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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood. Ml — Saturday, June 27,1998 Page 2 Besf Selection • Lowest Prices *Most Convenient •Nome Brands • Satisfaction Guarantee No Where Else But At Western Auto. NEW TOLL FREE 1 -800-546-WEST Western Auto. 507 N. Lake St Ironwood. Michigan (906)952-WEST » (*•• Nh* Own Of For Noon Saturday Weather Data COO WARM €> 1995 AccuWsalhe L E V* LOW SHJ"* FORECAST Tonight, scattered ' afternoon ihowers and. thundcntorms. A few atornu m»y contain d am aging wiod and hail. Partly luruiy. High 75 to 80. Southeast wind around 10 mph. Chance of rain 50 per- «nt- Saturday night, partly cloudy. A 30 percent cKknc* of •howen and thunderstorm*, Low 55 to 60. Sunday, partly tunny. A 30 percent chance of afUrnoon •bower* and thunderstorm*. High n*ar85. , ' . • LAKE FORECAST Lake Superior Tonight, *oath«**t Wind 5 to 10 knots. Scattered showers and thunderstorm*. Wave* calm to 2 feet, higher near thunderstorm*. Saturday night, south wind 10 to 15 knot*. Chance of thunder- *torm». Wave* 2 to 4. EXTENDED FORECAST Upp*r PeninauU Sunday, a chance of ahower* and thunderstorm!. High* in the 70s. Tuecday, a chance of ahow*r* and thundertiorm*. Low* in th* 50* High* around 70 to the mid 70*: Wedne*day, • chance of ahower* Low* in U» 6O*. High* around 70 to the mid 70*. IN IRONWOOD Friday".* temperature* to 7 p.m.: high 83, low 57. Previoua period: high 86, low 61. Year ago: Saturday, high 78, low 60; Sunday, high 82, low 69. Sunset today: 8:58 p.m. Sunrise Sunday; 5:11 a.m. Suruet Sunday: 8:57 p.m. Sunrise Monday: 5:12 a.m. So toot, toot, tootsie, goodbye Soil ceremony scheduled Tuesday Compiled by The GJpb« StafT. Adventures in science Andrew Ranta, 6, and Landon Barto, 8, applied scientific techniques to determine the number of licks necessary to get to the center of V Tootsie' Roll pop — something neither boy hag done before. Today's Tidbits They chose a cherry-flavored pop and started counting the licks. Andrew reported it. took 1,000 licks exactly. Andrew will be a second grader at Our Lady of Peace Catholic School; Landon will be in third grade at Newport 'Elementary." Both boys live in Ironwood. The annual... ...Service in the Park worship will be held at 9 a.m. Sunday at Bluff Valley Park as part of the Bessemer Fourth of July celebration. The service is an ecumenical worship including Cornerstone Christian Church, St. Sebastian Catholic Church, First Presbyterian Church and Sharon Lutheran Church. Music will be presented by the Cornerstone worship team. Refreshments will be served in the pavilion following the service by the Aid Association of Luther- ans No. 7810. A free will offering will be taken and will be used to support the ministry of St. Vincent de Paul. It could be... ...good news or bad. State Sen. David Jaye, who represents Michigan's 12th district, tells us Thursday was "Cost of Government Day," meaning it was the day when each American has finally earned enough to pay his share of the total financial burden of government. Th« good n#w* is you're not working for yourself. The bad in it took 176 days on, average to pay the $13,395 cost of government for every man, woman and child in America. ONTONAGON — A "First-Acre Ceremony," sponsored by the Soil Conservation District, will mark the beginning of a multi-year study of the soils of Ontonagon County. Bill Antalone, Soil Conservation District, told the Ontonagon County Board a ceremony to kick off the project will be held Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the Ontonagon Township Park. At the peak of the project, four employees will be engaged in surveying and testing the soils of the county. The only tost to the county will be for office apace, If you're... ...tired, here's why. Thin year Americans will work 48.8 days to pay for state and local spending, 39.2 days for federal regulations, 30.5 days for Social Security and Medicare, 13.7 days for national defense, 13.3 days for interest-on the national debt, and 30.2 days for other federal programs," said Jaye. Government spend 48 percent of the nation's net national product, and federal regulation will take more than $750 billion from taxpayers in 1&9S, Jay asserts. Does this mean those who take weekends off muat work for the government until September? The Lottery Here are the winning numb*™ selected Friday in the Michigan Stntf Lottery: Midday Daily Lottery Midday Daily-* Daily Lottery 0-1-H DiiiIy-4 H-2-2-H C«»h. S Ke.no 2 ! 1 12; 13.' 23. 24. 26, 29. ri2. HG. ;!H, 39. V>. 49. 68, 71. 72. 7:i. 74, 76. 78, 79 Saturday's Michigan I-ottu jackpot in estimated at $9 4 million Kndny's Biff Onnif jfickpol n »:*t>- matwl ;il $13 million Pick ,1 The winning mi m hers for Wisconsin's Dnily fick .'i lottery drawing F'ridiiy were 5-9-1. Pick -I The winrtiht! numlx-n* Tor \Vi5ctinit in'* Daily Pick 4 lottery ilrnwinm FnrJjiy were 7-6-r>-9 Considering... ...the fare on American TV, this* story from Germany shouldn't b«> too astonishing. ' It secma the mvimmifiud body of a man sitting in a chnir m front of his TV.act wns found in Pots- (inin, polici- said Friday. He had appnrtntly tiied morn than four years HRO. No one reported the 51-year-old man misHing, He apparently had no relatives and lived in an attic apartment of nn otherwise unoccupied house in Drandenburp an tier Havel, police naid. telephone equipment and office equipment. The group is being housed in the Ontonagon County Road Commission office. The first work will be done on Renaissance Zone land and other land which may be used for projects, Anralone said. Those resident* with private property will be asked for permission by the department for access. The soil service will map their finding*. fhe board also allocated 30 summer youth slots as follows: Ewen-Trout Creek Schools, six; historical society, one; Bergiand Production curbed as mercury climbs By Th« Associated Press An early-summer heat wave acrosn the eastern half of the nation had people sweltering in temperatures well into the 90s Friday and led factories in the industrial Midwest to shut down or scale back production. With demand for electricity soaring toward record levels, utilities in nearly every Midwestern and Northeastern state aaked customers to conserve energy by turning down their air condition- era and reducing appliance use. In cities from Texas to New York, the mercury had climbed past 90 by noon. The heat — which began Thursday in most areas —• isn't expected to break until next week. "A day like today, youll find yourself dizzy and sick real fast," said Richard Babington, a land- sen p<r in Montgomery, Ala., F'olice Kuid... ...the body was found Juno 17 when a real estate dealer went to iiiKpect the hiujne for Homeone who inhoritoil it. Investigation showed the man waH unemployed so he would not hnv<> Lxum miRHed nt work. Police said an autopsy .showed he died of natural causes. GOLDEN HEART Chinese & Thai Restaurant where it was C!OM to 100. "It'i hard to keep working when you see someone lying by • pool." Virginia Power expected to §et a peak demand record Friday. In Nebraska, near-record electricity use in the Omaha area Thursday contributed to an outage that left 6,500 homes without power for nearly five hours. In East Liberty, Ohio, a Honda auto plant scheduled to close for a week stopped production a day early because there was no guarantee it would have power throughout the day, spokesman Roger Lambert said. Republic Engineered Steels of Massillon waa ordered by Ohio Edison to shut down its furnaces. Workers were sent home at 10 a.m. Industrial electric rates soared along with demand, and steel mills elsewhere in Ohio and Indiana cutback. ^LUNCHEON SPECIAL?" Township, two; Carp Lake Township, two; Lake Gogebic Senior Center, one; Whit* Pine Schools, four, Ontonagon County Fair, four, county park, two; courthouse, one; Ontonagon Schools, four, Family Re*ource Center, •two; and Interior Township, one. County Board member* noted that the contract between the Ontonagon County Sheriff's Department and the Village of Ontonagon will expire in October. Members noted since Cops Fast grants are expiring, the village will have to pay a larger share of the costs of police coverage. It was agreed to ask that negotiations begin on the process. In other action, the board: —Heard a complaint from Pat Kitzman purchase of a used police vehicle from a second dealer coat the county $300 more fat the same car. The second dealer was from.Ontonagon County and the first was not. Board Chairman AJ Slye did not comment on the accusation. —Heard the liaison police officer, who was to work in the school*, is no longer employed in the county and work is being done on the status of that pro- Sunday, Jurie 28 Swedish Meatballs Served on your choice of Whipped Potatoes or Buttered Noodles, Mot Roll* & Butter, Soupjfe Salad Bar plus tax A»k atom ovf BVwJtfiut Sf«cUJ Brtik/Mt MTved 7 io 11 *JK. Lunch MTved 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sn/t FORHCRL Y HOUOA Y INN U.S. 51 * 2 Hurley, WU. Phone 715/561-3030 * gram. —Approved the application for a Community Corrections Grant for the West Central U.P. Corrections program. The grant is for $266,778, the same aa in 1998. —Will investigate how to decrease odors coming from dump- stera at the Ontonagon County Park. WANTED: Floats for the SaxorVGurney Celebrotion'98 June 28 Line-up at 12:00 noon Saxon Fairgrounds SUNDAY SPECIALS I Meatloaf —OR— Breaded Pork Cutlets -OR- 8 oz. Sirloin Steak Alt KENHAH l^ti CAFE 120 S, Suffolk Iranwood Pn. 832-4207 Mon rri » 10 5 . 8*. « to 1 Sun* to 2 CLOVEBLAND Lomt Day JUIM JOtJk 7:OO A 9:15 "Godzilla" pg-13 7 ;OO Ofrty •tfS Only Matin***) Sat. « Sun. 4 p.m. Snowing "6 D«ya 7 NJgM»- and "Godzilla" STARTS WED., July 1st "ARMAGEDDON" p^-13 Looking for a great place to lunch with business associates or friends? You've found it. We're open from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday thru Thursday. Don't miss our luncheon specials: Marirura Mcalball Sandwich Bit TooilU Wrap Wednesday". Willed Spinach SaUrf w/ Smoked Turkey Thursday Ruza Pasty Bell Chalet 109 S«h Ave. Hurley, WI 715-5*1-3753 r i i • i i i ONK; COUPON PKH CUSTOMER FREE!! 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