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Daily Capital News (Newspaper) - May 19, 1966, Jefferson City, Missouri PUY CAHTAL MEWS fcHtrw Qv Me 5 Insurance Cancellations Charged Chkaco Tribune oervice I doctors fear further attemptsto pay for their own insurance CHICAGO Health Insurance tO socialize medicine companies have teamed up with We object to the concentra the federal government on bureaucratic con stampede persons over 65 into signing up for medicare the Illinois State Medical Society charged Tuesday trol of ourl ives not only in medicine but in other fields as well Dr Montgomery said Although the society will not By cancelling health policies Ur8eits members to boycott the for those 65 or over the Cominlcdicare Program it svill seek panies have left no choice for to nave tne law changed he the elderly except to enroll in Sighing Ventilates Lungs Expert Says ANAHEIM Calif AP Why do we sigh Are we merely weary or depressed Neither We sigh because we to says Dr W J Murray threatens to reduce high quality University of NorthCarolina if given the chance he said So this legislation illadvised piece ol medical care goes a step further by disrupting the private health insurance market the resolu tion said said We would hope that enough people will become dissatisfied with it so that it could be chang ed through the election of pub lic officials who are interested in seeing medicare amended Montgomery said Dr Burtis E Montgomery of He said the society was dis the governmentfinanced health plan the society said The charge was made in a resolution adopted by the so cietys board of trustees at the groups annual meeting here Harrisburg outgoing president of the 10600member organiza tion told a press after the board action that most health in when they the time to blame for putting the companies at an many would have been willingltion thereof cancelled their government was The Perfect Treat Centrals Strawberry Marsh mallow ICE CREAM NEW tHONE NUMBEB Prior to medicare cent of the 16 million private health which indicates tha Church Adheres To One Man One Vote BALTIMORE Md AP The Episcopal Diocese of Mary and has decided to follow the example of some of the 50 states Delegates to its annual con vention voted Tuesday to reap portion themselves more closely to a oneman Onevote princi ple mesthesiologist Sighing is a physiologies unction which like yawning ventilates the lungs he told a nedical symposium of the In trument Society of America a1 Disneyland Tuesday Even when we feel on top o he world we sight at least twice n an hour Murray said Under thenew constitutional amendment the number 6f del egates each church may selec will be based on its communi cants rather than the number o clergy based at the church One delegate will be allowed for each 400 communicants or frac Springfield Approves Industrial Bond Issue SPRINGFIELD Mo AP Voters in a special electio Tuesday overwhelmingly ap proved a S6 million bond Issu for an industrial plant It will manufacture and will be operated by th Minnesota Mining and Manu facturing Co A work force o 150 with a yearly payroll of million is expected The unofficial vote was 1302 in favor of the issue 30 against A twothirds majoril was required resbyterians lan Revision BOSTON AP United resbyterians spiritual heirs of e 16th century Protestant re ormer John Calvin met today o try to attune their teachings the needs of modern life The denominations 178th eneral Assembly opens with a luge worship service of prayer lymns and sharing in the Lords Supper Afterward the more than 1000 including 837 voting laymen and clergy from across the country will move nto deliberations on some cru cial matters including Acting on a proposed new confession of faith the first re vision of the Churchs standard of beliefs since he Westminster Confesson of 1659 Choosing successor of the Churchs chief administrative officer the Rev Dr Eugene Carson Blake who has held the post for the last 15 years Selecting a moderator the top titular post of honor elected foi a 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