10 YEARS AGO

Nov. 29, 2009 — Solid wood dashboards, leather interiors and immaculately polished bodies are just the beginning of the pre-World War II automobiles that now belong to Tim Cerny of the Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum.

“You won’t find any plastic in here,” said chief mechanic and museum manager Willy Vinton.

 

25 YEARS AGO

Nov. 29, 1994 — Taking heed of his staff’s recommendations, University of Alaska President Jerome Komisar released a list on Monday of $16 million in proposed cuts to the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus.

 

50 YEARS AGO

Nov. 29, 1969 — JUNEAU — Gov. Keith Miller is powerless to enter the price dispute that has idled most of the king and tanner crab boats in Alaska, his top aide says.

 

75 YEARS AGO

Nov. 29, 1944 — The News-Miner did not publish on this date. Here is an item from Nov. 28, 1944 —OTTAWA, Canada — The Canadian House of Commons today was called in secret session on the Dominion-splitting conscription issue, after Canadian Premier Mackenzie King declared that lack of “reasonable” unity was a question that might to anarchy in Canada.