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I Tuesday, December 3, 1974

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Three

Tuesdoy, December 3, 1 974 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Pi~ge Three

'Controversy rages
over schpool books

CHARLESTON, W. Va. (i) -
State police said a dynamite
charge exploded outside an ele-
mentary school early yesterday
in rural Campbell Creek, a cen-
ter of protest activity in Kanaw-
ha County's textbook contro-
versy.
Jack Meadows, principal of
the Mary Engles Elementary
School, said some windows were
blown out in the school's cafe-
teria. Damage was not exten-
sive, however, and classes
were held on schedule.
SOME LIGHT picketing was
reported early yesterday in the
county, apparently in response
to protest leaders who called
for a shutdown of industries and
businesses in the Kanawha Val-
ley. The renewed picketing
came despite an injunction is-
sued early in the three-month
protest which prohibited pro-
testers from picketing busi-
nesses.

Alice Moore, a school board
member who has spearheaded
the drive against books which
protesters call anti-American
and un-Christian, asked the De-
partment of Health, Education
and Welfare (HEW) to cut off
federal financing for teacher
training and promotional pro-
grams for new educational pro-
jects.

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CHILDHOOD OF MAXIM GORKY
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AP Photo
FLAMES SPURT from the wreckage of a Trans World Airlines 727 jetliner Sunday after it
crashed near Upperville, Va., killing all 92 p ersons aboard.
Flight instruments recovered
in fatal 727 plane crash

UPPERV LLE, Va. (A-Two plane's
instruments that may tell the flight.

last few minutes. of

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cause of the Trans World Air-,
lines crash that killed 92 per-
sons were recovered yesterday
from the top of a snow-covered
mountain near this Virginia
community.
Authorities continued, mean-
while, their grim search for the
bodies of the 85 passengers and
seven crew members who died
when TWA Flight 514 slammed
into the top of the fog-draped
peak late Sunday morning dur-
ing turbulent weather.
THE ACCIDENT was the*
worst commercial air disaster'
in the United States this year.
Reporters on the scene said
parts of about 75 bodies had
been recovered by. yesterday
afternoon, but the National
Transportation Safety Board
(NTSB) which is coordinating
the search and investigation, de-
clined to cite a specific recovery
figure. Searchers were hamper-
ed by an estimated three inches
of snow that fell overnight and
during the morning.
The three-engine Boeing 727
jetliner crashed into the top of
1,754-foot-high Mt. Weather in
the foothills of the Blue Ridge
Mountains during a wind-driven
rain storm. The plane ripped
through about 200 feet of trees,
crossed a paved road and disin-
tegrated when it hit a 10-foot-
high stone outcropping.
THE. CRASH occurred about
45 miles west of Washington, D).
C., and about one-half mile fromG
a top-secret government instal-
lation reportedly designed to
serve as a headquarters fort
high governmental officials . in
case of nuclear war.
The safety board said both the
flight data recorder and the
cockpit voice recorder were re-
covered from the wreckage yes-
terday morning.
The voice recorder was un-
damaged but the flight data re-
corder had been charred by the
fire that broke out after the
crash. NTSB Chairman John
Reed said, however, he expect-
ed the data recorder would pro-
vide needed information on the
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THE DATA recorder mea-
sures the plane's altitude, its
speed and heading as well as
its rate of descent. The voice re-
corder transcribes the conver-
sation of the pilot and flight
crew, as well as the sound of in-
struments being clicked on and
off and the sound of warning de-
vices.
Reed said the recordings
would be taken to Washington

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show the plane's altitude in the
final minutes was being readied
yesterday. The FAA said the
printout would be turned over
to the NTSB once it is com-
pleted.
FLIGHT 514, which originat-
ed at Indianapolis, Ind., with a
stop in Columbus, Ohio, was
scheduled to land at Washing-
ton's National Airport at 10:23
a.m. EST Sunday but was di-
verted to Dulles because strong
east-west crosswinds made

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for analysis, and would not be"
made public until the NTSB landing on National's
holds its public hearings on the south runways difficult.1
air disaster. Those hearings has an east-west runway.

north-
Dulles

normally occur about three to
four weeks after the crash.
Reed and other NTSB officials
declined to speculate on the
cause of the crash but veter-
an pilots said the plane may
have been caught in a severe
downdraft caused by the 50-
mile-per-hour winds swirling
around the Blue Ridge Moun-
tains.
A DOWNDRAFT, or air poc-
ket, can cause a plane to drop.
anywhere from several hundred
to several thousand feet in a
matter of seconds.
Federal Aviation Adminis-
tration (FAA) officials said
communications with the plane
minutes before the crash were
normal and that the plane ap-
neared to be on its assigned
flight pattern for a landing at
Dulles International Airport.
IA computer printout of the
Dulles radarscope which may
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Volume LXXXV, No. 73
Tuesday, December 3, 1974
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1374-1974Ii
DECEMBER 2
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