The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 10, 1976 · Page 42
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 42

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C6-Palm Beach Post, Friday, December 10, 1976 ''You may find our suits, sport coats and slacks on Worth Avt., Fifth Ave., and Wilshire Blvd BUT NEVER AT OUR PRICES!" fttl If f' Love Letter In the Snow During the first snow of the year in Winston-Salem, N.C. Wednesday, a new way to use snow and save postage was developed by a young man outside a bank where his girlfriend works. UPI Tdephoto I LOlEl- l ' p Of cAndover Reed m. iA 4 wit (WMf.. J in Democrats Ask for Probe Hand Tailored (CASMMIEMIE WASHINGTON (UPI) - House Democrats decided yesterday to ask their ethics committee to investigate reports of influence peddling by South Korean agents, but they turned down another proposal designed to prevent such future incidents. Democrats voted to accept a proposal by Reps. Toby Moffett of Connecticut and Berkley Bedell of Iowa "that the ethics committee of the 95th Congress undertake a full and complete review of the matter as soon as possible." Shortly before that, Democrats rejected, 37-21, a proposal by Rep. Tim Wirth of Colorado to put a $100 limit on the value of gifts congressmen can accept from one source each year. The flurry of action was aimed at a Justice Department investigation of published reports that some members accepted cash and other gifts iIPflDIKT mm l DAT r-CT Sold in America's Finest Stores at $225 n mm AIL RID from South Korean businessman Tongsun Park to generate support for his government. Rep. John McFall of California, defeated in his race for House Democratic leader, confirmed reports he accepted $4,000 from Park. Rep. John Brademas of Indiana, the new assistant leader, said said he received campaign contributions from Park in 1972 and 1974, when such contributions were not prohibited by law. Speaker-designate Thomas P. O'Neill, voicing support for the Mof-fett-Bedell ethics inquiry, said he planned "to go forth as quickly as we possibly can with this Korean matter" in the new Congress that convenes Jan. 4. Common Cause, the citizens advocacy group, said yesterday it had written to O'Neill asking him to create a select committee to investigate the entire South Korean matter. O'Neill had no immediate comment on the request. Wirth said his defeated proposal would have defined current language that bans gifts "of substantial value" as meaning anything more than $100 a year from any one source. Rep. Joe Waggonner Jr. of Louisiana described the Wirth plan as "silly," and Rep. Frank Annunzio of Illinois asked "what makes less than $100 moral and right and more than $100 wrong?" Earlier the caucus put off a decision on a proposal by Rep. Pat Schroeder of Colorado to ban taxpayer-funded travel abroad by lame duck members and another proposal by Rep. Bob Carr of Michigan to require committees to approve such foreign travel by recorded votes. The two proposals were referred to the Commission on Administrative Review, which is studying ways to approve public accounting of how legislative funds are spent. A totally mind-boggling buy possible only because our store President also heads up one of the most powerful menswear buying syndicates in the country! The coats are fully hand-tailored masterfully cut and needled of one of the world's choicest cashmeres. Choose from neat, understated ploids or rich, solid color blazers; Regulars and Longs only. If you want one, better hurry inl We've got plenty, but they won't hang around long at this price. Gorgeous to give or wear. And it's just one of a storefull of comparable values in gentlemen's expensive, famous-brand clothing. 4 Persons Arrested In Mass Murder cAndover 298 South County Road (Just a few doors south of Royal Palm Way) below the expectations of the program. Some states already have halted their mass immunizations clinics at shopping centers and other similar locations but continue giving shots at regular health centers. The nationwide program is scheduled to be essentially completed by the end of this month. The CDC said that through the week ending Dec. 4, about 34,895,804 persons had received flu shots, or 25.80 per cent of the estimated eligible population of 135,255,112. For the one week ending last Saturday, 4,-612,524 vaccinations were given, a figure more than 150,000 below the number inoculated the preceding week. Charge privileges with eei -ItSMI WlC AW! OPEN DAILY AND SATURDAY 10:00 to 5:00 When Shopping Use P-T Classifieds Looking for a bright $5 to $6 off artificial trees. Sale 19.99 to 29.99, Reg. 24.99 to 35.99 Life like 6'2 ft. trees with the look of Austrian pine or balsam fir, with dense, natural looking needles and upswept branches. Easy to assemble with color-coded branches and pine. gift idea? Our tunic at 20 off I A Sale 14.40 Reg. $18. A rich, rich look that's not expensive. Shiny, silk-look Qiana nylon tunic with softly shirred square neck and long, flowing sleeves. Button front, tie belt. In white, natural, grey, rose, and black. 8-18. h 0 A t, j03k From Post Wire Services ROPERS CROSSROADS, S.C. -Four persons, including convicted murderer Donald Henry Gaskins, were charged yesterday in the death of a man believed to be the 11th victim in a mass murder case. Hugh Munn, spokesman for the state Law Enforcement Division said Susanne M. Kipper, 29, and John Phillip Owens Jr., 22, both from the Lake City area of Florence County, were arrested around 1 a.m. yesterday. John William Powell, 30, was arrested in Florida around 3 a.m. in De Land. All four were charged with one count of murder in the death of Barnwell Yates, a Lake City man missing for almost three years. A body, tentatively identified as Yates, was found Wednesday near this Williamsburg County community. It marked the ninth murder charge against Gaskins in a case which began a year ago when six bodies were found in shallow graves near the small Florence County community of Prospect. Guns Shipped to U.N.; Agents Arrest Suspect WASHINGTON - Federal agents have arrested a man in Reston, Va., on a charge of illegally sending a shipment of 100 submachine guns to Iraq's U.N. mission in New York, it has been learned. Antonio G. Polytarides, 31, was arrested Friday on a charge of illegally transferring the guns to an address in New York which proved to be that of the Iraqi mission. No spokesman for the mission could be reached immediately. The United States and Iraq do not have diplomatic relations. The use of a U.N. mission to illegally receive guns, if that eventually proves to be the fact, could have repercussions nevertheless. A spokesman for the State Department declined to comment on the case. The use of a diplomatic mission as an illegal drop for guns could mean the weapons were intended for politically sympathetic terrorists or it could mean something else, according to government officials. The weapons themselves were described as .45-caliber M10 submachine guns with a 32-round capacity, which, according to one gun dealer, are manufactured primarily for the police market and retail for $130 to $150 apiece. 'Range War' Brewing; Hunters, Farmers Mad OAK GROVE, Tenn. - The shooting of a dog triggered warnings of a "range war" yesterday between fox hunters and farmers in this Middle Tennessee countryside. Hunters charged that a foxhound was shot as it ran across the property of W.C. Fiscus, who has complained that hunting dogs are killing his cattle. Fiscus and a neighbor, Robert Bradley Sr., were charged with shooting a dog belonging to Delmis Walker, but a judge has threatened to throw out the case for lack of evidence. Flu Shot Turnout ft Below Expectations ATLANTA - With many states entering the final phases of their mass immunization efforts against swine influenza, the national Center for Disease Control (CDC) reported yesterday that only 35 million Americans have been inoculated, far 1 jfrnm 2.99 and 3.99 35-light miniaturesand 15-ligfht indoor light sets. All light sets UL listed Save on electrics. Lightweight Vellux8 blankets, lighter by $3 to $5. VMMmm Sale$16 Twin; reg. $19 SS&. Warm their winter with the electric blanket that gives all-night even comfort automatically. It's soft, fluffy acrylicpolyester, nylon bound, and styled with snap fit bottom corners. Full, single control; reg. $24, Sale $20 Queen; reg. $37, Sale $30 King; reg. $50, Sale $40 Sale$11 reg. $14 Ounces light and beautifully warm, our Vellux Plus blanket is nylon flocked on polyurethane foam, with nylon binding. It stays soft, smooth, pill-free through , dozens of machine washings. Deeptones and lights. Full; reg. $17, Sale $14 Queen; reg. $22, Sale $18 King; reg. $25, Sale $20 P'i)p)))i)lllllllllllllllilllllllll Hill Ill IWwilMIWIroMuiM 'n-Y'-'i -..J. JCPenney The Christmas Place! Palm Beach Mall, Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. Daily 10 to 10, Sunday 1 1 to 7

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