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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald March Serving Comal County Home of Krlsten Lamsfuss C 50 Cents 75 Cents Sunday 76 Grade scam alleged Coach says principal tried to influence scores BUI MacLeay Up for renewal By DOUGLAS PILS HeraldZeitung SMITHSON Valley High Schools head basketball coach was told Thursday his contract would not be rec ommended for which the coach alleged is the result of his refusal to inflate grades of algebra SVHS principal Ron Hayworth told Coach Bill MacLeay Thursday he was rec ommending the coachs contract not be renewed for the 199394 school accord ing to MacLeay said the principals action is the result of parent complaints and his refusal to inflate grades in his Algebra I classes at Hayworths who is resigning this spring to return to said he did not want to comment on specifics of the situation until after the March 15 meeting of the Comal Independent School citing you better get a good following their Thursday If he says I asked him to inflate hes not telling the I really dont have anything else to say on the Hay worth CISD Superintendent Joe Rogers was planning to meet with both educators Friday morning to hear both sides of the who was pulled from his algebra classes alleged that on three sep arate occasions Hayworth requested he inflate the grades of his students to push them through the The coach alleged that first incident occurred at the end of the fourth six the second was one week to 10 days and the third case was during a 45minute conservation See page 2A Iselin plant to shut down By GREG MEFFORD HeraldZeltung West PointPepperells Iselin plant will cease operations in plant employees were told Workers at the Seguin Avenue plant said Thursday night theyd received notice that the plant would cease operations in the coming Plant manager Art Jones con firmed the report Friday morn ing but was unable to provide details on the decision at Jones said three of five shifts Doctors passing up rural jobs By GARY CARROLL Increasing government regu lations and declining Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements are steering doctors away from rural private practice and into areas of specialty or into the employ of large TintOweffsChief of Staff ar McKenna Memorial Hospital Owens said that doctors today are being offered lucrative deals with health maintenance orga nizations and large urban hos and fewer and fewer doc tors are willing to spend the mon ey to set up a small rural prac The problem that your medical schools are in big and the doctors are not schooled in the day to day Owens Owens said that to practice in New a doctor must find a place to find a place to set up his learn all applicable government regula hire and pay a and learn skills not traditionally taught in medical school such as patient charges and billing and do it right because if you screw up theyll come and get Youre flying blind and tak ing on a humongous amount of Owens Headhunting agencies seek out and place doctors and charge sizable often in the tens of thousands of but the fee is paid for by the Tim assistant admin istrator at said he deals with several firms in his effort to attract doctors to New but the cost of pay ing the search agencies is not passed on to the Those fees come out of our normal operating Brierty See page 2A Mark Guzman of San Antonio is carried up the bank of the Guadalupe River late Thursday after being swept into the river and catching his foot on a A New Braunfels Fire Department rescue team responded and transported Guzman to McKenna Memorial where he was treated and Photo by John working at the plant had been notified by Friday The New Braunfelsbased woven fabric operation an nounced Wednesday the sale of its Mission Valley which was purchased by members of the plants management team and The Lewis a Dal lasbased investement The sale of the Mission Valley the older of the two is expected to be completed by late according to plant offi Chamber of Commerce officials estimated the Iselin facilitys workforce at about Clay first to file for CISD seat By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeltung Garden Ridge businessman John Clay is the first candidate to file for the Comal Indepen dent School District board of trustees election May I want to I have three kids in the Im a andMhink a lot of problems can be solved by good Clay is the golf professional and manager for the Northcliffe Country Club about 10 miles south of NewBraunfels in Guadalupe He said his business experi ence and his active participation in the schools will help him be effective on the Im a people Clay I think good communica tion and understanding between parents and the board is Im active in the schools and my wife has been I know about running a Clay I think its a real good dis trict with some problems and I want to Clay has lived in Garden Ridge for seven Piling for May 1 election began 15 and will end March Commissioners OK juvenile punishment grants By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeltung Applications for three grants to address juvenile crime and punishment in Comal County were approved Thursday morn ing at the regular session of Commission ers Carol Chief Probation Officer of the Juvenile Probation Department pre sented a request for approval for two grant The Purchase of Youth Services grant would provide funds for residential ser detention and psychological evalua The Diversionary Program Officer grant would provide funds for a juvenile proba tion officer to work with Communities in Schools Choices a program similar to DARE focusing on keeping juve niles away from crime runaway and truancy and mediation We thought this would be the most cost effective way to get another Robi son The Juvenile Probation Commission has a standard that says we should have one probation officer for every 100 referrals we receive In 1992 we had a total of 449 referrals were not in com We feel this would be a real ben eficial program for Sheriff Jack Bremer asked for approval for application for the third year of a Juve nile Officer This is the third year on this Bremer Its been a real effective pro gram weve gotten a lot of good Juvenile law enforcement is one of the most difficult fields to operate We all have more than we can It really takes a lot of expertise to be able to do and its worked so much more smoothly having one person trained and responsible for Believe its worthwhile Both requests were approved In other business the court Tabled awarding bids for the fiber glass boat for the sheriffs Reappointed County Judge Carter Casteel and County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander to the CHCondominium Council Landa offices board of Approved application for and admin istration of Health grant funds to the Local Emergency Planning Committee for train ing in hazardous materials Inside Stammtisch WATER On Sunday Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wish es to Cameron Dalton Molly Eric David Nicolasa Monceballez and Megan Saturday Birthday wishes go to Janet Hummel and Domingo Maldonado Belated Birthday wishes go to Irma Martinez and Jennifer Anniversary wishes go to Arnold and Sharon Feltner and Ruben and Gloria Sausage dinner The Canyon Lake Forest Club is hosting an oldfash ioned Germanstyle sausage dinner from to 3 March Tickets for adults are and for Church Women The Church Women United of Comal County will cele brate World Day of Prayer at March 5 at the First United Methodist Gun show A gun show will be held March 67 at the Civic Guns may be sold or More information is available at Leos charted The New Braunfels Noon Uons Club charted four new Leos Clubs In Comal County Thursday making the county home to four of only five such clubs In the The chartering of the which are made of high school brings the total num ber of Uons clubs in the city to See Sundays edition of the New Braunfela HeraldZettung for
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