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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas NDAY NOVEMBER 2003 HOME AGAIN Coin toss earns Canyon another playoff football game at but New Braunfels and Smithson Valteygo on the road this Page IB i UFIE RED HOT Honey Jones makes a mean pot 6f chili mean enough to win top prize at an international cookoff in Page it Serving h In i III H i 32 4 sections CLICK WWW 8I1II56825II00002IIII6 StOIMV High Low 72 62 Details 3B 3BY ciAssineos ib COMICS 6C dfidSSWORD 6C FORUM 4A i BUSINESS SPORTS TV GRIDS 46 1B FRONT and CENTER walk Saturday benefiting the Community Hoanan Yu and his familyget ready before the event awareness of growing diabetes threat Jimdnez Staff Writer About 150 runners raided almost Saturday for cprnmunity programs at the West Side Cornmunity Center during the Moot for Fitness health The walkrun was organised by vohpteeVs and the Jnstjrute for Pub lic alth ahdEducatlon Research to promote awareness of a growing prqbjem in Dvan was orje of Scooter Storg ehiployees who par ting into the habit to maintain wife and I see it as an to start He told himself if he could run three he could run more ffe has challenged himself to run in the marry charitable runs in the this Nichols ptens to run toi the Jfcce with aTwfct up the Tower of Americas in San The commitment is one the pub lic health institute hopes to pro mote as annual run continues through of the things that Latinos 4ontdQ is they Carlos a New Braun fels physician who helped orches trate Saturdays Research shows that walking 30 to 45 five days a week makes all the difference in the he One in four Comal County resi dents has or will have diabetes if current trends Most patients 75 percent can improve their health by getting more exercise and watching their Campos o The otber goalof the raise The money will go to support the many cpmrnunity at the centervincluding two betes education pripgrarns starting One teach the general public about Jiabetes and its The See Page 3A Body of woman found by roadway By Ron Maloney Staff Writer SPRING BRANCH A 77yearold Spring Branch woman found dead along side a county road Saturday morning apparently died of natural fire destroyed her A motorist found Earlene Cavanahs body in the 300 block of West Branch Crossing early Saturday morning a couple of hours after Cavanahs burnt up car had been found in a driveway just up the Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Diana Campos pronounced Cavanah dead at in the 300 block of West Branch The body was taken to the Iravis County MedicalExarniners Office in Austin for but foul play was not v Jim who investigated the said Cavanahs car probably broke down Fri day She apparently had mechanical trou ble and the car caught Rose It would appear that she attempted to walk Rose said Cavanah could have become disoriented on the dark which is just off Rebecca Springs Road and west of Canyon Rose said he did not know what caused Cavanahs She was found about five feet from the down a small We dont know if she stumbled and had a heart attack or died of expo Rose DAVID Employees of Zoeller Funeral Home remove the body of Earlene who was found dead Saturday morning alongside a country Constable sergeant Smith to run for Precinct By Dylan Staff yyriter Freeing Randy Galto4o for th pslt two to wjU Smith has tew emergency medical and fire protection He sgd loate forward to the cornrawntty interaction of the which goes Sgt SrjjiJh hsp Jjye4 jjj now lives in Precinct J as a result Smith wants jhj eitfeens of Prewjjet g tfl kjlQW tteff fe a constetoie there arid available I wlnt to bring something bjeri thf Sft inf ttm fe well MMy goal is to be Smith said he hopes to win thje trust and respect of the cit arid comroissioners enough to someday hire four iMT and arson invpstigation He has workeo as a materials techni served on the dtreitprs Iw the Bracken Volunteer The filing period for the 2004 elec tion is to tion will be con ducted March The gener election wit be always working
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