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WATER WORKS NEWS

Issue 15 and Volume 67.

WATER WORKS NEWS Texas Water Works Association to Meet in June The next meeting of the Texas Water Work Association will be held the last three days of the short course for water superintendents, at the University of Texas, which will be in June. The association was formed in February at the short course for water and filter plant operators of the state, with E. L. Fulkerson, superintendent of the Waco water plant, as president. Mr. Fulkerson is also secretary of the Southwestern Water Works Association. Other officers elected by the newly formed body are R. G. Tyler, bureau of economic geology and technology, University of Texas; W. A. Beck, superintendent Mineral Wells water plant; Frank Taylor, Dallas and E. R. Brashear, city manager of Brownwood, as first, second, third and fourth vice-presidents, respectively. Annual dues are $1 and every one connected with the water supply of any city or…

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