Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 23, 1966 · Page 22
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 22

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 23, 1966
Page 22
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MT. VERNON REGISTER-NEWS CHRISTMAS OPENING WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1966 GROWTH RATE PER CAPITA. B LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES mi DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 2.2% 2 .3% 2.4% 1.2% 1950-55 1955-60 1960-65 PopulaHon growth in less* developed countries contin* ues to outpace increases in the advanced nations. The average rote of increase in the number of mouths to feed in poorer countries has been about double thot in wealthy nations and, sinct 1955, has exceeded cco> nomic growth rates, the Committee on Economic Development finds. GROSS NATIONAL PRODUCT GROWTH RATE PER CAPITA Hi LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES DEVELOPED COUNTRIES 3.5% 3.6% Vma 195540 I9604S Tht free world's fess<devel« oped.countries ort falling farther behind the advanced countries in economic growth, o study by the Committee for Economic Devel* opment shows. Greater Gross Notional Product growth rates in the advanced-countries since 1950, except for the period 1955-60, have widened the gap between rich ond poor notions. INA Willie Butler of Ewing was taken to Jefferson Memorial hospital for test Monday. Mr. But ler is a brother of Mrs. Frank Mr', and Mrs. Howard Tittle visited Mr. and Mrs. John Dycus of Mt. Vernon Sunday. Mrs. Dycus is Mrs. Tittles cousin. Mrs. Ollie Tittle was a Mt. Vernon shopper Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fitzgerrell were business visitors in Mt. Vernon Wednesday. Those visiting Mrs. Ann Kiik Monday were Mrs. Mae Toney, Mrs. Goldia Lee and Mrs. Bemi Head. The Farmers are taking advantage of this nice weather to gather thefa- crops. Carl Blood of Owasso, Mich, reports they have had ten inch es of snow on the level and schools closed for two days. Mr. and Mrs. Plummer Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy o! Mt. Vernon Sunday after noon. Gene Sweetin entered Barnes hospital Sunday and had surgery Tuesday for a back injury. Mrs. Ethel Oark of Ewing spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Frank, and Mrs. Grace Blood visited Sunday. Mrs. Anna Kirk spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Tuttle and children. Mrs. Alberta Casoy was hostess to a parly Tuesday morning with several ladies in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark and children of Ewing visited Mr. a Mrs. Frank Nihells Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. David Houseworth are the parents of a son born Friday morning at Jefferson Memorial hospital. He has been named David Wayne. The maternal grand-parents are, Mr, and Mi-s. AMaurice Estes of Opdyke and the paternal grand-parents are, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Houseworth. Mrs. Pearl Neal and Mi's. John tVillmore are on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Neal visited Mr .and Mi-s. Albert Hutchcraft of Macedonia Sunday. Joe Fowler, Ina Paynemrs. James Murphy, Dorothy Webb, Cloe Bevis, Nellie Adams, Chety- le and Gary Adams and Debbie Murphy all visited Mrf. Ella Petlypoole Friday aid celebrated her birthday with cake and ice cream. 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