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   News and Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1933, Jefferson City, Missouri                                NEWS SECTION ONE 14 PAGES A SUNDAY COMBINATION OF THE MORNING CAPITAL NEWS AND EVENING POSTTRIBUNE VOLUME 3 NO 40 JEFFERSON CITY MISSOURI SUNDAY OCTOBER 29 1933 PRICE 02c JORD STILL MAY WIN IN NRA BATTLE Old Federal Laws May I Brought Out For Manu facturer Retail Stores Code Effective Monday WASHINGTON Oct The veterans administration today sent formal notice of acceptance of a low bid for one truck to the Ford dealer whose low figure on 1000 Civilian Conservation Corps may be rejected because officials do not deem the maker of the cars a com pliant with the NRA code for auto mobiles The dealer Northwest Motor Com pany of Washington was instructed i to deliver the veterans adminis flcition truck until a formal order sent butacceptance of the bid was understood to mean closing of the contract Veterans officials were out of reach this afternoon but the notifi cation was believed to have been mailed before the furore of yester day in which Hugh S Johnson the industrial administrator declared Ford ineligible for government con tracts and presidential backing for his stand was disclosed The presi dents view was that under his own order of last August 10 bids could be accepted only for products made under affirmative compliance with the applicable code and that pur chasing agents should go on this un til and unless the comptroller gen eral turned them down It was upon the comptroller J K McCarl who frequently has in sisted that contracts be granted to low bidders that the Ford agent was described as basing hopes of still getting the big C C C contract H ROTHWELL SUES FOR LOBBYIST FEES ST LOUIS Oct H a m p Rothwell wellknown Democratic politician has filed a suit to collect alleged fees as a lobbyist at the state legislature in 1931 The suit against H E Bill man president of a rock quarry company and John Boland Clayton bank cashier is pending in justice court in St Louis county it became known today Rothwell asserted he made an agreement with five men includ ing Billman and Boland to go to Jefferson City to use his influ ence in repealing the Ralph sew er law which the legislature did repeal in 1931 Each of the men agreed to pay him but the two defendants did not meet their obligation Rothwell alleged John E Mooney attorney for the defendants said neither Bill man nor Boland had made the agreement with Rothwell SOONER PRIDE ISHURT SEUCKES Okla Solons Angered When Told Arid Sections of the State Should Go Back To Indians HIGHWAY PATROL ARRESTED 1722 IN LAST 3 MONTHS Fiftyone Automobiles of the Value of Recovered By the Patrolmen WASHINGTON Oct Anger stirred some members of th Oklahoma congressional delegation today because of a statement attri buted to Secretary Ickes that th droughtstricken area of the stat should be turned back to the pub lie domain Senator Thomas D sai the entire delegation would go to President Roosevelt next week for an explanation Representative FORMER GARAGE OWNER HERE DIES IN WESTPHALIA HIGH COURT Marland D V Lincoln Traded In In one other development on the matter the Lincoln limousine day has waited out Department or Commerce 0 carry Johnson from meeting to meeting was gone exchanged for another limousine of different make Johnson had made good his prom ise to trade in the Ford product The government which owned the car was said not to have lost a cent getting an even trade for the new car out of n local dealer Tests of Fords compliance still awaited future developments A po tential one looked for today fail ed to develop when the Edgewater N J Ford plant was silent on whe ther the manufacturer had replied to the demands of striking workers for revised working conditions The Edgewater case may furnish an open and shut decision on wheth er Ford will deal with representa tives of his employes under the mandatory requirements of the in dustrial law for collective bargain ing when sought by the workers On the one other compliance ques tion at issue the filing of request ed wage and hour reports to the Na tional Automobile Chamber of Com merce code control agency it was po soon to establish Fords inten tions Johnson promised legal ac tion if he failed to report Unof ficial word at Dearborn yesterday was that he intended to file the data and statements of Ford offi cials were to the effect that he was observing the law NRA Officials Sorry Privately many NRA officials be lieved Ford meant to register his compliance in good time They re gretted the statements of yesterday The fear today was that Ford would now feel so affronted as to choose to fight right down the line Johnson was committed not to compromise lest NRA be publicly accused of cracking down on un important little violators and let ting a really big man get away The next NRA problem the cap tive mine situation was at the White House President Roosevelt has sum moned leaders of the steel industry which owns these mines to his of fice Monday for an accounting on his demand made three weeks ago that they work out immediately an agreement with the employes of the coal mines they control The code proposals to gover EAl0mpetition made at NRA today were for six basic principles work ed out by a joint committee of the recovery unit and the Departmen of Commerce following a survey o the 1000 proffered codes of reso State highway patiolmen made 1722 arrests during the last three months it is shown in the quarter ly repor issued by Superintendent B Marvin Casteel The arrests are classified as fol lows larceny 32 automobile theft 25 disturbing the peace 25 aiding and abstting criminals 23 fraud 10 burglary 7 bank robbery 6 forgery 6 arson 4 possession of stolen property 4 statutory viola tions 3 violationsMann act 3 said Ickes made the state ment in telling him there was no hope for administration approval of any of the dam projects in the area Marland quoted Ickes as saying the government contemplated mov ing 40000 persons from the area perhaps to some point along the all American Canal in California Its preposterous he added to newspapermen pointing cut families had lived there and made their liv ing for decades and that the drought August J Kramer Succumbs To Paralysis Funeral On Monday August J Kremer former Jeffer son City garage owner and promin ent in Republican politics in Cen tral Missouri died at his Ixome at Westphalia yesterday after a brief illness of paralysis He was 40 years old Kremer was associated with his brothers Joe and John Kremer in the KremerNash Motor Company here for several yars He was clerk in Secretary of State Charles U Beckers office for ten years Kremer was born near Loose Creek 40 years ago He grew to manhood there and in 1915 went to Westphalia where he conducted a hotel for eight years He served in the army during the World War from Aug 1918 to Jan 1 1919 He disposed of this property to Frank Rehagen in 1923 when he accepted the appointment in the secretary of states office Since July 1st last he had been operating the old Lueb bert Cafe Hotel in Westphalia He suffered a stroke ten days ago and never rallied He is survived by his widow who before their marriage in 1919 was Miss Theresa Hoer and two sons Leonard 12 and James 6 His fath er Frank Kremer of Loose Creek three brothers Jacob of Loose Creek John of Osage City and Joe of Jef ferson City and one sister Mrs Law DISPOSES OF MANY CASES Robbery Case From Greene County and Cape Girar deau Killing Verdict Are Reversed The case of Virgil Harris sen tenced to 50 years in the state peni tentiary for robbery of the Bank of Republic on March 7 1932 yester day was reversed and remanded for a new trial by the Missouri Supreme Court in a unanimous decision The sentenced imposed in the Greene County Circuit Court was reversed because the trial judge ex cluded exhibits and testimony tend to support an alibi by Harris that he was in Cedar Rapids la at the time of the robbery This constituted prejudicial error on the part of the trial judge the court icld in its decision yesterday The bank was robbed by three men while a fourth waited for them in an automobile parked in an al ley Housekeepers Have Right to News In Their Field MrsThurn Who Opens Cooking School at Junior College Auditorium Tuesday Explains Need of Lectures and Well Equipped MAHY ATTEND was only duringthe last Awo years e WMe Qf Westpnalla also sur counterfeiting 2 Fiftyone automobiles estimated to have a value of approximately 517850 were recovered by members of the patrol Out of the 1722 arrests 1012 re sulted in convictions with only two acquittals Of those arrested 109 were released to other officers 10 were dismissed by the prosecution 267 cases were dismissed on com pliance with the law and 322 are still awaiting trial Fines were assessed in 851 cases Three penitentiary terms 17 jail sentences and 7 reformatory sen tences resulted from the arrests madp by patrolmen Fines totaled and court costs 58329 during the threemonth period Patrolmen traveled 538879 miles during the quarter and gave 7488 warnings for minor infractions rendered 659 cases of service to mo torists reported 174 accidents and administered first aid in 12 cases This amazing attempt at a modern Evangeline story seems incredible Marland said Of course it wont be done Be lieve me if anybody starts moving forty to fifty thousand people outj of a section of Oklahoma includ ing five counties Cimmaron Tex as Beaver Harper and Woodward where there are several towns of 1000 to 4000 population Oklahoma people are going to be coming down hsre to the White House before they to Meanwhile Representative Johnj son DOkla said he took the matter up with President Roosevelt today The president he said him of his esteem for Oklahoma andadded he was certain Ickes had made no such remark with serious intentions Told later however of Ickes re ported statement to Marland John son agreed the delegation should go to the president Johnson said Well protest vi gorously to the president Well see Ickes about it too and give him a chance to tell us that Its c Jficult for me to believe a man would seriously make such a vive him JUST LIKE HUNTIN COON WITHOUT DOG Stalking deer iij the Oxarks is much like coon hunting in Platte county Governor Park observed Saturday on his return to the execuitvc office after n twoday expedition for a four paint buck in Reynolds county It was similar to hunting coon in Platte county but with out the dogs the governor said Back in Platte county the chief executive spent long hours hunt ing coon with a Negro guide The natives who met the gov ernor and his party while stalk ing deer kept them on the jump by reporting having seen a deer just about a half hour ago near soand so A reporter for the NewsTribune might ask a lot of foolish ques tions about a Cooking School but to every question foolish or not Mrs Thurn nol only has a ready answer but an intelligent inspiring reply Of course the topic is the News Tribune Cooking School whicl opens Tuesday at Junior Collce Auditorium Why a Cooking School any way Mrs Thurn asked Be cause women housekeepers especial ly deserve to know the news in thei Held just as a man banker merchant or manufacturer want The funeral will take place a Westphalia Monday morning EXPECTlARGE CROWD AT AIR CIRCUS TODAY Program of Thrilling Stunts Is To Be Staged By Aces NEARLY IN SCOUT CAMPAIGN Jefferson Citys greatest air show will open this afternoon at the Chamber of Commerce airport on the north side of the river when the Flying Aces take to the air for a twohour parade of spectacular attractions under the auspices of the local National Guards Fifteen breathtaking and spec tacular ground and air acts will be staged by fifteen nationally known women and men pilots in cluding daring acts by Miss Jessie Martin who places herself on the Continued on Page 2 WEATHER MISSOURI Fatr warmer in ex treme east and extreme south por lions Sunday Monday generall fair Outlook for the week bcginnin Monday for the upper Mississipp and lover Missouri valleys Nol much cold weather likely rather frequent precipitation except In Nebraska and Kansas statement It seems the gentleman is feeling his oats since he came from Chicago to Washington And regardless of what Mr Ickes thinks of Oklahomans they compare very favorably with its Chicago machine gunners Thomas said The delegation will see the president about this matter We will try to learn whether turning and back to the public do I main is part of his policy ublic Schools Faculties and a State Department Are 100 Per Cent Harris testified that he was in Cedar Rapids at the time of the robbery His testimony was cor roborated by seven witnesses The opinion granting Harris a new trial was written by Judge Ernest M Tip ton The court affirmed the 10year sentence of William LaBreyere for robbery of the Bank of Caledonia in August 1931 LaBreyere was sentenced to 10 years at each of his two trials The opinion affirming the sentence was written by Com missioner James A Cooley The decision was unanimous Rule On Other Cases Other criminal cases decided by V court in which the decisions unanimous included L C Stallings 8year sentence from Cape Girardeau county for manslaughter reversed Stallings was convicted of killing Mrs Bertha Stallings at a public dance in Cape Mrardeau September 14 1928 Myron Tharp appeal from Circuit Court of Sullivan county 5year sentence for robbery of a railroad station agent September 18 1931 in which was obtained Affirmed Felix Francis McDonald appeal from 10year prison term in St Louis Circuit Court for first degree robbery affirmed Wesley Boesel and Bart Walker 35year terms for second degree murder affirmed Boesel and Walk HOLY LAND NOW IN FERMENT OVER ARAB AGITATION CELEBRATION Between Five aud Six Thou sand Persons At Dedica tion of Span Over High way 17 At Tusaunhia Between 5000 and 0000 persons from all over Central Missouri turn ed out Saturday to help Tuscumbia and Miller county dedicate its new stfite highway bridge over Highway No 17 on the Osage River The dedication of the new span to know whats happening in heirs of steel and concrete which replaces The Cooking School brings news of Uhe old suspension toll bridge that Unrest Spreads Rapidly As Result of Jewish Immigra tion Increase JERUSALEM Oct The Holy Land was in a ferment today as a result of Arab agitation against an increase in Jewish im migration and unrest spread rapid ly not only through Palestine but to transJordania and even to Syria In two new clashes in Haifa be tween police and Arabs ouc persuh was killed and 35 injured after vio lent rioting A mob was reported to have the food world of the housekeep ing world of what is new worth while in cookery housekeep ing appliances labor saving devices what is now in table wares and styles of table service Best of all for the women who must plan three meals a day every day we bring j new recipes simplified ways of cook ing and simplified means of menu planning Mrs Thurn not only brings these new events to the housekeepers of Jefferson City but she will lecture and cook in the kitchen which is fin actual example of her theories The kitchen which is nearly in readiness now for the Tuesday opening at oclock contains one of the handsomest new refrigerators ever seen in any kitchen In addition there is a ranee top wing of a plane while the pilol puts it through a long series of barrel rolls deathdefying stunting exhibitions by Carl Winstead who goes aloft completely shuts off his motor and then puts on a complete Continued on Page 2 er were convicted in the St Fran cois County Circuit Court of killing Sam Bass at Desloge on the night of September 16 1926 Claude McLane 2year sentence in Wayne County Circuit Court for stealing two heifers and three Reports from the campaign com nittee of the joint Boy and Girl Scout finance drive indicated yes erday that the drive was nearing he mark late Saturday eve ning We are particularly pleased at he way public schools have re ponded to the drive L E Glink man scout leader said yesterday We received a report from Super ntendent W F Knox ast night to he effect that the teaching staff of Jefferson City schools had con tributed 100 to the drive It makes rhe volunteer and professional work ers these movements feel mighty good to know that the educational staff of the city realizes the value of scout training for their pupils Robert E Holliway who has been handling the campaign solicitation in the Missouri State Capitol re ported that every employee of the Public Service Commission had con tributed to the campaign Drive workers are proud of these people said Mr Glinkman for their loyal ty assures us that local people are not forgetting the value of scout ing Mr OKLAHOMA CITY Oct lahomas entire national guard will be called out by Governor William H Alfalfa El Murray if Secre tary Ickes attempts to move Okla homans from the droughtstricken northwestern section of the state the governor said tonight Along as 5000 national guards can maintain quarters in Oklaho ma they wont move one damn man out this state the governor de clared emphatically 2 PERSONS HURT IN ACCIDENTS Dunklin Street Motor cyclist In Crash AGED RESIDENT OF MOUNT HOPE IS DEAD cows valued at affirmed C D Rcrwner 4 years Texas County Circuit Court selling moon shine whisky affirmed Reverse Forgery Trial T I Johnson 2year term In Lewis County Circuit Court for gery reversed and remanded for Fred Ware Knocked Down On 11CW trial Howard Sherry appeal from Howell County Circuit Court on a 2year prison term for felonious as sault on Ed Raymond during a Glinkmami aimousced last night that starting Tuesday the names of all contributors would be made public the list published to include the names of all individuals and business firms contributing to date and from day to day We are anxious to let the genera pub W M Wilson 85 of the Mount Hope community and father of Mike Wilson of Jefferson City died at his home shortly after noon Sat urday He had been critically ill for more then a week following a paralytic stroke Mr Wilson is survived by his wi dow and ten children They are Mrs Sam Snodgrass of McGirk GeorgeWilson of Potsdale Calif Otsey Wilson of Berkeley Calif James Wilstn of Elston Mrs Phil ip Bolden of Russellville Mrs J J Schubert and Harry Wilson of Lohman Mike Wilson of Jefferson City nnd W M and Thomas from the star of California was born near Rus sellville and lived there his entire life Funernl services will be heir Monday The blinding lights of an ap proaching car were blamed for a traffic accident in the 400 block on West Dunklin street shortly before 11 oclock last night in which Fred Ware of Jefferson City was knock ed down and severely bruised Tak en from the scene to the hospital in a dazed condition he was believed to be seriously injured but was found to be suffering only from scalp abrasions and shock Another accident occurred a short time before in the six hundred block on Jefferson Street A motor He now who is backing our organ izations said Glinkman because we appreciate their good will and loyalty cycle driven by Sylvester Boehm crashed into the side of a car was turning into a side street The car was driven by Dwight Phillips 508 Washington KANSAS CITY NEGROES dance affirmed W E Carter 2 years Stone Coun ty Circuit Court carrying deadly weapons in automobile in which in toxicating liquor was being trans ported Orla Dyke Oliver New Madrid County Circuit Court 2year term statutory crime affirmed Robert Hicks 2 years for receiv ing and buying stolen property af firmed Hicks was convicted in the New Madrid County Circuit Court on a change of venue from Pemiscot county Sam Casteel 2year term in Web ster County Circuit Court for sell ing moonshine affirmed Bud Jeffords 2year term in Rip ley County Circuit Court burglary 1 and larceny of a store at Marviell I reversed and granted a new trial stormed a prison in Nablus Pales tine 30 miles north of Jerusalem tonight and released prisoners The tense situation was made worse by the declaration of a general strike by Arabs Troops were held in readiness and royal air force planes left Cairo Egypt for Palestine where they can be employed if necessary Sections of Haifa today resembled a war zone A mob of infuriated men screaming invective against the British administration attack ed both the railway station and the police station In both instances police fired on the rioters and wounded a number No actual disturbances occurred in Jerusalem but authorities made arrests as a precaution against out breaks Sullen embittered crowds watch ed funeral processions in Jaffa for those killed in demonstrations yes terday Officials were alert a rhough there were no disturbances earing that the unrest would flare up there In strategic points throughout Palestine British troops and police were mobilized ready for further outbreaks such as occurred in four main cities yesterday in which scores were killed and wounded How widespread and veil organ ized the Arab movement is can hardly be gauged for few Euro peans understand the ways of the cast There were indications how ever that Arabs in a wide territory which is a marvel of accuracy and good cooking work tables and cab inets are there too all designed to save laborand time and there is a host of small services which Mrs Thurn uses in the many dishes which she will prepare throughout the four days Manyof the recipes are new thill1 ideas for tlitj women on a vsry low are thrifty but de signed for entertaining some are economical but so concocted that they look and tnstc like much mote luxurious affairs Those with the interesting discussions arc the highlights of each days session Beginning Tuesday free printed recipes will be distributed also fill ed market baskets to some of thu fortunate women of the school These gifts will be repeated each day of the four sssions and on Fri day ae number of more elaborate gifts for kitchen and home will be given away The School Is at the Junior Col lege Auditorium The firstsession is Tuesday at oclock and an early arrival is urged for the crowds which threaten means that the best scats will be gone soon after the doors are open served the community for many years drew prominent personages from many counties Many Jeffer son City residents members of the legislature and state officials at tended the ceremonies and heard Gov Guy B Pork who delivered the principal address Gov Park Speaks The governor who spoke a full forty minutes praised the states expanding highway system pointed out to the citizens of Miller count that hey had received a tolnl of worth of highways and Bridges from the stale since the lighwny building program went in to effect while the county in turn had paid in but in special for the snmc purpose Governor Park defended his spe cinl legislative program for increas ing the revenues of the state now meeting strong opposition from many quarters The chief executive placed particular emphasis on the sales tax proposal which he includ ed in his program of revenue and relief is clearly to rnlso funds to help feed and clothe the thousands of Missourlans who now have no means of subsistence A one per cent tax he pointed out would not fall heavily on nny one even the lowly paid wage earn er If a man earns only a month and sptrt it all for goods and mer chandise subject to the tax his share of tax he pointed out would be but fifty cents Any man would be willing to pay that much for the privilege of working The governor voiced threats io expose any member of the legisla ture should they succumb to the in fluence of the utility lonbyists dur ing enactment of a relief program Warns the Merchant He also laid down the gauntlet against any merchant association opposing the raising of additional DEER HUNTERS CATCH CONVICT were sympathetic Agitators said their demonstra tions were not directed against Jews themselves but against British au thorities for allowing increases in the Jewish immigration In Haifa crowds of incensed Arabs tried to smash automobiles outside a railway station when a volley of shots was fired Youths meanwhile ran through the city throwing stones To avoid a general fighting police proclaimed a curfew law but the The death sentences of two Kan sas City negroes for the slaying of a grocer were affirmed yesterday by the Missouri Supreme Court and their execution dates set for Friday Dec 8 The two men were convicted of killing Morris Kross on June 26 1931 Henry Gordon another negro is serving a life term for the slay ing The three slugged Kross in his small grocery store He died from his injuries shortly afterward A small amount of money was ob tained during the holdup The decision was unanimous The injuries he received yesterday whcr opinion affirming the death sen TO DIE DECEMBER 8 RECEIVE 755 BIDS ON 160 ROAD PROJECTS IS KILLED BY HOG COLUMBIA Mo Oct Price Gopher 72 Woodlandville farmer died at his home today of attacked by a hog he was attempt ing to separate from a herd was written by Commission L B Pape and Linhardt Caught Everett Johnson In Osage County Recognized by his uniform Ever ett Johnson 17 of West Plains nn inmate of the Algoa intermediate reformatory near here was recap tured Saturday afternoon at Ozark Tavern about 15 miles southeast of here 24 hours after he escaped L B Pape a former employe of the reformatory and George Lin hardt Jefferson City men out deer hunting caught young Johnson and notified officials Johnson sent to the reformatory just a week ngo to serve two years on an assault charge walked away from the institutions farm Friday Pape who is a former member of the Jefferson City police depart ment said Johnson started running when the car stopped When he saw Pape jump from the car with a shot Arabs attempted to rush the sta tion for the arrival of prisoners arrested yesterday in Jaffa disor ders Serious damage was prevented by the early arrival of the police Demonstrations were feared in Damascus Syria and trouble also threatened at Acre across the bay from Haifa gun in his hands he begged him not to shoot and readily surrendered He had been wandering around aimlessly for many hours and said he was lost The state highway department Saturday received 755 bids on 160 road construction projects in the j state involving an expenditure of approximately This was the largest letting in the departj ments history from the Mrs Herman Hoer a native of irtll OF WESTPHALIA DIES er James A Cooley of projects involved Under state funds there will be 4 mile of 20foot concrete 317 miles of gravel and 42 miles of graded earth constructed costing approxi mately Elevenmiles of gravel and 152 miles of graded earth will be built under the National Recovery allot ment at an estimate expenditure of 1 Westphalia is dead at her home where she had lived for many years She was born in the Westphalia community and lived there virtually all her life Mrs Hoer Is survived by eight children 26 grand children and 26 great grandchildren and four sis ters NAME CANDIDATES IN MOMTEAU COUNTY CALIFORNIA MO Oct Elvin R Lehman Repub lican and D E Hall Democrat have been nominated for state rep resentative in a special election to be held iu Monitcau county Novem ber 7 The vacancy was caused by the death of S J Mahaney You merchants and others who might be inclined to oppose a sales tax had better decide whether you are opposed to paying a penny on the dollar or permitting worue1 and children to starve the governor said In many of our counties Mir un mployed arc sleeping in hay and on the bare ground nnd unless wrt find a way to raise acWtional money to match federal iunds they will starve Vowing that no Missourian would starve while I am governor he defended the sales tax proposal as offering a chance for those who have enough money to buy any thing to contribute one penny from every dollar to provide food for the starving Any merchant who for no good reason will refuse to do his bit to charity and serve as a collecting agency for the sales tax that we may save our unfortunates from starving is taking a very narrow view the governor insisted Surely his patriotism should not end with the posting of a blue eagle in his shop window Barbecue Is Fcilnrc The bridge dedication took place at 11 oclock Following the cere monies the throngs gathered in the Tuscumbia park where the governor spoke The barbecue dinner follow ed the fUess It was estimated 3000 pounds of barbecued meat was consumed along with several hun dred loaves of bread Final activities closed about 4 oclock The Tuscumbia band furnished the music for the occasion A loud speaker equipment carried Monday MISSOURI BANKER DIES FESTUS MO Oct W H Waggoner president of the Farmers and Merchants bank here died today after a six month illness He was 74 years old and engaged also with Funeral services will be held in banking and real estate business here fag 50 years the voices of the speakers to all W W Gibbanyrepresenting slate of Commerce was on the program along Congressman Ralph Lozier of Car rollton Former Congressman W L Nelson of Columbia and Speaker Meredith of the house of represen tatives Representative Spearman ot Miller county was master of cere monies Governor Park and Wallace Crossley left immediately utter noon for City   

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