Sunday, September 6, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas September ii i uowvj luci 9Or B native named chief of military intelligence Ruffles and flourishes and gun salutes were the order of the day as more than Military Intelligence soldiers from around the country came to attention on Chaf fee Parade Field earlier this summer to activate the MI New Braunfels native Gen Julius Parker U S Army Intelligence Center and h formally became the chief of the MI Corps and ceremoniously ac cepted the new MI Corps Flag and activated the After Parker was presented the new MI Corps the honorary honorary sergeant major and 11 distinguished members of the MI Corps were introduced and presented with their appointment Parker addressed the audience noting that it was a day of honor for the United States as in three the country would be celebrating its 212th Its a day of honor for the Con because the Constitution forms the fundamental basis for our way of Parker It is also the basis for our being as an Army because it authorizes the Congress to raise and support Armies for the common Parker said that Intelligence has always been a part of the Army since its beginning 212 years ago with the formation of Knowltons the first intelligence and recon naissance Since that and through the 59 years of our skills have always been there when they were needed in both peace and because intelligence has no holiday its at war every he Parker concluded his address by telling the soldiers of their tasks associated with the security of the If we are to succeed in achieving these things as individuals and an we must be all that we can and that is Always Out After Parkers all of the troops ceremoniously passed In review to the accompaniment of the 36th Army The parade of troops included the authen tically clad 14th Continental Army of the American Heritage Association from the 112th MI Brigade of the Army Intelligence School at Fort Although the MI Corps Activation Ceremony concluded with the play ing of the Army the festivities of the day had just A recep tion was held after the ceremony at Chaffee Parade followed in the afternoon by the unveiling of the distinguished members of the MI Corps display at Alvarado Parker was born in New Braunfels on April Upon completion of the Reserve Officers Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View University in he was commis sioned a second lieutenant of infantry and awarded a bachelor of science degree in biology and He also holds a master of science degree in public administration from Ship pensburg State His military education includes completion of the infantry Officer Basic and Advanced the United States Army Command and General Staff College and the United States Army War Parker has held a wide variety of important command and staff posi tions culiminating in his current assignment as commanding United States Army Intelligence Julius Parker and United States Army Intelligence which he has held since August Parkers command is located at four sites through the country Fort Fort Corry and Goodfellow Air Force Awards and decorations Parker has received include the Defense Superior Service the Legion of the Bronze Star Medal with V the Purple the Family violenceadvocatetrainingto begin Volunteer and advocate training for the Comal County Family Violence Shelter begins Thursday in the county courthouse grand jury The Family Violence Shelter needs volunteers to help women and children in Comal County who are be ing abused and In an 18 month period from 1985 to fami ly violence accounted for 10 percent of the cases handled by the Comal County District Attorneys Volunteers will view the television The Burning about a woman who survived years of abuse and finally took matters into her own hands and burned her husbands bed as he Volunteers also will learn skills to help family members who have been battered and The sessions will last seven non consecutive Guest speakers will orient volunteers on topics rang ing from family law to sexual The sessions will last hours from to y Train ing is Men and women are welcome to at tend the sessions the shelter also needs volunteers who are The training schedule follows 10 The Burning Bed 14 New Braunfels Police patrolman Spencer Greminer will address 15 Lacey Sloan of the Hays County Womens Center will address volunteers about sexual Sept 17 Jimmie Leaverton of Teen Connection will speak about children and violence 21 District Attorney Hill Schroeder and attorney Jack Kotun son will discuss family the law and the court system 22 Counselor Frank Terry will discuss advocate training Sept 28 Counselor Judy KovacsLong will discuss advocate training Sept 2i Volunteer advocates will participate in roleplaying ses Potluck supper will follow For more contact Deborah Clark at the dislnct at torneys oil court house annex Lakeside Medical Center Hancock Highway 306 Canyon S I 3 Outpatient Clinic Schedule 9 specialty clinics to meet the needs of area residents I T n n or 9354329 Jiinii i I Akl M I WUMON OK MIMORIAL IN SAS MARIOS IE A FOSTER CALL YOUR LOCAL TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES 6252338 Meritorious Service Medal with three oak leave the Air the Army Commendation the Combat Infantrymans tile Parachutist and the Depart ment of the Army Staff and Joint Chiefs of Staff identification He is married to the former Dorothy June Henry and they have two sons and a Adult Ed classes begin The Adult Education program of Comal County which includes Comal and New Braunfels school districts will start its fall pro grams 14 and Maggie director of the announced that there is a change of location for the English as a second language and general educational develop ment The classes that were at the National Guard Ar mory have been changed to Lone Star She also wants to let students know that if they feel they are ready for the GKI3 they should come by one of the GKI classes and ask for a sample The instructor will be able to tell the student how quickly he or she will be able to get a The following classes will start 14 or 15 and are Students may register at any class New Braunfels High School Koom DA GKI and KSL from 7i every Tuesday and Thursday Lone Star Primary GKI and KSL from 7 every Monday and Teen Connection HI4 San Antonio GEI for teens 79 every Monday Community Service Center 202 South GED from 9 to 4 Mondays through KSL 79 Mon days and Citizenship 79 Wednesdays Canyon High School Citizen ship 7t Tuesdays Buiverde Ior information con cerning GEI and call Nancy Poe at 43H7854 Mountain Valley For informa tion concerning GKD and call Ann Toussaint at or HH54850 Free tutors are available for adult students who need to learn to read Please call r5tt1050 Mon day through Free counseling is available Monday and Wednesday from t a m to IKKUI for an appointment Adult Kducation a state and federal project which through the Texas Kdueation Agency and the hxal school dislnct For 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