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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Friday. Sept. 4.1998 Page 2 Obituaries Miles Plutchak MASS CITY — Mites Plutchak, age 80, died Friday, Sept. 4, 1998, at the Ontonagon Memo- William S. Stenavich rial Hospital. Arrangements are pending at the Cane Funers^ Home. William S. Stenavich, 91, of Bloomingdale, 111., formerly of Mercer, died Wednesday, Sept. 2, 1998, at the Glen Oaks Medical Center in Glen dale Heights, 111. Bill was born June 2, 1907, in Spring Valley, 111., to the late John and Bessie (Savnor) Stenavich. He attended Spring Valley schools and went to Chicago, where he worked for Western Electric. Bill also worked as a welder at Chicago Bridge and Iron, retiring in 1969 and moving to Mercer. He was a member of the St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church of Mercer, the Mercer Knights of Columbus Council 7228, and the Mercer Senior Citizens. He was married to Stella Ni- tupski on Aug. 6, 1932, in Hollywood, 111. She preceded him in death on Feb. 4, 1983. Survivors include a daughter, Andrea Anderson (Carl,) Schaumberg, 111., and three grandchildren: Cristina Griffin (Douglas) Bartlett, 111., Laura Anderson, Palatine, 111., and Brenda Immergluck (Jamey,) Algonquin, 111. Besides his parents and his wife, he was preceded in death by a brother, Walter Stenavich, and by two sisters, Stephanie Tennyson and Victoria Kratzner. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 11 a.m., at the St. Isaac Joques Catholic Church, Mercer, the Rev. Michael Crisp, celebrant. Burial will follow in the Mercer Cemetery. Visitation will be held at the church from 10 a.m. until Mass Time on Tuesday. Engstrom Funeral Home, Hurley, is in charge of arrangements. Clinton issues public apology (Continued from Page 1) One of those critics, Colorado Gov. Roy Romer, the Democratic Party chairman, said today that Clinton's most recent, most direct statement about being sorry is "helpful."I think he's been saying that with other words. He's had difficulty getting it out," Romer said. At a Moscow news conference Wednesday with Russian President Boris Yeltsin, Clinton for the first time said publicly that he had made a mistake by engaging m an affair with t^e White House intern. He^also, was more direct than previously in admitting that he had sought forgiveness. . "I have acknowledged that I made a mistake, said that I regretted it, asked to be forgiven, spent a lot of very valuable time with my family in the last couple of weeks and said I was going back to work," Clinton said. Liebennan's speech on the Sen. ate floor came after the president had left Moscow for Northern Ireland and Ireland. During a photo session with Irish Prime Minister Bertie Ahern, Clinton was asked today to respond. "I can't disagree with anyone else who wants to be critical of what I've already acknowledged is inappropriate," he said. There's nothing that he (Lieberman) or anyone else could say in a personally critical way that I don't imagine I would disagree with since I have already said it myself, to myself, and I'm very sorry about it but there's nothing er*#Ffcart say," Clinton said. Asked about talk among some members of Congress that he should be formally censured, Clinton appeared to grow testy. "I shouldn't be commenting on that while I'm here on this trip. "My understanding is that was not a decision that was made or advocated clearly yesterday" on the Senate floor, he went on. "If that's not an issue I don't want to make it one, one way or the other." ELECT GARY E. SHERMAN 74th Assembly District Vote Democratic September 8th SHERMAN FOR ASSEMBLY d •ihould, not thti utatf. Authorized and paid for by Sherman for Assembly Committee, Eleartori I tiby*, tMSU«A RO. Bo* J, Port Wing, WiKonsin 54865 (715) 774- J697 Sept. &, 1995 Vote For And Elect William "Bill" Brunell Iron * Lifetime Resident of Iron County * Qualified * Hardworking-Dependable (Auth. MX) paid for by William "Bit!" Brunell 112-2nd Avt. S. Hurley, Wl 54534) Ontonagon Labor Day schedule Friday 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. — Community picnic at Riverfront Park with free pop, hot dog and chips. Renaissance Zone Improvements will be recognized. 8 p.m. to 12 p.m. — Dance, Green Bay Dixieland Band, at recreation center. Cost $3 each or two tickets for $5. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Municipal garage sale at the end of River Street. Saturday 9 a.m. — Superior Shoot- Out at the Ontonagon Golf Course. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Maxwell Street Day on River Street. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. — Municipal garage sale; sales on the street by vendors. - . 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. — Music by the Country Ranch Boys. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. — Open House at the Ontonagon Memorial Hospital; antique car show. 7 p.m. — "Once Again," music and local taient, sponsored by the Ontonagon Parent Teachers Association. Sunday 9 a.m. — Registration for the Ed Hansen 10K and 5K Fun Run at the Ontonagon Fire Hail. 10 a.m. — Ed Hansen Run followed by awards ceremony at the Fire Hall. Noon — Floats must be in place for judging on or near old football field at the elementary school. 2 p.m. — Labor Day Festival Parade with eight bands and $2,000 in float prizes. Music from some bands at the reviewing stand will follow the parade. 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. — Commu- nityfest at the Ontonagon Recreation Building with music, food, auction, games. Monday 12:30 p.m. — Kids gather at Sandy's Gift Shop comer for judging. 1 p.m. — Hank Thompson Memorial Kiddies Parade with prizes for every child entered. Special prizes for top entries in bicycles, walking, small pulling float, larger pulling float. No motorized or battery-powered floats allowed. In case of rain, the parade will be at Recreation Center. Noon to 5 p.m. — Porkyfest at Porcupine Mountain Wilderness State Park Visitors Center off South Boundary Road with food, games, nature walks, slide show, crafts, music. The Lottery Here arc the winning number* selected Thursday in the Michigan State Lottery: Midday Daily Lottery 8-5-1 Midday Daily-4 7-0-4-0 1 Daily Lottery 6-7-2 Daily-* 0-9-1-1 -' " '•• - ' • CMh-4 • •• 15-21-24-32-34 Keno 11, 13. 17, 18, 20, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28, 39, 40, 41, 44, 46, 54, 56, 60, 69, 70, 74, 76. Friday's Big Game jackpot u estimated at $11 million. Saturday's Michigan Lotto jackpot is estimated at $2.1 million. Pick3 The winning number* for Wisconsin's Daily Pick 3 lottery drawing Thursday were: 2-3-4. Pick 4 The winning number* for Wisconsin'* Daily Pick 4 lottery drawing Thursday were: 9-0-5-2. Ca*h 4 Life None of the ticket* »old fcf Thursday's "Cash 4 Life"'gam* matched the four winning numbers. The numbers drawn were: 9-11-28-64, 1 Supercaah The winning numbers for the Wisconsin state SuperCash drawing Thursday were: 02-03-12-15-31-33. END ZONE 561-5090 LABOR DAY WEEKEND Friday. Sept. 4th: 9:OO p.m.- Big A_ Beer Night 16 oz. drafts 50 cents 9:OO p.m.- Dart Tournament Labor Day Shootout •125 1st, *50 2nd, *25 3rd Sat., Sept. 5th: Midnite- Ladles Wet T-Shirt Contest '1251st, *50 2nd, »25 3rd Free T-shirt to each contestant towels provided Sunday, Sept. 6th: Noon: Packer Game Free Brats 10 p.m.: Bladder Buster Party 5O cent drinks ('til someone leaves or goes to the bathroom) LOOK FOR THE famboree FOODS INSERT in Monday's DAILY GLOBE and Range Shopper!! "Bright Green Service Team" Hwy. 51 & Silver St., Huriay Phone 561-5195 GO Schools awarded federal funding U.S. Wisconsin Reps. David Obey and Jay Johnson said ten school districts across Northern Wisconsin will share $800,000 federal funding to improve school telecommunications technology among the Nicolet Distance Education Network. Funding was secured by Obey, ranking" member of the House Appropriations Committee, in last year's appropriations process. "I have been working with Nicolet Area Technical College where NDEN is located for a number of years to help get this network firmly established. This is a valuable resource for teachers and will certainly help make sure that our children in Northern Wisconsin, are best prepared to meet the challenges of the 21st century," Obey said. Johnson added, "Preparing today's students for the 21st century is the challenge facing all of our schools in northeast Wisconsin. This crucial funding will help the Nicolet Distance Education Network implement an extraordinary new learning plan and bring new technology to tho classroom. I want to salute all of the partners in this process for their hard work and their dynamic ideas." School districts participating in the technology initiative include: Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine, Crandon, Elcho, Goodman-Armstrong Creek, Laona, Niagra, Phelps, 'Eemahawk, Wabeno and White Lake. The funding, to be administered through 2001, will assist NDEN in providing a three-tiered professional development program by weaving together a strong research based model of instruction (called "Dimensions of Learning"), technology training in the use and integration of instructional television and Internet-based technologies, and an emphasis on the environment. By focusing on development of critical thinking skills, the edu- , cational uses of technology for students in grades K-8, and our responsibility to the environ- ment, NDEN'a planners hope to develop students who will be technologically. literate, capable of critical thinking and problem solving, and committed citizens. In addition to the ten area school districts and. Nicolet Area Technical College, collaborators in the project include two area .museums, the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point-Treehaven, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, North Central Regional Education Laboratory, George W. Brown Ojibwe Museum, Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission, and one of the area's largest businesses, Louisiana Pacific Corp. The grant comes from the U.S. Department of Education's Technology Innovation Challenge Grant Program, which provides funding to consortia that are working to improve and expand new applications of technology to strengthen school reform efforts, improve student achievement, and provide for sustained professional development of'teachers, administrators and school library media personnel. * JL CLOVERUAND , OIIM Eft/1 AS Now Showing 932-4424 IFG-4J EVER AFTER th«iV» M>m«tWng about Showtlm** 7:OO ft 9:15 Matinee* Sat. and Sun. 4:00 35mm 3M Color Print Film Only 24 cxp. Canuiu Mam Street. Ironwood 932-3901 Vote For Michael Saari Iron County Clerk ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th 1 Bachelor's Degree in Accounting-UW Superior • Lifelong Resident of Iron County • Current Iron County Aging Unit freasurer • Marrled-2 Children • Former Iron County Board Member (Authorized and paW tot by Mlcha») Saarl. Rt«. 1, Box 398, Hurt*y, Wl $4534) IT'S OUR 4th NIVEMARY CELEBRATION SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th Join Us at 12:00 for Packers/Lions Game followed by Brats & Corn at 4;oo p.m. LIVE MUSIC - By Un-Called-4 7 to 11 p.m. SERVING BREAKFAST 7 a.m. to Noon From Our Regular Menu CLOSED MONDAY, LABOR DAY SQUEAKS V/S4 eas Hwy. 77, Montreal, Wls. Ph. 561-3321 T *-x\ On Trail 77 ONE COUPON PKR CUSTOMER \ FREE!! | ONE (1) DRYER CYCLE IN | OUR "NEW" MACHINES I Bert's 76 Launderette • 301 2nd Ave. South, Hurley, VVI * Valid thru 9/11/98 Deal Of The Day Find a coupon for free merchandise here every day equal to (or greater than) the cost of this newspaper. Clip it and take it to the participating business to receive your FREE merchandise or service. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. It's like getting the Daily Globe FREE! For home delivery. DAILY Gary A. Lamberg ..................................... General Manager Gary Manam ........................................... 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