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Jefferson City Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1930, Jefferson City, Missouri
Daily distribution March 1,1930 7,59$ daily capital news Jefferson City a leading newspaper full leased wire of the associated press and United press sunday distribution March 2,1930 7,75 j. Vol. Xxi Jefferson City Missouri sunday March 23,4930. No. 25 Young Bros. Are arrested in St. Louis William h. And Fred c Young held on a Misdemeanour charge. Once conducted an office Here Fenton t. Stockard reveals he recently refused to Register Stock. St. Louis March 22.�?-at the request of sheriff w. H. Noble of Barton county mo., William h. Young 33, and his brother Fred c. Young 35, St. Louis brokers were arrested this afternoon charged with Sale of non registered securities. They were released on Bonds of $5,000 each returnable next saturday. Sheriff Noble said that complaints have been made to him that representatives of the Young Brothers have sold no registered securities in and near i Amar. This is a violation of state Law and is regarded As a Misdemeanour. A old Dobbins takes count at Moerschel products co. Old Dobbin again bows to the evolution in transportation and once More gives Way to More Modem methods in delivery service. The Fine horses that have pulled Moerschel products company ice and Coal delivery wagons about the capital City for Many years Are to go along with the Jya Gons e. C. Moerschel one of the progressive business managers of the firm stated yesterday. Or. Moerschel said that beginning tomorrow monday morning the ice and Coal delivery service will be motorised the company having purchased six new International trucks to replace the Large number of horses and wagons used by the firm in the past. The change is being made to expedite the delivery service of the company. In connection with the change or. Moerschel stated that an auction Sale of the horses wagons harness and other equipment of this Type will be held this thursday at the Plant in the South Side. C. E. Kyger of new Bloomfield auctioneer will conduct the Sale. Democrats of fifth will meet tuesday a rally of All democrats of the fifth Ward will be held at 7 30 o clock tuesday evening at the Moreau Heights school under the auspices of the fifth Ward democratic club according to an announcement yesterday by Harry Meisenbach president of the club. Plans for getting out the full party vote in the coming Aldermani election will be discussed and All democrats Are urged to be present. Former City Opportunity woman died for air test on saturday Case is lost mrs. Woodward passes Public service dismisses msgr. Selinger discusses situation in Russia Many present at play conference for Cole girls open hearing on new reformatory Here wednesday indoor baseball teams will be organized in four communities soon. Fenton t. Stockard Missouri securities commissioner said i St night that he had recently refused to Register the Stock of Young Brothers St. Louis brokers arrested today on charges of Sale of non registered securities. The securities commissioner said Ive refused to Register the Stock for three reasons that it did not show earnings of i 1-2 per cent us required by state Law that property Back of the Stock was not sufficient and that the Brothers had not been in business in Missouri for three years. It was said Here that Young Brothers formerly had Branch offices in several Missouri cities including St. Joseph Jefferson City Joplin Columbia Sedalia and Moberly. After Stock ants refusal to Register the Stock of Young Brothers George h. Williams St. Louis attorney and former United states senator is understood to have been employed by the brokers in their Effort to show that the their Stock met the requirements of the state. Young Brothers Are said to have formerly been in business in Oklahoma. Four communities were represented yesterday morning at a Rural play conference at the county courthouse which was held under the auspices of the Cole county farm Bureau. Arrangements were perfected at the meeting for the organza governor penal Board Mem Tion of several indoor baseball hers Hugh Stephens and Walter Sloat to be in charge. Miss Olson tells of Many benefits from a birth certificate school nurse directs parents As to proper method of procedure. An a open House hearing will be held at the state Capitol next wednesday for the purpose of receiving suggestions on the $750,-000 intermediate reformatory which probably will be constructed near Here and on which work is to Start soon it was announced yesterday by governor Caulfield. Anyone interested May attend. The governor the state penal Board Hugh Stephens president of the Jefferson City chamber of Commerce and Walter Sloat assistant attorney general and former Secretary of the state penal Board will meet with persons interested in the new penal institution in which the More Youthful and a hardened convicts will be incarcerated. Or. Howard e. Jensen professor of sociology at the in a University of Missouri in Colum Jav a a ? will Bia who has made an extensive Survey of prisons is to be invited to attend. The meeting will be in the House of representatives lounge room in the statehouse. Teams for girls in the county. No set schedule will be arranged for the year but at the conclusion of each season a general county tournament will be held. The communities represented saturday were Wardsville Harmony Grove Honey Creek and Grandview. Among the leaders in attendance were Dora Erhart Angeline Debroeck Lydia Meier d. Markway Mildred Rackers Eleanor b. Vieth Emma Yanskey Marie Yanskey Zita Poetker Edith Poetker and Anna Vogel. Other communities not represented yesterday Are urged to organize teams at once under the direction of t. F. Luecker county farm Extension agent. Away at Kansas City Kansas following a lingering illness. Mrs. Charles Woodward for Many years a prominent resident of the capita City died yesterday afternoon following a lingering illness at the family Home in Kansas City Kansas according to word received Here by relatives and friends. Mrs. Woodward who was about 65 years of age had been in failing health for several months hut her condition did not become alarming until Only n few Days before her passing. She was bom in Cole county residing for a Long period on a farm South of this place. Following her marriage to the late Charles Woodward the family moved to this City and lived Here until seven years ago then going to Kansas City mo., and later to Kansas City Kansas. Mrs. Woodward took an Active part in the Civie and religious life of the Community while Here and the news of her passing will lie Learned with deep regret she is survived by two sons Ray and Charles jr., both of at Home. Funeral services will be held monday afternoon at Kansas City and burial will also be made there. Bosworth to close his services tonight seize 7 nets in the Osage application filed by . Airways inc., for a certificate of convenience. Miss Luella Olson City school nurse yesterday in a statement gave directions for parents whose children have not received birth certificates. After securing the certificate a be sure to keep it in As Safe a place As possible As it May prove necessary in later life a miss Olson said. Following Are the directions for securing a birth certificate for a child bom in Missouri a the Mother of the child should go to the vital statistics department of the state Board of health in the Capitol building Here and give the child a name birthday and the year 5om. If he or her birth is on file she can obtain a copy by paying fifty cents. If the birth is not on file she will be Given a Blank to be filled. If the attending physician is living he should sign the Blank. If he is dead then the parents should sign the certificate and return it to the state Board of health with a fifty cent fee. If the child was bom after 1922 no fee is charged. If the child is born in another state then the name birthday and year bom should be sent to the state Board of health in that state. Information should be asked for filling in the Blank if the birth is not recorded either in Missouri or other states. A. Robinson of St. Louis is a business visitor in the City. The chief executive recently released the $750,000 appropriation made by the 1929 legislature for the new institution and since then preliminary work of considering Sites and conferring on the Type of Structure has been under Way. Stephens and Sloat have been selected As the first two members of an advisory committee. Selection of the site is left with the governor and the prison Board. It is planned to locate the institution near Here to make for ease in transferring prisoners Back and Forth Between the Penitentiary Here and the intermediate reformatory and to have the institution under constant and direct control of the prison Board. Confine his remarks to second coming of Christ. Presbyterians in App fat the youth balt Earth for when is Christ at Teal i will la i coming Back a a the signs of speaking to a Large crowd last night on a the second coming of Christ a evangelist Bosworth said in part a the subject before us tonight in one of the most glorious and because of its imminence one of the most important events that confront the world today. The great events of history will Pale into insignificance when compared to this event which Jesus declares to be a near even at our the importance of any doctrine can be determined in some degree at least by the fre a prosecutor Quency of its mention in the scriptures. The second coming of Christ is the great theme of the new testament 23 out of 27 books speaking of Christ a second coming. Tonight at 7 30 evangelist Bosworth will in his closing address again speak on the second coming of Christ under four Heads namely a what is Christ coming saturday proved a Busy Day for Al Homer Deputy game Warden. Ai Homer Deputy state game Warden yesterday confiscated nine hoop nets in the Osage River Between the lock and dam and the Bridge the area prohibited by the game department. Or. Horner arrested j. J. Patterson and seized two nets in his Possession. The Man was turned Over to prosecuting attorney Nike g. Sevier of Cole county but charges will not be brought against him due to tile fact that he is a government worker. Deputy Warden Horner has been Busy in that Section for several Days and the successful raids yesterday were staged As a result of his activities. An Opportunity for a test of the Public service commissions jurisdiction in regulating air lines operating in Missouri was lost yesterday when the commission dismissed an application of the u. S. Airways inc., for a certificate of necessity arid convenience. The application was filed by the company inst year to operate be tween Kansas City and St. Louis. When a hearing was set the applicant did not appear Ami later notified the commission it understood no Laws were operative in the state applicable to air transportation. Had the hearing been held it would have allowed the commission an Opportunity to Testa jurisdiction of air lines and a decision would have been reached whether air lines Corno under the common Carrier Section of the commission rules. It is believed since Tho applicant would not have been pressing that Tho commission would have denied jurisdiction and Tho ens could have gone to the supreme court for a ruling which would set a precedent for future cases. There is a debate at the present among attorneys and members of the commission As to whether air transportation comes under Tho definition of a common Carrier in Tho commissions Laws. A a another Case which May reach the commission is Tho proposition in St Louis to operate a a trackless in event the trolley is held to be a Street car the Cora Mission will have jurisdiction. If a bus the commission would have no jurisdiction As it cannot control busses operating within n City. Monsignor Joseph Selinger beloved Dean of St. Peters Parish yesterday issued a Brief but excellent statement on a soviet i awl and the situation now existing in Russia. It follows in full a it is a crime to be a Christian it is treason to Beleve in god by enactment of soph Law. Just by what Standard the crime is Eil to abolished by what court martial Tho treason is pronounced does not appear on the surface. Atheism is absolutely incompatible with either christianity or god since it is a Flat denial of both. And atheism thought it is abolition of Christian religion and Law must substitute some other religion and Law. Its substitute is collective state alright a Power Alprovis Dent it is Heric Forth father and Mother at once of the human Fain ily. That species of atheism has its Root in Tho marxian doctrine of socialism. There is another species of atheism that claims to find its habitat in Tho realm of science. Both of course result in the same attitude towards a belief in god and christianity. They cannot tolerate either. The method of propaganda however is different with place and time. A christianity finds itself in to session now. Tho arguments for Tho existence of god still hold Good in general. But let traditional civilization look to it. Governments established on that basis will be subverted family and Homo life radically supplanted. Industries and Commerce under one head of capitalism will go with them. Tho proletariat bolshevism Tho new reign of Equality promised to Down trodden classes. In Tho meanwhile hatred must be four Auto mishaps in capital City eight cars damaged in a series of wrecks yesterday and last night All reported to i the City police another Accident occurs on Mccarty at intern Tion with Highway 50. Crack fliers perform Over the capital seven planes of 35th division air corps from free Jack Hess at Fulton after three months former Cole Deputy sheriff granted stay of execution on liquor charge. Gladys Defoe Case closed by state Sevier announces charges will not be filed by his office. Democrats of third will meet monday leaders in that Seel Ion Are planning very aggressive Campaign. Acting upon authority of president de Arnett who is absent from the City vice president j. M. Hall yesterday called a special meeting of the third Ward democratic club for tomorrow monday night starting at 7 30 of clock at Tho West end school. The democrats of the third Are planning an aggressive Campaign in the approaching Aldermani election and plans for a getting our the vote will be discussed at Tho meeting monday night. It is an important meeting and All democrats of that Ward Are urged to he present. Urge Young boys and girls to attend sunday school regularly. 9 All Young boys and girls of the capital City Between the Ages of 13 and 17 Are cordially invited to attend the intermediate department of the presbyterian sunday school this morning and every morning especially during the loyalty crusade. Newspaper carriers Are urged to come to sunday school direct from their routes it not being necessary for them to return Home and Don their Best suit of clothes. Capable teachers Are in charge of the department and All boys and girls Are urged to attend. The times in the Light of Bible prophecy a and a what will it mean to be ready for his coming a this message has been heard by Large crowds in the Many cities where it has been Given. At 2 30 this after Evange at first reported list Bosworth will speak on a the Promise of the prosecuting attorney Nike g. Sevier announced yesterday that no prosecution would result in the Case of miss Gladys Defoe 503 West Elm Street who was injured recently under mysterious circumstances. The county prosecutor stated that neither the girl nor her Mother desired to file any complaint As a result of the incident and that the investigation had been ended by his office for that reason. The condition of the Young lady he said is not As serious As was a a Sonny Yount is surprised by friends mrs. Mary Huegel Home from Kansas Smith weds couple Frank Golighty an employee on that the new Telephone building Here and miss Magdalene Simpher of Cape Girardeau mo., were granted a marriage License yesterday by recorder Henry g. Be Page and United later by Justice w. P. Smith. They will reside Bere for Tho present. Mrs. Mary m. Huegel manager of the Central hotel has just returned from a hotel inspection tour to Kansas City Topeka and Kansan City Kansas Sedalia and various other towns West. While mrs. Huegel observed the business conditions at All of places she emphatically asserts that of the Central hotel compares More than favourably. Misses Marguerite Elizabeth and Nellrose Tising of High Point mo., Are spending the weekend Here visiting their aunt miss d. Olive Reichel at the Central hotel. G. Barksdale seeks science certificate Emporia ran., March 22.�? Gayneil Wright Barksdale Jefferson City mo., hag filed application for a special certificate in Library science to be issued at the close of the present semester on satisfactory completion of required work at Kansas state teacher a College of Emporia. Applicants for the life teaching certificates and special certificate include 83 students who will receive the awards in May july or August. In Observance of his sixty fifth birthday anniversary a few close friends pleasantly surprised a a Sonny Young who conducts the Popcorn stand at High and Jefferson streets Friday evening at his Home 612 Chestnut Street. Those present included the following or. And mrs. Lafe Findley and two daughters or. And mrs. Orville Findley and son arid mrs. A. Findley. The guests brought Well filled baskets and an enjoyable dinner was served following which in. Yount was presented a number of gifts from those present. At a later hour the guests departed wishing or. Young Many More Happy returns of the Day. William Nixon who is employed on Road work with the Missouri state Highway department is spending the week end Here in a Alaivaa Kiwi frien4m two Gold stars will be awarded two Gold stars will be awarded for perfect attendance at the presbyterian sunday school at the regular service this morning. They will be presented to la Venia Gibber for i year and Booth Malone for 5 years. Miss Ann Russell Hoofer will give a vocal Solo at the morning service. An Especial Effort is being minis Lux a record attendance. Ferson qty yesterday. Seven crack filers of the 35th division air corps out of St. Louis treated citizens of Jefferson City and surrounding territory to More than an hour of fancy and stunt flying Ute yesterday afternoon and As a result there Are Many sore and stiff necks in the a old Home town this morning. The fliers who arrived Here with the a sky Hawks a Cage quintet of the Squadron which battled the Highway veterans at the Junior College last night performed in a sensational manner in the skies. They flew in Squadron formation at times and then All would separate and there would follow looping Hanking diving and virtually everything a in Tho several of the planes flew very Low Over the City and one aviator was so daring As to see How close he might come to the Railroad tracks along the River. He succeeded sufficiently Well to furnish h big thrill to the Largo crowd that lined the Bluff Wall on Madison Street. Jefferson City was greatly excited for a time yesterday Over reports from Buffton mo., that an air plane was seen a flying like a crippled Duck Over the Missouri River at that Point. The reports said the plane then disappeared. Rumours spread throughout the capital that or. James Stewart Secretary of the state Board of health was a passenger in the plane. Later it developed How Ever that or. Stewart had reached St. Louis safely. Returning to Jefferson airways Airport late in the Day from St. Louis where he had taken or. Stewart e. D. Gray flying instructor at Tho Airport said his plane probably was the one seen Button. Gruy said that he flew Low Over the River because of hazy atmospheric conditions. Gray a plane answered the description of the one reported flying a like a crippled the St. Louis planes will return Home today. Jack Hess former Deputy sheriff of Cole county Wum granted a St Auk arrived in of locution by judge ii. A. Of. Lulus unveil in Jot co tier Uit Wepkin the Caraway county circuit court at Fulton. He has returned to his Home in Kansas City. Hess charged with transportation of whiskey entered a plea of guilty in the Callaway court several weeks ago and a fined $500 and sentenced to six months in Tho county jail. He paid the Fine and has served half of his sentence at the time of his release. Hess was also compelled to furnish $300 Bond for his appearance at the next term of the court to report his conduct. Council to meet Early in week will select judges and clerks for the approaching City election. Automobile operated by Clarence Welch local resident mid or. C. T. Hensley of Columbia were damaged yesterday noon in a collision at High Jackson streets. Welch who was travelling in a Ford Sedan crashed into Hensley a Dodge touring car the intersection. Tile woman amt going North on Jackson at tila time. Welch was hurled through the Windshield of his Machina ii slightly Cut and bruised while i of the other occupants escaped jury. A Ford roadster driven by i Mer Clark North on Highway 50 crashed into a Folk in Eyer to operated by Everett Rutledge at the intersection of Mccarty Street last evening. Officer Schaitar who reported the mishap at Pollee Headquarters maintains that claim failed to obverse the Boulevard Stop. Beth machines were considerably damaged but their occupants escaped injury. A Ford truck owned by the Vale r company and driven Byg pot Pinter and a machine operated Ray Warren were damaged in crash at Mccarty and streets. Officer Roark Inver ted the wreck. A fourth Accident took place Oil fast Capitol Avenue when a Chevrolet Sedan driven by h. A. Bloc Kholer of Centertown collided with a Dodge truck driven by c Roark. Both cars were wrecked but their occupants were unharmed. Officer Scruggs reported Umi Accident at Headquarters. Rother to fight extradition Here a special session of the City Council of Jefferson City will to held Early this week for the purpose of selecting judges and clerks for the municipal Aldermani election on april i according to an announcement yesterday by mayor e. W. Jenkins. Members of both the democratic and Republican City Central committees Are expected to submit their recommendations for judges and clerks to City clerk Henry Ells on monday and the meeting will Likely be held either tuesday or wednesday. No other business of any nature will be brought before the City fathers at the special session. Fooks to address the salvation army adjutant kooks of St. Irais special Effort representative in Tho ranks of salvation army workers for years is a visitor in the City today arid will deliver the address at the regular weekly salvation army services this evening in the Citadel on Jefferson Street. Adjutant kooks is an interesting and inspiring speaker and the genera1 Public is invited to attend the services tonight and hear his message. Paul Rother St. Joseph restaurant waiter charged with felonious assault to kill and murder at Falls City neb., will fight extradition to Nebraska. Requisition papers asking for rothers extradition were received yesterday by governor Henry s. Caulfield. A hearing on the extradition for Rother was set by the governor for next Friday morning. Rother is under arrest in St. Joseph. Gordon Hampton Westminster College student of Fulton is spending the week end Here with relatives eau friends. The weather Missouri unsettled in North portion possibly with showers warmer in Northeast portion today increasing cloudiness and warmer in South portion showers tonight monday mostly fair and somewhat cooler. River stages Kansas City 11.3 Waverly yl6.5 f0.3 Boonville a ii.8 f0.3 Warsaw. Y2.8 Hermann a 10.2 f0.3 Union v2.3 0.0 Cole Monument and tile company plans individual mausoleums proposed factory will be the sixth of its kind in state. Announcement has been made by Walter h. Jena owner of the Cole county Monument and tile company that he is fixing to manufacture individual mausoleums. These will be distributed through the local dealers. The individual mausoleums a re the Only perfect dry Tomb to by placed in the ground. It was invented by w. I. Davis of Poplar Bluff who said that it had Only been on the Market Bix months. The factory in Jefferson City will make the sixth in Missouri to manufacture this mausoleum. Other factories Are located at Poplar Bluff Cape Girardeau Flat River West Plains and Springfield. The feature of the mausoleum is that it is kept dry by the casket chamber being entirely surrounded by air Chambers. The cover lid Over the casket chamber is made of porn material and the part that goes into the ground is made of Waterproof materials. The action of atmosphere on the cover lid creates thematic action whereby any moisture in the Iner Chambers is picked up by Capila Tion and absorbed into the cover lid and is take out through evaporation. The mausoleum is on display at the Cole county Monument and tile company on Dunklin Street condition of mrs. W. H. Gundelfinger improved a data for yesterday. The condition of mrs. W. H Gundelfinger wife of the former county judge who underwent a operation for acute appendicitis Ai St. Mary a Hospital yesterday afternoon was reported As saris factory last night. Her Friend will be pleased to learn of her in f proved condition
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