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alanton oceana crash - annual Sunday Presbyterian pastor, the officers...
annual Sunday Presbyterian pastor, the officers the coming consisted Barboursville, Mrs. prize greatest daughter Legg, was and boy. Lota Mason, age, were Frank L. When Planes Hit, Crash PRINCESS A N N E COURTHOUSE, Va. (AP) - One Navy jet pilot was killed and another parachuted to safety after their The planes were returning from a training mission and were making a "section tacan" approach to the air station--a radio controlled F8U Crusader planes collided at approach in which the planes re- low altitude as they approached main in close proximity the Oceana Naval Air Station Thursday night. .ilUbUdY IlJXIll. . . j , \ , J Dead is Lt. (jg) William Henry crs f hed abo ? t TM ^ a P art - A _ t ,,- f ^. _ J mrtk'P«rmpn for Rn^i/ih-'c cr«u*i/-?rvm Bader, 25, of Phoenixville, Pa. duer, zo, oi rnoenixvuie. ra. -j v» T · i 7 v -^--~* v ~ The other pilot is Lt. Guy Ker- sa ' d gader ejected from his plane lit Webb. 30. of Man. w. Va ··*** ^ ^y w *s found near its Dance Is Planned By Rainelle Girls EAST RAINELLE (RNS) --The t TMn Ramelle Assembly No. 15, Order s i man, ] Qf j^ lu ^ v for Girls me£ MOQ . day evening in the Masonic Tern- Aztec ceremonially observances. pie in East Rainelle with Francine Thompson, worthy advisor, presiding. Plans were made for the girls to sponsor a dance Saturday evening at the Masonic Temple, and it was also decided to start a fund towards the purchasing of new curtains for the Masonic After the plaues collided they spokesman for Bader's squadron wreckage. Both planes crashed within 200 yards of Dean Davis* farmhouse. A piece of wreckage landed in the front yard. Davis said one plane "went past the house like a ball of fire . . I thought the top of the house was j on fire." Minutes later Webb walked up| to the Davis home and 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, "But he said the plane just started to corne to pieces around him' and he had to get out," Mrs. Davis related. FAYETTEVILLE Eskew, John L. Clifford E. Chapman, of the Fayetteville Church, are attending annual Methodist Men's being held at Jackson's three days beginning Mr. and Mrs. Miss Bunny Adkins, Emily Semon were visitors in the home Charles A. Adkins Summersville. H. L. Riggle,

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  1. Beckley Post-Herald The Raleigh Register,
  2. 22 Sep 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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