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TUESDAY~, NO4VEMBER 2,1, 1867
Vaughn Plans Appeal
To Assure Deferment,
Attacks Local Boards
WASHINGTON (IP)-The Peace
Corps is worried about the grow-
ing number of its volunteers be-
ing summoned home to be drafted
into military service before their
two-year overseas tour is com-
pleted. So it is going to do some-
thing about it.
Corps Director Jack Vaughn
said Sunday he will take an active
role in seeking future deferments
before the Presidential Appeal
Board-the court of last resort
for draft reclassification.
"We have a serious situation,"
Vaughn said in a statement. "The
problem of induction notices to
overseas volunteers is becoming
a major concern for us. Pulling a
volunteer off a productive job at
midtour is unfair to the nation,
to host country, the Peace Corps
and the individual."
So far about 25 volunteers have
been called home for induction.
Two of these were disqualified for
physical reasons and returned to
their Peace Corps assignments.
In the past, the corps has mere-
ly advised volunteers and trainees
of Selective Service laws and pro-
cedures and confirming to local
boards that a man is in the corps.
Even though Peace Corps serv-
ice does not relieve a man of his
military obligation, some local
Selective Service Boards grant de-
;ferments for two years overseas
duty because the boards see this
as being in the national interest,
a view shared by the national
draft director, Lt. Gen. Lewis B.
60 Appeals Denied
So far, Vaughn said corps vol-
unteers have lost about 60 defer-
ment appeals before' the Presi-
dential Appeal Board in the past
6 /years, but virtually all of them
in the past year.
In the future, Vaughn said, he
will write letters to the presidn-
tial board describing the circum-
stances of each case and urge de-
ferment until the volunteer has
completed his overseas tour.
Calling volunteers home for the
draft, Vaughn said, also "disrupts
the. continuity of carefully plan-
ned projects by host country gov-
ernments who also have invested
a large amount of time and
money in the program."
At 200 Million
WASHINGTON (P) - The pop-
ulation-recording clock in the lob-
by of the Commerce Department
headquarters hit the historic 200-
million mark at 11:03 a.m. yester-
day while President Johnson told
an overflow audience of the chal-
lenges facing the country as it
moves'at an accelerating pace to-
ward a population of 300 million.
Johnson cited such problems as
providing mass quality education,
cementing racial relations, achiev-
ing and maintaining unpolluted
water and air, preserving natural
resources, and helping people find
a sense of community in what he
"called the impersonal life of cities.
"They are mighty challenges-
hurled at us by the past, and by
the swift march of progress," he
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Bach Club Meeting; lecture-recital
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choral preludes of the Orgelbuchlein,
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Communication Sciences Lecture Ser-
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Goldwater Machine," Nov. 21, 4:10,
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