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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 15, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas COMPLETE COMÀL GOUNTY PREP FOOTBALL REPORT BEGINS ON TB 50o New Braunfels SATURDAY OCTOBER 15. 2011 Herald í^Zeitung h e r a I d - z e 11 u n g c o m SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852 ■'-fy Two more rabies cases in Comal By Datondo Moultrie The Herald-Zeitung Ottk lals <i( knovvkHlgt'd Friday thi> tifth anfl sixth con-firmed cases of ral)u*s in ( omal ( 'ouhfy. And one ofti( lal said (ur-rent drought conditions in Texas lould tontributi’ to a rise in the nuniln'r ot rabies (ases reportefl ► ARREST IHOP incident nets lai Police: NB man took over kitchen to cook own food By Dalondo Moultrie The Herald-Zeitiing A|)[)arently dissatistied with the servK e at a lot al restaur.int, a New Brauntels man dc'cided to take' matters into his own lianfls and prepare his own mi'al. S t e p h (' n Muhael Sid-dall, 52, was intoxitaK'd at tlu' time anil later went to SiddaTl C omal ( otin-t\ jail on a [)ublit intoxix ation charge, a police spokesman said. Sidclall was at Intt'rnation-al House of I’antakes MHOP), «17 N. Interstate 55, when his at tions led managc'ment to c hangc' the pc'rson waiting oti him, said 11. HiMth Purvis of the* Nc'w Braunic'Is Polit t' Department. I’urvis said the change upset Siddall, who then voic c*d discotitent with the food. “App.irently at that time, he was not satisfied with how his mc'al was |)re-pared," Purvis Sciid. "So he atlem()ted to enter the kitchen area to cook his own meal/' Police arrived at the restaurant about 1;.V0 a.m. F riclay and learned that Sicl-dall had been at home See IHOP. Page 8A Latest involve bats; NB woman exposec Thc’ l.itf'st cases of r.ibid ani mais tound wc'rc' ot bats r('f)ort('d Sept. 28 and ( )c t. I, said (hr 1st ine M.inn, spoki'spc'Tsori tor the Depart ment of State' 1 iealth Sc'rvic c's in Austin. Sh(‘ said she was unsure* where' in the' ( ounis the Sc'pt. 2H reported case hap|K'm*d l)ut the one on ( )( t I was in Nc'W Brauntc'ls. ( )n lh.it date, .i bat fk'vv into a woman's t.it<», aftc'r which sh(' was al)l(' to c apturc' it and put rt in hc'r Irec'/cT, Matin said. Sht' s.ml the wom.in turnc'cl over the bat to health offi( lals who confirmed the animal was rabid, and the* woman began taking post-exposure mji‘ctions. Prior to the newc'st casc's, two more l)ats, a c at and a skunk prt)vc'd rabid in the* county, M.inn said. Doug Steen, assistant district director ot the Texas Wildlife Damage Manage-mc'nt Service's ('ollege Station distric t, said the number of rallies c ases are up ac ross the state. The numbers Ic'ad him to only one conclusic)n. See BATS, Page 8A ONUNE Scan this QR code to learn more about rabies or visit cdc gov/rabies. COACH TAKES KNEE ... POPS QUESTION SÍM.Í Dawn Lee reacts to the wedding ptoposal sfie received frodi Mark Williams during a pep rally on Thursday. Submitted piiotos HE SCORES! Pep rally proposal pays off Mark Wiitianis nins through a break-through banner asking Dawn Lee's tiand in niarriage. By Betty Taylor 1 he Herald-Zeitung Mark VVillianis is now in his 2()th yc'ar of tc'ac hing at Oak Run Middle School. Williams coac hes olf-sc'ason athlc'tics, PI. and golt and also tc'ac hes art c lasses at Oak Run. On Ihursdav, hec .irric'd out a sfX' ( lal piali for tlic' sc hool pep r.dly that surprised nearly evc'ryone, c'spc'c iaily Dawn Lc^e and her 8-year-old daughter, Madyson I t'C'. Williams carried out a marriage proposal that involved thc' entire student body. It included the chc'erleaders, dance team and some well-[)lacc'd parc'nts and students See PROPOSAL, Page 8A Decorated soldier and veterans’ advocate Camareno passes away By Betty Taylor The Herald-Zeitung Manuel Camareno, Sr., a true' advocate of veteran's rights, f)assecf away Wc'dnesday at the age ot H1. Manuel was born Oct. 19 U) in New f^raunfels to Felix ('amareno and Maria Castro ('amareno. Manuel, a retired Army Master Sgt., had a 20-year career iri the military and served abroad in Korea and had tw'o tours ot duty in Vic'tnam, A rc'c ipic'nt of the l^ron/c' Star, Camareno was known locally for his countlc'ss hours that he spc'nt lobbying for better sc'rvic -k)r veterans and disal)lc»d vc't-erans. He also made' sure flags wc're |)lacc'd at all six cc'meter-ies, at veterans grave' site's and funt'ral Itoiiu's. Honor, rc'spt'cl and [latriot-ism were core to Miinuc'rs litc' as a disablc'd ve'te'tan, and he wantc'cl to make' sure that others who had servc'd their country wc're honored as well. I k' was also kind, tunny and seemt'd to make fric'nds wiu'reve'r hc' went. Anel he* wc'nt many plac es on his crus.ide to make life better lor vetc'rans in lexas and across the' Unitc'd Stiitc's. "He W'.is a true' patriot," said |an Kennady, ('omal (ounty See CAMARENO, Page 3A LAURA McKENZIE 1 Herald-Zeitung Manuel Camareno smiles Sept 2 while talking about his military training and career. P D f ^ U f flDupi HtpM h ViHM Itiaitt »0 o»H t HO I incUitlMiy a I ■ 1L« 11 V11 I I ” L« !«• 11 I „(„I I, ^1«;, j-j|^ ¿ti ii4y 4! )l QMÍ.a/BEER INSPIRED MENU 111(1 wi’iiii Aim Ki KiAijKAiir ni'i 11 ai <ti'M iiaii v Nt tiiiv nil) FOOTBALL SUNDAYS ► BORDER BUST XBman suspect in haul Officials: 116 pounds of pot discovered in truck search By DaloTKlo Moultrie The Herald- Zeitung A 4H-yeai'old New Braunte'Is man was arrested recently tr\ ing to sneak more than !()() pounds of marijuana into the' I ¡nite^d States, said a sf)oke'sman with the' Linitc'd State's ( us-toms and Border Patrol offk e in Larc'do. CBP did not gi\(‘ the man's name but said he was alone driving north trom ( ludacl Ac uña, Mexico, into Del Rio on ()c t. (>, (;BP s[)okesm<in Rick Pauza said. He said otticers found ()7 f)ac kets of marijuana in the man's auxiliar\ gas lank. It weighc'd about 1 lb pounds, with .> stre'e't value estimatc'd at $ 1 1 h,()()0. The l)ust c ame about after an officer at Dc'l Rio International Bridge referred tlu* drivc'r of a 2000 lord f -250 pickup truck to a secondary inspcH tion whic h k)und the contraband, Pauza said. He said c ustocK of the man was turned over k) Immigration ancl C/ustoms F_nk)rcement agents. WEATHER, 8A DEVIN SHAVV HOFFMANN LANE ELEMENTARY Sunny and mild High: 86 Low; 62 Abfey ...... Classifieds Comics ...... £m§svyQrils_.. Forum Obituaries Planner Sftfifts. TV JB IB Jft M JA M M Ifi 7B VolV 158 I No; 290 2 sections, 18 pages 8 *56825 00001 50 cents WWW tn J V ' • i- »fl ìit/' m I'-i» For breaking news, sports scoresv weather, traffic and mid-day updates, follow us on Twitter ©NewBraunfelsHZ in Learn what's in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts. Become a IMew Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan. Receive the Herald-Zeitung e-newsletter in your e-mail box each morning: herald-zeitung.com. Click 'Herald-Zeitung Mailing List'
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