November 6

1994: Deer-vehicle collisions are on the increase in Ohio, with 24,264 reported in 1993, an increase of 1,500 over a year earlier. Worst spots in Mahoning County: U.S. Route 224 near Mill Creek Park, I-76 at Meander Reservoir, S.R. 46 south of Cortland, I-76 at Lake Milton.

Youngstown State University Penguins roll to a 27-3 victory over the University of Buffalo, an 8th-straight win that is likely to have them ranked No. 1 in Division I-AA.

Calvary Baptist Church in Boardman will mark its 75th anniversary as an American Baptist church. The Rev. Joseph H. Lloyd was the first pastor; the Rev. Gary Bruland is its fourth pastor.

1979: Cortland Village Council approves 10-year tax abatement for a planned $10 million Packard Electric plant that is expected to employ 500 to 600 people when competed in 1980.

Rich Karlis, the barefoot kicker from Salem High School, is averaging 65-yard kickoffs for the Cincinnati Bearcats.     

The number of independent auto makers in the world will dwindle from 30 to about 12 through mergers by the year 2,000, predicts Gerald C. Meyers, chairman of American Motors Corp. 

1969: Police are investigating the beating of a 9-week-old infant who was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital. The child is in satisfactory condition after having her fingers and toes pinched with pliers by a male friend of her mother.

Mahoning County will seek about $23 million in road and highway improvements to existing facilities in the next five years for the county, Youngstown, Campbell and Struthers.

Trumbull County Common Pleas Judge David McLain dismisses a suit by Liberty trustees seeking to invalidate the county commissioner’s action separating the City of Girard from Liberty Township.

1944: A Department directive announces that Camp Reynolds near Greenville, Pa., will be discontinued as a personnel replacement depot on Dec.  11. Its operations will be moved to Indiantown Gap Military Reservation in Pennsylvania.

"Truth or Consequences" will be given in Stambaugh Auditorium Nov. 22 to help the War Loan Drive in Youngstown. Two regular performances will be given and it will be broadcast over NBC.

Bryon Wade, clerk of the Mahoning County board of elections, reports receipt of more than 7,000 ballots from local soldiers.