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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml —Tuesday. Sept. 8,1998 Best Tire Prices In Town 5% Lowest Price Guarantee, And A 30 Day Ride Guarantee To Boot NEVA/ TOLL FREE 1-800-546-WEST ' Western Auto 507 N. Lake St. Ironwood, Michigan - (906)932^W£ST Forecast For Noon Wednesday Weather Data so* HL E3 ES3 £3 EI3 E3 E3 r*an tCKr swowr^s «*»« rsroovis ^.I/'M'CJ i^c-T «£ SUVWT FORECAST Tonight, mostly clear. Lows about 45. Light northwest winds. Wednesday, sunny. Highs 70 to 75. Sunny LAKE FORECAST Lake Superior Tonight, north winds 10 to 20 knots becoming variable 5 to 15 knots. Waves 3 to 5 feet decreasing to 1 to 3 feet. Wednesday, variable winds 5 to 15 knots becoming south. Waves 1 to 3 feet. EXTENDED FORECAST Upper P«nin«ula Thursday, partly cloudy. Lowg in the'upper 30s to upper 40s. Higha in the mid 60s to mid 70s. Friday, partly cloudy. Lows in the upper 40s to upper 50s. Highs in the 70s. Saturday, a chance of showers or thunderstorms. Lows in the 5<J*Highs in the 70s. IN IRONWOOD For the 24-hour period to 7 this morning: high 64, low 47. Previous period: high 72, low 46. Year ago: high 62, low 54. Records: high of 99 in 1906; low, 30, 1956. Sunset today: 7:27 p.m. Sunrise Wednesday: 6:32 a.m. Today's Tidbits Parade judging's not easy Jan Tucker thinks the toughest job in the Ontonagon Labor Day Festival three-day event is judging of the Kiddies Parade. Members of the Ontonagon Parents-Teachers Association who did the judging this year agreed. But there were dissenters. Members of~ ...the Ontonagon Men's Association say the worst job is cleaning up the recreation building Monday after six hours of Community Fest, dancing, eating, children's games and refreshments. Parade-goers at Ontonagon Sunday said they were really impressed with the musicianship, uniforms and stage presence of the B«ssemer High School Marching Band. The band received great response from crowds lining the parade route. The Washington School... ...will begin its School-Home Partnership nights for parents and teachers Wednesday. The sessions will give parents an understanding about what happens during the child's school day, what is expected of each student, and how parents can help their child succeed in school. Aca* demic and social issues will be discussed. The meetings are held in classrooms. Each session will last about a half hour. Refreshments will be served to allow parents and teachers to visit one another. Clinton lawyers seek advance peek WASHINGTON (AP) — President Clinton's lawyers are asking prosecutor Kenneth Starr for a one-week advance peek at his report to Congress on Monica Lewinsky, so the president's defenders can file their own reply. The report is expected in the next two weeks, Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott says. "We expect it this week or next," Lott told reporters this morning during a briefing on the Senate floor, after discussing the matter with House Speaker Newt Gingrich. Marty's Goldenaires perform at the Ontonagon Labor Day Festival. Car bomb explodes But It was... ...the combining talents of Marty's Goldenaires and Ishpeming Blue Note Drum and Bugle Corps that brought down the house on River Street in Ontonagon. Both musical units presented shows after the parade at the reviewing stand. Marty's and Blue Notes combined to play "You'll Never Walk Alone." People said the imusic was so touching it raised goose- bumps. The applause was deafening. Teachers and staff... ...at Washington look forward to meeting parents and working with them to solve any problems and address any concerns they may have, a school spokesperson said. The schedule is: Wednesday — Grade 1, 6 p.m., grade 2, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16 — Grades 3-4, 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 23 — Grades 5-6, 7p.m. Marilyn Syreini... ...is site manager at the new Ramsay nutrition site. (Her name was left out of an article printed in Friday's Daily Globe.) Syreini asks that reservations for meals be called to her at 9324988. Leave a message if she is not there. She prefers to know how many will attend the day before, but reservations can be made until 9 a.m. the same day. Because of Labor Day, the site will offer noon lunches Wednesday, Thursday and Friday this week. Normally, meals will be Mondays, Wednesdays nnd Thursdays. Jerrys sets record Jerry Lewis' annual muscular dystrophy telethon raised a rec-' ord $51.57 million during a 21V-2-hour event featuring musicians, magicians and comedians. "Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!" Lewis said Monday as the 33rd Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Association Labor Day Telethon drew to a close. "What more can I say?" The exact amount raised was $51,577,023, telethon spokesman Jim Brown said. Last year, $50.5 million was raised. Lewis said that without the public's help there wouldn't be money for new treatment for the diseases. "Today, when we're on the verge of testing gene therapy in people with muscular dystrophy, viewers worldwide heard our message and understood that we need their help more than ever," Lewis said. ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — A car bomb exploded today in a crowded market in southern Algeria, killing at least one person and injuring 15, security forces said. The bomb went off in Rahoui, near the town of Tiaret, about 200 miles south of the capital. Hospital sources said two people died, and witnesses said some of the injured were in critical condition. The differing death count could not be reconciled immediately. In 1998, western and southern Algeria have increasingly been targets of violence that had long been focused in central regions and the north. Today's bombing came after a spate of violence that claimed about 30 lives in three days. A bomb, exploded Monday southwest of the capital, killing five people and injuring 11. Over the weekend, at least two dozen people died in scattered violence across the country, including a Shootout in the capital and a bomb explosion under train tracks south of Algiers. Film Developing 2forl i^nn.j^i FREE > CLOVERLANO CIIMEIX/IAS Now Showing 932-4424 EVER AFTER Showtlm«» 7:00 A 9:15 Matln»«« Sal. and Sun. 4:OO 3x5 and 4x6 Reg. 35mm C4I only. ~~ _ Camera & Sound Main Street. Ironwood 932-3901 ONE PHONE CALL and you awak* • SELLING GIANT 932-2211 "Diabetes: A Lifestyle Change" Dr. James Franck Emergency Medicine Specialist Free Seminar September 15 6-7 p.m. Grand View Hospital Conference Room Free Glucose Screening 5:30 p.m. PEOPLE TURN TO CLASSIFIED BECAUSE THEY KNOW OTHER PEOPLE ARE SELLING. [Pre-registration Required Call the Grand View Health Line 906/932-2443 j Vote Democratic September 8th GARY E. SHERMAN 74th Assembly District Ready and Able to Represent YOU • Save our schools with Mr state aid, not higher property taxes • Create jobs and protect local values "QweAsuH&d iJiAutt i&we. && M&uli ol t not tke ctih&i PUBLIC I NOTICE CITY OF BESSEMER H1LLCREST CEMETERY All flower boxes and artificial plants must be removed from the cemetery by Fridav 8,1998. Your cooperation is greatly Bruce W. Carlson City Clerk/Manager ! I ONE COUPON PKR CUSTOMKR FREE!! ONE (1) CUP OF COFFEE ! MIKE'S RESTAURANT . Cloverland Drive, Ironwood - Valid through 9/10/98 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. Lambcrg Genera , M ° a 7 Y,™ am Business Manager Andy M.ll Managing Editor Gary Mecum Advertising Director JRcff , Krt . 1 " c Circulation Manager Rlchard Lllln Production Manager vi- :\\ s. sr« m rv. IMIOTOS ... IOM ns< Kiiti.;... FAX (9(X))932-535H Serving Range Readers Since 1919 SJory or picture ideas, corrections, questions or information on news coverage. Call CXJ6) 9.12-221) or Fax (906) 932-5358. Monday-Thursday 7 am lo 2 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. to noon. 8 p.m. lo 11 :?i() p.m. Onlonagon News Bureau: Jan Tucker. 416 Amyj'aloid Si., Oilonagon. MI Telephone (906) 8X4-41% Call the Circulation Department Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-4 p m. for current subscription information. Save up lo a third off the newsstand price hy celling home dctivcry of the Daily Globe. Missed paper*: If you cJo nrx receive your p;iper and you cannot reach your carrier, coniacl circulaiion department hy 5:30 p m. weekdays. . TOADVKKTISK.i. Ask f<>f clarified ("For -Sjle Ads") or display adverti.s- inj! 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