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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Wednesday Septeftte Ify 2003 focus on military By Aon Staff Writer Proposition 21 would allow a faculty or retired faculty metrilier of a public college or university who also serves on a water district board to be State Carter R New told county commissioners the amend ment would end a restriction ort public service by college Such service is not prohibit ed Casteel but state law provides that an employee of the state cannot be paid by two state So people who have educa tion or expertise to offer a water district are discouraged from The argument against the amendment is that these peo ple apparently should donate their Casteel I dis Precinct 2 Commissioner Jay Millikin nothing should be done to discourage college staffer faculty from other serv That just makes amends for past tt has very limited but I think its very Millikin Proposition 22 would allow an elected or appointed officer of the state or of any political subdivision activated or called to active duty in the military to retain his or her officer tt would also allow a tem porary replacement to be appointed to perform all the duties of the This came about as a result of the war in Casteel if they leave and they hold an elected theyre even though they could be back in two to three Casteel said not allowing the change would wreak a finan cial hardship on some public a retired Air Force said he was con cerned voters could have dif ficulty understanding what the amendment Millikin said he was more in favor of allowing voters to decide how to fill a position than making appointment to When we start making we take the public out of it Im not in favor of Millikin The fewer designated appointees and the greater the publics the better our system is for Chamber splashes into trade show By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer The New Braunfels Civic Center has trans formed into an oasis of business deals and For 66 businesses are giving away tons of promotional items and demonstrating their products at the 15th Annual Business Trade Show Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce officials will serve a free lunch and happy Chamber officials expected 700 people at the preview party Tues day and another 350 today as the trade show Exhibitors are doing all they can to get people interested in their busi nesses or TRADE SHOW WHEN 10 to 6 today WHERE New Braunfels Civic Center Tickets are available for at the Call 6252385 for BarnardDonegan Insurance personnel are having people walk a straight at least try while wearing goggles that simulate We encourage people not to drink and said Martin vice president of personal This is a way to shoW them what they really see if they have four The demonstration hooks trade show visitors and ties into the companys Morris Morris has been coming to the show since it He said he doesnt expect to make many sales at the The exhibit and the goggle demonstration will pay off further down the Someone will be looking for insurance and say I remember you from the Morris Steve and Linda Satterwhite of Phantom Retractable Screens occupied a busy inter section of trade show Their like many of the requires a firstperson handson Other forms of advertising dont they The sliding screens they sell are Housing the product keeps the screen The screen also is not fixed on the top or bottom of the doorway making it almost impossible to damage by running It doesnt Linda pointing to the ad on their But if you move the peo ple The product lends itself to a trade Steve Linda sat behind the screen opening and closing They have to see it Steve 2003 Parish Festival 14 llam9pm Church 1H 35 N Evans Texas i Free Digital jID of your I Come and visit with POT ROAST SAUSAGE SUPPER 11 7 Adult Child Take out available Also Hamburgers Fajita Mexican Food Snow Cones Ice Cream Cotton Candy ARTS CRAFTS BOOTHS PLANT BOOTH CARNIVAL RIDES Good Ole Boys Band 13 DER DEUTSCHE VOLKSTANZVEREIN VON SAN ANTONIO MIT OEM BEETHOVEN MANNERCHOR Tbe German Dancers of San Antonio DJ Lester Lutz 79 g 1176 FM 306 Old Hunter Rd New Texas 78130 Opens at IQrOOam SePt 2021 Oct 1819 Nw 1516 Dec Come fr Enjoy The Great quality of our Handmade Arts Jewelry fc Metal Art So Much Morel fr Vendor Information Call RIP GRIFFIN Rip Griffin Travel Center 135 EXIT 193 Register to WIN o Razor Electric Punk Scooter during the month of September at your local Country Fare Restaurant rCowjMtm Easy to cany storA SESSION CONTINUED FROM 1A Senate Democrats to lament GOFs quorum the Legislature wete planning to return to item They left the state July 28 to break a Senate quorum and halt business in the The Democrats said they decided to come home after one of their Mow JohnWhitmire of defected from the holdout in and said he planned to attend an expected third special That left the 10 remaining Democrats without the numbers to block a Twentyone of the Senates 31 members must be present for business to be Senator Whitmire makes a quo we must return to the Senate to defend rural and minority Texans as best we the Democratic senators said in a statement Tues Despite his move amounts to trading away the electoral voices of the millions of rural and minority Texans we are in Albu querque to Republicans maintain that recent voting trends showTexas should have more GOP rep resentation in They have pushed for new congressional boundaries that give their party an advantage in the Texas delega currently ruled 1715 by In their the Democrats fled across the state line so Texas law officers or the Sen ate sergeantatarrns could not arrest them and force them back to the Senate chamber during the which ended Perry spokeswoman Kathy Walt said the gov ernor would welcome the Democrats back and believes there are a number of important issues that need to be In his special session Perry listed several other items he wants lawmakers to They include adjusting certain school districts funding government reor gankatlon the dates of certain elections and the coiftitirig of mailin votes andthemodifl totion of period afld election dates tor Now that our colleagues have decided to return to Texas after almost 40 dqys in New we will finally be Able to address the important issues facing the people of said Republican Goto Dvld The Democrats saidtentative ptens call for to leave Albuquerque Wednesday after noon and head to Oft they will attend a court hearing in law suit they filed that alleges minority rights were trampled in violation of the Voting Rights Act and that their rights to political free speech were After the court the Democrats will return to their home districts and wait to see if there is a quorum in the said Judith Were delighted that we will be with our families again and in Texas but we are not happy with the Zaffirini This betrayal by a former member of the Texas 11 moves the the Democrats statement It makes it imperative that the Texas 11 Minus return to Texas to fight Whitmire and the Republicans to pre vent this partisan Whitmire could not be reached for com ment but a spokeswoman said he disregarded their They aremy friends and they are under a lot of Whitmire said through the spokes Whitmire has said remaining in New Mexi co would be He also has said he will fight congressional redistricting on the Senate In the tegular more than 50 House Democrats secretly fled to to block a quorum and kill a redistricting Staff writer Ron Maloney contributed to this report from New Credit Starter Loans No Collateral Required Se Habla Espanol Come by or call Annette Manager Debbie Senior Assistant Manager Kate Assistant Manager Sunday 1030 Noon Gospel Brunch Live Texas Music Every Saturday Sunday Afternoon We report to the Credit Bureau Subject to our liberal lending policy ADVANCE GOSPEL BRUNCH Taste ojmome COOKING SCHOOL with N me Economist Margaret McCutcheon September 2003 Doors open at Show starts at New Braunfels Civic Center 380 Seguin Tickets 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