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TH? MICHITGAN DAILY

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Predicts Gain
Oficgn
II4WSCCIin 1964)
Michigan will gain another mil-
lion citizens by 1960, Prof. Amos+
HI. Hawle](y of the sociology de-
partment has predicted.
According to a recent study by
Prof. Hawley of the population of
Michigan from 1840 to 1960, the
census will have increased from
5,256,106 in 1940 to 6,431,861 in
1960.
"11AN\D IN HAND with the an-
ticipated increase in size go
changies in the composition of the
population," Prof. Hawley wrote.
"Mo(lst.cernspiceous is the
changing prowirtion of the
sexes. Males, who comprised 51.3
per cent of the population in
1940, will decline to 50.6 per
cent of the total in 1960. This
represents the continuation of
a long time trend."
Since 1840 Michigan's rate of
growth has been greater than that
of neighboring states and the na-
tion as a whole.
THE LARGEST factor responsi-
ble for this acceleration has been
a natural increase by birth, but
migration, both from other states
and other countries has also been
important, accordinfg to Pr'af.
Hawley.
A large portion of this in-f
creasing population has concen-V
trated in the industrial area inr
the southern part of the state.
xceptL for the depression dec-a
ade from 1930 to 1940, the urbanv
area has had a much more rapidt
ra ue of growth than the rural area.t
Urban settlemnents, which account- r
edl for only four per cent of the 1
population in 1840, attained a
maximum of 68 per cent in 1930. ,

SEES HIS SON FOR F{IRS'V TlIME-.toe Rodriquez (left) of Colo-
rado Springs, Colo., who was blinded in a mining accident last
Oct., smiles happily as hie ses his son, Joey, for the first time
on the "Welcome Travelers" radio show in Chicago. Rodriquez,
en route home from New York, where specialists restored his
sight, was pleasantly surprised when his wife, Lucy (left) and his
son were on hand to greet him in Chicago. Tommy Bartlett
(center), master of ceremonies of the show, arranged the meeting.
The baby was born Feb. 14.
Lo -hw Tmea!rsHalt
Flo(od in MidwestStae
By The As oc~(ed PreS"' ' i now sections of Nebraska rose.
Billowing, muddy flood waters Ice jamns in the northeast portion
from ice-jammed midwest rivers oftesaehlIak eprr
were halted yesterday as winteri, tehaywtr fteEk
Plummeting temperatures andl horn and Platte Rivers.
snow arrived in Nebraska, Iowa,, )Laini which fell early rester-
and Montana, where hrundredls Itlas overI the flood-devastated
were made homeless by rising wva- sc "io)ns stopped. Sniow_ con-
ters. With the xweathierigh wa- tinned in scattered areas, but
ters recede d. Most or tiht! dis- 'frci~,, temperatures checked
,laed ersns ereretrnig the maid flow of~ the flood wa-
horne.Ite.
In Montnma the ong1ue Ricer
BUT THlE DANGER of floods lthreartenedl Miles City for a time,
_ _.......________________ but lower temperatures nullified
the cdangeir.

Lefisi Paily
iStages Exit
lit Argenii k
_11Mi(U1S La l
IAsseiiiI~y 1Farce
BUENOS AIRY'S -. r. Radical
party opponents of PrSident Juan
Peron walked out of the consti-
tuent assembly yesterday, calling!
it a farce.
Left to themselves, Peron's fol-
lowers then approved 101 to 0
a new Argentine constitution
which permits the president to3
succeed himself in 1952.
BEFORE EXECUTING their
dramatic, prearranged exit, the
radicals charged the Peronistas
had betrayed that the only pur-
pose of the constitutional conven-
tion was to arrange for It Peron.
succession.
Peronistas hailed their chief
as a modern-day San Martin
(Argentine liberator and na-
tional hero), and a radical
countered sarcastically: "Your
praise of him does not go far
enough. I would call him the
Jupiter of America." i
Jupiter, in Roman mythology,
was the lord of gods and the god
of rain, lightning and thunder.
The text of the new constitu-
tion. replacing the 1853 charter,j
is yet to be approved article by
article.
'I
Gratuity payments to veterans
for benefits administered by Vet-1
terans Administration are tax-free
and need not be considered in
computing income tax returns, ac-
cording to the VA.
Tax-exempt. VA payments in-
clude:
SUBSISTENCE allowances for
ex-servicemen training in educa -!
tional institutions, on farms or on-
the-job under the GI. Bill and
P.L. 16 (for the d~ae
Payments by VA to be applied toj
G.I. loans;I
I IPadjistnict l low anices,
paid under provisions of the
G.I. Bill, for- periods of unem-
ploymentC and self-employment;
D~sa bility comipensation and
picnsions paid to vets for both
servce-connected and non-serv-
ice-connected disabilities;
Housing grants for paraplegi
veterans.
World War I emergency off i-
cers' retirement pay.

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A number of campus fraternities
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