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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Former Newk's Ranch pro wins MississiiStammtisch New Braunfels 75 CENTS Herald -Zeitung 50 Pages in four sections ■ Dec. 19, 1993 Servina Comal County for more than 142 years ■ Home of QUS FISCHBECK ^MMI^^ Serving Comal County for more than 142 years ■ Home of QUS FISCHBECK Vol. 142, No. 27 Murder suspect may be difficult to monitor 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 allegedly murdering local school teacher Kathie Bakxris 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 Appeals. District Court Judge Charles Ramsay decided to lower Davis’ 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. IO or as directed by foe supervising officer, he must submit to a urine analysis and/or breath analysis and he cannot consume narcotics, controlled substances or any alcoholic beverages. Davis was also required to leave the state of Texas. He is currently living in Gulfjport, Miss, where his parents and his wife live. According to Ken Jones of the Mississippi Department of Corrections, the probation department 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 reciprocity to supervise this individual. We deal with convicted felons,” 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 probation 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 County,” said Taylor. “He has not been welcomed around here in a long time.” 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 it's our position he’s murdered a young woman and we would like to keep an eye on him,” 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 do,” said Schneider. “He was told when he left that officiate ftom foe probation department would be contacting him. .. He is not going any place. He is taking cate of his mother and wife,” he said. As of press time, efforts to contact Davis’ pretrial release supervisor Jack Williamson, of the Comal County Probation Department and Judge Ramsay were unsuccessful.Today’s Texas Lottery numbers are 31- 18- - 36 - 48 -13 Jackpot $15 million OOUNTDOWVi 457 DAYS Na* Braunfels Sesquicentennial March 21,1846 March 21.1996 INSIDE ThMtoMariaa Thats bi oft ! mort shopping days teftunttOhrtelmasl (Tim New Bromids Herald Zsiimt lashes he readers It subodt Itsaw to Sumodieek. According to tho Ssnhioaben Arc Af vs# sui ms mfen af 4 ti* community lo gather and thats tho day’s happenings, Wo {arils you lo ikon with usj Q&A with Dan Bremer 2A Q&A with Mary Sorold.,.. 3A Opinion..............4A Letters to the editor 5A Sports Day.........10-12A People................1B Milestones...!.........2B Montage...........MBC SUNDAYBirthday wishes! The New Braurtfsls Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishei to; Cados Medrano, Gayefynn Toney, Scott Steger, Terne Krueger, Joliet Mundt, Gilbert Mohm, Sr., Mery Atm Demutk, Fairy Edwards, Jr., Mary Ann Hoecker, Claudia Kinkel, Walter Settee!, John Schweizer, Sally Stereos, Marty Gibson (belated), Sag Beachman (belated), Clinton Brandt (belated), Helen Christensen (belated), Harold King (belated) Elgin Schemer (belated), Dorothy Bruflodt (Mon.), Betty Kauri (Mon.), Raymond Petrie (Mon.), Francs Rogen (Mon.), George Wehner (Mon.), Dee Willis (Mon.) Happy Anniversary to Rodney dk Billie Key Hansen (led), Danny AY ronne Tristan, barry A Jane Mauldin, Danny A Micaela Zoeller. Chowr contributions top last yM^s total The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung’s Cheer fond 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 food," she said. That is 25 more than last year. They will be packaged and delivered starting a 12 pjn. on Thursday, Dec. 23. Anyone who would like to help package and distribute the food should call me a 625-9144.* The fund’s proceeds assist local needy fkmilics. To donate, call the Herald-Zeltung a 625-9144. Today's donations were from; H Closed Circuit Video Distributers lac.-SSM ■Manorial Elementary Second Graders $619.94 ■ The teachers at MsuMria Elementary (hi honor of Shaven Tale)-$36 ■ Anonymous-$23.5# SCJ. A Norma Hanson-$25 ■ Ronnie 4k Betsy McKean-SM ■ Today's Total-$7,026.06 ii A bond of $1 million was aa for Michael Lynn Walla, 21, of Schertz, the suspect Trusted Wednesday in connection with the brutal murder of an Odessa woman who was found a Canyon Lake Saturday morning. OBI wrapping lo ■outfit local groups Gift wrap service is available a the New Braunfels Factory Outlet (next to Ribbon MU volunteers ftom the Children's Shelter and St Paul Lutheran Youth. Gifts can be wrapped for $1.50-15.50 and the proceeds will hfwfftf both the Children's Shelter and St Paul Youth. Rlvei* City crowns San Marcos takes 73-68 win over New Braunfels for River City Classic boys championship. Canyon Cigarettes beat New Braunfels 40-37 for girls championship - 12A m (Hghb-Tony Cantu (44) goes up tor too egalnet Bgki 4lQ I *-■{><'.'/ p. ^ I CR Dr — tx ~ y*N°GLLU$*8Hi% I comte:: DARE graduation ceremonies. ■ See Page 1B '*    ?990 Baby Byler to undergo liver transplant Jan. 17 is date set for second attempt at life-saving operation By ROBE MAR* EASH a** m Mg GIITi VvrlUr Still recovering ftom a broken hip suffered during preparation for s liver transplant earlier this fell, Megan Byler is doing well enough to be    for    § attempt at the transplant on Jan. 17. "Otefotn her log and hip injuries, foe's doing good,” said Billie Conway, Megan's grtnAnrtfer “Hw nnlnr*fi    bid 4* still has to take her vitamins and medication but she's gabling weight It looks like the'TI be in good shape for the surgery”    Megan Byter The surgery will use a portion Megan’s mother's liver in an attempt to save the 19-moofo old's 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 ftom biliary artre-sia, a condition in which the liver does not frilly develop. The condition was diagnosed by doctors earlier this year. Since then, local titians and dvic chiba lave doomed to a ^pedal fend set up in Byte's name in Schertz to help pay for the operation, which was not covered by the family's insurance. Accidents keep police busy Days Inn breaks ground in New Braunfels 20pcopla.M Thensw hotel will be located next to the By ROM MARU EASH Mi mM U<-S4__ Mil wffnm Sixty new rooms will be available in New Braunfels this fumftef — ■Action! epees for summer tourism and a new motion tor business travelers throughout tin year. 'TUI mw Days bm will have 60 new rooms — 21 singles, 21 doubles and 2 Stites*” said Milos Dieter of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at the groundbreaking ceremonies Friday afters noon. Them wfll also be a meeting room for International House of Pancakes lust off Interstate Highway 35. It is scheduled to open tor burins^ in luna of 1994. The owners ne fen Fatal and PU Fatal. TCen Feel bu been in the motel busi-nees for 17 years,” said Pit Fuel. T have bean working with him in the bittiness tor the la* Ava yearn Anil Pmti, Ken's broth*, will be moving to New Braunfels ftom Florida to manage the property. “Basically, tbs main stttxactioo to New Braunfels was Schlittetbahn and tits reaort industry, but we were also interested in foe commercial aspect of the axridor between Austin end San Antonio. Also our architect add bs had never had such good cooperation as be had working with people in New Braunfels. We met with NBU to work out our needs and foe result was tremendous. That wee very encouraging to ut.” The Paula are ftom tai South Texas arm. ATEC Engineer! and Contractors ftom Houston will be building the motel. The architect is Terry Brewer of Delist. Hensley family seeing how generous community can be IBUAMn MAMM By fHlll LH nUVRrVb MUM IIMUa Mn fFflMi A local fondly that has bean hit by head times during foe Christmas seam is seeing just how generous the defoam of New Braunfels can be. DUne ud Robot HanaUy and their chUdno wa. fecund in in ntlcU in the timid frtomi ae Wetaedny. The metal to tin gory hee bean phenomenal. The Heneley fluidly add day have motived cavetti phone calU and dooatae. Tammy Haaeley, 17, tart tavern! peopU have given money lo her (tatty. She Hid (Khan have dropped off tad tad a tatty ta Sen Amado ie peovidtag her foully with eChrieBnee dinner. A monetary donation hee been made by the BveniigUone Chih. Several od* oqmdauiaaa have alto oflhmd their help. "One peon bou|la in a whoU bai of amtritt,-the mid "Wadid nm eqpa anorthic to aridge Jim dan#! da artou would thow how ll eta he tom oT timet fcr many Urn-UUe." “If we mr things wa (tainted, we pUyasdoomt then a> od* UmuUe. Thee ae «■ doame ha* whm nae #vm e ai" MUI I BHUIlJri Tbs Hrotiayi WM hit hard morody what Hobart feat his job ti I fecal oonvmlcnm atom. His son, Rebait I, told fee lean Clara ti the Downtown Haro Ttoe UghdiB Ceremony th* his fondly would not be having Chrtebnai tide year. Sines the article ne, Robert lr. has hod two rails about job interviews and wfo hmm Mowfey lf ba got OM Job. “It has been Oread Central Station bras,” mid Robat “W« have biMt writing down tbs BfltiBi of evtiyoos who has htipad ut so wa OM teki sa ad out in the piper thaofe* tiara." (Top photo) Ulysses Grant, 7$, of New Braunfels wee helped Into an ambulation by Now Braunfels emergeney technicians (from left) Frank Gonzales, Wan Mayst and Victor Sierra Friday afternoon. Grant woo Involved In on oooldent at tho oomer of Business 1-3$ (Hwy. •1) and Beguin St. Ha was taken to MoKenna Memorial Hospital wharf ha wee treated and released. (Right photo) James Comet be, 3$, of New Braunfels, Ie questioned by New Braunfels polloi officer Frank Moreno shortly ofter ho woe Involved In an aooidant at approximately t pm Friday afternoon on Casted BL Cornelius woe iaooAtiif base Homos M EOM I sifoe Im msiim boom noon asm omen aa aam! irVMCI Hy nfw MnMlnvMIM imirginiiy ptrionnii •I the aoana and released. L ;