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Ironwood Daily Globe (Newspaper) - April 5, 1986, Ironwood, Michigan The daily Globe Ironwood my t saturday april 5, 1986 Page 2 the world Vatican defines Church s role Vatican City a the Vatican in a major document defining the Church s role in society today said roman catholics have the right to combat unjust regimes but that clergy must not intervene directly in the political construction of their countries. It would be criminal to take the energies of popular piety and misdirect them toward a purely earthly plan of liberation said the 59-Page document entitled instruction on Christian Freedom and the document dated March 22 and approved by Pope John Paul ii was drawn up by the congregation for the doctrine of the Faith the Vatican s watchdog Over deviations from roman Catholic doctrines and teachings. Secret file May Clear the air United nations a the israeli ambassador Hopes Access to a secret file on Kurt Waldheim will Clear the air once and for All concerning charges the former . Chief misrepresented his wartime actions in the German army. Israel was granted Access to the . War crimes commission s secret file on Friday with the understanding that the documents will be handled on the same basis of confidentiality As any other material being used in a criminal investigation said a . Spokesman. Access is granted Only to concerned governments. In Washington divorce percentage stays High Washington a nearly six of every 10 married women now in their 30s probably will experience a divorce at some time according to a new study by census Bureau experts who describe the percentage As a record High proportion. The study of marriage and divorce patterns was conducted by Arthur j. Norton and Jeanne e. Moorman. Their findings were being presented at a meeting of the population association of America in san Francisco. Nearly one third of women aged 35 to 39 already have been divorced and the study projects that by the time they and women five years younger Complete their divorce experience nearly six in 10 of the Ever married women in each group will have been the projection for this age group is greater than that for women 10 years older or 10 years younger the researchers said. The projection for women in their 40s was for an eventual 45 percent divorce rate and the rate was set at 50 percent for those now in their 20s. Reserve Board disagrees on policy Washington a policy makers at the Federal Reserve Board in disagreement Over the condition of the Economy voted 10-2 in mid february to leave monetary policy unchanged according to minutes of the meeting. Casting dissenting votes were Board vice chairman Preston Martin and member Martha Seger both appointees of president Reagan according to minutes of the feb. 11-12 Federal open Market committee released Friday. Both dissenters favored easing monetary policy to Spur growth in what they viewed As a sluggish the nation Economy including a lowering of Short term interest rates according to the minutes. The committee is made up of the seven members of the Federal Reserve Board and the presidents of the five regional Federal Reserve Banks. The minutes show that the policy makers were Uncertain about the course of the Economy with projections of economic growth ranging from a Low of 2.75 percent to a High of 4.25 percent a level even More optimistic than the Reagan administration s forecast for 4 percent growth. Gunman surrenders voluntarily Chicago a a gunman who allegedly killed his landlord and a police officer and held a 74-year-old woman hostage for 35 hours surrendered Early today and released the woman unharmed police said. He surrendered voluntarily said Richard Rochford a Deputy police superintendent. He saw the superintendent on to and he Felt he radon does t faze residents Clinton . A Many residents of this quaint town seem unfazed that radioactive radon Gas seeping into their Homes could affect their health and nearly a month after the problem was discovered fears Center on property values and damage to tourism. I Don t intend to leave Over it says Sandy Rodrigo who lives with her husband and 6-year-old daughter in the Hunter Don county town of 1,900 people about 45 Miles West of new York City. The problem became Public after a Homeowner using a radon detection kit discovered a Reading of about 1,000 Pic curies a measurement of radioactivity that the government says is equivalent in health danger to smoking 50 packs of cigarettes daily. The government deems 4 Pic curies to be a Safe level. Whenever you re getting 1,000 Pic curies it s getting dangerous says Jim Staples a state department of environmental Protection spokesman. Radon a colourless odourless Gas is the product of uranium decay and has been linked to lung cancer. Staples says officials have not determined the source of the radon. Clinton is several Miles North of the Reading prong a geological formation that contains uranium and stretches from Pennsylvania to upstate new York. Thirty eight of 49 Homes tested Here and in nearby communities had readings of at least 4 Pic curies including a second House that had a Reading of 1,000, he says. The positive readings have prompted the department to test 60 other Homes in Clinton which spreads Over 1.3 Square Miles. Three Luther l. Wright High Junior High school students have been named local winners in the 17th annual America & me essay contest sponsored by farm Bureau insurance group. Winners include from left Kevin Danielson third Mark Huhta second and Jennifer Silc first. Site s name will be engraved on a plaque for permanent display at the school and her essay now advances to the state Leval Competition where she could win a plaque and a . Savings Bond ranging in value from $200 to $1,000. Authorities seek suspect Athens Greece a police Are seeking passengers from an Athens bound Twa flight who May have seen a woman suspected of hiding the bomb that Tore open the Jet and killed four americans. A statement issued in Lebanon denied her involvement. The statement distributed to news organizations in the North lebanese port of Tripoli on Friday was purportedly signed by May Elias Mansur the name officials say was used by the prime suspect in wednesday s bombing of Twa flight 840. Italian police say she is a known terrorist. The statement said Mansur would sue everyone who falsely accused her of involvement in something she had nothing to do there was no Way to authenticate the statement. Deaths was greatly fairly. He simply told us i m willing to come out and he came police superintendent Fred Rice and had made repeated televised appeals to the gunman identified As John Pasch jr., 57, to give up since shortly after the siege by 100 police officers began at 3 . Thursday. George Kirstein Mamaroneck . A George g. Kirstein who published the nation Magazine from 1955 to 1965, died thursday of a heart attack. He was 76. Norman Hilberry Tuscon Ariz. A Norman Hilberry a retired nuclear engineering professor and participant in the world War ii research which developed the atomic bomb died March 28. He was 87. Hilberry was a member of the scientific team which initiated the. First controlled self sustaining Chain reaction which occurred dec. 2,1942 in Chicago. He was also associate director of the . S Manhattan project which developed the atomic bomb. May Elias Mansur has denied involvement in a the bombing of a Twa jetliner Over Greece wednesday. Interviewed in Tripoli Lebanon today she said i Don t undertake such crimes that kill innocent egyptian officials have confirmed that a woman named Mansur boarded the Boeing 727 in Cairo while it was on an earlier flight from the egyptian capital to Athens and Rome. In Washington the state department said the Cairo Airport had been inspected last month and met International Security standards but would not comment on the possibility the bomb was put aboard the plane in Cairo. Greek officials said Mansur got off the plane in Athens and took a Middle East airlines plane to Beirut Lebanon. The bomb went off on the Twa Jet As it was flying Back to Athens from Rome. Lottery daily the winning number in Friday s daily Michigan lottery drawing was 307. Daily-4 the winning number in Friday s daily-4 Michigan lottery drawing was 0368. Thank you voters of District 1. For your support in the Iron county Board of supervisor election on tuesday. Marcus Petersen paid for by Marcus Petersen bile wis the Ironwood daily go the daily Globe uses 269-980 is Rubl shed daily except sundays Lemorine Day july 4th, labor Day . A write Mas and new year s. Day. H8 e Mcleod ave., Ironwood much. 49938. Second class postage paid at Ironwood Mich. Telephone 906 932-2211. Office hours 7 . To 4 . Monday through Friday saturday 7 to 11 . Subscription rates by Carrier monthly in Advance $6.60, $70.50 per year in Advance. Motor route and mail rates available on request. No mail subscriptions sold in areas where Carrier or motor route service is maintained. All carriers dealers and distributors Are Independent contractors. The Ironwood Dally Globe is not responsible for Advance subscription payments made to them or their agents. Windjammer 00 in 95 Hurley also Onson 601 -9000 saturday Nite special prime rib 14oz lunch daiy Tram 11 . Fth Fry Friday sat. Nite by Forrest Anat end this yet Trine i to 1 to Etc Iskui to East the explosion blew a jagged 9-by-3-foot Hole in the plane s fuselage through which the four americans were swept to their deaths. Steve Heckscher Twa spokesman in Athens said Mansur is the prime suspect. That s the leading he said the woman had undergone a body search at the Cairo Airport by an egyptian policewoman As part of routine Security measures and that her Luggage was searched by egyptian and Twa Security. Greek officials said they were never alerted that she was a suspected terrorist according to our records she had t been in Greece before. We re trying to Trace passengers who might have noticed her on the Athens bound flight said Nikos Kokkinakis a senior greek Security officer. Heckscher said . Forensic experts arrived in Athens Friday to on the four-vie.-, Tims a colombian born . Citizen Alberto Ospina of Stratford Conn. A greek american woman Demetra Stylian 52 her daughter Maria Klug 25, and Maria s 9-month-old daughter Demetra All of Annapolis my. The bodies were recovered near the town of Argos 60 Miles Southwest of Athens. Officials of Middle East airlines the lebanese National Carrier in Beirut would not confirm that Mansur was aboard flight 254 from Athens on wednesday. But a Christian Beirut radio station the voice of Lebanon said Mansur had returned to Lebanon and was a member of the revolutionary brigades terrorist group. State claims judge May Issue criminal charges Madison wis. A a District attorney does not have the exclusive right to Issue charges in criminal cases a state attorney argued in a Brief stemming a Case involving two Green Bay packers. Case Law establishes that the District attorney s charging Power is not Only not exclusive it is not even Paramount but subordinate to legislative direction As to cases in which he shall proceed " said assistant attorney general Thomas j. Balistreri in a Brief filed with the state supreme court. The Brief defended the constitutionality of a Law invoked in an Effort to obtain criminal charges against the two players stemming from an alleged incident in october 1984 with an 18-year-old dancer at a Milwaukee tavern. The woman claimed she was sexually assaulted in the dressing room of the tavern. Milwaukee county. District attorney e. Michael Mccain reviewed evidence in the Case and declined to prosecute the players. The woman s attorney later asked a judge to Issue charges against the players. However attorneys for the players have tried to prevent Milwaukee county circuit judge Arlene d. Connors from hearing evidence in the Case and deciding whether to Issue charges. The players attorneys claim it is a breach of the constitutional separation of Powers for a court to bring charges that Are the responsibility of the executive Branch. It is Only when the District attorney Abandons his role As guardian of the people and his functions As their instrument of Justice that the judiciary May step in to fill the void in the exercise of the Powers of government Balistreri said. The purpose of the proceeding is to provide a Check upon the prosecutor s decision not to file charges Balistreri said. A hearing was scheduled for March 12, but it was postponed when the players attorneys petitioned to prevent the judicial complaint hearing on constitutional grounds. A the associated press did not identify the players because they have not been charged. However wide receiver James Lofton said in a Story published last year in a sports Magazine that the allegations had been hard on his family. Carriers for the daily Globe Eire their Owa Stead if mosey. For. More information Call 932-2211. Like a Bolt of lightning. Sunday Only 4 . Were striking prices and showering you with savings All remaining women s Winter boots 1/2 the % Price $9- except sorels and rhombus All remaining children Winter boots Orrl anally $13 to $30 v All remaining Gerv Ett tie oxfords 15 All remaining women s dress shoes on the floor already marked Down 50% take another 5 off values up to �s0 All remaining gloves upon 10% off All kids & women s Sale rack shoes 15% off All men s & kids shoes not already Sale priced. Pm d 2 Bontery 105 e. Aurora downtown Ironwood 99

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