New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 12, 2011

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 12, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas NOVEMBER BUSINESS JOURNAL INSIDE TODAY SPECIAL SECTION 50oNew Braunfels SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12,2011 EITUNG herald-zeitúng.com SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852 Robbery suspect indicted Police: Knife-wielding caijacker’s plan foiled when victim pulled out gun Related By Mondo Mouitrto The Herald-Zeitung The would- t>c c a r j a e ke r who«' knife-wielding attempt, police said, was foiled earlier ■ List of recent indictments, 2A this year by a g u n -1 () t i n g niotorist, is fac-ingcharges. On Wed nes- day, a C'omal County grand jury handed down an indie t-ment for Stephen C.ampos, 23, of New Braunfels, on one count of aggravatefi robbery. VETERANS DAY 2011 ■ Local schools celebrate Veterans Day. Photos, 5A Soldiers’ sacrifices salutec NB veterans stage annual tribute to all who served By Drew stone I he Herald-Zeitung It was a tinie for (juiet reli(»( tion and ri'veriMic e for past and current soldii'rs. Friday morning, the New Hrauntels Anieric an I egion Post I 79 held a Veli-rans Day mi'morial servu (' at I’rini e Solms Park. Alxnit RûlatpH    p<M)ple neitfiea .ittendcd the windswept event as h o s t s t h a n k e d those who made the sa( rifice to join the arnitYl services and honored those still oversi'as and the soldiers who never m.uk' it home. Retired U.S. Air Fore (> Col. (jeorge (iagnon s )oke about the injured sodiers he m('t and said no on(‘ was l(K)king for c harity, nor bitter about tlieir situation they simply wanted the ( hance to, once again, serve* America. "Th(n' did not come back looking for a h.indout, they weren't angry with their country," ('iagnon said. "They just wanted to go back and s(Tve " Clagnon ad(k*d he often hears trom people that he is a hero, yet he does not teel that he ac tually is one. Instead, he said, the real heroes are those who died whili' in servici'. “Wi'Ve all used to being told 'you're a hero,'" he said. "I think the heroes are the ones who fion't make it home." Post Command(‘r Pat Seegers said she hopes for )eace and that they no ongt'r need to pray for men and w'omen who arc* risking thc'ir lives to def('nd this country. "We are here to honor our soldiers from the past, See VETERANS, Page 5A Photos t)y SHAWN LEWIS | Herald-Zeitung Korean War veteran Eugene Koenig and his wile, Laura, listen intently during American Legion Post 179's Veterans Day program Friday at Prince Solms Park in New Braunlels. William Jones plays a patriotic medley on bagpipes Friday dur- Retired Air Force Coi. George Gagnon tells ttie story of four ing American Legion Post 179's Veterans Day program.    heroes he met while visiting a rehabilitation facility. 11-11-11 brings lucl^ babies, bets and brides SHAWN LEWIS I Herald-Zeitung Jude Bolton won’t have any trouble remembering his birth date. The bouncing nine-pound. 15-ounce baby was bom at 4:37 a.m, Friday —11-11-11 — at Christus Santa Rosa - New Braunfels. The hospital showered Ihe family with a gift basket and a San Antonio Spurs jersey autographed by De Juan Blair The Associated Press In years to come, babies born Friday should have no trouble remembering th(^ date — and in some cases, the exact minute — of their birth. The day marked the I 1th day of the 11th month of 2011. From China to New York, pt'ople celebrated the convergence of 11s with a splash by placing bets, tying the knot or making a wish. Sonie babies were born right at 11:11 a.hi., giving them I's across the board for their time of birth. In Mount Holly, Nd-, Jacob Anthony Saydeh made Veterans Day even more mt'mo-rable for his parents, who are a veteran and ( urrent member of the Air Forcé. Newborn Alexander l')avid Hocka-day Ruiz took things a step further in los Angeles when he was born at 11:11 a.m. in rtxnn 1111 of a hospital's maternity ward. Providence Holy Cross Mc'dical CX'nter says the birth was natural and the room assignnient was a coincidence. But in Colorado, Cayson C hilders' See ELEVEN, Page 3A ► THE HOLOCAUST Survivor captivates Campos was being held under $77,500 bonrl Friday at the Comal County Jail, a j See CAMPOS, Page 3A Mozes Kor was victim of Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele By Drew stone The Herald-Zeilung SEGUIN Sh(‘ was t.ikf'fi from her family, ex[)erimented on and ex[)eri('n( ed some ot th(' worst horrors ini.iginable and yi't h('r message is not one ot tragedy, but o1 strength and lorgiv('nc'Ss. Thursdiiy n? morn i n g , Navarro High School stu-d('nts w('r(> treatc'd to a ver\ s[)(*( lal _ K'"''' M»''''«''' Mo^es Kor — Auschwit/ con( ('ntration ( amp survivor Fv.i Mo/('s Kor. Now Mo/es kor and h('r twin sis ter, Miriam, were t.iken from thi'ir lamilv in l‘)44 to Ix- ex()eriment('d upon under the intamous N,i/i doctor lose! Meng('l('. Mo/c^s Kor's tamiK lived in Iransylvania, Romani.i, wh('n the Nazis < ame in and bc'gan rounding up K'vvs to b(‘ takc'n to (one en tration ( atii[)s. It was then a N.izi soldier noticed l\.i and Miriam were- idi'ntic.il twins and took them ,\wa\ "We v\er( vtandirs^ on .) selection plattorm .ind I was looking around and realizc'd th.it my talhc'r iuul two oldc'r sistC'Ts were gone," Mo/es Kor said "And then they c timc' lor us ... <)ll I rem(*mber is the. pullc'd us away trom oitf mother and she* was cr\ii,.! with outstrc'tc he'd cirms .is we were' c arried awav.' Mozes Kor .tnrl h('r sjster spc'nt almost a yc'ar in the c one ('ntration cam() lUid W('r(' subjc'c ted to mc'dic al expC'riment.Uion. whic h included recc'iving \arious inj(H tions and physic al ex.uninaltons. She later found out that if c'ltht'r one-ot th(>m had dic'd, the Nii/is would have kilk'd ihc' othc'r and Mendc'lc' would've* compared the* corpsc's. And that momc'nt nc'arl\ camc'. Mozes Kor said she bt'c .ime c's[)('ciall\ sk k attc'f an in)ection. It causc'd hc'r to devc'lop a high tevc'r and her arms and legs swellc'd u[). Sc)on attc'r, she was no longer able* to walk and w.is See HOLOCAUST, Page 5A WEATHER, 8A JENNA SLAVEN MEMORIAL elementary L " - - ■ .■kr I Partly cloudy Fligh: 77 Low: 60 Abby.. ..... 1^1 3 CCif IAH C __ 46 AR V.'.s oanilyU o CfiffiiCi-............. M Crosswords 9A Eerurn ...... 4A Obituaries 3A PJmpjjl................ Sports ....... IB TV 56 Voi 159 I No 2 2 sectiofis, 16 pages 56825 00001 50 tents For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and mid-day updates, follow us on Twitter ®NewBraunfelsHZ il Learn what's in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts. Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan. ^ Receive ttre Herald-Zeitung e newsletter in your e-mail box each ^ morning herald-zeitunflxom. Click 'Herald-Zeitung Mailing Ust.' ;

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