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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - November 14, 1964, Dover, Ohio I Glenwood 20 Ridgewood 36 y Timken 22 ----——— I Nc'town ■■■ —.....wk—""-1..... 14 I Union Local I 6 I I Fairless Smwwto ^ rn ms mm rn 16 ji Tuscarawas 6 | Sandy Valley >8 I A S8H Norwayne *** , A \ . . w. . 8 I Uh'ville ll 01 The Daily Reporter VOL. 61. NO. 107. 44 PAGES. Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, November 14, 1964    7    CENTS See Story On Page 34"Ifs A Brutal Waste Of Life" That headline Is the concensus of law enforcement officials and other authorities regarding the mounting carnage on Tuscarawas County highways this year. There have been 24 traffic deaths, I more than all of 1963. And there are 48 days remaining in 1964. Coroner Philip Boughten, who has seen 6 smashup victims arrive dead at Union Hospital since Sept. I, is both alarmed and angered by the needless ton. “It aU is so unnecessary—not ★ only the fatalities but the heartache that accompanies the deaths and the injuries,” he commented. Since Jan. I, a total of 146 ★ auto accident victims have been admitted to Union Hospital. That figure does not include hundreds, drivers and passengers, who received emergency treatment and then were released. Nor does it include those admitted or treated to Twin City Hospital in Dennison. The 146 admitted to Union as of Oct. 31 spent a total of 1,336 patient days there. The average length of stay was 9.2 days. Their bills totaled $54,856, or aa See LIFE, Page 2 See Good Signs To Heed- Page 15 ;

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