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Sitka Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 5, 1990, Sitka, Alaska Daily Sitka Sentinel Sitka Alaska thursday april 5,1990, Page 5 police blotter the following Calls were received by Sitka police As of 8 . Today april 3 at 2 09 . A dog was reported to be running at Large at 2 09 ., but police were unable to catch it. At 7 29 . A resident said some children had found syringes Needles and old bottles in an old building near Sitka Community Hospital. Police were to investigate the matter. At 11 30 . A resident said a strange vehicle was parked in a neighbors driveway. Officers left a note on the car asking the owner to move it. April 4 at 12 12 . A Marine Street resident complained about a dogs constant Barking. At 1 30 . A halibut Point Road resident reported that someone put a dead Duck in his Barbecue and put a phony a for Sale sign on his House. At 2 44 . A Man reported to be very intoxicated was pulled from the water at and Harbor. Police said the Man was not Hurt and was turned Over to his shipmates. However those mates later called police to say they could no longer control the Man and officers helped take him to the vessel of a Friend. At 7 30 . An alarm was reported to have sounded at Murray Pacific but police found the building to be secure. At 11 50 . The owner of an Alice Island repair shop said vehicles parked near his business had been vandalized. At 2 37 . A Blatchley Middle school student was reported to have gotten into a fight with another boy. Police spoke to the boys and parents involved. Officers searched downtown Sitka for a Motorist reported to have run a Stop sign at 3 20 ., but they were unable to find her. At 7 10 . A resident who reported receiving harassing phone Calls was advised of phone trap procedures. At 8 28 . A resident reported a car being driven erratically in the Sitka High school parking lot. Police spoke to the Driver. At 9 23 . A dog was reported Barking near Observatory Street but officers could not get near the animal or Contact its owner. A woman reported that someone had a pass at her Babysitter. At 10 55 . A resident reported that fireworks were being shot off on the Beach in the 1200 Block of halibut Point Road but there was no one in the Vicinity when police arrived. April 5 at 3 01 . A Man and a woman reported to be arguing on the Street and causing a disturbance were told to go Home. At 4 09 . A bed and breakfast establishment owner told police a party was breaking up in one of his rental units and guests were possibly driving while intoxicated. Officers checked the Road but were unable to locate any suspicious cars. Emergency Calls at 10 45 . Wednesday an ambulance was dispatched to the coast guard air station and a person was transported to Sitka Community Hospital. At 9 50 . Wednesday a fire truck was dispatched to Sitka High school where someone had set a can of resin afire behind school buildings. Assistant fire chief Doug Karpstein said the fire was out when firefighters arrived and no damage resulted. At 7 41 . Today an ambulance took a person from the pioneers Home to it. Edgecumbe Hospital. Sitka police David b. Lawler was arrested on a Bench warrant from Ketchikan troopers charging him with a violation of fish and wildlife Protection statutes police said. Lawler paid a $250 Fine and was released. In court the following people paid fines for alleged violations of traffic Harbor or animal control statutes Ronald Van Veen $30 Joanne Torgeson $50 Carol Jean Glass $30 Debra k. Ulrich $50 Brian v. Weddel $50 Leola z. Bacon $30 John Burr $300 Keith a. Leonard $45 David Swearingen ii $30 Joseph w. Kennedy $36 Michelle d. Wright $91 Pamela sue Winstanley $10 Mathew l. Thomas $36 Roberta r. Mabey $36 Mary p. Schilly $36 Lovi d. Hattan $36 Marcellus feg Ley $36 Glassy m. Burt $10 Anthony i. Johnson $36 Yervant a a eds Haciyan $36 David s. Downey $50 and Brian g. Messerschmidt $10. The following people were due today in Sitka court Jeffrey m. Bowler on a charge of speeding Caroline j. Davis speeding and driving with an expired registration James l. Raymond allowing a dog to run at Large and James a. Sackett unsafe pushes new policy in new Forest Grants pass Ore apr a government panels recommendations by saving the Northern spotted owl from extinction represent a new Way of looking at old growth Forest habitat for the rare Bird. The . Forest services current management plan had established a state resources chief finalist for seafood Job Juneau apr natural resources commissioner Lennie Gor such appears to be the leading candidate for executive director of the Alaska seafood marketing Institute. Sources who spoke on the condition of anonymity said the institutes selection committee is negotiating with Gorsuch to take Over the $10 million Agency which manages the states seafood marketing program. The list of six finalists for the Job was released wednesday after the associated press filed a Public records request with the Agency. Officials initially had declined to release the list. Gorsuch did not return phone Calls to her office wednesday. Calls also were not returned by Victor Horgan sr., chairman of the institutes Board of directors or William Saletic head of the boards selection committee. Horgan is chief executive officer of Ocean Beauty seafood in Seattle and Saletic is president of Peter pan seafood in Seattle. Both companies Are major forces in alaskans seafood Industry. The institutes Board includes 17 police officer on suspension Sitka police officer James Newman has been suspended from the Force with pay the police department said. Newman was suspended March 15. Police chief John Newell was out of town at the time and acting chief Weldon White and City attorney theron Cole declined comment on the reason for the suspension. Since his return Newell also has declined comment on the matter. School menu Friday Baranof cheesy pizza Green Beans garlic bread and butter Strawberry jello milk. Vers Tovia add pizza or cheeseburger. Middle add salad bar. Senior add salad bar Burger bar. Starts Friday april 6 and ends saturday april 1 open 10 . Until 6 . Easter for boys dress pants dress shirts suits jackets and ties All. 20% off Reg. Price dress shoes for boys and girls 20% off Reg. Price sorry does t include athletic shoes easter for i a infants f toddlers \ so girls k easter dresses 20% off it the regular Price. Easter hats. Bonnets and gloves also 20% off the regular Price. Photos with easter of Nvvf water Bun a Gunny win be. A Friday amp s a Friday a is a it Iron q to 3 _ Nom i j i sponsored by i Day jews softball teanfarnesl0 the amp Cedar children s Wear a i out a shoes furniture representatives of commercial seafood processors and fishermen and one Public member. Its Money comes the state and Federal governments and Industry contributions. The Board met in a closed session tuesday in Juneau to consider finalists for the directors Job said Erie Eckholm acting director of the Agency. Eckholm served on the Board until last month when he resigned to take a part time Job with the Institute to assist the Board during the selection process he said. He said he was named acting director tuesday. He will serve until a permanent replacement is found for merry Tuten who resigned in january to take a Job As president of the greater los Angeles world Trade Center association. Gorsuch has served As commissioner of the natural resources department since january 1989. She served As Deputy commissioner at natural resources from 1986 to 1988, and As special assistant to former gov. Bill Sheffield 1982-1985. Other finalists for the Job were Rosie Peterson executive director of the governors Council on vocational education Kim Elton the seafood institutes communications director . Shine the Agency a comptroller Doug Donegan state director of environmental health and Peter Mcdowell a business consultant and instructor at the University of Alaska Southeast. The boards original decision to withhold the names of finalists was in consideration of people a who might be in sensitive positions a he said. A we do have on the finalists list people who want to remain he later said he talked with Horgan after receiving the Public records request and Horgan told him to release the names. State Law says All records arc Public unless specifically exempted under a state or Federal Law pioneers meet pioneers of Alaska will hold a meeting beginning 6 30 . Friday in the masonic Temple. A potluck supper will be followed by a speaker or. Donald Funk m.d., who will speak on arthritis. The ladies of the auxiliary Are invited to Wear a funny Spring hat to the event. For information Call 747-8537. Sitka Hospital John Hansen was admitted to Sitka Community Hospital wednesday. Bead necklace of spotted owl habitat areas or sofas Strung through the Northwest. But the scientific committee whose report was delivered to Congress on wednesday suggests setting aside big blocks of old growth Forest known As habitat conservation areas or has. A it represents a change in philosophy a said Jeff d. Blackwood group Leader for planning at Forest service regional Headquarters in Portland. A the sofas were set up to Deal with individual pairs and a habitat area around individual pairs a he said. A so we have a network of individual sofas set up. The conservation areas were set up to Deal with larger areas where you have groupings of pairs up to 20 pairs within a Block of land. A the theory is the larger the areas the More continuous the habitat the More Able we will be to promote the Long term existence of the the report went so far As to warn that 3,000 pairs of owls scattered through the current habitat area network face a bleaker future than half As Many living in the larger conservation areas. The 376 habitat areas scattered through the 13 National forests in Oregon and Washington Range from 1,250 acres in the Klamath province in Southern Oregon to 3,200 acres on the olympic Peninsula in Washington. The number and size of the conservation areas weren to immediately Clear to local Forest planners but the biggest appear to Range up to 50,000 acres and represent a much larger total land area than the habitat areas Blackwood said. A the preliminary examination of the committees recommendations indicates that if they Are adopted the Timber Sale program on the 13 National forests in Oregon and Washington with Northern spotted owls would be reduced by 30 to 40 percent a a he said. That translates to a reduction of More than i billion Board feet of Tim Ber from the current annual Sale Quantity for the Region of 3.8 billion Board feet. Unlike earlier reports condemning the Forest services management of spotted owls this report comes from inside the agencies from a panel up of government scientists and headed by Forest service biologist Jack Thomas. If the committees recommendations Are adopted they will have effects reaching far beyond spotted owls said Bruce n. Apple director of the National wildlife federation Pacific Northwest resource Center in Portland. A a it a ecosystems we re talking about a entire interrelated ecosystems in a natural Forest a said Apple. A a it a not just spotted owls. Its All Plant species fish and wildlife. A the Forest service and . Bureau of land management must learn to manage All species and the ecosystem As a whole. That a what Jack Thomas is telling them. Its basically what the conservation Community has been telling them for years. The spotted owl is nothing but a Canary in a Coal Apple said the committee report was a Chance for scientists working for the Forest service blk and the . Fish and wildlife service to break out of the straightjacket of politics that have constrained them in the past. A it is Light years better biology than anything we have seen out of the agencies in our lifetime a Apple said. A it is the future of Forest Kathy of Halloran spotted owl coordinator for the Forest service said she looked Forward to studying How the new approach might Benefit water Quality other wildlife and the biological diversity of the Forest. A there is a potential for a vast variety of beneficial effects we have not explored yet even though it is focused on the spotted owl a she said. Washington state panel wants audit of Exxon Tacoma Wash. Apr the Washington state investment Board unanimously voted today to demand that Exxon commission an Independent environmental audit of its operations and facilities including a plan to prevent future Oil spills. But the Board declined to endorse the so called Valdez principles which would require americans corporations to manage their businesses in an environmentally sound Way. The Board voted to abstain when the Issue comes up at the Exxon annual shareholders meeting in Houston later this month. The Board expressed concern Over the billion Dollar Price tag of Exxon soil spill cleanup operation following the 11 million gallon spill in Prince William sound in Alaska a year ago. Suite treasurer Dan Grimm and other Board members called it both environmentally and financially devastating and said it put the suites holdings at risk. In a letter the Board will Send to Exxon Board chairman Lawrence Rawl the corporation is urged to commission an outside environmental audit of its entire operation including its existing management plan to prevent spills. If the company refuses and clings to the status quo the suite May need to divest us Exxon Stock Grimm said in an interview. The Board actively manages 164,-600 shares of Exxon Stock and another 925,000 shares Are included in the boards portfolio As part of a separately managed Mutual fund. The total holdings amount to roughly i-10th of i percent of Exxon a outstanding share. Grimm said pressure on Exxon including any divestiture would need to be coordinated by All concerned Public investment boards. What do resources give us Quality of life. 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