Medics Stub Out Cigarette
A majority of 60,000 doctors answering a questionnaire said they have quit cigarettes or switched to pipes and cigars because they consider smoking a health hazard.
Modern Medicine Publications reported Wednesday on results of the nationwide survey. The questionnaires were sent to 192,000 physicians in active practice, and more than 60,000 replied.
The effort to complete a jury for Jack Ruby's murder trial bogged down again today when the first six prospective jurors were all disqualified.
Eight men and women have been chosen as jurors, leaving four to be found.
Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., refused comment today on reports that he might resign from the presidential commission investigating the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Russell has had difficulty combining his numerous congressional duties with those of the investigating panel.