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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Flight New Bfaunfels HmldZeitung August 3A recorder recovered Survivor describes crash moments Japan AP An offduty stewardess told airline officials today that the crash of a Japan Air Lines jetliner with 524 people aboard was preceded by a big a sudden drop in cabin pressure and a Wild the airline Yumi told two airline directors from her hospital bed that she saw damage to a ceiling above a rear but did not know whether a fuselage door blew out prior to the Ochiai was sitting in the rear of the and is one of only four people known to have survived Mondays JAL of ficials made her comments Police said searchers today found the flight recordefs from the jet that crashed into a mountainous ridge in what apparently was the worlds worst air disaster involving a single The Japan Maritime Safety Agency reported one of its patrol boats found two more pieces of what appears to be debris from the plane in Sagami Bay south of where a large chunk of metal tail section was found Yoshinubu a spokesman for the Gunma prefecture state said the two recording devices were found shortly after 2 midnight CDT in a valley below the site where most of the wreckage is Helicopters today began transporting the mutilated dead from the site to a gymnasium in where more than relatives and friends waited to identify The two recording painted bright orange for keep track of cockpit conversations and flight They could help determine why the Boeing 747SR jetliner plowed into a mountaintop while on a flight from Tokyo to Osaka on The recorders were impounded by officials of a Transport Ministry investigating team at the crash A police spokesman at com mand post for the recovery said there was onlv the remotest chance of finding any more survivors at the moun taintop crash Four survivors were found tf no more are the death toll from Mondays crash of the Japan Air Lines Boeing 747 would be far higher than the 346 who died in the 1974 crash of a Turkish DC10 near A Maritime Safety Agency spokesman in Yokohama said the debris found today in cluded an airconditioning duct and a small plasticandmetal evidently from the tail JAL spokesman Geoffrey Tudor said the vertical tailfin fished out of the ocean was positively confirmed as having come from the JAL jumbo jet The find was about 90 miles southeast of the crash site but along the planes intended TokyoOsaka flight path before it swerved off course to the The trapezoidshaped piece was the top and leading edge of the vertical stabilizer that holds the planes Investigators said loss of the tail section might explain why the pilot reported losing control of the plane before it Spokesmen at the operations center near Mount Osutaka said 109 bodies had been but only eight had been Most were severely burned or Future holds uncertainty for South African whites WASHINGTON AP The fundamental question in the anguish over the future Africa is what happens to the white population if and when the black majority gains full political It is a foregone conclusion that the 24 million blacks would vote them selves into government and the 5 million whites But would the whites who now control the economy continue to hold their privileged position that gives them the best best best best government best best police protection A related question is whether there should be and for leaders of the white those who have en forced apartheid for nearly 40 They are questions without easy But there are people on both sides of the Atlantic thinking about Bishop Desmond the black South African cleric who was awarded the 1984 Nobel Peace says there can and would be cooperation between blacks and although he warns the transition must be made soon to a void a Blacks are not aiming to drive all whites into the Tutu said in a recent South Africa belongs to all who live in But he appears to see no role for the current He said there cant be cooperation with a government that has no Some lessons may be drawn from the experience with black rule in nearby formerly where whites ruled million blacks until blacks gained control in 1980 following a 10year black There have been some instances of violence against and a few but whites generally have not had to fear for their said a State Department expert on southern Whites still have but blacks are now running the The government has nationalized the railroads and airline and threatened to take over the milling White farmers have kept their land essential to Zimbabwes food There are significant differences between Zimbabwe and South which makes any comparison dif Zimbabwe was technically still a colony of Great while South Africa has been independent since 1931 and selfgoverning since There was a lengthy black guerrilla war in which created a black power structure that was ready to take South African blacks lack a cohesive power in part because the government has sought to prevent one from The main black Nelson has been in prison for more than 20 Police accused of burning symbol South Africa AP The wife of jailed black leader Nelson Mandela accused security police of burning down her house in an effort to destroy a symbol of Winnie returned to her home in the black township of Brandfort Tuesday and walked among the charred remains of her possessions at the gutted home and adjoining It is the local security police branch sent by their Mandela told She said the whiteminority government has declared war on the op pressed people of this Amnesty said it had begun receiving disturbing reports of torture of political Prisoners are reported to nave have been beaten and given electric Others have been threatened with with pishe black townshainst their According to figures compiled by the South African Institute of Race at least 607 people have been killed in a year of riots over Police said unknown arsonists were responsible for the blaze at Mandelas She was in about 220 miles when the fire Her Nelson is the leader of the outlawed African National Congress and was im prisoned for life in 1964by the government The government has offered to release if he renounced but has he What they are trying to destroy is a symbol of Mandela I will come They the government will have to reconstruct my herself a prominent national had lived in the threeroom house in Brandfort since 1977 under a state which also says she may not be quoted in the news Lebanese bomb kills injures 75 Lebanon AP A car bomb exploded today outside an apartment block in a densely populated suburb of killing at least 12 people and injuring 75 police The Christian radio The Voice of said three children were among the but said rescuers had found a 9monthold girl alive in the debris of a devastated eightstory The fate of the babys parents was not The occured at mid morning in the poor neighborhood of Sadd setting off fires in a cluster of industrial the radio Pillars of black smoke loomed over the area east of Mexican police get guns back from Army CIUDAD Mexico AP City police had their guns back today after spending a but apparently quiet night on patrol without them after they were confiscated by the Mexican The confiscation Tuesday was part of a routine inspection that left angered city of ficials vowing they would set up citizen patrols if the army continued to take away police In the army is in charge of issuing permits for weapons and enforcing arms The army returned the 139 service revolvers about 9 But Heriberto Juarez police said 80 patrol of ficers continued their patrol until the midnight shift change because they were not called back in to get their At a meeting of city city manager Sergio Conde Varela had We will invite citizens of Juarez to help us to patrol if the army continued its confiscation of police guns This is a naked city now for city police The captains are sending their men out Conde said after policemen turned over the pistols to soldiers of the 26th Infantry Lachica said police were contacted Monday night by army who said they wanted to review and categorize weapons used by the city At 8 over 200 city policemen lined up for what they believed would be a routine inspection of their pistols by the the police mostly caliber were the El Paso Times Were going to go out and throw rocks at the said patrolman Sergio Cardenas as he prepared to begin his first afternoon shift as an unarmed Jose Luis Enriquez com mander of the 26th Infantry said the confiscation was a routine matter for checking the makes and serial numbers of the Enriquez said there would be no problem about the safety of unarmed city since soldiers would also be on duty to preserve the The Mexican by law the highest law enforcement authority in any Mexican answers to the federal which is controlled by Mexicos longruling or Institutional Revolutionary The Juarez city answer to the city which is controlled by the National Action Party of Mayor Fran cisco Barrio PAN is awaiting final confirmation this month from the Mexican Electoral College on the PAN sweep of three federal and one state representative seats in the July 7 elections Vietnam MIA remains returned Vietnam AP Officials of the communist government met American experts at a simple airport ceremony and turned over the remains of 26 people believed to be missing American Marines and airmen saluted as the packed in separate flagdraped were carried aboard a Air Force C130 transport plane for a flight to Manila and on to where experts will analyze them and try to identify Vietnamese specialists said tests indicated at least 17 of the sets of remains almost certainly belonged to Americans missing in action in the Vietnam If all the remains are positively identified as those of it would be the largest single return of remains and equal the total number returned by Vietnam in the past three Twentytwo sets of remains were returned in The United States lists military personnel and civilians as missing in Southeast of them in Soviets try PR for November summit SANTA AP The Reagan bracing for a Soviet propaganda blitz designed to get the upper hand at the says such tactics will hinder progress during the November White House Press Secretary Larry Speakes noted that an in creasing number of Soviet officials have become regulars on television shows in recent months and have used the opportunity to make policy But Speakes said that the statements dont hold Another senior administration reacting to a Soviet spon sored newspaper advertisement and other such said a public relations battle could hurt the Its obvious its going to impede and impinge on open and frank discussions because everybody will be playing to the said the who accompanied Reagan to the West Coast at the start of his threeweek California The Soviet advertisement in Tuesdays New York Times accused the United State of stalling at the Geneva arms control The speaking only on the condition of asserted that the Russians 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