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Marshal Tolbukhin, Soviet Hero
In Fighting Germans, Dies
Led Reds in Bulgaria,
Hungary and Austria;
Famed at Stalingrad
By tht Associated Press
MOSCOW, Oct. 18.—Marshal
Feodor I. Tolbukhin, who led Rus
sian armies against the Germans
in Bulgaria, Hungary and Austria
in World War II, died yesterday
at the age of 65.
His death was announced today
in Moscow newspapers and refdio
broadcasts. The official account
said Marshal Tolbukhin had been
seriously ill for a tong time, but
did not give the cause of death.
Marshal Tolbukhin, born a
peasant, fought as a private in
World War I. He joined the Red
Army during the revolution and
was a high-ranking officer at the
outbreak of World War n.
He distinguished himself in the
battle of Stalingrad and in 1944
commanded the 4th Ukranian
Army that recaptured Sevastopol
in the Crimea.
He shared credit with Marshal
Rodion Y. Malinovsky for driving
the Germans out of Budapest and
Vienna in 1945 and was one of
the signers of the armistice with
Bulgaria.
At the time of his death, the
announcement said. Marshal Tol
bukhin was commander of Soviet
troops in the Transcaucasus mili
tary region.
Blackbordered photographs on
the marshal appeared in the front
pages of Moscow newspapers. He
will be buried in Red Square.
MARSHAL TOLBUKHIN.
—AP Wirephoto.
Shave Delayed by Rescue
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ly tho Associated Press
SANTA MONICA. Calif.. Oct.
18.—Orville Grim, 51, saved a man
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and rescued a struggling swimmer
80 feet offshore. A little later he
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Bolivian President Hertzog
Resigning Due to Health
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