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Daily Reporter, The (Newspaper) - July 27, 1964, Dover, Ohio YOSEMffE NATIONAL Mifc Was woffled ssffift ef the but 1 was never said a yearoid city bey who survived eight days without fesd in a fugged wilderness area of Yosemite National 1 thought someone would find 1 knew they were ing for me when I saw a eeplef fly Oneechubby ef Los Angeles lived on water and his own bedy fatas he dered in the mountainous rain where nighttime tures ranged in the high He last IS pounds during the Cfdeal his weight dropped from 193 to doctors said his condition was Its said one He had nothing but The boy is and youd hardly he had taken a Yeung John WMtferid away from his familys frailer Har den Lake eattpsite July 18 wearing only ft thin jeans and leather Hangers mi Ml and Jim Reilly found him Saturday ernoan aboui three miles from the About 350 men had joined in an air and ground His and John had lost hope and were getting ready to break camp and return home when they learned that John had been Im were his first words to his The boy had lost so much weight that he had to hold his pants John told of his adventure from a bed in Lewis Memorial Hospital in As soon as I knew 1 was 1 sat dawn and started making plans fof gettiflg he 1 was waffiid some of the but 1 W8i never The worst part of it was tte cold at night and the fflesqui Reporter Columnist Marlow Is A Pulitzer Prize Winner VOL 18 REPORTER HOME EDITION largest Circulation In Tosearawas Count DoverNtw July Serving Over FttmlitM PHONE 42167 7 CENTS Best Brothers Of Brush Union Chief Convicted On 4 Counts Others Guilty Fraud Case Ghoul Steals Body Of Girl From Casket MYRON TROYER Best Mustache IKE HOSTETLER BestOverall searched today for a night roaming ghoul who stole the body of a 14yearold girl from its then abandoned it slashed and naked in an Disappearance of Theresa Koertgens body from its coffin in a Skokie funeral home was reported shortly after daylight Police said it was re moved through a side window after a screen was Some 20 hours an Evan sfon motorist nearing gar age in the early hours saw the body in the alley behind his Later a longsleeved yellow dress believed to be the one in which the girl had been laid out for burial was found in an ally on the north side of Edward head of the Skokie police de scribed the technically only a as unbelieva ble in this day and The theft and mutilation of the corpse pointed to a demented he Police questioned and cleared two one a 16yearold ac quaintance of the girl and the other a man seen loitering around the funeral Theresa was the daughter of Leo an auto sales firm She Jived with her who was divorced from her The girl died Wednesday in Skokie Valley Community Hos pital after collapsing Tuesday in a Skokie swimming An au topsy showed she died of a cere bral JOHN LIMBAUGH Most Unusual SHORTY MILLER Best Beard 2 Hot Issues Due Tonight At Phila Council Two hot issues probably will face New Philadelphias City Council at tonights meet question of angle park ing on downtown streets and the rescuing of 6 lots owned by Farbio to provide space fpr a shopping Results of a survey of down town merchants and business mm are expected to be offered tqthe City with strong pro and con reportedly It was learned this morning ibjt the survey made in and persons to ypjved to survey dmsm d flot want make an HOT page I Hundreds Attend Shanesville Gala By Tom Schupbach Daily Reporter Correspondent SBANESVJLLE Hundreds packed the streets here Satur day for the second day of the Semicentennial with the reg book listing visitors from M New Indians and The first presentation of the best Ike Hosteller Other Picture On Page 7 afternoon went to and Diet of teu who traveled miles to attend tbe In tke adult costume contest were awarded The Brawa family oi RP Sag dressed family of Weathervane SATURDAY High 92 Low 68 YESTERDAY High 91 Low 63 THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE High Low 91 65 cloudy 68 Los clear 86 67 82 New cloudy 76 69 clear 92 73 San clear 60 55 clear 82 69 FBI Probing County Crash Of Mail Truck FBI state patrolmen and sheriff deputies are inves tigating an early morning crash of a Mail contract carrier the fourth such incident to hit the contractor in the last few At fast time a delivery truck driven by Charles Me of Canton over turned on its top on County Road three miles east of The truck is owned by Jerry Baker of who holds the contract for carrying mail from Bolivar to Beach Navarre and McLaughlin said that he hit a See Page 2 estdressed and Warner of jestdressed The main address was deliv ered by Galen Cleveland a graduate of the local high school and son of a former Shanesville In reselling m a t e r n a 1 Michael who settled here in Miller said He possessed a fine temper and could never ar gue with anyone unless he agreed with him because if he didnt he got so angry be couldnt talk His father born of Amisb See Pige 9 TODAY 7 66 RAINFALL Last 24 hours none TOMORROW Sunrise Sunset High 92 Low 70 Forecast scattered DAY BRIGHTENER One perennial bachelor plains that when he meets a girl who can cook like his she looks like his fa 17 Set For Rulings On Motions By SEYMOUR HERSH CHICAGO jury out for three days found Teamsters Union President James Hof fa and six others guilty Sunday of a massive scheme to defraud a union pension a trustee of the pension was convicted in Dis trict Court on four counts of fraud and conspiracy and faces 20 years in prison and an Each codefendant was found guilty of at least one fraud charge and one of The indictment included 20 mail fraud charges and one con spiracy The men specifically were convicted of fraudulently ar ranging more than million in loans from the pension fund and diverting more than million to their own Robert Kennedy hailed the decision and compli mented the jury and prosecu tors in a statement from his summer home in Hyannis Hoffa faces a maximum sen tence of fine and five years on each of the fraud counts and and five years on the conspiracy It was Hoffas fifth federal prosecution since his second loss in six In February he was sentenced to eight years in prison and fined at See Page 7 Girl Is First Pool Victim At Dennison PENNJSON The first drowning since the penmson swimming pool was built occur red Saturday at when Betty Jo daughter of and Shaffer Mercer of 300 Troops On Riot Duty In Rochester By ROBERT GRAY This riotscarred city emerged today from a bloody weekend of racial violence with four hundreds of injured and mas sive property An un easy peace was backed by a Hess Resigns Pastorate Of Grace Church Nctown Board Airs Merger Union Leader Takes Issue With Young On Pay Report 2nd lost her Officials said who Vernon pastor of Dovers Grace Lutheran Church the last 7 sub mitted his resignation yesterday to the church The resignation was accepted and announcement of the action was made at the worship ser Hess has accepted the pastorate of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Jndianapol See Page 9 combatready force of National Nelson Rockefeller activated guardsmen and ordered them into Rochester to stand by for antiriot duty if Law and will be main tained the city of the governor A detachment of 12 open trucks with 18 guardsmen each toured the citys trouble areas in a show of force shortly after the arrival of the guard Sunday The men carried rifles with bayonets fixed buthad no Three persons were killed and county official was injured critically Sunday when a heli copter surveying a potential trouble spot smashed into a threestory house and set it A man was killed by an auto mobile when he was struck dur ing wild rioting Saturday in the height of the racial explo and staggered into the Two men were Ont was in critical More than 600 nearly all were More than 300 other persons were including 35 officers and several Thousands of Negroes partici pated in rioting throughout but police had no es timate of the exact Looters ran pillaging and especially Satur See 1000 Page 7 Dennis of RP New president of Local Road and Bridge Wortaws this niorning issue with a statement mjdie kst vwoHuA si S tbi aw IQ Hae ed YUiap or mlswn muld of its w itself a el gpjy d to todM Mi Jfe Us m fuJJ statement follows mM viMgf Is in terested to Better tor weefc by County Engineer Charles Young in the continuing bssste ever 3 pay Young bj4 quoted total oJi figures from JSSfl to w m iltempt to refute fflis ulsiiiMi fa ftoiftjBJiS liMwri thai workers Iw4 reeeiv 04 owe iflg to oil expenditures y from 196JO to is supporting a U0iJy of states ne has not isd a pjy rgise for 3 His wcwse statesjeBts show the following In h waited awd reeeived average howly W iYoJUBgs first ed to I iaoMM m of tor aje m could not had been in the crowded pool approximately 20 minutes before her body was noticed in about 5 feet of Authorities have not definite ly determined how the tragedy When police arrived with a resuscitator Joe pool was trying to revive the girl with mouthto mouth Ann Cojyin was assisting The girl was taken to Twin See page 8 ON THE INSIDE Around The World 6 Dear Abby 15 Alvarez 17 Crane 17 Goren On Bridge 15 Hospital News 6 Obituaries Sports Womens Pages 11 13 8 9 hours worked hows earo or earned for or a U 84 aver Your Horoscope 17 Phila Church Buys Property For Expansion The congregation of Emraan ual Lutheran Church in voted at a ing Sunday morning to purchase the property at 305 EHigh for expansion The property is owned by Dougherty and John Blinn and houses the medical James Fisher says the which is in the process of being will pro vide the church with parking space for the present and allow for future building growth jj needed OAS Moves Against Cuba be ft m for By WASHINGTON republics strong diplomatic and smetioas os Cuba and Fidel Castro has brushed actions as impudent aftd unjust A of the ministers proved a diplomatic breajj enjbajrgo ttJfi reactions of armed force against the Cas1 American Sistes to djfiad I tro regime if it continues subagainst versions against other republics of the Withw hows after the action was there were these said the OAS ii secretary oj tion of fte assistant inter the ac again the of bage an4 declared thg reject impmjent the smctiofts sued a of Cubs as a I
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