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Springville beats Orem; improves to 30-1- 4, 4-- 0 1 gem Saturday September Utah Valley 11, 2004 Edition www.harklheterald.cwii 50 CENTS YOUR TOWN YOUR NEIGHBORS YOUR NEWSPAPER IVan forces residents Matheson to leave Florida Keys ASSOCIATED unvefls d) heat and high humidity, and thousands had in Palm Beach Hilary Roxe THE VP to cope with sewage backups PRESS plan for County. Ivan is expected to arrive in the Keys on Monday, exactly a month after Hurricane Charley ripped across the state from the KEY. WEST, Fla. In an alUoo-famittdrill, Floridians got out of town or boarded ar up their windows and stocked up on canned food Friday as Hurricane Ivan threatened the state with its third thrashing in a month. Business owners in the Florida Keys faced another bad weekend as tourists and residents fleeing the storm crowded the lone highway that leads to the mainland. Around the state, meanwhile, more than of a million victims of last weekend's Hurricane Frances were still without electricity in the almost three-quarte- west. Fatigued residents covered windows with shutters and plywood. "First it was Charley, then Frances, and it's like, 'Oh, please leave us alone. No more storms,' " RuthNaset said as she closed her family's business on Duval Street, Key West's main drag. Together, Charley and Frances killed at rs See HURRICANE, wfff, economy ,jgg-vaia8- HUHI VALLBONAAssociated Press data during a confer- Hurricane specialist Lixion Avila, right, goes over ence call at the National Hurricane Center as Monroe County emergency manager BUly Wagner, National Hurricane Center director Max MavHeld, and U.S. Now meteorologist Lt. Dave Roberts wait so they can discuss Hurricane Ivan's progress on Friday in Miami A3 Travis Reed THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SALT LAKE OTY Democratic gubernatorial candidate Scott Matheson Jr. unveiled his plan for Utah's economy Friday a several-point proposal that piggybacks heavily on his pledge to strengthen education policy in the state. Matheson said Utah needed to cultivate and keep a skilled work force that would help attract businesses and encourage expansion to stem a drop in the state's relative wages. One way to do that, he said, was " supproviding port for education in Utah His proposal didn't outline any monetary specifics for that support, but tied it in with points from his "Pledge to Education," which included recruiting talented new teachers and retaining or replacing ones that are underperforming. Matheson said economic growth meant supporting colleges and universities - not just because they're a quick ticket to higher-payin- g jobs, but also because they generate hightech research and development that can bring in bundles of money for successful new tech- REFLECTING AND REMEMBERING 911 ar 35 -- j V t "across-the-board- i 0 nologies. is part of just about "High-tech everything we do in the private sector," he told a handful of reporters in a genetics building at the University of Utah Both Matheson and his opponent, Republican Jon Huntsman Jr., have identified economic develand opment as a high priority -- . See MATHESON, A3 J' ' Scientists hope Genesis will still yield info J FRANK 4i BOTTDaily Herald Remembering: Members of the Utah Valley State College ROTC program unfold the American flag early Friday morning in front of the McKay Events Center in of Sept. 11,2001. The event was sponsored by PACE, which is an organization of the UVSC employees. commemorjation Nation prepares to remember tmrd; amiiversary of attacks PaulFoy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SALT LAKE CITY first plane struck the World soaring into the night sky. Trade Center. At the Pentagon, officials will Democratic presidential candilay a wreath and observe a moLast year.chfl- - ment of silence. And in Pennsyldate Sea John F.Kerry will honNEW YORK ' dren's voices echoed across-- : or victims of the attacks;, includvania, bells will toll across the is it state at the fourth zero. This the Vear, th&jamote ing those who were on the two ground bereaved parents fnd grandpar- plane went down. planes that took off from Boston's s of World Trade Center Nationwide, communities will Logan International Airport that who will read aloud the' v observe Sept. 11 in their own day, at the Boston Opera; House.. ; names of those lost on Sept. 11, ways, with services at firehouses, He has also recorded a national memorial Dedications, the foiling 2001. v radio address for the anniversary. T.AIMN. t A fltA MlllHlf A itldf f" nf luiTtfl AHA fllll AAMIMfWHMI T HhUIH After last year $ heartbreaking f' l ill cc yccua iv uic muiuiv uicu, v u MUU oiiu nag vacwuuira. ui terrorists flew the first plane' irito: Springfield, Mo., a garden win be reading hy children who lost ' dedicated the twin towers, a moment of si-victims, and in ; loved ones, this year's list of the : Satv 8:4 zero at a.m. residents be at New to held dead win read ground lence will be Mexico, plan to begin the ceremony at 'fj gather af att Albuquerque church byparents and grandparents ot . victims. Some also will read po-Then, m what has . gromd ems or passages. Mayor Michael v become an anniversuylra'btiDn ' '! President Bush and his' Bloomberg, bis predecessor the names of the 2,749 teadejcea-wife, ter victims wfll be recited, with;5'' Laura,'wiU attend a prayer ser-- i : Rudolphiliani, New York 'Gov. w nauses for three more moments vice Saturday mcrning at St. George Pataki and New Jersey ' MIKE HVOZDAAssocieted press :. Gov. Jim McGreevey are also of silence at 9:03, 959 and 1&2$ John's Episcopal Church across A from the to test of the Tribute ki Uaht memorial illumWhite House. They win .scheduled am to mark when the second ? participate. : ' inates a passing cloud above lower Manhattan plane struck and each tower cbk, . later observe a moment of silence h Nancy Brandemarti, who has v. ; iaosed. The(day of remembrance on the White House's South : r$f-onThursdaymNewYorkThetwinbeamswill ? See REMEMBER, A6 be turned on today for the third anniversary. win end with twin beams of light Lawn, at 8:46 ajn., the time the Sara Kiigler THE ASSOCIATED PRESS yic-tim- ' . - , toIl ' y za , ' v . js , , 'i. . -N- ASA sci- entists said Friday they have recovered some critical pieces of the Genesis space capsule intact and are optimistic the wreckage wffl yield valuable information about the origins of the solar system. "We should be able to meet many, if not all, of our science goals," said physicist Roger C Wiens of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. The Genesis capsule spent 2Vj years gathering solar atoms, but crashed wMe returning to Earth on Wednesday, slamming into the ground at nearly 200 mph after its parachutes failed to opea It cracked open tike a clamshell and badly damped an inner canister containing disks that conected the atoms. Scientists have been peering inside the canister with flashlights and mirrors. They had feared the wafers that make 350 palm-sizeup the disks would shatter tike See GENESIS. A2 . INSIDE ,i Bush leads Kerry as Democrat loses ground onissues, III hi' 'nil Poll: AP , If the election were held today, for ' whom would you vote? . S1 46S- 2' ri John ' VPresfdent Bush : f Kerry votttt M 7- - Ralph Nader h frterviewied i M- mwybi of error SOU1KE: frOhfubHc Which issues are more important in deciding how you will vote? between - Aften forAP s 64 31 Creating Jobs Protecting 'I( - Unsure Sept J 5 unsure and he has strengthened his post FournietW; ' tion on virtually every issue imTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS portant to voters; from the war in ' - WASHlkjTON President ; Iraq and creatiifg jobs two v Bush opens the faU campaign sources of criticism to matters - with a slight lead over Democrat- of national security and values. Since the Democratic National . k Sea John Kerry, an Associated Convention ended in late Jury, iTess pou snows, as voters ex-- . the president has erased any press growinf; confidence in the direction of the country and the . : gains Kerry had achieved while performance of the incumbent. tV reshaping the political landscape ' Seven weeks before Election of in his favor: Nearly two-thir' Day, the Republican is considered voters think the protecting ' significantly more decisive, tSeeCMAIGM-Astrong and likable than Kerry,, LOCAL Dt WEATHER CS Nearly OBITUARIES 04 tkvrthirds of UFE&STYIE B1 OPINIONS A5 Ron Race for president .' Sen. v 111 "" "' Ski ' the country t 837 registered between Sept oter kiterviewerj mergin of error S.S ' . , P2 UTAH ' Voters think ; protecting j country ; js more important than creating . i Inht. II ! J - mJiW iv r HOROSCOPE B5 MOVIES 85 SPORTS CI COMICS , ' ' M $; v Hot and sunny HIGH 90 LOW 59 VOLUME 82 ISSUE 42 '