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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas T V THURSDAY FEBRUARY HERALD SPORTS DOUBLE DUTY New Braunfels High School alumnus Brent Powell coaches golf teaches at University of the Incarnate Word Page S FORUM LETTERS Readers sound off on sex offenders the importance of the arts and passing English class Page 4 I yw 9yntysince CLICK i com j Stalls e 4 fail to meet report deadline By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The 30day deadline for filing campaign finance reports in the 2004 county elec tions has passed As of Monday four candidates had not filed the required financial disclosure form which was due Feb 10 They were Greg Parker candidate for Precinct 3 commissioner Bob Wickman candidate for Precinct 1 commissioner Joe Gomez candidate for Precinct 3 con stable and Kenneth Smith candidate for Precinct 2 constable Gomez and Smith also failed to file on time reports due Jan 15 Wickman and Parker said Saturday their failure to file had been an oversight Both filed the forms Tuesday Unopposed races Sheriff Bob Holder and County Tax Sherman Krause report ed money this period in their unopposed bids for re election Scroggin running iinbpposed in his bid to be Precinct 1 constable reported no contributions or expenditures In the Precinct 2 constable race can didate Kenneth Smith had not filed his paperwork as of midaftemoon Monday the second campaign filing he has missed in less than one month Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Dawson seeking his third term reported raising no new money this riling period He spent mostly for campaign mailers In the first filing period which ended Dawson reported raising and See REPORTS Page 3A op v tioris of what become Jsnoiyn the ofTujIn were held in UKM France Today it can be viewed at tests w w W4W permanent home to Italy or as apho two photographs one of the WJgh to belong to Jesus of Nazareth tographic reproduction at shroud ftont of the shioud and one of the Taylor and others including the ters around the world back were taken by Barrie Schwartz a Roman Catholic Church beUeve it is Saturday the newest center wiU open member of the4978 Shroud of Turin authentic to the public at 10 at Believers Research Project team From his neg SHROUD Page 3A I Admission for ages 12 and up is BIO JOB HITS 2001 Flextronics Mission Valley Mills 350 2002 Mission Valley Mills 150 New Braunfels Smoker 110 2003 Mission Valley Mills 45 Dynacast 100 2004 Mission Valley Mills 48 Scooter Store 250 Checks in the Mail lays off 17 employees iy Ron Malonay Staff Writer A few more rrwnuJacturing jobs are about to slip away from New Braunfels Checks in the Mail Human Resources Director David Porter said Wednesday his company soon would lay off i workers As a result of the loss of a fiainy large customer wete lay ing off 17 people at the end of the Porter said Checks in the Mail which came to New Braunfels in 1995 employs more than 400 at its squarefeet Goodwin Lane facility it prints processes and mails checks fior commercial cus tomers Processing pieces of mail each day it is the New Braunfels post offices largest single cus tomer The layoffs represent less than percent of its workforce Page 3A MunozGill seeks reelection CITY AND CISD ELECTIONS Filing deadline is March 15 Early voting begins April 28 and ends May 11 Election is May 15 For information call NB City Secretary Michael R0sandez 608 2100 ext 234 or CISD administra tion office 1791 From Staff Reports New Braunfels District 1 Councilwoman Sonia MunozGill announced Wednesday she would be a candidate for a second term MunoZGill whose dis ttict cojtnnrtses much of the West End has voted to fund street maintenance and repair construction of the Central Texas Technol ogy Center and the West side Comnxwiity Corner It is Unnerative that the city council continues to make streets and drainage a priori MunozGill said The street and drainage improvements in District 1 depend onit She said she would continue to respond to the ciation that I accept their sup port and votes I will continue being heir She was unop posed in 2001 when she sought her first term 1 have a vested interest in the Sonia MunozGill longterm needs of her future of New constituents she said This is where my I am encouraged by my husband and I have chosen friends and neighbors ask to raise our family Not only ing that I continue repre am I proud to have been seiinng MunozGill bom here but Im proud to said It is with deep appre live and work Check us out on the web at MILLER AfMlflfrif 186 ft CastellAve Downtown tew Braunfela
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