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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2 New Braunfels Herald-Ze/fung Thursday, January 27,1983 Coleman water system cleaned after accident By JOHN SENTER and ROBERT JOHNSON Staff writers A cleaning solvent accidentally pumped into the water system has caused some problems for the Coleman Company this week, but those problems did not spread to city water supplies. The solvent, in what Coleman plant manager Ron Eyres described as a “freak accident,” contaminated the water supply of the plant, located on FM 306 near Hunter Road. The plant was closed down early Friday afternoon, and the employees were sent home, Eyres said. The plant’s water lines were flushed, and full production resumed Monday morning, he said. Wednesday a trace of the chemical was discovered again, and Eyres said the water was again shut off as a precautionary measure. A new fountain was installed for the employees, and plumbing to the existing fountains will be replaced, he said. Thanks to a backflow prevention device, none of the contaminated water got into the city water supply, Eyres and Utilities Manager Bob Sohnsaid. Utilities employees took samples Friday from four places: the incoming water lines to the plant, the Coleman water system, the hydrant outside the plant and Gruene-area homes. The result: as expected, none of the chemical left Coleman, Sohn said. “I knew there was no possibility of contamination to the city’s water system, but I wanted to take all precautions,” Eyres said. So he immediately notified Sohn Friday. Eyres described the accident as “costly,” but added Thursday, “The plant’s back in operation. Everything is under control.” Calendar of Events Government Comal County Jail Site Selection Committee: 7 tonight in Commissioners Courtroom. Organizations New Braunfels Conservation Society: 7:30 tonight, First Federal Saving and Loan.. Zeta Tau Alpha Alumni: 7:30 tonight at the home of Frances Preston, 314 Lakeview Terrace. (If you would like your club or organization listed in the calendar, please contact the Herald-Zeitung at 625-9144 or send a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Tx., 78130. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.) GBRA names new officers NBISD books available for inspection Textbooks proposed for use in the New Braunfels Independent School District in the 1983-84 school year are now on display at 407 W. Mill Street during business hours. The books, which have been adopted by the State Board of Education, are currently under review by NBISD’s Textbook Committee. SA. man guilty of hashish charge Charles Wayne Kelley of San Antonio was found guilty of possession of a controlled substance (tetrahydrocannabinol, also known as hashish) in 207th District Court Wednesday. Jury selection was Monday, and the trial began and ended Wednesday. Presiding Judge R.T. Pfeuffer will set Kelley’s punishment on Feb. 15. H. Keith Hutson of Seguin was elected chairman of the board of directors of the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority at the regularly monthly board meeting held last week in Seguin. Elected to serve with Hudson were Carlisle Maxwell, Jr., of Victoria, vice chairman, and Preston A. Stofer of Long Mott, secretary-treasurer. Hutson replaces board member Edward S. Reese of Gonzales who served as chairman of the board in 1981 and was re-elected chairman in 1982. GBRA is a political subdivision of the state and is governed by a board of nine directors appointed by    the governor. Each director serves a six-year overlapping term so that three directors are appointed or    reappointed every    two years. Included among the nine directors is H.E. Knox of New Braunfels, who attended the Seguin meeting. In addition to electing new officers, board members approved payment to the U.S. Army    Corps    of Engineers for the annual payment of debt service operations and maintenance of Canyon Dam and Reservoir. Under the current contract between the Corps and GBRA, the Corps    operates    the reservoir and    the Authority is required to pay certain operating expenses to the Corps. The    Authority    con trols conservation storage rights in Canyon Reservoir and uses the waters to supplement water supplies in the Guadalupe Basin. The reservoir yield on an average annual basis has been established at 50,000 acre feet. To date, approximately 18,000 acre feet have been committed to users by contract    and negotiations for an additional 6,000 acre feet are presently underway. Hutson, the new chairman of GBRA’s board, is currently general manager of Knytex Proform, Inc. of Seguin. He has served on the board since his appointment in April, 1979 by Gov. Bill Clements. Hutson also served as secretary-treasurer for the board from May, 1979 until his election to the office of vice chairman in 1981 and was re-elected vice chairman in 1982. As of 8 a.m. Jan. 24, Canyon Reservoir stage was 906.88 feet above mean sea level, 2.12 feet below th conservation pool level of 909.0 feet msl. Current releases are 250 cubic feet per second. HT with SHOWTIMKS Eddie Nick 7:15 9:00 Murphy Nolle Me : pV||| [DUSTIN KOSTMAN Tootsie What happens when a desperate, unemployed actor secretly audit ions for the female lead of    a a soap opera? 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