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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1933, Greenville, Mississippi TO QN WAIt BROAD POWER TO AID FARMERS IS w in WWW WHI Be lo Obtain Cooperation l: Miir ill the MM will use Its us he tu III FOR MISSISSIPPI IN GREENVILLE BEER IN MILWAUKEE I K BOLD ASSERTION Officials Ur Trusle Wild HMl VI ministration Asserts In Illy Tim Associated Washington March Wallace j 111 today its hollof m relief executive he trusted and p woman tver to be the vitally house appropriations Associated Press Photo it Will T nf iif fur llu n uf WIIK in i TO SELL LAKE HOLMES COUNTY MAY RE and Wity lu Cily Miss Ian of owners and Honey Island in me in III having join other OK i K M f I lvlml Island I IN I AT -el MI LlnL Hi w III tin CITY I INK 10 ami Mali illicit Us Air Mull Mr II X I tills city had an In- to servo on slate tee of fifteen and those who will with him lire linn Lie of lohu llorden of Hilda W s 1 Mockery Mockery and 1 W Inn erates Now in Also to Its OlHTKlinllS i In- Washing Mar Company was today 1 hy the Commerce Com enu'lneers of Lake as lo overflow from the hike overflow of some nf land In Hint area There also was tall al hy properly owners of u district provided could Hie It I- C Lieut areti engineer and Shackelford assistant en- Ki of Hie I1 S Morris and Mr linker of- fice C S 1 II of DOWNWARD FUNK IS FOR NO MORR liV PREDICT c Illinois City first Slightly Flood Mixer Uj MINISTER SAYS GERMANY NOT TO LEAS TO ANSWER CHARGE IN THEIR IS IN WOMAN II IN MISS H 40 SET HEARING DATE PROSECUTE JEWS HABEAS HEARING ANV MAN IS IS KUII AT from all pans of slate nnd was ordered lo sell Hie III I no inn thai when i vole on the mailer will ex III favor if rApeal purchaser a fair offer up LEGION WILL CONSIDER JOINT OPERATION OF HOME The and ad Com the hranch nou In was aiso lo GROUP UNAItLE TO AGREE UPON PLANS i OF REFORESTATION of the The for Joint the Nome hy civic and wa Calls Will lor an hour hy of of lives ol several m held last After Hie discussion II III in Arnold American for ini The will Is Opposing II Illy Tim it and Murphy I I lisi were In STEAMER CAPITOL HERE ON MAY 16 for is Was to Have a Widely Known i Says The X V Mar jr in- him elderly cliff Who up wide lly Tin in of North lo Scl of on Thursday Tbe hid Mur which fell over tbf the were revised lowh- us the crest lower reuches of the Ohio Kximl Pun of i mid is who have watched the of water drove I heir homes Ihu from West Virginia ID Hie in with nto V Ohio's Slows in Ullo empties into the lite rest only lif The Ohio's rise hen had own lo of a foot past feel a less than STATE COLLEGE CLUB NEXT TUESDAY County IMt Slule nut Corps on April Illy Tim Mur of the earlier answer was illusion utility Mississippi si Lea and Luke h hold at the Legion 7 Officers will Ire and hy lawn OF NATION'S DECLINES i i APPOINTMENT TO If I III ii i ii l M M I AGAIN SALE OF BEER WILL APPEALS COURT BENCH i if infill mi I r si that he had Ht Kh I IN I Mar I The an m a linen of ri the I steps Were lukell III N and the Mill furl her hy Hie is lalien FOURTH OF GERMAN WOMEN WORKING TO COMBAT DEPRESSION C H S LITERARY CONTESTANTS IN GREENWOOD TODAY from llu Line for a nn in he run from In on Tuesday May III The Capitol l lely Institution of the Over Are of An Still rily Tim IS i PC lln IXIIj forl Federal Circuit i show will he presented In Hie will al lon Home In Tim Hull II The nf Hi ni Hull -11 DELAYED BY Test Are Meld of the Cily of The Mure than Twenty students of have al T this In work Hillside to Creenwood where they will's families in the literary contest ruder of hard limes ella of Delta 1 of those shouldered Literary and Field Meet f their families all men arc out of I Misses Mury I Kathleen and cooks and is steadily Only T Jier of all arc as employ servant and woman's work were literature Alice compiled recently for nn Marion called Shelion T C The show will j i Shields Hell hns heen and dueled exclusively hy women H will Walker Tercy deal with woman's work In every Frances Kern silion of home Tom Saia history SL lions Mid as C i and I'M r I had a financial j Miss Mar has which will repiv Smyrna Turkey A The -ity in is in on April r The met the cily Kin The girls is hf the Temple of tme of chief shrines aiMl Cool BATTALION IN STATE 1 Jr heen Ill Mississippi by After Only of dm i r Ar- r RAINS OF LAST NIGHT nly of Auric Lands in Hie Have Ip for Says the County if and lasl lers of Field fa Mt and consists ana last or delay lu up i ut and Ille land for 1 W Whilaker should remain fair Air Whilaker said I here wus a hillly farmers could return to their Kork Monday lor has heen delayed or the suid and only of tin lands heen up Air Whilaker urges thai winter er crops including winter peas he plowed under Col Ion should he planted In April slated Two hundred for crop loans und four hundred seed loan applications have hy the connly agent's of- fice INLAND MAKE VOYAGE TO BRITISH ISLANDS life of New Orleans lo Will Next Tuesday anil T II Will Make the Trip T II of will leave Orleans on Tuesday March for the Isles lie will suil from he City on the West of the Company former of the local haltery of the Field Artillery will spend several months In and will include lo Hull mill London IIo will work hU way cross The trip was A nnd Company wilh ton head of local cotton firm ing the Afler his lesls menfs will IK made CITY BRIEFS Tonos ut loav SI rent to city police a haltery lint been from his Held tot hns negro Tit street ml a of three valued ut from M la n store W W in W W former employe iu K now with the ner al In shaking with friends j Fire i from City Fire ruin were ur hy of lute mid lust In new link null of r S No 82 al Liltle on of esl In hieal ed hv Valencino II K DIM of Is In Jlr has many IB ita
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