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Eureka Times Standard (Newspaper) - May 6, 1990, Eureka, California Casting a new Light in Silkscreen Page 6 Hsu students air complaints Page 5 Bindel sets Mark at county track meet a. Store encourages Woodwork Art Page 28 partly Cloudy cooler details on Page 22 vol. Xxxvii a no. 124 since 1854 sunday May 6, 1990 Eureka California sunday briefing they re not used to they ask. Wheres your old Brand what Iva peeled to that Ivy said a i know you can taste the ult Fereuc Quinn added noting that All cucumbers Are not created equal Quot if anybody a Pickle eater they can Tell Ivy began flipping her own burgers in june 1966 after having spent a number of year working in other local family style restaurants Quot i probably knew that business letter than anything else she said a that is about the Only thing i d Ever done starting out in a trailer she moved into the existing building not quite two Sears later and in the absence of any serious Competition Ivy gradually carved a Niche for herself in the Market even Atter More than two decades it is still my a very big Niche however about a Down customers would fill the store to capacity. Ivy estimates and she says she simply has nowhere to put a salad bar with such lilliputian Dimen sums it might be a stroke of Luck see Al Koers. Page 22 Fortuna May halt new apartments City Council to consider a look of City by Charles w in Kier Lime my Iamurri writer Fortuna Fortuna May Call a temporary halt to All apartment construction the Fortuna City Council will con Sider a recommendation monday calling Tor a 45-Day moratorium on Multi unit housing construction. City manager Bob Brown said Friday the halt would give City officials time to answer concerns that the More than you apartments in the City Are hurting the look of the City Quot we have the highest number in the county it per capita a Brown said of Fortuna s apartments the ordinance drawn up at tin request of the City Council would temporarily Stop construction on apartments duplexes Ami other multifamily housing through a of extensions the moratorium could be continued for up to two years if the ban is enacted. Brown said. The City staff will study the following questions a should Fortuna change the allowed locations of Multi Famiie housing now scattered throughout the city9 a should the current Multi family density of one unit per 2.000 Square feet be reduced a should the City adopt a design review process to minimize the visual impacts of apartments and similar housing within the City Quot i think there Are concerns about the impacts on traffic and the impacts on social services Quot Brown said Fortuna now has 932 apartments. With More proposed and nearly 3.000 single family residences some residents apparently Are concerned that the recent Large in flux of apartments could change Fortuna from a Small town bastion of homeowners to a Community of transients Jackie Wood of Ming tree realty in Fortuna said there s a growing feeling that the City has reached its capacity for Multi family dwellings Quot i would suspect that there Are a lot of people woo live Here that Are concerned with the changing nature of the said to if who added that he d just heard of the possible moratorium she said the Short term effects of it Uch an action would be negligible because most of the apartments recently proposed Are already built Quot not Only Are they already com see Fortuna. Page Quot air Quality District airs fee hike plan by mat of for Kier tar. M�a4ar4 it Ufa re a Eureka a a plan to boost the costs of both polluting and fighting pollution in North coast skies was a is ameed Friday the new costs Stem from proposed increases in the fees the North i Oast unified air Quality management District charges for its serv ices Wayne Morgan the District s chief pollution control officer outlined the new fee schedule at a meeting of the District s three member air Board after taking testimony on the pro pos Ais from a few people in the a thence the Board decided to postpone taking any action until it could get More input from the Public a meeting was scheduled for june 28 at in a in at Humboldt county s agricultural building. 5630 8 Broadway in Eureka for More Public testimony on the proposals one proposal that Drew Sharp criticism from several speakers Friday Call for doubling the fee now Tiai for swinging a petition be hire the District s five member hear my Board this would apply High to industries seeking an exemption from pollution limit and to anyone appealing such an exemption Andy Araneo. Director of the clean air network said the fee increase would put the appeals process beyond the reach of Many Lay Pei it pie others in the audience echoed his complaint Ranee said he checked with it eve Erat other air Quality districts throughout the state arid the most any of them charge for an Appeal is Ukiu he asked Why the local list Riel was proposing so much More Morgan said the higher tis is needed to offset the rising costs of processing the requests of local polluters and pollution fighters for example he said. It Cost the District More than $1,300 to hear a petition in i Ieese in Ber by lawns Tan Pacific corp for an exemption to pollution limits on its rata Par a Leboard Plant in february a similar petition by Simpson paper co coat More thai $1,900 although much of the Cost of these hearings if covered with state funds Morgan said the state does t want to continue doling out Money if districts Arr not willing to recover a substantial portion of the Coats other proposed fee increases in culled a per ton charge on emissions in excess of the Legal pollution limit even if the polluter is operating under a temporary exemption Morgan said the purpose of this fee was to discourage industries from treating exemptions As a free pass to pollute Adorni Job advances Eureka the Adorni project waterfront site has turned into a Block Long Gash in the Earth flanked by More than 40 massive piles of dirt the dirt. Stacked into piles cd i cubic Yards each is being scooped from the ground Between k and l streets and systematical tested for fuel contamination said City assistant civil Engineer Gar Houghton the proposed $3 3 million Adorni recreational Center to feature a gymnasium meeting rooms and Kitchen will be built with a tie quest from the late Harry j ador in after soil contamination was found on the site. City officials Seaside up to $550,000 of City morn to clean the dirt Houghton said the testing which to Gan this week Mav be com pitted but May 18 the City will then know How much dirt must be removed and taken to landfills or toxic materials dumps 1 we Haven t gig a great Deal More information yet we be Only just started testing Houghton it Aid however he added there have been no big surprises protect which completed by in tuber 1991 for the City to receive the bequest is still meeting its tight schedule he said bidding for the project is already under Way and construction is expected to begin in Early july this week the City Council approved up to $0.2u for waiter h Sweet of Arcata to test building materials twice construction is under Way ,.at _ keeping customers satisfied dc-6 crashes in Guatemala i at least 14 die Guatemala City up a dc-6 cargo air plane crashed in a heavily populated area of Guatemala City saturday killing 14 people including the planets three american crewmen. I authorities said. The four engine propeller driven dc-6, apparently is owned by the Miami based a i transport services. Inc and leased to a Central american air transport company the Impact destroyed two houses and sent a mushroom shaped Cloud of smoke into the sky. The cause of the crash was not immediately known fire department officials at the scene of the crash said 14 people died and at least 20 were injured a 6-year-old boy was among the victims. Many of whom were in their Homes at the time of the crash attorney general debates set 501 marijuana plants seized Eureka a sheriffs deputies and Bureau of Indian affairs of Fleer served search warrants at two Humboldt county residences Friday and seized More than Soo marijuana plants Roger a Howard. 39, was arrested in a raid at a Home in by Iceland he was t looked into the Humboldt county jail on charges of marijuana cultivation and Possession of Man Luana for Sale officers allegedly found 4h9 marijuana plants at the Briceland House report said the second raid was at a House on Union Street in Arcata officers allegedly found 12 Man Juans plants in the House reports said no arrests were made. Although a w arrant is being sought for a suspect California lottery lottos/1 numbers draw 32, 49. 18, 9,16 and 41, Bonus number 35 Jackpot $27 i million i Dei co arg draw a Aee of hearts. 2 of clubs 7 4 diamonds and 8 of Spades scratch Krs big spilt Nav Hobt. 62. A Luco cattle rancher won $1 million two $50,000 winners two $40,000 w Inners two $20,000 win ners one$10.000winner Frank Carpenter above and Maggie Ivy restaurateurs in Eureka and Mckinleyville add personal touches family recipes to please their customers to Humble hamburger House keeps Mem coming Back by Rowena Letsee tim a Raff or str Mckinleyville Maggie Ivy looks a Little mystified when asked to gauge her popularity among hamburger Lov ers Quot i have no idea How it is Quot she says and one almost believes her the proprietor of Maggie s hamburgers has become an institution among fast food restau rants having served up cheeseburgers and milkshakes to some of the same customers for the last 23 years the tiny business at Hom Central ave in Mckinleyville has survived despite the inroads that multimillion Dollar fast food chains have made into the local Market but if pressed to reveal the secret of her Success Ivy hesitates perhaps it is the rapport that she and her five employees have developed with their customers who return the pleasantries by coming Back with their children and their grandchildren to place orders for Ivy deep Fried onion rings and Chili dogs maybe it is her practice of tailor my orders to individual tikes and dislikes a practice her monolithic competitors would be hard pressed to duplicate whether they prefer to bite into burgers that Are still raw inside or charred beyond recognition whether the want the works or would rather puss on the Condi ments customers have their Choice at Maggie s some just have meat and bread some just have pickles. Said Ivy a daughter Cecile Quinn. Her Mother s longest term employee Quot whatever they want they a re made to order a a possibly it is the unpretentious fare itself or the Quality of the ingredients Quot it a a Good Grade of meat it s All beef a there s no filler Quot said Ivy of her hamburgers which bypass the Freezer on their Way to the Grill and unlike most Quarter Pounders do not come in pre measured patties sometimes they re a Little big Ger it depends who a making them Quinn laughed sticking with the Salley a pickles and the Best foods Mayonnaise even although the Are not the least expensive Ingre client also May be a Factor in Maggie s longevity to you get a different Brand vim Lander. 2 i tro Tiranti .77 i i iss Ines a. 33 a i lament.27 Money mailers.2� North roast airwaves.27 i North t Oast today.i-21 obituaries.8.22 i pinions.4 on the Ket i one doctor s police. Fire calls.22 Public notices. 2 smart Money.29 i sports.23-26 television Loa to times ten percent club.29 Feinstein leads Van de ramp los Angeles times poll says weather. Angeles up a former san Francisco mayor Dianne Feinstein Lead John Van de ramp by 13 Points one month before the june primary in California s gubernatorial race a to Angeles times poll released sunday showed the poll found Feinstein to be leading attorney general Van de ramp by 37 percent to 24 percent among registered democrats with 39 percent still undecided this represent Little change from a times Survey in late March when Feinstein held a la Point Lead. But the contest appears to be changing dramatically As the june 5 election nears the so called Quot gender Gap a has become less of a Factor than it was a few weeks ago interviews showed women still support Feinstein strongly but More men also Are moving into her Camp the poll also found that ferns terns Lead increases among those voters considered the most Likely to cast ballots the times poll officials interviewed 1,732 registered voters by Tele phone for six Days ending thursday night the margin of error is three percentage Points in either direction Feinstein. 56, has benefited polite tally from her hard line position on both the death penalty and abortion rights she strongly advocates each. Which has placed her in the mainstream of democratic voters the Survey found Van de ramp 54, personally opposes the death penalty and Abor lion. But has vowed to carry out taws allowing each last week. Van de ramp barely peeked out the official endorsement of the democratic far to after a recount of voting results of delegates attending the most recent party convention san Francisco up a a series of freewheeling debates rerun esdent of the famed Quot Lin Coln Douglas clashes in the mid i my were announced sat unto y by two major opponents in the race for state attorney general. The first debate will take place May 14 in Sacramento Between democratic candidate Arlo Smith and his opponent. Republican Dan Lungren it will be followed by four other encounters May 18 in Fresno. May 24 in san Diego May a in to Angeles and june 4 in san Francisco tim St and St a p�0 by

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