Ada Weekly News, December 1, 1932

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December 01, 1932

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Ada Weekly News (Newspaper) - December 1, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER I, 1932 NUMBER 36 BIG ROAD BUILDING PROGRAM TO START SOON Outlook For Bigger Oil Profits Grow Brighter texas acts lo mmm “ccm If" lls ooil" boh bk oui in salaries KALT EXCESS OF \m IOO FMS RFI PBI RU I IM MARCHERS ll BE BOUGH OF ALL OFFICIALS Texa*f Kan*** and ( aliform® Still Producing More I han Quota Set PRICE STRUCTURE TO HOLD Oil Men Beleve That Two Compart!* % Payin'' Stria lier Price to Follow Othr r» \\ tshirvton Commissioners Re- Mc Kee! and I exas Highway Garner Attempting to Get House of Representative to fuse to Promise free Shelter and Food C ommission Reach I putative Agreement A TSTIX, Tex.. Nor. SO. -W\ U. ( hamBerlain C laims Sufficient \ oles to E lect Him President Protempore Nearly IOO Miles Paving and Almost 300 Miles Grad-ing to Start Soon WORK TO START IT ONCE WASHINGTON. NOV 2!) ‘ No" was til reply af the Dis- Ely, chairman of th- Texas on vote    lr    jet    of    Col    urn    Ma comniissioncts way commission, said today the today to a series of “demands Texas and Oklahoma Highway bv sponsors of the mardi of Commissions had tentatively demonstrators now en route to agreed to purchase a toll bridge the capital.    across Red River connecting Ron- Much Shifting From Previous pp, demands wen for th* pro- ham, Tex., with Durant, Okla.. vision bf free food, lodging, park- to he operated as a free souring space for cars and freedom tore. from police interference.    Ely    said    th*    tentative    agree- Th* se were presented by Wil- merit was contingent on satis-linm Reynolds, *>f Detroit, chair- factory negotiations between the man of the committee of unem- governors of the two states with pieced councils, <aid bv police to be a Communist organization, Several Projects on Murray Lane Included in Plans OUTCOME UNCERTAIN Rf •cord by Members Necessary to Pasr Measure CECIL lh DICKSON * A*■-ori• *ed Prf** — tuff XX tit# i I \\ VSH I NOTON. Nov. 30. Hope to Cut Salaries by Lowering Appropriations For    OK I. A Hmi VT IT v' n.Vx :** Departments    Senator    Cees! Chamberlain *>r    Accepted    by    State _ .   __Frederick,    Oovernoi    Murray s,    —    — EHAIPB niQTRIPT HlflPPQ    Choice    for    president    proieni;-ere    OKI \HOM \    Cm Nox • > rtwcn Uluiniul uUUuLU . of the - mite. was assured or f* Pinn-umts of Oklahomans - i election today on the basts oi tipi*.ii eat l>    .it*- as aired early Committee Will Recommend    claims    *    md pl#-*} es    of support w.>*    . today    in    a    ut** Number of Judges Be Cut    ",,m a    n'-'J**:i» of th.    .l.-mnerat- P JI I I ws on ing th et prohibit i r conflici-oti for the *s«*nt . a ma J ority of tl’Y House i pp* at tm 1 ready for a vot* out I iglu I*- !>eal Mon day. I)- fei *' I ! * ► 11 > I ll reat e ne d by so rn* -n dame ►crats .-* * 11.-.,.! w-t Mtied to be jAny I \ 5 t * p XX .► Ii* 11 XX • I I jrll It I A vl ii n lf * 1 G that mort the owners of the toll bridge. Oklahoma and Texas bridge en- and Hbrite* t Henjaixiill. of Chi gineert have appraised the bridge    .    , .    ,    ,.    i    ,•    j.,,    ,    ,n    ,,    .    un    *r recommend'd by the economy • ago ami Ain ta Bile ton. of at $44,MI. ( . Cr* Wicklme. Texas    -.....    subs .    ..    .    .,      committee    to    Governor    Murray    ii, iita brulee engineer, said some re- ,1,2    T    ,    .      it#    aliquant I»ai:. would be necessa’W to plac* tam of high xx av con.-! ntcDon as ic members.    tin* details of a long delayed Senator    Rail!    Stewart    of    lit    <t g' eomen < Pet w *-#>n highway cont worth had made an active cant- mi>sinnnt s    went    forward to pc, mn for    the    post.    Govern**!    Washington fot approval. Murray announced a fortnight Chairman Sam Hawks of tho A blanket la percent reduction in .tuo |u would not support Ste xx salaries of all elective and soul appointive state officials, will h From 48 to 30 KB' The A lated l*ie>»> OKI. A HOM \ CITY. Nox. ho Washington, I).    C..    repr ti fen of the commit to**. *‘m**rv«*nc\ reach* d a I rue* 'ommit t Was closet* <1 th* triu iii first class condo xxith th** commissioners for mot-* t ha ii an hour and a half, telling tion. I birch ase of the bridge was dis >\ then •oposal o 11 loo I i» Co ■et ill _ xx it h t cs would ne tor Speaker ► pa rent Iv en -for Its adop- tn will In* diclary comic! ay. At a \ ice tit Du* officials that no matter what curs* d bx th** Texas commission ohsta( I* - were plac**d in their xvitIi J. lh McKfel, Oklahoma ‘V intend* d to stage a Highway Commissioner Construction of free bridges way demonstration in Washington on December 4. 5. ft and 7. They protested to th- commis- Frederick, Okla., and Henrietta sionera their prohibition against and Charley, Tex., with Temple panhandling on th* street-- i*> and Walters, Okla., also xx-as dis- Okl.ihonia Hthxvax Commission. art.    who, after nmnt Im * * f intra com Since that time supporters for mi_1(in discord «»x*t the fedetai have been active s|aN. ,.mergence ui*l rs were    est ablished and the next Legislature, men*-    and    ,\fforts mad*    to pled; • -. St*-xv«rt’s friend last week tin y p hav*'    little difficulty    in getting    ot    ,lft r,,d,., t, burMitt or fFo* phi* *    roads, relists#*.** the projects. it was indicat'd today that Hawks expected “immediate iv cent of salaries provided by stat- Governor Murray had used his Rase, -mo th* bureau has in influence in obtaining support for dj,ai,,,| ii would approx#* what tiers announced today. With the lax* prohibiting cutin salaries of officials for terms for which they ar** elected, the committee will a-k the legislature to appropriate only sr* per prog t a ‘ai. terday wit* ° <!**!n Dew Wentz Ion* republican mem ber. sat*! work would begin is '1 would vm,n ,i- Thomas ll MacDonald, utpport t Ma ch. iii ii* rn*** ting Den jam in issued a state- elusions were reached. Ely said. d to t *1 otld a v Henrietta brid ti* \ * i it ie!** I nkte>\\ ii i rings are to rn* Hem, mn he commixt! ** a drixe is gad** to side track th*' fot sn Inn I ss ion of the n to stale conventions ’ it ii lur ■ .itll ira I ion by ♦furor#*'*-* - - —.....- ■rs, a T* as democrat. cr of Misson i. ranking in. and Ceiler « lh, N. Y. t submission to th** leg Highway 2*7. * a in** at fin M ID t ruer. 11*■ \ ♦ *11 shucks. > his position that c and republican onus cal I tor ca t i - * con vent ion system. lh. wet and dry i«* I nl iclary commit - • t u*i >• ii bv til* tithe s o «I • * I * * i mille whet h .port th** mea sun it d**» sn't tlamer, mine I t»» pr**ss fot will ask Represen *»! I ll im tis. tu* t h< >d t rn* ut saying he considered it th*-policy of the commission to “provoke disorder.'* He added: ’‘The commissioners xviii!* pretending to be in sympathy xxith north of Electra would th*- unemployed and professing TV readiness to afford an opportunity to exercise th** lights we have, never!h< less indicated their m-aJiUltiPH liU*« iniaXPXtit JLUd. L*W..3 as lf) justify a violent attack upon the marc!!.'* ll** told newspapermen an emergene*. food st o re Ii© u se ha i be* ii set up in Baltimore. \s Is** talked two police detect Ives stood by writing down his statement. ,1    ut** for the next biennium. fiat would Un a Electia, lex., am!    They expressed their belief the    Chamberlain. Many senators    have    ,.x,.r    ,    majority or    the commis cut will he necessary to balatte**    xusited th** goxemot s ofti*'** t *••    wiener**    <l*-*u*t• «l up**u tin* stat* budget and make th** last 1*'X\ days.    More    than    ss    mibs    of    »in »' $ I n,non,oho reduction for Die    Claims Majority    wilt    t»*    p.i\***l and    Sh - i.lites two-year period    demanded b• “A majority of th** democratic t.ol**! and drain***!    The con Governor Murray.    senators    have    signed my caucus templateii cost of th* tiro ram The reduction also wTOUld he in    call and hav* pb*«i *-*i t!u*ir    sn,*    wa*-    ioci • ascd tf«*in    $    t .2tb*.U»M» \ft r tin* cuss.'d with McK*el hut no con- T1. ,    _    ,    ,*„s* . tor galarbs of stat** employes. In *i**nt prot** on Texas IR~hwav •*»> ami I nitea .....    ,    •»,    ,    ...ri ...    ....    ...    ,    addition,    tin*    hoard    wiH    recont    -aid.    lh** States Highway .‘,70. lh- bridge    .    * ...    ,    ,    v    mend    that    tin*    numb*    r    *>f    dis-    was    don**    w S. FI P. LEADERS The Bonham ridge is on an X Ie salon of Texas Highxvay 7k.    _, .    ,    ,    .    .    ,    ..    . |lf. line with decreases recommended port !<»* un election as pr#-si (,ov**rn*>i Mnmn approved lh** ’    ’    "    * '    ‘    1    ‘     4    in pore, ' Chamberlain program Airier    it y\a- ileeida.t    to list is growing, fills i>drud,ite about D* niib-s «»1 pax oa ...................... dthout trade or prom- inK oli: inalD sought bv Chati trict judges In* decreased to 7,0, lee ami I am sine* tely grateful. I1UM1 n.w . mil I E McK.au1 from forty-eight.    “No    ill    I*** lim. or ill will or ^ *1« niocra11<* * *.iSea ne. and up I,,... .... NVr. ^ .r,    ;,»> kiml Las *,.. „ .Mvat.-.l »r now, .. ll* tit a*-* \* v^ai \    exists Ic t w’een Senator sti*w.» t ..    .    ... “The committee aas found it and mys*df «»r any senator Inter-!    '    '    *    ,    ,    .    . - n#< lo*    al ASO luxe I y    nee#    unary iii « ‘4 catted iii    eltfil'i    candl*iacv.    M v    . v 11 - I'1"    ‘    *'11    v' 1 A '    a‘ *ler that the budget may be bal- highest hope now is for a united J"* ***'    >«• sn- ten  ... a need. to recommend a decrease effort in belmlf of a much n*#*d    1,v    "«*nt* and tmdi ded im <* in salaries of all .if the * b-cted ,.t| wUU>] il(Mnan<|, d legislative foinpromise pi.*gram prevue Dx gOM*rn- ur;)S.ra?n    jn th,    int* rests .if    Hie    s,,l»lniti* b> ,b<*    nl S**x * rn I cither    project--    w*-* ‘milled, and it    xx.*- agreed    t*» complete paving from Lawton    I»* I Snyder late!    ('bai rn ii* n Hawi.- alii it was hoped to compted*- th* officials under stat ment." members said. “In older Kay C mint x Officials .Ask I hat m accomplis!! t Isis. th*- committee C onvic ted M an Be Kept In McAlester will recommend to the i,\*rnor that in making appropriations for lect. *1 officials, the appropriation shall j be fix***! at 15 per cent less than program in th* int*-rests of th* people an<1 the stat** \sk*d about t I t « I n u # 111 ports that S* fiat ors I * u g; Ii of \ linda rko ami , ,    ,    .    ,    ,    |    Dangbert    .    of Chelsea were lit. i the salaries of various elected    .    .    ...    v Stewart s 11--1, Chamberlain said: “ Fug h is with me and Senato * 11’1 M ! •*1,1    ,,v    ■* I ta ii g hen \ has been with me fin    i'♦»rmni>slc*ner \l«- K**el was ti; account of personal friendship.“ T* \a at th*- tim* i ii** ,t Ieeiin ut Brown of stat**' ,    '..r    . ..    He    s;ii*l    h    \x«ui!*!    announce    th**    was    reached, 1    ;, I appl. “Dom th** governor down    . i Xlfste to ho hi lh i    i    .    .    i ; i list of pledges within tu** next *    ,,w*    I    and    to    th*    members    of    the    high rn* The A-so* i«t**d l*u*h-> NEW KIRK. Okla.. Nov. :;n. I salaries fixed bx law. Ka county ant torii t* s today ask cd Warden Sam penitentiary Tit M They add**d th*- decrease will way commission, hoard of affairs and tax commission on t i** same percents! g**. The same reduction, however. I Univi\ \ \N n fleatn o k r til. ** a1, a ti* * ar \ i*■ \v.- 12 dem ais. Of th* ■turned to U cf:...., OuMfO W Ti g I ** p* ai ii a gains! iii. \ ma r* .airt . Earl nun for sale keeping un ti! his second trial for the sla> Will Go to Work After    March    !i'-    ‘,(-sm* and Zexia Griffith n UM NJ    ,    I >! a * - k w«■ i i school teacher*. 4 ti* Build FN e xa FN. \ ti*,ti,ii    t    t    »,,    , i - n i na I cia im I **t anneals    ...    , ,    »    ,    ,    *, it* * ,i oui.ii    “i’*"    will not lie carried out a •■hiirati- OfSfani/.alii>11    yesterday grattled Quinn a rn a .    ,v |n    ajj    0f|u,r departments, benda I and rex cfs* d hisjleal t    cause    Homer can    stand    great    • WASHINGTON. NOX bl rn* 'Otic*. Th® retrial    was    ordered ,u(s t]ian    0pH,rs    the    members Republican teapots are pie*njug to    bi another county    Uaid. * i Tad a ti* a !.. t Iona I macbitii* in The appeals court    s    decision Tin* recommendation    to    appt <*- 0 ,    aiion - u o 111 \ aft* t t    i ad    had I n*    * \ f*-* t ot    returning Quinn    priate a smaller amount    than n it    H11atii ti go* s out next    March    tonner    Missouri    convict, to ens-    provided by law    also would ap* 1    tody of Kay county authorities ply to district judges and court Iv,, ,tf Sanders, ot Indiana.    lending transfer of    the    case lo {reporters. n , ot ’ »* j**cen» nil    mc* s    allot et-    county.    Quinn was con-j Commenting on the    recom- i *i    ran p iign as chairman    of th**    victod here in October, 1931. The    inundation for a    decrease    in t '*•■ j-. uidicai nut ioasil * <unmt - *•    I    Cl rift itll sisters vxer** killed on a    number of Judge*, til** commit* tn >M succeeded and    a    r.-mot* hi- sway mar Tonkawa,    tee said thirty    would have amyl* id*-ai** reorganization    of na    Bec. 2s. 1950.    time    to    attend    to all    busine    - nm!    eaduuuTt- rs e dunned.    Sheriff joe Mo Fad den sent a    and that the    decrease could b* Into    the deliberation.-; <>f patly    t* leg ram to Warden Brown ask-    made wihout    impairing (tie e: ie! tai tis has t****-n t! rust a <1* in*I bx Senatoi Jo! n-.*■    .    of Gab-    i!l tin* penitentiary. McFadden    laying Hoovei    said the !*oi!* I ttiobably would **w days. Gin eriior Murrav appar**nf!y (Continued on l-‘age 2. No. 4) r**l«-gmoi |< • Ma* I > < * 11; % DI i,ri tu. who hoit* d The    commi    sion t♦»!»- . i apti**«l Mac Donald to foltoxvs; “W**    11 ii \ *    _ I v * ii e#»ii-id«*i abb* thouglit I*# the program von sot# lnitted to I iii.- office a,boul til! Di-t Of Novato bet ami xx • * HOW ofter and agre#* to it with th** following e* • r reel ion s:    that    all projects set out ill \ our u gre* ment h* hi t he final program ex repttng pax in. of So 7 5 at Gad .nitre I orce of 700 Remain    <1** in Hi van county, th** pa vin, in Tillman county north of th* David on bridge, th* -ludiii: aud I annary z    drain a * on N«»    7" t'**ni B*» w<- I i*a-i. Th*-s** three ar** being ♦*' MANA«,I \. N'.earagua, NOV. :',tt    a> state projects “ I* Th*- final ex od ti- of Gut-    Tile commission, th*- telegram ted stat* Marines under the continued, wished to add: I Tilted Stat* s withdrawal policy    About I Os miles between VK **l> ing Quinn's continued detention flciency *»f th*- judiciary or d> - wa- uiid*-T wav today, am! t >**    i„.r j.*jt|D and \\.itn*-i    *>u I’. H. entire force <d 70n is ex pee tell    ,, j . ten miles in Grady county %    to !»** • aeuai* d ,v January I.    on No kl fix* Riiles north of ast ic*-- ppo,! I love! INx I’ll* O'. IV w iv** ! \ 1 r h n 1 n n of Ti iii. t or a “new deal,*’ wi Hi in ► - ,, * “lieut Ii row" I 'ojMihlic j Ollie! seci ion the t st ima! • t s. Hoover, though def * at- Co lint;. Alt* 0 r#*pu !*!ic.iiis woi 11 > J ♦ • 1 I is the titular* leader ill ! lie xx*Is 0 ; 1 ri i-*-*‘U I * «i# moi static r**p' >*.i! n * 1 * ■! - of many republic an fit ; XX Hi: ti have I 1 $ I t t p r Rep. Beek ot CI ii ti 10 I hill- He already I lia;- ( Hil after reading nan of the re- e< J on the party to look ah * a«l and I Teals court's : 11 rn ! ll O ll * ti his 1 - : * \p eeted to aid in the t * 0! g a tv i - xx* ith a *li sse the releas* d from Fits cell    in md placed iii anni' the prison. Wiley Bruce Rotter. * d Quinn, said lorn* statement until F BIDS RECEIVED s Th* til \ met ica ll un men -st* - day it kal ion mil of departing Checotah ort 75; -ewn miles on *ps numbered about n*>. *,2 •-.hi «»f Snyder with an ‘ I* \ left Ma nag na un*!* * i indin Mi* *,.tv* rn* ut wilt ■in- * «*.*x OL me ap- ()Kf \HG.MA decision, together . p j»j() Brit tton. H<*\\ lid - * .boma! that in ira ns xx xx g na rd of t! i j j * 11 i ten d * * ti \. Edwards. Wants >|X‘eily Trial *1 ra inag* ITV. Nox for 12m 15 im 14 mib s *.f .r "isi. t nd sex **n I,: id t trot mid lid w* r in bac tbr conn ti* XX * I ■iVed *#I <] X fit! Go! I Ii to ii nu ti tor horn* today, d Stat*-.- marines w*r* t, d«-d in Nicaiagila in I '* I -, nained 15 year.-, They (bdl a xx n i»i I 925, but sept I '*27 ?o help maintain that time th** Incur- \0 t»»* r*i|i, le!*-«l ’n E l xx toil lilt**! ; **i. it miles «»n No. #;ti near (li mn t ti i ou;: h E‘ t if vt#* w 11 * At#* |s Rrogiain Th#* pi ngra in Raving projects; Grady county. 12 7 niib*>    *>** 77.    Tablet    lo *; 2 and W f 4 2' to t mer a t Woo *2es**I T ca • pa iun. not taking * orisid* rati How far rn i d xx *»uhi    trv to th** highwav coinmi i or H* iiiosr par r much ir * xx s* t up tov n rn I * new trial set before he A pink rent low bids. tot.Bi • od a v 13 6 3. g*nt. At gag*'I in and has f I i c t xx 11 nation* iio* sandino, wa ti* Blarictiaifi mini ii* s and tho t -*-t ti!- «*#-vv .    1    un,nr    ;J    n|j    ,,,, ,,rojt.rf. I#-ayes office. Jan. 5. <>. B. Mar-; ,?rvan ,, ^fl2 !lt . . yep - tin. Buick well democrat, was    QQ ,• v.    N( -- f;f(i N.,(. elected to sucre, d Rotter, who    *tr> Caddo.    Fbi mb d    Pax mad*- an uni* iccessful tCampaign,«} . cou v T. ■-*.    $17.7.259; :or Hie b'gis’at .ire.    grading and drainagi* ot same 1 “W** ma> seek a rehearing, but    cratch. Hi- "•* «*    Cot ■ r    con if it appear* til** court ha* its    CO!n.,,;nv Tulsa    ll 5.5 '*2; , ,    , .    ,    .    IOT    III Midges. High wa x    ( *»m> r set em HO IV If I»* n~a*d i in Hie nortti. Gi ai t en nit! Vinita t*» military con fjou# coo ii t v line . na rd -inee i to n i ii ; n * rv til**an wtiiI Ile*. I > 111) TI a ! I > < * - xx deal on party • Bx Ision i ides unioi I*! es Hind set on a rev: sal. we'll go j, id-* H x .< *. mad wit . }*re pa rations for the company $-42,597, * * on (I Dial." Rotter -aid, ex- Tillman. 5.955 mil    .    *    * • • laittitig that he nad not read t en Stat* His ti wa v It, >t inning h*• opinion.    5 mibs norGs*. -t *<f David -on H*- said the prosecution    felt ar,d extending -*• it ,v*    t to Red day trained    Major,    five    milos on No.    ft it, )    Orient a nor til and bot. A so i** eight miles in anothet section la -r    contact    between    coot in ut n so lith. national guard    ani    Sand inn    Lincoln, 5 miles    at Wellston - to p- fio'ii: r< d    .- .inlay    in the    cut-off on No. ft ft. t    15-minUte    .-kit mm it    Rayne,    H miles on No. I from ti* ar J hilt *-g a. Two Sandinistas* r nortl.. vx***#- slain    .md    t    *r**e    captured.I    Mii • kove**.    I ti x mile- on    *. t Ti** I* xx* ’■ no guard casualties. {ton) Warn# t I** \\'et»t»* t Ka I la. The newspaper    I^a N'ttirli t»>*    Crady,    ten    mile- to cl**-**    g..|* ibii -Ii# d an editorial com- on G. S. si at Roitosett. H< La x oted RI* »\ ll I; RI->II»K\ I HF III VIM GHI VIV Dll> H ii* •' "    “it    has    sufficient evidence    for    river. Ryan a- Rich, •    . amit er    c*.nx jct ton. even if part    City. $127. 790. ;i’    of    the    t.*st mony is stricken    by    r-.ero!:**#-. 7.1 o io!i th*- opinion.”    and    drainage    on ‘ Rotter said the trial may be 51. beginning 1. 5 mil ‘    in    an*    county seat ordered    by 1 Tabletoph. and extendii Is Oklahoma meriting on r* port* that Sa lid I no ' McIntosh, five mil*- ft * 1 rn (’he Judge Join 8. Burger, who pr -; wa rd Hulbert I *. sui era ole Hush pr fondu oui put still $4 ti }|ti I f * ' > ;t! h 1 \ « of id* .mo barrel Kansas, ot dint* around ST.OOO bar ba11 * Is above its last week due to I lentil!- vmi I •* xx’a- approximate!) ret a. 2i,0#a barr* (Continued on I WATONGA. Nov 5xx A. Everhart, *.«5ur*r of Blain os • • r resider? of Blaine eoun- ? a Watonga hospital 1 u - an i I ness of five 1 A W ID N, \g^ II tn?5 on * rf nil The names c s — (.lh— Curtis ap*! Sen; *,. co up. tx Hampshire, and Watson of I nit!-.* are Likely points mty ar I ana. rn >.«t f *.;,:* n iv are ear*! in |    ,\t state's prison. Quinn, remov- dis* --.on- of ** td* : - of t *• e l yesterday from “death row,” reorganizations movement. A.. , outlined his own plans. • jVt* od c» «m March 4 by vinu*-    Quinn**#    statement of *:*•* * a * - on November v    *    “I    couldn't    testify    in    mr    first ^ *' ’ Th* -»d* r.* t s|d#-d at the first trial, but Enid. S Smith. $59,819; brid “ Moses of N* a g Girl**, Pawhuska and Medford' can creek, four b iles v * st of Tahlequah. R Citv. $4,894. Wa* sent Did troop* to Honduras; cot ah north 0 n 7 2 s mile- - c nu t. 0 ai*! : ei ? * evolution there. Kiowa. 7 rnifes fr< im Snyder Stat** H: - hwa x- The nam I A CA J ' * -r >stid -in , a niOTernellt toward I^awtn in on 92. 5 n 1:! * - w # * *■* t *»f wot] id a 1 ii ti r ill for Nicaragua. Gra<Bng an *1 (ira inag e project s: xtending west to-F Tie- * * lite; i it I reasoned that if I fommanch* * and Cotton, I (1.4 E. Ex ans. Ft. the rev**] Ilion s! 0 lid win in Hon- utile** from t ;ere alme sOttlh on bridges ov**r Re- d uras. $5 anttino would gain arms i * ? ** ** I — 4 I * nTies w* st of and are? ntioiti *n, while if the Kingfisher, 15 mi b*s from T way, ()k la boma Henri :ra n malcontents lost out Kingfisher w* HSt on 33 ►robablj join Dan* McIntosh, f nu from Ch!* Hi ak i * I r* v ade. 2. No. 2 v. a ■ forms in tne Importuned to take vari< te legislature from Blaine places in the new machine, th ;ntx and was postma-xtef at j^.-n ar- reserving: judgment. M lr brock, his home, one year ^ js mentioned often as a possi fore being appointed county director of publicity a? we! ss ir* r to fill the unexpired national chairman.    ..... rn of Harley Marshall.    «    .    -     »---  — His xx: tow and one daughter Greatest returns for the amount Great eld returns for the amount xix .    invested — Newt' Cla.-.-if 1* J Ads. invested — News' Classified Ada. I    I trial.** said th* former convict. ' “They were too prejudiced I against me there in Kay county. hie My wife couldn't testify either.I’ - a because nobody would believe •"    “• Nilxer at Bottom lbi*e it hey would dino.    icotah north on 73- _ •    An airplane of the transportee j Dewey and Maj«>r. 8 nillea from NEW YORK. Nov. 29 ,R    Aer ego- Centro Americano com- > Selling north and east. Continuing its decline of Hie 1«pany, operating between Hond lr- j    Work    Ho Sn. is several days, New York s;*ot -ii- as and Nicaragua, brought uncoil- j Lincoln. Pottawatomie ver was quoted today a* 25** (firmed reports that the Honduran Seminole, Dbl railes on is cents an ounce, th#* lowest level--government was shipping arms I Prague to Little. and ammunition from El Halva-! Pushmataha. 18.2 miles on The previous low level **>1- dor to cop#' with Hie situation I 271 from Finley north. 2$% cent- established on Feb-land was sanding troops from Te- Lincoln and Pottawatomie, ten ruary \h 1931. and repeated last jgttcigalpa to combat revolution- mile** from Shawnee to M#*#*k**r Saturday.    lits reported advancing.    I    (Continued    on Rage 2, No. 5) and from ;