Birth rate not only problem

By CHARLIE DUNAGIN,

Back in the days when daily newspapers published free obituaries, reporters  assigned to write them  sometimes jokingly complained about retired farmers. Their list of survivors tended to be long, thus requiring more time to type them into the obits, as well as increasing the possibility for error, such as misspelling a name.

 
 
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