The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 10, 1976 · Page 8
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 8

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Friday, December 10, 1976
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A8 Palm Beach Post, Friday, December 10, 1976 Carter Assures Russians 'Understanding' His Goal 8k II ft Mfrx This Christmas, give your family gifts they'll enjoy. Choose from the KitchenAid family of fine kitchen appliances. New Energy-Saver Dishwashen The new KitchenAid Load-As-You-Like dishwasher cleans dishes, SPECIAL LOW PRICES We Service What We Sell at . . . pots and pans no matter where you load them. No wonder people who own dishwashers say KitchenAid is the best. Atlantic Appliance) 1818 North Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth Clifford Answers Questions at Blair House . . . after conveying Carter's message to Soviet Union 585-5566 in the United States and financial aid to the cities. Several of the options would reverse decisions by the Ford administration. Sources said details for a multibil-lion dollar housing plan were unveiled, involving expenditures of up to $5 billion to subsidize interest rates on mortgages. The money is available to the Ford administration, but it has decided not to spend it. Sources said Carter made no firm decisions on any of the options that were discussed. KITCHENAID Portable dishwasher, avocado 1 only $235 MAGIC CHEF 11 C.F. refrigerator 1 only $177 MAGIC CHEF 4.5 C.F. refrigerator, wood tone 3 only 134 FEDDERS 5000 BTU Air conditioner, deluxe, thermostat 120 MAYTAG WASHER A108 280 MAYTAG DISHWASHER WU201 '297 CLEARANCE SALE! Limited Stock WASHINGTON (AP) - Presidentelect Carter sent a public message of reassurance to the Soviet Union yesterday, declaring through a former defense secretary that he has a "deep desire to find the basis of understanding" with the Russians. The informal message was expressed by Clark Clifford, who headed the Pentagon under former President Lyndon Johnson. He said, after lunch with Carter, he got the impression Carter will instruct his secretaries of state, defense and tresury to "join in finding the basis for this understanding." During the course of the day, Carter was told the nation's business community favors a $15 billion permanent tax cut and a $5 billion jobs creation program to stimulate the economy. Reginald Jones, chief executive of the General Electric Co., said Carter took the proposal under advisement after it was presented to him during a meeting with 15 prominent businessmen. Although many of Carter's economic advisers also favor a tax cut of about $15 billion, most are urging a temporary tax reduction, such as a one-time tax rebate, rather than the permanent cuts favored by Jones. Jones said he spelled out his plan to Carter and felt that most of the other businessmen in the room also supported it. As explained by Jones, 72 per cent of the tax cut would go to persons earning less than $20,000 a year, and the . remainder to persons with higher incomes. Carter's session with Clifford came during a day-long series of back-to-back meetings with his transition advisers, members of Congress, representatives of business and labor, governors from economically troubled states in the Northeast, the outgoing director of the Central Intelligence Agency and potential Cabinet appointees. A source close to Carter said he is considering Rep. Barbara Jordan (D-Tex.) to be his ambassador to the United Nations. A Jordan aide said no one on Carter's staff had U.S., India To Discuss Jet Fighter WASHINGTON (AP) - The State Department has given the McDonnell Douglas Aircraft Corp. permission to make a sales presentation to India concerning A4 jet fighters, administration sources said yesterday. The sources said the St. Louis-based manufacturer sought permission several months ago to approach India on the A4, a short-range attack plane frequently used by the American Navy for carriers. India has one aircraft carrier which could be used to launch A4s. The State Department approved the use of unclassified information about the plane, but only with the understanding that its actions not be implied as future permission for an actual sale. The sources said India has not asked to purchase any American warplanes and no review is under way of the American arms sales policy to India. approached her with any suggestion about that post or any other. During his sessions with advisers: Carter expressed new concern that the economy is in "an extremely difficult position" and discussed tax cut and spending options. He was told the government easily could have a record budget deficit in fiscal 1977 because of the ailing economy. "One of the strongest things to come out ... is that we're in an extremely difficult position as far as the economy is concerned, and as far as the federal budget is concerned," said a staff member, who asked not to be identified. Proposals discussed included tax rebates, job programs and help for the housing industry. 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