Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times, August 20, 1932

Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times

August 20, 1932

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Issue date: Saturday, August 20, 1932

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Twin Falls Idaho Evening Times (Newspaper) - August 20, 1932, Twin Falls, Idaho iToaay31 News TODAY Weather Generally fair normal temper and minimum temperatures Friday were 93 and 49 Last nights mini mum was 48 A Regional Newspaper Serving Six Irrigated Counties in Idaho YXT TOR Full 8 Hour Leased Wire graphic Service of the United Press TWIN AUGUST 1932 ilomtier o Audit Bureau of Ciroiilntioii H OFFICIAL COUNTY NEWSPAPER IFENSE 10 BOLSTER City Executive Summons Eight Prominent Republicans To Give Testimony CONSTITUTION IN SUPREME COURT Accused Official Loses First Major Encounter at 0 Albany Hearing James Walkers defense sought tobolster it case today with the hearing on ouster charges ad journed until Monday after Tranldln rftoosevelf refused tw dismiss on which the proceedings are iLegal maneuvering to hall the left two test cases sched uled tu heard by Supreme Court Justice Ellis Staley Action to halt hearing brought John Walkers nt was argued in part yes The other brought by Sidney New York law to test the constitutionality giving the chief execu tive removal was argued with decision held in Loses Battle Yesterdays hearing saw the mayor losing his first major en counter when Hposevelt declined to grant Ourtlns plea that its bnse less be Samuel Sealmrjvwlio draftedthe 15 conclusions against answered Curtin with argu oratory was not proof and that it would be time enough to sum up the evidence when it all had been The offer of he summoned when the hearing is fiumed The list udes men state Case Finance Unit Forms Livestock Crop Loan Credit Corporations Report of Car Loadings Aids Market Shares Close At Higher Levels 1 XKVV Jy n I rise erf Vising cars in the weelily car loadings the sioch mar ket rallied today nIler early Ir regularity and closed Trading was The increase in oar loadings Iwd been but iin size was considered highly eneouragi Further increases WPIP looked fnr in coming The entire railroad moved the report was iiuule Com Insert on Taro Five Games Establish Offices In 8 of 12 Reserve Bank Districts AID FARMERS UP Reconstruction cor poration today t u r n e d jsoine of its vast resources to the assistance of farm organizing a nation wide network of agricul tural credit corporations to make livestock and I crop production Creriiis to lie made aviiilahl Illroiiffh these organizations are expected to enable ninny hardI pressed in hnlrl sime their crops off Ilie market until prices reach a moiv pnitinihle lev Roosevelt Scores Hoover Administration Outlines Leadership Six Companies Making Huge Profits Feeding Oddie Charges Tells Economic Remedies SECRETARY WILBUR RECEIVES REQUEST Workers Earn Only Enough For Food and Solon Claims UT Senillnr Tusker Ifc promised today Owl he would place sensa tional oliiinres before the IT riyiiliiui HIM recliimiitfmi inIItec when il meets here mi Betty shown was mentioned in connec tion with financial activities of Majjor James during of the onstercase being conducted Franklin The hearing will I Worlfj irs it liouldvr dam are receiving onh tlioit aml shelter while Hix com i n tors for the have1 The system nl present will lie nnuli huge profits in feeding ind limited to eight enrporaiions in housinu I lie Senator Tuskeii eight of the twelve federal reserve I hnrgcd j linnk Two and perhaps morn additional may he established Kach of the eight will have an inilinl capital of Detroit Boston Louis 100 000 3 1 100 ooo ooo D i in iu w I he S i n 11 x Kori and Senator Odilie wired Secretary of1 Interim liny hynian that an investigation of working condi tionii Hie iliini would he made by n Senate irrigation commif Ice unless ilu seirelary made an atrTmp to remedv the asserted 000 000 000II 020 12 200 010 I tSejcond game j Plicago Phiea Philadelphia ISP deli 122 lino Cleveland K 020 000 9 1 010 001 13 1 Salt Lake olfitcs will he eslaTilisli ed in each district through which loan applications xVlll bereferred lo the main and ID hoard the Heconstruclion cor poration in Idaho isin district the He construction corporation announc off lice is at Spo hranch offices at and Hel Ove But Farmers j Cleveland ft j Washinsti Refuse ashington To Accept Agreement IIP an addi Unioh Miners Plan Carry Campaign Into Other Sections Sioux PlUsburgli will pay anaddi SeconI tional a quartfor milk niter York Pittsburgh Differencesbetween producers j anddistributors which caused 10day strike luring which to citys milk supply was brought iby i train frolii were setJ oecond tied today by lenders of the UEAGUE York 2 10 0 012 ooo a fi o 1 1 DP nighspirited over their success in f halting coal mine operations an army of uttioij pickets today diftwvssedfei in other parts of the Illinois coal The picketing tarmy Was to retuin home today mo lesiatlon by Chiifetlott bounty auth orities who warrants T lor arrest of leaders of invading foi ces r The wan obtained by the Peabody Coal In whose shafts digging was charged incit ing a riot The coal operators said they were prepared to nsK for a sit i G ooo o fiamei I 2 o through president the Milk Pro1 R ducers association and Conj Philadelphia 2 to accept a 1 price of per hundred iMilk retail consumers I FcfnKliaK Hintcents a They have beenW0men Car Loadings of Freight Increase UP load Ings of revenuefreight for the week ending August 19 totalled an inCrease of cars above the previous the American Railway association an nounced 1ny In Scrip churges cenlered met ni Inying the and milt cariicfl out hy I he con He told Wilbur that I lie con tractors received payment for work in while paying their tnen in The Workers quently are forced to patronize company and can convert the scrip into cash only by ac cepting heavy the Sen ator Senator Oddie did not criticize thewipeding and housing facilities Continued on Page Three I the Democratic tnndiird toihn the Itrpiililienn pliiyed the giiine of the Itlaining he lloiurr administration hir mis leading IJie the in his speech at listed ihi1 eriinnniic reiniMlies lii lie presented IM lliiiiifcriltlt pajwg Jeen receive ctfuts a will generaj holiday liig a new scale Which replaced the Jforjner figure are believed pftpdring to move to Bcntom In an etfoit to cease operations of tile Orient largest in THIEVES TIE DOHttf VAtVES IDAHO UP Thieves who stole a few gallons of gaholine Cioin the Community DH evidently not satis fied with their and tied down the officials allowing t Bank Aids Utahns iSBpot of ITtali Hes tf tnew Jiiome loan Senator siflopt jiert lra no the two JAW and Utah dorsed ibursing olftcer board of the Merchant ITofiT V ftead of cl of tice r yjstti i Jijad dis ofl Page Three Record Continue Endurance Flight VALLEJY weary I pilot airplane I over a on Long i Island with idea ofwhen j they planned to Louise McPhetrldge Thaden and Frances Harrel Maisalis a new endurance flight women jai6 dayr apd hy setting a iclaim they can Teiiiftin they may come flown the jCfli3nrl8lit jMpth plane Lone Policeman On Lookout for Nudists Parade LOS lone policeman today bad broth er officers joshinsly referred to as the choicest assignment of the He was ordered to sit in the shadows near the summit of Eagle Rock and watch for what Captain HiRhlaud Park police thinks may the first nudist colony in Los Residents declare that every morningbetween 5 and u score of nien and women are led over the hillsby a young miracle all of Ihem clad in very nearly Per Cent UP Govoninunt agencies reported today that the upward trend in commodity held hy many to he an indicator of economic is continuting at a gradual During the week ended 11 the general aver age of commodities ed 85 Planes Scheduled to Begin Flight to Cleveland Sunday Afternoon Ry United Press i Fifty airplanes at and 35 others at Mined todev for Hietakft 1 off tomorrow afternoon in Cord Icup air derby scheduled irt end at Clove Angiiat 21as a feature of the opening day of the national air The two divisions of the derby ytHH I fronl where they will continue the I flight Cleveland in mass I Approximately 2500 miles will be covered Ivy the derby entrants over a route that includes 22 IOI iiireii I i a new high level upward movement which began late in Commerce department data from private statis ticans shows that commodities h a v e i n an average of since May The have been spread widely through the affeciius especially textile and leather The price increases in some instances have been Prices 25 cprtimnrVities bavemodify groups risen from 10 toftSper cent since ConiliKidit hides anrl BuildiiiR Materials sfiecl all farm have Paint Materials Nonferrous metals Economic Program of Party Presented By Nominee LISTS REMEDIED IKKIIKKKK STORM Iress SI HIi orrespfindent UP Frankl Roosevelt today charged that Herbert Hoover and the Republican n a r t while possessed of ac curate play ed the game ot the s t r e c t then Avhin tlie crash de m isle d the jpeople of the United I us the i iinilidiite fin tli1 t h r next administration will neither hy word nor deed seek to inihicnci i he price of stocks and but would exercise the i Imrsesensi thai ueerled no Jegis in nistnre t he Of pedpb in the honesty of their i nddriMH wix the New Yorfe j inp speech of President I The iiddrcss formally opened the I presidential candidates speakliiK It was iMiied to fiive the in part i ii the economic remedies to i be by the Democratic IMuris Hlaiiie Kor i spoke f stale convention at He miricefl in laying1 blame for lajse of the nations structure sciuarely mi doivr steps of he White The New York recall inK he had outlined campaign issues in his acceptance siiid that in the order of logic tSiis present speech should be devoted to the speech ident To do si severe cism is he said Irsris thin Destructive i 9 criticism is never own to lirst clear the find out why the leadership ao determine the the old structure Hepurt Increased Depjirl miill of labor statistics u pain cil sixtenths of one per cent ill the iiveraKe price of 7S ics or the week end ed Tlie were jllaje ly in cotton und We niusttake Jjj i MO iicctjsHfivy Increased is in ihe tea build we imiBt federal in agencies shows the gams i jnR s indexes of leading comi had wise and only In 18 criticism directed at i 47 Textiles Che inn ils Gti 81 G Percentage increase iu prices of commodities during week ended Presb beef eggs cheese ciilined tomatoes raw sugar coffee 22 cottiuseed oil cotlou sheetings broad i cloths lit henj steer hliles tin 2 s Mhei Restored tions and the tivo authority lp 1 ilsked the WeS andpro of people iwlicy of disastrous I assure you tha officials ill neither by to influence and access to vagt cerning the economic jyiuntri j jThe present admi too often fanne ReligiousOrganizations Hospitals Coming Government ase coining i of federal campaign to Forces of governmi several sections are which anidations raised t dollars Investigation of i lo mm ed earlier TMs BepuibHcan i by ;

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