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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 28, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                August 28 2003 Page 3A Obituaries PRUET John age 79 of Canyon died August at his Funeral services will be held August at at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Interment 1A will Mow that afternoon at 4 at the Putnum City Cemetery in In lieu of memori al contributions may be made to Hope Hospice of New Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home DEMOCR 1A the agony of this whole unfortunate Neither side objected to the threejudge Whatever resolves this that is what we want to said Ted the states solicitor who is representing the The judge sought to jump start truce talks that might allow the 11 senators to return from This is almost like the Middle You have these two camps over and its either total victory or total Laredobased Federal Judge George Kazen on the redistricting standoff in the Legislature without fear of being arrested and forced back to the Senate chamber in This is almost like the Middle Kazen shaking his You have these two camps over and its either total victory or total He expressed support for a Democratic proposal that Rick Perry give 72 hours notice before calling a third special session on redistrict The second special ses sion ended Lets chill out for a while and stop spending taxpayers money for a and get this ruled the judge Perry spokeswoman Kathy Walt said the governor will call a session at the appro priate These Democ rats need to come back to Austin before they can begin negotiations on any she Republican David who presides over the said he would not recommend Perry consider the option unless senators agree to return to the Capitol when the cooling period Lawyers for the Democrats expect a judicial ruling by A decision on a restraining order might come they Several senators had planned to attend the hear but changed their minds after learning of a reported plot to apprehend them while they were in Dewhurst said his staff dis cussed arresting the Democ rats if they but decided against It was not the time to look at that option and we felt very comfortable that our legal position in court today was Dewhurst He praised the outcome of the Its our hope that this means that theres light at the end of the Dewhurst Democrats in Albuquerque saw the request for a three judge panel as a sign their case has Even if he said it was a shred of it got us to the next said Royce of Given the courts actions Gov ernor Perry should end this corrupt sparing the people of Texas more need less partisan Senate Democratic Caucus Chairwoman Leticia Van de Putte said the group was willing to stay another 30 days if But anxiety is growing among some homesick mem bers who see no end in I dont mind working with a group of but I want an end said John Whitmire of who has had a bag packed for sev eral I wanted an end game when we If you stayed another 30 what would you do then Democrats announced Wednesday they would take the Labor Day weekend Judith DLare said none of them would return to Texas and most would remain at the With some visits by The senators lawsuit charges that Senate rule changes adopted to further the redistricting attempt vio lates the federal Voting Rights Act and their First Amendment who control the Texas House and want to redraw the political lines to increase the number of Republicans in Kazen spent most of the hearing debating with Max Renea lawyer for the Where Hicks argued that the Republicans were threat ening his clients constitu tional rights with forced Kazen countered that the issues were more political than In a legislative you win some and lose the judge If theyre in the theyre going to lose Thats how the coun try works the majority the study should conduct ed to plan any work that will be A grant is by no means a but I think we need to move forward with plans for repairs to the cour Scheel Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Dawson toured with other county officials and said he was not pleased with what he It was brought to our attention that we have to do and we have to do it Dawson We repair a and in less than a year we have to do it Thats just Dawson Its because of pipes put in many years Our whole cooling and heating system is anti and we need to do something about Its cost ingus too much money to Trying to restore the build ing to its original form is not feasible Dawson because the county would have to build an office build ing to replace the two floors it would Weve too much money getting it fixed so we can use the Dawson We cant restore it to what it We have to make it useable for our peo ple and its going to be expen The Comal County Court house was one of several in the state designed by renowned architect Riely The plan was con troversial in its One commissioner who opposed it refused to allow his name to be cut into the cornerstone of the court Since the building has come to be recognized as one of the states finest exam ples of early courthouse architecture albeit one that has been renovated over the years to suit more mod ern Its threestory center atri which aided in summer cooling in the days before air was bldcked with second and third The second story of the countys early district court room and its spectator bal cony were filled in withwhat are now the offices of Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Diana rom Alfredo fat to offer our most sincere gratitude tdatt tti wonderful people mho consoled and comforted our family during the foss of our Mother and Margarita iRanfyou all and May QodBless you and Keep AlfredoVarela Andrew Alfredo family Varda fete Chris Varela family and Lidia fttente Rudy Varela family Enrique Joanie Chapman family Sam Lopez Varela Lopez The Country Peddler Arts Crafts Show August 2931 Gillespie County Fairgrounds 1540 Hwy 16 South Fredericksburg Hours Admission Friday Saturday Sunday 11am4pm Seniors Children under 12 FREE 18007752774 WELLS FARGO The Next schoafe Sign up for Wells Fargo Checking and add direct 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