New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 31, 1996, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 31, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas dais prepare for all ibilities prior to rally By ABE LEVY [.Staff Writer < AII fort's left is 1_______w ; 'Carty md city officials say try'vc ;tAaevayBMKpoHttea|Rp» ’(lag for the Kl! Kin Klaa rely an Srt- jigdty. ; KKK leaden said Bk rally will shout IO Klaasraea jtoag {western iwac, making recrating speeches end seUmg cjpft. T-sfcets nd passing era tenure. * The Klan, whack ia the past has white-hooded robes, will be pbm daffies tor Bk rely for 630 pjL Sawhy ai aa. Kfichael Lowe, foe Kha*s I drtBctor,mrt wife city officials April 22, local leaden have tffiea cai-ciliated steps lo swosd SB MOCos6?oBtodl outcome. From beefing up secunty, to blocking off foe MraaFlaa^ holding a Ufo-kJUDy oa Sunday, speaking al civic ■jbs and orgnzMtons about foe dn-iffgs of attending foe evert, eveiyfoeag but the dust has been settled. .^nhe city did an excellent job in getting a aeoae aa what (Lowe's) abort,” Comal County Judge Carter Casteel pod. "We*!* going to keep our fingers crowed Tm ane (city and county officials) think, 'What else can we do to vepare for Sstunfey?”* 'Ernie Chok, city flanger for the City if Tyler, which saw at least two Khn ■flies over the last five years, said the y)er lathes cane rad left without mar- I    JHpp.    rn    ‘A I we rwoawaaue cnanvi using oauRwy    as.? pjai Kin Rally awd writ ope* as soon ae the pfaota is dewed IffiJffirtBnnnfiffifolk* Depsrtmert said it will be < fee Fourth of Jutyrt fertility ofow plaza faoctkn, and do side streets’ he dosed The nne lestnohon w® apply on: ityRoBy. manly 9 pm dee to fee IMty I preparation was foe dry's No, I priority. 1 doal dunk it vealy hart. lf yea can pull it off and do it ia a peaceful way, it's really a pies for foe ootnnu-taty,’* Clark said The Tyler rallies taougfo about 25 Klamiuea, 75 onfoohenaadahowdof local and national moths who were hi Texas during foe 1992 twrianal COP convention in Houston, Chria said About 25 to SO of the onlookers were opposing the rally, he said Tyler's KICK preparation involved state and county police assistance, including canine security, about 15 mounted police and hundreds of law enforcement officials throughout foe rally area. Oak said about 30 police dream! in riot gear stood watoh in front of foe tally. During foe rally another 30 pobce replaced foe ones already outside, a move that kept onlookers and ralliers from knowing the extent of law enforcement, he said In addition pobce bused in foe Khn from a confidential location. Overall foe event only cost foe city overtime for extra police shifts and a few extra meetings to prepare. Whde local lenders will foe! relieved when its over, they hope a return trip is not in foe Klan's plans. “(Lowe) certainly can come every weekend If he’s truly trying to recruit membership, and no one comes (to his tallyX I can't see why he would** Casted said “He has that right, but his pattern has been not to return, from what we understand" Lowe said although he does not foresee coming bade, it is still an option if his First Amendment rights are not protected. “If we feel like a city is doing us wrong, then we’ll go back and brede its budget. This would be our only recourse,** Lowe said “The city has been fair to us. I see no reason to come back unless the issue came up during foe rally.” Frontage road work Still mystifies some [By DAVI) DEKUNDER Staff Writer S Since foe one-way frontage road 'system went into effect a week ago, a Texas Department of Transportation official said his department has received a few complaints, but other than that, foe feedback has been positive. r^*A few people fed like they have t jnprtprtinr r ii," TXDQT Aid-Area Engineer Greg Malatek sari have received a few phone calls people who are angry because sty it used to take them a minute get tome where and now it takes _jm five minutes. I say for the most •part foe calls have been positive. I say the majority of foe people are happy with it” Last week, TXDOT changed the two-way frontage roads from Busi-35/IH-35 north to Loop 337 south to one-way. The change included changing foe signals at foe intersec-ions of Highway 46, FM 725 and Walnut Avenue to go with a one-way lyrtem. Malatek believes foe new detector oop signals are helping move traffic foster. The signals move traffic by briefing if a car is at foe intersection or not The old signals at the intersections wen timed signals. r “The new signals, foe detector loops, have helped out,** Malatek said “They ie making traffic move foster... and thorn fluidly” I Malatek said there are still some motorists who haven’t gotten used to the change. “There is still that occasion when someone goes the wrong way, realizes it and then turns back,” Malatek said On Wednesday, crews began putting foe striping on the roads and at the intersections. Malatek said foe striping, foe cleanup of old signs and foe addition of foe new signs will continue into next week. Vt  __ -The majority of the senora will be done by the end o Malatek aid Lt. John Wommack of the New Braunfels Police Department said his department has had few problems with foe change to one-way. “We haven't had any accidents related to foe one-way frontage roads since they went into effect a week ago,” Wommack said “We have had complaints of people going foe wrong way. The people were well warned about it by the construction company, foe highway department and foe newspaper.” Texans urged to conserve water AUSTIN (AP) — Although foe vast majority of public water systems are coping well so for, state officials say every individual must help save water as foe withering drought continues. Gov. George W. Bush and arite water official said conservation is foe key to preserving adequate sup-plies of drinking water. “I luge everyTexan to join bs in conserving our waler, literally one drop rn a tune," Bush aid Thursday. v “Conservation can take place eveiy day. And we want Texans to heed this calL Conserving our natural resources involves evny one of us. Then really is no aiver tining to this cloud I wish there were more clouds, and God knows there will be one of these days.** Bush said foe rtate won’t require specific conservation measures from 1*^*1    hywiw tfwfw dMooa vaiy widely from one aes to another. 7* * Ommed I mumms cai in nill! Phenomenal Cellular Nutrition! #1 Home-Based Networking Business in America Caff and find out which Network Marketing Nutrition Company 3 Millionaires are not only endorsing, but have also become Distributors themselves! FREE Information! 1-800-567-9752 (recorded message) STEARIN SHRIMP 5 I His 11A arter tat HEE from JlOXH HAMAMA Can 629-3311 For Pick-up Window Obituaries Ethel Posey Kutachar Ethel Posey Kutscher, of San Marcos, died at her residenceon Thursday, May 30,1996, a foe age of 88 yean. Funeral services will be held at 2 pm on Saturday, June I at Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery. Memorials should be made to Hospice New Braunfels. Doeppenschmklt Funeral Heme Roberta Campbell DeWeese of Canyon Lake died Wednesday, May 29,19%, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at foe age of 80. Funeral services will be I p.m. Friday, May 31, at Church in foe Valley, Canyon Lake, with Pastor Carter Coibrey officiating. Interment follows in Cranes Mill Cemetery, StartzviUe. Visitation began 6 pm Thurscby and continued until ll am Friday. Memorials may be given to foe Church in foe Valley Building Fund.    /> 7aeller^= xL-SFVNtKfilMOMt Howard riichnr Nowoftny Howard Fischer Nowotny, age 79, of New Braunfels, died May 28,1996, following a long illness. He was bom March 21, 1917, to Peter C. A Emmy Nowotny in Comal County and graduated from New Braunfels High School. Mr. Nowotny served bb courtly, with foe Army, for three yean Ari* WortdWa II, pending a Urge pat of foe tune avenses and receiving a good conduct medal and pm For a number of years fofiow-ing foe war, he served in foe Reserve. He attended a Mechanical School in Los Angeles, Calif., and woriced as a mechanic in New Braunfels, as well as forming on foe fondly form for a number of years before retiring as a mechanic and devoting his full time to forming and ranching. After remaining a bachelor for many years, he married Edna Talley October 22, 1964, and they had IO happy years of marriage before she <fied in 1974. His sister, Jessie Nowotny Metz, also preceded him in death on February 16,1993. Mr. Nowotny is survived by his niece, Mary Lynn Sewell, and her husband, Earl Sewell, their children, Lisa Sewed Harper and Mark Sewell; Lisa's children, Jessica Lynn, and (twins) Jonathan Thomas and Jordan Avery Harper, all of Waco. He is also survived by a number of cousins, including Leland Fischer, Mildred Lehman, Oliver Nowotny, Elmo Fischer, Lamia Ross, Stewart Fischer, Florence Boraemann, Elva Rae Rogers and Christine Weiss; and a number of close friends, including his long-time faithful friend frim the Aimy, Thor Oristad of Yuma, Arizona, Elton Specht of New Braunfels and Harold Hartwig, also of New Braunfels. The funeral service will be rt 3 prn Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home, with Clnplain Sonja Dalglish officiating. Burial wfflfoltow at Comal Cemetery, New Braunfels. The fondly has suggested foal memorials go to Hospice New Braunfels. Theller-ss* Louis* W. Borfth Louise W. Bath of New Braunfels died Thursday, May 30, 19%, at foe Eden Home for foe Aged at foe age of 91. She was bom November23,1904, at Berclair, Texas, to Fred A Dora (Schulz) Pahmiyer. She was preceded rn death by her husband Berthold Berth on April 9,1986. She is survived by a daughter, Dorothy Schwarz, & her husband Herbert of New Braunfels; a son, Leroy Boffo, A his wife Judy of Schertz; three grandchildren, David A Gary Schwarz and Pamela Carter, also two great-grandchildren, Breanne A Justin Schwarz. Funeral services will be held 9:30 am Saturday at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Comal Cemetery. Visitation will begin at I pm Friday and continue until service time at Zoeller Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the Eden Home or charity of one's choice. ~7<xllcr jL-SfUNEW. 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