Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on September 12, 1998 · Page 1
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Ironwood, Michigan
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THE DAILY GLOBE. Ironwood, Ml — Saturday, Sept 12,1998 Page 2 No Other Reason To Co Anywhere Else, We Can Serve You With Most Of Your Automotive Needs RIGHT HERE. ~ Western Auto Ilk. vw • •+***+• « imfc*. - - "•..•.... '•.'.- .. T - • :• . ' , - - J . , . • - . -- ' - . ". . 1 -800*546-WESt 507 N. LakeSt. Ironwood, Michigan (906)932-WE$T Forecast For Noon Saturday Weather Data C»y Gufaf C 199: ^:r-j HL E3 EI5 c^j- E5 E3 ' feSiafe '.Inc. FORECAST Tonight, mostly clear in the evening, partly cloudy overnight With patchy fog. Low 55 to 60. Sunday, thickening clouds High near 75. LAKE FORECAST Lake Superior West half: Tonight, variable winds 5 to 15 knots becoming southwest. Waves to 3 feet. EXTENDED FORECAST Upper Peninsula Monday, a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the mid- to upper 50s. Higha in the upper 60s to mid-708. Tuesday, partly cloudy. Lows in the mid- to upper 40s. Highs in the mid-608 to around 70. Wednesday, partly cloudy. Lows in the mid to upper 40s. Highs in the mid-60s to around 70. IN IRONWOOD Friday's temperature to 7 p.m.: high 95, low 73. Previous period: high 84, low 57. Year ago: Saturday, high 65, low 39; Sunday, high 72, low 41. Records: Saturday, high of 90 in 1931, low, 32, 1946; Sunday, high of 91 in 1939, low, 26 in 1963. Sunset today: 7:19 p.m. Sunrise Sunday: 6:37 a.m. Sunset Sunday: 7:17 p.m. Sunrise Monday: 6:38 p.m. Impeachment grounds: The Associated Press The report by Independent Counsel Kenneth Stan- alleged 11 acts by President Clinton that "may constitute grounds (or an impeachment": -^Clinton lied under oath in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case about his sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky. —Lied under oath to me grand jury about his sexual relationship with Ms. Lewinsky. —Lied under oath during the Jones deposition when he stated he could not recall being atone with Ms. Lewinsky and minimized the number of gifts they had exchanged. —Lied under oath in his civil deposition concerning conversations with Ms. Lewinsky about her involvement in the Jones case. —Tried to obstruct justice by "engaging in a pattern ot activity to conceal evidence" regarding his relationship wrth Ms. Lewinsky from the judicial process in the Jones case. —Came to an understanding with Ms. Lewinsky that they would lie under oath in the Jones case about their relationship and tried to obstruct justice by suggesting that Ms. Lewinsky file an affidavit so that "she would not be deposed, she would not contradict his testimony and he could attempt to avoid questions about Ms. Lewinsky at the deposition." —Tried to obstruct justice by helping Ms. Lewinsky obtain a job in New York at a time when she would have been a witness against him were she to tell the truth. —Lied under oath in describing his conversation wrth Vemon Jordan about Ms. Lewinsky. —Tried to obstruct justice by attempting to influence the testimony of his Oval Office secretary, Betty Currie. —Tried to obstruct justice by refusing to testify for seven months while simultaneously lying to potential grand jury witnesses, knowing they would relay the falsehoods to the grand jury. —Committed acts since Jan. 17, 1998, regarding his relationship with Ms. Lewinsky that were "inconsistent with the president's constitutional duty to faithfully execute the laws." Clinton faces lurid charges (Continued from Page 1) Testimony from two of the president's closest advisers, deputy chief of staff John Podesta and adviser Sidney Blumenthal, indicated Clinton had given them false information that they in turn passed on to the grand jury. But none of the testimony was more important or devastating than that of Mrs. Currie, who told prosecutors she believed Clinton had twice summoned her to the Oval Office after hia deposition in the Jones case because he "wanted her to agree with him" on his false testimony. At a Sunday meeting the day after the Jones testimony, Clinton told Mrs. Currie he was asked several questions about Ms. Lewinsky and then asked his secretary a series of questions that sounded "more like statements," she testified. She quoted him as telling her: "You were always there when she was there, right? We were never really alone. You could see and hear everything. Monica came on to me, and I never touched her, right? She wanted to have sex with me, and I can't do that." Mrs. Currie said she indicated her agreement with each of the president's statement, even though she knew the pair had been alone together in the president's study, the report said. Mrs. Currie, frequently present when Ms. Lewinsky came to visit Clinton, told prosecutors "sh suspected impropriety in the president's relationship with Ms. Lewinsky" but tried to avoid learning details. The White House rebuttal report said Clinton testified that he did not "in any way attempt to influence her recollection." The Starr report also alleges that Clinton and Ms. Lewinsky had an understanding that they would lie under oath in the Jones case about their relationship and that Clinton tried to obstruct justice by suggesting that Ms. Lewinsky file an affidavit so that "she would not be deposed, she would not contradict his. testimony and he could attempt to avoid questions." Specifically, it charged that Clinton coached Ms. Lewinsky, after she was identified as a potential witness in the Jones suit, to use her friendship with Mrs. Currie as a cover story to hide the true reason for her visits to the Oval Office. But it noted Ms. Lewinsky insisted the president never told her directly to lie. In his own grand jury testimony, Clinton acknowledged he "might well have" suggested Mrs. Currie as a cover story to Ms. Lewinsky. "I certainly didn't want this to come out, if I could help it," Clinton was quoted as testifying. The report also said: —At a breakfast last Dec. 31, when Ms. Lewinsky told presidential confidant Vernon Jordan that she had drafts of notes to the president, Jordan said, "Go home and make sure they're not there." Ms. Lewinsky testified that she understood Jordan was advising her to "throw away" any copies she had sent to the president. She went home and discarded some 50 draft notes. —Clinton asked Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles as late as last January to help find Ms. Lewinsky a job. —Clinton informed Ms. Lewinsky that she was about to be called as a witness in the Jones case during a 2 a.m. call to her apartment last December, and that he reiterated a cover story she could use to hide their relationship. - LUNCH TIME - MONDAY- BLT Tortilla Wrap TUESDAY- Grilled Pastrami Sandwich WEDNESDAY Philly Cheese Chicken Roll Up THURSDAY- Pizza Pasty Bell Chalet 109 5th Ave.Hurley, WI 715-561-3753 Commissioners targeted MUN1SING, Mich. (AP) — Three Munising city commissioners who voted in favor of privatizing management of the city's waatewater treatment facility and public works department in June have been targeted for recall by city union workers. Mayor Carol Gatiss and Commissioner Louis Miron were named by members of Local 1446 in recall petition documents filed Tuesday with Alger County Clerk Don Kinnunen. Gatiss and Miron were served official notice Wednesday. Union President Larry Kent said the union will also attempt to recall Commissioner James Gerou in October. Laws prevent recalling a commissioner during their first six months in office. "We're doing it because they're mismanaging and misusing city funds," Kent said. CLOVERUAND 4. * 932-4424 Showtimes 7:00 & 9:15 Matinees Every Sat & Sun. 4pm Attention Kmart Shoppers The Kmart Sept. 13, 1998 weekly ad circular, on page 10 features the Nintendo 64 game "NFL Quarterback Club 99'. This game will not be available due to the manufacturer's delay In shipping. This item is due to arrive in stores on October 14th. The city commission voted unanimously June 15 to enter into a six-month trial contract with Earth Tech, Inc. of Grand Rapids for management of the wastewater treatment plant. SUNDAY SPECIALS! Roast Turkey w/Dressing -OR- Breaded Pork Cutlets -OR- Sirloin Steak 120 S. Suffolk Ironwood Ph. 932-4207 Mon.-Frt 5 to 5 Sal 6 to 3 Sun. 6 to 2 ****** ********** ******** LAKES GAS CO. 20 Ib. .—I Ironwood, Ml Suffolk & Vaughn St invites you to our Huge OPEN HOUSE ^X cylinder j refilled for | On ly$ 5°°!! SAVE "5.60 wtttithl* coupon. UmH 2 cylfndw I rtfllU p*r coupon, on* coupon per person. I Not v»lldwttti«ryotfm coupon* ' GoodS«ptl8,19,1998, I L «l LikMGa*. Ironwood location ONIX , mLUJijfvran Friday, Sept. 18,11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday Sept. 19,10 a.m.-2 p.m. 321 Suffolk St. Register for Hourly Drawings [& Grand Prize: FREE | Gas 7 In 1 Smoker Drawing 2 p.m. Saturday Live Burn Display on Free-Standing Fireplaces •^i^—• HotDt CALL FOR DETAILS on our Price Protection Plan for the '98-'99 Heating Season! Phone:932-3832 1-800-881-5414 LAKES GAS CO. Ironwood Join Ron, Chris, Dave, BUI and the whole Lakes Gas crew!! ****** ONK COUPON PER CUSTOMER FREE!! ONE SMALL BURGER FRENCH FRIES KING Ironwood Commons Ironwood, MI Valid thru 9/19/98 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. .. R.chard SK\V*»; SPORTS, 1'HOTOS ,.. Story or picture ideas, corrrcliom. questions or information on iwws coverage. CaJI CXX>) 9.12-2211 or F-'.ix CXXS) <J.12-S.TvX. Mondjy-ihursil.iy 7 a.m. (o 2 p.m. Friday 7 a m. to noon. X p m to 11:30 p ni. Onionagim News Bureau: Jan Tucker, 416 Arnygaloid St., Ontonagon. Ml Telephone <<XXS) XK4-41% Lambcrg ...................................... Gcnera , Ma Business Manager Managing Editor Advertising Director ............................................ Circulation Manager L,nn ........................................ 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