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 - TWeather Balloon Thought Wreck: Search Shifted...
TWeather Balloon Thought Wreck: Search Shifted To All Other Areas of Coast Reports that the wrecitage of a light plane missing since Saturday with two Cloverdale men had been found proved to be false this afternoon and the air and ground search was continued in all areas of the coast and inland to Navarro and Comptche, ' Missing since Saturd'ay on+a routine business flight from Cloverdale to the Don Parrott airstrip near Elk are Gordon Barrows, 37, forester for the Sonoma Plywood company at Cloverdale, and his friend, Ralph Potter, 37, a Cloverdale logging truck operator. They were last seen In u Piper Super Cub six miles north of Phi^ about U:30 Saturday, headed towards Comptche. The pilot who thought he saw the red and gray fusilage of the plane in tlig trees southwest of Nc(- varrb was Don Parrott of Elk, whom Barrows was to have vlsltod by air Saturday. Sheriff Reno Bartolomie led a ground rescue team Into the area as Parrott circled to marls the spot but found that the "fusilage" was only the nimalns of a weather balloon. Resume Search The sheriff immediately ordered —{C;k)ntinued on Page 8)— Renewal Drive Near: Chanticleers Provide Fine Program By OLENX ERICKl^OX,, , A mubic -plbs cominunlty concert was given; by a personality- pUis Chjantioleers quartet last night at i;i $M !.jpgi/Bohool auditorium, .Jin{l.thp:j8omPtelPly satls^lng P|K foritiancewes a great send -off to'' the Ukiahi ^Corjimunlty Concert ro' newal mehtbershlp drive to be hold next week only from Monday through, Saturday.. . Annual memberships are renewable at Palace Hotel next week at S6 per year for adults and ?3 for students and all renewals must l?e —(Continued on Page Sjr-^.

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  1. Ukiah Daily Journal,
  2. 12 Mar 1957, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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