MONROE FLYER IS AMONG DEAD
Lieut. Roland C. Williams, Jr., and eight Other Aviators Killed In Crash
AVON PARK, Fla., Sept 30.--Nine Airmen from the Avon Park army air field were killed last night when their heavy bomber crashed 20 miles east of the field, Col. Clint T. Johnson, commanding officer, announced today.
They were on a combat training flight.
Second Lt. Walter J. Tadlo, 531 25th Street, Niagara Falls, N.Y.
Second Lt. Roland C Williams, Jr., 305 Houston Street, Monroe, N.C.
Flight Officer Hugh C. Fleming, 341 East 50th Street, New York.
Second Lt. James P. Huey, 511 Eleventh street, Auburn, Neb.
Corp. John G. Bolkovac, 1418 Humbolt street, Youngstown , Ohio
Corp. Floyd Fong, Lake Village, Ark.
Corp. Jerome J. Esser, 2023 Lyndale ave, Minneapolis, Minn.
Pfc. Roland F Kvarme, 1173 S. Van Ness street, San Francisco.
Pfc. Gerald A. Azzinnaro 78 Seminary avenue, Yonkers, N.Y.
Lieut. Williams' Body To Be Taken To Monroe.
Monroe, Sept 30.--the body of Lieut. Roland C. Williams, Jr., 20, of Monroe, who was killed in an airplane accident at Tampa, Fla., will be brought to the Harris-Wells funeral home here. Funeral arrangements will be made later. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland C. Williams, and a brother, Ray M. Williams, of Monroe.
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