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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas KIT MIUkfiLB COPY NEW BRAUNFELS FRIDAY September 2001 24 pages in 2 sections IU 3VWIH HERALDZEITUNG TT 263 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents Students share their thoughts on tragedy in words and 8A Churches plan services today candlelight vigil scheduled New Yorkers dig through rubble in search investiga tors find black Americans rally together A Prayer for Healing National Day of The Jon First United Methodist Church Almighty the source of all life and hope and peace We come to you today in a time of personal and presence as we faithful in this time of Our hearts ache because of the great evil which has come upon our We feel angry and even vengeful in the face of the evil of Help us replace our insecurity and fear with the knowledge that you are with us and the courage which come from faith in us replace our pain with the balm of your healing Help us replace our anger with the kind of love you show us in your And help us replace our desired for vengeance with an assurance of your eternal those innocents who killed and for those who hurt the the those who have lost loved and those who are enduring the agony of not knowing the fate of their loved Let them feel the com fort of your presence in their suf We also pray for those coura geous and faithful men and women involved in the rescue and recovery Give them the faith and courage to do their jobs with the assurance that you are with We also pray for who have lost a sense of trust and that we may gain a heart of grace and dis We pray today for the leaders of nation our president and his our Congress and our military leaders and I Give them the wisdom and courage they need to make just decisions and to carry them out with mercy We pray for your kind of J peace that is filled with your grace and And help us to remember that we are not that we fan depend on your love and today and Hear our prayer in the name of I our Lord and AI Football fans to show their patriotism CHRIS Fern Finer prays Thursday night at the Unity Church Of Practical Christianity on Comal Street during a prayer The church will be open for prayer all day today in response to a request by President Bush calling for a national day of prayer and BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer Almost every high school has some sort of ceremony planned to show their patri otic spirit in the face of ter rorist attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Some schools planned a small reminder a moment of silence at the beginning of tonights foot ball At least one school plans more elaborate shows of their At Canyon High the student council plans to lead a moment of reflection while the band plays Forthe first brand new Air Force JROTC stu dents will present the Its the first time theyve presented the because the program is so spokeswoman Kari Hutchison After theyll present the colors at every but this of has special poignan Canyon plays Dripping Springs High School at their home The game begins at Get your flag in todays paper Todays HeraldZeitung includes an American flag so readers can show their support for the United Readers are encouraged to take their flags with them to todays high school football games to display during patriotic songs and Printed on the back of the flag are lyrics to patri otic which will be performed at the At Smithson Valley High the mood will be more somber as a soloist sings the StarSpangled Banner and the JROTC students present the See Americans urged to pray for their country today BY BETTY TAYLOR Features Editor Americans take another step in the heal ing process today by participating in a national day of prayer and as declared by President Bush declared Friday a national day of prayer and remembrance and asked Americans to spend their lunch breaks Friday taking part in services at their cho sen places of said White House spokesman Ari Responding to the call from what one church associate called an open letter from President several New Braunfels churches are hosting special services today or keeping their sanctuaries open for indi vidual At least four churches are hosting special noon services as part of the At First Protestant 172 Coll a service of prayer and remembrance will take place at noon and will be open to the A public noon service also will take place at New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 Howard A special mass will take place at at Holy Family Catholic 245 Peter and Paul Catholic 386 Castell also will host a noon As we are learning not only how to but to the Daryl Higgins of First Protestant Church Higgins said the services at the church on Friday and Sunday will be both patriotic See Analysts like can withstand terrors test BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer Financial experts believe the attack on the World Trade Center was an attack on the countrys most visible symbol of financial they that attack wont have a longterm impact on the economy or the stock In New Mary Cunningham opened her office for part of the day A financial ana lyst for Edward Cunningham helps people put together stock Since the the New York Stock Exchange and the American Stock Exchange have been and shes waited to reopen her When the stock market closed it was because there were no policies in place to protect it from she Now we have those so this event shouldnt harm it per The financial markets CUNNINGHAM Taste of Home cooks up big crowd FROM STAFF REPORTS Cooking whiz Margaret McCutcheon whipped up Sea It Disappear Shrimp Toasted Smores Bars and Savory Vegetable Ribolitta for a soldout crowd at Thursdays Taste of Home Cooking at the New Braunfels Civic A crowd of about flocked to the center to see the popular Some ticketholders showed up two hours before the show The cooking which is associated with three national food maga zines Taste of Quick Cooking and Light Tasty of was presented by the New Braunfels Sponsors of the event included Roger Beasley Aarons Rentals and Omas New Braunfels is one of only 250 locations across the nation selected for the 2001 Taste of Home Cooking School Audience members received free cookbooks and gift bags containing items from the shows various and door prizes were awarded during the Margaret McCutcheon of the Taste of Home Cooking School shows off one of the dishes she prepared for a soldout crowd at the Civic Center Thursday JESSIE Zeitung INSIDE Abby 7A Classifieds Comics 9A Crossword 7A Forum 6A 4A Movies 7A Obituaries 3A Sports Today 2A Key Code ;