Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 39
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 39

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
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ALL EDITIONS A'28 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., June 30,1973. „ \l ' ,i> ' " ! U.S. checks Penn Central pleads for government aid to prevent halting trains Associated Press The trustees said they filed with the U.S. District swift approval to start dis- complete exhaustion of work- tended hearings before the road assets — tracks, locomo- PHlLADELPHiA - SDokes- would prefer that Congress Court, which has been super* mantling essential rail lines, ing capital during the first court at this time," the trus- tives, freight and passenger m for Penn Central, the • ^*"»W»» JnSiof *?**" *** because of its perilous finan- ff*<* »2. Iff4S *"*•"* in <> ressin « for cars, stations, yards. men railroad glantin the throes of ,,, of millions of dollars to China bomb bankruptcy proceedings,said "ensure adequate and effi* ^^M that, however, cial situation. United Press International LAS VEGAS-More than a er," the trustees said. "This speed, could... result in chaos." WSSP^^KTS^K cJeFrali'iSSi whiieaiso Penn Central said it must get "Delay would result in a A hearing begins here Mon- tJuatf 1 WSvtoSoT purchascd> government help by October bailing out other ailing rail- , . -•••'• —•• i ••.-•• — ———————*—; — day before U.S. District Court at least another year "if rc- all its trains wiir stop "before roads in the heavily populat- *" J " t ~ 1 "' " "-•"-" ""- " the end of the year." ed Northeast, which includes House mouse believed native of Asia the vital corridor between Boston and Washington. NEW YORK ( AP) — Scien- from an old Sanskrit word —Scrap all rail facilities not . _ _, „ ^ -v—„. «.. u ...^. ,v,*.v .1 ,v.- —Create a real estate corn- Judge John P. Fullam. The M j s forthcoming from the pany to hold, develop, man•plan must be approved by the United States." Otherwise it age or dispose of all nonrail court and the Interstate Com- would: property, merce Commission before it ,,«.., u , .* becomes effective. -Cease all freight and pas- 1 . The trustees said that if senger service over a 10-week he y , mu f ^^ they hope • 6 - - • • to sell the Penn Central rail facilities to someone who tion of the estate permit, ex- —Offer at auction all rail- would continue the service. Immigration probe case hampered New York Times Service WASHINGTON - An investigation o f corruption and of management deficiencies in tthe Immigration and ; Naturalization Service in the Southwest has been hampered . by difficulties in obtaining • witnesses and records in Mexico, two Justice Department ; lawyers told Congress Thursday. • American immigration officers, the Justice Department's investigators have ; charged, often use Mexican : nationals as middle men in ;.• the sale of documents that enable the bearers to enter the United States. • These middle men, known ias "coyotes" along the border, are said to line up coun- ,'. trymen willing to pay for the documents and are reportedly .compensated by the officers. . Much of the time, "coy- votes" operate in Mexico, : where federal law enforce•: inent officers cannot conduct •^'investigations. This, accord. ing to Alfred L. Hartman of the Justice Department, ".: makes it extremely difficult ; ; to find and produce them as •: witnesses in this country. LIPS SORE? CASTER tucmn SORES !"'" |'»«»t« 'i» 'MI- IN WW »««« ini. Eirly ipplicititi FEVER <!>< '• (r«»tntim «i- HISIERS l#. t *.«!M.WHMw TUDICTV I lull I I I DISCOUNT SToDEb NOW OPEN! OUR NEW TUCSON STORE AT 2550 N.CAMPBEIL SPECIAL LOW, LOW PRICES ON ALL FLOOR MODELS TO MAKE WAY FOR ALL NEW MERCHANDISE! HURRY IN NOW AND SAVE! NEW YORK (AP) —Scien- hundrpd air <tamnllnff <statiftnq reorganize the railroad, which "Creative federal involve- tiste believe the house mouse ocilji t;t aci viuc over a iu KewSterTSIffiS runs 6 on 20,000 miles of track ment in this desperate situa- ^einated in Asiaandsoread Ships probably brought the "The law does not require, 3 d beginning oct 31. have h P 7nf •SivfllStrtSSJ? in 16 states and two Canadian tion is urgently called fo'r," Orl 8 ina ted m Asia and spread houge m|ce to Americamore nor does the financial condi- P e " OQ . ^ginning uci.di. SrTiSblfSScUwfat. Provinces. the trustees said of their plan to Europe. "Mouse" comes than 200 years ago. " ""- " lout from the recent atmos- „ pheric detonation of a hydro- v gen bomb in China, it was ' .announced Friday ! The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said other 'than the 49 air sampling stations which operate daily, 68 •additional stations were activated Friday. A total of 21 : western states are involved in !the surveillance. ; Data gathered at all of the 117 stations will be analyzed ]at the EPA national environmental research center in Las Vegas. The center here 'operates for the Atomic Energy Commission in connection .with the underground nuclear i testing program at the nearby Nevada test Site. Dr. Delbert Earth, director of the research center, said : the air sampling stations •were part of the center's : :monitpring program. He said ;surveillance was escalated : : Friday morning and would .continue for at least a week or until radioactivity above .normal background could no ^longer be detected/ No radiation from the ^Chinese nuclear blast has : been recorded thus far, according to a spokesman at ; : the research center. But'fal- ! lout from the test would not expected to reach the xwestern United States until i;early next week. China announced this week i it exploded the bomb Wednes\day. U.S. defense analysts es- ': t i m a t e d the yield ranged •;:from one to three megatons. ; : A megaton is equal to a mil- f lion tons of TNT. The atomic bombs dropped ion Japan during World War ;;II equalled 20,000 tons of •:TNT." : The states which participate in the radiation surveil- , lance network include Washington, Oregon, Montana, Wyoming, Idaho, Nevada, Cali; fornia, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska, ^Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, i.-Minnesota, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas and .Louisiana. ':• The air monitoring stations .• are primarily operated by the use of filters to collect parti- " cles from the air, and charcoal cartridges to collect "gases. The filters and car- triges are mailed to the research center here for analysis. ,.'- ",: «>:.•' '•K«':.ikaiu; B^^aV.o< ff #ACS UillMI ITU AIM NORQE SOOO ITU, H5-VOLT it 'AIR GONOmONER WITH TWO . SPIIOt AND INSTANT MOUNT SIDES. 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