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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas IN SPORTS DAY Former Nowks Ranch pro wins Mississi COUNT 457 DAYS NawBrtunteli Setqulcentennlal March March INSIDE with Dan 2A with Mary 3A 4A Letters to the 5A Sports 28 SUNDAY Staminas ch Birthday wishes The New Broiutfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birth day wishes to Carlos Medrano Gayelynn Toiuy Scott Seeger Teresa Krueger Janet Mundt Gilbert Molina Mary Ann Demuth Fairy Edwards Mary Ann Haecker Claudia Kinkel Walter Scheel John Schweizer Sally Stevens Marty Gibson belat Sug Bauchman Clinton Brandt Helen Chrtitensen Harold King belated Elgin Schaefer Dorothy Brttflodt Betty Kouri Raymond Petrie Francs Rogers George Wehner Dee Willis Happy Anniversary to Rod ney A Billie Kay Hansen Danny Yvonne Tristan Larry Jane Mauldin Danny Micaela Zoeller Cheer contributions top last years total TteNewBramfelsHerald Zeitungs Cheer fund campaign donations have topped the total of last year according to Circulation Director Carol Ann Avery According to Avery 25 more baskets have been ordered than were ordered last year We have ordered 250 baskets of she said That is 25 more than last year They will be packaged and delivered starting at 12 on Thursday Dec 23 Anyone who would like to help package and distribute the food should call me at The funds proceeds assist local needy families To donate call the Herald Zeitung at 6259144 Todays donations were from Closed Circuit Video Dis tributors Inc Memor ial Elementary Second Graders The teachers at Memorial Elementary In honor of Sharon Tate Anony mous JO C J Norma Hanson Ronnie Bet sy Todays Total million bond set for murder suspect A bond of million was set for Michael Lynn Waller 21 of Schertz the suspect arrested Wednesday in connection with the brutal murder of an Odessa woman who was found at Canyon Lake Saturday morning Qlft wrapping to benefit local groups Gift wrap service Is available at the New Braunfels Factory Outlet next to Ribbon courtesy of volunteer from the Childrens Shelter and St Paul Lutheran Youth Qifa can be wrapped for and the proceeds will benefit both the Childrens Shelter and St Paul Lutheran Youth running out Thtnanonlyl mort shopping days WlunMOMiftnail Stammtiieh Stammtttek According to iht ScfhttHfuiff ArcMvti and mtmbtn of tin Otrman community Stammtlidr npnttnti t tltttai plan fir mtmbtn cftnt community to gathir and then flu dayi hafpnilnit Wt invtli you to ikon with uij Riven City crowns San Marcos takes 7368 win over New Braunfels for River City Classic boys championship Canyon Cougarettes beat New Braunfels 4037 for girls championship 12A graduation ceremonies See Page 1B New Braunfels Herald 75 CENTS 50 Pages in four sections Dec Serving Comal County for more than 142 years Home of QUS FISCHBECK I Vol 142 NO 27 Murder suspect may be difficult to monitor By JENNIFER ROMPEL A 1 Of enure its nrwitinn miintofM By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Capital murder suspect Jack Warren Davis was released on bond two weeks ago however the conditions set for his release may be difficult to monitor according to some officials Davis was arrested four years ago for alleged ly murdering local school teacher Kathie Balonis in 1989 Balonis was killed in her New Braunfels Oaks apartment Davis was convicted in 1990 but his conviction was overturned by the state Court of Dis trict Court Judge Charles Ramsay decided to lower bond in hearing on Dec 6 The conditions set forth in his bond included that he must commit no crime against the laws of the state he must report to his Comal County super Mississippi probation officials say they have no jurisdiction over Jack Warren Davis conditions visor twice per week beginning Dec 10 or as directed by the supervising officer he must sub mit to a urine analysis breath analysis and he cannot consume narcotics controlled sub stances or any alcoholic beverages Davis was also required to leave the state of Texas He is currently living in Gulfport Miss where his parents and his wife live According to Ken Jones of the Mississippi Department of Corrections the probation depart ment in Mississippi has no statutory authority to supervise Davis because he is not on probation or parole The Interstate Compact deals with cases involving probation and parole We have no rec iprocity to supervise this individual We deal with convicted he said Special prosecutor Ray Taylor said he did not think monitoring Davis will be a problem He said Davis is required to call in and proba tion officers will be able to immediately call him back to make sure he is calling from Mississippi The last place on the planet he will want to come is to Comal said Taylor He has not been welcomed around here in a long He also said that Gulfport Miss officials have been notified that Davis is in that area He said it is likely that he is being observed Of course its our position hes murdered a young woman and we would like to keep an eye on said Taylor Davis attorney Stanley Schneider agreed with Taylor that it is unlikely Davis would return to Texas Jack Davis has no intention of coming to the state unless he is ordered to be here He has already got a job and started working Anything Judge Ramsay asks he will said Schneider He was told when he left that officials from the probation department would be contacting him He is not going any place He is taking care of his mother and he said As of press time efforts to contact Davis pre trial release supervisor Jack Williamson of the Comal County Probation Department and Judge Ramsay were unsuccessful Accidents keep police busy Baby Byler to undergo liver transplant Jan 17 is date set for second attempt at litesaving operation By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer 1 Still recovering from a broken hip suf fered during preparation for a liver trans plant earlier this fall Megan Byler is doing well enough to be scheduled for a second attempt at the transplant on Jan 17 Other than her leg and hip injuries shes doing said Billie Conway Megans grandmother Her colors still bad and she still has to take her vitamins and medication but shes gaining weight ft looks like shell be in good shape for the Megan Byler Top photo Ulyetet Grant 73 of Ntw Braunfele was helped Into en ambulance by New Braunfele emergency from left Frank Qonztlet Wet Meyer and Victor Sierra Friday afternoon Grant wte Involved In in accident at the corner of Butlnttt 135 Hwy 81 and Stguln St Ht wat ttktn to MoKtnnt Memorial Hospital whtrt ht wtttrtattd tnd released Right photo Jamte Corntllut 33 of Ntw Braunftle It questioned by Ntw Braunftlt police officer Frank Moreno ehortly after ht wat Involvtd In in accident it ipproxlmitely 2 Friday afternoon on Catttll St Cornellua wit treated by New Braunftlt emergency pereonnel the totnt and minted The surgery will use a portion Megans mothers liver in an attempt to save the 19month olds life Megan is the daughter of Bill Byler and Vivian Conway Byler and the granddaughter of Harold and Billie Conway all of the New Braunfels area She is suffering from biliary artre sia a condition in which the liver does not fully develop The condition was diagnosed by doctors earlier this year Since then local citizens and civic dubs have donated to a spe cial fund set up hi Bylers name in Schertz to help pay for the operation which was not covered by the familys insurance Hensley family seeing how generous community can be By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer A local family that has been hit by hard times during the Christmas season is seeing just how generous the citizens of New Braunfels can be Diane and Robert Hensley and their children were featured Days Inn breaks ground in New Braunfels to the story has been phenomenal The Hensley family said they have received several phone calls and donations Tammy Hensley 17 said several people have given money to her family She said others have dropped off food and a family in San Antonio is providing her with a Christmas dinner A monetary donation has been made by the Evening Lions Club Several other organizationi have also offend their help bouht whole she said WedW not expect all Just thought the ByROSIMAMIIASH Staff Writer r new roomi will bo available in New Braunfels thii apace for summer tourists and new attraction tor business tnvelcn throughout the year Thii new Days Inn will hive new roomi 28 singles 28 doublet and 2 Mid Mike Dieter of the Greater New Braunfeli Chamber of Commerce at the groundbreaking ceremonies Friday after noon There wfil also be a meeting room 20 The new hotel will be located next to the International HOUM of Pancakci Just off Interstate Highway 39 It ii scheduled to open for buiineei in Juno of994 The own en ire Ken Pitel and Pat Pttel Ken Patel hai been in the motel busi ness for 17 Mid Pat Patel I have been working with him in the buainesi for the five yean Anil Patel Kens brother will be moving to New Bnunfbli torn Hori da to manage the property Basically the main attraction to New Braunfels wu SchJitterbahn and the resort industry but we were also interested in the commercial aspect of the corridor between Austin and Sin Antonio Also our architect u he hid working with people in New Braunfels We met with NBU to work out our needs and the result was tremendous That wu very encouraging to The are ftom the South Texas area ATEC Engineers and Contractors ftom Houston will be building the motel The architect is Terry Brewer of Dallu If we get things we dont need we play to donate them to otter fluniUet Than we can donate back what wu glventouiV1 said Tammy Tnj Hentleyi wen bit hard recandy whm Robert lost Us job at a local convenience ston His son Robert 8 told the Santa Glaus at the Downtown Plan TIN Lighting family would not be hiving Christmas this yeir Since the article inn Robert Sr has hid two oiUs iboutjob TW mvvivvilUffM VP UMP It his bom Grand Central Station nM We have writing down the nimea who hat helped us so we can take an ad out in the ptper thanking 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