Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1971-1973, September 28, 1973, Image 4

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DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER Page4 Dillon, Montana Friday, September 28,1973 Beacon Capri BLANKETS 72\x90\ Thermo Weave 100% Acrylic Reg $5 S C 5 0 KOTEX 40 Super S O 7 ’ Garment BAG No. 1235 Quilted Front 54,'x l 3 ,'x2\ $ 1 7 7 Ciopay Curtain SHADES Cut to your size. Save on the capital ZVA\ by 6* No. 3376-1280 $ ^ 5 7 STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Sat. 9 am to 9 pm Sundays 12 Noon to 6 pm Lay a Way For Xmas 10% Down WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Beacon Stardust Sheet BLANKET 100% Acrylic Dog & Cat GOODIES 8 oz. 29’ 9 C Frost King Therm Wrap Pipe INSULATION 35' Pkg. $ 1 25 7 7 ’ t ? h a h i ORANGE SLICES 2 LB. BAG For social functions, parties or just snacking. You’ll enjoy this treat * * \ “Quality without extravagance” WILD PRICE Be ready for winter. Be sure the car starts with a Lee BATTERY Has a 24 Mo. Guarantee $2495 Value Just $ B-24 1 8 8 8 AMMO 270 130 - 150 Grain 30-06 150 - 180 Grain Save Now Just $ 4 6 7 A Box Be Ready for hunting season Federal Shot Gun SHELLS 12 Ga. 2-4-5- or 6 Shot FI 27 Just $ 3 4 7 A Box Remember Gibsons For All Your Hunting Needs Teddy Bear TISSUE 10 Rolls 2 Ply $ 1 25 8 7 Bombs Rock New York, San Francisco, London NEW YORK ( AP) - A powerful explosion ripped through offices early today of the International Telephone and Telegraph Corp. in a midtown Manhattan skyscraper. Authorities said no one was in­ jured and no fire resulted from the blast on the ninth floor of the 41- story ITT American Building. Meanwhile, in Rome early today, a small bomb was thrown at the office of ITT Standard S.A., the Italian subsidiary of the American conglomerate. The blast slightly damaged two doors. Police said unidentified persons had climbed over an iron fence surrounding the building on the northern edge of Rome. The building struck in New York is near the giant tele­ communication corporation’s world headquarters on Park Avenue. Chunks of concrete, wood paneling, glass shards and shreds of drapery littered 50th Street near Madison Avenue after the ex­ plosion. “It was a tremendous blast because you got the vibration all the way down here,” said a security guard who was in the lobby of the building at the time of the explosion. The New York Post reported receiving a telephone call shortly after the blast in which a young male caller said: “We’re going to attack ITT.” According to a Post editor, the caller did not identify himself but said he was from the “Weather Underground.” Police gave no immediate as­ sessment of damage in the blast. ITT offices occupy the second through 11th floors of the concrete- and-glass building. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A bomb exploded outside a federal office building here early today, damaging a basement storage room and sending flames two stories high, police said. They said another device, which appeared to be a bomb, was dismantled. REWARD For 3 Suffolk Bucks that have wandered off the Naranche Ranch on the Big Hole River. Boo Lichtenberg Twin Bridges 684-5274 Police originally said there had been three bombs, two of which exploded. They said they only found one exploded bomb despite reports of two explosions being heard. Police Sgt. Clyde Blount said firemen and police received an anonymous telephone call through a long-distance operator shortly before the explosion at 1:25 a.m. They said the caller made no demands or threats. Blount said the explosive device was believed to be a pipe bomb and apparently was placed on the window sill outside the storage room. He said officers and fire equipment did not arrive until after the explosion. The blast shattered a large window and caused extensive damage to the room, said fire inspector James Mahoney. He said damage was confined to the small room and no one was injured. Flames soared up the outside of the gray stone building in Civic Center before firemen ex­ tinguished the blaze. LONDON (AP) — Eight persons were wounded today in a bomb explosion at the West .London Air Terminal, officials reported. A man with an Irish accent telephoned a warning to Britain’s domestic news agency four minutes before the bomb went off. It was the 53rd in a series of bomb incidents in England since the middle of August. The blasts have been blamed on the Irish Republican Army. The terminal is Britain’s biggest check-in point for European and domestic flights. Dillon Frosh Whip Butte Ray Wanty hauled in a 40-yard touchdown pass from Sid Nield to break a scoreless tie in the third period Thursday and the Dillon freshmen went on to post a 12-0 football triumph over West Junior High of Butte. Conrad Peterson picked up Dillon’s other TD in the final quarter on a 35-yard jaunt. The winners, 2-0, did not allow West inside their 40-yard line. The loss was West’s second against one victory. Butte West 0 0 0 0— 0 Dillon Froth 0 0 0 *— 11 D IL — Wanty 40pass from Nield (kick felled) D IL — Peterson 35 run (kick felled) There are 800 licensed airports in Canada. Roberta Flack Killing Me Softly ROBERTA FLACK - KILLING ME SOFTLY LIST *898 THE ALLMAN BROTHERS - BROTHERS AND SISTERS LIST $5.98 NEIL DIAMOND - RAIN BOW LIST $898 CARPENTERS - NOW 81 THEN LIST *5.98 SWEET COUNTRY Includes: A Shoulder to Cry On Along the Mftstafltpoi • p e n Me B ______ The Shelter of Your Eyee CHARLEY PRIDE-SWEET COUNTRY LIST *898 CHEECH AND CHONG - LOS COCHINOS LIST *6.98 ALL STEREO LP'S OUR REG. $497 NOW ONLY $ 3 9 9 DILLON INCLUDES PICTURED ITEMS ONLY SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Two pipe bombs exploded early today at the old Federal Building. Police found a-third on the building’s window ledge. Authorities were dismantling the third bomb. The bombs set off a small fire inside the building which fire fighters quickly extinguished. Shortly before the explosions at 1:25 a.m., PDT, firemen said they received an anonymous long distance telephone call informing them of the bombs. Proposes Vote Over Rate Hikes BUTTE (AP) — If the state legislature cannot reform the system by which Montanans pay for natural gas and electricity, then the issue should be taken to the voters, said Rep. Bob Harper, D-Butte. Harper, vice president of the Montana Consumer Affairs Council, Monday said the best way to achieve utility rate reform would be through legislative action in 1974. But he said that if the legislature fails to act on restructuring rates, that “the matter should be taken to the people in the form of a referendum.” Harper accused the Public Service Commission of “ not standing up to the Montana Power Co. in the most recent gas rate increase. “The private utility companies are overcharging consumers by at least 10 per cent, or in excess of $11 million a year.” He said that while Montana Power’s most recent increase request was granted fully, a firm operating in California was granted only 65 per cent of its requested increase. Harper said both increases were granted about the same time, and both were based on higher gas prices from Canadian sources. 150 Dogs Get Estate FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Seventy-three dogs with a total adjudged value of $1 have been awarded $9 million — about $123,287 each — from a $14 million estate. When Eleanor Ritchey, the Quaker State Refining Corp. heiress, died in 1968 at the age of 58 she left her entire estate, then worth $4.5 million, to 150 dogs. The dogs, both stray and pedigreed, had been cared for by Miss Ritchey at her ranch nor­ thwest of Fort Lauderdale. Two half-sisters and a half- brother challenged the will in court, saying they should get some of the estate. During the intervening years, the estate, consisting mostly of Quaker State stock, grew in value and more than half the dogs died. Thursday, Broward County Circuit Judge Leroy Moe aided the five years of legal arguments by giving $9 million to a trust fund for the dogs and $2 million to be divided among the half-sisters and half-brother, all of whom are from Pennsyvania. The rest of the estate went for taxes and attorney’s and ex­ ecutors’ fees. Former Sheriff Forfeits Bond THOMPSON FALLS (AP) - Robert H. Snider, resigned sheriff of Sanders County, forfeited bond of $250 today when he failed to appear for trial on a charge of drunk driving, Justice of the Peace Gilbert W. Wagner said. Snider was charged earlier this month in a complaint signed by a private citizen who said Snider’s automobile stuck a highway sign. Snider subsequently submitted his resignation effective Nov. 1. He had pleaded innocent to the charge. Gallatin Equipment Co. M « T M 4 o V IM « . L O M W , LA N B M A M A N D M A T « m » L H A N O U N . . . U l A M . l Milford \Mil\ s tum * 2320 W «*t M a in Botam an, M o n tana Off. 5*7-42*1 Rat. 5874443 A r a l Coda 4 M i

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