The Times from San Mateo, California on February 28, 1977 · Page 63
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Wofldoy, Fab. 28, 1977 THE TIMES R 5on.Motw 3 Land Deal Vance Wants Laws to Fight Arab Boycott WASHINGTON (UPI) - nations or firm? of other U.S. firms to the U.S. gov - .Costs Five Sretary of State tyrus nations. wnnm. Vanw said today that tough , Vance proposed this All boycott reports new legislation - could be approach: submitted to the Corn - drafted to fight the Arab Any foreign boycott merce Department should hnvrntt nf Israel without motivated bv .dlscrtmiria - be publicly released. i Licenses " SACRAMENTO (UPD - hindering the search for tlon against Americans on Vance'i comments - the Five real estate men who peace In the Middle East. the basis of religion, race hrs? aior Ttatemenl of told prospective buyers toe . m testimony before. the or national origin should be i r.T3I;r art,Tttinn tiie Carter administration on the Arab boycott was in marked contrast to the Ford administration's more wary approach. President Gerald Ford's aides said stiff boycott legislation would be ineffective and harm Mideast peace efforts, saying the administration was working to solve the problem in the diplomatic arena. "We have weighed carefully the risks to our important political and economic Interests in the Middle East which attend further legislation directed at activities of U.S. firms related to foreign boycotts," Vance said: "We believe that care give every carpet in your house a fair shake with any eureka vacuum in our stock one week sale .luge desert area of Ante - Senate Banking Commit - explicitly outlawed, 'lope ' Valley had an enor - tee, Vance 'called for new Refusals by American rmous profit potential and legislation which would be firms to - deal with any would "grow like Cape . directed, In part, to counter friendly foreign country, Kennedy": have - bad' their discriminatory pressures of demonstrably related Id a licenses . revoked by the the Arab boycott against foreign boycott, should be state Department of Real American firms whloh deal urohibi'.ed At Least 12 Dead in Spain Rail Crash BARCELONA, Snain - Estate, it was announced with Israel. Prohibitions In U.S. Sunday. "We beieve that In. coop - law against' U .S. firms The five were employes eration with Congress we should not, in general, of Investors Research can make progress on these apply to their foreign sub - International (IRl), a iwt issues without seriously sldiarles, defunct brokerage firm impairing opportunities for ' The new law should that had offices In Los fni - nirm trarfp nr inhlhltint' nreeniDt oravisions of state fully directed legislation combined with diplomatic action can protect our (UPI) Two crowded Angeles, San Francisco, diplomacy In the Mid - Saw's dealing with foreign passenger trains collided in Sacramento and Sati'Jose rfio Rast " M Van . boycotts, the Barcelona suburbs interests. Valine hnned that nro cress could be made toward a Mideast peace settlement but cautioned: and sold more than 2,000 "We ' are strongly A grace period should today, killing and Injuring parcels of land with a pur - opposed to foreign boycotts be created to ease the pro - numerous persons, the chase price of over' Z0 directed against friendly cess of bringing prior U.S. local railway company million. . countries, but we under - business committments' said. Real Estate Cnmmis - sUm,j tj,at states do exer - Into line with new legisla - The national news sioner David H. Fox said c - ls(! their sovereign rights tior.. agency Clfra said at ltust IRT in at least one case sold tu regulate their commerce The new law should 12 persons died. Other! a parcel for $50,000 more and to decide, if they wish, require a reduction in sources put the death toll "No one can promise suc - man iour nines us to refuse to deal Witn otner repornnR requirements u - nigner. An earlv check with sev appraises value. SMI WA1EO 1IME5 AND L'Lr .UWS LEADCR HORACE W. AMPHLETT Moscow Hotel Fire Described The main selling technique, he said, was to emphasize the future worth of the land. "As a device to Induce in the mind of the purchaser . the belief that the parcel had Investment merit or profit potential, the licensees Wed purchasers to Owned and PuUi - Jltd UaiV AMPHVETT'?RlnJl'm2 tOMfANY 1 080 So. Ao.(lEW. eral hospitals put - the Injured at at least 53 ol which', a dozen were seri - ou'ily hurt.. ' The Catalan ralways company said two trains collided and survivors confirmed thas there had been a collision. Earlier the fire, department in the suburb of Sa bade il said the crash involved only a sinele train and was MOSCOW (UPI) "The the Kremlin and the onion ifliwl t. Ainpniu ire enter into an agreement - tota tog frantlne IRl a ten - v ear terribly fast, it just jumped il MareldA Sr.hlnllhailcr Gen. Mgr. a Cathedral in Red uare, is a Soviet show - exclusive, right to sell or I." rm 10 anot?' ea Dy an expio: by Mill, Pdyjie OulfN 2!P.K. .J wrTesS line flames at Indications were the fire m our times the then our - Moscow's Rossiya hotel. flashed quickly through the : Rescuers transported the entire north wine and the chase price of the prop - " If it hadn't been for that " erty. - .saU Fox, fjre department T hones 1 JTlS&l dead and injured from the site of the wreck 12 miles west of Barcelonato numerous hospitals . PtH at Sn Vli - n Mich : sales, pitching to God - I'd be dead," said . irtri nosic - irii was a . violation of stale CToce Palmer of Fairfield. tiew at S. Bus. Oirict jrj EUilwijI 3J8 - 43f l ami morgues in tne area reguiauuns,; nu aiu, unio. Kaimer saia a lire - rjeorBe Enalesson h - aiisi. the wller hadn't , i - rf him throh Lreorgc nngitsbon Decause me seuer nuan i man led him 5St.?34 Offl" tnrougn SnuiiiM.r f - om Ph'' - uaiaian itauways m - ",:yu"" iTr; smoke down five flight of "STtelM W't fct merit worth" in dlscio - RKiraod CMjr riled In .5..10 o.m. doily uncart Satw - the .crash which, or stairs to safety. other diners in the restaur - n. Saturday. ffifi Palmer and the West &M Si. (San Malto nd llK Awclsfd Prew. 11" United HI cnal. Audit ButMU ot Clrcul - sees failed to provide pro - hundreds. ,of foreign Oourlsis They then wrapped them - spective buyers with copies and businessmen who Hed selves tn lablec lot he to traiB!Tmav have g0ne ofthe public report, as inm thehotel's north wing ward off the cold before lh . ? . t required bv law, . Friday night and early Sal - being led lu safety more 45 v Fox made his decision on urday during a nve - nour man an nour isier. the basis of ,an Lnvestlga - blaze John Ryott, a busmess - tion and administrative Authorities Issued no man from Stockholm, said hearing, the department casualty figures, but at a waiter In (he second - floor said. He revoked the bro - least 20 bodies were restaurant where he was ker's licenses of former reported at a city morgue, eating demanded to be paid 1RI President Dennis Ray A Western diplomat said he after serving wine, then 'Smith 3, Daly .'City, and had been shown a list of rushed pas l in his overcoat Robert W. Moore, M, Sac - injured 'upwards of SO saying only the kitchen bad :ramentb, and the sales .names long." been closed, 'licenses of'. James" O'Car - An American official "We were never given aa roll 30 Sari Francisco; 'said there rwere no Ameri - alarm," he said. - Vincent Pahl, 2, Belved - can deaths but one U.S. Other tourists who ere: and Regina Robinson, citizen suffered light inlu - returned to their rooms 35, Lafayette, ries and was hospltabzed. after the fire found they. All five told potential Damage appeared exten - had lost all their posses - purchasers Antelope Valley sive to the $40 - million, sions in the tremendous "would yield a profit as 3,200 - room hotel, reputed to heat. Tlie - 250 yard hallways high as 200 per cent within be the world's largest. were ankleieep in water. 10 - 15 years, that it was in Authorities blamed a Foreigners were kept an area which would grow fault in the motor of the away from the damaged like Cape Kennedy, and Kinnish - made elevators for wing and Soviet police con - that it was the last develop - starting the blaze. A com - flsr - ated film from a num - able land In California," mission was set up by the bcr of foreign the department said. city council to investigate correspondents who IRl was founded in 1973 the fire. attempted lo take photD - by Smith and was out of The Kossiya, overlooking graphs business by 18T5 because ot internal problems and growing investor discontent, according to a report in the San Francisco Examiner : To Reign at Exposition Eureka's Imperial upright with 6 - way Dial - A - Nap and tools Sale 75.00 reg. 105.00 6 - way Qial - A - Nap" - rug height adjustment cleans any carpet - from the lowest, dense pile to the generous shag lengths. That's because the power - driven Dis - turbulator gets down to business, with 12" of nylon bristles beating and brushing away. Also Triple cleaning power Top fill disposable dust bag Edge Kleener With attachments. Entries are now being Entry blanks are at ths penYed becausl '"o'i select a queen of the Junior San Francisco,' CA 9i 134. ' misrepresentations to a Grand National Livestock client in Castro Valley, uc Exposition, set April x - 5 at TSt . attorney, ce Stndent Union Thomas Anton of Bakers - 15. cl field Smith has indicated Girls 14 to IB,, members FlanS Sale he would go to court to of a 4 - H Club or Future . block the revocations. Farmers of America, ana A rummage sale is In announcing the license who will be exhibitors this planned from 10 a.m. to 6 revocations Fox urged year are sligibfe. p.m. March 5 snd March 11 buyers to inspect any prop ' Contestants will be inter - at 545 E. First AVe., San erty they Intend to buy, viewed by Judges March 22 Maieo hy the Student Union make an independent deter - at the Cpw Palace and will of Opportunities Industrial - mlnation of value and be judged on poise, person - iTalion Center West, with refuse to buy under pres - ality and livestock achieve - monies , - eceived to go 1o sure or on Impulse. ments. the student union fund. Eureka's deluxe canister vacuum, 10 lbs. of power, with tools Sale 59.00 reg.68.oo Eureka built this canister lean and powerful it only weighs 10 lbs.! An all - steel construction holds a lifetime lubricated motor and easy - roll wheels for convenient cleaning. Included in the purchase price are all the tools you'll need: dusting Brush, carpet nozzle, crevice tool, upholstery drapery nozzle and more! Eureka's upright has all the finest features, and tools too! JTUS3BAT JS?I1L GOOD f YEAR SERVICE STORES stores closed March 1 for inventory All Goodyear Service Stores will be closed all day on Tuesday, March 1, 1977 for inventory. Customers needing emergency service on that day should call 344 - 7667. Stores will reopen Wednesday with a Giant Inventory Clearance. 616 "B" Street, San Mateo rfwo piece pant suits Sale 175.00 win t 200.00 This upright has all the refinements that make cleaning easy. Get the perfect setting for shag or any 'size pile with the Rugalator sliding scale adjustment. Search out the dirt with a bright headlight. Beat and brush your carpet with the.Vibra - Groomer bar. Also: double Edge Kleener Touch Power handle Automatic Cordaway. Vacuums all Macy's. Sale ends 35 macys 17" it mmtm Bvariety o) now spring colors. Long sleeve shirt BR: - r.j it - , Kfh rtf MW Scare polyester . . . sizes S to 16. These 2 - piece F pant auils have been a, sellout averytime they have been offered al this Tuesday Special price, so be lorn or until two p.m. and no phonB or mail otders, ploase. ORDER NOWI Call oit - he 24 hours a dw; from anywhw In Northtm California. SOJ - 742 - OeoO. Shop Maca Hilfadala late WMkniBht. in . iu.. i. tfcb nnArl mi ha dim Mora S3 fashions, all flee Levy Bros' stores' san mateo buritrigBme redwood city foslerclty half moon bay omariiMi bv man Of dthsu. wme 10 Macv a vaMwma irvrpnir, r . san rraiKiaeo, Dnwin (

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