Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 10, 1976 · Page 7
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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY U), 1976 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Facility near New York Temperatures Highest temo. yesterday Highest lemp. year ago Hloli record lor dale I9S4 Low temp, yesterday Low temp, year ago Low record lor date I9* Mean lemp. yesterday Mean lemp year ago Normal temp. this date Humidity 5 D.m. veslcrday Humidity 5 a.m. today BAROMET6R RANGE Tucs on Sunset lodav a:QSpm Sunns* tomorrow 7-11 am Moonset tomorrow 3:Na.m. The moon rides high tonight and forms a triangle with Mars and Elnaih, seond brightest star ol Taurus Mars is about as million miles from the Earth tonight and its light now lakes a tinle over seven minutes to reach the Earlh. Rainfall Mar 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 1976 lo sale 1975 to date Normal to date Last rain Fee 9 Arizona Blsbee Canyon de Chellv Coolldge Cotlonwood Douglas Flagsiafl High Low PC. Ft. Kuachuca 67 58 Kinonian McNarv Nogales Pavson Phoenix Prescott .51 .82 1.12 .78 1,52 .33 .68 Saltord Scotlsdale Sedona StiowLow Tucson Winslow Yuma 69 50 45 71 53 70 49 .37 ·W ,30 Jl .38 34 1.20 50 .19 34 J7 ·48 .04 The U.S., Mexico and Canada DATA FOR 24 HOURS E N D I N G AT 5:00 A.M. Station Albuauerque Anchoraoe Atlanta Billings Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo Casper, Wvo. Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas-Ft. Worth Denver Oes Moines Detroit El Paso Honolulu Max. Min.P 69 JS ft) -13 30 19 26 ·a 51 41 49 K M 48 61 38 75 80 40 30 62 Indianapolis Kansas City Las Vegas LillleRock Los Angeles Memphis Miami Beach, Fla. Minneapolis New Orleans New York Oklahoma Cilv Omaha Philadelphia Pittsburgh Portland, Me Portland. Ore RaoidCilv Salt Lake Cilv San Diego San Francisco Seattle Spokane Tampa 63 62 72 56 69 68 46 57 36 30 55 45 56 58 47 40 66 57 47 59 50 56 54 31 48 27 60 30 23 26 09 36 31 32 54 48 39 26 39 Washington w I chi la 27 -55 -- Calgary Edmonton Montreal S rtawa eoma Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver CANADA 36 34 27 30 43 16 -02 12 16 16 25 12 3V MEXICO (weather alf a.m. today) Temp Sky Hermositlo 50 cloudy Guavrnas 64 cloudy Rocky Poinl 59 clear Three sentenced in theft Three persons have been sentenced to jail terms after pleading guilty to reduced charges in connection with a $5,500 robbery at the home of a Tucson jeweler last year. Michelle Monk, 24, of 3201 E. 29th St., was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Ben C. Birdsall to one to two years in Arizona State Prison on a charge of grand theft. Paula Ann Dotson, 25, of 3201 E. 29th St., received a sentence of six months in Pima County Jail on a charge of petty theft. Ronald Gentry, 22, (no address available) was sentenced to two and one-half years probation with one year in Pima County Jail for attempted second-degree burglary. Still awaiting sentencing on guilty pleas lo charges of grand theft are former University of Arizona football player Vincent Phason, 22, and 32-year-old Melvin Edwards. The five were arrested and charged with grand theft while armed, three counts of armed robbery and armed burglary in a robbery at the apartment of Herbert L. Silverberg at 5954 E. Grant Road, on Jan. 22, 1975. HOCKEY, has the way to his heart Lots of gifi ideas for your Valentine . . . shown, RAC° T-shirt . .7.50 "Lion" brief, gift boxed . . . 3.50 "Lion" boxer short in beating heart box . . . $5 3400 E. SPEEDWAY WEEKDAYS 'TIL 9 · SAT. 10-6 · SUN. 1 2-5 You ore specie Yes, you. You have a sure sense of what you want, and you like finding it all in one place. You like . f no-hassle shopping. You ^. recognize a good value, like a group of famous brand coordinating leisure jackets, slacks and shirts. on sale M J /3 off HO CENTER ^--' n vaMSDOCi 3400 L SPEEDWAY · WEEKDAYS 10-0.BSAT. A-plant called potential disaster NEW YORK (UP!)-A Con Edison atomic power plant near New York City is "an accident waiting to happen" and could be the world's largest peacetime catastrophe if faulty steam equipment explodes says a nuclear safety engineer. "If I had the authority, I would require Indian Point No. 2 to shut down," Robert D. Pollard, a project manager for the Federal Nuclear Regulator Commission saici yesterday. "To me, Indian Point 2 is an accident waiting to happen." Pollard told a news confer- ence there was no danger of an atomic explosion at the plant at Buchanan, N.Y., about 30 miles north of New York City in Westchesler County. But he said the facility's poor design and construction have created the high risk of a steam explosion that could release fissionable products into the atmosphere. "It would be a catastrophic accident larger than anything else that has occurred in peacetime," Pollard said. "What we're talking about is the radioactive contamination of hundreds of square m,iles and thousands of deaths." Pollard, 36, an electrical engineer who has supervised safety evaluations of seven nuclear plants, announced his resignation, effective Feb. 13, to protest alleged federal suppression of the potential dangers. He said he would take a post with a Massachusetts Research Group. "I believe U.S. regulatory commission have routinely concealed the existence of major safety problems," Pollard said. "I cannot in good conscience r e m a i n s i l e n t about the perils of the count r y ' s nuclear power p r o gram." The Indian Point complex consists of three nuclear power plants, No. 1 and No. 2, which are owned by Con Ed, and plant No. 3, which the State Power Authority bought from the utility last year for $394 million and expects 10 put into operation by this summer. PACK 9 *· is a member tnereot ana entitled to vote "3 * t a-***********************.********* PA»CHIN*KO FUN FOR ALL AGES SPECIAL $29.95 61 6 N. Stone 5775 E. Broadway ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERSHIP [Election of Directors, Reports) UNITED WAY -- TUCSON ARIZONA 3:30 p.m. Thursday March 18, 1976 Community Services Building 3833 E. Second Street Anyone who donated to the United Way in the fall of 1 975 is a member thereof and entitled to vote. * * * * * f * jf * * )*- ROSE TENNANT, M.D. announces the opening of ;m o f f i c e for the practice of INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE limited to Gnneral Counseling. Hypnosis, ami Biofeedback 704 N. C o u n t r y Club Road Tuoson. 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