Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 34
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 34

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REPUBLIC 'REPUBLIC- A-2J The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., Jane 30, 1973 Weather roundup gHAtitVlTA NORTHIAST PLATtAU mc° •• *• mi^ HOdALiS n DOWLAS D ARIZONA FORECAST Northwest Arizona — Sunny today and Sunday with cooler temperatures. Highs 90 -105, lows 65-75. Southwest Deserts — Some cloudiness but mostly sunny today and Sunday. Possibly one or two isolated evening thunderstorms. Highs 100-110, lows 75-85. Central Basins — Gradually increasing cloudiness and humidity through Sunday. Increasing late afternoon and evening thundershower activity. Highs 90-100, lows 55-70. Grand Canyon—Fair through Sunday with cooler temperatures. Highs 83-87, lows 43-47. Mogollon Rim and White Mountains—Increasing cloudiness and humidity through Sunday with scattered afternoon and evening thundershower activity. Highs 80-90, lows 45-60. Little Colorado Valley and Northeast Plateau — Mostly fair today and Sunday but some afternoon cloudiness and possibly one or two isolated afternoon and evening thundershowers. Highs 95-100, lows 65-75. Southeast Arizona — Widely scattered • • thiindershowers today and Sunday with blowing dust. Highs 90-100, lows 65-75. Phoenix Rainfall Since Jan. 1 6.86 inches MOON PHASES D O New First Qlr. Full, Last <5tr. June 30 July 7 July 15 July 22 • Sun rises today at 5:21 a.m., sets 7:« p.m. 24-HOUR REPORT Alpine Bisbee Buckeye Can. de Chelly Coolidge Douglas Flagstaff Ft. Huachuca Gila Bend Globe Grand Canyon Heber Kingman Nogales Arizona L 57 74 77 74 73 73 48 73 78 71 46 52 76 70 Organ Pipe NM 74 Page 73 Parker 83 Payson 57 PHOENIX Airport 81 Downtown 83 (Normal) 70 Phx. South Mtn 82 Pinetop 51 Prescott 62 Safford 77 Sedona 64 Show Low 57 Springerville 52 Tucson 75 Williams 60 Winslow 64 Youngtown 80 Yuma 81 H Pr. Ill 104 111 100 89 97 110 102 91 92 100 101 104 102 107 101 109 108 105 103 93 93 104 101 95 86 103 •91 101 109 105 n NATIONAL WtATHEH SERVICE, NOAA. l/.S.'Depf. of Commerce FORECAST figur.t Shaw High T«mp*ralu,x Expected for Doytime Saturday Juloled Pt.cipilolion Not Indicated-Coniull letol Fo,etoil National Albany 67 Albuquerque 66 Amarillo 70 Anchorage 48 Asheville 58 Atlanta - 64 Atlantic City 72 Austin 73 Baltimore 68 Billings 62 Birmingham 59 Bismarck 41 Blythe 83 Boise 63 Boston 65 Brownsville 75 Buffalo- 61 Burlington, Vt. 68 Casper 53 Charleston, S.C. 74 Charleston, WVa 58 Charlotte, N.C. 67 Cheyenne 53 Chicago 62 Cincinnati 54 Cleveland 56 Columbia, S.C. 71 Columbus, 0. 57 Dallas-Ft Worth 78 Dayton Denver Des Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Fargo Great Falls Hartford Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson, Miss. Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little Rock Los Angeles 57 55 54 60 51 79 52 51 58 71 54 74 75 55 68 73 47 66 83 67 61 74 1.24 100 — 96 — 62 — 77 82 .01 75 .02 91 79 .68 80 .10 85 79 109 90 .01 80 .07 88 74 — 81 .52 88 .24 80 .77 78 .36 87 85 74 77 74 87 .16 79 92 — 75 — 92 81 — 70 .01 70 107 74 66 82 .03 82 .15 78 .14 88 91 78 96 92 55 83 109 87 81 - Louisville Memphis Miami Beach Midland, Tx. Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Nashville Needles New Orleans New York Norfolk, Va. North Platte Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Pittsburgh Portland Me. Portland. Or. Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis St. Prbg.-Tampa Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan, PR St. Ste. Marie Seattle Shreveport Sioux Falls Spokane Syracuse Tulsa Washington Wichita 61 81 .22 68 93 — 76 87 .45 70 100 .04 55 72 — 54 69 — 60 ,85 — 87 112 — 79 93 .14 70 74 .23 70 77 1.96 55 90 .01 69 84 .09 62 80 — 76 94 — 70 80 4.27 52 75 64 69 ,32 52 65 — 68 77 .08 69 83 3.42 55 85 — 49 94 — 69 84 .55 61 83 — 79 91 — 71 95 75 90 65 73 52 60 — 78 92 51 64 50 59 70 98 47 78 53 79 67 80 .24 69 78 1.56 69 86 .43 69 87 .11 .37 Navajos awarded million in grants Six federal grants totaling more than $2.2 million for community, health, and edu* cation programs for Navajo Indians were announced Friday by Rep. Jonh B. Conlan, R-Arlz. Conlan said a grant of $1.43 million has been awarded to the Office of Navajo Econom* ic Opportunity, which has headquarters at Ft. Defiance, for continuation of its programs through Sept. 30. In addition to general community services, the grant will provide funds for emergency food and medical services and general technical assistance. The Navajo Health Authority has been awarded a $141,497 grant for comprehensive health planning, Conlan said. The money is to support its program for one year. Conlan said Navajo Community College will receive • $64,203 for its nursing program. The National Institute of Health has awarded the college $62,755 for enrollment and retention of nursing students and the U.S. Depart- ment of Health, Education and Welfare has authorized the school $1,448 for nurses' scholarships. •An $11,709 jjrarit from the Economic Development Administration has , been' approved to help continue a program of planning for economic growth on the Navajo reservation. The grant will help pay administrative Costs of the tribe's economic development staff through Dec. 31, Conlan added. Navajo officials are cpn- ducting a comprehensive planning program to help create jobs and increase incomes on the reservation, Conlan said. The tribe will provide $3,900 to complete the $15,600 total cost of continuing the program, according to federal officials. Income tax refund not really that large CLEVELAND (AP) When Forence Jones of Cleveland received her federal income tax refund, it read "$9,599." But the error soon was noted. A new check for the correct amount—$95.99—was issued. SHAKE HANDS with a friendly down payment! ARIZONA HOMES Indian School Road just past 83rd Avenue. 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