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THE DAILY GLOBE. Ironwood, Ml — Wednesday, Sept. 16,1998 Page 2 Craftsman Tools found Locally Only At Your Ironwood ~~~~~ ~ Western Auto Store. CRRFTSMRH Quality took far the horn*, garage or automofafe. NEW TQU FREE 1-800-546-WEST Western Auto 507 N. lake St. Iroowovd, Michigan (906)932-WEST — 292 FOI*QC3St For Noon Thursday COLD IMWM IMTWUWr e 155: A± = uWe«th« HL E3 ES E] . -iS G3 E3 Weather Data FORECAST Tonight, mostly clear. Lows near 50. Light southwest winds. Thursday, partly sunny. Highs near 75. LAKE FORECAST Lake Superior Tonight, southwest winds 10 to 20 knots shifting to northeast. Waves 1 to 4 feet. Thursday, east winds about 10 knota veering to southwest and increasing to 10 to 20 knots. Waves 1 to 3 feet. EXTENDED FORECAST Upper Peninsula Friday, a chance of showers. Lows in the upper 4Os to lower 50s. Higha in the upper 60s to lower 70*. Saturday, a chance of showers. Lows about 50. Highs in the upper 60s to about 70. Sunday, a chance of showers. Lows in the mid 40s to about 50. Highs in the mid to upper 60s. IN IRONWOOD For the 24-hour period to 7 this morning: high 69, low 46. Previous period: high 77, low 61. Year ago: high 67, low 55. Records: high of 93 in 1939, low, 24, 1964. No precipitation during the 24-hour period. Sunset today: 7:11 p.m. : Sunri»e Thursday: 6:42 a.m. Signs say fall is creeping in Video newest menace to Clinton Compiled by The Globe Staff Honkers visit If there was any doubt that fall is here, despite the calendar, just drive by the Charles Wilbur ranch on M-38, outside of Ontonagon. Tidbits Geese have gathered on both sides of the highway in their usual fall ritual before taking off for points south. Lake Michelle has been full of gee%e, of the southbound variety. Co lor watch The leaves are really starting to turn now between here and Marquette, Jan adds. It isn't going to be any more than 10 days now and they'll be at their peak. Leona Hill, of Wakefield, tells us the.color on Highway 77 near Mellon, Wis., is already outstanding. LeeAnn Heikkila, our newsroom paste-up princess, says A man with... ...a reputation for speaking frankly spoke frankly Monday. After planting a new lawn and nursing it through one of the driest summers in Gogebic Range history, joyriders decided to spin some donuts on Joe Mack's front lawn. How angry is the retired state senator? He's offering a $250 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the perpetrators. "It's just a good thing I didn't have a shotgun in my hands when this was going on, or there would have been serious vehicular damage," Mack said. The Lottery Here are the winning numbers se- I PC tod Tuesday in the Michigan State Lottery: Midday Daily Lottery 6-0-3 • Midday Daily-4 6-9-0-4 Daily Lottery 5-0-8 .. 9-4-7-5 Cash-5 5-6-30-32-38 Keno '2. 6. 7. 10, 12, 14. 17. 18, 19, 24, 26, .10, 32,41, 44,51. 64, 67,69, 70, 76,79. Big Game 11-26-30-37-38 Big Money Ball: 20. Wednesday's Michigan Lotto jackpot is estimated at $4 million. Friday's Bip Game jackpot is estimated at $18 million. PickS The winning numbers for Wisconsin's Daily Pick 3 lottery drawing Tuesday were: 2-7-8. Pick 4 The winning numtara for Wisconsin's Daily Pick 4 lottery drawing Tuesday were: 8-6-7-4 Cash 4 Life Tho winning numbers drawn Tuesday night in "Cash 4 Life" are: 43-6188-97. Supercaah The winning numbers for the Wisconsin state SuperCaah drawing Tuesday were: 05-07-10-15-23-25. The jackpot... the multistate Big Game lottery grew to $18 million after none of the tickets sold for the latest drawing matched all five lotto numbers and the Big Money Ball number (see below). Two second-prize winners won $150,000 in Tuesday night's $16 million drawing, matching the five 5/50 numbers but not the Big Money Ball number. One of the tickets was sold in Michigan. Ten tickets, five of them sold in Michigan, matched four of the five lotto numbers, plus the Big Money Ball number. Each is worth $5,000. The next drawing will be Friday. Sawyer factory closure idles 60 GWINN, Mich. <AP) — A factory at the former K.I. Sawyer Air Force Base is closing, eliminating 60 local jobs. The Hamlin Inc. plant is shutting down Oct. 31 as part of a corporate restructuring plan by its parent company, Breed Technologies of Lakeland, Fla. "You know how big business is these days," plant manager Tom Lcnz said Tuesday. "We're no longer this little Hamlin company." Hamlin is based in Lakewood, Wis. Its Sawyer plant makes electronic switches for cellular phones, air bags and smoke alarms. (Continued from Page 1) reporters. "You can't just sort of pretend it didn't happen and walk away." Starr's report on the president and his affair with Ms. Lewinsky, a portion of which was made public last week, cited what the prosecutors said was evidence of impeachable offenses in 11 instances, including perjury and obstruction of justice. The president has apologized for his behavior but has not admitted violating any law. • . Asked about calls for Clinton to reimburse some of the costs Stan- has incurred — said to be some $4.4 million investigating the Lewinsky cover-up allegations — White House Press Secretary' Mike McCurry said, "If there's a serious effort made in Congress to that, we'll consider it when the time comes." Minority Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee said showing the tape would be unfair to the president, who became the only witness videotaped when he insisted that his Aug. 17 questioning take place in the White House. Jurors at the federal courthouse watched a closed-circuit TV signal of the testimony, with extraordinary security measures in place to prevent electronic interceptions. Lawyers familiar with Clinton's testimony said the videotape shows the president at times angry with sexually graphic questioning by Starr's aides. A few times, Clinton appears caught off guard by a question and struggles to answer it, the lawyers said. And many times when pressed to give more details, Clinton keeps referring back to the narrowly legalistic statement his lawyers prepared to answer questions about the sexual nature of his relationship with Ms. Lewinsky. White House officials worried that the tape may undo the contrite image Clinton carefully built over the past two weeks with frequent public apologies about his "inappropriate" relationship with the former White House intern. And they also worried the public release of the video would begin appearing in Republican political attacks ads and fund-raising appeals. "We just hope that it's not misused," McCurry said. A CBS-New York Times poll out today showed 58 percent of Americans against beginning im-, peachment hearings over the Lewinsky affair, while 57 percent said Congress should censure Clinton. The Sept. 12-14 telephone poll of 1,813 adults had a 3 percentage point margin of error. A CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll found that 50 percent favor Con- gress holding hearings and 44 percent dropping the matter. Among self-identified likely voters, 58 percent wanted hearings to 38 percent who wanted to drop the matter. The Sept. 14-15 survey of 1,028 adults had a 3 percentage point margin of error. The margin error was 5 percentage points among a subset of 401 likely voters. The senior Democrat on the Ju- diciary Committee, Rep. John Conyers of Michigan, said it would be "a violation of the bipartisan spirit" for Republicans to muscle release of the tape through the committee. "The text yes, the videos no." Rep. James Rogan, R-Calif.', said that only watching the appearance would allow lawmakers and the public "to judge his demeanor and credibility." CLOVERLAND LEE CURTIS 032-4424 EVH MB ~^ Ditw jBttUHOI! Showtlm«« 7:00 ft 9:15 Both Mcrvi«« Held Oror MADEUNt ^a FIVKM McOotiMnif (E3 Starts Friday 7:00 ONLY Kodak Film Developing Hot Price euvry doy 4" Double Prints 2 for 1 Every Day Marn Street. Ironwood 932-3901 Attention Hurley, Ironwood & Mercer residents. Starting September 17th: Lake of the Torches Resort Casino is offering you Complimentary Shuttle Service on Thursday evenings. Receive a free ride, $10 in Match Play and a chance to win a Casino Prize! Call 1-800-25-TORCH Extension 551 for details. ' We also have Limo service available! Special occasions are made memorable when you show up in Lake of the.Torches Limousine. In Lac du Ramtxsau. Wisconsin on Hwy_47 The Uc du Flamb^u Band o< Uke Superior Chlpp,w Lakeodrm Torchos r»»<»fv«i tn« right lo «H»f Of c<nc<mt>a program without notio. HEALTH BOARD SEEKS APPEALS BOARD CANDIDATES The Western Upper Peninsula District Health Department Health Board is seeking candidates to serve on the appeals board for implementation of the Superior Environmental Health Code in the five counties of the district, includinz Baraga, Gogebic, Houghton, Keweenaw, and Ontonagon. Currently the Code provides for licensing and registration, establishes fees for service, and sets standards for single and two-family water supplies and onsite sewage treatmentAlisposa! systems. The function of the Board of Appeals is to hear appeals and provide for reasonable and equitable interpretations of the provisions of the Code and Technical Manual. If you are interested in environmental health issues and want to serve on Die appeals board, send your letter of interest to: Board of Health Chairperson Western U.R District Health Department 540 Depot Street, Hancock, M149930 LIVE STAND-UP COMEDY at the Country Kitchen/Country Pub [ronwood, MI (906)932-2610 SaL, Sept. 19,1998 Showtime 8:30 p.m. Tickets: '5.00 in Advance *7.00 at the door — Craig Clausnitzer — A Fantastic Standup Comedian Don't Miss Him! \ls« \pfH-uring - JOHN M-1 l\ Inim Vli.m COME CHECK OUT America's Hottest Comedians ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER FREE!! Any Size Cup of Coffee Holiday Station Store 215 West U.S. 2 Wakefield, MI 49968 _ Valid thru 9/23/98 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. NKVVS. SPORTS. PHOTON ... DAILY G Gary A. Larnberg General M a ^ a .V am Business Manager "'" Managing Editor em« Um Advertising Director B Ai Circulation Manager Rlchard L ' nn • Production Manager (906) 932-2211 • (800) 236-2887 FAX (906)932-5358 ~ Serving Range Readers Since 1919 Story or picture ideas, corrections, questions or information on news coverage Call (90ft) 9.12-221 I or Fax (<X>6) 932-5358. Monday-Thursday 7 a.m. lo 2 p.m. Friday 7 a.m. to noon. 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. OnlonaKon Nirw* Ilurcau: Jan Tucker. 416 Amygalokl Si., Onlon:i«on. Ml Telephone ('H)6) N84-4I96 IOSI 11S< ttllti; Call the Circulalion Department Monday-Friday 7 «.m.-4 p.m. forcurrcm subscription informaiion. Save up to a third off the newsstand price hy getting home delivery of the Daily Globe. Mi.wd paptn; If you do not receive your paper and you can- no* reach your carrier, contact circulation department hy 5:30 p.m. weekdays. TOAOVKIMISK... 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