to guns a Nu. 9 De 'ak named new editor of weekly youth page The News-Miner will resume publication of ils weekly youth page, devoted to school and youth activities in the Fairbanks area, beginning Tuesday, Jan. 11. The page will be ediled by Erzsi De'ak, a senior at West Valley High School. De'ak, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William De'ak, also edits West Valley's student newspaper, the "Blizzard", and is a member of the school's yearbook staff. She is a native of Pasadena, Calif. The weekly youth page will publish reports of area-wide youth activities as well as reports from elementary', junior high and high schools throughout Ihe borough. Deadline for the Tuesday page is Thursday afternoon o( the previous week. Mailed material may be sent to: Youth Page, Daily News-Miner, Box 710, Fairbanks, 99707, or may be delivered lo (he newspaper al 200 North Cushman. Students, teachers and youth groups are encouraged to submit written material or photos for the page. In addition, the News-Miner is seeking ERZSI DE'AK student correspondents from area junior high and high schools. Students interested may contact De'ak after 3 p.m. al the News-Miner, 456-6661, or leave a message.