Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 21
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 21

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
Page 21
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; Lake Mead Power Cut Threatens OAKLAND OB -- A "CoVo- tifa.River water trisii wffl remit in cnrtiflinj Hoover Dux's hydroelectric power production about April 1. the Oakland Tribune ,. reported Wednesday. .- .: ^ In a dispatch from Boulder City. N«r. the paper laid water has been flowing out off Hoover Dam eight times f ifler than tie Colorado Rijer flow into Lake Mead, thi reservoir above the dun, for the past year. * · · » » JAKE MEAD is fmed to just 51 percent of its capacity. tlie record-breaking down- draw of 7-2 minion acre-feet frcxa Lake Mead in the past llinonths has continued even in:midwinter', months when tht reservoir should be fining with storage supplies for the cofcing summer. A. B. West, Reclamation Biarau Region 3 director, last week ordered the draining of Lake Powell reservoir in an atljempt to keep the Hoover Dam generators running, the paper said. THE WATER from Lake Powell, above the new Glen Canyon Dam at the Arizona- Utah boundary, wQl keep Hoover Dam's power plant running at design capacity tmlil April 1, said C M. Smith, chief of the Region 3 water scheduling branch. Smith said power production at Hoover Dam would be curtailed if Lake Mead's level falls another six feet "The generators won't stop. They just won't produce as much power," he said. The lower Colorado River would be dry right now if we weren't releasing stored water from Hoover Dam," Smith declared. · · · · "JHIS thing is getting serious; We're hoping for a weither change." Hje reported the Rocky Mountain-area s n o w p a c k , which feeds the Colorado. ranges from 40 to 80 percent of normal this season. "We might get five million acre-feet this year." The paper said the Colorado River's water shortage would be a major problem dismissed by President Johnson; and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos at their meeting in Pato Springs this weekend. M.S. o». r*n* r«. » m« INDEPENDENT--P«g« Rising Crime Causes D.A. to Add Aides Hiring of three additional deputy district attorneys and three deputy public defenders has; been authorized by the supervisors to meet the increased number of criminal cases. Cost of the six positions for the'remainder of the 1963-64 fiscal year win be $23,000, according to L. S. HoEmger. chief county administrative officer. HoUinger said the presiding judges of the superior court »rvJ_ Los Angeles municipal court recently assigned criminal cases to three courts which previously were hearing-only civil cases. This was done, Hoffinger saiL to "meet the rising number of felony offenses and to minimize delays in such cases." The superior court opeped one new criminal department and the municipal court, two. 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