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Lieutenant ULM Wins Wings [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

LIEUTENANT WINS INS WINGS Proved Efficiency by Piloting PUo nr Avro A Plane Plane- Alone Alone- in New Sew Zealand SYDNEY N. N S. S W. W UP Plight Flight Lieutenant Ulm at last has won his wings After crossing the Pacific Irons front America with Squadron Leader Smith Kingsford-Smith in the monoplane Southern Cross followed by a flight night across s Australia he was told to re remove re- re remo remove move mo mohl his hl Air Alt Force wings above his medal ribbons Then he went ent across the stormy storm Tasman Sea in the Southern Cross Cr s I to New Zealand with Kingsford- Kingsford 1 I Smith end nd acted as a co o In tn New I Zealand he piloted an Avro machine jail all alone and proved himself him effi- effi elf i i dent He has returned in the South South- Southern ern frn em Cross to Sydney and aud is now now- i entitled to his hla pilots pilot's license

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Forty-Year Record Broken as Main Rivers Overflow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

i i ii Forty Forty- Year Record Broken I As Main Rivers Overflow As a special feature of the weather t for 1928 November a month gener gener- generally generally generally ally without any outstanding phe- phe placed itself on record as 1 the wettest of its name for lor forty tort I years and was the only November I t in climatological history that put the main mam rivers risers out of banks ac according ac- ac according cording to U. U S. S Weather We-ather Bureau j records here which were compiled under the direction of George Reeder meteorologist in charge A to the records the last i killing frost in the spring came on j April 15 and aed the first killing in the I autumn did not come until Nov 4 4 an interval of days known as the growing season This sea sea- season season i son this year was about three weeks longer than the average a i The yearly rainfall was j I inches as compared with a normal rainfall of inches an excess of inches June had the great great- greatest greatest e...

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Book on "Growth" Published [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

BOOK ON GROWTH PUBLISHED Pl IM M. L U. U I. I Gaining Reputation For Work on That Subject t. t 1 The University Uni of Missouri and andi i the College of Agriculture are gain gaining gain gain- gaina gaining ing a national and international reputation for their contributions lons to the know lege of growth F. F B B. Mumford dean of the College of I Agriculture said this morning after Her a looking over a new book Growth I which is a compilation of five e lec lec- lectures lectures tures delivered before the Missouri chapter of Sigma Xi during 1925 The preface of the new book which was received here today is written by Dr H. H D. D Hooker pro pro- professor professor professor fessor of horticulture of the Col Col- College College College lege of Agriculture and the book bookis is dedicated to Henry Jackson Wa Wa- Waters Waters colleague and pioneer in the experimental study of growth The lectures are those given by Dr William J. J Robbins professor of botany Dr Samuel Brody professo...

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To Report on Experiments [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I TO REPORT ON EXPERIMENTS Dr M. M M. M I. I Ellis To Attend Meeting Me t of I. I S. S Bureau of Fisheries Dr Max M. M Ellis professor of o physiology at the University loft lef yesterday to attend a meeting metUng I of the heads of or the United States State S Bureau of Fisheries in Washington r hington D. D C C. Although not a member of 0 this group Dr Ellis has been called calle I Iby by the Commissioner loner of Fisheries I to report r port on ns work ork with the th possibilities of the use of freshwater fr clams in m the button industry Following his experiments in thi laboratory Dr Ellis has been en work work- workIng working workIng Ing on the artificial propagation oi of o othe the fresh fre h water muscles which can eai be used in the making of buttons button but tons After i the meeting in ii Washington Dr Ellis Eilts will go flo to t I Baltimore New York and Philadel Philadelphia phia to confer with officials ls of o othe j the various button industries m in ini ii tl i ...

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In and of Misouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I In i and Of Ol Missouri I Plans Plana have been approved for erection Uon of ol St. St LoW Lout County's 1 hospital at Clayton Five Pye units including a medical and aDd sur sue surgical building and power plant will willbe willbe willbe be erected in the spring v A Kansas City i dairy company has announced its Ita intention of build build- building building ing ina a receiving plant in Harrison Harrison- Harrisonville Harrisonville ville vUI as soon lOOn as I it i is assured of a supply of 1000 gallons of milk a day cia v The population of Popular Bluff at the close doe of 1928 1828 is 1 as com corn compared compared pared with in 1920 according to a Chamber of Commerce survey completed I During 1928 1921 three sixty new in industries tn- tn Industries have been established in inthe the tte St. St Louis Loui district while ex existing ex- ex tating Industries have been expanded according to a report issued by the Industrial Bureau of St. St Louis Prizes were awarded for each of t...

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Conningham to Jefferson City [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

4 I Cunningham to Jefferson City CIt Elmore Cunningham formerly o oi of i Columbia has gone to Jefferson Cit Citi City i where where he has accepted a posit position 10 with the Capital News For the last twelve years yea Mr Cunningham has baa I been connected with the Poplar Bluff American He H is the son IOn of the theR j Rev R v. v and Mrs R. R S S. s. s Cunningham

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Joint Eugenics Convention Held [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

JOINT EUGENICS t CONVENTION mib Soo Delegates Expected to Attend Battle Creek Meeting BATTLE CREEK Mich Web J Jq 3 S UP PrOgreSs Progress of o eugenic th during the last year will be cussed at a joint convention of Of American Eugenes Eulen Society and Abel Eugenics Research Association ha this week More than delegates from frees ai g sections ns of the United States Sta aS Canada are expected to attend att tS J annual convention Speakers will include Albert to toward ward Wiggam widely-known widely author sut and of science and aDd an Dr C. C C. C Little president of the ma of f Michigan Wiggam's too too- ic will wU be What Civilization Is Ja j jing Do Doing ing to Us and Littles Little's Obstacle f Progress t ess in Eugenics Dr r. r John Harvey Kellogg ot or oftie Bat Bat- Battle Battle tle tie Creek Sanitarium director of the theRace Race Betterment Foundation tion 1 m sponsor the two-day two meeting

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Real Estate Transfers [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

1 Real Rt Estate Transfers Trans Trans' l. Edwin and Lucille Brundege to George and Elsie Leonard lA l SW corner SE BE 4 1 of SE BE 1 4 1 Sec Hand 21 and 35 A S part W part NE 4 1 orn 4 1 50 28 also 80 S acres W 2 1 NW 4 1 50 27 1 If Lee Forbis and wife to J. J D. D part Lots 5 5 6 19 and 20 Stewart Stewart's Add Columbia 1800 H. H A. A Kinloch to Polly Folly T. T Gantry N part Lot 3 and all NW part Lot Lo 1 4 4 Lowell's Lowells Sub of Machir Place Plate and Survey No Columbia Mo 10 Ralph H. H Patterson and wife to Helen and Walter Miller Lot IA 34 g Turners Turner's Sub of SW part 81 a 8 4 1 Sec 7 and W part NE 4 1 Set See 18 II 1 all aU in Twp p. 48 R. R 12 12 known as rat feast Highlands 10 J. J H. H Witte Wilts and wife to Edwin a aMalinda Malinda Ahmann Lots 35 and aDd an 36 Block 5 5 Harts Hart's Add Hartsburg al also al- al also also so part SW part Out Lot No 11 I 1 Hartsburg Mo 2850 S. S 5 M. M Bright to Wm E. E Acton and aDd 1 wife Ue SW 4 1 NE 4 1 and SW 4 1 1 NW 4 1 47 2...

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Are Making Motor Trip [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Are Art Making Motor Trip Tn Mr and Mrs L. L D. D Johnston aDd tod sons Lennie and Lawrence Att rit vii vis visiting lUng tUnc relatives in Tennessee and aDd Ar Ar- kansas They are making the trip by motor visiting first Mrs rs tons ton's mother Mrs J. J M M. Curry Of I Troy Tenn and then Mr Joba Jo tons ton's parents Mr and Mrs C Ci C CI C. C CW f Johnston Johnstan of Piggott Ark OB CD tili v way back tAek they will atOP at I Ark and will bring Mr brother m Roy Bruce sad and Lit Lii son Donald back k with them em I II Levee Le to Be Rebuilt Near I I Machinery is being at Huntsdale to be used in re r rI reIa la Ia I a levee leee along the river-bottom river I I 1 near McBaine

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I r NOW a aF U CHANGE OF POLICY AT T YOUR NEW and F ridal d J s s tIT d the stale I MISSOURI R bOO L StepP te inC Riddle Sh d Each Show Will ill ill Run For Three Days 4 t I 2 2 couple t a I 3 iken 1 NEW T SHOWS START MONDAYS MONDA YS AND THURSDAYS I 4 Wallace The First Half of or Each Week We e Will Present the 5 C j Girls Girts Latest Latest- I Sound Pictures 1 4 I and 3 ACTS OF THE BEST VAUDEVILLE AUDEVILLE r I I The last half of 01 the week we will wW offer the pick of the silent pictures and picture and I 5 Acts of Vaudeville ON OUR LIST FOR JANUARY PRESENTATIONS PRESENT PRE PRE- 5 SENT A ARE ARE ARE- 1 SORRELL AND SON and John JohnV V t h TEMPEST Both of J these pictures are on the Post Poet Po t-Dis- t s patch's list of the ten best pictures 1 of 1928 You ou them I must see The Vaudeville numbers ZI 21 21 players and a they are re all aU of the best b talent alent obtain obtain- S C able We know you yon will 14 appreciate their efforts s 's c And the price schedule will be be...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

r THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN IAN THURSDAY JANUARY 3 3 1929 p

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Parker Delays Naming House Committees [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

fOOR DELAYS DELAYS I NAMING HOUSE COMMITTEES Selection Will Not Be Made for at Least Leasta a Week f. f I t nR R FIGHT CLOSE JC I. C. C Group and Farmers Virtually Assured of Heading Bodies CITY Jan 3 UP It will be at least a week before er Jones H H. Parker of the these announces the chairmen and andl Duse se personnel nel l of the various arious committees will serve in the lower branch of d the Fifty fifth General Assembly WhIch convened yesterday for a day y session The Kansas City delegation which Parkers Parker's election is expected to get tet t some IOme committee chairmanship the farmers however are also certain cerin certin tin tain in to be recognized inasmuch as parker Parter has long been the champion of the rural interests in the Legis Legis- Legislature Legislature lature and their friendship for the thew new w presiding officer may net them several eral Speaker Rave Rae Close h The farmers yesterday came to the thee rescue e of Parker at a time when he needed support...

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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

If It ru VoT w t t- t or sell some some- something l thing wing t ty r inn Want Ads 1 TRUSTEES TRUSTEE'S SALE NOTICE WHEREAS Rosa Ross L Edwards a widow by her certain deed of trust dated the 13 day of March 1918 1818 and nd recorded h b tel the office of the Rt Deeds of Deeds of Boone County Missouri in Mortgage Record Book 1138 at Page conveyed to the undersigned ft a trustee the following described real estate lying being and situate in Boone County Missouri wit to Ten 10 acres the east half of the west half of the south south- southeast southeast southeast east quarter of the northwest quarter of section 10 10 no Town Town- Township Township Township ship Forty-eight Forty 48 Range Ranle Twelve 12 2 In trust to secure the payment of ofa ofa ofa a certain promissory note in said deed of trust described and Whereas said note is I due doe and un un- unpaid unpaid Unpaid paid default having been made in inthe Inthe the payment thereof Now Therefore in pursuance of the terms of said ...

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Also Has Dry Plan [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

d u Also Has Dry Plan f 10 A woman who knows almost a as much about her ber husbands husband's business bu in as he does himself is Mrs Mn hester heater P. P Mills shown above bove wife wile of th the be former federal prohibition adminis- adminis administrator administrator for the New York district Mills won the 23 Durant prize prise for the best plan for making th the eighteenth amendment effective But when the smoke cleared elea away wy it wa was found that the plan that had bad run his a close dose second p ond was nas s one devolved by Mrs Mn Mills M Ils

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Cable System to be Underground [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

CABLE SYSTEM TO TOBE TOBE I IBE BE UNDERGROUND I Project of Phone Company to Link Five States ST ST. LOUIS Jan 3 Work UP Work has begun on a under under- underground underground ground around long-distance long cable system to connect all the principal cities of Ar Ar- Arkansas Arkansas Arkansas kansas Kansas Oklahoma Missouri and Texas E E. E D D. Nima president of Southwestern Bell Telephone Com Corn Company Company pany announced today Four hundred miles of cable will willbe willbe be laid this year Within five years Nims said the company win will have in operation a subterranean network of ot wires aggregating 2500 miles to take care of increased traffic in the rap rap- rapidly rapidly rapIdly idly expanding Southwest The first mile loo-mile unit of the new n w system southeast irom Oklahoma City al already al- al already already ready is under construction The present over land lines will be used for short haul circuits he said This cable system is 15 the realization realizatio...

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U. S. Public Debt Reduced in 1928 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

U. U S. S PUBLIC DEBT REDUCED IN 1928 I Payment of Made According to Treasury Dept I WASHINGTON Jan 3 UP The United States public debt was reduced educed 1 in 1928 the Treasury Department reported to- to toay day ay The public debt on Dec 31 to totaled to- to totaled totaled as compared with on Dec 31 31 1927 The statement showed the treas trees treasury ury at the end of or the year had a of representing il excess expenditures chargeable against ordinary receipts

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Sweet rents Missouri Hotel [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

Sweet Rents Missouri MIMe Hotel The J J. J S. S Sweet Hotels Company of Topeka Kan will pay a month rent for rent for the Missouri Hotel at Jefferson City until it is sold at public auction in February F

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

If MISSOURIAN THURSDAY JANUARY JA U 3 1929 2 rAGE AOE SIX THE TilE COLUMBIA 3 u. u I p for fop Women Women

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Missouri 4-H Girl is Best Dressed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

L MISSOURI H 4 4 H GIRL GIRLIS I II I IS BEST DRESSED Marie vite Roch of St. St Louis County First in National Contest In this dress dr ss that she he designed d dand and made for herself with hat shoes and hose hs of her own selection Marie Mane Missouri girl won first place and national championship in I I 4 4 y yC C. C C 1 Costume thit t tt won W Oil a I national n fl I I prize the Nati d 4 H Club Un irh l Revue held h d in iii Cl cai dunns dUl ll the hi tl first fi week k in December a a- a a i p pUt rt of the th Seventh Sr nth Annual National 4 H I Club Congress Con s. rc-s. Marie vite was tate state tyl show champion champlon at the State H 4 I Club up Round-up at fit the thc College Colleg of Agriculture here h re in August Augu t. t this be being br- br bri being i ing the climax of her three years club work The prize for this honor was the educational trip to the National Club Congress in Chicago awarded by Montgomery Mont Ward Vard and Company of r Chicago Marie ne is the ...

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Nationality Laws for Women Vary [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 3 January 1929

I NATIONALITY NATIONAL LAWS I FOR WOMEN VARY 1 Curious Situations Arise j Under Present Rulings of t the Nations ions I e i 1 WASHINGTON D. D C. C Women of the th United States led ld the way to an official investigation in of the law ol f twenty one North t h and South Amer Amer- American Amerlean lean ican republics only to find tind that s SP C Cen v en fn Latin American nations already have statutes that do not discriminate discriminate nate against their sex x on the th ques ques- question tion of nationality in n Brail hil Ura Para Pera- Paraguay guay Panama Colombia and the Dominican Republic it was found d in what is 10 some Oln to be 1 the first COOl com complete of these pINe comparative r ive stud v Laws laa thai thaL the nationality of their women is b not affected by marriage t Because they marry citizens of oth oth- other er pr countries they do not give gl up their own I The Inter American Inter Inter- American Commission of Women which is 1 conducting this survey was...

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