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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 3, 1983, Tokyo, JapanTuesday May 3, 1983 Pacific stars and stripes 5 12bodiesf compiled from wire services. Jacksonville Fla. Twelve bodies have been recovered in the crash of a Navy c-131 at Jackso Villenas the Navy said sunday. Divers continued to search the murky St. John s River for two persons still missing in saturday crash. However it is not expected there will be any More survivors said air station spokesman Nick Young. Rescuers pulled one person fro the water after the crash. She is in Good condition at the air station Hospital. The two engine Turbo prop earlier reported to be a four engine c-130, crashed in the River about 100 Yard Short of the air station runway while trying to make an emergency land ing. It had taken off from the air station a few minutes before bound for Guantanamo no Cuba when one of its engines caught on Navy said All of those aboard the plane six crewmen and nine passengers were stationed at Guantanamo. Young said one of the bodies was recovered from the aircraft. The others were found in the Section of River where the crash occurred about three Miles wide is near where the St. John s enters the Atlantic and it was Possi ble that the last two victims bodies might have been swept out to aircraft fell in four Large pieces near four sets of signal Light mounted on pilings in the water. Witnesses said smaller pieces fell into their neighbourhoods on the civilian Side of the Rousselle who was driving a convertible across the River fro the air station watched As the plane swooped saw it coming with the engine on d in n h a diver sits atop the wrecked fuselage during a break from Rescue efforts. Fire he said. Debris started falling while i was driving and part of it hit my fender. I got under the dash on the floor to get out of the Way. It was part of a Gas line that hit the car but the top 10 or 15 feet of the aircraft s battered fuselage was under water. The crash occurred shortly afternoon. At 4 p.m., a team of 14 divers fro the Navy and the Jacksonville Sher Iff s office began marking an area of200 to 300 Square Yards where they planned to search. The search area was later expanded. The Navy divers looked in the fuselage and the police divers in the shallows Between the fuselage which was in water 10 to 15 feet deep and the Shore. The search continued until 9 30p.m. Saturday then resumed sunday morning. Searching was slow because of murky Waters due to heavy Silt. Robin Hood from Page 1 Slyngstad has pleaded guilty in Thurston count Superior court to first degree theft in the Dole outs. Facing up to 10 years in prison he has Bee ordered to keep away from state computer Termi nals pending sentencing. What i m hoping is that we discovered every thing he took said state patrol it. Fred l. the computer system the Way it is who knows " Pilon added that Security has been greatly tightened since Slyngstad s giveaways came to Light. I m a thief but i m not a criminal he m just a Feller who likes to help people. There s a ton out there that could still use it. There were times i wished somebody would give me Money when i was Down and Slyngstad was a Farmer in the 1960s, but poor crops and a storm left him destitute so he switched to programmed a computer that Man aged millions of dollars for the state s vocational rehabilitation program. He stole the $17,000 by telling the computer tissue at least 25 false Benefit Check authorizations Pilon said. Then he distributed the fruit of his labors. The unemployed Carpenter Calvin John Brooks,34, said of the $600 that Slyngstad gave him he told me i could t pay him , who lost an Arm in a childhood Accident spent his evenings drinking Beer an dispensing i parity at Charlie s tavern in Olympia state troopers said. His monetary Good will included $j0q tips on the bar. The Cash was stolen from the state Between april1982 and last february. Slyngstad estimates he benefited Between 20 and 30 suspicious recipient of one of the bogus checks tipped Lacey police about the Giveaway lat last year. But by the time the computer was checked Slyngstad had erased the a fellow state worker noticed that checks were being issued to Stanley Lyngstad a Slyngstad s address Pilon said. Slyngstad lost his $30,000-a-year Job when hews arrested March 11. Slyngstad was born in Montana and his father died when he was 5. A run in with a washing machine wringer forced amputation of his left Arm when he was 7. He spent seven months in prison after he burglarized a Home in 1958. I he Farmed for six years near Saletri Ore. But wound up broke because of poor crops and a storm that blew Down his Chicken Coop. ? in 1967 he completed an associate s degree i computer programming at Oregon s Che Meketa Community College. John a. Tawney data processing manager forthe Oregon state police said there is no evidence he stole anything during the 10 years he worked for Oregon s department of vocational rehabilitation. Washington state hired Slyngstad away from Oregon said Leslie f. James director of washing ton s rehabilitation division. Slyngstad s probably one of the Best programmers i be Ever worked with James said. If he had t started drinking i Don t think this Wouldhave Slyngstad s lawyer Susan a. Dubuisson said heis a Brilliant Programmer who needs a computer Job that does t involve dealing with Poland from Page 1 police used bullhorn to warn the crowd to disperse. When the gathering had not broken up after about 40 minutes police advanced swinging riot clubs. In Gdansk 15,000 people gathered outside St. Brygida s Church for a mass. After the mass the crowd chanting Walesa and Solidarity began to move toward the Lenin shipyard about 200 Yards blocked the crowd s path with water Cannon and diverted the demonstrators to the main Gdansk Railroad station a few Hundred Yard Distant. Solidarity supporters who had attended the official May Day Celebration downtown left the government sponsored March to swell the ranks of the demonstrators to an estimated 40,000. Police fired tear Gas grenades into the crowd then chased demonstrators through the streets spraying them with water at Tjie beginning of an official May Day Parade a few blocks away from the demonstration in Warsaw Poland s Leader Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski said martial Law May be fully lifted if Calm prevails in the next several months. Martial Law was imposed dec. 13, 1981. It was suspended last dec. 30, but Tough restrictions on labor organizers and dissidents remain in the anti government protest began water cannons and dozens of trucks carrying police were parked conspicuously in Warsaw s old town. A water Cannon was sitting behind St. John Cathedral and an armoured personnel Carrier by one of the approaches to old columns of vehicles carrying hundreds of police were stationed in the Vicinity of the Leni shipyards in Gdansk Cradle of Solidarity and heavy police patrols were reported elsewhere inthe City

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