The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1951 · Page 6
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER fl, 1981 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Arkansas Has Been Hot This Summer, But 1936 Was Worst in History LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 6. <AP)—As hot aa it was this summer in Arkansas, it has been hotter and dryer. That's what the U. S. weather station htre reported today. It has been keeping records since 1840. ^pfficlally, the summer won't end ^SUl Sept. 21, but tor most folks, Labor Day signals the end of summer because in many places over the state, schools commence another term. Therefore, this survey Is based on temperatures for the months of June, July and August. The hottest summer In Arkansas was recorded in 1836, when the mean temperature for that blistering three-month period was 82J degrees. Mean b About TS So far this summer the unofficial mean temperature has been around 78 degrees. The weather bureau's official figures will not be compiled until next month. This average is derived by adding -• the maximum and minimum temperatures for each day and dividing by the number of weather stations reporting daily readings. The coolest summer was registered In 1915, when the mean-was 75.9 degrees. The hottest summer day ever re- tiam corded tor this state was July 16, 1943, when the temperature was 113 degrees at Conway. Officially, the highest temperature ol this summer was 106 degrees at Arkadelphla, Aug. 31. That was the hottest day for that town in 15 years. The coolest day this summer, 49 degrees at Harrison on June 4, was warm compared to the record of 39 degrees on June 5, 1935, at Dutton, in Madison County. Rain Ii About 15.79 Inche* Despite a dry August, this summer hasn't been the driest, either. The rainfall this summer was about 1579 inches. That, represents a wet summer; The record rainfall was 17.76 inches In 1916 and the wettest month was August of that year when 10.44 inches fell. The driest summer was In 1943, when only 5.02 inches of precipitation was measured. August of 1934 set' a . record for dryness for any summer month with 44-hundredths of an inch of rain. Britain Warns U. S. Against Rushing Into Partnership with West Germany « " "..ONDON .Sept. «. W)—Britain 3 cautioned the United States against rushing into a new partnership with Germany without insuring Its'basls is sound. A foreign office spokesman said yesterday the British view was contained In a''personal message sent lecently by Foreign Secretary Herbert Morrison to Secretary of State Dean Acheson. Morrison apparently said Britain would like Germany to be brought Into full political and military partnership with the west as quickly as possible. The spokesman added that Britain feels, however, "speed must not be allowed to prejudice the achievement of proper and satisfactory agreements." Morrison's message answered a communication which Acheson sent to Him and to French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman early last month. • " ; Acheson set forth a provisional timetable which, if fulfilled by the west, would restore much of the German nation's political, economic and military Independence. • The death rate In Denmark ha? dropped by nearly 40 per cent during the last 15 years. KILL* tke ACHE, BURN, ITCH «f ATHLETES FMT «* Ot TOW 40. MCK. T-W. - KIKB7 BROS. DRUG STORES Wonderful pictures... and wonderful music... Its an RCA VICTOR ot Adams Appliance BKI 16" y AM fU rfirjjf) imwi I in /UU/l/ f ___ * HIV IGCOFU I f ft UtOnOefS JOf Oil •' $ AA **W Mltuolt in mom than a million hom«» Fof ° "** * ri " in television enjoyment come in and see this ourstanding^oruol. combination, the graceful "Rutland." Here'. 16-inch Ey« Witness televnwn ""'h'h' clearest pictures ever cfchievedl And »>» «««adie>»-Joc«;ed in plot, by RCA Victor't Eye Witness PkWe Syn- tfironizer. New, extra-powerful circuit! Bf¥ . b^ po^tfc, ^option . . , ony. where I Tti» fine combination console h- ctudestheRCAVKtor"45"forth«b«tf record reproduction, Yov get a ••pa- rote changer for 78 or 33VS rpm records, and there's mognifi cent AM-FM radio. Trte "Golden Ttirocrt" ton» system ha* on Extended Tone range to make musk "«» <*«' "O™ f* 1 " 1 ^- Tr» »CA Vfctor 6T86 h a truly a/eot irutn«Mnt. Come, see S, today! mtdf ay b«y a* Adams Appliance Co v inc • SQ!M J. W. ADAMS, Mgr. • ferric* ZCIB-208 W. Main Phone 2071 HUDSON SCOOPS THE FIELD AGAIN IN MEN'S FALL SUITS! Smart Sharp, Retaining Winter Weave Sheen Gabardine Fine Sharkskins Hand Finish Twills amazingly priced at Blue - Gray - Tan - Brown Green - Navy - Teal Compare Them With Others Selling At $60! • Expertly Tailored • Single or Double Breasl • Retains its shape • Full Drape Design • 2 or 3-Bufton Coat • Large, Roomy Pockets • Calif. Style Trousers • Full Cut Throughout • Hand Shaped Shoulders We Fit Everyone-Complete Sizes From 32 to 46 HUDSON CLEANER - CLOTHIER - TAILOR Blytheville, Arkansas Steele, Missouri

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