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Odessa American (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Odessa, Texas Boo town Celebration Page 13a Tou in trouble Page 1b the Odessa 25 cents a Freedom up newspaper \ quids to features Bridge .7a Jumble. .10b Church news. 18-21a medical. .10b classified. 18-24b obituaries. .14a comics. 14b opinion. 4a crossword. .10b sports. 1-6b entertainment. 8-10a stocks. .7-9b Horoscope. .10b television log. .10a saturday May 10, 1986 a _. 0. A. Nuke refugees flee with few possessions Kopelove . Apr a i took some things two or three Little blankets and pillows a said 80-year-old Marina Ilchenko who was evacuated from the area of the chernobyl nuclear disaster and temporarily housed at this state farm. A we had to leave our dog a she said. Ilchenko interviewed on Friday was in the second wave of those moved from the Vicinity of the april 26 nuclear Accident that sent a Cloud of radioactivity Over Europe and portions of the soviet Union. The number of those evacuated eventually reached 84,000 people and 34,000 head of livestock officials told the first group of foreign reporters allowed into the area since the Accident. The reporters were guided on a specially arranged tour by the soviet foreign ministry. Those evacuated were said to be staying in hundreds of ukrainian villages sharing Homes and worker dormitory rooms with local residents. The journalists were not taken near the disaster site 80 Miles North of Kiev. Nor did they approach the a danger zone area of radioactivity in an 18-mile radius of the Plant. A a there a no Point in going to the zone a said Ivan ply sch a local government official for a Region that includes chernobyl. A just empty reporters instead were taken to this Small town a state farm Community of 2,000 workers 31 Miles West of Kiev. Kopelove took in 1,060 people evacuated from the Opachich collective farm which is 17 Miles from the crippled reactor. The Opachich residents were told on May 2, six Days after the Accident that they had to leave with their livestock. J in my a Cdr mfr a h Quot my it a. A a a a a Kinney says foot treatment improves health a Uain a Pho of Kiev residents wait for radiation tests the Odessa american Agrin Snider summer causes trouble for feet by Jody Snider staff writer ode sans live in a Barefoot environment. A the Flat terrain the Lack of Sharp cutting stones in the area a people go Barefoot a lot a Odessa podiatrist Yoder said thursday. For some however the summer season is the beginning of feet problems. A we were designed to go Barefoot but the modern environment is not prepared for that a Yoder said. He said wearing Tennis shoes or sandals during summer months allows the foot to expand to its Normal size and can be beneficial. A when we were designed a he continued a there Wasny to any Modem structures around us. Shoes Are our Protection for hard floors Sharp rocks and the cold and yet that Protection is not enough for the 160 pair of feet Yoder treats each week at his office. About 15 percent of cases during the summer months Are injury related the 25-year Veteran of podiatry said. Yoder said Many of the sport related injuries in summer come after a a quiet non athletic a injuries come from overuse a strained joints stress fractures or trauma to the skin. Many problems relate to people trying to get into a program too quickly a Yoder stressed. Betty Kinney owner of Vannus health Center 5611 Ector ave., said she also is concerned with treating Peoples feet. Such treatment please see feet Page 2aoil Price nears $16 new York apr a surge in futures prices for crude Oil slowed Friday As prices moved close to $16 a barrel for the first time since february bolstered primarily by rising demand for gasoline analysts said. On the new York mercantile Exchange contracts for june delivery of West Texas intermediate the Benchmark . Grade of crude closed Friday at $15.86 a barrel up 12 cents for the Day. The contract had jumped by cents a barrel to close at $15.21 wednesday tile first tune a near month contract had settled above $15 since feb. 24, when the Price closed at $15.11. It jumped an additional 53 cents on thursday. The last time the Price was above $16 a barrel was feb. 14, when it closed at $16.di. Since the Price of Oil started plunging from Levels around $31 in late november refiners have kept their inventories of crude Oil at a minimum so As not to be caught with higher priced stocks while crude prices were falling. Hut a the refiners missed the Gas Market completely and now they Are being forced to run for More gasoline a said Andrew Lebow an analyst at the securities firm Shearson Lehman Brothers inc. Warnock found these tusks in 1983mammoth tusks put on display by Paul f. Power or. Staff writer fort Stockton a jackrabbits jump. Scorpions scoot. Western Diamond backed rattlesnakes sizzle in the Sun. Raccoons squint out from the Mesquite. Coyotes croon. Hut if you look closely enough and Are willing to dedicate 35 years of your life to the project you might discover evidence of other types of animal life in the Semi arid area of the trans Pecos. For the first i be today the Public will be Able to see the fruits of 35 years of painstaking excavation by archaeologist Frank Warnock. The display will open at the Annie Riggs memorial museum at to . And is highlighted by three pieces of Mammoth tusks that Warnock found in Spring 1983 about seven Miles Northeast of fort Stockton at the san Pedro Springs site All of the ice age objects came from a area Warnock and his beliefs dug and sifted through Over the years at the site while digging Down 25 please see tusks Page 2a bar association rates Weatherly top judge from staff reports Ector county bar association members ranked municipal court judge . Weatherly Best of 16 county jurists and Justice of the peace Manuel Valles worst in a recent Anonymous Survey. In the annual report the 64 lawyers rated the judges in categories such As Courtesy from the Bench efficiency and knowledge of the Law. A West Odessa restaurateur was displaying a Banner across his establishment this week a a Banner announcing that City inspector Bill Schleyer had impounded the businessman a portable sign. Kevin South owner of parrots eatery 2800 West county Road said tuesday that because of a sluggish Economy the City ought to let Hun keep the portable sign next to the Road near the Sandwich shop. Planning and inspection department director Judy Miller said wednesday that the inspector had tried to convince Smith six times to gel a sign permit and comply we a the City s portable sign ordinance. Week in review services affected despite temporary freezes on raises and the hiring of new City employees City administrative services director Jim Hall said wednesday. The freezes Are aimed at reducing annual City expenditures by $1.2 million. Department Heads meanwhile Are seeking More economical methods of operating their departments. Value of construction projects for which the City granted permits in april registered a Steep decline from March and from april 1985, according to planning and inspection department figures released this week building projects totalled $1.06 million last month Down from $2.8 million Iii March and from $3.9 million in april 1985. The latest Oil bust has ode sans wont see emergency please see j j de pave 2a pow warm see weather Page 2a

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