Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 5, 1973 · Page 6
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PAGE * T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N . i MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1973 I ANDYCAPP .~ t VOU LUNCH HOUR* UP AN 1 1 KNOW ©U LIKE TO If BiHCO Panel abashed by bombing Nixon no favorite lor peace prize OSLO (UPI) --.President dinavia gave him little or no States from the' Indochina coh- Nixon is a candidate" for the chance to win. flict by tlie-time jthe Nonve" : 1973 Nobel ; Peace Prize, but Even if the President corn- gian Parliament's Nobel Com- politic'al sources in Scan- . pletely disengages the United mittee picks tlie.'winner^in No- Reports, Forecasts D«f* From NATIONAL WEATH£H SERVICE NO*A, U.S. Opt. ol Commerce Fif WW S « w Uw Until tt»*tday JMomiiifl l»c«l ···*» tocipitali** N«t -- AP Wlrtotiolo Warm and mild Continued mild weather was forecast for the Southwest, and a warming trend was expected to continue in the -Southeast. Nocthernjstates were bracing for a cold spell. Rain was predicted for most of California. Tucson Temperatures Highest temp, yesterday . . 7 4 Highest temp, year ago ... 70 High'record for date 1963.. 82 Low temp/yesterday 39 Low temp, year ago 46 Low record for date 1955 .. 21 Mean temp, yesterday .... 57 Mean temp, year ago ..... 58 Normal temp, this date . . . 5 1 . Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday 22 Forecasts Tucson and Southeast Arizona -- Periods of rain over the area tonight and tomorrow. Low tonight 40s. High tomorrow 55 to 65. Phoenix Area -- Chance for a few sprinkles of rain tonight and showers likely tomorrow. A little cooler tomorrow. High in the upper 60s. Overnight lows near 50. Northwest Arizona -- Increasing clouds tonight with scattered showers developing tomorrow. Low tonight 40s. High tomorrow 50s. Southwest Deserts -- A few sprinkles of rain southeast section tonight. Widely scattered showers all sections tomorrow. Low tonight 45 to 55. High tomorrow mid 60s. Central Basins, Yavapai Verde Section -- Increasing clouds tonight with scattered showers developing tomorrow. Low tonight 35 to 45. High tomorrow 50s. Central Basins, Gila Green- MOON OUARTM MOON QUARTER Humidity 5 a.m. today Barometer range .30.17-30.05 Sunset today..,...; 1 6:01 p.m; Sunrise tomorrow ., 7:14 a.m. Moonset tonight.'.... 8:39'p.'m. First quarter ......".'. Feb. 10 Arizona Regulus in the east at moonset and high in south at mid- ·night. Saturn high overhead at moonset. Mars rises at 4:21 a.m. Jupiter rises at 6:23 a.m. Venus follows Jupiter. Rainfall 1973 to date' .:\.06 1972 to date '. .00 Norm, to^date. 97 Last rain Jan. 31,1973 .... .01 mwu · mmi. . MUM Ice Section -- Light rain developing tonight, increasing tomorrow. Low tonight 40s. High tomorrow upper 50s. Grand Canyon, Mogollon Rim -- Considerable cloudiness and a little cooler tomorrow with scattered showers by afternoon. Snow level 8,000 feet. Low tonight 25 to 35. High tomorrow 40 to 55. White Mountains -- Snow level near 8,000 feet. Increasing rain and snow tomorrow. Low tonight 30s. High tomorrow 40s. Northeast Plateau, Little Colorado Valley -- Cloudy and mild tomoirow with chance for a few light showers by evening. High in the 50s and low 60s. Low tonight 30s. Temperatures Bisbee G9 46 T 53 24 .. 72 38 .. 64 32 .. 73 47 T 42 15 .. G9 44 .. 68 34 43 13 59 33 .. Can De Chelly Coolidge Cottomvood ... Douglas Flagstaff Ft. Huachuca ... Globe Grand Canyon .. Kingman McNary 50 27 Nogales ' . . 7 2 40 Phoenix 72 46 Prescott 54 23 Safford 68 33 Show Low 53 32 Tucson 74 45 Winslow 65 26 Yuma 72 49 The U.S., Mexico and Canada National Data for 24 hours ending at 5:00 a.m. STATION 24-Hr. 12-Hr. 24-Hr. Max. Min. Prco. Albuquerque . . . 55 31 Atlanta 62 34 Billings 38 31 Bismarck 31 20 Boise 47 39 .0 Boston 42 35 Buffalo 36 26 Casper,Wyo. ... 40 30 Charlotte 60 36 Chicago 53 36 Cincinnati 53 28 Cleveland 49 35 Denver 52 27 DesMoines 44 35 Detroit 48 32 El Paso 75 47 Ft. Worth Honolulu Indianapolis :. Kansas City ... Las Vegas .... Little Roclc.... Los Angeles ... Memphis Miami Beach . Minneapolis ... New Orleans .. New York Oklahoma City Omaha Philadelphia .. Pittsburgh . . . . Portland, Me. . Portland, Ore. Rapid City .... St. Louis Salt Lake City 80 47 81 62 56 35 58 33 64 33 71 39 63 60 .0 63 47 70 64 39 22 70 47 47 40 68 39 , 42 31 49 33 47 32 41 32 47 31 45 19 65 38 39 20 vember, the 'sources- Scandinavians would 'hot 'accept him. : : ; '"'.'C-:.:,l ,- "I consider it very unlikely 'that Nixon .has a chance-to /win: the : award,'^ one parlia- toentary sbiirce'said. ':;; ;,: There was no 'official reaction:; to-the".Nixon candidacy. Neither liaase Lionaes, chairman of-the, Norwegian Nobel Committee, nor Premier Lars KorvaldV "office would com. mfint;^embers of the' parlia- :-ment : ; ;haye ejcpressed ds- satisf action with U.S. Vietnam policy several times. x In December, all political pai'ties jointly criticized Nixon for renewing, the bombing north of the 20th Parallel in North Vietnam^ '^' ·· ' ; ^These same"; parliamenta- rians'will pick the peace prize winner later : this year. Sources close to the Nobel committee said the unidentified Republican congressmen, U.S. diplomats and U.S. representatives who nominated Nixon at the Inter- '.parliamentary.Union cited Ms · : trips ,to Moscow and Peking and his efforts in nuclear disarmament .talks. But the sources said the non-Socialist government here has: made it. clear it does not thiiik" the time right for Nixon to visit, Norway if he tours western Europe, as he reportedly plans. , "The general resentment over Nixon's renewed bombing of North Vietnam in, December," one source saidj "as well as the. fact that the government has told the Americans that Nixon would not be welcome here, seems to indicate that he is not seen here as a particularly peace-furthering politician." Billboards again face Congress 'War' is not really finished WASHINGTON (U ; PI) Congress is readying itself for another battle this week over billboards -- a war it supposedly won seven years ago. The Senate Public Works Committee opens hearings Wednesday on a federal aid highway bill introduced by Sen. Lloyd M. Bentsen, D- Tex., which.will include $65 million in funds for billboard removal. The administration is expected to introduce its own bill shortly, Transportation Department sources said. It will ask $50 million for billboard removal. The lawmakers have been squabbling over billboards since 1965 when the Highway Beautification Act was passed calling for the removal of 800,000 signs along 250,000 miles of federal aid highways. So far, only 85,000 signs have come down, the Federal Highway Administration's chief of scenic enhancement, George F. Mclnturff, said. ; Under the beautlficatton bill, the government was to pay 75 per cent of the cost of removing the billboards, and the state 25 per cent; But Congress did not put iip any funds for five years to carry out the act, a delay critics credited to the billboard lobby. ; The individual states also showed little inclination to support the billboard program until Transportation Secretary John V. Volpe launched an all- out campaign to win compliance by threatening to withhold highway aid funds to states which failed to comply.. 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