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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas V NOVEMBER i UNO SPORTS ONE TO GO New Braunfels advances to the championship match in Class 4A team tennis state Page 8A CHURCH NEW LOOK Local church gets a new per spective on Middle East clashes after hearing first hand Page 7A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 298 18 2 sections CLICK Partly Cloudy High Low 87 63 Details 1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS M COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 8A TV GRIDS 3B THE FIRST TO BE WURST lOIMVS CVBMTB Sewn Dutchmen Orchestra RmontheMountain Clogflers 4 Jodie Mikula Orchestra Utf I Fishermen OrcnBStrfl Bigfont Alpenfest I Comal Community Band A MeixnerTrio Die Frtihlfche Dorfmusik 5 Alpenfest Shiner Hobo Band Al MeixnerTrio Die Frtihliche Dorfmusik 10 Al MeixnerTrio Die Frohliche Dorfmusik DMKMrwZatt TIM Utttolhnt Kerry MasterYodeler Terry Cavanagh Alpine Express Ed Kadlecek the1 Fun Bunch 3 Kerry MasterYodeler Walburg Boys Kerry MasterYodeler 6 Terry Cavanagh Alpine Express Dujka Brothers Walburg Boys Dujka Brothers II Walburg Boys Midnight Dujka Brothers Gator the Clown i EVWIUI 8 Wurst 5 Mile Park Dance Slab 8 Wurst Poker Braunfels Cycle Country Bicycle ClassicRecreationalTour 8 Wurstfest Mrfirt 8 pirn Wurst Ride in i 9 Open Peter Paul Catholic Church 10 SkatToumament Intemational Haus Wurst Cross 2005 Bicycle Bend Park I Tour of Conservation Plaza The SophienburgNew Braunfels Archives Museum of History 10 Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 Art Stein Parade Sneak Braunfels Art League Gallery1 10 Heritage Arts 8t Crafts Center 10 TheWuret Craft Show Sale Braunfels Utilities Parking Lot Photos by MANDY Waiting Wurstfesters filter their way through Gate 3 to be the first ones into the festival Amanda andTaylor became one of the first to purchase a funnel cake from Donna Theres something for everyone as Wurstfest opens By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Anna Margaret Alexander was the first person to walk through the Wurstfest gates when they opened The 93yearold New Braunfels native certainly was an appropriate choice to christen the 45th salute to Ive been coming here ever since it she While other people in the first group through the gates headed straight for the food Alexander said all she wanted to do was listen to the music and think about her He died about eight years she He loved As soon as the gates Alexander walked slowly and careful KNOW El Wurstfest pumps more than mil lion into the local economy each ly toward Winter Texans Sharon from and LaRene from walked right up to the beer i This is my 12th year at Bruckschen Im here for the music and the So was Freddie the first per son to purchase a kartoffel puffer from the Bracken Volunteer Fire See Page 3A CL water members to vote today By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Members will decide today whether to sell Canyon Lake Water Supply to a Cali fornia company for mil CLWSC spokesman Robert Case said the open to the members of the countys secondlargest water would take place at 1 today in the cafeteria at Moun tain Valley School in We expect the voting to take about two Case said Member voters will be asked to vote yes or no on whether to authorize the CLWSC board to sell the utility to San Jose Water and whether to approve a change in the bylaws that would allow the new company to pay million to members provid ing each with the approximate equivalent of one years Under terms of the proposed unanimously sup ported by the CLWSC San Jose Water will retire million in CLWSC debt and set up a Texas Canyon Lake Water Supply to operate the CLWSC began operating as a memberowned nonprofit util ity in 1994 after consolidating 46 separate ground water sys In the years the com panys more than 50 wells have been joined by two surface water treatment plants at Canyon It serves connections and a population of people in a 390 squaremile area around Canyon Lake in Comal and southern Blanco For Wurst Bowl is about much more than football By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer Her friends called her a traitor and her choice divided her But Tammy Palmer cant help Shes a Canyon High School even if her blood is Uni Weve been at Canyon four years said a 1988 graduate of New Braunfels High My brother will call up and give us a hard theres still a rivalry in the Mary Lopez said her alle giance is also torn between Canyon and New She sat with the Unicorns during Fri days Wurst but Lopez wore a red Canyon photo button that stood out like a sore My Jimmy plays football for New Braunfels and my nieces Jacob Galle plays for she pointing out her two favorite players on the photo Cynthia who works for Canyon but lives in New Braunfels said she and Lopez can simply cheer the whole game because they like both SEE MORE See all the details about Canyons 4221 victory over New Braunfels in Page 8A This is all for she Thats the good thing about a small town we all know each While fans from both teams had reason to Canyon fans got the last laugh as die Cougars won Palmer said she has no regrets about cheering for Canyon dur ing the Wurst She and her Steve were decked out in red to see their three a is a varsity a plays varsity football and a dances I have to race to the other side at halftime so I can see Mari ana dance and Catrina gets mad if I miss her she I am so proud of all three of New Braunfels fan Jana Mal ish said she would be doing most of her cheering at when her played clarinet with the marching I can always pick him out MANDY Oneyearold Gabriela Martinez shows her school spirit dur ing the Wurst Bowl in Unicorn Stadium Friday when I see him on the field because I know where he stands and how he she Malish said she spends a lot of time cleaning chauf feuring band kids and volunteer ing but believes it is all worth while for a group her son Randy whos son Jor dan plays varsity football for said he has also put in a lot of volunteer time since becom ing a football now a started off with flag football and has been on the Canyon team since middle See Page 6A Rivalry takes a back seat in Pakistan By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Kenneth DAlfonso j has spent the last four weeks i battling jihadists in Pakistan I without ever firing a j Instead of using guns to j defend his the airj man is killing militant antii Americanism with j DAlfonso is one of himI dreds of airmen and two j New Braunfelsers who flew j to Islamabad less than a I week after an earthquake ratj tied the region and left thouI sands of people in desperate j need of I Pakistani officials set aside their hesitation about Amerj ican troops operating on their soil and accepted the militarys turning the 818th Contingency Response Group into some of the most important ambassadors in recent This is a way for people to see us being gener compassionate and DAlfonso told the HeraldZeitung via satellite phone See Page 2A DID YOU KNOW Since arriving in Pakistan the United States Air Force has processed boxes of food S3 boxes of 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