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July 25, 1974

 


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Citizens Urge Re-Hiring of Harbormaster – A number of citizens appeared at the City Council meeting Monday evening in support of harbormaster Murl Trevethan, who resigned recently in a disagreement with the city manager. Ed Hatch, speaking as a fisherman of this area, spoke highly of Mr. Trevethan as an excellent harbormaster, “The best one along the entire coast,” he maintained, and voiced concern over the safety of boats and equipment at the docks in the absence of a harbormaster. The harbormaster issue, which ebbed and flowed like the tides throughout the meeting, finally led Mr. Dick Neve to propose an executive session following the meeting to discuss the matter. At the executive session, a compromise was worked out in which Mr. Trevethan would remain on the city payroll as assistant harbormaster; this would keep a man on duty throughout the busy season, allow the city to advertise for a new man and allow Mr. Trevethan to reach his retirement eligibility.

Seward Students Leave for Japan – Two Seward boys winged their way to Japan last Friday to visit Seward’s sister city of Obihiro on the island of Hokkaido. Brad “Hobie” Gilman and Bill McCauley, both students at Seward High School, are taking part in a unique exchange program with Obihiro. When the boys return in two weeks they will be accompanied by two boys from Obihiro who will spend two weeks here.

Seward City Day September 2 at Alaska State Fair – “Cities of Alaska” is the theme of the 1974 Alaska State Fair near Palmer. In keeping with the theme, the mayors of Alaska’s ten most populous cities have been invited to participate in this year’s even by coming on their day, and by sending an exhibit symbolic of their city. Sept. 2 will be City of Seward Day with Mayor Lee McAnerney appearing to represent our city.

Circus Time in Seward – It was come one, come all to the Wallace and Rogers Circus on July 23 in Seward. Two performances played to large audiences under the big top. Everybody, especially the kids enjoyed the high aerial feats of the double trapeze artists, and the daring high rope performers. “Fearless Frank” the snake charmer clowned off and on with Seward’s Sergeant Sharpshooter. Clowns and balancing acts, spinning plates and the giant human yo-yo. Tina the Elephant went through her paces, and the performing parrots did their thing for the edification of all.

Liberty Theatre - Now showing: “The Abominable Dr. Phibes” and “Dr. Phibes Rises Again.” Saturday only: “Play it Again, Sam” and “Love it or Leave it.” Coming soon: “Serpico,” “The Wild Angels” and “The Glory Stompers.”

Little League Baseball Picnic – The Little League Baseball Picnic is at 1 p.m., Aug. 4 at the Jesse Lee area.

Urbach’s – Men’s Clothing. Pendleton Sports Shirts and Dress Shirts in Solid Colors, Plaids and Stripes.

Foreign Fishing Fleet Increases – The foreign fishing fleet operating off Alaska increased by 148 vessels last week, the bulk of them Japanese ships joining that nation’s fleet fishing for salmon just west of the 175th parallel. Sen. Ted Stevens said the weekly Coast Guard and National Maritime Fisheries Service report listed 517 Japanese 26 Russian and 32 South Korean vessels fishing near Alaska as of July 12. During the same period a year ago, 589 foreign vessels were sighted.

Seward Building Supply – Interior and Exterior House Paint. 10% off up to 4 gallons. 15% off 5 gallons or more.

This Week in City Hall – ... The Council appoints the City Attorney, the City Manager and the City Clerk-Treasurer. All other posts within the municipal government are considered to be “administration” officers, exclusive of those elected by the people or appointed to special boards or commissions by the Council, and are subject to general supervision of the City Manager. The Council is required by the Charter to deal with the administrative service through the City Manager only and cannot direct the appointment or removal of administration officers or employees.

Forget-Me-Not – Sale on Smocks. Reg. $14.50, now 2/$24. In Cranberry, Blue or Orange. Blouses, 1/2 off

Difficult Hunting for Antlerless Moose Expected – Anterless moose hunts will be held in three areas of Southcentral Alaska, but hunters who draw permits can expect extremely difficult hunting conditions. Regional game supervisor Ron Somerville said early season Anterless moose hunts will be held only in such hard-to-reach areas as Peters/Dutch Hills in Subunit 16A, Subunit 14B north of the Kashwitna River and in Subunit 15C north of Homer.

Pit Bar and Liquor Store – You are cordially invited to attend the Jackson reunion at our Pit Party on Aug. 7.

Sheep Hunt – A permit for a full curl or greater or a 1/2 curl or less sheep will be held from Aug. 10-19 at Crescent Mountain, announced the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. This hunt will be followed by a registration hunt for 1/2 curl or less from Aug. 21 until closed by field assessment.

South-Central Timber Development – Oxygen. Lest we forget, just one of the many products from Southcentral Alaska woods. Through selective harvesting and careful conservation practices, rest assured there’ll be plenty more. At South-Central Timber we help make the good things happen.

Boro Briefs – Old Timers, please take heed! The Old Timers Real Property Tax Exemption was a “computer error” this tax time. So all of you who filed your exemption certificate and were still billed the full amount on your property – don’t pay yet. You will get a new supplemental tax bill adjusted to your exemption shortly.

 

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