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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas kY JULY 2 2004 HALDZEITUNG SPORTS WORTH THE WAIT Little Leaguers come on strong after three days of rain delays as the NB 11yearolds beat La Vernia 160 Page SA FORUM LETTERS Readers gripe about getting citys help lament Canyon Lake High Schools name pray for the nations youths Page Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 Vol 12 pages 2 sections CLICK j www Partly cloudy High Low 96 74 Details1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 44B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A NEWS DIGEST 2A SPORTS S6A TV GRIDS 3B END OF THE ROAD Broad stripes bright stars in city festivities Photos by DAVID TxDOT employees John Hood left and Randall Groness review plans for storm sewer construction along Interstate 35 just north of Texas 46 Thursday afternoon NEXT 3 PHASES The last million New Braunfels interstate reconstruc tion project began just north of the Guadalupe River in May It will be divided into three phases scheduled to be completed by the spring of 2007 PHASE I May 2004 to September 2005 Drainage and frontage roads from the river to Canyon High School Northbound interstate main lanes will be moved to the outside so work can be done in the median Will include middle sections of new bridges at Texas 46 and FM 306 The T Business road inter section near Langtry Village Apartments be reconfigured PHASE II October 2005 to June 2006 Northbound side of the Interstate will be moved to the newlycon structed lanes in the median Northbound main lanes will be completed during this phase PHASE III July 2006 to June 2007 Southbound main lanes will be built Frontage roads will be one way all the way to Kohlenberg Lane exit at proj ect completion FM 306 and Texas 46 will be four lanes wide under Interstate 35 with turn around lanes in both directions FarmtoMarket Roads to see work too Page 3A Interstate 35 work nearing completion From Staff Reports New Braunfels residents are urged to don patriotic colors fly their flags and participate in an oldfash ioned parade this Fourth of July weekend The parade and patriotic program sponsored annu ally by the Sophienburg Museum will be held Sat urday to prevent conflicts with Sunday church activi ties The fun begins at 9 at the New Braunfels Plaza Bandstand with music pro vided by the 50member Comal Community Band The parade begins at at the corner of Seguin and Bridge streets The theme for this years Independence Day celebra tion is Patriotism So Proudly We Our purpose is to cele brate to honor veterans from the past and the Sophienburg Director Sarah Reaves said Children are asked to come dressed in costume to compete for prizes And parade watchers are urged to don red white and blue and bring flags to wave dur ing the procession Two other parades are See HOLIDAY Page 3A July 4 Parade Route By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The Texas Department of Transportation Thursday set out a threeyear schedule for the million project that will complete Interstate 35 reconstruction through New Braunfels TxDOT Area Engineer Greg Malatek Project Engineer Michelle Kopp and Hunter Industries officials outlined the work begun in May at an update meeting of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerces Transportation Committee The project will be divided into three phases which roughly correspond to frontage roads the north bound lanes and then the southbound lanes Construction has already begun on new drainage just south of Texas 46 as part of the projects first phase reconstruction of frontage roads between the river and FM306 City has short fuse for fireworks crime Heavy equipment moves pipe into place for drainage along 135 near Canyon High School Thursday afternoon The biggest immediate change Malatek told local officials would be that frontage roads on the north bound and southbound sides of 135 betweenTexas 46 and the Y intersection near Langtry Village Apartments will become oneway within the month This will be the phase that affects businesses the Malatek said promising con struction officials would work with businesses along the highway to preserve access during the work By September 2005 the frontage roads will all be done except for the final top layer See INTERSTATE Page 3A By Brand Grissom Staff Writer Dont expect any slack from the New Braunfels Fire Marshals office this July 4 for violations of the city ordinance banning fireworks In years past weve issued warn ings and that has Darren Brinkkoeter said So this year we have a task force and were going to be enforcing it to the T and issuing cita tions at all In 2003 more than people in the United States were treated for fire worksrelated injuries and 16 died Local public safety officials will be See FIREWORKS Page 3A FIREWORKS SAFETY TIPS Buy fireworks only from licensed dealers Follow directions Use outdoors away from build ings and dry grass Keep a bucket of water wet tow els and a garden hose nearby Light one item at a time and move back quickly Never point fire works at people or animals Dayspring plans to take on larger community presence DAYSPRING CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Pastor Count Denomination Wesjeyan Attendance 180 Meeting time 1030jimSunday Location 1895 S Walnut Aye Phone 6204353 Website Worship style contemporary Mission Dayspring Christian Fellowship exists to shine the light of Jesus to New Braunfels and beyond By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Dayspring Christian Fellowship has been in a holding pattern but the church is about to take off After 18 months without a fulltime pastor the church has a new leader and a redefined mission We want to be a church that ministers to the whole said Pastor Phil Count In September we will be faeus ing on what we want to do to reach out to the Although the congregation became somewhat introverted while it searched for a new pastor the youth group flour ished Count said youth ministry would be important as the church ministers to families in the new housing develop ments around them Im psyching people up for nest East er which I picture as being a big announcement to the community that we are here to serve he said As he prepares the congregation for its Count is giving extra atten tion to the worship service One of my passions is he said Worship will be one thing that sets us Worshipping to great music is only the beginning Count said he envisioned a much more rigorous training program for church members Our whole purpose will be to win dis ciple equip and Count said I expect Dayspring Christian Fellowship toseruloutrrussionariesandnuiustersall over the world as well as to serve here at One family in the congregation is already demonstrating how reaching out can change lives Jerry and Vickie Williams did not have any children of their own but they had several estra bedrooms and coom in their See 3A MAiKW Dayspring Christian Fellowship Pastor Phil Count
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