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Anderson Daily Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Anderson, Indiana Nelson Satin one of Indiana a Grea t cities for i of years saturday May to to Anderson Indiana volume 101, no Max r 42 a Price 25 cents Ukraine refugees face uncertainty �?7"�? about the Accident at the nuclear by tue associate i i Ress Plant 80 Miles North of Kiev. Moscow a there was uncertainty on the faces of children and adults alike As they arrived by rail saturday from the Ukraine the latest drops in a human wave unleashed by the atomic Power Plant Accident at chernobyl but their solemn looks often dissolved into smiles As grandmothers or Young women with Bunches of tulips carnations and Lilac rushed up to embrace friends and family members come to Moscow from Kiev. For the past four Days up to to Day from the ukrainian France bar food Page 7 capital have pulled into the Kiev sky Kiev railway station Here setting the cavernous Halls of the Stalin Era budding Abuzz with activity. Muscovites arriving late to meet a train dash up to other people inquiring about platforms tired new arrivals still waiting to be greeted lean against Walls surrounded by Knapsacks and bulging bags the number of arrivals from Kiev has sharply increased since last week As has the presence of police who have asked at least three Western reporters to leave after they questioned arrivals outside the station militia and civilian volunteers in red armbands use megaphones to maintain order while the new arrivals line up behind Metal barriers to wait for taxis and buses. As trains of up to 20 cars each lumber into the station uniformed guards stand at the open doors of each car. Behind them travellers eager to end their journey crowd the corridors. Others stay in their compartments nose pressed against Ute window eyes scouring the platform for a familiar face. For Many there is an unexpected family reunion or a meeting with a new Friend or relative they have never seen a look this is Grisha a one woman said proudly showing off her grandson to a Friend who met them at the station saturday. A a he a grown a lot Hasni the a murmured one Young woman to another As they waited for a teenage acquaintance they had already spotted from the platform. For another woman a train offered the Chance to get some needed possessions she had left in the Ukraine a no i Haven just arrived a a she see Page 2, column i massive fire forces new evacuations by the associated press Hampstead no. A rising winds today split a 2-mile-wide, 18-mile Long fire that had charred 25,550 acres of Forest along the coast and officials recommended evacuation of about 800 Homes. On Friday when officials feared the fire might Cross a state Highway an estimated 3,000 families were asked to evacuate some for the second time in five Days. Most of them were allowed to return when the Blaze abruptly switched course. However Chrystal Stowe spokeswoman for the department of crime control and Public safety cautioned that people should not misinterpret the relaxed restriction As a sign the danger has passed. A the situation is still very critical a she said. A the fire is burning out of control. It is not contained. We done to have any fire lines around it at she said the fire is 18 Miles Long at its perimeter. A the fire has picked up and split off into two or three different Heads a said Pender county commissioner Henry Smith. A the wind is blowing now and they re figuring its going to increase in the fire which has burned since monday has been blamed for at least one death and one injury officials said. Weather forecasts held no Hope of Relief before tuesday for Crews fighting the fire which Mary Ann George Pender county dispatch supervisor said was 5 Miles Northwest of Hampstead Early today. Winds today gusted up to 24 mph. A the weather is worse today and we anticipate the fire to be most difficult to contain a said Whitt Stallings of the division of Forest resources. Sheriffs cars with Public address systems blaring drove through the area Friday urging people to leave. In Hampstead Rescue squad vehicles and police cars with their lights flashing blocked roads to the evacuated areas to outsiders but allowed residents to go to their Homes. A it the fire is going where it Jolly Well pleases a Forest service spokesman Tom Heieie said Friday. A i have no idea on the size of this thing. It s got a 2-mile-wide head. A at one Point this afternoon we clocked the rate of spread at about 2 Miles an a there Are erratic winds so its really hard to Tell what its going to do next a said Rebecca Richards also with the Forest service. The fire has already destroyed 25,550 acres of Forest in coastal North Carolina and has been blamed for the death of one Man. See Page 2, column i old fashioned fun at Frankton bulletin photos by John k. Simon murder burglary arson charged confessions May be used in trial by Douglas Walker bulletin staff writer alleged confessions made by Gregory Scott Johnson can be used when his trial on murder burglary and arson charges opens monday in Madison Superior court 3 judge Thomas Newman or. Made that ruling Friday following an extensive hearing Dux ing which defense attorneys Doug Long Aid Richard Walker argued the admissions should not be presented to the jury because they were made while their client was allegedly intoxicated. Johnson 21, is charged with the june 23, 1985, slaying of his neighbor Ruby ii Tolar 807 e. 31st St Madison county prosecutor William f. Lawler or. Is expected to present evidence indicating Johnson broke into the 82-year-old woman a Home beat and or kicked her to death and then set her Home on fire Klawier is seeking the death penalty in the Case. On Friday defense attorneys Long and Walker told Newman their client was intoxicated and not aware of what he was doing when he signed documents waiving his right to remain silent following his arrest the Day of the slaying Johnson reportedly signed a written state ment implicating himself in the Hutslar slaying. And while being videotaped led Judice through his alleged victim s Home and de scribed the incidents that preceded and Fol Lowed her death Johnson took the stand during Friday s pro endings and said he consumed a great Deal of alcohol in the hours preceding Las arrest and also had taken several unidentified pills. The defendant said that due to his into in a see Page 2, column i Frankton elementary fourth graders spent the school Day Friday As their ancestors must have lived it was the culmination of tto Neer Days the highlight of the youngsters studies of Indiana history. Brad Douglas left was among the students who Square danced and played games such As horseshoes and leg wrestling demonstrated by Matt Stansberry and Pat Fetz below left. Other students peered inside the Teepee where Jody Croy Cristi Swisher and Kristey Barnard tried More sedate activities including quilting tin punching carving pottery and doll making for lunch students cooked Stew in a Kettle Over an open fire. Biscuits were made in heavy Iron skillets and butter was churned. Vegetables for the Stew were prepared with old fashioned scraping tools. After the meal a few a old timers a dressed in Hunting and trailblazing garb dropped by to spin yams about life on the Prairie Titis was the second year of Pioneer activities for fourth Grade classes taught by Jackie Arrick and Jannice Peterson Good evening Index pages births. A Church .6 comics to deaths. 3 pages tutorials 4 sports 17-19 to Heaters la what s when a thundershowers tonight partly Cloudy Auh a Low in the mid Ste and a Southeast wind at 5 to to mph sunday a 50 percent Chance of thundershowers during the afternoon with a High in the mid 70s monday through wednesday partly Cloudy and warm each Day with night from 75 to id and lows from 50 to 60 a slight Chance of hum de showers in monday fridays High 70, overnight pm 50, no precipitation done to let booze ruin your big Days amp Lim gems drinking proms and graduation done to mix a a believe people can do anything they set then minds to do be your own person. Don t make the wrong decision and do something that will follow you the rest of your life a or even take your life Quot it the Law Tough pair women survive 3-Day wilderness ordeal by the associated press san Francisco a two octo Genar tans trapped for three Day in a car after plunging Over a 150-fool embankment munched leave but had no water and one said her first drink after being rescued a tasted Uke Ellen Haskell and Maxine Lang Teki a told me they attributed their survival to the fact that they were women and women Are sue Swaton a spokeswoman for Sisk you general Hospital said Friday night or. Haskell 84, and her 83-year-old Friend mrs Langfield were trapped tuesday after their car skidded and plunged off the Road near Rural Happy Camp 350 mile North of san Francisco said Sisk you county sheriffs department spokeswoman Susan Graven Kamp they were winched up the hid 72 hours later in Large baskets dangling from a helicopter and taken by ambulance to Sisk you general Hospital in Yreka where mrs Larkfield was in fair condition Friday night suffering from dehydration and a few bruises and scrapes mrs. Haskell had cuts and bruises but a not admitted officials said a they Are both exhausted at this Point but that a about All a Aal Phyllis West who owns the Mobile Home Park in Happy Camp where mrs. Langfield lives tile town is about to Miles South of the Oregon Border they just kept each other s spirits alive and up and they prayed awl they kept waiting for me to show up a said is West who sparked a search for the women when they did no to return from a trip mrs Haskell tried three or four times to climb the Bank and seek help during the ordeal said California Highway a troll officer Glenn Mckenna who vis lied the women at the Hospital mrs Haskell who said she and her Friend chatted and prayed to pass the time told Mckenna they ate Raspberry leaves bul had no water her first sip of water in three Days tasted Uke Cham pagne a is said she tried unsuccessfully to make her Way 75 feet through heavy Brush to the Klamath River is West said mrs Langfield remained trapped in tilt a and told a Friend at the Hospital Ilia i or had a Blanket to keep her warm during see Page 2, it Quimn 2

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