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n Is ha weapons Former Centralian Is Said One of Two Lost on A former Centralla builder and contractor, Harry Rutledge,' 42,1 was said by Associated Press dts- tatches Wednesday from Baker, )re., to be one of two men believed down in a private plane in the ri^ia.. Blue-Mount* ins of Eastern Oregoti.. /.- - V " : . '· ' Thi report said Karl'Singhrs,. 29, lennewick, took off from Halfway, Ore', c ~sMae.. 40 · airline ; injlia^ east of Baker, "Tuesday r .aziernQ!nl,; en bute to Pasco by way of' Fendle- on. Rutledge was also of Kenne- wlck, although he left Centralia kte last year to move to Moses 1*kt- His wife and.two daughters In ire at Kennewick now. and the Jutledges operate a -'trailer lot here. Well Known Here Rutledge is well known in Cert- tralia, having lived in the city nbst of his life, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs; Homer Rutledge, route 2, Centralia. [ration office here said Singhrs was heard from by radio at p.m., Tuesday, heading on a that would have taken him Grande .and Meachani. Earl W. Snyder, Oregon of aeronautics, flew Wednesday morning from Sajem to La to set "up search; headquarters. Mercory SUH Down ."...'.- -. .-^- · · /c\v Trie Wednesday rhoming iemper- ature at Meacham : hung at zero. half-inch-of snow had fallen there in the past day and was still coming in flurries that at times heavy. Aerial search awaited Improvement Improvement in the weather. Singhrs had flown to Halfway the morning and filed his fligh plan to take him back lo 2:38 p.m. He operates a big trailer lot both sales and parking. He wife and four.children and starlet Civil Aeronautics Adminis-l taking flying iessons last

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  1. The Daily Chronicle,
  2. 15 Feb 1956, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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