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Southern farmers demand basic principles of New Deal Farm Program be retained. Washington, D.C., Jan. 9. As two southern Senators Ellison D. Smith, left, of South Carolina, Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, and John H. Bankhead of Alabama, listen intently, Ranson Aldridge, President of the Mississippi Farm Federation, today told a group of Senators and Representatives that southern farmers want the basic principles of the New Deal Farm Program retained but at the same feel that additional funds should be allotted for benefit payments to producers, 1/9/39

Southern farmers demand basic principles of New Deal Farm Program be retained. Washington, D.C., Jan. 9. As two southern Senators Ellison D. Smith, left, of South Carolina, Chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, and John H. Bankhead of Alabama, listen intently, Ranson Aldridge, President of the Mississippi Farm Federation, today told a group of Senators and Representatives that southern farmers want the basic principles of the New Deal Farm Program retained but at the same feel that additional funds should be allotted for benefit payments to producers, 1/9/39

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