The Chillicothe Constitution Triubure, Chillicothe, MO, 2 May 1931

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The Chillicothe Constitution Triubure, Chillicothe, MO,
2 May 1931 - KANSAS CFW. Mo., May 2— CUP)— Eight months in...
KANSAS CFW. Mo., May 2— CUP)— Eight months in jail and payment of a $5,000 fine plus court costs of his trial on char « es of ™ ome tax *»ud toitay «f «. A ~«4- A «3 T^nvv 'DM^<k«^ww« 1»*«««*«*»« Vhfktv^k 'ft «• confronted Ray Broom, known here as "The Millionaire Bootlegger." Judge Merrill E. Otis pronounced g sentence in district federal'court after a jury had found Broom guitty of will- ful failure to file an income tax re- turn in 1928.

Clipped from The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune02 May 1931, SatPage 12

The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune (Chillicothe, Missouri)02 May 1931, SatPage 12
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