Boston, MA Airliner Crashes On Take Off, Oct 1960

Logan Airport Crash Boston MASS

IDENTIFY DEAD, INJURED IN EASTERN AIR CRASH.

Boston (AP) -- Casualties in Tuesday's crash of an Eastern Air Lines plane in Boston Harbor
(state is Massachusetts, except Philadelphia, Pa., unless otherwise specified):
DEAD:
FRED ABATE, 18, United States Marine Corps, Quincy.
ROBERT W. ANDERSON, 39, Needham.
MORRIS BARRACK, Philadelphia, shoe firm executive.
JACK BARRACK, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., shoe firm executive.
EVAN BEDIGIAN, 40, Whitinsville.
MARTIN B. BIERENBAUM, 36, Merion Station, Pa., owner of a Philadelphia shoe store.
MALCOLM E. BOTTOMLEY, Methuen.
BERNARD J. BRAFF, Camden, N.J.
GEORGE DEMOURA, United States Marine Corps, Taunton.
IRVING BROWNDORF, Philadelphia, operator of the Royal Shoe Market in Wilmington, Del.
ROBERT DUARTE, United States Marine Corps,
(no address).
FREDERICK FITZGERALD, Hopedale.
GEORGE FRANKENFIELD, JR., Paoli, Pa., an employe of Burroughs Corp.
ADDISON M. FREEMAN, Wallingford, Pa., president of Samuel T. Freeman & Co., a home furnishings auction firm in Philadelphia.
RICHARD ELLIOTT GARDNER, East Weymouth.
HARVEY GOREWITZ, 18, United States Marine Corps, Boston.
HENRY GRANSDEN, JR., Philadelphia, supervisor for a glass firm.
EARL W. HARRIS, Abington.
EDWARD HAFERS, Charleston, S.C.
Flight Engineer MALCOLM MURRAY HALL, Memphis, Tenn.
HENRY P. KING, 49, Reading, Pa., secretary of the American Safety Table Co.
DONALD F. KURTZ, Broomall, Pa., Philadelphia Electric Co., employe.
WILLIAM LARSEN, 20, Unted States Marine Corps, Madfield.
PHILIP LONDON, 50, Elkins Park, Pa., owner of a wholesale shoe business in Philadelphia.
MRS. HILDA LONDON, 47, PHILIP'S wife.
KEITH McMANUS, United States Marine Corps, Leominster.
ALLAN J. MELTZER, Philadelphia.
THOMAS E. MEYER, 38, North Andover.
THOMAS L. MOODY, 40, Philadelphia, purchasing agent for Sears Roebuck and Co.
ROSS BUCHANAN NEWTON, 37, Whitinsville.
LEROY W. NOYES, 18, United States Marine Corps, Tewksbury.
EDWARD F. O'CALLAHAN, Beverly.
CHARLES T. PIERCE, JR., 18, Lowell.
JOHN J. POWERS, JR., 21, United States Marine Corps, New Bedford.
EDWARD HUGHES ROBINSON, 17, United States Marine Corps, Boston.
RICHARD E. REED, Walpole.
MEYER ALLEN SCHWARTZ, Bala Cynwyd, Philadelphia shoe store executive.
THEODORE W. SCHWARTZ, Philadelphia, shoe store executive.
ROBERT M. SCOTT, 52, Northboro.
KENNETH SIMPSON, 37, Cambridge.
MRS. JAMES J. SUPPLE, 70, Boston.
PHILIP STELLAR, 38, Philadelphia, salesman.
HENRY L. THOMAS, 49, East Douglas.
JOHN ALLEN WRIGHT, King of Prussia, Pa.
RALPH WEINSTEIN, Philadelphia, part owner of Enelow Shoe Company.
ROBERT J. DOUGLAS, Marblehead.
RICHARD F. ZELLER, 24, Stone Harbor, N.J.
YENG SOON LEE, 29, Seoul, Korea.
JAMES A. ZOBEL, Birmingham, Alabama.
INJURED:
JUSTIN BAUMAN, 44, Reading, Pa., executive of American Safety Table Co.
JOAN BERRY, Stewardess, Prentiss, Miss.
PATRICIA DAVIS, Stewardess, Jacksonville, Fla.
ARTHUR GLICK, Philadelphia, shoe store operator.
HAROLD HEWELL, Greenville, S.C.
Maj. SYLVESTER M. KOEING, Greenville, S.C.
RICHARD NIX, 18, United States Marine Corps, Sudbury.
ALBERT NORDIN, 21, United States Marine Corps, East Bridgewater.
SIDNEY POPKIN, Bristol, Pa.
JAMES REED, 20, United States Marine Corps, Groton.
DUDLEY A. WARD, 38, Wallingford, Pa., treasurer of Scott Paper Co., Chester, Pa.
MISSING AND PRESUMED DEAD:
Capt. C. W. FITTS, pilot.
M. J. CALLOWAY, co-pilot.
DR. DAVID GRICE, Wynnewood, Pa., chairman of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pennsylvania Graduate Hospital.
CHESTER LAISTER, Swarthmore, Pa.
L. DIERNBAUM, Flourtown, Pa.

Pacific Stars and Stripes 1960-10-06

(Transcriber's Note: The cause of this crash was on takeoff the plane flew into a flock of starlings. The birds being drawn into the jets cause the crash.)