Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1964 · Page 17
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CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "I like horse racing better than baseball or TV. You don't have to watch horses shavingi" Kidnaper may be linked to other child cases NEW ORLEANS (UPI)-FBI agents sought today to link Joseph Francis Bryan Jr., accused of kidnaping a Tennessee boy, with the disappearance of other children. Bryan, a former mental patient, was being held in $150,000 bond on charges of kidnap­ ing 8-year-oId Dennis Burke of Humboldt, Tenn., who has been returned unharmed to his parents. But another of Bryan's alleged victims, 10-year-old John David Robison of Mount Pleasant, S.C.„ was found dead in a mangrove swamp near Hallandale, Fla. March 31. The boy disappeared Feb. 27 as he rode his bicycle near Mount Pleasant Bryan, 25 and a sandy-haired native of New Jersey and for mer convict in Nevada, was taken chained and sullen before U.S. Commissioner Fritz Windhorst here Wednesday. He asked for an attorney and Windhorst gave him until Monday to get one. His bond was set at $150,000. Bryan, speakmg in mumbles, told Windhorst that he had been in contract with his parents in Audubon Park, N.J., and "I think I'll let them get me a lawyer.'.' The FBI said it is investigating possible links between Bryan and other missing boys, specifically the disappearance of Lewis (Hackie) Wilson, 7, in St. Petersburg, Fla., and 8-year I old David Wulff in WilUngboro, N.Y. The FBI was also interested in another report that [placed a small boy with Bryan in Theodore, Ala., after the Robison child's death. The mother of Dennis Burke said her son told her after his I rescue and reunion with his [family at Humboldt that Bryan appeared to be "a nice man" who treated him to good food and kept him in the best hotels [during their three-day jaunt. Horsemen's event this weekend at Patton hospital Sponsored by the Patton Westerners, the Horseman's Holiday will be presented Saturday and Sunday. Comciding with Mental Health Week, t h e event makes an occasion for the public to observe the entertainment provided for Patton State Hospital patients. The public is cordially inrited to attend. The only charge will be at the concessions, Saturday evening Bar-B-Que, donation Sl.OO and S1.50, and the Sunday morning chuck - wagon breakfast, 50c and $1.00. All proceeds from the two-day entertainment and Horse Show will be donated to the Patton Swimming Pool fund.. The festivities begin when the parade moves out .at 9:30 a.m. .Saturday. At the bead will be [Grand Marshal Sheriff Frank Bland, followed by Horseman's Holiday Queen, Lana Sherrod, with her four princesses. The parade itself will be a contest where the horses and riders vslll be judged in categories such as mounted groups and pairs, parade horses, colorful costume, Spanish costume, horse-drawn vehicles, novelty entrants and floats from patient units. Saturday afternoon, immediately followmg the awardmg of trophies and ribbons to parade v.inners, a competitive trail ride Loses case but ends up best man LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Mi chael J. Silverstem, 21, went to court Wednesday to sue another man in connection with a traf ,fic accident — and ended up with a best man for his wed ding. Defendant Thomas W. Bur- dme, 42, agreed to serve as best man at wedding ceremon ies for Silverstein and 19-year- old Sylvia Hannan — despite the fact he lost the $160 small claims case to the groom. The same municipal court judge who presided over the traffic claim case officiated at I the weddmg ceremony. HORSEMEN'S HOLIDAY QUEEN - Queen lana Sherrod, who will reign at Horsemen's Holidays parade and gymkhana Saturday and Sunday af the Patton Hospital arena. Miss Sherrod, a senior of Pacific High, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill M. Sherrod, San Bernardino. LA. gambling figure guilty of tax evasion LOS ANGELES (UPI) Gambling figure Joseph (Doc) Stacher, once accused of being an associate of members of Murder Inc., will be sentenced Aug. 11 on two counts of evad- mg payment of more than $10,000 in income taxes. U.S. Dist. Judge Albert Lee Stephens set the sentencing date Wednesday after the 62-year-old Stacher. alw known as Joseph (Doc) Harris, pleaded guilty to the two counts. The judge had denied a plea of nolo contendere (no contest). Satcher also told the court he wished to leave the country — something the government has sought since 1953. However, Judge Stephens denied a request for immediate sentencing, saying be needed time to study the case. "It is my desire to join my wife and children in Italy and jthen become a citizen of Is- irael," he said in an affidavit The Russian-bora Stacher has been the target of deportation attempts by the Immigration and Naturahzational Service 1 since 1953 when the government charged he concealed a long criminal record when be ap pUed for citizenship in 1931. [will form and then move out. A variety show in the arena area will then take place, fea- [turing celebrities, bands, re cording artists and night club acts. kedlands Daily Facts Thuri, April 30,196*»17 Ruby's lawyers next move a sanity hearing DALLAS (UPI) — Lawyers for Jack Ruby today turaed their attention to the appeals courts and a sanity hearing — I the two avenues that could still save him from death in the [electric chair. Ruby, now a mere skeleton of the portly man \vho shot Lee Har\ey Oswald, appeared at I the hearing of a new trial motion Wednesday. The motion [was denied. Downcast and mute, he Facts Classified Ads Can Sell An>thing Call 793-3221 Earthquake hits island in Greece -ATHENS, Greece (UPI) The village of Klima on the Aegean island of Skopelos, 80 miles north of .Athens, was devastated Wednesday by an earthquake. Reports from the island said 40 out of nearly 100 houses m I the village were seriously dam|aged. Huge cracks in the vU- ilage streets caused by earlier landslides were widened by the tremor. There were no reports of human casualties. seemed in a state of shock. His mouth was drawn and the ! bones in his once fat arms stood out under the shriveled flesh and skin. There was a cut on his baldish head, showing .where he had rammed it into I a wall of his cell in one of two apparent suicide attempts Sunday. Ruby now has (he complete gauntlet of appeals courts still open to him. The sinity trial, which most surely will be granted, could put the whole case in a state of suspension if the jury found him insane' at [the time of the hearing. 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