Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1974 · Page 15
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Thursday, J ....I-*., HM Page SB ZuIf ikar Seeks Conciliation Trip YA don't say-During a picture taking session in'Houston, Gerow, a 2-year-old miniature poodle wearing shades became a victim of jealous Kip, a 5-year-old Sheltie who decided he wanted in on the act and grabbed the sunglasses right off Gerow's face. (UPI) " EDITOR'S NOTE: Pakistani Prime Minister Zulltkar All Bhutto is scheduled to visit Bangladesh on Thursday in an effort to seek conciliation with Pakistan's former eastern wing —now the nation of Bangladesh. UPI correspondent Sylvana Foa assesses Bhutto's three-day visit which comes 39 months after his last trip to what was then East Pakistan. By SYLVANA FOA NEW.DELHI (UPI) — In an epilogue to the 1971 Indo- Pakistan war, Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfikar All Bhutto travels to Bangladesh Thursday for 54 hours of conciliation seeking. Bhutto's appearance in Dac- cawill come 39 months after his last visit to what, was then Pakistan's rebellious eastern wing. In March 1971, Bhutto and former Pakistani President Gen. Yahya Khan flew to Dacca in an attempt to persuade nationalist leader Sheikh Mujlbur Rahman to abandon his demands for a more autonomous East Pakistan. Finding Sheikh Mujib adamant, Yahya' Khan arrested him on charges of treason and ordered an army crackdown which resulted in a slaughter on both sides. Estimates of the number of Bengali rebels and Pakistani loyalists who died during the following eight months run from 200,000 to three million. "Thank God, Pakistan has. been saved," Bhutto was quoted at the time in a speech praising Yahya Khan's action. But Pakistan lost its eastern wing —an area the size of Arkansas containing more than 70 million persons. India entered the fray in December, (1971, defeated Pakistan and oversaw the creation of Ban­ gladesh. Bhutto's scheduled three-day visit is not expected to spark such dramatic events. • The only concrete developments political observers think will come of Bhutto's talks with Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Mujib are the establishment of full diplomatic relations, an exchange of ambassadors and the restoration of telecommunications and travel links between the two nations. Bhutto's entourage of 50 high officials will use the visit to lay the groundwork for future discussions on the myriad residual problems created during what Bhutto calls "the dismemberment of Pakistan." Bangladesh is particularly interested in speedy negotiations on the fate of about 300,000 Biharis currently living in squalid refugee centers near Dacca. 1 0 mm XtfdWiWEtiERSEk"™ \, I I (NESTEA • INSTANT TU > A Giant 3-ounce Jar of 100% Tea. 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They are also worried that they will irritate their powerful neighbor and benefactor India if they are lulled into an intimate embrace by Pakistan, India's traditional rival. At the same time, Sheikh Mujib, who spent nine months in a Pakistani prison before being freed by Bhutto, hopes Pakistan will offer his economically crippled country an easy trade agreement and approximately $65 million in development aid over the next year. Joel McCreo Still Tall In The Saddle HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Joel tion when I make public McCrea hasn't made a movie in appearances to keep the cow- a dozen years, but he narrates boys happy." the new film, "The Great "The Great American Cow- American Cowboy," in boy" features the best riders in resonant voice filled with the rodeo history, along with some sounds of the Old West. of the meanest livestock that Approaching his 70th birt- ever bucked a bronc-buster into hday, McCrea still raises cattle the hospital, and rides tall in the saddle some There is Oscar, the unridea- 45 miles up the coast from ble bull, the Omak suicide race, Hollywood. His son David is in rodeo clowns tempting* death, the cattle business in New chuckwagon racing at the Mexico. Calgary Stampede, and scores "If I hadn't become an actor, 0 f fantastic scenes of men and I'd have been a cattleman all beasts In the arena, my life," the big man said on a . "it was a pleasure to narrate recent trip to town. the picture," McCrea said. "I Despite his years McCrea don't- appear on screen, but I stands as straight as a pon- came away with enormous derosa pine. He is muscular and respect for Keith Merrill. He's a light on his feet. He has the young guy who produced, dlrec- strength of a man In the prime ted and did most of the camera of life -and the same; work for the picture." enthusiasm. McCrea starred In 82 pictures "I was a cowboy in my down through the years. At youth," he said. "My grandfa- least half of them were westerner came west with the *49ers n s. His favorites were "Union In a covered wagon. From the Pacific," Buffalo Bill" and age of 13 on I spent my sum- "Four Faces West." mers working cattle ranches, His own face Is a western lan- punching cows, mending fences dscape—strong, rugged and and all the rest of It. I loved that open. He Is enormously proud of life. Still do." being the third man elected to Rather than play third rate the Cowboy Hall of Fame In parts in inferior pictures, Oklahoma City. McCrea chose retirement on his "The first two were Will ranch. Rogers and Gary Cooper," he He has disposed of most of his said. "They were both wonderland, much of It purchased for ful men. I love being a member $32 an acre in the 1930s and sold 0 f that hall of fame because It's for $3,200 an acre. purpose is to perpetuate the "People say I'm a good standards, ideals and culture of businessman," he said, grin- the Old West. nlng. "Hell, any fool can buy property, hang onto It for 30 years and sell It at a profit. I guess my land has brought me about $5 million. "Earlier this year the head of the Rodeo Cowboys Association called me, as chairman of the board of the Cowboy Hall of Fame, to narrate 'The Great American Cowboy.' I told them to get Duke Wayne because he's a much bigger draw than I am. "But they couldn't get Wayne so they brought the film to Hollywood for^me to see. It's 90 minutes of the'best rodeo film I ever saw." McCrea still pronounces the word ro-DAY-o. Today's cowboys say RO-de-o. "I spent too many years riding the range with vaqueros," McCrea said. "It's a Spanish word. But I use the American cowboy pronouncia- "I look around today and see that we need those values more than ever." Legal Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY . CASE NO. 74-740 CA IN RE: The marriage of RICHARD KESLER, Husband, and CATHERINE ROSE KESLER, Wife. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: RICHARD KESLER, Address Unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that a suit for dissolution of marriage has been filed against you, and you are required to file a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on the Hon. Carroll L. McCauley, Attorney for Petitioner, P.O. Box 3426, Panama City, Florida 32401, on or before July 22,1974, and file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Petitioner's attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. WITNESS my hand and official seal of this Court on June 18, 1974. (SEAL). BRUCE COLLINS CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT By Alberto G. Castardo . 8875: June 20,27, July 4,11,1974 Legal Notices IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY. IN RE: ESTATE OF WILLIE CRYMES JESTER, deceased. NOTICE OF PROBATE TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIE CRYMES JESTER, deceased. You are hereby notified that a written instrument, purporting to be the Last Will and Testament of said decedent has been admitted to Probate in the Acting Circuit Judge, Larry A. Bodiford's Court of Bay County, Florida. You are hereby commanded, within six (6) calendar months from the date of the first publication of this notice, to appear in said Court and show cause, if any you can, why the action of said Court in admitting said will to Probate should not stand unrevoked. s-Larry A. Bodiford LARRY A. BODIFORD, ACTING CIRCUIT JUDGE W. FREDTURNER 900 Florida Avenue Lynn Haven, Florida Attorney for Executrix 8847: June 13,20, 27, July 4,1974. REGISTRATION OF FICTITIOUS NAMES We the undersigned, being duly sworn, do hereby declare under oath that the names of all persons interested in the business or profession carried on under the name of THE RED SNAPPER RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE at 16808 W. Hwy. 98, Panama City Beach, Florida and the extent ot the interest of each, is as follows: K. Harry Deen, full partner; Amelia Deen, full partner. s-K. HARRY DEEN s-AMELIA DEEN STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF BAY Sworn to and subscribed before me this 31st day of May, A.D. 1974. s-Jerry W. Gerde Notary Public 8816: June 6,13 , 20, 27,1974. 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 carried on, to-wit: (Name of Business) Cove TV & Electronics (Location of Business) 907 Cherry St. Panama City, Fla. (Owners) Fred Ausland and Carl Reid " 8841: June 12,19,27, July 3,1974 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY CASE NO. 74-594 IN RE: The Marriage of DONALD W. McKINSTRY, Husband, and WILLA DEAN McKINSTRY, Wife. NOTICE TO DEFEND TO: WILLA DEAN McKINSTRY, whose address is Rt. 2, Callao, Missouri 63532. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a Petition for Dissolution of a marriage has been filed by the Petitioner, DONALD W. McKINSTRY, and you are required to serve a copy of your Answer to the Petition on the Petitioner's Attorney, JIM J. AUSTIN, of the firm of URQUHART AND AUSTIN, 408 Magnolia Avenue, Panama City, Florida, 32401, and file the original of said Answer in the office of the Clerk of the above Court on or before the 8th day of July, 1974. If you fail to do so, a judgment by default will be taken against you for the relief prayed for in the Petition. WITNESS my hand and the official seal of this Court, this 3rd day of June, 1974. (SEAL) BRUCE COLLINS Clerk of the Circuit Court By Mary Lou Self Deputy Clerk 8819: June 6,13,20, 27,197j|.

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