New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 2, 1995, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 02, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A G Herald-Zeitunq O Sunday. July 2.1995 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 Independence Day. Local banks will also be closed. The sanitation department will be open and garbage collection will follow its regular schedule. The U.S. Post Office will also be closed on Tuesday, July 4. The New Braunfels Her-ald-Zeitung office will be closed on Monday and open : on Tuesday. Flood of tourists splash and tube through city By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The Guadalupe River should be flooded this weekend. However, it won’t be flooded with water. It’ll be flooded with tourists, and river conditions should be ideal for an exciting weekend. Bill West, Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority general manager, said the GBRA will be releasing about 400 cubic feet per second of water beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, June 30, and will continue releasing that amount through the Fourth of July. “This is an excellent all-purpose recreation rate,” said West. “It provides tubers with water for an exhilarating ride and is also good for rafting and canoeing.” Although heavy rains were experienced 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 Nation Briefs Transcripts reveal attorney in-fighting, racism allegations LOS ANGE LES (AP) - One O.J. Simpson juror said she anived in court with a bruised face because her ex-, boyfriend beat her. Another flatly denied ■ Tie shook Simpson’s hand more than a decade ago. The stones behind their dismissals from the murder tnal came to light on Friday, as hundreds of pages of transcripts were released at the request of the Amencan Civil Liberties Union, news media organizations and one dismissed I juror. The transcripts paint a picture of racism allegations, tabloid tips and attor->ncy in-fighting. The most dramatic information per-! tamed to Juror No. 320, a 38-year-old ' postal worker who was dismissed on Jan. 18 before testimony started. The juror, a Hispanic woman was die first of IO removed from the panel. The woman armed at court with a bruised face but initially failed to acknowledge a beating by her ex-boyfncnd, transcnpts show. “He beat the s— out of me ... and I don’t know if you guys had noticed,” the woman told lawyers and the judge in a closed-door session Jan. 9. StHittlc-station focus of talk show circuit SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP)— As they make the rounds of Earth, the occupant on shuttle-station Atlantis-Mir are making the rounds of television shows, too, getting repeated i'm ' LAWAI STAUM IauIu^' Unwell wr\ Suiul.iv ll .m : 1,1 I’"1 Coos OCenedicl, Crepes £ JKimosdi Child's menu and Regular menu available 629-3311 : • * i-5 <*    •*    J 4 . ♦ LANDA % STATION I Child’s Plate Available IT'S BACK1 OUR FAMOUS STEAK'N'SHRIMP DAIL* IO Lioiiluri Tirn« Olin Lunch Special w/tea MA Hun *2 pm ii Mon. - Fri. no,a* mulier Im    (ttoountt Aller dinner t»njoy live Ijiiunpnl no cover '•rill I oil Wild.un'. NO I K Mt*viv.ii Hi lr, ( OVI H I hoi is D.in Mc!.ny 'j.U Putniod Pony 629-3311 eye on the weather and remember that rising rivers could be a possibility, said Judy Gardner, Public Communications Assistant. Zero Rivers, owner of Rocldn ‘R\ said the river conditions would be ideal 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. “I’m looking at it right now. It’s not too bad and it should be back to normal by the time people starting getting on the river,” 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. “We’ll be having a double weekend in volume. A lot of businesses will do more on the Fourth of July than they do in June,” he said. West encourages individuals on the Housing hunt water to use caution when on the river and offered the following safety tips to reduce injuries and accidents: Don’t swim in boating or fishing areas, or beyond your depth or distance. Avoid swimming alone. Use the “buddy system.” Don't dive into unfamiliar waters and always enter feet first. Never allow children near the water alone. Use life jackets approved by the U.S. Coast Guard. Water recreation and alcohol do not mix. Protect your feet with sneakers or water shoes. Wear sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat for protection horn sunburn. v Glass and foam containers are prohibited on the river. Leave the water if a storm threatens, 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. chances to discuss the meaning of their flight. “When we look down at the Earth as spacefarers, we don’t see borders, we don’t see boundaries, we see one earth where we all come from,” said shuttle pilot Charles Precourt in one interview Friday. “We feel that it would be really tremendous if we could all work together toward positive outcomes.” The spacefarers — six American and four Russian — were moving back and forth from Atlantis to Mir, resupplying the space station with water and fetching stored blood, spit and urine for transport back to Earth. The crews were nearing the midpoint of their adventure today, taking every opportunity to pose for the cameras. Christian from the start, Country from the heart, of Texas 'The harmonies are smooth, the sound is country, and the message is positive' Sunday, July 9, 1995 • 7:00 PM Tree of Life Fellowship 652 Loop 337 • New Braunfels 625-6375 (.ll I HOOKS A VAI I Alii I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM 35 and Walnut Ave BATMAN Daily poffBVB* EB1:1S4:157:109:50 r APOLLO 13 xBRm tom HANKS SD 6:45 9:40 %W nxtf ■ ii"— Daily ll |>oeoHoiTfl5 Mighty Morphia Daily Power Ranger* '2® 2:45 4:58 hot    7:20    9:20 B Daily 12 00 4:30 7:15 9:30 No 2:00 Show (SOI) Thursday 7/6 MAlisS®NTY    1:00 4:00 < iivi jam *»*>!> in    6:55 9:30 DaMy I Tommy Boy |PG»lJ| Bad Boys CD Daly 2:00 4:20 7:00*20 YAMAHA THE PERFECT PLACE TO START or advanced * er player, the Mueld Source can provide •Full selection of flew Yamaha instriinients •Used Irifttrumei •Complete line ot accessories •Knowledgeable, friendly staff •Excellent repair department •Flexible payment plans (including rent To own) PLAY THE YERY BEST YOU CAN Sir THE TM 3711/2 Lands, New Braunfels, TX 78130 (210)625-9451 FLOW REPORT GUADALUPE RIVER BASIN 6-28-95 Data on this date compared to Average olJun* 1964-1991 (Historical) Canyon Reservoir Inflow    210    cfs Retoas*    574 cfs Norm*! Pool 909 m s i. Reservoir Slav 910 42 m s I. San Marcos River et Luling 390 cfs    N Historic*! 745 cis Guadalupi River at Cuero 1.500 cfs Historical 3,571 cfs Guadalupe River st Victoria 1,490 cfs Historical 3,843 cfs IJ rn* >1 Dunlap NA Historical 1,063 cfs Coleto Cree Reservoir Inflow: 9 cfs Release: 3 cfs Normal Pool 98' m.s I Reservoir Elev. 97.2a rn a I Note*: I * ' "cfs" ■ Cubic fool/second (449 gallons/**,,mil*) "in jJ." * Mean tea level Water flu* data is gathered from    latins    Helium cooperatively established and operated by GBRA, U. S. Geological Survey, the U. S. Army Corps of Enjpncers and the Texas Water Development B«a*d. Prepared byth# GUADAI.UPE-0LANCO RIVER AUTHORITY lo provide flow rate Information throughout the besin to the general public for safety and rocrMttonal purposes Bobbie Landrum of RE/MAX RivorCltlM and Chocks In The Mail Executive David Schmid work out details for tho relocation of 50 to 75 employees moving to New Braunfels. Landrum and Ailsa Se ba will be working with these employees, finding rentals and homos to purchoie In all price ranges, lf you have a home available, contact Bobble or Ailaa no later than July* Color Color Copies Full Color T-Shirts from Photo* Print horn Computer Disk Presentation Graphics Courtroom Graphics Newsletters & Flyers Naaie:___ Hill Country Roofing " • >1:competitive price on • 'I .Uo:i rerool and nome •'(' gerantei1 a job well done (210)303-6400 i- i h-lAr.’.i Monthly Drawing for $25.00 Seri/ice Credit € Custom Mouse Pads ? Color Fosters & Signs * Full Color Business Cards s Mounting* Laminating ✓ Display Units «< Computer Training A44rtn; City:— hon: d*rf...Nuf Drttntj Jim JO! Stets: _ Zip:— fay a tai beflitd Eatriu ti (210)608*1660 1551 N. 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