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Name Children After Years of Their Birth [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Name Children After Years of Their Birth Kinston , N . C . —The Joneses will have no trouble forgetting their ages . The first grandchild of William Jones and his wife , negroes , has appeared at the residence of s 1007 July Jones near here . Children in the family have been named for the-year of their birth . The new addition will be christened either 1020 July Jones or July 1920 Jones , the parents said ; Nineteen Hundred Jones is now a resident of Baltimore , while the whereabouts of 190 S November Jones is not clenr .
More Hospitals Urged for Disabled Veterans [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
More Hospitals Urged for Disabled Veterans St . Paul , Minn . —Additional hospital facilities for disabled veterans throughout the United States were demanded in a resolution adopted by the Veterans of Foreign Wars at their thirtieth annual encampment here . Adopting the report of its committee on legislation , the veterans also went on record as favoring increases in pay for all of the military forces of the nation , liberalization of rules relating to hospitalization of veterans , and the Brookhart bill providing for immediate payment of adjusted compensation allowed by the government . The organization also recorded itself as opposed to the placing of any time limit for filing of claims for disability . Another resolution was adopted urging that veterans employed by the government in civil service be entitled to retirement after 25 years of service and also be given credit for military service in their status . Approving the report of the committee on pensions and soldiers homos ...
Lindberghs in Flight Over Wilds of Amazon [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Lindberghs in Flight Over Wilds of Amazon Washington . —Twelve hundred miles of unmapped jungle , the valley of the mysterious Amazon , must be flown in one hop by Col . and Mrs . Lindbergh next month on their aerial tour of South America . Colonel Lindbergh will inaugurate the United States air mail service from Miami to Paramaribo , Dutch Guinnni arriving in South America September 23 . The Lindberghs are expected to fly from Paramaribo directly south to Santos , Brazil . It is a route which has never been surveyed and will take j them over country never seen by white men . Upon Colonel Lindbergh s report will depend to a large extent the mail route chosen through Brazil . Make Bank of England Impregnable London . —Remodeling of the Bank of England building at a cost said to be . ? 25 , 000 , 000 will make the place bomb proof and impregnable , while the money vaults will have walls of concrete 7 feet thick . Sleeping Sickness Kills Many Tokyo . —Widespread sleeping sickness with ...
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^ SflilSfflffla tfPJlMlnl ^ iH ^¦^ 58 Hiram . LWpuamaonA JOM rnj &amp; m . w »* n 8 &amp; rn » cuaa * £ 3 } Organization of the new Illinois uniform conservation , forestry , fish and game laws commission was announced following the meeting of tlie new commission in Springfield . The officers elected are : Senator Earl B . Searcy , Springfield , chairman ; Representative Henry Allen , Lyndon , vjce chairman , . and Chas . F . Mansfield ,. Jr ., Springfield , secretary . Other members of the commission are : Senator . Edward J . Hughes , Chicago ; Senator William S . Jewell , Lewlstown ; Senator Arthur A .-Miles , Rosiclare ; Senator Ray Paddock , Wauconda ; Representative Reed F . Cutler , Lewistown ; Representative Matt Franz , Chicago ; Representative Martin B . L ohmann , Pekln , and Representative Edward P . Petri , Belleville . Gov . Louis L . Enimerson pledged his support for the completion of the Illinois waterway project after a two-day Inspection tour with U...
Governor Christianson in Welcome to Veterans [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Governor Christianson in Welcome to Veterans • Kansas , City , Kan , —In a communication addressed to national headquarters of the Veterans ; of Foreign Wars of the United States , Governor Theodore Christianson : of Minnesota conveys Ills message of welcome to the delegates slated to attend the thirtieth national encampment to be held at St . Paul , August 25-31 . Minnesota Is looking forward to the convention of the , Veterans of Foreign Wars to be held in St . Paul , declares Governor Christianson . We wish for you a most pleasant visit to the North Star state , and trust that following the deliberations of your convention sessions , you will have time to get better acquainted with our people and our scenic attractions . The welcome which Minnesota extends to you come not only from your . comrades , continues Governor- Christianson , but from the state officially , as well as the general public , all of whom hold your organization in high regard . We honor you not only for your s...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW J . P . HAYDEN , Editor Published in the Interest of the . fthwr , Third Avenue and ChicagoStreet , Joltot , Illinois Telephone 4 » T 8 AU unsolicited articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Fanner * Weekly Review are . sent at the owner s risk and the pnbushera expressly repudiate any liability or responsibilitylor their safe custody or return . Advertising will be run until ordered oat . Buterrd as . second class mall matter at the post office at ioOet , VL , under Act of Congress , March 8 , 1878 . •
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Henley s Book Shop 408 Clinton St Joliet National Bank Bldg Since 189 we have furnished Co the children of Joliet and Will County their School Books and Supplies We are again prepared * to supply all your school needs this year . . 1 Joliet (- Musical College ALBERT P . HERATH , Director . Joliet s Recognized School of Music Opens September 1 as an Accredited Institution . MUSIC , DANCING AND DRAMATIC ART Auditorium Building Phone 5058
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Florence Kin &amp; Clomp tome ter School •• Individual Attention Day and Evening Classes EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO FELT AND TARENT COURSE PUBLIC WORK BY ARRANGEMENT . For Information Call 169 7-J- Agnes Nicholson , Principal Ave . Joliet 411 S . Raynor t , -l , A &gt; i j / t „ . . , ^ ,.., _ . . , , -r ,., . - ¦ n-l 1 IJi , « . -y i ¦ . , ,--- -- i 1 Joliet Conservatory of Music BRAUN-KIEP BUILDING 1906 to 1929—OPEN FOR 24 YEARS WE OFFER A GRADED COURSE IN MUSIC Pupils Receive a Certificate of Promotion Each June A FACULTY OF 25 TEACHERS AN ENROLL MENT OF 600 STUDENTS COURSES LEADING TO GRADUATION AND DEGREE J. WALLACE SPEARS Sdk ®® 110 ) af Specials the WMte Store JOLIET S BRIGHTEST SPOT 401-4 (07 Cass Street BOYS SCHOOL SUITS $ 3 . 98 and Up BOYSAND GIRLS SCHOOL SHOES « TENNIS SHOES—Small TENNIS SHOES—Large w BOYS BLOUSES 39 c and 79 c GIRLS SCHOOL DRESSES 49 c and 79 c SALE OF JOLIET DRY GOODS STOCK CONTINUED I SAVE MONEY NOW ! $ 1 . 98 59 c ^ Sizes :- 65 c ¦ ¦«? ¦ : .<...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Genuine Business Training In a typical business atmosphere by Teal business men and women . Such an environment and such supervision are naturally conductive to a superior kind of education , and inevitably result in success . More than 125 , 000 graduates are ready to testify to the merits of our course . Fall Term Opens Sept . 3 . Students May Enter Any Monday . - But make your arrangements at once . Send for a catalogue today so that you may pick out the course you want . JK » f ivrwtirkWfce ^ sf irnr M mr ^ ETROPmiTAN 311 Van Burcn St ., Between Chicago and Otawa Sts . Phone 623 J . H . JENNINGS , Principal . Joliet , IU . School Books and Supplies Our extensive line of this merchandise enables you to supply . all your wants in one place instead of buying from several different houses : — -it means a saving to you in both time and money . For many years the name of the Book Shop has been locally recognized as the leading house of its kind in Joliet . Below we list a few items wh...
AGREE ON WAR DEBT ; YOUNG SCHEME SAVED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
AGREE ON WAR DEBT ; YOUNG SCHEME SAVED Calls for Evacuation of the Rhine by June 30 . I The Hague . —The International conference for the liquidation of outstanding war problems successfully ended here . The powers , agreed on the costs of the armies of occupation from September 1 , when the Young plan became operative , until June 30 , 1930 , when the last of v the foreign troops ¦ will evacuate German soil . Under . the agreement the . German government will pay first $ 11 , 062 , 000 toward the maintenance of French , British and Belgian garrisons r totaling 56 , 000 men now holding the Coblenz and Mayence . bridgeheads and adjacent . areas . The British force on the Rhine numbers only 6 , 250 . This places a premium on the allies liberating the Rhine by Christmas , as thereafter , .. or whenever Germany s donation of $ 11 , 662 , 000 Is . expended , the French , British and Belgians must pay for their own troop maintenance pro rata . We bought back our Rhineland provinces for $ ...
Derby Aviator , Bride and Mechanic Killed [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
Derby Aviator , Bride and Mechanic Killed Boston . —The first leg of the Phila-delphia-Pj ^ nnd air derby ended tragically wlita the Cessna monoplane , piloted by E . J . Red Devereaux , fell with him , his bride of three months and his mechanic , to a mud flat off the Boston airport . . Corriden Acting Hooiier Pilot Indianapolis . —Coach Johnny Corriden will act as manager of the In- . dlanapolis American Association team daring the suspension of Manager Albert Betzel , who , with Pitcher BuriweU , was suspended for protesting an ; , umpire s decision . ¦ i Bernttorff to L . of N . --- - ¦ : ¦ Berlin , Germany . —Count von Bernstorff has been appointed chief of the German delegation to the forthcoming League of Nations council session at Geneva .
| ILLINOIS ] BREVITIES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
| ILLINOIS ] BREVITIES George W . Holmes , sixty-five , farmer , was struck and killed by a train , as he was walking along the track inspecting a cornfield near Danville . Mrs . B . F . Eaton , fifty-two , collapsed and fell dead while sitting in a rocking chair in the yard at the farm of her daughter , near Carbondale . Heart disease caused death . George W . Park , of Murphysboro , has been named chief deputy United States marshal for the eastern district of Illinois by Marshal Arthur L . Clark . He will have his headquarters in Danville . Mrs . Dan W . Cutter , of Lincoln , six-ty-two , was killed when a Chicago &amp; Alton railroad : passenger train struck the car in which she and her husband were riding . Mr . Cutter escaped with Blight injuries . Mr . and . Mrs . Andrew Oyler , Christian countys residents for half a century , celebrated their golden wedding anniversary at their home in Sharpsburg . Their six children , fifteen grandchildren and one great-grandchild we...
NEW COMMANDER ON ZEP FOR HOME TRIP [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 4 September 1929
NEW COMMANDER ON ZEP FOR HOME TRIP Round-the-World Jaunt Is Completed at Lakehurst . Lakehurst , N . VJ . —Having completed Its flight around the world and established remarkable new records , the Graf Zeppelin is en route to Germany . Commander Hugo Eckcner is -not aboard the giant air liner . He relinquished command for ; the return trip to Capt . Ernst Lehmann . Commander Eckener is spending n . few days in the United States oti business matters . He made a visit to Washington , where he was received by President Herbert Hoover ; also , a visit is planned to Akron , Ohio , where a huge craft , said to be larger than the Zeppelin is being constructed for the United States government . Upon . the arrival of the Zeppelin here Commander Eckener was presented with a message of congratula tion from President Hoover , which read : On my own behalf as well as my fellow countrymen It gives me great satisfaction to welcome you and the members of your party upon the completion of your memor...