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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 2, 1986, Ironwood, Michigan e f Bessemer Oas winner Page 11 Index I Lottery Garvey raps defense Doubt drives Sheriff adds Mich. - The state Legislature has given Gov. James Blanchard a billion budget for 1986-8? with increases for education and the prison but one leader speculated the governor may reject parts of the The measures approved Tuesday by lawmakers before they began a summer break must be signed by who has vowed to review the bills carefully because they allocate more than the billion he Most of the added dollars went to the Corrections colleges and community colleges and public Democrat Blanchard and officials in his administration have agreed to the million lawmakers added for the prison but say the million in education boosts might be more than Michigan can sure the governor will have parts of the budget that he will look at and House Speaker Gary told a news happy we were able to hold the level of spending that we We're all a little pointed in the mushrooming costs of the corrections (New are coming on line earlier than expected and costs are higher than originally educational increases 1 think the governor would have liked to have held those to a lower as would but the legislative pressure was such that those were Owen The House and Senate spent most of Tuesday putting the finishing touches on the which distribute state tax dollars to run Michigan's CLEAR Clear and For the 24-hour period to 9 high 70 low 50. Previous 73, 51. Year 80,54. No precipitation in the past 24-hours. Page 121 music By The Daily Globe Staff BESSEMER - A will be leading Marty's Drum and Bugle once again during Fourth of July weekend Dan a 1970 graduate of A.D. Johnston High is serving as musical director for the for a sixth consecutive As he arranges all the music for the corps - music which gains a more devoted following each year - as well as coordinating marching directing concert and serving as a soloist and ensemble member in the soprano bugle The flash and strut of Marty's will be featured at four locations on July 4 and at two on July 5. After a Fourth of July appearance at and the will return to the Gogebic Range for afternoon and evening parades at Ramsay and July 5 performances will include centennial parades at Bruce Crossing and After studying under Bessemer band and choir teacher Fred the son of Dominic and Letizia attended Northern Michigan receiving a degree in music He has also done post-graduate study in music at From 1974 through 1981, he served as band director at the Creek He currently is employed by Prudential Insurance and Financial at What does enjoy most about working with the M feiP i. DAN satisfaction of seeing something created and performed he What accounts for the warm reception the corps receives at each a combination of the history and the uniqueness of our It's the kind of music people want to The music goes from patriotic to We throw variety at The high points of the area Fourth of July celebrations are always the high point of the no because there's the People know that Marty's are going to be there and they're a tradition for the people in the corps along with the people It's kind of like a reward to have the opportunity march in those The corps will add a special twist to its traditional presentation at Bessemer's Massie legislature OKs prison limit extension Mich. - A aimed at heading off a prison crowding crisis now is before Gov. James The approved Tuesday by the lifts a ban against Once Blanchard signs the into there will be no danger of Michigan having to turn away any prison Lawrence Blanchard's legal had warned that approval was needed soon or entirely possible that hundreds of felons will be out on the housing is used in temporary facilities that are erected while single-cell prisons are But the provision allowing such multiple occupancy expired Jan. 1, and state Department of Corrections officials say they'll have to start rejecting new prisoners unless the governor signs the repealing that In the last session before leaving on a summer the measure was sent to Blanchard on a 34-0 Senate vote and 102-0 House Blanchard backs the and is expected to sign it. The prison population stands at 19,475, Corrections spokesman Richard McKeon that's 2,017 inmates over the system's legal and the Corrections Department estimates there's a net increase of 250 inmates every Lifting the ban will enable the state to house prisoners in a 100-bed building at Lakeland Correctional a converted mental hea 2th complex in ter in Branch officials The also would change the way the state sets the system's legal It would include the temporary as part of the S. Africa charges 780 detainees South Africa - The government today broke its silence on the number of people held under the state of emergency and said it plans to file criminal charges against 780 of The government refused to disclose the total number of people detained without charge since the June 12 emergency Estimates by South African and foreign monitoring groups range from 1,800 to more than 3,000, including labor students and MICHIGAN JULY 2, 1986 35 CENTS Lebanon - An American held captive by Lebanese drug traffickers has been freed unharmed and delivered to the U.S. Lebanese officials said The former captive was identified as Steven John 32, of who claims to have been an informant for the U.S. Drug Cen tennial Q So you think you know all about the area communities celebrating their Let's During the next few the Daily Globe will publish several trivia questions on page 1. Bruce Crossing was featured Saxon is On Mellen gets the nod and Marenisco will be in the spotlight on There will be no just the satisfaction that comes from knowing you know more about your town than anyone Here's today's 1. Who will be the marshal in Saxon's July Fourth Centennial 2. Who played the boxer in Hemingway's of a Young filmed in the Saxon 3. What was the first operate in 4. In what year was the school 5. How many students graduated in the senior class of 1964? Page 7) Enforcement The DEA has denied he was a drug agent without specifying whether he worked for the Donahue's has said her husband agreed to work as a government informant following his 1982 arrest on charges he smuggled from There were conflicting reports on the length of Donahue's Mrs. Donahue said her husband was kidnapped in August 1985. Lebanese officials who spoke on condition of anonymity said he was held for 22 In an interview Donahue told ABC News he was released because exchanged about U.S. Embassy spokesman Robert Gould confirmed Donahue's but said he could not disclose a question of I have no right to tell you anything about He is a private He's not working for the U.S. Gould ' ' There was no information on the identity of Donahue's captors or the people who escorted him to the The Lebanese officials said Donahue was kidnaped by Shiite Moslem drug dealers for his nose into the was held for economic reasons not and the big danger for me was that they were going to turn me over to a political Donahue told Five other Americans are missing and believed kidnapped by Shiite Moslem zealots in Donahue reportedly was held in eastern Lebanon's Bekaa He was driven to the U.S. Embassy in east Beirut's Christian suburb of on the Lebanese officials British author Anthony had lieen in Lebanon with working on a book about drug said in October that he believed Lebanese families involved in drug trafficking abducted Donahue because * they feared he would inform on ruling action WASHINGTON - The Supreme handing civil rights forces a sweeping today reaffirmed the legality of affirmative action in the American workplace to remedy past discrimination against blacks and other The court's latest word on affirmative action came in two In the justices approved a plan in Cleveland that reserves about half the promotions in the city's fire department for qualified minority In the the court upheld a ruling that a union representing sheet metal workers in New York and New Jersey must significantly raise its non-white membership by August 1987. The rulings represent a major defeat for the Reagan which sought to limit on-the-job racial By a 6-3 vote in the sheet metal workers the court rejected the administration's position that only actual victims of discrimination may benefit from affirmative action The justices said that more sweeping remedies do not violate federal civil rights laws or the J amm Photo Bob Lamora and Harold Remington were on stage during the presentation of a plaque from the State of Michigan during the Bruce Crossing Centennial talent show Tuesday evening at the Co-op Concrete was poured on a portion of the Silver Street bridge Tuesday as part of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation bridge rehabilitation The work is being done by Lunda Black River Wis. Work is also Margaret progressing on the U.S. 2 bridge on the border as part of the same Rehabilitation work is also scheduled for a bridge in
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