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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 24, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin I4 of t Railroad talks break off costly paper sunday Jan. 21, 1971 Racine sunday bulletin 3a Washington apr negotiations have again broken off on a new contract that could head off a possible nationwide Railroad strike president . Dennis of the Al Cio Broth get smart Star is adoptive Parent Beverly Hills Calif. Apr Don Adams Star of the a Oget smart television series and his wife have adopted a son and named him Sean Christopher Adams. The couple also has a daughter Stacey Noel bom to Adams to wife Dorothy in 1965. A spokesman said Sean Christopher Adams was bom dec. 4 and adopted through a private Agency. Erwood of railway clerks announced saturday. Dennis whose Union is the largest of four in the dispute that led to a one Day nationwide strike dec. To had agreed to return to the bargaining table Friday. A owe do not in fact know How far apart we were in the provisions of such an agreement a he said a because the Price of learning the dimensions of the employers offer was contingent upon the Union accepting in Advance an insufficient Job Security ?� expressing Hope for resumption of negotiations Dennis said his Union legislative chairmen from each state will meet Here monday to launch a drive for passage of changes Geneva a the cur cd. La orders prosecution of state Hijacker App c s i. A i n map wire photo Well fed pet a. M. Beard of Decatur Illinois hefted his i year old pampered pet Raccoon a of Chucky which he says weighs Over 50 pounds and a of think must be the biggest Raccoon in the United ?� the animal was adopted by the Beard family after his Mother was run Over by a car on a Road near their farm outside Decatur. They feed him scrambled eggs cookies cooked Chicken and hamburger. Busters styrofoam wig Heads regular 88 wig head stands 53< 53 c eco 18"x42 it slide a Boggan 27 j i rugged polyethylene \ i designed for fast a fun in the Snow i boo matches i ugh 12 c heavy duty Kmart broiler foil it regular 44 18"x8 6 cd. Umit 2 37 it o toilet tissue 68 to Roll pack store hours 9 30-9 sunday 12-5 use your master charge Elmwood Plaza ,1 it it it it it it it it it j it it it it it i it f it it it it it it it it it it in the railway labor act. Congress halted last month to strike with a special Law that expires March i and could Lead to another walkout unless there is a settlement or further congressional action. The unions have asked for three year wage hikes of some 40 per cent Over current wages averaging about $3.50 an hour. They also demand a Cost of living increase and other benefits. Geneva newspaper Wasny to so smart. The Coin turned out to be a 1,000-year-old piece from the reign of byzantine emperor Romanus ii Worth at least $6. Milwaukee a . Attorney David Cannon saturday authorized the prosecution of a 20-year-old Milwaukee Man on a charge of hijacking a Northwest airlines jetliner to Cuba. Hijackings occur in Ethiopia Korea by the associated press ten South korean air Force planes intercepted a hijacked Airliner saturday and forced it to crash land before it could reach North Korea. The Hijacker then blew himself up with a grenade. In another hijacking abroad several youths who seized an ethiopian airlines plane Friday were reported arrested after reaching their destination in Libya. In the korean Case a passenger injured by the grenade blast died later in a Hospital. Twenty two of 60 or so other passengers on the Fokker f27 Turboprop were wounded. The Hijacker was identified As Kim Sang Tae 22 who was armed with four grenades and a knife. After he took Over the plane the Pilot radioed that he had been ordered to Fly to North Korea. The other hijacking began Friday night. The ethiopian airlines dc3 was seized while on a Domestic flight and ordered to Fly to Libya. The plane carried 20 passengers and a Crew of three. Five of the passengers and the entire Crew were americans. The plane flew to Khartoum in Sudan and then to Cairo for refuelling stops. The ethiopian news Agency and the ethiopian airlines manager in Cairo reported that when the aircraft landed in Benghazi Libya the hijackers were taken off the plane and placed under arrest. The passengers and Crew were reported Safe and were put up in a Benghazi hotel. The manager in Cairo Abid Kamel said there were two or three hijackers. He described them As students from Ethiopia to province of Eritrea a moslem area fighting the Central government of emperor Haile Selassie. The Fri identified the Hijacker As Garland j. Grant and said a warrant would be issued for his arrest. Grant allegedly boarded a Northwest flight in Milwaukee Friday the Fri said displayed a Short handed a and a Brief Case which he said contained a bomb a Milwaukee journal reporter Geoffrey Harding said he had talked to Grant several weeks ago after being referred to him by an immigration official who said the Young Man had asked for help to get to Africa. Harding said Grant told him he had no family in Milwaukee and he just wanted a Oto be with my own people in Africa. Cocktail waitresses wanted $3 per hour a apply in person % to 5 . Benny s club 2148 Racine Street licensed by the City of Racine. Quot i a 1 j. Fish furniture company est. 1858 Wede closing our store at 515 main St. My own uck hurry last big week today sunday to . To 5 . Monday thru Friday to . To 9 . Saturday to . To 6 . Everything in the store has been reduced for this Sale hundreds of floor samples will be sold at savings up to 60. Many items priced below our actual Cost everything must go even the mirrors and pictures on the Wall ridiculously cheap All appliances Are Brand new floor samples and will carry the regular full factory warranty even at these Low Sale prices please note All floor samples sold As shown not subject to cancellation or Exchange lamps pictures and mirrors Are Quot take with. None delivered Sec because of the Low prices a Small charge will be made for delivery usual l. Fish credit terms Are available sorry no Quot hold Quot orders can be accepted shop Early for Best selection remember a a a this Sale Only at l. Fish furniture company 515 main Street Racine Wisconsin

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