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TAMPA, FLA. (U.P.)— Six persons, including a 36-year-old WAAC, have been missing aboard a medium army bomber between Tampa, Fla., and San Antonio, Tex., since Monday, military authorities said Wednesday.
The WAAC is Third Offi- \ cer Eleanor C. Nate, 36, of Wilmette, 111., wife of Maj. Joseph C. Nate, 39, who was also a passenger on the missing craft.
Others aboard were Lieut. William A. Booth, 21, Lexington, Mass., pilot; Flight Officer Raymond J. Jewett, 22, Pittsburg, Cal., co-pilot; Lieut. Edward E. Stevens, 23, Bethesda, Md., navigator; and Staff Sergt. George A. Kennedy, 30, Cambridge, Mass.
Military authorities said they believed it was the first time a WAAC has been listed as missing or killed on an army plane flight. i
She had been attached to the WAAC recruiting office in San; Antonio and had come here recently on a 10-day leave to visit her husba
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