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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 11, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SEPTEMBER 2003 BIG HITTER Canyon High gtad Thomas Keresztury has become a staple of Texas State Bobcats SA DIGEST MORE RAIN A weather system is moving South from bringing cool air and heavy rains Thursday and 2A yJDLlw frauries and Comal County since DEARABBY 3B 258 12 2 sections a cloudy High Low 90 Details 1B FRONT and CENTER pause 911 Memorials scheduled nationwide By Sara Kugler Associated Press Writer NEW YORK The thou sands killed 11 will be honored where they died and across the nation on the sec ond anniversary of the terror ist attacks with cities falling names read wreaths laid and bells tolling for the Two years to the minute after hijackers crashed Amer ican Flight 11 into the World Trade Centers north victims relatives and digni taries will pause in silence at ground In President Bush will observe the moment on the South Lawn of the White At the trade on a stage near Where the north tower once 200 chil the names of people lost in the I thought it would be a good way to honor my and to honor the other peo said 11yearold Madi lynn who will recite 14 ending with her Seth Allan The reading will pause at three other moments the crash of United Flight 175 into the south the sky scrapers collapse an hour lat and the collapse of the north tower about 30 minutes after At the officials and families will mark with silence the moment another See Page 3A Virginia Fresne New Braunfels Karen Porterie New Braunfels Lee Sherman New Braunfels Was in an air plane en route to Detroit the pilot updated ThefeelingI had Where are my children Ill never forget Joyce Hubble Canyon Lake A coworker kept her updated on the I still think theres a lot of emotion going on and a lot of controversy about Learned of attacks watch Ing news on When I saw the first plane go into the I Ttiattsno Learned of attacks watch ing news on We should Imve started fighting terror ism a long time FOR THE While lowering the American flag in front of Fire Station 1 Wednesday New Braunfels Fire Department DAVID Danny and engineer Jack Ward take a moment to reflect upon firefighters who died WHAT Moment of silence in memory of those killed in 911 attacks WHEN 7 WHERE Fire Station SMITHSOM VALUY NMH SCHOOL I WHAT JROTC flag presentation and patriot ic music performance I WHEN 8 I WHERE Flagpole UNITY CHURCH OF CHRISTIANITY WHAT 911 church wor ship service WHEN WHERE 408 Gruene New Braunfels BULVERDE AREA REPUBLICAN WOMEN WHAT Speech by retired Borah Van Dormolen Heavenly Today we remember a day that brought sorrow to our hearts we know it must have sorrowed We know it always grieves you to see those whom You love experience such suffer ing and we ask that on this anniversary of our nations that You would comfort those who lost loved ones on that mournful May as only You bring peace into their lives and give them hope for the today we are as well mindful of those who serve our striving to protect and defend the citizens of this great who are serving on foreign soil and those serving at We that You would give them strength and wisdom in all they we askthat even in the midst of remembering this mat hatred will not fill our Remind us today of the example of Your we cannot overcome evil with but that evil is overcome by We pray this hi the namfe of the One who loves Ray Oakwood Baptist Church NEW BRAUNFELS MUSIC STUDY CLUB H WHAT 911 commemora tive concert WHEN 7 WHERE Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative auditorium WHEN WHERE New Braunfels Presbyterian Church activi ty center Commissioners set to OK 2004 tax rate By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Comal County Commis sioners Thursday will decide whether to appoint a judge to set up the countys second CqurtatLaw and complete their work on the 2004 budg et when they adopt the tax rate that will help pay for The action is the last in a budgeting process that stretches back into the Attorney Charles one of three finalists for the job screened by a special com announced nearly two weeks ago will be a candi date for the post in next years Commissioners Court will convene at Thurs day in the commissioners courtroom at 199 Main In the courtrelated County Judge Danny Scheel said the court would consider See Page 3A Blood flows freely at chamber drive for Chapa By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Donors gave 109 pints of blood Wednes day for Ramon Chapa chairman of the board for the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce who is being treated for leukemia in San The South Texas Blood and Tissue Cen ter was the chamber parkinglot during the 15th Annual Business Trade All the collected blood was designated for Ramon Chapa The chamber has col lected 116 pints altogether for Ramon Chapa said doctors had approved a bone marrow transplant for his 70yearold Six of the elder Chapas siblings were tested as possible bone marrow Four of them are matches and are being examined to see who would be the best In the we need blood and Ramon Chapa He said he was thankful the donation center was set up at the trade which event cooixjinators said was one of the most wellattended trade shows Donation center workers had not seen such a strong community response since the terrorism JESSIE Ramon Chapa watches his aunt Argelia Chapa give blood to botomist Azarias Lopez at a blood drive for Ramon Chapa Ramon Chapa Because of the we had to set up three more beds inside Honors and were calling another blood mobile from San Ramon Cha pa said I never thought we had so many blood The donation center was booked all said Rusty chamber director of economic I figured it was going to be this way because its Brockman Blood that doesnt match Ramon Cha pa will stay in New Check us out on the web at 6253000 Downtown New Braunfels t
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