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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page Iliesday October 21 2003 APPLAUSE Clubs and organizations are encouraged to sham photographs of their special events with readers Send submissions to Features Editor Man Grant He can be contacted By Mtf MM tatafeii Kudos Photo submitted Ramon Chapa Sr was given the Texas Lutheran University Distinguished Service Award Main Street tiwards As I sit in my hospital room ahd look around I am touched by the continued support I have received from family friends acquaintances and even people I previously did not know I have met so many people during my years of community service Gods purpose for my life was to serve I lay here thinking about the first time I began com munity service work when I Was was living in Eagle Pass and belonged to the Catholic community We were having a Folklorico Dance benefit to earn funds to build a church Sacred Heart Catholic Church Years later and many fund raisers later I ftave given my time talents arid efforts to a variety of organizations and individuals never expecting to receive anything in return However the unfortunate findings of leukemia has given me an opportunity to experi ence a flood of support I nev er imagined possible I want to thank you for your love and support The cards calls blood drive time and most especially prayers are far greater than anything I expected I want to extend my sincerest gratitude to Doug Tbney for the article printed on Sunday Aug 31 and the j chamber of commerce and i the South Texas Blood and Itsj sue Center for the Blood Drive j held in my honor during the i Business Trade Show j Wednesday Sept 10 And finally I would like to i express a very personal thank I you to my brother Frank Chaj pa my sisters Amalia Marj tinez Angelita Velasquez j Lucia Ayala Arjelia Chapa and i Lourdes Gonzales and their i families for the time willingj ness and support in an effort I to test for the stem cell match j Each and every one of you has j given me the greatest honor i of expressing your concern i and care during this trying I time i I want to leave you with one j last wish My wish is that each j of you understand the tance of living each day to the fullest and acknowledge each j of Gods blessings from the I smallest wildflower to the people you pass each day j keep appreciate j each blessing God has given i you Even in our most trying j times He does smile upon us j On behalf of my family and j myself I humbly thank you God bless each of you I With Heartfelt Thanks Ramon R Chapa Sr I Photo submitted From left Betty Flowers cancer survivor with Ann Alston 100th member surrounded by Cure bears Bulverde Area Republican Women member Betty Flowers spoke at the October general meeting on breast cancer Flowers a Susan G Komen Cancer Foundation spoke woman attributed her desire to inform and educate the public on breast cancer awareness to her own person al struggle with the disease She begun her speech by say ing that her first reaction when diagnosed was Why me and went on to comment about her deepest Would my husband still love me Will I continue to do what I enjoy She said I had to dig deep into my core to discover who I really She also said she came from a norisk family and was not a smoker or a drinker and from an Asian Asians have the lowest risk of breast cancer Statistics show women between 40 and 59 are diagnosed with breast cancer each year women die from breast cancer each year Breast cancer is most com mon among black women with the odds for white women being 1 in eight Black women also have the highest death rate Jewish women 1 in 40 carry the gene that is suscepti ble to breast cancer and His panic women are the least like ly to have breast cancer but most likely to die after diag nosed The chances of survival are greatest when breast can cer is caught in the early stage Recommendations for ear ly detection self exami nation 2 annual doctors examination and 3 mammo gram Flowers is one of two million women who have survived breast cancer rTys pink bears named Cure with a birthdate of October 2003 are available through BARW Profits earned will go directly to the Susan G Komen Breast Cancer Foun dation Also at the October meeting Ann Alston became the 100th member to join BARW BAR W is the fastest growing Republican womens group The next meeting will be held at 7 Nov 12 at GVTC Sen Jeff Wentworth will speak on redistricting For information on pro grams contact Hazel Thomas at 830 885 5657 Photo submitted The City of New Braunfels Main Street department held its quarterly window display contest with an Indian Summer theme Firstplace winner was CehterPoint Entex Energy Secondplace winner was Comal Flower Show and third place winner was Henne Hardware CenterPoint also won Best Celebrations won Most Creative NBAL artists j recognized I The New Braunfels Art i League entries in the upcoming I show will be I judged but several members j have already earned awards j and honors in other area shows j Dwaina Johnson of New Braunfels earned a first place j in oil in the Coppini Academy i of Fine Arts Fall Show arid a 1 judgesChoice award at the Riv I er Art Show j Virginia Carruth of New j Braunfels received a first for her i pastel painting and Kathy Rig j don of Canyon Lake Won a sec j ond place for her pottery entry j at the River Art Show Edward i Reichert of Canyon won I third place in and I an honorable mentibn in oil at i the CoppinTshow I Julie McCollum also of I Canyon Lake received a merit j award at the San Antonio j Watercolor Group juried show j Pat Deltz and Angie Banta j Brown both of New Braunfels j had three and two paintings I respectively choseii for the I Watercolor Group show Anne BrermanVelaand fidlth Gollins of Sari Antonio and Linda Bate man of Boeme also had paint ings selected for the show v Virginia Carruth has received an additional honor Her paint ing Autumn has been repro duced inthe Pastel Spotlight article in the November 20Q3 Artists Magazine It had won third place in the overall best of show category at the Austin pastel Society Annual Exhibi tion a few months ago and another painting of hers Grand Teton placed second in the landscape cate gory Caroline Dechert of Canyon Lake also had two paintings accepted into the juried competition Betty Jameson of Austin won the gold medal at the San Anto nio Watercolor Group show and second in Watercolor at the River Art Show ARToberfest opened Satur day for a monthlong show Ijt is formerly known as the Wurstfest Art Artists will be demonstrating inside and out during the show The gallery at 239 W San Antonio will be open daily through Nov 16 HERALD To place an ad call 6259144 or 18774099860 Fax 6251224 LOCAL JOBS NATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES r cv REAL ncrim Houses apartments get Ji Garage Sales Auctions Estate Sales Lost Found Legal Notices 100150 The publisher of the HeraldZeitung and the reserves the right to correctly classify revise and edit all copy or reject or cancel any advertisement at any time Acceptance of any ad is subject to approval supervisory acceptance The HeraldZeitung shall not be financially llajjle for errors omissions or the failure to publish any ad for any reaspn APPROPRIATEABBREVIATIONS ONLY CHECK YOUR AD THE runs for errors Liability of errors shall not exceed ihe cost Qf the spaceContaining the NOTICE IS Hereby given by American Storage of New Braunfels of a public auction to satisfy a landlords lien against a delinquent tenents goods The following are hereby notified of the sale to be held at American Storage 675Hwy81 Braunfels TX 78130 on October at am Andrew Martinez Unit 26 household items Furniture Huge Estate Sale 1800s cylinder desK Walnut BR suite Victorian screen Needlepoint chair 40s 70 smalls Pown chair Wrought iron patio fum Cherry DR suite Small 50s wrought Iron tub chairs Ice crearn chairs Hunzinger lollipop chair Mason Bow Belle Alamo porcelain urns Silverplate hollow ware Vintage handbags hats Wing chairs 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