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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Hartigan elected Planning chairman After five years on the Planning and Zoning chair man David Hartmann banged his last gavel as leader of that group Tuesday night when fellow Commission member Joe Har tigan elected to fill the appointed to the Commission in had served as chairman since The English teacher recently moved out of the city limits and had to give up his seat oft the Hartigan was reappointed to his second threeyear term by City Council at its May 27 who is vice president of Texas Commerce originally was named to the board in 1982 to fill the seat left vacant by Jack whose term ex Other new board members are Joe Myrtle Clark and Chris David See Page 11A One out of two Panel OKs one 306 rejects another Joe Hartigan ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer In a 43 Planning and Zoning Commission agreed Tuesday night to recommend to City Council that a tract on FM 306 be zoned for commercial The Commission then voted 32 with one member abstaining to refuse to recommend commercial zoning for a tract a half mile down the Last the city annexed a twomile strip of PM 306 extending from the city When property is brought into the it brings with it an Rl single family Planning and Zoning reviewed the zoning and recommended Ol local business zoning from the old city limits near the MKT railroad to Bretzke The Commission recommended C3 commercial zoning from Bretzke Lane to the end of the at its May 22 Council decided to leave the entire FM 306 strip at Rl So two of the landowners on that road returned to Planning and Zoning Tuesday with their requests for commercial The first was Lee Swift Of San developer of Oak Grove wanted Cl local business zoning on a tract northeast See Page 11A Baptists work to resolve Pages New Braunfels Herald New Texas 115 Wednesday June 25 Cents 28 Pages3 Sections 8 marshals said killed by hijackers Lebanon AP Hijackers of a Jordanian airliner today released 66 passengers and including two and blew up the Airport and Red Cross spokesmen said eight Jor danian sky marshals were killed in the but an airline official said they were alive and Munib vice president of RoyalJordanian Alia said in Jordan that the sky or security are how in Beirut in custody of the Royal Jordanian But a Lebanese Red Cross who watched three explosions rip the plane apart The marshals were blown up inside the Their bodies are in We couldnt get to An airport official who spoke on condition of anonymity confirmed the adding that the hijackers Toukan told The Associated Press in a telephone interview that the eight sky or security were hi the airlines Beirut They are in good health and ex cellent he Were going to put them on the first flight out of The pilot of the hijacked Ulf a told The Associated Press that the hijackers fled the plane with the sky marshals as hostages before it was blown We have been assured by the hijackers that they are he The hijackers raked the plane with automatic weapons then a series of explosions rocked the Boeing 727 and set it on fire as it stood on the airport witnesses Soon after the the planes fuel tanks caught fire and it broke up into burning sections of twisted Onlyits bearing the crown of King Husseins Hashemite remained The plane was hijacked in Beirut on stopped in tried twice to land in refueled in returned to attempted to fly to Syria and then came back to Vandals break Seele windows By LILLIAN THOMAS fluff writer School suffered worth of diinage over the weekend when WWIW threw rocks at breaking according to a New BrouoWs police This is what I would call mtacliieYous Principal Reagan They also tore up t inner Someone was just feeing their oats Some RTCggr good sfce rocks were found this was no accident fit damage was discovered by a voter at the school early Monday QfflAflT Martin Mayer took WSJfflP raiort bit at this police The eight security up with the official We have been they are pilot Ulf Sultan Beirut Tuesday The identified by Sultan as Shiite Moslems of Lebanons Amal were demanding that all Palestinian guerrillas leave Beirut for Tunisia where Yasser Arafats Palestine Liberation Organization has its Various reports put the number of hijackers at four or Nine crew members and 48 passengers reportedly held hostage were evacuated just before the ex plosion and Nine passengers were released earlier at the Beirut Two of the passengers were The crew and passengers are said Munib vice president of Royal Jordanian in the Jordanian capital But when he was asked if the security men had been he I dont The explosion came nine minutes after the hijackers 2 7 EDT deadline for blowing up the jetliner if Chedli secretary general of the 21member Arab did not appear to negotiate with The explosion came shortly after the hijackers demanded that a bus be brought up to the At one the hijackers opened fire at two Shiite Moslem militiamen who drove a jeep to within about 25 yards of the No one was It was not clear why they tried to drive up to the See Page 11A Inside Water Watch Coma up 12 Canyon Mown 100 Canyon Dam tame Edwardt down Canyon Lake level IMP Note For the first time in mote than three the level of Canyon Lake it above the conservation pool level of 909 feet above mean tea Rekwe are now determined by the Fort Worth hydrology department of the Army of Todays Weather A 20 percent chance of rain remains io the forecast for this But wr Cooling down DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Some photographers will do anything to cool off on a hot day or so it photographer Deryl Clark didnt crawl inside this cooler to take James Froelichs picture he took it through another Froelich was loading the cooler adjacent to Landa Park as part of his job with New Braunfels Smoke houses ice Psychic called in search for woman The search will end today in a McQueeney clay pit for the body of a 29yearold woman missing since April Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin Harborth said this morning he hopes two days of digging will be finished today at Acme Brick old clay I hope by or shortly to have checked the arefc we set out to he Were working at Harborth Were back out there We had an eighthour day yester The search began Monday for the body of Kathleen Ranft of McQueeney when about 20 reserve officers used picks and shovels to dig in part of the pit that has a real heavy Harborth On Monday a backhoe and frontend loader from the county road department were brought in to help move clay from the 100foot wide Three county road crew em ployees are aiding in the Harborth said the which once was mined and now contains waste material from the brick has a 60degree slope reaching about 75 feet As the backhoe goes up the material it digs up is being used as a pad for the The backhoe is breaking material Harborth You cannot dig straight into A psychic brought in from Dallas County Sunday identified the pit as the place to find The sheriff said all other efforts to find Ranft turned up nothing so the county hired psychic John Catchings as another He does not make any guaran hes not always but he has a reputation of doing good work and hes right about 20 percent of the Harborth Weve checked out every lead for two The psychic said the woman was strangled the night of her disap He has located a dozen missing persons since 1980 dead and two Ranffs latemodel car was found off a farm road two days after her See Page 11A and partly Temperatures may reach the upper80s and drop to the mid60s Tuesdays high was and this mornings low was CLASSIFIED 69C COMICS 2C CROSSWORD 6C DEARABBY DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT tc FOOD HOROSCOPE 6C OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 810A STOCKS TV LISTINGS 2C WEATHER The ordeal is over Quinlan dies after 10 yeaes in coma MORRfe AP Karen Ann who found death in the arms of her weeping mother more than nine years after her case established the right to die with showed how far we can go to preserve her father said Miss Quinlan died at the age of 31 at Tuesday in the Morris View Nursing Home here of respiratory failure following acute pneumonia on top of a chronic vegetative said James Please let us mourn in the Julia said in a brief interview today at fee familys The deeply religious and daily visitors their daughters in 1976 won a landmark court order allowing them to remove a respirator from Karen to spare her continued agony and to honor her expressed wish never to be kept alive through extraordinary I think there are a lot of lessons to be learned by bow for we can go to preserve Joseph Quinlan said Death is not so much to be Everything in this world is We shouldnt really fear death that The although said he and his wile are strengthened by their belief in an He called life a The historic case began when Miss Quinlan lapsed into a coma on April apparently after consuming several gin and tonic drinks at a party after taking what doctors said was a therapeutic dose of a mild tranquilizer and Although she never knew Miss of the terminally ill to decide their fates with their She had been embraced as someone with whom the world could Paul Set Page UA   

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