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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - November 20, 1989, Ironwood, Michigan The Ironwood x f tf 35CENTf For the 24hour period to 7 this morning high low Previous period high low Year ago high low Seasons snow Inches year ago Snow on ground 3 More Page 2 Bush schedules national address WASHINGTON AP President Bush will make a nationally broadcast address Wednesday evening on events in Eastern Europe and next months summit with Soviet President Mikhail Gor it was announced to The at 9 will be broadcast from the presidential retreat at Camp David in Marylands Catoctin where Bush will be spending the Thanksgiving It will be only the second time in his presidency that Bush has made a televised The first was 5 when he an nounced details of an anti drug Earthquake jolts southeastern Iran Cyprus AP A strong earthquake jolted southeastern early killing at least three people and injuring 45 as it toppled the official Islamic Re public News Agency The agency said the quake measured 6 on the Richter scale and shook the entire province of home to more than 1 million IRNA quoted officials in Ker man as saying that casualty reports were still being as Hardest hit were the cities of Golbaf and east of the provincial IRNA An earthquake measuring on the Richter scale devas tated a number of villages in the same region in July killing persons and in juring and neigboring Pars province to the are frequently hit by Seven villages were severely damaged and four people hurt in an earthquake that shook Pars in Michigan will invest in Poland CHICAGO AP Ten mil lion Michigan dollars will mark the first purchase of se curities issued under a bond for Poland to aid the nations struggling State Treasurer Robert Bow man announced the purchase Saturday during a visit of No bel Prizewinning labor leader Lech Walesa in The leader of Polands Solidarity trade union movement is tour ing the United States in search of financial During a meeting Saturday morning with Bowman and Polish American Congress President Edward Walesa said he hoped others would follow the Michigan treasurers The bond program was pro posed by Detroit attorney Ri chard Walawender and ap proved by the directors of the congress The program is sponsored by the Polish American an um brella group for more than 90 national PolishAmerican or Index Czechs calling for reforms Czechoslovakia AP About demonstrators packed downtown Wenceslas Square today in the largest anti government protest in this Com munist Police did not in Protesters demanded a new government and free and loudly supported a general strike students and artists had called for The rally followed three days of increasingly angry protests over recent police violence against peaceful demonstrators in down town Also students began a sitin strike at Prague universi ties to protest police attacks on and a Communist leader for the first time con demned the bloody crackdown Banned playwright and prominent activist Vaclav Havel canceled a trip to Sweden to pro test the At least three official Prague theaters went on a de facto Tragedy dampens hunting season By RALPH ANSAMI Globe Outdoor Editor Northern Wisconsins deer hunting season opened on a tragic note as at least two hunt ers were shot and killed and a third man died the day before the Saturday Louis was found dead on a trail leading to his deer stand in the Highway 77Tyler Forks area of Iron Darin was reported missing around Friday and he was found dead around 10 The cause of death is under in Douglas County Sheriff Richard Lindberg said Micheal of was shot and killed around Saturday in a wooded area in the Town of Solon Mathews was shot by a hunting partner from about 300 feet away as he was apparently mistaken for a In Forest ah unidenti fied 34yearold Wabeno man died after accidently being shot by a hunting A 25yearold Rhinelander man was wounded in the Oneida County Town of Pelican Satur Mark Wilmot received a gunshot wound in the a spokesman for the Oneida County Sheriffs Department He was taken to Marys Hospital for The inci dent was under investigation by Two hunters were wounded in separate deer hunting accidents in Bayfield Vilas County deputies reported no hunting but said nu merous complaints were received of Hunters are ad vised to seek permission to hunt on private Deputies at both the Ashland and Price County sheriff depart ments reported no hunting mis A lost hunter over the weekend in the Mercer area was found The who was hunting in the Sandy Beach Lake was reported overdue and was found around The re port said he was but With deer on the numer ous cardeer accidents have been investigated A semi truck registered to Chief Oil Company went into the ditch around 4 this morning on 2 in the Town of Kimball when it struck a No injuries were but one lane of the highway was blocked following the Iron County deputies There was minor damage to the Since Michigans deer season opened at least nine hunters were wounded in shoot ing accidents across the state police said Three hunters have Gogebic County deputies and Michigan State Police from the Wakefield post reported a safe weekend of With deer numbers at a high level following several mild win hunters were downing some impressive bucks throughout the Gerard Globe Chairlifts carry earlyseason skiers up Indianhead Mountain Saturday as the downhill season resumed after being inter rupted by mild The forecast calls for heavy snow across Bip Snow assuring the traditionally good Thanksgiving holiday skiing visitors to the region have come to Dome bound Linda Evening News Ontonagon Gladiators Jim Bobula Jerry Cleary Jerry Balcomb 88 and Peter Miilu 47 savor their victory Sat urday at The Glads defeated Muskegon Catholic Central 2321 to earn a trip to the state Class C championship at the Pontiac quarterback Chris sweeps the Muskegon Related Page Gladiators make believers out of Michigan grid fans By JAN TUCKER Globe Staff Writer ONTONAGON Chants of power will ring in the Sil verdome as former Up per Peninsula residents join with hundreds of others from the to cheer for one of their Ontonagon defeated Muskegon Catholic Central 2321 at Ig nace Saturday to earn a trip to the state Class C championship at the Pontiac Silverdome Satur While Ontonagon Area fans have always had faith in their the team has made believers of downstaters who never heard of the Coach Bob Carlson said a De troit Newspaper even sent a re porter to Ontonagon for an inter view on I think we are getting more re I can feel it in the tele phone calls and compliments the team is Carlson add In Ontonagon store windows now carry the numbers of the Gladiator team members with The David pastor of Holy Family Catholic could be forgiven a slip of the tongue Saturday night when he told the congregation the team would play in the Super Bowl next For most residents the state fi nals are the Super Bowl of high school Sunday in bars in there was one the Gladiators and their chances for a state Saturday many of the bun dledup rooters were former and Ontonagon residents and We finally are getting some re one noting he was tired of of the attitude that the was a notalent backwoods of They will all be there Saturday chanting to same Carlson said he thinks the team will be leaving Thursday for Mar quette where they will practice on Northern Michigans Astro turf He said he is also hoping to find another college with Astro turf room downstate for a second The like most other have never played on artifical Carlson said Jim in jured in Saturdays is ex pected to be back in action Satur He was checked out well in Igance and will also get a checkup but we think he will be Carlson Carlson said he expects this week to be exciting as the team prepares for Its a coachs nightmare in many and a coachs dream in all Carlson Krenz addresses nation EAST BERLIN AP On a night tens of thousands of pro testers braved icy winds to de mand a leader they can new Communist chief Egon Krenz declared via national tele vision that he serves at the will of the The East German leader made his latest bid for popular support Sunday in an unprecedented open exchange with East Ger man television from his modest new
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