Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 31 1986, Page 3

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - May 31, 1986, Darmstadt, HesseSaturday. May 31, 19b6 the stars and stripes Page 3 dissidents dive feet first into protest at left anti demons moors in South Korea leap i mattresses and Nils from a second floor window of the Koram Bank s Seoul South Korea Branch on Friday. Sixteen demonstrators occupied the Batik building for two hours to protest president Chun Doo Hwan s government and us. Support for Chun at Girnt n police officer kicks one of four who leaped from the second floor of the Bank which is a joint venture of the Bank of Ameri Ca and several South korean companies. Polite arrest it All the demonstrators who they said belonged to a dissident labor group. Chernobyl death toll now 23, . Expert says Moscow a a us. Bone mar Row specialist said the death loll Tram the chernobyl nuclear Accident has reached 23. And he plans trip to the Ukraine to exam Ine Marc victims and devise a program of care for the rest of their in a Telephone interview Laic thursday. Or. Robert p. Gale said about 55 people Espo cd to radiation following the Accident at the chernobyl atomic Power Plant Are hospitalized in Moscow in serious condition and 14 of them a re critical cases. We expect to see a few More but not Many More fatalities said Gale who is in Moscow to help soviet doctors treat people exposed la radiation As a result of the april 26 Accident. Meanwhile radio Moscow reported Early Friday that the intact reactors of the four reactor Power station to Miles Nonh of Kiev will be Back on line by the end of the year. Earlier reports had said the no. I and no. 2 reactors at chernobyl would be re started this year but they made no refer ence to plans for the no. 3 reactor also said to be undamaged but housed in a building adjacent to the no. 4 unit which exploded and caught fire. National newspapers continued to focus Friday on humanitarian Aid being offered to Accident victims by the soviets such As clean up at chernobyl burning react is covered with tons of Sand Toad Bow and Clay to contain lira and absorb Radia Uon sew duels Iron Plant Are Matt ant Dike h Bull to prevent radioactive particle in sati a earwig in Pat rower water is pumped Tram Reservoir beneath reactor to prevent escape Al reductive steam holes Are tinned around Leader to How hut to escape Loose and nearby budding Are coated with Cne Cal sealant Concrete a pumped underground re ref Tilic no state Plant a foundation. Celjo int ii w Tim Tow. Iosim. Wigo t in a i atm of oooo reactor to sealed in Concrete Witt a water Gnu Al radioactive maund Nln Lauralea the Benefit concert set for Friday night at a Moscow stadium by soviet Rock and pop music performers Gale said he plans to leave for the Northern Ukraine sunday night to visit Kiev the ukrainian capital As Well As the chernobyl asked whether he would be going to the damaged Power station itself or to other areas within the evacuated zone extending 18 Miles from the Plant Gale said he had not been Given an exact itinerary but he expected to be allowed at least to Cheek radiation victims in Kiev to spills apparently 1,000 individuals at least initially were seriously examined for Possi ble exposure to radiation in. Ilie chernobyl Gale medical workers selected a group of approximately 300 Cuple considered More serious Titan the ohm who were Felt nut to be at immediate risk he said. Gale said about 250 of those 3qd patients were Sci to Moscow but he said about 50 remain in Kiev hospitals some apparently because they were too ill to travel. Thursday in Cologne Germany soviet physician fir. Yevgeny Cli Airov Hud issued a statement putting the number of dead in the chernobyl disaster at 21. Chazov a prominent heart specialist was attending a conference of the International physicians for the prevention of nuclear War of which he is co president with or. Bernard Lown of the United slates. Gale said his trip to the Ukraine would also be aimed Al gathering information for a report an the chernobyl Accident and in Long term health consequences. Gale said he hoped his report would be approved by both the us. National institutes of health and the soviet Academy of sciences. He said he also plans to develop Long term health care plans for chernobyl victims. We will be following these people for the rest of their lives Gale said

Search all Darmstadt, Hesse newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 31, 1986

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.