Clipped From Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
liadMore in are far concerned." to the same will som ha n tha Â»tric -Legislation pre b dur th On Air Wreck 5 SKS? , CAlr Â«Â». A* . July 128~aboard. iyon, killing j fee amoun stoUar similar AlrHn * ald a stripe on their Su- DC-7 perconstellations Less than a Mile Main wreckage of the and and a Superconstellation which ?.Â£* M OWn P re Â»umably at the same time J une 30 was located Sunday less than, a mile apart The cowling andthe other piece Â°l? le ^ 1 ' were separate when they arrfred at the Grand Canyon air- But Justin Bowersock, aviation f d " or Â° f .the Kansas. City Star, told other reporters that earlier he had seen them wedged together. together. -: Previously, an Air Force officer had reported the finding of "positive "positive evidence of a collision. . Capt. Byrd Ryland, head of an air search and rescue team from March AFB, .Calif, said this -evidence -evidence was blue paint found smeared on part of the TWA wreckage. The United; plane was painted blue; on its nose but laboratory laboratory tests are awaited to determine determine If the smears actually came from the DC-7. Remains of DC-7 Meanwhile, progress was being made toward recovery of remains of DC-7 victims. Army helicopters dropped two mountain climbers, L. David Lew- Is of Denver and Raymond Batson of -Boulder, Colo., atop a butte on which the main wreckage Is scattered. The climbers were put off about 50 feet from the wreckage wreckage and began trying to reach it. They hoped to drop ropes to climbers below, who have been trying to scale the butte where the DC-7 crashed.