New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 17, 1995, Page 2

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October 17, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 17, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ii Herald-Zeitung fl Tuesday, October 17,1995 Stover to appeal firing by trustees By MELANIE GERIK Staff Writer An agricultural science teacher fired last month will appeal the Comal Independent School District trustees' decision, his attorney said Monday. Kelly Slover, an agricultural science teacher at Smithson Valley High School for three years, was fired on Sept. 7 after trustees voted 4-2 to terminate his contract. He was accused of injecting air underneath the skin of a student’s show calf, injecting in the calf s jaw a chemical that would stunt the growth of permanent teeth, and branding the calf with an unregistered brand. Slover maintained his innocence throughout the IO hours of testimony spread over two hearings Sept. 6 and 7 at Canyon Middle School. Slover has until Friday to officially file a petition for review with the Texas Education Agency, said Sabrina Arellano, Slover’s attorney. She said Slover is “looking at all the different options” as to whether to also file a civil lawsuit against the district, and to request that he be reinstated in bis former position at the TEA hearing. “He feels that his name has been blackened,” Arellano said. Slover helped Terry Urbanczyk, a Comal County commercial rancher, find a show calf for her daugh- ‘He feels that his name has been blackened.’ — Sabrina Arellano Slover’s attorney ter, SVHS student Jenny Urbanczyk. Slover was the go-between the Urbanczyks and Curt Jergens, a rancher from the Panhandle who was at the San Antonio Livestock Show in February. During the hearing, both Terry Urbanczyk and district administrators said Slover admitted to the unethical and unprofessional conduct, but Slover denied the allegations. Dennis Quick, president of the Association of Citizens for Education member and vocal supporter of Slover, said the Slovers have “packed up and left town” and did not leave a forwarding address or phone number. Arellano declined to comment on the whereabouts of her client. Therold Fanner, attorney for the district, had not received any information from the Texas Education Agency or the district about the appeal as of Monday, but said the district would “cross that bridge when we come to it” on preparing for the hearing. District Superintendent Jerry Major would not comment on the pending appeal. A TEA hearing officer will hear the case in Austin, then submit a written proposal to the agency commissioner. The commissioner then has the authority to either approve or reject the proposal. Farmer said the decision of the trustees is not considered during the TEA hearing, and said the new hearing “makes the local hearing look like a dry run.” “Everybody gets a second bite at the apple,” he said. The next level of appeal after the TEA would be heard before a district judge in Travis County. Thieves hit ll Canyon Lake businesses in one night By DAVID DE KUNDER Staff Writer Late Thursday night and early Friday morning thieves broke into 11 Canyon Lake businesses, stealing mostly change from cash registers, the Comal County Sheriff s Department said on Tuesday. Lt. Sumner Bowen, criminal investigator for the Comal County Sheriff s Department, said his department is vigorously investigating the case and has suspects in the case. “We got a lot of forensics and fingerprints (from the crime scenes),” Bowen said. “Yesterday, we talked to four possible suspects. It is very difficult to track these suspects down. But we got some good evidence to work with. We just need to put the pieces Change in cash registers targeted by burglars; investigators have leads and possible suspects together.” lf and when the suspects are caught, they may be charged with a Class A misdemeanor instead of a second ‘Yesterday we talked to four possible suspects.’ — Lt. Sumner Bowen degree felony, Bowen said. Under a state law put into effect last year, if less than $1,500 worth of property is stolen, it is considered a misdemeanor instead of a felony. Obituaries Derrick Kneupper Derrick Kneupper, beloved son of Dr. Darrel Kneupper, of Austin, and Vicki Dimond, of Nashville, Tenn., ended a long and courageous fight with AIDS on Friday, Oct. 13, 1995. He was bom Aug. 17, 1969 in Colorado Spnngs, Colo., and spent most of his boyhood in the shadow of Pike’s Peak. He moved to Austin in 1984 and graduated from Westwood High School in 1987. Derrick's last three years were in New Orleans, until his illness forced his return to the loving care of his family and friends in November of last year. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his brother, Nicholas, of Nashville and Oxford, Miss.; grandmother, Elsie Kneupper, of New Braunfels; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles NI. Floyd, of Woodland Hills, Calif.; as well as aunts, uncles and cousins. The family is grateful for the thoughts, prayers and love of all who cared about and for Derrick this past year. We especially acknowledge his long-time friend and caregiver, Susan Titus, as well as Dr. Cynthia Bnnson, Dr. David Wright, and all of the truly wonderful staff of Chn stopher House. A memonal mass will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19 at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 10205 KR 620, Austin. The family requests that memorial donations be made in Derrick’s name to Chnstopher I louse, 2113 E. Martin Luther King Blvd. #106, Austin, TX 78702. Dora Kramme Dora Kramme, of New Braunfels, passed away at McKenna Memonal Hospital on Sunday, Oct. 15, 1995 at the age of 84. A funeral service will be GRASS SOD 100% puro HI Quality Raleigh ar Beimuda A ma ma 609 Buffalo Call 'mtailaiian A»oilabia g jj *p£R p/U I FT BEST 653-1300 Landscape j Days a w..k Coll An,tim. DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS Jim Goodbread ■ in 'I a tor) Cl.iVjH', a j i jijit-evt.'mncj' A Sa’ ad iys 210-625-0312 Need extra cash *til next pay day? Call or visit MANS FAMILY CREDIT SERVICE Apply today 625-7369 273 W. San Antonio St. Now Braunfels, Texas 78130 held at IO a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17, 1995 at the Zoeller Funeral Home with interment following at the Guadalupe Valley Memonal Park. Visitation begins Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continues until service time Wednesday. , Sophie Louise Kabelmacher Reeh Sophie Louise Kabelmacher Reeh, resident of Georgetown, Texas, formerly of New Braunfels, passed away at the Wesleyan Nursing Home in Georgetown Saturday, Oct. 14, 1995 at the age of 97. She was bom Dec. 12, 1897 in New Braunfels to Alfred and Mary Ann (Stautzenbergcr) Weidner and married Walter Kabelmacher on July 15, 1925. Her husband preceded her in death on Dec. 29, 1963. She married David W. Reeh on Feb. 6 1974 and he also preceded her in death on Sept. 5, 1986. She was a former owner of Kiddie Land children’s clothing store in New Braunfels and was a member of the First Protestant United C hurch of Christ. She was also a life member of the New Braunfels Garden Club, a member of Hermann Sons, and a life member of the Comal County Fair Association. Mrs. Reeh moved to Georgetown in 1986. Survivors include a daughter, Shirley Dunn, of Georgetown; two grandchildren, Darrell W. Dunn and wife Patti, of Georgetown, and Jimmy Dunn and wife Judy, of Bryan, Texas; three greatgrandchildren, Doug Dunn, Jared Dunn and Ethan Dunn. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1995 at IO a.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment following at the Guadalupe LANDA STATION WH "l) 1/2 PRK I THRU MOV IMM. JO* NOT VALID WITH ANY CWH*. Off MS no suumunoNS nsASi Live Music Tues. Painted Pony ThufS. - Al Bartow full Bor fn IBA Sat MuntyTyb Call 620-3311 For Pick-up Window 48 Books to choose from Rhoads Interiors 943 N. Walnut Ave 625-3477 Bowen said since most of the items stolen was change from cash registers, the change stolen may add up to less than $1,500. Bowen said he hopes to make an arrest soon. The businesses broken into were Carol’s at the Hitching Post, The Sunroom Tanning & Fitness Salon, The Hitching Post, Cardboard Heroes and Sports Cards, Kathi’s Resale, Sharon’ s Toys and Gifts, J C’s Burger Shop, Canyon Lake I Hour Photo, Wagon Wheel Inn and Helen’s Variety. Ernie Pavlock, owner of the Hitching Post Feed & Garden Supply, said the Valley Memonal Park. Rev. Margaret Decker will officiate the service. Memonals may be given to Wesleyan Homes, Inc., 1105 Church St., Georgetown, TX 78626; or First Protestant United Church of Christ, 172 W. Coll St., New Braunfels, TX 78130. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Charles R. Fischer Charles R. Fischer, of New Braunfels, passed away at Eden Home on Saturday, Oct. 14, 1995 at the age of 89. He was bom July 8, 1906 in New Braunfels to Fritz and Sophie (Borchers) Fischer and mamed Lillie Louise Schaper on July 23, 1927. His wife preceded him in death in 1938. He mamed Sophie Bergeron Jan. 8, 1942 and she also preceded him in death on Oct. 17, 1989. Mr. Fischer worked a number of years for LCRA and then worked at Becker Motor Co. until he retired. Later he worked as a locksmith. Survivors include two daughters, Dons Engler and husband Melvin, of Geronimo, Texas, and Dorothy Ann Middendorf and husband Wilfred, of Melrose, Minn.; one son, Robert Fischer, of New Braunfels; 11 grandchildren; and 18 great-grandchildren. He GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM $3 OO Hmm good nV13 thru 10/19 rn .bmmOkin Fn, Mon-Thur OO 7:00 9.00 Sat-Sun* I OO. 3 00 5 00 7:00 9 00 J IE Fn. Mon-Thur 4 35 7 05 SCVCK 9:30 —PT" ASSASSINS MonThur4 40 7:15 Sat-Sun 1 50 4 35 7 05 9 30 K 945 Sat-Sun 2 00 4 40 7 15 945 Jade I RI Fn, Mon-Thurs 5 20 7 20 920 Sat Sun 1 203 20 5 20 7 20 9:20 m mm—C halloween Ff^on~ [ MMLO RIMMX ll) 5:30 7 30 Sat Sun I 30 3 30 5 30 7:30 SHOWGIRLS * Im Smd» Ii BBLuu< lu fttiu. 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The burglaries have made Bruce and Dana Jones of Canyon Lake I Hour Photo consider installing a burglar alarm for their business. “They took $9 worth of quarters and a camera,” Bruce Jones said. “We have now put a heavy duty lock on the door with a little plat around the lock so that it will be a little hard for them to get in again.” was preceded in death by a sister, Meta Fischer; a grandson, Steven Middendorf; and a great-granddaughter, Amy Goebel. A funeral service will be held Tuesday, Oct. 17, 1995 at 2 p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment following at the Comal Cemetery. Rev. Richard Carse will officiate the service. Visitation continues until service time Tuesday. Memonals may be given to Eden Home, Inc.; First Protestant United Church of Ghost, or to the charity of one’s choice. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Marie Fischer Miss Mane Fischer passed away at the Regent Care Center in San Antonio on Sunday, Oct. 15, 1995 at the age of 92. 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