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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Saturday, March 5, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A  VHP  ZJt  lulu  MATTRESS SIT  fïTYi  15125 h35 Monti    311 Spencer tiw  Selma TX 78154 San Antonio TI78201 210731.6286    210.731.6217  11 MHa norm ol Imp 16041 (1 Mile inside leap 4101  FAÜH1 TO MARKET  Heart of Texas Cremations  SATURDAY  CREEKSIDE cinemas  214 CREEKSIDE WAV I NEW BRAUNFELS. TX 78150  * In Digital 3D    • Luxury Stadium Seating  Texhnology    •Avoid    Box Office Lines   !  Uptharge he 30 Boom    w/fTi Print at Home Tickets  • 100% Digital    • Party Room Available  Visit CreeksideCinemas.fom for , showtimes and no on-line titketing fees  HI 9am ED I PM HI  Local Fresh Produce • Flowers Cheese • Meats • Seafood Jams • Jellies • Arts.... Much More  FREE ZUMBA CLASS  SAI U ivi ì V. 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Two of her finest attributes were her  Hotshot’s Reunion and Fish Fry set April 8 in Seguin  unselfishness and unwavering compassion towards everyone she knew.  Vicki was a graduate of New Braunfels High School where she was an avid swimmer for the Unicorn Swim learn as well as being a proud Unicom Cheerleader through her high school years. Vicki possessed very fond memories of her younger years spending time working for the family business Of Bossy, where she met the love of her life of 35 years. Virgil.  During the recent years, Vicki loved to travel with her family, spend time outdoors and cooking.  She was preceded in death by her loving father john Gould Hill.  She is survived by her husband, VirgilTschoepe; daughters, April Tschoepe-Grigg and Dallas Tschoepe-Ott along with their husbands Heath Grigg and Bryan Ott; her precious grandsons Bradley Ott,  Mona Faye (Duncan) Pittman  Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Mona Faye Pittman.  Mrs. Pittman was horn on July 10, 1962 and died on March 2, 2011 at age 48.  Visitation will be held on Tuesday, March 8,2011 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Zoeller  Dylan Ott, Kolton Grigg and Kody Ott and her precious granddaughter Emery Grigg; her mother, Dorothy Barnes Davis; brothers Johnny Hill and wife Marcia and James “Jim" Hill and wife Becky; along with numerous nieces and nephews. Vicki will be greatly missed by ail of her family and many wonderful friends.  Memorial Services will be held at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 7, 2011 at Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home Chapel in New Braunfels. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations to; The American Cancer Society or New Braunfels Hope Hospice. Arrangements are with:  ©  Doeppenschmidt  FUNERAL flOMF NEW BRAUNFELS 830-625-3434  Funeral Home. A Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, March 9,2011 at 10:30 a. m. at the First Baptist Church in Bulverde.  ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME  Funerals & Cremations  J)ignity  615 Linda, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349  Fern Alta Smith  Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Fern Alta Smith.  Ms. Smith died in New Braunfels at the age of 87.  There will be a Graveside Service at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park on Monday, March 7, 2011 at I p. m. fol-  By Greg Bowen  The Herald-Zeitung  District Judge Charles Ramsay has ruled that he has jurisdiction to hear the legal battle that has arisen over the city’s South Tributary Flood Control Project.  Assistant City Attorney Paul Isham said the city is considering appealing the judge’s ruling to the 3rd Court of Appeals in Austin.  The question of whether Ramsay’s New Braunfels court has jurisdiction, or the legal authority to hear the case, was raised by the city, which claimed that, as a governmental entity, it enjoyed immunity from the lawsuit.  The suit was filed Nov. 3 by Carowest Land Inc., which is now completing the eastern leg of the $4.37 million drainage project. Defendants are the city and its project contractor, Yan-tis Co. of San Antonio.  Carowest, which is owned in part by the Weston family of New Braunfels, is asking the court to rule it doesn’t have to pay the estimated more than $250,000 in delay damages being sought from the city by Yantis. The city’s position is that Carowest is contractually obligated to pay those damages.  The city had sought to have City Manager Mike Morrison granted immunity from being called as a witness, a request  lowed by a Memorial Service, also on Monday, March 7, 2011 at 2 p. m. at the Eden Hills Chapel.  ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME  Funerals & Cremations  ¡Pt  Dignity  615 Linda, New' Braunfels (830) 625-2349  the judge also overruled.  “We weren’t trying to keep him out of the discussion,” Isham said. "We were saying that the plea to the jurisdiction could be decided by the court without the necessity of Mike Morrison testifying.”  Isham said it is likely, if the case is not settled out of court, that Morrison would be asked to give a deposition and to testify as a witness.  Yantis began work on the city’s South 1 rib project in January 2(X)9.  Carowest owns the former Owens C hming plant site over which the easternmost portion of the project stretches. In September 2009, the city agreed to remove that portion from Yan-ta’s contract and to give Carowest control over construction there, according to the suit.  Along the way, Carowest agreed to pay claims that might be brought against the city by Yantis, and Yantis agreed not to seek additional compensation for delays resulting from Can jw-est’s involvement.  But in July 2010, Yantis filed a claim with the city seeking “delay damages” related to the project on the Carowest property. The city then submitted Yantis’ claim to Carowest and demanded Carowest pay to settle the claim. Carowest is asking the court to rule that Yantis has no right to damages.  SEGUIN — Hotshot's is returning to Guadalupe County.  Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a "Hotshot’s Reunion and Fish Fry” on April 8 at the Starcke Park Hast pavilion.  The original owners of Hotshot’s Frazar's Uikeview Camp — Hileen "G.G." Silvia and Michael and Kerry Frazar — are working with the organization to ensure that all of the recipes are the same.  Bad weather won’t stop the party because the slogan for the event is “Come Rain or Shine, It’s Fish Fry Time!” During the fish fry, the Chamber will be serving up Hotshot’s original cod fish, along with the famous green bean salad and coleslaw.  Eileen and the Frazars, along with a host of family and friends, will reminisce about (he fond memories that came with the Friday night Fish fry — the busiest night of the week, said Deana Henk, Seguin Chamber member and event co-chairman.  “Many fond memories began around a great meal and spending time with family and friends. We wanted to relive these memories, celebrate the Silvia and Frazar families, and thank them for all they did for the community.”  As guests mingle and enjoy dinner, musical entertainment will be provided by Two-Way Street and special guests from 6-10 p.m.  Word of the event has generated a buzz around the community, said board chairman Neice Bell. “Everyone we have talked  IF YOU GO  What: Hotshot's Reunion and Fish Fry  When: 5-10 p.m. April 8 Where: Big Pavhion in Starcke Park East  Tickets: Tickets are $10 per plate You should know: Guests can either eat there or pick up their plates and take them home  to about the reunion is excited and we expect it will be huge event,” she said. “We are excited to see this tradition come back and glad that the Chamber could be a part of it.”  The reunion will he 5-10 p.m. April 8 at the Big Pavilion in Starcke Park East. Tickets are $10 per plate. Guests can either eat there or pick up their plates and take them home.  “We encourage everybody to purchase tickets early because we are going to have a limited amount available on the day of the event," Henk said.  Tickets are available at the Seguin Chamber, from any Chamber board member, the Seguin Gazette Enterprise, KWED and You’re So Crafty.  Hotshot’s Friday night fish fry was established in 1949 by Winfred “Hotshot” and Kllen Hartman. Phil and Eileen Silvia bought the business in 1973. Eileen’s daughter and son-in-law, Kerry and Michael Frazar took the reins from the Silvias and ran the restaurant from 1994 until October 1998.  For information or tickets, contact the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce, 116 N. Camp St., Seguin, TX, 78155; (830) 379-6382; or  www.seguinchamher.com .  Helen Josephine Hunter  Funeral arrangements are pending for Helen J. Hunter at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Ms. Hunter died in New Braunfels on March 3,2011, at the age of 67.  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