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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas PF.RMATOLlX.Y EAR. NOSE. & THROAT - ALLERGY GASTROENTEROLOGY INTERNAL MEPICINE-f AKQIOHXA ORTHOPEDICS PEDIATRICS SURGERY OBSTETRICS a, C»YNECOL(X,YUROLOGY RETIRE AT lake McQueeney IN THIS 6 BEDROOM 4 BATH MANSION ON 12 ACRE HILLTOP Medical Center ( )u t patient Clinic ScheduleOWNER FINANCED Located half way between Seguin & New Biaunfels. Owner asking $179,000 with terms or open for cash offer.CALL 1-343-9222 Waterbed Haven 711 V Walnut    6    Drawer    Pedestal 625-3634    N«-w    Braunfels. l»-\as $77 »• ' s. \\"nJii) t S (rd ti n, 12 OO p.» fitilti Sitfilu hm,ti Al Ii I DIMSION (It HAIN MI MOR HL MOSHIRI IN SAV MMK OS It NVN VVWVWW//WJW///AW//«,/.*.VAW    «*•*,. .BE A FOSTER PARENT.? CALL YOUR LOCAL TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES Lakeside Family violence advocated ming to begin Volunteer and advocate training tor the Comal County Family Violence Shelter begins Thursday in the county courthouse grand jury room The Family Violence Shelter needs volunteers to help women and children in Comal County who are be mg abused and battered In an IR month period irorn 1985 to 1986. farm Iv violence accounted tor lo percent of the cases handled bv the Comal County District Attorney s office Volunteers will view the television movie "The Burning Bed about a woman who survived years of abuse and finally took matters intr her own hands and burned lier husband s bcd as he slept V olunteors also will learn skills to help family members who have been battered and abused The sessions will iast seven non consecutive days Guest speakers will orient volunteers on topics rang mg from family law to sexual assault The sessions will last 2 hours each, trom 6 JO to'* p rn I rum mg is free Men and women are welcome to at tend the sessions the shelter also needs volunteers who are bilingual The training schedule follow." sept lo The Burning Bed sept 14 New Braunfels Police patrolman Spencer Grommet will address volunteers sept 15 Lacey Sloan of tile Hays County Women" Center will address volunteers ab »ut >« xu.t assault Sept 17 Jimmie I oaverton o Teen Connection w ill speak aln rn children and \ lolence Sept 21 District \ttome\ Btl Schroeder and attorney Jack Kotnn son will discuss family violence bi* law and the court system Sept 22 Counselor Frank Ten,' w ill discuss adv tx ate training sept 28 CouiiM*|(ii J u 11' Kovacs Long Ail: list. us ad\oi ti training Sept L* Volunteer advocate will participate in role playing s« Mons Potluck suppe r w ill follow F Or more information cont ac Detxrrah Clark at the district at torney > ollice courthouse annex (>20 5533 I umoxt MDf SaleLook for Sale Prices on Selected v    Beds Sale Good thru Monday Sept. 7th 2 Way Vinyl Rails for S22.50Fitted Mattress Pads Adult Ed classes begin Sept. 14,15 The Adult Education program of Comal County which includes Comal and New Braunfels school districts will start its fall pro grains Sept 14 and 15 Maggie Cunningham, director of the program, announced that there is a change of location for the English as a second language and general educational develop ment classes The classes that were at the National Guard Ar mary have been changed to Lone Star Primary She also wants to let students know that if they fix*! they are ready for the GED test they should come by one of the GED classes and ask tor a sample test The instructor will U' able to tell the student how quickly he or she will tie able to get a GED Die following classes will start Sept 14 oi I * and are continuous Students may register at any class tune Ne* Braunfels Hiqh School Bixin! 9 \ GED aud ESL nom 79 pm every Tuesday and I Thursday Lone Star Primary GED and ESI from 7 9 p rn even Mend av i    r and WednesilaN Teen Connection 1414 VV San Antonio GED for teens 7 9 p rn every Monday Community Service Center: 202 F South St GED from 9 a rn to 4 p rn Monday s through Thursdays. FSL 7 9 p rn Mon day s and Thursday s Citizenship 7-9 p in Wednesdays Canyon Hiqh School Citizen ship 7 9 p rn Tuesdays Bulverde hor information con cerning GED and ESL classes call Nancy Pix at 438 7854 Mountain valley Em inform a turn concerning GED and FSI classes, call Min Toussauit at 833-5336 or 885 4850 Free tutors are available for adult students who need to learn to read Please call 658 loan Mon day through Thursday >9 pm Et IX* counseling is available Monday and Wednesday from 9 a rn to noon Call »>.>h 59:9. for an appointment Vdult Education is a state and (literal project which (urn'tion> through the Texas Education Vgency arx! the Ux al school district Eof more information concerning these classes please Page TOA    Herald-Ze/fung.    New Braunfels, Texas    Sunday,    September    6,198 N B native named chief of military intelligence Ruffles and flourishes and gun salutes were the order of the dav as more than 1.500 Military Intelligence Soldiers from around the country came to attention on Chaffee Parade Field earlier this summer to activate the MI Corps. New Braunfels native Maj. Gen Julius Parker Jr., Commander, U.S. Army Intelligence Center and School, formally became the chief of the MI Corps and ceremoniously accepted the new MI Corps Flag and activated the colors. Atter Parker was presented the new MI Corps Crest, the honorary colonel, honorary sergeant major and ll distinguished members of the MI Corps were introduced and presented with their appointment certificates. Parker addressed the audience noting that it was a day of honor for the United States as in three days, the country would be celebrating its 212th birthday “It s a day of honor for the Con stitution. because the Constitution forms the fundamental basis for our way of life.” Parker said “It is also the basis for our being as an Army because it authorizes the Congress to raise and support Armies for the common defense ” Parker said that Intelligence has alw ays been a part of the Army since its beginning 212 years ago with the formation of Know hun s Rangers, the first intelligence and recon naissance unit. “Since that time. and through the 59 years of combat, our skills have always !>een there when thev were needed in both peace and war, because intelligence has no holiday it’s at w ar every day ,” he said Parker concluded his address by telling the soldiers of their tasks associated with the security of the nation “lf we are to succeed in achieving these things as individuals and an organization, we must be all that we can be. and that is “Always Out Front ” Alter Parker’s address, all of the troops ceremoniously passed in review to the accompaniment of the 36th E S Army Band. The parade of troops included the colorful, authentically clad 14th Continental Army of the American Heritage Association from the 112th MI Brigade of the U S. Army Intelligence School at Fort Devens. Mass Although the MI Corps Activation Ceremony concluded with the playing of the Army Song, the festivities of the day had just begun A reception was held after the ceremony at Chaffee Parade Field, followed in the afternoon by the unveiling of the distinguished members of the MI Corps display at Alvarado Hall Parker w as born in New Braunfels on April 14. 1935. Upon completion of the Reserve Officers ’Training Corps curriculum and the educational course of study at Prairie View A&M University in 1955. he was commissioned a second lieutenant of infantry and awarded a bachelor of science degree in biology and chemistry He also holds a master of science degree in public administration from Ship pensburg State College His military education includes completion ut the infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, the United States Army Command and General Staff College and the Enited States Army War College Parker has held a wide variety of important command and staff pose tions columnating in his current assignment as commanding general. United States Army Intelligence Map Gen Julius Parker Jr Center, and Commandant. United States Army Intelligence School w hich he has held since Vugust 198.. Parker's command is located at four sites through the country Fort Huachuca. Aru Fort Devens. Mass Corry Station. Fbi and Goodfellow Air Force Base. Texas Awards and decorations Parker has received include the Defense Superior Service Medal the Legion ot Merit the Bronze Star Modal with V Device, the Purple Hoar* Uh Meritorious Service Medal with th ret' oak leave clusters, the Mr Medal the \rmy Commendation Medal the Combat Infantryman's Badge the Parachutist Badge, and the Copart ment of Uh \rtny Matt and Joint Chiefs of Staff identification badges Ho is married to tho former Dorothy June Henry and they ha\t two sons and a daughter ;