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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Friday April HeraldZeitung 3 Obituaries Arthur T Katt Arthur Addie T Katt age 34 of Cibolo died Wednesday April 19 1995 at the Village Oaks Medical Cen ter He was born Jan 9 1911 in Guadalupe County to Ernest and Alma Wetz Katt He married Linda Haecker on Nov in Guadalupe Coun ty He was a lifelong resident of the Cibolo area where he farmed and ranched He was a member of the St Paul United Church of Christ in Cibo lo since 1944 a lifetime member of the Cibolo Volunteer Fireman Associ ation lifetime member of the Cibolo Bowling Club the Germania Schuet zen Verein the Texas Farm Bureau lifetime member of the Cibolo Her mann Sons Lodge and his pride and joy the State SKAT Association He served as trustee of the Lower Val ley School for 18 years He worked and served on the committee forthe Guadalupe County ASCS for 21 years and he served as substitute mail carri er for 18 years for the Cibolo rural route He is survived by his wife Linda F Katt of Cibolo daughters and sons inlaw Dorothy Dolly and Rich Attkisson of San Antonio Sylvia Bat sy and Bobby SeilerofSan Antonio and Viola Bootsy and Frank Nor wood of Abilene grandchildren Karen A Johnson and her husband David Keith R Williams and his wife Joane Rodney J Seiler Brian W Seiler and his wife Kristina Scott A Seiler and his wife Charlotte Kenneth P Nor wood Cynthia Cindy Hubler and her husband Parley 4 greatgranddaugh ters and numerous nieces and nephews Mr Katt was preceded in death by his parents Ernest and Alma Katt and three brothers Erwin Edwin and Roman Katt Funeral services are Friday April 21 1995 at 3 at the St Paul Unit ed Church of Christ in Cibolo with Rev Dennis Brayman officiating Inter ment will follow in the Guadalupe Val ley Memorial Park Serving as pallbearers will be Keith R Williams Rodney J Seiler Brian W Seiler Kenneth P Norwood Scott A Seiler and Ray Katt Honorary pall bearers are his SKAT playing buddiesT Memorials may be made to the St Paul United Church of Christ in Cibo lo the American Heart Association the American Diabetes Association or to the charity of ones choice Jo Ann Simmons Jo Ann Simmons of New Braun fels passed away Thursday April 20 1995 at San Antonio Regional Hospi tal in San Antonio at the age of 62 She was bom July 7 1932 in Weimar Texas to Emil and Evelyn Taylor Schindler and married Aubrey F Sim mons in Dallas on Sept 27 1975 A resident of New Braunfels she was a school teacher and a member of the First United Methodist Church mem ber of the Garden Club and a member of the United Methodist Church Deb orah Circle Survivors include her husband Aubrey F Simmons of New Braun fels a daughter Janet Clevenger of Flower Mound two sons Brian Sim mons of New Braunfcls and Jim Whitley of Crowley Texas Funeral services will be held Satur day April 22 1995 at 1 at the Zocller Funeral Home with Rev Fred Martin officiating Interment will fol low at Weimar Masonic Cemetery at Sheriffs Report The following burglaries were reported to the Comal County Sheriffs Department Burglary of Habitation 1115 Lone Oak New Braunfels 41395 TV VCR Dep James Grunder Burglary of Habitation 8004 Silver Wings Spring Branch 41295 amount unknown Dep John Bell Burglary of Habitation HC 2 Box 277 Canyon Lake 41095 Misc Items amount unknown Dep Tommy Ward Burglary of Building Blue Pelican Restaurant Canyon Lake Marina 410 to 412 case of beer attempted cash registar breakin Sheriffs Department deputies made the following arrests Bret Johnson Smokey Mountain Trail Bulverde 41295 FM 1863 and Krueger Canyon Possession of Marijuana Dep Kever Rowcliffe John Rozycki 17 Universal City 41495 FM 1103 and 135 Warrant for Burglary of Motor Vehicle out of Comal County CourtatLaw Roberto Gomez 38 San Antonio 41595 Solms Rd and 135 Driving with license sus pended Charles Denk 36 2090 Yorkcastle Bulverde 41695 at residence warrant to revoke pro bation for DWI out of Ward Co Jeanette Powell 38 Cedar Bluff Camp River 41795 at FM 2673 and River Possession of illegal dagger Sgt Don Reynolds Carol Cousins 33 HCR 4 Canyon Lake 41795 FM 2673 and River warrant for traffic violations from Kinney Co Sgt Don Reynolds Cory Stephens 25 San Antonio at Northpark Canyon Lake driving with license sus pended and two traffic violations Dep Eddie Luna Jay Glenwinkle 25 San Antonio 41395 at Beck warrant out of district court to revoke probation for robbery Dep Ronnie Womack Rudy Jimenez 21 San Antonio at Landa Park possession of marijuana over two ounces Dep Brent Paullus Hymen Lopez 21 San Antonio 41695 at Landa Park possession of marijuana over two ounces Bush signs tort reform law limiting damages AUSTIN AP Gov George W Bush has taken the first step toward fulfilling his campaign promise of lawsuit reform signing a key bill to limit money injured Texans can receive from individuals or companies pun ished for wrongdoing Bush said Thursday after signing the bill limiting punitive damages the corner stone in a package of bills expected to be sent from the Legislature to his desk Lawsuit reform limiting damages crack ing down on frivolous suits and other measures was a key campaign pledge the Republican governor made last fall It is with great pleasure that I sign a cap on punitive damages that will add certainty to the business climate and make the law more accessible and fair to Texas Bush said Consumer advocacy groups however said the new law is unnecessary and will pro tect wrongdoers Tim Curtis of Texas Citi zen Action called it a slap in the face to consumers County adopts new rules for Canyon Lake boat ramps By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer The Commissioners Court passed a resolution adopting new Water Safety Rules for ramps and docks at Canyon Lake The main focus of the new rules centers on wake zones of 200 feet or more around the docks and certain coves Slower speeds will be required and diving is prohibited there Swim ming is also prohibited off the docks and ramps The rules must still be adopted by the GuadalupeBlanco River Authori ty which is expected to do so County Attorney Nathan Rheinlan der said the only changes authored in the final public hearing included extending the zone at Tom Creek in addition to special zones already estab lished at Rebecca Creek Turkey Cove and Canyon Springs at Thur Jam Nite Host Outlaw Hecr SI 75 Drinks MimThur Canyon Lake BiKini Contest 1st prize tab 2nd prize Wed Nite 5 entries for contest Hwy 306 FM 2673 ROCKNROLL IDONT KNOW WHAT I WANT TO DO BUT I KNOW THAT IM NOT DOING IT SOUND FAMILIAR WE CAN HELP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS STUDENT ADULTS THINKING OF A CAREER CHANGE iNirmm Fn MUNJJJMINI 2106080033 Happy i50th New Braunfels 133 Landa Street If O U GREAT FOOD FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Old World Favorites Traditional American Fantastic Desserts Seniors and Childrens Menu Es schmecfct gut11 OMAS r ft HAUS RESTAURANT Open Everyday JUST OFF IH 35 EXIT 189 ON HIGHWAY 46 210 6253280 TnuOUUri Dance tUB Fit April 21 Tiylir Tbi Sw Night April 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