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mien Ihe gimrnnt-cd paid circulation
In Pendleton ami Umatilla county of
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COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER
CITY OFFICIAL PAPER
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4 1921.
Mandate to Be ' .proved By
Council of League of Na
ticns, Provides Eritith Shall
, Have Tax Right.
AS AID TO IMMIGRATION
England Takes Full Cctntrcl of
All Concessions to Foreign
ers, Arabic, English and He.
brew to Be Spoken.
I.O.NTMIX, Fob. 4.l'. I'. Foun
dations fur a Jewish nation In Pales
tine were laid In a llrltlsh inundate
made public today.. The terms, which
mo suujcct to approval by council
ii ino Ia'iikiio of Xiulous February 2'"
provide: llrltlsh right to levy upon
Palestine for support of troops. Es
tablishment of a Jewish advisory
council to facilitate ImnilKrutlon.
make Palestine u Jewish elate. No
discrimination against ' national of
nny country. Practically full power to
HrltiHli control of nil cnneesslnim
foreigners. No pt cjudK o ncalnst mm.
Jes; English. Arabic and H..i.i-..u. .
bo tho official languages, liraft pro.
vhlcs that Jlrilaln will . responsible
for making Palestine a lot l ion;, I home
P'ran Jewish peoples without prejud
icing the rllit of iwm-Jewa "with the
widest measure of self-government
condiment with the prevailing condl
tlons." llrltain la also to , "entrust
'd wllh control of Palestine's foreign
affair and responsibility for its holv
BRITAIN ADVISES RUSS
AND RUMANIAN PEACE
I.OXHox, l-vh. 4. fA.'l'.) Itu.
niHHlu U advltiMl by the BrillHh etivcrn.
inent t,. ,.:, r lot,, ,.,.,. n.-Kotlatlonii
with Soviet JlUhla, Nnyn a iliwow dlw
Patch. It ii. I, l that great I rltuln ha?
offered to rv n meditator.
t'lIlfAOt.. J.-,.),, .j-. ..)n
effort to halt nmusulinir of Ibpior from
Canada Into tho rolled HtateR, Frank
Klchard.ion. federal prohibition naent
for thl dlMtrii t. left for Iictroii. Home
report Htated that torpedoes were owd
to nhoot whbtkoy ntToaH tho Ilru!t
river fr..m tho Canadlcn Hide.
WAKtliyiTOX, Feb. 4. (A. P.)
Vnleellrig persons are usiiiK ' postage
lino" regulations to nialin rerlplems ot
their letters pay part of the freight on
the missives, as well as read 'em.
There Ih evidence, the Postal Pullelln
Bald today, of depositing "short paid"
mater for flrt class transmission
with the Intention of "having- I ho ad
dressee pay the deficiency," and post
masters are directed to argue with
"patrons" who favor the practice and
report them to Ihe department If It
Is continued thereafter.
SMOKELESS SMOKER, DECREE
. OF STATE FIRE MARSHAL
FOR LEGION BOXING CARD
A smokeless smoker is the edict that testants, An Indoor fight, with smoke
lias gone out from the slate fire mar. laden air, la hound to be slowed up
shal's office for the American legion Jack Doluh. iron, -hi,, .Lee ..i.i i.i,...
boxing card that will be held in (he
Oregon theater Saturday .night. On
account of fire hazard In Ihe old build
ing absolutely no smoking will be al
lowed, tho legion rnmntil!ce announc
ed today. A second Important con
slderalioti Is that of air for the con-
Peporled by Major J.oe Mooi house.
Weather observer. .
Maximum. 4 4.
Paronieler, US "'
Rainfall, 62 Inches.
'"iji""1" - j
$225,000 WILL SOON , '
, 1 1
When the. Hunilry civil bill ihuwk
the hoiiw, dome tlitu Iwtween now and
March i It will carry the wim of
uiiii for Kluitliiif work on tho McKay
riKctvoir near reiidlelon. The bill h.i
ulreadv passed the Iioiihc after nr rutlny
by tho upproprialionN cominllre and
it In coiiMldercd totally unlikely that
tlio Kt nali) will alter the houno action.
Ill a 'phone Intervley with the Fan
creKoiiliip today l. il. Hetillllnir, pro
t engineer at JlermlHlon, nald that,
ine ;ja,uiiip Contnlneil In the bill pro.
vldcH for the inirchaHe of right of way,
!noltiiiin i-em-'rvolr Kite, the puri.haM
of equipment for work on the dam
and the Htab(Kbinent of ramp pn pa
latory to work, It Ih eetttnatrd thif
or!i will require u ear and by thai
time It la hoped fo have n larue apprt.
prlHtlon ploMdin-f for eooxlruction of
I the dam which will tost approximate!;
1 be money for the rcKcrvoIr ( oniei
from Ihu reclamation fund and Ih not
directly appropriated by commas
However tho house coininlllee paoeex
on the variotiH iteun of expenditure
and hencn tho final paxsage of the!
miiilrv civil 1,MI by bolh houe Is
neooHwary t make tho money avail-
J lie McKay reservoir will htore r.(l.-
(itiifacro feet tifwater for tho pronto
t'on of addllbouil irrigation In the
v.ewt end of thin county. The prelect
la officially -known aa the iU Kuv
P.I'TTK, Mont., Feb. 4. (A. P.)-i
Inlernal revenuo laics, amounting to
114 I, Mini were assessed In Initio In
I Mil against liquor that was seized In
this lonelily, according to statistics
The total assessment for the stale o!
.Montana was about ami. mm. It i iai!
which would indicate that about one
half of the ll'iuor tlolatora of the state
we r arrested In (tulle.
j:eveau ujtenu .h r hav iateo
i "fv'T, inar a rr m portion ot tm
assessment cannot bn collected been ore
tho law violators apprehended hsiri
nilo or no properly thai could be con
(Iseated. The assesynicnts lnclirdo alfo
penaliies for making luiuor Illegally.
I'rolflbitlon enforcement offici-rs, II
is staled, have confiscated 50 auto
mobiles, used by nllexrd whisky run
rcrs, hilvlng a total valuation of J'0,-
PREPARE FOR S. A. TRADE
WAHHINIiTON, Feb. 4. (A. P.) -The
permanent committee on com
munications, formed on recommenda
tion of the second Pan-American fipan
cial conference, held its first meeting
today al the department of commerce
uii u'-iegaics irom coum America
and Kurope present. j
Secretary Alexander, chairman of
(he committee announced that five
sub commiltecH had been organized
to ileal wilh ocean transportation, ship
and Insurance documentation, railroad
transportation, radio, cable, communi
cations and postal facilities.
IIH I III l!S ( I T WAtiKK
SI'OKAXIC, Feb. 4. IA. P.) The
.Muster tluilders Association today an
nounced a wage reduction of $1.01) a
day for craftsmen and laborers,
in keeping wllh its reputation, the
lesion will ring , the first gong at
o clock sharp. At that minute Youni.
Kempsoy, pf Portland, and F.arl New
iiuist, of Pendleton, light heavy
wemiiis, will shake hands and star!
their eight-round mill. The commit
tie promises to run off the 2S roiiutb
of boxing in trip hammer fashion sc
that tlie fans will be on their ivii:
home ere midnight arrives.
r rankle .Murphy. Johnnie Fiske ant'.
1'ube Herman arrived here on No. 2-1
this morning, all looking lit. All threi
bens won their bouts in a smoker nl
alem Tuesday night and not a one
carries a scratch urn bruise. Herman
clever 1 1 S-ponndor, Is not on the pro
gram for tomorrow flight but canio II)
front Ihe Rose City to help spar with
l.l.s friends today. Itempsey Is expect
led here this evening.
I Murphy and Fiske were busy this
! meruit shaking hands with mnn
'trends they made last summei
when they boxed here. Since thai
Itlmo both men havo had a lot of eiv
gagemenls and have improved con
s'derablv In form. They are rated to
, day among the best of the men on the
const in their resins-five clauses,
Allison and Xewuiilst have beef
worklntf out here most of this week
tiol are readv for their men. Itcgan
who will meet Fiske, Is in great shap
end Is confident that he will give
Johnny the balllo of his yotng life
HARDING WILL CALL
WAMIINfVrOX, Feb. 4. (A. I.)
The Inlernational conference to din
ci hh dh-Mi mainent will be called by the
I niled MalCH, Chairman HutUr. of tho I
hou, naval committee, raid when the!
comniltleo met to hear tho vien-H of !
prominent naval olficers. lie Indicat-j
cd that he thought the call would Ijm 1
lulled after the inauijurallon of Hard, i
Iiib with whom he exmferrei ruccnllyj
at Marlon. , i
TO HEAR JEWETT
HERE FEBRUARY 17
Gecrge C. Jewett Will Address i
Umatilla Farmers cn Wheat!
Astcqiaticn Dutiness in i
Giorge C. Jewett, manager of the I
Washington Wheal (".rowers Associa- j
tion, will uildrcss fl'matllla county
wheal farmers at a spiK-lal meeting' in j
Pendleton February 17, held under the
ai.spices of the Farm Bureau.
The association which Jlr. Jewett
represents has 1 J.iui'i.uiHI bushels of
wheat signed up under a six year con
tract and expects to have at least 15.
loia.aoa bushels by JI arch 15. A sitn
i'ar organization know n as the Oregon
Wheat (".rowels has been formed li-
ihis slate and farmers In Morrow ami
.-Herman counties ore signing agree
ments s-H their wheat through the or
ganization for the next six yearn. rhre
hundred thousand bushels were signed
it a meetmss In Mora. Hherman county.
last .Sat irday. I'mat ilia county far
mers are anxious to hear Mr. Jewett's
t.tlk on tho Wellington association, j
lie Is a former banker and is therefore
rijll fitted to discuss thfe fiiitinc:ng and
re;,s-m for oi iniz ng a 'l aoria-
U'Ul. At Hie .'innuai meeting iff toe
county Farm 1'ureau h'eld hero recent
ly. J. t'nlhy, who repn.-ented the
organisation in the formation of the
Wheat ('.rowers' Assee'ation, reported.
"he contract was read and discussed
vinl Hie fa: mors showtd keen Interest1
,ii Ihe propi sltion. j
The Fmttilia county faun Pureau Is;
not proTiiptin? or advocating the:
WI.e .i ('.rowers' As'i'Ctation but is I
niere V orovnlll'g II1C means l"r teoios
iu fimuTH together to learji what i
hey can of this big movement, r .ir-i
this big movement. Far-1
I., ihw ,-,iontl seem to be willin I i
to let it be tried out before signing.
Manv of them hope it will succeed but
feel that It h is a'ained suffieh nt fiao
to make a good experiment and are
loath to sign up until Ihe big wheal ,
producing states have got down to a'
contract basis. i
A big attendance Is expected at the i
meeting in Pendleton. In
lo Mr. Jewett. bankcl
- 1.... l...n -iskoo . a
prominent larniri oa.- -
,o participale In the discussion, -vo.iues. i.uiiiig ini icw rural scnoois
lUcnipt will be made lo secure signa-;
ures for a contract or to lake nny for- ;
r.uil action In resnrd to m i''"""' oi.ijoruy oi
he meeilnfi Is pu.ely of an education
Mil h l Amies' haT5 iC
THC3. THOMPSON FOR
In the event thai the irenent
merit ayKtem of nmkiiii pot
offlco uppointmentH Ih set anldu
by the new ( adnilnlatration to
lako office March 4, 1921,
1 human ThoitipKon of 1'endlcton
will have Ihe endorsement of
CoiiKreHKtuan 'N. J. Sinnott for
the appoint moirt. Thin new has
been received from .Mr. Minru.tt
by various local friendx.
roHtmaHter I... IS. Cronln waa
named under the civil m rvice
rules and apparently will con
hold olflce In event the4.p the doorway of a Mouth aide houwe
Hardin udminlHU-atlon does not
return to thn coolls ayateia of
naniliuj poRtinaalera. The Port
land pinlmaflter U in the same
ALIEN AGGRESSION TO
EE TRI-STATE TOPIC
OLY-MI'IA, Feb. 4. .(A. P.iA
joint conference of Oregon, AVashlng-
Iton and Idaho lawmakers consider
alien attereaxinn in the northwest was
urged by tioverrior Olcott (if i irego.i.
; in a message transmitted to the legis-
lature here by (lovcrnor Hart. It is
! expected antl-JapaneFe land laws will
I be the principal subject considered by
the conference. '
. ., .
CIL COMPANY MAKES
THIRD 50c REDUCTION
INDKI'EXDKXCK. Kana.. Feb. 4.
(V. p.i Crude oil dropped $ a barrel
when the Prairie pipe l.lne company
announced another CO cent cut. Th'.s
makes Ihe third 50 cent reduction in
t"ti days, resulting In a discontinuance
DISCUSSED BY EXPERTS
Pcles and J"rerch Meet for
Joint Consideration of Alli
ance to Combat Scviet Mili
, tary Drive on Pet; -
PAP.IS, Feb. 4. nr. p.) The!
! b;rhe:n Polish authorities are diseiiss-l
I ing wilh French miiitary experts the
j measures of defense against the bol-
shevikl. The Tolisll officials said they
hoped for a military alliance to prow
j " tx,n -"'-cis'ons between I'resi
' dents Pilndslfl and Mill
roa ine Polish foreign miisi-r,
.revealed his country's plans in
irllarded slalemeul- "Wo eo eomo tr.
p,.rid ... n,,n-- ..ii0A t.i.
France. The Soviets are tired of fight
ing. They know what it will cost, but
if they do attack us they'll find we're
prepared. If they attack Rumania,
I hey will discover they are attacking
TI At'HC.ItS Ill-.TTEIl I'AIO.
K KG IN A. S-'us.. Feb. 4. Teachers
the rural schools of Saskatchewan
grain men aiv!;:ire betler paid now than ever before.
eeoi'il I n i? lo the latest rottr-eil for.
" . ' "
.ai.t as nign as st.a.M.. wnite la-t year!
lull out ol 52H paid this aalary and ,
I cascw a free
j ,'ii e fuel war
S I G NSJi E A NJMV H AT JH E Y
, CUT IH
(S '0 oi U yfYV
QUIET WARNINGS TELL
OF BIG DUBLIN COUP
TO BE SPRUNG SOON
DWELLING OF WEALTHY
CHICAGO NEGRO BOMBED
ClllC.UiO, Feb. 4. f('. '.)The'
polke, ur Heart hinjc for the orcupanta
of "i automobile who hurled n luimli
n1 injured four people. The eiplo
iif .i wm heard for mil-. The hou.
; ia occupied by a weiilthy negro. Tho
! I ,. .u - . . i -I,.... ' .
i " r ,f '? "' " hi"
- ( o .,-j-eu u.v me aueged encroacn-
jmei;t of negroea Into the fashionable
'south Hide residential district.
fit BIllS If SENATE
Measures Exempt Road Con
tractors from Eight Hour
- Law Restrictions; give Right
to Pave Streets in Towns
MAI.KM, Feb. 4. (A. Pj Kl?en
bills embodying legislation requested
, by the slate high way coiiiin.ssloa
were introduced In the senate today.
They included the bills exempting
jnign.vay conlt actors from restrictions
I of the eight hour law, providing a
j f.fty-fifty maintenance agreement be
i tween comities and state, providing
I protection to contractors ot state
highway construction without the ne-
cess.ty of purchasing surety bonds,
SiVIhb the commission authority to
pave streets that are part of a state
highway through small towns, giving
the rignt to ell bonds at par. making
the cunimisHion a final arbiter In se
lection of a state road ar.d re piiring
the; obtaining of permission of the
commission before a highway may be
relocated or surface of a highway cut
for public utility service or to cut trees
aloni; a highway.
Ti e free text book bill ws,s made
A s efiul order a UK-'n aft
er the majority report waa presented
KALE.M. Feb. 4. (P. P.) The
house passed a bill regulating . hunt
lug, fishing and trappinp. with only
two dissenting votes. Tho amend
ments proMde it will be lawful to
',' L " " Huv',"er
H cu uoo exenipi w om-
' " oo.oeia ui lisueis license
ltciicu- Highway IIrIiI.
Tne senate et a stage for renewal of
the Roosevelt highway fight when
Vinton moved to recall the bill from
the house for further consideration.
The motion was tabled due to the ab
sence ot Senator Hall, one of the au
thors of the bill. Sentiment in the
senate seems to be shifting against the I
bill, members who voted for it in a J
belief the house would kill it having i
repented of their action in the face j
of their' present fear the bill might I
gct through the lower house.
Thv) dilate siient considerable time
diaeusin the fro text book bill, post-
,,,., a(.,t until the afternoon,
ContiiiiiPrl on pee s.
S A Y.
IH'Iil.I.V, Feb. .4- fA. I'.) Quiet
WarnlngH were circulated that a great
coup will be attempted In Dublin aoon
by tho republican army. The nature
of the "big show" was not diacloaod.
1 he military (scoffed at the rumors, but
the patrols wero Increased and every
lorry that was sent into the streets
carried a hoKtaite, cha'lned and pad-
locked to tho seat. I)espitc this car"
i tho number o,
attacks have Inereaa-
OPPONENTS TO TARIFF
BILL CAUGHT NAPPING
WAe-HlNOTONT, J--eb. .4 (!.'. P.) -
Tho senators favorlnsr the emergency
ti.riff bill caught their opponents nap-
l ing arid secured the adoption of two
amendments before their opponents
o scoiercu wnat was atoot. me tho 3S,ono.OiiO,004 demanded by tha
amendment increawd the house provl- allies, as they have not been afneo th
sion for a 30 cent tariff on wheat to 1 early days of the war, tho nation la
VI cents, the other, related to rice. j ready to take reckless action. Under
Tho amendments were adopted with ( consideration are plana for
only nine senators In tho chamber. An alliance with Russian Soviets.
The senate met an hour earlier than (,,. ... , --. 1V, .,,,
usual and after a minor measure was,
d sposed of the tariff bill was taken'
VP- When Senator Harrison woke, up j
t" what had happened, he balked furs j
iher action by calling for a quorum
Another attempt Tnay be made today j
to reach an agreement to vote either
February 15 or 16. John Sharp Wil
Pams, however, suid he hadn't changed
his mind alsmt blocking tho agree
ment. Other senators predicted Wil
liams will be placated before lor.g.
U. S. LAWN TENNIS
XKW YORK. Feb. 4. (A. P.)
The ii:iniial nicotine; of the United
Slates Lawn Tennis association, to be i
held here Saturday, will be preceded j rmany finds herself, were the state
bv a conference of the executive com- I n' news; aper. Most of these
rrlttee this evening. Reports and ! urE"'' action. All reiterated the decUi
lecommendationa will be prepared. I ration that "Rermany won't pay.1
Interest in Saturday's meeting w li;11"'' firmly the unionists are lengued
renter mi the - rwvsals cone.rnin3 ' :'n the forcer oniir:ler.Is n r.s how.
award of championship for 1S21 and i ! declarations of their leaders. "Ap
ihe nronnsed amendment to the am- i provini Christian Schmidt's declara-
atiur rule to discontinue uuing play
ers names on tenns racquets.
Iievelopments regarding the liavis
cup will be reported and reports de
r.p the work for 1520 will be pre-
DANIEL WEBSTER TO .
HAVE STATUE IN ATHENS
WEPSTER. Mass.. Feb. 4 (A. P.)
- A movement to raise a fund to erect j
statue of Iinniel Webster in Athens!
in commemoration of the lO'Kh anni-l
versary of Greek independence was
announced tndav from this town nam-
ed in honor ot the statesman. 1
:onstant Pantos, a local merchant.
who is national terasurer of the
Epirstic Union said it was a speech
delivered by Webster in the senate
January 19, '1924. that brought about
the recognition of Creece as a tree na
tion by the United States after Greece
ha I thrown off the Turkish yoke of
4 00 years in 1S21.
IXIOTltM.I, CI I-FS CWMMITTEK
I.1KKI.Y Wll. Ml "FT M.VIil It S
XEW YOUK. Feb. 4. (A. P.) The
annual meeting of the intercollegiate
football rules committee probably will
be held here March a. according
tentative arrangements announced to
SENA TOR JOSEPH BELIE VED
READY TO HELP IN MOVE TO
DEVELOP UMATILLA RAPIDS
Senator George W. Joseph, author , meive, Marshall X. lana of the Ore
of the hydro electric commission bill i gun Journal and others,
in the present legislature, will be j Aside from these men a host or
among the notables arriving in Pen-; others from various points ' In the
dleton tomorrow mormiip to attend i northwest will be in attendance. Ev
tho meeting of the Umatilla liapuls (.r. ra;lro;ia- operating In the north
Power Site Association. Mr. Joseph , .,,st win ,,ave representative here as
is represented as comtng as a friend ; m a!sl, thp ,- j. engineer corps and
of the move ami agreeable to so am-i .he reePinooi.oi
ending his bill as to call for an in
vestigation o the Umatilla rapids site.
Aiiie from St-cator Joseph iher
legislators to arrive will be Senator
Koy W. Ritrer. president of the sen
ate and members of the sub-commit-o
e of the joint w ays and means com-
men will Inspect the',
Eastern tireaon S'ate Hospital in ad-1
jdiiion to atendlr.g the power confer-j
I Senator-elect R. X.. Stanfield today
tioufffil his brother m law. lr. David
j I-'. Hill, tluit he expects to Uavo for
! ;YnH'!t':i this rvtn-nc l attend the
mtvlmir iomnrrv. . The ir'enee of
j die sw.Atur-eleet ;ts sroutiy desired
jand tin npv.: 4.f Irs iuteTUHHi to eomt
' was k reeled xh joy i the local eom
i 1'romir.ent in the l'01''ln dtlea-
lion to arrhe tomorrow will be .1. P. i ' rai.ay represviitiuives and tha
o'Prien, general manager of the o W . ! tl veronient as the amount due for In
IS. & X., W. I., Thompson. Whitney L. 'reased mail payments awurdeil during
Poles. I.. T Merwin general manager j
he Xi.r'.hwest Electric company,
hn H. l-ew's. former state engineer.1
11. A. Rands, prominent consulting en-.
giner. P. Heiherton. general manager! mail transportation by inlsuul carrl"rf
ot the Portland Chamber ot Com-also was asked.
ALL CLASSES 111 .
Laborers, Capitalists, Ccmmu
rists, and EclsheviJcs Join in
Denouncing Allied Demand
AI I fArVPF WITH PIK
SOVIETS MAY RESULT
Several Plans mre Advanced,
One of Which Is to Unite
With Reds, Whole Nation It
Ready for Reckless Action.
UKUI.IX, Feb. 4. fBy Carl I.
P. Staff Correspondent.)
is d'jsnerate. With all
classes united in opposition to paying
that the reparation demanded will
wrec k the country, thereby damaging
The throwing up of hands and bid-i
dirt the allies do what they will.
AUTed demands are denounced from
j street corners, in street cars and in
gatherings of small groups.
Union leaders and capitalists have
agreed with the communists., while
Pernard Dernburg declared the "Ger
mans have a firm will to defend their
honor." Christian Schmidt, head of
the food industry of unionists, was
stating "who ever drives us to despair,
must share In the conseiuences."
Tho "Ited Flas," a bolshevik organ,
asserted: "An alliance with Russia
is the only way out for tho Oerman
worker." "This is not a threat of w.ar
because we communists know the
working cla. wront draw the aword
except when that ts the only exit."'
of the ferment in which
tin, Pcrr.ard Otto, chairman of the
textile workc-s, said: "Accomplish
ment of the allied aims would mean
slavery' for Germans,"
RETAIL BUYING SHOWS
RETURN TO PF.OSPERITY
CHICAGO, Feb. 3. (C. P.) P.etah
merchants have cleaned their shelve
of surplus stocks, ar.d have again be
gun to buy heavily, preparing for the
active buying season this spring, ac-
Pan-p"""" " - ."'".
prosperity has returned.
BLOWS BALKY FLIVVER
CAR TO SMITHEREENS
HAZKLHl'RST. Miss.. Feb. 4. (A.
P i Pecoming discouraged with his
efforts to uw an empty car behind
l-s more pretentious touring car, Ed
Mayers of Crystal Springs, according
to reports today, exploded seven sticks
ot dvnamite under the-"f!ivver."
The meeting convenes at 10 o'clock
In the Elks lodge room and will be tit
session most of tho day except for a
recess for luncheon to be served by
the Pendleton Commercial Association.
The attraction for the evening will
t.o lh I .
" e".. cinuxr anu
IN U. S. MAIL MONEYS
WASHINGTON'. Feb. 4. (A. P.i
! A deficluecy appropriation of $65,571),.
i "-oi for the traiisportatlnti of the nralla
Iwas asKed fiom congress today by
postm.nter r.enonil liurleson. Thlw
s'.iin. he reported, has been agreed on
'h -b niontim ot federal control ol
Another deflck-ncy approprlutlon of
J 1.:ifi-'f,"'"i for "star route" or contract