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Madison Wisconsin State Journal (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Madison, Wisconsin This weekend up up and away More than 75 balloonist will compete in the 11th annual great Wisconsin dells balloon rally As an estimated 40,000 spectators watch during the event today and sunday. Balloon competitions will be held starting at 7 . On both Days with a mass ascension at 5 . Today. In sports Qualls on the Way out with her Appeal to remain As women a basketball coach at the University of Wisconsin hanging in the balance Edwina Qualls said Friday a us athletic official told one of Qualls players two weeks ago the coach would not be getting her Job Back under any circumstances. See sports. Major league baseball american Milwaukee. .11 Seattle. 8 Cleveland. .7 Detroit. 7 Toronto. .6 Oakland. 6 Chicago. .0 new York. 3 Kansas City .12 Baltimore. 3 Texas. .2 California. 0 Baltimore. California late National Chicago. .6 los Angeles. 6 Atlanta. .1 Pittsburgh. 4 new York. .8 Cincinnati. .6 san francisco.7 St. Louis. 4 Philadelphia .2 Montreal. 1 san Diego .0 Houston. 0 coming in june june a coming up with Good Reading june will be a special one for Wisconsin state journal readers As they move into the vacation season and More Leisure time outdoors. All the time you need to be informed about your world and the state journal will deliver the news to your door every morning. Telephone 252-6363 for Home delivery. Money1 Section for you the Economy Section will take on a new name and new emphasis starting sunday. A a Money will still include All the business financial and Stock Market news but will be broadened to include More personal finance and consumer information designed to help you and your family live better. A a Money will be part of your news package seven Days a week. Sports championships on the prep front state championships will be held in boys and girls track in Madison next weekend. High school titles will also be decided in baseball Tennis and girls softball and soccer. The National basketball association title will be decided next month. The third game of the championship series is sunday in Houston. The Boston celtics Are seeking a sweep against the Houston rockets. The Aba draft will be held june 17. Madison will Host the second Badger state games june 25-27. Done to miss one Day of news entertainment or sports coverage. Weather a a storms source weather Central today partly Cloudy and warm. High near 84. West to Southwest winds at 7 to 14 Mph. Tonight partly Cloudy mild and muggy. Low near 58. Light West to Southwest winds. Details on Page 10. It bus plunge kills 19 Walker calf. A a tour bus carrying residents of a retirement Home careened at High Speed off a twisting Mountain Road and plunged into an icy Swift running River Friday Kimlung 19 people and injuring 22, authorities said. The death Tou made it the worst . Bus crash in nearly six years. The bus bringing passengers Back to Santa Monica cauf., after a four Day Outing to Reno nev., was 90 Miles Southeast of Reno on . Highway 395 at 12 30 . Cd when it bounced off a Fence and plunged Down a 15-foot embankment into the West Fork of the Walker River. It hipped Over and then lodged upright on rocks with its rear ripped apart in a few feet of racing water the Ca Fomia Highway patrol said. The River is near Hood stage and 7 feet deep in some spots. Some of the bodies were found 15 Miles downstream from the scene of the Accident cup officer Mike Slappey said. Divers searched for More than seven hours after the Accident before All passengers were accounted for. Mono county sheriffs department investigator John Daniels said the Accident apparently was caused by excessive Speed and no other vehicles were involved. The cup Init Auy reported that 49 were aboard but patrol dispatcher Bob Storar later said Only 41 people were on the bus. Storar also put the death Tou at 19. A there were bodies All Over the place a said Alex Mcewan owner of the nearby Mountain Gate Lodge who helped remove the victims. A i behave quite a few turn to Page 2, col. I tavern league Back Border Bill by Doug Mell state government reporter when gov. Anthony Earl signs the Bill raising the states drinking age Early in june it will be a Strong rebuke of the tavern league of Wisconsin according to legislators and others. Democratic leaders who strongly opposed the 21-year drinking age have condemned the tavern league for fighting an alternative to a higher drinking age that would have kept Young non resident drinkers out of Wisconsin bars. One of the strongest tavern league critics is Assembly speaker Thomas Lof Tus a Sun Prairie who blamed the group for helping Force Earl into supporting a higher drinking age. Earl told the tavern league convention in september that he wanted a Border hopping legislation that would prohibit non residents from drinking in Wisconsin if they were not old enough to drink in their Home states. The legislation would have addressed bus carrying 41 passengers rests in swollen Walker River after plunging off Highway Friday. Map laser photo Home resales surge by Chuck Martin economics reporter Thomas Loftus the problem of Wisconsin bars acting As magnets for underage people from other states a situation that Many authorities feared would Lead to a Drunken driving blood Bath at the states Border. A the Basic problem was they the tavern league support Border hopping a Loftus said on the Assembly floor. A we could have had Border hopping and been out of the tavern league tried to be a too Clever and bet that the state would not raise the drinking age he said. Senate majority Leader Tim Cullen a Janesville agreed with Loftus saying the special session on raising the drinking turn to Page 2, col. I the number of Homes resold in Wisconsin increased 4 percent in april As the states House a Industry headed toward its second Best year Ever according to a report from the Wisconsin realtors association. Lower interest rates and stable prices for Homes contributed to the resales increase said sue Wiskowski realtors association president. The realtors association report shows the number of Home resales in april was 5,882. When adjusted to account for the season the total was 4 percent greater than in March and 8.6 percent greater than in april 1985. For the first four months of this year the Home resales total is 2,476. That puts the state on track for its Best year in Home resales since 1978, which was the Best year in history. In 1978, total resales were 80,400. If trends continue 1986 would yield about 75,000 resales 1,300 More than in 1979, the current second place year. Boosting the resales Industry is. Wis Kowski said is the fact that Homes Are More affordable than they have been at any other time in the 1980s. Improving the affordability is a drop in Home loan interest rates. The average rate for a 30-year loan in which the rate is fixed for the life of the loan was 10.16 percent in april Down from 10.28 percent in March according to realtors association data. A year ago the average rate was 13.16 percent. Also improving affordability is a slow increase in House prices. The median Price for a Home resold in april was $58,521, according to realtors association data. That was up less than i percent from March. Half of Homes carry prices higher than the median. The report concluded that a Wisconsin family with the median state income has 44 percent More than enough income to qualify to buy the median priced Home. That is the Best affordability figure since Early 1979. Realtors association reports Are based on sales data covering about 80 percent of the states housing Market. Banner Day Candle flames stars and confetti adorn the City county building at the 210 Monona ave. Entrance. For the third year the Dane county cultural affairs commission authorized a Banner for the building and this is it. The Banner celebrates the county a 150th anniversary. It was created by Joyce Carey Patricia Mansfield and Phil Hamilton All us Madison artists at a Cost of $1,500. It will be displayed through october. Is Carey s son Erie marquess helps hang the Banner Friday. A state journal photo by Carolyn Piaster in

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