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Zero Forecast for Columbia by Tomorrow [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I I S I ZERO FORECAST FOR COLUMBIA BY TOMORROW Blizzard Sweeps East East- Eastward Eastward Eastward ward Blocking Highways MIDWEST SNOW COVERED SNOW COVERED Storm Causes Delay in Schedules of Trains and Busses At 2 30 o'clock this afternoon af moon the thermometer stood at 15 de degrees de- de degrees degrees grees above zero This was waa a drop of 7 degrees de ees since noon peon and of 18 degrees since 30 o o'clock 0 clock this morning Route 40 from VI S City Olty to St. St Louis is in iii a a. very dangerous of f lot fee e the pavement according to the Automobile Club Clu of Jl late la te yesterday issued a warning thin to motorists to avoid traveling over it The St. St Louis and Kan Kan- Kansas Kansas sas City offices urge that a as much traffic as possible be shut shutoff shutoff shutoff off from it The Boonville of office of- of offic flee fice fic reports highways in its vi vicinity vt- vt vicinity almost impassable A temperature trailing downward from 33 degrees at 7 o'cl...

Publication Title: Columbia Missourian
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Third Bandit is Captured near Fulton [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

THIRD BANDIT IS CAPTURED i NEAR FULTON Mexico Bank Robber Is Caught t After Hunt of f 26 Hours HAD WITH HIM Two Calwood Men Take Gangster Who Asked Aid in Escaping Tom Davis Davil 40 a Chicago gangster gan ter who with two companions robbed the First National Bank at Mexico Thursday afternoon was waft captured near Fulton at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon after having eluded A posse of citizens and authorities of Audrain and Callaway counties for about twenty six tw six nty-six hours I After lodging loda ng him in jail in Fulton I authorities found in Davis Davis' pockets the he worth of bonds and In n cash stolen from the bank Only 32 of the in cash taken by bythe bythe the he bandits has not yet been re- re covered Davis Da vis was removed to Mexico last night Davis was caught after he stepped out ut on Highway 40 about four miles west t of Williamsburg and admitted his its identity to Ely H. H Books and his hisson son Harry E. E Books both of Calwood who had been stationed at that...

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Missouri Theater Robbed of $107.50 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

MISSOURI THEATER ROBBED OF Cash Box Is Grabbed by Holdup Man Early Last Night The Missouri Theater suffered a loss of when its box office was robbed last night at o'clock by a young man who in a struggle grabbed the cash box away from Elin Elm Cairns year old sophomore in n the University who ho was in charge of the box office Miss Cairns described the thief as being built hat hatless less with hair combed pompadour style and about 20 years old She said that he h came to the ticket window at about o'clock last night requesting a ticket He spun a dollar doUar on the counter causing it to fall on her lap While she was searching for the t money mon y he h put his hand through the opening in the box office window and reached for the cash box Miss Cairns grabbed the th box and in the tussle the box opened spilling sil silver sil- sil silver silver ver coins on the office floor The thief ran off with the cash box go go- going going going ing south on Ninth Street toward the University cam...

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January Term to Begin on Monday [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

JANUARY TERM TO BEGIN ON MONDAY Circuit Court Will Hear Cases During Day 10 Session Two Tn hundred four forty four cases are on the Circuit Court docket for foe trial the first day of the January term next Monday Many of the rajat listed will be brought be be- before before before fore the court together and judg JudI- judgment meat ment will be passed on an them e Judge H. H A. A Collier elect recently ed eel judge Judie of the court will preside fox for his hia first time Ume as u regular ular circuit judge Judie and Franklin Reagan recent recent- elected ly-elected prosecuting attorney of Boone and Clyde Ballew w sheriff will make their first appear appear- appearance appearance ance in their new nw capacities The printed docket calls for a ten ten- day term of court the be whole seventh day Monday Monda Jan 14 U being bein given liven o the bearing the of divorce OICe cases eIeL The officer of 01 the court to remain In th portions they have haYe held at previous revio s meetings...

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Farmer Tells of Roy Creeds' Suicide Intent [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

FARMER I TELLS T OF ROY CREEDS CREED'S SUICIDE INTENT Spoke of Killing Self Selfon selfon on Dec 22 James James' Burks Says FINANCIAL CONDITION BAD Bank Was About to Fore Fore- Foreclose Foreclose Foreclose close on Home Here Roy Creed former sheriff of Boone County who committed suicide last Thursday evening contemplated kill kill- killing tog ing himself since Dee DIe 22 32 according to o Information given en to Coronet coronas Owen yesterday by James Jamea Busts Burks a farmer r livin two a and one halt miles m southwest Of of Columbia iW bi on OD Providence Pr Road od For Por the last Jut four years yesra ears Burks Bura tat kM bee beO a partner part of Mr Creed in the s Of t Seeding feeding and shipping Burks ks t told told c the ib l thai ui E Mr Mr tr Creed was a frequent visitor at his big farm On the night of or Dec 22 Creed went to visit hiss him while he was wu in the barn In the course of a conversa conversa- conversation tion Creed asked Burks Buru Jim do you want my st...

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R. B. Sanford, 83, Dies in Newark [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

R. R B. B SANFORD 83 DIES IN NEWARK Was Father of O. O G. G San- San Sanford ford ford Is Is Survived by Wife Daughters R. R B. B Sanford 83 years old father of O. O O. O Sanford 1328 Anthony Street state director of teacher train traIn- training traIning training ing died at 1220 12 20 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home of his daugh daugh- ter te-r. Mrs Mattie Staffin in Newark Mo Death was due to respiratory complications which accompanied in in- In- In His wife son and two daughters rs the second daughter being Miss Clara Sanford Banford supervisor of music in New Ne NewYork York University were at his bedside Mr Sanford who had lived Uv at New- New Newark Newark ark since he heu was u 12 years yeal old had I been married 53 years yeara in October he and his wife having celebrated I their golden wedding anniversary three years ago Paul Sanford a student in the I Business and Public Administration at the University is II Mr Sanfords Sanford's grandson grand on Funeral arrange...

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M. U. Receives $60,000 Grant for Research [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

M M. U. U RECEIVES GRANT FOR RESEARCH Work of Dr Samuel Brody Responsible for Award DEALS WITH GROWTH Fund to Be Used in Study of Animal Feeding Problems A grant Dt of to the tU aart- aart gr cultural experiment station of ci the tb University for chemical cheesIest research In was waa accepted by the Board of the Board of or at it Its ita in St. St Louis Louil today from the u. Herman Berman Foundation of New York It K Is to tobe tobe tobe be paid tId annually for fly five years yean The rh pant grant was WL awarded by the American Chemical Society for fur fur- furtherance furtherance furtherance therance of work directed by Dr Samuel Brody associate professor of dairy chemistry in the Missouri Col Col- College lege Ieee of Agriculture The College was named as one of the beneficiaries of the an- an anneal neal awards warda after alter the report of Dr Brody's project was submitted auba with others It relates to growth and reproduction a subject la In which toe the College has baa g...

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M. U. Dean May Replace Jardine [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

M. M U. U DEAN MAY MA Y REPLACE JARDINE K C. C Star Says Mumford Is Possible Choice for Cabinet Position F. F B. B Mumford dean deaD of the Col CoI- College lege Ieee of Agriculture was wu among those thole mentioned in tn Washington as a pos poe possible sible choice of President-elect President Hoover for secretary of agriculture accord accord- according accordine log ing to the Washington bureau of the Kansas City Ci tJ Star It 1 is doubtful whether William Jardine lisa has a chance for reappoint reappoint- ment mont says saya the Stars Star's story at rJ Dante Pierce farm newspaper publisher of Iowa was also mentioned

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Mrs. Martha Jenkins Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

MIS as MARTHA JENKINS DIES DIU Funeral FaBen at ai New Salem Chereb Tomorrow Afternoon Mrs Martha Caroline Jenkins Jenk 79 ft wife of the Henry Jenkins who lives liveson liveson on Sexton Road died at 1245 o'clock this afternoon Tse T e cause of the death has baa not yet Jet been de de- de Mrs Jenkins was wu born Aug 16 l 1860 1950 at New Bloomfield in Calla Calls Callaway Callaway way County She has baa been a real resi resident dent of Columbia for many years The funeral be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock at the New Salem Church the burial to take place at atthe atthe atthe the New Salem Cemetery The Rev H. H P P. will officiate

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Couple's Condition Better [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I I COUPLE COUPLES CONDITION BETTEE BETE Rev Bev and Mm Mr 8 III 5 F. F Ta Spend II 5 K Zestful aau tf i Night The Rev and Mrs Sam Prank Frank Taylor 1329 Anthony who were both taken tak n to the Boone BooDe County CO Hospital yesterday u as pa pa- patients patients spent a restful night last Jut night Mr Taylor was wu taken to the hospital yesterday yea morning with s shigh Shigh high hiah temperature This had hac gone gam down considerably by last Jut night I

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18-Foot Slab for No. 54 [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

root Fool sum roa VOl MO NO it II itAn ee eM I. I zt Ne NeAn An AD toed foot gt slab en s 5 It 4 Imse f to Otty k le to ha be b b U MM to In the UIt spring ac- ac to a received tress from state lIMe t. t highway by r Judge c. c O 0 of the County on and aDd M. M A a. engineer way of permIts au will have ba to be where in the road roe between and aDd the bit Ortis ti coer art are advisable From the n r to Highway Klahn 46 tI the nine took slab b will wW be bt wid wid- widened ened essid to eighteen s feet

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Mrs. Saram E. Utz Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

4 MRS MUll sAftA E. E DIES HIES t St ee W. W sa Was Wad Sister W ii Mm Ka Mar sr J. J I Wood Ward was WM today of the be of Mrs rs Sarah E. E Ota Uta at her bel home boles in St. St Joseph last night I Mrs lira tits Uta was wu a sister of lira Mrs Mary Mar J. J sod and an aunt UD of 01 Mrs lira Walter Williams William of 01 Columbia She be would have been beeb 1 years old on Oft ameal eI at f Mrs Mra Uta's Uta children are graduate of the and aDd a William wm Uti lits jr is 11 a ito stu- dM In Ia the ills ol of Law T be held heW at 0 Monday M

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C. of C. Reaches $21,700 Mark on Stephens Fund [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

C. C OF C. C REACHES MARK ON STEPHENS FUND Soliciting of oE City Is II to toS S Start Tuesday Morning Mo nc z Y vi 11 im 1 0 LARGE GIFTS NECESSARY r I S u Drive Will Fail B Sights Are Raised President Says Say SaysA A total of ha he by teen reached la ta the campaign of V s dumber Omber d ed Commerce to obtain chide HM In Ia Co Oa- Columbia lumbia for tor UM the of f Stephens J. J J P. P president 14 today toM The Tb amount has bu been subscribed tf by and aDd finns fUtas in amounts fro fv to TIle the new cob CO tee fat Ing the aI of active next net will wm be dIvided t at t Ninth Street sest Into four foW atm a chairman and aDd for tor each u district The City is Ia to lb be canvassed thoroughly The work of the committee was waa practically stopped two weeks be be- before before fore tore Christmas The campaign will wUl willbe willbe be pushed forward vigorously until it is La compelled the committee co said Mid If we are to raise the remainder of ot the amount mOunt Mr HeUler said...

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Henry F. Judy, 70, Dies [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

HENRY BENET r. r JUDY H 79 DIES rater BooM Boorn i Lived ta 1 California CaUl Henry F F. Judy 70 lO years yean old a a aI I former resident of Boone BooDe Courtly County and sn I well known to the residents of em r nine miles north northeast Two Mile Prairie east eu of Columbia died cUed In ta Winters Cab Calif f. f Dec it II following a paralytic stroke His widow formerly tin Miss Lucy Sparks Sparta survives him together with the following brothers brothen and aDd one ODe sister John Judy of Mexico Mo 30 Did Dick I II Judy of Columbia D. D O. O of ot I Winters Calif and Mrs Mn Us Langston of According to the Woodland Calif caul I Democrat Henry F. F Judy was WU om aM oi oj the th best beat known residents of Winters Winter I He had been In falling health for few forlong I long lonI time and during October ha bI 1 soS ut soS'S of offered S fared a paralytic stroke Mr Judy a native of Winchester Ky moved m ed with his hi parents parent tc t Columbia in ieee 1180 remaining hen heri un...

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Welfare Body Provides $2240 Relief in Year [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

WELFARE BODY PROVIDES 2240 RELIEF TN IN YEAR Worthy Families arid and Persons Persona Aided by Organization HETZLER ETzLER LAUDS SOCIETY Group May Be Re Built on on Plan of K C. C Community Chest Cheat Tb The tint first hIa year ar of at the board at of dir eton of UM the Welfare Society win be at a 30 o'clock Tuesday evening nel Dl tn in fathe inthe the welfare oa according to In Mies Ads Ada secretary of the organisation All AU meetings will be in the even eyen evening ing IDa the Tuesday of ot very every month instead of the former dale e the first Monday afternoon of the month t tActual Actual Acta relief amounting to wa a provided worthy needy families and aDd individuals individual during d the to last flu fU- I ol Cal year by the Welfare Society J. J I K B. Bona Boggs chairman of the UMa finance committee announced at M a meeting called to acquaint Columbia ci with the work of the to IIA t tI I night In addition 0 to assiStance MOI given gle- gle en so the be needy t wu WM ex...

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Executive Beard to Meet [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

taM Beer In MesS 3 be 5 executive of Booms County C of e I Education will inset at t 10 10 o tomorrow afternoon atter at the Church J

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

i l MOT TWO THE rHE COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN SATURDAY Y JANUARY S 5 1929 1

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Question Mark Nears Record Set by French [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

QUESTION MARK MARl NEARS RECORD SET BY FRENCH I Old Flight of Seems Certain to toBe toBe toBe Be Eclipsed HOURS GOAL SOUGHT Gas and Oil Are Arc Taken on Perfectly Perfectly Weather er Is Ideal LOS ANGELES Jan 5 UP Encountering the be best flying weather since it started its iu test the tri tri- motored army arny plane Mark Mank Markwas Markwas was wu cruising over San Fernando today apparently certain to exceed all sustained flight tight marks for forever I every ever kind of aircraft The Wright motors were running smoothly and the crew was happy and id rested after the most peace peace- peaceful peaceful peaceful I ful night since the ship took off Tuesday from Metropolitan Airport at Van Nuys The be Question Mark pc p its consecutive hour in the air ar at i o'clock this morning with Uh I iU Iti immediate goal the hour hor ho worlds world's endurance record of the dirigible DL ude The Th army plane Win will reach that line just before a. a m. m Sunday and aDd an hour boUl later wil...

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At the Hospitals [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

I At the Hospitals I I Ann ADD Caroline Pickard Juliet Ura Mae Means Mana Lawrence and John Fellows ww W admitted yesterday boone Coat a Prank Taylor Tallor was admitted d yesterday Hit be t were wen admitted 1 following yes yes- ii today Sarah rab Ann AIm Jones Caroline Ura Urs Meats 14 Juliet Abbing- Abbing Ion ton John Fellows Verleta Lawrence Ruff aut Richard Slack Black Prances Frances Davis Davia and Ancell Lewis Mrs Mn Irene IreDe Lillian Vener Venerand and ud Die dale were discharged t yesterday sa Mrs lira MoW of Central Orace Ona Farris and aDd Mr and aDd Mrs lira Sam Sans v Frank Taylor were admitted yester- yester oilie OWe lie Jones was wu admitted this

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R. E. Hill to Kansas City [Newspaper Article] — Columbia Missourian — 5 January 1929

R. R E. E BILL TO KANSAS CITY CITI CIT T r um Au Meeting ef f American Llamas Condi Co on en Jan Jaa It U Bobe X Hill KIn University alumni r. r will wW attend the tbt sixth die dis- t misting of the American Ame cu Alumni L. L i U which will wUl be held in Kansas at the Kansas KanMi City Cit Athletic Club V t r t edy Itt The Tb sixth district of the American f Council is 11 composed of ot all ad au f. f and aDd junior secretaries in Iowa j Kansas I r it l. l euka Minnesota and aDd Missouri

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