The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on March 27, 1998 · Page 156
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 156

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, March 27, 1998
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4A THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1998 Inspectors visit Hussein palace; Senate approves IMF money In brief de, R-Ill., said in a written statement issued one day after winning approval for an additional $1.3 million for his committee's work through the end of the year. White House aides testify WASHINGTON Prosecutors brought two mid-level White House aides before a federal grand jury Thursday, apparently in an effort to learn more about Monica Lewinsky's job history at the White House and her visits with President Clinton. Marsha Scott, chief of staff in the White House personnel office, and Nancy Hernreich, chief of Oval Office operations, who sits just outside the president's office and oversees his daily that has raised ethical questions, half of the participants in a study of a possible new way to treat Parkinson's disease will have holes drilled in their skulls but will not get the treatment. The study is aimed at testing the effectiveness of transplanting fetal pig brain cells into the brains of late-stage Parkinson's patients. Participants in medical studies are routinely divided into two groups one might receive a new drug, while the other gets' a dummy pill, or placebo. This "control group" gives scientists a basis for comparison and guards against the "placebo effect,'' whereby some patients feel better simply from receiving medical attention. schedule, testified. Mexico deal upheld WASHINGTON Fearful of roiling relations with Mexico, the Senate Thursday night turned back an attempt to overturn President Clinton's recent certification of the Mexican government as fully cooperative in the war on drugs. The 54-45 vote against decertification crossed party and geographic lines. Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., and Sen. Connie Mack, R-Fla., voted no. A no vote was to uphold certification. Parkinson's test attacked BOSTON In an experiment given that he Iraqis have known that the searches were coming since last month. IMF tied to popular bill WASHINGTON The Senate Thursday overwhelmingly approved President Clinton's request for $18 billion to replenish International Monetary Fund resources drained by Asian financial failures, tying it to a more popular bill for disaster relief and military operations in an attempt to enhance its shaky prospects in the House. The vote to increase U.S. funding for the IMF was 84-16, an unusually large margin for a controversial international financing issue, attributable in part to an Palm Beach Post Wire Reports BAGHDAD, Iraq In the first test of a U.N. agreement forged to avert a military strike jagainst Iraq, weapons inspectors jspent eight hours Thursday go-jing over parts of a presidential estate previously declared off-ilimits. Accompanied by diplomats ;from 20 countries, U.N. arms inspectors visited President Sadd-!am Hussein's Radwaniyah Pal-lace, a complex estimated to be 'about 6.9 square miles and including at least a dozen villas, five artificial lakes, and streets lined jwith palm trees. i It was not clear when other ipalaces would be inspected or what the experts expected to find earlier compromise on conditions aimed at forcing reforms in IMF operations. Panel names investigator WASHINGTON A former organized crime prosecutor was tapped Thursday to fill a new senior position at the House Judiciary Committee, a job that could lead to involvement in any impeachment investigation that Congress undertakes. David P. Schippers, 67, was hired to conduct a "top to bottom" review of the Justice Department, committee Chairman Henry Hy Y s ! ( : v ) y V . ft n y-y y x y J; i - ! Yt' Of y I 'fl i H f I III 11 j SS" cSossout saBe US" Calphalon non-stick 8-pc. set Set includes 8" and 10" omelette pans, 1-qt. covered saucepan, 2-qt. covered saute pan and 6-qt. covered stock pot. Available in white only. Limited quantities. Reg. OSV $244. Orig. 149.99, now 99.99. 0SV represents the open slock value of the set components. men's knit tops & woven sportshirts OshKosh B'Gosh, Winnie the Pooh from Club Room, Silk Uomo & California Concepts for kids & Bill Robinson Sundresses, shortsets, dresses and related separates for Infants, toddlers, imported. Reg. $26-$40. Gir1s lT"M f Fi?Dd!sijf KiimMiimr March 27& 28 2olFffall 300o offi? aDD career collections in Moderate Sportswear from Sag Harbor, Koret, Alfred Dunner, our own Jennifer Moore, Fundamental Things & Jennifer Eden for Misses, Petites & Burdines Woman Made in USA and imported. Reg. $28-$64, sale 19.60-44.80. Styles and selection vary by store. "Exclusive to Federated Department Stores, parent company of Burdines. tBurdines Woman sizes available at slightly higher prices. 30oooffff shortsets for kids from Little Lass, Jenni & Kids Headquarters For toddlers, Girls 4-6x and Boys 4-7. Made in USA and imported. Reg. $18-$36, sale 12.60-25.20. crystal frames & lighting from Mikasa, Fifth Ave. Crystal & J.G. Durand Reg. $20-112.50, sale $14-78.75. Excludes Waterford, Miller Rogaska, Signature, Baccarat (Mors, Kosta Boda and Swarovski. 59" price break Breadman 2-lb. bread maker 10 bread settings, 12-hour programmable timer and large viewing window. TR550. Reg. 129.99. 20-30 off all dress shirts from Club Room, Alfani, Savile Row, Geoffrey Beene & Van Heusen Made in USA and imported. Reg. $26-$45, sale 19.99-34.99. 25-30 off famous maker casual & career collections in Better Sportswear The makers you love, including your favorite American designer, famous New York maker and more. Made in USA and imported. Reg. $23-$295, sale 19.60-221.25. Styles and selection vary by store. sale 3" bath oversized 100 cotton towels 30"x52" cotton bath towels in an assortment of solid and woven jacquards. Made in USA and imported. Bath, hand, wash, reg. 7.99-3.99, sale 3.99-1.99. Umted quanMes SeMcton vanes by store. sale 14" ail Savile Row mens knit tops Choose from our entire stock of Savile Row solid and fancy polos. Polyestercotton. Imported. Reg. S20-S22. 25-40 Off dresses & suits in Better & Moderate Dresses for Misses & Petites Made in USA and imported. Reg. 59.99-S238, sale 44.99-S178. Savings may not be based on actual sales. Sae oris tiro March 28 urtess otherwise (Wed Ctokwn Not at pieces n cawan sets are avaiat stores fial carry housewares but can be purchased through cental stocK by phone or by special order at Dadelanrj based on avaiiabtfy fcmMnet Womaa avafciNe at at stores except Msarn Beach Pettes Moderate Spartjwew avaNea1al stores except Boca Town Center Settei Draw at stores except Cutter Ridoe Mum Beach. 163a) Srwt Pompano. West Pam Beach Mai Treasure Coast Sq . Man River Mai. Menu Sauat. Vomsia Mai Wnter Mavea Paooocx Mai DeSoto So . GutNne Sg and Port CniMit Sent Petttt Dreoet at at stcres except Cutter Rxlge Mia Beach. 163r) SL WtianrJ Cora Sq . Veasun; Coast Sa xan River Mai Men Sou Aitamrjnte Sennc Towne Center. LaMHand 0a Mai. Governor's So . GuKview Sq . Tampa Bay Center. Tamoa university Sq . B anOon Town Center. DeScxo So . SarasoQ Sq, South Gate Pwa, arson Mai are) Coassand Center Ckma, Cryttai, Sw at al stores except Miam Beach, txlian River Mai. 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