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May 17, 1927 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'i t-riST)A IMA 17.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY MAY 17. 1927

University Student T{ells Of Relief Work In Flood

Area

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Wordi has been r ceived by the so- I
ciology departmnent from Miss Cor-t
fdelle Kemper, '27Lit., who was called 1
~a shiort whole ago from her work in
the univers ity to relief work in' the!
Mississippi ''alley flood disaster, Wrlt- _
inig-from Stuttgart, Arkansas, to The!'
Daily, Miss Kemper tells first hand I
of the misfortune, and misery in theI
region where she is stationed. Shei
writes, "I've just 'completed a survey
of the country and find that we are.
taking care of twenty-one h'undlred re-
fugees besides the needy populations*
of two towns under water. At° that
we are better off than our neighbors."

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Vill not. It is indefinite tit bothe
vnd as for the Middle, it is a
(c;, :erto oleterniinie day by day

Ini another
Kemper she
Before thiem.

letter received from Miss
tells of the gigantic job'
The wvork is being :hand-'

frOID th-e GulIf; on 1 time other handj
places in the upp r valley are ready
for rehlabilitation. Then too we don't
kno~w x the ultimate relietf fuid

ends, is b~l-ein S)Clor irescue work over: AT THlE DE1TROIrrT TH1ATS
real the whole stretch of country. Sr? - ----**--- --
whant Job!"V
4 he1 hlf IClassic
I I 4i:1IIIlfVK--\0W

led 'through chapters. with a h~vorkeri
assigned in an advisory executive ca-
pacity to each chpter. There is such a
uniformity of type in disaster needs
that it is fairly easy to handle the pop- I
ulation in groups, such as the planta-
tion owner, tenants, and small inde-
pendent farmers. Slhe adds, "Thve pro-
gressive nature of the, disaster makes
it a difficult task to know what we can
do in the way of rehabilitation,. the
total needs are not yet knowni because
the, crest of the. florid is yet, 300 miles

* Lo C. SMITH
Easy-Running
Typewriter
0.e D. MORR ILL, Dealer1
T, vewriters, 1nc.
17 id l 1-rAco~le Phone [ '

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KIRSCHBAUM 2-PANT SUITS $35.00

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grow old gracefully ;

clo0thies

whose style lines survive repeated dry-cleaning;
clothes that represent real value in Fabric, S'tyle
and Tailoring1
KUPPENHEIMER AND BELMONT
CLO THING
$29.50 TO 50
Masten& Chas

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With Extra rants Fr

CUSTOM TAILORED
FORMERLY $45

ENTIRE STOCK ONT SAL:E

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THE BEST "BUY
IN STRAW HATS
Corbett's display of Pana-
mas and Straws is large and
varied. T'he' prices make
them the best buy today.

INW . "

CONDITIONS OF x3r
THE SALE.-
ALL GOODS -MARKED
IN PLAIN FIGURES
ALL SALES STRICTLY
CASH-t
A SLIGHT CHARGE
FOR ALTERATIONS.
toiNO GOODS SOLD ON i
APPROVAL tj

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