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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 O Hwrtd-Zrttung O Tuesday, May 14.1996 New owner puts fresh face on Canyon Lake Marina By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer CANYON LAKE — New owner Steve Kennedy is radically changing the look of Canyon Lake Marina. "What we are doing is a total facelift,” Kennedy said of the marina, which is undergoing extensive renovations for its late May grand reopen- mg- Kennedy, who bought the manna in late February, said there will be major improvements in safety, service and at die former Blue Pelican Restaurant The most important improvements will be made in the dock area to make it safer for patrons. “We are widening the min walcway from the shoreline to E Dock, the furthest dock,” Kennedy said. “We are putting in a whole new electrical system, upgrading it up to the national safety code ... It will have a stronger cavity to carry electrical lines. In storms, the dock will ride better and be safer.” HaraM-ZaSung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Canyon Lake Marina ie scheduled to ra-open later thin month. Down by the dock area, the dup bishments will be done to each slip...” store hts been remodeled sod the manna's offices have been moved from the Blue Pelican Restaurant (which will now be renamed Papa Docks Cantina De La Marina) to the dock to “better serve the boaters and the general public,” Kennedy said. “General repair, cleanups and rcfiir- Kennedy said. Kennedy said Papa Docks will undergo a complete overhaul, with additional indoor seating and a 3,500 square foot outside deck planned. The seating capacity will be 250. “The entire atmosphere of the restaurant will be unique because of the decor, which will include an outside nil deck made of steel wagon wheels,” Kennedy said. “We needed that as a novelty, but we also did that for safety reasons... We did that for strength and uniqueness. The total outside has been refurbished from old bam wood and metal, all of which came from around Comal and Blanco counties and as far away as Durant, Oklahoma.” The inside of the restaurant will feature items from the Old West, old nautical items, old porcelain signs, such as the 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 approximately 12 years,” Kennedy said. “It was an old sailboat the man bought 12 years ago to be his retirement project Four years ago he died. The widow continued to pay his slip. She couldn't part with it because it was his baby. She quit paying the slip rent two years ago. It had enormous willpower. It wouldn't sink. It had a will to live. Obituaries Union CL Baun Sr. Ramon G. Saenz Sr., age 76, of New Braunfels, died Monday, May 13, 1996, in Sui Antonio. A rosary will be recited Wednesday at 7 p.m. at die Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass is scheduled for Thursday at noon at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev. Stanley Soria celebrant Burial will follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation will begin after 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Peeppenachmidt Funeral Home Norma Kohlenberg Bulgerin of New Braunfels died Monday, May 13,19%, at Eden Home at the age of 89 years. She was bom March 29,1907, in New Braunfels to Emil Kohlenberg and Ida (Zank) Kohlenberg. She married Herbert J. Bulgerin June 26,1929, in New Braunfels. He preceded her in death March 23, 1979. A life-long 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-v ere rn at Fust Protestant Survivors include daughter Shirley Hefligmann and husband Alfred Jr. of New Braunfels; granddaughters Cyn-tfaia Hoegenauer and husband Dwight of Cibolo and Denise Mays and husband Kevin of New Braunfels; four great-grandchildren; brother Herbert Kohlenberg and wife Gorda of New Braunfels; sister Alma Oppermann of New Braunfels; sister-in-law Grace Kohlotag of Aurin; nieces, nephews and friends. Funeral services will be Wednesday, May 15, 1996, at IO am at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Richard Carse officiating. Burial will be at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will begin at 10-JO am Tuesday and continue until service time on Wednesday. Memorials may be given to the First Protestant Church, Eden Home or the charity of one's choice. Erwin H. Bch—I Erwin H. Scheel of Waring passed away on Sunday, May 12, at his residence 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; sister-in-law, Mary, Mrs. Alvin Scheel of Lamesa, Texas. Funeral services for Erwin H. Scheel will be held on Wednesday, May 15, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of toe Schaetter Funeral Home in Comfort with the Rev. Joel Slutstad officiating. Graveside services and interment will be held at I p.m. in the Mission Park North Cemetery in San Antonio. For those who so desire, you may make memorial contributions in his memory to the Family Hospice, Waring V.F.D., Gethsemane Lutheran Church or to the charity of your choice. Visitation for Erwin H. Scheel will begin on Tuesday at 5 p.m. in the chapel of the Schaetter Funeral Home in Comfort. Schaetter Funeral Home Inc., Comfort Randall "Horal!*” Spain Randall “Ronnie” Spain of Marion died Sunday, May 12,19%, in Marion at the age of 50 years.’ He is survived by his wife, Iris Spain of Marion; son Ronald L. Spain of 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 16,19%, at 10:30 am at Goetz Memorial Chapel with die Rev. James Witschorke officiating. Pallbearers will be Philip Sierer, P. J. Scott, Robby Scott, Larry Damerau, Charlie Bill Chastain arid Byron Ensey. Honorary pallbearers will be the Marion Lions Club. Interment will be at die Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at I p.m. Thursday. Visitation will be at Goetz Funeral Home after 9 am Tuesday. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association. Goetz Funeral Home, Seguin Soa/Aemwoocf hardens Native Designs and Consultation • Perennials • Herbs • Native Plants • Aquatic Plants • Antique Roses • Sods St Bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons, Proprietor 608-9160 Daily hours: ■ ■ ....... QGar4an» W Un* i N«w BcwjnWl *o Auitm 658 Lanrfa Street • New Braunfels Elegant Dining • Fondues Champagne Brunch Open Tue.-Sun. 11-2 pm & 5:30 pm-10 pm Closed Mondays Call for reservations 980-4396 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Road WRE Fighting Drugs and alcohol With Special Agents. Dave Howell K-Mart Plaza 1050 IH 35 East, Suite 500 New Braunfels (210) 620-4224 27-238 800-527-2380 Every year, thousands of Nations. ., durance agents go back to high school to gist students involved in 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 3-1 million students the program reached this year alone. Some students may never understand why anyone would volunteer to gp back to school. Fortunately for them, though, volunteering is something our agents feel strongly about. And that's exactly what makes them ^o special. Dave is proud to sponsor Canyon High School, New i High School and Smithson Valley High School in the Prom Promise program. , volunteering is something our agents feel at makes them too special Dave is proud to Braunfels 8b qt rn INSURANCE Nataomwdt* « a Reenter*] Federal Service Mark of Nationwide Mutual insurance Company Everyone Qualifies! Ifs the Law! NO CREDIT NEEDED! Abo known ai Debt Consolidation or Wage Earner Plan. Example! (Unsecured debts) $4,500 Taxes...........................................................................4100    per    month $5,000 Student Loans..............................................................$120    per    month $50,000 BUU (Credit cards, etc.)...........................................4160    per    month ✓    (Batad    on    Income    &    Budfec) • PAST DUE AUTO LOANS • BACK TAXES" BACK HOUSE PAYMENTS • CHIU) SUPPORT • MEDICAL BILLS JUUL CAN M INCLUDMDI -----------qp    uoal    tnacuiJZATiON Free Call “So, I got the idea of cutting it up and making it into a bar... We put a copper top cm it and repainted it and named it the SS Unsinkable ... It is immortalized at Canyon Lake. I am suit the old gentleman wduld be happy knowing that it will always be here at the marina.” A rental department will be added to the marina's operations. Sea Doo personal watercraft, Sea Doo Challenger Jet Boats, Sea Ray ski boats, Beachcomber Pontoon party boots, 14-foot Capri sailboats and fishing boats will be for rent. Golf carts will chauffer people from the hilly, steep patting lot near Papa Docks to the dock area. “Everything will be first class,” Kennedy said. “The biggest change is that we will be a full-service marina that will serve our customers, something which they didn't have before.” Clarkson St Volkman, Attorneys • San Antonio, TX ii > iiii IU ll‘i ll'i ION INY Who wouldn't? Bach Year, Billions of Dollars go UNCLAIMED YOU ARE INVITED TO AT T END A SPECIAL PRESENT ATION IN OBSERVANCE OE NATIONAL ARTHRITIS MONT I I What: “Arthritis: Diagnosis & Treatment” Who: Dr. John Horan, Orthopedic Surgeon Where: New Braunfels Civic Center When: Wednesday, May 15th, at 7:00 P.M. 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