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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG October 2005 Brownsville man jailed for drunken driving death By Ron StaffWriter A 21yearold Brownsville man pleaded guilty Thursday in District Court to intoxicated manslaughter in connection with a December 2003 auto mobile crash on Interstate Comal County Assistant District Attorney Joseph Soane III said Anthony Ruiz pleaded guilty in exchange for a 15 year sentencing Had Ruiz been convicted at he faced a possible sentence of up to 20 years in state The plea agreement came days before a trial was set to begin who is free on will be sen tenced 19 two years and two weeks after he caused the accident that took the life of Anna an 18 yearold University of Texas student who was driving home to San New Braunfels police Sean Gabbard said officers called to southbound 135 just south of Kohlenberg Road a little after 3 on found two demolished vehicles more than 100 feet apart surrounded by a large debris With the speeds it was massive in Gabbard Ruizs 2000 original ly southbound on the inter had somehow gotten turned Gabbard and was thought to have trav eled several miles northbound before striking the Hernandez Hernandez died at the The passenger in her Jesse also of San suffered major injuries and required months of surgery and This was one of the most tragic things wed ever seen or taken part Gabbard In the true sense of the this was a tragedy because it could have been White House waits another day in CIA leak probe WASHINGTON AP Working against the special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald weighed criminal charges against two top pres idential aides at the end of a twoyear investigation that put the White House in a state of high suspense Thursday Fitzgerald raced against a Friday expiration of the grand jury that has been investigat ing the exposure of covert CIA officer Valerie Flames Speculation flew across Wash ington about whom would be or whether Fitzger ald would even bring crimi nal At the top of the list presi dential adviser Karl Rove and vice presidential chief of staff Lewis Scooter Both men put in their normal long day at the White The prospect of indictments added to the woes of an administration already facing serious political On a day when the White House dealt with the with drawal of Supreme Court nominee Harriet Rove attended the daily meeting of the senior staff and met with the president late in the Libby was said to have passed up the staff meet ing to attend a security brief Two blocks from the White who has been running the criminal investigation for nearly two was at work in his Washington consider ing his next moves in the Both Rove and Libby have been advised that they could be charged with possibly for false statements to the grand jury that has been hearing testimony about discussions with reporters about Plames MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following 2005 Vincent Arron violation of promise to causing bodily injury to a family Christopher Glenn San theft between and no seat belt no Jake Bryan violation of promise to to proceed with to identify by giving false or ficti tious Wayne Richard motion to revoke pro of less than 2 ounces of Glenn Monroe New motion to adjudi of less than 2 ounces of Lucas Craig failure to while license Richard John violation of promise to of less than 2 ounces of James Frank Humphries San indecency with a child by Anthony Dwayne motion to of cur rency parole Paul Garcia San driving while license Pedro San no driyerfe license no insurance expired registration wrong Timothy Dale New criminal non support driving while intoxi cated motion to revoke proba while IsmaelMata San no drivers license failure to maintain financial Glen Edward New speeding 84 mph in a 60 mph zone failure to Max Edwin Reinhard Spring driving while license Raul Reyes San no drivers license failure to maintain financial Jennifer Rene New theft by check between and Candace Elizabeth New driving while Jose Luis New possession of less than 2 ounces of HOWTO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 fax Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription rates Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 months Six 6 months One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 months Six 6 months One 1 Mail outside Texas Six 6 month One 1 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Deliviry problems Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 Stiff directory Doug Editor and Publisher 201 Jtrwny Managing Editor 220 email@example.com Circulation 228 firstname.lastname@example.org Marketing 208 email@example.com Vslirii Business 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and the list goes on Alia Prima Art Studio opens in NB Photo submitted The Alia Prima Art Studio and Gallery will be home to many different kinds of North Seguin Street was lit up 8 for the grand open ing of Alia Prima Art Studio and Gallery in the newly reconstructed rock building that once housed Dominos Alia Prima is Italian for the technique of spontaneous work at first or at once a name chosen for this studio where the artist comes to capture the creative moment in an individual work and a gallery where individual works are shared and appre Owner Tracy Bligh said the studio is a place where both beginning and advanced artists have room to She said encouraging her stu dents to design and create works of art is the most rewarding part of her jour ney as artist and The public is invited to come by the located at 494 Seguin from 10 to 2 and 4 to 6 Monday through Saturday to view steel sculptures by Austin artist Kat DeWees and works by New Braunfels artists Scott Jarisch glass and clay Jean Longone Jeff Eiler acrylic paintings and Sharon Pearson oil paint Jewelry displays were created by Don Hudson gem Tonya Morningstar infused glass and Julie Swift handblown Call 626 8282 for CLARIFICATION Comal Independent School District trustees vot ed 61 Wednesday to reim burse the fund balance with money from the proposed The money was used for the million purchase of a future school which the board approved During Wednesdays they also voted 61 to approve the final pur chase of land near Borgfeld Trustees also voted 61 to allow Superintendent Marc Walker to enter into negoti ations for another piece of property at an undisclosed Trustee Bill Swint was present at Wednesdays Probe Illicit payments to Iraq were abundant UNITED NATIONS AP Investigators of the oil forfood program issued a final report Thursday that accused more than and foreign and prominent of colluding with Saddam Husseins regime to bilk the operation of The document involved such namebrand compa nies as 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