Carley V. Porter Tunnel construction begins, part 2

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I and\ has not newsmen: o ' f c ahnnf h: r» r-r\r\r\ » ift . s about his conduct , in fact, be-! u stopsi are I important lo risk. j need' worried about my physical] volunteered t w o agencies assas-; President John F.' s i n g concern that! a l t h i n s u r a n c e said, "we c o n - ] we will f i n d a it) The pres-! i t w a s u n f o r t u n a t e ] C h a i r m a n W i l b u r M i l l s a n s to ! I !ico j f t h a i the de! t m e n t ' s c i v i l i a n ! be reduced by an-1 by mid 1965 a n d : agencies, year have racked u p a n - j l i o n ] programs. | a progress re-1high s i u d y o n ] 2 ! P R E V I E W -- Stale Director of Water Resources W i l l i a m E. Warne, Assemblyman Carley V. Porter of Los Angeles County and Assemblyman John W i l l i a m s o n of Kern County gel a look at the f u t u r e as they beginnings of a 20 foot d i a m e t e r l u n n e l which will burrow through lhe Tunnel: Water For Southland From Page 1-A ; w i l l be crossed on the earth's yesterday's ceremonies was| . through four 20 to I As j e I to ;by j j e j p i : : man 'year · n i 1 j m of w he agric f t , . J o h n s o n said m i n i m i z e a v a i l a b l e apis crosses both the Garlock| ; earth shift. The Porter Tunnel when our statesmen led and San Andreas f a u l t s . A S m o u i h is on such a crossing! ( o l l l O f controversy) into lhe l b ° r S ' single, 2 6 m i l e long l u n n e l i t a r y ' i h r o u g h these f a u l t l i n e s "isj rc-|consklercd too great a gam-i , . ., . F .. ,. , a v a i l a b l e f i n ! bio." he said. ''' °° ' M u n n e l No 3 , and U Instead ihese f a u l t l i n e s the Garlock fault, at 3,160li u n n e i o f ;it cles'alion. i t h r o u g h W i t h i n t h e huge bowl exca-! te rs of tn.ciuii . i n u * ieis ui ucc.u.i. 'shall be a m i n i m :-Ie ihen pointed out that|th o s and 1959 ' P ° rtGr , k To LBJ m e d i c a r e ' s o "coy" a b o u t it am your; of dc-jpresidenl, 1 can assure you:, , v i n g incrcases i y o u ' r e j, oing Ln k n o w w | lilL - s 1 t i x e . the -'over chairmanship of the as- ihc e n t r a n c e i n t o j l c r ) t u n n e l No 4, are Liie-_ s e m b l y i n l e n m committee on g r a p h i c signs of t h i s problem.! w a l e r " ' ' ' ' g r a n i t e has been thai |Solid b l u e [ g r o u n d i n t o p o w d e r he added,! crumbles lo lhe touch. nlze and Warne explained] i several OU| M o l i n c , the Goltlwaier train headed for La Salic, btl( * lo solid rock - t e r said of the b i l l ' s reasons." ! ches in the Philadelphia the so-L Lhcn wj |, , iead fo| . n j i a n d Uie P a c i f j c care plan, Gold-j r l i n v c s { (he president "-'" "His (Porter's) real achieve- m e n t must be r e a d ; l i g h t of Lhe s w i r l i 'versy, the seemingly un- s , l s ; bridgeable posilions of f i n a l i n t o w h a l i l y w h i c h he h a d . Porier t u n - j c j , e c [ a n d lhe atn - Uldes of a \.\ and workmen now are 1 m o s l f m z e n i m m o ! eight fool b o r e i h a d to be rendere d fluid." j w i l l become nel d r i l l i n g ( h e Joliel and the end of the l i n e in Whcalon. A f t e r a weekend of rest in Goldwater will to the air Tuesday for Hilda by k i l l i n g ] m e n t s b o i h i n j G o l d w a l e r u r n c d l 10, "level w i l h G. Spiess said From Page I - A InO.OOO people i Governor E d m u n d G. This, they said, will give a n d Assernb i y Speaker Jesse prospective bidders a good| M _ U n m h s e n t messagcs look at what to expect a n d j h | - h jse thereby reduce I h e contract! Biu i t was nol t h e aisei price. Bids for t u n n e l s o a n d | n o r t h e speeches t h a ' re j arc to be called next Sep-i t h e mOsl i mpress ive. It is the iti | - \ - k i ' I ,f\\ -T r* f o i f\ t - i i M n r ^ l f ·1 lembcr. Golze said tunnels No. 1 and 2 should be started in J a n u a r y 1966 and the en-| ;l size and scope of the under- north down ,inro the San J o a q u i n lire crossing will be complcle; f r o m these a n c i e n l .| In in 1969. I tains, the task of lifting wa- people" in his | f| cd t n i n i a n d shelters to One r n a t i o n s . Warne e x p l a i n e d again why (er a n d over s e e m _ such a t u n n e l size and capaci- | v o n d comprehension. ly is needed: I- Fr0m l h e h e Six m i l l i o n people live| p | a n l s a l L h e f o o l soulh of the Tehachapis who were nol [ficre 20 years ago. p u m p m i l l i o n seven hundred , csc ,. )pe ' blow was w r u n g t o r : a n readers {n have mjworsl ever to pour in f r o m h r o u g h B r i t i s h prcssi g u n . a i n n u c l c n r t r e a t y ) N a t i o n a l g u a r d f ) n e ()f , h e | thousand live ihere who were I n n l (here in I960. We are b u i l d i n g so t h a i we and our children and our children's c h i l d r e n need n o t worry n u n s sent _ ^ l l l l u l c n MI;| m g ihc U n i t e d SiiUcs.;S'x a m p h i b i o u s t r u c k u n i t s to ab wa .. China has,Avcty Island and Weeks at R l | | , h p ma n s i d e r a i i n n . U n e urgent appeal of a s h e r i f f he^'ho said as many as 2,000 could be trapped there. t i c u l a r l y in dealings The n a t i o n a l guard was get- ' ' i n g swamped w i t h requests not b c ' i o r aid. Wind hurled torrents tides p o u n d i n g ashore. ', West Mississippi was in ' H i l d a ' s p a t h . O f f i c i a l s u r g e n t - N O B E E m o u n t a i n s , the water l i f t e d u p h u g e (penstocks) at n i n e miles and flow i n i o ihe f i r w h i c h is 8,000 feel long. siphon w i l l carry il a r a v i n e \.,ui 1 jr I L Lin inio the second a Biil the main purpose o f j l e r , i m n e l i n t o Southern Cal- (2,900 foot t u n n e l ) and Tl ! r umil it drops out of the Por- Nixon Declares Tide Is Turning ifornia. The t o t a l volume of 3 b i l l i o n gallons b u i l t in for f u t u r e But even the 2.5 million acre feet a year delivery to South- !ern C a l i f o r n i a will reached during the first c of ihe project.

Clipped from The Fresno Bee The Republican04 Oct 1964, SunPage 4

The Fresno Bee The Republican (Fresno, California)04 Oct 1964, SunPage 4
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