New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 17, 2005, Page 7

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April 17, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, April 17, 2005 — Herald-Zeftung — Page 7AMatters of Public Record Juan M. Sanchez and Cynthia Sanchez at 12:25 a.m., March 22, 2005, a daughter, Dayanara Hazel Sanchez, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Grandparents are Cruz and Irene Bustos, Carmen and Elena Sanchez. Abraham Ware and Yvette Saner at 4:36 a.m., March 23, 2005, a son, Andrew Scott Ware, 7 pounds, 12 ounces. Grandparents are Cliff Saner and Cathy Leatherwood, Alan Ware and Venus Sloan. BUILDING PERMITS The following building permits were filed with the City of New Braunfels plannning office between April 11 and April 15: Continental Homes, 718 San Mateo, single family residence, $121,825 Continental Homes, 737 San Mateo, single family residence, $165,935 S&D Builders, 2244 Stonecrest Path, single family residence, $91,630 Continental Homes, 3128 San Miguel, single family residence, $121,825 Continental Homes, 910 San Fernando, single family residence, $100,980 Fieldstone Communities, 680 Northwest Crossing, single family residence, $174,000 KB Home, 424 Copper Hill, single family residence, $158,000 KB Home, 664 Cherokee Blvd., single family residence, $64,000 KB Home, 377 Copper Path Dr., single family residence, $80,000 KB Home, 1296 Copper View Dr., single family residence, $120,000 KB Home, 379 Copper Point Dr., single family residence, $93,000 KB Home, 433 Copper Wood Dr., single family residence, $93,000 Continental Homes, 2460 Divine Way, single family residence, $175,670 Carlton Soechting, 1821 Post Road, duplexes, $250,000 City of New Braunfels, Main Plaza Bandstand, renovation work, $167,673 Voss Farms, 206 Pahmeyer, subdivision center, $150,000 Roger Hopkins Construction, 234 Bush Tail, $51,535 The following cases were heard in County Court-at-Law in February, 2005. All are listed by name, charge and disposition of charge: Jose Luis Acosta, unlawfully carrying a weapons, dismissed deferred adjudication. Reynaldo Aguirre Jr., driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Natasha Renee Ahlemann, theft by check between $20 and $500, no contest, deferred adjudication. Adel A. Almanakhi, assault causing bodily injury to a family member, dismissed, conviction in other case. Mike W. Alvarado III, driving while intoxicated, no contest, jail.___ Pedro Alvarez, possession of marijuana, dismissed, conviction in other case. Oswaldo Giovanny Andrade, driving while license suspended, enhanced, no contest, jail. Miguel Angel Ardito, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, dismissed deferred adjudication. _ Calib Edward Arment, assault causing bodily injury, no contest, jail.    _ Mario Antonio Ambas, deadly conduct, deferred adjudication. _ Mario Antonio Ambas, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Carrie Lynn Babin, driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Valynna Larue Bagby, driving while intoxicated, dismissed. Jassica M. Barlor, theft by check between $20 and $500, dismissed, interest of justice. Christopher Patrick Bartlome, failure to identify fugitive from justice, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Christopher Patrick Bartlome, possession of between 2 ounces and 4 ounces of marijuana, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. _ Christopher Patrick Bartlome, failure to identify fugitive from justice, plead guilty, sentenced to jail. Jackie Irvin Bates, theft by check between $20 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication. _________ Toby Contreras Bear, driving while license suspended, plead guilty, sentenced to probation.    _ Toby Contreras Bear, failure to identify, giving false/fictitious information, plead guilty, sentenced to probation. Lisa Ann Benavides, driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Clayton Joseph Bock, resisting arrest, search or transport, deferred adjudication. Wesley Eril Bond, resisting arrest, search or transport, no contest, jail. Jeremy J. Bragg, theft between $500 and $1,500, pled guilty, sentenced to jail. Chris Levi Brown, theft between $50 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication. James Anthony Bruner, graffiti, pecuniary loss of less than $500, dismissed, conviction in other case. Billy Joe Such, assault causing bodily injury, dismissed, victim does not want to prosecute.    _ Brady Warren Byrne, driving while intoxicated, no contest, probation granted. Chuck Clarkson, driving while license suspended/invalid, no contest, probation granted. Chuck Clarkson, fictitious, counterfeit inspection/insurance document for display, dismissed, conviction in other case. Nancy Ann Clayton, driving while intoxicated, first, no contest, probation granted. Jared Michael Cooper, hunting at night, dismissed deferred adjudication. Leonard Duane Corbett Jr., assault causing bodily injury, dismissed. Juanito Correa Jr., assault causing bodily injury, family violence, no contest, jail. Carlos Rene Cortez Jr., theft of service between $20 and $500, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. Tammy Paul Cowen, reckless driving, deferred adjudication. John Richard Crocker, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, motion to proceed with adjudication, probation adjudicated. Maureo Dlester Cross, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, no contest, deferred adjudication. Roy Steven Crouch, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana, motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke granted. Hope Capachino Cruz, driving while license suspended/no liability, no contest, deferred adjudication. Minerva Gonzalez Davila, six cases fraudulently obtaining unemployment benefits, dismissed, conviction in other case. NEW CHANGES are happening at NEW BEGINNINGS CHRISTIAN CENTER Our Sunday Service has been expanded to IMPACT OUR COMMUNITY at a greater level. We are now offering Hie following Sunday morning services: Traditional Service 9AM-10AM Shifting {foil into > new position with Cool •Easy to- understand boJbie teaektouj tkat will Mf you gator feucigkt to rdtgio* ani re-occulting problems in gear fife Contemporary Service 10:30AM Life changing impartation with expressive worship •Sfealat prey*: far tke stab, for Mftemnee from addictions arui destructive pattern* of behavior Comp and experience the difference of a NI » IH ColWIM, Nursery and Sunday School available tot children * t For more information please call 830-606-6454 JON HART Luggage & Accessories GRADUATION SALE Thru April 30 392 N Seguin St. 629-2414 www.accentsnewbraunfels.com    .»r4. APRIL SHOWERS BRING AWESOME PHONE SPECIALS FROM CINGULAR! Choose a Motorola VI 80 or Samsung X427 FREE ofter rebate! Get a Nokia 3120 for only $9.99, plus receive a $40 rebate or take home a Motorola 551 camera/video phone for only $49.99 after rebate (reg $89.99 after rebate). Hurry to The Communication Source today! cingular WIRELISS Oden raquv* new phone orttoJtom and rtwmurr of $9 99 dam featae Prue good on for two hrm Rmtnmons apply See store tor den* W- COMMUNICATION  SOURCE- Ng£r Braunfels • &3q££4}p0■ Nev* location! 24V Beguess 35 South a    ‘    ■ ^*3    th    .»HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE? Have you been diagnosed with, or think you may have, high blood pressure? lf so, you may qualify for a research study of an investigational medication to treat high blood pressure. Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years of age. lf you qualify for this study, you may receive at no cost to you: V Study related physical exam and laboratory testing V Investigational study medication or placebo (you have a I in 12 chance of receiving placebo during part of the study) V Compensation for your time and travel Central Texas Health Research(830) 609-0900 705-A LANDA STREET* NEW BRAUNFELS COMAL COUNTY, NEW BRAUNFELS, GARDEN RIDGE, HOUSEHOLD CHEMICAL WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAM SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2005 BRING YOUR HOUSHOLD CHEMICAL WASTE COLLECTION DAY WILL BE: SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2005 9:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. BEHIND FIRE STATION #2, 4120 LOOP 337 NEW BRAUNFELS CHECKLIST OF ITEMS TO BRING Recyclable Used Motor OU Used Oil Filters Auto Batteries Anitfree/.e Paint Trash Ammunition Explosives Hares Brake Fluid Flerbicides Pesticides Pool Chemicals Old Gasoline Cleaning Products Drain Cleaners Oven Cleaners Spot Cleaners Home Cleaners Furniture Polish Paint Supplies Paint Thinners Paint Strippers Spary Cans Solvents Lacquer THESE ITEMS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED Medical Waste Fireworks Commercial Waste Gas Cylinders Smoke Detectors Radioactive Material Industrial Waste TiresTIPS ON PREPARING & TRANSPORTING WASTES Leave material in their original containers. Separate different types of waste. Boxes with dividers make good packaging. Never mix products, even if you know what they are. lf labels are missing, identify the contents if you can. Wrap bottles with newspaper (for cushioning). lf a container is leaking, you can place it into a larger container and use cat litter as an absorbent. Don’t transport the wastes in the same part of your vehicle with children or pets. MINIMIZE HOUSHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTES Make a commitment to reduce the amount of hazardous waste in your home. Avoid buying products that contain toxic materials when you can. Consider safer substitutes. For example, use cedar chips instead of mothballs. Also, buy only what you need so you won’t have to store leftover products. Store hazardous materials in a cool place, away from children and pets, until the next Household Chemical Collection Day. For information contact: Carol J. Edgett, Project Manager 830-608-8656 Sande Parker 830-620-3835 ;

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