St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri on December 4, 1969 · Page 13
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri · Page 13

Publication:
Location:
St. Louis, Missouri
Issue Date:
Thursday, December 4, 1969
Page:
Page 13
Start Free Trial
Cancel

ST. LOUIS POST - DISPATCH Th., Dec. 4, 1969 13 A Jet Crashes Into Sea; 62 Killed From Post-Dlsputrh wire Scrvknt CARACAS, Venezuela, Dec. 4 An Air France jet carrying 62 persons crashed in flames in the Caribbean soon after takeoff from Maiquetia International Airport last night. Rescue workers said there were no survivors. "I am losing altitude and 1 cannot control the plane," Capt, Membership Discount Department Stores GEM - wily 1 Vorld gf and get famous GEM discount savings! "mm just say "charge it" at GEM! delight her, and save 4 too! Mattel's "Swingy" doll that dances! III IriflNfii. H nMHrM Sensational "Swingy" walks, sways, dances all by herself! 20-in. tall with rooted hair, pretty polka-dot dress. Moves her arms and head as she goesl A cherished playmate for your little girl! Battery-operated. just say "CHARGE IT!" Regular GEM Price 13.96 5 stmag 5 W famous Horsman Snuggle Softee yfj" Low GEM Tl Member Price Tilt her; she says "Mama"l Soft cloth body filled with shredded foam. Vinyl head, arms, legs. In dress or PJs. Horsman "Tynie" drinks 'n wets! "f Low GEM JJ Member Price 12-in. tail Tynie with turning head and "Coo" voicel Vinyl, fully jointed. With bottle. In bunting or robe. Uneeda Toddles, choice of three p97 m ea. Your Choice Low GEM Price 15-in. Toddles doll in choice of 3 dress styles. With panties, socks, shoes. Blonde, brunette, redhead. Vogue "GiMtiw" drinks 'tt wets 5 06 Low GEM Member Price Beautiful 16-in. doll in lovely lace dress! Skin-soft vinyl is washable. Eyes close. Rooted hair. Horsman 19-itt. "Baby Tweaks"! 63 33 Low GEM Member Price Cuddly foam-filled softie ' with vinyl head, limbs. Squeeze her and she coos! Pixie top-curl hairdo. "Raggedy Ann" 2- )93 Low GEM Member Price Classic playmate with, color-bright print dress, red woolen wig and safely locked-in eyes, apron. "My name is Mrs. Bens ley!" ! ; - f , -v - i 1- f ' , 4& Nv s .A Henri Valter radioed the control tower from 4500 feet two minutes out of Maiquetia. Witnesses saw a fireball rise from a point in the Caribbean four miles northwest of the airport. Air France said the plane was Flight 212, which originated in Santiago, Chile, and was headed for Paris with stops in Lima, Peru; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Bogota, Colombia; Caracas, Pointe-a-Pitre, Guadaloupe, and Lisbon. The fire department at nearby La Guaira said today that 23 bodies had been recovered from the Boeing 707 jet. Officials in Stockholm con firmed that two of the victims were Folke Claeson, multimil lionaire Swedish businessman and founder of the annual Stockholm international fair, and his wife. The search area was in wa ters 100 to 150 feet deep. Divers were to go down today to seek clues to the cause of the crash. A Venezuelan Navy destroyer "led the search for bodies among the floating wreckage, which in eluded a few inflated life rafts and seat cushions. The main part of the fuselage sank. Capt. Jose Cabezas of the Venezuelan domestic airline Aeropostal Venezolana said his plane was 2000 feet above the Air France jet. "I saw the ex plosion that took place as the plane hit the sea," he said It was the second crash of a jetliner near Maiquetia in less than a year. On Dec. 12, 1968 a Pan American World Airways jet crashed into the sea as it approached the airport, killing all 50 persons aboard. 2 Of 3 Freed By N. Korea Flown To Scott Two of the three American helicopter crewmen freed yesterday after 708 days in a North Korean prison arrived today at Scott Air Force Base, Belleville. They were Lapt David H. Crawford, Pooler Ga.. and Warrant Officer Mai colm V. Loepke, Richmond Tnd.. both of the Armv. Crawford and Loepke were to liremain here overnight be- fore departing tomorrow for their homes. They arrived at Scott from Great Lakes, 111., where the third freed prisoner, Spec. 4 Herman h. Hotstatter, Lowpoint, 111., was hospitalized for treatment of a leg wound. Crawford and Loepke made a brief statement to reporters awaiting their arrival at Scott. They said they were happy to be home for Christmas and were in good health and excellent spirit. Both were wearing dress uniforms and needd a shave. They had traveled by air from Seoul, Korea, with stops in Alaska and at Great Lakes. Capt. Crawford told reporters he had not lost any weight during his imprisonment. Both men, however, appeared wan. Reporters were not allowed to talk with them for more than one or two minutes. Federal Aid Urged For Private Schools WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 (AP) A proposal that the Federal Government support nonprofit private schools at the average rate of $100 a pupil was supported yesterday by spokesmen for Roman Catholic and Jewish schools. Msgr. James C. Donohue and Rabbi Morris Sherer said that the aid should be on a sliding scale based on the ability of parents of the pupils to support their schools. It could range from $80 to $250, Msgr. Donohue said. Msgr. Donohue is director of the division of elementary and secondary education of the United States Catholic Conference. Rabbi Sherer, New York City, is executive president of Aqudath Israel of America. Tenants At Vaughn To Pay Back Rents Tenants at the Vaughn housing development who had participated in the nine-month public housing rent strike are expected to pay at least part of their back rents today. About $30,000 in withheld rents will be returned to Vaughn strikers, said the Rev. Buck Jones, who had been holding the money. He returned $35,000 to strikers at the adjoining rarr Square development yesterday. Most of it was paid immediately to the Housing Authority. The $65,000 is p a r t of the $125,000 withheld at the two developments. An additional $50,000 is tied up in court and the rest belonged to tenants who moved before the strike ended in October, the Rev. Mr. Jones said. An a u d 1 1 of the funds he held was completed last week. ft w Xi9 Beasley, doll! Talking Mrs. TV's favorite Regular GEM Price 10.96 &4e :y:y'-M"' Huggable TV star stands 22-in. tall, and speaks 11 adorable phrases! Authentic cos tume, rooted hair, voice string in back. TOY DEPARTMENT Zebco heater, iree propane! 97 Regular GEM Price 19.9S 16 'Turf King" folding cart JH Q88 Regular GEM JLtW Price 1 4.97 Push-button golf cart will stand, roll In folding position. Savel your choice! tteddon spincast or spinning rod ?n reel outfits! Fuel cylinder is free with purchase! Flame-less catalytic heater. To 4,000 BTU'sl f) Regular GEM Price 10.97 j mmM Milton 7-pc. golt club set Qii88 7-pe. ,et tt Reg. GEM 39.95 Wilson matched clubs for him or herl 5 irons, 2 woods. Steel shaft. Burgess v "Radar-Lite" 8 97 Regular GEM Price 10.97 Steel clad power unit with 40,000 candlepower sealed beam. Weatherproof. tAj Ainnii f A limit rwv I09UIVD mo nyrii iu iiiiml GEM Southusay 3901 lemma forry St. Lt,!Wo. Phonet SS243M With show Made Slazenger . Super racket! AMF elastic bowling ball Spincast Outfit: Heddon 120 spincasting reel with 4-point gears, instant pick-up, Power-Grip, disc drag. Plus 2-pc, 6-ft. spincast rod and full spool of monofilament line! Spinning Outfit: Rugged metal reel with Power-Grip, disc drag, instant pick-up and retrieve, Plus Heddon's 2-pc. 7-ft. tubular spin rod. Reel holds 200 yds. of 6-lb. mono line I 24 95 Low GEM Member Price 6 97 Regular GEM Price 9.97 Zebco "33" spincast reel plus 8-lb. line! 8 97 Reg. GEM 11.97 America's favorite, with offon anti-reverse, adjustable drag, hard chromed spinnerhead and pick-up pin. 125 yds. of line. GEM liesiway Page Blv4, St. Louis, Sto. Pkonet429Sl4Q t iii . i. frili ii in i iii'iMrr' mi ift " i "..Vav. . .. m Deluxe laminated body with Perma-lock bonding. Top grade. Perforated. "guidance system". 3 white dots ball path. to ABC specsl SPORTING GOODS DEPARTMENT ni'm nt!f!n Mama rA a tflAalArtt uaillilioa nunc auiu iu ucaioi! Chri$tma$ Store ISourti l AU4 ttores open Won. thru Sat. 9:ZQ AH to 19 Ptf . ... s Em$twag open 8nmlOAHS4 PM. ,K GEM Eastway mghtcKTjs 70 & III Emtt St. Louis, itl y Phone: , GEM florihwrny :('-7&S Dunn Komd St. Louis, Mo. 'V Phonet '- Rd. mfr n r i piiW, Sk4to4mm rtWiWn id it i

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free