disqualify an attorney general :RLY PERSON; Burton Cresons, Joe Clark And Melville Burt Injured in Wreck on Route 4U TWO OTHER AUTO ACCIDENTS SUNDAY Six Moberly persons and one Jacksonville negro woman were injured yesterday in a series of automobile accidents. One of the accidents, which claimed five victims, occurred near Kingdom City, on Highway 40, another on Highway 24, between Moberly and Huntsville, and the other at Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Creson and Miss Eva Creson, 425 Cleveland, Joe Clark, North Fourth street, and Melville Bartee, 500 Woodland, were those injured in the wreck on Highway 40. Tnur- man Roberts was the victim on the Highway 24 crash. Mrs. Henry C. Bragg was the Jacksonville negress injured. The Cresons, Bartee and Clark were enroute to St. Louis yesterday morning. About 5 or 6 miles east of Kingdom City the rear wheels of the car went oft the paving. As Mr. Clark, the drivei, swerved the machine back onto the paving the car skidded on the wet pavement and he lost control. _ Car Turns Over The car went into the ditch I I ' i the to to the ney H.