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   Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - January 9, 1939, Hutchinson, Kansas                                THE ODDS ARE WITH YOU It takes only one of the families who dally read the Herald or to Rive you results with your Phone THE HUTCHINSON NEWS LXVII JANUARY World Given New Formula For Conduct Hull Confident Lima Conference Will Bear Friut New York Hull offered the world today the prin ciples adopted by the eighth Pan American conference as a charter for international The secretary of state and chief United States delegate to the re cent conference at said such a charter would be based on justice and Indispensable foundation of peace ful and friendly relations among nations of the Accomplishments Suntanned and evidently rested as the Santa Maria ap proached her New York ending his sixandahalf weeks journey to South Hull added 1 return from the conference with the conviction that its re sults will have real and permanent value and as time goes the farreaching effects of piin ciples there enunciated will be come more apparent and more Flanked by other members of the American the whitehaired secretary of state characterized the Lima meeting as an example for the conduct of international relations by friendly discussion rather than by force or He called attention to the im portance of a resolution adopted at Lima for reduction of trade barriers at home at a moment when economic chaos is existing in considerable parts of the The declaration of continental solidarity for Hull represents great progress beyond agreements adopted at former interAmerican Must Curb Lawless the confer was the re alization by the delegations that international lawlessness apd in ternational anarchy exist In many areas of the and that the situation can be1 cured and that rights of nations and then peoples can be protected only by accept ance of a system law and order based ultimately on international justice and good The United he neither desired nor sought mili tary alliances at the Lima confer American republics made it clear that they werej ready to cooperate with all na tions of the he County Officers At Their Inauguration Today Photographed against the cavernous depths of the district court room as they took the oath of noon today arc Reno countys newly elected In the back row are Hitch county commissioner Arthur county attorney Harry clerk of the district court A B probate judge and Ed r oappointed Front row county clerk Guy sheriff George register of and District Judge Somers administered the Staff Outstanding at he See Hope of Labor Peace NLHB Board Files Annual Report Washington national labor relations board Informed congress today there were signs the CIO and AFL may patch their differences this The board in its annual report did not divulge the nature ot the but officials indicated pri vately their prediction was based in part on conversations with the rank and file of both organiza The which reported that it disposed of labor cases in fiscal involving workers said the necessity ol mediation of AFL and CIO dis putes had been a distasteful task and had absorbed a dispropor tionate part of the boards time and The AFL which the principles of the act which estab lished the has objected strenuously to its administration and complained the board was biased in favor of the the AFL the board has assumed mediation and con ciliation powers not intended in the In this the board claimed it had averted many During the report said Enough Rain Falls to Aid Wheat Crop Prolonged Drought Ended Here Winds Cause Damage Dented by general rains last night was the twomonths old drought which had threatened Kansas with a dusty spring and a vanished wheat Springlike showers brought Hutchinson inch of and to the west precipitation was Last nights was the first real rain here since inches tell in a frenk downpour Since that time Hutchinson has had but West Gets More From a half inch to more than an inch of water doused western Kansas the precipitation extend ed into Texas and Garden City reported Dodge City Goodland nnd Hays Great Bend recorded the since The Rock Island said about a half inch fell from Hutchinson to an inch from Pratt to Lib eral and an inch and a halt from there to with good rains at Guymon and j This rain was greatly for the wheat declared Page Column Please Miss Stinson To Recover Comfortable Night For Wounded Woman Topeka Rena personal stenographer to Walter was reported in farily good cpndition today at the hospital where she was taken Cant Win Anyway anti gambling law and a federal court order disposed of the pinball machines in Svcn Lonbergs but facili ties still are available for such of his customers as are annoyed by the jangling ot surplus coin In their On the counter in the posi tion formerly occupied by the marble contraption Lonberg placed a beer mug bearing this inscription Drnp your nickles in this You will be as well off as No Planes or Bombs Can Be Sold to Japs Nations Bombing Civilians Are On Blacklist Washington The United States WHS disclosed today to have blacklisted Japan from further purchase of either airplanes or bombs in this country because of Japanese army bombings of civil ian populations in The which went into ef fect last July did not prevent Japan from buying nearly 000 worth of American aircraft earlier in T the board noted with satisfaction alcalibre single shot rifle was growing tendency of labor to charged accidentally when use the Wagner act instead of strike to industrial One of Two Topeka Bandits Is Shot Topeka police bullet in his one ot two men wno robbed the downtown Home drug store last night was reported in critical condition today at a hos pital The who gave his name as Horace Karl Kansas told police he recently was released from the Missouri penitentiary at Jefferson He was shot in An ac complice escaped with loot esti mated by police at Miss Rena Simpson after being wounded by gunshot A hospital attache said she was believed to be and that she rested comfortably last night Miss Stinson told friends a dis she was packing prepartory to re turning to her home in Welling Weather Intercepted Letters DAVIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CITY Dear Harry That chicken plan the Chamber is working on sounds HUTCH fair to night and Tuesday colder to night and in extreme east on whose armed s arwmi ns arelncluVtod S bomb civilians are included n the but thus far Japan and Spain nre theonly countries found engaged in such Spain s prevented from purchasing any munitions in this country by a special embargo act passed in This Information was contained n the annual report of the nation al munitions control board sub mitted to the senate Scc Hull is chairman of the on which also sit the sec retaries the navy ind One Firm Balked After his condemnation of gov ernments whose bomb civ ilian Hull last year asked all American manufacturers and exporters of airplanes to co operate in preventing American aircraft or aerial munitions from being sold to those The board reported all manu facturers with only ono outstand ing exception had conformed to this policy and that the flow of planes and munitions to such had virtually The lone exception was not Sales Doubled The report disclosed that the sale of American munitions abroad more than doubled in amounting to as compared with in Military or commercial aircraft Party Gunman Faces Charge For Killing Wild Shot Causes Death of Woman At Barn Dance Yates Center wild re volver shot which turned a gay barn dance into tragedy resulted today in the arrest Clyde Gaut Ncosho The fired outside the barn as the orchestra played Home Sweet struck Clovis in the back and she died a few minutes later in the arms her grief stricken Sheriff Charles OBrien of Woodson county said Guatney ad mitted firing three shots from a revolver as he left the dance early Sunday morning but that he hac meantlo shoot over the The sheriff said Gautney told hirr he stood on the running board o an automobile being driven away form the and fired jus for County Attorney White said the shooting was a tna stunt and that he probably woulc file a fourth degree manslaughlei charge in the Lathrom was seated b her to whom she was married 18 months when shot They just had finshed a dance She also is survived by a KeV lis by previous weekold represented more than half the Tho leading countries purchas ing armament and munitions in Ihe United Stales last year with of their purchases the amount follow Great Britain Ne therlands Indies Ja pan China Argentina France and Canada Would Risk Her Neck Scnoritn Asks to Break Through Flight Hermilinda from Equa spared no effort today to reak through rules and ions for authority to join 38 othei Jiers in an air cruise over 12 miles of open water to The flight will take place to morrow by invitation of the Cu ban It follows thi AilAmerican air maneuver vhich closed yesterday in Miami and which for the first time in 1 years drew such crowds tha profit was More than light airplanes came here t Miss Briones laced stern retus als as she sought the right to pilo her singleengined opencockpit plane across th sharkinfested Florida straits V Her craft has a cruisin range of only 250 and th require a 300mile She sent telegrams to ambassa dors and consuls and telephon calls to most everyone else fo special John suntanne pilot from took th orincipal event of the closing da of the air maneuvers by speedin around a 30mile course in 1 minutes to win and the Cui tis Navy Planes Defer Flight to Cuha San wall of mountain storms turned 18 navy amphibian back to their North Island base today less than two hours after they took off for to participate with the fleet in the 1939 war games the Caribbean Flying in the ships encountered thunderstorms ovei the mountains east ot here and returned to their base to awat more favorable Shifting to the northwest this the wind blew damp and chill as clouds gathered over Signs pointed to more rain or possibly although federal predicted only cold The temperature climbed from an eraly minimum of 41 to 50 de grees this afternoon and then be gan to slip as the sun Blowing from the balmy breezes brought inch of needed moisture last The sun shone this Sundays extremes were 60 and 43 Temperatures By Observer Minimum A year ago Candy Bar South bandit walked into Reuben Beyers paid five cents for a candy bar and de manded all the money in the cash Boyev gave it to It was the five ExllIC Manager Dies Kansas City A for many years man ager of the branch o the International Harvester died in a hospital here late las night of injuries suffered in aj automobile accident near Ovcrlant Morrisoi had lived at sinci retiring from business five year nauguration f New County amily Brief Only One Democrat Among Those Taking Oath At Noon To Face Ratner Says In First Speech Takes Oath As Governor of Kansas Seven Republicans and a lone ome victors in last Novembers battle of ballots tor leno county elective held p their right hands before Dis ict Judge Somers at 12 clock in the district courtroom odny and swore to defend the ational and stale constitutions nd to discharge faithfully their That brief before a mall crowd of admiring rela newly appointed deputies nd and in URurated new terms of office for nree Republicans who were re beginning of service for our others from the fold nd start of a second term for the one letz Reappolnted Also in the group was Ed Metz eappointed county auditor by udge Somers for another two fcar Next month will mark us 10th year at the nonpolitical The new Republicans who took iver today replacing E as county com missioner from the Hutchinson Guy deputy sher ff for 10 years who takes the ilacc of George Republic who had served the maximum f two Arthur stepping into he county prosecutors office acated by Wesley Brown who was not a candi date for a third Harry replacing Walter as clerk of district Valtcrs Only Democrat The Democrat in the group iworn in today was George Wal who was beginning his sec ond term as register of The only other victorious Dem ocrat in the November fracas was tVill county superin who will start his secont erm after the close of the pres ent school Republicans starting new term each of whim already ha served two or more wen clerk A probate and Dr One more newly elected Repub will no ake office until next He de eated Democrat in a neckandneck Board Is Democratic Although Walters was the only elective Democrat sworn in ie and Superintendent Billingsley will not be too lonesome during he next two Charles lornbaker and Fred both have two more years their fouryear terms as county commissioner yet to The swearing in of new officers brought a considerable additional Fane Ratner Hutchinson Represented Inauguration Special Carries No Pullmans To However Not as economic royalists in Labor Unity Mooney Goal Martyr Has Big Plans Including Liberation Of Fellow Bomber San Francisco Realism to Be Keynote Of Governor liuxman Bows Out Of Picture With Promise Kept Topeka the reins of Kansas government today Re publican Governor Payne FUU ner set his administration upon a course of The dynamic Parstms whose youthful appearance belies his 12 told the inauguration ceremony crowd of more than persons who packed the high school solution of the serious and unprecedented diffi culties confronting the American people lies neither in liberalism nor as but in As 1 propose always ID be a lie 1 in tend always to frankly face the To be a realist is to hold fast to true No Wishful Thinking It we are to conquer these we must accept them for what they really and nut for what we might wish or imag ine them to Still ailing from a throat infec which sent him to a hos pital two weeks unable to speak above a Ratner spoke slower than His words seemed but he completed the address His voice was harsh and Ratner wore a dark blue busi ness suit for his inaugural while the retiring Walter Huxman wore formal morning liuxman Back Home The retiring Governor and Huxman lott shortly after the ceremony for whore Huxman will resume the practice plush upholstered pullmans but year old Tom a free man as prairie people viding in plain in his home town after 22 years in 169 day sleepy eyed stalwart if Republicans left Would Outlaw The Bar Association For Labor Act Amendment Chicago of the national labor relations act and legislation which would outlaw sitdown strikes were recommend ed in a report by a committee of the American Bar association sub mitted today to the organizations house of delegates at its annual midwinter Ttje which indorses col lective bargaining and the use of labor tribunals to settle labor dis terms a labor relations act onesided and contrary to the American ol fair play and proper structure if it outlaws un fair practices of employers but not of employes and if it is a tri bunal solely for employe organ izations and not for The announced by Wil liam Ransom of New chairman the committee on employment and social se recommended the associa tion urge amending the labor act to define and forbid as illegal certain specific and clearly defin ed practices by labor organizations and groups of including both practices directed against employers and against free choice by individual Page Column Please Foodstuffs to Be Delivered Governor Gets Action In Boston TieUp Boston it is my duty to see to it that the people of the state are fed and those in hos pitals taken caie Governor Leverett Saltonstall today pro cured an agreement from truck operators and strikers representa tives to start immediate movement of perishable goods tied up since the strike of more than driv ers began last The governor acted while per ishable goods piled high at Boston In a statement issued shortly after he had cailed in representa tives of the the employers and Boston and state the chief executive said I stated that I understood that the local union was to have an ar bitration union vote tomorrow I said they should go ahead and that we would be guid ed It is my duty to see to it that the people of the state are fed and that people in hospitals are taken care and that perishable goods shall not be He said representatives of the employers and the truckers union had agreed to confer to work oul ways lor starting the movement ol perishable goods Hutchinson on a Smita Fespecial train at 6 oclock this They were bound for the capital where this noon they witnessed Payne Ratner take oath as gov Political confabs will occupy most of the afternoon and the delegation expects to go down the line enmasse at the statehouse reception Leaving Topeka shortly after the special train is ex pected to arrive in Hutchinson by 3 or 4 oclock Tuesday Already home by that time will be former Governor Walter Huxman who is slated to drive here immediately after the cere Ray Hockaday is to help Huxman tote back some of his lousehold A police headed by Chief Louis rode the pecial train and will assist in landling Topeka traffic De ective Alvin secretary cers Topeka as a lobbyist for his or ganization All National Guard officers arc n Topeka for the inaugural and o attend a military training Refreshments on the trip were jrovided from a concession stand n the baggage Burke First To Quit Post Resignation Handed To Katner Topeka of vice chairman of the state board of is ihe first Democrat to tender his resignation to Payne Rat Iups Abandoned At Grocery Parking Lot In the olden days unwantee children were abandoned on the manor by the convent door or the town Today its the grocery parking Dillon and Sons employes found the mewling twins Satur day afternoon in the middle of the lot south of the store at 200 South The Shepherd pups attracted no1 only sympathy but food and traffii was virtually disrupted until a small boy volunteered to give the dogs a The owner knew what he wai doing when he left the pups there of The new today to spend the rest of his lite in a campaign for unity and a driye to orgari ize every woman and child who works for a There is only one thing in this country that stands between the people and said That is a aggressive la bor Crowds that labor leaders esti mated at more than cheered Mooney when he reached San Francisco yesterday from where he was given an unconditional pardon Saturday by Culbert newly seated liberal Governor Collapses The suffering from nervous was sent to a hospital after pardoning His physicians said today he was recovering flanked by labor lead ers of the the CIO and the railroad spoke yes terday to massed thousands in the governor rode with in a inaugural Huxman in an open preceding the Bands in varlcolored uniforms added a jubiiestu atmos phere to thelong The through the busi ness section thronged with spec paced by McLean and Jack Jenkins of the state highway At tending the governors was Page Column Please of the State Peace OffiSan Francisco Civic He told will remain in in detail the story of his fight for Friend Denied Appointments Given No A ore Power Than Predecessor Topeka slate senators agreed in caucus here early today to leave Senator Claude Bradncy RColumbus in command of committee assign ments and other procedure as in the 1U37 legislative session when the body was presided over by a Democratic lieutenant The agreement leaves the Re publican lieutenant Carl Friend of shorn of vir tually all the powers customarily held as president of the The majority of the Republican freedom after being convicted wjth Warren Billings of par ticipating in the bombing of a 1910 San Francisco preparedness Day parade in which 10 persons were killed and 40 Mooney said he and Billings were framed because they were labor Seeks Billings Pardon Acampaign to obtain a pardon for Billings was announced by membership explained their clccis who visited Billings at was not intended as an affront Folsom prison Billings is ineligible to lor a pardon from the governor without the concurrence of the California su premecourt because he had a prior conviction betpre he was ac cused of the who much time reading and studying while he was n alluded several times to which he deprecated with Life in San Quentin today is actually more comfortable than the average man has in Germany and he Burke Burke placed a letter on the governors desk this morning to be among the first things to come to the new Republican chief ex ecutives attention upon his re turn to the capitol building from the inaugural ceremonies at He asked that the resignation be come effective or such to Lieutenant Governor pointing out that the custom is to continue for 1he fouryear tenure of the senators the rules adopted at the first organization of the The caucus also nominated the same slate of officers employed in the 1937 Noted Suffragist Sees Gloomy Future New York her 80th Carrie Chap man militant pioneer suffra gist and soldier of looked at the future today indulged in a bit of unchactcristic The world outlook is she I have never been any thing but an optimist and I hate1 to confess gloom now that 1 ami the truth is I feel down cast about affairs in Europe and I believe the peace movement is further from success than the suffrage movement when t entered And it probably will I be accompanied by more excite Burns Fatal To Infant Kansas City twomonthold son of and Thurman of died yesterday ot burns suffered in a fire which de stroyed the McDowell The father said the fire started when he threw kerosene into a McDowell and another child earlier date as may be convenient McDowell dashed into the What Is fmir News Q By The AP Fealurc Strvici Euclt counts 0 each part ol a mopart A score of 60 is Identity this The potofnce depart ment made money durinj True or false How old U the youngest member of concress The old est What two railroads are causing serious diplomatic dis putes What new post has former Frank Murphy igan toGovernor Illames lor the on t   

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