46 die in Spain
MALAGA, Spain (AP)- A DC-10
,oaded with American travelers on a
arter flight to New York crashed on
takeoff yesterday, skidded across a
highway and then caught fire, killing at
least 46 people by official count.
Officials said 113 people were injured,
17 of them seriously. Many of the vic-
tims apparently burned to death in the
tail section of the Spantax Airlines
jetliner. It was carrying 380 passengers
and a crew of 13, the airline said.
THE CIVIL governor's office here
said 44 bodies were pulled from the , y
wreckage and that more might be ..
A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in
Madrid said 210 American citizens and
85 Spaniards residing in the United
States were aboard the plane, Flight
No. 995 originating in Madrid with a . 9
stopover in Malaga. He said the em-
bassy did not have names or know how
any Americans were killed or
Carefree David, a tour broker which
organizes tours and sells them to travel
agencies, said in Miami that the agency
had booked 208 travelers for a two-week
tour of Spain that started Aug. 30 from
Leonard Lansburgh, president of the
ag'ency, said a majority of the Firemen spray water on the wreckage of a Spanish
Americans were from the New York Malaga, Spain yesterday. The jet, en route to New Y
ra, two to four people from Florida
nd that there were some Canadians on
Civil Air Authority investigators said
preliminary findings pointed to engine
failure as a cause of the crash. The pilot
tried to bring the plane down im-
mediately following liftoff and one of
the engines was found in a field near the
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ork, carried 380 passengers and 13 crew members.
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night he was "uneasy, but not terribly
surprised" by the plan.
"We've been hoping (for the recovery)
for a couple of years now," he said.
HOUSE SPEAKER Bobby Crim (D-
Davison) said the only hardship t the
school districts may involve interest
mayments on loans they obtain to help
hem survive until the June 30 payment
The change in the school aid payment
schedule must be done by law.
A decision on how to proceed in the
remainder of the coming 1982-83 fiscal
year will be made next summer, Miller
said. If state finances remain tight, the
adjusted payment schedule will con-
inue. If revenue is flowing, the stae
ay have the cash to make next year's
August payment and return to the old
Meanwhile, Crim said a compromise
target figure for the 1982-83 budgethas
been set and spending levels for in-
dividual state programs will be deter-
mined in the next few days.
The Legislature is still trying to ad-
journ by the end of this week for fall
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shop machinery after a student is cer-
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