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Cedar Rapids Citizen Newspaper Archives Feb 5 1964, Page 1

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Cedar Rapids Citizen, The (Newspaper) - February 5, 1964, Cedar Rapids, Iowa425 3rd Cedar rap i 08-b Public Library Iowa is this is Marlboro the other sides of the argument Are beginning to be head in the cigarette cancer controversy. F a congressman from Mary land has urged the government to begin a program of research to Lessen the harmful effects of cigarette smoking As out lined in the surgeon general s re port. The congressman does not deny the link Between smok ing and cancer but promotes the possibility that harmful elements can be removed from cigarette smoke and the danger of tobacco related diseases diminished. Story on pm. 7 i the Cedar rapids Call pm 5-4042 for subscriptions 8 19 3 re Avenue South West citizen volume no. I published weekly in Cedar rapids Iowa febuary 5, k near Hilj parks4 Board Valley Road site hot set county death toll now at 7 three lives were snuffed put in this Accident on Hwy. 150 North of Hiawatha Sun Day afternoon. County attorney Jack Fulton said monday that manslaughter charges will be filed against Stanley r. Jordan 21, of Toddville. Jordan was driving an Auto which struck another from the rear causing a head on Coll Ision. Killed were or. And mrs. Eilliam Miller of Marion and mrs. Keith Bennington of Toddville. Linn county s death toll now stands at 7 for 1964, More than half As Many for the entire year of 1963. Cedar rapids residents who have expressed concern about the location of the Ley Roadway because of rumours that their property might be involved have nothing to worry about according to safety commissioner Frank Bosh and City planner Don Salyer. At least they have nothing to worry about yet. Salyer told the citizen that no one knows for sure where the expressway will pass through Cedar rapids. A lot of people have worried unnecessarily that the Road will pass through their Homes be cause they have heard unfounded Salyer said. At present a study is under Way considering a Swath about a mile wide Between .6th Street and Bowlin g streets on the West Side. It is also considering a Swath about a half mile wide in the general area of Center Point he added. S a three member sub committee of the Linn Republican Central committee has finished a study of the Linn county conservation Board and has submitted a six Point report aimed at improving the operation of the Board. The conservation Board has been in the Public Eye since the resignation of its former administrator Richard k. Alman who. Left that Post charging the Board with meddling and in deficiency. The report issued last week Points to the accomplishments of the Board since it was created five years ago but dwells largely on problems ithe Board has encountered and for which it has come under fire. Reporting its findings the committee Laid the blame for Jie Board s problems on a Lack of communication Between the conservation Board and the Board of supervisors and Between those . O groups a and the e people. The committee s recommendations called for the hiring of an experienced administrator and stated than an application from the former administrator should he submit one be Given careful consideration. Cont d pm. 3

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