Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 58, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1989 Page: 4 of 12
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THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Springs, Tsxas, Thursday, March 9,1999.
For the Record
Sulphur Springs for March 9,1989
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” Normal High 64
• £ 47 Normal Low 42
^ Last Year High 61
7T " Last Year Low 50
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a am 12 Sot In 1974
——-—I Record Low 23
Set In 1957
Rainfall to date:
Local March History
Average mean temperature, 55.7 degrees; warmest March (mean),
62.4 in 1974; coldest March (mean), 45.9 in 1960; average daily
high, 67; average overnight low, 45; extremes recorded. 91 in 1974
and 14 in 1980; highest rainfall, 8.06 inches in 1973; lowest rainfall.
.86 of an inch in 1954; average number of rainy days, 8.
Clear skies in Texas
Some patchy fog along the coastal bend late tonight and early Fri-
day is the only dung to spoil otherwise nice weather from the Red
River to the Rio Grande. '
The state's weather remains under the inifbence of high pressure,
prompting a forecast of dear skies and a warming trend statewide
through most of the weekend. Skies will be partly cloudy by Sunday.
Lows tonight will be in the 30s and 40s except along the coast
where readings will be in the 50s.
Highs Friday will be mostly in the 80s in West Ttexas, ranging from
the upper 70s in northern portions to near 90 in the Big Bend area, in
the 60s and 70s across North Tbxas and in the 70s and 80s in South
Some patchy fog was reported early today along the coastal bend
while the rest of the state had mostly clear skies and cool tem-
misses the theater and concerts.
The 59-year-old premier said his
wife, Ludmila, is a mechanical en
gineer who designed excavators tu
the same factory where he rose to
MOSCOW (AP) — Premia will move to a 50-50 ratio by 1991
Nikolai I. Ryzhkov, offering a rare and 40-60 by 1995, he said,
glimpse inside the workings of the For example, the Moscow Avia-
Kremlin, says reformers began lion Factory soon wdl produce
planning changes in the Soviet sys- . pasta, he said,
tern two years before Mikhail S. } Ryzhkov said he found the slow
Gorbachev came to power. pace of economic reform the most
He said planning for perestroika, upsetting part of his job.
Gorbachev s program of economic Ryzhkov blamed part of the
and social reform, began in 1983, country's problems on corrupt
about the time former KGB chief bureaucrats. He also said 40 per-
Yuri Andropov became Soviet cent of factory equipment must be
Even at that time, we had for- premier also tackled the
ces who understood that everything notorious shortage of laundry soap,
was not healthy in our economy, «in Moscow, we USC(j to scn go
o-iihpr^/i tons of detergent daily. Now we sell
300 1008 daily, and still we have
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life and frustration with the slow
pace of reform. He suggested that journalists
He promised to reveal the long- created a self-fulfilling prophecy by
secret Soviet defense budget in 12 publicizing a soap shortage until
to 18 months, afta accountants people began hoarding even more,
have arranged it in a form com- To eliminate shortages, he said,
parable to U.S. figures, apparently wages must stop rising fasta than
for use in arms negotiations. retail trade and productivity.
As part of the plan to shift Soviet In an unusual discussion of his
spending “from swords to plow- personal life, Ryzhkov said he
shares," defense factories that pro- answers his own phone in a 13-
duce 60 percent military hardware hour to 14-hour workday, and con-
and 40 percent consumer goods linucs work at home. As a result, he
Ryzhkov said his daughta is a
law professor at the Academy of
the Interior Ministry, and ha hus-
band also is a lawyer, in the cus-
toms office. They have two child-
ren, Ludmila. 2, and Nikolai. 6.
A Special Thank You To
Kentucky Fried Chicken
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11 Black bread
13 Decimal unit
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20 Actress Hagen
22 Came to terms
24 Actor Arfcin
25 South African
29 Helen of_
31 Period of time
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Shelly Watson, 16, of Cumby, won grand champion female In the
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo with her 8-year-oM Guernsey
cow named “WY Tfex Jims Annette.”
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Proudly announces the opening of its
Sulphur Springs office.
Practice limited to digestive diseases.
103 Medical Circle 214-885-1291
Sulphur Springs, Texas By appointment
Bill G. Hughes, M.D.
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Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 58, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1989, newspaper, March 9, 1989; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth816226/m1/4/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.