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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas June 1991 Page 7A Guerra stresses Hispanic role Club America Vacations By ROBERT STEWART StaH Writer The fact that names on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial wall represent ethnic groups from every comer of the globe reflects the true essence of according to Henry WOAI radio announcer and Texas Guerra spoke Friday to the Annual Flag Day luncheon of the William Hightowcr Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution and the James Jack Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at the Forke Country Store in Conservation in New The history of America as we learned it has a fat Guerra The Spanish Crown sent more aid to the revoltionary colonies in guns and other support than The Spanish didnt particularly care about liberty and the pursuit of happiness but they couldnt pass up the chance to take a good whack at the Guerra implored the SAR and DAR to help get the correct history into our People are shocked when I state the historical fact that when the first white man explored he did not speak English he spoke Guerra He also said that Mexico will not celebrate the anniversary of Colum bus discovering They refer to that event as el encuentro the according to Guerra started working at WOAI radio in San Antonio in He served as an officer of the Hemisfair 68 committee and worked as director of development at Marys Univer his alma He has also worked for a San Antonio television station and is recognized as the first Hispanic to cover a presidential elec tion on Guena is currently the chairman of the Bexar County Historical Commis He also is still involved in his familys funeral home business in San Antonio and can be heard on WOAIs Texas history The men at the Alamo were truly sons of the he They literally were sons and grandsons of revolutionary war He stressed how important it is to continue opening doors of opportun ity to more and more What really defeated the South in the Civil War was that the North was HOT CANCUN SPECIALS From San Antonio Air 8 Hotel Packages from tre per person hued on double Round trip Airfare from Sin Airport Hotel Depirture Air provided by Key contract for do not reflect Immigration tin or i Agricultural ux per Budget nonboch SEGUIN 1013 Court 3798420 IRLDTRAVELINC NEW BRAUNFELS 36 Landa Street 6256966 Guest speaker Henry Guer addresses members of New Braunfels chapters of the Sons of the American Revolution and Daughters of the American Revolution in a Flag Day luncheon held Friday at Conservation a longtime Hispanic broadcas ter associated with WOAI and its Texas history is joined by DAR presi dent Delitha Guenzel and SAR president Albert Photos by Robert Stewart Johnny Ray Watson Biographical Sketch Raised in Johnny Ray Watson was the only surviving child of a black family living in a predominantly segregated When the civil rights wave hit he became a prime player on the newlyintcrgrated high school basketball Picked to be on the Texas AllState he had athletic scholarship offers from 32 different Despite the 83 white he was named Lorenzo High School by his classmates in his senior He attended McMurray College in where his skill on the basketball court distinguished him In he was and was the leagues leading rebounder and The prospects for a pro career with the Seattle Super Sonics was cut short with a knee injury that ended his competitive His Christian held since was severely tested in the following few A spiritual renewal resulted in Johnny Rays commitment to serve God through his singing Johnny Rnys incredible talent and winsome humility combine to touch men and women in an unusual His southern gospel delivered in the lowest bass ranges is both artistically marvelous and spiritually His musical gifts have been utilized by some of Americas great including the Billy Graham Evangelistic the Professional Athletes Prison the America for Jesus and numerous churches and smaller His itinerary has included appearances in the Middle and the In concert June 20th Dayspring Christian Fellowship 566 Hwy 81 West fl204353 accepting more immigrants and build ing an industrial Guerra The South was stuck in an obsolete system called These days people are being killed in their own homes by their neigh bors he We must work to restore the place of church and family in our High Pressure Washing WE DO Buildings Driveways Lots Sidewalks Call for free estimate 6251991 Smittys High Pressure Washing CONTINENTAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE NEW BRAUNFELS JUNE 141516 CIVIC CENTER 380 Sefcuin New Finest Show Ever Forty booths will display antiques of every in every price DONT MISS ITSOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Friday 128 Saturday 127 Sunday 125 Door admission Good all 3 days of show children free Glass Grinding done at this show Have those nicks and chips removed from your line glass and crystal while you wait LARGE OR YOUR BEST INVESTMENT MAY BE DONT MISS ITI SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Eternal With taxes always you need all 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