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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 13, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas i U 75V Inside Todays Weather Comal County could be a damp place for a with a 40 percent chance of showers 20 percent tonight and a 30 percent chance on Skies today will be turning partly cloudy Winds today am Thursday will be out of the east at 510 miles per diminishing during the Sunset today will be at and sunrise Thursday at Tourney Continues The New Braunfels National and American Little League Allstar teams will continue Area I tournament action tonight on the National League field near Play begins at See Page Checking It Out The Travto County District Attorneys office is expanding iU investigation of campaign loans made to state officials and candidates during the 1980 SA 9B DEAR 9A SPRING 3A 1C TV 60 2A Where did they go Attorney says Morgan sex tapes stolen by reporter BEVERLY AP A lawyer who first claimed to have sex tapes of model Vicki Morgan and high government then said they were stolen by a should get out of the press conference and into a court of a prosecutor In a bizarre twist to the tale of the elusive Beverly Hills attorney Robert Steinberg claimed Tuesday that the purported tapes were stolen by a reporter he refused to Hours he was ordered to produce them in court or face a contempt citation unless he ex plains to a judges satisfaction what happened to Chief Deputy District Attorney Jim whose office subpoenaed the tapes as possible evidence in Miss Morgans said that apart from Steinbergs there is no evidence they I think the threshold question is the very existence of the and secondly the alleged theft of the and I think its about time that we get Steinberg out of the press conference and into a court of law to talk to a judge about these Bascue said after a day of confusing statements about the Steinberg had claimed Monday that the tapes showed six men including the late millionaire Alfred a two appointed ad ministration officials and two prominent They supposedly were shown in sex acts with four Steinberg claimed Miss who was found beaten to death last appears on the tapes only with a friend of President Reagan who died of cancer Miss Morgan had filed a million palimony lawsuit against Bloomingdale shortly before his claiming they had been lovers for 12 Most of the suit was After declining comment on the tapes disappearance for most of the day See MA New Braunfels New Texas 138 Zdtuno d WEDNESDAY July cents 36 Pages Sections USPS 377880 Rushing file for council ByOYANNEFRY Staff writer Just moments before the 5 filing deadline rolled the 13 City Council election turned into a real Two in Valdemar Espinoza and Gerald who had been running unopposed in their respective each picked up an opponent late Norman Kraft of 492 Mesquite opposes Espinoza in District lists his occupation as and has been a familiar face at City Council meetings of Betty Lou a retired teacher who has also taken an active role in city filed against Schaefer in District Schaefer is an incumbent Mayor Pro Tem for the past two and is seeking his third term on the The slate is now as the filing period ended Citizens who have not registered to vote in the 13 election have until 5 Thursday to do The KraftEspinoza race will test New Braunfels new election which is still under review at the Department of Justice in Although Kraft represents an ethnic majority in New hell be running as a minority candidate in District which is more than 60 per cent Mexican The new election plan came about as the result of pressure from the citys who felt that the former atlarge system made it next to impossible for a minority candidate to be The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund still objects to certain features of the new district and this is presumably what the Justice Department is studying right If the federal agency doesnt approve the plan by New Braunfels may have to cancel its Services held for reporter Memorial services were held at 3 Wednesday for Herald Zeitung reporter Jacqueline at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Miss of 1565 Hwy New was killed in a cartrain wreck Monday night on FM 3009 near Garden She was born 1958 in Ohio to Richard and Hazel nee Wrightnour Her father preceded her in She had been a reporter for the HeraldZeitung for the past three She was also a of the Cotillion Club in the Foreign Students Exchange Group Tour and Texas Press Sur vivors include her her Mabel Wrightnour of Ohio one Roy Fowler of Scott and an Westphall of The Lin wood Kennedy officiated at the Pain relievers slapped by FTC WASHINGTON AP The Federal Trade Commission ruled today that advertising claims for some of the best known overthecounter pain relievers were misleading and ordered the drug makers to drop claims of superiority unless they have The decision affects Buf Bayer Vanquish and Midol The ruling came in a pair of commission decisions af fecting BristolMyers and Sterling Drug Such claims as Excedrin being better than aspirin and Bayer being superior to other brands of aspirin have not been adequately substantiated and must be dropped unless clinical proof is the FTC And future advertising in which other pain relievers are compared to plain aspirin must disclose if the advertised product contains the commission the FTC did not order the companies to run corrective advertising to clear up any false impressions left by past ad In its the com mission said BristolMyers had falsely claimed that doctors recommend Bufferin more than any other non prescription pain The ruling also said the firm had falsely represented that Ex cedrin contains special or unusual rather than trying to disguise that its products contain trumpeted that the FTC it said the firm lacked support for claims that its Bayer products have greater freshness or disintegration In the the See Page MA Meow mix Statt by Onc3y Richardson Garnell a resident of the Eden Home tor the and a black kitten get to know each other better during the Pet a Pet program The program was sponsored by the local Humane as puppies and kitten from the societys animal shelter were the guests of Eden Home Related Page Budget crunch CISD data may mean tax rollback election By DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer Comal Independent School District trustees reviewed a budget proposal for the 196384 school year Tuesday and werent real happy with what they The 198384 estimated budget of carried an overall increase from last years budget of Last the district had over million in carryover to help balance out increasing This CISD could face a rollback A rollback works like CISD Business Manager Hugo Nowotny We compute the effective tax rate for which is cents per If we go over 3 percent of last years effective tax we have to have a If we go 8 percent or that triggers the possibility of a rollback election but only if 10 percent of the qualified voters in the district sign As a CISD could face such an election if the tax rate for 198384 exceeds The lowest tax rate presented Tuesday was 77 and that would mean the board would have to decide not to grant a 40 percent homestead which it can do under a law passed by the 1981 Trustees have not voted on the but the budget was compiled with the assumption that it would be as it was last That would result in an tax Petitions are the key because without a school board doesnt have to call an even if it goes over 8 But if the rollback weve got Nowotny The rollback would not affect the 198384 school But in 1984 wed have to revert back to the 198283 effective tax Thats what a lot of people dont com We dont renege on the 198384 school That stays the But for 198485 wed have to go back to Basic mathematics makes the picture a little in we collected roughly million in In we need so we have a rollback and it Nowotny In even if we need all we can have is CISD is not Edgar Willhelm At least 400 school districts in Texas are subject to rollback this And if the rollback trap is that could mean cutbacks in extracurricular ac and even quality We couldnt get under the cents per valuation to stay under even if we adopted the same budget we had last Willhelm Nowotny told the trustees that he anticipated having to borrow money to meet the and maybe even the It depends on when the tax bills go I hope Im but See Page 1M NBISD on the move New superintendent pledges fewer meetings Naw superintendent Charlaa with board president Margy Waldrip Trustees of the New Braunfels In dependent School District whipped through Tuesdays agenda in less than 30 spent close to an hour in executive session and adjourned by New superintendent Charles Brad berry hopes to make this a In hes suggested that the board cut its schedule to one business meeting per with an absolute curfew of Starting in Bradberry recommends a regular study session on the first Tuesday of each Reports and background information would be presented to trustees for review and but no official action would be With those items out of the Brad berry thinks the board should be able to make all necessary decisions within a reasonable space of time on the third Tuesday of each I assure you we can get you out of here in two If we the district ad ministrators are not doing our Were not giving you enough said who stepped into former superintendent Hendricks shoes on But like a good Bradberry hedges his Im unable to get you out of here by then well go back to our plan of two meetings per he For trustees agreed to cancel the scheduled July 19 since they took care of all immediate business on Tuesday The items on the agenda were mostly The board approved the resignations of two hired one set the amount of the Timmerman and Mills scholarships for 198243 and authorized payments for legal financial services and removal of asbestos from New Braunfels High Harriet high school drama and English submitted one of the She will be replaced by Kathryn formerly a teacher at Canyon High School in the Comal Luisa middle school drama has also indicated an intention to leave The amount for the two Timmerman scholarships given to one prospective art and one prospective business major each year and the Mills scholarship given to an aspiring English major was set at for each 191243 payable in t wo f 750 But trustees want to look into the possibility of more scholarships next because they had money left The Timinerman fund contained this
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