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. t, f r . " i 2 f J j . : . OCTOBER 3, I960 Utah County.! Utah MONDAY, DAILY HERALD ' T VT ,. ,,, ' Readdrs Court LA'. Court Hears Final " " " ' "" " "The r;il I r Their IP, i months and ended March 12 in hung Jury. Power in his arguments be gun Thursday andf the ' weekend " Friday afternoon Utcd the dual motives of greed and lust!; as responsible for: the slaying, '.u ' In reviewing the evenU leadingto! Mrei. Finch being shot In the j A ' . s ? ' . back outside her $3,000 suburban home, Powers called the Jury'i I' attention to Mrs. Finch's divorce . SALT LAKE CITY (UPD-T- he . ' J Utah State Board of Education suit filed two mon hi before her death. will hold an emergency meeting The suit named Mist Tregoff Wednesday, presumably to ap and sought all pdnt an acting slate achool u of? Finch's fortune estimated at A perintendent, ce of six persons. Some of the injured were feeding member and SQUAItEr-PqU11MES ON BLAST injuring $730,000. State School Superintendent Dr, riiarble-wjnle- d hear to azalea of id a bed the statue of Father Duffy (background), wanted Finch search Powers bomb squad pigeons plants E. Allen Bateman died Saturday home-madwife could he so e his a World War I chaplain, when the blast went off in the bomb in effort to recover mgmenU of!a beree from in Salt Lake City, , his admitted! , after it exploded in th e middle of Times Square, Sunday, plant bed. (Herald-UP- l Telephoto), '.Assistant superintendent ,Wil- - marry wanted Finch claimed Powers, burn N. Ball returned to the his freedom without giving up state from Stanford University, much of his fortune as he prob where he had been Jon .leave to ably would have had to if Mrs. study for an advanced degree. went through with her di Finch School board chairman W.C. vo'rce. Cole, Delta, said he did not know Powers termed Miss Tregoff as What action the board would take 'cold and impersonal," saying Wednesday.- lit presumably will she was a prime mover in the eppednt an acting superintendent plot to slay Mrs. Finch so she sel remained in the immediate By NEAL CORBETT to serve until a successor to Dr. could the surgeon i: area. , wealthy marry United Press International Bateman can be chosen. for whom she worked as a reMeanwhile, other fishing boats The SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) From One) (Continued ceptionist. Page CITY SANTA ROSA, Calif.. (UPD (UPI) SALT LAKE reported they had picked up deAs in . the first trial,- the pros sea the of boats fishing saga the of 11 year-old ,i An shot hi? . bris.. D. in one of the nation's top boy Moyle President Henry will de pictures it has declared was "Coho II" ecution and "Steelhead" be will fuel found One barrels, pieces mother to death Sunday night Saints . Church Latter-da- y fori both ourist attractions. mand the death but not the mystery of plank, and a hatch cover which when she ignored his pleas, to. tody James Foley, 73, of New York, over one of the speakers Tuesday at Finch and Misi penalty tregoff. who was sitting 10 feet frjom the of what happened, between the apparently had been pierced by stop- arguing with .his grandmoth funeral services for Dr. E. Allen 1 insist! both defendants The two vessels in the Pacific tuna a bullet. Another located a! cap- er, they according to police. Bateman, state superintendent of are innocent, claiming the fatal bomb, received serious eye and 150 miles southwest of one grounds to be believed the sized skiff, was and ear injuries oublic instruction. hospitalized The victim was Mrs. Virginia shot was fired, accidentally by San Francisco. carried aboard the Steelhead. Bateman died suddenly Satur Finch ' when he attempted to with la concussion. Formigle, 32, who had been livThe captains of both vessels gathred in San Francisco ISaturT ing with the boy, Donald were who Lake The others Salt City. in njured, day throw away a gun during a ncluding Bari Keerkel, 14, of New were missing and presumed dead. day, Bean volunteered; to bring at the home of her parents Services' will be held at 2 p.m. wife. his with struggle Stakehouse York, and Ronald Grabowiecki, If. the boats carried crews, as his boat to; port and submit to in a fashionable Santa Rosa in the Granite LDS '? of Passaic, N.J., were treated they usually did, no one but the questioning on Davisson's disap- neighborhood. The parents, are Also speaking at the services " mem and released. Frank and Walter skippers would know what be- pearance, will be Rulon- T. Hinckley, Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Silva. of Coho the Educa n As '; of of came the "the Board them, State Trenton, of brothers, approached Strycharz, .her Police Chief Melvin .Flohr gave A few pieces of debris, gath- Golden Gate Saturday morning N.J., and Joseph Rosenfef't 39, of tkm. A special memorial will be this account, of the shooting: New York; received slight injur ered by other fishing boats and with the Coast Guard vessel a offered by the Great Salt Lake Mrs. Formigle and Mrs. Silva it suddenly headed nf ies. Police said Rosenfelt was the Coast Guard,, were believed mile behind flip , Bov . Scouts Ol w rmoil VUUUVM ' been arguing most of Sun' had to be "the remains of the Steel-hea- straight- for the rocks at the- edge temporarily deafened. America. in what1 Mm. Silva described day The bomb was a low grade ex .The Coho II was berthed of the channel. a continuous disagreement ov A boarding party found that as plosive believed! to have been In San Francisco, 1 with f re sh Don made of blacK powtfer ant con scratches and dents on the oow. Bean, had put the boat on auto er her daughter's conduct. Monday, October 3, I960 son a Mrs! ald, by Formigle's tained in a paper bag or Lcard- ' The and apparently had matic pilot PROVO Wednes last sage began several tried .1 THT! VERDICT They said if he exslipped over the side, The Coast previous marriage, 'v.social Academy Jungle Cat and The board box. when radio 'operators pick day con a in meta had been said it was very doubtful times unsuccessfully to break up held that court Hound That Thought He Was a plosive No. The Coho justN Guards this 'IThe up message: Ti of 4iv rvAt the 'fight. eiinitw I tainer. many more would have shot . liiai uiu tu oiiux vvuiu aia v v ovv visitors are entitled to only a mod Racoon. me. shot The me. Coho; just ' rin the treacherous current. Finally, he went to the garage The Time Ma- - been injured. Vrate amount of protection, not a Paramount So long life. a been It's good and A got a pistolf from his grandthorough check of the Coho : "' ;i ; guarantee of safety. The host must chine. J".-'boys." II turned up several rifle car father's gun cabinet, showed it Uinta Tarzan The Magnificent "merely refrain from any affirmto was believed The message and the ative act of negligence tridge cases, a shotgun and a to the women, and asked them Pioneer Under "ten Flags, and U Davis-sosent A. been E. have by outfit, complete with again to stop fighting. Mrs. Sil skin$Hvinghere showed nothing The. Mountain of Oakland, Calif., "" va said she persuaded Donald to rubber xsuit and snprkel. worse than passive negligence. OREM: of the Steelhead. ' the weapon awy, but when The laboraskipper said Guard put Crast Geneva Under Ten Flags and (State laws vary). disA vessel Coast Guard the in tests an would ' taken fight tory continued, he called pobf f (Copyright, 1950, General Conspiracy of Hearts no attempt to match to area found the lice. patched scratches They made a routine check paint Features Corp.) Scera Oceans 11, with Frank the of the hut Steelhead and left. s from Coho' sign the lleanor with de bow the .' NEW, YORK (UPD The Sirfatra. in t)ie' area. Cancer Foundation to Coho II was found within 15 Late Sunday night the argument Roosevelt Timpanogos The Gazebo and of miles boat's the last missing"; Cmdr. to L.i.M. However, a out againj, and Mrs. broke announced $300,000 Logan grant day The Flying Fontaines. 'little was so there position. said evidence reported medical of Utah the attacked her physically SPRINGVILLE University Alone Found that Skipper in far the school.help might solving mother, pulling lair and scratchArt City The Shaggy Dog who Coast Guardsmen Cor, a Herald be will mystery. poarded The grant Published by pf $lo0,000 ing her. ' and Edge of Etepity. f j Coho found the the II "We even know don't it a skip Fourth that only Rivoli Polly awia, with Hayley year for two years to, build Donald got the pistol again and, poration, 190 West cancer research- facility m Mrs. per and owner, Ted Bean 45, of was the Steelhead'i skipperj who screaming ''stop !'. stop!" He then North Street, every hfternoon, Mills. Benicia and Bakersfield, Calif. broadcast the radio message at shot Mrs. Roosevelt's name, PAYSON Monday throofb Friday, SunFormigle at close been he had Bean said alongtributed to Davisson," he Jsaid. of one was several The Gerald grant Sunday Huish Polly anna, with Jane published day range. totaling $717,000 which were an side the Steelhead Wednesday, morning. Wyman. Flohr said Donald was .being but only to give Davisson a let nounced today. Entered as second clasi PLEASANT GROVE for investigation of murder. held The structure' will be a new ter which he wanted mailed in FLORENCE PLANS SWIM matter at the post office tn Grove Hercules Unchained, was on a Silva, the . With Steve Reeves.wing to the $10 million un versity San Francisco He said he last Scotland UPI) hunting tripgrandfather, Provo, Utan, under the' act of PORTPATRICK, e of the at medical center, due for comple sa w the Steelhead sailing toward --America's Florence; Chad wick Ishooting, officers said. v m March 3, 1879. x' American fork Coral The Lost World , with tion in 1963. The foundatioi funds the i Golden Gate. Subscription terms by cartoday began final preparations for the structure, j The Coast Guard foundj a rifle an attempt to become the first will v be used , fo Michael Rennie. ; rier In "Utah County: with the contents to be completed and a. pistol aboard the Coho II, woman to conquer the Oldest American college abroad ......$1.75 ILEHI Per month with fund? being sought from the but pointed out that mostj fishing North Channel between Scotland is, Robert College, Istanbul, Tur$10.58 6 months in advance Royalr Closed. boats carried arms for protection and Northern Ireland.; U.S. Public Health Serviccj. $21.00 One year in advance key, founded in 1863. sharks. the to for against Contracts th portion major mall By anywhere SUBMITS LOW BID 1 Bean was allowed to continue of the medical center are sched United States or its , possesnext SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) uled for letting! early year. fishing, but the Coast Guard ves sions: $1.75 per month: SI 0.54 The State Highway Department ' for sIj months In advance; In advance. today, listed Bob Schocker, Salt. $21.00 for a year lake City, as apparent low bidHerald telephone numbers: ' STARTS. .' ADULTS 78 . CHILDRBN FREE . PHONE AC adfor the first landscaping ib der For editorial, circulation, w -- L along a Utah interstate highway. mam vertising and sportsv caO iSZNstf. THE ESS TCPI YCUTM VSStt bid for land $89",321 Shocker for society and FR 6 linn scaping 4.7 miles of 'Interstate news briefs, eaU Fit 15 from nowarcij tt. to v age s Orem office number, FORD V . Bomb Blast CAPTAINS OF 2 FISHING Mother Shot BOATS PRESUMED DEAD To Death By , SerOff In - Times Square n-Year-- . Old ; - - i" ... " -- : j - , j r Mc-Gru- y, ''.p What's Playing : . . At The Movies - . J .' ' i j Dentist Held After Estranged Wife Is Run Over By Auto in connection with a LAKE CTTY (UP- DSalt Lake City dentist wa sched- incident in which his estranged uled for a court appearance today wife wai run over by an auto. No formal complaint had. been filed againt Dr. Charles 0, Rob inson, 56, but he was ordered to appear before CJty Judge Arthur J, May today. Mr. Robiiwon, 53, uffcred a broken right hand and right leg. bruises and abrasions when struck the car near her home, PAGE, Ariz. (UP!) A Colora byThe couple . daughter, Mary do man was in "critical" condiLou Robinson, 17, told, police they tion at page Hospital today after acci- had been separated. Dr. Robinson being injured in a two-ca- r his address as the Ambas dent Sunday near Glen Canyon gave sador 'Athletic Club. City, Utah. ' hit-and-r- jS ALT . Colorado Man Hurt In Crash Chester A. Rader, Cedar 71, Edge, Colo., suffered a fractured GERMANS ACCEPT TROOPS pelvis and leg. The car he was BIELEFELD, .Germany .UPI) riding in, driven by James E. -A crash major portion of West GerBacon, 71, Roosevelt, Utah, mans of agree that the presence of ed into an auto driving ahead 1 . it..'.-:NATO troops on German , soil is The driver and Mrs. Rader were necessary for the West's safety, a also injured and. were reported in poll indicated today. "fair" condition at the hospital today. The driver of the second car received only minor hurts. 3 I VirTVTYTP v . 'i - . that door was defective," argued the on I Jatcd thret trial first ' - red-haire- d on July 18, lakh " boy's lawyer in court. "In fact, it had been defective for months. That' is negligence' "if it is," Taylor fired back, "it's a pretty mild form of negligence. Am I nupponed to guarantee the perfect safety of my premises for every neighbor' child who comes into my back yard 7" "This child didn't just come' said the lawyer, "H was invited by. Taylor's own son. That invitation implies that the premises are kept in safe condition' MUST TAYLOR PAY DAMAGES FOIt THE BOY'S INJURY? Weigh both sides. Then mark your verdict NO () YES () For the actual court decision, see verdict elsewhcr on this page. I of be M witnemen in the retrial. The ftttte eiafmii 'Finch. 1. and and hif mmmt Car ole 23, plotted and carried out he" gunshot slaying of the jur-, geon' socialite wife, Barbara, Successor To Bateman To Be Appointed Ik ' 4 "i orney, each attempting to inter prH for iht Jury'! the testimony - " ' '' I ald he hoped to conclude hi fjnal- arguments today to the jury of 11 woman and 1 .man. "" ' fe will be followed in 'order by MIm Tregoff attorney, other proecutor and finch's bU Power Joseph y , t i ROIJERT W, FLICK United Press International LOS ANCKLKS' turn T? aecond murder, trial of Dr, JI, J3fnard Finch and hfs , par tnour Carole Trejfoff pioved Into Iti J5(h week today with the Jury Friday faceted to get the c next week, or early Bv WILL BERNABD Taylor's young: son was playing in his back yard with a few friehdB when a sudden wind sprang up. 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