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   Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1928, Greenville, Mississippi                              NOVKMKKK 1928 WEATHERS roii i nli lonlght Jn day slightly cSljjfa and possibly In exposed placed STEPHENS VERY OPTIISTICOF WAS LAST DURING THE FLOOD OF 1927 REPORTER HELD IN NEW ORLEANS ASM THIEF JS ONEILL SAY IlNGKK PRINT EXPERTS HERE LAST NIGHT Senator Says Is On Eye Of Greatest Control Of f Floods Anil Relief From Tax Bur dens Should Bring In New L Uniled States Senator Hubert of Acw meni lier of the Commerce who was in Greenville Wednesday and last having appeared before Ihe Mis sissippi Hirer Commission in the inter est of this iu a statement last evening to the DemocratTimes drew a comparison of Greenville ou his visit here in 1027 during the spring floods and on this Senator Stephens in his exclusive interview was optimistic over the future prospects of the Delta section now Unit flood control legisla tion 1ms been passed said the fol lowing Mylast visit to Greenville was dur ing the flood The streets were covered with water and I rode over the city in a wagon drawn by The condition of thiugS was horrible and the without Today everything appears prosperous and the people In seems to be the situation in the entire On Eve Of It seems that this splendid section is on the eve of its greatest with Its fertile lands and Ihe progress ive spirit of its The only thiug needed is that the the disastrous flood waters be The flood Control bill promises re lief in this That bill is Ihe greatest piece of legislation ever enact so fur as internal improveemnts ire The fact that flood con trol at the expense the government has been at last recognized as a nation problem means not only that the work will be done expediently and hut the relief from taxation will be The two control of relief from sucli liettvy lax will attract many who had to live In this rich part of oiif but who Had boon kepi from investments because of former There is no doubt Unit Ihe money needed lo carry on the work of flood control will be The amount now authorized will not be sufficient but it will be provided when I have no doubt that the brightest and best dreams of the Delta will come This is a matter of great import not only to the people of the hut of the entire stale and na Whatever I may be able lo do in is matter will be done UNDER 2 ALIASES Bureau Sent Out Finger Prints anil Pictures of Had Been Working New Orleans us a News paper Many Aliases bureau of investigation of the department of justice declared today Unit Kennelh a newspaper reporter under arrest in Xew is in Los Angeles on charges of I heft ot In Liberty lionds from Ilio First National Hank The bureau sent out linger prints and pictures of OXcll on and investigators declared they Imve found since that lie hart elcd under aliases of Ramsey and Frost in addition to name of KcmiAli Terence 1111 der which he worked in New Orleans OFVESTRISIS MING RAP SAYS HE WOULD HAVE BEGUN LAUNCHING BOATS EARLH5I CAREY SENT SOS Carey Reported List as 32 Degrees a 10 Oclock Monday Morning 10 Day of Boats Did No Begin for Some Time After That INDICTED IN A TEXASROBBERY VKANI INDItTKl TIIK TKIO AT WICHITA FALLS luy TIIOAssociated Prtss cw lib lo criticize a dead man aptaln William former mus er of the foundered sleumer Vestris eslilicd today that he would have Ilirted launching lifeboats a point her keeling over less acme than that or which Captain William In Careys SOS at oclock londay morning ten days he orted the list as and there as been testimony to show Unit the lunching of the bouts did not begin for erne time after Other witnesses invc described the list as being ubonl degrees from shortly after midnight of Ihe preceding Captain lianbra said lie had known Carey about twenty and corsidercd him an excellent THEFT OF Trio Indided in Theft of From Pacific Rojlroad Mail Car Near on November Last By Tlie Associated Press Wichita one of them a mail and n were Indiclcd by Ihe grand jury here today for the theft of from a 1acilic Kailroud mail ear near on November WHEATLEY DIED WEDNESDAY EVENING AT FiincraJ i From the lill Ccirtral Avenue HEBREW UNION CONGREGATE Members of the Ilebrcw Union grcgation will please lake notice th Ihe services ou Friday evening and II Itoligious School on mornii ill be held at the Olympia Clu must be continued at our Temp up until very last nilnulc Frida so that it will be ready fo use on Sunday evening for the pnbli meeting of the Sisterhood Convent ioi JAMAH IS BEIG SOUGHT IN 80THSTEIN DEATH WANT TO QUESTION DIAMOND IN DEATH OF GAMBLE BODY GUARD No Charge Has Been Lodged Against Diamonds Picture Identi lled as Man Who Was Sera in Park Central IIolcl Before Shooting liy Tiic Press New The police an nounced today they were searching fm Jack Diamond for questioning in con neclion with Ihe death of Arnold Itolh the He was once a bodyguard of charge lias been lodged ngainsl The police wild Itnlli of identified Diamonds picture in the rogues gallery yesterday as the man she saw In Ihe Park Central hotel rlly before Ihe Rambler was rrl PLANS FINISHED FOR THE Y ANNEX architect for the new annex lo be made to the C building on South Theobald announced today that he had completed the plans for the and also Ihe swimming and had mailed them lo the National Council of Ihe for their approval addition to the present struc ture will he made ou the front of the and will occupy the 32 feet just to the north of the The room will be IS x 27 and will be the boys social In this part of the building will be showers and locker rooms and boys play The swimming pool will be located just in the rear of the game and will be a regulation size 20 x GO with the deepest portion being over S Architect Lathrop announced he expected to have the plans lack iu irccnville ill lime to ask for bids by contractors on December II Whontlcy was called Ihe arms of her yesterday even ing at at herhome on Cferiil av after a serious illness if several Ada 1arkerwus born in Shewasmarried to Robert ut in to since which lime has cen engaged in the iiisuraucebusines to thatof for her husband and the sons and und to apart iu liie relig loiis and civic life which made her Ihe ideal mother and friend a Christian whose life Is Indeedworthy of emula She is survived by her husband ihd Ihe three Misses Oeorgie and who remain in the fiimilv of Albu Selh of Greenwood Forsythc Of and Parker of She was u sis ter of Laura of Liu and of Shrevc Calliorin and her jHOOVERSSHIP IIADERlFlARD NUMBER LONG ILLNESS IS FATAL TO CHAIRMAN JONES A GREAT MEMORY Chairman of Board Since 1925 mid 35 Years With Hnd Card Index Memory for Information on TRIPON SOUTH iOOl WILL TOUR INTO UVTINAMEIWA GOES 0 CAUGHT 2 FISH Tiio Associated jrcss New cliiiirman of the hoard of the Standard Company of New liodtodliy in tlie Harbor Hospital uf er a long Jones was elected o succeed the lute Bedford in lifter S3 years service withthe Jones was familiar with development in die corporations ilstory and his associates frequently upon his curd memory or accurate information regarding con statistics and and of are the funeral serv which will he held Ihls afternoon 1 oclock from the enlriil with Wells Funeral tome in conducted by hilip of of which a faith ill member for more than a nf The pull bearers are Ac Scott Kboh haiiey mid Ilon Clements y nud iMaryland Plowing Steailiiy Tropical Waters and is Off Mexica niches TH Illy TOO Assoclatcii trcss Aboard Having ileinonstrateil bis prowess as deep sen Herbert Iloovt pressed on loilay on his goodwill ion to lie LatinAmerican Th Maryland today is ploughing slliadll Ihrmigli tropical waters off he three days distant froi the president ccts lirst port of rcslenluy during bis lisliing exprd lion the presidentelect hauled In Iw one a Ifipoiind dolphin and th I her a livepound BUGLE CORPS TO GLENALLAN ON Isudorc assislnnt drum nni ior Drum and of Arnold Ppstof Ie nienihersof the organization lobciircsent ntrlhe Amer nt Jhe nilisiciaiis will journey by inilps to ilen where they will lake part in 11 bciicllt entertainment by the Metliodisi Moclnly in the wnys oiic of the strong boosters of the Greenville corps and the local organization is alwaysglad fo cooper ate Vith The which wns ninde by Mrs was ac cepted last Legion meeting Officers the American Legion and Bugle of Beppo Ar nold Insl will he nominated on Monday at S oclock at the All inemliers of the eorps are urged to be COUNTY COURT IS CLOSE November Session Was Conclude Lute Has Iteei HusjOne Many Cases The November lerm of I ho Washing Ion Comity Court was adjourned lull Wednesday by Judge Hay win bus compicicd iiis Hrst lerm as Judge lhc County Under jmlgi Toombs di reel Ion the court bus laker up inn liy cases that have been on tin dockets for several The pres hasbeen ill scs a and a charged with was acquitted by ajury in County Court lute yesterday number of other cases yesterday and the charge of j selling whiskey against negro woman was continued until the December The cuse of plaintiff representing Lincolns Mighty Mln versusthe Circus Cor the plaintiff seeking damages for alleged covering up of advertising by John HoblnsoiiK has been continued over until the De cember motions have IIITII argued by Hie nllorncys for the plaintiff and There are no witnesses in llic JERSEY CITYS MAYOR IS HELD FORCONTEMPT US Ttlc Aasoclnled Press Jersey Hague lodny was arrested on a legib hitive warrant charging him wilh coi Canadian Vet Held as Slayer held in jail at liaifctf with Hi of a Greok lahoreiill six years War VCUTMIS ol an ada arfj rniainy a Uilciisc fund fur heir tomratlu and tlio nuiltcr has been nirried to the IJritish ein tu dulLd for lias buciL continued to FALL REUNION i BHRITEI THIRTYSECOND DEGREE WILL HE CONFERRED CLASS ORGANIZES of Watei1 KliTlid Honored by Sena lor Hiilifrl Ibc fall reunion of Hie Delta Scot uli Kile Iioiiies will end ibis evening when I be degrees will be confer red by a degree team of irtfenyiiisjis land and with JiiUjCC livni Hay as Venerable Muster of Shortly before Ihe noon recess today Ihe class was organized with of Water Valley being imuu imoiisly elected as wiis named vice of scciclaiylreasnrcr ami of class Ihe comniitice select a name for the which will be announced tonight Is composed of Ilolxami Greenville and Colci Lake The resolutions is La lie Cormorant ami li It Inlled Slates Senator who was here to confer with the Mississippi Hivcr Commission ycs was n at the Tcmplu last evening and renewed aciiuilintiuices with many of his former as well as making new Senator Stephens is a Shriller and was culled ii by Judge Tooinbs for a Iln save a most interesting explanation of ami admonished of llic Masonic bodies to live flip to those which will make Ibcm belter The Thirtieth degree was conferred ill for Leashls for Years lis Ibe each of the four aiiarlminls being beautifully lo Cyanamid Cimipany to presented to the firs upari Manufaciiirc Feifilizcr and Dispose iiroein iiTe wIlhYumrKi Power Generated K Hen Sim mons and lien The second iiparlment was In the hands of the Midnight and Greenville degree leiim BILL SAYS I I IT NOT INXTKTIli tiILDINC Ol ANOTIIKI DAM FIFTY YEAR LEASE Illy Tiio Press Ircshlenf with Leon Wonderful Man GRAND THEATRE REOPENS AFTER YEARS SILENCE Pictures will he shown on Fri day and Saturday of earb Talkies nt Kaengcr The program of sound pictures at Ihe Snenser which brings his marvel to that healer every day n Ihe has caused the Saenger heaters lo open the CrandThcatcr vllli silent beginning lomor iw Manager Dan Burgiim said today lint it will be Ihe policy of Ihe coin any to show lhc best pictures of the onspeaking variely at the On riday dramas of Hie high type will be and on Saturday Western are to 1 the For the opening tomorrow Hichard nrlholmess will be seen iu Pat it Lealher On Saturday Kin nymird is o be In Canyon The opening of Ing for three days at the lenger was made Ibis afternoon with large Burgum expects cited houses for the entire three days line lo the great reputation of the iil I 1 I Z HE HAS BEEN MEASURE THE THE STARS AMP HAS SUCCEEDED IM PuTTIMG THE SUMS RAYS TO WHILE RECORDlMGJuME HEAT OF IOMS AMD ELECrROWslsVoW INDOOR5PORT JUST WATCH TRY IMG To GET HEAT OUT OTA CQMMOM GARDEM VARIETY BJRNACE le lold a congressional delegnj and Hen The third apart in today Ibal llic Madden nienl was conferred by teams from ouls bill was satisfactory to Greenville and composed would not incur the building of aujof Mlllanl Weiler as Supremo Judge her The bill provides for the for fifty of ibe Shoals Frank to the American Cyanamid Fowler and The which would niannlaclurc fourlh and lust iipnrlnient was in the and dispose of the surplus bands of the Sunflower conipos power ed of preceptor liob Tbc beaded by Keprcscni George Sledge lulive of were nulled and Harry in the opinion that lie vein of Ibe Nor ris bill for npiralion of Shoals by Coolidce at the end of Ibe last dclinitely invalidat ed Ibal RIVER CROSSING OF GAS LINE IS YET PROGRESSING Force of 7f Men Arc in South of Greenville With Camp on Arkansas Laying 1ipi on Deposits ny nil Three kind lines inside the lever 01 be cast bank of ibe Mississippi rivn foi Ibe natural gas pipe linr have ben whilr a fourth land HIM lie crossing of the ibis line south of is vorked on with Ihe assistance of a urge James assist ill superintendent of the river cross ng firces said 111 Ihe Arkansas side of Ibe Missis ippi river a camp is being d with men miragcd in llic rrossini and 15 l cams are busy ml they will be kept there proba wo weeks The of the Gulf Cnasl Tug vitb Mike Shelly In oing general lowing work with two lalcrial barges al Ibe crossing bile a largo derrick on a is iso at work al Ihe crossing eight miles mth of Greenville nulling Ibe gas Ibr mml drpnsifs near the On the Arkansas side of the river llic pipe laying forces are marking lime due lo the work now being dour on a road up the incline on which will Inlaid lie pipe and as soon us Ibis is then the forces will con tinue Ibcir work Inwards lining up the pipe that will be run into the headrr Ibr Imr boat Colic is expecl ed to complete ils work by Saturday mil clear Ibr porl near liefugo for Xcw The other fincos are busy at work on both sides of Ihe Chan nel lines Unit go under Ibr Mississippi IVIT have for several Jingle Here Is Number 3 in Christmas Shop ping Contest through his paper Has and now hes Hell do his shopping Name Address HEKES YOUR CHANCE In see he new Vitnphone al the Sj or Write Ihe fourth line to II and mail or living it to Ihe Kililor of Hie DemocratTimes so it nili tinoffice before S Saturday November The one in In icsl line will be given two tickets tit he Saengcr where Vilapliono lirlnros are Winner will ii announced Miss Klhcl I Hi Hinds is of SIM nay call il DriiioriAlTlincii for   

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