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PAtJE SIX THE lOLA DML^ REGISTER, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 9.1983. lOEA, KANSAS KANSAS RATED Jayhawkers, Howevei!, the Losersi in Two Previous Cage Encounters Conference Standings. - • • il W. L. Pet. TP. OP. Kansd? 0 1,000 32 37 31 53 IB 29 33 25 47 28 Missouri U. 1 0 1.008 Iowa iStato ..1 0 1.000 Oklahomai .....1 I .500 Kansas State ...0 1 .000 Nebrtoka .j..,.:. .0 2 .000 . 62 69 Games This Week. Tuesdayi-Kansas State vs. Kan- .sas at Lawrence; lyilssburl vs. St. Loui.s :at St. Louis. . . Saturday—Idwa State" vs. Missouri • at Columbia; Kansas vs. 'Oklahoma at: Norman; Kansas -State;vs. Nebraska at Lincoln. ; Results: Last Week. Kansas 32. Nebraska 29. Iowa State 31.' Oklahoma 25. Missouri 37. Nebraska 33. Oklahoma 28, Kansas State 16. Kan.sas City. Jan. 9. (AP)—Wheth- rr the caRcrs of Kansas State college can beat the University of Kansas basketball team when the result counts,: in the! Big Six conference percentage column as ithey did in two I exhibition'-games this season, win be determined at Lawrence Tuesday night.; In the noriconference warmup games Kansas-State was victorious 1 twice over Phog Allen's defending champion Jayhawkers. 31 to 27 and 15 to 11. However, Kansas lias revamped its offensive tonsiderably and is igenerallj rated as the fjavcir- ite ovoV Charlie Corsaut's Manhattan Wildcats. • i All conference squads will see ab- _4ion in' ihree Big Six games SBtvff- ' day night, in pne'of which either . Iowa State or: Missouri will ; )je knocked off the top rung of the standing. ; . j Iowa State edmed a tic with M«5- souri jfnd Kansas for first place py unexpectedly triumphing over Oklahoma in the season opener last ^ week, il to 25. without Ralph Thomson. Thomson, the only veteran reguiair on the Iowa State squ^d, was injured. : ] The Jayhawkers had a. scare In the first contest, in defense of their title. - but tlitey biat Nebraska. 32 to 29,\ The gfime would have been clo^r- but for the fact that two Nebraska players argued with the referee, who awarded Kansas two. free throws, bjoth of, which were madfe good ne| the crid of the game. Neb^ska took its seventh cm • tive beating at Missouri Saturday night.; 33 to 37. • The • Huskers li five' nonconferonce games befi their ^ames with Kansas and ^ • souri. They put' on a threatening long-shot barrage against Misso ' after having trailed by 2 to 17 eaifly in the game, but they were uhaljle to go'ahead. Tlie highly rated Oklahoma Soon- crs|, after theit surprising loss '^o 'th(j handicappijd Cyclones, played I a ; fast-breaking. : aggressive game at Manhattan Saturday to beat Kan­ .sas State, 28 to 16. Besides the four conference games • on the bill for- this week, there jis : one exhibition 'scheduled between Missouri and St. Louis university at St. Lbuis Tuesday-night. . PRAIRIE ROSE fVara Rogers.) • Jan. 5.—Lewis- Wood and Ira.Cook have returned from Iowa and Ne- 1 braska where they have been plck- , ing corn. Lewi^ expects to return t« ' Iowa again in a few days where he, has emploj-ment. ..MBS. Ila Vouhg and two daugh- _ ters :wcre vi.siting their aunt.^Mrs. Anna Ford Tliursday. s • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogers drove to i Baldwin Thursday taking their son Edgar to his work, wlth:T.he Perry Construction company, afttr j a-week's visit at home, while recoy- -|'erin^ from nu and a light attaik . of pneumonia. ] , MeMn Davi.s and family spent Monday at the parental Drake home sawing wood. Mr. and Mrs/ Floyd Knapp bf Colony, and John Manbeck .and family .spent Sunday at the parental Knapp lifame. r High school piipils have returned to .school work but junior cdUe*e students are having their vacatldn prolonged on account of the iflu. Mr. and Mrs.- J. P. Rogers spent Sunday at the R. L. Rogers home. Loren Rogers who came Chrisl- mius eve for a Visit with his family, came Friday evening for a visit at ihe parental; ROfjcrs home. I Cliarley Englchnrt and family sjient Sunday at John Holmes's in .ElBmore, Mrs, Ilogers jit.tendcd a meeting of: farm bnronii nutrition lenders JVfiUncRduy InMornn. Mr Kiid lyirK. Will Wood Hix'iit MoiKlny lit th(! Honry homo neur , KInciild,- Tlirlr little KmnddauRh- tor Joiin Hi'iiry.lft quite ill with flu (iMwell art other members of the ^ . Henry fnmlly. ; Scvcinl families have been sutfer- 111(1 from flu. "Members of Roscoe. a Ice. Will WotJd npd Roy Slngcri - families have about all been ill. ! House, MccLs and Adjourns. Washington, .Jan. 9. (AP)—The: I hou.se today met and adjourned'im-^ mediately out- of respect to the deaths over the week end of Representatives: Samuel A.- Kendall of Pennsylvania, and Robert R. Butler of Oregon. • V. P. Engineer Dies. .Salina, Kas.. Jan.,9. (AP)—Samuel A. Preshaw, 74, reth-ed veteran Union Pacific railroad engineer, who served with the' company from 1878 tb 1921, died Suiiday at his home in this city. French Workiss Riot. Dunkirk, Frahce. Jan, 9. (AP)— 'Tw'o thousand striking dock workers clashed with mouited poUce today hurling bottles and chairs. The police charged and some of the strikers were injured. There were many HiTestiS, "BIGGEST LIA&'? PhiUp McCarthy, above, Denver, busin|e.ss man, is' the nation's champion liar, .proclaimed wlrmer over |1200 entrants . in the Liars' Club contest. McCarthy won the annual medal with the tale of a cat with a wooden leg. The cat scared mice to death by~ peeping through a hole in the leg and got his owner in trouble by tapping out secret lodge signals. GRIEF CAUSES DEATH Congressman from Pennsylvania a • Suicide Because of Wife Washingtion, Jan. 9. (AP)—For Biontlis Representative Samuel Austin Kendall of Pennsylvaiila, grieved over the death of his wife. He tried to carry on, but the losis was too great.' So j'esterday he- killed himself. He was found dead in a big leather chair in his office in the house office building—a, bullet through his head and a new pistol In his hand. A verdict of suicide was Issued after a note was found at the. home of the 73-year-old'Republican who served the twenty-fourth Pennsylvania district. The note, addressed to his children, said: "My work on earth is completed. The sudden death - of your dear mother i\as the most severe' shock of my whole life and I have been imable to throw off my grief. 'Every day has added to .my sorrow and I can no longer bear my suffering which I have kept from you. "Mother has been calling me to join her and little "Van in heaven and I can no longer resist the call and am going to join them. •'Goodbye, Father." "Little Van," was a 4-year-old .son. Grant "Van Nest, who died in 1913. Kendall and hLs wife, the former Miss Minnie Edith Wiley of Liscomb. Iowa, had been married niear- ly half a century at.the time of her death last August 22. Kendall served 14 years In the house. He was'defeated for reelection In November, but a-son Samuel A. iKendall Jr., said the defeat had not depressed bis father. Besides Mrs. Angtis and Kendall Jr.. another son, John Wiley Kendall, survives. They, all live here. MILDRED DEFEATS LAHARPE Both Boys and Girls Teams Win.in Mannaton League Openers > (Special to The Rcei-stcr.) LaHarpe. Jan. 7—Mildred and La- Harpe high schools opened the Marmaton "Valley league basketball season here Friday night, the visiting team taking a 48-13 decision. The Mildred girls w^ere also victorious by 22-18. R. Curley, Mildred, guard, was high scorer of the game with 16 points. Sinclair and Jefferis ac- coimtcd for ten each. LaHarpe's next game will be "at Unlontown January 13. | Mildred wjU opixi.sc Unlnntown at Mildred January 10 and Bronson at Bronson on January 13. IF YOU MISS THE REGISTER GALL Mil OR !i2n - CLAR^ GRIFniV HAS PROBLEMS TO SOLVE BEFORE TAKIMG FLAG Old Fox Wants Better Catchen, Joe Cranin to Pan Oat and Travis to Develop Into Third Basbnan BRUSHING OP SPORTS r--By Lanfer Washington, Jan. 9. (AP)—Clark Griffith laid down his pinochle hand, arched his busy eyebrows and opined to the newspaper boys that there were four big problems between his Washington Senators and the Ainerican league pennant. With a friendly grin at Frankie Baxter, the bat boy who had been playing a prominent role. In the pinochle ! game, Griffith touched a match to his dead cigar and gave the foiu: as: Joe Comln, and will he fit into his new dual, role of shortstop and manager? I Development of Rookie Cecil Travis with third base in mind, the job now held by the veteran Ossie Bluege. ' A training at Biloxi, Miss., that will put the Senators in Aghtlng trim and on their toes for opening here with Connie Mack's Philadelphia Athletics. Cronln, stepping into the managerial shoes of Walter Johnson, who brought the Senatois home in third place last season, will be do- ipg his first trick as a player-manager and he's only 26. But Griffith, with memories of Bucky Harps and his 1924 and 1925' In iiilnd, has a lot of faith in Joe. The club owner, who has learned in organized baseball the title of 'The Old Fox," in recent weeks has been up to his swapping tricks in an effort to build up a winner for Cronln' next fall. In the several trades of the last month, Griffith has sought to build lip the batting punch of the Senators. The most recent deal which Griffith let leak out Saturday' brings Luke Sewell of Cleveland here to catch in place of Roy Spencer, who went to the Indians in exchange. Sewell on his record Is a bit better at clouting than Spencer and each fielded .978 last season. In Cecil Travis, a big 20-year-old country boy from Riverdale, Oa., Griffith has the makings of an In- flelder for whom he turned down $50,000 last year. In 1931, Travis clouted .429 in 18 games with Chattanooga, and last. year, playing in 152, banged his Way to an average of .362. / A 'a K IbRAPORSe CP f7t)° NEWS OF MORAN Mrs. W. i. Wells Elected President of 'Metbodist Ladles' Aid. for Ennaing Year. North Maple Grove Jan. 5.—Neariy everyone in this neighborhood has' had the flu this past week. School stai-ted again Monday after a week's vacation. Maxlne and Charles ^cAnulty and Shirley Ann Kettle are still unable to attend on account of the flu. . Rev. and Mrs. McQuay Geer left for Tulsa, olda., Sunday afternoon after a week's visit with her par-^ ents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wiggins. Lee Smith and MJirion Selanders drove down from the Glenloch neighborhood Saturday afternoon. Mr. Selanders visited his aunt near Piqua, and Mr. Smith visited at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Chas. Melvin. Both returned Sunday afternoon. The school children are enjoying the ^cond bi-mionthly examinations Thursday and Friday: Of this.week. Wanda Jean Zllllox_ missed school Wednesday afternoon on account of toothache.' - • , Mrs. Chas. Melvln and Kathleen visited school Wednesday afternoon. A ni^nber from here attended the meat demonstration at Mr. George Kettles Tuesday afternoon -which was conducted by Mr. Braiun, coim- ty agent. The farm bureau held a meeting after the demonstration and elected officers for the 'coming year. Mrs. Bralnard was elected president; Mrs. Alva Bliadwlck, vice- president; Mrs. George Kettle, secretary and treasurer. The next meeting will be [held January 25, at ttie home of Mrs. Chas. Melvln. Mr. and Mri. Leonard Dunbar spent Sunday at the Melvln home. Miss Harriett Hulbert also spent the day there.. ! More Rabbits! •rr,-Hi-:N the major league mag- 'nate.s a.«senil)lcd recently to inutt;r t ilirough depressed Jowls tiir-ir ideas on. tliat^ popular siib- jfrt. "What's the Matter With H;iR<*b:<ll?" it was only "natural tliHt. lher<< .'•houhl be an e.xrhnnKo of r|.'iniiilsiv'n<'PH dating back to tllO^^;• Koort old il.-iys. Tli'? propojijllon wnii hro.-iclied tlijit ihi< KOIHI old fln.vK" re;illy «'i'r'>; clvi'ti In hnKohitll h,v tho ({ooi! ol.l jiihl''lfn (imi llinl i!ilii(?K aro poi vhiii Ihf.v iii'Cil to tif liccaimi- n filffiri'iil r;wi' of men pliiy (hf i^Hiiiif- now, 'I'h'" niiinr-s of MnniMvilli<, Kvcrn niul <i|hcr.M wcf" hilfodiircil i .-vl- flcnro ol the (JpIrK of ihcrncii of (•(li'r .M-uist —and Kriili? (Julelny told iliiM story; "AlonK .nhoiil 1!)15 I chased the liabbii out of the game one day nftcrli nn arRiiment. Maranville blampd some chatter that Evers had handed out for gelling him into ihe troM'le. short tTnie later Maranville tjvisted hl.s leg in a collision with a- .bik Cincinnati player named Jacklitsch, and .was put on tlie shelf;for repairs. When the team got t|o St. Louis, the Rabbit and a few of the boys, finding themselves with a nice hot evening on their hands, found relief in the beer gardens along Kings High- Comes a Cropper "i'T'HE Rabbit, according to his usual custom, did most of the entertaining, and on the way back jto the hotel, while putting on an acrobatic show, tell on his injured leg and hurt himself pretty badly. It was necessary to prop him up'on crutches. : 'When Evers, who was rooming with ^Maranville, heard what had happened he-let Rab'»t have al! tho wards, he knew—and Johnny knew plenty of choice words to u.ip. Rabbit was not one to listen witlioiU reply, and soon the shouting in Rabbit'H room became so loud that the clerk called up ,and ordered the two to pipe dowii 01 leavif the hotel. "Kvers k-ft th" room, »(ill chat- t'Tlna. Tlif( Rabbit, xtlll .thlriiiy, tclotihoiif'd I'or a pitcher of boor 'I'hiMi iiiii'kint: hln crutches boHide .the bed. In} lioppod In and Htaiti'd to. uliiK—iiiid when I say nine I nu^nti Sl.S'fi ".'^iiortly ihi»rc was a knqck on the. door and a loud v(jlcq demand^ ed ((iilct. Till' Rnl)l)It liobbled to file (l(K)r, (liiiiB 11 open and I'loppcd' bis list sninck Into the face of the night watchman. . I • • '-• • Evers Takes the Rap fctrpuB watchman ran down the •'• corridor, with the Rabbit after him, pelting hlni as he ran. Returning to.his room, the Rabbit crawled into bed. When the police came up to investigate. Rabbit pointed at the crutches .beside his bed.' , ' , " How could I .chase thelg.iiy' down lie liall when 1 cant even gel oui of bed without those cheateri?' he protested angrily. 'It must have been somebody else.' 'They asked the Rabbit' who roomed with him, arid when he informed them Evers had just left the room a short time before, tho law hunted John up and rushed him off to jail.! Mahager Stallings had to bail him out. "And the nex£~^day Stallings suggested that Evers sit oh the bench a few days and rest up as he was afraid the heat was getting him down!" OLDELSMORE Jan. 6—Misses Eula and Eunice Davis ate Christmas diimer at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T: A. Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Jlih Ard and family spent last Thiursday at the parental Shelton home near Bronson. Mris. Edd Ralston, Jack and Dixie have been having the flu. A. M.' Sylvester was calling at the Will Alderman home Satimiay. Miss Eunice EjaVis spent last week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wood. Clyde Davis and Raymond Bacon have been ill with flu. Edd Little helped Keith Ford with his butchering work Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lon'Mattocks and Dale Jones spent New Year's day at the C. F. Maxwell home. Lewis Stanley who has been quite ill. Is getting along nicely at present. Miss Hazel LaRue spent Sattu-day night and Sunday with Eimice Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Will Alderman were in Savonburg Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Bacon and family spent New Year's day with Mrs. Bacon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Robb, LaHarpe. The L. L. Page family. Mrs. Lewis Stanley. Ruth and Earl, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanley and family were among those who spent! New Yeai-'s day at Milford Page's' near Klniball. f Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dale. Wichita, called on Eula Davis Sunday. Mrs. C. F. Maxwell helped her daughter. Mrs. Lola Mattocks cook for threshers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Alderman were visiting at the C. F- Maxwell home Tuesday evening. SPRING BRANCH (Mrs. Harold Gay.) Jan. .4.'^Mrs. Olive Dickens and Daisy spent; Friday aftemooti with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. A. E. Skinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry, Maley called Stmday at ;the following homes: W. H. Maley; M. S. Skeens, and Roy Mallard. Mr. and Mrs. Wlloy Skinner spent Stinday afternoon with Mrs. A., E. Skinner. Mr. arid Mrs. A. W. Bnmdage and Jutt spent Stmday afternoon with their son and brother, Joe Bnmd­ age and family, of Gas City. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Spencer and rJoris, Ivan and Carol, spent Sun- daynaftemoon; at the E. R. Weldln home. Mr. W. H. Maley of LaHarpe, spent Thursday at the Harry Maley home. Miss Ethil Skinner spent Sunday with Mrs. Bessie Grieves. Mr. WUbem Colgln, Harold and Dorothy, visited at the De Oraffen- reld home Saturday afternoon. MrJ and Mrs. Harold Oay called Sunday dt tho Mario I?opc home In loin, and also at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roush. The Prdgrcssivc club hold a watch sparty Saturday night, December 31, at the B. F, Spencer home. Tho evening was spent playing games, music and old; time slnguig. After the New Ycor was ushered in re^ freshmcrits were served to the following: Mrs: Tom Sherwood and Randal. Dorothy and Harold Colgln, Ethel Skinner, Alma and Mabel Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Berkl- hlser and Charlene and Clarence Abbe, Mr. and Mrs: Harold Gay, Mr. and Mrs. Harold White, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Spencer and Beryl, Elvln. Carol, Doris and Ivan. Canadians Back to Work. Montreal, Jan. 9. (AP)—Twenty thousand men went back to work In Canada today as shops of the Canadian Pacific railway were opened after a shutdown since Christmas. In Montreal, 4000 men returned to work. Hutchhison—Chester Deata, 48j Kansas City Insurance man, 00m- mitted suicide here yesterday by hanging himself. The body was found at the home of bis parenta, wbiere he bad been staying following a nervous breakdown two months ago. His widow, a son and a daughter, live In Saoeas City. BEATTYS GET U. S. MILLIONS American millions are to be delivered to two sons of Admiral Beatty, British naval hero of the World War. They are Viscoimt David Field Beatty, above, and Peter Randolph Louis Beatty, below, sons of Admiral Beatty's marriage to Ethel Field, one of the heirs of Marshall Field, Chicago merchant. Each of the Beatty boys is to receive a million doir lars, as Is Arthur Ronalil Lambert Tree, son of the late Lady Beatty by a former marriage. ROOSEVELT FOB BANK BILL Senator Glass Makes Statement During Compromise Efforts; Washington. Jan. 9. (AP)— In the nrldftt of oompromlso efforts on Uie branch. banking controversy. Senator Glass (D, Va.), told the senate today during debate on his bankltig reform bin that lie folt"outhori«!d to,say that President-elect Roosevelt wnnts this bill passed. The compromise on loot would permit branch banking by National banks only In those states permitting state banks to have branches wltiiin state lines. The present provision, over which Democratic liberals and conservatives are split, would permit branches regardless of state, laws prohlblt- uig them. Upon resumption of senate consideration of the measiu«. Senator Glass asserted he wanted ito "deny" the bill would "Incur a veto from the president-elect" as he said had been predicted In some quarters im- friendly to the measure. Model T Supplies 1915-25 Ford T Treated Transmission Lining ^xed with riTetsI 39c 1926-27 Ford T Treated Transmission Lining Boxed with rivetsi 45c 1915-27 F^rd T Connecting Exch. 49c ANDREWS & SON ^ ^14 Sooth WaiWngtom. (Mrs. O. H. Ford.) MORAM, B:a6., Jan. 6. —^At the annual meeting of Ladles' Aid of the Miethodlst Episcopal church Thursday afternoon tbe following officers were electeid for the ensuing year. ISs^. W. J. Wells, president; Mrs. L, D. MitcheU, first vice- president; Mrs. D. O. Oifford, sec-; ond vice-president; Mrs. E. H. Bur-| rell, secretary, and Mrs. . Charles Hughes rel-elected treasurer. Mr. and; Mrs. Carl Snodgrass and three chil(iren, Meta, Paul arid Dale visited Stmday in Lone Elm, guests of the E.'G. Golden family. The following group of ladies, from the Christian church spent lliurs- day quilting at the bom6 of Mrs. Ida Merrili: lilesdunes Albert Manning, Joiin Weast,. Will Young, George Wieast, C. F. Broulllard, J. J. BomanJ A. C. Best, E. H. Bartlett, Delia-Grow, Clay Weast. A covered dish luncheon was enoyed at the noon hour. Mr. and. Mrs. George Hubbard who have been here visiting at the W. E. Allen home, east of town and at the home of Mrs. Hubbard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weast. both of whom have been ill with Influenza, were able to retium to their home in I61a Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Edwards and son WaidO.I arid their daughter Mjrs. Albert Broulllard and family, were guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edwards, LaHarpe. Mrs. A. M. Lee and little daughter Dorothy. Laramie, Wyo., who spent the holiday season Iiere with their parents and grandparents, Mn and Mrs. N. L. Harris and other relatives, left Wednesday for their home. Miss Olive Day is caring for the children of Mt. and Mrs. Earl Green while Mrs. Oreeri is sulMtitutlng in high school for Miss Lena Damold who is being detained at her home in Kansas City with sinus trouble following an attack of influenza. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Goyette had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Ohlfest, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Goj'ette, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Goyette, Mr. PYank Goyette, Elsmore, and Miss RosejFrantz of lola. Mr. U. H. Epptrson went to Bronson Thtu^ay afternoon where he attended the fimeral services held at the Mtethodlst Episcopal church for his cousin! Kemey Brown, Parsons, whose deaUi occurred Tuesday evening, Janriary 3. Interment was made in "the Bronson cemetery. Miss Dbllie V. Adams, county superintendent, was here Thursday afternoon visiting the city schools. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. iScott entertained Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wright and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Plowman and daughter Louise, Kansas City. [ Friends are indeed glad that Mr. D. O. Gilford Is able to be in his office again after several days illness from Influenza. , Little Yvette Dimphrey who has been ill and absent from school several months was able to reenter this week. • , Eleanor Reede, • Parsons visited here over the week-end with Jean Gilliam and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Broulllard and Norma Lee returned Thiursday to their home in Parsons after a visit over the holidays with relatives and friends here. Rev. and Mrs. N. A. Peck of the Presbyterian church ' were . dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Femeaux and they had as their guests overnight Tuesday, Mi-. Fred Deusenberry of Anthony, Kas., who was an elder in the church at that -place when Mr. Peck was serving his first pastorate. Mrs. Lee Cook and. her,niece, Mrs. Ruby Kcrschner were business visitors Iri Ft. Scott, Wednesday.. WHERE TO, JiaiiMY? RESOLUTION FOR REPEAL VOTED I BY COMMITTEE (Continued From Page One^; , With an unslgried contract in his pocket from the University of Washington, Jimmy Phelan Is looking for greener pastures. Jliri- my wants a job at,some schoolin the east or midwest, and doesn't Intend signing untU he Inspects all . possibilities. KNIFE OVER MARINES Friends of Devil Dogs Form to Resist Impending. Cut Charleston, W. Va.f^Munlclpal Judge D. I Boone Dawson in calling his docket today will find thereon One elephant, blocking traffic." While imrading the streets doing advertising, Jumboi suddenly turned himself crosswise and stopped, tie- ing up a long line of cars. His owner got.a ticket. Washhigton, Jan. 9. (AP)— Believers in the nation's most colorful armed force—the marine corps—are entrenched for the' fast-develophig congressional .contest over whether 1,700 more "devil dogs" shall be sent back to civil life. . The dispute brought on by President Hoover's budget recommendation that the strength of the corps be, reduced from 15,343 to 13,600 to save money, isj certain to stir "iip a heavy fire of debate before the issue Is settled. - • j The next step against the "cut will be taken this week when the house naval affairs' committee receives a report from a special subcommittee holding that the budget recommendation should be overridden, And evidence obtained by the naval subcommittee In lengthy hearings will be presented; to: support that contention. In 1931, opponents of the reduction will say, the marine corps was allowed 18,000 men. Hence the accumulated reduction, including that proposed by i the budget, would amount to 24:4 per'cent. In addition In the words of Major General Ben H. Fuller, corps commandant, the 1700 reduction would save only $359,000 out of a 5-bllllon- doUar budget. It Is argued, too. that the army and navy have not suffered proportional cuts, in personnel, and thjat the marine corps . reduction would be harmful. Although soriie naval officers call the marines "glory grabbers." the highest officials in the navy believe they perform a very important func- tiori and that their strength should be maintained. By an unsixiken international agreement, marines can be landed In foreign countries without the occupation constituting: an act of war. tions Instead of legislatures 'R ^as ' defeated 8 to 6. This question. Chairman Norris said, was discussed during most of the committee's meeting. A motion by Senator Blaine; to eliminate Sectio^i 3 -was rejected by a 9 to 5 vote as follows: For: Blaine, Hebert, King, Bratton and Black, < Against-r-Robinson of Indiana. Hastings, i Austin, Schuyler, A»h- hurst, Walsh of Monlapa, Dill, Nibely and Norris. Unanimous Vote. Senator Black proposed t^ie fourth section, which was adopted by Jhc unanimous vote of the 14 present, with Borah, Schall and Stephens absent; • . Senator McNary, a.ssistant Republican leader, gave assurance that action on the repeal resoluCion would be speeded ,ln the senate.-5,Hc said it might be taken up before the end of this week. i McNary added he had assured Blaine the repeal measure would be taken up as soon, as the senate -JIBS disposed of the pending Glass bank reform bill and two waiting apjiro- prlatlon bills. The senate will;take up tiie d'efl- clency appropriation bill tomorrow, . McNary said, and then proceed'.*lth the Glass bill, possibly reaclilrig a vote on that before the end of the day If a compromise now being negotiated Is worked-out. Then the senate' will take up the a treasury-postofflce appropriation ' bill with its econbmj' rider. ••I have told Senator Blaine." Mc- Narj- said, "that as soon as the Wo' appropriation bills and the Glass measure are out of the way we will take up the repeal resolutlo^. -We might be able to reach It the laiter parti of this week." KANSAS BRIEFS (By the Associated Press) Coffeyville—Luther (Spike) Woodruff. 42. Coffeyville, was fatally wounded yesterday and his alleged adversary, Da,vid McKibben, was held by officers at Nowata, Okla. McKibben suffered a shattered arm In the shooting which' took place at a "dwelling I In South Coffeyville, Okla. ; i Woodruff, w'hosc former wife is a sister of McKibben, died late yesterday in a Nowata hospital. Wichita—Elmer E. Soderstrom, 60, a bookkeeper for the internal revenue department, was found dead in the federal building yesterday, apparently the victim of a self- Inflicted'bullet wound. A .38 caUber pistol lay by his side. H. 'H.. Motter, internal revenue collector, said Sodcrstrom's records were in good, order, and cxpre.v;ed the belief he had taken his life because of ill health. 10c-15c KELLEY Showing the Greater Plctares TODAY AN^ TUESDAY— i"DYNAMITE - That's what tf|«y called her... beauteous. ^ primN ; tive...ln^oouf...waitirg to be tamed. CLARA NIGHTS 10c-25c The Incandescent flame of her personality undl nlnished and undlmmed. i Call Her Sav0g0' The throblng adventnres of a woman who unleashed her heart. PLUS—A SELECTED PROGRAM OF FEATURETTES PAR EXCELLENCE! WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY— JACK OAKIE, VINA DELMAR, SHEBLEY OBEY LEON WYCOFF IN. **UPTOWN NEW YORK" FRIDAY ONLif ' Stuart Erwln, Alison Skipworth, Susan Fleming in **HE LEARNED ABOUT WOMEN" CORIING—Aim Harding, Leslie Howard in "ANIMAL KINGDOM" —Claife Osble, Carol Lombard, Dorothy MackaiU in "NO MAN OF HEB OWN." ! BETHEL Jan. 4.—There is lots! of sickness In this district at ^ils writing ambhg them are, Mrs. Earl Smith, Lam;>l.ne Marie and Winona, Raloh Lenth.er- man, Nlla Nadlne Gibson, Harold Butts and son Elvln, and Loralne Ziriimcrman. ' . ' Mr. and Mrs. Pud Zome.s and family spent Sunday at the pare ;Wal Collins home, Charles staged there this week to help his grandpa shuck com. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Gibson and Vlrgie ate dinner New Year's day. with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hlbbs, CUr- tis and Paul; ; Oca Laver called at Ed Gibson's Tuesday £fftemoon. ' ^ , Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gibson Verc dinner guests with his mother Mrs. John Gibson and ^nlece and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl White. V Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leathentian and family and her mother, Mrs. Ida Fursman who went to Indiana for, a visit. With her son, Mr. and Mrs. t'rank Fursman, have been delayed there on account of sickness. / Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Andcr- \ son were guests at the home of theh- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Zomes. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hre moving in the Prairie Hall neighborhood, i There still exist savages who are devoid of any sense of sliame at exposing the naked body.. ; "THEATEE OF; THE STABS" MATINEE mar ^^tWFt NIGllT 10c-15c: K% V • • lOc -aSc Mighty Epic of the Silvec Eirtpire in Colorado! NEVER BEFORE HAS ANiY ONE THEATEil PRESENt- EI) SO MANY? SPECTACIl- LARHITS! Coming Soon—- . - ' Ramon Novarro; Helen Hayes"The Son Daaghter" S Slim SummervlHe, Zasu Pitts "They Just Had to Get Married" ' The Sensational jungle Romancft ."Nag«ia" ^ Ruth Chatterton's Greatest Pictui 'C "Frisco Jenny" Lee Tracy. James Gleason "Clear AU Wires!" ^ "50,000 Years in SingI Sing" ; ; "Whistling in the Dark"

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