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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1964, Dover, Ohio THE DAILY REPORTER 36 Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County DoverNew January 1964 7 CENTS Smoking Labeled Public Health Enemy plomats Seek Panama Termed Major Cancer Cause Among Men By JOHN BARBOUR Associated Press Science Writer WASHINGTON ing cigarets is a health haz ard that calls for corrective ac is a major cause of lung cancer and other death dealing especially in a blueribbon federal pan el reported In the panel the more you the great er your risk of an early The 10man scientific spending 14 months hi its study of available evidence also found Cigaret smoking far out weighs all other causes of lung cancer in the data for women point in the same di While male cigaret smok ers have a higher death rate from heart and blood vessel disease than non it is not clear as yet that smoking is the Cigaret smoking is a sig nificant cause of lung cancer in the larynx or voice box hi The risk of lung cancer in creases the longer you smoke and the more cigarets you smoke in a It lessens if you quit Cigaret smoking is the most important cause of chron ic coughing ir ritation of the bronchial and increases the risk of death from that Cigaret smoking is relat See Page 12 YESTERDAY High 21 Low 7 Elsewhere In High Low cloudy M M M cloudy 24 21 Los clear 63 46 cloudy 71 66 New cloudy 40 M clear clear San clear clear TODAY 7 V RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 36 LOW 26 Forecast Light snow or turning 21 M 33 20 55 48 36 M M M M DRIVER Larry of New driver of this heavily damaged is in today in Union Hospital fol lowing an accident at Friday at the intersection of County Roads 82 and 103 east of State Patrolmen said Baileys car collided with a pickup truck driven by Raymond of who allegedly made a left turn in front of Bailey suffered a cerebral laceration of the left eyelid and possible arm Brown suffered chest bruises and a Charles had leg was Bonds Proposed CountyToBin r A r ii Canton Appeal For Area College Move Dropped it m mi Another proposal for financing construction and equipping a branch or community building was unveiled by State Jess Dempster of Uhrichsville in a meeting with the Regional Planning Commis sion executive committee hi Na tional Bank of who stated he was making the suggestion at the re quest of the County AFLCIO proposed the RFC rec ommend to County Commission ers that a bond issue for 10 years be placed on next Novembers Locals in the Council had endorsed a voluntary pay roll deduction plan by and asked management to join in the financing Fred RFC said the executive committee would meet with commissioners Tuesday morning at to dis cuss the entire educational pro gram in the We will not make any recommendations at that time concerning the pro Zimmer In we are not certain if the plan ning commission has the to even make a recommendation in this by can place the issue on the who served as spokesman for a 3man Council including Paul Hayes of Dover and Bill Winters of New said the building would be large enough to house 400 to 500 The bond if woud not take effect until Dempster told the RFC During the intervening 14 a study of the branch or community college as to site could be financed with a grant See Page 12 Distribution Of Book Set Distribution of The Associated Press book The Torch Is begin at The Daily Reporter office Monday at 3 It will remain open until for those desiring immediate deliv ery of the which is a com plete story of the Kennedy as After Monday the book may be picked up any time during regu lar business 8 to 5 Other deliveries will be made as quickly as The Daily Reporter has received more than orders for the Tuscarawas County will not ap peal the decision of the Ohio Board of Tax Appeals granting tax exemption to the city of Can ton Waterworks Department on acres in Sugarcreek Town Assistant Prosecutor James Patrick said we shall bill the partment for money owed in lieu of tax Patrick ex The bill will include monies due for 1963 and The Board of Tax Appeals decision had or dered taxes for the exempted land removed from the 1963 du plicate and further ordered remit tances of taxes and penalties thereon for the 1962 Ac the 1962 tax had never been Patrick explained that the Tax Boards ruling applied only to See 12 DAY BRIGHTENER Then theres the guy who in sists hes a square shooter and has several squares on his shoot ing Woman Is Injured In Dover Mishap Rena Cusano of RD New a passenger in a car driven by her Roc C0j received a head laceration at yesterday in a col lision in police Cusano reportedly pulled his car from the curb in front of 400 Wooster and collided with one being driven north by Charles of 617 4th New Cusano refused treat Peace Are On Scene By THEODORE EDIGER Associated Press Writer PANAMA AP Strong dip lomatic efforts were launched on all sides today to resolve the crisis surrounding Panamas de cision to break relations with the States and scrap the 61yearold Panama Canal In the wake of violence that claimed 23 Panamani ans and 3 emphasis shifted to maintaining a state of relative Jails in the capital city were jammed with Panamanians arrested for looting and causing disturbanc A peace mission from the Or ganization of American States OAS arrived from Washing ton and arranged for immedi ate conferences with President Roberto Chiari and Foreign Minister Galileo President Johnsons special envoys were also at Assistant Secretary of State Thomas Mann and Secre tary of the Army Cyrus Vance met for an hour and a half Friday night with Presi dent Even as they conferred at presidential palace new shoot ing was reported at the canal zone Panama officials said troops opened The only casualties reported were six Panamanians injured by flying Quiet prevailed in the capital this morning with flags remain ing at halfstaff and most busi nesses closed as Panamanians continued mourning for the the Tight security precautions were under way for funeral services planned for early next A mass national funeral may be Jails were filled in Panama as National Guardsmen round ed up looters and other perpe trators of One unoffi cial estimate said 500 were ar establishments were the major target of dem See Pace 12 ON THE INSIDE Around The World Goren On Bridge Hospital News Obituaries Sports to 31 Television to 21 Womens Pages
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