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June 24, 1998

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 2

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Page 2 THE DAILY GLOBE. Ironwood. Ml — Wednesday. June 24,1996 Thousands Of Stores Nationwide To Serve You If You Have Problems On The Road WESTERN AUTO. Western Auto NEW TOLL FREE 1 -800-546-WEST . Lake St. Ironwood, Michigan (906) 932-WEST Sentry GOLiD ' UiHn i' t*r*n tt* Mil n<inn For Noon Thursday Forecast Weather Data FORECAST Tonight, mostly cloudy with patchy fog. A 40.percent chanc* of showers and thunderstorms. Lows •bout 65. Southeast winds 5 to 10 mph becoming south lat*. Thursday, becoming partly iunny. Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs 80 to 85, except 70 to 75 near Lake Michigan. Chance of rain 40 percent. LAKE FORECAST Lake Superior Tonight, east winds 10 to 20 knots becoming southeast. Chance of thunderstorm*. Areas of fog. Waves 2 to 4 feet. Thursday, south wind* 10 to 20 knots. Chance of thunderstorms. Areas of fog. Wave* 2 to 4 fe«t. Unrelenting Florida fires chase fire crews from woods ORMOND BEACH, Fla. (AP) — With flames jumping from tree to tre« west of thia seaside town, weary firefighters decided there waa nothing, they could do about it.- . . V ' • •'':•..•''• They retreated from the burning tre«« and concentrated on saving homes from the 10 most serious of the 21 fires burning in Volusia County, "Fires are approaching developed areas all through the county," emergency management spokesman Joe Wooden said today. "We've really got it bad." Some people were asked to stay away from their homes, but no mandatory evacuations were ordered, Wooden said. So far, more than 33,000 acres of woodlands, scrub and dried-out swamplands have burned in the county. Wooden said the area has received only 3 inches of rain since April, about a foot less than what it normally gets in just the month of June. Searing, unrelenting heat and a lack of rain have fueled the state's worst rash of fires in 50 years. Since Memorial Day, flames have scorched about 118,000 acres statewide and destroyed about 116 homes. -Firefighters chased dozens of fires that hopped across counties throughout Florida on Tuesday evening, and no sooner could they beat down a blaze in one spot than flames would flare nearby. Flames crackled within a mile and a half of Dennis Bonilla's home west of Ormond Beach, and still he and other neighbors wouldn't leave. He set up three sprinklers on the roof of his two- story house. "I've got my fire-stomping boots on, and Fm entrusting myself in divine providence, Florida Power electric and my sprinklers," Bo- mila said. Not far away, at the edge of a road flanked by fire, firefighter Carl Johnson watched as flame* licked toward the sky. "It may burn in the woods and look awful, but there's nothing we're going to do unless it gets near some homes," said Johnson, who came from North Carolina to help. "We're protecting houses. We don't have enough resources to fight it in the woods." Flames spewed a smoky haze over nearby Daytona Beach, , CLOVERt-ANQ "CjNE^IAr Lamt Dan Jun* SOtH mmm Jacksonville, Orlando, New Smyrna Beach, Gainesville and dozens of other cities Tuesday, To find hot spots through the smoke, the National Guard planned flyovers using infrared imaging equipment. State officials counted 469 new fires between Thursday and Monday, many sparked by lightning from widely scattered thunderstorms. The forecast offered little hope for relief. ZONE 21 EXTENDED FORECAST Upp«r Peninaulft Friday, partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 50s to mid 60s. Highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Saturday, partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 50* to lower 60s. Highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s. Sunday, a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Highs in the mid to upper 70s. IN IRONWOOD For the 24-hour period to 7 thia morning: high 77, low 64.; Previous period: high 75, low 65. Year ago: high 88, low 67. Records: high of 96 in 1937, low, 29, 1979. Precipitation during the 24-hour period: .24 inch, Sunset today: 8:57 p.m. Sunrise Thursday: 5:1Q a.m. 35mm 3M Color Print Film REG PARTY !!| EVERY THURSDAY tl»M - M1BMGKT FREE TAP BEER !! FREE GAMES !! DANCING !! Only 21 cxp. C'amrra & SlHlllJ M.ttn Street. Ironwoutl 932-3901 H«ld GODZILLA ShowtimM 7:0049:15 E3 T » Sun. 4p.m. ' r**«* Starts Friday »i1 B Only The Lottery H«r« »r* th« irinnin* number* *elected Tue»d«y in the Michigan State Lottery: Midday Dally Lx>tt«ry 9-6-6 Midday Dally-t 6-4-3-0 Daily Lottery 6-3-3 Daily-* 7-2-7-7 5-12-31-38-39 K*no 4 5 6, 9, 13, 17, 21,28.34,41,42, 48, 62,54, 58, 57. 61, 63. 66, 67, 76, 78. Big Game 2-7-13-17-33 Big Money Ball: 22 Wednesday'* Michigan Lotto jackpot U e»timat*d at $8. 1 million. Tue*d«y'i Big Gnme jackpot is estimated at $11 million. Pick 3 The winning number* for Winconnin'a Daily Pick 3 lottery drawing Tu«»d«y were: 8-7-4. Pick 4 The winning number* for Wisconsin's Daily Pick 4 lottery drawing Tuesday were: 2-9-B-8. Cub 4 Life The winning number* drawn Tur»day night in •Cri.ih 4 Life" are: 25-4360-85. up*rc«* The winning number* for the Wi»con- lin SuperC««h drawing Tucudriy wrnv 19-20-24-31-33-36 **> I Issued by major depository institutions I Due 03/23/13 115 Years Final Maturity I Interest paid monthly or semiannually I Callable beginning 03/23/00 at 102.00 I FDIC-insured up to $100,000 'Annual Percentag* Yield (APY>—Interest cannot remain on deposit; periodic payout of interest is retired. Effective 6/19/98. Market valu« will fluctuate if sold poor to maturity. "This deposit note is callable at the option of the issoer, not the Investor. Call or stop by today for more information. Member SIPC Dave Ricglcr Investment Rcpracfltatirc 232 Aurora St., Iron wood 932-3090 v.c dwirdjonei.com New Toll-Free Number 1-800-282-3090 Edward Jones MI«M»I ' Star* 1(71 We DELIVER!!! 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Bunlneti Office, Circulation. CUi«i(Wd, [>itpl«y or otrirr Hltinf quetti<in> 7 * m -4 p m., Mo* -Fri. |< \| INI OKM-V I ION "The Daily Clotit (USPS 269-9«0) It publivhej daily. e««r* Sunday* and Memorial Day, July 4ih. Labor Day. Thankigivmi. Quitlma* and N«w Year'* [)»y, by (he Ok** PuHnhinj U.C. .Second cUttpoxage p»td at IronWtxxl. Ml 49V.1K POSTMASTER: .S«Rd addrn< chinjtc. lo THii DAILY GLOBE, P O Bo« 54». IrrwwofJ. Ml DAILY GLOBE USE. McLcod Ironwood, MI 49938

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