The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 14, 1975 · Page 2
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Provo, Utah
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Monday, April 14, 1975
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Pape 2-THE HERALD, Provo. Utah, Monday. April 14. 1975 Clyde Tolson, FBI's No. Two Man, Dies WASHINGTON (UP!)-Clyde A. Tolson, for a nearly a quarter century the No. 2 man in the FBI and closest friend of the late director J. Edgar Hoover, died today after a long illness. He was 74. The FBI made the announc- ment and did not immediately have details of the death. Tolson joined the FBI in 1928, four years after Hoover was named to head the agency. In 1947, Hoover named him associate director and Tolson remained at that post even after reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70, despite ill health. But when Hoover died on May 2, 1972, Tolson resigned the next day in a one-sentence letter to acting director L Patrick Gray III. Hoover left Tolson the bulk of his $551,500 estate including his $100,000 Washington home where Tolson moved. Tolson, little known while Hoover became a household name, lived and worked in Hoover's shadow. They could be seen walking to work beside Hoover's chauffeured limousine in good weather and often were seen together at race tracks. Tolson even dressed like Hoover Both were bachelors and both dedicated their lives to the FBI. Tolson was born May 22, 1900, near I>aredo, Mo. He entered government service at 18 in the old War Department after attending a business college for one year. 31-Day Kidnapping Ended by Ransom Californians Honor Former Nephi Man THESE LAMBS WERE named champions at the Benjamin Stock Show. Collette Caras displays her reserve champion Iamb and Clark Caras his champion lamb. They were among 28 Saturday at the show which drew a huge crowd. ROME (UPI) - Kidnapers released jeweler-playboy Giovanni Bulgari before dawn today after a 31-day captivity. Relatives declined to comment on a ransom, but news reports said it went as high as $16 million. Bulgari, who celebrated his He Didn't Get Back On Time SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Utah State Prison inmate Rudoplh Gonzales was in County Jail today as an escapee after failing to make it back to the Point of the Mountain on time. Gonzales, 37, Salt Lake City, who had a parole date of Nov. 4, was listed as an escaper Sunday night. Prison administrative assistant Jerry Cook said Gonzales, who started serving a one to 20 year term for burglary in 1973, was due back from a weekend home visit at 9 p.m. Sunday. He called 10 minutes later, saying he was having car trouble. His wife called a few minutes later, saying Gonzales had been drinking and had stolen her car, according to Cook. After several phones talks with Gonzales, who said he was en route to the prison, authorities listed him as as escaper shortly before midnight. He was picked up by Salt Lake City police near his home about 1 a.m. today. Cook said escape charges will be filed. 40th birthday in captivity, suffered from an a slight bullet wound he got during his abduction but was otherwise unharmed, police said. He told police, "The bandits treated me well." Police said Bulgari, a former escort of movie stars Kim Novak and Gina Lollobrigida, was freed in a car one-third of a mile from the family home in the exclusive Parioli district. News reports said half the reported $16 million ransom was paid in Switzerland and the kidnapers had threatened to maim their captive and send evidence to the family unless the remainder was paid by Tuesday. The ransom figure, if confirmed, would be a world record. The Guinness Book of Records says the highest ransom extracted in modern times was $14.2 million paid on March 13, 1974, for the release of American businessman Victor Samuelson, kidnaped in Argentina by Marxist guerrillas. Vandalism Cited As Apartment Damage Cause About $400 loss was suffered in an Orem apartment over the weekend, apparently the work of vandals who entered the recently vacated dwelling, according to Orem City Police. Weston Cordner, manager of the apartment at 1067 N. 150 W., Orem, said a medicine cabinet was stolen, all the light fixtures were broken, and a window was broken, according to the police report. Youthful Winners Reported At Stock Show in Benjamin SPANISH FORK - A large crowd attended the Benjamin Stock Show Saturday afternoon. The beautiful weather even brought alot of bees, which kept the crowd alert. To be judged were 18 hogs, 28 lambs and three steers, as well as eight beautifully decorated cakes. Judging the hogs were Jerry Lee Shepherd. He named the hog JUDGED CHAMPION STEER at the Benjamin Stock Show Saturday was this animal displayed by Milicent Larsen. Only three steers entered the contest, and all belonged to the children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Larsen. Pedestrian Hospitalized After Mishap An Orem man was listed in fair condition this morning at Utah Valley Hospital where he is being treated for injuries suffered early Sunday morning in an auto-pedestrian accident. Orem City Police said Brian Logan, 733 N. 500 E., Orem, was injured when he was struck by a car at 1595 S. Carterville Road, shortly before 1 a.m. Sunday. Police said the car was driven by Mark John Ferre, 715 E. 1950 N., Provo. No citations were issued pending further investigation of the accident, police said. More than six billion tons of coal have been mined in West Virginia, with more than 100 billion tons remaining. shown by Karen Young as the champion with Dan Provost winning Reserve Champion and Sharlene Woofinden winning Fitting and Showmanship. Warren Kuhl of Brigham Young University judged the lambs. The lamb shown by Clark Caras won Champion and Reserve Champion was given to the lamb shown by Collette Caras. Only three steers were shown and they all belonged to the Jack Larsen famiy. The reason given for this was that the bad weather had kept the youth of the vicinity from leading and training their animals. Wilbur Stephenson judged the steers. He named the steer led by Milicent Larsen as the champion. Cakes were judged as to decoration and also flavor and texture. Sharlene Woofinden won top prize for all around best cake. Karen Young won for the best decoration. Anna Marie Caras and Kathy Lynn Caras baked one as a team and won the best tasting category. The cakes sold for $25, $27 and $20, and the money received was used for the banquet which honored all the youth in the evening. Business Park Underway in Salt Lake City SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) Saudi Arabian businessman Adnan M. Khashoggi and an entourage of state and local officials broke ground today for the $250-million Salt Lake International Center. The 740-acre business park is to be constructed west of the Salt Lake International Airport by Khashoggi's A. K. Utah Properties Inc. Khashoggi says his investment in the park will amount to $10 million, and the remainder will be borrowed against lease agreements on space within the development. Plans call for completion of $3 million in improvements during 1975, and of the entire project in 12 to 15 years. Developers estimate 60 per cent of the tenants who will ultimately be housed in the park will be new to the state. They say A. K. Utah Properties and tenants of the park could ultimately employ as many as 24,000 persons. NEPHI — Jack Morgan, a former Nephi man and former employee of the Daily Herald, has been honored as "Citizen of the Year" at Hanford. Calif. Mr. Morgan was presented the award at the Annual Hanford Chamber of Commerce installation banquet. Earl Himovitz, last year's citizen of the year recipient, introduced Mr. Morgan and called him "A man who does not just pay lip service to community involvement but has physically, mentally and financially given of himself wholeheartedly in all phases of serving his fellow men." A long list of activities followed. He had served as director and now first vice president of the Chamber, chairman of its legislative committee, chairman of the Christmas Parade, chairman of the Kings County Drug Abuse Commission, vice president of the Kings County Industrial Park Foundation, member of the Sacred Heart Hospital board,, member of the Salvation Army advisory board, active in the YMCA, genera! chairman of a symposium on Specific Language Disability, committee chairman for Boy Scout Troop 496, member of the committee for Law Inforcement Week, a sponsor of numerous public forums for political candidates and an organizer of the Santa for Seniors gift program. He also has served as a bishop in the LDS Church and is youth director of the Hanford Ward. Mr. Morgan was raised in Nephi where he is still known as "J.C." During his 'growing-up years' he worked in the grocery store operated by his parents, JACK C.MORGAN Mr. and Mrs. Clark Morgan, who still reside in Nephi. Following high school graduation, he served an LDS Mission to Japan. Upon his return he attended BYU. studying accounting and he worked in the business office at The Daily Herald. He later moved to Kalmath Falls, Ore., where he was office manager of the Herald and News in that city until four years ago when he went to Hanford as publisher of the Sentinel. His wife, Donna, has shared the spotlight with Jack in many activities and Mr. Himovitz said she had so endeared herself to the people of the community for her participation that they considered giving her half of the trophy. Mr. Morgan was further referred to as "a humanitarian, man of God and friend of all." The couple have four children, Clark. Cliff. Suzan and Brad. Search for Missing Boy At Dunes Ends Happily PLEASANT GROVE Douglas Wood, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wood of Pleasant Grove, was found safe Saturday morning after being lost for over 10 hours during the night near the Little Sahara Sand Dunes in Juab County. The boy, who was first noticed missing from his Boy Scout troop camp at about 8:15 p.m. Friday, was no worse for his experience, his mother reported. The Boy Scouts, their leaders and other campers in the area searched until midnight for the boy. At that time the Juab County Sheriff's Jeep Patrol was notified, and by 4 a.m. the search was begun by the patrol. The lad was found by patrol members at 6:30 a.m. within two miles of his camp. Officers estimated he had walked a total distance of 15 miles within the area, Mrs. Wood said. Douglas, who was dressed in a heavy winter coat with an attached hood, said that after it became dark, he realized that he was lost and sat under a tree to wait for help. The boy said that he slept a little even though it was very cold. Mrs. Wood said that the leaders of the scout troop notified the family in Pleasant Grove at 1:45 a.m. that their son was missing. She added she was surprised that so many people were concerned enough to help with the search and that so many had inquired about his condition since the incident. Ironically, while everyone was out searching for the boy, the Wood family camp stove was stolen from the camp. Accident Report CHEYENNE (UPI) - Wyoming officials say there were fewer traffic accidents in the state last year than in 1973, but more people were involved. The Wyoming Highway Department said 120 more drivers were involved in 1974 accidents than the year before, with 63 per cent of the accidents occurring in urban areas. The department also said 27 more Wyoming citizens were killed in accidents than in the previous year. Livestock " LoailS lor your production needs-- (eod, stock, equipment. Let's talk!, ~~ Dick Phillips, Mgr. Utah Livestock PCA S.LC. (801) 322-5603 EMERGENCY EXTRICATION training was provided for nearly 100 emergency medical technicians from five counties during a special course held Saturday in Provo. The course dealt with extrication and evacuation procedures involving auto and helicopter rescue. Participants practiced bandaging and transporting "injured" individuals. Herald staff photo by Mary Ann Young. ItFalit Published every afternoon Monday through Friday and Sunday morning by The Daily Herald, 1555 North 200 W. Street, Provo, Utah 84601. B.E. JENSEN, Publisher Entered as second class matter at the post office in Provo, Utah. 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The former First Lady was visiting "Mamie's Cabin," a cottage built for her and the late President at the Augusta National Golf Course, when the bleeding first began. It flared again briefly during the first week of her stay at the hospital but has not recurred since. Alcatraz Prison, which was closed as a penal institution in 1963, has become one of the most popular tourist attractions in San Francisco. L PUBLIC INVITATION Official Public Hearing of Interstate Highway 15 from the Sevier River to North Nephi. The Stole Road Commission of Utah is conducting art official public hearing to discuss the design and construction of a section of Interstate Highway 15 from the Sevier River to North Nephi. The proposed designed features consist of a four-lane divided highway, 36 miles in length, with three interchanges, you ore invited to attend to participate in this public hearing, which will be held at 7;30 p.m., Thursday, April 24, 1 97S, at the Juab High School Auditorium, 146 *J n ,ir> Main Street. Nephi, Utah, This i» the /a»» opportunity we will have to d/»cu« >hi$ pro/ect with interested persons before final plant are prepared. Phase come and share your views with us. Written views also will be accepted. Cordially, Clem H. Church, Commissioner State Road Commission of Utah Every Tuesday is Coney Day atA&W Genuine Coney Hot Dogs, Smothered in Rich Coney Sauce, Topped Off with fangy Bits of Juicy Onion. Tuesday Special 19* Regular Price 45< 365 N. State, Orem 1290 N, University, Provo 501 N. Main, Springville 390 E. 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