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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Kfti W W4b WURST Some days are meant for Others are meant for When they you nftake the most of Page IB SPORTS ONE DOWN f f The New Braunfels and Canyon 1 volleyball teams stay alive in overthenet playoff action Tuesday Page 5A 14 2 sections CLICK j since I DEARABBY 4ft I COMICS cloudy i High Low I AWLAltefe i Illllllfllflillff i SPORTS j fig I 38 4A S4A iFROiviTand CENTER more Despite director lauds By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Local high school bands came back to New Braunfels with pride Tuesday but without a win at the 2003 UIL state com V We did make but the kids did an said Walt Spark Canyon High School band His band ranked 20 of 22 bands com peting at the Alamodome more This year was Canyons first year to qualify for state NewBraunfels High School also made the cut and traveled but fell of the top seven ranking that would have put them Representatives from NBHS could not reached for and Bren ham high schools qualified for the The CHS and NBHS bands were two of five regional bands to qualify for the area contest after the Region Gonfest in San Antonio last They advanced again from among 12 Texas area schools that competed in Cougar Stadium last The two bands have been cheering each other on during each of the The 4A bands wont compete again at the state level until finalists were announcement TXiesdaypghtttheCHSbandstayedtowatch the finals and cheer for the other ipparknian gaidi the behavior of the band members They for New Braunfels HighSchoW The composure and perform ance proved they bejonged among the best in the he Theyre fired up to eyen be Sparkman They rnade a dream of mine pome true BSD tax approved Kempert loses seat By Dylan Jim6nez and Ron Maloney Staff Writer NewBraunfels Independent School District vot ers elected Paul Ed Clark and Randy Rust in Tuesdays trustee and Canyon Lake vot ers approved a new sales Current atlarge trustee Deborah Kempert was voted I think the citizens said they need to see things and people need to be held accountable for tax dollars being said who received 37 per cent of votes for the atlarge Voters chose a local over Krista daughter of incumbent District 1 trustee John who had said she would like to continue her fathers ELECTION 2003 District 1 Scat Paul Fisher 188 votes Krista Haas 54 votes AMarge Seats Randy Rust 931 votes 813 votes Photos jy DAVIO Canyon High School band keyboardist Rafael petition at the At members of Veraza ywramtip drum Tuesday during the New Braunfels High School band the the state UIU com NBHS ranked 10th and Canyon placed i ID officials had to tighten the belt when it lost million in state I want to make sure out teachers get the supplies they need to teach our Clark Clark wants to consider centralizing fundraising dis trictwide to counter lost state Rust came away with 43 percent of votes cast and said he wanted to address budget issues I want to get in and look at the Rust See Page 3A Deborah Kempert 426 votes ESD Sales Tax Yes 819 votes No 383 votes Accordionist Ed Kadlececk fires yp his instru ment and ing a Tuesday night peiforrrf ange in Das gelt ThiUttteTent TNtfun baseo variety Accordions bellow the oompah in Wurstfest By Unfa As soon you enter the gates at you heaj that dis tinctive melody floating through Pearty aJoeaJ rausieiaw with national started playing the accordion some 58 years at ttie tender age qf Her interest bwt bob yaw of music instrument Three years her accordion was ruined when her broth er left her prized session in his car the windows down on a rainy she stopped playing yauf as the tfig was first sparked during a stay at her uncles farm one WURSTFEST for s period only to pick the work was It up much later at the age of and accordion and played she tot to a new level whjch led to was just flsetoated by hef fymms tor own l started the Qma and the 23 years she accordion from a mailorder cat alog and she soon mastered die See OOMPAH Page 3A socor dton comes from the German word which means hirmjjny er te te in tjyine clions have their roftte in Italy immigrants in ijbi Sidy aiwap worliiiglor you
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