Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 24
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Complete weather 0m Fr*A V.I WIAWM MMU AP Wlrephoto Map TODAY'S WEATHER — Rain and showers are forecast for some midwestern and southern states. Sunny and mild or warmer weather is in prospect for most of the rest of the nation. SUN-MOON DATA Sun rises today at 6:12 a.m., sets 6:50 p.m.; moon rises at 9:25 p.m., sets 7:08 a.m. MOON PHASIS Tucson Williams Winslow Youngtown Yuma 79 60 59 32 64 43 81 54 79 61 Tr. Tr. (T Last 0 April t New April 14 D O 1st 0 Full April M M»y 1 ARIZONA Northeastern Plateau—Fair and mild today with increasing cloudiness and a little warmer tomorrow. Highs 5969, lows 25-40. North Central Mountains, M o g o 11 o n Rim and White Mountains—Fair and mild today with increasing cloudiness and a little warmer tomorrow. Highs 50-60, lows 2035. Southeastern Valleys—Fair today and tomorrow and mild temperatures. Highs 69-77, Lows 35-50. Western Valleys—Fair and mild today and tomorrow but increasing clouds and a little warmer tomorrow afternoon. Highs 69-79. Lows 3949. For later details on Phoenix weather call 273-7511. Phoenix Rainfall Since Jan. 1 .... .Average to date 2.71 inches 2.28 inches Weather for the 24 hours ended at 5 p.m. yesterday: H L Pn. ARIZONA Bisbee Buckeye Carefree Clifton Coolidge Douglas Flagstaff Ft. Huachuca Gila Bend Heber Kingman ,., Page Payson PHOENIX, Normal 79 85 82 79 80 80 46 74 79 64 63 58 58 79 79 Phx: South Mtn. 71 Pr&bott 59 Safford ' 76 Sedona 65 Show Low 58 56 57 52 56 56 54 — 35 .07 53 58 — 29 43 .04 54 — 46 — 61 — 46 57 38 Tr. 54 46 4? - United States Albany, N.Y. 47 20 Albuquerque 76 48 Amarillo 68 50 Anchorage 41 25 Asheville 76 46 Atlanta 83 51 Billings 59 39 Birmingham 83 49 Bismarck 42 30 Blythe 80 61 Boise 58 36 Boston 46 31 Brownsville 85 71 Buffalo. 44 24 Burlington, Vt. 34 18 Casper 67 37 Charleston, S.C. 80 63 Charlestn, WVa. 66 44 Charlotte, N.C. 78 57 Chicago 55 35 Cincinnati 64 41 Cleveland 51 27 Columbus, 0. 53 36 Denver 72 40 Des Moines 64 32 Detroit 49 25 Duluth 46 30 El Paso 82 56 Fairbanks 37 25 Fargo 45 31 Fort Worth 81 59 Great Falls 63 42 Helena 60 36 Honolulu 78 66 Houston 76 65 Indianapolis 63 43 Jackson, Miss. 84 58 Jacksonville 89 62 Juneau 47 30 Kansas City 67 37 Las Vegas 72 50 Little Rock 82 54 Los Angeles 68 53 Louisville 69 47 Memphis 82 59 Miami Beach 77 72 Midland, Tex. 72 55 Milwaukee 52 24 Mpls, St. Paul 48 32 Needles 79 60 New Orleans 80 65 New York 54 35 North Platte 75 42 Oklahoma City, 80 59 Omaha 61 35 Philadelphia 54 35 Pittsburgh 56 35 Portland, Me. 39 25 Portland, Ore. 55 35 Raleigh 74 50 Rapid City 78 43 Reno 60 30 Richmond 63 48 St. Louis 63 37 St Prbg-Tampa 86 68 Salt Lake City 57 . 43 San Antonio 81 66 San Diego 65 53 San Francisco 55 48 St Ste Marie 40 12 Seattle / 53 36 Shreveport 82 58 Spokane 50 36 Washington 59 43 Wichita 73 44 Tr. .02 .03 .28 .18 .10 .03 .02 Princess injured in two-story fall GENEVA (AP)-The newspaper Tribune de Geneve said yesterday that Princess Marie Beatrice, 25, daughter of ex- queen Marie Jose of Italy, fell out of the window of a private apartment in Geneva and suffered serious injuries. The Queen's lady in waiting denied first reports as untrue; then when they were published, declined any comment The Tribune de Geneva said Princess Beatrice fell out of the second-floor window of the apartment Sunday and was taken to Cantonal Hospital in a police ambulance with serious injuries. ' Canada Calgary 42 . 26 Edmonton 42 25 Montreal 31 14 Ottawa 36 12 Regina 35 25 Toronto 42 19 Winnipeg 37 29 Mexico Acapulco 82 75 Hermosillo 82 64 Mexico City 73 48 AUXILIARY LUNCHEON Mrs. James Boyd, national chairman of the women's auxiliary of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, will address a luncheon meeting of the regional section of the organization Wednesday in the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. by wind, rain Associated Press Thunder and windstorms, some bearing drenching rain, hit several areas of the nation yesterday. An intense disturbance that ranged between the Ozarks and western Kentucky and Tennessee soaked White Plains, Mo., near the Arkansas line, with more than an inch of rain in six hours. Winds were expected to reach gale force by last night, from North Head, Ore., to Port Angeles, Wash., as another storm system swept toward the northern Pacific Coast. Showers and mountain snow flurries were widespread from the intermotm- tain region into the Rockies. Locally heavy rains were expected to spread inland through the northwestern states last night and today. A system in Utah was expected to touch off additional 'storminess as it moves into the; south-central states at the same time. % Clear and cool weather continued over the Northeast. The afternoon temperature range was from 27 at Limestone, Maine, to 87 at Cross City, Fla. Lyndon Johnson's nephew held in store burglary PRINCETON, N.J. (UPI) — A nephew of former President Lyndon B. Johnson was arrested yesterday for allegedly breaking into a liquor store. Philip Chase Bobbitt, 21, a sophomore at Princeton and son of Johnson's sister, Rebecca, was charged with breaking, entering and larceny. Police Chief Peter J. McCrohan said Bobbitt and a companion threw a cinder block through the plate glass front door of Community Liquors, a store across the street from the campus, The crash of glass awoke a nearby resident who turned in the alarm, McCrohan said. When police arrived, according to McCrohan, they found Bobbitt and Gregory Treyerton, 22, of Denver, loading liquor bottles into two suitcases. Treverton also was charged with breaking and entering and larceny and both young men were released on $1,000 bond. Bobbitt is the son of Oscar P. Bobbitt, an executive at KTBC-TV in Austin which is owned by the Johnson family. MEMORIAL FOR IKE LONDON (UPI) -A memorial service for Dwight D. Eisenhower will be held in St. Paul's Cathedral April 14, it was announced Thursday. Phoenix, Frl., April 4, 1969 The Arizona Republic 13 PIMRTMENT STORES FREE! OUR BEST QUALITY PADDING With Your Carpeting Purchase IIMITIP t IMI Omni FRIDAY 8 SATURDAY ONLY! Your choice of any carpet in our stock! With your purchase of 30 or more yards of carpeting, at regular prices, we will include absolutely free, our best HEAVY DUTY PADDING! Offer Void Aft er Saturday, April 5 Installed Carpeting Prices Begin at sq. yd. MYDEN PLAZA EAST 1IV PHOENIX Scotlsdale Road at Curry HAYDEN PLAZA WEST w . Indian School at Grand [100% NEW MATERIALS USED IN EVERYTHING IN THIS STORE BEST VALUES IN TOWN 3 DAY SALE THURS. 1-9 FRI. 9:30-9:00 SAT. 9:30-5:30 niml SHOP featuring. .. UNIRoyal Koylon SPRJNG 4200 N. Central SLEEP 5PEC/AUSTS . & Laz-Boy Chairs 10 YEAR I GUARANTEE teMK& TOP QUALITY SPRING AIR MATTRESSES Firm Multi-Quilt King Mattress, 2 Box Springs. Reg. $219 —SALE • • wW Luxurious Multi-Quilt Posture Line Construction. Double Insulation. Twin or Full Set I Twin Long Boy I Queen Set Reg. $119 I Reg. $139 I Reg. $149 SALE $69.00 SALE $79.00 SALE $99.00 it"* DAY-NIGHT UNITS $ $219 Value Compact sofa-bed in choice of rich textures and colorful Scotchgard prints with fine Spring Air Mattress that sleeps two. Also available in Early American at $ 169. DELUXE FOUR-PIECE HOLLYWOOD DED SET • Mattress • Box Spring • Heavy-duty Frame • Deluxe WOODEN Headboard Be fr $l J 9 ALL 4 PIECES - SALE CHOICE OF WOODEN HEAD•CARDS walnut mapl* whit* birch i '--r~ : ~~.?v TRffl -HI SPECIAL PURCHASE this is th« finest buy you will ever make—limited quantities multi-quilt extra firm let. Controlled Contour Support. Sp Hurry. Long Boy S«t King Set Full or twin t«ti Queen Set Reg. $179 Reg. $269 Reg. $159 Reg..$199 *99 «.„ *169 s ,. *89 Sale Sal* *129 6" FOAM RUBBER FIRMNESS RECOMMENDED BY ORTHOPEDIC AUTHORITIES SinqU Reg. 139.95 Sal* 99.00 SET Full Six* Reg. 169.95 Sale 119.00 SET Queen Reg. 219.95 Sale 159.00 SET King Reg. 269.95 Sale 199.00 SET TRUNDLE BEDS REG. $219 SALE '149 Sleep-two studio. Easy pop up roll-out unit converts any room into a guest room. Two round COMPLETE bolsters, top coverlets. Choice of Deluxe wooden arm styles and many decorative covers. AS SHOWN CORNER UNIT Reg. $239 Sale 9-pc. corner unit — 2 firm mattresses, 2 orthopedic boxes, 2 quilted coverlets, 2 bolsters, mar-top corner table, 8 eaiy roll casters and complete selection of coven. '159 HI-RISER $119 VALUE SALE Duplex bed, heavy enameled steel frame, converts to .queen bed or two stparat* bed*. Concealed locking mechanism. Shown with quilted coverlet and 2 match ing bolsters. COMPLITI WITH COVIBLIT AND $19Q •ULSTERS (A* Shown Above) ••»« I 100% NEW MATERIALS USED IN EVERYTHING IN THIS STORE I MON, THUR?!W 9:30 to 9:00 I TUE$.,WEO.,FRMAT,l;NMo«:30 I SUNDAY II to 5:30 I 4200 N. CENTRAL I 1 8lk. North of Indian School Road I (Next to CARNATION ICE CREAM CO.) | 100% NEW MATERIALS USED IN EVERYTHING IN THIS STORE FLOOR SAMPLE SALE LAZ-BOY ROCKER RECLINER During this limited "Factory Authorized" sale, the famous La-Z-Boy Reclina-Rocker is available at substantial savings. Now, you can own the world's most imitated reclining chair ... a genuine LA-Z-BOY that is backed by a Lifetime Warranty* at these fabulous sale prices . . . _/LA-Z-l VALUES TO $229 SALE s |39 BEDSPREADS i Price Sale TWINS Reg. $19.95 Sole ..... QUEEN Reg. $29.95 Sale KINGS Reg. $39.95 Sale 95 NO DOWN PAYMENT 90 DAYS SAMiAS CASH TERMS TO FIT YOUR BUDGET AS LOW AS $10 PER MONTH IF YOU CAN'T COME IN ORDER BY PHONE 274-4814 SUXP SHOP TNI PI.ACI EVERYONE CAN AFFORD TNI BIST

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