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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - October 20, 1986, Ironwood, Michigan Bosox Page 11 Index Lottery White Pine man GM leaving South Michigan wins a Weather Partly For the 24-hour period to 9 high 61, low 44. Previous 54, 36. Year 56, 28. No precipitation in the past 48-hours: Snow to 6V4 Year Page 3) Bessemer man dies in county jail By MARGARET LEVRA Daily Globe Staff BESSEMER - A 52-year-old Ironwood man died Sunday night following a hanging at the Gogebic County Pronounced dead at the Grand View Hospital was Victor who was residing at the Jones Hotel in Ironwood after his recent move from found in the cell at 10 with his feet on the in a leaning Gogebic County deputy Tom Miller had tied a bedsheet onto a cell and apparently leaned Miller The cell blocks are normally checked every 45 They were checked even more frequently Sunday Miller with visitation from 7 to 9 p.m. Each cell can be observed by the deskman by use of however those cameras only in the majority of the but do not get all of the Miller The hanging took place in the northeast corner of the out of the camera's Miller After being found by deputies during a cell Jacobson was taken to the Grand View where he was pronounced dead despite efforts by the officers and ambulance personnel to revive Jacobson was jailed on Oct. 18 for drunk driving and was awaiting a court appearance Gogebic County Sheriff Donald Pezzetti called in officers from the Michigan State Police Post in Wakefield to conduct an investigation into the A total of three deaths have been recorded at the jail in the past eight Miller One man was found sitting on the floor of the cell with a sheet tied around his He had tied the end of the sheet to the bunk Another Miller ate and hung himself by the time the officer got back to the cell to pick up the The sheriff's department has recently undergone a complete Wire which lined the segregation cell where disorderly persons are was removed at the request of the Department of Correction in The Miller requested the mesh removal when the monitoring system was installed that we could see the Although Miller said the mesh could prevent such incidents as he is not the answer if they really want to commit pointing out the person who died after tieing a sheet to the bunk Precautions are taken by the sheriff's department if there is any indication that a person is suicidal when brought Miller we are aware of we have people in the cell block that just sit with Further information on Sunday's incident will be released following the Miller Boulder Junction man faces boating death trial By The Daily Globe Staff EAGLE Wis. - A 53-year-old Boulder Junction man was released from the Vilas County jail on a signature bond on a charge of negligent operation of his boat in connection with an accident which resulted in the death of according to court Gerrold R. whose motorboat was in a collision which led to the death of a 56-year old Boulder Junction man on Sept. 16, entered an innocent plea in Vilas County Circuit Court and asked for a jury court officials A pretrial and motions hearing has been set for 2 p.m. Oct. 31. According to the John's boat struck the fishing boat occupied by Frederick Van Steenderen and his The older man was thrown from the boat and he apparently sustained a heart attack as he started to swim The complaint said the examination showed he had died of a heart He also had rib fractures and damage to the air passage and The accident happened on Boulder Lake according to the the occupants of the Jolin boat attempted to warn Jolin he was nearing the Van Steenderen Details of Blanchard visit complete By JAN TUCKER Daily Globe Staff WHITE PINE - Members of the Tri-County Labor-Management Council have put the finishing touches on plans for the Tuesday visit of Gov. James Blanchard at White governor has expressed a desire to come to White Pine ever since his extraordinary efforts which resulted in the reopening of the Eugene of the council An August to the governor by the council resulted in the Tuesday IRON visit to the only copper mine in the Prior to a public Blanchard is expected to tour portions of the mine with Copper Range President Russell Wood and Jim president of the Steelworkers Roy a member of the Tri-County said the 6 to 8 p.m. reception at the Tuesday is a chance for the public to say to the governor for his efforts in the reopening of the is an informal there is no no cash Gotham During the mine officials are expected to make a presentation to the governor and the Ontonagon Economic Development Corporation is also expected to make a presentation to Blanchard and Aide Tom Gov. Blanchard is expected to make some comments during the reception and a press conference is also expected to be held following the Blanchard's visit is second to Ontonagon County since his election four years The Ironwood Daily Gl MICHIGAN OCTOBER 20.1986 35 CENTS Hasenfus family in Nicaragua Wis. - The wife and a brother of a Marinette man captured in Nicaragua plan to remain in Managua throughout his family members Sally wife of Eugene and William his left Milwaukee's Mitchell Field early Sunday for said Donna William's plan to They are there at the present Donna Hasenfus said later Hasenfus was captured Oct. 6 after his cargo plane was shot down over He faced trial today in the a judicial body created in 1983 to prosecute people accused of counterrevolutionary Mrs. Hasenfus flew to Nicaragua a few days after the capture of her husband by He was the only survivor among four crewmen aboard a cargo plane that crashed while ferrying supplies to Contra She returned to her Marinette home saying she wanted to talk to attorneys about representing her husband when he faces She asked her brother-in-law to accompany her to Nicaragua for the Donna Hasenfus Alleged CIA operative faces trial in Managua Nicaragua - Eugene Hasenfus goes on trial today before a according to a Nicaraguan human rights the burden will be on the captured American to prove his Nicaraguan authorities have charged Hasenfus with violating laws governing public order and but detailed charges were to be made public for the first time at today's opening 45, of was captured Oct. 6 in southern Nicaragua after Sandinista troops shot down the cargo plane in which he was bringing supplies to the Contra Two other Americans died in the In an interview on the CBS program broadcast Hasenfus said he believed he was working for the U.S. government in supplying the although he said no one told him directly that he was purportedly working for the He said he was hired by the pilot killed in the William J. the same man he said had hired him to work for a airline in Southeast Hasenfus said the man who reportedly coordinated the supply Max with the CIA before and through his dealings with the himself and Mr. George Bush were That was all I was Congress has prohibited the CIA from aiding the rebels and President Vice President Bush and other administration officials deny any government involvement in the Contra supply In the most of the evidence against Hasenfus will be drawn from documents and objects found in the military transport plane that was shot according to Justice Minister Rodrigo Prisoners usually appear without counsel in the first session of the trial and no announcement has been made on who will represent Hasenfus in the later stages of the Former U.S. Attorney General Griffin Bell volunteered last week for the job but was ruled out under a Nicaraguan law that says the chief defense lawyer must be a Shamir takes over JERUSALEM - Parliament today gave Yitzhak Shamir and his proposed 25-member Cabinet an overwhelming vote of confidence and he was sworn in as Israel's ninth prime The vote was passed by a show of with 82 legislators voting in 17 against and three 71, took over from caretaker prime minister Shimon in keeping with an unprecedented accord between right-wing Likud bloc and the Labor Before the Shamir said in a speech before the or that as prime minister he would prevent Palestinian from entrenching themselves in Lebanon and establishing bases Construction of a new steel building is underway in Hurley as part of an extensive project for True Value The which is expected to be covered by Nov. 15, will house the existing business including the lawn and garden The new structure is being erected between the existing hardware business located on the corner of Third Avenue and Silver Street and the Martinetti building on the corner of Fourth and Wayne Nasi is the general contractor for the Margaret Globe 99th Congress does little to cut flow of red ink WASHINGTON - Free at members of the 99th Congress have gone crowing to voters about their accomplishments but frustrated at their failure to do more to combat federal red The second session of the 99th Congress ended two weeks and a day behind schedule as first the Senate and then the House adjourned Saturday night after 9 p.m. The 100th Congress convenes Jan. 6,1987. in all will be remembered for tax balancing our defense needs against the demands for fiscal and for its inability to find a successful formula to solve the continuing problem of our national said Senate Democratic Leader Robert C. Byrd of West and effort and some produced milestones that many of the members and many congressional observers never thought House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill said in a farewell statement marking his retirement from Senate Majority Leader Bob used a single word to describe the 99th Reagan will sign WASHINGTON - President Reagan overhaul legislation at ceremony Wednesday sweeping tax It had asked - for moat workers while cutting and the burden on corpora Hons From modest measures to begin Daylight Savings Time three weeks earlier and designate the rose as the national to the most sweeping tax code revision in a generation and the biggest spending in the 99th Congress compiled a record of staggering It also may have set an unofficial record for Even on the final day with attendance dwindling to almost adjournment was delayed for hours as stubborn legislators in each chamber bickered over the last remaining legislative or a new space shuttle to replace the destroyed Challenger and a that would allow U.S. pharmaceutical companies to export drugs not yet approved for use in this But Congress let die a five-year reauthorizing funds for federal highway and mass transit Among the major sticking points on the was a provision allowing states to raise the speed limit to 65 mph on rural interstates and provisions relating to billboard removal on Senate President Pro Tempore Strom a 32-year wore a button the 99 th every policy dilemma was resolved and some of our answers are less than Dole For the exact impact of the tax changes and a rewrite of the nation's immigration laws will take years to But at some this divided between a House of Representatives and a Senate in Republicans seemed like it would never do It was only in the past several months that Congress began months it looked like we wouldn't get very much Thurmond adding that it ended up being one of the most productive sessions he had ever Some said they were concerned by the tendency to let the legislative business pile up until the particularly on the budget It was only after weeks of and a partial governmental shutdown that Congress completed on a billion catchall spending needed to finance federal operations and programs for the fiscal year that began Oct. 1. President Reagan signed the spending measure
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