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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Fairbanks, Alaska 2�?Fairbanks daily news Miner Fairbanks Alaska tuesday april to 1990 Ketchikan votes on sub site Ketchikan voters went to the polls today to advise the Ketchikan Gateway Borough Assembly whether they think the Borough land use plan should allow the Navy to run a submarine sound testing operation in Behm canal. The advisory vote was not expected to affect the Navy s plans. Buildings for the operation Are under construction on Back Island about 25 Miles North of Ketchikan with completed scheduled for fall the vote. However was seen As the first major gauge of Public support for the $12.7 million project which will be built in one of Alaska s prize fishing grounds. Carrs to build in Kenai Kenai Carrs Gottstein properties has gotten a go ahead to build a new 60.000 Square foot Carrs Quality Center Here. City manager Bill Brighton gave the City Council a letter Friday from Oregon based Fred Meyer inc. Asking the City to cancel its lease on the property where the Carrs store will be located. A the property is available to the Brighton said a this makes it much Robert Gottstein of Carrs Gottstein properties applied for a new lease and paid Ernest Money totalling about $2,000, officials said. Bill would ban fish farming Juneau legislation that would permanently ban Salmon farming in Alaska cleared the House monday but the Bill s supporters Are not off the Hook yet. The measure must pass through the Senate resources committee where the chairwoman is waiting with a Compromise proposal. Opponents of Salmon farming have Strong support in the legislature. The ban passed the House 30-5, and a similar measure is cosponsored by three quarters of the Senate. But supporters of fish farms have on their Side sen. Bettye Fahrenkamp a Fairbanks. As chairwoman of the Senate resources committee Fahrenkamp will have a lot to say on the Issue. The Senate a proposed ban on fish farms has been stuck in Fahrenkampf a committee for three months and the House Bill is expected to land there too a two year ban on fish farming in Alaska will expire july i unless lawmakers do something to extend it. Fahrenkamp has said it would be a asinine to impose a permanent ban on fish farming. Demmert named to panel anchorages Alaska education commissioner William Demmert will serve As co chairman of a National Indian nations at risk task Force. . Secretary of education Lauro Cavazos made the announcement thursday. The task Force will investigate Indian education in the . And a final report is due out in about a year. Man Dies in car crash Copper Center Alaska state troop ers said Denise a. Cummins 26, of Copper Center died saturday at the scene of a traffic Accident at mile 6 of Edgerton Highway. Troopers said Cummins had been walking along the Roadway. Shortly after the Accident troopers arrested William r. Linnell jr., 23, also of Copper Center and charged him with driving while intoxicated troopers were continuing the investigation. Anchorage crime on the Rise anchorages rapes assaults and Auto thefts All increased Here in 1988, the latest year for which data is available police reports say. Violent assaults jumped 16 percent while homicide statistics remained about the same Between from 1987 to 1988 Fairbanks forecast Clear tonight with North winds to to Mph and the Low in the upper teens. Wednesday sunny with Northeast winds to to Mph and the High near 40. Weather records mondays High was 49. And the overnight Low was 24 the record High for this Day is 59. Set in 1921. And the record Low is 15 below set in 1955 the Normal High is 37, the Normal Low is 16. And the average temperature is 26. Daylight Sunrise wednesday will be at 6 32 a m. And Sunset will be at 9 15 ., for 14 hours and 43 minutes of Daylight a gain of 7 minutes Over today. Barrow Prudhoe Bay a Snow �3 rain Clouds \ 56,� \ sketch Ika it n n x n x v state temperatures monday s highs lows and precipitation and Outlook for today High Low pre Anchorage Clear. 50 26 o of Annette Cloudy. 51 46 0 of Barrow Windy. 33 12 t Bethel Cloudy. 39 32 o of betties fair. 45 30 o of cold Bay fair. 49 30 0 of Cordova Clear 52 25 0 of Dillingham missing 43 27 o of Fairbanks fair. 49 26 0 of Gulkana missing. 47 17 a Homer Clear. 51 28 o of Juneau Clear. 51 34 0.00 Kenai Clear. 43 25 o of King Salmon fair. 51 26 o of Kodiak Clear. 51 29 0 of Kotzebue fair. 33 19 0.18 Mcgrath it Cloudy. 55 28 0 of Nome. Fair. 36 22 0 22 Northway Clear. 49 13 o of Prudhoe Bay pm cd. 35 25 a St. Paul Cloudy. 37 32 t Seward Clear. 50 31 a Sitka Cloudy. 55 335 o of Talkeetna Clear. 52 23 o of Valdez Clear. 50 30 o of Yakutat Clear. 59 26 o of forecast for wednesday fair skies will continue Over most of the state under a dry Northwest flow aloft. High pressure will persist Over the Western Bering sea with a Ridge extending eastward across Northern Alaska. The acc weather forecast for noon wednesday april 11. Lines Snow High temperatures. 01990 Vocu we Atn a inc a yes �2 Elel is o Ltd a a High Low shoes rain to torus flurries Snow be sunny it Cloudy Cloudy i a toe it Mcain National temperatures mondays highs lows and precipitation and Outlook for today Hilo pre Tolk Albany by. 62 49 in Albuquerque. 66 43 Clr Anchorage. 50 26 Clr Atlanta. 72 58 cd Atlantic City. 62 46 in Baltimore. 64 47 in Billings. 43 19 .31 cd Boise. 63 38 Clr Boston. 60 46 m Buffalo. 61 43. 20 in Cheyenne. 41 26 .01 cd Chicago. 56 39 .37 cd Cincinnati. 68 53 .18 in Cleveland. 65 47 29 in Dallas it Worth. 72 58 48 cd Dayton. 65 52 .03 in Denver. 50 30 .03 cd Des Moines. 56 37 .15 cd Detroit. 63 45 40 Snel paso. 79 51 Clr Fairbanks. 49 26 Clr Flagstaff. 60 in Clr Hartford. 62 43 in Helena. 40 20 .03 cd Honolulu. 84 69 Clr Houston. 76 70 .05 cd Juneau. 51 in cd Las vegas. 83 56 Clr Little Rock. 66 57 .45 cd los Angeles. 76 60 Clr Memphis. 70 64 cd Miami Beach. 77 71 cd Milwaukee. 59 35 .51 cd Nashville. 75 61 cd new Orleans. 76 62 cd new York City. 62 48 in Oklahoma City. 70 48 .07 cd Omaha. 53 36 .04 cd Orlando. 77 62 in Philadelphia. 63 45 in Phoenix. 86 64 Clr Pittsburgh. 66 51 in . 63 43 in Providence. 59 46 m Reno. 70 37 cd Richmond. 66 50 in Sacramento. 77 48 Clr St Louis. 67 53 65 Clr Salt Lake City. 62 38 cd san Antonio. 73 69 06 cd san Diego. 68 56 Clr san Francisco. 74 53 Clr Seattle. 57 41 cd Spokane. 58 38 cd Syracuse. 62 46 .03 in Topeka. 61 43 .22 cd Tucson. 79 51 Clr Tulsa. 70 54 .57 cd Washington, 66 52 in 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 to Jim River fair condition Coldfoot fair condition with rough areas Chandalar Good condition with Drifting and Slick spots. Sag River fair condition with rough areas dead horse fair to Good condition. Elliott Highway Livengood to Manley Good condition. Parks Highway Nenana to Cantwell Good condition Anchorage Good condition Richardson Highway trims to Valdez Good condition. 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 1-800-478-7675. Fire Calls Ester Volunteer fire department april in possible Structure fire. Fallen Berg Road. Mutual Aid Moose Creek Volunteer fire department March 30�?structure fire. Kaltag drive Mutual Aid. North Star Volunteer fire department March 29�?structure fire Lisa Ann drive investigate March 30�?structure fire. Furnace malfunction Kaltag drive extinguish. 500 damage March 31�?structure fire. Funk Road Mutual Aid extinguish s tee be Volunteer fire department March 23�?stack fire. Hagelbarger Avenue. March 31�?structure fire. Funk Road University fire department March 19�?vehicle fire. Hayes Avenue. Steese fire department March 22�?medical assist asthma attack. Hartleb Road University fire department March 24�?unconscious unknown Geist Road. Transport to Fairbanks memorial Hospital March 27�?overdose. Old Airport Road. March 28�?hyperventilating, lower commons. March 28�?eye injury uhf fire department. March 29�?motor vehicle Accident with injuries old Pioneer Way. March 30�?transport patient to Home Birch Lane. March 30�? female in labor Wright aviation. March 31�?seizures, old Airport Road ambulance Calls Moose Creek Volunteer fire department March 30�?medical Call. Baker Road North Star Volunteer fire department March 22�?snowmachine Accident. Che a lakes Park assist ambulance March 24�?chest pain Wyatt Road assist ambulance March 25�?motor vehicle Accident. Badger Road assist ambulance March 25�?chest pain Moose walk Road administer Aid March 29�? person unconscious Dyke Road assist ambulance March 31�?motor vehicle Accident Dawson Road and Virgina Street assist ambulance. Animal report the Borough division of animal control impounded the following strays monday husky mix White Black spots female adult shelter cages purple Nylon Collar Blue eyes husky mix Blackman male 8 months shelter cages. Husky mix Black White male Young adult i mile Badger Road Blue Nylon reflective Collar Blue eyes Labrador mix tan male 3-4 months Fairhill subdivision Doberman red rust male 5 months 400 Block. Betty Street docked Tail. Cat medium haired Seal Point male adult Murphy dome Road 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. Today in history the associated press today is tuesday april to the 100th Day of 1990 there Are 265 Days left in the year. Today a highlight in history on april to 1925 the novel a the great gatsby a f Scott Fitzgerald a poignant evocation of empty materialism shattered illusion and failed Romance during the jazz age was first published by Scribner a of new York. On this Date in 1847, american Newspaperman Joseph pulitzer was born in Mako Hungary in 1866, the american society for the prevention of cruelty to animals was incorporated in 1880, Frances Perkins the first woman to serve on a presidents Cabinet As Franklin d Roosevelt a Secretary of labor was bom in Boston. In 1912, the luxury liner rms titanic set sail from Southampton England on its ill fated Maiden voyage. In 1932, German president Paul von Hin Denburg was re elected with Adolf Hitler coming in second in 1953, the three dimensional horror movie a House of Wax a produced by Warner Brothers premiered in new York in 1959, Japan s Crown Prince Akihito married a commoner Michiko Shoda. In 1963, the nuclear powered submarine Thresher failed to surface off Cape cod. Mass., in a disaster that claimed 129 lives. In 1972, the United states and the soviet Union joined some 70 nations in signing an agreement Banning biological warfare in 1974, Golda Meir announced her resignation As prime minister of Israel in 1978, Arkady Shevchenko a High ranking soviet citizen employed by the United nations sought political Asylum in the United states. Ten years ago ignoring a Call by president Carter for Concrete action against Iran members of the european economic Community opted instead to Issue a strongly worded denunciation of the hostage crisis. 75 years ago april to 1915�?after an absence of about six years Ferdinand de Journel returned to town on the stage yesterday. De Journel practice Law while in Fairbanks but now spends More time in the cultivation of his 276-acre farm 19 Miles from Fresno Calif than behind a desk. 50 years ago april to 1940�?roads into Fairbanks were pronounced traversable today by Frank Nash local superintendent of the Alaska Road commission despite the thaw which has rutted Many wet and mired stretches. 25 years ago april to 1965�?john Miscovich who manages the Otter dredging co. Gold dredge at Flat returned to Fairbanks with his wife and children this week and will remain Here for a week before going on to Flat. Mrs. Miscovich who comes originally from Yugoslavia received her citizenship papers upon her return. To years ago april to 1980�?a Trio of Fairbanks area boxers will go after berths for the aau nationals when they compete in the Pacific Northwest regional boxing championships in mount Vernon Wash. The three contenders Are Joe livery Larry Nault and Jeff Green. Evelyn l. Schmidt Evelyn Louise Schmidt 68, died april i at her Home in Kirkland Wash. She was born feb. 3, 1922, in Fingal . Mrs. Schmidt lived in Fairbanks for 20 years where she worked As a special education teacher. She attended Valley City state teachers College Central Washington University and University of Alaska and received a masters degree in education. Mrs. Schmidt was a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and holy family Church. She is survived by her husband Donovan r. Schmidt of Kirkland sons Craig Schmidt of Seattle and Kevin Schmidt of Fairbanks daughters Paula Thornley of Kirkland and Charmaine Keane of Spokane Wash. Brothers Ray Stangier of Fingal and Gerald Stangier of Fargo . Sister Shirley Beckerleg of Poughkeepsie . And nine grandchildren. Services were held april 4 in Kirkland. The family suggests donations May be made to holy family building fund 7355 120th ave. N.e., Kirkland Wash., 98033. Gene f. Jack Gene f. Jack 77, a Bush Pilot died March 22 in Palm Springs Calif. Born in Indiana Harbor ind., he came to Alaska in 1939 and worked for Arctic Circle exploration a mining company in Candle becoming its superintendent in the 1940s. Or. Jack formed his own Small airlines and trading posts in Kotzebue and Wainwright. A profile of his life was published in Tewkesbury so a who a who in he is survived by his children Charles of West Hills Calif., Douglas of Hixon British Columbia Steven of Dease Lake British Columbia. And Sharon of port Angeles Wash., seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Fairbanks subsistence stand reaffirmed the Alaska outdoor Council reaffirmed its position on subsistence in its annual statewide convention held in Palmer. A a the message from our 10,000 members is Clear. Amend the Alaska National interest lands conservation act not our state Constitution a said Bud Burris Council president. The Alaska supreme court ruled alaskans subsistence Law unconstitutional under the states document because it offers a preference to Rural residents. The preference is required by the Alaska lands act but it discriminates against Urban residents the court said. The Council is opposed to any amendment to the Alaska Constitution. Federal Law should be brought in line with the state Law Burris said. A controlled Access to alaskans fish and wildlife can and should be done through regulation alone. We must not create different classes of citizens to appease a discriminatory Federal Law a Burns said. A it is Anil a that should be amended not our state Constitution. Our congressional representatives have seen fit to Amend Anil a in the past and once again the Ball is in their Korea lecture scheduled won Sui Lee founder and president of Han Nam University in Korea will give a lecture tonight titled a Korea in the Pacific rim age at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The lecture begins at 7 In the Wood Center Ball room and will be followed by a Short reception. Lee will also speak at the Fairbanks rotary meeting on thursday at noon in the Westmark hotel. Lee received his doctorate in history from Case Western University in Ohio. He is former Secretary general of the International association of University presidents 1976-1980. Leeds visit is sponsored by the korean studies program at uhf created in 1986 by a Pri vate donation. R amt. Zzz ssh irs. So simple. So useful. So dynamic. Its classified. 452-5152 i i til a 7 t daily mews Miner classified 3 Good reasons. To choose a Fairbanks Tae Kwon do a physical fitness a weight control a Sel defense it certified instructors to tears in Fairbanks come watch us in action and participate one week free at no obligation or coct to you Fairbanks tat7 Zuon a do Marty Lester. Head instructor Call 462 2306 �?�1 lat crap a cd atm to iwo has please clip and mail with your gift today Spring open racquetball tournament april 17-22, 1990 entry deadline saturday april 14, 9 00 pm posting of the draw monday april 16 by 2 00 pm entry fee $15 for the 1st event $5 for the 2nd event tournament Ball provided by fac Penn Ultra Blue awards 1st 2nd, 3rd, and Consolation sponsored by votes Mark a i r Banks Fairbanks athletic club inc 747 old Richardson Hwy a Fairbanks Alaska 99701 907 452-6601 please help a runaway or homeless kid this easter this year Over 600 kids will come to our shelter desperately seeking a hot meal clean clothes health care and a Safe place to sleep. Please. Will you help us help them yes i want to help feed and shelter homeless amp runaway youth Here is my tax deductible gift for _ $25 _ $50 $15 _ please Send me More information about the work of covenant House Alaska. Please Rush your gift to covenant House Alaska . Box 104640 fed Anchorage a 99510-4640 thank you for helping us serve the kids in Alaska a Safe Haven for homeless Kios

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