Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 28, 1988 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Monday, March 28, 1988
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Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 28, 1988 TODAY'S WEATHER Q Temperatures Today 48 High Recorded 3:45 p.m. Sunday Low Recorded 1:19a.m. Sunday QWind Today .51 .31 Direction SE Wind chill 48 Peak gust 27mph Recorded 7:34 p.m. Saturday Barometer Today 30.09 Steady Change/Hour 0.00 High 30.15 Recorded 5:06a.m. today Low 29.88 Recorded 9 a.m. Tuesday Rainfall Today 0.00 inches Month 1.33 inches Today's readings taken at 9a.m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 7 p.m. Saturday. City HI Lo Prec Evansvllle 61 30 0.00 Indianapolis 52 30 0.00 FortWayne 48 32 0.00 South Bend 45 31 0.00 Lafayette 53 31 0.00 Terre Haute 54 29 0,00 1-2-4: Tonight partly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of thundershowers after midnight. Low 50 to 55. Breezy with a south wind 15 mph. Tuesday thunderstorms likely and windy. Warmer with the high 60 to 65. Chance of rain 60 percent. 3-6: Tonight partly cloudy with the low near 50. Breezy with a south wind 15 mph. Tuesday a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms and windy. Partly sunny and warmer. High 60 to 65. 5-7: Tonight partly cloudy with the low 50 to 55. A 30 percent chance of thundershowers after midnight. Breezy with a south wind 15 mph. Tuesday thunderstorms likely and windy. Partly cloudy and warmer. High in the middle to upper 60s. Chance of rain 60 percent. 8-9-11-12: Tonight partly cloudy with the low in the middle 50s. Breezy with a south wind 15 mph. Tuesday a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms and windy. Partly sunny and warmer. High near 70. 10-13: Tonight partly cloudy with the low 50 to 55. Breezy with a south wind 15 mph. Tuesday windy and warmer. Chuck Mullitt, 7, Franklin § ?Ei£I^™^; : f ^ -:~~ fatfm&f^'"^' . : .'T.:,''.'- Skies will be partly cloudy across Indiana tonight as a cold front from the upper plains to northwest Iowa and western Kansas moves toward the state, the National Weather Service said. This front may trigger some thundershowers in the northwest alter midnight. Low temperatures will be in the 50s by daybreak Tuesday. Thunderstorms will develop and spread into Indiana Tuesday as the cold front pushed into the state. Highs will be from the lower 60s to the middle 70s. Showers and thunderstorms are likely Wednesday with lows in the 60s with highs from the mid 60s to low 70s. The outlook for Thursday is clearing and cooler, then rain developing south and mostly clear north Friday. Lows both days from the low 30s north to mid 30s and highs from the upper 40s to the mid 50s are forecast. Wednesday through Friday: Showers and thunderstorms likely Wednesday. Lows in the 50s with highs from the mid 60s to low 70s. Clearing and cooler Thursday. Rain developing south and mostly clear north Friday. Lows both days from the low 30s north to mid 30s, highs from the upper 40s to the mid 50s. 30 FRONTS: pWarm pCold • Static P Occluded 60 60 Map shows maximum temperatures. Albany,N.Y. Albuquerque Anwtllo Anchorage Aahevllle Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burllngton.Vt. Casper Chafleston.S.C. Charlotte,N.C. HI Lo 50 34 82 45 80 56 36 24 BO 27 68 46 X 38 78 68 53 32 58 25 72 42 63 34 45 27 59 35 83 71 42 30 49 27 63 15 77 55 87 38 Prc Otlk cdy clr clr cdy clr clr cdy rn clr .08 cdy cdy cdy .03 cdy .01 clr cdy .05 cdy .18 cdy cdy clr clr Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbia,S.C. Columbus,Ohio Concord.N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton Denver Dea Molrtes Detroit Duluth El Paso Evansvllle Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids Helena Honolulu 88 25 51 38 .03 50 32 41 25 .01 72 34 41 26 54 26 81 67 44 30 78 31 72 58 43 29 29 25 86 63 81 41 29 11 47 33 .03 67 33 37 24 41 26 86 71 cdy rn cety cdy clr cdy cdy rn cdy cdy rn an an clr cdy cdy cdy clr an cdy cdy Houston Indianapolis Jackson,Miss. Jacksonville Juneau Kansas City Las Veoas Little Rock Los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach Midland-Odessa Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk,Va. North Plane 74 66 52 36 78 47 81 45 41 33 77 62 68 50 71 47 82 60 58 37 82 60 73 54 7t 73 83 57 40 32 49 44 64 37 78 51 58 34 66 41 84 37 .18 rn cdy clr cdy rn rn clr rn clr rn .01 clr cdy .03 cdy .55 clr rn .03 rn cdy cdy clr clr cdy Snow again in Rockies; thunderstorms in Midwest Snow showers were scattered over the eastern Great Lakes region today, while a strong storm system over the northern and central Plains brought a return of winter weather to the northern Rockies. Meanwhile, springlike thunderstorms developed Sunday over the High Plains of Texas and across South Dakota in the warmer air ahead of the storm system. Wind gusts of 60 mph were clocked Sunday night in the northern mountain ranges and Mojave area of California. Strong winds also hit the Plains, gusting to 61 mph late Sunday evening at Goodland, Kan., and to 59 mph at La Junta, Colo., as colder air poured into the region. Warm, southerly winds ahead of the cold front gusted to 63 mph at Gage, Okla., and to 62 mph at Garden City, Kan. Temperatures across much of western Nebraska, northeast Colorado and northwest Kansas plummeted 25 to 40 degrees in a six-hour period late Sunday. Readings ranged from the low 30s to upper 40s early today. Winter storm watches covered the Colorado Rockies, southeast Wyoming, western Nebraska and northwest Kansas today and tonight. True or False: if March comes in like a lion, it will go oul like a lamb and vice versa? Faces False, this is folklore and has no scientific bases Still some life left in J.R. "Dallas" star Larry Hagman says that 10 years after the television series began, double-dealing oilman J.R. Ewing still has a few years of treachery and lechery left. "I would have thought by now 'Dallas' would have petered out somewhat. But I hope we get a couple more years out of it," Hagman said in an article in this „ week's People magazine. Hagman "I know a lot of TV actors get trapped in a hit show," said Hagman, who first brought J.R. to life April 2,1978, on CBS-TV. "Maybe I'm lazy, but I'm happy doing what I'm doing. But Hagman, 56, said even J.R. can't live forever. "Sooner or later 'Dallas will ride off into the sunset, just like everything else. But whatever happens, I know what I want on J.R. 's tombstone. It should say: 'Here lies upright citizen J.R. Ewing. This is the only deal he ever lost'.'" Sills moved by personal experience to raise funds Opera star Beverly Sills says she became involved with the March of Dimes after her own children suffered from birth defects and she wondered "Why | them?" "In order to make progress we | had to ask, 'Why them?'" Ms., Sills, who chairs the March of Dimes' 50th anniversary celebration, told a Nashville newspaper. Ms. Sills, now general director of the New York City Opera, said in the Sunday edition of The Tennessean that she and her husband, Peter Greenough, never asked "Why me?" '"Why me?' is a lot of self-pity. 'Why them?' is a genuine desire to see that it doesn't happen to others. It helps you concentrate and move on," she said. Sills The couple's daughter, Meredith Greenough, 28, is deaf, and son, Peter Greenough Jr., 26, is autistic, retarded and epileptic. King's daughter follows in her father's footsteps Bernice A. King, daughter of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., has become the first of the third generation of Kings licensed to preach at Ebenezer Baptist Church. "It almost makes you believe preaching is hereditary," said Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, a Congregational minister who worked with her father. "So many of her mannerisms and so much of her style is so much like her daddy, it was a very emotional occasion for me." Billy Carter hoping for health comeback Billy Carter, the outspokenl younger brother of former Pres-| idcntJimmy Carter, says he has returned to religion and hasn't, j had a beer since 1979. **w Carter, 51, was diagnosed in' September as having pancreatic i cancer, a disease fatal to morel than 95 percent of its victims. His sister Ruth and his father/ both died of pancreatic cancer. But Carter remains hopeful after a bile-duct operation at Emory University in Atlanta and six weeks of radiation and chemotherapy. "We'll know in a couple of months," he told People magazine in an article published this week. "Whatever is going to come is going to come." In the meantime, he spends his days at his home in Plains, Ga., and has resolved to just "live a normal life and do what I want to do." He plays Scrabble with his wife and bones up on the World Almanac "so my children will think I'm smart." CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and families for the lovely day we had on our 40th wedding anniversary and for the many cards and gifts we received. Geo E. and Mary Troutman IN MEMORY OF Elsie DePoy Mar. 28,1985 MOM A heart of gold stopped beating, Two shining eyes at rest, God broke our hearts to prove he only takes the best. God knew you had to leave us, but you did not go alone, for part of us went with you, the day God took you home: Daughters and families | WATER HEATER PROBLEMS? | j For Replacement or Repairs i [ CALL 753-3790 ' I JIM DAVIDSON I | B&M Plumbing & Heating j HAT PARTY! Thurs., Mar. 31 Dig Out Your Favorite Hat & Join Our Party. Prizes For: Biggest, Smallest, Funniest Hats, etc. DOOR PRIZES DJ Starts at 8:30 Ugly Bartender Contest Starts Mar. 28 thru Apr. 25 25C a Veto, All Money Goes to Multiple Sclerosis Let's Get Ugly! Watch lor Ugly Events in the coming weeks. 722-3004 US 24 W at Bowlmor OBEDIENCE CLASSES Starting April 2,1988 PAT FRY - 753-6420 STYLE ATTRACTION SALON Full Family Service OPEN WON. THROUGH SAT. We carry NEXUS products' 722-1361 927 Erie Ave. Q 'The New Name To Say for Ingersoll Case Garden Tractors" •Parts*Sdes»Service DEI TOII'C UWNMOWtR VnlVm 9 SALES* SERVICE 18th A Pottawotomio«753-2737 ELKS CAFE UNCHEON Tuesday thru Friday 11 AM to 1:30 PM Soup Lunch Specials of the Day! Tues. Beef Manhattan Wed. Pino Quiche Thur. Egg Foo Yong Fri. Salmon Patties -Also Available Shrimp & Chef Salads* Don't forget Wednesday Night-Breasted Chicken 430 North St. Logansport Gas Grill PARTS Weber, Jacuzzi, Charbroil & Worm Morning Gas Grills. plus PARTS & ACCESSORIES FOR MOST BRANDS 1020 E. MAIN LOGANSPORT 753-2758 Crystal Flash Combo t We Accept Food Stamp, 801 N. 3rd Street Pepsi products 2 Liters KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS COUNCIL 561 TUESDAY NIGHT 5:30-7:30 BROASTED CHICKEN to order 1007-17th St., Logansport Soft Twist (DINNER! 1WBELL 1 Lb. lunchmeot Pockngei AndHotDogj*! 5 ' Save S 3" On5lb - s,b f J ID . Sausage CORN KING Bacon WILSON Savory Bacon DINNER BUI lOlb. Smoked Sausage *14" 8 Packs 99 Fresh Sausage Pickle loaf or Mac 1 Cheeie loaf Smokey Unlit ECKRICH Hotdoai *|" ECKRICH ?*'*, $1" Fronki I Bologna Turkey Bologna Honey Style or Ham Loaf DINNER BELL Country Stort Bacon 32oi. Travel Mug Ruffles 09 Prairl* Formi Newtro 2% Milk </i Gallons Oleo

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