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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 nOMMIINlTY FFII nWÇÎHIP PPFÇÏRYTFPiAN PFATIIPFH rA.ru  • m    mm m m mm»  50o  New Braunfels  I r-ni t t tf sjif-%  SATURDAY  JULY 16,2011  herald-zeitung.com  SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852  Davila &ces drug charge  Wimberly man 1 of 4 accused in death of man whose body was found in truck bed  By CMondoMouKrte    ing to court Hocumf'nts.    men ( ()ns()ir(*(l together anri with    rletet table amount of heroin,"  TheHerald-Zeitung    A federal grand jury handed    others to "possess with intent to    The bust was the resiilt of  A Wimberley man arre^sted last    down indic tments july 5 for con-    ilistribute and to distributt* five kilo-    months of investigation Iw the f t'f]  ear in connection with a dismt*m-    Sf)iracy to [)ossess with intent to    grams or more of a mixture and    eral Bureau of Investigations,  Soliz  Tovar  ye*a wr  New Braunfels recently was 18 f>cx)nle, including Eloy Davila jr. amount of ( (x aine" and a "mixture charged with drug dealing, accord- A( corning to the indictment, the ancf substance containing a  red body bc'ing driven through deliver ctxaine and heroin against substanc e containing a detec table spokesman ( rik Vasys said He  See DAVILA, Page 5A  ► DEBT SHOWDOWN  LANCE CPL. JOHN F. FARIAS    . ,  Platoon honors life foc^on of fallen NB Marine  Obama’s plea to ‘do something big’ doesn’t motivate lawmakers  k  ObatTia  Submitted photos  Marines ot 3rd Platoon, Company B, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, pay their final respects to CpI. Gurpreet Singh and Lance CpI. John F. Farias at the pass and review during a joint memorial service July 8 at Patrol Base Faheem, Afghanistan. The Marines of 1/5 paid tribute to the lives, services and sacrifices of the two heroes who were killed in action while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in the Northern Sangin Green Zone.  Commander: Farias ‘was well liked and very reliable’  By Keon Young  Special to ttie Herald-Zeitung PATROL BASE FAHEEM, Afghanistan  Marines and sailors from C'ompany B, 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, celc4)ratc‘d the life and service of Lance CpI. John F. Farias with a joint memorial service luly 8 at Patrol Base Faheem.  Farias, of New Braunfels, was killed in action June 28 while conducting combat operations against enemy forces in Sangin. Marines and sailors from across the battalion's area of (operations remembered the fallen hero along with CpI. Gurpreet Singh, a team leader and assistant  Farias  patrol leader for ird Platoon.  Farias, 20, is the son of Felix and Penny Farias. He attended Canyon High School, where he played football and started at  Marines with 3rd Platoon, Company B, 1st Battalion. 5th Marine Regiment, prepare to render the 21 gun salute in honor ot Lance CpI. John F, Farias during a joint memorial service July 8.  defensive end during all four years. Farias also power lifted all four years of high school and went to a regional compc'tition his senior year. After graduating  in 2009, he enlisted in the Marine Cor[)s and became a machine gunner before being assignc‘d to IAS.  "Farias was a well-roundt'd Marine. He was well likc'd and ver)' reliable," s^iid 1st Lt. Travis R. To[)olski, the ird Platoon com-mandc‘r, from Destin, Fla. "He taught me that making the Ix'st of the situation and not complaining, (()U[)kHl with a constant [K)S-itive attitude, goc’s a long ways and is contagious."  Topolski addc*d Farias' upbeat attitude and [personality was hard to su[)press. When the violence in the arcM pickt'd up and life got stressful, he lifted the Marines' morale and made them laugh.  "()iK' of my most rc'cent and See FARIAS, Page 5A  WASHINGTON (AP)  Struggling to avert an unpre( erlentcd national default, con .»ression.i I eaders jc*tti som'(I nc‘goti atioiis on .1 s w {' e ping defu it r(‘du( tion pai kag{‘  Friday (k'spitc a plivi trom PrcsidcMil Bar.u k ( Miania to "doM»m(>tliingbig to stabilize AriKtk .is lin.tix e^  Instead, lawmakers emb.irkc'd on ( oinpeting fallb.it k plans as ,i ( ntu al Aug. 2 deadlint' nc.iri'd, .) 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