New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 15, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
COMPLETE COMÀL GOUNTY PREP FOOTBALL REPORT BEGINS ON TB
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SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852
■'-fyTwo more rabies cases in Comal
By Datondo Moultrie
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
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
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COACH TAKES KNEE ... POPS QUESTION
Dawn Lee reacts to the wedding ptoposal sfie received frodi Mark Williams during a pep rally on Thursday.
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
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.
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► 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.
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