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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltuna a Sunday July Holiday closings in town Tuesday is July 4 a national holiday Most local offices will be open for regular office hours on Monday However many will be closed on Tuesday All city and county offices will be closed Tuesday in observance of Indepen dence Day Local banks will also be closed The sanitatipn department will be open and garbage collection will follow its reg ular schedule The Post Office will also be closed on Tuesday July 4 The New Braunfels Her office will be iclosed on Monday and open on Tuesday Flood of tourists splash and tube through city By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer The Guadalupe River should be flooded this weekend However it wont be flooded with water Itll be flooded with tourists and river con ditions should be ideal for an exciting weekend Bill West GuadalupeBlanco River Authority general manager said the GBRA will be releasing about 400 cubic feet per second of water begin ning at 8 Friday June 30 and will continue releasing that amount through the Fourth of July This is an excellent allpurpose recreation said West It pro vides tubers with water for an exhila rating ride and is also good for rafting and Although heavy rains were experi enced on Wednesday and Thursday the amount of water released probably will not change drastically However if additional rains are experience runoff could occur which would cause the river to rise People need to keep an eye on the weather and remember that rising rivers could be a possibility said Judy Gardner Public Communications Assistant Zero Rivers owner of Rockin R said the river conditions would be ide al for the weekend He said there are only two areas that need particular attention He said the rapids will be very swift at Huaco Falls and there will not be room to go under the Gruene Bridge He also said that the river was a little muddy on Thursday due to the rains Im looking at it right now Its not too bad and it should be back to normal by the time people starting getting on the he said Rivers said outfitters are expecting a busy weekend He said most places will be filled to capacity on Saturday and Sunday and will have a really great Friday Monday and Tuesday Well be having a double week end in volume A lot of businesses will do more on the Fourth of July than they do in he said West encourages individuals on the water to use caution when on the river and offered the following safety rips to reduce injuries and accidents Dont swim in boating or fishing areas or beyond your depth or dis tance Avoid swimming alone Use the buddy Dont dive into unfamiliar waters and always enter feet first Never allow children near the water alone Use life jackets approved by the Coast Guard Water recreation and alcohol do not mix Protect your feet with sneakers or watersheds Wear sunscreen sunglasses and a hat for protection from sunburn Glass and foam containers are pro hibited on the river Leave the water if a storm threat ens or if there is lightening Boaters should check the motor fuel and equipment before leaving the dock and watch for swimmer and skiers in the water Nation Briefs Housing hunt reveal attorney Infighting racism LOS ANGELES AP One Simpson juror said she arrived in court a bruised face because her ex beat her Another flatly denied 0ie shook Simpsons hand more than a Vdecade ago v The stories behind their dismissals from the murder trial came to light on as hundreds of pages of tran scripts were released at the request of the Civil Liberties Union news r tmedia organizations and one dismissed The transcripts paint a picture of racism allegations tabloid tips and attor infighting The most dramatic information per to Juror No 320 a 38yearold worker who was dismissed on jjan 18 before testimony started The a Hispanic woman was the first of removed from the panel The woman arrived at court with a face but initially failed to a beating by her ex transcripts show He beat the out of me and 1 I dont know if you guys had ithe woman told lawyers and the judge in i a closeddoor session Jan 9 T X Shuttlestation focus of talk show circuit X SPACE CENTER Houston AP s As they make the rounds of Earth the occupants on shuttlestation Atlantis Mir are making the rounds of televi shows too getting repeated chances to discuss the meaning of their flight When we look down at the Earth as spacefarers we dont see borders we dont see boundaries we see one earth where we all come said shuttle pilot Charles Precourt in one interview Friday We feel that it would be really tremendous if we could all work togeth er toward positive The American and four moving back and forth from Atlantis to Mir resupplying the space station with water and fetch ing stored blood spit and urine for trans port back to Earth The crews were nearing the midpoint of their adventure today taking every opportunity to pose for the cameras LANDA STATION Christian from tk start Country from tk karL of Tern COUNTRY BAND The harmonies are smooth the sound Sunday July 9 i country and the message Is positive 1995 PM TYee of Life Fellowship 652 Loop 337 New Braunfels 6256375 Ladies Brunch Suiulav II urn Crepes Childs menu and Regular menu available 4 V STATION k Childs Plate Available ITS BACK OUR FAMOUS i K t HtG DAILY 10 Limilod Timo Oiler Lunch Special 371 UI McCoy Pony BflTMRN Dally APOLLO 13 I TOM HANKS m tOCAHOhTA5 Mighty Morphln Power Rangers Dally No Snow Thursday 1l8m2pm Dally Tommy Boy YAMAHflf THE PERFECT PLACE TO START Wheier ljpginner or advanced all your school friendly department Flexible papient including rent To own MUSIC SOURCE 6293311 Landa New Braunfels TX 78130 FLOW REPORT GUADALUPE RIVER BASIN 62895 Data on trJls data compared to Average o June 19641991 Historical Canyon Inflow 210 cfs Release 574 cfs Normal Pool 909 Reservoir Elev San Marcos River at Lullng 390 cfs N Historical 745 cfs Guadalupe River atCuero cfs Historical cfs Guadalupe River at Victoria els Historical cfs Comal Springs 279 ols Historical 312 cfs Dunlap NA Historical cfs Coleto Cree Reservoir inflow 9 cfs Release 3 cfs Normal Pool 98 Reservoir Elev Notes j cfs Cubic 449 Mean sja level Water flow data is gathered from stream gaging stations cooperatively established and operated by tfBRA U S Geological Survey the U S Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas Wiiter Development Board Prepared by the GUADALUPEBLANCO RIVER AUTHORITY to provide now rate Information throughout the basin to the general public for safety and recreational purposes Bobble Landrum o RlverCitles and Checks In The Mall Executive David Sc hmld work out details for the reloc atlon of 50 to 75 employees mov ng to New Braunfels Landrum and Allsa Seba will be working with these employees finding rentals and homes to purchase In all price ranges If you have a home avail able contact Bobble or Allsa no later than July 6 Color Color Copies Full Color Tshirts from Photos Print from Computer Disk Presentation Graphics Courtroom Graphics Newsletters Flyers I Hill Country Roofing We oiler the best competitive price on new construction rerool and home repairs We Guarantee a job well done 210 3036400 loll irm in Sulvaurt Arms Monthly Drawing for Service Credit Custom Mouse Pads Color Posters Signs Full Color Business Cards Mounting Laminating Display Units Computer Training Phone DriKiii Junt 301 Btlti it SitiJ Ctnfltlti InMti ti 210 6081660 1551 N Walnut 8 New Braunfels Tx 78130 Form must be complete One entry per person See store for details and restrictions TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Challenge 5 Neck covering 10 Roof part 14 Ripens 15 Chocolate source 16 Watch 17 Requirement 18 Early anesthetic 19 Sea eagle 20 Forbearance 22 Premieres 24 Algebra or geometry 25 Keen enjoyment 26 Hawaiian dances 29 State of confusion 33 Decreased 35 Poker stake 36 Santa desert wind 37 Earrings place 38 Coin of India 40 Omen 41 An Asian 42 Baseball player Canseco 43 Synthetic fabric 45 Banner 47 Out of 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