El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on December 4, 1975 · Page 39
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El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas · Page 39

El Paso, Texas
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Thursday, December 4, 1975
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-EL.PASO HSBALDJIQST, Thursday, DecemietiUSIS .Section E-P-ase One- Youth, Government Mesa St. as c..w state road A highlight of the District Conference of Youth and Government to be held in the Student Union Building at U.T. El Paso Saturday is the election of various officers to serve in the State Conference in Austin, Feb. 19-22. To be elected in the Legislative phase of the program are a Governor nominee, a chief clerk of the House, and a Pres Pro Tern nominee of the Senate. Margaret Byers of Aurora Tri-Hi-Y at Irvin is unopposed in the race for Governor nominee. She will vie with candidates from eight other Districts of Texas for the Governor's post in Austin next February, CLARK Lowenfield of Daapic Hi-Y Club at El Paso High, is currently serving his term as Governor., having been elected at the State Conference last February. He is offering coaching tips to Margaret for the job, if she is elected. In the race for chief clerk of the House are Janet Baker of Naitsrihc Repleh Tri-Hi-Y Club at Andress, Diana Durnfard of Nivri Tri-Hi-Y at Irvin and Cathy Stevenson of Otterol Tri-Hi-YatLoretto. President Pro Tempore Nominees candidates include Jeanette Ayoub of Nivri at Irvin, Sharon Sweeney of Sequis at Burges and Paul Koheier of Daapic at El Paso High, The winner in this race will compete with other District nominees at the State Conference in Austin. CANDIDATES TO BE elected in the Judicial phase of the Conference are those lor District Judge and Supreme Court Justice nominee. Candidates for the Judge's post are Julie Palafox of Otterol and Valerie Wallace of Ymedaca, both are Tri-Hi-Y clubs at Loretto Academy. Supreme Court Justice nominee candidates are Annette Fierro of Ymedaca at Loretto, Andi Weber of Ymedaca and Tina Smith of Aurora at Irvin High. The winner in this race will represent our District in the finals at Austin. . In the News Media phase of the conference, a District Editor will be chosen as a PLANNED CONFERENCE From left: Lane 0. Barnett, Conference Director; Clark Lowenfield, present Youth Governor; James J, Raster Jr., State Representative; Youth and Government Conference Chairman and Margaret Byers, Governor Nominee Candidate, go over plans for the Youth and Government District Conference to be held Saturday at the U.T.-E1 Paso Student Union. result of the best article attorney teamsfrom among submitted on "the club's those serving in the trial participation in the Youth case at UTEP on Saturday, and Government An elimination session was Program." Alice Harris of conducted last week at Nivri at Irvin. Susan Flores Central 'Y'. resulting in the of Ymedaca at Loretto, Debbi Hjalmquisl of Nivri and Graciela Cadena of Aurora at Irvin at in the competition. Maxine Arnold and a committee of News staff will judge this contest. The Judicial Resource attorneys working with this phase of the program will choose the best two following four teams remaining in the contest: Diana Sivak and Barney Murray of Naitsrihc Repleh at Andress, Mary Beth Hunt and Pamela Ross of Sequis at Burges, Kathy McCann and Joanne Lavas of Otterol at Loretto and Jeannie Lucker and Mary Brooks, also of Otterol. Roger Properties among 10 best JACKSONVILLE, Fla. In its 1375 third quarter report, the Rowe Price New Era Fund showed that Koger Properties, Inc. was one of the fund's Ten Best Performers for the period ended Sept. 30 Koger owns and operates 17 Koger Executive Centers in the southeast and southwest, including the office park development in Ei Paso. Texas. The Jacksonville, Florida-based Koger firm is a publicity-held company whose securities are traded in the Over-the-Counter market. On Sept. 30, the New Era Fund had over 38,000 shareholders and total net assets exceeding S221.00O.0OO. The Rowe Price New Era Fund, established in 1953. is one o four no-load mutual funds sponsored by T. Ruwe Price Associates, Inc., the investment research and counsel organization. The City of El Paso should not assume the maintenance responsibilities and costs of Mesa street from the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation, according to a recommendation from City Traffic and Transportation director Dryden Smith. The recommendation is contained in a letter to the City Plan Commission in response to a request from the Highway Department that the City begin thinking about talking over responsibility. SMITH ALSO recommended that Mesa street continue to be maintained as an official highway route. Smith said joint review and approval of driveways, median openings, and the handling of drainage has been the rule for years, and should stay that way. The Plan Commission was recommended by Smith to advise developers planning development along Mesa that: THEY CANNOT dump storm drainage from their property into public highways, and handling of the drainage must be worked out to the satisfaction of the City and the Highway Department; It is the normal policy of the Highway Department to prohibit open cuts on highway routes for the installation of utilities, except in special cases where specific approval is required; and The Plan Commission get a copy of the Highway Department policy pertaining to the handling of driveways, median openings, pavement cuts, and storm drainage with the idea of furnishing the policy to developers who apply for zoning changes. The Highway Department recently asked the City to consider taking the responsibility for Mesa street, and look at installing a storm sewer system on the street. 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