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Tidbits .THE DAILY GLOBE. Iron wood. Ml — Saturday, June 20. 1998^ Page 2 Message gets out \~j \-/ Staff 'One simple sharing ;' The Rev. Robert Brightman, of ; the First Presbyterian Church here, IB like many men (and women) of the cloth. He likeH to spread the word. He sharea the following narrative: Today's Tidbits On Sunday, May 31, the congregations of Wesley United Methodist and First Presbyterian joined to celebrate Pentecost, the birthday of the Christian church. In responding to the Christian message to share our faith in God with one another, members of the two churches released helium balloons with messages and prayers attached. At least,.. ...one of those met that goal. Pastor Brightman received an E-mail message from a family in what we Yoopers call the "troll area" of Michigan. A balloon was found about mid-, way down the lower peninsula of Michigan. The message read, "Just thought 'someone would like to know we found one of the bat- loons from your open door church school. It was found south of Grayling yesterday. "Looked like it was signed by Betny, or Becky, It was a red balloon and had 'Godblessthe World. Help us find peace."* Prince William challenges the press on privacy promises Young members of Ironwood churches sent balioons aloft on Pentecost. The message the balloons carried got through in at least one instance. famous septupleta. Recently she received a thank you note .from the McCaugheys which said: "We are so thankful for the love and,support that has been shown to our family. The generosity of friends and strangers alike has been astounding and we thank you for being a part of it. to a stranger. Barney Clark, recipient of the first artificial heart, also got a chocolate heart from her. . Her kindness then led to long- lasting correspondence with Barley's widow, who has now remarried. "She's just like me," Barbara says. "We both like to gab. It's as if I've always known her." LONDON (AP) — As his 16th birthday approaches, Prince William feels some of the attention he ia getting from Britain's press is just too personal. After Princess Diana died in a car crash while paparazzi pursued her, the British . press pledged to respect trm privacy of William, her eldest son, and his brother, 13-year-old Harry. On Friday, Buckingham Palace said that William and a tabloid newspaper had "amicably resolved" the first complaint lodged by. the young prince against the media. , The offending article: William waa angered by a supplement published in The Mail on Sunday that speculated at length about his private thoughts and feelings. Royal spokeswoman Sandy Henney said the palace especially objected to the newspapers assertion that William would evaluate young women and then tell his private secretary to invite some to tea. Henney said that simply wasn't true. PRINCE WILLIAM "He is still only a young man," Ms. Henney said. "We felt that the suppositions had been intrusive to his privacy by printing things that were inaccurate." The Mail on Sunday said it would not be publishing an apology or retraction in relation to William's complaint, but editors there would not comment further. • In January, in the wake of the furor following-Diana's Aug. 31 death in a Paris car crash, Britain's Press Complaints Commission revamped the newspaper code of conduct — including a clause protecting the privacy of celebrities'children. The code may offer some protection for William ngainst Britain's raucous tabloids, which will be under pres.surc — from both poli- .ticians and from some of their readers — not to break the code, but it is unlikely to offer much defense against international paparazzi who soil pictures worldwide. And William is already shaping up to be as big n celebrity as Diana. The prince, whose height, rosy, cheeks and coy smile have reminded some of his mother, wovved teen-age girls who wolf- whistled him when William visited Canada in March with Prince Harry and father Prince Chnrlei, heir to the British throne. '.ER'- star Clooney quits "On reflection^...the message read, it could have said Betty." Well, it did. A little detective work discovered that Betty Paugh, of the Presbyterian congregation, was the sender. "We were out in the middle of the wooda looking at deer and saw the red balloon, however it looked like like a red ball as most of it had deflated. Thanks for the •mile ot brought to the kids who found it," the writer said. More meeeagee in December, Barbara Jackaon, * of Ironwood, »ent »«ven chocolate - dwarft to the McCaughey family 'or their seven little babies, the "We are praying... ...for God's guidance as we use these gifts, and se<sk to raise our children to His honour and glory. They nre indeed a "treasure from the Lord" (Psalm 127:3). . The card shown a photo of the family with two parents and a big sister, proving seven babies at one time is more than a handful.' ' ...' This is not the first time Barbara has sent a gift of chocolates Did you know "septuplet" cannot be found in Merriam Web- stera 1 Collegiate Dictionary, 10th edition, copyright 1995? Deaths The Lottery Ken are th* winning numbera «e- lorted Friday in th« Michigan StaULottery: Midday Daily Lottery . 4-8-3 Midday Daily-4 1-2-7-5 Daily Lottery 6-8-1 D»Uy-4 9-S-8-* Ca»h-8 2-10-12-31-39 K«no 4 6 12 17 18.20,23,30.31,38.46. 48,'si', 56. 61, 64. 65. 66, 67. 68, 70. 79 . Friday'* Big Gara« jackpot was *«ti- mat«d at $9 million. Saturday's Michigan Lotto jackpot is e»timat«d at $7,3 million. Pick3 The winninR numbers for Wisconsin'* Daily Pick 3 lottery drawing Fndny were: 4-7-0. Pick 4 The winning numbers for Wiuconnin'n Daily Pick 4 lottery drawing Friday were: 8-5-5-1. Carlos Castaneda LOS ANGELES (AP) — Carlos Castaneda, a godfather of the New Age movement whose beat- seilin'g books claimed to relate the ancient mystical secreta of an Indian shaman, died April 27 of liver cancer. He was believed to be 72. For more than 30 years, Castaneda said he had been the apprentice of a Yaqui Indian sorcerer named .Don Juan Matus. He had millions of followers around the world, and his 10 books continue to sell in 17 languages. His first book, "The Teachings of Don Juan: A Yaqui Way of Knowledge," waa a best seller when it appeared in 1968, as were several sequels that purported to track Caotaneda's 12- year apprenticeship. Irving Piper Andrews DENVER (AP) — Irving Piper Andrews, a lawyer who was part of the legal team that won the landmark case against school segregation, died Thursday of complications from emphysema. He was 72. If visitors... ...to Ontonagon County notice something new at alt the county entrances, it's because the Creation Station 4H Club was busy at work Thursday. . The club mode and erected "Welcome to Ontonagon County" signs as part of a 4H community project. The signs arc green and white, and made to state transportation department specifications. They are really nice," said our Ontonagon eyes and cars, Jan Tucker. The club members are, for the most part, juniors and seniors at Ontonagon Area High School. GOLDEN HEART Chinese & Thai Restaurant Downtown Irwrwrxvd HtEaMAam* 932-5517 FATHER'S DAY SPECIALS NEW YORK (AP) — George Clooney's Dr. Douglas Ross won't be on call at "ER" after the end of the next television season. Although it was widely expected; Clooney would leave the top-rated drama at the end of his five-year contract, the actor made it official with the announcement of a development deal with CBS on Friday. Clooney may still make occasional guest appearances on NBC's top-rated drama after next season ends, said his spokeswoman, Lisa Reeder. He's leaving on good terms, saying that he wants to try something else, she said. ER's executive producer, John Wells, has said he expected Clooney to leave at the end of his contract. Clooney waa the first real breakout star of the medical drama, parlaying his celebrity into a movie career that's included a stint in the Batman suit. His lat- SUNDAY SPECIALS I Roast Turkey with Dressing -OR- Baked Ham -OR— Grilled Pork Chops ATS KENMAR est film, "Out of Sight," is in theaters soon. '.•'•/.' , The pediatrician Ross's active- love life made him a central character in the drama, but he receded a bit into the background this season with his romance to. Carole Hathaway, played by Julianna Margulies. Shortly after NBC signed an $850 million deal with Warner Bros. Television this winter to keep "ER" on the air, Clooney and some of his co-stars ench received $1 million bonuses. The CBS deal reunites Cloonc-y with Leslie Moonves, who as president of Warner Bros, cast the actor in "ER." Moonves is now president of CBS Television. ffi m ITS HAVuiviM IIIUO £3 GODZILLA •int NMrtMr. £3 eaa-4424 Showtime* 7:004 9:15 Matirw** Ev«ry Sit* Sun. 4p.m. LJlCAFT 120 S. Suffolk Iroowood Ph. 932-4207 Uon.-f rl. 5 to 5 Sat 6 to 3 Sun. 8 to 2 Father's Dinner Specials Surf N' Turf Finett Par Our Fine Italian Cusine c Bell Chalet 109 5th AvtHur^y, Wl 715-561-3753 Looking for a great place to lunch with business associates or friends? You've found it. We're open from 11 a.m. lo 2 p.m. Monday ihru Thursday. -. Don't miss our luncheon specials: Monday Chicken Salid & Croissant Tuesday.... Tnple Tuesday Ribs/Chicken Slrips/3 01. Sleak 'Wednesday.,..Smoked Turkey Sandwich on Focaccia Thursday Pizza Pisty Bell Chalet IfW 5th Ave. Hurley, WI 715-561-3753 WANTED WOMEN TO SING Become a member of the BELCANTO WOMEN'S ENSEMBLE - and sing through the summer. Rehearsal times very flexible. First meeting Tuesday, June 23, 6:30 p.m. Call or come to BOZENA STUDIO, 107 Aurora Street, Ironwood 906-932-5924 ALL WOMEN WELCOME LUNCHEON SPECIAL 7/WC^>O^>£W>^>O-O-i>^\VJ <r Sunday, June 21 fr HUM'V i AMU us n\v Golden Roast Pork Savory Sage Stuffing, Appl«iv»uce, Whipped Potatoes am) Gravy, Hot Rolls it Butter, Soup i Salad Bar SC QC wS*7iJ plus tax A«k about our Brvaa/act Special Breakfast terved 7 to II ajn. Lunch served 11 *_m. to 2 p.m. FOR HER L Y HOL1DA Y INN U.S. 51 fc 2 Hurley, Wii. Phone 715/561-3030 One Block South of U.S. 2 on Country Club Rd. Ironwood The Elk & Hound Bar & Restaurant Serving 7 Days A Week From 10.-00 a.m.-Midnight Offering A Full Menu Plus Daily Lunch tt Dinner Specials -SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL- Serving From 5:00 p.m. V« Baked Chicken &: Vi Rack of BBQ'd Ribs Choice of Baked Potato, French Fr>»rs or >-».,., $Q f\ Potato Pancakes; Soup or Salad & Roll... ONLY O." flu- U.IT Uiil Si>\<- \ ( «iitpl.-ii- s. t,- t lmn Of s»t> Prinks, Bwr, Win* Jiut \lm-d Prrnkv t unit *, <-i»i«i\ Ihi- finest <•! toiij Ai K-xetj^'s in inir IriirnJIv almn%phrr» To The /'»f'/u .\raifahle— 932-3742 FATHER'S DAY BRUNCH Sunday, Juno 21st Serving 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Featuring Roast Beef, Ham, Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Fettucini Noodles, Gravy, Eggv French Toast, Bacon, Salad Bar, Soup Desserts. AdalU *9. Age* 6-10 '4.95 Children 5 * UneUr Frt* IIFather's Golf M Price, With Buffet On un., June 21 Only I I I ONK COUPON PKK CUSTOMKK FREE!! WINDSHIELD WASHER FILI I UVJNOSTON 2 Btoctui S. on Hwy. 51 I P10andA«.) ^.{S^^. 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