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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I I I I Mr and Mrs Mn Earl ErI Roberts Roberta Here ReTe Mr lr and Mrs Earl Roberts and children of Colorado Springs are the guests of Mr and Mrs C. C W W. Mc- Mc Ghee Weist Street I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Blizzards and Zero Weather Strike in West [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

BLIZZARDS AND ZERO WEATHER STRIKE IN WEST Traffic Tied Up in Wisconsin Wis Wis- Wisconsin Wisconsin Michigan and Iowa N. N D. D POINT IS COLDEST COLD T Degree 10 Temperature Forecast for To To- Tonight Tonight Tonight night Here Partially cloudy with colder weather er late tonight and tomorrow is the outlook for Columbia's Columbia week The temperature tonight according to the local Weather Bureau will be around the degree 10 mark Similar weather will prevail throughout Missouri becoming cold cold- colder er in the northern portions of 01 the state tonight and in the east and arid south portions tomorrow The highest temperature recorded here yesterday was wu 22 23 degrees decrees and anel the lowest last lut night was 8 Weather changes chanles generally still stUl remain remarkable for their travel and rapid change chang in values today's report stated Blizzards Sweep Northwest CHICAGO Jan 12 tUP BUz BlIz Bliz- Bliz ards accompanied by sub zero tem tem- temperatures temperatures swe...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Lindbergh to Fly New Mail Route [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

LINDBERGH TO FLY NEW MAIL ROUTE Leaves Feb 4 to Blaze Air Trail to Canal Zone Col NEW YO K Jan 12 UP Charles A. A Lindbergh was in the midst of preparations today for another of his stirring air junkets On the morning of Feb 4 4 he will leave Miami Fla in a twin-motored twin plane to blaze a mail mall route between the United States and the Canal Zone A schedule has been arranged with stops at Havanna Be Be- Belize Beuse lize use British Honduras Tela Hon Hon- Honduras duras duru Corinto Corinth Nicaragua Managua Puenta Arenas Costa Rica and David Panama Cristobal C. C Z will be his southern terminus Before attempting that flight however Lindbergh expects to fly flythe flythe flythe the proposed to coast mail air-mail route of the Trans-Continental Trans Air Transport Co for which he is technical advisor le Ie Ie said Casey Jones would accompany on that flight but that an had not been selected Col Lindbergh was at Mitchel Field Long Lana Island to take the air at 2 3 p p. m. m today...

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Willima White, 86, Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

WILLIAM WHITE WRITE M U DIES Advanced Are Age Causes Death of Mrs Alt Alf T E. E Haynes Haynes' Father William White M 88 father of Mrs Alf AU T. T E E. Haynes of Columbia died yesterday afternoon at the home of his daughter Stewart Road Death was caused by advanced age Mr White was born in Ireland and came to the United States when a small boy He was w. a member of the Presbyterian Presby Church and was u active in church circles until his health failed Funeral services will be held at the Parker Memorial Chapel tomorrow afternoon at 1 Burial will willbe willbe J be in Columbia Cemetery

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King's Condition is Unchanged [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

Kings King's Condition Is Unchanged I LONDON Jan 12 UP King King George passed a quiet night an of official or- or announcement from Bucking Bucking- Buckingham Buckingham Buckingham ham Palace said today The kings king's condition remained unchanged it 1 was WU added r v yr v j

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Local Men Will See Inauguration [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

LOCAL MEN WILL SEE INAUGURATION Eight Missouri National Guard Members to Attend Event EventA A number of the local officers of the Field Artillery of the Mis MIs- Missouri MIssour sour National Guard will attend the inaugural ceremonies for elect Henry 8 Caulfield to be held in the Capitol at Jefferson City Monday noon Among those thOle who plan to go 10 from here are Cal Col Co J. J P. P Williams Capt C. C L I. McClure Capt Roll Rolf Raynor Capt C. C E B Barkshire Capt N. N B. B Wade A. A R. R Troxell Leut P. P S. S Hanna Hamia and H. H E. E Small war war- warrant warrant warrant rant officer of the Field Ar Ar- Artillery Artiller tiller tillery Band which will furnish the music for the dance after the re re- re

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To Hold Public Hearing [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

a aro TO ro HOLD BOLD PUBLIC HEARING Highway Committee Will wm Road Bond BoDd Bills Bin Thursday JEFFERSON JEPPERSON CITY Jan Ian 12 UP The The House Roads and Highway Committee will hold a public bear hear hearing trig ing Thursday night upon the bills to put into effect the road bond amendment and authorizing authorising the sale of bonds boDda Chairman Wingo of Dal Dal- Dallas las lag County announced today The committee met yesterday but did not DOt consider the bills bUll

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County Health Unit Reports for December [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

COUNTY HEALTH fi UNIT REPORTS FOR DECEMBER Total Expenditures in Last Month Are PEOPLE VACCINATED Campaigns Being Made in Local Schools to Prevent Flu Dr F. F C. C Suggett Boone County health officer reported an expendi expend expenditure expenditure ture of by the Boone BooDe Coun Coun- County County County ty health service for the month of hi him m tt a hn the derk Of Of m maries aries of the ue two doctors ft fl nurses sod and the secretary totaled The rest of the sum was for traveling and aDd supply expenses He reports many contagious dis dis- diseases diseases dis- dis diseases eases with only in influenza reaching the proportions of an epidemic He had some trouble with two cases of whooping cough among school chil chil- children children children dren but has baa brought it under UDder con conr teal One case of smallpox was found at Ashland during the early part of the month but no other cases were found About people in and near Ashland were vaccinated as a precaution to prev...

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Tax Increase is Advocated by State Body [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

TAX INCREASE IS ADVOCATED BY STATE BODY Group Plans Move to Meet Educational Building Needs P. P FAVORS FAVOR FAVOR ONE I. I MU U. U REQUEST Is Impressed by Service of University Exten Extension sion Division By a Staff Correspondent CITY Jan laD l The The Ibe State Tax Commission will wUl definitely advocate a raise in taxes to meet building needs need of state InstItutions and other governmental necessities in its Ita report to the General As As- Assembly according to information last Jut night from J. J T. T Waddill chair chair- chairman man inn of the commission Arguments ment Ar received from depart depart- departments departments ments menta and Institutions have haft been so 10 convincing that notwithstanding the already alread heavy tax burden and aDd the U. opposition that will wUl no D doubt are artoe against an aD increase mae we believe that thata a small Increase of revenue should sM be made said WaddilL This Increase should aboWd be sufficient to property properly care...

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"State Schools Are Handicapped" [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

STATE SCHOOLS ARE HANDICAPPED W. W W. W Gibbany Says Or or k Organization and Finance Finan e eAre Are Needed By a Staff Correspondent CITY Jan U-Or- U and finance are the tile m mI I major handicaps of the state school system according to W. W W. W Gibbon statistician for foI- the U. State Stats Department of Education The organisation OI is 11 more men than s a half century old end and is II composed com Oled oi ol rural districts and aDd Vii high I school districts he hi said too many of each sich class cIuI have bate web such small that the till levy win will not DOt maintain a school him Tn districts if U they voted th U. U g cent tI-OeDt limit could rias raae but 6 5 a year mar marThis This would not DO pay for lar a month ol ci school and aDd they cannot cannel get lit stats state aid im they ber have tight months There are an 1144 rural ba ing IDI 11 less lees than baD eight months bI of school schoolTeachers Teachers are art underpaid and aDd many mam are Inefficient No ICo...

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Extra Session to be Called About April 15 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

EXTRA A SESSION TO T TOBE BE CALLED ABOUT APRIL 15 A McNary Announces It After Talking to President Elect TARIFF ALSO TO WAIT WAIl Oregon Senator to Make Relief Bills Bill Conform to Hoovers Hoover's Idea WASHINGTON Jan laD 12 1 UP tJI The Th door was closed definitely today la against I any tana-reH tana ef 1 u. u at t this r f resa tor n of the Senate aerate at with Hoover that hi ha would not press wea his measure at this session but would wait until UM the extra eUra session This session it was WI learned altar after McNary's visit will be called about April 15 IS to take tate up both farm relief and aDd tariff revision with the intention lion tion of completing those measures and adjourning by July 1 McNary said aid he hi would not DOt call his committee together to consider farm lanD relief at this tI session The Agriculture Committee 00 chair chairman man alan had held eId hope of pressing his Ida measure at this session in the face of repeated statements by bJ other farm lea...

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Stephens Fund Reaches $26,775 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

STEPHENS STEPHENS' FUND REACHES Over Half of Amount Is Raised Rai d dA A total of im has lias been con con- contributed contributed to the Stephens College drive since yesterday This makes eI a grand total of nem that thai baa has been beeD raised railed In the lbs campaign campal The Thel goal of the tbt drift dri is II and aDd remaIns yet Jet to be raised The Tb amounts subscribed sines yes yesterday yesterday noon DOOD are Columbia Telephone Co 00 Bowling Lumber Co 00 00 totes Parks ea William L. L Scott Streng's StraI Bakery Raker Garret M 50 Head d Judge Iud 60 50 Stowe Pharmacy 90 10 Traber 00 to U. U P. P Jr to 10 H. H 21 2 W W. B. B Cauthorn 2 Lanham m M a Major KaJar Alexander 2 L L. S. S Backus 10 A Friend 10

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Dail is President of Tomb and Key [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

a aDali Dan Dali b Is President ef if Toe and eai Key Re Tomb end and Key Re elected Lawrence Dail DatI president Thursday night at a a meeting at the be Sigma Phi Epsilon house boule Other officers elected were wen Vice president Humphrey White treasurer John Lyon secretary John Richards It It was Melded deckled that tbt the organisation OI would hold bold a r. din CUD net at M BI Pate en Feb 7

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Last Survivor of Transport Crash is Dead [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

1 I LAST uSi SURVIVOR OF TRANSPORT CRASH IS DEAD 1 r Motors of Sister Ship to Question Mark Marl May Have Failed 2 INVESTIGATIONS BEGUN Plane Is Completely De i. Demolished H by Fatal r 4 Swoop J 1 Pa PS Jan faD 11 12 V. V Sergt Patrick Conro eighth l her Iter of 01 the army anar tra transport I which crashed at yester day died early today ID he here ben I His ilia seven companions either w weca i killed outright or died soon ate after tt I great sister fitter ship of or orbe the be army w. w J inc anoe pleas plant Question Q Mark fan fU fell ne nethe the Royalton borough with an impact which was board beard lot for halt ha a mile As AI this community b bI ta to to re- re recover cover 00 from the shock chock cIS tinged today th tM the story gradually ema known of the tbt bravery bra of 01 lAud Rob Bob J set ert U AD and aDd hit his Under Way War Rescuers hacked backed and Dei sawed d at st- st th- th I wreckage until they u. tb heel had almost en J Wily freed Angst w t E mangled i....

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Court Gives Two Execution Stays [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

j. j COURT GIVES TWO X V EXECUTION STAYS STAt Both Liquor ea WilL r. r Come Up in April 11 Session t 1 Arch Jacobs Jacobi charged d with I intoxicating Ii liquor I ima been continued through I Cli ar cult cu court terms withdrew hi his ilia ve of not DOt IUD guilty and entered a plea ef guilty this Ida morning wee WI W IS t have ban been bleD tried th Hr by a jury ry this WI term tenD of court Be we was a 1600 fins fine end and A sate May of ofHie c The Hie stay atar provided d that be pay court costs give ft bond for MO for bie 1 at the fee of the IS April term of or court and aDd pay Par H of oC his fine be Three new CUM cases that were weis i during thiS term tenD of 01 easeS Jacobs Jacobi were wv this inIng at hie poet Mrs BUs aa Bill Belle Taylor who vhs wa vu convicted ed of hi sellIng fence Ier a stay of cd execution this till i Mrs Tailors Taylor's stay was wu granted on i condition that bat she pay PI H en em fine IDe pay court costs c and IDd 50 U he the appears at the be ...

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De Pont Man to Visit Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I to te Bere BereA A of the Da hi Pen Bayes Company to Is to vhS lift the lb college of of the University Vat on Jan JAIL 21 to so senior with WIlla to graduate In Ia June Jon Be Re tU seak graduate tN in s. mechanical engineering aI d f the rapid tIP i tU field

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Rocheport Child Dies [Newspaper Article (death notice)] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

a. a a. a Evelyn old 4 S 'S du daughter of Mr and Mr Met ctr of 4 morning M at 4 B n A 2 11

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

PAGE TWO TH THE MISSOURIAN SATURDAY Y JANUARY 12 1923 f f i fi VARSITY DEBATES K I. I l TODAY CENTRAL LOSES TO HIGBEE

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Legislature Lobbyists Fall to Register [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

LEGISLATURE I LOBBYISTS FAIL I ITO TO REGISTER I Are Violating Corrupt Practice Act En En- Enacted Enacted Enacted acted in 1905 ONLY SIX NOW ENROLLED Business Labor and Wel Wel- Welfare fare are Interests Rep Rep- Represented Represented Represented resented JEFFERSON JEFERSON CITY Jan i 1 E UP It P J. J Lobbyists who have flocked to the capital for the revision re session of the General Assembly Ass are ignoring the practice corrupt act which re requires re- re quires them to register with wit h the sec secretary wc- wc of state it was revealed toda today Only six lobbyists had registered with ith the secretary of state up to today while it was estimated there have been forty or fifty here during the first two weeks w eks of the se ion on Many Man ot of the lobbyists in i 11 previous ion have ha ve made a practice pr of ignoring i the corrupt practice e act be be- because because I cause it does not provide a penalty tor for its violation The law was en- en enacted enacted acted d...

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Street Repair Bill is Light [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 12 January 1929

I STREET REPAIR BILL IS LIGHT I Weather During Week eek Keeps Expense Low j jJohn John S. S Bicknell city clerk ap- ap approved api approved approved i proved a bill bin of for or work by the street maintenance squad and one of for other street work The bill for will be paid out of the maintenance fund It is for lot hours of work ork by four men dur- dur during lag ing the past week The other bill will be paid from the street t fund and will Win pay three men for hours of work i According to C. C W. W Kennedy street I commissioner ioner the expense exp nse this week is 11 very ery light The weather has baa been unfavorable for repairs ot of I any sort and only about half as many men as the usual number were hired The men hired have hae ha e been kept busy all week cutting ice front ironi t rOUl the intakes in the gutters and clear clear- clearing ing lna out street drains The bill to be paid by the main main- maintenance maintenance fund is 15 less lesi les than half of that for the...

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