New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 4, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 04, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 4, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas E3&S7 mfW CD,nAY NOVEMBER 4,2005 we ald-Zeitung SPORTS STILL ALIVE Canyon, New Braunfels volleyball team reach regional semifinals after convincing victories. Page 6A COUPON GET IN FREE Get one free admission to Wurstfest with a valuable coupon in today's Herald-Zeitung. Page 2A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852. Vol. 154, No. 297 14 pages, 2 sections 500 herald-zeitung.com 56825 00001 Sunny High Low 85 62 Details .... 1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 3B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS BA TV GRIDS 3B .. T. . b . , * t’.wi. a I ll TK v‘ £• ISM ’ H SS / iM ICA ILil WURSTFEST 2005Celebration offers more than just sausage By Ron Maloney Staff Writer “Weird Al” Yankovic only wishes he was the wildest guy on the planet to play the accordion. “Eat It,” “I love Rocky Road” and “My Bologna" can’t even begin to touch “The Wurstfest Rap” or “We Will, We Will, Boom-bas,” which sounds an awful lot like the rock band, Queens anthem, “We Will, We Will, Rock You,” written by Al Meixn-er and his son, Alex. The Meixners are two-thirds of the Al Meixner Trio, which arrived in New Braunfels Thursday for their seventh Wurstfest. “When you’re down once for Wurstfest, you want to be down again,” Al said. The Meixners, from Allentown, Pa., play Central and Eastern European folk music in 11 different languages. “And we understand every one,” Al joked Thursday afternoon, just about 24 hours before his band goes on stage in the big tent at 7:30 p.m. tonight, where they will premiere their new CD, “Off the Wall,” which includes the rap tribute to Wurstfest. Wurstfest begins at 4 p.m. and See WURSTFEST Page 5A NB tennis team keeps it all in the family, eyes state title By Will Wright Sports Editor Next year, when he’s a senior at New Braunfels, I lenson Adams will bequeath his alma mater a very special gift. An Adams likely will be playing tennis for the Unicorns until the year 2017. “We all play tennis," said Henson, a 16-year-old junior on the Unicorns team that today will play Wichita Falls in a Class 4A state semifinal in Austin. Today, Henson will be joined by his sister, Alex, a freshman, on a team that boasts five sets of siblings. There are the I {endues — senior EJ. and brother lake, a sophomore. There are the Turpins, junior Rusty and sister Ashley, a sophomore. There are the Hulls — senior See TENNIS Page 3A HERE'S A $20! iUUJIMJUMUUThe Uptown Piano Bar is the place for Birthday Parties and Anniversaries Prince Soims inn 295 £. San Antor.ro 830-620 7000 mmmwmwmmwm CANYON VS. ■ WHEN: 7:30 p.m. today m WHERE: Unicorn Stadium M TICKETS: Advance tickets are $6 for adults and $2 for students at Canyon and New Braunfels high schools. Tickets may be purchased today from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at NBHS and from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at CHS.Tickets at the gate will be $6 for adults and $3 for students. GIVING IT ALL THEY HAVE Rivalry means just as much to junior varsity teams Three injured in head-on accident By Jarred Dunn Correspondent Even before the game started, Ion Swick had his camcorder set up and ready to go in the sea of red Canyon football fans. The junior varsity Canyon Cougars were meeting archrival New Braunfels for the District 27-4A district title, and Swick did not want to miss a minute of his son, Todd, playing for the Cougars in front of several hundred raucous fans. Swick and his wife, Shari, were treated to a 14-7 Canyon win, with Todd playing a part in the championship game. “I just got this new camera, so I had to get it out,” Jon Swick said. “This will be Todd’s first season to go undefeated with a team.” Todd Swick, a tight end, has played football since he was 7 years old. “Football is Todd’s passion.” his dad said. “I know it was hard last year for him, moving down here and being the new guy. Football’s always been there for him since he was a kid.” Fellow Cougars fan Tony Walluk was also there to watch his son, Seth, play. He pointed to the boisterous fans all around him as he waited for the game to begin. “Fan support is the best — these people are nuts,” Walluk said. “These people have been New Braunfelsers for probably their entire life. Most of them went to school here, and their friends went to school here. They’re what you call rabid fans. They give the team a lot of support, so it’s real exciting to sit here in the midst of all this.” By David Rupkalvis News Editor Three people were airlifted to a San Antonio hospital, one after running from police for more than a mile, after a head-on accident at the intersection of County Line Road and FM 725 late Thursday. New Braunfels Police Department Sgt. Scott Lange said the accident happened around 9:30 pm, when a gold Toyota 4Run-ner driving down FM 725 passed a car in the right lane and ran a red light, colliding headon with a Chrysler PT Cruiser that was turning left from County Line Road onto FM 725. The force of the accident threw both vehicles through the intersection with the 4Run-ner coming to a stop approximately IOO feet from the site of the collision. The PT Cruiser was thrown into a ditch, coming to a stop against an embankment. Lange said witnesses said the driver of the 4Runner got out of the vehicle and sat down on the pavement to wait for help. When officers began to arrive, the man fled into the fields nearby. Police called in a search dog to track the man. After following the scent for more than a mile, police finally caught up with the driver. Because of injuries sustained during the wreck, die man was airlifted to San Antonio. The two people in the PT Cruiser were trapped in their vehicle and had to wait while New Braunfels firefighters and paramedics used the jaws of life to tear open the driver’s side doors. The two people were airlifted to the hospital. Their identities and conditions were not available late Thursday. Lange said the investigation into the accident is continuing. For complete details, see Saturday’s edition of the Herald-Zeitung. MANDY REARY/HeraId-Zeitung Firefighters and paramedics work to free a woman trapped in her vehicle after a head-on accident late Thursday. Food Network has $40 A Day; the Herald-Zeitung has $20 A Day at Wurstfest. We need your help in finding out the best way to spend $20 on eats and drinks. Interested? E-mail Managing Editor Jeremy Pafford at jpafford(§>herald-zeitung.com. Flood control dam hits snag, other projects delayed By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Commissioners learned Thursday that Comal County’s Hood control project could be threatened by an engineering setback — and could face further financial problems if a rollback election were successful. A rollback also would derail work connected with the courthouse restoration project and limit the county’s ability to borrow money, County Judge Danny Scheel said. The rollback effort, mounted in October by Comal County newspaper publisher Doug Kirk after county commissioners exceeded the rollback tax ceiling in seeking a 2-cent increase in the county’s property tax rate, requires 4,500 valid petition signatures by Dec. 14. As of Thursday, Kirk said he had just reached 1,000 signatures. Also Thursday, Precinct 3 Commissioner See DELAYED Page 3A Photos by DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung Canyon junior varsity players Cordell Herber, left, Isaiah Perez, Walter Dirks and Kenneth Warmke react to a Cougar touchdown on the sidelines. Below, New Braunfels JV coach Randy Walker gives his team a pep talk before the start of their game against Canyon Thursday night. On the other end of the field, the New Braunfels Unicorns faithful stood up, as they do every time, for the opening kickoff . The swath See RIVALRY Page 2A ;

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