Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 18, 1976 · Page 15
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July 18, 1976

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 15

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ISA -July 18, 1976 , Sunday GoKtte-Mail Chtrtofon. w » lt V !r 9 ini« Starring Henry Gibson, the gentle poet laureate of "Laugh-In" a few years ago, will star in an NBC pilot for a possible comedy series, "The Bureau." Gibson is cast as an officious, bumbling frightened agent in charge of an FBI-like federal agency in Los Angeles. . (AP Wirephoto) Hospital Strike Ends InN.Y. (C) Ar'eio York Times Service NEW YORK - Hundreds of nommedi- eal workers began returning to work in New York City late Saturday afternoon as they ended their 11-day strike at 57 hospitals and nursing homes by voting overwhelmingly to accept an agreement to submit their contract dispute to binding arbitration. The returning technicians, orderlies, nurses' aides, social workers and kitchen help were welcomed by supervisors and volunteers who had been sweeping corridors, preparing meals and performing other emrgency chores in the longest and largest hospital strike in New York's history. Generally happy, too, were the returning 37,000 workers, who had been without pay during the walkout. "My bills are piling up, and the kids want pocket money, so I'm voting yes," said Alicia Phillip, a nurses' aide, as she left the picket line against the wall of Beekman Downtown Hospital. · * * SIMILAR SENTIMENT was expressed there by Randolph Thomas, a medical technician, who cast his yes vote with the statement, "We've reached, a limit. We need money now." Gratified, also were the families of many elderly as they prepared to bring their parents back to the 14 struck nursing homes from which they had removed them last week. The members of District 1199 of the Na : tional Union of Hospital and Health Care Employes who returned to work Saturday -generally reported on the night shift that started at 4 p.m. The number who came back was not the normal complement, because the hospitals had been forced to sharply curtail no- nemergency surgery and elective admissions. As a result, hospital bed occupancy was decreased, requiring fewer workers. The full complement of workers was not expected to return before Wednesday, according to hospital spokesmen. » * * THE STRIKERS voted 21,348 to 1,060 Saturday morning to accept the arbitration and to end their walkout at the 33 voluntary hospitals, 10 municipal hospitals and 14 nursing homes. They voted outside the hospital facilities where they had been striking. The tentative agreement that ended the strike came Friday night, after 33 hours of continuous negotiations between the union and the League of Voluntary Hospitals, which represented most of the struck institutions. PAP, IF WF.'P 6ONt BlRPINS INSTI AD CF FI5HIN6, YOl'.'P HAVE HAP A DAY! YOU'LL HAvP- A 600P PAY... EVERY PAY FINPIN6 THE MANY BAKAI.15 IN THE | FAMILY WANT APS_ IN i HI: tolle-.\lai! 348-4848 DUAL PURPOSE SOIA Heavy Herculon upholstered sleeper in unusual decorator plaid. Comfortable, attractive sofa in the day, sleeps 2 comfortably at night. FAMOUS STRATOLOUNGER "ClOSI-UP" 4" FROM THE WALL We've lowered the price for Father's Day. This famous STRATOLOUNGER hugs the wall and is upholstered in long wearing washable HERCULON. Arm covers of course. 169 90 ALSO AVAILABLE IN HEAVY VINYL BAR STOOLS Wood back swivel bar s t o o l s with ·chrome or black bases. 17 CHARLESTON STORE ONLY CRIB MATTRESS GIVE-AWAY Walnut Finish crib on 1 '/4 " casters with vinyl covered 4" mattress. Crib mattress 26"x47" 44 BOTH nets THE LARGEST HOME FURNISHING CENTER INW.VA.. S 2,000,000.00 INVENTORY FOR INSTANT DELIVERY. BIGGEST SELECTION OF NATIONAL BRANDS IN W.VA.. THE GREATEST RETAIL VOLUME SOLD IN W.VA.. CONSISTENTLY THE LOWEST PRICES AND BEST VALUE IN THE STATE. EXTRA LARGE DA YSTROM DINETTE 7 piece extra large dining room dinette. Plastic oak green top which shrugs off scratches, dents and hard use. Chairs are high fashioned tapered legs with self level ers and decorator filligreeback. AHpieces 24 CHARMING DAYSTROM COLONIAL DINETTE Exciting patchwork vinyl chairs combined with dark wood grain, ^ 4t4feAA high pressure laminates | UU tV for years of heavy family use. FAMOUS MAKE CHAISES DAYSTROM "BUTCHER BLOCK" DINETTE Striking "butcher block" design with lustrous chrome. Plastic top table has a double pedestal base. The chairs are upholstered in a soft, easy-care, long-wear vinyl. OVER STOCKED GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES 10 TRAILER LOAD PURCHASE High pile Orion fur chaise in your choice of dark gold or black. 77 Anticipating a GE strike, FAD over-purchased several categories of.GE appliances. GE settled with the union. Now we have to sacrifice 200 pieces. MICROWAVE OVEN W/FREE STAND Automatic Start. Cooks in a fraction of the time. Easy to clean. No special wiring. 299 C.E. REFRIGERATOR Large freezer for the budget minded · Power saver helps reduce operating cost · Optional Automatic icemaker. 379 G.E. WASHER Famous Filter-Flo system traps lint. Balanced load control. Famous GE Activator Agitator -for thorough but gentle cleaning. Heavy-duty GE Motor. 199 G.E. CONVERTIBLE DISHWASHER 3 - c y c l e s f e a t u r i n g Power Scrub. Powerful 3-level wash action. Soft food disposer. 219 FAD GUARANTEES THE LOWEST PRICE!! SIX WAYS TO BUY AT FAD · CISN · "«TM 9 mam CMMZ CUKE · UVHfKY · WKMHCMO · COB- DUNBAR SHOWCASE CharksAve. Open Weekdays 10 to 9 CHARLESTON STORE siiv..$i.w. ly West Side Underpass Weekdays 10 to 8 Both Store* Sat. 9 to 6 Sun. 1 to 6 Kj/jfiimiiruiiE immmiimwt DISCOUNT

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