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Panama City News Herald Newspaper Archives May 24 1986, Page 4

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Panama City News Herald (Newspaper) - May 24, 1986, Panama City, Florida Deaths and funerals Henry Edward Hall funeral services for or. Henry Edward Hall 60, of 2823 e. 12th St., Panama City who died wednesday May 21, 1986 in a local Hospital will be held at 2 . Today May 24, 1986 in the Kent Forest Lawn funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Charles key and Rev. . Hunt officiating. Interment will follow in the Forest Lawn cemetery. Asked to serve As Active pallbearers Are or. Halls nephews Johnny Hall Alton Hall Bobby Wayne Hall Phil Ramer Gerald Watson and buddy Hall. Honorary All other nephews of or. Hall. Kent Forest Lawn funeral Home 763-4694 2403 Harrison a i e. Beatrice e. Hicks mrs. Beatrice c. Hicks 76, of 24 Harrison ave., Panama City died thursday in a Tallahassee Hospital. She was a homemaker and a member of the first freewill Baptist Church. Mrs. Hicks is survived by two daughters mrs. Rosa Mae Cannaday of Panama City and mrs. Doris Faye Henderson of Tyler Texas one son Rev. Wayne Hicks of Tallahassee two Brothers or. Chesley Cooper of Jacksonville and or. Colvin Cooper of Steinhatchee to grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 11 00 . Today from the Southerland funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Willie Dawson and Rev. Wayne Hicks officiating. Committal services will be held at 1 30 . Cd in the Cedar Grove cemetery in Bascom Fla. Southerland funeral Home 7h5-h532 woe. 19th St. Vander Jackson keel funeral services for Vander j. Keel 77, of 910 e. 12th St., Lynn Haven who died wednesday will be held today at la . In the Lynn Haven Chapel of Smith funeral Home with the Rev. . Hunt and the Rev. Tommy Miller officiating. Interment will follow in Lynn Haven cemetery. Asked to serve As Active pallbearers Are Kenneth Hettinger Jerry Byrd Grant Byrd Gerald Smith Buford Suggs and buddy skipper. The family will be at 808 Minnesota ave. In Lynn Haven. Smith guardian funeral Home Lynn Haven 265-2115 1112 Ohio ave. Lillie Bell Manning is. Lillie Bell Manning 72, of 1802-d Flowers ave., died monday in Bay medical Center. A native of Birmingham ala., she had been a resident of Panama City for 33 years. Funeral services forms. Manning will be held today May 24, 1986 at 3 . In Browne a Temple first born Church with elder Julius Moore officiating. Interment will follow in the Hillside cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Home of or. And mrs. James Ward 1910 w. 16th St. Battle memorial funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Battle memorial funeral Home Victor b. Battle . 763-4951 1123 n. Cove blvd. Donald Vav Ayne Roper or. Donald w. Roper 39, of 421 n. Gay ave., died Friday in a local Hospital. He was a native of Alabama and had been a resident Here for 20 years. Or. Roper was an Auto Mechanic and is survived by his wife Mary a. Roper of Panama City parents or. And mrs. Joseph c. Roper of Panama City two daughters Jennifer Barton of Panama City and Michelle Roper of Oklahoma four sons Donald w. Roper jr., Travis Lee Roper Dickie w. Roper All of Oklahoma and Sherman Lee Hall or. One sister Judy Carruth of Milton Fla., three Brothers Horace Dickie Roper of san Antonio Texas Richard Roper of Panama City and Terry Wayne Kilpatrick of Baton Rouge la. Funeral services will be held sunday at 2 00 . From the graveside in pleasent rest cemetery Overstreet. Fla. With the Rev. Willie Obert officiating. Asked to serve As Active pallbearers Are Mark Barton David Barton Willie Barton Dewayne Watson Ralph Wilson and Mike Waldren. Smith guardian funeral Home 7h5-4646 505 in. 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Offer for portraits taken thru May 31 studio Houts sunday store hours where store is open Mon sat store opening until one hour prior to store closing fit a a a a limn i her new Conlu chernobyl evacuees May not return Home associated press Moscow a a soviet paper said Friday that parts of the chernobyl nuclear Plant Are so radioactive that cleanup Crews can work Only minutes at a time and indicated some of the 92,000 evacuees from the area May never return. The weekly Cedelya quoted Ivan ply Shch head of the Kiev regional government As saying a it has become Clear that evacuees will not be returning Home As soon As they would like. Evidently we will gradually be settling them in other Plush Chi a phrasing indicated the resettlement could be permanent. The newspaper a weekly supplement to the government daily Izvestia gave no hint of How Many evacuees from an 18-mile radius of the ukrainian nuclear Power Plant May never return Home. Soviet Media said earlier this week that 10,000 new Homes were being built for evacuees along with barns for the livestock they took with them. Ply Shch said More Homes would be built and dwellings that became vacant would be turned Over to peo ple from the chernobyl area. Be Delyal a report that men equipped with respirators and protective clothing could work in some parts of the Plant for Only a few minutes at a stretch suggests that radiation Levels in the Plant settlement of Prip Yat also remain dangerously High. About 25,000-30,000 people lived in Prip Yat adjacent to the four reactor nuclear Power Plant 80 Miles North of Kiev. An explosion and fire destroyed the no. 4 reactor april 26, spewing an invisible Cloud of radiation that spread Over Europe and gradually worked its Way around the world. A ukrainian official of the communist party youth league Komsomol was quoted thursday As saying some people were returning to their Homes in chernobyl la Miles from the disaster site. He did not make Clear whether they were being allowed Back permanently. The phrasing in russian suggested they were Only visiting perhaps to collect belongings. A report in fridays edition of the communist party daily pravda said the body of Plant worker Valery Kho Demchuk was not recovered and his remains will be entombed with the ruined reactor. It is being sealed in Concrete for the centuries Long process of Cooling and decay of its Graphite Core. Vladimir Shishenok the other Man killed in the Accident was brought out of the fire and could mutter Only a there. Valery a before he died pravda said. At least 13 people have died from Burns and radiation since the disaster. Boris Semyonova soviet representative to the International atomic Energy Agency in Vienna put the toll at 15 on thursday. Morris Rosen an american who Heads the Iaea safety division said that included the two killed in the Accident. Pravda also made the first report of people in the Ukraine or byelorussian refusing to take in evacuees. It said Pyotr Artemenko who has a Large House in the Village of Blid Zha refused to Welcome evacuees because he did not want his newly polished floors soiled. Previous accounts in the official Media have emphasized Community spirit. Cedelya quoted . Korneyeva of the leading agricultural Institute As saying All crops would be screened for contamination without specifying the area affected. He said Dairy Farmers had been told to keep some cows in barns and feed them Only with seed to keep their milk free from radiation. Milk from some cows that May have grazed in potentially contaminated pastures could be used to make butter dried milk or cheese Korneyeva said. There has been no official word How radiation affected Farmland in the Ukraine the soviet unions richest agricultural area. Jan Vanous an expert on the soviet Economy based in Washington estimated in report May 16 that agricultural losses would total 700 million to 1.4 billion rubles or $970 million to $1.94 billion at the official Exchange rate. In Bonn the West German government said Chancellor Helmut Kohl had written to 31 nations suggesting an International conference on nuclear Energy because of the chernobyl disaster. Spokesman Norbert Schaefer told a news conference that 18 responses were positive and the other governments said they would consider it. A solid value a 100% Oak a choose 42 or 48�?o top. A full 7/8�?othick top. A steam Bent skirt. No plywood. A table levellers on each foot a four Oak chairs two styles available Daniil Skop 224 Harrison downtown sate 9 30 5 30 785-5421 it it it it it it it it it act it it it it it it Iron 15 ear special rack new Spring amp summer sportswear y3& is 2 off Spring amp summer a your solid Wood furniture store Quot the unfinished Shoppe tues. Wed thurs. Fri sat 10-3 30 la Harrison ave. A 763-4918 knit tops pantsuits s l a c k s dresses shorts manorial Day movie Marathon rent 5 movies for 4 Days saturday through wednesday for just $12.50. That a 62c per Day per movie. All time record Low prices 1/2 Price membership $1995 Philco video vhf sio1 per month Reg. 299.95 Sale 249.�?� 90 Days same As Cash video tapes Panasonic t-120 Blank video tapes $3.", regularly $6.". Limit 5 per customer. Coming soon our new super video on w.23rd St. A with approved credit a in Haini of. In video in town across from mall next to Mcdonalds 769-7101 769-7017 special memorial Day hours open saturday till 8pm closed sunday monday and tuesday

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