Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 30, 1988 · Page 12
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 12

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, March 30, 1988
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Page 12 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 30, 1988 ]] Temperatures Today 38 High 63 Recorded 11:27 a.m. Tuesday Low 34 Recorded2:20a.m. today 1 Wind Today 5 Direction NW Wind chill 27 Peak gust 36mph Recorded 11:59 p.m. Tuesday ] Barometer Today 30.18 Rising Change/Hour 0.02 INDIANA TEMPERATURES TODAY'S WEATHER 'Hee Haw' celebrates 20 years High 30.19 Recorded 9 a.m. today Low 29.85 Recorded 11:26 p.m. Tuesday 3 Rainfall Today 0.57 inches Moiith 2.04 inches Today's readings taken at 9 a.m. today. Highs and lows recorded since last reading at 9a.m. yesterday. City . HI Lo Free Evanavllle 71 56 0.18 Indianapolis 66 52 0.34 Fort Wayne '. 63 52 0.32 South Bend 56 41 0.12 Lafayette 64 52 0.60 TerreHaute 59 55 1.24 Zones 1-2-3-4-54 Tonight clear and cool. Low near 30. Light wind. Thursday increasing clouds with the high in the upper 50s. Zones 7 Tonight clear and cool. Low in the middle 30s. Light wind. Thursday Increasing clouds with the high 60 to 85. Zones 8-HO-11-12-13 Tonight mostly clear and cool. Low in the middle 30s. Northeast wind 5 mph. Thursday Increasing clouds with a 30 percent chance of rain in the afternoon. High in the lower 60s. Zones 14-15 Tonight partly cloudy with the low around 40. Northeast wind 5 to 10 mph. Thursday mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain. High in the lower 60s. r v Karla Keener,9,Fairview Skies will remain clear over northern Indiana tonight, but clouds will be on the increase in the south, the National Weather Service said. Temperatures will be cool overnight with lows mostly in the 30s. Rain Is a possibility over the southern half of the state Thursday as low pressure develops over the southwestern United States. Rain is likely central and south and it will be cloudy with a chance of rain north Friday and Saturday. Lows from the upper 30s to the tow 50s and highs from the upper 60s to mid 70s are forecast. The outlook for Sunday is for thundershowers with lows from the low 40s to low 50s and highs from the upper 50s to upper 60s. Friday through Sunday: Rain likely central and south, cloudy with a chance of rain north Friday and Saturday. Lows from the upper 30s to the low 50s, highs from the upper 50s to mid 70s. Thundershowers likely Sunday. Lows from the low 40s to low 50s, highs from the upper 50s to upper 80s. Map shows maximum temperatures. Temperatures Indicate previous day's high »nd overnight low to 8 a.m. EST. Albany.N.Y. Albuquerque Amarlllo Anchorage Atlanta Atlantic City Austin Baltimore Boston Brownsville Buffalo Burlington,Vt, Caiper Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Coiumbli.S.C HI Lo 57 29 55 34 53 33 38 31 79 58 54 44 72 42 70 45 « 35 85 55 1 78 62 50 36 42 17 57 32 77 38 77 52 80 45 Pro Otlk cdy cdy clr .02 cdy rn cdy .11 cdy cdy clr .06 cdy cdy cdy sn .87 cdy .02 rn .01 cdy cdy Columbus.Onlo Concord.N.H. Dallas-Ft Worth Dayton El Paso Evansvllle Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff Grand Rapids Honolulu Houston Indianapolis Los Angeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis Miami Beach Midland-Odessa Milwaukee Mpls-St Paul 77 43 58 25 71 35 72 37 84 36 71 35 36 23 37 22 56 28 54 33 88 72 78 48 86 38 81 5fl 78 40 57 34 74 38 76 73 88 34 54 31 41 21 .02 cdy clr .82 rn .07 rn clr .28 cdy cdy cdy cdy .86 clr clr .06 rn .41 cdy clr rn clr .45 rn cdy clr .38 cdy cdy Nashville New Orleans New York City Norfolk, Va. North Platte Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Portland.Malne Portland,Ore. Providence Raleigh Rapid City Reno Richmond Sacramento St Louis Salt Lake City Showers and thunderstorms dampened a broad area from the Great Lakes to the lower Mississippi Valley today after 50-mph winds toppled a tree into a Louisiana mobile home, killing a 2-year-old boy. Snow fell on northern Illinois, parts of Wisconsin, southeast Idaho and northwest Wyoming, One to 3 inches of snow was reported in southeast Wisconsin, and up to 2 inches at Rockford, III., late Tuesday. The heaviest rainstorms were moving from western Alabama into southeast Louisiana on the heels of showers and thunderstorms that struck Louisiana on Tuesday afternoon and evening with high winds and a tornado. The winds knocked a large tree into a mobile home near Baslrop in northeast Louisiana, pinning 2-year-old Orlando White and his 3-year-old sister, Shahonda, in a recliner chair, said Police Chief Stan Neathery. Orlando died at a hospital, Neathery said. Shahonda was treated for leg injuries and released. The tornado touched down in central Louisiana, near Bunkie, destroying two brick homes and injuring a 76-year-old woman. Storm kills Louisiana boy^™*™**^™**^ snowfalls in Illinois bo*5....the* The tilt of the earth's axis along with the earth's movement around the sun OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) —Country musicians Buck Owens and Roy Clark will be reunited tonight as "01' Pickin' and Grinnin'" for a 20th anniversary celebration of "Hee Haw." Owens left the syndicated television show three years ago to pursue other business interests. Clark remained as host of the program, joined by other country music stars as co-hosts. "It's great to have him (Owens) back," Clark said Tuesday after appearing before the Oklahoma Senate to accept a resolution naming March 30 as "Hee Haw Country Music and Entertainment Day." Sam Lovullo, the producer of the program, said 104 entertainers are scheduled to participate in the show, including Roy Acuf f, Minnie Pearl, George Jones, Kenny Rogers, Conway Twitty, Mel Tillis and Loretta Lynn. Young British royals enjoy their tour of horrors LONDON (AP) — The two young sons of Prince Charles encountered the likenesses of some their most violent royal ancestors during a visit to an exhibition of horrors. William, 5, and Henry, 3, went on an hour-long tour of the converted warehouse known as the London Dungeon on Tuesday accompanied by two detectives and a governess. The princes saw life-size models of Charles I, who tried to rule Parliament and was beheaded; King Henry VIII, who had two of his six wives . beheaded; and Henry's Catholic daughter Mary Tudor, who burned her Protestant subjects at the stake. The boys, whose father is heir to the British throne "seemed to enjoy their hour or so with us,'' said the museum's promotion manager Peter Jay. U.S. ambassador fails to get Grand Ole Opry NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Joe M. Rodgers, the U.S. ambassador to France, had hoped to arrange for the Grand Ole Opry to perform at his Fourth of July bash in Paris, bu he may have to settle for a jazz combo. "We had hoped to get some R nf f square dancers or doggers or Kouge rs such from Opryland for the annual July 4th celebration at the embassy, but the idea is falling through because that is the busiest time of year for Opryland," said Rodgers, a successful contractor and Nashville native. The embassy throws a July 4th party every year, according to embassy officials. About 1,800 people attended the festivities last year. Andrews plays King Edward in upcoming CBS movie RADNOR, Pa. (AP) — Anthony Andrews, the costar of a forthcoming CBS movie about King Edward VIII's romance with a commoner, started life poor but married well and now rubs shoulders with royalty. Andrews plays the English king who abdicated for love and created a pre-World War II constitutional crisis in "The Woman He Loved." Jane Seymour portrays Wallis Simpson, the American divorcee he married. Known to American viewers for his starring role in the Masterpiece Theater series, "Brideshead Revisited," Andrews grew up in a part of London he describes as'' lower middle class and stable working class," TV Guide says in itsApril2issue: His life took another turn when he married actress Georgina Simpson, heiress to a department store fortune. They have a country house in Hampshire, horses and three children, Despite his affection for the royal family — Princess Anne is godmother to his youngest child, Amy-Samantha — Andrews is disdainful of Edward, who later became the Duke of Windsor. "It was an extraordinary thing to do — to have decided to throw all our heritage to the wind and upset the constitution of the country," he said. Turner's new network will be free of 'sleazy sex' LOS ANGELES (AP) - Cable TV operator Ted Turner says his new 24-hour television network will be free of "sleazy sex" when it begins operation next fall. "It's a new project. That makes it kind of exciting," Turner said Tuesday. "You don't know exactly what's going to happen. It's kind of like 'Gone With the Wind,' halfway through you're not sure the South is going to lose." Turner Network Television is scheduled to be offered to cable operators on Oct. 3. "We aren't going to have the tyranny of being totally dependent on advertising revenues," Turner said. "When that's the case, you have to go for the largest audience and unfortunately the programs have a lot of gratuitous violence or a lot of sleazy sex." Oscar nominees are told to stay calm, have fun BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. 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