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U.S. Destroyer Watches End of Nazi Tanker

By United Press

WASHINGTON--Long-delayed isolationist attacks on President Roosevelt's foreign policy may begin tomorrow when the Military Expansion Bill, increasing Army Air Corps strength to 6000 planes reaches the Senate floor for debate.

Senate Majority Leader Alben W. Barkley, D., Ky., said tonight that he expects to bring the measure to a vote within two or three days, depending upon the length of isolationist "oratory," but other estimates were that the debate might last the entire week if not longer.

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