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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sunday January HERALDZBITUNO ON THE RECORD MARRIAGE LICENSES Comal County issued marriage licenses to the following Robert Edward Kibel and Christina Diane Rose Felipe Caballero Cruz Jr and Refugio Esmeralda Velaquez Qulncey Lee Oncken and Veronica Ann Banks Donald Ray Schroeder and Charity Nicole Hamm Donald Ray Keuy and Rita Marche Helton Julius Shelton Santana and Blanca Leticia Monreal Danny Wayne Coots and Chrlstal Gail Bell Hector Gomez and Maria Guadalupe Nieto Villarreal Michael Joseph Wetz and Christine Amour Marcum Timothy Duane Noblett and Bridgette Anne Houlihan Jimmy Dean Hunter and Leticia Garcia Fernandez Michael Flores and Molly Lopez Anthony Keith Opnes and Kathryn Helen Crawford James McKinley Walker III and Angel Ann Koepp BIRTHS Bom to R Patrick and Melissa C Goebel of New Braunfels on Dec at at Santa Rosa Hospital In San Antonio a son Greyson Reed Goebel 6 pounds ounce 19 Inches Grandparents are Robert and Unda Goebel of New Braunfels Ed Taylor of Miss and Joy Bergin of Neb Greatgrandmother is Leila Gregg of College Station Texas Bom to Brien and JoAnn Wofford of Ft Worth on Dec a baby girl Ahyssa Beatrice 7 pounds 2 ounces Welcoming her was big brother Matthew Grandparents are Allene Wofford and the late Tom Wofford also Lupita Garza and the late Humberto Garza Bom to Chris and Brandye Reininger of New Braunfels on Jan at a son Trystan Wayne 6 pounds 7 ounces Grandparents are Pat and Chariene Moore and Elroy and Evonne Reininger Bom to Tim and Vickie Morris of New Braunfels on Jan at a daughter Mariey Rixon Morris 8 pounds 3 ounces Big sis ter is Maya and grandparents are Margaret Lake David and Karia Lake and and Frances Morris Bom to Garrett and Hollie Weston of New Braunfels on Jan 20 2000 at a daughter Sara Elizabeth 6 pounds 12 ounces Big sister is Melissa big brother is Tyler and grandparents are Jerri Canezaro and Harold Kimrey Galvin Weston and Lori Turner Bom to Holly and Newton Brown of New Braunfels on Jan at a son Newton Jaxson 7 pounds 8 ounces Grandparents are Mary Lou Erben and Larry Erben Betty Roberts and Newton Brown Bom to Joe M DeLeon and Maria Lerma of New Braunfels on Jan 22 2000 at a daughter Amlsty Nicole 6 pounds 8 ounces Grandparents are Sally vlllalovos and George and Ramona DeLeon Bom to Larry and Kim Franz of New Braunfels on Jan at a daughter Kassldy Leigh 6 pounds 13 ounces Big brother Is Ryan big sister is Glgl and grand parents are the late Mr and Mrs Thomas and Giovanna Mayfield and Martin and Carol Franz Bom to Willie and Shannon Norris of Canyon Lake on Jan at a daughter Deslree Michelle Norris 5 pounds 8 ounces Big brother is Ryan Cole and grand parents are Barbara and Steve Ferrari and and Florence Norris Bom to Mark and Tracy Nicholson of New Braunfels on Jan at 4 a daughter Shelbie Elizabeth 9 pounds 5 ounces Big sister is Whitney and grandparents are Wayne and Jodi Pierce and Everette and Wilburta Nicholson COURTAT LAW Evangelyn Dawn Obermeyer con victed of driving while Intoxicated was fined and sentenced to 180 days In jail probated 18 Obermeyer was assessed In court costs Jason Oliver convicted of reckless driving was fined and sen tenced to 15 days In jail Oliver was assessed in court costs Daniel Powell convicted of driving while intoxicated was fined and sentenced to 90 days in jail probated 12 Powell was assessed in court costs Phillip Charles Sandoval convicted of driving while license suspended was fined and sentenced to 30 days in jail probated 9 Sandoval was assessed in court costs John Costa Santos convicted of possession of marijuana was fined and 90 days in jail probated 13 Santos was assessed in court costs Jose Manuel Santos convicted of criminal trespassing was fined and assessed in court costs Juan Cruz Santos convicted of criminal trespassing was fined and assessed in court costs Eduardo Sema convicted of driving while license suspended was fined and sentenced to four days in jail Sema was assessed In court costs Tabetha Yvette Smith convicted of driving while license suspended was fined and assessed in court costs John D Speer convicted of driving while license suspended fined and sentenced to five days In jail Speer was assessed in court costs George Torres convicted of driving while intoxicated was fined and sentenced to 90 days in jail probated 12 Torres was assessed in court costs Tracy Lee Tourville convicted of failure to identify was fined and assessed in court costs Juan Martinez Villanueva convict ed of driving while license suspend ed was fined and sentenced to four days in jail Villanueva was assessed in court costs BUILDING PERMITS Jan 7 Ryland Homes 1623Sunnycrest single family home Jan 10 Stuart Hamsmann 1972 Round Table single family home Jan 18 S D Builders 22 Sable Circle single family home S D Builders 1644 Klmberty Dawn single family home Ryland Homes 1629Sunstone single family home Jan 19 Randy Taylor 614 Forest Ridge single family home Jan 24 Schlitterbahn Amusement I 400 N Liberty waterpark amusement ride Schlitterbahn 400 N Uncoln general maintenance and repairs ofBahnPark Jan 25 j Miguel Mendoza 1944 Lee single family home Taxing time Volunteers ready to help with returns BY CHRISTINA MINOR Staff Writer AARP TaxAide volunteers are ready to serve you Starting Tuesday volunteers will be available at various New Braunfels and Canyon Lake loca tions to provide free tax assis tance to middleto lownmcome taxpayers Working with the tax informa tion is like being in school and having to make a 100 each said Elaine Peters of Canyon Lake a 16year veteran of the program In this case it is just one person one case but you have to be perfect Its going to take patience and Although anyone who is the middleto lowincome bracket can get help with tax returns the veteran volunteers said they usu ally saw the same people every year With calculator in hand the volunteers spend about 45 min utes with each person working diligently to prepare a tax report We try to help people recover as much as they can and still stay within the veteran volunteer Lou Toussaint of Canyon Lake said Having last years tax return would really help Also people need to bring their 1099s and W2 Other helpful information includes Social Security state ments bank statements and pen sion statements Peters said those seeking tax assistance need to have the infor WHERE To GET HELP From Feb 1 to April 15 AARP TaxAide volunteers will be at the following locations 1 to 5 Tuesdays and to Thursdays at Comal County Senior Citizen Center 655 Landa St Jo Wednesdays and Saturdays aW New Bfaurifeis Public Library 700 i to 4 Wednesdays and 9 to noon Saturdays at Canyon Lake Action Center 1941 FarmtoMarket Road 2673 Sattler Bring supporting paperwork and a copy of your 1998 tax return parts basic intermediate and local TaxAide coordi nator Kathleen Jaroszewski said We dont have any problems with people not passing the test No one Newcomer Olivia Martinez said class material was covered thoroughly but she still would be nervous her first day I will probably be a she said I have a and want to do it q Newcomer Bette Bell a Winter Texan from Colorado agreed Im going to be nervous we were told that its not a spfjeci she said Its go slow and be correct than rqake a K JESSIE AARP TaxAide volunteers undergo training Wednesday to help local residents prepare their income tax returns mation in order and written down Several volunteers will be working together at the different locations with each location hav ing at least one experienced vol unteer Each tax report goes through a quality review by an experienced volunteer before it is sent Each volunteer will have refer ence materials and each other to ask Peters said Before the person leaves at least two volunteers will have seen the tax The volunteers are expecting a crowd to come in February with not many people seeking assis tance in March From about April 715 we see a lot of Peters said For the past two weeks volun teers have spent hours in training cramming their heads full of facts and figures in preparation for tax season The volunteers go through an extensive training program and then are tested at the end of the program Once they pass the test the volunteer becomes certified by the Internal Revenue Service The tests are broken down into SAMS CLEANER IRYDAY SPECI No Coupon Requfred SAVINGS Nl w i i 274 Trade Contor Drivt 6296296 Call Us for Details 705 N 123 By Pns 3721861 Pet of the week This male cat has been through a rough time at the hands of some unfriendly dogs but thanks to some loving veterinarians care he is all stitched up and ready for a nice comfortable home Hes about 2 years old and is just a big orange pile of love Call the volunteers at Canyon Lake Animal Shelter Society at 905PETS 7387 to find out more about Turmoil and the other companion animals looking for a new home CLASS is building a no kill 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