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Spring Melt Will Elevate Water Levels SALT LAKE CITY Bureau of Reclamation predicted yesterday there will be a ftear-flOfimal spring runoff of 7.7 million acfe-feet of snow- melt in the Colorado River Bash this spring. It: said this will cause a se» sonal rise in water levels at Flaming Gorge Reservoir in UtaR, Blue Mesa in Colorado and Navajo in New Mexico. But it said most of the runoff will flow, into Lake Powell behind Glen Canyon Dam, from which releases will be made to cause a slow rise in Lake Mead behind Hoover Dam downstream. It said if the present forecast holds true, Lake Powell will rise to an elevation of 3,570 feet — or about 24 feet above the present high set in June 1966. The estimated runoff of 7.7 million acre-feet is well above last year's April-July runoff of 6 million. The Bureau said heavy gem eraKsnows in December are responsible for the present normal runoff estimate. STATE VISIT PLANNED JEDDAH, Sudia Arabia (AP) Government spokesmen have announced that President Cevdet Sunay of Turkey will make a sifc-day official visit to Saudi Arabia beginning Jan. 22. Advance Gifts Key Apache Boy Boy Scout Fund Drive Success of the Theodore Roosevelt Council, Boy Scouts of America, $1.25 million capital campaign drive rents with the advance gifts division, James Patrick said last night. Patrick, vice chairman of the board of Valley National Bank and chairman of the advance gifts division, said 'the division is responsible for collecting $800,000, more than half of the campaign's goal. PATRICK spoke at a dinner meeting in the Phoenix Country Club to start the 1968 Boy Scout fund drive. Seventy-five leading citizens in Phoenix Robber Kidnaps Window Man Northern Ariam Bureau WINSLOW - Adam Guerrero, Vinslow service station atten- ant, had a round trip to Albuquerque, N.M. The trip to New Mexico was orced, he told Winslow police. TieLjrgturn trip was jis own dea. Guerrero said that he was obbed at knifepoint and forced accompany the bandit to Ubuquerque. Guerrero, 20, was eleased by the robber and re* urned home by bus late Monday right. He was unharmed after promising the robber kidnaper that would not say anything to uthorities Winslow, until he returned to and surrounding areas attend' ed the meeting. Lawton smith, general chair* of the campaign, said tha * 8°? SCOT* employes have pledged more than $6,600. The campaign funds will provide the following facilities and improvements for Arizona Boy Scout sites: ^DEVELOPMENT Of two new camp areas at Camp Geronimo to accommodate an additional 450 boys per week. —Development of y e a r- round camping facilities and other improvements at the R Bar C. —Land acquisition and development of eight new camp areas at Heard Scout Pueblo. -EXPANSION of the exist' ing Scouting Center. 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