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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • 12

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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rrr i IX. Vl'-l vv Tr-r 12. OaklanbjvtelTribunc Sept. 1,1969 IRS Gets Jud i i a I Setbacks I back for these regulations. 'But IRS may not take these rebuffs lightly.

One approach may be a tax code section giving the, Commissioner discretionary authority to act if the acquisition of control of a cor-poraton is to secure tax by the Internal Revenue Serv- U.S. District Courts has Ice to such devices. said the IRS regulations are Most recently, the New Or- arbitrary, discriminatory and leans U.S. Appeals Court legislative in nature, resulting joining Appeals Courts at Cjn- in invalidation. cinnati and Denver and other It was the 11th judicial set CHICAGO (API Doctors and other professionals, who.

organize corporations for income tax benefits are receiv-ing. judicial approval which has knocked down opposition PARK FREE SHOP TUESDAY to 9:30 only 12 per cent are. sales managers. Other upper-echelon executives include -vice presidents 14 per cent; accountants and treasurers. 9 per cent, and executive directors and -chairmen, 8 perWnh The remaining 13 per cent.

is composed of professional people' and middle-level managers with an average age of 34. CHICAGO (AP) -v Sales managers are losing the travel race to company, presidents for the title of spending the best years of their lives on, the road. A-study of members, of Ep-' voy International Town Clubsr a series of in-town clubs, for men and women traveling on business, shows 40 per cent -are company presidents and Japanese and Nisei from Northern California for a mammoth and unique parade Sept, 14, at 2 p.m. with the line of march to be Civic Center to the Japanese Cultural and Trade Center on Post Street. Miss Yoko Tomita, Miss Japan of and Miss Iyo Ki-tajima.

Miss Kimono of 1969, will arrive from Tokyo via Japanese Air Lines Thursday to take parf in this parade and lend their beauty to other events. Saturday- Sept. Bay Area dancers will present the Bon Odori (Fes- The label made in Japan is on the ultimate package to arrive in San Francisco this week It is Japan itself. Japan is sending extensive samples of its ancient and modern culture to present one of the largestandmost elaborate celebratioas ever held in San Francisco. So big is the event that although it is called Japan Week it will continue for two weeks, from Friday, Sept.

--5rthrough Saturday, Sept. 20. ft will be a dazzling array of old and modern Japan in arranging and bonsai and demonstration of ceremony. Gallery of the Hall Golden Gate Park. p.m:.-- Exhibits of contemporary Japanese crafts and Ukivoe of the Legion of Honor.

7:30 pm. Exhibitions arts. Hospitality Room, Tokyo, Jaoanese Cultural Opening ceremonies. Union. Flower arranging by orand master of tne In Kyoto, Hall of Flowers (Donation: S3).

Invitational cocktail party ft by Kenneth Davis, assistant secretary of commerce. Dr. S. Havakawa, president of San Pranciseo State College and San Francisco's most fa'mous a a -American, wilt take part in a i and receive 500 books for his college library Monday. Sept.

8 at the Japa-nese Cultural and Trade Center. Friday's "opening program: 5- p.m. Photo exhibit of modern Japanese architecture, Tne Asia Foundation Gallery, 550 Kearny 5tlt floor. 9 am. 5 o.m.

Exhibition of posters of students of the Bay Area, -West Bulldino, Japanese -Cultural And Trade Center 10 am. 5Drm.V Displays of He--, full program. pana (flower tree dwarfing) the tea of F)owerfr, 10 a.m, prints, Palace 10:30 a.m., of Japanese Bank or Noon- Sduare. 1 3 P.m. Sen-el Ikenobo, Ikenobo School Auditorium.

7:30 p.m. and banquet Saturday. Noon Fuiima 2 m. Kivoko Mivagi Masonic .7 p.m. Mtnyo Rengokai, Hotel.

8 p.m. Festival; short color Japan," Masonic These are "Specials Japanese classic dance, Rok-ushige Group, Union Sauare. Concert of Koto by Miss and her classical ensemble, Auditorium. Japanese foik sortos bv Imperial Room, Mi-yako Opening of Japanese FHm "Thousand Cranes." plus film on "The Folk Songs of Auditorium. but the forerunners of the Lanterns) on Bu-.

between Rost evening the Ja-group from present a folk displays, artistic perform-ances of music, crafts and painting and a multitude of special events. There will, be a gigantic, pa- pa Folk Dance rade, dancing in the streets, Japan will tival. of the cltanan Street, and Sutter Streets. That same dance program at the Modern Dance Center, 2704 "Alcatraz Berkeley. Sundayv.Sept.

7,. will have an almost hour by hour program of oitvwide events, including a Biwa concert (instrument resembling a lute) by Chikuzen Biwa Dokokai at 3 p.m. in the Miyako Hotel and a concert by ships band on board the Amatsukaze, a Japanese maritime self defense force vessel. More than 25 members of both Japanese and American business, government and academic communities will participate in panels, Pacific Prospects by 1980 at theHil-ton Hotel all day SepLU. The luncheon address will- movies, concerts, tea ceremonies.

receptions, exhibits, panels, luncheons, dinners, flower ATX an i and other pro-' grams. Beginning Saturday, Sept. 6. there will be seven nights of first class Japanese films at Masonic Auditorium on San Francisco's Nob Hill. These as with almost every other event are open to the public without charge.

Union Square In downtown San Francisco will, be turned into a Japanese center for the celebration, stores will have -Japanese theme windows, there will be book fairs, food bazaars, and the Japanese ship. the-Amatsukaze will beat Pier 39. Official opening will be noon Friday in Union Square by Ta Shimoda. Japanese Ambassador to the U.S.: May- or Joseph L. Alioto: Japanese Consul Gen.

Seiichi Shi'ma and Walter E. Hoadley, general chairman, of the week sponsored by San Francisco -and Northern California civic and Japan organizations. "Guests of honors include Yjsunari Kawabata. 1968 Nobel Laureate in Literature, and film stars Michiyo Arata-ma and Machiko Kyo. Over 1500 elaborate period costumes have been shipped from Japan to be donned by ANY 9'xl2'0NLY Kentucky Wars on Mine 'Black Lung' FRANKFORT, Ky.

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