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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas CISD honors Hayworth, Batey Dr. Ron Hayworth, Comal ISD’s Teacher of the Month for February, describes himself as “a hermit who loves kids.” When he’s not in the classroom at Smithson Valley High School, he can usually be found working outdoors on his 19-acre homestead in New Braunfels, where he and his wife Sue live. Hayworth teaches government and economics, and is chairman of the Social Studies Department at SVHS. But history is his true love, and he holds a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Modern European History from Emory University in Atlanta. He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Quachita Baptist College in Arkansas and a Master of Arts degree in history from Baylor University. Dr. Hayworth has 21 years of teaching experience, including 17 years at the college level. He has also worked as an admissions counselor at Rice University. When he decided to look for a job here, Dr. Hayworth said, “I didn’t apply anywhere else but Smithson Valley because I like it here so much.” He joined the faculty in midyear 1982 as a permanent substitute and is in his third year at SVHS. - I * rn v rn IV- I Ron Hayworth This history buff works with students as a National Honor Society and senior class sponsor. “I’m delighted after all these years that I can still relate to the kids. And it’s better teaching high school than. teaching college — you get to know them a lot better,” Hayworth said. He also likes to give his high school students a challenge. “No student Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning High AMR Corp    40* Amer Can    53* Ameritech    83*4 AMI Inc    23* Am Motors    3% AmStand    32* Amer T4T    21* Armcolnc    I    IV* AtlRichfld    47* BancTexas    5* BellAtlan    84* BellSouth    35* Beth Steel    19* Borden    68 CaterpTr    31* Centel    4 iv* Chevron    34* Chrysler    33* CocaCola    61* Coleman    30* ComlMetl    18* DiamShm    18* DowChem    29* Dressrlnd    19* East Kodak    69 Enserch    26* Entexlnc    20* Exxon    46* FedlCo    36* Firestone    18* FtBcpTex    17* FordMot    44* GAF Corp    28* GTE Corp    42* GnDynam    79* GenElec    63* Gen Food    58* Gen Motors    78* GnMotr E    69 Goodrich    30 Goodyear    28* GtAtlPac    15* Haliburtn    31* Holiday Inn    51* Houstlnd    22* HAghesTl    15* Interest    12V* IBM    134* IntlHarv    IO Int Paper    52* JeffPilot    42* JohnsJn    38* K mart    36 stocks Low 40 53* 82* 23* 3* 32* 21* ll* 46* 5 84 35* 19* 67* 31* 41* 34* 32* 61* 30* 18* 18* 29* 19* 68* 26* 20 46* 36* 18* 17* 44* 28* 42* 78* 63 58* 78 68* 29* 28* 15* 30 51* 22* 15* 12 133* 9* 52* 42* 38* 35* Last 40* 53* 82* 23* 3* 32* 21* ll* 47* 5 84 35* 19* 67* 31* 41* 34* 32* 61* 30* 18* 18* 29* 19* 68* 26* 20 46* 36* 18* 17* 44* 28* 42* 78* 63* 58* 78* 68* 29* 28* 15* 31 51* 22* 15* 12V* 134* 9* 52* 42V* 38* 35* KrogerCo LTV Corp Litton Ind LoneSta Ind MCorp MayDSt Medtronic Mobil Monsanto s Motorola s NabiscoBrd NYNEX PacifTel Penney JC Phelps Dod Philips Pet Polaroid ProctGamb Pubs NwMx RCA RepBankCp Sabine Safeway SFeSouPac SearsRoeb She llOil Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBel! 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Analysts attributed the prevailing mood of caution to the statement by Paul Volcker, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, that the Fed had stopped easing credit conditions. ★ Fish Coattailed from Page 1A there killed them. They will die at water temperatures colder than 55 degrees.” Stoff speculated, and the biologist concurred with his summary. •‘That would explain why the fish were not found further upstream on the Guadalupe, above the confluence of the Comal and Guadalupe rivers. This fish will belly-up at a small change in water temperature,” Broadbent said. He examined the dead fish that had been washed ashore on both sides of the river, and only Utopias were found And he also asked fisherman if they had seen any dead baas or sunfish or any other game fish but no one who had spotted other species, the biologist said. Tils piss that were found alive were so weak that they could be picked up by hand, Rick Lane, city sanitarian who had gotten some of the complaints, said. Broadbent also said he took several samples of dead Bsh back to his lab and cut them up to see if any signs of pollution showed up. “Hound no damage to any internal organs nor to the gills. Had either chemical or bacterial pollution caused the fish to die, we would ase usually damage to liver, kidneys and- ~ > *Antoinette Batey ever does as much as he can do unless you ask him to do more,” Hayworth added.Batey a vataran of Comal kitchen Baking 25 dozen cookies in one morning is all in a day’s work for Antoinette Batey, who has been chosen ss Comal ISD’s Employee of the Month for February. Affectionally called “Nettie” by her co-workers, she has been em* ployed as a cook af Comal Elementary School for ll years. Mrs. Batey has lived in Comal County all her life and even attended tbs Danville School, which was “just across the creek” from her home. She and her husband Virgil have three sons and one daughter. “I started working here when my children were small and having a job at school was ideal,” Mrs. Batey said. “That was eleven years ago, and I’m still here. It would be hard to quit now.” Mrs. Batey does all the baking at Comal Elementary, and says the children’s favorite is chocolate chip cookies. It’s not uncommon for the 220 students there to wolf down 300 of them at lunch on a given day. She bakes lots of hot rolls, too, and takes pride in doing all of her baking from scratch. Mrs. Batey also helps the other cafeteria cooks, who like to prepare the students’ favorite meals, including hamburgers and spaghetti. “We all work together here,” she said. “I like the kids — I like to make them happy, and preparing them good-tasting food is one way to do that.”Chalking it up OSOPHOTO 37* 12* 72* 24* 23 48* 30* 27* 44* 34* 53* 79* 72* 49* 19* 48* 28* 56* 24* 39* 34* 17* 31* 29* 35* 55* 38* 18* 29* 74* 47* 60* 44* 49* 14* 30* 39 35* 36* 43* 30* Ut* 21* 27* 34* 39* 47* 28 74* 23* 47* 45* SO* 45 23* Lawmen attending course in Austin The word “vigilante" spelled victory for Matt Beech, a seventh grader at Bulverde Middle School. Beech took top honors in the school's recent spelling bee by correctly spelling that word. The son of Linda and Luke Beech, he competed with 44 other students for the right to participate in the regional bee in San Antonio.NBISD eighth graders to begin preregistration In congressional testimony Wednesday, Volcker said the central bank has not switched to tightening credit, but was pursuing a policy of “a little more caution.” Many analysts believe the Fed is now satisfied that the possibility of any recession in the near future has been averted, and that economic growth is proceeding at a brisk pace. Support for that view was provided this morning when the Commerce Department raised its figure for economic growth in the fourth quarter of 1984 to an annual rata of 4.9 percent from an earlier estimate of 3.9 percent. or the gills. The gills will swell or get a clubbed appearance, we call It. None of that was present. So we did not feel it was necessary to collect water samples,” the biologist ox-plained. Reports of a fungus on the fish also had to be checked out, but Broadbent determined that this was a type of fungus that invades the fish after it is dead. -ULLIAN THOMAS Two sheriff’s department investigators and a constable have gone to Austin this week to attend a course on criminal investigations. Sheriff Walter Fellers said investigators Dennis Koepp and George Gonzales will attend the 40-hour course paid for by the sheriff County gets bingo check Comal County this month will receive $2,018 as its payment of local gross receipts tax on legalized bingo. State Comptroller Bob Bullock earlier this month sent 822,800 to 68 counties and 96 cities that levy the tax. The collections were made between Nov. 8, 1984 and Jan. 28, 1985. “Bingo has been legal in Texas a little more than three years, and we’ve returned almost $6 million to local governments during that time,” Bullock said. As of Feb. 7, a total of 1,380 nonprofit organizations were licensed to hold bingo games in Texas. More than $400 million has been spent playing bingo since the game was legalized, he added. “This time of year, we get a whole batch of license renewal applications,” Bullock noted. “We’re taking a close, hard look at just how much money each organization donates to charitable purposes. If it looks Uke charities are getting the short end, some Ucenseholders may find themselves in early retirement.” Guadalupe County will receive $3,341.53; while the city of Seguin will get $1,370 56 Students attend engineer program New Braunfels High School students Mike Orr and Scott Hadlock attend the “Engineer For a Day” program Tuesday in San Antonio. The program was part of National Engineers Week which is being held this week. Orr, a senior, is interested in electrical engineering    while Hadlock, also a senior, expressed interest in mechanical engineering. r I: I I: I* I: I* k FREE PUBLIC SEMINAR IRA PLANNING FOR TNE 80’S Feb. 21,1915 7:60 p.m. NBNB CINTER NORTH IM N. Walnut UNUM SMU* Call »2I NII For Rraarvatlon EDWARD D. JONES A CO. STAN CUNNINGHAM ION N. Walnut Salts F Now Nrouofolo, Tx. department. “This will be Gonzales’s first investigating school, but Dennis has already gone before. I think he is taking an advanced course,” Fellers said. Also Constable Fidel Tamez of precinct 4 is attending the program, paying for the course out of his own pocket, he said. “I’m not going to ask to be reimbursed because they've already turned me down twice. But I plan to attend as many courses as I can because if I don’t do it now I don’t know when I will have another opportunity Uke this. As a law enforcement officer, I need to stay on top of changes in the law and continually learn,” Tamez said. New Braunfels High School counselors will begin to preregistration activities for eighth grade students Friday. “We will be meeting with eighth grade students (at New Braunfels Middle School) on Feb. 22 and 25,” NBHS counselor Norv Skov said. That meeting, he said, will “primarily teU them about the orientation meeting on Feb. 26.” Tuesday’s orientation meeting, Skov said, will be a “special orientation for eighth graders as well as high school students.” Booths by different NBHS clubs and departments will open at 6 p.m. with a FTA meeting at 7 p.m. Following that meeting, the booths will again be open for students to visit. “All the different clubs and departments will have booths set up and displays,” Skov said. These displays will be worked by teachers and students who wiU be available to teU interested students of their activities. “It’s going to be a worthwhile event for them, I think,” the NBHS counselor noted. “We reaUy want to stress our invitation to eighth grade students and their parents. This is going to be their introduction to preregistration.” Skov said this invitation also included eighth grade students at Sts. Peter and Paul School as weU. During March, counselors will begin reviewing four-year graduation plans. Middle school students will set these plans during evening meetings at NBMS’s cafeteria on March ll, 13,14,18 and 19. Invitations will be sent to parents concerning these meetings. Counselors will attempt to meet with parents and students individually during these meetings, as well as in a group. NBHS students will look at their four-year graduation plans during advisory periods during the school day. IRA IN MA MA NU WR MA MA M$9 MUI IM MIA NM MM MM MA NIA IMA NIA / SALE of SALES Friday and Saturday Only ANY ITEM CURRENTLY ON SALE Another Off THE LOW SALE PRICE IF IPS RED PENCILED DOWN. YOU TAKE ANOTHER 25% OFF. You Will Never Save Like This Again. Savings in Every Department Throughout the Entire Store. Aet 25% Off Our Sale Prices Jacob Schmidt Co. 193 W. Sri Aatoalo St. ‘Smiling Service" *25-2352 || ;