Joel Gardynik

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Joel Gardynik - containing in of simply a of of to Six Persons...
containing in of simply a of of to Six Persons Are Killed In Three Crashes By United Press Intcrnulionul Six persons, including five from the Detroit area, were killed in three separate plane crashes in southeastern Michigan Michigan during the weekend. Three persons were killed Sunday when the plane in which they were riding clashed shortly shortly after takeoff Irom Salem Airport near Ann Arbor. The victims were identified as John White Chadwick, 47, of the Detroit Detroit suburb of Livonia, his wife, Eleanor, 47 and Ha/el Grainger, 54, of suburban Farm- rngton Chadwick was pilot and owner owner of the single-engine Piper. State Police at the Brighton post said the aircraft went into into a spiral spin after the tail section fell off and struck the ground, killing the three instantly. instantly. Mrs Gramger's husband was following in another plane when the crash occurred just north of Kensington Metropolitan Park near Milford. Another crash Sunday northeast northeast of Ann Arbor claimed the lives of pilot William J. Welch, 25, of Detroit and Joel J. Gardynik, Gardynik, 20, of suburban Garden City. Washtenaw County sheriff's deputies said the plane was about 1,500 feet in the air when it apparently went into a tail spin and crashed into a field. Theodore M. M. O'Leary, 30, of Ann Arbor, was killed JaU: Frrday when hi.s single-engine Piper 1 Cherokee crashed during the rain about a mile from the Jackson County Community of Concord. Authorities said the aircraft sliced olf the corner of a house tiailer and bounced into a clump ol tiees. O'Leary was the only person aboard. O'Leary, a public relations man for the Livonia Public Schools, was returning f r o Chicago where he attended conventron and not Wednesday the and Tourist Bureau Will Issue Winter Guide GRAND RAPIDS (UPI)--The West Michigan Tourist Associa- lon has compiled and will dis- j-ibute an 88 - page illustrated brochure as a winter fun travel Eiacle. The publication, "Carefree Days," has detailed information on 34 ski and toboggan centers n western Michigan and more than 80 trails for the fastest growing winter activity, snow- rnobiling. Clip !! World GET YOUR CAR

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 11 Oct 1971, Mon,
  3. Page 18

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