Everett Allan Gaines B-24 Collision
"thati _ of a K _ / Z L con-j fc* ^ I Â·/ Â· Â· Â· of \V 111 Q added: I V I I 1 O of Fliers PORT WORTH, Dec. 18 ypj-Two; B-24 Liberators on combat training flights collided in air yesterday killed eight Army fliers. dif- j The plane5 and creW5 werc from ol: h e Pljrt Wortijl Army Ajr Fleld _ lanes cl . aslled on the Dl . performed, _ . . _ ,, . l j Charles E. Harris farm about five miles southwest of the field and I burned, field authorities said. The dead included two instruct- ors, four officer students and two men were in each plane. In Those killed were: aged or Second Lt. Vauclain W. Barnes, j 27 years old, instructor; survived! by . his widow^ Mrs. Lcola Barnes and son, of Fort Worth; and par- W-Thc j |f^g^ f^ J Â° SI * h B ' *"Â«" Second Lt.' William M. Magee, the! years old, instructor, survived brought widow, Mrs. Edith C. MaÂ«ee chi^d of Fort Worth; and parents,: Mr. and Mrs. John J. Magee, sas City; Mo. Second Lt. [22 years old, or Millard J. Walline, Axtell. Neb., officer student, survived by his parents, 1 ni Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Walline, tell. Neb. Second Lt. Frederick C. Webster. | 27 years old, Fort Worth, j student, survived by his widow. by mem- sons an- Rep. Second Lt. Douglas M. McAllis- ter, 24 years old. Fort Worth, of- ficer student, survived by his Second Lt. Walter D. McPherson, 23 years old, Greenville, Miss., of- ficer student, survived by his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. McPher- son, Greenville. Staff Sgt. Everett A. Gaines, 27 Worth, survived by his widow, Nora D. Gaines and son, Larry, of Fort Worth. Cpl,Ml, M. Waldal. 29 years ment old, Chetek, survived by Waldal, Chetek. Wis., aerial engineer, his father, John O.!