PageS Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 24, 1988 TODAY'S WEATHER ] Temperatures Today 55 High 74 Recorded 2:06 p.m. Wednesday .51 Low Recorded 1:09a.m. today Q Wind Today 4 Direction SW Wind chill 52 Peak gust 38mph Recorded 11:20 p.m. Wednesday ^ Barometer Today 29.93 Change/Hour 0.01 High 29.96 Recorded 12:26 a.m. today Low 29.85 Recorded 2:22 p.m. Wednesday ] Rainfall Today 0.95 inches Month 1.07 inches Today's readings taken al 9 a.m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 9 a.m. yesterday. L^ City Evansville — Indianapolis.. Fort Wayne .. South Bend .. Lafayette Terre Haute.. Hi Lo Prec .. 78 44 0.00 .. 73 46 0.00 .. 74 40 0.00 .. 70 45 0.00 .. 75 53 0.00 .. 75 51 0.00 1-2-4: Tonight thunderstorms likely. A few may be strong. Low in the lower 50s. South winds 10 to 20 mph. Likelihood of rain 70 percent. Friday showers and scattered thunderstorms. Cooler. High near 60. Probability of rain 90 percent, 3-6: Tonight thunderstorms likely. A few may be strong. Low in the lower 50s. South winds 10 to 20 mph. Likelihood of rain 70 percent. Friday showers and scattered thunderstorms. Cooler. High near 60. Probability of rain 90 percent. 5-7: Tonight thunderstorms likely. A few may be strong. Low 50 to 55. South winds 10 to 20 mph. Likelihood of rain 60 percent. Friday showers and scattered thunderstorms. Cooler with the high in the lower 60s. Probability of rain 90 percent. 8-9-10-13: Tonight showers and a few thundershowers possible. Low in the middle 50s. South winds 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 50 percent. Friday showers and scattered thundershowers. Cooler. High 60 to 65. Probability of rain 90 percent. Brad Miehael,8,Franklin Strong thunderstorms are possible over northern Indiana tonight, the National Weather Service said. Forecasters also said showers and a few thunderstorms will invade the entire state by Friday as a cold front associated with the storm sweeps through Indiana. The showers are part of a stalled cold front expected to push back north. The rain will be gone by Saturday but couid reappear Monday. The outlook for Sunday is mostly sunny. It will be mild Saturday through Monday with highs ranging from the 50s in the north to the 60s south. Lows will be in the 40s statewide Saturday and in the mid 30s to mid 40s Sunday and Monday. Saturday through Monday: Partly cloudy on Saturday, mostly sunny on Sunday and a chance of showers on Monday. Mild each day with highs ranging from the 50s in the north to the 60s in the south. 40 FROKTS: Warm 'Cold i Static Occluded SNOW SHOWERS 70 Map shows maximum temperatures. Albuquerque Amarlilo Anchorafle Ashevllle Atlanta Baltimore Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charlotte,N.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus.Ohlo Denver Detroit Fairbanks Honolulu HI Lo 74 37 70 42 38 25 68 29 69 46 57 27 48 25 78 85 73 30 70 41 80 29 68 50 76 53 73 37 74 42 73 30 73 32 20 02 83 70 Prc Otlk clr clr cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy rn cdy cdy rn rn rn rn cdy rn .02 cdy .03 clr Houston Jacksonville Juneau Las Vegas Los Angeles Louisville Milwaukee Mpla-St Paul Nashville New York City Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh St Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco San Juan.P.R. Seattle Shreveport 75 62 72 56 45 31 81 50 71 56 78 54 62 46 51 31 74 53 49 30 57 30 90 60 75 34 75 57 87 38 70 52 84 53 85 73 52 43 71 56 rn cdy rn clr clr rn rn rn rn cdy cdy clr rn cdy clr clr .04 clr .01 cdy .48 rn ,20 cdy Spokane 50 37 .21 cdy Wichita 68 50 clr Wllkes-Barre 55 25 cdy Wilmington,Del. 53 30 cdy National Temperature Extremes for Wednesday Low —3atPellerVt, High - 98at Palm Springs Calif. STORMY Winds pick up in Rockies; Rain in the Midwest High winds and snow today buffeted mountain areas of Wyoming and Colorado, which braced for gusts up to 80 mph and more than a foot of snow from a fast-moving cold front. Strong winds blew through sections of South Dakota, California, Washington state, the Midwest, and the East Coast. Showers and thundershowers fell in much of the Midwest. A warning for heavy snow was issued for the northern mountains of Colorado, where 8 to 14 inches was expected. The snow and winds predicted to hit 80 mph were expected to create blizzard conditions. An advisory for snow and blowing snow was posted for the mountains of southeastern Wyoming, where 4 to 8 inches was expected. On Wednesday, the front spawned 80 mph winds in the Northwest, forcing Army officials to cancel military helicopter flights and training with anti-tank missiles at the Yakima Firing Center in central Washington. Up to 18 inches of snow fell Wednesday in the Cascade Range, and a snow advisory remained in effect for the mountains. The high winds have been blamed for the death of a 15-year-old Portland girl, who was struck by falling trees. What is the coldest March Temperature for the lower 48 states? Fifty degrees below zero in Snake River, Wyoming, March 17,1906 Faces Well, it had two big horns "Moonlighting" stars Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis were left speechless by the 2V 2 -week scriptwriters' strike, but filled a five-minute gap in their latest Shepherd Willis script by rocking to the tune of' 'Wooly Bully.'' Miss Shepherd and Willis kicked and sang along as Curtis Armstrong, who plays novice detective Bert Viola, danced about in a pharaoh's outfit, mouthing the words to the 1965 song by Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs. The script for Tuesday night's ABC-TV show was written before the Writers Guild of America struck March 7. But when it was filmed last week, the producers discovered it fell about five minutes short. So the cast improvised. Malcolm becomes baron, but won't use title Malcolm Forbes, the American multimillionaire publisher of Forbes Magazine, has bought himself a barony connected to Clan Forbes of Scotland and can add a title his name if he likes, says Burke's Peerage. "Mr. Forbes can apply to the Scottish Court of Chivalry in Edinburgh for a coat of arms, which I think he is going to do," Harold Brooks-Baker, publishing director of the British bluebloods' guide, said Wednesday. "The title is connected to land in Aberdeenshire and Mr. Forbes can call himself Malcom Forbes of Barnes — which I think would be the more elegant — or Forbes of Barnis-Forbes or Baron Forbes of Barnes," Brooks-Baker said. Forbes Ted gets new contract; to produce own shows NEW YORK (AP) - "Nightline" anchor Ted Koppel has agreed to a long-term contract that will keep him at ABC News but allow him to produce his own prime-time programs, a newspaper reported today. Koppel had been working without a contract since last year, and there was spculation he might leave ABC to start his own production company to make a syndicated version of "Nightline," according to The New York Times. He has anchored the late-night program since it started in 1980 and has been linked to its success largely through his diplomatic yet confrontational interviewing style. Under the new arrangement, Koppel will get similar benefits as he has now, with ABC agreeing to broadcast "Nightline" five nights a week. In addition, Koppel will get his own production company, which will produce each year at least four hour-long news programs to air in prime-time. Ted Koppel Wine was good, label better SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The wine in the $3,200 bottle was an acclaimed 1984 merlot, but there was something even rarer about the C u v a i s o n magnum that Warhol CORNER PUB 17th & Erie "GREEN RIVER" Fri., Mar. 25 & Sot., Mar. 26 9:30 to 1:30 FRIDAY till 8:30 p.m. ALL-U-CAM-EAT CATFISH FIUETS-FF& SLAW $ 5.25 Mexican Food Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 4:00-llrOOp.m. Texan Steven Schwartz bought at a recent Dallas charity auction. The grape art label on the Napa Valley wine was believed to be the first work designed for wine by the pop art pioneer Andy Warhol, who died last year in New York at age 58. Warhol donated the art to the Cuvaison winery in the late 1970s, It is a striking, stylized vision of what, Warhol thought nature should have made grapes look like: the six grapes are in hues of red and deep green. The label, which was placed on just 84 bottles, has Warhol's name cut in above the art. It was designed and completed last year by artist Channing Rudd. "Warhol did many commercial things, but basically Warhol was a fine artist," said Rudd. "He was a painter who experimented with silk-screening and avant- garde techniques." KNIGHTS OF CHUMBUS Council 561 FRIDAY 5:30-8:30 BROASTED PORK CHOPS FROG LEGS, & REGULAR MENU 1007- 17th St. Logansport Master Mason's Degree Royal Center Lodge If 0.585 F&AM Royal Center, IN. 7PM,Sat.,March26, 1988 David Moorehouse W.M. All Master Masons invited. COLLINS' MEATS Eastgate Plaza We Accept food Stamps 753-544-3 ORK CHOPS. . . Boneless Savory 1AM.. . . Mi Stjlt CHOPPED ( '$' Extra Lean iROUND CHUCK . $' $ 1 9 C 29 29 39 TOs ormoie GROUND BEEF Regular SPARE RIBS . 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