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Columbia Missourian Newspaper (Newspaper) - November 20, 1967, Columbia, Missouri A both year no. 55colombia, Missouri monday november 20, 1967 2 sections�?24 pages % 30 Chance of rain details on Page 2 lash a my a i f%3 fwd a amp a i. Gig a a p�?T.3� ef3 k4 re m six of a p p3s to i to a is it us a i Pii North Viets Batter . Unit a on Page 3. Commons jeers finance head a on Page 3. Santa items begin today a on Page 12. Our tigers Eye . And bowls a on Page 16. Lewis b. Hershey. Do m Accident his deferment revocation idea stirs congressman so on Page 17. Wrath. Hershey urged to quite rep. John Moss d-calif., today told it. Gen. Lewis b. Her Shey that he was no longer qualified to direct the selective service system and that he should resign immediately. In a letter to the 74-year-old Hershey draft director since 1940, Moss accused Hershey of a a callous disregard and contempt for the Law the Constitution and the rights of americans a his outburst was prompted by her Sheys recent recommendation to local boards that they revoke College deferments of students who interfere with military recruitment. Moss charged that it was an attempt to stifle protest and Freedom of speech Over the Vietnam War. Lbs chides Congress president Johnson today criticized Congress for failure to act so far on a Tough meat inspection Bill truth in lending and other consumer legislation. As he signed a Bill establishing a product safety commission Johnson urged Congress to get moving on other Bills. There is no reason for any housewife to have to use a inspected meat a no matter How powerful the meat lobby is a he said referring to meat inspection legislation now before the Senate. A phase Down challenged a senators of both parties today challenged cautious administration predictions that some u. S. Troops could be coming Home from Vietnam within two years. Senate democratic Leader Mike Mansfield commenting on a phase Down possibilities raised by top military and diplomatic officials during the weekend told the Senate a we should not delude ourselves by such phrases. Rather we should face up to the very Strong possibility that the War in Vietnam May Well take years and require additional inputs of american forces unless a solution is found to bring it to a Early Story on Page 13. Pope a a excellent a Pope Paul i underwent a Complete medical checkup today and his doctors said he had shown a excellent improvement in his recovery from major surgery 16 Days ago. The pontiff made his first Public appearance sunday since undergoing surgery nov. 4 to remove an enlarged prostate gland. He appeared at his Vatican window to bless a crowd of 20,000 persons in St. Peters Square. Wyoming leu to a a sugar a Wyoming the nations Only unbeaten untied major College football team and Louisiana state officially accepted bids today to play in the 1968 sugar bowl game Jan. 1. Gator bid to Penn state the Penn state football team announced today it has been invited to play in the Gator bowl in Jacksonville Fla., dec. 30. A the reply is expected to be favourable a a spokesman said. Happy birthday tomorrow Virgil Alvis the Rev. M. Glynn Burke mrs. Kee Wilson Groshong mrs. Don Hardin Perry g. Par Rigan mrs. Thomas r. Shrontz mrs. Marie Stevens mrs. Wilburn l. Talbert miss Carolyn Unklesbay Bill g. Westbrook s sf5 in 4-��t a i �-2s Kaflyn. Record a Nis a pm women a news l a a amp in education commission knocks $5 million off . System request by George Sitterley Jefferson City a the Missouri commission on higher education today recommended appropriations totalling $114,971,260 in tax Money for the operation of the state supported four year colleges and universities in the coming fiscal year plus with reservations about $45 million for capital improvements. The recommendation for general operational costs is about $20 million above the current fiscal year and about $10 nil icon under the requests of the schools. The recommendation is based on a projected enrolment increase of around 8 per cent plus additional Money to upgrade services and boost salaries More nearly in line with those of schools supported by adjacent states. For this year the commission based its recommendations on predictions of greater enrolment increases. This fall it found out it was wrong for instance in expecting an enrol ment boost at the University of Missouri of More than 14 per cent. It actually worked out at a Little More than 8 per cent and at the time the commission was not Able to provide a reason Why. Since then it has received and assessed the freshman enrolments at Missouri a Junior colleges. It has concluded that there is a trend toward increased enrolment in Junior colleges but More important in the Long run or. Ben Morton the commissions executive Secretary said it appears the big increase in the Rush for College or University training seems to be leveling off. Now the problem is to keep Pace with inflationary trends and get educators salaries on a level competitive with the faculties in other states of the Midwest. The University of Missouri for the operation of its four campuses at Columbia Rolla Kansas City and St. Louis has requested $78,616,203 for the Fis Cal year beginning next july 1. The higher education commission recommended $73,980,828, still $14.5 million More than this year. Here Are the comparative figures for the other universities and colleges supported by the sate Lincoln University at Jefferson City asked $2,461,983, commission recommended $2,448,448,496 and this year has $2,122,232. Central Missouri state College continued on Page 2 r. It no Here he United states United states 43?-� y �w��sb�s�s���s.?. H it it a is i lbs sees challenges As 6clock? hits 200 million president Johnson was speaking this morning at a ceremony in the lobby of the Commerce department As the a census clock in the background reached the 200-million Mark a Milestone in the u. S. Population. Introduced As the Leader of �?o200 million americans a Johnson said the nation faces a mighty challenges in its third Cento Rury. Uni fax Wolcott becomes anceagle9 tonight Ron Wolcott 16, son of or. And mrs. Lester e. Wolcott 2417 Beachview drive will receive the Eagle award scouting a highest Honor at a troop 7 court of Honor at 7 . Today at Russell school. Receiving the life award will be Tom Stewart and Scott Vroegindewey. David Preston and Arthur Ridge will receive the Star. Advancing to first class will be Bill Woodruff Ricky Haseman Doug stick Ney Bruce Sewell and Randy Wolcott. 4 sailors in soviet Moscow apr Moscow radio said tonight that four u. S. Sailors who left their ship in Japan Are now in the soviet Union. The broadcast said the four Are a in transit from Hollywood Fla. Apr a twin engine chartered plane was hijacked shortly after Takeoff from Here today and landed in Cuba two hours later. The Pilot j. V. Raymond radioed minutes after the plane was airborne at 11 50 . That its charter passenger was armed and a the intends to take this plane to the Hijacker who identified himself As Felix j. Marisy had rented the plane on the pretence that he wanted to Fly to Bimini in the Bahama islands to pick up his wife. Also aboard was the co Pilot Jeff White. Officials at the Federal aviation administration in Atlanta reported that Raymond said his passenger was a russian but this was not mentioned in the radio Calls monitored by the Faa at Miami. A voice presumably of the Hijacker warned one on the radio that if the two f104 aircraft from Homestead air Force base did not Stop following he would kill the Pilot and co Pilot. The Faa said Havana had radioed the Faa flight service Center at Miami and said that Cuba would permit the air plane to land that the passenger would be permitted to disembark and the plane would be allowed to return to the United states. Reason enough san Luis Potosi Mexico up a detective Amando Rivera Rives sued his wife Juana Gonzalez de Viera for divorce today. A i can to stand her beatings any More a Rivera Rivas said presidents commission warns National health a a in state of crisis by Douglas b. Cornell Washington a a presidential commission warned today a National health crisis May a be upon us now or just around the already it said the system of caring for americans health is in a state of crisis with costs rising far faster than living expenses and gaps apparent in the Quality and distribution of services. The commission questioned whether Fije country is getting its Money a Worth from the increasing billions going into health care since there has been Only a Small gain in life expectancy. It Sug ested health might be improved More comparable expenditures in such areas. Ges Fey As sanitation education and better housing. Among More than 50 curative for current problems the commission prescribed a for doctors dentists and other professionals periodic examinations for renewal of their licenses As a prod to keep up their skills and knowledge and to discourage a unnecessary or Overly expensive tests and treatments on the part of some. The commission listed reviews by Peers or associates As one of its most important recommendations. A for hospitals financial rewards for efficiency and Quality care so the better ones might expand and Prosper and the worse ones go out of business. A Federal financial help to medical and dental schools to improve Quality and expand enrolment. Loans to students covering full tuition and living costs repayable Over a period of years or in two years time Given to a National service other than selective service. O highest priority for improving health care of disadvantaged persons. A # president Johnson named the 15-Man commission last May. He asked it to recommend ways of improving the availability and use of health manpower. Representatives of labor finance education Industry hospitals Medicine and the press served under the chairmanship of j. Irwin Miller chairman of the Board of Cummins engine co., Columbus ind. A a devaluation of the British Pound and the subsequent raise in the Federal Reserve discount rate will not have any immediate effect on Columbia local Bankers so and brokers agreed this morning. The Federal Reserve raised the Dis up. Count rate from 4 per cent to 4% per cent \ i yesterday following Britain a announcement saturday of a 14.3 per cent devaluation of the Pound from $2.80 to $2.40. Columbian a isolation from International is Trade will protect it from effects of the devaluation and since Columbia Banks currently Are not borrowing from the fed Jug Jeral Reserve the discount rate increase Fisk wont affect them. 4 but spokesmen for All four local Toj Banks feel it is a certainty that interest rates will increase eventually and that apr when columbian will feel the changes directly. Bpm a interest rates will have to go of a h. E. Cox vice president of first Bank rom of Commerce said. If the Federal Reserve raises its in lip Terest rates the Banks have to follow suit and raise the interest rates on Loans he said. A amp to Richard Hutchens president of the exp 7 change National Bank says this will happen if and when local Banks Start Bor rowing from the Federal Reserve. P Ujj interest rates on Loans conceivably could go up to 7% per cent an increase of a full Point above the current 6 Viper t cent rate in Columbia. A other effects will be Long Range and in the future but they will hit Columbia. U a been tight for this Isnit helping a a it a i v. "5 pc. % Si�-"3 a Money has some time and Hutchens said. Inflation is an inevitable result the Bankers agree but wont reach Columbia for some time. A. R. Bollinger president of Columbia National Bank says the results of the devaluation and the discount rate in crease could influence Congress to approve the presidents proposed surtax Bill. John w. Bachmann local broker with the Edward d. Jones co., says the changes create a destabilizing Factor of the Market. Meanwhile the u. S. Government had its defences ready today to guard the stability of the Dollar from the pressures generated by Britain a devaluation. Moving to Calm financial markets everywhere Treasury Secretary Henry h. Fowler said the United states stood a firmly committed to joining with other countries in maintaining a sound world monetary system. Senate majority Leader Mike Mansfield said Congress Many have to drop its mid december adjournment goal and few remain in session to act on a tax increase a amp because of Britain a devaluation. A much As i hate to say so much As i abhor the possibility i think the Wel amp a. Fare of the country and the stability of the a a a a Dollar comes before any adjournment a or plans a the Montana Democrat said. Mansfield told newsmen that could mean amp a a nonstop Soth Congress with no extended a a a. Recess Between the first and second ses a a Sions. President Johnson a 10 per cent income tax surcharge proposal is stalled in the House ways and Means committee and Mansfield had conceded earlier it appeared Likely to remain there. A devaluation primer Page 18 i

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