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Sitka Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, Sitka, Alaska O four injured in i whalers agree Alaska political Roundup helicopter crash wednesday August 13,1980, daily Sitka Sentinel Sitka Alaska Page 3 four passengers injured in an a cadent during a helicopter sightseeing excursion tuesday morning on it. Edgecumbe Are listed in stable condition and should be released wednesday afternoon according to or. Paul Lunas of the Sitka Community Hospital medical staff. The four Are James and Shirley Smith of Stockton Calif., and Frank and Ethel Lamont of Modesto Calif. The Pilot Charles Welker son was released tuesday with no apparent injuries. James Smith 46, was hospitalized with head and Back injuries. His wife Shirley 50, suffered leg and in c is. Frank Lamont 60, suffered d injuries and his wife Ethel 53, was admitted to the Hospital with a Back injury. According to Hospital administrator Mark Hawkins All of the injuries Are minor. However Smith reportedly suffered severe facial cuts. Tuesday the coast guard reported Only one of those on Board the helicopter was injured. The Craft owned by Raven copters of Sitka broke apart on Impact on the Mountain. Cause of the crash in under in Veti Gatioan Sitka weather temperatures ranged from 51 to 65 in Sitka on tuesday reports Sitka Observatory. At 8 . The tem creature was 54 degrees the remoter stood at 30.00 and .05 Inch of precipitation was recorded. The Sun Rose at 6 23 . And will set at 9 48 . Sitka summer by Evalin Curran Mary Buckland chairman of the Alaska Day committee is Busy with her regular Job at the Mill As Well As this extra so will appreciate any and All help. Harold Jacobs is arranging schedules for the native dancers for the Celebration. Recently an Ohio Drill team was on one of the cruise ships and they drilled near the Centennial building twice while the ship was in for the Benefit of sit kans they deserve a thank you note or two. There were Over 80 members of the team. The week the japanese children were in they also drilled but their Early morning drills and exercises were at the parking lot at the National Park. They created More interest than All the Park has to offer and the first bus Load of visitors to the Park took innumerable pictures of them. The children Learned to say a a hello and later at the Post office i was greeted by Many Small japanese boys All saying a a hello High school office closed for week the Sitka High school office will be closed the rest of this week. Students new to the Sitka schools can Call the superintendents office if they have questions or need information. The High school office will reopen next week school officials said. Public reminded on Agenda items persons wishing to submit a request or have an item placed on the Agenda for the planning commission or Parks and recreation commission Are Are reminded to submit the item to the planning staff at City Hall. The deadlines Are one week prior to the actual meeting Date. Planning amp zoning commission meets on first amp third mondays and Parks amp recreation on first amp third tuesdays of each month. Elementary students asked to Call parents of elementary school students in kindergarten through Grade five who will enter school for the first time in Sitka this fall Are asked to Call the superintendents office at 747-8622 and leave the name and Grade Levels of their school age children. Registration for new students will take place aug. 18-25 at the schools. Shot records should be provided for All students. For new kindergarten students a birth certificate Hospital certificate or baptismal certificate is required. Parents who registered their children for kindergarten this Spring need not Call or Register them again. Anchorage apr All Eskimo whalers along alaskans North slope Are United behind the Icca of following a management plan drawn up by the Alaska Eskimo whaling commission according to the panels chairman. The United position was affirmed during a two Day closed door session of the commission. A we will All stand together and operate under our own Aew management plan a commission chairman Jacob Adams said after the meeting tuesday. He said he could not release details of the management plan until they have been made final and a timetable for their implementation has been established. Libertarian fails to get on ballot in Fairbanks by the associated press one More frustration can be added to a libertarian candidates catalogue of the obstacles to campaigns by third party politicians Anchorage Superior court judge . Ripley has refused to order a halt to the aug 26 primary election so that the name of John Wood can be added to the ballot. Wood wants to run for the seat occupied by state sen. W e a a brads Bradley a Republican who is unopposed in his plea for court intervention Wood said it is unconstitutional to allow Only candidates from recognized political parties on the ballot. Parties represented on the primary ballot must have gotten at least to percent of the total vote in the preceding general election. Wood said that has a barred All Independent and minority candidates since the alternative is to qualify by for the ballot by petitioning voters. Wood said he began in mid april asking election officials How to file As a libertarian but ran into repeated bureaucratic barriers. He said state officials could not Tell him where to file his school merger talk set. Continued from Page i notice of female amp minority business Enterprise program the department of transportation and Public facilities has instituted a female and minority business Enterprise program and established the following goals and expectations for utilization of female and minority firms in federally funded department of transportation and Public facilities construction projects and professional services contracts funding source fun a Fra Usta Faa female goal expectation minority goal expectation 1.9 -0 -0 5.0 -0 -0 12.6 2.5 -0 -0 -0 4.0 -0 2.0based on subcontracting data. Total amount hoped to attain including prime contractor activity. After this program has been in effect for 6 months and the department has had an Opportunity to ascertain the availability of pm be a who can qualify for certification under the restrictions of the regulations these goals will be examined and adjusted. Copies of the female and minority business Enterprise program containing an explanation of How the goals were selected will be available for inspection during Normal business hours at the department of transportation and Public facilities regional offices 4111 aviation ave., Pouch 6900, Anchorage a 99502 2301 Peger Road Fairbanks a 99701 . Box 3-1000, Juneau a 99802 Box 507, Valdez a 99686 and administrative support services Pouch a Juneau a 99811. The Federal department of transportation and Alaska department of transportation and Public facilities will accept comments for informational purposes on the goals for the next 45 Days. Comments can be mailed to Gilbert Gutierrez be officer administrative support services department of transportation and Public facilities Pouch 6900 Anchorage a 99502 Karen Spencer Leo officer Federal Highway administration . Box 1648 Juneau a 99802 published August 7 amp 13, 1980 new non service a Fisherman a liquors now has nyx a shopping service. Delivery to your Home for your safety and convenience Call us for details -747-3351. and signature required on All delivery orders. We Reserve the with convenient right to limit drive up window Fisherman a liquors Beer specials Miller i life Case of 24-12 of. Bottles req. $13.25 save 2.66 059 Only Case in save 2.25 each Rainier suitcase 24-12 of. Cans Only a 819 wine specials from Almaden California be Domine from Germany Black Tower m4� Only extra dry or Brut Champagne 750 my size $4979 Only a o $-1125 or 3 to 1335 750 my size or 3 for liquor specials save 2.76 each walkers Canadian Large 1.75 liter bottle $4�99 750 my size 9-999 Only a to Only ea7 save 1.11 each Corbel California Brandy or 3 for 3590 or 3 for 2385 said. A we initiated the request for discussion a he added. A qua is not trying to gobble us up. There a been a feeling of cooperative Ness on their a jct a message to a so far he says is a what can you do to merge Sec into the a system but still allow a degree of Independence to guarantee the integrity and uniqueness of this Campus and to safeguard the continuation of properties and their use that Are now held in Trust amp As examples of those Trust properties he mentioned gifts to the Sec museum and Library. However Holloway said the College has several ways out of its current problems. A and we have to look at All of them a he said. A we can to say we re bankrupt when Sec is Worth Between $15 and $75 million depending on who a doing the assessment and what Type of assessment it is he added. Solutions could include a fund raising drive and raising enough to Start an endowment program. A land development project involving some or All of a jct a 320 acres North of Sawmill Creek Road could bring Money to the school through lease or Sale of that land. The colleges main Campus lies on about 40 acres. These Are stil viable options Holloway said. Another that he has investigated so far has proved unlikely. In new York and Pennsylvania private institutions and Public institutions can cooperate financially in certain ways but alaskans Constitution wont allow use of those states plans for such cooperation. He said that with announcement of possible merger Between a and Sec Many people Are upset and want to raise Money for the Sec but any such attempt must be coordinated and approved by the Synod of the Northwest of the presbyterian Church. Representatives of such a fund raising group still forming Are currently approaching the Synod about this Holloway said. Sec has Many constituents to think about while deciding its future Holloway said. A we feel our first allegiance is to the he said the people of Alaska particularly the natives whom the school has had a history of serving and the residents of Sitka must be considered. Sheldon Jackson College has a significant Impact economically in Sitka Holloway pointed out. Of its $2.5 million budget about $1.5 million is payroll and much of the rest of the schools spending is funnelled through the Sitka business Community he said. Many of the schools students Are alaskan native. Sec makes a special Effort through dorm Counselor and a tutorial program to make up for past inequities and problems of acculturation Between education of natives and Whites in Alaska. A if this College were to close Alaska would lose one of the finest educational institutions its had a a Holloway said. That a Why consideration must be Given to All the colleges options he added. Of the merger possibility he said any proposals a jct a Board of trustees might consider about specifics of a merger would not be Public information in order to give the schools committee leeway in negotiating with a. He also said he had no idea yet what a might propose. Holloway assumed that if agreement about a merger did evolve Between the schools a would have to present a plan before the legislature started again next january in order to fund any such agreement. Papers saying they were a not too familiar with the process by nomination. In addition Wood said he was told by the elections office in Anchorage that it had run out of die forms he needed to collect signatures. In order to meet the filing deadline Wood said his friends and family went door to door with photocopied forms to collect the 200 signatures he needed. Wood said he mailed the petitions by certified mail in time to meet the filing deadline but the state attorney general a office said the filing was late and incomplete. Republican Frank Murkowski and Democrat Clark greening dismissed gravels accusation As a sign of desperation. Ambulance at 9 07 . Tuesday five patients were taken by ambulance from coast guard air station to Sitka Community h ital. At 6 30 a. M. 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