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The'ew Oregon Statesman, Salem, Oregon, Sunday Homing. December SO, -lc- t- 1928
mill NT DEAD
Virtually No Chance Exists
That Two Could be Alive,
downstream bfore they -were able
to right it and ball out the water.
The party then landed and
searched eight miles of canyon
wall for wood to build a fire in
an effort to dry their freezing
ffEACH SPRINGS, Ariz.. Dec.
23., (AP) Emery Kolb. veteran
iittwBi man expressed doubt that
SBn:. aad Mrs. Glenn Hyde were
aOree after arriving here today
ftram a dangerous searching trip
through the rapids of the Grand
Canyon of the Colorado.
The log book of th Hydes.
Brand in their stranded home
made scow 14 miles below Dia
raand creek, bore an entry for
Nhr. 30 saying that the venture
some Hansen, Idaho, couple had
reached a point 12 miles below
Va reconstructing the experi
ences of the Hydes from those of
bis boat party, Kolb said that
shortly after the last entry wa
le in the Hyde diary the scow
stranded and either hurriedly
abandoned voluntarily or because
ff necessity. Equipment found in
tine scow indicated that the Hydes
xrmre not well prepared to face the
teenuous climate beneath the
canyon rim If they managed to
ratach shore alive.
Kolb told of being thrown from
Us boat, together with his brother,
MQsworth, bis companion on the
search, in the midst of a boiling
rapid on the downward'trip. The
two clung to the capsized craft
wsttile it eddied more than a mile
SACRAMENTO. Cal.. Dec. 29.
(AP) Evidence purporting to
show that Roy G. Weekley. Red
ding undertaker, was guilty of re
peated mutilation and robbery of
dead bodies was offered today in
i bearing before the state board
O. A. Rose, assistant to Week
ley at the Home Undertaking
company of Redding, first to take!
the -stand, testified that Desiaes
prying gold from the teem or
twwllea for embalming. Weekley
cbided him because he turned
14ft found on another corpse over
to the coroner of Shasta county.
Rose said that Weekley said.
"You ought to know better than
that. You should have turned It
over to me."
O. L. Rose, father of Weekley's
assistant, next took the stand and
testified that In his capacity, he
witnessed repeated appropriations
by Weekley of gold fillings and
false teeth from corpses. These
were turned over to a Redding
dentist. Rose said.
WASHINGTON (AP) The in
come from oil and gas on restrict
ed Indian lands in 1928 was $17.
809.762 and the total production
of crade oil for the year was 48,
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