Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 1976 · Page 6
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P\GE 6 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1976 f Weather Reports 1 \_ D«U lumiihM by N»tioml wmmr Service I Temperatures TltCSOH j Force as I (or Tucson and vicinity: tfxne cloudiness but mostly sunny today fnd tomorrow. glenest lemp. yesterday 60 J oh«l lemo. year aoo 67 Ml9h record lor date 1951 86 bow temp, yesterday 47 *ow temp, year aoo 40 low record (or dale 1965 24 Mean lemo. yesterday 54 «ean rernp. year aoo 54 formal lemp. this date S3 numidltv 5 D.m. yesterday 44 rtumidltV 5 a.m. today vj ")ME T *~" TM.~ -- - _. "* NEWT FIRST FULL LAST MOON QUARTER MOON Q U A R T E R Sunset today 6:05 cm. Sunrise tomor row 7:na.m. Moonset tomorrow 4:30 a.m. Full moon Feb. 15 The planet Venus rises al 5:32 a.m. ana it (s now followed by a dimmer Mercury. Mercury Is now a little nearer the Harth than Mars (and also nearer the Earth than Venus). Rainfall . . 9AROMETER RANGE 30.0r-30.z4 Feb. 29 Mir. i Frt. 15 Feb. 22 1976 to date 1975 to date Normal to dale Last rain Feb. 10, 1976 Arizona Blsbee Coolldge cottonwood Dowlas Flaeslatf Phoenix High Low PC. 51 J2 .25 67 52 53 39 65 .03 .16 .06 Ft. Huacnuca Globe Grand Canyon Kinsman Nooales Page Pavson 54 57 4) 53 59 S3 49 39 34 23 34 38 34 25 .00 Prescolt -- Sattord -- Sedona -- Show Low -- Tucson -- Wlnslow .02 Yuma 46 58 52 42 40 49 70 23 33 31 23 (1 23 50 The U.S., Mexico and Canada DATA FOR 24 HOURS ENDING AT 5:00 A.M. Station Albuquerque . Anchorage Atlanta Billings Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo G«sper, wvo. Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Dallas-Ft. Worth Denver Oes Molnes Detroit El Paso Honolulu Indianapolis Kansas City L-as Vegas Little Rock Los Anaeles Memphis Miami Beach, Fla. Minneapolis New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Max. 50 4 70 44 38 42 48 53 33 67 58 65 53 81 56 51 49 66 78 61 70 57 75 62 72 68 40 73 45 73 15 30 39 35 19 51 33 38 35 56 25 69 32 32 40 46 47 51 59 M 50 40 43 Omaha Philadelphia Plttsburoh Portland, Me. Portland, Ore. Rapid city St. Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Wichita Car test warning voiced Akers advises against repeal PHOENIX {AP) - If Arizonans do away with new auto emissions tests, they'll face even greater government controls and sanctions, warns House Speaker Stan Akers, R- Phoenix. The emissions law, effective last month, requires Pima and Maricopa County motorists to pay $5 for a test before they can register their vehicles. The vehicles need not pass, but many drivers are irate over the charge and inconvenience. Akers, who previously had taken no position on a House move to repeal the law, told a GOP luncheon group: "! think to go in and repeal the emission program would be a tragedy for Arizona. "The (U.S.) Environmental Protection Agency and Mr. Train (Russeil Train, EPA director) are waiting for us to do away with the program. They're poised on Arizona's border, ready to come in and tell us what to do." To rid themselves of the cmmissions program, property taxpayers probably would have to pay an additional 20 cents per $100 assessed valuation to pay off a $10.4 million contract with the testing firm, Hamilton Test Systems Inc., Akers said. Hearse wasn't needed SINGAPORE (UPI) --Chan Moey rushed into her blazing apartment building to the hiding place where she kept her life savings. But she didn't run out. The 77-year-old grandmother was trapped by a circle of roaring flames. Heat from the three-hour fire was so fierce that firemen were unable to approach the three-story building. Police summoned a hearse to take away what they knew could only be the woman's charred remains. When the embers had cooled, they began their search and found her crouching in a kitchen unhurt. She told firemen she had prayed a great deal. Start now! Get your kids started in the KclloggV Stick Up (or Breakfast Contest. 42 50 39 TO 15 59 62 56 69 21 24 38 37 31 26 36 13 S3 a 41 33 36 £dm nton Montreal Ottawa Retiina Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver 2i 34 19 -30 .35 30 .46 34 30 :« 43 28 32 -13 .05 -- Calgary CANADA 36 23 MEXICO (weather at 9 a.m. today) Temp Sky Hermosillo 50 partly cloudy Guavmas 59 parity cloudy Mazatlan 61 clear Mexico City 46 clear ·TM Elton John biggest earner - LONDON (AP) -- Singer their fame, the London Daily -- Elton John was named today Mail reported. In the past 14 - as the biggest earner in pop months, more than $60 million _ music history. has been paid for his records .01 John is grossing more than / a n d admissions to his con- The Beatles at the height of certs, the newspaper said. ANNOUNCING THE GALA TOWELS MAKERS CHOICE DESIGN COLLECTION, 18 COLOR/DESIGN COMBINATIONS TO CHOOSE FROM. REDEEM THIS COUPON AND MAKE YOUR CHOICE AMONG 18 COLORS/DESIGNS 150 OFF ON TWO PACKAGES OF GALA TOWELS tffl CEAJ.EP R«ee-n 1M5ccupwi i^aecordax*«UMhe terms ol Uiiso11er Send coupon l o A V E F l C A N CAM COWPASY. 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"We must depend upon local resources, for the United States can help us only so far and, as I read it, the basic policy of the United States is not to continue with military aid to countries like the Philippines," Marcos said in a speech. Hospital funding included Supervisors approve bonds sale The Board of Supervisors has authorized the sale of $13 million in bonds next month to provide funding for several projects, including the Kino Community Hospital and construction of a sewage treatment plant. The largest single allocation is $4.8 million to help fund construction of the $24 million Kino Community Hospital, to be completed this fall. Approximately $6 million also was authorized for county sewer projects, primarily for construction of the North Side Ina Road sewage treatment plant, a $27 million project that is to receive 75 per cent backing with federal funds. As a result, the bulk of the $6 million will be returned to the county coffers when some of the federal reimbursement is received by county officials. Other approved projects for the remainder of 1976 include jail rennovations, $321,500; government substations, including sheriff's offices, for Marana and an East Side location, $585,000; improvements for the North Side Arthur Pack Regional Park, $811,000, and the county fairgrounds at S. Houghton Road., $121,000. Of 36 projects originally set to begin in fiscal 1974-75 and fiscal 1975-76 as part of a $63.3 million bond package, 25 will be completed within the current calendar year, according to County Manager Kenneth S. Scharman. "Naturally, money is not going as far as originally planned in 1973," Scharman said. "But I feel we are essentially on target overall on the bond package." Red dye use is extended WASHINGTON · (AP) -Manufacturers of food, cosmetics and drugs who rely on Red Dye No. 2 to color their products can continue to use the coloring while a federal court decides if the Food and Drug Administration can ban it from the market. The U.S. Court of Appeals continued its stay of the FDA's plan to ban Red No. 2, used to color such things as hot dogs, lipstick, soft drinks and vitamin tablets. KRESGE'S A D V E R T I S E D MERCHANDISE POLICY intention it 10 h*v ·vfry tdvtdiied in llock on our lh*ty« H in *d»rtiMl ltm .| rw tijJtbJi lor purchne dui to *ny unfoieittn IM Kr. Krtivc'i will niut »RiinCh«ck en i«qu«it lo (hi mtrchi nditt to bt purthjml it the »! ptic HATCHE Misses Pre-Washed DENIM JEANS BOYS' DENIMS MEN'S OR BOYS' UNDERWEAR Kresge's Sole Price -- 4 Days Only Our Reg. 2.58 4 Days Only Boxer-waist jeans in permanent press cotton denim. Red, navy or light blue. Sizes 2 to 4. Save. 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