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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 13, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zettung — Sunday, February 13, 2011 Matters of Public Record ■a'iwr#-, Bom st Christut Santa Rota — New Braunfels Woman's Services: ♦ Chance Wade Schievelbein was bom on Feb. 9 He weighed nine pounds and seven ounces. His parents are Holly McKee and Evan Schievelbein. His grandparents are Carrie Hayes and Mark McKee; Rebecca and Tim Schievelbein. ♦ Dean Marshal Tipton was born Feb. 8 at 3:24 p.m. He weighed eight pounds and seven ounces. His parents are Cherish Newman and Cory Tipton. His grandparents are Vicki and Paul Garrrty and Linda and Daniel Shepard. ♦ Maelli Ysette Torres was born on Feb. 8 at 12:08 p.m. She weighed seven pounds and nine ounces. Her mother is Monica Yvette Torres Her grandparents are Myriam and Gumaro Madera. ♦ McKenna Lynn Vincent was born Feb. 8. She weighed six pounds and 13 ounces. Her parents are Sean and Tabitha Vincent Her grandparents are Lenville and Judy Chatt and Thomas and Jeanne Vincent ♦ Liam Thomas Miller was born Feb. 7. His parents are Thomas ad Amanda Miller. His grandparents are Julie Spurgeon and Don and Linda Miller ♦ Charles Thomas Smith was born Feb 7 at 1:36 p m. He weighed nine pounds. His parents are Heather and Dale Smith. His grandparents are Kim and Thomas E. Runkel and Thomas W. Runkel; Charlotte Smith and the late Dale Smith Sr. ♦ Avery Jaelynn Perez was born Jan 27 at 7:15 p.m. She weighed six pounds and 14 ounces. Her parents are Joe and Amanda Perez. Her grandparents are Jose and Irene Lopez and Jose and Cynthia Perez. Avery's big brother is Azuriah Joel Perez. ♦ Zachary Lee Hill was born Feb. 3 at 2:39 p.m. He weighed seven pounds and 11 ounces. His parents names are Joshua Lee Hill and Marta D. Enriquez. His grandparents are Evangelina and Jose Enriquez and Kathy Elizabeth and Curtis Lee Hill. ♦ Gracen Diane Spruell was bom on February 2 at 1:40 p.m. She weighed seven pounds and 12 ounces. Her parents are Alex and Joan Spruell. Her grandparents are Rick and Cathy Tuffentsaimer and Buster and Deeann Spruell and Elaine Funari. MARRIAGES Marriages recorded in Comal County between Feb. 3-10: ♦ Clayton Noble and Katie Weber ♦ Angel Fernandez Jr. and Hilda Didion IN BRIEF From staff reports FAMILY FARMS, LOCAL FOODS EDUCATION DAY SET Lx>cal food supporters from all over Texas will gather from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday at the Capitol to meet with legislators about issues concerning family farms and local foods. The event is free, open to the public and organized by the Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA), a Texas-based non-profit that advocates for independent agriculture and citizens who support local foods. On the day of the event, the group will convene for a short meeting about citizen activism, communicating effectively with legislators, and specific bills the Legislature is considering- For information and to RSVR visit www.farmandranch-freedom.org/upcoming-meetings. NB MUSIC STUDY GROUP OFFERS SCHOLARSHIPS New Braunfels Music Study Club will offer two scholarships to graduating seniors planning to major in music for their freshman year of study at a college or university. Applicants must reside in either Comal or Guadalupe County and apply by the Feb. 25 deadline. Auditions will be March 26. Only vocal or instrumental students may apply. Forms are available in area school counselor offices or by contacting Johnana Clark at (830) 557-6145. COURT AT LAW ♦ Stacy Lynri Adame, theft of property between $50 and $500, Fine $50, /ail term 180 days, probation term 12 months. ♦ Robin Renee Adame, deadly conduct, deferred adjudacation, fine $1,750, probation term 12 months. ♦ Joshua Antonio Aleman, theft property between $50 and $500, non-prosecution affadavit, uncooperative victim. ♦ Mark Edward Alsobrooks, possession mariiuana between two and four ounces, dismissed for plea in. ♦ Oralia Alvarado, motion to revoke probation, dismissed - per probation recommendation, driving while intoxicated. ♦ Anjelica Alvares, possession mariiuana less than two ounces, non-prosecution affidavit, DEF PLED in cause #. ♦ Feliberto Mireles Alvarez, tamper with identification numbers personal property, no contest-jail, jail term 44 days. ♦ Daniel Aragon, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension, no contest-jail, fine $250, jail term 15 days. ♦ Ricky Gary Barron, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted - (Warr# complaint), fine $1,000, jail term 180 days, probation term 12 months. ♦ Christopher Roy Beagle, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,000, jail term 180 days, probation term 12 months. ♦ Julie Clancy Bemos, speeding, DADJ unsupervised, fine $100. ♦ Kyle James Berg, theft of property between $20 and $500 by check, dismissed. ♦ Stephen Anthony Bernhard, possession drug paraphernalia, dis- missed for plea in. ♦ Stephen Anthony Bernhard, V0C-fireworks regulation, dismissed for plea in. ♦ Michael Blake Blackmon, motion proceed with adjudication, motion denied continued probation. ♦ Dennis Michael Bonds, sale to minors-alcohol-dismissed. ♦ Joel Craig Brenton, driving while intoxicated 2ND, plead guilty-sent prob., fine $4,000, probation term 24 months. ♦ Jessica Beatrice Brewer, resist arrest search of transport, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $500, probation term 12 months. ♦ Matthew David Brewer, possession marijuana less than two ounces, acquitted by court-PTI completed. ♦ Marc Anthony Buitron, Assault causes bodily injury family violence, non-prosecution affidavit-interest of justice. ♦ Janet Ramos Caballero, MOT. proceed with adjudication, probation adjudicated, possession of marijuana less than two ounces, drug free zone, jail term 210 days. ♦ Michael Jareb Camacho, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,000, jail term 180 days, probation term 18 months. ♦ Christy Gayle Carlson, theft property by check between $20 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation term six months. ♦ Ryan Dennis Casey, failure to identify fugitive intent give false info, no contest-jail, fine $500, jail 60 days. ♦ Ryan Dennis Casey -fleeing police officer, non prosecution affidavit- DEF PLED in. ♦ Javier Rene Castilleja-motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke denied; C favsicjs/jo£r February 15th, 2011 (3rd Tuesday) Knights of Columbus 111 Lamia St.. New Braunfels 7:30 - 10 p.m. FEATURED ARTISTS: Victoria Jolesar - Vocalist Gene Hendricks - Vocalist Arnold Parker - Vocalist $7 Cover Doors open at 6 p.m. All proceeds go to support Comal County Meals on Wheels. We have :i chocolate truffles, j turtles & more! Open this Sunday Noon - 5 270 W. San Antonio St. (830) 214-6471 I Across the street from Dancing Pony v C ----- ■ • .*» • ........ ‘ • Fashion Boutique 249 W. San Antonio Downtown New Braunfels Mon-Sat 10-6 »Sun 12-5 (830) 626-7669 (PONY) OVER 5 DECADES OF TAX EXPERTISE. ACCEPT NOTHING LESS. H&R BLOCK* ©2010 HRB Tax Group. Inc 651 N Business I 35, Suite 1120, In The Marketplace • New Braunfels, TX 78130 Phone: 830-625-0109 • Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 8:00 pm Sat 9 00 am to 5:00 pm Se habla Español Sun. 12 Noon to 5:00 pm Call TODAY! 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Texas Health Research (830) 609-0900 motion to revoke probation, motion to revoke denied extended 6M from DOD, assault causes bodily injury family violence. ♦ Ben Garcia Castillo, driving while intoxicated, plead guilty-sent. prob., fine $1,000, probation term 12 months. ♦ Fidel Daniel Cerda, assault causes bodily injury, non-prosecution affidavrt-victim does not wish to prosecute. ♦ Caroline Jane Certain, Poss. CS PG 3 less than 28G, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,000, jail term 300 days, probation 18 months ♦ Frederick Chandler Jr., obstructing passageway, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $1,500, probation term 12 months. ♦ Gerardo Jr. Chapa, burglary of vehicle deferred adjudication, fine $750, probation term 18 months. ♦ Christen Lane Cherry, possession marijuana less than two ounces, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,000, jail term 180 days, probation 18 months.. ♦ Benjamin Marcos Cieneros, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $1,200, jail term 180 days, probation 12 months. ♦ Toni Renee Colarelli, theft property by check between $20 and $500, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $200, probation term six months. ♦ Beau Emerson Colwell, possession of marijuana less than two ounces, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $600, probation term 12 months. ♦ Rudy Contreras, fail to identify giving false/ficticious info, no contest-probation granted, fine $300, jail term 120 days, probation term 12 months; driving while license suspended ENH, no contest-probation granted, fine $300, jail term 120 days, probation term 12 months. ♦ Edward Cortez, driving while intoxicated, no contest-probation granted, fine $750, jail term 90 days, probation term 12 months. ♦ Richard G. Cox, possession marijuana less than two ounces, no contest-deferred adjudication, fine $600, probation 15 months. ♦ Jason Thomas Crisp, driving while intoxicated 2ND, non-prosecution affidavit-in the interest of justice. ♦ Rhyan R. Crisp, theft property by check more than $500 and less than $1,500, no contest-deferred adjudication, fine $300, probation term 12 months. ♦ Adam Wayne Currie, public intoxication, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $100, probation term 90 days. ♦ Susan Tracy Davenport, possession marijuana less than two ounces, dismissed deferred adjudication, fine $2,000. ♦ Morgan Chanel Davis, assault causes bodily injury family violence, dismissed. ♦ Jon Daniel De La Garza, driving with license invalid W/PREV C0NV/SUSP/W/0 FIN RES, fine $100, probation term six months. ♦ Daniel Albert Decento, driving W/UC INV W/PREV C0NV/SUSP/W/0, non-prosecution affidavit-to be filed in. ♦ Felice Defalco, speeding, DADJ/UNSUPERVISED-fine $50, probation term 90 days. ♦ Bobby Rendon Deleon, DRIVING W/UC INV W/PREV C0NV/SUSP/W/0 FIN RES, no contest-jail, fine $300, jail 60 days. ♦ Jeremy Lee Diaz, possession marijuana less than two ounces, deferred adjudication, fine $350, See COURT, Page 7A Come and visit Tex-Specs Eye Exams ft Optical The only optical in New Braunfels to cany Fendi Frames! 10% off Total Purchase. 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