Sequels: Spies' Demise

Two men were convicted by a Newark, N.J., federal court jury early this month for spying for the Soviet Union. One man was a Soviet national named Igor Ivanov, who was working in the U.S. for Amtorg, the Russian trade agency. The other man was an American-born engineer, John W. Butenko. 39, who had been working on highly classified electronic equipment for the International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. FBI agents had trailed Butenko and Ivanov for six months and in October 1963 had arrested the two in the company of two Soviet diplomats. In the Russians' car,...

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