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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2 New Braunfels January Coleman water system cleaned after accident ByJOHNSENTER and ROBERT JOHNSON Staff writers A cleaning solvent accidentally pumped into the water system has caused some problems for the Coleman Company this but those problems did not spread to city water The in what Coleman plant manager Ron Eyres described as a freak contaminated the water supply of the located on FM 306 near Hunter The plant was closed down early Friday af and the employees were sent Eyres The plants water lines were and full production resumed Monday he Wednesday a trace of the chemical was discovered and Eyres said the water was again shut off as a precautionary A new fountain was installed for the em and plumbing to the existing fountains will be he Thanks to a backflow prevention none of the contaminated water got into the city water Eyres and Utilities Manager Bob Sohn Utilities employees took samples Friday from four places the in coming water lines to the the Coleman water the hydrant outside the plant and Gruenearea The result as none of the chemical left Sohn I knew there was no possibility of contamination to the citys water but I wanted to take all Eyres So he immediately notified Sohn Eyres described the accident as but added The plants back in Everything is under Calendar of Events Government Comal County Jail Site Selection Committee 7 tonight in Commissioners Organizations New Braunfels Conservation Society First Federal Saving and Zeta Tau Alpha Alumni tonight at the home of Frances 314 Lakeview If you would like your club or organization listed in the please contact the Herald Zeitung at 6259144 or send a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 GBRA names new officers NBISD books available for inspection Textbooks proposed for use in the New Braunfels Independent School District in the 198384 school year are now on display at 407 Mill Street during business Eddie Nick Murphy Nolle SHOWTIMES DUSTIN What happens when a unemployed aotor secretly auditions for the female lead of a soap opera He becomes Americas hottest new actress SHOWTIMES The which have been adopted by the State Board of are currently under review by NBISDs Textbook Com S A man guilty of hashish charge Charles Wayne Kelley of San Antonio was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance also known as hashish in 207th District Court Jury selection was and the trial began and ended Presiding Judge Pfeuffer will set Kelleys punishment on Keith Hutson of Seguin was elected chairman of the board of directors of the GuadalupcBlanco Ri ver Authority at the regularly monthly board meeting held last week in to serve with Hudson were Carlisle of Vic vice and Preston Stofer of Long secretary Hutson replaces board member Edward Reese of Gonzales who served as chairman of the board in 1981 and was reelected chair man in GBRA is a political subdivision of the state and is governed by a board of nine directors appointed by the Each director serves a sixyear overlapping term so that three directors are appointed or re appointed every two Included among the nine directors is Knox of New who attended the Seguin In addition to electing new board members approved payment to the Army Corps of Engineers for the an nual payment of debt service operations and maintenance of Canyon Dam and Under the current contract between the Corps and the Corps operates the reservoir and the Authority is required to pay certain operating expenses to the The Authority con trols conservation storage rights in Canyon Reservoir and uses the waters to supplement water supplies in the Guadalupe The reservoir yield on an average annual basis has been established at acre To approximately acre feet have been committed to users by contract and negotiations for an additional acre feet are presently un the new chairman of GBRAs is currently general manager of Knytex of He has served on the board since his appointment in 1979 by Bill Hutson also served as secretarytreasurer for the board from 1979 until his election to the office of vice chairman in 1981 and was reelected vice chairman in As of 8 Canyon Reservoir stage was feet above mean sea feet below th conservation pool level of feet Current releases are 250 cubic feet per Bom among the Claimed by a His child became sacred fl Starts Friday LOOP 337 NEW BRAUNFELS Dance To The Music Of 28 MIDDLEoF THE FIDDLE 29 COUNTRY SHADOWS Jail panel meets tonight The first meeting of the county jail site selection committee will be held Thursday at 7 in Commissioners first floor of the Cour This 11member chaired by local resident Elliot was nominated by Commissioners Court in midJanuary to recommend what it thinks is proper tract of land on which to build a new county The county is required to have a new jail built by according to a tentative outofcourt federal In addition to the membership of this citizens committee consists of David Howard Jesse James Harry Sharon Jon John Milton Erben and Clyde Each of the four county commissioners nominated two members to this while County Judge Fred Clark named two members and Knox as love will never be the ONLY BURT REYNOLDS GOLDIE HAWN VMS A now available HOME 1st 25 MEMBERS RECEIVE LIFETIME MEMBERSHIP Only H up lOl fit 1 IAMIM Ifl lITI ULri el H H 249 f ttarmac Park at the Rear of Store and Use the Back Door an Antonio B 253483 H Steak Supper Dance 28 Supper 69 Dance 812 Music By 5 DO includes Dinner and Dance FOR EAGLE MEMBERS GUESTS A Dancers Paradise IH 35 New Braunfels 28 91 AM MORNING ADMISSION PER PERSON BYOB MIXED DRINKS NO LONGER SOLD BRING YOUR OWN BOTTLE Snacks and Setups Available 29 91 AM CLAYBLAKER and the TEXAS HONKY TONK BAND ADMISSION PER PERSON Texas Country Foods at TexasSize Savings From with Big Savings on COMING ATTRACTIONS 13 Americas Dance Band AL PIERSON Sat Feb 26 JOHNNY DEE THE ROCKET 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