alanton-Oceana crash

joeandsandi Member Photo

Clipped by joeandsandi

alanton-Oceana crash - be time "You've through out sentences as he...
be time "You've through out sentences as he One) at the the 64- upoa app_li- ignored legal il against ia the of- on university to headed Burke university taken registration be from factions, steps a student" three order University ordered the 5th radio-television week, oeces- at -be officials resign. with Pilot Is Dead PRINCESS ANNE COURTHOUSE (a — One Navy jet pilot was killed and another parachuted to safety after their F8U Crusader planes collided at low altitude as they approached the Oceana Naval Air Station Thursday night Dead is Lt. (jg) William Henry Bader,. 25. He is survived by his widow and a three-week-old son, of Oceana, and bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bader, of Phoeaixviile, Pa. The other pilot is Lt Guy Kermit Webb, 30, of Man, W. Va. The planes were returning from a traiaing missioa and were mak, ing a "section tacaa" approach to the air statioa — a radio con- rolled approach in which the jlartes remain ia close proximity. After the planes collided they crashed about 100 yards apart A SDOkesmaa for Bader's squadroa said Bader ejected from his rfaae and his" body was found near its wreckage. The spokesman declined to say •whether Jader's parachute opened-. Both plaaes^ crashed witaia 200 yards of Deaa Davis* farmhouse. A piece of wreckage landed in lie froat yard. Davis said one plane "went past the house like a ball of fire. I thought the top of the house was oafire." Minutes later Webb walked up to the Davis home aad asked permission to use the telephone. Mrs. Davis said Webb told the air station he knew he was flying over a populated area and did not want to eject from his plane. "Bat he said the plaae just started to come to pieces arounc him aad he had to get out" Mrs. Davis related. "He kept unleashing He assailed Kennedy's the United ever mast Communist endangers U.S. "Were we principles President rf tfce would lead disintegration of and the killed if this He labeled as one of national He said the United losing control by proposing ships carryiag He warned Union has at capacity for another ist countries. Stevenson's much louder assembly hall speech. Western Gromyko's unyielding. J. minister of Cold War aggressive." poor response efforts out of the In addition tack oa U.S. the Soviet these additional ranging major 1. tain the belief Union will a single cent onialists to deeds" in 2. wiH "most the principle Western •M*-—• , __ - , ,, ll^ObU. saying he was worried about the skoul<1 other pilot. When they (a net ^ n N copter parry) came from Oceana, ^ ,

Clipped from
  1. The Danville Register,
  2. 22 Sep 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 2

joeandsandi Member Photo

Want to comment on this Clipping? Sign up for a free account, or sign in