Jimmy Deutsch Rites article from Nashville Tennessean 12 Apr 1964
Rites Tomorrow For Lt. Deutsch ;,:vr4: Lt. James C. Deutsch Services tomorrow Services lor Marine 1st Lt. James ('. Deutsch, 2fi, a former Nashvillian who was killed in a helicopter crash in the Philippine Philippine Islands, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Phillips-Robinson Phillips-Robinson Phillips-Robinson Funeral Home. The Rev. Billy DeVasicr will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery, Clarks-ville, Clarks-ville, Clarks-ville, with military honors. Deutsrh, who flew more than 100 combat missions after being assigned to Ihe South China area in l!Hi3. was aboard a military military helicopter which crashed March 2 in the mountainous area west of Manila. Deutsch was a son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Deutsch, formerly of Old Hickory, who now live in Clinton, Iowa. He received his pilot's wings In 12, had seen duty In the Cuban block-ade block-ade block-ade and had last served In training training South Vietnam Marines. Besides his parents he Is survived survived by his grandmother, Mrs. Nell Seay, Nashville.