Clipped From Jefferson City Post-Tribune
"that I personally make official announcement that the divorce proceedings proceedings have been withdrawn; that her attorney has been advised of this fact; that she took this on her own initiative, and that further comment is to be made account of the sacredness relating to her decision." The Cobbs were married in 1908. BOOTLEGGER SMS HE iOSTJLL PROFITS KANSAS CITY, April 30--(AP)-Testifying 30--(AP)-Testifying against Ray Broom, characterized by government attorneys attorneys as a "millionaire bootlegger," A. B. Waterbury, United States intelligent service agent, said the defendant had explained failure to make income tax returns in 1928 the assertion he had lost money "bad investments." Waterbury said Broom admitted liquor activities, but had declared he was not profiting so heavily the government supposed. The government alleges the defendant defendant deposited many thousands of dollars in various Kansas City banks under the names of G. E. L. C. Clark and Ray Broom.