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Incorporate State Produce Marketing [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Incorporate State Produce Marketing Steps toward , incorporating the Illinois Produce Marketirig &lt; Association a farm co-operative Organized under the Illinois Co-operative Act ! of- 1923 were taken on November 9 J when articles of incorporation . were sentto . Springfield , according to information l-eceived by the Will County . Farm Bureau from the Illinois Agricultural . Association . Headquarters . of . th , e-heU ; organization have been established , at Blporriihgton . . The purposes for which the . Association is formed are tlie ; mai-keting and selling of agricultural ^ products including dairy and poultry ; products of all kinds . ; 1 . : v .- ; &gt;;¦ . ¦ ¦ : ¦• ¦ &gt; ¦¦ &gt; : ; ¦ . /• • ¦ « . ¦ • . , ;; Under the-by-laws adopted at a meeting of 100 representatives of local produce marketing co-operative s in 35 counties , held at Decatur on November 6 , the Association is authorized to buy , sell , &gt; handle , and ; ship . r ...
December Corn Show Will Be Big Event [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
December Corn Show Will Be Big Event The Henncberry Implement Company Corn Show to be held Tuesday , Dec . 10 th at their Farm Machinery Salesroom at 803 North Chicago street . Entries to be made on or before . Dec . 7 th / . . This corn contest is open to the farmers of Will county , who have never made entries at State Fairs and National grain shows . Entries can be made at 803 North Chicago street , at the Henneberry Implement company , where the . corn will be on display . Entries can be made by mall or in person . Corn must be on display by Saturday , December 7 th . . The judging will be done on the 10 th of December , by judges arranged for by the Will County Farm Bureau . $ 40 . 00 IN GOLD GIVEN AWAY . VEL . LOW CORN • 1 st Prize . Best 10 Ears Yellow Com , $ 10 In Gold 2 nd Prize . Best . 10 Ears Yellow Corn , $ 5 . 00 in Gold 3 rd Prize .. Best 10 Ears Yellow Corn , $ 5 . 00 In Gold 4 th Prize . A $ 5 . 00 Coat . —This ; prize to be given by the Boston Store . WHITE CORN 1...
Senator Ban on Revenue Laws Commission [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Senator Ban on Revenue Laws Commission Gov . Louis L . Emmerson lias announced the following appointments to the Illinois- Revenue Laws commission ,, authorized at the last . general assembly to study the Illinois revenue laws and taxation methods and to recommend to the next general assembly a modern system of taxation designed to distribute taxes in a more equitable manner among all classes of wealth : Harrison B . Riley , president of the Chicago Title and Trust company ; Senator Arthur A . Huebscli of Brookfield and former State Senator H . S . Hicks of Rockford . Senator Richard Barr of Joliet and Representatives Leroy Green , Rockford , and Alexander Wilson , Cairo , are other members of the commission .
Governor Emmerson Speaks at LW . C . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Governor Emmerson Speaks at LW . C . Pointing to the outstanding success that lias attended Illinois fight against preventable disease , Gov . Louis L . Emmerson , in-an address before the Illinois welfare conference at- Evanston , declared that the prevention and cure of mental disorders is the present challenge to physicians and scientists of the state . Over forty-three and one-half , million dollars , or 35 . 49 per cent of the state s biennial income , exclusive of road and bond funds , is now devoted to the charitable and penal institutions , Governor Emmerson said . Slightly less , than forty million is devoted to education ; which in its broad sense is closely allied with welfare work . Only 16 per cent is devoted to the general government . Maintenance of our charitable and penal institutions constitutes the major burden of the state . Our resources , will be swamped if the present rate of insanity increase Continues . The . figures . I have , quoted are disquieting if not ...
Joliet Lions Club Will Sponsor Play [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Joliet Lions Club Will Sponsor Play The Joliet Lions Club will stage a play known as Minstrel Fashion Plates at the joliet High School Thursday evening , November 21 st , and Friday evening , November 22 nd . The play ia being directed by Mr . Buckley of the John B . Rogers Producing Company , who make a specialty of staging amateur plays for local organizations . The committee in charge of this play consists of Frank G . Brumund , Dr . John C . Kauffman and Pence B . Orr . The purpose of the play Is to raise funds for the State Convention ¦ of Lions Club to be held in Joliet the early part of June 1930 . : Tickets will be fifty ( 50 ) _ cents a person and can be purchased from any of the members of the Lions Club . This play will have forty-four characters taking part , and Is claimed to be something out of the ¦ ordinary , being a sort of semi-minstrel and will be something new . in this locality . It is hoped that the general public and all the members will . get back . of the Li...
F 0 UR-. BILU 0 NS WILL BE U . S . ' 31 EXPENSES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
F 0 UR-. BILU 0 NS WILL BE U . S . 31 EXPENSES An Increase of $ 50 , 000 , 0001 Over 1930 Budget . Washington . —Uncle Sam s national ! expenditures for the 1031 fiscal year beginning next July will run well above the four million-dollar mark , , figures made public at the White House indicated . Preliminary budget estimates for . 1931 , as made known by President ! Hoover , amount to $ 3 , 830 , 000 , 000 in I round numbers , an increase of 550 ,- ! 000 , 000 over the preliminary 1930 budg-1 - et estimates submitted to congress a ; year ago by former President Cool- ; : idge . The 1931 figure does not include additional capital which will be neces-t sary for financing the federal farmboards operations or deficiency appro- ; priations . While it is impossible to tell exactly ; at the time , the total expenditures for j the next fiscal year , counting prob-. j , able deficiencies and the funds needed for the farm board , are expected to top the cost of operating the national governme...
Detroit Family of Five Die in Blast and Fire ] [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Detroit Family of Five Die in Blast and Fire ] Detroit , Mich . —Fire , ; which followed a blast in the home of Walter Waibel , thirty-eight years old , killed him , his wife , twenty-six years old , and their J three children , Richard , six years old ;! Eugene , three years old , and Wanda , j eighteen months old . -- ¦¦ •;¦ A five-gafioh can of kerosene ex- j ploded while Mrs . Waibel was . filling an oil . stove . Flames swept into a 1 room adjoining the kitchen and fired the beds in which the children were j sleeping . .: The Waibels forced their way I through a mass in flames to reach , thei children , whose night clothes already were burning , and all died from burns . *
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS President Hoover and Charles G . . Dawes , ambassador to Great Britain , were enrolled in the American Red Cross in its annual roll-call campaign . Assessments against stockholders of j failed joint stock land banks-may not ] be levied by the federal farm-loan ] board nor by receivers for such banks r the Supreme court ruled . | The 2 , 000 , 000 members of the General Federation of Womens Clubs plan to raise a $ 2 , 000 , 000 foundation fund by 1933 to finance the work , of the federation and the individual state | . organizations . The army is going to lend a hand to the Post Office department in handling the Christmas mail . Secretary Good has instructed the commanders of corps areas to place all available motor trucks at the disposal ot the Post Office department . Ultimate annexation of Cuba , as | the inevitable solution that will bring prosperity and contentment to the people of the island and at the same time solve permanently the problems of this nation s ...
Biggest Year See * in Use of Limestone and Ground Phosphate [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Biggest Year See * in Use of Limestone and Ground Phosphate It is already evident that 1929 will break all records in the use of agricultural limestone and ground rock phosphate by , Illinois farmers , according to J . R . . Bent , director of the limestonephosphate department of the Illinois Agricultural Association . Mr . Bent has just returned from a tour of quarries throughout the middle west . He reports that activity among quarry .. operators in supplying the needs of Illinois farmers in building a permanent soil fertility , was never greater thanduring recent months . It seems probable in the case of agricultural limestone that 1929 will be the largest year any state has ever had—breaking-Illinois own record made in 1925 , says Bent . In case of ground rock phosphate , it will be one of ihe two largest years within the last ten . . These fine ; results are attributable largely to the fine . co-operation existing between the Farm Bureaus , the University of Illinois , tlie I ....
SINGLE BLESSEDNESS COMES TO LIGHT IN WATER CAMPAIGN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
SINGLE BLESSEDNESS COMES TO LIGHT IN WATER CAMPAIGN Single blessedness in all its glory has just been discovered in a northern Illinois county . The discovery was made in connection with the statewide campaign which the home economics extension service of the College of Agriculture , University of Illinois , and interested agencies are making for running water in every farm and small town home . The northern Illinois county in question was being surveyed as one of the preliminary steps in getting the campaign under way in that vicinity . During the course of her visits from farm to farm , the survey worker rapped at the door of a small , badly rundown house and was answered by an unbarbered man . In response to the worker s questions concerning his supply of drinking water , the grizzled one replied : I drink at the cow tank , lady , and take my bath in the woodshed . I aint married and Ill get a woman before I put runriin water in my house . Model Soldier The army mule , once said ...
Silo Comes Back As Calf Feeders Change Methods [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Silo Comes Back As Calf Feeders Change Methods ^ The silo is coming back , for Illinois beef calf feeders have changed their policy with regard to feeding methods , it is reported by E . T . Robbins , livestock extension specialist of the College of ; Agriculture , University of 111 inois . They are going back to silage as a result of the success , which the experiment station of the agricultural college has had during the past two years in turning out . market-topping beef calves on silage rations , he said . Silos have been filled this fall in Idealities where empty silos have been common for several years . Beef calves on a full feed of grain will be given a small allowance of silage during the winter and spring . This makes : a change in policy on the part of calf feeders . &gt; yho ; have considered ; silage top , bulky ; for . - . calves .. -. . ;„ . :-::,.,-. T , t * iifl . rWn ? im ; iJ &gt; -. hil ^ - ¦ i ¦ J „&gt; J . I - V- *¦•¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ t ii- -A ir...
wmiimMmiiiiiiiiHiiniiiiroimnmiim g I ILLINOIS 11 s s I News Notes 1 »¦ *¦ E 1 ' " :. '' ..- ' ' ' . ' • - ' ( S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
wmiimMmiiiiiiiiHiiniiiiroimnmiim g I ILLINOIS 11 s s I News Notes 1 »¦ *¦ E 1 :. ..- . • - ( S iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiE Rev . W . 0 . Talbot , for several years pastor of Morrisonville Presbyterian church , lias tendered his resignation . It was accepted . Mrs . Robert Smiley , sixty , died suddenly at Pinckneyvllle , of heart disease . Her son , Robert Smiley , Jr ., is athletic director at Monmouth college . David Seale , thirty-six , of Fairbnry , was shot and killed by Walter Bollier , a farmer , who said he caught Seale attempting to loot his chicken house . The body of Herman Carlson , sixtyone , who disappeared from a river camp near Rock Island , ten days ago , was found in Rock River by Leroy Engstrom . Three Knox county cornliuskers bettered the world s record in husking at tlie annual county contest at Watagal Carl Seller of Oneida winning first place by picking 3 G . S 2 bushels . Doors of the Dixon Trust &amp; Savings bank , an institution u...
PSYCHOLOGY DESTROYING FAITH [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
PSYCHOLOGY DESTROYING FAITH By LIEUT . COL . WALLACE : WINCHELL , Salvation Army . Modern psychologists are filling libraries and seats of learning with philosophies calculated to destroy faith and lead the next generation into outer despair . A generation or two ago the slums of . New York was the theme that interested the touring parties that came to the great city . The riots and roughhouse fights of the sensual tough guys kept everybody talking . When gangsters would start something , throw stones , cut throats , shool enemies dead , burn orphanages and missions , steal and loot , it made the Bowery more thrilling to the shimmers . The slumming of today is not in ¦ the vile shambles of the poor and ignorant . ¦ It is in the gutterous minds and pens of the so-called intelligentsia . These highbrows in their roughhouse scramble—hurling-big words and high-sounding phraseology at each other—are undertaking to rob men of their precious possessions of faith and truth and eternal hope ...
CHANGE MACHINERY OF JUSTICE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
CHANGE MACHINERY OF JUSTICE By PROF . RAYMOND -MOLEY , Columbia University . ¦ ^ ii I WOULD urge that powers of Judging guilt be taken from juries and public prosecutors and placed in the hands of judges , and sentences be indeterminate , with the criminal intrusted to parole boards . Much of the present difficulties are due to the antiquated system of justice . The jury is falling into disrepute , and I contend that it never was a democratic Anglo-Saxon institution , but a heritage from Frankish tyrants . Eecently it has been responsible for outstanding . miscarriages of justice . This has resulted in a general distrust which has thrown much of the work of judges into the hands of the public prosecutor , often an elected official , through the two devices of nol prossing and accepting pleas of - guilty to crimes less than charged . The judge has little to say about it . If the district attorney thinks his case is weak he assumes the authority of releasing the defendant—practically ...
CHRISTIAN MUST CONQUER SELF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
CHRISTIAN MUST CONQUER SELF By DR . CAMPBELL DARST , Episcopal Bishop East Carolina . Personal selfishness is proving ruinous to Christian programs throughout the world . Sentimentality and excessive ritualism are obstructing the development of a vital and real faith . Nominal Christians are substituting form for literal acceptance of Christ . Early churchmen saw the heroic in Christianity and , utterly regardless of self , they pushed forward the boundaries of the kingdom of God . We have lost a lot of that spirit , and the program of Christ has suffered . We shape an easy program for ourselves . We substitute the form of the church , the liturgy and the ritual which we enjoy , for a literal acceptance of Christ and his faith . There is a prevailing tendency to cushion religion . Christians are unwilling to face the obligations of their faith . Too many of us want . to be disciples of Christ but are unwilling to bear the burdens of Christianity , to accept the responsibilities of H...