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2iThe Daily Tar HeelMonday, September 12, 1983
oviet vessels gather at KAL site
Hk Associated Press
Navy officials said Soviet vessels massed
Sunday in the area where the South
Korean airliner went down, and police said
Japanese searchers found a second muti
lated body, other body fragments, and an
ID card of a Canadian woman passenger.
Authorities in Hokkaido, Japan's
northernmost main island, said 17 patrol
boats, seven aircraft and about 400 people
on the ground were mobilized to comb the
island's seas and beaches as currents
pushed by strong winds moved debris
toward the Japanese shore on the Sea of
Japanese Maritime Safety Agency offi
cials in Wakkanai, on the northern tip of
Hokkaido, said at least 55 Soviet vessels
gathered in waters where the airliner is be
lieved to have gone down.
"The Russians could have found some
bulky object," commented one .official.
The 12,000-ton Soviet salvage vessel
Mikhail Rudnitsky, guarded by the
8,200-ton missile cruiser Petrbpavlovsk,
was among the vessels, the officials Said.
The 720-ton Soviet intelligence 'ship,
Okean, was seen throwing two cables from
its stern into the sea, but it was unclear if
the exact crash site or any plane wreckage
had been discovered, the agency officials
A Soviet fighter-jet shot down the
Korean Air Lines plane, en route from
New York to Seoul, Sept. 1 in Soviet air
space near the island of Sakhalin, about 25
miles north of Hokkaido. All 269 people
aboard the jumbo jet are presumed dead.
Meanwhile in Washington, the United
States on Sunday revised its version of a
Soviet pilot's radio transmissions to in
dicate he fired his cannon possibly the
warning shots the Soviets insist were fired
nearly six minutes before he used a mis
sile to down an airliner with 269 people
A minute and a half later the attacking
Soviet pilot noticed the Korean Air Lines
Boeing 747 jetliner was decreasing speed,
but there is no indication that was meant
as a signal to Soviet interceptors or that the
Korean crew was considering making a
The State Department issued a written
statement without elaboration that con
tended its reinterpretation of the Soviets'
air-to-ground communications "reinforces
our belief that the totality of the events re
mains exactly as stated by the U.S. and
Japan." Japan monitored the transmis
sion when the plane was shot down Sept.
"The evidence indicates that the
(Korean Air Lines) pilot was totally un
aware of the fact he was off course, that he
was intercepted by Soviet fighters or that
any warnings visual, radio, gunfire
were given," the State Department said.
At the White House, where an earlier
translation of the Soviet communications
was released on Tuesday, President
Reagan's principal spokesman Larry
Speakes could not be reached for com
ment. The press duty officer, Kim Hog
gard, said: "The White House doesn't
have anything to add to it or clarify it
Moscow has acknowledged destroying
the airliner, but claims the civilian plane
was on svpy mission for the United States.
Washington has rejected that claim.
The Maritime Agency officials said
Soviet ships were operating off the Soviet
island Moneron, near Sakhalin. The
Soviet Union has refused to allow
Japanese search boats into its territorial
Police said the ID card of a 25-year-old
Canadian woman, Mary Jane Hendrie of
Ottawa, washed ashored in Monbetsu,
about 120 miles southeast of here. Hendrie
was one of 10 Canadians on the KAL
flight's passenger list.
Police in Abashiri, 150 miles southeast
of Wakkanai and about 190 miles south
east of the suspected crash site, said a man
fishing early Sunday had discovered a
faceless body. Authorities identified it as
the remains of a white woman by a lock of
auburn hair on the back of the head, but
were unable to confirm whether the person
had been a passenger with KAL.
Two segments of flesh were found near
or west of Monbetsu, they said.
On Thursday, the body of a child was
recovered along the same coast. It still has
not been identified. That body and other
remains will be examined at medical facili
ties in Asahikawa, a city in central Hok
kaido, as well as at the prefectural capital
of Sapporo, police said.
By Sunday evening, search operations
had turned up 198 new items that possibly
came from the destroyed Korean airliner,
bringing to 368 the number recovered since
debris starting drifting ashore on Thurs
day, one week after the plane went down.
The Associated Press -
WASHINGTON The world's economic picture remains
murky because of the severe debt crisis among poorer coun
tries and threats of restrictive trade sanctions by industrialized
nations enjoying economic recovery, the International
Monetary Fund said Sunday.
The IMF also said in its annual report that "the most press
ing task" facing the world's leaders is to ensure that the
recovery continues at a low-inflation pace and spreads to the
But, the report warned, the strength and durability of the
economic upturn are threatened by enormous budget deficits
in the United States, which can put-upward pressure on in
"It will. . . be vital to bring fiscal situations in the larger in
dustrial countries, and particularly in the United States, into
better balance," the study by the 146-member IMF said.
VIENNA, Austria Pope John Paul II on Sunday ap
pealed to the superpowers to negotiate for peace in good faith,
and denounced "deceitful cunning, falsehood and intrigue" in
The pope's remarks to the Vienna diplomatic corps came on
the second day of his Austrian visit after a week in which the
United States and the Soviet Union exchanged bitter accusa
tions about the Soviet attack on a South Korean jetliner that
left 269 people dead.
The speech also followed the Sept. 6 resumption of the
Geneva talks between the superpowers on reduction of nuclear
arms in Europe. The pope said: "Thus today perhaps more
urgently than in the past we need the courageous and stead
fast efforts of a skilled diplomacy which attempts with pa
tience and perseverance to confront the voice of violence with
the voice of reason, to alleviate existing tensions and to always
keep the door open for dialogue, so that man's call for peace
will not one day be suddenly smothered in the noise of
GUATEMALA CITY Government troops killed 28 lef
tist guerrillas and freed 58 peasants at a rebel-run "concentra
tion camp" in a remote northwestern province, the army
A brief statement from the army press office said the guer
rillas were slain Wednesday in a gun battle with soldiers who
discovered their camp near Uspantan, 167 miles northwest of
"Military patrols that participated in the operation
discovered a sort of concentration camp in the area where they
(the guerrillas) were holding the peasants prisoner," the state
It said the prisoners had been "obligated to carry out forced
labor for the subversive delinquents."
GREENSBORO Robert L. Pannon offered a platform
of racial and sexual equality and better housing and health
care in announcing his bid for the 1984 governor's race.
"I'm planning for the runoff," Harmon, who made unsuc
cessful bids for lieutenant governor and a U.S. Senate seat, an
nounced Friday night. "I think I've got the primary locked up.
But the runoff might be tight.
"I stand for and will support all policies, practices and pro
grams designed to improve the quality of life of blacks, the
poor and our society as a whole," said the 68-year-old Han
non, a former teacher and administrator at Fayetteville State
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and 15-501. Teams are announced on Saturday, Sep
tember 10. 10:00-12.-00 noon at the stadium. Practices
begin Monday, September 12. Matches end Sunday,
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FOUND ONE PAPERBACK POLISH textbook. On a trash
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FOUND KEY on Lincoln key chein. Contact Paula at 933
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FOUND THREE RINGS IN FETZER GYM women's bath
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NEW BAND LOOKING FOR keyboardist. Gigs already
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BLACK MALES FEMALES - $45 wiO b paid
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WANTED: FOLKS WHO WANT spirited km to coach
RAINBOW SOCCER teams this tall. RAINBOW, a most
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make new friends and integrate into the Chapel Hill commu
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start Mon., Sept. 12. There is a coaching clinic Sat., Sept
10, 10 am-noon at Rainbow Soccer Stadium. Interested
coaches should call 967-8797 or come by 500 W. Rosemary
Steet 10 am-6 pm.
WANTED: VOLUNTEERS FOR A 12 week acne study.
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completion of study. Call Carol Meyer at 966-3321. Mon.,
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DELIVERY PERSONS WANTED. MUST be at least 18 yrs
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CAMPAIGN WORKERS NEEDED. SANE is hiring dedi
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PART-TIME WORK WITH FLEXIBLE hours. At a local
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spring. Hours can be very flexible according to your sched
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YOUNG MAN WITH GARDENING EXPERIENCE needed,
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LOCAL LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE CO. needs part
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Franklin St., will begin its 9th fall session Sept. 5 offer
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LEARN BARTENDING. CLASSES START soon. South
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DO YOU WANT to party? Lou's Tunes are back & playing
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FOR SALE: 1980 SUZUKI TS185. 1000 miles. Light blue.
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REFRIGERATOR FOR SALE. DORM size (Just under 2 cu.
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OFFICE SPACE NOW AVAILABLE in the Professional
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NEED A PLACE to rehearse your band? Interested in mak
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RIDE NEEDED to and from Greenville, N.C. the weekend of
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CARPOOL SANFORD TO CHAPEL HILL M-F. Leave San
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ROOMMATE NEEDED: UNIV. GARDENS. $150 Vi
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CAROLINA PHOTOGRAPHERS: COME .TO the first CPC
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY PAIGE! Now that you're "legai."
Chapel Hill will never be the same. A toast to a great year In
745 with out loft, sailing, drinks, roadtrips, and pig outs. Wei
zoo tonight. Chris.
QUAIL, this is your very own personal to wish you a
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HOIEUS DELIS ARE BACK! Come and enjoy our first
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