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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                See who made the alldistrict Softball team Turn to Paqe 5 NewBraunfels 410 SOWEST MICROPUBLISHINQ 2627 E YANDELL DR EL PA80 TX 79903 8 pages In one section Tuesday April Serving Coma County and mote than 144 yjafe i Horne of SOiAM Mill i f i 11 S v v j Vol 144 No 116 Inside Market Stammlisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZettung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Susan Peters 50 Kathy Krause Rene Chavez Jackie Brinkkoeter Paul Davis Robert Davlla Adolpho Castro Jr 18 Leonard Castro 20 years Rosa T Tor Gabbard Andrea Schmidt 13 years Richard Shay Urias and Amber Shed To have a birthday or anniver Pollen Count Grass Pollen measured In parts per cubic meter of air Readings taken yesterday Information provided by Dr Frank River information Comal cubic feet per sec ond same as yesterday Edwards Aquifer Panther Canyon Well feet above sea level same as yesterday Democrats to meet tonight The Comal pooounty Democrats tonight at 7 at Comal Bowl Get your shots and get into SchlitUi Schlitterbahn Waterpark opens for 1996 this Saturday with a free immunization clinic for kids The shots are free and all kids who get shots will get free Schlitterbahn tickets The immunization clinic runs from 10 to 1 Saturday April 27 at the Rapids Pavilion off of Union Street For details call the Schlitterbahn informa tion line at 6252351 Novice Night at theater Circle Arts Theatre will hold its annual Novice Night a workshop on basic acting skills Wednesday April 24 beginning at 7 Experi enced actors will be there to assist novices in preparing short skits There is no fee Wear com fortable clothes The work shop is for ages 17 and older Style show benefits symphony On Friday April 26 at 7 in the New Braunfels Civic Cen ter there will be a style show with fashions made from cot ton found at Mission Valley Tex tiles The show will be a benefit for the MidTexas Symphony Guild Refreshments will be served Tickets are being sold by Mid Texas Symphony debutantes and by Mission Valley Textiles and Retail Outlet Call Debbie Meek at 6204869 Patsy Vann at 6251422 or Mission Valley Textiles at 6204607 Rummage sale Eagles Auxiliary rummage sale will be held Saturday April 27 at Eagles Hall The Eagles Auxiliary will have a rummage sale from 8 to 4 Members are urged to start bring articles to Eagle Hall so everything can be sorted and marked by the sale To get donations picked up call 6257243 or 6293224 This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint KKK plans rally on By MELANIE QERIK SteffWriter The Knights of the Klii Klux Klan are planning a June 1 recruiting rally in New Braunfels the city manager told councilmembers Monday night Mike Shands said he received a writ ten request from Michael Lowe KKK state director from Waco to reserve either the Plaza Bandstand or Comal County Courthouse steps for the night time rally Lowe also talked to city officials Monday about the legal ramifications of denying his request Legally the city is up a big big creek without a Shands said City Councilmembers will decide What we say the majority of the crowd will I KKK state director whether or not to approve his request or suggest an alternative location at May 13 meeting County Judge Carter Casteel said she will work to make sure Lowe and his fellow Klansmen receive the least desirable I cant stand seeing our Plaza on channel whatever or our courthouse she said Lowe calledNeW Braunfels a crank German town arid good recruiting grounds for the KKK Lowe said his division of the KKK does not wear the stereotypical white robes and hoods in public and Klans f inert do not believe in V or inciting speech may not like the message but the messenger has Jlf MMW JLV4UM UftWWIBU Y Shands said Lowe described event as a political rally Jheldibyfive to 10 Klansmen Slffcey will play western music They will speak They will sell caps but tons and Shands said Lowe said he plans to inform New Braunfels residents on the KKKs stands against affirmative action illegal Mike Shands city manager immigration and free trade agreements What we say the majority of the crowd will Lowe said City attorney Jacqueline Cullom said ordinances dealing with selling mer chandise on the Plaza and parade reg ulations may come into play as coun cilmembers decide whether or not to grant Lowes request Shands said the city is concerned mostly with the type of crowd the ral ly will attract and not necessarily the sponsoring Klansmen He added the city county and state law enforcement officials probably will work together to control the rally and crowd Cristina AguilarFriar a member of the Greater Hispanic Chamber of Com merce board of directors said she is concerned that New Braunfels has a widespread image problem But Shands said the city has to use extreme caution in dealing with the KKKs First Amendment rights We may not like the message but the messenger has Shands said AWKkUJK am more people will start heading to cool off in the pools and visitors will be greeted oy new fea n i director of Nev parks and i complex has undergone sev sioi flanges from revamping the bath hbiise to creating azerodepth wading At the shallow end of the spring i fjxjme slide t Ulw panVfor this season agreed c j that tiw tiest part of the pool was the spot the pool However 1 they alsojsaid the flume slide was a great addition to the pool can go really fast and swirl 1 around Its said one of the boys of pool is a A zip line and a rope swing have been added at the deeper end The zip line appears to be the favorite so far fljjike the zip line said 10 yearold AleishaMoon will use the zip line all day lifeguard Liz Grows 1 think its because its like James Bond some of them I t the bathhouse This pool also has log slide and structures shaped like a frog a turtle and a mushrpom that squirt water iNeffendorf said the renovations which began in December and will be complete once a final play structure is added on the side pf the pools were an 1 attempt to make the park more like it wa originally trying tp some more attractions to make itexcit will alsp op on including ing for entire families and all the Svimming f entertainment Agrand opening fbr the aquatic corn We encourage plex is scheduled for Saturday April out and enjoy ojff waterVirn w 27 wUJ be from as yopk to Bill Hecke v slidjng down line for the ribbon parlc that hoppAiltvwill cuttingThe pools will Ujen bpenlronii niake Modernday Amelia Earhart inspires students By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Dreams come true if you keep pursing them and believe in your self That was the message Linda Finch brought to a fourth grade class at Bulverde Elementary on Monday as she told them about the dream she is pursuing Finch a pilot from San Antonio dubbed World Flight The project entails Finch recreating the arbund theworld flight of Amelia Earhart in a similar plane She will drop a wreath over Howland Island where Earhart disappeared Finch will embark on her flight from Oakland CA on March and was in Lori Balcars class to share her dream with the students Finch talked with the students about Earharts told them stories about her personal life as well as her dreams She said Earhart wanted to make women pilots a common sight She also wanted to show people what could be accomplished by believing in yourself That was very important for her that anyone could do any job they put their minds said Finch I was very amazed by how she taught so many people to reach beyond their Finch told students a big part of the project is to raise aware ness about Earhart and her work She said most people only remem ber that she attempted the flight and disappeared while in route They dont know much about her life and her life was wonderful Thats what we want peo ple to learn she said Finch lis tened to short ranging from being a teacher to being the president to being a track star One girl even wants to be a doctor to find a cure for her broth ers skin disorder Finch told them dreams are never easy to accom plish She said they have to con tinuously work at them Finchs visit to Balcars class came after the students spent time studying aviation Earhart per suasive writing and believing in yourself The students wrote letters to Finch and she agreed to come They were in awe when they found said Balcar They said gosh it really In addition to the visit the stu dents were invited to come see and climb in the plane after she returns from her flight This is more learning than any textbook could said Prin cipal Linda Swanson The class also presented Finch with a tshirt and cap to wear on her flight and a PTA check to defray costs The students also J made a wreath that they gave to Finch and asked her to drop it with hers over Howland Island Finch said she would Garden Ridge well pays dividends By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer HemldZsttung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL They dont make em like that any more Jimmy Doran glances at a 1958 Impala at the swap meet and car show that attracted hundreds of visitors to the Comal County Fairgrounds over the weekend The annual event Is sponsored by the New Braunfels Rotary Club and the New Braunfels Area Car Club GARDEN RIDGE Seven months after its second water well was installed Garden Ridge Mayor Jay P Millikin said the well is working The city is extremely fortunate that we drilled the second Millikin said Its the insur ance policy we have been looking The 340foot Well was put into opera tion last October The reason Well was drilled was to provide an adequate backup for Well which was put into operation in 1987 and is located 100 feet from Well Both wells pump gallons of water per minute and are located on a one acre plot on FM 2252 Millikin said it did not take long for Well to prove its worth to both the city and its resi dents Three months after Well was installed the motor on Well 1 burned out We would have been up a creek without the alternative well source in the Mil likin said We had to pull the entire pump assembly system out After a routine mainte nance check on the turbine pump we found excessive calcium It never had been checked before for any routine At least this time the city of Garden Ridge was prepared for the emergency Three years ago when Millikin was in his first term as may or the motor on Well burned out leaving the city in a very precarious position We were lucky to find a replacement motor with twothirds less horsepower in San Antonio which allowed us to limp along until we had the motor on Well Millikin said We had to wait nine to 12 months to get the motor rewired Not only did we not have a backup motor but it took us a couple of weeks to get the smaller The city is looking for new improvements to its water system We are in the process of constructing our gallon ground storage Millikin said Our master plan calls for a gallon ground storage tank and our initial cost esti mates for it were at But I looked into it and saw that we could get gallons at the same Millikin said he would run his plan by the citys water commission and the council at its May meeting If everything goes as planned Millikin said he hoped to go out for bids in a minimum of two Tribute paid to journalist who died in Bosnia crash See Opinion Page 4 L   

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