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FARM BOARD MAm IN ACTION BY AUG ? 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

FARM BOARD MAm IN ACTION BY AUG ? 4 President Hoover Announces . , ^ Names of Members . s . - Washington . —Appointment of three members of the new federal farm board has been definitely announced * by President Hoover . , ; _/ - \ , , , S ^ Clie ^ tliree appointees , all-oj . whom f liuve announced their acceptance , are . James C . Stone of Lexjngton , Ky .,-representing tobaccp ^ -cocperatives , 0 . B . Deiim ^ nsof , Farmhigton ,, Mq ., a live * ; - *> . stock ^ nahfWl Carl . Williams of , Okla5 lioma City , jOSla . 7 ^ editor of a farm paper , and active in cotton co-opern- . ^ yes . 0 , , / ¦ ? . The President lias also tendered-ap- . - - v pointments , on the new , Board to W . , l 1 ^ . MoscrJpfof Lake Elmo , Minn ., and C , C . Teague of 7 Los Angeles , Calif . -J Mr . ~ Moscrip Js an official of the Twin ¦ *¦ Cities -Milk - ^ Producers association , while Mr / league is connected with the Ca , yfprnYa * Ci | : ru & -leagueit v . ~ >» • - •...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Rescued Spanish Flyers Are Taken to Gibraltar [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Rescued Spanish Flyers Are Taken to Gibraltar London . —The British aircraft carrier Eagle landed MaJ . Raymond Franco and his fellow aviators at Gibraltar . The town and the-great-rock fortress of Gibraltar were invaded by crowds of newspaper nienj Spanish arid foreign , and photographers to greet Major Franco and his fellow aviators . ^ Madrid . —Thousands of Spaniards participated in a great demonstration organized by the Spanish Aero club as a public expression of Spain s gratitude to the British , French , Portuguese and Italian governments for their aid in the hunt for Major Franco and his companions who had been drifting in the sea in their airplane for one week ,, having failed In an- attempt to . reach the United States . Jewish Peac * League in Germany Berlin . —A : Jewish league for peace , with Oscar Wasserman , director of the Deutsche bank , as president , and Prof . Albert Einstein as one of the vice presidents , has been formed here . v . — . ¦ MacDionald Ban Trolzlc...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
WOULD PEMAND HALT ... ON ALL IMMIGRATION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

WOULD PEMAND HALT ... ON ALL IMMIGRATION New National Origins Quota Law Now in Effect . , , Washington . —National origins Immigration jquotas Is now in effect . Sharp reductions take place in the number Of Immigrants to be admitted annually from Germany , the Irish Free State and Scandinavian countries , while quotas will be ( Increased from Great Britain and northern Ireland , Italy , and a number of otter countries . The new quota system is expected to . remain in effect for a . considerable time . But the groups which have been opposed to the new system are certain to seek its repeal at the earliest possible opportunity . President Hoover ; who , oppose *! the national origins system , Is known to have suggested a compromise that there be further postponement to permit more study of the immigration situation : It Is assumed that efforts be made to reopen the whole subject before the bouse and senate committees on Immigration in nest winter s sesslon ^ of congress . That congress...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Bobby Jones Wins Open Golf Title Third Time [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Bobby Jones Wins Open Golf Title Third Time Mamaroneek , N . Y . —Bobby Jones made sure his . . . position as king of American golfers , if clinching were riecess & ry , . by a crushing defeat of Al Espinosa , of Chicago , In the playoff of : the national open championship . If was the third time Jones has won this title and few links honors remain for him to win except the amateiu crown again in California in * September to equal Chick Evans feat of Winning botb national championships in the same year . Jones defeated Espinosa , 141 to 184 , for the 36-hoIe plny-off , and did It by playing brilliant golf . Jones margin of victory ; 23 strokes , wiis , one of the most decisive surpluses of strokes that any winner of the classic ever has run up . Strongheart , Dog Hero ,: Dead * Hollywood , Calif ., —Strongheart , the dog hero of the movies , died at the home of-his owner ,-Miss Jane Murfin . He was thirteen years old . Trained in the Berlin police kennels ; Strongheart s...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
QUITS POST AS ENVOY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

QUITS POST AS ENVOY Henry P . Fletcher . Rome . —American Ambassador Henry P . Fletcher announced that his resignation , submitted to President Herbert Hoover some weeks ago , has been ac cepted . Mr . Fletcher will leave Rome on August 3 on the steamer Augustus after five years of service in Italy , and twenty-seven years of service in the American diplomatic service .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
200 MILLION MAY BE 1930 U . S . SURPLUS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

200 MILLION MAY BE 1930 U . S . SURPLUS Past Fiscal Year Reached . Total of $ 185 , 000 , 000 . Washington . —A surplus of $ 185 , 000 , - 000 was rolled up by the treasury during the fiscal year just ended , Secretary of the Treasury Mellon announced . _ ,, ; Actual reduction in the public debt during the year was $ 073 , 000 , 000 . Tlie surplus would have warranted a total reduction of approximately $ 725 , ^ 000 , 000 , the additional amount being curried temporarily as an increase ; , lh ! the net balance in the general . fund * While Secretary Mellon inade . no predictions for the future , other treasury officials said that if it were not for the uncertainties with reference to loans to . agriculture a tax reducV — ~ „ v , « 0 ............ ~ . * ...... . v »^ , tion ne \ t winter would be a certainty . . The surplus was accounted / for , largely by the unexpectedly large ^ in { come tax receipts in Marcii and June ~ of this year based on abnormal profits from stock speculation...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Round Trip , Coast-Coast Flight Made in 37 Hours [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Round Trip , Coast-Coast Flight Made in 37 Hours Roosevelt Field , L . I . —Cupt . Frank M . Hawks landed here in his Lockheed air express , breaking the trans continental-record for the second time in as uiahy > da . vs and . establishing a new round trip . record between the two coast lines of the United States . He made the east bound trip in 17 hours 38 minutes , as against his previous time of 18 hours 21 minutes and 39 seconds , made February 4 . Captain Hawks fletf from New York to Los Angeles in 19 hours 10 minutes and 32 seconds , setting a new record . The previous time . was 24 hours 51 minutes .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
The Weekly Historical [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

The Weekly Historical LOUIS MEADER <> y ;> Louis Meader , successful dairy farmer , is a * highly esteemed resident of Lockport and a member of the oldest and best known families of Will County . He was bom at Lockport , Feb . 5 , 1863 , on the farm where he now lives , and is the son of Mr . and Mrs . Louis Meader . - ¦? Louis Meader , Sr ., was born in Germany and early in life emigrated to the United States . He was among ^ the first settlers of Lockport and located on the present Meader farm in Section No . 26 in Lockport Township . He improved 80 acres ) and spent his life here as a cooper and farmer . He died Jan . cl 888 . His wife is also deceased- They are buried in Lockport cemetery . To Mr . and Mrs . Meader the following children were born : Margaret , Sarah and Louis Jr ., the subject of this sketch . . - - ., • , Louis Meader Jr ., has always lived at Lockport . After completing his schooling he engaged in general farming on the old hom...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Former GHost Town Citizens Hold Reunion Traver . Callf' ^ One of California's [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Former GHost Town Citizens Hold Reunion Traver . Callf ^ One of Californias best known ^ ghdst towns returned to life here \ wltii a population of approximately ^ 500-citizens for one day , when . visitors ? came from as far north as Sacramento < and as far soutli as Los AngelesriV ; Citizens ^ ls the * proper word to describe the , returning population , for all of the 50 X > 7 persons were former residents , gathered in reunion . It was the 45 th anniversary of the founding of Traver , once a 8 , 000 population center of a great grain and horticultural ^ tf area . • „ - ,.. Every building , In the town has disappeared ., The last , to go was the Del Zante hotel , burned to the ground last year , together , ^ wlth a little store . Alkali wasjjesponslble for Trover s demlseas a-munlclpality . The chemical came tp ^ the -surface with irrigation , killlng t grajn , orchards and vineyards . - rp J -, Fault , oi the Public * iw . We do notiblame the political orato...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TO CONSIDER YOUNG REPARATIONS PLANS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

TO CONSIDER YOUNG REPARATIONS PLANS Powers Conference to Be Opened During the Month . Washington . —Adoption of a hands off policy by the United States government in the operations of the proposed international bank of settlement for German reparations is assured for the present at least . Paris . —A conference of the powers Interested in the reparations settlement probably , will open some time about July 35 , official French circles indicated . Switzerland would be chosen as the neutral , ground for the negotiations which would have as their object substitution of the l oung plan for the Dawes : settlement , and evacuation- of the Khlneland . Probably also Included on the agenda of the : -conference will be the question of disposal of the Saar coal basin and of . the German mandate for some former German colonies . It ¦ was understood here -. these questions would ce »^^ i ^ Pl ^ i ^ fi ^^^; ments : to the contrary , u It , was ? rfr * called that neither the . Saar basin nor the ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Predicts Smaller Wheat Crop , but Higher Prices [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

Predicts Smaller Wheat Crop , but Higher Prices Washington . — Using condition- reports received from all over the world , the Department of Agriculture announced that exclusive of Russia and China a world wheat crop-5 per cenl smaller than last year was to be expected for the year 1929-1930 season . This reduction , the department added , would probably more than offset the 1928-1929 carryover and it therefore seems likely that world market prices Cor wheat through the 1929-1930 season will average somewhat higher than they have through the 1928-1929 season . Mr * . Wilton Buy § Dixie Home Danville , Va . —Mrs . Woodrow Wilson , widow of the war President , has purchased Tarover , an old two-story rock house in Halifax county , Virginia , and will occupy it as a summer residence . Air Disaster Laid to Broken Bolt * . London . — Broken connecting rod bearing bolts have been assigned as i the cause of the crash of the British Airways liner , City of Ottawa , causing seven deaths on ....

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM BUREAU MEMBERS GET COPY OF FARM BILL [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

FARM BUREAU MEMBERS GET COPY OF FARM BILL Illinois Farmers to Study New Measures and Co-operate in Working Out Problem A , Federal Farm Board of eight men authorized to foster co-operative marketing , ? tn encourage the organization of stabilization corporations , and to work out means of limiting production ; a series of commodity advisory committees of seven men each ; a revolving fund of $ 500 , 000 , 000 to be 1 used for making loans at four per cent interest or less to co-operatives ; and a provision for the organization , of clearing house associations to minimize waste and loss in the marketing : of farm- roducts ; these are the salient features , of the Agricultural Marketing Act recently . • signed by . President Hoover , states the Illinois Agricultural Association in a report to the Will County Farm Bureau . . The Illinois Agricultural Association announces that- the July issue of the Bureau Farmer to be off the press within the next few days will carry the Act 1 in full ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
TOO EARLY TO SELECT BREEDING COCKERELS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

TOO EARLY TO SELECT BREEDING COCKERELS The following suggestion is sent out to poultry misers by Mr . H . H , Alp of the University of Illinois . What happens to the spring cockerels which grow / the uickest , those which weigh 2 to 3 pounds before most of the . flock weighs near as much ? Is it not true that usually they are sold ? Quite often the most promising young cockerels are sold as broilers , because they are- the ones which ) grow the uickest , and they are the ones which have natural vigor and vitality ; The slower developing bird of tern saves his neck because he ! is not ready to be sold as a broiler along with those which grow : more rapidly . Vigor is often lacking in many of the males which are reserved for breeders . This condition is really a serious one . In Illinois it is difficult to raise , turkeys , chiefly because many breeding flocks lack vigor , why?—because when it comes time to market turkeys for the Thanksgiving and Christmas markets the best and heavies...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
PRUNING AND STAKING TOMATOES DOESN'T PAY [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

PRUNING AND STAKING TOMATOES DOESNT PAY Experiments do not show enough evidence of increased yields , superior quality of fruit or earliness of ripening , to justify the staking and pruning of tomatoes , but many gardeners continue to support this practice , according to I ,. H . Strubinger , of the horticulture department , College of Agriculture , University of Illinois . They attempt to justify the practice because of the continued cultivation that is made possible and that may be very advantageous during- periods of dry weather . Supporting the vines also keeps ; the fruit off the ground so that less damage is caused by contact with moist earth during hot weather . Such practices also facilitate harvesting and preparing for market , since the fruits are more easily seen and need very little , • If any , cleaning and wiping . Pruning and staking tomatoes is expensive for material and labor involved .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FARM BUREAU IS REP -RESENTED AT TAX MEET IN WASHINGTON , D . C [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

FARM BUREAU IS REPRESENTED AT TAX MEET IN WASHINGTON , D . C New York State Levies Taxes According to Ability to Pay John C . Watson , tax : director for the Illinois Agricultural Association , who is well known in Will County , just returned from the national tax : conference at Washington called by the States Chamber of Commerce . The purpose of the meeting was to study local , state and federal methods of taxation , and the need for tax reform . The State of New York , which adopted the state income tax several years ago , established a new high record for personal income tax collections in 1929 with a . total of $ 81 , 000 , 000 . Onehalf of this , or $ 40 , 500 , 000 will be distributed July 1 to the various county treasuries . This sum , the greatest ever to be distributed in the history of the state , is . $ 10 , 000 , 000 more than the money distributed last year when a . little over ? 30 , 000 , 000 was spread among the counties . The Illinois Agricultural Association ¦ wit...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
U . OF I . DEFINES ITS POLICY ' ON MIXED FERTILIZERS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

U . OF I . DEFINES ITS POLICY ON MIXED FERTILIZERS Mixed commercial fertilizers j no doubt may be used with profit in many instances , but it is just as certain that in many other cases their use would T : lead to financial loss , according to a statement just issued by the College » of-Agriculture , University of Illinois , ? in the form of a new extension cir- _ cular . The publication , Caring for the ; Fertility of Illinois Soils , was written , ^ by L . H . Smith and F . C . Bauer . - j . The chief . requirements for permanent and profitable soil fertility , ac - cording to the circular , are adequate ,. ^ drainage , application of limestone » ¦ where necessary , a good cropping * sy 8- Y - tern ,, including suitable fegumes : T for » ii soil improvement ; provision > lor organic < matter by returning regularly jmimaj ^ and plant . manures , and pjirchase « o { , »^ mineral plant-food / elements to supply * ,- % deficiencies ^ : . Th ese . i are the . basi...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FIXED PLAN FOR SETTLING ' UP SAVES MANY DISPUTES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

FIXED PLAN FOR SETTLING UP SAVES MANY DISPUTES Members of threshing rings maysuf-j fer from much unfairness during : the * : coming threshing teason unless some ; definite plan is followed in settling ^ labor differences , according ¦ to .-B .. ;| C : 5 Ross , of the farm organization ,: and ? management department , College of J Agriculture , University of Illinois . ; ; : & Three methods are in common use ; : based upon the threshing time or the : bushel or acres threshed . In each , thev principle is the same , namely , that each member pays for any help receive ed in excess of that furnished to : the ; ring or is paid if he furnishes morehelp than he receives . Of the- threej methods , the time , basis is the most satisfactory , since it follows the usual plan of determining wages by theiUrnp ( Continued on Page Three ) M

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

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A LASj ^ TO SIGN PACT .. [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 3 July 1929

A LASj ^ TO SIGN PACT .. Hirohito . t / Tokyo . —The Japanese emperor has signed the Kellogg antiwar pact , which becomes effective as soon as Japans ratification , the last among the ^ signatory nations , is deposited at Washington . . •

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