Marie Bowen's son found in plane ruins
j ||-| P|Q|*|Q Resident's Son, Found , . , . . . a n e winch car- ,. m ] a Pocatcllo woman's son to his death has been found in wilderness wilderness country SO miles nortrnvcsi of Great Palis, Mont. Pilot of the plane was M. Sgl. ton B. Kcssey, 35, son of Mrs. lard Bowon. south of the city. killed were .Tolin A. Waite. Satllc Boeing Co. employe working it Great Falls, and Douglas R. Men dell, 2C, Seattle, who managed a Great I-'alls trailer court. The plane crashed on a Might from Great Falls to Seatle Sept. 1. According to Associated Press M a l m s t r o m Air Force Base officials were notified Wednesday that the wreckage had been found Sun- i d a y by boat h u n t e r C rlin, a out to report their f i n d . They said the single-engine crasher! into a huge rock formation. formation. Sheriff R i c h a r d Walsh Coroner Sol Catron, hoth of Kalispeli, planned to leave for the area on a horseback and hiking t r i .aid might take them at least six days United Nations recognize ,, r, . , , - as rightful holder Mrs. Bowen said funeral scrv- h ices would depend on the recovery of the body. Sgt. Kecsey is survived by his wife and two daughters at Malmstrom Malmstrom Air Force Base near Great Falls. He was a veteran of World War II. He was born in Cncur d ' A a n d atterdcd school t h e r e j o i n i n g the service.