New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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Mrs. AUeen Hathom Mainline, of New Braunfels, died at McKenna Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, May 13,1997 at the age of 80.
She was bom on Oct. 5, 1916 in Hattiesburg, Mississippi to Fleet Cooper Hathom and AUeen Camp Hathom, and married Robert Louis Hainline, who died in Sept 1994.
She was a resident of the city since 1983, and was a secretary and a member of St. Joseph Anglican Church of New Braunfels,
Survivors include: sisters Mrs. James D. (Rebecca Hathom) El ledge, of Houston, MissMaxcy Hathom of Hattiesburg, Mississippi; brother Mr. Herbert C. Hathom of Augusta, Georgia; step-daughter Mrs. Bobbie Hainbne-Howrey of Wilmington, Delaware; grandchildren Mr. Bret Howrey, of Gainesville, Florida, and Mr. Brian Howrey of Pasadena, California; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert L. Hainline and by a brother. Fleet C. Hathom, Jr.
A memorial service will be held 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 20, 1997 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with the Rev. Robert Taggert ll, rector of St. Joseph Anglican Church, officiating.
bi lim of flowers, memorials may be given to the New Braunfels Conservation Society, St. Joseph Anglican Church or the charity of ones choice.
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Randolph A. Kanz
Randolph A. Kanz, of League City, TX died in Friendswood, TX on Friday, May 16,1997 at the age of 62.
Mr. Kanz was bom on Oct. 4, 1934 in New Braunfels to Herbert Kanz and Hertha Barsch (Kanz), and he married Patricia Faye Kanz on Oct. 4,1989 in Boerne, TX.
He lived in the League City/Friendswood area for seven years, and was a former resident of Pasadena, TX. Mr. Kanz was a retired Aerospace Engineer, and was I Majorette U.S. Murine Corp and was a fighter pilot. He enjoyed being in the church choir, music and dancing, and he loved jet planes.
Survivors include: wife Patricia Kanz, of League City; children Kevin and Kimberly Kanz of Pasadena; and sister Mary Lee Perman and husband Robert of League City.
Funeral services will be IO a m. Monday, May 19, 1997 at
Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Timothy Judkins officiating. Interment will follow at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.
Memorial contributions may be made to Alzheimer's Association.
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Anita Olga Hatcher
Anita Olga Haecker, of New Braunfels, died Friday, May 16,1997 at Eden Home in New Braunfels at die age of 83.
She was the daughter of Otto Grobowsky and Frieda Voigt and is
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Mrs. Haecker was a lifetime resident of the city. She retired from McKenna Memorial Hospital in 1979 and then worked approximately six years at Eden Home, Inc. She was a member of First Protestant Church and the Eagles Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death by her husband Elmo “Pete” Haecker on Jan. 12, 1977, father Otto
Grobowsky in 1915 and mother Frieda Voigt Grobowsky in 1976, and half brothers Milton Harber in 1944 and William Harber in 1979. Survivors include: daughter, Rose Marie Fellers and husband Teny of New Braunfels: sister Otine Schaefer, of New Braunfels; half-sisters, Viola Boyd, San Antonio, Lucille Semlinger, San Antonio; half-brother Joe Harber, San Antonio; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be Carroll Hoffmann, Douglas Schaefer, Roy Duelm, Charles Watt, Michael Wagner and Todd Fellers.
Funeral services will be 3 p.m. Monday, May 19, 1997 at
Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Reverend Elmer Gumper officiating. Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will begin Saturday at 3 p.m. and will continue until service time on Monday. Memorials may be given to the First Protestant Church or to Hospice New Braunfels.
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talk about the day’s business with beer in hand and fresh food in their mouths.
“We got tired of the rat race in Houston and we wanted to get a little more laid back,” said Calahan, who worked in construction for five years and did most of the remodeling to the building himself. “The people here have more time to sit and visit. It's still the kind of place where you can leave your front door open to talk to your neighbor.”
Historically, pub owners, called “publicans,” would live upstairs or in other rooms of the establishment while customers drank ale and argued about local politics, Calahan said.
“The No. I thing is a comfortable
relaxing atmosphere and a good, cold beer at a fair price,” he said. “This is like my living room when I entertain at my home.”
In keeping with its history, the pub will offer Murphy’s Irish Stout, the national beer of Ireland, as one of its 80 flavors of beer.
Deli service will begin Monday and will include Boar's Head meats and cheeses as well as many types of soups.
While steeped in historical traditions, the inside offers customers modem features.
A 60-inch TV rests atop the bar straddled by two smaller sets on each side. In all the pub has eight monitors, with digital satellite capabilities and more than 200 channels.
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A Ed r as D. Hale
Mrs. AEdras D. Hale, age of 79, of New Braunfels, Texas died Thursday, May 15, 1997. Graveside services are Monday, May 19 at 2 p.m. at the Oak Hills Cemetery in Smithville, Texas, with Rev. Ken Peters officiating. Visitation will be Sunday from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel.
The New Braunfels Breakfast Lions gave the award Tuesday to Cardenas in memory of Ed Murphy, a Comal County deputy who lost his life in a helicopter crash more than IO years ago, officials said.
Ron Zipp, chairman of the Lions’ award committee, said the club received many viable applicants for the award.
“Certainly we’re glad to have a good applicant like this gentleman," Zipp said. “We feel that we want to recognize officers who do go ahead and go above the call of duty.”
Deadly force would have been appropriate, Cardenas’ superiors said, because the man was pointing a loaded pistol at him.
“lf it were me, no. I don’t want to sound cold but when you’re staring at the barrel of a .45 caliber, semiautomatic pistol, it looks like a canon,” said Lt. David Ott, who supervises deputies on patrol. “He’s just accomplished a lot of things in the past year.”
The man who wielded a gun at Cardenas was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and sentenced to IO years probation, six months in jail and 240 hours of community service earlier this year, officials said.
Cardenas wasn’t always in law enforcement.
He joined the Comal County SherifFs Office on Valentme’a Day 1989 after IO years working as a
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Why the sudden switch?
“Personal reasons,” he said. “My heart was always in law enforcement. That is how I wanted to serve the community.”
It also helped, he said, that his cousin, brother-in-law and second cousin have served in law enforcement in Houston and Dallas.
After the incident, his wife, Elaine, said she did not want him to return to law enforcement but realized that line of work was what fulfilled him the most.
Receiving the award, she said, helped ease the anguish of the incident for the couple, who were “high school sweethearts” and were bom and grew up in New Braunfels.
“I really didn’t want him to go back,” she said. “It’s tough being a wife (of a peace officer). (The award) really put his life back into perspective to put it behind him. I’m very proud of him. I just believe that the reason we’ve coped well with everything is because God is with us.”
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