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BUSY BEES OF WESLEY REORGANIZE CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

BUSY BEES OF WESLEY REORGANIZE CLUB By MRS . PHIL R . GOODWIN The Busy Bees of Wesley . held a meeting at the Ritchey Schoolhouse Friday afternoon , April 26 th for the purpose of organizing for the . years work . The meeting was called to order and -J presided over by the leader , Mrs . Phil * ? Goodwin . After explaining the various , t duties of the officers , the following ^ girls were elected : } Preslden , Leila Mason j Vice-President , Pauline Brethorst ., _« Secretary , Phyllis Goodwin \ 4 Press Reporter , Florence Mason , \ i • Cheer Leader , Doris Graham ; 1 ; After the election , singing severa | . ;\ songs , trying out -some new yells , ttieOS meeting adjourned until Mayf 4 th . ..- 7 , * fi [ g

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
pOOVER TAKES LEAD HIP FARM Alb FIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

pOOVER TAKES LEAD HIP FARM Alb FIGHT RBKCV : T 1 v - • || trAlso > Hopes to Bring Peace ¦ K ^ t- ; in Tariff Muddle . Sffi re - HSSjfr ^ .. - - . i || fe 4 ) .-Washington . — -President Hoover , has |||& assumed leadership in an effort to exllptricate farm relief and tariff legislal | p , tlon from the . growing impasse in the ||| p | xtra session ^ of congress , and to close || i £ the ^ widerilng breach . on the Republic- ^? an side of the senate . , ^ pjiJEnactment of farm relief legislation iMiin \ tlme- ; -for application to this sea- || £ 03 on s crops appeared to hinge on the ^^ confesi ; . between the . house and senIpSSte ^ overthe right of the senate to in- | g & c [? rPorsUe the controversial export desjif ^ benture plan In the legislation . Petevtv . ^ < llp ^ Washington . —By a vote of 47 to 44 , ipK ) : tac | genajl : e , defying the recommenda- ^ Mtlpnsfof the President , defeated the l || JmotloVof Senator Watson of India...

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j ' ' ' Airport Experts Meet to Discuss Problems [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

j Airport Experts Meet to Discuss Problems Cle \ eland . —Airport experts of the country held their first convention here under the sponsorship of the Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce , for the purpose of compiling information on airport construction , field /\ - lighting , radio , weather service , tnsurf- * 4 , ance , and other common problems . Avii- i . lation men hope the discussions will , * / stimulate the construction of an ade- / fr- iQaa te chain of ports covering the coun- & - try which is declared to be necessary \ i iry . Wlucii is ueciiueu lu uc ueueaauijr , {¦ ? i lor the rapid development of com- ?& ,-s , mercial and pleasure flying . $ ©>* * ^ W ? ^ , Unlawful to Work on Sunday ItCi-j t , ^ Baltimore , Md . —Willis R . Jones , asUB % slBtant attorney general , has advised g H-M ^ Pollce Commissioner Glther that as it | yf ! - ^ lSjiinlawful for humans to work on ^ llpWiSunday-lt Is . equally unlawful for auy & filtomatl...

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RIOTING COLLEGIANS CLOSE DES MOINES U [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

RIOTING COLLEGIANS CLOSE DES MOINES U Fundamentalist -Modernist Controversy Is Cause . Des Moines , Iowa . —Riots . at Des Moines university , forecasting a fun : damentalist-modernist : controversy rir valing the Dayton ( Tenn . ) monkey trial , became a : national affair with points of interest in Chicago , Buffalo and Los Angeles , as well : as Toronto , Ont . The riots and the subsequent order of Dr . T . T . Shields , leading fundamentalist warrior in the lgffttist church , closing , the school indelmfref ly and discharging the entire university personnel , from president to janitors , were echoed in these developments : 1 ; A legal battle was forecast when students announced plans for an injunction to prevent closing of the university * The students appeared as usual and demanded that classes be held . Their position is that they have paid tuition and are therefore entitled to continued instruction . 2 . Doctor Shields , driven out of Des Moines through fear of student violenc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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DECLINES PRESIDENCY I [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

DECLINES PRESIDENCY I General Gomez . \ Caraeas , Venezuela . —General Gomez , president of Venezuella , who was unanimously re-elected , by congress , has declined , explaining , that he feels his long tenure in office , virtually since 1901 ) except for intervals , has fulfilled his duty and he now desires to return to agricultural pursuits

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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LIABILITY INSURANCE s REQUESTED BY MANY 5 FARM BUREAU MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

LIABILITY INSURANCE \ s REQUESTED BY MANY 5 FARM BUREAU MEMBERS ? K Farmers Move to Protect Selves v > Against Injuries to jHelpers * * Lawsuits State-wide inteiest in employeds liability iiibuiance for farm operators Is seen bv the Illinois Agiicultural Association in requests from over 400 members . in 34 counties , asking the Association to make such insurance available on a mutual at cost basis . A short time ago ,, the-Association and the 95 affiliated CountyFarm-Bu-reaus announced that -they ,-would provide such insurance , if there was a sufficient demand for it . Pledge cards , were kept at the office by the couiity organizations . Little attempt was made to sell the proposed ¦ service . Within a few weeks more than ; 400 members , voluntarily signed cards askfng for the ^ insurance . Since the proposal , was first , announced it has developed that hundreds of farm employers have been subject , to liability and lawsuits arising out of 4 injuries to farm employees ...

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Collegians Seek Jobs in Paraguayan Army [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Collegians Seek Jobs in Paraguayan Army Asuncion , Paraguay . —Letters froui United States college students volunteering to fight for Paraguay against Bolivia were received by President . Guggiarl long after the Chaco quarrel had quieted down . One from the University of Texas , Austin , said that Ernest Joseph desired to come to the aid of Paraguay with 200 companions , all witli military training . A letter from Comanche , Texas , offered the help of James Madison , who said he was an aviator and wished to volunteer with two companions , sergeants and machine gunners . Similar letters were received by Bolivian authorities from Americans eager to see a fight in the swampy , mosquito-infest-ed Chaco .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

iiteAWMERS , WEEKLY REVIEW mmM & l * -: ** ~ v- •* . P . HA -DKN , raitor fPf § fM % >? lfrNMMa- the Interest of ttaeJtanMr lll l _ ri-Ay-,- , awl Chicago Street , Jouet , BMnoto ~ Telephone 4 »« lifr _ F 5 MallcMied articles , manuscripts , leUem and pictures sent to The Farmers lfeWeifi ^ RBvfcwi , are J Mint at the owner s risk and the publishers W ** f » j rtV WitsffigEr n _ JM * y or responoMUty for their safe custody or return . Adverttsmc ^^ wUiTbB . rgn ^ unta ordered out . ¦ - ¦¦ - ¦ • l ^ BiserM sis second class mail matter at the post office at Jtflet , Hi ., under Act \ V ^^ Oa > tTess , March 8 , 1879 . ^ .

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SPEED COMPLETION JOF GULF WATERWAY ~~ n » [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

SPEED COMPLETION JOF GULF WATERWAY ~~ n » President Urges Rush Work ; May Be Open in 1931 . Washington . T-President Hoover has Instructed the War department to proceed Immediately with the completion of the lakes to / the gulf waterway as . the first step , In the development of the large network of interior waterways he has projected as a major objective of his ; administration . The President plans to open the channel from Chicago to New Orleans to through , commerce in 1931 . With the Ohio river channel completed this year and the Illinois waterway two years hence , the next step thereafter will be the development of the Missouri river and the upper Mississippi . The Hoover ; administration , it also was revealed , lis prepared to ask congress to provide the funds for the completion of the ; Lockport-Utica section of the lakes to the gulf waterway , which now is ; under construction by the- state of-Illinois , provided the state undertakes the building of the bridges . • . .-. S...

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Enamel Substitute [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Enamel Substitute As a substitute for Japanese enamel in decorating boxes and othet things , a gelatinous substance produced by some of the larger varieties of snails is now used . It resists age and gives a brilliant surface when hard . Only experts can tell it from the more costly oriental substance . First Bird Reservation There are now 75 bird leservations in the United States . Pelican island , Fin ., which was established In 1003 , being the first .

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^ Unfair to Ask Citizens to Pass , by Their Vote , t-v * on Scientific Problems [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

^ Unfair to Ask Citizens to Pass , by Their Vote , t-v * on Scientific Problems v - % j U By CIRCUIT JUDGE ROBERT M . TOMS , Detroit » , \ . THE modern tendency toward democracy is a vicious perversion of our representative form of government . I am not referring to the political parties in speaking of the democratic and repub1 lican forms of government . In a democracy the people themt ¦ selves elect their own officers and pass their laws , as they did in the town meetings in New England years ago . In a republic , the government is by proxy . In Detroit we are getting away from the republican form of government when we submit important propositions to the people for vote . And what fools the people have made of themselves ! A recent election demonstrated the folly of asking the voter , the man of the lathe or the grocery counter , to vote on an issue which should be decided by scientific and economic experts . At that election the rapid-transit proposition proved to be a popular n...

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"Fear-Thoughts" Too Much in the Minds of the Present Generation [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Fear-Thoughts Too Much in the Minds of the Present Generation By REV . HENRY DARLINGTON ( Episcopal ) , New York . One of the great things that Jesus sought to give us was happiness , joy and peace . God meant us to get the most out of life . God could not have put beauty and-harmony-and music into the world unless he meant for us to enjoy it . Here in America we seem to think that unless a man is working his 1 finger nails off there is something wrong with him . We seem unable to relax , to sit content on a beach and listen to the music of the waves . Do we ask ourselves ever , What would Jesus do in the presence of a sunset ? Would he not have sat in the cool of the evening and enjoyed it ? -Instead , are -we not so , anxious to go through the picture galleries that we never stop to look at the pictures on the walls ? So eager to plan our childrens careers that we havent time to take them by the hand and let them enjoy the sunset ? Beside the inability of Americans to relax , ther...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Great Need of Today Is Return to the Idea of "Human Partnership " [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Great Need of Today Is Return to the Idea of Human Partnership By DR . RALPH SOCKMAN ( Episcopal ) , New York . THERE is too much patronage in American life today , and too little partnership . As our citizenry has been increasingly transferred from the soil to the city , we have changed the tempo of our thinking from the slower processes ofi the seasons to the quick exchanges and ticker tapes of the market place . The race of competitive life is so swift that we do not try to keep pace with one another . The . home illustrates the fact that parents do too much for their children and too little with them . The . present generation of youth is more heavily patronized than ever were its predecessors . Somewhere between a bolsheA-ism of- adolescents and a paternalism of parents there ought to be a partnership in which the experiences of the elders are blended with experiments of the youngers . In philanthropy the old friendly personal helpfulness of our simpler earlier communities is b...

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Medical Profession Must Find Methods of Giv ing Proper Care to the Needy [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

Medical Profession Must Find Methods of Giv ing Proper Care to the Needy By DR . MALCOLM M . HARRIS , Chicago . Unless the medical profession adopts methods of caring for needypatients the medical foundation societies will . This will be to the- detriment of the profession . Millions of dollars are being endowed to foundations . The doctors in them work on salaries . The idea is advanced that the patients are patients , first of the hospital , second of the doctor . It is the belief of the people that the medical profession is charging prices so high as to make its services available only to-the rich , that it is failing to fulfill its obligations . The people are providing this other , method . Exorbitant charges by surgeons arc crimes against society . Xo physi- ; ^ - cian , no matter how eminent , is justified in making such charges . Charges V must be fair , honorable and just . They must ; not be greater than the % ¦ financial status of the patient justifies . } . County medica...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
i ' !»¦ 11 iVivrrrrivrrrrrrrri y |; Bi | j | fe # s ?! : • State News > T , »„« i . »« , ji .. « ,. « ., « . « .. # I « I t . »»« .. « .. »» .. »» .. » »« _ » Ti [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

i !»¦ 11 iVivrrrrivrrrrrrrri y |; Bi | j | fe # s ?! : • State News > T , »„« i . »« , ji .. « ,. « ., « . « .. # I « I t . »»« .. « .. »» .. »» .. » »« _ » Ti Miss Eliza Marrin , forty-nine , hanged herself In her home in Lee , near Dixon . She was despondent because of 111 health . Russell Miller died in Ottawa an hour after he had been caught in a . crane while working at the National Plate Glass company . Alvan L angord of Harrisburg received a fractured skull and six of his relatives who were riding with him in a truck were slightly injured , when the truck was hit by an interurban car . Living within its income the city of Taylorville has reduced the indebtedness $ 30 , 000 the last three years , it was announced by the city council . Three years ago the city was in debt over ? 90 , 000 . Noticing blood on a cotton glove he wore on his right hand , Charles White , a farmer living near Danville , found that two of his fingers had been severed . In helping to get a tr...

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LOUIS CHIRON , EUROPEAN RACING CHAMP HER _ l ^^ i ^ B JO WREST SPEEDWAY LAURELS FROM YA ^ lKEE ^ l ^ S [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 15 May 1929

LOUIS CHIRON , EUROPEAN RACING CHAMP HER _ l ^^ i ^ B JO WREST SPEEDWAY LAURELS FROM YA ^ lKEE ^ l ^ S ( XJOFT / rORISHS ) S crxxFT- xsu—atN . r ; 8 TVOU—S CTKIS 50 N i *__ = > XO _ X * £ <_> CES * -l ! 5 C »^_ _ . • ^ ____________________________ _ , INDIANAPOLIS , IND . — Louis hiron , champion driver of Europe > r 1929 , invades America in the Inrnational 500-mile automobile race i the Indianapolis Motor Speedway , [ ay 80 , in an attempt to be the first orld s champion of the speedway , hiron , who is 29 has arrived with a rench De Lage car and a reputation > r skill and daring on the track that making Yankee stars look to their urels . The dapper -Frenchman ears a steel crash helmet , similar 1 the tin hats worn in the war , as protection for his head in case of Cl-tlSDht ^^—— - ^ ^ WEi » J _ lM < S _ : s = E < ri _\ a & . ¦ - < ~ ia— ~ . w * JTTE . X . M ^ . T . 1 I . ccident . ...

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