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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas TP T DECEMBER RALDZEITUNG SPORTS FOOTBALL Houston Clear Lakes Wishbone offense will test Smithson Valley in Saturdays state foot ball Page 7A FORUM LITTIRS Readers sound off on city Bill of Rights and recent letter to colum Page 4A 22 16 2 sections CLICK i DEARABBY 31 I I a Mostly sunny High Low 70 40 Details1B COMICS an CROSSWORD FORUM 4A OBITUARIES tA SPORTS 6A TV GRIDS Realtors discuss mills project By Ron Maloney Staff Writer learn about the Mission Val fels and Ron Thomas of Dallas center ley Mills project from two of conducted the meeting in the The meeting was attended About 100 residents attend t0 3nSWe by Mayor Pro Tern Lee o TU j about the project that could who Mondav nieht ed a meeting Thursday to Lee Edwards of New Braun bring a hotel and convention wasoSofSrcounSm bers who voted to name the include a a per site the citys choice for a new forming arts center and a convention If the million project comes to it would riverside outdoor amphithe See Page 3A ELECTRIC START Scheel RMA could double tax burden By Ron Maloney Staff Writer A new layer of government called a Regional Mobility Authority six months ago looked like the silver bullet that would relieve the high way funding shortfall facing County Judge Danny Scheel said it just wont The problem at least in counties outside urban areas is that county tax dollars will have to make up the dif ference between what the state spends on projects and what can be raised through tolls to pay for In Scheel county taxpayers would be asked to pay taxes for roads that could double the coun tys tax burden and then have to pay tolls The county has put its efforts toward creating an RMA on Scheel Texas Department of Trans portation District Engineer for San Antonio David Cas teel said his agency would continue to work with local officials toward finding a transportation We respect the countys decision and will continue to do all we can to help meet the needs of the Casteel We will be partners with Judge Scheel and the court on many issues for many There are a myr iad of financing and partner ship options for us to contin ue See Page 3A Photos by MANDY Atter waiting outside of the store through the opening customers pour through the open doors to Circuit City holds grand opening By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Amanda Casey was the first person to receive a gift card when Circuit New Braunfels newest retail invited shoppers through the doors for its grand open ing She earned Casey arrived at the store at to get in My mom called me at this morning and told me they were giving away free she after I took my I headed over Casey and her Car are selfdescribed gift card We keep our chairs in the trunk because you never know when a call for free money is going to come Carol When I opened the newspaper and saw the advertisement this morn it was like a bill fell While she the Texas Lutheran University student studied for her chemistry final and bonded with her As soon as the doors Casey headed for the DVD Ive done all my Christ mas so tonight Im buying for she Behind Casey and her the line stretched down the side and around the back of the As the minutes ticked on toward 6 crowds began to gather in the parking which was completely See OPENING Page 3A Glittering Treasures Christmas ornaments are steeped in After finishing a college final Thursday Amanda Casey went straight to Circuit City at to wait for its grand 2004 CHEER FUND Donations are still being accept ed for the 2004 Cheer To Stop by the HeraldZeitung office at 707 Landa between 8 and 5 Monday through Friday or mail a check made out to the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung to Cheer New Braunfels 707 Landa New before Thanks to the following for their support Gene and Deanie Chollett Arthur and Betty Richter Thomas and Nancy Call Don and Valerie Meyer I Fred Butler l Michael and Dixie Lovay Providence Trading Company Schlitterbahn DEllen Klein Church reminds people they are made in Gods image UNITY CHURCH OF PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY Pastor Karen Tudor Denomination Unity Movement Attendance 70 Meeting time 11 Sunday Location 408 Gruene Road Phone 830 6089515 Website Worship style traditional Mission We are an openmind Christcen tered church of Love and Truth dedicated to spir itually growing and serving our By Leigh Jones StaffWriter As Christmas Karen Tudor and the congregation of Unity Church of Practical Christianity prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ a good man but not a A beautiful tree stands at the front of the sanctuary and a nativity scene deco rates the front of the but Tudor will not be giving any talks about a baby born to save mankind from Satans The teachings of Unity Church are but its members do not believe in the doctrine of original a cornerstone of traditional Rather than view mankind as basically in need of Tudor teach es people are divine and just need to be reminded they are made in Gods Evil is not a power unto itself it is all human she Jesus was the perfect human who came to demon strate the perfection we can all We believe that all humanity has a Christcon sciousness Our goal is to express it more Tudor said she believes human perfec tion is in part because humanity is evolving toward that Were not trying to get to heaven were trying to be heaven here on she The Unity Church in New Braunfels was founded in 1995 when a minister from Austin placed an advertisement in the Her aldZeitung announcing a Unity Myrna Deady was one of the 35 people who saying they wanted to start a new The group was led by several pastors before the congregation formed a govern ing Three years they decided it was time for their own church Members OMHD helped with everyaspect of the from Karen Tudor teaches her congregation at Unity Church c of Christianity that people are good and just See Page 3A need to be reminded they are made in Gods
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