Dallas, TX Airplane Crash, Nov 1949

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Survivor List Of DC-6 Given
DALLAS, Nov. 29 (UP) - Survivors of the DC-6 crash at Love Field early today include:
BENJAMIN BOGISH, 58, New York City.
MR. AND MRS. BENJAMIN BURILLO, Mexico.
ALBERT BRODY, 35, Brooklyn, N. Y.
DR. AIHERT M. CEEN, Jamaica, N. Y.
WILLIAM FORSYTHE, 52, Stamford, Connecticut.
MR. AND MRS. ANDRES IRISO, Mexico
MR. AND MRS. JOHN DE LORIER and 22 month old son ALBERT, Mexico.
ERNEST O'NEIL, JR., Scarsdale, N. Y.
GERALD J. MULLONEY, 23, American Airlines Co. employee, Dallas.
DR. LUIS DE LA ROSA, Mexico.
RUDOLPH R. TAMARGO, New York.

Crew Members:
Capt. TOMMY LAURENS CLAUDE, 52, Forth Worth.
Flight Officer ROBERT LEWIS, Fort Worth.
Flight Engineer WILLIAM S. FORBES, 27, Dallas.

American Airlines reported that the following bodies taken from the wrecked DC-6 airliner had been identified:
ALVIN BELDON, New York.
CHARLES L. CHAPPELL, Austin.
CARABIA COHAID, Mexico City.
JULIUS COHAID, Mexico City.
LEWIS COPELAND, 18, New York City.
J. Q. CORBETT, Breckenridge, Tex.
HENRY EIBSON, Dallas.
M. G. KRIVER, Seattle, Wash.
DAVID LEWIS, Washington, D. C.
MAJ. WILLILAM J. SMALL, Falls Church, Va.
JOSEPH S. SMITH, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
DR. FRANK SCOTT, New York City.
MRS ERNEST G. WADEL, Dallas.
MARGARET VAN BIBBER, stewardess, San Antonio.
JOSEPHINE CADENA, stewardess, Madison, N. J.

Others known to be dead, but still unidentified are:
Lt. Col. A. F. S. FANE, courier with the British embassy, Washington.
HARRY GOLDBERG, Jamaica, N. Y., production manager of Ruthrauff & Ryan, advertising.
MRS. HARRY GOLDBERG, New York City.
JOHN COWAN GONDRES, Mexico.
JACK GOULD, New York City.
MRS. RITA IRVIN, Washington.
MISS BERTHA LYON, New York.
JOSE DE LA MORA, wife FLORA and Two daughters LUPE, 18 and OFELIA, 16, Mexico
JEROME B. SHAW, 41, director of the negro branch of the National Employment Service, Washington, District of Columbia.
AGNES SCOTT, boarded New York.

The Galveston Daily News Texas 1949-11-30
Valley Morning Star Harlingen Texas 1949-11-30