The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 07, 1986, Image 8

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(AP) — An oti-duty airline pilot trying to land his twin- engine plane in thick fog smashed into a Pan Am jet on a taxiway Thursday and died as his aircraft burst into flames. “The small aircraft was deflected underneath the big aircraft, ob viously breaking up in the process,” said Paul MacAlester, spokesman for the Hillsborough Aviation Authority at Tampa International Airport. “But it slid . . . clear of the big air craft before it burst into flames. It was demolished.” Aviation officials said Pan Ameri can World Airways Flight 301, bound for Miami with 17 passengers and a crew of six, was taxiing when the small Piper Aztec apparently mistook the taxiway for the runway. The taxiway parallels the runway, 400 feet away. The pilot of the small plane, an Eastern Airlines captain who was on his way to work, screamed, “Oh my God! Oh my God!” as he spotted and then tried to avoid the jetliner, according to an airport worker. Visibility was one-sixteenth of a mile, or about 110 yards, when the collision occurred at 7:05 a.m., said John Tubbs, a Federal Aviation Ad ministration area manager in the air port control tower. Pan Am spokesman Armand Arel said he knew of only three injuries among the passengers evacuated Safety experts concerned over frequency of collisions WASHINGTON (AP) — Air safety experts have been increas ingly concerned about the fre quency of on-the-ground acci dents or near-accidents at major airports as well as the dangers posed by the mixing of commer cial jetliners with small planes. The taxiway collision of a pri vate plane and a jetliner Thurs day in Florida is likely to focus re newed attention on both issues. National Transportation Safety Board spokesman Ira Fur man emphasized that not enough was known about the Tampa col lision to conclude that the runway incursion problems cited in a re port by the safety board last May were a factor in Thursday’s acci dent. Of 26 incidents, the report found that 17 involved oversights — often coordination or commu nication failures — by air traffic controllers and nine involved mistakes by pilots. But NTSB officials noted that in many of the cases, only one of which results in an actual colli sion, both controller and pilot miscues may have played a part. The FAA recently announced plans to increase the navigational equipment requirements for pri vate planes flying near major air ports. It also said it would move to better educate pilots flying near busy airports and simplify the boundaries of restricted air space. from the 727 jet. Two people had Fort Myers to command Eastern damaged ankles and the other a Flight 164 from Tampa to Newark, bruised shoulder, Arel said at a news N.J. conference. Eastern spokesman Glenn Par sons said Bain was a senior l)C-9 pi- The dead pilot was identified as lot. Capt. William S. Bain, 56, who was The jetliner pilot, Gapt. Edwin flying in from his home in North Lunsford of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., made a split-second evasivcgEL lion to avoid a head-on collision,pJP Am spokesman Merle Richmansaic Pan Am passenger Frank Kulisl i of Key West, who said he is a primi X pilot, said the jet’s pilot slammed the brakes and he heard a boom. g “I saw a big ball of fireon!l|• , right and then the left." Kuliskisailf “I dashed out to the rear. Flightal tendants then opened the reardwj and pushed a chute out... Right!-? hind us, about SO yards ... wecoaffin see this twin-engine plane just a-tw pletely engulfed in flames." thi Tim Maslonek, 22, of Airct ty'l Service, said he was listening toco yc munications with the tower aslJSaj and lOothei w < n kcrs i ode a bus; to 400 yards from the crash site, jje; "They told (hr private plane: foil (o land and it went to land anvwa als< he said, adding iliat he (houghu-Tr warning was coming from a conn | ho * FAA spokesman KogeiMveruXH Atlanta said, “That I haven't hea::|p He said would be up to Nadotfl 1 i anspoi tation Safety Boardinvetlj gatoi s to determine what happent illj| Maslonek said he heard die p: a ^- of die light craft during the finalsh ]f[ onds. "I heard him start screanuJi ovei the microphone,’’ he said m v was so s< ary. f le was just so terrific y,,. He was yelling: ‘Oh myGodlOhn ntr God!’ From there, boom, just la eve that." S' Can you buy Jeeps, Cars, 4x4’s seized in drug raids for under $100.? 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His latest victory came Wednes day, when Nathaniel Walker, 44, of Elizabeth, was freed from prison af ter serving eight years of a life-plus- 53-year sentence for a 1974 sexual assault he did not commit. Previously, McCloskey’s investiga tions gained freedom for two men wrongly convicted of murders. Superior Court Judge Alfred Wo- lin dismissed the Walker case after prosecutors agreed that tests on a forgotten sperm sample kept refrig erated in the Elizabeth police prop erty room proved Walker could not have committed the crime. “The criminal justice system is a far leakier vessel than those who ad minister it, and those who partici pate in it, dare or care to believe,” said McCloskey, 44, who expects to be ordained soon as a minister in the Church of Christ. “He’s a great man,” Walker said of McCloskey. “I told him I just want to help his organization ... 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East (409)696-7380 The 1986 Student Directories are now available to be picked up in room 230 Reed McDonald, 8am-5pm Bring your ’86 fee slip. * Deliveries will begin this week for departments who submitted a Telecommunications Order Form. hr Jews hidden in WWII to visit with protectors CO! d< | thh i p NEW YORK (AP) — For more than two years, a family of Polish Jews hid from the Nazis in a trench the size of two coffins un der a Christian couple’s home. Again and again, the Jews begged their benefactors: Please poison our bread, please give us a gun to end our misery. “No,” Jozef and Slephania Macugowski told the Razda fam ily. “One day the war will be over. As long as we live, you will live.” T his weekend, die two families will embrace for the first time in more than 40 years. The Polish couple is coming to New York, where Israeli officials will honor them as gentiles who put their lives on the line for Jews in peril. “If the Nazis had caught them saving us, they would have killed them before killing us,” said Za- hava Burack, who was 9 years old when the ordeal began. In 1942, Louis Radza, ajukt manufacturer, his wife, Gitla.and daughters Zahava, Miriam and Sarah evaded orders to board a train for a concentration camp and sought refuge with Jozef Macugowski, an acquaintance. That night, the two familiei dug a trench under the floor boards of a storage room. Eventually, nine people shared the bunker. “Whenever one of us wanted to turn, all of us had to turn,” said Miriam Oginski, another of the sisters. “We were like sardines. The Macugowskis told nobod' about what they were doing. Late at night, they would knock on the floor three times. The floor boards would open, and bread and water were passed down. With war’s end, the floor- boards opened for good. 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