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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEFTUNG October Rove makes fourth grand jury appearance WASHINGTON AP Karl Rove testified to a grand jury for the fourth and final time Fri smiling as he emerged from hours of questioning about his possible role in the leak of a covert CIA officers White House spokesman Scott McClellan said that state ments in the summer that Rove retained the presidents confi dence remained McClellan declined repeatedly to utter words of confidence Prosecutors had warned Rove before his latest grand jury appearance that there was no guarantee he would not be The grand jurys term is due to expire Karl continues to do his duties as deputy chief of staff and senior adviser to the presi McClellan What I said previously still Rove spent about hours inside the federal and left without commenting to His Robert said Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald has not advised Rove that he is a target of the investigation and affirmed that he has made no decision con cerning The special counsel has indicated that he does not anticipate the need for Roves further Fitzgerald has a variety of options as he weighs whether anyone broke a law that bars the intentional unmasking of a covert CIA Defense lawyers increasingly are con cerned Fitzgerald might pursue other charges such as false obstruction of jus tice or mishandling of classified Until three months the White House had denied that Rove and Vice President Dick Cheneys chief of Lewis Scooter were involved in leaking the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame in The White House denials gave way to no comments fol lowing revelations in July that Rove and Libby had been sources for Time magazine reporter Matt Cooper in a story that identified the wife of Bush administration critic and former Ambassador Joseph New York Times reporter Judith Miller testified twice in recent days about three con versations she had with Libby in June and July 2003 regarding Wilson and Delay associates released on bond in case Texas AP for two co defendants of Tom DeLay made it clear Friday theyre not in the same rush to get to tri al as the former House majority leader and they want to distance themselves in other ways as The defense team for Jim Ellis and John Colyandro is hoping to persuade appeals courts to dismiss the DeLay has said he wants to get to trial as quickly as Ellis and Colyandro were released Friday on personal bonds on the two most recent charges against them stemming from allega tions of campaignfinance wrongdoing in 2002 Texas legislative DeLay can go to trial when he wishes to without And well pursue the process that weve invoked and hopefully get a ruling from the appellate court that brings all this to an said attorney who repre sents State District Judge Bob Perkins on Friday agreed to wait for rulings from an appeals court on motions to dismiss charges before setting a trial Ellis and Colyandro all are awaiting trial in the case in which prosecutors allege there was a scheme to circumvent Texas ban on using corporate money for state legislative cam Pauerstein and attorney Joe who rep resents also said they had no part in television ads that a national conservative organ ization began running this week criticizing the prosecution of Turner said the ads were inappropriate and should be Passport for Reading program concludes with prizes By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer New Braunfels students raised thousands of dollars just by simply picking up books this Students from elemen tary schools in Comal and New Braunfels school dis tricts raised about for school libraries by par ticipating in the Passport for Reading Isabel project manager for Marketplace shopping center and a Passport said the students were encouraged to record books in a pass port over the summer and turn the passports in for For every passport turned the elementary school libraries received The elementaries with the first and second highest number of participants received a special quilt from the Quilt Tor res The quilt says Readers are Hoffmann Lane Elemen tary had the most partici pants with 122 and Memorial Elementary was second with Becky a library volunteer and coowner of Marketplace shopping cen said she started Pass port three years ago to DAVID Participants in this years Passport for Reading pro gram look at summer program encourages students to read books over the summer and record them in a Elementary school libraries received for every passport turned and students who participated received a party and a goody The top two schools with the most readers also received a special encourage elementary schoolchildren to read over summer Even if they dont have exciting vacations sched they can read about the places they want to go or the things they want to she Parties with goody bags and ice cream were provid ed for all students who par All 477 partici pants received goody bags packed with items from businesses such as the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung and Cinema Door prizes were provided by Hastings Bookstore and other stores in Market Wiggins said it was dis appointing that state reg ulations prohibited chil dren at Comal ISD from having ice cream during school Those stu dents received gift certifi cates for ice cream Despite the change of Wiggins thinks the program accomplished its I just think their future success depends on an interest in Wig gins ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the follow in Antoine Lamar Canyon failure to main tain financial responsibility expired license plate sex offense Robert Eric violation of promise to appear possession of plastic foam on Joel Victor San failure to while license WiUie Dewayne New public intoxica Brian Keith Canyon burglary of a motor David John Canyon minor in possession of an ajcoholic Sidney Johnson violation of prom ise to appear theft by check between and fail ure to two theft by Hector Leyva San assault causing bodily Salvador Sanchez New violation of promise to while license Magdaleno Resendiz New public Joseph Alan Spring manufacture or delivery of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group Genaro Flores Ortiz New no drivers license no insurance pos session of less than 2 ounces of Veronica Guadalupe New driving MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD while license Laurie Katherine New driving while license Joe Jon Canyon manufacture or deliv ery of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled sub penalty group Joe Louis New violation of prom ise to search or transport public intoxication failure to appear violation of proba Paul Michael New possession or transport of a chemical with intent to manufacture a controlled Walter Eugene Stark Health Benefits Related GEAR STOP On 135 Vehicle Accessories Rhino Linings Grille Guards Running Boards Audio Video OUR TOMXIAUTY TNT omxs TUB SAFTSY proHd Dollar Llramd UMkm tbnuMinn Vtararty PH 830 6068513 189 H 35 SOUTH NEXT TO BLUEBONNET JEEP JOHN HORANS practice 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