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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas or to simply contict stiff mrt fa fefosffloii of whoating religioii y A 1 JL Mt A V or any one way to Richard secretary of education 1995 KUDOS Red Stocking Revue benefit barbecue both receive successful because of support KUDOS is a regular feature of the HeraldZeitung inwhich readers can thank or recognize the work or support of individuals and organizations in our ity To submit an item for KUDOS write to HeraldZeitung Cvnununu KUDOS 707 Landa St New Braunfels TX Communiry Service Centers Red Stocking Revue has just completed its fifth production The show is produced every other year and with the excep tion of lighting sound and a professional director is accomplished from start to finish by your mends and neighbors right here in New Braunfels who vol imteCTthOT dine and talents to bring it to you f ft is always amazing to me that so much can be accomplished in such a short die director arrives we have no idea of what kind of a show it will be but miraculously three weeks from the day the director arrives the show comes together The only thing the director brings is his talent die sheet musk and the costumes The advertising tickets program walking ads sets props talent refreshments music and the list goes on and on all come together through die efforts of local volunteers Vohinteerism is where our community truly excels If the cause is honor able and just the people of New Braunfels will respond with whatever is nec essary to ensure success The Community Service Center is definitely an honorable and just cause It accomplishes its mission of providing whatever services are necessary to help those individuals less fortunate than ourselves and all without federal state or city funding That is volunteerism in action Melaney and I have Jbeen honored to serve as chairpersons for the last two have seen firsthand what New Braunfels is all thank all who have taken part in the production and all who attended the performances Thank you New Braunfels See you again in 1988 Melaney and Jim Beath General Chairpersons The Brian Scheele Benefit Barbecue sponsored by the Knights of Columbus was a huge success Approximately plates of barbecue chick en and trimmings were prepared and served to the public The response from our community was excellent The New Braunfels Police Department held win the ticket sales and the following businesses con tributed toward the success of this event Braunfels Smokehouse Clear Springs Catering Ben E Keith Foods Granzins Barbecue Schwabs Sausage House Food Stores Tree Tops Restaurant On behalf of the Scheele family we wish to thank all for their assistance MarkPesch Event Chairman The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung welcomes letters on any public iaaue The editor reserves the right to correct spelling style punctua tion and known actual errors Letters should be kept to 260 words We pubtiah original mail addressed to theNew Braunfels Herald Zdtung bearing die writers signature Also an address and a telephone number which are not tar publication must be included Please cite the page number and date of any article that is mentioned given to writerswho have not been published in the previous 30 days r Mail to to the Editor the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Texas New Braunfels 9 v V Tf f a f Jack Osgen U9 Hall Ann BillyParnell v v to At 22 he has done HKM nM noat HIM m a lifetime Hei a Navy SEAL SiepheM is visiting ha nXilhM Taftya DMIMPIOTB in New Braunfels foOowirtf his graduation from SEAL training June 21 About ttteefburtrti of thoie who begin UK traov ing dont graduate And just bring ehgibte for SEAL training is an honor was It only hurts beginnmgtD Stephens began his training about a year December 1995 when he had just finished hell probably the most grueling week of military training in the world Since hell week he has spent a lot of time under water Besides training with traditional scuba gear Stephens spent about a month perfecting the use of the ultrahightech Draeger rebreathing device Formerly trained by Bud Dallmann at the Landa Park pool Stephens practiced underwater night time navigation He did not wear any sort of night vision goggles You have a tachometer and you navigate by kicks a ceriaiji number of kicks for a cer tain he saidvKind of like flying on instru ments only in pitchblack water During the water phase of his training Stephens had to swim nautical mites about 7 land mites ki tin OMfc Ife took intensive landbaaed Wiatofv put of which was a 14mile run Ht didnt share much of his expertta in weapons and demo lition technology its too highly classified Held at Coronado Island near San Diego Stephens graduation ceremony was a mix of somber tradition and exulta tion at having made it Lt Gen J T Scott Commanding Gen eral of the Army Special Operations Command gave the keynote speech to the 27 gradu class began a new tradition Each graduate walked onebyone before a line of his instructors and senior officers so they could exchange memories and comments Women arent allowed to be SEALs Tne physical training is just too rough In fact CBS morning host Paula Zahn visited Stephens class on a CBS This Morning feature She tried to train alongside Stephens and his col leagues Zahn is a pretty athletic woman a long dis tance runner She didnt fare very well Stephens said Teamwork is everything for SEALs 1 was impressed with the way they told the men not to be Dunsmore said Survival is a team Stephens leaves July 6 for six months of medical training Ill team about the medical aspects of div he said Everybodys assigned certain jobs and mines Besides the standard combat gear for a mission Stephens will carry medical gear and the knowledge to use it for his teammates After the medical training comes paratrooper school and then he finally becomes a part of a SEAL team and go on highly secret highly strategic mis sions When he leaves on a mission Stephens wont be able to tell anyone When or where hes going not even his mother Shell know hes gone when she doesnt hear from him and she wont know when hell be back until he is back As a mother its going to be difficult not know ing where hes going or what hes doing but I know that hes had the best training in the Dun smore said Ill know that hell be doing something honorable and that God is with Stephens asked his mother if she had prepared that statement she said but Ive given it a lot of thought over the past Susan Flynt England is a columnist and editori al assistant for the Letter to the Editor Perverts have changed complexion of our eoclety Editor Many years ago when I was a small boy on a farm in northeast Texas my day was made if an old man any old man paid attention to me I remember that most old men with a beard seemed to be always saying something dry but humorous to the youngsters There seemed to be a very special bond between the very old and the very young Today we teach our children to avoid ANY contact with strangers especially old men Although I only knew my grandfather until I was less than six years old I still remember his attention and humor I wanted to be just like him when I was old Unfortunately he died that year In todays sick society we have perverts that have suc ceeded in destroying this bond of affection between the old and very young If a young child drops his toy and if I make the mistake of trying to hand it back to him the parent picks up the child and suspiciously glares at me How sad I quit playing Santa Claus which I thor oughly when a parent handed me a baby to hold in a snapshot I had to balance it by its rear in case it jumped suddenly and fell from my grip When they arci older lift them underneath their armpits but not when they are babies Professional Santas are instructed in this technique to prevent liability suits I became aware as the seasons passed that more of the old er women were coldly staring at me for this as if I had Today in History some affection for handling a soiled baby diaper or some other motive I try not to hate most people but there must be a spe cial place in hell for the sexual deviates that have turned into Sodom and Gomorrah It would be better had they been thrown into the sea with a millstone around their necks You see we have not broken the laws of America which todays politicians make and then exploit for their own political advantage We have bro ken Gods laws Three witnesses Matthew Mark and Luke Jim New Braunfels Wenzel questions accuracy of quotes Editor I appreciate that the newspaper sent a reporter to the youth sports complex board meeting However there were a couple of inaccurate quotes attributed to me I did not say that Mr Westpn owned to acres I do not know Mr Weston and I do not know how much land he owns However I admire him in that he is will ing to give so much to the youth of New Braunfels The other inaccuracy was that I said that the city terminated the lease of the girls sbftball at Comal Park What I said was that the city manager said that if he gets an offer on the land at Comal Park he will recommend selling the property and that it is a very valuable piece of property Larry NewBraunfeb Write em GOVERNMENT OFRCES President of the Bill Clinton 1600 Pennsylvania Washington 20500 2024561414 Vice President of the AIGore Old Executive Office Bldg 17th St arid Pennsylvania NW Washington 20501 2024562326 Senators for the state of Texas PhilGramm 402 E Ramsey Rd San Antonio TX 78216 2103669494 Kay Bailey Hutchison 961 Federal Bldg 300 E 8th St Austin TX 78703 5124825834 By The Associated Press Today is Friday June 28 the 180th day of There are 180 days left in the year Todays Highlight In HUtory On June 28 Austrian Arch duke Francis Ferdinand and his wife Sofia wen asHwinatod in Sarajevo Vl nationalist the event which triggered World War I In J 778 Molly Pitcher Mary Ud wig Hay i carried water to American fojdjcaat to Hevolutionary War Bat as a holiday for federal employees on the first Monday of September 1919 the Treaty of Versailles was signed in France ending World Warl In 1919 Hairy S Truman married Elizabeth Virginia Wallace in Inde pendence Mo T N In President Rooseyelt signed into law the National Housing Act Jn 183h the fourth president of the United States JainiftMadJipn died in Administration In 1990 North Korean forces cap tured Seoul South Korea In 1W1 a TV version of the radio program Amos N Andy began a twoyew run on CBS Although crit for racial stereotyping it was network TV to feature an illblack the Supreme Court ordered tbj Universjty of California Medical I College at Davis to admit Allan Bakke a white man who argued hed been a victim of reverse racial discrimination Ten yearn ago President Reagan used his weekly radio address to blast sweeping trade legislation parsed by the House saying it would jeopardize our hardwon economic Five yean ago In Detroit a white woman was attacked by a group of black women at a downtown fireworks display in an incident captured on teur vjdee five women later pleaded ho contest to charges stemming from the Two people killed when an earthquake of magnitude 0 shook Southern California One year ago The House over w to protect the American flag ftpm desecrjtioji however the amendment was later defeated in the Webster Hubbell the former No 3 official at the Justice ment was sentenced to 21 months in prison for bilking clients of the law firm where he and Hillary Rodham Clinton were partners Birthdayi Comedian movie director Mel Brooks is 70 Sen Carl Levin is 62 White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta is 58 The of the National Econom ic Council Laura DAndrea Tyson is 49 Actress Kathy Bates is 48 Football player John Elway is 36 Actress Mary Stuart Mastereon is 30 Thought for Today The secret of a man who is universally interesting is that he is universally William Dean Howells American author
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