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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Janesville, Wisconsin Janesville 50c newsstand 38c Home delivered 24 pages 4 Section 145th year no. 214 Janesville i saturday March 17, 1990dow flies on program trading fiscal news Knight Ridder associated press new York bewitching performance. Stock traders greeted the years first a triple witching hours Friday with buying hoopla usually reserved for news of interest rate cuts or tax reductions bidding the Market to its Best showing since the first session of the year. Market bears were swept away amid swirls of buying As investors brushed aside apprehensions usually associated with the quarterly expiration of Stock Index futures Index options and options on individual stocks. Snapping up Blue Chip items from opening Bell to closing time traders sparked the Dow Jones Index of 30 Industrial stocks to a 45.50 gain to 2,742.21. It was the indicators first finish above 2,700 since Jan. La when it registered 2,760.67 and the biggest gain since the 56.95 jump Jan. 2. Applauding the breakout one broker noted a a a it Wasny tall related to the unwinding of futures. There was some real new buying going on. I think some of the boys were getting a jump on end of Quarter portfolio the rest of the list however settled for a less spectacular move with 891 issues ending higher in Price and 576 lower on the new York Stock Exchange where volume snapped out of the doldrums to hit 222.5 million shares. Big Board turnover had been stalled in the 145 million area the three preceding sessions after the years Low of 114.7 million on monday. News that inflation As measured by the producer wholesale Price Index was Flat in february while the Economy managed to maintain its slow rate of growth also encouraged investors to make new commitments analysts said. The Phi report was the Best in six months and Welcome Relief after the huge 1.8 percent Rise in january that increase the largest in 15 years was driven by a record gain in Energy costs and a Large jump in food prices. Housing starts fell 7 percent in february returning to a More Normal seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.48 million units after a record leap of 24.7 percent a month earlier the Commerce department said. Both months were warmer than usual but rain held Back builders in february. Kahan said prices excluding the volatile food and Energy sectors the so called Core rate of inflation advanced at about the same rate As previous months. They Rose a moderate 0.4 percent in february after a slight 0.1 percent Rise in january. Fuel Oil plummeted 30.2 percent after shooting up 25.3 percent the biggest increase and decrease since the department began tracking that Price in 1973. Digest today sports Wila boys basketball scores class a Milf. Washington la Milf. Hamilton 66 Appleton East 85, Whitefish Bay 72 class b Monona Grove 58, Berlin 54 Freedom 63, Altoona 43 class c Eleva Strum 62, Prentice 61 Darlington 65, Pittsville 59 horizons corporate rubs tackle stress stress starts in the mind. Trouble is it does t stay there. A few hours hunched in front of a computer a set to with the Boss a couple of exasperating phone Calls and your shoulders Are burning and your neck feels like macrame. Enter the company masseur packing a portable Massage chair and a pair of divinely inspired hands. For 15 minutes he kneads your tortured Muscles is your aching head and a hey Back up. What a Many masseur in local area Taiwan seeks zoning variance Anvan development corp. Has filed for a variance under the Walworth county Shoreland zoning ordinance for its $500 million Golf Community which would permit construction of dwellings As close As 25 feet from the shores of Lake Como. The variance is sought for the entire Geneva National development encompassing More than 1,500 acres and including More than 3,500 feet of Shoreline along the Western Edge of Lake Como. In Linn told to open records the town of Linn will be directed to disclose its financial records to a town resident who was notified his request to review those records was Quot unreasonable Quot Walworth county District attorney David darn said Friday. Resident Gene Sam Refson sent a request on feb. 8 by certified mail to Mary Snudden town clerk treasurer asking to see bid notices contracts and All town checks written in 1989. In world nation East Germany readies for vote political parties made their final Campaign pitches Friday two Days before East germans elect their first democratic parliament and Complete the transition from 40 years of communist Rule to a democracy. Sunday s first free vote in East German history could also be the last As the two German states Rush toward unification. / 5a stay Home treaty backers told Lac do Flambeau tribal chairman Michael Allen Friday asked hundreds of expected treaty supporters including those of the american Indian movement to stay away from spearfishing boat landings this Spring. But an spokesman described the request As meaningless unless anti treaty rights groups agree to stay Home As Well. / 2a inquest sought in Blaze an inquest will be requested next week into the deaths of five Young children in a town of Madison apartment fire tuesday authorities said Friday. The Dane county Coroner will ask District attorney William Foust to hold an inquest. / 2a weather Sun cooler today with some High 50. Partly Cloudy 9 and Chilly tonight. Low 25. A a a mostly sunny and Chilly Mon colder sunday. High 44. Day. High 44. Milder tuesday. High 53. Variable cloudiness wednesday. High 49. / 8c Index advice columns / 3b a Ann Landers business / 4b classified / 4c-7c comics / 4a movie listings / 4a opinion / 6a to listings / 4a obituaries / 2b honk if you like Spring a Gaggle of geese at Riverside Park in Janesville enjoys the warm weather of recent Days. Temperatures during the past week Honfi Gat att Stoh have been 60 to 70 degrees plenty warm enough for these water lovers to take a dip in the Rock River. 20 blood samples reveal legionnaires disease by Carla Mccann Gazette staff the first two people diagnosed earlier this week at Rock county health care Center with having legionnaires disease were the harbingers of a bigger problem. Further testing by the state division of health has shown 20 out of 48 blood samples taken from Rock Haven residents Are positive for legionnaires disease kids at work youth face peril on Job witnesses say Knight Ridder Washington a congressional panel Friday heard heart wrenching stories of death and maiming resulting from weak enforcement of the nations child labor Laws and its chairman called the recent government crackdown a a spectacular Public relations the chairman rep. Tom Lan tos d-calif., said he did not doubt the sincerity of labor Secretary Elizabeth Dole in ordering the crackdown. But he did question How it could continue because it involved 500 department inspectors half of the National Force committed to enforcing All of the nations labor Laws. The crackdown began last week with a lawsuit against Burger King corp. And continued this week with a three Day nationwide said Terry Scieszinski health care Center administrator. Local health officials were informed of the findings at a meeting late thursday afternoon with an epidemiologist from the state division of health Scieszinski said. First reports revealed two cases of the disease in elderly residents at the Rock county health care Center. One of the two people lives at Rock Haven while the other is a resident on the fourth floor at the health care Center. The latest numbers however reflect past As Well As current residents. Not All of the blood samples that tested positive for legionnaires belong to current residents at the county owned retirement facility. About 18 of the blood vials were stored at the state Laboratory from previous a turn to legionnaires/8a associated press Matt Garvey and his Mother Valerie Tyro testify about the on the Iob Accident that Cost Garvey his leg when he was 13. Sweep that found 7,000 teen agers illegally employed. Assistant Secretary of labor William Brooks testified that the enforcement actions had been planned for six months and were not designed to Blunt fridays hearing by the employment and housing subcommittee of the House government operations committee. The committee also heard mat thew Garvey whose right leg was sucked into a drying machine at a Laurel md., car Wash three years ago when he was 13, too Young to be employed according to Federal Law. His Boss hired him even after being told his age he told the panel. A a the machine have been working the Way it was a turn to work / 8a suspect s record still under wraps by Elizabeth Mcgowan Gazette staff details about the criminal record of a 50-year-old Beloit Man charged with the sunday night abduction and rape of a 9-year-old Janesville girl Are still scant. Though authorities in Wisconsin and Illinois released bits and pieces of John Peter Pavlovskis past after his thursday night arrest in South Beloit iu., they Are remaining tight upped about the suspects past. The victim chose Pavlovskis from a police lineup. Thursday night at the win Pavlovskis neb ago county jail in Rockford iu., authorities said. Kathryn Zenoff assistant states attorney for Winnebago county said Pavlovskis made his initial court appearance Friday afternoon at the pubic safety budding in Rockford. His preliminary hearing she said is slated for 9 30 . Tuesday april 3, in Rockford. In i Sinois he is charged with aggravated criminal sexual assault and aggravated kidnapping. He is being held at the Winnebago county Jau on a $1 minion Cash Bond-$500,000 on each charge. In Wisconsin he is charged with kidnapping. A a we done to have a rap Sheet on him yet a Zenoff said in a Telephone interview Early Friday evening. A the criminal complaints should be Avau Able Zenoff would not elaborate on the comments she made Cartier Friday about Pavlovskis having a lengthy criminal record. At a press conference she told reporters that authorities Beu eved his arrest and prior convictions were for violations of a sexual nature. As we she said she Beu eved he was convicted of murdering his wife. Authorities did say that Pavlovskis worked at Dolphin machining inc. In South Beloit. A turn to suspect / 8a teen recant rape Story Man freed associated press la Crosse a 24-year-old Man who was accused of raping a 15-year-old boy five years ago was free and heading Back to his Colorado Home after the boy recanted his Story. Ronald Pataska of Penrose colo., had been Jared three months when his defense lawyer caused him at the la Crosse county Jau and asked a emr. Pataska How would you Uke to go Home a lawyer Peder Arneson then explained that the 15-year-old boy who accused Pataska of raping him five years Cartier had confessed to a Counselor that he fled. A a i screamed a yeah in a outta Here a a Pataska told an interviewer. A i was shaking everybody a charges were dismissed wednesday after assistant District attorney Lor Alee Clark reviewed the 15-year-old�?Ts statement. A a i fled about Ron. Assaulting me because of what he did to my Fame a with stealing Money and All kinds of things a the boy wrote. A. I feel real bad that i did this. I More or less hate myself for Pataska had stayed with the boys family in Holmen in july 1985. At the time he was on probation for breaking into a restaurant and had decided to run from his probation officer in Colorado after losing his Job and getting involved in a serious car Accident. He said he thought he would go to prison because he stopped paying restitution to the restaurant owner. He spent a his Money on a bus ticket to the Midwest and stayed with the boys Fame a whom he knew. But he said the boy and his brother were Rowdy and Union trouble and a turn to recant / 8a

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