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  Chronology 1934
During this time, the U.S. government would maintain military and naval bases in the islands, Philippine court decisions were subject to review by the U.S. Supreme Court, and tariffs would be imposed on Philippine sugar, coconut oil, and fibers in excess of specific quotas.
In April 1934, King Alexander of Yugoslavia began a grand tour of Europe designed to help build up alliances to counter the growing power of Germany.
Newfoundland achieved substantial economic and financial recovery progress during 1934 and announced that most import duties for the colony would be lowered on January 1, 1935.
www.indiana.edu /~league/1934.htm   (4915 words)

  Pierre-Edmond Robert :: Europe 1934-1939 : Les voyages en URSS
Mais après les journées de février 1934 en France, l'arrivée au pouvoir d'Hitler en Allemagne, et à la suite d'une progressive évolution personnelle, dont son second mariage, il s'est aligné sur les positions soviétiques qu'il a justifiées dans la conclusion de son second roman, L'Âme enchantée.
Dans une autre de ses " Chroniques ", le 15 décembre 1934, J.-R. Bloch, avec " Commentaires : d'U.R.S.S. ", poursuit son périple en Géorgie et en Arménie, s'émerveille des statistiques qui mesurent les progrès de ces régions.
De 1934 à 1936, l'U.R.S.S. est également présente dans les numéros de La N.R.F. Le 1er novembre 1934, on trouve un ensemble de documents sur le 1er Congrès des Écrivains soviétiques, qui s'est tenu à Moscou du 17 au 31 août 1934, et dont Europe a parlé dans son numéro du 15 septembre.
www.europe-revue.info /histoire/actes/robert.htm   (4720 words)

  Quake: 1934   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Clearly the 1934 foreshocks are dramatic, with two magnitude 5 shocks and 13 felt and/or located magnitude 3-4 shocks in the 67 hours before the 1934 main shock.
All of the well-located aftershocks were on the fault southeast of the main shock epicenter, suggesting that fault rupture during the main shock progressed from the northwest toward the southeast.
Because the surface waves generated by the 1934 main shock are nearly identical to those generated in 1922 and in 1966, the surface-wave magnitudes for the 1922, 1934 and 1966 main shocks are all about 6.
quake.wr.usgs.gov /research/parkfield/history/1934.html   (444 words)

 Mandate for Palestine - Report of the Mandatory to the LoN (31 December 1934)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The general allegation is that in furthering Jewish immigration and permitting the purchase of land by Jews the Government is encompassing the economic annihilation of the Arab population.
Judgment was pronounced on 19th March, 1934, by the Chief Magistrate of Jaffa, who imposed a sentence of ten months' imprisonment with hard labour on ten of the accused and five months' imprisonment with hard labour on five others, the remaining three being acquitted.
Towards the end of 1934, there were grounds for believing that the preventive measures taken by the Palestine Government had resulted in a substantial reduction of illicit immigration.
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 1934 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1934 (MCMXXXIV) was a common year starting on Monday (link will take you to calendar).
June 9 - Release of the animated short The Wise Little Hen, directed by Bert Gillett for the Silly Symphonies series, featuring the debut of Donald Duck.
June 10 - Italy beat Czechoslovakia 2-1 after extra time to win the 1934 World Cup.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1934   (1917 words)

 Kansas History as Published in the Press and Kansas Historical Notes, May 1934
The story of education in Kansas since the days when school was held in crude log cabins was told by leaders in the state's educational field in a mimeographed publication for members of the Kansas Educators' Club, which was edited by its president, C. Oman.
The volume, issued in February, 1934, is the tenth anniversary number of "The Kansas Educator." "A History of the Schools of Garnett, Kansas," an article written by Mr.
As a feature of the issue for March 12, 1934, a description of Alcove Springs and a sketch of the life of Williamson Franklin Boyakin, as prepared by Clyde K. Rodkey, were published.
www.kshs.org /publicat/khq/1934/34_2_offthepress.htm   (5364 words)

 U.S. Policy: Communications Act of 1934
By 1934 pressure to consolidate all telecommunication regulation for both wired and wireless services prompted new legislation with a broader purpose.
President Franklin Roosevelt's message requesting new legislation was published in January 1934, the Senate held hearings on several days in March while the House held a single day of hearings in April, a conference report melding the two differing bills together appeared in early June, and the act was passed on 19 June.
The 1934 act, despite its many amendments, is increasingly seen as an anachronism needing replacement to match today's needs.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/U/htmlU/uspolicyc/uspolicyc.htm   (571 words)

 Timeline 1934-1935
1934 Feb 6, In France anti-republican and Fascist forces seized upon the Stavisky scandal and instigated anti-government demonstrations, culminating in the February 6, 1934 riot in front of the Chamber of Deputies in which 15 were killed.
1934 Oct 8, Bruno Hauptmann, a carpenter and illegal alien, was indicted for murder in the death of the infant son of Charles A. Lindbergh.
1934 Dec 1, Sergei M. Kirov, a collaborator of Josef Stalin, was assassinated in Leningrad, a stronghold of opposition to Stalin.
timelines.ws /20thcent/1934_1935.HTML   (12965 words)

 Radio History: 1934
Encouragement was very much needed in 1934: the average income was only $1,601 (Roosevelt devalued the dollar to 60 cents), while a new car cost $625.
In 1934, you would have opened up your latest issue of "Popular Songs" Magazine-- perhaps the one with Dick Powell on the cover (you were very happy that he was doing the "Hollywood Hotel" show on CBS), to learn the words to your favourite songs.
In 1934, you would have heard Benny Goodman and his orchestra on NBC for the first time; you could also still hear such famous bandleaders as Abe Lyman, Paul Whiteman and Fred Waring.
www.old-time.com /halper/halper34.html   (823 words)

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Smith Informational [Page 29] RFC 1934 Multilink Protocol Plus April 1996 Enter Add [remote caller] Action We've received a message from the remote requesting that bandwidth be added.
Smith Informational [Page 30] RFC 1934 Multilink Protocol Plus April 1996 [3] If current bandwidth greater than suggested bandwidth and adds are not locked: [1] Store the requested bandwidth.
Smith Informational [Page 39] RFC 1934 Multilink Protocol Plus April 1996 Request that a session be extended by dialing the integrated phone number.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1934.txt   (7059 words)

 Kansas History as Published in the Press, August 1934
The address given by Charles F. Colcord, president of the Oklahoma Historical Society, at the Barber county old settlers' reunion held in Medicine Lodge, February 9, 1934, was published in the March issue of the Chronicles of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City.
The Wichita Eagle and Beacon published special illustrated historical sections in their issues of April 8 commemorating the first meeting of the city council held in April, 1871, when Wichita was formally recognized as a city.
The history of the Church of Christ at Miltonvale was briefly sketched in the Miltonvale Record, April 12, 1934.
www.kancoll.org /khq/1934/34_3_offthepress.htm   (2945 words)

 Federal Communications Commission
The United States Federal Communications Commission, created by an act of Congress on 19 June 1934, merged the administrative responsibilities for regulating broadcasting and wired communications under the rubric of one agency.
The 1934 Act called for a commission consisting of seven members, reduced to five in 1983, appointed by the President and approved by Senate.
Many determinations regarding broadcasting regulations were made prior to 1934 by the Federal Radio commission, and most provisions of the Radio Act of 1927 were subsumed into Title III of the 1934 Communications Act.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/F/htmlF/federalcommu/federalcommu.htm   (3126 words)

 Related Picassos - Crucifixion Studies of the 1930's
This is also strongly implied in the 1934 drawing where the painter's hand can be seen resting upon the phallic, erect handle of his paintbrush in the central area of the composition.
There is also an extraordinary recurrence in the 1934 drawing of a distinctive shape like an animal or demon's eye that appears in two of Picasso's 1932 crucifixion studies.
Le Meurtre, 1934 and The Death of Marat, 1934
web.org.uk /picasso/r14.html   (179 words)

 Greatest Films of 1934
He packs his family and belongings into their car for a trip out West to California to his "orange grove." Includes classic slapstick scenes and routines, including the ruination of his store by a blind detective, and the back porch swing scene where he attempts to get some sleep.
However, in league with the devious Chauvelin (Raymond Massey), she sets a trap for the Pimpernel in return for the lives of her arrested friends, and is astounded to learn that the Pimpernel is her own husband.
The first (and considered the best) in the entertaining series of six films, the debut of the charismatic, beloved team of Powell/Loy as the suave, sophisticated, happy, and fun-loving detective couple.
www.filmsite.org /1934.html   (1518 words)

 1934 Athletic Index
In 1934, Frank Wykoff, who was 24 years old, and a teacher at Carpinteria Elementary School -- set a new 'flying start' world record in the 100-yard dash to beat at 8.7s.
Wykoff's record of 8.7s made the "Ripley's Believe it or not" index.
Caricature regarding "Flying Start" Time Record also a newspaper article describing how Wykoff set the new world record in the 100 yard dash with a flying start in 8.7 seconds at the Pentathlon held in Los Angeles on 6-9-34.
frankwykoff.com /1934.htm   (179 words)

 Minutes of 1934
A motion was made by Bro J. Allen to change the date of our meeting from the 1 Sunday in Sept to the 12 of August 1934.
We were glad to hear the letter read of R. Wilson accepting the call of the Glencoe Baptist Church as pastor.
night Oct 17, 1934 the church was called in to a short conference, before prayer meeting to elect a janitor for our church.
www.bitwisegifts.com /glencoenc/gbc/min1934.htm   (1065 words)

 1934 World Series by Baseball Almanac
Charlie Gehringer led Detroit with a.379 average and Greenberg hit.321 with a Series leading seven runs batted in.
Despite quality hitting on both sides, pitching was the deciding factor in the 1934 Series.
Dizzy and Paul Dean were standouts after winning forty-nine games in the regular season and both had combined for all four St. Louis victories in the 1934 Series.
www.baseball-almanac.com /ws/yr1934ws.shtml   (818 words)

 Gospel Herald Obituary - November 1934
Rex was one of a class of eleven converts who were soon to have been received into church fellowship, but God saw fit, after a few days of suffering here which was patiently and without complaint endured by him, to receive him into the Church triumphant.
She was afflicted with a paralytic stroke 2 years ago, Aug. 13, that kept her bedfast for several weeks; but again rallied, that she could attend church services but was left partially an invalid.
She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Catharine Bucher, being the fifth of a family of 12 children: 4 died when yet small, 8 growing to manhood and womanhood and having families of their own.
www.mcusa-archives.org /MennObits/34/nov34.html   (10095 words)

 Between The Lines
He and Tilden were sued for moneys in 1934 by an individual who claimed to have a verbal agreement to be Vines’s agent in turning pro.
(In a tabulation released in early 1934, Tilden was listed ahead of Kozeluh in their lifetime series, 79-24.) Kozeluh won in four sets, an error-prone Tilden reacting poorly to Kozeluh’s ball placement.
As 1934 entered its final months, it was evident that Vines, Nusslein, and Tilden stood at the top of the pros.
www.tennisserver.com /lines/lines_03_03_01.html   (7305 words)

 Amazon.com: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) / Secret Agent: DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: )
I have The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) in a DVD set together with The 39 Steps, Sabotage, and The Lady Vanishes.
Some reviewers feel that this 1934 version is better than the one from 1956.
Two stars for 1934 and four or five stars for 1956.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B00004YKR7?v=glance   (419 words)

 GunCite - Gun Control: Machine Guns
Machine guns are subject to a $200 tax every time their ownership changes from one federally registered owner to another, and each new weapon is subject to a manufacturing tax when it is made, and it must be registered with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) in its National Firearms Registry.
Since 1934, there appear to have been at least two homicides committed with legally owned automatic weapons.
One was a murder committed by a law enforcement officer (as opposed to a civilian).
www.guncite.com /gun_control_gcfullau.html   (879 words)

 A New Gangster
Before 1934, the Hays Office's Production Code of 1930 acted as checks on the graphic nature of gangster movies.
By 1934, outrage against the perceived vulgarity of gangster movies had reached a boiling point.
Protestors swore a pledge to "do all that I can to arouse public opinion against...depicting criminals of any class as heroes and heroines..." (born to lost, 220) Lists of condemned films were compiled, theaters were picketed, and school children marched carrying anti-smut banners.
xroads.virginia.edu /~UG02/gangsters/censorship.html   (732 words)

 Social Security Online History Pages
These speeches delivered during 1934 and 1935 make his case that the nation is in a mess and that his Share The Wealth program is the solution.
Now, when we got to December 31, 1934, the national deficit had been raised by the Roosevelt depression to $28,478,000,000, or an increase of approximately $9 billion, and most of it is just that much more debt, good and simple.
Clearly, the average employed worker's standard of living was lower in 1934 than 1933, although his average yearly income rose from $1,029 to $1,099 in 1934.
www.ssa.gov /history/longsen.html   (14301 words)

 1934   (Site not responding. Last check: )
This 1934 coiffure was created by Clarence Felix, hairstylist, Minneapolis who was awarded first prize in a finger-waving contest at the American Cosmeticians Association Convention, Chicago.
A triangular-shaped section is created in the bang area to be used for sculpture curls.
Hair in the triangular section is arranged in soft sculpted curls.
www.hairarchives.com /private/archive2/30s/30s.htm   (124 words)

 Mexico - 1823-National flag "official" variant used in 1934-1968
On February 5th 1934 the flag and coat-of-arms models were newly redefined and (its definition) kept in the National General Archive.
The Coat of Arms was adopted by Decree of February 5, 1934, and published in the DOF (Diario Oficial de la FederaciĆ³n) on the same day, its article 1 says:
A draft for coins and medals, shall be delivered to the "Casa de la Moneda".
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/mx_1934.html   (408 words)

 Plymouth cars of 1934
Not so - for 1934 Chrysler would market a new car, one which would feature more luxury items of the "high priced" class than the competitors in the low-priced field.
Production of the 1934 models began late in December or 1933 with a public announcement date set for January 13, 1934.
On July 26th production of the 1934 models had surpassed the total production of the 1933 models and on August 8th the one millionth Plymouth rolled from the assembly lines with Walter Chrysler on hand for the festivities.
www.allpar.com /history/plymouth/1934.html   (2265 words)

 Wole Soyinka (1934- )
Wole Soyinka was born Akinwande Oluwole Soyinka in Abeokuta, Nigeria on July 13, 1934.
The son of a canon in the Anglican Church, Soyinka grew up in an Anglican mission compound in Aké.
He is also known for his novels, autobiographical works, poetry, and criticism, and in 1986, he became the first African writer ever to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
www.imagi-nation.com /moonstruck/clsc53.html   (510 words)

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