Lester Leber found in quarry
Missing Columbia In Isolated Quarry COLUxMBIA, Pa. (AP) — A 52- year-old ibank teller, emaciated and mumbling, was found Monday in an isolated sand quarry along the Susquehanna River where he apparently had made his home since his disappearance April 12. Lester Leber was reported in satisfactory condition in Columbia Hospital where he was being fed intravenously. His. weight was down '60 pounds from a former robust 200, and his once reddish hair had turned snow-white in the 10 weeks he scrounged for food. • ; After Leber's disappearance state bank examiners discovered a. $4,000 shortage in his acourits at the First Columbia National Bank where he had been chief teller and an employe for 30 years. Leber's wife, ill for the past five years, last week was taken to Harrisburg Harrisburg Hospital.. ' The bank teller was found by Francis Martin, a farmer in this extreme western tip of Lancaster County. He said he had seen Leber, Leber, off and on, in the area for the past month, and frequently gave , him food. He found Leber crouch ed along a rural road, unable to move and summoned aid.