The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 6, 1976 · Page 12
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 12

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, December 6, 1976
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1 A12--Palm JReachJPogt, JVlojjday. December 6, 1976 Japan's Rulin; y ,. immice 4 Early Lead in WE PROVIDE IT ON TOKYO (AIM - Japan's inline Li A I in , Ml 0 (I " r I ' t 19, the Liberal .;. 5 : udents 4. There iCS. F.;ier the polls i.! n more than 700 i iice of violation u t non laws. has ruled since its for omtn a Counting was not to 1 , this morning in Tokju i i strongholds of the opp.isi ( n Before the election, the. 1 265 seats, the Sod; u t Communists 39. !onu ' i ! ' RAL VMS. Nicky Where we live, work, send out dnkafui ha sclair-p vacation, travel ... all must sfitiofy t'i pt mi-n y requirement of Saviinjr. ic- no exception. Surveys reveal convenMf.ce t nuks in the choice of where to save. From Micvoi ;' ;!' to Boca Raton, Washington reoVral offers yon convenience... and friendly, ptHRonnl seivico. Washington Federal's Boca R dan olf.cj is locr.lf' at 899 East Palmetto Park Road. A coirvnnk-ni place to put your money to woik f.' n'oif money for you. c - LADIES CASHWfRf PURf CASHMERt I JACKET SWEATER Mom 75 loie $135. t ) l rAN ASSOCIATION . . FD $600,000,000. , i A 1 Al ON AT 1 1 f 1 1 T 1 O PARK ROAD iM 111-8903 KMSil) SERVE YOU IN , ,r- L GABLES NO iTH MIAMI BEACH , ii A RATON ru 1 H. CjUHSHON I I I 'ijuman ot the Board (Jfyg'JS $99 539 O SARDINE 1 ' SILK POI.YES1ER SUIT N0WS12 - M35 ,;;AE OWNED AND OPERATED SUICF ! 9 5 beral Democratic party, torn by dissension over the Lockheed scandal and facing its stillest election challenge in two decades, gained an early lead yesterday as votes were tallied in traditionally conservative rural areas. Prime Minister Takeo Miki and Takeo Fukuda, the former deputy prime minister who is Miki's main rival within the LDP, easily won their seats in the Diet, Japan's parliament. They are expected to battle for the party presidency and the prime minister's job if the LDP keeps its majority. Former Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka, a key defendant in the Lockheed Aiicratt Cot p. payolt scandal, also won ie;iect-iun running as an independent lie resigned from the LDP alter he was indicted for allegedly Keening $1.7 million of $12 million Lockheed acknowledged paying to Japanese to promote the sales ol its an planes. Initial returns gave the LDP 191 winners; the Socialist-, largest opposition party, H"; Hi" Communist party 6; the Democratic Socialists 13; the Clean (loveuiim .ft iKomeito) party 26; tlw new Liberal Club, whose ni'-mbf-rs boiled from the LDP over the Lockheed issue. 5, and 15 independents. Most of the iml" pendents are irp'-ct'nl to ji.m Uc LDP later. The LDP i"'eds 2;'.-i sorts l-r a ";) joritv in the House ot Kopirsenta-tives, rec"nt!y c'ilai,;ed lnni MM to 511 seats. But to comrnl ad the cmi-mittees it tu- eds 271 LDP candidate:: gained an t ally lead from returns in nnal aieas that have been the pMty's mam ". of strength. The consorvrihw I DP . . THAT'S O 51 YEA!; '.-111 US !' 7-. . .-.J. a.-, .. .,-! . -! i i i : u f U J ?; ; h, " ( 11 1 ill f 1 II II III li,.? V if r ll l.l ll ll uu u e iv n'i - 3 - f. N Y ,J(ilflM Nik . i fmm " ll 1 Ir w "A W'OttLtt NEWS , r(Wh a. $29 , I ' 1 I 1 H 1 I IK f'f L(, 1 1. jV r ft Ganllists Reorganize Their Parly j - 1 liti by -' well to a ri, leeiy n i.Ollli t I io, ii Poll Wire srvi(..'i 'AH IS - Tin- (iaiillist pally dissolved ilsell vesterday at a political rallv it (ailed the biggest in I reach history and reorganized mlo a national moe;oent. Til" lle'.V h'adel' said it was annil at blocking "the real thieal" ol a h it .'iin! i to iower. Members of the old Gaulhst Limm ot Democratf lor the H. public ll'Dli) voted itself out of exigence by a 111. 1H4 - 12J margin and pro-claimed the birlh ot th- liasomble-ment Pour la Ken Miegie i Pally i"i the Republic) with former 1'ieiiiier Jacques Chirac as president Chirac got II. aM of the elect ionic ballots, 20! we!'' de 'laud ih'leetive, 202 voleis ahstaiuei!, but no one wiled against Chirac As a crowd estimated at aO,il!i: by the meeting's oigani'-is roared and chanted his name at an exposition park at the edge ol Pans. Chirac called on Frame to take hold of it self again . . . because the real threat is staring u.n in the lace "The so called alleniative ihal tin- it' b Ceioil.ti-' billy '.;! . ' fc ' ' Ne-.v i i,. 1 1 1 1 1 e ! , 1 1 '.re '.i. ei.J le.t c. $419 Dtkdbc swivel roclce Socialist Coni'ioiuist progi am is pi o posing lo us is dangerous It h in (ompete'H It is illnsoi ." he '-.''!') Arah I' ''I O HFlHP'l - Palestinian sonices repor ted cdeida a -.ignite ant hreakthieueh in IN- gaeinii.e- ! ftisal to fin lender Ihell' l.eaw weapons lo the Arab peaeel e( ping force, avei'tou! at the la-i roaui'e a fol( I'll COIillScalion ol V.i apoll:, A Palestine I alu-i at am i h gaaia tioll ( PLOi iHl lal Saul tie- pwl I i1 las ' have aureed lo puP nut Ihen forces and wapoes fr'-m uoi iii Led anon and oilier areas in Ike conn 'LV " Syrian I'li'Siilenl Hale AsNad and Palestinian gueinlla h-ader asir Arafat H'SkIvimI Ihe hoavy-uoapnns problem at a inert mp, in Damascus, the sources said Hom'ou IVol! I (I Hy SalJi;n l)inipicl MOSCOW A human -i ighis deio-anstratioii led by dissident pnw-. i ', Andrei Sakhaiov ibsintegj aled ii'lo a melee vestcrday The scientist was r . regular $12 A choice of five styles in a voi.elv e, colors. All have tufted bn-fs lul'v and reversible foam seat (iriiion M back sizes. They swivel, they roik f fort. Now at special sale saviuas probably Palm Beach Cco.rnty s largest selection of chilis L. .Tpetmq an: call for free estimates ,Kt up in your home Closed Sunday for woiii ' enient easv ttr-rm- TOEC. pelted with snow and clods ol do I. Police moved in to halt th" protest "This hooligan ail was staged by KCB agents," the Nobel Peace Prize laureate said "ll is a provocation against the people who came here legally to support the cause ol human rights Atisliali;rs Anli-Siil Flee I loliotl in Fire NOWHA. Austiaba Fire broke out in a hangar at the naval an station early vestcrday and viMtially wiped out the Australian navy s force of antisubmarine patrol planes, ,. , A spokesman said navy men pulled five of tbc twin-engine (irumman trackers from the blazing hangar before the roof collapsed on the oilier seven. v : f7,!.M Bt ACSI DATURA STRtfcT deiray fn:,( II 1640 N. l-f i'l I ll.'V 9.30 a.m. 5.30 Phone 7.12 (r)'A ;-AfH LAKE WORTH J 1 V5 813 LAKE AVE. 9.30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Daily Friday 'til 8:30 ,s ... Phone 582-3559 NO 11! P.- 30V NOK ' V :i0 ci.m.-'i Moo ?. Fiah- : .n 'j:30 p.m. Doily !-r.t'uy 'id 8 30 pan. 832410

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