RELATIONS, TRADE & TECHNOLOGY 
                              Tuesday, May 13, 1997 
                         12:00 p.m. or upon adjournment 
                              Senator Truan's Desk 
                                 Public Hearing 
         Pursuant to suspension of Senate Rule 11.11, a public hearing  
         of the Senate Committee on International Relations, Trade &  
         Technology was held on Tuesday, May 13, 1997 in Senator  
         Truan's Desk, at Austin, Texas.   
         MEMBERS PRESENT:                        MEMBERS ABSENT: 
              Senator Carlos F. Truan, Chairman       Senator Bill  
              Senator John Carona, Vice-Chairman      Senator David  
              Senator Kenneth Armbrister 
              Senator Teel Bivins 
              Senator Jon Lindsay 
              Senator Steve Ogden 
              Senator Eliot Shapleigh 
         Chairman Truan called a public meeting upon adjournment of the  
         Session at his desk to take up and consider HB 3478, relating  
         to the designation of a portion of State Highway 35 as the  
         John B. Coleman Memorial Highway.  Roll was called at 12:02  
         p.m. and a quorum pronounced present.  There being a quorum  
         present, the following business was transacted.  Chairman  
         Truan recognized Senator Shapleigh for a motion to report HB  
         3478 favorably to the full Senate with the recommendation that  
         it do pass and be printed.  The motion failed to carry with a  
         vote of 4 ayes, 2 nays, 1 present not voting, and 2 absent.   
         There being no other business before the Committee, at 12:05  
         p.m. Senator Bivins moved that the Committee stand recessed  
         subject to the call of the chair.  
         Without objection, it was so ordered.   
         Senator Carlos F. Truan, Chair 
         Carla D. Buckner, Clerk