Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 18, 1988 · Page 8
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Page 8 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, March 18, 1988 TODAY'S WEATHER LOGANSPORT INDIANA TEMPERATURES Q Temperatures Today 33 High 49 Recorded 11:46 a.m. Thursday .31 LOW : .. Recorded8:50a.m. today QWind Today 3 Direction NW Wind chill Peak gust 20mph Recorded 12:16 a.m. today Q] Barometer Today 30.00 Falling Change/Hour 0.01 High 30.27 Recorded 8:50a.m. today Low 30.00 Recorded 6:06a.m. today rj Rainfall Today 0.00 inches Month 0.12 inches City Evansvllle... Indianapolis. Fort Wayne . South Bend. Lafayette ... Terre Haute. HI Lo Prec . . 42 24 0.00 ..43 27 0.00 . . 43 22 0.00 21 23 23 . 41 .47 .43 0.00 0.00 0.00 Today's readings taken at 9 a.m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 9 a.m. yesterday. Zones 1-2 Tonight partly cloudy and colder. Low in the middle 20s. West to northwest wind 5 to 10 mph. Saturday cloudy and cold. Snow showers developing late in the day. Accumulation likely. High around 30. Likelihood of snow 70 percent. Zones 34 Tonight partly cloudy and colder. Low in the middle 20s. West to northwest wind 5 to 10 mph. Saturday mostly cloudy with a chance of light snow showers late in the day. Much colder. High around 30. Chance of snow 50 percent. Zones 4-5-7 Tonight partly cloudy and colder. Low in the middle 20s. West to northwest wind 5 to 10 mph, Saturday mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of light snow showers late in the day. Much colder. High around 30. Zones 8-9-11-12 Tonight partly cloudy and colder. Low In the middle 20s. West to northwest wind 5 to 10 mpli. Saturday partly sunny and cold. A 30 percent chance of snow showers late in the day. High in the lower to middle 30s. Carson Murray, 11, Longfellow Spring will open on a cold note in Indiana, the National Weather Service says. When spring officially begins at 4:39 a.m. EST Sunday, temperatures in Indiana will be in the middle teens and lower 20s. The cold snap will be shortlived, however. Warmer air is expected to return during the early part of next week. Under partly cloudy skies tonight, temperatures will fall into the middle and upper 20s. On Saturday, arctic air will once more spread into Indiana. Light snow showers may accompany the arctic air intrusion late Saturday. Areas near Lake Michigan may accumulate several inches of snow. . It will be cold Sunday with the lows in the teens and highs mostly in the 30s. Cloudy conditions are forecast Monday with lows in the 20s and highs in the 40s. Sunday through Tuesday: Cold Sunday with the lows in the teens and highs mostly in the 30s. Cloudy Monday. Lows in the 20s and highs in the 40s. Warmer Tuesday with the lows in the SOs.and highs in the 50s. Map shows maximum temperatures. • N I'i '/it '*' i: ' ' 'Y'l '' • £ ? . Temperatures indicate previous day's high and overnight low to 8 p.m. EST. HI Lo Prc Otlk 43 27 cdy 47 29 clr 60 47 1.94 clr 47 28 45 18 62 26 Alb»ny,N.Y. Albuquerque Austin Baltimore Billing* Birmingham Bismarck Bolao Boston Brownsville Buffulo Burllngton.Vt. Casper Charleston.S.C. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland 40 10 55 24 53 32 74 86 36 24 42 18 27 07 .04 53 38 41 27 45 26 38 28 .01 sn clr cdy cdy cdy sn clr cdy cdy clr rn cdy cdy cdy Columbia,S.C. Columbus.Ohlo Concord,N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Duluth El Paso Evansvllle Fairbanks Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach New York City Norfolk,Va. North Platte Richmond 61 24 41 23 49 28 55 49 43 24 37 20 60 39 42 24 08 -02 82 63 65 58 43 27 77 50 46 23 34 27 49 35 68 57 48 33 51 32 35 18 51 27 .53 1.25 .08 rn cdy cdy clr cdy cdy clr cdy cdy cdy clr cdy clr cdy clr cdy rn cdy rn clr rn Sacramento St Louis Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Francisco San Juan,P.R. St Ste Marie Syracuse Tampa-St Ptrsbg Topeka Wilmlngton.Del. clr clr clr clr clr clr 75 39 41 30 45 24 65 47 .58 ee 49 72 47 86 75 .10 cdy 43 OB sn 40 24 cdy 71 41 cdy 34 31 .17 clr 48 33 sn National Temperature Extremes forThursday Low — 16 below zero at West Yellowstone, Mont. High -84 at Thermal, Calif. Winter weather continues to plague Midwest, South A storm dusted the Midwest and parts of the South today with snow after snapping power lines and closing schools in Arkansas. "There were people who planned to lay out in bikinis, and they're packing up their snow suits," said Donna Dickey, a University of Arkansas student whose spring break began today. The storm knocked out power to about 3,000 homes and businesses Thursday, Arkansas Power & Light Co. spokesman Charles Kelly said. Harrison, Ark., reported 22 inches of snow on the ground, while most northern parts of the state had 4 to 8 inches. Forecasters posted winter storm warnings for nothern Arkansas and western Kentucky. Snow advisories also were posted for southern Illinois, western Tennessee, southern Indiana, Ohio, northern West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania. Early today, snow fell across lower Michigan, southwest Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, southern and eastern Missouri and northwest Kentucky. Rain and snow fell across southeast Missouri and southwest Kentucky. Rain fell in western Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, Louisiana and eastern Texas. Where would you find colder temperatures, in Canada or the North Pole? In Canada Faces Charles Eulogizes Friend SANDHURST, England (AP) — Prince Charles and eight other members of Britain's royal family attended a funeral service for Charles' friend, Maj. Hugh Lindsay, who died in an avalanche that narrowly missed the prince. The 39-year-old heir to the throne read a eulogy in a steady voice during the service Thursday at the Royal Memorial Charles Chapel on the grounds of the Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst, west of London. Among the mourners were Lindsay's widow, Sarah, who is six months pregnant with their first child. The 34-year-old career army officer and former aide to Queen Elizabeth II was skiing with Charles off the main trail at Klosters in the Swiss Alps on March 10 when an avalanche struck. Charles and other members of the party skied clear and escaped injury, but Lindsay and another friend, Patti Palmer-Tomkinson, were swept away. Mrs. Palmer-Tomkinson survived with broken legs and lung injuries. Leg infection forces Davis to cancel Midwest concerts NEW YORK (AP) -Jazz trumpeter Miles Davis had to cancel concert tour stops in Chicago, Detroit and overseas after being hospitalized for treatment of a leg infection, his publicist said. Davis, 62, entered a New York City hospital, whose name was not disclosed, on March 3 and was expected to remain under treatment three more weeks, Terrie Williams said Thursday. Davis injured the leg in France, second stop on a tour that began in Italy. Dates in Chicago and Detroit and in Hawaii, New Zealand and Australia have been canceled, Williams said. Davis' condition was unrelated to a hip implant he received after a car accident in 1975, she said. Maine governor focus of scavenger hunt AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) - Gov. John McKernan Jr. has become a hunted man. Dozens of amateur photographers have flocked to the governor's mansion here hoping to get a shot of McKernan walking to his office at the Capitol as part of a scavenger hunt being sponsored by radio station WMME-FM. The photograph of Maine's chief executive on the hoof is one of several items needed to win.the $1,000 prize in "The Wild Moose Hunt." Others include a losing state lottery ticket, 92 signatures from 92 different people and an air-sickness bag from an airline. Some shutterbugs have waited up to two hours for the governor to appear since the contest was announced Tuesday. About 150 people showed up Thursday. "It wasn't our idea to have a picture in the scavenger hunt to include me, I can tell you that," said McKernan, who slipped out of the house 20 minutes early one day, prompting 15 late-comers to march to his office and ask for an impromptu walk. By that time, however, he had already left town for the day, his press secretary said. The scavenger hunt ends Saturday, but the governor's office announced he would give contestants one more chance to snap his picture between 7:40 a.m. and 8 a.m. today. Roth Roth s 'Counterlife' novel honored by Jewish magazine NEW YORK (AP)-Philip , „ Roth's novel "The Counterlife" has been honored by a Jewish magazine as the outstanding work of fiction with a Jewish theme in 1987. Present Tense, a bi-monthly magazine on Jewish affairs, also named Dan VittorioSegre's "Memoirs of a Fortunate Jew'' the outstanding work in the autobiography-biography category on Thursday. "The Transformation of German Jewry" by David Sorkin was named the outstanding work of 'history and Nehama Aschkenasy's "Eve's Journey" was honored in the category of religious thought. Author Cynthia Ozick was given a citation for lifetime literary achievement. The Present Tense-Joel H. Cavior Literary Awards were established nine years ago. Regan book on Reagan to give fresh insight' NEW YORK (AP) - A book by former White House chief of staff Donald R. Regan promising "fresh insight" into the Reagan administration will be out nine months earlier than planned, its publisher announced. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich said in a statement Thursday that Regan delivered the manuscript of "For the Record: From Wall Street to Washington," last week and it would be in stores by May 16. The book had been scheduled to come out in September but was pushed ahead based "on the revelations and scope" of the manuscript, the publisher said. Harcourt Brace Jovanovich paid $1 million for the publishing rights. The book "offers fresh insight into the dynamics of the Reagan White House, including revelations concerning the unorthodox factors that influence the decision-making process," the statement said. Gordy, Atkins, Hobbs win country music awards LOS ANGELES (AP)-Bass player Emory Gordy Jr., guitarist Chel. Atkins and keyboardist John Hobbs have won their second consecutive Academy of Country Music awards in instrumental categories. Drummer Archie Francis won his 11 th trophy, and fiddler Johnny Gimble and steel guitarist J.D. Maness each won their 10th trophies to lead other winners in ballots cast by the 2,500-member academy. The winners were announced Thursday by academy Executive Director Bill Boyd; trophies will be presented during the 23rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards on Monday in Buena Park. David Hungate tied Gordy in the bass category, Ronnie Milsap tied Hobbs in the keyboard category, and Ricky Skaggs, who plays mandolin, tied with Jerry Douglas, who plays the dobro, in the specialty instrument category. Lites St. Patricks Day birth is third for family NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y. (AP) - Angela Patricia Schembeck's birth made it a hat trick for the Schembeck family. She became the third-generation St. Patrick's Day baby of the clan that traces its roots to Ireland. Thursday was her father's 23rd birthday and his father's 47th birthday. "It's a miracle. It's absolutely incredible,'' said the baby's father, Kevin Schembeck. "This is the best birthday present we could have ever received." Angela arrived three days late at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. The Schembecks, all of College Park, were celebrating in the nursery with a birthday cake baked by the baby's grandmother. "My mom baked the cake yesterday so it only has my dad's name and mine on it,'' said Schembeck. "We'll have to add Angela's name to it from now on. "What makes this so overwhelming is that it was all natural; nothing was used to stimulate the labor, "he said. The baby's mother, Doreen, 22, said that when the birth went past the due date she had a feeling that the baby would be born on the 17th. DRIPPING FAUCETS WASTE MONEY! For Repairs or Replacements CALL 753-3790 JIM DAVIDSON BSM Plumbing & Heating Gas Grill PARTS Weber, Jacuzzi, Chorbroil & Warm Morning Gas Grills. plus PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR MOST BRANDS 1020 E. MAIN LOGANSPORT 753-2758 CORNER PUB 17th & Erie "PAN HANDLE" Friday March 18th 9:30 to 1:30 "COUNTRY GENTLEMAN" Saturday March 19th 9:30 to 1:30 Mexican Food Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 4:00-11.-00p.m. Bryant Plus 90 Natural Gas Furnace •Over 97% Efficient •Whisper Quiet Operation •Limited Lifetime Warranty Buy Now And Receive a $ 200.00 Cash Rebate OFFER ENDS 6-10-88 JUST CALL 753-6471 bruant "We Sell The Best and Service The Rest" SAM'S INC. 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