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BRIAND IS PREMIER FOR ELEVENTH TIME [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
BRIAND IS PREMIER FOR ELEVENTH TIME Forms New Cabinet , Taking Up Work of Poincare . Paris . —The grizzled and wily veteran , Aristide Briand , was entrusted with the forming of his eleventh cabinet of France following Premier Poincare s refusal to reconsider his resignation . ¦ M . Briand , father of . the Locarno Idea and co-author with Secretary Kellogg of tlsjgfj \ ct to outlaw war , accepted Prfe ^ : it Doumergues- proffer after the ., tef ? l | s of ¦ practically every party had pS ^ -l him as the man for the post teSi The Poln || kQSabinet quit after the premier hatefiViired his ! colleagues that his IllnlfS- puil not permit him to attempt y i *? ft- \ rryj . on the work , M . Poincare w ££ i-Jricken In-the midst of his valianl ^ P 4 :, ! e to / force ratification by parlifetfe : of the American and British deliTpending accords . M ; Briand , who was foreign minister In the Poincare cabinet , takes the helm as France Is about to face the critical conference at The Hague , at ...
Schools in Manitoba Fired bv Malcontents [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
Schools in Manitoba Fired bv Malcontents Bemito , Manitoba . —Schools in this district have been placed under armed guard following the burning of 12 schoolhouses . The buildings destroyed were situated on both sides of the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border . Another element of unrest In the vicinity has been demonstrations by the so-called Sons of Freedom , who have paraded and nailed up posters denouncing war and advocating disarmament . This sect at times has objected to . sending Its children to school .
400 AGENCIES BACK MOVE TO SAVE EYES [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
400 AGENCIES BACK MOVE TO SAVE EYES Progress Made in Prevention of Blindness . New York City . —The last year has seen the most widespread ; campaign , for the prevention of blindness in thffl history of America , It is announced by Lewis H . Carris , managing director of the National Society for the Prevention of Blindness , in making public the society s fourteenth annual report . The movement for the prevention of blindness now has behind It not - only the organizations built up for this particular purpose , but also , the report shows , the medical profession , the . Held of education , ; organized • labor , the safety movement , the profession of social work , federal , state and . local governmental officers , and many j groups of public-spirited private citizens . Four hundred agencies . are co-oper-ating with the Society for the Prevention of Blindness . Men and women in every walk of life are now participating in the cam- • paign to save the eyes of the nation , Mr . Carris...
Fifth of Air Pilots Live in California [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
Fifth of Air Pilots Live in California San Francisco . —California had 1 , 038 aircraft pilots licensed to fly by the ; federal government , or nearly onefifth of all licensed pilots in the United : States on April 1 , according to an ¦ analysis of department of commerce , records , announced by Pacific Flyer , • coast aeronautical journal . ———— ——— — t Importance of Nonsense . &gt; London . —Nonsense is an exceedingly important element in life and peo- ; pie lacking in nonsense are not quite j right , according to J . Dover Wilson , • professor of English In London unlver- I sity . . i
BABY BEEF CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
BABY BEEF CLUB The 4-H clubs had a family picnic at the home of Mr . and Mrs . Reuben Hafenrichter : on Thursday evening , July 25 , at 6 : 30 P . M . On account of the rain the , picnic supper was held Inside . There were 7 S present at this meeting . Mr . Matter announced that the Baby Beef club is going to be represented at the Central States Fair this year . The Poultry club will also exhibit their projects at the fair . ¦¦;•¦ . The next meeting will be held Friday evening , August 30 at ( the Church School . The Dairy Calf club and the Corn club will have charge of the program . Duties of Citizenship Every gift or ability is a talent to be accounted for , and to be improved to our Master s advantage . Yet Is it also a debt to our country to have a calling ; and . it concerns the commonwealth that none be idle , but all busted . —George Herbert . • .
Wool Crop Is Largest in Thirty-Five Years [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
Wool Crop Is Largest in Thirty-Five Years Washington . —The United States wool crop for 1029 . was the largest in 35 years . The total production was estimated by the bureau of agricultural economics at 301 , 860 , 000 pounds , an increase of 2 , 753 , 000 pounds over the 1928 record . To Study Prohibition Results London . —The results and operation of prohibition in America are to be closely studied by the Labor government s royal commission , which will be set up to make an Inquiry into liquor-licensing laws . Woodman Official Dead Lincoln , Neb . —Ralph Emery Johnson , fifty-seven , supreme organizer of the Modern Woodmen of America , died at his home here-after an illness , of several weeks . He leaver a widow .
^¦ " ^ lyiiir ^ CAWft ® i -m ^ Wmmm cr < Pk [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
^¦ ^ lyiiir ^ CAWft ® im ^ Wmmm cr &lt; Pk \ ^ B * Wj | Hiram . LWhiainsonA / Ok Cash prizes totaling more than $ 150 ,- 000 will be awarded to exhibitors at the state i . ir this year , according to the 1920 premium lists . There are also many special purses as well as countless ribbons and other trophies . Harness race winners will receive a total , of $ 30 , 000 ; beef cattle , $ 19 , 000 ; dairy ! cattle and dual purpose breeds , nearly | $ 20 , 000 . Breeding stock and draft j breed horses wili draw $ 13 , 000 , while . the horse show animals will collect nearly $ 16 , 000 . , DeWitt Billman , secretary of the ^ legislative reference bureau , is engaged in the task of making 384 corrections in a book of 2 , 977 pages . [ That book is Siuitl ) -Hurd s Eevised . ; Statutes and the corrections are the revisions made necessary by the work of the last general assembly . This , legislature , in addition to the 384 changes In 50 odd chapters , passed several new laws , which m...
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
THE FARMERS WEEKLY REVIEW . J . P . HAYDEN , Editor V Published in the Interest of the Tanner ,.,.,. Third Avenue and Chicago Street , Joliet , Illinois . ¦ , • ¦¦¦ , Telephone 4178 All unsoticitod articles , manuscripts , letters and pictures sent to . The Farmers Weekly Review are sent at the owner s risk and the pnbllshers expressly repudiate any liability or responsibility for their safe custody or return . Adverttrtnc will be run untfl ordered ont . - Entered as second class man nutter at the post office at Joliet , El ., under Act of Congress , March . 8 , 1879 . ¦ -. ¦ .
SHE'S IN THE CABINET [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
SHES IN THE CABINET First Woman There , in the History of England Ramsay MacDonald , the British Socialist and Labor Prime Minister , thought the voters should know something about the cabinet selected by him . So he introduced his cabinet , one by one , to the whole nation , over the radio . Miss Margaret Bondfidld , the only woman that ever sat in the British cabinet , is not British Minister of Health , and is a sensible , extremely intelligent woman of mature years . Ramsay MacDonald showed his good sense , in putting her in the cabinet and in giving her that particular work to do . There ought to be a woman , better still , two or . three of them , in the United States cabinet , and a dozen of them ; to start with , ini the senate . There will be one woman senator beginning next year , Mrs . Ruth Hanna McCormick , daughter of Mark Hanna , who will be elected in Illinois . Women are needed , if only to remind the mem that they are there to attend to business .. How many importan...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
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FARMERS TOLD THEY MUST GET TOGETHER [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
FARMERS TOLD THEY MUST GET TOGETHER Lake Constance Gives Mirage as Spectacle Organization First Requisite for Relief . Washington . —The Presidents newly appointed federal farm board appealed to the farmers -of the country to organize if they desire financial assistance from the agencies set up •&gt; nder the . farm relief law passed by the federal : session . Chairman Legge said that so far as the board hod been able to discover no provision had been made for glv- ; loans to Individual farmers or to . tanner- groups unless they were organized under the state law as co-op-e ratlves : and were farmer-owned and controlled . Scores of applications from Individual farmers and small organizations have reached the board , Mr . Legge said . According to figures given out by the board , only about one-third of the farmers of the country are members of co-operatives and thus In a position to obtain such financial assistance as the board will offer when It is thoroughly organized . Th...
WASHINGTON BRIEFS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929
WASHINGTON BRIEFS Joseph Stewart , executive assistant to-the postmaster general and special assistant to the attorney general , died at his home alter-a long illness . President Hoover has proclaimed October 11 as a day for commemorating tile services of Brig . Gen . Catmir Pulaski , Revolutionary war ; general , who was killed ot the siege of Savannah . Reduction of major post office robberies almost to the vanishing point Is the hope of the Post Office department as the result of a decision to install teaSbonib device inside postal vault doors . ,: ¦[ Immigration from Mexico Is being reduced by a more rigid enforcement of regulations , according to Representative Box of Texas , who said the action had resulted In numbers of Mexicans returning home because of fear of deportation . The allurements of radio have drawn to Its service the talents of a former cabinet member . William M . Jardine , secretary : of agriculture-in the CoolIdge administration , has established a broadcaster...