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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Texas November LESLIE Larry and Michelle May put the finishing touches on Kathy Battenbergs hair in preparation for the Hair and Fashion Extravaganza at 78 Saturday at the Holiday The event will benefit victims of the Mexican It will be presented by the the Collection and the Continued from Page 1A until after the public hearing on All Americans application for an operating permit for the McCamey toWebster portion of the The Texas Railroad Commission will have the hearing 9 Brown also challenged All Americans petition for restraining orders on the third requirement for injunctive relief probable right of or the pipeline companys likelihood of winning in the Brown something new will occur in this hearing that has never happened before the RRC will have respon sibility for preventing pollution of surface and subsurface In the 69th the Texas Legislature expressed its concern over the possible effects of the transport of crude oil on surface and subsurface Brown wrote in his clients charging the RRC with the responsibility to ensure pipeline companies operate in such a manner as to prevent any The amendment to RRCs statutory powers Brown referred to went into effect June The commission seldom gets power that it does not Brown They went before the legislature and lobbied for this change so that they do not have to share the authority over pipelines with the Texas Water The attorney for the landowners said he was confident that the RRC would handle its responsiblity over protection of water from pollution from pipelines They have this sort of respon sibility over mining and conduct very rigorous hearings on the pollution of groundwater from mining opera Brown Landowners whose cases were heard include Michaelis Marion also known as Marion and Leo Miller who is selling his agreed to the same settlement Brown had already gotten for his other two rather than go through the hearing with the same Brown A fourth that of AllAmerican Pipeline Joseph will have to be reset because the papers on the hearing were never Brown The restraining order was extend ed to 27 when a new hearing is Continued front Page 1A medical supplies from military bases in In the Agency for Develop ment said 12 helicopters were being A coordinator of emergency medical services at another emergency said in a radio interview that disinfectants were needed so 63 bodies there could be held for The coordinator said water was in short supply with not enough to wash the wounds of the Guillermo head of the Col ombian Red told CBS Morning News today when asked about the number feared We have the facts but not the figures the ex act but we believe in the Armero region its about to but we have some other in NB choirs to perform in San Antonio concert Nineteen New Braunfels students will perform in a choir concert at 7 Saturday at San Antonios Trini ty The concert is open to the Seven of these students Georgie Jeff Wade Bill Tammy Shan non Schumann and Leigh Bateman are New Braunfels High students who were selected to the District Twelve middle school students Shannon Janna Chris Alice Carmen Deana Melonie Carmen Manuel Tina Rocky Gaytan and Tam my Clark will sing withh the All Region Prior to the students will participate in an allday choir Stephen Bedford is the high school choir director and Cindy Hunsucker is the middle schhool Stocks NEWYOKKiAPl AMR Corp AmerCan Ameritech AMI Inc Am Motors AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlHichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth Beth Steel Borden s CaterpTr Centel ChesebgH Chevron Chrysler CoastalCp s CocaCola Cole man ComlMetl DeltaAirl DiamShm DowChem Dressrlnd duPont EastKodak s Enserch Entexlnc Exxon FedlCo Firestone FtBcpTex Flowerlnd FordMot GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam GenElec Gen Motors GnMotrE Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac GulfStaUt Haliburtn HolidayCorp Houstlnd HughesTI Interfst IBM IntlHarv Int Paper JohnsJn Kmart KrogerCo LTVCoip Litton Ind LoneSta Ind 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ork Stock Exchange Analysts said demand for stocks faded a bit after interest rates turned upward in the credit markets on jured and deaths on the other side In the coffeegrowing area of Chln The Caracol broadcast network said 700 bodies had been found as of early tt based Its count on In formation from the Civil Red the Defense Ministry and national Hundreds of bodies were being taken to a soccer stadium In the village of four miles from said Associated photgrapher Carlos Television film showed survivors inching their way across the sea of Many crawled on their stomachs to avoid sinking Into the quicksandlike One man dug laboriously with a sauce pan to free a young girl half buried In the The the tallest building in was leveled by the continued from Page 2A He said a Sesquicentennia theme had been planned for the August pro We want to put oh a show unequaled in the but that takes he Commission chairman Mike Walker suggested the group should approach the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce for in consideration of the large number of visitors the event brings to the ci Pat another Texas Junior Miss We havd approached the but theres not much help How about a challenge to the Walker If theyll give x amount of well give x amount of Weve done It before with the Greater New Braunfels Arts and I personally think Its a good If theyre who they say they theyll Jump on he If more support for the program cant be found in New Cook said Texas Junior Miss may have to find another But weve fought to keep it he add Commission member Toby Lohr asked the Texas Junior Miss representatives to come back in for the next quarterly In the the com mission will ask City Attorney Barry Moore for a ruling if the groups pro duction qualifies for funding under city Applications for the next quarterly review should be submitted to Sarkozi by the first week in The next commission meeting will be sometime later that The place to remember all the special people in your 876 Sin Antonio New 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