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Friday, June 12, 1970 Page 2—THE HERALD, Provo, Utah 10 Witnesses Testify As Murder Trial Progresses at Nephi (Continued From Page 1) owner of the vehicle. Had Car Removed He testified that on Oct. 10 after taking the facts on the registration, he notified the dispatcher to send someone to have the car removed. Brent H. Gordon, Springville, a construction company worker who was employed in October as a milk company employee delivering milk to homes testified that on Oct. 11 he heard of Miss Levanger's disappearance and recalled that he had passed her car on 1-15 the day before, between Springville and Spanish Fork. He mentioned that he had known Miss Levanger for years and as he passed, he wondered if she were in trouble, slowed down, but saw a car pull out into the lane of traffic, thought it was her, and he kept going. Made Phone Call Mrs. Jean Lougy, employed at the Stocker Club in Springville, described activities of a man she identified as Redford, and a friend, Michael Branigan, in the Stocker Club in the late afternoon of Oct. 10, and testified they made a phone call from there. Theron Johnson, manager for Mountain States Telephone in Spanish Fork, testified the call was made to Goshen to the residence of Norval Palmer. Michael Branigan, Goshen, testified that he was with Redford Oct. 10, and of their plans to meet at Grant's Lounge in Spanish Fork that evening at 7 p.m. Abandoned House Robert Rowley, Eureka, uncle of Clark James Redford, told about the Silver City area, where one house still stands. It is the old Rowley home, unoccupied and owned by the Rowley family. Ned W. Grant, police chief in Spanish Fork, testified to being called to the place where the body of Anne Levanger was found Oct. 26,1969. He identified the plaid skirt and yellow sweater as similar to those worn by Miss Levanger when she was found. The last witness for the day was Gary V. Winkle, a school teacher from Provo who was hunting relics in the area when he found Miss Levanger's body. Prosecuting Attorney J. Harlan Burns had Mr. Winkle identify several areas and different items and marked them on an aerial map. He testified to finding the body and going into Eureka, where he notified the deputy sheriff. RECEIVES DEGREE CAMBRIDGE, England (UPI) —Yehudi Menuhin, the American violinist, received an honorary doctorate of music degree Thursday from Cambridge University.