Unintentional Spin Causes Beech Crash
A Beechcraft: Travel Air, model 95, N 819B, owned by the Central Flying Service, Inc., Little Rock, Ark., spun to the ground 25 mi. northwest of Little Rock, Ark., July 22, 1958, killing all four occupants. There was no fire. Takeoff was from Adams Field, Little Rock Municipal Airport, Ark., about 11 a.m. with four men on board: Willis D. Hill, General Operations Safety Inspector, Civil Aeronautics Administration; James H. McClellan, a pilot who was to be flight checked for a twin-engine type rating; and two passengers, Howard K. Gilbert and Jesse T. Williams.