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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Fairbanks, Alaska National Forest in Gary sure says Young Fairbanks daily news Miner Fairbanks Alaska tuesday april to 1990�?5 Washington apr picture the nations greatest natural treasures the grand Canyon Yellowstone National Park olympic National Forest Gary Indiana. Gary ind.? an Alaska congressman who resents his Indiana colleagues involvement in debate Over the Pacific Northwest a Timber Supply wants to a recreate the ancient forests Over 1.3 million acres of Northwest Indiana. The Tongue in Cheek plan to establish a new National Forest in Indiana was circulated among congressional members in response to Indiana rep. Jim Jontza Call to protect old growth forests in California Oregon and Washington. A this is a novel approach in that it would seek to recreate ancient forests of the Region which have been decimated by Industrial agriculture a said rep. Don Youngr Alaska. A today instead of Virgin forests and unbroken Sod this area is heavily industrialized either in manufacturing or agriculture. A if you think the folks in Chicago and Indianapolis deserve a National Forest for their recreation please join me in this Effort a he said. Last week Jontz Drew criticism from lawmakers in Oregon and Washington who said his proposal to set up a new preserve of old growth forests in the Pacific North rep. Don Young Tongue in Cheek plan West would Cost the regions Timber Industry billions of dollars and thousands of jobs. A maybe we should take All the warehouses in Muncie Indiana and declare them to be ancient historic treasures a said sen. Slade Gorton a Wash. Jontz a Democrat indicated monday he would not take Youngs proposal seriously. A we All like Bill would Aid retired teachers Juneau apr retired Alaska teachers would receive automatic annual Cost of living adjustments in their retirement benefits under legislation passed by the Senate monday. Senate Bill 53 was passed without opposition and sent to the House. Sen. Jim Duncan a Juneau and prime sponsor of the Bill said it requires several savings measures to make the automatic Cost of living increases possible. Under current Law the administrator of the retirement program determines when a Cost of living increase is needed and the Cost is passed on to the school districts. Under Duncan a Bill the in 24 hour heating Oil service 456-1312 Fairbanks creases would come every july i based on the Anchorage consumer Price Index. The savings measures include raising the full benefits retirement age from 55 to 60, requiring Retiree participation in the health insurance plan before age 65, and postponing the Alaska Cost of living allowance to age 65. The savings measures Are expected to save the state More than $29,000 a year and school districts More than $172,000 a year. Duncan said the Bill was supported by the administration department and the National education association. Don t go topless alaskan year round inside showroom open . 8 a.m.-8 . 2001 Van Horn rd., #4 456-3305 400 canopies in Stock John Isaac Castillo our grateful thanks to. Or. Starr and his staff or. Burger and his dedicated nurse the Fairbanks memorial Hospital staff or. Florian Maldonado and Lloyd neighbors or. Our appreciation to. The Many wonderful friends who sent Flowers brought food and sent donations to the Castillo family. Thanks to All who supported us during our time of grief. A mrs. Rosie Castillo and her children Dora and Joe Anthony Castillo maybe every soul with . Enrolment number will be convinced that Hunting amp gathering is a religious activity. Based on fear reverence from . Ancestors maybe the . Constitution religious Freedom and charter of . Anti genocide suggests that the distinct 12 alaskan families Are legally interacting with natural existing sources of food amp shelter that precede any state Law s. Perhaps prayer and familiar sharing has License Over a makeshift word used by occupying government subsistence consider this that every morsel sip and breath is a spiritual interaction with an unde scribed creator. No written word will prevent those with . Enrolment numbers to practice a religious existence not subsistence. The a paid for by services. 812 5th ave fa.rbank�, 99701. 452b667 Don. He a really a funny Guy a Jontz said in a statement released by his office. Young was in Alaska on monday and could not be reached for further comment. An aide said a the Basic message is that people should Start taking a look at what could happen in their areas if they had to Deal with some of the things the anti Timber people Are Young said in the letter his proposal would order the . Forest service to acquire 1.3 million acres in Northwest Indiana through Purchase or donation. He said it would reduce groundwater pollution caused by Runoff from farm chemicals. A Farmers use thousands of tons of anhydrous ammonia a toxic chemical for fertilizer. Pesticides and herbicides kill insects and unprofitable plants and then they go on to pollute the land and the water. In a concerned about these things a he said. A while this Forest might Cost a bit up front the reduced need for Federal subsidies for agricultural production Over the Long haul would mean savings for the Federal government. Thousands of jobs could be created in the tourism Industry a he said. Jontza plan backed by four leading environmental groups would ban logging and development on millions of acres of Public Forest land. . Forest service chief f. Dale Robertson said last week that a scientific panels recommendations to save the Northern spotted owl from extinction would affect 2.7 million acres and reduce harvests by about 25 percent on National forests in the Pacific Northwest. Jontz said his proposal would affect More land because it is involved with protecting the ecosystems of the old growth forests not just the spotted owl. Rep. Bob Smith r-ore., said Jontz has been insensitive to the Fate of the Northwest a Economy. He said Youngs letter was meant to be funny but the message was serious. A i think it reflects the level of frustration a lot of us in the West feel about someone in Indiana who obviously feels it is no skin off his nose regarding what probably will be the biggest economic dislocation the Pacific Northwest Ever will experience a Smith said monday in a Telephone interview from Oregon. A there is a member of Congress expressing the wills of Only one Side of this the Radical environmentalists and never looking at the economic Impact that we Are going to feel out Here if this thing Isnit changed a he said. A maybe we should have some pain and suffering developing in Indiana so they could understand what we Are going through. Maybe that would ease the emotional pitch that some people in Indiana Are looking at this with a Smith said. An aide to rep. Les Aucoin d-ore., said monday that Aucoin would have no further comment on the matter. A we appreciated the sentiment behind it Youngs letter and we laughed a press Secretary Rachel Gorlin said. She said there is a no questions some lawmakers resent Jontza involvement in the Issue a but i done to know How far we want to take communism failed us soviet i Anchorage apr a top soviet spokesman said communism has failed his country and predicted the communist party of the soviet Union will split at its party conference in june. But the soviet Union Isnit about to abandon socialism quite yet Gennadi Gerasimov told an chamber of Commerce meeting monday. A the theory did no to deliver what it had promised a said Gerasimov chief spokesman for soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev. A we sailed toward a glorious socialist future but we ended up with food shortages and general discontent a he said. The soviets now must overcome bloated bureaucracy and a Lazy Public to Reform its eco Nomy Gerasimov said. Marxism leninism worked to build the user into an Industrial Power Gerasimov said but As the world War ii Alliance with the West disintegrated into the cold War the soviets let ideology run amok. The communist party will split up after a june Congress he predicted. Gerasimov spoke at the Start of a two week tour through the . Arco Alaska paid him $15,000 for his speech a company official said. Gerasimov will donate his share of his tour earnings to a soviet environmental group said vie Fischer University of alaskans director of soviet relations. Gerasimov also said that a soviet consulate could open soon in Anchorage. Two issues of interest to alaskans will be on the Agenda of the upcoming .-soviet Summit meeting Gerasimov said. They Are visa free travel for Alaska natives to the soviet far East and the possible creation of a new International Park across the Bering Strait. The cold War Vas a period filled with a misguided politics a he said. A we created a lot of trouble and brought a lot of ill feelings by infusing ideology into our foreign policy a he said. Although the soviet system produce enough Grain to feed its people it did produce a Large educated class that questioned communist ideology. He said. The Interior Section of the american society of safety engineers in conjunction with the risk management safety department uhf will present a general safety regulations seminar for employers Friday april 13 a 9 00 a.m.-4 30 . Old University Park school a 1000 University ave. Asse members $75.00 a non Asse members $90.00 fee includes catered lunch and refreshments a All persons associated with safety a who Are interested in becoming a charter member of the Interior chapter of Asse please Call for More information. Please Complete the attached registration form and return with the appropriate funds. . Box 73051, Fairbanks 99707 name _ place of business address _ phone amount enclosed $ for More information Contact Pat Patterson a Mike Oden 456-3842 474-5497 face to face. Eye to Eye. Heart to heart. A i think you should he Able to know and under staid a Candi late for a a believe you will support the candidate Ivhon Knovs and understands to the people of Fairbanks id like to visit with you on tuesday april 10th. To hear your concerns. Understand your needs. Answer your questions. And to share our visions for protecting and enhancing our Quality of life in Alaska. We As alaskans need to communicate. Because politics in Alaska should be personal. Face to face. Eye to Eye. Heart to heart. Sincerely is sales Alaska tuesday april 10th, 7 30 pm Polaris hotel Arctic room 1st floor parking available lot at 1st and Lacey Tony Knowles for governor office 452-6706 paid for by Tony know to for Alaska to bos 70218, Fairbanks a Byron Mallott chair our advertising by thanks for raving the for future rat or celebrate the arts under the Midnight Sun University of Alaska Fairbanks summer Fine arts Camp music visual arts theatre a dance registration fees $415 tuition $475 room and Board out of town students Campus housing or optional in town n. Foaturin9 guest ast7s a Art shows a do a Man Avria Quot a to Kossl dance music concert band wind ensemble orchestra concert choir jazz bands jazz combos Madrigal singers treble choir menus vocal ensemble vocal jazz ensemble chamber music keyboard Solo performance theory jazz theory conducting arranging improvisation. Appreciation. Seven major ensemble concerts and student faculty recitals. Visual arts and design sculpture ceramics silk screening native arts. Oriental arts. Painting drawing printmaking performance Art Art history. Metalwork jewelry advanced studios theatre musical production once upon a mattress dramatic production the Glass menagerie drama lab production dramatic scenes. Acting technical theatre costuming stage movement theatre games mime. Dance Ballet jazz and Modem dance at beginning intermediate and advanced Levels. Fully orchestrated dance production dance recitals. Social recreation program. Supervised Campus housing available optional for further information Contact or. Theodore Decorso director 907 474-7555 or a write to summer Fine arts Camp Musk dept uhf Fairbanks. A 99775-1220 the summer Fine arts Camp is sponsored by the music department. Col Ieese of Liberal arts. Uhf. With additional support Horn Alaska state Council on the arts and the Friend of the Fine arts Camp. To Arm Ham Tad. Re and for abating it Arith Friand. Uhf credit available we invite you to Register for the 1990. Fairbanks summer arts festival Guez Tun Ltee of in no Arn reside Chers for 2\ a to. Leo nce Bassos eks Vij lasses music a dance a theatre musical theatre a visual arts i 54 ice skating theatre registration fees i worry a 2 weeks daytime amp evening. M f. Including i in Ster passes to the 2nd. 3rd and 4th concerts i Gorki $180 $190 $200 if postmarked if postmarked if postmarked by May 30 by july 15 after july 15 a evening registration 2 weeks attendance limited to 4 30-10 pm m of a a a no passes to concerts i us workshop and performance opportunities a orchestra a chorus a chamber chorale a bks band jazz band a opera scenes a musical theatre scenes a theatre scenes a cabaret singing a dance a ice skating est Barbershop evening performances tickets will go on Sale june 21st a a series of 5 tickets Quot will be available at Only $45 set individual tickets will be available too refer to ticket information on registration form in Catalon 1. An evening with Hal Holbrook in a Mark Twain tonight a Friday. July 20, 8 p in Hering auditorium sponsored by Alaska airline 2. An evening with our guests Friday. July 27, 8 pm. Uhf concert Hall sponsored by Arco Alaska inc. 3. An evening of classics thursday August 2, 8pm, uhf concert Hall sponsored by by exploration i. An evening of pops Friday August 3, 8 uhf concert Hall sponsored by West Marc hotel i. An evening of jazz and cabaret saturday August 4, 8 p in uhf concert Hall feat eng so tight guest Margaret Whiting sponsored by Alyeska pipeline service company in Cade of beyond our control Artl Ftp Are subject to change. Pick up a Catalon with registration form in Fairbanks in Anchorage in Juneau uhf Musk dept amp area music Una Musk dept Russell Guyver arts and and Art stores amp keyboard Cache humanities office or Send request for Catalon to Fred Buda artistic director Buda is percussionist with the Boston pop Joryman Scott producing director Fairbanks summer arts festival p o Box f �?~h45, Fairbanks Alaska 99708 Myron Romani music director Romani is conductor with the Stuttgart state opera the Fairbanks summer arts festival is produced by to Scott s Center for cultural development inc a nonprofit corporation Tai cooperation with the University of Alaska Fairbanks Art Musk p e dance and ice skating. Speech and drama departments it is made possible in part by Grants from the Alaska state c ounce to on the am. The tit of endowment for the am the City of Fairbanks and by the contributions from Many individuals and corporations

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