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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - June 25, 1954, Fairbanks, Alaska 3 Revised Bids Opened on Big Delta Project _ A. VOI Fi R In la SS w Black Gold... Every wosxi ia. a Da Jly New-Miner Classified Ad lias n golden mean- ing for you. iPiad year gold mine today Daily IV VOL XXXI! Peter Kiewit Sons Is Low For Program Community Center For Army Arctic Base Scheduled Churchill; Ike Discuss EDC V In White House Meeting WASHINGTON, June 25, President Eisenhower and Prime Minister Churchill started talks on world prob- lems today with a discussion of the proposed European de- fense army and exchange of atomic information between the United States and Great Britain. The White House announced the two 'general themes r of an afternoon conference ___ _ _ lasted nearly '2V, hours, but pro-JAsst Secretary of State LivfnV vided no details. Merchant and Sir Harold ANCHORAGE, June 25, (Spe- cial bids were opened Wednesday by the Alaska district, corps of engineers for construc- tion of community canter bulld- find chemical test plant at Bl2 Delia, Peter Kiewit Sons' company, of Seattle appeared to hi- low with a total bid of 209. The was broken down into three schedules: center building Including theatre and post exchange. enlteted men's service com- munity center arid service club, plus thc chemical test plant. Low On Three Kiowii wns low on all three schedules, with thc following fig- ures: (A) Community building IB) Knitted ram's ser- vice club, (C) Combina- tion community center building and service club, plus the chemi- cal test plant. Second apparent low with n to- tal of was bid by Bur- KI-SS Construction company of Fairbanks. The Burgess bids (8) 230.80050' 1C' S333.9I4.60. Third apparent low was Boprv- Si KKKc-Ctumnins. Seattle Total: (At (B) (Ci These three firms wor- the only bidders. Government esti- mates were; for the total construction. S272.923. Second Time Offered This is !lie second time bids' nave been offered on tlie com- munity center buildings and club and the two combined. The same three firms offered bids, which were rejected as excessive. Minor changes were then made in plans and the chemical test plant was added. The community center builcl- inKs will hv the nucleus of what later will be a complete com- munity facility, enlarged as more and more servicemen aro sta- value the Russians sought to, tncir accusation thai u. S. navy had seized the Thc American reply tt the ieLrn iel note or was the alert, Working with e ector; Phil Anderson, crew chief- communications ambtllance Injrraham, officer; and Bob driver. truck aiso its first cmcrRency run dar- evening's mlert Standing by during for a detailud n polnt announcing that ,n custody the said tersely that the disposed of." be _, The OU s i d s Tttapse was carrj-ing oil th, .......t a tent city Just below thc University of Alaska Wil dur- ing the next few "weeks, they attend summer school sessions at the university. In the past, summer school work by ANS teachers has been done at coyeges1 outside thp ter- ritory. This year, through co- operation of the UnlverOt} of Alaska, the dcnts will attend classes here Housing for married teachers and their families is not available st the university. Thp eltj Is being erected for their use, structures they will call home ditrinfZ thc summer are fabric j thc crtj would ered huts over, curved "r frames., an 'hi t t Chena Oommuitlrt bandi (Continued on Cff representative of Veteriun's company. The Yellow and companies in thc eatercise. Twenty in Solitary After Prison Riot in the slum on s i- '13 f s J H it) I a.f s i t j V H k i >ei t- f v a e- r 1 r ri !'r r n l i Irn t) j 4 uw r i J. fc tJ-fonV" ,r J >ff -fa vs t n. -s r- 1 r -M i t I V i1 r 1 PON'TIAC, June 25 0, j Twenty prLson convicts held j remov Ing a In solitary confinement and j building It for Mt? to aSI other inmates were krpt in' wou'd approi im-cstigaliop of, tx-fare the start of proiert, ______us prisoner killed, Thoitc held in solitary confine- ment were described the offenders duritsg the two-hour] which J barrages of tear Ust night Pontfac peaitenti- r ft l" Swi ft nmg campfire ceremony. The 35 vouths from Palmer. Juneau and Fairbanks who attended respectiva Two More FHA Officials Suspended tomor- An outdoor barbecue, stretching into the evening is hiSh point of today and the QUICKIES by Ken Reynolds Staged near the university, thc outing will fea- ture election o.f the "outstanding" youlh in attendance. The closing ceremony fee ducted by Mrs, Elolse Raffety, w- sttstent chairman of the rouad-wp. Thia njorning's aetivitles in- cluded discussion of "a sample project tnecUns. fontnt on "Soo- As A and dem- onstrations on flower aJKi planting. j which began Twesdaj-. Js Mri: Lo-ma Fohn-Hansea, 4-H leader for Alaska. Otbew officiates in- cluded: Isabelle Fish, donaitory WiUie Mae Powell, chairman "of dJscusaon groups; Mrs. Marswet ifd be like tDUttur radio we ioid about ies consaitant- Newn-Mlner Vfant I Hakes, iafortnaUon Three Killed in Plone CoIIisoti t.fwtt.. CUA B. Wirf. 3J. Bondffs Take From Afriiner Rebels Report Rml Coprure MEM tfe' la
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