New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 14, 2000, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 14, 2000

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday May HERALDZRITDNCJ Page 7A ON THE RECORD BIRTHS Bom to and Amy Hand on April at a daughter Sarah Lynn Hand 5 pounds 14 ounces Grandparents are Jerry and Carol Amflnson Jim and Leona Hand Bom to Dr and Mrs Ed Wuensch of Seguin on May 1 2000 at a son Adam Gregory 6 pounds 12 ounces Welcoming him were big brothers Edward Eric and Andrew and grandparents Darrell and Kathie McLain Judith Wuensch Bom to Craig and Sheri Wersterfer of New Braunfels on May at a daughter Gretchen Gail Wersterfer 8 pounds 7 ounces Welcoming her were big brothers Bryan and Bradley and grandparents Jo Ann Yates and the late David Yates Barbara Wersterfer and Nolan Wersterfer Born to Deril and Bonnie Bolin of Canyon Lake On May 2 2000 at a daughter Courtney Ann 7 pounds 1 ounce Bom to Marc and Angie Marvel of New Braunfels on May at a son Calin Christopher Marcus 7 pounds 11 ounces Welcoming him were big brother Malacha Bom to Salvador and Jennifer Guillen of Canyon Lake on May 2 2000 at a daughter Mercedes Nichole 6 pounds 12 ounces Grandparents are Leslie and Theresa Wyatt Mr and Mrs Salvador A Guillen Bom to Paul Perez and Celeste Dombek of New Braunfels on May at a daughter Lillian Marie 8 pounds 3 ounces Grandparents are Sylvia Delgado and Walter Dombek Raul and Frances Perez Bom to Jose and Roxy Oliva of New Braunfels on May 3 2000 at a daugh ter Johana MaKayla 8 pounds 13 ounces Welcoming her were big sis ters Ashley and Joslyn and grandparents Guillermb and Flor de Liz Perez Irma Oliva Bom to John and Pennl Scarborough of New Braunfels on May at a daughter Annie Michelle 5 pounds 8 ounces Welcoming her were big sis ter Emily and grandparents Bryce and Sharon Baker Joe and Nancy Wooldridge Bom to Jose and Yolanda Colon of New Braunfels on May 4 2000 at a daughter Joscelin Bryanna 8 pounds 10 ounces Welcoming her were big brothers Joseph and Bryan Bom to Amanda Feltner and Jamey Gentry of Converse on May 4 2000 at a son Zakk Avery 7 pounds 7 ounces Grandparents are Jim and Rose Mary Feltner Bom to Jennifer L and Michael P Vollmar of Seguin on May 5 2000 at a daughter Kerrigan Jennae 7 pounds 13 ounces Grandparents are Rose and Daniel Sassenhagen Cathy and Greg Vollmar Bom to Felipe and Esmeralda Cruz of New Braunfels on May at a daughter Destinee Nicole 7 pounds 7 ounces Bom to Genevie Leigh Vargas and Florencio Rubio Jr of New Braunfels on May at a son Florencio III 6 pounds 15 ounces Grandparents are Flor and Ricky Vargas Florencio Rubio Sr and Maria Rubio Bom to Adam and Stacy Howard of Cibolo on May 6 a daugh ter Alexis Taylor 8 pounds Grandparents are Stanley and Deborah Pape Bill and Barbara Owen William Howard Bom to Alex and Delia Rincon of Seguin on May 6 2000 at a daugh ter Chloe Celeste 7 pounds Grandparents are Lorenza Medrario Genoveva Medina Bom to Marie Del Carmen Martinez of New Braunfels on May at a daughter Alina Clarice 6 pounds Grandparents are Nleves and Alma Martintez COURTAT LAW Edwin Phillip Adkins con victed of failure to keep prop erty free of waste was fined deferred adjudication He was assessed in court costs Angellta Espinoza Aguirre convicted of theft was fined and sentenced to 90 days in jail probated 24 He was assessed in court costs Juergen S Ammerer con victed of driving while intoxi cated was fined and sentenced to 90 days in jail probated 12 Ammerer was assessed in court costs Lori M Amsler convicted of theft deferred adjudication was fined and probated nine months Amsler was assessed in court costs Luis Arteaga convicted of driving while license suspend ed was fined and sen tenced to four days in jail Arteaga was assessed in court costs Benjamin Charles Beasley convicted of driving while intoxicated second offense was fined and sen tenced to 180 days in jail pro bated18 He was assessed in court costs Tomas Bruce Benedict con victed of driving while license suspended was fined and sentenced to six days in jail Benedict was assessed in court costs William W Cantrell convict ed of driving while intoxicated was fined and sentenced to 90 days in jail probated 12 Cantrell was assessed in court costs Germania Farmer Verein 125th Annual Sunday May 21st 3t in ANHALT TEXAS Located oil Hwy 46 between New BrawMs 4 Borne mfes west ol 281 on Old Time Polka featuring BOHEMIAN DUTCHMEN 12 Noon Beef Pot Roast Saurkraut and all the trimmings while it lasts Country Western Dancing featuring DANA LEE THE RANGER BAND FOR MORE INFORMATION Sonny Syamken 8306252117 Bill Wetz 8306096246 Darrell Moeller 8309042292 Tenth Anniversary Melinda Lagunas January 22 1965 May Melinda you touched so lives in the short time you wer here on earth so many more lives were touched when God called you home You are an inspiration to many of us We love you and miss you very much our sweet little angel Thank you Lord for our loving daughter Love Dad and Mom Diana Joe Adrian and Adam Neices Nephews Aunts Uncles Cousins and friends TIME WARNER CABLE Dear Cable Customer Welcome to our Time Warner family We are very happy to serve you This is a progress report regarding our plans for improving cable service in New Braunfels Time Warner Cable is in theprocess of upgrading the New Braunfels cable system What will it mean to you For starters the new fiber optics will increase viewing options improve picture quality and improve overall plant reliability this translates to fewer cable Customers who subscribe to the Standard level of service will go from 33 channels to 59 channels including such favorites as SciFi Home ft Garden Lifetime and ESPN2 without the need for a converter box orthe purchase of a higher priced product package For those customers wanting even more channel choice Time Warner Cables digital cable service offers 19 additional channels plus 40 CDquality commercialfree music channels You will no longer be required to have a phone line for digital service Adding even more value are the additional premium services This means when you buy digital HBO for instance you get six channels of HBOtwice as many as before With Showtime you go from two channels on the old system up to seven with Time Warner digital cable For about more customers can go from 59 total video and music channels your old digital tier level to over 118 plus 40 payperview channels with Time Warners digital Lone Star package The vast majority of New Braunfels customers are taking the new digital service Later this year Time Warner Cable will offer Road Runner highspeed Internet at up to 100 times faster than dial up With Road Runner you dont need an additional phone line so you are always connected or youre always No busy signals disconnects or contracts Beep Beep Well keep you informed as the launch draws near Overall this upgrade will bring more channels more choices and better value to New Braunfels cable customers The services offered as well as the rates will be the same as in San Antonio which was recently upgraded and enjoys the new services now You can check out all the details online at Please be patient with us as all cable customers will receive a 30day notice by mail prior to the changes which are expected to be completed by the end of summer Time Warner Cable has technical staff in the area to perform the upgrade plus representatives going door to door to answer questions anA adjust service levels In those instances where we are not able to reach a customer to discuss the changes and their preferences they will still be upgraded and will receive the level of service that is comparable to what they had Thank you for choosing Time Warner Cable Well be in touchl Welcome to Whats Next 54RESL ;