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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 27, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A — Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, August 27, 20054B board approves $7.8 million budget AP Poll: Soldiers’ families more likely to back war By Leigh Jones Staff Writer The New Braunfels Industrial Development Corporation (4B) Board approved its 2005-06 budget Friday, setting its potential expenditures at $7.8 million. During the 2004-05 fiscal year, the board spent only $2.35 million, but future projects are expected to require funds from the group’s $5.3 million savings. Board members already have committed by resolution to spending $3 million — $1.5 million for both the airport air traffic control tower and the civic center expansion. Other possible projects include an industrial park development and additional support for the Central Texas Technology Center. City Chief Financial Officer Jeff Hinson told board members he expected next year’s revenues to total $3.1 million. “As you can see, sales tax is expected to be up considerably this year, and I have budgeted lower than what we are expecting to come in." — Jeff Hinson New Braunfels CFO The majority of 4B funds come from a three-eighth cent sales tax which should generate $2.68 million this year. As yet unknown revenue from I louie Depot Call Center and Ashley Furniture could increase the sales tax numbers significantly. “As you can see, sales tax is expected to be up considerably this year, and I have budgeted lower than what we are expecting to come in,” he said. Last year’s sales tax allotment brought in $2.23 million for 4B projects. Although most of the board’s expenses vary every year, several budget items are fixed. The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce receives $170,000 for its economic development activities, and payments for three bond projects total $668,430. The 4B board is not required by law to set a more specific budget, but they do have an internal priorities list that indicates how they plan to spend their funds. Last year’s budget allocations included 40 percent for business development incentives, 5 percent for job training facilities support, 4 percent for quality of life facilities, 18 percent for infrastructure improvements, 15 percent for public facility improvements, 7 percent for services and support and 11 percent for industrial park development. Board members plan to adjust those allocations for this year at a future meeting. WASHINGTON (AP) — People with friends or relatives serving in Iraq are more likely than others to have a positive view of a generally unpopular war, an AP-Ipsos poll found. Some of those surveyed said their relationships with troops helped them learn more about what’s going on in Iraq beyond the violence. Others said their opinions of the war were shaped by a sense of loyalty to those in harm’s way. A solid majority of those who did not know anyone in Iraq said they thought the war was a mistake, 61 percent, compared to 36 percent who thought it was the right decision. Those who had a relative or friend there were almost evenly split, 49 percent right decision, 47 percent mistake. After Ted Chittum of Bourbon, Ind., had a chance to talk at length with his cousin who served in Iraq, he said he got a different picture of what was going on in the country. “He talked about all the good things that are going on,” said Chittum, a school superintendent and a political independent who supports the war effort. “Schools are opening up. The people are friendly, wanting our help. You get a whole different spin from what you get on television.” Those who know someone serving in Iraq were more likely to approve of the Bush administration’s conduct of the war — 44 percent, compared to 37 percent overall. “From most of the information I get, the people over there Fighting basically are proud to be there and feel they’re doing something good,” said Sally Dowling, a bank employee from Mesa, Ariz., who said her boss’s son is serving in Iraq. “That brings it home more than if I didn’t know anybody.” With the U.S. death toll in Iraq climbing past 1,870 with an especially bloody August, the public’s opinion of the Bush administration’s handling of the war has been eroding over the past two years. Overall attitudes about the war — while negative — haven’t changed dramatically through the summer. A solid majority, 60 percent, want U.S. troops to stick it out until Iraq is stable. The poll found that 58 percent of people disapprove of the Bush administration’s conduct of the war and consider it a mistake. Half believe the war increases the threat of terrorism. Democrats over-whelmingly question the president’s policies, while Republicans overwhelmingly support them. Among the strongest supporters of President Bush’s handling of the war were Republicans and evangelicals, men and especially suburban men. J */ Devotional Page B&C Service Center Automotive Repairs 211 North Business 3S 629-1072 Catering & Decorating ' Weddings ' Birthdays • Parties • Banquets • Debuts • Picnics • Flowers • Floral Arrangements Cateraff CATZ IU VG A DPU WATI Sd < Menu# by Ihrra White 348 Alves lame New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 629-5225 sr Rea I Eyes Vision Center 218 E Austin St. New Braunfels, TX 28130 830/625-4905 (office) 830/620-4822 (fox) Michael D. Tschoepe, M.D. QphlWmology Suigery I Diseases of lite Eye LASIX • LASEK • PMIEX ‘K Heart & Vascular Main JBk==-- Institute of Texas 652 N Houston St 2 SoecMi Tina »n New Braunfels TX 78130 ^ carpology & vascular (830)609-9058 • Fax: (830)608-0512 Satellite Stephen C. Carey 1395 Sallier Rd #6 M D , PHD., F A C C. Canyon Lake. TX 78133 (830)964-3340 Randy Adams Inc. / Ramco Motors We are proud of our 39 year history of service to New Braunfels. BUYING AND SELLING CARS AND TRUCKS (830) 625-7159 • 1687 S Bus. IH35 Herald-Zeitung 830-625-9144 707 Landa Street Attention Diabetic Patients Medicare Pays For' Diabetic Shoes Biomechanical Footwear provides unsurpassed comfort and protection Medicare pays 80% of the charges and most co-insurance and Medicaid pay the 20% balance The leading Provider ot Home Health Equipment rn Texas Professional Medical 608-9577 386 A Landa • New Braunfels. Texas wwwprofessionalmedical.com tving Waters Worship Center 3325 Hwy 46 N • Seguin • 7.5 Miles South of IH 35 (830) 303-7515 • www.livingwaterworship.cofn catch the wave I ,f a of His Presence... r 9 a m Sunday School fall ages) 10 arn Worship Service & Kids Church • 6.30 pm Evening Worship Service 7 p.m. U-Turn Youth Church Now on the radio! Sundays at 7 a.m. on AM 1580 KWED Come, just as you are to worship! Come, join us lur a vibrant celebration & inspiring message every Sunday, services at 8:00 \ 10:30 a.rn. ■ Sunday school for all ages, 9:30 a.in. in the Parish Hall ■ Ask about Wonderful Wednesdays, Men's & Women's Bible Studies & Home Ministries st. John’s EpiscopalChurch Drawn bv Tri th • Driven bv Faith • Devoted in Love 312 S. (.lien I her • Ne" Braunfels • ><30-625-2532, Unity Church of Practical Christianity 40S Gruetli’ Rd. • Sio-6oS-gyiy www.unitynewbraunfels.org • [email protected] Weddings - Funeral/Memorial Services Spiritual Counseling Rev. 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HIS MARRIAGE TO A PW/LSTINE WOMAN AND LOVE FOR RIDDLES AND PRACTICAL JOKES ONLY LED TO DISASTER FOR HIS WIFE AND HER FAMILY. HIS GREAT STRENGTH SEEMS TO BE THE ONLY THING THAT SAVED HIM ON THE NUMEROUS OCCASIONS WHEN HIS PENCHANT FOR DANGEROUS UVING GOT HIM INTO TROUBLE. SUCH A MANNER OF LIVING COULD ONLY END DlSASTEROUSlY AS IT DID FOR SAMSON, WHEN, BLINDED AND USED AS A SLAVE BY HIS ENEMIES, HE EXERTED HIS GREAT STRENGTH IN AN ACT OF PERSONAL REVENGE UPON HI S TORMENTORS BV CAUSING THE COLLAPSE OF ATEMPLE IN WHICH THE PHILISTINES WERE FEASTING TO THEIR GOO, DAGON IT IS NOTED THAT WITH SAMSON'S DEATH THREE THOUSAND PHILISTINES WERE ALSO DESTROYED-BUT ONE WONDCRS HOW MXH MORE SAMSON MIGHT HANE ACHIEVED IS HIS LIER HAD HE CONFINED HIS AGILE THINKING AND ENORMOUS STRENGTH TO THE D6DICATEDLIFE OF A TRUE NAZARITE INSTEAD OF .."A WHORING AFTER THE DAUGHTERS OF IHE PHILISTINES' VV HI R L D CAR }azoa    ~    OIIMC CID 830-606-4200 3363 IH 35 South • New Braunfels, TX www.beheardblog.eom I (Si Ants Ch Arn A.M.L Church 255 Commerce Sc., 830-624-7869 Res. Rev. Bobby Lewis, Pastor; Sun. School IO a.m., Morning service 11 a.m. Anglic an St. Joseph Church 446 N. Seguin - 11 a.m. Sung Euchanst or Morning Prayer Asst MSY of Yahwih, Central Texas Meeting at Unity Church 408 Gruene Rd., 625-4963; Service: Sat. -12 to 5 p.m. Baha i Faith Working tor world peace & the oneness of humanity. Call (830) 620-9937 Bullan Boul Church 888 Landa Sc., 620-5102; Sun. services, IO a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Wed. 7;30 p.m., Mens class at 8 a.m. Sat. Bur vins Christian Fulowsht Sun Bible Study 9:15 arn., Worship Service 10:30 am. ic 6 p.m., Prayer Ser. Wed. 7 n m Friday Extreme Worship 7:30 p.m. All spanish Serv. 7 p.m. Sat. 830-885-2224 Bt thai Methodist Church Or Bulverde 19886 Hwy 46 West (Located on the northeast side of Hwv 46 & 281, behind the Keller Williams Realty office) ’ A Slye, Pastor | Worship: 10:30 am. Adult it Childrens Sundav School: 9:30 am. (830) 237-4395 An Independent Methodist Denomination Bracken Undid Methodist Church 20377 EM 2252. (I mil. NE of EM 3009) 9:30 am. Sun. School, Nursery -Adult Worship Services: 8:26 ii 10:45 am. Calvary Batttst Church 117 W. Klein Road, 629-0049; S.S. IO am., Worship 11 am., Eve 5 p.m., Youth - 6 p.m., Warship Wed. Bible study ii Prayer 6:30 pm Calvary Outreach 424 Comal, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Sun. 9:30 am. - 830-627-8105 cconb^hotmail.com or cconb.org . SAVE THIS FOR YOUR SUNDAY SCHOOL SCRAP- BOOK _1 Jerry i Sunday rn Canyon Lake United Methodist Church 206 Flinstone -TeL (830)899-7104 Sun. school/Bible study 9:15 am, Worship Services 8:30,9:3t) ii 10:30 a.m. Northside W.S. 10:30 Bunkhaus Lodging. Canyon Lake Presbyterian Gulch 230 Shepherd Hill, off 2673 (Canyon Lake) (830)9o4-2427Pastor, Rev. Doug Dalglish Sun. School 9:30 am., Worship 11 am. Casiu Hus Undid Pentecostal Church 209 Lemonwood Dr. San Antonio, (210) 342-7171 Pastor Paul M. Chance.; Sun. Morning 10:30 am., Wed. evening 7:30 p.m. Oust Inter nationai Tabernacle, NB Carolyn Stovall Gilbert, Pastor (830) 822-6988; Sun. Service IO am. -12 p.m. LaQuinta Inn & Suites Blue Bonnet Conference Room • 375 Highway 46 South, NB, TX (see our ad on mis page for more info.) Christ Presbyterian Church (PCA) 1620 Common. 629-0405 Sun. school, 9:30 a.m., Worship service, 10:40 am.; Pioneer Club, Wed. 6:30 p.m. Chuse th King American Church 1928 Book of Common Prayer • 889 Landa Street New Braunfels, Ph. 626-0080; Sun. School 9 am., Sun. Services IO am.; Rev. Ronald D. “Ron” Zipp Church Of Chuse EM 3159 and 2673.899-7077. Bible class IO am., Sun. worship 11 am. it 6 p.m., Wed. service 7 pm. Hwy.725 Church of Chuse 134 Meadow Crest, 620-0055. Douglas Hill; 643-0028; Sun.: Classes 9:30 am., Worship 10:30 am. it 6 p.m., Wed. 7 p.m. New Braunfels Church of Crust 1665 Highway 81 • 1st Assembly 9 am., Bible Class 10:15 am., Sun. service 6 p.m., Wed. service 7 p.m. Th Church of faits Chuse of Latter-Day Sants - continued on next column - Bishop Jerry Eemandes 624-7890 1390 Ham Rd. Sacrament Meeting 9 am., Sun. School 10:15, Priesthood, Relief Society 11:10 Church of th Na/akene 1465 135 North.; Sun. school 9:30 am.,Sun. service 10:45 am., Evening worship at 6 p.m. it Wed. worship at 7p.m. Nursery provided Community Christian Church 1750 Old McQueeney Road 620-7174; Services: Sun. School, 9:30 am. Worship, 10:30 am., Coffee Fellowship 900 a.m.; Nursery provided. Community of Christ 1138 Dunlap Drive, N.B., TX; Worship: 11 am. Sun., Sun. School 9:30 am., Prayer Service: 7:30 p.m. Wed. Comal Country Church 9380 FM 306, New Braunfels, TX 78132; Pastor Neil Kibbe, (830)914-2177; Bible Study 9:30 a.m., Worship 10:30 am., Children’s Church 10:30 am. Cranks Mil Baptist Church 10215 FM 2673, Canyon Lake Pastor Gory Becknal Sunday School 9:30 am. Sun. Worship 10:45 am. it 6:00 p.m. Wed. 6:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Cross Community Church 176 S. Hickory; 627-7006; Worship, 10:45 am. Cross Luihran Church A Scheme (Missouri Synod)2171 E. Common St., 625-3666; Pastor Don Fraker, Sun. Worship, 8:30 am. & 11:00 a.m. it Bible Study ii Sun. School 10:00 am. Daysprmg Chustian Fellows!* 1895 S. Walnut; Sundav Service 9:00 & 10:45, Sunday School 9:30 Wesleyan denomination. tASISDt BATTIST CHURCH 983 Holly at comer of Ridgewood. 625-0718; Sun. school 9:45 am., Sun. services 10:50 am. it 6 p.m., Wed. 7 p.m.; Pastor Wubum Taylor X cingular WIRELFSS WIRELESS Your Hometown Cingular Connection New Braunfels Marketplace, Sui|p 1335 (Next to Hastings) New Braunfels, TX 78130 Ph 830-609-4900 Fax 830-609-4902 www.lonestarwireless.net rn w% TO ADD YpUR LISTING TO THE CHURCH DIRECTOY OR HELP SPONSOR THE CHURCH DIRECTORY, CONTACT TABATHA AT (830)625-9144 X21 3 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church 138 W AusUn Street - New Braunfels Served by the Missionaries of the Holy bairnly Masses Saturday Vigil Mass 5:30 PM (English) Sunday 7:30 AM (Spanish 10:30 AM and 5:30 PM (English) Weekday Masses Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday 6:00 PM Tuesday 7:30 AM Confessions Saturday 4:00 unul 5:00 PM Holy Hour Wednesday 9 AM-ll AM St. John’s Mission Church Hunter. Texas Mass: Sunday 9:00 AM ;

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