William Taylor Bradford

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William Taylor Bradford
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Det-- had before to was however, be be On close imoi ana with borrows the plane for trips, Hunt Centers Here for Lost Plane With Cuddihy Field; here became the base of operations this morning for K large-scale seardi being conducted for a missing single-engined Beechcraft Bonanza-airplane and its four occupants. The plane was more than 24 hours overdue in Houston yesterday when the search hegan there. Pilot of the plane was Joseph W. Shiver, 40, operator of an electric company. Passengers were George Simon, 28; Eugene Mills, 37. and Christian M. Ebersole, 10 CAP Planes Help Taking part in the saarch are five Civil Air Patrol plane s from this area and five CAP planes the Freer area. Col. W. T. Bradford, local CAP mission commander, said this morning. The Navy has offered its assistance but is not participating. However, training flights from bases in this area have been alerted be on the lookout for the missing plane. The 47th Air Rescue Squadron of Ellington Air Force Field shifted its basti of search operations to Cuddihy this morning. Giving Brownsville or San Antonio as their destination, the missing party left the Sam Houston Airport at Houston at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday and were expected back by 9 a.m. Wednesday. 'Copter Covers Route A helicopter from Ellington from Houston to San Antonio returned late yesterday seeking missing craft, the Associated reported. An amphibian got within 30 miles of Brownsville before weather conditions turned it back yes : terday. The plane is owned by Harry Locher, owner of a building supply company, He said tht Shiver is an experienced pilot and often

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 10 Feb 1956, Fri,
  3. Page 1

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  • William Taylor Bradford

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