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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2A a Heratd-Zeitunq g Wednesday, Novtmsgr 19,1997 ii Sr -mm Paving the way for summer HeraMZsMung photo by I Clrtio Cruz of Nara BraunOsIs, a Schtlrabahn rawpfeya, I courant along a new driveway entrance to lira water perk SOO    wtivOo    RHOnCN^t Union ■■ma ai......... V. tm    •    '    :    •    w    >    . On the agend Court Comal County Commissioners Court will meet at 8:IS a.m. Thursday in commissioners courtroom on the third floor of the county courthouse annex, ISO N. Seguin Avenue. Commissioners will tackle the issue of the county's maintenance of roads within the newly incorporated cities of Bulverde East, Bulverde North and Bulverde Smith. Obituaries KATHERINE R. SWEARINGEN Katherine R. Swearengen passed away on Sunday, Nov. 16, 1997, in New Braunfels, at the age of 92 years. No services are scheduled. The remains were cremated. EP Pir?' * %«' ■,    $.,0    ‘i    % WNERAL HOME t The Edwards Aquifer Authority will conduct a public hearing at 6 p.m. today at the Comal County Courthouse on the . EAA’s proposed 1998 budget and fees. CICO taxpayers A group of concerned Comal Independent School District taxpayers will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative auditorium/meeting room on Farm-to-Market 3159. * The group seeks to learn what CISD patrons see as the district's most pressing concerns. OPHELIA SIMMONS Ophelia Simmons passed away on Nov. 18, 1997, in New Braunfels at the age of 74 years. Visitation will begin at 3 pm Thursday, Nov. 20, and continue until IO am Friday at the ZoeUer Funeral Home. Graveside services will be at 11 am. Friday at the Comal Cemetery. '7&IIer~ jLSJfijnfral FUNERAL HOME (.III h» >< (KS \V MI \ MI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 ll 35 <md U al ii tit Avo. Health officials respond to hepatitis A outbreak Medical officer warns schools,day cares By DAVD OEKUNOER Staff Writer Due to a recent outbreak of hepatitis A in Comal County, health officials have sent out notices to day cares, public and private schools urging people to take precautions against the illness. Comal County Health Department nurse Shel McWilliams said Dr. Dorothy Overman, city and county medical officer, sent the notices last Wednesday “It has been going on since the middle of October,” McWilliams said. "There have been IO cases we have heard about " The cases have involved both children and adults, she satd^ 6 f McWilliams said five of the caser* were children from the same day care center She refused to identify the (fay care center affected citing confidentiality I "he number of hepatitis A cases are rare for Comal County "I would not call this an epidemic but an i nit break," she said McWilliams said Overman’s order applied to all schools and day cares within the county I he order issued by (Kerman urges no sharing of foods or drinks between children, whether the food is brought to the school or day care or comes from a cafeteria or vending machine No foods Hm —last way not to gat hepatitis A is ta wash with soap and water, sspscialty attar you usa tho restroom and bafaro sating.’ — County Health Department nurse Shel McWilliams prepared at home or beverages will be allowed for classroom parties or any school, day care or teacher sponsored function, on or off campus. In her order. Overman said food brought to parties, school or teacher sponsored events must be purchased from stores, bakeries or commercial establishments, and must be individually wrapped or sealed or served by the employees of the commercial establishment Finally, the notice states that hygiene and cleanliness should be Adults and children should adhere to Overman's notice so that they will not get the illness, McWilliams said. 'The nan nit way not to get hepatitis A it to wash with soap and water, especially after you use the restroom and before eating,” she said. “The other factor involved is that you should not share food and drink with anyone ” Before they were given the notices by Overman, day care centers have been taking precautions. “Nobody shares (food) other than ^Starship Troopers I * M— SWni MWW MI 700-761 r Little Mermaid Ll IfesJft mm rn Sn-Sfa* 100-360-560 760-MO^ r I Know What keefn Sat-Ssn ^ You Did Last jjgyjg I jfHRcJI L MO ^ Jackal . a tkrafri tit Sot-Sun^ NIMO 7:16035 Tm ad Ci ty « Sot Suw ^ L PG -13 I [•RcdCorne, r The Man Who Knew l oo Little ^ frel “--*-» iHHTl slwTs i ws Sat-Ssa ^ :1sSlR:1S 7:15*15 what I make,” Frances Hcilmann, Symptoms of hepatitis A are our children are constantly washing Police Beat ■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of burglary between midnight and 7 30 a rn Monday in the I 500 block of Business 35 A New Braunfels man reported someone stole a CD player, speakers, amplifier, 40 CDs and a cellular phone, valued at $1,900 Police said entry was gained to the trunk of the vehicle through the back seat. There are no suspects or witnesses ■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of burglary this past weekend in an unknown location A New Braunfels man reported someone stole tools valued at $1,540 from his pickup toolbox Police said there were no suspects or witnesses abdominal pain in the upper right section of the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, bad appetite, fever, fatigue, diarrhea, dark urine, light bowel movements and skin becoming yellow. The hepatitis A organism enters the body through the mouth “We carry the vaccine for adults,’’ she said “We got the Immune Globulin (for kids) we can give as temporary protection for 90 days This will be given out to the day care involved through the health department ” ■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of criminal mischief this past weekend in the 600 block of West San Antonio Street World Car Motors reported someone scratched several vehicles on its lot, causing $750 worth of damage. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses. ■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of burglary between 4 and 9 pm Monday in the 400 block of Business 35. A Seguin woman reported someone broke into her car by unlocking the driver’s side door and stole her purse, make-up and U S currency, valued at $321. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses their hands, and we make sure they are always clean. The mats are cleaned everyday before and after each diaper change .m4 Kim Nash, assistant director for Around The Clock Child Care, said her day care center is taking health precautions as well “We have good anti-bacterul procedures,’’ she said. “We sanitize our toys twice a day and we have good hand washing procedures for both the children and the adults ” Overman’s order will be in effect until further notice. 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Nm .of* • Triple Triple • Hand Finiahing When Needed For CUM Natural Sdedtaifl A GHI Department Store OoumtiOto SEOL Precious Moments Dmmidti Wildlife Sculptures GHarwich Workshop Ebony Vision Swsrvoski Crystal A Jewelry Collectibles Dept 56 Arthur Court Designs Aromstiqee Home Fragrances Root sod Yankee Candles Portereiron Dinnerware 16630-32 San Mio Ave. ' 281 at IQM Oaks 494-3230 Checks Wilcoms DID YOU KNOW NEW BRAUNFELS HAS ANOTHER GASOLINE STATION BEING PLANNED ABOVE THE AQUIFER RECHARGE ZONE? Location: Corner of Hwy 46 ft Loop 337 Subject: 50,000 Gallons of Gasoline above ground storage • Contaminated air was a concern, now what about contaminated drinking water? • We have 5 filling stations with under* ground tanks in this area, do we need to risk contamination of water with one more? • San Antonio has passed control ordinances for their Aquifer. We are concerned about quantity rights of water what about quality standards? Attend Zoning Board ofA4juetment» To Voice Your Opinion & Concerns On This Subject . November 20, 1997 at 6:30 p.m. .. City. Hall. M he ( *(. ■iaou.^ thrill IN 4 Paid For by Richard G. Seidel 236 Dogwood, New Braunfels, 609-0384 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Existence 5 Peddle 9 District 13 Adored ones 15 MstviMe novel 16 Lamb * pen 17 Mild recession 18 Bird s ‘arm* 19 Slashes 20 For each 21 Skip 23 Nosy 25 Haunted-houee noise ‘ 26 Like satin 27 Pre-holiday 30 Actor I 31 Cameo shapes 32 Kind of avalanche 37 Thaw 38 Accumuiata 40 Platoon or squadron 41 Special event 43 Wide tie 44 Woman s Ms 45 53 “The Eagle — Landed^ 56 Gather (leaves) 57 Strong metal 59 Small NM 61 On the briny 62 Meat choice 63 Major artery 64 Confined 65 Goes out with 66 Chew DOWN 1 Speech problem • 2 — away: spend laxity 3 Roman s IV 4 Shade tree 5 Promising 6 Give forth 7 “No. Pierre* 8 Mushers PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOL VCO MU J3I4U fflQHHW Util Id UMUUM UUU UC! 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