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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 29, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Racine wis., aug. 29, 1971 78 ?"6 ?"30 cents Treasury agent William Bertolani inspects damage from bomb detonated in women rest room on sixth floor of a state office building in Sacramento calif., housing state department of corrections offices. This blast ripped open a water main and damaged elevators. Map wire photo California blasts reply to slaying seasonal adjustments of in freeze Council says Washington a the Cost of living Council ruled saturday that automobile dealers May sell their 1972 models at the Price for which 1971 models sold when they were first introduced. This figure May be above what 1971 models were bringing when the Price was Frozen aug. 15. The Council gave its Okay also to seasonal increases in hotel and Motel rates. Leonard Woodcock president of the United Auto workers said the ruling on automobiles was justified. A othe freeze went into effect just when the dealers were trying to get rid of their 1971 models Woodcock told a reporter. A people were saying a Why buy a 1971 when a 1972 will Cost the same thing it sales of the 1971 models have been sluggish and the showrooms Are full of the older ?� explains Price a Council spokesman insisted that the ruling on automobile prices does not constitute approval of any Price increase a although he conceded that prices on 1971 models at the time the freeze was imposed probably were lower than they were a year earlier. He said the Early-1971 Price Levels still would be below prices that had been projected for the 1972 models before the Price freeze was declared. Arnold r. Weber executive director of the Council said at a news conference the actions on both autos and hotels were taken because a prices and wages associated with a larger number of products and industries follow distinct seasonal ?� of 1970 rate he said hotels and motels that normally increase their rate during the labor Day Holiday for example will be allowed to charge the 1970 Holiday rate or the Price in effect when Nixon to freeze order was installed aug. 14. Weber said automobile manufacturers will be Able to Price their 1972 models at the introductory Price of the 1971 cars if they so choose. A Oto qualify prices and wages must show a distinct fluctuation at a specific identifiable Point in time a Weber said. A othere must also be a documented and established practice that has taken place in each of the past three ?� Choice of Standard if prices or wages qualify As seasonal by the Council to criteria Weber said the a Oseller is permitted a Choice of base periods to use in determining his ceiling Price or ?� a Ohe May use the statutory base ?"30 Days prior to aug. 14 or the most recent 30 Days when sales were made a or he May use the same seasonal period for 1970,�?� he said. A othe important thing Here a he said Quot is that each seasonal Price change must be tied to a specific Date for example the introduction of new car models the end of a specific month As in the Case of traditional August furniture sales the Onset of a specific Holiday such As labor Day or the Start of a particular Harvest ?� Weber said the ruling applies also to workers although he acknowledged that farm workers Are usually paid on piece work and that rate will not be affected. San Francisco a two state department of corrections offices in san Francisco and Sacramento were heavily damaged by bombs saturday in what an underground group said was a one outraged response to the assassination of George ?� a third bomb explosion wrecked the state department of rehabilitation office in san Mateo. Investigators said the san Mateo blast did not appear related to the seemingly coordinated attacks on the two prison system offices. No one was injured. Soledad brother George Jackson was killed with five other men in a san Quentin prison break attempt a week ago. Day of funeral the bombings came on the Day of Jackson to funeral in the same wooden Church in Oakland where rites were conducted a year ago for his younger brother Jonathan. Jonathan was killed in the August 1970, Marin county courthouse shootout in which a judge and three abductors died. A letter signed a weather underground and delivered to the san Francisco examiner claimed responsibility for the san Francisco and Sacramento explosions. Anonymous phone Calls warned of the Sacramento and san Francisco blasts minutes before they rocked the 17-Story state office Tower in the Capitol and the historic waterfront ferry building in san Francisco. There was no warning Call in san Mateo. Said Weatherman the woman caller in Sacramento said she was a Weatherman member. Weatherman a Radical youth group has claimed credit for bombings in various areas of the country during the past two years. The letter delivered As had been promised by the san Francisco warning caller said in part a Oon saturday August 21, George Jackson Black Warrior revolutionary Leader political prisoner was shot dead by racist forces at san Quentin. A tonight the offices of the California prison system in san Francisco and Sacramento were attacked. One outraged response to the assassination of George ?� extreme damage police estimated damage at $50,000 in the ferry building. The bomb exploded in the second floor offices of the psychiatric clinic for prison paroles. No damage estimate was available in Sacramento for the blast in the sixth floor department of corrections Headquarters offices. The bomb there was set off in a women to restroom. It ruptured several water Mains and water poured Down the building to elevator shafts. Door flies the explosion blew out one restroom Wall and knocked in one elevator door to feet away across a corridor. Damage in the san Mateo building was estimated at Between $30,000 and $50,000. The main front door was blown off and most Interior Walls of the one Story Structure were flattened. The state department of rehabilitation provides vocational training for the handicapped and is not related to the prison system. The first explosion was in san Mateo at 12 07 . The Sacramento blast followed at 2 02 . And the san Francisco explosion at 2 11 . In false ceilings inspector Don Hansen said the ferry building device had been planted in three feet High Craw Way above a false acoustical tile ceiling. Hansen said he believed a dynamite charged with a timing device had been used. Operators at the san Francisco chronicle and the Pacific Telephone co. Received Calls warning of the blast. . Treasury department bomb squads were investigating the Sacramento and san Mateo blasts. A bomb explosion last sunday caused $75,000 damage at a san Mateo internal Revenue service office about five Miles from the state rehabilitation building. Racine boy 6, killed by car on n. Main St. A 6-year-old Racine boy was killed saturday afternoon when he darted out onto n. Main Street and was struck by a car. Police department records identify the boy As Scott Coey 1530 n. Main St. According to a spokesman at St. Luke to Hospital where the boy was taken by the Rescue squad he showed no signs of life at the scene of the Accident or later at the Hospital. Driver of the Auto which struck the boy was John j. Rango 47, of 2828 Carpenter St. Rangos to car was travelling South in the 1500 Block of main Street and had just crossed St. Patrick Street when the Coey boy ran into the Street. The boy was struck by the right front fender of the car and apparently run Over by one of the wheels police said. Skid Marks on the Street indicated that Rango had attempted to avoid hitting the boy but was unsuccessful. Police said Rango was apparently driving at Normal Speed at the time of the Accident and that he would not be charged with any driving violations in connection with the Jet ditches in sea 12 dead 19 missing Allende visit map wire photo a student in Bogota Colombia Sang a song and played guitar for visiting chilean president Salvador Allende wearing glasses and his wife Hortensia far right saturday. A crowd cheered socialist Allende on his arrival but hostile shouting drowned out a welcoming speech by colombian president Misael Pastrana a conservative. Part of Pastrana to conservative party boycotted the arrival ceremonies. Allende on a three nation tour was in Ecuador for four Days and will leave Colombia for Peru on wednesday. Copenhagen a a hungarian Airliner ditched and broke apart saturday night in shallow water Short of a Copenhagen Airport runway killing at least 12 of the 34 persons aboard. Three survivors were picked up. Rescue workers probing the submerged wreckage said they did not expect to find More survivors. Nineteen persons were listed As missing. Frogman and divers were kept away from the wreckage for hours after the crash by an Oil Slick from the aircraft to leaking fuel system. Police said earlier reports that a boat rescued 15 survivors were erroneous. The three survivors were picked up by a hydrofoil ferry and taken to a Hospital with Shock and serious injuries. Destination Budapest the soviet built four engine Ilyushin 18 Turboprop was Enro Ute from Oslo Norway to Budapest. It was approaching the runway at Kastrup inter National Airport when it vanished from radar screens Airport officials said. They said the Pilot May have tried to Pancake his aircraft on the water but the Impact was so great the Tail was torn off. There were signs the plane stayed afloat briefly they added. Frogman and divers were unable to enter the wreckage hours after the crash the naval Rescue Center said. A spokesman said the area around the wreck was covered by an Oil Slick from the aircraft to fuel system. Officials of Malev the hungarian National airline said six or eight of the passengers were scandinavian the remainder East germans and hungarians. Nine Crew members and a Malev official were aboard they said. Answered cries Jens Dali Captain of the hydrofoil ferry said he spotted the planets fuselage a Ojust below the surface of the water and heard cries for help in the dark. A othe survivors were standing on the fuselage and jumped into our life rafts a he said. The aircraft approached the Airport in darkness heavy rain and Strong winds but the control Tower said visibility was Good for those conditions. Officials said the plane came Down Miles Short of the runway which begins a few Yards Inland from the Shore of the Oresund Strait. 2 Hurt i Dies in Belfast Belfast Northern Ireland apr a bomb exploded at the Belfast customs House saturday afternoon injuring a Man and a girl with flying Glass. A roman Catholic Man died in a Hospital of Bullet wounds received in a Battle 17 Days ago. Reports by police indicate death. Bride of russian returns to us. Yen value climbs 5�jo in 1st Day exchanges new York apr the 22-year-old american Bride of a russian medical student returned alone to the United states saturday night and said she would Appeal to diplomatic officials in Washington to allow her to live with her husband in Leningrad. A Oil to going to Washington to see what i can do about getting a permanent residential visa to Russia but basically it depends on what happens Over there a Deborah Beekman or Eminov told newsmen Ai Kennedy Airport. She has been mired in soviet red tape since her marriage what s where business news Page id classified ads Page so 12a local news Page 4a obituaries. Page six ports. Page in women to news. Page in features Ann l 2b entertainment Page 9c Horoscope Page 3b Elev Slon Radlo Page ii in Leningrad aug. 17 to the 22-year-old student she met a year ago while studying russian on an Exchange program at a Leningrad Institute. A of realize now that i just have to understand that the Laws there Are very difficult a she said. Quot things take a lot of time and i just have to Bear with ?�Gold in London drops in Price London apr the Price of Gold fell 75 cents an ounce on the London Market saturday. Bullion dealers at their afternoon meeting set the Price at $42 an ounce Down from the morning to $42.75. The official Price is $35. The move apparently reflected opinion that president Nixon to moves to buttress the Dollar Are beginning to bite. Dealers said the reduction reflected an absence of buyers for Gold rather than any pressure to sell. Tokyo a the japanese yen jumped up 5.2 per cent saturday in its first Day As a floating currency seeking its own value according to Supply and demand. The upward revaluation meant that a . Dollar which bought 3g0 yen on thursday now buys around 342. The government took the unprecedented step of floating the currency to let it find its own level amid mounting International pressure following president Nixon to Dollar defense policy announcement aug. 15. Many japanese reacted with gloom for the upward revaluation Means the goods they make for Export will be More expensive to foreign buyers a heavy number of them americans. Many feared a Sharp drop in the Purchase of japanese goods abroad. Fair recovery after an initial plunge Stock prices rallied however for most of saturday s half Day session and the final quotations for a majority of issues were near those of the previous Day. Traders were encouraged because the yen to Rise was less than expected. Japanese newspapers advised readers that a period of austerity will be forthcoming. They reasoned that an Export decline will prolong the current economic slowdown forcing Many Small firms out of business and cutting employment. Goods bought abroad by japanese will be less expensive than before. More than 70 per cent of the country to imports Are raw materials and it is considered doubtful that Many companies will pass on their gains in this area to Consumers in the form of Price cuts. Wage hikes corporate profit margins have been squeezed by recent Large wage increases combined with stagnant Market conditions and Many firms Are reported to be contemplating dividend cuts to conserve Cash. Some industries such As shipbuilding will be especially hard hit because they sold a Large number of items in past years on Long term credit with payment in dollars. Those dollars won to be Worth As much yen As before when they Are finally collected. Shipbuilders foresee about two years to profit being wiped out. Some businessmen How Ever welcomed the flotation of the yen As a move beneficial to Japan in the Long run. They said the action with an eventual revaluation of the yen will Force inefficient enterprises out of business and streamline the Economy for a rapid growth in future years. Hope to hold level the japanese government began to assess the effect of floating and appeared to be trying to hold the upward revaluation at around 5 per cent. The first indication of the yen to strength was 341.30 yen to the Dollar representing a decline in the value of the Dollar of 5.2 per cent from the official parity of 360 yen. Later in the Day dollars sold at 342.40 yen with the turnover for the Day totalling about $200 million As the Exchange Market groped its Way in the new system. Some press reports said the Bank of Japan intervened in the Market and bought dollars at 342 yen and Bankers generally believed that the Central Bank would not let the Dollar sink much More than 5 per cent in the near future. All aboard journal times sportswriter fat Dunn normally at Home in the great outdoors of fishing and Hunting spent a Day recently in an environment in which he at one time was just As much at Home the locomotive of a passenger train. Dunn to father the late Phi. Dunn sr., used to take Pat or. On the engine with him when he worked on the trans Missouri division of the pm amp sep Railroad in Montana. So Dunn was Given leave from his typewriter to do an article on the Amtrak operations from Sturtevant to Chicago and Back. The result of his trip is a two part series which tells the Story of Amtrak while at the same time weaving in stitches of a bygone Railroad Era. The first of this two part Story Complete with pictures of a tracs Milwaukee Road train and passengers appears on Page 6a. 1111111p1111111m111 ii 1111111111111111111111111111111111 la 11111111111111111111111111111 the floating of the yen will be temporary and the government is expected to make a decision on the revaluation of the currency and set a new parity through International consultations. The governor of the Bank of Japan Tadashi Sasaki said the Central Bank will make utmost efforts to insure orderly conduct of Normal Exchange transactions indicating that the Bank will intervene in the Market As the need arises. He did not set any Range of fluctuation for the Bank to intervene. Although it was generally agreed that the yen to real strength will not be assessed until it has floated on the Market several More weeks government leaders were reported by japanese news Media late saturday As intending to offer an upward revaluation of 5.2 per cent in the forthcoming series of International meetings to discuss the proposed multilateral parity adjustments. Finance. Minister Mikio Mizuta and the governor of the Bank of Japan Are scheduled to attend a meeting of finance ministers of the a group of Ion in Paris next thursday and the 1971 session of the Japan-. Joint committee on Trade and economic affairs in Washington sept. 9-10. Racine Are weather sunday mostly sunny and warmer with a High in the mid-80�?. Sunday night mostly fair and warmer with a Low in the upper 50s. Monday partly Cloudy and warmer with a Chance of thunderstorms. High in the upper 80s. South Southeast winds sunday 8-10 . Precipitation probabilities 5 per cent sunday to per cent sunday night. Elsewhere in state mostly sunny and warmer with highs 85-90 Northwest 82-87 East and South. Sunday night partly Cloudy with a Chance of thunderstorms North fair South and warmer. Lows mostly in the 50s. Mon Day considerable cloudiness with a Chance of thunderstorms. Cooler North a Little warmer South with highs ranging from 70 extreme North to around 90 extreme South

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