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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 15, 1989, Ironwood, Michigan The Ironwood YEAR 35 CINTS the 24hour period to 7 this morning high 33 low Previous period high low Year ago high low Snow during the 24hour period Seasons snow More Page 2 Weather Budget means no tax increase Iron County adopted a total tax levy budget of at its annual budget hearing slightly down from last years levy of With the tax levy only slightly up from last Iron County Clerk George Reed There will be no in crease in county taxes for tax he property taxes may increase because of city and school This years adopted budget represents in ex and in revenues compared to in expenditures last year and in Practical joke means close call ONTONAGON A practical joke backfired for two down state hunters in the agon area and nearly landed them in Officials in Ontonagon county said they were notified that hunters were in posses sion of a a The moose is protected in Michigan and killing one car ries a penalty of in res up to two years in jail and Officials had a tip on the men and the vehicle they drove and after two days lo the men and were about to arrest The hunters told officials the leg and foot were taken from a Canadian Gogebic Range United Way Goal Raised Send donations to Gogebic Range United Way Box 248 Ml 49938 Index Sleepy visitor Michigan deer hunt begins By The Associated Press Pickup campers and trailers crammed with gear and bright orange coveralls headed to remote areas of Michigan where hunters will spend the next 16 days preying on an estimated 2 million During this years hunting sea beginning with todays opening of the firearm about onequarter of the deer population will die and the state merchants will get about million according to AAA Michigan and the Department of Natural About firearm hunters were expected to begin trekking into the woods the first day of the 16day They are expected to kill deer by said Ed a DNR Page 3 Gerard Globe A great homed owl takes his rest atop some old stonework in the yard of Ed and Frances Indications were the eyes at had recently dined on a Conditions right for Wisconsin hunt Weather only possible snag Don bagged a 175pound buck at about Wednesday morning in the South Davis Road He was hunting with his who first noticed the To hang your deer on The Daily Globes call the paper between 7 and noon Monday through Friday or 7 to 11 Saturday at 906 9322211 tollfree in the Upper By MARGARET LEVRA Globe Staff Writer The deer kill should equal that of last if not exceed that depending upon the said Wisconsin Depart ment of Natural Resources Wild life Manager John Olson from the Mercer Ranger Olson was predicting the deer kill in Iron County for the ing 1989 Wisconsin deer gun sea son which opens on Saturday and runs through The deer kill in Iron County to talled 998 deer last Olson with 702 bucks taken and 296 antlerless deer That Olson was a 38year record buck Perfect deer harvest Olson would include a light overcast the tem in the low 30s with minimum snow The snow he pointed would be ideal for tracking and sighting the a significant snowfall could prevent a successful hunt ing Snowfall on the Goge bic Range began on Tuesday with snow continuing to fall through the With a light blanket of snow on the ground early hunting conditions could have been termed cold temperatures and lake induced snow ia in the forecast through ac cording to a spokesman from the National Weather Service in with more than one foot of snow forecast through Scattered snow along the Lake Superior shoreline is in the fore cast for the weekend with the mercury hanging in the the spokesman Weather advisory watches and warnings were issued for West ern and Central Upper Michigan at this a spokes man from the Michigan State Po lice Post in Wakefield Because of low hunting pres sure in Unit which passes most of Iron a sig number of hunters choice permits have been As a matter of Olson all Iron County hunters that ap plied for a hunters choice received The number of hunters choice permits for Unit 28 has more than doubled from last he pointed with issued in 1988 compared to in After the available hunters choice permits for Unit 28 were issued Olson the state still had permits In addition to receipt of hunt ers choice permits by all Unit 28 hunters who Olson many will also receive a bonus Page 3 Lawmakers seek strategy against nuclear dump AP The threat of a radioactive waste dis posal facility being built next door to their constituents has Michigan lawmakers huddling to discuss how to fight the Its a very volatile political is said Gary R whose dis is listed among the top 10 possible areas for a disposal were Legislators from areas targeted as possible sites for a radioactive waste dump began meeting behind closed doors Tuesday to plan strategy to op pose the Out of 19 legislators directly af by the radioactive waste Tuesdays meeting drew lawmakers or aides from 11 said Timothy who organized the But the only concrete result was a decision to meet I dont think its a foregone conclusion that a site needs to be developed in Michigan or or even in the Walberg said lawmakers conceded it might be futile to urge Con gress to reconsider the 1980 law that authorized regional com sites for the The Midwest Interstate Radioactive Waste Commission chose Michigan in 1987 to provide the first Last the Michigan Radioactive Waste Authority chose three in Clair and agon as possible Three specific sites are to be se from the larger areas early next with a final site to be picked about 18 months after Walberg said they also want to talk to leaders of the state au It was very clear we want to meet with the waste authority and discuss pointblank that the information has been inade Walberg Weve been kept in the Elaine associate com missioner of the Michigan au said there should be no problem in setting up a meeting between authority officials and the Walberg also said lawmakers will urge nal delegation to press Congress to renew talks on the setting up the regional disposal Its not a done deal he He added that the publicity over the proposed areas for the dump already has begun to hurt land Randall said legis lative leaders may be asked to schedule debate on bills to pull Michigan out of the Midwest The state still would be respon sible for the waste generated but wouldnt have to take the waste from Iowa and We need to do whatever we can to persuade Congress to take an other look at the whole compact he Walesa pushes for greater investment WASHINGTON AP Soli darity leader Lech Walesa today applauded moves in Congress to send millions of dollars in aid to Poland but said more investment is needed to rescue the economy from the verge of utter We are not asking for or expecting but we would like to see our country treated as a partner and a Walesa said in remarks prepared for a joint meeting of His appearance marked only the second time a foreign private citizen spoke to such an assembly and the first since the Marquis de Lafayette appeared in Walesa called on those in the West who are now praising Soli darity to back up their words with economic Being a worker and a man of concrete I must tell you that the supply of words on the world market is but the demand is Let deeds fol low words the 46yearold onetime shipyard electrician Walesa spoke as Congress worked to resolve differences over legislation to send hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to his His speech in the House cham ber came on the second day of a weeklong trip to the United After his Walesa was meeting congressional sitting down with Secretary of State James Baker III and re turning to the Capitol for a din He dined with President Bush at the White House Tues day The Senate voted 990 Tuesday to authorize million in eco nomic aid to Poland over years and million for Hunga another East Bloc nation at tempting to shed its rigidly con trolled The House went ap proving an initial oneyear in stallment of million for the two Navy safety check begun WASHINGTON AP Navy commanders around the world are under orders to leave no stone unturned during an un precedented operations cutback and 48hour safety check de signed to stem the string of deadly accidents plaguing the Carlisle the chief of naval on Tuesday ordered that a safety be conducted at all Navy facilities within three Prudent leadership demands that we take a look at everything that might be a possible cause for this recent spate of re of their Trost told reporters at a Pentagon news The order requires flying squadrons and shore facilities to interrupt operations and review basic salety and operating it will allow such op as ship movements in the Persian Gulf and drug in activities to the fourstar admiral A does not bring ships in from stop fly ing airplanes operations around the world must Trost In his Trost told fleet commanders and other se Navy leaders that they should leave no stone unturned to the safety of operations is foremost in the minds of all
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