Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1974 · Page 3
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 3

Panama City, Florida
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
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Nurses' Strike End NtiWSHERAU), Panama City, Kla„ Thursday, June », 1971 Pftgp SAN PftANClSCO (UPI) Alter a negotiating marathon; a tentative s e 111 e m e n t was reached Wednesday in the nur- m strike that has crippled 41 Northern California hospitals for nearly three weeks. W.J. Usery Jr., the federal government's top mediator, kept negotiators at the bargaining table for 43 hours until they agreed on terms of a new contract. Irene Pope, president of the California Nurses Association, said the 4,400 striking nurses would return to work immediately after a meeting Thursday, if the pact is ratified. At a news conference, both sides declined to elaborate on the issues or to disclose Skeleton Found NEGOTIATIONS — Negotiators in the 19-day did San Franciscb bay area nurses' strike announced a settlement pending ratification by the members of the California Nurses Assn. Shown are CNA President Irene Pope along with labor mediator William Usery,and Affiliated Hospitals attorney Arthur Mendelson. Thai U.$. BANGKOK (UPI) . Thailand is expected to announce within the next few days that all U.S. warplanes will be removed by the end of the year from two air bases that were used for Indochina bombing missions, official sources said Wednesday. The bases are at Takhli, about 70 miles north of Bangkok, and Ubon, 300 miles northeast of Bangkok near the Laotian and Cambodian borders. Termination of American activities at the bases is part of v a withdrawal now under way to reduce the number of American .troops here to 27,000 and the total aircraft to about 350 by the end of this year, according to informed American sources. Four American air bases will remain in operation here following the shutdowns. According to the sources, 36 Fill swing-wing fighter-bombers now remaining at Takhli will be moved to another base at Korat to permit the shutdown. To Announce About 18 AC130 flying gun platforms will be moved from Ubon to Korat air base, while about 50 F4 Phantom fighter-bombers now at Ubon are expected to be pulled out of the country. U.S. activities at Takhli will come to a complete end while a small number of American airmen is expected to remain at Ubon to keep it on a "standby" basis in case it has to be reopened quickly, the sources said. The students, numbering about 20, said American military vehicles not registered under the law "are Insulting and destroying our conscience of being Thai." warned the vehicles might be destroyed If they are not registered. . LONDON (UPI) - Scotland Yard Indicated bafflement Wednesday in the case of Sir John Peregrine Henniker-Heaton —the secret agent who came in from the cold and stayed there until his skeleton was found three years, later behind a locked door In his home. Police sources said a preliminary autopsy had failed to establish the cause of his death. A coroner's inquest was ordered for Thursday to begin the formal inquiry. H e n n i k e r • Heaton, 68, a retired Middle East agent for British Intelligence, told his wife, Lady Margaret, one chilly October evening in 1971 he was going out for a drink at the cricket club. It may have been his last walk out Into the cold. After the tall, Van Dyke ed Heaton, the third baronet in his line, walked out of his red-brick Victorian villa in the quiet suburb of Ealing, he was never seen again alive. Heaton's son and heir, Yvo, 20, said he came across an odd key in a desk drawer last Sunday. It opened the door to his father's old smoking den. Inside on a bed he found the skeleton of his father. An empty whisky bottle lay nearby and an apparent suicide note was found in the pocket of his suit, police said. settlement terms, ding ratification. The dispute involved pay scales, but both sides previously had said a critical Issue was the nurses' request for a voice in staffing—decisions about the number and qualifications of nurses in each hospital unit. Other Issues were weekends off and the possibility of pensions. Nurses began picketing June 7 after six months of unsuccessful attempts to settle with three hospital associations in northern California. The hospitals discharged some patients, and refused to accept non-critical cases involving diagnostic procedures and elective surgery. With supervisory personnel] working long hours and the help of doctors performing sortie^ nursing functions on the wards/; the hospitals generally' operated at half capacity.'; Intensive care and emergency functions continued. Both the hospitals and tne; nurses Insisted publicly that no patient went without essential care, although some physicians said the care was not up to usual standards. Other hospitals were not involved in the strike. Asked whether the settlement t would cause hospital rates go.; up, Art Mendelson, attorney for the employers, said, "That's up to the individual hospitals." Legal Notices FICTITIOUS NAME Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the undersigned persons intend to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bay County, Florida, four weeks after the first publication of this notice, the fictitious name or trade name under which they will be engaged in business and in which said business is to be carried on, towit: (Name of Business) Blue Dolphin Seafood and Steak House (Location of Business) 3101 West 23rd Street, Panama City, Florida (Owner) Betty Gavin and Aline Taylor. 8823: June 6,13,20,27,1974. Legal Notices IV TtHE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY CASE NO. 74-328 HENRY A. HOPKINS and wife, MARY P. HOPKINS, Plaintiffs, vs. JOE D. COX and JOYCE E. COX and J. ADERER, INC., Defendants NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, as Clerk of the Circuit Court o? Bay County, Florida, in accordance with the Final Judgment of Mortgage Foreclosure heretofore entered in the above cause, will offer for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest and best Didder for cash, at the North Front Door of the Bay County Courthouse in Panama City. Florida, between the legal hours of sale, to-wit: 11:00 o'clock A.M. and 2:00 o'clock P.M. on the 8th day of July, 1974, the following described real property, to-wit: FICTITIOUS NAME Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, the undersigned persons intend to register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, Bay County, Florida, four weeks after the first publication of this notice, the fictitious name or trade name under which they will be engaged in business and in which said business is to be carried on, towit: (Name of Business) R.A.L. Distributing Company (Location of Business) 803 E. 2nd Street, Panama City, Florida 32401. (Owner) Richard A. Laird and Judith G. Laird 8824: June 6,13,20,27,1974. East Half (E W) of Lot One (1), Block Seventeen (17), Holmes Addition to Millville, located in North Half (N tt) of Southeast Quarter (SE '/<), Section 10, Township 4 South, Range 14 West, according to plat on file in the office of Clerk, Circuit Court, Bay County, Florida. THIS NOTICE dated this 25th day of June, 1974. (SEAL) BRUCE COLLINS Clerk of the Circuit Court By Mary Lou Self Deputy Clerk 8914: June 27, 1974. •"t"»"» w »"r'» H » ,, » ,, »"» i> r'»"»"»' i »"»"»"r > »' Give him a Seiko A. Self-wind, day-date calendar, instant date set. Water resist Blue dial 169,95.4 B. Self winding, water resistant, day-date calendar. White dial . .. $65 ^| UM Our Crvdtt Plan or Your BanlcAirwricwd or Maitar Charge w-s B VSCHC JEWELERS \JJ 537 HARRISON AVE. PANAMA CITY, FLA. HOWARDS SHOES EIST IVSINESS HIGHWAY M 540 E. 6TH ST. Greatest i Starts today! Savings of more than Vi\ W0MENS SHOES AS MUCH OFF AND MORE ON FAMOUS BRANDS SPECIAL TABLE SO SPECIAL GROUPS *5 - »8 Sale Mens Shoes 1 \ FAMOUS •RANDS WIDE SELECTION Childrens Shoes ENTIRE STOCK ON SALE! SaYe ^niCE AND MORE ONE GROUP CHILDRENS SHOES HOWARDS SHOES EASTvBUSIWESS HIGHWAY 98 540 E. 9th SI A llOWNTOWNiHarrisoJj Ave ul Fourth S», .1

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