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July 02, 1933 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1933-07-02

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY___
T'he News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

Mrs. James Mattern, who fol-
lowed the progress of her hus-
band's 'round-the-world solo flight
closely at the home of her sister
in Walla Walla, Wash., still re-
mains supremely confident of her
husband's eventual return.

The navy's big new dirigible, the Macon, was housed in the former home of the 'ill-fated Akron
at Lakehurst, New Jersey, after a trip from Akron, 0. The big ship is shown being pushed into the Akron's

Symposium Planned For
Wednesday By Socialists
For Wednesday evening at :7:30
p. m. at the Michigan Union,' the
Socialist Club has announced' a sym-
posium on Fabians and Revisionists.
Ruth Childs will give, the history of
Ithese movements. Tarini Sinha, who
is personally acquainted with many
well-known British Fabians, will ex-
plain their theoretical and political
r eactions against Marxism. Wilfred
Sellars will analyze the teachings and
programs of German Revisionists
and Social Democrats.
On following Wednesday evenings,
the discussion will continue through
Anarchist-Syndicalism, Communism,
Fascism, Rooseveltism and Tactics
for Social Change in America.
Fifty thousands bees were removed
from the walls of a cottage in Lake-
wood, 0.
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hand, typwriting, accounting,
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Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace (right) visited his
farm near Des Moines and discussed prospects of his corn crop with
two hired men.

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Phone your
Classified
Ad vertisements
mu irr-to- 1 1

in some places 100-degree heat hasp been causing heavy damage to corn that was planted late, but

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