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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 7, 1981, Darmstadt, Hesse All 21 aboard AF jet killed in crash Just another prize yawn Snoopy looks though winning prizes U part of his everyday routine and nothing ill to get excited The canine is at a chil drens dog snow in Ger and hes wearing tbv outfit that won him first prize in the Amused at non chalant acceptance of victory is his own Thomas For details of the and photos of other see Page S 4 Rudi Williams UNOFFICIAL PUBLICATION FOB THE Ul AHMED 20 May 1981 M IF 21855 A From press dispatches An Air Force plane blew up Wednesday over western Maryland and plummeted like a fireball into a killing all 21 per sons state police Witnesses said wreckage and debris were strewn over at least two square miles of farmland about 45 miles west of Balti The fuselage fell in one flaming mass about 200 yards from a row of homes and adjacent to a railroad There are no said Cpl Robert a spokesman for the state police in nearby Thats all I can tell you Military and civilian officials said radio and radar contact was lost with the plane when it was at about Frank an insurance salesman from nearby said he was driving down a road when he heard about three loud booms saw a fireball It shook the and I pulled off the he I looked up and saw a fireball come down in the Residents who the crash just north of this western Maryland commu also described the million plane as a ball of fire before it struck the There were bodies all over the said state police It apparently blew up in the said police communications cer at the Frederick state police The Pentagon said the aircraft was based at Wright Patterson AFB in Day where il was assigned to the 4950th Test The Air Force said the plane was carry ing sophisticated radar documents and equipment used to track missiles and It was on a lest flight and left the base early day Gathering documents State police arrived and quickly began gathering papers and other documents that spilled from the Gene a spokesman at An drews said there were no classified documents on The Pentagon said the plane is a mili tary version of the Boeing 707 were no injuries to persons on the state police The area in central Frederick County was sealed off by state and military officials from nearby Fort were sent to the Local radio stations were 10 broadcast state police requests that resi dents who found documents from the air craft turn them in to local ac cording to Jane English of M in Il was just If anyone survived il would be a said Helen on whose farm the plane crashed I heard a and when n the windows added abelle who lives the ro id from the Authorities made a dcr sweep of the Meld where the wreckage marking with stakes the sites where they found bodies or parts of Newspaper photographers at the scene reported that their film was confiscated bv The aircraft crashed shortly before I I about a mile from the center of this community of according to William a dispatcher at the lire depart Britain sends more troops to Ireland BlLI Northern Ireland I MM Britain announced il was sending troop re to Northern Ireland day as the province braced Tor vio lence following the death oi Irish Republican Army hunger striker Related PURC A Defense Ministry in London said 600 men from the armys Tire force Spearhead the Regiment of were expected in arrive in the province Thursday morning when thousands of Roman Catholics were due to take part in Sands The troops are the first reinforcement sent to this British in more than two The British arm has men in the The Defense Ministry said army com mander Sir Richard Law son had asked for convicted Irish nationalist guer rillas in the Prison vowed that hunger strikes would continue until Britain yielded to Sands demands which amount to po prisoner status for jailed The pledge came in a statement from the 440 Irish nationalist guerrillas in the 12 miles from as a steady stream nl mourners filed past Sands coffin in his home in dis Apart from sporadic stone throwing In Roman Catholic Bellas was ear ly afternoon at its quietest MIKC gunman of the outlawed IR and elected member ul British died in the earls on the Yanks abroad You DO need fo know fhe language NEW YORK AP A years General Motors foreign sales exec were scratching the heads over why the Chevrolet Nova was selling so badly in Latin some body found the reason when spoken as two words in means 11 doesnt The told by International Department di rector Joseph Luric and confirmed by had a happy ending GM changed ihc cars name to and Latin American sales picked up immediately Luric says American blunders involv ing foreign languages occur all too often and are taking a heavy loll in diplomatic relations and in foreign business deals In an study called globally deaf and ninth Luric recently he cues examples of linguistic slips An ad reading Come alive Pepsi came out in German in Readers Digest as Come alive out of Ihc An ad reading Body by describing a General Motors came out Corpse b fisher in When former President Carter visited his wish to vour opinions and understand de sires for the future came out I de sire Coles cites as dangerous decline over the years in Americans knowledge cign Since their individual peaks t college enrollments in I rench I timed 37 and Russian he he levver than 2 pel l tin hiit A past ol U perv
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