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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, August 6, 2000 — HERALD-ZEITUNG — Page 7AOn The Record Births Born to Hubert and Sandra Brasseaux Jr. on July 4, 2000, at 5:43 a.m. in Houston, Texas, a son, Ryan James, 6 pounds, 13-1/2 ounces, 20-1/2 inches long. Big brother is Robert Joseph. Grandparents are James and Janet Foerg; Hubert and Shirley Brasseaux Sr. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Carlyn Pfeuffer on July 24, 2000, at 8:09 a.m., a daughter, Laura Michelle, 8 pounds, 2 ounces. Big sister is Katie. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pat and Phyllis Dugan and Mr. and Mrs. Robert and Jean Pfeuffer. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Cruz and Sonia Gomez on July 25, 2000, at 9:03 a.m., a son, Jonathan Cruz, 8 pounds, 7 ounces. Big sisters are Vanessa, Phylicia and Micaela; big brother is Joshua. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Antonio and Elida Tristan; Mr. and Mrs. Cruz and Mary Gomez. Born to Darin and Janet Newsbrough on July 25, 2000, at 12:42 p.m., a son, Jaryn Cheyne Newbrough, 7 pounds, 11 ounces. Big brothers are Brian and Tate; big sister is Shayla. Grandparents are Arthur and Florence Watson; Mrs. Monta Little Soldier and the late Donald Newbrough. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew and Melissa Stewart on July 26, 2000, at 5:43 p.m., a son, Tyler Keith, 9 pounds, 11 ounces. Big sister is Megann. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Pat and Reggie Price; Mr. Paul Stewart. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John and Casi Wilke on July 27, 2000, at 2:28 a.m., a daughter, Megan Paige, 6 pounds, 13 ounces. Grandparents are Mr. Charles Schlueter and Jimmy and Betty Trost; Mr. and Mrs. William and Carol Wilke. Born to Jill and David Cobb on July 27, 2000, at 10:47 a.m., a daughter, Kaitlyn Marie Cobb, 6 pounds, 4 ounces. Grandparents are Michael and Pamela Schneider; Richard and Norma Jean Cobb. Born to Belinda Ramon and Andrew Ramon on July 27, 2000, at 1:17 p.m., a son, Ivan Nicholas Ramon, 7 pounds, 13 ounces. Big brothers are Isaac R. Ramon and Jacob A. Ramon. Grandparents are Ruben Gonzales and Maria Gonzales; Pedro Ramon Jr. and Virginia Ramon; Ysaura Gonzales and Jorge Gonzales. Great-grandparents are Genaro Salazar; Pedro Ramon Sr. In loving memory, Clara Ramon Salazar. Born to Rachelle Morales and Chris Love on July 27, 2000, at 5:01 p.m., a son, Caleb Ashton Love, 6 pounds, 0 ounces. Grandparents are Joe and Angie Morales; Terry Love and Debra Bosarge. Born to Stephanie and Chris McCordy on July 28, 2000, at 3:43 p.m., a daughter, Jenna Caitlyn, 6 pounds, 12 ounces, 19 inches long. Big sister is Jocelyn. Grandparents are Lionel and Sarah Lopez of New Braunfels; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell McCordy of San Antonio. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ismael Salazar of New Braunfels. Marriages Ricardo C. Murillo and Celia T. Ayala Tilman R. Thomas III and Linda S. Bond Donald F. Stephens and Valerie R. Brown Timothy J. Clarkson and Maria G. Teran David W. McKee and Melissa S. Boyd Jacques G. Baillargean and Shelley L. Beckwith Michael Lugo and Melissa L. Wojahn John A. Stulsas and Erin A. Johnson David C. Bleser and Amy J. Crabtree John T. Clark and Carne A. Baumgardner Steve Gonzalez and Shawna A. Helmke Erasto S. Salazar and Ma, la C. Martinez James C. Vinyard and Kristen C. Hutchison Brian K. Stanford and Rhandi D. Rek Bill J. Loftis and Joy S. Wilcox Robert D. Grubb Jr. and Tiffany M. Grana Allen T. Hala and Melissa A. Lape Matt A. Rudd and Donna C. Ingram Thomas L. Thomas and Rebecca F. Pence Adam Martinez and Jeannie V. Medrano Damon L. Slate and Ashley T. Perez Christopher P. Ackermann and Elissa M. Thomas Erie A. Feyrer and Amanda N. Feyrer Robert Flores and Jillian S. Torres Jonathan O. Akins and Holly J. Valentine Building Permits Aug. 4 ileanor Schneider, 1363 Patio Drive, of, $2,949 Aug. 2 arry Alexander, 1541 Allison, reroof, >00 brique Villarreal, 1029 Daffodil, front :h extension, $400 lenry Dotson, 632 Sweet pea, mobile ie placement with deck and storage ding lospice New Braunfels, 611 N. Walnut, all sign for Hospice, $1,000 rank Llamz, 385 S. Grape, construct ition to church, $50,000 Aug. 1 leavers Construction, 371 Thompson, construction trailer placement Ron and Sheila Orr, 732 N. Laurel Lane, residential remodel, $40,000 Carmen P. Morales, 270 Tolle, residential remodel, extend porch and enclose, $3,500 Rojelio Villarreal, 1311 Gardenia, enclose back porch, $2,000 July 31 Trinidad Hernandez, 588 W. Coll, add on deck, $2,000 B.R. Wood, 223 Skyview, construct wood deck, $550 Gilbert Molina, 953 Merriweather, reroof house, $2,650 Casey Sawyer, 627 Emiline Lane, mobile home placement, deck and storage shed, $1,000 Plantation Homes, 519 Raven Ridge, construct new single-family residence, $75,000 Mike Puckett, 1038 Northpark Ridge, reroof house, $3,125 Caldwell Bankers, 927 Lipan, reroof house, $1,958 Barbara Bird, 1244 Hillcrest, add patio cover to existing patio, $3,000 July 28 Adam Munoz, 1765 S. Walnut, install six-foot privacy fence, $1,700 Stanley R. Ulcak, 533 Booker, residential remodel/repair, $20,000 Arnulfo Aleman, 825 S. Casten Ave., foundation repairs, $3,200 Jose G. Valenzuela, No. 46 Ruekle Road, mobile home placement Robert Briggs, 320 E. Faust, reroof house, $2,890 July 27 Alfred Aguirre, 1362 FM 1101, carport and driveway, $800 J. Godfrey, 1688 Dustin Cade, reroof house, $2,800 Kaufman and Broad, 327 Stone Point, build new single-family residence, $42,000 Moreno Construction, 1238 Vista Bonita, build new single-family residence with fence, $115,000 July 26 MHI Plantation, 315 Meadow Park, build new single-family residence, $65,000 MHI Plantation, 339 Meadow Park, build new single-family residence, $58,000 MHI Plantation, 507 Walnut Heights, build new single-family residence, $78,000 Linda Newhouse, 586 Gateway Circle, mobile home placement with decks and driveway, $10,860 Kaufman and Broad, 326 Stone Park, build new single-family residence, $61,000 Bob Grundle, 1437 Pams Path, reroof house, $2,258 Francisco Lopez, 1235 W. Bridge, replace siding on house and sheetrock two rooms, $1,000 Ricky and Tracy Preiss, 1570 Camilla, reroof house, $3,185 Robert and Carol Riggis, 802 Albert, trailer to be used as storage and workshop, $400 Jill Gilford, 1069 Memorial Circle, reroof house, $4,400 George Rodriguez, 345 Willow, driveway, $1,000 July 25 Guadalupe Deanda, 636 Sweet Pea, mobile home placement with deck and storage shed, $1,000 Jean Bothe 1652 Kimberly Dawn, repairs to screened-in porch, $575 Marcelino Ponce, 1835 Interstate 35 East, foundation repair with pier and beam, $4,500 David Meckel, 1574 Dustin Cade, build new single-family residence, $63,000 Michael Flume, 1566 Dustin Cade, construct new single-family residence with fence Melba Maxwell, 414 Oakwood, reroof house, $8,360 David MacRoberts, 948 Northpark Ridge, reroof house, $2,820 John Tieman, 427 Marymont, reroof house, $7,575 Michael Lawson, 1875 Kuehler, reroof house, $4,049 Martha Dominguez, 1463 Gardenia, reroof house, $2,573 Ted Crane, 525 Frostwood, reroof house, $3,043 Amy Tschirhart, 469 Fredricksburg Road, reroof house, $2,715 Billie Moore, 1902 Eastlawn Drive, reroof house, $3,403 David Decker, 19 Dakota Circle, reroof house, $2,282 Dawn Gillum, 521 Avenue A, reroof house, $2,130 Daniel Neffendorf, 307 Acorn, reroof house, $3,674 Frank Doyle, 243 N. Krueger, foundation for house to be moved on-site, $5,000 Ronald G. Brooks, 895 S. Seguin, foundation for moving house on same lot, $5,000 Shirley Friesenhahn, 2136 N. Interstate 35, No. 39, mobile home placement July 24 Ryland Homes, 1612 Sunstone, construct new two-story single-family residence, $62,490 Sylvia and George Pilgreen, 1061 Gardenia, 6-foot privacy fence, $600 Bluebonnet Motors, 843 W. San Antonio, 6-foot chainlink for temporary storage of vehicles, $1,800 Brookshire Homes, 1759 Joy Spring, construct new single-family residence, $91,680 Jennifer Cuppatelli, 532 S. Magazine, foundation repairs, $900 James and Lisa Lanik, 620 Crest, rebuild of flooded house, $60,000 Jeff Holbert, 229 Glenbrook, reroof house, $3,343 Ann Djupman, 15 Mission, reroof house, $8,196 Dan Grim, 985 Kuehler, reroof house, $4,815 David Vollbrecht, 1034 W. Bridge, reroof house, $1,600 Samuel Boords, 26 Guada Coma, reroof house, $2,200 John F. Gonzales, 1739 Old Marion, re roof house, $3,360 Eugene Koenig, 1612 Kraft, reroof house, $3,668 Marley Garrett, 320 Raven Ridge, reroof house, $2,600 Consuelo and Patricia Vallegas, 1339 Wald, No. 42, mobile home placement RES Enterprises, 1870 W. Texas 46, temporary trailers, office and storage containers Martin Robles, 202 Gruene, install 5-foot wire fence, $400 Barbara Montanez, 2800 Windgate No. 33, mobile home placement Alton Schwarz, 380 Kessler, reroof house, $2,100 July 21 Darrel Hunter, 1687 Anna Lee Drive, reroof house, $2,842 Torres, 1304 Landa, add wooden deck, $90 Lorenzo Camarillo, 780 Comal, residential remodel and construct carport, $15,000 Robin D. Ecker, 1153 Camellia, reroof house damaged by hail, $2,000 Ralph Nanez, 2800 Morningside, build new single-family residence, $100,000 Joseph Doyle, 909 Sundance, reroof house, patio and wood repairs, $3,500 Andres Garza, 581 Northway, mobile home placement with driveway George Boborves, 303 Elm, 6-foot chainlink fence, $2,975 Cecil Porterie, 1558 Eichen Road, reroof house, $3,410 David Crawford, 1108 Canyon Drive, $2,068 David Meckel, 1575 Kimberly Dawn, build new single-family residence, $79,000 Battaglia, 1050 Rolling Path, reroof house, $2,284 Brian Ogg, 401 Oakwood, reroof house, $5,091 Mario Sandoval, 1056 Memorial Circle, reroof, $3,272 County Court-at-Law “Dismissed/deferred adjudication” is the clearing of a case where defendant was placed on deferred probation in the past and has complied with conditions; probation has tendered a release from probation and the case is then dismissed in system. Roy Franklin Adkins III, convicted of possession of prohibited weapons switchblade/knuckles and possession of marijuana between two and four ounces, was fined $450, deferred adjudication (probated 12 months). He was assessed $214.25 in court costs. Jennifer Lea Aguirre, convicted of theft between $50 and $500, was fined $300, deferred adjudication (probated 9 months). She was assessed $203.25 in court costs. Miguel Angel Aleman, convicted of possession of marijuana less than two ounces, was fined $450 and sentenced to 60 days in jail. He was assessed $259.25 in court costs. Brian A. Allen, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined LS750 _ „ NIXXO PLATINUM se®6® ,-ClUOti 'NMPAGER • 3 MONTHS AIK TIME • ACTIVATION • NEW BRAUNFELS, SEGUIN, SAN MARCOS & SANANTONIOVS SIL! Nokia 51 TO § Mg)®® 'FREE WEEKENDS * FREE LEATHER CASE & CAR CHARGER NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 21) A [RADE GENIER DRIVE 830.620.6692; ‘Some lastwturns Apply See store tot d«tuiK CV \*° U.S. A,. JVI ini Storage Sty 452 FIVI 306 Security Ciate «& Fence On Site Resident Manager IN ow Leasing FREE LOCK WITH EACH RENTAL 12 Covered RV Storages «& 132 IVlini Storage Units All Sizes Call or Come By S30-625-2S72 C,4l $400, deferred adjudication (probated 12 months). He was assessed $233.25 in court costs. Steven Douglas Allen, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined $400 and sentenced to 90 days in jail (probated 12 months). He was assessed $258.25 in court costs. Christopher Lynn Anderson, probation adjudicated, was sentenced to 30 days in jail. Jeffrey Roger Anders, convicted of possession of marijuana less than two ounces and driving while intoxicated, was fined $900 and sentenced to 120 days in jail (probated 14 months). He was assessed $254.25 in court costs. Chris Bennett, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined $400 and sentenced to 60 days in jail (probated 12 months). He was assessed $273.25 in court costs. Michael Paul Brewer, convicted of driving while license suspended, was fined $200 and assessed $239.25 in court costs. Oscar Cadena Jr., convicted of assault causing bodily injury, was fined $650 and sentenced to 180 days in jail (probated 18 months). He was assessed $228.25 in court costs. Steffanie Ann Cardin, convicted of dozing while intoxicated with open alcohol container, was fined $900 and sentenced to 120 days in jail (probated 18 months). She was assessed $243.25 in court costs. Steffanie Ann Cardin, convicted of possession of marijuana less than two ounces, was fined $400, deferred adjudication (probated 12 months). She was assessed $248.25 in court costs. Griselda S. Carrera, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined $300, deferred adjudication (probated 12 months). Carrera was assessed $233.25 in court costs. Jimmy Hernandez Carrillo, convicted of driving while intoxicated (second offense), was fined $1100 and sentenced to 180 days in jail (probated 18 months). He was assessed 254.25 in court costs. Ronald A. Carroll, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined $400 and sentenced to 60 days in jail (probated 12 months). He was assessed $259.25 in court costs. Diana Castillo, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined $200, deferred adjudication (probated nine months). She was assessed $259.25 in court costs. Kristy Anne Chapman, convicted of driving while intoxicated and theft between $50 and $500, was fined $400, deferred adjudication (probated 12 months). She was assessed $203.25 in court costs. Sheila Kay Claycomb, convicted of failure to identify fugitive from justice, was fined $400, deferred adjudication (probated 12 months). She was assessed $259.25 in court costs. George Grenwelge, convicted of driving while intoxicated (second offense) and theft between $20 and $500, was fined $200, deferred adjudication (probated 9 months). He was assessed $259.25 in court costs. Robert Galvez Cruz, convicted of driving while intoxicated, was fined $800 and sentenced to 90 days in jail (probated 12 months). He was assessed $254.25 in court costs. Shartyn Delbosque Curl, convicted of theft by check between $20 and $500, was fined $500 and sentenced to 30 days in jail. She was assessed $258.25 in court costs. Bob Bower, md and Bill Davis, md Welcome GERLYN FRIESENHAHN, MD . Into their Neurology Practice- Caring for patients with • Headaches    •    Peripheral Neuropathy • Back Pain    •    Alzheimer's Disease • Epilepsy    •    Stroke • Parkinson's Disease • Tremor Now accepting patients at their office at. 571 N. Union St. New Braunfels For an appointment or information call: 606-9142 ELIZABETH RITCHEY, M.D. Internal Medicine/Endocrinology 189 E. Austin Street. Ste. 104 New Braunfels, TX 78130 Office Hours: Mon.-Fri.    8:00-12:30pm 1:30-5:00pm New Practice beginning 08/14/00 Now accepting new patients Call 830/626-2003 for appointment .SIMM 50-280 (Rw.*oafl) NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING TO DISCUSS BUDGET AND PROPOSED TAX RATE The Comal Independent School District will hold a public jn Canyon Middle School meeting at 7:00 PM/ August 17/ 2000 2014 FM HOI/ Nev Braunfels, tx 78130    purpose of this meeting is to discuss the school district's budget that will determine the tax rate that will be adopted. Public participation in the discussion is invited. The tax rate that is ultimately adopted at this meeting or at a separate meeting at a later date may not exceed the proposed rate shown below unless the district publishes a revised notice containing the same information and comparisons set out below and holds another public meeting to discuss the revised notice. Comparison of Proposed Rates with Last Year's Rates Maintenance Interest Local Revenue State Revenue iftKritions m testate* te&MJSQS Last Year's Rate $1.50 $.38 * $1.88 $5,208 $1,471 Rate to Maintain Same Level of Maintenance & Operations Revenue & Pay Debt Service $1.437609 $ .365579 * $1.803188 $5,497 $1,432 Proposed Rate $1,495 $ .365 * $1.86 $5,670 $1,150 * The Interest & Sinking Fund tax revenue is used o pay for bonded indebtedness on construction, equipment, or both. The bonds, and the tax rate necessary to pay those bonds, were approved by the voters of this district. Comparison of Proposed Lew with Last Year's Levy on Average Residence Average Market Value of Residences Average Taxable Value of Residences Last Year's Rate Versus Proposed Rate per $100 Value Taxes Due on Average Residence Increase (Decrease) in Taxes list Year $ 97,189 $ 62,751 $ 1.88 $ 1,179.72 Rib Tear $ 104,677 68,742 1.86 1,278.60 98.88 Under state law, the dollar amount of school taxes imposed on the residence homestead of a person 65 years of age or older or of the surviving spouseof such a person, if the surviving spouse was 55 years of age or older when the person died, may not be increased above the amount paid in the first year after the person turned 65, regardless of changes in tax rate or property value. Notice of Rollback Rate: The highest tax rate the district can adopt before requiring voter approval at an election is 1.863188__.    This    election will be automatically held if the district adopts a rate in excess of the rollback rate of 1.863188 Fund Balances The following estimated balances will remain at the end of the current fiscal year and are not encumbered with or by a corresponding debt obligation, less estimated funds necessary for operating the district before receipt of the first state aid payment    Majntenanceand options Fund Balancefs) $ 5,366,279 Interest & Sinking Fund Balanced) $ 3,312,173 ;

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