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PAGE 20 ! T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 27,. 1961 FAMILY OF 5 MASSACRED Hospital Escapee Sought In Killings MINEOLA.-N.Y. -- MP -Forty detectives have been assigned to track down an escaped mental patient accused of massacring the fam-1 ily of a brother-in-law who! helped him come to thisi country a year ago. j Named in a first-degree murder warrant is Mate (Mike) Ivanov, 38. "Irrefutable e v i d e n c e " places the mentally disturbed Ivanov in the home of Peter Gregov at the time of the five slayings Saturday, according] to Stuyvesant Pinnel,' Nassau | County chief of detectives. | The killer methodically j stabbed and slashed to death ! Gregov, 39; Mrs. Gregov. 35, and their three sons, then neatly covered the bodies-Gregov's with a rug, the', others with blankets or sheets. The mother's and sons' hands were bound behind their backs. Also slain--by 17 stab wounds--was the Gregov's pet dog. The slayer struck from the front and back, plunging the weapon 20 to 30 times in each victim, mostly "deep, penetrating wounds" five or six inches deep, said Dr. Leslie Lukash, Nassau County medical examiner. Gregov was a waiter, hold- HOUSE OF NUTRITION'S i Special Formula P A P A Y A E N Z Y M E S Try H and see tht d/frtrtncel Papaya Enzymes--nature's finest digestant · Helps to eliminate excessive mucus ·Gives quick relief in gastritis--bloating · An excellent enzyme to aid digestion of proteins and carbohydrates · Supplies nearly every vitamin necessary, plus minerals such as calcium, phosphorus and iron 100's $2.00 250's 54.50 500's 57.95 4682 E. Broadway EA 5-0411 B f l T H I S IS OUR ONLY STORE ing down two jobs, one in a nightclub as head waiter, tha other in a restaurant. Gregov came to the United States several years ago from Yuyoslavia. In 1956, he helped a brother come here, Last year, he helped another. brother, his sister and her husband, Ivanov, immigrate. Neighbors said Gregov opened his Long Island home to the Ivanovs and they lived there for several weeks after their arrival. But domestic difficulties developed in the Ivanov family and Gregov asked his sister to take her troubles to Domestic Relations Court, she said. That led to Ivanov's committal on June 12 to the Central Islip State Hospital. He escaped Nov. 15. Mrs. Ivanov said he was carrying a kitchen knife under his belt when he came to her residence in Brooklyn Frosts Are Assigned To A Frosty Job W1LMETTE, 111. -- UPI -- \ "When the U.S. Army moved valuable glacial ice cores and permafrost samples under refrigeration from here to new headquarters in Hanover, N.H., the operation was in charge of Robert Frost, Army engineer, and Ralph Frost, engineer, for Cardox Division of Chemetron. The cargo was kept at a frosty 40 degrees below zero during the trip. Saturday morning; He threatened to cut off her head if she told of the visit, she said, then left shortly before noon after telling their four children, "Goodbye forever." Police said the Gregov family feared Ivanov because of Gregov's role in the committal. Autopsies on three of the bodies indicated that the Gregovs were slain between 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday. Two policemen, summoned by a brother of Gregov, found the victims before daylight yesterday in the modest, l j /i- story Cape Cod style home in Mineola. The brother had become alarmed because Gregov didn't meet him after work and becausa- repeated telephone calls to the home were unanswered. Gregov's body was in the living room and Mrs. Gregov's in a bedroom. Jn another bedroom was the body of 17-year-old Peter Jr.. a high school honor student who had been selected to attend a convention in Florida for young people interested in the Young Democrats organization. In the basement were Ronald, 15, behind a playroom bar and Michael, 11, near an oil burner. Pinnell said there was no sign of forced entry and, except for the covers removed from the beds to placa on the bodies, no disorder. Ivanov had been "depressed, upset and threatening suicide" at the time of his admission, said Dr. C. J. C. Kennedy of the hospital staff, but was "a quiet patient, a'well- behaved patient" Kennedy said that after the escape, Gregov telephoned the hospital and intimated that he knew Ivanov's whereabouts, but did not disclose, it. In the Gnegov hijuse, police found a telegram from the mental hospital, advising the family of Ivanov's escape. Contractors Advised Ford Faces Antitrust Action To Settle Disputes Here j n Autolite Firm Purchase PHOENIX--#»--An official of the National Associated General Contractors advises Arizona builders to . settle their labor disputes at home and not in Washington ."where Jong established policies are being reversed." William E. Dunn, executive secretary of the association, said the National Labor Relations Board "Is retrogressing to the Truman administration era." " Speuking at the annual convention of the Arizona Building Contractors Saturday, Dunn padded: "Contractors must depend upon certain basic factors; enforceable contracts with labor and consistent, fair interpretation of laws and acts relating to such contracts." .He cited the secondary-boycott as an example of NLRB reversal of long established policy, saying such picketing was being permitted "on the pretext it is an exercise of free speech." Dunn said that while, many had expected a complete turnover to the unions in the new Department of Labor setup, such was not the case. "The. labor department is actually functioning quite well," he stated. Dan Mardian, president of the Construction Information Committee, told the Arizona builders that the construction industry wants to negotiate fairly and honestly with .unions in approaching contract talks. Mardian, of Phoenix, said, "We are willing to sit down and bargain with them, recognize their problems and try to arrive at reasonable solutions without a need for strikes o r j threats of strikes." The information committee represents all segments of the industry in Arizona. Mardian said if the industry stands solidly together, "We increase the probability of trouble-free settlements with the. 22 union locals in next year's bargaining." There had been some agitation to break up the united negotiation front of the contractors in favor of individual negotiations by each contractor.. Both Mardian and W. Clare Miller, president of-the National Associated G e n e r a l Contractors, said the contractor solidarity had created respect for the industry by. Ari- 4 zona unions. In other action, the contractors elected Gordon Bell of Yuma as president; "Matt Land of Tucson, first vice president; Herman Chanen of Phoenix, second vice president and Vernon Harmon of Phoenix, treasurer. Short Skirts Are OK Until She Sits Down FREEDOM, Wis. -- UK- Freedom High School officials have sent letters to the homes of girl students explaining why they think parents should take a hand in drawing the hemline below the knee in present short skirt styles.. "If you allow, your daughter to leave for school with her knees showing as she walks out the door, then you can almost be positive that more than her knees will be showing w h e n she sits down," the letters say. AND LUXURY AT A LOW, LOW PRICE NEWdEW Never oefore such a team of totally new cars! Sedans, hardtop, station wagons, even a convertible . . . you name it, Chevy n has it Nine models in 'all now in production. What are they like? Well, imagine all the .solid virtues you've always counted on from Chevrolet... the steadfast dependability, the tried, and true economy, the dyed-in-the-wool comfort... all dressed up in a new just-right size and built a modern new way. That's Chevy I I . . . but that's only the beginning. It's easy on the eyes, easy on the road and easy on your pocketbook. It's built to be ultra-easy to service and maintain. Front fenders,, for instance, bolt on and. off for easy repairs. Two spunky engines, a four and a six (your choice in most models), purr along merrily on regular gas-and darn little of it, too. Thanks to Mono-Plate rear springs, the ride reminds you of the big Chevrolet-and you know how smooth that is. The space inside for people and things puts you in mind of big cars, too. So does the cushy comfort. But Chevy II parts company from anything else around when it comes to offering all these fine features- at a sensible low price. Fact is, luxury and low price have never been blended so beautifully. Check your Chevrolet dealer and see for yourself. CHEVY H :»· 4-DOOR 3-SEAT STATION WAGON. Fades a whopping 76.2 cu. ft of carro. CHEVY H NOVA 400 CONVERTIBLE. It's Chevrolet's newest and lowest priced convertible CHEVY n 3M 4-DOOR SEDAN. Chevy II's sav- inf wayi in a practical 6-passenger family model. Now . . . look 'enrover and try one out! CHEVY II NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE. Handsome hardtop with top-of-the-line go and glamor-at a pleasin' kind of price. A. NEW WORLD OF WORra-CHj^oLiET · CHEVY 11 · CORVAIR · CORVETTE at ywr local Mthoru»d chemict OMLLY MOTOR COMPANY, INC. Justice Department filed a civil antitrust suit today against · the Ford Motor Co. over its acquisition of Electric Autolite Co. The suit was filed in U.S. District Court in Detroit. A department spokesman said the suit asks the court to order Ford to divest itself of two manufacturing plants, sales facilities and the "Auto- lite" trade name it acquired last spring from the Electric Autolite Co. of Toledo, Ohio. The government charged WASHINGTON--UR-- The,that .Ford's acquisition could substantially decrease competition in the spark plug business and in other automobile parts. · ' Ford purchased the "Auto- lite" trade name, the company's spark plug plant at Fostoria, Ohio, its battery plant at Owosso, Mich., and most of its sales organization last April 12. An April 4 letter to Electric Autolite stockholders, the government said, reported the firm received about $28 million in the deal. Electric Autolite had been one of the nation's biggest independent suppliers of automobile parts. Autolite, the Champion Spark Plug Co., and General Motors produced more than 90 per cent of all spark plugs turned out in this country last year, the government said. Besides spark plugs; Electric Autolite also, had produced batteries, generators, electrical motors, instruments,-and ignition systems in a full line of automotive electrical products using the name "Autolite;" the- government added. · 4tS N. 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