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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Columbia, Missouri Missourian showmen have a question a complaint a problem for answers or action dial 4498180 anytime Day or night. Showmen likes mail too. Send postcard or letter be sure to include name and address. Write showmen the missourian Columbia to. 6520s would you know about a Comet we saw in the Columbia sky saturday night oct. 3? it had two tails and we watched it through our Telescope. Please verify this with someone. We done to think we were . P. Indeed you re not. Or. Terry Edwards chairman of the University astronomy department told showmen the International astronomical Union reports such a Comet moving southward from the Northwestern sky in the Early evening. The comets name is Quot abet and it sets about 10 . A a abet is a Star of the sixth magnitude. Meaning it is invisible to the naked Eye but can just barely be seen with a Telescope. Its orbit is very close to a parabola almost Elliptic and its period is extremely Long. In fact its so Long astronomers can to measure it. Comet a a abet will keep fading As it approaches the Sun until it disappears in about six weeks never to be seen from this Earth again. At least not by anyone who s around now. Missourian showmen in be been looking for a Mustache cup. Can showmen help locate one a a. B. At the Point of desperation showmen Fili ally located some Mustache cups for you. We Learned h. H. Lawson 5406 Clark Lane keep the cups and has two or three for Sale. Judging from the number of Calls we made he May be one of the few persons in Columbia who has them. You might also want to visit the lion i club antique show which will be held at the Daniel Boone hotel from oct. 30 through nov. 1. In tuesdays paper it was reported that the City had appropriated $4,000 for ceremonies at the regional Airport dedication. The next Day the missourian reported $4,000 would be donated by the chamber of Commerce for the event a Titch one was Correct also what will the Money be used for a mrs. E. C. The wednesday missourian incorrectly stated that the chamber of Commerce was donating $4,000 for the dedication ceremonies. It was the City Council As stated in tuesdays Milt Sourian that donated the Money monday evening. We regret the error. As for the allocation of the Money. Charles Hargrove assistant to the City manager gave us the following figures # $1,500 for the u. S. Air Force Thunder Birds # $750 for u. S. Army Parachute team the Golden knights #$1.350 for liability insurance for the planes pilots and crowd # $400 for a a myriad of other things such As publicity material postage phone Calls plywood Etc. The ceremonies begin sunday at 11 . Missourian showmen i had a Friend write and Tell me about his recent trip to South America. He said he brought Back several shrunken Heads. I was amazed to know that they still do that kind of thing. Could you Tell me How extensive it . G. Head shrinking is done by the Spotful. Tribes deep in the Amazon keep Busy by shrinking Heads in Between fights with neighbouring villages. But pastime Isnit limited to South America. History tells us that during the Middle Ages Irish and scottish Folk put a High Price on getting a head. Last instance of head shrinking reported in Europe was in 1912 on Balkan Penino Sula. When the Balkan War hit the area Between 1912 and 1913, soldiers settled for noses and upper lips instead of taking whole Heads. While registering recently at the county clerks office to vote a clerk asked if i would be staying in Boone county for an indefinite period. Without giving the question much thought i said yes. Now i wonder what would have happened if i had said no would i not have been allowed to Register even though i met other residency requirements a a. B. Voter registration is based upon the intent of the voter. The Law attempts to allow Only persons who regard themselves As residents Columbia to vote forcing those who do not to Register elsewhere. Residency Laws require a person to live in Missouri one year in Boone county 60 Days and in the precinct ten Days. In addition you must be Able to show proof of residency such As Missouri car registration Drivers License or ownership of personal property in Columbia. Missourian showmen Hutchins a i am a person not a role9 is Vandiver drive scheduled for re surfacing in the future it certainly needs . S. Weather permitting Vandiver will be repaired next week. But Public works director Ray Beck says Only repairs of bad areas will be made not a Complete re surfacing Job. Beck who makes final decisions on Street repairs says he bases work on Street condition traffic volume and the availability of men and equipment. By Marsha Stanley missourian staff writer or. Edwin b. Hutchins the University a first new Dean of students in 20 years believes people Are More important than paper work. Hutchins who officially assumed the duties of Jack Matthews former Dean of students sept. 1, says he is already behind on the papers lined in neat piles on his desk in Jesse Hall. But he is satisfied with Progress toward his Quot first priority on Campus meeting As Many students As possible. The 40-Vear-old Dean said there has been a tendency toward depersonalization at the University since he was a graduate student Here in 1953. Hutchens feels confident that tendency can be reversed. Quot we have to do it or the University will become an anachronism in the 20th Century Quot he stressed. As a first step in restoring a More personalized Campus atmosphere Hutchins is attempting to make students feel that he is Quot a person and not a he has launched a get acquainted Campaign that includes a series of open houses at his Home and speaking engagements with University groups. A when i first came Here i Felt a very Strong need to walk the streets a Hutchins said. In his first month and a half he has sensed a pessimistic tone among students and decided a the temperature of the institution is relatively that temperature needs to be brought Down and suggested making students feel less like a number and More like individuals might help Hutchins said. His general goal As Dean will be to a develop a cohesive and interrelated student affairs program that makes a major contribution to the students education outside the a that goal is not unique to me or this institution a he said. A it is dictated by the Large size of institutions of higher the soft spoken administrator emphasizes a learning outside the a i like to think that it is As important As what goes on inside the Hutchins sees the College years As a transition period for students Between life at Home and the time they Are left on their own. A the purpose of this office and All the resources at its disposal is to help each student get the most out of four years of the College years should be a a time of exploration a he said adding that Quot students should t be Hung up on finishing in four Quot one of our biggest problems is to counsel students to pick the right Field. Maybe a student needs two years to shop in a Liberal arts comparing this Campus to Iowa stale University where he was coordinator of research in the office of student affairs before coming to Columbia Hutchins said a i could not have found two institutions in the United states More the schools Are approximately the same size and the general descriptions of the student bodies Are the same he said. However Hutchins said students at Iowa state began this year with a More positive attitude than students Here. The Iowa Campus avoided serious turmoil during last Spring s unrest to said. New channels of communication opened up in May at Iowa state when a a Young vital staff on Campus worked almost around the clock talking to students Hutchins recounted. Hutchins whose official title at the University is Dean of student affairs and executive director of student services said his daily duties Range form sitting quietly As his desk figuring where the Money will come from for his offices nearly $2 million budget to the smaller problems of copy machines and Long distance Telephone Calls. One of his major goals will be trying to get the staffs a that grew like Topsy in the fast paced period of University expansion after world War ii working together in a cohesive Way. A native of Chicago Hutchins was educated in the Midwest and holds three degrees in psychology. He received his a. B. From Lake Forest College in 1951, his a. M. From the University in 1953 and his pm. D. From the University of Illinois in 1958. Or. Edwin b. Hutchins. Missourian photo Ohio grand jury completes study of four Kent deaths Apple Day sales begin two Little Dixie Kiwan ians practice their sales technique for monday nights residential Apple Day sales. Mrs. Frank Fristoe was a willing buyer from Richard Smith left and Del Hemphill. Little Dixie Kiwan ians sold apples downtown Friday and Are out today. This year for the first time they will be going House to House monday evening after 6 . To raise Money for a number of youth projects in the Community. Missourian photo area officials will participate in local meeting Public housing employees from Columbia and sewn surrounding communities will discuss Low Cost housing development oct. 22 at a training workshop at the Columbia housing authority office. Charles Reid executive director of the Columbia housing authority said about 20 commissioners of local housing authorities Are expected to attend two separate sessions at 9 . And 6 . The meeting coordinated by the state department of Community affairs and financed by title 8 of the 1964 housing act is the first in a series of seminars scheduled through next june in five Missouri cities. Reid said the Missouri program is a ahead of the nation in providing periodic training for Public housing employees. Communities represented will include Boonville Centralia. Ferson City Mexico and , Mexico and Moberly. Oklahoma City had a population of 10,000 the Day it was settled when the territory was opened for settlement in 1889. Retired journalist Ackerman Dies at 80 Ravenna Ohio up a special Ohio grand jury Friday ended its investigation into the killing of four Kent state University students by National guardsmen. A spokesman said indictments would be returned and arrests made. The spokesman did not say when the indictments would be handed Down but indicated they would be made next week. Seabury Ford a Ravenna attorney who has assisted in the investigation said the grand jury would Issue a Progress report tuesday. He said the report probably would reveal How the information gathered by the grand jury would be released and when it would be submitted to the news Media. Ford would not comment on the indictments. The spokesman also refused to discuss whether the indictments included members of the Ohio National guard students or both. One source said he understood that none of the guardsmen would be included Dan Ortli to appear on Missouri forum att Gen. John Danforth Republican senatorial c a n-1 dilate will be interviewed by Jefferson City newsmen on Missouri forum at 6 . Oct. I 17. J Missouri forum is a regular feature on Komu to Channel in the indictments but this could not be confirmed. The 15-member grand jury which has been meeting Here since it was empanelled sept. 15, completed its deliberations after hearing a summation from Robert Balyeat who headed the investigation. Balyeat had said earlier that those indicted would not be identified until they were placed under arrest. While sitting Here the grand jury heard from nearly 300 witnesses and read numerous reports and accounts of the student killings during the 19 Days it deliberated in the Portage county courthouse. The four students were shot to death and nine others were wounded May 4 when guardsmen fired into the Vemer announces Campaign committee Turner Vemer. Republican candidate for Northern District judge has announced his Campaign committee members Are Allan Carpenter route 6, Campaign manager Paul Bebermeyer 2223 Bushnell drive treasurer and c. E. Dick alien 804 Fairview rd., finance chairman. Mrs. R. V. Crane route 4, will be hostess for j i Vemer a Campaign dinners. Demonstrating students on the Kent Campus. Witnesses appearing before the panel included state adjutant general s. T. Del Corso Brig. Gen. Robert Canterbury commander of the troops on the Kent Campus and Kent president Robert i. White. Candice Bergen Peter Strauss Soldier Blue new York a Carl w. Ackerman retired Dean of the Columbia in i v e r s i t y graduate school of journalism and a lifelong fighter for Freedom of the press died Friday of a heart attack in his Manhattan apartment. He was 80. As a reporter Ackerman covered the German army during the world War i Battle of Verdun. He also got from a russian Monk the first eyewitness account of the execution of Czar Nicholas ii by the bolsheviks. He consistently opposed government censorship or control of the news at Home and abroad during world War ii. During 25 years at Columbia he raised $4 million and travelled the world on special projects for the government and for the american society of newspaper editors. In 1952, he defied a Columbia request that Deans not engage in political activity because the University president Dwight d. Eisenhower was a candidate for the presidency of the United states. Ackerman announced his support of Democrat Adlai e. Stevenson. Humane society plans project the Columbia humane society has begun plans for its thanksgiving project mrs. Kent Zumwalt Board member said. Emphasizing that the society a primary goal is a help to animals mrs. Zumwalt said plans include taking food to the animal shelter and arranging for Nursery school children to visit the animals. The society a publicity committee will meet next week to discuss the thanksgiving activity in detail she said. Incorporated a Quality manufacturers and in Tallar of All window products. A Canvas awnings a aluminium awnings a drapery hardware a vertical blinds a Mobile Home skirting a Patio covers a window shades a custom draperies 307 e. 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