Friday, November 15, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410 M053 TEXAS AMERICAN MI CROP11 M ATT PETE SINCLAIR BOX 45436 TX 7 World 1985 was a year for disasters See Page 3A Comal same Canyon inflow down 58 same Edwards up Canyon Lake level down Area Pipeline allowed to survey Hays County See below Cougarettes aim f or state See Page 7A New Braunfels Herald Ntw Texts Friday 224 November 25 Cents 34 Pages Sections Colombian volcano kills thousands TV JT Amero TV Colombia Colombia AP Rescue helicopters today ferried numbed survivors of a devastating volcanic eruption out of the vast reach of grey mud that covered their Andean Officials said as many as people were feared Those who lived through the blaz ing ash and wall of mud unleashed by the Nevado del Ruiz volcano inched on their stomachs across the mud to reach trapped Hundreds of bodies were The volcano ended months of rumbling with a fiery eruption late Wednesday that melted its snow Simultaneous heavy rains engorg ed the Lagunilla River before dawn turning it into a rushing wall of mud that destroyed at least 85 percent of a coffeefarming town of people 30 miles from the volcano and 105 miles northwest of Another people lived in the nearby towns of Carmelo and also buried by Radio Caracol quoted one rescuer as saying screams still were being heard today from survivors who climbed trees to escape the rush of Such mud slides have been known to reach 60 razing everything in their An air bridge was being establish ed today to bring injured from Mari an emergency to using four military and four private The United States was sending blankets and See Page 10A Constable switches from NTN4MAS Staff writer Constable Werner Kiesling said hed ratjier switch than Kiesling has changed his party af filiatifir0i from Democrat to In that I have been in law I have strived to serve people of Comal County and especially the ones in my precinctijl have never given better service tej any group simply because of political Kiesling said in a prepared statement this Kiesling said in his statement that he considered himself a conservative especially in matters of law enforce ment and fiscal The philosophy of the Republican Party concerning these matters are more in line with my philosophies therefore ajjjoTmy efforts will be con centrated in that afreefioiTiri the the constable When asked if he had considered running for any other office besides perhaps for sheriff in two Kiesling said that he had been approached by several but he had not made up his Charles local Republican Party said he welcomed any par ticularly conservative Democrats in to the Republican fold and that he had talked to Kiesling about his deci sion and was Years ago we had to go out and recruit Berger Now they just come to On the subject of Kiesling possibly running for Berger said he had discussed it with the I told him he was welcome to run for the chairman but IT not to expect that he would bettie on ly Republican interested in that of We are not recruiting him to run for If I did that I would feel obligated to support him before the The Republican chairman said he expected this coming election to have many contended races in the Republican including the sheriffs The party will support the winner of the and we show no preference before Berger The party chairman said the changing of party afiliation was hap pening all over the state among of Most of our growth has come from Democrats who see the Na tional Democratic Party not reflec ting their he Brett Lemoine and his Michelle trie 80s terrtperaturesthis morning cool off at Landa Park this netted at least 20 Although this weeks temperatures were in AilAmerican will survey land in Hays County Staff writer Three Hays County landowners lost their battle to keep AilAmerican Pipeline from surveying their property this State District Judge Fred Moore granted AllAmerican Pipeline an ex tension on its temporary restraining orders Wednesday in two cases and Thursday in the third AilAmerican Pipeline petitioned the court to extend the restraining orders that it had granted 4 on the grounds that it already had com mon carrier status and had proved to the RRC that its pipeline was for public Once the restraining order would keep the landowners from impeding its efforts to survey the proposed route a crude oil pipeline coming from to Moore accepted provi sions attached to the restraining order by attorney Dick Terrel representing the three lan The pipeline company will have to give 24hour notice to the landowners when they want to enter the put up a bond and cut down no trees larger than 1820 inches in Liberian forces kill excommander At the core of the arguments on both sides was whether AllAmerican has common carrier status and whether they had proved their line was for public Moore accepted the companys interpretation of which gave the pipeline the right of eminent domain and a limited con demnation Besides his arguments against their common carrier Brown tried to prove that the company had no right to the restraining order because there was no ml irreparable damage that the com pany would Preliminary injunctive relief is given to maintain the status Ail American is hardly attempting to maintain the status Brown wrote in defense of his If Moore had not granted the exten sion of the restraining even AllAmericans Edward Inside could not define exactly what irreparable damages his client would At I his lime the damaged suffered ly the plaintiff are to a large degree Marion wrote in his peti tion for restraining No specilic types of damages or amounts were put Brown wauled the company to wait See Page 10A Committee hears about water Ivory Coast AP Liberian head of state Samuel Doe said today one of his bodyguards shot and killed Brigadier Thomas the leader of a bloody at tempt to overthrow his government three days In a radio Doe also said the Liberian capital of Monrovia was tense and imposed a dusktodawn He said anyone found on the streets one minute after six oclock tonight would be executed on the The presidentelect said the warn ing applied to diplomats and other as well as to He said the army does not intend to kill but said Us soldiers do not know who the rebels Does address was broadcast this morning by Radio a private Christian station in The broadcast was monitored in this neighboring West African Doe said Quiwonkpa was arrested and shot by one of my bodyguards just enlisted yesterday in the armed forces of He said the who was not was accompanied by 2nd Edward Slanger and Thomas Doe announced on Liberian state radio the capture and death of Quiwonkpa without reveal ing details of the Does forces had crushed Quiwonkpas attempted which began early Tuesday in the im poverished West African founded in 1847 by freed American has a ppfilation of 2 million and is the only black African country never to have fallen under European colonial Doe is Liberias first leader who was not a descendant of the freed Todays weather Temperatures dropped at least 20 degress this morning to a presstime low of Temperatures should re main in the 50s through the after dropping to the low 50s Cloudy and cool weather will prevail Theres an 80 percent chance of rain dropping to a 30 percent chance Winds are gusty from the CLASSIFIED 3108 COMICS 2B CROSSWORD IB DEARABBY 9A DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE 1B OPINIONS 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 56A SPORTS 78A STOCKS 1QA WEATHER 2A DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Urging cooperation among the local and a non profit a founding member of the Fort Worth Streams and Valleys Committee said there are many ways to protect the water ways of Comal Joe Paul Jones talked to members of the countys Rivers Oversight Committee Thursday at a luncheon about the benefits of forming a non profit organization to preserve and protect the Guadalupe and Comal at its evening the Rivers Oversight Committee formed a subcommittee to create either a local nonprofit organization or a local nonprofit which would administer the resources and be financially administered by the Com munity Foundations of Theres so many things we can do and must do to preserve our way of life where we have Jones We need to use it iwater to the best use of many Jones said the Streams and Valleys Committee has raised about from an annual Mayfest along the Trinity the group has with donated eight channel dams and seven miles of bike put in picnic tables and and planted about Stay completely separate from government he 11 you can get you can do things the city will never do because it takes the city a lot longer and a lot more Rivers Oversight Committee liaison Ed McWilliams told the group that a nonprofit organization can cooperate with government to obtain matching You can do it locally if you desire he Facilities will give you an avenue to institute controls and then you can implement a tee By providing you pro vide an then you can provide for controls around that facility you can provide law en forcement and add he Almost all the Streams and Valley Committees projects are done with volunteer Jones The more people you get involved volun the more people you will have that will protect and preserve what theyve lie When these kids were a part of something a treeplanting pro it was theirs and they werent going to mess up that park lie We can get the project but its better to get it done by volunteers if you McWilliams said the Rivers Over sight Committee will visit other non profit organizations and funds on a tour the second week of