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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - April 4, 1990, Fairbanks, Alaska 2�?Fairbanks daily news Miner Fairbanks Alaska state the associated press Bill would end loan subsidy june aug the Senate approved legislation tuesday to phase out the state s popular Home loan subsidy program and to exempt two state owned corporations from Alaska purchasing rules. The legislation instead requires the Alaska housing finance corp. And the Alaska Railroad corp. To develop their own purchasing system that maintains the intent of the state procurement code said sen. Pat Rodey a Anchorage. Senate Bill 427 was passed 13-6. But was scheduled to come up for reconsideration wednesday. If approved again it will go to the House. Bill protects Hunters Juneau responding to the tactics of some animal rights groups the Senate passed legislation tuesday that would make it a crime to interfere intentionally with someone who is Hunting fishing or trapping. Some of the More aggressive animal rights groups have harassed Hunters in other states to prevent what members consider cruelty to animals. Sen. Steve Frank a Fairbanks and prime sponsor of the Bill. Said legislation is needed because state harassment Laws Are not specific enough to protect alaskans from that kind of activity. The tactics of animal rights groups have included following Hunters into the Woods and making noise to scare animals away. Plastering Hunting blinds with manure and placing animal repellent along trails. The Bill is aimed at thwarting such tactics Frank said. A its still not a prevalent problem in Alaska but its something we should have on the books before it becomes a big Frank said. Senate would snuff smoking Juneau it would be tougher to find a place to smoke in the Alaska Capitol and other Public buildings under legislation the Senate passed tuesday to expand the state s antismoking Law. Senate Bill 222 would ban smoking in Public and private schools preschools Day care facilities. Medical or dental labs and offices and in rooms where Public meetings Are being held. That would make the House and Senate Chambers and other rooms in the Capitol off limits to smoking during Public meetings. The legislature has always exempted itself from the smoking Law. The House last week passed a Resolution Banning smoking in its Chambers and committee rooms during Public meetings. If it also passes the Senate Bill and gov. Steve Cowper signs it the ban will become Law. The Senate passed the Bill 14-2, with Sens. Jack Coghill a Nenana. And Fred Zharoff a Kodiak opposed. Zharoff moved to have the Bill reconsidered wednesday but no major changes were expected. Balloonist eyes soviet trip Anchorage a an Oregon hot air balloonist is All pumped up about the idea of flying his a Symbol of Freedom and Friendship through the soviet Union. Bill Arras of Redmond. Ore., says he Hopes to convince soviet officials to allow him to be the first person to Fly a balloon in Siberia and the soviet far East. A this is an important time in history. The world is changing very fast and i want to do my part to help ensure that the changes Are Arras said. Last weekend he floated his balloon across an Ricefield linking Little Diomede and big Diomede islands in the Middle of the Bering Strait where a 60-mile stretch of water separates Alaska and the soviet Union. Little Diomede is on the . Side of the International Border and big Diomede is on the soviet Side the Border also is the International Date line. The Diomedes Are about 675 Miles Northwest of Anchorage. The islands Are about three Miles apart and have become a focal Point of Contact Between residents on both sides. Fairbanks forecast mostly Cloudy tonight with a few flurries West winds to to Mph. And the Low near 20 thursday mostly Cloudy w Ith the High near 40. Weather records tuesday s High was 45. And the overnight Low was 33. The record High for this Day is 56 set in 1940, and the record Low is 26 below set in 1927. The Normal High is 33. The Normal Low is to. And the average temperature is 22. Daylight Sunrise thursday will be at 6 54 . And Sunset will be at 8 56 ., for 14 hours and 2 minutes of Daylight a gain of 7 minutes Over today. Alaska weather a Low pressure area Over the state resulted in Cloudy skies for All but the North slope this morning but precipitation generally was limited to South of the Alaska Range. Strong Gusty winds and Snow was the Rule for the Pribilof and the Alaska Peninsula this morning. Winds were gusting around 30 Mph in those areas. Tuesday s weather conditions High and Low temperatures and precipitation. Hilo pre. Anchorage Cloudy. 39 34 o of Annette missing. 50 36 o of Barrow Cloudy. To 10 t Bethel Snow. 38 32 0.01 betties fair. 38 27 o of cold Bay it cloy. 37 27 0.05 Cordova rain. 38 33 1.97 Dillingham missing. 37 29 0 03 Fairbanks Cloudy. 45 37 o of Gulkana missing 40 36 o of Homer rain. 42 33 0.15 Juneau missing. 45 39 a Kenai Snow. 42 36 0.02 King Salmon Snow .42 31 0.01 Kodiak showers. 39 34 0.37 Kotzebue Windy. 32 28 t Mcgrath it Cloudy. 44 32 o of Nome Snow. 35 33 0.04 Northway Cloudy 38 29 o of Prudhoe Bay fair. 30 6 a St. Paul Snow. 31 23 0.06 Seward Snow. 40 33 0.25 Sitka a missing. 47 42 0.05 Talkeetna Cloudy. 42 34 o of afternoon temperature for thursday. A a a a a a a ? Rabat Row o show Erst a a a o m Snow h rain Clouds forecast for thursday a few showers will remain in the North. Rain or Snow will spread along the Southern coast. The West coast and Interior will be mostly Cloudy. Temperatures will Cool in the West but remain mild with highs around 30-40 in the Eastern Interior. The acc weather forecast for noon thursday april 5. Lines Snow nigh temperatures fronts cold warm stationary 80 �1990 acc weather inc Row warm _ a a s3 e3 b so amp High Ipp showers rain test orms flurries Snow ice sunny it Cloudy Cloudy a �0 j Aldham National temperatures tuesday s highs lows and precipitation and Outlook for today Hilo pre Tolk Anchorage. 39 34 cd Boston. 40 39 2.91 cd Chicago. 53 32 cd Denver. 72 40 in Detroit. 35 33 04 cd Duluth. 42 28 cd Fairbanks. 45 37 cd Honolulu. 84 66 Clr Houston. 76 52 cd Indianapolis. 48 29 cd Jackson miss 63 35 cd Jacksonville. 71 41 Clr Juneau. 44 in in Kansas City. 61 40 cd Las vegas. 79 56 cd Little Rock. 63 47 cd los Angeles. 81 65 cd Louisville. 45 36 cd Lubbock. 73 47 cd Memphis. 60 41 cd Miami Beach. 84 57 .49 Clr Midland Odessa 71 48 cd Milwaukee. 45 31 cd mils St Paul. 53 37 cd Nashville. 53 29 cd new Orleans ii 68 45 cd new York City. 46 42 1.00 cd Norfolk a. 58 40 .02 cd North Platte. 75 43 cd Oklahoma City. 70 50 cd Omaha. 65 40 cd Orlando. 79 51 Clr Philadelphia. 48 41 06 cd Phoenix. 86 64 cd Pittsburgh. 37 31 .17 cd Portland Maine 43 39 2.05 cd Portland Ore. 71 43 Clr Providence. 42 41 2.50 cd Raleigh. 58 36 Clr rapid City. 74 33 cd Reno. 76 43 cd Richmond. 58 39 cd Sacramento. 82 52 cd St Louis. 52 38 cd Salt Lake City. 71 47 Clr san Antonio. 74 54 cd san Diego. 82 59 .05 cd san Francisco. 76 50 cd san Juan or. 89 73 cd Santa be. 61 36 cd St Ste Marie. 38 19 in Seattle. 63 44 Clr Shreveport. 69 43 cd Sioux Falls. 72 34 cd Syracuse. 45 33. 58 cd Tampa St per Sig. 76 52 Clr Topeka. 63 37 in Tucson. 84 53 cd Tulsa. 69 47 cd . 56 37 cd Road conditions Road conditions reported this morning by the state department of transportation and Public facilities Alaska Highway Tok to Delta Good condition. Dalton Highway seven mile fair condition with Slick spots in the Hills Jim River. Fair condition. Coldfoot to Chandalar Good condition Sag River fair condition with rough areas dead horse. Good condition. Elliott Highway Livengood to Manley fair condition. Parks Highway Nenana to Healy Good condition Cantwell Good condition with Slick spots Palmer Good condition with wet areas and watch for Moose. Anchorage Good condition with Slick spots. Richardson Highway trims Good condition Nazalina. Good condition and watch for Moose Thompson pass. Poor condition. Travel not advised. Valdez fair condition with Slick spots. Steese Highway for current information Call 451-2205. Dot regularly updates Road condition reports in a recorded message at 456-Road or 456-7623. For Road conditions statewide Call 1-800-178-7675 animal report the Borough division of animal control impounded the following strays tuesday German Shepherd Black tan. Female adult. Roosevelt Street and 19th Avenue Labrador Black neutered male adult choke Chain Tattoo dk89. Alston and Holden roads. Dachshund red male adult Dewatha Lon and Western avenues husky mix Gray White female adult. Tan Nylon Collar East ramp at Fairbanks International Airport. Border Collie husky mix Black White ticking neutered male adult Lime Green Nylon Collar. 460 Block. Craig Street Labrador mix yellow male adult Black Nylon Collar. Alaska veterinary medical clinic rabies vaccination tag 056789 third Street and Steese Highway. Cat Short haired Black White male adult. So Ridge drive cat medium haired Calico female adult. 1500 Block. Farmers Loop. Dead on arrival. These animals will be held As strays for 72 hours 120 if they have identification after which they May be adopted or destroyed for More information Call the animal shelter at 456-6226 court judgments certain Misdemeanour offences primarily violations of City ordinances Are not carried in this weekly listing. Those judgments. As Well As those involving More serious offences Are a matter of Public record and Are available for inspection at the court clerks office. Superior col it judge Mary e. Greene March 27 William e. Crouse 27. Was convicted by a jury of scheming to defraud to years in jail with one year suspended must pay $811.70 restitution to of lumber co., Fairbanks police department. Russells Texaco. Frank Lang and Sean Carlisle on probation two years. March 28 Darren t. Harris. 20. Pleaded no contest to two counts of third degree assault imposition of sentence suspended 90 Days in jail must work toward obtaining ged undergo substance abuse screening and attend one alcoholics Anonymous meeting every two weeks for six months on probation three years James Jones 21, pleaded no contest to second degree robbery six years in jail with two years suspended not eligible for parole must submit to urinalysis at request of peace or probation officer May not consume any controlled substances must Complete substance abuse counselling pay $93 restitution to Charlotte Fitzhugh. On probation two years. Judge Jay Hodges March 28 Wade f Gurtler 25. Pleaded no contest to fourth degree misconduct involving a controlled substance imposition of sentence suspended perform 75 hours Community service on probation 18 months. Judge Richard Saveli March 28 William Metts. 34. Pleaded no contest to third degree assault imposition of sentence suspended must continue counselling on probation two years judge Niesje Steinkruger feb. 14 Carl a. Dennis. 25, pleaded no contest to first degree burglary two years in jail with one year suspended must continue alcohol treatment May not consume or possess any alcohol. Perform 50 hours Community service undergo vocational training. On probation three years. March 22 Derek Joiner 20, pleaded no contest to second degree sexual abuse of a minor three years in jail with All but four months suspended must undergo substance abuse evaluation and follow recommendations May not consume or possess illegal drugs must submit to urinalysis blood or breath test at request of the department of corrections. Must undergo mental health counselling for six months on probation four years District court judge . Crutchfield March 23 Melvin m Lawless. 38. Was acquitted of fourth degree assault. March 27 Patricia Adams. 42. Pleaded no contest to second degree misconduct involving weapons imposition of sentence sus Pended fined $100. On probation one year magistrate John c. Hessin March 14 Erie b Chandler. 21. Pleaded no contest to Domestic assault imposition of sentence suspended comply with recommendations made by women in crisis counselling and assistance on probation one year March 17 Thomas n Smith. 26. Pleaded guilty to fourth degree theft 15 Days in jail with la Days suspended on probation one year March 18 Dan j Figlenski. 22. Pleaded no contest to resisting arrest. 15 Days in jail with 12 Days suspended on probation one year Rickey Thomas. 30, pleaded guilty to fourth degree assault fined $150.15 Days in jail with 14 Days suspended pay restitution. On probation one year Lloyd Ordiway. 52, pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated fined $25025 Days in jail with All but 72 hours suspended undergo alcohol screening and counselling Driver s License revoked for 90 Days concurrent with administrative revocation on probation one year Luis Nava. 32. Pleaded no contest to driving while intoxicated fined $250, 25 Days in jail with All but 72 hours suspended undergo alcohol screening and counselling Driver s License revoked for 90 Days concurrent with administrative revocation with limited License issued for last 60 Days on probation one year March 19 Jaime l. Caskey. 18, pleaded no contest to minor consuming imposition of sentence suspended on probation six months. Jonathan t. Victorino 18, pleaded guilty to minor consuming and minor in Possession imposition of sentence suspended fined $100, on probation six months. 75 years ago april 4.1915�? the three act comedy a what happened to Jones a will be presented Friday. Fourteen people have been rehearsing for several weeks under the direction of mrs. J h. Caskey Gene Ruckens and Frank Hall. 50 y ears ago april 4, 1940�?John Havenstrite of three mines on Kayluh has returned to Anchorage with a Bride the former miss Eileen Yearick of los Angeles. 25 years ago april 4,1965�?you think you have problems the old rooster on Darrell Baird s farm out on Badger Road is surrounded by 1.200 laying hens and the bards have Fertile eggs for specific orders shipped in from the outside. The rooster is a pet of the Man who does the chores. To years ago april 4, 1980�? Hilda May Rose Lawson and Elenor Chinn Are taking writing classes under the auspices of Tanana Valley Community College by uhf assistant professor of English Norma Bowkett. All three students Are at least 60 years old. I in j f a App a a n a i Jean p. Burrows a memorial gathering for Jean Patricia Burrows will be held at the Home of her Stepson Bill 1325 Wake Forest Way in University West this sunday april 8, at 2 Jean died March 29 at Home Here in Fairbanks after a Long Battle with cancer. She was 62. Jean s family is very grateful for All the help they received in caring for Jean during her illness from friends and local resource agencies and most especially from jeans Roommate and close Friend Bessie Bergey whose Loving and selfless care made it possible for Jean to remain at Home to the very end. Both Bessie and Stepson Bob were with Jean when she died. Jean was born dec. 22, 1927, in Louisville by. She came to Alaska in 1963 with her husband John and Stepsons Bob and Bill. They lived in Anchorage for three years then moved to Fairbanks in 1966. Jean was a retired state employee having worked for the Alaska housing authority in Anchorage and for the division of aviation and the division of corrections in Fairbanks. Jean and John were members of the fraternal order of the Moose. Jean enjoyed camping and fishing with the family Bowling and playing cards with friends. Her husband died in 1982. Jean is survived by her Mother Rubye of Brien and Sisters Betty Walther and Dorothy Haacker of Chicago 111. Stepson and daughter in Law Robert and Deanna Burrows and their children Sean Brittany and Travis of Fairbanks Stepson and daughter in Law William and Susan Burrows and their children Kimberly Michelle and William or. Also of Fairbanks Stepson John Burrows of san Bernardino Calif and stepdaughter Joan Kent of Granville Ohio. The family suggests donations May be made to Home health care hospice of the Tanana Valley or american cancer society. Marguerite m. Jensen Marguerite m. Thompson Jensen 70, died March 31 at Fairbanks memorial Hospital of a heart attack. A memorial service is planned at 5 45 Thursday at the Ibex Hall Wendell and Hall streets. Light refreshments will follow. Born Jan. 31, 1920, in Faribault minn., to Howard and Pearl Ranstead. Mrs. Jensen lived in Fairbanks for the last 30 years. Most of her life was spent working As a Telephone operator first for Bell Telephone in Minnesota and later for Alaska communication systems and Ala com in Fairbanks. She retired from Fairbanks municipal utilities system five years ago. Mrs. Jensen greatly enjoyed Flowers playing cards and cribbage painting the Organ chocolate and her motor Home. She is survived by her husband of eight years. Dorse Jensen son Richard w. Thompson brother Dale Ranstead sister in Law Arlene Ranstead Niece Audrey Ranstead Nephew Dean Ranstead All of Fairbanks uncles Jud and Wilbur Siercks of North Dakota aunt Marion Maas of Minnesota nieces Dawn Clodfelter and Heather James of Anchorage Nephew Mark Ranstead of Pennsylvania and a Host of friends. Festival �?T90 passes goal festival 90, Kuack a annual fund drive for Public broadcasting reached $277,822 Friday making it the most successful fund drive Ever held. The goal had been $275,000. Irs. So simple. So timely. So important. Irs classified. 452-5152 v f a it s / daily news Miner classified to done to worry. Be Happy Call the better business Bureau for a repurchase business report before you buy consumer hotline 456-5900 to . To noon and 1-5 Of courthouse Square suite 4f business owners a is your company listed if not Call to find out How it can be. Can you afford 25 a week if you can a that Sall it takes to build financial Security let our Community schools program show you How successful mosey management youll learn How to a set financial objectives a understand stocks Bonds Mutual funds and other investments and learn when Thev Are appropriate for you. A reduce risk with life insurance pensions and retirement plans Community schools is sponsoring a three part seminar called successful Moxey management. April 5, to amp 12 thurs., tues. Amp thurs 6 30-10 00 Location Ryan Middle school fee boo for singles 890 for couples make your Money work for you Register Early. Seating is limited a Call 479-2624 a act now. Instructor Ron Lauenstein Clu Choc for reservations Call Pacific financial services 479-2624

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