Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 12, 1976 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Proper look aids begging TUCSON Temperatures · Highest temp, yesterday · Highest temp, year ago · High record lor date 1951 . Low temp, yesterday , Low temp, year ago . Low record tor date 1M5 ( Mean femp. vesferrfav Mean temp, year ago fc Normal temp. Ihls date · Humidity $ p.m. yesterday · Humidity 5 a.m. today . BAROMETER RANGE Tucson 6 06 Dm ° : ' FULL MOON Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow / - i u a m Moprstl lomorrow 5 : I B a m Full moon Feta is -PROMINENT CONSTELLATION Orion hloh in soulh at a-.nom VISIBLE PLANETS LAST - Mars hloh above Orion. Juoller low In O U A S T E R "«l «1 lonoprn Saturn hl ? h overhead Rainfall Fee. 29 Mar. 9 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Arizona 1976 to dale 1975 to dale Normal lo dale Lust rain Feb. 11 .59 .36 1.0? .13 8isbee Coftonwood Douelas FlaostaH High Low PC. 56 40 ,20 70 47 ,01 a 48 ,11 43 29 T .12 Prtscott -- SaWord -- Sedona .05 snow Low -- Tucson .02 Wlnslow T Yuma SEATTLE (AP) - Panhandling, a hitherto largely self- taught art, is most successful when the panhandler adopts a submissive, stoop-shouldered attitude, a university research project shows. That's hardly news, veteran panhandlers might respond. The University of Washington project, employing college students in search of 10-cent. contributions from a variety of persons, also found its ersatz beggers were most successful when they approached diners. "Target individuals who were eating often offered some of their food to the pan- handier," a report published in the Jan. 30 issue of Science magazine said. "The common practice among humans of trading resources may have its origin in primitive food- sharing tendencies." In general, the report showed that one-third to one- half of those approached made a contribution. However, "families and male-female pairs were resistant to panhandling," the research team reported. IT RAINS IN FEB: Better Call NCW! Feb. 1891 -- 3.28 inches Feb. 1905 -- 4 . 1 5 inches Feb. 1931 --2.95 inches Feb. 1966 -- 2.79 inches Rainfall record U of A station P.L. Daily ROOFING CO. 622.8844 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1976 PHOCNIX I MESA ROOM ADDITIONS ALBRITE INC. LICENSED AND BONDED GENERAL I CONTRACTORS 1160N. CRAYCROFT ALSO BEMOOMS FAMILY ROOMS REMODELING KITCHENS PATIO COVERS SCREEN ROOMS H O L B R O O [ARIZONA'S LARGEST REMODELERl The U.S., Mexico and Canada DATA FOR 24 HOURS ENDING AT 5:00 A.M. station Albuquerque Anchorage Atlanta Sllllnos Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo Casper, Wvo Charlotte Chicaco Cincinnati Cleveland Oallas-Ft. Worth Denver Des Wolnes Ma«. Min.Prec. 53 32 - 31 36 3! 22 33 j) H 2J 24 SB 31 Delrolt El Paso Honolulu Indianapolis Kansas Cltv Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles Memphis Miami Beach, Fla. Minneapolis New Orleans New York Oklahoma Cltv Omaha Philadelphia Pittsburgh Portland, Me Portland, Ore Rapid Cilv St. Louis Salt Lake Citv San Dleco San Francisco Seattle Spokane Tampa Washington Wichita CANADA No information available. MEXICO (weather at 9 a.m. today) Temp SKv Hermoslllo 52 parllv cloudv Guavmas 53 parllv cloudi Rocky Point 55 partly ctoudv Baby lives, beats long odds PHILADELPHIA (AP) Christopher J. Wall, a 91/2- pound infant bom with his heart outside his body, has made medical history. Christopher now is six months old. Never before had any child with a similar condition survived more than two days. Unprecedented surgery performed a few hours after Chris' birth moved his tiny heart into a temporary location under the skin of his chest. Belgian primate receives prize NEW YORK (AP)_ Joseph Cardinal Suenens, Roman Catholic primate of Belgium and a widely influential leader in church reforms, renewal and Christian unity, has been named recipient of the $80,000 Templeton Foundation Prize for progress in religion. In choosing Cardinal Sue- nens for the 1976 award, the foundation judges said he had made "an outstanding contribution in conveying to modern man the relevance of religion in an age of confusion and doubt." FAMILY MART 1302 E. PRINCE RD. atN. MOUNTAIN AVE YOU'LL LIKE SHOPPING HERE NATURAL FOODS FROM CO-OPS ,fflS. TO YOU tJRGANIC (TO COOK CEREAL) RYE FLAKES OR *HEAT FLAKES Ofl* Zll 1DR. BRONNER (CORN SNACKS; 'PKt IDR.BRONNER _ n [SESAME CHIPS 5 9; ISESAME 'Jft EEDS lor, [ORGANIC DRIED FIGS LB. 99' H.ind blown cryst.il bud vd w i t h sterling silver base. 10" high. 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