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HOOVER MAY RESCUE ARMY , NAVY BUDGET [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
HOOVER MAY RESCUE ARMY , NAVY BUDGET Airplane Division Doomed to Suffer Big Reduction . Washington . —From $ 6 , 000 , 000 to $ 8 , 000 , 000 will be lopped off the army and navy appropriations for the 1931 fiscal year unless changes are made in the tentative budget by President Hoover . Investigation disclosed that , in making up the army appropriations for the next fiscal year , the budget director has slashed the estimates ^ submitted by the War departmentfor purchase of airplanes and operation of the air corps by between $ 4 , 500 , 000 and $ 6 , 000 , 000 . A $ 3 , 000 ,- 000 cut is in prospect for the bureau of aeronautics . The air appropriations reductions , if permitted by the President , will Interfere with the completion of the army and navy five-year air expan sion programs approved by congress in 1926 . : It was estimated by air corps officers that the reduction would preclude the purchase of from 100 to 200 airplanes needed to bring the fourth year of the air program u...
NEW CROPS IN FLOODED STATES BRING PROSPERITY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
NEW CROPS IN FLOODED STATES BRING PROSPERITY The introduction of new habits oi . planting , following the Mississippi Valley flood of 1927 , has brought added -prosperity to farmers In many of the Mississippi Delta counties , according to Red Cross officials . Almost every cabin has a fine vegetable garden , whereas cotton formerly : grew right , to . the . doorstep , ; , the Red &gt; &gt; Cross states . The home demonstration and agricultural agents btve followed up the project Inaugurated by the Red &gt;; Cross , Immediately after the flood of 1927 , with very gratifying success . There is a large acreage in sorn , whereas formerly cotton was the one crop . Alfalfa has gained a firmfoot- :. hold * and the growing of this crop Is bringing good financial , returns : from the three or four cuttings each . year . Live stock also v Is showing Improve- . ment due to these new crops . ; • Everything considered ,, ; the Delta sections which escaped - a backwater . ...
MHSR ^ H J ^ SjnfljMIJMQpbB ? ' - ' -2 SIMWH KL ff ^ awniniiirTH [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
MHSR ^ H J ^ SjnfljMIJMQpbB ? - -2 SIMWH KL ff ^ awniniiirTH ^ EI ^ ll HlranLLV ™ amaon , C ^ 3 i H | nuwif ^ SXUcwica « 8 » Upwards of half a billion dollars in worthless and questionable securities have been barred from the Illinois investment market since , the legislature created the stale securities department 10 years ago , Secretary of State William J .. Stratton ,- who administers this office , announced ; The securities department , the secretary- of state said ,, through its power ojer the registration of brokers lias been able to drive out of the business of selling securities a great number of crooked individuals and , through the power t ° require a substantial bond , has ; protected the public against inexperienced brokers and brokers with little capital Investment . He stated that as a result of the efforts of the securities department bucket / shop s have almost disappeared . Mr . Stratton disclosed that in tlie current year up to October 1 , $ G 50 ,- 000 , 000 wort...
RED CROSS HONOR FLAG GOES TO NEW HAMPSHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
RED CROSS HONOR FLAG GOES TO NEW HAMPSHIRE The honor flag , given annually to the State which enrolls the greatest percentage of its population as members of the American Red Cross , went this year to New Hampshire . The de- ; cision - was so close between . New Hampshire and Vermont that It hung in the balance for a time . California ranked-third in the honor Lst and Con1 necticut fourth . A final tabulation of figures of the 1928 Roll Call showed a nation-wide membership of 4 , 127 , 946 . The banner rests with New Hampshire , whereit is hung in the State House , until the 1929 Roll Call—held between Amis- ¦ tlce Daj . and Thanksgiving Day—is completed and new figures available for the 1929 winner .
WOMEN KNIT AND SEW FOR RED GROSS RELIEF [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
WOMEN KNIT AND SEW FOR RED GROSS RELIEF Volunteer s Aid Through Motor and Canteen Corps—Send Gifts to Service Men . Recalling the days of the World War , many women still make pajamas and other hospital garments , many knit sweaters , and more than 2 , 500 ,- 000 surgical dressings were rolled by volunteer workers for the American Red Cross Chapters all oyer the nation , in the year just closed . The hospital garments are given to veterans and the surgical dressings go to civilian or Veterans Bureau hospitals , or wherever . needed ; Many Chapters also maintain well stocked closets of surgical dressings and garments , in order , to be prepared should a disaster strike their communities . Volunteer workers make children clothing and layettes which are distributed in time of major catastrophes . The Motor Corps of Red Cross women and : the Canteen Serv * Ice , also first created during the World War , still are maintained by many Red Cross Chapters . Last year the various Motor Corps ...
NURSES ENROLLED WITH RED CROSS FOR SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
NURSES ENROLLED WITH RED CROSS FOR SERVICE The American Red Cross expended ? 8 , 669 , 627 . 24 in disaster relief ; work in the United States and its insular possessions and in eleven other countries during the year ending June 30 , 1929 . Enrolled with the Nursing Service of the American Red Cross at Washington are 49 , 000 nurses , qualified under the society s regulations , who may be summoned to service in time ot disaster or other emergency . From the Red Cross enrollment were assigned 20 , 000 nurses ill the World War . These Red Cross nurses are the standing reserve of the Army and Navy Nurse Corps of the United States , and are also called upon for service in other governmental health services . Little St Eustatius Island In the Dutch West Indies gave retuge to American ships during the Revolution . The - hurricane of : last September struck the island , causing heavy loss . The American Red Cross was glad to send a small cash , relief fund In remembrance of the historic fr...
Wizard Foshay Involved in $ 20 , 000 , 000 Failure [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
Wizard Foshay Involved in $ 20 , 000 , 000 Failure Minneapolis , Minn . —An organization valued at more than $ 20 , 000 , 000 , built up through the financial wlzardy of Wilbur B . Foshay , crashed when a voluntary petition In bankruptcy was filed against the W . B . Foshay company , holder of . public utility , industrial , banking , and - real estate properties . Collapse of the parent Foshay company carried with it subsidiaries in 30 states and in Alaska , Canada , and Central America and marked one of the greatest financial failures in the northwest . Aviatrix and Two Men Killed Eugene , Ore . —Miss Edyth Rose , Portland aviatriXi and two men flyers were killed , when their monoplane crashed near Cottage Grove and burned . The men killed were Capt . P ..-0 . Mercer and Lieut . W . B . Clark of . -Portland . Dallas Buys Swanion Dallas , Texas . 1 —The Dallas club of the Texas league has purchased Karl Swanson , second baseman , of the Chicago White Sox . ¦
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
: LEGAL NOTICES : PROBATE NOTICE 1 Estate of Christian Nielson , Deceased . • The undersigned having been appointed Adminstrator of the estate of Christian Nielson late of Town of Jack- son-in the ,. County of Will and State , of Illinois , deceased , hereby gives notice . that he will appear before the Probate Court of Will County , at the Court • House in Joliet ; at the January Term , on the first Monday in January next ( being the . 6 th ; day of-said month ) , at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested ; to attend for the purpose of having-, the . same adjusted . : All persons indebted to said estate are requested to ; make .. immediate payment to the undersigned . Dated this Oth day of November A . D , 1929 ; POL NIELSEN , Administrator , as aforesaid . LAGGER &amp; BLATT , Attys ., Joliet , 111 . Nov . 13 : 20-27—1929 . PROBATE NOTICE Estate of John S . Johnson , Deceased . 1 . The . undersigned , having been appointed Execu...
PLAN U . S . CENTER FOR PSYCHOLOGY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
PLAN U . S . CENTER FOR PSYCHOLOGY Laboratory to Be Like Bureau of Standards . Washington . —Tlie first step toward establishment in Washington of a national research center for problems in human , and animal psychology , comparable in some ways to tlie , bureau of standards , has been taken by the Incorporation here of the National Institute of Psychology , whose member ship Includes fiO of the foremost American experimental psychologists . The incorporators are Prof . Knight Dunlap , head of the psychology dfpartment of Johns Hopkins university and until a few weeks ago of the division of psychology and anthropology of . the national research council ; Dr . Hugh S . Ouuiming , surgeon genera ) of the United States Public Health service , and Dr . Edwin E . Slosson . The charier authorizes It to promote the application of scientific facts and principles to human and animal life and-welfare . The intent , as described by Professor Dunlap , is to found a national psychological labora...
PURDUE'S GRID TEAM UNDEFEATED , LEADS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 13 November 1929
PURDUES GRID TEAM UNDEFEATED , LEADS Only Obstacle to Championship Is Iowa . Tilt . Chicago . —Purdue unbeaten stands alone at the head of tlie western conference football standing with only one difficult hurdle—Iowa—ahead . Not in thirty years * of history of the Big Ten lias the Purdue eleven won tlie championship . To dale this year Purdue with a strong wellbalanced team and an all-star backfield , has run away from AVisconsin , Michigan and . Chicago , and demonstrated a scoring power of championship calibre . Tlie Boilermakers , however , have not met either of the other outstanding elevens with championship aspirations , hut will settle tlie question of Purdue supremacy . ; against Iowa , the conqueror of Minnesota whicli until last week seemed a fiftyfifty rival of Purdue . Iowa by missing a goal . kick lost to Ohio by a 7 to 0 score in early season and sinco lias held Illinois . to . a 7 to 7 , tie , and on Saturday defeated Minnesota 0 to : 7 . Should Purdue lose to Iowa , ...