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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - May 22, 1989, Ironwood, Michigan The Ironwood MAY 1989 35 CENTS Weather Mostly For the 24 hour period to 7 this morning In Ironwood high low Previous period high low Year ago high low 48 Precipitation More Page 2 Today Guard unit completes training A total of 120 soldiers from Company 107th Engineer ing over the week end returned from the compa nys annual twoweek training in The company consisted of 70 persons from Ironwood and 50 persons from Iron Mich according to Bill The training began on May The first 10 days of training was devoted to in the field tac Dowd with the re mainder of the time spent on range firing and crewserved Plane makes emergency landing AP Three East Lansing men es caped injury when their pri vate plane an emergency landing on the Michigan Technological Uni versity school officials Engine trouble forced the Piper Warrior down at 4 Sunday on a road at the Houghton according to pilot Richard The plane apparently flipped after hitting a road university spokesman Bill Curnow Stabley and passengers Gary Iverson and Gareth an exchange student from Great refused medical treatment at the The three Michigan State University students were en route from East Lansing to union authorizes strike WASHINGTON AP Members of largest union voted overwhelmingly to authorize a strike if a new con tract with the telecommunica tions giant is not reached by union officials said The Communications Work ers of America did not release a breakdown of the secretbal lot vote authorizing its execu tive council to call a with the date to be determined by union President Morton Flood waters damage park By RALPH ANSAMI Globe Staff Writer Heavy rainfall flooded the Iron County park at Saxon Harbor Friday night and early Saturday causing extensive Oronto Creek flooded its washing about two feet of sand and trees over about half of the Lake Superior Culverts on the creek appar ently were plugged by the sudden downpour and the water washed over the county trunk road lead ing to the The road was but was reduced to one lane of traffic alongside the Iron County Forest Administra tor Tom Salzmann said this morning the countys highway department crew had been dis patched to clean up the Page 15 Wo picnic Ralph Globe Picnic tables line the roadway at the county park at Saxon where a flash flood filled half of the park with sand over the Soldiers wont move protesters BELTING AP In a stinging blow to Premier Li more than 100 top military officers signed a letter today opposing his declaration of martial law in saying the army will never shoot the sources Staterun television also quoted an officer as saying he had been told to withdraw his troops because of widespread popular In central Tiananmen the roughly student protesters the troops had been or dered to disperse savored their latest victory af ter hundreds of thousands of people again mired troop convoys with For a second masses of city residents had stymied the jamming major roads with public trucks and garbage Students and citizens defiantly vowed to con tinue their struggle until Li and senior leader Deng Xiaoping Many people believe Li acted on Dengs The peoples mobilization was a severe blow to whose declaration of martial law in the capi tal on Saturday has apparently backfired and strengthened popular support for a 10day pro democracy protest in the The officers sent to the Peoples Daily mouthpiece of the ruling Communist was a further Seven wellknown military including former Defense Minister Zhang Aiping and for mer Peoples Liberation Army Chief of Staff Yang wrote the a source at the Peoples Daily Thompson defends spearing patrols Superior archer Shannon is all concentration during ar chery training at Camp held for area sixth graders at the extension camp at Little Girls Point on Lake Re lated Page EAU AP The state did all it could to protect the Chippewa during their recent spearfishing season and now wants to focus on economic devel opment for Wisconsins Indian Tommy Thompson Its certainly something I dont to have 60 percent unemployment on the reserva Thompson said while be ing questioned by an audience of faculty and Thompson said the state did everything to protect Chippewa spearers from violent protests at northern boat landing during the recent spring spearfishing season and will now put emphasis on economic development for Indi A new state program of busi ness enterprise zones will include one on an Indian Th ompson Several of the tribes have indicated a desire to be awarded one of the he Theres no question the Indi ans want economic develop Thompson They want who spoke Saturday at commencement exercises at the University of WisconsinEau noted four law enforce ment officers were injured while keeping protest crowds away from Chippewa fishermen in late April and early There wasnt one Indian that was Thompson There was not one Indian denied his right to spear in the whole The tribes offreservation rights to trap and har TOMMY THOMPSON vest wild grain are guaranteed by 19th century treaties in which the tribe deeded the northern third of the state to the United During a 30minute meeting following his campus the governor was asked why he did not speak more strongly against the racism reflected in the lake side I havent heard until criticize the law enforce ment he Thompson reminded the audi ence during the spearfish ing he spoke with tribal leaders and treaty critics and went to the nations capital to urge help from the Department of the You talk about leadership Thompson I have been out Page 15 College AIDS rate cause for concern WASHINGTON AP The American College Health Association said today a study of 19 campuses found that two out of every stu dents tested was infected with a rate below the national average but a figure one official said should cause real Officials said the study points up the need for more aggressive efforts to prevent the spread of the deadly virus on college The study the nations first survey attempting to determine the prevalence of AIDS among col lege students tested the blood of stu dents who sought medical attention in their cam pus health Of 30 tested positive for the human immu nodeficiency or which amounts to an overall infection rate of said the asso which conducted the study with the fed eral Centers for Disease No student tested positive at 10 of the while five of the schools had rates of percent or Richard director of student health ser vices at the University of Virginia and president of the college health the survey re sults establish beyond any doubt that HIV infec infection is a current problem on college college health official tion is a current problem on college By studies have indicated that the infection rate among prisoners is four out of or researchers believe 1 million to million people are a rate of percent to or acquired immune deficiency is a fatal isease that attacks the bodys immune rendering it incapable of resist ing other diseases and The virus most often is spread through close contact with blood products or semen from infected Its chief victims have been homosexual men and intravenous drug although a small percent age of cases are attributed to transfusions of con taminated heterosexual contact and spread from infected pregnant women to their No Michigan or Wisconsin schools took part in the 1
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