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« Valley weather j Today's Weather The Idaho Free Press The News-Tribune, Saturday, February 21.197S-5 30.J4 BOISE - »*ather is li through Ihis Jie last several days a -----a westerly flow of moist air nas been passing over Ihe Gem pneralJtco.atVev ireme northern regions and rather mild in the south Now [he strong westerly now is ^ginning to shift south allowing colder air to settle into the Snak? River Valley. Also, the precipitation pattern which gave moderate amounts of ram and snow to northern areas has shifted south where precipitation has fallen in Boise Pocatcllo and Idaho Falls. This rain will change to snow in mosl areas later today. By afternoon snow showers were expected over most of the state. Snow showers will decrease or end on Sunday. High temperatures for today were reached this morning. Tonight partial clearing in the north will allow readings to dip lo near ten above zero in snow- covered areas while the more cloudy lower southern valleys will cool to the teens and twenties. On Sunday afternoon most areas wll range from the mid-20s to about 40Tlegrees in the warmer western valleys. Cold but dry weather is predicted for Monday but possible warming and precipitation is expected by mid-week Public enemies SAN FRANCISCO IUPI) The Council of California Growers has publicized a "ten most wanted" list in which it names the Mediterranean fruit- fly as public enemy number one. The Oriental" fruitfly is number two. and the sugarcane rootslalk borer is in third place. Selected stocks EPA reports leaks of nuclear wastes NEW VOHK [UPD - Prices closed broadly lower Friday for (he second consecutive day in active trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Shortly before the close, the Dow Jones industrial average was off 6,22 poinls lo 972.61. ll nail boon oft II points earlier In the session. The closely watched average, which had touched the 990 level three consecutive days, plunged 15.74 points Thursday after it failed to crack the 1,000 level. The profil taking was broactliased. Declines led declines by about a five-to- two margin, among the 1,892 issues crossing the tape. Turnover amounted (o around 26,!Hfl,000 shuns., down from the 3-1,320,000 traded Thursday. Prices were lower in active trading on the American Slock Kxchange. Mosi analysis said in light of the unprecedented new year rally, a period of consolidation was overdue.' Mosi fell the market would regroup and launch another attack on the Dow 1,000. Selling accelerated during (he afternoon as shorl-term money instrument rates rose sharply and Hie Federal Reserve Board failed to lake any action lo drive Ihem down SOME SNO\V is likely lonighl over pans of Ihe upper Wssissippl Valley and the Great Lakes region, while rain is lorecasl for the upper California area. Elsewhere, mostly fan weather should prevail. Albany Albuquerque Atlanta Bakersfield Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Caldwell Charlotte Chicago Cincinnali Cleveland Dallas Denver Des Moines Delroit Eureka Fairbanks Fresno Helena Honolulu Indianapolis Kansas City Las Vegas" Los Angeles Louisville Memphis High 55 05 74 08 44 52 G3 80 50 GO 70 08 67 64 79 61 62 63 57 13 68 39 81 68 72 70 7-1 70 76 Low 32 SI IS 53 12 39 36 55 37 39 34 38 40 44 50 23 33 3C 43 -15 K 26 65 « 44 45 49 45 47 Miami Milwaukee Minneapolis Nampa New Orleans Mew York North Plalte Oakland Oklahoma City Omaha Palm Springs Paso Robles Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Porlland, Me. Portland, Ore. Rapid City Red Bluff Reno Richmond, Va. Sacramento St. Louis Sal) Lake City San Diego San Francisco Seattle Spokane Thermal Washington 77 B5 49 58 . 75 U7 B7 G2 81 75 82 70 69 80 60 57 49 49 63 G! 74 72 77 SI 70 63 44 42 83 71 68 31 25 3B « 40 18 53 52 28 48 41 41 51 48 25 37 30 53 47 40 54 47 38 51 51 32 28 52 44 Classmate addresses sought NAMPA -- Organizers of an upcoming reunion of the Xampa High School Class of 1946 are searching for current addresses of a number of class members. Anyone who has any information about Iho following individuals is asked to contact Charlene Shroll Baltzor, 4G6- 7386. or Marjorio AnkctoH Williams. 466-2962. . Addresses are needed for: Beverly Baer Dei met 1 (Mrs. Curl); Eileen Snyder Pardini: Eddie Hrubakcr: Erica Jones Crikman; Betty Erickson Rucker; George Galloway: Vivian fiott Peer: Robert Grim: John Burke Hotter: Vern Martin: Rudy Maucher Vogl: Thomas Nyhus; Betty Powell Coin: Edward Miyoshi; Genevieve MoEyka; ' Jack Murray: Charlotte Hemp Seydel: Albert V. Ronrinc; Robert L. Salern; George Sparks: Myron Abbott; LaVerle Ltowman: Darro Ann Barnes Prestridge; and Donna Jean Snvder Dick. 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The General Accounting Office made Hie I'stimale Monday lo u House siitjcoininittcp (hat's Irving lo figure how best to dispose of low-level radioacthc wastes from nm-lear energy. The Mnviromneiilal Protet-- lion Agency lold Ihe subcwn- inillce ratlioactivity lins i-j-fapfd from snrne larul disposal silos. When Hie Muxey Mills site in KenltK'ky and Hie West Valley silt 1 in NVv. York wore chosen in the l%ds ;is mitieiir waste burial t!voiu:iiN. KI'A official W.IX llo\sc Mini ii was believed Iliat the wastes would be retained Ihere for ''hundreds of years." "In 10 years or less, however, radioactivity has been detected off-site," he said. This has yet lo damage Ihe public health, Howe said, but the present waste in landfills "is minuscule compared to the amount expected by the year 2000." The present shallow surface burial system "cannot bq considered a disposal alterna- live for Jong-lived wastes," Rove said. He said federal agencies must develop belter criteria for choosing sites, and determining whether institutions, in and out of government, "are capable of providing the perpetual care and management of the disposal Auxiliary sponsors Historical Tuesdays BOISE-The Idaho Historical Auxiliary lias announced sponsorship of a series of "Historical Tuesdays in March." These programs, said a spokesman for Ihe society, will Icalurc Arthur A. Hart, director of die Idaho Historical Society, in four entertaining and in- formaliveilluslraled talks in the historical museum in Julia Davis Park in Boise. On March 2 the lopic «-ill be "Lost Idaho." a Riccnlennial look ai Idaho's architectural heritage. March 9 will offer "Hack East" a tour of historic America and Ihe origins of Idaho's settlers. "Vive La Difference" on March 16 will present the women in Idaho history (and the men they made history with). March 23 will see "New View of Old Idaho," showing recently discovered treasures from Idaho allies and (he stories they (ell. Admission to the series will be by $3 donalion or single programs for (1 each. Tickets may be ordered now and picked up at the door by sending a 'check payable lo Idaho Historical Auxiliary, and ypur name and address to: Idpho Historical Sociely, 610 N. Julia Davis Dr., Boise, Id. 83706., ATTENTION ONION SEED GROWERS We are now contracting lor Hybrid and pollinated onion seed. This is a seed to. seed program for the crop year of 1977. 1 Interested growers please contact. ' C BarC. Inc. ( P.O. Box 1059 ·· Caldwell, Idaho or phone 459-6783 evenings.' I DAY! IN THE CALDWELL ARMORY THE I.D.'s FABRI MANY PRICES HA ME BEEN REDUCED AGAIN! THOUSANDS OF YARDS OF FABRICS REDUCED FROM 33'/ 3 TO 70% HURRY TO THE CALDWELL ARMORY SUNDAY FROM 11 a.m. to 6 p.m, FOR THE LAST DAY OF THIS GREAT SALE OF FABRICS, NOTIONS, PATTERNS FROM TWO LARGE WEST COAST STORES. HERE ARE JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OFTHESAVIHGS 99« SOLID AND FANCY POLYESTER - REG. 4.98 . TTT YD. SEWING NOTIONS AND PATTERNS ... 50% Off LARGE SELECTION OF REMNANTS .... 75% OFF PERMA PRESS PRINTS - REG. 99' . . . . Q9 YD. V.I.P. BLOUSE PRINTS - REG. 2.60 f YD. AND MORE FREE COFFEE FREE COKE ' PLENTY OF FREE PARKING AT THt CALOWIU ARMORY

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