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Daily Democrat-Times, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1933, Greenville, Mississippi uimiusE TO QN WAIt BROAD POWER TO AID FARMERS IS NEEDED-WAIMCE HMilW w Umlffll Crrdltw N.tiini in WWW WHI Be I'swl lo Obtain Cooperation iilHl Itri'nk l: Ttia rreia] Wntilljtiiftoii. Miir. ill' the Koiwvplt. uflinlnlstniliim's fin-l dlpln. Ilinlic ilisi-IIKsiiill- MM ill'hts lljiTl! PlllPrgml IlKllly ll.'l'illill' ilMlh'illHMIS Ihnt llii- 1'iillwJ SIIIKV will use Its sitioii us (he cniilfsl i-nillinr iiMiinn tu III KBPEAI ORCAMZER FOR MISSISSIPPI IN GREENVILLE FRIIMV BEER JOBS-YES, IN MILWAUKEE (ASKKKTIOK MAIIK TO.COMiKKSS THKI AliKKl I.Tt'KAl I K BOLD ASSERTION Kxenillrr Officials Alns< Ur. Trusle, Wild KriMll HMl Klrvllllr I'owor. .VI ministration Asserts In ('nili-d Slalf Illy Tim Associated Washington. .March i'.-Tlll.' adlnlll- islrallon Ihriiiisfli Seci-olary Wallace j holdly asyorlod 111 i-iiimrt'ss today its hollof m ilnylhllli; aliolli fnnn relief, executive niu.-l he trusted n-ilh and floxIMi. pnwor. -'-lUpVFIorence p. Knhn.bl Califor- woman tver to be abpolhteii .to- the vitally ImporUnt house appropriations comml'ltcc. (Associated Press Photo) Knlivls .it Will NupiMirl N.'lSo'ii T. nf Jliinrliwnl. .riiiilniiiin iif nrKiiii'liailliiii fur llu. n.. uf WIIK in rjUKlSODTBERNRY.B i TO SELL TCHtJLA LAKE HOLMES COUNTY MAY RE DAtMMEl) l.irlilcnuilt I'Mirr and Itiilicrl Shaikcl fiinl AMrmt Vt-clinj; Slightly AlHivr Flood Mixer Uj I'rHlirtfil. MINISTER SAYS GERMANY NOT TO LEAS TO ANSWER CHARGE IN THEIR ELDERLYJDOCTOR IS ARRfSTED IN DEATHf WOMAN WII.MA.M II VIILKV IN IIK.ITII OK! .MISS SKVMOI H 40 YEARSTHYSICIAN SET HEARING DATE PROSECUTE. JEWS; HABEAS HEARING ANV .MAN IS IS ItANNKI) i.s KUII KII.INfi AT CLAKKSVII.I.K from all pans of Ihe slate nnd was ordered lo sell Hie III I hnvn no iliiiihi inn thai Alisslsslppl, when Ihey hnre ,i i.u vole on the mailer, will ex Illl'lllselvos III favor .if rApeal. If.n purchaser vvlili a fair offer up LEGION WILL CONSIDER JOINT OPERATION OF HOME The Moliile and ilhhi liailr, ad Com the hranch nou In ivoclivrslilp. was aiso lo GROUP UNAItLE TO AGREE UPON PLANS i OF REFORESTATION l.abnr of the I'niled The. luiiiNiMil for Joint opcniti the Al.....'li'llll I.OHlon Nome hy civic, and pnll-inllc nrealilzatinus wa., Sllitcs Si-mile Calls Cnnlercnee Will, disciissial lor an hour hy representn. I'residrnl of l-'cilenilion of l.a- lives ol several oryn nixal fon.s m moolltii; held last After Hie discussion II III rel'erreil in Mcppn Arnold American Lejiioii for ini erutlon. The will lj.il-. Is Opposing II. Illy Tim A.-soiaal, it phreys i-iiunl.v. and I'at .Murphy, n-pre. seuliau Ihe llelnun! I Irainaue I lisi .were In iilieliiliiin-e. KlIHIliT a.-lloii tin- STEAMER CAPITOL HERE ON MAY 16 for Vihini; Wmiiiiii is I'lca ol'Capl. Was to Have Iti'rmnc a Kilends I'om- .Sirv- llnilli'y Widely Known. i In1, Says (JuiYiuir [HV The I'li'-f-' Allneola. X. V.. .Mar. jr.. in- him lladle.v. elderly Se.i cliff pln-i- I'lall Who hlllll up wide lirueiil'l (lly Tin. A'poi' IliTllll. L'.V- Violalio.iH in of North Caro- lo Scl llalr of Hear- on Thursday. [II.T Tbe Presil ICvansville. hid.. Mur. which fell over innch'.nr tbf Innndiiled dlslrict diirini; the plvdielions were revised ,lowh- wnnl loihiy us the crest approuclied Ihb lower reuches of the Ohio Itlvcr. Kximl Kkml Pun enls of Sont.hwostorn Intllunil, i Kenliieky mid llii. is who have watched 'the of ihe lilKli water whieh drove I heir homes uloiiK Ihu Oli'io, from West Virginia ID Kentnekr, -vpcc.lod Hie riiKid in with nu'nuwe nto Ihe lowlunds. V Ohio's MM- Slows Ifcnni liownsireum in ciilro, tlio Ullo empties into the lite rest only slit-Idly alxerc rliKsl'staiiC' lif The Ohio's rise hen., had' own lo elitht liMithfi of a foot past feel, a fnoi less than Ihe fiinx'asl, STATE COLLEGE CLUB NEXT TUESDAY County IMt Urgaiiiw Kurnirr Slarlivllle Slule nut llrlll Corps Hrre on April Illy Tim Ajtsotaittinl I1rflrtsl Chirksvllli.. Tcnu.. .Mur. IVnntinenl of the WiiHli- illnt' earlier cliurses answer was pro- illusion (.'utility .Mississippi si .Mlldrid Anlhoi-llles eluiraeil Ha- Lea and Luke h, Hieir ha.....i- .-isslfn- menfs will IK. made. CITY BRIEFS Jlikc Tonos, iirorec- ut, loav ,1'erey SI rent, ruimrlinl to city police lliHI a 'Wlllnrtl haltery lint) been siolen from his llnpniohile. Held tot Urcrny Offieer Oodwin hns nrresied I'.i-on Ill-own, negro. Tit) Wulllitill street, ml a of hircony.of three elRHrelle llKhtors valued ut 75e from ihe M -.Lei- la n store. W. W. Tillfllson in Clly W. W. Tillolsoii, former employe iu K. lieniocnit-TliiWfl wuipwlnft i'iimu. now eonneeted with the BflHoni Hun- ner al Melv.oni, wns In Om-nvllhi let-day shaking hnmla with friends.' j Fire Clrrlrs i lleiHiris from llenthiuirtori, Ihe City Fire ruin, were innile nljhl. ur mortiim; hy rireinvn. liaiii of lute .veslunjay mid lust nliTht, dehiyed ivork In bnililing tin: new air-lino link llrcniTlllc. null, of r. S. lllnhtfa.v No. 82, al I'vlirc Liltle KiiliiK on of Mrr- esl In hieal [mliee ed Ihis inorniin: hv 0IUI' Valencino. _ II. K. DIM of Trihlioll. Is In C.Whrlllii Jlr. Poun has many frleWJj IB ita
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