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The Carolina times. (Durham, N.C.) 1919-current, September 18, 1982, Page 11, Image 11

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SATCHEL SOUTHERN STYLE FRIED CHICICEN.J5" PLUS 1-DOZEN DINNER ROLLS SOUTHERN STYLE T POTATO SALAD 79c FRESH BAKED FRENCH ...... IOAF AVAILABLE IN DELI BAKERY STORES ONLY SAVE OVER 40 FINE PORCELAIN CHINA BJBARIA GERMANY 8 Imported bavarian Porcelain ffl Durable High Fired (QP FneBeH-kKeTone & Translucent Booy WIIH tA M ltl MIM tM' per china stamp on our special savings plan Stf VburSef Jbdayl 3-PAK 12-OZ. CANS OR 6-PAK oOZ. CANS ASTOR FROZEN FLORIDA ORANGE JUICE. ........ 2M 12-OZ. CUP SUPERBRAND. WHIPPED YOPPIH 99c 1-LB. PKG. TASTE-O-SEA PERCH FI1JJET ...... .... H49 14J. PKG. IN QUARTERS SUPERBRAND r.iAnoAuiKj 4HOZ. CANS SUPERBRAND TEXAS STYLE BUTTER FLAVOR BISCUITS ... 3 10.99c 32-OZ. CUP SUPERBRAND REG. OR STA-fTT COnACS CHd-.H99 8-OZ. CUP SUPERBRAND SWiSS STYLE OR -ALL NATURAL YOCUHr....2ro.99c 14 KARAT SOUD CCID H2AEZT PIIIDMIT With A 16 Inch 14 Karat Gold ElectroDlated Chain.. 0NLV' hhim an vim n Latt Week to Complsta Your Set! Chooso from six chcSi styles VOLUMES 2 - 24 kry s OF KNOWLEDGE Volumes 2-24 only $2.99 each! M ontv Met J 1&OZ. CANS CONTADINA TOMATO SAUCE .... 2 fo. 79c 10K-OZ. CANS CAMPBELL'S TOMATO COUP .5 FO.H 16-OZ. BOX CRACKIN' GOOD QAL. 2ALTIII23 . . . . . . . 59C 16-Ol CANS THRIFTY MAID SLICED OR HALVES PEACHES . . . . . 2 kwM SUPERBRAND Sktir.1 r.:iLit OQQO IN DURHAM AMD , CHAiLHIUTOREtON.V COUNTRY PRIDE GRADE "A" , 12-OZ. PKG. SWIFT PREMIUM FRYER THIGHS u09c FRAIIICS H,f COUNTRY PRIDE GRADE "A" FRYER 141. PKG. OSCAR MAYER SUCED Dsu:.:3Tiacs . 99c caco:j ...... . AA WF KOZEN HLLO Of 6-LB. BOX CAGUS 1-LB. PKG. JAMESTOWN SLICED f 12-OZ. PKG. JESSE JONES SAUSAGE OR BACON . . . . . . . . M FHAfllCS . , . .... ; Hw Croasdails Shopping Center 3600 N. Duke Mall Avondale Drive Shannon Plaza 810 Liberty St. 3700 Chapel Hill Rd. Summer Heat . Returns To Durham tfy Ebofli Armstrong. Jr. . Summer may be in its dy ing stages according to ' the calendar but - for Durhamites on Sunday, .'. September 12, and for touch of this week, sum mer returned in all of its hot splendor. ' On the 12th, the temperature in ddowntown Durham scampered up lo 98 degrees at 3:17 p.m., following an early morn ing low of 62 degrees. The 8-degree reading , was the hottest September day in 1 Durham in two years. 1 While the temperature . waS rising, the humidity f! on '"Sunday remained , low,v therefore the day ;was more delight tul than 1 'uncomfortable. ' : ' Pedestrians and drivers in downtown . Durham, shortly after 3 p.m. on Sunday, were treated to a display by a large dust Devil (whirl wind). The fair weather, mild mannered cousin of the tornado sprang up on Pcabody Street near the Durham County Mental Health Building. It whirled slowly across the street, picking up large pieces of paper and other small debris and sent them skyward in large circles. The whirlwind only lasted a few second, traveling about 50 yards. Dust Devils such as this are common sights on hot days. The heating of the earth causes the warm air over heated spots to rise. As cooler air rushes in to displace the rising column of warm air, a miniature vortex forms and gathers dust and other particles that we see as a "dust devil". Despite what many people think, a Dust Devil is not a baby tor nado, but they both are members of the cyclone or low pressure family. The summer heal came on the heels of the first collegiate football weekend of the year in the Triangle. Saturday had been warm with a high of 84 in Raleigh Durham. The heat wa brought into the area bv a large high pressure system in the Atlantic Ocean that stretchtv from off the Non' Carolina Coast not thward to the nm . , , Atlantic states. Around Durham many took the holiday t ' full advantage. Som 1 college students at Duk . played pick-up games o soccer shirtless on tli main quad; man residents took Sunda drives: while still other strolled through Fn River State Park. Weather records sho' that hot September da arc not unusual i. Durham. In 1941. and again ii 1954. the Bull City baketi in 105 degree heal: ir. 1973, it reached 101 degrees in late Septembei here. September days can b as hot as those of Jub but humidity readings are usually lower, thu days don't feel as hot as those of mid-summer. Since the sun is now making its southward trek back toward the southern hemisphere where spring is ap proaching, the North Carolina sun isni as strong as in June. July and August, plus the days are getting shorter. Therefore nighttime readings, even on the hottest days, arc now dropping into the low 60's or as low as the mid-50V This .September has been very dry in Durham and area lawns are begin ning to reflect this by turning brown. On Monday, the j 3th, after a mild tow of 64 degrees, which was ac companied by some thick early morning fog. the skies cleared and a 92 degree high was recorded as puffy ; fair weather clouds dotted the after noon Durham skies. 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