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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1932 NUMBER 36 BIG ROAD BUILDING PROGRAM TO START SOON Outlook For Bigger Oil Profits Grow Brighter TEXflS ACTS 10 'HH.T EXCESS OF FLOWING ILLS Texas, Knnsns and Californin Still Producing More Than Quota Set Trmporiiry Measures May B Rrsxrtecl to Take Cure Of I') 3 3 Crops GET BEPHL BILL TO IfflTE I WASHINGTON. Nox. With III -h iliriiellllies p enactment "I tarn, lelief measii: ill the slli.lt -es-ioll of Clllll.-1'e.-- Iliiix be limlleil lo -11111" e.....ILi-lli'} pingrain -ui'b a- piln- lixliiL- and Oil Men Bel-eve Thai Two mom-ai Payini: Smiiller Price to Follow Olhrrs PRICE STRUCTURE TO HOLD I'.v WILLIAM VOICHT. Jr.. SMll XViilrf I Tl'LSA. Nox A b'-llef fiat tin- Texa- liail Commit -Ion I'" ill lira'" l.tol.le.....! flMli: cl.ldi oil i.iodiietloi, alloxv.ibli- xv.i i nd.ible .-til. lencv roip Ini: il- new lies., pnxiillid iii thl cm.ten in on coniiiiii. d and senate and piepaied lo slndx the Ihe conviction uiexv attionu rapilol bill leadet today that any comptelieii-ixe pro- ........._....................... cram for eiihet taim ,.-lb f or lis- Nov. Ap- ical r.-adjiisinn-iils must iixv.iit a burying their conl'llci- speclal sc-.'ion. ini: vlexvs on prohlldlion for th" Garner Atlemplini: lo Gel House of Representative to Aiiree on Vote OUTCOME UNCERTAIN Much From Previous Record by Members Neccs- I siiry to Pasf- Mensure CKCIL IHCKSON Washington Re- fuse to Promise I'rec Shelter and Food McKeel and Texas Highway i Commission Reach Fent- ative Agreement CUT IN MIES OF ILL OFFICES is Till- IJoo-evell ii majority of lions and bis democratic chlelialn- seel, today appeared ready for a vote In avoid, bin eon-iderini: the con- ,.....ntil-jht repeal Monday. liovet-ial natuie of Ib" unesllons lee.lons threat.-ned by and Ih" "f 111" soillbern democrats seemed to b'1 V.'lnb Iii- opinion x.'lilrb .Monday t lien- appear- on the wane. l'-edlctlons b..' re- I en- "total allowable, still i-. ,..i oli-tacb s i.iilitalitn: publican xvet leaders that mnr.' i..... a day id pel- than a hundred voles would ,eaie, K- H. manenl livered by them for Speaker I'e.-sei Indepeiidenl Ie.id.-r.odil-' I, i demur ra t I "ina i ii Carii'-r's proposal appareiill> ei.- umlecided on the foil., farm re- bane, d the outlook lor Its roiniiil-'-lon xxlll proli' lie! should lak-. whetlier It should Hon. i.....hurt be based on the don.esllr allot- The Whole question Will be I ..e..... wlihtmen. Plan. he ion fee or dumped into the eoui- d-h, nnire, Senator Kol.ln- jg -r.di.v. Al a ir ..-.-lion." c-.iitmu.-d. llo.-rexenue and aid to r..im.-.s at "II xxlll the m Ibf: within tin- commltt." a drive Is d.i ik'ldl- and ill-' I'nl.n..110 track th" III.-.-ill i.....Ini'il......I "il il u'l'' In tliii. conn, etion. submission of th" In the Indll-lix. lei.l.t.. caiefilllv rnllsideied state coliventlon.-t .-II i. unit n.till production i.l.-ui I all xxith fnr ratification by uf..lhe Hull''1' i- appt'.'-i xiniil eill'lll'tlin in iua'n-1. bariel-, I. pel c, n eiule, that xetoc- axxalt both Smi.ners. ii Texas democrat, day Ib.in H xv.is a xeai a-.o. but the tiini i.-'i.l i t h" dem- of Missmri. raiiMn- Ihe decllee I" ciiii- mi pi loii in- i ra' ha i i ai'd b. i pu' a ml Celb'i N. Y.I the pi.-al-. thai I- mn- o, submission lo the leu- I oil e.iti en ilioi' l.o.i'd n i- il Ibei.-aie ci.iimiille. l'i.........I 'i.....-lent lo ov. Mid X li.e WASIIINCTON. Nov. '.T' "No" xvas th" reply .if the Dis- trict of Columbia commlssloneis today to a series of "demands" by sponsors of Ihe march i'T demonstrators noxv en route to the capital. Tin- demands were for the pro- vision tlf free fme.l. tni: space for 'cars and freedom from polio- Int.Tference. These xvere presented by Wil- liam lieynolds. of lletroit. chair- man of th" committee of unem- ployed councils, said by pollc" lo be a communist urbanization. and Herbert Ilenjainln. of Chi- ca'-o. and Am- Ma Shelton. of Washington. H. representa- tives of the committee. The committee was closeted xxilh the commissioners for mot-' than an hour and a half, telllnu the officials that no matter xvhat obstacles xvere placed In their xvay they iutetuled in slase a demonstration In Washington on December I. r.. r, and 7. I Th'-y protested to the commis- sinners their prohibition against panhandlin- on the streets support the Ma'-rh. AflT th" r.enjamin issu-d a state- ment saving lie considered It th" policy of the commission to "pro- voke disorder." lie added: "The commissioners xvnll" pre- t.'tidin- to lie In sympathy xvith the unemployed and professing readiness to afford an opportun- ity to exercise Ihe rluhts we have. iieverth. less 111. Healed In- AI'STIN. Tex.. Nov. K. Kly, chairman of th" Texas High- way commission, said today Ibe Texas and Oklahoma Highway Commissions had tentatively agreed to purchase a toll bridge across lied IMxer connecting lion- bam. Tex., will. Durant. Okla.. In be operated as a free struc- ture. Kly said Hi- tentative aurei'-j inent xvas contingent on satls-l lartory negotiations i.etwe.'ti th" governors of the two states xvith the owners of the toll bridge. Oklahoma and Texas bridge en- gine- rs have appraised the brld'-e al MI.H11. C. C. Wlckline. Texas brill--.- engineer, said some re- pairs would be neressarj- lo place the 'irldge In first class conili- tion. I'urrbase of the bridge xvas dis- cuss, d by the Texas commission xvith J. K. McKrel. Oklahoma Hluhxvay Commissioner. Construction of free bridges that would link Klcctra. Tex., and Krederlck. Okla.. and Henrietta and Charley. Tex., with Temple to and Walters. Okla., also wax dis- cussed with McK.pl but no con- clusions were reached. Kly said. The llonbam ridge Is on at. extension of Texas IHahway "S. Til" Henrleita brid-e xxould be on Texas Hlulixvay "n and Cnlted Stales Highway i'.70. Til- bridge of Klectra xvoiild be on Hit-'lixvay Hope lo Cut Salaries by Lower- ing Appropriations For Departments ftGES ON FIVE FEWER DISTRICT JUDGES Cliamlicrlain Claims Sufficient Voles to Elect Him Presi- dent Protcmpnie (II. Thr I'ir.O OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. Senator Cecil Chamberlain of l-'r, derlck. Covernnr Murray's choice for president prolempore of the senate, xvas assured of Nearly 100 Miles PavirtR and Almost 300 Miles Grad- ing to Start Soon WORK TO WAT ONCE Several Projects on Murray Lane Included in Plans Accepted by State OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. Thousands of oklahomut.H election today on the basis of Idppaienily are as.-med early Committee Will Recommend I claims be hail plcd-es of support work today In a pro- t i j n r1 t from a majority of Ihe democrat- gram of highway roiisirurtloii an Number of Judges Be Lut details ..fa long-delayed From 48 to 30 Senator Paul Stewart of between bluhxvay rom- _______ worth had made an active cam-, n.lssloueis xx-.-nl forxvanl lo palun for the post. Covernoi'! fot approval. Murray announred a fortnight Chairman Sam Haxvks of tho ago he would not support Stew- j oklal.onia Highway Conimli-slon, art. Ixilm. alter months of Inira-roiii- Slnce that time supporters for both sides have been active. s xxet'e eHtablKhell mad" lo obtain- unit's friends said ley helleved he xvoiild difficulty In getting (llr Tin I'ir..) OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov. A blanket percent reduction In salaries of all elective and some appointive state officials, will be recommended by Hie economy committee to Covernor Murray and the next Legislature, mem- bers announced today. With tbi' law prohibiting nils In salaries of officials for terms for which they are elided, Ih" cent of IrV'sla't-' Governor Murray bad used bis it" for I." next blcnulum." i I" "'dalnlng support for Thev expressed their belief ,lie Chamberlain. Many senators have rut will be neressary to balance visited the offlre the slat- budget and make 111" nnn.unil reditctloti for the: I'liilms Majoi-lly 'two-year period demanded by! "A majority of the democratic .Covernor Murray. (senators have idgni'd my caucus The redurtlnn also would be In call and hax-" pledged their sup- line xvith decreases recommended I port for my election as prcsl- for salati'S of state emplo..'es. In dent Chamberlain addition the board xvlll recom-1 said. "The list Is growing. This mission stale discoid over the federal Ille, gcl.ry old p.'Ogla'.U. a truce yesterday xvlit lone republican nieni- d work xvix.ld begin Thomas H. Marllon.ild. T-il bureau the projecl-. "Immediate iv bureau has In- approve nf ib.....iinmls- of fell s expected since Ih, 'd U would ever ii majority sioiii'r- di'elded Mote than ss mllen of mi-.i1. xx 111 be paved and Lille" graded and drained. The lemplaled cost of the program was Increased from Jl.2oo.timi. Covernor Mmriiy miproved Ibe program after II w.i" deride.1 about In miles of pav- nieiiil that the number of ills-'xvas done xvlll.out trade or oii-lnally Miughl by Chali- mau Hawks and J. P. M.'Keul. his democratic colleague, juul op- i.lli n.11 l lat. iiiinl'iciiiei b" ..landing by his position that In I-.ut I.urn pioie-- lo be- democratic and republican bet "nid ..mi HIM. I. dallx 'll.-xe that Kim-ex ell waul- I" ni'-el national platlorms rail lor rali- i, Vt-e I...........I.T ot andlh.v I ieal ion by I he convent ion s, stem. wtllini- accept lemi.oiaiy Meanwhile, the xx et and dr> ;i- price tixin---. make-up of the Judiciary commit- tint '.'-a- pioposed in the la-t I'" is b-ln- studied b.x membe's I'mler II the ag i i. u It In an effort to determine whelh- n. hi -h iM.mirialmiis m.ide uoiil.l stiike an axer- er It xvill report the measiir- o- for di-n.......favoii.bly. If II doesn't Carner. I'd and all deab-i- m is detennine-l lo press for p-iee -mi, li.....-on-id imc.-d nmlei ii led- -arl..' action, will ask presen- li.en-i.ur s.x.l.-m In lative llainex ot Illinois h" X M inc. editor ions at poinl s I wax s partx leader, to is Irom Ih" n! 111! .Hid III" .liiill n.ll. o-.l tij-uie. llool. 'ivxa- ae.l-.n cm, leaders baxe M-niu. her- wele H.....V- m. m In......n- v.ii i........-.- an m erxx h-lm- members. I .'elected Ih. .'lie, .M-mbd under submis-ion pr......sal ..Kind." "the olilx Hue eeon-11 net Ion en, or i, i.l ilxlliu aid lo d'-ll IH'II I lullll -aid il.ai ''I, air. mm I ni'i'1 I.....n mad.- I l.iin of III III- In ble.ll. Ihe pi Ice j -tl urlille.'' Nomlnalloii- T.-.IXS purch- j a-er ran a- hi at I.ion.null li.irieN a d.ix for eemhel. olid I i.x. i.i-ed moie than 1 .mm.mm I I...H..U a d..x to, Ihe lilsl Ih.....' -II Okla.. Nov. of m hall Ihe -u-- '-1'1 MjsHTlim-. dNappearance ,r -..sl.-.l produi-tinii for Ib" entile William L. l-'le. I. Jr.. 27 x-ar Mi c to justify n violent upon th" march." He told t.exvspapi" 'iin'ii emergency food storehouse bi" n set up In llaltimore. As lie tallied IXVO police det ives stood by wrltlni: down statement. anil 1 am dliireivl I" f'-ellns or menl." n.embers said. "In order Kay County Officials Ask That lo accomplish ll.ls. Hie commltt Will do to Work After March -1 to Builrl New National Organization liep. St. Ceorue Ttirlfr V.i. I xvho lavored n-peal. and sexeral have shifted Ih.-ir viexv.--. Al the present iir- 12 dem- ocrats and ten republicans, or th" total, ten xvei'e not '.'turned lo n i lie ii.-xv congress. jliull of a p cent po'l. ten xveie reported ravorinu lep.-al. txvn for submission, seven against and three doubtful. A m.i- to reiiort a m- asiire. Representative P.arhmat.n of Tun nice- I'leliill tli. epnblica .1 -lx ii eel., Cie map.lily of reported found m a latlxv.iy stii- the l.u-" imlei-.-ndeiit pnirlmseis! Memphis. I enn. Midco-iiinent b'.ve I.....ill A letl'T. mailed Com Mcmnh.s dead.....Led m'aior and lat.-r H.-.-k the puce to re', P-nnsxIvania. chaltman of Ihe re- xer CA 'h" one member of that bloc llrll- 1 nt I- i-'i. "f il" "s 12.. would Some lib-ell. Is detected a ,'f the fnbllr of III illdepel Ille, Its -ll'tctllie Oil 111.ill comp.llix Vee.lltlx leXI.-ed. pi Ice-, to lln II drew cominent i nancl.il T! ,auk. Illlv. He left Shaxxnce List W.'dues- lo liobert Van L.indin-- .m uacle of Inverness. scale. !i. hoped to find employ eastern fi- ment. In probability 12o republir.ins xvonld iinswer "a..-e" on Ihe roll call. rrovlded iill members iire pres- >nt. votes, or two-thirds of present memrr.-hip of iire neces-ary lo send il to t', senate. are democrat WASHINGTON. Nox. i.l'i Iti'piildicaii leadeis ale plannlni; lo nisi.ill a nexv iiiition.il in opeiatlon shortly aller tills ad- mir.istialion L-oes out next March Kvereti Sunders. of Indiana, manager of the lerent nnsuecess- lul (ampalLii iis rli.iii man nf Ib" I'l'publlean national eonimiltee. is deslin.d lo be si.ei.....ded and a ton i.r na- lional lieailiiuaiters Is planned. Into the ilellberatlon.s of party eiii. llains has been tbiitst a de- mand by Senator .lohn-or.. of Cali- fornia, xvho bolt.d th" Hoover ticket to SUppOll CoxelllOl 1J.1OS x.-ji, for a "new deal." within tl ranks. 1'ies. Hoover, ed. Is Ihe titular mind- of many e.ipitol hill. He ed on the party to look ah is xi" cted in aid in the reoiL-iini lloxvever. Ihe old L-.ia.d of Hi' party as xxell the Convicted Man Be Kept In McAlcster fll. Thr I'lr... NKWKIKK. Nov. Kay county authorities today ask- ed Warden Sam Itioxvn of state nit.'Hilary ill McAleste- to hold Kiirl qi.lnn for safe keeping un- til his second trial for the IIIL; of Jessie and Crlflltll. Mlaekwell school teachers. The criminal court of appeals yesterday granted Qnlnti a nexv irlal and rex ITS-d hisjleath sen- tence. The retrial xvas in another county. The appeals court s decision had Ih" "licet of returning (Jlllim xvlll recommend to the governor that In making appropriations for the salaries of various elected officials, the appropriation shall! lie fixed at IT, per cent less than salaries fixed by law." They added the decrease xvllt apply "from the governor doxvn" and to the members of Ihe xvay commission, board of affairs and lax commission on the same, The same reduction, however, xvlll not be carried out a.-hllrari-1 ly In all other departments, be- cause somer can stand cuts than others, th" mi'mbeis said. i The recommendation to appro- prlale i. smaller amount Iban; provided by law also xvoiild ap- district jud-es and court and t about alors I'tmli of of Stewarts list. Chamberlain stal reports that Anadarko I .-M-ieiai projccls xien <_ 'ndded, and II xvas agreed m I complete pavlm; from l.axvl.in In lal.-r. cbalrimin Hawk- said' bnped to complete tin1 "I'imli Is xvith me Dailgherty has I.....I account of personal He said b, would annoulie. and S.-nalo- will, me on, Comml-sloner MrKi-i'l was in friendship." at tin- lime the ameemenl III" was reach.-il list of pledges xvltl.ln Ihe next fexv days. i Covernor Murray apparently I (Continued on 1'age 2. No. 4) 'relegrnin TO Mm The commlssliili lormer Missouri convict, to cus- tody of Kay county aiithorlth'S ply In p. inline transfer of the case to i re porters, another count... (Jiilnn wan con-j Commenting on vlrled lien- in tlctob.T. I :il'.l. The tidallim for a decreas Crlffltli sist.-rs killed on a i.-mote hi-Uway near Tonkaxva, D.-c. Sheriff Jo.- sent a to Warden Itrnwn ask- ing quinu's continued detention ncy of lh  cell III "iitb .Hid pluc.'d In an- her seell'in of the prison. def.iii- i County Attorney Uruce {'otter, lea.V-r in the', xvho (Jilinn, salil he r.publiciiiis nr i would have no statement until Iready rail-' after reading a copy nf the ap- ad and i court's decision, together recom- In Ih-' number of Judges, th" commit- lee said thirty would have amid" tlmi- to attend to all business and that the del-lease could be niade xvlhoul Impalrlni; the ef- jmllclary or de- do in Iliviin county. Hi. xvith a dlssentlm. Jud-e Thomas A. Kdwards. "We liavi' given considerable to the program you sni.- mllted to (Ills office about the of November and xve nnxv ntTcr and agree in II wllh Ihe Ifnlloxvlim coir.-etloiiK: that all lojeels net out III your liuree- iient lie In Ilie fln.il program i: of NO. 7.1 at Cad- paxlllg tin Tlllman county north of tb- iliaxldson th" grading uml 'drainage nn N'n. 70 from Itosxvell 'tMst. These three are belllg MAN XCI'A. N'.riiia'-ua. NOV. !lh slate prnjerls." The final exodus of I'nl- ,-omnils-lon. the telegram lii.es Marines under II." jcitnllniied. wished In add: il Slat's withdrawal policy, miles betw.....i Web- wiix todiiy. and mid on S. of 7110 Is expected' i; ten miles Iii cradv county mi' NO. 11: Hve miles north of Chcrntah on sev.-n miles nn No. H2 of Snyder wllh nn niider-iaiidlim ih" pavement will b.- rninplet.'d to Lau'lon later; eight inll-s on NO. tin near urleii- -1.1 ed under forr vacilaled Hist unit y January .'I. of d'-partlng ti pavement. It miles of uradlni: and 'drainage and seven bridges In I Hire" countl.-s were received by 'ill., bluhwuv commission today. Ainericai im men. yesterday bin k.itbui il'nliiil iflrst land.' e xvlth.lraxvn In nips imn.beied abnul Th.-y left Managua for Co, Into unit "iu- fnr Iionn- today. j. marln.'s ,1 In Nlraiauiiii In Ined y.-iirs. They sent iianrl.il circles. The aellon In, The not- xxtsr......Ix.-d b..' Char- farmet- T.-X..I- xv a- -e.T u.-nei.illx here l.illlelnn. Kvale. of Minnesota, th" t, foi the lil-hei- price lex-: xiiuth1. r.msin A telephone ea.l repeal. none v. i.-.ibl I." iinot-'to Van L.indingham rex eab-d Thi, ed In a prediction that the huh-. Heel never bad a'riv.-d tl-.e..-. 1'i-t -.'Tin-- to ,1 MMle x, III bold. I The par-tits left immediatelx a hundred who Vn Me.nnhis. "It should not Ihe I'le.-t xvas injured in a f.i.l romml-Uin could dlserimm.ile s.-xeral ilaxs a o. was un- belween those comp.inle- I hat nmscions s.-vera: hours. actually con-Id. led ni.ul.el Nnx I'1', 'I'1 m.ind and those ba-e.l ih.-ir......... but nearly a hundred Mit.-tl against It xvere defeated fo- re-election elth.r In primary or I the recent general elections. 'while l.ss than I'1 xvhn Voted lor i It xvere not r, turned. 'Harold Cleim Itny w.is foiniiilly XI iioiulnall.in. specu.auve inanil. He sai.l. prisonm. nt for the slax ini; Last week s oil and Cas January. al rel'ort on production illl: Vear se or m.AI.VK COf.VTV IHI'.S Hoy Is serxint a ten year sen-, WATONfiA. Nov. "for rotiberv of th- II..V.T I.exv A. Kverhart. count> iinmi.i: the slate. In a ov.-r dlvl-lou fiusli prodiicllon. rail- fornla otiJptH still Is around :ui.-j I .-i 11 only Oklahoma hnldlng I" lls teiire'for robbel x of the Hover! Lew A. Kverhart. annotme.'d alloxvalde production alleged be killed trei.siir.-r of Illalne county and Hi.' slate.   prison, Qulnn. rpmnr- ed yesterday from "death outlined his own plans. slntiTiient "I couldn't tcntlfy In my trial." the former convict. "Tln'7 were too prejudiced against me thprp In Kay county. My wife couldn't testify either, because' nobody would belleva her." Mry.in. miles il S. No. 7.1 from Arnistroim Drth'-ast to Caddo. I'av- con.pany. Tulsa. i I ami drainage on sani" stretch. lllubwiix Construction company. Tulsa. six I'alrvlew. l'1-..gllllll I'iivlllg plnjecln: back In to li'dp malnlnln j Crady county. 12.7 miles order. At that time the .vln.. ami 277. Tablet Au-u-llno Sandlnn, was en-1 Itlanchard. gaged' In activities In tin- north.' Craig, ten and b.is In military run- Kng.-t.. rimnly (Met xvltli Hi" marine iralneil Major, flv" national guard since Orlenta north The country meanwhile Is mlleH In last rontacl bet ween eonl inuln- miles, line. miles nn n ni; oil lo Vlnlla lo No. no. st. Also another Herllmi al Wellslon bridges. lll-bw.ix rompany. THIinan. miles ,nn HU hxv., v 1 n.., mll-s mirth....'! f Construction p.ixeni.-in IM-U n I I'.xlds en r Orratrst rplnrn-i for the amount Invested News' Classified Ads. Greatest returns for the amount Invcitod Claaallled Ada. south. il -uard nirl Sandlno Lincoln. mites occuiTed Sundiiy In the j cut-oft on NO. ''.'I. of a skirmish j 1'ayi.e. s miles nn Nn. 1 jlnlie-a. TW-I Sandinistas.stlllw.it.-r anrtl.. 'slitln and three captured.I Musknge... jn.S miles on li I There were ii o guard from to Tin- Ui Nollrln to-! Crady. len miles lo clo-e gap day published an editorial rum-Inn I.'. S. si at I'oriiM'tt. mentlni: on reports that Sandlno Mclntosh, five miles from xi'iis sending troops to Hnndiiras to aid In the revolution there. .The paper s-ild such a movement st of i would niu-iir III fnr Nicaragua. Th" editorial reasoned that If th" revolution should win In Ilnn- jduras. Sandlnn would gain urun can creek, four miles wejt uniiiiiinltlon. while If Hie Tahleriuah. IL It. Tway. Oklahoma malcontents lost out City. JI.S94. grading HIgliwa-, City. mil land drainage on Stal. j T, 1. beginning mlb and citteinllng x.-.-st to- ward Hulbert. S. K. Kvans. Pi. Smith, bridges over I north on 73. Klowa. 7 mile." from Snyder toward Lawtoti on r.2. Cradlng and drainage projects: imd Cotton. 10.4 miles from Ceronlnm south on from Silver Hi Holt.in. I'l be NKW YORK. ConllnuliiK Its decline of tin- several days. Nexv York spot I Ibex 'dlno. would probably join Sau- An airplane t.f the trniiHiKirti'H A'-regos Centni AiU'Tlcano cnm- hist pany, operating between Hondur- i-ll- as and Nlciiragua. brought mic ver loilay at cents an ounce, the lowest levels In history. The previous low level wis 25 cents. on Feb- ruary and repeated last Saturday. firmed reports that the Honduran inveriiiniTit wan shipping arum and iimmunltlon from Kl Salva- dor to cope wllh the situation and wan sending troojm from Tf- giiclunlpa to UtH niported ct.nitiat revnlutlon- advuncliiK. Klngfli.her. IS KlngflHli'T went on 3H. Melnloi.li. five mlb-B from cntah north on 72. Iiewey and Major. H mllm from Selling north and east. On Xo. IK Lincoln. I'otlawatnmli' and Semlnole, 10.7 miles on IS from I'rasii.' to L'ttle. I'liHbnmtaha, 18.2 mllcn on 271 from Klnley north. Lincoln and Pottawatomle. len miles from Shawnen to Mtn-kor (Continued on Page 2. No. S)   

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