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Missing Paris Flyers Located ; Set New Record [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Missing Paris Flyers Located ; Set New Record Paris . —The air ministry claims a new world s record for airplane distance lliglit in a straight line for Capt . Dieudonne Coste and -Maurice Bellonte . Advices received by the ministry and the foreign office said the aviators , who left Le Bourget air field early in the morning of . September 27 , landed in the vicinity of Tsitsiker , northwest of Harbin , Manchuria . Unoiiicial estimates of the distance covered by Coste ranged from 5 , 000 to 0 , 000 miles . The French aviators ; thus appeared to have set a record at least 1 , 000 mi s greater than that which the Italians , Arturo Ferrarin and Carlo Del Prete established in 192 S by a lliglit of -1 , 475 miles from a point near Koine to Natal , Brazil . Reappoints Alaskan Governor Washington . —President Hoover has nominated George A . Parks for re-ap-pointment as governor of Alaska . Great Britain-Russia Agree London . —An agreement has been readied between Great Britain and ltussia ...
Italian Invents New Hood for Sea Divers [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Italian Invents New Hood for Sea Divers Rome . -4 Endangered submarine crews will ; have one more chance of escaping n ! miserable end in case of accident since an Italian inventor , Commander Belloni , has devised a new subaqueous hood , recognized as cheaper and lighter than ordinary diving suits . The . diver s . head is covered by the hood which is fastened to the armpits , and the rest of the body Is unencumr -bev « d- ^ vitlK . a :-s &lt; naU &lt; ti * e--of--aiMinder liigh pressure suspended from the diver s waist . The bottom of the hood is provided with a valve for- the escape of vitiated air . . Commander Belloni himself has undergone an experience which has enabled him to remain under water for three minutes at a 330-foot depth . Two air tubes would double the time of resistance . Cost of the apparatus will not surpass twenty dollars r . nd It weighs only nine pounds , which is one-sixth of the German type of diving suit .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
HOTEL LOUIS JOLIET BARBERSHOP YOURE NEXT . . . . Any . time you step into the Hotel Louis Joliet Barber Shop , for with 5 chairs and attendants always ready lo serve you , there are no delays . Would you care to try the improved service in our shop ? If you do you will walk out a CONTENTED CUSTOMER . This shop is prompt in its service , polite , painstaking —¦;— It is eager and appreciative it wants you to come back again it holds its patronage therefore it seeks yours . Will you give it a chance to demonstrate ?
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
I FOR SALE H Accredited dairy cows , ready ; H to go into any herd without ¦ I testing , Heavy Springers , Hot- ¦ H steins , Guernseys , etc . H After looking them over ¦ I yon will be surprised to find H H our cattle priced- very reason- H H able . - - . : H H Nothing sold nnder quaran- H H tine . H TONY MESSMAN . .. Joliet , DL Phone Z 885-Y 4 mmmmBmanmmmmmmm SUPREME Fadiator Body Co . BODIES , FENDERS AND RADIATORS REP AIRES and REBUILT 614 Clinton St . Phone 2888 Res . Phone 5463-J m ii ¦ »¦ ¦¦ m n . - ¦ : HAVE PETE DO IT AI ITllSEAT COVERS flu I U PLATE GLASS TOP SERVICE COMPANY OESTREICH 634-36 Cass St Phone 243 | 1 || 1 m m m ml . . ini ? AI c ° c r * * • II / LnL B u RIAL WR VAULTS are properly con ¦ n * ti «*&lt;| % l af v : JrT *^ S 2 EiMi structed permanebe perfection , not tempor arfly , but forever . - W * YOUR UNDERTAKER IS OUR AGENT ANYTHING IN CONCRBTB IDEAL CONCRETE COMPANY , Inc . ROWELL AVENUE—Opposite Michigan Beach GILBERT COOPER , Mcr . JOHN O . SENOBNB...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
SEETHE NEW FRESHMAN MASTERPIECE RADIO , SIX TUBES One Dial Table Model As Low as $ 49 . 50 IHS 9 fl 9 fe HDnjuUio ^ sSaltiM ^ i ^ r ( ; ; Joliet , Illinois , ( - .-, JOLIET BATTERY COMPANY TELEPHONE 4824 619 E . Clinton Street Joliet , B &amp; nois jpgpB ^ g DONAHOE MOTOR COMPANY 639 CASS STREET JOLIET ANYSIZE CAR WASH WE CHANGE OIL For Four-Cylinder Cars , 5 qts For Six-Cylinder Cars , 7 qts Simonizing Our Specialty Polishing , Top Dressing , and Greasing $ 1 . 65 . ? 0 c . . $ 1 . 25 mf * \ iT ^ a egsMP SilllaaiJ S^ tw @ PSli 3 KrlB A \ KJSK 2 BE 52 M \ li ^^^ W 9 f ^ ^^^^ B ^ 9 sa ^ 9 atfaV *^ B *^^ ^^ ^^^^ B POLK S ^ I FERENCB B OO ? and Mailing List Catalog Gives counts and prices on over 8 . 000 different lines of business .. No matter what your business , In this book you will find the number of your prospective customers listed . Valuable information Is also given as to how you can use the mails to secure orders and inquiries for your products or services . - .- • • ...
WORLD PEACE PARLEY INVlfATjONS ISSUED [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
WORLD PEACE PARLEY INVlfATjONS ISSUED United Str-Sao , France , Italy and Jap ^ n Ave Invited . Wnshingtci . —^ resident Herbert Hoover and . il iinic Minister Ramsay MaeDonald . of . Great Britain have agreed , npoii disarmament and world peace policies and invitations- have been issued from London to -the United States , France , . Italy and Japan , to a conference which is planned to be held in London probably in January . The invitation to the general con ? ference carries with it an appeal for agreements or - mutual understandings calculated to end strife between the - nations . It is worded in such a way that France - id Italy , the two nations heretofore believed reluctant to enter such a parley , will find It difficult to • decline . • It was this element of uncertainty f Which lias withheld formal dispatch of the invitation for two weeks . Great . Britain , Japan and : tlie United States already are in accord on the subject . The invitation is understood to scrupulously avo...
Stresemann , Germany s Foreign Minister Dead [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Stresemann , Germany s Foreign Minister Dead Berlin . — Foreign Minister Gustav -Stresemann died suddenly as a result of , a heart attack following a stroke of paralysis . :.- Doctor Stresemann had been in ill health for months , but recently he had so far recovered as to be able to participate in the arduous conference at The Hague on reparations and tlie session of the assembly of the League of Nations at Geneva . . _ • -. Doctor Stresemann was one of the . foremost statesmen of Europe . . He was president of . the German People s party , a member of the relchstag , a former chancellor of the German republic , and the most widely known member of the present cabinet , headed by Chancellor Mueller . President von Hindenburg rode at the head of the cortege from the • reichstag through tlie Brandenburg gate to the cemetery in the last rites for Doctor Gustav Stresemann Diplomats from many nations paid tribute to the dead leader and the esteem in jwlileli he was held in international a...
REFRIGERATOR SIGNAL WARNS THE HOUSEWIFE WHEN ICE GETS LOW [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
REFRIGERATOR SIGNAL WARNS THE HOUSEWIFE WHEN ICE GETS LOW The food safety signal is the name of an . ingenious mechanical ; device on the new all-steel refrigerators that seems , to make food i preservation almost an exact household science . By its aid , the housewife ; can now tell , without opening the refrigerator door , ,. _ , when the temper ature of the food ch ambers approaches a dangerously high- point . The safety signal is a needle , swinging back * i \ TO and forth alonS l \ lL iJ » m an nic the ri e ht » w fin ^ fc- ! im , f ° f wbicn is V ^ wl ^ E / painted red , for ^ ^ j ^^/ lHt danger , and bears ^ &gt; Jp ? * &gt;^ R t , le me 9 Sa S e &gt; Re &lt;~«* 7 ^\ m Ire ; . When the temperature of the refrigerator rises above 50 degrees , tlie point at which , according to the Leonard Institute of Food Preservation , Grand Rapids , Mich ., perishable food reaches the danger point , the needle . swings to the right . When re-icing is done , a...
FRESH FOODS IN MODERN DIET TRACED TOTHE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC REFRIGERATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
FRESH FOODS IN MODERN DIET TRACED TOTHE DEVELOPMENT OF SCIENTIFIC REFRIGERATION Efficient Refrigerator in Kitchen Essential if Foods Are to Reach Dining Room Table Fresh and Bacteria-Free . By . A . H . JAEGER , Leonard Institute of Food Preservation , Grand Rapids , Mich . C . ALT meat , dried beans and corn ^ bread , with occasionally fresh meat and a mess of greens by way of ( variety—this is the sort of meal that our pioneer ancestors sat down to day 5 after day , year in and year out . No wonder brimstone and treacle were on the program as a necessary tonic every spring ! Compare this limited diet with . the sort of dinner that the average American family of even moderate means : sits down to every day and takes as a &gt; matter of course . Whether in the country , small community or a congested city remote from the sources of supply , there is always foiind : some kind , of fresh -meat , potatoes , a green vegetable and a salad ( often lettuce and tomato even A . . H ....
Farm Bureau Men Urge Change in Tariff Bill [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Farm Bureau Men Urge Change in Tariff Bill Chicago . —A resolution adopted at the close of the recent two-day session of American Farm Bureau federation directors in Chicago approved the stand taken by a group of farm organizations in Washington a few days ago that tlie proposed tariff on farm products does not fulfill party pledges . Harking back to promises made by President Hoover in calling the special session of congress to adjust tariff rates , farm leaders made it plain that many rates in the present senate bill are inadequate . This they claim is due to large surpluses or to failure by congress to impose duties on competitive foreign products like Java starch , blackstrap molasses , casein , oils andfats . The farm bureau directors , consisting of farm leaders from the principal agricultural states , urged the senate and the congress as a whole to adjust the tariff rates in keeping with the purposes for which the extra session was called .
32 to 50 ° the Ideal Food Temperatures [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
32 to 50 ° the Ideal Food Temperatures Nature Needs Refrigerator s Help in Keeping Perishable Foods Safe . Mother Nature is a fickle old lady , according to Uncle , Sam who has spent millions of dollars studying her . He has found that without help she will keep his food good for him only nineteen clays a year . ~~ mffi ^ -fiv e her • l ^^ l ; fffl * tfiiVeV ££ - cording to government figures , : she pushes the ; mercury - above , 50 degrees Fahrenheit / or . pulls it below 32 , the range for ideal * - refrigeration . : She gives Seattle each year ^ 83 days of ideal refrigeration temperature . Baton Itouge only three and ; Los Angeles none at all . Tlie average throughout the country is nineteen days , and . she gives no advance notice of , which they will be . Scientific tests show that temperatures below 32 degrees are as harmful to perishable foods as too high temperatures . Freezing ; badly affects the moisture in foods and breaks down many food tissues . Tlie ruptured tissues a...
Wheat Prices , Congestion Are Being Investigated [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Wheat Prices , Congestion Are Being Investigated Washington . —Plans for an immediate , exhaustive inquiry into the disparity between prevailing wheat prices in the United States and Canada and also into the alleged congestion of wheat storage facilities by speculators bent upon depressing incoming crop prices were announced by the federal farm board . The board hopes to secure facts upon which to base future policies for tlie encouragement of farmer owned and controlled storage facilities In addition to relieving tlif present emergency . The Inquiry is to be conducted by the bureau of agricultural economics of the Department of Agriculture .
Search Lake Michigan for Drowned Crew of 25 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Search Lake Michigan for Drowned Crew of 25 Chicago . — -Search of Lake Michigan continues for the remainder of the crew of 25 men of the gravel freighter Andaste , which sank several days ago in a . storm off Holland , Mich . The bodies of ltalph Wiley , second engineer , and Charles Brown of Grand Haven are among those thus far recovered . An official investigation of tlie accident is in progress , conducted by Coroner Gilbert Van der Water of Ottawa county , Michigan . Plan $ 400 , 000 , 000 Bank Merger Detroit . — Negotiations . were concluded here paving the way for a merger of the Union Commerce Corporation and the Guardian Detroit Group , Inc ., and other financial institutions having resources of more than $ 400 , 000 , 000 . Ringling Buys Five Circuiei New York . —John Ringling , head of the Ringling Bros .-Burnum &amp; Bailey circus , has purchased the five circuses of the American Circus corporation .
Asserts New Bills Most Dangerous Ever Issued [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Asserts New Bills Most Dangerous Ever Issued Washington—Treasury department officials probably will be called upon by a congressional investigating committee to defend the new national currency which Louis A . Hill , former director of the bureau of engraving . ^ nr t . 4 ? r . i . Q + in r . dPnQaAee . d-yln--a ,-. lettex I made public recently as the poorest , confessedly the cheapest , and , without doubt , the most dangerous issue of United States currency in history . The letter , addressed to the senate committee on banking and currency , climaxes widespread dissatisfaction with the size , quality and appearance of the small bills which were placed in circulation early in July . Mr . Hill warned the treasury to expect a flood of counterfeits sullicient to more than absorb savings anticipated as a . result of the reduction In size of the bills .
PICTORIAL mf OLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
PICTORIAL mf OLF INSTRUCTION ¦ By H . B . Martin ¦ Does Ball Flatten on the Club ? WE ALL know , that the clubhead stays with the ball for a certain length of time after the impact , \] but just how long is a debatable sub-: ject even by the best experts . It is said that a camera has been Invented which shows that the ball first flattens out and then quickly rebounds and elongates like an egg . This , they say , is the reaction of the rubber . It looks as if it is one of those things which you are permitted to believe or not If it does elongate , It Is certainly to a very slight degree and only for the smallest fraction of a second . (© . 1929 , Bell Syndicate . ) Cards Sign 16-Year-Old Hurler Fargo , N . D . —Lelaud Nelson , six- ; teen-year-old pitcher for the Fargo Junior American Legion baseball team , has been signed by the St . Louis Nationals and is to report to that club next spring . Pick Ohio Girl Miss America Baltimore . —Miss Lillian Andrus , twenty-one , • brunette , r...
—— GT— PICTORIAL—mf OLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
—— GT— PICTORIAL—mf OLF INSTRUCTION By H . B . Martin _ Sweeping Follow Through Insures Distance WHEN we hit a golf ball , the mo- • tion or stroke is a sweep , or should be a sweep . There should be ho attempt to check the club head as it conies through . The bail being of rubber flattens out on the club head , almost egg-sliaped . This process goes on for tlie first four inches or so , then it snaps back to shape as it gradually releases itself from the club . This is called follow through and is an all-important part of . golf . If you keep the club head with the ball a long time , the drive-will be straighter . Tills can be managed by sending the club on through with no attempt to check it , nor to pull across the ball . ( IS , 1929 . Bell Syndicate . ) A VERY EXAG &lt; JERp , THP . SWlMCJ - FE . E . T Too Fflft APART iT IS MORE . oP i ; fil Bfi ^ SE . BPhLU S W / fAJCi THAN A GOUF- STRokfe . ....... ¦¦^^ Intent Effort Sometimes Destroys Form UMERY star golfer knows how ...
Hebrews in Revolution [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 9 October 1929
Hebrews in Revolution The American Hebrew says thai the names of 27 Jewish officers who fought on the side of the American forces are known . These included Col . David S . Franks , who was aide Je camp to ( ieorge Washington ; Col Solomon Bush and others of prominence in their day . At that time the whole Jewish population in the new United States was scarcely 3 . O 00 . Suspension Bridge Action The action of the suspension bridge is th ;* t of a rope spanning between supports ; for any load if finds the appropriate curve of equilibrium and is stable in that position . But as the adjustment to varying position of load results froia change of cirve , the roadway hung from the cable distorts —that is , the bridge is very flexible , ft thprefrrp mn ? « swlnc