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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Mr and Mrs J. J A. A Maxwell 19 Edgewood Avenue left yesterday I morning for a week two-week motor trip i through Florida j

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
Source: University of Missouri School of Journalism [Missouri Digital Heritage]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
In and of Missouri [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I In and Of Missouri I Tomorrows Tomorrow's Best Radio Features I Copyright 1929 by United Press I and network 7 7 C. C S. S T. T National Symphony Orchestra WON Chicago 8 3 C. C S. S T. T WON players j I I and network network 9 9 C. C S. S T. T Lucky Strike Orchestra and network 9 network 15 C. C S. S T. T T.- T. Melodrama and network network tO 10 C. C S. S T. T T.- T. Slumber music Among Tonight's Best st Programs rams 1 00 p. p m Interwoven rn-Interwoven Entertain Entertain- Entertainers ers NBC to I and 7 p. p m. m Crystal m. Gazer CBS to I and p. p m. m Armstrong rn-Armstrong Armstrong Quakers NBC to and ho p. p m. m m.- m. Then rn-Then Then and Now CBS to and 8 00 p. p m. m An rn-An An Evening in Paris NBC to I and WON I m. m Victor rn-Victor Victor Hour NBC to 1 8 30 p. p m. m Rapid rn-RapId Rapid Transit NBC to p. p m. m Stromberg Carlson Hour Hourt t NBC to and p. p m National rn-National National x Broadcasting i and Concert rt Bureau Burea 11 Hour NBC to and WOW 9 00 p...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Untitled [Newspaper Advertisement] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

i I I NOTICE To my friends and customers I wish to announce that tha t I am now with the Campus Tiger Shop on OIl Conley Ave I should be glad to serve my friends at my new location tion Charles Charl Cunningham Formerly of ot the Missouri Shop I 4 i 1 i P PC Jay ay parrY arry 9 N. N i iI I I i C reber Phone i I I i LARD 2 lbs Ibs limit 9 PORK ORK SAUSAGE i i 25 for 25 C Thin But I Good I CON 4 to 5 lb PORK STEAK lb Ib piece per lb Ib I I 71 I PORK CHOPS lb Ib I Swifts Swift's BACON BACON- BACONRind l I FRANKS and OA Rind off lb Ib 25 C BOLOGNA BOLOGN A. A lb Ib UC 2 20 C J I IRA KRAUT RA UT Fancy Fanc r i Fresh California 12 12 I 2 Vz 14 c i 2 Ibs lbs for C SHOULDERS skinned DRESSED HOGS 1108 t Ol 1 BEEF BOIL lb Ib 17 c i lb Ib l 2 BEEF ROAST lb Ib PARIS ROAD MARKET 1 J. J JM M. M 1 C. C MARKET 1 i PHONE HITT BITT and LOCUST ST. ST PHONE 1350 I 4 r RAISINS l. I INS Thompsons Thompson's T o p s 8 Q IVORY rORY i SOAP SOAI I 3 OA j i I Seedless 4 Ibs lbs OC C small or 2 large 20 UC C J...

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Christian College Notes [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Christian College Notes I Miss Norma Jean Glascoe of nf Mus- Mus Muskogee kogee Okla visited Christian Col Col- College College College lege friends yesterday She was a student here in 1924 Mr and Mrs Chris Rhodes of Buffalo N. N Y were luncheon guests of Miss Virginia Clark today Mrs Rhodes was Mildred Clark a stu stu- student student stu- stu student dent in m 1927 Mrs Dora Winter head of the regional office of ot the Board of Edu Edu- Education Education Education I cation Disciples of Christ left yes yes- yesterday yesterday for Kansas City i iThe I The assembly committee met to- to toI toj j I day to arrange for the assembly I programs for the rest of the year

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M. H. Cochran to Address Students [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I M. M H. H Cochran to Address Students Prof M. M H. H Cochran will vill talk on the Causes of Peace and War at atthe atthe atthe the Episcopal Student Center Sun Sun- Sunday SunI Sunday day night The meeting will open I with a dinner at 6 30

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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P. -T. A. Health Inspections Prove Helpful [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

i I I I I I I 1 T. P.-T. P.- P. T. T A. A HEALTH INSPECTIONS I PROVE HELPFUL Council Hears Commit Commit- Committee I tee Reports at atI I Meeting I I TO ISSUE MOVIE LIST LISTI I j 1 Organization May Open Reading and Rest RestRoom RestRoom RestRoom Room i The recent morning health in- in inspections InI I in the schools have proved exceptionally helpful in checking c I contagious diseases according to Rucker Toalson health chair chair- chairman chairman chairman man of the City Council of T. P.-T. I tA A. A The council met yesterday after- after afternoon afternoon afternoon noon in the Commercial Club rooms Mrs Toalson also said that sta sta- statistics statistics sta- sta statistics show from eight to ten un un- underweight underweight Underweight children in each room and urged that some measures be beta betaken taken ta en to furnish milk to children during d school hours i Recommends Bf Teachers Give Program j In speaking of the physical ex ex- examinations examinations Mrs Toa...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Lee Circle to Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Lee Lt-e Circle to ta Meet The Lee Leoe Reading Circle will meet at the Lee School next Thursday afternoon at 3 The sub sub- subject subject subject for tor discussion will be be Self Control and Self Reliance Mrs E. E U. U will be the leader

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Hickman P.-T. A. Meets Monday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Hickman T. P.-T. P.- P. T. T A. A Meets Monday The Hickman High School T. P.-T. A. A will hold its regular meeting Monday at 3 o'clock at the school building The executive committee will meet at 2 30 At the senior division Mrs F. F C. C Shoemaker will lead a discussion on the edu edu- educational bill now before Congress I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Thrift Week is to be Observed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

l I f THRIFT WEEK IS ISTO ISTO ISTo TO BE OBSERVED Teacher Parent-Teacher to Promote Idea Jan 17 to 23 National Thrift Week which comes in January J an uary is one of the many national observances which the Teacher Parent-Teacher Association promotes It actively operates co-operates with the Na Na- National National National Thrift Committee and urges I every ery association to observe Nation Nation- National al Thrift Week by L- b studying thrift j I at its program this month The cele- cele celebration i bration of the birthday of Benja Benja- Benjaman l I man Franklin Jan 17 is a special specia I 1 feature for it it- was was- he who gave such impetus to thrift At a recent annual convention of o othe I the National Congress Conar of Parents and Teachers T the e following resolution rm as I adopted Resolved that in the in interest in- in terest of the Uw future of Amer Anier- jica tea we appeal to parents and teach teach- jers I era rs all aU over the land to do every- every everyth...

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Surgeons Plan Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

SURGEONS PLAN MEET I First Pan Pacific Conference to Be lie BeHeld BeHeld Held in Hawaii Ba all Dr Guy Ouy I. I Noyes Noy dean of the School of ot Medicine of the University University University sity of Missouri has received word from A. A Y secretary of the Pan Union Honolulu Hawaii of ot the first Pan Pacific Sur Sur- Surgical Surgical Surgical Conference to be held under the t e auspices of the union at Hono Hono- Honolulu Honolulu Honolulu lulu from Aug Aua 14 to 24 1929 More than surgeons s of the United States particularly those of the Pacific Coast Cout have notified the union of their Intention to attend this conference Forty of these are already preparing papers papera and ex ex- hibits It is thought that another hundred leading surgeons of the Orient and will also at at- at tend The medical associations at a re recent re- re reI recent I cent meeting with the directors of the Pan-Pacific Pan Union decided to I I 00 hold beld the conference in the banquet hall hail of the ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

PAnt u THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN FRIDAY JANUARY 4 4 1929 I IL-IF IL THE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN very T except pt Sunday Sundi by toy the th Ml Mis- Mis Items d By By U ur VP P are aie ar iu ud d on th the authority utho tt O Inc I Jay H H. Neff ut Hall of the United Prea from O which the M MIN MIN- b Columbia Mo at the th at t Columbia receives ee ail 11 day a news nes service b by telegraph l j Mo M sa coDeS Dd matter Member m r of the Audit Bu- Bu wire 7 of OS Circulation SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY U carrier r. 4 4 a acar year car 1 for T Le bOD BUlIn office 55 5 generI Deral news 27 three montha month by mall in an n Boone Boon County 3 a s far r rr 75 7 oate V n. n n w. w MO IJO MOK cents cent for or three months by mall mail else Is here a aK at K t A A. A Manager r year 1 l 25 for three thre months month Suburban Heights U I t H Y F I 1 I I 11 h V t L l I I II I AFTER AR A t SNOW FAIL SHOW FALL I mw PERLY t A ALOT AI I toT LOT or OF WORK tORK RK BV BY t WA UNTIL I Hi NEIGHBORS NEIGHBOR'S...

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Mississippi's New Year Greeting [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Mississippi's New Year Greeting i AM AI a climax to 1928 1938 a year jear ar with ith the lowest lynching record since the beginning of ot record r record keeping ord-k ord keeping in thia country In 1889 came caine the news ne s on New N w Years Year's morning of or a new lynching in Mississippi ippi Irrespective of the deserts of Charley Chancy Shepherd the escaped convict who ho know why hy he killed kUle-d a aprison aprison prison guard and the victims victim's daughter there the theis is a law Jaw which was waa enacted to care arc for such as he lie This law indorsed by the very erv men who burned that negro eilO and by those men who ho have officiated at other of the last years ears is weakened and made less les efficient by each of these occasions upon which individual groups of ot men under emotional strain set themselves up as the tribunal of justice Granted that there is often reason for doubting the efficiency of the courts could there be anything less let fair lair less ...

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For an Airmail Stop Here [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

For an Airmail Stop Here HereIt It would be a advantage to the people of this city if Columbia could be made a regular stop on the St St. Louis to Omaha Neb via Kansas City airmail route There is a probability that this will be done sometime during the coming year Only one thing thine prevents the immediate establishment of a regular atop stop at Columbia It is the fear that there th re would not be enough mall mail to make daily stops profit profit- profitable pro t- t able This fear is 18 not Justified The usual requirement of the company which operates s the airmail service over this route is fifty pounds of mail a day It has haa been said that if it all the special delivery letters which are daily sent from Columbia were sent by airmail instead there th re would be more than enough poundage to Justify a stop With the establishment of a regular stop atop here h re practically all letters Jetters now being sent by special s lal delivery would be sent by airmail instead With the ex...

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While You Wink [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

While You Wink As the number of automobiles steadily Increases in the United States the traffic plan experts grow more frantic and aDd the motorist more exasperated A few years ago we began becan to say aay Something must be done dOlle We are till aWl saying it It in spite of the various systems of traffic regulation throughout the country Several factors in have made this thia pr b problem lem m more acute City streets laid out years ago aro for the theu use 1118 u of ot horses bicycles and an occasional horseless carriage have come to be much too narrow Cars Carsgo go 10 faster futer than they used to and the tendency is to speed peed up traffic To make it worse wone some states do donot doDOt not DOt have adequate license laws so that we have children and incompetent older people driving when they have hav havez no DO z right to the privilege In an attempt to counteract t these handicaps handka streets are widened speed limits are ar often enforced and many states require drivers...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I Two hundred three eighty-three Americans had hid incomes of f ri one million dollars in 1927 this being slightly more than t the co cost COlt t of the sixteen-ship sixteen naval na al program i I

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I A Yale us r-as r ri e i to Harvard to to carry tarry out r. r i 1 t U nc i i cat t i l i- i rt rc c ni n Pro h b b l e u that at le ie lit hk ii iia lh a 1 u ii i to d s d u u. o o t. t cause I

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Juries Not Needed [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

Juries Junes Not Needed The Missouri Association for Criminal Justice p pro pro- o opo o- o os I po poss s to give H. H defendants s the right with the court consent to waive e trial by bv jury in all criminal cases except where the death penalty may be imposed d. d That Thatis is one om of or two purposes s 's of Bill 9 9 calling for fer an amend amend- amendment I ment of Section 28 Article 2 2 of the Missouri state stat constitution The other object in irs submitting the th reso reso- resolution resolution lution is to make mak women eligible for Jury Jur sn cc c a i distinctly different point although closely re rc i cd to the other in m legal composition Saving Saling of expense and expeditious disposition uon o o oca cases ca s would be accomplished under such an amendment Promptness of trial is one of the most Important f fac- fac factors factors 10 tors in the efficient administration of justice Defend Defend- Defendants Defendants ants may nuy waive juries juris in felony c...

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Banish the Banisher [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I Banish the Banish the detective de story says a bored reader read r overcome o by bv his sense of obligation to elevate litera litera- i turc ture I Take Toke the detective out of the detective stor story pleads j another critic on the theory that such s ories ones are arc 1 invariably in dull be because ause e th there re must be a fine crime n a stupid detective detect ve and a wise detective tar or gifted ama amateur tur I II j I We would r ri c up aga against such a movement as we w J f would revolt rc against driving out the funny pcs papers These T i stories and comics have a place in our play pla plat play t me and I we would resent being d deprived ed of another means of I escaping an existence which is u constantly made mad moro mor mor scientifically and mechanically dull It is i true that thit there is 1 a flood of worthless pawned of of as detective stories but as in any other type of o writing ing I there is much chaff eha and little wheat I IThe The improbable the ...

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Local News [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 4 January 1929

I I There Then are just two sorts cT or wives wives those those that thit expect exp ct things of their husbands and those that suspect th things n s si Ii IiI i I of or their husbands

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