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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels 211 Friends of Connie the New Braunfels accountant who was killed last week in a private air plane have established a memorial fund in the womans name to provide for her left financially drcined as a result of the Gustafson is survived by her husband and two a son in college and a daughter who is a freshman at Canyon High John a friend and coworker of said the memorial fund will be designated to help the Connie put herself through She and her husband both worked Paine adding that the woman had worked her way through college and was waiting to learn whether she had passed a test to become a certified public was killed 23 along with New Braunfels CPA James Mack while returning from in Mangums private The plane craslwnl in inclement weather about five miles east of Cherokee in San Saba Interested persons may make donations to the Connie Gustafson Memorial Fund at New Braunfels National Bank at 1000 N Walnut Paine said Die account will remain open for more than 30 She had a lot of friends here Paine He added that the family plans to arrange a local memorial service for Mrs Gustafson An organizational meeting if tin New Hraunfels Cajun Association will at at 1019 ReUey In in Sequin thfs will be a pot luck friends and Bring you favorite something most human beings wouldnt think of eating or would tx delighted if they had the mrve to try Call Jay Blanchard at or Judy landry at 6200240 for directions and such The New Hraunfels Cajun Association is open In anyone who isnt a coon ass as In case you didnt know there is a healthy contingent of Ixjuistanans pronounced loozee armunsi including Harry a Baton Rouge and others Our countys civil Mac has a considerable amount of tune and has ancestral roots in the southern part of the And in case you havent read Uw plaques at the quite a few folks from east of the Sabine River and west of the Mississippi slate line fought arid died for Texas Of rumor lias it there wen only a small number of native Texans at Die famed ami of them spoke much Knglish First and second grade students at Memorial Primary School are going to help all of you smokers do something positive quit On the eve of the Great American Smoke these nice young kids are going to tell us in letters to the editor why they wont lake up smoking based on what they know about this insidious Harold smokes like a chimney and he has been asked to lend support for the GASO being organized among McKenna Hospital We expect to have the letters in print or the newspaper 8 Harold agreed to participate in the Smoke but in retrospect will need to be hot Ued and placed in a sealed container where no 2A Well Wilkommen the mostly sunny weather forecast for this afternoon and Highs will be in the but bold on to your hats as winds will be souther ly around It will turn hauMtingly cloudy Satur day and the weather nan is holding to a prediction a silgtt chance o rain or M Friday October 25 Cents 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 5126259144 Two 22 Pages Willkommen zum Wurstfest A couple of quick bites through a few links of the pride of New and Wurstfest will begin this kicking off more than a week of enough cultural events and entertainment to keep even the most robust visitor on his toes and full of stomach As the saying it doesnt get any better than The ceremonies that officially open Wurstfest each year are as unique as the festival itself A fleet of barges will cruise up the Comal River at to day carrying a special delegation including dignitaries from the nation and even a foreign country New Braunfels is possibly the only small city in the world to have its own navy The local ap propriately dubbed the Wurst sets sail for one event each year the opening of Ad miral Bob Sohn said some very special people will be on board the schooners that make up the navy this year Once the river cruise is the real meaning of Wurstfest Dignitaries will gather on the Wurstfest Grounds and chomp their way through marking the start of the 27th Once the party theres no stopping the eating and ever popular Chicken Dancing that will continue each night through next Entertainment will go on until in tonight officially anyway Admission is free for the opening ceremonies that will take place along the banks of the Comal In a salute to area military U William commanding general of the Fifth and Gen John com manding general of the Air Training will be honorary fleet admirals during the river parade and opening ceremonies Their Barbara Scheider and Janelle Shaud also will be Burgermeisler Peter Schneider of Ger many will Join the cruise along with George New Braunfels Other special members o the Wurst Navy will in clude officers o the Wurstfesi Association Clinton and his Doris Brandt Friti president and his Cora Jane Wdsffe Benno vice and his Jan Eoflel Doyle inuuMUate patt and his Roxolin Krujpr M vice aad admiral of the his gloria Grosse Opa Carroll HpJiaftMB art his Helen Hoffmann and lumpi Wunifeais executive aej board wW be slate Edjuuod aaJ his Birdfe Kuempd Chamber of Com Photo by Deryl Clark merce President Jean Pfeuffer and her husband Judge Robert Pfeuffer and Tom ex ecutive vice president of the and his wife Bobbie Of any activity at Wurstfest includes so arriving aboard the Wurst Navy will be Myron performing at Wurstfest for his 20th consecutive and his Berdyne Ixxal tuba player Rennie Guenther will provide the and entertaing visitors on the Comal River banks during and after the arrival of the Wurst Navy will be the University of Texas under the direction of New Braunfels native Glenn Gemuetlichkeit begins The music is German but the food and the fun are for everyone The celebration that began as a tribute to at that time one o the citys major in has grown into one of the states most popular attracting more thaji visitors They come to sample a variety of fun and fellowship known to local German descendants as The MarktplaU on the Wurstlest grounds is filied with a wide variety of foods from traditional German and Mexican ethnic fare to more modern treats like frozen yogurt and funnel The food booths are run by local civic and service orfaniiations who use the funds generated at Wurstfest to develop community service Inside the a dance hall is seating or more than the oompah music stirs dancers to the The Chicken a longtime Wurstfest favorite which includes twisting and has roots in German folkdanc Two tents on the grounds provide a continuous variety of entertainment and a Biergarten is open to those who enjoy taking a break with a favorite Worst music the best Wurstfest has become known for its variety of fun and Visitors to this years festival will notice SOBW changes it cones to eatertain ment a new supersize Grosse Zdt or big tent The by Utfoot teat is jut outside the UvUpiati Md filled with Mtrow ID satisfy Mr taste buds and do a ttttlt at the tarn doom a variety of will takt their M Aim totht Sw willKOMttf tijp After meeting City considers alternative for garbage rates Sy DAVID MAY Staff Writer City officials this week are con sidering suggestions from apartment complex property owners concerning possible changes in garbage collec tion rates from commercial residen tial City Manager Joe Michie said the meeting on Tuesday with property managers and members of the ad visory committee and city officials was amicable and that both sides presented their concerns and sugges A second informal meeting is slated for early next week where Michie said he hopes a resolve will be We listened to the complaints and problems apartment owners were having and we expressed our situa said Michie We had a good exchange on both sides of the We are communicating City officials conceded earlier this week to discuss the effects and pro blems enforcement of residential sanitation collection rates had on complexes where because of tenant were forced to honor thousands of dollars worth of individual They contend they are commercial businesses and should be handled and billed as As many as eight complexes locally had organized last week in preparation of airing their Hallo weird grievances to City which was forestalled pending negotiations with city Apartment managers this week reportedly requested alternatives to provide them with temporary relief and suggested changes whereby apartments and mobile home parks would be charged an applicable mon thly dumpster rate based on service What we agreed to was to take their suggestions under study and see what we could work out said The city administrator said he hoped after next weeks meeting to prepare a recommendation for coun cil action at its next regular meeting scheduled for Michie said however he could not say what that recommendation may be and whether or not he would sug gest any changes be made in the cur rent effective Council in September approved new commer cial garbage rates designed to in crease revenues some Apartments or multl residential units have been classified as residen tial by were to have been charged per metered Discrepancies occurred over the course of several years as complexes would receive cityowned dumpsters and were then handled as commer cial The upon enact ment of the revised reverted See Page 2A Most kids think teachers are witches all the time so the teachers decided to show them what having a witch might reaHy be Les NBISD director of building and and Leslie public information judge spme jacko lanterns at Memorial Primary while teachers Kathy Carol Jose Munoz and Jean Schnautz left to right dress up for a Halloween skit for the little Photos by Deryl Clark   

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