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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                note This is the second In stallment of a twopart series on this years candidates for City Both Mayor Skip Stratemann and councilman Joe Rogers are unopposed in theff bids for their second but we feel it is important for the voters to know where they stand on issues afftecting the By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer New Braunfels has controlled its growth satisfactorily and now has a better grip on park problems than it has had in Mayor Skip Stratemann Interviewed Stratemann said he is running for City not and said the distinction was im There are seven individuals on all to come up with tsojf 4 W5 J fw s concerns Being mayor is insignificant youre a City Council member Thats my first responsibility and the most im portant he City Stratemann cited a need for flexibility in applying the citys master plan to specific growth and zoning You have to be openminded enough to Jbend your way of thinking to incorporate some things that might not fit that he You cant have a hardset If youre youre going to The master plan should be examined every five years or but changes shouldnt necessarily be Stratemann Thats why we have a Planning and Zoning If they feel we should change I dont find it that Rules and regulations are but theyre only a Council members shouldnt get too involved in trying to direct the Planning and Zoning he We delegate the authority to We may give them a set of but theyre the ones who should get the and see whether those ideas can be im plemented legally and City parks are 75 percent cleaner than they were two years The effects of tourism are highly visible for months out of the year but the parks have improved Crowds are controlled Litter has been Were getting it under he Im a tourist I love to You ought to see some other places where cities arent addressing their I have a realist this com munity has had tourism as a basic entity for 100 Stratemann You can always Show the bad I drive through Landa Park at least once a and visit twice a day on Ive seen garbage cans dumped in the lake out of sheer its a lack of selfrespect that causes the If we have no respect for then we have no respect for our parks and our city as a Stratemann Education will be more effective than although both are he Stratemann doesnt think river monitors will but will look favorably on things like trash cans at more strategic and prudent programs for collecting once the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board comes up with Extra park rangers wont solve See Page 16 Stratemann New Braunfels Haw Braunfels Texas 158 Zeitung 16 Pages THURSDAY August 25 cents USPS 377880 Roof suit still eyed byNBISD By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Last November New Braunfels school trustees considered taking legal action against those responsible for the construction of the orginal New Braunfels High School nine months they are no closer to a decision than they were back But the idea of filing suit has not been abandoned by the New Braunfels Independent School Jack the school districts reported Tuesday continuing fw4ith investigation if the district has grounds for f of the roof covering the high school gymnasium and cafeteria were found to be faulty by consulting engineers last summer At the Vadvice of these Hendricks ordered those portions of the high school closed at the beginning of the 1981 school year until the roof could be Five months later after the roof had been replaced and the gym and cafeteria NBISD school trustees instructed Borchers to begin his investigation to see if the district could sue the orginal roof Since that additional cqn sultants and an attorney have been hired by the district to help with the Upon Borchers the school board employed Martin of last He has extensive experience in this type of investigation pursuit with this type of Borchers told Dies fee was not But according to a boardapproved if no recovery is obtained from a possible the at torneys Borchers and Dies will receive no Two San Antonio engineers have also been hired by the district to help See Page 16 Inside Todays Forecast Comal County forecast calls for partly cloudy today and and fair Winds will be from the south at 1015 mph becoming light Sunset will be at and sunrise Friday will be at657 Toll rising Police have now linked Coral Eugene Watts with the murders of 11 women in the Houston and he is suspected in murders from Texas to Canada over a 10year Sec Page Near miss Nolan Ryan threw his eighth career onehitter as the Astros swept a threegame series from San See Page 1315 16 Send in the clowns River Gardens clinic resident Susan Sherman applies makeup to Susan while lower photo Fell right shows twin sister Erin the basics of balloon The oecasipn was a Community Education class at the clinic given by the Clown Club and included tips on makeup and Henry Fonda dead at 77 Staff photos by Cindy Richardson LOS ANGELES AP Actor Henry the plainspeaking Midwesterner whose gentle manner and sense of fair play epitomized for 50 years what Americans wanted in their died today after a long battle with heart He was The Academy Awardwinning who starred in such film classics as The Grapes of Mister Young Lincoln and Twelve Angry died at said Larry a Sinai Medical Fondas was at his side when he His Academy Awardwinning actress daughter Jane and actor son Peter arrived just Baum The veteran actor had been hospitalized Sunday for a read justment of his heart a giant of the screen and kept up a vigorous acting schedule until 1981 despite im plantation of a heart pacemaker in a giant of the screen and kept up a vigorous acting schedule until 1981 despite implantation of a heart pacemaker in He underwent exploratory heart surgery in May 1981 and had been in and out of hospitals According to his Fonda had been virtually bedridden for more than a Prior to his last he was hospitalized for two weeks in July for a urinary tract abcessed tooth and adjustment of his heart Christian Science Monitor photo Fonda and Katherine Hep burn in a scene from On Golden Pond Fonda won the 1982 bestactor Oscar for his role as a retired professor in On Golden but was too ill to accept in While he watched the telecast at his Bel Air his daughter Jane ac cepted the award for His wife said he It was his first acting Oscar in three although he had won an honorary Academy Award for his distinguished career the year A funeral was I dont like Fonda told his And its in my will that there wont be Oops Boy baby becomes girl after Mom takes a peek AP Clayton James Schimmer isnt exactly what he was wrapped up to hes a Thats not what the midwife told mother Donna Schimmer when she gave birth to the infant at Wednesday at Sacred Heart General When the midwife delivered the she said it was a boy and wrapped it all up and put it on my and he just rested Schimmer About two hours later when they took the baby into the nursury to clean it they unwrapped it and looked at it and said it was a she There was no doubt about Clayton wasnt a Clayton James has been renamed Katherine but Donna and husband Jeff had some explaining to The couple had called family and friends in Los Angeles with news of their sons They spent the rest of the morning setting the record I certainly wish Id unwrapped Schimmer will next New violence Israelis launch heaviest air attack on West Beirut By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Israeli jets today launched their heaviest strikes on west Beirut in the 9 weekold Lebanese leaders suspended talks with the United States on evacuating the PLO and appealed to President Reagan and King Fahd of Saudi Arabia to intervene to stop the Lebanons state and private radio stations said a ceasefire was negotiated to go into effect at 5 11 but there was no official The air strikes continued after more than JO and the radios claimed more than 300 people killed or They said the operating room in the Berbir Hospital in west Beirut took a direct hit and that patients were The stations also reported more than 100 buildings destroyed in at least 92 divebombing raids by the howling These wholesale massacres and mass obliterations of innocent lives and civilian casualties by Israeli warplanes must be Lebanons Christian Elias said in telegrams he dispatched to Reagan and the state radio and television Lebanons Moslem prime Shafik and Sarkis met for one hour with presidential envoy Philip Habib in suburban then suspended the Wazzan said the unwarranted and unprovoked air at tacks were a clear proof that Israel was determined to destroy the Lebanese capital I have told Philip Habib that I cannot carry on in these talks while these thousands of tons of explosives are wreaking mass destruction in my my I did not break up the But I have told him I cannot carry on and hold him as well as the United States responsible for the Prime Minister Menachem Begin told his Parliament in Jerusalem although a great deal of progress had been made in talks to get the Palestine Liberation Organization out of Lebanon that and French participation in a proposed peacekeeping force remained the main obstacle to a final tanks and artillery joined in the jet which continued without letup after more than eight and the chief spokesman for the invasion command said all preparations have been completed for a final assault into the PLO enclave if one is There were also mounting fears that Israeli and Syrian forces would clash anew to the north and east of the Lebanese The PLO said the warplanes dropped bombs on Palestinian camps and divebombed densely populated where it said no Palestinians PLO spokesman Bassam Abu Sharif said at least 250 people were killed or wounded in Verdun and Aish Bakkar Lebanese police said Israeli jets divebombed areas surrounding the Soviet Embjssy   

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