Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 13, 1955 · Page 11
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f, D«c. 13,1955 GREELEY TRIBUNE . , Pige 11 Half Billion to ·,vs.-^?:-v:..'. Ford Foundation cal .comparisons orr»c«es." 01. the hospital -frants; the foundation ^said "The pressing need s"for.funds tij expand or moder- niie; prese'nV 1 facilities, i;nd extend services. Jovkeep;·'pace.-.with the rapid .Vi developmentA it :.-' scie'nw.i'^yv "jf/V'·'·"'·'.' ; '· .Th"e)hospiUl»' are locate ited Small 48 states,'Alaska, Hawaii'and F[l- ertb"'.HIco.-; i y'£ i ;,;.-/ .. ·,,;·' / j r ' . . These'grants are to' be' used! at f)EW YORK , Wl - The .Fofd Foundation Monday in,one.stroke gave away half a billion dollars to colleges', and--hospitals--a''.jur. roughly.eiiuaKto R'for every .'man, *oman 'and-'child'-'in' the' United Stale's. ··;···-··· '-'·/.' ···'···: The gigantic gift, the largest iingle appropriation in the history of philanthropy, · was 150 million dollars more .than the foundation had given previously in its is years of existence. "· '. " 'M~; The. sum of 210 million was ear- market for all 615. regionally accredited, privately supported colleges and universities in the United States to help them raise teachers ialaries. : . · ' ,···. ·-. -This'was in. addition to50;.rhil- lion appropriated by.:'the' foundation last spring" for this purpose. Another 200 million was tagged for about 3,500 privately supported hospitals to help them improve and extend services to'the pub]ic. .And 90 million was-reserved for privately s u p p o r t e d medical schools to help them strengthen their instruction methods. The largest single grant -- five million dollars--went to New York University. Other large grants were $4,510,000 for Harvard, 1 $4,000,900 for .Yale,' and" $4,324,200' for the University of Chicago. , . . The -smallest grant was $31,900 to California School of-Fine Arts, Ban Francisco. The top grant for hospitals, $250,000, went to 57 institutions; The minimum in this field was $10,000. ' Last March' the foundation's trustees announced the. SO.'rmllicn grant for'teachers' salaries. Henry Ford iiV chairman of the board "of trustees, then'said^ ^ . ... - . .."Industry,- 'commerce',' 1 gov'ern-. rhcnt, the'.arls, the sciences .and the profession'^--indeed ,oiir whole yvay of life depend heavily upon the equality of our education. - '.' "Recognizing this fact, the trustees of the Ford Foundation want to do.everything t h e y ' c a n to'em- phasi?.e the cardinal importance, of the college'teacher to our society." t -.' An , aciyisory. committee was named to decide how to distribute the money. Later this 'committee was" told to assume that an ad-, rational 210 miliion would he made available for this program. . 'i The committee decided to.give . grants to,-all private regionally^ac, credited'' fourVyear.-.cpllegej^snd. universities 'In; (he".country.' .. ' '.. This, the, committee" said,'"will hoi distort a^y of ' the.- carefully ' evolved patterns of our-system of jiigher education. Above all . ' /it) should not reduce in any way the desirable diversity of character among these-institutions. · -.Tfie amounts were determined by approximately 'matching the payrolls for instruction for 1954-55-for 'each institution.. The. income'from 'the grants is to increase faculty salaries. ' · ' ;'.- The additional -50 million already appropriated was'parceled out to 126 institutions which have ^"led the way in their regions in improving the status an'rKcompehsalion'df American''college teachers." ., -Income - f r o . m ,these; grants, yhich approximate-:half of last ' year's faculty payroll at 'Hie institutions, can" be used-either'for increasing s a l a r i e s or for other pressing needs. -·i The committee said it "did not attempt to'compare the caliber ,of . these many different colleges, their general excellence '· or. reputation That variety -is/a 'Healthy 'aspect of our entire system of higher education .-.. . T h i s variety cannot be'readily reduced fo' : malhemati- GIFTS; . -.lese.-grantL..-- -- .._ -- ^ _ . _ , the-discrelioh;of the* governing-authorities 1 ^ pi- each 'hospital for 'any prograhVof,improvejnent L or exten- Utah iawt against'polygamy, "but^ 1 on Uie contrary by;their, own.con-f duct and *exim'ple; Iri'Hving jh-'poj ygamy and by associating them' selves with .»' 'religious, group whose member^ 'practice and advocate polygamy have encouraged heir children to become poiyga- mistsl", ·.:'.· '·-. '.'.··:.: .';"").. ·"' . ..The juyenil* court .said Leonard Black- had/ fathered'three farhilles ana,.«'total.of;a8;.chpdren.'j'.. -.;·;: 'The average.'person; breathes 17 times'. » · minute.. ·...; .· · sion-the:hbspilal currently 'is per- ': The', imount 7 ,6f veach :'grant 'was computw,"on' r the' ; btsis.^ot. the pa- (ient days/'ofrse'rvicerprovided/by each -hospiial^ and the; number ol births : in . . . . . . . i . 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