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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 12 IThursday, July 21, 2011 | Box fan anve to help battle summer heat ByJsnaCooMge The Herald Mung Longhorn Title of South Texas, the newi'st title Company in New Braunfels, is lelping the community cool down one fan at a time. f’iirtnc'reH with the Comal i ountv BOX FAN DRIVE Now until Aug. 15 at longhorn Title J25 S. (]astel1 Avc., or Senior (Center, 655 l anda St. Call (830) 620-1110 Senior ( entc’T, I ( ) n g -h o r n Title IS hosting a ( ) \ T a n Dr i v(', .1 n cl asking t h (> { o m niunitv tor fan donations to help ( ornai ( ounty c iti/c»ns siirvivi' the notorious triple-digit summer. ■'It’s so hot, It's all anyone (<m think or talk al)out,' s.Mcl M'l issa Stc'c'i, I onghorn Title business d('veio[)ing and marketing r('prc's«»ntativ('. l’c‘ople are very vulnerable in this kind oi heaf. so this Is .» very lifne-related ,tnd worthy ( cUise Nt'w box Ians can be flro()p(‘d otf now until Aug. I S at I onghorn Title, iJS S ( ast«>ll ,^ve or at the ( omal ( ount\ Senior ( enter, (ri'i I anda St. Tor intormatiori. call *810) 1 10. Tie for Crime Stoppers award ByMondoMouNrlt Ttie Herald-Zeitung This year's Comal Crime SropptTs Investigator of the Year rate ended in a tie. The triumphant lnvc‘sti-gators solved a case together. And they are so g(K)d, that they had solvc'd the crime and gotten a corifession even l>pfore the victim knew she was victimized. "She expressed a lot of gratituck*," said one of this year's rtx ipients, Det. [uan Leyba of the Comal County Sheriff's Office. "She thought she had just lost her wallet." Leyba received a plaque recognizing his win Wi'dnesiJay miring a ceremony at Mamacita's Restaurant-Cantina in New Braunfels. He told how he and fellow Investigator of the Year Deputy Scott I ange received an anonymous text message through Crime Stoppers alerting them to a grt)Ui) of Canyon Ttigh Scnooi students involved in the crime. One of the girls worked at a store wh(>re the vic- tim had left her wallet, Leyba said. He said the tip-* ster said the girl spent the money from tw wallet and used credit cards for her own advantage. They got the girl to confes ancl then worked their way backward to discciver the vic-tim's identity, Leyba said. He said they told the victim and she thanked them. "Without Crime Stoppers and espec iaily the text program, we couldn't do the* what we've been doing," Leyba said. The Investigator of the Year award is open to anyone who used the Crime Stoppers program to solve a case, said joshua Wright^ chairman of the Crime Stoppers board of directors. This is Lange^ seconrl year in a row winning the award. Last year, he won for cracking a case using a text tip as well. Comal County Crime Stoppers, which began operating in 1*186, has c eared 61 7 offenses to date\ Wright said. He said 48 offenses have been cleared using Crime* Stop per so far this year Anyone wanting to |)ro-vide an anonymous tip to Crime Stoppers can do so by dialing (8U)) 620 TIPS (8477) or toll free (800) 640-8422, both numbers are answered 24 hours a Or a tipster c an t(*xt the word "Comal" and their tip to ( RIMI S on a mobile phone. Tips may also be* submitted via the world wide we 1 ) a t vv w w.c om a I -crimestoppc' The Guadalupe River flows over Horseshoe Falls on Tuesday WASHINGTON (AP) Agency introduces privacy scanners The ISA s.iys it is installing tec iinologv in some airports to allow tr.iv-(‘if'rs to go throu-^h ( hc( k-[)oint s(‘(uritv and ha\(' a g(*nc‘ri( outlin(' ot the IxxK' lo 1)(‘ shown instc'ad ot an iniagc ot,) naked bodv Tfie agc'H( v savs the change is intend»'(I to protcc t [)riva( v rights \\(iftc> s('( tiring ( om-inerc lal .iir fra\('l, FAUS Continued from page 1 nor did hc‘ place any malt' in the tl(KKlf)lain. Rather, Mr. I )hooghe r('moved mat('rial from i the tioodplain. So bcn ausc* ■ the c'vidt'nce did not ni(H‘l ; the elements ot the* I ottens(‘, the charge was i dismissf'd for insuffic ic'nt ; evidcvnc c*." I [)hooghe said the <)wn- ers have gone out of their way to b(> good stc*wards ot the river. "We did not c reate a hazard," Ohooghc' said. The dismissal is fust the latc'sl development in the Horseshoe Tails saga, v\hich bc'gan in Decem-lier 200S when the landovvncT sought a state pc'rmil to rc'store the falls, which had become filled with flood debris. According to publishc*d rc'[)orts, Ttorseshoe Falls had been the site ot numerous deaths over the ycMrs. The [)ermit was grant-c'd in 2009 and the work was done, restoring the tails' drop-off. After thc' rc'storation was accomplished, thc' Water Oriented Rcxrealion District of Comal (ounty asked the Texas Piirks and Wildlife Department to have the work undone to protect the tubing and <ayaking public. But in August 2010, TIWD r(*[)orted that an engineer had examinc'd LAURA McKENZIE I Herald-Zeitung th(‘ site, did test runs with tubes and kayaks, and con(luded that the revamped falls did not create a dangerous situation - and that no further action from Parks and Wildlife would be necessary. In December 2010, WORD approved tunciing for a study to take another l(K)k at Horseshoe* Falls and de'termine if any further safety work is nc‘ed-ed. That study is currently on hold due to low river flow s causc'd by extende*d drought, but will be* con-ductc'd oncc' river levels normalize, said WORT^ General Manager Mike Dussere. Websites continue to warn river-goers ot the falls. says the falls are' "never [)ass-able. Fiere, the river [plummets over a horseshoe-shaf)c'd ridge and crashes approximate'ly 6 to 8 feet downward. A strong undertow is created by the falls." 1692 Hwy. 46 South . 830-629-3775 cl ear s p r I n g s r es t a ura n t .com " HOTEL & BREWING CO. Live Team Trivia • Thursday Nights 8 pm • Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place Live Music • Wednesday nights 7 pm • THE FAUST HOTEi. 240 S. Seguin Avc. • (S30) 625-7791 (I’rcsM)) • Just Jed’s Toy Run on Satui^y ByJenaCooNdge Ttie Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels re'sident )c‘s Sc haefer gre^w up on the-stree>ts. She lived with countk'ss foste>r familie's and at one point calk'd a pipe* stufted with snow for insu lation her home. Inspire^d by her tumul tuous childhood, Schaefc*r has s|)ent the past eight years hel()ing unde‘r-[>rivi-leged families re*ceive Christmas gifts and c rucial ne‘ce>ssitic*s tor the cold winter months. With donations going to the Family I ife ( enter, Sc haefc’r is inviting the* Ne*w Braunfels community to partici()ate in the tourth annual "Just les's Toy Run Fundraiser." "I grew u() in the stree*ts with nothing and nobocK was there," Schaetc'r said. "My heart rc'ally goc's out to these pe*t)ple. You don't realize how much this means to the'm." Starting at 8 p.m. Satur-da)', |uly 2 5, those involve'd will embark on a IS-mik* motorcycle* ride U'aving from ( jrue'ne Harley (^avif j son, 1288 I oop i 57 and ending at Texas Prick' BB(.^, 2980 F. Loop 1604 S Costing $1 'S per pe'rson, the fundraiser occurs twic c' a year and funds a final Toy Run that delivers gifts to various Comal County fam- TOY RUN FUNDRAISBR \VHi:N:8p.m. Saturday WHl Rlv: Staits at (irucnc Harley-Davidson* 1288 Loop 337 and ends at Texas TVkieBB(^,2980 V. loop liiO'i south (X)ST: $1.S |ier person CON TACT ; (S.M)) 623-7100 ilic's on the> third Saturd.iy ot DC'c enibe'r. l.a^t year, more than $‘)0() was raised and serve'd 27 t.irnilk's .tnd a tot<il ot 72 ( hildre'n. "There' ate |)e'0()le in ( (Ountv who don't have heat or lights, and live right here in tlie comrriuni-ly 111 sha( ks vvith dirt tloors/' Sch.tlter said. "We' ne*e'd he<ite-rs tor those' larn-I Tie's." S( hae'te'r hope's to double last s |)roc i't'ds. "I would like' th(' ( om-munitv to know that e'very l)it helps," Schae'tc'r said, "last \c'ar, more' than 2,000 t.imilies applie'd tor he*lp, and tins yc'ai the'rc' is going to b(' niore.' Re'gistration starts at 50 p.m. at ( irue'iK' Fiaric'v-Davidson Tor more inlorniatioii, c on-taet family i ite* ( e'litc'r at i8 5()l ()25-7 100. If debt deal near, Obama would approve stopgap WASHINGTON (AP) Running out ol time, President Barack ( )bama softenc'd his stand and sig nak'd Wc'cinc'sday he' would back a short-term deal to prevent a disastrous tinan cial default on Aug. 2, but only if a larger and still elusive deficit-cutting agreement was essentially in place. FTe calk'd lawmakers to the White Fiouse in a scramble to find enough votes from both Republicans and his own [>arty, Obama met vvith the Democratic leaders of the* Fiouse and Senate, and the'!! separate'ly with 1 louse S|)eak('r John Boc'hnc'r and hisdi'puty, Majority Le'ader Trie ( antor, in hope's of eobhling togc'the'r a big c»)m|)romis('. All signs pointc'd to a k'gislativc' tight that would play out to the end. The pre'sident, [)ush-ing tor a deal that would e ut the nation's budget detic it ae ross the next ck'c ade and e'xtencl the' gov-e'rnnu'nt’s t.ippc'd-ouf borrowing powe'r through the' a[)proae hing elen tion yc'ar, had thrc'alene'd to ve'to any stopgaj) exi)aivsic)n i)f the nation's dc'ht limit. 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