New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 28, 1991, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 28, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas tynong those participating in an exercise in teamwork — building a bridge without speaking — during the rpcent Texas Association of Student Councils workshop at the University of Texas at San Antonio are New Braunfelsers Casey Bredewater, Kevin Engler, Kourtney Goerges, Shealynn Kiesling and Stacey Pogue. » tJTS A hosts student leaders ; SAN ANTONIO — Where will some of Tomorrow s leaders come from? Many of tomorrow’s leaders got a good head start this summer at the University of Texas at Sfcn Antonio during its statewide leadership training shop. Approximately 2(X) South Texas high school student council members attended the week-long workshop, July 14-19, sponsored by the Texas Association of Student Councils. • For ten to 12 hours a day instructors focused on developing the student’s leadership skill through instruction and role playing. They could practice these skills in van-ous situations. One required the students to get into their hometown groups and construct a bridge out of straws and tape without talking to each other. The students also had the chance to practice a mock of student council meeting. These training sessions were led by advisors and assisted by a volunteer staff of certified teachers from public and private schools. Junior staff members, who previously attended a Summer Leadership Workshop program also assisted in the workshops. 0 Arbitration program set at St. Mary’s Z Rents ||f Inc, Check the Rest and Rent the BESTI RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Final discipline session conducted SAN MARCOS — More than 70 teachers and administrators from 15 Texas School districts will attend the fourth and final weeklong summer institute sponsored by the Classroom Management and Discipline Program at Southwest Texas State University. Scheduled to attend the fourth session are educators from Allen Independent School District, Boles Home ISD, Brookeland ISD, Burnet CISD, Haskell CISD, Houston ISD, Kenosha Unified School District #1, Lyford CISD, Moody ISD, Perry Public Schools, Pflugerville ISD, Spring ISD, Texas City ISD, Tioga ISD and Waco ISD. In its ninth summer, the institute provided educators from around the state an opportunity to learn from each other, to learn from a variety of speakers and to systematically improve their schools through a pro cess called action planning. “Overall the purpose (of the institute) is to train teams of educators and other youth professionals in more effective classroom management practices and to train them about related issues that affect children in the classroom such as parent involvement, substance abuse, gang involvement and adolescent suicide,” said Betty Cleffman, coordinator of educational services in the Classroom Management and Discipline Program at SWT. “One of the main (activities) participants engage in is the action planning where they address issues in their districts that they want to improve or implement,” Cleffman explained. “In follow-up surveys we have found that they are using (the developed plan of action) and sharing it and so that the action planning/implementation rate is actually 150 percent.” Highlights of this summer’s program include new presentations on “Gangs” by Harold Piatt, senior sergeant with the Austin Police Department and “Motivating and Reluctant Learner,” by Darlene Westbrook and Barbara Williams, principals of elementary schools in the Austin Independent School District. Popular workshops on the timely topics of “Cultural Diversity,” presented by Vicki Wright of the Texas Juvenile Probation Commission and Susan M. Gallego of AIDS Service of Austin, and “The Aggressive Student,” presented by Robyn Ferguson, coordinator of education service with the SWT Classroom Management and Discipline Program, will also be featured. Prescribed by Secretary of Slate Section! 4 004. 13.010. 15.004, 15.007, V.TC.A., Election Code 1/16 NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION (AVISO DE ELECCION ESPECIAL) To the Registered Voters of the County of (A Iqs volante; registrados del Condado de -Com.a1. , Tbxas: Comal Texas.) SAN ANTONIO — Dr. Charles L. Cotrell, academic vice president at St. Mary’s University, and Barbara Bader Aldave, dean of the School of Law, announced today the establishment of a Centre for Conciliation and Arbitration at the School of Law. Wayne I. Fagan, and adjunct professor of International Trade at the School of Law, was named director of the Centre. The purpose of the Centre, to be located in the Sarita Kenedy East Law Library, will promote and facilitate commercial dispute resolution, both national and international, through means other than litigation. In addition education law students at the university, the facility will serve as a resource to the business community here and abroad “There is rapidly growing interest alternative means of resolving business disputed, particularly as more business is done across international lines.’’ Aldave said. “We at the School of Law want to prepare our students to participate in new processes of conflict resolution " Preliminary research for the Centre was conducted by Fagan who polled local and state government official, official of foreign governments, representatives of national and international arbitration bodies, leaders in the business community and fellow attorneys. An active business and civic leader, Fagan said he became convinced of the need for such a facility during his discussion with these individuals. particularly those overseas. “The international business community has a great concern about being subjected lo litigation in the U.S. courts which further impacts on U.S. efforts to expand internationally,” Fagan said. “Our focus on the resolution of international commer cia! disputes as well as disputes arising from national contracts will establish San Antonio and South Central Texas as a leader in the field of inter national relationships.’’ Seven objectives were outlined for the administration of the Centre: I) lo establish education programs for law students and others; 2) to appoint an advisory board for the facility; 3) to identify and collect reference materials on the conciliation and arbitration process; 4) to introduce a guest lecture series and a course in International Arbitration; 5) to develop relationships with existing arbitration bodies and other centers, nationally and internationally; 6) to provide businesses and their legal advisors with information about the processes; and 7) to develop a site for the purpose of holding arbitration hearings. Cotrell said, “This new learning facility is consonant with the university’s mission which highly values conversation arid negotiation as a means of resolving disputes ” He added, “We are also excited about locating a Centre at St Mary’s which will serve the international community, both as a resource and eventually, as a sue for arbitration tribunals.’’ St. Mary’s University, founded in 1852 by Mananisl brothers and priests, is the oldest and largest Catholic university in Texas Enrollment in its schools of Humanities and Social Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Business and Administration, Graduate School and the School of Law exceeds 3,900 students. • Air Compressors •Lawn Rollers -Mowers *111161$ • Backhoes    *Leaf    Blowers    •Forklifts    -Trenchers § S' ll 11 N. Austin 372-3589 Tom Call, We Haul s 3. tty Mon.-Sat., 7 a.rn.-5:30 p.m. ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION 11:00 A M. SATURDAY AUGUST 3, 1991 2050 IH-35 E. NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS Following is a partial list only Vehicles-Boats-Swimming pool-Spas-Swimming pool 4 Spa equipment •Household furmture-Pictures-Deoorator items*Stereo/Color television •Games*Toys»Hand & power tools-Riding lawn mower-Water fountain •Stuffed animate'Discovery toys*Tent, 30X60«Snowskies 4 equipment •JewelryCoins*Collectibles-Antiques*PVC ptpe*48 star American flag •Honda SO motor b»ke*Lamps*Tapestries*6tocks*Apple ll Computer system •Tow bar*Burglar alarnvSmall refngerator-Air compressor •Luggage*Curtams*Mini btinds*Baby furmture*Dishes*V»deo player 4 tapes •Dog house-Rabbtt cagos-Hand truck 4 dolly Outdoor play set-Wcxld globe •I mens'Exercise equipmenfPower Master Cross Bow-Bar B Q grill •Children s books-80 ft antenna lower-landscape supplies •Camera*CutteryBar stools‘Guitar-Medical suppties»Fire place tools •Water skies*Kenmore washer 4 dryer VEHICLES 4 BOATS 1985 Ford Bronco. 4 wheel drive* 1979 Cadillac Eldorado*Baylmer boat. 21 ft cutty cabin with Vofvo Penta engine-1960 Ford Panel Van*Yamaha 1100 motorcycle YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THIS AUCtTON TERMS <\ll information doamed to tx* correct Sellers nor auctioneers assume any lability for any errors or omissions Cash or checks with bank letter of guarantee Standard 10% buyers premium added to all purchases Pre Auction Inspection Friday August 2 1991 2 to 6 p rn Saturday August 3 1991 9 00 am till Auction time Directions: Take IH-35 from New Braunfele toward Auetln. Take Exit 190 and alay on accaaa road. Follow auction signs. Call 512-620-1418 for more Information Kenneth Upton Wiliam Lowman, ll C G Overturf Auctioneers lie #7238 Brokers lie #0414803 W w    ■    rn    m ' • ■ ■ ■    rn    ’t    <■■■:,rn    — lf you or a parent are lonely, Call... CAMLG RETIREMENT A 3ARTMENTS We Can Help! I he residents and staff of CA MUJ are friendly, warm and inviting. Once again, you can enjoy laughter, good times, a sympathetic listener... someone to share your thoughts and feelings with. Hut, companionship is just one of (lie many delightful amenities offered at CA MCU. ( all T oday, and we’ll tell you more. Move to Camlu More Than Just Apartments’ (512) 396 8271 MOI Wonder World Dr. Situ Minco*, I x 7H666 I alii Interested iii additional Information about Camiu. B CAM LU Mail lo CAMI U MOI Wonder World Dr Sal Marcos, IX 78666 Name Address WI .'VS fily/Sl.ili//i|i I'I loi ie Notice is hereby given thai the polling places listed below will be open from 7:00 a.rn to 7:00 p.m., on-AuflUS t—UL-. 19    91 , for voting in a special election to adopt or reiect the proposed—constitutionaI- amendments as submitted by the 72nd Legislature, Regular Session, of the (^ott^quese, (tor las presente, que las casinos electorates siiados abojo se abrirdn desde las 700 a.m. hasta las 7.00 pm. el —LO— de —3S t O de 19 "9T para votar en la constitucion.) LOCATION(S) OF POLLING PLACES (DIRECCIOS(ES) DE LAS CASILLAS ELECTORALES) ta Fleer,6n £,penal pare adoj)far "O fjBCha?** 186    8818188388PrOpUeBt*B «T CONSOLIDATION OF VOTING PRECINCTS August IO, 1991 CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT ELECTION Loca t ion Cross Lutheran Church Activities Center Garden Ridge Municipal Building First United Methodist Church ’Wesley Hall-Mill St. Entrance N.B. Presbyterian Church Hall Bulverde Community Center Eagle's Hall Swartz Cafe (Startzville) Smithsons Valley Middle School Canyon High School New Gym Canyon City Fire Station * denotes polling place Absentee voting by per tonal appearance wilt be conducted each weekday ai I La .men on en autem* en persona se lie vat4 a cabu de tunes a names en) Comal County Clerk*a Office, Rm 104, Comal County Courthouse, New BraunfeIs, Precincts 1,2*43 4 & 5* 6*4 7 8, 9, 12, 22*la 23 10 11 la 15* 13 14*4 21 16, 17 4 20* 18*4 19 (location) issue) lf the county clerk ti not (he absentee voting clerk, the information rn (he block is icqutred TX between the hours of B t PQ am and 4 I 3Q pm beginning on July ISL HIL tdaie) (amra let & i QQue la madame p las 4 I 30 XU Ie lard* empesendo el 22 de jujjQ de 1991 IM has and ending on _. IP J991 Idaiej IMM/ Applications for ballot by mail shall be mailed to: (Let solicitudes pere boletes que se votaidn en ausencm pot carree deberdn envierse e) (Name of Absentee Voting Clerk) I Sombre del Seer tier to de Ie Paseadn En A use rn ie) (Address) (Dtrecctdn) New Braunfels. Texas (City) /CiudadJ 78130 (Zip Code) lions Postal) Applications for ballots by mail must be received no later than the close of business on I Las solicitudes para boletus que se votardn en aitsemie pot cat roo St on en nm bu se para el fin de las bores de ae gin w et) —August i.—mal (date) Use be I J de agos to de 1991 /J* Issued this the ✓J** lEmitada esse did de day of JLyix , i* 91 iulio . in ai.. J I'    /O' fr*    L 4l * 'iC 1 v Signature of County Judge (fume de* lues del ComMdo/ ;