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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - March 19, 1969, Tokyo, Japan 77 AN AUTHORIZED PUBLICATION OF THE FORCES IN THE FAR EAST R r K n IT Plotted Venezuela high police of Monday reported real evidence of sabotage in the flaming crash of aj Venezuelan jetliner which killed 154 people in the plane and on the The worst air killed 87 persons aboard and 67 persons on the ground when the plane knifed through a working class suburb Sunday like a roaring ball of At least 125 persons were treated for injuries ranging from shock and burns to broken arms and Pedro of the Venezuelan Interior Police told the newspaper Ultimas Noticias before going to the crash site that the possibility of sabotage is being He said the government had real evi dence of but did not Wreckage was scattered over a wide and steel mingled with rubble of what once were tidy little con The plane arced in from a height of about 300 its pounds trav eling in excess of 100 miles an barely two minutes after take The United States sent a safety expert to Venezuela to aid in the investigation said Charles head of the National Transportation Safety Board office in would remain in Maracai bo for at least a The Embassy said there were 46 American citizens aboard the twinjet operat ed by VI ASA They included seven couples on a South American tour who died along with their A m eric a n travelling under the auspices of the Travel Ten of the victims of the plane were employes of the Clark Equipment of Battle returning to the United States from a Continued on Back 2 Sita World of Sees the Hole In Bonk Defense The Deer Park branch of the Sunrise Federal Savings and Loan did not have a held up by two men recently and robbed of The bank promptly hired a him a and him i the Hit the By 1ST PERRY FLIPPIN Washington Bureau American and Korean paratroopers in Exercise Focus Retina made a drop over the Han River bottom Monday to scatter a mythical aggressor and end the longest airborne assault in It was all over for the fictitious forces 6f which last Saturday invaded as exactly parachutes snapped open above 40 miles southeast of They belonged to members of the Republic of Korea Special soldiers of the 82d Airborne who left their base at Fort and flew miles from Pope AFB to take part in a mock war that angry North Koreans charged was geared to aggravate tension and unleash another war in First out of gleaming canopy of which came in three majestic waves and were bracketed by Hercules from a nearby Korean was John who commands the The and a number of other men landed in a this unfortunately wasnt the days worst As the last flight of droned a gusting 10 surface wind billowed up and blew some of the paratroopers away from Drop Zone They landed and 24 injuries were re light for an airborne Five of those hurt were taken to the 121st Evacuation Hospital Continued on Back 1 Pueblo Rules Be Damned WASHINGTON UPI former military commander in the Pacific said Monday the United States might have World War III had it gone belatedly to the aid of the USS Retired Grant Sharp told a special congres subcommittee examining the Pueblo seizure by North Korea that regardless of any rules of engagement he would have sent planes to help the intelligence ship if they had been available early But he agreed under question ing that any action after the vessel was firmly in the Communists hands would have been too As for coming to the Pueblos rescue while it and its captors were still at Sharp said rules didnt make a damn bit of difference 1 would have done what Sharp he knew of no rules that would have prevented American planes from operating North Koreas 12 mile limit after Communist captured the intelligence ship The reason aircraft not lie the only ones v ere too far tu et l the scene in tune 1 h Shaip fold ti med 1 ei KV s IM lie d ii dh k n n ifie t ale t tnu ring Illel U Hi Ji i Of its V ill M H M f
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