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Co. helps build STURDY HEALTH Fort Myer Soldier Accused of Beating, Robbing D. C. Host Youth Said to Have Broken Benefactor's Leg, Looted Home Alfred Demazzon, former head waiter at the Carlton Hotel, was In Emergency Hospital today after a severe beating police said he re ceived from a 22-year-old Fort Myer soldier he had befriended. The young cavalryman, held at No. 1 precinct awaiting arraignment before United States Commissioner Needham C. Turnage, stole ap proximately $1,000 worth of Jewelry and $40 in cash from the home of Mr. Demazzon, detectives reported. The 50-year-old victim, who re signed his hotel position about a month ago, met the youth on a downtown street Thursday, accord ing to police. The cavalryman said he was on furlough for three days. The older man commented that he was a World War veteran, and in vited the youth to spend the time with him. He drove the soldier out for a brief visit with relatives in Takoma Park, Md. According to the police story, Mr. Demazzon stepped into his bedroom at 1821 Nineteenth street N.W. Fri day and saw the soldier lying on a bed, his spurs digging into a bed spread. There was no argument, Mr. Demazzon said, but he asked the youth to take his feet off. Instead, the cavalryman allegedly removed his heavy belt and beat his host with it. At Emergency Hos pital it was reported Mr. Demazzon 1 had a broken right leg and several teeth were knocked out. Precinct police first listed the case as a simple assault, but 24 hours later an investigation by Headquar ters Detective Sergts. J. J. Tolson, R. E. Talbert and Elmer F. Lewis disclosed the thefts. Among the stolen jewelry re covered from pawn shops was a topaz valued at $400, a $150 diamond ring, and a ring bearing the victim's , family seal. Police said the prisoner 1 told them he spent the money in taverns. A hearing before Commissioner Turnage is set for tomorrow. Infant Mortality Rises Sharply in Europe B> the Associated Press. BERN, Switzerland. March fl —j Europe’s death rate Increased be tween 1938 and 1940. with infant mortality rising especially sharply, the statistical yearbook of the League of Nations disclosed yesterday. The death rate figures, which do not include war dead, are calculated to continue increasing because of the lowered standard of living, which is shown to have particularly af fected children. For example, infant mortality in 1940 increased in Belgium from 73 to 89 per thousand, in France from 63 to 91. in Italy from 96 to 104 and in Rumania from 176 to 189. The general death rate In Ger- . many increased from 11.6 per thou- j sand In 1938 to 12.7 in 1940, in Bel* j gium from 13.1 to 16.1, in England j from 11.8 to 13.9 and in Rumania from 18.6 to 19.2. The data, collected despite war difficulties, showed that the world population in 1939 increased to 2.170.000. 000. The result of the 1941 census of British India showed a population of 389.000,000, which far exceded estimates. Japan’s population like wise rose more than expected to 73, ooo.ooo. The internal debt of the nations of the world was shown to be grow ing rapidlv. Japan in March, 1938, had a debt of *12.000,000.000. and in August, 1941, it had risen to $33, 100.000. 000. Similarly. Germany's March, 1938, debt of *17.800,000,000 had risen to $109,600,000,000 in September of 1941. Action Against Agents Of Axis Urged in Brazil Bt thf Associated Press. RIO DE JANEIRO. March 9 — The morning newspaper Diario Ca rioca called yesterday for “most drastic and energetic" action against "agents of the Axis in Brazil” fol lowing the Brazilian government's reprisal restrictions on the Japanese Ambassador and his staff. The government announced Sat- i urday night that its embassy in Japan had been occupied by the military police, that its Ambassador was held incommunicado and that its staff were “treated like prisoners of war." In retaliation, a constant guard is being maintained on the residence of the Japanese Ambassador here, Itaro Ishii, as well as on the resi dences of embassy and consular aides. They are not permitted visi tors and are allowed to leave their buildings only in the daytime and only with police permission and un der police guard. Although the press supported the action and called for firm treatment of Axis agents here, informed quar ters said no similar action was be ing planned against Germans and Italian officials. The German and Italian embassies and consulates are closed. Brazil having broken dip lomatic relations with the Axis, but their diplomats generally have free run of the city and the summer cap ital of Petropolis. Jury Trying Mrs. Payne Fails to Reach Verdict By the Associated Kt-ss. BLOOMINGTON. Ind., March 9.— In the jail cell she has occupied eight months Mrs. Caroline G. Payne today faced a second trial on a charge of first-degree murder in the killing of her sweetheart, Charles O. Mattingly, attorney-examiner for the Indiana Public Service Commis sion. The 45-year-old Bloomington newspaper executive, accused of shooting the 41-year-old lawyer last July 5, showed no emotion yester day as a Monroe Circuit Court jury reported it was unable to reach a verdict after 48 hours’ delibera tion. The jury of 11 men and 1 woman was reported to have taken about 100 ballots during deliberations on whether Mrs. Payne was innocent or guilty. The State had not de manded a death sentence. Check Safeway's Prices Breakfast Gems C U. 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