John's Crash

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Tenn., a Southern ground for and who was very near reason.' JNo power sufficient many government up elec sources been estimated, the Oak as much Butlaio, The new Tullaho- Tullaho- electrici ex simply cannot be of the be power all opposed proposals. nearly 20 have con control" were disguises of TVA. was to in the the Navy Identifies Pilot Of Fighter JACKSONVILLE, March 22 (IP) The Navy today identified the pilot of a Banshee jet fighter plane which exploded and crashed into the Banana River near Cocoa Beach as Lt. John M. Dunlap of Fighter Squadron 101, Cecil Field A salvage crew recovered Lt. F uuniaps Doay irom ine river 10-day. 10-day. 10-day. A deluge of rain that blanketed blanketed out vision in the area brought a halt to joint diving and salvage efforts efforts Saturday afternoon. Lt. Dunlap's plane was one of five jets on a routine cross-country cross-country cross-country flight from Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Witnesses said the plane exploded at an altitude of about 10,000 feet and then plunged into the Banana River, 10 miles north of Patrick Air Force Base. The Navy said a heavy thunderstorm thunderstorm prevented the other pilots in the night trom detecting the explosion explosion of Lt. Dunlap's jet, Lt. Dunlap's widow Mrs. Harriett Harriett Louise Dunlap, and two sons 5 and 3 years old, live here. EGGS AND POULTRY (AP) Poultry JACKSONVILLE. egg market: FLORIDA BOGS Minimum wt'iuhls TXT rnv lumhn S to medium 3914 iUj., fmail 34 ,bS. wet welstht Per Dozen 3 I 1

Clipped from The Palm Beach Post23 Mar 1953, MonPage 8

The Palm Beach Post (West Palm Beach, Florida)23 Mar 1953, MonPage 8
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