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Sitka Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 14, 1990, Sitka, Alaska Daily Sitka Sentinel Sitka Alaska monday May 14,1990, Page 5 police blotter animals ready for adoption the following animals Are available for adoption through the Sitka animal shelter. For further information Contact the Sitka police at 747 3245. Young adult male Black Brown and White Tiger medium haired cat. Very playful. Male seven week old Black and White Short haired cat. Short haired Tor Tishell one year old cat. Female spayed blonde terrier mix. Good with children very Sweet two years old. Female Black and Tan Spaniel mix to years old. The animal shelter is in search of the owners of the following pets male six to seven month old yellow lab from Blatchley Middle school area. Young adult male australian Shepherd mix from Starr Gavin Campground. Adult male Black lab from Degroff Street. Emergency Calls at 1 44 . Friday an ambulance was dispatched to 700 Katlian and a person was transported to my Edgecumbe Hospital. At 8 20 . Saturday a person was transported from it. Edgecumbe to Bellair. At 6 38 . Saturday a fire truck and an ambulance were sent to the scene of a motorcycle Accident in the 1500 Block of Sawmill Creek Road and an ambulance transported a Man to Sitka Community Hospital. At 7 32 . Saturday an ambulance took a person from 310 Katlian Street to my Edgecumbe Hospital. At 2 04 . Sunday a fire truck was sent to the super 8 Motel after an unwanted guest pulled a fire alarm in the lobby thinking it would summon the manager. At 8 50 . Sunday an ambulance was sent to the coast guard air station and a person Midi packed to Sitka was transported to it. Edgecumbe Hospital. Coast guard the coast guard received a Call about 7 . Sunday from Pelican regarding a woman who had fallen and suffered a possible neck injury. A helicopter was dispatched 30 minutes later to pick up the victim. She was brought to Sitka and transported via ambulance to a Hospital. The following Calls were received by Sitka police by 8 . Today May to at 4 50 . A Lake Street resident borrowed a cat trap. At 9 03 . A resident reported kids drinking at the Blockhouse. Police said they found More than 45 empty Beer cans nearby but the kids were gone. May la at 8 30 . A resident reported that her 11-year-old child was injured when she fell off a garbage Container on Andrews Street. Police said the child was taken to it. Edgecumbe Hospital. A resident reported that her Wallet was stolen out of her car while she was parked on Lance drive unloading groceries. At 10 34 . A resident reported that someone broke a window in the mormon Church near Shotgun Alley. At 11 14 . A resident reported that cassette tapes were stolen fron her car. At noon police impounded a Beagle surrendered by a resident at 12 03 . A resident signed a citation to be Given to the halibut Point Road owner of a dog reported running at Large on Sunset drive. A resident reported a stereo equalizer stolen from a car parked near Burkhart Streel at 12 30 . A resident reported someone kicked the fender of a pickup and dented it causing $300 damage to a beige 1984 Nissan. At 3 45 . A Mother reported that a Young Man had assaulted her son. Police found the two teen agers had been fighting Over a girl and the boys promised to Stop the violence. At 8 53 . A Mother said her eight year old son was approached by older children with drugs. Police said they found the older children had offered cigarettes and told those involved it was illegal to offer cigarettes. May 12 at 12 14 . A resident reported a fight had occurred on Lance drive but the combatants were gone when officers went to Check. At 12 15 . Juveniles were reported to be drinking near Castle Hill but police were unable to find anyone in the area. At 6 21 . A resident said he had found a woman a Blue Bike near Sawmill Creek Road. The Bike was impounded. A resident said her car was scratched while parked near the Seward Street mall. A resident relayed some information to police regarding an alleged drug Sale. Police said they Are investigating. At 9 . A resident asked for help removing a woman from his House. Police found that the woman was a member of the family and had been fighting with other family members. Officers convinced her to quiet Down and go to sleep. At 9 43 . A Shotgun Alley resident reported hearing shots in the area but police were unable to find the source. At 5 06 . A Ketchikan resident said she had left a Backpack at Stratton Library and asked police to take it to the ferry terminal. The Library was closed when officers went to retrieve the pack but they found it had already been taken to the woman. Are winners Whites pharmacy congratulates the following winners of the mothers Day contest. Age group 3-4 1st Lauren wild a 2nd Kelsey Jacobsen honorable mentions Drew Mochak by Jennifer harmed age group 5-6 1st Rebecca Wahlman a 2nd Matt Morelli honorable mentions Jason Skannes by Tiaria Prefontaine age group 7-8 1st Charles Emanoff a 2nd Dylan Bia Hoskey honorable mention Kathleen Moore All entrants will receive a California Raisin figure. Thank you to All who entered amp we look Forward to next year Whites pharmacy monday Friday 9 . -9 . Saturday 10 . 7 . Sunday noon 3 . In the Lakeside Plaza police were unable to locate a White poodle reported running at Large on Dearmond Street at 6 49 . At 7 47 . Two men were reported to be drinking in a car parked at die Centennial building lot. Police checked and found the two men were from Wyoming. They advised them of alaskans Laws regarding drinking and driving and the men agreed to walk Home. At 7 53 . Two men were reported to be drinking and fighting in a Power Skiff near Sandy Beach. They were gone from the Beach when officers arrived and police were also unable to find the men at any of the harbours. At 8 15 . An intoxicated Man from Washington reported to have fallen Down on the Street was transported Back to his hotel. A resident reported that his Bike had been stolen from Metlakatla Streel a Man found lying under a car on Lincoln Street at 9 58 . Was Given a ride to his hotel. At 10 25 . Two dark Blue bags were found at the Sitka ferry terminal. Police reached a relative of the owner in Hoonah who said he would be in Sitka soon and would retrieve the bags. At 11 12 . Police were dispatched to the scene of a Domestic dispute. Officers arrived and talked with a Man and a woman who had been drinking. The woman left the House with her children. Both the Man and woman were Given cards describing the services offered by Safe. At 11 17 . A resident said someone had come aboard his boat in Thomsen Harbor without permission. Police talked to the alleged intruder and told him to stay away. At 11 45 . A resident said her Boyfriend was bothering her and asked officers to help get rid of him but the Man was gone before police arrived. May 13 at 12 27 . A resident reported that three men had scratched her vehicle but it turned out Only to have been scuffed. At 3 03 . A resident of coleus trailer court reported someone looking in the window of her Home but police could find no one in the area. Residents reported to be playing loud music at Shaffer a trailer court at 3 07 . Agreed to quiet Down. At 5 37 . A resident reported that she needed a Man removed from her Home. Police found that some violence had occurred but that it had not been serious. The two people agreed to work out their problems Between themselves and police left. At 10 26 . A resident reported a dog running at Large on Dearmond Streel police cited die owner. At 3 25 . A resident reported that tapes had been stolen from her car. At 5 . A resident complained that a truck parked on Lake Street was partly in the Roadway. The owner told police the trucks transmission had been damaged and he promised to move the vehicle by today. At 6 02 . Two people reported to be having a loud Domestic argument were warned to be quieter. At 9 52 . A neighbor reported they were arguing and police round no violence had occurred. After neighbors complained a third time at 12 33 ., the Man agreed to leave for the rest of the night a girl reported to be awol from a Sitka youth Home at 6 38 . Returned to the Home a Short time later officers said. At 9 05 . A dog reported to be chasing a cat was hit by a car near Ken Brown apartments and was taken to the veterinarian where it died. Open House at pioneers Home in Honor of National nursing Home week May 13-19, the Sitka pioneers Home will Host an open House 3-4 30 . Sunday. The Public is invited to tour the pioneers Home and meet its residents. Refreshments will be available. Workshop on for fishermen a free workshop on the capital construction fund and retirement plans for commercial fishermen will be held 7-9 . Friday in the Centennial building Rousseau room. Those needing further information should Call the Marine advisory program office at 747-3988. Sitka Harp to meet thursday members of Sitka chapter Harp #4386 will meet 2 . Thursday at the Swan Lake senior Center. All members and interested persons Are invited to attend. Following a program plans for social events and future projects will be discussed. Card of thanks or. And mrs. Craig Boyle would like to thank the staff at Sitka Community Hospital for their care and support during Nathan a visit. Shellfish pot regulations told fishermen taking shellfish under personal use or sport regulations Are reminded that the Board of fisheries recently adopted a regulation concerning escape mechanisms that must be used in shellfish pots. The new regulation Calls for a too percent Cotton twine no larger than size 30 to be used in the escape mechanism required for shellfish pots. A Side Wall which May include the Tunnel of All crab pots must contain an opening at least 18 inches in length. Also the opening in shrimp pots must be at least six inches in length. The opening must be within six inches of the Bottom of the pot and parallel to in the biodegradable twine cannot be tied Between the web meshes and May Only be knotted at the ends of the seam. Dungeness crab pots May have the pot lid tied Down straps secured to the pot with no larger than size 30, too percent Cotton twine such that the lid will not be securely closed when the twine degrades. A sport fishing License is required however regulations Are different for residents and non residents. Shellfish regulations for residents Are found on Page 56 of the 1990 sport fish regulations and non resident regulations May be found on Page to. For further information anglers should Contact the division of sport fish office at 747-5355. Sitka physician completes course or. Rodney k. Vaught Sitka physician recently completed continuing medical education requirements to retain Active membership in the american Academy of family physicians Japthe National association of family doctors. The requirements Call for members to Complete a minimum of 150 hours of accredited continuing medical study every three years. Vaught is qualified to work in All major medical areas and trained to treat up to 90 percent of All patients. The Academy headquartered in Kansas City mo., was instrumental in establishing the medical specially of family practice in 1960. Singing ensemble seeks Soprano a local women a singing group the revised edition is seeking an additional Soprano Singer. The group performs professionally in Sitka singing a wide Range of types of music. Applicants Are reminded that the group rehearses weekly often preparing programs tailored for specific audiences. Those needing further information should Call 747-3692. In court Terrence d. Moses 29, was sentenced to 60 Days in jail with 30 suspended and fined $300 for unsafe backing for negligent driving and for misconduct involving a controlled substance in the sixth degree. He pleaded no contest to the charge and was found guilty by the court. He is to be on probation for one year and pay $350 restitution. A charge of refusing to take a chemical test was dismissed. Corazon Hernandez 21, was sentenced to three Days in jail and a $250 Fine suspended for disorderly conduct. Hernandez pleaded no contest to the charge and was found guilty by the court. She is to be on probation for one year. Michael Reynolds 45, was granted a suspended imposition of sentence for not entering transactions in a Book at his place of business mikes coins. He pleaded no contest to the charge and was found guilty by the court. Reynolds is accused of not writing Down purchases of second hand items at the store. He was fined $100 and is to be on probation for six months. It. Gov. Hopeful lists positions on big issues Sitka police William Leonard Wood 19, was charged with assault in the fourth degree. Police said another Man accused Wood of assaulting him earlier this month in downtown Sitka. Delaney y. Schmitz 26, was cited for failing to yield after stopping at a Stop sign in connection with a traffic Accident at Lake Street and Peterson Street. Police said Schmitz was leaving the High school when he drove his 1974 Dodge pickup into a 1966 Chevrolet pickup driving to the High school. Damage to the Chevrolet was listed at $1,500, and to Schmitzz a Dodge at $50. No injuries were reported. Susan Demunck was cited for failing to Stop at a Stop sign May 7, on the testimony of a resident. Congratulations congratulations Are extended to the following persons listed on the Sitka High school dance Drill team Calendar. Ron Motey Ken Stidham Melissa Abbott Christen Oen Pamela Stein Brian Schmidt Zach Kinville and Stella Honaman arc listed with birthdays for today. By Allen Sykora Sentinel staff writer Kevin a a path Parnell says he would turn to state employees for help in cutting the budget and also favors opening of the Arctic National wildlife Refuge to Gas and Oil exploration. He said one of the critical issues is a a what a becoming of our Young Parnell a Democrat candidate for lieutenant governor made his comments on a recent Campaign trip through Sitka. The candidate has been a member of the Anchorage municipal Assembly for five years which he said is a a full time jobs taking about 35 to 40 hours a week. The Assembly meets every tuesday and also has subcommittees. Parnell was executive director of anchorages charter commission and is owner of an office Supply business and his wife is a teacher. When asked his views on what the states fiscal policy should be when Oil revenues begin to decline in the next couple years As expected Parnell said the state should seek input from its own employees because a state employees Are the first to understand where we Are wasting Money if we Are wasting he also called for a sensitive development of Anwer due to its economic Benefit to the state. If the governor so desires said Parnell a i could be helpful and carry that message Back East a where Congress is deciding the Issue. When asked Why he is seeking the office of lieutenant governor he answered a first of All on a statewide basis i feel i can be very helpful. A the lieutenant governor is a Pivotal seat in government. What i mean by that is you have the direction straight to the legislature on behalf of the people and straight to the governors ear. You re the Only person that the governor will have with him or her for four years. A you have from the people to the legislature to the governor to the bureaucracy. You have Access to All three on behalf of the he put an emphasis on assisting Young people. A the big critical Issue is what a becoming of our Young people our kids and How Are we going to reach them for All time for them to a i say to fit into society As much As for them to become our society in the future. A to me their welfare is imperative if we re going to survive As a state and As a when asked How youth can be helped he spoke of trying to a improve Peoples feeling of Worth about Parnell said he sat through a recent Alaska federation of natives hearing on the Issue of subsistence. A a it a very important to me that As a culture the original culture that was Here and is Here is still the matter has come to a head in Alaska because the Federal government says Rural alaskans should get subsistence preference to fish and game but the state supreme court has ruled the state cannot pass a Law giving Rural alaskans rights that Urban alaskans do not have. Parnell conceded that he is unsure of How the state can resolve the conflict. He wondered whether there Are actually that Many areas where Rural and Urban residents would be in conflict. A i wonder whether we re looking at three 30, 300, or 3,000 patches of mileage or patches of acres a he said. A How Many actual locations Are we talking about where this Cross conflict takes place a pained said he does not support government Money being used for abortions. Referring to the abortion Issue in general he said a i have basically said that i will address that question after june i in the same context and setting and at the same time and in Kevin a a path Parnell Der the same circumstances As All the other candidates. I have Given you sort of a sneak preview of what a to he did add a a in a not interested in abortion for birth control or for gender really a repugnant topic to me. It goes to the very Core of what god has on another subject he called the state ferry system a a inadequate and called for More ferry funding. He also urged the state As it tries to bring in tourists aboard the ferries not to Overlook local alaskans needs. A there needs to be a Way to accommodate local people because in my opinion its a local video contest under Way Sitka a video filmmakers should make plans to enter a a Sitka a finest video Tony Buba an award winning filmmaker will be guest of Honor at a reception to kick off the event 7 30 . May 25 at the Centennial building. His film a lightning Over will be shown at 8 . Buba will present a workshop titled a from fundamentals to funding documenting your family Community business and culture on May 26. To Register Contact the University of Alaska Southeast Sitka Campus at 747-6653. Contest entry forms arc currently available at re photo the Rock rack and Harry race photo. Entrants Are reminded that vhf format tapes consisting of five minutes or less May be entered in one of three categories humor documentary or drama. Deadline for contest entry is june 30. Cub scouts meet monday All leaders parents and committee members of cub scout pack #3026 Are invited to attend the last meeting of the school year 7 . Monday at the Church of the Nazarene 305 Lake Street. Discussion of the summer program the new school year and a Calendar for 1990-91 will be the focus of the meeting. All Den leaders Are reminded to Lake their books of records to the meeting or return them to Sally Dehnke. Party planned for Ruth Roth a retirement Tea will be held 1 30 . Tuesday at the Sitka pioneers Home in Honor of Ruth Roth . Roth is retiring As supervising nurse after 16 years of service. Friends Are invited to attend the Lea scheduled in the first floor main lounge. Announcing new hours open 4 . 2 . Tuesday sunday come enjoy our famous breasted Chicken and Tojos plus shrimp amp Fries / i adding to our menu the Kilburger amp cajun Fries what a treat plus ice cold Rainier amp Heineken on tap. Ii for orders to go Call 747-3285

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