|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
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|Paper||Midvale Journal Sentinel|
THEJORDANJOURNAL,IODVALE.UTAH Site of Near E~ast < ' • London Reds Easily Dispersed by Unan ned Bobbies 1liE . . . . »leAN Relief's Wilson Memorial ~: ' • ( L[<iiON (Copy tor l'his Department :SUl)PIIti i by the Atnertean Le~:ton News Service.) GIVES ATTEN TION TO DISABLED MEN Marked advances In go>ernmen tal care of disahled World war· veterans h:1Ye been made during the past year, according to u report on the work of the year prepared by Chairman Watson n. :\IiliPr, of the national rehabill· tat ion committee ot the American Legion. Improvem ents were In line with recommen dations mude by the Legion committee . Servi<'e of the United States Veterans' bureau was grl'atly Improved as a result of its de<'l!lltrulization, a review of all old and disallowed claims, a vast volume of correspond ence informing veterans of their rights under new le;.:islatlon and new regulation s nnd the preparatio n of a new rat1ng • in During tile trial of Communis ts on charges of seditious activity in London, a mob of unemploye d Heds paraded London by •· charged spot srheclnle. Bow street, where the trial was on, carrying the Red tlag and other radical banners. They were ''The isle of the Gods where dearth never /~ornes," so sang llomer thousands of years ago of this garden ln~o and cha~ges these of ect eff T.he . I Wilscm "Woodrow its completed has Helief East ~ear the bobbles, disarmed and quickly dispersed. In the Aegeun. It is the Greek Island of Syrn, :fhere 1 atwns 1JUS been to carrY the serv ce . youngsters refugee 2,000 for Memorlal," a model orphanage renter and traint g school of the hureuu out Into the field In Intimate contact wit]l the veteran and his dependent s. A new attitude of helpfulnes s and co-operatio n toward the veteran has marked the adminlstrution of the bureau. In May 8,000 more veterans were getting hospital care by the bureau than in July a year ngo. Four of J ev!'t'y five of the 29,424 veterans In hr ~. •ituls were In their home states, as against only one in two a year ago. Hospital facilities were Increased by !:· 5,000 beds during the year. New conij p?ans and beds, ,016 l add will struction .:j ddla six or five for wn dt·a ng bel are tlonal hospitals. Special attention is f\ l.Jeina given to providing for disabled ~:1 1vomen vett>rans, of whom 1,645 are drawing compensat ion, 241 are hos- f:j I'J~ nnd 1G5 have tuberculos is. 1 pitalized '' I' assn ge of tile Heed-.J ohnson bill 1 anrl iH< amendmen ts has resulted dur-, ·' llig the year in an inrt·ease in benefits ~'~~ to women tv :l!l,-!33 disabled men and -~ a total of $Hi,..t03,86G, an average per j of benefits Full $-tSl.aO. of ve-teran .~ this le;!l,;lation. )lr. Miller says, have . not yt•t been felt. · j On!~· al.Jout half of the 400,000 or ;ou,ooo old cases under re\·iew have ' heen completed. In about 15 per cent of these cases 'benefits from the new iaws accrue to the veteran or his deThese first pictures from Syria since the violent outbreak of the Druse ·rebellion ap;ainst the French there show a number of the mounted Druse !Jendents. warriors on the roud to Damascus , and the famous Sultan Pasha Altrach, Among those benefited during the lal thl'lr leader, who attacked a French tank single hanclPrl a!lrl killed its crew. first year of this legislation are 10,000 TillS is the Emory building in Washingto n. f<<'lected hy the War departmen t as the scene of the court-mnrt l\Joreland, ShPrmnn shell-shock ed wterans to a total ot f'ol. •.. q '" f'nlonPl Mitchell. anti at rlp-ht. of Col. William 1\lit<:hell of the air service. In" ' and 10,~81 tuberculos is $4,6~0.501 trial. the In U. S. A., judge advocate cases to a total o.( $8,493,489. Other ----..C.---~ bcneriC'laries Include helpless, totally ON PERSIAN THRON E deaf, and blind veterans and men afWALKE R VICTOR IN N. Y. flicted with sleeping sickness, amoebic ct~·~entery and paralysis agitans, Where Court-Martial of Mitchell Is" Being Held Druse Tribesmen Who Are Fighting the Frenc h I 2 I J tiJ ~: 'f I I Huge Liberty Bell of Light Mrs. Coolidge Sees Typical Boy Legion1 Ewe Plan Will Add to Endowm ent Fund I I Shepherds and boy:> and girl~' ::;heep club,; throu:;hon t tl.c country, It Is ex[ll'cte<l, will add thousands of dollars to the American Legion lj;3,000,UOO endowment fund for uisabled veterans and orphans of the World war, through the "Legion Ewe" plan conceived by W. W. Burch, editor of the AmeJ•!can Sheep Breeder and Wool Grower. 111r. Burch has suggested that e\·ery shl·pherd and every member of the boys and girls' sheep clubs in the eonntry pick out of his flock a good ewe and d;•dicate her to the Legion. The pro~eecls from her wool and lambs I· ath ~·~ar "would be given to the nearcit Legion post to apply to the dis· "..tl.Jled veterans and orphans' fund. Durin;!; the World war, at the suggestion of the Amel'ican Sheep Breeder and Wool Gro\\'l'l', the shepherd,; ol the country responded to the emer;.:eney IJy donaJ.irJg wool for mJ.Idug hlankt-ts for the sohlie-~·s. 'l'housands •>f pounds of \lool found lts way ;[rom the backs of sheep to the backs of tloughlwy~ through the generoslly of the gentle ::;hepherd in those bellicusi.! 'l'his sketch sh(IWS the de~ign f~r the Illuminate d Liberty bell that Is to be erected on South Broad street, Plulauelph ia, for that city's .sei:lqui·c~ntennlal next year. It will be as high us a six·story lmilding and Will contum 20,000 lamps. Rlza Khan, vrem' 'r and dicta I-- of - --Persia, as~nmed the throne as King - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - d.tn. Pahlav!a after the national parliamen t "\\'e want every owner of a flock, ha 1 deposer! the shah, who has been ho\\'ever large or small. to know what residing In Parts. hundreds of sl.epherds are doing for the disabled veterans arA orphans of HOWZE IN CHAIR the World war through thl! Legion ewe plan," said :\1r. Burch. "If those shepherds who hu ve not ~·et set aside their Legion ewe would do so the Legion fund would be oversubscr ibed. Pick out your Legion lamb." Reports l"l'aching national endowment headquartl rs indicate the Legion ewe vtun is being rapidly aoopted by vwners of flocks. I'roeeed!l f1·om the Legion ewe _,hould be sent to the nearest Legion post or to American Legion aatiunal hea'l(IUart ers at Indianapol is, Ind .. 1 Mr. Burch said. I Came ra Catches the Four T·afts . ' '·') '1 Senator "Jimmy" Walker, Democrat, wus electccl mr yor of • 'cw York, <lefeai.iug I<'. D. Waterman , by huge majority. Joseph Nevin, :-:on of :11lr. and l\lrs . .John Edward Nevin, selected us Wash- u the in Coolidge Ington's most t~·pi<:al American boy, culled on l\Irs. Calvin IN FATHER 'S PLACE 1nteref<t of the Boys' cl.ub. which is planning a new clubhouse. President Boys' of J.'ederution Coolidge is the honorary president of the Internatio nal Clubs. Failed Once, but in the Air Again r ~?-'"'!'. -:w " _.; Looks Risky "I'm nfrald we wouldn't be happy If I mar1·ied you," she aunqunced . "Why not?" uskecl her admirer. "I read that one out of every seven marriages is unhnppy, and I've already been married slx times."-Am e1·!can Legion Weekly. I !II Home Doubles i~.-Value The American Legion Is riding on Two Here ts the first photograp h ever made of Chief Justice Taft and his the !<'lorida real estate boom. post e three distinguish ed brothers. They lire, from left to right: Henry w. Taft, 1 years ago Edward C. DeSaus:<ur borne attorney, New York; Chief Justice Taft; Charles I'. Taft, Cincinnati capitalist of the Legion bO\lght the Legion the Hecently $45,()()(). for property school Taft the ot master head and Horace B. Taft, Gen. Robert L. llowze presiding and newspaper owner, $00,. tor ,.ffer an lbl.t down turned post the o! dedication the The photograp h was taken during ever the court-mart ial ot CoL William at Watertown , Conn. 000 cash for 1t. school ot the University of Cincinnati . Law Taft Alphonso new Mltchll! iu Washlngto r.. i' ,. ... "• ~-· .' Above Is pictured young • Hoh I,, Follette, recently elected In Wiscllnslt to succeed his father In the senate, 111 In his office In the SenatE "Down, but never out" applies to the navy plane PN-9, No. 1, which he appeared The room~ just failed to carry Command er Rogers and his crew to Honolulu from San building for the first time. by hla held those are Francisco. 1t is here seen In fliiht near Pearl Harbor after being recon- assigned to him father when allve. dltionerJ there.