The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 24, 1986 · Page 10
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April 24, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 10

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1§-A THE EAYTOmiS SOS iy. April 24, LC admissions office reorganizes staff to reduce costs The Lee College .A missions and Records Office has recently been reorganized in an effort to cm costs and give students easier access to staff members. In February. Ed Moak. dean of student personnel services- registrar, made a recommendation to Jerry Alston, vice- presideci-deaE of instruction, to eliminate the position of arimis- sions and records coordinaiar. This position was previDtEly held by Drew Matonak. who resigned in December to continue his doctoral studies ai University of Houston. The available position was advertised until staff members considered the alternative action. According to Moafc. the action was discussed with all staff members involved before he took the TWOTnTmmriariqp to Alston"The rationale for doing this i phagmg out the position; is thai we are in recessive times, and the college needs to start somewhere." said Moafc- Along with all senior institutions and community-junior colleges. Lee College hs* been faced with dramatic cuts in state funding. Because of this action, college officials will be able to delete & $36,942 salary from neat year's budget. The i3»ti«M; of the arrmigginns and records coordinator have . been divided among thp other Artrm«;«;ifirL'; and Records Office staff members and Mnafr Moafc added feat his role in the move is nox a new one. The duties of thf admissions ann records coordinator have always Crosby pupils win sweepstakes at UIL contest CROSBY — Crosby pupils in grades 2 through 6 placed second IE sweepstakes in University In- terscholasiic League competitor, in Liberty. Winning first place awards were Jennifer W means for story lelims,. Wendy Arceneaux for spelling, and Hmiiv Stephens for rsadv writing. Second piace awards went to Sara G-aivan for spelling. Hope Alien, for speUinE. Mackenzie Murphy for story telling. Brand: Mills for spelling. Molly Stephens for mathematics, anc the lean o' Codye Duke. Cindy Ledbetier. Nakia Myies. anc Keisey Victor for music memory Third place winners were Ashley Dusek for spelling. Jennifer Griffith for spelling, and Lakittah David for ready writing. Karms Bandy received a fourth place in spelling. Jennifer Davenport, a fourth place for story telling: Kristen Sears, a fifth place for story telling. Cnns Lintieman anc Monty Barrett, both fifth places for mathematics: Theresa Lewis., a fifth place for spelling: Keith Wilson and Clint Chrvsier, both fifth places for mathematics. Shane Dodson. Tiffani Stanford. Sharon Wood. Jason Simpson. Michael BrazzelL and Heather Milner placed fourth as a team in picture memory The team of Julie Brinkman. Damelie Speers. Kristina Haas. Michse. Bamberger. Aaron Shindier. and Nik; Wavmon won a f ourtn place ir social studies. The fourth place team in picture memory was made up of Lisa Bennett. La Chatmdra Johnson. Kelly Know^es. Sonja Sonnier. Junnr. Tardy. Marv E". 1; z a b e t h T r< o m D s o r_ and Charles Wriant The team of Andy Aivaradc. Joseph Ckzse, Theiesia Coles. Billy Ellison. Chris Whitener. Laura Whitener and Michael Wiggins placed fifth in socia^ studies. Other participants were Tamar Akerman. Dana McSwain. Josh Smith. Erm Shei- fieic. Heather Horsweii. Dennis Butterworth. Tennilie Barrett. Casey Lindsay. David Williams. Jana"Murray" Matasha R.ussell. Danye: Busnnell and Autumnc Pittman. Yoianca Calvin. Ryar. Lozadc Dustir. Bone. Tina Christian and Rachel Sellers been performed in close relationship with the dean's office- he said. The fhangf also meant office moves for several staff members. Moak moved into MaLonak's former office at the back of the Admissions and Records Office. Charlotte Scott. secretary to the dean, was also moved to that office. Barbara Watkins. financial aid officer, and Sally Adams, financial aid secretary, have moved across the hall from the Admissions and Records Office into the office space previously occuDied bv the dean. This area gives easier access to the Financial Aid Office, whick had been located in a side hall, and a waiting area- Vivian Garfieht an Admissions and Records Office staff member who works independently on Texas Department of CorrectioES reports, moved into the former Financial Aid Office. • -This arrangement is more effective and gives everyone more access to students." said Moak. Phone numbers remain the same, anri signs in Moler Hall have been changed to indicate the new' office locations. Guerrero seeks district judge nomination RUBEN GUERRERO New method helps mine production CLLN'TWOQD. Va A? — Odeil Miisick. who now works as ar ; animal warden taking home one-third the pay he made as a coal miner, blames his change in fortune on a rnminE method that shears coal iron*, a veir. like a butcher suc;r.£ ooiogna. The effec" .T. ernplovment of iongwaL mi.t.r.g. now used ir. more thar. IL«J V .5 coral mines, is being likened to the iaie-1940s development of the continuous miner which sen: tens of tnousancH of unemployed mine "A'orsers to Detroit. Qhic and Pennsylvania seeding jobs in tne =utc anc steel industries. Tne only way companies car. stay alive is through productiv:- ty gams." said Jerry Karagams. vice Dresident for economics a: tne National Coal Association. "Lonswall mining is one v.'a~> you car. come ir with £ Dig caunk of capita: m mine coa. with less :aoor Lorigw£ii mining, tieveiopec m 'Sermany and passed to Britain Deiore i: reached the United States in tne iate 1960s, is used ur. mme chambers to siice awav nuge coa. pillars, letting the chamber roo: collapse behind tne advancing iongwal: equipment "1: works a lot like a bologna siicer," said Harr^." Chiidress. chief o: the Virginia Division of \^m^c A continuous miner grinds coal out of & seam, but workers need to stop and bolt up tne roof where coal is extracted Deiore mining can continue. Tne work is slower anc requires more manpower. It costs millions of aoiiars to set up c. longwall mine 50 the system is only worthwhile when a company has 2. huge mass of coal to extract. Chfldress said. The seam must be about the same thickness all the way- through Steve Anderson, director of communications for Westmoreland Coal Co., said the company last year produced 35.5 tons per miner each shift at its Bullitt longwall mine in Virginia. Average production companywide was about 13 tons per man shift. Westmoreland's Bullitt mine is one of nearly a dozen operating longwalls in Virginia. officials said. The number of longwall mines nationwide from 112 to 106 hi 1964. toogwaU production asing as new equipment old Ruben Guerrero is seeking tne Democratic nomination for judge of the 180th District Court of Harris County. Guerrero. 40. o: Houston has been practicing criminal law for more tnan 10 years. His trial experience includes evervtbins from traffic violations to capita- murder. He holds doctorate m iaw from Thurgooc Marshal School of Law a: Texas Southern University. Guerrero also holes a bachelor's degree in political science from the University of Houston. Guerrero is a member of the State Bar o: Texas, tne Houston Bar Association the Harris Count v C ~' rr: i n a. L a vi v -5 *• 5 Association, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, the American Bar Association, tee Mexican-American Bar Association, the Lea2ue of United Latin American Citizens LULAC anc the American G.I. Foruir. Ke has servtt: as board cniiir- nian anc Doarc cirecior of the Harris Countv Cr;n-i^£i Lavrvers Association. Guerrerc has received endorsements iron:. IE organizations niciudjus tne Houston •.ion. the anc the Mexican- American Bar Association He relieves his experience ir. criminal law Qualifies him for c judge's position Some of his prooosais include more efficient docke: mana.2.— ment. ar aitemaie bor.c system and the encouragemen: o: conferences Detween nrosecutonr and defense attorneys outsiae o: trourtruori-- um-e. During a recent campai£r. top in Baytown. he saic tne private meetings cow heic oy judges should be open they concern courthouse DOliC'> Guerrero and his wife. Mar\ have two daugBers. Yvonne anc Rebecca Rooster's STEAK HOUSE NO. t TEXAS t MAW 42S-8222 M-F 11-10 SAT. 5-10 95 CLUB STEAK DINNER .5-1-86 Frwat Fries* Satan* Texas Tact We're always glad to see yai COME ON IN TODAY Anything & Everything 1 4 »* Department Store SUMMER SPECIALS Fisher Price Watch Tne Periec: rirsi W/aich Pink or Blue Reg. S9.96 Saie Graco Swingomatic We Accept Visa. MasterCard. Am. Express 12238 GulfFrwy. Nex: :tj Home Depot 943-2822 6 Gaivanizec SLioc 2 Saietv STARTS FRIDAY SYLVESTER STALLONE ROCKY Baby Diner Crib Mates Baby Gift Set Porrabie baix cnan p Tests ID 90 fos. Store Hours Mon -Sai 10-9 Sunday. 12-6 Turco Fiesia Gym Set Swimsuits Boys or Girls Choose from Scoreboard, O.P., Buster Brown, Le Tigre, Bay 1. and Lirde Dippers 25% of Regular Price includes Rirfinio. Diaper Pail. Feeding Set, Baby Carrier. 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