Inventory of the William E. Warne Papers, 1961-1966

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The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Inventory of the William E. Warne Papers, 1961-1966

Collection number: WARNE

Water Resources Collections and Archives



University of California, Riverside

Riverside, California

Contact Information:

  • Water Resources Collections and Archives
  • Orbach Science Library, Room 118
  • PO Box 5900
  • University of California, Riverside
  • Riverside, CA 92517-5900
  • Phone: (951) 827-2934
  • Fax: (951) 827-6378
  • Email: waterarc@ucr.edu
  • URL: http://library.ucr.edu/wrca
Processed by:
Water Resources Collections and Archives staff
Date Completed:
June 1980
© 1999 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: William E. Warne Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1961-1966
Collection number: WARNE
Creator: Warne, William Elmo, b. 1905
Extent: ca. 2 linear ft. (4 boxes, 15 v.)
Repository: Water Resources Collections and Archives
Riverside, CA 92517-5900
Shelf location: This collection is stored off-campus at NRLF. Please contact the Water Resources Collections and Archives staff for access to the materials.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to the Water Resources Collections and Archives. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Archives. Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Water Resources Collections and Archives as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], William E. Warne Papers, WARNE, Water Resources Collections and Archives, University of California, Riverside.

Scope and Content

Primarily speeches by Warne during his tenure as Director of the California Dept. of Water Resources, 1961-1966; also includes miscellaneous correspondence and articles written by Warne during this period. Arranged chronologically.

Access Points

Western States Water Council
California. Davis-Grunsky Act.
California. Dept. of Water Resources
San Joaquin Master Drain (Calif.)
Water resources development -- California
Flood control -- California
Saline water conversion -- California
Dam safety -- California
Water -- California -- Recreational use
North Bay Aqueduct (Calif.)
Del Valle Dam (Calif.)
Oroville Dam (Calif.)
Tahoe, Lake (Calif. and Nev.)
Peripheral Canal (Calif.: Proposed)
Marysville Dam (Calif.: Proposed)

Biographical Information

Biographical Sketch

William E. Warne, state, federal, and international government official for a quarter-century, is the Administrator of the Resources Agency of California and Director of the California State Department of Water Resources.
His professional career has been devoted to the conservation and development of water and other natural resources in California and throughout the nation, and to resources and economic development in foreign countries on behalf of the United Nations and the United States.
The civil service and appointive posts in which he has served since 1935 include the following:
State of California - Administrator, Resources Agency of California (since October 1, 1961); Director, Department of Water Resources (since January 3, 1961); Director, Department of Agriculture (1960); Director, Department of Fish and Game (1959).
International - Economic Coordinator, United Nations Command, Korea (1957-59); Mission Director, U. S. International Cooperation Administration, Brazil (1955-56), and Iran (1951-55).
Federal - Assistant Secretary of the Interior (1947-51); Assistant Commissioner, U. S. Bureau of Reclamation (1943-47); Chief of Staff, War Production Board (early World War II); special assignments to national resources, power, and river basin work and information and editorial positions in the Bureau of Reclamation (1935-42).
Warne was raised on a farm in California's Imperial Valley. He was a newspaper and press service reporter and editor in California and Washington, D. C. for eight years after he graduated from the University of California in 1927.
The United Nations, the United States, and foreign countries have honored Warne for his work. Special awards to him included: United Nations Command's Citation for Outstanding Service (1959), honorary degrees, Seoul National University and Yonsei University, Korea (1959); U. S. Foreign Operation Administration's Honor Award for Distinguished Public Service (1955); Shah of Iran's Order of the Crown (1955); U. S. Department of the Interior's Distinguished Service Honor Award (1951).
Warne is the author of Mission for Peace, a book in which he relates his experiences in Iran as the administrator of the United States' first point 4 Program.
Warne was born September 2, 1905, near Seafield, Indiana, and moved to Imperial Valley with his family in 1914. He graduated from the Holtville Union High School.
He and his wife, the former Edith Peterson, have three children: Jane Warne (Mrs. David C. Beeder), Lieutenant William Robert Warne, U. S. Army, and Margaret Warne. He lives in Sacramento and maintains his official residence in Altadena.
He is a member of Sigma Delta Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha, the National Press Club, and the Commonwealth Club of California.
From: State of California, The Resources Agency of California, Department of Water Resources, May 1, 1962

Who's Who in the West

WARNE, William Elme, Irrigationist; b. nr. Seafield, Ind., Sept. 2, 1905; s. William Rufus and Nettle Jane (Williams) W.; A.B., U. Cal. 1927; Doctor of Economics, Yonsei U., Seoul, 1959; LL.D., Seoul Nat. U., 1959; m. Edith Margaret Peterson, July 9, 1929; children-Jane Ingrid (Mrs. David C. Beeder), William Robert, Margaret Edith. Reporter, San Francisco (Cal.) Bulletin and Oakland (Cal.) Post-Enquirer, 1925-27; news editor, Brawley (Cal.) News, 1927, Calexico (Cal.) Chronicle, 1927-28; editor and night mgr. Los Angeles bur. A.P., 1928-31, corr. San Diego bur., 1931-33, Washington (D.C.) corr., 1933-35; editor, bur. of reclamation, Dept. of Interior, 1935-37; on staff Third World Power Conf., 1936; asso. to reviewing com. Nat. Resources Com. on preparation of Drainage Basin Problems and Programs, 1936, mem. editorial com. for revision, 1937; chief of information, bur. of reclamation, 1937-42; co-dir. (with the late Harlan II. Barrows) Columbia Basin Joint Investigations, 1939-42; chief of staff, war production drive, W.P.B., 1942; asst. dir. div. of power, Dept. of Interior, 1942-43; dir. of Information, Dept. of Interior, 1943; asst. commr., bur. of reclamation, 1943-47; apptd. asst. sec., Dept. Interior, 1947, asst. see. Water and Power Devel., 1950-51; U.S. minister charge Tech. Cooperation for Iran, 1951-55, Brazil, 1955-56; U.S. minister and economic coordinator for Korea, 1956-59; dir. Cal. Dept. Fish and Game, 1959-60 Agriculture, 1960-61, Water Resources, 1961-66 administrator Resources Agency California, 1961-62. Chairman President's Committee on San Diego Water Supply, 1944-46, chairman Fed. Inter-Agency River Basin Com., 1948, Fed. Com. on Alaskan Devel., 1948; pres. Group Health Assn., Inc., 1947-51; chmn. U.S. Del. 2d InterAm. Conf. Indian Life, Cuzco, Peru, 1949; U.S. Del. 4th World Power Conference London, England, 1950; mem. bd. Near East Found., 1956-58, 59; Cal. Water Pollution Control bd., 1959, Commn. Interstate Co-operation, 1960; mem. adv. bd. Fed. Water Pollution Control, 1962--; member Governor's cabinet, 1961; U.S. committee International Commission Large Dams. Served as second It., O.R.C., 1927-37. Recipient Distinguished Service award, Dept. of Interior, 1951; Distinguished Pub. Service Honor award, FOA. 1955; Order of Crown, Shah of Iran, 1955; Outstanding Service citation UN Command, 1959. Mem. Sigma Delta Chi, Lambda Chi Alpha. Clubs: Nat. Press (Washington); University, Sutter (Sacramento). Author: Mission for Peace-Point 4 in Iran, 1956. Home: 2090 8th Av. Office: 1120 N St., Sacramento 14.
From: Who's Who in the West, 9th edition, 1964 page 829.

 

Speeches

 

1961

Box Box 1

1961-1 CALIFORNIA COMES OF AGE

 

To the Conference on Water Policy, University of California, Davis, January 13, 1961.

 

1961-2 THE STATE WATER PROGRAM LOOKS AHEAD

 

To the Water Agencies Association of San Diege County, at Rancho Santa Fe, January 19, 1961.

 

1961-3 WATER PROJECTS AND WILDLIFE

 

To the California Section, The Wildlife Society, University of California, Davis, January 27, 1961.

 

1961-4 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES' AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, February 3, 1961.

 

1961-5 THE SUPPLEMENTAL WATER TIMETABLE

 

To the Riverside County Water Association, Riverside, February 16, 1961.

 

1961-6 IMMEDIATE AND LONG RANGE PLANS FOR THE STATE WATER FACILITIES

 

To the Water and Power Committee of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, February 17, 1961.

 

1961-7 WHAT THE WATER RESOURCES DEPARTMENT IS DOING TO ACTIVATE WATER CONSTRUCTION PROGRAMS

 

To Northern Coastal Counties Supervisors Association, Santa Rosa, February 24, 1961.

 

1961-8 CONSTRUCTION PLANS FOR THE STATE WATER FACILITIES

 

To the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, March 1, 1961.

 

1961-9 THE LONG-RANGE PLANNING FUNCTION OF MANAGEMENT

 

Before the Fifth Annual Sacramento Management Conference, March 4, 1961, Sacramento State College

 

1961-10 THE STATE WATER SYSTEM MOVES AHEAD

 

To the Gridley Rotary Club, Gridley, March 16, 1961

 

1961-11 WITHOUT VISION -- AND UNITY -- THE PEOPLE PERISH

 

To the Town Hall Luncheon, Los Angeles, March 21, 1961

 

1961-12 THREE MONTHS LATER -- THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT

 

To the Legislative Conference of the Irrigation Districts Association, Sacramento, March 23, 1961.

 

1961-13 FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION IN SOLANO COUNTY

 

To the Rotary Club, Vacaville, March 30, 1961

 

1961-14 STATE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR LOCAL WATER PROJECTS

 

To the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, April 4, 1961

 

1961-15 IT TAKES ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT TO SOLVE OUR WATER PROBLEMS

 

To the Water Committee of the County Supervisors Association of California, Sacramento, April 6, 1961.

 

1961-16 RESOURCES OF THE FUTURE IN OUR CENTRAL COAST AREAS

 

To the Central Coast Counties Farmer-Labor-Consumer Institute, San Jose, April 12, 1961.

 

1961-17 A LONG RANGE LOOK AT MAJOR NORTH COASTAL WATER DEVELOPMENT PLANS

 

To the Eel River Flood Control and Water Conservation Association, Ukiah, April 14, 1961.

 

1961-18 WE'RE BUILDING WATER PROJECTS FOR ALL OF CALIFORNIA

 

To the Water Section of the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, April 27, 1961.

 

1961-19 BEGINNING AT '60

 

To the California Federation of Women's Clubs, Sacramento, May 10, 1961

 

1961-20 REMARKS BEFORE REDDING CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LUNCHEON

 

To the Chamber of Commerce, Redding, May 12, 1961

 

1961-21 WATER PROBLEMS OF THE COASTAL REGION

 

To the Southern California Chapter, American Society of Agricultural Engineers, San Luis Obispo, May 20, 1961.

 

1961-22 THE ROLE OF THE COASTAL AREA IN THE STATE'S WATER PLANNING

 

To the Channel City Club, Santa Barbara, May 26, 1961.

 

1961-23 STATEMENT

 

To the House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works, Washington, D.C., June 5, 1961.

 

1961-24 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the Pacific Southwest Interagency Committee, Berkeley, June 9, 1961.

 

1961-25 WHOEVER BRINGS THE WATER WILL BRING THE PEOPLE

 

To the Building Industry Conference Board, San Francisco, June 21, 1961

 

1961-26 THE DRY YEAR IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the Governor's Dry Year Conference, Sacramento, July 12, 1961.

 

1961-27 DRY YEAR IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

 

To the Los Angeles Session, Governor's Dry Year Water Conference, Los Angeles, July 13, 1961.

 

1961-28 REMARKS

 

To the California Water Commission, Eureka, August 4, 1961, and Including Letter from Governor Edmund G. Brown Regarding North Coastal Investigation.

 

1961-29 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Eureka, August 4, 1961.

 

1961-30 CALIFORNIA'S SEARCH FOR WATER

 

To the 1961 Water for Texas Conference Texas A and M, College Station, Texas, September 8, 1961.

 

1961-31 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Fresno, September 22, 196

 

1961-32 THE PRODUCT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 

To the San Diego Kiwanis Club, San Diego, September 26, 1961.

 

1961-33 ELEVEN MONTHS OF PROGRESS

 

To the California State Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, October 5, 1961.

 

1961-34 ADMINISTRATION OF THE BYRNE ACT

 

To the California Water Commission, Fresno, October 6, 1961.

 

1961-35 CALIFORNIA'S NEW ROLE IN WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the National Reclamation Associat-ion, Billings, Montana, October, 19, 1961.

 

1961-36 WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA -- THE STATE's ROLE

 

To the California Section, American Water Works Association, Sacramento, October 25, 1961.

 

1961-37 THE NEED TO LOOK AHEAD

 

To the Central Basin Water Association, Huntington Park, November 2, 19

 

1961-38 WHAT WATER DEVELOPMENT MEANS TO CALIFORNIA

 

To the Fuel, Power & Water and Industrial Waste Committees of the California Manufacturers Assoc., Coronado, November 9, 1961.

 

1961-39 STATEWIDE WATER DEVELOPMENTS

 

To the Feather River Project Association, San Francisco, Nov. 10, 1961

 

1961-40 COMMENTS

 

To Santa Clara County Flood Control and Water Conservation District and Alamenda County Flood Control and Water Conservation District, Zone 7, San Francisco, November 20, 1961.

 

1961-41 ROLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN STATE WATER RIGHT APPLICATIONS

 

To the 34th Annual Statewide Meeting of State Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, November 30, 1961.

 

1961-42 STATEMENT

 

To the California Water Commission, Palm Springs, December 8, 1961

 

1961-43 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interin Committee on Water, Sacramento, December 13, 1961.

 

1962

Box Box 1

1962-1 PROGRESS REPORT ON CALIFORNIA WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Water Resources and Agriculture Committee, County Supervisors Association of California, Sacramento, January 12, 1962

 

1962-2 WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA

 

To Stone Corral Irrigation District, Visalia, January 15, 1962

 

1962-3 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES' AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, January 19, 1962

 

1962-4 IN SUPPORT OF CONTINUED COOPERATION

 

To the Sacramento Chapter of the Society of American Military Engineers at McClellan Field, January 22, 1962

 

1962-5 A TEST OF CIVILIZATION

 

Before the Third Annual University of California Conference on Regional Recreation and Open Space, Oakland, January 26, 1962

 

1962-6 COOPERATION IN WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Sacramento Valley Council, California State Chamber of Commerce Regional Water Conference, Chico, February 2, 1962

 

1962-7 RECENT WATER DEVELOPMENTS

 

To the Glenn County Rice Growers Annual Meeting, Willows, February 6, 1962

 

1962-8 AN OVERDUE REORGANIZATION OF STATE GOVERNMENT

 

Before the East San Diego Kiwanis Club, February 8, 1962

 

1962-9 RECREATION -- AN INTEGRAL PART OF WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Fourteenth Annual California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Conference, Berkeley, February 11, 1962

 

1962-10 THE ROLE OF THE PUMP IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the Vertical Turbine Pump Association, Las Vegas, February 12, 1962

 

1962-11 CALIFORNIA'S SOLUTION TO ITS WATER PROBLEMS

 

To the Southwest Water Council, Sacramento, February 15, 1962

 

1962-12 LOOKING AHEAD

 

To the First Annual Outlook Conference, Giannini Foundation, University of California, Riverside, February 16, 1962

 

1962-13 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Finance Subcommittee No.1, Sacramento, February 19, 1962.

 

1962-14 IMPORTANCE OF SEED IN THE FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF WESTERN AGRICULTURE

 

Before the Annual Convention of the California Seed Association Yosemite, February 22, 1962

 

1962-15 A PROGRESS REPORT ON WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the Vallejo Rotary Club, Vallejo, March 1, 1962

 

1962-16 PROGRESS ON THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Scottish Rite Temple, Oakland, March 5, 1962

 

1962-17 STATEMENT

 

In support of federal appropriations for Oroville Dam in accordance with the contract between the United States of America and the State of California, March 8, 1962

 

1962-18 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, March 16, 1962

 

1962-19 A NEW EMPHASIS ON SALT WATER CONVERSION

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, March 16, 1962

 

1962-20 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Finance Committee, Sacramento, March 20, 1962

 

1962-21 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Finance Committee, Sacramento March 22, 1962

 

1962-22 MAGIC TO STIR MEN'S BLOOD

 

Before the Fifth Annual Social Science Forum of Sacramento State College, March 28, 1962

 

1962-23 THAT CALIFORNIA MAY CONTINUE TO FLOURISH

 

To the Capital City Democratic Club, Sacramento, April 4, 1962

 

1962-24 CALIFORNIA'S NATURAL RESOURCES: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE

 

Before a Regional Conference of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, San Francisco, California, April 13, 1962

 

1962-25 ENGINEERING THE FEATHER RIVER PROJECT

 

To the Annual Southern California Conference, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Los Angeles, April 25, 1962,

 

1962-26 PROBLEMS INVOLVED IN ORGANIZING AND BUILDING A MAJOR WATER PROJECT

 

To the Irrigation Districts Association Spring Convention, San Francisco, April 27, 1962

 

1962-27 REORGANIZATION OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT TO MEET CALIFORNIA'S RESOURCES PROBLEMS

 

Before the 8th Annual Conference of the Association for Outdoor Education, Calabases, California, April 29, 1962

 

1962-28 WATER DEVELOPMENT -- ESSENTIAL KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH

 

To the Second Annual Coachella Valley Economic Conference, Palm Springs, April 30, 1962.

 

1962-29 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Fresno, May 4, 1962

 

1962-30 CALIFORNIA'S ROLE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SAN LUIS PROJECT

 

To the California Water Commission, Fresno, May 4, 1962

 

1962-31 PROTECTIVE MEASURES FOR THE ALAMEDA COUNTY GROUND WATER BASIN

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Hayward, May 9, 1962

 

1962-32 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Public Works, Washington, D.C., May 15, 1962

 

1962-33 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Public Works, Washington, D.C., May 16, 1962

 

1962-34 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Appropriations Committee Subcommittee on Interior Items, Washington, D.C., May 17, 1962

 

1962-35 THE WATERSHED PROTECTION AND FLOOD PREVENTION ACT AND THE CALIFORNIA RESOURCES AGENCY -- A PARTNER IN WATERSHED PROJECTS

 

To the Gilroy Grange and the Loma Prieta Soil Conservation District, Gilroy, May 17, 1962

 

1962-36 THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT

 

To the National Rivers and Harbors Congress, Washington, D. C., May 18, 1962

 

1962-37 THE STATE AND LOCAL WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the State Chamber of Commerce Los Angeles, May 22, 1962

 

1962-38 DEVELOPMENT OF CALIFORNIA'S NATURAL RESOURCES

 

Before the Los Angeles Chapter American Society of Public Administration, May 24, 1962

 

1962-39 PROGRESS IN REORGANIZATION OF STATE GOVERNMENT

 

Before the Bakersfield Chapter, American Society for Public Administration, May 25, 1962

 

1962-40 FEATHER RIVER WATER

 

To the American Public Works Association, Western Regional Conference, Long Beach, May 31, 1962

 

1962-41 STATEMENT

 

To the California Water Commission and the Feather River Project Association Oroville, May 31, 1962

 

1962-42 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Chico, June 1, 1962

 

1962-43 THE WATER SUPPLY ACT OF 1958 AND ITS POSSIBLE APPLICATION TO FUTURE WATER PROJECTS IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the California Water Commission, Chico, June 1, 1962

 

1962-44 COOPERATION AND COORDINATION IN DELTA PLANNING

 

To Directors of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, and the San Bernadino Valley Municipal Water District, Concord, June 7, 1962

 

1962-45 THE PROGRAM OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the Commission on California State Government Organization and Economy, Sacramento, June 7, 1962

 

1962-46 NEW SOURCES OF WATER

 

To the California State Board of Agriculture, Sacramento, June 18, 1962.

 

1962-47 THE PROMISE OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT WILL BE FULFILLED

 

To the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, San Bernardino, June 26, 1962

 

1962-48 CALIFORNIA: TUNA CENTER OF THE WORLD

 

To the World Tuna Conference, La Jolla, California, July 2, 1962

 

1962-49 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, July 6, 1962

 

1962-50 MANAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES IN WATER RESOURCES

 

To the Davis Management Conference, Davis, July 11, 1962

 

1962-51 WASTE WATER RECLAMATION

 

To the California Sanitary and Sanitation Districts Convention, San Francisco, July 14, 1962

 

1962-52 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water on Assembly Bill No. 2216, Sacramento, July 19, 1962

 

1962-53 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water on Ground Water Management, Sacramento, August 2, 1962

 

1962-54 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committe on Water on Assembly Bill No. 917 as Amended in Assembly May 25, 1961, Sacramento, August 2, 1962

 

1962-55 MEETING THE PUBLIC RECREATION DEMAND

 

To the Assembly Ways and Means Interim Subcommittee on Tourist Trade, Redding, August 9, 1962

 

1962-56 FANTASY AND FACT

 

To the Oroville Chamber of Commerce, Oroville, August 15, 1962

 

1962-57 PROGRESS REPORT ON THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT

 

To the Davis Conference of the Hydraulics Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Davis, August 16, 1962

 

1962-58 WATCHWORDS FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW

 

To the Guests at the San Luis Dam Pre-dedication Banquet, Fresno, August 17, 1962

 

1962-59 WATER FOR A GROWING CALIFORNIA

 

To the Vallejo Kiwanis Club, Vallejo, August 22, 1962

 

1962-60 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, Los Angeles, September 7, 1962

 

1962-61 FEATHER RIVER GOLD - ON THE WAY

 

To the Sacramento Kiwanis Club, Sacramento, September 11, 1962

 

1962-62 RESOLUTION OF CONFLICTING USES OF WATER BY COMPREHENSIVE MULTIPLE PURPOSE PLANNING

 

To the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water, Sonora, September 14, 1962

 

1962-63 A HOPE AND SURETY

 

To the Antelope Valley-East Kern Water Agency, Lancaster, September 21, 1962

 

1962-64 TO KEEP CALIFORNIA GREAT

 

In Calistoga, California, September 21, 1962

 

1962-65 REPORT ON DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES AFFAIRS

 

To the California Water Commission, San Diego, October 5, 1962

 

1962-66 STATUS OF THE EAST BRANCH, CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCT PROJECT

 

To the California Water Commission, San Diego, October 5, 1962

 

1962-67 ACHIEVEMENTS WITHOUT LIMIT

 

Before the General Assembly of the Association of Bay Area Governments, Berkeley, October 10, 1962

 

1962-68 CALIFORNIA'S DELTA WATER PLAN

 

To the Manteca Water Resources Meeting and Press Conference, Manteca, October 13, 1962

 

1962-69 STATEMENT

 

To the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water on Construction of the East and West Branch Aqueducts, San Diego, October 18, 1962

 

1962-70 WHERE WE ARE AND WHERE WE'RE GOING WITH THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the 43rd Annual Conference, California Section, American Water Works Association, Santa Monica, October 24, 1962

 

1962-71 WATER FOR THE PEOPLE AND THE LAND

 

To the 22nd Annual Conference of the California Conservation Council, Fresno, October 25, 1962

 

1962-72 A BIG STEP FORWARD IN RECREATION DEVELOPMENT

 

At the Antelope Dam Groundbreaking Ceremony, Plumas County, October 29, 1962

 

1962-73 WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the California State Division, Izaak Walton League of America, Inc., Anaheim, Movember 3, 1962

 

1962-74 AN ENORMOUS UTILITY

 

To the Irrigation Districts Association of California, Coronado, November 8, 1962

 

1962-75 PROGRESS REPORT ON NEGOTIATION OF CONTRACTS FOR WATER SUPPLIES FROM THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the California Water Commission, Coronade, November 9, 1962

 

1962-76 REPORT ON ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Coronado, November 9, 1962

 

1962-77 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, on Provisions of AB 2988, Bakersfield, November 16, 1962

 

1962-78 PROPOSED WATER SUPPLY CONTRACT FOR SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY FLOOD CONTROL AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT

 

To the Board of Supervisors of San Luis Obispo County, San Luis Obispo, November 19, 1962

 

1962-79 FOUR WEAPONS IN SOIL CONSERVATION

 

Before the State Soil Conservation Districts at Santa Rosa, November 26, 1962

 

1962-80 REPORT ON ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, November 30, 1962

 

1962-81 WATER QUALITY AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, November 30, 1962

 

1962-82 ANOTHER LOOK AT STATE AID TO SMALL PROJECTS

 

To the Mountain Counties Water Resources Association, Sacramento, December 5, 1962

 

1962-83 POWER AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Los Angeles Section, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Los Angeles, December 11, 1962

 

1963

Box Box 2

1963-1 REPORT ON ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, January 4, 1963

 

1963-2 MEETING CALIFORNIA'S NEEDS FOR WATER

 

To the newly-elected Members of the State Legislature, Sacramento, January, 16, 1963

 

1963-3 THE CALIFORNIA STATE WATER PROJECT -- ITS PLAN AND COSTS

 

To the San Francisco Section, American Association of Costs Engineers San Francisco, January 23, 1963

 

1963-4 REPORT ON ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, February 1, 1963

 

1963-5 WATER AND POWER-- CALIFORNIA'S FUTURE

 

To the Electric Club of San Francisco, February 4, 1963

 

1963-6 THE STATE WATER PROJECT, ITS SIGNIFICANCE IN WESTERN KERN COUNTY

 

To the Taft District Chamber of Commerce, Taft, February 9, 1963

 

1963-7 NO END TO IT

 

At the Groundbreaking of the California Aqueduct, near Gustine, February 9. 1963

 

1963-8 THE STATE WATER PROJECT AND KERN COUNTY

 

To the North Bakersfield Rotary Club, Oildale, February 12, 1963

 

1963-9 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, March 1, 1963

 

1963-10 PROGRESS IN STATE WATER PROJECT FINANCING

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, March 1, 1963

 

1963-11 PROGRESS IN STATE WATER PROJECT FINANCING

 

To the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, March 20, 1963

 

1963-12 RECREATION AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To a Joint Meeting of the Recreation Subcommittee, Pacific Southwest Interagency Committee and the California Outdoor Recreation Forum, Sacramento, March 27, 1963

 

1963-13 OUR MODIFIED FINANCIAL PROGRAM

 

To the California Irrigation Districts Association, Sacramento, March 28, 1963

 

1963-14 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Oroville, April 5, 1963

 

1963-15 EXCITING YEAR FOR THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the California State Board of Agriculture, Sacramento, April 15, 1963

 

1963-16 A TOUR OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Board of Supervisors and Agencies of Riverside County, Riverside, April 18, 1963; and to the San Diego County Water Agencies Association, Escondido, April 18, 1963

 

1963-17 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Santa Rosa, May 3, 1963

 

1963-18 FINANCING THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Senate Water Resources Committee, Sacramento, May 6, 1963

 

1963-19 PUMPING AT THE TEHACHAPI CROSSING

 

To the State Water Project Service Agency Conference, Sacramento, May 9, 1963

 

1963-20 THE STATE WATER PROJECT PROGRESS, RECREATION PLANS AND CONTRACT NEGOTIATIONS

 

To the Public Affairs Council of Kern County, Bakersfield, May 23, 1963

 

1963-21 U.S. AND CALIFORNIA WORK TOGETHER

 

To the California Congressional Delegation, Washington, D.C., June 4, 1963

 

1963-22 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Monterey, June 7, 1963

 

1963-23 MEETING THE CHALLENGE

 

To the Governor's Conference on the Impact of the Supreme Court Decision on the Colorado River, Sacramento, June 26, 1963

 

1963-24 AN ADMINISTRATOR'S VIEW OF GROUND WATER

 

To the Biennial Conference on Ground Water Recharge and Ground Water Basin Management, Berkeley, June 26, 1963

 

1963-25 MEETING THE IMPACT OF THE SCOTUS DECISION IN ARIZONA V. CALIFORNIA

 

June 27, 1963

 

1963-26 POSITIVE SOLUTION

 

To the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento, July 1, 1963

 

1963-27 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, July 12, 1963

 

1963-28 MAXIMUM USE OF CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCT CAPACITY

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, July 12, 1963

 

1963-29 CONSTRUCTION AND WATER SERVICE SCHEDULE OF WEST AND EAST BRANCH AQUEDUCTS

 

To the State Water Project Service Agency Conference, Los Angeles, July 18, 1963

 

1963-30 APPLICATION OF OPEN-SPACE LAND GRANTS TO THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the State Water Project Service Agency Conference, Los Angeles, July 18, 1963

 

1963-31 POSITIVE SOLUTIONS TO WATER PROBLEMS

 

To the Downtown Lions Club, Venture, August 1, 1963

 

1963-32 LEGISLATURE'S STRONG SUPPORT FOR DAVIS-GRUNSKY PROGRAM

 

To the California Water Commission, Ventura, August 2, 1963

 

1963-33 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Ventura, August 2, 1963

 

1963-34 STATUS OF THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT

 

To the Association of Western State Engineers, Denver, Colorado, August 13, 1963

 

1963-35 THE GROWTH OF CALIFORNIA IN THE SIXTIES

 

At the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Yuba-Bear Rivers Project of the Nevada Irrigation District, Nevada County, August 23, 1963

 

1963-36 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Fresno, September 6, 1963

 

1963-37 GROUND WATER QUALITY AND WASTE WATER RECLAMATION

 

To the President's Water Pollution Control Advisory Board, Los Angeles, September 25, 1963

 

1963-38 THE STATE WATER PROGRAM AND KERN COUNTY

 

To Seminar, Bakersfield College, Bakersfield, October 12, 1963

 

1963-39 SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To State Chamber of Commerce, Stockton, October 16, 1963

 

1963-40 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, October 17, 1963

 

1963-41 THE INTEREST OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN PESTICIDES

 

To the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Agriculture, Sacramento, October 22-23, 1963

 

1963-42 STATEMENT

 

To the Davis-Grunsky Subcommittee, Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Auburn, October 24, 1963

 

1963-43 A BIG STEP FORWARD IN RECREATION DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Antelope Dam groundbreaking ceremony, Plumas County, October 29, 1963

 

1963-44 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water and the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Sacramento, October 31, 1963

 

1963-45 WATER FOR CALIFORNIA'S MILLIONS

 

To the California Conservation Council Conference, Pasadena, November 1, 1963

 

1963-46 RECREATION FEATURES OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT IN KERN COUNTY

 

To the Citizens' Committee for Recreation, Taft, November 5, 1963

 

1963-47 WATER AND NAPA COUNTY

 

To the Kiwanis Club, Napa, November 7, 1963

 

1963-48 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the State Water Project Service Agency Conference, Sacramento, November 8, 1963

 

1963-49 THE STATUS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Irrigation Districts Association, Anaheim, November 21, 1963

 

1963-50 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Anaheim, November 22, 1963

 

1963-51 MOVING AHEAD WITH WATER CONTRACTING

 

At the Signing Ceremonies at West Covina and Ventura, December 2, 1963

 

1963-52 STATEMENT

 

To President's Water Pollution Control Advisory Board, regarding water quality at Lake Tahoe, Dec. 9, 1963

 

1963-53 STATEMENT

 

Before the Planning Subcommittee of the Assembly Interim Committee on Natural Resources, Planning and Public Works, Sacramento, December 11-12, 1963

 

1963-54 STATEMENT

 

For the Resources Agency, Before the Planning Subcommittee of the Assembly Interim Committee on Natural Resources, Planning and Public Works, Sacramento, December 11-12, 1963

 

1963-55 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the State Water Project Service Agency Conference, Los Angeles, December 12, 1963

 

1963-56 STATEMENT

 

To the Subcommittee on Saline Conversion and Nuclear Energy, Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Fullerton, December 17, 1963

 

1963-57 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Fullerton, December 18, 1963

 

1963-58 STATEMENT

 

To the Baldwin Hills Disaster Subcommittee, Los Angeles, December 23, 1963

 

1964

Box Box 2

1964-1 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, California, January 3, 1964

 

1964-2 WATER, YESTERDAY AND TODAY

 

To the Rotary Club, Santa Rosa, January 8, 1964

 

1964-3 LOS ANGELES COUNTY ELIGIBLE FOR RECREATION GRANT

 

News Conference, Los Angeles County Hall of Administration, Los Angeles January 9, 1964

 

1964-4 STATEMENT

 

To the Assemby Interim Committee on Municipal and County Government, Los Angeles, January 16, 1964

 

1964-5 SNOW SURVEYS AS RELATED TO THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the West-Wide Snow Survey Training Conference, Squaw Valley, January 16, 1964

 

1964-7* STATEMENT

Note

*1964-6 omitted (discovered to be dup of 1964-4).
 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Municipal and County Government, Los Angeles, January 17, 1964

 

1964-8 JOHN WATSON AND JESSE TAPP

 

To the State Boark of Agriculture, San Francisco, January 20, 1964

 

1964-9 A REGIONAL APPROACH TO WATER PROBLEMS OF THE PACIFIC SOUTHWEST

 

To the State Board of Agriculture, San Francisco, January 20, 1964

 

1964-10 STATEMENT

 

To the Subcommittee on Water District Organization of the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Berkeley, January 21, 1964

 

1964-11 STATEMENT

 

To the Baldwin Hills Disaster Subcommittee of the Assembly-General Research Committee, Los Angeles, January 28, 1964

 

1964-12 STATEMENT

 

To the Assembly Legislative Interim Committee on Fish and Game, San Francisco, January 30, 1964

 

1964-13 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, February 7, 1964

 

1964-14 STATEMENT

 

To the Oroville Dam Subcommittee of the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Sacramento, February 19, 1964

 

1964-15 ADDITIONAL STATEMENT

 

To the Oroville Dam Subcommittee of the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Sacramento, February 19, 1964

 

1964-16 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the State Water Project Service Agency Conference, Bakersfield, February 27, 1964

 

1964-17 A REGIONAL SOLUTION TO OUR COMMON WATER PROBLEMS

 

To the joint meeting of the Kiwanis Club and the Chamber of Commerce, Tucson, Arizona, February 28, 1964.

 

1964-18 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Pittsburg, March 6, 1964

 

1964-19 THE SAN JOAQUIN DRAINAGE FACILITIES

 

To the California Water Commission, Pittsburg, March 6, 1964

 

1964-20 THE REVISED PACIFIC SOUTHWEST WATER PLAN

 

To the State Men's Club, Sacramento, March 16, 1964

 

1964-21 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Bekersfield, April 3, 1964

 

1964-22 ASSURANCES OF STATE CONSTRUCTION OF DRAINAGE FACILITIES TO SERVE THE FEDERAL SAN LUIS UNIT SERVICE AREA

 

To the joint Federal-State meeting on matters related to San Joaquin drainage facilities, Fresno, April 7, 1964

 

1964-23 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 17

 

To the Assembly Ways and Means Committee, Sacramento, April 20, 1964

 

1964-24 THE STATUS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT AND THE SAN JOAQUIN DRAINAGE FACILITIES

 

To the Irrigation Districts Association, Fresno, April 30, 1964

 

1964-25 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Fresno, May 1, 1964

 

1964-26 STATEMENT ON SAN LUIS UNIT APPROPRIATIONS

 

To the United States Senate Committee on Appropriations Subcommittee on Bureau of Reclamation and Interior Power Marketing Agencies, Washington, D. C., May 4, 1964

 

1964-26a STATEMENT ON AUBURN-FOLSOM SOUTH UNIT, L.R. 2411

 

To the House Subcommittee on Irrigation and Reclamation of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, Washington D.C., May 5, 1964

 

1964-27 STATEMENT ON OROVILLE DAM FLOOD CONTROL CONTRIBUTIONS

 

To the U.S. Senate, Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works, Washington D.C., May 6, 1964

 

1964-28 STATUS OF REQUESTS FOR ADDITIONAL WATER UNDER ARTICLE 8 WATER SERVICE CONTRACT

 

To the State Water Service Contractors' Council, Oroville, May 7, 1964

 

1964-29 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Oroville, May 7, 1964

 

1964-30 STATUS OF PLANS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the East Bay Section of the California Retired Teachers Association, Oakland, May 14, 1964

 

1964-31 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, June 5, 1964

 

1964-32 THE STATE WATER PROJECT IN MID-1964

 

To the State Board of Equalization Supervisory Auditors, June 11, 1964

 

1964-33 REGIONAL PLANNING FOR WATER CONSERVATION

 

To the Western Conference on Regional Planning of the American Institute of Planners, Stateline, Nevada, June 15, 1964

 

1964-34 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Angeles, June 25, 1964

 

1964-35 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Eureka, July 10, 1964

 

1964-36 IMPLEMENTING PLANS FOR WATER DEVELOPMENT IN THE NORTH COASTAL AREA

 

To the Statewide Conference on North Coastal Water Resources, sponsored by California State Chamber of Commerce and Eel River Flood Control and Water Conservation Association, Eureka, July 10, 1964

 

1964-37 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 17 OF THE 1964 FIRST EXTRAORDINARY SESSION

 

To the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Santa Monica, July 22, 1964

 

1964-38 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, San Francisco, July 29, 1964

Box Box 3

1964-39 THE PROJECT, THE DRAIN, AND THE BAY

 

To the Hibernian Newman Club, San Francisco, August 9, 1965

 

1964-40 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Angeles, August 28, 1964

 

1964-41 THE NORTH BAY AQUEDUCT

 

To the Water Coordinating Council of Napa County, Napa, September 10, 196

 

1964-42 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Stockton, September 11, 1964

 

1964-43 PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT, AND ADMINISTRATION OF INTERBASIN DIVERSIONS

 

To the Association of Western State Engineers, Austin, Texas, September 21, 1964

 

1964-44 A NEW HOME FOR THE LAB

 

To dedicate teh new laboratories buildings, Bryte, September 24, 1964

 

1964-45 THE NAME FOR THE LAKE

 

At ground breaking for Grizzly Valley Dam during Dedication Day in Plumas County ceremonies, September 27, 1964

 

1964-46 DEDICATION OF FRENCHMAN DAM AND FRENCHMAN LAKE

 

At the dedication of Frenchman Dam and Frenchman Lake during Dedication Day in Plumas County ceremonies, September 27, 1964

 

1964-47 DEDICATION OF ANTELOPE VALLEY DAM AND ANTELOPE LAKE

 

At the dedication of Antelope Valley Dam and Antelope Lake during Dedication Day in Plumas County ceremonies, September 27, 1964

 

1964-48* *Duplicate of 1964-45 - thus omitted

 

1964-49 SIGNING THE CONTRACTS

 

At the ceremony of signing the final contracts with State Water Project contracting agencies, Sacramento, September 28, 1964

 

1964-50 AGRICULTURAL WATER FROM THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the State Board of Agriculture, Fresno, September 29, 1964

 

1964-51 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, October 2, 1964

 

1964-52 THE CARLEY V. PORTER TUNNEL

 

At dedication of the Carley V. Porter Tunnel of the State Water Project, near Lebec, October 3, 1964

 

1964-53 MEN, TUNNELS AND WATER

 

At the dedication of the Carley V. Porter Tunnel of the State Water Project near Lebec, October 3, 1964

 

1964-54 WATER FOR CALIFORNIA - IT'S CHALLENGES & PROGRESS

 

To Southern California Water Conference, Los Angeles, October 4, 1965

 

1964-55 FINANCING AN EXPANDING STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Statewide Water Resources Committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce, Oroville, October 6, 1964

 

1964-56 THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY DRAINAGE INVESTIGATION

 

To the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Los Banos, October 8, 1964

 

1964-57 STATEMENT ON THE PROPOSED MARYSVILLE RESERVOIR

 

To the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Los Banos, October 9, 1964

 

1964-58 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Sacramento, October 15, 1964

 

1964-59 FILM AS A FORCE FOR INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING

 

To the awards banquet of the 8th annual San Francisco International Film Festival, cultural and informational films, Jack Tar Hotel, San Francisco, October 16, 1964

 

1964-60 THE PROGRESS OF THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT AND THE EFFECT OF THE PACIFIC SOUTHWEST WATER PLAN ON THAT PROJECT

 

To the Annual California Water Resources Division Conference of the U.S. Geologic Survey, Santa Barbara, October 16, 1964

 

1964-61 STATEMENT FOR THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SALINE CONVERSION AND NUCLEAR ENERGY OF THE ASSEMBLY INTERIM COMMITTEE ON WATER

 

To the Subcommittee on Saline Conversion and Nuclear Energy, Sacramento, November 5, 1964

 

1964-62 STATEMENT BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF THE ASSEMBLY INTERIM COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS

 

At a Public Hearing on AB 2424 (Petris, 1963 session) Repealing the California Buy American Act, Sheraton-Palace Hotel, San Francisco, November 9 and 10, 1964

 

1964-63 FUTURE HORIZONS IN CALIFORNIA'S WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the National Reclamation Association, Palm Springs, November 12, 1964

 

1964-64 THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT AND ATOMIC ENERGY

 

To members and representatives of the Congressional Joing Committee on Atomic Energy, the Atomic Energy Commission, the California Legislature and Executive Branch, public and private utilities and other agencies, Los Angeles, November 13, 1964

 

1964-65 POLITICAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE CONSIDERATIONS OF LAND AND WATER RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Inter-American Land and Water Resource Development Center Workshop, Logan, Utah, November 18, 1964

 

1964-66 QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN PLANNING FOR CALIFORNIA WATER

 

To the National Technical Task Committee on Industrial Waste, Sheraton-Palace Hotel, San Francisco, November 19, 1964

 

1964-67 THE STATE'S PROGRAM ON SAFETY OF DAMS

 

To the County Engineers Association of California at their annual meeting with the County Supervisors Association, Palm Springs, November 20, 1964

 

1964-68 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Angeles, November 24, 1964

 

1964-69 SALINITY INTRUSION AND RELATED STUDIES - SACRAMENTO-SAN JOAQUIN DELTA

 

To a Specialty Conference sponsored jointyly by the Irrigation and Drainag Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers and the U.S. Committee of the International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, El Paso, Texas, December 3, 1964

 

1964-70 PLANNING FOR COORDINATION OF WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the Interstate Conference on Water Problems, Denver, Colorado, December 7, 1964

 

1964-71 PUMPS FOR THE TEHACHAPI BIG LIFT

 

To the Board of Directors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Los Angeles, December 8, 1964

 

1964-72 CUTTING THE COST OF WATER

 

To the Board of Directors, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Los Angeles, December 8, 1964

 

1964-73 THE STATE WATER PROJECT TODAY AND PARTICULARLY THE SAN JOAQUIN MASTER DRAIN

 

To the Water Problems Study Section of the Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco, December 10, 1964

 

1964-74 THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the California Irrigation Districts Association Convention, Los Angeles, December 11, 1964

 

1964-75 NUCLEAR ENERGY AS A SOURCE OF POWER FOR THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the California Water Commission, Los Angeles, December 11, 1964

 

1964-76 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Los Angeles, December 11, 1964

 

1964-77 PROGRESS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Feather River Project Association Board of Directors, Los Angeles December 18, 1964

 

1965

Box Box 3

1965-1 STATEMENT ON SENATE BILL 935

 

To the Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Sacramento, January 6, 1965

 

1965-2 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Angeles, January 7, 1965

 

1965-3 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, San Francisco, January 8, 1965

 

1965-4 WASTE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY SYSTEM

 

To the California Water Commission, San Francisco, January 8, 1965

 

1965-5 REPORT ON WATER PROGRESS

 

At the Meeting of the Governor's Council at the State Capital, Sacramento January 11, 1965

 

1965-6 STATE, FEDERAL AND REGIONAL WATER PLANS

 

At the University of California, part of a University extension course on California Water Resources, Riverside, January 19, 1965

 

1965-7 FLOOD CONTROL

 

At the Second Annual Conference of the Resources Agency of California, San Francisco, January 22, 1965

 

1965-8 FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE IN CALIFORNIA

 

To the California Irrigation Institute, Sacramento, January 27, 1965

 

1965-9 PROGRESS ON THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Annual Meeting with Coastal Aqueduct Contracting Agencies, San Luis Obispo, January 28, 1965

 

1965-10 REPORT OF RECENT ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, February 5, 1965

 

1965-11 WASTE WATER COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL IN THE SAN FRANCISCO BAY SYSTEM

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, February 5, 1965

 

1965-12 WATER MANAGEMENT IN A CHANGING WORLD

 

To a Water Sciences and Management Program Seminar, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, February 8, 1965

 

1965-13 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Sacramento, February 11, 1965

 

1965-14 FINANCIAL AND POWER ASPECTS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Water and Power Committee of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, Los Angeles, February 15, 1965

 

1965-15 CALIFORNIA'S URGENT NEED FOR AUBURN DAM

 

To the Auburn Dam Committee, Sacramento, February 17, 1965

 

1965-16 THE PLACE OF FISH AND WILDLIFE IN THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the California Fish and Game Commission, Sacramento, February 19, 1965

 

1965-17 THE STATE WATER PROJECT AND WATER DEVELOPMENT IN THE SONORA AREA

 

To the Board of Realtors of Tuolumne County, Sonora, February 25, 1965

 

1965-18 PLANNING FOR MAJOR WATER SUPPLY DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Feather River Project Association, Sacramento, February 26, 1965

 

1965-19 ECONOMICAL POWER AND INEXPENSIVE WATER

 

To the California Power Users Conference, Berkeley, February 27, 1965

 

1965-20 PROPOSED STUDY OF SAN FRANCISCO BAY- DELTA DRAINAGE AREA FOR THE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL OF WASTES

 

At a meeting of the Water Resources Committee, California State Chamber of Commerce, Burlingame, March 2, 1965

 

1965-21 REHABILITATING FLOOD STRICKEN COMMUNITIES

 

To the Resources Agency Conference on the Rehabilitation of North-western California Communities, Sacramento, March 3, 1965

 

1965-22 RAPID PROGRESS IN THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Directors of the County Supervisors Association, Sacramento, March 4, 1965

 

1965-23 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, San Francisco, March 5, 1965

 

1965-24 THE CALIFORNIA FLOOD CONTROL PROGRAM, 1965

 

To the California Water Commission, San Francisco, March 5, 1965

 

1965-25 MANAGEMENT'S JOB

 

To the Sacramento Junior Chamber of Commerce, Sacramento, March 6, 1965

 

1965-26 THE WATER RESOURCES BUDGET 1965-66

 

To the Senate Finance Committee, Sacramento, March 17, 1965

 

1965-27 CALIFORNIA'S INTEREST IN THE SEED-BLANKET NUCLEAR POWERPLANT

 

To the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy at a Congressional hearing, Washington, D.C., March 18, 1965

 

1965-28 STATE WATER PROJECT SERVICES FOR YOU

 

To the Upper Santa Ana River Coordinating Council, San Bernardino, March 22, 1965

 

1965-29 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1147 OF THE 1965 REGULAR SESSION

 

To the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, March 25, 1965

 

1965-30 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Sacramento, March 25, 1965

 

1965-31 PLUS FACTORS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Municipal Bond Club of San Francisco, San Francisco, March 26, 1965

 

1965-32 THE PROPOSED NUCLEAR POWERPLANT AND ASSOCIATED MATTERS

 

To the Feather River Project Association, Sacramento, March 26, 1965

 

1965-33 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1147 OF THE 1965 REGULAR SESSION

 

To the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, March 31, 1965

 

1965-34 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1094 OF THE 1965 REGULAR SESSION

 

To the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, March 31, 1965

 

1965-35 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Sacramento, April 2, 1965

 

1965-36 THE WATER RESOURCES BUDGET 1965-66

 

To the Assembly Ways and Means subcommittee, Sacramento, April 5, 1965

 

1965-37 STATEMENT CONCERNING STUDIES OF AN EXPERIMENTAL SEA WATER INTRUSION BARRIER IN THE OXNARD PLAIN OF VENTURA COUNTY (AB-856-HENSON)

 

To the Assembly Water Committee, Sacramento, April 7, 1965

 

1965-38 THE STATE WATER PROJECT TODAY

 

To the Irrigation Districts Association Spring Convention, Sacramento, April 8, 1965

 

1965-39* *1965-39 - omitted - dup of 38

 

1965-40 HOW THE STATE WATER PROJECT BUILDS VALUES

 

To the Southwest Conference of the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, San Francisco, April 9, 1965

 

1965-41 THE NEXT 50 YEARS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

 

To the Pacific Southwest Conference of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Anaheim, April 20, 1965

 

1965-42 CONSERVING WATER AND DOLLARS

 

Before Town Hall, Los Angeles, April 20, 1965

 

1965-43 ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND CHALLENGES OF THE WATER RESOURCES TEAM

 

TO THE Employeers of the Southern District, Department of Water Resources, Los Angeles, April 30, 1965

 

1965-44 PIONEER CEMETERY

 

At the dedication of Pioneer Cemetery Oroville Division of the State Water Project, May 2, 1965

 

1965-45 STATEMENT ON SENATE BILL NO. 942

 

Before the Senate Committee on Water Resources in Sacramento, May 10, 1965

 

1965-46 STATEMENT BEFORE THE ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE ON WATER

 

On AB 1051 to amend the law on supervision of dams, presented before the Assembly Committee on Water, May 12, 1965 Sacramento

 

1965-47 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 2271

 

Before the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, May 12, 1965

 

1965-48 OPENING REMARKS

 

Before the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Banos, CA, May 13, 1965

 

1965-49 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Fresno, May 14, 1965

 

1965-50 THE PROPOSED MASTER PLAN FOR SAN FRANCISCO BAY - DELTA DRAINAGE

 

Before the San Joaquin Valley Council of the California State Chamber of Commerce, Fresno, May 14, 1965

 

1965-51 STATEMENT OF OROVILLE DAM FLOOD CONTROL CONTRIBUTIONS

 

Presented before the House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works, May 18, 1965

 

1965-52 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 1147 OF THE 1965 REGULAR SESSION

 

Before the Senate Committee on Water, Sacramento, May 24, 1965

 

1965-53 GEOLOGIC HAZARDS

 

Before the Geologic Hazards Conference on Landslides and Subsidence, Los Angeles, May 27, 1965

 

1965-54 A PERSONAL MANAGEMENT PHILOSOPHY

 

Before the ederal Management Institute, Sacramento, June 8, 1965

 

1965-55 PROGRESS -- IMAGINATION AND COURAGE

 

At the 65-2 meeting of the Pacific Southwest Inter-Agency Committee, Oroville, June 16-1965

 

1965-56 THE CALIFORNIA WATER PROJECT - A WIDELY SHARED ACHIEVEMENT

 

Before the 17th Annual Institute on Government, in San Diego, June 17, 1965

 

1965-57 SERVICES PERFORMED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

At the 24th Annual Institute on Government, Sacramento, June 18, 1965 (presented by Deputy Director of Administration, Neely Gardner, June 17)

 

1965-58 GROWTH AND PROSPERITY IN AGRICULTURE

 

Before the Rotary Club, Visalia, June 23, 1965

 

1965-59 REPORT ON THE FORMATION OF THE WESTERN STATES WATER COUNCIL

 

June 24, 1965

 

1965-60 OPENING REMARKS

 

Before the Water Service Contractors' Council, July 1, 1965, San Jose, CA

 

1965-61 THE SOUTH BAY AQUEDUCT AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

At the dedication of the South Bay Aqueduct at the terminal facilities, San Jose, July 1, 1965

 

1965-62 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, San Jose, July 2, 1965

 

1965-63 CALIFORNIA'S BIG STEP FORWARD IN DAM SAFETY

 

At signing ceremony of AB 1051, July 13, 1965, Los Angeles

 

1965-64 THE STATE WATER PROJECT AND THE MARYSVILLE AREA

 

To the Rotary Club of Marysville, CA July 14, 1965

 

1965-65 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Tahoe City, CA August 6, 1965

 

1965-67* THE PROJECT, THE DRAIN, AND THE BAY

Note

*66 omitted - dup
 

At the Hibernian Newman Club, San Francisco, August 9, 1965

Box Box 4

1965-68 WATER FOR CALIFORNIA TODAY AND TOMORROW

 

At the meeting of the Society of American Military Engineers, Mather Air Force Base Officers Club, Sacramento, September 16, 1965

 

1965-69 STATEMENT

 

To the Davis-Grunsky Subcommittee, Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Sacramento, September 22, 1965

 

1965-70 BIDWELL BAR BRIDGE -- A GRAND NEW LINK

 

At dedication of Bidwell Bar Bridge near Oroville, September 25, 1965

 

1965-71 SPACE-AGE MANAGEMENT METHODS

 

At the 1965 Interagency Management Conference of the State of California, Asilomar, September 26, 1965

 

1965-72 REGIONAL WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST

 

To the Western Conference of the Council of State Governments, Boise, Idaho September 28, 1965

 

1965-73 THE DELTA AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Stockton Rotary Club, September 29, 1965

 

1965-74 WATER FOR CALIFORNIA -- ITS CHALLENGES AND PROGRESS

 

To the Southern California Water Conference, Los Angeles, October 4, 1965

 

1965-75 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Angeles, October 7, 1965

 

1965-76 AFTER THE FEATHER RIVER, WHAT NEXT?

 

Before the State Chamber of Commerce Water Conference, Los Angeles, October 13, 1965

 

1965-77 WESTERN REGIONAL WATER PLANNING

 

Before the State Chamber of Commerce Water Conference, San Diego, October 14, 1965

 

1965-78 EEL RIVER FLOOD STORY

 

For William E. Warne By Gordon Dukleth, before the County Engineers Association of California, Eureka, Ca, October 21, 1965

 

1965-79 TAFT AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

At the ground breaking ceremonies for the Intake Channel - Buena Vista Pumping Plant, near Taft, California, October 22, 1965

 

1965-80 TAFT FIELD OFFICE

 

At dedication ceremonies of the Department of Water Resources Field Office, Taft, CA, October 22, 1965

 

1965-81 EIGHTY MONTHS TO GO

 

Before the Lancaster Kiwanis Club, Lancaster, CA, October 25, 1965

 

1965-82 STATEMENT ON WATER QUALITY FUNCTIONS OF DEPARTMENT AND REASSIGNMENT OF WATER QUALITY RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Before the Assembly Committee on Water, Sacramento, October 26, 1965

 

1965-83 STATEMENT

 

Before the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, Planning, and Public Works, San Diego, October 29, 1965

 

1965-84 WATER QUALITY AND WATER RESOURCES IN THE NORTH COASTAL AREA

 

Before First Annual Water Quality Management Conference, Santa Rosa, CA, November 3, 1965

 

1965-85 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Antioch, CA November 4, 1965

 

1965-86 THE CALIFORNIA-NEVADA INTERSTATE COMPACT

 

To the California Water Commission, Antioch, CA, November 5, 1965

 

1965-87 ON TO STILL GREATER THINGS

 

At banquet celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Central Valley project, Antioch, November 5, 1965

 

1965-89* PIONEERING IN DESALINATION

Note

*88 omitted - dup.
 

To the California Water Commission, Antioch, November 5, 1965

 

1965-90 STATEMENT OF THE CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the Davis-Grunsky Subcommittee of the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Sacramento, November 15, 1965

 

1965-91 THE 1990 QUESTION

 

Before the State Chamber of Commerce Water Conference, Redding, CA, November 18, 1965

 

1965-92 NEED FOR REGIONAL WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

Before the American Society of Civil Engineers, Sacramento, November 22, 19

 

1965-93 WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA

 

Presented at hearing of Senate Fact Finding Committee on Water Resources, Sacramento, December 1 & 2, 1965

 

1965-94 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Riverside, CA December 3, 1965

 

1965-95 WATER RESOURCES PLANNING IN THE NORTH COASTAL AREA AND ITS RELATION TO SOUTHWEST WATER PLANNING

 

Before the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, El Monte, CA December 14 1965

 

1965-96 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Sacramento, December 16, 1965

 

1965-97 PROGRESS REPORT ON FEDERAL-STATE PERIPHERAL CANAL PROJECT

 

Before the Sacramento and San Joaquin County Boards of Supervisors, Sacramento, December 15, 1965

 

1966

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1966-1 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Sacramento, CA January 7, 1966

 

1966-2 STATEMENT FOR THE ASSEMBLY INTERIM COMMITTEE ON WATER

 

Los Angeles, January 14, 1966

 

1966-3 STATEMENT FOR THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON SALINE CONVERSION AND NUCLEAR ENERGY OF THE ASSEMBLY INTERIM COMMITTEE ON WATER

 

Los Angeles, January 13, 1966

 

1966-4 THE PERIPHERAL CANAL IN THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

Before the California Chapter of the Soil Conservation Society of America, Sacramento, January 27, 1966

 

1966-5 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Sacramento, February 4, 1966

 

1966-6 DISTRICT DIRECTORS FOR WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California State Personnel Board, Sacramento, February 4, 1966

 

1966-7 WATER CONSERVATION CONCEPTS AND PRACTICES IN CALIFORNIA

 

Presented at third meeting, Western States Water Council, Phoenix, Arizona, February 19, 1966

 

1966-8* *8 - omitted - dup. of 7

 

1966-9 WATER PLANS OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

 

Presented at the University of California, Irvine, March 1, 1966

 

1966-10 THE WATER RESOURCES BUDGET 1966-67

 

To the Assembly Ways and Means Subcommittee, Sacramento, March 1, 1966

 

1966-13* STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY BILL NO. 12 OF THE 1966 FIRST EXTRAORDINARY SESSION

Note

*nos. 11, 12 omitted - dup of no. 9
 

To the Assembly water Committee, Sacramento, California, March 2, 1966

 

1966-14 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Red Bluff, CA March 4, 1966

 

1966-15 WATER TO BUILD SANTA BARBARA'S FUTURE

 

To the Channel City Club, Santa Barbara, March 10, 1966

 

1966-16 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the annual meeting of Coastal Contractos, Santa Barbara, March 10, 1966

 

1966-17 THE ROLE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN REGIONAL WATER PLANNING

 

Before the fifth Annual Institute on the Role of the Region -- Water: Key to Regional Planning at the University of California, Davis, March 11, 11, 1966

 

1966-18 CALIFORNIA'S WATER FUTURE

 

To the California Water Commission, Merced, CA, April 1, 1966

 

1966-19 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Merced, CA, April 1, 1966

 

1966-20 WATER FOR ALL THE WEST

 

Spokane, Washington, April 15, 1966

 

1966-21 ONE PLAN FOR NORTH COASTAL WATER DEVELOPMENT

 

To the Irrigation Districts Association Spring Meeting, San Francisco, April 20, 1966

 

1966-22 STATEMENT ON FEDERAL PUBLIC WORKS APPROPRIATIONS FOR FISCAL YEAR 1967

 

Presented before the House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works, Washington, D.C., April 26, 1966

 

Presented befoe the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Public Works, Washington, D.C., April 27, 1966

 

1966-23 PRESERVATION OF LAKE TAHOE

 

To House Pollution Control Subcommittee in South Lake Tahoe, April 30, 1966

 

1966-24 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before California Water Commission, Nevada City, CA May 6, 1966

 

1966-25 DEL VALLE DAM

 

At the roundbreaking for Del Valle Dam, Livermore Valley, Alameda County, May 9, 1966

 

1966-26 A GOOD DEED WRITTEN IN WATER

 

Luncheon celebrating the Groundbreaking for Del Valle Dam, Livermore Valley, Alameda County, May 9, 1966

 

1966-27 INTERSTATE REGIONAL PLANNING -- ITS EFFECTS ON THE DELTA AND SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY

 

Before statewide conference on Delta Water Problems, California State Chamber of Commerce, Stockton, CA, May 13, 1966

 

1966-28 CALIFORNIA SOLVES HER WATER PROBLEMS

 

To the Swiss Engineeers Architects Association, Zurich Polytechnic Institute, Zurich, Switzerland, May 17, 1966

 

At the Stewart Hotel, East Kilbride, Glasgow, Scotland

 

1966-29 THE BATTLE OF THE 21st CENTURY

 

To the Water Problems Section of the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, May 24, 1966

 

1966-30 STATEMENT ON ASSEMBLY CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 31

 

Before the Senate Committee on Natural Resources, Sacramento, May 25, 1966

 

1966-31 FEDERAL-STATE PERIPHERAL CANAL

 

To California Congressmen, Washington, D.C., June 8, 1966

 

1966-32 OPENING REMARKS

 

Before the Water Service Contractors' Council Meeting, Los Angeles, June 16, 1966

 

1966-33 A DAY TO REMEMBER

 

To Oroville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Oroville, CA, June 25, 1966

 

1966-34 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To California Water Commission, Sacramento, July 1, 1966

 

1966-35 THE DEPARTMENT'S 1966-67 BUDGET

 

To California Water Commission meeting, Sacramento, July 1, 1966

 

1966-36 STATEMENT ON WATER-ORIENTED RECREATION PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT FOR THE NORTHERN AREA

 

To the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, Planning, and Public Works in Arcata, California, July 13, 1966

 

1966-37 WATER SUPPLY AND QUALITY OF LAKE TAHOE

 

At conference of the Department of the Interior on Lake Tahoe, South Lake Tahoe, July 18, 19 (presented by Reginald C. Price)

 

1966-38 OPERATION OF THE PERIPHERAL CANAL

 

To Water Problems Committee of Metropolitan Water District, Los Angeles July 18, 1966

 

1966-39 WATER-ORIENTED RECREATION PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT FOR CENTRAL CALIFORNIA

 

To the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources, Planning and Public Works, Fresno, July 21, 1966

 

1966-40 TEAMWORK AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the State Building and Construction Trades Council of California, Fresno, July 22, 1966

 

1966-41 SEA-WATER INTRUSION CONTROL

 

Presented at a ceremony with United Water Conservation District, Oxnard, CA, July 25, 1966

 

1966-42 THE NEED FOR MORE SCIENTIFIC EFFORT IN POLLUTION ABATEMENT

 

To the Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Development, of the Committee on Science and Astronautics, House of Representatives, Washington, D.C., August 3, 1966

 

1966-43 RECREATION IN THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

Before the California Water Commission, Los Angeles, CA, August 5, 1966

 

1966-44 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Los Angeles, August 5, 1966

 

1966-45 STATEMENT... ON HOUSE RESOLUTION NO. 115

 

For the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, Sacramento, August 11, 1966

 

1966-46 CONSTRUCTION STATUS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To subcommittee of Senate WaterCommittee, Oroville, CA, August 19, 1966

 

1966-47 CONSTRUCTION STATUS OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To Ventura Lions Club, Ventura, CA, September 8, 1966

 

1966-48 ROLES OF THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN GROUND WATER BASIN MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS

 

Before the Southern California Water Conference, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Board Room, Los Angeles, September 16, 1966

 

1966-50* STATE WATER PROJECT AND THE CASTAIC COOPERATIVE

Note

*1966-49 - omitted - 1965 date, see 1965-69
 

To Los Angeles section of American Society of Civil Engineers, October 5, 1966

 

1966-51 THE CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCT CLIMBS THE TEHACHAPIS

 

At the ground-breaking ceremonies for the Tehachapi Pumping Plant of the State Water Project, Bakersfield, October 6, 1966

 

1966-52 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

To the California Water Commission, Visalia, October 7, 1966

 

1966-53 BULLETIN NO. 160-66 - IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CALIFORNIA WATER PLAN

 

To the California Water Commission, Visalia, CA, October 7, 1966

 

1966-54 DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ROLE IN WATER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

 

To the County Supervisors Association, Water Advisory Committee, Los Angeles, October 19, 1966

 

1966-55 THE BOX CANYON PROJECT

 

At the Ground-breaking Ceremony for the Box Canyon Project in Siskiyou County, October 22, 1966

 

1966-56 CONSERVATION AND THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

To the Annual Meeting, California Conservation Council, San Francisco, October 29, 1966

 

1966-57 WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT IN CALIFORNIA NORTH COASTAL AREA

 

To Bay Area County Water Problems Committee, Napa, CA, October 28, 1966

 

1966-58 THE NATION'S BEST FLOOD WARNING NETWORK

 

Before banquet dedicating the North Coast Flood Warning System, Eureka, November 3, 1966

 

1966-59 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Eureka, November 4, 1966

 

1966-60 STATEMENT OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES BEFORE THE ASSEMBLY INTERIM COMMITTEE ON WATER, CONCERNING MODIFICATIONS TO THE WATER QUALITY CONTROL

 

San Francisco, CA, Nov. 16, 1966

 

1966-61 OPENING REMARKS

 

To the Water Service Contractors' Council, Los Angeles, November 17, 1966

 

1966-62 STATEMENT

 

Before the Assembly Interim Committee on Water, regarding a proposed water resources control board for California, San Francisco, November 17, 1966

 

1966-63 POWER CONTRACT SIGNING

 

At the signing of the Electric Utilities Contract, San Francisco, November 18, 1966

 

1966-64 EFFECT OF STATE WATER PROJECT ON SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: HOW, WHEN AND WHERE

 

Before the Annual Seminar of Los Angeles Chapter No. 1, American Right of Way Association, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles, November 22, 1966

 

1966-65 GOAL IN SIGHT FOR STATE WATER PROJECT

 

Before the Irrigation Districts Association of California, Coronado, December 8, 1966

 

1966-66 REPORT OF ACTIVITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT OF WATER RESOURCES

 

Before the California Water Commission, Coronado, December 9, 1966

 

1966-67 LAKE DAVIS - A MAGNIFICENT PLAYGROUND

 

At the dedication of Grizzly Valley Dam and Lake Davis of the State Water Project, Portola, CA, December 14, 1966

 

Miscellaneous - Correspondence, Articles

 

Correspondence

Box Box 4

1 To Mr. Warne, from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, re: location of East Branch Aqueduct with regard to San Andreas Fault. December 4, 1963

 

2 To Mr. Warne, from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. Short letter, referring back to letter above. May 8, 1964

 

Articles

Note

Numbers 1-33 are undated
Box Box 4

1 CALIFORNIA'S WATER PROBLEMS

 

2 THE NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WATER

 

3 THE WATER TO WORK WITH

 

4 WATER FROM UNDERGROUND

 

5 FAR OUT WATER SOURCES

 

6 WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?

 

7 CALIFORNIA'S STATE WATER PLAN

 

8 THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

9 THE ALL-AMERICAN CANAL SYSTEM

 

10 DOES THE WEATHER CHANGE

 

11 MAJOR CALIFORNIA WATER WORKS

 

12 WHAT HISTORY HAS TAUGHT US

 

13 WATER FOR THE FISHES

 

14 MORE THAN HALF FROM UNDERGROUND

 

15 THE PLACE OF THE IRRIGATION DISTRICT

 

16 WHAT IS WATER WORTH?

 

17 STATE WATER PROJECT ECONOMICALLY FEASIBLE

 

18 LEARNING THE HARD WAY

 

19 WATER FOR FUN

 

20 THE MULTIPLE-PURPOSE PROJECT

 

21 THE CENTRAL VALLEY PROJECT

 

22 THE LESSON OF 1961

 

23 FLOOD CONTROL IN CALIFORNIA

 

24 THE ROLE OF THE PUMP

 

25 HYDROELECTRIC POWER

 

26 COMPREHENSIVE RIVER BASIN DEVELOPMENT

 

27 STATE-WIDE COMPREHENSIVE DEVELOPMENT

 

28 CLEAN WATER

 

29 WATER PROBLEMS PLAGUED EARLY RIVER MEN

 

30 METROPOLITAN BUILDS THE COLORADO RIVER AQUEDUCT

 

31 SNOW SURVEYS AID WATER MANAGEMENT

 

32 COUNTY REPORTS GUIDE LOCAL DEVELOPMENTS

 

33 THE FINEST THING THAT WE CAN DO

 

34 December, 1963 THE BIG FLOW

 

35 December, 1964 Six artices of a news feature series on the State Water Project.

 

1964, THE YEAR OF CONSTRUCTION

 

WATER FOR THE NEXT GENERATION

 

THE BIG TEHACHAPI LIFT

 

A MASTER DRAIN, A PERIPHERAL CANAL

 

EARTHQUAKES POSE A PROBLEM

 

A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE

 

36 January, 1966 CALIFORNIA COMMANDS HER WATER DESTINY

 

A series of eight articles prepared for publication in California newspapers.

 

WE CALIFORNIANS WHO BUILT THE GREAT DAM

 

THE 1990 QUESTION

 

THE DESALTERS ARE COMING

 

WORKING TOGETHER FOR WATER

 

TAME WATER AND WILD LAND

 

IN THE SHADOW OF A DAM

 

A FRINGE WATER BENEFIT

 

THE SEA AND THE SURF

 

37 THE STATE WATER PROJECT IS UNIFYING CALIFORNIA November, 1966

 

A Series of twelve articles prepared for publication in California newspapers.

 

ON THE DOWNHILL PULL

 

MORE FUN AT THE DAMS

 

IS MINIMUM STANDARD GOOD ENOUGH?

 

BOLDLY INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

 

STATE WATER PROJECT A UNIFYING FORCE

 

THE EVER-FULL AQUEDUCT OF THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

THE HIDDEN RESOURCE -- GROUND WATER

 

POWER FOR THE STATE WATER PROJECT

 

UP AND OVER THE MOUNTAINS

 

DESALTING -- AND AFTERWARD

 

FEDERAL-STATE COORDINATION

 

THE WESTERN STATES WATER COUNCIL