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Nurnberg PINE VIEW DAM BODY IDENTIFIED (Continued from page one.) present whereabouts of Clark's son and his father, who is reportedly a physician, could not be immediately learned. Allred said his informants have declared Clark's family is wealthy. The detectives said he has a list of other names of people who to know Clark, and that he will contact them and through them obtain the location of the man's relatives. Several men who viewed the body said they recognized the face, and knew him as "Charlie." The partially-naked body of the unknown man was discovered Friday morning about eight a. m. a WPA worker. The body was clothed only in a pair of sox, an undershirt and a shirt. Nearby, on the banks, a coat and a pair of shoes were discovered. A physician's autopsy revealec that the man was dead before entering the water, and that broken ribs and breast bone, and a six-inci gash ripped across the crown o) the head, would indicate the man had been in a fight.

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 13 Sep 1938, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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