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Central America Take * More American Wheat [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Central America Take * More American Wheat Washington . —Central American demands for United States wheat are constantly Increasing , according to a Commerce department bulletin , with an Increase of approximately 15 per cent In the shipment of flour In 1928 over , the figures for 1927 . Tokyo Flight Is Halted Tacoma Field , Tacoma , Wash . — Turning over on Its right wing 150 feet . down the runway , the monoplane City of Tacoma crashed , here when Lieut . Harold Bromley started on his scheduled nonstop flight to Toklo . Bromley was not hurt , Two Killed . in . Explosion Hazleton , Pa . —An explosion of dynamite at the Peerless Powder com ? pany plant near White Haven , killed George Bench , twenty-three , and Ernest Klntuck , twenty-three . Four men were reported hurt . Canadian Aerial Progress Toronto . —Within two years the number of air passengers in Canada Increased from 6 , 000 to 47 , 000 . Canadian airmen have mapped about 250 ,- 000 miles of territory . Bars Women in Tobac...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Danger of Russo-China Clash Believed Ended [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Danger of Russo-China Clash Believed Ended M . onaon .-r-Offlclal . quarters admitted definite word of opening of direct negotiations between Soviet Russia and Nationalist China for : solution of the Chinese Eastern controversy . They felt all but certain hostilities be- . tween the two nations have been averted . It was believed possible the direct negotiations , following preliminary meetings , had already begun , either at Harbin or Mukden , seat of the Manchurlan capital , ,

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Rust-Resisting Wheat Reported in Winnipeg [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Rust-Resisting Wheat Reported in Winnipeg Winnipeg . —Hundreds of millions of ; dollars will be saved by Canadian ¦ r grain growers from the . discovery by research experts 1 of the agriculture department of Canada at- Manitoba Agricultural college laboratories , Winnipeg , . of a wheat which will successfully resist rust . - The experiments have been under • way for a considerable time and progress has been reported , but the stage has now been reached where the results Justify the assurance , the department feels .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Urges Strengthening of Panama Canal Defenses [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Urges Strengthening of Panama Canal Defenses Panama . —Panama canal military construction projects costing $ 25 , 000 ,- 000 , of which $ 7 , 000 , 000 is to be de- . -, voted to aviation development , were -outlined by Congressman W . Frank James - - of Michigan , chairman of the : - house military affairs committee , on . an Inspection here . At present plans ; for air expansion call for $ 5 , 000 , 000 for development of Alibrook field on the Pacific-side and $ 2 , 000 , 000 for Im- : provement of France field on the At- . lantic side .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
RKWRK % CONVi & tiS £ gf ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

RKWRK % CONVi & tiS £ gf ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE : Use Machine Guns , Fire All . Buildings ; Two Killed . Auburn , N . Y . —Fighting with machine guns and rifles , 1 , 700 convicts In the state prison here rose In revolt and came close to effecting a general Jail delivery , x Two of , the ^ leaders of the rebellion . were killed and an unknown number Injured . -Four guards were wounded and several convicts escap while the old prison blazed like a gigantic torch and terror spread over the whole countryside . The loss by fire was $ 250 , 000 . Every building within the great walls was set afire . All the structures that were inflammable were burned to their foundations . Telephone wires were torn out and fire . hose was cut . Massed attacks were made : on the outer wall and-shot exchanged for shot with the guards . ¦ The two convicts slain were Joseph CIrrlgone , arson , serving a term of aevenland one-half years to fifteen years ; term began November 4 , 1927 ; George- Wright ,...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
» fSMl *« M |* ea « t «^>«^***«> SM > Sa «>«<«*« Inj L ^^ l State News r [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

» fSMl *« M |* ea « t «^&amp;gt;«^***«&amp;gt; SM &amp;gt; Sa «&amp;gt;«&amp;lt;«*« Inj L ^^ l State News r Walter Burton , forty-five , of Peking , died of heart disease while swimming In the . Big Muddy river near Hurst . George W . Armstrong , president of the First National Bank of Kewanee for 11 years , died at the age of eighty-one . Frank Dyer , seven , son 1 of Mr . and Mrs . ; Fr ., ncls L . Dyer , of Freeport , was drowned while in the Pecatonica river while swimming . James Henry Abcll , eighty-nine , wealthy retired farmer and director In the J . B . Colgrove &amp;amp; Co . State bank , died in Taylorville . The Hery-tongued senator from Alabama , Thomas J . Heftin , will address a gathering of Klunsmen in Decatur September 1 at a Ku Klux klan ceremonial ; ftichard Stoekhome and -A ..- L . Pettenger , employees of the Watseka Republican for many years , have _ purchased the Benton County Tribune at Fowler of Kdward Beechley . To live in a sorority...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
^ 1—PICTORIAL—mt UOLF INSTRUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

^ 1—PICTORIAL—mt UOLF INSTRUCTION ¦ By H . B . Martin - Feet Should Be Well Apart in Driving TO MAKE a successful drive one must always look first to the stance . Unless one is an expert , Indeed his feet should be well apart , a preventative against a sway or false movement of the body . It Is very difficult for the body to get very far out of line when the feet are spread the right distance . The right distance Is not hard to determine . One can tell quickly U the f ^ et are too far apart , as there will be a lack of security or the feeling that one is not balanced just right to hit a hard blow . The body will feel less assertive and the main force will come from the legs and arms with the body doing its part at just the right moment—the Impact . Deepest Rivers The Amazon Is the deepest river In the world , being 1 , 200 feet at Its month and 620 feet one thousand miles from Its mouth . Next is said to be the Sagucn ay , which Is 500 to 600 feet deep .

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

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Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Kankakee s / aT : Fair 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 1929 AUGUST 12 , 13 Complete Agricultural Exhibition Splendid Livestock Show MONDAY . August 12 th—Soldiers Day . TUESDAY . August 13 th—Illinois Day . WEDNESDAY , August 14 th—Indiana and Kankakee Day . THURSDAY , August 15 th—Livestock Day . FRIDAY , August 16 th— : Home-Coming Day and Chicago Day . SATURDAY . August 17 th—Automobile Races . , MAGNIFICENT , BRILLIANT HORSE i SHOW AFTERNOON AND EVENING Complete Free Circus in Front of the Grandstand Spirited and Hotly Contested Running , Har ness and Chariot Races Every Afternoon $ 100 , 000 Premiums , Races and Attractions 8 , 000 Miles of Illinois Paved Roads Lead to the Kankakee Fair 40-Foot Paved Boulevard From Chicago to Kankakee World s Greatest Outdoor Entertainment LEN SMALL . Secretary KANKAKEE ; ILLINOIS , i - - - V .,, . ... . .. i .. as - Why Putter Around With dull tools and saws , or an old lawn mower that will hardly cut . Our Prices Are Always Reasonable We grind all kinds ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

^ ^ ^ ^ THE FASTEST GROWING INDEPENDENT MOTOR FUEL IN THE MIDDLE WEST WILL COUNTY FARM SUPPLY j COMPANY Office Phone 3593 Joliet , 111 . Office : C . &amp;amp; J . Building Warehouse Phone 4080 Henneberry Motor Sales Come in and See the New Six-Gylinder Chevrolet Used Car Headquarters of Will County OUR BUSINESS WAS BUILT ON GOOD SERVICE A ^ 3 1928 Chevrolet Sedans I 2 1928 Chevrolet Coupes I 2 1928 Chevrolet Coaches 1 3 1927 Clievroiei Coaches I 3 1926 ? Chevrolet Sedans I 3192 ft ChevVolet Coupes ^ I 3 19 _ 6 Chevrolet Coaches ^ I 2 1925 Chevrolet Sedans r , / 1 1927 Hudson Coach 1 1926 Studebaker Big Six Sedan 11927 Pontiac Coach 11927 Essex Coach 1 1927 Oakland Coach 1 1926 Oakland Roadster 1 1926 Biiick Coach 1 1925 Dodge Touring MANY GOOD USED TRUCKS Henneberry Motor Sales I [ CHEVROLET DEALERS I 802 N . CHICAGO STREET PHONES 4884-4885 Where Automobiles are : I Priced Right Financed Right I Guaranteed Right I ^¦ MssH . slHHHMHHHHHMMHM . aHMHHHIlH I . HMH

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Ill ^^^ - ^\ Visit Niagara Falls , Canada and || fj II the East via C &amp;amp; B Line Palatial Steamers || | HI Ty / HETHER traveling by train or auto , enjoy an all night s ride | nil W on beautiful Lake Erie . C &amp;amp; B Line Steamers are magnificent | III 11 floating hotels with large comfortable staterooms , excellent dining If HI toom service and courteous attendants . Music and Dancing on the I 111 E HI __________ Autoijts , save sdsyC &amp;amp; B Line wsy . Avoid miles and I I III Tri ^ Ie T ^ r eiev ^ d andBuffaloDivision If I . ^ T . . If Esch way , every night . leaving at 9 : 00 p . m ., striving IE 9 1 LesveCIevelsnd . either 7 : 30 s . m ., ( E . S . T . ) Msy 1 st to November 15 th . II J po &amp;amp; SStTle eX Cleveland and Pt . Stanley , Can ., Division | j ||! l || l most picturesque sec- Daily service , leaving Cleveland , 12 : 00 midnight , at- || j ({ 9 11 tionsofCinada . tnclud- living Pt . Stanley , 6 : 00 a . m ., June 29 th to Sept . 7 th ...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
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CENTRALIZED RADIO " HELPS IN TEACHING [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

CENTRALIZED RADIO HELPS IN TEACHING The New Unit Takes Programs to School Rooms and to \~* &amp;gt; . Hotel Guests . Guestsin hotels today are turning on a „ radio program in their rooms as easily sis they switch on the electric light , pupils In schools are listening to valuable lectures given far away , and tenants in . thoroughly . modern apartments ¦ . are connecting their receiving sets as easily as they connect their electric irons by use ot one of the newest and most interesting radio developments ; Centralized radio sprang into wide use immediately with its recent introduction by the Radio Corporation- of America , whose engineers : perfected it . The ; reception of any one of four programs in rooms of hotels , schools , libraries , clubs , hospital s : or other buildings is supplied through wall speakers no more conspicuous than a well hung • picture . The programs may bV heard also through separate loud speakers easily connected with a • wall fplate • ¦• or through hea...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
FLEEING MAN CAUGHT BY A RADIO PICTURE [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

FLEEING MAN CAUGHT BY A RADIO PICTURE Constantio Queruben has a chance • today . to share a certain pride with the old crook character in Bayard Velllers famous play , Within the Law , in that he introduced a new era in criminal history . Velller s character , boasted that he was the first man to use a Maxim silencer in shooting ¦ his victim . Queruben was the first man captured by detectives by means of a radio photograph . The chase after which Queryhen Is . being taken back to New York to face charges of swindling and forgery extended over 5 , 500 miles and ended in Honolulu harbor . The sleepy Filipino was roused from his berth at G o clock on a recent morning and identified positively by a facsimile radio photograph , taken from an original in the flies of the Bureau of Information in New York Police Headquarters and projected 2 , 600 miles across the Pa- , ciflc Ocean by the Radio Corporation of America . Bird Statistics The most abundant birds tn the United States are the rob...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
YOUNG ^ OFFlCIAtS IN YOUTHFULINDUSTRV [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

YOUNG ^ OFFlCIAtS IN YOUTHFULINDUSTRV TheVannouncement the other day of the list of ^ officers foj the RadioVictor Corporation of America , just formed to handle . the sales , and distribution of / the products- of the Radio - Corporation and the Victor Talking Machine Company , shows * a preponderance ot youthful officials in this company which combines the interests of two of the biggest and youngest industries . David Sarnoff , executive vicepresident of the Radio Corporation , who is chairman of the Board of Radio-Victor , is 38 years old . Incidentally , he-climbed to his present high position from a start as a messenger boy . An average of well under middle age is maintained by the ether officials : J . L . Ray , President ; I . E . Lambert , Vice-President and General Counsel ; A . E . Reoch , Vice-President in charge of Production , Service and Traffic ; H . C . GrubVs , Vice-President of the Victor Talking Machine Division ; Quinton Adams , Vice-President ot the Engineering...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
EIGHT NEW AMERICAN RADIO LINKS ABROAD [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

EIGHT NEW AMERICAN RADIO LINKS ABROAD The inauguration of eight new international radio services in the last year by R . C . A . Communications , Inc ., subsidiary of the Radio Corporation of A nierica are announced in the report of the corporations directors , just issued , taking radio to thirty-two countries outside the United States . This advance of America in international radio communication is a matter o £ great importance to the United States not only because of the swift and accurate service thus increased , a service which . already has brought down international cable tolls , but also because it shows the United States is - holding against some difficulty a leadership in radio communication o £ which Americans may well be proud . The new international radio services inaugurated in the year were to Mafacaibo , Venezuela ; Shanghai by the way of the Philippines , Montreal , Portugal , Australia by . way of Montreal , Curacao in the Dutch West Indies , Liberia and Cuba . Tr...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SHE MAKES BIG GAIN BECAUSE OF A LOSS [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

SHE MAKES BIG GAIN BECAUSE OF A LOSS Mrs . Amy Boulter of 135 West Eighty-third street ) New York , a widow with two young sons , just has been handed a certificate for two hundred shares of stock in the Radio Corporation of America . The stock replaced two hundred shares of original no par value common • stock represented by two certificates which were lost after Mrs . Boulter put them in . the mall on May 22 , 1923 . The transaction which Just has been completed was the happy end of a long wait by Mrs . Boulter for the expiration of the legal period in , which the shares represented by the lost certificates might have been presented for exchange . : . MRS . AMY BOULTER Many times In those years while she was supporting herself and her sons by nursing and renting some of the rooms in her apartment , Mrs . Boulter says now , she wished she could sell her stock . When the time of waiting was up a tew days ago Mrs . Boulter found that the $ 811 she invested through a broker on the ins...

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Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Cloud of Sparrows Stops Band Concert [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

Cloud of Sparrows Stops Band Concert Reglna , Sask . —Invading the stadium rink at Estevan , where the Regina Symphony orchestra was billed to stage a concert , thousands of sparrows made it impossible for artists to continue . Chirping loudly and flying over the heads of the audience , the birds refused to be driven out until the ball was cleared and a number of the feathered Invaders shot

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
SHAWS JOLIET AWNING CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

SHAWS JOLIET AWNING CO . Just a Shade Better Awning and Tent Manufacturers Located at 520 Division Street , ; JoHet , III ., that Rank with the Biggest and Best in this Section . They Have Facilities that Enable Them to Produce Quality 1 Awnin g s , Tents and Tarpaulins at Most Reasonble Prices—\ Firm Enjoys High Reputation for Quality Work . Have a Large Following From Surrounding Sections—Mr . Shaw , the Proprietor , Has Been Identified with the Tent and Awning Business for jMany Years—He Thoroughly Understands Every Detail Connected with this All-Important Work . Telephone Joliet 4000 . Here is a firm that manufactures . a product that not only is practical and serviceable , but one which lends beauty and attractiveness to any home or building . Rapid strides have been made during recent years in home construction . T . oday more than ever , good looking serviceable , practical awnings are considered as necessary to the good looking home as a nicely cut and kept lawn . Awnings ad...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
HENNEBERRY IMPLEMENT CO . [Newspaper Article] — Farmers' Weekly Review — 31 July 1929

HENNEBERRY IMPLEMENT CO . Farm Machinery and Supplies Locate ^ at 803 N . Chicago Street . Sales Agents for the Cas | e Farm Implements and Machinery . Case , the World s Largest Builders of Threshers and . Combines . The . Proprietor , Mr . Bartelt , is a Man of Wide Experience in this Business and has Won for Himsolf a Host of Friends Throughout This Section by His . Fair and Square Business . Dealings . Jolie Telephone 1286 for Prompt , Efficient Service and Quality Merchandise . It s a . conceded fact that equipment is equilly essential as ability to the production of first class , high grade work . This holds true in the industrial world , it holds good in the commercial , world—and it holds good in the agricultural world—too , because . no farm can be made a profitable farm regardless of how extensive the knowledge of the farmer unless he be equipped with implements and machinery that aid him in this all important work . Farmers in this section are generally conceded to be mor...

Publication Title: Farmers' Weekly Review
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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