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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas is tcMdutod to we are doing is a tota Kennedy said of the marina whkh is undergoing extensive reno for its late May grand reopen i Kennedy who bought the marina in late February said there will be majoi inyiovements in safety service and at the former Blue Pelkan Restau CHCOT I rail of steel wafon Kennedy Mid We needed that u rrtvety but we also did that for safety We M that for stream and The total outside So I got the idea of cutting tt up aW making it into a bar We put a copper top on it and repainted it and named it the SS Unsinkable It is Tto most important improvements wiU be made hi the dock area to make nsarer tor patrons We are widening the main wiicwry from the shoreline to E Dock the fur thest Kennedy said We are putting in a whole new electrical sys tem upgrading it up to the national safety It will have a stronger cavity to carry electrical lines In the dock will ride better and be Obituaries Ramon OL SMMI Sr Ramon G Saenz age 76 of New Brauhfels died Monday May 13 1996 in San Antonio A rosary will be recited Wednesday at 7 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel Funer al mass is scheduled for Thursday at noon at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev Stanley Soria cele brant Burial will follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Vis itation will begin after 3 Tues day at the Zoeller Funeral Home by MICHAEL DARNAU a month Norma Kohlenberg Bulgerin of New Braunfels died Monday May at Eden Home at the age of 89 years She was bom March in New Braunfels to Emil Kohlenberg and Ida Zank Kohlenberg She married Her bert J Bulgerin June in New Braunfels He preceded her in death March 23 1979 A lifelong New Braunfels resident Mrs Bulgerin was a homemaker She was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ and a member of the Frauen daughter Shi 1 granddaughters Cyn thia Hoegenauer and husband Dwight of Cibolo arid Dehise Mays and hus band Kevin of New Braunfels four greatgrandchildren brother Herbert Kohlenberg and wife Gerda of New Braunfels sister Alma Oppermann of New Braunfels sisterinlaw Grace Kohlenberg of Austin nieces nephews and friends 1 Funeral services will be Wednes day May 15 at 10 at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev Richard Carse officiating Burial will be at the Guadalupe Valley Down by the dock area the ship stoic has been remodeled and ihe man nas offices have been moved from the Blue Pelican Restaurant which will now be renamed Papa Docks Can tina De La Marina to the dock to bet ter serve the boaters and the general Kennedy said General repair cleanups and refur Docppenschmidt Funeral Home Erwln H Erwin H Scheel of Waring passed away on Sunday May 12 at his resi dence at the age of 78 years Mr Erwin H Scheel is survived by a son and his spouse Gary and Diana Scheel of San Antonio a sister Roma Mrs Clarence Rheinlaender of New Braunfels sisterinlaw Mary Mrs Alvin Scheel of Larnesa Texas Funeral services for Erwin H Scheel will be held on Wednesday May 15 at 11 in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home in Com fort With the Rev Joel Slutstad offi ciating Graveside services and inter ment will be held at 1 in the Mission Park North Cemetery in San bishments will be done to each Kennedy said Kennedy said Papa Docks Will undergo a complete overhaul with additional indoor seating and a square foot outside deck planned The seating capacity will be 250 The entire atmosphere of the restau rant will be unique because of the Antonio For those who so desire you may make memorial contributions in his memory to the Family Hospice War ing Gethsemane Lutheran Church or to the charity of your choice Visitation for Erwin H Scheel will begin on Tuesday at 5 in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home in Comfort V Schaetter Funeral Home Comfort Spain Randall Ronnie Spain of Marion died Sunday May in Marion at the age of 50 He is survived by his wife bis Spain of Marion son Ronald L Spain of refurbished from old bam wood and metal all of which came ftbrn around Comal and Blanco counties and as far away as Durant The inside of the restaurant will fea ture items ftom the Old West old nau tical Hems old porcelain signs such as me original Canyon Lake Airport sign mounted Texas exotic animals and a bar made from a boat The bar was made from a boat in the marina which was here for approx imately 12 Kennedy said It was an old sailboat the mini bought 12 years ago to be his retirement pro ject Four yean ago he died The wid ow continued to pay his slip She couldnt part with it because it was his baby She quit paying the slip rent two years ago It had enormous willpower It wouldnt sink It had a will to live Marion daughter Kari Ramirez of Marion sister Patricia Scott of Seguin granddaughter Rita Ramirez of Marion and four nephews Funeral services will be Thursday May at at Goetz Memorial Chapel with the Rev James Witschorke officiating Pallbearers will be Philip Sierer P J Scott Robby Scott Larry Damerau Charlie Bill Chastain and Byron Ensey Honorary pallbearers will be the Marion Lions Club Interment will be at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at 1 Thursday Visitation will be at Goetz Funeral Home after 9 Tuesday Memori als may be given to the American Heart Association Goetz Funeral Home Seguin Native Designs and Consultation Perennials Herbs Native Plants 8t Bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons Proprietor 6089160 Daily hours MF 85 Sat 85 Sun 125 658 Landa Street Braunfels The Swiss Chalet Restaurant Elegant Dining Fondues Champagne Brunch Open 112 pin pm1 Opm Closed Mondays Call for reservations 9804396 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Road HBO turn Tuesday and continue until service time on Wednesday Memori als niay be given to the First Protestant Qnuch Eden Home or the charity of ones choice Kids 10 under eat EBEE from Childrens M0nu The Craft MonThur Call 6293311 For Pickup Window Prewntcd in WREMfflNG DRUGS AND ALCOHOL WITH SPECIAL AGENTS Dave Howell KMart Plaza 1050 IH 35 East Suite 500 New Braunfels 210 6204224 8005272380 Every year thousands of Nationwide Insurance agents go back to high school to get studentsinvolved iii The Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise A program that gives kids the chance to commit to an alcohol and drug free prom night And while teenagers and insurance agents have been known to disagree on issues of music and fashion there is one thing they can agree on The importance of having a safe prom Just ask the more than million students the program reached this yearalone Some students may never understand why anyone would volunteer to go back to school Fortunately for them though volunteering is something our agents feel strongly about And thats exactly what makes them special Dave is proud to sponsor Canyon High School New Braunfels High School and Smilhson Valley High School in the Prom Promise program Is a Registered Federal Service Mark ol Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Everyone Qualifies Its the Law CREDIT NEEDED Also known Consolidation or Wage Earner Plan Ejoroplei Unsecured debts Taxes per month Swdtw Loans per month Credit cards per month PAST DUE AUTO LOANS BACK TAXES BACK HOUSE CHILD MEDICAL BILLS Free Call id at Canyon Lake I Blemikn Would be py knowing that it will always be here at the ArefitaldepartrnerrtwUbeaddedto the marina s operations Sea Doo personal watercraft Sea Doo Challenger Jet Boats Sea Ray ski boats Beachcomber 14foot sailboats will be firtt Kennedy said The biggest change is that we will be a fullservice marina that will serve our customers something which they didnt have Who wouldnt Each Year YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A SPECIAL PRESENTATION IN OBSERVANCE OF NATIONAL ARTHRITIS MONTI I Arthritis Diagnosis Treatment Who Dr John Horan Orthopedic Surgeon Where New Braunfels Civic Center When Wednesday May 15th at RM TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS Kermit 5 Take a at try 9 Dyeing technique 14 Capital of Peru 15 Whitish 16 Licoricelike flavoring 17 Made a hole none 18 Units 19 Unhappily 201 way proceeding 22 Sofas 24 Gold bar 26 Antique auto 27 Make an equine sound 30 Not manufactured by machine 35 Living fence 36 Volkswagen kin 37 Mongols tent 38 in a days work 39 Curvy 42 Cheerleaders cry 43 Smirk 45 Skelton and Barber 46 Up and about 48 Costume 50 Ships officer 51 Anne of Green Gables loc 52 German river 54 Olympics contestant 58 Upset tummy soother 62 Small stream 63 Conceited 65 Old word for you 66 Rich cake 67 Actress Sommer 68 Chops 69 Take the helm 70 Potato slangily 71 Clobber a fly DOWN 1 Blemish 2 Paddy crop 3 Portent 4 Roaming about 5 Soft and springy 6 South American dance 7 Malt beverage 8 Harrys spouse 9 Sewed loosely 10 Med school course 11 Seas motion 12 Capri 13 Lock openers 21 Secret 23 Tennessee Ford 25 Sign of rain 27 Moby Dick PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED HHQH CTHKHB nstara UfflDffl Bssanaa nan QfflH IEDD amass HHHH HDQ sasnn Bonn HUSH lYIEILILlElDI BUB IIK1U DHJBEH QEJHH BHSBH mauiE BBDB QHHBIi B3EH0 EH3D1Q fflfJEQE SGJHE 41896 1996 United Feature 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