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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 410 MOSS MlCKOPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 4S436 TX 75245 317 Unicorns romp in playoffs Page 6A Houston grabs inside track for Cotton Bowl S WC scores Baylor Texas 10 SMU Arkansas 28 Houston Texas Tech 17 Texas TCU 21 Hospice New Braunfels Hospice New Braunfels supports see page 1B New Braunfels Sunday November 1984 50 Cents 74 5 Sections Soldiers take over Somali plane ADDIS Ethiopia AP Three armed Somali soldiers hijacked a Somali jetliner with 130 people aboard beating up the pilot and wounding a security guard in a gun battle during the the official news media The hijackers directed the Somali Airlines Boeing 707 to Addis where they released some passengers and then threatened to blow up the plane and the remaining hostages unless their demands were The governments Ethiopian News Agertcy said the demands included the release of 13 political prisoners in Somalia and stays of execution for seven young men scheduled to be executed Sunday for political crimes in Ethiopian state television reported the hijackers threatened to blow up the plane at midnight Saturday 4 EST unless the demands were But the state news agency later said the deadline had been extended until noon They agreed to extend the deadline early this morning at the request and persuasion of the Ethiopian authorities who have been negotiating with them continuously since the Somali airliner was forced to land at Bole International Airport near Addis the Ethiopian News Agency ENA said the negotiations secured the release of 19 passengers and City plans to light up for Christmas Its Christmas time in the On at it will seem that way after the mayor flips the switch and turns on the Main Plaza Christmas tree Along with the the street light decorations also will be The ceremony will begin about dusk as the fire department gives Santa Claus the roya treatment and brings him to the who knows if children have been naughty or may even stick around after the lighting ceremony to take Traffic will not be allowed on the Main Plaza from 5 to 8 during the three crew These are four children between 3 and 10 years of 15 the security man wounded aboard the the captain of the airliner who was beaten up for refusing to obey the instructions of the and the who was Without the captain and the first it was not known whether there were crew members aboard qualified to fly the ringed by security men and armored cars on a side A Western who spoke on condition of said the Ethiopian Foreign Ministry told his embassy the hijackers also had threatened to begin killing Somali passengers one by ENA said said food and provisions were delivered to the remaining crew and hijackers aboard the The agency reported there were indications that the passengers in cluded one two two South Yemen one North Yemen one Egyptian diplomat and one United Nations staff but their names were not ENA added The demands of the hijackers have been handed by the Ethopian minister of foreign af fairs to a representative of the Egyptian Embassy in Addis which is looking after the interest of See Page 14A DERYL CLARK HERALDZEITUNG This unwanted kitten has been and is on its way to be put to sleep Doomed to die Animal control a growing problem By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Unwanted animals are born to A man who knows is Olen manager of the Humane Society Animal He operates the gas chamber I euthanized 260 animals last 240 the month he Please dont get me Its not the highlight of my Before he took the job last he said the monthly death count was over The shelters gas chamber uses bottled carbon monoxide ac cepted as one of the most humane ways to kill unwanted In El they use a In they shoot them right behind the Elliott In they do it by the They had to quit counting heads a long time But Elliotts still and the numbers arent very For every newborn child in this theres 47 cats and 15 dogs Shelter statistics show the majority of them are People bring us animals by the Elliott Like the other I asked this woman where she got nine puppies and she said her female dog had I suggested she have her dog and she We dont ever have a We just bring them to See Page 3A Inside Water Watch Comal River 168 cfs same Canyon Lake inflow 1 12 cfs same Canyon Dam outflow 1 50 cfs same Aquifer up Canyon Lake level 89989 same Todays Weather showers that fell in the area overflight should disappear leaving wanner temperatures and partly cloudy Monday ought to be cooter wvter clear Temperatures today Cheer Fund Night riders Police want laws to protect owners One more contributor added to this years Cheer bringing the total to Cheer Fund started the year with a begninning balance of The format is the same as last Contributors and contributions will be listed in this box with a beginning and ending The HeraldZeitung will accept cash or non perishable food items at our offices at 186 If you want to donate but cant bring it contact circulation manager Don BUSINESS 9B ENTERTAINMENT 7B CLASSIFIED 18C HOROSCOPE COMICS 10B 10B KALEIDOSCOPE 17B CROSSWORD 6B OPINIONS 8B DEAR ABBY SB SPORTS 68A Christmas can mean lots of bicycles bought for young and old Thats one reason why New Braunfels Police John Wommack wants to warn everyone that stricter enforcement of the citys bicycle ordinance is on the The stepup will involve asking everyone to register their whether it be new or in ac cordance with the existing or It will also mean more citations against traffic violations by bicycle beginning in We didnt just decide to do this because were Wommack We believe some of our night bike riders who arent obeying the existing ordinance are the same ones involved in bike thefts and vehicle Its not a hard thing for two people on bikes to put a bike between and take off with Over in bicycles has been stolen so far this and were hoping stricter enforcement will help curb some of he The current ordinance does require bicycle and an electric head lamp and tail light on bicycles when ridden at It also states bicycles cannot carry more than one person unless designed to do Responsibility for noncompliance by children falls on the parents Wommack If we stop a child whos riding at night with no its Mom and Pops And the ordinance says they can be held By the time the stricter en forcement Wommack predicted the bicycle registration fee will be which is a 50cent jump from the current Bicycle registration is the The ordinance has been on the books since and were going to try and use it to our best he Registration can also help reunite a stolen bike with its rightful We have 1520 bicycles in the police station storeroom right now with no way to trace Wommack The more identification a person has on a the less likely it is to be Those numbers can be somewhat troublesome to and could make a violator think The majority of bicycle thefts occur because of owner he People leave it un See Page 144 New Comal ISO superintendent may be named Tuesday Board president Leroy Qoodson doesnt own a crystal but he was willing to predict a new superin tendent might be named at Tuesday nights Comal ISD The hoard needs to meet one more and thats what were doing Tuesday So it is possible a decision wUJ he he stated CISP trustees started their superintendent search alter SJdgv WttijSetai announced his in tention to leave the post test Gay who was Willhelms assistant has served as interim superintendent during the hiring The board had 44 applications to review at a special meeting on and has since nanrowed the field down to Goodson would still not reveal the names of the three but released the six candidates interviewed by Those were Tracy superintendent in Mabank Dan superintendent in Harlingen Frank superintendent in DeSoto Bill superintendent in Caldwell David former principal at Bulverde Middle School and now deputy assistant superin tendent for San Antonio ISD and Larry principal at Canyon High Its still between three who are all quality individuals respected by their Goodson of the three will make an excellent With speculation there are quite plenty of other agenda items to keep the board busy Tuesday San Antonio architect Mike Me Chesney is scheduled to present a detailed presentation on Phase Two of the districts building He has already presented cost estimates on meeting the growth needs of the Bulverde and Canyon Lgfce Also on the agenda are staff proposals m an alternative management plan and high school honor course both mandated by House Bill The board is due to discuss Bunker Road Railroad crossing including new information from traffic engineers in San on how to possibly relieve the safety problems The crossing was discussed at the boards regular meeting in but the
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