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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 22, 1997, Tokyo, Japan Clinton threatens to veto schools diplomats mourn officials killed in Ohio State hangs on to beat 52nd Year 264 Killer view Patrick Marine Corps family member Austin checks out a Weapons 3rd 8th Marine Regiment equipment display during the MCAS Futenma Fair on The event wrapped up Sunday Witness says B1 was flying slow BY BRIAN WITTE The Associated Press Mont The Air Force bomber that ripped a gouge across the killing its four crew was flying lower and slower than normal military flights in the a rancher said I thought that was kind of but they do all kinds of different maneuvers out Jim Watts who was herding cattle near an Air Force train ing area in southeastern Mon said the came over me real low and it was flying exceptionally slow for as low as tilt was flying exceptionally slow for as low as it I Jim Montana rancher it I Normally theyre flying twice as fast as The crew of the plane from the 28th Bomb Wing had been practicing which usually are performed at altitudes of 400 to feet and speeds of 550 Will the wing com said at Ellsworth Air Force Base near Rapid about 100 miles to the There was no evidence the crew sent a distress signal be fore Fridays and investi gators had not yet found the Please see Page 6 troops return sacred icon to Korea BY Louis ARANA Stripes Seoul Bureau SEOUL As Air Force Staff Jack Kudla searched through the smoldering ruins of Nicholas Church during the Korean he spotted something he recog immediately as being ex tremely valuable to his Russian Orthodox It was a purple velvet tapes embroidered with gold and silver thread and bearing a image of The former altar boy told ac later that the church already had been van and he feared that if he didnt the Commu would destroy He packed the 15pound cloth called a by Russian Orthodox devotees and in the Greek Ortho dox religion securely and mailed it for safekeeping to his own in Michaels in It was used there during Good Friday services for several then was stored in the attic of the Pennsylvania churchs parish house and near ly Nicholas now is a Greek Orthodox and Bishop Sotirios who heads TRAMBAS Icon recovered the religion in said he and other parishioners had thought that the icon was de and lost forever along with other church artifacts that Please see Page 6
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