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Panama City News Herald (Newspaper) - December 18, 1999, Panama City, Florida Florida lottery cash3 5-6-8 play 4 5-4-0-3 fantasy 5 1-5-8-18-22 Meg Money 5-6-14-24 me Gaball 26 history today today is saturday dec. 18, the 352nd Day of 1999. There Are 13 Days left in the year. Highlight in history on dec. 18,1944, in a pair of rulings the supreme court upheld the wartime relocation of japanese americans but also said undeniably Loyal americans of japanese ancestry could not be detained. On this Date a in 1787, new Jersey became the third state to ratify the . Constitution. A in 1865, the 13th amendment to the Constitution abolishing slavery was declared in effect. A in 1892, Tchaikovsky a the Nutcracker suite publicly premiered in St. Petersburg Russia. A in 1915, president Wilson widowed the year before married Edith Bolling Galt at her Washington Home. A in 1940, Adolf Hitler signed a secret directive ordering preparations for a nazi invasion of the soviet Union. Operation a a Barbarossa was launched in june 1941. A in 1956, Japan was admitted to the United nations. A in 1969, Britain a parliament abolished the death penalty for murder. A in 1971, the reverend Jesse Jackson announced in Chicago the founding of operation push people United to save humanity. A in 1972, the United states began its heaviest bombing of North Vietnam at that time during the Vietnam War. The bombardment ended 12 Days later. A in 1980, former soviet Premier Alexei n. Kosygin died at age 76. A in 1989, Robert e. Robinson an attorney and Alderman in Savannah ga., was killed by a mail bomb similar to a device that had claimed the life of a Federal judge in Alabama two Days earlier. Walter Leroy Moody Junior was later convicted of both bombings and is on Alabama a death Row. A in 1992, former . President Jimmy Carter arrived in Bosnia Herzegovina on a private Mission to seek an end to 32 months of War. A in 1998, the House debated articles of impeachment against president Clinton. . And British forces blasted Iraq with a third Day of airstrikes. South Carolina carried out the nations 500th execution since capital punishment resumed in 1977. Today a birthdays actor Ossie Davis is 82. Former . Attorney general Ramsey Clark is 72. Actor Roger Smith is 67. Blues musician Lonnie Brooks is 66. Rock Singer musician Keith Richards is 56. Movie producer director Steven Spielberg is 53. Movie director Gillian Armstrong is 49. Movie reviewer Leonard Maltin is 49. Actor Ray Liotta is 44. Actor Brad Pitt is 36. Country Singer Tracy Byrd is 33. Tennis player Arantha Sanchez Vicario is 28. Actress Katie Holmes is 21. People can help to make donations Call Jeannie or Diane at family service Agency at 785-1721 or drop them off at 890 w. 11th St., located in the 11th Street shopping Center. This weeks list a this is the last week of Christmas season of you can share with others please do so quickly. We can use food fresh fruit and of course Cash donations to help keep the Home fires burning during the season and coming year. Many Homes Are without electricity and families Are facing eviction. A we need batteries of All sizes for our Christmas toys. We hate to give toys without batteries in Case the parents can to afford to buy them. Please help quickly. A the two nursing Home residents Are now dressed very nicely for their new years eve party thanks to several people who responded to last weeks request. What a simple thing to make them so Happy. A a 23-year-old developmentally disabled client who is musically gifted wants a guitar. It would make a great Christmas gift. A we need colostomy flanged 1 a wafer and bag supplies. A a diabetic 84-year-old stroke patient who has difficulty swallowing needs Lucerna without sugar and also Blue pads. A an elderly Man on oxygen with a very limited income needs a washing machine in Good working order. It is very hard for him to carry clothes to a Public washing facility because of his need for oxygen. A cold nights Are Here. We desperately need working 110 electrical Heaters. Please no Heaters. A recently we have had an excess of soiled unusable clothing donated. We do not want to give to others something we would not put on our body. Please understand. A an elderly lady needs a Hospital bed Type table. A social worker will come get the table if you have one to donate. A of you have extra wrapping or ribbons or tree decorations we can use these with our Christmas packages that will go out during the Holiday. A family services has a Young woman who needs acc chek Comfort curve advantage test strips. A food world is offering a free Turkey Bucko a with every $35 food order until dec. 31. Of you Are not using yours we would appreciate them. It takes nine weeks of Bucks to get one Turkey. So far we have been Able to get 39 turkeys for families Holiday dinner. Bring the coupons by or mail them to us at 890 w. 11th St. 32401. All items donated to family services Are Given without charge to clients and a tax receipt is Given to donors. Of you can help with any of the above please Call Jeannie or Diane at 785-1721 or 769-1900 or drop them off at 890 w. 11th St located in the 11th St. Shopping Center. Family services is a member Agency of the United Way of Northwest Florida. News Herald photo Tom Needham sheriff contributions sheriff Guy Tunnell background presented checks Worth $15,000 Friday to from left the Rev. Joe of Daniel of the Panama City Rescue Mission Paul Mosca and Olivia Cooley both of the boys and girls club and capt. Newton Brown of the salvation army. The Money came from the Bacso confiscated property fund. Sally Forth Christmas comes Early for empty stocking fund Christmas comes but once a year and this year it came Early for the empty stocking fund which on Friday surpassed the $130,000 goal established by the salvation army the news Herald and Tommy Thomas Chevrolet. Now that the goal is met Tommy Thomas Chevrolet will contribute an additional $5,000 to the fund. There Are still incentives to donate to the fund. Club la Vela will donate $5,000 once donations equal last years grand total of $135,915.02. And the club will donate another $5,000 if donations reach $ 150,000. Contributions to the empty stocking fund can be mailed to the salvation army . Box 540, Panama City Al 32402 or to the news Herald to. Box 1940, Panama City Al 32402. Donations can also be dropped at the news Herald 501 w. Lith St., Between 8 . And 5 . Monday through Friday. Friday contributions mrs. Holley a first Grade class Beach elementary school.$10.86 Bay Lodge no. 1106, International association of machinist$500 Anonymous $100 Joyce m. Malone in Loving memory of husband John and sons Timothy and Dennis. .$50 Anonymous .$10 . And Pauline m. Windsor. .$25 Louis h. And Sharon Jacquay. .$40 the imagination factory children a theater .$400 Gregory l. Childs $400 Ruby Darby Hayes in Loving memory of . Darby family. .$50 Anonymous .$85 Anonymous in memory of Dot Hurston and Edna Bowes. $25 Anonymous $100 Anonymous .$50 Anonymous .$25 Anonymous $150 Anonymous .$10 Anonymous .$20 Anonymous $100 Anonymous in memory of father Martin Hubert she. $20 Maudie Kelly in memory of son Jimmie merchant and wife Ruby. $20 Irene Toske in memory of Willard h. Toske $100 Earl and Margaret Geil in empty stocking fund goal $130,000 $100,000 $90,000 $80,000 $70,000 $60,000 $50,000 $40,000 total $131,681.12 memory of John and Jim. $50 Jimmy and Jeannette Purvis in memory of Steven Smith Hall. .$15 Dedee Higby in memory of Harry junnin$100 Russell and Martha Lofton in memory of Mother Leone jenkins.$50 Jean e. Evenson in memory of Loren d. Evenson $100 Sarah and Matt Swales in memory of Chuck Swales and Margaret Goodwin $25 Stanley r. Stasel in memory of Donna .$50 Johnnie and Helene Gaskill in memory of son Eugene. $25 Katie and Anna Claire in memory of our brother William. .$50 Mike and Faye Kabaci in Honor of Glen and Hazel Vaughan $25 Bay tank and fabricating $300 special Law enforcement Trust .$2,500 Ginger and Hamilton. .$50 Judy and Bill Porter. $100 Jenny and Gene Mccormack .$50 Cliff and Jan Dimmick. $20 or. And mrs. Len Hartley. .$50 Joanne and Jeffrey Groth. $50 David and Judith Solger. $100 James and Carolyn Simpson $20 go. And Kay Weekes. $10 Richard and Janice Wynne $20 James and Teresa Bledsoe. $10 Dorothea rapp.$25 Joan g royce$50 or. And mrs. Albert Davis Iii. .$25 Anthony p. Hosking $25 Donald and Della Lukanen $25 John and Peggy Schweizer. $200 Wilburn and Joyce Rodgers .$25 Alphonso and Sally Barger $25 col. Ernest and Georgia Lasche $100 or. And mrs. . Laird. $15 James and Ann Cox .$10 Kay s. Bryson .$25 Daniel s. Evans .$5 Thomas and Gayle Wamick. $200 Frankford animal clinic. $100 Bay limousine service inc. $100 Sara a a Elf fowler.$25 Juanita s. Melvin.$25 Richard and Mary Long. $25 Victor and Cloteal Burke. $10 Ronald and Rhelda Cowen $10 . And Carol Mcinish. $10 Tim and april Mcgill. $25 Donald and Patricia Fisher $25 Raleigh and Dorthy Sheffield or. $50 Richard and Opal Gleason $10 Dave and Mary Lou Jones $50 Kenneth and Liza Johnson $30 Boyd and Georgina Applegate. .$50 Jane and Jim Moore $50 James b. Brantley.$25 Bob and sue Bromlow. $100 Dalton and buster.$20 Joe e. Hulme$50 Ronald and Marlys Wood. $25 William and Pauletta Owens. $100 Ronald and Bama Young. $50 Hester and Doyle Stewart. $50 Maurice and Rita Belanger $25 Richard and Pamela Morrison. .$25 Gladys m. Tucker $100 it. Col. . And Jennie Carter .$25 Roland and Joann Thompson $10 Iris i. Fitzgerald$25 Cecil h. Edwards.$20 Robert and Edna Adams $15 Ruth and Douglas Labare. $25 Ralph and Jane Champion $10 Stanley and Joellon goldenberg$10 Theo and Hazel Harris $25 Rudolph and Myrtle Oliver $25 Archie l. Munson $25 Kermit and Violet Johnson $25 Robert and Sandra Rogers. $5 Paul and Linda Kelley $20 Lorenzo and Geraldine panigutti$10 Ernest Wilkerson .$15 Mildred and Thomas Beckham .$30 Joseph and Doris Flora. $20 Roland and Elizabeth Foerch. .$25 Robert j. Hughes .$50 Evelyn Rushing $10 Friday total $8,405.86 grand total $131,681.12 anti apartheid activist detained for missing visa new York a Winnie mad Kizela Mandela the firebrand anti apartheid activist was detained briefly at Kennedy Airport on Friday after customs officials found she had no valid entry visa authorities said. The former wife of Nelson Mandela arrived aboard a South african airways flight said Steve Coleman a spokesman for the port authority that operates the Airport. A she was briefly held while we interviewed her to determine her admissibility to this country a said Mark Thom a spokesman for the immigration and naturalization service. She was admitted about three hours later after immigration officials called the state department which authorized her entry into the United states Coleman said. Is. Mad Kizela Mandela is on a we Klong visit sponsored by Black cops against police brutality based in Newark . A message to the organizations office Friday was not immediately returned. Would you be willing to help me practice my cues i la help you however you need me to sweetie. Would you be willing to sew the costumes the director would be sure to give me Jimmy Stewart s role then. What would he give you if i promised that dad would t bring his own lighting for the camcorder Ventura wont ride with cops on new years eve St. Paul Minn. A contrary to his radio show remarks gov. Jesse Ventura wont be tagging along with state troopers on patrol new years eve a spokesman said. On his radio show Ventura said he would be helping Stop motorists suspected of Drunken driving. A people Are going to think that dirty Harry has left san Francisco and come to Minnesota a he said. But spokesman Paul Moore said the remarks were a Tongue in Ventura plans to Stop at the states y2k command Center on new years eve and again shortly after Midnight Jan. I. In Between he will attend a Small Celebration at his residence. A some time Over the next three years head like to ride along with the state patrol a Moore said. News Herald in i the Panama City news Herald uses 419-560 is published by Florida Freedom newspapers inc., 501 w. 11th St., Panama City Al 32401. Periodicals postage paid at Panama City Al. Postmaster Send address changes to the news Herald to. Box 68, Panama City Al 32402. Karen Hanes vice president publisher All offices. 747-5000 Steve Bornhoft executive editor classified. 747-5020 Ken director advertising.747-5030 Rick beat circulation director circulation747-5050 77 Paw a i Ink Bruce Garner operations director news after 5747-5070 74/-Duuu in Day county Kafen director editorial fax 747-5097 in state wat s Nicole Bayfield marketing director advertising fax 763-4636 1 -800-345-8688 Lorraine Grimes human resources . 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