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106th CONGRESS
  1st Session
S. RES. 195

 Expressing the sense of the Senate concerning Dr. William Ransom Wood.


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                   IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES

                            October 4, 1999

  Mr. Stevens (for himself and Mr. Murkowski) submitted the following 
             resolution; which was considered and agreed to

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                               RESOLUTION


 
 Expressing the sense of the Senate concerning Dr. William Ransom Wood.

Whereas Dr. William Ransom Wood's tireless dedication and wisdom have earned him 
        honorable distinction for his work in the city of Fairbanks, the State 
        of Alaska, and the Nation;
Whereas Dr. Wood served his country with distinction in battle during World War 
        II as a captain in the United States Navy;
Whereas Dr. Wood served the people of Alaska as president of the University of 
        Alaska, chairman of the American Cancer Society, vice president of the 
        Alaska Boy Scout Council, member of the Alaska Business Advisory 
        Council, chairman of the Alaska Heart Association, and numerous other 
        organizations;
Whereas Dr. Wood served the people of Fairbanks as mayor, chairman of the 
        Fairbanks Community Hospital Foundation, president of Fairbanks Rotary 
        Club, and in many other capacities;
Whereas the city of Fairbanks, the State of Alaska, and the Nation continue to 
        benefit from Dr. Wood's outstanding leadership and vision;
Whereas Dr. Wood is the executive director of Festival Fairbanks which desires 
        to commemorate the centennial of Fairbanks, Alaska, with a pedestrian 
        bridge which shall serve as a reminder to remember and respect the 
        builders of the twentieth century; and
Whereas it shall also be in Dr. Wood's words, ``a memorial to the brave 
        indigenous people. Who came before and persisted through hardships, 
        generation after generation. The Centennial Bridge is a tribute to their 
        stamina and ability to cope with changing times.'': Now, therefore, be 
        it
    Resolved, That the United States Senate urges the Secretary of 
Transportation Rodney Slater to designate the Fairbanks, Alaska 
Riverwalk Centennial Bridge community connector project as the Dr. 
William Ransom Wood Centennial Bridge.
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