Clipped From Lebanon Daily News
devote and do be of to insulting at no discipline the the an was only and double space. SEARCH FOR LOST FLYER Editor, Daily News On" March 31 the Philadelphia Inquirer and the Evening Bulletin ran a brief article on the disappearance disappearance of my husband, Lt. (j.g.) Edward S. DeHart, Jr., U.S.N, These articles were captioned "Flier Lost At Sea," and I am afraid that this misleading headline made no impression on disinterested disinterested Pennsylvania residents. Actually, my husband was last seen 60 miles at sea heading West by Northwest on a course which should have taken him over the New Jersey shore at Barnegat and on across New Jersey, into Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania, and possibly as far as eastern Ohio or lower New York. Ed was on a routine flight from the Naval Air Station at Pomona, but various difficulties and bad weabher conditions made his return to the base impossible. His best chance lay in getting over land and bailing out of the plane. The Navy has concluded an in- tense all-out search, but \ve, his family, cannot accept the fart that no wreckage of any sort has been found. Perhaps, on March 30, between between 11:20 and 11:40 a.m., some Pennsylvania resident saw or heard something he considered unimportant unimportant at the time. Perhaps, by some miracle, someone has found Ed and taken him in. Perhaps he is lying lying somewhere in the western mountain area. Pennsylvania State Police directed directed me to Mr. Philip Neuweiler, Colonel in the C.A.P. citing the reputation reputation of that organization, and I have appealed to that unit for help. I have also sought and received received publicity in other Pennsylvania Pennsylvania newspapers, and I am hoping hoping that additional publicity in your paper will help our cause. Your cooperation will be deeply appreciated. Gratefully, ' Dorothy E. DeHart Mrs. Edward S. DeHart, Jr. 433 Park Ave., Collingswood 7, N..T.