HUSBANDRY: Barnes v. Legge

Bad blood was let last week by the Senate Lobby Committee when, with many a painful poke and jab, it lanced the blister of feeling between the Federal Farm Board and private grain commission men (TIME, Dec. 23). The two-and-a-half hour operation without anesthetic was performed upon Julius Rowland Barnes, chairman of the board of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, head of a three-million-dollar grain export house (Barnes Ames Co.) and chief of President Hoover's Business Committee. Patient Barnes, restless in the witness chair, steadied his nerves by chewing on a...

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