1966 - Wooden Cross Burned on JP Harry Korobko's Lawn on Halloween and Onaway Cardinals Make All- Conference Team
From Presque Isle County Advance and Onaway Outlook
November 10, 2016

CAPTION: Still unexplained was the reason for a wooden cross being burned at the residence of Justice of the Peace Harry Korobko of Onaway on Halloween. The judge had maintained his residence since being elected to the post. The cross was made of wood with heavy cloth wrapped around and held in place by wires. The cross was soaked in a flammable liquid, learned against a large maple tree on the Korobko lawn and set ablaze. Two girls trick-or-treating reported the fire to the judge. "If it was done by pranksters they are the type who will become punks; if it was done by punks, they are the type who will become public enemies," the judge said. In other Onaway News, Chuck Bruder was a first team all-conference linebacker for the Onaway Cardinals. Alternate designation was given to Clark Chapman at offensive guard; Jim Fusee at quarterback; and Bill Rogers at fullback.
From the The Presque Isle County Advance November 10, 2016 page 7B.
Retyped by J. Anderson

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