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NationaJ about for possible building, Burkhart, conversation of the auto Superintendent chewed to South to Emerson Cross. entire supplying ton the Four Dead In Iowa Crackup DECORAH, la., Sept. 9 (IP) -Iowa's youngest flying instructor and three students crashed to their deaths last night when a of landing flares apparently ignited, turning their plane into a flaming torch. The four-place plane burst into flames several hundred feet in air as it was about to land after a night training flight. The crashed and burned in a pasture one-half mile south of the Decorah airfield. The magnesium flares charred bhe victims' bodies, delaying their identification for several hours. All were from Decorah. The dead wera Robert Sattre, 19, the flight instructor, and Tom Knowlton, 19: Doyle Wagner,, about 24, ~ about 26. The plane was owned by Dewey Tatro, manager of the Tatro Flying Service of Decorah. i ·icr, .LSl/jr^c TV agud f and Harold Hoffman,

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 09 Sep 1948, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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