Friday, Aug. 9 — There have been several articles published regarding the drought which New Mexico is experiencing at this time and about the short water supply of various towns. “The mountain streams in northeastern New Mexico are very low,” Elmer L. Kaemper, division manager of Public Service Company of New Mexico states. “The Gallinas River is no exception. It is very low, but due to the foresight of Public Service Company officials, two additional wells were drilled in the Taylor well field this spring and other facilities were added. The wells in Taylor well field now are capable of producing approximately 2,300,000 gallons of water per day.