Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 24
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 24

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EDITIONS Weather ronmlupl Breakthrough reported ior deep-sea drilling FijvrM Jh«w High T«irip*r«urtt t»t 0«yt!m> Thursday Pr»ti»il«H*n N.I litditattd-Centull Utel Foricml MOON PHASES o c I> Pull Last Q New Fir*t Q June 17 June 25 July 3 July IT >.§£"-rtses Jpefay «f S ; '« a.m., sets rises flt 7;26 p.m., Tucson Williams Winslow Youngtown Yuma 100 62 75 39 93 46 103 59 98 66 ARIZONA FORECAST f- Northeastern Plateau— Clear today and tomorrow with a fe$r high clouds at times and warmer afternoons. Highs 8095; lows 40-55. North Central Mountains, Mdgollon Rim and White Mountains— Clear through tomorrow with a few high clouds at' 7 times and warmer afternoons. Highs 80-95, lows 35-50. Southeastern Valleys— Clear arid warmer today and tomorrow with a few high clouds aBd. possible isolated showers along southern border. Highs 95*110, lows 55-70. %estern Valleys— Clear and t mer today and tomorrow i a few high clouds at 2S. Highs 95-110, lows 55-70. ,-,,, Phoenix forecast call 273-7511, for state forecast call 275-4341. " ; Phoenix Rainfall Since Jan. 1 ....... 2.56 inches AVerage to date. . . .2.75 inches 24-HOUR REPORT ' (7:05 p.m. yesterday : H L Prep. Alpine 79 28 — Bisbee 92 57 — Bgckeye 102 61 — CJifton 101 62 — Cgplidge 104 59 — Dguglas 97 54 - Ffcagstaff 78 33 Ft Huachuca 94 58 — Gfla Bend 102 64 — Grand Canyon 77 29 — Heber 85 35 — Kingman 89 57 — Page 88 62 — Parker 100 66 — Payson 89 38 — PHOENIX 101 67 normal 102 66 — Phx South Mtn 95 72 — Prescott 82 42 — Safford 98 51 — Seidona 91 48 — Show Low 84 44 — Sp'ringerville 86 44 — COPTERS RESCUE 2,072 ^WASHINGTON (AP) - Air Force helicopters have rescued 2,072 downed servicemen int combat in Southeast Asia sijjce the Gulf of Tonkin incident in 1964, Gen. Jack C. CStton, commander of the Military Airlift Command, sajd yesterday. National Albany, N.Y. 83 64 .96 Albuquerque 91 55 — Amarillo 104 71 — Anchorage 58 43 — Asheville 88 63 — Atlanta 98 67 — Billings 71 54 — Birmingham 93 68 — Bismarck 71 56 .09 Blythe 101 68 Boise , 79 54 — Boston 77 62 — Brownsville 92 74 — Buffalo 83 69 .46 Burlington, Vt. 81 63 — Casper 74 44 — Charleston, S.C. 87 74 — Charleston, WVa 92 68 .20 Charlotte, N.C. 88 70 .08 Chicago 89 72 .05 Cincinnati 91 72 — Cleveland 88 74 .02 Columbus, 0. 87 69 .02 DallasFt. Worth 95 72 — Denver 80 49 — Des Moines 86 70 .06 Detroit 88 71 1.10 Duluth 83 59 .07 El Paso 101 65 — Fairbanks 67 47 .01 Fargo 75 59 .06 Great Falls 70 53 .13 Helena 71 49 .12 Houston 89 76 — Indianapolis 92 73 — Jackson, Miss. 95 72 — Jacksonville 89 70 — Juneau 64 45 — Kansas City 94 77 — Las Vegas 97 66 — Little Rock 97 73 — Los Angeles 77 60 — Louisville 91 74 — Memphis 95 76 — Miami Beach 84 75 .01 Midland, Tex. 101 73 — Milwaukee 88 66 — Mpls-St. Paul 88 68 — Needles 98 71 — New Orleans 92 69 — New York 79 66 .04 North Platte 82 59 — Oklahoma City 94 75 — Omaha 85 69 — Philadelphia 84 67 — Pittsburgh 84 69 — Portland, Me. 78 61 — Portland, Ore. 84 45 — Raleigh 89 66 — Rapid City 73 51 — Reno 81 40 .15 Richmond 95 71 — St. Louis 95 76 — St. Prbg-Tampa 93 73 1.89 Salt Lake City 80 50 — San Antonio 93 75 — San Diego 70 60 — San Francisco 56 52 — St. Ste. Marie 82 61 .43 Seattle 76 50 — Shreveport 94 73 — Spokane 76 46 — Washington 90 66 .05 Wichita 97 74 — Calgary Edmonton Montreal Ottawa Toronto Winnipeg Vancouver Acapulco Hermosillo Mexico City CANADA MEXICO 66 49 67 43 92 * 83 73 54 ?8 67 SO - fl tl — 99 41 — tl 54 ~ WORLD CITIES Based on latest availablt observations c 'tv , Tim* T«m». Asuncion a a.m. Berlin i p.m. Buenos Aires a a.m. London Noon Madrid 1 »-m. Moscow 3 p.m. Paris . l p.m. Rio de Janeiro 9 a.m. Rome i p.m. Tokyo 9 p. m . 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The drillings successfully demonstrated the capability of re-entering a borehole on the bottom of the ocean from the surface of the ocean, sometimes more than three miles above. "The implications of this are unbelievable," a Scripps spokesman said. "The economic fallout for the oil industry alone will be incredible." By use of sonar and a huge cone-shaped 1 device with a Ifr-foot diameter, a ship can guide a drill back into a previously drilled hole. Until now, the feat was all but impossible. "Suppose you're drilling at a depth of 10,000 feet-or even 20,000 feet since we have a capability—and you run into chert, this flint-like rock which scientists never knew about until now; it chews right through the industrial diamond bits and they're the toughest made. So, you have to replace the Phoenix, Thnrs., June 18,1970 The Arizona Republic 13 bit. You pull it up the 10,000 feet," a Scripps Spokesman said. 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