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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                10A New Braunfels August 1 1 985 Amateur shows tail missing before crash TOKYO AP American aviation experts today flew by helicopter to a remote mountain ridge where 520 people died in the crash of a Japan Air Lines jumbo New evidence was found that in dicated the planes tail section had disintegrated in The Americans from the Federal Aviation the National Transportation Board and the Boeing Commercial Airplane which built the plane carried cameras and were dressed in mountainclimbing The group was accompanied by Japanese in At one a Japanese official pointed to an adjoining ridge where a gap in the solid treeline indicated the fighting for had plowed through before smashing into the steep mountainside on It was the worst singleplane crash in air Only four people of the 524 aboard the 747 There were six Americans among the 22 foreigners on Japan Broadcasting reported searchers located a piece of the vertical stabilizer on another mountainside some distance from the crash along the path of the stricken Boeing Police in Kanagawa prefecture said a piece of heat insulating possibly from the was found at the shore of Sagami south of where several other chunks of tail section debris were recovered The stabilizer and other parts of the planes tail section were found in the about 90 miles from the Worst aviation disasters n The worst air disaster KLM Boeing 747 taking off crashes into taxiing PanAm 747 at Santa Cruz de Canary killing 582 on March 1977 QThe worst singleplane disaster Turkish DC10 crashes at 26 miles northeast of killing 346 on March 1974 n The worst plane disaster at sea Air India Boeing 747 crashes into 120 miles southwest of kill ing 329 on June 1985 n The worst air disaster American Airlines DC10 loses an engine and crashes after takeoff at Chicagos OHare International killing 271 aboard plane and 2 on the ground on May 1979 n Other major singleplane crashes Saudi Arabian Lockheed L1011 burns in emergency landing and kills 301 on at airport in Saudi Ara bia New YorkSeoul flight of Korean Air Lines 747 is shot down by Soviet jet fighter off Sakhalin killing 269 people on 1983 Air New Zealand DC10 jetliner on sightseeing flight crashes into mountain in killing 257 on 1979 Chicago Tribune Graphic Source Chicago Tribune news reports crash Japans largest daily newspaper published a grainy photograph taken by an amateur showing a silhouetted jet flying overhead with most of its tail including the If the picture could provide evidence in determining what caused the The Keiichi said in a telephone in terview he was in his garden in 40 miles west of at Monday when he noticed the plane flying very with a lot of It was he because aircraft rarely fly over the area where he I grabbed my camera and took one Then the plane The jetliner vanished from Tokyo air controllers radar screens at Yamazaki lives about 30 miles east of the crash JAL spokesman Geoffrey Tudor said the company was aware of the picture but had not obtained a copy of it or the He said JAL of ficials did not doubt its Japan Transport Ministry officials said Thursday that preliminary evidence indicated that the plane suffered tail section failure shortly after takeoff from Tokyos Haneda airport during the onehour flight to They ordered immediate in spection of tail sections on the 69 jumbo jets flown by Japans four commercial Surviving a hurricane Hurricane warning Q Secure boat before storm arrives do not return to boat once wind and waves are D Store drinking D Check batterypowered n Fuel your car Q Board up windows and secure outdoor n Leave lowlying D Leave mobile homes for Before the more substantial season begins D your home is sturdy n Each June check and at a safe elevation SSiCS nonper lo nearest ishable foods and equip ment you will need when a storm Q Monitor TV after first learning of tropical storm n During a hurricane continue normal activities but stay tuned to National Weather Service A watch means possible danger within 24 Chicago Tribune Graphic Source National Weather Service During the storm Q Remain Travel is extremely dangerous when winds and tides are Q Tornados often are spawned by Listen to radio and TV for storm Q Beware the eye of the storm If the calm pass es directly the lull may last only 30 at the other side of the the storm still rages but the fierce winds will strike from opposite After the Q Seek necessary medical care at disaster stations or Q Stay out of disaster areas unless you have been qualified to Q Drive carefully along debrisfilled Q Avoid loose or dangling wires report them im mediately to power companies or Q Report broken sewers or water Q Prevent Lowered water pressure makes firefignting Q Check refrigerated food for spoilage if power has been Q Bemuse hurricanes often cause severe flooding as they move stay away from banks of rivers and Danny reduced to depression Short fuse African speech fuels sanctions sentiment AP Flash inthepan Hurricane Danny left power downed trees and minor flooding in its wake and emergency centers were quickly abandoned by people one official said have been through this so many times before that theyve got it down to a There was one No other injuries were reported Thursday and none of the immense property damage left by such killer storms as Audrey in Setsy in Camille in 1969 or Hilda in In the town of a man was injured when a mobile home for an oil drilling crew was rolled about 60 He was hospitalized in stable authorities Robert Henry of died Wednesday evening after being electrocuted when the boat he was pulling out of the water to avoid the storm hit a power said Galveston Medical Examiner Ray Witnesses said Johnson was electrocuted when he got out of his truck at Tike Island Village to check on his This was no said Gloria who spent Wednesday night with her six children at a Red Cross shelter at Lake I didnt sleep I didnt eat And the pizza tasted like But I guess you have to take precautions or youll walk into the mouth of a Danny wasnt much of a tiger after it was downgraded to a tropical storm by 8 At 2 the National Hurricane Center downgraded Danny to a tropical depression with a poorly defined center just south of Monroe in northeast heading north northeast toward Arkansas and Mississippi with 30 mph WASHINGTON AP By resisting any dramatic easing of its apartheid the South African government has failed to give President Reagan what he wanted ammunition to defeat strong congressional pressure for economic It may also have put another nail in the coffin of Reagans controversial policy of constructive engagement toward the white South African The administation had looked to the speech President Botha on apartheid Thursday for a dramatic move to ease the plight of South Africas black But it was Instead of giving the ad ministration an opportunity to defeat prosanction lawmakers claimed their position had been strengthened by Bothas Heavy majorities in both the House and Senate already have voted for although the Senate hasnt yet approved final In a speech regarded as unex pectedly Botha declared he will never support such equal political rights as onevote for He indicated it would be unacceptable for South Africas 24 million blacks to wrest control from the 5 million Yet the administration had called earlier in the week for political equality and justice for South Africas To political rights means one The Reagan administration was subdued in its response to Bothas calling it a a positive but otherwise declining to publicly characterize Ad listration officials said the most positive feature was Bothas ex pressed willingness for a dialogue with black although the conditions for such a dialogue werent who is recuperating in Santa from recent cancer surgery did not watch the which was carried live by the Cable News so his personal response was not He has in the past bent over backward to defend actions of the South African But a senior administration of who did not want to be iden said the speech was disap And Robert the presidents national security said Botha had given less to blacks than he had been led to expect when he met in Vienna last week with South African Foreign Get the inside word Watch for Inside Professional Westling The week of July 2328 only in your HeraldZeitung Jean Certified Hypnotherapist Member Professional Hypnotism Society of America presents HYPNOSIS GROUPS 2 for 2 for Evening 23 Free Lecture and Q A period Weight Loss Stop Smoking at Holiday Inn VISA MC New Braunfels Plllow JJTheres only one and shes good Shes helped thousands She can help you For more call collect between 7 9 51217293424 Its not necessary to 1 HEATERS FAUCETS SEWERS DRAINS LAVATORIES OVERTIME CHARGE American Plumbing FREE FREE FREE Lite Kit with Purchase of any Ceiling Light Bulbs with purchase of any Light 60 OFF Installation with purchase of mirrored closet Floor Table 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