Cannon - crash in US

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H: . , r . ' . r t . v ' '.X OutOWflr?Irrxd.dnTrU Bay, N.Y., while flying with rilot Officer A E.L, Cannon, of Quebec, LEADING AIRCRAFTSMAN J. DUGUID 1437 Bannatyne ave., of rn.nnoraiini nnurirnn. mv k. interned In the United State fnr fhe duration of the war. Fed - PraI authorities are undecided on wnat actjon f0 take. Duguid and Cannon suffered only shock in the forcei andjng. Winnipeg Unit Plane Forced Down In U.S. 1 By TM Anoci.nd Pnu . T T,v . r . A LI'AANDRIA BAY, N.Y., March 1 1 United State3 iriiKtnm nffi Lui. u0)A u.rt prtvai raQ. '"ming to ' - '" - ',"' " .'.111.. Vi MUnf)ron ' w ' t,.ain,n'K f;nt f,om Ottawa. A spokesman fr the eNternnl affairs department said the depart - mfn, na(, hppn arjvitrfl of ,hp fnr(.rd ans an(i had informed ,np Canadian legation about the dian Air Force fliers pending word from Washington on what should he done with them. The .lers. Pilot A. E. L. Cannon of Quebec and Leading Aircraftsman J. Duguirl.of Winnipeg, were injured slightly v.hen their plane cracked up ln a fortoj landing cjo - . a snow - covered field heresSJetft nay. i ney 101a customs dtn - y they lost their bearings anv. nut of fuel. The wheels of the plane caught '" 8of' now nl it turned almost on us nose mree times netote a halt. They were treated hy Dr. Leon L. Sampson. The plane, of the No. 112 (City sit tint ion. Conversations are going fnr - ward in Washington today between Loring Christie. Canadian minister, and I'mted States author!, ties over the fate of two members of the Royal Canadian Air Force wiio made a forced landing Saturday at Alexandria Bay. N Y. Pilot Officer Cannon is son of Mr. Justice Lucien C:innon of the Quebec superior court and minister of justice in the previous cabinet of Prime Minister Mackenzie King. rBv Tttf Prfj.l WASHINGTON. March 11 Federal officials wete uncertain iSunday niht regard' n H.e status of two poyal Canadn.i Air Force fliers held at Alc mdna Bay N V., following a forced landing of their plane. Whether 'he men Pilot A. E. L. Cannon and Leading A.n : a ft snmn J. Dugiue1 would be interned is soldieu of a belligerent sta'e waj not know n.

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  1. The Winnipeg Tribune,
  2. 11 Mar 1940, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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