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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HERALDZEITUNG Thursday June Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 Stuck in the middle K JESSIE Ariel Dybowski gets caught playing instead of shopping with her grandmother Hazel Dybowski Wednesday at the Senior Center Thrift Store on Landa Street The 3yearold still skipped away with a few bargains including a pair of hotpink tennis shoes Crowd expected for movie at the pool FROM STAFF REPORTS The first Swimmin Cine ma event is expected to draw a crowd of curious onlookers Thursday at the Aquatic Complex in Landa Park Im expecting a big said Amy Weigelt aquatics superintendent Doors will open at 8 for children and parents look ing to save their spot in the pool in the bleachers or pool side The sundown showing of Scooby Doo Warner Brothers 2002 liveaction Release is expected to start about The screen will not be as big as a standard movie the ater screen but it is large 0nough for a crowd to view Weigelt said More than 200 tickets are available from 8 to 5 at the park office Cost is for children and for adults Patrons also can buy tick ets at the door the night of the event A limited number of inner tubes will be available for children to float on in the 4 feet to 6feet deep pool Food drinks and lawn chairs are allowed but glass and alcohol are prohibited in the complex Adults must accompany chil dren less than 10 years old Weigelt has hosted Swim min Cinema at aquatics cen ters in other cities She said floating in a tube and watch ing a movie is a unique com bination that has been a success with families Just because the sun goes down doesnt mean the fun has to she said If tonights event is suc cessful Swimmin Cinema could continue throughout the summer Weigelt said be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINE Publication Date Deadline Date WEDNESDAY July 2nd THURSDAY July 3rd FRIDAY July 4th SATURDAY July 5lh SUNDAY July 6th 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we have the capability to maintain redundant communication with all of our health peo ple in the Preiss said Being that SARS was in Austin we really didnt do any thing different than we already had been doing because we already had people going to the places where they had big The Austin cases did not alarm Preiss We have been on the alert for it for a long time and have not sat back and thought that if s not going to happen Preiss said Although there have been some individuals tested in Comal County there have been no cases that could be officially designated as suspected or The two Travis county cases are still pending but the victims have recovered said Bob Flocke communications manager at County Health and Human Services Both patients spent just a night in the hos pital and were released to home isolation where they and those who came in contact with them were under specific restrictions for 10 days after symptoms subsided The last suspected case of SARS was released from home isolation June 15 There have been more than 400 suspected cases of SARS in the and only six of those cases have tested positive for the coro na virus associated with SARS Travelers to Austin including commuters are in no danger Flocke said You need to be in some close prolonged contact with someone to get he said All those in contact with the suspected SARS victims have been tested and cleared of the condition he said JUNE 9pm JAY ERIC JUNE 28th 9pm DERYL JULY 9 pr WADE BOWEN JULY 9pm BLEU EDMONDSON RANDY ROGERS WADE BOWEN i 50th Annual WATERMELON FUN FOR EVERYONE World Championship SeedSpitting Concerts Carnival Exhibitors Market Beer Garden Food Parade Melon Eating Car Show Much Morelll June 29 Downtown Luling Texas 830 8753214 ext 2 GATE ADMISSION FRIDAY SATURDAY ALL TICKETS SOLD AT GATE ONLY O Thursday June 26 FREE STREET DANCE TEXAS UNLIMITED BAND Saturday June 28 Jason Boland The Stragglers CROSS CANADIAN RAGWEED Person Friday June 27 JACK INGRAM CHARLIE ROBISON Person Sunday 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