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Fairbanks Daily News Miner (Newspaper) - May 10, 1986, Fairbanks, Alaska A fast Start wind and chill Don t faze Interior track contestants sports Page 9 class of 86 America s seniors plan to get Down to business Usa weekend made at Home Council demands local hire for fort Wainwright project Fairbanks Page 3glenn Hackney takes the Lead in the pull together Effort to clean up Fairbanks. Saturday spotlight Page 8 ban saturday Dairy mews Miner your locally owned Independent daily newspaper vol Xxxiv no. 129 Fairbanks Alaska saturday May to 1986 35c per copy 48 pages Senate passes subsistence Bill eases threat of . Takeover by sue Cross associated press writer Juneau apr a subsistence rights Bill believed to comply with Federal Law passed the Senate Friday hushing threats of a Federal takeover of fish and game management in Alaska and easing one of the most strained political issues of the session. The Senate rejected a Bill that would have tied subsistence Hunting fishing and trapping rights to economic need and opted for an earlier version of the measure scshb288 that bases subsistence rights on a customary and traditional Federal officials had said the so called a needs test tacked on the Bill by sen. Rick Halford created a conflict with the Federal Alaska National interest lands conservation act. The conflict would have prompted a Federal takeover of fish and wildlife on Federal land in alaskan nearly 60 percent of the state on june i. Five Federal agencies in a news conference earlier Friday outlined detailed plans for the takeover in Case Alaska did no to manage to pass an acceptable Bill. Release of the plans May have been the final blow to the Campaign for an economic needs test Halford said afterwards. A it might have had an effect a he said. His version of the Bill was Defeated in a narrow 9-11 vote. Halford a Chugiak spoke on the Senate floor about the need to withstand Federal intervention and spoke harshly of alaskans congressional delegation for failing to get Anil a changed but said before contaminated vegetables West Berlin trash collectors unload a truck of vegetables with higher radiation Levels at wan see garbage dump Friday. Contaminated food has been ordered destroyed or removed from Berlin. Associated press soviet nuclear Accident deals blow to troubled . Industry by Scott Armstrong the Christian science Monitor los Angeles the nuclear Accident in the soviet Union has dealt a psychological blow to the slumping nuclear Power Industry in the United states. It is expected to strengthen the hand of some antinuclear groups and Lead to renewed introspection Over the already volatile issues of Plant safety siting and evacuation planning. A it is going to re intensify the negative Public feelings that have been ebbing since three mile Island a says Robert Wayland head of the Energy group at tem ple Barker amp Sloane a Lexington mass., consulting firm. A fall the troubled plants that have been under assault because of safety concerns costs or evacuation plans will get another look a predicts Charles Ebinger an Energy expert at the Georgetown Center see nuclear Back Page Good morning Sott Douya. A a the True Mark of w successful people is being Able to Lay a firm foundation with the bricks that others throw at them a forecast showers area forecast showers in the area mixed with Snow at times. Pm my Southwest winds to 15 Mph by a Ftp Kcf a evening. Highs near 50. Lows near 32. For sunday partly Alaska.2 Cloudy and Breezy. Highs in the Ann landers.19 lower 50s. Classified ads. 20-28 weather records the record cornics.19 High for this Date is 79 set in 1975, crossword.18 and the record Low is 7 set in 1964. Editorials and opinions.4 Daylight Sunrise today was foreign.20 at 4 47 a. In. And Sunset will be at Horoscope. .19 10 51 ., for 18 hours 4 i . Boyd.19 nutes of Daylight a gain of six letters to the editor.4 minutes Over Friday. Sunrise markets. 13, 14 sunday will be at 4 43 . And national.12 Sunset sunday will be at 10 55 religion. 6, 7 ., for 18 minutes 12 minutes saturday spotlight.8 of Daylight a gain of eight i sports.9-11 nutes Over today. Television.15-17 weather elsewhere Page 2. His speech that he knew he did t have the votes to carry the measure. The Senate went on to adopt the version of the Bill written in the Senate resources committee which Federal and state officials have approved. A we have a Bill that meets Federal requirements a said committee chairwoman Arliss Sturgulewski a Anchorage. Gov. Bill Sheffield said he was pleased the Senate voted for a a a balanced Bill and asked that the see Senate Back Page key provision stripped from local litre Bill the associated press Juneau charges of heavy political twisting swirled through the Capitol Friday afternoon when House lawmakers killed a proposal to Force local hire on Oil and Gas operations on state land. A i need to get a flak jacket a said rep. . A a red Boucher a Anchorage. A this is some of the most vicious lobbying in be Ever the Bill requiring local hire on state funded construction projects drafted by Boucher and adopted in the Senate by Anchorage Republican Jan Faiks and others passed the House but without the Oil and Gas amendment. The juror began when some legislators tried to add an amendment extending the jobs for alaskans Law to natural resource development on lands leased from the state. That Means the Oil and Gas Industry would be subject to the local hire Law on land leased in the future. But supporters of the proposal said their attempt was killed by heavy lobbying from Faiks and Oil Industry representatives. A some people were saying the legislation they be been working on for two years was in jeopardy if they voted for this amendment a said rep. Marco Pignalberi an Anchorage Republican who drafted the proposal. A one of them told me he changed his vote because Faiks see legislature Back Page its her time now Jean Pennebaker an Art major with a specially in metalworking will achieve her goal of graduating from College by the age of 60 at the University of Alaska Fairbanks ceremony sunday. And she did it with honors. Charles Mason news Miner it s taken her 40 years but dream s coming True by Wilda j. Whitaker correspondent forty years ago Jean Pennebaker promised herself she would get her bachelors degree before she turned 60 years old. On sunday about a month before her 59th birthday she will graduate with honors from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. A i was ironing my gown to Wear on sunday a she said a and i thought to myself in be been to 17 graduations at this Campus and i never thought id walk across that Pennebaker is an Art major who came to the state 17 years ago with her husband William Pennebaker who is now head of the uhf education department. Graduation scheduled sunday. Page 3 originally from Lexington ky., Pennebaker received a scholarship to the Cincinnati Fine arts Academy after she won a High school student Art show for a pastel portrait of an athlete. Her father did t approve of women getting a College education however and she afford the rest of the tuition. Instead she took a few classes at the University of Ken Tucky and Over the years at Barry College in Miami at Miami Dade Junior College and at Tanana Valley Community College. See graduate Back Page 15,000 set to pick up area trash More than 15,000 volunteers were expected to swarm on litter today in Fairbanks for a record setting cleanup Effort. A at this particular time we re probably too groups Over last year and that s an awful lot of people a said Pat Mckean Spring cleanup Day committee adviser. A a in be never seen anything like volunteers will be collecting trash from roadways throughout Fairbanks beginning at 8 . Saturday. Cleanup is expected to stretch All the Way to Fox College and along Goldstream Road. A a they la be Strung out from Here All the Way to Mckean said. A a we re doing a Complete cleanup of everything in town. All those areas Are going to be completely swept cleanup will be delayed for one week in Ester because the ground there is still covered with Snow. He said. Volunteers will be filling special Bright yellow trash bags. A i had 31 too bags a said Mckean Friday. A i have 2,300 sitting Here right now and go out the bags will be deposited on the Side of the Road for pickup. Trucks will then pick up the bags later in the Day. The trucks will leave at about noon and follow special routes to pick up the bags. Volunteer trucks include la dump trucks and special sanitation trucks within City limits. There Are also three designated areas for depositing trash bags in Fairbanks no machinery on the old Steese Highway the Tanana Valley Fairgrounds and the Carnation building on University Avenue. Between i And 3p.m., volunteers Are invited to a Community wide hot dog roast at Ala Skaland. All the food has been donated by local merchants. Clean up patches will also be distributed at that event. A a it a our Way of saying thank you to everybody a Mckean said. Although each of those 15,000 volunteers has been assigned an area to clean up there Are still plenty of areas that need to be staffed. Mckean is also looking for 20-30 More volunteers to work on trucks to pick up trash bags. Potential volunteers can Call 452-1976 or can report to the Midnight Sun Council of boy scouts at 1400 Gillam w a at 8 . Saturday. Calm time has passed now the heat is on by Dan Joling staff writer Juneau Fairbanks rep. Nido Koponen said he Wasny to pressured by senators to change his commitment to require local hire on natural resource projects on land leased from the state. A they already Cut the University so badly a Koponen said of his top priority unlike his Coll guest pet projects which apparently were threatened with quiet death if they dared vote to expand a local hire Bill that eventually passed the House Friday. A that was the kind of pressure that was put on a Koponen said and it worked As the amendment failed. Such Are the ways of pressure cooker politics in the final Days of the session. After 136 Days of rela Tive Calm the heat was turned up a dozen notches Friday. The pressure and whirlwind Pace of legislation will continue today As attention changes from local hire and subsistence issues to the state spending and anything else that legislators Hope to see become state Law. Friday afternoon the drama first focused on the Senate which narrowly voted to eliminate a needs test for determining preference in subsistence Hunting and fishing. Then in the House labor leaders tried in vain to hold on to votes previously committed to expanding the local hire Bill. Gov. Bill Sheffield called one of the shortest press conferences in Alaska history to read a blistering attack on finance co chairwoman Jan Faiks a Anchorage who was made out to be the villain. A what id like for the press to do is do your Job this afternoon go downstairs and when House Mem Bers go on the floor ask those House members if they a re going to vote for Jan Faiks and Oil Field service company Veco or if they re going to vote for the working people of Alaska a Sheffield said. Faiks distributed her own statement noting that Alaska preferential hire on resource development projects on state land had received less than half the committee hearings of the main Bill. She said it probably would not withstand a constitutional Challenge. She also denied threatening House Bills or projects but House members weren to buying it. Before the vote House majority Leader Don Clocksin a Anchorage called senators actions a a virtually unprecedented invasion of the House by members of the other the vote on the amendment split generally along majority minority lines with Bush caucus members joining the minority republicans in voting no. Mano Frey executive president of the Alaska Al Cio. Saw a link Between the Bush vote and Faiks possible support of $60 million for Rural sewer and water projects. He said no votes by rep. Peter Goll d Haines and rep. Bette Cato a Valdez were the direct result of threats against sewer and water projects desired by Goll and a Prince William sound fish processing Bill desired by Cato. A a they re actually being blackmailed by Jan Faiks a he said. Interior legislators split 4-2, with rep. John Ringstad a Fairbanks and rep. Dick Shultz r Tok voting no. The Madcap Pace continues today at 7 . And May even finish by tonight if predictions by Senate see heat Back Page

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