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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 18, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                OCTOBER 2003 LOCKED UP New Braunfels Unicorns edged put 2017 Priday night in district action against the Lockhart Page 5A FORUM BUSH LOVE Molly Ivins doesnt hate President George His on the other are another Page 4A Serving New Braunfels and Gomal County since 290 14 2 sections K www Partly cloudy High Low 81 52 Details 1B DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM RELIGION SPORTS TV GRIDS 36 2B 2B 4A 4B 56A 3B Valley Fabrics move cuts 45 jobs By Dylan Jim6nez Staff Writer Fortyfive people will be out of wprkby 25 when Mission Valley Fabrics transfers denim finishing operations out of New Bramtfels and closes its retail store on MqKenna Plains Cotton Cooperative Asso ciation parent company of announced Friday it will relo cate a portion of its denim finishing operations to its American Cotton Growers Denim Mill in northwest of Thirtyeight manufacturing jobs have already been Those employees will be offered the oppor tunity to transfer to spokesman John Johnson said Fri Seven more retail workers will work through the end of the Johnson said he was unsure how much the city would lose in taxable The mill has been here since The layoffs are the third round of cuts by MVF in the last two In two rounds of layoffs put 500 people out of All the layoffs stem from the same overseas Johnson PCCA continues to reduce pro duction costs to remain competitive with cheap imports of textiles and apparel from China and other Asian Johnson Asian countries keep costs 40 per cent lower than he The financial strength of this company remains very but we can not afford to produce for a Johnson We have an obliga tion to the farmers who own this coop to make money for PCCA has about stock The layoffs bring the areas manu facturing jobs loss total to about 70 after Porter a sign closed earlier this The mill will continue to manufac ture yarn with about 72 There are no textile manufacturers in the area for the 45 workers to turn said Rusty economic development director for the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce Theres not anything close by for these folks to go and do anything theyre used he The only manufacturer hiring now is Moll which is hiring parttime said Ed Texas Workforce Center San Antonio manufacturers are not expanding Vallego The retail store on McKenna will sell its inventory of woven fabrics until 5 Next week the plant will shut down for a week to move Recruiters court area students By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Jonathan a New Bfaun fels High School took time Friday to visit with a Marine Corps recruiter at the annual college fair at the civic Dominguez is a first lieutenant in the junior ROTC wants to go to school after a fouryear commitment and recruiters joined techni cal apprenticeship programs art community colleges and fouryear universities at the More than 60 institutions offered information about education andtraining programs to 600 juniors and seniors from area high It is important for students to apply to colleges in the said Sherry Canyon High School career center direc tor and event Most of the recruiters were Texas but institutions as far as the Uni versity of Oklahoma attended the Texans make up 20 percent of the OU freshman said Paul associate director of perspective student Many of the schools had already sent a number of acceptance recruiters Schools receive a lot of applications in said Dana Sam Houston State University admissions See Rage 3A Canyon High SshecJ Sterling HajwJrM i Itw Rutop si pstegi fair Friday tern if hi has what FRONT and CENTER Dieters high on protein ABOUT LOWCARB DIETS Lowcarb diets induce lipplysis and Lipolysis is a body process of burning away stored fat as a fuel Lipplysis and ketosis usually occur during a induction peri during which dieters intake of carbs is very After carb intake is gradually SOURCE LOWCARB DIET TIPS Although the diet seems to Nutritionist Nancy Teevyhouse said dieters should take precautions Drink a ounce of water per pound of body weight per Lack of water could lead to or complicate kid ney Meats lose essential min erals and vita mins when Supplements might be neces sary to ensure proper nutritipn al value is con Nick a cook at TJs Burgers and serves up a meat patty topped DAVID with one pf the eaterys Ipwcarbohycjrate meal Eateries stir up meals low on carbohydrates From wire reports New Braunfels restaurants are jumping i onto a of beefing up menus to help customers slim TJs Burgers and More and New Braun fels Smokehouse are among local eater ies that have responded to consumer demand for lowcarbohydrate Everybodys looking for the lowcarb diet right said Mark Smokehouse A lot of people would come in and order a grilled chick en breast or a hamburger with just cheese on We put together all our meats that are lowcarb with our vegetables that are lowcarb and put a tossed green tossed salad with Lehmann Lowcarb diets allow dieters to eat eggs and dairy all proteinheavy eliminate sugars and The popular Atkins named for Robert is one of the best known lowcarb diets and has taken American dieters by Recent research suggests that people on lowcarbohydrate diets can actually eat more than folks on standard lowfat plans and still lose With wordofrnouth success stories the demand for lowcarbo hydrate options had Restau rants are responding in Smokehouse owner Sue Snyder decid ed to introduce a lowcarb menu in Sep Lehmann The perception is that barbecue food See Page 3A Ramsay to seek another term on bench Special to the HeraldZeitung SAN MARCOS State 22nd Judicial District Judge Charles Ramsay announced Friday his tion tp seek Serving the citizens is a and I feel the pf the voters In this district is the highest honor I have received m my yegfi pf Ran siid to a press ajn prpud to serve the voters of this district whp bjye given me their ujtfaJtog support pver the yem A lifelong resident of Hays Ramsay has served PR Jhe bench Since The gnd judjeM PJstriGj serves Ways and CaM well Ramsay services as Jppgji ajdjrnirttstrative judge of the three district courts that serve those counties In addition to his duties on the Ramsay in on the juvenile board in Hays and CaldweU He has served as an officer of many eivte and professional organ including as president Ramsay of the South Central Texas Bar Ajssjqpationi president of the San Marcos Jftwanis club and director of Sjowiiiside Cprrjmunjty Center in San See Page 3A Always always working for you   

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