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THE DAILY GLOBE, Ironwood, Ml — Monday. Sept 14.1998 Page 2 B^sf Tire Prices In Town 5°/o Lowest Price Guarantee, And A 30 Day Ride Guarantee To Boot NEW TOLL FREE t-800-546-WEST •Western Auto 507 N, Lake St. Irohwood, Michigan (906) 932-WEST Forecast For Noon Tuesda y Weather Data L«-«« steatite Ngfi tempe'at'jra zor« kx If» day 70* H L EZd EZ3 O *",•**•:.-»• • •• S8V7O- FORECAST Tonight, cloudy during the evening with a 40 percent chance of showers, clearing overnight. Low 50 to 55. Northwest wind around 10 mph. Tuesday, mostly sunny and breezy. High near 70. LAKE FORECAST Lake Superior Tonight, northwest winds 10 to 20 knots becoming north 15 to 25 knots. Waves building to 3 to 5 feet. Tuesday, north winds 15 to 25 knots becoming northeast 10 to 15 knots. Waves 4 to 6 feet subsiding to 1 to 3 feet. East half EXTENDED FORECAST Upper Peninsula Tuesday night, partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 40s to around 5O. Wednesday, partly cloudy. High* in the mid 60s to around 70. Thursday, partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 40s to around 50. Highs in the mid 60s to around 70. IN IRONWOOD For the 24-hour period to 7 this morning: high 69, low 62. Previous period: high 71, low 60. Year ago: high 80, low 58. Records: high of 93 in 1939, low, 29, 1963. Precipitation during the 48-hour period: 1.25 inches. Sunset today: 7:15 p.m. Sunrise Tuesday: 6:39 a.m. 6 1998 AccutMMffOT. Inc. For the Record Fieger, Engler agree religion colors views ACCIDENTS City of Ironwood Three minor accidents were reported in Ironwood over the weekend. No injuries were reported and no citations were issued. A vehicle driven by David Frank Trudgeon, 73, of Ironwood, pulled into a vehicle driven by Peter Alan Wesa, 45, of Atlantic Mine, as Trudgeon was changing lanes on Clovcrland Drive, near the DoviR!as Boulevard intersection, according to a 7:45 p.m. Sunday Ironwood Public Safety Department report. Trudgeon said he didn't see the Wesa vehicle. "S" curves in Yale at Old County Roaci, near Fourth Street in Bessemer, Friday about 3 p.m. Schwartz swerved to miss a deer and the vehicle ended up on the shoulder on the opposite side of the street. He was injured and the pickup had considerable damage. Ontonagon County A 56-year-old Ontonagon man was arrested for drunk driving and was lodged in the Ontonagon County jail with a blood-alcohol content of .15. Bond was set at $100 cash and was later posted. The incident occurred Saturday about 2:16 a.m. Pamela K. Starr, 47, Hurley, damaged a Lahti Chevrolet, Inc. vehicle as she attempted to park on Aurora Street, near the Lowell Street intersection, a 10:32 a.m. Saturday IPSD report said. The Lahti Chevrolet vehicle was legally parked, the report said. A vehicle driven by Clinton Edward Newberry, 50, of Ironwood, backed into a vehicle driven by Scott Thomas Worthington, 46, Ironwood, in the Twin City Insurance parking lot at 10:28 a.m. Saturday,' according to ah IPSD report. Newberry said he was watching another vehicle and did not see the Worthington vehicle, the report said. • Gogebic County Kurt A. Schwartz, 33, Bessem- : er, refused treatment after his pickup went off the road at the F-16 pilot dies in training crash AVON PARK, Fla. (AP) — An Air Force pilot was killed when his F-16 crashed during a training mission Saturday, authorities said. The plane went down about 3 p.m. in a remote, wooded area of the Avon Park Bombing Range in central Florida. The pilot's name was not released pending notification of his family, said Lt. Col. Bobby D'Angoio, a spokesman for the Homestead Air Reserve Station. 'There was nothing unusual about the mission," D'Angelo .said. "Something just went terribly wrong." Jack F. Brown, 30, Hurley, was driven to St. Luke's Hospital, Duluth, for treatment aftpr first going to Grand View Hospital for an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound. Brown was checking the gun for his fiancee, Kathleen M. Galinsky, 29, of 508 S. Moore St., Bessemer, when it went off. Following the accident, Galinsky asked the deputies to take the gun. Ontonagon County Charles Maki, Ontonagon, was stopped at the stop sign on Houghton Street before making a left turn onto River Street. An unknown vehicle pulled up on his right and made a right turn. Maki pulled out and struck a vehicle driven by Charles Lotz, of Fountain, Colo,, as Lotz was traveling east on River Street. There was minor damage to the Maki vehicle and moderate damage to the Lotz vehicle. No one was injured. Maki was cited for failure to yield right-of-way. POLICE REPORTS Gogebic County Three sleeping bags, a rifle and some fuses -^ere Jaken from a hunting camrKcn^County Road 519 in Wakefield Township'. The theft was reported Friday. The owner said he had not been to the camp since November. A 35-year-old Ontonagon man was arrested and lodged in the Ontonagon County jail for impaired driving Saturday about 3:35 a.m.. His BAC was .09. Bond of $100 was posted. A 27-year-old Ontonagon woman was arrested for having open intoxicants in a motor vehicle Saturday about 3:54 a.m. She was lodged in the Ontonagon County jail. Bond was set at $100 and was later posted. A 39-year-old Rockland man was arrested and lodged in the Ontonagon County jail for drunk .driving Sunday about 2:26 p.m. His BAC was .15. Bond was posted at $100. FIRE CALLS City of Wakefield Wakefield Volunteer Fire Department was paged to a barn fire at 401 Brotherton, behind the bank, Saturday about 11:28 a.m. The department arrived at the scene within minutes and cleared the scene in a half hour. There was no electrical hook-up and the south wall was gone, according to the Gogebic County Sheriffs Department. The barn's owners live in Minnesota. Cause of the fire has not been determined and is being investigated. DETROIT (AP) — Gov. John Engler and Democratic challenger Geoffrey Fieger say their religious beliefs color their views about the state's role in people's lives. Engler's Catholic faith was deepened when hjs father died in 1992 and his triplet daughters were born in 1994, he told the Detroit Free Press for an article published Monday. As a child in Beal City, he was an altar boy and attended a parochial elementary school. ':, "Government cannot cure all of society's ills. People have a responsibility to develop their own moral codes and act upon them," he said. \ Fieger, who has sparred with some religious leaders in his defense of Dr. Jack Kevorkian and assisted suicide since 1990, grew up as a member of the Unitarian Universalist Association. The church's freewheeling theology receives some criticism, but its roots go back to the 16th-Cen- tury Protestant Reformation and it claims such members as Daniel Webster, Susan B. Anthony and former Gov. James Blanchard. The Aug. 29 issue of World Magazine, a national publication for evangelical Christians, called Fieger's view of religion "full-bore atheism." The Rev. Loyce Lester, pastor of Detroit's Original New Grace Baptist church, told the newspa- per'that's just not true. "As a matter of fact, he has a very solid biblical faith. ... I've heard him talk about civil rights, which was part of his family life. His father was riding buses down in Arkansas and Mississippi in the civil rights movement." Fieger criticizes, some of Engler's welfare policies, saying they don't show concern for peo- pie. "I do try to apply these real religious teachings; compassion toward people in need, defending the poor, obtaining justice for the oppressed. "Those are traditional teachings that all religions share and they should be applied in political circles," he said. Engler's welfare changes have sparked criticism from religious leaders. In his first term, he cut • off general assistant to about 82,000 recipients and began closing mental health facilities. "I still question his concern for the whole community," said Bishop R. Stewart Wood, head of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. Detroit Cardinal Adam Maida, who opposes assisted suicide, said he has differed with Engler over cuts for social services. Some Baptist pastors have a lingering image of Engler's social cuts as "mean spiritedness," said the Rev. Edgar Vann Jr., president of the Council of Baptist Pastors of Detroit and Vicinity. Engler and Fieger are scheduled to meet with the group later this month. In the emotionally charged debate over assisted suicide, some religious leaders have called the practice "murder." Fieger at times has called some of those critics "religious nuts" and told them to "keep their religious noses out of secular business." Fieger's defense over maintaining the separateness of church and state is • appropriate, said Martin Marty of Chicago, one of the nation's foremost historians of religions. 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