Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 25, 1988 · Page 8
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 8

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 25, 1988
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PageS Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, March 25, 1988 TODAY'S WEATHER [~] Temperatures Today 49 High 71 Recorded 2:26 p.m. Thursday .47 Low Recorded 7:41 a.m. today n wind Today 5 Direction W Wind chill..... 48 Peak gust 28mph Recorded 4 p.m. Thursday j Barometer Today 29.77 Change/Hour 0.00 High 29.94 Recorded 8:58 a.m. today Low 29.58 Recorded 2:39 a.m. today city HI Lo Preclp Evansvllle 76 52 0.00 Indianapolis 74 59 o.OO Fort Wayne 71 52 1.14 South Bend gg 47 g.45 Lafayette 73 45 o.38 Terre Haute 74 54 o.OO n Today 0.26 inches Month 1.33 inches Today's readings taken at 9 a.m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 9 a.m. yesterday. 1-2: Tonight partly cloudy. Cooler. Low 40 to 45. West wind 10 mph. Saturday partly cloudy with the 30 percent chance of showers. Much cooler with the high 45 to 50. 3-6: Tonight partly cloudy. Cooler with the low near 40. West wind 10 mph. Saturday partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Much cooler with the high 45 to 50. 4-5-7; Tonight partly cloudy. Cooler with the low near 40. West wind 10 mph. Saturday partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Much cooler. High 45 to 50. 8-9-12: Tonight partly cloudy. Cooler with the low around 40. West wind 10 mph. Saturday partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Much cooler with the high 50 to 55. 10-13: Tonight partly cloudy. Cooler with the low around 40, West wind 10 mph. Saturday partly cloudy with the chance of showers. Much cooler with the high 50 to 55. Chance of showers 30 percent. 11-14-15: Tonight partly cloudy. Cooler. Low 40 to 45. West wind 10 mph. Saturday partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers. Not Quite So Cold This afternoon skies will be partly sunny across (he state with the mercury reaching the 60s. Tonight cooler with the overnight low in the lower to middle 40s. It will be much cooler Saturday with temperatures 45 to 50 north and 55 to 60 south, with a chance of showers. Sunday through Tuesday: Mostly clear and cool Sunday. Increasing clouds Monday and a chance of showers Tuesday. Warmer Monday and Tuesday. Highs in the 50s Sunday and 60s Monday and Tuesday. Lows in the 30s Sunday and mid 30s to mid 40s Monday and Tuesday. FRONTS: RAIN SHOWERS Map snows maximum temperatures. Alfcany.N.Y. Albuquerque Amarlllo Anchorage Asnevllle Atlanta Baltimore Birmingham Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington, Vt. Casper Charleston,S.C. Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia,S.C. Columbus,0nlo Hi Lo Pro Otlk B1 41 .12 rn 53 n rn 48 27 cdy 85 57 cdy 43 20 cdy 71 42 cdy 76 53 cdy 85 51 .18 cdy 79 4B rn 76 52 cdy Denver Des Molnes Detroit Du.luth El Paso Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids •Helena Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Jackson.Mies. Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Vegas Little nock Loa Angeles Louisville Lubbock clr Memphis Miami Beach Midland-Odessa Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk.Va. North Platte Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland,Maine .06 cdy ; ,\" "''£'''*££'•,;"$ pSr?*! --f $ C IB'' -jS '^>:ffV- ? J%tl*ii«iJ : ..-.'.a... !•;.'.';:• ,1 !-Afe-/t &j»,jft.. j. National Temperature Extremes Low — 4 degrees above zero at Yellowstone, Wyo. High-Mat Thermal, Calif. Tornadoes start in Texas; rain lines cold front Thunderstorms pelted parts of Texas and Arkansas early today with large hail and destructive winds, while a tornado damaged houses and injured a man in Missouri. Showers and thunderstorms lined a cold front that extended from eastern Wisconsin through the middle Mississippi Valley into Louisiana. The strongest thunderstorms were scattered from Arkansas into Louisiana. The tornado tore through Texas County, Mo., Thursday evening, damaging 10 houses and injuring a man when the side of his home blew out. He was treated for cuts in Texas County Memorial Hospital, an ambulance official said, Officials said the tornado cut a 12-mile path through the south-central Missouri county, trapping a family in their home until rescue workers freed them unharmed. Jim and Barbara Maples of rural Nixa, Mo., said they jumped out of their mobile home jusi minutes before winds tore off the top. "I just hung on to the pickup and (Jim) said, 'there goes the roof,'" said Mrs. Maples. ILL Another name for a high pressure system Faces Not like that in Vietnam Angela Banebrake, 10, Longfellow The former Armed Forces Radio disc jockey portrayed by Robin Williams in the hit movie "Good Morning, Vietnam" says Hollywood distorted his original idea for a screenplay and his life. "No, I did not try to meet girls on street corners. No, I did not teach American slang to the Vietnamese. No, I was not thrown out of Vietnam and to my knowledge, no Vietnamese friends of mine were Viet Cong,'' Adrian Cronauer told students Wednesday at Mississippi State University. But he praised Williams' performance, which has been nominated for an Academy Award. Cronauer, 49, a law student at the University of Pennslyvania, bellowed "Goooood Mooooorning, Vietnam" at the beginning of his popular "Dawn Buster" 1965 Saigon radio show. His trademark sign-on was adopted by succeeding Saigon DJs, including "Wheel Of Fortune" host Pat Sajak. Don't measure families against television life Families should avoid measuring themselves against their television counterparts, who generally are beautiful people in dazzling situation far removed from reality, actress Meredith Baxter-Birney says. "You'll never come out on top," said Ms. Baxter-Birney, who plays Elyse Keaton on NBC's "Family Ties." The lifestyles portrayed on TV Birney are so "outside the realm of the average person that inevitably unconscious comparisons are made," she told Wilson College students Wednesday. "Maybe kids would like their own families better if they weren't comparing them to the ones on TV,"she said. David Stockman switches to a new investment firm NEW YORK (AP) - David A. Stockman, the former White House budget director, is leaving the investment firm Salomon Bros, to join its smaller rival Blackstone Group, it was announced Thursday. Stockman, 41, a managing director at Salomon since leaving the White House in 1985, will handle all merchant banking activities and merger transactions for the Blackstone Group, the company said. "My experience at Salomon was absolutely agreeable," Stockman said. "There's one thing I couldn't do there, which is have my own shop." His departure from Salomon comes against a background of turmoil within the venerable investment firm, a partial result of the uncertain outlook for Wall Street in the aftermath of the stock market crash five months ago. Several other high-ranking executives also have quit Salomon recently. Ryan White honored in Omaha ceremony Teen-age AIDS victim Ryan White will attend "Ryan White Day" activities this week in Omaha, Neb., and also will visit Council Bluffs, Iowa. Ryan, 16, and his mother, Jeanne White, will visit Father Flannigan's Boys Town on Friday in Omaha before speaking at a forum on AIDS and AIDS education, The Indianapolis Star reported Thursday. \\\ White In Council Bluffs, Ryan will visit a children's home. Ryan's efforts to attend school even though he carries the AIDS virus divided the community of Kokomo. 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