The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1934 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 11, 1934
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Served by the United Prefix liE COURIER WEWS Mm o f Monnyn AKKAKBAB AND BOOTH.^-Z.A, •*-<V-B-J T f kJ Y01,. XXXI—NO. 22R Blythevllla Diily New» Dlythevule Ocurter Mlislsslppl Valley Lender Blythevlllo Herald ;ii! AliKANSAS. TUKSDAY. DKOKMISKK TW||FllIiyi!CH!GAN HOTEL FIR rogram Comulclion of Will Mean Substantial Cut m Drainage Taxes All but a few thousand dollars of thc {350,000 necessary to carry out thc $2,500,000 -debt readjustment .program of Drainage District 9, and Its Sub-districts .'I and •1 lias been paid In bv delinquent taxpayers of the districts. Thc success of the program, which will make possible a reduction of approximately CO per cent In drainage taxes In the dfs'ric's, embracing nmcli of the highly developed eastern and central ]ior- nions at the county, is definitely asimrert. the Courier News was told today by .1. H. Grain, of the Lee Wilson company, one of thr; commissioners of the district. $350,000 Almost Raised For the retirement or the $2,560.000 debt, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation has promised loans totaling- $1,530.000. Holders of thc districts' bonds refused to settle for this amount but agreed to surrender their bonds it the districts would .supplement the proceeds of the R. P. C. loans with an additional $350,000. This proposition was placed before delinquent taxpayers of the districts, who have paid In a)] but about 812.000 of the amount needed. Payments nre still being received, Mr. Grain said, and there Is no' question but thai Uie necessary amount 9;IU be obtained. Some delay In completing the .settlement'may be experienced as /a result 'of. failure of a small mln- j $10,000 War Risk Insurance Pair! Al'lei- 16 Years Approval? Just Matter of Form COOTER, Mo,—Mr. and Mrs: Arch pollard, tenants Tor a number of years on (he farm of Utm-gc oil- liland, received last, week n United States treasury check for $10,000"ln payment, of u war risk insurance policy on the life r or Kallian Noble, who died December 8, 1918, in campr, , at Waco Field, Tex., soon after his j/ return from war service In France. Noble, who was 21 years old when he enliMcd in this army, had lived with the Pollards for a number of years iind had no living relatives. Before Ills dcatli he wrote to Mr. Pollard thai his insurance was made payable to )iis estate and that he would make a will leaving his esUijc j to Mr. and Mrs. Pollard. Be/ore he made Ihe will, however, lie died of bronchial pneumonia. His body was brought back here arid burled in the Pollard lot at Ml. Zibn cemetery. : ; In Uie 1C years that have Intervened Mr. Pollard has lifonlnter- veiictl Mr.-.Pollard has been Inler- rlous government agents, sent here Tor that purpose,' but he never brought suit to collect the money Negotiations Would Be "Useless and .Unwise" Says British Chancellor LONDON, Dec. .11. (UP)— Great Britain not only Is defaulting on Labor Chief Suspects Offers of Cooperation lo Speed Recovery •' i WASHINGTON. Dee. 11 tUP)- I'residcnt William Green • of the American -Federation, of- Labor tlmi-ged today that buslne.w ami Industry were ottering belated co- [ojwj-nlion In recover}' i'/l'oi-ts' U .(jaln-control of the New nsnl. ! Ueferring to (hi- ilelermlimtUih lof the United states Chamber of Commerce -and the National A.s- 'soclatlon or Manufacturers to ;aid I In ^ recovery project:,-, Green said: "These arc |K:rs(ins wlio would lose special privilege.'; if balance;! economic jirojress reimilni oiir goal. Obviously they bellevn there' Is on advantage «> ,'Uiem lo propose co-onerallon In order to gain control." Oiw'n .wnnwiit ers would not toloialiV much longer the stubborn' resist mica dls- played In some industries to the right of wage earners to organize to promote their • welfare. Wimderlich Will Head 1934 Goodfellows Club W. j. wimrtorlkh Jills' ncrrplrd l HP chairmanship of the IIV.H Cloo:i- li'llow.-, club, pledged lo .w Him f-vrry needy family receives at least •<"<"> rjlft nt chilslmtis lime. I*. Cl. \Vi\4 bar, been .srloclrd to hjwl llin llimndal roiniiiHIee of the club and Mrs. Virginia Hlnlr, federal relief director herr, will ii.ssi.u »] supplylne Infm-nmlioii an in families in nerd of Christmas aid CIHLlS Approval, or course, was just a ..yy*-"y**c;^ Jimy • require i M day's.^The"iieil'atips j will be taken at,a hearing before .Neville Chamberlain, chancellor Federal Judge J. E. Marttoeau ° r ' tllp c! "*«m«r told -Hie It December- 18. . would be useless and'Unwise : to Will Reduce Debt 3Wrt debt negotiation^ at .present. didn't have tlriie'tb chan'so'froni beach suit-slocks attire, but the jiidgejookert' i»ve»_thftt' ; When the settlement la'..finally November 22, -he added, had .an- Ensland m ' es the 'United States duced from • $2,MO,opo to $lmooo ,, . and taxpayers of Die dLslrleis vlll ^"^'WK, also benefit from' low Interest and " ml -° lllllm l ' ' rtel)t - easy repayment terms of tho 'R p C. loans. ' ' The payments which delinquent ,,, ^,,. taxpayers are making toward the' WASHINGT $350,000 hind will free them of all ! Mmlslcr A«) L. liability for taxes •' ,,, ^,,. "'"' l>ay WASHINGTON. Dec. 11 Astroai of today State , o a liability for taxes now delinquent •'«?.„. The $360.000 represents about GO n pllllti ^ that Finland will per cent of the total of back tax-l p , ay ls sc '"l-annual war debt tu- es flue llic dlslricl. TJndei- Ihe plan nn" ent of . no drainage taxes for tilts year • are being collected and if the set- 1 f ? nlail<1 - tlemeut goes through as an(lci-! m ° l nte n ' nn y • 0!1 Dcc ember 15. $238.- pnted none will be collected. Services at Hayti for Mrs. Lee Belle Lewis •HAYTf, Mo.— Funeral sen-Ices were held Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Lee Bell Lewis, a pioneer citizen of this county nml wife of 'the late John Lewis, street commissioner ot this city. Rev. Cecil Franks conducted the funeral at the Baptist church. Jfra. Lewis, who would have been M years old in March, died Saturday, morning of a complication of ailments associated with old ngt Slie Is survived by two brothers. •Harry Henderson and a. R Henderson jr.. both of the Concord vicinity. Pallbearer., were: T. A Mo- T»J ' Ij , C ' AmU1 ' w - E ' Oo ' cl "- r . JiWge J. E. Duncan. John T. Buckley, and Harvc McFarland of Carol hersville. Burial «-«s „( L il(l e Prairie cemetery, caruthcrsvlllc. Lifters Club at Steele promptly in by all othe by. this . action, i record of meetliu payments fully t,he face- of debtors. : all and default Two Assessed Fines for Disturbing Peace M. c. Robinson and Joe B Secoy were fined five dollars on charge.5 of disturbing the peace I>J' Municipal Judge C. A. Ciin- mnghtini yesterday. They emer- "dNplcns of guilty. Preliminai-j' examinallon of Raymond Rollins and Vincent hkelton on charges of grand lar- >ny wa s continued until todav counsel for Skelton being unable Urges Japanese To Scrap Pacts i ' •*• Drive on Gnngsters Hampered, Chief! Investigator Declares WASHINGTON, Dec, 11 (UP) — Law enforcement agencies In thch- drive to eradicate potential John Injimos of Manila Section Residents Believed To Be Minor . Four members of a Manila ftim- lly were injured, noim unpiircntly seriously, when (heir ( mc |( ,S(|-,H.): i> Frisco motor car at a Highway 01 crossing on Soulh Division street «L nomi today. • This Injured were: w. n Kcr- guson, broken rila; ),^ dmiijiiior te. no.w Nenrn, back Injury' nnd bruises; hl.s son. ,/amps Pi-rgiison, cm lip and teeth knocked out and Roy Springer, .soti-lli-hm- bruised lee. ' The quartet was en route from .heir home, four miles south of Manila lo -the Mississippi county prison fnrm near Luxoui lo ob- nin Mm release of Mrs. Nenrn's husband, .wrvlng a fn .' °'' ( " M ' of ""'' - anil Itaby Pare „„„>„„ Kffn .-.....-,, „.. • hamwred bv ivtlll^iii n,-rtacn™ ) l;1MI secured oa nn a^rerd setflp- _., »> poiiifcal ptessiire. WC11L O f line and co.u claims -.,— „., , rj |."riki>vui jj[Lvouru, J. Edgar Hoover, chief of Justice department Investigators, lold lie nailannl crime conference today" ''Until political pressure Is dooin- «l and until there arrives n con- iinial state of cooperallon lie- tween all arms of taw cnforcc- 1 • incnl," Hoover sold, "we must re- eradlcnlion of gangs Ilka of nilllnger nnd others us ngalmt Ncarn. James Ferguson, 1,0-ycar-old ihiver of the machine, said he did not seo the motor car until Just, before coition, , s iatlier said he did not know u-biu occurred, except that the machine , and motor collided Mercury Fulls to .15;' Most of South Seized in Winter's Grip ,..'•' A wlnlry wind from the -' northwest sent thc mercury in Blythc- ville to 15 degrees above zero last night, the lowest this KeasonVLittle relief was., in iirospccl.'for.'toii'lglil but foreci|-sts were tlial, llie temperature would-rise tomorrow. ATLANTA, OaT,-Dec.-llV (UP)— •Winter' (.Tacked th» whip over the South today; jcndlhg temperatures down to a •minimum of 1-2 degrees nnU driving snow flirrrics before a : biting .30-mile wind over -a lar?c area. ';.).:. LITTLE ROCK, Dec. }1. (Ul>)-^ temperatures, of .this winter n n.m-n,,,.,. t. n 1^... . JJ^ fre£7.- ! stale last —- , .-J 'the United _ •"•«"» weui'iier bureau here Incli- Uscar Evans, 34, Dies at' ^'L.vni' ,„, : "-' 'U -.- l AT o n • Benfonville, 10 degrees above, was hospital Atter bwallow- tlle -coMesl reporting. At Port * rv • r Smith 1L wns 18 tlee'rcc't *\\\A \i : n\ mg Disinfectant g ri ""' Oscar Evans, 34. died at the Hly "••••.in i^vuii,-), 01, uit-U III LUC llky- "••<"" theville liospllnl at 6:15 o'clock last of '8 night, a short time after he swallowed the contents of n boll!e of disinfectant at (lie family home lii (lie rear of 322 Soulh Division street. Evans was said to have taken Ihe - 3| 3Qn while In a despondent mooU. He recently lost, his Job at Ihe Dyess farm colony. He had b:en sen- arated from hts wife for some time but they had recently become reconciled. Besides Jib" widow, Mra Martha Evans, he Is survived bv ttiree clilldren, carl, 8, Juanlta, 7 and Catherine, 2. Funeral services \vlll bo held tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock at Bandy Ridgc-cemetery where Interment will be made. The Cobb Undertaking company Is in charge of funeral arrangements attend court vesterday Williams entered !*•> of guilty to a charge disturbing tb e of nml Wfls fi fl dollars. TVa men were fined SlO each on charges of public drunkenness Trinl of John Howard, proprietor of a Railroad street barber shop, on a charge of illegal possession of intoxicating liquor wns continued until todav to Sponsor-Scout TroopjDuPont Plans Making Crystal Urea at Belle ,SL E 'W'.Y B '. ( .° p '-Th e man. STEELE, Mo.-Ths steele Lifters club will sponsor n Boy Scout troop in stccle. Judge S. L, Robinson, "^^c.. w . V a. (UP)—Thp i selected as seoiitinasier, slates that ufticiurc of crs-ital urea an there nre more than SO boys In Portant Ingredient of fert'lllzer nember-o'her . materials, will be 'starteci! rg w Ka^«. here hv ll^o r. T ~. ^ . fllill*.Q ( , A, . 5e J* will serve as Ihe troon com- "ilttee. Weeds Saved Livestock ^COLORADO SPRINGS, Col. ai clals Jackson County Seeks Return of Clint Nelson LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 11 (UP>- Requlsitlon papers for the return of Clint Nelson. 25, from Hla- waMce. On., lo face chnrges of murder in .connection with the slaying of D. p. Mitchell, near Ne»i>ort, were asked at the governor's office today by Sheriff A. E. Albright, of Jncksoil county. Paul Nelson was ' convicted last month for his ixirt In Mitchell's staying nnd was sentenced to die in. thc electric chair, Mitchell. 78, was found dead at his hom ° at Amaeon. near New- M»J' 27. Robbery was bellev- h' . the company. The plant been enlarged to take care o --.„„, v,iii(ngt:u ^u (IK new' manufacture. Ihe suU,™,,^ factured only in Manila Men Arrested ufacture • ~ f " """ «..V».^M ! lie subs tanco has tor Game Law 'Violation tured only in Oer.! ' - lhM "«.f«ed for '-; ! ,rTtsE,!ns K ??" -•" ........ * Uwlr'lPMl war to allow or In? en bl^M ^^f' 1 dUCkS ; sM to liavc ilargemenls • e P' J 1 ^" found In possession or the dc- 'rendanu,>cr6 seized by officers, ' Little Rock. . In the southern part or the stale Camdcn. had unofficial ..„ and .El Dorado 30.8. WEATHER IHiases of a condition o;i other public cncnE -lle^vL The nn first speaker nt today's session o/'lm the .conference,, called to bring federal, stale tuni local Physical evidence Indicated that U " "'° t0r lrnl " C , ca .ngenera Ush a national ' institute"^ °crl- *' OUtue l for Ush a national ' institute crlni- Inology, rcqurated by President Roosevelt. , . Co " rt Postal Trucks, Bought Under Hoover, 'Rotting' -WABlira'pTOV,". Dec. ll (Upj^i ......,»,,ui,, K , ui s SKM,.,^ pliatrman Jflmes ,M. Mead ol fhe >0 HfltnL -a.-bill 'o/-'"pai-tl houie postoffice committee chf'rg- 1( s case against (lie murder ed today that EO many.-.„„.,„« triicks: were bought by the posl- offlce deparmtent during tlio Tcover ndmlijlslro'tioii thai more than 250 now nre roiLinj In storage. . Mead said this "waste" of fed- —Th~ eral money had been brought,'out qnlet and s ffirlng the current. Investigation, of \ n , two to poslnfflce department expenditures. "Some of them are used during the Christmas holiday rush but that Is al[," : said Mead. West Virginia Rules Whisky Receipts Securities CLARKS13UKO, W. -Va. (UP)-Whisky receipts being offered for sale iti West Virginia nrc conslrt- cred securities In this state and Arkansas—Fair, not quite so cold c °" E equcntly must be registered in north portion tonight. Wednes- ] WIUl tlln securities division, Har- dsy fair and warmer. °W K - Broilfortt, director, has an- Memphls nnd vicinity—Pali- (o- ' nomma. The practice of selling night and tomorrow, slowly rising ''«celpls, largely from Pennsylvania temperatures. Lowest tonight, 18 nnrt oll lf, hns been going on for in 01 . cnnm M». n . • Dec Jan May May Jul Oct to 22 some time. •n, ,„„,, , ' Brn '' f o«l also nded that all oil The inaMmnm temperature here Mease royalties. Interests nnd par- jesterday was 40, minimum 24, part- ticipatlons therein offered for sale Nnn£ ^i/f? * I? Slim ' Kl R '" llln Slalc must be registered Nonu, omclnl weather observer, also. Indictments will be sought If the temperature last, night dropped the order is not complied with he to is degrees. I said. . - , ' "Merry Christmas, bail.dp,-have you got a match?" :ia this afternoon. to their Ask Bill of Particulars ^™°™^AD«. ncu Neiv Orleans .NEW ORLEANS, Dec. li. (UP) iy, prices clos- palrita" hMier. open high low closo 1250 1251 1250 1250 :.. 1252 1258 1263 1251 1259 1SS9 1263 1258 I2GI) 1254 1201 1254 1250 1230 1237 1230 1235 Spots closed steady nt 1219 nl l?79, New York Cotton NEW YORK, „„. Colton closed steady. Dec Jnn i\far May Jill Oct (UP> _ . open high low close 1250 1255 1248 l'J49 1255 124D 1255 1263 1253 1255 1262 1255 1253 1260 1252 1228 1235 1228 12M 1252 1259 1258 J25Q 1232 a.«,. .1 , . "°" '" c] r annual distnouau.r 0 Spots closed steady nt 1280, up ,„„., g if (s Bmong thc pool . NEW YORK, Dec, 11. <UP)- 5locks broke one to n poinls In a selling ori half hour today. Charglnt; hiimillnlloii of Japan by tlio American exclusion acl nml ili'dniliig tronllen Imd boon forced on Japan wlien slio \va« wcalt, Ceh'. Sudan Ariilil, nhove. Nippon's supreme WJii 1 council' lor, urged Uiat bis nation cnst psido njl naval nnd otkiei 1 219-Rooni Slrucluie at L a n s i n g Swept by - Flames Bcfoie Dawq^,; MNSWO. Mich,[ ixc 11 (UP) —Plrc' destiojcd the 219-room Hrf-' tPl Kern t-)diy wllli a heavy loss of- Kstlmiuei Mils nflcrnooji miiged rom 20 to GO dead but only elzhi, IjncIlM had bopit iecovcie<l in the confusion and panic which followed. I j the disaster 1 Ajnoiig (ho kitpwn dead were five iieniliera of thn Michigan stuto l slatnre, whlcli Is In s)»cln! Wr f',- ^ 11<! llat ° ' enaWl '*» i«rt believed dead The fire, t.'roke out before da\vn m iHrsvood and bili-lt biilldlnis whl4i( 1.1 r,onslngs thlnl nio lomneiattno zero dnrliifr iho !i| g },i acidlnit to « lm?,imls of the flro * t-cap Into lev Rhtt Many reildenls of the hotel warned .the world r>( changed camlUlatu In the Far L'ast, - •• t-mpped 111 thrh 1001113 otli»i3 lean* ed from windows Into tlio Ic/ w»- crs of the drawl ilvei, behind tho hotel, ol' Into the slicct IP front' • ^VI'O'J, Lansing fire companies reached the scene they fo, m d tha llames bejond control and threat"- eniiife to spread lo olhei tailless blocks. AAshtanea was asked of de- Sees Benefits to Southern Farmers from Continued Gotten Progr'nrn - ..,, P)—Cliester a. Davjs, agriciiUui-al adjuslmeiit act administrator,' to- cMy approved continuance of tlvc Bankhe'ad act wllli enforcement of the folloii iirbcatsltigr taK arid n 2B |«r"cent reduction from bnse acreage. Southern,. farmers Frldny will vote their ccntlinenls on the measure. . ' \ . - ' The plali. Davis slated In nn ncldrcss before the American Farm Bureau Federation's convention, "Is a practical' program designed to meet a practical problem," and conubis "the Rrratest possibility of returning to cotton producers the highest'-net. Income hi 1935." "If tlio processing, tax In cllm Walls; of ti, 0 building tegan to collapse within n half hour affi Ihe r.lnrin *fls given , '. Eight persons jumped lo safety mto note while olVis v^ere reseuda wllh ladders "•• Hospftnls reported at least 30 iiijined, nmiy o( 11^ critically. Fire wo, cllsfovpred in the four abont ¥& "' lql wood sinKi "* noout .6:30 « m wtliln a few mlniiles the fno could be seen l™"-' 1 ^ ? lltsU1 9 tllro «Bh the win- As tho windows burst from «t"gust3 of smoke rotted ovlt Guesls Trapped by Flam*. / For, 20 minutes guests In the hb- h the --;-"•-. —."v "^ them pee ^m tlirough the windows «nd fl«d rack" Into the smoke after seelnE liow hlch l hey were above the street. ! . % When It became obvious that' iinny of the guests uerc going fo kill tliemselvea by leaping to the street |n front of the hotel or the' river In Ihe rear Hremen abandoned their efforts to extinguish the nre and concentrated" on trying to save those (rapped In the build- James' Orolol\ (ore the sheets from • Mi bed, tied them into a rni^D nilH trtn/l in nil J i "* •—*5 niifl '••'!;•! to -lids Uemi Inated." he-.replied lo lulvoeales ou'tside" wall' Tne sneet? of suspension, "usefulness of the'and he dropped breaklne A. A. A. Is largely destroyed." '--- -- .--..' .. ureaklr| E Goodfellows at Sleele Are Already at Work burned . . - -, r -- r g both legs as lie struck the street Several were burned or cut as they fought their way to safety clad only In night clothes • *«j B it of of thc community. Captain Fred Kelley nnd Dr. Al- Stocks broke one to more than four ?!?, Ioys , |° be «l»'"«l and thc poinls In a sellina orcv in thc lait L ,' f(ers club ' Woninn'.i club and the crs f"ll b» c hurehcs of Ihe community nre cooperating to Insure :i happy Christinas for everyone. Steele are making preparntlons for ery, nnd self-sacrlncc In "tile Si their annual distnouuu.r 01 „ - of death _ "It was the most hellish thing I ever hope to face," State Representative Green told the United" _ .„, ,, iit ., o « tl , ut m M ununu »iui the shrill screams charge. Committees are soliciting of a mad world In my ears -I r,?.J oys . f° _ b . e rc l Mlr "d and thc choked with smoke that filled my „, I " . wipunn *rcd Kelley nnd Dr. Al- sontatlve StoCK Prices vl " sl< >P h ™s. for years leaders of Press. 'lie Goodfcllows, will again be In "I awoko . . fell bs- hlnd nnd quotations were abbreviated for the first time | n months A. T. nnd T. 103 1-4 Anacondn Copper .... n Beth, steel '.'..'" so r,-B ci "-5'sler 38 1-n Cities Service j j.j Coca Cola ..159 Oen. Am. Tank '.'.."' ai Oen. F-leclrlo : 19 5_ 8 Oen. Motors jj ^.g Int. Harvester 371-4 Monlgomcry Ward 29 7-8 N. Y. Central 21 1-4 Packard ' 4 [.•> Phillips Pel '" H 3-4 «"tilo .',', s 5 . 8 Simmons Beds ... 10 3.3 st, L.-S. p. :;;. ! 3 . a Standard of N. J 41 1.4 Texas co Sft j.» U. S. Sleel 37 McKcsson-Kobblns ~B 1-'. Zonlle 4 i_>; U. S. Smelling jji [.4 Chicago Wheat open high low close Dec. 1006-8 100 3-4 100 1-4 1M 5-3 May 102 1-4 102 1-2 101 5-8 101 7-8 Chicago Corn open Dec. 92 1-2 May 90 . high low close 92 5-8 92 1-8 92 1-2 90 L-8 89 1-4 89 3-4 rry room on the second floor TogcthVr with representative H Earl MoNitt z nishcd for the door. "But when It opened we were flung bock bv mad men and wo. men ho lushed our room, their hair In flames, their night doth- Mrs. W. N. Williams __ • nuti in iin Recovers from Injuries '"?, blBZln E _ . "W" cri = swept from the room Mrs. W. N. Williams fa Improving .°...; l ' e ,!L?? ca ?? l «"" men and at her At morel home following 'an S om - c - n . bodUy thrw " fr( "n win- nutoiiiobllc accident last Tuesday \ t '" °« s P*™"on of the mo- She was badly bruised and cut S , d reaohed t»e second/ about thc body and h« r j e ft hand d " * he " a * oman . «"t over s- broken when she fell out ol iier cor after the door came open, , . f 5 "^ 5 ! ™ s bo ""ded into piy , ' f , ° j llt * fir ! Kca P« «i"ng while enrotite home from Memphis ^n M * w l ™t S?™ US tcrror She is still connned to her bed ' " , 8 "' d *, hl ?, h ° tcl euests crowd_ _ ,«' one. of the few exits to save * thclr " v 01,. JVansas ropuJation Moving Westward Representative McNitt said: * "There were no firemen on tho sceno during the early stages of „__ . • Ule fi^ and guests.,jumped from TOPEKA, Kan. (UP)-Thc popu- windows because Uiere «as no otion of Kansas is aging and the [Other exit" center of population is moving |. He ssld the hills were strewn westward, tbs state planning, board j with suffocated patrons who were BllnOUI1CPn *-IV*mtltr nflm, n «.._..-.. ft-olYmln^ ....^.«f^_L . ,..•-•'.. recently ter a sumv " The report also said "that future Population increases were doubtful because the birth rate was declining while the death rate held rush. underfoot in the mad J :o - •"«*- "vtivii in^c. IIVIM QbUiv** I *• TU ^> HUii" jil JliS dy. Immigration, a source of IHII-I the ley pavement ulatlon Increase until the last decade, no longer figures. By 1950, when It fs estimated the population of thc unUnj States will be 150,- . "I saw tma ,man." the legislator said. "Jump two floors ana crush every bone In his body a- he struck LAFAYETTE, Tenn (UP) _ Old records of DAOU'S Creek Baptist church, rounded In ISM, show that -• —v ""i--u omius wui ue isg,- VMUK.-U, jounaea in isoo, snow 000,000, there'u-tll be only about i a headslrony girl Of lone ago was 2,000,000 people In Kansas, ^tl\e. re-1 excluded for giving voice to such a port predicted.- '. - ; . ; : riclous Dhras* ai "nurn tt.» ' | vicious phrass as "Diirn U."

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