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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas ____ Saturday,    September    24,    2005    — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 A Feds declare public health emergency in Texas, Louisiana Rita floods New Orleans as storm surge tops levee WAS IIINGTON (AI’) —The federal government did everything possible to prepare for Hurricane Rita, the nation’s disaster management chief said Friday as authorities declared a public health emergency in two states before the storm’s strike. From sending mass quantities of supplies to texas and Louisiana to putting troops on standby, the Bush administration’s mobilization for the storm sharply contrasted with its widely criticized preparations for I Iurricane Katrina. Rita was expected to hit Gulf Coast communities early Saturday as a Category 3 hurricane — down from Category 5, the highest level, earlier this week. “I think at this point the federal government has done pretty much all that’s possible to do,” Federal Emergency Management Agency Acting Director R. David Faulison said in Washington. “Right now, we just have to wait out the storm, see exactly where it makes landfall, and then move ahead with our supplies that we have on the ground and our resources,” Faulison said. President Bush visited PEMA headquarters before heading to the U.S. Northern Command in Colorado Springs, Colo., to monitor the storm. The president scrubbed a short visit to San Antonio to meet emergency responders who were being relocated as the huge storm shifted course. "There will be no risk of me getting in the way, I promise you," said Bush, who was trying to walk a line between helping in a crisis and being seen as interfering. I lealth and I luman Services Secretary Mike Leavitt declared a public health emergency in Texas and Louisiana to ease some of the requirements for hurricane victims who seek Medicaid or other assistance after the storm. The government already had moved some emergency medical supplies to Texas, and health officials dispatched to Louisiana for Katrina remained for Rita’s aftermath. FEMA stockpiled four days’ worth of food, water and ice in Texas and Louisiana, and the Pentagon added 13,273 active-duty troops to the 36,108 National Guard personnel stationed throughout the region, Paulison said. Forty Coast Guard aircraft, nine cutters and 26 Defense Department helicopters were among the military assets ready to move in as soon as Rita passed though the area, said Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff. He said they would begin to aid Rita’s victims “as soon as it is safe to do so.” The Defense Department evacuated by air an estimated 3,200 patients from Beaumont, Texas, and expected to remove another 101 by late Friday, Paulison said. As of Friday afternoon, another 204 patients were waiting to be evacuated, he said. FEMA sent 7,500 gallons of diesel fuel and several tankers of gasoline to replenish dwindling supplies along Texas’ clogged evacuation routes, Paulison said, adding that the Pentagon “is also standing by ready to move Riel if we need it.” In a sign that there were still gaps in preparations, Hous-ton-area Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, said there was not enough fuel for many evacuees — including some whose paths inadvertently took them toward Rita as the storm changed its course. “We have thousands of people with no fuel or food, no shelters, no cots, no security,” Brady said. “When the winds start hitting tonight those people are going to be stuck.” NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Hurricane Rita's wind-driven storm surge topped one of New Orleans’ battered levees and poked holes in another Friday, sending water gushing into already-devastated neighborhoods just days after they had been pumped dry. An initial surge of water cascaded over a patched levee protecting the impoverished Ninth Ward, flooding the abandoned neighborhood with at least 6 feet of water. “Our worst fears came true,” said Maj. Barry Guidry, a National Guardsman on duty at the broken levee. Leaks beneath another levee that was repaired with rock and gravel after Hurricane Katrina flooded homes with at least a half-foot of water. Meanwhile, wind-whipped waves pushed water from Dike Fontchartrain over a sea wall, and rain runoff with no outlet pooled in city streets. The rain in New Orleans was expected to continue throughout the night, but meteorologists were already turning their attention west to the communities in the storm’s crosshairs such as l^ke Charles and Cameron. “I know we’re all concerned about New Orleans, but I’m more focused on these other communities right now," said Max Mayfield, director of the National I Iurricane Center in Miami. “That’s where people are going to die.” Evacuees from the misery-stricken city learned of the new flooding with despair. “Its like looking at a murder," Quentrell lefferson of the Ninth Ward said as he watched the news at a church in liifayette, 125 miles west of New Orleans.This devotional page and directory is made POSSIBLE BY THESE BUSINESSES WHO ENCOURAGE ALL OF US TO ATTEND WORSHIP SERVICES. Hermes Insurance Agency Sinci 1932 625-4500 399 VV. 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Texas (830) 629-3911 FARGO 1209 IH 35 South New Braunfels, Texas (830) 629-0211 Member FDIC wellstargo xom SIH H R A I ’N I I I S Evaimgu Assembly Or Goo 104 Melody Lane, 608-1133. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m., Sun. eve worship 6 p.m., Wed. eve praise ii prayer 7 p.m. Sam Arwell, Pastor Faith Harvest Church 1928 S. Seguin Hwy., Reeves Plaza, Suite 104, N.B. Sun. Celebration Service ii Children’s Church -11 a.m. Pastor Phil Taylor 626-2119. Faith Unhid Church Or Gust 970 Loop 337,625-6761. Sun. worship 10:30 a.m„ Sun. school for all ages 9:15 am.; Famiy Praise Center U.P.C Meeting at New Braunfels Church of Nazarenc 1465 1H-35 N„ New Braunfels Service: Sunday 2:30 with Pastor Leon Suggett Fellows** tau Church 4026 Morning Side (Solms Road and IH35-) 629-0607 or 609-3155 9:45 a.m., 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sun., Wed. 7 p.m. Bible study Fkst Baptist Church 733 Cross St. Sun. school 9:30 a.m., Worship 8:15 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 6 p.m., Wed. dinner 5 p.m., Bible study and prayer service 6 p.m. First Church Or Crust Scientist 137 E Mi St; Sun. service I OJO am, Sun. school 9:15 am., Wed. testimony meeting 7 JO pm., Reading Room Mon-Fn 10am.to2pm. Frist Presbyterian Church 2910 IH 35 South 830-625-6060 Sun. Worship 10:50 am., Sun. School 9:30 am. Fust Protista nt Church Comer of Seguin and Coll Streets Sun. Gasses for all ages - 9 am.. Traditional Worship - 8 ii 10:30 am., Contemporary Worship 10:30 am. Rev. Daryl C. Higgins, Senior Minister • 609-7729 Frist U NITTO Methodist Church Sun. worship: 8:30,9:45 ii 11 am.. Church school: Sun. 9:45 Ut 11 am., Youth activities: Sun. 4 p.m. 572 W. San Antonio St. 830-6254513 Freedom Fellows** Church 410 limber Hollow, 625-1288. Sun. 10:30 am., Sun. bible study 9:30 am., Wed. night home ministries. Pastor Dennis Gallahcr. Frioens U Nmo Church or Christ 8.30-303-7729 • 2555 Friedens Church Road Seguin (Geronimo), Texas. No Sunday School dunng summer Sun. worship at 9:30 am. Foursquare Gospel 430 FM 306,606-2843. Pastor Fred McMichael. Sun. school 10 a.m., Sun. worship 11 am., Wed. 7 pm. Good Shepherd Evangelical Church (830) 303-6753 910 Timmerman Rd. Seguin (Geronimo), Tx. Sun. school 9 am.. Worship service 10:15 am. Grau Memorial Church 3240 FM 725 (McQueenv Rd.) Sun. School: 9:30 am., Worship: 8:30 ii 10:45 am.; Pastor Richard Carse, Minister of Music Christin Teemer Ph.626-3045 Grf AHR Lr Undid Pentecostal Church 134 Enchantment Lane, off EM 725. Pastor Jack Dool; Sun. services IO am. and 6 p.m., Wed. 7:30 pm.: 609-1325. Harmony Baptist Church 1472 Hwy. 46 South.; Bible study at IO am.-Sun., Worship: 11 am. ii 6 p.m., Wed. prayer ii Bible study at 7 p.m. Hri Country Christian Church 20845 Hwy 46 West (Next door to the School) Sun. 10:30 Contemporary Worship 980-2019 Hritot Country Church 2719 EM 725.608-1451. Pastor: Ken Schocnfeldt Sun. school 9:30 am., Worship 11 am. Wed. prayer and praise ii country kids Holy Famry Catholic Church 245 S. Hidalgo, 609-5320. Masses: Spanish, Mon, Thurs, it Sun. 8 arn.; English, Wed. it Fri. 8 am., Sun. IO am. & 12 p.m.; Father James Wasser, M.S.F. Holy Ground Christian Church 330 South Hackberry St. N.B., 8.30-624-4659 Pastor [farm Sanders; Wed. Bible Study 7 p.m., Sun. School 9:30 am. it Worship: 10:30 am. House or Praise 1121 Oasis (Beside Montana Mikes) (830) 822-8457 Worship Sun. IO am.; Carlton D. Caudle, Pastor kiiSiA Bautista Hosanna 525 East Mather Street N.B., 830-306-0312; Rev. Francisco Morales, pastor 11 am. Culto de adoracion (Worship Service) Iglesia Be mn Pintecostes 385 N. Grape Pastor Frank Llamaz 625-6113 Prayer meetings- Mon. 7:30 p.m., Wed. ii Sat. 7 p.m. Sun. 6 p.m.: Sun. Worship 11 am. Iglesia De Crjsto 134 Meadow Crest, #102.625-1020. Sun. classes 10 a.m. Worship 11 am Thins, classes 6:30 pm. Iglesia Jerusalem Plntecostls 1806 Tee Street. (830) 6254704. Sun School IO a.m., Sun. Service 6 p.m., Wed. it Fri. Services 7 p.m. JUDAH Christian Center 1201 FM 2722, New Braunfels, TX 78132 830-708-0328 Pastor Adam ii Shan Haley Worship 10:30 am. Sun. and 7 p.m. Wed. Lh Christian Center 2240 EM 725 (Across from South Bank) 620-LIFE Pastor Don Dalton; Sun. IO a.m.,Youth Event En. 7:30 p.m. Live Oar Bahtst Church 355 N. Washington Ave., Sun. school 9:45 am., Worship 11 am, Wed. prayer ii Bible study 6:30 p.m., Rev. Al Young Sr., Pastor (830) 609-2872 Ljvtnc Water Worse* Center Hwy. 46,7.5 miles south of 1-35 303-7515; Sun. school 9 am., Worship & Childrens Church ministry IO am. ii 6:30 p.m., Wed. Youth night. New Braunfels Bnu Church Strong Bible Teaching & Engaging Worship 624-8288; meeting at 995 Mission Hills Dr. Sun. School 9:00, Service 9:00 ii 10:30 Pastor, Phil Congdon New Beginnings Christian Cinter 227 Courtyard 606-6454 Sun. celebration of praise IO a.m., Wed. interactive bible study 7 p.m.; Pastors Rick ii .Angie Jackson New Braunfels Christian Church 734 Loop 337,629-2202; Sun. School 9:30 Worship ii Jr. Church 10:30 am. Youth ii Adult Bible Study 6 pm. Pastor Rick Bartlett New Braunlus Church Of Goo 1020 Oasis (830)609-1214 Pastor Yeager Bible Study Sun 9:30 am., Worship Sun. 10:15 am. and Wed. 7 p.m. New Braunfels Presbyterian Church PC (USA) 373 Howard St., (830)625-5141; Sunday Worship 8:30 am. ii 10:45 am., Sunday School 9:30 arn., Kid s Day Out preschool (830) 629-2286 New Braunfels Seventh Day Adventist Church 2990 W. San Antonio St. PO. Box 311551. 629-5673. Sabbath school 10:40 am., Sat. worship 9:30 am. Oakwood BArrest Church 2154 Loop 337-N. 625-0267; Sun. 8,9:15 & 10:45 arn., Bible study 9:15 & 10:45 arn., Wed. service 6:30 p.m. Pastor Ray Still Our Lady Or Pirpitual Hut Church 138 W Austin; Masses: 5:30 p.m. Spanish. 10:30 am. ii 5:30 pm. English Sun., Mon, Wed, ITurs. & Fn. 6 p.m., Tues. 7:30 arn.; Pastor, Father Eugene Ronan, MSF Parkway Baptist Church 2600 Roy Richard Drive Schertz (210)658-6240; Sun.: Worship 8:30 am., Bible study 9:45 am.. Praise ii worship 11 am. Wed. 5:45 p.m. Peau Lutheran Church Cary Lange, Pastor 1147 S. Walnut, 620-0618; Worship: 8 ii 10:30 arn., Sun. School: 9:15 am. Primera Iglesia Bautista 2080 W. San Antonio St.. N.B.; 625-5661 English Service Sun. 8:30am; Sun.School 9:45am Spanish Service Sun. 10:45; Sun. Evening Worship 5:00pm; Wed. 7:15 Adult Bible Studv, Youth Meeting, Childrens Choir Resurrection Baptist Church 909 EM 1518, 658-0459 To add vow free of 'bai ur church listing here ' \dt}y intact labatha Morales, ^ Mvertisinq AssisUinU at 830-625^144x213. Mon - Tri 8a.m. to 5p.m.McBee’s BBQ & Catering “ We Cook It The Old Fashion Way ” 508 Landa • New Braunfels, TX830-608-0422 RiverGty Vineyard Community Church 453 W. San Antonio St. (830) 625-3175 Sun. Service, 10:45 am.; Pastor Scott Tjemagel River or Grau 356-B Landa St. New Braunfels Sun. Morning 10:30 arn., Sun. evening 6 p.m.; Rev. Allen L. Harborth River or Un Assembly or God 1615 FM 1044; Sun. Worship 10:30 am., Youth ii Adult Bible Study 6 pm. Sun. Pastor: Joseph R. Helms 830-625-6152 Abundant Grau Christian Fluowsht 1121 Oak St., Tx 78130 (830)625-7237 Services: Sun. 10:30 am. ii 6:30 p.m., Sunday School 9:45-10:15 a.m.;Tues. ZION 7:00 pm. Second Baptist Church 273 Memweather St. Sun. school IO am., Sun service 11 am., Sun. evening, 6 p.m. St. Andrew Lutheran Church Pastor Alan Kethan 7420 FM 2673, I mile E. of Startzville. Sun. wonhip 8 am. ii 10:30 a.m. Sun. school, 9:20 arn., Nursery provided. St Francis by ter Lake Episcopal Church 13250 EM 306 @ Spnng Mountain Dr. (830) 964-3820, Ft. Jerry Sneary, Rector Sun 8:00 ii 10:30 a.m., Sun School 9:15 am. ii Wed. 11:30 am. Sat. 6:00 p.m. www.saintfrancis-church org St. John s Episcopal Church 312 S. Guenther Ave.; Holy Euchanst Rite One 8 am., Sun. school 9:30 arn., Holy Euchanst Rite Two 10:30 am. Priest Chuck Thebeau St. Paul Luiiraan Church (ELCA), Cross and Santa Clara Streets; Sun. worship 8 am., (broadcast on KNBT radio EM 92), 10:30 arn., Sun. school 9:15 am. St. Paul United Church or Crust 108 S. Main St. at Loop 539 Cibolo, Tx. 78108 Pastor Brett Becker; IO am. Church services ii Sun. school 210-658-5874 Sts. Pm* And Paul Catholic Church 386 N. Castell. 625-4531. Msgr Eugene O’Callaghan Mass: Sat. 5 p.m., Sun. 8,9:30 ii 11:15 am , Mon. - En. 8 am. St. Thomas Catholic Church 180 St. Thomas Dr. 830-964-3497 Msgr Marvin C. Doertler; Mass: Sat. 6 p.m., Sun. 8:30 ii 11 am., Wed. - Fn. 8:30 am. Shetcrad Or The Huts Christian Pillows** 8427 EM 2673 Canyon Lake 830/899-4033 Sun. Worship IO am., Paster Mark S Simpson; Wed. Youth Croup 7 p.m.. Paster Dennis M. Rohlmeier Tree Or Lie Church 5513 IH-35 South, New Braunfels, IX 78132 (Services include Childrens Church) Sun. Services 9 & 11 am., Wed. ii Youth services 7 p.m. The Unitarian Umversausts Or Comal County Sunday Service 10:30 am. and Religious Education for children 10:30 am. at the Senior Center, 655 Landa Sc. Wednesday Forums held at 7:30 p.m. at Faith UCC, 970 N. Loop 337 629-4262 www.ccuus.org The Lighthouse Fuu Gospel Church 134 Deborah Dr. New Braunfels, TX (Comer of Flwy 46 and Deborah Dr.) Sun. Services 10:30 am. ii 6 p.m. Sunday School 9:30 am. (830) 624-7464 Undy Church Or San Marcos 16870 N. State Hwy 123, San Marcos, TX 78666. (5i2) 392-5199. Sun. 9:30 am. Bible class. 11 am. Worship, Tues. 11 a m. Prayer services. Dw-A PRahr: 512-396-liFE (5433). Reverened Sondra Von Gvllenbad Umtv Gum Or htAcncAi OnsnAMn 408 Groove Rd., New Braunfels, IX DI 30 “Welcome Home1' 9J0 am. Adult Sunday School, 11 .OO am. Sundav Service ii Youth I. lasses www. I ’nitvNewBraunfekoig; RevTudofe*\ahoo.a>m. 830008-9515. Mrnisto Reverend Karen Tudor 611 N. Walnut Avenue New Braunfels, TX 78130 SiB (830) 625-7500 or HOPE HOSPICE (SOO) 499-7501 CARE AND COMFORT SINCE 1984 wvvw.l 1< (pel Ii Mpice.net SERVING N^W BRAUNFELS 8 CENTRAL TEXAS SINCE 1903 *7lte jbietfi Meen&Ual Co9mc. 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