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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas ' • Herald-Zeitung Cl Sunday, November 10, 1996 I SA Cougarettes blast Austin Travis in quarterfinal game (Editor’s Note: This story was received at 8:50 p.m. Saturday, after the B section of the paper, which includes sports, had already gone to press.) From staff reports The Canyon Cougarettes blasted their way into the regional semi-finals Saturday night after outlasting Austin Travis 15-9, 15-13 in a grueling quarter-final matchup in San Marcos. Austin Travis served blistering shots all evening, according to Canyon coach Donna Boehle, but the Cougarettes answered with real firepower of their own. “It was extremely exciting. We were, offensively, very strong and very aggressive,” a breathless Boehle said after the match. Her Cougarettes will take on Flour Bluff in a quarterfinal match this week. “We were never threatened in the first game, but they really got in front of us in the second,” Boehle said. “But we stayed cool and calm.” Among a team of standouts, several players played exceptionally well, Boehle said. Setter Marci Allen had 16 assists, eight digs and one ace. Tiffany Wagner also played outstanding for CHS, recording IO kills. Call Courtney added five kills, and Leslie Reimer made 11 digs. Medal From Page 1A ones mentioned here. The first name, which is in the history books, is Audie L. Murphy, a World War II veteran, who is now a deceased member of the Medal of Honor recipients. Sen. Bob Kerry, who in the Vietnam conflict while fighting stepped on a land mine and lost his leg. He had a desire to survive and returned to the American mainstream. Pfc. David Barkley Cantu, a World War I veteran, lost his life while per-, forming heroic actions on Nov. 9, 1918, two days before Armistice Day. Cantu’s body was returned to Texas and is one of two servicemen whose bodies laid in state at the Alamo in San Antonio. Cantu will be remembered as being the first Hispanic awarded the Medal of Honor. He is buried in the national cemetery in San Antonio, along with 12 other Medal of Honor recipients. His grave and all the other American heroes can be visited daily by all who would like to pay their respects. Master Sgt. Roy Benavides of El Campo was awarded the Medal of Veterans Honor for his heroic deeds in Vietnam. This award was presented to him 14 years after the Vietnam conflict, and he is the last Medal of Honor recipient in the United States. He is also the last Hispanic member of our armed services to receive the Medal of Honor. Benavides is very active in speaking to individuals, groups and in visiting high schools. The main thrust of his program is to stay in school and stay free of chugs. These heroes are remembered by their families and friends and should be remembered by all of us in America, for these heroes answered their commitment to our military service and went above and beyond the call of duty. In our society, servicemen come from all walks and races of life. They have contributed their lives to fight for freedom, to protect us from oppression and fear. The following is a personal comment of the injustice done to servicemen: Many of our servicemen and women come from different nationalities and have served in all wars. But they have not been given the recognition they deserve due to the color of their skin. We are proud to say that there has been a correction in the manner in which a person is chosen to receive the Medal of Honor. There have recently been IO names submitted to the president of the United States, the secretary of Defense and the secretary of the Army, of which were chosen seven veterans of African-American descent who will receive this prestigious medal. Out of the seven African-Americans chosen, six are deceased. The Medal of Honor will be presented in the near future to the families of each recognized serviceman. I am proud to know that this is a good beginning for change. We finally have recognized that no matter what the color of skin, the Medal of Honor is presented to anyone who bravely fights in war time. I also believe that there will be more Medal of Honor recipients who represent all American nationalities, from the Vietnam War, Korean War and from World War I and World War II. (Portions of this article were taken from the Hispanic Heroes Documentary, written by Arthur Low. Manuel Camareno is a retired master sergeant residing in New Braunfels.) From Page 1A also be present at the ceremonies. A proclamation honoring all veterans will be read at tomorrow’s city council meeting at 7:30 p.m. Next Sunday, Amcncan Legion Post 35 will have its Veterans’ Day Celebration from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. A chili and tamale dinner will be served along with a silent auction and raffle The cost for the dinner is $4.50 a plate. Gus Culwell, Comal County veteran services officer, said there are many veterans in the ax inly his office is trying to help. “Right now, the latest count we have, there are 7,550 veterans (in Comal County),” Culwell said. “There is a pretty good mixture of World War II, Vietnam and the Gulfwar.” Culwell’s office assists veterans in getting much needed services from Veteran’s Administration hospitals and facilities. “There are many things we as a service office can assist them with, like helping them with transportation,” Cul- LUU MATW* well said. “We are here to assist in any way we can with their problems. Right now we are working on possibly getting a van for needy veterans to transport them to medical facilities.” Haneiwich was in the Manne Corps and fought in the Pacific Theater during World War ll. He served at Guadalcanal Bougainvillea, Guam and Okinawa. Haneiwich served a total of 21 year* in the service. He served until the end of the World War ll and got out for a while. He then went back on active duty before the Korean War and served there before retiring in 1965. Haneiwich and his wife, Midge, have lived in New Braunfels for seven years Midge served as an enlisted person during World War ll as an aviation machinist mate at the Naval Air Technical Training Center in Norman, Okla., where she taught airborne radar. She was a nurse at Balboa Navy Hospital in San Diego and Camp Lcjeune Navy Hospital in North Carolina. It was in San Diego where she met Ski in 1960, who came into the emergency room with perforated ulcers. Midge treated and helped Ski on the mat! to recovery. She worked as a nurse for four years. “It was my privilege to be in the military twice during World War ll and Vietnam, it was probably the highlight of my life to be in the military and to proudly serve," she said. $3. C'S Catfish or Shrimp I foal Ut mAm 4 Mi fro In* driMram' Weekday Specials IIH* VY ell. VI We !4 Pries Chicken Fried Steak Wpm Ult Burger Nit* •I. *4 pm X Happy Hour AH Day Mon A Wed* Fun Bv 361 Lands, Maw Braunfels Prtv-mru- (HO) 616-3311 “NOTICE OF EVENT’’ FOR FARMERS AND RANCHERS IN COMAL COUNTY “GLOWFEST ’96" will br held in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas on Saturday and Sunday, December 14th ic 15th. This hot air balloon festival and "glow" is part of the holiday season program called “Fesuage in New Braunfels (German for Holidays in New Braunfels). Some 20 balloonists will come from around the country to participate in this invitational festival. Glowfest ‘96 will be a family oriented weekend of fun and excitement. Weather permitting, the event will include a daybreak “fly-over’ by the balloonists on Saturday morning from various parts of New Braunfels; a glowing" of the balloons (tethered balloons glow like giant illuminated Christmas halls) at dusk in Prince Solms Park, Saturday evening; and a dawn mass ascension from one central location of all the balloonists on Sunday morning. Due to the nature of balloon flying and its dependence on air currents, it is not always possible to control target landings of the balloons. Therefore, air currents may bring the balloonists on or near your property on the mornings of December 14th and 15th. 'Their landing could include a touch down only and an immediate ascension or it may require assistance by a “chase” vehicle, requiring ingress to your property Participation by landowners can be an exciting “once in a lifetime" experience. I he balloons are spectacular and beautiful to behold. They are. however, propelled by propane and noisy. If you have concerns about the balloons landing on your property, please call and leave a message for Mrs. Hicks, Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. (210) 625-2385 or write “Glowfest *96“ do Greater New Braunfels (‘handier of Commerce, P.O. Box 311417, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1417. Someone will call you or be glad to visit you. 50% Off Area Rugs LARGE SELECTION 625-3477 INTERIORS 943 Walnut New Braunfels Seniors turn out in force to man Wurstfest booth By the time you read this, it will be your last chance this year to enjoy Wurstfest and to support the booths of your choice. Also, I hope most of you realize that the Wurstfest Art Show is still going on at the New Braunfels Art League Gallery on San Antonio Street across from Henne Hardware. It’s a great show, and if you have never been to the gallery, now is a really good time. Also on the plaza there is the Arts and Crafts show. Just browse for a while and admire the artists’ works. The Comal County Senior Citizens Center booth with strudel, sausage on a bun with sauerkraut br chili, and that fabulous cheesecake is quite successful this year. The hot fudge and strawberry cheesecakes are most popular. People seem to love that sausage and kraut and German mustard. The pizza is really good, too, and it goes so well with the beer. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the many volunteers who work in the Senior booth, from the carpenters and painters to the coordinators, cooks and sales people. It is this kind of cooperation and friendship that make it all a success. Anyway, if you haven’t been, go on out this afternoon before it’s too late and you have to wait another year. I’m working in the booth 10:30 a m. to 3 p.m., so come buy a sausage and some cheesecake from me, please. It’s a lot more interesting when we’re busy — and a lot more profitable. The big Santa’s Craft Show held each year at the center will be 9 a m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 16. Now. that’s where you can discover some unique Christmas gifts and little treasures for yourself. Also German potato soup, sandwiches and strudel will also be available for center we egate n was ie Marie Dawson Guest Columnist lunch. Please remember that the Senior Center is selling Chef Pierre pies for Thanksgiving. Order b\ Non 22, pick up Nov. 26. These are the extra tilling hi-pies. ane flavors are lattice apple, cherry , blueberry and peach. Also, there is pecan and the traditional pumpkin. MI pies arc $5 except pumpkin, which is $4 It will save you a lot of work and benefit the center to boot C all Shirley, 629-4547, and place your order There was much excitement on Tuesday at th We had both Republicans and Democrats \otin had the Newcomers meeting, ceramics and con lunch. At the congregate lunch. Shirley kellem presented with her certificate of completion for ScrvSafe Food Production Manager certification com offered by The Educational Foundation of the Nation Restaurant Association She passed; we’re proud Many people might be interested to know that S”0 free flu shots were given on Oct. 25 Thanks to all wf participated, and thanks to Shel McWilliams arui the health department VV e want to keep oui chronologic, gifted people healthy and feeling good Nov. 17 the Junior Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring two magic shows at the Civic Cento, one I p.m. and the other at 4 p.m. Tickets are 54 and proceeds benefit chantable organizations C. J Johnson, the magician, is considered to be on. the best comedy magicians in the State of Texas MI you parents and grandparents plan to attend one of ti shows with your children andor grandchildren. UN a wonderful show and a treat for adults and children Please take your camera > ou will be glad vol There arc so many activities going on right now I hope to see you at Wurstfest. at the center, at the an gallery , at the Plaza \ns and Crafts Show. anc! at die magic show Let’s all participate and stav young through community involvement and service (Marie Dawson lives in Vow Braunfels and writes column on matters of interest to senior Mizens > Schools to undergo grade level realignment The Comal Independent School District will realign student grade levels at its elementary schools and Rahe Primary School when the district's new intermediate schools open. Mountain Valley Intermediate School is set to open Dec. 16, followed by Arlon Seay Intermediate School on Jan. 7 and Canyon Intermediate School on Jan. 21. Rahe Primary School’s third-grade students will begin classes at Bulverde Elementary School on Jan 21. The following grade levels will he located at these schools: Goodwill Primary School, pre-kindergarten through first grade; Frazier Elementary School, grades two through four; Comal Elementary School, pre-kindergarten through fourth grade; Rahe Primary School, pre-kindergarten through second tirade; Bulverde Elementary School. grades three arui four; Bi Elementary School, kindergarten through four and Mountain Valley I K School, pre-kl tide i gar ten fourth grade. Early childhood odin currently offered at ( Primary School. Comal I I School. Rahe Primary Sc Mountain V alley I lcmcntai It may bo expanded to Bi Elementary School. at iou i Jo Oil VV I emerita! hooI ain \ School we fmiuyoj sincerely titanias their relatives, friends nu ii neighbors for the cards, memorials flowers anil food received during the loss of their one. While    fJ(oy is gone from our sight, he xviii live forever in our hearts. 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