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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 6, 1964, Dover, Ohio PLOT NIPPED COLUMBUS, 0. (AP) — Officials at Ohio Penitentiary moved in today on seven prisoners who tried to escape by digging a tunnel under the prison’s east wall. Warden Ernie Maxwell, who along with his deputies had the tunnel under surveillance for several days, placed all the men under maximum security pend ing their appearance in summary court. Maxwell and Corrections Commissioner Maury C. Kob-lentz said there was never any danger of the prisoners escaping. They said the tunnel was dug about 30 feet in the subbasement of the prison power plant, but that they had about 200 feet more to go before reaching the wall. Koblentz listed these men as being involved but said more may be implicated before the investigation is complete: Joseph Nicholas, 45, Cuyahoga County, committed in 1955 for forgery: Shirley E. Campbell, 27, Butler County, 1958. first degree murder; Graham Barn hart, Franklin County, 1963, intent to rob; Kenneth Morano, 32, Cuyahoga, 1964, blackmail; Donald Miller, 24, Athens County, 1961, second-degree murder; Thomas Cauley, 29 Montgomery County, 1963, armed robbery, and William Bailey, 41, Scioto County, burglary, (commitment date not available im mediately). Koblentz said guards found the hole which was about seven feet wide after noticing sand and gravel was mixed with cinders being hauled from the power plant in trucks. The tunnel was dug in an area where new boilers are being installed. The Daily Reporter CR Vote Is Delayed mm 3* K ii* I II Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, June 6, 1964 I VOL. 60. NO. 279.    40    PAGES. 7 CENTS ' J 4 Teenage Girls Hurt In Smashup Dover police investigated 2 accidents at S. Wooster and Iron Ave. within a 4-hour period. One sent 4 teenage girls to Union Hospital and the other resulted in damage to city property. Karen Gibson, 19. of 836 Orchard Ave. NW, New Philadelphia. was cited for disregarding a stop sign after her car, headed north on S. Wooster Ave. at 10:56 last night, collided with one driven by Doris Davidson, 17, of 120 McKinley Ave., Dover, who was going south, turning onto E. Iron Ave. Dover Area Man, 48, Is Reported Missing New Philadelphia police received a missing persons report yesterday at 11:15 am. on a Cyril Beech, 48, of RD 2, Dover, who was last seen wearing black trousers, blue shirt and a wine-colored sport jacket. Police also were notified at 5:11 p.m. yesterday that 9 dozen buns were stolen from Maurer’s Market at 223 Front St. SW. Police found one dozen of the buns at the rear of the store. Helen Pompey, 16, of 303 Beaver Ave., New Philadelphia, a passenger in the Gibson car, was admitted to the hospital with a broken right ankle, sprained left ankle and abrasions. Both driver and another passenger in the Gibson auto, Mary Jill Jackson, 17, of 226 Minnich Ave., New Philadelphia, were treated for contusions and abrasions. At the same corner, a car driven by Edwin J. Campbell, 34, of Medina failed to make the curve at 2:45 a m. today and struck a mailbox, street marker, city sign and a guy-wire for a city light pole on the west side of S. Wooster. There was See GIRLS, Page 14 Seeks Vehicle Bids County Commissioners will advertise for bids on 2 halfton standard pickup trucks needed for the county maintenance men and two 4-door sedans required by the County Welfare Department. Bids will be opened on June 22. Interested bidders can view the trucks and cars to be traded in by making arrangements at the commissioners’ office. DAY BRIGHTENER Women: people who can talk their way out of everything except a telephone booth. WASHINGTON (AP)—A show-dowrn on shutting off the Senate’s marathon civil rights debate was postponed today after agreement was reached to vote on 3 important amendments the first of next week. Senate leaders delayed the filing of a petition to invoke the Senate’s debate-limiting cloture rule when no objection was raised to voting on the three amendments. The cloture petition would have led automatically to a vote Tuesday on whether to continue or shut off debate. Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper, R-Iowa, acting for a group of Republicans, had proposed de laying that action pending a vote on the amendments. His proposal required unanimous consent, which was given. The agreement cleared the way for a weekend break in the long debate, and the Senate recessed until noon Monday after a session of less than two hours. Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana, the Democratic leader, said the petition to limit debate now will be presented on Monday. That will force a showdown vote one hour after the Senate meets on Wednesday. Under the agreement entered into, the Senate will vote first on an amendment to require jury trials in all criminal contempt cases arising under the civil rights measure except for the section aimed at discriminatory denial of voting rights. Sen. Thruston B. Morton, R« Ky., who proposed the amendment, told newsmen he was confident it would be adopted, and Mansfield said he would not be surprised if this was the case. A similar amendment offered by Morton previously was defeated by a single vote, 46-45. The agreement reached by the Senate provides for four hours of debate, beginning at 2 p.m. Monday on Morton’s latest jury See CR VOTE, Page 14 Gas Pact Is Rejected CLEVELAND (AP) — The head of a 2,400-member union says employes will walk off their jobs at midnight Monday unless further talks with East Ohio Gas Co. result in a settlement on a new contract. Weathervane YESTERDAY High 80    Low 58 Elsewhere In U.S. High Low Pr. Atlanta, cloudy .... 84 67    .. Boston, cloudy ..... 70    49    .. Chicago, cloudy .... 75 56 Cleveland, rain .... 72 59 .01 Detroit, cloudy  70 57 Indianapolis, cloudy 71 59 .20 Los Angeles, cloudy 73 59 Miami, cloudy ..... 82    73    1.81 New York, cloudy .. 74 54 Pittsburgh, rain .... 76 59 .42 TODAY 7 a m................ 58 RAINFALL Last 24 Hours: .26 inch TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 4:54 Sunset ........... 7:55 High 76    Low 54 Forecast:    Cloudy,    scattered showers. Members of the Natural Gas Workers Union, which is affiliated with the Building Service Employes International, voted 824 to 753 last night against accepting the utility’s latest contract proposal. The union covers all non-management employes of East Ohio. John Nagle, union president, mentioned the possible walkout after the vote was known. He said the company had proposed a 9.65-cent hourly wage increase. Balloting was in Cleveland, Akron, Canton, Ashtabula, Youngstown, New Philadelphia and Dover. East Ohio serves 860.000 customers in 16 counties. It has been struck only once in the last 66 years. Negotiations are to resume Monday. Ground Broken For Market Groundbreaking ceremonies were held this morning at the site of the new Buehler’s Market on 2nd St. NW, New Philadelphia. Taking part were E. L. Bueh-ler and his sons, Wayne, Don and Eugene; Leo Gundy, general contractor; Mayor Joseph Pritz and Robert Hamma, manager of the present store. Stripping of top soil was expected to begin this afternoon if the weather breaks. The new supermarket, plans for which were announced March 27, will replace the present 4,300 square foot store at *s"< * r - •    r~-—    '    •    pf.    -rn Fire Runs PICKED CP. Larry Loc Hanes, 19, of Kalamazoo, was picked up in connection with the slaying of Plymouth, Midi , teacher Gary Smock. Police reported that Ranes admitted to a string of 5 slayings rn I states. Reports Auto Theft    I),iver - At 1:10 Pm- Friday to Cherry Auto Electric where A Sherrodsville man report-    Bil, Hines, owner, had reported ed to New Philadelphia police ,    ,,    , today that his car    had been    he smelled smoke. Firemen stolen while it was    parked in    found no fire. front of Endres Floral at W.    - Hsh    Red Satellite Up ON THE INSIDE    MOSCOW (AP) - The Soviet Union launched the 31st in its . w v......    J    series of earth satellites today, Around The World .......... IO    Tass announced. The news ag- Goren On Bridge ............ 22    ency said Cosmos 31 carries, as Hospital News .........   33    did the previous 30, instruments Obituaries .....   27    designed to continue Soviet ex- Sports .............. 28-29-30    31-32    ploration of outer space. The Television .............17    to    20    unmanned series began in Women's Pages .......... 6    & 9    March 1962. 144 W. High Ave. The building will have 13,000 square feet of shopping area plus a J 00-car parking area. Dover Police Check 5 Calls Dover police were kept busy last night and this morning checking on a series of complaints. It was reported at 5:56 p.m. that a dog owned by Joseph Ci-hon of 219 South Ave. had gotten loose and bit Carol Hyer of 221 South on the hand, when she tried to catch it. Miss Hyer was treated by a local physician. A Dover Ave. woman said that a group of boys was disturbing her dog, causing it ta bark continually. A group of people was disbursed from in front of Memorial Hall after it was reported they were causing a disturbance. Police are investigating the theft of safety cones where the sidewalk is being replaced at the National Bank building. At 1:58 a rn. today, it was reported that a car was being driven erratically in downtown Dover, but police could not locate it, and at 2:35 a m. Frank Micelli of 935 Race St. said a window had been broken in his car on the Tuscarawas Ave. parking lot. ;

  • Bourke B. Hickenlooper
  • Carol Hyer
  • Cyril Beech
  • Donald Miller
  • Doris Davidson
  • Edwin J. Campbell
  • Ernie Maxwell
  • Helen Pompey
  • John Nagle
  • Joseph Nicholas
  • Joseph Pritz
  • Karen Gibson
  • Kenneth Morano
  • Larry Loc Hanes
  • Leo Gundy
  • Mary Jill Jackson
  • Mike Mansfield
  • Robert Hamma
  • S. Wooster
  • Shirley E. Campbell
  • Thomas Cauley
  • Thruston B. Morton
  • William Bailey

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Publication: Dover Daily Reporter

Location: Dover, Ohio

Issue Date: June 6, 1964

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