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B y The Associated Pre
Press
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^ - i ; ,
p e2 r o v / e r
F our Phantom F-4 (ighti
ghter bom tters staged airi
Irpori, said h e could nelU
sither confirm nor
sim ilar sw eeps about three
iree hours la te r at I:IS den
eny the tie llo ^ le r .Incident
ent. Nor would be.
; BEIRUT, Ldsanon
)n •— U.S. Jets swept overr p.m (6:l5a.m .E S T ),ltsal(!
said.
con
onfirm the reported reiconna
n alssance flights.
• B eirut’s southern subi
wburljs on reconnaissancei
The official radio repi
reported th e missile
*■ cannot comment on
"We
>n any tactical olr
^nissJons S aturday m inutes a f te r a ground-■ ■
' Incident, but gave ao deL
detaUs. T he Voice of mat
laneuvers," Olfver said.
io -alr m issile w as lired
red at;a n d missed, a Navy’■ Lebanon ra d io StaUon oftthe
th< rig h tist ChrisUan
„
Mean\rtiUe.
U.S.'special
Ml
: helicopter o v er tbeI U
U.S. M arine base, state' Phalange P a rty said the
M iddle E ast envoy
he m issile w as fired
>^dk)8ald.
__ ,
onald Rumsfeld and Rlcha
-.-from . B eirutis. Hay„cl:SelIui
JIum.nelghbortiood..a_.}f5?
^
M i ^ h y the
;S.-asslstant secretary of sta
: ; 'n ie je ts stageid noratU
a t icia^itS'drew no'flrei'' stronghold of onti-govemm
state for N ear Easl
Timent Shiite Moslem
id South Aslan affairs, mei
. B eirut radio said.. ..
net wiUi Lebanese
m ilitiamen.
Pivj
resident
Amin
Gemayel.
I
■ l l ie M arines woidd
idd not comment on the
, Uie suite radio
The Hay el-Sullum militls
liUamen a r e known lo
ported.
: i-adlo reports. possess shoulder>iired1 SAM-7
I
"Strella"
^
I F orm ations of F-14
T
14 Tomcat
interceptor Jets missiles, but neither station
tion reported the type
Nt
NelUier
Am erican officialII m
r ade any state'
off from U.S. aaircraft
l
ca rrie rs fn the of
i m issile o r the type of helic
elicopter Involved.
men
ent after the 90-mlnute! rm eeting at lhe
- - Medlterraofean off Lebj
Lebanon’s coast, the radio , Capt. K eith OUver. a spoki
esldenUol palace. Both th<
M kesm onfortheU .S. pres
then flew to Am•-^d.
Marines
based at liclni
1
elnit’s Intem atlonal man
an. Jordan, the radio said.
j. ]It said the talks
I
S u n d a y , J a n u a r y 29,1984
ES
e iru t
used on the progress of a Sai
focuse
^udi-sponsored M arineBconUngent
co
on several occasions since
n to establish a tn ie cease-flrc
plantc
Ire in Lebanon.
lastSep(er
ptember.
In1 Amman,
/
officials said R
Rumsfeid an d
The magazine
ma
also quoted Jum blaU as
rphy met wlUi King Hussein,
i
Murph
n, but Uwre was- saying In ao
i Interview that he plans to meet
nowvord
or on what they discussed,I.
soon InI northern
noi
Lebanon with former
ovem m ent troops and Syrian-backed
S
d en t Sulel
ulelman Fraoileb. a Maroolte Chriso S eise* insurgents exchangedd interm ittent
tian, u)d
and former P rim e Mbiister Rashid. '
artUlei
llery and m o rtar fire In Uie Balssour
Bt
bluffs
Karamll,I, aaSunni Moslem, to Uy to enlist Uielr
e a s tt of
of Beirut and the Kharroub
lb region to th e supportt for
foi a campaign to force Gemayel’s
il. ‘No casualUes were reporte
ted.
re^gnaUor
lUon. Jum biatt, FVanJieh and KaramI
^ Jie
J ijLetianese m agazine al-Shli
hirra on Satur- lead thee opposiUon
op]
National SalvaUon F ro n t..
day qu
quoted Druse leader Walld
Id Jum biatt a s
Gemayel
ayel, meanwlUle, accused the Druse
demam
landing an International Invi
ivesligaUon l>e com m unltj
mlly of trying to make setUement of the
conduc
IucUk! Into U.S. naval bomi
mbardment of
I.<»haw>w»
s e crisis ’‘Impossible’’ by flret de*
D ruse
se vUlages in Lebanon's ce
cenU-al moim- m anding
t reinstatement of Uie InacUve
lg Uie
tains.
s. IU.S. ships have fired In support
si
of th e
• . See MIDEAST on Page A2
P r i <i d e pTju t a t co d d s b y s<c h o o »1 c o n :i s o l i dl a t i o n
■
L e g i s ht t o r s t a r g ee, t e d t h e u o {//ey
li
-.Mor«tmn;BO
mom
aney by consolidating.
ne, there
i—..........'
In
In Twin Falls County alone,
a ree eight
e
school disUlcts, som(
imewiUi
KIMBEF
EHLY
HANSE
ISEN |;jM U R T ^liO H |
TWIN FALLS —
- Every few descho(
iiools less than five miles
les from
c a d e s, it seems, Idol
laho residents take
their
unty has
2i r neighbors. Jerome Count
a h a rd look at Ihcli
sir school districts
two0 districts. In Lincoln County.
Co
a n d decide someoff tithem have to go.
there
!re a r e three; In Gooding Co
f i j n V O r t J W l FAVOH
-OR j ^ M v o R
i
T h is app>ears toJ ibe one of those
four.
ir.
tim e s.
F^or
oi there lo be change, Uie
thi full
iV .'
- ^ B j . . N-ll
Typically, the ba
batUe- over which
Legis
,
g islature must acl. The commllcor
o n es arc lost is len
nmenda
]
engthy and highly
tee’s
:’s consolidalion recommi
em otional, involving
ro p o ^
'
ns already have been'prop
lng communily as
tfons
3lidatlng__
e. In the end, there
lnclu(
luding ^lans lohelp.^consolid
w ell a s school pride.
" ,'sornetlm es'are fac^l
e s .: ,
«-savlrig dwisi'ons
d istri
tric ts over financial hurdles,
- . o v e r location and ct^ls,
cc
deslgned.to------,Stiv
tiv e rs would like to see the
Uie con.p u t the best blu^
lUons of
^
IdaUbn bf the sdmlnlstraUo;
1^ ^ on 'li>kvirwe
sollda
h.of Uie
lea st^ w o districts In each.o
changes. That may^happenthistlnie,
h
a t lea
r M a ^ c Valley counUes.
In 1983, Housee -Speafcer Tom
liffe ^ t" W
" e‘re"paylag for severi'dlffi
seven bus syst
S tiv e rs, R-Twln Fall
alls, appointed an
s u plerlntendents,
er
ystem s,
cm pjUT(±aslng. systems,, seven
s
■ in te rim legWaUvee : c o m m it^ , to.
seven
|H g C j j |^ 5 3
Idehtlfy i h ^ counlie
co
t l u with tbo rh'any
a ttb)m
rr eys~— just for a IllUe! 'county'
tT 'w inFaU s,” hesays.
school districts, wh«
here the costs of
llkeT
g some
!e Is not alone In seeing
:
ducation are high
He
p a y in g for public edi
lallsize.
benefi
b ec au se of their smai
ors also
e fits to be gained. Educators
F o u r of the 12 co>
xiuntlBSJhe_cQm- _ are_ln
Ion, but
ire in the Magic . instea
m ltte o identified art
e a d of looking at Uie cost savings
sav
InBllsa,59stud<
Idents are enroUed Ih secor
scondaty students; Murtattgh h as
)
V alley. It concluded
d that school disto the.
tie .$tat$,.they are looking m
mo:oreal th e combined Jt
Junior and sen io r 89s
tr ic ts In Twin Falls,
s, Jerome, Goodthe bbera e flts to students, who In some
highs. Dietrich ha
" It doesn't cost much for even
ii
has SOio Uie top ^
"It
^ in g -aA tkl^ coln-couni
9S. go to extremely small sch<
inUes-could-save-----cases.
ichools,— gradesrTTie-Rfchf
hfleld d istricth as-M — --See
^ ooN soianO T ioN M PiaB 'A a-------------r
B y ANNETTE CAR'
RY
T/flies-iVeiw writer
r
,
SKm’nBale?!
S e e k i ni g b r o a d e r • e< d u c a t i o n I
.
m n
||S H n
Tmn Mfwi ptno / SKYF. SAVESCX
ESON
M ik e S t a r k , . to
to p , P r a t t
/ M a t t h e w s oo rn d C r a i g
S t a n g e r a rre
e Ja t h l e t e s
c o n c e r n e d b y p r o p o s a ls
f o r J o i n i n g K ii m b e r l y .
M u r t a u g h a ni d H a n s e n
s c h o o lI d i s t r i c t s .
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Schoc
ool
c o n s o lid a lio n
P a rt O n e
B y ANNETTE CARY
^
Times-Nows writer
alte mn aativ e, boUi daughtersi play
p
basket!
etbaU.
h e sports programs have beena
bee
.
1 in m y side," Mrs. Adamsssays.
st
drlgals o r orchestra would
wo
fit them down Uie road fa r m ore
etbaU.
learning to play basketb
jtth
e trie d to discourage It,- but
tl e y
to b e wiUi Uielr friends."
Btimes
H err 0oldest daughter Is sometir
i
n
gono th
U ree ' nights a week play S
baskeU]
stball, Mra. Adams says, i
-S oePB O oiiP.geA 3
MURTAUGH - Uj rl r y and Kathy
A d a m s of Murtaughh don't Uilnk of
them selves a s oppo
ponents of- Uie
lifestyle around
sm all-tow n, rural Iif
th em .
B u t when it comes to children, Uiey
th in k children should1gget as brood an
ed u catio n as possible.5.
solldaUon of the
T h ey support consol
WlUl
M urtaugh School District
I
ly to Widen Uieir
H a n sen and Kimberly
c h ild re n 's worlds........
. M u r t a u j has giv<
iven their five •
- ch ild re n 'a"good educ
ucation so (Hr,
M rs. Adam s says.
“ T h ey ’ve been prelt;
ilty good on acad e m ie s ,’^ she says. "Tl
'They've offered
good dosses." Bult boUi parents
believe Uielr chlldre
Iren and Uielr
‘
cla ss m a te s could bej
Knefil from a
l a r g e r high school,
ll. With more
choices in class oofferings and
ex tra cu rricu lar acUvIt
'lUes, and m ore
com petition.
In particular, Mrs.. jAdams would
like to see her twoI (daughters In:ular music ac*
volved in extracurricu!
tlv ltle s where they cou
ould excel. She
s a y s h e r oldest dau
aughter, Amy,
w a n ts to sludy music: L
In college and
. is-w o rid jig toward aII music scholarsh ip .
B ut M urtaugh has} no extracurric u ia r music program
m oUicr Uian a
pep band, composed
9d of mosUy
.
Junlbr-high
students.
ts.
As
an
SmallII s c h o o l s
ByANNETTECAI
;ARY
(er
TYmes-ATews write
M URTAUGH-- Devon A ndersen
b egan teaching a t Murtaugh High
School 25 yearsB ago, and d esp ite
m o re lucraUve co
college coaching of*
•re.
fe rs, he’s StUl there
His decision to>sstay Is re flec te d in
rd consolldaUon. “ If
atU tude toward
)Udflted, our valu e s,
Uio schools consoU.
o ur fram es of refe]
ference. our outlook
would be overwhel
lelmed by tb e o th e r
schools."
tte a c h v a l u e s
- .
Hbichose to stay WlUl U» lower pay
He
i
scale
a le and limited onxutunlUes for
i|
carcffl
ireer advancement, because be
,
anted lo raise his lO dilldren'ln'fl------------"h
nail, rural community and have
j•
them
i
em altendaam
all,niralscbool.
But before bis youngest child, who
is ln
in ff
grade scbooi, graduates, he m ay
;<
BM
M
see
H u rta u j .High Sdtool d l ^
ar.
\
P®^And.
\ndersen, Uke inany Magic Valley
J
Ildents, has mixed views on Uie
'T
loUonal subject of consolldaUon.
;
emoUc
•SeeCONaoI*a«»AS'
The series: A1view
i from boothsides
'J'^
^7b our readers: ■
School consolldaUon Is
is an emotional subject, 1Involving-both
ants lo see th eir
iride. Put simply, no one war
“com m unity and school prid
school
disappear.
sc
Y et, if consolldaUon proceeds
pn
In the Magic Val
’alley, that will
happen.
W hat wUI Uwse decisions
ons mean lo the people whoI live
II here? How
f a r sbould consolldaUon go?
go‘ Will cducaUonal quality
ty bo Improved?
Jo
W local control be diluUK
WUl
iie effect on Uie
Jled or lost? What wUl be Uit
tow ns, tho teams, the peopi'
opie who support the schools
Is and Uielr way
of life?
9olldatlon issue,
. T hose questions, and oUi
oUiers, He behind the consol
•,
oday and for the
w *hich we wUl explore in Tht
The Tlmes-News, stariing lod
n e x t six days.
T h e series was written by Tlmes-News education rep
'eporter Annette
there and then
C ary , a Kimberly resident
v attended high schoolI L
nt who
J®
tyofOregon.
d id h e r coUege U^lnlng in1Journalism
Joi
a t the University
r
nt nearly
three montiis Intervl
h'lcwlng dozens
. J F o r the series, she spent
of residents on both sides of IUie quesUon. Tho result IssUiisseries.
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A NN ETTE CARY
C o v e rin g e d u c a t i o n b e a t
HopefiW s Hamseriy/A dam ison splfeak, bltut not]to eachh other
- By MARY STEVENSON
71)eAssociated Press
—
no0 cobvious contact with cach cother during a his re-<
5-elecUon plans somethne
le n ex t month. Um csduri
luring his rem arks,
Sail
aturday m eeting of the Idah
daho Republican gotasU
standing ovaUon as he rose
t speak,
e to
Hunscn
c n reminded the crowd of' hhis role in
staU
tate central conunittee.
As Adamson
A(
listened, Hansen
Ul told about a variousi <
deral hap*
Congressional and fede
Rep. George Hansen,
Hi
BOISE (AP). — U.S. Rep
Hansen
a n d Adamson made
ide the rounds of recent-t- breakfast meeting -wllti
Ilth President penlngs.i.
n h trial on federal tho
10 various tables, shaking; hands
ht
Mtfco-teoeg. a .M a t ch 19th
w ilh the Reagan
an in Washington. D.C., ai
a n d about "a
Hansen,
cn, who garnered naUonalII attenUon
disdospro peop
chargcfl of fUlng false financial
(ir
eople present but managing
lg Ito avoid each llngerln
'ing handshake" he ai
and Reagan when he
:o free tho
le went to Iran to try to
ired of t)elng idciced othe
statem ents, s a y s tie’s tirec
iier.
exchanj
a t the end of it.
;an hostages, got applausee when he
Am erican
around.
Ad
Adamson
introduced hlmseil
iself to so m e of
Andh
t he told the state central cor
xim m lttee Uiat i^ a U e di recent
r
trips to Nebraska1 Ito visit a
But Jerom e Countyf P rosecutor Dan thos<
IOSO seated os "the fellaI who’s running he couJi
uJdn’t have accomplishedd w
> hat he lias group of m en JaUed In a dispute
Jte over a
Adamsoo, WtK>*8 <*hnllAn|
jolnst George Hansen."
Ienglng Hansen in agolj
without
lit Uiem.
iredlted church school,
non-accre<
Idaho’s May p rim ary, say
Shortly a fte r th e meeting beg
says the seven-term
Sh
began, tim e was
"It'ss a little like playing fo
football. The
"T h a t’s Soviet Union sluff, Uiat’i
it’s Iranian
rnngr«Ug<ftnnl n iririr
tniwH fnr Vlanc/«r< hold Whfl'
trlct—R epubllcan-ls__allou
/hat he ca lie d -" a— quarteri
jrback^doesnU go very far-i
T,” he'saia“
l r - |^ h e - d o ^ ’t--8lu^f^b'ut■i
lit it'ough'tn’t'to'happen'here',
“ running for bis political life.’!
life
"
p n•e-campilgn
x
p re ss Conference.’
ce.”
. have a good strong line," Hans
uisen told the o fth eja lllr
illlngs.
l l i e two men w e re in tbe
e sam
SI e room but Iiad
Ha
Hansen, wlu) 'says he'll proba
Dbably announce crowd., wtiich broke loto applai
ilause severa]
As h c: has
h
before, Hansen saidI he
I Is the
f-v
ii'
I
prosecuUon," claiming
v ictim of "selecUve
"sel
h e ’s t>een accused
acc
while others commiting
I
sim llarallegcd
‘ged violaUons have not.
“ I think what
wh£ you see is a UtUe righteous
IndignaUonI at having somebody, kick you
around. I’mI Urcd
Un of being kicked," be said.
A sked ^ ulOUt
t Uie effect tbe trial could have .
|
on ills efforts
I retain his seat, Hansen said
rts lo
;
'
th e voters will keep him in ofCce "If people
know w hat I1 know
ki
and we’re able to commu-^
, ;
erly.” '
n ic a te properly
~ " I ‘UiInk‘Uio
U ie 'p e o p ie 'o n d a h o -w o 'u irn ^ y --------- .t
think I wasn't
<1
n't doing
anything If I wasn’t In the
j
m id d le of a fight,"
fi^
he added
/■
,
A-2Tini®5-Nows,Twlni
vin Falls. Idaho
-rSunday, Ja
r
January
29,1084
..
r p B r i ce f l ^ = R e a g a n t o0 re
i v e a l e le c tio ►
nn p
WASHINGTON
N ((A P ) - P re sid e n t R eagaz
close his re-elecUa
;tku) p la n s S u n d ay
In j
televised speech1 ai
a o d tb e se n k tr a id e w itb tl
- - ... " Personal Ues to tbe
lbe p re sk len t so ld **l'ffi s o r e I
toanoouDce’'hi8cai
I candidacy fo r a seco o d te rm .
T hestateihratby
; by M i c b ^ K . D eav er. d eput
V
the White House} st
staff, c a m e a s d o s e a s any
[iday night after an argun
nment broke Out
fa ta lly Frida
a m o n g fo uirrir
men in a Waveland home,
s r s
R e a g n rw lttra n :--------------- 7 -
■ fh S > 5 ^
. '\
^ H id e a iS t —
■r* OoattauBdtromPagBAi
sAi
soldiers a s "muti
utbieers,**^ bot said tbe
Lebanese governm ent hadd agreed to give them
use-servicem en In Uie Leb
Drus*
when they re tu rn to
q>umlng due promotionsJ >
a rmn y and then aniarentiy q>i
service “ even the
iiough sucb a m ove is
e shootings, they said, th^ gi
government’s offer to do so.
gunman took tbe
tb e!'gc
u y te n n s ." The Druse
sday in a h eresy In military
n iiostage a s be fled oorth out
ou of town. 'Hiey
Tie offer w a sjn a d e Thursda;
’‘‘Hie
Id
to-'m eet'D ruse d e m a i^ Uuit
Uu had _ servicem en had refused to flght
imman stopped at KUn_whe:
(jere he allegedly
Wd to
n ilitiam en during a
»fe and took a'w om w and a if-yearold glri
stall© ' 'Im plem ratatloh ooff' the against Druse 'm
v arfareln S ^ te m b e r.
----- S a i ^
UI, whic^
flare up of civil wa
id l-^ > q ^ re d security plan,
i
G& nayel saidI Ihis goveriim ent was
bei
ir iieaded north uDtil thele male b o ^ g e ’ ’ w u jld
l d cTMte buffer zwjes bitvfeea
•nd-govtold
b
y
.U
^
a
n
d
S
I
Saudi m ediators that
rrlhgLJfiictldns:aad.‘.extend,
to persuade-tbe- gunmahi- to release • the.......-Waixl
issue of th e Druse
s.
. resolving tbe is
m entcontrol in some areas.
Bt Nocoise Crossing, when
ere they-alerted
e m iw
tb e w ay for
A statem
s
ay by a -s o ld ie rs would clear
<
ent Issued Friday
tbesecurityplon.
tmascus, enforcem ent of tbi
ior ,|dde to Jum blatt bl Dama
T he m anI W
J ^ to tte d In F ort Worth,
was
h. Texas, around ' senior
n tbe
Two officers in
I Lebanese arm y, '
iel Uie
d aw nbutelud«
................
S yria, >lndicated.tbe. Druse ielt
luded'pollce, officers said,
ncession -who asked that: their
t
nam es not be
r was
oot enough "of a conce
s te d at Midland.
o ffer
i
Late*-' nvever, a suq;>ect was arresl
tatem ent S aturday to
)lan.
used, issued a sta
ppiauthorilles.
K > galn
^ thetrapprovil for Uie plac
T e x a s, and was
w a being beld for Mtssissipp
em ayel issued a statement
S
[Hoscus tb a t Indicated
It Saturre p o rters in Dami
»m en would refuse to
.describbig tbe inactives Druse
£
th e D ra w servicei
la n
The 72-yearold
Id p re sid en t h a s been coy
telllog people to tuzM
tune In a 6 ;65 p .m . M ST to fln d
But tbe estabUst
lU shment of a n e x td ts lv e ;n
apparatus, the moo
Mod o f h is aid es, a n d th e tlm l
announcement —
- tc
too la te lo tb e
cyd
' I
'
-
c a m ^ g n f o rth e m
imsselves le a v e s alm o st DOBl
lo w s tb e jo b
^^'He feels a great
sat s e n se o f d u ty a n d b e know
isn’t finished, "said:
lid D eaver. “ In h is own fra m
me o f m ind,
it would be veryf b a r d to go b a c k (to b isI C alifornia
ranch) and dig post
w st boles an d g e t out o n tb
b e m ash e d
potato cU ruit" ddi'
Id iv e rln g afteixU nner
ecbes as a
retired president.
m a d e m is s ile s c a p tu re d
S o v ie t^ m
CA PETO W
^ Sooth AiWca (AP) —Sot
WN.
iouth Africa says
it h a s captured
ired a new Soviet-made. SAU
AM-9 surface-toa i r m issile syt
system aod called it tbe} Iflret complete
s y s te m o f iisi kind
l^ to foil Into Western ban
tods.
Col. Ju liuss Krlel,
K
director of Intelliger
!ence for Ute air
■
Mt consolidate to tbe next 'fo tir:
fiot
percent,
i^ears. tbe Legislature would do it fev t
Furthermore.-tJ
• tbe survey partlclyear
p an ts would go beyond
be
w hat S tivers
then
hem.
- “
to Mtoldoka County, four different •
nsolldate tb e high
In
w ants ond cons
Elections were needed before a hIgt}.
sdiools. not just the
tl] adm inistrations,
elect
ichool finally w as built for tbe estbre!
However, no- one
3e wants th e grade
schoi
xmnly. Tbat w as afte r most students:
sdiools consolidi
dated. th6 survey
coua
found,
aitt A
Ac c ^ a Kigb h4id abandoned Uielr;
chool and were traveling to R tv e rt; •
T hat m ay dovet
etail with a commuschoc
rtiere they Uiought tbey were getting. .
nity c^lnion poll to
In Dietrich, done by
wher
the scbooi board
rd -last y ea r. T hat
a biBlter
hist education, says Lee M errill,:
tie first
clerk of tbe coosoUdated! '
Hmd wide opposition
the
1
survey, whicb foui
chool d istrict ..
to consoUdaUoo, did
d not distinguish schoc
Supporters
o f consoIIdatloQ then,;
betw een consolida
daUon a t the highSu;
>und diangtog tbe sdioo) qrstem no ‘
school, Junior-hlgt
gh and elem entaiy
found
asier than tbe siqiporters of coit-levels.
easie
ilidaUoaflnd
It today.
f,
Hansen
and
solids
In
Klmberiy,
“ It (consolidating tbe sdiools) w a s:
M urtaugh, the citizens
ci
group a{v ^ ^'It
tough Job aod seem ed like bumping ;
p o i n t s by the tiu
hree school boards ' atoui
Mir head against a rock wall." J. J . ;
h as com e out In
in support of con- yourl
soHdaUon of Uie> Junior
J
ahEvery,
o n e o f the organizers of.
and senior
Vah
I
high schools in tbel
leMIoldokaconsoUdatkip, wrote to : ,
ethreetow ns.
theM
t o bring it abou
sm
memoirs. “So jnany people w e re;
H it, the Legislatiu«
his
m ight have to res
itermtoed to be against I t ” .
resolve conflicts to . deten
k e it easier for th e '
IInn ttbe current round of cooaollda-s ta te law s to make
in In
Uon
I the M agic Valley, several^
differing bondedI todebtedness of
c a phrilfitrirttn bexi
>resolved fairly-______arca_
•eaJegialators_wllLbe_5iwporttogI_____
bool consolidation, aitbougb they'
C^onsolldatlon Jlbi Idaho n ever has
scbooi
been easy, perhap
aps because m any
s ay
y it'
it will not be mandatory.
cture to th eir heads
AlUi
AlUiough citizens of aome of the
people c a n y a plcti
of a nostal^c
! one-room, red
conun
mm unities a r e besltai^ to coosoll* hich, they believe,
date,
lie. Ktoiberiy. Murtaugh and
schoolhouse in whi
d moral Instruction
Hanse
both education and;
msen may lead the way.
w ere superior to what
w
is offered to
“"II tUilnk that would set tbe patischools. • •
• tem
," says Sen. John Barker, Rm odem Americans
m,”
B ut the one-roon:
)m scbooi is vlrtih
Buhl,
thl. “ Up In the Moscow area,
aho and all but the
school
ally ^ n e from Idah
Iwols are falriy well-consolidated.
m ost isolated rural
ri
a re a s to
Theyt
e y Uiink we sbould be. too.”
im schools in Idaho
A m erica. One-room
romorrow: Tbe tiaaadal prodisappeared wben
a the L egislature
'josposedbycoasoUdaOooi
M7 that if they did
told districts In 194^
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small
all aphnoiiy (o teach EUlgllsh
llahand
reporters Friday the missi
isUes and tbeb:
m ath
, say:; Jam es Wright,
tb ,”
ht. the
L o n d o n p aa pp e r s c a n c e l a g [ad i n
m obile, arm ored
ore launcber were captured
ed Jan. 2 during
c h aJrm
in an
of
the
KImbi
mberiyLONDON (A P)' —
- T b e T im e s b e % v ^ p e rsI oolf London
a m ^ o r battle
Ue in South Africa's s h ^«ek Invositti of
Hanse
isen-M urtaugh
consolldj
lldation
itton for a tlilrd d a y S a tu
n ay and
' canceled publlcatloi
u rd
southem A ngols
comim
m lttee. “ But computers,i, vvideo
o re w ork ers in a n e scalatin
g d ispute
suspended 800 more
Ing
S outh Africa says i t was hunting bla
ilack-natlonalist
e ^ Ipm
p i ent. vocational tralnlnj
nlng —
n a n a g e rla l d u tie s In th e newvss lib
I rary .
g u e rrilla s tryln
ylng to InfUtrate neighborin
ing South-West
Utesej
se a re expensive. Yet, this is what
\
kxuU. p u U isb e r o f th e 198•N ew s'Intem attou
98-yeapold
A frica , also calli
:alled N am ibia;
- .
lents n e ^ today for collcgi
............................... studer
lege or*
dally Times of Loodo
Ute Sunday
odon a o d Its s is te r w eekly, the
>loyment.”
Tiroes, .said tbe fut
fu tu re o f b o tb new spapers
irs WM in
F is h e rmm
< en r e f u s e t o cai
atch fish
dm biistsatlve
consollda
lldation
. Jet^ ard y becauseI of n n a n d a l lo sses tb e p ape
dd not necessarily mean brot
would
ByTheAsjocIa
iciated P ress
jroader
I suffered.
rse offeriogs. F or that, siudi
course
ludents
Andrew Nell, edlto
ditor o f tbe S u n d ay T im es, s.
w bly need to be gathered
i a
A bout 300I ll!
id in
fishing boats In. C^allfomia
iia, Oregon and
I television Intanriew
t e s trlk e co u ld m »an thl■ee n1 e v m ^
IWtb
w s ih tag to nwere
™ idle for a ninth day Sati
Tal building. That meanss s(
some
aturday as West
d te
p e r would be closed
tcn q w ra rlly .
n g and loss of existing sd
scbooi
C o a st flshennei
men refused to accept a i ^ice
o cut (or Ihelr
lUty.
^ ^
ro c k fish c atch ,
A r g u m e n t e in d s i n t w o d e aa lt h s
lose changes would take5 some
sc
D eliveries 1ofl
of rockfish cam e to a virtual
lai halt after the
Ing used to for town^ieople
^
s ta rte d a
600-m em ber Fisbarm
Fi
Uss. (A P ) — A n a rg u m e n tI sl
lie who
"WAVELAND, Mlsa
eo's Marketing M
Association der ‘the schools as ihe centen
death, a n
e ld e d n ot to aaccept
o
ters of
crim e q>ree tb a t Included
loc
tw o m e n sbot' to de
less than 25 cents a pound al Uie
r' 'communities. School eve
events.
d o ck s, ^ d Pet^
arm ed robbery aod
k) th
tl re e iw ople b rfefly ta k enn thostage.
^ t e r P . Leipzig, an assoclat
iaUon oHIclal In
Icularly
sports,
a
ie
often
p
a
rilc
t
en Uie
E u re k a , Calif.
poUcesay.
ones th at draw reside
sidents
O regon fishtl plant
pi
ste d In T ex as on tw o c o u n tsI oolf capital
A m ao was arrestei
m anagers are aeekln{
Ing a price drop
th e r during the winter inI small
sn
e <
count o f
to ab o u t 18 cents
imts o f k ld n q ^ ln g and one
m urder, three couQti
m tsapound. Lelpzlgsaid.Pn
»rocessorehave
ic
VaUey
communities.
I arm e d rotdwry..
s a id tiiey a re unable
uu
to persuade buyers at
atsupermarket
TK
tuwns
lik
e
-to
compet
fso n aod
c h a in s to buyr high
hl| volumes of rockfish. commonlysold
I
Hancock County
ty Sheriff R onnie P etersc
co
gUve™
irs saya. “ You take the athlel
rV\ry] gfllft
mon .were.sh<M^___
U7>
hletlcs
a s x e d a n a p p eir,
r,!a t cur r ent prices.-----------^------- ^ -^ a v etan d X h lef-D o u
/. and
some of'ihem don’f^
v a
aw ay,
i
~^ve
d am n vwbetber scbools consolidate
late or
_____________
n o t.” •
is uie
B uitttbeyond the sports issue Is
of size. Some citizens sayy U
one of
’
_
a r c not
tot convinced that bigger scho
chools
better. They polnl to) low
J
O Q
a r e b<
student
m t-teacher ratios in tiny rural
ru
9
Forecast
For
7
p.m.
'T w in FaOi. JanmeOc
M3o o d h « BottarThe I
3ls and say th at no child has
hai a
n. E S T
R n .n O
:S iio » .r? 3
schools
R tv e rtarea:
S u nIday,
d
January 29
ce to get lost bi Uieb-school,I .. .
,—
chance
Areas of valley fog mi
■ S h o w o is W Fh
igh Temperatuces_____
he teachers arc interested
“The
ted in
I
arwl IQOnilllg hOI
child academically and
a
Mooday.
Lows of S
I partlycloudy
Mo
/jO
?
p
^ 2 0
socially
lly .” said one Dietrich pan
>&rent
to20:h]gtulfl(betqpp«r:
>eraostoUwlowCT
a t the consolldatl
who testified
te
datlon
n g s last year. "If a child has
ha: a
sT ff
hearing
Camas PraMo. HaOty,
D«r.
wood
em , I have seen teachers go c
problen
R tw Valley:
MosUy sunay daysI aad
ai fair oigbta
* )v
lir way to help.”
o f th eir
through Moodfty. LocalJ tog
toi in the valley*.
' '
L
ire is little doubt Uiat cc
I
There
Hlgbso(3S(o40; lowssaro
nrotolO aiw ve.
8
Itlon is an emotional issi
solldatlc
nda:
\
N artbnU tahandN end
0 disd
w hich1 rnot everyone is eager lo
OeoeraUy talr but;,w1Uj
w
iDcreaaiiig
' J
One
m em ber of Uie
tl
cuss.
I areaa of fog and htM iatli
dU w oortberoand 70
eriy-Hansen-MurtaURh cillze
lk en s_
I central‘▼allays'OfrUtabr*
9 0 _____________
groupI th
t at was “formed to' discii
isciiss
dense durlJig tbe nlgbt
ght and morning
3le consolidation said he did
possible
Id nnot
hours. Lows ia' Ibe teem
t m and'low 3p»;
70
to talk 'about consolldatl!
hlgbs In tbe iq>per30a and4
70
w a n t t<
laUon
in n i Wuumei bt-i. . .•
7
F a ir Uuwgh Monday^inN
IB evada.H i0u
TO
'v
:iy for fear df what other m lpublicly
A. US-Dwpi u» ......... . I . V^ j
- zi - - aentsAVf
wQlbeIntb6mI(»«istoni
» m ld 4 0 t;lo w sin
wouldtWnln»fliira;~---- *
F r o nl ttss : C 0 W ^ ^ W.iMt, "W ■
■...llI theteess.
..l a s nuioUier
o
sm all school, a moUii
oUier
Syaopsis:
'
• .
aiderably
ly'acroM
''1
um sU te. ranging frem
m
Idaho l l — Bolae.ldaho
bo City. Icy spots
Who sup
}teto
upports consolidation wrote
H l ^ pressure at tbeI surface
su
and ak)ft
(be mk>-ao
l-aos at Strevell. Malad and MeC-, to broken soow floor;
>r; idaho Otyh e r JegU
: ^ a t o r , ra th e r than qieaklr
Eiklng
----- L wUl brlng.nMreialeuweat
1 kM OaatGrangevilla.------walher-to.m ostol__ Call to the
Lowman, ttfokeo aDOw.f}
bem
-floor; Lowman-o u t a t aa public
i
meeting. She said st
tbe Gem SUte again today.
>tayMost oUi
oUmt readings were io Uw mid
Id
Stonley.doMdforUMwini
oncem ed “ bow it would affew a s con
I t e exceptions wUI be
M li
intbe»uU w ast
aoatolow*
W40S.
loterstate M - Caldv
d
s
with
the
teachers
and
oU»
aad Panhandle areas,
«, whetj,. partly
- n * txU
ixtended forecast Uutwgb Weddspots; Bolse-Mountalo Ho
its a t school.” ...
doudy skies wUl occur.
u r. A weakening
neaday is
Is for cooUoued mild wealber,
r,
M o u n tj Home-Glenns
nany
pite' the ^W og feelings, man
I S r o u S it b s h i ^ ^ ^ mum
re ieto Dortben
u>e 20» ai
is in
aod low 30s. WlUl Ute asens
urley-Uiah line,
citizens
i the Kimberly, HansenOanT
IS , FoUs-Buriey. bare; Burl
Idabo to' UUa morning,
t
g, , bringing
aome
commoo1 1a t higher -elevaUoOs of the
. .. .
M urtaug
ugh areas say they suppoi
jport
le ' bare.
ligbt showers to tliat pan
part of tta SUte.
souU uJtt wUl
w remain mostly dry in Iho
«
U.S. ao - Mountain ilome-Falrfleld.
H
Idation. A Times-News surve
consolldi
trvey
____L.Kxcept.feiL-a-iew-SDOwiI
m il» w eeL io .th e— a o u t M Dbthere
^'
is a chance ol showers-s—- Icy- spots; FolrfleldCare
irey. Icy spota;
o f 223 pei
l>ei^ns foiuid that a little mor
more
central mounUlns. tbeI rest
rei of tta sU te
Tuesday w Wedoesday in Ute nortb.
Carey-Arco, icy spots; Are
LTco-idobo Pails,
th a n »t>ercent
fa
of tbe respondents
1
ilsin
------{—wUlstaydry.
bare; Idaho Falls-Moatas
:ana border, icy
bothlHlansen
ai
and Klmberiy suppoi
I ' tow temperatures in1 Idabo
Id
00 Satur^ t s to broken Boowfloor.
form
of
icoosolidatlon.
Th
___
.
so
m
e
fo
’ffi
day momlog ranged trom t
U.S. «3 - Twin Falls-Ni
‘ d a h oo r o a d r e p o r t
•nevBoa
ooruer.
suDOort.
1
- t Is a bit:less io Murtaugh,
6
h,60
lo tbe oorUi to Ute te
», Icy spota;
suppon-i
bare; Twin Falls-Arco,
elsewhere. OrangevilleihadU
ha( w w arinett
BOIS£: (A P ) — D e c ile warmerf
ArcoOiallls, bare; caiaUl
iUl»Salmoo, Icy
f—
falle Stanley waa
weather., icy
i< spots were reported onn
low, a t .42 degrees, while
spoU; Lost TraU Pass,, IIcy (pota and
coldest, atsero.
many nuiji
luijor nxtfes across tbe stalee
snowfloor. ‘ ‘ '
__I
g/vmit
n t fWwvMt fng
f,' Bfwi
Idaho iran^tortflUon3
.fog form edeady. .Satuniay.'ii
Idaho 75 - Sboshooe-Ke
-U » valleys of
Oepartmeni
tent said many hlghwojrt att
Saturday munlng in-Ui
Galena Summlt-Stanley,\ broken *now
^
levatlons jtU l had stMW (loon orf
iwuthwest Idabo. Visibility
mty was reduced
higberelevi
floor.
port, with qply a
tirokensnov
nowOoors.
I to sero at the Boise aiipor
Idaho Sl - Mountain I
ions:
itM oim taipH c^
Ooodltkn
quartermiievisibUityatM
border, icy spota.
U.S. 90
e — Oregon border-Marslng.
Air Force Base.
Interstate 8$ - RaR Rli
fUvei^Amerlcan
elserNew Meadows, Icy spots;:
had
bare; Weia
By eaiiy aftemooo,. coQdlUons
cc
Falls, tMUT.
ing sUUoos, but
White Bird
ird Hill, bare; Moscow-Coeur
improved at all reporting
loterstate 15 - Pocatei
teUo-Ulah line,
I
1
mil a problem in
d'Alene, bbore;
u Ooeur d'A Iene^om ^lnl,•
reduced vtsUQUity was sUU
kfoot, • bare;
t
bare;
Pocateilo-Blackfc
if U
dpolnt'Bonoers Ferry, wet.
Uw lower portkus of
t m Treasure wet;Sandpc
Blackfoot-Idabo Falls, tbare; Idilto
IdaboSSB —Icy spots in all areas,
Valley.
Falis-Monlda Pass, Icy ^
WOKCOOKERY^^^^
in Uie
Interirtate
ato 90 — Fourth of JuJy Canyon,
No precipltaUon was; reported
r«i
. V S. 30 - Soda ^trloff
SMootpeUer
wet;Lookou
I state Satunlay.
tout Pass, SDOw floor.
bare; MontpeUer-Wyomlng
ng llae.'bare to
. jToO R IE S
ires varied cooU .a u —
—1
Icy spots in ail areas.
I
Aftemooo temperatures
broken snow floor.
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return
to acUve a n n y duty. Tbe
reti
statement
w as attrlbatpd, to ao lbstat
identified
qwAesman - for D ^
Idei
servicemen
a t l^ ia o o o ’s c a b a l
sen
mountato
barracks In Hammaoa.
moi
“We
“i regret th at w e a re b e la g c a ll^
once
ono more to participate io domestic
warfare., as a precro ^ tlo o to safe­
.war
guarding
our'rights that a iB 'g O a r ^
guoi
leed
tfH by the constltutk»i“-tbe- state­
men salcL'
ment
“The problem Is not our promo-'
tlons,
tiom nor our salaries, of vrtildi o u r
ramilles have been deprived fbr m ore
fami
ban
than four m onths,” the st«teroent:
xnUnued. "T be problem Is one o£
cont
»necttog tb e sltuatton to (he;
corr
ajuntry.”
couo
*Thrua-lS-a4
I
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liol btelucUd
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j
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22 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
'^ 1
•IN P OO L BUSINESS"
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m\
_ 2 2 4 4 th A y ^ S. Tw
Twin F^irs, ID 733-11373~Open Mdn.-Fi
■Fri. 8 -S ;S a t. 8 - 1 / ^
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Pre-p aid hei? alth pl<Ians waave of future
K m es-N ow s, Twin Falls, /d a h o A*3
I9S4
Sunday, Januory 2fl. 1984
3
BOSTON (AP) —
- IB y tbe millions, next 10
lOyears.
nKwrvtnntng trSdl"I think
thi X p ercent of tbe popuiat
Atberlcans are aba
iiation
Uooal pay-as-you-go
^ Ibea ltb 'c are and will be
be in p la n s of this type over
erUi ie
Pairing tbelr ad ie s aod
t
Ills to tbe next coiqile
a
o f decades," says
1
rs Dr.
m edical stq)ennarfcet
kets of tbe future: Paul M
N .-EUwood J r., president
ent of
sorganliatkHis.
InterSti
Study, a beallh policy reseai
search
Already. 12K moilo
lUon people la the grotq>li
pin E xcelsior, Minn,
h«.ln»g
t. tbesepre-pald
Igto
Peop!
ople wbo Join tbese plans, knoi
OMKvn
~ g r o ^ pl^ns. Abd ooe
oe expert p i x e l s as HMC
MOs, ^ v e iq> tbelr freedomito
to g o
tbis WlU grow to SO mJ
mllUoo within tbs wherevi
ever th ey want and see
b
S u r v)ey
i
resulilts will aiippearfcor n e x t six
i
days^
R
. TWIN FALLS —- N
I early 225 resl-
dents of Kimberly,
rly, Haoseo aod
M urtaugh told -nie Tt
Times-News what
tbey tbought aboutt scbool
s<
consolldatlon In Iale Noveml
em ber and early
December.
~ Tbe results of thatit t<
telepbuie survey
aod a subsequent mnail
ai survey will be
published today wnrf
f the next six
d for
da)^inTbeTlm es-Nev
'Jews.
i, A U ^ r e ^ o o d e o ts
tsvw ere selected In
nuKlom sample off every
e^
lOtb name
In tbe telqjhooe dlred
*ectories for those
towns.
, The calls were place
aced a s closely as
possU>Ie In propoctloQ
loQ. to tbe size of
each school district,, bs
based.on tho 1980
1
I
whomever they pl
please-for w liatever sub:
ubscrlbers get a s much care
areasU ie y
alls them. They
«ed. Everything within rc
reason Is
f
y must accept th e nea
doctors on tbe HM(
leductibles.
tfO'spayroili
covt
overed, and th ere are no dedi
But In return, th
there are big rf v a r ^ Eve
:ven annual'physlcal exams
uns-are In*.......
tages; HMOs a ree cheaper tban ordi- dud
luded flt no e x tra charge.
nary insurance.. ,And they provide
o o e^ tq ) ca re for' eeverthlng from so re
Tl HMOs say they can
Tbe
an provide
throats- to diUdh
dblrth,. a l l e i ^ e s - to -mMro
or ca re for- less money
!y because "
'
open^ieart surgery
ry.
Ujey
vsy are m ore efficient Uia
than tradlIn exchange fo
for Uwlr flat . fees, tiom
onal fee-for-servlce care.
I
^
m
f l
i
I fi
IT |
census^
Bv K im berly has about K5 pi
per*
cent of
of tbe population, wltb tbee rest
n
divided
ed
t>etween
Hansen oi
and
Murtauj
augh.
. .
Becau
:ause th e telephone listings
gs •do
not con
orrespond exacUy with schoi
±ool*
dlslrict
ct Ixundarles, tbe callers
's 1Intervlevrt
!wed n v jre Murtaugh residen
dents
and sllg
JighUy fe w er Hansen residen
dents
thanthe
he c o rrec t proportions.
>
B
n"
rop 01
W
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^
/Y O U
“
LARGE END
\SA V I
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\
f .^ 0
V --
--------.
WP
C on—
_____
• raV w H t i u f t f m m P a g w A l
:ac b ^ . b e favors it because! he
As a teac
would oc
oot b a v e so many roles —
r. principal, bus driver,
teacher.
rer,
school-ev<
event tlcket-taker. He might
ght
oke m ore money.
also malu
!is ' a p a re n t, he~bppMcs c o ^
But as
,,
solldatlon
Ion.
M
augh h a s dlfferoit valpes
«
J. Murtauj
„
L’i S S ^ l L l than MIm
m beriy o rj^ a n f e s ; he'saysi
hy
rly and Hansen are largely
7 = ^ —• :T ~ -K lm b e rly
rter towns,' attached lo Twin
commutei
rfn
In M urtaugh, about half the
Palls. In
he
SpopuIaUonfanns.
worklngpi
gb
__ I..—- : - ----• Like an,
any school, Murtaugh Hlgb
and encourages Uie values of
reflects ari
nmunity, Andersen says. “In
'
the comm
gh. th at m eans a strong work
•
Murtaugh,
^
d^^trong-senseof-communl—
------ ir^rjr— ethlc-and-®
i
j C1t
-^
Wr.li
D e V O N A N D)EEIR S E N
F e a r s f o r r u r a3ll v1 a l u e s
‘y-ourkK
kids h e re enjoy school. It’sI a
^
change of pace from hard work. As
I’t
school is out, the kids don’t
month’s vacaUon here. They
ey
go.ilghlto
; to work fo r tbelr parents or
se
another farm
fai er. T here’s nothing else
E » 3 7
i/liATS
' '3i
. .
to
, i|
)Z. LAND Of FROST __ __
. §1
SLICED
1
to do but work and go
Sotoschool."
Anders
2TScn says. M urtaugh hass more
ir
' When his childrenn graduated
j
from
gradua
iuates than th ere a re Jobs fo
M urtaugh High Scho
hool — the three
th e local
loc fa rm ' economy,' so t
■.
youngest are stiU in
In school - Uiey mlgraU
•ato to Uie dU es, where Uiere
=n=are
knew how to work: hard,
I
Andersen m orejo
ijobs.
says. One daughter st
started college a t
“ i wonder
wc
If they can handle
Ue Uie
U tah-S tate-U nlvers
ralty-w lth-three— c i t y --slickers;"—b
sl
e—says.— •T
" T te y ---------roommates. At the
be end of h e r
hav en
n’t't been burned too much
3ch in
freshm an year, the
he Uiree room- Murtau;
a u ^ . ’’
m ates, all, from lai
arge U ^h high
Even
en com pared' to Hansenn and
j
schools, had dropped
(
doul.
o
K im ber
x rly, Uie school Is "dos
closer,
I personal”
in Murtaugh,
!**, he
"They did nol knov
ow how to get up
F
"It
is
a
family.”
In the nibmlng andI tgo to d ass and
i
i students d evdop a tderai
irance
g et Uielr work done ID
lUcemydaughter
lose
are slow er or dUferc
'erent,
learned,” he says.
a fte r 312 years - with - a - single
sin,
T hreeof Andersen’s
room per grade, h e says,
I’ssonsw bohave classroo
en a student h as trouble wiU
finished
sUnts
as . ..Mormon
Wben
wiUia
a ilar problem, the toacber
I;
m issionaries have sei
setUed In la ra d y partlculi
u-has
t o h d p h irf catch-uprAnden
lersen
Fairfield, anoUjer Uvi
students pick up U
ives in M u rta u j s a y s . Tbe
T
but commutes to Twin
I n FaUs to work;
attitude
d eand b d p each other,
and one Uves In Burle
bade
th e ' one-ro(
ley. A fourtb5on
“ I t goes
g(
-room .
chose Salt Lake City.,
y.over Uie iw a l s c h o o l^
the elgh^.gt9deJK ]
U fetow hichbew aaac
accustomed^'',h
th e sixitb
c t b ^ d e ,” A ndersen sa ys.s .""In
There a r e ' dlsadva
lugh. we’re m ore orient
/antages to the M urtaug
ented
ruralenvlronm ent,ilni
nsom eneqiM ts, tow ard
h
d bdplng
each other.”
;^ (v \
I
SEEF RIB
STEAK
5198
^
..
• . C ootim iedfrn
Erom PageAl
bchoolI students
sf
a re under pressun
u ro
hesays.
h Uiem,
Uiink a lot of Uiem
- wlUi
I
em,” be
Uielr classm ates to be on Ute
Um
could be
from thc
He also believe
believes the time co
ves Uiat larg e r says.3. ‘" B u tw e ju s t can’t havee^
eeverys, s h e says.
^ r t s t;team
e
soiools'belter prepj
^>ent practicing tbespiano.
pll
.pare students for thing,
lg. We have to look at tbe bee
benefits
lere needs to be a place for boy!
joys
tbe sometimes Imipersonal
p
and m any high*
“U ien
' H er daiwhters and
atUtude to thhe
e: students."
whodon’
on’t play l>asketb^l or football.
Mill.
of unlverslUes.
y don’t
p lay qjorts. Uwy are
an
■ B m S u .
If Uiey
t
“ Iw e n tto a lltU eBbU
i larger school,
.
nothing'
lg ”
and I think kids wIbo
m went to a sm all
^
Ift
“I enjc
nJoy s p o rts ,” Mr. Adams says
ays.
school have a hardI ttime adjusting to
“But tbe
tb( prio rities are not always
'ays
the university atmos;
Dsphere. Uls m ore
“• ^ ^ : f < ! 3 i\ ^ e r e>they
tt
should be. There is toe
of a compeUUve! atmo^ihere. In
' 1
I
• fx* much en
em phasis on aUiletlcs. ’nwse
»se
. Uiese smaU schools,
[s. there Is a peekgflfe
...
T»
f
who are
re not a gifted athlete arc left
left
ing ortler Uiat Is diffi
fficuU to change."
H H
—
“ 'S '- " T
-------------MrrAaams-concei
edesthat U > e r e 'a r e " ~ ^ H
-- --------- — —
iddltion to music programs,
ms.
disadvantages to co
consolidaUon. Tbe
larger s<
schools often have enough
ugh
30*mlnute bus ride! ifrom Uielr hom e
H I
Interestec
ted stu d en ts to form photo>10*
In Cassia County wU
vUl be longer. But
■SX
___ _
graphy’ cl
clubs, a r t d u b s and Joumallalnot m ore Uian 10 or
o r 15 mlnules. he
Ism clubs
ibs, so th a t every student can
an
believes.
,, ’
find hisIoorr b e r niche, tbey u y .
"T hat would b e aU
a: right. We get
W k ..
Mr. Al
Adams believes that one
)ne
used, lo driving oi
oul here in the
benefit of m ore extracurricular ac*
“C*
country.”
tivlUes «can b e Increased selfilfMore serious Is the
lepolenUallossof
nce. T be students have an
L A R R Y AiD
D ,A M S
.
Jobs for teachers
•s who Uve in
K A T H Y A D A M S> ■
mity to'do what they do besl.
F a v o r s s c h o o l c oonn s o rid a tlo n
St.
Murtaugh.
Llik e s l a r g e r h i g h s c hhool
L
oi
It the scbool happens to offer,
er.
"We live wlUi thc
hem, association
.
IF T H E
1
MilE E K S Fr e c i A i s
In addlUon, Haz
ansen has a low er tion.
in. ••
■
income p er housebi
shold Uian the other------ Sev
Seventy-eight usable res
two commtmlUes.t. according to Uw were
ire returned, l h e data the
1980 census. Lowe
rer income usuaUy corre
rrd ated to d evdop the grapI
“aphsUiat
m eans fewier house
sebolds wim O'tele- wUl11accompany
a
the seriM eadi
Idl day.
phone, so' the Inter
s rv le w ^ ended iq)
De{
:>epending oa th e sample
iple size,
with m ore Klmbe
beriy names Uian surve
■veys of UUs kind generaUyyhhiav ea5
Hansen nam es .InI {a random sam ple perce
x en t to 10 percent margin1of error.
draw n from Uie Jol
loint IlsUngs In th e Q uesUons
^
In which tbe answei
w e rs a r e
* telephone directory.
ylesss tlthan 10 percentage points
nts apart
Ib o s e .. called w
were asked .nine', a r eIlt:
thus less U kdy to be comf
unpletdy
mulUpIe^dwice que
jestions. They then ac cu
r
rurate
reflectioos of opinion,
n.
w ere asked if tbey■w
would be wUllng to
The
be g raphs'and d ra w in g ; for
fo tbe
answ er a longer m
feys were dooo by Tlmes^i
maQ survey. A 34- survey
es^News
question survey wai
'as sent to 120 resi* s ta fff iartist P atrick Davis, working
wo
dents, divided eqita
iially between sup-, w ithI sstaff w riler Annetto Cary
ary and
porters and oppone
ous editors.
nents of consollda- varlou:
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> 'F I > E S h
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RED
RIPE
Rl
ALAD
IH j o ml/IATOES
il
_
C o m p i ip l e r l iA n d
!OUD TO /A N N O U N CCE WE HAV/EPLACED3 13 IBM
IS PRC
PERSO
iAPUTERS Wl
3NAL COM
VITH THE C
CERTIFIED PUBLIC
HUNTING F IR M O FF LEFORG^EE ROG!
ACCOI
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EVAN!
IS.
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Rex. S Lfeforgei
se, managi
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ging partneer, says Ol
and st(
;taff have im ade this5 commitmnent becauluse we~
believe
re computeers are nec<
burr clients
cessdry to serve
i
in the»future.
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today an^d
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T H R O LU G H J A N U A R iY 3: 1 S t , 1 9 8 4 .
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@ [3 0
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- t-uTs —{--yvccr- {—rTiui
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sat
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A-4 Tlmos-Nows. Twin
rwln F alis,Id ah o '
p i n iI o n
. . - a . . ' .......................
''VO
Pub
Jmy Hoyt
Clrcubdon Manegtr
—
Stilivers co tuld turn
Evatins* visitt to asset
.
J__
;
House Sp
Speaker Tom Stivers,
rs, R-Twin FaUs, has} a
point about
lUt sqiaratlon of the Ie(
legislaUve and execuUve
brancbesI of
oJ ^ v etn m en t when
!n he expresses concern
;
over Cfov.
/. John Evans testify
fying before legislaUve
ies.
committees
......
But tocal
call that testimony “ bl
blatant interference” Iiss
\
■. stretchlngtl
i the issue too far.
• It Is geoei
u e r^ y preferable forr the govemor to avoid
i]H
testliying on pending legtsiatlon
on.'That is a role better
;;
left to agenc;
ncy heads and aides,
But Evana
ms feels particularly sl
strong al»ut education
>n
reform and
i
id funding
this year, an
and he thinks he should
Id
go before a legislative
I
committei
Qf
tee to argue his view of
the issue. Tb;
rbat, to us, is unusual,1, but
t not inappropriate.^
___ i;_____ Separationlon of the various b rranches
a
of government
ii
was never' Intended
lo
to m ean thal
lat they would live in ^aa
vacuum froi
rom each other, alth(
liougb some in Idaho0
i\
m l^ t tblnk
c
k otherwise,
given tbe
le occasional animosity
5^__ ^
-jl- :— between-tbe-1
le-pemocraticngovemo:
mrandUie~R^uBIieinQ
~
;i
i;
; . Ij
li
jj
:!
—
Legislature.
.
ig anwM g e t jconserrnative^support _
WOamCBbk*
I ag
.
Suriday, Jan'uary29.iaM
Evans’ app
ippearance before a co
committee should give
the deliberat
:a ^ n s all that m ore5 attenUon,
i
somethingg
l e g a t o r s ar
are hardly averse to.
>. SUvers, in our view,
might do bett
etter lo welcome Evan
ans with open arms —
o ra tle a stc wrdially.
or
To turn a pbr^
irase around, he might(
leam that tbe
he best political defensi
ise is a good offense.
WASHINGTO
X)N—R ^ d Reagan’S w iw a U v e .;
friends a r e a t it again, miaking noises as the
tJbSugh ‘ ;■ '
tth e
|IW C « 1
n n w i t h tbe p rttid en t Buttb
they a r e unhsfv
presldent'sjpolit
liUcal advisers and qxtkesmi
imenhavcL .......
...
,
- .....
whose cam p will draw Iheirr sSIi q ^ r t l n
no fe a r about wt
,V
lywiUbe
‘
■'* ' ' ' . .
■e
U»e
conservaUves’
money
v
1984, and wbere
sp en t
.....
A fter all, then
ire’s only ooe conservaUve ru
for p re sid e n t
activlUes
uerie, whose conservaUve ac
R ichard Vlgue
oUUcal
■ect-mall fund raising for poll
ra n g e from direi
Ul, Is tiy in g
v r l t i ^ a new quper column,
candidates to wr
to bold R eagan’s
leoflssues
I’s feet to the fire on a range
0
these d ays, bu th
s B e a g a a ------*Teain.
—
F o u r y e a rsa gIgo,
t Vlguerie was not In the R
cam p a t this pohi
lint lo the Republican primar
election cam pali
dgn.
NO
ing his newspaper ^ u m n tocriUclze
to <
vaH e^FH------od bls~admIhIsmtlon on a va
issues, leadingw
with Reagan’s handling of th
~
I ^'
SituaUon in Let>ai
MDOn.
L astm onU i.he
lie said the Soviets bave been
provide “ clients)
;s tates with mooey and matei
direct p arU c^ U o n in conOlc
m e t The
-------- ^----- u liile avoiding dl
U nltedS tatessho
liould do likewise” in Lebaooi
non, ao d
—
C— ,
. M arines staUoned U ^ .
pull out th e U.S.B
■
ave criUcteed Reagan’s hand
O thers w bo hav
indlihgof
‘
u es include conservaUve
M iddle B a s t issue
Buckley Jr.
commentator.Wi^UliainF.
il
tim e.”
h e suggesUons that he should
uld
f ■
AskedaboutUM
tlUnk It’s gohig to be a m ajor problWn.'’
;
oonth*
J aa rm e s G e rste n z a n’3
Carioes, Reagan said
moc
w ithdraw tb e Mai
h e L r* * ^
"WeU. I ta k e m y Ifriend BUI m ore seriously..
y ...r i i
•
■'
“Tbe presid
esldent’srecordisprettygood,” be
h a v e t o b a v e aaUcwlUiblmsbortly.’'
^
- .
“ Therearese
e som e real acUvlsts, self-app
^pointed
stated. B ut
he
theadded:
“ Wehaven’tbadsuccm w lU i
S taff d ia n g e s li
in th e p ast months are taUn(
IcaderalnW ashhigton,
asl
wbo would preferr Ronald
I
y er ahd abortion, but It’s not for lack of
scbool'prayer
lives’ t ) ^ M ends out of Uieew hite
ofUiec6nservaUv
Reasandosom*
ome things dlfferenUy.” he sa
said, adding
trying.”
House. WUliam a a ^ Reagan’s former naUi
aUonal
lh at they press
iss ”v e ^ h ard on getting thln{
n a ]private meeUng with anU-abortion
n g sth elr
.ln f a c t,ln
security ad v iserr atmd influenUal eonfldanle o»
^pngnn
talrAn to tanlrhy nfy»
wayZI________
------------------ acUwlsts^Reai
v a r^ ty o fis s u e si,,!is now tbe Intenorsooetai:
H ehasthlsad
) advice for them: “Ronald Re
Eleagan’s a - - p a rtic ip a ntt tiding
tr
to'engagehlm la a debate over
I, keeper of the conservaUve
Edwin M eese HI,
v eo a m e
conservaUve), no
o quesUon about that. ButIhli ew an ts
w h y hebasnoi
I not accomplished more.
ir aides closest to the presldei
am ong tb e senior.
d ra t. 1^
-thingstoworic.1
-k. He sought the presidency'tosolve
tx
“ H iepresldi
ssldent has not l ^ t his promises,” Terry
. been nom inated1to
t( become attorney general.
problem s.” and
m d he will take a pracUcal ap]
ipproacb.
Dolan, chairm
irm an of the Nattooal ConservaUve
2ll, the White House liaison wl■H* ..
M orton Blackwell
nservaUve rallying cry that m oderates
cUon Committee, said recenUy.
PoliUcal AcUo:
As for a conse
d religious groups, has subml
conservaU veandi
im ittea
atound tbe presl
resident should "let R ^ g a n tx
ess, Uie D dan organlzaUon plans to
be
Nonetheless,
his resignaUon.
Reagan,” L ike
^ : said th at the president, woi
i^ridngto
q > e n d atleaast
st)¥5 miUlon toward Reagan’s
Jlm L a k e .U ie si
spokesm an for Reagan’s
im plement pollc
olldes l>y compromise, is “Ro
lonald
re-election.
nittee, said Uiat overaU,
re-elecUon comml
Reagan behigR
S Ronald Reagan.”
conservaUves “ aare
r pretty happy” wiUi lhe
W hlleHouses
>e^ k e s m a n Larry Speakesspointed
i
. JamesGersU
STSfenzaqgcovers the H7i/feHouse/ctr
p r e s it ^ t .
out that such criUcs
cri
a s Vlguerie "weren'tI for
f< us last The Associated
itedPress.
■ Ifev
^Reagijan, if yhe runss, can sstart ccampaicgn out strollir
i
ng
35
WASHINGTON-On
■One thing Ronald R eagan
J u s t bow m uch an advanlaj
Itage th is can be is
th aItth
his victory is Uiken as a defe
ife a tH e
TheD
e
3 Democrate
need two baUots to
4 doesn’t have to w o nya
y ab o u tifb e ru n sfo r
llu strated by a look at incum
^
UU
unbent challenges
wllhdi
nominate
iidraw s from the race.
nate a somewhat reluctant Adlal E.
q ^ ie«lecUoo, isab attlefi
lefortheR inubllcan
M i k e F e itnnj s i l b e r
n th e m odem age of pollUcs,
int
s , inaugurated by
McC
McCarthy,~ln tiim. Is challenge
Iged by Vice
Stevenso
nson over Sen. Estes Kefauver of
3 nominaUon.IfbewaBta
tD ts lt.U is ^ fo rU ie
F^Yanklin
t
D. Roosevelt Here’i
re’s
Uie
record:
Preslc
ssldent
H
ubert
H.
Humphrey,
y.defendhigUie
Tenoesse
Bssee, a popular whiner hi most of Uie
2 aaldng.
11980: Incumbent Carter is
s
Isseverely
Johnsi
mson record, and by Sen. Rob
JbertF .
p rim aIries.
rie
•1
nary about tb a t Most
m in 34 p rim aries.___ Kenno
onody, anoUier war critic. - .......................... .... T heIRe
- .o n ly allghtw elght challena
Republicans defeat the party of Uie
enge—Richard Nbeon—^ hallenged.forrenomlnaUoni
presldentswbotiaveaol
Ia o u ^ the offlce a second—
yi;Sen. Edw ard M. Kennedy
e California
ly
aod
The
lie
nom
lnathig
process
Is
tuzD
ibent.
zoedsourby
Inctmnbei
In
1972—o
r
was
unchallen]
lenged-Johnson
in
S
:: tim e bave been banded:
tov.
Edm
und
G.
Brown
Jr.
Ci
■
C
arte
r
wins
24,
Kerme
>Jilghl
he_
1948:
D W ng UiejxWs aodthe p a tte rn .-...........i____
—
1964
and
DwlgbtO.Eisenhi
u
iedyX
a3s^lnatfon.on
Uiejn
i:.pe
m howerlnlKS— th e— J J
— 3 ----- BufU’s a W a fiS ffie
l
IBaeSCWbne-ffie^-------------ut
Ihebaltle'gbes'rtghllnloU
othe~DemocraUc
'
defeat
eated McCarthy lh the Cniifor
incumbent WWL- - •
omla prim ary
tacumibent
bei Trum an suffers migbtUy hi an
^ opposiUoa party Is Jettli
^ n g U w d ^ tto . onventton. C arter is renuoin
ttin a ^ -a n d
; andby
..-.-r
In tem lalparty.bloodletthig/'niebonvttUoo
a lp
Iby stree t violence In ChlugD
, The only e x c e p t was
tl feisty H arry S.
IS Uiti
2 chotceofaDDmilnee,tbe
efeated.
■~'T—
H unmp ihrey claim s the manU& Th
<nt|M>fnrAnf
rb e hicumbent
se e s a'wal
:waUcout Iqr segregaUonist SouUiemers
.._ .S i„ .« b o y ei» o U t|< ^ ^ weoelxittMldenllaL----------- Trimian, Wbose v ic to r in 1
^978nh^U^nBenrFordl^sev
severely
p a rty
tylsdefeated.
1
a n d tb«e C
£
— a n a B M a o T E le m a ^ i^ ia i
candidate
f a c ^ oppodtkn
RlsooereaB oopresld
ri
ries. wins 16
i964:
>64: Incumbent Johnson is ren
is StUl startling. A bannerh
enomlnated by'
ca n d fdlaad
a - h u n g a tth e l^ * " '
^ liallenged by Reagan in ^ pprlnm
d e s from tbe right by Uie Dhdecrats’
2 r»«IectioDeQ]oyanadv.
ruiem
,
and
wins
his
p
a
i
^
s
o
!saomlnaUonby'a
a p aurt;
i y still in mourning over the
DemocraUc convention iInPhiladdpKlaread,
nl
le m urder of
S trom Thurmond
Tbi
’ :an t 117 votes out of 2,257 casi
and from tbe left by Uie
~ win.
h isppredecessor,
re
John F. Kamed)
dy.and
Progress!
‘i ’m Just m ild about H ann y ,”
, and that pretty
essl ves’ Henry Wallace. But Truman
•
l b e oppoeite'8 true;to
Uma E>resldents who a re
isseizedbold.
w ln atbMe ppresidency anyway hi a glve-’en>4ieU
mucb sum med up his party'
rty’s feeling toward .
^
A wounded F ord is defeiaBeti
~ vulnerable to a d i a l »riy
l ^ from within tbelr
haUenged, he wins Uie elecUo:
its c a i ^ date.
i d 1b y C a i^ r .
Uhchal
Jo n in a
stu m p ccam
a r paign Uiat catches Uie public’s
Islide.
- Z own p i ^ are equallyr vulnerable
vv
1972: Incumbent Nbcon^Aa
I m la a U o n
mM
landslii
when U>ey
fancy.
F o r 1964 politics, what Ro
Ronald Reagan's
a luUaby-peaceful coaventla
60: No hicumbent president.
ifore the public.
ttoouid>Vln8^^
1960:
Z place t h d r records befoi
freedom from Interoal chall
laUengeshows is Uiat
66: No chaUenge to incumben:
-elecUon. He Is virtually und
r
irablgfacU oninhiso^
int Dwight D.
T b e Re;
sow npartycan’t
be is lucky d r popular wlUilr
Republican candidate, Tbomas E.
thin his party, o r
havi
ivbig long since brusbedjoff
- stom ach tbe thought of
f( more years, a
Uk against
Dewey,
co
)f four
ltwth.
? n^ S » e d ......e S mhower, and he wins in a wall
^ contested
by Robert A. Taft aad '
lo c ra t Adlai E . Stevenson.
alienges In the primari^siroi
Z preslBent'sinthesoup.
fo rm e r Ml
EromanU*war.Democ
Nobody from what'sleft
o: ieE astem
ftofU
chai
Mhmnesota Gov. Harold Lassen, is
9.
«
52: Incum bent Truman; havic
ngressm an P a u L N J ^ c p B
d ^keyJr.of- '
'hlg served
nominatec
1952:
establishm
ent wing of tbeBGG
< O P -th eM a rk
atedonaU ihdbaU ot
“ "8
Oat In three
.
jHatfleld, Charles Percy. Ou
Tbe record sbows tbat
iUive
^
alm9st
osteight years, is consUtuUon
Jifom la aod fromcQnsflievaU'
MiaUy eligible
Serenel)
n d y overconfident Dewey loses,
Charies Mathias _
Cal*J
^ vdiere an Incumbent prei
n g r ttcm m w n .T nhn M
juesideot was challenged wing
\
IDagain but chooses to r etire.:
B. Both parties
W hatt thi
- has m ade an effort
U
rttochallenge
’Cong
this history means for Incumbent
w k o t O U o .c ;
> w llhlnhis own p arty —J
-J im m y C arter hiiseo,
I
[------- — R e b e l s
i t hiti g i t t for the nomlnattonT
rchaU m gB dln . see stn
1968: Incumbent Jofansoo trci
Reagan
and DOone from the
lbe ConservaUve
oIsU iatifhertm s,hecanB tartout
|
:
G erald R . Ford in 1976Saz
aad l^ id o n B . Johnson
tright, unhappy as It someUrn
leRepubUcans’ balUe is betwe
weenUieOld
stroUlng.
s New HampsWrepriraaryoB
U m essaysltisw lth
'O Q hteV iaiiw n V
n party won, regardleas
t presldeicy. Is t a U ^ ser
rd lloed up behind Mldwesten
:
laUGS-UwopposlUoQF
u- policies by Sen. Eugene J.M
J . 1 cC arthyM
im RobertA.
bis
seriously about
W ar
—* ■—of irtietber the challenge
Ige was h m e d aside............0opposing R eagan In Uieprlm
but by----- I a f t a nod th e hitcmatlonallstsbehl
nnesota. Johnson wins Uw primary,pr
Wnd-----M lkeFei
rlm ariesoratU ie--------M inr
FelasUberotlheAssodatedPnssbas
• '
But three times wben
tl e Incimibent faced
» tb
cconvention.
s o nnarrow
a
nhower, who wins on the fh rt
1
i a n 8 p e rc e n tEisenhc
a m argin—less than
rtbaU
ot
co v e redi W
WashingtonpoUUcssince1968. C
I Hold oI n . R e3agan hhasn ^tialready
i
1
>'
t.
~
^
Z
t
;
1
2
:
;
.
'I
:
W ASraNGTO N-Onll
tatb e surface, it would
seem that things haveIneverbeen
OB'
better for
P rw ldfot PAnnlit
son Reagan.
As the president del]IveredhisSU
vei
teofthe
. U n k n m essage and beadi
iadedfuU steam hito his
re ’electioo ^ampnigri i^gt
last week, bis poU
■ratings were bumping tht
the ceiling.
A natloawide survey'tak
tal e n by Newsweek
m agaiine found that Reaj
teagan’s j o b ^ r o v a l
: rathigstodd at 56 percent,
ent, hi g h ^ in two and a
baU years.
Ibecootrastw ithR eag;
u g a n ’sp llg h to fju sta
y e a r ago, when his lastestate
SU of tbe Union
speech was made, la dra
n
:'amatlc:
UDempIoyroeotthenwas2
asstu c k a ttb e
recessloo-levelpeakoflO.
10.8 percent, the
progress of what turned
ot
douttobeioes's
economic recovery wass UI
uncertain, and the
g es id e n t|8 Job^pproval
id rrating languished a t
S iU ^ r f b e r poll, J ustt ta]
taken for the New
: York Tbnes and CBS. shov
bows tbat fonner Vice
m
a s lt;
It seem s U ut thepresidental
t alm ost c a n do bo
ong.
L o y e M i l ller
e i Jr.
Tie poUs show Uiat a big maJc
aJorityofU ie
voler
e r s a re giving Reagan fuU1credit
cr
for
~
m a tte
tt rs they find poslUve, such
c h a s th e
fP resident W alter Mondaleiboldsablglead.44
bo
ecoix
•nomic upturn, but are not incUnedtobold
Inc
\x
to 14 percent, over Sen. John
hn <
Glenn, IH )hlo, In him1 rresponsible for Uilngs Uiey
c
sy disapprove
of,
u ra c e for tb e DemocraUc
the
Ic p
presldenUal
such;
iflcit
h a s Uie soaring federal deflc
»nomlnaUon.
But
ut hold o n —the 1984 race Isa
is £ lo n g w ay
froml
n being over. D e cile Uie pre
iresldent’s
But tbe survey also leaves
tl impression
s the
formi
nldable lead and Uie Democr
icrats’ ap p a ren t
tha t the Democratic sweepsta
th
istakes could turn
Ineffe
fecUveness, Uilngs could cha
hange.
01 to be ra th e r irrelevant, becauseln
out
bei
Doubt
ibters need only refresh Uieir
sir m em ories of
£>
DemocraUc-Republlcan
matchi
ate 4 » . Reagan
others
!TelecUons that turned drami
unaU caU yhia
Ie Mondale by 48 percent
leads
It t(
to 32 percenl, and
v e ry^sshort time.
ou
outdistances
Glenn by a v akkS5lp e rce n tto 2 9
in l!1968, for InsUincc. Republica
Ican R ic h ard
percent.
pe
Nixon
Inner, a s Vice
m looked like a rimaway wlni
The dzip-drJp-drIp of suchtipoU
pc results leaves P re s{Ident
k
Hubert Humphrey eme
m erged from
e v m any DemocraUc leader
even
ders complaining
th e rlo
lol-tom DemocraUcconventl
mUonin
th a t there Is 0 0 way anyone1in Itheir ranks can
Chicag
merely
ago wllh his candidacy sever
thj
throw a sca re into R e a ^ tbis
h lsyear.
dam ag
aged. But wlUiln a month, Hu
Hum i^irey
1 easy to fall into that mlindset
It’s
in
these days,
closed
!d the gap and turned Uie r a ca e ln to a d e a d ,
[
19^84 eleiaction
. heat in
11 final days, losing by Ute
In its
1
e narrow
est
of margl
ugins.
F oury
i r years ago, Reagan and Jim
mmy C arter
seemed
I b e running neck-and-nec
ed to
e c k ju stth e
weekbel
before the elecUon. Reaganiwonbig,
w
but
only.beo
lecause the bottom suddenlyI'felloutof
fi
C arter’s
r ’s sifliport over Uie campalgr
gn’s final
.weekend
md.
InoUie
tb er years, o f course, Uie esta
tablisbed
trend held
hel throughout Uie race. In■1972.
ll
Democr*
c r a l George McGovern could
Id never
repah-Un
: the dam age caused by his dn
A oosbgand
t h ^ drc^
irc^ping Sen. Thomas Eaglete
tten,D-Mo..
from hUie
e ticket due to a history of m
<
mental
healthIproblem
pr
s. He was buried byy Nixon
I
In a
Ide.
landslide
Bul IIff s loo eariy to leU WheUier U
Uliislsa
hrey year, a McGovern yearroorso m e
Humphre
oUierkin<
cind y e a r for the Democrats.•\We m ay
not know:
ow for su re unUl Uie votes are
recounted
ov. 6.
next Nov.
Tbf'reli
« Is one Wnt hi Uie Innards of
I
ittherecent
Tlmes-CBSp
3S poU that Reagan’s vast lead m ay
DOtbereaUy
aiy8olld.OfUiel,443Americans. polled across
ross Uie natton, Uie results were quite
differentam
c Uioee who said tbey already
among
a re p a y ingg dd ose
i attenUon to the presidential’
race,
R eag a ntled
led Mondale by only 46 percent to 41
p ercen t InI Uiat
tlu category aod was virtuaUy Ued
wlUiGlenn,4!
n, 45 percent to 44percent.
Since tradit
adlUon has U Utat Uie great m ajority
o f A m ericans
an voters (kl oot really focus on a ^
presldenUal
lal de e c tb n un tU Labor Day Is past >
a n d tb e k id
a back hi scbooi, Uiere is plenty
dssare
of tb n e fo r•the
Uie "d o se attention” e a t e r y to '
m ushroomI intoa
inl natkinwlde force.
A n d lfth lat
a tvwere to happoi today ofcourser
UieThnes-CB!
<JBSpoUsuggeattheouUook«TOil(f
b e fa rm o ree eencouraging
n
Ibr Uie Democrats n
and fa r m ore
v
ire worrisome
for Reagan.
------------------
Ier Jr. wrllesna-NeuHouseNmi
s ^ c ^ m im
V Washington.
Presiddent CODuld turrn item1 veto iinto daihgeroiUS weaapon
WASHINGTON-Ronali
nald Reagan, heading
\\ :tb e axiom that a compUmei
ment can t>c a forensic
H
M
/ . anesthetic, used a part of
if a paragraph In his
v
G e o r g eQ
S ta te of tbe Union address
( compliment
s s to
V
•: C ongress.
w a i
B utT ipO ’Nelll,looUnge
lg even more lhan
N
;* u s u a l like a rolling stack: of cumulus douds,
^
sajd " B Jech t” ,orw ordstoJ
to that effect.
K vldenUy he knows that Re
ncome^ax revenues will be oet
neededjustlo
•: foradem l-comm lssioncm d
a y the Interest on debt, and evi
every percentage
^ ~m e a su re s Is evidence fo rth
olnt increase in In te r e i rates
1 ayadJ^
esm
I: p e c ^ e seek advice, (hey a n
15,000 to the 30-year cost of aBjM
$S .000
accom plices.
Mrtgoge.
(.: F o r decades, conservatlvt
itlve afterKlinner
C s p e a k e rs convulsed audlcnc
CDCeswllhUiis
R>
Reagan
is requesting ah Item
an 'vclo —power
'r. Ihlgh-filapper: "We’re not
g
>t gettiog
all the
' toI strike
st
a p articular ilem from
1
im an
.>eovem m ent we’re payingg fo
fo r—thank God I”
nppi
ppn^riations blU raUier than
m cchoose
But In 1964. a conservative
Uve administration is ~t>etv
:tween signing o r rejecting aahugospendlng
hi
' c b e e rily td lln g Ibe country
ry Itbat It need oot
p ickage.
ad
: payforallU K govenm ientll
atltlsgetU og.A s
’I t best reason for granUng
’The
ghhilsreq u e stls
: S e n . P a t Moynlhan says, thi:
this administration
tha at tIt would strengthen the pres
resldcncy.An
: h a s m ade blggovem m eotct
it cbeap: For every
Item
a n veto gives the President the power lhat,
*' d o U a ro f govenimea^ I t aisks
^ only 78 cents In
j n ak
a ke s government work— the
p ertolepow
:~ tB z ea .-----------------iaUlt
□ict pain, and hence to insUil
U fe
fear. Forced to
;
N ever m ind that If the defi
tefldtpathis
choo
oose between meddling wl(hh fo
foreign policy
L^UDcbanged, by 1969half offpersonal
pe
o oddpreserving
i
a cherished spent
’“ “fins project,
SS™ ^
m any' ccongressmen would lose InU
Inleretsthi '
budgethe
. h e would co t Uie fiscal 1985id
d e fld tju st R eagan reque
quested for fiscal 1984.
playing
$i8.SblUio
Uion.
ng secretary of slate.
If fa c ts cant
um counter Uie pubUc’s preludlce
F o r•reasons
r
of InsUtuUonal self-1
J f- ln te r e ^
But blee could
o
not do as much becau!
lusethe
againstC ongn
ngress, Uie facts should compUcate
Congre:
■oveanltem
federal budget
bu
ress probably wUl not approv
is fundamentally unlU
aUcestate
a n y R ea g an
l to run agahist Congress as
n pplan
veto, all
although one argument again
ainst tb e item
budgets.
s. ItII is fundamentally less sus<
iscepUble
Uie culprit hi
hi Uie
U defldt drama.-Even more
veto 1st
to control
I vetoes, Itemorotherwis
til by
3 Uiat it would enable Con0[ress
« to b e
'ise.
com plicating^
ngwUI be Reagan’s Budget
irre^K■onsible.
u
nUUements component is bug
It could vote for evei
v ery p ro lec t
jg e a n d
M essage,
favored
Uy protected. Tbe interest cor
jy m
pollUcally
id by tbe home foUts and say
I a t 11Is Uie
omponenl
ItwlUpropoi
Dpose cuts for fiscal 1985 amounUng
^
Is la rg eand
a n oot optional. And this PTesldent
P re sidlen
e t’s job to weed Uie gardea
n
to le s s th a nIlp
i
I percent
of oondefense,.
h bbro a d
thlnksdefc
lem veto would do less Uiah
' A nile
lefense qieocUng is loo low. Co
3 o n g r ^ _ _ non-hiterestsp
tt spendhig; It wlU project defldls
r& n d d eferral
c u th lsfisc
'pow ers<
s o f ImpouiidnientrreciasrA
iscaH98txiefenseTCqaestby^
yM .7'
a v ^ g l n g ^ approxhnately
jp ]
$flp bUUon over Uie
bUUon.Thi
would d(
That leaves aU oUier dlscreUo
do to control ^lending.
Jonary .
next Uiree yeai
I'ears; and it wiU say th at even
T nie,;
(u d iy b e a b ig
socialspen
^ an item veto can occasiooa:
pending - about 19percent of
of the
afte r th ro e yea
years Uke Uiat, Uie T-bUl rato will
weapon.
Bburgh,
b u d g e-t - as
a tb e targ e t for Item veloei
n . Last y ea r Richard Tborob
•es.. .
b e ] u s t 6 . lepr^c e n t . ..
Pennsyl'
• r o o r .u s ^ l t
R eaganc
ylvanla’s/Republlcan govern
m could lake a long, sharp pel
•encUand
A saneiuim
p: of claiming too m udi, that
imple
toknock
:k one of ^very eight dollars
o
•soutofU
ie
tum U lnto.
Jto a short, dull pencU by vetol
toing
.calls to m hid
d Ul
ttie Havana museum that
budget■oconcocted by Uie Legislatun
a re. H e even
every Item
m i in (his portion of Uie budge
g e t and
d a lm e d to have
lave two of ChrlaU^iber Columbus’
veloeda]
all funds for the operationlO
of fU iesU te
Uiebudget!
jet sUU would not be balanced.
5d.
akuUs,'onefron
Irom when he was a boy and one
House of RepresentaUves. which I>
D em ocrats
A Preside
Udent’s m ost formidable.
fromu4ieinhe^«
He was a m an. The hum an race,
•» ,
co n lio l.l
leroutloely
consUtuUor
I. Bul no govenunent can lie
r
Uonal pow er is oegaUve—Uie
be
saldM arkT w
al consists of tbe dangerously
'wahi,
n m b y ssuu d i bruising methods.
blocUngpo
liaSOOl
^ngllnl»flTw^glw^
[power of tb e veto. Reagan ba
a id i a u t e o o t We know to wiilcb
G ov.Ji
Isg e o eu ^ y
vetoedasin
single appropriatkuis bill pas
Bssedby _ .g roup belong
tb
.....
g Uie authors cf Uie T-bU l..-.........
u s e s l ^c litem veto tb r e d ^ f l ^ i b^ ip r i a t i ^ t ^
tb e c tim
r ^tCoriffess.W
t
hynol?
projection,
about 3 p«
percent. As governor of Calil
alifom la,
Because
I passing 10 of 13 q ^ ro p rh
se in
riatlons
.-------------------R eagan] uused It to reduce qiendingal
g ab o u ta
bUls,andco
1
resolutions, finng
^
^
^
r
e
e
w
n
i
v
t
Ul writes forTlte Washington
percent.;. 1Ifh e d ld as much WlUl thefl
e federa]
' appropriate
ated J ust S3.2 bUllon more Uiai
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»4
Hoteel fire iiin ju re s;3 4 ; ar€son SU5specte<'d
‘Coloi
At
I
I,
I m a g e
o r A n a l y s i s
.se'
seventh-floor bdconles wltb
Itb a lad d e r
tn
truck
but those on h l { ^ flo
floors w ere
T h e3 P a r i s
be;
beyond
tbe reach of rescu
scue e<iulpg ac h T hursday From 11
E
i j:0
M A .M . to 4 : 3 0 P .M ._______________
ment, .M s,-Brewingtoo ss dd d .- T h e y — ------------------ilmeril OnlyT’
----------------- ^B^A-ppblnlftit
wa
waited,
untl) firelightersI vi
v e n lila te d ...............
CnI
nil
for inform ation aboutt S ea tu rd a y A ppointm ents.
bal a h d arrived with par
balls
param edics
cai
carrying
oxygen eciulpment
1 e sco rt
flt to
C a r o l B3rockw
r
ay. Color Consulta
ultant for Im age In c ., will perthc
them to safety, she said.
s o n a l i y' «a n a ly z e ydur color scher
:h em e. C arol Is a C ertilied Nat i o n a l In
In stru c to r with 8 years
ifs of e x p e rien c e. C arol and
‘
“It was terrifying. ■’ said1323 2 -y e a ro ld
M a u r e e}n
n P av ele c. W ardrobe C
C<oordinator from The Paris,
Dh Mangum of S d t Lake
Diane
te C
c i t y , w lw
WIII h e l pp yo u lind the colors that
i a t will m ak e you look a n d feel
w a staying with her busbar
was
b a n d , Karl.
y o u r b e sst!
t
inaj lOth-floor room.
in
C a ll ( c oDllect)
ll
208-733-1506 for
y
)r your
appointm ent. The cosi
E25...
ORLANDO, n la.
a . (AP) - A sus- COUP
lurse, aod tying sheets togelt
je tlw to leaving tb e hotd
Id, but no arrests tiad
pected arsoa Are
ire broke out In a - S m
S e down the sheets,*’ said Orlando
Or
been m ade, S>mllh
n
said. VOur inl4 ^ to iy hotel early:
lySaturday, injuring F irr ee CapL Bill Smith. “ We h
! had to vesUgators ... term
te ed this ion arson
_________ a t l e y 3 4 p g p le a
ny
fiycing.gugsto__ c o nvlnce
them not to.d(^lhatJJ!__
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c
a
s
e
,^
h
o
s
a
l
d
^
mere some were reFpu
ire department spokeswi
swom
an
began
in
a
co
conduit
,Uut c a ^ e s
scued by ladder; olfl
offlclals said.
t . alle
^ i | Brewingtoo said 34 'p<
people, dectricalvyirinal
8 through'tnd,pu)t(i^g.
About 250 people
pie were evacuated
in :ludiog
du
four flretighters,5. were Tho blaze iw a sHCMtroUed
’i
abol(t on
. from tbe Ifoward
rd Johnscm's Hotd
iated a t the scene for bums
im s and hourlaler.
, a fte r tb e fire broke
to cout 0 0 tbe seventh
sm o t tnhnlflUnn OfflclalS at
at four
Guests, m ost aawakencf] Iiy. 9 ,ho td
• floor of tbe 270-roon
Dom building at 1:51
lo^al
:al b o ^ ita ls said tiic^ admaitt
l
t
t
^
10
intercom,
fled
to
lo
balconied
to,escape
;
an d began ^^ re a d in g upward,
poop]
ople and treated aod rdeas*
Jased 22 smoke th at spreai
:ad as high as the Ilth
^o ffld a ls said.
oUier
iers.
floor, said Ms. BIrewingon.
n
; -;“P eople were on the bdconles, of
-‘Suspicious
si
persons” were
re seen
Ten ' people were
w
plucked from
i-.ilJIvIlD;.
_______
Thnee-N ew s; Twin Falls; Idaho A4~-r
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WASmNGTON1 (AP) — Five
; 'astro n a u ts and tb
tbe space shuttle
y C^iallenger a re to
I
0 lauocb
from Cape
C an averal on Frida
iday to kick off tbe
^
m ost ambltkMts yeai
■ear in NASA’s histo\^ ^ * V -w lU > a to ta lojfS2
fS men arid women
--------v fv a s e m e e n o r n s seio
n i o jg n ts.
r
-1U8 week's mlssic
BSion will feature the
firs t untetbered spac
pace walks, with two
astronauts
testlA
ttlng
jelrpowered
backpacks to roamniq> to 900 feet away
——from tb e orbiting shu
ahutUe.
Tlx
rh e fllgbt starts a t 8 a.m
m.. EST They plan to enc
nd the flight Feb. l l
p rld
t and much of w hat the
Iday,
h e crew
with the fh ^ t lan(
indingoaa I5.000-foot
d oes
es, indudlng tbe backpack tes
tests, is
runway n e a r the
le launch pad a t Kenre hlea
e i rsal for the next flight iinn .April nedySpaceCentei
lerhere. .
w hen
ien another crew will attem]
empt to
‘“n ils flight wil
/iUbe a bridge to the
re trtf
rle v e -a n d repair th e..d e fe
S o !ar
la r Max satellite,
Brand,
veteran
oi
of two eariier space
trhe
Ih astronauts also will chas
hase an flighls
o rbiltlng
ltl
balloon to test maneu
neuvers
other crew mer
embers
are Navy Lt.
needc
ided to track down S olar Max
fax and Cmdr. Robert L.
L. Gibson, the pilot;
w illI practice
r
the necessary rep
repairs- and three hiissiot
ion specialists. Navy
*
—
Cai
:apt. Bruce McCandless; A
Ajrm y
Col
Zol. Robert Stewart; and R
Rco n d d E.
Mcl
McNdr, a physicist who will
wUl be the
seo
econd black to fly on an: A
Aim erican
paceshlp. _
T h e -N A S ^
laui
aunch .ra te accderates to one a
rhoi
lig h is e v e r
nonth. The most manned fllgl
laui
Bunched by NASA In a sing
ilngle y e a r
was
/as five, during the (Jemini
II pprogram
lnt>
ibothl9^andI9G 6.
_
f c - .- -
':Firemn en
mop uup
m E C T IO M
>C O MOYICE
T he A hdroo c a rp o lln g o
p a g o 3 of th* S « a n J a n u“ a0 t* 7
29fli Ins«f1 It n o t fo lly' Ir
In tte d
•ta lle d r-T h * ~ p rice lltt«
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tlo n . The $29.99 p o rto□blo
bl
ppo
o w e r tool g ro u p in g oon
LOS
ANGELES
LES
(AP)
ppaag e 6 tliow s th o co rrm
n re flg b te rs doused
ed hot qw ts Satur------------day from ~tm i^~ fln
•fires that~diarged— —♦lo
<><o lt rc o rre ct-ito ek -n u m b' 7el i'?- _ _
and
across hundreds of
a
If acres
of Southern
on* correct pricing b u t In
correct detcrlptlon.
California whipped
led by gale-force
coi
onl*
We re g re t ony Inconveni
( S anta Ana winds,, ddam aglag or de»nce thl» m ay h o v e c o u ie i
unes.
*ni
stroylng a dozen bomi
> u rcu ito in ars.
led because of the
oui
U ire e people died
winds, which gusted
led iq) tp 100 mph.
f
H
M ore tban 8,000 of the 1 million
d
custom ers wbo losl
lost dec trid ty in
[a as
S outbem California
a a result of the
winds rem ained wlUx
Ilhout power Satur- rnmmm
day, and the dam age
fire alooe rose p asttllmlllloD.
11
M
Friday
V
Tlie high ^rinds1 subsided
s
sge, and a SSC^cre
■ '
a fte r a two-day siege
- f ir e In tb e La Canadada-Flintridge area,
15 m iles north of Los
Lo A n ^ e s , was
contained F riday nigl
night aod expected
■*
to be controlled by’ Sunday, sd d U.S.'
33re
3rd Y ear, Vol. 1
F o rest Service infor
iformaUoQ officer
R obert Brady.
Tbe fire, wbose9 cause
c
was still
Q, destroyed
three
under invesUgatton,
(
tiomes and damage*
iged four otbers.
a te d a t more-than— -------J______ Daroage.was.estimat<
$1.25 mililoo.
ng^4q^lihot.8potS;r...
v.V W e.iareom opplng'
**' s ta rtin g frfti n the*'
r hImo u ^ - Into the
in terio ro f the Are,"'B
Biradysaid.
, The F orest Service
ice also reopened
tb e Angeles Crest iligi
iUghway on Satur*
day. It w as dosed Ihui
hursday afternoon
." -wbBo tbe Santa-AnaI —
— hot, dry “d e v il w inds" from tbe moui
lountaln
—
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WASHINGTON (AF
:AP) — Aiming
direct shots a t Presid
iSident Reagan a
inouQces his red ay before be annoi
. election plans, Den
)emocratlc candldates W alter F. Mott
londde aod G u y
H a rt on Saturday ao
accused the incum bent of planrilog
g ai secret, postdecU on tax increase
t
condoning
» and
wrongdoing In his admli
ministration,
“ Obvtously, Reagan
an is planning to
ra is e taxes after the8 decUon,”
d
Mondale td d a news confer
ference in Sacramento, Calif. ' “Tbere’t
re 's no question
they’re going to raise
Use taxes. What
tb ey a r e trying to keep
kc
from the
A m erican public is who'
* o 's going to pay
th o setax e s.”
u . I n ’C edar Rapids, Io>
Iowa, H art lold
about 200 students
ts at George
Washington High School
tool that Reagan
shows a ‘'contempt for
fo the pubilc
tru s t"
by tderatlni
ting unelhicd ’
behavior and abuses of power wllhin
.
L
lent has become
“ Abuse of govenuneni
a w ay of life in thia adn
sdminlstratloQ,"
b e said. “ Yet, It seemoss to
I concern no
one very much, indudii
uding the presldent him self."
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se t Tuesiiday
I
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io n .
lo iy s In t h e s t a t e
in c o ln s In t h e s t a t b .
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n d p r o f e s s io n a lly . " O u r R
R o p u taG ro w s ."
WASHINGTON (AP)
P) - Secretary
Shultz seta out
of S tate George P . Shi
tay tour of five
T uesday on a nlnfrday
J
Latin American andi Caribbean
countries, bearing a message ot
•n
id sympathy
for
A m erican support aod
s
tseslneachooe.
In busir
s i n o s s a n d i n d u s t r y t o d a ly.
y . o x a m p le s o f n o o d lo s s> w
- the dem ocraUc processes
v a s lo o r a o v e r y w h o ro , >
r y lin g to ovoid., R o m o m ib
ive visited El
w o aIft T h o l s o n M o t o r s d r o Itry
b i o r Ih o Iw o c a u s e s d ff %
Shultz was to have
w a ste
This f i n e s o le s fo rc e is hol
3 t ! S e l l i n g o v e r 49*
49% o f th e c a rs s o ld
faU but
a r « 1 . L o c k o f k n o w l o d q o . a nn dd 2 la c k of a tto n llo n . W<
Vo h a v e h ir e d th o m o s t s
Salvador and Brazil1 last
li
i n T w i n Fc
Foils C ounty. This ii;s H o t ) T h e y o r e nn oa t i o n a l l y a c c l a i m e d
n i c l a n s in t h o w o r l d t oo ir o p a ir y o u r o u fo m o b>ito.
Ler the bombing
tochni<
K ent A d k in s o u r S
it
postponed the trip after
leadquarters in - 'M a n a g o r a B s l s t o d b y 'W h l t o >y
y J o n o s o n d fh o r o s t o
to "be th<
w iill onolf Ih o S o rvic'6"D dpr.‘ W
^he fin e st m o s t pr
of th e U.S. M arine hea
> r o f e s s i o n a i s o l e ss rm
r e n in t h e e n t i r e
c o s t, a n d tim o f o r r o p ooiiir. O u r .
Mming trip, be
c o o roa gg o y o u t o a s k q u e s t i o nISs o ijo u t y o u r c a r a s lo c<
L i n c o l n / ''M
W ercury D ivision, T h e s e m e n h o v
Beirut. On hia forthcon:
ia v e m o d e T h e is e n
ia r o p a i r f o c h n i c i o n M o rrrill
r i l L ew is h o s ju si r o lu rm
Duntries as well
H ondo
n o d fro m o tw o w o o k so
will visit those two coun
M o to rs th e #1 P e n e tro tioj rn D e a l e r i n t h e U
r o g o n t o k o o p u p w i t h th
.In O roi
U.. S . f o r 1 8 s t r a i g h t
th co la f o s i d o v o lo p m o n iss in s o rv ic in q y o u In jp o rl
a s V eoezuda, GrenadaaandBarbados.
ai
j
‘o is t o s o r v o y o u B U T w oo vw ill n o j d o u n n o c o s s a rry
his itinerary are
d o s iro
y r o p a ir a n d w o WILL giy
All the countries on fals
givo you
y e o rs .
o s t s o r v i c o in M a g i c V a l l oo yy .. T h o t is Iho o n ly w o y lo
deth e b os
in varying stages of democratic
dei
to d o b u s in e s s .
.S. offlcld
•
v d (^ m e n t, and a U.S.
Do you know
3 w y o u c o n n o w b u y a I9&
>34 M ercury Lynx 5 Door
fc r a t IlHle a t $! 16.23 p o r
ir fo
riday said the
briefed reporters FridJ
W INTER H O U R S : T
Thh o is o n M o to rs O p om
n s A A onday t h r o u g h I
m ontluw ithh o n ly $922.43 d o w n a t 13
13.9 o p r for 60 m onthi wi
w ith in te re s t $2002.23 e n d
le Shultz
trip is
unifying tbem e for tbe
£
' '.deforrod payi
o y m o n t o f S 6 259.69. T h e ttce Lynx e ro m ade etpeclol
S a t u r d aiyy o t 7 A .M . W o C lo s oo a t 7 P .M .
Klolly fo r T h e ite n M o to rt In
for
.demoA m erican
s tq ^ rt
o ra in b o w of (c o l o n a n d a r e r o o m y eni
inough fo r tho family.
cratlzation of tbe region.
*lotors S ervice D e p artm o n t
Tholton Mote
Shultz is ffrhfidulfdI to
t( meet with
— A s 4 ilw a v
/W IN FALLS
F
________e x te n d .l Ita.haurs for.your— —_ — ----- :
Hinister Fldel - .......... "
■M agana^ ' F o rd g n ‘“Mln
lo n g a s
convenience
^ o f T rir^
o i ~ o H c h a n g e s a s ’^Ic
nee. Prom now on o p e n a t
ense Minister
Q tavez Mena, D dens
h o W o r ld T o B uy a C o tr
FPco r O v o r 30 Y o a rs T h oe E a s ie s t P loco In Thc
and
a
7 o.m . forth
>r t h e ea rly bird w oricers.
)
C arios Eugenio VldesI Casanova
Ct
y o u w n y o u r n e w c a r.
,
7 3 3 -•77 7 0 0
Twin F alls
with opposition political
Ie
II leaders.
Let's Start
rt A War Oi Waste!
WHI
iEN YOy'REE HOT, YOL
•U'REHOT!
rH E IS J EENM01
l
JM R S
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nF
Falls, Icljhp
Sunday, Jan
lan uary 29.1904
Mtion
\ Selecting^^
F ire d3estro\^ builcd i n g , k iills fivee peop) l e / ^
WALDEN, N.Y. (AP
AP) — Fire de- apartnw
m en ts above, a pizierla. sc
said
stroyed a tbre»«tor;
tory apartm ent F ir e Chi
Hilef Jim Ryan,
, building early Saturda;
day , killing five
efigbter^said tiie tieat from t •
people, critically iojur
Juring one man
- w n s .w i . I n t f i w e t h f l L t h e y - C o i
wtKT^mnped to s a f tt^y si r o v m e 11 ■
Qter tbe building until 6 : ^ a.n
o tb ers homeleas la fre
w e^ g t o p e r a uidcr
nutes a n e r it was brought und
— tures. •
-------ol;“ A” nearby senior cltlzer
control;
:
w
as
evacuated
as
a
precautlor
ta t4 : 5 1 a .m .a t a homewa
The blaze bndce outa)
brick and wood-frazxM
ime building on
Thede
1dead included a woman andd b<
her
M ain Street Uiat bousei
lung ciiUdren and a teen-ages boy
bc
ised two floors of two your
and teen-age glri,, be
ii said. He did not from
)m tbe roof of tbe. burning[str
stn jc tu r e
Identify them, p ^ndtog notlflcatkn of t o aa.ilower building's roof ^ o d tib e n t o
Ihelr families, an(
md iiad no further ttie9 gground, Ryan said.
Information oa tin
Ihelr ages o r relao3ttb
l e r residents esc^ied dov
d o w n fire
ses~of death~had not™ m t jii
s ^Id .-. .
l>een determined, headded.
hf
sn se -w a s
* y a n - s a ld -tl» -flre ’8 - can»
The injured man.
in. r e p o i ^ to ^ t i wd ^e r Investlgatloo, but that
s t b1 e b a d
Ical condition a t a n e a rly iiospitai, -c oacluded
od
fy'nrt n n n r —
it begon.oQ tbe aecoo
landed on a cemenl
mt driveway at the
andd tb
t at investigators had rul<
r u le d o u t
re a r of the buildint
Ing. Ho had jumpd arson
»n.
^
I
Youngsster taki:es lead
,
'
ife.and.I Just couldn’t stan dd .o
tc
P j.r-.,.w jicnj;te_5yb0lejife
------ -MARLIN, Tejtas (APJ.
n ore.”
multlmiUioiHloUar sala fell apart see it noom
!T ce v e r set In, It
Authori
a n d tb e h a n b e st w inter
Dritles say the condition of the
the
ids o f surviving Iwrses is imy v,
who made tbe thousands
w a s tb e U*yeatw>ld boy
diffeicnde.
. proving{ ssince Walker's call and the
rs e s slated for resulting]
M ore than 1,200 borse
lg public response,
nuddy pastures . Now local
loc officials are left w ith the
' slaugbtOT
In tbe mm
^ vlfftim s nf a __qufistiono
—-0Lxentral_33Bxas_tbe_$
nof.who’p
_______
t>u&loess deal some call
All •‘bfld JudgF alls County
C^c
ent
cattle rancbere spent
m e n t" and otbers call “•a
a s2c a m .”
from $22 million
e
3uy
to ts million to buy
A b o rse breeder wbose
Dse son nagged 14,000 bor
torses from' a locol-company
wy
h im ab o u t tbe situation
n called
c
a tele- caUed Hoi
Horses Unlimited, which prtv
vision statkm two weeks
k s ago, setting m ised to
o Ibuy them back at tb e sam e
in m otion a relief effort
rt tth at brought price plut
lus f t per day for w hat the
h a y a n d otber grains and
an donations b o raesate
ite.
fo r food Crom aa fa r aw ayaslx>ndon.
ay 1
R ancbei
bers said they w ere told
old
. “ M y son Cbancei .and.
Id I had been Horses Unlimited
Uc
the
would then sell tho
w atching horses die for
w
r weeks,”
said horses to a slaughter tiouse. UlDon Walker. “I didn’t imow
kr
what to tim ately,
f, tb e borse m u t would bo
do. H e k ep t pestering mo ea
e ; n d o n e d a y soldlnESurope.
^o
h e said , ’Daddy, who’st ggoing to talk
Rancher
iers blame Roland Jo n es J r .
fo r tbose borses?’
on, the financier of H orses
of Clifton,
iCS
“ I h a d to set an exam
am ple for my Unlimited,
ed, wbo axuKKmced Jan . 13 he
s o n ," W alker said. *'Hon
torses a re our couldn’t. buy
bu tbe iKirses back.
fB WITH THIS C
☆
1 5 % O 'F
F F o n b lock and w hile p rin t oi
Thif coupon g o o d o<n ly .o n ne w order* e n d u n lll
F
lIFeb.
2)
I
^u J (e ^
tSih.
A n n
R o se
>om I re a lm e n I It bound to bee cool,
cO'
r e s t f u l and s e re n e . A nd lhe
A n y »uch rooi
jlo ih e s o l b rig h i occent colors, lo r
p©»iibiiiiio». lo
i, r d ro m o obound — In iploi^
- In o vividly po in te d o r popered
e d wvto ll.
>er
color
th e m e s . For e x o m p te , look
eh
v
a
rie
ty
c
a
n
b
e
lound
In
oth
e
r
c
T h .,< .m .,i t h
It. w h e o t a n d na tura l tone*. G re en s
o w n i, b e lg e t. tond. r u tt.
-"1 ,';;,'° ^ ;^IrahoT
:of b rorv^oT
sonrD rbfoos-een-olio-soT ve o» youi----orot-T ornnT C roon*
v o ried ■.'Ihom*
Tie." J u l l b e sure, w hon you d o cch o o se a dom lnont th e m e color,
I h o lll l io n >
e you
y con re o lly U el com loriable
ble \w llh.
A n d w h e n yoouu w e n t v o rlo ty , In color, te x lu
tu re on d s ty le . In hom e lu rn ishings.
b e tu r e lo look
lo< o v e r o o r g re a t cotlocilon
9n . . , q u 6 Ilty living ro om , dining,
b o d ro o m ond
< e o ilo n a t furniture a t pleoting
ising pric e s.
d oc
I
•
<
-------------
LJtOSE
\H
^
.
II071SJ
Y our D roxel Herlti
rita g e Store
S lu d io
.............
• * Blvd.. Twin F alli
. 'I 'h AAv*. Eo»r and Blua Lak«a
________
I
J o
llle w o rld c a n com e to te e m I m
moo n o to n o u t In no rth ern e lim e i by
w in te r * whll
b e c o u te sn o w bound c iliz e n t »top
I h e lim e Feb
vbruory a r r lv c t . . . bui onlyf bO'
looklnfa. Actu
td ccio n lro s t In ony in o w y x e n e I*
rtuolly Ih e r o n a e o l color and
• b o a u liru ltfvvoriod.
o
lorlty
r e o to n lo r I h e enduring popular
II o l w h ite s In h o m e lurnlihlng*.
a reo m d e ni e In oil w h ile con hove'm ony
ny " co lo rs" . . . creom o r ivory, olf.
in iih e t. grey -w h lle o r blue-w hite,
illq u o w h ito .^ <||o i t or^iolln (l lnii
wh»e
WidowV to lose2$500,0()00 hom(le for unipaid bill
j
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4 4
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------ CARBOLLTON,-itea
ioca&-(An)— An— saya btodld-DothIng
ei
wrong^Heplans.
m&Ifl__ John, were given the
m land
and tbe land where
he land 40 years ago farm
l
e n Mrs.
illite ra te widow nbose
ose rainsltackle sell tbete1 land for 1600,000, accorYltog
ng to for their vrorlc onTBfe'fjewby-cottnn—-W
U
alla
last vear
ilace-llves.was-aaaesaedJB9;
hom e cam e to be wort
■orth niorn than a law ye
y e r for Mrs. WaUace. and1 bj
has
farm of Charles McK
B24.000. ,
cKamy.
at$S2
$500,000 as this subur
m rb grew now ^ v e n b(h e r three weeks to leave} the
U
li a t l e y to
At the time, C arr
nM
rrolltra was a ttoy
In
I arch 1965, sb e hired Whal
staix is to lose ber propel
perty becHuse of bouse, ,alaitbougb tlie Impoiding sale
lie Is Isolated community
Ity and McKamy fix bbee r roof and signed wbatt bh<e s a i d
a n 18-year>oId agreemnent
et with a con* belnsctu
challenged to court
estim ated the land'f
j ’s value a t 12,500. w as as CMitract requiring h er t
tra c to r wbo said sbe didn’t
dl<
pay him
...r ,.
Now ll’s a busUtagg ;suburb of Dallas tb e $3,500
bill wltbto 90 d a yts,s ,:so m e -,
$:
___prom pUy for fb^ a l ee^^ r o o f .
“ tbe
2^ Lord could come down bei
l g «th<» a n irt w n n M hi>vt» hbceaJm-—
»^
*b o ca n n o rrw d ' f ? r tq»eak,"~be*d—say—P ve—be<
sible.
and office buildings;s Ih W q>routed on POSsIt
e ^ ” said Mrs. WaUace, a tlx
o r w rtte, says r£e baiti}
rely remem bers
, ^
_
r — —
—
in with thick hom -rlmimed
mi
algning tbe document
It In 19C0 that
.
!3. •‘There’s always someboc
five acres
d eeded over ber bouseB and
a
I
S
A
V
I
C
O
U
P
O
N
☆
n’
with
cdored
people.
Lll<
o f land to the coctrt
I
VllSD
rds, tbey always want somi
ame- ,
oidi
Id P h o fo t C eplad t R * « le r« d __
WhaUey.
•
Slock a n d w<hlt*
h l copy negoflvM, resuloHy 1
3 thol Mn., ‘^ S f o tor
r nothing,”
W hatley maintains
W allace knew what d ieew
wascjoingand
M rs. Wallace
W
and her iate husband
“ ■I. j * .
, -N iCe w * 1 .0 0 .a c h
and
Arranging _
Furnishings
20 M ain A venue North
7 33-2800
2 i£ _ i
MllTKTlff
T ra n sp lain
i t p a tie nitt in com a
p rn S B U R G H (A P—
) - iA 4-yearoid
R hode Island girl bellevec
v ed to be only
one of th ree dtUIdreo in the
th e world with
' tw o liv ers was In a com
sm a Saturday
following thg
ten b taa eco o d
donor liver.
____ J/S h e jtiU rem ains In c rl
. Uon a n d Is comatose.”
^ .s o ? S
a nur»*»g sSU{
d i l l d r e n ’s HospitaL
«ye<l Justine
• - - Curly^xalred, hrown^y*
R.L.
P in belro of Pawtucket, R
.I ^vent toto
a com a Tuesday, a l ^utt 2 >.‘i weeks
Mid .'^iixUlaiy
a f te r receiving a second
Uver. n ie
nie case drew' concern an d
tion fftim first lady N ancy
consolatio]
icy
H
R eagaa
___
larents, Debbie and Jo sepph
h
), have q>ent bours a t th eir
Blr H B
Id ’s bedside to the b o ^ l ta J’s
l ’s p a W
e care-unll,-even sleeptog
nigbL
b c ^ for Ju stto e ,”
“ They' stULhave
St
ila Pinbelro, the child’s a u n t
said Edila
Ived,from Pawtucket a fe ^
who arrivi
days ago0 to
t t » with her brother and
[B B JonotLoo
-law.
slster-ln-la
Fresh Bokod
BH '
I
i | 7 Graam Bread I
Second thhoughts acome late
toer’s o H[ice
Ia ruled the death a suJcld«
------ DALLAS* (AP)---- - Ak—as-yearold—
-2
l e - ® - l £ l i r ---------Id
lls 24th-aoor
caused by
by multiple Injuries, field
o ilm an jum ped from tils
-----------—
dy
.iq>artment, then tried to g ra sp tbe ^ ag e n tJuJyCooksald.
balcony with ooe band bef<
sefore be fell * Witnesses
ses in tbe office bulldtog said
.fyfaniTitnQ
hta
ched Hamon climb over the
El (as nearby
titey watch*
' office w orkera watched, poll
of his apartment balcony a t 8
jMllccsaid.'
b^ nlsterofl
Jake
H am m III,, an
a oil com- *a.m. and1 then
tl
dangle over tbe side.
p a n y executive aztd fo
r er part
form
boldtog )n
on to tiie raillog for a few
o w ner o f tbe Natk>nal1 Basketball
1
falling, accordtog to
seconds before
bel
vericks, was
police,
A ssociation’s Dallas Mavei
IdUed Instantly Friday wiier
ic
bH
« p S j
tien he hit tbe
l h e worki
rkere “said it looiced like hc
roof of a paticlttg garage) adjacent
ai
to
changed his
iii£ mind and was trytog too
fm
tb e ap a rtm en t buildiog, poIi<
o lice saifl.
climb back
ck In.” said police dctecUvee
s y
■nie D allas County medi(
jdlcal exam«-*Don Ortega
fga.
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C had’s capital
iltal of N’Djamena, and
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helicopter patn
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ng the new
defensive perim
rimeter.
PARIS (AP) — Five .moqths^after relu<
jluclanUy
.“ No hostile2 presence
pr
w as detected." th«
a .« t> e t c m o
ps in (3md,. Franco h a s m ade
ad clear M inistry reporte
CMmmittlng troops
arted.
irectconfronlation if Libya’s
there will be a dire
u H d ra ld a’s troops
The moves; were
wc In response to a grour
o r the retiels Llbyi
>ya supports dare cro ss the
I
le French
allegedly by Ui
Libyan forces —Inside gov
PARIS (AP) — Ri(
Riot police sealed the pn
k up a
forward line.
protesters refused to break u
a n d French-coni
»ntrolIed territory, which rt
resulted lii
off P a ris ’ student ciuartCT
qu
xoops ore backing the .for
for Iwurs demon
)f ffoiir
The French tro
forces of th e downing of ia French Jet fighter plane
lonstration over the trial of
S atu rday,— flgbtlng)e-ler-— C hadionPresident
tnt-Hlssene K obm In their ClvU
ch w ar—day.-The pilott w
lg— pn>.ArmcQian— self-pn
Irsl French
proclaimed-m em bers-of the-I
wj ^ kliled, becoming the fin
p ro testers and arrestl
racked rebelatloya^ to formei
for the
against Llbyan>bai
sstlng hundreds. A m rist
Bt iArmenian Secret Army for
n er Pres-'- -casualty sinceFi
e France intervened in Augus
ist.
sccond big demonstn
hKddei, the m an K abreoustc
u r are
Ident (Soukouni Ow
stration in an im- Liberal
sration of Armenia. The four
isted_.__. - - L ibya says tbe
the raid w a s carried out by Goukounl’s
G<
......... -m ig ra n t__ nelgbborfac
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On F riday, thee French expanded theirr area
fhood
protested- -on tria]
of reixsls.
rial for the bloody takeover of the
conditions In Moroccc
an
avGjrsge
of'90
m
iles
north
go
‘
cxuitroi
in
O
iad
a
n
CCO,, but broke up Turkisi
rth of the
T he new loui
iclsh Em bassy three years ago.
lough posture by ^France! indicates
quietly after dozenss ol
le ]ReIS thiw irallel^ita:
to theisth parallel, and bey
of arre sts, policc
Hund
jndreds of police from the
wyond In P resid en t Franc
ger simply
ancols M itterrand Is no longc
safd.
- ..
utd'told theh* 3.000 troops
: fire trying to contair
ance's
some a re a s ~ an
publlui
« to
lean Securiiy Company, Franc
advance In
tain the Libyan ahd rebel ad
P aris’ “ wiihout warning"
g" on any “hostile elements
h anti-riot force, sealed off Paj
nts” that Chad. He Is trylr
rylng lo push it back for thes flret
1
time
It was the worst stree
stt t violence in tousfl.o
j
then
tried
to
cross
the
ne
newline.
Itkinal
student
quarter
and
U
In
this
latest
ou
x:n almost
outbreak of w hat has beei
sands o f students l ^ ^ ti c
F ran c e since thousan
»d-nin
A d d itl^ J t I
jets and continual civil1wt
ht a series of hlt-and-i
war for 19 y e a rs In Chad,
battled police with nx
rocks an d botUes
with Jaguar* f l ^ t |r j j p l
mlshes fo^ several hours; w
itched to
The new Fren<
lime
•ench defensive line for the! first
f
In cities across Pran
ranee la s t spring
11groups of demonstrators,
ogainst
during a week of protests
pi
flclals said that earlier Saturd
IS a t F rench unOfflcl
educational refonns
securit:
everal
,
rity squads arrested "seve
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nch forces Insldo the potential ra n g e
places French
planes based in southeast Libya and the
Libyan watplai
aou Strip In northern Chad.
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vances the French poslUon to within 120 Z
town of Faya-Largeau. Libya’s
r a U p o ' U i oDooasis
t
main advance
K e base. F rance claims Libyan forces.,
jed Faya-Largeau's air strip to h a n d le r.;,
transport p lanes
l ^ and intends lo expand it further tq .^ ^,
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forces al all11 In
lr Chad, the capability of a tta c ld n g _ ' ‘
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(, P) — Prime
meeting
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to
M inister P ierre EUlott
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fi
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devoted three months
hs of effort and
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deau Is now In the middle of a
travel around the world
rid to his attem pt
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IS between the Czechosii
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and
United States and the Soviet
So'
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ge can be communicated to>th e
of national leaders,, ith e Canadian Kremlin!
lin Indirectly.
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:ew concrete acEven
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sals
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f his efforts,
w for
are stalle
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Jlan
W hat Trudeau would
Ild lik e to make
leader set
sei for his peace initiative in <
a
the clim ax of his drive
ive — a trip to speechI last
ia October — “ to reverse: the
th<
Moscow — Is hostage to
lo ith e uncertain dangerou
■ously downward trend linee If
In
health of Soviet Presid
M ldeDt-Yori-V:- East-Wes
/est relations” — does seemn t<
to
Andropov, who has proi
iromlscKl only a have occu
Murred.
T o m r o (AP) - Sur.
urvlvors of the
first atom ic bombing
' ere in the
g w
audience Saturday when
en th e U .S .fU m
“The Day After,” depicU
ictlng a nuclear
attack on America, Isegi
egan its run in
Hiroshim a a t a sparse
rse ly attended
movie house.
Hiroshim a was thei ta
tj rg e t of an
atom bomb droppedi by a U.S.
w arplane on Aug. e, 1945,
M5, In th e final
days of World War II.
Aklhiko' Takahashl,, 52, former
oshima Peace
director of the, Hlrosh
or <
of th e bomb
Museum and a survivor
Kyodo News
attack, was cjuoted byy ¥
“The horrible
Service as saying. “Tl
allon w a s de-'
scene of atomic radiatli
pi th e real
. picted well, athough
nuch m oro in* Hiroshim a blast was mw
hum an than the film. I irecom m end
that youth should see It In o rd e r to
understand the m isery
ry of nuclear
w ar.”
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ADDIS ABABA. Eth
Sthiopla (AP) The.!. Informants,
L
close
who have do:
A ttacks on trains conne
luiecting Ettiiopia contacts
cts with authorities in boi
with Djibouti killedi 29
2 people Inst Djibouti
uti and Ethiopia, said the a
week, including a nun
iumt>er o f Ethlo- tacks probably
pr
It by
were carried out
fc
plan soldiers, authorlt
sritative sources the West
rant.
estem Somali Liberation F ran
said on Saturday.
ip supported by Somalia.
y. , T h ^
said a groups
[s pf n ^ b l y were
Somali-backed rebels
front is fighting to end Ethl<
;thio;tacks.
TheI fr
responsible for the attac
of the dispute
lUted
Land mines and bas
bazooka fire re- plan domination
do
in region, over which Somali
lalla
portedly Injured m ore
n than 120 peo- Ogaden
thiopia clashed in 1977 and 1978."
197;
pie. The railway linei tias
hi been dosed and EthI
g the w ar. some TO),000 refugee
gees
since the lost incident,
t, oi
on J a n . 21.
Duringtl
L‘the"death“to lla t~ n e d to rsomalla-and-3o;ooomore'wei
S(
EarlJw- reports pul'th
to DJIb.
JIboutl.
17to20.
Japan se
‘D ay A fti
France, v.-hlc
•hich says there aro 3,500 Libyan tro o p s
hi Cliad, Is; now
no clearly warning Libyan le a d e r’
M oam m ar Kha
EQiadafy lo stay away, not only from ' - •
N’Djam ena but from tens of thousands of m iles of
new territory
I
ry behind
the relocated Frcnch “ red :
Hne.”
w r /lig
■ ' • - ' ly ;
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)raclal reports ot
lh Ithe
ided to “ show solidarity with
injuries Saturday, but
lu lsp o k e sm M fo r
jccan people" following rioti
lotlng
both groups claimec
ned several de- i»-t wo
week in three northern cities
;Ies of
m onstrators were hiju
njured In attacks
North African nation.
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IIctTwid the demonstration,f. hi
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to is s u e p e rm its in oni) im m igrant neighboiho<^
for either demonstratio
Itio n .
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e r P aris, broke up quickly’after
afl
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T e ste d m o r o th a n officers
ers arrested several people. T
200 people in the Latin
itin Q u a rter w hen crow ddddispersed quietly, they said.
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o ut of a h o ^ ita l
-------- S a tiirc la y - a f te r bel
being trea te d fo r
s e v e r e s c a lp b u mtss ih e suffered
his h a i r w a s ig nited
t special e ffec ts
id by
w hije b c film e d a TV
rv (conunercial.
M o re th a n 200 c al
a lls a m inute h a d
s tr e a m e d into thl ee sw itchboard a t
B ro tm a n M em orial
Ii
II Hospital
and avid
fan s h a d " po u red In
Inlo the m edical
_
fa c ility in a tte m p tss ttoo s e ^ l m .
D r. S te v e n Hoeffli
ifflih said Ja ck so n
left th e h o sp ita l in
in aj w heelchair a t
12:30 p .m . an d wk-as
as escorted b y a
b o d y g u a rd a n d relal
elatives to an unknow n locaU on b y ccar.
ar
H o efflin , a plastic
Stic surgeon, s a id
J a c k s o n s till h a d som
sc e discom fort
fro m tiie b u m s but
u t ‘‘h e w anted to
leav e t h c h o sp ital am
n d I thought it w a s
a p p ro p r ia te to d ischa
::harge him a t th is
tim e .” H e ha d said
Id e« arlie r Ja c k so n
could s u f f e r som e5 pperm anent h a ir
loss.
J a c k s o n . 25. a multi:
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w on: e<ig h t A m erican Music Awards
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was watching the taping,
th ls nm; o n th a n d could win 12 Giram
ran m y
John Branca, a qaokesman for tbo
a w a r dt s n e x t m onth, h a d a palm
m-s
-skcd
singer, said a smoke-bomb canister ~
p a tc*h o f h is sc a lp singed F rid any
y night
n
m ay have exploded on Jackson’siialr. '
w hile
e film in g a com m crcIal
lal for which was treated with pomade for P e p slsl-Cola — one of two that wiU
wil be
th e scene. But police Lt. Marion
showmn d u rin g th e n ationally telev;
ilevised Helenkamp sold he understood tiie
G ram
28.
fire was ignited by quuics from
mim y presen tatio n s on Feb.1. 28.
ja ccj,k s o n 's to u r m anoger, Ls
L arry
fireworks that were going off durtng '
LaVsot
o n , s a id a " special p yrotechn
chnlcaJ
the filming.
e ffe c:t"
t’ som ehow Ignited Jacksc
ckson’s . - “ I t could have been much more of a .
c u r l I.s ,w
' hich h a d been g reased for
fo rlh e serious injury,” Hoefflin said. "II, tiie
fUminf
ng.
bum , is a palm-sized area on tho la c k ___
D oct
c to r s s a id Jackson suffe
uffered o f his scalp, but Uiere a re no bums lo___
se co nidd- a n d third-degree bums:
........his facborotherareas."
J a c:kk so n h a d m anaged to sleep
sli
The doctor praised Jackson’s
d u rintgg th e n ig h t " b u t w as up w atch
Itching brothers for pulling the singer's coat
T V to>1I a .m .,’’ Hoefflin said a t a ne
news over his head to douse tlie flames and
confere
ire n ce e a r lie r S aturday aatt the
;
Immediately applying Ice lo tiie
iio sp lta
ta i in th e w estern Los Ange
jigeles wound.
s u b u ■b
rb o f C u lv e r City.
Jackson
"m ay
require reT he
! a c c id e n t in the Shn
Shrine constnictive surgery but we really
A uditor
o r lu m n e a r downtown o c curred
cu n
, c a n ’t determine tiu t at tills time,”
a s J atcdk so n w a s com ing down
n liler- Hoefflin said. " It really depends on
r a c e d sste p s to w ard th e front of
o f the
t
th e amount of hair g r o ^ he has in
sta g o ,, si in g in g a P epsi jingle to Ithc
this area. It will take a few weeks to
tu n e oiff h1 is h it so n g "Billy J e a n ,"’’ st
said determ ine the hair loss — it could be
M a r g aarre t W atkins of Fullerton,I, w
who perm anent.” -
W orkeer ra m s cem ployee r ’s buildings
N EW ORLEA N S (A
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“ IleIf
flt o n th e first h it," D ordain
In st
said h im Stone was there, but tiie pbone
w o rk e r r a m m e d a nI earth-m
ea
ovcr inlo
F rid a yy.. “ I couldn’t w ait for a seco,
lecond w as dead.
a d is p a tc h in g t>uildli
Idlng a t his old
h it; I ml
m ight b e d e a d now.”
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en w recked tw o
TTie g u a r d sa fd he bruised his
Ii
Is leg
com pany dispatcher, Dordain said, he
o th e r b u l l d l n ^ a f t e r a guard told h im
ru n n inlg
g
fro m
the 20-by-40-fo
;o-foot sa w the big eartli-movlng machine
to le a v e , o f f l o p s say.
y.
w ood-an
in d -m e ta l building a fte r 1the
1
moving toward tlie building. He said
T h o m a s ^ B t o n e , 31. who w as fired .carUi-m<
m o v e r buckled th e wall aQ fe
few .. h e ran out after tiie machine crashed
fr o m J .x>ulJ p g M ateri
terials Co. Inc. on
fe e t fron
3 m h lm .
Into tiie wall and saw Stone tiacklng
o n $36,000 ^ood..-~ .£% amUige
ai
54 InconaMera
to
the iKiUdlngss a1 t
or.
away.T'^?=V> ' . ’v
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driver
S a tu r d a y
c h a rg;es
e s of a tte m p ted
L ouisian
an a' M ate ria ls, a shell deale
jaler, ' _ - ' '
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m u r d e r, S ^ r a v a t e dd <
crim
inal
da
m
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a
s
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p o o ls
58 Droll fellowi
9 2 V ainglory
ag e a n d crim in a l ttrespass, sa id
to D o rdJ a in ’s c a r a t COO, police said,
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rintcndcnt Joseph - D ordal
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e m o tio n a l
(with "Th®"
C a n n a te lla .'"
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le a le r’s e a rly W ednesday an
60 O n th e —
9 4 A n o in t.o n c o
1 0 7 C ause ones
le a e lf
20 D is p la c e d
Two d a y s a f te r hef w
wias fired. Stone
s p o tte dI S to n e w alking in th e compari
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100 Privy to
leave. T h e s h e lls a r e! so
30 E x te n s io n s» '
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65 Woo<»-ahaplr
79 P ru B sio n
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104 U m b rag e
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3 8 U nit o f a ro o*
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extraordinary
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ay
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42 N a m e sa k e s
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74 H ostess Mast
ter. N.H.
4 3 —i ju r d y
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4 4 B u lirig h lo rs
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76 Confident
5 Conductor
51 “ F a b le s In
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64 Amah's hollda
B
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for short
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85 Mythical
53 S u p p lie d f o o d
6 Himalayan
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5 5 S o b r iq u e t fo r
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7 Q lv eto each
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n
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66 Showy
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56 N o w sp a p e r
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58 W W in u rso
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in the Red Uon Show Lounge
s u p e rv is o r
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BOISE (AP) — T
Tbe Idabo Republicon S tste C cntral'
*alODmmitteetuis
.fdrxoed a «pp^ni pi>w
onel to help push
for the passage of •o
a widfrsweeplng
. public education reforn
onnbUI..... i
' “We’U let th&poliUcs
Jcsofitfallvrt>ere
they m ay. We’ro tol<
Interested in the
' ^welfare of the youngipec^le
pc
attending
tbo publl(nschoolfi-oi
-or-U iis"state.”
Chairman Dennis 01s<
)lson said Saturday.
Olson announced for
formation of the
committee during a ce
cenlral committee meeting In Boise.
He said the Q)ecia]I p£
panel will watch
; for efforts to scuttlee tthe bm, clUng
' criticism s tbe Idab
iaho EducaUon
, AssoclaUon has raise
Used about the
. measure.
I
warns
a*igainst klegislation
SEATTLE
(AP)
—
The
^ s t e m ’s procedi
xlural re q u ire m e n ts
"In order for U » « v p ly systen* to
"In
a e llm in a tln g -lts — effoci
ashlngton Public Powor' S
Siu f^ y • for contracUng[-and
[focUvely plan' and c a rry out i t s .
bt o ^
cu rren t auttwrlt;
sponsU)Uitics for a re s ta rt of cooiTstem's
execuUve
ity to m odify’ n n d
respo
“iw /ould<xpect
ou
th at If opposition
on IIs year.
tracts.
struc:
weekend
consolidate contn
m ction on projects' Nop. 1 a o d 3
expr
[pressed concem lUUs wee
proposed
sed such a s we see from th
the
It is part of a plan
m to raise salaries
U au t proposed legislation1 could
h e moUiballed plants), tbe tools
warning w a s con(Uie
Tho board’s w
<
i e a , this
his com m ittee wUi go to woric
mnV
ric tto
by $33 miUlon over•atw
'a o-year period
resume
tained In 'a lett
available to tbe’ suiqily ^
a k e it-m ore difficult to re:
itter to R e p . " D ic k
c uihcnUy
irc
help run
I
im Interference,”
he said,
lo. help attract ai
and retain good
worl
non o f th e H o u s e
systei
Nelson, chalrma
i^tem must renjain In dfe c t, o s a
ork on its two mothbaUed nnuu d ea r
And h<
he said -tbo commlttee-woul
ould- tea ch ers.--------------------------------------- - p la n
-------------- E nei^'-C om m ltl
itlee.—a n d - S e n —A l— mlinlmum,^'theletteraald.-------------inlr
opposeJ iattem pts — even from ReRt
Ul, schoo) districts
. lih
Th e Washington Legislatui
Also under the bUl
rman o f t h e S e n a te
The board’s letter dealt solely
Iture is
WUliams. cholrm
publican
an legislative leaders — to) re
ro- would establish “career
“'
E nergy Commltlo
tloe.
, wiUi
ladder"
cons
lUi tltho contnicUng q u ^ o n s .
insldcring changing the supply
si
duce fui
funding tb e bill provides _^P_r
fo - P r o f f ’ams.for.teache
bers,..with.^lecilic—
■teadier"
if pay hikes i t h o u t makihi
m ent and correking steps of advoocem
somekim
dnd of adjustm ent in the overal
•roll
spondingpayiiUces.
budget bUl.
public scbooi
sd
E vans’ own task force
fo
on educaUon
Gov.. John
Ji
E vans, a Democrat, ha
has
also wants to raise(teachers
ti
salaries.
called Uw
lh bUl a good foundation-t
n to
but a t a higher li^vcl
'Cl and ra a faster
build on but h a s stopped shortt oof
tim e ta b le ,. >
ling 11.
endorsing
“Obviousiy Uils Is
a ian elecUon year.
The bUl,
bU introduced in Uie House
lUse,
Tliey’re trying Uiclr
Blr best to get In
would ln<
increase th e pay of certlflo
Ifled
front,” Evans soldj :Saturday of the
mel by $20.3 mUlion next flsca
personne;
«.
seal
new GOP committee.
s
\LEN TIN 1E L O V E L I N E ^ S ^
ECIAL
F O3R SOME(:ONE SPEI
— 1 5 w o rrds^^ 6 ^ a0 —
Cbuntiies fail diredging{deadlinle
' SAiyr“LAKE-CITY-(
if-(AP) --T im e — “ In mj
fth e — lorward-and-ll-moy-b
my-oplnlon,-the-dredging ofth
>-t)e-aomeihlng-we-------------Tanqiarently bas run out
n ^Bv e r Is still a very importan
)Ut on a proposal
Jordan
•tanl can do this fail,” ^ pencer said. “But
to dredge the ailt-cic
we need lo complete
clogged Jordan
projectt Uiat
t
\rtieUicr the corps
le tto there is a quesUon \rt
R iver lo prevent ^ r l n g flooding
nan- would participate.”
assist us
us In our long-term flood man
because Utah and Salt
J
lit Lake
counUes
agement
tni program , ’’ Matheson wrote,
ole.
Under Uie propos
Ycould not reach agreem
osed agreement,
Sal
lement an^l meet
One of
of the disputes involved Sajt
County and thee 1state would pay
- anA rm yCorpsofEnglni
;Ineers deadline.
LakeC^ou
bounty’s w ish to modify an 2885
1881
jiKe $500,000 with Uie cojp:
. Lorry Lunnen, state
I
*p3 picking up Uie
te Pubilc
Safety
agreemei
nent ouUInlng when Utah Laki
I Commissioner, said tiie
njse
rem
ainder
of
the
cos
ost. The counUes
th e corps “ bent
could bo
be lowered. The Compromlst
; over backward to help
ai liable for damelp us." but re- Level Agreem
Ag
ent of 1885 says Uiai also would have been
t. tar Monday lo
whenjy^i Lake reacl^ .flood stage, agesinthclrareas.
iiiracfond have
gates'can
;a n n tt^ tK tu £ 9 t~ '' •
•grfor
dan------work completed by April
i r l l l. R ivertoh
oboldw atw badc7
'
Gov. Scott Matbeson
n ssaid In a letter
Donald
tld Spencer, director of Sail
> o
EASV FRIM E X C m N S .I
Friday to A rthur WU
hVilliams, corps Lako Cou
tounty P ublic Wortcs, said Uic
rch & Scho ol
'
district m anager in S^cram
ac
3 and
ento that counUes
a tho s ta te did not plan any
,the agreemeilt couldI not
n bo signed last-minul
SKATlHfi
PARTIES
nule negotiaUons during the
' because neither county
o
id lo
ycoQld
agree on weekend
t twat tb e corps’ deadline.
___ leg allsstie s._______ ___________“ We sU
st*Jl_want_the_proJecl- to.go
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wn M e s s a g e 0O
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from $66.7 million,- after
ock.
w ere paid on preferred stock
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one-tlmo deeam lngs was due to a one
after Idaho
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Pow er eliminated the debt
del on Ils •
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SALMON (AP) - Temperatures
T<
ilmon on Saturwere a bit cooler in Salm
Ihe Ice-jammed
day and conditions on the
led stable, o(Salmon River remained
fidals said.
The NaUonal W e ather
er!Service said
a flood warning woul
ould continue
Uwjugh Sunday.
Salmon has been havi
aving flooding'
problems for several we«
weeks because
of large ice Jams on the
i
tie Salmon
and
Lemhi rivers, which m eet
set a t the lown.
•'A bouf 125 homes 1have been
evaciuted since flooding
1
lg t)egan
earlle r tills month, and 3 0 0150
^ people have
been forced out of th eir
s ir homes, according to officials.
roblems have
The most recent prot
(.•ccurred on the SalmonQR
B iver, which
ttday, two feet
was at nine feet on Saturd
above Oood stage, meteor
eoroIogiBt Joel .
. . Tannenholz said in Boise.
eIn Salmon, Sherm an Dickens
Oic
of the
' Salmon
and Rescu Unit said
__ a few people had moved
ved liack into
homes evacuated earlier
e r because of
flooding.
“ Wo’ro suggesting tiiey
ey inot go back
'
In," be said. "AnytWng; co
could happen
on that river. If these ice
ce Jams shift,
e r ."
the water could come over.
Idaho Pov>wer
earns recc:ord
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CALDWELL ( A P ) - AASSalmon man
who escaped from the Lemhi
Lei
(^unly
Jail twice In 1962 is on t hlee run
r again.
Steven Burk, wlra went
nt tto the Idabo
eb. 25, 1982,
State PenitenUary Feb.
' escaped from protecUve
ve custody in
Ung.
Caldwell Saturday momln{
Don Mc(?une, director'OftiieCanyon
of
County DetenUon Center,
er, said Burie
e penilenUary
was transferred from ttie
p
on Jan. 6.
“He was woridng as a ttrustee and
' Just made It out the kitchen
lendoorwhen
ttie shifts wero ciumglng.
ng,” McCune
said.
:
"We v i ^ very fam ilia
Ular WlUl his
past,” tte sold. “But.we felt
fell he had an
excellent atUtude and w
waas working
hard for parole.”
Seventh OlsUict Judge
Ige Boyd R.
Thomas sentenced Burk lo
to 12 years In
prison on a charge ofr aggravated
a
d wiUi
shootiM itt^ . He was charged
v
\p rll 3. 1981. .
ing a Salmon m an on Apt
Burk also was sen ten codIto five years
mpc, once on
on two counts of Jail escap
Jan. 3,1982 and a seom dI tim
th e Jan. 5,
1382.
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Sunday,
ly , Jan u ary 29,-1984
Van-trailin crashikiU sA
SHELLEY (A P) - One
ne ivictim was dead a t tbei hospital
h
a f te r attempts to
released from the tio ^pltal
lti and the re v iv e tie rfa
failed.
condiUon o f several others
ers improved
Michelle Cabello
C
w a s thrown about
S aturday following a van
Tjm the vetilcle when the
.ran-traln col- 100 feet fror
hslon th a t UUed four ^>eople
i»
)^Uie_dfihtrearLquarter of
and tra in strtjcl^i
Injured seven others. .
th e van, he u ld . G ustavo Fuentes and
The accident occurred1 late
le Friday M atthew Cal
'abello also were thrown
a t a ru ra l cr o ^ ln g ju s t norti
;t.
orth of Shelly about SOfeet.
in southoostcm Idaho,, authorities
t
.. Hiaiella Paa
'az, 24, lost a n unborn child
said.
tries In tb e accident. Ms.
due to injurl
A.southbound Union P aclfic
ad
freigh t p a z was- herself
1;
hospitalized In
traid; a t r tick a - westbonnddiOon, authorities said.
v a n - c o r i T ^ I I people ncj
near the In- ' ®®aI1 t h ? >assengers
^
w ere from tho
tcrsecUon of U.S. Highway
my 91 and a sheUey a r ;a.
^ only a short distance county ro a d a t aljout 6:45 p.n
ene of th e accident.
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.D e ad a t the-sc6ne were
ere Gustavo
_
. .
'er of th e van, I ^ c l o°
E^ientes, 19, «md Matthew
x CCa b d J o . 5 ,
Hw
GOOD SUNDAY &
ntes, 59, s a id be did not see
obertL aPler C astro Fucnti
[d ijo S ta te P olice Cpl. Robe
■ MONDAY, JAN. ■
o r hear the tn
train, L aP iersald.
Michelle Cabello, 2, .was
,wi trans29-30 O n l y ... ■
H e said the
be train engineer soundedd ■
por
xirtcd to-an IdahjvPalls hos
hospital, but a whIsUe, but
>ut that loud music from a
-H
}rohodn6eddead:on arrival;
al; Marcella ta p e player in the van m ay hove kept^ l l
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29,
¥ T uv i n .F tUf l s
TIm os-N ew c, Twin Falls, Idahc^
■ Obituari<
ries/Hospltals B2
■ Magic Vi
Galley page B3
■ Civil cou
lurt blotter B6 '■ - ■
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I
r
P r o j►secuii t o r ’s p o s t s p a rr k s i ni t e r e ss t o f m
r any
By DAVID MOFFAT
AT
The oUier aspect w aISs taken
I
care of in 1382,
Dykas served as proscc:
»culor from IOT’ Io "nors
Wsaying ^ Ilc ij^ > ^ th e ^ p lalanslo'doT
i
'
— peUUbn
Ion for Uie Republican primary by Uie
wben voters passed a1 cconsUtuUonal amend- U
1978, and also a year-and
ind-a-half as doputy
Vo
Voorhees,
who cam e aboar
ard Ju ly l, 1981. AprUSd
ISdeadline.
ment, extending prosecu
snitors’ lenns from two prosecutor.
pj
kix)u
X)ws the counly and has hand
ndled m ost of thc
Baxtci
TW IN FA LLS-Fo
FoUowlng Harry DeHaan’s
xte r received her law degree from the
IS to four years, starting in 1984.
1
A Universily of Wyoming
ing
Law
School
graddvil
vii
m
atters
for
the
counly
reo
=«nUy.
Unlveisl
omiouncemcnt earllt
irller this monUi that he
erslty of Washington In SealUe, where
ll®
Further q>eculalIon m.
Dykas says he left U
w Job when II paid
m ay be warranted If a uale,
ut
Uie
T his and his performance on
Ul the Job prom pt she also
would not seek anoU
lOther te n n as Twin' F alls rum or currently circxilatl
also worked a s a deputy King County
latin g through Uie legal $17,000
$1
and was supposed lo
1 part-tim e.
lobe
man:
any lo bdieve h e would mal
lake on excdlcnt prosecut
County prosecutor.*. lhe
U n u n o r mill began to
x u lo r for adult misdemeanors and luvoto - community turns oul too b«
b e ln te .................. i d .■ .. B utnow U iesalarylshighi
gher and term is four succi
iccessor.
nUefdor
donles.
chum.
That rumor says DeHa
H aan, who rccenUy got years,
yc
vitjs just'w hat 1 wan
/ant
lo
do.
ll
takes
a
l^
•
K
andace
Kemp,
37,
DeHaa
lan's
o
tb
e
r
depu•
O
dd
Tbe product of that
h a t churning Is now beginrdden
Bennett, anoUier Twin FaUa atn- m arried, plans to leaveJ hhis
i posi early to relum specialbreed - to- be- a -cat
sp
catecc-prosgcutpr.”^
iv
J
.ls
s
m
ore
forthcoming.
She
so
soys she has “ no tomey,
£
ning to take shape,, as speculaUon forms as to
y,
says
he wUl Uuow his hal Into Uuit
to to private pracUce.
E^kas
says.
He
believes
he
h
le
has
Uie
right
stuff.
(
pojtli
■ P:
^ Icunorinterest^^niheL ipit —
s a m eLRei
>t a l becoming the county’ss
u4io will take a shot
5 ^ i i c a n £ r im o r y ,_______________ ----------DeHaan denies Uils. B
Biut if he were lo step
• Robert Ga.’ey 's name! also
al h a s surfaced lnV«^ Bul
But she does say she love
ves h e r p re sen r”
Bennet
next prosecutor.
inetf,
56,
has run for the Job severah
down early, the conunlssi
issloners would have lo dl:
posUl
slllon,
which
she
has
filled
sin
Jince
April
1982.
.
tim
es
af
There Is good reasor
ison fo r th at ^>ecu]aUon.
I as a Democrat. But. he says, h ?
pick a successor. Who
'hoeyer receives that
<
Galley,
SO, served as counly
a
prosecutor
Tw;
rw in F alls may yet become! oone of a handful switched
In the last several
'Ol years, changes in state
hed parties recenUy after deddliig areit^ appointment would have
ve a clear inside track fix
rrom 1968 to 1970 and from11972
19 to 1974.
•
of
Ids
Idaho counUes to have a wom
man prosecutor, l ^ u b bllcans
llc
law and county pollc
ollcy m ean lhe next proUUnk m ore like he does Uian a r e ^
>■ for thc Job, Ifheorahe war
A-anls It.
„ ________■Although.—h
,
e—says -soi
some -o ld e r -la w - howe'
wever.
—Democra
icrats.
secutor will servej four
t
years and be Uie
le
The following list of aspi
sp iran ts contains some en
enforcement officers want
1
It him
back. Gnllev
»» Kav
K
Baxter. 28. who work?
___ ... county!shlghest.pald<
ildomclaL-------------- ^-------inett-saya-the-change-of term and-lhc?^^------------ na mes-that oro surprises
ses-and"sbme uiai are sa;
jays, "1 haven't really Uiougl
ughlaboulit."
.
FaUs
Jls
IU
to
of
Decker
and
HoUU
tlifldd,
s
a
y
s
sho
increase
I
The prosecutor now
ow m akes $34,500 per year,f. not:
ise In salary w ere U» key changes in Uie^• Dennis Voorhees, oneI of
ol two deputy pro- hass 1been Interested in Uie Job
J
since she
job Uiat
rt
courtesy of the count}
at renewed
his inlerest.
Z
mty commlsslobers’ desire
• Frank Dykas, a 37-yea
k'Ciir-old Buhl attomey, se<
«culors hired by DeHaan,.isplaying
is
his cards attenc
ended Twin F ails High School
»iHe also
also d aim s “ m ore criminal law expert-^'
. to bring experience to
I
toUjejob.
is letting a lot of people knc
knowhewanlsUieJob.
d:Iose
o
to his chest. The 33-y(
^year-old law yer is
She
Uie says she plans to fUee a nom inating
< PROSECUTOR oo Page Ba
•• See
7
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'M f . N o s e y ” to a f i r s t - g r a d e c l a s s in t h e K im
m b e r iy E l e m e n t a r y S
Scc h o o l S c h o o l l i b r a r•■y*
y.
U
Teacher" makei-s readiingfun
K im beriy
l
By VICKIE DRAPER
:r
• ; Times-News correspon
ooadent
Owings says the students
s li
reached ihe goal1 Iin
March.
This year, she w an
t to include every chUdi iin
onls
K IM B ER LY -H ow
( you get a qhlld to read?
3Wdo
id?
the reading program
m ,. She decided to have irid
Idl: ' In these days of tele'
clevislon and computers, that
th<
vidual contests involvii
Iving one or two grades each.
:h.
can bo quite a problei
blem. But Vicki Owlngs, U
the
Soon after schoolI st
started, the second-grader
ers
• librarian a t Klmberl'
were told about a “R
cj
erly Elem entary School,, is
1
Readhig
Is Big Fun” coi^lesl
2St.
. trying to tackle It.
Thc children had sbc: wt
weeks to ^ d as m any .book
i>kfr. i
“ The door is always
lys open,” Owings says aboi
xiut as Uiey could,
•
tho school's libraryy policy.
{
“I encourage lhe
lh
• To ensure reading,
g, a book report was to b<
be
children to come an>
any tim e they have a fre
free given lo the child’s tea
te. ch er on every flfUi bool
»k
moment.”
read. A gigantic dlnost
o sau r, reaching froth celllnj
ing
I
She points lo thc ma{
ded to floor on thc waU in front of thc second-gradc
nagazine com er, surrounde
ide
9
by a large, hlonkct-cov
covered couch. “That’s thel
[icir classrooms, displayed som
s
e of the reports,
: favoriteplace.”
"The goal,” Owings
s
js says,
"was for Uie childrer
-en
>n’s
to
read
a
t
least
is
bool
: .
Owings, however, do<
does not leave the<|i^Lldren’:
o o k s." The prize — to sec! ta
Muppcl show and cart<
reading to chance.
irtoon on tho library’s vldec
[eo
Last year, she Inltlt
)ro- cassette recorder. Abo
JUaled a “ Footprintsy pro
^bout half of the 70 secondidgram . For every book
rint graders reached the goa
goal, she says.
•ok a child read, a fM tprin
3
to
All
but
throe
childj
- w as put on a wall of' Uie'schoo).
th<
The gwtf was U
iJdren participated in thc
he
pie contest and received
have footprints all arou
round the schooL/^^^ ample
red prizes, ranging from
m
' 22^:lassrobm building,
\
U]d bookmarks and plastic
g, with
lunchroom, gym anc
Stic dinosaurs to dinosaur
ur
conference room —by
books, depending on; th e number of books they
y tl
Uie end of the year.
ey
Does ycour m i
back huurt? ■
Sprirng semestei
er sets record |
-B y ANNETTE
<
SCARY
Times-News wr
n ite r
sp
..... ^
spring,
to 16,384. ........ .......
“ It’s another good economic*
m
move,” Sym s says. “ We charge addj^
TWIN FALLS
LS — Spring enroUmenl Uonal
Uc tulUon up to 10 credits aod tbeif
In the College
je of SouUiem Idaho’s a aflat ra te . M ore fuU-Ume students^
academ ic prog
ogram s has laken Its aare
r talcing m o re d asse s.”
biggestjum pev
ever.
The coUege also attracted 118 nerw!;
“ The econom
imy Is only part of Uie students
sti
who enroUed in the asso d atfrreason for the2 iincrease,” admissions luuiklng program , offered for tfae flrd?
director Jack Sims
SI
^
says. “ We're alM Ume
tir this spring.
offering some new
iM program s.”
“I t’s SlmUar to when we started Uifi
The college had
h a record increase real-estate
rej
degree several years ag 02
for fall semeslc
rter also, of 22 percent Thei«
Th
w ere pec^le lined 4 9 to get Ug
m o re . academ
mlc students. This Any
An Ume you s ta rt a brand new
sem ester, 71 adc
ddlUonal students have program
pn
, th e re are many people w in
regislered, to br
bring the head count to have
ha' w anted-to tak e the courses fm
1,843 students.
yej
years,”
S Im ssays.
Q
T hat’s a 17 p<
In
percent increase over
I a coiq)le of years, enrollment f a
last spring’s em
mrollment, Sims says, Uie
the banking program should Utper ^
Usually, CSI'si (enroUment increases aall
lilUe, h e s a y s .
a
b elw e en ian d S5 ipercent, he says. And
He
I also tra c e s p a rt of the eoroffi
enrollm ents al
ent Increase to “ a big. big
ll Idaho's three un- mrne
IverslUes are cexpected to Increase for
for com puter d asse s.” and ^
mUe, if any. Uiis;
com
Is year, h e says.
cor puter classes a re offered thia
A rea residents
ear.
“5
Its have a UtUe m ore yye<
money to q>end
AA substantial, but less dramatflS
nd on educaUon Uils
year,-but not enoi
in vocaUonal-student e o n ^
w ughtoenroU lnother Jump,
Jun
Idaho schools, SIi
mment
31ms says.
e can also be traced. In part, to
"E ven wiUi Uie
be lulUon increase last lnterestlncom
InU
puterskU ls,Slm s 8«yan
fall. It’s stm che
The
enroUment In vocatioitdl
Iwaper for students lo
T
com e here and llv
a s s es Is up 7 percent, compared t6i.
live a t hom e while thoy dclai
go to school," he
le says. “ We feel Uwt last
lasl spring. And Uiere are more sti€*
when money isi IUght, enroUment In- dents
den enroUed this spring tban in Uie
creases from loc
ocal students up to a
(all wlUi enroUment dim blng trOm'
faU,
644
^
'
644students to 771.
Academic stud*
“ The college has been very life
Idents a r e also Uiking
m ore dasses, SI
Sims reports. Credii novaUve
nov
In m eeting tbe needs o f t h e
hours have risen
; percent from last - surrounding
com m unity,” Sims sayi^
n 22
sun
B yK A T E iapE Z
Times-Nem correspondent
^
’^
•
1
'
Mbuintain Beell, AT& t |
roS viefo3r creditt bu sin ess!
read. Anyone whoI read
re
least 20 books receiv
ceived
a "book-bugtxMkma
n ark ’’ caw heted by Owings.
gs.
Owings also has;had
hs Uie fifth- and sixth-gradi
busy m aking new
IV book covers for “ ugly <
books.”
"Even afte r you’re
I’re g o n e,” she told Uie childn
Idren,
"thebooksw ilhyour
lurnam ew lllrem ain." '
.O v ^ g s says about
>ut 130 txMk covers were mai
made.
Therie a re 143 fifUi
fUi- and sbtlh-graders in
n 1Uie
school.
’The book covcrs
■s were Judged by our "very
"vc
artistic fifUi-grade
e teachers, Coral McAdan
iam s,
Cathy Langford an<
and Donna Yankey," Owin
wings
says. The top 18 cove
a
ivers received a ribbon and
id are
on display a t the libra
irary.
Is this enough? No.
No Owings h a s a way a child
chl
can share a birthdays
ly wlUi th e wholeschool.
The ChUdren are Invited
Im
?apcr
to donate a book, pap
o r hard-bound, to the
th« library on their birthda
The liUe of the boc
book an d its giver then“ a X;
aimounced over the
le school’s intercom, and!, li
book goes on <lispla>
lay to b c checked out byV the
tl
^
• SeeBO<
M X)KSooPaseB3
---------'
ByBO BFREUNI
•JD - ---T/nieS'/'/ews wr/f«
iter
TWIN FALLS>—
- This week. Mounlain Bell will mall
aU new cred it cards lo
m ore than 73,0001
) Idaho custom ers, the
com pany has annc
inounced.
Phone customer
iers will be able to use
their new “ Calling
ngC ards"JustasU iey
did before the cou
Durt-ordered break up
of Uie B d i Syster
*m, s a y s Jo e Ashby,
the product man
uisger for Mountain
Beli.
Al the sam e 1time,
11
th e carcls will
bring Mountain B
« Into direct comBeU
PctiUon wiUi Itsi Iform er parent. Uie
Am erican Teleplx
(hone and Tdegraph
Co.. Mountain Btell
d spokesm an Steve
G ucrbersaldFridt
iday.
"We’re going to0 encourage
(
people lo
. use o u r card. Inst
istead of Uidr%” he
AT&T Communli
nicatlons, which now
Is restricted to
lo providing longdistance services,
3, also Is Issuing a
credll card. Mount
nlahi BeU customers
who have AT&T loi
long-distance service
— as m ost do autor
amaUcaUy — willbe
able to get an AT^
T&T cred it card. In
fact, m any mayy have boUi cards,
G ucrtw rsays.
“ Basically, both
Ul ca rd s become actually a univers
rsal cred it card,”
G uerber says. Customers
Ci
can use
them to charge any
ny type o f pbone call,
local o r long-distan
mce.
The m ajor difl
ilffcrencc is which
phone company gc
gets th e service fees
f r o m t h c u ^ h e s!says.
i
If the calls are
m ade on the Moi
fountain BeU card,
H o sp ita l h a s c la s s
to g et y o u ‘bac
i '
'
TWIN FALLS - Eight
10 '
: people lose time away from
om th eir Jobs
due to t>ack injury, says Ton
rom Wagner.
the physical therapy dii
director
Magic Valley Regional
lal Medical
Center.
'I n an effort to rchabllll
H H
>llltate back H H | H
sufferers, MVRMC has} £starte d a H | ^ H | n | |
“ Back to Work” program.
The slx-woek progriunn .Is
1 geared
“ for the paUent with 1long-term,
(
chronic back problems,”
;,” Wagner
- EnroUment Is sUll
TWIN FALLS —
says.
open for the Twin
In FaUs School Dls"We evaluate the patients
nls and (lnd
trlc t’s parent-lralni
nlng classes.
out what their Job Is, Uien
en g ea r the
The froe d a s s e3s wiU
'
bc olfered tor
program lo fit Uieir needs.
s. \We had a
nine
weeks,
beglnni.
nlng this Tuesday a t
paUent recenUy complete
lc th e pro'
7:30 p.m . atT w lnFFalls
i
High School.
g ra m who was a constnicUoi
:Uon worker
and ski Instructor. He needed
ledstrength’
P arents can chos
ose from a d a s s for
In his legs and a strong iq>per
p erextrem chUdren up lo 12 ye
years old, o r one for
rk, s o that»H
:
JtyJPXhi^constnicWon.woric.
— i -------tecnagersT bom 'of'
ifwhlch will offered
w hat we geared It for."
a l tho -samo llmc,
e, says cxwrdlnator
The goal of thc program is lo
I g a ln a tMarUyn Knigge.
least part-tim e employmeni
lent a l the
^
i<w<(./itaii..n.A'iiitvwiT
tvn.
■•chllditai:
’The
e Challenge” wlU'
o m W a q n c r p r a c t i c c s o rn e b f t h c p r o g r a m 's><
• See BACK OQP age
B
c x e r c i s u i n w i t h H e ldi ee H i l l , a n a s s i s t a n t .
»B2
cover the sIgnlHcar
ance of birth order,
Mot
Mountain
Bell does, l h e sam e goek
ioTJAT&T.
for
t
Cl
Custom
ers wUl pay a serviqb
chaj
charge of 40 ce n ts for each credll-cara:
call. Bul th a t Is less than the 8S-cenk
call.
chai for having an operator dial i
charge
5stati
tatIon-to-stationcaU, Guerber say s.;'
Or m inor difference is Uiat tip
One
ATA
\T&T c a rd will be made of h ard plas:
ilasUc and wUI be able to 01 infii
spec
;pcciaUy designed i ^ n e s a t publfi:
local
ocaUons, AT&T h as announced.
Zl
Th
The M ountain BeU card will rema^il .
If the isoft, flexible plasUc type for Uxf
lexl y ea r, th en a re Ukdy to be
onverted to th e h ard plasUc In 106$.
lu erb e rsay s.
K',
Using the M ountain BeU card wU(
peed
^P®
®" up ca lls and save customer!!
noney, tho com pany says. Toucli*
lialed phones aUow customers to uals
lie cards w ithoul going Uirough aiL
perator. ’The custom er dials “0,” t b d
hone num ber an d the last four d lg lta
f the credit ca rd , Ashby says. O n
tber types of pbcuies. tbe o p e ra ta l
th e num ber, he says.
^ an lake
,
Using a c re d it c a rd also avoUM
robiems w ith third-number c a ^ j
as t sum m er. Mountain BeU begnn
jjecting calls charged from p a^
phont
bones If no one Is a t a third number
loI ac cq it the charges. “ We llteral]u
were
crc losing mlUions of daUarsTcy
busln
uslness
In
fraudulent caUs,T
Gueri
ucrbersays.
:-*j
Mo
Mountain B ell’s “CalUng C a n M
are
re free to lls customers. Tba
^ xikcsman
kc
estim ates that about'«39
perce
ucc n l of tb e com pany's c u s t o m s
inIIdaho
Ida now h av e the credit cards. .3
Parentts are offer
ered training
Z S 3E fi^
^
.
Uiis of m isbehavior and thc use o f a
mUy counsel to solve problem u
(anUl:
ilggesays.
Knlgg
“Teenagers:
The
C onU nuM '
“Tc
lallenge” wiU focus on conun unl
Chalk
in 'wiUi teenagers, drug aU M
' U»n
teenaf
2tiago pregnancy and social i 3 »
rnships.
JUonsh
Ano
\n opUonal m ovie wUl be sbown ^
p.mTS
n re a c h - O v d iln g T iS o rr U ie ^ ii^ ----------tKgin.
To
r
ro register
fo r Uie dasses, M
more
>re informaUon. caU lhe district
Ice ai t 733-6900.
office
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r '^ T i m e s - N e sws,
w s Twin Falls, (daho
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Sund
rn d ay , J a n u a r y 2 9 . 19&
S c h o o l l] u n c h m<l e
iiPoa<iching vi<i o l a t i o n tbrings air r e s t
j
:^ O S H O N EB — Uncoln County shootings.
s
bavi
lave diarged ooe man
“ I think w e’re looking at
al Ileast two
lg sand a re investigating other
o
: {Mb poaddog
individuals Involv
/olved . . .
: several oUiera
rs In tbe out-of-season possibly
p
a s m an y as sbe or
ir sc
seven,” he
; ldlUi]0 jo/eUc,as
.a n d possibly, deer.
s
said.
. < ! - . I Jw ivitn fV lunty
^fn*
Prosecutor Doug • - D q jartm e n t o f Fish and
Id (Gome of' 'R im -taid S
S«aturday th at Jobn ficers
fj
and Lincoln County
Ity fiberUfs
...'.-...PMerson, „ do0 ag e a v a ila b le ,..o f_-ddq )u tie s searched a Shosix
oshone resl^ t^sbooe wm1 be-arraigned
b
Mcoday dence
d
F rid ay aflemoon on
anrf seized
. «o-charges off sbootlng
al
an elk out of som
st e blood and hair-sam]
amplcs. No
: seaaon and of possessing an uo- charges
d
h av e stemmed fn
from lhat
; law fully taken
a
n animal.
Bolh diarges .sea
« rch yet, R ose said.
inors.
The probe w as triggered
cd 1by a Up
llieinvestJgaU
jatkMi also is widening to from
fr
a fa rm er, wbij'saw blood
lood out on a
.' ot&er people, Rose
R a said. One o t h v elk county
a
road north of Shoshow
Iwoe, where
en killed,
be said, along som
sc e elk lately have beenn co
hav e been
1
coming lo
: w ltb a n unq>ecL
ecifled num ber of deer find
fb forage, hesaid.
n
u
s —
—
oy
Friday; Beef
«f Hew', <iieeso sticks, poor boy
1, peacbo ood mil k.
co(Ales,p
...
’■ HAOiERMAJJ
Monday: Bak
laked dwese sandwich, com or
I. cc a n ^ sticks, p eo n and mUk.
spinach,
i,
T u e a ^ : Oil
thicken tiugget^ green tieans,
peaches,
i, tbanana tiread aod mUk.
^
WedoeKlay;: >
Hamburgen on a bun, frencb
fries, fro fnilt, carrot sUcks Id
milk. ' '
Thuraday: FU
Fish
g ree n bean s, p e a n8,,
-tiotroUsai
d,
Friday; ChUi
lUI, com chips, green salad,
id
applesauct
uce, peanut
bar and
mUk.
AGAPE
Mooday: Suli
lubmarlne sandwich, french},
fries, cam
not sticks, dessert and milk.
Tueaday: Spa
pagbetU, applcsauce, cheesee
sUck, breai
ead stick and milk.
Wedoeaday: SO(q>,
So p each tialf, roUs, d e sse rtt
tOL
STA1E8CHOOL
aiooday: Pita pockets, mlze(
ized vegetables,
jbblerandmUk.
^^
dcvUed eggs, apricot cobbl
I' tm d o y : (^ cken friedI si
steak, boUed
potatoes, gravy, buttered
redjcom . sliced
tomatoes, cheny JeUo
v
0 with
topping,
andmUk.
,
Wedoeaday: Hot pork sandwlc
twlches, mashed
potaUws aod gravy, buUc
uttered carrots.
tumlp and green pepper
<
e r sUcks,
slicod
' peaches and mUk..
i
’Thuradayr
Tomato soup, griUed
gr
che^
sandwiches, salad bar, nmuap le b a n a n d
mUk.
FrM ay:
Salman patties,
es.
scoUoped
<
polatoes, buttered spinach,
ach. mixed fruit
'
salad, brownies and mUk..
k ..
“ We knowV one of Uiese elk was
taken either late
U Saturday the Mth of
January o r ve
very early Sunday monfr
ing the i5Ui,”’Rosesaid.
I
“ Tbey are5 v e ry lam e .” be said.
"You walkout
ut to them , a nd they won’t
run aw ay from
m y o ti.” .
Poaching vlolatkHis
v
o re m lsdem eaoors, carr
rr y in g crim inal floes of
as much a s 130
300 o r sbe m onths In JaU.
But convicted
d h u n ters also can face
cIvU pcrmlUes
3 o<f a s m uch a s $500 p e r
aiUmal • for nreim b u rsem en t to th e '
stale, Rose si
said . RevocaUon of a
hunting license
s e fo r a s long a s a y e a r
CASSIA
also Is mand^
d a to ry . th e pro se cu to r
||Moad«y: Mashed polatoes
1 w iU i^ ric or
said.
beef gravy, gteen ,beans, ci
beans, cookie aod mOk.
Thunday: Chickcn fried steak, potatoes
and gravy, fmit, roU oodmUk.
Friday: Slon>y Joes, green salad, tater tots,
brownie and mUk.
OOODIMQ
Bfooday: Taco, com. raisin sheet cookie,
peadwsandmiUc.
Tuesday: Pork gravy over whipped
potatoes, buttered peas, bot roUs, p e a n
aodmUlc.
W e d n d a y : Turicey aod noodles, green
beans, bot roUs,anilesouce andmUk.
Itain d ay : Hamburger oo bun. tater tote,
mixed frultandmUk.
Friday: Pig-ln^-blanket, U ^ U l e , apple
sllcesaodchocolatemUk.
W E N im L
:Monday: Sloppy Joes, buttered green
I, cairoTstlcks.
beans, fruit, salad tiar and milk,
fruit, hot roUs and mUk.
Tueaday:
Steamed wieners, scaUoped
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3
.......... p oU loes.carro(ondcel^^ ^ Jdlo,___
com. celery sticks, frull arid
one mUk.
'nw raday: Ma
rolls, salad bar and milk.
Vtacannl a n d d ie e se , p e a n I.,
i k s —
-----------------Wedoeauay: Baked potato spi
---------------------------------V
special, fruit,
canotstick
Icks,roU sandm U k.
' }WedoeKlay: Chicken burger, french fries,
hot roUs and milk.
Friday: FlshsU
isUcks, Uiter Uits, JeUo. cookiess
fruit and nUlk.A sked ho w s h e likes b e r Job,
PlRs-ln-a-blankett or open-faced
job, Owings Previously, sb
nnd milk.
• Oaattmied
ued fiv m P ag e B l
she had been a Uilrd- Thursday;
^
Ihuraday: P hza, buttered com. f M i fnilt
sandwiches, scaUoped potx
potaUies. fruit,
re a d ily r e p lie s , " I love II. 1 bo
hope lobe grade teacher-aa t Uie school.
MINIDOKA
and milk.
no-bake
cookies
and
mUk.
; students.
r u n d f o r a lo n g tim e."
a ro
Mooday:
Tocoa
1
Friday:
Hiun and beans, combreod. green
xa,
green
beans,
pears,
raisin
I
The quesUon
i aU y d id n 't ha v e to be p
n re
Friday: Chicken fried steaklc ocir barbecue.
batter brea.
. -A b o u t 15 books
oks have been donated
eadandmUk.
salad and chocolate cake.
asked, though.
h. You c a n se e th e anfrench fries, carrot sticks
cks, fruit and Tuesday: Subn
ibmarine sandwich, butteredI
I s o f a r this year,•, st:
she says._______________ ;Owings look the job Jttsj_yMi:.___s
los
w e x ^ d la tln g fj ro m b e rfa c e .
-T--------------------------com,-fruite
Wedoeaday:
Pork
gravy,
whippedI B
Mooday: Cheese or tomato macaroni,
TWINFAIAS celery sticks wlUi peanut
cheese, greet! beans, trult aod mUk.
Mooday; Becf-a-ronl, healUiI salad,
sa
diocoK e 'T p lnInk
k applcsauce, hot rolls ond: iTueeday; Hot dogs, peanut bolter aips,
iate tu r, chlllcd peara, and
ind regular or
n \^ .
carrot sUcks, Uiler tots, oranges and
cv2:2t.::.: - ,
chocolate milk.
’Itu inday; Chill
Ull, finger foods, fresh fruit,
mUk.
Submarine sandwlc
IwJch. /reneh
sweet nUsa
‘s aadmiik.
9W edam itv: Packet saadwich, buttered
mdtromPageBl
He
I has m ad e fn<iu/rtes, and
i says
ind he
• John H ealti z e r is anoUier out-of- Tueaday:
^ fries, applesauce, peanut
I
ut butter
bar jfr id a y : Fish burgers,
b
ta te r tots, carrot
: .9 Qce than anyboc
com. c h e n y or apple cobbler wlUi
t o d y 1 know o f In th e he
h e has been ask e d by “several
era] people town attorneyr whose intenUons a re
andmUk.
8Ucks,frulti
Jt cups and mUk.
whipped topping, and mUk.
• s ta te o f Idabo,”
I ,” h av in g w ork ed IS In
in the
i local law-«nforcement
c
nt commubeing walched.I.
Wednesday; Red chUI burrito,
■
Wi
rilo, buttered
Tlturaday: Roast beef gravy, ctwese sUcks,
JEROME
T
• yea rs, a s a prose
o se c u to r a n d d e fe n d e r nil;
nlly” lo take th e Job. But Roai
loaik soys While Uiere waw as a tim e when he was
conv -orange roUs, fruit cockUUnnd
co
M oodw : r u hIi wedge,
i
whipped potatoes, peas and carrots, hot
scalloped
potatoes,
r e e an d is y e a rs a s a
the
: Xbr tb e Air Force
Lhe possibility of his runn
unnlng is Interested in tith e Job, the Jero m e
milk.
rolls, fnilt aod milk.
rtall,
hot
rolls,
spice
cookie
^
: p riv a te defense}atl
atto rn e y .
""extremely
ej
rem ote, at best."
'nnzraday: Hamburger on bui
. attorney now sa
ja y s b e p lans lo s tay In
Friday: Hamburgers, fries, carrot sUcks.
potato wedge, banana half an
Jerom e,
oranges and rnllk.
sage
green beans,
' pizza o r toasted cheese
ession for
Healzer sayays, how ever, lhat F riday; Com dog. buttered gre
J • K eith Roark.
“ It would be a mis-lmpressl
rk, the Blaine County
- gre en -b ea n s,- pineapple
.
cottage
cheese
wlUi
plnoa;^
S
S
.
pooch-------seriously
changes
In
the
myone to believe I was sei
VAU £Y
; prosecutor, also0 m
ra ay be Interested.
le la w .jn a k e th e pro*
anj
iplesauco cookie aod mUk.
crisp
and
milk.
Mooday:. Barbecue sandwich oo bun,
ir thol
nvolved J n a campaign for
ti of- spects good Uial
U .R oark m akess no
DC secrel about being - Inv
Wedoesrtay; Ch
Cheeseburger, french fries, M
i t w hoever wins Uie fall
freodi fries, green beans, chocolatc
tbe
election wUI tak
fresh fruit,, ocookie andmUk.
Ice,” he says. “ But under■U
k right
> A P e m o c ra t. but
1 says he does nol flee
ut be
ake th e Job tb m ake a
B tra.
X
^plroanrfTTillfcMgle
sandwich,
pork
and
:lrcum stances. I would be Inter- ca ree ro f It, nott tto avaU h im o r h'erself*» Mo
; 'think th is sbould
ild m ake a nm a t the cin
Mooday: Hot ham and cheese saj
Pizza, green salad, tater tots,
jlo wedge, granola mbc and Tuesday:
TX
loa"sleppIngst<
^ n ^ tlo n imposslbli
tible.
est<
ste d .”
stone.”
bun. french fries, fruit an
applesauce and mUk.
pudding.
.
.
:r wrap, carrot sticks, soucy Wi edneaday:'Spaghettl,peas.gariiel»ettd.- •
Tueaday:
Hot dogs. Uter lots and |
Tw
fruit
arwltnll^
^cookies and mUk.
Wedoeaday;
Sandwich and nachc
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We
Thursday: Fish wedges, french fries,
k -------------- ----------------dip and fruit.
i^ACTtEFORD
^ peaches and milk.
I
CAJ
•nu
», com, peaches, oatmeal Friday: GriUed cheese sandwich, tomato
Ihuraday: Hamburger pizza, french
fre:
fries, Mooday: Tacoa,
• G o o t l xlfrom
^ t
PagB B l
cndi
ndurance, w eight training and
ond nexi- it’s tolerated tb e tte r, but It docs ^ buttered canols ond a cookie.
kle.
cakeandmU)
lilk.
" soup, carrot sUcks, apple pie or a j^ e
«od of six weeks,,W
Wagoersays.
bllll
Uily.
imarine sandwich, groen
celery wllh Tuesday: Subm
dImUiish,” he ssa y s. " T h ere’s m o re ^Friday: Soft flour burrito, cel
c r l^ , and milk.
> “ We’r e not trea
t
eating
^ p t o m s and
Tl paUent trains three} di
loped potatoes, orange slice
peanut butter, frull and cbocol
The
x olatem llk. '
salad, scallop
days a support to the we.
weakened a re a .”
w e’r e not treating
itemUk.
•
. .
ing pain, but instead, wee
anddiocolote
■eek for about 45 minutes a day.
dsj and
* * * * * Adv»rtU»m*nl: * * * * *
Wagner M ys m ost b ack Injuries a re
lamburgcn, fries, green
w e’r e building mt
HANSEN .
Wedoeaday: Hoj
m usdes around the has
as weekly goals to meet.
*
*
Job-related,
and'i
i according to Uie U.S.
Kot
Monday: Plgs-ln-blanket, potato
tato rounds,
:- <nluiy,” besays.
“‘■(Once you’ve Injured your
iur back,
public HealUi Service, 7 mUIIon
buttered carrots, Jock Homer
n erbaraand
-W a g o e r says that
thj staUstlcs sbow you
* Y o u r S p in o S H e a l t h : «
3U run five tim es Uxs risk off inj
injuring persons have se
severe an d prolonged
mUk.
b a c k therapy is: needed,
ne
aod that is It again,”
a{
W agner says, “soBit’simit’
back Injuries,
'
Tue
ruesday; Pizza, tossed green salad,
salt taploV2tiy th e b o ^ ita l1 decided
d(
to s ta rt the port
}rtant to m aintain overall physical
ph]
“The majorityly o f people will reca pudding wlUi oranges, and r
pzogram .
heal
!alth after the program.
Vedoesday; Beef nuggets, frem
rench fries,
spond lo the tradi
idlUonal back Uierapy
J*
P a tie n ts in tbe
tb< program con“"A
As strength Improves will
spinach,
hot
rolls,
applesauce
{
ccondmUk.
wiUi Uh5 of bed rest wlUiIi
iln a w eek,” he says,
e e n trate oo three
j
» areas
of training, trair
liursday: Losagna, tossed grec
jrecn salad,
aining. the pain seems lo dim
in I "but approxJmaU
*
b yD r.l«< lw rgC .lB ndw *hr.D .C . *
minish.
Jlely 10 pe rce n t go on
ACOMtjlogtoWagDei
hot rolls, chocololepudding;ondmllk.
on
{oer. Those areas a re don’l
>n’t know if It’s actuaUy Rone,
)ne, or if to have chronic, lo
long-term injuries.”
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W iU lam ‘BiW
i i r R ic e
. HAZELTON —• Wi
WUUamR."BUl” Ri«i,
»1, o f Haxdtoo. diec
died Friday at the Twin
. FaU sCU oicudHflospltaitn
oa]
Twin Falls.
" Finiflral arraneei
o g em ^ts are peoding
a n d wlU be announced
ans
by 'White
’ fito tu a iy o fT w iniF
F alls.
a
I n a W e ld o nnColes
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clerk al
ilnlstratlve bead aod program clei
10 Agricultural StabUlzaUon nnd
'
ind Conserv!
srvaUon office lo Twin FallsI for
foi 2S
year
sars, retiring In 1961.
Sh was a' m em ber of Uie Methc
She
kthodbt
. Chur
Hun* and a past m ember of U»eLadJes
La
ofth«
theEUo..
Sui
Surviving
a re ; a sister. Rubyy W
WcintuUlvan,—
irger, and a-Btepsoo,-Tcny Sulll\
SS
iUi! of Twin FaUs. She was precede
»ded In
deatli
a th by a sister and two bioUiers.
ThtIh e funeral wUl be held Tuesday
1
U yhi2
n . a t While M ortuary Ui Twin Fi
P-m.
with
Ul Uie Rev. Tom Tucker official]
ofirS:
ria l wUl be Ul Sunset Memorlel Pari
Buria
/In FaUs.
Twin:
5«eod3 may caU a t Uie funeralI Sho M
Fri«
n d ay from oooo untU 9<p.m. ^aud
Mood
esday unlll the tim e of Uie service,
Tuesd
” • .,
nie family suggests Uiat memoi
The
contri
itribuUons be m ado to Uw MeUuc
Churc
urch o r a favorite chori ty.
*
grandchildren,
He w u preceded IndeoUibyasonand
In
n daughter.
A graveside serv
rvice wlU be held
Tuesday at 2 p.m.
1. In Uie West End
Cemetery a t Buhl,
1, WlUl Randy MeCormick officiating,
Friends may caU: aat Uie Hopkln^Buhl
Funeral Chapcl Ui Bui
luhl from 10 a.mV to 8
p.m. Monday.
B U R L E Y -ln aiL.W
L . eldooColes.S4.of
WhltUfir. Calu., and
u d formerly of Buriey
M . C . ' B u d ’ H-Iiit>ert
i
ood Twin Falls,
s, died Jan. 12 In
HAZELTON - T
,
Melvin
C. "Bud”
V .^Califomia.
w VaUey, Ariz., and
of Chino
I
Bora SepL 26, 189B
1890, In Marioo, Idabo,
formerly of Haiellon.
n. died Wednesday at
ahe U te r Uved In Twin
Tw Falls, wbere abe
lstratla -1 Kosplta] In
- waa an acUve memt
smber of tbe Rebekah
Admlnlst
■ Lodgo for about 30
0 yyce a n . She then Uved
Bom May H, 1921.
21, In Wisconsin, he
:.lQ Buriey unlU roovl
lOvlng to California lo
served Ui Uie Army du
during World War II,
•lM 3,(obonetrberaoi
rsooaoddaughter.
H elaterw asasheepb.
iherder and rancher,
. Surviving ara: bber
e r ‘daughter, Maxine
F
o
r
Uie
past
elghl
yea
ears, he had Uved In
..H allet of Whittier.
r. <
Calif.; two grandArizona.
cbUdren; three great-grandchildren;
gr
Mr. Hubert was pre
receded In deaUi by
F errln of San Diego,
ir .^ ,
-th re e ststera, Ellis1Fc
his
wife,
ZeUa.
■ank A. Mathews
-O dessa G erber of Re(
Red Bluff. Calif., and
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Tbo funeral wUl bee beld
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Monday at lo
. *T>enny Huriey of Fullerton.
Ful
CaUf; four ’ BUI
lUHL - F rank A. MaUiews, 93.
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a.m . at While Mortua
uary In Twin FaUs.
•bfx>tbeTB, Elgin R. Toll
Tolman
Vurden L.
Buhl.
II, died Friday evening at Horn
wUh pastor LoUiarr Pleti officiating,
Tolman, botb of Orov
TOviUe, Calif.. Irel 0 .
Nursli
rsUig Home in Buhl, after aD lo
long Burial wUl be In Hazell4
tllon
Cemetery.
■''Tolman o f OJal, Ca]
ess.
1
CaUf.. and Almo J.
Uloess
,
Friends m ay caU at
Bt tbo funeral home
M I.
Bon
» Ib lm a n of Hemet. Call
o m at AnlUi, Iowa, on Aug. 20.>. IK
IB90,
today from I to 9 p.m
,m. and on Monday
Sbe w as precededllndeaU
In
ibyason.
be mmaarried VaNeU Mecham ot Arco
i
reo on
untU 9;X a.m.
■ . A graveside serv
ia w at beld In Iovice
Juno
o 3, 1922. He OMved Ui 1920
920 lo
IKlewood P a rk O e me ^ . _________________DorUn
■UngtQnJdabo_wbere.be owned oj
r a 'to
G u to r
rated a general s tore for 20 years.
line Hagar
K a th e r in e C lir
I, they moved to Hagemuui. whOT
wtw
SHOSHONE Jo
Joyce
Butterfield
— TWIN FALLS - KaUjerioe a i n e
owned a dairy farm . In )9M,, Ux
theyf oi
Uiey Gular, 58. of Shoshone.
e. died at her home
H agar. 93. of Twin
F
red to Buhl, w here he workedI as a
to Falls, died Frtday
n»ved
Friday night, after a lon
ongUUiess.
anem o o o a t Haxeldd
klel nursing bome In nuKh
± iforeman for Ute Glendale Ranch)
inchJa
Funeral nrrangemen
ients are pending
'
'aw in F a ll* .
tor 10
;Oyyean
and wiU be announcedI b;
by Bergin Funeral
• B om S e p t 15. 1890
i
1890, in FayetteviUe,
Mr.r. Mothews w as a member
er of
ChapelofShoshone.
A rk., she cam e to tbe
F
ivah’s witnesses.
Iw Rock
Creek are a lo
Jehova
1897 aod b a d Uved Ina Uils
tbi area since.
irvlvlng are ; his wife of Uuhl; aBson.
ku
Survl
Francis Tanner
ar
She m arried A.R.
lk Grover MaUicws of Boise;: two
tw
Et "R ay" Hagar in
Frank
O A K L E Y -F rancis
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of Oakley
"T w in F alls oo Oct. ao,
» , 1826. He died In
daughU
^tera. E ulale Sargent of Nampa
a an
and
died Saturday afteniooj
x>n at a Twin Falls
I83S.
Joy Lev
Lewis or Springfield. Ore.; o broUiei
>Uier.
hospital.
- M n . H ag ar bad MQri
•Ics MaUiews of TUlamook, O re.;.
voriced fbr U»e d ty of
Charles
■e.; a
Fimeral arrangemcn
icnts
are
pending
Twin F alls, (be Amolgi
algamated Sugar Oo.
sister,
I
r, Bessie
Foy pf Tacoma. Wash,;
1.; I15
and wUl bc announced
cd by McCuUoch's
ao d was last empl«^
i p l « ^ aa Um odgrandch
dchildren;
and
a
great
jcatFuneralHomeofBurley
ty.
- S e n■vicesG O O D IN G -T bo funeral
fun
for CTarexico
: L. Young, €&, ol Got
Gooding, who died
Tueaday, will be beldi M(
Mooday at 2 p.m. at
D em aray's Goodiog: Q iapd. Burial wUl
m etery at Gooding.
'b e lo Elmwood Cemet
F riea d s m ay ^
aItt Un
tl funeral home
wJtodayfrom 1 to7pim.
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HOLUCTER TT
The
fuoeral for
Charies LeRoy CordJcr,
Her, 45, of Hollister,
wbo died Tuesday, wlU
vlU be held Mooday
" a t 1 p.m . a t White M(
Mortuary in Twin
Falls. B urial will be In S
Sunset Memorial
P arkin
c In Twin FaUs. Friends may call
i
allal
tb e fu
n
'uneral
homo loday from 1 to 9Ip.ir
p.m.
aod unt
jntU ooon oo Monday.
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e v e r y f a m i l y ’s faJiti
i th a n d t r a d i t i o n . 'O )uu r p u r p o s e
i s t o a d v i s e a n dd c o m f o r t a s w e th
Ih o u g h tfu lly
a t t e n d t o e v e r y/ di e t a i l . B e a s s u rree d b y o u r
'c o n n p e t e n c e a n dd I n t e g r i t y .
A ddison Aveni
m u e E ast
Phonea 733-4900
Memb
m berlFD A and NFDA
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S ecrolorlst m oy bo Iho lo rg eit
group o l n o gleclod w om on In Iho *
wofld.
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foilguo from imp ro p er po»IHon» Or. lo n d w o h r
con really w e a r
hor o u t.
Bo kind to y o u r to c rolory, C e t he r
o good p o ttu r e choir. Tell h e r to
tll c re el w llh hor foot firmly on
Iho floor. Suegei't ihol th o ch ange
tilling p o tltlo n i frequently ond
lel h e r la k e o llo n d in g brook
occotlonoliy.
A lio a rogulor periodic vltit lo
her doclor o f chlroprocllc may
o lle v lo le h e r p o ilu r o l i i r o l n t
ond II n o c e tto ry . correc t m any
tplndl d o ro n g em e n lt.
( 6 n e o i a t e r l e t of a rtlc te t publlahefi in Ih e public in le r o tt to
expldln and illu ilro te th e practice
o l ttlen llfie C hlroproctic, w ritten
by Dr. Ludwig C. lo n d w e h r. M ein
W e tt C h lro p ro c tic C linic, 717
Moln Avo. W .. Twin Felli, Tet.
733-052a.)
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MAGICVALLEY
REGIONA
>NALMEDICALCEmCR
Admitted
: : • M rs. R obert Van Ells,. E than
l
Bnjwo. Oscar Wright, Vella
Ve Sparks
~aM Ih e lm a BariogI, all OfTwinFalls;
of 1
and LyodOQ Eaton
lonofFUer.
D lsm lM d
: . r M artloAaderK)c.LlUlao
ilan Dooasoo. Roy GaskiU, Slack
icle Hall and
• 'daugtxter. B em an! Koffmaj
Oian, BUl Jackson. Mrs. Floyd
\
dMaddocks.
. W n- P au l McBride. MIn.
n. Paul Reynolds, M n . Jeff
I
[f RoUg
and
/ odM gbter. J a c k S U U » and
and Paul SulUvan, all of TwintFaUa;SlbU
Fi
, A b re th se o of Hailey; Mra.
rlrs. Harold Delfelder of Grand
ndJunction,
. Colo.; Ja so o E dgar aod Cbil
Saristopber Major, both of Buhl;
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<Roae of H eybum rM re. Douglas
Doi
Slanger of Murtaugh;
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Mre.
' Lybn Tomlnaga aod soo of
ofPaul.
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Flirt f/om YOuf foot
3 0 t Up in F o n f o r o s ’ so ft sop hiW
) stlcoioi A ll s ir o a m l l n o d curves,
cur
pfotty h eols
o n d p eo k -o -b oxoj ItoG s, if n o f - s o - in n c c e n tiyVp r o v o k e s h o o d s t o f u m evsryw
ev©
hefe y o u go.
M ak e e v e r y s t e p a su b tle flirt In Black Pali
Jfe n f, Navy Blue. Red. Borje
'one. White &Lilac.
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ares
*««^-acrviceonMi
Monday.
TWIN FALLS - Thee ffuneral for Crair*
Dunlop, 81, of Tvrtn fFaUs. who died
Thursday, wUl be held W
Mooday at 3 p.m.
UL — TTic funeral for Malcolm
E
PAITL
n E.ot White Mortuary In Th
rwin Falls. Burial
Decker.
er. 62, cf Paul, wtw died Thuraday,
Iday.
wlU bo In Sunset Memori
Irial Park In Twin
wUl beh
« held Monday a t 2 p.m. at Hanaen
nsen
Falls. Frienda may caU
lUl ot Uw funeral
Jary
In
Ruperi.
Burial
will
be
In
Mortuar
e In .. home today untU 9 p.m.
1. and 00 Monday
Paul fem
Cei etery. wlUi nUlllary riles prountU 2 p.m. The famU>
Uy suggests Uut
vlded by m em ben of the Paul American
lean
memorial conUlbuUonss Ibe made lo the
n. Friends
m ay coll at Uie funeral
Legkm.
1
eral
Filer Baptist Church orr aa fovorilo charihome th b afternoon and evening; and
ly..
lle s p (ita
i ls—
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n usuol »mlle..conk fider lhe poiil.
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CASSLVMEMORLEL
AdmlUed
Steven Murdock
dock of Burley; Mariea WUliamss. Jody Hansen and
C had Jensen, all of R^)ert; Scott Wheeler ofif Declo; nnd Steve
A dmire of Heybun
bum.
Dismlsaed
Kelley BaguJoy,:
loy. LomilneHlebcrt. R U Taylor
j Alla Johnsoa
ir and
all of Burley; Ramona
Ra
Coffman of Rupert; Ii
HeaUier OlUey of
Declo; WandnFen
Fenuu of Mal ta ; and TwUa Erl 11; of
ol Hazellon.
Births
A sontoM r.and
and Mrs. Michael WUliams of R ipert.
^
A daughter to
M r. and Mrs. Rlcha
Jchard Hansen of Rupert.
Btrth
jimtDOKA MEMORIAL
• ' " ' A daughter to Mr. aad Mra
^aus.;___________________ -------------- Admitted______ U n . Robert VanEUs of.TwifiFaU
Richard Klnnelto
eltofRupcrt.
GOODINGC
IGOOUNIYMEltfOlUAL
.
Dismissed
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D
Woodrow Reed
id of Burley aod Fem Carter and1C
DarreU IMannlng.
- P eari Golden o f G oodly
at Louis Aoderaon of Shosbofx
g aod
one.
bothofRueprt.
B a n k CS aa r d s & C h a r g e
A c c o luurn t s W e l c o m e
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Downtown and
: Lynwood
V a i lle y
cai l e n d a
i
“Valley Caleada.
J d a r " Is published
weekly la Ute Suod
mday edition of The
Tlmes-News. Items
ms far the calendar
should 1)0 brou^tt It
to the Tlmes-News
office ia TwlnFalls,
U s .o rm a i/e d to :7 7 w
Tlmes-News, Box
;
X 543.
Twin Falls,
83X1. TTie deadlln
aine each week Is
Thursday ooon.
Din
D inner a t noon o t lhe T h ree Is la n d :Se n io r
n te r.
T OrURSDAY
U
B u rte y OvoTMtaralAoonjrtnous
A
0 p.m. In Uw. low­
M e ets' o t 7:30
e r confcrenco room, 129
enforcem ent c e n te
E .M U iSt.
4c c ts a t 8 p.m . a t Uw W alker C cnter
oding AlcohoUes A aooym ous
I c c ls a t 8 p.m . ol the old hotel, off
OH Ibo oth
in S tre et.
S Id ln g O pU m ist O lt)
Moc
fe e ls a t nooo a t the IJn co ln Inn.
•inner a t noon a t the se n io r c cn ter.
OOM R o U iy Club
JtsxxD
Moci
Icc ts a t noon a t Uw F ire sid e R e sta u
g
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it the Lincoln Inn.
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Meets a t 1 p.m. aItt tl
Uw YFCA (n Twin
Falls.
R khSeldO oldm Y eanS
nSeDksrCtUzeDs
Dinner a t oooc a t Uw
Lbe A ssem bly 0/ Cod
'
Cluirch.
SbosbooeAl-Atecna
Meets a t8 p .m .o t the
a<n to r c cn te r.
w se
----SboetnaeAl-Aoao
M eetsat8p.m .atUws<
w sen Jo rc cn le r.
M
WcodcUSeokx-CKtau
Dinner nod entertolnm
Inm ent a t noon o t Uw
senior cenlcr, off WestlA
Avv e n u eA . -
stro eets.
ts
J e ro m e TOPS O u b
M eets al 3 p.m . ac t U»e Jerom e Public
U b ra ry .
S to p U g U O u b
(roup meets ot 1:30 p.m.
A d iet club. Uiis grc
W eodel
d e U K lw o n is a u b
Mecti
K ts o l noon a t M olina's r e sta u raUlt.
n t.
ta u b
T w in Falla OpUmistC
M eets a t noon aitt Uw Mandarin House
r e stau ran t.
T w ln F alisT O P S
ic c tsa t 7;Mp.m. ol J9e5
O iap lcrN o . 2CSmci
S houp Avc. E.
WEIWESDAY
S e D k n -a U n o s
B u h lS
Dlnnc
nncr a t ooon o l Uw senior c enter.
D te triekhi G n u i8 s.N o .1 2 1
« t s a t 8:30 p .m . a t U w G ronge h all.
all.
F llc r SSenkR-ClUteos
e
« t s a t noon for quilUng, h a n dlic
icnru fts
Sei
im d aa p o tlu c k d in n er a( Uic F lie r S
e n io r
^n.
H aven.
H ag eTn m
n sn SenkM-.CIUxcDs
Dinne
m e r a t noon a t the sen io r cc'ntcr.
J e ro mDO
e 'O p tim ist a u b
c ts o t C:30 p.m . a t the Pizza
M octs
“
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n e S e n k tra U x e a s
Dlnnei
m er a t noon a t th e sen io r c en ter.
„
S t o hU
o oD eO o ldenY eanS eD kH -C lU zaa
m ch fro m S:30 a.m . U) noon a lt 1Uic
s c Kr e e n te r .
----sin g lens IP in o ch le
M ccls
c ts o tS p .m . a t the D isabled Am eeric
ric a n
V eteran
a n ;s H ali, a l Shoup and H arrl!
irrlso n
B tn w talr
s In T w In F a lls.
T b eN letworlc
e tv
Ms a t noon fo r a luncheon n n dI bu
busi*
n e ss mc<
n e c tln g a t th e Golden P a la c e rcsU
e s ta u r a n t IniTTw in Falls,
TUESDA
Rirfit
!>•■»«»Rr<Hgf»I rii
aub
' Palrs'p lay b eg in sat?::
t7 :» p .m ..a tU n c o ln
Courts communi ty buUdli
Jd ln g .l3 1 0 M aln S t.
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Dinner at noon at thejsSCI
. Dinner a t noon a t th
thee se n io r ccn te r in
Eden.
FOer K h n n ls a u b
M eetsat ooon at Uw File
F ile r U nited M cUmxI1st Church.
FUerScDkx-CUtseos
Dinner a t noon al the Fil
F ilcrS cn lo rH av e n .
GkDoa F e n y Seoku-aUte
. S o m el•body m\eed s yo
> U
"Somebody Needs
eds You. " a
publlc-service column
Tin thal a p p e a rs
each Sunday ia Thei T
Tlmes-News, Is
designed to match thoi
hose In the community who need volun
lunteer help with
those who can provide
it
'elt.
T b e M u sc u la r D yBtropby
stn
A ssociatio o is p lan n in g q s k ale-a-lh
a te
o n In la te
F e b r u a r y an d neediss volu n teers to
belp. A nyone In te re ste
le d in help in g on
UUs p ro je c t should c:aa ll
il B ob EUls a l
734-1899 o r S te v e L a mlb
b na t 375-5367.
N o w y o u k n o .II)
w
By U nited P r e s s I n tem
n ua tio n a l
.
M ore th a n 75 p e rc c2n t o l th e w orld’s
850 ac tiv e volcanoes
s 1lie w ithin th e
" R in g o l F ir e ,” a zone
n e ru n n in g along
tb e w esl c o a st of tb ei A m ericas from
Chile to A lsak a a n dI down
d
Uie e a st
co a st o l A sia Irom S
SiiIbcrin lo New
Zealand.
ans
A new
lew m o th e r w ith lim ited mle
eoi
n e e d sI ai b a b y crib, m a ttr e s s aa rn d
th e
b lan k ets
e ts . II y ou c an h elp h e r, callII U
C om mQunlfy
ui
AcUm) Agieocy In Jeronrom e
a t 3 2 4•8856.
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! a rly . Childbood f-M m
C e n ie rr’s
’s re frig e ra to r b a s q uit.• H
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n e e d s an
fiave
a n o th e r o ne badly. If you hav
o n e yoi
you c a n donate, caJl P s
V e rs tra
e
•aele a t 734-6080.
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Ikin g o f r e - e n tiy Into th e Jo
Job
m o rk e2t? B ru sh u p on y o u r sld llss bb y
ir
‘^ ‘n g a v olunteer. E m ployers h ire
th o se w
whho th e y know c a n do lb e Jot
Job.
T o find
id o u l m o re about voluntee
itee r
o p p o rtuun itie s, call K aren M ack a tL th<
th e
M a g ic V
' alley V oluateer B ureau
733-9554
>4,,1ex tension 334.
. ,
c a l y o u tb organization needi
^
rw lo h elp with a s a le ly p r o
“ "iM ire
g ra m . T
Tfh e tim e needed will b e apap-
ft
i d p h ii< ls . s lr i p « 's ^iiul s o li
V iv id
i i r c l t i d i n y so m < ’ o x f o r d s
A ll n e w f o r S p r i n g
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UDAY
BuhlSeokirC lU xcosI
D inner nt noon a t U»
tbo senior center.
F tle rS e tilo rC ltiz a aI •■
D inner a t C p.m1.. at th e Filer Senior
H av en . '
G o o d ln g R o ta iy a i^b
--------M e c ls n tl2 :lS p .m1..iat Uic Lincoln Inn.
H o g en n a aS eiik x -a U
Umis
i
D inner al noon alUhc
w senior ccnter.
J e ro m e Senkv ClUxnu
ns
D ln n c ro tn o o n a tthhc
e senior center.
Sboah o D eG o td eaY ■nSeokiratiseQ
eu
s
D inner a t noon a t the
h e senior center.
T w ln F a llsT o a stm lstr
tn m a u b
M eets a l ,9 a .m . aatt Uw Golden Griddle
R e stau ran t.
f
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M eets a t I p.m . o t Rflalph
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Towne'shomc in
D Iclrlch.
T ISiS U E
-----------------------------p ro x lm a td y two ho
lO urs p e r w eek. If
y o u w anl lo help, c:aa ll K a re n M ack a t
733-9554, extension 334.
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I f your organlzatla
Uon needs a volunteer. caii Bruce Benn
inett at the College
o f Soulhem Idah
lho a t 733-9SS4,
extension 334. to have
ve It appear In this
coitinm.
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J e ro m e K h n n ls a ulub
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M eets ’ a t noon' a0 t Um» Oilna Village
Buhl Sector OtfattM
n«y7o
I rfif
d in n e r o t 5 p .m ., botii
Jc ro>me.
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Meets at7:a0p.m . otU
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U st C hurcb, o t NinUi a n d ShosI
Breakfast from 9 aa.i
.m . to noon a l the
T w ln
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senior center.
Chap
ta p te r No. 3 m eets a t 1 p .m . a t C ity
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Meets a t S;30 p.m.. aatt Um M agic Valley " T w ln
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nday
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m m e rce
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w R am o n a Rcstauront.
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^ JJanuary 29.1964.,
Sunday.
.^ C h a l li s Z'
National Fores
’S t
I S R a fi
se2ek s CO>mmenits on fproject
!
L p
s, aniet&poisteiy
I Gfi"1!1StateDraperie!s.,C
,
_______ 6 P .
P -M .
Addisc
s o n A v o . E a st (B oforo Kim
:tml b e r ly N u rso rlo s)
b Lost R iver R anger ' P*ubllc
ut
re ^ M ise s m ust be inIby Fd>.• Upper North
t h Fork timber sale on
er
environmental
dam age)-- a
aiH]' roads
Jiis NaUonal Forest 29. They
TI
H
- " S ^ H c t oftbeCboUii
should be directed to: Jim
Uie North F o rkc oof Uie Big Lost River,
w safety problem s.
with
H
%«6eking public re£
reacUon to six pro- McKil
Kibben, district ranger, Lost
s t IRiver This sale wouldd inciudc about 500,000
• A
district-wide
pl
p i^
and
H - %lBed projects, for
o r the purpose o f . Rang)
nger District, Challis NMaUoiUd
at
board-feet of overm
o\
ature lodgepoie' environmental
er
assessment
lentj^to com ■ envlronmew
iental assessm ents F ^res
rest,. Box S07, Mackay, 88325L pine and Douglaa
a sfir.,
pi methods of aspen rcgi
pare
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)Pe laquirtefl enn he mnrt*
a d e j i y -------•-BoarXreek-1
t-flrewood access-road— T<
H
projects incltM
3^iide tim ber ^ e s ,
c ^ Ung
n j 588-2235 o r 589-2224.
In SawmUl Canyc
yon, a l the headwaters . ffii
i r c u ^ cutting, bum ingan
’aiyJcut, and
range m aih
Tbe
■
-roQd' conslrucUonI and
a
b esix p ro je ctsare : '
of Uie LilUe Lost
e t River. This 1.5-mlIc
sc
H
Thc asses
sessm ents will be
• Buck
Bt and Bird Umber solee Ix
in Uie road would allow
osassm ents
)w access to about 400
• Range m anagem ent ass
H
SUM to determine
\
s what
altem aUve U tU
e
Je Lost R iver drainage area.
ea. The acres of dea d and
a dying lodgepoie are
a r needed in support of the'follovdng
the'
v
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Ihcc agency will use salei would
Include approximlately
ate 7 pine,
plans: L>ong
all
allotment
m anagem ent pla
H '
*€o com plele'the pro.
irojccts. soys Jim
mlllloi
lion txMird-feet of overm
a
m ature
• Sawmill Can
uiyon
travel
plan,
al.
Lo
Losl sheep nnd goal. Dry Creeksheep
Cn
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ric t ranger.
- Dougjj
iglas fir and lodgepoie pine.
Uie headw atera8 of the LllUe Lost
an goat. E ostsidc catUee and
and
a horse,
,
River. The enViro
ronmental assessment
So
SouUi
Unit LllUe Lost catUe
ci
'ono
tenlial now road con*
ho: Broad Canyon catUc
horse.
a horse,
lc and
L i m
b e r i y
f i r
stnjcUon. a s wel
and
ell as the closure of
Ar
Arentson
Gulch catUe andd horse,
h
Willow
Creek catUe and horsi
ren dogs died when
The
orsc.
jgds, roads causing
Wi
KIMDERLY - Ten
tie fire probably s tarte dI vwhen unnecessary roa
re e miles north of straw
■ '
Ql'kenne) about three
iw n e a r a heat lam p caught
b
■ .
>iam berly c a u ^ t Ire
fireSaturday hlght, and burned
for some tim e be
before
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erly fire Chief Dale Roberl
■
rACcordlng to iCimberl:
e rt Webb noticed it. He called
lied Uie
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'sersald .
Vawse
M o dern
rn sclcnt-c i.s w ondcrtul. W'j
\X'e w o rk w ith c h e tn ii-.ils an
logs in the icennel,
Tbe
>e dogs Uiat were kUledI vi
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were
muicrl:il.sN<
day. all tlfsinnctl lo
t a k e o u r w o r k ciLsitT, W li:
o m
were re- iM ay
By-old
wire-haired
grlff<
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Hoi
riffens.
happctw Jf
Jf w c ^cc sici<. o r rt-aci «c> ilie
ilic s c th in g s w c w o r k wicli?
ied ot $225 cach, Vawser said.
H
^ucd.
valued
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ijcii's cotiipciiM iion law s aarre c iw n n ln n l o f a k e c a r e ,i
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wh
■•lio becom e sick, o r dev e lo pp ppr o h t e i n s . l n i m t l i c i r w orkin;
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;iii iiitomc^
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w jif k n tc n S c tm ip e n .s itio n ,
persons dent,, aabout a mile south of Interst
W
5 -MURTAUGH - • Three
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:r s ta te
n
Svere taken lo Magic
1
Ic Valley Regional 84i onn tithe M urtaugh Road.
C H F A «
^ e d i c a l Center f o llowing
Uo
hi v e
a one-car
Wetili patches on the road m ay,l.a
ifiho
V
V
Law O lflcc Ch
I'cnlng.
contrlb
S vU overS ali^a^ev^n
rlbuted lo the accident, Le'
Lewis
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w»ys.
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one of the persons
Noot
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I other details about the accidi
cldenl
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tbe Idaho State o r the
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the cor, called tt
le <
condiUon of the victim s; wi
were
lid ISP dispatcher avallab
^IPolIce at 9 p.m., said
lable late Saturday night.t. <
Of!*fTrudy Lowls. OoeI aa m b u l a n c e w a s - f l e e r s sstill were investl^ling. Le\
Lewis
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inges a higher priority,
exchang
L a st t . week, the BLM announce
final approval
ap
of the Thom Cre<
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Association land exchange,
CatUei A
whichI the
th BLM obtained ownership'
' S c wildlife use and to
at ti while land' the Thor
fiom Creek Reservoir and adj.
; ^ t r boundaries."
D considered for cent lan(
and for about 135 acres of pubi
1 a recent shift of land In
n sa commercial strip bordcrir
:ring
says thatcompletion of U.S.93ai
3 and I-«4 in Jerome Counly.
'Exchanges have ix en c
.S ^ a rs , there has tieen a
g i p h a s l s , giving «
f
im PageB S
----0 help square up
i
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Mlis h —
P orker
cer says he noUced an Increase
used
mortality
lity ra te Thursday In the fou
four
been monitoring - raceways
ays, so h e decided lo open.upj
u p a .......
fish since eariy screen th
Uiat would allow the fish fron
rom
first stopped to oneraceu
»w ay to swim into Uie river.
a ISnake River
But P aark er says that he docs no
• CooUnued from
not
think too
said.
00 m any fish escaped when1 h«
he
p-3 »arker says he had betvisits to Uie opened: th
the screen, because they wen
/ere
y s he becamc afraid of swimming over a smn al
Jlje condition of the fist
n ll
fish, a s their, waterfall
P ^ m b e r , when he fir:
111 Uiat separated Uiem fron;
wm
and thc river
c
:r channel.
flw them while on -e
a sluggish,
;
e d either Ih'the' ‘ “ " I " tfred
r ^ l6“g e r U i W l6“g<rin“ Ure
Ufe------------- ^
of the river, but
^ ^ u r i n g subsequent sides
v
mt m ost fish didn’t want to' go
GO
,
out."
le c h e r y , Paricer says
^ c e m e d for the flsl
SMvemcnts ^ w m ore a
o S m w nio traces of f ^
Ip lte r or along the s
jBCeways.
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c sun and great
JAN
fiav en ’t skied Sunn Valiey in Janu-
Hissed sonne of thf
he b est skiing of
[:'S un Valiey win
f7 snow. If you ary
h« skiing in Sun Vj
V ailey. . .
■r- ary, you’v e mij
OMETHING SPECI
CIAL!
r jth e s e a s p n .
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U;
;rm
S ^ N D E L L - A p lilugged
uf
sewer line
“Fint
inding it was our main probleir
lem ,"
•• — ■--g ^ f r endeli E lem enta
i t ^ School has Gilberts
srtson said, explaining th at ev
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hope that this
S it," S u p ^ '
Is is
located
ed only lines' lhat were} not
r
•«OTent Glenn GUbeptw
rtsonsoys.
plugged
jed.
£2Tlie line had caus
lused occasional
Form
rm er head custodian Et
Eari
.J o in in g problems a t thc school for SchrenK
:nk finally located and identlfl
itlfled
M o u t three days last
as t weelc. It got Uie 30-year-oid
30-line. It then w
was
m pgresslvely worse! unti!
ui
the schooi
cleared
ed with a "snake."
.m d to be closed Friday:
oy;
Schoo:
lOOl wiii resume Monda
nday.
-&^E>chool officials spent
en t most of their Gilberts
rtson said, adding th a L
t' Ihe
e ju s l locating th e li
line, which was
expects
:ts no m ore trouble withI U
Uie
on any sew cr^ysten
lem blueprints.
sew er■^stem
^
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S249 5 0
V a lu o s to $300 .
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• B U R L E Y - - T1 h e C a s s ia C o tm ty
•com m lsstoncre>oorr e e x p e c te d to s e l e c t •
la n ew county coro
“r o i« r w h e n .th e y m e e t 2
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^ h o h a s s e rv e d i n •
Jv, w
th a t o ffic e fo rth
e p a s t 14 y e a r s , w ill •
U»e
Tstep dow n a t the
le ee n d o f th is m o n th t o
J
iserve a mission
)n f o r th e C h u rc h o f
J e s u s C hrlstofLLat
^ tte r - d a y S a in ts .
SH
• C ounty Cleric: FF r r 'J c K e a rn s s a y s S H
Uie appointm entt w
w ill h a v e lo b e m a d e
. du rin g a regular
l l o r m e e tin g of t h e
conunlssion, and
Qd th e n e x t t e g u la r
m eeting will bc Pet
P e b .i3 .
9
*In th e running
lg f o r th e o ffice a r e
Y oung's son, Paul
lu l Y o u n g , w h o h e a d s
the L ife R u n Ambu
n b u la n c e S e rv lc c t h a t
S H
b e r a t e s ou t of Cas
I ^ i a M e m o rial H o spita] in B urley, and
a n d tw o e m p lo y e e s o f
L arson a n d Craigg R
R i n e h a r t.’
-T h e th re e candldj
l i d a t e s w e re se le c te d
b(y C assia Countyy R
Re p u b lic a n C c n tr a l
Q im m ittM last wee
v e e k fro m a p p lic a n ts
for tb e appointme
m e n t . T h e ir n a m e s
____ h a s 'e _ b e e a ,s u b m iitttt£e d to P o m m tw ln n .
e ts fo ra fin a ld e c is
ij n .
risio
rAU t h r e e are trj
tr a in e d e m erg en c y
m edical technicians.
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Tho tollowing ClvU
civ cases were liled • stat
tates th at she was aw arded
e d a proG refenson and
d Nicholson, is seeking p aym ent Of services, intere
erest and |140
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last week in Fillh
ifth D istrict Court in pen
B ureau of Jerome Inc. vs.
S. representing the Idaho Pow er Co. and
erty , settlement ulien s h e5 aa n d th e J435.39 f o r paj
layment of goods and in
ir allom ey fees.
TwlnPnUs: .
K urt and T«
Junl
T eresa Staples. The' ploinn- St. B enedict’s Hospital In Jerom e, Is
imior Crandall were dlvorc©
ree d , a n d
se rv ic e s, in te re
rest and $180 in attemoy
'•'S ta tew id e Collections
ins Inc. vs. tiff, acUngj for
i Uie Idaho Power Co.
' • Donald E. Wan
/ard vs. Van Gas Inc. she
0. seeking $80.42 for paym ent of
he says thal she never b a sI re
rec eiv ed
fees,
Jt
Jo
se
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rchuleta.
Tbe
plaint
linUff,
acUng
and
the
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at an employe of (he the
irbm e municipal water de­
&• services. Interest and $100 in attorney
ie full amount of thal .settl«
sttlem ent.
• Statew ide 1CoUecUons Inc. vs.
fo
for M ini-Cassia AmbiUano
‘ gas company ente
uK»jCo; and partm ent. Is
ntered hte residence Hhiee s ^ o r Crandall becainet involved
ls seeking $188.80, Uiterest
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J o h n E dw ards,
s. The plaintiff, acUng M edical C enter Lab, is se<
wilhout his permis[
seetog$354
and
$100
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al
nlssioo o r know ied^ wlien
I k b e entered loto an a ggre
attorney
fees;
re e m e n t
f o r M agic Valli
Illey Regional Medical fo
for
paym
ent
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f
services.
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and
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the g as supply to a witti
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CowpUedbyPeggyCnaii^
ide
CoUecUons
Inc.
vs.
1th his son to pay half of the
h e settle- C e n le r. M itchidi’s
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Auto Repair and $150
$1 in atto rn e y fees.
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.P en n y F e aaUierston.
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re le ss m anner. When men
Tbe plalnUff,r'
tent, according to the sulL
D rs. Shaub and
nd E m ery s,'ls s6eklng
• Statewide "CoU^ibns
ns Inc. vs.
W ard retum edbom
om e, he attem pted to • Nowclalm
Nc
lng a breach o f ccor
o n tra c i.
$344.35, in terest
sl and $130 in attorney A<
A c d e J i ' and Mkry Camp
impbeU. *n>e
light tho heater, w
wbi
bldiesqdodedinhls M[ra
rs
Crandall Is s ^ k i\P
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plahiurr. on behalf of Dr.. AlmaDotto
Al
tatx, causing sever
vere emotiwia] shock ^ scond-agrecmenf balance of
o f $6,300
• S ta te w id e (CoUecUons Inc. vs. an
and D rs. Shaub and Emeiy:
:rys; Is seek'
a n d eye bum s, tbe
s states.
te suit
fron
om both of the defendants, aiss w
v d i a s J e r r y an d Ivana
□a Leeham. Tbo plain* Ini
Ing $435.50, Interest and1 $]
$160 in -alIn the complaint,
nt, b e also states that $2,44
1,440 from her ex-husband, whh
* 1=11she tH(, represenlln
ting p r . WIU Cham- toi
tom ey fees. ^
•his w ater pipes £ro
froze because of t t e says
lys is.the balance of his p arr tt iot Uio borlata, The Sa
Sandpiper and Blocks
•< Statewide CoUecUons.
I S .. 'inc. vs.
ia d c o r h e a t
o ri^
iginal settlement, plus $3.0
3.000 in
D e p a rtm e n t Stor
ore, is seeking $323.22, R£
R aym ond L. Franco. The
he plalnUff,
• He Is asU og for
)r $) 10,000 in compen- attor
lom oyfees.
• •
In te re st. $125 in attorney, fees and aci
acUng for S ud ; VaUey R ^ o lo g y ,
—
'satory dam ages,, $10,000
r
In punlUvo
b a d -check charg
rges,
as
provided
by
Me
Moritz Comm unity Ho^l
jspM * and
dam ages, $5,000 In
I n attorney
,
fees and
Th
The following dvll cases w eere
r e filed
s ta te law.
Ke
Ketchum Medical auilc,. is
la seeWng
'
court costs.
last
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in Flflh Dlslrict M Ig
a ^istra le
• s ta te w id e C
CollecUons Inc. vs. $20
$203.95. in lere st and $100 in attorney
• R obert and Lln
Unda Wageman vs. Coun
'Urt InTwlnFalls:
F r e d an d JuoniU
ita Cox. Tbe plahiUff, fee
rees. • ' - 'i
UotM Doe and Debb
sbble J . Nclsen, and
•• Wills
V
Inc.. doing buslrtes
■»ess a s
re p re se n tin g
D rs.
Grefenson,
•• Statewide CoUecUons
IS Inc. vs.
rJohn Doe and Pearl
Pe
Nelsen. The Skylc
ylane Mobile Home P a rk
r k ,, vs.
N icholson and[ Maxwell, and St. Ma
Warcy Dodd. Tbe plainUfI
lUff, repreHtemplaint alleges
es th at Debbie J. P atri
tricla Adams. The plaintiffr cclla im s B e n ed ict’s Hospl
^Ital in Jerome, Is sen
Drs.
Babcock, Askins,
■ N els^ who was
IS ioperating a ca r
that
it Iit h as served a nollce o ff re
r n ta l se e k in g $279.133 for payment of Gsentlng
n
d MaxweU,
Buy ] po
■olr o f B o u sc h & LombJ ot
grefenson,
Nicholson
and
I
o r P o r m o lo n s E x te n d e d W o o r
■owned by the secon
a>nd Nelsons, ran a term
l
m inatlon
lo the defendant,, vw hich se rv ic e s, Inlerest
st
and
$100
In
allomey
and
md
S
t
B
enedict’s
Ho^ltal
in Jerom e,
lin
C ontoct Lc
L o n s o s & g o t a so co n d p3aoir
ir
stop sign, causing{aa collision with tho shejbhia s ignored. Thc suit Is askin
k in g for
fees,
iss requesUng
1
$72.72 for pay
payment of
o a r b p m te d by M
n Wageman. The restiti
Mrs.
titulion of premises, back renl
e n l and
• s ta te w id e CoUecUons
Cc
Inc. vs. servlces,
er
F RlE
EE
interest and $100 Ul
Ui attorney
'jjflalntiffs are seeking
Ung $50,000 for past, $750
0 iin attorney fees. It also aiss k
k sfp r
C h a rle s a n d Hi
_
Thoso o ro
Ruby Hoobler. The fee;
ees.
_________
ro t h o c b n to c t l o n so s y o)U
u cco n lo o v o in f o r 1 m o n th w ifh p re sen t , and futun
ture physical dlsse dam ages to be trebled,
led, a s
plalnU ff, a ctin gi - for^ M o^c-V alley
o u tro m oDvol.
v
•• Statewide CoUecUonsr 'l' Jn c . vs.
ttbUlUes and suffer
ffering; aU of the allowi
)w cd h y Idnhftlnw__________
al-Center, ta request^— Her
ro rn o f s o tis f io d w ith fh o lo n s o s , ;
tcniy W. ainlUi J r . andSldne
EeySm lth.
• F’'°» d o l p e r io d — If yo u o ro
' 6 ^ < » i costs invol
ivolved: $is,ooo in
• ci
Charles Price vs. Conrad JF.- 0O lson
S g ® S m S * f o rpayment
w
o f services. The
y o n ly fo r t h o v is u a l oxam
im liln o tlo n
'
7»e ^alnU ff, on behalf of Dr
olher dam ages: ondl
nd attorney fees and o n d1R
Ronald E. Brookhler, doing
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lg buslIn te re s t and $270in
Ina tt o m e fees.
Bab
( tin g s o n ly
>abco«:k,
Js
seeking
$130,
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r
a
court costs.
nesss as Attco Transmissions,
s. T he
• S tatew id e Col
:iollecUons Inc. vs. $100
100 In attorney fees.
• Mabel H arrer' vs.
vs. West American compi
iplainl stales that Price took
x)k his
J a m e s C. Lloyd.
I Tbe plainliff, on * •• Statewide
.
CoUecUons .h
L c V.
BLUI
Insurance Co. H[arrer
an
d aim s that auto3
lo
the defendantsI
for
b e h a lf of M oritz Conununity
Co
Hospital, Kyh
y ie Nelson. Tlie plalnUff, ac
acU ngfor
B lu o to k o01i M oll
while she was aI passenger
p
734-6S94- Dr.
I dvld G . V o ln lo , O p t o m o t r i i t ;;
In an transn
ismission repair in June 1981.
>r. D
51. an d
S aw tooth O rthope
pedic and Fracture The
he Times-Nows and U»e city
> Twin
Ity of
ted by„Goldie Cleo then1 the
tl auto was stored at th a tt ppllac e
autoniqhile operated
a i n l c . and S un VaUey
Vi
Radiology, is • F aalls
ll w a t^ r and sanltaUon
JD
deoartR athbun, she wass severely
s
injured of bus
)ushiess for one year. When
e n th e
se e k in g $536.95for payment of men
ent,
is
seeking
$64.50,
inter
terest and
when a vehicle .dri^
drived by Thomas plalntl
ntiff dalm ed the car, he found
m d th e
s e rv ic e s. Interest; airf
a $300 Inaltom ey $100
00 In attorney fees.
. ■
d jth u r J u Q le r ;^ unL
iminsured motorist, m otor
o r had frozen and was to
t ota
t lly
fees.
• iStatewide CoUecUons Ir
Inc. vs.
-.
I
ran into them.
royed, the suit states.
destro:
. • S tate w id e CoL
killecUons Inc. vs. Jam
' L. Hess. The plalnUff,
imes
liff.
lepre^
-A ’ prisvious court
•urt Judgment In
He3 is
i daim ing ncgilgence on
in the
V e m an d Chariot:
olte WUIiams. The senti
ntlng
th
e
Blaine
County
YA
Medical
U
Jerome Coimty awan
warded dam ages to p a rt of the company because h e sj
says
plalnU ff, ac tin g for
jr Dr. M ark Spencer Cent
inter, is seeking $35, Intere
«rest and
. ■
i e r th at the insurer
« r of the Rathbun h e info
nformed the repairmen th a t tho
a n d D r. J a c k Kulm
.
m.l8 seeking $348 for $1001
DOIn attorney fees._______ _
/ ^ c l e has refused
sed to pay, she c a r conlained
coi
no antMreeze, and
tnd he
daim s. She is reque
]uestlng $12,000 in was asi
assured that anti-freeze would
u id be
^
.. . m edical and other- dam
di ages, $25,000 added,
!d. P rice Is seeking a Judgment
lent of
I: . for the defendant’ss refusal
n
to honor 11,346.8
6.89 for payment' of re p ai
a irs ,
i
the previous court
rt Judgment and $1,500
0 fi
for loss of use of the automob
noblle
- •,
'
(S.OOOIn attorney fees.
«s.
andatt<
................
ittomey fees.:I
• Jam es S. a ^ Call
Ilatherine P ate vs.
• Cra
7ralg Eckles, doing business
G arden Way Manufac
[facturing Co. The West Ei
F R OOM TWIN FAUS TO
End Sales, vs. DeMarr Lott.t. T he
rO S A L T L A K E C IT Y :
Complaint stales l haatt uM
' le Mr. P ate plaintlfi
tiff alleges he has provided ddai
a ir y
eS,o lid O a k —
LEAVE
'E
ARRIVE
FLIGHT
Np . FREQUENCE STOPS:
. w as unloading a roto
t
to tiller
according feeds1and
ar supplies to Lott for w hich
tT N
ohhe
J:
7:3 5 A
to the instruction mi
1 3 ......................................1
8 :2 5 A
7 10
m anual, he was has not
w t been paid. He is asldngg ffo r
. 1 4 ft. Long
•*
10
DAILY
0
severely injured. The
1
1
:3
0
A
rbe plaintiffs say $4,068.«
5.46, inlerest and reasonable
A
1
2
:2
0
P
7
20
le ai t]1 ......................................1
20
DAILY
0
. 1 6 ft. Long
th e company tacitlyf hi
has adm itted an tom ey
f<
•4:I0PP
y fees.
5 :0 0 P
73 0
10
DAILY
0
3
.....................
..
..............
4
f
t
.
L
o
n
g
e rro r in the instruction
Jons by amending
• Stat
lale of Idaho, Departm ent
, 7:50 P
U of
=
0 :4 0 P
7 40
»0
EXCEPT SAT.
0
hee .accident. They Health
f
them shortly after th
b and Wdfare, vs. Toml1 L
Iu
A<
NEWONE-WA^
VAY RATE
A d d 'l. P e w s — P ly w oc (o d C o n s t r u c t i o n
'
a r e asking for a court
)urt Judgment for Shaw.. The
1
complaint slates th a tI 1Uie
1
^
T w in FolliI to
t, S olo Loko a t y ..............
6 ......................................i;12 f t . L o n g
.......................................ONLY * 7 0 —
'
paym ent of mcdlcal expenses,
ex
loss of defendoj
dant has received an overpa
•pay,,
[
wages, general and
]
d punitive
dam- m entof
of food stamps. By m istake,.Sslh e
MTO f t . L o n g
'I' I
:
ages, attorney fees and
nd <
court costs.
was giv«
iiven $400 more in stam ps th ai n
11 ................................... .. <
6 ft. Long
: • Keith’s Interiorr ivs. Mortgage h e r leg;
egal allotment. The
M anagement Inc.,' George and askingi the
tl court to establish iiabUii
Pew s P resently In
n U se A t
Sihy
•
P
;
B arbara Mend, and Ja]
Jay and Barl^ara for rep4
epayment, attorney fees an
L
Depew. The plaintifff is
i£ asWng for a court cos
costs.
I
couH Judgment on tbe
th validity of
• State
atewlde Collections Inc. vs
vs.
P a s to r Floyd Youn
ung
\
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^ e g e d r l ^ t s dalm ed
ed by the defen- Raymoni
ond L. and Bette Hinton. Th
The
J
dants on real property
I
ty that
the plain- plaintiff,
Iff, acting for Dr. J a m
me s .
B
II
tlffcontendsbelongstoii
toltexduslvely.
Lohmani
m and St. Benedict’s Hospital
L
a l in
ll
- • Adamson's Inc. vs. E arl Nelson. Jerom e, is sceking ?2,657.14. interes
__________Coil Anytim ei ' ' '
j
The plaintiff d aim s the
I
he defendant
has and$l,00(
.000 In attorney fees,
defaulted on an instalin
aliment contract
* State
itewide Collections Inc. vs
vs.
’'
for the purchase of fa
n
arm equipment. Danny and
ai Ruth Johnson. The plain
aln n
T hesuitseeksajudgmnent
ex of $2,780.77, tiff, onI behalf
b
of Magic Valley R ee'7
Interest and 1950 in atton
tomey fees.
glonal M
Medical Center, is seekin(
tin g
Jjk
• Adamson's Inc. vs. Boyd King. ?2,497.64
'A for payment of services
:e s . M
i
The plaintiff is seeking
ng $3,100.75 that InterestI aand $1,000 In attorney fees,
|T|i
allegedly is due on an Installment
• States
itewide Collections Inc. vs
v s. I
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J
contract, Interest and
>d $1,000 in at- John and
nd Jeannle Byme. The plainlin - I
\
jl
tom ey fees.
Uff. actin
ling for The Times-News, Dr.
D r. I
\
V
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[)
, : • FMC Finance Corp.
p. vs. Jeffrey L. Will Chan
amberiain. Dr. Jack Kulm and
md I
k\ • \ \ - \ r n
^ e r b u m e s . Claimingi a default on a M agic \Valley Regional M edical
cal I
W
installm ent lease agn
igreement, the Center, is seeking J062.42 for paym ent
enl I
7
plaintiff is seeking ^6,48
},482.;o, interest of g o o Is
^ and services. Interest and
md I
ahd $9,000 in attorney fee:
fees.
$440inatU
I ^ V V ' V W e 'r e w ii n d i n g u p o u r J a i rn u a r y C l e a r a n c e
Ittom ey fees,
,
t by g oing through
' • Twin Falls Bank ar
and T rust vs.
• Statev
tewide Collections vs. F rancli
icii
m
K
\
\ ® v e ry' d e p a r t m e n t a n d 1t a k i n g f p r t h e m o
J o a n P. Holley. The com
om plaint stales J . GUboI JJir . The agency, representing
H
204 Moln Av,.o .N . ^
IS
f
f
r
d
t
h
a
v
e
b
e
e
n
i
r
th a t .during tiw m arriage
age of John and Moritz Community
C
* - > ^ 733:711
Hospital, Sun
i
h
s
t
o
c
k
6
m
o
n
i
h
s
o
n r V
\
J o an Holley. .M r. HoUe
olley borrowed Valley Ra
Radiology, Sawtooth OrthopeA
\ domo
n a g o d p i e c e s , a n dd a l l d i s c o n t i n u e d^ qIrk d o w n s on-oll- ...........
?e»«m«'57.'l7eu.«l.
1125,000 f r o n H t e ^ n kk,, and
i
that the die andl F racture Oinic, the B laine
5
or
m o re , srightly
I WHIRLPOOL FROSIUSS
^ e t h e b u l l e t o n t h lce s e p i e c e s . T h e y s
SSMFRIGERATOR' $ C p f ]
a ^ u n t now jsftidefauli
aull. Since lhat County M
Medical Center and Mollle
•te ■ R«duc»d (rem S7S9.9S I
d Item s. W e m ust
'
tim e, the Hollbys havei been
be' divorced. Scott a i Inic.
n i is seeking W85.68, interU s h ip m e n ts d u e ' t o s t a r t c o m in g s
sr- I '- w ith a worfalng trad»-Ii
and . Mr. Holley haj
sim
ply m u st go.
Y
has declared estandS36
■
It»m/r82.
(360 in attorney fees,
b e s ^ s e le c tio n s
bankruptcy, according[lothesuil.
to I
• Slatew
ewide Collections Inc. vs.
;s.
I FfilBIDAIRaROSTPIIOO.
) soon. H urry for
DOFREFRIGERATOR
$ rn
'n>e plalnUff Is seekl
eking a court Floyd A. and Phylib Dotson. T he
h o I R*ducMl(rocnS7S9.95t<
E
n
d
s
S
a
t
u
r
d
c
l
a
y
I Wllh loloobis (rede.In
■In «v..'
judgm ent that would dd<e d a re Mrs. plaintiff,. acting
at
for Dr."Mark Spencer, ■
Iiom #53.
Holley responsible for the recovery of Andy and
1
LOOK AT THES
id Bob’s
Motors, and Dr. D an
SE E X A M PL E S:
th e principal, less ail
<
^
I WHIRLPOOL 30" RANEE
II credits
and Nbfzigcr,■, is
1 seeking $456.18, Interest
H am #66.
■ R««5uc»dfremJ549.9Slc
i l .............................. $ q
ofteets, plus Interest an
and $2,500 In and $180 in attorney fees,
■
Wlih
o
tolsabU
trada
SOFA BYFUTORIAN
de.ln (I... >i,h k..... ,,.d.) O
a t' ‘»Tieyfe<a.
• Slatewi
swide Collections Inc. vs.
S.
■
Frlgldolreram
% M a rtted It dow n (ro m $799.9:
ange el lame price.
. 9 5 ............. ; .....................................
- • Agnese Crandall vs. John Un* J i m m i e C.
C, and Rose Rouse. The
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Crandall J r and
and John UndcrtaUl Crandall Sr. M
r
Mrs.
Crandall
W'
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i
plaintiff,
on behalf of Louis
is
Garbrcchl.
ht. The TImes-News and D rs.
S.
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B r uL iins’ t e a m 1 S C O Irin
By STEVE CRUM
JM P
Times-News sport
orts editor
................
BLACKFOOTr —
- Blackfoot Coach
Craig GladweU sal
s a t in his office follow- Ing his team ’s 6161-44 Gem Slate Conference Ices to Twin Falls Saturday
nlgbt, scratching
igfa
h lsh e a d
“ Geez. I saw' th a t gam e last night
(tbe Bnilns' 63-6]
3-61 overtime victory
over Pocatello Inv
In which Andy Toolson
scored 42 points)
s) and I thought they
. had Just ooe playi
ay e r,’* Gladwell said.
“That’s always dai
dangerous; I guess.”
•nuree Twin Fall
'aUs players scored In
d ouble. figures ai
aod eight of them
broice Into the scoi
scortng column os the
Bruins notchcd their
the I2th victory In 14
■
s B l li a c k f o o t —
I H
le today I
D E N ^ '( AAP)
P — Magic Johnson ^
d a t the assembled
looked around
shooters, dunke:
ikers and fost-breok f J a
decided that his 16
artists and dec
assists in last
a s t' y ea r's National flfl
Basketball Ase
AssoclaUon All-Star ^
gam e don't rpall>
illy m ean a lot.
“Ju st look at th(
these guys,” Johnson
said in a break
eak during practice
Saturday for todi
oday's 34th NBA AU- ■
■ S ta r game. “AliUII ihave to do is throw
- the ball to somel
rnet)ody. and they’re . ^ 1
: going to score.. W
What a luxury that
: is.”
Johnson and his
hia West teammates
were hoping to> bi
bre ak a four-game
E ast winning s trea
tr k In this midw inter basketbaU
aU extravaganza. In .
fact, the E ast Al
AU-Stars have won
exactly twice as
a s m any of these ^ f l
exhibitions as tthe West — 22
victories to 11. ,
"Maybe the cro\
Towd wUl get behind
us and
u i.a
.a 1boost,” sold,W est ■
forw ard-K iU Vai
Vandeweghe of the
Denver Nuggets.s. “ I t’s a delight to be
here and we’re' al
a ll going to try to
have fun, but we'U
e'U be trying to win,
too. We didn’t co
com e here to fool ^ f l
around. I hope thec
le crowd gets behind
us b ^ a u s e we'll nneed
e aU the help we
can get.”
' "
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C cD l o r a ii d o m e n
H
g a m €
West Coach Frai
Yank Layden of the
Utah Jazz promise
Alsed to gct all his
players In the gan
sam e — but within
reason.
“ 1 think It's impoi
iportant to get in the
gam e, because, like
lUo I told our guys
lls m ay be the last
this mpmlng. this
- AU-Star gam e you
yoi get in,” said
Layden. " It sboul
tould be fun, and
eveiybody shouldj g<
g et to play.
"But I don’t w
waant to substitute
recklessly. We’ve
'e jgot to keep the
flowgoing.”
' '
Layden also said
aid he talked to his
players about thee v,
w ay the East has
dominated All-Star
a rgf am e.
"Yeah. I brough
ught th at up,” he
said. " I told them
m th at an All-Star
should h c '^ a lo too ffpj iid e, andl don’t
have any doubt that
m ttheyaU do.”
“ I think it’s goin,
oing to be a great
gam e,” said East
JSt forward Kelly
T ripucka of the! ID etroit Pistons.
, - "Any tie you gett a bunch of great
plaers together, you’
o u 're going to hnve
a great game. Eve
Sven though there
- . isn 't much time to pracUcc, when
- yoit’ve got twelve g
players on
. th e floor they're gol
going to piny like
• r they’re a team .'
" I think i f s golni
)lng to be close.”
said Bernard K l ^S o:
of the New York
Knicks. " It wlU bee eexciting and I’m
looking forward to0 it because I con
s it on the bench an
and watch these
. guys do things to1p<
people that they
usuallydotom e.” .
c
mmm Trennkle’s fears> realized
i
t
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C o l l e ggee b a s k e t b a l l C 3
C l a s s i fi :f i e d s C 3 - 1 0
Tlmes-Nowfl, Twin Falls, Id a h o .......::
‘dy SS".:::
InAl^ll-Stars’ I
, .
■
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g o> v e r uv h e J nn
I
S
sta rs I
to sshine I
.
Sunday.January
rary 29,1984
C2
ga,
;am es and kept a share of the
Jie confer- installed a ful
uU-court press that proUtUe cushkih there and
Uld went on to th e third c1 quarter and Blackfoot could
enc
)uld
from Uie field In U» first half, was
iTtCG lead wiUi an S-1I record, duced four Blackfoot
B
turnovers In outscore them someUiin
Jiing like 20-10 n ev e r get !t<closer Uum 11.
■' Bio
■
limited to Jiist five fleld goals after
JlacKfobt, one-orthe-pre-sca
scason-fa-— two^and-a-half
— dllringthntstretgh ■» ___________ ;___ - .T h e vlct
df- minuies. -By-the-haU—
Ictory sets up a confrontaUon
vor
tion
intecmlsslon-and-noDe of its players
/orltes in the league. feU
U ilo 4-10 Twin FaUs led:
d
32-23.
Astorquia
'
subsUtuli
luted
freely
for
the
Bh
(ruins
with
Mlnlco,
the
league
ove
gue
reached double figures.
»veralland3-€.
I’t play very sm art
“ We didn’t
throughout, sitting Tools
•olson down for co-leader,r. In Uie Twin Falls gym next
K»t
In the Junior varsity preliminary,
"We played a lot better thai
h an I had basketball ” Gl
Gladwell said. "We knew m uch of Uie second half.
B
f.BulToolson's
F riday.
thoi
-------- BlackfootdefeatedTSvin Falls 4M9
bought we might,” said Twli
-win F alls th at Uiey woul<
uld try lo press,, and our team m ates -didn’t seen
iem
to suffer
" I feel1 pretty
i
good,
about
the
way
C
oe
vay
TBrmrALLsei
biaocfoot«
itoach John Astorqufa. "Aft<
\f tc r last
kids have plalayed against the press
m uch by his-absence. Jur
Junior forward w e’re playaylng going Into lhat gam^e.”
nlsd
light’s gam e and after the gan
rip
jam ewiUi before. But in
instead of ckilng Uiings Jaso n Meyerhoeffcr end
ended with 12 Astorquiaa said. "We’re a lltUe tlr«d
j'erome
er
on Tuesday, ! expectci
cted us to Uiey were supp
pposedtodo, theyputthe |points — 10 in the s ^ nind
d half and now. but wiwe’ve got 0 week to get ready
]et
i
et down
a lltUe bit. Wc w ere
.
re a litUe baU on the floo
oor and wc had aU those seven
i
rebounds, while senior
ser
forward
fo
r
them
ai
and
the
gam
e’s
going
to
be
in
giui
lugglsti a t times — I got some
ime blank
turnovers.”
.
]
Doug
Petersen scored nlnt
aine points and o u r gym. ,VWe know It’s going lo be for
looJ
x>ks there in the first halff - but I
"The pressI %
worked pretty well for pulled
j
down l l boards.
th e confen
jrence lead, a t least for the
thoi
lought we come back and plj
played a
us," Astorquia
la said. “ Blackfoot was
When TooLson, who finis
Inished wilh 15 m id-scasor
on conference lead.”
prei
retty good ballgame.”
P e te rm ... 2 y t 2 t i i o r r ^
i m i *
doing a g ^ j<
job offensively there in ipoints, was In Uie ^ e e.
, Uie
t Broncos
Twin Fal
'•alls shot Just 22-for-19 from
j ] Bruins got off to a-slow
jm Total* n i M iu n - iw id , ” u u . u n «
The
low sta rt,
Uie first quarte
t
e
r
and
they
were
keept
tried
to
defense
him
with
ith
a
box-andth
e
floor.'.bi
.but the Bnilns hit 50 percent TwtaF.ni..............................U a « a
trail
‘ailing by as many as five po
points in
ing us from geU
2
ttlng
Uie
baU
Inside
with
c
onc
formation,
but
to
lltUe
itUe
avail.
The
of
th
eir
fiel
[eld-goal attempts In Uie flrst BUddDoi............................... ... a a M
the first quarter, before Asti
le
fUtorquia
all Uiat neat of
>f theirs. But we got that IB ruins led by a s much as 15 points In half. Blaclt
ickfool. which was ll-for -22
-22
Threeiwlatffu]—Twtart!U<7tels»l.
- I . I NBA
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S c o r e ’b
b o ard
l
t u im b l e ! E a g l e s
m
RANGEL
:LEY, Colo. — For two
^
cam e. Dean Kauffman was fouled io
•
w eeks CSII Coach
'
Fred Trenkle had
>d theactofshootlngandatechnlcalw as
\
th e uneasy
sy feeling Uiings weren't
1 1 assessed against Fred Emerson for
going to be
le fun on Uie road against
st w hat Trenkle said was “evidatly
Northwestern.
Colorado No
m aking a face because he didn't say
'
'
Saturdayy nlghti all his fears were
•e anyUUng.”
led as the Spartans spun
8ut>stantlate
m
Kauffm an went to tbe line to hit aU
^ ^ ^ ^ fl
m om entumn out of a technical foul1- th ree free UuDws and shortly afler Uie
inspired five
ve-polnt play to wheel past
it ln>t)ounds pass, Alex Tatum hit a
Uie GoldenIEagles
E
49-46.
16-footer to Ue things.
w as only
on Uie Uilrd loss in 20
0
CSI then took nearly two and one^ ^ ^ ^ fl
outings for' CSI,
C which returns to Twinn h a lf m inutes off the clock as It waited ;
F a lls for two
tu m ajor matches WedI- fo r a cripple to open up off its ^iread.
^ ^ ^ ^ fl
nesday and
nd Saturday night. Thee B u t with 2:24 remaining, a bad pass Wednesdayf game is a chance tot> tu m ed Uie baU back lo Northwestern
^ ^ ^ ^ fl
avenge a double-overUme loss to0 andM arcusH arris8C oredw lthl:50to
^ ^ ^ ^ fl
Snow Collegi
!ge. Saturday night, Rickss p lay , CSI then missed an attempt at
,
^ ^ ^ ^ fl
com es Into the
U Eagle gymnasium forr itying it and Northwestern went inlo a
<
th e first regie
jlonalbatUeof theseason.
i
cteepdelay.
I;
is a ‘must” for CSI as Ricks}
T h at led to two free throws by John
.j
"
^
a lre a d y is oi
out 2-0 and a homecourtt ]B rew er wlUi 27 seconds showing oo
ij
loss would put
pu the Eagles In a hole in1 |Uie clock. Shropshire rqdled immedl' I
U ieir bid to
t host Uie regionalI aa te ly with a CSI Jumper but Tatum
i.
toum am ent.
i.
Ith en lifted Northwestern out of readi
A comblnai
lation of percentages andI w
> ith a free throw at tbe ll-secood
'!
iUness caught
;ht up to <^I. It was due for• im ark .
)
a n off shooti
»ting night but nol even
“ There's , an old saying," • said
.Trenlde thoug
ught he'd see Uie night C S I ' 1T renkle about Uie game. "When you
lj
P M H
would hit Jus
ust seven of 16 attempts‘ rp lay , you win and when you don’t, you
Ifrom the fiel
leld In the second half, lose.
i,
Tonight we cUdn't and we got our
M eanwhile, a wave of flu and sniffles fannies
f
kicked. We didn’t play with
h a s been int
intenslfled by Uie close ea n y intensity and we're not going to
q u a rte rs of tr£
traveling.
uu se Ulness a s an excuse. We have
•'
Although CSI
C U-aUed most of Uie sso m e guys who aren’t feeling weU but
tim e and had
id to batUe for everything nIf they Uiink Uiey're sick now. wait’ll
app
jpeared Uiat Ralph Bar- m
w e g eth o m e.”
r e ra s and Low
iwell Clsowskl m i ^ t have
T renkle said d e c ile Uie first 26led them outol
ofthewoods.
nm inute woes of the game. " I thought
^ ■ ^ fl
.. Going aheai
iad for the fU?t Ume a t y,
w e had everything going for ua. We •
i
31-29 five mintj
nutes Into the second half, ^w e re getting layins or free throws and
''
■ K V . 'C S I picked up four points from Cis- tl
th e y w ere Uying to stay wiUi us wlUi
,
--o w sk ian d afofollow
l
shoi by Barreras to boml)s.
b<
Unfortunately, they were hit­
m U jfl
m ove ahead 36-31.
36
tl
tin g som e of them. Then we got tbe
ii
O ver the next
m
few minutes, wlUi quesUonable
qi
caU and they came im
-----both*team s-hi
having-trouble shooting, w
w ith Uie71ve-jx)inrplay7AnCT Uiat w -------- CSI stayed ah<
ihead as Barreras added hhiad
to
challenge them and
^ H fl|
fo u r m ore poll
sinls and Bob Shropshire m om entum had swung over.
fli
an d L arry Bro)
rown hit a couple each.
" T h e re ’s no ck>ubt In my mind we
■ ■ I '
C SI’s bigge!
'est lead cam e at 44-37 couldn’t
o
have played mucb worse. No.
w ith Northwei
western scoring Uie next m
m a k e it we didn’t play very well aod
iI
lfl%
tim e downcouj
lurt. After Uie Spartans N orthw estern played a good ball
i'
re g ain ed posse
session, the turning point gi
g am e ,” Trenkle amended.
J b(
_
I
5 5 5- - y c a r - o ld D o lp h S c h aa yy e s
TI
t a k e s d l i t t l e o x yycg e n
d u r i n g N B A O ldd - T i m e r s G a m e in D e n
^
VVV
j
i
f l
e s t t r o u n c :ee s E a s t i n f i r s t O l d - T r i ' i m e r s G a r mr p
lENyEH (AP) - Rick Barry
Bai
m inute halves as
IS a prelude lo tosevei
/e ra l times.
score<
red 14 points, Lou Hudson 12
a
I2imd
d ay ’sNBAAll-Slar
arC a m e.
K
ci
<err.
afler donning a pair
pa of
E arl•1 '"The P earl” Monroe 11 Sati
Many of Uie a{
aging greats were
eyegl
^Qy
;glasses, Uien sank one of two
tw( free
' to lead the West to a ‘65
65<3
huffing and puffing
ng by Uie end of Uie Uirou
xiws lo put Uie West on top>40-38.
40 A
victor
xity over the East In profcssioi
sional
contest, played 1before a large,
momi
iment loter, K err made a nifty
kcU>all's first-ever Old-Time
im ers
appreciaUve crow
)wd al McNIchols
behin
ilnd-the-back p ass to West,
Kl, who.
ne.
Arena. Tho lead ch
R anged hands four
gl|de<
Thg
Jed in for a layup and a 42-381
-38 lead.'
he West, getting off to a fast; st{
s tart
tim es before Uiee West took comMai
iara v ich , Uie youngest of
ol the
tchhid
ind B arry and Jerry West, led b y
m and for good on two
t\ free Uirows by
old-tli
^ nany as seven points in theed
-U mers a t 35, led Uie Easttw
wllU iia
} fli
first
B arry for a 33-38 ad
idvanlage. i
points
nts and Robertson had
lad
12.
' and fashioned a 28-25 advanta
ho lfar
n tage.
WiUi ii:06 left,, Uie gam e’s only
Havlli
krlicek finished with nine foi
for the
iterm lsslon. But Pete Maravi
a t inte
avich
comedy surfaced
d when Tommy
E )t.
ast
Oscar Robertson triggeredi aa *7-2 Helnsohn and Joh
and Os
3hnny Kerr, rival
The
h e West led by os many aass «eight
rt ia t thtt outset of the second^ haif
hi
spurt
centers- from Uie} mid-SOs Uirough
points
Its as Uie gam e wound1 down,
d
the E ast took Its first lead
and th
ad a t
the m ld-6(^.'engaj
'aged In a bil of. ..th en1 IHavlicek and M aravibhI led
lc an
36-355 on
o a bucket by John Havlici
'licek 'i-horseplay. Kerr, 51
5 and notlcably
E a sItt rally
t
Uiat W m m ed the lead
let to
with113:32
13 (o g o .'
paunchy, went to Ui
Uie free-Uirow line
o3-61
i
1 on a pair of free throw:
ows by
le old-Umers played two) 20
2 The
a fte r Heinsohn pull
llled on his shorts
MaraN
ravlch with i :22 to play.
_______
Monntana’s iiinside play
sink[s Idaho) S t. 74-50
B y G regory U
Lallre
Special to th ei Times-News
l
MISSOULA,Mont. — Tbe Montana
G rizzlies got physical
pi
Saturday night
ho State Bengals were
“ tl liie Idahc
out-m uscled 74-501naBlgSkyConfer74ence cam e;
T h e loss wa
vas Uie second for the
B engals on a northern
no
road swing tha t
left Uiem sllghi
;hUy battered and out of
first place,
" T h is was anoUier
ar
tough, physical
g am e .” said1 ISU Coach Wayne
B allard, whose
s e team lose 6^59 to '
M ontana Statee in
i Bozeman Thursday,
“ We h av e theI quickness
q
but It’s hard
-to win those batUes
b
inside against
those 230-poun
iinders. Montana and
M ontana S ta te
.
e are
Uie sam e kind of
team . They boUi
lUiout-m'uscledus.”
'
I
M ontana and Montana Stale also
ht
h a v e another thing In common, shar^
Ing the league lead with 4-2 records.
In
Id
Idaho
State, which came north unck
ctefeated In league play, Is now tied
wl
w ith W eber State for Uilrd at 3-2.
B allard said the pressure would be
on M ontana Saturday night because
th
tb e Grizzlies couldn’t afford to lose
ag a in a t home after faUIng in
overtim e to Weber.
ov
“ You have to say Montana re­
sponded
very,” said the Bengals’
sp
second-year
coach. "We couldn’t get
se<
the
U« baU inside on them. Montana did a
good
gcx Job o f sagging off and keeping us
a u ay from the basket.”
aw
Idaho
- Slate managed Just two
1
btiaj
ask e ts from Inside Uie key In Uie first
hai a s Montana built tqi a 34-23 lead
half
•See BENGALS OGP ajv C2
',
i
'
Vetercan Vikzing cocach ste3ps doiw n a fti'er 1 7‘\)\;earNIFL reign
-
HONOl
lOLULU (At’^
Bud Gran
rant formally
"Everyoyone was surprised by Bud's
d ’s decision.”
announce
iced Saturday tijat he was stej
aiid. "And I'm surprised to be coming
stepping down Steckel sal
a s the! P
Minnesota Vikings’ coach,
llu.”
ch. ending a toHonoluli
successfi
sful 17-year sUnt at the helm
hc
of the
Regarditling contract details to bee vworked out.
NaUonal
i o o tt ^ League club,
al F
- Steckel sa
said: “I’m certain theree ’will be no
speared virtually certain thi
that Vikings problem. TThis organlzaUon is just out
____
K
l
* • “ pp<
lutstandlng.”
assistant
n t Lea Steckel, 37, will be nam
am ed Sunday
Told thiiia t Grant had said th(
the Vikings'
asth en lew
e v Minnesota coach,
coaching ppost was one of the mostt ddesirable in
G rant,
it, I56. wlU remain wlUi the orga
rganlzatlon In pro sports,
s, Steckel smiled ahd said,, “ I’U havelo
som e und
ndetermlned posl. He flew to
h
to
agree.”
to Honolulu
' personallj
lUy teU Vikings President Max
Mi Winter,
Steckel a added, "To replace BudJ G
( rant. I’m
who hass a home here, of his decision,
n.
not going tc
to do. A lol of people consid
slder him the
G rantt isaid a t a press conferenc
2nce th a t hc
best coach
h fn the gam e. I have leam
im ed a greal
decidedI ssometime "around Uie Siip
Super Bowl”
deal from Ihhim .”
>
th a t hc: wished
V
to quit coaching .in
in o rd e r to
Before SISteckel arrived, Lynn Ind:
ndlcatcd the
pursue oti;
olher Interests, somelhing thal
:hat tim e had only detalL
Ills to be worked oul wit
vith Grant’s
m tp e rmniittied during his NFL coachlnj
ling career.
successor iwos length of contract:t and-com Also aItt IUio press conference, Miko
ko Lynn, the
pensation.
Vikings'' general manager, said
id th at “ a « Grant em
emphasized that any specul
dilation Uiat
nom inee”
s” for the coaching post w as
IS oon his way
hc was qui
uittlng the coaching JobI bbeca ^ of
---------------------- to Hawaii.
ili.-Laler in Uie^iay.-Steckel-i
e l-a rrlv o d ln — " in n e rtu m
rm o U rp erso n a llty clashB^S” o r l i e a th
B U D G ^A T
‘N^T
Honoluluu and confirmed It was a foregone
problem s,"
" w a s not valid,
W ill t a k e n e w poi
[ ) o s itlo n
cMncluslon
loo thot h c would bc G rant’s su<
successor.
" ’The o n llly
j
reason for leaving Is to do some
things thlaLcoaching
at
didn’t allow me
ild W inter was president of Uiat
le to do,” he Lakers, and
said . " I’m
m :56 years old and In good hei
lealth. Some organlzaUon.
an.
of the thing
Ings I may want to ck> are Uiings
Uil
think Uiere's a better Job in pro­
Uiat I
" I don’t Uil
m a y not be
be.able to do when I ’m 65.
p o r ts than to bc coach of the MU>fesslonal spor
“ inoUfier
ier words.” G rant said. “ 1 want
w
to get nesota VUclng
Ungs.'' Grant said. “ Max has been
outw hU eIc
I I can still walk through the; woods,
v
er should
txs wlUi his children — give
still like a faUier
s
w ade a trout
tro stream , stiU climb aQ imountain, them guldanw
mce, then let Uiem go about Uieir Job.
whUe I stiU
• go out In those breaker
LiUcan
ers.
That's w hatittheV
Ul U dngshavedoneform e.”
" I ’m goln
oing lo do nothing s j^ I f lc , not
m going lo
aid one of the "highlights” of his
Grant said
g c t in a salll
allboat and go around the wor
ro £sports was that he had never been
orld.”
career Ln pro
G rant’ss carccr
cz
coaching record of a combined flrod.
283 victorlc!
ries a t Minnesota and Winnl|
nipeg of the
“AU my assc
assoclaUons wlUi professional ^ r t s ,
C anadianI FootbaU
I
League makes3 him the I’ve alwayss lel
left o f m y own volition,'N ^ said. "I
sccond-wlnn
'Innlngesl coach In pro fooUwi
skeUaall on my own, went^on to Uie
tMiii history, left pro baske
ranking behind
t>et
only th e late Geor(
ia E agles, left and went to Winnipeg
irge H alas’ phUadelphia
markof32Gi
12Gvictories.
Winnipeg to come to the Vikings.”
...Uwn len Wlr
His Mlnni
iinesota teams won 161 gor
;ames, capHe was only
nly th e second coach in tho history of
tu red 11 division
di\
UUes and appears
red in four the Mlnnesotx
sota franchise, having taken over
S uper Bowls
wls, losing each tim e.
after Norm1 Van
Vi Brocklln's sUnt Uiat ran from
G ra nt vol<
«)1<^ hls^apptpclatlon ofjhi
the_supporl__ 196L-1966_____
g iv d i him1 bj
by Winter over the y e ^ .. Their
T
firsl
Only two activ
act e NFL coaches, Tom Landry of
associaUon
'
in came
when G rant playei
r'ed for the theDaUasCow
Cowtx>ys and Don Shula of the Miami
National BaskeUiall
Bs
AssoclaUon Mil
•finneapolls' [)o]phios, hav
have won m ore NFL gam es.
i
y
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0 2 Tlmes-News.. Twin
Tv Falls. Idaho
Sun dlay.
ay January 29.1984
f K m n b e f ll y n e ce < i s 2
? t b nlijp
FHl e r , 41 9 - 4 6
lU n s ) s.
X Touts 311K7 3 1 « . n n ia d Ott
IOMBERLY -- Unde&ated Kim- Brii
Irian Atidnson a d t M 'a ch a
lo '
- s a m tt, Goff. Thackenor. nr*»{Mta( v a U . ey 62,
b erly had to pullI out
o all the stops to pnr
rovlde tb e d iffe re n t. F ile!T
r hhad the H » t • A A
DcTtagDoUl 1. WebuDetiter I.
Btay tbat way Sahm
turdaynlght
last
is t d iap c e .thls time, but the threev—
Tbe Bulldogs, down
do\ by eight points pbli
__________ Ildn’t go.
t,
blnter out of tbe com er wouidn
ELL — V a ll^ neariy Uirew
7 7 ,
roost of the secood
od half, turned to its
sr. —
«Offense. T hat, saidB uhlll C
„ second quarter,
Coach Wayne
as‘ i _
i •< - ^
defeiiM 'to p d l'e" w
S-polnt lead to WendeU but
e w «id then outp ro i^ te d' fi
1 two ofl7 from the field,' GTlmiphries,
F
which
.................... • tt at• «g s s , "W eo n ly b itt
fought F ile r throm
ough two overtimes
ianagw Conference tiiriUer in
nv~H*U«.-JmUmek
ttfBrs^awM— for 8 ta rte r8 ,^-be^aidr-^G
h
lenni Ferry ——led^OHBccuratfrfrefrtiirowE
U
fd ra4 9 -4 6 v icti^^r
RIGBY — Rigby’s Wgb-llytog TioW.; T
TUtoer 4, A. SMfceU I. T o U b 17 tlplayed weU tber
’• ‘"H iey nailed us on Uie
‘T h e y did a grea
B » l , - B. StckM. rou)«x
reat Job of defenslng ‘na«»f>oiot
m
o»* Jansw ent>ona#corii^tearinU w fIr8t
x«otf our
• But Jt didn’t'
Hum piiries ^ d .. “To give you - d e n i - S iI-.a tjoodbaUi,'’ said WenT i a s t Wbether it was line;”
I!
IB and tbey
tak
taking
tbe baU Inside ^Mm.'nmer.
[ftime. sermon o r Just ah'Idea,,
a
w e stiot one free
^ U i r o w f o r U w . J ? ^ n^ y Gwartney, referring to . h d f SatuiYiay nlgbt -to defeat tiw
n Ftawu
*. Knowles’ h a lft
W m lmtr - Ttm P m D lO. Tom
P
to (Q reg) JaroU m
d and we' coul<to’t
le
t
in
ttie
process
of
makingnuBk
log—
Burley
Bobcat8T7-54.'-------— -— *------<toD».onaa circum stance,, ttie
t Hornets proceeded second
si
h alf. while tii«y
v
te M d w J. B n e ( AUdaBD3. Uvtagfton:
y went
l i v e ..
o ln t d e f ld t ttiree Trojans
stop him ,”’said Kin
Clmberiy Coacfa Rich jSSa
UIS
WlUl 6-5 cenier Todd Peterson
J d o m l . W rtcbtt.’llolooeibS.'nsUlfS
■is3o«-t73i to s u rp a s s th e P
ibc,’>
Pilots.
"' ii
. A total of 55 wtilsUes were
. routed out-Sdtra«>kr. Breol AUlRM
TbompsoD of tbe
be first three aod «.ro
jre picking iq> 17 points Indde and Trent
Decloaisowoi
/onliie preliminary.______ Hoilt|»hries said U ia tJ
ic h aided lrfvailey'82S br45'
; ____ o o e ^ a U ,quattetB_:
B-The-Wildcats-en.---- ^
u
shippen hitting four Uueepolnt gods
‘-dubTH veras& 'im ilerao pe
i'attem pts.
<3)«BirgR7...........
riodi»top3a^.
J ji
te re d tbe Cioalperloi
in ttw firs t Iialf, ttw Trojans jumped
......................U l i 41 B ttUie fid d . Buhl relies bea
DBd#........................
played like a batUe of two
............... « a * 77 ^d efensive alignments. Tt
B u t Kim berly cranked
cr
iq> its de^
'«> ahead 44-27 at intennlsston. As a
/
r
o
OkooiPtaTT—iM
lteate«rtXB<nfCwt»«.Fmi
0
B
“
veUers,” Gwartney con: fenslve pressure
« In the closing
I
»* team , R igby hit 62 percent in Uw o rst
«, u u c te a s. CnxM
w ith t h a t ^ t ^ w a s ti
M:X Bnlttthil 14, lloitMx 11. W
t was ju st kind of ragged
and.forced
ced. s o m e tumovm.------ —
i ^ - -balf-and tia d 31-attempts to Burley’s
- ........... — iu « ] a . - 3 t a u i « a M
B-UJ9 SLFttalK U U — RMd.-----shotTWdJ
tf
from tb e olitside.ice by botb dub«, wiUi too
B uckets by Scott
BeUeg»nt«.
>tt Uvlngstoo, Tim
DECLO—
DI
Dodo’s D a ^ Mangum
Ma
« • 24.
>‘A ndj>1QMdH>l^Buhl’s»
[ua«.O.Mu8umXl,KunulMr 10
5.”
pulled tiie
and
id Rictiard Hunsaker com bin
F e rre ll and Kurt: Holcomb
H<
b inedfor
B urley m issed a chance to keiep ttw
.p o in ts. Welser’s Joi
t t h m 11. H m d 3. BrWal 4.
iven
a
t
tbe
half,
V
a
ll^
keep
BuUdogs Into a 42-42
le ts p a st
5-42 tie. Klmberiy got 36: points
p
to lead the Hornet!
^
pressure <m In tbe lato flrst quarter
totaled
15 to p ^ U i^ w in n e
2 M a i3 n .T b ro » p a ia t9 > d jto
tb e n e t until the fourth
tb e ball back with
hX
3 secmds left but
Glen
Ieni9 F e rry 77-52 S aturday nig
night.
D. Maofum, MatUww
ewi.
^
w henitm l8sedacotvl6-U ireeputback
In ttie Juhkir
Smh , B u h l
hen WeodeU outduded its atten^its. R i^ y , u4tlcb relies beavfly
TTb
be Canyon Conference tiltthhja d the
Its last-second shot
t>tbounced
b
away.
added an o ttier sdaU toI Its
its collection
0-17.
In a low-scoring
lng first overtime, Hon
>mets earn a sbc-polnt flrst-<ii
on speed a n d defense, -forced four
t-quarter U / e i s e r ^
with a 45-32 triumi&. It w
I ‘it iQ), tmt four points later
,
S
od. tben watch helplessly/ as
a the v v c i o c f 5 5 .
F ile r's Ben SackeUi
stt and Andy Sackett lead.
^
turnovers In ttw secood cjuarter and
Indians’ ttilrteenUi w nseci
L S v e vVlclol c S v a lle y puUe,
iecuUve
led aw ay for tlie final time,
lots outscored tbem 17-7r in
L th e f i u h l 4 . f i
ea c b U t the fn » teendofaooe>aod<ne
ni
Pilot
e, converted on Uiem to s tart b r e a i ^
?,
.
’y
JIv.
Im proving iIts
t record to 4-7 overall and
d taiojU sim iv.
9l helped
cond period. John Solasabol
ti
. to offset a field gm
goal tN Livingston, seca
»
Burley’s contact on the scordxiard. k .
ague.
O 'M 2-sinU w leaj
a
BUHL — Ad«
A gain Klmberiy ba<
had tiw last cbance in tb
ti at effort, ending tq>. with
w
delay gam e worked Its ^
^
BaOaj ......... ....................................1« » 4 0 ;s t
.............................15 a 41 81 e»
. . . u s S7 41 V a n a y ..............
Rl^...........................a 4« 81.7 ^
un-tiigh 14 points.
bi& couldn’t connect
set
team
wicked w ays on
9n Bubl as Weiser slid ^I M m t — Wood9. Smith 11. H,Uui
...........................U S a Si 88
k d IXJuse a IS.
WcDdril .......
•
B « l4 r-B o y d t3 .I U tp b s U .E 0 M r tie .K u I li .
Declo Coach Ron Knowles3 said
&
It' past ttie India:
I n t h e . deciding
ians
in a non- AldorS.
au
ng overtime. LlvDei
VaOoy - )lco
Ic n y 4. Tliaeter 7. Mumbuuh U.
U.
FtoraK M -T otebM » - »tjisss.
»:
BfrroU e, AleJaiM liaS. Esoobldo<, Jo ta o m l.
sent KImber
beriy ahead but Ben defln
finitely f d t t>etter to -win, aft<
n e Satunlay evening
g
aftor his conference game
om U s IS. Wales 4. Severabee >
3.■ Totals31»-l87M.Ttire»90lsts»ata~Bo)>d.
.. BoU-crowl«y»,vlDetetl7.Bur
BaiTUUS,Knodle SdniUe U. Son
t0-»a09I.J^wled lMaUl»39-ISM
»« «).
«U - MiBHoasa
lb dropped a league loss to F
FUU e r o n '" V p b y a tli^ d egoal
i wjth four minutes, 11; Oweo 1. PUsrtaX Tetalt U lD-»
S ack e tt tied Jt. Hlowever,
w
Uvlagstoa club*
JiW-Berry».aappeo>t.Pk±aUt,armd6nS
8. God IS. BoUsmUI 10.
Ml* ~ Vlaeent,
WeadeO —schraft
Sd
IB.
fi, Berrett 2. Toczak t, HhAleman 4. P B term 3l
iday. but that “ we did h avtee ia t>ad the visitors wei
p u t In his 20th point
lint of the night and Frids
« n t into a “spread" out
g J — VlacenL_ nn^fxitoC
Campb^I.Oavl
ivls 4. Thackeray 4. Weimnelster U.
BMTUlU.
'j
T ctaU a »Q 14 T7. •n»rt»^n> »»aU -SMppan4.
Valle
Wenc\dell60(O T)
R igby
Burlev 54
talmtj
'iecldJY,
j l enns Ferry 5.
N o SiUfpris\
i
ffes in S<
*
o
u
t h
O A K lijY ~ Tbere
ere were no upsets
of tbe
in tb e first round of
t A-4 Southslde
nament ' Saturday
sub-district toumai
n ig h t fn Oakley.
s
i (
ide toUiir n e y ; 1Bliss slhoclcs JDietrich r
N orthhside
0155^
Tournnament
d 'th e Huskies to six pointss li
beld't
In the
~ J - ,.- ,
secon
ond <]uarter,
Cbe
berrilyn Severe led the 6Oakley
s
' / ' J i i ] •1 ’
^ I '
“ .
ick w l ^ a game-high .16 po
attack
points.
.
^
J
y Morrill scored 12 points foi
for the
“■ .
Amyl
ikies Including a p a ir ofr ttlh r e e H i0 n n n a a — Pugmire 0. Melabab
T h e g a m e w aas
s d o se in the ttilrd
ioib9.w isDer4.
seed in tbe Huskii
R a ft River, tbeB lap
I
3iQoy 2. EUloU X Totals 114-1Bu A
It goals.
47-26, point
|
p e r io d u n t i l T ra<
tournam ent, beat; Hagerman
H
•acy Houk converted
"•
' w hile second-seeded
ed Oakley
<
defeated., p asUefbrd
. .
tiiat put the game out ooi
....................................... et 30 30 38
iield'M
urtaugh
to
•o
n
ln
e
Castleford topped
H ansen 38-26 and O
Ku
U a te o ............................................i iIIu 17 n as
Its
In
the
first
half
a
s
the
Wo
Wolves
M urtaugh andI IHagerm an will meet
O akley—W >rr 3, B«dla 10, Judd
1
id0.
a.r.s«ve(ets.
M urteugh. 30-15.
med tiie Red Devils.
downe
VMiUeS. Adam s 3. TOUU 1410-21 l»
i
i»j8.Pou)edout
gam e at 6:15 p.m. on
- S . Sew e.
[urtaugh took a 5-3 first que
scored IB points for
N yla Robinson scoi
Oakley and CasUeford
^ a o m - C a t s 8. M o ^ U,
H
U. wuam <.
1.
but
CasUeford
took
th
e
Iea<
ead
for
wUI
m
eel
in
the
7:;
R a ft R iver in Its win
In <
over tbe Pirates,
7:30 game.
nobi
rtuwiwiot 0 >au
loblnaon 3. TOUU 7 liMO 23 28. Thrw
d with 47 seconds left in the hal
naif.
R alt
^
2. Fouled out - Morrll
loriiii. Epenoa
Including 10 In tbe8 fl
first quarter. Sbe
Ul play Uie winner of -- Morrill
»
Valdren.
Uie the second gam
ga e on Wednesday,
helped the TrojansiJumptoalO-OIead.
Jui
>me
M Wolves outscored tlie Rted
ed De*
nd
that
Hansen
will
HoUy H arper added
: points for the yils 11
Bd 10
Hi
play
the
winner
of
11-2'In the third qu arte r and
.. . . 8 » 11 13
lurtuigts........ .................................
Ii
winners.
e.
CMt
. . . 3 10 n »
^MUeCont .........................................3
bred to be the difference In
in the the other contest:inaloserH)utgam
prov«
Ml
Murtaugb — C um m in 4, Crall1 4. Aodmon 3.
test.
n«ftIU»Br.....................
akley beld Kansen co'>!^
In its victory, Oakli
......................14 a SS 47 -.W«n
Vard 2. PertUtts 3. Totals 71-4 ao ts,rouiedoutIS. F
mdenon.
...................... 4 10 U »
'Andc
to fo u r points In tbeBthird
tt
p e r i ^ Tbe
cast
astleford converted 14 fre e tiin
^iuows,
lun R|y*r —D. Jo«i
0M 2.IU sb)'7. Buck«wiy3,
Qt
CasUeCocd—
EnsuDsa e. Houk 4. Severa
Sev< s. Shelly
H uskies took an ii-e
1
-6 lead
in tbe first whUe
le Murtaugh only iiad one in th e lUjperio. W«T<Rpbl
Wffio)-2.Totals
lell 3. Stacy flell 4. Vulgamore7. Quiff
>btawo IB. tu u 3. KeetcA 2.
Hell:
period, i>ut Oakley’s
1
’s balf<ourt
press game.
TdU1s 233.7I647.PouM
M o u t- L J o n e ^
814-3
le.
14-34 S30.
Bliss WOI move on'lo farelilc^'flel^
on M ooday a t 7:30 p.m. I b a t OMite^wUl be preceded by Uw C a m u
C o u n ty - C a ^ game a t 6.
The w inners of those g a m a ^ 1
play on'Thursday while Uw losers wm
play In a loser-out contest alcng with
Gooding S ta te aod Dietrich on Wednesday.
...>■)
F A I R F I E aJD!
L
— Ctoey and Bliss
»
w o n t t i e l r ojpenlng
p
games of the A-4
4
N o r t t i s l d e su
l
Aib-dlstrict
tournament inn
F a irfid d on
n Saturday night. Carey
y
d e f e a t e d G ooding
ot
Stote 4 ( ^ , whUee
B l i s s u p s e t DDietrich
i
32-25.
H e a U ie r O M
)’Crowley scored 17 polnis5
Caray...............................................u a , W * '*
O oodiagsute...................................r IS a ^ a
C^trey — O'Crowky 17, Sparta «. Ranr 1,
Ictory over Uw Indians,
In C arey’s Vic
P a n tiM
tiers took a commanding3
1 3 - p o ln t a d vvantoge
a
a t Uw half and]
c r u i s e d to ttile
e victoiy.
scored 19 points forj.
J o d y a n n BSaicke
a
VanHook*.Robetts4.‘MaUUMt40.
Ooodlng State — TMry 3. R o d e k sl,U w lf.).
Farsber a. Bakkn u . TotaU 14 *8 t l a ‘n sM point B etU -P arB berS .
•
th e lo s e rs .
The B earst tused balanced scoring in1
ih d ru p s e tv ic
ictory over Dietrich.
1lead by five polnto at Uw.
end of the firs
Irst quarter and twld that;
advantage thiroughout
r
the c o n te st
OtotrteH .....................................; . . . 8 U u : »
bum........................... .
tr
DWrtcli - Blasbam fi. Perroo 7. A stl^fi.
Stoddard2,K lstler4.TDtaUii>819&
Bli« - M. Ilobdgyfi. Sean a, L. Hobders.
MeOee8. SmlUi4. TotalsUS-1411a TlnMOlat
il» a U -L . Hobdey.
r— »
;
Mw m iTV-lovingJ Miller wir^ns Q uaker>r*S ta te event
loscores 10 stt
North Idahc
s
I wom<ien sa gEa t finiiish
CSI►
GRAND PRAIRIE. Texas
xas (AP) ~
Hut
lugh M iller of EvereU, Wash.,
Wa
kept
■.traight
his
ils re c o rd on tdevlsion unbl
inblemlshed
lalurday when he defea
feated Joe
lerardl 217-171 in Uie UUe
i
le match
of
iie $125,000 Quaker Stoto Ope
!)pen.
MUler, now a four-time Pro
Pro Bowlers
Assc
fsOclaUon ctiampion.*won
I sbcth
on his
gam
am e in th e ctiampionshli
ship round
with
itiiout a loss to capture Uii
Uie *20,000
niggled back to clow
ainst it
' The E agles stru
thing,
g. we should do better agaliu
lssion.
re Just
to w ith ln a iw ln taatinterm
t
thjanI tithe zone,” he said. “ We
.
five minutes of the
onlght.
In the first fi\
ed liice a bunch of losers tonlj
second half, Stanh
nhope hit six straight
NoUUni
ling went rig h t”
TWIN FALLS - - 1North Idaho’s
points to open i4 >a 36-28 lead. CSI Uien
w om en took a giantt Ssitep toward the
Crim
im p said he got tbe Idea offusing
us
ecause stm ggied from ssbc to eight points
Saturday night, tiie nu
m an defense last y e a r beca
regional tournam entit S
k T a T e o ']
'e-minuto m ark when
)w iand back until the fivereeling off 10 straigtit
gbt p i^ ts in the “we fel
felt that CSI was a litUe slow
shot to cut tiie deficit
>f our Bosley tlit a long sl
could take advantage of
closing three minutes
t whip College we coi
» to
to44-41.
-47.
quiclOM
lajess."
of Southeni Idaho 5M7.
After trading two
t
points, North
te secood
In three
Thee obvious difference inn the
T be victory was tbe
a
cd it away wiUi two n
onal.
Idaho tben tucked
bes was tbe outlook for regionn
and that coacbei
road trip s for NortbII Idaiio'
I<
'r e p s c o re s
1-goes wiUi Eatinger
nd 1lost straight give-and-^
re played Ricks last week and
n u m b er of road wins
Ins gives Coach
“Wei
two
of
getting
cripples
al
a
t
ttie
end of cach.
iw
ich ills Cardinals to tbeir
em . Our goal was to' win
G reg Crim p the hunch
-got-a-foUowshot-the— fialwere— JenniferW agner-g
tiiisy ea r'a n d 'alth o u ^ 'w e5 wi
---------m ay ta s te som e post-sei
■seasmplay.---------tiiree>th
—
ibility next tim e down1 court and Karen KS'iJi
ng Inside scoring thinklni
in g one and two was a possibii
^ I ’s usually strong
added four straight
here B utlerlleld then ai
punch was neutrallzt
llzed by North because
use we’ve never won down1 h«
free
tiirows
to
tlu
tirust
the
Cardinals
^
«
,’'C
rim
psald.
Idaho’s man-to-man1 ddefense which before,’
ay to ahead 56-43.
rdesty agreed thal tb e way
kept CSI apparently moving
mo
too much
Hard<
•g£'2i
)W.
nals has to lie on the road now.
game of Jenice regiona:
to use Its power ga;
NORmmAHOH
vaMti
VanderVegt, Michelle
le IHiliesland and
CSI[ started out well, Jennii
(gA’^ prip
U w
I g m p lli.p pUyw
y
and
HUlesland
shooting
t
T rlsb Wldner. It also0 ate
a iq> a lot of Bosley
g th e
Sctioeg....O 0-2 0 '«0 W » g » e r...4 C« 4 I
never
C reU i...... o <w 2 00 Elnger . . . . 4 S-IO 3 B
111jattoten m. NonnrI»meniM
>s Into
a 6-0 lead. But they nev
passe s as C SI's guards
xls couldn’t cope Eagles
I
PUher . . . . 0 1-3 3 1t B U fld .......3 4-« 4 10
22S!
: that easy again,
ssure.
haditth
w ith tb e constant pressu
0 E r c k n . . . .O I-i 4 I
l h Idaho took the lead at 7-6 <
It w as a case of t>elnj
eing stung by its
North
Borty ....« <M) 0 8 ;S tn h p « ....S W J » K V i:
ngela
Joyce
field
goal
and
li
SI
has
used
tbe
an
Ang<
own m edicine as CSI
d lii e 7V tl«r.......2 M 3 4*’^
.......»
« s
SSS
Im es
S m iu i.......9 0 4 1 68
Hig^
m an to confuse mostt oi
ol the competJ- teamst ttraded the lead seven time
Idne- llKlnd .....4 w 1 u
Nom ftttMtir
ras last up at 17-16 cn a Widn
tion It h a s played this1ye
year. But Coadi CSI was
.nJn'I'*'
Wl<toer....4 M S It1
’t going
to give it - free thn
hrow but then Eatinger plcki
U oyd H ardesty wasn’t
g
Icked vnarvgt...3 w 4 e
. up fivee ppoints and Jam ie Stanhopee tv
th a t m uch c r e d it
two ‘nsuia
JO 7-u n <7r 'TDUU » 1«4( » M C o ll
lleg e s c o r e s
MMST
“ I don't know «^ y iit should, we to breali
*ak the Cardinals into a 23-17
23NorthW*bo..................
..............*7 2#-«
SoUtaaraldttao..............
p ra c tic e against tt ever
k^eryday. If anv- lead.
..............2* 31-47
gjjw ,
ByLARRYHOVEY
T'lmes-News writer
j
WrC'OiiJI.AjmjS*
Northern Arizor
ona 71, Boise St.
The victory
i u s h e d M o n ta n a S l a t e to:o 4-2 in the league,
y p
io-9 overall, aann d g a v e th e B o b c a t s a s hhare
s
of Uie Big Sky
lead with MonU
i n ta n a .
M ontana SSta
t a to le d th e e n U r e g a m es and held a 3S-29
halftlm e lead.
,.. . ^
U t a h S t aa t e 7 9 , S a n J o s e Si t a t e 7 0
SAN JO S Es., Calif. (AP) - G reg G rant and Vince
Washington eac
each scored 19 points to leac
:ad Utah Stato to a
79-70 victory ovc
over San Jose Sia to in a P a clfic
d
Coast AUUeUc
Association g(ame
air Saturday night.
Leading 20-19
-19 midway UuxHigh the first
■st half. Utah Stote
scored 13 unansi
mswered points, seven by cer
«nterR onE nce,to
take ils la rg e s t 1lead of tbe period, 33-19. Utah
U
Stato had its
biggest le a d oIff the
ti game at
early in Uie
tt second half.
r-
■
,o.
—
r
UauciMiMiii rt. H»od« HUMn
ssa s? /
r.
S " S V '“ "
!55KSSl«4,'SfKS!S.e,
AxdMKMts.FineurV.or
s a ’iis '-.s s s 's '’
S i l i S r i ™ '"
E S f e w - ' "
91.Uwi«nc«MjrhK<M.OT
"
w vito<ni«f«cnioi.Cbncs.i)U
viijiAi*Wf»fr«a M. FMmoni si
...
D u rraant geti:s 25 inI BYU 1win 1
P r o v o , Utah (AP)I -— Devin Durrant scoredd 225 points
an d B rett Applegate addi
idded 12 to lead Brigham Yoi
Young to a
69-19 W estern Athletic; Conference
Oc
victory over Al
A irF o rc e,
S atu rd ay n i ^ t
BYU took control of tlN
tbe game with five minutes
;esgoneln
th e first half by scoring
lg 119 unanswered points. Air
Wr Force,
unable to get the ball
t fall, weot scorelesst for
U to
f< nine
m inutes.
Air F orce closed to witt
vlthin 10 at 49-39 with 7:50 lel
left in the
gam e and missed an op
opportunity to come withL
thin el0 it
when a field goal attemiptdld
pt i not succeed.
BYU turned back tbei th
threat by scoring ll straighi
ght points
and won going away.
.
'
iO
.. O
BOISE { A P )-G u a rddJJeff
. Altman scored 18 secoi
icond-tiair
points Saturday night to
o ic
lead Northern Arizona pas
«ist Boise
0 State71-66inaB IgSkyCConference
or
game,
9
A ltm an scored a gameme-high 24 points and direc
reeled an
In ^ ire d NAU attack to giv
:lr second
give the Lumberjacks tbelr
i
B ig Sky victory of the year
ear.
■
JllSJJJ iiu i*’^ ^ W
1.
InicLiiin*i«nII. Lm<.«U9*
S T s is s S s s .
s S iS k " .
T “
■
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v.
' :
O ld-T im ers box
lUnutU.KwiutSI.M
KSSw’MlSliaf'S’'
‘:
x x s s T S 'ffis r A r
J<m«t u*di»Of>R. Cvolifu»4
M*K»MU,TinnH
T e x a s - E IfFP a s o 6 0 . N e w M t
le x ic a 5 9
Kr
‘i f ,
le n g a ls
Montand State 6
\
^ iS s S a n s ss '
■
ft
f e S L 'i r s . "
RQUE, N.M. (AP) - Junic
AIBUQUERQ
nior guard Luster
SiSIS
led an 18-foot Jumper with six
sl: seconds left as
Goodwin d rilled
CniiiiunC
No. 8-ranked Tc
Texas-EI Paso rallied forr a 60-59 Western
sss’s.SiftrssiSsi.M
AtWellc Confere
erence victory over New Mexico
W
S a l u r d a y ___
n ig h t
U ta h 58r W y o m
S
_
_
-------------------The victory solidified
sol
tbe Miners’ hold 01
on the conference
^ 3 ^
SALT LAKE CITY (APJ
^P) — Kelvin Upshaw hit aa ]pair of lead a t 6-1. UTEI
r E P now Is 18-I overall. Nev
ew Mexico, which
fre e throw s with four' seconds
st
remaining to gl\
give lhe
led through mos)
ttfm P*gwCl
Cl
lost of tbe game, now is 4-2
2 in Uw WAC. and
WUllams put In. a follow shot to m ake
U niversity of Utah a 58-57
58
victory over Wyomi
> ^ g In
16-5 overall. ••
ission.- Forwardd Mike it a four-point g;
a
t interm
in
gam e ( 4 0 ^ ) wlUi 13
W estern AthlcUc Cooferea
•ence action Saturday night
lam s., IS U 's leading gun,
Willian
Wn. had m inutes left.
T be victory gave the UU
Utes a ^2 record In WAC pU
ble g e ttin g ’bis hands oni Uw
U» baU----- M ontana’s 6-K
7/ )
IhMible
-10, 235-pound center
evened tiieir season m ark
i 8-8. The (^wix>ys are a
N e v a d a - RR ie n o 8 3 , I d o h o 7C
rk at
nst
tiie
2-3
m
atdiup
zone
an
^
against
and
was
L
arry
M
cBride
iput an end to ISU’s
!
in conference but feU to 9-7
< tbe year.
W on
MOSCOW (AP)
(AJ — Guard Dannie Joi
rones poured In a h d d to
tofourfirst-halfpolnts. scoring strea k In
In dramaUc fastiion as
W yoming took tiw lead
i
Id 57-56
v*en Tony Martin
n sscored
game-high 30Ipo
points to iead the University
ty of Nevada-Reno
The
] engals were down 40-r
le B
0-27 just he dunked an alley-oop
a
pass frem
with 20 scconds remainln
ning. After a time-out, the
lhe Ules
to an 8 3 -7 0 B ig
S
g Sky (inference win over Idabo
I(
m inutes into ttw second half
Satunlay In fivemli
lalfwhen M are Glass,
brought tb e baU down tiie
tb Hoor, and Upshaw tr
tried a
the Kibble Dome
ime.
str
they m ade a ru n with nine straight
Jum per from tl«5 key butt was
w; fouled by Martin. Hec calmly
c
Jones, a 6-foot
'oot-3 senior, hil 11 of 18 shot
ts. G u a rd Buck Chavez
rz hit
I a
Idatio S tato cnit
ci
lots
from
Uie
fleld
points.
its defidt to sbc
dropped in i» lh attem pts.5.
and eight o f nine
Ine free throws to rack up tils
Is total.
,
16-foot
ot base lin e Jumper and
nd then points ttiroe more
ro ^ m e s ( the last time
The win w as
IS !Reno's first against Idah
aho a t Uie IGbble lobbed
id Inside to WUliams, who
&
o scored
a t 48-42) but coulc
Ildn’t get d o se r due to
'
6 9 , W e b e r S t a t ee i OO
Dome and g av/ee the
t Woi^ack a 2-4 Big Sky
fl
«y m ark and a 9-10 ISU'ss first
lay u p of tho gai.ie and
anc was the hot shooting
lg
of
Montona guard
BOZEMAN. M ont (AP)
U*) — Chris Brazier scon
!ored 23
overall r e ^ r dd.. Idaho
:
fell to 2-3 in th eJ league
1
d on
and 7-U fouled
c ttie play. WiUlams mad
nade Uie Doug S dvlg, wh
vho scored 10 of th&
■ potnt<l, tnflllrting thA urfnqlr
seconds-----overall.------------inlng-fn».throws-w1 th ai-6e<
tiiK Jvm 'piuiisutoTvntiiin’ii
rmlghr----- G riz2lics-i2-polr
' left, a s Montaiia State t>eat
jat Weber State 6 ^ in a BigSky
Bl|
Reno led 38-34
i
34 at halflime, but broke the
J w asn’t doiw y e t Mike Dei
le gam e open wlUi
ISUv
Denkers m inute s tretc h nmidway UuTOigh the
Conference gam e Saturday.
ay.
12 unansw eredi points
po
five minutes into ttie
1
e second
half.
hit a turn-around Jumper
er and second iialf.
ming 57
:
Con oiCiu'Wtionn.S.CualintSi.gi
SEKn
|»1C51 /•. 0<ocii{KyT9i 73
<>igin.Nao«'a«
SSrS
i^&!jss;f9ry*s.
:
wero struggling. They combined for a
to td of 19 ^ i t s In tbe four matgh»>.
) I I Lz S | | H
I
induding
Uu«e by Berardi in Uw
i
finde.
' - *.
first prize.
On his w ay to tiw UUe game,
T he top-se
seeded Miller, a left-- Berardi,
I
Brooklyn, N.Y.. defeated
)
went
ttirough
tils
sixth
1
hander, also '
I locd favorite D d Ballard, Rlchstraig h t TV game*-vttl)out'-«n~(ipen
(
- •!
I --ardson;
‘rBxaB; aQ»-l77,-BOd stopped'
fram e.
I
Mark
RoUi, Wall 'Township, N J .,
T he four right-handers,
r
bowever.. 204-190.
2
8 * V A T"
B * ^ A IiJ
>
■
m
Montana woriced Uw ball toto
fon
forward
L a n y Krystowiak down t{^
stre
sU^tch.
I b e B ig Sky'sisecond leadlfg
scoi
B c o re rh lta fld d s o d fin d a lld x 'o ft^
i,ce
free Uuows in ttw fio d five minutes <0
|(gci Uw Grizzlies in command.'
keep
*
w
Montana m ad e ttw last sbc points
aod Uw final 24-poInt margin was Its
lani
largest
of the n l ^ t
J
"Wo cam e out hard In Uw secobd
half
h d f and ihade a run a t them,” s ^ d
B
di
B dlord, whose Bengals dn^qwd 4o
'
.
i
:
' I
^^3
out. Sometimes ttiat happens w h ^
Jtlu
you use up Uiat m uch energy trylngXo
com
rome back."
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Times-News.Twin Falla, I d a h o C ^
L eg a ls^^
002-007
CHAMPAIGN. mL,(.(A P) - Efrem Winters SCO
JCOred
........
w as Houston's 31st
i
consecuUve trlump
m ph
in
23 points aod
d aan explosion of free throw
yws in
I
Southwest Conferei
renceplay.
tb e fourth overtime3 period
p(
Saturday to c a n y Ni
No. 9
T o p 2 0 CO
rollege b a s k e tb a ll1
Olajuwon. a se
L agos,
l e g a l N O T
seven-foot Junkir from L
• QUdoIs to a uardthoD
OQ*7M 6 victory over Mldiigai
gan in
.
Kl
006-P«r»on«l8
______ N igeria blocked fl
flve sbdts u )d was called
- a Big Ten game.
Bd U u e e
N O TIC E
OF
F
tim es for goal lend
nding. T te C outir? hit 23I ooff U ie jr SA L E
I t e quadrrvleovert
.,IV
Kida com* in ail dlfforant
’ertlm e dedston, two sbort of
^
I
r
L
ffhapo*
and alzos-F am llloa •
firs
t
29
sbotsofUwf
N
O
TIC
E
IS
Hi
w
game
and
never
trailed.
- ( BlgTen'sslx-overtlm
e record set by Minnesota
iSaSd
^ ^ n t u c k p 654,
4
ime
i
IENT
do tool Ono o l Idaho's wallGIVEN th a t o n Fc
V P urdue In 1955, lined
I
fence
LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Melvin Turpin rc
d Illinois
to 6-1 In the cooferei
l l l i U n ■ tng chllflfon n o o d s you 10“
reded
3, 1984 a l 11:00
oo° a
™ E
h o u n d p o u i
I an d preserved a first-p
JU N U
Olfor a hom o.4 loving guldA-place tie with Purdue.
off 10 points InI a
the second half Saturda>
a 6 5
S A F E C O C re d itIt C onv .
K IC W Q5 ''
ay as
5t. 69,
anco. Bocomo a fostor o r
___ Michigan overcame m e..a. 12i»tot lead buUt up
up, by__ .thinl-ranked. tfwihv“
p a n y ,.ln c ..w lll c o r
itucky.breeied by GeorgJfl (
B U V i S □
f pe p fiiJ p ' ■“ ttdoptlvo-poroni.' For m oro~
MEMPHIS, Tcon
m . (A P I - “KeiUi t w b i Ice
^ Iocu t o f ' p u b lic s a lo o l:
nilbois eariy In theI se
s e a a jd balf wben E ric Tun
JhfcTiME
Information
conlact Pal
Urner
o ad regabied a shar
hare of Uw SouUieastem Cot
^nier- ^ scoring alumpI It
lo score 22 points and gn
g r a b 18
O n e U s e d Fla:
Curtla, Dept, ot Hoallh &
‘s a n k an 18-foot Jumper
eo c e basketbaU lead.
per to deadlock tbe contest146-46
46
«
F O U N c flW S
retwunds In leading
TNFAUS
WollaLO. 734.4000.
____
Ing No. 13 Memphis State to
oaOEKSS
a
M o d e l 181 15
IS yard
NOWATTMETWINF,
-w ith 4:09 togo In sgulatJon time. Tbe teamsJW
5 P e n t.._ The-WUdcats,. 6-2
6-2 in.the SEC. and 15^ ovei
WT8 : Divorce. Bankruplcy, S
a n i m a l s h e lLTER
te i
DonK»nfereoce victory
vie
over
No.
11
Oklal
dabom a
' E le v a tln n
Stcrapor,
------ therest~ofTegnlatloo
n jplaying cautiously for a1final
fli
scored 1 6 straight pel
points ili the second half, hol(
T r a c to r, s / n 13S
I3S0OIO4, L0CATED:1386THAV
HAVE.W.
Soturday.
.abot, with tbe m ini mlsi
e.
G eorgia off tbe board
ordora 734-0387.___________
nlsslng a free-throw chance.
ards for 10\i minutes with a to
. .
S c r a p e r s / n 18A!
1A(»00104.
Lee,
fl
6-10
juntor
or
wbo
bad
scored
only
four
p
u - p o in ts
e q u ip p e d
; - Dllnols flnaUy broke
fiinw
2-3 zone defense.
Jce loose In the fourth overtln
with
LA W S H O P
.
■, Ip .ftn r i i
h(B
tl o gantes, scored-14 points
ttw
.T b e mini scored tbe5 first
fb four points and Mlchig
in ts a n d ------- e n c l o s e d c a b r2 3
malorfed.------UncorHosIetTdlforcosT^^S:----- ^
grabbed 12 rebound!
Bankruplcy and corporoiw n.
nds In Uw first half when Men
le m p h is
ti r e s
and
Cut
^ nqdJedw lthaR oyT'arpley
an
bask e t But lUloolsflte
tb n
N o t r e D a m ee 5i 2 , M a r i ^ I a n d 4 77
flO'2;,
*80. WINS, MO, olc. Mail
M odel
V
903
(•35lead.
'
S ta te d u n g to a 36-32
•plucked In seven .of.
>f l12 tree throws — three
:
4
:s
h
8
e
p
d
ib
m
a
V
« by
SOUTH BEND,
C o ll-336.
). Ind. (AP) — T om .Slu
e n g ln o , s / n 10655
159680.
5. Spanlol. m alo, bro
luby’s
Wayman Tisdale,
de, Oklahoma’s 6-9 AU-Amei
.W inters - without a Wolverine,
\
&
0732, Boise.______________
reply, sealingg tbe
t
three-point play wltl
a t W w . A milly
it R d.,
whlto.
wlUi 18 seconds left bdped b
wbo entered Uie game
ga
wiUi a 30.1 point aver
.victory.
____________ MEET. CHRISTIAN-SINGLES--------iv e ra g e ,
B o i s e , W ah o . Th(
h o pro--------------------N otre D am e to a 52-47
s:
upset victory over ,luU>
t
7, ■w a s.lim lte d .ta-l2
p
loonnlvl
^y phone c r mall. Lovo.
l.polnts
by the-Tigers’ coUap
'o r salo
H o u ra S to 7 p m
U a p sln g
p e r ly o lf e r o d for
ra n k ed MarylandJ S
Saturday In a n o n ^ h fe n
zone defense.
M onday ihru FrWa
m a y b e In s p o c tood
d prior
J W o r th C k ir o lim
52
‘ gam e.
to th o d a t e o f t h o s
* CHAPEL HILL, N.c.
n on
team s swappi
.C. (A P) - Michael Jordan,«
i | ^ Uie lead seven t l m ^ In
fi
m a k in g
a rr a n gZ
ei V ,
........... ” » » ■» >• « »
to me
la S c A irr :!!!"
T epeatedti^pstotbefoi
foul line, led top-ranked Nor
tte score see-sawlng t>y ajpoln
lorth
second half, with tbe
^
w ilh R ick B a r n e9S
s (208) Bocauso O ogs a ro} bn
brouahl
PREGNANCY HOTUNE
GREENSBORO,
I
), N.C.
(AP) — Freshmann M
^ a r k 344-7914.
■Carolina to a 75^1 vld
tw o until Sluby putt th(
irjctojy over a determinedIbbu t
Uie Irish abead 45-44 a t 1:{48.
In ovory tiour, a n d SOLD
801 or Pfoanani? Nood holp? Call
Cline scored 20 poi
points and senior Ddaneyy R
F u d d O ld s m a y b e w ritl
^74_72,_________________
illon o r D E S l^ Y E O a tte f 48
4S hours,
h
outm anned Georgia Tech
T
M aryland’s Len) B
team Saturday InJ an
f
Bias tied the gam e on a I
Is
m
usl
ploaso
call
o
r
vlsil
trto
p
;ho pound
SINGLE PARENTS. PWP
added 18 as No. 17
V
W ritte n b id s
7 Wake
Forest broke open aa dc o s e
^Atlantic Coast Conferva
throw a t 1:14. Tbe: Irl
rencegam e.
Irish went Into a delaying gai
ither
your
Family
and Adult Actlvttlos.
n
d
s
o
l
'0
c
h
o
ck
w
hothor
f f to
g f g j gam e In Uie secon
and half and knocked off
I t h . SA F EIriC O th oC ro dh ila d
: iN ortb Carolina led
passing th e baU back
pot has b o o n pickodOup,
up, This
sd 46-43 with 8:38 left wbc
ack and forth' until Sluby spol
D iscussions. Friendship &
ranked Virginia 84-7
14-76 In an AtlanUc CiJast Ckw
Jolo MSI.
Support. Call 32«7S 3. 352J o rd a n began his freeC o n f e rp a n y . m e . p r io r lo
t( T o r* ” 0' «''' up-lo-doto
w -th ro w spree. He hit eig!
ii^ t
on opening and drove
ove In for a Iayiq> with 19 seco
J ® J"® MIxod d o g s a ro hard
l<
ifd
lo
de4666.326-4720.
733.3214.
ence
gam
e
Saturday.
ay.
a tte m p ts in three mlnuti
f
s a l e d a l e o r d e liv er
[eels
to go to p u t the Irish
el
lutes to help the l&O T ar Heei
behead
for good, 47-45.
5 .1
scribe, co m o 10 Iho ppou
o u n d io '2F0R 1
Cline hit a free Uirow
th
wiUi 16:08 left to^)rei
re a k a
th e p e r s o n c o n dd ueling
t
anjc ..
Sluby w as fouledd a(m Uie play by Bias and nu
W ild a seveo^wlnt lead
boo ii your p o i Is
is thoro.
tl
a d — their largesti of tbe gam
Buy 1 pair ol oxiended woar
45-15 Ue. He was sho
Y oung.
*be s a l e p r io r 10
lo Iho Como a n d pick o u tt aa puppy
shooUng for guard Danny Yoi
p
tbe fre e throw a s Uie
tht sold out Irish AUileUc i
;55 left.
U) tb atp o lo t—wlth5:55:
contact lonaos-Goi socond
of or full g row n dog* tb iy
id fi
fro m
c o m m m o n c o m e n iI
who was fouled by’ OUieU
01
pair froo,
Wilson and removed
Convocation C ^ le T
r eiqiloded
es
ia a deafening roar.
lie sj/o. w o u k lto v to h a v e aLhgom
o r e^
Bluff Lflkoj Conlact Lona
“•
th e game: Kenay Gn
Green, wbo added 16 points, 6
1 ? e P a u l8 4 , U C
C .L A 6 8
Com - FOUND In Ihe Robert
S
> rtSluan
Cllnlc,BluoLakosM all,
ju m p er and AnUx^
lony Teachey
in at sl
sn o rt
p a n y . I n c . ro so rv'OS
o j Iho area-roddlah brownI & whllo
v
7344W
' iX )S ANGELES (AP)
P) — Tyrone Corbin scored
I
J um per to give Wake
lke Forest a 50-45 edge wlUi
<
dw
U N L V 8 2 , F 'u
u lU e r to n 7 5
lalo. Call
h 1
14:20
r ig h t l o r o f u s e a n y -bid.
bi
- points and Kevin Holme
aw s added 17 as No. 2 ranke«
F o r m o r e Inform s
^
FULLERTON, Call
:allf. (AP) - F orw ard Fra . rem aining.
I
D ePaul blasted UCLA
.A 84-68 In a nonconfereno
7lO S°at STRAYED from' E aastl T Falls'
^
R
ick
Carilale’s
Juii
lie
k
e
v
c
o
n
t
a
c
t
R
ick
B
arnc
lumper
from
Uie
top
of
Uie
I
“Spoon” Jam es hitI two
tw free throws in overtime
'« m alo
Bril
basketball game Saturda
rday a t Pauley Pavilion.
SA F E C O C r e d ll , <
pulled Uie Cavaliers
t n to wlUiin 5(M7 at Uie U
. i m 'B
^
S o le c lo d o ffe rs
Spanlol d o g a . 1 wim
put sixth-ranked Neva
evada-Las Vegas ahead lo st
Corbin and HolmesI le
led a second4ia]f onslaugh
iI rg
J ;ln
; ?la: pany*
w. ; J
collar & 1 w ith black
c<
m ark , but tt e Derooi
:k collar.
non Deacons outscored VirgJ
|,r o o ,,
B o ise .
Ii
lels downed Cal Stale FuUert
- , tb atsaw .a tlghtS6-48 gam
Idaho
Roward. 423-4323 a lln r fit
;ame tu rn Into a blowout.----- __ a s th e Runnin’ Rebels
/■
^
11-2 in U»e next flve ml
mlnutesto
wrap
up
Uio
victor;
;
■
82^75
iii
a
P
adfic
Coaf
l
o
i
y
.
63702.
P
h
o
n
o
(208)
8)
344^oast
AUJelic
AssoclaUon
gar
ame
•‘■^ltb'tbescore61-S2,Dc
DePaul went on a 15-4 blitz U
S
aturday.
0 0 4 - S p e d a l N otices
M _____
0 0 7 - J o ta Of Interest
^ a 2 ( H } o i n t lead,its}biggest.
blj
7 4 ( 0OT)
'i
P u k lS H :
S im
u r d a y , ----------- HYPNOSIS—
F ullerton, which" scored
se
Uw last six pointss i „ S y r a c u s e 7 8I,
'
^n u ary
20
lhr(
tobacco
Exporioncod
parl.|lmo
hrough Can holp you. Toba
M game into overtime, led twii
regulaU on to send thee
Mce
SYRACUSE. N.Y.
Y. (AP) - Andre Hpwkj
bookeoper w anted lor con*.
. Q e o r g e t o w n 6>5,
3 Pittsburgh 52,:
iry 2, wolghl. Im poloncy., atfoss.
atr
In ov ertim e on baskel
skels by Tony Neal and Gai
Sary assisted on one basket
kel and scored two hbnsdf in I
Bl
alructlon/dovolopfflont lirm,
Call anytlm o- 324-^Bl.
I
.■ .PITTSBURGH (AP)
>) — All-Amerfcan Palricl
•Idc D avis before Jam es’
733-2282
es’ free Uuows. The Runnl
inln’ first 1:06 of overtlm
Ime and 20th-ranked Syraci
acuse
Tho.A m erican Loglon I
.Etwlng scored 20 points
3ts and was an lntlmidatln{
ing R ebels h it i s of 21 free
ary wish
Exporlencod legal socrotary
ree Uuow attem pts In Uie exti
and U d io a Auxiliary«
ictra survived seven cons©
isecuUve m isses on one-andi3
td i) n e
— rnmmm
911 t:busllor busy growing law lirm.
Zorce a t both ends ofr tb
tl e court as fourth-rankec
10 Ihank a ll Wondoll
iced period.
free throws late in Uie
Uie game Saturday to defeat:
Fast accurate typing, and
o ssoa. Loglon m emntw
lw rrs &
Georgetown eased by iPiti
d i^
0 A n n o u n c e n nne n t s "Auxiliary
P ittsburgh 63-52 In a Big Easl
Jo h n ’s 78-74 in a Big
B East coUege baskelb
ons and
oxporlonco In logal prolo r donations
Confereoce game Saturdf
irday.
Martor
coduroa required. Word
' wofK dono for ihoI Mi
UulUer.
H o u s t o n 8 4 , B a y lo r 5 8
sa skels
procoaslng
experionce
.■* E w ing added nine rei
_____
Chrlalmaa & family bask
rebounds and five blocked
R a fa d Addison miss
lissed his first four ahota, but
u t l1e d
on Auxpreforrod out. will train Ihe
The Amorlcan Loglon
/
shots and scored all but
Kit seven of his points In the
the
WACO. Texas (AP)
IP) - Akeera "T he Dream
m ” aU scorers wlUi 24 poln
olnts. He scored 14 of Uiem aaft
right applicant. Salary def t e r ' 0Q 2-L ost& Found
llla fv .P o st4 i
second half as the Hoya
>yas,
In the league, built
lilt
Olajuwon had five dunk
ponds on oxporlenco and
unks, 22 poli4b and 12 rebound
nds interm ission, indudls
ding two free Uutiws wiUi
l h 24
FOUND: Malo Ausli
o n e v ? ' ability. Excolleni bonollls.
tb e lr record to 17-2. Ewln
to
oavo m
mor
ivlng was eight of 11 from the
Lhe S atu rd ay night lo pao
jace Uie No.7-ranked Housto
Iton' seconds left In overtln
time to break tho Syracuse5 ccco ld
S tiopofd
C ross.
I
i ^ t lor
Roply lo: Box T-65. c /o
Shop Classillod first
tf^ d .
' C ougars to an 84-58 vide
w /brow n fool, adultt.
Ictory over Uie Baylor Bears.i .u
1 spell and ice thc game.
ne.
Tim es Nows. Box 54fi. Twin
1! III noi
you n o e d ..
v oiy Irlandly & sm art.
Falla. Idaho 83301._________
clalm od will alv o . '*way.
t
■■■....... ....................................
Georgia-40
Memphis S t
na 73, Ga. Tech 6
Oklahoma t
W ake Forest
st84 , Virginia 76
threw
(OT)
StJohn*s
;m m
i
“
B u r le y m
nr a t m e ^ w i nn t o u r n e y
—
• TTie B u r f ^ Bobcats
Its had four mannauai
champions Saturda
rday a s they won the Twin F
Pialls Kiwanis frosh-soph
iment.
wrestling toumame
BurJey nipped F lile r by three points for the
th< leam UUe, the young
Wildcats having; tthree champions and three
thi
olher consolatton
winners. Kimberly
rly look third place wllh one
ine champion whUe Twin
F alls had three UUli
lUlsts but had to sctUe for foui
ourth.
t w in
I
I
' :
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ol the NBA’s All-Star wee
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S ports Arena, saw Nai
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foi tbe Suns, outpoint
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th e finals with one dun;
lunk th at started a fuU'court
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began a t balf-court,, and
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to lo p h o n o n u m b o r (208)
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first-place medals for Jeror
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B rett Rue (141) aodS
id Spencer Tolman (188) galm
lined consolaUon UUes.
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Mountain Hom
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G arza’s bard-fou^t
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ivln Chapman and Buhl
168-pounder Bari Ffaa m
r e s' strugglepastGlennsI
IS F erry’s Kelly Riggs.
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12 Sporting goods
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D oshlor & Holley f
734-2922 or ovofl 733-
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contracts,
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& Z l l n l s h o d b am ni, brIciS cosls. Ncf BROKEI
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N EIoacllon.
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FREEestlmato,
orlgago & 142,600. 2200 s q 11. 2 bdrm i
Metropolitan M
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Socuritios Co.,
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Blue Lakes Blvd.
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026—Music L essor
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734«60
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paymont.
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duplex o r Irf-plox. *79,900.
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whito brick
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d o c s n o l w is h to m a k e . If
Christine. fl7»-2277.
Slalo or offered byy c
734-0400
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0 porson
Watren Briooa. 73M8Q4.
73M
fam ous C ulbertson- he vit
v io l a t e s a s y s te m a g re e,doing buslnosa ou ljoc l o
. BY OWNER: 2-Bdrm.>
L c n z m a tc hh of th e c a rly '30s m cnl.
rm. All now
LOVELY OLDER HOME built
nl. h c m a y h a v e a p ro b le mn
Salary: SO E Salary Schedul
local motel or hotel,
500. T erm s
to lasl, C om ploleiy winthrouohout, (36.500.
p r o v e a n yy’thing?
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W as onc withh hh i s p a r t n e r , b u t h c h a s a
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R E S P O N S IB IL IT IE S
IU consult ovallft3^7iM ail5.I;____________ ierized acco rding lo Idaho
ntivo.
te a m b e lte r than th e o th e r or right11tt o b id w h a t e v e r h e w ish-,
y o u ro w n a llo m ey ,
Pertorm a
consullatlvi
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BY OWNER: Huge
Iho B olter B usin ess
su p erv iso ry and in-sorvic
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d id th e y mnerely
e
hold b e tte r cs.
H a c re s
o n o W efficient
0" le n c o tf IlH
Idaho C onsum er A
Aff l n lT n ;'
d u tie s relating lo federal an
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sta le
S p ecial Educatio
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T ^m a.733-80feeves
bridge quejtloni lo The Acti.
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Box I238S, Oallai, Tcxai 7&22S,
5,
Altornoy G eneral's
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S iro T '"dllM'IfwEREAl.TY
modelod, Nico “ lo.
su m e r
monllora district Specli
lell-addrcsscd. lU m pnl envelope.
locioi
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Protection Division,
fpty,
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p r o v e d seve;
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LOVELY 6 BEDROOM home
ho u so , Boiso. idahc
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p rovides
lo c h n la
Id s
c o v c rage
a j w as v e ry high,
ioan. *46.900,733-7822
7822
Including
a auna,
family
i
P h o n o 334-2400,
a a sis ta n c e to local dislrlcls.
Conmtbi JMt
JX)W8 2
foom, sT ja lh s, nic e kitchen
. I'nilKl Ktilurr Syndiraic
0UAUF1CAT10NS: M aster'
Iter's
a f ir m in d cation
lc a
of th e popuCOLLEQE MEADOV
lo.
Now
s.nd enough a c re a g e to raise
d e g ro e o r equivalent; omom
INVEST IN YOUR FU
FUTURE
Bedroom
condo,
I
l a r i ty o f fie
[he gam e, Culberlassum able
and anim ala, h a a just
Sm oil anim als, looi
p h a sis In Special Educalloi
aed, and
carpollng. good assu
allon
loan. Cali
b een REDUCED to th e reao r re la te d a reas. Consid
_______ I
su p p lies. Buy th o Inv
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nventory,
Idaho Housing loan
--------ow nor financing. Id.
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“O h a ^
p rice of Only
Ideal fw
734-4411,____________
oration for advanced dodo
----------------------------------am bitious family. Ci
*148,000. Thla a c re a g e inCONDO LIVINQ AT
Al m
0 0 7 -^ Jo b so l Interest
.
Ot^Babyslttors ______
008-Sales People “
au\ei
^ludos 2 box Stall b s m and
jisiU T lE S: Communication
PoulSon734-07Sl o r_Rl
ROBERT
BEST! You'll Ilnd quie
hum an rotations, flnancla
I-CARE
JO
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REALTY
733-0
ABCCHRtSTIAN
DAYC/
M1404.
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living
in
this
su:
'’='“1 LIVE-IN POSiTiWrnee"d(
m a n ag e m en l and ioadershic
ilU
A gos
2-6.
walk
ins
MAKE * 1 0 0 + A OAY
Y Iin your
maintained 2 bdrm. ;
T 'P
Idr^Cfilidcaro & housokeo
’. 0"
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sprinkler. D on't m is s Ihli
slillls; lamillarltywllh rolatoc
w olcom o41 hour. 734-32:
1-3238,
s p a re llmo. Chim ney
>y Swoop
unit situated on1 C
Ing in Sun Valley Rof<
! '“t W » + 30%
so rv ico s/aao n clo s.
---------B u sin ess lor s a le>.. *1500.
Edge, it provldos a bo.
, ,
o n c e s prolerrod. For mo
EXPERIENCE: 3 y ears' In.
P ie -S ttu a tio n s Wanted
; £ S
" S ^ R E A tT Y ^
quipment
view ol the golf course
M ondoy ihrough Fridoy
nted
P rice includes ait e qu
inform alion call 7 2 8P^
COMMISSION:
ty 8 o .m , lo 5 ;30 p .m , Salur.
Special Education or rolatod
- 7—
a nd c ontac ts. Only's a
ito d
d a v s o r 734-8588 allor Som
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a re a s , wllh adminlstratlvo
irhom
in q u lrio so lea se. 7* M
4-1886,
loaturos a lormai
1
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average
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k ^ K E T IN Q ASSOCUTE8
NEED
EXPERIENCE
D ependoblo. hard wort
oxporlen co doslrabio.
farm
p o ssib le . Company wiil vo,
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oam
kitchREALTORS
Is moving Irom
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dream
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year
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829-5372
D eadline for Appllcaions;'
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you OS Dlsl, Mgr. ol yc
In Jfr^
on. with Inlormal
1
al eating
its ollicos in th e 1 st Inp osition.
Good
wago
:rr-:zr.
REALTORS
Is
movlni
March 1,1984.
^
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dairy
Kanx t lln
Rnt>»»»ni-(n j ot L .orpa. A lterJO days SOS
W i n . .... a/oa..yaulleicelling.in
ig.in.ltvlnp — lo ra u te Bank-Building lo our
no t ^ u ^ — ro o n rw ltrfltM laclO
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BOx ~
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^ r e d . Sond'fOSumiTTffW
■5 p.m . M ondoy.Fr)doyf for
f< p u b llc o lio n lollowing
tor
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Box
will b e Ilown al Co, oxpon
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doy 12 Noon S atu rdlay
ay lo r p u b llc o lio n Sundoy
A sso ciate Stato Superin­
to a ro a office lor trainir
Inlng,
FARMERS, TAKE A VACAVA
'0 view call Gudru
S tre e t East. N o n h I <of tho
546. Twin Falls. ID 83303
udrun oi Bon. No c h a n g e In P hont
o n e Mondoy.
te n d en t
lh sse-’
TION NOWI Will do chores
chi
M ust havo *3250.00 cash
Bon. No c h ango in 1
33-2385 or num b o rso rP .O .B o x .
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MACHINE -=P
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S late D opartmont ol EducaT T S T T T in rin n rB T n n n n P
al ina n d /o r farm & houseislttlng.
slti
n u m b o rso rP .O .B o x .
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&
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January ' DESPERATEI Musi
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s lra ie
compotenco
L e n a . J o rd a n Building
«
30th. 1964.
bdrm on Fillmoro.
se rv ic o . malntonanco,' and
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loan.
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HE FIRST OAY O F PU B llCA .ot
rise Blvd. N. A /C , familfl
CCHECK YOUR AD O N THE
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rty____
EXTRA NCE 22 = 1 ^
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a.
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o n e r r o r p l»a>e coll T h e ?B
O o s in g dato for applieallor
ions
.-----Oooortunity Employor
U13 000
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C T im «(-N ow i Im m edlolety
M 8’orago. Beautiful ya rd «
oly . Tho T lm ei-N ew * w lllo■
MOTEL 25 Unfta, U13
M2,500°“*A8k “ or^SyN
_
lsF o b ru a ry 1 0 ,1 W .
pallo area. *4300 down J
'o a n + 1
incom e. Room-'io e9xpand
xu
Mr>ol b« r*()>on«ibie forr rr
m o re ih o n o n e Incorrect a
9
C
o
n
tac
t
personnel
ollic
nice
OtS-Babyaltters
W 919
^^ 2 2:
G roal fnvestm eni. 734-1
273^
assu m e loan. Call 7 3 « « o J
T e r m s . A c « f t > t t y3!7 ^ ^ .
;
R E t/^S tO fiE M G R■U
C I '’*«rllort.
Idaho
Stato
Unlversli'
sljy.
'
OME
*^^733-9043evenlnos
[{
B Q P g O B O B f lg B B P B 0 ^:
nk : e t r h ^ v e l h o
m £ with
PJUUUULRJLSUUJLSJLKJ
REPOSSESSION: 5 bdrm.
bC
KETCHUM ORY GOODS
A
A
A “ — ^
JO
238-2517 for Informalion. IS'
’'Mothor-ifl-law” apart
Any a g o , Anylimo. butI Fri.
Fi
Now a cc ep tin g resu m es for
family rm , spo tless co
condlS
S
Am
EEO em olover,
' locatod a cross tho bn
Sat.
lion. ’^*48,6oO-'$2500 do
n ig n ts & during day Sa
down.
^
^
”W
sto re m a n ag er. Sond com ­
way. Homo feature
D rop-ins wolcomo. 733-4314
311
A ooR a etty 7 3 W 1 7 .
plolo re su m e to Box 239,
m.
WANTED
bdrms,
2
bam,
lamily
r
k olchum . Id. B3M0________
Privol* Porly A dl
_
50
PEOPLE TO LOSE
)SE
BABY SITTING In my homi
?mo.
RESTAURANT: Seals>60
60 and
n «««/<
" ''o foncod yard. Apart
t e
:
7 d a y s a woek. day or nigh
ny
WEIGHT&EARNMONEY
Sp«ck>us duplex In
light.
ha s living sp a ce InI Oach,tu
SALES: 7S yr. old Company,
I’ '
»«» « i
condlllon, 2 largo lMdr«
_
* 8 p o rd ay .7 3 W 4 6 i
*48,000 w /asaum ablo0 SBA
S
01 1
<33-5632
1
' n o o d s M alure-reilable peor.
room-kilchen comblnt
I N o, o lO o y i )
V I 2 -3
im 543In e a c h unll ond 2 gar
^
7% financing. Call Jim
!
p ie to earn u p lo S8 to
pper
e r WANTED: Logat Socrotarj
4 . 7 I 8-10 I
ary
B abyalttlng in my homt
leaitors
Torrlllc valuo
for
h our C ar N ecessary . <„aJI
^i
lo e s
5004 o r Barker Roalt
with w ord procosslng o popo- 8am-6pm, Mon.-Frl., all age
3U n o
— —*52.900.
Sollor
will
fi
' 3
“ b fM & E A L l
ovonlnos 734-7851.
' rionce. Extensive typing.
•ices
S43U3 2 _______________
ng,
& d ro p-lns wolcomo, Prlco
tO .5 0 1 4.50
AAinlmum 5 . 5 0
7 7 .0 0
;lng to
73«400
t;;— n
low in loresi llnancln
Sond rosum o lo Tom Walkoi
RESTAURANT, lounge.
kor n ogotiabio. Hol lunches and
an
qualified buyor. T hisI al
I
Tho Twin Falis School D•isi^
is^ J r „ PO Box 1892, Twin Falls,
ahould
ils,
sn o c k s. E scorted to & fror
Irom
q u o r by th e drink,'O ®
p ;']:
I N o .o lD o irt 1 1 .1 5
1 6-20
2 1 -2 5 ^ 3 0 1
trict <411 will bo occeptlng
a o " 'M l »o. call right
Ing ; 63303.
ly &
u b ie s . card room, oam
sc h o o l. S i^orvlsod play
1
»or
—
- ------1,
applications lor Suporvisor
Mck
plus e apartm ents, 2 cc
loam lng. Fenced in bac
IZS:___ '
030-H om esF orS ale*
031 l-H oinM F ofS ll«
|
'
ol M alnlonaco.
yard. 32(M203____________
m erclal
rentals,
11.940
11,
2 DUPLEXES, Total.1 prlco
2 2 .2 5
2 5 .7 5 2 8 .0 0
m ilZ m
2 0 -M
2:
S u cco sslu l applicants m ust
JSI
O O e-Salea People
,000,00,
*37,500. Potential lm
lora
s q u a re leel. *175.000.
Income
_
BIW3HT HORIZONS ollor;
havo:
illablol
*5SO-S600 per m onth,1. Reo0(1
Excetionl lerm s avaitat
CA p ro -school.
pro
Tho obovo roloi o pply onl]
0ARTERBANKOF AMERICA
o nly to c o n sec u tiv e Injorn . ) 6 e a High School graduIrado,
so
n
a
bio
jorm
s.
Call
Ilsh
Ow
nor
wlii
consider
Irai
jri. kindorgarion.
Spanish
I
*“
(im) is now seeking oxpori.
lio rti without copy c h a n g e ,. P re p o y m e n l requ ired
alo.
'om '
Cali J o y c e al MUNR
:all a lp h ab e t & f s . 6:45arT>-7pm
A——
e n co d sa lo s porsonnol. Call
on oil “moving to lo " od* ia n d "p o titio n w o n ted "
(2.) P o s s e s s domonatratod
It a Pe^
ROBIRTS REAL ESTA'
734-8040 or 733-B353,
o d t. O lh e r role* ovoMoble u
Knowlodoe o l conslrucllon
—
543-8808 o r 543-5335. _____
3 U N rr Twtn Falla,
~
CHILDREN'S VILUGE da]
a' Irados & m a ln ten an co ' 01
ol
' " ^ ' r e e r s a l e s "■
loininoA
ustin.
A
ssum
o
F.H.A.
M
f
SMALL
CAFE
&
ad(oinl
loan;
I
l4
c a re & pro-school. S5.50 pe.
largo bulldlng^s.
ncome
Sell for closing c o s l &
in s .
b u s in e s s
renlal Incoi
day.
A gos 3-8. Trans
(3 .r At loast 3 yoars exporiJl
lljfc A
i! f I B
incing
ooullv. Call 608^36-3049
The L ew o r Agoncy. inc.. aa
n en
property. Ownor linincit
p o rtation lor kindorgarier
o n ce In Iho Supervision ol
M arkotof of quality gioup
Four S e a so n s Rw ltv,, Rl 5.
4-PLEX, Twin Falls. *81
KP Ihrough 3rd grade, 48i
Wt,500,
________
isrg e plant facilities, preB enollt Plans lo successlul.
Jo ro m e . ID. a i m
D
Dick
A ssu m o 1H4% FHA,
jl,
L o cu si Sl. N.733«110
lerably In a Scttool Olsiricl.
G reoorv 324-6986 anytime.
'
indop o n d o n t business poome.
m o. incom e. 328-5373 OVI
Tho
su
c
ce
ssfu
l
applicant
^
CLEAN
reliable
housewife
" Is o ld
/
pie. o n a diroct sponsored2- lookm g to babysit up loo f:
-- --------------------- -------- s
SMALL
RESALE Family
Fam
will b e rosponslblo lor
“
b asis is looking lor thoso
' m slnUinlng iho ,4>hysicai
mo
Ciom ing
Business
th o
In
O Z D -M ooeyT oLoan '
c h ild ren.
my
homo,
^
raro pro fessio n al who take
Jo ro m o . G roal opportun
school lacilitlos In a condi­
^0 M on.-Ffi. 734-4471.________
"■ ■
• pride In thoir salos ontf ornclno'
h o m e EQUmf LOANS.
re frig e ra to r
ts. G el
1 4 1TOW
0 N HOUSES
—
10 e x p an d , ownor financir
tion of o p e ra tin g oxcollonco,
Oay
c
a
r
e
openings
In
my
^
ganizational talents, but iiio
caa h for any p u rp o se. O
"JX
flood term *. *8000. C
cioaniinoss a n d safely. In2 A ND
th e f ir s t
'JD 3 BEDROOMS
3,
Pro!
Is n o t Im portant Shoi
^
of c o n sta n t propspocilno,
’ oO''
S u z a n n e a t Northwosi,1 Pi
eluding sch o o l grounds and
in
long te rm loans, we
.0 TO
1 ANI
—
fe sslo nal Really 324-7518.
■ buildings. This position ro^ -. tdooily, w o sook licensed
VND
IV , BATHS
Life
a
n
d
Healih
Agents
wllh
d
irec
l
le
nders.
Caii
a
n
y
^
EXPERIENCEO
SHiher
q uiros th e Supervising, trall"
FOR SALE OR INVES
1 to 2 y o a rs successful inv e s tfor p h o n o approval,, "fiS;
0
V w ould like to babysit in her
EASY I
Ing an d ovalualion of Job
rtV
MENT: M idas Mulllor shop,
she
M onday - Friday. ancJ S
&a tu r-'
hom o. G ood with kids,
o w n ari will to
n
porform anco of approxl-P su ran c o oxporlonco.
<on»ld#f
recreation v « h k :le i
055 Bluo Lakes Blvd, I
^
R
eq
u
ires
ovomlghl
travel
In
n
w
olcom
o
anytlmo.
hot
iunond mobli* hom
im ei
e t a*
maloly forty-five custodians
C M h now problem s ’k
ha.i
*3000
monthlyy c h o s. 734-8335,___________
I
an d
m alntonanco
alall.'» Idaho,
—
fo rc ed th e saio. Call imm.
M OfnOAQE
CO ..
1me!
DOWI
>WN PAYMENT
■ Appllcallons will be rocolvod■: advance '+ bonus. Exc op->- G randm a with lols of TLC
LC
dialely. Craig Nelson |0820
Bol— .to 3784)800.
w ould iiko to babysit In her
I
on February 1 .2 , and 3.1984“ ' p o n u n lly loradvancem ont.
lOr
377-C30e, 20W77-0495. 20
i
C o n tic t V.P. Marketing
hom o. Big loncod t)ack yard
.
botw oon th e h ours ol 8:00
384-1614. *96.000^11 equii
«
(800)821-7711 ^
IB J-lm M lT O iil
I
a.m ,an d 4 :3 0 p .m .
for su m m er play. 734-6079 _
m e n t &• inventory. * ^ ,tf
I
For further Inlormstion and^ Mortday, Jan u ary 30 &
silc a s h , finance rest. For iim
lllllo
ATTENTION INVESTOR
a T ueaday. Jnnuuy 31. from* M other o l 1 wlli do bobysltI
B rin g in t h i s c o u p>ooin a n d g o t $ 1 .0 0 I a ppllcalionscontsct:
'
Iln
g
’
in
my
home.
Porloci
SCI
In
lorm atlon. call 734^1300
0__
4 4 I0 X— e ac h unil h aa
^ P-« to arr»r>oa an inlofvtow.
Twin
Falls
School
District
SF, 2 bdrm-Each-uf>H.f«
-4 ^^—o f£ .v Q u iL ii& x l.p ilv
v aat o ^ p a c t y - x J a s s I - —I—
— W tt;-------Doyt------- SImcob,, ” F0f1TUNE 500 C o m ^ yy Jo ro m o . Cali 324-3156.
_
tin g Into th e la w .i* V aa^n
^ o - lo r *250 po rm o n th . PlenI
£ S fle d a d .
I
Porsonnel OIroclor, 20t Main)
sooking s a le s professionalII WANT TO BABYSIT babies
e
s
b
u
s
in
e
s
s
?
H
ere's
ypi
your
'
a
sp
h a lt
parking.
Lisi
Avonuo W est, Twin Falls ,
In Twin Falls area. ColleoeIt in my hom o, Hol iunctiea,
___ NBf.vo|i{l.j*rl*Kony_otbor ipp co tc lo L e o o d th r u I . 31.04 I'
>8,
c tia n c e lo loam how. Tw
Vwo
p riM Is *1H 000. Caii for
I
idaho 83301 o r call 733-6900
1605 ADDISON AWVtE
t AST
dog reo o r s a le s oxperloncoJ sn a ck a .
'ifiilk,
large.
734-0400
[
g e. d a y a cb o o l-h e ro -'lij Twl
An Afflrmathw A ctton /^ m alI p referred .
Cali 734-16M( playroom , loncod yard. Drop
a
TEM C TA TC R EiSSi
I O ooortunltvEmotoyer.
Ib flleian afillo iiM o n d ay s.
Ins w olcom o. Call 733-7809.
7M4MOO
j
'
Tlie Pt'eople’s
Markeelplace
WARNING!
ul
■
bdrm , 2 bath, h o l lub.
Energy elllclent, fenced
.
j
‘
'
'
is;;
733^
^1331
Office Hlours----<
Deadlinees-
,
•
iisiotice! —
•!
;
Rates----
J
r
,,
Results+~
oppoRTUNmr
_
FOI
m SALE
' INEW
day!"
iY FINANCING
[
S A V E ^; 1 . 0 0
;
““
=*33,900
P rice: *
s t a t e
I
> I
I
I
v :‘
'i'
'
:
fti.
:
S u n d a y . Jan u a ry ? 9,19fr
1964
\eai e s ta ite-Rental
i
TImeB-Newa. Twin F alla. Ida fto c 4
0 3 0 -0 5 4
i l s
Qao- ti o m e t F o r S t t e ‘
C3»-HooiesForSil(i
••
f T m iWHOME?
(00-Home> For Sites .
Now mod
o d e l » o p e n s o o n . _____
CalMor
or Information.
T n th h « e
Ms' F in o s t B u N d o r'l.-.
& 60or 7 3 3 -9 0 4 3 ©
■V l ^ M
|^2>-OpenH0U8M
oa-OpenHousea
I O PENIIHOUSES
I
I
suiN D A Y
- ItO>i 0 - 4 t 0 0
_
. I
—
.
0 3 0 -H o m e a F oorSalA
fS
S n ----------37.'6bo”t>Ut
REDOCet
* B odroom h o tn e OT.
on roam
nv«r on
IV.
Room to
■wnorwlll ■
^
«
m ako u s an offor owi
v^sV'Sf^
a cro s with a viot
C all-Will
S nake f^lvor Ca
Ml Roaity
7344SSS.
even
b odroom s In thi
:
SPRING FEVl
.U m ily S
JROUND. ■ 11 you a ro looking
fl/tO ACRE O F OR
W o r mo }’o r ° e ': l 'I ‘J ; , r n 10.
n * ' Aevoral
]ouso. 3 ' Ideal pla co tor lhat
p lu a a lot o l .lioi
loncod
0%buildlnSs"‘''a »nd
Sd
.s. supor , joct. to ralso a gatd
- b o d ro o m s, 3 balhs.
anim als. I fs
'Of 'HO «nl
iJ-paniry.— a -h o r s e , o r aom 2e o
■•'••chen wiiti a-noa^-i
Tocated
noxl
to
th< Jorom o
tho
ffl wllh
to bo a gonllom an
'Ttaln . lloor
room
Roducod to
in appliYou will lovo ittis d
w oo d slo v o . bullt-m
u]o. Only . 3-Bdrm conlem pora
! REALTY
altualod on a choic
no
Twin F a l l s . ------------- 734-0400
.p v c o i s w of 'Twi
IL JY __. 6 E ^ S T A ^iALTY
GEM STATE REALT
' o /< 'w a to r
s h a re s ,
<
------------------ 73W«30------ARCHING?
ditch, sip h o n lubos.
iQvn the
Ihn Look no further,
tro o s. You willI love
li
3 her. This 5
balh homo
_______
prico. lool $99,000.
located on Twin F
030-Hom88 For Slle1__________ (O O -H o n w a Fo r Sale
?
«
W
room , contral air,?
—
_________
and boaulllully di
An oxira largo cove
:nrH
a
nd a loncod yard
> M n i E M A R K l g Tr ' '
's v
all this m oslly brlcl<
MALL TO'WN LIVING! ;7 :b«dro
$ 2 0 , 0 0 0 SMA
{room
pricod a i Ihoi ^ fao r d a b l e
I. bbio rn , c o rral, g o o d lerms>if.t&^
m o b ile, ta rg e lol.
p rice o l $69,900, »6-f
:R P A IT Y
GEMSTATERE
HOUSEI lm m oculoto''3I bbod$ 4 7 , 5 0 0 Ak DOLL
D<
^C M L11
ro o m , full b a tojm
m eo n t. lam ily ro o m , n lc o Ienc
pnced
SUPERIOR INTER
rERKIRI
b o c k y o rd . noor Sow
Sow tooih. ASSUME S P M r,. #T06
y *’
Lovoly H om o cortipK
iplotoly ro'
----------........ - - ifn
to w n .-' ' >tfbcoralod.& now' luxurious
lu
(01—O u to fT own
$ 7 5 , 0 0 0 SHO
MORT ACREI Ju st ,squt^t'-oKo>
i ll________
^SW polIng ovorywhi
n ic e S o e d ro o m hoir
Somo} d<^ ru n . gordowSV W .^*?
13^4 huDO
o w n e r / b u HLDER.
Ild
New
■. S odroom o, 2 bfltlis.
tMsomonl
3
''Omo In w
We
ondoll. All
family room . Full ba
^ F A R M S ^ -A^
V
laraoo a"
«"oclrlc. to.51% IH
& largo d o ublo garj
2 1 3 A C H ISS P ro d u ctive lo rm lo r cK)p!
'y $ :U 9 0 0 ,
lng. $33,333.536-Jg5!
>ps A
this & m oro • only
cottlo, 5 bedroomn hheo m o . th o p . Rlchlleld. #T09.
Evoryono. will Ilko
I
0 Ihls so,
HAGERMAN; Cusio
isiom hoino.
_
d o n 't tako a cfianc
inco. Call
< acro. E xtras. Aj
7 5 A C R E S I Choice
Ch
ro w crop lo rm SE Ol O
today!
$78,000, aoll $65,000,
OM A ssum .
tloford, TFCC wator.
to r. o tsu m o b le lo o n s. 4iT64.
lo an. 637-6402 or B37.
;.
“ 'A S i m n BARGAtNI
N l Excoliont i.b o d r o o m . 2 boll
J r '"
■
hAm*. F M lu rc i lorg<
2rg o fom lly lo o m w ith beoulifu
I
rock firoploco o nid
d Ii h e o w n o r w ill c arry . Youi
w
e r^
I
HofI: D oue Slogol..J4
$416 .0 0 0 . L o co ted a t 2170 Shorr)
— ■ — 'Lon*;------------ ;----------
hm m m rnrn
s* ;
I-FA N TA STICC O U N TKRY-LIVINO-on-Briorwood-lone,y.l
■ This ho m e feo iu ro * 4 b e d ro o m t. 2 ’/ i b o th i. fomlly
I . , r o o m w ith firoploco,
:o, d o u b le c o r g o ro g o on ,9
I
o c ro f. S84.9SO.00. Your
Yo
H o tte s t: D onno Boch.
I
O iroctlonii 4 mIIo«> S. V, M llo W . o f Eost Five
. li!'; PolnH . Wcrtch (o r O p>on
o n H o u so S la n t.
r
#
1 2 0 A C R EIS
S G ood sm oll fo rm , n ic e olc
h o m e , lull w aler,. clc
c lo s e to Tw in, o w n o r flhonco.
:;o „
4 6 A C R E St F e n ced p d tl'u ro w ith corro
I
•
b o r n , h o m e , c lo io0 to
to Twin on Rock C re e k . #711.
<sem% re
m I•
h a m l e t t r eE /A L T Y
'N
BUHL.3
bdrm
038-Acreaoe&L
iw lH o o a ^
0 5 ^ -F u m .A p t& D u p .
Y FURNISHED NEED A PLA CE TO UVE»
^
yard, cov- studios. 1. 2, 4 3 bdrm . Call ■
W p o r month. Homes ^ o r R e n t 734-1333.__l
or
C . ” ^ 2 1 2 l oor
r r734-2106.
a
3 Q P „ dow ntow n, hoatj
l«>"» Prancoa°5
■■
w ator.san.lum lshed. $160 -H
Barker Realtors 543-4371.
54
■
l.-H O U m ............ ..d 9 p .n o p a ta .m :6 5 1 6 .
J
BEAUTIFUL Hoc
lock C reok
061—Unfun».-Ho
Canyon 2«t or 5
;— j-r— -------- ---- Small apt a h a r e show er. u t4 a~ c Ot e
; t
QWOqr. 734-2445. ’ “ '" ■ • w
■tor CTrrt ?!?« paid. $165.7 33-»13.
’ I '
Lynwood- Wator.
LOVELY 1 acre I tcn K„iirt~Tn
la. noD
n< ola $270 ■ Suitable for 1 nicely lurn, 1
close lo Twin., r^Vi ** iSU ■ PfOvldod.'RoIa,
Bdr daylight b sm l apl.ln n o i
-^?iOQdep.73i4>:
734-93B3 o r MalnW
f 77~ --------- -----homo. AH util Includod $ ^
x T M im a n y
a NICE 3 BDRM
e l e c t r ic 4
b*>h homo with vl<
•
tq ^ g -
Ono acro ha s srt
r r o r s s t
c i M n w i w lO
' j M nW M
R a a lty 7 M < ^ .
COUNTRY
a'lordablo pric*
tJaihhomo.on 3 a<
' f“ ll I'O” . pasture
noro Prico
spot i m uch mo
iC O.foview.
Reduced to S74.5C0
Dslorn Roal“ II
»* Wosi
: hom o 734__________
SACRIFICE wlll' sell Im50% bolow
proved lots 40% .' 5(
appraisal. 423-4441«
II anytim e
o n i a c re
4 YEAH OLD homoo<
2 balh
Has 3 bdrm.
llroplaco,
elbctrk
trie
ho a i.
$56,500 bul ownorr rnoods a n
oHor, Call HirokJ 73U
73 071 o r
Main Waat Roatty 734-06a.
73
7 Acros full wot<
a tor right,
South ol Jorom o., Call 524t..
8822.
.
MA - ,------- 1 ~ ~■
C09-Bu8lneMPn)i:
D perty
SQOATT R
q o ic t
STS'
” Kllch A pts c a b le TV, conr
ATTRACTIVE uT i
stovo* refrlg. g
■
rc a rp o l. d r a p e s , larpe lenced
»LCuto...Cloan......yard, -186 - 4 -190 • Carney.----------tire p lac e on Presl
m onth. 734-:
2 BORM DUPLEX. Carpot,
AVAILABLE: 2 bd ' j -----drapos. lu ll bosom oni. $22j
Irom $2354300 me
o«2"‘
+ do p o a lt. 311 Moriln
posil. Call734-97M
________
Slfoot. Call 7 ^ 5 5 4 3 .
CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN-2
DOW
bdrm . gaa h eat.
at, w
t>ood hoat•
o r, dog run all
9>rago, $275 m
mon
o - s r .,s
'
33-2650.
tP u p te x e a
I
d opoall. Call 733-2t
A boaulilul 3-Bdrm 2-balhCOMPLETELY' Unrurnlshod,
Un
la rg e clean, 11 bdrm
b
, g a s ' liroplaco,
c a rp o rt
1203;
h e a t. No p o ts.. cleaning
cl<
do- Evergreen $350 734.9075.
1
p o sll. couple prolorrod.
prole
a i l All elect D uplex. Garaoo,'
____________ __ appl., 2 tMih, R e tired- wotk-:
_________
COUNTRY HOME.
ba lh , A/C, oil hi
a a ra g o , m uch m
moi
ore, $375+ ATTRACTIVE L argo 2 bdrm,
$ioo_deposit.32»4;
M-4238.
jtovo- refrlp, garago, all
f HOUSE
for ullllllespald. N o sm okors or
CUTE 1 BDHM
HI
I rerrig. im- pets, 733-5307._____________
'
,
II Sorvlce)
. tS S tB socludod from thru
ATfRACTIVE 2 ^bodroom
J o y c e C o t a '............7
«/frp l,4 ap p l., Apl, Closo to Down town.
126 2nd
CUTE 2 B d ra w/frp
' ■m J S o
foa“ lor.°Clo2? U kos"
D t tr e H « n U « n ......7
th of th e
flM -h o al, $ ^ ^-+
_ -H
J 2 5 jJ o p ._ .a ro a . Now c a rp o t &..new________
•
543^464 or Bill 5 4 3 ^
734.3821.'
palnl.
oarthionos.
tT B.R oaeSl. N.734..
I J n t « M n p l o 1• « HM M O «ir f a r m o , r a tt d M l
Bon. NO c hange In P hono
ICATKIN.
MUST
SEE
this
lo
l(>
boliovo
numbors
or
P.O.
Box
THE PERFECT LOCA
• S M f b o w T ^ Ibba« v «
C a ll o r a t o p Tb:y
ox.
Darllno 2 bdrm hor
VOiJ foad-lik
i-Liko new Efiecllvo Mondoy,, January
,
'
a boul V) a c ro In thoocountrtf
ci
b a th s, all appllanc
f e r e f r e e b re< lw
h v»r a . I
lillod wllh a nlco v5?d
yai amJ'’on’o
2
________
pu m p ayslem . Fen
F e nced yard 'B s S L -----------------------------rt
Id 9 a?ro ” 1 ^ - ^ ^
gardon and a 4-yoar
w /aprlnklora, cover
overed paliOi ATTRACTIVE 2 bdrm apl. >
story, 4 bodroom ho
c ar garaoe Oaa hqat. c a rp e te d , W/D.<
o v ersized 2 car
im > -c « n ° i« y L oIts
te
real lino opportunlly I
------------ w /w ork 4 a torage a p e area- $4M hookup, llnlshod bacem oni. 1
i '
L”K
^43-6464 or FOH SALE: 2 or 4 bu
.
lamily Ihai c a n ' us
burial lols
^ u s d ^ a l t . Call
73
a1l734-9660or
^ p T u a $75 d e p o r t . 1222, .
_________ __ In Twin Fallo Coi
OS.
Addison Ave. E.7&-7S78
X
b alhs. 2 firoplacos. a
ra40727>evenlnaa.
rATFn
1 Cothollcpart.Call324
y
• dining, family room
n and
a
an OWNER
MOTIVATI
bdrm h o u se . BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOUSElJ
EOEN: Cute 1 bdm
nenl for M fm . largo lamlly
unllnlohod basofflen
nlly room.
Iler, 1 block. 3 b d rm ,2 b ath , a unkenllvlng?
Sr.
CItizon
Conior,
Counlry a c ro ss trom Cily
\
sto raoo a n d fun. O
p.8829-5182
room, F/P, k llc h e n appis.-)
M
m
0
p
lu
a
$
7
0
d
e
p
2
n, STa.MO
H w ol'o". lorgo FS
m kU S :
1
1352^ ^ * ° * °
town.
1
hrtrm hnm>» P*HOj y*rd c a r o , walor, 4 ''
jo E ------EXCLUSIVE 6 bdrn
825-5520 or Conlu
M m II.
COMMODOR
A ppliances Include
A
-GEMSTATEREAl
90~73;^9349------montn. 733-7004 M-F.
.>_______ j
..............- c l o s e o uJtI
• ••--------m onth -i'-$400 doorT
________ 73*<I400
K
CASA GRANDE 2 bdrm apl,^
1
tfXgELTON AREA; j bcjrm
^
REDUCED
SOOOa
5,000.
h o u so .
Insulated,
r
$37,500.4 bdrm . IV^, Da' -Jm
>
hook-upa, garden.
Oakley.
A
asum
pl.
wl
w
/torm
s.
'
b asom ont; 10 yoars
rrod'
i lM
Laundry
on
prem lsos.'.'
>
2.100 SF. O w nof mus
Children w elcom e . No p ots,1
IM ES
y o " n ^ t l . % & ^ 1° d^ a» t u
------------- .
LAZY " J " HOM
T W tM r * u . s
Ront baaed o n Incom e. F iler'
!
M
-m a k e ollor. I381.U.
1 7 6 6 A d d lto n E o tt.
. .
HAZELTON-2 bdrm
..........................
.....
^LTY
0 3 2 - 8 u h m ie rH o m (
S m
m onth +
3 ? « M 0 5 3 b /n 4 e p m .E .H ,0 . ,
^
GEMSTATEREAl
. 734.9500
with Slove. $175
■um.
1 1423
4^4%
Clean 1-Bdrm a p l $140.»
_________ 73*0400
$100 d e posli. Call
^ L
at iJoluxo dbl wldo'^ln1<Cam eo.
330 N. Broadway, ..........................
. .
______
$53,000. Closstc 3I bc
^ |—
Wat er 4 s a n furn, carpoi
bdrm , 2 iSpolless cond. 2 c<
carports.
in KIMBERLY, Unlu
,
balh oldor hom o' In
n*-7m d aya o r 7340191,
If' ollto A caH oalhr73»m 7-i _______
3 bdrm , 4-plex. Fair
«■“
C 3 0-H om e 3F orS a le
le
aroa, 10V%% IHA Flni
Finoncing
c bcci
r^or'^ sto v o ’
0''®n'"0»**®®X®"tl«ren t Inc . refrlgeratoi
available. Hurry, dor
3“ No
VERY CLEAN 1 bdrm . $240 +•
ilcrowave
w ater & sanllallon.
f M la '
19" Color W ? r mic,
---------- ,
Ihls ono p a s s you bj
$125 dep, u tlllliss furnlshod,;/
nt. S tarts
$250 -f d eoosll. 733-4
L 1
or 4 monihs Iroe rent,
Gudrun a t W oatorn
: ,
adults p rele rre d , no p e t s r
Docombor 10, 1983I <
JEROME. Clean 3
T~p
733-2365 or a t homo734
^omo. MUSTr BHING
d o n , relrigeralor 4
n ,
ACREAGE: 1 acro with
witf c o iy
AD. Largesi Stock In
nU
Idaho.
$300 monlfi -f $100 1
2 bdrm . 1 bath homno.
o, H ea ts
30now l4W ldot
08
d e p o sli. C^II324-791S
lor
onlv
$36/rt
» /m o n th .
eusod14W ldei
'V
NICE 2 bdrm hom e, I
cy
E xcellent 16% IHA financmg
flna
5 new Doubles
>.
lu m . Including stove
stovi 4 re- wosi ol C.S.I., n o p o ts. $30(r
%
avaiiabio. Call Jim a t E
.;
Double
1"
IrlQ.. $200.7343053.
|1
Roallora 543-4371.543.5
<>5604
9 u80d12Wld0S
^ ----------------- mo.-f$125 d e p . Available'
as
NICE 3 bedroom on
on Fllmoro.
F
BY OWNER, 3 bodi
2/K M . Call 733-9567
''
!>odroom.
4 use d 8 Wldos
los
largo y ^ , appliance
lamlly room , don, 3Vi
3Vt balh.
4usod10W ldos
a n ce s, $330
l q . 1 B drm . $175 m o..'
-J
custom built. Rainbow
bow su b lusodS lh W h oe
division, 543-6542
allors
Sm all 2 bodroom , flr
10 used Travel Trail
» a d w a y N o ., B u h l, I
omo
dlahw aaher,
dlspo:
1 usod Molor Hon
06
''
♦ $1
t*100
i o o dd ea po .
1 O f2ijj
b d rm s-a p ts. Eleclflclmrpors
stovo. $250 mo. -i-*
ise n
8usodP lcl jpC am
033-Klmberly-Han8er
J o>yyt c e M u n r o o , B r o k e r *
---------------- W o-al(ll tia<.« lo f-i
r-a lm o a t 734.3184 afle r Bpm
r r - T ------?b5690 or 734-0314
- ............. - 4 BDRM, 2 bath, aplil <
stock.
W e hav e renlal
J o h nI R o b l r t s . A s s o c . ' B r o k t
lal h o m e s
.
all electric with com
available. Both 2: 4 3 bdrm , NEW CARPET 4 p alnl mako
wlnlorlzoilon.
2.500
SF,
FIN E TAX SHELTEI
.TER. 4 u n its w ifh h ig h oo c c u p a n c y r a t e , o l o c t r i c
im 1$350 lo Ihls 3 bdrm duple x like new.
'S
R onts range from
®a
S
B R X K M A NI’S
ol
Soulh
Hilla.
A:
h e o t . r a n g e s , ro
Call u a io- 2 bath, large living room wilh
$420 pe r m onth. Call
‘o fi
f r lg o r o to r s . c u r t a i n s , aoin d d r a p o s . O w n e r w'■I
illI
MOBILE HO Mi cE e
$58,500. By ownor. call 4 ^
m eeds.
llrepUce, 'dining
room . 1
h o lp f ln a n c o , $9,6i
? ,6 0 0 .0 0 g r o s s y e a r l y inco
5201 altor £pm. 302 Gon
c o m o . $ 6 5 ,0 0 0 .0 0 .
Som O r.
* mllos N ol PorrlnoL« nrirti.
o rp o n tto n kitchen w /alove. d la h w ash -^
Kimboriy.
_____
T.F. Call 734-3167 or 43(
T
e r4c om pac tor. U lllltyroom ; t
3 2 0 ACRES w ilh1 fflil a t six s t a n c h io n d a ir yi b\ a r n . C a n a l w o t o r , p l u s
(
private patio o lf m aste r
E v ea & w M k •n
m da
d e o p w o ll. L argoo fie
fl ld s , o n ly $ 1 ,1 1 0 p o r■ ca c r e .
034-J8 fo m B H om es
-34-1408.
suite, hoal p um p w llh air P atty H toclna734-t
>3
H&W
, util
c o n d ,.lo n ce d b ac k y ard w llh
PRICED T O SELL.
OWNER DESPERATEI
t . 3 b o d r o o m p o r t flnisl
IE S
t190. f^74. Sludio,
ut Dd
l i!^
MOBILE HOME:
is h o d
b o s e m o n t , l a r g□o
o
alo v e & rel, 317 Sho
She a h o n e V*"! “ I?* 5 * '!
3.
wlll got you Inlo th is nowor
noi
a s s u m a b l o V A blooo n , lo c a te d in q u io t nl o l g h b o r h o o d . N o w o n =?„
ly
'‘r
bdrm hom o w /oaraoo.
loorplan.
St. E v aiu P r m r l y
go. Low
Truly a unlquo floo
* 3 4 ,5 0 0 .0 0 .
Inieresl assu m a b los loan,
I
3
w m o n t.7 a 4 -lj0 1 .
Doublo ollsei, split lovol.
Ic
NEW 2 BORM 4 -plex, atove,Oxc invostmont. 324-278;
2792.
bdrm, 2 both. 6''^ side
Idowalls.
2 BDRM country hnm
hom *
THE ONLY THING
IC S l M l l IS THE PRICE!! T h is 3 7 0 0 s q . f t . h o m e
rig
stove
Filer.
Furnanco,
car
b(]rm
2
akyllghl,
woodbuming
UNIQUE 3.800 SF 3 bdr
a n d 2 a c r o s h a s 6 Ib o d r o o m s , 3 b a t h s , Ior
a r g o f a m i l y r o o m , a n d aa
* f"uch moro. II you'ft
■r e tire d , com lortable. R e is rec
baih hom o. 2 e x tra sJ bdrtns
bc
Bplacoa
looking al squara» boxes,
t
c o u n t i y s ty lo kHc^
$175 d eposit. 32e-ao:
ifc h o n w if h o d o c k . A ro
In lull bsm l, 2 firopla
r o o l v o l u o : f o r f h o J o r g30
e
uf-a-klnd
j
^ ,5^ j,,
como so e a one-of-.
’
la c u u l sp a 6 m uchfl m o re'
f a m ily w ith a le w
M ac n im a ls . $ 7 9 ,5 0 0 .0 0 .
hom esal
$ 6 3 ,^ . 324-3455.
$221/m o. O as heal. I
TREES I TREESI TRI
TREES! T h is a c r e a g e is; lI a n d s c a p e d b e a u t i f u l lly
y
rS itiS
f p . A iji
opi:
H
&
W
M
o
b
lle
H
o
m
)m
e
8
,
w l»h o fo r o s t o f■m o f u r e t r o o s in c lu d in gg f r u i t , o v o r g r o o n s , a n id
0 3 7 -F a n n 8 4 Ranches
d
259 O v erla n d A v e. B u rte y
2 bdrm h o u se , Elecirk
p o p l a r s . A liv o ss ttrn e a m w i t h tr o u t .a c r o s ;s
s t h o b a c k . . a n d , a h o r sio
e
BEST ieo ACRES on
sto v e 4 relrig. Jerom t
B7M 611.
c o r r a l a d d t o th o0 u n iq u e f o o l o f t h i s p roapp o r l y . M a s t e r b o d r o o mrr,
Markoll C loso In lo Buhl
---------p
lu
s
$7S
doposit.
3:
oxcoilont
laros . hom
hc o,
o p o n s o n t o o d o cck
k :s u r r o u n d e d w iy h tre o s.^
• a tte r 5:30 PM weekdavi
IS. l a r g o a s s u m a b l o l o o in
n
h
i
a
t o ,r r
y S n S K M S ™
NEWKITROYALO/
a n d p r ic o d b o lo wV a p p r o i s o l . $ 5 9 ,9 0 0 .0 0 .
,, 2 BDRM HOUSE. No
Ic lypo gam brel rool( barn
ba 4
24x56 3 bdrm. 2 bat,
s M
SPACjOUS. ; M m ,. Full,
!
A
« 7 5 m onth + $75
clt I f d
,
.-llyo siroam . $2000/acro.
:re. Call
oloclrlc for salo wllh? I
D O N T PA SS THIS
IS O N E U P I V e r y s h a r eD 2 b o d r o o m .
b o t hn
'hom,^
d e p o sit. 733-1721.
. Jim a t Bather Realtors
ors 543Magic Valloy Mobile I
—;
■ pie. Refrlp, r a n g e , dlshh o m o In a g o o d n e iig h b o r h o o d , w ith a Ior;
5604 or 543-4371.
i r g o f r o n t r o o m , k l t c h o nn
SI S 4
2 BORM North of
_____
Eslalos Woshlnoton Si
w asher. Airulll. furn. $290 a
a n d p a r t i a f basom
im«e n t. Y a r d is foiPiciBd'vii'
FOR SALE BY OWNER
IER; ieo
P h o a sanlR oad.M nlac
p osit. Cali month. 7 3 4 « 4 2
v if h f r u i t tr ib e s a n d g o 'rr-.
a cro s wllh 2 hom os.
os. Call
d o n . L a rg o a s s u mn ao lb lo l o a n .
• i .......
^-r~:
----------- Spacious 2-Bdrm A pl. Rol 4
S36-2425.______________
i^R O
2 BEDROOM, cloaa
lo
‘"/I®.
stovo. all Ulll pd. $3i0 -t- $100
I
$200. $50 D eposli,. Ca
R o g e r C la r k ■.
MARKEHNG ASSOCU
Call 733- dop. Roal nleo 733-3605.
.
. . 5 4 3 -6 0 6AO
0
8
Inch
3255._____________
___
^
i
4
x
r
«
H
F
^
REALTORS Is moving I
V e n n lo T h o rs o n . . . . . . . - . . . . V .u ____ 5 4 3 - 6 6 4^ 0
„
,
.
...
SPACIOUS DELUXE 2 bdrm
•
1st
t
v
walls,
.2
baths,
va
lla ofllcos In th e is l
vaullM
t29D. P-4. 2Vt Bdrm.
m. 11 ba th , xrlplax. G arago, w ator 4
.■
A lb e r t D?xbo;,"
. ; : i . . . . 5 4 3 -4 4 779
9
10 to
loratato Bank Bulldlno
la o ur cellinos, wood aiding
ng, do la rg e k llehen. w asher <
120 2nd li'^o' ^ sot-up, skinin
now building a l 12S
hoofuPiY W d m BItf#,
A /lom bor B uhl
jh l a rid T w in F o ils M ultipolile L is ti n g s S o r v i c o ________
or ^
slal'oO'
Winler Sp.
8 tr# « l Eaat. N orth of
Special,
B M . S . E w w P{OP*ny
Pn
deposit. 5 4 3 ^ 7 9 o r 733-7824.
P hene *15,000. Contaci Louu
Son. No c hango In Ph
M am aoanw ot, 734-t«ot
nor. Gary Cumming or
or Bud
Sludlo Bachelor A pl. wllh
num bors or P.O. Box.
t2 9 0 . P-1*. 3 bdml:^
i, T
1 rba.;K
n.
tn ,
common bath o t o n d o l holl
January Alien
Efreclivo Monday, Jam
C o untry hom e. H
30th. 1984._____________
C S M P M n -T W -? ® :____
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o
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c
f
i
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d
alo
v
e.
c
arp
o
t,
dt
O a - O p e n H o u se s
=3=7=-- CONTEMPORARY HOI
vard
DELUXE DUPLEX-2 bdrm , 2
,
VALIEY FARM SOt/THE;
3 '“
n o o k u p s.
Icrncojd
H w J^‘
hath, lull b am t with lp,
i
- S I
OF HAZELTON. 179 ac
S 2JJ2;
llnlshod room. A /C, hoal
'
planlod In b o ans. be o is
pump, wood burning slovo, .
oly roSHOWMODELSreCU
w hoal. Includes nicoly
- , ' ^ 1Auto garage d o o r oponor.
le w 24x58 3 bdrm beai
m odolod 3 bodroom hom
ho o,
—
' S r g T N ' i ^ ’T
h lof'cod yard wllh yorcf caro.
Soquola. 2x8 walla, loa
' 1266-63.
" S i ltl,
, , ' ac arpot, patio. Dishwashor, disposal,
j
II TV
If®® sklrtlno 4 no park
GEM STATE REALT
^ in h i»
d r a p e s , d ishw asher,
ar, iM ove, bulll-ln storoo sp o a k o rs. No
lili May. 1984 or free Ool
*
carport.
77
________
-------Canoo. Only $24,995 4
i. , . 1 b l i •' P«<9- R«tlrod o r working
, !
120 ACRES or primo
1
10 row
bank financing.'HURHYI
'H? *:***» couplo prolorrod. Hol ros s ! " T " e£ “ ^
c rop ground In Iho hoar
qulrod. $400 $150 d e p . 180
loarl of
Magic V t l l M U ^ o H o
Magic Valloy. Oi/alllyf molnmi
-------- ----Moadows Lane. 733-7M9 or
70^*1
lonanco o l form, oulbu
-T —
*298. P-71. Nice 3I bdi
bdrm , i 733-0106.___________________
'I
^
Inos 4 hom o. $400,000,? 'cCllo ? r
b a lh ,
b a sem e n t, cC4arpoi. E»cellenl 2-Bdrm
2-balh
J ih - ■ partly furn. located a t Ll
d rap e e.
lonced
«'
P . t t Ill.OW TMjUM.
«.K
«luplex at
E astland
4
^— —
s io r a g a sh o d , 4 fl sih
Stadium. Carpoiod, drap o s. ■
L a rg o C c th o d r a l MAas
o sto r S u ite
■v
-T— 7
14x70
Broadmoro.
3
E a s l. E vana Property
150'ACRES with 4 oloc
>ny Man- kllchon appl. lu rn lsh o d . w 4
w ith d r e s s i n g o roto
o a n d g o rbedroom s. 2 balhs, $4000
$
M o m e n t, 734-l4& r------------ ---- d hookup, a u lo parogo •
^
whool linos 4 c oncrole2 1Jtif
down.
$140.52
mo.
pyi
d o n t u b , b o d r o o mIS,
s. 2 b o fh s,
pymls.
3 b d r m . fireplace,, ogaa ra go, door.oloc hoat pum p w rih'
-^ ^ * 3
1
' c h e s . No building ''npro
423-5154____________ Z
t
m onts, an oxcolloni plocc
-------nlc o backyard. 516 Lynvi
.ynw ood. a/c$390 + $ l5 0 d o p No pols. |
c u s to m O o k c o b inl o t s , c a f h o . ■ ■ Ill
1 9 ^ Barrington. 14 wid
'Ide. 2 $350 p e r monlh. 7 3 •W46.
* ^
k
property to add lo an ODoraopo
733-8487 733-6600.___________ «
d r a l , c e il i n g s
tthhnr o u g h o u t, Cr.,.
Pli-is add-on rc
r
lion. O ulatanding InvosiInvc
3 b d r m , 1 bath, carp.
sarpotod. EXCEPTI0NAU2bdrm. Exlro 1 .
Jtod
In
Excollonl
condlllon,
Sol
ran g e,
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1977 Kll, 14xW. TotalI eloc.
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W e e k eein d s . . 7 3 4 - 3 3 1 1
ground. Can bo epilt Inlo
Inlc 2 hom e. 14x65.3 bdrm . 2 b.
Ib ath ,
o/flT A vail. ^ eb . 1. $42
$425 + ping. Children w elcom o. {
parcola. o a ch wllh a hom
hon' e, good cond_. $13.000.543-5:
1-5293.
$200 d e p . 734-3155 _____ _____ Warm. Iriondly 4 q u ie t ot-#
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1881 i4x7t)- - Broadmorore. '3
stove & mosphere. 1 4 2 b d rm npls. r
3 bodroom carpoied.r sto
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$ 1 9 5 4 « 4 0m on.a fl30ulncy. ,
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Ro- bdrm. 2 bam. $1500 or tntrado
rofrlg. b sm l 4 garagoo $31^ f
ally. 324-7518____________
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hom o. 8% loan, 40-- trull
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Iroos, 40 sh a ro s T.F. wall
w a ^ r; 83 BAYWOOD. 2 bdrm,n, all
c im S '
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1 ba th , slove, rof., car
Bv ow ner. $120,000.423-57J
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Vpacd rap es.
waahor-d
D O UB U tw '.'R HERRi^Ni
RING- ulale, noar Jorom o. $5:
$5500
g a ra o e , yard 440 Von Bu
BONE on 6 a cro s, i w cow
co« s down, assum o In. 32*4801
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Included. O utstanding
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apt. alovo & rolrig. hoat 4
bdrm hom o.
waler lurn., Exc: locallon. 1
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or 2 peoplo, no p o ts. Call
052—F u m . A p i a Dup.
+ D ^ ^ f ^ r c c
com putorl:od dairy. 175
tc - ^ 3 R e n ta ls
’5*t<^
producing c o w s . Include
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$125- 733-8597 or 733-54Sf
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KITCHENETTES
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Cloan 1 bdrm, all olocti
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slo o p ln p
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herring bon e, 125 c ow s. 1<
733-775^ ____________
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-- —V ondD nborD 'tockopsT ^St
people. 734-2050________
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dryer
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733-2940._______________
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733-8777.
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SEI a n d m o re . This la rg e
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e ro o m * , fam ily room ,
□ ped y a rd , b e tt o f school
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jlllo n ln g , fire p la c e a n d to
K;.A fuch m oro. Locotod o t 130C
30 Collogo D rivo e n d opon
• jjfodoy for your v ie w in g . Your
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K en'e TV A Aor>
ppllanee, 420
twin size. Call 733-1
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• pe d al, >275. Call324JlOO In good com
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733.0507
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a Main Avo. w/bulfoi, good .1 c o n d X n ! 30'> RANGE <179. Bannor.
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COLORE
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)s. 734-7002,
g u aranteed A roco
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c ago lon. Excollonl hoaior.
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jp o ts
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BTU Soars oil
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furnanco A duct work, MO.
BEAUTIFUL G.E. 40"
40 R ange
Chost, full sU o box
bc A mat- Soo l o ' spproclat
K late, Onljl
Call 423^729.
Iross, ■ wllh
bookcaso
{199. Banner. 733-14
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733-1421,
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Condition 19,
1199, Banner.
Insulalod window. S109,) Call
COUCH A matchli
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4 2 3 « 1 6 hours 12-5 Mon-Frl
hing chair,
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S75,'Kitchen table0 A chairs.
rash ComA S a l 10-3.
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1020 sols, 2
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cu r
lies
.jrrp lo parking, answerl
sp a co
Call 366-7079.
noo
S 'o rv lb o .^ o p lo r & limit'
DL
p ro v id es ssuu b s t a n t i a l s a v i n g s f o r a m
n a jo r m e d ic a l o r s u rg ic a l
•
ncluO* lu«-tu».
aoy to
»0iV0B Ma*m* lo>
u ocrotarial service avallatii
probiem .
11
f/ \
, “ '5 : .find location, excollonlI co
cost
|—a
“
/34-5600,
Mon-Frl
iH.
p o r aq . fl. C onlact Konn ro
roy.
l » j M e r c h a n d i sIBe
7.13-4316 ev es & w aekends.
NIFTY 1 bdnn b a a e m e m aipl
p l.
poiiJ^UcS*ii»n,
—3
reaslng a gont. 733-4321
If, umWMU iMr.
w llh Idtchen & o u ts ld s enlry.
iry.
THREE CHIces In Sulle
y
VETERI
R IN A R Y S E R V IC E S P E R I
a Oirtch
ami
ntM
m ini s t o r a g e . Smoll bu!
buslA pgllancas Includ ed, closo
»o
Fnlls Proresslonal Conic
•way
na»f,
lo City cantor. C all K an Roy
iin '
n e aa o r oflice sp a c e ava
B a s ic Clinic
toy
1201 Falla Ave. East, T
Twi.
lic a l P r o c e d u r e s ...O f f i c e v i s i t/e x a m i n a tio n , d e ­
m S»
O e7-M lK ellanoous ___
lor ■
a t7 3 3 > m t._______________
G ood locallon In TF. 733-4g
_
A pprox 330 SF, « 5 0 pof
p.
w orm ing, na
n a il t r i m , a n a i g l a n d e x pp rree. s s i o n . . . a l l a t n o c h a r g e ,
'lablo
roowor-wm...
m o n lh . Call 733-7434I or
<
iTo f<
for Billiard Suppllea & pool lai
QUIET deluxe 2 bdrm irl.
tri­
OFFICE SPACE availablo
V acinations,
S ...D H L - P P ( D o g s ) . P airrvvco ( D o g s ) , F D C V R ( C a ts )
llo.
733-7500.________________
le a se , both S h o sh o n o St, & .'ialo;i, Ropair. rocovorii
plex. A ppliances,
pallo.
c arport, w ater & sanltatlor).
Blue Lakos Blvd, locotloi
atlon.. c u o s. Bowladromo733-03C
F a b i e s ( D o g s & C a t s ) . . . ;a ll a t n o c o s t .
R
PRIM E OFFICES. Addlao
« 0 + d e poait. 734-7S27. —
Irom
CO-"aglgO_nna. 733-5200.I __ COMPRESSSORS; Now
S u b s taa rn t i a l s a v i n g s o n B i r th CCoonni tro l f o r D o g s & C a l s .
»w 5
ToOnJ*»._
Avo.
E.
a cro as
Iroi
1 BORM APT off $ho#rione
h rro- ^P- M flol tank, 1 pha:
k in ^ .
p r iv a t e OFFICE wllh
sno
A lb o rtso n 's. Ample parkini
} ctoUM ■AMruci.oni lor Ihm* Mgmiwl
lul
■
Ip*0t0 ■
M>y*»«rt»«t«l.nao.
S traet. SITS 4 d e p o a it. Call
Si21t9. Ask aboul compli
none
c o ptionisi
&
answrorlng
orii
^11
500 o r 600 aq . ft. Plion
MCi>y me profMI numMr ana moo U 93
7M-1M4 MoivFfl. S:3M :00.L .
sh o p tool kit. Caio Ida
Ilors.
se rv ice. ^
m onth. Can
Ci
D o sh le r & Holley, Realion
0 rec*M» U mra*. tar>d te 00 and tpMily
ALL TO D A Y FO R M O R E I
” iy
CAI
733- Equlpmont.
232-7001
^ c o al Globe Roaltyf 73
1.2 .or 3 bdrm. a p ta .. un731-2022
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44-S. Aod U OS >Iyou •KUU Ua our new
fum laried. No p e te . Call
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color
uuiog
kUrg
g
I
nundradi
h;
o<
adOrtajnal
proiaclt
Au
2700,' 1200 A 595 S O T T o
_____ 735<y<0
______________
E i ^ T NCH 250 Cash Roq
■paa). tUtd 10:
m o d e rn office apaco^ !lil
0 » 3 -W a n la d T o R e n l
tora: Eight Hobart Xil
“ —
Id,
(»im o N. Bluo U k e s Iocs
sc ale s;
Call
734-6!
t-6701
,§
SSfl
w a n t . t o RENT: Unlur
ts,
n o n . All serv ices provi(Jo(
.S J S T c S S o i
866 G r e e n A
A c r e s D riv e T w in F a l l s
7 3 4 - 2 7 1 l J
Twin. Em d s P re p « rty Mar>>
•m bby
_______________
..|M
d elu x e duplox 2 o r 3 bdrm
u>*
for on attractive rental rale
8OX1S0
with
FOR SALE, twin bod.I m
h
M tn w r tJ 3 4 - 1 » tr
nl}lxby,OK7400t
OBO,'
Fob. 26.1 level, ullllllos wit
Catl Ja c k W arberg 733-060
m attro ssA two drawers., {75.
Si
"
W /O hookup & g a ra g o ., RoRe
» 1B . FM3. 1 bdrrn. 1 bath,
th,
ci.iv30r734-1737evQS.
A lso
soiling
sowi
iwing
—
llrod couplo. 733-0160.
ae
■
----- m aenino, S35, Call 734-1785
— 4
067—Mi6ceilan#oua
£
••
—
FRANKLIN StOvo t150;
1948 Poniiac Silver Stro
_
0 5 8 -O ffk » R e n til«
O Sft-O fficoRenttJs
,
troak
oquipmont. pici
tSOO/bosl. 543-4818.
2 .BORM APARTMENT'Very
—
tu b o toslor. color bar goi
A
l
J
n lo e location. S in g le s or
Full longlh Noiinorn bai
tuck
a to r. BA K analyst. A te sl
c o u p les. 7 3 3 - ^ . _________
Muskrat co at. Mint con(
733-8444.______________
k
tlon. tSOO. 625-5043_______
2 BORM DUPLEX Close to
~
WIPE RAGS tor many us
Lynwood C enter. Adulia
\
GIVE YOUR VALENTINE
if . *
C h e a p e r Ihan papor tow
^ f e r r e d . no p e ls . Call
'
Qcaulilul Mink' Stoll. 160
WM,
.50c/lb. 734-6412glalr
7 3 3 - ^ a h e r 6 o m . ________
Coll 734-6491.____________
—
400’ Of chain link Ionco
ICO, 6'
2 BORM OUPLEX. Finished
HART 170 skis wtlh binding
hQSh igh with tw o 12' gate:
lie s A
b a se m e n t. S22S. 1617 7ih Avs
polos, boots, 7W. nov(
p o sts: two 120.000 blu I
'*
8
700
0
0
s
q
.
f
t
.
E a_st.m ,114a.evea.
u s e d , {125; PHAFF 130 so«
sewh o a to rs : Kindling. 24" Io
Ing machine with cabino
nt
I
P r i m e O f f i c o Si pp ao c e w i t h l l O O s q . f t .
2>Bdrm duplex In e xcellent
met,
n u m e ro u s am ount of ui
S125. Call 324-6460.
a h a p e . o a s h e al. a / c . atovo
;o
R
o f R e otailils p a c o w i t h
__
lu m ber; 20 sections of sl
& re t IncTuded. 0 6 5 734-7835.
LET US handcralt yoi
rour
s c a llo l A c aste rs. 733-4727
R
B l u o L a k eISs BI l v d . F r o n t a g e
unlquo ploco ol lurnliu[<
2 BORM Four P lex. NE Iocs■■ f l e x lcbib, lo T o r m s
Qualily. oconomy S sorvicc
Z
. ----------------------------------Ilon. Idtchen. a p p lia n c e s .. I
Oining S bdrm sols, doskt
a /e .
laundry
taclllties.
sk?;
068->Cornputer8
c rib s,
moro.
Engboro'
H andcraltod Furnlluro. 2o)
AM
m YR old IBM display wril
i, . sy sto m A printer.
1
ta o o . P « . 2 bdrm , 1 batt).
Q.,
c
lu
d o s all other equl
MINK
OYEO
Mu~skral
Coai
S
'
f i e
c a rp e l, d ra p e s, re lrig . s lo v oI. .'■
______
m e n t/su p p lle s for IheI ddils(
M
sl20 14 Short 5'3" or undo
w ash o r. b a se m e n t. 818 2nd
play w riter. Call 536-2741 b
$100. ovoninos 733-5918.
Avo. E ast. Evans P ro p o n y
$ 1 ,0 0 0
Noorly now #726 8 HP JoM
3Tn
D
ooro
snow
plow/blower
SZaO.-F^n. 2 bdrm . I 'b a th .
o d v e i^ is e d
r
M » -C a m ef» B iiilp .
Excoll. cona. 1750. 734-984^
c a rp o t. d rap e a. roW g & .•
a to v e. sto ra o o a re a , yard.
REFRIGERATED koo unl
jnll
BRONICA ETRS. w allt ilev
;;;i
s p e c ip l lo w
3 L IN E S , 3 0 D A Y S
1541 Laurel. E«ww P roperty
wllh Ig. cylindor. SISO. 423
123- Under. 120 back. 75 A 150 m
4017jfio r6 ’30pm .________
M aoaflefnen*73 4 -J W .
_
ie n s e s ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ _ ^ _ ^
$
3
| 5
0
8 3 4 Fall
a l l s A veV . S u i t e 1 0 2 0
3 .BORM, 2 bath, laundry,
RITCHIE ELECfRIC Stocl
IN E S , 5 D A Y S
ro o m .
2-car,
bullt-tns.
w atcro r {100; Opon hoad 5!
r o e
07D~WanledToBuy
T w in
in IF o ils
c a rp e ts ,
d rap e s,; I
gol.
barrois
w/llds
S
$ 9 0 0
t3 2 6 /m onth. 734-7035.
clo su ro s {6/oach; S gal Q
Gll BUYING A SELLING 1
(Add $1 0 .0 0 for e a c h a d d i. line)
Co^ ; ,
(AiI<l'Sl,a'o (o r .a'Qcti
c h addition line)
w alo r cans S3/oach; Com­ lo rm s o f gold A silver. Coi
3 bodroom duplex In Twin, I
tin o n tal Gold. 633 - Blue.^.t..
Blu
' Fo,. privoio Individu
m orcial Oll-flrod wator heatw /d hooHup. ap p l.. c arport,
U k e s North. 734-4567, ■■
W fe re a c h a d d lllo n e tlln e )
o r. n ow.{600. 733-0592.
eom m erelol) to lo ll f
o x tm slo ra o o . no p o ts , S260\ fi S m o ll o f f i c o s o v o llc
J ll o b lo c o m p l o f o w i t h
11
'BUYING; Everything In gold
ool
* d op. Avail. F eb. 1. 326lh e lolol v a lu o of ifv<whicIi do o i not'
For priva
*
v a le individuoli only
A^ d r u n s d o l l y i n f h o b u s i' s i n g e r SEWING MACHINE,
4^;
A silvor. Idaho Coin Galle.
404aor3?8-«6M ___________
I5 t o l o p h o n o a n s w oorrll n g s o r v i c o , r o c o p Illero x o o d 51,000. Tho
m cablnol. d o lu io model
Iho price a l oacli
(non-comnm
rr ereiol]. T here o re
noS
! d iro c to ry u n d o r y o u r
1 0 SS
*
’®' lo a .3 0 2N ,M ain.733«fl3.
$100. Call 324-4716.
Horn m u ll u p p o o3rr In
I iho od. No
fi l i o n l s t , a n d s o c r o t aa rrli a l s o r v i c o .
n o p rice or
c item llmlla. No rejw n s p o c lf ic h o a d ln g fo r
O S a-O fficeR e n tila _______
lu n d l o r aacd ju itm e n tt II a d li canre fu n d i o r o d ju ilm
iim e n li if ad It
THE l a r g e s t solociion ol
,;!
O T i-A im qijes
I
irly,
I J30
O Cc o n s o c u t i v o d a y s .
colled earl)
cancelled
eo
rly
.
unflnlshod
lurnliuiodross2 noOM &-'jnaro re stro o m . E
P l e a t s C o n ta c t:
~
» rs. rockors. slools. chairs
‘fs
TIGER oak round Ublo.
S200 par m onlh. U tllillos I6
,m d roll top do sk s. Ttio Mary
H .L. A r m s tr o n g . . J
Ify
m atch ing oak chairs, ur
turnlshod, a m ple parfcino, bu
C a rto r Conior. 733-3493, 2116
16 fin ish ed. $450 sot. May se
o u tsid e en tra n ce . 734-S37D.
|
Fourth_Avo. E,. Twin Falls.
c h airs so p a rsto . 734-6512
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H O S P IT A L
BUSINESS
IDIRECTORY
>
Phone>733-2282
i
Item sj u n ddee r
.d a t th is
w ro te . . .
3 LINES,, JT DAYS
BLUE LAKES
OFFICE PARK
9
PECIAL!
■ A |]
^
*7*
LEASEOFFFFICESPACE
j
734-8211
"
g jc
ARE MADE
BY I I S I I N G
/O u r s ir v ic i
IN
I m is
^
o
^ 1
r y
OR B R IN G IN I i
: W R IITE Y O»UR A Dl>HERC::i
A d v e r tis e
lo r a s little a s
serrvice guilide
ancid directc
PROFITS
■ C L ip V m
■IS PO RTIO N
I
g
^
p er day
.
Call
J
733-0931
I
N o m o s, o d d r o s>ss
s a n d t o l o p h o n o n u m b >ors
oi
s h o u l d b o c o u n t o d a s p o r t o f y o u r o d . R a to s |
q u o te d o p p ly to
l o W o n t- A d s f o r w h i c h p) o y m o n l is i n c l u d o d w i tlh
h oc r d o r , 3 l i n o s m i n i m u m . ^
ioll r o t o s o n ly .
N o n -c o m m o rc io
P L E A S E P»RINTW
RI
ITH
U S I N G oO rN E
DARK PENi
N C IL O R B A L L P O IN T P
E
PEN
( i n k m a y b lu r )
SPACE F O R EA C H
H W O R D ( 4 w o r d s p oo rr c l a s s i f i o d l i n o ) .
'
P lacod u n d o r th a ho*dlngJCc '
y o u rc h o lc o l
CK-'
Y our od will ro ac h 22,Ck''
II:.
fomllioa ovoryday a n d \>
roaults will am az o you. C.''.
,tj,
loday a n d ono o l o u r (rioncJ.
A d-vlsors will h e lp you won:
on:
youf s d s o th a t it will t»
m oat olfocllvo a n d bring you
(01* th o rosulto you a ro lookin.;
'" ‘i
■ lor.
733^1
BUILDfNQMAtNTEf
TENANCE
Q F W E L &PT Co p s o i l
BuDd so m e things
I*__________________For
tlfivov.
vov..iy5,
parking
R epair m ost Ihtnga
0#_________________ lo ts , olK. Yo..
Yo.i h.iul or wo can
R em o d et anythlno.;
ig. 733-2177._________ dollver. NNtMtiwont
tCrane
___________________ a n d RinnmQfl
n 733jl?W._____
CARPENTRY
j s ;;.
handyma
^ n _____________
Rom odol o r noi
slru c tlo n . Nothing
ig t<
too largft ‘
ll i c n n 'tt :
II. I can’l
o r sm all, 734-3144-1:________
c h o ro e you,
U, :: j II733-7J31.
CABPENTHY
_________
HERITAGELCALLEBY
G;
•
•R e m o d e l.
crallsn
llsmanshlp.
Quality U5
Cusirn Fratmnn at'
profosalonally done
me al coma n allo rablie
lo (prico U pm jif,
polltlvo pricos, Roffl
loforoncos.
f ^ g o r s o n M.ii
^
P latts & So n s 734-225
m o b il e ' h o
mi
OMESERVICE
CONDO RENTAL -------------P o y lo n 's
M'obilc
M
Homo
Excollont eikhom
m Condo.
Sorvlco Wo
'o dd(o ita ll.
R onlal by day, w
wook or
C.1II
:.2
II ■
•j?4-8095,
rnonth. 733-5471 forrii
irriotalla. .
PLUMBINGL a
AFND W EpiN O
B u y .', so il., trado.
do. h lfo S tu tim a n 'aJPPlum
U bing.
c lassillo d la tho oni
ono placo
H oating &. \v
Woldlng. Now,
v n iic a n d o ito ll.
rom o d o l Arc;).
re.).iif. 733-7124
t
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YOUR
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S E H V IC fS P E C IA L T YT
IN T H IS D IR E C T O R YI
J
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p - ^pio Wllh som ething lo
-lOll and
ar poopio w ho want to
Juy..
.. m a t's w hal classillod
iiivoili
sillsin g lsalla b o u t.
____
EfSERVICe
TREE
Troo
0 A Shrubbery* trinv ■
ig. Froo o st. Insured,
mlnp.
,*sTreeCaro.734-1464.
' -115L1
UPHC
HOLSTCM____________ .
Magic
3IC Valloy Upholstery:
0 ostlm alo s. Call John
Proo
moy 7340535.
Maine
■
A
low m in u tes a day
chocH
ct-ing Iho bargains In
class^'i
s.,(od
can
oav oil
handsc
Jsomoly,
.
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C h e c k o n e ; ______
____A ction A d
________4 l4- H 5 = 9 S p e c I a l
;
.
^
P le a s e p u b lis h m
m y o d f o r _______ d o y s f o r w
w h i c h I h a v e e n c l o s e d $ ___
I N A M E :_____
I ADDRESS: _
r
_______ BBuiu s i n e s s D i r e c t o r y
I
^
P H O N ^E :
) C lassified De|
'e p
^ ^ ^ 3 ^ 3 r d S t. W o s tt,. T
■ . ■ ■ ■ ■ M
B
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C I T Y : ____________
w i n F a l l s , I D . 8 3 330011
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984
S unday, January 29.1984
ferch an didise~ F arti
n n
■
082-BulW inoPtetorial!
rials
OeO-Poto 4 Supplies
! l«
REO CEOAR flxtorlof,
Ir lo rk
r.In
o r, (onclng. Channolll R
Riustic
V-oroovo. m i l e Pino.
C
0. Coral
-2127
{um bor.32«« 20.324-212
^
066—Firewood
DRY FIREWOOD WO/cc
d ? c( a li
g . 1. W ll .
—
=“
096-FafmSefld _______
t Toalod
Allalla aoed, Ranaot-Ti
.--------D R Y -ISU N O -P A R K -P II
spill, dolly, Slacked. JTO/i
V4 lof> P.U. ?33-7W. •
GOOD Ouallty FIrow ood.:
irs 5
JIaloly. .
.UOColl
. . . .
- •
!L _
CP?-Hay.GraIn4Fee(
■®®“
WE'VE
GOT
MO
hols o'l
”ol 44
A pprox, 5500 bushel'
Firew ood. KS por lovol
^ 4.7534
b a rle y lorsalo. CallS44to n pickup load; cut. gplil
spll a
dollvofcd. 32<-75a3. _____
Barloy Straw, 2 or 3 a
M ^ '" ®
------baloa.934-5767orfl34.4*
CLEAN STRAW, large b
068-V ariety Foods _____
c lo so lo town, tl.734-64
POR SALE. 3500 bush.
Vl GRAIN FEO bOOl forr salo.
sa
ICB? «
d ry corn. Call 324-358
Call3?4-2166.___________
•3565 or
32^5131______________
--------RED. Goldon Oollcloi
appod
g o o d HEAVY barley & (
Rom o. Apples. Qllt wrapp
sim
as
quality
hay.
Dollvoroo
Irult baskals for Chrisimi
ifod by
r. a
aom iro ad 5 ,W 4 0 3 8 . --------Koiloy QarOon Conlof.
fi" :
d lso n Ave: E.. Twin Falla
Fa
HAY FOR SALE-50 Ions
73_4^JS..
.
_
____
cu tlln g .IB ,lp ro to ln .nno
o ram,
-----In barn. Call fia-2229. --------H AY: Approk. 60 lon Iln
OOO-Pets&Supplles
to n third. 1000 Springs F
^^5® '
^
R anch, 837.655Sor54S417
AKC BEETLE PUPPIE:
nshIp
Tst. 2nd & 3rd culling ■hS7lor
ha<
R oady nowl Champlonsh
? a '£ ; Approx. 70 Ion: bloodllnoa, oxc pot & hunftiur
Vt l S .
sh
o
ts
T.400
balos
ol
straw,
lngdoo.7w kB old.J90-3ho
10° !°
b a le. 733-6230,
Includ ad . 336<MW. Bolso.
tOOTONof2nd<crophoy,
AKC U b pupj, S o u th - «
W420 ■
wheat hoy. Covert
Bollovuo konnots. 7S&-20:
i167 or
dolivorod. Call 324-5107
ovoninoa_______________
AKC POODLE PUPS, choci
—J—
Sr
200 to n s ol hay. rainod
iQto or whllo. S150 &[“" UI
I
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to
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637-4406
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rman
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jillul
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S hophord pups, boauiifu
lo a d s, 934-5767 or 934-4*6<
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324-3650.
L ab, Puppios lor s«lo,
w o o kaold&43-<533,_______
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For
Rent
AKC roglstered Rottwoilor
_____
' a d u lt & 4 monlha old pupai.
ronl in
FARM GROUND lor ronl
$50(VS800: AKC Ooby adull &
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thoG oodlng.W ondollare
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o ar
C o n lac t FmHA by 2-9-84
2-6
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COB. 934-4486.
_____
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jlppod
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p o la lo o s. small equip;
C olllo X, Ready, wormod
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324-4196 or 324-3460. ” •
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puppios,
K ^:
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p u r o b ro d ,. From oxcolloni
c o w s. 733-7065
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^33-6055..
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A donis.
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436-8292.__________ ___
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COLOSTRUM STARTED
ko D am ■ ■ No. 640, Aulo
Jlom otic, oir, llli, cruise.
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\RROWS ■ I AM/FM rodio.>.
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POSTED,
7380;__________________
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ni
ta ct TorrI o r Todd a t 324-3
______ ______ J0:4 sm o llo rlH IHC
C tractors,
!»:255§« o o . Call 543-5371.____
DAIRY HERD
7 YR BIG GREY GELI
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lo r salo . Call 324-4985.
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IIV.S400. .
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972 IHC 1700; 1965 IHC 2 Ion; 1
calvos lor sale,
le. Call Gftldino. JIOOO. 5 yr' f i?P
lom atie,
ongino. High
I
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t950 Chevy 2 ion; 1952 IHC• 2o .
Chovy 2 Ion' 195
______
lerod
Arabian
Go
nlco truck.
______________
molding. .
1979 Ford •; ion
ton; 1977 C hovy V. ton; 1967
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SiaOO, Call324-8126
FOR SALE: GoQiloI cr
roshon,
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w O W rV T .
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PUP TflAllER AND
AN POTATO. B6DS: 1975 lorn
chocking ih o borgair
ay o il
a x le pup trailer,
l
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fro m o Frubhoul su s|
LINGER classlllod c a n
pay
POR SALE: 16 SPRINC
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t
3 0 ’ Tosco m etol ‘"pSoro
po
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s
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5 -2 0 ’ Tosco spudd bb e d s H I .
dairy o n diversion progr,
rogram. • -------------------------------C 1 il
A B S broedlnn.C all £ 32-41
)nt
w /bolls; 20'lockv
ckw ood be d ; 2 fla t bods; lO 'slor
■Hi32_.
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laddles
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«5-30. Call 934-4760.
43d S i m ° " « w i 4 0 Of J
1W-Sheep
______
13 ANGUS COWS to st
arlo
calving In March, 1 purebr
rebred
'
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I Aulomolle, powi
w er ste e rin g £ bro k v i.
H orolord bull. Call 753-355:
________ 324-3437
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• •
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tlto.
2
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stored Top milking nan n lo s, {
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175-Auto Dealers
Sholbtl Wiliiams,543-4758
3?4-?263
• I C H O O S E FROi
MUST SELL duo loalorolos.
lltllo malo Lhasa Apso
P u p p y , 6 months old.
housobrokon. had all shols.
a
WIII aacrlllco lor J75. Call
67S-2a23._________________
PERSIAN malo. whllo. Doc law e d . 2 yr old boauty with
Ilh
p a p o ra . *l6o, 733-6364
PROFESSKINAL
GROOMING! Vacationing?
r il b oa rd your dog. Chori
Miller Konnolg. 423-5104.
P urobrod
bull
Cockor
S p a n ie ls. S45 oa. 423-5947
afforepmore2S-5651
h
R oJ^ Doblo pups, $5 oach.
'
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p u p p ie s. 2 malo. 2 lomalo.
e!
$5doach.734-4643allor6Dm.^
2
REGISTERED
malo
lo
A ustralian Shophord pup- •
p lo s. GbBranted workora,
t3 5 a. »50. Call 423-4217,
2-year-old spayed lomalo0
G orm an Shophord, Good0
w alch d o a , » i . 432-5470
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To Sell Your Car Or Track??
Wanting Io
Us
112--{rrigatian
____ ^
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usod Valloy pivols. gi
condlllon. Coll 436-8103, 0° ° '’
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c
&underground PVC
Amoih Irrlgallon &Supp
pply '
543-4777
—
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o s ol
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underground
pipo
II
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pipe
SNAKE RIVER IRRIGATIO
________ .......................
SprtnklerH sod Robulldet
1612 Main. Buhl 543-6633
l^ o n
Guar, robulldlns lor Nols
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1977 CAM ARO
V
V-Or oulomollc, AM/FM to p o .* till, I
eerru is e , pow er sleering, pow or b ra k o s, I
ol
:
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ON PICKUP
■ 102-Cattle
$
OHLT.......^6395°°!
^7295”
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I
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L 1I sslt $ 2 3 , 8 7 5
S P E C I A L ........................
m oon rool, AM/fMlopo. Hovo lo S ee ■
to A ppreciate.
■
2 MUSTANG
3UPE GLX
I j
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175-Auto Dealers
I ^ A u t o Dealere
^
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No.644.4sp(podmanual,mogwheels.
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1 9 8 0 M A U B t7 "“ ' " 1
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I
982 GM C
ON PfCK U P
V-8
RABBITS a CAGES, I
Calil.. C om m ofdal
f
Zoaiand, all wiro car
:agos.
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6._
_______________ I
N
N o. 631. V-6, aoromotic, oir co n d itio n . I
ir
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BRITTANY SPANIEL Cockor
Jkor
092-Auctlons
092—Auctions
S p a n io l Cross puppios.1. 6 •
---------w e e k s old, both u r o n is rog,
Iffnlorosiedeall5?4.5593
O lngo Pups $10 lomafosi Sl5
m olos. pood pols. & cow
S
^ ^ A llis o n
d o o s . 786-4286 oves,
FREE
Elkhound/Husky
•P uppios AND 1 yuar old
I C T I O N
Elkhound Fomalo, ra3-4r8a.
^0
■
F o b . 4 . 19
1 9 8 4 - J o r o m o , Id.
FREE: Bordor Colllo 4 OInoo
c r o s s pups, cuto & rriondly,
^[yT ra c to rs: JD44
)440. JD 4 6 3 0 .-JD 4 0 2 0 .
2 m oa, old. Could make
>, IM F 2 7 5 (n o w ), Ford
g o o d Slock dogs. Flrsl
I,M
H
(2 )
043
5 0 0 0 w ith loac
c o m o . Ilrai cholco. 423-5043
)o d o r. F o rd 4 0 0 0 w ith
o r 423-4418______________
__
lo a d o r , JD424
1240, 1466 Jn t'l. w ilh
FREE: LovBblo. black U b X
p o w e r fro n tf di rJv o , JD 4020. (2)
Malo^jj^uppyGrootwilh kids,
■
JD 4 0 I0 .
Jm
P l u s g r o u n di iw o r k in g a n d o th o r
LARGE 6 monlh old eolglum
lad
o q u lp m o n t.
■
O S 2 - 1 i1£ - r i M O N T IH -EN D
m tk
0 » - P a s tu c B s F o r RHenI
ei
FOR SALE: 165 s h a r e s '
P lo
Iroo
Salm on Rlvor Catlloi
tllornari s
OfOomlnp, Grooming
I
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Its, VVriio
rtod734-i}05.
B ox F-55. Trmos-Nows, ? -9______ Bok S46, Twin Falla. ID
t
ID_b33Q_1.WANTEO: Pasturo to
ro for
10 ront
3 ,-h ftjd —
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m a rk e t
h o r s o 3 .c a ii7 ^ i2 2 71..______
~
Pioasanl
■
100 SHARES Ol Pio
_______
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sociallon
230,
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2.
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arrlson
733-B4Q7,
arket
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Tlmes-Nows, Twin F ells, Idaho C-7. ^
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c ru iso
iso, V-8. automolic.
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vho o l d rive, V'B. aulomotic, P /S . I ’!
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I
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V-8, oulomollc. AM
spoke wheels.
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1981 CIm
T m c H TVROLETl
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V-O. oulomollc, oi
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I
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1979.MEI
I MONARCH
I
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■ 734-6565 11 |
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, Twin
v
Falls, tdaho
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II
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a y . January 29.1954
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^
122x ^ r t l n g O ooooi d s
Coll gold c u p 45 «
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p ress, p ow der s c
c esso rie s. a » 8 0 m ;
COrOTEHUMTERS
223 Mini 14 R ugor. c
1 3 5 -C y c les4 S ^ipplles
up[
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_________
146-4 WheelIDftves
Dr
146 -4 W h oeelDrlvos
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152-Autos-E
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155-A utos-C lw vrolei
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V4l ml.
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8"
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. 2 apood roar
Wlllys joop wage
ragon. 4x4. 283
W recked 1976
C
Yamaha Maxi.
176 Chovy
4 whool 1974 Buick slslalion w agon.
1977SE
-■; .
^ pp.an n el.
<uns pood, 1- Chevy ong. Exci
•xcolleni con d. • -drive- pickup.
kino S1200.
305 V8. Rut
Ip. 4■ s p e e d . 350 S3S0, To so o ,I. iOV 1 ml. w ot
tow
197S CAMARO LT
Excollont ^C<^dlil(fn
co
M
m l. W o l Filor-tow
owarcTs Quhl. 543-8M0
eng in e. B ostoi
600. Call 733-4932
350 V-8. AM/FM cassolto.
It olfor. 825-5024 Filer tow ardss i Buhl. Turn L.
mlloa. S7800.
^920 V Twin.
Turn L v isi blue nheo u so o n L
ovoninos or83:
.^ -8 2 9 4 d .y s ,
E 3/4
ton. Mini i sl btuo h ousoto o n L ________
1972 fq R D "Vi'
Vi ' t o n 4x4
1 1 ? -F a n n Supplies
1964 OOOGE
3
«
milea, sllll
1M7 FORD hoav)
w cab Powor 1979 RIVIERAVfFWO, Loadod.
T
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vnnr
will
Lockouts.
4
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'
m
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Long,
w
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W a"gl..w rshol,
iholl. PTO winct*. aun rool. rogi
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In'orV
ggiLdi11on,S1600.
llled. 733-0931,
m lloago.
automatic
'>
road w iy, (oedlol, orad
2S
h y d rau lic dum p,
t
n = ; ’'»down.
o
726-5733 oves.
S6995 o ro llo r.: 6" 6 7 M 3 ^ u ? o ’ (j;.;i;ii'SS,
Skeem . 543^082. 4.8296
GUNS FOR BAI
:all733«5836,
3 '/i c u b yd. CON
" ■I——. ■
tran sm issio n , power stoorB A J^I
pymla S100oa.Call7
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diesol. LoadodI
7"]
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^
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oxIroB, Very, vor
Oollverod b / t h o load.
ad.
--------- — ;—
A-1 Ilres, chrom
cht o spoko insldo sinco no
MW,
Very
good
io69
CHEVY
vory rasi. o x traa & parts ropi
jplocod.
new
1974-^
JEEP
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CHEVELLE.
'67
Com
ero
w
/
new
vinyl lop.
S 3 f t- 2 5 1 1 ._________
C herokee,
w hools $3200
7
n . 733-5894
condlllon. 733-4
----------------------------- -----p a in l. Call for mc
moro details
quadroirack. rad
------------ ;
Excoiioni condition,
coi
now
396 4 spd.,.new paint, $2800.
radials. robuill
—°
NEWHOUSE balo ceno
h o p p er.
122-Sidlng
I p m en t
— -------------------Closslllod , . . Ihn solution
palm, man
whocla. JITOO.
--------------------788-3303 cvonlnga,
ia.
380, many oxirai
0 w
S e o to approclalo. 734-8502
Iras, oxcolloni
• u e .A n i u ,,* a
:
Like now. u se d ono0 rr
le A utos ____ __ 10 all your nood
m onth,
SKI RACK
DO, 837-8181
1<8-‘AntlqueA
6dn.733-0931.
Call734-3il3.
tOT'Camp'Jr
condlllon, S3000,1
^
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lipment
i908' g m c 3 m toi
‘
»4900.53M?00
--'73V gG A w aoon.-350r4-spd.
11_________ __
—;------ Locking, n is O olsur
S p e c ial, v-6. loa
>A nowly ovorh e a d e rs , sido pipes, air
loaded wilM
1078 Tovoia L andCruiser ' 1935 Ply 4 door
.
1974 VEGA
s u n 2 cars,
q j CAT. hydraulic
'
ROUND METAL feed
«<> :»£•'»
<40. C all543-4754.
o v o rh o ad campor
; ~ ' K 1 ks 1?5-AuloDea
IOW tiros. *1200.
e h o c k s. now paint. S2000,
sa lers
haulod. now
Dr complolo.
ha rd lop. Low mll8s.'S4200or
mil
O o d g o -2 door
: for sa le . 6 ' diam eter,
condlllon.
TRULY IN M lf^ O
l0r0;30D.m,
733-4155
-------------------423-<017allorO:
CONO. You
bo a i olfor. 734-65:
>rd 4 door. 73J-6533.Bug, 1048 Ford
*
1 pair 175 cm Pro 1
&
c s r s x r----------teO a piece. 386-2482.
h avo to oeo lo bei
bollovo. Call .1977 jg E P WAGO
---------with Look 99 HP
GONEER. AC.
5773oreiro3 733lo r m o ro doialls
______
bindlnos. Only u so
lls 788-3303
AT. tralior towlni
«lno packago.
1966 CHEVY E
1?5-AuloDM
iDoaiera
175-Auto Deilms
:c n c
o ^ n in g s ^ _______
S200;3gg0l04
JO H N D EEF
__________
From llros now
IOW last lall.
Colloctlblo,
3C
! 11 4-F a n n lm p le m e n b
1976"F0R D p ic kKUP,
'l
Good
o o o d c o n d , $4700, 733-5937.
ouiem allc w/26;
U SED»
or bosi of.
1977 4 sp, 4■ w^ o r d r i T o
PJRM.73S^955,_
ASSUME PAYMENTS:
lu r a E N T .
Je,
INDUSTRIAL EQUie
ne w NH 425 baler &
> „ - C h o v y .- s n o r t box.
b
-N0VA,-2 door G old' ...ieC6.CHEVY.NC
a w a ihe r IH 528S & plow.
$13
1972 FREIGHTLINE
^£R. Single
w hools. roll bar,bai custom
FACTORY
bulll1 4-placo J.D , 410 Backhoo.,$13,500.
hard to p .? 327
»
7 wllh
powor
A C E HAN
iNSEN’S
M
axlo 290 cummin
Ilns, S7500.
striping. Excellc
Box 1277
snowmobllo Irailor
llor. dual J.D . 410 Backhoo, 126.000.
S2S
ellent eond.
Ol‘clo< many now
CHEVRI
ROLET
n eosaoo.
axles. Call 733-447S
or.JI2.000
Call 733-67H.
S43-8800
734-8247 jvenlng
ITS o r 438- C a t Model DOdozor.
S
1S64BlueL
>L akes N.
--------2148flvcnlngs.
-------------------- .
TwtnF/
IFans
NEW 2 sp a co snov
i^S^JmSb^e
E L L IO n iN D C
( O .,
1 4 1 -V a n s
C A SE
_________
iS f tu if r ^ e r
0-903)
■eaters
P h .733^ whools,^^ l n t o r # ^ t o n ^ i y « ^
Al ICTC
' ' “''O'tioO- 13"
T R A C T O R S P E C IA
J4CHEVYC0NVER
AU
U d Id
spare. « 1 5 .837-8854.
erteovan
_________ .
S o a la . couct,, fan.
ancy
MW
TW0 400NITROHUP
U PP S with
5b V-29M' U
: J 0 1530 wllh lo a d o r ....:
m a o w hoola a tiros.
•••H 559
tilt trailer. G ood co
condition,
I H 1l50m (x#l(,..............
LARSEN SALES ^4384001.
43
or
SIOOQtor bolh. 538-24t
: CASE 23M cal) & air. p
Bloa Ron
h o m e 43A4U.‘n <ir 438«02.
4:11
1551:____
BobH ouaion.Saloa
f r o m . . , . ; ..................jflTsOO.
$1l
1974SNOWJET440SJ
) S S T . 1200
H om o P h o n o ...
r.
,.733-1190
'
or ui so d
mllos. SSOO
.
Farm hand. 253 loador,
________ 142—Import Sports rts Cars
..S3500.
4 04525____________
).
o r t c o .............................
t
------------------ O no 922 Cat 2 yd, lo »
13CS OATSUN. 4 spood.
1979 Kawasaki 440,, oxcollont
o»
c n b , good rubber
oxcolloni
in?w/rahT
^ood
mlloaoo. <
j;.
SPECIAL OF THE WEI
WEEK
condlllon. 1200 mllo.
lilo s. 1B73 Mlchlnon 2 yd, loaders
Arcllc Cal 440. 2-plj
•p la co nil O n o HulMoader. S43-4!
19T4FOKDP
ID PMTO STATION WAGON............ * S 2 3
1
IH 3414B ackH oo........S4
.S4.000.
trailor. J2200 for p j
c r-rh T r
Cam aro SS. SStock 396
I 7 •\ i
J O 8000 Combino.t. c ab .
BICHNEBWHEA7
734-6134
^ ''9 - 0 /ack w /cusi
JSlom pin
IlLACEt DORADO........................ * 7 7 7
T9SSC/10£U
F H P T,«ii'
EQUIPMENTCOMPV
0 * a ............................•iU
MPANY
sjrlp p s. m ag whools
S14.000
1980 340 JOHN DEER
lls 543-8800
S I S
CalerpillarProdul
1975 D 00aE
I
laEOART.................................*
1268
VW RABBIT.. 4 spood.
n ryrx
COVOr. LIttI
8 0 . g£ s o l ^ r=1ENTED
en
BURKSTRACTORC
new condlllon. Coll 3
n ew tiro s. AM/FMA casaolio
(
1978 FORD
Fl
tOFESTA.................................*
1664
aoclal rtiuio. g o o d condlik
nlterSo rw eek en d a.Ulon. b est
<
;
73»543 ^
:rapor, 77
offer. Call 324-8880.
2 , place, anowm obllo.
t977PlY M
VOUTH
0ll
ARROWG T.................. * 1 9 8 8
- K l m b e r i v R o a d E .n
a
i
s
a
r
s
s
?
"
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• Like now. S p aro lirt
^
1® ^ Audi Fox. Pron
c m wheol •
—
' JO 4240 Quad, c a b 4& air.
1977PLYH0U
MOUTH VOURE STA. WEN.. . * 2 3 8 8
firm. 734-3878 e arly mo
drivo. slu d d o d anoi
now llros.
i'
' 1980; JD 4440 Quad, ca
foni cond.
i,n -ft
*-®'^ m llos. Excollon
tt^- IH
^ POU RIS 530 CC C
. fl
-. a ir; AC 7040, c ab & air:
' 208-385^^223, Boise.
1973CA0I.UI
ILAC OeVILLE......................; * 2 3 8 4 ~
543-8600
_____
1^ : J S
SS . Good co n d . S30i
. 4100 4 w heel drive, S5600;
®‘*“ ’ 3 AXLE Oooso
>S0 Nock
1980 AUDI 5000 S. Lo
o l;
S582days or 432-^11? Sel o a .
1978 CHEV.
Loss Ihon
V. M
MONZA.................................* 2 6 2 6
i 310A backhoe, lato ^mo<
Tralior. 1981 modol B
24.000 mlloa. Llko no
nowl Ono
- C a s e 2390, cab. air &. duals!
du
-----------------------------■
n o w condillon, Boavo
OTACaiCAST....................... - • 2 8 3 4
197B TOYOTA
ow nor. S10.SOO, 734.
loadlna ramp, lights, br
125-TmvBlTtaltorBa5!______
—
Q
'
i L o u o h m M le " m ^ i " .
Ilvor bmo
^33-6329____________
9.50x16,5 tiros, silver
1977 CHEVY
VYM
MONTE CARLO..................... * 2 9 7 7
80ZX in
13 0 ,
Jovoa
19“
Oatsun
280;
I:
i MANURE SPREADER.
J( h n
rolroaks,
c o lo r. S4675. 837-6383
ov
I. Jo
FOR SALE: Sllveroli
--------- oxcolloni condillon.
1977 OLOS
S CU
CUTUSS 4 DOOR.................. * 3 0 6 8
•
• D oero Hyda-push 450.
}. New
M
Farm ers
Exch
( C h a n g e , ----------------------------n^ Asking
T in f o d g laosss , c o lo r k o y o d f r o n t firx
----------S800Q, 862-3811 aflorS
Flr>or m a ts , d o o r o d g o g u o i
; conditior) >50&. 588-2g11.
n i;__ ___ Hapetm an, 837-«294
1976
CHEVROl
VROIET
CAMARO................ . . * 3 1 7 7
“
HO-Trucfa,
i n f o r m i f lo n t w in d s h io ld w ip o r sy
:ysl
sto m , a i r c o n d itio n in g , sp
1031
TOYOTA' TERCEL
T
:
j M OH HU N O MIXER fee<
to odor
Illlback, From whool
Del drivo.
r t i i r r o r s loft
lo f h o n d r o m o f o & riqg h lt h a n d m o n u o l. a u to m i
1978 CHEVY
ITYin
MALIBU STA. WSN...............* 3 4 6 4
!
. b o d s , m anure b e d s & fc
„
SH A flP 64 Ford Ranc
27.000 m llos, oxc
handling equipm ent. Mllci
■dich^B
125-CampefS&Sh«II:
leiW
D ependable Iransporli
)nn trc
l w / r o s u m o s p o o dI.. 5 .0 llto r 4 -borrol V -8. oo to f o Joflallori.
S4500.
726-3466allor
•^5Drn°"‘’’
5t
s
p
o
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c
i
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t
1978
VW
STAI
STATBN WAGON......................* 3 8 8 2 - i
,,
R epair. 201 W est Ave
...
423-8141._____________
jn s m ls s lo n , 2 2 g a llo n fu
o to n k . co m fo rtilt s to o r
Fuol
MUST
SELLII
"I
r J e ro m e . 324-051._______
1983 H o n d a CMc FE MTat
“ ^ ‘" 9
1981DATSUIII
>UNPRKUPST........................
*
4
9
6
7
•U Blue
’ SSO c h e v y 1',^ lon I
------cam por lot sm all PU.
blila c k w a ll liros, g o u ^ o p a
b oautilul Honda In town.
w h o o l , P2200 5 /7 S R -1 4 S /B r a d ia l b
1.
j NEWHOUSE bale chopp
S uper
C
Iniornal
op p ffllnled windows w /b lu e Irim
1978 CHEVROL
fflOLET PICKUP........................ * 4 8 7 6 '
toe to lall
a g o w / f rip
r i p o d o n io to r . A M /A F M
W s; t o r o o rodio. b u m p e r'° 1u h
4-7935 ■ Iroctor; 1010 Johnr oC S
E'i“
a lm o st new, S350.734-7^
r
j k i S S . I 'M ''" '" ’ ' " "
----------Crawlor. Call 324-7310
’33-5190
s t r i p s , h o>ovy
o v d u ty c o o lin g , b u m pao
o r g u a r d s , roily w h o o ls , li<
li g h t
1979 FOROM^TON.................................* 5 3 5 3
■M VW a ^ n . v ' g
6:30pm dally._________
.
I OMAHA STANDARD
o to llic , 5 5 / 4 5 c l o t h in to •rior.
rio
127-MolOfHomes
];i
I com bln ailon bed. Go
1979 BUICK
K RI
RE6AL TURBO......................* 5 4 7 3
----------1976 COMET 42 ll. Ila
ll; c ondition. 1550.734-8789.
19. •
CLASS A MOTOR HOM
D a v o 's P o rs o>nnal
c D om o
OME lor
irailor. 1971 Chovy ono
1979 PONTIAC
lAC GRAND PRIX.................. * 5 4 9 3
icCfAS,
733-1027
Iruck w/hay bod. 964
1964Ford T SCIROCCO Kamol,
G ood fonf- 2’
aloops 8. 733
. TD 14 CRAWLER. Go.
jK
oj:arior5prn.73M244 _______
du m p Iruck. good holsl
hol & Craig, Sholby, Shprp,
• c ondition. SSOOO. Call bofo
M
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ST
STANZA
4 OOOR.................. * 5 9 6 4
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Travellown. Wo h a v e a aI p ro a i
1976
DATSUN
P
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hig h lilt loader. H as cabDwilh
wl
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UNMAXNA4D00R...............
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• blow er & radio; Also 1800
18
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1 8 ^ SUBARU 4 whoo'
C ross
C oun
>untrys.
m llos. extras, 733-2117
;
il I
; Ollvor, c ab wllh blowor.•. Call
&
■ ■ ■ ■
1382 AUDI 500
500
4
DOOR...........................
S
O
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D
|
Rockw oods a n d 22 new
knos
»'a'lor> w agon, 48.500
4:30pm or anyllmo wkndi
i;
, 934-5893 attor 6om._______
jj7 ~ 5
su n ro o l. tapo dock.
—
CrulsoAIrs, Wo havoB :3 ro,9 77 4,^ dATSUN PICH
I
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1 K
^ft-O'^^SlKoichuml
iT fnJ l '"■loino 1983s a l clolos so o u t
Now tiros, m ust sell
Ii
, ba ck h o e , diesol, pow er
,,g ^
SUBARU ST;
P f'co s. Now. U sod
• v o raor; 1979 410 John Dooi
i" .? Call 328-3132 aflor eom.
■T.h-----Conslonm
enis.
C
lass
■
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WAGON.
4x4. goodj^^cond?<
,;
! lo a d e r backhoc, diesel,■----------cal
a n d Mini's. Como by &4 vlall 1978 CHEVY 'A Ion picl
“O"- *3000, Call 73
I C all 438-0787_____________
S h o rt wide box wlih sl
----------- w ith Gordie or S u e a l •.
a » o r 8 pm.____ ;______
IJ
PS. PB, AT. Call Molani
: «38 SWATHER. FREEMAI
.^ 1 0 MAINI AA>
V E . E.
7 3 3 -1 8 2 3
'a
n
lo
a
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3/4T
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^
733-3410 c r 423-4331,
8432ndA ve.S.
—, - 4 w hool drivo. rod 4 oil
!.
■ O taekw ioon. 324-3460.
1980 Ford 300-8 wllh!,il!l
tui i
sp o o d tran o ., 5,300I mllos,
r
734-2991 _________ A-1
II
condlllon. low mllo;
niios. 2 SAVEHUNDREDSOFJ
FJ-sl
p ——
—
_
MOTOn HOME FOR RE
:-------LARSEN SALES 4364D
;it5 -F « n n W o f k
_____ ’
1981 VW PICKUp I Jv/air
T ^ 4 h o m e 436-6431 or 43M9I
w S ." '
' ^ i s s S B n iFy
■jr:
NEW 29' PACE ARROW
3W for c u slo m lOppor, 734-8919. ---I,
CUSTOM manure hauling
74 DODGE s w a 4spd
pd. 318
H ,
re n ^ Sleeps 7. Call 87S<
g j y ^ l l n g 4 ^ u g l n o , C ,;
lyj*j ;
^938
-1983 f o r d heavy-duty
luly ^
Excollonl condition, $2800,
i
_____ . ton. AM/FM sloroo.). cdual Call 324-7184.
__
D odoo
la n k s. 4 spd. S6995.686-21
[CA'<971 CHAMPION Oo<
M R M ER S. TAKE A VACA^
1970 JE E P 4x4 pfCKL
oroa
m oiorhom o. 24 It.. S5!
WON NOWrWIII do chore*
S5500.
40 ft Spud hau iln g -lra
-Irailor— 455 onglno. ^ 0 0
■
• n d / o r iarm & house sinino.
_____ ____Also; 20 II. Scholl spud
lino.
________________
Jd bbod, tran s m issio n , good cor>dlc
■
Iftaured & bonded. Emerg.
_ _
432-5336.
llon.Sl200, Call 733-7157
to o . Rem ack-s 734-7758.
BAY RETRieviNQ In North
)
1 7S-A iito D ealers
I ^ A u t o Dealers
o jdo^ aroa. Call 3 2 4 ^ oc
324-5023.
___________
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5sra
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USED(CARS
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PRIVATE PILOT GROUND
SCHOOL In Twin Falls. 3
lo .
d a y s February 3, 4. 5. Reso
8 u ll9 ouaranloed. Courso
b e S150. which Includes «ii
all
ODurso malerlals & FAA
«VA
Privalo Pllol Exam 3rd day.
C o u r s e conduclod By Delt
V an O rden. 10 yrs experi,h(
n c o lt> Ground & Fllghi
Xlatructlon, & FAA Tost ex­
a m in e r. Contact. Dell aatt
734-1407 lor reolslraiion &
&
m o ro Inlprmatlon. Roglslra•aHon m usl close Feb. 1,
»y-
5
^ 2 1 — Boats &AcqB8s. .
£ v ln ru d e & Mercury Molors,
o'
b o a ts & llshina lackle.
lg
T o m 's Marina a
Gda,
a e y b u rn /B u rlc y . 678-7473. '*•
-JO H N SO N & Mercury OutL'
b o a rd s . Seasw iri Boats & E2
to a d o r trallors. Maole Valloy
M arina 733^141.__________
JSP R IN G 'S COMING. 17'
.
f lu m . C anoe, wood paddles.
a « c . c o n d . t325,837-82S3.
'
1980 18- MARQUES. In..
b o a rd /o u lb o o rd . 470 More
c ru is e r , powor Icim 8 , tltl.,
E azy load trailer. Call 7343549aftor5pm .
322—S porting Goods
132-Auto.Part8&
A ccessories
.
CHEVY 307 V-8 en g in e, ^S2‘
& Vl lon 4x4 Iront axlo. S50<
Call 733-7314.___________ _
FOR KIKG CAB PU-Bo
Sm
llnor. SIOO; Rock. SSC. c
Ca
733-0581.
TIRES: 2 Goodyear A78-i:
3u n d o r SOOO mllos, ^S4‘
733-1223 ovos 8 w eekends
L »WE
REBUILD Hydraull
y /g
Ja c k s al A B B O n'S AUTC
SUPPLY. 305 Shoshone
S lro o t Soulti. Twin.________
-—
.1979 D-50, r»o body. 1971 383
1959. 196S. 1969 VW m otors
734-5773. eves 733-7072 « '= :
350 Chovy ongino, com ploto
30,000 miles on ovorhsul
SSOOo r bosi otior. 324-8820
!i—
351 M FORD, 1979, vory gooc
condition,
monoy
oach
S
Quoronloe. S400. S37-8283 __
SO Gallon gas lank framo
m o u n t; 30 oallon g a s lank-" 33
to n oleciric chain hoist. Call
'a ll
734-8745.
SALeT T iiI,
YAMAHA 1980 YZ125. G roat
condlllon, now top en; ds .:
S600, 324-2002.
'138—H oavy Equipmeni
W
e V
e
MOO,000 U
st Cars &Pickups
Ised
1 9 8 U H E V R (H E Tr CCITATION
I
S p o rt Coupo .................
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c o v e r e d !
1
$
4
2
9
5
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Cl
$
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2
^
9
j
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1 9 8 0 D ID S M 0 B IL.E
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1 3 7 9 H E R C U IirM A f
^ ° ° ° ' Sodon. Liko N a
5
1 9 7 9 D ID S M 0 B HEE 00 E L T A 8 8 $ 4 | 9 2
R O Y A l.N ie o ..............
1 9 7 3 C H E V R O in M
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5
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Sporl Coupo. .................
..........
1 9 7 8 FORD LID
4 O o o r So d o n .................
1 9 7 7 BUICK RIVIERA
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52K so rle s. fiool good cond lllo n . • 3 7 ,9 0 0 .
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cob. M * .9 0 e , .
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Sw oop Stdo
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S w e ep S i d e ......................
733-3832
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1 9 7 7 CHEVROIET % F l e o lt ld o ...........................
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y a rd b u ck el, toar co u n ler .
w o lg h l. » a * ,a o o .
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«E R R A '^ l i £ T
c al & w ls. No llmll. PowdorIMR 4895-43S0-T322. jg/lb, 55
rnilos N W ol Buhl 543-4982.
'84
Z-28
Caniqro
- W
INTER
ICLEARANCE
JSTSELL
«
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NEW-200" MPG
•CARBURETOR
‘nvonlor says yea. ropoi
7t>«i MPG, big V8's ! Modo
Poguo-lypo vaporizer us<
p ro p an e c om ponents
sim p le hand-made p an
Low cost, oaslly-buill. Pr
producUon ' Inpul n e o d o
F re e spo cs. How-io doiall
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B<
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ing . s p o o d c o n lro l.
a u t o m a ttic
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in g w h o»oI.
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t oio r i n g w h o o l , A M / F M
s too r o o w i l h c a s s o t t o a n d m u c h m o r o . N o . B 3 - 4 4 4 .
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$16,173
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1 9 7
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1971 GALAXJE, 2<Jf ttfi
tt95: 71
Mop. a /c , plon o o r store
toreo.
Ford. 2 d r cleanI, S395;
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77 rC
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CSI
P 8 S . 324-2S74.324-71&.
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175-Auto Dealers
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you'll
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Advertise
w horo0
ditloning. c ru lso . "jjC
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find ready b u y/ o r s In
Wagon, loadod
S-irack sio ro o , sllvor. »& Ilw
i
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a cc ep t bost olfor. Col
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. 77Q fla»orS:30...-_____
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175-Auto Dealera>
16S-Autos - O k i ^
co n d . B osi offer Wado
3597 0f734-Z245
PRICED BELOW Lowv Book
........
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-7002.
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10»-Autos - OfcJa
»dsmobUo
168-Autos - Ok
OktsmobUe
ado. h iro - 1972 OLDSMOBIL
Buy, s e ll. -Irado
31LE Cutlass
classillod Is lh eD ono
oi piaco S u p ro m q , 2 door,)r, vinyl roof.
^____ Air, A /d , p /B .I. IP / S , . » » .
you can d o ll all.
__________ __ Call 7 ^ a ) 9 2 .
175-AuiDoal«j
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175-Auto Dealer
lers
m
175-Auto Dealers
172-A ut09-P’«|U»C
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.
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CABH for 1974
& new er P,U,a &
& 4x4'a.
4i
A lso
1S77 & newer AuK
A utom obiles.
Frontier Molars.
73.
a. 73*^340.
'
t97S Plymouih Horizon. Low
miles, C200 o r b e st offor.
734-6S33
—
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- While much h as
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ttie successful settlopulling t h e m itiuuid-7teDext;year.
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win Falls Tract an d recc
x a lls going to Amsterdam as
a s at b o y
h o m a d e a s lA a
: ■ North Side areas,
sas, not all Irrigated with
1th his father’s hired man.
to tb e ruD oen «
n 1Twin Falls County
“ I rem em ber the punchboardf
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land projects In
tfd s in a
“ M ay well have
; ' were winners bac
back in the first de- ston
o re there.” He also recalls that
tha the b e a n c u tte r.” [
. ' cades of UUa centui
it u ^ .
natu
atural warm w ater at Nat-Soo
5oo-Pah
Young H a n i's8 Job
J
guide the
- One of the ghi
g h ^ towns wbose then
ten served as a commi
i m u n l ^ t ^ h o r a M j ^ t o l f c>liM rrtg> ^ ^ 3 j a d out . ^
■^ history gives m ute evidence to bath
ithhouse.
!« bveneolous promi
a m i ^ of earJy d ay
‘"1
"There was a large wooden
Ien tub, runjier. H e T utgg^ied'
y
b irn ih ^ jth e »
I
« devel(^>ers
is the 1
lie long-defunct
com - perh
irhaps 16-feet square and prob
robably runners u ; ^ down
d
s o .U M y .i ^ d
K
i munlty of Atnstei
iterdam, located off two-i
/o-feet deep. All the men In the pick up the ^
V.S. 83 about thre
hree miles south o f comj
immunity would gather to ba
bathe, over them . S
< Hollister.
and
id after they were through,
gh, Uie
By Worid War
u-1, Riedeman 'u y s
SB
Tbe m ajority of the origlna] set- wom
im enwouldgoin.'”
th a t not o n l y ^(adequate
(
w ater, but ^
scouragement a f te r
Rli
tiers left in disco
EUedeman has information
ion — lack of help h&mp
n p erk producUon on ^
finding the proi
iromised irrigation comi
mpiled by Margaret Pe
P eters
Uie 160 acres.
w ater was inadeqi
equate,, and accord- Stric
rickling of Twin Falls - Indlca
Heating
“Once, dui^ng
lg Uw Depression, ^
- ing-to one-family
y aaccount,- only -four - th at
a t byn9M;-AmstErdam
1
boastei
sted 22 there w a ^ ’t bver
'eri e iw u ^ w ater t o ’ gTO
of the 21 "first famll
kmllles” remained.
'build
Ildlngs, including an eleva
evator, sav e Uie alfalf
nlfa crop already gPg
At first caUedd Harlem
P
and then lumb
nberyard,
blacksmith
st
shop,
planted,’’berecall
^ •u
m
Appledoom, after
sr ttowns in Holland, rcal-<
il-estate office, hotel, sch
scbod.
Although the iSalmon R eservoir a H
the Amsterdam1 townslte
I
urch, livery stable and mercar
was a chun
cantilfe overflowed Uie first
fli year the tra c t H |
planned ethnic settl'
ire.
. ■
ettlement, according store
I
opened, Uie sm
iucceeding drought ■ ■
to Hank W. Rlcden
lemim Jr., a re tired
Gei
?errit P eters, M argaret's fatl
father! y e a rs caused thec £setUers to form a n 8 B
Twin Falls fa rm eerr'whose father was who
lO with his brother owned
Kl theV assoclaUon andI sue the Salm on
am ong those o bffn<ning
l^
land in th e genei
lera l store,
was appoin
Minted \ p i v e r Land and1 \Water Co. for Uie B
Salmon T ract dra'
Irawing. The eld e r postn
stmaster. Amsterdam then ha
had a
am ount of water
er Utey had been | H |
Riedeman brought
ght his family to popul
julaUon of 60, with nearly 805 more
m
prom ised,
Twin Falls in 1909.
9.
perso
-^ n s llving on surrounding fa
n
farms.
But th e case wa
M03 In liUgaUon for
The townslte, abo
about 20 acres, w as
ALchurch
c
was built the firstt yc
year, several years, di
during which Ume B B
- laid oul inl912. Twc
Pwo brothers, G errit and1 the
tl residents held a m eeting
ti^ to m any of Uie ^ ttle
tiers went banknipt B f l
and Guy P eters,, were
w
sold a half- dccidi
:lde from which denomination
lion to and m oved aw ay.'
^ The courts finally interest on th e cond
onditlon they would call1 a minister. Not surprisingly,
ly, the ruled in their fa>
avor, ordering th e
■ ■
settle the remaining
ling land with Dutch Dutch
Ich Reformed won. and WUlii
'illlam land company to) 1buy back 2,500 of ^ f l
immigrants. They
y ddid so by placing Meyei
yers was imported from N
New th e 6,000 original1 vwater shares. But
. ads in papers In1 t<
towns across th e Jersey
sey. He preached two sermc
rmons th e price paid, «(3S per share, w as
United States whei
'here Dutch Immi- every
ry Sunday to a filled church,
Just, what the settl
Itlers had paid origrants lived.
Lik(
ike m any early settlers,I, the
(
g in ily , giving Uien
cm nothing for th eir
News of the newly
wly opened Salmon Rlcdei
dem ans brought their belongir
iguigs labor and Improven
emcnts.
T ract reached All
Alton. Iowa, one in a» rrailroad “Immigrant car”” aand
By about 1930,, nearly
j
all of the
Dutch community,
v
y, vihere
Riedeman lived
d 1for the first few months in
In tthe original Amsterdat
lam townslte build*
was bom in 1903.1. E
Both his parents St. Rej
i^ g ls Hotel, where the TwinIF
Faalls ings had been mov«
}ved away, som e to
were natives of Holland,,
Hi
and his Bank
lk and Trust Co. drive-in now
KJW is surrounding famu
ns. The only refather’s o'rigihal name,
m
ticfbre h e locate*
ited. Later, they moved to Fli
FlfU] m aining one. the ok
old hotel, which h as
Americanized it, wa£
•vas Henrik Willen.
Avenu
nue E ast in Twin Faiis.
been remodeled extensively,
e
now
His father, whoI had
ha a lum beryard
“We
iVe carried w ater from a pub:
JubUc . serves a s the home
)c of Glen and Ju n e
In Alton, wanted to build a sim ilar wdlI IIn
j the city park,” Riedem:
em an Kunkel.
business at HoUlstei
rter, but the lot h e says.
}. 1His father then built a hou
house
The post office,
e, which survived
drew was too far- fr
from town, so he across
>ss from Lincoln School, which
ich is untU about 1912,, and store boUi
didn’tpurchose it..Instead,
In
he bought now U
the QuillcI Apartments. H
n i e operaUid out of U>e
tc hotel In the final
^^B
160 acres on tbe sum
urroundiiig Salmon family,
Uy. lived in tents on the back
ck of y ea rs of t h e ^ w nI..'The grain elevaTract, where .iie,.raised
ra
grain and the-Iot
lot while the.-house- wa^^beb
[jebig— tor.’.-stfllin-uSe'and-'
d-vislWtf-frohi’tf.S .
hay.builL
93, isth e o n l/slg n ooftbeoiitce-hoperu]
f
^^^B
Although Riedemai
nan grew up on th e
Then
ien, his father traded this hom
lOuse townslte.
i
family farm, four
i
u* miles
south of to the
le late Mike Stronk, a formi
rm er
As a youUi. Rledc
deman worked for
Twin FaUs, wheree hhe stili lives, he TwinI F ails postmaster, for the fan
farm
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Principals.
is; stu
studying In SouUi D akota to becom ^
a cerUflcd
cei
anesUieUst; and BraodtJ
Century HI Le.
.waders, a naUonal Bind
llrciier. who has a huabnnd, Rnn, nnrij
program designed
cd to belp develc^ twoc
vochlldren.
student -Icadershii
lip skills,^annually
All
All Uiree v ^ l graduate in May.
j
spoUights 102 hi
hlgh-school senlora
. .V, .i'r
across the naUon.1. Scholarships totalq .
Clair Hesselholt of Castleford, a '
ing $218,500 are av
aw arded In Iho proraduate student a t Idaho State Unl^
gram .
versll
2rslty at Pocatello. Is amM ig Uwse«
ho have been listed in tb e recentE achorU )cl02st
students will receive
liUon of “Who’s Who in American^
a «1,SOO college scholarship
»
and an-.-.Collei
lUegMand UnlversiUes.”
■;
BH
all-expense paid trip
tr to th e naUonal
C entuiy III Lead<
ders conference In
^
Colonial-Wllllamsb
sburg. Va., in early
Mai J. Oiui-di, a graduate ofj
Mary
M arch.
Halle:
alley High School, h as been selected j
as: an Outstanding Young Woman ofJ
i
Dwain A. Klogbo
bora of N am pa, Uie A m
er for 1983. Sbe Is tb e daughieri
K e ith
nerica
t h B r u d e v o l d u s e d h is
Is g u i t a r , a n d s o n g -w r ltii
I t i n g sk ills ,- toi c r o s s cu
; u l tu r c s in C e n t r a l A^mm eric a
son of John and M
IV yrtlce Kinghorn, of Mi
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wurst of3
fo n n e r Twin Fallss iresidents, w as one Bellev
tUevue and gra nddaughter of:J
of the two nuuM
iners-up in Idaho. Josepl
sephlneW urstofTw inFalls.
i*
K lnghom complete
ted his graduaUon
.....................................................
-W '_ :__requirpm ents nt Val
.I
C 6 u l ^ ”d a u ^ t e f o f Mr. andn
e a riy and now Is enr
nroUed
a
t
BYU.
By LORAYNEO. SMITH
[TH
Mrs.
songs'describing the sir
s. fRoy Coulson of H azelton aod fl|]
simple rural life in thatt
to see if th ey would
Id appeal to children off a
, Times-News writer
Valley
country and gave awayy 2fl
Uey High Scbooi senior, h as beenll
200 records of his effort lo)
different culture. The
le ircqtonse w as overwhelm*
M arge Bauscber
7 of F airfie ld and . nam<d
supply th e nation's lack
ned Umt school’s s tu d en t of Uiefl
ack of any authbnUc folk
i
n
g
,b
e
s
a
y
s
.'
'TWIN FALLS — Whe
'M ik e Gteon of Twir
nten Keith Brudevold first
rtn P alls h a v e been month,
st music.
nUi. Kara Huettlg, a sevenUhg
“The children w e re all
; so polite and eager'■to
knew hc was going iot Bt
.n
am
e
d
to
a
lO-m
Belize, he said, “ Where is
m
em
ber
statew
ide
grader
tder
and the.daughter of Mr. andP
is
.Earlier, h e had gone5to Jam aica, with a group
leam .” And th e school
>ol principals welcomed him
th at?”
1
m
advisory
board
lo
a£
assist
tho
UnlversiM
rs.
s. h
Keith HuelUg of Hazelton, i ^
known a s Volunteers ina M
Mission, lay persons who
w holeheartedly, he says.
sa:
He
also'w
ould
invite
Like most North Am
'Ite
ty
of
Idaho
Coope
Americans, ho h ad nover
?eraUve Ebctension celved
•r donate th eir Ume and tale
^ed Uie sam e honor a t UieiJuolor^Ii
alents for a short period of
tbem
to
s
h
a
re
their
own
WJ
folk
songs.
. beard of the tiny natJoii
S ervice in a proje
Ject to belp rural highhlevel.
lei
^
Oli <
on the northeast edge of
)f Ume on som e community
lity project In an| undcrdeB ut when h e went
nt to Belize, on a second
.
people leam about«
■derine the Atlantie, whichh_YelopedCQ untty_J______
com puters. --------Q «i(rnlJU nerica,J»rder
— -volunteer-misaionrBnii
irodevoldsnys'tHTsoonTealwas formerly called Britii
“ >•;
U T T i i U a T a i fai lli^ u ca tlo n -A d u It
rltish Honduras,
Hekli
While in Jam aica, be
le k iri^ R M p iic e , 15.claughterop
Je 'walked e v e x ^ h e re —
Ized
the
naU
ves
tte
re
M
seemed
to
have
no
folk
Develc^ment
la
Ida
Brudevold, 37, movod
iaho — o r READI. Mr. and
an Mrs. Alaa P rlc o o f Tw in__ ed to Twin F alls with hiss often finding himself U
i only white person -^
the
^ s o n g so fU jc lro w n . wife and three children
M ary Emery, Uie3 project directof. F alls,
ren lo s t'^ r in g a f te r ^ y around ~ visiting scbooi
v participate In th e l98fM lss
Is, will
ools whero he Offered to
“E verything in Uieir
eir culture seem ed secondcessfully completing what
wl
says board membei
■ers will provide a Idaho
^
may be a uniques ' teach the children songs.
bo NaUonal
Teenage P a g e a n t Tbe
s.
hand. T he people all wi
want to be like Americans,
cross-cultural project iri
liaison
between
HI
FIEADI
a
n
d
oUier
pageahi
id Belize. He h as wrilten1
eaht wili be held in B oise in lato
He wanted to try out the
h e Isongs be had composed
•'S * sb NiNGooPaflsDS
<
adult-cducaUon proj
n g ra m s, an d also May.
S
/. Several
Twin F alls businesses
I__________ ^_____ — -----____ 1 review a pilot p rogram
p
in com puter a r e spot
sponsorlngberentry.
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r
«
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: -ii
•
i'
1
.
i;'-' ••vf ■- '
LinkinnQAm€erican culture
i
es w ith7-musiic
i
V
.
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4K?T?m es-N ewrs.
8, Twin
*
Fa»a, Id a h y
p
V
a
Sunda;
d ay . J a n u ary 29.1984
’
alley papppeningsis-| Bigfoted irn-laws; try huii s b a n d[’s
patience
Uie sister of Uie widow. Uien Uie
D E A R ABS
3BY; I was once advised
ID ID N TSPEA K U P
th a t a t all C»Osts
! 1 should try to keep
r_____ widow,-next bor-sons an d-their fam^k
be Rev. M aitin N lem o d ler-by the
;;
C O U p l(
5 0 th a n n iv e rs a ry
^ „
p ea ce in tiw fa
fomlly, yet when I ’m with
the Nazis flrst cann
am e
lies.
" In G e;ermany,
i
n
i
A b i^^ i
.f-rGLENNS FERRY - Mr. and M rs.I. W.M
V
. Petersen of Glenns Fei
F eny
m y Jn-IawsI ]I fed as though I’ve
for Uie Icommunists, and I dldn’
To be correci, shouldn't th e widow's
:- wUlcelebral
irate tbeir 60tb wedding annlv
Qlversary oext Sunday, Feb.
5,
' V anE
}.S,al
landed,onano(
nU uren
speak up
p t>ecause I wasn’t a commu
wlher planet. ■
^
sister bave let Uie w idow, and her
■tbdrtK tmM.
e.
the most bigoted people
T hey are tl:
e n uAy cam e for Uie .Jew s
F riendsBand
ai relatives are invited to
lu-Abby
Z j Si n ’l s p ^ up because I wasn’i im m ediate family go firs t and bc
o c a ll from 2 to 5 p.m.
jjown. They m a k e their
I ’v e e v e r knc
\ seated biU ieJront row, t l ^ she (Uie
______ .;._._jniy_w ere^
trejnam ed.ooFeb.A 1924,, a n d bave lived in Gleans Fer
Ferry -- . .feellngs-know
- '
- a Jew.— jw n-ln-m any-w ays. My
widow’s s l ^ ) bring iq> th e rear?
since then.
I.
. father-ln-JawV always b as a new
cai«_foi^the trade unD r.S p e ak ^ u p L
Then they
tb
un- A QUESTION OF PROTOCOL
................."Jolce"' tiiat ii invariably insults a mi­
......................................---------lu
se...................
and
I
didn't
^
l
e
^
tq>
because
5
your
in-laws
lonlsts,
an
DEAR PERPLEXED:
nority
group.
:-a-trade
unionist.'-Tben-they
m
can
le
t
tb
em
—
I
wasn't-a
te e n a g ^ s 5 e t- .
y
--------- rh a v e k lc kked
e mysdf fornot'q>eak- You may not educaterove
S
n
DEAR
QUESTION: T h e funeral
cam e forr the C atbdlcs, and I didn't
c of racial
TWIN PAI
rALLS - Magic Valley Regli
rgloital Medical Center will st£
start
lng up luidd thereby encouraging __wltb.one speech, but you
ant.
director usually
bistructs
Uie
stobeartiiem .
spciak up) tbecause I was a Protestant,
,
‘
a prepared
'
9d diOdblrtb
class for teena
» a g e r s on Tuesday. The eigI
eightfu rth e r incidcr
Ients. How can 1 tactfully know that you dlsapprov
hot___mntimffrs concerning th e "correct**iy-cam
e
formo,-and-by-tiiat
to
course
rs e will meet at 3:30 p.m . in
iz th e second-floor conferen
rence______ m ak e m y feell
^ g s known..contain.my "Jokes” and do oot caregS
order to file <n and be s e a te d for Uie
re was no ooe left to speak for
Apropos remaining sllein'of a piece’ Ume Uiere
' room e a db^Tuesday.
rl
lb e classes a r?ee free,-and
:
a sigjporfperson
ion is
a n g e r an d keer
ep peace in the fam ily?
service.
However,
a
t
a
tim
e
uben
0ger
years, y w as
m e."
................ encouragedt
B dtoattm d.
1 d o n 't want
nt lo suddenly blow up at should qieak iq> is this ulberan
m ost families are numb w ith grief, if
pastor
1 have k ^ t for neariy 30 yi
nlly gathering an d rxiln <
th e n ex t famt
ded
the correct protocol is n o t stricUy
h e G estapo In
DEAR A
ABBY: RecenUy I attended
everything, an<
md 1 don't w ant m y wife w ritten by a German Lutb
rh
e
observed,
only Uie pelUest o f Uie petty
iconcentraUon
a
funeral
ll
service
a
t
ai
church.
The
d y ta p d a n c e
who was arrested by the
ing for me.
to d o m y talkini
Ibis
would lake note and ! » critica l of Uie
by the Allied
fam ily off ttbe deceased filed in bi Uils
and sent to Daciiau1coi
.
TWIN FAZ
’ALLS — A beginners ci<»^
I adult tap dance will beg
jegin
» in
-P E R P L E X E D .1938
1
Irst
lapse.
id sal bl th e front row: first
o rd e r and
cam p until he was freed b'
T u e s d a y aIttl11 a.m . a t tbe Renaissance
Twin
ce Academ y of the Arts in Tw^
forces in 1945.
F alls. It wUl
vUl be taugbt by M een Wei
l^elr o f Jerome. Plans also ai
ie fbr
t
being m ade
I an evening beginners
B tap-dance
da s s , designed fc
w oridngw’Omen,
oii
beginning a t 6 p.m . Inform
Inl
ation will be avaUable t
. regirtration
Tuesday, o r by
c
j r - t b e l l a .m .r
e
ly calling
324-83S2.
:r wonder Iww people get
D id you ever'
w rite onen, a t-le ast once a weeic
You m ay’ ai s well abandon oil h (pe.
^.
to iae English tei
teachers?
wheUier you want to o r n o t F o r some
I
Chances ai
a r e your life is wrecked by
t>y
W here do tb
tiiey-como from , tbose
!od
smaii-town newspaper. In Idabo.
now, andI you
]
are' doomed to qiend
le s m e e tin g
torm entersofUthe
i young, tbose tyrants
encr
your dayss tiying to Instruct the reH .
. TWIN FAL
A U ^ - Tbe Twin Falls Gtarden
ar
Club will meet a t 2 p.m
)om. those stra n g e and
of tb e classrooi
>ung.
QuestJoas
for "Let’s Talk Laat
a
l
k
luctantyoui
Wednesday
y sat tbe bome of Jan Reyz
synolds, 175 Harrison Sl. Tb
p ec u lia r typess iwiio iniiablt tb e sm all
ly not bave time to do much
ich
guage" should be seat to: Fraa
; r.J program idll be given by JUlyn M oore,)
e, a n d Mary Anderson will glv<
»v.e
offlces In tbee iqiper stories o f old
■age___
Ijut
chances
are
you
will
/ill
WJdeaer, Box 156, BUss, 83314.
H :
tbebortlcaltu
dturei^qxirt.
ildings on college <»mc n im b iln g build
puses?
ong Uie wet
A T V A N IS
S CDEPT. STORE
c
W hat causess ithem to walk around
5 o is e g u e s ts
n
t
for
being
a
. IdlynwoodSi
d even read them , wliile . yth e do ak room, among
w ith Ixioks, andl
tiie iother U ds W B w '
overshoes,
as punishment
H
2U-:
t w i n f aALI^
d
~ The U agk VaUey
< am era Q ub will meet o«;t :7
yC
w aiting for bui
juses? Well, b e re are
t
p m Tbursda]
(day In Courtroom No. 4 o f th
tb(e Twin Falls County Ju d id
know-it-all and telling tbe
idvke to b d p you avoid
^a
som e b its of ad>
older
sister,
■
.V! Building; Bols
toise Camer a Q u b memlMrev
s w ill present tbe program.
oftbeni.
becom lngbneof
.................... etheansw ers.
soldintelligent,
F ir s t o f all. ddo oot be bo m into a
v Do not have, on irays
I a Jum p
fam ily wbose aancestors ca m e from
ae s ^ l a l l y ooe wbo is> fsistercould
p re s e n te d
verbal
aind
almost
alway
S e n d Y o u r s i zzes
e : To Us For Cur
'
E ngland, for SU
I ancestry Is a defi- ii
Mcb
>wi
■
‘
GOODING
G — A worksbop on cookii
ahead of you. Tbat sort of
a forever,
>king with eggs will be held
nile handicap. England
E
is
well-known
c
Uie
■
T b u rs d a y aU
tCGoodilig aty. Kali, as part
a rt o f tbe Fam ily F arm Fair,
Inadvertently affect you gaunUet [ ^ 2 ^
a
s
a
p
lac
e
wbere
re
It's
so
rainy
a
n
d
cold
a
l
e
a
r
t
F
i
l
e
u, too, have a
- V . T^lanri
idle, a b o ^ economist for th
tb e Northwest Egg Producers
*”
th a t p ec ^ le tend
nd to stay in an d read ucausing you to take up tb
T h o n Vino'll b o o b l o t o h oo l p th o m a n In y o u r life
C ooperativeB Assodation,
/
will dem onst
and try to prove that y ^ t
is tr a te souffles, om dets and
and w rite, often.
n.
p i c k o u t t h o p o r f o c t gg iift
f t f o r V a le n tin e 's D a y o r pi
■
_ ' Z . diocolatemxxBse.
ou
wicked w ay with words. slghtb grade,
wants you to
oo tt h o r s p e c i a l o c c a s i o n s .
if When you are in tbe elgl
______
Do not havee a grandm other wbo ir
aits
a
s
"T
he
Ignore any teacher who wa
sings old love! songs
s
N
a
m
e
.
and m ak e s up ol
n Is in th e
m em orize sucb statementfi
•
sto ries an d poem
sms to please you when oi
0 not
. aA, d d r e s s _____________
object of a preposlUon
1 end a
you a r e sm all. T
Tiy to avoid hav in g a sc
losiUon.”
A
objecUve case,” o r “Do
r
Uifomla, g re at-a u n t • wito
F a v o r i t e C o lo r _______
le rn m P iia D l
J "[n 1940, tbey went to Cafif(
to lets you p lay h e r sentence
te
lg to got you
with a preposl
w eU ^toO T ^ui
lere h e worked a s ai carpenl
uum OonstracUon
« n ter In p lay e r piano, tbe
he Mod with th e rollers b<
3 ro S iz e ____________.P
P o n ty S Ize __________
/e ra l m llltaiy facillUes. ButIt In
■
Btaddng bay’ ax
and ctitting ]unlpv sevei
in 1942, w here tb e words
ds are written to "Spr- teacher like tiiat is trying t
booked
on
langua^.
iy returned to Twin Falls
■
' “t r e a for firewood[for
to company-owned ^hey
Ills and IngU m ebitbeRtockles.”
o
.
S;O wn o r P J S iz o P S
S M L XL XXL ■
IS to have a
.G)
rnsun
turned farming until 1966, wben
wbi he
H
.-ntndies.
It is im portant
nt to have no tea cb ers fa Do not be so foolish as
lie Iaod loves N M R ' c'a_ b r i c C h o lc o __________
■
W benbew asl9,tM
be and anotber t)oy te uuice d . Since tben be has
is done in y o u r fam ily' bbackground, n o r a n y . to
nlng. Such a
fa th e r ubo plays the flddle
■
. : ilro v e a Model-T to Texas and otiier ex tee n s iv e rem oddlng of his homi
ome and persons who love
ve language and speak to
fa sing In the early momlnj
long wagon
S>^ty le Locy T a i l o r e di
■ .
BMithwestera state
a te s wbere tbey also0tlth e original faimbouse.
it co rrec tly ii
in your presence. ri<
^ rln g tlm e
^S o n d t o 'T h o S w e o th o oi rrtt IF llo " , O s tlr o o L lngorio ,
father
will
take
you
on
lor
-IMprkwl tn
m irw
EspeciaU y avoid
ies and otber sundry
u. a, 1972, Rledeman broke his
lid becoming th e off- co
rides
through the tow
^ proudhe
572 B lu o L okos B lv d .N
N .. , T w in F olU , ID 63301
Igb money to keep
ier
wbo
is
a
tea
ch
er.
Is<
^
i
S
springofam
otbei
countryside and tell you iiow
He breaU ng a horse. Hc am
O r P h o ni oo _7 7 M - ^ l ___________________
Ify
o
u
a
re
s
o
u
n
l
tnfortunatoas
to
b
e
the
Is last cow to —^
— —
e ha.d tickets to go to Europe
is of your mother.
■ '
i ; ,VYou could alw ays
d i U d o f s u d i aI iperson, be s u re you seiSuch a father wiU sell hisbecause
he
lys get a Job In tbose J J d w
)
w
a
s
postponed
for
three
moi
U
■ '
..4 a y s ,"
R iedemlan
aa
? :™
aren ’t s tu ck farr oout in the boondocics ne
says,
but b u f oth
j e n , be " traipsed all over'iEu
send you off to college, Uld
l)e< because
■
; gonwtlmfH, b e bad
o fW a s h b ig to n CCounty, Idabo, on a he
sd trouble.keq)lng S ' J Ss te e l corset.”
ier liko-that
never got there hlm sdf and
H i'^.}bem, eqieclally wfae
ca ttle ra n c h . Ifr (lhat should happen, w
vfaen bis boss found
« you a re 18
h el bdleves in you. A father
■
put
w as only 19.•. A
At tbat tlow, men
In1 1973. Rledeman Joined
ed the your m o th e r mIgh
ght slart leaching you an<
’. Be
will put you on a train when
y careful
■
' b a d to tM 21 to workicintbemlnes.
in
Oldtln
to re a d a t a n earl}
rly age, and tb a t could an<
tim e Fiddlers and has played
pli
and say, "Goodbye, iioney.will
E le t you
call it have a far-reach
ching, perhaps fatal, go,
■
..j_ In l9 3 S .b e m arried
in his eyes
ie d tbe former Joy g u itaarr a n d vocalized — "ca n 'tt ct
and write often.” Then be1wl
■
.Scwln. wbo "caugbt
senior influence, predlsp
sposlng you fo rev er to —
t
^ng” — a t rest homes and1 se
een.
;b t m e in a Sadie singlm
go. and there wlll be tears in
ey.
be fascinated wltl
1th words, w ords like
.^ w i d o s r a c e / ’ besaj
ters througbout'M aglc Valley.
says, jokingly.
ce n ter
— the first you ever have seen
ade aU Uie
“gloam ing."
"Shenandoah,”
I
t
e
»
, w i ^ you
__________ i
l*'Mariah.”
ab<If you are unable to evade
______ “ W yoming” and"
r------------------------“ get
fall under
ibove, for heaven's sake,It w
a one-room country the
lorm
er
Do
not
go
to
irefessor
of
«
h
e
and
his
wife,
tbe
lor
jeno'theTiniVersliy, do ooflf
• SeeSONGoo
liere is an av e rag e of Ute
:ided lo school, w here the
S . rele n e L udit of Hansen, decide
luce you to
h e spell of some gifted, proi
~ a ^ since no records
s m ade tbere.
is are
lea v'ee h is regular assignment
* grade; w here y our Sop
It as
Chaucer o r
* p „
i a one child In each
iterature wbo will lntrodu«
t f i ^ can only buy/ U.S.
I
records. 1 United
ned mother Is t h e ' eve
^
Methodist ministerr and highly discipline
kipiiodes, Shalce^>eare. Clu George
’
tB a rd lo ts o fC b a rlotyy lPride and other
"lau uicb
n c out on faith." in a mlnlsti
vhere you a re com - Bei
istry of tea ch er; a n d wh
7
!ven (heaven hd p you)
^tinerican m usic."
pelled
by
geograpl
iphic
necessity
to
live
N
song( to children and adults.
th a gram Jem ardSbaw.
.'B rudevold becamne
e determined to
H ei cu
i rren tly is on " ^ le d Ial
nd soon
you
a l ap- five d ay s of thee 'week in the scbooi nut
N
ever
make
friends
with
t
------- c n a t e some (oik musl'
uslc aod donate it— pointm
ig-schooU books for cou
tm e n t without stipend,” meai
K»nn<ne building, reading
edoes.Y ou
|K i r * l
narian; It might rub off, ands
because the people “o
"needed pride in
h e Is3 dependent
d
offer- w ant o f anythingg else, aro\uid a pot- mig
IIM W L
iqxin free-will1 ol
lOUld be talking Uie way sheighow
dc U iis
own country.”” So
i be wrote a ' jngs
twUied wood stove
ive in the long w in ter lani
doped
and
night
even
get
to
wondering
I
■rwg
“Corazel
»1 Town,” which
Altbc
tas had evenings.
u4ie
though Brudevold says he bas
onguage began, bow it devdo
describes li/e In tbe m
maajor town in tbe
m an y Job
.
fate,'you could spend
Ir
2S), he
If s u cb is your fs
offers (of pastorates),
Idlctlon to
.
rtierelim
aybegolng.
___ rtt^ c t where h e stave
aved. A t the time.
hn« aa "intnl pom m itm ent^-toEsllllngonthefloorpf En^
.to-hls__ you£3cbool dayssi
reversible.
C / " if ^a q i c C a r p f () c r
In this final stage, addle
.
vowed to return
m to Nashville,
preseni
ent activity, which he sees
ees as
:nglish
is
complete
and
irrev
r e o jr d tbe song aadI br
bring back some
"cbanfi
m ging discord to harmony. ”
2 3 0 S h o s h o n e S t..E
E..,T F * 7 3 3 -1 6 6 8
J to r e c o r d s for free dist
UstribuUon.
H e tu
b a s appeared in some 30 stal
(In B u rloy C b
all:
II: 6 78-2151)
,v. ,'4It took m e two yeai
’ears, and wben I
giving
lg m usical participatory p
|t. AvallabI* to on*«r mor* liten
•te n d s .
retu rn ed to Belize lai
last March, tbe g ra mIS
s fo
I r all types of community
t
tyand
c i i ^ m offldals allI tthought I was church
digroiqis.
Twin
InFalls
•
r«vaiy.»'
Both
tb h is grandfather, a Norwegl
raglan
SeoiorC ltb
tlzeosCenter
•
tiappening”
: - F o r two weeks, beB visited
v
schools,
b n m lg
r
• Friday, pinochle a t lp.m
.
Igrant
to North Dakota, and
n d hi ls
939Fourt]
irth Ave. W.
froi
^ v ln g aw ay tbe record
Drds, wbld) paint
fa th err w
v e re Methodist ministers.
•• S a t u r ^ , ‘‘pancake ,hap
s. IBut
a picture of tb e seap
iaport town, de- Brudev(
rom 9 a.m . to 1p.m.
evold majored in biology/ aand Menu:
scribing tbe p re tty little
litt park in Its
• Rimrfny ronfprrlnfO^iH
thought
;ht o f being a forest ranger
'e r or
• M onday, turkej
cey cubes,
•center
tbe flsbern
ermen wbo cast science
ce tea ch er u^Ue growing up in
• Tuesday, meat
at balls.
Im ts fo r their catcA Initbesam
tb<
ew ayas
St. Loui
ouls Paric, Minn., a suburb
irb of
• W ednesday, H
M
"oastbeef.
tb e Apostle P e te r did:ba
back at tbe time M inneai
. _ 3 i O M a l n S tN .,K ^ r l
sapolis, wbere his fath
'ather
• T hursday, tunt
na loaf wilh cheese
Mei
.DfChrlst.
pastorec
red th e sam e church for
)r 35 sauce.
•
nd cheese
... On tb e otber side of “*‘C
Corazel Town”
years,
lenu:
M
• Custom
• F rid a y , lim a bc
beans and ham s.
wltl
ta n d ra isb i ■
■1^ another of Brudevo]
nrold's composiA fter
• Monday, -macaroni and
u* graduating from college,
1
e, he
• S atu rd ay , “pam
I M
D raperies
incake happening."
saia
't l o ^ “ T beSugarM an."
rith
i)eef, mexicorn, carrot■r,
anbanana,
n .” It depicts the serv ed1 ac s tin t as a Navy pilot, th<
•
Sunday,
c»nter
I
ir
dosed.
.
‘
coff,
.life o f sugar< ane worke
rkers. the n ujor
worked
(ilad, com bread and butter, i
\m
• Vertical
d th re e years in s a l » hefoi
efore
Jndustry in t b a t g ^ d n oof Belize.
deciding
offee
- • ' and milk. '
:er steak. H
ng to enter tbe ministry" ‘
m
Blinds
ActivlUes;
- He resisted t t e l e i ^^tatlcm
ts
to stress
Althou]
ough he played trum pet in high
hlg
id carrots, ■
, • M onday, crafts
• Wednesday, iiamburger
is and quUting from
tbgbackbreaklnglaborU
)r Involved.
sdiool a n d sang bi church choir
• B e d sp rea d s
olrs,
9:30 a .m . to 3:30 p.
)tat< es and ^ v y , peas and c
p.m.. pinochle a t 1
tit fe lt It m ore im porta
rtant to give the Brudevol
irold was 31 when h e bega
s lItucu,
l«
sgan p .m .a n d b in g o a t77p.m.
p
cd
e
ry
.and
green
• Shades ^
cbHdren a positive ima£
lag e of workers w ritin ;gsongs
s
and also learned to pla
play
• Tuesday, exercl
Ices,
bread
and
butter,
ap(
■ c lse d assatlla.m .
tboy could identify with
Ith right in their his grand
n d fa th e r’s guitar,
and b b ig o a tlp .m .
I I
• V e ro so ls
>ffee
• 1 and milk.
own countiy.
Reccntl
oitly, lie has broadened th
^
• W ednesday, cn
trails and quilting
slaw
1 peppers,
■
■ “ I think It’s Importai
• Friday, chill con came,
rtant tbey (the scope of h is songs to appealI t to
• Mini Blinds
from 9:30 a.m . to 3:30 p.m. a n d
m
^m
cobbler, ■
datives) bave a song sayl
awl wllh carrots and greenr pc
aylng God loves teenagers
ers. Last year, he won firs
first
grocery delivery -— call order to
coffe
- tbem In tbelr own countr
m b rea d and butter, pear o
mtry, for every- ninner-uj
•up honors in tiie professions
onal
M azty’s M a rk e to n[Tuesday.
T
• £ and milk.
Has been H
thing they Iiave, even
en tlie g o ^ ,
gospel category
a
ffee
of the Music Clt:
• T hursday, pinod
x h le a tlp .m .
canc
ther.
I
^
com es to them second4uu
• Saturday, breakfast has
band.”
Song Fesi
e stiv al, wllh a num ber calleJ
died
; B nidevold’s oxperleno
nces in Central “He P ick
n c d e d becauseof Uie weathei
Icked on Mc,” wiilcb willI b(
be
A m erica are only one highlight
hl{
of his rd e a s e d in
) M arch by Comstock Re
ReS
l
l|f e lo tb e last four-ond-i
id-a-balf years, cords.
..
H
A t y our
ir h o u s e . A t y o u r c o n vv ee rn i e n c e . D e c o ra tin g D e n
e s a b e a u tifu l s e le c tioon
n o f to p -q u a lity colora n d ’ ' I
feature:
■
.co b rd inn.a t e d s a m p l e s of d r aappee r i e s . c a r p e t a n d
I
BenE.
Katz, M.D.. F
iv
erin
g
t
o
c
h
o
o
s
e
from
> n d all o u r p ro d u c ts
H
wallcov<
Tl.. A
J.F. Trotter, Jr., M..
^.D.
H
a r e g ulaa r a n t e e d !
Harold R. Geist. M.i
4.D. ■
ents D ays. Evenings,
V e e k e n d s, ai your con.o n ■ . 1
A p p o i n titm
r
5, W
PaulV.MIIes. M.D
D.
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veniencc
0 8 . N e v er a charge o r obli
o b lig a tio n .
.
Bradley K.-Gore, M.
l^.D .
H
F re e Oei
e c o ratin g Service.
V
5le celebrates 6(
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L Childbi
birth ciassior-t«
H
'
Adult beginners
b
stud;
E
H:
G arden club schedule
I '
Cam era
ra club hosts B<
I
‘CcMakin
ing with eggs’ pi
H o uV to avoi«d becorm
h
i n g a n I English
in s tru c to r
S w e eth c
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Sunday, January 29,1884—
4 — -Timos-NewB, Twin Falls, Idaho B-3 - -- -
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i
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I
33^1 fa We?'■ndell -
g , V a i c a t i o)n
f
p r e3 e J s
By TERRELL.WILLIAMS
V
.
.
Times-News cor
o rrei^ /jd e n f
p la n
c eo u n cil
M
H
WENDELL —
- A pollcc officer suddcnly taking m ore than two weeks
vacation time m
n ay prompt vacation H
policy changes;tn
ir Wenddl.
■
OnJon. 13,0ff
'fficerCilftonLauritzen
turned in his resignation,
r
effecUvc
Jan. 31. But hiss last
1 working day was H |
Jon-14, since for
arth e rest of Uiis monUi
using 15 cdays of accumulated
vacaUon Ume, in addition to his regu- - ^ 1
lar doys off.
■
At the Wendell
ill City Council meeting
•
last week, Mayo
yor Otto Lemke quesUoned the lengl
igth of Uils vacaUon,
which is unllm
mely because police
•J
Chief Mlko Tamnbini
l
resigned Jan. 17, i p
•
wiUi only two day
oys notice.
The two resi
islgnations have left S n
Wendell wlUi Just
ist one policeman.
City clerk June
ne Holm reported thal
iM A Y O R O T T O L E M K E :
M .v
Laurltzen's vaci
icaUon time has acQ u e s t i o n s p o lic ie s .
r
cumulated sin ce.
e July of 1982. and Uiat
■
^
his current vacaU
lUon Is leglUmate.
nas
las received ejuite a few applicaUons
"It's very co
w
confusing," she told imd
md "som e very good ones” to fUl th e
council member
ers, explaining Uiat vacx
/acancies of Tamblnl and Laurilzeh,
each city emplc
Jloyee receives five- who
vho resigned to take oUicr work.
-r.
sixUis of a day of
)f vacaUon per monUi,
^A chicf, he said, will be sd ec le d
^ ■ jM j
orlO daysperyea
20T, but the employees'
rom among tho two new officers ^md 4 .
cannot use that vacaUon
vj
time untU 12 o3an
an Kennedy, WendeU’s o n ly ;^ ^
•—ry. .
I^ H B
monihs of empii
ployment have been moU
nalnlngofficetr.
completed.
CouncU President Bob Thackeray
^gES
Since he sUirtc
•ted in June of 1982,
rould not predict wben Uic co'i^ U
B jj M
Laurilzcn had use
ised only five days of and
nd m ayor wUI sdect Uie new '^fhis vacation tim
tl e. Holm said. fjcd.
Icers.
Therefore, the citj
Ity had to let him take
!> say, tak e your time, mayor,
“<■I’d
paid vacation Umi
me for Uic rest of Uie and
nd• when you’re saUsfled we’ve got
'■•I'-"
month,
and
it
can
annot
hire
a
replaceenoui
d is p la y s s c v c r n i fis h t hluit
a l liu s n y s d i e d iii tliuL*ir a c e w a y s ff e m la c kc o f f e e d .
R o s s P a r k e r di:
nough (applicaUons), then hoUtf,’'
mcnt until the resi
signatlon takes effect h eesaid.
sa
•
onJan. 31,shesaid
lid.
In oUier tHislness, d ty Siq)eiin^
"I've checked1 and checked and tende
sndent Charile Doty reported thd^t|ie
M
doublixhccked, and
i
I don'l know cra^l
racked truss supporting tbe roof of
«
’
what to dOr” Holm
n told thc councU.
Q ty
ity Hall recenUy has dropped a t
Lemke and the
le countii members jgast
ByHALBERNTON4
last Uiree o r four Inches from 'the
^
ZX
m arket-slze, EUis ssays they have provide
de good fishing for Uiose: th al
briefly discussedI ithe city's vacation rnftpi
ifters it supports.
‘■: '
77/Tjes*^ews writer
been kept on a low-fe
•feed diet, so they enjoy’ fi
fishing,” Parker said in
1
n his
plan and agreedI Uiat
t
It needs to be
“ It’s definitely giving a w a/'-o p
^
do not grow too big.
letter.
revised.
there
lere,” he said. “It’s got to have
HAGERMAN - • A
An a2-ycar-oid
—7
O ne trout farm1 manager conThiss reporter
r
m et with Parker
;er a l
- The plan now sta
tates that employees some
im eUiingdonetolt.”
•
H agerm an m an said
lid Friday h e atm
■_'~2 tacted by The Time:
ies*News on Sat- his rive
iver-side log cabin, south
th of
should give twcKw
-weeks noUce when
tem p ted to free thous^
Doty suggested Uiat tbe t n d s J w
tusands of golden
>^
u rd a y said that rcccj
cent experiments Hagerm
rm an, Friday afternoon. Whi
^en
resigning,
D p I ^ up-tem porarily rigHt a v ^ ,
tro u t from a fish farm
rm alongside the
« have shown that it is possible to I arrive
Ived, Gooding County sherifl
riff’s
"But if Uie coi
MuncU
and
mayor
hUe engineers and insuranee'‘‘adS n ak e River because
lUse he thought
m
wiUihold- feed fre
rrom trout In D eputy'
ty C. Martin Mlnard was quc
quesaccept it (a rea
'esignation without justci
stcrs exam ine it to dedde \|h a t
th e y w ere starving.
Biil
racew ays for prolon
ongcd periods of tlonlng
lg IParker.
noUce), It doesn’t
n’t m ake any dif- must!
ust be done.
R oss Parker, a rc)
retired rancher . W U
tim e without endonge
gcrlng Uie healUi
After
sr Uie deputy left, we took
tok a
ference what theB policy Is," Holm
Mei
MeanwhUe,
for safety puiposeS,'the
a n d avid ^ r t s mnan,
oi
told Thc
M
of th e fish;
boat rid
ride up the river to thc Inlc
Inlet.
said,
uncU a g r e ^ to no longer ailow a
Times-News he opei
>pen^ the end W M m
• B y Friday morning
lg, Ellls said that WhUe 1: 1 stayed Ui thc boat, Park<
irk er
In relnlcd buslm
ness ot Thursday’s S Sel"dd u b and a rock du b to meet in.the
le Volley Trout
s c re e n gate to one
w orkers had discov'i
)vered a screen once agi
igain inspected Uie concUtlon'
on of
councU meeting. Le
Lem ke said Uie cily back
i
ick room
of City HaU.
F a r m s Inc. racewayy oi
on Thursday tb |
'^
gate open In one of
)f the raceways, the flsl
'ish. At this point, sever
iberal
allow thc fish to esc
escape into thc p i ^ H n
^
w hich had allowed an undetermined trout-far
farm employees arrived aitUie
t tl
S n ak e River.
n u m b er of golden ttrout to make scene arand informed Parker that 1
“ T here was no malic
allclous intent. I l r H »
^
th e ir way into an inl<
nlet leading into was t r ercspassing. Wc then left U
w a s afraid they were
re (going to d ie,'’ C r S M
S
theriver.area.
P a r k e r said.”
H
Also on Friday imorning, The
Contac
tacted Saturday, EUis said
Id the
J
An undetermined amount
ar
of fish
"
Times-News received
ed a letter from has not)tddecidcd if he wUlfUe chargc
' w e re released from
n tthe raceway.
P a rk e r, alleging thal
' KEN
lat Uie fish had as a resi
•esult of the Incident. He saj
according to Ken EUis,
Jls, the owner of
' • j-' H u d s o ld t h c fts h
not t>een fed for more
•e ithan six weeks he Is wa
waiting untU an investigatic
creialuse.
Illon
By BONNIE BAIRl
RD JONES
"»crci
VaUey Trout. Thee fish in the
<
and w e re beginning to die. Hesald It- by thee <Gooding County sheriff
er'
“"We
W( are interested in Uie B eU e i^
“ “I
7Y/nesWeivs writer
ra c e w a y were in gooc
food health and laws, sisays that thc fish In thc
ho
w as a “ pUiful and dis.
llsgustlng occur- complete
ete.
land,
Id, sln w It would fit w di intow ir
'ay already had been sold to
w e re not mistreated,, he said.
racew ay
to
re n ce.”
•Iff Robert Ajn said Saturda
Sheriff
iilU-use program ,” Austin s ^ .
SHOSHONE - - _The exchange of
er area fish farmer. This
“ T he feeding patten
tem Is norm al,
.another
’Is
“ I t m av be too late
:e to save all thc th at hisis invesUgation is contlnuln
h e r e are stream s, vegetaUon.';aod
public lands for privaU!
p'
land to acTher
je ;you that the fa n n e r:r 1is providing lhe fish with
an d I can guarantee
Ilh
golden Liput, but an effort
el
should be and no >ccharges have been fUcd. H
oioglcal condiUons thal appeal to
commodatc boUi Inl
Interests Is taking on ecoiofi
nd gradually processing them
feed and
r a te o f mortality is not above
!m
m a d e to save as man
any as possible, had no3ffurther comment about th
rprogram s.”
^ “ 1®
emphasis in Uie federal
f
Bureau of
lipment to a California fish
• fo r shipi
a v e ra g e ," EUis said Friday.
Fri
sh
and release them in
into Uic Snake incidentnt untU the invesUgaUon
1
3n Uie oUier hand, be says," the
" if
Land Managemeni
n t ’s real-estate deu to r, hesays.
EU is, whose trout business
bu
is try- dfttributi
R iver, where Uiey ca
ean provide for complete
cle, probably later this weeii
Goodii
oding famiUes, would like to gtit'rid
partmenl.
e most
of the fish are already
ing to reorganize undei
ider bankruptcy' ' • 31nce
r
dy
them selves, and at thc
U same,Ume
• •• sSee FISH 00 Page B4
they no longer use It for
.M ikeAustln,arei
■eal-estaUjspeclalist o HIttbbecause
t
izing and It Is not suited tO
-------- 1 in Uie district office
ce in Shoshone, says grazin
velopment
’ two proposals inow arc being «*evelo
HIee says
s
^ 1 evaluated.
he hopes the appralsals'wlU
la te r Uils year and 'Uiilt
Id Cldan families of' he fhilshed
flnl
I K k,
'The Arkoosh and
n
s
can
go
abead
for
the
exdutn}^
Gooding Counly hj
have p r o o t ^ thc Plans <
ByDAVELEW iS
the amount of moneyy L
h eeffollowing y ea r.
; •
exchange of land nmea r B eU^uc for a in th
that was raised throughh a- storage tank and not
o t the oUicr two phases of iUie
Times-News writer
mother sm aller exchange Is den^site in Jerome Coui
$490,000 bond-issue sale
it 1381.
leln
ys.
lUnty, along U.S. 93
Anot
project, Coleman says.
opIng
I
Since then, the projec
ng between
the BLM and Ute Little
iject has been redesignedI tto
loncy wUl cover the estlmai
n ate d
andlnlcrstalc84.
Thc bond-issue mon
HAU-EY — HaUey's: lor
long-sought w a te r reservoli
'olr lower the cost of constn
h C reek' Grazing Association ^ f
apital
Austin says the5 jproposal Involves f'ish
struction; says' Jim Colemar
an, • $400,000 cost of Uie
le tank, and Hailey’s capi
Id K ^ a n Creek may go
;o oon line this su m m e r, after
rter Uic city’s engineering cor
consultant.
rey.
aboul 5,300 acres ov
owned by the Good- Carey,
’"'Irhprovement-account
mt funds wiU pay. for Uie work
wc
m o m c a tio n s
the deslj
e s l ^ should cu t th c cost; of
ol
Coleman says he hope
his one would involve about^'BO
ing County famUicf
lopcs thc new bids are lowe
says.
ver ontheotherphases.CColeman
o
les and about 2,300
This
co n sfuction.
cs cof privately owned land near
d.
acres
Uian Uie earlier bids for
)r U
the three-phase project.
os shortened thc transmissi
Isslon
acrcs of public land.
Also, Coleman has
T h e c ity now is asking
fo bids on th e construction
g for
ion
ey, which is being offered foi* 60
checking Uie Carey,
K* Ifor
"Right now, we? are
.
line's route and has
s isubstituted sm aller pipe
of tlic million-gallon stora(
lon
A sliollower storage; tai
tank — down,froni 25 feet■tito some of the project to cut cost. Thc sm aller pipi
•rage tank, new transmission
BS of
i BLM lands In the samfe
)iping
resources on boUi and
a attempting to acres
Unes. and improvements
Uic 12 feet high —will cut thc cost of excavation, which
its to thc spring th a t is thc
crai locaUon, northeast of Carey,
k-ater.
equalize the valuess on
i the two sites,” general
wiU not affcct thc flow of wati
ch. will save money but wll
so u rce of the water.
. he ^ y s , was probably' th<
thc m ain reason for thc higl
h an exchange, Austin says, wodld
Igh hesays.
Austin said last wee]
» k . “ Tho exchange Suchar
nld bids lost fall,
If aU goes well, construc
ruction on the p ro jec t should
cfit boUi, shice Uie BLM land'lb
request has been uni
m der consideration benefit
lys
In that round of blddln
[ed
EventuaUy. Uie city
s ta rt by mid-Aprii or whi
Idlng. thc c ity had estlmalec
when thc snow m elts, says
Ity wants to put In a hydrocli
questloi
stion is cut off from oUwr BLM
oclec- forabout I2 years.””
Wordcdl Rainey, the mayor
the work would cost $532
es, trie generator a t thcc oouUet of Uic tank and sell
yorof Hailey.
t
>532,000 for aH three phases
>erty by segm entsof private land,
}ll the
Originally, he sa
says, Uie Gooding propert
“ We hope they are onI thi
ow but the bids cam c in from
ive power to Uie Idaho' P
the job as soon a s th e snow
Power Co., to help .offset
t
rom $100,000 to $230,000 above
it is very difficult to manage Uwse
:l the
group proposod givi
iving the BeUevuecosls of operating thee vwater system,
Is gone,” Rainey says.
thc estimate,
ill parcels
th at are cul off,'' lie
area site to Uie BLM
M , in exchange for srnall
f
for
Right now, Coleman
Once construction begii
an says, thc city Is waitingI for
foi a some land near We»ic
rill
Coleman also says the-clty
thi
now Is asking foi
egins, thc co n tra cto rs wlli
n d d l. But since the s a y 5.s ."“There a r e a coiqile of small
have.90 d ays to complete
i proJcct, which would
ik, contract a^iMsment.t. from Idaho Power and
iree phases: thc storage tank,
ite thc
tld separate bids on the three
ngs that prcxluce during Uie'spfn d a Wendeii site was not
n In Uic BLM's springs
m ake It operational In poss
improvements to Uic
» t licensing exemptionn from Uie Federal Ener
ossibly July o r A ugust.
c :spring and a 4,200-fool
months on th e associaUon's ^ronergy exchange proposal:
als, the famUics ^ 8 moi
The c ity had hoped to3 begin
\x
Regulatory Commissli
sslon.' before It moves ahe
^ct transmisslonllnc.
work on th e project
ihead . dianged their reque
y. We
MSI m tlie Jeromo POrtyV would lUce to acquire Uiesfc
he with thal part of Uie pro
last faU, but bids for the
p:
e project
cam e In well over
project.
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Thc orlcinal bond issue
sue was for c»nstrucUng thc
County land, whichI Is
1 zoned for com’*
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jx c h a n g ^
2“ pond<ered in ttw o areas!
C o st culits coulcd speed iup \A/ate2r reserv*7oir worl
CUnures e x alhange X
1 ‘rays5, otheir d a ta across phonee lines I
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B yD A V Ei:£W IS
loilsts a t Moritz can detcm
twork was J u t in qxsciol
The tcle^liagnostlc netwt
irmlne if sur“j t saves
/es Iho individual patients Ilots o f certain areas of aan X-ray fo r more detaUe^i.
place by a group or doctors
o edthe(3iallls gcry ls
Is needed, o r If a tranqw rttlfloecessary,
la
-scaU
money,” hhe:
esa y s.
- study, an advan
vantage ovetr normal X-rajjj
ssays..
• ■ .■ ;
Medical Grotq) — a group
c speciaUsts In P avisJ
IP of
T h ec o rto
io tte to d la m o l^ ^
m a l fei> reiadlng.
ATClatlvely-new-tievice—“ SQlTVMIfey
S
—
B S nhedinics charged by
by the Ciiaffla group for an1 X-ray:
:
“ Insomeways,. f a s S o H ^ i a g e in IHaij
in
th a t traRsm lts X-rays
ivc a BccoDd qplflioQ from11 ia ^)eclalist an d a sm aidl
^ >
and other diagnostic
ii ChaUls, thc town’s only
inly doctoc and a recwivc
U lfee for tranamiUing the liM
sage.yqu can dectroni
ronically m anipulate tbe in^a
dlnlcs and la rg e r m edi- ^>eclaUst
s
In Internal medicln
d a ta l)etween niTBl cUa
c in e ..
and an
....O hU iescn
are ^ veii m ore assuraoce(IriwhatUjQr
Id
sending » d , dlher ChaUls or
trA rco.
age,” Davls6ays.
lysig t
between a Sun
Members of the group mal
olng, Davis soys.
make re g u la r trips oredoL
c a l tacUlUos is'being
anX -rayor<
o r o tb er diagnosUc data, s u di r a s a n
OveraU, thee -s
- system presents a gooaS
clinics
In
CbaUls
and
U
V alley hospital and d l
to Chains to see paUents, Dav
)avlssav8. - •
elecUrocardii
rdio^ram , Is placed before aI teJevl->
t
jpedalist on tb e receiving
picture'to Ute spec
Arco.
sra.
has h e lp ^ a lot," he
i so fU w sioncam era.
' ■ » rcaUy
«
lesay
hesays.
, The biggest need for t h ecqulpm
^
oit is jn nn arrange
igement, which bas o p mIted
te belweeQ-J._;.-..c:-— . •
ime
...........Daylsr, became acquainted .'wlUi t d ^ S
emergency, such as a ca r act
a c c i^ n t, wHenan SunVal
» -com pr^ i6n device reduce
■slow-flcan" television
T h c' devjce, a ‘‘slo
aUey and CbaUis f o r o o e yw^ . *‘Jt glv<»
ATvTdeo-a
CCS the
dlagoosis In Colon
)Iorado, where Itflrst was used? ;
immediate diagnosis often1 Is
1s Deeded,' P a v ls ' them more
n
- traaam l58ionover{Sq>b
q>bono iin^KoUows Dr.
confidence .In M ^lAt
t Uiey nre frequency/ . of the video sl^aal
n
lo r . between m ajor
sr hI o ^ iu u s In Doiver o iiij ■
Reading thc X>ray m ay e x c e c d 'th c . doing.:’
Jk>n over coavenUonal telej
transml8sk>t
o i o ^ t at M oritz Com- ' says.
«
Dennlfl Davis, a radioloi
lephone
Glennwood ^wtrlngil
lnj to rural are a s on boCb^ •
cxt>erUs8ofU>clocal'staff.he:
■m tm lty Hftspital^todlflgt
}jKben..cost-.—
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rabouFa'secoSBTogelTfaTi
^Tnia^
^ ImUac. system
iveness Is becoming m ore Im
Important In
W takes at
tem s now a r e e q t^ U n g i^«
d<
dwlflion ^f vrtieUier to pcrfp
srfprm surgeiy or medicln
^
tele-diagoosis------ occ
■- Tbe* X8fult -ifl'-a ■qul
icc^nxqMUled— from o n e ooff the-dlnlcs to Moritz^ wh«
h e ro lttiip D ro y ^ O e B a dda
a and
t
In Uie oortbero aetUe^S'
tnbisport tbe paUent to a Il a ^ r m cdlcal wJUi-itttMepbme coosullatkm - ccan fa v o a ap p e a rsom
- rftagnftgu, as weU as as savings
st
tb Uie paU ent tr
n a televlston screen, Davis s a
m ents in Alaska.
a.
.
tu re wlU stay on thc screen a£
— !
paUentIt money by avoicUng unne«
o t th e cost of an unn
mnecessary trip to a ' cen
^ ter to get expert belp.
eeded t r ^ '
The pictur
TheconaecUon
ion to Arco, to tbo Lost Riverv
B ot wlUi Uk te le ^ g n oXMtic
sl
equipmeni, portaUo
a s needed,
Jo n o rs u n ;^ . ' . •
1, tand the sender can zooma in OS H o ^ t a l , weot onllnetwoweekaago.
m ed ica l center.
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dyAOB ER TLEEZIM
IMMER
TIteAssocJatedPress
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■DECATUR. IU. - - A
Most farm ers probably
will Ignore pleas to) 11
limit com planting this
^ r l n g , and that could
uld lead to another huge
iresident of the U.S. Feed
g ra in siuplus, tbe prea
G rains CmmcU soys.
feci that’s exactly where
“ I can’t help but fee
n S
September of 1984 Just
w e!re going to be In
al <
electton," said Darwin
ah e ad of the political
Stolto. " I frankly thli
think the fa rm er is still
f a < ^ with having to be
: ^ ;« n d e n t on how
an produce a t whatever
ttlaiiy bushels he can
p ric e h e can sell It in occ
order to pay his bills.”
00 farm ers a t th e Illinois
.Stcate told about 5001
C o t o ^ y Conference
e fFriday the woMd wiil
lic re aage
need all they can produce,
ce, but " it’s not going in tere
te sted in agclpulture aand
n foreign trade
to happen this year.’’
•
a id
n d a g re e on a policy tha
h a t could benefil
He said if farm ers don’t!
I’t limit com planting
cvei
■eryone.
this spring, it could leadI to a harvest of up to
H< suggested that Preside
Ho
ident Reagan apj
8.7
billion bushels next fall,
all. II was that kind of poin
lint a commission of poop
ople from farms,
|production in 1982 thal cre
created a h u g e ' c i t i Jc e s an d labor unions to devi
evdop such a plan
i
surplus
aod depressed pricc
rices.
forrthe
t future.
The governm ent r e ^ onded
)^
last year with
“ 1his could be the veh id ee to
"T
U bring together
l paym ent-in-klnd (PIK)
Its
K) program in which
thBe continuity
i
we need,” said
lid Stoite. He said
i
farm
ers w ere given surplus
lus grain in return for
that
a t in th e p ^ even fa rm era
e r have_not.been ..
ai dram atic decrease in plan
lantlng.
a bIc
le to a ^ e c on an agricul
cultural ^ 11^ to
“Believe m e, tbere willJ b<
be no P IK " j r otber
reco
commend to Congress, anc
Uld thot has hurt
mi ajor p n ^ r a m "to bail us out,’’ saio Stoite.
then
;m .
i said th a t m eans “agricu
He
iculture could be the
Th
rhough
demand for U.S. gro
^ a in will be weak
c
crisis
Issue com ing into the
h e jpoliucal debate of
inth
t he im m ediate future, Stoltc
)lte said there wlli
i
be good
gi
news later. He said1 a growing world
Stoite urged farm ers to iunite with others
popu
pulation produces “another
ier Chicago every
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^ b O N KENDALL
Associated Press
i ^ ^ H IN G T O N -T rhe
b e naUon’s feed
wn sharply from
g r i ^ Inventory Is down
ulture Secretary
a
ago, but Agriculti
J61iri R . Block la urgini
Bing fnniiers lo
'em m ent’s 1984
sign iQ> In tbe goven
acreage program.
In signing
up in
F a rm e rs could begin
t
the 1984 CRV programn o>
on Jan . }6 and
bave untU Feb. 24 toD eenroll in proat, feed grains,
g rains covering wheat,
cotton and rico.
price support
I ^ . b e eli^ble for pi
ic e guarantees,
benefits and target price
take a portion
farm ers m ust agree to0 ti
from production
of thielr base acreage fror
o ddo in 1983.
this y e a r, a s they had to
here will be no
E xcep t for wheat, lher
ram this year,
payibent-ln-kind progran
niiiions of acres
In 1(93, farm ers look mill
m production
in
of additional acres from
p
pius PIK comexchange for froe surplu
n iftie s . .
ip vwith a group
3n:& telepihooe hookup
!k ssaid farm ers
oC«)ni producers, Block
the 1984 pros^ ig c l understand thatit tl
w^at will be
gra n : a s announced Iss w
a 9 a ^ I e and that itt ywould be a
n^BSim for producers ttoo 'wait to sign
» s will quickly
ISJwpes that Congress
apptpvehlgherbenefits; •thing miracuthink that sbmethl
>en to change
loiisCjs .going lo happen
linking," Block
cv e ^ th ln g Is wishful think
s a le sr to
)‘tt<muddles the w ater
t l)e changbould stay Just
ing n iles, so I think it sbou
a ^ it^ to ^ ."
said that the
•pfif com producer sai
ats could keep
$a,Q n lim it OR payments
Euticipatlng in
ada^ farm ers from parti
iered if the lid
life e to g ra m and wondere
• c^uQ beraised.
inly ia there no
3 Io c k said thfit "not only
tUtude of the
U tne-to lift it, the alUti
would eosure
Cjonn«sa and lbe public: wi
1believe."
th a t « e could oot lift it,ib
c
ures released
^Meanwhile, new figure
A^ufliay by the Agricultu
iiture Departthe im pact of
*meijt^contlnued lo show' th<
PIK program.
■lat^fear’s drought and PU
»m U iventory
. ->\»of J a n . 1, the U.S. con
hels, down 4!
tdUfed 4.S3 billion bushel
p e r ^ t flrom a year ago.
ibushelsw ere
:0 Cthe total, llblU ionbti
e n tle ssth a n a
stored on farms, 46 percent
lon bushels in
y e a ra g o , and 1.83 billion
)ff-farm locaelevators and olher ofM
UooS; down 19 percedt, tithe departnieilt s a id in a qiuuleriy rep
report.
was
J a n . 1 sorghum stockpile
stoi
bushels, down
reported a t 651 mlilion bu&
26 p ercent from a year
ir £ago. F arm
jushela, wero
slocEs, a t 148 million busi
off-farm in*
down .45 percent, while! ol
ventfiries of 503 million bust
lushels were 7
percent less.
at 11.29 billion
• Soyl)ean InviuitoHes, al
perccnt from
bushels, w ere down 28 per
at 631
Jon. 1, 1983, with farm stocks
sto
enl less. Offmillion bushels, 40 percent
f^UTn soybeans were rcpon
ported at 659
perccnt from
r^lilon tkishls, down 12 per
i y e a r earlier.
ply was 2.32
: The J a n . 1 wheat supply
lly 8 percent
biliion bushels, down only
f ^ m th e record level of
ol a year
earlier, the report said. Fo]
Farm inventorics w ere reported at 1.
txishcls, 13 percent less.
S p e e d ncgulatcr/
ti*r<
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/- ^
hot "translates
three
c a half w eeks" and tha
je and
inloIdemand."
dei
sold Uie
T o0 e. capture
.
those m arkets, StolU;
St
govern
emment will h a v e to helpI tUiose notions
qitfilaB
devdo|
elop Uielr eeonomiesrStopUis
tries;
ond
stop
lim itI ir
Imports from o th e r countri
rts for political
lg embargoes
to lim it exports
using
e
reasom
wns.
;i“The
rhere is a m arket out theree for anything
» " If the U.S.
and everything
evi
we c a n produce'
fordgn policy
avoids
ds Uie kind of “ stupid" fo
the 1980 groin
dfcisioi
slons of Uie past. He cited th
ind iimitations
largo ogalnst the Soviets ant
em barf
pie’s Republic
ooi texti
jxtUe imports from the Peopl
rge customers
o^Chln
hlna — both potenUally iarg<
for U.S.
J.S. grain.
i n the
the case of R ussia, he said1 Uie
I embargo
il
Uie Soviets to find oUter natkuis to be I
h as led Ute;
ajor source of g ra la In tbe case of
their major
Imltlng Its sa le of texUles Jo Uie U.S. ;
China, limit
of casb and "shut off ,
deprivedi China
C
piirfl^°°*"gIng-poweiL-fbt-your-com-and-soy-^*—
twans.’’
Major fac
factors in th e current weok demond .
for U.S. grahi
gn
overseas indude Uie strong ■
old Stoite. H e said Uw Japanese, for
dollar, said
example,,m
mtu stsp ^ d tw ice asm an y y e n to d ay !
to buy a biisha
bus
of soybeans as U»y sp ait abc *yeors ago.
0.
Another
p
;r problem
is th at U.S. government ■
price suppor
iport program s for grain have tended !
to keep the price artlfically hlgb, be said, ;
whlie other
r
icr naUons
took our markets away by ‘
rless.
selling forlc!
Itrrigaltio n lbraimistorm
tcaking rooit in Idiaho
3
cropping up io dev
evlse new compo- idea. for
for an energy- and labor-saving
nents a n d supply par
arts essenUal lo Uie system
em and le t his engineering staff
new sy stem . Only about
a
three years looseon
son it.
legoUon Is showing
Cablei
otion out of th e lab, cable]
KIMBE
BERLY — An inigatU
ullcy
iblegoUon Is decepUvdy sbnple.
^
bra in sto
torm
r — pioneered a t the Sna)
Inoke signs of sparking ann lIndustry.
it basics
islcally uses th e force of Ujc water
M
ation
"Now, w e’re gelt
R iv e r Coi
itUng some pretty Uiat will go out on the fldds to move o
Conservation Research Statk
I ''
— now’ is
tw iof good m achinery fror
Is dribbling out into view
om some commer- plug down
do
an irrigation pipe ot a
m any fan
arm ers.
cloi people who area: standardizing m easun
sured pace. The plug is sccured to'
equipm ent for Uiis,"
Cablegf
sgaUon — named afterr Its
li
!,’’ says W. Dorral a brake
ike by the cable. So, gravity does
inga Kem per, a soil ph
connectin
Ung cable —slowly is gaining
physicist and the theworli
rork.
following
ng in the flal, irrigated lands
<
mke River staUon,
Thee w ater gets out on the fldds
dsof
director fo r tho Snal
which is ru n by Uies 1U.S. Agricultural through
Idaho. Col
Colorado and Washington.
Jgh sm all g ates a litUe bdow the
^ ^ 1 :1
imall R esearch Service.
While; its
i popularity grows, sma
top of
U pipo. Once the woter falls
>f the
K em per cam e upp wlUi
'
entrepren
'cncurs In the M a^c Valleyy are
ar
the original below
11 le v d of the gates, the
» the
system
i
;m shuts
Itself off. How fast Uiat
happens
icns and how m any rows of crops
get Irrig
rrigated a t once depends on the
I’VC I',,,.'
force!of Uie
I w a te r pusWng Uie plug,
AlUiou
hough it took a qieciol computer
program
ram to so rt out aU the voriables,
cablegat
;gatlon basically depends on tbe
pitch of the pipe a s It stretches over
Uie land,
Uld, the experts say.
Cableg
blegoUon con tw sunk Into the
mP l
_7
earth1or
o r laid
;
on top of the ground, and
of genUy slc^ied land on
there!Is plenty
p
rica’s form s to p ^ up Interest,
America
farm outhoritlessay.
aull
} advantages of the new system
flowed from the lab to farmers
r f f
V
of m outh than any otber
‘
m ore bbyy word
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I
way.
.j f
\
Right
^it rnow, K em per says, there are
f ^
.
aboul40(
.40 system s sprinkled around the
'
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West. Bui
But m ore and m ore farmers are ;;
^
Uiinking!
Ing seriously about it, ho soys.
'• .
F orins
’instance, cablegoUon may grow
by a qulc
quick bound In Uie area around "
"
Oollrf. </l ton ul (-/(U'
,
Ephrata,
3to, in central Washington, this .,
•
year, say
says Tom Spofford, on erosion
'
and irrig
rrigoUon engineer for Uw U.S.
^
SoilConsj
onservation S ervice;...............
“Right
ght now, it is projected we will ' 1'
have som
some pioce In Uie neighborhood :
of 1,500
)0 aacres going in this spring or
:iMAur)h-iMU(
'la te rththis
ls fall," he says. "Upwards of . "
25or30in
0 individuals a re Interested."
.
}.|q w c a b le g a tlo n s y ste>m
-fo
m d e l i v e r s w a te r t o cr<
:ropa i s i l l u s t r a t e d b y ti h i s d r a w in g o f a n ins
i n s t a l l a t i o n a n d irrig a t i o n p ip e
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price suppoi^ , sayii
tayiiig they a re too high and are
^
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“busUng the EC bud{
judgel." He added thal farm price
fl t
supports in the Unltet
iltcd States a re also too high.
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d
dispel
a
n
y
n
o
tio
n
griculture Secretary John F
WASHINGTON - Agi
“ We a re trying, for
fo: example, to get a handle on^Q K r .
)can farm leaders th a t an
Block has told Europe
any
i n E u r o >pe...
pi
th a t if the
our dairy s u ^ lu ss,"
," Block
:
sold. "We reduced ouT“
flIM ( «
X)rt restricUons on U.S. cor
a ttem p t to tighten impo:
oh
support price
i
ce last
December. But before we"'
5®b^
c o m m u n i t y; V
w
aits
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h
o
u
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{rain
feed
Ingredients
will
K lU il ■
g lu ten and other non-gn
did, we didn’t comc
imc to E urope and say that we>'
opposed vigorously by the
th United States,
. . . t h ^ e issu
is :
e s will c e a s c
would not bc able to reduce
t
the support unless Uiey- v
the United States h as mad
lade
,
J
" F o r several years, U
agreed lo restrictions
ions on their exports of noiKjuota'
to e x is t.’
\ ’R H
can
Uie point lhat any nm oves (by the E uropea
cheese and casein.. No
Nor do we intend to."
)
to
restrict
imports
of
co
r
Econom ic (Community)
»m
-T~ S . e c:re
n ta ry J o h n Bloci
ck
Block said h e didd no
nol intend to w am or lo threaten .
W
.
•aten U.S. exports valuedi a t
gluten feed would threa'
_____ Uie (Common Markel
rket, only "to convey how very •
riy.’’ Block said Thursdayy liin ^ — ------------------1-----------atw ut $500 million yearlj
ilted Stales views the issues and W est Beriln.
which also were
The secretary’s remarks,
rei
■e ro- How stron^jTAmeric,
cricah leaders and farmers wailt
Jl
T he Common Morkett is
i; thinking about restricUni
D epartm ent, were
w
^ing leased here by the! Agriculture
A(
them resolved.
q (||( ^
com gluten Imports to> ]protect domestic iivestocl
G reen Week,
i
ock m ade in a speech atit International
Ir
c,one
“ I want to dlspd
ipd -any noUon in E u n ^ , one>-'
feed interests. Comn gluten, o protein-rid
ic h of Europe’s largest agricultural
agi
fairsr
perhaps JusUUed by
ay e y e rie n ce. Uiat if Uie commO-'•
9 ^
byproduct, Is used as a feedaddiUve.
fe
d the
Block olso warned
U community about Its us<
ise of nlly waits long enou(
nough, Uro United SUites wIU g o a f^ j
icrc that, contrary to re p oirts
rt
“ L et m e emphasize hci
export subsldi^ andd ao proposed tax on consumpt
ption away, and these ssues
issw win cease to exist," Block"
vSs
s . Uie United Stoles is no
hich would m ake U.S. soyb<
in th e E u r o p ^ press,
not of fals and oils, whlcl
'beon
said.
backing away from its; copposition to the proposaii
•nsive to use.
«Us products moreexpcnsl
• That will not hoppen
>pcn, he said. The trade issues are-‘M S U
)ther non-groin feed ingre
on co m gluten and otl
jre“ RestricUons on oil use
I would affec t U.S. expo
ports craclol to U.S. intere
terests and m ust be kept on the '
d len ts," Block said.
worth about $4 billion,
lon, and they represent anotl
oUier table for further dlscu;
scusslon.
fios been used by Europear
Onc argument that ho
lg Intcmai problem s at Uie
i
can example of . solving
“ W earepreporedtj
?d to do whatever is necessary — ■
i nOtH N R . B L O C K
leaders, he said, is th at; a ild on com gluten Import:
ly else’s fa n n ers,” Block said
>rts expenseofsom cbodye
Id. . for os long os II take:
akes — lo find solutions to theso agricultural
reforms
m
on
would
help
make
new
a
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,
Block
attacked
th
e
Europe
ore
As
he
has
before,
B
pean
problem
s,’’
Block
1 _sa
^ d . "B ut Uiey wiU not W>
ot b a c k in g a w a y ’
farm ers.
acccptable to EuropeanI fl
inlty’s system o f agricultu
Economic c:ommunlt:
tural
resolved by default."
By BOB
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BFREUND
Times-Ne
News writer
m
S. plediges to • f ig h t IE E C t em it o n (c o r n g[l lu t ^ '^
G oody
i e a rfoir
airlinie s willI show>benefiHts o f dlereguhlation
TC breaking
;.Air-fare wars again ore
I elusions arc expected, aalong wlUi a savesiibst
bstanllally.
tion w e re scarcdy' ideal,
I
Uiough, as liack: recessions
rec
— all came on top of
ir of
oiit In this, the lifth year
( airline
dlUon lo fare wars, the real
ret
recommendation that dcr
eregulation be
m addll
the A viation Consumi
merActlonproJect the alrii
ilrilnes’ buying spree of Uw last'
e n
the
deregulation — and while
continued.
tra v d has been distortedcl by
b
points o u t. Between1 19(j0
1 and 1977, the decade
cost of trj
ii onticlpaUon of big Increases,
de in
scontinental
' scope of the great transco
S y lv ia
E ven wiihout lhe repoi
w rt, some n> the airline
Ines Utemsdvcs Uirough flyln
ylng CAB p e rm itted alrilr
lines to pull out of in passei
ssenger tra v d .
lin fores are
W *
fdre war of 1983. the liargain
of deregulaUon a r ei cd e a r . So far, too m anly
wllh too many emnpty
pl
y planes
i
179 com m unities.
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Thee C
J
carriers
w ere struck wlUi an
P o r te r
;suits
e ond
vacawclcome news lo business
a
Tie number of passengers1 flyfly
Uie passenger ranks as
as Uic 'No. 1 seats. The
Today, airiines —
- usually small overload
load of giant, new Jets when
lion travelers alike.
w inner in the botUe of deregulation,
d
•educed fares shot up from
5
ing on red
Tl 57
co m m uter ones — aare
r paid a subsidy passeng<
enger trafflc topped out in 1979
cn-tl>e-New—
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— ;'This-isT«uticulariy so-oni Whcn~Congress~ passed"
d-the-A iriinc— percenHin
n 1980 to-7B percent ln-1082-t
82-to — for-serving-sm all,-m
monoy-losing-dcs^— wiUi-317
-317-mUlloh-paybg-passengerg--------York-to-Mlaml route.
- DeregulaUon Act of 197)
978, It anllcl- 85 pcrcent
:n t In the first six months
IS oof tInaUons. The Airlii
line DeregulaUon and Uien
th a tum bled to 233 mUlion by
dca n d some ho\
.Most recent headlinesI oiMut
al
:
pated
that fierce com pel
etiUon among i383. Thee ssprouting of 14 new carrier
iers Act re q u ire s that s cjivlce
r
be provided ' 1982.
iptcd by the
yea rs, ll’s e<
regulation have been prompt*
airlines would resu
■ Uie
1
suit of deregulaUon has concon
suit In more as a resul
for 555 communlUc
les Uiat merited
Anyy of these adverse events of the
h av e prosper
v^ll-publicizcd dirncultlcsi of
ot Eastern,
hove failed in the post few efficient
]
operaUons, a wl
Thi
wider variety tributed to
t< bargain travd, loo. The
airiineservlcebefore
r e lm
I
late I97(
1970s — alone — would hav«
d r Florida., not Just some
; equally true thnt others of
t passenger choices and
Continental, TWA and Air
Ines account for 2.4 pcrcent
o
nd a m enu of new alrllw
It of
The re s u lts hove bc
been mixed on all pinched
led trafUc and proUls. But they
read
b u t old. welly
?ered..This group i n d u ^
<
Underneath the headlines,, if
i f you
;
fares.
These ore, in foct,
ers,‘*says U»e Air Transpor
ct, the conse- passcngen
port , sides. S om e commuj
lunllles have lost occurred
TCd Just when deregulaUon tools'
detect scotAlso, 1984 mc
aj^ of the upstart carrflrs, qucnces.
t
carefully, you can even det«
tion, but Uielr m ajor Impoc
?oct service; o th ers hovee gained.
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Associatioi
In some place,
tion of the
o f increosed
ill-established ones as well. i - OveraU. fares have incn
tered crie s for re-regulatloi
en on fares. Their iowci
:rcascd (what has been
w er cases, com m utcr lines
ics hove been able - If 1984
984 tum s out to be Uw good year
co rd profits,
ijqwars slotted to b e a year hasn’t
i
lx*come more expci
Industry. Some airline executives
ex
lg costs, have pennittcd then
icnslve?), but o peraU ng.
lem to provide m ore daily
ly scrvicc than the for the
a
le airlUws
Uiat is expected Uio
ercguiation
'n i e . Civil
Kl passenger load and re- . the intense compeUUonn_ pn, certain__to .c h a rg;e
Hav6 complained lha t dere
larg e r c a rrie rs Ujot formefly.serYlced_beneflla.'
fo
e , less, and on many routes
ita.oLderegulation ■^^-om 6rg e ...... - 5.
1routes li^ ln v itcd heavy^discounting.
push down Ycrcs.
and
(CAB)7'“
c
h as e r o d ^ pfoflts an d 'sajuices,
^ Ii
Uicy’v e hiidpcd
d
the com m unity,
d ea riy
ly al
at last.- •____________
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.Aeronautics
Bomd
j
luction
of
a
existence
at
1
This
b
as
benefited
the
ogers from smaU communl'
tM y want to see the introduci
he travding
Passeng*
uni- , 'Ih e adversities of U
l Industry can’t
the
C ongress per
a w d iil^ .to' go o u f o f public
1
and, on most QIghls
lably havo been m ort affecled
uoorpV iceonfares. .
-ted oil be b lam ed on "der
Its, a range of Ues probah
eregulaUon." Tho
Sylvia
via Porter writes oa consumer
it tbe end of this y ea r (If . rfares Is offered, Ifyou, the
soon will issw
g a l l o n than those in major
iWhlle It’s true thal individual
lm
be passenger, by deregul
ijor doubling o f Oil prices
1 Uie 1970s, Uie matters
s in
ITS for Unlvehal Press
this to happ 6 n), can
^
tion’s firstpermits
fiv
bo flexible about plai
ji^Irlines h av e been hit by big
blf Iw ses
lans, you can m arkets.. 1The days before de'regulouln* upsurRe in interestt raUa, bock-U>- dJcate
sue Its report on deregula- i
L'
five years. F avorable con- <
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1084
Tlmos-Nows, Twin F alls, Idaho D-5
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n tractors can leam aboutIt
financing, cost
ist control, Insuram.e'ttid oi
o lh e r business sldlls at aQ
day-long semin
ina
a r this Friday. '
T he sem inar
^ be held at the Idaho
i r will
: ow er Co. auditorium at♦
lo P
Second Avenue
o Third Streel North In1Twin
le and
T^
Falls.
A lth o u ^ desl£
jslgned for electrical conlract
ictors, the workshop Ss openJ
to th e generalI public.
pt
It will stari at 8 a.m
m.. and will conclude a l 4:30) .
p .m . Adonatlonc
on of « o will be requested,
The program
im is being sponsored by th
tl e Idaho chapter of the
N a tlo n o r Electri
ctrical Contractors Assoclat
lation and the U.S. Small[
B usiness Adminl
linislration. For more informt
malion, call 336-0350.
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iv e s o f Idabo Froxeo
Foods have bee
ee n prom oted lo vice
president. Anttj
U x n y J . Mayer, th e
director of oper
sra tio n s for the Twin
. Falls potato-prc
irocesslng plant, h a s
l ^ n nam ed 'v ic e president of
operations. Jc
J o h n H. Bonoett,
director o f res
e s e a rc h and development, and pproduction
r
planning,
has been elevat<
ite d to vice president
of technical se
serv ice s. Both m en
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(AP) - The numb<
ib e r of small businesses in
U tah In c rea sed
: 1983, reflecting an Impi
ed in
iproving economy, says the
s ta te office ofthe
th( Small Business Adminlsti
stration.
An SBA repor
port shows that new buslnes
less Incorporations in Ulah'
d u i ^ g the first
£
s t six months of 1983 rose 12.2
2.25 percent. The six-month)
total w as 2,062
- up from 1,837 over thee sam
12 —
s
e period the previous’
y ea r.
"T he reportt shows
si
. . . more men andd 'wom ermre-lntcrested In
‘
becom ing their
o
lr own bosses,” said Utah SB/
;BA Director R. Kent Moon.
"T his continuing
ing rush to start new firmIS
s is
I linked not only to lhat
desire, but toI the
th economic recovery uunn d er which opportunities
pand."
continue to expar
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Idaho Exlensi
monagemenl :s p e cia list based a t
Twin F alls, hloa s b een aw arded Uie
annual P reside
le n t’s Award given by
the Idaho sectii
tio n o f the S o d ety fo r
a g e m e n t. He w as
Range Blana]
honored for oi
outstan d in g achievem enl In helpl
p in g ranchers, promotlng range: m
r an a g em en t and In
editing the socJi
c ie ty ’s new sletter for
thepast n in e yifcars.
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S m a l l bl
b u s i n e s s e s ir
in c re a s in g
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lave been members of the corhav
mmlttee
P^ora
r tio n 's executive comm
Ince 1981.
sine
rly from
W ayne S. Forrey, formerly;
med reV ln
Tw
i F alls, has been namec
1th and
Jonal m anager of Smith
glor
('Boise.
ElnglnBers Inc. of'B
KLangflfl
ai
le h ad been the head of the0 urban
u:
^*el
lannlng'*’
deparlmenl of J-U-B
J
p lo
r
Ilth and
Inc. of Boise. Smith
E:ngineers
ng
•uctural
specializes In struct
Kiangas
an
ongl
ngineering throughout the West.
We
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The
Minidoka County Farm
F
:k aod
B ureau
un
has honored Jack
S blelley
el
H arm an of Norland
'
Id with
its5 1983
l:
Outstanding Young:FannFa
e r‘ ood
oi R an d ier Award. Thetoward
aw
in d
c li
u d e s the free use of a Iractor
trai
f orr 250
2 hours. The Harmans
g
IS grow
w hei
heat, hay and sugar beets
!Cts on
th eelr
ir 2,000-acre.farm.-They..)
!y..aIso.
r u in
n aa 400-head cow-calf operol
irotlon,
aswwell
« as a sm all herdofhogs.
Mocderate fc
•qod price i
rise likely thhis year
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»TON (A P I-A g ricu ltu re!
Departm ent eeconomists are sticking:
to a forecast: th
tl at 1984 food prices will!
ris e moderate!
tely, perhaps as lltUe as 4
pcrcent over• the
U year. They rose only
2.1 percent klast year, the smallest
annual gain sir
since th e 1960s.
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L. P arlett J r., a -food
specialist InI the
t
departm entrs Ecoarch Service, said tlie
nom ic Reseat
:asl calls for a price rise
official foreca:
of 4 percent too7percent
^
thlsyear.
B ul in respon
o n scto a q u e iy ,h e s a ld ll
xxl prices m l ^ l average
looked as if foo<
bottom” of the range.
“ cldselothebo
Food pricess 1in 1983 turned out to be
liigher than in. 1382, he
2.1 percent hi|
- said, slightlyy less than had been
tal was the sm allest an*
predicted. Thai
nual IncreaseB since 1967 when food
9 1percent. They went up
priccs rose 0.9
«2. '
.4 perccnt in 198:
In Its calculi
ilatlons, USDA uses an
average of food
xl prices spread over the
id a r year, not the
e n tire calend
f
in
a
Department economists say th e re '
aare a number of reasons for predict-;
ing higher food prices this year,
ir
induding greater consum er demand^
ir
as
a the economy recovers, higher^
priccs
for some farm commodlUfs^
pi
and a conUnued creep upward ih tests*
ai
of
ol transporting, processing aiid'‘
merchandliing
food a fle r It leaves the-'
ni
farm.
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Assistant
Secretory
William'
Lesher,
tbe USDA’s senior economist,
L<
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said that food eaten aw ay from home,
rose most sharply last year, while th e ;
ro
prices
of food a t grocery stores rose'
pt
onlyi
percent.
or
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f o r t uune,
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Of AMLRK
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Regular paym onts
lax-dolorredlR A cai
*0 ‘""O Of "’fOO^moMho
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lavo wlthoul
am o u n t you'd havo
lax bonolilD.
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w orikers, r€etirees
m PageD
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*CoQtlniiod from
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ive discovered the
Farmers there have
;• cablegation can
labor savings that-cj
jys.
produce, Spofford says
tors with surface
N orm ^y, irrlgaton
the pipes
systems . have to walk
wj
themselves, opening; oorr shutting gates
0 give
al the right times to
g their crops
lr they
the best watering. Or
11 have to sol
tch w ater into the
siphons to direct ditch
furrows.
Inatw thal cons'Cablegation elimlnai
l ^ t attention, sayss Bob
E Smith, on
n CiJnlrols
Inc. of
owner of Cablegation
C
it takes
Wendell. "With this: system,
sy
about 30 minutes to• set
se ll up, and it
without any attenrvis for four days with
ho irrigates his 40
tlon," says Smith, whoi
acres by cablegation.
matlc sprinkler
!0f course, automa
; . systems also tako llllle
lilt labor once
they’re running. But they
th< also use up
ergy, and energy
large amounts of energ
r's mind.
cosls were on Kemper's
nkler will use six
A center-pivot sprinkl
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December-lo-December
comparison
**f
-favored
by some — which shows a 2.7
F
percent Increase.
The USDA analysis followed on.
eeariler report by the Labor Deparfn
ment
which showed a sharp drop in'
the nation’s fiiflation ra te In 19&3,
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Including
food priccs.
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doser
rdationship with dients,” ' :
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Hayes
said last week.
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The firm, which is located In the • '
1Bluo Lakes Office P ark a t 834 Falls-': "
Ave., Suite 1020, wJU speclollze In ''
| tax mailers and plaimlng for bolh ■
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commercial
and
agricultural
£
small businesses. Hayes said. - - -- Hatch and Hayes formeriy
\worked for the Beckstead Cooper
(Co.ofTwlnFalla........... ............— -- --------
.M a c G.. H atch and LeRoy H.
Hayes opei
lened Hatch and Hayes
Certified PPublic Accountants earllerthlsm lonth.
oi
anted lo slart a small
“ We war
partnership
lip where we could have a
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BURLEY——The Eastern Idaho Produc
Iuction Credit Association will
ill
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hold on annual
ual m eeting for Its Magic Valley-area
Va
members at 1:30
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p.m . this F rida
Iday a t the Best Western Burh
triey Inn.
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Tom Brown.
vn, a senior vice presltent ol
of the Federal Intermediate _______
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^fSpoknuerw orM garariH
e session, accorfllng to TCA
Jie
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:a
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P resfd en tJ.E
li
EldenHlll.
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The meeUng
n g will be preceded by reglsU
stration a t 11 a.m . and a noon
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- luncheon. Stod
tockholders wlU hear the ass
issoclatlon's financial report
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c PCA directors,
from
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M em bers also
ah will elect directors lo fill the expired lerms of ___________ _________________
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•dock of Pingree and O.W. Rot
toblson'ofRoberts.-------------I
The Burloy
i
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is one of three3 being
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held throughout the
M
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Idaho and two In Wyoming.
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O tbers will be
>e afit the Eiks Gub in Idaho>F a lls and the Quality Inn In
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Pocatello.
k
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T lie E astern
im Idaho PCA, which is baf
ja s e d in Pocatello, recenUy
jiw w i
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absort>edthetei
!territory and loans formerly
1
ly held
by the Southern Idaho
I
Production >
Cre
edlt Association, based in
'
in Twin
Falls. The Southern
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ation voluntarily dissolvedI a f te r sustaining large loan
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J O H N H . B O N N E tT
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accountants
nts have started a new
firm, after
e r breaking away from
lerem ployer.
their forme:
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PfRRYM.HANCH£V
R.J. Carr. CLU A g«n«y
2 3 3 A ddU on A v o n u e
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em edI bby an electronic timer. A c
ry can run 11 all summer, sa
b attery
), who Is In the business as
as’ a
Smllh,
nc.
sideline
ir tln c z , G u sta v o M ala, Ja ck Mull
rIuilen.B cn ■
Marti
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B U R L E Y - T hlee J .R . Simplol Co.
It type of controller could
ilw crt,
D onna Okclberry,
T hat
M axino Z
a m b e r of em ployees
.
‘ ;
honored a l a rg e n un
r k e r . H elen P arton, Aguslln
am m ed to vary watering ra t
tin Perez, •
progran
in Its M agic V alle
le y opom ltons lost
lublgen
P
e
re
z
,
V
cm
a
Roberts,
M.arla M. I
I, M
[fercnl points in the pipe w
whi
at diffei
hen
^y^lng Its :se rie s ol annual
^ d rlg u c z , F r a n c is Scarle, V em
:m SUtkcr. •
s a ry , Kincaid says.
necessa
se rv ic e b a n q u ets.
1 ona •
M aIX
x S ta m m , S hirley Slensoker, Sim
>ther company, Aqua Controls
Anoth
A m ong th e m w as
a s re tire e Jo e Meurcnc
e n a . J e s s ie W inler. J.W. Youi
foung a n d . •
rt, is m arketing gates and° a
R upert,
C ^oIlum ofTw inPaU
Ujs, who founded the
Yolan
la n d a Z am ora .
ries to control the water as
cessorie
im p lo y c e s rccclvlng aw ards for
H y c a rs I
S lm p Io tS o llb u lld errss ’ firs t store in 1M7
Em;
o rlO
out of the pipe. And S-St
com ess <
s c rv lc e w e re : - Delcio Adams,
of SCI
^ “ 5 a t Tw in F alls,
ms. U n d a •
gallo n of Kimberly suppliess i“
ai d
Cablega
irlg h t, Jo A n n Alien, Norm a Anderson,
Anc
g jg fjt e m p lo y ee s> ffro m a re a Simplol
*
Albrlg
Is system
s using a laser lo mj
rm ln
u D an •
boza,
Installs
j
Ferm
i A urtcneche, Jo se B a rtn
Sollbullders s to re s received aw ards
Klcr.
D
ennis
Blevins,
Sieve
Bcrilr
Leh
o
f
the
pipe
precisely,
:rlln, Irm a I
thepltcti
fro m J.R . Sim plol,
I, th e chairm an of
“ “ J®'
5le. V e ra C arrlg a n , Evelyn CastJ
Castle, Loo •
All ooff th e c o m p ^ e s are slartii
th e bo ard a n d th e COJ
» m p a n y founder.
z nney, D eb o rah Dick, C)7ithla
!
lla Doney,
I
sm all,, vw ith hopes of growth in» U
■ Current employees
bino E sp in o z a, Lloyd Fox, Tomn G
Giabbert. •
jy .
Industry
awards were: M argare
I G ag e , R o n d a G age. Wanda Gag
G age. lola •
[ford
thinks
the
growth
wl
Spoffo
wUI Twin Falls store for 2
ilegos. M a ry G alllhcr, David
C arcia, *
d G
s e e s Floyd Southwlck. also I
come soon.
so< Along with others, he sa
g ln ia G a rc ia a n d Jotin Cochnour.'
lur.'------ --- •
Id Bandy Buucil, 11,1!
>ation as being effectivee Iin slore (or 15 years; and
cablegat
is o : M ax H ow ard, Les Hunder,
ier, L a riy *
m anager of the Hazo
2 clton store. Sharon
iu,nitir
ntlng erosion.
preventi
ik irl. E lolso Jo rd an . Cynthia Kossmon,
Kos
•
gygj, Slutzman, from tbe B
t store, and RichBuhl
cessive
erosion
has
prove
Id K u w an a , Dennis U sh, J u a n P . ;
"E xce
Folconberg. from tl Twin Falls store.
rtln e z,
J u a n ita
Martinez, Sabina
I
•
^ research to rcduce yielc
through
oil for 10 years servlcc.
rtln e z, I re n e M yere, Marla G. N
Neevarez, «
of time, ’’ he says.
o v era period
pe
RcUrocs honored wo
vore: McCollum, lhe ’
'e llc a O choa. V lodna Oslcrtiout.
Ml. Linda •
.systcm _also_sav^_walc£-an
.a n d — TwIn-Falls-dlstricHnar
isumedby^rucks------Ihe_s>
anagerrRoy-Russcll.----isc, I d a P la s tc r .~ D a n le t'R aIfi,
lS r David
t
cost
any
m
ore
tolriSlainha
th
a
n
the
manager
of
the
Tw
^vln Falls store; and
‘
and tractors on the! sam
» e piece of doesn’t c
t-co Ross,
•
«1 lhe Twin
J w l'bj aa l. S h a ro n Rodriguez, Joyco
bove
General Hlle, an emaployeo
p
•te ditches, whether it is abov
ground, the Snake RR:iver center’s concrete
te r Schoepp, G erald Shaw,
I, LI are ta • F alls slore.'
)Wground, Spofford says.
Kemper says.
or below
research has shown, Ker
w, L onnie Shaw . T ed Smith. M aria
*
loyc«3 rrom Slmplol’a
More than 150 emplo)
are Just gelling ac
ac legation system
F a rmTiers
e
JC. R c tu g la Torcrz, Lana VigU,
W
I,
Wendell
e
^ e original cablegi
ed with the Idea. Often, it's Q frozen poUito-products
It. Jo se p h in e Wolfe, Helen Wood
a l basically
uses quainted
/ood. Bob
S
harnessed a brake lhat
1
oCiVlbC.
fj. ,
honoredfor'long-tfmeac
s si to ry from a fellow farme
shlda and
*
ght. C a rm e n Y ates, Belly Voshld
/ater going down success
waleflo control the wat<
for 30 years scrvlcc
till
Receiving aw ards fo
n is Z cm kc.
jd g es them to try cablegatlor
ays Dennis Kin- Uiat nudj
. the irrigation pipe, sayi
non,
Fairchild,
Id. Donald Sholl and
c tlrc c s also received recognition,
lon. Ihose •
5.
U ecn g in e ^ who • hcsnys.
cald, the agricultural
FlorcncoShlll.
i n g d u rin g 1983 w ere: D ave A
Annderet. •
the slow growth shows signs
c
B ut the
IS of
(}uartcrK}cnlury awoi
-ords went to: Sarah
Invented the broke, the
I complex
rr, Elw
ln :
(i A rnold. D ona Brlnkcrtwff,
,
ling further, Spofford says
ays.
Devine, Abram G arcia,
a. Raymond Hopkins.
id many
compo- spreadini
computer program and
i
Jill, E r n e s t Coiner, G a ra Dew,
Dcwhirst, •
h u r Slapelmnn and
th e
Norman Smyer, A rthi
Along w
wlith benefiting farmers, thi
nents for the system.
iu r P c r n a u . K ate Funk, C
O harlie Z
or
Rela Thurston,
could create m ore businesss ffo
•ing standpoint, spread cc
From an engineering
•
dluek.
R a che l Gorrlnge, Robert
B
» r s for 20 ycare of
jje y
Thoso merlilng honoi
fledgling
M a^c
Valle;
ation is you only
fii
lU ton. D erm is Hendcrlckson. Burl
"the beauty of cablegati<
iurl Hlnz,
Z
« Banner. Itubert
IHnn service were; Helen
rcneurs who have been maklni
r aawhole field," entreprcr
*
L coni. J o s e D. M aitlnez, V emuonn Merz.
:
need one controller for
Daniels, KaU«rlno
Brake, EUaworth Di
p arts fori
j r tho first wave of systems.
•
y P la y fo rd , J e a n Pons, G ra clc
de ;
hesays.
^
G erm oon.. MarccUnoJ Gomcr, Bevcriy
ton and
Z
h S o renson, Marlon Sutton
ortant problem
'
There is one import
Ily. ScolC'Osterhout,
Gorrinse, Myrtle Kelly
ichel
T
ale.
ba Parton, Russell
“ ersch.
1. Although
most P l o r i l
inherent in the syslem.
A
A rthur Pnrton. Melba
-WtssL.and LaVonnc
:--------Shelby, LeUo F ay c -W
Tigatlon during *
crop rows gel even irrig
HINGTON (AP) - The world’s
I d ’s
Wilcox. , .
• their cyelftT some rows1aatt the extnjrff(T~'~WASHL
tion of pistachio nuts soaredd41
41
end of the pipe may jet
gettoo much or productio:
were: Twlla
^
Recipients of 15-yearrhonora
r
t la s t y ea r to 84,600 metric tons,
guero. Jerry Berg,
V
in s,
Aberaslurl, Olivia Agt
ling on location, pcrccntla
too little water, depradint
nrdo Campos, Kcllh
■
ays
WInford Bonner. Edunr
“e d to GO,000 tons In 1982, says
compafed
At a conference m
on .cablegation,
.
dl, James Edwards.
*
Crane, George DamcU.
icu ltu re Department.
In the the Agrici
Kincaid introduced a1 valve
v
FYoc. Alicia Garclo,
ut
Irm a Eslrado, HannahI F
Chios, like many tree nnut
Plstachl
plug, which will lett somo water
sc a r Garcia, Doris
Jn g
Moria Q. Garcia. Osc
ire
cyclical
In
nature,
meaning
iroblem.
A
doucrops,
are
Uuvugh to solve tho prot
^
Gibson.
Alon
Greaves
cs,
John
Grilflths,
m a ll harvest is often followed Edward Hammond. Dal
but that thal a snL
ble pipe
has been1 used,
u:
»ale Harper, Johnny
by bum ppee r yields. In 1981, for exom- Hclmer. Antonia Hendci
could become costly.
Icison, Gerald Hess,
oductlon was 85,100 tons. A
pie, prodi
.Other Magic Valley’ entrepreneurs
er
Hood.
A
Belva Hodge and Alan Hc
o n is obout 2,205 pounds,
have
improving .cablegation m ctricton
en. Fred Johnson.
Also: Merlin Jensen
Iran, oois usual, was the biggest
Jfred MacAlllstcr.
technology. Smith has come
cor up wilh a
;cst
Jcnnetlo , Larson. Alf
olct Maler, Cruz
f
:r <
of the nuts, with 39,000 tons.
ins.
Jeanette Maier. Viol
ke that’s gov- producer
hydraulic motor brake
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u mi u a l
p rio r liT y o u r p r e a a n i te
ta m
n p o r a r y am p lo y m a n t. Y ou
iaied contacia back homa dd ut r i n g
a l i o m e ln ta ln wort(*relal«
lh a te m p o r a r y Job.
—
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D C
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liv in g e x p e n s e s a t Iw o a lto s — y o u r h o mn eo a n d w horo
a n
y o u 'r e w orktng.
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3. Y ou h a v o aI'fam
fa t lly a l th e p la c e y o u c a llI h o m o , o r you
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% C o n v e n tio n a l
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,
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uN nu)
d e d u c tib ility a f le
l e r ro v lo w ln g f a c ta e n d c irc
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th eo C.P.A.’» a l S e a m o n a . B a hn ic r o f t, Sm lln
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T=T
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c ed
a ffo rd a b ly .
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COMPANY
a n d P •oc
ocaate ilo
SH S , •^ '
expanses.
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ntlonal F inancing <
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•D-6 Tlmea-Nows,
T
3, Twin
Falla, Idaho
Sundaj
day. Ja n u ary 29,1984
Bettter soyheaian prices seen
S t o> G k s Ik e y t (0 g r a l i n p r i' i c e s
WASHI^
INGTON (A P) - Soybean s m a lle r livestock numbers,” tbe nhT
prices ma'
lay strengthen sUghUy in the
thc p o rts o ld .
n ea r futui
ture, says the Agriculture
Jre.
Also, it said, maricet prices wiU be.
lent.
/
i
B y DON KENDAU
ALL
yex
l i a r ’s supply of foo^ ls^leftj
sftjjver In an indicator oi
stocks-to-use ratio of! It
of relative tightness o r <
less
Umn
9
f sensitive to Uie South American soy-~
;
- p i e Associated P
n
Press
- ...... ........... sto;
JtoragoTdr later lise.
" abundance ofr i^ a i n supply,” Uie re- percenl,
J
tying Uie rccord
ord k>w set in
A new outlook
oi
,jm bean cro p , as weU as to Uie ouUook for.
report said soybean
A
According
lo the latest report
port by the port said. "Tht
h e worid stock situation 197S-76.
J
It was m ore Uian
^ d om estic production of grain and
Ion 18 percent . use last fal
rail was la rg e r than had been
I
WASHINGTONN —T h efarm priceof dep
lepartm ent's Foreign Agrie
gricultural in 1983-84 Is chi
haracterized by a sharp last
1 July L
jjjy oUseeds in 1984.
expected,I, thus
i
Ughtening the supply
iSbni is well above
ve ;year ago levels but Ser
fervlce, total worid use of wtt
wtealTmd d rop in Uiecoaj
larse.grain.stbcks-to-usc - -Wheat stocks next July
uly 1 aro prosomewhat
It from ea rlie r indications.
w beat priccs are
ire rocking along a t coa
» a rs e g ra in s — which is mostl
osUycom. ra tio whUo Uic
ho wheat ratio has in- Jocted
j
at 104.1 mUIIon toi
tons
aod
this
Soybeans,
Si - N o w -y o u know
}, crushed into oU and meal,'
/qbbut lhe a v ^rage
g of last season,
bar
>arley, o ats and sorghum — Ia pro- creascd for U
y
ea
r’s
use
a
t
480.4
milllo
the third consecutive 3
Ullon t«is, in-~
a prir
rime source- of protein for'
ror................... ................ — •............
ac to rd ln g to Agrici
Tlcullure Departm ent Jecl
ected a t 1.24 bUlion metric tow
tons In the season.”
t
dicaling
a stocks-to-use ratloofnearly
rat
By U nited Press International feed.
Uvestockfe
■projbctlons.
—
19a
983-84 m arketing year that
iat began
Explicitly, U
thc worid supply of 22
2 percent, com pared to
li
0 less
tban 2 !
The longest land vehicular tunnel in
■One reason forr U
the disparity — and
last
ast July 1.
, ................coarse grains ;1has dropped shaiply, ppcrcent lost July 1. Thc rea
•uggests
th
a
t
soytiean
prices
reason:
fworid
“Thlssu{
es the U nited States Is Ihe Elsenhower
'
f&rmers,' of coursc
irse, m ay argue t h a t ' ' . B
By next July 1, an estlmatci
oted 170.5 m ainly
becau
ause
df
the
U.S. wheat
v
supplies a re increa
reaslng faster .w U ls b ^ gigUien
t
in Uie coming monUis,
is. M em orial, an 8,Mi-foot tunnel on
- h l ^ e r prices are
u e needed for both mUJ
liUlon tons of wheal and
id <
coarse payment-in-kind
f
bul the rii
nd ac rea g e program than
tl
consumpUon.
rise wUl tie moderated by In te rs ta te 70 west of Denver.
• c n ^ — Is somethl
iUilng USDA caUs the
grai
r a ins will be left over._______
_____________ andJlM L m L dn
lrougbt..-which sharply _ ITie worid situation is nol
nol the entire
....... -w o rld ^ ’stddts^UkiS=UM” ratio. Slnipjy, it
Tl wUl mc'an'a'stocks'to-usi
That
Kusc ratio cu t the produ
luctlon of com and story
sl
behind U.S. grain pri
prices, but it
c o m p a n y tbe amc
unount of grain left off 13.8
:
perccnl. According
g tto Uie sorghum , along
g with som e oUier key Is
l£ a large part of it bccause
use American
o v o r at tbe •end: of the International
repc
^ r t , It will be the smaUestt pe
percent- crops. The U.S.'
1. wheat crop, however, farm
U ers depend so much
Jl oon exports.
•markeUng yearr ■w ith-lh€'"am ounf— ageK ife i
■
ge- since 1975-76. whon Uie ratio w as less affected
ed.
It
It also is part of th e cxplar
ilanaUon why
^
consum ed.
____________________ drop
nl....................I n aU, tbe repo
ropped to around 12.5 percenl.M rt said Uiat world use -USDA-eeonomists-U
are
tfl
;• forecasting
^
--------- r-FO r'exam pie, if
Jf aj person had one
Ls
Lasl sum m er, the July i carr
:arryover ' of coarse grains
IS in 1983-84 is expected Uial
Ui wheat prices a t the f j ^ over the
bushel of wbeat left
Iel over afte r con- was
a s 234.3 milUon tons, with
h 11982-83 to b e 759.6 miU;
Ulion tons — substan- 1983-84
IS
crop y ea r are »^cpected to
sum lng two busliela
lels during the year,
cons
>nsumption a t 1.23 bUllon bush
lushels — tially m ore Uian
an the world wUl pro- average
a\
S3.45 to $3.60
bushel,
m ic e
'
2e/(i/i
tbe'stock-to-usc ratio
ra
would be SO a stocks-to-use
st(
ratio of about
Jt I!
19 per- duce this season.
n.
at
about Uie sam e a s the avera
erage of *3.53
p e rc e n t.
cent.
int.
ConsequenUy,', the global stockpile received
rc
In 1982-83.
§J
Is youu r m o n e y m e ltinig
g ia w a y fa ste r than th e
- B ut m easurlag world
wo grain supplies
: etric ton is about 2,205
Am
i5 p<
pounds of coarse grains
ns Uiat w as a record
Com prices, meanwhile.
Ile. aro cur-.
snow'^
a n d - consumption
/?
m r c ^ r e s much « a nId
d iis eqwU to 3C.7 bushels of wheat
whi o f high of 137.6 mlUl
lUlon tons last sum m er renUy
rc
forecast a t *3.20 too »K.4 0 a tU ie
rT
l a rg e r figures, altho
Ithough Uie principle 39.41
.4 bushels of com.
Is cxpcctcd to st
shrink to 66.4 mUllon farm
fai , natlonaUy.-com pain
UM to *2.70L>On t\ w
' a it f o r t h e sp rin
g th a w . Warm-up your
ing
Is th e sam e; to sho^
Jiow how much of a
Th<
rh e ratio is “generally accept
xjpted as tons by next July
Jy I. T hat will m ean a lasl
lai season.
]
T
pockee t b o o k w ith o p re-s
U .S . offens mor^^
6 g r a iln to Scoviets
Bhee
1
e-spring auction,
Let M
lA iller A u c ti o n .Servige
er
ItCjuldate th o se
i t e r n s a n ditu
t i rn th e m Into
...............
unnec
a e ssa ry
.
"Caash In A Day Th<
rhe A uction Way"
.....
r> Idaho in
inventojy smalli
lilest since 1886
" r ^ B O I S E W a blabo’s
<
Inventory:Of':
low stands a t it»
!:^>8ti>ck B b e ^ - now
: l o i ^ l e v e l f a 9 96
e :years, the Idaho
i-Crop and LIvesi
rastock Reporting
ced last w e e t— ' ^- •^■Service announced
J; .:- T|)e agency repo
eportedthatonJan
.sh eq ) luiDtbm
>er8 had fallen to
:: 3S6.000 bead, from,
tn
tbe: .410,000
5 .c c w t ^ o n 'J a o ;.l l,.1983.:Itwa8tbe
,low est ra u n t for Idaho
Idi since 1886.
um bers
of ‘ other shoe)
-Nun
catego
sgories also w ere downrboth
li
thin
Idaho
tio and nationwide this year
'“ f.
compa
iparcd to the ^an. 1, 1983
[983,
su jv'ey.
ej ■
j B
)neers:
Auctionc
H
m
1983 grain crop was much
1
:h improved
O
VI the previous year.,.. conditions
over
c
ShifloyM nior R
Rogor P o w e ll
tht far for the new cropp have
thus
h
Rt. } KImborly R
been
\ iS jH a
R». 1 H a n s o n
i
WASHiNGTON
favorable, and the
N The United generally
gci
thesupplles
4 2 3 -5 5 6 6
^4 2 3 - 4 0 6 8
S ta tes has offero
•ed to seU the Sovlel avj
available from o th er expoi
^ r t l n g na- .
In I«
Idaho, breeding ewes were
fite
Union an addltloa
tlons aro am ple this y ea r.”
inal 10 mlUIon m etric Uoi
!
down
tt lM percent, ew eJam bs were
/ere
tons of wheal and*
d com this year, but a
L
Lifting
the ceUing on such
ikh' pacts Is
o ff 8i percent
c
and the lamb crop
:rop
senior, Agricultur
ure Departm ent of- not uncommon. In 1982-83,
83, Moscow
;
w as off 9 p e rc e n t
ficial » y s Moscov
ow probably wUl balk wa;
was told 11 could buy up to
Z mUlion
0 23
' a t taking thc fuUai
metric tons — 15 mUlion m
am ount.
me
more than
1
Undersecretary
Jiat year’s formal lid. The
y Daniel G. Amstutz Uia
riie Soviets
saidattheconclusi
Mught 13.9 million tons.
ision of talks this past bou
WASHINGTON
N ((AP) — The na*' ' e f fol ili As recently a s I960, Uje
tlie
w eek in London th
that the Soviets were
T
This
year. Amstutz said1he
h€ “ hoped
; tion’s sheep (lock
b been cupped ' (lo ckk ttotaled m ore than 33 mUllon
k has
Illon
told they could bi
buy up to 22 mUIlon and
md guessed'’ the Soviets mi£
night buy 8
I I
j ag a ln j-to IM ralU
nlUIan head as o f ' sheep
j
spand
Iambs.
m e tric tons of gSraln
r
In 1983-84, the mU:
nUllon t o n s ^ o r e than the formal
v C
w J a n . 1. tbe smallest
est Inventory, since'
' But
it ithe trend has been generoUy
ally
first y e a r of a nev
imlt.
ew long-term supply Um:
tb e Agriculture Dep
Department began . down
n s ^ J h e e ^ l y 1960s, except __agreem ent txtweei
ien the two countries.
A
According
to Agriculture
c«
- ........ - ? - k ^ I n g ‘ 8 h e q > -repecords-iw-yeare—
teH ih r
mei
nent figures, private U.S. e
A t ^
i. ago. ■■■ .
,1979 to 1982. The reasons for Uie
The pact require
re s the Soviet Union con
ompanles have sold th e Sovie
ivlels about
;
o r/ld a ls- said-tbi
the sbeep count . decline
[ne include wide variaUons3 io
in
to buy a minlmun
im of 9 miUion tons 7.96
.96 mUiion tons of grain
lln — 4.02
Mr
; .w a s d o w n s percent
ent from about 12
th e wo
world wool m arket over Uie ■ annually over five
lu e L a k e s N o.
ve years, tieglnning mUl
nUlion
wheat
and
3.33
mUlloi
Ulon
wheal
• > .mUlioo a y c a r ago,
[o. ^wWdh also w a s , y e a rss..1predators in the West which
lich
la s lO c ti.A n a d dUtlonal
it
3 million tons ' —
- ffor delivery Uuough Sepl
€pl. 30. In
IU I3 a record low, ,Wb(
m>en the USDA
tak e a loU o t flocks, and shiftsi to
c a n b e bought wil
viUiout
further
conaddi
ddition,
sales
Include
490,100
,100
tons
of
I
V
II
n u a ry
I
t>egen keepbig track
ack in 1867. there
o th er■livestock
lli
enterprises,
sultation, bul If mc
nore than 12 mUlion soyt
D ybcans.
f
w e re about 46,Smlllli
tiUlon sheep In tbe -v . 'D iev
e value o f aU sheep and lambs
lbs
tons is wanted, notii
tice m ust t>e given.
A metric ton Is aboul 2,205
205 pounds
(L u n c h )
^ oounfry: '
..... . 'a s o f J<
Jan . 1 w aa estim ated at fS94
SM
-By tho sam e tol
oken,
if
Uie-United
and
nd
Is
equal
lo
36.7
bushels
of
v
of
wheat
or
5 T he a s . sbecp.Jndustiy
J«
peaked. .mUllon.
>0 ,- down S.' p e i ^ t fromI a
S tates — which is} sstill burdened by a soyb
jybeans, o r 39.7 bushels of cor
com.
£ a t 6 6 ^ m U U o n h a ^ In 19C, when
R e p o r t s > f rr o m :
y e a r.e^ al e r , the.report said, -nie
'be :
relatively large su|
njpply of grain and
In answer to a question,1. /Amstutz
: th e n a tio n w as claioo
m oriogroriDore ra v o ra Igs
g e value w as |S2.lO p er head,
Id,
lagging exports —- cdesires the Soviets said
ild the offer to sell m ore gralr
rain
was In
Q + o+ ci
^ n ^ t . a o d ivool to
l
a help
.the w a r L up cents frbm 1983.
<
to buy m ore Uian1 tthe 12 mUlion tons resp
O l d t t ?3 P a t h o l o g i s t ,
sponse to an increasinglyy competlo
____I specified In the agi
■greement, it is ob- live
ve market, raUier than ppart
ar of an
n i r / 2 .^ 1
liged to inform Most
iscow.
atter
Lions wiUi
U l f t J U: lt o r o f A g r i c u l tt uu i r e
tempt to Improve relaUon
,_
Am stutz said Uiat
oscow.
at Uie Soviets at Uie Most
^
tworday London mi
meeting — a reguGr
inion were
S H d Ll
Grain
sales to Uie Soviet Unic
L e g i s la t iv e C o m
m m i t t e e
.
la rly scheduled con
onfcrence specified ~j«mbi
nbargocd byU ien-President.
___________
mt Jim m y
• • In the agreement -— did not indicate Carti
irter on Jan . 4, 1980, because
luse of the
th a t they would neec
ed to buy thc fuU 22 Sovie
ivict invasion of Afghanlsta
Stan. The
-X a a j _
million tons now a%
avaUable from the cmbi
flbargo was lifted by President
Pn
* •★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
,u-„- United States.
R eiagan
ag
I
WASHINGTON (AP)
on April 24. 1981. lindi
iP ) — A gov- two times
tin
mder prelo five times abov
“
And
in
Ught
of
the
current
ssure
1
e m m e n t r ^ r t predicts
lire
from
.U.S.
farm
ers.
Reag
lets that most of
average,
iagan had
ge, except in northern Arizoni
|j ' supply-<Iemand cond
fidltlonsintheSovi- sever
;
tbe w estern p a rt of the country wUl
vcrely criticized the em barj
w hereItItwas close to norm al, he sale
argo durj
i
e t Union, we do nott tbelieve it is lUcely Ing{ hhis prcsidcnUal campaigi
bave abundant w ater
:r tsupplies next -T h e snot
aign four
Jr
/
nowpack a s of Jon. 1 raiigc<
ars ago.
^
s u m m e r because of hea
heavy rains and
from mui
nuch below normai in Uie Cana
Sm ^ m stutz said. *'The years
\
snow in mucb of tbe re;
region thc past
d ian and
nd w eslem Montana portions
n s oof
i
few m onths.
t
IDANO
th e Col
i^lum bla Basin to recon
0 M OTOR &DARRI
[RELL PE R K IN S
5
I
T b e report was issuec
lued Monday by
am ounts
its in the central Cijloradi
rado
p
tbe aepartm ents of A
»
lu r s ., F e b .
Agriculture
and
I n k l es s. ,
I
(Commerce, wblcb measi
yisurr mountain
W ’/4 M ilo N
N o . o l 1 8 4 E x it N o . 4 4 , ot n A A o rid io n R d., H w y 6 9 ^
snow packs, m elt and mi
make forecasts
Snowpa
rpacks m easuring more Uiar
M o rid lo n1, It
Id a h o ■
f
of- w a te r runoff and supplies.
su]
Snow 200 perce
rcent of the average Januarj
accum ulated in tbe wtou
Inter and ^ r i n g
depths were
u
recorded in souUierr
T R U C K S & V IE H I C L E S
if
’‘f ’
WASHINGTON (AI
"Fa
Itrovldes about 75 per
■Farm machinery sales are
m ; likelv ^ 1965 Konwof|]
percenl of Uie Oregon,
!
.n h O lotel 8V 71. 20- Oodw/Hoitt
I, southern
Idaho, Caiifomia, expected surge in\ P ) — This y ea r's
lol*t • 1973 C h o v . Olotol 6V53. 20' Ood
1
^crop
plantings
to
Ini
975
IHC
FlOOO,
G
o
i
,
2
0
'Bod
w/hi
W est's annual watersupp
Increase this year, possit
w /h o itt • 1 9 7 5 IHC 2010 549. Co* 20' J ^
upplyN evoda,
I
i, Utah,
soutbem Wyoming and probobly wlU mean a
-■ w y .« .
1 • 1973 Chovy C.O,E. 8V7I7, t3
substantial rise
percei
13 S p e e d RTO 12513; 50.000 Mlloi.
'ccnt o r more, following asfoui
Colorado,
four-year
sohd. j . i i sio
lo. N ear norm al o r sllghUy
!lg
Rodlolor.
A
ir.
Slldo
Sih.
50%
R
<
**“y In dem and for maj
% Rodlol F ro n t B uddi, 3 0 V Rodlol Cap*
a jo r agricultural
dcclln
Jino.” Uic report sa id .^ 'S
a .of ^ Roor Buddi. Alum,
‘Sales
Al
W h««l« oil around, AM/fA
hief of USDA's above normal
no
. ‘P e te r C. Myers, cblel
snowpacks wero ro- inputs such as fertUL
W/fM C o t to lto . 2>S " Hsolod Mirror* •
lllzers, pesticides,
many
ny machinery Items In jl983
40\ V-6 M agnum 5 Spood,
983 were ^
oed, 2 S p e e d R o o rt. 108 H arth Hoiit.
rvice, said Uie ported for
for northern Wyoming, ccntral m achbiery and fuel—
SoU Conservation Servli
t
Howordd Bool Oed, S ide S Roor Dumpp •• I1957 C h o v y . 29 yd, LIvbtfock Feeder ^
- and hefty price
halff the
U 1979 levels. Improved
a gency’s first snowpack
ta and
ck ssurvey of the M ontana
i Arizona.
'Cd farm
J f - MUor Tni«k •. 1963 F600 Ford, Now Rubbor.
Increases for some of them , says the
incomi
3or. Cob a C h o t i l t • 1965 Dodoo 5 yd.
Jme prospects and pent-ui
■ed thal precipiIn AlasJ
's o n on Jan . 1 strawed
t-up d e ^
Dump Truck,, (Rocont
(I
Qska. it b a s been mUd and dry A griculture Departme
O v erh a u l] • 1960 Ford I Ton. M o ta l Oox. Slnale Axle • ^
nent.
mand
id are'.Uie m ajor r e a s o n5 for
fo Uie ^ 197flOodBo 1 Ton. Cob & C h o itlt • 1979 Pord
Impi
uiuon la s t faU and so fai
when near-record
far this winler since October,
Oc
Impolo
4 d o o r • 1981 Impolo 4 Door •
F a rm e rs took mU
ilUlons of acres
antlclf
^
1976 Ford H. T
ic lp a te d ^ e s ^ .”
j
Ton Von • 1977 Chov. Truck
Vt • 1 9 7 7 Chov. Suburban • 1958 ^
h as been "very heavy”" for
fo Ute sccond snow sacc
k Von
iccumulated, the report said,
“•
from production in1 1983 under Uie
^
FordfftOO w /B
i
/Boot
Bod.
3
StogoT
w
In
H
olil*
1'
<• 1963
F ord FIOO wA^on S lilt Goto • i r
The wal
y e a r in c row.
/ater supply in reservoirs was governm ent's payme
1953
GMC
1
Tc
Ton
w
/Slo«k
Rock
•
1979
Chov.
nent-in-klnd proThe
ov. S
Short w /B ox- 6-Cylr4 Spped • 1975
he petroleum supply Is ejcpec:
• 'M y ers said the Great
at ISalt Lake in
said J to be "gcK>d to excellent" g ram . But, except for
Jectcd
to
T
Dw'go
Truck Von
V, • 1975 C hov. Suburban 4X4
4X4. 4 3 .0 0 0 A c tu a l Mllo* * 1966 Ford
o r a scaled-down
be idequate
ade
for Uie 1984 c rto• season,
sc
1967 CI
Chov. Von. I Ton • 1964 FardJ Pic
U t ^ is expected to risee 3 feet to 4 feet tbroughou
lOUt the West. In the Colorado version for wheat, th«
Pickup -/, Ton • 1970 fo td Pickup 'A ^
h
e
re
a
re
no
1984
with
“i
ord
•/.
Ton
•
1968
IHC
I
Ton
•
1
<
1
“only
modest
price
d
i
^
g
e
peak, and Utah R iv e r system,
sys
, h ig h e r than last year’s pei
bowever, reservoirs PIK program s for Uie
• 1972 F o rd G a lo x y 500 • 1968 Ford
he other crops of
the offing.
ofl
J26 IHC T urbo Hydro.. Front WolgI
Veighlf a C o m fo rt Covor. 13.6-38 New ^
Uie report saidlGSaan S
Lake is expccted to set
el ja new high- a r e so high
hi( th at there Is not much
^3f front Ilro. • 11 IPair E n d o g o G o to i ■ 1972 More
ucn com , sorghum , rice iand cotton Uiat priccses may drop about, flvb jasollne
Morcodo* 4 D o o r • 1959 T.BIrd 2 Door
cei
g.
room left
cenls
a
» • 1964 chov. Slop
si
w a te r record this spring.
;ft to handle a heavy spring
Von (Tool Truck) • 1974IHC
'" t w ere affected lastyear
ilH C P lc k u p o 1970IH C CIubCob, .V.
ar.
gaUon,
on, whUc diesel fuel fnay
IC Pickup • 1966 IHC Pickup • 1971
197 IHC P ic k u p • 1959 GMC Tandem - T
R ainfall in the w e sem
t ^ states was
runoff.
T he departm ent’s i Economic Re- aboutitt three cents a gillon.'' } •
>ood. 5 S 3. 2 0 ' Spud Bed (to be
to t e p o r o t o ly ) > 1959 Chov. 2Ton, J f c
10 told
s ea rch Service said fertilizer
fi
16‘ Flatbed • 1974 Ford Courier
P,l,U .* 1 9 7 4 F o rd F 1 0 0 3 0 2 A /T
prices
“ Pri<
»rices for iiatural gas.' the
tr P
m ay be up 6 percent to 8 perccnt from materii
urial used for am m onia nitr
iltrogen
H
S
H
O
P
E
Q
U
P
;M E N T
I
^
Jast y e a r; pesticides., 11 percent; ma- fertillz<
llzer production, have b*en
n nrisins
c io y lo n Chatil»
ii» D ynom elar • M orquoll Englno
|lno ,A nolvzor • High Pro*tufo W othor J T
chlnery, 5 percent tq) t8 percent; and rapidly
rco o rt
-.Al ['HC) .• 50 Tonn P fo .t-(R o d A rrow ) * HandI Spr
dly In recent y ea rs." tbe• rc
Spray Rig • C u tlln g Torch • Uncoln
WASHINGTON (AP)' -— Egypt wUl be shipped
ed this fiscal year, which ends
ids energy products. 1 pei
« «
^
W eldor . Air CCom
< pre*»or • Homo Bulll Bonch
Ksrcent to 2 -per- said. "I" P r i ^ to' Industrial'users
«nch G rin d e r s • M otol Sloroae Rock
.
« ts o re
. Skii
. J
bc ab le to get about l.S mUllon
mil
m etric Sept. 30.
' G reoso G u n Pillort • Blockimil
• cent. Supplies arc expected
e>
to bo expccte
um iih V U c • G re o to Gun (Vacuum) :« L
cted to climb about 13 percei
rcent in
^ • Air Ho»o • ori
tons o f U.S. wheat and1flo
3rlll P r o n • Stoom Cleaner • Eng
flour under a
A metric
ric ton Is atwut 2,205 pounds
Englno S ta n d • Botlory Chorger • 30
ids m ostly adequate Uils se
season.
I984.”
W Ton Hydroulic: JJock • S pol W eldor (Morquotr)
new $250 million Food
joti) • L ubo O itp o n to r •
Impoct
xl for Peace
and is equj
)ual to 36.7 bushels of wheat..
a t..
•^VkTreneh-a/O'Di
O
rilli
R
ovorjible
Drill
•Top
i
Top & Olo Sol • l o g Choln* •E xtontlon
ag reem ent, says the: jAgriculture
Thus, If aU
ali wheat, the arrangement
Cord» •H ydroulli
ulic Roms •Vkfoldlng Rod •H afiy
H
ty High
P ro»»uro W othor No. 520
D epartm ent.
could provJi
wide about 55 miUlon bushels
M elvin E . Sims, general
ral sales manof w healto
t oEgypt.
:
F A R M E O U I P iM E N T
Z
^
IB- Oljc • 3 Pol.
oinl
H
ong-on
M
ow
or
•
lorgo
Hy
ag e r fo r USDA’s Foreignn A
0 Hydroulle O o io r Blode • t-12 ACE ^
Agricultural
T he Foo
'ood for Peace agreemenl
G ro u n d Hog. Roi
Round
C
o
n
tar
Oar.
Roar
Bor
Rallc
Roller* • 10' T ondom Dl*c on Rubber
S ervice, said lhe agreemt
imcnt, signed
provideslong-term
lor
credit for Egypt to
J
IHC M odol No. 37
Monday, calls for thc comi
ommodlties.
immodjlles to
buy thecom
T R A C T O» R
R S
3 ^ 1971 IHC Hydro 5
By DON KENDAL
VLL
ThoAssoctatedPr
‘*ress
^ ; Nation-£
i’s flock clipped
id to 11 million
SCI BEAN
I BLIGHT
ONTROLASSSSOCIATION
mUAL M
MEETING
loliday Inn-Blu
lo n d a y , Jan
30th
12 Noon (L
li K bunddant watte r flows
^ forecasist acrosss W e st
I P dT M
[-{eaviei?r dem anddexpected
d
^ f o r prinTiarpfarmnsupplies
J
^
I
ESTfliE
Th,
2, '84
84 ■ 1 1 ;00 o.m.
^
J
E g y p t to g et
It m o re U .S . uw h e a t, flo u r
f s w
iS B T
0 70 • 026 IHC. Full Cob w/loodoi
• 7 8 4 D IHC • Bobcat Front End »
lo o d o r • 1 105 MF,
M Cob, A ir. Radio, Hooter, odor
Oue
Duel*,
3 0 0 0 h o u r t (Excollonl Cond,) ^
146BIHC DVSOO
DVSi E n g in e
»
)^*0&30J/OAnicu
culollng, w /D u o li •
M
SBP
a s t it is
P
r e v e nJT
t i IO N
S
e r v iICES
c
E a r ' l lnrnimmlI
O F I D A H O , IIn c.
SERVING MAG
iGIC VALLEY DAIF
IRYMEN WITH
-------------SOUNDPR
>ROGRAMS-FOR-lV
-MASTITIS-------- ^
C O N T R O L S IV
IVIILK QUALITY A!
ASSURANCE! '
...
'▼ ▼ ▼
W E SS T
T
A C R7O0
1., Lnbofolory
>ry(ncllitytoiiondlo ........
^ b o c to r la C
cO
o u n i o ro b lo m s.
2 . M ycoplosm
s m a [so lo tlo n .
3. M ilking o’q
q uu ip m o n t e v a lu a tio n ,
4 . S c l« n tillcc ww ash -u p e v a lu a tio n ,
5. D islrib u to
o rrffor pro v o n W o si
A g ro Pro d u ie ls In c lu d in g
O o vad in oi'' i O y n o n io to ’ .
Bring in or m entk
I tio n t h i s a d a n d rec<
jc e iv e
leriaX uU ure of Bii
B iifk T a n k M ilk .
7 3 0 S outh L incoln Stn
tre e t
3 2 4 -8 1 0 0
j
* i 100%
o(
W o a th o rp ro o f
^ b s o l u to l y N o W a s t o
>oIf L im ite d - F e o d
TOO - C h o ic e .
FR E E
B ac-
Jero m e
• Fborr m u l o t o d t o
Bal.
a l o n c o Y o o i---------- :—
o r a g o D e fic ie n c ie s
o n v o n io n t to F o o d
*Tvv<
vvo'S izbs S o Ib .
n d 5 0 0 Ib .
H o ujrirM
rs
on.-S ot.
8-5 p .m .
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