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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A — HERALD-ZEITUNCJ — Thursday, June 26, 2003Local/State Contact Features Editor Brian Grant, 625-9144 ext. 222 Crowd expected for movie at the pool From Staff Reports The first Swimmin’ Cinema event is expected to draw a crowd of curious onlookers Thursday at the Aquatic Complex in luanda Park. “I’m expecting a big crowd,” said Amy Weigelt, aquatics superintendent. Doors will open at 8 p.m. for children and parents looking to save their spot in the pool, in the bleachers or p<Reside. The sundown showing of ‘‘Scooby Doo" — Warner Brothers’ 2002 live-action release — is expected to start about 8:45. The screen will not be as big as a standard movie theater screen, but it is large enough for a crowd to view, Weigelt said. More than 200 tickets are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the park office. Cost is $4 for children and $6 for adults. Patrons also can buy tickets 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 6-feet deep pool. Food, drinks and lawn chairs are allowed, but glass and alcohol are prohibited in the complex. Adults must accompany children less than IO years old. Weigelt has hosted Swim-min’ Cinema at aquatics centers in other cities. She said floating in a tube and watching a movie is a “unique com bination” that has been a success with families. “Just because the sun goes down doesn’t mean the fun has to end,” she said. If tonight’s event is successful, Swimmin’ Cinema could continue throughout the summer, Weigelt said. of the Herald-Zeitung will be closed on July 4th in observance of Independence Day. DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINE; Publication Date    Deadline    Date^ WEDNESDAY. July 2nd THURSDAY. July 3rd FRIDAY, inly Atli SATURDAY, July Sib SUNDAY, July 6th FRIDAY, Jimm 27 FRIDAY, Avn* 27 - Sp, MONDAY, Awm 30 MONDAY, J«mm 30 - Spj TUESDAY, July I - Noon LINE ADVERTISING DEADLINES Publication Date    Deadline    Date THURSDAY, July 3rd FRIDAY, iwly 4th SATURDAY, inly Sth SUNDAY, July 6th TUEDAY, inly I - Noon WEDNESDAY, My 2 - N MONDAY, inly 2 - Sp. THURSDAY, inly 3 - N HhKAUi-ZhlTlJN& 707 (.anda Street si f/ "Alo MOVEABLE PROPERTY INCLUDES * Furniture * Ari Collection * Bronze Statutory * Western Art * Persian Rugs * Orientalia 409 N. AUSTIN ST. SEGUIN LIVING ESTATE OF MARTHA MAYFIELD CHRANE FRI. JUNI 27 * 7:00 PM SAT. JUNI 28 * 2:00 PM SUN. JUNI 29 * 2:00 PM DOORS OPEN 1 HRS PRIOR. HOUSE SELLS SUNDAY S PM HOME IS ON HISTORIC REGISTER, CAN BE USED FOR COMMERCIAL OTHER MOVEABLES * G. Harvey Lithos * Antique Oak Side Board * Fine Lamps * Crystal * Bronze Fountain * Suzuki Quad Sport All Terrain Bike * Much Much More! LITHOGRAPH DIRECTIONS: 1-10 exit Austin St. & Follow Signs TO #409 1968 MGH GT INVENTORY INCLUDES: 19th century fr. prov amoire, 11x13 mp persian tabriz, 6ft long jade boat fr provincial living room set with 22kt gold finish, antique hand painted trunk chest, pr sevre style urn, 7ft tall bronze fountain, Royal Vienna epergne, lladro figure, various lithographs signed PC. cross, Antique brunswick record player pr bronze deer, numerous bedroom sets, antiques sofa sets, desks, leather sofa sets & much, much more NO MINIMUMS NO RESERVE ON MAJORITY OF MOVEABLES 10 % Buyer Premium M, Taibel *13965, Auction Info (866) 306-9022 Term: Check WI Id, Vise, MC, Amex, Cash NO MATTER WHERE YOU UVE ITS WORTH THE DRIVEPossible SARS cases in Austin By Dylan JimenezStaff Writer Comal County health officials are poised to deal with cases of severe acute respiratory syndrome. No cases have been found in the county, but three patients have been tested for SARS after traveling to areas with high-concentrations of cases, said Karon Preiss, head of the Comal County Health Department. When two suspected cases of SARS were discovered in nearby Travis County, information on assessing and containing possible SARS cases immediately went out to medical facilities in Comal County, Preiss said. “Whenever we get an alert about anything, we have the capability to maintain redundant communication with all of our health people in the county,” Preiss said. “Being that SARS was in Austin, we really didn’t do anything different than we already had (been doing) because we already had people going to the places where they had big problems.” 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 it’s not going to happen here,” 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 “probable.” The two Travis county cases are still pending, but the victims have recovered, said Bob Flocke, communications manager at Austin/Travis County Health and Human Services. Both patients spent just a night in the hospital and were released to home isolation, where they and those who came in contact with them were under specific restrictions for IO 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 U.S., and only six of those cases have tested positive for the corona virus associated with SARS. Travelers to Austin, including commuters, are in no danger, Flocke said. ‘Tou need to be in some close prolonged contact with someone to get it,” he said. All those in contact with the suspected SARS victims have been tested and cleared of the condition, he said. 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JESSIE SLATEN/Herald-ZeitungAriel Dybowski gets caught playing instead of shopping with her grandmother Hazel Dybowski, Wednesday at the Senior Center Thrift Store on Landa Street. The 3-year-old still skipped away with a few bargains — including a pair of hot-pink tennis shoes. *Your Choice of Skirting Installed or Washer & Dryer **Nor valid with any other promotions or specials INIm    tsy    Early    Bird Irk 1,800,171,08??=' 28970 IH-10 West, X OvV    vUm    $100°    °ift    Ccrtifitates Bocrntj TX    it*    tort? ut their choice f IO r choom fiiA i» r a ii i* ” [rn jute*?* Free Swimming Pool" with the purchase of any New Home & Land Package or Home Only Package * 0 Down Payment * Low Monthly Payment * Easy to qualify for * 7 Acre of Homes to choose from * Over 50 Floorplans to choose from * Land Locators Available u.^e & £****• ;