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News and Tribune, The (Newspaper) - August 20, 1933, Jefferson City, Missouri We DO OUR MJtT NEWS AKD TRIBUNE SECTION ONE 16 PAGES A SUNDAY COMBINATION OF THE MORNING CAPITAL NEWS AND EVENING POSTTRIBUNE VOLUME B NUMBER 30 JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI SUNDAY AUGUST 20 1933 ffiESTEELOIL AND LUMBER CODES SIGNED Roosevelt Puts Largest U S Industries Under NRA Leaves For Hyde Park WASHINGTON Aug In a dramatic climax to his whirl wind week of activity President Roosevelt tonight signed fair prac tice codes for the gigantic steel oil and lumber industries before taking R late night train for his home at 3tele Park New York approval of the documents brought the three pivotal industries under the NBAs Blue Eagle after weeks of bickering within the in dustries and between them and the administration which ended only af ter the chief executives personal in tervention With their signing four of the nations six key industries are under the wings of the Blue Eagle and al most twothirds of the industrial workers of the country are covered in the recovery program of greater purchasing power and shoiter work ing hours Boosevelt attached his signature to the oil and steel codes late to night only half an hour before his train left for New York They were carried to him a few minutes earlier by Hugh S Johnson indus trial administrator after 4B hours of almost continuous negotiation Ends a Hectic Week The weary industrial leader had almost run through the lobby on his way into the Presidents office with the two important documents shouting breathlessly to newspaper men as he rushed by I have the oil and steel codes he emerged Johnson only d for a minute to say the codes signed and rushedback to his office to explain to newspaper men what they were all about The lumber code had been signed earlier in the evening as President Roosevelt rushed ahead with his ar rangements to return to Hyde Park Roosevelt left the Eeastern Standard A small crowd assembled at the station to see the President de spite the late hour As the train pulled out Mr Roosevelt sat at a table still working on the problems Drive to Put Consumers Under NRA Is Next Step Blue Eagles to Be Placed In Every Household That Pledges to Buy Only from Merchants Cooperating Under the NRA The local NBA committee re ceived instructions from Washing ton yesterday that the next step in the national recovery campaign is the consumer drive when every family in the city will be asked to sign the consumers statement of cooperation It is expected that the campaign for consumers coopera tion will be the week of August 28 The card which the consumers will sign reads I will cooperate in reemployment by supporting and patronizing employers and workers who are members of NRA AH those who sign this card will be en titled to use the consumer eagle which is the same eagle displayed by employers with the word con employers except farmers house holds and the government are ex pected to sign the employers code for their line of business or the presidents reemployment agreement Concerning owners of stores with out employees interpretation 14 reads Owners operating their own establishments without any em ployees may obtain the insignia of NBA by signing the presidents agreement and a certificate of com pliance The agreement may be obtained at the postoffice The local NRA committee urges all citizens of the Capital City and this vicinity to attend the statewide meeting which the state recovery committee of Governor Park is the signia sumer across the face of the honorary chairman has called for the north side of the state capito for 2 oclock next Thursday after noon This meeting will be address ed by Governor Park and other prominent speakers In response to many inquiries re ceived at the Chamber of Com merce the local NBA committee calls attention to the fact that all TWO HITANDRUN SUSPECTS HELD One Jailed For Driving While Intoxicated Other Out On Bond Two men were arrested and book ed on charges of driving while in toxicated and leaving the scene of an accident after they had damaged five cars Fred Schneider of Hartsburg who is accused of hitting and damaging three cars was jailed when he failed to give bond He said he was driv ing in a careful and prudent man ner but that the other cars persist ed in appearing unexpectedly in his path A small quantity of whisky was found in his car Herb Busch was accused of dam aging two automobiles He was re leased on bond Eight cars were damaged here in the last three days by drivers who left the scene of the accident THREE COUPLES ARE Marriage licenses issued Saturday that pressed him up to the instant iwent tne following couples of his departure The Chief Executive barely had time to get to the station after signing the all important industrial codes Consider Other Problems During the day the President gave consideration to both the in dustrial and public works programs cleared his desk of a batch of pend ing nominations delved into the first serious railroad labor dispute Dunn to come before Kansas City Southern controversy and went thoroughly over the plans for Tennessee Valley development Arthur E Morgan and David E Lilienthal Joseph B Eastman railroad co ordinator was called in by the LOUJS Bock President to talk with C M John farmer jn the son president of the Kansas City Southern on the labor dispute on that line Norbert Kliethermes of Meta and Jeanetfce Groose of Eugene They will be married at Marys Home Tuesday Fred R Bailey of St Louis and Dorothy E Matthews of Flora III They were wed by Rev Thos B Mather Methodist minister Late Friday Vincil Maxey of Jef ferson City and Dorothy Meier of Lehman were granted a license and married by Probate Judge Curtis L LOUIS BOCK 77 DIES NEAR RICHFOUNTAIN SKUNK THROWN INTO CHURCH BOYS SOUGHT HOLDENVTfjLE OKLA Aug 19 with disturbing religious worship by throwing a skunk into the schoolhouse at Beth el three youths were sought today by Hughes county officers Members of the congregation ejected the polecat only after the animal had expressed its displeasure according to instinct Secretary Ickes went over the public works plans and the Presi dent arranged to see labor officials in connection with this jobmaking program UNION MUSICIANS TO AID FATCAND LEANS Plans for the parade to be staged on Monday nightt August 28 pre liminary to the annual benefit base ball game on the following night at Whiteway Park between the Fats and Leans of the city are pro gressing promoters announced yes terday The local union musicians band will head the procession and the rn Woodmen drill team already s notified the committee in charge ey will appear in it Each year the baseball game be tween the Fats and Leans is staged here for benefit of the Cole County Tuberculosis Society The event this year gives promise of be ing funnier and more entertaining than ever WEATHER MISSOURI Showers Sunday or Sunday night and possibly Monday not much change in temperature Weather outlook for the week be ginning Monday For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri r mostly near ur above normal probably with one or two shower periods 77 Osage county Richfountain com numity died there last night after an illness of several months He suffered a stroke of paralysis last May Bock was born and reared in the Richfountain community and was a lifelong resident of that section Five sons and six daughters sur vive PLANE CRASHES NEAR DOVER DELO BURNS DOVER Del Aug red cabin monoplane late today hurtled down from the skies near Leipsic west of here and wa buried under eight feet of water and mudin a marsh State troopers said the plane ap parently was nit by lightning in mid air It immediately burst in flames and the engine exploded Neighbors and others struggling in the mire to reach the debris and extricate the pilot apparently the only person aboard were driven back as high tide flooded the marsh Investigation disclosed that a plane answering the description of the wrecked one operated by Har old McMahon of Oyster Bay L I was missing McMahon in a plane owned by the Skylark Company on Long Is land landed at Atlantic City At the airport there he took off again after a short rest and said he was heading for Washington KANSAS CITYS IDLE RETURNED TO WORK KANSAS CITY Aug The chamber of commerce report ed today that an investigation has disclosed that the Blue Eagle is j putting Kansas Citys idle back to work A questionnaire seeking to dis cover the affect of the NRA here was sent by the organization to 400 business houses The fortyfive re plies received today showed that 895 persons have been employed by the answering firms since Aug 1 Owing to the small number of re plies no estimate could be made as to the total number of persons re LO me Loiai numoer 01 persons re Funeral services will be held Mon employed here under the stimulus of day morning at Kichfountain I NRA 100 Pass Bar Examination John T Riley of Jefferson City Is Successful James T Riley son of Mr and Mrs Thomas J Riley 1123 East Miller Street was among the one hundred candidates to success fully pass the state bar examin ation June 26 27 and 28 The ex amination was taken by 278 can didates Riley is a graduate of Cumber land university and ranked third in his class He attended par ochial schools here before going to college John Delano Caulfield son of Governor and Mrs H S Caulfield was among the successful candi dates Successful candidates by cities follow Marshal Charles L Bacon Richmond Heights Ambrose Maplewood John C Casey Wal ter A Henkel George P Wilson Springfield Thomas Coppage Trlgar M Eagan Sikeston Robert A Dempster Columbia Louis L Dent Vic tor Clark Gladney Bolivar Howard C Douglas Miller M Stanley Ginn University City Ralph B Gra ham Jr L Earl Kraeger Wil liam L Maher Joseph Russell Frager Julian M Orenstein Montgomery City Elliott Mc Kay Hughes Fair Play Viva Norman Hunt Linneus Walter C Hotaling Excelsior Springs Richard An drew Moore Neosho Charles E Prettyman 3rd Wayne V SJankard Jefferson City James T Riley St Joseph Roger Hudson Shackelford Max Wasserman Niangua William R Blackwell Chula Archie H Gale Nettleton Stephen Jerome Mil lett Plattsburg Julian L OMalley Clayton William French Sindel Poplar Bluff Randolph H Web er Ferguson Asa Grant Dean Glasgow Jack Harrison Denny St Louis James M Brown T Continued on Page 2 HSVANDERBILT MARRIED SAILS ON HONEYMOON Sportsman and MultiMillion aire Is Wed To Phila delphia Girl NEW YORK Aug Harold S Vanderbilt multimillion aire railroad director and yachtman of New York and Newport was married quietly today to Miss Ger trude Lewis conway socially promi nent Philadelphia girl They sailed for Europe on the Liner Rex immediately following the ceremony The bride daughter of the late John Conaway noted society horse man of two decades ago has been a frequent yachting companion in recent years with the 49yearold captain and principal owner of the sloop enterprise which defended the Americas cup three summers ago against the last of the challenges by the late Sir Thomas Uptons Shamrocks The Rev Paul Stevens Oliver of St Thomas Church on Fifth Ave nue read the marriage service which took place in Vanderbilts suite at the Barclay Hotel The license was obtained secret ly and news of the wedding was withheld until after the Italian liner left her pier Vanderbilt one of the Americas wealthiest bachelors is the son of the lato William T Vanderbilt and the late Mrs O H P Belmont The bride described by society friends as charming and very at tractive is 32 The bridegroom quiet and reserv ed is also internationally known as an amateur bridge player and one of his frequent playing companions Ely Culbertson said upon learning of the marriage If he makes as good a husband as he does a bridge partner Itll be a perfect match YOUTH ARRESTED IN ROSEBUD CONFESSES KANSAS CITY AUG AP Bonds totaling were fixed today by Judge James R Page for Charles W Frazier 17 pending the youths trial on charges of first de gree robbery John B Muehlebach 19 Fraziers alleged companion in crime pleaded guilty to the nine charges Sentence was suspended The two youths were said by of ficers to have admitted they were fleeing from police at the time the officers car overturned and killed Sgt Eric O Bjorback FOUR CARUTHERSVILLE TEACHERS INJURED CARUTHERSVILLE Mo Aug 19 school teachers of Caruthersville were severely injured this afternoon when their automo bile left the highway near Wilson Ark and crashed into a ditch wrecking the machine Aubrey H Simons high school principal suffered three broken ribs and internal injuries his wife was unconscious with a head injury when rescued Dack Hopke athletic coach and former Westminster Col lege star suffered a broken leg and Miss Mary Sawyer was badly shaken up and bruised It was not believed they will be able to teach when high school opens here September 4 NEARLY 155000 SEE MISSOURI STATE FAIR SEDALIA Mo Aug Even the weather man was kind to the Missouri State Fair which un marred by rain for the first time in years closed today after having at tracted a total attendance of ap proximately 155000 An hour after the fair closed rain began falling Averaging 72 miles an hour Pat Cunningham of Topcka won todays feature 15 miles auto race Jewell Mayes assistant commis sioner of agriculture and Charles W Green secretary of the fair associa tion said the exposition was a suc cess both for attendance and the quality of the exhibits WESTPHALIA VOTES WET 237 AND DRY 0 WESTPHALIA Mo Aug vote For repeal 237 against 0 This picturesque little German town waited a long time for dcr tag and all was happiness to night In the days before prohibition the stolid Germans knew little about law enforcement officers Since then the federals have come often taking away to jail some of the leading citizens and Westphalia didnt like it Today was their first chance to do something about they made he of the oc casion While all parts of the state re pcrted exceedingly light voting Westphalia cast 237 compared with 365 in the last general elec tion probably one of the highest on a percentage basis The repcalists also scored grand slams in five other Osage county precincts Freebuig Luystown Folk Kocltztown and Richfoun tain Vote Bv Counties 3 O o a Adair25 Andrew Atchison Audrian Barry Barton Bates 33 Benton 15 Bellinger 26 Boone 39 Buchanan 96 s a 3 g 3 ft X 23 18 27 39 23 Butler Caldwell Callaway Camtten Cape Girardeau RICCHETTI IS SEEN NEAR RICHMOND MO RICHMOND MO Aug Richetti Henchman of Charles Pretty Boy Floyd was re ported traveling alone in this vicin ity today armed with a machine gun The report was made to the sheriff by a traveling man who said he saw the gunman in Hardin six miles east of here traveling west to ward Richmond on Highway No 10 The sheriff posted men alons the highway but the man suspected of being Richetti evidently turned off the highway 25 15 31 19 40 Carroll27 CarDcr 9 Caps22 Cedar20 Chariton 22 Christian 21 Clark 23 Clay 25 Clinton 20 Cole 26 Cooper30 Crawford 14 Dade 18 Dallas 11 Daviess22 DC Kalb 17 Dent 28 Douglas24 Dunklin 18 Franklin 41 Gasconade 19 Gentry 26 Greene 54 Grundy20 Harrison 29 Henry 33 Hickory12 Holt 15 Howard19 Howell 28 Iron 18 Jackson544 Jasper 55 Jefferson 1G Johnson 25 Knox 19 Laclcde 24 Lafayette 30 Lawrence 24 Lewis 18 Lincoln 20 Linn25 Livingston 24 McDonald 18 Macon 39 Madison 10 Maries18 Marion 23 Mercer n Miller 27 Mississippi 14 Moniteau 19 Monroe 26 Montgomery 22 Morgan 27 New Madrid 28 Newton 29 Ncdaway 24 Oregon 21 Csage 32 Ozark 20 Pemiscot 35 Perry 26 Pcttis 45 Phclps29 Pike 11 Flatte 25 Polk 23 Pulaski 15 Putnam Raits Randolph 23 Ray 24 Reynolds 15 Ripley ir Saline 37 Schuyler 12 Scotland 15 Scott 10 Shannon 24 Shelby 21 St Charles 38 St Claire 22 23 18 11 28 33 6 15 13 30 81 25 15 25 17 957 735 971 819 216 341 732 478 2195 12581 1850 597 1414 362 3G 3890 3 178 20 664 19 1310 8 397 23 670 20 24 30 11 16 9 22 17 12 8 10 17 8 26 52 20 17 12 7 15 19 1C 12 970 4220 2020 959 596 480 721 415 532 301 2072 1676 1027 560 4816 826 475 837 189 311 1443 971 713 474 123418 45 41G5 2916 792 582 584 2520 975 1209 1107 1081 14 12 16 11 30 17 18 6 18 16 18 30 9 11 23 8 13 14 16 26 17 19 19 2 24 11 32 26 14 45 2 11 25 23 8 7 18 23 9 5 23 12 10 10 1 21 35 1266 515 660 2982 208 954 817 952 1406 1034 646 1963 1111 3G9 535 2173 1867 1579 2874 567 1527 1527 664 487 214 831 2105 456 294 1694 395 460 1545 140 950 3915 B til 1271 712 493 1547 171 580 344 379 1241 1537 649 1640 1031 252 932 56 1460 1154 692 1421 1603 508 951 361 1054 875 1468 1553 42B 522 867 297 69 1162 3086 1776 1005 894 804 1073 121G 1641 249 13185 2307 410 1079 598 713 1572 1373 919 369 1541 1081 4i7 218 903 633 789 400 997 688 666 793 450 1657 1870 577 358 357 97 1956 104 1068 71d 2533 522 545 4G3 1437 269 242 1210 705 885 494 63 1202 286 Continued on Page 2 WET ST LOUIS VOTES 20 TO 1 FOR REPEAL STATE GOES 3 TO 1 Cole County Votes Wet By More Than 8 To 1 With Two Precincts Out 10 TO 1 MAJORITY IS REGISTERED IN CITY Wardsville and Wolkcn Go Unanimous For Repeal Taos Vote 168 To 1 Cole county voted wnt by slightly more than 8 to 1 in yesterdays statewide special election on repeal of the eighteenth amendment With all but two rural precincts Scrivner and Lohman reported last night the vote stood 4220 for re peal and 508 against a majority of 3712 The two missing precincts are expected to add to the vote fav oring abolishing the eighteenth amendment Jefferson City voted overwhelm ingly for repeal the count being 2759 for and 249 against a major ity of 2510 or slightly more than 10 to 1 An unusually light vote was cast in the county the total being 4 728 in 24 precincts The total vote is expected to be slightly less than onethird of the normal vote in the county In the 1932 general election 14596 votes were cast Only three persons casttheir ballots against repeal in the fourth ward while an even 700 approved it This is Carl Buck Walzs ward Walz is president pro tern of the City Council fourth ward alderman and a wet leader Wardsville and Wolken voted 100 per cent for repeal At Wardsville the count was 73 for and none against and at Wolken the vote was 72 for and none opposing Taos tabulated a 168 to 1 vote for the twentyfirst amendment Only two precincts in the county voted against repeal one by mis take Osage Bluff voters misunder stood instructions on how to mark their ballots and 50 voted against repeal when they desired lo vote opposite Eight arys there voted wet Hickory Hill cast 20 ballots against and 16 for repeal U S URGED TO LEARN LESSON OF ADVERSITY CHICAGO Aug doctrine of spiritual resources com mensurate with Ihe nations mater ial abundance was advocated by Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace as a solution to perplexing social and economic problems Comparing Ihe life of the Bibli cal character David with the his tory of the United States Wallace told the world fellowship of faiths conference here last night that in the religious slory there was a les son to be learned by this nation in its recovery movement Davids religion stood him in good stead as long as he was con fronted with adversity Wallace aid But he did not have a reli ion which enabled him or Ivchil dren to live satisfactoriiy with ma terial abundance Vote By Precincts The vole of the five wards in Jef ferson City and 19 rural precincts in Ihe special repeal election Saturday was as follows For Againsi Repeal Rcpisil First Ward423 71 Second Ward 580 f9 Third Ward 41 Fourth Ward700 j Fifth Ward 487 Jefferson Township 220 15 RiiSKillville 121 18 Scotts Slnlion 34 2 Wardsville 73 o Wolken 72 o Elston 72 21 Ccnlcrtown H5 30 Scruggs Station 57 5 Brazito 61 9 Osage City 61 Eugene 50 12 Taos ICO 1 Osage Bend 4 2 Decalur 34 Henley 93 17 Marion 44 29 Hickory Hill 1 20 St Thomas 137 o Osage Bluff so Total 4220 SOU Lohman and Scrivner unreporlcd 50 Wets Vote Dry In Osage Bluff Error 8 Drys For Opponents Misinformed Election Judge Causes Confusion That Aids Dry Cause qtJSvotncl dry aijd cigi1 unintentionally in the special repeal election at Osage Bluff yesterday Instructed by a judge who ap parcnlly was misinformed on how lo mark the ballots the half hun dred repcalists voted for retention of the eighteenth amendment In the constitution They had been waiting since prohibition became a law to vote against it if they ever had a chance The eight drys thought Ihcy were voting to keep the eighteenth amendment in the constitution The wcls scratched No 1 instead of No 2 and the drys marked their ballots as the rcpeal ists should have In the tola Cole county vote Osage Bluff will go down with an other rural precinct Hickory Hill in voting against repeal The drys carried Hickory Hill and not by mislakc Other similar mistakes in indivi dual voting were reported yesterday but Osage Bluff was the only pre cinct where both sides voted wrong MORROWS NO LONGER WORRY ABOUT ANNE Constance Mor row revealed during a short visit hcer that her family docs not worry over the sometimes dangerous trips her sister Anne makes with her flying husband Col Charles A Lindbergh The family simply had lo slop getting upset over Anne said Miss Morrow They are completely re conciled to the fact that she is an avialor Baby Market Is Revealed Tulsa Doctors Charged With Sale of Infants TULSA Aug Evi dence that babies born out of wed lock have been sold here for adoption was revealed today by Mrs Mabel Bassctt State Commis sioner of Charities and Correc tions Mrs Bassctt asserted she had obtained statements signed by three physicians after the baby market was uncovered accident ally by Miss Helen Schaefer di rector of the local childrens serv ice bureau At least four babies have been sold recently Mrs Bassett said for sums ranging from to the physicians allegedly taking the money as costs of hospital ization Deploring the fact that Okla homa has no law under which such cases can be prosecuted Mrs Bassett declared she had redraft ed a measure which she has sought ineffectively for several years to have passed by the state legislature She said it will be reintroduced at the next session in 1935 Dr C H Haralson president of the Tulsa County Medical So ciety said Mrs Bassett had told him of her findings but lhat she had not yet given him the evi dence in her possession Any measure we might take to end th epraclicc by blacklisting the physicians named must wait until we have had a chance to inspect the evidence Dr Haral son said Miss Schaeffer toid Mrs Bassett her suspicions were aroused when two women called and asked about Ihe parentage of a baby offered them for adoption for After Mrs Bassett was advised an investigation svas begun that showed children all born of girl mothers had been disposed of in this fashion over a period of a few weeks In each instance Mrs Bassett said the doctor in the case ad vised the young mother he would Page 2 Overwhelming Wet Major ity Sweeps Missouri Into Repeal Column IS 22ND STATE TO ACT ONAMENDMENT Many Precincts Go Solidly Wet Several Counties Still Are Dry ST LOUIS AUK Un official incomplete rclums from 3 out of 4101 precincts gave for repeal 8203fi 132800 St Louis City complete gave Tor repeal 172565 against 8201 lucksoii coun ty Kansas City willi only one i 511 precincls unripurliril nave for rrUtiU Hi 115 ST LOUIS Aug A nioimUi3 wave of wel voles from both rural sections and cities to night added Missouri Lo the Iwcnty one states clustered under the ban ner of prohibition repeal AH unofficial incomplete re turns flowed in from nearly half of the precincts in the state the pre ponderance of wet voles Indicated that the ShowMc slate had cart a vole of more than 3 lo 1 Cor re peal of the eighteenth amendment The sweeping strength of Ihe re peal vote was evident when in in complete returns only 21 of the 115 counties in the state had given dry majorities There were rural coun ties always considered extremely nriVih riniife of wet and dry strength Many other coimlies hith erto classed as rigidly dry swung Into the wet column tonight Returns Indicated almost i neg ligible dry vole in St Louis and Kansas City the centers of wet sentiment In St Louis center of antiprohibition sentiment when the dry movement was at its crest complete returns showed a 20 to 1 ratio for repeal Nearly complete tabulation of the Kansas Cily and Jackson county voles showed a 9 lo 1 ralio The lightness of the vote attrib uted to lack of interest and the ab sence of many drys from the polls was shadowed in nearly every re lurn from both city and rural sec tions Unofficial reports from 3204 out of 4108 precincts gave for repeal 468786 against 122872 St Louis cily complete gave for repeal 172 565 against 3201 Four hundred seventy four out of 544 precincts in Jackson cotmty Kansas City gave for repeal 123418 against 13185 ARKANSAS SOON MAY HAVE BEER AND WINE LITTLE ROCK Aug Legalized beer and wines in Arkan sas by next Tuesday night appear ed a possibility today s the senate made its beer bill a special order for action when the legislature recon venes Monday The last amendment was tack on the bill late today The house beer bill is on the senate calendar ready for immediate action Practically all measures embodied in Gov Fullells call for Ihe special session had been acted upon at the close of the first weeks session to day JUDGE TAKES OVER TULSA Aug Judge Franklin E Kcnnamer took supervisory control of the opera tions 07 the Oklahoma Natural Gas Corporation today as he issued an order stripping the present man igemcnt of all but actual operating authority pending appeal from a order entered a few days ago R W Hendee president and Frank E Kistler chairman were continued in nominal charge of op erations but were forbidden to ex ecute any liens or mortgages or obligate any funds without express permission of the court Judge Kennamer accepted a cash appeal bond from the corporation and stayed pending the appeal his previous appoint ment Of A E Bradshaw Tulsa banker and president of the Tulsa cleaiing house association as re ceiver
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