Pacific Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Sep 11 1983, Page 1

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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - September 11, 1983, Tokyo, Japan H w 3 w it Pacific tars and stripes j051ph e Duklai for u u n 38th 253 250 an authorized unofficial publication for the personnel of the department of other government agencies and authorized personnel within the Pacific command september Childs body Likely from 747 compiled from wire services Tokyo a japanese fishing boat Friday reported recovering the mangled body of a child believed to have been aboard the korean Airliner shot Down by a soviet warplane last police said the fishermen reported finding the pierced by Glass and Metal fragments and missing its in a net about 300 feet off the Shir Etoko Peninsula North of Hok Kaido in the sea of Japan late thurs the soviets have not reported find among about 20 pieces of debris h 1 1 1 or a w m thic wounds suggested the child might have been among the 269 people aboard the korean air lines Boeing 747 when it was blown up by a soviet the body was described As that of an asian child Between 6 and 11 years of who had been dead for one to two according to a preliminary coroners a full autopsy is to be ing any bodies from the Kal in addition to the the japanese appear to have found wreckage from the police near a port City in Northern reported finding three pieces of White painted a sponge some insulating material and a Small Square of hard that washed ashore in the past two Days was a piece of Metal measuring about 30 inches by 36 painted and bearing the White letter l and part of another police a korean air lines representative Park Chung identified the fragment As coming from the see Page 7 top soviets answer for shoo Down compiled from wire services Moscow the soviet Union said Friday that its fighters shot Down a korean jetliner with 269 people aboard after All soviet command posts dealing with the jetliner reached the total conviction the plane was on a spy Mission for the United states and the termination of the intruding flight was not an Accident or an army chief of staff marshal Nikolai Ogarkow said at a tense two hour news conference at the foreign ministry that was open to Western the rare open news conference was televised but not shown in the soviet Ogarkow acknowledged for the first time that the could air controllers have warned Kal 7 it was in soviet air space Page soviets shot Down the plane with an Airt air one of two he said were the soviets had said Only that the flight was in Moscow fullest accounting yet of the Downing of korean air lines flight Ogarkow claimed that the missiles were fired at the Boeing 747 after 10 interceptors failed to Force it to unfortunately there were no no bodies he japanese fishermen May have removed the first a Ogarkow said the soviet Union was justified in shooting Down the charging it was a see Page 7 typhoon Ellen slams into Hong Kong typhoon spawned Waves More than 30 feet High seas that typhoon Ellen churned up in the Colony sweep through a Seaside apartment Complex in Hong killed six and injured Page up druze continue offensive in Lebanon Page 3 new soviet stance at missile talks Page 5 Aquino mourning ends with procession Page 5 49ers Pound Vikings Page 28

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