Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
5 Sep 1971

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5 Sep 1971

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 05, 1971, Racine, Wisconsin I rebuke 6 firms for Dpi Rig dividends Washington apr six companies which reportedly chief executive Selas corp. Of America Dresher pa., and have increased dividends were rebuked saturday by the Cost of living Council and called on to explain their actions. It was the first such administration move to curb dividend increases which were not specifically prohibited in president Nixon to wage Price freeze order an omission repeatedly attacked by unions and democratic politicians. Paul w. Mccracken acting chairman of the cold told the firms in a Telegram the Council a takes a serious View of any change in dividend rates that would be inconsistent with the president to ?� the presidents of the firms were asked to meet with the Council tuesday a Oto explain the circumstances surrounding your reported ?� the telegrams were sent to Yale a. Blank president Martin Yale industries inc., Chicago 111., Charles l. Coughlin president Briggs and Stratton corp., Milwaukee wis. Victor Posner chairman and president National propane corp., new Hyde Park . Louis Pozez president volume shoe corp., Topeka Kan. Ernest a. Siemssen president and Max Wettstein president Florida Telephone corp., Ocala Fla. The Telegram dispatched Over Mccracken to signature said a Oit has been reported that your company has declared dividends exceeding the rate that was in effect prior to aug. 15, 1971. It has further been reported that you believe special circumstances caused this action to be taken. The Cost of living Council takes a serious View of any change in dividend rates that would be inconsistent with the president to program. A owe request that you meet with members of the Council. Tuesday in Washington ., to explain the circumstances surrounding your reported ?� in Topeka Kan., Pozez volume president called the action a �??� he said the company had not increased its dividends. A basically we declared the same dividend at our last continued on Page 2a, col. I worst in . History the Racine journal Tim Salaska air crash kills 109 Oklahoma sen. Fred Harris who is testing his support to see if it is Strong enough for a bid for the democratic nomination for president spoke in Kenosha saturday night at a reception appearance arranged by Douglas la Follette background us Parkside assistant professor and former candidate for the democratic nomination for 1st District congressman. A journal time photo by Chuck d Acquisto Harris tells Kenosha gathering wage Price freeze is unfair by Sean Devlin journals Mes staff president Richard Nixon to wage Price freeze is a manifestly unfair a according to . Sen. Fred Harris d.-okla., one of several democrats now on the Brink of declaring themselves Active candidates for their party to nomination for president. Harris speaking to about 130 persons at a reception in Kenosha saturday said he would decide by oct. I whether he will take the jump into candidacy but added that whether he does or not he is not a candidate for re election to the Senate. Despite his statement that he has not yet made up his mind Harris spent most of his what s y 111111111111 11111 1111111111111111111 / where business news Page so classified ads Page 7c editorial Page Ica local 8a obituaries Page 7c sports Page id women to news Page in features Ann Landers Page so 8d Horoscope Page 2b television radio Page 6d m. J time sounding like a candidate. A of done to feel i can have the kind of Impact that is needed now if i remain in the Senate a he explained adding that a president a Oor even a great Campaign for president could turn this country ?� turning the country around was the theme of Harris to comments in which he cited the inability of workers to obtain previously negotiated wage increases under the wage freeze As an example of the unfairness of the present economic game plan of the administration. A Othey can to get it a he said a but if you Are an insurance company with previously announced rate increases or a Bank that wants to increase interest rates it is ?� Harris said he was calling for a a National economic boards to set guidelines for the entire Economy As Long As two years ago. Harris is Basing his Campaign on the term a new populism a coalition he Hopes to build made up of the average Man a one which would Cut across age and racial barriers. He noted his three pronged approach to a othe new populism includes redistribution of income redistribution of Power and a return to idealism in foreign affairs. Continued on Page a col. I Wellington said the plane broke into pieces but did not Burn. A Oit apparently crashed into a sheer Wall of Mountain said Robert Giersdorf Alaska airlines vice president. The plane was flying through hard rain and heavy overcast above the Alaska Panhandle at the time of the crash. Wellington said a search party of state troopers had reached the scene which the coast guard placed one mile East of Teardrop Lake at the Southern end of the Chilcoot mountains. Cleared for Landing a coast guard spokesman in Juneau said the Boeing trivet was cleared for a Landing at the Juneau municipal Airport before radio Contact was lost. Orville Gano chief of the Federal aviation administration flights standards District office in Juneau said he did not know immediately what conversation took place Between the Pilot and control Tower. He said the conversation was tape recorded and a transcript would be made available a oif it were ?� a coast guard spokesman said the plane was believed to be flying East at the time of the crash. Wellington said he had been no paper monday the Racine journal times will not be published monday because of the labor Day Holiday. a disaster area Trenton . Apr president Nixon declared new Jersey a disaster area on saturday an action that will pump millions in Federal funds into areas hit by tropical storm Doria on aug. 28. Paris barn destroyed by fire Dies a wire nolo fire destroyed a barn and contents saturday night on a farm in the town of Paris operated by Dick and Wayne Wisnefski. Three fire departments a Union Grove Kansasville and Bristol a fought the Blaze which was first noticed about 6 . About too head of cattle including 60 milk cows were safely taken from the Bam moments before it collapsed. Dick Wisnefski noticed the fire As he was leaving his House for milking. His Nephew Chuck Wil comm 21, already was in the Bam. The Blaze started in the Hay mow. A the Hay feed and milking equipment was lost. Dozens of neighbors came to the Wisnef skis Taid driving the cows to a vacant neighbourhood Bam for milking and securing milking equipment from a Union Grove dealer. Electricity was out for at least 45 minutes in a three mile area. The barn was located near Highway 43 about a mile East of Highway 45. Bourke Hickenlooper 75, former four term . Senator from Iowa died saturday at shelter Island ., while visiting at the Home of a Friend. Death was caused by an aneurysm of the Aorta. Hickenlooper was governor of Iowa before his service in the Senate. Red carpet treatment planned by For japanese delegation Washington a a High level japanese delegation will receive red carpet treatment and hear Frank economic talk Here this week while the Nixon administration seeks to ease concede Day strained relations with the principal . Ally in Asia. President Nixon plans a Black tie dinner Friday for the visiting Tokyo Cabinet ministers As part of the Effort to heal wounds in .-japanese relations deepened by his peking trip announcement and his new economic policy. On the economic issues the japanese want repeal of Nixon to 10-per-cent imports surtax and adjustments of other impediments to their sales to this country. The United states seeks faster movement by Japan in opening her doors to foreign investment and goods. In the . View an undervalued yen and import barriers Are fostering a lopsided japanese Trade surplus contributing to the International economic crisis. Together the two sides Are expected in two Days of talks to discuss possible cooperative approaches to threshing out the current International monetary and Trade tangle. They Are expected to Deal also with Aid to less developed countries. The occasion is the annual .-japanese meeting of Cabinet ministers on Trade and economic affairs. Secretary of state William p. Rogers Treasury Secretary John Connally and other . Leaders will gather with their Tokyo counterparts. The Parley is not a negotiating or decision making affair but the High rank of participants Means their counsel will carry weight in shaping policies of the two governments. The two nations Are major members in the International monetary fund group of ten which is holding important sessions on setting up a new International monetary pattern. The United states and Snow closes Rocky Mountain roads Denver a falling Snow and Snow packed roads greeted the traditional influx of labor Day weekend visitors to National Parks and other recreation Sites in the Rocky mountains saturday. Officials at Yellowstone National Park closed 8,859-foot Dun Raven pass and the 8,541-foot Sylvan pass in the Wake of to inches of Snow overnight. The Road to the 14,264-foot Summit of it. Evans near Denver termed the highest Road in the world also was closed due to the storm As was the 12,000-foot-High trial Ridge Road in Colorado to Rocky Mountain National Park. Lead ill col., reported 12 inches of Snow on the ground at Dawn saturday. Weather Japan Are working closely also on the question of seating China in the United nations. The japanese delegation is to arrive in san Francisco on monday Fly across the United states aboard a special . Air Force plane and receive a vip Welcome upon arrival in Washington late wednesday. The White House dinner will Climax the talks. Japan to Sato government a staunch . Ally was jolted by the july 15 announcement of Nixon to forthcoming visit to communist China and again by Nixon to aug. 15 imposition of Stern economic measures. Rogers said his fundamental in the two country Cabinet meeting a ois to confirm in every possible Way the importance we attach to our relationship with ?� in addition Nixon intends to Fly to Alaska late this month to Greet emperor Hirohito As the japanese chief of state pauses there in route to a european visit. Find qualified women grossly underpaid or / in our area Washington apr the average working girl gets $3,500 a year less than sheets Worth while equally qualified men get Only $27 a year less than they deserve says a report prepared for the american psychological association. A although we expected to discover that a woman received fewer occupational rewards than a Man with equal scores on the achievement predictors we were hardly prepared for the size of the discrepancy Between observed and expected annual income a said or. Teresa Levitin of the Survey research Center of the University of Michigan. The report released saturday was prepared for the annual meeting of the Apa. Or. Levitin said the findings were gleaned from a a National probability Sample of persons who were living in households were 16 years old or older and were working for 20 hours a week or ?� she indicated most of the 351 women and 695 men surveyed worked at least 35 hours a week. Before finding out what they were paid the Survey considered several factors she said including education tenure supervisory responsibility and a occupational ?� a othe average women actually received $3,458 less than she should have received a the report said. A othe comparable figure for the average Man. Was $27.�?� f i the Survey showed More than half the women had annual income discrepancies ranging from $3,000 through $5,999, and a othe significant differences were that the women who lost $3,500 or More were the youngest 16-29 years old and the oldest 55 years or More of the ?� or. Levitin added those underpaid $3,500 or More were a White Collar workers those employed in professional technical managerial clerical and sales work those who did not belong to a Union and those in comparatively Small establishments where less than 500 employees worked. 5 variable cloudiness and continued warm today with showers or thundershowers Likely. High in the 80s. Variably Cloudy tonight with showers ending. Low in the Low 60s. Variable cloudiness and cooler monday with a Chance of showers. High in the mid-70s. Winds from the South at 12 to 22 m.p.h., becoming Westerly tonight at 8 to 16. Precipitation probabilities. 60 per cent today 50 per cent tonight. Elsewhere in state considerable cloudiness today with not much change in temperatures. Highs in the 70s Northwest 80s Southeast. Cloudy with occasional showers Likely tonight and monday. Lows tonight 55 to 65 Northwest in the 60s Southeast. Highs monday in the 60s North 65 to 75 South. The Sun Rose at 6 20 . And will set at 7 19 . Precipitation in the 24 hour period ending at to . Saturday was .23 inches. Richard Adams. Other Crew members included Copilot Lloyd Beach and his wife Cathy a stewardess flight Engineer James Carson and stewardesses Patty Kess Ner Debbie Berg and Patricia Hilla All from the Seattle area. The plane was to arrive in Juneau at 12 10 . The coast guard said its fuel would have been exhausted two to three hours after the Landing time. An Faa spokesman in Washington said the last crash of a scheduled Airliner in the United states occurred june 7 in new Haven Conn. An Allegheny airlines con Vair 580 crashed while trying to land in fog killing 28 of the 31 persons aboard. Just 24 hours before that crash a Marine corps Jet fighter collided in air with a Hughes air West dc9 near los Angeles. Fifty persons were killed in that Accident including the Pilot of the fighter. Those two were the first scheduled airliners to crash in the United states in More than one year. Racine wis., sept. 5, 1971 Juk Center 62 ?"6 ?"30 cents will open lights from the John f. Kennedy Center for the performing arts Are reflected in the Potomac River during a lighting test. The map Wir photo Center authorized by Congress As the National cultural Center will open this week. See Page 7c for Story and another picture advised by the National transportation safety Board that if no survivors were found the site should be sealed off and observers kept out. 102 passengers the plane carrying 102 passengers and seven crewmen was in route from Anchorage Alaska to Seattle Wash. It had made intermediary stops at Cordova and Yakutat and was scheduled to land at Sitka after Juneau. The Crew included a husband and wife. Giersdorf an Alaska airlines official said the Pilot was Juneau Alaska a a jetliner carrying 109 persons crashed into a Mountain saturday while approaching for a Landing Here. All aboard died officials said making it the worst single aircraft disaster in United states history. The Boeing 727, Alaska airlines flight 1866, crashed at the 2,500-foot level of the Chilcoot mountains in the tongans National Forest eight minutes before it was due to land at Juneau about 20 Miles to the West. No fire

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