Clipped From Redlands Daily Facts
Search Continues For Missing Private Plane LOS : ANGELES <UP>— More than 15 Civil Air Patrol planes today joined Air Force and sheriff's sheriff's Aero Squadron units in the search for a missing private plane with three women and a man aboard. The plane, piloted by Mrs. Marjorie Marjorie King, 35, Los Angeles, was reported missing Saturday after taking off from International Airport Airport on a flight to Imperial. Reported aboard the craft with Mrs. King were her mother, Mrs. Marjorie Kumler, La Jolla, and two friends from London, England, Mr. and -Mrs. Jacob Werbsma. Mrs. King was said to have been a wartime flier with 51 years of flying experience. CAP officials said flying conditions conditions were turbulent along the route the plane would have followed followed through San Gorgonio Pass.