The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on November 17, 1967 · Page 9
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 9

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Friday, November 17, 1967
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'Already Too Late' Dire Famine Forecast by '75 "I waaj to reserve your most expensive room, and don't try to talk me out of it." HOW DDDDDDI JSOODDni By George Getze Los Angeles Times Writer LOS ANGELES — It is already tco late for Hie world to avoid a long period of famine, a Stanford University biologist said Thursday. Paul Ehrlich said the "time of famines" is upon us and will be at its worst and most disastrous by 1975. He said the population of the Unite! States is already too big, that birth control may have to be accomplished by making it involuntary and by putting sterilizing agents into staple foods and drinking water, and that the Roman Catholic Church should be pressured into going along with routine measures of population control. Ehrlich said experts keep saying the world food supply will have to be tripled to feed the six or seven billion people they expect to be living in the year 2000. "That may be possible theoretically but it is clear that it is totally impossible in practice," he said. Ehrlich spoke at a science symposium at the University of Texas. The text of his speech was made available here. Since, in Ehrlich's opir.ion, it is of no longer any use trying to avoid the coming world famines, the best tiling *.o do now is to look past the "time of famines" and hope to have a seconu chance to control world population •ometime in the future. "At the moment it is shockingly apparent that the battle to feed humanity will end in a rout," Ehrlich said. He- said we have to hope that the world famines of the next 20 years will not lead to thermonuclear war and the extinction of the human species. ! 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"The, report is a plan to force the American people to know less about what their police are doing and what their courts'are doing," White said. In other speeches Thursday: —Otis Chandler, publisher of the Los Angeles Times, said bad judgment was used by the news inedia in coverage of last summer's racial riots. ;lBstaat Mistakes He -.declared there were Instances of mistakes in "instant judgments, instant evaluations of what the story subsequently would become . . ." —Harrison E. Salisbury, assistant managing editor of the New York Times, blamed the credibility gap between the American people and their government on government publicity men who try to "make it look good." —Minnesota Gov. Harold LeVander advised the journalists to devote mom attention to the progress being made by state government, even though news of government often is not sensational. Racist Shuns Induction., Sounds Off NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) — Fred Brooks, 20. a Negro leader of the Black Power movement who says the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee "is behind the times," walked out of an Army induction center Thursday after refusing to be drafted. But Senate investigators still want him in Washington next week for their probe of last summer's riots. "SNCC is behind the times," said Brooks, a former president of the Nashville chapter, after refusing to take the step forward at the center. "Black people are having to do things on their own now, like in Detroit and Newark." Officials said Brooks will Have plenty of time to testify before the Senate Investigations Committee before they close in on him for refusing to take the Army oath of allegiance. OPEN DAILY 10-10- SPECIAL WEEKEND HRS. 10-10 m ivitien of Hi* S. S. Kr*tg« Company with Slorts throughout ttw Untod State*, Ceiwfa «n J PiMrto tic* AND Blasting High Prices! Buy at These Prices and "Charge It!" 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