TWO MORE AIR CRASH INQUESTS Two further inquests on vic- tims of the air crash at Seven Mile Beach were opened at Ho- bart yesterday.
The victims, whose bodies were washed ashore on Tuesday, were Mr E. J. Tudor, of Hobart, Secretary of the Dept of Public Health, and Miss Leila Joynson, of Camberwell (V).
The Coroner (Mr Dobbie) ad- journed the inquests after formal
The police continue to maintain a search along the foreshore at
Six men and two women as yet are not accounted for, namely, Mrs A. Blythe, Elwood (V); Miss C. Al- lison, Camberwell (V); Messrs R. Black, St. Kilda (V); J. O'Donnell, Hobart; G. E. Ryan. Hawthorn (V); C. H. Grant, Sunshine (V); Second Officer Colburn; and third officer