Milestones, Nov. 6, 1950

Killed In Action. Lieut. Thomas A. Lombardo, 27, quarterback and captain of Army's undefeated, untied 1944 football team; in Korea, Sept. 24.

Died. Yen Pi Shih, fiftyish, Moscow-trained former member of Communist China's Politburo; after long illness; in Peking.

Died. Miguel Mariano Gómez, 60, sixth President of Cuba (1936), son of second President José Miguel Gómez (1909-13); after long illness; in Havana.

Died. Clement Wood, 62, Alabama-born jack-of-all-letters; of a cerebral hemorrhage; in Schenectady, N.Y. Wood turned out novels, verse, anthologies, biographies, dozens of miscellaneous volumes. Most durable products: the lyrics of The Glory Road, Short'nin' Bread.

Died. Albert S. Goss, 68, since 1941 master...

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