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BANDITS GET $ 54 , 000 FROM U . ' OF-I . DANGERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
BANDITS GET $ 54 , 000 FROM U . OF-I . DANGERS Robbers Wreck Train , Hold Up Twenty Passengers . Champaign , 111 . —The estimated loot taken by . armed bandits from a society dance after the . . Illinois-Army football game in Champaign was approximately * . $ 54 , 000 , it was . revealed , as police began a state-wide search for two bandits who escaped . C . W . Ketchman , one of the bandits who was wounded in the revolver battle which followed the spectacular robbery , died a few hours later In the Burnham hospital . Before his death he told the police that the gang agreed before the holdup that they would meet at Clark and Ohio streets in Chicago If they became separated . Los Angeles , Calif . —The West Coast limited , Southern Pacific passenger train , was wrecked two miles west of Saugus , Calif ., by robbers who ~ tntered four coaches and held up 20 pas sengers . There apparently were only two robbers , one of them searching the victims while the other held them at bay with a ...
N . P . Wheat Co-Op . Gets Approval of Farm Board [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
N . P . Wheat Co-Op . Gets Approval of Farm Board Washington . —Approval was given by the federal farm board to the North Pacific Grain Growers Co-operative association which is to represent affiliation of growers In Washington , Idaho , Oregon and western Montana with the National Grain corporation , organized some months ago to correlate the grain co-operatives of the nation and to be the repository for a loan by the farm board to grain cooperatives . The North Pacific association will organize as a $ 1 , 000 , 000 ; stock corporation under Delaware cliarter . It will consist of 50 , 000 shares at $ 20 a share . The shares will be distributed only among local co-operative groups in the grain trade pro rata , according to volume of business . In turn the North Pacific association will purchase stock of the National Grain corporation and will participate in its management .
Five Men and One Woman Killed in Ohio Blast [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Five Men and One Woman Killed in Ohio Blast Elyrla , Ohio . —A coroner s jury Investigated the flame-seared wreckage of the Timms Spring company plant following a gas explosion which brought death to five men and one woman , seriously burned four other persons , and shattered the entire building . Those lulled were : W . H . Simpson , thirty-six ; Louis Butcher ,. forty ; John Raple , thirty-eight ; Mike Swetz , fifty ; - Louis Keyes , thirty-eight ; Mrs . Margaret Oitman , forty-five . The blast rent the building when a workman entered a gas-filled room and struck a match to light a cigarette . / Seven Killed in Plane Crash Harden Park , England . —Seven persons were killed and two injured in the crash in Surrey of a big German air liner bound for Berlin from Croydon . Three of those killed were passengers and three were crew members . Hat Record Enrollment Havana . —The University of Havana reports that Its enrollment for the present academic year is 4 , 775 students , tlie highes...
Nine in Three Families Killed at R . R . Crossing [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Nine in Three Families Killed at R . R . Crossing South . Bend , Ind—Nine persons were killed instantly and a tenth was ^ injured , probably fatally , at Osceola , eight miles east of here , when a New York Central passenger train crashed into a small sedan in which they were riding . The crash wiped out . two whole families , killed one / infant in a third family , and injured his small sister , probably fatally . . , The dead include John Flatt , fiftyseven , of Newcastle ; . Betty Flatt , forty-two , his wife ; Mary Flatt , seventeen , their daughter ; Dewey Brannon , twenty-three , of Newcastle , Mrs . Flatts nephew ; Nettie Brannon , twenty-one , his wife ; Virgie Brannon , five years old , daughter ; Florence Brannon , three years old , daughter ; Buddy Brannon , ten months old , sou ; Richard Vauglin , seven months old , son of Mr . and Mrs . Raymond Vaughn of Osceola . . .. ... The injured child is Betty Belle Vauglin , four years old , sister of Richard . . ,. ¦
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW i . P . HAYDEN , Editor Published in the Interest ot the Farmer Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , Illinois Telephone 4972 AD unsolicited articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to The Farmers Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk and the publishers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility tor their sate custody or return , Advertising will be run until ordered out . Entered as second class mail matter at the post office at Joliet , El ., under Act of Congress , March S , 1871 ) .
World Bank s Location Is Yet to Be Decided [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
World Bank s Location Is Yet to Be Decided Baden-Baden , . Germany . — Unanimous agreement has been , reached by the bankers of the organization committee for the Bank for International Settlements on the statutes for the world bank , except that as to loca-. tion , it was disclosed . -Pending completion of the trust agreement , however , the statutes and charter will not be made public . It was pointed out , however , that the statutes will be subject to action by the . directors . Street to Manage Cardinals St : Louis . —Gabby Street , former Washington catcher , who has been coach and scout of the Cardinals , was named manager of the club , succeeding Bill McKechnie , who will be the new manager of the Boston Braves . Labor to Organize South Washington . —Heads of all national and international unions will be summoned into conference here early next month to plan organizing the workers of the South .
Making Artificial Silk [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Making Artificial Silk | Rayon , or artificial silk , is a lus trous , continuous thread formed by dissolving cellulose , either as cotton linters or wood pulp . In a suitable solvent ; passing this fluid through a spinning machine ; solidifying the product in a fixing bath ; combining and twisting the resulting filaments Into a thread , and finally transferring it Into the type of materials in which It Is to be sold or used .
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
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DIVEST WORLD BANK OF GIGANTIC POWER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
DIVEST WORLD BANK OF GIGANTIC POWER Functions R ^ ducsd to Mere ^ Clearing House . Baden-Baden , Germany . —The grandiose , scheme . -embracing the international activities of the international bank for reparations payments , envisaged by J . P . Morgan and Thomas 1 Xamont when the-Institution was projected as part of the Young plan last summer , is being dwarfed to » . modest sphere of organization for the distri- - . button of German indemnity and a sort of clearing house for fiscal opera- •¦ tions among the governments , by the committee creating it here . The organizing committee chose Basel , Switzerland , as the location for the bank , thus removing -much of the political atmosphere which also threatened to envelop it . , Most of the United States governments objections against vast powers for the hank , as originally planned , : are expected to be overcome when the modest little institution—a sort of glorified corporate evolution of Seymour Parker Gilbert , agent general for ...
CHURCHMEN ASK SUPPORT OF RED CROSS ROLL CALL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
CHURCHMEN ASK SUPPORT OF RED CROSS ROLL CALL Leading churchmen ot the nation have Joined in asking public support of the annual Roll Call of the American Red Cross . Two distinguished leaders who have sent messages to their congregations all over the country are quoted , as follows : I plead for an extension of our Red Cross membership until wa can call a roll of every adult American , stated the Most Reverend Michael J . Curley . Archbishop of Baltimore . I would like to see the children listed in the organization by their parents . I plead for it because of the spiritual reaction I visualize in our millions of contributing members . ! As president of the Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America , I bespeak for the Roll Call of the American Red Cross the fullest cooperation of all the churches in the constituency ot the Council , : writes Francis J . McConnell , president of the Federal Council . I cannot imagine that there Is any minister who will not be grateful for t...
11 HAD' 2 * INCOMES % M OVER $ 5 , 00 Q , O 00 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
11 HAD 2 * INCOMES % M OVER $ 5 , 00 Q , O 00 New York , Seven ; Illinois , One ; ? Wisconsin , One . Washington ;—Eleven persons In the United States reported net ihcomeslri excess of $ 5 , 000 , 000 for the year 1927 i Of them , one resides in Illinois and one ™ in ; Wisconsin . The others are in the East , one being in Pennsylvania , presumably Secretary of the Treasury Mellon ; one-In New Jersey and seven in New : York , including undoubtedly at least one member of the Rockefeller family . Compilations relating to the Income tax data for earnings of the j-ear 3027 as reported in the 102 S returns were made public a . few days ago by the internal revenue bureau . It is shown that 4 ; 101 , 547 persons filed returns as compared with 4 , 138 , 002 for . 1926 , 4 , 171 , 851 for . 1025 and 7 , 369 , 788 for 1924 whichwas before the 1926 revenue act with its Increased exemptions cut the number of t &amp; x payers almost in half . No names are . included in the report and the ...