Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
B Section 3 Utahns Die, Two Captured, One Missing in War Action Nazis Machine-Gun S. L. Flier Forced Down in Adriatic Sea Killed S/Sgt. Weston Kay Keen, Salt Lake City. Lt. James G. King Jr., Salt Lake City. Lt. Col. William LeGrand Chamberlain, Salt Lake City. S/Sgt. C. J. Allrod . . . Ogden man, previously missing 1 , now prisoner of Germany. Lt. Col. William LcGraml Chamberlain . . . Salt Lake flier killed over Europe. Lt. Richard C. Lunt . . . Cedar City officer listed prisoner of nazis. Lt. James G. King Jr. ... Salt Lake man killed in South Carolina cnwsh. Missing Lt. Peter Dontas, Salt Lake City. Prisoner S/Sgt. C. J. Allred, Ogden. Lt. Richard C. Lunt, Cedar City. Machine-gunned in his life raft after the bomber in which he was a tail gunner was forced down over the Adriatic sea, S/Sgt. Weston Kay Keen, son of Albert Keen, 938 W. 9th North, and Mrs. G. V. Miller, Spring Glen, was killed in action. Holder of the air medal and oak leaf clusters, he went into the army in August, 1942, and was assigned overseas in November, 1943. He saw action in north Africa and Italy. Born in Salt Lake City May 1, 1920, he was a graduate of West high school. Prior to joining the air corps, he was employed by Utah Copper Co., Bingham. Survivors include his parents; five sisters, Mrs. Harold Pierce, Mrs. Jean Caputo and Mrs. Pat Barrett, Salt Lake City; Mrs. May Cody, Portland, Ore., and Joyce Keen, Spring Glen; a brother, Glen Keen, Salt Lake City, and a grandmother, grandmother, Mrs. John Caddie, Bingham. Bingham. Another brother, Pvt. Albert Keen, was killed in action in Italy July 29, 194.3. Former U. Student Dies in Plane Crash Lt. James G. King Jr., native of Salt Lake City and a former University University of. Utah student, was killed in a plane crash in Meadows, . C., Thursday, a war department .elegram to, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James G. .King, 927-9th East, said Saturday. Lt. "King, commissioned April 10, was stationed at Greenville, S. C., army air base. Born in Salt Lake City Aug. 22, 1923, Lt King received his educa- ion in Salt Lake and Boise, Ida., schools. He was attending the University of Utah when he en- ;ered the service. S/Sft Weston Kay Keen . SaJit Lake gunner killed ' Adriatic theater. . . Lt. Peter Dontas ... Salt Lake in officer reported missing over Europe. Tax Appeal Jurist Arrives S. L. Fortress Pilot Killed Over France Lt. Col. William LeGrand Chamerlin, Chamerlin, 27 V pilot of a Flying Fortress, previously reported miss- ng in action ovar France May 25, ow is listed as killed, according o word received by his widow, Mrs. Margaret Fames Chamberlin, 1519 Logan ave., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. • Chamberlin, 2401 Neffs lane. A squadron commander, he heltf the distinguished flying cross, air medal with 'several oak leaf clusters and the purple heart.