CITY HALL
EMERGENCY BULLETIN #9
5 April, 1964 (Sunday)
(Prepared by Karl Armstrong)

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT
DUE TO INCREASED TEMPO OF DEMOLITION ACTIVITY IN THE DISASTER AREA GENERATED TODAY, (SUNDAY) IT IS NECESSARY TO CHANGE THE INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING PASSING OF SCHOOL CHILDREN THROUGH THE DISASTER AREA AS REPORTED IN YESTERDAY'S BULLETIN. THEREFORE, THE FOLLOWING WILL APPLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

ATTENTION ALL PARENTS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN
School resumes tomorrow (Monday) morning with normal hours of operation. The City will transport ALL CHILDREN from the base road side of the disaster area, according to Police Chief Jack Rhines. Gathering point for the children will be Patterson's Garage. These children will also be transported back to this point AFTER SCHOOL. NO CHILDREN ARE TO ATTEMPT TO CROSS THE DISASTER AREA OTHERWISE, Chief Rhines emphasized.

STUDENTS TO BRING LUNCHES
STUDENTS WHO EAT IN THE CAFETERIA SHOULD BRING LUNCHES AS THE CAFETERIA IS STILL BEING USED FOR FEEDING REFUGEES.

EVICTION NOTICES
All notices of eviction from Kodiak dwellings are to be cleared by the Director of Civil Defense, Frank Irick according to a notice posted today.

C.D. AID REPORT
The Kodiak Area Civil Defense Headquarters today released information on the welfare work accomplished from 27 March 1964 through 3 April 1964. 521 people were given food for individual homes in Kodiak.

6,842 meals were served
2,935 sandwiches were served.
1,901 homeless were given lodging,
224 Kodiak residents were evacuated to Seattle via Navy air Transport.
226 people were evacuated from villages of Old Harbor and Kaguyak.
75 men working on salvage boats were given food for one week.
10 Men from one ranch were given food for one week.
50 people at Ouzinkie were given food for one week.
50 people at Afognak were given food for one week.
1,320 gallons of fuel were given to Ouzinkie.
10,000 gallons of fuel were distributed to salvage boats.
ROOMS AVAILABLE
The Vista View has room now for four more roomers.

COLD STORAGE
Cold Storage plant manager says he now expects to be processing dungeness crab within six days! He said he will be ready to receive crab this Wednesday with a few breaks.

WORK CONTINUES
It might be Sunday but Kodiak continues to dig out of it's rubble and ruin with demolition crews going full blast at 7:00 a.m. this morning. The huge bonfires burn constantly with leave smoke creating somewhat of a pall over the entire area, especially during the drizzly rainy days such as today. Salvage boats and crews are busy plying the immediate area waters bringing in piling, planking and floats which are being used in the Gibson Cove where crews are operating the piledriver, building the two access roads and assembling the floats. Diver crews continue searching the Marine Way boat harbor and repairing and refloating fishing craft. Search parties continue to search island bays and comb beaches for survivors and casualties. City Hall continues operating on full time 24-hour a day basis as the nerve center of all operations with the City Manager Ralph Jones directing and coordinating activities as well as handling all efforts to expedite efforts to get funds for reconstruction of the community facilities.

GOOD NEWS
Word has been received that Glen Banks, owner of City Market is now doing very well following surgery at Virginia Mason hospital in Seattle and can receive visitors.

PTA BOARD MEET
The Kodiak PTA BOARD will hold a meeting at 7:30 Tuesday night at the High School according to PTA President Rev. Don Bullock.

HAS MESSAGE
The Red Cross is holding a message for Robert Hall - (not Kodiak Airways Hall.)

MONTMARTRE INN DINING ROOM OPEN
The Montmartre Inn is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner now with hours from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. every day according to Von Strout.

TO ENFORCE PRICE FREEZE
REGULATIONS CONCERNING THE FREEZING OF PRICES, INCLUDING RENTS, WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. IT IS REQUESTED THAT ALL VIOLATION BE REPORTED TO CHIEF OF POLICE JACK L. RHINES.

KODIAK ALEUTIAN REALTY
George Cornelius announced today his realty office is now located in the house across the street from where Krafts' Dry Goods once stood.

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