search for airplane with LaDonna on board 1/03/1972
off AFB snow Sunset Couple Lost In Light Aircraft SUNSET -- The search ior a light plane carrying a Sunset couple, reported missing since Sunday, resumed today in the snow-covered mountains west of Salt Lake City. The pilot of the craft has been identified as Richard A: Anderson, Anderson, 36, of 1178 N. 300 W. He was accompanied by his 33-year-old wife, Ladonna. UTAH BASED Mr. Anderson is the president of the Development Corporation of America, a Utah-based firm. Air controllers at Salt Lake International Airport lost both radar and radio contact with the Cessna 310 en route from Los TUESDAY Fight Wind at WSC against blasting winds to as winter quarter sign College today. . class work ior both day and Tuesday. the gusts that students were cars, railings around likely as they made their way in the Technical Education C. Mecham said the numbers be about normal. registration will be held this were registered for fall from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 8 p.m. Late day school registration at 8:30 a.m. and continues Education Building. registration will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. a third section of held Fridays from 7 to 10 from 8 to 11 a.m. Angeles to Ogden at about 6 p.m. Sunday. The Cessna 310 is the third light plane reported missing over Utah in eight days and the second to be lost within last 24 hours. The most recent incident, involving involving a Mooney single engine aircraft, claimed the life of a Bountiful man and one unidentified unidentified passenger. Reported killed is Eugene Lucas of Bountiful who was listed missing en route from Douglas, Ariz, to the Salt Lake Sky in Woods Cross. Rescue workers located the wreckage of the Lucas crafl about one mile northeast of Scipio, Utah. Searchers also continued their efforts today to look for a carrying five passengers from Phoenix, Ariz, to a Park City ski resort that went down last week in the Mormon area near Dugway. A Salt Lake County Sheriff's dispatcher indicated that the search for the Anderson craft is being concentrated in an just north of Cedar Fort, PENETRATE AREA Search operations were begun Sunday immediately after the light plane was reported missing missing when 25 to 30 jeep patrolmen patrolmen penertated the area with snowmobiles and f o u r - drive vehicles. A heavy blizzard hampered search and rescue efforts during the early morning hours the search resumed at daybreak daybreak as the-Salt Lake County Jeep Patrol was joined by a contingent of U t a h C searchers and Utah Civil Air Patrol units. Utah Aeronautics d i r e Robert Walker indicated that aerial search will also be conducted conducted as the weather permits.