Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 9, 1982 · Page 16
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 16

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, November 9, 1982
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Pharos-Tribune. IjOffntispori. Indiana 9, Today's Weather 5n Indiana NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORECAST 10 7 AM EST n-10-82 ,^_ 30,243016 WARMER By UPI Showers roamed northern Indiana today but conditions were dry in central and southern areas of the state. The National Weather Service said the rain would continue in the north tonight before departing the region Wednesday. Highs today headed into the 50s and 60s to around 70. Lows tonight will hold in the 40s. Highs Wednesay should nil the 60s and lower 70s. The extended outlook said thundershowers could return to Indiana Thursday and Friday, followed by colder tern peratures. DOWNTOWN LOGANSPORT 24-HOUR TEMPERATURES: JilGH: 60 LOW: 50 RAIN — Tuesday night will find rain developing across most of the area from California northeastward across the upper Plains into the Lakes Region where it may change to or mix with snow. Elsewhere, fair to partly cloudy skies should pre- dominale. MAXIMOM TEMPERATURES Atlanta 72 Duluth 40 New York 49 Boston 48 Houston 79 Phoenix 78 Chicago 65 Los Angeles 67 San Fran. 58 Cleveland 59 Miami H2 Seattle 46 Dallas 78 Minneapolis 49 St. Louis 72 Denver 52 New Orleans 77 Washington 61 'Help Wanted' — But Don'T Tel! Anybody WASHINGTON (UPI) - Shhh. Don't let it get around but the National Security Agency, the largest and most secretive of all U.S. intelligence groups, is looking for a few good recruits. Although an estimated 95,000 people work world-wide for the NSA, few of its activities have been made public. It is so secret that fellow spooks, as they are called in the intelligence community, say NSA stands for No Such Agency. "Your Land of Opportunity Where Learning Never Ends," says one advertisement for the agency that deals with the murky underworld of code breaking and eavesdropping on people around the world in a multitude of languages. The NSA, whose heavily guarded, electric-fenced headquarters are at Fort George Meade, Md., midway betweeen Washington and Baltimore, • is looking for linguists, mathematicians, electronic engineers and computer scientists. Recruits would have some role in monitoring movements, satellite communications Only two telephone traffic and equipment that numbers are listt-d for the keeps track of everything massive NSA headquar- from telephone conversa- ters, also known as "The tions to tank and troop Puzzle Palace." New Monopoly Champ 'Bankrupts' Opponents Industrial-Commercial Janitorial & Paper . SUPPLIES Wells Wagner & Surendorf 512 North Phone 753-4271 JEWELRY Keepsake Gallery 40 T E. Broadwoy Phone 753 4926 Nobel Winner Doubts Security Of MX Plan WASHINGTON (UPI)A 29-year-old accounting consultant used some of his fiscal expertise to win 'the sixth U.S. Monopoly championship by "bankrupting" four other finalists in a game that lasted two hours and 10 minutes. Jerome Dausman. who Monday won a silver medal] ion and the right to represent America in the world championship tournament at Palm Beach, Fla., played for the honor of the District of Columbia, although he lives in the Washington suburb of Arlington, Va. The last player to be ousted by Dausman was the previous national champion, Dana Terman, 27, of nearby Silver Spring, Md. Biting the dust earlier were Steve Thomas, 26, the Alaska champion; Bonnie Cavanaugh, 17, of Bushnell, Fla., the only female finalist, and Barin Porter of Sioux Falls, S.D., at 15 the youngest player to make the finals. This was the first Monopoly tournament that drew contestants from all 50 states and Washington, D.C. There also were four regional champions competing, for a total of 55 entrants. Thomas, a retail clerk in Fairbanks, who used a wheelbarrow token, led after the two preliminary rounds of the popular board game. Porter was second in the preliminaries and seemed to grab an early advantage in the finals. But neither he nor Thomas could overcome Dausman's luck, skill and low cunning. HARDY POTTED MUMS Thegarcte^fjouse Mon.-Fri. 9-5, Sot. 9-4 NOTICE IZAAK WALTON LEAGUE Meeting and Dinner Nov. 10-6:30 WASHINGTON (UPI)The Air Force is trying to keep from the White House a U-.tter by a Nobel Prize-winning physics professor advising that MX missiles may • not be sufficiently protected from Soviet attack under a new basing plan, it was reported today. . The professor, Charles Townes from the University of California, headed a study group Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger set up to examine the now plan, called Dense Pack. Reagan Extends Iran Order WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Reagan's signature is on an executive order continuing the state of emergency with Iran beyond the Nov. 14, 1982, expiration date. "Full normalization of commercial and diplomatic relations between the United States and Iran will require more time," he said in a statement Monday. No dale for expiration of the extension was cited, but the order is reviewed from year to year, dating back to Nov. 14, 1979, when President Jimmy Carter declard a national emergency during the Iranian hostage crisis, Reagan said the crisis has eased "but it has not been fullv resolved." ' 3-SOUP SUPPER (Chili-Vegetable & Potato) Also Pie and Beverage Wednesday November 10 5:00-7:00 p.m. MARKET ST. U.M. CHURCH T 500 E. Market St. "Eat Your Fill- Pay What You Will- Sponsored By Senior High U.M.Y.F. to Support Disciples For The Deaf COUNTRY INN Wednesday SPECIALS Pressure Fried Chicken Meat Loaf Roost Pork Roast Beef Salad Bar Every Evening Hours 6 AM to 8 PM Toes, thro Sat. 7 AM to 2 PM SUNDAY Closed Monday The letter expresses doubts about whether the Air Force can build the kind of super-hardened underground concrete and steel silos needed to protect the MX missiJes from the blast, heat and radiation of an attack, the Washington Post said. Townes also reportedly says it may be easier for the Soviets to modify their missiles to cope with the new plan, called Dense Pack, than it will be for the Air Force to build super-hardened shelters as planned Weinberger, who returned from an overseas trip Monday, is to submit his recommendations on the MX to President Reagnsoon. ET Smarter Than Earthiings? The Movies at Cass Plaza theatres 722-1300 Starts Wednesday! "CREEP SHOW The most fun you'll ever have being Scared! The Post said Weinberger is ready to recommend a go-ahead on Dense Pack to the White House but is "lukewarm" about the plan and has incorporated Townes' concerns into his reeom- ByUPI John Ball, a radio astronomer at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, is convinced there are extra-terrestrials trying to contact Earth, but doesn't think we are advanced enough to get the message. •^all told a news conference at the NASA research center in mendation. He is said to Hampton, Va., evidence of value Townes' opinion tne pres ence of extra- highly., IN MEMORY OF Charles Coffing who passed away Nov. 9, 1981. Sadly missed and always loved by wife Mary and Children and Grandchildren. Mr. & Mrs. Steve Matthews & Family Mr. & Mrs. Larry Grandstaff & Family Mr. & Mrs. Dan Coffing & Family Mr. & Mrs. George Coffing & Family terrestrial intelligence in the galaxy is indirect. He said when, and if, contact is made, ETI will turn out to be far more advanced than Earth life. "It's hard to make a comparison," he said. "Some researchers believe the relationship will be like advanced Western man and a primitive tribe. I think it might more be like our relationship with some form of animal life." Prince In Chicago Britain's Prince Philip was guest of honor at a reception and dinner at Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History Monday. Honorary chairman/of the event was Chicago Mayor Jane Byrne (R). The prince is international president of the World Wildlife Fund. CARD OF THANKS The Family of C. ivi, Hathaway would like (o express our thanks and gratitude to all our wonderful friends and relatives who helped share our loss by their prayers, presence, food, flowers and contributions to the cancer society. A very special thanks to our Church family of Market St. Church, Bill Moon, Everett and Ann Smith and Kroeger Funeral Home. Your kindness will never be forgotten. God Bless you All. Rosa Hathaway Dean Hathaway & Family Don Hathaway & Family Marlin Hathaway & Family Don Casalini & Family James Gwin & Family NOW AT HARRIS GLASS Windows X-L SERIES WINDOWS Our finest storm windows, double-hung and horizontal sliders. Up to 300% more eflicient than average storm windows! Your bast value for your mcney. HELP SLASH ENERGY BILLS! HARRIS GLASS 43-i" 5 805 Burlington NEW HAPPY HOUR Coma In Between 7:OOAM-8:OOAM FOR A BREAKFAST SPECIAL (1 egg, Bacon or Sausage, Toast, & Jelly 96') or A Full Breakfast Order And Receive $1.00 OH Your Lunch The "Same Day" (Olfoi Good Nov. 8 • 13th) PJ and the BEARS 922 N. Third 753-7318 Ice Cream Flavor of tho Month: "Pumpkin" THREE CONVENIENT LOCATIONS MAIN HILLCREST MICHIGAN Cass & Grocery Gas & Grocery Ave. SUROCQ 300 Burlington Ave. 1607 H. Third St. 436 Michigan Ave. 6AMTO U PM NOTICE Prices in Mon. Nov. 8 cd SHOULD HAVE READ Pepsi-Diet $ 149 Pepsi-Mt. Dew 8-uoi.Bottiet THANK-YOU I would like to thank the voters for your support in the Nov. 2nd election. CHARLES KINSEY 2nd District County Councilman 1 r.v<^.-^>,v,...iv^^;.:.:.x-;...:.....:...>>>i.>>.->i.x.>>>^......>....>:,....^..:...:........jj ELKS No. 66 WED. SPECIAL BROASTED CHICKEN NOTICE: JOHN'S SHOE REPAIR 703 N. 6th St., Logansport (Formprfy Campbell's Shoo Repair) IS NOW OPEN TO SERVE YOU! Open 8:00 to 5:00 Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 to 12:00 Saturday OWNER: John D. Haf! Includes Salad Bar MEXICAN FOOD NIGHTS —NOTICE— The offices of Cass County State Bank, Walton and Galveston branches, Will be closed Nov. 11th for Veteran's Day. Y'all Come WESTERN NIGHT Wednesday, November 10th Buffet 5-10PM MON.-TUES.-WED.-THURS. 5:00 To 9:30 P.M. • Enchlledpi • Tosladas • Ch*m!gahngat • Cr**n Chill • Taco Saladi • Mexican Pitta • Nuchos . Chill RolUnot MADE TO ORDER.... You Nam* If—We'll Make It I Roast Pork Loin w/Dressing Chicken 'n noodles, Lots More! MIDNIGHT FLYERS 8:30 PM-12:30 AM Draft beer 40 C —Dancing— HOUSER'S MEAT MARKET 753-4424 24 E. Eastgate Plaza Open: Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. PRICES GOOD TILL NEXT TUESDAY Indiana Grain fed Beef, USDA Choice Emge Hectro Tender SMOKED PICNICS Solid State ECKRICH ONION LOAF OR MINCED HAM 89 IB EMGE USDA CHOICE ELECTRO-TENDER WE'RE YOUR ONE STOP BUTCHER SHOP BEEF SIDES $119 I IB. ECKRICH FRANKS 79 IB. FREE 10 LB. BACON W/SIDE Purchase • Downtown Logon sport "The Store That Service Built" PHONE 722-4400 or 753-3300

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