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The Weather [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I The Wether I For Por Columbia and vicinity Most Mostly K ly fair tonight and Friday Priday not much change hange in temperature lowest to tonight to- to night about 24 For Por Missouri Mostly fair tonight and Friday rising rt temperature north portion tonight colder in northwest portion Friday Shippers ShippeR forecast Within a radius of miles of Columbia the lowest temperatures are arc expected to be about as follows North 24 East 24 South I 21 i West 24 Weather conditions The center of low ow pressure has baa advanced from the Texas panhandle northeast to Lake Erie Its Ita passage across Missouri was too swift for the rain to turn into nto much snow but high wind rain sleet leet and snow are widespread over he the northeast part of the country even ven as far east as the city of New NewYork NewYork York where at 7 1 a. a m. m the wind was blowing 52 miles an hour Mostly fair air with normal cold Cain again prevails over the west A fairly good type of January weather is the Misso...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Welfare Board Outlines Work [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

WELFARE BOARD OUTLINES WORK Again Signs Transient Transportation Agree Agree- Agreement Agreement ment The board of directors of the Public Welfare Society unanimously voted to again sign a transportation agreement a concerning transient fam fam- I I I nIes it was as announced anno nc d yesterday Y after a meeting of the board Tuesday evening The agreement last year r ras was as signed bf welfare societies in all aU parts of the United States and Canada Under the agreement the participating participating organizations are oper co cooperating cooperating in an attempt to reduce the amount of ot of dependent dent families The practice of un un- unorganized unorganized organized communities is to provide transportation tion to such auch families and andas as a result thousands of ot such de de- dependents dependents have lived and traveled year after year at public expense Under the transportation agree agree- agreement ment said Miss Ada C. C executive ve secretary of the society publ...

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Committed to County Jail [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I I COMMITTED COMMIT TO COUNTY NT JAIL Elmer ton Pleads Guilty to Forgery Charge Charce Elmer Stapleton was committed to the county Jail yesterday after after- afternoon afternoon noon when he failed to give bond of 1000 for his appearance before the Circuit Court to answer charges of counterfeiting a check Stapleton was accused of forging a check purporting to be signed by Abe Sublett drawn on the Boone County Trust Company for 1920 and payable to O. O C. C Chick or bearer He is also charged with passing the check to Richard Finley in exchange for 1920 He entered a plea o of guilty to both counts and his trial I was set for Saturday Saturday morning at 9 Bond was placed at 1000 which he did not give

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Sturgeon Couple to Washington [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Sturgeon Couple to Washington Mr and Mrs D. D G. G Spelman of or Sturgeon have left for an extended visit with ith their daughter Mrs F. F G G. Mayes Maye and ard Dr Ma Mayes yes of Wash Wash- Washington ington D. D C. C Mr 1 Spelman who is president of the th Bank of Sturgeon will ill take a long rest to improve his health

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Negro Buried Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Nt-ero Nt Burl Buried Today Funeral services for Forest Lamme a known well negro resident of Co Co- Columbia Coll lumbia ll for the last thirty five years ears was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the African M M. E E. Church wa as 78 vears ar old a when hen he died Tues Tues- Tuesday Tuesday day evening ni

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Scout Leaders in This Area to Meet Sunday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

SCOUT LEADERS IN THIS AREA TO MEET SUNDAY Will Plan Observance of Anniversary of B. B S. S A. A IN NATIONAL PROGRAM Col Hitch of Boonville Will Preside at Dis Dis- Discussion Discussion Here Scout leaders of the th entire Cen Cen- Central Central Missouri Area will meet here Sunday afternoon at 2 30 o'clock for the purpose of discussing and planning alarming for this area the ion tion of the nineteenth anniversary of the founding of the Boy Scouts of ot America The dates for the celebration are Feb 8 to 14 14 inclusive The meeting which will be pre pre- presided presided sided over by Col A. A M. M Hitch of Boonville Scout executive for the I area is open to all scoutmasters as assistant as- as assistant scoutmasters junior assis assistant tant scoutmasters and commissioners loner in the area Plans will be worked out m in advance ance and submitted to each of 01 the leaders for discussion and ap ap- Opportunity will also be given to each official to offer sug sug- suggestions sugges...

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Columbians to Terre Haute [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

COLUMBIANS TO TERRE HAUTE HALlE John Peck and Family to Mab Rome Home There Mr and Mrs John Peck and daughter Martha Elizabeth who have ha lived in Columbia several years have left to make their home in Terre Haute lInd Mr Peck who was the Columbia for the Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company Com y will v take charge c of the company's gene agency te II Terre Haute Ind

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Red Cross Roll Call Reaches 1008 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

RED CROSS ROLL CALL REACHES 1008 1800 Raised in Boone County County Canvass Canvass Not Yet Complete The Red Cross roll call has 1008 members mer ers in Boone County and has raised 1800 according to the state state- statement statement ment ol ot A. A R. R Troxell chairman of the roll call committee at the Red RedCross RedCross Cross meeting yesterday The canvass is not yet complete Centralia and some other communities ties having not yet turned in their reports Mr Troxell stated that the membership last year was 1200 and he hopes that the total subscription this year will exceed that At the meeting yesterday the fol fol- following following lowing chairmen were appointed for these departments Nursing Eleanor Keeley child welfare Mrs E. E D. D Baskett junior Red Cross Mrs 1 C. C M. M Sneed home service A. A R. R Trox Trox- Troxell Troxell ell volunteer service Mrs W. W G. G Manly disaster Col J. J F. F Williams liason Thomas McHarg publicity Queen Smith The proceeds for the year amo...

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Mrs. W. A. Norris Buried [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

MRS W. W A. A NORRIS Services Are Held at the Home on College Collece Avenue A en ue The funeral of or Mrs Minnie F. F Norris was vas held at 2 30 o clock o'clock this afternoon at the home College e eA Avenue A venue Services were conducted by bythe bythe the Rev Marion larion N. N Waldrip assisted by the Rev Luther Wesley Smith Sn th Burial was in the Columbia C me- me mete tery te ry The Th office of the Boone I Health Unit closed this afternoon to enable the units unit's staff to attend the j funeral of Mrs Norris who was the wife of Dr W. W A. A Norris deputy state health commissioner for Boone County Pallbearers were ere E. E B. B McDonnell Prof B. B P. P Hoffman Dr James idon don N. N W. W Burton Foster Thurston I and J. J M. M Taylor

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Rotary Officer Entertained [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Rotary Officer fi I. Entertained The board of or governors f f the lo local 10 cal Rotary Club gave a luncheon at atthe atthe the Tiger Hotel today for Roy Ruy F J. I Turnbull of St Louis governor go of the fourteenth Rotary district

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Centralia Woman Injured in Fall [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I Woman oman Injured in Fall all Mrs Minnie Kane of was injured Sunday when wh n sh f ll at the home of her f Mr- Mr J J Riley Ri y 1 and a ohe as as taken to tV tI 1 1 r n Ciny Hospital for

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Conversation Costs C. C. Girls 3 Days [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

C Coda ct C. C C. C Girt Girk 3 Day Ba A three day to the campus was recently given a Christian College senior sentor for talk talk- talking ing to the boy friend nd for more than the prescribed p three min min- utes S. S After a round with the Student Council she ahe has hu this advice ad to offer to others othera who 00 might n h t be in j n her h r predicament Have c him say it with flowers its it's safer r J

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Jury Sentences Mrs. Etta Taylor [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

JURY SENTENCES MRS ETTA TAYLOR Gives Her Three Months in Jail on Liquor Charge Etta Belle Taylor was found guilty and sentenced sent nc to three months in inthe Inthe the county jail on a charge of selling intoxicating liquor This verdict was returned in the Circuit Court this morning by the Jury after deliberating since 11 o'clock yesterday morn morn- morning ing The same jury Tuesday rendered a of not guilty on one count and aDd guilty and a fine of on the nd count against Mrs Taylor for forthe forthe the sale of liquor The trial on the second charge was begun yesterday morning and finished at 11 o'clock when the jury retired to make its ita decision A third charge that of possession on of intoxicating liquor be tried later m in this term of court A motion for a new trial will have to be filed within tour four days if the cue case is appealed Whether or not the case would be appealed had not been S1 decided by the defendant and her herl McClusky and Hollis this U morning

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Hoover Adviser in Document Scandal [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

ADVISER ADVISER IN DOCUMENT SCANDAL George Barr Baker Bak r and Ivy IvyLee IvyLee Lee Named in Senate Investigation WASHINGTON Jan 10 UP New mysteries were added to the forged documents scan acan- scandal dal today when the Senate Investigating Investigating gating Committee made public secret evidence it had recently taken par por portending tending to show that George Geom Barr Baker confidential adviser of elect dent Hoover had been forced by the State Department to sur aur- surrender render documents which had been stolen tolen from the American Embassy ta to Mexico It also abo revealed the committee was waa in iQ possession of a document ig that Ivy I Ila Lee la public relations ex ex- Jl crt of at New York and publicity J D. D had been paid an unstated amount moun of money by the Soviet government for some d d expenses expense NEW YORK Jan 10 UP George Barr Baker adviser to elect dent Herbert Hoover and Ivy Lee publicist denied today implication tion reflecting against them WA...

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C. R. Key's Will Probated [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

C. C R. R KEYS KEY'S WILL PROBATED Action Had Been Delayed by Hunt for Witnesses to Document The will of C. C R. R Key K y of Centralia who died di about six months ago was probated here late yesterday in Pro Pro- Probate Proba bate ba te Court The delay in acting on the will was because of the time necessary to locate the two witnesses to the document According to the will all aU debts shall be paid and a tombstone erect erect- ed Further the benefits accruing from the ownership of a lot in Cen Cen- Centralia Centralia shall be enjoyed by Mr Keys Key's widow Mrs Rebecca Re C. C Key as as- as long longas as she lives or until she ahe marries Everything E else is left to Mr Keys Key's j son Sneed A. A Key who is named I executor of the estate

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Estil Sims, 22 Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

ESTIL SIMS 22 DIES Burial Takes Place Today in Co Co- Columbia Columbia lumbia Cemetery Estill Sims 22 died yesterday morning of a complication of dis dis- I eases He is survived by his parents Mr and Mrs Matthew A. A Sims of Eugenia Street and by his h hUe wife Ue Mrs Jessie Jessi M M. Sims Funeral services were w re held at Par Par- Parkers Parker's Parkers Parker's I. I kers ker's Funeral Chanel at 3 o'clock this afternoon Burial took place in inthe the Columbia Cemetery

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Searcy Pauley Held Up [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

I SEARCY SEARCY PAn PAlLEY HELD HELD VP Robbers Robben Get L I II i Than 12 Jt From Man I Searcy Pauley of ot Huntsdale was wu robbed rob d of between n 1 t and 2 12 about 9 o'clock Tuesday Tuf night when he was hold held up by three men on Highway 40 three miles west of Columbia Mr Pauley was wu returning home from Columbia hen he was stopped stop by the men who ere ere driving a I Dodge Dod e caT car No trace of the men menI I has been found

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Jackson Named District Manager [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

f Jac Named District Manager George H. H Jackson Jack n. n 20 South I I Garth Avenue has been be n appointed district manager of the Equitable Life Insurance Company Compan

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Sharp and Rice K. C. Today [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

Sharp and Rice RI in in K C. C Today II W Vl Sharp pic pr i nt rf If the M M morial Par Pa-l r C-r n 1 A A. A N f rpt r- r lung Jo Ic Kansas Kan s Cit Cit ci Cd

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Hoover Plans Enforcement of Prohibition [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 10 January 1929

HOOVER PLANS ENFORCEMENT OF May Increase Responsibility Responsibility of Federal Officers TO USE EDUCATION ALSO Considers New Ways of Making Dry Law Effective WASHINGTON Jan 10 UP Herbert Hoover soon lOOn after his in inauguration in- in will sponsor a supreme attempt to enforce the prohibition law law law-a a campaign in which new le legal le- le legal gal weapons as well as education will willbe willbe be used Hoover has lately given consider considerable able attention to the prohibition problem During his voyage voyace from Rio de Janeiro he has devoted much time to a study of possible new n w measures for tightening enforcement Among the suggestions fl a considered it is learned ls to increase responsibility and accountability of dry ad ad- administrators for major violations in their territories such luch as scale large smuggling and diversions from bond bond- bonded bonded ed warehouses The general suggestion tion Uon embodies the idea of criminal prosecutions for dry office...

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