The Escabana Daily Press - Fri-07-24-70

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The Escabana Daily Press - Fri-07-24-70 - Kidnap Victim Buried ‘Wherever Laurie Is, The...
Kidnap Victim Buried ‘Wherever Laurie Is, The Sun Is Shining 9 LANSING (AP> — “Where- junior who had been working ver Laune is, Che sun is shin* img.” A light ram was falling outside as the Rev. Howard a. Lyman, pastor of Lansing’s parttime to earn money far a car. A SI6 500 reward fund for her safe return proved futile, and police doggedly went about Central United M e t o d i s t -xutrigh* hoaxes and concoc- Churc^h, began speaking Thmrs-, tions of wildly superstitious day afternoon at the funerai oil “visions” 16-year-old I^aurie Murninghan. / Found By Boys “She was a ray of sunshine.”] Three days ago. 11 days after the manner told an audience the kidnaping, two boys look of paretvts, community leaders and teen - aged schoolmates, many of whom had flowing ing for pop bottles saw a body in a shallow swamp at the edge of a state game preserve aev- i.i _____i . . h»* vovi vc blonde hair and summer tans era 1 miles southeast of town. vei> much like I^aurie s. j Identification was made frorr Normal As Blueberry Pie |clothing found nearbv and from ‘bhe was as typically norm- Laurie’s dental charts A coral as blueberry pie,” the min-j oner’s autopsy, still in progress later went on. *‘She loved hors-; now, has concluded only that the es and feared spxiers. She had i cause of death was unknown a bit of tnouhle with spell mg she appeared not to have betrn and pronunciations...” molested. ft was two weeks almost to "He who snatched her awav ihe hour after a softspoken did not know what he was .TOimg black man. dressed in a doin*." the Rev. Lvman said yellow ahirt and a beige golf; Thursday. "He is a lost soul »V Gallaghers Uurie ,s victoriouSi he K ; ■ Gifts and Antiques Shop on this , ..May m<lurnme ^ ^ ■capital city s west jrte and wikt nmor, and racla, T * „ . „ r* a P^und brothortiood J 'r wAV™* *** * obliterates all pened but before he Mt the tension, and pressures." the i man pistol whipped the propt ;e i tor, Mrs. Christine Gailagher, i discharged one 38 caliber slug into the shop cel mg collect«! ; $64 ar.d some change from the cash register. Falh To Floor Mrs. Gallagher, her face minister urged. Sail On Silver Ciirl “Sail on silver giri, sail on by,” he said, quoting from a popular song she Inked. As the short, silver and copper-colored casket was liftf'd from its brass carriage and bloodied, fell to tihe floor. She ! \ «-an.age a”« ¡ater recalled he.ring the man , ‘“J“1.««rrtan.* say to Laune. • You’re com«« old ™'le‘>«ues Laune* with me.” It was the last a ,orn'CT w=tch' one ever saw of the high school ' “‘1£m walled city ha LI across the -------------—-—— ----------------------- street. Uniformed policemen k a j - leaving the church ceremony Memorandum Is stepped into the street and be- m a £■ ! gan directing traffic aft the busy noax, Agnew bays corner in tihe shadow of the I WASHINGTON (APt _ Vice ,C '¡'"j , .. President Spiro T. Agnew has A « »>■» depart- denounced as a hoax a memoran- of?c“*s “ "** «« dum. allegedly written on his ! “nd an iuard 01 shenff ‘ stationery, which calls for „.Ideputies led the proe^Nion to ¡peal of the BiU of Bights and j thf "*"*!*■*• . postponement of the 1972 elec- family s i tions. J lini°us:ne, Mrs. Pat Agnew said Wednesday he ^an> surrounded by her h unlearned the memo would be band and two sons, aged 14 and printed in the next issue of clutched the hand of her Scanlan’s Monthly magazine. j oldest daughter, 20. “This is a totally spurious I______________________

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 24 Jul 1970, Fri,
  3. Page 6

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