New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 20, 2001, Page 7

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July 20, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 20, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, July 20, 2001 — Herald-Zeitijng — Page 7 AAround Town Contact Features Editor Betty Taylor at 625-9144, ext. 222. Dear Abby In the Military Teen in foster home sees world through new eyes DEAR ABBY: I am almost 14 and live in a foster home. Before I entered foster care, I didn’t think much about other kids and teens in foster homes. Now that I’m the one with the title “foster kid,” I see everything in a new light. Although foster homes are a blessing to most kids who live troubled lives, it’s still very hard to endure. If there is one thing I hate about being a foster child, it is feeling different from others in my new neighborhood and school. My message is: If there’s a foster child you know, please reach out to him or her. We’re not different from the rest of you. — NAMELESS IN OREGON DEAR NAMELESS: If people are hesitant to reach out to foster children, it may be because they are confused about why the children are in foster care. Children are placed in foster care not because they have done anything wrong, but because, for whatever reason, their parents have neglected them or cannot provide a safe, nurturing environment for them. It is not the fault of the children. Foster children deserve all the attention, affection and encouragement you can give them. DEAR ABBY: In response to your recent column about women involved with narcissistic men, I thought you should print a list of criteria from the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.”. — BARBARA NESTINGEN, M.S., M.S.W., MILWAUKEE DEAR BARBARA: Read on: CRITERIA FOR NARCISSISTIC PERSONALITY DISORDER: A pervasive pattern of grandiosity as indicated by five (or more) of the following: 1) A grandiose sense of self-importance — exaggerates achievements and talents. 2) Preoccupied with fantasies of unlimited success, power, brilliance, beauty or ideal love. 3) Believes that he or she is “special” and unique and can only be understood by other special or high-status people or institutions. 4) Requires excessive admiration. 5) A sense of entitlement — unreasonable expectations of especially favorable treatment or automatic compliance with his or her expectations. 6) Interpersonally exploitative — takes advantage of others to achieve his or her own ends. 7) Lacks empathy — is unwilling to recognize or identify with the feelings and needs of others. 8) Often envious of others or believes that others are envious of him or her. 9) Shows arrogant, haughty behaviors or attitudes. COX For New Braunfels native Jon B. Cox, the months of drills, inspections and training evolutions are finally over. Cox and his squadron, Helicopter Mine Countermeasures (HM-15) “Blackhawks” have proven to the Navy that they are ready to deploy to the Persian Gulf and can handle anything that may occur during their four and a half month mission, which began recently. Navy Petty Officer Third Class Cox, and 15 other HM-members have spent the last six months conducting exercises to prepare for deployment overseas. HM-15 is currently participating in a Western Pacific deployment while embarked on the USS Ichon (MCS 12). HM-15, which operates and maintains the MH-53 Sea Dragon, deploys and operates from the modified Iwo Jima-class Inchon. Cox, 23, believes it is important for ships to deploy to this region of the world. “Ships deploy to have a powerful presence throughout the world,” said Cox, a 1996 graduate of Canyon High School. Cox repairs structural damage to helicopters with HM-15, based in Ingleside, located 144 miles southeast of San Antonio. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Herbert E. Snowden Jr., a 1994 graduate of Smithson Valley High School recently returned from a six-month deployment to the Mediterranean Sea and Arabian Gulf while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman, homeported in Norfolk, Va. While operating in the Persian Gulf, the Truman Battle Group enforced United Nations sanctions against Iraq by diverting 22 vessels with more than $5 million of suspected contraband cargo. Department of the Air Force Civilian Elliott E. Durham has arrived for duty at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Durham, a travel pay technician, is the son of Carl E. Durham of New Braunfels and Carolyn F. Durham of Marion. In 1993, Durham graduated from Manor High School. He earned an associate degree in the year 2000 from Angelo State University, San Angelo. Airman First Class Joseph Zukowski, Dover AFB in Delaware, son of Bryan and Dawn Penrose and a .2000 graduate of New Braunfels High School, is a member of the Fuels Management Flight Supply Squadron 436th Air Lift Wing for the AMO, which received the Air Mobility Command and Best in Air Force awards. Three bases were up for the World Wide Inspection Award: I) Spangdahlem AFB Germany; 2) Mt. Home AFB Idaho; and 3) Dover AFB Delaware. Inspection was conducted by the API team March 2 through 4, during which time the Dover took Air Mobility Command and Best in Air Force. The flight left July IO for Washington, D.C., to the Pentagon to receive the award. Navy Petty Officer Third Class James S. McMullen, son of Debra K. Atchley of New Braunfels and James W. McMullen of Lufkin, recently completed the Navy Nuclear Power Training Unit course at Naval Nuclear Power Training Unit in Ballston Spa, N.Y. McMullen received instruction about nuclear theory, chemistry, physics, reactor operations, safety CROSS CANADIAN RAGWEED SAT 9PM JULY 21ST POP/ ROCK FRI 8PM JULY 20TH AMERICANA rn RODNEY BRANNIGAN SUN 4PM JULY 22ND NO COVER* SAENGERHALLE SAENGERHALLE RD Off HWY 46E New Braunfels    I 830-625-4255    2 www.saengerhaIle.conn 5 fOOHTOMMH' THUt IAK! HAU MMC www.getwild.ee Sat day, July flit Seguin KC Hall 9:00 -1:00 Tiekiti $7.00 Call (830)379-0602 far Ratirvatiaii 7tK7k and security. Upon completion of the course, McMullen was designated a nuclear propulsion plant operator. McMullen is a 1997 graduate of Canyon High School. He joined the Navy in December 1998. Navy Petty Officer Third Class Richard A. Hanz, son of Diana L. and Richard A. Hanz of New Braunfels, recently was promoted to his current rank while serving at Naval Nuclear Power Training Command in Goose Creek, S.C. Hanz was promoted based on sustained superior job performance and proficiency in his designated specialty. He is a 1997 graduate of Canyon High School and joined the Navy in June 2000. Navy Petty Officer Second Class Shawn M. Bicknell, whose wife, Shannon, is the daughter of Penny and Dennis Rhoads of New Braunfels, recently returned from a six-month deployment to the western Pacific Ocean and Arabian Gulf while assigned to the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, home ported in Bremerton, Wash. During the deployment, Bicknell’s ship was on station in the Arabian Gulf supporting U.N. sanctions of the no-fly zone over Southern Iraq and participating in maritime interception operations. While in Dubai, sailors from Bicknell’s ship landscaped and donated materials to the Dubai Center for Special Needs. While in Hobart, Tasmania, the USS Abraham Lincoln clown troupe entertained residents of a children’s home and patients at a children’s hospital. Marine Corps Pvt. Beniberto DeLeon, son of Guadalupe Rodriguez of New Braunfels and Roy G. DeLeon of New Braunfels recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. DeLeon is a 1999 graduate of Canyon High School. Air Force Senior Airman Ryan Nash Kilcrease departed for Osan, South Korea, June 4 for a one year tour of duty. Kilcrease had previously been assigned to the National Security Agency and stationed at Ft. George Meade, MD, for the past two years. There, he was awarded the Joint Services Achievement Medal. Kilcrease is the husband of the former Jessica Thomas of Spring Branch and the son-in-law of Wendell and Donna Pool of Spring Branch. He is a 1997 graduate of Smithson Valley High School. Jimmy W. Farmer has been promoted in the U.S. Army to the rank of lieutenant colonel. Farmer is a budget officer at Fort Snelling, Minneapolis, Minn. He is the son of Harold W. and Barbara A. Farmer of New Braunfels and is a 1978 graduate of Rider High School in Wichita Falls. He earned a bachelor’s degree in 1982 from Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls and a master’s degree in 1990 from Syracuse University in New York. Ryan Reeves was selected to attend the U.S. Air Force Academy Summer Scientific Seminar in Colorado Springs. This highly competitive one-week program challenges participants to experience the academic environment, physical requirements, team building and leadership skills necessary to become an Academy cadet. Reeves will be a senior at New Braunfels High School, where he is Cadet Lieutenant Colonel/ Battalion Commander of the Marine Corps JROTC Lf Tm. 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