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Dover Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - March 7, 1964, Dover, Ohio GOOD LUCK! Tigers, Railroaders, QuakersThe Daily Reporter VOL. 60. NO. 202.    40    PAGES. Largest Circulation In Tuscarawas County Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio, Saturday, March 7, 1964 7 CENTS 3 Prisoners At Large SIGN GOES ^JP. The Phillips 66 service station, now being constructed on Route 21 west of New Philadelphia, the first in a series of businesses expected to mushroom around the Green Gables Interchange of Interstate 77, got its sign yesterday. The station is being built on the Southside of Route 21, next to the Tuscarawas River. In this view, the nearly-completed interchange section of the Route 250 and 8 bypass around New Philadelphia is shown at the right and rear. Much of the cutaway hill in the background furnished fill dirt for the interchange road base. Stone Creek Groups Plan School Attack' The Stone Creek - Jefferson School District is losing little time in setting about to answer the Ohio Department of Edu cation’s recommendation for uniting with another district. Last night the Board of Edu-caton and Home and School Assn. Dover Library Board Views Students' Use Student use of the library and space requirements were items discussed when Dover Public Li brary Board met Thursday with John Carlson, president, presiding. Mrs. Richard Gibbs presented magazine articles citing the advantages and disadvantages of the student explosion in pub lie libraries. The material was referred for study to the policy committee, comprised of Mario Corsi and Walter Pretorius. The board reviewed methods of utilizing existing space to the best advantage, in order to meet the requirements of expanding library use by students. It was noted that space provided when the building was erected, which was thought would not be netted for at least 20 years, is now being used for extension service. Mrs. Almeda Olmstead, head librarian, presented the February circulation report, which included 26.084 book-; and total circulation, including non-book materials, af 26,345. held their annual joint meeting with 120 present. And it was a concensus there’s mi alternative but to set consolidation wheels in motion. Ohio Supt. E. H. Holt announced he will recommend to the Ohio Board of Education, at its meeting Monday night, that Stone Creek High’s charter be revoked, effective June 30. 1965. A recent state inspection report pinpointed the school’s failure to meet 18 various state standards in respect to facilities See Editor Harry Yockey’s comments on die school situa tion and other anticipated community changes on Page 4. and curriculum. The school has only 83 pupils. Last night’s original agenda called for a discussion of aims, objectives and financial problems of the district. Instead, the school board outlined some of the consolidation opportunities which exist. “It proved to be timely meeting,’’ President E. C. Lorenz of the board stated. It was revealed that Supt. Leon See STONE CK EEK, Page ll S\U7/, DAY brightener The average man is 65 pounds of muscle and a little over 3 pounds of brains—which explains a lot of things. V ^■Weathervane YESTERDAY High 50 Low 37 Elsewhere In U.S. High Ivow Pr, Boise, cloudy ...... 38 26 .. Chicago, cloudy ... 56 35 T Cleveland, clear ... 47 41 Los Angeles, clear . 64 46 .. Miami, cloudy 76 73 .. New York, cloudy . 49 39 Pittsburgh, cloudy . 48 as St. Louis, rain 66 36 San Frau. clear — 51 45 Washington, cloudy TODAY 57 37 .. 7 a.rn........... 43 RAINFALL Last 24 hours None TOMORROW Sunrise .......... 6:49 Sunset ......... 6:24 High 40 Low 25 Forecast: Cloudy and cold.CIG Campaign Tops $60,000 The Community Improvement Corp.'s $200,000 fund campaign got a $1,731 boost yesterday, according to William Marino, drive chairman. Today’s total stands at $61,246, with $500 contributions each from First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Dover and Ohio Savings & Trust Co. and Marlinn’s Shoes of New Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Conley of New Phila delphia and Graham Meats of Dover added $100 each. Public donations of less than the $100 minimum memberships added another $31.Jailbreak To Dallas By TOM JOHNSON DALLAS (AP)—Seven pr is-oners staged a spectacular break from the Dallas County Jail Friday and terrorized a former strip-tease dancer who was about to testify in the Jack Ruby murder trial. “Oh, my God, he’s after me,” cried 19-yeaar-old Karen Lynn (Little Lynn' Bennett, as she saw an escapee brandishing what looked like a pistol. Little Lynn, who worked for Ruby in his Carousel Club, is pregnant and several days overdue for birth. Four men were recaptured shortly after the break about 3:30 p.m. The other three still were at large today. The escape wrought shouting confusion in the hallway outside the courtroom where Ruby was on trial, but the session was not interrupted. Few inside were aware of the melee. “Little Lynn” was being escorted to the women's room by Mrs. Melvin Belli, wife of the head defense lawyer, and Mrs. Rosemary Allen, a sheriff’s ★ By KELMAN MORIN DALLAS, Tex. (AP* - Jack Ruby’s murder trial, past its third week today, has gone into the records as unique in legal history, inside and outside the courtroom. It began as a strange case. On Nov, 22, President John F. Kennedy was shot in Dallas. Lee Harvey Oswald was charged with murdering him. lf Oswald had done it, what was his motive? Was there a conspiracy? And did it extend beyond the United States? The answers may never be known. For two days later. Jack Ruby, 52, girlie-show operator— whom the defense calls “a char- ON THE INSIDE r.::    ..    ..    .    -    :    .    ■. i Around The World ......... 28 Goren On Bridge ........... 23 Hospital News ..............14 Obituaries ...................27 Television   ...........17    to    22 Sports ................. 29    to    33 Women's Paves ............8-9Adds Drama deputy, when she saw an escapee with a pistol stuck in the back of a hostage. Mrs. Ruth Thornton. Mrs. Allen shouted for help and then she and Mrs. Belli took “Little Lynn” into the protection of a stairwell, behind a steel door. Lynn regained her composure after the excitement subsided, and was calm when she took the stand as a witness for the defense. Sherifl Bill Decker said the escape began when seven prisoners pushed their way into an elevator as it stopped on the sixth floor near a table where the weekly soap ration was being distributed to prisoners and demanded to be taken to the second floor. There they took the keys from the jailer operating the elevator and poured into the hallway that runs from 40 or 50 feet to the door of Judge Joe B. Brown’s court, where Ruby is being tried for the murder of Lee Harvey Oswald, accused See JAILBREAK. Page II acter around town” — burst through a crowd of police officers, jammed a pistol into Os- See RUBY, Page 14I Drivers Hurl In Phila Crash Both drivers were treated in Union Hospital last night following a 2-car accident at 7:01 at Front and 3rd St. SW, New Philadelphia. Police said a car driven by Darrell L. Stokey, 19, of ?24 Hance Ave. NW, struck the rear of one operated by Ronald R. Meese, 25, of Newark, who had stopped for several children that ran in front of his auto. Stokey, who was cued, supered chest injuries. Meese complained of knee, neck and back injuries. Meese’s wife, Barbara, 23, also complained of back and neck injuries, but was not treated. THIRD WEEK ENDS Ruby Trial Brings Unusual Events ;

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