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EPA - A man with possible
ties to T
1 Falls was charged
Twin
With thre
iree'counts of knowingly
■transferrj
Erring body fluid conoining the5 JAIDS vims, d t y police
officersa
i said Tuesday.
^ it jw A
diance
c e o f flum es
tonigbt,faigh36.1ow
ow zS.
P a & iM
79903
Iagic V aD ^
.lb tlw Maun: Ma(
settingup
communities are SC
tl
idtes for tree r e c yr l^i n g .
Anthony G arda’s exact
ctconnections to Twin Falls, if an
any, were
u n c le a r T u e s d a y evening,
e^
although his friends said
id ;P a rd a
was from Twin Falls.
.
Twin F alls c ity a n dd county
a u th o ritie s s a id t h aatt as of
Tuesday n i ^ t they w ^ ’t roniducting their own in v ej^gations
*
5I 0 c c n t s ’
M oney'
appoint
December win (Qsapi
f lM
efore
Sales peiked up befc
rtaiii retafl*,
ChsisQsas, but c e rta
*t eenough to
m su'd that waralc
offset ^ug^sim esss eea riie rin
th e month.
S k ie
into th e cases,
JS.
had
lad had sex with a founh mi
man,
G a rc ia , 2S
25, was a r re s te d . foui
bund docutnentadon indcati
ju n g
Monday night.
ht. He was arraigned
thai
h at the man was HIV positi'
on th e th ree
J
:e felony
counts and
Nar
^am pa PoUce Sgt. Tim Rand
wa s h e ld Tue
uesday night In th e
said
aid.
Canyon Count
m ty JaU on $250,000
G arcia’s friends said he was
vi
bond.
rom Twin Falls, and had mov
V
G a rd a was
a
ts arreked
after three
Ptease see AIDS. Poge
m ale room m
m;ates, all of whom
I
•
3 digsn
r.
n
^
b e f o3 r e
Minister join;
)ins searcli,
finds parisPiin
hioncr
with broken:
;n ski
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B l
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resci: u e
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iday, December 27,;
XEY
. M agic Vall
;
I
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an chargediwithspre;jadirigAIEDS may haave TF tie:
W eather
;
SM I
By Ruth S treeter
Times-News writerr
.
TWIN FALLS5 - With half a
liter of water, three
ree grant)Ia bai.«
and a broken ski in tthc middle of
a forest, P eter Pinsak
Pin
sat in a
hole in the snow for 13 hours and.
ood
wailed for help.
It w a sn 't until
n il 2 a.m . on
Christma.s Day thhat
a t;a scarch and •
rescue crew. Iiis minister
min
and feilow parishioner found
fom Pinsak in
th e snow shelterr lie had dug in
ak was
cold, bin
the ground. Pin.sak
\
OK - and with no0 lingering
lir
fears
for his next crov;<ou
■coimtry ski.
“In fact. Pm jast
oi my way up
-St on
|H
now,” Pinsak said
fr
d from
his Twin
Falls home Tuesday:
iay aftemfKin.
IH
P insak. 39, had
I
ad been
in the
m id d le of :i solo
10 (i
irek Sunday
^
afternoon in Rock
Cr
k Creek
Canyon,
A t th e top of the
th rid g e at
Caok^athome:'ni
U iis
H
W a lstro m 's Ilollov
H ow .about 45
minutes from the
le tr
trailhead, his
IS high
" ^ b d in g cook (earns
1
ski broke. He said
aid Tuesday he *
mily for her
m arks £ipm h e r famil
likely put his foot
001 over an air
rtlfifig
d d id o m home ax jk
i .
pcx:ki-i. causing his
sl to snap,
lis ski
PageCl
lered th e snow ,
Pinsak cnnsidere
depth, con.sidered11 the
thi energy it’d
^ 9
tak e to walk out,
a K f S c i d e d ______
11, iint
ports
H I
against it. So he du(i
Jug a Hole m the
snow for insulation
in ai
and wxiited.
is was hon*
P H P P Ij
That was at 1 p.m
p.m. A i aroimd
Lthleteof
' MKtOTiup/n.'nMMi
ored as
Athl
3:30 p.m., Pinsakk told
t< the ne.Kt
th » y M rJ a rM O Qcid
d ^ h i c d '- * — • -flepiee-sifli
8 v a :e n wfU not t>o ablp to.purchas
lasc
sk ier who piisst-d
fd t'(
t ijft hclj).
!
tim e o n l\ie sd ^ ;
•umy,-Vli*--riffs
Tw in F alls C.itum
d ep u ties first got
«
;oi word
of the
^^Pagei)l
stran d e d skier at
ut around
ii
5:30
Y*
p.m . and the Cas:
"assia C ounty
atiom
I
S heriffs Departmen
ineiit and Minind Rescue
took
Cassia Search arid
f
Actordes:
8 p.m.
over the seardi att around
an:
UI ^ r .
ustt
ts to stay open,” ScWund said.
taste m theirrmouih-s..
m
V e te ra n
E » ^t H u d d y
ler. Jim F'rishit:._____
Pinsak’s minister.
—-r»
Twin
Falls
Coimtyriiice
wwiwrttwf—
-TTih e liquorlawANili-affect sal
* several-----—On-a'typical
cal'New'Y eaf’s Eve.
saIo.T---- J ie lp ^ find'Pinsak“
ak, lbul credited
stage atio
Ot ther M agic V a lle y coi
It M
.
:ounties,
Uquor sales an
are up about 20 perf uggers B rew pub in Tw
the rescue to c<K)ix;ra
xraiion.
.
sa
does
not allow S unday; s
•alls,
^ FALLS - W hile som e
<
, \vhicfi only recently stan
S
c e n t:. B u i w
wiith liquor sales
ined
“This was not a Lone
L
Ranger
aci
liquor
by
the
drink.
And
tl
e
ilin
g
liquor,
said
m
anag
1lltat
banned, the Pi
will raise martLnis to rin g
,1
Iger
(ypy of thing." Frisbii
Pressbox Sports Bar
•'•ell
isbie s;iid.
■include
New Y ear’s Eve,
R obards
j„ jj,e nt
:e, which
in Twin FaUs
n ew y eor, Twin F a lls
j
Is will be open only
C:har1:t?Froke.
lu
F risbie, also aJ cross-cmiiitry
cr
- -falls on Sunday.------- ---dies.------^------ Gotmtyt^
.... .
u n til € p.m.-S
i n d e n t s will have to set------*
.■Sunday, m a n a g e r........ “We’re definitely going to lc
skier, was brdiighf
I’h fiir u h c ir iic
everal thousand dollars in bu
id said.
sevt
For some local bar mlanagers,
a
SandiSchlund
Page A2 t ie f o r a ; beer,
b« a glass of Cabernet
co rrec tly guessed
■ed which iiail
o r s o m eeth
tl ih g other th an h a rd '.'■the
ves 0 bad
“It just won’
t liquor ordinance leavo
an’t be profitable for
:n uon. I’ins.ik's
Please see UQUOR. Page
geA2
P insak had been
I
wife had thoughtIt I-'i
Frisbif might
*
know.
H e said ht' had exp e cted
pinion
scarch and rescuee to find'l’insak
Touglr.love: The Idahi
within an hour ot'
)f launching
la
the
a. 0
ome run
. .
L e g ^ atu re hit a hom
•W
searcli. When thatll didn’t
dii
liapiK-n,
Cassia C ounty
.w ith its welfare refon
'orm pro|
.
'*<1
***•’
Casi
S h e riffs Departme
tment to sec if
gram, todays editoria
jH
anyone on the rescii
L'sciie team had
first-luiiid knowlei
ivledgc of the
TbeAMOCfa
iclatedP m s
r
trails. Frishie was1toh
told no.
K
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7
I
Conditions
were
e nc
ncrl gitod for »i
Mass. - Prose- , . i ■f M f . W a k o l l o l d , ^
S e c t i o n by sSECTION
e
W A K EEFIELD,
F
than 2D^
rescue. Visibility was)i-ss
wa>
re investiga^g w hether
r
ciitOES are
.•rs wmild stop
feet and rescuers
ho police say k ille d
R
C
mon wo-workers
theii snowmobiles
-^i they might
:s •-I)
S e c ti o n A
S eictlon
ct
l
IS a iii « v
.•
seven co-v
Tuesday was
I!
hear l’ins;tk holler,
r. according
ai
lo a
weather ...'2 Food
•out an Internal Revenue
E
”
upset abou
Cas.sia County slieriff
L-rifrs re|>ort.
request to garnishee his
,T
Nation . . . .3-5 & Horr
lome . . .1-8
Service re<
.P insak said he
le rre calls first
>
w ^ e s t o pI pay
i back taxes.
nlcs ......... 6
hearing sntnunobik-s
)iles al around 8
World . . . . . . 4 Comte
^
AKh.^* 7
M i c h al ee ll M cD erm ott, 42,
p.m . But nobodyy cmihi
ci
gel to
Opinion
6-7 Dear
3 tA
m r/ . ..l
w ie ld in ig a0 semiautomutic rifle
where he \vas. aiui
id nniiody
ni
could
ming break .7
• a n d a shlotgun,
oq
opened fire ot an
ni
Momin
money
from M cD erm ott’
hear him. he s;iid.
iS SW 0rd...7
I n t e r n e t.c
t <o n su ltin g com pany
check until after thc holida
days.
S e c ti o n B
Crossv
■
So hy 1(1:30 p.m.I. Fr
Frishie Wiis on.
«in g subdued by police,
However, M cD erm ott h an
1^1
his way to M apc■Mnuntaiii
Mu
with
Magic \biley..l-3 Movies
ies.iMiid./.
q,
angry
outburst in thc com
mpany's
BH
his oldest son. a few hours iU'lcr;
• Obituaries .'. .2
■ *
M id d fc
e ss e. x ’District A ttorney
at
accounting
departm ent last
ist week
iTfM.
leading the Christm
istmas Five scrM a r th a C< o a k le y 's a id s a id
o' thc prospect of losing
idaho/West . .4 $ 6 ICtlOnD
C t
over
vice at th e First
Fir
T n ited
Polio* take shoci
>otlngsusp«ct Michael McDermo
rm o tt from an office building
ter Technology Inc. had
)rts . . . .1-3
E dgew ater
Community .'5 . Sports
Please, s e e SHOOTINGS.
I
kflfield, Mass.
Page A2
».PageA2
Tuesday In Wahefl
Pleaso see' RESCUE,
RES
not to begin taking out
PageD4
!
F
& Hoi
___ S
, /
N
:■ ^
S
fiifa fs aalbs WOIn’t incltu d
i
e h a nr d l i q u o i
S ”" ^
O
■
m Uingssusppectm ay
hav had taxX problenTIS
0
M
J H
m
n e ,.....W
Money
I
)llect aboi)ut$30mlillion
igitives col
in SSocial Secicurity, re\view disccovers
iS ei c tt l o n E
ssified .1-10
Ciassif
:
p
sssr
:
.
Q
;Lii£onto...
e S ^ b W
p T h e Tnnes
^hOem
«m edada
... fi^ pnline ielmll
—
,
I
; o r- m B w f c y - -
677-404
4
.fi
2
T he agcncy h a s p a idl <
out a t —
b<
“
'
leleast $76 million in SSI benefits
ericans
■WASHIN
UNGTONrThe long arm didesigned for p o o r A m ei
of th e la w finally, g ra b b e d wwith disabilities since 1996
96 - and
in New York ''p<
pei^aps as m u ^ as $283 n ^ o n ,
Anthony Ctiminings
Cl
«yenr, but only after h e aian internal review has foun
City lastyt
“ d.
A nd th e S ocial Se<
ected thousands of dolecXirily
t o f r o m 1' fa Soclol Security pro- AAdministration is at risk o
;°cu?ed
ining m illions m o re to ac<
g r a m w nlile
i i on the run from a
I’t
c h i l d r o pee iindictment in Georgia.
fefelons bccausc it d o esn ’t have
es from
ings, now serving a 10- cccom plete lists of fugitives
ceneral'
son sentence, is one o f ththe states, its in s p e a o r g<
a b o u t 25.00
,000 fuipdves from state w:warns.
SA w ill
n n d f e d e^^-fe
ra
“ We estim a te t h a t SS.^
lo n y charges who
cccontinue to pay fugitives at
h o v e imihFproperly c o lle c te d
a' least
SSI pay>
lentrf-Security Income, $3
$30 million annually in SS
ilcs.'arc—
rh e c k s^ o ra th c 'S b c la l------m
m e n tsif'state 'fu g itiv B 'fih
^nt
T o ^ u s e d ^ ■ 6 1 f f e V e llT -S U Cch’pjy-—
^
^ r i i y - A''A dm lntsw aildh since
m ents,” th e agency’s inn ttern a l
.-T fteA »soda
IE D
V T s i^
i i f
- “"sT cS
------------- r s
w a tchdog-wi^rote
re
m a re c e n t re p o rt o b tain
ta i ed by T he
A ^ o d a te d Pres:
■ess.
The agencyf hopes
h
to negotiate
agreem ents by
byJuly to get such
records fromI all
a; 50 states, offidais said.
barred felony
C ongres in11996
l!
fuginves from1 nreceiving SSI benrc provided to more •
in -elderly, blind'or
® m illion
nericans w ith low
d is a b le d Amei
F u g i t i v e f e l o n s (g
e ttin g
b e n e f ii tt ss
’cuftly Income TlIn 1996. C o n g re ss p a s s e d a lav
OW denying S upplom ontal Socun
with
.
p a y m en ts to folony lugltivos. Elc
Sldorly or d isa b le d A m ericanss w
ii low
Ith. Fodorni
'I '
in c o m o s aro ollgitilo tor ttio payi
symonts ot up lo SSOO .t itw nth.
F
a uditors u sod a rando m sam pio
)lo of 10 s ta te s n n d c stirnnlodJ Ihni
thn lugitives j
noiionw
ido colloctod botw oon1 S76
S million a n d S 203 million
nin
j
in SSI
no
• b o n o lits sinco 1996. Horo a roI tho
tl roaiills o t tn o Study
' ■ I ■
is sinco
1996
p ro jo c to d b o n o fits
sl
N u m b e r olfu slilv o B
Nl
E
AUla b am a
A
-J
244
:S 76 0 ,2 1 4
Cco lorado iZ Jy
4 .1 9 2 .6 3 0
C
G8 I
3 4 3 .0 7 0
Idatio
1
51 ’
Illinois
mil
;>.u
2.267
.
:. .
• 9..123.299
9
244 , ;
.
11.2 0 0 ;e 2 Q
Iowa
:i
:«S 3 .i03
M aino
70 .
6R .949
N
14
Noo tx a sk a
135.844
23
'N
Noow Moxico
11,683
145
O re g o n
On
1,308
11
10.973.394
;j 2.014
io
T
oxas
To
Since th en , oonly 2,000 of th e
1,000 fugitives who
nm
vnptfloi rncorm
NM«' s u tI s te fM New >it»k dry iMva
estim ated 25,0(
>«c
to tu(K*1 Social SocuitiY ccvnfxn
ta>Mct<unott>.
.c i lugU»B»-ltrt»J^«»Od»tfi pavrneolss Tho
T tiaivs an) Kontuchy. Mainn. Majia
-payments— fewer---------^
received-SSI-pi
Nvw J*ney. SouW Carcuiu, TenriMSM.
ce n t - have b e e n
th a n 10 perce:
jrs said.
caught, auditors
^
- i:
^
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Soum
lurcv. Socml SocurtD' Intpoctor Otneral'
;
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r—
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him,” Frisbie said.
about five years ago3 when
wl
New
n e d lh ia i A l .
•
The rescuers had
id brought tools
Year’s Eve fell on Sund
unday,” said
j th o d i s t C h u rd i.
' F r o k e s a id . **This i s j u s t a
' to repair Pinsak’s.sk
sl i, but it was
I
Gem C ounty C leerk
rk Susan
IV h e n F r is b i e a r r i v e d a t b a s
W
h
a
t
r
e
a
l
l
y
m
a
k
e
s
m
e
m
a
d
■epair.
Joke- Wh
, -.
damaged beyond rep
Howard. “ N orm ally,
lly, liquor
c a mT ip
p ,, s to r m s , w in d a n d f o g h a
r t h e w h o le t h i n g is , a s a
n-a-ski-broken----- a.WUt.th
—
-“ I’d-never-seen-f
woul‘ln’t'b’^ s d l d ”o niSSunday:in
t
-----ir c h 'a n d 'r e s d i e p e t ^ n n e l 'c o i
ttn ity i w e ’r e d o i ^ - t h e com receive th e “ K
K e n n e d y C e n te r
HUl D’C I- I'b R iT C ^ T1.T(AP) was virtuaUy
aanm uni
like th at. So i t wj
'
Gem County. But w e5 have
ha some
t e mn p la
i tin g c a Q in g it a n ig h t.
y
n
in
ju
s
tic
e
b
y
n
o
t
b
e
in
g
ran stage
Honors•' Jiison Robiircls, the veteran
•said.
munity
a
.
w orthle^" Frisbie s£
I
establishments h e ret that
tht feel it
!^ot
lo
n
g
a
f
te
r
F
r
is
b
ie
a
rr
iv
e
c
0
s
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ll
l
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r
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r
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l
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f
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c
film
w
o
rk
,
.
N
o
t
kon backDespite his p
and scrcun iictor who won
one of
able to s
Kincaid loaned Pinsak
P
.
would b e re a l d etrim
rimi entai to
e d l o y a l t o t h e th e P®w a s jo in e d ^ a n o th e r p a ris.l /
•All th e
Robards stayed
' t()-l)ack O scars fo r “Al
tiree skied back
g e n aL
^ W
' e ’r e a m a j o r i n t s ^ t e
his skis, and th e thre
dwm on-New Year's EEve.v t .... T
ie r , D e n n is K in c aid , a m a n w it
a tio n a n d s o m e t i m e s p e o ater. “The the:
le a te r h a s k ep t m e
President’s M uti” and “J u lia ,”
crew,
destmiau
to the search a n d rescue
i
■
And the Gem Count:
unty d t y of
i d e r a b l e sk iin g e x p e r tis e ,
c o nissic
,
p
ie
want
a
n
t
t
o
s
t
o
p
i
n
f
o
r
a
d
r
i
n
k
lling canalive and it’s aallllo w e d m e to w o rk
died Tuesday uftcr bnttliii
Kincaid on one leg.
.
Emmett
will
allow
liquor
luor
sales on
r i i e tw o m e n a sk e d to b e t a k e
T lic
cer. lie was 78.
at my craft,”’ hh e s a i d i n a 1 9 9 7
Pinsak was a biitt w o rr ie d , b u t
/ ’ *t h ^ c a n ’t h a v e o i ^ w h a t
New Year’s Eve.
o f im p r e s s io n w ill th a t
idgeport
interview,
u p p a r t o f th e w a y o n s n o w m i
Kohiirds d ied ;ii Bridg
still confident h e woi
m u l d b e found,
In Burley, vAere Sund
unday liquor
e s ., W ith in a n h o u r , th e y sale
isor Sally
Robards, who
'h o w a s k n o w n a s a
b ile
Hospital, nursing supon’isot
since he had told hi
h i s w ife w h e re
sales are p ro h ib itedd,, some
S(
bar ’
k e s a id M u g g e r s w i l l s ta y
to r , s h u n n e d th e
t h e;y
y c o u ld s e a rc h th e th r e e - q uiara
classical actoi
"Dalton Kiid.
he would be. So h eJ ji
just conserved
Froke
owners have atte m ppted
te to get
m iile a r e a w h e re tlie y s p e c u la
m t i l 1 a m N e w Y e a r ’s E v e.
notion of “met
ie th o d ” a c tin g an d
te r -•m
■ Rdiwrds started out ass a stage
his energy, put on the
th) extra socks,
i
spedal perm its fo r Ne^
New Year’s
e ’l^l j u s t s e r v e b e e r a n d
o r s w h o lo o k fo r
e d PP i rn s a k w as.
.actor in tiie 1950s, _
actor:
hats and ^ o v e s hle
e had brought
.
Eve - with Uttle success.
JSS.
L h e s a i d .___ _______
. .
_ m 01t i V
v a t i o n _ f o r _ t h e i r ---------- w( Vh h i l e - p a r i s h i o n e r s - h e l d1 a -----along and waited in
___ Kaininc_____c r i i i c a l _.H
n hhis shelter.--------.
State law perm its coi
coimtic's to
acclaim for his perfor- H
Be w o r k . “ I lo o k a t
p r al y ee r v ig il, s c a r c h a n d r e s ccue
u
said.
T h aI t’s
i s p e r f e c t l y f i n e , s a i d.
“I didn’t panic,” Pinsak
Pi
allow h a rd liq u o r ss;ales on
__________
C ounty
ty
C o m m is s io n e r
B i ll
-mances in E iiy en e K
w o rd - s " h e s a id in a
s n ojw
w rm o b il e s w e r e g e t t i n g s t uu cc k
---------------------------S undays, M e m o ria
a l'l ' Day or
m
a
a
O’Neill plays, includ- M
)3 i n t e r v i e w w i t h
i n th
e
t h e sn o w . B u t w ith in 4 0 mlinil
Times-News writer
c r R „ U tS m a ir
B 'S * ”™
Thanksgiving *• Christm:
stmas is not
e y a r e j u s t g o in g t o h a v e to
ing “The Ic em an B
e
P ro v id e n c e
u t e2s
s co f b e i n g d r o p p e d o f f - • a t
can be rcached a t thi
the Mini-Cassia
, ! ®y,'
_ induded r- but.state law
law does not
it t h is y e a r ,” h e s a i d . _________
___ Cojneth’’ and “ Long ^H
J oum:
in ia ! - B u lle tin .,“ A ll I
a r o3uurn d 2 - a . m . > F r i s b i e - aind,
n
Buiwu at 677-4042,>, Ext.-I09,orfcy-—
E
j----- allow counties o r d tie
s to grant"
ties
Day’s J o u rn e y In to ■
know
)W K , i d o n 't d o a lo t
K inicc a:
a i d f o u n d th e ir f rie n d .
ic i a l s h a v e n o t d i s c u s s e d\
c-mail at ryfrcete;^
r@magicua»eji.
O fficii
spedal-use perm its to
o in
individual
of an
Nii^it.” He won a Tony ■
a n a ly s is . I know
“ W*
changini
;i n g T .v i n F a l l s C o u n t y ’s’ ' bars for liquor sales.
‘W e s k ie d p r a c tic a lly r i g h tc tto
com
award for liis perfor- H
those
>se w o r d s h a v e to
liquor la
lavw , e i t h e r to a l l o w S u p d a y'
And a b a r’s a tte m□pts
p t to sell
m ance
in
“T h e ^
J move
v e m e . I r e l y o n tlie
O t
liquor ssal
a le s o r t o e x t e n d h o tir s to‘
liq u o r by h a v in g a ““p riv a te
,lDisenchiinted.’’
H
I authc
: h o r . I d o n ’t w a n t
_______ ■
2 a jn . fro
f ro m 1 a j n .
p c ^ ” won’t hold watei
rater either,
He m ade liis film H
l actor.‘
o r s r e a s o n i n g w ith
Some
le I d a h o c o m m u i u t i e s h a v e;
said Loniue Gray, th e! chief
chi of the
,'debut in 1959, playing |
a b o u t ‘m o ti v a ti o n ’
cnnWn
t h e i r r u l e s j u s t a b i t t h i s‘
reach. He was arre:
Tested withoui
b e n t the
ntlRued frotn A l
state’s Alcohol Beverage
■age Control
.’a Hungarian freedom
i aU t h a t b u U . A ll I
- ™ '’
year.
gunfire.
Jason Robatils
“ "■*
Bureau.
■figluer
in
"T h e
want
I t ’e
’ m t o d o is le a m
",*•h i s w a g e s , a c c o r d i n g t o a
i ®
split-second
T h e! JJ e r o m e C i t y C o u n c i lI
“They are still a licens<
ensedestab•on
ip lo y e e w h o s p o k e o n ly o n coi
Jo urney.” A fte r th e filn
ilm was
th e goddamnn :l i n e s a n d d o n ’t
decision to hold theii
le irfireto tiy to
recendy.
d y a m e n d e d c o d e t o a llo w’
lishm ent. If th ey a rree fgoing to
i o n o f a n o n y m ity .
shot, Rnbards said he prel
)referred
bump into each
l l (o t h e r . '”
effect an a r re s t,”’ Mid
s
Stephen
New Yeai
f e a r ’s E v e l i q u o r s a l e s fro mI
have a private party, they
the; cannot
M o st o f th e v ic tim s - fo u
theater to the movies.
Robards was
IS tb o m J a s o n N elson
Doherty, the police
ce chief in ^ s
7 p .m ..jc
t o 1 a . ^ . N o r m a l l y , n o>
have one th a t is in a 1licensed
) n J u ly - 2 6 ,- 1 9 2 2 .- i n - - w omm een a n d th r e e m e n - w o r k e
"Once you’re on, nohod
lody can - Robards Jr. on
dty 10 miles n o rthrofBostoh.
ol
l iq u o rr ss a l e s ’ a r e a l l o w e d b i iI ’ establishment th at sells
ells liquor,”
n
;say cut it.’ Voti’re out tliere
the on
Chicago, the sor
s o n o f J a s o n N elson
JJ*t h e a c c o u n tin g d e p a r t m e ere
M
cD
erm
ott
fa
c
e
s
seven
Sundaysi
y s in J e ro m e .
Gray said.
er
p r o m in e n t a c to r .
C o aa kk ll e y s a id th e sh o o tin g s w ^
’•your own, and there’s alway
^ays that
Robards Sr., aI pr
charges of m u rdl eeir a t today^s
Gem1 C
Co u n t y o f f i d a l s r e c e n t l y
tlirill of a real li%e audienci
a p pp aa rr e n d y n o t ra n d o m , s in c e th
ince,” he
Despite hiss f a t h e r ’.s p r o l i f i c
p a sse d aa n o r d i n a n c e a l l o w i n g :
Times-News staff writa
riterJohnT.
re t: h a n 1 7 0 m o v ie s,
s u sip
p eeic t b y p a s s e d s e v e r a l p e o p l
told Newsweek in a 1958
58 intercareer in more
“ s i s ' a , . oj rrn
, ey
Kevin
S
u
n
d
ay
a
y
l
i
q
u
o
r
s
a
l
e
s
f
o
r
N
e
w
Huddy
can be rcached
led in Twin
ib a r d s h a d n o in te rd u nr in
n {g t h e ra m p a g e ,
the young Roba
R eddington, w h o m et with
Year’sEv
:E v e .
Falls at 735-3259 or by
bi/1e-mail'cit
Yet he went on to make
r w( o p e o p l e w e r e s h o t i n th
th e
ike more
est in acting whii
/h ile h e w a s gro w in g ,
Tw
McDermott, wouldd not
t comment
“T hey
ie y p a s s e d a n o t h e r o n e
jhuddy®magicvaVrif.com
vm
"
than 50 fe atu re films, winning
wii
.rood H ig h S c lio o l in
r e c: ec pp t i o n a r e a a n d t h e o t h e r
up. At Hollywoo
on his dem e an o r• o r a possible
Academy Awards for hisI portraypo
Los Angeles, Ro
R o b a r d s w a s o n th e
w eTrCe k i l l e d a t ( h e i r d e s k s ' i
, m o tiy e ._____
al of Washington Post Exec
b a ll, b a s k e t b a l l a n d
a n oo tthh e r w i n g o f t h e b u i l d i nngIxecutive
baseball, footbal
t
M cD erm ott w aass a softw are
/ \ I I
.Editor Hen B radlee in “All
“A the
S h ee llll c a s i n g s a n d b u l l e t s w e r
track teams, aann d t h o u g h t a b o u t
tester who h a d wo
worked at the ^
M’resident’s M en” in 197(
i r o f e s s i o n a l a th le t e .
f o uUld
n d a ll o v e r th e o ffice.
976 and
becoming a prol
company since M arc
irch, said Mike
Meanwhile, Nam paJ po
policc
M dfroniA l
novelist Dnifer Jason Leigli
in g i n 1 9 3 9 , h e w e n t
“ T‘Th h e r e w a s a n e n o r m o u
igliashis . After graduating
Stanley, a team pro
irojects leader.
encouraging anyone who
wh m i ^ t
le
a m loouui n t o f f ir e p o w e r ,” C o a k ^ey
-daugiuers.
on active d uJ ttjy w i t h t h e U.S.
He said McDermott
Itt recendy had to Boi».e .
have had contact w ith
h G arda'to
I In 1999. R obards wass one
o
of
Naval Reserve
'c ai s a n a p p r e n t i c e
s a did. .
Ite and his perTw inn FI a l l s C o u n ^ S h e r i f f
been coming in late
call the police departm
er f o r ^
ment
;five p erfo rm ers s e le ccte
tt d to
seaman. '
S) h e s a i d M c D e r m o tt d i d nnot
o
formance w a sn ’t: a s good as it W aynee 1T o u s l e y s a i d N a m p a
HIV test, Randall said.
h a v e a p e r m i t f o r a n y o f tthe
h a d n 't a l e r t e d h i s d e p a i t h
could have been, but
bu dedined to police hai
By Tuesday e v e n inng,
g ,!Randall
I
w e a p co n s h e w as c a rry in g : a s e m
m ent of
>f aa n y p o s s ib l e c o n n e c tio n s
mielaborate.
said,
at
least
a
dozen
pec
people had
Sunday $7 (1(1 per wee
week, d jily only SS.OO
a u ttoo nm a t i c a s s a u l t r i f l e , a 12
12He said none of th
thie victims was betweenm t th e C a n y o n C o t m t y c a s e
(.’’rc iilatio n
received the test, o r were
wq: planunly $3.50 per week.
gaug«2
r i n F a lls C o u n t y . T h e T w in
i g e s h o tg u n a n d a p is t o l. SJhe
h
rvisor.
and Twin
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t< do with any F a lls Pol
ill lie le v ied for all
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iir o p e n
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nly. If you rciurned dicckv
ln'iw cfii 7 iirul 10 ii.m . only.
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c.ill tlic n iiinlicr fo r y o u r arcii
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sport® ;
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b o di y In e a r b y , h is w e a p o n s w i t hin
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SAN ANTONIO (AP) seven T e x a s in m a te s ti
tied up
prison em p lo y e e s, stoic
)le their
clothes and escaped with1aan arsen a l.o f w e a p o n s ea rlle
ie r th is
month, they left a note warning:
w
“You haven’t heard the last
la: of us
yet"
Two weeks later, all sev
even arc
wanted in th e m urder offapolice
a
'e holdup
officer in a Christm as Eve:
at a su b u rb a n D allas sp
sporting
goods store abolit 300 mile:
les away.
. The surprising thing to0 investij
gators and experts on crin
rime was
.that thc c o n v ic ts - who
10 by all
low cach
accounts did not even kno'
other before they went to prison
og eth e r
- a p p a re n tly s tu c k to{
instead of splitting up.
“They’v e g e n e ra te d a disciBS and a
pline am ong them selves
up since
loyalty th a t h a s held up
cAuliffc,
Dec. 13,” s a id Jo h n McA
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AP
inspector genei
neral for the Texas
Department of
)f (Criminal Justice.
The escapec
>ed co n v icts w e re
behind bars foi
for m urders, rapes
tind robberies
!S ai a o s s Texas and
ranging
were serving: sentences
st
from 30 years
rs to life in prison.
They were see
een as well-armed
nd desperate.
The FBI and s tate and loc
ocal
olice departm ents huntedI ffor
1Cconvicts.
“In- light of the fact that Tex
exas
xecutes more prisoners than any
a
dier state, we have to recogni
^lize
ow v u ln e ra b le we are," sa
said
•ennis Longmirc, a criminal jusjt
tice
ce professor at Sam Housti
ston
State
u t. U niversity in Huntsvill
ille .
These m en really have nothii
hing
) lose.”
The convicts used a medculo
ilous
lan to break out of a maximuj
plan
iumjcurity state pruon ringed wi
wilh
razoi
izor wire 60 miles southeast
!t of
^
an Antonio.
y/,''aring street clothes stoli
W
olen
fi-on
•om p ris o n em ployees, thi
hey
bluf]
luffed th e ir way into a gua
lard
to„e
)wer, saying they needed to0 do
<
mair
lain ten a n ce work. Then th^
:hey
tied
i a guard, stole 14 pistols
ed up
)ls,‘a
r
loaded shotgun,, a loaded rifle
and 238 rounds ooff ammunition,.
I
len pickup that
. fleeing in a stolen
w miles
away,
they ditched a few
m
TTie convicts were
iferc featured on
TV’s “Am erica’s! Most
Mi
Wanted"
on Dec. 16, but the
le ti
dps it generalIt.
ed did not pan out.
The next tim e2 anyone
ar
heard
from die convictss was
w Christmas
-s said.
The men
Eve, investigators
s;
arc w an ted in th
thcc slaying of
awkins, 29, who
Officer Aubry Hawl
abery at a sportwas shot in a robbei
n Ir
IrWng. Capital
ing goods store in
murder warrants; were
we issued for
all seven.
trol was warned
The Border Patrol
;out for the men,
to be on the lookout
'icts apparently
though the convict:
spent the past two
10 m
weeks moving
north, away from
t e Mexican
m th
border, w hich is a three-hour
ison.
drive from the prisor
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Ice, sno^iw create;winter nnightman•e in s . Pl:
*lains
£vacuatln; homeowners
srs carry
<
belongings to a car ear
early Tuesday morning as a
fierce wllitfire approachei
:hes luxury homes In Thousand
(
Id Oaks.
Calif. The wildfires.
whipped by dry Santa Ana
Arw winds, spread to more than
lan 600 acres, according to
Ue Ventura County Rre
:re IDepartment
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP
i( storm m ade Oklahomi
n a highice
ways slick an d dangerous
lUs for a
S'
uesday,
second s tra ig h t day Tu(
sl
shutting down m any busii
sinesses
and state offices and knc
)f homes
out power to thousands of
and businesses.
;d roads
The storin also coated
and power lin es with sno
low and
CO into
ice from N ew M exico
Louisiana a n d Arkansas,, halting
h
jj
scores of
motorists and canceling scc
a
airline
flights. Arkansas Nadonal
Ni
in
Guard
tro o p s w e re sentX out
i
C
f(
four-wheel-drive
vehicless ito resCl
cue m o to rists s tra n d e d1 (on icy
highways by th e s ta te ’s second
s
big ice storm in two weeks.
s.
:cd-up,”
“E verything is all icc(
said Garza County, Texas, deputy
c
constable Cliff I^ w s. “We
salt the roads fast e n o u ^ .”
In O k lah o m a’s ru ra l (Grady
66, fired
County, Ronald Goeller, 66
uup a propane stove for hea
eat after
fucsday.
his power went out early Tu
“I’ve got tw o o r threee ineighbors who a re older than me
ni and
the only heat they’ve gott iis electrie h e a t But I won’t be w
my propane,” he said.
pie were
As many a s 25,000 peoplt
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ay across
an icy ramp where U.S.
ir-trallers lie scattered Tuesday
a
S.
167 joins Interstai
{tate 40 near North Uttle Rock,
i
:h.Art(.
blacl-ed out across
ac
Oklahom a
Tuesday. 1That was down to
j y y e ^ G eensus
WASHINGTON (A P )- Ii
It spent
m illions'on ad v e rtisin g?,, hired
temporary w orkers to kno
nock on
strangers’ doors and wcat
athered
Toversy.
its share of political contro
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s p) o is ^
to
re
le
ase
fig
u
re
s
that
at will
mi.
dominium
ial map
In’t know if I was going • remake th e congressiona:
“I didn’
pi
to h a v e ie n o u g h tim e to g e t
“and document changing popula_tion_____ _______
m yself uufp and-m y-11-year-old-—
Thc h r s t r e s u lt s fror
om th e
son o u t ”
idcount
’a to ry b ru sh -clearan c e . pCensus 2000 national head
M andat
to be released Thursday, ar
are raw,
ices protected property
ordinance
state population totals. Tht
Ticy are
lilly, brush-covered area
‘ti th e hill
expected.to confirm trend
ids that
luxury-hom esare-sepaw here lu*
at sincc
estimates
h
a
v
e
h
in
ted
at
y
swaths
of
open
coun*
®
,‘
ra te d by ;
thc last census a .decade
le ago try . Tle
h e tow n of 120,000 is
booming populations in the
le South
som e 10
40 m ile s w est o f L os
.
at
and West, slow er growthh iin the
Angeles.
North and Midwest.
H om co\
jow ner Gwen S ch ak e tt
That
report
vrill
be
follow
awed by
before the firetook no chances
cli
March,
"more
‘i detailed statistics inI N
fighters got
go thc upper hand.
which
will
reveal
Amcrica’
a ’s new
ned
the
water
on
and
thc
“I tiuTiet
racial m akeup. T he 2000
10 queskids an d I1 are packing u p and
tionnaires allowed people: fifor the
” Schakett
said.
leaving,”
S
jjyj
aboui
K)Ut 20,0(K) by midmoming bi
g jj
prob
‘oblem s c o n tin u ed , sai
prep
pares'tored e ^
“It’s not3ti illegal to be an unhapc of that first.”
care
with the
of a possible problem
pi
py customei
ner,” Parker said,
One flight scheduled to leave
flaps. By the time
tin thc plane was
Passenge:
gers who had been waitlc
late
S u n d ay w as can
in celed
cleared for tak«
akeoff, airline offiing since: S
Sunday for a flight on
bccausc
b
an en g in e chang<
lge took
cials decided itit was too late for
H aw aiian
longer
th a n e x p e c te d to comgner said.
in A irlines w e re giv en
lc
the flight, Wagm
S200 ticket
plcic.
All but 44 of the pas»
<et vouchers and a free
pi
ssengcrs '
Police weree ssum moned after
round-trip
were
ip ticket to the islands,
w booked on other flight
hts.
some 200 passer
sengers - including
the 44 from Sun
said Keoni
>ni Wagner, a com pany
On M onday, a flig h t[ a; t th c
unday - confronted
spokesman,
s£
same
hour was canceled b«
because
the flight crew.
“There :iiisn’t much you can do
to repair no
not b e ^ able to be with ' K
family on
n IChristmas, but w e’re
K
certainly m
not going to operate if
®
there’s any
ly 1hint of a discrepancy,” * ^
W agncrsait
aid, referring to m e c h ^ ^
ical problen
lems. “We’ve got to take . ^
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spokesman Tim Hlanlcy.
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;tting worse now“It’s actually gettir
and we’re losing some
soi ^o u n d ,"
idmoming.
Hanley .said at midm
and trees
' Ice coating power
li
iit lines
an inch
in MoUester wasi almost
air
;er Randy
Green
thick. City Manager
I
said power was out
Dut to the city’s
water system andd the
th town “got.
down dangerously low"
lov\ on water,
To the east. Enter
itergy Arkansas
reported about 49,O
C customers
9,000
‘Glenwood and
without power. “Gli
Mount Ida are in1 the
th dark right
okesman James
now," Enter©- spoke
Thompson .said.
More than 40,000
)00 electric custom ers h ad no e le
h c tric ity in
md some 34,000
northeast Texas and
custom ers w ere in the dark in
tsiana.
northeastern Louisiai
Nonessential Okl>
Oklahoma state
to stay
em ployees w e ree told
ti
dents at schools
home as were studen
kers tiu'oughout
and busines.s worker:
the state, though1 m
many schools
w ere still on win
w in ter break,
Officials at Tinkerr AL
Air Force Ba.se
granted emerin Oklahoma Cityf gr
anessential pergency leave to none;
wei
ed o th ers to
sonnel and aliow
sliow up t^vo hoursslate.
lat
first tim e to check
cl
off if they
man;
any b e lie v e
will hel
lelp
which is th a t Censi
ensus 2000 has
were of more than
th one nice, proDemi
emocrats. President-elect Bu:
Uy a successful
lush
been operationally
viding a richI pp<o rtra it of racial
hasn’
isn’t said what he will do.
ays.
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idendficadon never
ne
before availDi£ past th e polidcal implic
Dig
icaNot w ith o u t son
som e glitches
able.
ons, th o u g h , and C cnsi
sUs
though,
tions
These number
}ers will have comDirei
irec to r K e n n eth Prewi
ear, some of the
vitt
Earlier in the year,
plex political im
in plications. Thc
ilieves thc results will yield
belie
,d a
roughly 120'million
n
jn mailings
sent
Suprem e Court
art ruled last year
demo
imographic portrait of Amcric
remind them of
rica
to Americans to rem
that the raw, state
st
and diverse as eve
data will be
as complex
co:
ver.
th e count w e re m
mi:isa d d re sse d '
used to reapport
orrion the 435 scats
More
ore detailed statistics'w ill, bbfi - -because of a printing
Iting error. And
in the House am(
leased incrementally over the
th
imong the 50 states.
relea:
ter most of the
in March, just after
The March report
rej
:xt two years, ranging in topii
may include
next
J, sc
some congrespics
forms were mailed,
two sets of numl
om p o v e rty and incom e: to
t
imbers: the raw figfrom
sional R epublicans
ins questioned
ures, and a secc
iple
the ifttrusiveness> of some quesimigrauon and same-sex<oupl
econd set adjusted
immi]
by way-oLa jstatisticaL
ta
)Useholds__
m cthod___ house
tcm long form:
tions'on thc 53-itcm
known as samp
m pling. The sam e
“We
“W are convinced that whe
loney do you
hen ' “ How m uch mom
court decisionI left
It it to states to
thee data
d
are out, it will unde
iermake?" or “Do you
I
ou have
plumbd cc id e w hich
h nr u m b ers to use
scorc
ore what w e’ve been seeini
ing,
ing at home?”
whcn they redrz
draw congressional
slative lines beginand state legisla
ning next year.
hec incom ing Bush
But first, th
ad m in istratio
onn will have to
e r to even release
■ feY
decide whether
th e ad ju ste dI nnu m b ers, which
Passenngers cor•nfront fli,
[ight cre\^w after ielay
- SEATAC, Wash. (Al
(AP) - They
..^jcpected a Christmas
IS oof sun and
,surf in Hawaii. Instead,
ad, dozens of
would-be travelers got
ot cchilly drizzic, two canceled fligi
lights and a
visit from po lice befi
>eforc th e ir
plane finally left forr tl
the islands
Tuesday - two days late,
ate.
, There were heated
°d words on
:Wonday afte r th e secc
econd fligiu
'ca n ce lla tio n a n d pol
police w e re
^(failed to calm th e pa
passengers'
'down, but no one was
ms arrested,
.said Bob Parker, a spoki
wkesman for
:Scattle-Tacom a In te rm a tio n a l
Airport
Hr
K
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.
Official:
lls questioon four !
as windds v^hip M
ivildfires “
THOUSAND OAI
>AKS. C alif.
(AP) - Dry desert wind
wii drove a
. 600-acrc w ild fire da
dangerously
close to luxury home
m es Tuesday,
and in v e s tig a to rs5 qqu estio n ed
'-.four teen-agers ab olUt
u t:the blaze.
ut iin the midII The fire broke out
b u t by midi.xlle of th e n ig h t, bu
rim om ing'nohom es'hai
h a d b ^ n lo s r —
•eported to be
:^.and thc blaze was repi
t'. 70 perccnt contained.
fire fig h te rs,
• More th a n 600 fir
four water-dropping-i
Jg helicopters
rs tbattled thr
1 tand two air tankers
.. flames.
and an
Three 16-year-oldi boys
hi
- 18-year-old m an wt
w e re b e in g
• 'jquestioned by arson
on invcstiga'o u n ty F ir e
• -.?ors, V e n tu r a Cou
nvoman Sandi
t ’-Department spokeswo
Wells said,
c*.. In v e stig a to rs'salid
id 'th e blaze
een set;
p .appeared to have beer
esidentsw cre
>■; Thoitsand Oaks resii
night have to
-warned that they mig
Ties advanced
; -evacuate as the flamei
jf fc
back yards;
-------*',towithin lOO fe et of
na winds that
•'.fanned by S anta Ana
But as day.
gusted to 20 m ph.. B
iMight broke and th ce helicopters
h
^•arrived, th e w indI and
ai flam es
I
.-’■began to subside.
curtains and
•>il: “I pulled up my cu
I
Ksaw a w all o f flam
m ees com ing
Nathan Brian
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:h bbegan a brief familyfishing vacalionI Tuesday,
Tv
but m ade
plain th at he was dev
levoting much of his
attention to building;
lg a new administrastayed behind
■ tion. His daughter Jenna
Jer
following an appen• ' in Texas to recover‘ foi
I dectomy.
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ip h is p a r e n ts in
;; H o u sto n cn routee to
t t h e is la n d , a
• favorite family angling
ling spot on Florida’s
J • gulf coast. It was his first trip to thc
stai
itate since thc election recou
count here
stai
italled his daim on the preside
sidency for
five
ive weeks.
A
After
Bush arrived at the: ai
airport in
nea
learby Fort Myers, someonee a;
appeared
witl
vith fishing rods, and the family
nily departcd in a sm all m o to rca d et fc
;d
fo r Boca
Gra
rt ttown on
3rande, an exclusive resort
Gas
irasota and
Jasparilla Island between Sara;
For
‘ort Myers.
B
Bush
later golfed with brot^
•other Jeb ,
thcgovemor of Florida; brothe
he
ther-in-law
Bobby Cook
k a n d Jeb’s son, George P.
O ther famlily
il m em bers w alked thh e
course w ithi ithem , induding brothers
srs
Marvin andJ 1Neil; their fodier, formier
er
President Bu
3ush, who used a cane folollowing ree
e c e n t h ip -re p la c e m e n t
surgery; andd form er first lady Barbara
ra
Bush,
Thc fam ilj
ily plan n e d a fishing trip
ip
today off the
le island. They were staying
ng
»at the Gaspai
>arilla Inn, a stately m anor
or
on the palmn trecKlotted island w ithin
in '
walking distance off the
th golf course.
Aides had said last
^
ist week
they expect*
ed a nonw orking getaway.
ge
B ut w ith
Inauguration D ay 3.51
t.5 weeks away, Bush
pressed on with assem
ambling his Cabinet,
ROWabout half-comple
ipleted.
Additional nominal
hations could come
as early as Thursday
lay during a trip to
Washington, they said,
aid.
.
Stepping on to lls
his plane in drizzly
Austin, Texas, BushI said
sa he planned “a
Uttle rdaxadon, a loto
Dt of phone calls.”
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invited
to sing at
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n au g u ra tio n s in
WasI
tshington,D.C
Th
rhe 325-member d io ir lastip
pei
erfo im e d at^ e
parai
rade v/hen president-elect George W. Bush’s
fathe
rh e choir has also
her was sworn io in 1989. The
sung
)g for the inaugurations of’Lyndon
L^i
John^
R ich
R eagw .
:hard Nixon (twice), and Ronald
Ro
's a great honor for th e choir
tioir to be i m o ^
bade,
Je,” director Craig JessopI told
toi the D e s ^ t
Kewj
ws on Tuesday, adding that
lat <
details on p e
choir
jit’s partidpation in the Jan.
fan. 20 cerem^my'
a r e: unclear.
u
“We’re very exdted
ted about i t ”
, U.S. nilixes salei o f Canac.dian dm^
WASHINGTON -■The
Tl Departa n d H um an
m ent o f H ealth an'
•sday t h a t it
S erv ice s said Tuesd
would not implement
a electionIt an
nable cheaper
year law meant to enab
prescription drugs to0 fli
flow in from
ith critics
that
Canada, agreeing with
>
us flaw s and
the law had “serious
■loopholes.”
w ould h a v e
i
The leg islatio n wc
and distribu; allowed drug stores an
• tors to buy drugs in1Ci
C anada that
ired here and
• had been manufacturec
1 re sell th em to A
Arm e ric a n s .
;ss ju st weeks
Approved by Congress.
; before Election Day,
ti e legislaf, th
It to
; tion was an attempt
t address
iper prescripthe clamor for cheapei
ilarly am ong
tion drugs - particulai
the elderly - as la^vma
m akers were
I unable to agree on a more
m< sweepcription dm g
: ing plan to add prescrii
2.
; coverage to Medicare.
thc
•
But the legislation directed
dii
I HHS secretary to reviev
new the measure and determ inei; w h e th e r it
nd safe. In a .
: was cost effective and
l e tte r T u esd a y to> P re s id e n t
Clinton, HHS Secretai
;ta ry D onna
Shalala .said it was neith
iitheh
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lid she would .
•-n o t request
million
ion available '
; to establish a systemI for
fo oversee)f drugs
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but in smaller nu
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his wife earlier
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ai
a n d 1999, Russia deployi
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inproUferation and arms control spedalsf
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loscow
C enter, said die reduced co
complement of missiles was not nnumerit
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igation also
concluded that some! pt
personnel '
of the Orthodox Union
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-f
effect
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o
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agjd m in istratio n (o devise
se new
.
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m to be
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m what
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formed
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jp
speed
veliides will go durin
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te:
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i
sc
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chnical,
bu can make a huge differe
but
rence,”
sa Phil R echt, form er d<
said
deputy
ad m in is tra to r of th e NH
ad
HTSA.
“You can say that no car ca
GUI roll
ov in a certain test. And
over
id tiien
du test becomes the issue.
die
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a inistrators in
f adm
th e end are going
go
to h a v e to
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tii have.doubts,
when they don’
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data - are theyf going
gi
to side witii
the concerns of
tl auto indusoy
if the
or consumer grou
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i
n, vice
president of
governm enial
II a ffa irs s t the
A lliance
of' A u to n io b ile
)f’
M anufacturers,
s, ai ^ e e d th at the
Bush administra
tration is likely to
have a lighter touch
toi
than its prcdecessor when1ititcomes to implementing regulatio
itions.
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-industry leaders,
too, expect the
r
e new
adm inistration tobehesitani
ant about imposing
the kinds of rcgi
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xe that have been
seriously considt
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CUnton years.. They
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jafety on the roads, rai
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ato in istrai
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ha< made no
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w e do expe
cpect a more reasonable
things.
I*; And with m any off tiie
tl donors
approach1 to
ti regulations th at are
D avid A. Bl
Blackmer, D.P.M.
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R andal L M
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the presidency l o ^ Jy
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i
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N o t FDIC Insurt
in programs overaD.
wtmvl
n ) Mrv<c« eMr»l by U&ere
‘J By exercising discrej
zretion over
funding to their agend
sndes. Bush
i n g
t h e
b e; s t
h e a l t h cc a r e
f o r
y oo u r
f a m i l y
o f t e n
appointees could make
ii
ceitdifHcult
to enforce regulationss aggressiveaf
r e q u i r e ss
a
g o o d
dl ( o s e
o f
c o in n f i d e n c e .
ly. They also could'requ
equire more
consideration of th e effect
e
on
’} industiy when dedding
ing whetiier
F i n d i i
3 and how to enforce re{
regulations
g already on the books.
s. JAnd they
^ could either reduce or
ir fi
freeze tiie
^'w ork force at v anous
us iagencies
'j and red u ce fin es for
ir b
. . i r u l e s . . . ..................
“ 2»rT hatpn)sp4ct is strrored
sm
by *
.--business but viewed witi
with dismay
„Jby consumer advocates.
-£*1 “We ex p e a them to0 s;
systemati■tcally stop c e n ain thing
to
!^Ilnderfund o th e rs,” sa Jo an
ijX lay b ro o k , w ho heat
R a tio n a l Highway Traffi
affic Safety
X President
g id m in istra tio n under
P
------^ 3 !?rterandnow works'ft
5~forPublic
^Citizen, the Ralph Nader
ierg ro u p .'
“They will probably'tak
tal e are al: ly harsh look a t anyth
' h a p p e n ed in th e la
lass t th re e
^m onths of the Clinton administraad
fjb a m o fr
lo tio n .G e ttin g regulatory
tory activity
‘•-£ping again
be very
u y difficult,
U lV jH fy .
a y ”-------------___ i ^ lt least m a posirive.wayJ
j S A r l i e S c h a rd t, foui
o u n d er of
ia S
Services,
..
Environm ental M edia
which dissem inates info
nformation
on en v iro n m en tal issu
ssues, said
U H nS :
agendes **don’t have to do any/.
^ thing other than not enfi
enforce any
:• regulations. Who can make
ma them
. doit?”
. ']ii>
. Although it is logical.t
al.to.expect—
that any Republican adr
administration would arrive in Wa;
IVashington
with less compunction to impose
regulations tiiat busines
nesses conregulatory
sider onerous, such reg
,
\ restraint could be p a'rticularly
a rt
marked under Bush.
Bush was p ropelled i
the
W
i
presidency by donatioi from
entrepreneurs and finan
: business interests at a lev never
before seen. His backers,
TS, whether
small-business owners
o repres or
500 compa- sentatives of Fortune 500
nies, vrere enthusiasticc al
about his
business-friendly record
ii Texas,
-din
regulations
5 where he simplified regi
' on in dustry, rh a m p io n
prom ul^treform,, cot taxes and prt
ed a philosophy of p art
artnersnip
with b u sin e sse s th a t o ften
: allowed them to regulai
ilate themJ selves.
i Already business groi
\ leaders a re drawing up
or
' rules they w ant w lthdr
; reronsidered - as well1 as
os legisla•Vt
t
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no matter what it itakes. Wliy do they care?
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hey
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Jing iiamilies throughout M
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your family's healthcai
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w i t h[i w e l f a nr e r e f o r mn
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Lots of p e o p le say
ay they’d lik e to be adhe
Iherents, but it was a victory
Oty fo r th e
paid fc r n o t working,
ing, b u t d e e p down, w jrk
orl a d a y ta x p a y e rs who fui
; few p e o p le re ally enjoy
en
id len ess. So, fare,
re.
j given th e choice, mos
nost folks will trade
Ul< o th e r states, Idaho was
Like
vas fre e to
j welfare for th e dignir
nicy of ea rn in g their craft
aft its own w elfare reform p:
>own living.
One
le key decisio n for Idaho ir
» T h a t ’s t r u e ev eiry
ry .
'
■
— —
the lifetime
le €eligibili{w here, a n d it seetn:
. Though
M o i t people (uvgi
^ g e m „ g o ff
/ p a r t i c u l a r l y t r u e ir
set a fiverom w elfii/v a n d gelling
r Idaho. S ta tis tic s frorr
^ r i’a lIOUS tn year maximi
im um , th e
Jth e U.S. D e p artm en i
Id a h o
I M o . T Im m v e a r
lof H ealth a n d Hum ar
S l a ^ r re
e .a p p lie d
jS e rv ic e s sh o w thai
h a t m om 's' ih a n lluy (iifi
ta ■iiriiai l/iev a particular!’
arly to u g h
Jidaho’s fo rm e r welfare
)f ilo v e : a
r k s i m e . t m d ''a r i a t y o(
^■ eresnkidizeeilfyliu
[recipients a r e finding
o f tw o
.
m axim umn <
{work fa s te r th a n their
leir 'llie \'a ir doin g so ^'illi
Itil liieaigJllty ' years of l>ene
jnefits.
I p e e r s in a n y o th e r
:wo y e a r s
tiia
t
r
a
n
only
k
e
a
rn
w / W
/
[s ta te . T h e jo b en try
le, so m ost
■ ; rate for p e o p le who’ve
)’ve
lu m lz r o ii'.
ri'.
re c ip ie n tss w e a n e d
gone from w e lfare: to _______ ____________
__________ __ themselvess ol
off s ta te
work is 78 p e rc e n t; in
support inI oi
o rd e r to
Id a h o - a lm o s t doub
)uble t h e n a tio n a l presei
serve eligibility for when tht
t h ^ re alrate o f 43 p ercen t. ■
ly ne<
need it. O u r guess is, thee tt<o u g h e r
As a c la ss , Id a h oo’s
’s fo rm e r w elfare limit
i one reason for the comp
it is
m parative
■ r e c ip ie n ts a l s o ennjo
ji y t h e h i g h e s t succe;
cess of Idaho’s program. .
;earnings g a in s oncee they
tl
stop collect*
Is; Idaho’s
Ii
revam ped welfare
: s te m
re sy
;ing w e lfare ch e ck s; ar
and s ta rt ea rn in g pcrfe<
feet? No. Are some peoplee s ^ liv. tlie ir ow n pay c h ec:ks.
k s T h at su g g ests in g in poverty through no fault
Jt co f th e ir
! they a r e la n d in g grez
■reat jo b s , b u t th e own?
1? ISure.
! re al e x p l a n a t i o n is th
t a t th e s t a t e ’s ■ But
ut no o n e can deny that the |
I w elfare p a y m e n ts are relatively m ea- lum1 is
i< swinging in the right dir
!gcr. T h o u g h t h e tru
ru tth is so m e w h a t U nde
J e Sam certainly thinl« so, b
- ;; less g la m o ro u s , peopl
ople still w ind u p h e is:sggiving th e state a S1.5 milli(
illion per■with m o re m o n e y in t h e i r p o c k e ts forma
m an c e b o n u s a s a rew ard
rd f o r its
'^vhen th ey go from w
weelfare to w ork in revam
im ped w elfare program,
:•Idaho.
The
he sim ple tru th is that more
re ]p e o p le
I d a h o d i d n ’t d re
a
•earn
u p w e lf a r e a re ggeetting off welfare and gettii
Itting re al
reform o n i t s own. It was a u th o riz ed jobs5 ii
in Idaho. 'They are earning
ling m o re
by a R e p u b lic a n Con,
Congress in te n t on monej
iey th a n they did when the]
hey w e re
re tu rn in g w e lfa re to
i o rig in al mis- subsid
:o its
th ey a r e
sidized by th e state, and thi
; sion: h e lp in g p>eoplee when
w
they really doing
lg so w ith th e dignity that: can
ca only
need help. It was a set)
setback for th e lib- be elarned
ar
through hard work.
era l c u ltu r e o f e n tlitlc
i t l m e n t, a n d its
Now
i)w th a t’s real reform.
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A sh
icroftwAll returm moraility to ppost
t-wing groups are mighty
ire
imposed on Washington, D.C.
o .c. This
I
ups.
3set that President-elect
re
reversal in value flow, I think
link, can be
■
Bus
ash has nominated outgoing
dd(early traced to th e G reatt Sodety
So
J.
M
m Sen
jn. John Ashcroft; R-Mo., to
era...”
I^
A
L
T
h
o
m
a
s
J i L ^ bec<
jcome Attorney General of
Later, Ashcroft tells m e that
tha while '
the United Sta
tates. The reason? Ashcroft
W
Washington is neither th e entire
eni
probis the polar op)
tpposite of Janet Reno and
lei
lem, nor the entire answ er,
r, it can
,
id Justice Depanm ent. If
herpolitidzed
pa
part of one or the other. But
h sees gqvu t he
confirmed (ane
nd you can count on the
----------------------------- e2m
r m cnt as one of the m ore
re ppowerful
same people who
w “borked” Robert
choices are prim arily
ily shaped by the cul*
ini
influences: “We should takkee die
t hostiliBork, keepingg him
i
off thc Supreme
ture, and culture shai
hapes behavior in an
ty
y toward morality out of the system,
________
Court, to try th
antidpatory or prevei
the same with Ashcroft), he
iveniative way. Laws
Ar
\ n d take die hostility toward
ard faith out
will beto t h e: Justice
j
Department whatIt
shape behavior by punishing
pu
after
of
jf the system... Pastors need
t call peoed to
an exorcist is; t<
______ there’s been an infrae
to d emons.______________
raction._O urgovem *___pli
5st, not
^ t o tfaeir-highest and best,
1 accot|f-------ThcXeft will
ill'try'to smear Ashcroft as
IS
ment of late has made
ad e it very difficidt
me
nodate die culture a t its lowe
owest and
a racist bccaus
ase he opposed the elevafor the culture to opCJ
iperate by shaping
le:
east."
ticm of a Missoi
» u ri judge, who happens to
behavior... the highei
h e r the level of
■,Ashcroft acknowleelges thai
th at becausiil'
C l ^ Walworth.......................
he federal bench; a misbgyQT. • morality, the lower: th
ih e need for governgdlrectof
be black, to the
.......... Managing «lltof
MIkoSn
of
)f his positive and deeply held
hcli Clhristian
nist, becausc he
hi is pro-life; and a reliment legality. As w/ee Ihave destroyed the
fai
aith he will be perceived to wanl
v
to
lg[,
gious
fanatic,
b
,
because
he
takes
his
failh
th
ability of culture toJ shape
sI
behavior, we
“C
^ Tfie m em bers of thei
the editorial board and writers; of editorials are Stephen Hartgen,
‘Christianize everybody.” H
Hee explains,
seriously enouf
ugh to impose it upon himnhave had to proliferat
irate laws in an
“T
‘The point is diat governance
mce is the pro■ W illiam Brock,(, Clark
Cl Walworth, Steve Crump,
p, fKevin Richert and Dan Fields.
self, unlike mai
lany other politidans . attempt to make upp for
fc the absence of
ces
:ess, by imposition and mandi
indate, of
Democrats and
id Republicans - who useI it
the culture-shaping5 behavior.
bi
The proUfcoi
:ompelling people to live aatt a level of '
as political win
indow dressing,
eration of laws has nneever made up for it,
the
h e threshold of acceptability,
lity. If all a ^^
In a lengthyy iinterview for my bex>k,
but we keep addingg m
it ore laws, and
lea
eader does is to govern, he’s
1 a leacj;
e ’s not
------------“Blinded by Mi
Hight: Can The Religious
more laws, and m ore
1
re laws."
er.
e o p l e j n a t f ___
i r - h e just mandates th at ppec
e t t e
------------------Right Savc'Am
m erica?” I asked’Ayicrofr
fr
A ^eroft believes'tl:
s'tKatih“durpuS uit
i tnto the lowest possible level.'
vei.”
for his views ah
about government and a
of tolerance for ev eaything,
ry
we have sur*
( freedom: “It is very diffic
On
ifficultto ,!
.1 Medical counselingg i<
Is a swindle
Gass prices
|
are unethical
lot of other thir
lings. Following are some
rendered thc concept
^pl of stigmatizing
imj
mpose anydiing in a free sod
sodety... It’s,
ibout all of the rip
The
behavior which we used
usi to discourage:
! Iluivc been reading abou
out of
excerpts:
h e gas priccs in this area are5ou
im]
m ponant for thc public to) understand
un
I offs ;ind swindles bdng per]
perpetrated on
contro
•oseofgoiKmment:
trol, and it is time for this bchai
_ “We have outlawedi stig
st m a... by saying
‘havior to
Onthcpurpos
tha
ha t you’re not in a jrosirion
tc iust come
n.tO
• seJiior dtizens bui was unav
tnaware of one being-----stop—
------------------“Government’s
t’s responsibility is to m ake
ee ■■ thai'ii’s politlS lly inC'
incorrect and inap- '
inn here
l
and insist, yet the pub
public is in a
conduaed and evidentlyy co
condoned by die
This
his past weekend, I traveled to Salt
;
sure that there
propriate to say th at
c
•c is a hospitable set of
It certain
things are
po:
tosition to insist..." ' ^
Lakc(
; siiiteofldaho right here: in
in'T\vin Falls.
:c City to sec that gas prices wei
were 35
externals thatt allow
a
people to do well
wrong. Wc are no lonj
onger capable of
1There’s much m ore in thle
e book
bi
and,, :
Last week, I called th
hee!South Central
ccnts
c
ts cheaper
per gallon dian diey
icy are
and to providee ai framework in which
identifying things as
b
IS being
wrong, and
coi
ount on Ashcroft’s detractors
tors to pick ;/
; Health Disuict to make
ai appointment
:e an
heree for
fi regular gasoline. Gas price
rices in — ■-people can grov
ow. It shouldn’t be growthh ....... we are no longer capa
ipable of ranking, for
thc
he’
quotes
about
his
faith
o
u
t'
out
of
context
: for a yellow fever shot.. I vwas told that it
theRc
Rocky Mountain Region were
re aaverof government;
It; it should be growth of
affirmation, things th
thiat are legal. Once
ane
n d tum him into Elm er GanC
antry.
;•would be S95 for the shot
hot anil counseling
aging:
lg Sl.477 for a gallon of regular
Jar as of
individuals...”
you devalue affirmatii
ation and you oudaw
Asl
Lshcroft has the personal qua:
qualities and
' for travel abroad. I toldd them
th
that I was
Dec.;. 1:
18. Boise is enjoying priccs rig
right
Ontlicprimat
ary cause 0/ mtjra/ dcclinc: ’
stigma, you make it[ impossible
in
for the
prc
irofessional
experience
so
nee
needed
at ;
; not interested in any cour
ounselingbut I
arounc
und S1.50 for mid-grade gasolin<
iline. The
“The moral con
sndition of a country is an1
cultxire to shape mora!
jral choices.”
the
he Depanment of Justice after
afte eight
I would Uke to make an appointment
apj
for
price
c a barrel of crude oil has dre
:e of
dropped
aggregation off the
t moral choices m ade
Can govemmcnt, aloi
alonc, turn cuhurc
yea
ea rs of a depanm ent th at has
ha; served
; the shot.
58 sine
incc Thanksgiving. Have gas5pnces
pr
by individuals.
■
5. There (are) a variety of
arvund and influence
v bbetter decision makbot
oth as a subsidiary of th e White
Wh House
; 1went in for my yellow
ow fever immuin this
fiis area even budged since then
hen. Not
conditions in the
th culture that signal elis;*
iVig?“N o.T heideaof
{
of government
being
ane
nd thc primaiy defen d e r of indefensiii
^
' nization. I w aited for al»u
Iwut 20 minutes______untilil E
Dec. 19 did wc sec a nickelIcoi
come.off___respect for m or
jrals tharhavcTiffected-—
--------thesource-ofgoejdnes!
lessinthe-culturels--------ble
Ie acuons by BilTClinton aiTd
and his min-" 1
------ rbeforebelng ushere’d'irito
rito a treatment
the pricc
pri of gas leaving us still 18
ce
_____
the
kind
of
choi
oices
that
are
being
a
mistake...
The
geniu:
lius of thc American
lon
ins.
!room by a very pleasant
rr
It man,
A nurse______ abate.
■ republic is not thaMhe
th e values of
; told me that th e yellow! fever
fc
shot was
follow
JW die formula of 2 cents for ev<
every
ae a te an envin
irorunent that is hostile to)
Washington be impose
osed on the people,
C
Cal Thomas is a LosArt^les
fcs 7Time?
' recommended but not required
req
for
dollar
ar iof crude, they should have
good, moral dec
edsion-making. Moral
(it is) diat the people’s
le’s values be
coh
: where I was going. (My' trt
travel agent had .
droppt
jiumnist.
3ped at least 16 cents sincc
‘already told m c that they
ley would not even
Thank
rJtsgiving.
Ict mc board thc plane in INew York if I
Reg;
egardless of die justificationI fot
for
did not have proof of a rec
recent yellow
char^i
rging sudi horrendous pricesjfor
foi
-- ---------------e t
fever shot.) Then slie tried
ried to “sell" me
gasolir
»line, it is dishonest, unethical
ai
aland___________________
on the idea of taking tiu-et
u-ee other shots
possibl
libly illegal. There are no signs e
oi “best managei Hepatitis 1 and 2 and aI malaria
mi
shot. I
compe
coi
Central aiJth(
petidon within this valley, thc
horlty m ust be formedt(] and enforce the usei of
ounty Prosecutor Grant Loeb
oebs;our !told her that I wanted the
ihe required yeiapfwar
ment practices” in th
thee dairy industry.
are
earance of wiiich may make Ihese
the
re a legislators, Rep. Doug; Jones
Jo;
anef
To The Times
es-News editorial board:
; low fc'ver shot only! Shee gave
gi me the shot
action.-!
■ This problem cuts acn
ans illegal. While I certainly resj
icross county boundSei
«ns. Laird Noh and John San
Sandy; S tete
TheT m nFal
alls
Area
Chamber
of
nHwt efficiently, and I was
was out of the
the fac
aries
and
requires
inp
iip
u
t
and
cidorceAll
Jlred
,
head
of
the
State
Depa
fact that these merdiants arce in busilepartmentof
Commerce reco
cognizes our local dairy
:‘r(K)m in less tlian du-ee: mi
minutes,
ness: to m ake money, there arc more
ment
from
thc
s
tate
le
J level. The state
£Environmental
n'
Quality; andd other
01
offT*
lore
industry has coi
rontributed immensely to
I When I went to the fron
ront to pay for the
su-ateg
attorney general’s offi
legics to accomplish that purpojffice recently proda;
ials for their efforts to addres
jress these
die economic vi
vitality of the Twin Falls
I shot, I was billed SSS for
)r the
tl vaccine, 516
thanI to rob their own customers..Some
Soi
pro
vided an opinion t haatt :state audiority
roblems. These individuals
u
Is understand
and Magic VaU(
Iley area. Our area has
; for the adm inistration of thc
tl shot and
goodI ol
exists
for
enforcement
old-fashioned compcdtion just
iie
issues
affecting
o
ur
commi
nmunity
an d '
e
n
t
of
proper
envi*
the
iust m ay
received nation
)n:d recogtution as a lead*
• $24 for her trying to sell11me
m three other
be the
are
re aggressively pursuing solu
lie best thing and the right thing
roimiental controls.
wlutions. We
ste management pre>>stingS71 a s it
this coi
1shots, so instead of it costii
uppon th d r efforts and encoi
community and for gas station r
ncourage
!
We
encourage
th
e
L
Legislature
to
sup
grams.
; should, it ran S9S, as evide
idently you pay
chatits
Its in the long run.
lem to continue their work
tc
- authorize a central agency
agt
to establish
die
k tomaintaiii(
ely, a limited num ber of _____ standards for these environmental
in r\
rhe
' Unfortunatel’
__ .fnrihe counseling whelhei
ther you want it or_____ Uicc
lere are remedies-availnhlp in
le quality of life in the Magic
en
agic Valley,______
areas '
reticcting poorly on tne
and at the ra te of mon
lore than S20 per
state of
ol Idaho to consumers for this 1
with penalties for thos
E
bose violating thT--------------DAVE-SNELSON-------------idustry and have conS fsS Jy
m ir e dairy ind
I;minute. A ra th e r obscene
ne jamount for a
of beha
ihavior. If these steps are neces
standards. Wc believe
Chairman
ive this audioritj'
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legal
tnbuted to envi
vironmental concerns wiih
state service, particularly
riy >
when diat serfor con
onsumers to be treated in a legi
dl
must be enforced, incl
And
ncluding swift, meanA Seven Other M em bers
srs
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lies, water quality and
; vice was neither requested
Ued nor desired.
and honest
hoi
«>SsibiliI'Shls, ni.
manner, it is our respond
ingful punishment whi
when compliance is
Legislative
L
Affolrs Commltti
nlttee
waste
managem
iment.
i;T:Uk about gouging the public.
pul
ty to' pl
pursue those remedies.
not fonhcoming in a ti
dm cly fashion.
Twin
T
Falls Area C ham ber
of
;rof
. ,
; JACKLYTIIGOE
Our counties;s Ido not seem to have
JAR]
^RED CHRISTENSEN
We extend our appn
■predation to the
Cor
onunerce
I Twin FaUs
Rupe
doar authorityy or
< resources to monitor
jpcrt
Twin Falls County con
:ommissioners and
T
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j'>a& eed to t r a n s i t to
to o n efe d er.
; a l judge in Miami ^all of the
I cases against HMOs
]
Jsp en d m g
around die countiy.
y* ,
' Although it receive
jvedsam t
m edia attention, thh e s c tm n g ly
innocuous dedsionn plays
p
imo
.
th e hands of plaintifi
ntfs-attorI neys, who are attem
m pp tm g to u se
! th e ju d id ary to coert
I nation’s managed cai
^ m d iu u y
; into a massive settler
aem enl t o l
; could rim to billions
jso<fd o U a n .
I The result would b uncon.
• sdonable - raising: th cost of
I healti>care to prohib
iib io v e levels
I for millions of Amerii
encans, and •
; likely jeopardizingJ tli
th e ^
; tence of some HMOs.
Os The latter
; development would
Id Ileave a
health-care void thma ttm a n y
; localities would be!htua rd I pressed to fill.
I This concened assi
! m anaged care is le|d
d Iby Dickie
i Scruggs and David B(
; Americans haven’tt hh«ea rd of
I Scrugg^ a smalI*tOH7]
I Mississippi lawyer,.ww!h o se finn
walked away with m
mcore than
$900 million from the
th e tobacco
' settlem ent two years
,
Boies, of course, IS
is jAmerica’s
; latest legal celebrityt y - f i r s t as
; th e government’s top
:op rented
; law yer in the Microso
; antitrust case and tnore
mo r ^ m ‘ ly as th e field m arsha
"P resid en t Gore’s post
ostelecoon
brigade of chad-stalki
.
. Together, Scruggs
s
;s and
to e s
lea d 40 or more firm
m s seebng
. -to cash in on th e c ui rre
m n t hostili.ty to HMOs. T heir strategy,
str
as
Scruggs told a Mississ
ussipp.ncwspaper, is to com bine
le azU o fth e
' separate complaints
ts 2against the
seven national manag
iaged< are
com petitors into o nl ee ' massive
lawsuit."
.„ „
T hat, he notes, will P“ ‘
incredible pressures ooin every.
one to settle it.” Settle
itU eo u to f
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mge pattients
T
an attem pt to ei^a-run thi
the
Suprem e Court, th e class
iss-action
i I ) A ^\ n i e l E . T roy
lawyers repackaged theii
eir
'
rinimg^ a lle ^ n g th a t tb eH
e ] M Os
•’
somehow concealed th ee ffinan.cotxrt,of<
d a l incentives th ey offer
er physi)f course; which would
allow Sicr
d a n s who lim it tb e use ol
of
c r u ^ and Boles to walk
aw ayw iU
tm needed or extraneous
IS treatrith h tity contingency
ments.
fe e s forr ddoing little m ore t h ^
filingaih
The
lawyers
also
m
ade
le
th e
. threatening lawsuit,
g e m ggs has gone so fa r as to
novel argum ent th a t HM<
MOs
could b e sued u n d er thee
m dal analysts about
p ^ d i n gg llawsuits - hoping
R acketeer Influenced an<
md
C orrupt O r g a i^ tio n s A
< a
Act,
scare investors into a
federal law o rig in ^ y pa:
lassedto
panickyy sell-off
s
that sends
HM Oslcx
fight
organized
crim
e
tha
hat
tock prices into taUspins.
H is "sule
e iand destroy” strategy
allows plaintiffs to seekc san
seem s to
en tid n g triple dam agesi rremeto Ibe working. Since the
dy. The lawyers suggeste
su its have
ted that
w e been filed, the value
of soniei „managed care compa- .
th e HMOs’ failure to disc
s d o se
n ies h ass ddeclined by half,
. physidan incentives cons
nstitute
coercin
alleged acts of “mail frau
aud” and
d n g out-of-court settle“w ire fraud" th a t fall wit
m e n ts wo
rithin
works to Scruggs’ advan,a g e since
RICO’S jurisdiction.
ice many of his cases are
legally du
Y et, surely th e average
ge perdubious, if not prepos,e „ ,„ s ,
son already k nov^ th at signing
si
T h ese eh lawsuits jeopardize the
on with an HMO is not the
tii same
as having fee-for-service
e iinsurdstence of HMOs ipr
v ery exist
ance. A nd ju st sis surelyy tthe
allinvingi
lg a single federal judge
in M iam
average person understai
cands
nii to render a verdict on
th at HMOs m anage th e! C
i
costs
of
:r Americans should
h a v e thieeoption
i
delivering care to offer fa
Ur
of signing on
m ore affordable health care
a
withHMMOs.
C
■ T h e jud
than fee-for-service insur
nrance.
udge acknowledged the
enormty
ityof his task during a
The risk in th ese suitss iis lhat
courtnKom
m hearing when he
w hat com panies actually
ly d id
and disdosed m ay b e ign
gnored
.
ncredulously:
“You
a sk e d in
a
m ea n to
u me, Mr. Scruggs,
in favor of som e one-size»-fits-all
} tell
th a t you
v
caricature o f th e “b ad HI
HMO."
a want
me to supervise
j n d r e viis
An even g re ater risk is th
tt e cres e. health p o li^ for
o v e r 1000 1million Americans?” . _
T h eUJ.S.
.S Supreme Court
such ju d id al
w arned1against
af
j„m is io>nn last
l
term, recognizing
th a t, for
B
r HMOs
to function, they
m ust prov
•ovide “spedfic finandsd
i^,centivei
k'es to physidans,
^vrardinE
ing them for decreasing
utilizatioS
ion of health-care serv ice said
n dpenalizing them for
w hat may
ay be found to be exces,iv e trea
t. ent.”
atm
T h e higl
ligh court further
observed
i
:d that
Congress has prohe formation of HMOs
m oted the
t
e
for nearly
rly three decades in a
largely successful
su,
effort to curb
ruiTawayl
y health-care costs. In
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ol electridty this winter'
tit Iof radical environmen3 inton
as a result
Since 1992 (year Clir
along it impossible to
became president), U.S
U.S.oiIpro.
y
of power plants,
lercenl ‘
build any kind
k
duction ISdown 17 pert
R adicalgn
greens oppose nudear
Consumption is up 14 p
Iants
and
the
Imports of oil are up 56
mental Protection
Oil imports are one of
t major
of the
Icfidt.
Agency iiss tthreatening to dose
causes of our trade dcH
il-fired plants because
S ltS L s ,
aghtcoal-f
they a ie too
toc d it^ . Bin Clinton, by
espedally the Sierra1Q
Clu b , work
e order, locked up some
to prevent opening oil
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,Ures4rvesin
eanest coal by designat*
the Rocky Mountain.states.
st:
Tliey
off------ ^ a h u gse
e park in Utah.____________
------ also f i ^ r t o keep oil rreserves
e
cnentalists are battling to .
ch has 16 bn.
Envuronme
limits in Alaska, which
tically tear out hydroeleclion barrels of oil (equa
iual to 30
s.
years of Saudi imports)
ns).Mmy
ficult for agriculture,
new
* diffic
radical groups s e w to ban
t
md lumbering to exist
------ offshore drilling along i
the environmental reguCalifomia and Florida i
-et’s hope the new
Gore is one of the leade
ration uses some com___
cal environmentalist mi
se and i^ o re s the radiWhat a blessing he was:
^isn’teleccd
oimicntalists.
president:
BYWOUAMS
Califomia is experier
m m im m k
ation bf a onene-size-fits-all plaintiff, which is what
v
th e plaintiffs’ lawyers
J
rs propose
to do by
pressing this
s a class-action,
is as
suit,
.Yet commor
aon-sense tells us
th at daim sof
offraud depend on
h i ^ y individi
^dualized facts
relating to the
the p articular
HMO’s commi
imunications and
w hat each per
)erson understood.
These claims
s
IS should
b e considered on their
i erits ra th e r than
ir m
lum ped togetl:
ether as a dass.
Consolidatir
iting all of th e
d aim s before
< federal judge
re one
in Miami obvii
jviously paves an
easy road to} riches
ri
for th e
plaintiffs’ bar.
ar. Worse,- it almost
surely will cri]
nipple a highly effid e n t way off delivering
di
health
care - one thai
hat provides qualily
services to millions
mil
of
Americans at the
i lowest possible cost.In the long
r
igrun,
th e real
losers will be
|
>e patients
who can't
afford to pay
c
ly doctor’s
bills that
a re bloated with
wi sizeable surcharges for already
ali
wealthy
lawyers.
__________
Danie/£. Troy
Tre is a Washingion
attorney andi an
ai associate scholar
a r t/jei47ncrian
ican Enterprise
Institute. His
fi represents
s^rni
jnsurors. R ade
iders m ay write to ■
him at Wiley,
i
y, Rein
& Fielding,
I7 7 6 K S tn xrtt!'NW, Washington,
D.C. 20006.
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N E E L spok(
kesman sayss therejs no evidence
e
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W I N FA LLS-T
-Tw in Falls Clinic
• & Hospital doCTori
irs <
could ded d e on
a sale by the end of.
of January.
Clinic doctors wil
will m eet on Jan.
9. 2001, w ith the
he two h o sp ita ls
seeking to buy or
li
w lease
the hospita l, s a id clinic sti
atto rn e y R andy
Stam per of Spokane
one, Wash.
The m eetings will
wi] probably be
th e last ones befon
fore a decision Is
made. Clinic docton
tors will meet pri- .
vately with offidals
als ftvm both hos*
dd.
pitals. Stam per said.
"All options are
re isdll alive," he
said. “We are assesi
sessing and refin,big proposals, soI thero
th
wffl b» no
^m isunderstandingg when
v,
we reach
a dedsion.”
A t their last meet
MdnacUnlcdbc.
tors com piled a list
list of questions
abouf potentia] rela
elationships with
the Hospitals.
The questions pror
^ m p t^ ^ ^ h o s p itals to [seek more
or6.Infonnation
a b o u t th e d ih ic:V
V jfin an c es an d
organization.
*^1 a n t i ^ » e a'dfc
‘ decision before
the end o^ Januaiy.^
7 ;l?y the doctors^
but it’s their dedsio
ision,'not.jjitoe,”
Stam per said.
Magic VaUey Regi
legional Medical
C e n te r a n d Saint
in t A lp h o n su s
Regional Medical Cc
Center in Boise
are both seeking the clinic’s hospital. T heir proposals
lls are confidential.
Clinic doctors can
i
in choose
among
several options.
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•
r
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V
d p i n i co n s d i[ f f e r o in r e a c:tio n p) o s s ib ility
i
TFcHnjcexj
x p e c ts
decision lli1January
J
School districts,
is, agency
om r parenting
(
g classes
I nsi
fSIDE .
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.Wedne
iesday, December 2\
27, 2000
A roi
T H E V GALLEY
ji
• Sell, lease, or share
sha ownership
of the hospital with
!
th Magic
Valley
Regional.
• Sell, lease, or share
sha ownership
with Saint Al’s.
lESTAViVAlLABLE COPY
b,n.
NJ. NokMfltVKi
T lm
i
ne»Nfwiwrftef
________ '
TW
rw iN FALLS - A small runm.
away
ray n u c le a r re a c tio n m ight
Iht
have,
ve gone unnodced years ago'ta
in
iioactive waste burled wlUyily in e a s te rn Id a h o , som e
« P;>ert8
« suggest
i'ederal energy offidals assert
srt
■ ■m■r n m m m
such an event is.
M S
not credible.
iW B
'^We
h avve
e
" m SSBM
found no evi^ ice of a criticality ever having
?*
J S:u rre d out th w e ," IN EEL
dcesman Nick N i ^ l s said.
s ta u -and fe d en i enviitmhtal ifegulators say they have
S Sn“no evidence that would rule
o u t an
ai acddental n u d ea r reacd o ni -- known as a criticality - in
“
th e bb»uried waste, eidier In the
pastoi
t o r in the future,
Reo
decent concerns about a crid-.
°*
ca lity
lty w e re ra ise d w hen d ata
~ ; I- , . 'I
H o iiliy ?
fS JS * -.
-;
Z S S S i^ S2 J i S ^ !
•" V ■
I
m cdvew ane
gathered from radioai
in INEEL’s controve
rarslal Pit 9
suggested some barj
irre U might
co n ta in enough p lu
lutonium to
!0U5 nudear
support a spontaneoi
reaction.
In a worst-case sc<
icenarlo, an
uncontrolled critlca]
;ality might
re le a s e ra dioactivee m aterials
into the air. It a ^ could
cc
ignite
ute, and the
other radioactive wasi
.resulting f i r e m i ^ Ift
lead to addi-
tional radii
idioacUve releases,
Consults
dtants to the EPA wrote
In a M a yy.report
.r
that “no conduhas been present> iv e en ddence
ei
ed to date
tte that places the future
lu d e a r criticality in the
(burial waj
vaste site) at an insignifid ."
cant level.’
In e a rly
rly Decem ber, Energy
D epartmlen
er t and regulatory offid a is m et!t to
t discuss the issue of
c r it i c a l it
ityj risks in th e w aste
b u rie d
at th e IN EEL's
S u b su rfa
c
face
Disposal A rea,
M o w i nlg
g ,that meeting, one conw rote that the INEEL
l e m o n is
s ithat no criticality hap" /hile
h . the burial ground
™ sn o o dded
c( should be supported
by calculai
ilations, and monitoring
irh before, during and
event.
tiger, head of environat INEEL, said
4deanup
'
m o m to r ing
in was in place th at.
Ple8S
< see REACTION. Page B3
8se
Buried V^aste inch
:ludes
grisly m ix
i of castooffs
By HJS. Nokkentved
Tlmw4<ewt vwrtef_______
_______
TWIN FALLS - 01
Official
records of buried w astee at the
Idaho National Engineeru
ring and
E nvironm ental L ab oorato
i
ry
indude many bizarre item
ins.
But
fe d e ra l
E nergy
Department interviews wi
with site
em ployees In 1989 to
:o 1991
turned up some downright
h t grisly
details.
Bill Kerr worked at the
le Idaho
N ational E n g in e e rinlg
g and
Environmental Laboratory
>ry from
about 1957 through 198
385. He
was interviewed Oct.. 29,
9,1990,
accortling to docum entss newly
:
obtained by the Times-Nev
ews in a
F reedom of Inform atio:
lon Act
request.
D o ]» n ’t t r* a s h t: h e tr(* e e s
•
Cities offer
€hanee
)recycle
nmea-News_______________
TWD
VIN FALLS - If it’s time to0
N o ww
_ thenre
-
—
,
tO
SjV .
“P arts of hum;
luman beings: their
people in contai
ntominotion ... figured th e bestt way
wa was to cut die .
finger off or the arm off, those
are som e thee things
th
that went
into th e sludge,
dge,” Kerr said in
die interview,f.
S lu d g e barrc
arrels and boxes
shipped to Idahi
daho were used to
dispose of any
<
ny extra
low-level
w aste from the
I
he federal
governm ent’s nu d eaarr bbomb factory at
■ Rocky F lats in (Colorado. That
. waste induded
;d 335-pound bottles
of sodium cyanidi
mide, Kerr said,
“If they knew
c anything thai
ew of
we couldn’t figu
figure out an easy
way of gettingJ rid of, we put into
sludge barrels,
is, •sludge boxes,”
hesaid.
K err also noted
oted that ihe interPlease see
see'GRISLY, Page B3
^ F 0 -E
Two mor
ore sign
on as cari(
indidates
trashtl th
t at trimmed tree, there
plenty of places to drop itt
" t'""
By Michael Joumee
nee
Times-News writer
er____________
----------- ^TWIN -FALL'S - Fi‘e
1 e "A 'ctiv e~
id'SF Several locadons,'your~
r ^
■
c= ^
BURLEY - Two
rwo more candiP a re n tin g classes1 fo
will b e recyded into a fine
for parents, in
dates for a vacant
:ant Idaho House
Twin Falls and Jerom'
time
aj J(»r.«©HiM-in landscaping,.
scat h av e surfacei
aced. giving legents will b e offered
islative Districtt 25's
25’ Republican
Falls School District a
w •
e x e c u tiv e commi
Timiitee a w ide
D e p a rtm e n t of H
J^Eojlic; Valley.communities
■ •
selection of possit
)ssible nominees
Welfare.
■s^t.uixthefoUowing dropoff
'K
for a gubernatorial
rial appointment.
fdr live Christmas trees. All
The dasses will be
>e hheld from 7 to'
Burley City Cou
Council member
rations must be removed.
9 p.m. Wednesdayss fc
for six weeks.
>^E
Curtis Mendenhall
hall, 54, and ion
The first session wil]
will begin next
,. ^ Stirley: City crews will colN
H
I
m
er
Cassia
iia
. C ounty
j p i i p M lect^trees le ft
week.
Commissioner Johi
John .\dnms, 63’,
The classes will cov
cover a num ber
g tW fa
Tuesday told Mar
Mark Peterson.
of is s u e s including
ing p a r e n tin g
jwiSB S
■ ■ ■ ' chairman of the; dis
district’s e.xecoH a i r \ t 678^
. sty le s, p a re n tin g mi
m ethods th a t
H B
tive com m it2224. .
have shown to be suet
ruccessful, disd,
(t o
tee, ihey were
:ity
of
Gooding:
O
ty
crews
pUne using non-viole
olent m ethods,
^ it„ S
jo in in g th e
^
)ick up trees the first week
building courage and
md self-esteem
slate of candi- U
nuary^OdierwiserTesidenis—
— ^— ^in child^n,-m utuallr=
re E p«,-effec.
----- d a r e r f o r - t h c -----iro p off tree s a t th e d t y
tive com m unication
on M i l s , why
H ouse s e a t held
I outgoing
:ld by
h p ile one m ile w est of
ch ild re n m isbehave
Rep. Jim Kempton,
ton, R-Albion.
ve and how to
coodim
ing.
Call
City
Hall
at
934‘
redirect th a t behavio
M e n d e n h a ll’s
i
’s main
focus
ivior, resolving
ccgq
would be rural economic
eco:
conflicts peacefully/ and
ai handling
devel, ^
lailey: Residents can drop
opm ent. T he staii
anger. ,
itaie must find
ees
in
a
designated
area
at
ways
lo
keep
rural
ural
Idaho
comThe sessions will nm from Jan. 3
s P a rk from M onday
petitive with uniwi
•owing cities, he
to F eb . 7 an d from
m F eb. 21 to
gh Jan. 31, for grinding into
said.
March 28.
. ,,
.
mulch.I.
“I’m going 10
I) t;i
tackle everyThe dasses will be
li
>e held
a t Vera
• n lty
* . o f Jerom e: R esidents
thing that comess along
ale to me on
C. O’Leary Junior Hig
High School ta
rop off trees at the d ty lot
that,” he .said. •
the U ttle House Famil
mily Cenler on . „„ We„
In addiiion. the
st
BSt Fourth Street near the
le state
needs to
the southeast cilmer
!T cot EUiabelh
r v dui
lum p for g rin d in g into
be m o re invoiyeii
ved in helping
j
Boulevard and Eastlanc
iind Drive.
n„dch.1. IPhone City Hall at 324Idaho's deteriorat
>rating sm aller
No r e g is tra tio n is
is required.
8189.
downtown areas.
In terested parents or
o r soon-to-be
• KCetchum:
et
Mendenhall, a;i denial
dc
techniT re es can be
parents con show up
i r th e first
ip io
d ro p pjee id o ff a t th e K etchum
dan. is the only one of the nine
dass.
candidates with no professionii!
P ark&KcFRide lot near the Church
Call Margy Wray at 736-7649 to
of the B
Bik Wood. Look for signs
a g r ic u ltu r a l
Itt
background.
arra n g e f r e e child.ci
i.c a re o r c a ll
or roped
However, h e saidi he grew up on
le d o ff areas designating
M arcia L an tin g a t 733-6900
73
for
w h e res to
t lea v e y o u r tre e for
a farm and is famiii
imiliar with the
more information, *
grinding
mum
Issues facing agricult
iculture through
ng into mulch.
,
his economic dcveloi
i’elopment work
Qirry Hlldnth throwi away
• Shoi
^oihone: R esidents may
ly hit family's Chtlstmit treaI T
i
Tussdiy
at th# city ol Twin Palli’
Fall dliposal ilti i t Sixth Avtn
•
on the Ciiy Council.
dl.
3ff tree s in a designated
Draft horse, mule
Watt and Ihoihoni Slraat.
jle club
It. Evsryyiir, ttii olty grindsithe
th trMi up to mtki mulch.
He sen es on a number
nun
of comarea nea
lear the d ty shop, or take
miitees as a mcmln'r
publishes c a le n dluEB f
ilH'rrifilu'couri'
th e m to th e L incoln C ounty
cil, th e M iiiiCii
•Ciissiii AriM
TWIN FALLS - Mem
• .W endell: R esid en
lem bttt'of.tho'
J ' ; " " fe
' ; 'r S tation. P hone C ity
a n ts arc
Highway 77.
•
Jerome
County:
Highway
y
25
Economic
Developn
!o|>mc'ni Buiird,
1886-2030.
Southotfl Idaho Draft
a tk e d to bring tre e t to> ith e dty
• Alm o: 24:
.(tH orM nnd .;
2480 S. Elba, Almo
enst
;nst of Jerome.
and th e Idaho As.<ociation
As.<i
of
ty of
i
shop
from Satxirday tb Jlaa a 10 or
Mule A siodarlgn havo
ovo beeli cop.
! * ‘^•1'
> TwlnFalli: Residenti
Road.
•M alta: 2450 E. 1760 S.
Citie.s. w liere he-• sci
scrvi-s (Itl tile .
ti a k e them to th e W endell
couraged to drop off tree t
tured In glossy color
, r pp h o . o . l „ . ,
• B laine Co
Couniy; Ohio Gulch
• Milner Butte landfill: 10
1050
Icftishitivc
cominiitcc
iltee.
•
d ty lot at Sixtn Avenue
T ra n sfer Station, Just nn orth of
now 2001 calendar.
and Carey stnt
cations.
VV.
V. i400 S.
Adams, an Oakley
kley iiiiiive iitui
d< t y limits on Idaho Highv
"It's beautiful,'’, said
adiModntion
J ' " " "an” d S hoshone S tr e e t.
? County: Just north
retired fanner, sjiid
I
Ilid keeping
the
•• Minidoka County: Northwc
^ t h l s ^ o c a tio n ^ ^ l be
Trees can elso be drop
secretary Betty Shriver
jppedoff
ofWcndcU. ____________
ver. " It'i very
IL
state's piiblicliuulsoj>
'ojwn for muliiofP,
if Paul ot325N. 400 W.
— aLwaste.tnmsfer.sutiona:
--------- professlonaU ydonorlr
rlrshows-Dur-----■J5lem''V.i)u]d
IxTlus
Hi
o
^ T T T --------- •E lncolnCCounty;
juM nortEuf
ilMiiliuTpiiTifnvr
•TiOakley; 985 S. Worthington
• A lbion: 760 8 .■
local people and somee of
ol the activi.
Shoshono.
• ' eft End: West of Buhl.
PlGOse see CAND
IDA
DIOATK.Page
B3
•W
des we're Involved in."
Shriver said money
r
jy mode
from
-p v
calendar salea will benel
meflt the non1^ O
profit assodation.
C alendars are $14.95
1.95 each and
can bo ordered by caUli
oUlng-Shriver
_ .
ByAifonI
at733>3266.
XIBrook
R aft River E lectric oj:
operates
increase bctwc
ween 15 and 25 pe^
Tl BPA offered a lim iti
The
Ited
percentage purchnse
insed from ihe
\w ith tw o co n tra cts fro
lewiwrittf ■____________
rom tho
ccnt.
num
um ber of long-term contrac
acts
total amount BI‘A generates.
gen
B o n n ev ille
P ow er
A bout h oilflf of R aft R iver’s
lastyear, and all its customi e n ! R aft R iv o r Klectric
Heyburn will hear
ist
Kle
can
srfrom
r a fT
t i R IV E R -E lo c tric rate
Adm
inistration, but whii
>
lile most
power Is purch
■chased under a conhada chance to purchase thci
ad
lem, ' exchange power with
nih other co-op
es, based on rising wholeoc th e r area users of BPA
tonight
Inmsases,
United Electric toi
A power
tract, w hich
s
1 set's,the
rate at a
butrate predictions for 20011 to
ut
mcml>er<wl»)luivftji
e diflerciu scu­
sale powe
w er p ic e s, will p ro b a l^
v
will
te e rate increases on
n Oct. 1,
constant m ark
irk until 2006. This
200e
006 were lower than th e rai
•ate
sonal elcctric needs,
1 addition,
ds, In
HEYBURN - R oprei
re ie n to tiv e s
not affec
'ect R aft R iver E lectric
2
2001,
and pass increase:
ea on to
ra te co u ld change,
chi
said Larry
offe
ffered in the long-term coi
:onwhen th ere is a surp
iurplus, it can
from U nltod Elqctricc will
«
re p o rt
C ooportt
ratlve's custom ers, ta ld
c sto m ert, Raft R iver ol
cu
offidals
King, a n accou
ount executive with
tra
d so most customers choi
'acts,
lose
sell power al markei
rket cost, and
tonight t 9 Hoyburn d t:
ty o ffidals
co-op ge
g e n e ra l m a n a g e r B ud
a re optimistic that they vwill not
BPA, but It woi
vould take a lengthy
marl
i&rket-based contracts.
this helps keep consu
msumer priccs
about repair* done Satur
Iturday a t ihaT" ' “IVacy,
hhave to raise rates.
public hearing
i
lg process
to do so.
“T general Impression wi
“The
was
down, Trncy said,
Riverton substation.
In foct,
ct. R aft R iver E lectric
As power companies dei
leal with.
It was o gami
imble to enter Into a
that
lat rates were going to remal
min
________________
The H e y b u rn C Uy
ity C o u n cil
user ra te
teii m ight not go up for
h
high
demand and ih o rt asupply,
leng-term con
ontract. King said,
stab:
:able or go down," King sali
old.
Timcs-Nat's tfn'tiT
A
IT Aaron
B nxk - ......
meeting is slated for 7 pp.jn .n tC lty
t h e w x tt five
^ or tlx y e a n
c
custom
ert served by th e <
d ty o r
but i t looks like
Ikeltw U lpayofffor
"No>
Now the rate projections areJ all
a
am bc rcachcd at the Mini’Cassia
.
• Hall.
believe that tho level of
F upert, the dty of Hevbui
R
•um. die
Raft R iver Ele
le c tr ic and its cusmlUch
ud h l^ e r than that.”
fiurrau at 677-4042.
[
'2. £xi,
JiO. V
o u rm tetts now
r
cci t y o f B urley a n d U n ite d
will keep Ul steady
tom ers, whicl:
Ich includes some
Th othor half of th e powt
The
wer
by c-mail a t abrockQ
12006,*'Tracy said.
'
E lec tric could see power
ents.
Raft
e r rates ‘ Nevada residen
aft River Electric buys Is a s<
CompIMfrom.tt
sel
cii.com
n.ittflnpoit,
aft RivenUtility h(opes conntracts helelp it avoDid rate hi
lik e
B-2 TbTM^Newt, Twtn FaSi,
aSiJcWM' WKfe)t»«iy,DM«(nlMr3
ira; , 2000
Hearthhat quiet: hum? It rmight beJa happy^llama -—
lanm a 'h u m s ;
----------^A ~contenie‘d “ lla
•
Faintly.
Q. Which was creai
eatcd fir^t ited States of
Shoclaccs or thc Unltci
;\mcrico?
[n ventcd in
A. S h oelaccs. Inv
England four y e a rss bbefore the
Declaration of Indepcm
ItVnot unusual forr a bird’s eye
to weigh more than its I
Johnny AppleseedI 'd
di S k n o w
^ H ||V
W
■9
W h a t ’s
WHAT
f f i . LM. Boyd
lot about apples, m ust
“
-
O
sayrHe~lHoirgTirit~wicl
ickTd'to
prune trees. G a ti n g nevt
!ver even
occurred to him.
' When a man realizes a .woman
1
isn't
he tends
‘ interested in him , he
to think he has been inti
mentiona^lly d e c e iv e d .- S o ropi
iports a
Bucknell researcher^ Om
)ur Love
and War man concurs. But
Bi says
id of a
^th c sam e c a n b e said
woman who likewise awai
'skens to
b i t u J^A R I E S
For obituary rate * a n d Information,
infc
call 7 3 5 ^ )9 3 1 , E x(t.
t.;276, betwoen 2
notices aro a fr«e M rvlce
vice and can Im piacod u ntil 6 p.n
p.m. evory day.
).m .
p.m. and 6 p.m.
-
^ the'disap^ilndng
In
tru th . Usual
p h ra s in g com
ontains "... le d m e .
on.”
' A c a t blinki
oks tw ice B m inute.
About. If typica
In William
S
1 Shakespeare’s
day,
p h y d d an s didi
lidn’t trea t fractured
leg s, dislocate
ated thum bs o r th e
like. That was
as the strong-handed
calling of the
p
e practitioner
known
as the Bonesetti
-------------- --
Monday th ro u (h Sctu n la y , D
IXeadllot ia 4 :3 0 p.m . for next-di
l-day publication. Death
S
e :]r v i c e s
-
T
Lee E. Walton of R upert,t, ser>
may call'one hour
b
ir before
services
/ice a t 11 a.m . to d a y a t th e ' a t H ansen Mortu
)rtu a c y ' R u p e r t
^ v a ry ^ Baptist C hurch, 515
ChapeL
^!7th St. in Bturley. F riends15\ W.
sand
am ily m ay call from lO-lO
10:45
G a rth Oscar R
Reeid o f B oise,
1“^
I.m. to d a y a t th e chui
memorial servicee aatt 2 p jn . today
^Rasmussen Funeral Home).lurch
a t th e First Bapti:
p tist C h u rc h in
^
Boise (Alden-Waggi
aggoner Funeral
c.
Evelyn Stm iger of Twin Ft
Falls,
Chapel).
lervice a t 11 a-m. today a t Wl
iVhite
KMortuary in Twin FaDs.
< VifginlaJoKoam
cnnan o f Rupert,
1 ' services at 11 ajn.
ijn. to d ay a t S t
P<
P e n y A. Jones of R u p e rt,:
; serN ich o la s Catholi
holic C h u rc h ,
vice
’ic e a t 11 a.m . to d a y a t ith e
Friends and fomily
lily m ay call one'
Rup
lu p ert 3rd W ard LDS Chur
urch.
h our before servic*
vices a t H ansed
Frie
'riends and family m ay calllo<n e
M ortuary Rupertt ChapeL
Ch
lour before services today at
houi
It tlie
. chui
hurch (Hansen M ortuary Rud
upert
F o r ^ Meri Andi
Andrews o f Twin
Chaj
3iapel).
F a lls, servicess ai t 11 a.m .
T hursday at Reync
iynolds F u n era l
uLavina P atterso n o f Rupe
p e rt,
ChapeL Friends and
ant fam ily m ay *
grav
raveside service at 2 p^m. to(
today
c a ll from 3-8 p.m
p.n . to d a y a t
att the
th Rupert Cemetery. Friei
iends
Reynolds FuneraldChapeL
Q
many quills
leagues
and always loved Ih
ills for family and frionds.
le
s h oOSHONE
5
She lovedd tbabies dearly and lelt
Is
lenge
of a tournament. After.
___
3alhy (or Ihem.
ir ITT Technical InstituH
great empai:
ing
J te . K eri
She survived
SUI
by her chi(dren.
b
began
working at M
^ ic ro n
•■'• ,•;■
'
Ka ye (Mar
lary) Young of Burley.
Ti
e d in v a r Technology,
Inc, She worked
John) Vooriing of San
io departments for over 11
Nancy (Joi
ious
11 y e ars.
Diego. Ca
Calif.. Karen (Trajan)
tt­ mosi recent being C
the
C r u c ia l
e a t f
' E S Weaver of
oi Salt Lake City. Utah.
Ti
Technology,
a subsidiary oi
3I Micron
Sieven (Ma
Vlaria) Young of Rupert.
Ti
Technology,
Inc. For several years.
pe) Young o( R upert,
st
T h u rsd a y , Dec. 28
21 a t W hiteshe
continued her edui
'•■
^ ° y (Lupe
e a rl S h ro p s h ire R e a s c hI
Flichard (Jol
Jolynn) Young o( Rupert - attending
al
Mortuary.
night classes at B o lso *
j£
JEROM
E - P eari Shropshi
and Ruthn Young
'i
oi Twin Falls.
Si University.
Stale
A complete obituai
ituary will follow
.
>
Reas
eascK
97,
of
Jerome,
died
D
Idaho; 24 gr
grandchildren and eight
Keri was daiermined to .fif h er
mily
a t a la te r date.
great-grandc
idchiidren, and three sisiih
■ ^ ^ 0 ' ''
2 3i,,22000, at St. Benedicts Fam
illness.
After surgeries in Boi: a n d
Cedical Center.
me broiher.
Si Lake City, sh e Irave
Salt
/ e l e d 10
„
,e
d
C
a th e r in e P helps
IpsJ
Merle was
/as preceded in dealh by
H
i
F
u
uneral
services
are
plann
Houston. Texas, for exiendec treather parents,
Its, two brolhers and her
ni at M, 0, Anderson He
f oirr 22 p.m. Friday, D e c 29, 20(
’000,
B U H L -C a lh e Tine
r in t P helps, 87,
ment
husband. W(
Wendell.
VV renewed hope, she retur
t th e Hove-Robertson Funei
teral
of Buhl died Tuesd:
With
tu rn ed to
esday, D ec. 27,,
FunoralI st
services will be held al
R(
Chap
hapel with Rev. Jeff Dilks offi
Boise
and her two basset hh(o u n d s.
ffid2(W0.
•riday. Dec. 29, 2000. at
r,
Rusly
and Buddy, who sh
ing.
she h ad
^ ;
ating
Services are pend
ending an d wilh
J*
Ruperff L
LDS West Stake Center
m|
missed so much. Nine month*
th sla te r,
" ' -'i
b e announced by th
t e F a rm e r
■ W '- ■
(37S. 100W,
iW,). Friends may call at
gh was aware that the canci
she
F uneral ChapeL
le a n e r B, L efo rg e e
I the Hansei
sen Morluary R uperl
,g.
reiurned.
Chapel (rom'
)m 6-8 p.m. Thursday and
FILER
~
Eleanor
B.
Leforgc
The
loving,
caring
netwi
Verla M. Bolte
at the churctirch one hour prior to the
f^j
C a rlo s A noyo Mui
H unlz
I, of Filer died Monday, Dec.:
friends
and lamily member;
e r s w ho
(uneral on) Friday.
Fi
Veria M Bolte. 99.I. a Goodmg
Memorials may
2000,
KX), a t New Life Living Cent
were always Ihere for hei
n ter
BUHL - Carlos>Arrt)yo
Ar
ie r w ilh
Muniz,
rosideni, died Monday,
ay, Dec 26.
bo given lo
10 1Ihe Primary Children’s
or
ort. proencouragement
and support
FUer.
inFU
31, of Buhl died S
Sat
attirday, D e c
(ing Cpuniy
HospUal inI Sc
2000, al Ihe Goodtnc
Salt Lake Cily, Utah.
“J
'-jU
vided her ihe momentum to3 rem
r ain
Arrangements are pending and
ai
23,2000.
Memorial Hospital
positive.
For
ihis
her
parents
'
b
e
ill
b
e
an
n
o
u
n
c
e
d
by
Whi
h
ite
Services
are
pendi
Ending a n d will
in
vn,
Verla was born Scpiil 1.1901.
i
eternally
grateful.
Ve n d e l l
eS
ortuary.
daughier of
' b e announced by
jy th
t e F a rm e r
Norton, Kan , Ihe dai.
Keri is survived by her pa
Funeral ChapeL
George and Hatiie Marsl
Arlyn and Sharon Toberer; ps
*ri
f a ', r P X
J a s p e r Wayne
W
Sfie mov witti her pare
Caro
arollne Ruth Capps
grandparents. Albert and M
M ild re d .
Goofling drea m 1915 \
fToberer
i
luui
Ronald WilliamI Zs
Z ander
i ir' ' ° r L T '
I V I a tth eIWS
w
of Buhl; and mat
TWIN FALLS - Caroline Ru
riod Robert Philip Bolto
Wayne Matthews. 85. a
gr;
grandmother.
Lela VanOstra
Capp
ipps, 78, of Twin F alls, dii
Jasp e r Ws
iied
DOLAN SPRING
[NGS, A riz . on Dec 21, 1922 Theyw la' a r S aSd
passed away
Tw Falls. She is also surviv by
Twin
D d m rw to ?
-esiSonl 01I Wendell,
»
Tuesc
iesday, D ec 26, 2000, at Map
agic
R onald William Z
Zai
ranched wesi ol Goodn
ander, 59, of
ay, Dec. 23. 2000. in his
un
uncles.
Robert VanOsirand. R
I o g er
Valle
diey Reponal Center.
Vorla fias sin ce rosio
Dolan Springs, Ariz,
riz., and former- '
To
Toberer
of Twin Falls, Larry Tc
T o b erer
^ - “ ' - raa shon illness. His wi(e
served as an election j
Graveside services will be he
held
ly of Twin Falls, ppta sse d away.
Iler were ai his side.
of Filor. .Wayne Toberer anc
Gooding Couniy lor ma;
at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 29. 200
000,
Dec. 20,2000 of aI heart
hes attad e ir^
was born on Oci. 15,
Po
Polly ol Tempe. Ariz. She' I' a ls o
and was a, life memb(
at Su
S unset M em orial P ark wii
vith
Dolan Springs, Ariz.
it
Olinger. Mo., to Delta
sui
on
sun/ived
by cousins. Maureen
______ Reoekah Lodge m Gooi
ing,-------- At-his-requestrther
_aod^(ho4^M a;;h0wsi-----"O
of-T em ps:—
f”0otse."Sosan Tobwiwr uITt
iends m ay call from 4-8 p.r
3.m;
services.
sised' and edu c ated in
Ari and Brian Toberer o(I D
Ariz,,
Cover.
lofiinn Vpiifl
was rais
• Canning Kitchen m Good
Vayne was united in marQe
Oel.
was also known (or nor lo
eba Gilmore on Feb. 7.
;
Some
lives form a perfeci:t 1circio,
flenmg
R o b e r t 8 idni
Discover Idah
aho every
ne
was
a
member
of
the
oth
others lake shape in ways'we
o s p it a l s
Site is' survived by a s(
w e can R o b e r t S i d nn ee’ ^ o n e y ^ 2 . of
^
Ipel Meihodisi Church of
noi predict or always unders
not
(Bob) Bolte ol Goodin
Thursday
tay in
3rsland.
S h o s h o n e . Idd al
a n o . d ie d e arly
lly. Mo He was a former
lq- has been a pari of my joi
ttin)Thornion
Dade Couniy,
Loss
grandchildren, Ann (Jo^n)
lournoy:
S u n d a y Dec. 24,
:
4.2000. at his home
m/
MAGIC
VALLEY REGIONA
mber ol the R-4 School
tmi it has also shown me wi
AL
T he Times-1
but,
is-News
ot Pine. Idaho, Barb (Dale
w h ai IS
in S h o s h o n o .
ASC. FHA in
MEDICAL CENTER
S S E
S , o f S Greenfield,
;.
precious.
ol Goodmg and Jon Botie
R o b e r t w a s bor
Dorn in Bulte. Mont.,
c„„
Wayne and his (amily
t has a lovo for which I car
Outdoors section
se
>ome names are omitted at th e
So
Wash and Ihree grcat-g
:a n o n ly
o n N ov. 19. 1928
128, to Sidney Amos
n
iheir
(arm
in
Missouri
to
t^g
be graielul.
dent’s request
dren, Todd and Chad The
, .
a n d Ellen Marie1Erickson
Er
Doney. H et
Jplember o( 1965. where
in-law Alice
Wabo in Sepli
(From Ihe movie Messagi
Shane Bolte: a sistcr-m-l
Dismissed
age
In
A
s
e
r
v
e
d
in
tho
U.S
J.S.
Navy
from
1945
_
unlit his reiirement. In
______^C.ecloLSeat!le._Wash.^an
B arbara D avis of K im beri:
-B p t'jeJ____ u n iil_ 1 9 4 9 -a s-aa-radio-operator-on-ri
.
ynrwas-a-formermem:--------ous nieces and nephews
E dnnaH
a : w d rix of W ^ Nev.
d e s tr o y e r s in thIB
e M
K editerranean, He
Wendell Grange. Grange
She was precodod m i
Ih e n s e rv e d from
m 1950 unlil 1954 in
•eOil
Union
in
Meridian.
B
u
r
l
e
y
2001
her husband in 1990. her
T H R O U G HH 2i
t h e U .S , Air Forc
ofco a s radio/ECM
R
MINIDOKA MEMORIAL^
Goodm g County
Co
Planning and
four sisters and five broihe
----------»
o
p
e
r
a
t
o
r
o
n
B
-2
i-2
9
's
a
n
d
B
-3
6
's.
HOSPITAL
d 3a member of Wondell
bc conduciFunernl services will bo
W B t2 7 S a )m
b a s e d a t Fairchild
lild AirForce BaS6 in
Som
k)me names are omitted at the
th
odge 54 A.F. and A.M,
Masonic Lodi
ed 11 a rn. Friday. Decc :29 2000
S p o k a n e . W ash.
.All New Cfirinmas Merchai
irchandise - Plus
I hunting and fishing,
lient’s request
at Demaray's Gooding Ch
R o b e r t w o rk ejdd 'a
; s an electronics
s survived by his wife
Admitted
Rev Andy fulorns oKiCiaiir
General Merchsndiie-T
je> Twin Falls
Iji' ■
t e c h n i c i a n a t KlKHQ T elevision in
I h le r , R eba and Rita
vfenervia Casiano of Heybun
will tie ai Ihe Elmwood 0
h„
and
for
Ihe
BLM
^
'
'
■
i
S
p
o
k
a
n
e
,
W
ash,,
tents Daily
both o( Wendell; iwo
SS
Tiling taignMrrO
Friends may call at the c
^ ^ thy
n y Vela of Rupert, Baudelin
in B o i s e . B u rleey
y an d S h o sh o n e ,
Gaylord and Bob
Thursday Irom 1-7 p m.
igana
and
baby
girl
of
Declt
do,
HUNT
BROniEIIS
Al
8 AUCTION
f
spanning
over
38
"
“
Sai
■ H H
Id ah o , a c a ree r s
30lh,*of Miller, Mo.; one
ai ccomribu.
Mallhews bol
Family suggests that
H ull of P aul, Elm or
y e a r s . R o b e rt reti
retired In 1989 an d
£ a nnalyn
al
o re
2 0 « .7 3 « 2548
54J
abeile
Butfer
of
Joplin.
e
Goodmg
tions be m ade lo th C
d ie r of R upen____________
___ e n jo y e d w orking
i his com puter
ig_on
Ploche
everal.,nieces..nephews-__
jndalion-Tn—
Mo.-and-sevi
------' C o u n ly H o s p i t a l - F o u n d
o r in His w oodw
c
Dismissed
Iworking
s h o p . Ho
a n d c o u s in ss..
V en a 's nam e
am
S A njF nw D ecB wBI30-11:OO
S:
a l s o e n jo y e d yard
yai
H ull o f Pau:
work, c r o s s D>analyn
ar
He was prei
receded in death by his
w o r d p u z z le ? ,. aain d w a s a n avid
Baudc
ideiina Magana and baby gu
parents andJ one
01 brother. Herschel.
girl
Auto Auction-Vfihiclai-'
les-Twin Falls
rea d er.
Funeral ser'
3eclo, Cathy Vela of R upen
jervices will be held on
R u p e r tI
PfoviowOBily9-5pni,W
pni, Mon-Fri
R o b e r t is suirvived
rv i
b y h is wife
Thursday. Dec
3ec, 28, 2000, at 2 p.m.
C a r o l o f S h o sihhco n e , m a h o ; tw o
------at Demaray's
/•s Wendell Chapel with
------------HUNTBBOTHEBfAU
rA ucnONS------------d a u g h te r s S u s ain
n (Adrian)
(
Bench of
p '
OannI Houghton olficiaiing,
(848
T
w
in
F
s
l
l
s
,
I
d
a
h
laho,
a
n
d
M
arilyn
Masonic buie will be by Wendell
S e ll y o u r
( D o u g ) B ra d fo rd
rd of Boise. Idaho.
Masonic Lod(
3dge 54, A.F. and A,M.
a n d h ls-b e lo v e dI dog
dc Lacei.
.
I be in Ihe W endell
I
T h i s i s o u r ffa
a tv o r ite
F u n e r a l se n /Ice
:e s will b e held at 2
ti r e a s u r e s i n
.Cem etery in Wendell.
public
p ,m , T h u r s d a y ,, Dec.
D
. t i m e o f t l i le
e y
\ e a r,
28, 2 000, at
ill be held at W ayne's
lA/ii l l i e 'B i l l - H a m s
W
R e y n o ld s Fiin era
irall C hapel.In Twin
I TfJii e T i m e s - N e w 'sS
f i l l e d w H h1 g
g ood
roquesi, Frie
riends and neighbors
Willie 'Biir Clilion Harris, 77-'
7-year*
F a lls . N o p u b lic■visitation
vi;
is sch e d may sign Iho
ihi rogisler book on
f
r
i
e
n
d
s
,
g
o
o
d
>d
tim e s
old
||M a r k e t p l a c e
u nday,u l e d . C r e m a ti oon
n will follow se rW ednesday
ly from 1-5 p.m . al
o'° Burloy residont. died Sun
a n d g o o d cc hh e e r l
Dec: 24. 2000, al St. Alphoi
lo n s u s
v ic e s .
Demaray's We
Wendell Chapel.
Regional Medical Center in B
m emorials lo
Bo ise.
T h o family su gngests
gj
c la s s ifie d
incer.
•h e A m e ric a n Hi^ean
ea Association in
after a brave struggle with canc
IV a m sh Y o
B o ise
"'h
lieu o f flow ers. Donations
Di
m ay b e
' «
He was born on Sept, 14,, 11923
W o n d e r fu l H e
W allerg iv e n to R eynolds
ds stalf or m ailed to
«a d v e r t i s i n g .
in Anderson. S.C.. Ihe son ot W
s . Bill
R e y n o ld s F uneral
al Chapel,
(
P.O. Box
C. and Cleo Poole Harris,
I, S ,c „
1 1 4 2 . T w in F aills,
lls Id a h o 8 3 3 0 3 aiie
attended school in Piedmonl,:
and (inished a iwo-year busii
isin e ss
degree from ihe College
g e of
Southern Idaho, He mar
a rr ie d
i------------------------------Jeannine A, Wake on July 27,1
in Elko. Nev. They sponi mo:
[heir lives in Burley. Idaho, Sw
^
S fte <
Merle Christensen
Sill worked for the Foresi Ser
e rvic e,
'
'
IS P IT A IS
^
4o also sold cars and worko
iO O T O P H O S
Young
/arious other jobs. Ho we
'I'oung, 78.
' Merle Chnsienson You
Disabled
American
Veteran
■
s
h
l
f
c
t
l
M
Xjiri99SauCi999
.
ini, passed
^
year-old Rupert resident,
serv
served in World War II. Bill enj{
5. 2000, at
^ ■ |||«
away Monday. Dcc 25,
Deing wilh his family, and espc
Offering A Dignified, Rei
me Minidoka MemorialI Extended
E:
lespectful Long Term Care
U
re Unit.
y onjoyed
ihe family camping
ly
01
Care Faciiily in Ruperl,
We Strive To M
Make Each Day Counll
ishing trips. He will b e grc
iro a tly
»
Sho was born April 23.
709
North
Lincoln
Avci
•nissed
by
his
family
and
friend!
/cnuc
*
Jerome.
ID
•324-4301
»
1
ighier
.
Stieiiey. Idalio. the daughi
ol Ihl .om ing New
Survivors include his 'wv i l e .
Excellence itt Coi
ommuniUf Healthcare
re
'Milion and C ora . fM o n s o n
jy; h is
i V X y e a r be plenti
entlful fot you and
Joai
loannine A. Harris ol Burfey;
th e Ihird of
Ctirisiensen She was the
:hiidron, Shorry Mabey
ly o f
y o u n . May you flntl
nil time to »top a nd
■
seven cluidren In 1929.I. Ihe
Ih (amily
=
’ocaiello,
Sherral
(DeVon)
Jon{
moved lo Idaho Falls whore
wh
sho
K o n UH Toberer
TO
conildcr th e ’many/ bl
bleuings w hich we
•
' ~i
'
Sviaita, James Ronald Harris o f'
aitended school and gra
Keri Lin Toi
Toberer. 32. of Boise
Fails
T
Harris
e n |o y ...F te erdom
( lo ' a n d E q u a l
•alls, Wiiiio Michaoi (Bocky) H
irom liinh school in 1
ay-Sunday-D eo:-24:----- ocg
n d ^
*bpportunlty...K lnd
Ft
Jt-BorteyrClllton'Ce'e'fCyfrc
i Ftlend*
and H oncit
aiiondocJ RicKs Colloqc, gre
ne wilh her molher and
Harr
Harris of Boise. Barry Wade (Jc
[Janei)
B u sln m A jw cU tn,..!
with a leaching coriificate
i 1942
>,..Kome and H earth
1
Ite in
fg ih g r a t h ejrr side,
«
after a ^:ouraHan
Harris of Bend. Oro.. and Ji
She Ihen taught sctiool (or
o r ia y e a r in
g e o u s threo}-yoar
-y i
Idien,..Freedom to
J
balllo wilh can(Lay
Layne) Rutschke of Rupert;t o n e
'
Ammon, Idaho.'M erlee rm a r r ie d
ay
and
to
thank
Our
irriS
of
W
orship
In
any
way
i
^f-,
broil
}rolher.
Herbert
(Trudy)
Harri
!0;19:»3 in
Wendell K. Young May 10,
slervices
e r'
Ve ore people just like you
will held at 3
Qrat
Sraham. Wash.; two sisters. N
Nollle
I.ortl for Hl> many
fj o n . Happy New
r liv
the Logan, Utah, tem pit
sday, D ec. 2 8 . al
,M
a,
tpi(
'Uh tt desire lo Uve and /■CS
Maxwell)
Smith of Auburn, Ala.
J h * , ciovGidale
P " - ■’■"“ 'SO
made their home in Sholly
ally. .Idaho
Funeral
Homo. . Mar
.laryEllen (Ben) Howard
■d
rah
al»e our family our fami- V s
and had a family o( (ourr sons
S( and
ill follow
at a later date
pjQH
|„utnmonl mil
I
’iodmoni, S.C,; 20 grandchlft
three daunhtors. In 196
awn Memorial Gardens.
and
\ Y H I '
'y/ in
< tdaho. TMt is noi a
961, they
al Terraco Lawi
md 11 great-grandchildren. ’"dron
moved the ?amily to a farm
bom Oer; 7, 1968. in
“ He was preceded in death bb)y his
corj
orporple based, bul ftmilj/
Paul, Ihen again in I96i
9 6 6 , Ih ey
p g n s, idaf
daho. Iho beloved only
^ laronis;
3^,
ourr
u/ned business. Wr offer
a son-in-law. Barr'
rry L.
moved north of Rupcrl wh(
w h cfo ihoy
Q,
nn -and S'laron Toberer,
|^.u
^abey; one brother; and one
)0 sisT W I N FALLS
K IM B E R L Y
(armed uniil they rotirod. M{
>rrt
frvlce al a fair price wllb ^
d elemeniary and junior
,3^
7 3 3 -6 6 0 0
423-53A O
Br,
a member of Ihe Churchh“ c l''3es“
0 girrtmlckt. We art from
S S " “ i in
lS Twin Fails and thon
■»oft»«ryxo»
a t 11
www.yrtdUmot
Tha funeral will be held al
Christ of Lailerrday Sain
her lamily to Boise in ' 3I.m, Thursday. Dec. 28. 200C
iaho, and know lUal we ean ^
Mfli
X d w T h "ijoyed
=
loved Reiiel Society andiTsoo'rSodr
being a member
pgjj,
free your family wilh Iht
lasmussen Funoral Home, 135
ward Relief Society soc
S e'
R e y n t
:hing
b
an
d
s
in
both
4g,K
6lh St.. Burloy, wilh Bishop M(
Relief Sociely counselor ani
Isnily and respeci lhal j r
)tl Junior High arid
rari.
Jarlson, olficiating. Interment
fleliet Sociely secretary. S
e would offer our
ph School, where she
hnle In the Sunny C ed ar F
'
Mil^
><il«Oihnine&EUub(thrarke
Bb,
T*»I" fF i l l s
laughl Primary and Sunday
lafs^hM ?
Mo"dlLn^H°gh
•4S0Q
Keri enjoyed an
io^ed S
Qfaduated in119S6,
IS
^meiery in Almo, Friends may
Sho and tier husband sor\
>ycM
'le, camping, motorcy□
t Rasmussen
Funeral Homo
full-lime missions in Soulh C
no on
...............................
/ing,
travel
and
danct/ugfj
Merle performed numerous
i/ednesday. Dec. 27. 2000, Iror
3ral yoars, sho worked
o 0p.m.
, and on Thursday, from
I
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S chcool feel;ls effeccts o f ETiillclo)sure IIdaho ran*ich produuces
District sees
=sdrop'
ent
in enrollmer
_ ' .
OROFINO (AP) - n1 w n p p lu i g
effect of the closure
ire of Pottoich
Corp.’s Jaype plywobc
ocrfplam nciir
fierce is being felt,t in
ir the area’s
• schools.
. _ .
,
The O rofino-basi
lased School
IKstrict 171 is losing
ng students as
families move elsewhe
where for jobs.
.. "We. are feelingg tl
th e im p act.
en ro llm en t'w ise ,"
said
in te n d e n t
A lan
fiauer.
m ill sh u t down in
Septembe
iber. T o d a y - a t ncariy 25p e rc c In-t-Qearw ater County has
. Uiehighe
iie s t unemployment rate
b the stat
tate.
Thestti,
itudent population decline
Tim berline High School,
b etw een
en P ie r c e and W eippe,
from its:A-3
A standing in tiie I d ^
High SchDoI
du Athletic Assodation
to an A-4
^-4 standing. Timberline
had teete
:tered between a popula*
i n o f 140 a n d 160 fo
tio
for som e
i
time;
cutoff b etw e en ddassifica*
a
i
dons
is 150. The n ew cli
dassifica*
i begins next A u g u st
tion
T he district, w h ich It
Ind u d e s
:
schools
at O ro fin o , W eippe,
PJ ie rc e ,
S o u th w ic kic
and
<
Cavendish,
has a student
It popula*
i of 1,451.
tion
A t this tim e l a s t yeai
sar th ere
'
were
1,579 students. The
le district
i operating on a budgett that
Is
t
was
: and funded by th e state
set
st
last
:
year,
so it is not experienc
ndng any
unexpected economic
ec
cutbacks
presently,
“But If thei trend
tr
of enrollment
:o d ro p , then w e'll
continues to
have some thii
iiings to look at for
next year,” Felj
'elgenhauer said.
He said h ;e hhopes that the loss
of students will
vill not be significant
off.
enough to layY anyone
a
“We may cQt
rtit positions, but we
hope to k eep
e p everybody th a t
still want«toto w ork for us an d
-^ve them a1job,”
jc
Felgenhauer
' said. -
sounds fa)r Hollywi
vood
Ci
^
COEUR
d’ALENE (A P)-OOf
f all
the pretty horses on a Careywi
■wood
ranch,
Choo*Choo an d S ton
ran
irmy.
two
tw paint horses, are HoUywi
wood
stars.
stai
The
i
1 Idaho ranch’s settingI was
thc ideal place to capture soi
"the
»und
tape
rscs,",
tap for “All the Pretty' Hors<
aa film
t
fi starring Matt Damoni that
wa: recendy released.
was
A
Although the ho rse s aree inot
seen in the film, their sounds
Is are
heard.
Sound editor P atrido Liben
inson
cap
captured
10 hours of Choo-Cl
Choo
and Stormy’s hooves and wh
whinnies - even thc sound of a m;
mane
slicing
through thc air.
„
“The thing about Idaho wa
vas it
was very cold, tiie air dense, makm
ing the speed of sound fast
ister,
that
the recordli^ sound's qua
liality
•
Is full and ric h ,” L ibcnj
nson
explained from h is office
:e In
Califomia.
.r
The two horses w ere cho:
losen
because one had horseshoessand
j
the. other didn’t, said ranch ow
twncr
w
M arion O’C onnor, w ho rode
ro
c . q,
Stormy
for the recordings.
p
Recordings induded about
ut 10
sep
separate sounds o f th e hor:
jrses
mo'
moving at varying speeds on
oi a
range of surfaces, Includi
ding
water, rocks, grass and cement
nt.
“I had no Idea it w as woi
forth
money for someone to recordd It,”
;
Attomeley generaalasfojuddge to rec:onsider oon trial ^
BLACKFOOT: (A
U P) - T h e
confusin
In g , m isleading and
officc of A ttom eyy C
G e n era l Al
ambiguou
IOUS. T he instruction said
Lance has asked a fe<
federal judge
it was aIjury
ju ’s duty to protoa the
to reconsidcr his rece
ecent decision
Innocent,
nt, ra isin g what WInmlU
o rd e rin g a new tri
tr i a l o r th e
called }a “reasonable
“
likelihood”
release of condemncc
ncd m urderer
the jury
d not presume Leavitt
f did
Richard Albert Lcavit
ivitt.
innocent
c
It during
the trial He also
U.S. D istrict Judg
jd g e B. Lynn
said juror
rors m ay not have under*
W inm ill overturned
ic d L e a v itt’s
stood tha
h a t prosecutors had to
1985 first-degree mur
nurder convic*
prove LLei
eavitt guilty beyond a
tion and death sente)
itencc for the
reasonabli
ible doubt.
slaying of D anetteB Je
J a n Elg of
But chc
th( a t t o r n e y g en e ral’s
Slackfoor.
office argu
'gued in a motion filed late
Winmill ruled that
lat an instruc*
last week
I at Leavitt’s trial attor*
tk th
tion to ju ro rs m ay
ly 1have bee n ■ neyhadag
agreed to the instruction.
“Leavitt should not be
•e permit*
t d to com plain o r be ggranted
te
1
habeas
relief fifte en yeai
;ars after
h1e was convicted, basedd upon a
j ry instruction h e requ
ju
luested,”
i
,,according
to the m otion.. •
The state’s arg u m e nItt Is th at
a!n y tro u b le s o m e in s tr
tru ctlo n
<
agreed
to by L e a v itt’s1ddefense
;
attorney
should b e cons
nsldercd
ut n d e r the “in v ite d e rn
rror doct e .” Thc m o tio n alsc
trin
so urges
\
Winmill
to consider anyy offend*
i juiy instructions in cot
ing
»mext.
• “There is no m en tio)n
n of th c
fact that thee ttrial judge added
thc additional
lal sentence, 'There
must be proof
of beyond a reasonable doubt,”’”’ thus elim inating
any ambiguity
ity “that could have
r e n te d as it :wwas written.”
Elg, a forme
mer Idaho National
Engineering arand Environmental
Laboratory em
smployec, was sexually m u tllaatite d a f te r b ein g
stabbed In herer home on July 17,
1984i H er bod
ody was discovered
four days later.
er.
Leavin, 41,, hhas maintained his
innocence since
ice his arrest.
Nevadala residentIts Stand ki
oiee-deefp in waterTwoes
^
O'Connor said, whlf
fthlle on vacation
in (krm any.
The Hollj-wood
s.
)d sound
experts
stayed at O’Conno
nnor's Cucolaila
Creek S pon Ranch
inch for 10 davs,
She vras paid S150
150 ;a day for her
h elp w ith Choc
hoo'Choo antl
Stormy,
O’Connor got to st
see the unedited \*ersion of thc: film
fill tu help edito rs fig u re outt wl
which sounds
would go where.
“I think I would
uld have done it
even if they didn’t
p me for it,"
I’t pay
O’Connor said with
with a laugli, "ll
was fun.”
The effo n hass become
bt
one of
the most comprehc
•ehensive collei;
tio n s o f horse
se sounds ib
Hollywood, Libenso
.■nson said. He is
alre a d y using Choo-Choo
Chc
and
Storm y In a film
Im being m ade
about Jesse James.
es,
O’Connor’s name
ame was passed,
along by a friendd in the film p ri;
dudng business when
wh( e.xecutives
ta lk e d of nuiking
ing the movie,
which is based onn th
the awiird-wi’nning novel of the
he same nami^'
O’Connor m ade• a videotape
\
of
her ranch and “iri<
“tried to record
the silence," she siiiil
Siiid.
There was noi a place
pl
to record
the sounds in Califi
aUfornia without '*
Interrupting cityy nc
noises sucii as
or car.
those from a plane
pi:
Libenson said.
•
SANDY VALLEY.
I
V, Nev.
(AP) year,
•' '
'
r
minicn
aa es in Northern1 INevada
Sandy Valley
f developing a
y for
A water war is brewui^
vuig southwest
Any groundw
grc
ater acquisition
ini th e past t h r e e y e a rs
rs. T hat
natui^-gas-fire
ired power plant, a
of Las Vegas, wheree oi
outside com*
m ust )e
b e ap p ro v e d by S ta te
r ak e s It th e l a r g e s t p riv ate
m
company spoki
okesm an said. But
t *
panics arc quietlyf buying
bi
land
Engineer
er H ugh R ied, who has
L
landowner
in the state, acc
iccording
Calpine of San
J
n Jose,
Calif., has no
I
and competing forr uunallocated
not ra t set
set a hearing date for the
t -Security a n d Exc
to
len t to build a plant
(change
firmcommitmer
rights to ground water,
ions.
C
ter.
appucatiot
Commission records
ly v a lle y , th e
near S andy
The companies env
:nvision using
Meanwh
while, some Sandy Valley
PICO owns and develop:
ips water
spokesman said,
th e w ater for newATccasinos, an
residents
a preparing to fight to
cs are
r h ts through a su b si
rig
sid ia ry ,
North V alley:
V Holdings, a small
energy p lan t or nev
lew developkeep their
eir w a te r from bdng sac- . A
V ldler W ater Co. o f La
.a Jo lla,
Reno company,
ly, also has applied
m ents in th e dcsi
SALT LAKE CITY (AP)) - It
Ic scrt along
rificedtof
Norman Mineta and otiier feder*
0 feed more growth In the
C
Calif.,
according to th e SEC
:re*feet of Sandy
®
EC
fo r 2,000 acre
Ditcrstate 15.
;as Valley.
appears Utah will fall just •Aon • al offidals will relea
Las Vegas
L'lease the lireakV idler has a p p lie d for
or 2,000 , Valley’s waterr for
fi a funire power
®PP
This potential enci
___________ _________ of getting
i
incroachm ent
^
a fourth seat in1 the
l
1 Rosequist,
Sandy VaUev •_ acre:fefet_ofdoePjajQund_w
a
■_ d dwn n f thp
t
--------water in - plant________
---------- cmlrcinsasiH’j! waief
ler makes res*
SoaTFarm
rm president, notes that------SSandy Valley. S om eda;
OTS. House of R cpresentati'
tives
Thursday moming.
ng. iOnce the figlay th a t
Sandy V alle
lley re sid e n ts are
idenu of Sandy Valle
diey, 30 miles
sod farmir
ning allows water to soak------water
v
when state:by-state census numni
ures are released,
•
could supply an dJectrical
e
.‘d. Slate
legislawaiting for Vic
/Id le r to complete
Muthwcst of Las Vega
egas, nervous.
back into
g e ratin g p la n t f o r R e lian t
to th e ground. These pri-------gen
tors will redraw the
tht boundaries
tests on how mu
■nudi water Is in tiic
^bers are released Tliursday.
A ccording to a1 ri e p o r t In
vate comp
mpanies, he worries, will------Energy
£
“There are s ta te s you kn
enow
for the 2(X)2 electiun,
of H ouston or at
tion,
aiiother
basin and on1 Its
Ii quality. Then
T u esd a y ’s Las Ve
V egas S u n ,
sim ply sip
si h o n off th e w ater,------utility
u
will gain, but th e n th e re• iare
if the s ta te dereg
egulates
th eir e x p ets
rtswill review ihe
Gochnour KtidI Utah
Ut, is expectth ey ’re afraid th e ccom p a n ie s
w h i^ las
has been underground for------power
p
stat
generation, accbrdii
states that are on the margin1 and
a
dSig to a
Information.
ed to have about 2.16milliiin
2,li:
peo*
could s teal th e wat
v a te r under*
housands
ds of years.------------------------stra
s te g y s ta te m e n t byf ’V ldler
Attom ey Byr
Jyron Mills, who is
«it aseems hke we’re one of thi
those
pie w hen ihe new
lew figures are
neath their feet.
Large cc
companies “have played------Chief
C
Operating Officer D
an tthe losing end of the margi
Dorotiiy
re p rese h tin g ab
< o u t 30 Sandy
on
gin.”
released, llie 1990
C
90 Census
count; And Sandy Valley’s
;y’s 3,000 resi*
this game
1
m e b e fo re ,” Rosequist------TImian-Palmer.
V alley re s idd ee n ts and o th e r
sale
said Natalie Gochnour, depi
puty
ed 1.7 million people
iple in tlie state. - .
d e n ts are not th c2 oonly w a te r
said, refei
fe rrin g to groundwater
But that’s not the only op
option. It
small w ater holders,
he
calls th e
dire
director of tiie Governor’s Off
»ffice
“ For us to gain
lin a; seat we'll
a s e rs who a rc w ary. S an
tio n s th a t corporations------says.
£ The majority of Vidle
acquisitio
Df Planning and Budget.
ler’scus*. b idders vying
lg for the basin’s
ofP
■e grown
a little
have had to have
gi
Bernardino County,
y, (Calif., offi*
have mad
lad e a ro u n d thc W est,------tomers
ti
will be m u n id pall
ilities or___ground_>vater_n
r_nothing_buLspec*_______She_has_been.foUowing.Uta
SI
tah’s — m ore_thaa_peQ□ple-.think_wc______
pli
----------dais have ^veighed in
in ton requests-:— doomingj s(
some areas to a parched----- lil6cal g^ovenunent ag e n ae
3es. For
ulators.
pop
population figures and said th
that,
have.” Cochnuiir sitii
tliat .could remove 7,0C
existence,
7,000 acre-feci
e. ■
n
now,
Me says, securing um
inallocat“They see wat
while many of th u s taale
r 's
vater as a commodiwhi
Still. U tah’s grow
rowth has been
6f ground w a te r a jy e a r from '
“We will
vill not settle for anything
e r i ^ t s Is VIdler’s goal.
ed
ty and tum aroi
round and sell lc to
We:
Western neighbors would gj
gain
remarkable. The state
st.ii got its secSandy Valley - more
re than three
less than
m k e e p in g our water,"
O.ther companies have3 5similar
Las Vegas or the
the highest bidder,”
add
addillonal congressional rep
jpreond Hoii.se seat inn 1910,
19 The tliird
times thc amount that
hat' is natural*
said Betli
d
th Bacher, another resi* * designs
on water but have
fe specif*
h e said. “A pplla c e lik e Sandy
seni
ientatives, Utah probably won'
in’t.
didn’t come untilI 19:
19«0. .Vow. just
Iy replenished in the
:
he basin
each
dent. “Th
T h ere is no room for o'
I( projects in mind, suchI aas elecic
Valley depencls
' ground water,
ds on
A
Arizona Is e x p ^ e d to getI two
t
20 years later, the
st
le state
is on tile
year.
nise on that."
ti
compromis
trical-generating
projects.
and most people
pie cannot afford to
new
lew seats and Nevada and Ida
daho
cusp of a fourth,
. An acre-foot of watci
aicr is enough
PICO HHoldings of California
Calplne Corp.
has; aapplied
drill their wells
i
Is deeper
when thc
one
)ne each, (Sochnour said. Texaj
casis
. In d e e d , th e U.S.
U,
Censns
to supply a family of four for a
and Canac
lad a h as purchased 1.27
f« 5,000 acre*feet o f wa
vater in
water level drop;
for
ops.”
exp
jxpected to get two new sea
populaeats.
Bureau estimatess Utah's
Ut
and
md ( ^ r g ia and Ilorida are each
ea
tion has grown hy
ni
ly nearly
24 perexp.
Jxpected to get an additionalI rep*
ri
to D.fi
cent since 1990, compared
ami
rose
V,
_
pcrcent njuiona[ly,_
v;sentative.
--------------------------- :----- " That nieaihs mdre’of a ^ f we for
1
W hich st'ates'gei
■get^ireiTiTaml
"
ContinuadfromBl
he
West,
Gochnour
said.
T
The
w hich d o n ’t is a com
ci plicated
Some^ o0 f th o se research pro*
<
drum
s weren’t expected
sd to last
w aste p ro d uucc e d In th e W est.
lortheast, on the other hand,.will
v
process. Every staii
u ate is giiariiiinal organs of the thrc<
iree victims of
grams focused
foe
on gastrointesti*
i
anyway,
and the govemn
nment at
Many shipmeni
ents to INEEL were
prol
probably lose representatives.5.
teed at least one■memlier
me
of the
the SLrl rcactor, whii
^hich blew up
nal diagm
gnosis, in which animals ' ' th
t e tim e h ad n o p la nIS
s to dig
sim ply la b eelile d “ ra d io a ctiv e
u
U.S.
Comm erce S ec rc ta
;ntatives.
tary
House of Representa
______^ J a n u a r y 1961, we
w ere stu d ied
w ere fed
ed v a rio u s radioactive
t
them
up.
w aste” w ithI nno indications of
an d ~ th e n dum ped
cd in to th e
materials,
lls. T heir droppings tiien
dal solid
th e ir a c tu aIIl c o n te n ts . Some
.Until 1960, com m erdE
INEEL burial ground.
id.
were exan
am in ed and wound up In
i
)ackcd In
waste produce
radioactive
waste
pai
icers shipped waste
I
I
“Some people thin
__________________
hink th a t the
b a r re ls: aat IN E E L labeled as
s
steel
drums and sim ply' ddumped
In secondhand
id barrels - without
bodies were sent bac
back hom e in
radioacdvi
tive anim al feces - nearly . iin the ocean off bo th U.S.
S. coasts.
changing thc la
.
Coot
!ontlnuod from Bl
^cad-lined coffins,” K err said.
a ton ofIt.it.
1 E nvironm ental Proi
■otection, The commei
The
"T h e re are pri)l
irohahly some;
le rc ia l radioactive
In
sa
JWell part of il, mayb.
lybc the outer
Mostof
ofth
i e waste buried at the
/
Agcncy
re p o rte d i n the
fie 1970s
w aste sh lp m
:ig-lasiing desirc’
mte n ts stopped In
“ receni years, Adam s said,
groi
growing regulations have thrt
h u sk was, b u t anl y tth ln g th a t
INEEL ww£
as plutomum<ontaml*
t
tiiat
small amounts o f plu
lutonlum
August 1963.
want l6 to mn. but didn’t't really
re
sned
the
people
and
counti
could have been use*
ised for med*
nated vwa:
a s te from the nuclear
h
)opular incum-'
run ag a in st a popi
have leaked from those barrels.
ba
But the govei
vemment continued
fu ^
that
ical purposes, studies,
ies, were kept
weapons
IS p] la n t In Rocky Flats,
edd e d to
to send Rock}
lK‘nt.” hes.iid,
But the government dec
:ky F la ts’ w aste to
J"® rely on p u b lic la n d s5 (
income.
h e re and w hcn tl
th ey w e re
Colo,
s
Earl Christensen
stop
thc ocean dum ping'because
b
offidals could keep
sen is the only
Idaho, where:of
“What wc need to do is mii
through, those wentt in
into the burThe wa:
vaste began arriving In
one of the eight to
m IIiave run for '
itI was too costly.
an eye on It.
jure those lands are maintain
ial ground.”
A pril 195
954. M anifests did not
the Legislature, He clialleii.ued
T h at d e c isio n dro^
ove an
Following aa scientific review
•or the multiple use of thc peo]
The SL-1 re a c toir,r ,;an experi*
accom la
pain y th e shipm ents.
Sen. D enton Dan
)a rringtoii. ROCakland, C alif., e n tre p:preneur
i
of disposal prac
ractices and a public
mental low-power rea
reactor, blew
Instead,, annual
ar
reports to INEEL
o of business. H e had co
■o""'
Dedo, in tlie 1W8
^8 .ind 2000 pricollected
outcry In 1970,
out
'0, the dumping was
^m d as a tax base for th e coi
ies,” Adams said. “We ju-st c;
up whcn a conirol rod
od was pulled
listed only
mariesnly an' estimated amount
r
la dispos- .
halted,
radioactive
waste for sea
lot lock these lands up and“
dp too rapidly, creatin;
Iting a sudden
of radioac
District 2S is alM.
•activity, not actual cona and whcn h e w e n t br
ilso the Imnie irf!
al,
broke In- ' Meanwhile,^ tthe waste still lies
[1°*
hem sit. They need to be used
l^ower surge and ste
ud in
House Speaker Bnic
steam explotents,
Jnice Nc-vvcomln'.
1960
he left a shipping ya
1
yard full
in rusting b a rrre ls and broken
aon. Thc three menn vworking on
D uring
.
R-Burlev.
lg a 1963 labor strike,
o waste stacked in 55-gall
of
lUon bar*
boxes buried in pits and trenches.
jlmy way we can.”
.’b
addidon,
Adams
wants
le(
legisLoc;,I
Rypiii,licans
^ c rcactor were killed
[led.
waste was
ans ])lan lo
a s dum ped haphazardly.
r
rels.
580 feet above
ve the Snake River
j..
ators to use their influence *0
O th er gruesomnc
e g a rb a g e
er Fridav to select
ect three noniiMany cont
intainers were damaged,
roughl it
Plain A quifer,
e r, which supplies
Caravans of tru ck s broi
lemand a federal investigation
Dnof
n ee s f.>r Kempto
buried at INEEL inclu(
dudes barrels
some leak)
pton's vacant '
oked liquid - despite an
aall to Idaho. IN E E L of:
sfficlals
drinking and1Ir
irrigation water to
-l.
he
use
of
executive
orders
full of irradiated anim
sea
limal carcassINEEL ppo
olicy against burying
d
didn’t
know what was inI the
ti bar*
m ore th a n 20i
200,000 people In
^ ichieve policy goals. By allowi , District 25 House seat.
cs, including canarie
E ach p re cin ct't chiiiiniaii
cl
in
ries, beagles
liquid wasl
aste - and some lids flew
r
rels,
just lhat it w as radii
dioactive
southcm Idaho. _____________
a pI ipresident to issue executi
j?nd salmon, thc resul
District 23 serves a
rsult of radiooff contain
liners.
v
waste.
irders,
Adams
said,
the
will
togical research at va«
“
of
the
district's
e,\ce.Neciitive I'oinvorious West
O fficial
ia ls lo s t track of thc
Times-News
DS lyn'tcr N.S.
In May 1960, t h e 888-acre
i
iverage
people
Is
ciraimventec
m ilte e .ind as an elecinr fot
^ a s t universities, and
anc drums of
waste,
“ B urial G round” b ec an
an be rvachcd at 733ame th e
Nokkentved can
“I laiow that’s something tl:
Kempton's siiccessDr
animal carcasscs fron
ssor.
rom th e U.S.
The prai
ractices continued even
“
for comOWf, E xt. 237,
23 or bu c-mail
“interim
burial ground” fc
lobody wants to touch but‘ I
D istrict 23 inch
Suclear Corp. in Califo
nchides all «f
lifomia.
after thc
s
e strike
was settled. The
n erc ial low*level ra d io
m
allcy.com
loactlve
niclsi^agicvall<
omething that has to be don<
Cassia Countv and
id sr
small portions
Ada
Vdams said.
ofTwin 1-allsandI Minidoka
Mil
cuiinAl
Adams
said he would also' u^
I
ties. F o u r of the
le li
d istn c i's
_______________
hiss
kis seat In thc Legislature to pi
precincts - one in1 .\li
.Murtaugh. one
serv
erve farmers’ water riglits. , .
in Rupert and two
»•() ii
ill llevhiirii ' Continued fracnBl
Mendenhall and Adam s jo
uiside 'Cassia '
I
J»in
are locatetl ouisi
suppositio:
IS th e re su lt of
Io n , n o t on physical
t, and
Thc fire was
tth
h ri e e tim es in t h e p a s t,
even other candidates:
ihe evidence
dntn, and
t
-------- wjouldhave.showedjhe.
______C.ouiiii'-----------------those flpodt inny hnve prov
thc
i.the_deparunent_has___
ovided___ spontaneous.coml
»mbustioa.oLuca:________
''•'Scolt'Beak‘cr4-i.
aiTOaRIt
of a nudear reaction.
By s ta te law, the Histiict 25
|
been reluci
u c ta n t to take actual
ent
nium w aste, not
tot a criticality,
enough
water.
area
irea rancher and president off the
t
| “Wc would have bee
Repuhlicari executivi
}ccn able to
physical san
,Itive oiinniittec
I
am ples, he said.
T1h e first flo o d was
as in
Stigersoid.
daho Cattle Assodation.
detect it,” she said.
Kempton’s re<^
has 10 days after Ke
The poss
issIbH ity of a sponta*
FFel
ebruary 1 9 ^ when two inches
in
INEEL’s ea rl:
rly d ec ad e s of
P lu to n iu m -c o n ta
emiIgnation to submit
nit itliree noiiiil a rm i n a t e d
neous, unc
hes of
waste dum pingg are
t
n c o n tro lle d n uclear
known for
* • Eari Christensen. 63. a ser
o fofra in fell on eig h t inchs
waste has been stored
i INEEL
'arm
nces to Gov, Dirkk K
etired farmer and former Fat
:d at
reaction becom
be
Kempthorne.
jrd
keeping.
« tir
es a regulatory
sn< In three d ay s. W ith
th the
spotty
recorc
snow
for almost 50 years. Mo
Kempthorne will then
thi-i select one
lureau board member.
More than 2
concern whi
vhen a barrel of waste . topsoU
top
rolleaInventories w een
still frozen, w a te r col
re incom plete,
million cubic feet of’ such
su w aste
7, a
of the nominees,
has 267 ggr;
ra m s o f plutonium .
and radioactlvlt:
'Ity levels often
* • Paul C h riste n sen . 47,
cedd in open w a s te p itss and
was dumped in pits and
md trenches
And the sampling
san
issia
Kempton last week
wee accepted
data suggests
tre
than meaBurl
trenches.
lurley-area farm er and Ca.ss
were estimates rather
rai
- including Pit 9 - betw
Kempthom e's fiill-iii
. Coui
Il-lime .ippointstween 19S4
some barrel
:oun^ commissioner.
rels m ight have 200 to
1
SQOwsurements.
Then
in January 1969, si
and 1970.
rthwest Power
ired
ment to th e Nortln
1,000 grams
ns of plutonium.
dri blocked a drainaget dditch
O fficials now
)w h a v e b e tte r
• • Lloyd Cox, 89. a re tlri
drifts
;INEEL officials are
c
mer
Planning
Council,
il.
whicIi
w
works
:e confident
In a previ
flood.
records about wh:
Bvlous interview, Jerry
duj following th e e a rlie r fl
vhat was actually
Burl
dug
lurlcy-arca farmer and form
tljat the plutonium iss sf
on regional power
;
■er ami
endan*
spread out
Paulson, ddli
ire c to r of c r itl^ I ty
Me
sent to INEEL th
M
e ltin g snow a n d r a in . once
c
then they did a
cons
onstruction company owner.
through thc waste anc
es.
ired
gered .salmon issues,
and doesn’t
safety ot INEEL,
IN
said a nudear
few years ago, Stif
itigar said.
• • Tom Geary. 72, a rc tirt
aagi
g a in filled o p e n p itsi and
picsent a risk of a spor
mer
Kempton will resigi
L‘sign his legislapontaneous,
critlcality
i wv ould require suffi*
trei
trenches.
Criticality Is som
sc ething offlBurl
lurley-area farm er and form'
uhcontroUed nuclear•reaction.
rei
tive seat, after aI decade
de
in the
d e n t w ater
ter in addition to the
/
Again
in 1982, flo o d wa
vaters
cials take veryy sseriously, but
Fam
‘arm Bureau pre.<adent.
_l„„
Statehouse, His joh
; chairman
; .'But that assertion is
oh as
Is 1based on
right amoun
unt of plutonium.
Inu
inundated
pits and trenches.
ss.
offidals at the D<
Dcccmbcr meet« •i Gary Turner, 58. a Burli
of the House Transix
:
d a ta fronl e le ctro nnic
ic p ro b e s
ns|X)nation and
W ater aac
c ts a s a m oderator,
C
Chuck
Brosdous, h ea d of the ■ "Ing agreed a criti
iticality Is not a
area
rea farmer, form er educatc
s u n k 'in to l»it 9. T hat d a ta is
ee will Ih.‘ up for
increasing
tl e effectiveness and
aho
Defense Committc'ew
I th
fense
.concern at the INEEL
I>
EEnnv iro n m e n ta l
Defe
radioac, and
nd president of th e Idal
grabs once the Legi:
o p c n .to in te rp r c taatio
tli n , s a id
.egislature conc o n c c n tra
'a tti n g th c re actio n .
In s
tive waste dispos
Institute
in Troy, suggests3 that
)osal site, Stiger .
pam
'armers Union.
W ayne P ie rre of thh ce S e a ttle
,.
venes ne.M month,
W ithout th
t e w a te r, sm all ' two
36 a n d ' said.
twc fires in a trench in 1966
____________ ________ • 1• Earl Warthen, 51. an Albii
bion
____________■
. o ffic c of th c E nviroi
ro n m e n ta l
am ounts oof
--------------------f plutonium are not
anc
another
fire in 1970 m ightt 1have
inner.
' Protection Agency and
Timcs-Ncws
politic,
'litical n'piiricr
and project
Ukely to m
susstain a nudear reac*
been
be< thc result of cridcalii
ilities.
Times-News w rite r N.S.
The h i ^ number of candidat^
ntanager fa r I N ^ LL ccle a n u p . .• tion, Paulsor
MichacI Joiimcc in h nxjiVkt/ at
Nokkentved cann 'b
\ e rcachcd at
Efforts
to douse th e th irdd fire
son sold.
Eff
ras a bit of a su rp rise at fir
Energy Departm entt assertions
o:
But the buried
bi
(208) 73S-323I. or
nr im
b e mail <ir
waste pits and
fail until a bulldozer' oper
crator
733-0931, Ext. 23:
237. or by c-mail
foiled
lush, but it m ak e s sens
o|)out th e w aste nrcc bbased on
mjoumcc&ma^ia<uIk\
alky.i,vm.
trenches U
at IN
I EEL have flooded
i.dlrt.
•nids&magicvalley.t
^•com______________ p ^eterson
,j ,
covered
the waste pile with.c
cov
said.
U ta h m i g h t; fall
;
j u s t s hlO
o rt
□ f g a in in g foDuith H o u sseseat
e
.. Grisly _
Candidates
Reactionn _____ _
i
_____
_ _
&4
Tkn»M«w». Tw h Fab,
Fift Mito Wtdnitdiy, Oecmtwr
b#r27,2000
Id a h o
Timbecr firms rmight go>1to court (over roacd pian
COEUR d'A LENE
NE (AP) - On
ban road
!
id-building
on about 8 mil- '
Id ah o 's P .anhandle
die N ational
lion acrcs
res in Idaho, S8.5 million
F orest, an a r e a knc
<nown for its
nadonwidi
ride.
extensive’w eb of log
logging roads,
T hat isis bad news for tim b e r
about 800,000 uin
n ttram m eled
companie*
lies who have been beset
acres s till c o u ld be set asid e
by low lumber
lui
prices and enviunder the C lin to nn adm
a
inistraronmental
tal lawsuits blt>cking timtion’s roadless initiativ
:s.
ative.
b e r sales,
But area tim ber companies
con
are
“To alio
illow a policy like this to
not giving up, and will
will likely tum . go unchall
lallenged would be a travto the couns for relief.
ief.
est>',” said
lid Shawn Keough, execuThe president’s prop
>roposalwould
tiv e dire
ire c to r of A sso cia te d
Logpng Contractors.
It is not enough to lea
eave the
Iforests alone, Keough sai
mid. The
Ifires that ravaged the Wt
•Vest this
•summer are evidence fore
irests are
iin disrepair.
Panhandle F orest Supi
ipervisor
]Dave W right s a id th e! F
1 orest
iServicc shares the blamee ;for the
ffire problem . It em ploj
oyed an
:aggressive fire fig h tin gg policy
tthat has allowed fuels to build
bi
up
over the pastt century.
ce
. “But that is no
; excuse for letting them go) up
u in a major conflagration Uke
ke we had last summ er. You arei never
ni
going to stop
fires, but we! sure
st
as heU can do
m ore to somec <
of the foresi from
going up in smo
moke,” he said.
Environmeni
entalists praise th e
roadless planI as
aj a change In publie attitude about
ab
forests once
managed largel;
jely for board fe e t
Landlord
'ds threaten1 to oust may
yor over antiti-meth ordiIinance
BOISE (AP) - Lant
andlords and
others opposed toI B(
Boise City’s
new anti*m eth p rop
•operty ordinancc vow th e y wil
w ill work to
unseat M ayor B rent
nt IColes next
fall.
Boiseans for Respon
wnsible Meth
Control formed recen
:ently to look
a t option
ons for p u n ish in g th e
mayor and
nd City Council members
for passing
ing what tlic group says is
a damaginj
yng ordinance.
“ They^w
v iil not be forgotten,
and thatt I will tell you affirmatively,” sai
said Joe Rohner, associa te broker
ker of Sun Valley Boise
M e (je t
PMcCall Realty. “We’U rem
imember
dall the way to the election.’’
1.”
The o rd in a n c e was p assed
uunanimously last week. It holds
lilandlords partially respons
insible if
aa property is cited by polic
lice as a
nnuisance d u e to tw o or
ar m ore
liInstances of the manufacr
cture or
s a le of metl
e th a m p h e ta m in e ,
roin.
cocaine or heroi
If twice dted,
ed, property owners
m ust submitaa plan
;
to the police
department 0torid
r the property of
the nuisance.IfIfthe landlord does
not comply, aa judge
j
could temporarily close: the
ih property.
Epidem iologisists track statist
istics
to k e e p health\ problems in1 (c h e c k ^ ,
Bi
BOISE
(A P) - Conventioi
ional
including 10 cases
e so:o f ^ h il i s ,a n d >
wist
visdom says such debilitatingg idisgastrointestinal oiir
ailments,' includeas<
iascs as leprosy were wipedd <
out
ing 74 cases of E. coli 0157:H7
long
ong ago in th e United States,;
s, yet
th at caused stomad
aach ailments for
thej
hey crop up in reports for 2000
2C
doiens of TVeasure
ire’VaUey people
to
th state epidenuology offi«
0 the
ice. , whoatewUd-games
oe sausage,
Oi case of leprosy was rept
One
:portW hile the niimb
im bers a re reljijiH
cd
I
id In s o u th e a s te rn Idaho this
tl
tively small^ keepin
!ping track helps'“
■ear.
yeai
p u b lic hea lth offi
officials ensuw>*
- TTlh ere a r e 13 new eases
;s o f
s u c h p ro b le m ss fla r e h e ld )o '
tube
uberculosis this year, aU in\ the
t
check.
souti
outhem part of th e state.
D ise a ^ s commor
mon' to develc»;i,1
WhUe four people with mala:
laria
ing countries arrive
ive in Idaho wim N
/ere rep o rted in southweste
item
people who contraa
ra a e d them els^!!l
daho th is y e a r, people a re
w h e re and receivi
eiv e t r e a t m e n t ''
unUl
nUkely to contract the disease
se in
here, or throughI Id;
Idaho residents.^
t^e
h eIdi^o
:
woods. But you cou
ould
w ho contract them
em whUe travel-' •
easil
asily come down vrith the nu
lasty
in g , said Dr. C hri
h ris tin e H ahn,^gastrointesdnal
a^
symptoms of[ ggiastate epidemiologist,
gist.
rdia
Jia if you drink untreated wat
ater.
“We keep track:ko of a lot of dicjd
Idah
iaho had 132 cases in 2000.
eases that are rare
u-e iand we w or|{.
Th state also has plenty offsexThe
s<
hard to keep them
m tlthat way,”
uoll;
ally tra n s m itte d disease
ises,
said.
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f i 3olisie !S t;albe'’S
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r a c o l l e g e3 c a m p u s . A
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B ^ .S C o u t s tp o mto
o ir
I
New
Y w ’t D ay p a n c aIke
k e feed
JER O M E - T h e\ B oy Scout
sor a pancake
139 will sponsor
from 8:30-11 ajn
m..&fondayat
]
tbe-Jerom e U nitedd M
2 eth o d ist
•hat)tin.
CiUtrcb8t211S.Bucba]
cost is $3 per pei
perso n o rS lO .
p^famUy.
B urley re s id e n t M«lebrates
h
h lfS O th b lr tlid a y'F
F lW
i ay
! F . M oses of
B D R L E Y -jM seF
Biirley will celebratc
a t e h is SOth
birthday from 4-7 p jn . Friday at
bifliome at 1919 Benne
anettA ve.
jUoses was bom Dec
D ec 29,1920
in'Ogden, Utah. On M
Maay 11,1942
h^ rnam ed O ien il W
Wlheeler. He
Ga)MMUNITT Y .E V E N "TS
.
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________________
' I m oved
to
- Idaho in 19S6
and
h o m e -.
steaded n o rth
^ ■ | | Bj S W
of FauL Moses
u u g h t school
■ j ^ n for one y ea r a t
I
Builey and for
29 y e a rs a t
M inico H ig h
_ ^ H U School.
He
M
oms
also
built a n d
jtwMi
re m o d e le d
nd loves bunting, fishing
home, and
and th e out
nitdoon, his family says.
Moses*
i
I* children
are D e n n is
(Carol) of
B
< Burley,
Austin (Bonnie)
of M o ree li
la n d , C harlene D ay
(G ene) ooff Twin F alls, B ry a n
(R ita) oiff H
1 eybum and D e b ra
Anderson
n Q( e n y ) of Caldwell; 23
flp P
g
grandchildren
a n d seven
:n greatg
grandchildren.
His children a r e hostii
ting the
e
event
be served.
1T F Senicor C en tei
ir ■
ddelivers hlolid ay cl
:heer
'"
'
C ertified appi
ppraiser speaks
a t m onthly luncheon
lu
TWIN FALLS - For redpien
snts
home-delivered meals serve
ved
of ho
r the Twin Falls Senior Citizei
TW IN FA•LLS
LI - The M a g ic
inter,
Santa
came
a
little
ear:
WiU hold
Valley New Neighbors
Ne
is year.
its m o n th ly luncheon
lu
a t 11:30
Ued
JEROME - Jo b ’s Daug
ughters,' a.m . T u e s d aay
y at the U p to w n
. On Dec 21, the center fulfille
scrvice assumed in Septembi
ib e r
S
Bethd
14 win hold its anni
nual forB istro a t 117
!
.7 Main
Ave. E . in
idliIwn it became one of four fact
n Christm as d a n c e to0 honor
mai
Twin Falls.
;s in the nation selected as
p ast H onor Q iie e n J a n e ll
H u tc h H ut(
utchins, c e r t i f i e d
“ fin! n‘er of 1,000 fre e holida
^
Thom
pson a n d H o n o r' (Q ueen
T
ap p raiser of personal
pt
p ro p e rty , _ _eals,
,i c e n te r re p rese n ta tivday
t
ves
I
2|
Wendy
V
Kump from 8 pjnI.. to
I midsp ea k alro
bout valuables a n d .
y.
night
n
F rid ay a t th e J(
Jerom e,
collectibles,
During the delivery to 15 red
dp■
Middle
School a t 116 Thii^
&
lii^ A ve
He will not: be
b< appraising item s
n ts on h is ro u te , volunte<
e
e
r
W.
V
at this time,
eals driver R oben Parrish was
w;
The price is $S p e r perst
rson and
To m ake rese
eservations, caU 734- accoi
xom panied by S anta and an
a
SSpercouple.
$
8418 no la te r th
thanSanu-day.
gntoi
itourage th a t in clu d ed Mr
A p h o t o g r a p h e r wi
will b e
For m ore Infc
nformation, call 735- Santi
m ta and even an “angel" available.
a
R e fre s h m e n tts will
0651.
iL !
r-—
S hli ilTsu puppy named Newmai
outfit
on vUlU
Bob
S
0.
'S a n t a ' W aite r Mlldon
vl
itfined with wings and a halo.
It all began last spring whc
Twin
•
hen
N e* b fy . 94. when thhe
e T
i Fallt
elen Arnold, a longtime contri
delivj
S enior C e n te r m ade honiHnflal
hoiT
or to charitable causcs in Twi
Mlidon holds a
;
ills, learned a b o u t a conto;
tost
M kr
known a s
;
)ubo t^otw ise
a t was being conducted to pu'
H
Heidi
Wiseman, second mi
messenM olly S m ith
th and N a ta l ie
jj^aze
jc home-delivered meal pr
pro Nfiwm sn.
g< Kade Baxter, third mi
ger;
messenHartley,
ams, ce n ter representative
^ , ,
.
gran>
g« Dani H ansing. fourth
ger,
th mesBetsey Stimps
jpson, retinng hon*
say.
f
as o n e of th e four
o u r p ro g ra m s
I
y. Sponsored
by Q ty Meals; c
se
senger;
M cKalee C onrad,
d, fifth
ored queen, will
which received S5.00I
vill a a as installing
Vfhet
5,000 e a d i f r o m
I
heels USA, Taurus Divisionn of
i
messenger;
m
Kayla M iller,, ssenior' officer. O therr installing
ii
the six>nsors for holid.
officers
Ford
o lid a y m e a ls f o r •
)rd Molors Company’s Food1for
f<
custodian;
Danielle Annis,;, jjunior
a
w ill in c lu d ei Emily
I
the elderly and disai
R edm an
Thou
lis a b le d , c e n t e r
lought Program and Gourmi
custodian;
a
J a d n d a C onra^
p in n e r
Jones,
Alisi
was
represematives say.
lison
R edm an,
mag{
>yagazine, th e co n te st w:
gi
guard;
J a c k ie B a x te r , io u te r
neals coordinaE liz a b e th Qu
,osi
K aren Lewis, mea
Q uesnell, D a v id
desig
jsigned to highlight the mo
guard;
gt
Adrienne Annis, cu
center, says the
custodiAtkins, Whitne;
iontor 3t the senior ceni
ney Rolig, A ndrea
outst
itstanding program s natioi
10 Tlianksgiving
funds brought 240
T
ai of lights; and Aryn Prol
an
robasco,
H a rris, S a llyf Wiseman.
V
Jen n i
wide,
de.
est.
dinners to Twin Falls
Fall recipients {
fl
flag
b e a re r. C h o ir m en
:m b ers
F e rlic , D a n i Mingo,
I
A lliso n
An
Arnold
e n te re d th e contes
and 262 meals for• Christmas.
Ch
The j
indude
Krista Osterhout,, S
Shayla
Rolig a n d JIU
i
11 Koffcr.
Ray an d
basin,
ising her 500-word eniry on (]ie
tl
j;
delivered over ;
^jor
rem ainder will bei de
C
Charbanneau,
Lisa Feldh
ihusen,
Somie Strolberg
irg will bc host and
work
ark of th e .Twin Falls Seni(
istmas and New . .
e e r - -the three^lay Chrism
. Holly
Owings, S te fa n ie
H
ie.P o e, . hostess fo r th e evening...........
e
-Ciiizi
tizens C en ter a n d voluniei
he
cenier.
!
•ted
Year
dosures
of
the
c
Parri
irrish. Her entry was selecte
Jl
Job's
Daughters holdsS
«
Christmas
dance on Fr
rnday
^
job’s DDaughterss scheduleles installaition o f ofifFicers
llERO M E-B ethela 443 o f Twin
Fdlls of tbe Intematio:
Itional Order
o ^ b ’s Daughters wii
WiU bold its
installation of officers
ers a t 7 p jn .
T itu rsd ay a t th e Tv
T w in F a lls
M ^ n i c Temple.
- [The meeting will be
b e foUowed
by a reception and th
tbee public Is
in n ted to attend.
•Jennifer Kroll wil>t b e installed
atfhonored queen. Oihi
/ih er officen
.in d u d e ; J ill W isem
m aan , sen io r
l l c , j'unior
pvincess; E rin P e rril
piiincess; T ara Lupto
p ton. guide;
I Cathryn Walker, m a rs h a l;
Abby W aters;
chaplain; K eisey P e te rs o n ,
tre a s u re r;
Jes s ic a L u p ^ ^ ^ | . t o n , re co rd e r;
M ary
A nn
{ ■ B ly a le n tin e ,
H H H ^ si c ia n ;
L J^ IH
tKioo
B ,--"".
. librarian;
lean, first m esseiig er;
S arah Dea
H
M U II
V W - y ja l
[ & |||
b
= l£ 1
lupen
Fridays a t Ruf
or438-2613:
Elks LiKlge, 676-2766
l l ib
_-CALRN rD A R
.
---------
. Av
Ave, Buriey; 654-2238.
TO PSaubs
Burley
Chapter 256 • 6 too 7 p.m
i
sol lunch
Thundays in the Heybum School
Breath Easy Oul
I.m, ifirst Ttiursday
3ub and Magic V aU ey
Sl,
Puul Ixxigc 77 ■H p.m,
Breathers Qub off Idaha
Id
Burley
Saturday Night's AlrigI
For more inforBur
ight
of mim ih arriKs fm mJ Paul
Pai Post Officc,
Rotary Ciubs
567.
Croup
1321
438-5150.
oup o( NA. 8 p.m. Saturdays. 132
mation, call 3446567
Beta Sigma
na PW,Sorortty
e
p
Suppon
Croup
•
F
o
r
Oakic
ikley
Avc.,
Snow
Building.
Suile
Christian
12-Stcp;
gn W
qine Laliet - 7 tjn. Tuesc
ic 9 ;
V e te ra n s of Foreign
V ars
T a a c lia p te r - 7J 0 p m f i r 3(
^
34-7201,
•
678-13
infonnation
cull
7348-13i0.
(non-«noking
mectinR).
Wecioo P lau Hoiel & C<
iunJ<m Pence Post.
B uhl-P ost 3604. Thunj.
hursday. Sept-Moy; 543-SS22
,
lymous • For info rm aPau
Cocaitte Anonym
Paul • For infonnalion. call 678133
Gooding
Chapter 251 • S
5 p.tn
«007 » 7 « .
6 ^ 0 -In Twin Fill*; 73^7(
r " ’
8 p.m. second Tuesday
jy of the month at
nday niRhi meeting. 7 p.m. Sunday
Sunda
tion. call 732-5317.
Thursdays at the Gooding Senior
S
137,
U
ncota
Couns.
543-5437,
iCh«p«er-7pmiccondafld
q
,
mdents Axonymous - 7
2205 E
E EU».
ve.:934Co^-Codepend
aiizens Cenler, 308 Senior Ave
Boxfey - noon TuodaysIB!
at Buriey Ina
13. C
Cassia C ouniy
B u rle y • Post 3043.
■ sd ^ S^-May, in Burley.
p.m. Wednesdays
Paul
ys at First C h r is t ia n
Pau •8 p.m. Siiurdays. 220 E. EUis.
4506or 934-5440.
Coqrendon Cenler, 678-2Z21.
Thursday of ih c
>n P
Post, 8 p.m . scctm dI Tin
43M613.
67M 294or43B
44 L*
Ladies Only, b p.m. Nionda>-s. 220
I
Churdi, 601 Shoshor
Jerame Chapter .48 • 6 pm
hone St. N , Twin F o lK
B a U • 12.-0S p.m. Tliiindj
m o n th a t B urley VF\
VFW H all. 554
m r c M cC .
is (non
Ellis
(r smoking).
W«
ary;32473466M.
Wednesdays
at tbe public libnir:
Gnhdstsnds; 54^6825.
_____IIiehlimd.645-2387______
Monday medilation Kreap,-6'p:r
ret
wpie COTccmedatwut
I
‘ ^ r HM*- _^7426 W324-5722____________ ----------A W non - fwpeopi
F r id a y .a t.ih e ______S o ak eB hyyf
^ Ooodlni.. 12:15 p.m. Fri.
Deck) • P.ISI 2072. "N,
N, Andrew
fi
Moller
indays, 220 E. Ellis (non’^mokinft).
Twin Falls Chapter 3 • 12:3(
lincoln Inn; 934-458S.
ood a n d folarth
ari Thunday ii Weston
someone's drinking.
Posj: 8 p.m. third TucmIj)
nday o( the month
»
■ SIt Wotks, How und >Vhy Book Slud
Mondays
at Our Savior Lull
Plaza Conventi
B*Dey-Koon Thundayy aatt th e Senior
aition Center in Twin Foils,
Me
-8-9310.
*
at Dcclo Elec. Bldg., 678-9J
KimbeHy.8 pm
I.m
Tuesdiiys,
220
E.
Ellis.'
Chuidi.
1708 Heybum Ave. E.; 73
Center af Blaine County;
7i
Ch
r. 78S-0897
or
eaU R o g e r aatt 733-OlSl or Bob at 733^ 5304
xen building. Main Sl
.
G le n n s F e rry • Post
ost 3646, G lenns
"■’Emerson
s ,
Group, 8 p.m. Wcdnesda>
or
or;3266833.
7SU114.
6031.
Ferry l’««t. 7 p.m. third
T
ird Thursday
of ihc
Filer - 8 p.m.
m, T uesday, P c a c c
2203 E
E Ellis (nun-smokittg),
Twin Falls Chapter 309 •" .L
;, _i ^
iQey Jajtets. 7:30 pm first
la y a t C h in a
M a ^ VoOe;
Jerome* Noon Tuesday
lemorial Hall, 366, _
month a t Veterans Memi
h , Stevens S tre et a n d
Lutheran Church,!
7
p.r
Thunday
Rupert
Group,
Wednesdays
in
the
recreation
ro
VUIaae, 123 S. Alder; 324-7C
ttesdays at Mude's Pizza in
W(
4-7000 o r 324and th ird TUej
2 7 ia
Si*th.73«239.
ursdj)t. 220 E Ellis.
475 CasweU Ave. W.; 734-5132 o ^
IVin FaHs; can
a n 7340543 or 734-2917.
- ,
G«o<ling • Post 3078,
T
Jerome - noonn 1T h u n d ay s a t F i r s t
?8, Tiiponis
Post. 8
Friday N'igbl Basic Text Book Study,
3291.
llelcbum/Snn Valleyy •. N o o n o n
S o d e ty fo
orr CreaUve Anachnnism •
32S
p,m . th ir d T hursday/ of the m onlh a t
Prubyterian Churd 262 E Ave. A - i n
1. Fridays 220 E EUis.
Turfiday at Rlco’i P ina i
,nn
G oodins W ar Memorial
Bl< 934-5065.
T he S h i r e ooff Twae Linnet, 3 p.m.
Jerome. caU 324-237*
al Bldg.,
Rupert
Noon
Thursdays,
121
W.
1
C
Re^aurant; BobStone at 72fr'2 6 4 1 0 a
Sundays a t th
H
aUey
•
Post
4128,
Bij
the Twin Falls City Park;
!,
Big
Wood
R iver
.
Jeromo
*7
p.m.
Support Groups ,,
678-1330.
Hnpert • Noon Wedneid;
e sd ay * a t th e
326-M2S.
Post. B ellevue. 509 Foun
"ounli St., 8 p.m.,
Presbyterian Church
Fwin Falls . 7:30 p.m. Sundays. ,„
2Ro
Ruiien Elks Lodse.CoUJack:
K k B e n a t4 3 6 C o o d ln « B
o
Business
and Professional
}Wotaetfs tiTport group sponso V
ir.li.
third T hursday of ihe monlh;
mom 934.9002.
Ketchum - 830 i
oup; 7 p.m. Wednesday. 1201 Fal
Advocates for Survivors of Dor
'
Je ro m e • Post 4068.
J.
- W oaxn • N ym
ooi Monday at the Lincoln
«
.
Jerome
Pi>st.
8
Ch*.S71SeeondSt
c. E. No. 21 : 7 p.m. Fridays, 315 Fal
Violence
• 6 pm Tuesdays, call 78
Shoabbae • Noon Wedne*
f le j^ o tth e
L m ;9 3 « 4 S2or93«20S.
2a
78W191
^ .c h u r n - noon
]«<
p,m . f o u rth T uesday ol the
i
month a t
io n W ednesday, S u n
e,%Desen Building Room 11^ 7_pji ------ Jerom
SenW OttoM CcM^ 8 ^^222 2 1 o r 886_xhe M * ^ c Valley.Toastnaslers . ---- fordiiectiaRs.
2 U ^ y -----e lxrgi.m Hall. 324-t.‘
- -------- aub,72M354.----mdays,'6;30
pim.
Tuesdays.
6
pin
Advoa)te*''g^up
for
cbUdien
rinTwedn
la
M
~
'
M
ondt
12:10 p .m .. ttlh e se co n d a n d f o u r t h
Kimberiy • Pirst 10328.1
128. Kimlwly Pint.
Twin FaHs-8 p-m
ursdays, 7 p.m! Fridays, 7 p.n
12yesrold
>^o have witnessed d
n ria Falb • Noon Wedae«
E lm e r's Pancake & S te a k
12-;
■ n ie sd o y iat tE
7:30 p-m. third \Vcdncsda>
j Hall. 801 Second Avc*;
rsday o( the month
[urdaysatSOl 2nd Avc. N,
tic violence • 6 pm Tuesdays, ca
^ Q u b in Twin Palls; 7364
3 & ^o r7 34 .
H o S * T i8 2 44 Blue
B
Lakes Blvd. N.; 733LT. 42
4234443
_ „ i,
at senior citizens ccntcr.
Haile>' •G:30 p.m. Sunday at 317 Soul
4191 for diivctians.
5408.
Twin Palls - noon
H. llarlciw
HiKipcs
R u p e n • Post 3r,7H.
II:
,'cr.
Breast
feeding support gnup
L ^ C h ib t
amber ot Comnerce • First
^
ip • 1^
ine. Presbyterian aCh
u 5 ? 2 0 9 ^ F if ^ h T J 'l
P o s t. 7;3 0 p.m . seconi
cond and fo u rth
Wednesdays at St. Luke's Wood
Mti
M arijuana A nony m ous
at Noon at
N, 4236301.
It P
and th i r d Mondays
li
Tuc«Li>-' of the nvmth
al l<u|K-n Child
th ai
Buriey-NoonFHdays at
Piric e d Cafe,
VaUey
Val liledical Center, 727-8410.»•
a.m. Saturday. MiiKic
-Twii
Twin Falls • 9 oj
i i n . 6 7 » f f le a
Q a i d a im J iSports.
.S j
agic
Dcs’clopm cnl Ccntcr. 43f)*'jfHt.
43f)-(
Twin Falls - 10 p.m. SjiurdayN mag
2444 Omlaod Ave^ Val Gam
o.
Delta Sigma torarity- mccu
i ief suppon ^ruup - 3 p.m. Sun
undayj.
Valley Fellowship>Hiall,73«6U .
Im b d ilW
Valley
Ave.
S ho sh o n e • I'ost 3001,
IOOI, I.iitk- Wood
Iley Kcllowship HiUl. 801 Scc<md Av
Bntey 8«se • 7:30 pja. tU
Uibi d n o l n t
Rupert
i
Ru: United Methodist Church,
h,605IL
B «al^-8 pm Tu
Tuesday, Presbyterian
N.. 736-091H,all
736
12-sicpperswdcomc.
■itond Tuesday of
«reom
" 7 P “ ; ach Thursday at the Burley
River P»'M; ' p.m. sccon
at
Bincttu coofoence
R .4«E.
St,
e .l1 6SOOcdd^Ave.Ncw
St.. 4363354.
Church, 2100 Burton
e ram R sm sey.
LDS Institxue,
ton Avc, 436-9553.
p tlil A
A; ddicts A nony m ous
ic mi
mcmi>erv liunii-\,
the m onth at .Slunlionc
AlTrcsco Rood. Sbersi
HIV
o e a b e rs w ddcome.
cc
Call 676^92 or 678I support group -10 a ma. every
Hailey - 7 p.m.L Tuesday.
T
St, C h a rles .
8«f^2755.
Twin
Falh
•
IJ-Mcp
recovery
gn>u]
other
Saturday.
CoU
Jane
ot
73331
oth
-3129.
Parish
HaU,
788420S
209or78M944,
le
se
co
n
d
and
1622.
Ooodlnx • 6 p.m. on the *
'IfTw in Fulls • Post 2I3fi
2I3fi. Henry l.yilifits
[
0
p.m.
FriOjv>
at
HOI
Sccond
Avc.
N
ygnMtp.
Buhl
•
8
p.m.
Fri
icaln In n ; 934Mondays « the Lineal
P o st. « p .m . M-tondi Tu
T ucsdav of th e
>1231.
• 630 pjn. Fridays at 2420 ParkeeAve.in
Church, 516 Main. S4
41^
m o n th a t Twin F alls
Is DAV
I);
lia ll. 4->‘)
Musical
i i call Jon at 678-7447. /
Buriey;
Ove
O v ere ate rs A nonym ous
.
Ilalley • Noon firstt aand third
SlicHip, 734-4087,
Wateen
fo
lUey Singles Square Daace '
IMOMS au b meeu weekly i.r.ui>
Rotaurant in
Maicie VoUe
Twin FalU • (i:30 p.m. WcdncvbyiJ o( r
____WedoefriatFuUMoonRe
W tn d e lJ - Posi 21)74,
211?. T housand
ly.
Falls
rro
fie
ssio
n
n
i
t
o
l
^
rral
7346
p.m.
Monday.
Qob- 7 p-m.L Tuesdays
T
ot St. Jerome’s
port
por and a^vities. Coll Heather <
a.m. Saliirdavs iir 1 p.m. Mnndiiys.'<“'1
u
S prinjl'P ost. Hp.m. first
T
rst
Tluirvlay
of the
Center, No. 21,73^
826
» d and fourth
Parish H a il.
ll.:216 Second Ave. E. in
liey tm • 730 pjn. second
xiinf^sat (he Firsi IbipilMQiurtluOl
met.-.™
C itire n s
^10
m o n th a t W endell: Senior
Ser
Health
Care Provider 12
•5689.
1
Jerane; 734-561
12 Step
Alzheimer’S Dise
is e a s e s u p p o r t
sh o(ishonc
sh
Ti^days al Heybum fireBtution:436tt
St. (use side door o
Cem er Bldg.. 53^ .2.^.)
Rteovety
Program • 630 p m Mo
R«
Ms^U lm ddss .Barbenbop Chorus • 7:30
rdncsdays
und
Ninth
Avenu
lie
s
W
edn
X rS i
group for famlllei
O th e r o rg a n iza tio n s
otat425 2nd Ave. N.. Twin Falls
ays at the First Methodist
P-m. Tuesdays
jM ne- 7 pm fim and:third
thii Monday
iranccon Satunlaysi; 73207(i7.
i0;30-ll:30 o.m , th ir d
Denise
at 7344 777 or Brian aat 436Twin Foils • 10:3
»unt. Shoshone Street and
De
C h ristian Singles Group
Groi - 7 p.m. on
124-7910.
Church basem<
at jirooe Gvic Ubnuy, 324-:
Burley ■10 a.m. WctlncuJays at the
th
Wednesday of mont
1722.
onth at 640 Filer A ve.
Burley
Aug. 28 iuid every other
»
icr week.
Chrisiian
.Twin Falls; 734-2664.
172
nd and
FourthAve.,!*
Rnpcft • 7:30 pm second
i fourth
rley l*u!iUc Ul>nin'. 1300 Miller, 1i>,79.
7'
tclional
W. sponsored by Sun
JunBridge Core C e n te r,
g jn.
jj
Adult
Children of Dysfuncl
OithcAn • 7:30
I
C e n le r Fours(iiidre. IHl
IHI Morris.)ii Sl ,
d li« .7 0 7 F S t ,
M n j l e iCbarmoBlc
l^
Ntoiday at Red Oots building
call Bedcy Jacobsen
Families
- 5 p.m. Wednesdayss iac the
e n ai t 734-8645,
Cog
Fai
Twin FaU-s. 7.m.2.W.
^ T \ ie s d a yy*
s <at the BuHeyKi^ School
Gooding • 7 p.m, Mondav. al lhltli
Avc.
N.,
Burley
7-8
p
m
:
Walker
Cenler,
263
Second
Av
m.
second
Thursday
o
f
Walkci
5‘)2.
C
hristiun
Mens
Bible
I
S78-743a
Ws
ble
Fellowship
. 7
m.tecondand
oandroc<n;678
ilker Cenler, 1120 Mpnian.i;')34-«6!);
iW m Sytinpi • 7:30 p m I
the month at Buriey
ey Senior
1
Cen ter, sponTwin
Uver Flats - 7:30 p.m.
TVr Falls; 7344200.
a.m. Saiurd.iys at Depot
:pot Gnll CalxKisi.ed IMethodist
8n«ke Riv
foufth Monday at United
lindand
sored by Ashley Man
Senior
Support Group for Blin
ilanor Core Center, call
Hanoony llaU. 1Z3 K St. in
i
Q,
Tuesdays at Hi
IIG.
nH )m .ciU A U t 73.';-241G.
OnidJ, 60SILSt, 436-9862.
Other
Vistallr
Impaired
p
e
o
^
noon
;
6047ar43M148.
Vis
flat the
BiUi at 677-5451.
Twin Foils Chapterr ooff LeTip, profesTWin Fans-Noon Wednesc
Tvrin
elloeaCboras-Members car
Tw Falls Senior Center thi
sional organizaticm forr business
lius
men and
Ja«^ Restaurant; 7345268.
JobsC
B D aughters
OlvorceCare
Wednesday
of the month, meeii:
We
f e n llm . J
pool to B o l,se
i o chorus every Tuesday
u-,1,
w om en, 7-8;30 a.m. cvcr^
.•ven-Thursdav at
^F k llsM o au d i.M eet
Belhel 18 • 7 p.m. second and fourt
Twin Falls - 7 p.m,
p.i Mondays a t th e
Bell
krning
km luach. coll 733-5073.
h u ck W ajo o
evoiin*. C an1733^238.
7;
in
Depin CrilL Mark at 7330
•33 0404 ,.r .I(u,n al
thi^ Tlundayi at Nonh’s C
Chi
indays
at
1519
Overland
Avc,
I
o
rm
ed
C
hurch,
1631
M
ondi
Ihriiiian
Foils Reforn
Grandmothers in Touch - Chr
in
Falls.
735-2519.
riey.
;
7336128.
Buriey
tlier for
Grandview Dr. N.; 73
grandmothers who pray togethi
;lcs -Thursdiivs at
iinh
M agic Vulley Singles
Bethel 14 ■7 p,m. Kcond .md foun
KNanlsCIubi
I
HoWes
g" families, schools, churches;
n; 11:45
Alcohollcs AlKMI)
their
ne,
J e f f F lo y d P hoto, 123 K. M ain S( .
” mSndays at 225 Fint A ve. lv. in Jerome
B^hl ■Noon Wednesda'
Iday* a t T b e
B ingo • 7-9
at 734p-nn,. pop•"J™
7-9 p .m . W ed n e sd ay s a t
a.ir Thundays, call Lorraines a
a.m.
rinfom ulion. call 733^ Bethel 15 ■7 p.ra. first und thir
lir d
Jerom e, call Debbie att(>44.tirK}.
(>44
Gnmdstaad Sports Grill; enn
5
nn543-2330or
Golden Y ears
S
■s Senior
a tim n s center. 218
7015.
701
8300.7368446 cr P3-7897.
733
a
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Twin
FuUs
Chapter
'Order
Ord. of DrMolay
W edn.
:dnesdays at 6lh and Califomia i
N .R sflS L W/..Shosbooe;
.,{
anyone o v e r 18
}
Magic
Valley Brain Injury bup^Mrt
Su
Sunday Breakfas
;fast Group • S u n d a y s
Goodir
• 7 p.m . f im and lliirdJ Tluuvl.i>-s
Tin
at »«3
t>ding.call‘J34«283.
^ S - N o ^ W e d lay*
: ^ a t Price's
y ean o fase vwelc«jme;can886-2369.
rc
•
Ck
Croup
and Referral Service • For
alccnutes between
31 9S a.tn, and 3 p.m. at
lir d
Blue l,a k es Blvd. N.
Bethel 43 • 7 p.m. first and ihir
Overland Ave^
,4 44!3 « 2 2 8 o r
M d g e ^ Il fp .m .'M o a d ^ s a t M a g ic
nui
nution,
call Cassandra Blakley^al326a
Edith's Cafe. High
ighway. 81 E „ iic ro ss
Monda
indays at 883 Blue Lakc« Blvd. N.
. Iduho Kcbeknh l ^ lg
dger % • 1'ir.t aod
^
VaUcy B ridIge
g e H ouse, 24b Falls A v e ..
408
4080.
n e . Burley; 67{«)798 o r
b ^,|. 56 • 7 p.m. second and fourt
from the golf course,
BetlKl
“fth
ihinJ Mon<la\-s ai « p.m.
.n). at
a 120 W. Ave.
FUer • Noon TuehlaysI aatt th e F iler
Twin Fa lls; 733-8699.
73:
Newcomers w elt
Moms
in Touch • Meets at vt
v.nou.
67M293.
rdncsdavs at 8H3 Blue Lakes Hlvd. N'
N.
A. W endell,
M etlio^ Cbutcii: 32M530
Woc
o c 3 2 fr^ l.
come.
limes throughout the week to pr
,
Study Group -• 8 p.m. M o n d a y s,
M tM n
;e 4 . SsiDnd .ind
G uiding Slur IjKlge
iso n ic a c tiv itie s
I t o a t • NoonTuesdaysI aatt th
1 e R u pcit
Magic VoUe)
Dey Chest Chib-5:30 to 9-30
Ibe children, their scowls and
Ibeir
nd their
Wedneiays, Thun
lu n d a y j at St, J a m e s
tr
n
,
fourth
T
liurvlays
in
Moimi
looniain
llnme.
E1^43&8124.
leoi
p m E very oother
th Saturday ai Bomes &
leochcTS.
For informatioo. cnU825>car of Ihe West 35 Onier of Ikuter
15-9604,
Episcopal Church,,2(
i,,20th S l and O akley.
Star
>dgp 107 . m e ets
Jfrome • noon Thursda
R u th Rcliekuh l.odgp
i d a y s a t th e
N o h lein T win
inFans;
I
7336186.
f Ufe FeUowsUp (a l^slep
New
S tar
;r •• i8 p.m. fint Th»irsd.-\v of Monthh ast
:precovBuriey; 678-9414.
1^0
th e sccsirid and fuurtlih Tliiirsdav
Tli
at the
F irv tA v e .E ,
M agic VaU
t Pinochle Club-7:30.
J e n ^ Senior Center. 2U>Fll
tUey
ay group and bible study) • 7 to !
mdcll Masonic l.odKe on Nonh Idah
ip •• 5 p-m. Mondays ul
Wende
Women’s Group
West
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ii.u
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idayiitDiubled'Amtticatt— Thunaayt arihe'TtfsTBapilsrChu
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ceC
TWln Falls- Noon Thursd.
cley Avenue. 43t«,
13th S ire e i and Oakley
irsday* a t th e
V eieran a Htall.
all Harriion Street and
Tw Falls, corner of Ninth
Twin
ith and
No. 9; 678-9414 or 67{
Evastem Slur IxkIrc • 7:3
^
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cSooding
o»
Turi a u b for lunch} 736-42:
1-4276 o r 734Shoup A venue,
6815.
ue,TWinFalk
Sho
Shoshone;
734^714.
MbtMIassia Grouj
•oup - 8 p m T uesdays
_ n, .sccond Tuesday of monthp io
koh l.odgr .9 8 - 7
™
M u rg u e riie Rebekah
1
' Parents
of Dohs ^rndrucne Chil
V alley V'Ista
Isi Retirement Center
ling, 1321 Oakley Ave.
•
at the Snow Building
isonic Temple, Sixth Avenue an
iVetInes«lays .it Ihc
p,m. Finit and thinl Wctln
• 630 pm T^ietdays and
For information, call 733-8869, leave
le a
O ^ 'm M Clubs .
^o. 9; 677-9040 or 43i
438-5441 lO O F H all at Third and Avenui- and
a tbe community center at
me:
, , ,
Rupert Group • 8 p m Mondays a n d
^ lifomia Slrcel,
iW palU -N oon Thursd.
IdahoS ircct inCHXHling
N.inTwinFalls; 733-5531.
I
E-doh-ho chapter 77 Order of Ihc
™P^PoUo
Support Group . For
’K
or inforFridays ot the Team
ram Suppon Building..
^ E*dt
Maiidarin House; 73M278, 7.
Klay.........
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mtl
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can
678-2571.
Rem
Star
fint
and
third
Wednesda
542.
436-9449
o
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4
32Ensten
- . 548 E St.; 436-5842
7 3 4 ]m .
lirficlil.
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fuunh Thursda>-s in Fairfic
at Oispterl Bookstore, 120
S
Soiahera
Idaho Twin
Sing
ai Ma»
klasonic Temple. UJ E Idaho in Pau
jitw ne • 6 p m Wednesdi
U
n
io
n
Lodge
45
Fir and th ir d
- Firsi
ley;
726-5425.
pjn
pm
Saturdays
at
Spanbauer’t
Ba
^
2
6
Bom for.
Group • N
c on Wcdnc«la>-s
Noon
436642
M itet. 156E Main St, 324-5tar
•
Tuesdays
nt
2
p.m,
in
Hagc
lagcmun.
Jky
Bingo,
126
2nd
Ave.
S.
dan
Itupen
39
OxrJcr
of
the
Eostem
Sttr
dandng;
733-3712.
at 220 E. EUis, Paul;
Jl; <
4326718.
R “P'
\fendell • 7 p.m. Tuesd#
f pja. Thunday, Friday and
*
Mini-Cassia
Singles - 7:30
els iIhe second and fourth fhunda)
lays
Syringu Rebekah odge n o . Second
iO p.m.
HaUey/Bellevt*
■e •- Fnr more in fo rm a-.
meets
Foinbouse Restaunat in We
6-1895.
Thi
ai th
e Masonic
1
531and fourth Monda>-s ;ii
|
.1 8 p.m.
Ill 132 H.
;he
Temple, 620 E St.. 53
Thundayt.oi
1901 W St. in Hey
tion, call 788-5950. .
678
P re -sc h o ol
o l story hour, 10 a.m.
678-5328.
0.
Avc, B. Jcrt)me,
/alley • For more infor5190.
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Ketchum««n VaU
Cl3j Air Patrol
IV iesdoysattbe
tbe Gooding Public Library.
S
rwin FalU Chapter 29. Older of the
th
Substance
Abuse Volmiteer Eli
Odd Fellos.-s . « p.m.
n. Tui-ula\-s
Tv
at the
mation, caU 7264650
550
'
p
a t th
306 Sth A v e.I. V
Burky. 7 pm Mondays at
tl e Federal
Item Star ■meets the second an
Wn 3 to 5-year-cldt, and
F« informaUon, caU436-960a
and
O dd Fellosvs H all, 13lh
I3lh and O akley,
fforts. 6
Debtors Anonyim
parents w d cootne,
tn can 9344089.
Aviation Adminlstrtticn u ild in g a t the
S
Sobstance
Abuse Vohmteer Effa
^ 0“
•
f " nrth" Tuesday at the Masonic Templ<
plc.
Buriey;678-1431.
ountain .
Ctall 732-0767.
B u ^ Airport; 677-2SS9orr4366861.
43<
.
Twin F a lls
16.
— --------- f ---------------Is 1Rifle and PUtoi Club •
to;7:30 p.m. Sundays at the Mou
to
BlueLx
e Lakes Ikmlcvard North. 73.<-8816.
iom,333
For business ovmei
m e n ,callB t733 «)88.
Twir
lW n F alls.7 p m Mond<
inday* a t 702 ' Sbooten w eIcane,
ka
twin Falls Lodge 45 • 8 p-m. the fin
69 pm Wednesdays
Vie Elemestaiy Sdwol lunchroor
View
7Tiijpi»l'JioaT\’iiVttyumi
Jiimn ii distiCnn/ ro
moderate pistol cal.
W.: St, Buriey; 678-7447.
W.27lh
A i ^ Loop at JoiUn Field;*
tdjcanM ntO Q
atZSSnftfaA^▼e.Wn
ve
dnesday at 883 Blue Ukes Blvd.■N
nym ous
Wedne
Narcotics Anonyi
puWiL-ia? MtJfifc- KuJ/fv I'Juhf und iifxonia;,
atnl-5871. \ S
. ib en o o d .2 2 ,324-5960
,3 2
or 733^3.
A
Mental
Health Support Group-:
i-6937,
n'orts. To h a w pour miftting
n tir fijtcd. or tu
i.call736-1160or(800)
fiiK
and
thinl
Mondays'at
the
Twin
m
>'9
om-1
pm
Saturdays,
fin)
Rupert
Lodge
65
•
8
p.m.
fin
y
ifti
.
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p
eacfaM
iupdate
p
our
mfi-n>w
infonnalion,
info\
tend
Sorpptlmistlhtenurtlona
Oir &Hospital conference room;
^
T a K l B r eisk
a k Coffee Shop. 209 N.
Oinlc
dnesday al Rupert Masonic Tempii
■P*®'
rwrioc U'ifh name of the
cq;
e ajfinaaiion,
lUiv
.1>da Falls - first, thirdd oj
a n d fo u rth
s t . Je
n
Jers(De.'324«329.
An levels
572
IE
St,
4364037.
572-994a
and
o nJ tir ^ ooffjlu
the m<ttig c u'ltft
Ciouxi
^ and Idaho; 7 pjn,
Tuesdays at 12 pm at JadeeBBtu ffe t.1 7 1 9
—MhdCassiaC
meei' Ctq^pett Gi
It
lu»ley>Rgpett~Shrine Chih.-630 p.n
- . .------oiritji/ioru-'tium iierunJrur
d rum fo/fliw ifiM
Kiid>erly Road in Twin Falls
'alls. AU busiiner fourth Wednesdoy at Rupei
Can
Can 654-2241.
wrici at 77»f Time*p tn o n ft> f\Jt Muntjnrontci
Ketchum
7
pJn.
t
4-9486.
U /«
n^w ooeo are invited, 734-94
et Young CUIdren - 7
^4364037.
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hvin fuHi SJ303.
Velghtloss
J Motben
ird Ia n d fourth
--i
O aky • noon second, third
second
and fourth Wednesdays t
loyal Arch Masoiis • 8 p.m. secon
or. The
jie
otfcnn’on O u b Ctilcrtdar.
7 dtaiSline it
Wednesday at Georso KV878878-7202.
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atd
• 6 p m Mcndaya a t
TwI Falls Reformed Church,
Twin
;sday. Rupert Masonic Temple, 43(
“ k £ U h , 8 p.,uti
L Thundays. 310 M ain
noon7W«iflp.
st b
n n d th ir d
' (be Odd Fellow
I^ p e rt - no6n on first
lows Hall, 13th and O akley
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Dr. N; 324-7035.
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sc
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- d'oeuvresforaNlew
m Yjear*s party?
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maldng a big tneal.
offer your guests
sts a selec tio n of
. bo n d ’oeuvres to
t
COnibble
on: They
' look festive and1 taste
ta
delid b u s and they’re fastt and
at easy to prepore, so ^ won’t
s
i*t spend
the whole
tiioe in ^ Idtcfaen.
IH EIB
BA
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Ulialc of hors d’oeuvres
d’oi
in terms
of layers: bases,
tryping« tmH ggp.
nkiW Rtw»y /-nn
be made o f ptiff
pastxy, pim bread
wedges o r tortiUas - a l l o f
vdiich keep well
in the freezer and
cm be pulled out
and baked in tbe
oven a t a moM a r th a
Z
ment’s
nodce. Bases can even be
Martha
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sliced
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br
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vuils and vegetatdes
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with flavocfulingredi
rtdients such os o. lire oil, 9 nlic;harscn]
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and distinct flavor
r -—chopped nuts,
. capers, slices of jalapi
lapeno peppers or
fredjberb sprigs afl
Hww o k w ^
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ith com binations
of bases, flavorings
gs sand toppings you’ll be surprisedd at how simple it
is to prepare quick,
ck, dclidous hors
d’oeuvres. For more
ire iideas, visit tbe
cooking channel on www.martha
stewartxom and try
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all th e ingredients to make our
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th e
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so m e
favorite redpes.
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OODING - Pat Fossceco grew
up[m
ona randl in Nebraska. Thf
U>
oldest
s t of five children, she was
is
recruit
n ited early to help Mom in
thekiti
kitchen
RASPBERRV
Her
er mother was Swedish, her
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CHEESECAKE/CREi
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hither
er a meat-and-potatoes m'an,
n,
1 unbaked 9-inch pie:
h e r mother-in-law
me
A ustrian andd
12 ounces cream cht
Jieese, soft*
Italian,
an. Dinner has always been a
ened
tjjne^for
fg the family to gather and
d
1 cup sugar .
shared
e the d a /s events,
2 eg^
p _ ,jssceco m et h e r h u s b a n d1,,
} cu p sour CTcam
R o blert,
er at C olorado S ta te
e .
2 ( 10-ounce) p ackages
TTr^?,"
i ^ ^ ty . W hen'their childrenn
frozen raspberries
S tablespw nsconu
mstarch
” J rBVyoung, R obert h ad a jobb
required a lot o f trav e l.1.
1 pint whipping ere
7eam
:r a particularly lo n g trip,),
C re a m th e cheese,
c, 1/2 cu p
S & fS g .
Jt six
is.. . su g ar a n d th e eggss till w ell .
aoo.w
; weeks, the. Fosscecos..
ded “that was enough,” PatIt
mixed. P o u r inlo thee jpie crust
ceco recalled.
and b a k e at 350 degre
xces for 30
nee both husband and wifee
^ Smc€
m in u te s . T h en allow
IW to cool.
Jih a d grown
gn
up on ranches, theyy
Spread sour CTc.im ove
ver the top
''•’H.ip'
started
led a search for a suitablee
and ch ill 1 hour. Com
imbine th e
ranch,
h. Ai friend in Boise suggest-[•
berries, cornstarch ant
md 1/2 cup
ed thej
fiey check out Idaho. Theyy
sugar a n d cook till liquii
uid is dear.
found
d aa ranch near Gooding andd
Cool. W hip 1 cup cream
un and fold
—^
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packec
ced up th e fa m ily - th eB
into th e b e rry mixtur
ure. Cover
younge
gest child was 4 a t the time,r.
with S aran Wrap and re
refrigerate.
Ih a tw
a 28 years ago.
was
(You can hold this forr iup to two
ff
Thee tthree children thrived on1
days b e f o r e serving,
lg.) W hen
ready to serve, whip thi
the other 1
WHATTO
TOKEEP
' T * !1 !life and were active in 4-H,,
cup o f w h ip p in g crei
-cam w ith
INTHEPA
P A iS S
S . ^ch, school an d s p o rts ,
»co said. When the children1
about 6 tablespoons1ssugar (or
niAgcsdons:
Fossceo
Here are some 5ug{
----------w e ros-sm
- s ail,-F o ssceco m ade} -more to taste) and drop
' — •P uff p a stry -----op a dollop
spaghe
h
e
tti
about
once
a
w
eek,
of whipped cream on eac
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ach piece.
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• ToniDas . . .
• CtwwHwnttM Bwrf
fl
d£lavaings,such
frie nid
d ^who loved s p a g h e tti so>
WNIES
. CINNAMOI^BROWl
every time spaghet^i
2 cups flour
as extra-virgin olive
ive oil, balsam ic
« « c hI that,
tl
xheduled, that friend toanviiiegar, Dijon njustard,
us
w asabi
was sch
2 cups sugar
p ( ^ Tabasco sauce
a
w andscysauce
aged to show up and m aneuver:
1/2 teaspoon salt
tKU MTO«Tk>IWlw,
anmvit!
vitation to dinner,
1 teaspoonbakingsi
Pa»F05K.C0
COIs a traditional 'scratch cook,
ooh,’ known for turning simple foo
•Tuna,aQchoriesa
foods into fantastic meals.
es and sardines
Fosso
wceco worked as a n office\
1 teaspoon dnnamon
• Dried fruit, g»rb
> raisins and
d ) as
manage
Iger th ro u g the years. The-!Ic u p w ater
diildren
sheet pan at
ren all went to coUege - one;
□I 350 degrees for 20
Rt
2 sticks butter
Remove from heat and add
Id th e
1 large jar man
•
naraschino cher)■
• CnuCDeys
to thes University
U
■minutes.
2 tablespoons cocoa
of Idaho, one toI
po
po w d e red su g ar and vani
n illa .
ries, drained andd diced
di
_______ • Nuts, such as alm<
ilmonds and wal-— Boise_5
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College
I Southern Idaho,
brownies are
ge of
' 1/2 cup buttennilk
ire done m ake a frostthi are still \varm. Top with
they
ith 1/2
cook on low heat
ti thick. Cixil,
at till
• Sundried tomatoe
4oes
Daugl
•••• ing:
ughter Lori Klem ann said I
I teaspoon vanilla
cu chopped nms, if desired1.
cup
Spread on sweet
,‘et bread dough
•Capers
h e r mo
Jtter
n o th e r is “a tr a d itio n a l
Mix th e dry ingredic
lients in a
1 stick butu
llwt has been rolled
roi
out very
• Canned pimientos
,
scratch
ch cook that can tu m the
bowl. Place the butter,,w
•oons milk
water and
®tablespooi
P()TIZ,\
thin. You can use
•«.*pi
prepared sweet
Fhab higredients
ti WlU k ee p
ts that
most ordinary
ort
meal into a sump>oons cocoa
cocoa in a saucepan and
id bring to
3 tablespooi
(Austrian pastrj-)
I bread dnugh from
•om the store. Or
for a week or so indue
tuoust delight
d<
a boil, th en pour it over
rown sugar
;2 cups milk
...You m ay think
'er
tlie
dry
1/2
cup
hroi
! you can use this recipe;
rec
• Hardy vegetable
bles and h erb s,
, h is sou
sounds o rd in ary , b u t my
mixture. B eat the eggs,
powdered sugar
S, bm icr13/4 cup po
1/4 pound butter
Sweet bread douj;
Jougli:
such as g arlic , cell
e r n ever u sed a b re a d
)n vanilla
_1 teaspoons
milk and vanilla, then add
ac to the
1 1/2 cups sugar
1 a ip liikewann
in vwater
radishes, carrots and 8
ter,
m
ilk,
cocoa
and
ine
(let
alone
any
kin
d
of
flour-cocoa
mixture
and
r
d
mb-well.
butter
1
pound
walnuts,
choppec
ied 01*
1/4 cup powdered
;red milk
-• Cheeses, such as
as goat cheese,
neasurii
iring device). It was cheapir iin a pan. Heat well
grc
Bake in a greased 11-bj
by-16-inch
brown sugar
ground
(almost to a pasie cot
ronsisaeam cheese, Gniyen
yere
while stirring,
ng. but DO NOT BOIL
ter
Please see SCR;
SCRATCH. Page C8
tency)
- •S ouroeam
• Kalamataoroil-cu
l-cured olives
. •Smokedsahoon1
• F to h ginger
Items to buy at the
L minute:
lie last
•Bread •
. • R «sh herbs such
J basil, pars*
ch as
leyanddHI
: • P e ris h a b le vegd
e gdtables a n d
,
Ftotures ______________
ive, cucumbers,
gamPyFtti
fruits such as endive,
SQOWpeas, cherry tom
tunatoes, avocaT h e b<
dos a ^ grapes
best approach to good •
nutrition
on is balance! A good diet
r e c ip
e'
PE.,
providesi
es all the nutrients the body
PEARPECANT
^TOASTS
n e e d s-- (carbohydrates, proteins,
(Serves 10 to 12)
0ber, vitz
ntamins, minerals and yes,
■ 10 ounces Roquefort
fortcheese '
even fats
ats - all taken in m oderate
' S tablespoons heavy
ivycream
quantitie
ties and the right propor15 slices white sand
andwich bread,
tions.
m u ts removed
M osthi
c health organizations, such
Family Features
2 B artlett pears,I, thinly
tl
slic ed
as
the
he^ A m erican
H e a rt
•^w edges
Associati
lation and the A m erican
Mere are somee (|uii'k
(|i
and deli1/3 cup p ec an hal
halvfcs, th in ly
Dietetic
ic iAssociation, recommend
y v
cious wiiys 10 add
v
lil vitamins,
min.sliced crosswise
.
at leastt fi
five servings of frxdt and
erals, aiuiii.xidaius
lilts and fiber to
l.H eatove9to350d
>0 decees F. In
vegetable
bles daily.
I
your everyday
ly nu-als and
a nnall bowV combine
^ the cheese
SESAM]
AIE^INGER CABBAGE
[
snacks.
and heavy cream. Usi]
using a fork o r
SALAD
:
1. Stii api)]csauc(
auce. honey and
.wooden spoon, combin
thine until mixS oves(
es6
:
^ g jj^
canned sweet clicr
lierries into hot
,ture Is soft enoughI to spread b u t
me-Ginger Dressing:
i
cereal for an extr
•xtra tasiy dayAot too nmny; set aside
J
■ Zteaspc
spoons Oriental sesame oil
r
; 2. Cut. bread in hall
chilly
half crosswise,
2 (easoc
eh ns
‘■
■•'il nioming.
■|y something a bit dltfefont, such
spoons minced f r ^ ginger
I
'.making fingers that t
2. Mix fi tabk-sp.
L-spuons each of
Sesa
lesame-GInger Cabbage Salad and
lespoons rice vinegar
i ^ e s by 1 1/2 Inche
.'d .sweet
cherries
honey and canned
m
lespoons
peanut
butter
chici
Ihlcken With Cherry-Balsamic Sau
%read fingers to a ba
0“*=®into « ounces cream
ere
cheese.
toast in oven until ligh
Spread on l>a};eLs;and
am loasi.
ilespoons reduced-sodium
each sid e , 10 to IS
IS m in u te s .
soysauce
3. Mix il4 cup[> ptaniit
pi
butter
ce .
Remove from oveiL
and 1/2 cup honey
ney witji a tea'
•
Salad:t .
- : ' 3. Spread one beapii
CHICKEN WITH
.spoon of cinniimoii
m«in, spread on
cups thinly sliced green
. cheese mixture on c id
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C
l
CHERRV*BA15AMIC
SAUCI
CE
loast or muffins and
ind top with thin
e ■
. ger. Top with o pearr alic^
al
garnish
,Serves4
slices of apple for a delicious
s,thinly sliced red cabbage
with pecan slices. Ser
Serve a t ro o m '
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
ack.
power-packed snack.
a or Red Delicious apples,
4
boneless,
skinless
chick
'
cork! ond
:ken
4. Thoroiigtily
n
nd >
chopped
iy mix
1/2 cup
jreast hahes
honey and 1/2 cup
in onions, chopped
Liip Dijon-style
Questions should be
b eca d d i ^ t o
&Ut and iHipjH-T
M ake S esam e-G inger
m ustard wilh a dash nf
Martha Stcwa/t m care
m c fn e N e w
1
medium
onion,
cm
into
tl
lg.
In
small
sk
ille
t
h
e
a
t
tiun
W orcestershire sauce,
sai
ground
York ITmcs Syndrarion
um Sala Con)..
“ 'oss'nfi.
redges
^
oil over low heat Add ginblack pepper and
c;
122 E: 42nd St., tfao
id cayenne
pepiroyork, W.y.
c
. 11 s m a ll g r e e n 'lK ‘11 iv p iH T .. cut
pyr
a (.roat savory
sav
ak 1 minute. T ransfer to
10168. 0 ^ visit Martha
dip for
lh a S tc w a n a t
into
n to tliin s tr ip s
C
F
w
I
and
wliisk
in
vinegar,
&
uniAojnarthastcwartxom
api)le
wedges,
xm . (Qwstmts
I™*!
For a n u W tlo u s a n d yummy nnsai,
s
prepare
Fnilt
and
Homy
B
.
y
B
aked
C
u
sta
rd
a
n
d
'
1
1
can
(16
1/2
ounces)
swe
b!>'u tter, honey a n d soy
_
of^enerel interest wHlIbem
be • sw atdin
S. Ladle 3/4 cup canned or
P o rftT end erio ln W ith Honay Ro
Cher
herries, drained
Routed Oarroto and Applet.
etaside.
P'
this C D ^ n ; Martha SSte
ttw m n s n * i
frozen sweet cherric
orries and 1 cup
1/, cup honey
1/4
_
ters connof be
2. m pipare
a bala i'In l i ^ e bowl
that'iinpublished letten
vanilla ice cream
ir blender;
n into
1/4 cup baLsamic vinegar
ately. •
fa v .7scajboh\ft
e both
cabbages, ap p le s
'Re-toss and serve inunediati
M n J f c J 8 s fiber 2 c
llv.) “M artha
cotnbme
t
atisiffered individuaUv.
proce.ss until sm(K)th
KUh and creamy
2
teaspoons
comstardi
W
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r
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f
i
o
n
p
e
r
;
trsaving
sodium;
/69ms:
iff
diolcstcrol:
ft
calo2
1
en
onions.
Add
dressing;
Stewart Living^ is on KSAW-TVat
KS,
9
green
fo r a luscious cherr
lerrj’
ice creain
protcm:
Z
g
total
fov
4
q
u
i
ntumtcd
rics:Ul
»aL Let stand S minutes:
am . Siavlay.
*®ss to coa
a jii uxMai;sandiOa.n.
Please see BAUNCE. Page
je C8
shake.
Ask
S
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M a k .: e 5 a i d a y : s w e eS t a n cd e a s >
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Quick and
a
deliciou
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& H
ome
j h t i n gI w i n t te r b l a ths.? Gi e t y o) u r h a m d s dl i f t i
• ■Itching to get your
yoi hands dirty? Tlieise
brighi winter dnys
lays do that to a person,
S tart soine seeds,
ds. Dig those half-used
seed packets outt of the drawer.
To make sure: th
they’re still good, put a
, few seeds between
» n layers of damp paper
; towels. Let them
:m :sit overnight. In the
• monung. you sliouli
ould see sprouting. Plant
•• some chives andI pa
parsley to brighten win„ te r m eals. Cilant:
in tro will do well in a
sunny winter windo
ndow, too.
S om eone justt sent
s<
me some coleus
. seeds. Its prettyy purple-shaded
p
leaves
will be a welcome
:
nc addition
to the naked
cast window sill1on
once it’s up. It’s fun to
throw some impati
latiens seeds into warm
. moist soil this tim
lime of year, too. They
, sprout quickly and
md easily and fill a window sill nicely.
: Ham disl
shcan
be servec
id with
rice or no
loodles
N ew sd ay____________
_____________ ■
The folks who give
giv us Hormel
cured ham ako mak
nake this recipe
' a v a ila b le in a re
ri c ip e color
b ro c h u re . “ Ham
am fo r All
Seasons.” They sug
suggest serving
th e dish with rice;
ce; we think it
would be just ass good,
g
m aybe
better, with noodles.
les.
HAM VFCfETABI
ABI.e s DIJON
1 1/2 cups whippin,
ping cream
1/3 cup Dijon must
lustard •
3 cups diced cooke
oked ham
3 cups cut broccoli
roli, cooked
1 (4-ounce) cann sliced
s:
mushrooms, drained
1/4 ttaspooti <vhitc
lite pepper
In la rg e skillet
le t. com bine
cream and mustard
ird. Bring to a
boil. Cook over mec
nedium heat 8
to 10 m inutes or■until
ur
slightly
• thickened, stirring
g ooccasionally,
Add ham, cooked broccoli,
bro
mti.shroom s and pepr
c pper. H eat
througli. Makes 4 senings.
ser
-
stay onntop
t
of you
)ur
investme
Iie n ts
with th
the
)ages..
Money pai
REEN
T
h u milBPRINTS
b
CathyW
Walworth
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Go to the paint store and
an< get a long,
n arro w p lastic containe:
n e r g e n e ra lly
u sed to soak w allpaperr in.
ii It will be
about 6 inches deep andd 24
2< to 369nch*
es long. When planted with
wil im patiens
or marigolds or geraniums
ims, this is the
best window box p lan ter
e r ;you’ve ever
seen.
Fill the container to withir
thin a little over
an inch from the top withfl st
sterile potting
J
soU. Do
)on’t use garden soil. Even
'en if the
gard enn does happen to th aw out,
01 you
don’t w
want to take the chance of
b
if battling
ing off disease or inviting any
an; other
gens into your indoor gardi
rden. It’s
s belter to start with a good,
od, sterilDttingsoU.
Dragg a pencil point lig h tly ov
over the
s u r f a c e of the potting soil. Sprini
inkle the
seeds into
ir
the 1/8-inch row s. Pat
Pat down
th e poti
3ttin g soil gently an d ml is t with
w arm v
w a te r. Cover t h e w hole
lie thing
w ith at sh
s ee t jof waxed p a p e r. Nothing
Ni
fancy, ju
j s t drape it o v er th e top.
toj The
waxed: p
paper will help keep in thc
them oist u r e wlv h ile thc see d s g e t a roouund to
ing.
sproudn
For a really quick sprouting, try
trj shoving th e whole planter in to one
< the
le df
co m p a rtm esnts
n t u n d e r th e w a te rb ed1..
.
Tom ato seeds
ids sprout quickly u nder a
w a te rb ed , son
sometimes in 24 hours. Be
>e
stire to checkk them
th
o fte a .
As soon as
ti seed.^ have sprouted,
IS the
i,
take th e waxed
xed paper uff th e top and/or
rt
ta k e th e plani
a n te r out fro m u n d e r thee
waterbed. They
hey now want lots of indirect
:t
light a n d gent
ently circulating air. In no0
tim e a t all you’ll
yoi
h av e th e neighbor*rhood’s earliest
s
s t spring
garden.
U p o f tbe Weelc
W<
You know that oncee
you h av e the
s
le seed
packets out, you'ree
going to s ta
a rrtt d re a m in g a b o u t next:t
year’s g ard ea
(
n. Go ahead; plan it now, ontl
paper.
One of the challenges
ch
of vegetable gar::■
dening is to water
wa everything just r i ^ t1
Some w a n t quite a1bit of w a te r, w l^ e
others don’t It’s alltoo
tooeasy to give your
tomatoes a good soakiii]
iking while drowning
a patch of iKlghboring
ng ccarrots.'
The solution? Group
y crops accordup your
ing to w a te r usage., An
An easy w ay to;do
thisisto p lan tcro p saco
a c c o rd ^ to how big
theyll g et and how fasti
ost they’U grow. .>
For instance, lettuce
tuce, ca rro ts, beots,
spinach, and radishes
n
es make
good n e i^ bors, since they grow
w at about th e same
rate. Similarly, com,, tomatoes,
tot
and meions all grow quicklyy tmd
ar g e t big - and
therefore nee d lots ofw:
if w a te r-so it’s helphesam
eiirea.
ful to plant them in thes
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lasserole is
is easy, ecconom ia:a l
T a s te o f H om e__________ _____________
________
When
en Linda Philippi, of Ronan,
an, Mont.,
startedd serving
s
her Carrot Coin Cass<
asserole, it
was just
ust a creamed vegetable dish
lish. Over
time, shi
she has enhanced it by tiying
ing different vege
jgetables and adding nutmeg,
eg. Today,
h er scru
rrum ptious casserole makes
:es a delicious dish-to-pa.ss
di
and is su re 10
to sp a rk
recipe requests.
re
CARROT COIN
CASSEROLE
12 mec
ledium carrots, sliced
1 large
•ge onion, cut into 1/4-incli slice:
ices
2 cups
ps frozen peas
1 1/2j cups
c
(6 ounce.s) shredded1 ch
chcddar
cheese
4 table
blespoons butter or margarine,
inc, divided
2 table:
)lespoons all purpose flour
1 teasp
ispoon salt
I/4 tea*
easpoon pepper
1/4 tea>
easpoon ground nutmeg
2 I/2 cups
cu milk
1 cup crus}
ic k e rs
ished butter-flavored cracli
(about 25 crac
ackers)
P la ce c a rrro
r ts and a sm all am ouni
. w ater in a sai
saucepan; cover and cook over
0
m edium heai
ibut 6
:at until crisp-tender, abi:
m in u te s . Ad
^dd onion; b rin g to a b<
b o il.
R educe heat,
u . Cover and sim m er for
or 4-6
m in u te s o r u n til onion is crisp -te nndder.
Drain. Add pe
peas and loss.
P la ce 4 cuj
u ps in a greased, shallow
ow 3q u art bakingg dish. Sprinkle w ith chec
leese.
T op w ith reem
i a in in g v e g e ta b le s . In
Ii a
s a u c c p a n ov
3v e r m edium h e a t , m e il t I
tablespoon bn
butter. Stir in flour, salt,, ppepp e r and nutm
m eg until smooth. Gradua
luaUy
add m ilk, stir
tirring constantly. B ring to
ti a
boil. Boil an<
n d s tir for 2 m in u te s . P
Pcour
over th e vege
;etables. In a sm all sauccp
or skillet,’ cor
om bine cracker cru m b s5 a
re m a in in g bt
b u t t e r . Cook a n d s t i r o\
over
medium h eatIt until toasted. S p rin k le 01
over
casserole. Bak
ake, uncovered, a t 350 for
3r 30'
40 m in u te s o r until bubbly. M akes
servings.
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this Carrot Coin CatMrda ara' uutls iy in g
w ay s t o fe e d your'family.
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F o o d &C H
I OME
Warmlup tjievwinter Boiler*can sa^ive morney, adId comfifort
by bakdng fresl:ih bread ,
DEAR JIM: We are bui
)uUding a • ' ["^
soning and chiUy' indoor
inc
drafts. J*
la rg e room addition. Oui
ur ineffiHi-t<
li-tech ]
■
also reduces comb
mbustioii noise • ^
d e n t furnace should prob
3bably be g ass bboiler
Once chc Christm
itmas holidays A .
replaced and we are cons
m idering P J
The newest gas
I
as boilers
have
-I a r e over, it seemIS
s so
i lo n g till
a boiler system. WUl there
b illli
t e t)e any. gone hi-tech, m
mu(
with
uch like gas
..spring.,T he weather
savings wiih a boiler and
ier cold, the
V a lle y
m
forced-air furnace;
aces. These use
ped al,
jiilights are long and1 the
th roads arc
fo rt much better?
W S m
•.I
condensing h ea
2att exchariger
heat
often bad. On those
C O O K IN G
'
se 1long w inter
-BREI
ENDAIL
P
designs to squeeze
reze out almost
. noftem oons, when 1I am
a s tu ck a t
vB SSi
changer
Y
Dixie Thomas
, e v e ^ last Btu of' heat
he; before the
'(home, I like nothing
DEAR BRENDA: Thee answer
ng b etter th a t
i W M
exhaust
leaves
the
fl
le flue.
The cool
-^baking bread. My mot
Reale
nother used to
M |H |
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exhaust gases are
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multi-pancd windoi
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detailing give c urb
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Camden, a mid-sized
ized home with a
b ri^it and spacious'
)us vaulted great
room. The room by
t front door
sy the
could be used as a home
he
office.
A s ta te ly brick
:k <
column supports th e high arcl
arched portico,
creating a dramatic
nic first impression. M ulti-pancc
ned windows,
cro^s-ned by a brick
ck iarch, cap the
door. Inside, lightU S|
spills into the
h ig h -ce ilin g e d en(
entry through
these windows and
id a sidelight on
the left.
The v a u lte d great
gr«
room is
e<iiially striking. Livi
Living room and
dining room flow together,
to(
while
tlie kitclien is partial
tiaJJy separated
by a long angled coi
counter with a
raised eating bar. Standing
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at the
sink or range, you
c scan the
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great room, or lift
ft jyour gaze to
w atch th e seaso:
isons change
■ through French diwi
JiHirs that open
onto a wide deck.
One largo cupboan
oard is over the
ra n g e. M oro a ree on
0 the wall ,
b e h in d , w h e re an oven and
m icrow ave a r e built
bui into th e
counter and cabinc
lineis. A large
waik in p an try addi
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sw rjpc xpace.
t.^her and dr^-er
are conveniently clos<
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that connect.^
th e k itc h e n to the th ree -c ar
garage. This room1 comes
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outfitted w ith a utilityi si
sink, folding
coimter and plenty.•of cabinets,
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dan' bedrooms.
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d o « ,.
a two-section bathn
.hroom and a
\*aulted sleeping area
arc h e d w indow in
bay-a great location
in fifo ra m n d L
seat.
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'JGTON - The battle of
campaign 2000
201 was never really
sbout Repul
publicans and Demo:he m ore m eaningful
currency off the
tl capital, it was all
about who thi
throws a better party.
“Republici
licans e n te rta in very
d ifferentlyy from
I
D em ocrats,”
says S u s ann Lacz,
:
co-ow ner of
Ridgewell’ss ccaterers, a longtime
fixture in the
thc city’s high-sodety
bashes. “Witi;
'ith Republicans, it’s a
little m orcc e( la b o ra te , a little
morc fancy,
/, a little m ore formal ’
th an with D
D'em ocrats. From a
caterer’s stani
andpoint, it’s tuna tartar vs. tiuia salad."
sa
As the Whii
^ t e House goes from
for the
Dem oaat ttoo Republican
!
first time inn 220 years, the ruling
dass is getting
ting ready for a makeover. Amonj
>ng th e p re d ic tio n s:
M ore state
te d in n e rs (N ancy
Reagan threw
ew about one a month,
m uch moree coften th an H illary
Rodham Cliri
linton), no-nonsense
party-wear (Barbara
(Bi
Bush barred
women’s pants
ntsuits from the White
House) and an onslaught of elaborate soirees fe;
featuring several gencrationsofBus
Jush confidaiues.
“Your dinn
nner p a rtie s will be
formal," prec
rcdicts socialite and
New York exi
executive G eorgette
M osbacher.al
a friend of both Bush
and his father.
er. “And there will be
very tradition;
onal holiday celebrations.”
Washinston
on itself is changing.
The suburbs
IS aarc sprawling ever
fu rth e r while
iie th e G eorgetown^ .
powerful aree bbeing challenged by
Northern Virj
Virginia’s fabulously
wealthy, unde
idcrdressed techies.
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ital still takes on the
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pens
Nancy R eagaa
W hen Jim m y C arter Ie:
le ft in
And, of c ouurrs
s e , along with
19 an d the Reagans move
1981
ved in,
G ^ rg e W. andd L au ra Bush will
the
c
ih d ty w ent from modestt coimcome ... m ore B
Buushes. Ju st like
try
s
t r folk, peanut jokes and1sensith e R ep u bllic;
ic a n
N ational
bl shoes to Hollywood cel
ble
elebriConvention broui
x iught out George
tic
ties, furs and limousines.
and Barbara Busi
lu s h , Florida Gov.
Of course, there are those
se who
J e b Bush an d1 eevi e n hunky 24say
m Washington never reinv
nvents
year-old Bush nephew
nep
George P.
>tJ
itself a ll th a t much. TheI sam
s e
Bush,
lob
lol b y ists and media stars
rs w ill
Among th e lik
likie ly regulars at
f in a l e W hite House invitai
fir
rations
1600 Pennsylvani
rania Avc. will be
now
no as before.
Bush’s sister, Dor
Doro, who lives in
“Sam Donaldson had a pparty
Bethesda, M d, w
wit
ith her husband,
the other night and Dick Chi
thi
aieney
Robert Kt>ch, aIw
wii
in e industry loban
and J o e Lieberman were tl:
there,
byist and D em
looa
cra t. The White
and they greeted each other
an
er and
House also will
II bb e home to the
thi
then im raediatdy went off to sepBushes’ rwin dau g h te rs, Jenna
an
arate rooms,” said Republic:
ication
and Barbara, w
wh<
hen the two are
Buffy.Cafritz,
a leading l i^^ t in
Bu
not away at coUeg<
W
Wiashington society, of a tense
t<
And the leading
in g lights from the
interaction
int
between the rival
alnm Social R e g isteter r in T exas are
nil
ning m ates at a Washington
in dinalre a d y on thl eeii
i r way. N ancy
nnee r p a r ty ju s t before \V ice
Brinker, a DaUas
Has socialite who
President Al Gore conceded
Pri
2d th e
heads the Susan
G. Komen Breast
n G.
pr«
presidential
election. “Let’ss hope
1
Cancer F oundati
la tio n , will m ake
the
the re p u ta tio n George W. Bush
E
h e r W a shington'
o n d e b u t w ith a
has
ha: as a h ea ler worlu, becc
cause
party for th e B
Bus
ush team a t the
we’re
we going to need it."
J o ck e y C lu b ( t ht e y lu n ch on
As
^ governor, Bush was kn<
mown
Nancy ReaganI C
Clhicken Salad),
for h is down-hom e bonhoi
for
om ie,
which is located
1 inin th e same hotd
and
s
an< he is lik d y to bring thatt style
where Democrat
Gore was raised.
It G
totothe ca p ita l - not to mem
tntion
Other likely TTea
exas transplants
Texas petls and Bush “Pionei
Tei
leers"
include Jim Fra
ran
n cis, the Texas
who
c
wh gave generously to the! camPublic Safety Coit
i^mmission choirpai
paign. C a rry in g in a whif:
iff o f
m an, whom Buush
sh is said to be
Texas on his hand-tooled cow
Te)
nvbcv
considering foirr aa law enforceboots,
B ush will be to blam
bot
m e if
ment post in his
£ inistration
i s adm
there
the is a revival of 1980s dressdr
and whose wife,, Debbie,
D<
is one of
up d en im , sticky-fingeredI netup
1
Laura Bush’s best
f
s t friends,
wo:orking o v e r Texas b arblecue
w
c
Leading Republi
ublican entertainand several-gallon cowboy hats.
h
anc
e rs arc lik“leyly to in clu d e
And,
An' if h is p re s id e n t lead:
ids to
Mosbacher, ex-wif<
wife of the senior
the arrival in Washington of
the,
if any - Bush’s form er com
con m erce secremci
mechanical bulls.
tary, and Alma Powell,
P01
organizer
going to see a. big: infuii
, “We’re
“
of K ennedy Ceent
n t e r galas and
sioi
sion of T exas now," says Shi
Iheila
wife of Colin L.
L Pow
I
ell, whom
Tat
Tate, th e public relations’gi
gu m
Bush nominated
d for-secretary
fc
of
anc
and fo rm e r press secretary
ry to
state.
Gettinng the ri|ightdo-itit-yourse
gives up) hornetbase
m a n u lal
i
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1
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like to buy a
good book on doit-yot
•yourself home
repairs and improvem
'ements. Uliat
__ — _ do vou recommend?—
•\NS\VER: A longdr
gdme favonte
is “New Fix-It-Yourse
irself Manual”
(S35 hard cover, Read
eader’s Digest,
1-800-845-2100). A fir;
first-rate’ new
book is “Home Book”
ok" (SW hard
cover. C reative Homi
omcowncr, 1800^31-7795). The bo.
books can be
o rd e re d from th e! pi
publishers.
They are also sold at ssome book.
stores and home cente
m ers and can
be o rd e re d by book
ook dealers.
. ;:New.Fix:It-Yburself
self .Manual"
has more than 3,000
il
0 Uluslrarions
and covers hundreds
eds of topics,
from appliance repair
lair and adhe.
ling and yard
sives to wood staining
:opies of this
tools. M illions of cop
book have been sold,
taai
n d itis o n e
of the best books of its kind avail.
able.
“Home Book,” whic
■hich is subtit i e d “T h e U ltim ate
ne Guide to
vem ents i
R e p a irs, Im prover
M a in te n a n c e ,” also
so has more
than 3.000 illustratio
llions, and it
covers m ore than 300
30( projects
-rojecls a re
s te p by ste p . Proj
arranged in categories
ies that make
them easy to find.. I think
1
this
comprehensive Ixxikk w
will l>ecome
a favorite reference
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homeowners.
Loa Angeles Times_____________
Til
will depend on such fac
actors as
whether th efe a re smoke
•kers and
pets in the household (sini
ince txiih
I H iS |^
nination)
can increase a ir contamii
have resand whetheroccupam s'ht
YOURSELK
piratory p roblem s. Youu should
also
cleaning ai
air ducts
Gene Austin
]whenconsider
moving in to a pre'
reviously
\
occupied
house. Cleaning
ng every
„
j,.
four to eight y e a rs is tyj
ypical, a
P " ? ' lean in g A sso cia tio n , a
spokeswoman
^
for the trad
ade assoM ileerou]
oup, points out th at “conciddonsaid.
®
^loiild beware of air-duct
QUESTION: I am trying
3 ccom p a n ie s‘th a t m ake
S ™ i
covers for two window we
g claims about the health
c my living room. I thi
side
j i iH k X
■
>' duct cleaning - such
of
s
veils con^ waterthat enters these we
re u n s u b s ta n tia ^ /]______^_vtributes to p ro b le m s wi
m t h th e
Iso p o ssible'to rem ove
V
paint in the room. Can you
)u help?
■the airborne contam ip ANSWER: Uncovered v
1window
? “household
j'
air by using
wells that take in water cj
can conhigh<ff.a<
dency filters in central
v
trib u te to s e v e r a l prol
oblem s.
heating an,
and air<onditioning syst
including w et b asem en
snts and
l>y.'
y using e le c tro n ic a ir
ii
peeling
p ain t. W ell cove
vers can
5 in living a re a s , o r by
p
keep
out rain, leaves and
nd other
lh.
k
debris.
The covers also sc
serve as
^
f the air ducts io a home
d
storm windows for the baj
lasement
ivy deposits of mold and
si
windows,
h elp in g keep1hheat in
dtrt,
ming would seem to be a
and.cold air out of the base
semem.
?a. A secondary benefit
a Window-well covers in
stock
>>»2 some im provem ent in
sizes are available a t some
ne home
' " f Sy
gy efficient' of the heatsi
centers.
If
re
ad
y
-m
a
d
e
2<
covers
">Si>ii<lcooooling equipment.
C
i
won’t fit y o u r w e lls, yo
you can
Accordii
ding to th e E n v iro n "
order
custom -m ade cover
ers from
m ental Prc
Protection Agency, air°
Dilworth
M a n u fa c tu rin
ing Co.,
duct cleanit
ning
tj^ically
costs
S450
^
Honey B rook, P a. (1-88:
{88-624*
Sl.OOO, a
I, so it is not a p ro je a to
"
8699).
Dilworth’s well covt
ivas are
be u n d ert:
rta k e n lightly. Hom e^ ade of d u r a b le acryli
m
'lie and
ovmerscan
an
check
iheir
own
duets
range
in
price
from
about
It 555 to
QUESTION: I see many
mi
adver- by removini
in
g
registers
at
strate
^c
about S250 e a c h . S
Sipcciai
ming the air points and
tisem ents for cleanir
jJ
“escape"
covers, whichI ccan be
ducts uf h eating and
nd air condi- nashhght nd
t< using a m irro r and
t
to
look
for
contamina'
opened
from
in
s
id
e
the
le basetioning systems. Is it necessary?
ti
Duct-i
ct
cleaning
contractors
ment, are available if bas'
asement ,
W hat is th e m ost
>
st effective
g e n e rally «
y offer firee estim a te s
™
windows
are n e e d e d for
ir emermethod, and how often
ften should it
inspecti
>ctions.
gency exits.
be done?
C ontraci
a c to rs u s u a lly use
When ordering custom1 icovers
ANSWER; Duct cle:
cleaning can m echanics
from
Dilworth, you will fi
ical m ethods, such as
f
first be
o ffer som e ben e fits
fits, m ainly
b ru sh e s at
given
m ea su rin g instruc
•
jctions.
improvements in the
a quality debris, andan d w hips, to 'lo o s e n
le air
After
you re tu rn th e mea;
^
iasuring
of a home. Dust, mold
jld and other remove it.nd
"] powerful vacuums to
form
to Dilworth, th e con
j
ompany
■ contam inants often1 build
bt
up in
group doest. iThe contractors’ trade
will provide a w ritten price i
L‘S not allow its members
the ducts of heating; and
ar air<on- to use encj
icapsulation, in which
ditioning system s, nnc
and some of debris is co
Raiders'
questions
and
com
jmmcnts
coated with a glue-like
the contam inants can
:an be swept
;nateria] thi
arc wicome and should beesent
t
to
into the living area. Thii
This can pose it in place,that is supposed to hold
Gene A ustin, t h e PhUadc
delphia
a special problem for
t
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:.r those wilh
The trade
Inquirer,
Box 861, Blue-Se
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H ot property
number of aw ards
I r his courage
•ds fo
LOS ANGE
GELES - S t. Louis_________
____
in returning to the
the game. In 1999,
Cardinals outfi
itfielder Eric Davis, a
igg
h e w rote th e au to b io g ra p h y
1980s.
Likened to the greatt (cenform er Dodgi
dger, h a s lis te d jiis ___ teros h it----- J^Born to-Play:-Tl
;-T he-Eric-D avis------ter-fidder-WiUie Mays, Davis
Woodland Hill
lills home at $1.2 mil37
s and
Story.”
37 ]hom ers and had 100 RBIs
1
lion,
50:stolen bases in 1987, when
en he
His Woodland1 H
Hiills home of U
50
Davis, 38, and
an his wife, Sherrie,
alsc
e. H e
years is M ed item
srran ea n in style
also won his Hrst Gold Glove,
want more lan
land and arc look
hit J 0 3 w ith six home runss iand
w ith six b e d ro
rooo m s in 6,600,
hit
to buy a hom
ome on one to
j
40
square feet. Buuilt
ilt in 1979, th e'
40 RBIs in 254 at-bats forr th e
acres in the: West
W
Valley, where
Ca:
N.L.
home, behind g a te
t s, also has a
C a rd in a ls , who won the N
her family live:
ives. Eric and Sherrie
Cen
1,000-square-foot
)o t sports-m edia
Central Division.
Davis have two
wo childrert
D
illion
room , an o ffic
ic e , a n in e-c ar
Davis, w ho made $4.5 mill
Theoutfieldt
:lder, a native of LA.,
this
jency
garage, a pool, sp a,
a a gym and a
this season, filed for free age
dodgers in th e early
in
} ovem b^, and has’said hi
joined the Dot
co u rt. The home
he is
basketball cov
in N
s known as Eric the
thin
also has a family
r
ly room
with two
dunking about retiring.
he
played
w
ith
th
e
d
ason,
large-screen TVs,
when he
s, a b a r and a 400During th e *97 baseball seas
- R e d s - d u r i n g - t h e — Dav
C in c m n ati-R
I'^tle
gallon aquarium.I.
Davis'waged a successful b'ai
ping filteers clean:saves en<
le rg y
K
The Oriando Seni
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Home energy
room - even for■j u s t a minute QUESTION:
'I: I1know that the fil-______ ___
____
ttim off the lights.
Its. If you need a
ters on the heating
hej
and cooling
(jo|,
ve
a
(^esk
lamp or readi
sading lamp, use
loing t h e i r job. If you havt
system ought
;ht to b e c h a n g ed
long
liters
it, b u t d o n ’t I e a v\ e o v erh ead
ong-haired pet, dean the filt<
, every m o n th
h. .'We have friends
oftei
tmily
lights and o th e!tr li
lig h tin g on if
iften. If som eone in your fam
who say they
r
y never
do this and
has
Iters
not needed,
las a lle rg ie s , clean the filtc
their home feel
eels just fine. Is this
ofte
iften. If y o u r area has highfl a; i r .
necessary?
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(h filters are dean, they c
not feel the difference,
difi
and your
kcej
;eep th e a ir deaner.
bills may not: be
be significantly dif£1
ENERGY TIP: Want to sa
ferent from your
yoi neighbors, but
enci
ncrgy a n d low er your pow
you can bet your
yo air is d e a n e r
bilH
lill? L ig h tin g can make a big
t
and your heat
tatin g a n d cooling
s y ste m 'is wor
'o rk in g m o re effidently.
r
Any dme you
rou can hold a fiberglass fihcr up1 and
ai see that dirt is
b locking ligh
ght fro m g e ttin g
th ro u g h it,, iti n e e d s to b e
>
changed or clc:
ilcaned. But ra th e r
“f
than wait for
f;
r filters
to get that
ff?
d irty , changii
ging th em ev e ry
m onth ensure
ires t h a t th e y are
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re different from wom en, let me
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this with you.
P eter, m y significant other,
was involved in a men’sI ocounseling g roup. O n e o f thee topics
aboul which they were to report
back during th eir next m
meetinc
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was “What Women Wanl
nshiDS.”
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lisoisscd
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reading th e “ Women S<
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t e r u n d e r s ta n d in g of
women want. (P retty ing
if you think about itl) ’8™ ““
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explained th a t women ni
feel loved, wanted, beautii
d/uland
needed by their partner. ITWK in
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the only bathroom of our
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putting the finishing toucl
ler if he
my face, and I asked Pele
i t li m e t
thought h e h ad recentl
these qualities in our rcl
ship.
His c le v e r re p ly wj
was: “ I
LOVED you last night. I[ WANTV
ED you to m a k e coffei
Fee th is
morning. You look BEAIT
UTEFUL
today - and I NEED you
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RIGHT
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NOW r M ay I a d d tha
im portant quality women
en need
nship is
from m en in a relations
;es anyHUMOR. H um or m akei
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thing possible - and I thai
Lord th at m y darling ha:
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DEAR CONCERNED: Yes,^ iit’s
bad idea. I know it’s temptii
ting,
u t such a ruse would tw d ^hont
st and potentially traum atiai
ang.
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e r a fa ls e sense of securii
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breakthem ours
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swers the door when
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ng nightmares, but I
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enow how important
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skills
a n d fa irn e ss in making
lg control^als in nam es: I a n d R. During
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ferred to k«u.
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d tli
thyme, crushed
1 icospoon dricxi
1/2 ccospoon saltt
1. In largb skillet
lict, heat oil over
medium-high heat
)
at until
hot. Add
chickcn breasts and
nd cook just until
brown on bojh side;
ides. Season with
■* sait and pepper, ass d£
desinKl. Remove
to plate; set aside.
2. Reduce heat to medium. Add
onion iind (^een pepper
pcf
to skillet;
cook and stir for 5 to
t( 6 minutes or
urtlil pepper is oispisp-tender. Stir in
chcrries.
3. In small bowl,1, combinc
o
honey,
vinegar, cornstarch,
1, ti
thyme and salt;
mix until blended and
anc corTistarch is
dissolved.
4. Grailually ?ddJ to
tc skillet; cook,
stirring, until liquid
ii skillet .thickd in
ens. Reduce heat: to low. Return
chicken to pan, cover
vcT and cook 5 to
• 8 minules or until chic
±icken is cookcd
througli.
Nutrition informatia
ItionpcrscTvingprotein: 27g; total fat: 6g; saturated
fat: Ik: carbohydrate:
te: 24g; fiber: lg;
sodium: 332mg; chok
lolcstcrol: 73mg;
calorits: 263
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F R U IT AND H O N EJY
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Serves 6
2Jonagold or Gold
olden Delicious
apples, peeled, cored,
c
d,chopped
2 tablespoons honey
iey
1/2 teaspoon ground
nd cinnamon
ter
2 tablespoons butter
1 can (16 1/2 ounces
ices) sweet cher'ries, drained
3 eggs
1 cup reduced-fat (2 1percent) milk
• 3/4 cup all-purpose
c fli
flour
1/3 cup lioney
1 teaspoon vanillaI ex.
tv t r a c i
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons sliccd
.■d aalmonds
^
1. Heat
He oven to 375 F. In small!1
bowl,, combine
cb
apples, 2 tablespoonss
honey/ aand dnnamon; muc well and1
ade.
set aside
2. Pla<
Place butter in 2^uort shallow'I
baking
]
lg pan;
placc in oven to melt,
Remove
ove from oven; spoon apple2
mixture
jre over butter in pan. Add1
cherries,
tes, distributing evenly.
3. In
1
'n blender
or food processorr
containe
iner, combinc eggs, milk, flour,,
1/3 cup
up honey, vanilla and salt;;
process
ss until smooth. Pour evenly
over frui
ruit in pan.
4. Bal
3ake 15 minutes. S prinkle
almonds
ids evenly over top. Retum to
oven; bal
bake 10 to 15 minutes or until
custard
i set. Remove from oven;
•d is
cool sligi
lightly on wire rack. Drizzle
with hon
loney or dust with powdered
sugar before
bef serving.
/Vutriti'i
ritibn information per servingprotein:
i totalfat:5g:saniratcdfat:
V 8g:
I g: cartx
irbohydmtc: 110 g; fiber: 2 g;
sodium:
i mg: cholcstewl: 110 mg; .
V 80
v300s- ; *
calorits:
3
PORJRK TENDERLOIN WITH
HONE
VEY ROASTED CARROTS
AND APPLES
es4
Serves
1/4 cup
up cider vinegar
3 tables
jlespoons honey
>lespoon olive oil
1 tables
2 teasp
sspoons coarse grain Dijonstyle must
ustard
5 medi
:dium carrots, peeled and
. thickly sli<
sliccd
•gc red onion, cut in thick
1 large
wedges.
1 pound
md pork tenderioin '
aspoon dried rosemary,
1 teas]
cnished
1/2 teasj
aspoon dried sage
1112 teeaspoon
a:
each salt and pep-
1 teaspoon salt
2 packages yeast
1/2 cup sugar
2 eggs
1 1/2 cups butter
4 1/2 cups flour
P lace the pow dei
d e re d m ilk,
y east, sait a n d ju ggaa: r im p the
■lukewarm water and
;
id allow
it to
work. Then add theI egga,
ej
butter
and flour and e ithter
e r knead or
mix with your breadI hook
he
until it
is smooth and elastic. A
Allow t
0 raise for 2 hours. Pu
Punch down
and allow to ra ise an o th e r 1/2
hour. Divide in 4 e2qual
qt
pieccs
. ■ and roll each out as thin
tW as possi■. ble and place on a light
ghtly greased
cookie sheet. Place 1/4 of the fill-
per
2 Fujiii oor Granny Smith medium
ing on top
op of each thin bread and
bake at 35
3S0 degrees for 30 to 45
m inutes.
s. 'Watch it closely. T he
pastry will
vill turn a golden brown
when it is
iscdone.
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apples, peeled, cored oni
m d c u tin linch chunks or sUccs
1. Heat oven to 425 F. laasznoU
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attack: Chectos lovers,,
bowl, whisk together
er vinegar,
prepare for
TT ai crunch. Supplies of
honey,, oil a n d mustard
rd. In larse - ■
roasting pan, mix carrots
ts nnd onion
with half of th e honey
sy mixture.
Placc tenderloin in cent
inter of pan
and tum to coat with honey
hi
mbcture. Rub rosemary andIsage
st on surface of meat. Sprinkle sal:
3ilt and pepper over pork and vegetal
ablcs. Roast
15 minutes.
2. Remove pan from ov
oven. Stir in
■ I
apples and rem aining he
ture. Roast, stirring once
minutes or until meat the:
hcrmomcter
registers 160 F. Let porkk rest, slice
and arranm on serving platter;
pl
surround with roasted vegeti
etables and
apples.
A^iifririon information pci
po-aanng—
pntein: 34g; total fa v lOg;
5s; saftinJfcrf
fat: 2g: carbohydrate: 46g;
ift- fiber 7g;
462 mg: cholcster
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calorics: 402
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GSI womeen look to
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TWIN FALLS - The College
o
leof
s o)uthem
lj
Idaho women’s basket
iketballi
ill team is looking to rediscove
over
«lf in tem perate Ariiona.
CSI is one of foiu- teams compet
ipetg in the Roughrider Wells Farac
argo
aa ic, a three-day toumameni
lent
igmning Thursday in Prescott
:ott,
riz. T h e G olden Eagles (8-2'
B-2)
" i™ P -
a
«
-F kx-i
■x-nmeBritish
OpenAn
hampion Tom
I fatsononTtgr
e
Woods
T
___
open against host Ya
favapai College
(7-3) at 6 pjn.
On F riday, Sout
u th e rn Idaho
plays S cenic We
^est A thletic
C onference riv alll C ollege of
E aste rn U tah (8-2
1-2 ) a t 2 p.m.
before finishing aga
gainst Division
n G ogebic Collef
eg e (6.5) on
Saturday,
CSX coach Kendi
d all G rant is
hopeful the Eagless ican rebound
from their first lossc
ses of the sea-
o
II]n s i d e
Scores
res {end stats . . . . D 3
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nsafuor: JeffRosfn, 7^5-322i
dnesday, December
cr 27, 2000
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Scction D
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“ W ins are
art im portant (this
Gram said. “Bui mosi
important is leaming
1
how to pla\
When: Dcc. 28-3
>8-30
J
wilh each oth(
otheragiiin.”
Where: Yavapai
(
jai College.
Prescon. Ari:.
?
After cruisi
•uising througli the preRadio: KEZX 145
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season unscatl
Jcathed at 8-0 and climl)ing as high
igh as sec'ond in thu
Sche
chedule:
NJCAA natic
ational poll, the team
Dcc. 28 vs. 7-3 Yavapai (6 p.m.)
suffered
a
dou
double
blow when leadDec. 29 vs, 8-2! Eastern
Ea
Utah {2 p.m.)
ing
rebounde
inder Erika Empey. a
Dec. 30 vs. 5-5 GogcOic.
Gog
Mich. (2 p.m.)
sophomore,J, quit
qi the team, and (>•
CSI
probab
lable
starters:
p
foat-3 freshr
:shman post Belindii
rpg P- 6-1 soph. Trisha GarcJirKf
( ppg.
• , fr.‘ Elisha Boom (13.7 ppg, 7.4• rpg>.
:f (6.1
■ Stubbs wassstispended
stu
for thc sc.ipg), W- 5-10 soph. Natalia Kortisov
isova (5.4 ppg, 2.9 rpg). G- S8 sopI
oph, Jinga
sen.
Chalk (11.9 ppg. 4.6rpgKG-5-4s(
A soph. Tonya Phillips {3.2 ppg, 2,C
2.0 opg)
The loss: of Empey and Stubbs
'----- :----showed in the
tht coach’s untimely,
often rouglih substitution
su
son Dec.
patterns.
:c. 8-9 against Salt L akei
V alley S ta te - losse
ses which
Commun
u nity College and U tah1
opened conference play.
yP
U see CSI. Page D2
Please
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Q iiE s n o N :
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average more than
tha two points a
g am eforacarec ■
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T oday ’s SCHEDULE
sc
High school boy
xiy^ basketball
JEW YORK - Tiger Woods>was
w a repeat
m er T u esd a y as The Associi
ociated P ress
J
le A thlete of the Year. Like som
so i anyofhis
m
izing victories, it was no contesi
itest.
■
resh off his incredible season
on <
of nine vie*
Girls' h l ^ schoi
tiool basketball
to ri«
ies, t h r e e s tra ig h t m ajors,
s, tth e ca ree r
C h ristm a s T
Toi
o u rn a m en t a t • Grand
nd Slam and shots that had1 to be seen to
J
Shoshone, 6 pjn.
1.
be beli
jelieved. Woods joined Michae
hael Jordan as
----------------------- the on only three-tim e winner of the AP award
since
e il
it b e ^ in 1931.
I n b r ie f
H ee ireceived 47 first-place vote
/otes and 160
points
Its from sponswriters and broa.
roadcasters to
ly d e fe a t back-to-back Tour
ur ide France
ier Lance Armstrong,
oods becam e the sixth player
pfer to win the
rd in consecudve years. Thee oi
others were
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SALT LAKE•- C
CITY - U ta h
tennisi
is great Don Budge, golfer Byr
Byron Nelson,
I H K o a c h R on McBric
Bride, who fire d
track:k ;s t a r C a rl Lew is, q u a rte
r ack Joe
te rb
I
coach and ha
had two o th ers
Montar
tana and Jordan, who won it three
tJ
years
' I^W esign from his sta
staff this m onth,
in a rov
row.
C h ire d t h r e e ;ie
*umbUng,"..Woods»said.
sa
_____ :
“It’s a ..
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ence of such
g
Rob S pence replaces
rei
offengreatt names.
n
I didn’t realize that
J
It Jordan
was
■jg sive coordinator
‘
or Tommy
L ee,
theonlj
inly other three-dme winner.”
D who resigned. Spe
Spence held th e
In a sport
s
w here two strokes is cconsidered
H sam e job a t Louisia
isiana Tech.
^ comfc
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won th e U ^ .
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Open
n by IS s tro k e s , a Woi
tVorld Golf
H p lay e r and gradut
duate ass is ta n t
Champ
npionship by 11, the British
ish Open by
B coach, will roundd oout the offenar two other tournaments
and
IS bby a t least
n sive staff. Gerke! wj
strokes.
will be respon'" “ stn
S sible for offensive
TOS a year in which he kept
ive tackles an d
It waj
>t nraising the
H guards. H e coache
Uld
sailing
over
i
t
The
highwr
ched th e offener tdie expec'
S sive line a t CalI Poly-San
P<
L uis
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S Obispo last year. —
e sstraight wins on the PGA Toi
Tour piqued
K
Bill Busch was>hired
hi
ion’s interest. Then, Woods mad
to coach
ahation
nade it six in
j S safeties. Busch spent
spi
th e p a s t
an jw' by
b; coming from seven stroke
okes behind
O fo u r y e a rs as New
N<
h e final seven holes at Pebble
lie IBeach.
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P ) State’s secondary co
is challenged history and whip
shipped that
'ay h e did th e rest of the fiel
field - a 15; B B K Softball Pitcli
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; victoiy, th e lai^est margin
ir the 140
n in
L3-14
years of m ajor championship
j H Clinic Is Jan. 13-:
ga 12-under
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broke par.
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Clinic w lirb e'
by eight strokes, set anothe
ther
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fo g ra d e s 9.
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ider 269 and
once s e t foot in any of the
The clinic willI fc
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focus on th e
J ^ r s rs
' ^ at St. Andrews,
fu n d a m e n t a l s of ol s o f t b a l l
ijors a t the
p i t c h i n g a n dn eme(
c h a n ic s o f
pp.A m
,uade it th re e straight major
the firs t p layer since Ben H
Hogan
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and
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old storii
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lusted, averC o lle g e co a chKelly
Kel O sb u rn
age of 68.17.
68
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i
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par J j H j j j j j j ^ K
w ill c o n d u c t h eth se e s s io n s .
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lay 7.
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isatitio n
is
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season he
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ning .three
T1<ei WoodsI nreceived the Associated Press
R J a n . 6 and S30 after
ss Male Athlete of the Year awa
award Tuesday for the third time,
le. Wtth en unmatched seasonn of
of nine victories,
Sit under his belt, there was
K
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t t ool
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level.” said1 Lem
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have to be pati<
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p HOUSTON - Texas Tech1 and
East Carolina will offer pass-i
s-procrofQckget back to thei
ins tonight, and not even
*»egins
le top of my game.”
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attacks in the gallervl
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all
four
gamej
cxpect
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at to prethat convenieni
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ieux returns to the
irs t bowl gam e p layed in1 the
i
ently begins tonight,
,
^
r a 3.S-year retirem ent,
,
and they have
e since 1987.
ve m ore media ere^^trodom
ti
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will
dentid
request:
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some
star
power
to
what
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s ts for the comeback
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year
how up to give th e first-y<
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e
and Wayne Gretzl^ quit
playoff
bow
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t e
and
C
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game.
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cro)
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row ded p o s ts e a s o n see
Howe
renounced their retin
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lum p in g
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rem.
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seen.
after a short time to return
p ^ g u iia
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scoring 4-5 points a
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Lemieux*!
night" ahd eve
toe’s return would be dra- . NHL,
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dviitually unprecedented ubaseball stars spent years: B
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spor
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ponsor Jim M clngvale expe<
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War
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and
die
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up,
les
lere wasn't the added ele> l
lest they be disapa ao
ving
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before
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more NBA titles.
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said. “ I th in k 40
40,000 w ould
e x c ee d m y w ilde
Idest ex p e ctations."
That might bes a stretch
j
s:nce
»c}’ w eather threate
eatened to sock
Tech fans from Wes
West Texas and
East C arolina fans
'ans purchased
only ab o u t 3,000
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^
Motor City Bowl
in the si
snow
Cinci
Inclnnoti {7- 4}
PONTIAC. Mic
Mich. (AP) - Sure,
there’s some 2 feet
fee of snow on the
RTound and it's considered
coi
warm if
the thernlomcter
Iter approaches 30
deerces.
But that hasn’t
c
11 cooled
the cxatement that Cindna
innati and Marshall
have for playing
g ir
in the Motor City
Bowl.
“Wc can have
ve fun no m atter
where we're at,” iMarshall senior
receiver Nate Poole
Po'
said. “Why
complain when you
yot have a chance
to play another fooi
footbal] game? And
you can’t ioiock this
thi bowl until you
experience it."
Poole and thei Thundering
Tl
Herd
(7-5) would know.
Marshall is the
c
le only
school that
(7-5)
vs.i. Manhall
K
xlay. ESPN 2 p.m, (ESPN)
__
I------hass represented
n:
the Mid-American
Confe
nference in the short history^of
the Motor
M
City Bowl,
I t lost
Ii to Mississippi by th ree
points
nts in 1997 and won e a ^ y the
pastt>
t two years.
The
h e Motor City Bowl and th. e
MAC
iC will discuss their contract
^
after
a- tthis game to explore options
fo r selecting
sc
teams fo r fu tu re
bowls,
/Is. Now the bid a u to im tic ^‘,j®
y
goess to
t the winner of th e MACy
champ
mpionship game, regardless of
the team's
tea
record.
This
his season, Toledo finished 10-1
^
and W
Western Michigan, which lost
to M a n h a llin the ct
d ampionship
game, was 9-3.
■Hie Bearcats (7-4)'d
I'didnt have to
bc the cham pions of
of Conference
USA to go to the Moti
otoratyB ovd,
but they chose to bc
be here w hen
they could've playedlin
L the Mobile
Alabama Bowl or the
le galletyfumiture.com Bowl in Hous
ustoa
"We couldVe gonee ito two other
bowls in w anner glim
imates against
biggcr-conference tean
am s,likeaBig
12 team," Cincinnati
Iti roach Rick
Minter said. “But we ddiosetocome
here. n » s e other bow
nvls are about
the same, there’s not a nickel bit of
difference payout-wis
rise (5750,000
per team). W e deddi
ided, let’s go
where our fans can go
}o while we're
trying to build our tn
tradition as a
progrim.”
In October, it didn'
In’t look lik e
c ith er C in c in n ati ot
o r M arshall
would be in any bowl g:
game.
The B earcats were
:e 3 ^ before
winning their last fours
rgamcs.
.
“Our b ac k s w ere! to
t the w all
r - - S P O FR T S I N B RR I E F — j
- .1
Ponnie Nelson tc
to coach Dallas In ather’8 absence
after, that
hat s t m and o u r defense
.
D A lL A S -W h en EDon Nelson leaves tbe Dalla
said, ’Get
»€t on our-backs,*” M interI
>allas Mavericks next
.
for treatment ol
of his prostate cancer, son
said. “We
n D
Donnie will b e the
iVe had 20 takeavrays 6^
■team’s coach, not D dS
IHairis.
th a t unit
n it during t h e l a s t four‘
H
arris,
w*o
won
55
gamesanc
556
gam
es
in
l^
p
lu
s
season
and that’s what r e a ^ gave
son as an NBA head
coach for three differe
us the opp
rent teams, dedded diat heewas
wt better suited to
ipportunity to be here.”
I.
continue in the role for
ft -vrtiich he was hired: an
‘HicTht
an assistant
a
rhundering Iferd started 2<
coach in
4,whkhin
charuoftheM averidc
des* defense.
1 indudfd a loss to WestemJ
Michigan
5
“It's
a
great
system,
I
an on Oct. S. T h a t^ a m e
I, but I/o u n d it to be a system
em Idifferent from die
m arked
tl end of th e nation’sJ .
■way my instincts are,"
I the
,” Harris said. “I think I mnif«
Ulke a good helper in
longest home
ha winning streak at 33i
. die astern . In this situi
tuation, I thought it better for
for the team to keep
games.
doing it the way woYee doing
d
it here.”
Morshall
!iall won four of its last five•
w hile Donnie Nelsoi
son has never been an NBA
h
IA
head
coach, other
regular-set
4cason games an d cappedI
dian replacing his fathi
ther foUowing ejections and
iU
d iUnesses,
he knows
the tuman
lannind with a 19-14 comethe system. He has bee
een an assistant coach for his
his fother
1
nine years,
from-behi
shind win o v er W estemI
the last two in Dallas, ai
and also serves as d i r e ^ of player
F
personnel
M ichigan
an in th e MAC champi*• '■
Donnie Nelson has
IS coached sum m er leagues
lies and Lithuania's
on ^ p g am
3me.
Olympic team, wWchI w
w m die bronze medal in Sydney
Syt
after neariy
While' Marshall
M
is playing in its
upsetting the United St3
StatesinasemifinaL
fourth stra
traight bowl, C indnnati is
The e ld e r Nelson will
w leave the team foUowir
nving
a home game
playing in its first since 1997 and
.
against
Detroit
next
W
<
IVednesday
for
an
operation
ii
3n in Salt Lake Gty. ’
ju n its seco
econd since 1951.
Donnie’s debut ^ coi
nm e during a five'game road
•oad trip that begins
“It's all
all about p e rs p e c tiv e ,"
Jan. S at Toronto.
Minter said
aid. “Our guys a r e hungry
After
surgery,
Don
1
1
Nelson
faces
a
recuperatio
to be here
ation tim e of 6-to-8
jre, so we’re looking for*
weeks, a time when the:
le Mavericks wiQ play 20-r>-26
|
ward to this.
thi We're not a ll disap^26 games.
pointed.We’re
Wt thrilled to b e here."
Georgia names R
Rlcht as new head coach
co
Sixer:rs keep>their guuards up0 to beaiItJazz
SALT LAKE OT
CITY (AP)- Aaron
w inss behind
I
Toronto’s Lenny
‘y
McKie stepped inn for
fc injured Allen
Wilker
cens (1,192) and Miami’s Pat
h crson, sconng: a season-high
;
24
Riley (1,012).
(1
points as the Phila
„
hiladelphia 76ers
Brem
ent Barry added 20 points for
beat the Utah Jazz
a n 97-91 Tuesday
Seattle,
lie.
■ ■- night, ending
en
a 12-year
N BA losing stri
streak in Utah.
H o mlets
d 115, Cavaliers n o
Iversor
■son partially dis.
iARLOTTE. N.C. - J am alil
locatcd
h right should his
ib u m scored eight of his 277
der in Friday’s gan
game against the
s
in overtime Tuesday night as
New York Knicks
aj will mis. I.
is
3 a„d
-h a rlo tte Hornets b ea t th e
to-3 weeks.
eland Cavaliers 115-110 forr
But the Sixers made
mt
up for the
Clevela
seventh
consccutive
win.
loss of Iverson’s fla.^
la.shy scoring with
e Hornets have the longer cura solid 56 percent: shi
shooting through
\-inning streak in the NBA and
tliree quan CR.
wonllstraightathome.
John Stockton led thQ Jazz wilh
I '™ ™
19 points and 12 assists
a&
but Utah
.
------------was doomed by 45
1
tSpehrCTt
shoot- — rJStOfK
>nsl01,C eW cs96------- _
ing and a 3C-29 rebc
cbounding disadAUBl
BURN HILLS, M idt - Jerryf
vantage.
Stackhot
house had 33 points and seveni
assistss as
a the Detroit Pistons overMavs 114, Supeh
»rSO flICS93
came a season-high 29 turnovers,,
ling 10 in the fourth quarter.
DALLAS-Michad
a dF i,Joysco.«i
Smith added 20 points andI
38 points, induding;
as 27 in the first
ebounds and Ben Wallace had
half, as tlie Dallas maile
ma coach Don
I
lointsand 16 rebounds for tbe
Ncl»n the third win
«inninsest coach
s.
in NB^\ hlnory.
oine Walki r lod Boston with,
With his 945th viciory,
vi(
Nelsoti
Antoin
nts. Paul I lerce added 19 and1
moved into third placi
ilace for coaching
}artic 18.
ts 95
Spure 103, Rockets
SAN AN TO N IO - Antonii.
Daniels scored a care
reer-high26
points, induding 14 inn th
i e second
half, and h a d 10 assi:
sists as San
Antonio won for the fifth
’th time in six
games.
Tim Duncan had 20- ]
13 rebounds, and David
Jd RobinsOT
added 17 points and 12
12 rebounds
for the Spurs. D erekIC ,Anderson
scored 11 points.
,
Hawks 81, N ets 76>
EAST RUTHERFOB
)RD, N.J. Jason Terry scorcd nine
n e o th is lS
points in th e fin al 2;2;
Atlanta to its fourth stra
ly.
Dikembe M utomb
grabbed a season-high 28
added 12 points and five
the Hawks.
Bucks 89, M agic 77y'
M ILW AUKEE - Ra A llen
scored 25 points and hi
hit four 3pointers in th e fourth qquarter as
M ilw aukee w on it;
its th ird
straight.
McGrady Jed th e Magic
) points
a n d D a rre ll
'
lg added 20.
A™stronga
«
. '
T-WOlveS
1 RaptofS 97
9100,
MINNEA
EAPOUS - T errell
B randon scored
sc
24 p o in ts and
Kevin Gai
Barnett a d d e d 22 as
Minnesota
i
ta snapped
a four-game
losing streak
sak.
Vince Cai
^ e r scored 32 points,
indudingII11in the fourth quarter,
fortheRaptc
ptots.
ATHENS, Ga.-B y day,
da MaHc R idit is the offensh
»isive coonlinator at Florida State, at least for
fo another week. At night,t, he’ll
he get started on
h is n e w jo b -( fc o i^ ccoadi.
a
Ridit formally accept
pted his first head coadiing
lg pposition Tuesday, ;
taking over a program1lhat
tl
Sred Jim Donnan d e^ ^t te a 40-19 record
and four s t r a i ^ t bowl victories.
vi<
G e o r ^ athletic direa
Wor Vince Dooley allowedI Ricin
Rit to remain on
Bobby Bowden’s staff un
until after the Jan. 3 Orange
ge B
Bowl, when N a 3
Florida State meets top<
W inked Oklahoma.
A 1982 graduate of Mi
VGami, where he was a badoip
Snip quarterbadc to
Jim K ^ , Richt joinedd the
I
Florida State staff three
tree years later. His
tenure was intenupted1 by
I a one-year break in 1989
989 when he served .
as East Carolina’s offensi
isive coordinawr.
Hornets activate) Coleman
i
from Injury
jry list
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Forward Derrick Colemai
man, sidelined for
nearly sue weeks, was acti
ctivated Tuesday by the C3iaric
lariotte Hornets.
Coleman was placedI on
c the injured list Nov. 18 Ibecause he was
overweight and out of sha
hape. He had missed the entin
ntire preseason and
Nuggets'109,
11 Clippers 1 08
- the first four games off the
t regular season because (rf an irregular
..............
ER '=-N ick~V an 'E x e l ~ ' - heartbeat
Before being deactivatt
ited, Coleman played six wmo
up an d f r e e th ro w
ames, averaging 85
points, 6 3 rebounds andl
d 1.17 blodcs.
'e s c c o n d s r t m a i n To make room for Coli
oleman, forward Eddie Robin
I A n to n io M c D y e s s
)binson was placed
on the injured list with aBbruised
I
taUbone.
i p o in ts a n d
12
?ebou„^d=s.
s.
T he Denvi
nver Nuggets b e a t the
Seven Olympians Jc
Join U5. Women's Nat
National Team
L os Angele
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CHICAGO - Seven pU
players from th e U.S. Olymp
mipic soccer team
Tuesday nig
light.
were named to die U5. Women’s
W
National Team on
Ti
n Tuesday,
V oshonI 1L enard a d d e d 18
Tiffeny M ilbrett, Chri
iristie Pearce, Kate Sobrero,
points and1 Raef
R
ero, Siri MuUinix,
LaFrentz had 16
Michelle French, Lornei IFair and Nikki Serienga ^will t e among the' ,
p o in ts and
nd 10 r e b o u n d s for
ISmember U 5. national
II team traveUng to China in mid-January
1
Nuggets.
to
face that country’s powerf
3fu l national team.
The six Olympic veten
erans give the national team
ram experience in
____international play, said co;
a>ach AprilHeinrichs_______
The remainder of thei team
t
is m ade up of five coll
collegiate players
and six players \siio were
re high picks in the recentt Women’s
Wi
United
Soccer Assodation plajw
3-d1 raft
New Mexico.
».
The veteran players, aU under the age of 24 except
cept Milbrett, wUl
T he reco
:cord is 24,597 at
lead the firrt trip hy an An
l e r i c a n team to China since
ice 11998.
Tennessee, against
as
Connecticut in
1998.
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a ro u n d 46,01
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yed host to basketball
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ed offense,-led-by-----Tiursday - will b e the
8,
8,000
to 10,000 fans to lastt year’s
\
j u n i o r q u a rte r b a c k D a v id
irst' football gam e, the
W
Garrard,
Mobile A l a b a i Bowl.
fi”
BowL
InsightcomBo
S till, M cln g v ale thinks
k s th e
“I t ’s going to be a big chal*
State said it knew of no
at
Arizona Stat
absence of th e Bluebonnett Bowl,
1
lenge," Garrard
:
ird said.
“We have ,
o th e r coUege
!ge basketball gam es
w
im e in
to step up andd pi
which p layed its last garr
play like it’s our
played outdooi
loors.
IS
1987, will h av e fans hungiy
y fo ra
last game. It is the
tl last gam e of
If it rains,, no problem. Thestadibc game.
bowl
the season but;t we’ve
wi
got to play
um has a mova
ovable roof that can be
“Houston is a football town,”
to
like it’s the last
st g:
game you’ll play'
dosed,
M
Mclngvale s a id “We haveelDeen
1
in your Ufe
“It’s pretty
ty ^1 o s e d , so I don’t
wi
w ith o u t th e N FL fo r sev
s v e ra l
E a s t CaroUna'
ina’s defense will
th in k we’ll ha
have to worry about
ye
years
now, a n d it's comingI Iback,
bave a big
lig ]problem s w ith
th e wind affec
fecting shots,” T u m er
Tl coUege bowl game iss com*
The
<
T e c h ’s pass-orie
irie n te d offense,
Thom e said.
inj back.”
ing
K ingsbury was
as t;quick to g ra sp
No. 7
th e offense L ead
Texas T ech (7*5), the N
;ach brought from
tei
team
from th e Big 12, andd East
O klahom a th a t 1h elp e d propel
__________ .
Cta ro lin a (7*4), C onferei
C
•ence*
th e S ooners intc
into th e n atio n al
UJ
USA’s third-place team, ex
jxpect . spotlight
h is th ree stra
traight m ajors w e re
totoput on a good show regorc
ir^ ess
“W e may come
Jme in w ith a dif*
indeed someth
sthing spedal.
ofweather or attendance.
of
f e r e n t n o tio>n
n bI u t t h e b a ll
“The reason
>on is, they're played
' you are th e first anytl
“If
yihing
a lw a y s e n d si uU|p in th e a i r
o n th re e ddif
iffe re n t t y p e s of
i t’s
’i ex c itin g ,” Tech first: yj e a r
a b o u t SO timiees,
it
s ," K in g s b u ry
venues, three
ee different settings,
coi Mike Leach said.
s a i d . “M y a rrm
m ’s
’; b e e n t i r e d
coach
' three differing
iig feelings, th ree dif*
]
Both
team s o ffer poienti
itially
s in c e ab o u t th
e e ig h th g am e
[he
f e r e n t every
ry th in g ,” h e s a id .
hit
high-scoring offenses with Tech
1
b u t y o u c amn ’t c o m p la in .
“Winning a major
ma in and of itself
ie(d by q u a r te r b a c k K liff
le
G r o w in g u p ,, yyto u d re a m , of,
is so difficult,
i
t. And
when you fack |]
Kingsbury
an d East CaroUi
lUna’s
throw ing that much.”
mu
t o r in the pre
Jressures of p e o p le
coming at you
3U on Sunday, c a re o ' r —
G ran d Slam,
a of those, I t’s a
I, all
pre tty impressi
« iv e feat.”
,
_JBask(:etbalLi^underthhewaifiTideseirt-sky—
ill's Arizona Diamondbada.
yUl be outdoors, under the
in the cool of a d e s e rt
g lg ”in what is believed to be
«t college basketball game
t o r i p i t o f f o0 1u t d o o r s
? « e /‘J layed
ii
in the open air. The
will be the largest ever for
PHOENIX (AP) - A^ a State
"
zona State game and could
coach Charli Turner
largest for a women’s bas­
looking for a way'?to; S a 7 a l t ™ '
il gam e west of th e
tion to her women's
ippi River. - — ...............-— ........ program. •
•also will be contributing to
Then she heardI an
a idea that
j: Some of the proceeds will
intrigued her. You're
i r e m Arizona.
u#. Hon-,
n a te d to breast c a n c c r
Wliy don’t jx)u pbyagaj
igamcouldoon? •
Jl TV talk-show host Rosie
“Nobody liked it
II c
except me."
oDomiell
lell is the game’s honorary
Turner Thome said,
Id, laughing at
ivoman. _
the memory.
Jly, there's no downside to
liventuaily, she
le convinced
i t ” T ^Tier
e Thome said. “It’s kind
enougli other people
t
le Ihe idea had
^ j ,™
ivid-and-Goliath situation
merit and now, three
ee years later,
tor us.sosowe have nothing to lose,
it’s going to happen.L A
Arizona Slate
w e 're ra
raiisin g jh e aw areness of
will play No. 2 Tenne:
i n e ^ e loniglit
)
’s baskelFall, we're raising
at Bank One Ballpar
park, home ot
for breast<ancer research
A r i z o n a S t a tr e ,
“
T e n n e s s e e; . w
\ o m en
S
and it's a fun event.”
Tennessee coach PatIt ISummitt
was drawn to th e ideaa iof doing
something different beca
cause, let’s
face it, the Lady "Vols1ccenainly
don’t need the piiblidty.y. S ^ t t
is one of the gam e’s bes
and most-successful coaci
t
1
her temns have won sue,
»nauonal
championships.
- -Tf we’re playing in an
m outdoor
facility, t h a t ’s a firs t for
i us.”
Summitt said. “W e're alwi
ways looking for o p p o rtu n itie si th
t at a re
unique and special for our
Lir student*
athletes and our program,
m, and we
cenainly fd t this would be
be."
More than 15,000 ticke
kets have
been sold, exuuring thatIt Arizona
State will b re a k its atte
tendance
record of 5,271 a n d the
le Pac-10
record of 9,783. The larges
{est crowd
for a women’s gam e in the
le western
half of the country was 18,018
11
at
Tiger _
Continued from Dl
straight m ajors and
nd more than
half of all th e tourn
irnam ents he
played. Woods replie
ilied, “On the
fir.st day of the year.”
“My goal is to go out
om tJiere and
win every tim e ," he said.
“Obviously, it’s not going
go.
to happen. bm my goal iss to
t< compete
and win everything.
(}. I did think
this was possible. And
nd I think it’s
e,"
possible in the future,"
Woods transcended
ied his sport
like few/ oi
others. His name alone Tiger - became
be
a new definition
level of perforfor th e highest
hi
in spons, pohtics and on
m a n c e--ir
■eet.
WaU Stree
s does
things like no one
Woods
c
else, andd not
n just some of the outhe produces a t
ra g e o uss shots
s
of the
th most crudal times in
ients.
tournamer
;came the first player to
He beca
finish und«
nder par in every toumaand he-has not
»nent h e; played,
p
1
finished
over p a r since tl
the 1999
B1 ritish Open a t C arnou
oustie, a
s
streak
of 25 s ta rts ; HisIS record
!
streak
of 47 rounds at par
arorbet*
{ induded three majors,
ter
■s, and he
\
went
64 holes in a m ajorr champic
t
onships
without making a Ibogey.
“Cut him open and n iI ttell you
v
w hat you’ll fin d - a bui
•unch o f
wVires and le v e rs , andd a big
li
heart,"
Rocco M etiiate said
lid.
Typically h o h u m about
ut every*
r
thing
he does, W oods adi
idmitted
Bowl___
wn
CSI___
Continued from Dl
some fast«
ster-tem po basketball,
ft
foot-0)
and Trisha Gardiner
sr(6-l).
and in the players’ adji
idjustment to
work on our
ou passing and work on
“Their w eakness of coi
ourse is
the new-l()ok team. The
Tie result was
(ourselves),
is).
tl
their
(interior) defense,"," Grant
il double-digit disp
lisparity in
"TJiere: arc
ai a lot of positives for ■ .said.
m “If we can get the ball:
II inside,
rebounding in the two0 ddefeats.
the trip thai
hat we can build off of.”
tl we'll score."
then
Yet Cram was happy
'avapai is first up for the
5py about the
Host Yav
But G rant k n o w s op
ipening
team's final pre-Christ
ristmas pracGolden Eag
iagles. Although the Lady
aj
against the toum am ent host
tices Dec. 13-15.
R oughridc
id ers are small ( th e ir
lo to perennial power and
lost
“We ended up with1 three
th
pretty
tallest play
!ayer is 5-10), Grant said
C
C entral A rizona by only
good days of practice,"
(
,’’ Grant
said.
they are extremdy
exi
quick, scrappy
p^
points,
it’ll be a rude wdcon
"We’ve been pushingg the
il ball up
rnt on offense.
and patient
mt iaid.
"They're scrappy,” Grani
the court. Now it’s just
st a mailer of
“They like
lii to pass, pass, pass
“1
t’ll h#. n
“They’re
beatable, but it’ll
• making sure everyone
i comfortle is
Jhe b a ll bn
bi offense," he said .
to
“ “ “
tough game."
“They ry
try to w ear your zone
able with eadw iher."”
3 inameDay 2 sees CSI fadng its
■lliotigli Gran cxpects
Vi tlto return to
defense down
doi with their passing
sa Eastern Utah, which r
sake
the win colum i this weekend,
wei
he
and ball reversal
re^
before working
' K
aatt the CSI Coca-Cola Clas
Lsji’t ;is concern -d alxnit
v
Nl
ut victories
as
it in for a good
go shot."
November.
G rant said it’ll
“ ib V ;
he Ls almut play, ng fundan
damcntalbasYavapai
li isi led by sophomores
go test of Q SWAC riva:
/nl In n
good
ket IxiU and rega ning mon:
oomcntum.
Briana Mila
i l r a (13.0 ppg, 5.0 apg)
go
gamo
that doesn’t countf Iin the
The coadi w mts thee team
u
to bc
and L eah
1 T1hrasher (12.0 ppg).
co
conference
standings.
playing well vhen conference
coi
Againrt CSI
51, coach Brad Clifford
“TheyTl have thpte or fot
play resumes , an. 4-55 w
with possialso said lie
the Roughriders will welfe
idiwsni
ferent
fuUcourt presses and
bly the tough' st roadi trip
ti of the
come b ic
a dk 5-10 sophom ore
bbeoth run th e sa m e offen
iwason: at Snow and Dudi
>ude State.
..-Jessica Dug
'uger, who Is returning
Gr
Grant
said. “They have a ac o u n U
"We need to keep rebuilding,”
rck
from a tom
p
n patella
tendon.
of
1^14.6
of good guards (Sara Maries
he said. "You liave io -take
tnl odvonThe Golde
Iden Eagles will look to
pp and Megan Oldham 13.4
ppg
tage of the oppommitics
ics you have
capitalize on
on Yavapai’s size disadan< they can rebound the bal m d
and
and this is an opporttmlt
mity to play
vantage on
d
n defense
by pounding it
pli
mother
play defense. That will be an<
down low to posts Elisha Booth (6gn
.
goMgame."
V
: s m R £I
A nd possibly
bly the most im portan t one of ^ ele entire
e
trip.
B lr a k e s
T i r e s • S h o c k IS
s
A l i g ]; n m e n t s
Notes:
reshm an S h a o L e e
•S ppg) is the daughte ro f G ra n t'ib
l friend Shayley
I best
0 lives in Sugar City,
lying three gam es at
Ih e tournament,
en CSI has a full
docket of extra
tracurricular activi*
tie s while hi the
th Grand C anyon
s t " te . Upon1 its
I a rriv a l in to
the team heads to
to w atch th e
“
e ° tullpark
p‘
Tennessee wtnnen’s
b a s k o tb a ll tea
eam fa ce A riz o n a
dty. After CSFs last
S t«»U niveyd.y
gom e Sativday
>y 1afternoon, G rant
s a id th e tean:
am w ill h e a d to
riz. to scout SWAC
Scottsdale, Ariz,
rival Dixie State
ate, who is plaving
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n is h t at
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P itts b u r g h , w h ic h1 overcame
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a 3-1
l ^ g |^
e r s t - p c r i o d d e f i dit.t . 'The Penguins
w e r e 0-3-3 in t h eiirr Ilast six games '
a n d w o n f o r o n ly■the
th i second time
(2 -4-3 ) s in c e M a r10
i o !Lemieux offic i a l l y a n n o u n c e d I his
h i intention to
e n d h is 3 5 - y e a r r eJtirement.
tir
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:•.. .; the pttck past
‘ „ goalie Qartft Snow
^
ofthePKtsburfh
- Pengulris for the
• Sabres’ third goal
. . in the flrst period .
at the HSBC
Arena In Buffalo,
N.Y., on Tuesday.
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scoring
l e a d e r B ra d R i c h airds
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A tla n ta ju m p e d o>
u t to a four-goal
ut
l e a d in t h e f i r s t: p
p<erio d before
h o ld in g o ffT o ro n to
:o-.
A tla n ta ’s 1 4 th victory
v ie
tied the
T h r a s h e r s ’ w in to ta
< 1 ^ season,
a l of
t h e i r first in th e N H LL
: M ila n H niU cka sto
i
stopped
34 shots
f p r t h e T h r a s h e r ss,, who
\
rcached
^ 0 0 f o r j u s t t h e second
sec
time in
f r a n c h f s e h is t o r y . H
H nilicka, the
b a c k u p t o D a m ie}n
n :Rhodes, has
v k in fiv e o f h is la s t:six
six games.
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th e n s c o r e d h is l i t h o f th e
season la
l a t e r i n t h e p e rio d to g iv e
the Light
;h tm n g a 3-1 le a d . R i d ia r d s
leads nIH
h L r o o k ie s w ith 30 p o in ts .
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» lu e s 5 , B lue J a c k e t s 0
ST. LLCO U I S - R o o k i e B r e n t
Johnson
Dn S l o p p e d 2 4 s h o t s a n d
Pavol De
D e m ltr a s c o r e d tw o g o a ls
and had
id itw o a s s i s t s a s S t. L o u is
beat Columbus.
. .
■ Scott Young also scon
jrcdnvicc
for St. Louis, which exte
tended its
2 a i . 0.1l
u nbeaten s tre a k to 12
games - tying the team r
in 196&69 season.
Pierre Turgeon, who had
hi three
assists, eamed his l,100d
Oth carecr
point on Demitra’s 19thI (goal this
season.
N ^ H V T L L E , T e n a (AP)
GGilli a m J r . , w h o w as o n e’ o
fN
ir s t b l a c k q u a rte r b a c k s to ssuta r t a n
N F L g a m e b u t fe ll in to d ru gg £
t ,i
i o n a n d s p e n t tw o y e a r s l1iv i n g
uuin d e r a b r id g e in a cardboarc
m i box ,
h^a s d i e d a t 49.
'G illia m , w h o w as in su c h ddce sp e ra t e s t r a i t s a t o n e p o in t ths h e
„
p a w n e d h i s tw o S u p e r Bowl
rl ir i ; ^
hh;
a d f i n a l l y s e e m e d to b e ge
hhi
is li f e b a c k to g e th e r w he n h e
d i e d 'o f a n a p p a r e n t h e a r t ai
a tta c k
o n C h r is t m a s D ay.
E a r l i e r t h i s y e a r , h e s taj rr tt e d a
f o o tb a ll c a m p f o r boys a t his
is a lm a
m:a te r , T e n n e s s e e S ta te , a nndd w a s
m
c<=
o0u n s e l i n g d r u g a d d i c t:s
s and
rrc
e n e w i n g o ld rela tio p sh ip s.
“ J o e h a d s o m e d if f ic u h ti
ti m e s
an
a n d e v e r y b o d y knotvs th a t,”
,” s a id
Dja n R o o n e y , p r e s i d e n t of
D
of th e
P i tts b u r g h S te e le r s , Gilliam ’s
t am
's te
in t h e m id - 1 9 7 0 s . H e sa id th
tli a t a
p la y e r s r e u n io n e a r lie r th iss yj e a r ,
G illia m “ w a s r e a lly u p b e at aa nr d in
gsr<
r e a t h e a l t h , p r o b a b ly in bb te t t e r
s h a p e t h a n a n y o n e ." ..
G illi a m w a s d e a d ’on arriv
iv;a l a t
B a p tis t H o s p ita l la te M onday,
ly, hosp i t a l s p o k e s w o m a n J e s s icca
a E tz
s a id . E t z s a i d r e l a t i v e s b eelilie v e
sa*
Gil
G illiam s u f f e r e d a h e a rt a tta cck.
k
A
^ n a u t o p s y w a s c o m pilel e i e d
Tui
T u e s d a y , b u t t h e N a.ihville^ m
n ediica
c a l e x a m i n e r w o n ’t d e c la
laire a
c a u s e o f d e a t h u n til to x ic oo llo g y
te s ts r e s u l ts a r e r e tu rn e d in aa bt o u t
“a m o n th .
•G
C illia m ’s c a r e e r w as m arked
ed by
aa sStc r i e s o f h ig h s a n d lows, inc
nclud-
Predators 5,
5, Avalanche
2
u .c u v ,..
LLE, T enn. - Scott
•ed a career-high three
Walkerscored
s o c i s ^ i i mlike
. Dunham made 28
saves, leadir
ding N a sh v ille past
Colorado.
napped an eight-game
Thewinsna]
AvalaticheI uI n b e a te n s trea k
a g a m s t th e Predators
Pn
(5-0-3) that
d a t e d to Oct..31,1998.
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TWIN FALLS - DowTitou-n
D
merch a n ts a r e still wo
waiting to give
away the ca r ihai
w purchased
It was
for th eir annual Ch
Christmas-shopping promotion.
The person holdin;
tic k e t h a d not coi
H isto ric O ld Tow:
Im provem ent Distri
Director Tim Jones
ies said Tuesday
afternoon.
The w inning ticki
icket n u m b er is
8374205. The person
son holding that
ticket has until Frid
nday lo conta.ct
the BID office at 733-33-3434, h e said,
After Friday, thec BID
Bl will continue lo post the new
v
w winning
i mbers (10 num bers
v
■s were
d ra w n )
until a w in n er com
omes fo rw a rd ,
Jones said.
^
h o lid ayy sales idisappDoini^ pprofits 1m a y s uu S
i l g e N o w g _______________ ____
__
Ebert now expects5V
Wal-Mart to
eam 45 cents per sh
share in the
quarter through Jant
nuary, down
from 47 cents before
re the weekend. The F irst Call­
ll/T hom son
Financial consensus aanalyst esti-
activity by retailers. There was
an e x tra
ra w e e k e n d b etw e en
-OS ANGELES - The hoUdays
lys
Thanksgivi
living and Christmas this
In’t provide much Christmlas
as
year, result
fulting in a surge of buyser fo r m a jo r d e p a rtm e n t
ing o v e r tth e la te s t w eekend,
stores
res and value-priced retailers
ers
Most retail
toilers are scheduled to
T the weekend, as early
re p lort
o r D ecem ber same*
es re s u lts sug g ested
stores
e sales Jan. 4.
Decer
cem ber is set to disapn
^al-M
art said Tuesdoy
may !k holding
point.
nt.
^T/iou^.some hiveslors ft
rn in g th a t same*$tore
n th e w eek ih ro u g h
^outhope, sahation won
a - revenues fitim stores
m’t befound in
istmas Eve, sales perked
n a t least a y e a r-in the
but certain re ta ile rs sales fhis week. Wif/istei
teep, steep dts-week period from Nov.
includ
luding Wal-Mart Stores
0 Dec. 29 are projeaed
ISpercentoJthe
an d
F e d e ra te d
^counts and (limn 10 to h
ome in lower than origi*
partm ent S to res Inc.,
projections. Wal-Mart’s
month's
sales
expeaed
tn
»
diis
fifth
w
tk
"nlpri
ich bo th h av e M agic
,
m ostt nrecent forecast was for
Valle>
ley s to re s - said th a t
0ofDecetnljer,
/
peifonnane.
'tee ts n ea rty set.
ayeariar-on-year rise of 3 to 5
enough to offset slug- ___
________ :_______ p e rcceei n t in com parable
S Ln’l
incss in th e first three
sales.s.
;ks of D ecem ber. The
“I would
wc
expect 2 percent
resuU;
jlt: below -plan D ecem ber
;r
m ate is 46 cents. Fe<
c d c ra te d ’s
to 3 percei
ce n t com ps” for Wai*
sales
•
!S and
soft fo u rth -q u a rtejrr
fourth-quarier earning:
Igs are now
Mart, saidd Jo
. h n Lawrence, anaprofits
its at many retailers,
seen at S2.12, dowTi froi
rom
a
previlyst
at
Morj
organ
Keegan
i Co. in
Xakij
iking a cue from the compaaous forecast of S2.15. Th
The consenMemphis,,Tenn.
Ti
nigj.’ sales
j,
comments Tuesday,
y-,
sus view is 52.11.
Snowy, icy
ic and cold weather,
Shari
ri E b e rt, an a ly st a t J .P .
“I do think th ere: ai r c som e
though, co:
co n tin u e s to ham p e r
gan in N ew Vork, low eredd
ea rn in g s issues," sai
a id E b e r t,
much of the
he country, particularly
fourth-<iuarter earnings esti-ip o in tin g to th e fact:t t h a t th e
th e S outh,
h. B entonville, Ark.*
es for W al-M art a n d - “back-loaded'’ sellingg m onth is
trated.
still sparking heavy prc
)romotional
Plea
lease s ee SA1£S. Page 06
SS
E !”
BrMgeftewa_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _________
_
percent at $227
227 million, and tc^ *
and chUdren’s
(
n’s goods,
up 90 pert,
LOS ANGELES - Onlii
lin e hoUceniat$143railJ
million. day shopping doubled this
th year
PC Data/Golt
Goldman Sachs
from 1999 levels as sales
JS surged
said 40 percen
cent of th e respon*;
in the first week of Nov
ovem ber
dents said their
leir shopping e x p ^ 4
and remained buoyant, aa
iccording
ence was bener
tter thon in 1999 aii'd'
to a study Tuesday.
54 percent said
a id it was the saiM ,;
The picture of a robust
ste-com Som eSpercentj
ent said it was worfitui
m erce sector was reflec
ected by
Y ahool anno
nnounced T u e s d a y '
Yahool Inc, the world’s most
m
visth at o rd e r voh
volume through
ited p ortal on th e W ork
•Id Wide
shopping servio
rvices in the U nited
Web, which said order voli
)Iumes at
Stated nearly
d
ly doubled
from the
Its shopping services was
IS nearly
same period in 1999,
15 while outsidej
twice as big as year-ago lev
evels.
the country transaction
trai
voluiiilfe**
A survey by FC Data/Gc
Goldman
increased more
tl six times.
r e tlian
Sachs showed online spent
aiding at
The new s sent
ser shares o f the"
$8.7 billion since the first: week
v
of
Santa Q a ra, Calif.*based
Cal
compci.i
;November, more thM doul
lublethe
ny up $1.63,, or
or 5.5 percent,-tB}
$4.2
biUion in the sam e ]period . close
at
$
;
$31.19,
w hH r
last
^ year.
Am azon.comn Ir
Inc., th e w orlS ’s
Spending in th e weekk ended
biggest online
i
ne retailer,
saw Ito i
jDec. 17 was S1.6 billion, up
ipsUghtstock jum p $13«
138, or 8.8 perceflC
ly from the previous w eJk’s
^ $1.5
to $16.94. TTie
St
e Seattle-based
firxb;
billion
and compared witf
ith $878
said la s t w !_ek
eek the n u m b e r o |j
^
million
during the same wi
week in
shoppers visitini
*
iting its site in the1999. Strong categories inI tthe lat*
week ending Dec.
De 17 was up 32 •
«st
< week included apparel,
il, up 59
percent from aa year
ye earlier.
,,[,
Tir
Trucli
:k h w k
hurts5small?!'
J
hauler
srs
l E K I[ N G
r— -
- a ltl
Onlineholid:iaysalesdouble
3 le in 2 0 d |
Downtown Jerom
Dme puts '
merchants group
up on hold
NAMPA - The
r h e new law th S i ‘
helped settle a m
multimiUion-dol*
lar lawsuit agains
ainst the s a t e
some truckers in such
s
a bind t l ^ S
legislators areJ tiy n g to undo it*“
to prevent shuttii
utting dovm sm all'''
trucking outfits.
s.
- "
“If w e’ve crea
re a te d a grosslyj^
un fa ir situation,
ion, we o u g h t t o 'l
work at some kind
cind of a fix," stato";
Sen. D arrel Deid
)eide of C aldw df,'}
said.
------------- D e id e ,-a lo nng
g w ith fe llo v r '-—
S e n a te
T rra n s p o rta tio n 1
C om m ittee m
meem ber J e r r y ^
Thome of Nampa,
ipa, is working on 1
a biil that distribut
ibutes some of th e burden caused by the
i state’s new •,
truck registration
o n s^ te m .
Milk production do
down w hile
'
“I t’s h u rtin g us
u: a lo t," s a id - , I
Virginia Caldwell,
?ell, who with her;,
meat productionI stays
st
sam e
husband has two
wo itrucks to h a u l.;
BOISE - Idaho’s milli
nilk production
com m odities. Th
This y ea r, w ith"^
.during November fell
ell 4.3 percent,
tripled and quadn
adnipled registra* :
while com m ercial rcc
red m eat protion fees, some; m
truin e rs Uke th e .;
duction remained the
s
ie same
during
- Caldwells a r e choosing
ch{
to n u i i
th e sam e period.
1, the I d a h o '
P*^i
fewer trucks orr find
fir olher ways !
A g ric u ltu ral S tatist!
istics S e rv ic c
|
to cut costs.
reported.
The
turnabout
ca
It came in the last’ •
A verage m ilk prod
rnduction p e r
legislative session
ion when a ju d g e .
cow in N ovem ber WDS 1.680
B |
ruled the state’ss two-tiered
tw
pounds, the same amo
imount as durregis-’ -.'
tration
system
wa
ing th e sam e period
i
was unconstitrf*.-^
?d in 1999. In
B S
October of this year,
tional. It had chat
:harged tru ck e rs. •
r, aaverage protfMM*•
duction per cow wasJ 1,760
l,i
based on th e;ir
ir w eight a n d - )
pounds,
Tlie average numtwrr ol
Schwab stands next to somo of
m ileage. T h e cou
of milk cows
Les Sci
court ru le d th e)f hi
hia tifoa Oec. 10 In Prinevlllo,
e, Ore. Lea Schvlrab Tire Canten
(era In c ., a Prinavllle-baaed reglt
egional,retailer will do a billion'
in Novembor was 357,i
state’s practice of ggiving a c h e a p -.;
57,000, 28,000
dollars
ars In salos this yoar for tho flrst
f t ttime, acconling to the compa
pany.
more than in November
e r r a le to agrit
ber 1999.
g ric u ltu re a n d ^ .
Earlier this month,
h, tthe num ber
resource h au lers
ers violated th e of cattle on feed for' tli
the slaughter
I
Comm erce Clause
luse of th e U.S.-.::
market was 325,000 hea
head, up 2 perI
Constitution.
cent from December 19*
The new system
tem, adopted by ;;
1
Placem ents of cattle
tile into s ta te
lawmakers along
w a $27 mU- j
g with
fccdlois during Novemi
emlwr totaled
a.
lion s e ttle m een
n t w ith • t h e " :
Assoclatod, Proaa________
million, so I guess I’mI a thouG4.000 h e a d , downn 22.000 from
th ree dozen1 photos
p
of some
compi
American Trucking
u pany is doing financially,
Icing
AssodatioiVi;'Novembor 1999.
sand tim es m ore succ
rcessful
of th e e a rli«
I ie s t s to re s h e
h e no
nc longer is involved in1
chargcs truckerss a 1flat fee based: 2
PRI
RINEVILLE, Ore. - T he
than I ever thought I’(
I’d b e,”
opened, an d1 th
tl e re ’s no room
th ^e m
n in u tia e o f day-to-day^
on a range of mile
Tjilcs th e tru ck s ^
king
has
a
new
jew
el
in
he
said.
for more. The
Court enters Judgn
run.
le com pany start*
opera
Ig m en t
erations. That job has fallcrown.
H e now w a lk s w
w:ith a
ed in 1952 ivith
wit a s in ^ e outen to
to company
<
Trucks registered
ired to travel up ' „
President Phil1
for securities violal
es S chw ab T ire C e n te rs
llatfonS
Les
notfceable limp, and aj
age has
let in Prinevill
ville; now, count*'
W cick
to 7,500 m iles pa}
pay th e lo w e s t ;
k a n d Tom F re e d m a n ,^
., th
BOISE - A to u n ordei
lin e d th c fa ce un dlee r th e
rder finds that
‘ e P rin e v ille -b a s e d
ing stores thlat
at a r e either run
th e! chicf
ch finandal officer andI
amount. But trucks
icks that run th e onal
re
ta
ile
r
of
tires,
cusUtah-based \/orldw ide
ide Financial
'‘egion
w h ite R esistol cowbo
)oy h a t
d irectly by th
the com pany o r
s ta te ’s new lyy d e s ig n a te d >
senioi
lior executive vice presii w heels and o th e r auloLLC \iolated Oie Idaho
iho Securities
th at has become famil
lilia r to
by d e a le r sI w\ h o se ll Les
dent,
midrange
7,501
1
to 50,000 m ilei n.
Act.
moiiv»
ive p ro d u c ts w ith sto re
so many from print anc
nd teleSchwab produ
~ end up paying5 qi
iducts, therfe are
B
quadruple thte;!";
luut
t m ak e no m ista k e :.
Gavin Gee, directorrooff the Idaho
llio n s th ro u g h o u t th e
locaii
v isio n a d v e rtisin g . Bi
But 83.
313.
I
amount they used
d to pay.
S
chw
liwab
s
t
il
l
is
th
e
Big
D e p a rtm e n t
of
■ic V alley, will do a bilF in a n c e ,
Magic
y e a r old Les S chw ab
lb s t il l
Looking att photos
p
The C aldwells’
s’ 880,000-pounrf;:.^
of more
K ahhuun a in t h e c o m p a n y;
announced 6th Districi.
ict Judge Don
lion dollars
dc
in sales this year
m akes the trip from his
is ranch
recent stores5 requires
ri
truck, which used
a walk
office;
e d to cost $33-V- 5
ices, w arehouses and disL, Harding entered judj
iudgment a n J
forthe
he first time.
e a s t of tow n to his ccco r n e r
dow n a h allw
.
for a 7,501-mile run,
im
, now ends upT-r
Iw
ay.
A
lthough
tributi
mtion
facilities.
H
e
knows
!t permanent injuncdon:
on against the
Les:
2s S chw ab him self c a n ’t
office at company head
adquarS ch w a b still
costing $1,920 eveni
'en if it only runs ’~
:ill is k e e n ly
every
:ry inch of every building - ’
. Providence, Utah, compj
npany.
believe
Gveil.
te rs for at least an ho
travels m ore typic
io u r o r
involved in th
the b ig-picture
■pical 10,000 O T "
and1 th
that’s a lot of building to‘
Worldwide' Financial'
ial’s founder,
“\vhi
Vhen I weni into l)usiness
two, six days a week.
20,000 miles.
planning, and
id know s probaknow,
Steven Jam es Cook, allegedly
alU
>w. With th e completion of:
losl
I neve
ver d re a m e d I’d do S l
On his office wall aree iabout
V irginia Caldwe
Iwell said they'::::!
bly to t h e ppe
e n n y how th e
his licensc as a securitic:
ities .salesman
will o p e r a te only
Please see TIRES, Page D5i
nly one tr u c k : :
in 1996, but continue
uied s e llin g
because it now costs
jsts os m uchthisv*
bonds and debentures
ii his com;s in
year to Ucense one
le ^u c k as it did *:^
pany. '
to
re
g
is
te
r
tw
o.
Tl
.
They a re n o f - The sec u ritie s were
i
re not
regis|
/-v ^
alone.
tered for sale and app
ippear to b e
v ^ v J l
S
en
ate
T
ra
worthless, Gee reponed
‘ra
nr sp o rtatio rtjilt
ed in a state3
C om m ittee C hlairm
air an Evori~;^
nient. The state also allcBOsCrak
alk
ThoA.!octel
clirtod Proaa ________
J
misrepresentod and omii
7W&
Erasure said h e has
has been t>om*‘
--------- -—
imittod inforservoirs to generate exccss povv
mation in an effort to
bard ed by p h o>ne
n e calls fro n i !!
I the face of California’s energyi/cric
to persu ad e
BOISE
; - - Using less electricity
tru c k e rs — w ho• 'w a n t- t h a " : .- poople to invest. ____
s, state kaders announced. ^_____
. ------c o u ld h e sip
lp lower future en erg y '
C
The c o u r t’s order
Legislanire to dq^soni
,something.
On Dec 14, Energy Secrctaiy B
er e n jo in s
bills.Idaho,
10
utility
officials
report,
Worldwide Financial fror
lUir.
. Small truckers,
5, Frasure
Fi
s a i i '- v
Richj
ichardson issued a six-day enu
from offering
"Comuinc
liners have a measure of
cc of electridty is die net
cost
iced for
Kjollandcrsoidij
d m a statement.
gcno
or selling unregistered
tern
''Ot fe e l th e!y
y vw ere hearp^^-I
mcy order requiring 75 Westc;
■d s“ m n tie s ,
comral i„I j,
dulermining What their
ai
additional
electricity, kno?
lown as
He recommend
3ids that during peak
powe
o fferin g o r s ellin g: s<
[ytQ
when law m akers
ai
•s adopted
lhe.;Ci;
)wer suppliers to sell electridty
s c c u r.tie s
p „ „ „ bilU
wholesale
energy. Utilitie;
lls are going to be in the
w
ies
buy
usage
poiods
fit
ihrough an unregistered:
•
fitjm
6
am
to
8
a
m
powc
cd salesman,
hen
new fee schedule.
)wer-strapped California, th<
wholesale,electridty
fromI cothers
n our current situation,
wi
and firm 4 p mL ttJ
tt 8 p m - residents
exten
and engaging in misrej
“It fin a lly h itt them
th
in th e ;;'!
ctended that period to Dec 27.
ircprcsentacniiscrva.i,
to
accom
m
odate
needs
a
uion
now
d
efinitely
is
ab o v e . turn off unnecessor
sotylijJits,detiywashgu the Idaho PubUc UtUitii
tions or omissions inI connection
co
ties
face," the Pocatello
But
jUo Republican^-?
I count in th c com ing
vvihat they produce thems*
w
iselves.
ing dodies or dishi
ishes, mm off compu^
Comi
with an offer, sale or pun
immission banned Avista, T<in>
lurehase of a
„„nlhs,”’ Dennis
D
Iaho
saldHansen, presiPrices
Pj
for wholesale energ
rgy are
ers ond odier wme*
ncaWqjpIianQs.
powe
security.
raft.
He expects the Legislature
Leg
iwer and Pad2Con> from dral
wi^.^l^^
. .
dent of Idaho
Ida
P
ublic
U
tilities
five
f>'
times
higher
now
than
in
'th
ey
K
jellander
sa
said conservation
ingoc
The court also ordered
Badditiona] water from reservoi
red Ihc comConunission,
foirs
opt to create m ore
sn
e small-mileage
"r^
were
ion, said.
wi a year ago.
efforts could hel
help Idaho utilities
or through
thi
pany to repay investors.'
hydro plants to creai
rs. The s tate
[,c said1 that
il if Idaho's utilities
Mte
brackets. But if the
le ni
new meosur©--''
“These prices ore'not ssie t by
ovoid buying wh<
vholesale
electridty
estim ates investors -in
- ii c lu d in g
tess electridQr for needs outsic
„ e not force
side
cuts the state’s incom
comc from midt'.T.H
u
tility
regulators
and
thc3
reed
to
buy
electridty
on
ut
ey
can
in
a
voladle
mark
Idaho re s id e n ts - lost
i
“ 'Hf.'-.
,
thee local
to Q’stcm. The ORkr fcdknvc
st about
$4
Ihc open market,
nu
wed
range t r u c k s lawm.
wmakers l i k e ^ '.i
fluctuate
widely based on si
consumers will
fli
supply
Last week, utilities
uti
produang ■ lener
million._______________
ters in that vein from Gov. Dii
Mrk
will hove someone
e el
else mkke up:'"r
-a n d -d e m a n d ;’’ Idaho Pi
P u b lic
elcctiidtyTOTld^ were prohibited
Kemi
unpthom e'and U.S. Sea. Lan
Compiled from staff and
irry
the difference, possil
jssibly witii
dwire reports
A factor
(
Jr that
determ ines th c
Ui
U tilitie s Comm issionerr P a u l . from drafting wati
rater from the state’s
aigtoRkhardson.
. long-haulers.
JER O M E - A groi
;roup of dow n- •
town Jerom e merchar
hants has decidcd to hold off on plans
pla to form a
merchants’ associatior
tion until spring
2001.
There ju s t wasn’t
i
I’l enough
support from local merchi
rchants to m ake
the group work, said
aid the gro u p ’s
chairman, Ross Foster
;ter.
The group’s main
/
in focus
was to
m arket and advertise
tise the variety
JP w
of merchants and busii
usinesses in ^ i£ _ ____
---------------d o w n t o w n 'a r e a '" th’rb
hYougli e v e n ts ‘
ff l®
and other activities,.hesaid.
he
lim
T hose goals will
h re v is ite d
11 be
when the group re-fon
forms in spring.
Foster s.-!id.
f
w W
^es Sch^Lwab br(■eaks$] biUiornm ark
»nservatio:311 could b e n e fit ]Id a h o COnsum er5
E n e rg y costs mnay fall if Idaho
o’s utilities
c an avoid buyir
ing on die openn marker
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I M o n e yY
M
f a n !Diegoffirrnma^
ly buy!"SFampaIplant IRS m ay:ask for pro:oof of .
donated vehicle’s v£
^alue ^
^ A M P A ( A PP)) .- O ne o f two
tbe yea
rear. However, both compa2lSg In c f o b ^ation
d i plants may
nies are
a n optimistic that t h ^ wiQ1
be sold after tbe! N(
New Year’s bollbe able
ble to complete the transacto A m ^ c am
n B
] lic ro ^ te m s . tion,"” Am
j
erican M icrosystemsI
In c » f San Diego.
X
said: '
TT^e two privatel:
itely held compaThen
e plant in question produces>
nies confinned Frie
Friday they have
Sinchv
h wafers, d rc u it boards thatt
h ad p re lim in ary
iry d iscu ssio n s
hold m
microprocessor chips forr
a b to t.th e purcba
:hase of Zilog’s
comput
iuters and o th er electronic
Sfod 2 semiconduct
luctor fobrication
devices.
«s. Another Zitog plant fabpUntbere.
ricates^
js 8-inch wafers,
•The announceme
iment came four
Tbe
ti Zilog plants in Nampa1
e two
ditfB a f te r Zilog
lg jann o u n ced a
em ^oy
oy a total of 525 people, a1
slump in revenues
jes and a 7 per.
compan;
any spokeswoman said,
cent work forcei re
reduction that
' Amer
le ric a n
M icrosystem s
iHWuded 11 emjppllo y ees a t th e
spokes»
swoman Darby Collins said
I{topa plants.
theNair
ampa employees were noti'^N o arrangemen
ients have been
fied of
t potential sale Friday.
if the
flM lized and like!;
kely w ill n o t be
Zilog1spokesw
si
om an Kim berly
fitM zed until afte
i t e r th e first of
XfaTanrr
uzuk said the woricers have '
known about the negoti
)tiations for
some time.
N either spokeswom:
n a n would
say bow the ownership
i p transfer
w o tild affec t em ploy
aym ent in
N am p^.
B ut
A m eric an
A
M icrosystem s su g g e:
e s te d th e
plant would remain in o]
operation.
“AMI believes th e ex]
*pertise of
Z ilo g em ployees wfith
it
th ese
processes is of importai
t m t strategic value to AMI an dI its
i future
direction. AMI wiU useB th
J e fadlity to support several1kb e y longte rm custom ers in thi ee rapidly
R o w in g com m unicati(
tions m ar-
Zilog’s main customer
ers, manufactuirers and distribui
u to rs wbo
bu y th e company’s spe
pecialized
semiconduci
uctors, have reported
lagging sale
lies in recent months,
That caused
sd revenues to fal] and
inventoriess t<
to grow, the company
said Monday
lay when it announc^
the layoffs,
A t t h a t :ti tim e , Zilog said it
would be re:
restructuring to focus
its resources
» s on developing hew
products,
Am erican
in M icrosystems Inc.
pioneeredi tlth e developm ent of
application-!
in-spedfic integrated
d rc u iisin l9
(
1966.
Its main raraanufactiuing plant
is in Pocate!
teUo, w here 1,100 of
the company’
ny’s 1,863 workers are
em ployed.I. (O th e r fa b rica tio n
plants a rei iiin E u ro p e and the
Philippines.
iTires _
(§jllkwdt[DaD4
tw o m assiv e str
s t r u c t u r e s of
5».000 and 452,001
,000 sq u are feet
p fw ridge abovee t(
town, tb e cor-,
iw fa tio n now bas
las 2.5 m illion
q l j i r e feet in Print
:ineville alone.
?V h en Les talks,
Iks, p e o p le listCQ. And wben bii
his b lu e GMC
J i i ^ y comes arou
round a com er
cfB<ompany proper
perty, everyone
. e}se waves and ggeets th e hec k
g rt of tbe way. "Look
“L<
out, th e
ora man's comingg tt
through,” the
ch a tte r on tb e con
:om pany ra d io
goes. .
•
A fter 64 yearss o f m arriag e,
his driving still ca
can m ak e his
wife, Dorothy, a bit
bit 1nervous.
“Watch out forr th at forklift,”
she|ll say when he
le sswings into a
tight corridor while
iie showing off
th e buildings full
U cof tires to a
couple of visitors.
"I know bow toiddrriv e in th e s e
warehouses, d eatr,”
r,” h e re p lie s ■
sweetly.
^ e r e are many
,y rreasons th at
L ^ .s till is the Gran
rand Old M an
ot* U<
Ora
OnOp
DM
o«vn
o«vnr
omh
D«t<. .
K
CMkI
D
sM
si:j
0MQS
MC2
aMm
s ecp
Anr
SR
1J4 IIM .Jt
J t n.tt.lM
_ anoi.ijt
3 ff2 -;s
= s £ s - ;s
IJI Zlis -M
ie» »m .Jt
.40(U»J0 .Jt
.21 2&J4 .JO
■--------------------------to some
me 6,000 em ployees, but
A t a ceremony this faU
fi when
doesn’t do m
m arket studies, so it
there’s
's one reason th a t stands
S chw ab was n am e d dd<e a le r of
doesn’t have
ive sp e d fic s on how
out abo
bove all others: H e takes
t h e y e a r by M o d e r n T ire
big its share
ire
of th e m arket in
care of
t
>f them financially,
D ealer, the m agazine’s
j’s re tired
the Northwes
^est is. H e added that
Scbw
iw a b 's fa m ily ow ns a ll
e d i t o r , Lloyd S to y e rr,, ta lk e d
what the com
om pany does know is
sto c k , -but , th e com pany
a b o u t th e S ch w a b fa
f; m ily ’s
th a t it has
a s m o re s to re s in
believes
/es in sharing. Ever since
belief in rewarding emiployees.
p
Oregon, Was
'ashington, northern
th e com
ompany was established,
“ W ho in th e b is to ry
r j o f th e
C alifom ia,, I<
Id a h o and western
Schwab
ib has given a t least half
t i r e b u s in e s s h a s s hb ia r e d so
M ontana th
i a n y o th e r fire
than
o f the: profits
p
back to employm u ch w ith so m an y ?” S to y e r
chain.
ees.
said.
A ccording
ng to M o d ern T ire
Store
•e imanagers can eam sixT h e question is in ee v\ ita b le :
Dealer, Les: Schwab
Sis the fifthfigure! incomes.
ir
T he first year,
W hat direction will L ess Schwab
;
largest indep<
ependent tire dealer
Schwab
lb contributed $24,000 to
T ire Centers take when
sn Les no
in th e U nitei
te d S ta te s, and th e
an empl
iployee re tirem en t fund;
lo n g e r is around? T hee answ er
largest marke
r k e te r o f Toyo tires
this year
jar, the com pany will confiitjm m anagement is: th e same
in North Amei
nerica.
tribute3 $16
$ million to the fund,
direction it always has.
Tbe compar
>any has begun movwhich a lb ^ d y has topped $300
T h e com pany’s doub
ible-digit
ing into ce nItral
tr Califomia, with
miUion.
n. T h at's in ad d itio n to
a n n u a l ^ w t h has come
le chiefly
stores reachin
tling to just nonh of
healthy
1
y bonuses,
m edical insurfrom increasing sales aa t existth
e
San
F
ra
rain c isc o Bay area.
. ance and
n d d iv id e d c h e ^ .
ing stores and opening new
n
outF ree d m a n ssaa id th e com pany
The company’s
co
philosophy is
lets, said Freedman, whc
ho joined
hasn’t yet del
determ ined how fa r
to promc
m ote from w ithin. Both
Les Schwab in 1971. Th
The comit wiU expan<
Jnd in to California.
W ick a nr d F re e m a n w e n t to ._j
—pan y ’s top-selling p ro dd iu ctstiU ; “It could be: a long-term growth '
• hig h • sch
s o o l in
n e a rb y
i tires, with alignm ent,
is
It, shocks
area for us,”” he
h said.
R e d o njnd.
e Virtually all the top
1
and
brakes second andd custom
Next
year,
i C alifom ia and
r, in
executiv
tiv e s a r e fro m C en tra l
1w heels third.
elsewhere, tb
th
e com pany plans
Oregon,
I
I, Freedm an said.
F reedm an said tb e co
com pany'
to open a total
tal of 20 new stores.
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imiw -_ “ ■«
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a t7jo .Jt
a
UMA. : SS
t 3
taya i.i2
t
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t OO^t>
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IThe Washington Port
______
The idea has great curb' aa p p ^ :
Give
your old car to a ch
^
:harity,
take a tax deduction, and
id raise
"money for a good cause - pe
perhaps
even help train poor peopl
pie in a
marketable
trade.
®
The radio is abuzz w ith
th such
ads, and many taxpayers art
u e signing up.
ir
But while giving your c: aa r t o a
bona-fide
charity is a legW
it mate
“
ded u c tio n , e x p e rts say
ly you
should be very careful aboi
out the
amount you write off.
The temptation is g re atIt to be
a{
aggressive
in as.<agning a va]
^ u e to
th old buggy, and some dia
the
fiarities
se
seem
to encourage that. Or
One ad
t lh a t aired re c e n tly inn th e
Washington area offers a recdpt
re
for
whatever
amount
you
i
I think
h car is worth.
the
That’s asking for trouble,
le, said
A rthur Auerbach, an accoui
luntant
ba
based
in Vienna, Va.
The Internal Revenue Sci
lervice,
“b
“bccause of the ads tliat are
xe runnii aU over the place, has
ning
as told
pe
people in ... meetings th at tl
this is
1
a high-audit
issue, an issue
te they
aa rr e going to be lo o k in g I
5
fo r,”
Ai
Auerbach said.
'Of course, th e IR S m a'
ay be
bh
bluffing.
Congress in the past
ist seven years lias made d e a r its
eral
iti dista:
taste for actual enforcem ei
en t of
th«
th e tax laws it enacts. It hai
las cut
^ht
th e agency’s budget for revt
avenue
a3gg e n ts , in-person a u d itss and
other copon the-beat actix-itit
ties.
But
o
^ if you've got a car or• other
^v e h ic le you’d r,eally liki
k e 10
do n ate and you’d p re fe r not
nc to
p lay th e audit lo tte ry , exp
icperts
advise taking steps to justify
adi
fy any
deduction you take.
F irst, make sure th e cha
ban ty
you’re
dealing with is for■real.
r
y°'
Bogus c h a ritie
tiess or those th a t
d o n 't o p e r a te th
t e ir program s*
p ro p e rly canI get
ge them selves -J
and y o u -in toI tro
trouble.
•
N ext, u n dIerstand
e rs
th a t the*
d e d u c tib le amo
im ount is th e f a i i
m arket value,
w
e, which
is w hat ;C
willing buyer would
WOI pay a willing;
sd ler in an arm’i
rm’s-length tiansac-"
tion. This mayf or
or may not be the*
value listed in such
sue sources as theJ
K elley B lueI Book
B
and the^
N atio n a l Autom
tom obile D e a le rs;
Association used
sed-car guide. The*
values in thosee guides
gi
are gener-S
alizations, andI your
yo car could b e“
a lot n ice r, orr a lot crum m ier,
than the book assumes.
assi
“You’re suppose
posed to have some
re aso n ab le gues
uess as to its fa ir
value,” Auerbach
ach said. But “what
people don’t do
lo i:
is take into con-_
sideradon the condition
con
the car is
in.”
Most charities
v take it eveif
es will
w ith a blow nI en
engine o r o th e r,
major m echanica
lical problem. BuK
the p re s e n c e! ooff such d e fe c ts
means th e vehid(
lid e ’s fair market.
value is lower• than
th; one in running condition,
“A lot of organiz
anizadons will givci'
you the ... Blue Boo
Book value. That’s ’
not necessarilyy th
the same thing*^,
as th e fa ir m
m;arket value,-;
A u e rb a c h s a idI. .il
The book m ight’
show a value of
of $51,000 but you” ••
might get only S20<
S200 If you tried to.
sell it independent
lendy, he noted.
At the Salvatior
Ition Army, which ^
has an extensive
ive auto-donation ■
p ro g ram , W illia
illiam M a d is o n ,,
a d m in is tra to r' foi
for W ashington
and suburban Mar
Maryland, said his R fouphasN A DDA
A software an d •
will give donors
rs aa printout that.,
shows several vali
values, induding;,
“re ta ir and “trade
rade-in” amounts,
The software v.ill
d
ill deduct
for Wgh'.
mileage as well,, he said.
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xernber 27, 2000
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T ry
I n sS i I D E
s o m li e t h i n g
I uiiimIIHI
Section E
H
m iman \will sk]dp thnough life I
The A tso clsted
PfM»___________ __
. r T T C --------- c—
good o f k id s,” Cook
s a i d . “ W e ’re pro m o tin g th e n eed for
k i d s t o b e a c tiv e .
B ut w h e t h e r you’re
7 o r 7 5 y o u need to
b e a c tiv e .”
T h e o rg a n iz a tio n
r e a c h e s a b o u t 320
school sy ste m s in 38
s t - 't e s .
C o o k is
h o p e fu l C o rb in will
p e r s u a d e thousands
o f c h ild r e n an d pare n t s to e x e r c is e
to g e th e r b y touring
t h e c o u n t r y in a
W e b c a m - e q u ip p e d
R V i n t h e f a ll o f
2002.
C o r b i n a ls o is
w ritin g a book,
“ C a l l e d t o S k ip ."
A nd on S unday
a fte rn o o n s ,
her
e n to u ra g e
s k ip s
th r o u g h
G o ld e n
G a te P a r k , encoura g in g a n y o n e w ho
d i^ e s to jo in them .
“ I t h i n k th is is a l
Ci
c a l l i n g . I t 's b e e n
q u ite a n inte restin g
s p i r itu a l jo u rn e y
fc
for m e ,” s h e said. “I
m a k e i t in to a
g a m e . J u s t sneak in
gi
fi e s te p s w herever
fiv
yi
you a r e a n d no one
is
is e v e n g o in g to
n o tic e
it. Y our
iirn n e r k i d ' g o e s,
’I e e ! H e e ! H e e !'
’H
llii k e y o u g o t aw ay
w
vrith
so m e th in g .”
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:is-
SA N F R A N C I S
i f e , .
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b e tw e e n t h e C a tt in
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th e
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t
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ir'
bo u n c e s a m o n g tthh ie
dow ntow n s u its aanc
nd
s k irls ,
s h o u tin f
“ S kippers, s k ip omn l’
l”
th r o u g h a m e 'Sa*
ga
phone.
H er
“ m a g ic ’
ro y a l b l u e v e l v e i
c a p e fla p s b e h in c
h e r a n d a recJ, w hite
a n d b lu e to p hai
f lo u n c e s a t o p h e ir
h e a d a s sh e l e a dIss ai
h a n d f u l o f f e lloiow
w
s k ip p e r s d o w n tthe
he
s id e w a lk . P a s s e r s
b y do d o u b le ta kkeess
a n d s c o o t o u t ol
th e ir w ay. Som e
s m i le i n d e l i g h t ,
o th e r s r o ll th e ir
eyes.
H o m eless, p e o pp le
ie
a s k h e r fo r m o h eeyyj;
s h e m a k e s th e m
®on
Kim Corbin, le ft, Bol)>P)
Pennypacker a n d V ictoria Stollnsl
llnski sk ip In dow ntow n San Fran
s k ip f o r it. K id s on
inclscD D ec. 1 9 . CorUn
quit he r J o b .a t» bookk ppublishing c o m p an y an d plansI to skip a ro u n d th e UnKed S tats
b icy c le s m o c k hieerr;;
r t t i to prom ote f ltn e s t
s h e t e l l s t h e m to
to
snd a e e n tle rebellionn aag ain st conform ity.
“ skip off.”
Even in an y th iniig
g -.
g e n t l e r e b e l l i oDn
n
S h e s o o n fo u n d
sk ip s th ro u g h dow n­
A m e ric a n E x p r e s s
goes S an F ra n c isc
m:oo,,
a g a in s t c o n f o r m ity
ty
s h e w a s n ’t a lo n e .
tow n.
check th in g s.”
- a m e s s a g e s h e ’11
’ll
K im C o r b in i s a n
T h e re a r e n o w h e ad
“ I h a v e fo u n d
T hen,
in
s o o n t a k e n a t i o nn-sk ip p ers in 3 2 cities
a tten iio n -g e tte r.
p a s s io n i n m y life.
S e p te m b e r, sh e d id
me
w id e a s s h e p r o0 -­
“ T h e r e ’s s o m
w ho s ta y co n n ec ted
I'm so m u c h happi*
a n I n te r n e t s e a r c h
u n w r itte n la w t hhaa t
m o te s f i t n e s s iinn
to C o rb in , th e selfe r, s tro n g e r and
fo r n o n p r o f its a n d
A m erica’s schools.
say s, ’A d u lts d oin’t
n ’t
p ro c la im e d
m o re
c o n te n t,"
found h e r f u tu re a t
■ sk ip ," ’ sh e s a y s. “ If
A
n a tiv e
of
S k ip p in g Q u e e n ,
C o rb in s aid .
N o v a to -b a s e d
s o m e o n e w a n t s to
I n d i a n a p o l i ss ,,
th ro u g h e -m a il a n d
“ I s k i p to th e
P ro je c t
F it
i
e
y
C
o
r
b
in
m
o
v
e
d
to
s k ip , t h e n t h e y
to
W eb p o stin g s,
g y m , I s k i p o n th e
A m erica, w h ich proA
shou ld be a b le t o do
do
San F r a n c is c o fo u r
S till,
C o r b in
t r e a d m i l l . I t ’s so
m o te s f i t n e s s in
y e a rs a g o i n s e a rcch
h
th a t. 1 f e e l t h a t n eegg­
fu n ,
e s p e c ia lly
a d m its t h e firs t
public schools.
a tiv ity h a s b e e n rrulu l­
o f h e r s e l f . O nl e
ti m e w a s h a r d ,
w h e n t h e r e ’s tw o
She and execu­
nig h t a f te r b re a k inng
g
in g th e ro o st f o r a n
r u n n e r s o n b o th
W h ile
s k ip p in g
tiv e d ir e c to r S ta c y
aw ful long tim e .”
in to a s k i p w i t h a
dow n th e s tre e t
sides o f y o u .”
C ook im m e d ia te ly
Corbin, 31, is n o w
frien d on t h e s tre eJt,
t,
T im es g o t h a r d in
fro m h e r N o b H ill
h it it o ff a n d com-)
it_ h A t_ h e r: T h i s j iss,, ___a p a r tm e n t, s h e f e lt ___
_______ a p ro fe ssio n al sk:ip:___
ip ------ ,\u g u st,.th o u g h .-A ll——b in e d t h e i r v isio n sj hap p in ess,
p e r. R eally.
e m b a rra sse d as peoof h e r fre e la n c e
to
fo rm
th e
H er im m e d ia te
Since q u ittin g hi e r
p ie s h o t f u n n y o r
p u b l i s h i n g w o rk
N a tio n a l F it n e s s
j o b a t a b o o k p ui bb-­
g o a l w a s t o g e t in
fe a rfu l lo o k s h e r
d r i e d u p , a n d no
S w e e p s t a k e s fo r
s h a p e . T h i s b e i nig
g
lis h i n g c o m p a nn y
way.
c o m p a n ie s w e re b it­
Kids.
San F ra n c is c o * shl e
-this y e a r, th e blcmnddN ow 2 5 p o u n d s
in g o n th e sp o n so r­
“W ith h e r m e d ia
also w a n te d to s tairt
rt
I
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d
fo rm e r e l e m e n t ai r y
s u ra b ly h a p p ie r ,
m a ile d o u t. f o r h e r
th o u sa n d s a n d thou­
n a tu r a lly , h e r f ir s t
te a c h in g a s s i s t amn t
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w an ted to t u m th e
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big risk. B oloro y o u d o
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W e oro local & compoiitivo.
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Roalty 734-3930«
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$67,600. Call 734-8727.B
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bdrms. * 2 ba lh s?? .
Vt block Irom school.
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2nd homo In b ack brings In
Invostod o vor $6,000 to
2nd
$320/m o. $89,600.
rolurtiish this 3 bdrm.
Noison Roolty 734-3930.
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$99,900.
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700-800 Meadows Dr.
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700 Bik. Washington N.
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$500 mo.
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p o ts, n o sm oking. $600
mo. -f dop. Applicalions
Coll 732-6366.B
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b a l h , l a r g o d u p l e xX.,
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- b a i h , g a r a g a , ta n c a di
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b a th , f e n c e d ya rd , dog
run, $500 d e p . $700 mo?
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B R A W L E Y RE A L T Y . .all a la c t., 2 bdrm ., mosiI
uaBfla8.no pota. 733-8234..
7 3 4 .5 8 5 8 .. - TW IN FA L L 8. v o ty n ic a,4
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734-1329 ovonings.
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w /appla. a t 230 Lola. No
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l ^ a a a caU 206-734-2664.
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$t40QAno. '
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fy
; 733-6336 Of 734-8t(H
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BR A W L E Y RE A L T Y
^
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_
TWIN FA IL S A 1 2 0 .i6 5 0
h twin FAUS .
READYTO UOVE MTO ^
1660 •Q.ft ome* on North
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[0
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term. Conlacl WALT
T
HESS 737-3939. Qem
m
State Realty
w
TWIN FALLS, Just-A-More
Inn. 2separate officM on
S
tho main fkMr wKh use o(
V
conference room. $650 or
t
$550. Can Kent or Cindy
it
Collins at 733-5336 or
734-6104.
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603
FURNISHED APTS
TS/
^^^U P L a<E S
•
TW IN FA LLS • N o w •-,?
or
M rm . duplex, carport, utl
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$425ftno.Caa733<)742J
' f m n n s -----------^
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I,
. dishw asher.A C.
atad
mtorowavo. W/D. Locato
n o a rsc ^ .
CaB MkWo. 734-4334u
H » » ^ P w p |y y
____
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basom ont a p t No amoi
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w/office space, 14ft ovof1
hoaddoor.Cal324-3101B
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ELWOOD « EVANS
734-1401
TW iifFALLS----------------A FF O R D A B L E
2 bdrm. 2 bath ap ts.
W/D. AC, stovo. rofrig.
Call M k ^ , 734-4334
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j
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Idrm.
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,1
. b d r m a p is , a u b ald iz *o 2
; wner> avail, according
tjg t o
incom o. Playgrounds,
s , aen
k itc h e n a p p ls. la u n d rry
m ts. No pots. 324-3464.
164.
JE R O M E - 2 b d rm ..-TTT
II
^
ba lh . potto. W/D. $485
nam
324-38H Of 324-84g9J
JE R O H & Upstairs o p t
; 3 bdrm . 2 bath4S00/mo.
■Nopots/smoUng 324-333
^
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Availoblo now
nntU
F or Soniora/Handicappod
Disabled persons.
Somo with AC
; Ront Based on Incomo
•no
Contact Office al ,
:
73 3 £ 22nd St. Burloy
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;
208-676-9429
-----RUPERT
' Taking appiicattons for
waiting list 1 & 2 bdrm.
. a p ts. Valloy Park Apts.
436-5882
____
W JP E R T ----------------------.T a k in g a p p lic a tio n sI ffoo r
' waiting Ost 1.2. & 3 bdrm
drm.
a p a rtm e n ts. Southwoo<
Apartments 43^0226
1—
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a ato d , Ju«t edi 73»0C31.
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HORSE.
9 yr. old sorrel OH
qgolding, 15 h a n d s. 1200
IIbs. C ^ , b een kn arena,
b r u s h , t r o lls , f e e d l o t .
$3000.423-4102, e v e s *
ED EN 1 05 a c r e s u n d e r
p iv o t. P r e f e r a b l y f o r
potatoes. 825-5234
■
----------------------
TW IN F A U S , F o r R o n t:
Com m ercial office /re ta il
a p a c e , com er lo c alio n a.
I g . w in d o w a . a p p r o x .
2 ,1 0 Q sq .fL :h o ai& w a to r
p d ., a ls o h a s off a i r e o t
p ark in g , avail, now . L o c a te d e t 338 3nd S t. E ..
Twin Falld. CaD 733-4747.
J
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CATTLE. Dairy herd, 130
cows lor sale. 537-6579.
HORSE. AOHA1998 sorrel
riDy, Doc Bar and Skippor
W B ro o d iy ^ 734-7955,
H O R S E S -M u s t
S'
s o lll
P a in ts a n d Q H 's. c o lts,
[!
reining cow h o rse , also,
„nk » gray m ara. 934-5733.
TWINFALLS---------------
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1341 Ktmborly Rd. S^OO/■
$385/mo. 733-6452.
TWIN FALLS. H O TEL 3
$100M k.& $360/m onth.
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O F F IC E *
T W IN F A L L S - . a r « n d
RETAILSPACE
Mont* • 3 bdrm . 2 b a th ,
g a ra g o . $650 u p .379
* * TWINFALLS * *♦
Lonoro. Call 733-6207H
—
* * JEROME * *
TWIN FALLS • 2 bdrm.
1
*. 1
S o s f R alos S Locollons;
b a th . Stovo. rolrig. DW. & RETAIL a OFHCE S p a c e
W D.'Nopots..737-0067*.
2 ; S h o p * ( e v e r t» a d d o o r « )
TWIN FALLS - 3 bdrm..., 2
T o m a n y a tz e a &
. bom .377M om lngsW oD
r.
Dr.
lo c a tio n s to l i s t
‘ O os/A C . Main floor unit
jnit
Noed a spaco to loaso??
! w /g a ra g o . S605 * 5 5■00
00
W e will find II for youl
: dop. Coil T rB coy736«03.
^
T ID W E L L J E N K S
T W IN FALLS - BEAUTlF U L N E W 2 b d tm .2 b am .
Z o r o lo i duplox. ro frlg .
S ’ jEROME-12<»
on
an
r a n g o . microwavo, DW.
N. Lincoln. O o se lo Court
d is p o s a l. W/O hook-up.
f j jl
H ouse. Can 3^4^S66^ ■ g a s fir o p la c o , c o n tro
oir/hoot. patio. 2 c ar ggaa ­ TW lNFA LLS-oHlcospaco
ro g o . desirable location,
Sn,
avail. 1/15. 1430 & 1440
Filer Avo. E a s t Call 734n o iim o k ln g . n o p o t s .
$ 8 5 0 . Call 734-6360JI
S360. Roosonablo roritl ■
m o TWIN IFALLS
: N ow 2 bodroom. Rango.
go,
Olfico L eases Avaiiablo
• rofrlg. Microwavo. diahah- ■
Bluo Lakos Blvd.'
' w a s h o r . W/O. O as firoro KImborty Rd, Eastland Dr.
ptoco.AC.WotortSantatk5n
ion
Various Sizes & R atosi
paid, N oar school & park.
rk.
Call Slovo 734-4334
ELWOOD & EVANS
H allow a Property
734-1401
M anagem ent
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H
I
T W W FA L L S. L arg o 2
b d r m . 2 b a th d u p lo x
w/appl., gorago. No pets.
$525 + dop. C al 733-1804.
U u re lP a i1 ( A p a itm eK
n ts
its TWIN FALLS. Lg. 2 bdrm.
176 Maurico Sirool
Firoplaco, all appls. W/D
Twin Fan*
ho o k u p , so m e utils, p d .
_________734-4195
$47&+dop. Call 734-1556.
TWIN FALLS Studio. $28i
'<2as
t w i n f a l l s . Oulol 2
. + dop. Util, pd, 761 Moir
M rm . 2 bath doluxe
• W .N opots.Cdn326-M^^77
77
onorgy offideni opt.
T w i n f a l l s (Z) i bdrm
Jrm.
S560/m o.-1 bdmi, o p t
a p t s . A p p ls . i n c . Nc
N0
$425. Elevator, socuro
pots/smoking. S350/mo-t
no+
undorgroond porking,I$150 dop. 734-3303M■
now or buikJing. 734-2556.
56.
------ T W IN f a l l s . S U P £SB
A
;
D
E
A U 2 bdrm. 2 ba m . in
A FFO RD AB LE
^
now
4-plox.
$450/mo.
No
N o w e ri. 2 4 3bdnn.
^
smoking
or
pots.
Call
734apartm ents with 2 boths.
64S 2 o r7 3 4 -8 5 2 2 .a
All oppUancos. spadous.
C all Now 734-1600i ■ TWIN FALLS. Taking ap plicattons for a s e c u re 2
T W IN F A L I s C o z y 1
I J
- bdrm . 1 bath opi. $399Aix>
' bdrm . opts. Kitchon appls.
^
$ 1 5 0 dep. Located n o a r
No pots/smoUflg. $350i<73
dow
ntow n, crodit c hock
.c k
■ d o p . ind. uliis. 735^)473,
—
roq.733-2218,Tow nC n»t
TWINFALLS
^
jll,
T W N FALLS. Vory nto? 2
Excoltent 3 bdrm. 2 balh.
3 ■
M m i. duplox. cuW o-sac.
ac.
Spactous largo closots,
J'
G ro a t location. O a ra g e ,
prWato patto and parking.
I rg y r d .A C .D W .W D
WINTER SPECtAUI Movo
-t„_
hookups, lawn coro, $560
In beloro 1-31 and rocolvo
+ dop. Call Tom 737-3924.
$420 oft roni.
Coll Now a t 206-734-1600.
I
605
I
T W lN F A llS -----------------5, _ J R O O M S F O R R ^
« Q u a ]IC rM k A p ts« ■
•H oliday Special*I*
1,2,3 Bdrms $335-495
^95
■ ^ FA RW RANCH
"
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bE
SHARES 150 a c .
gp
SRSC.
Shares for ram for
m
2001.670-2480
BEET STOCK S nake
r
R tvorS o9ar155acros.
For rent or salo. Call
5
532-<266.or
431-0555
BUNKS, free stand- TRAkCTO
CT) R, 1 9 6 7 1-806
jn gg , lo r g o a t s , s h e e p ,
eatiand w/»ve hydrauWheatiJ!
ho rs
>rses. D iffereni s iz e s .
Ues & ig.
ig hoavy duty Dual
de r. DISK. IHC (1 )1 0
ive feed, bottor anim al
loader,
Save
v/Ram. Can 734-7608.
■alth; less d e an -u p . Can
iLw/Rai
Iwan
543-:
____________ t r a cCTOR,
to
1980 JD 4440.
30 h o u r s , r a t e d 130
M SETS, 15KW to 400
/V, u so d , g a s , d ie s e l .
HP,. 125
12. D yno. A C /cab.
aJ rl pI l i l S . 9 0 0 .
J Sopp a n e. Big s e le c tio n ,
ho n y 0 9 3 4 -6 6 6 3 .ev o . ,
CaDi
iD867-1919.*» '
fTEO TO BUY 25000RSE TRA ILER . 1996
)00 b u sh o l g r a in bin.
•
^ 9 ,^^
indownor Exocutivo, 3
rago. Loaso to buy or
chase. Purc h ase to inJlSIf
ml dressing n » m , oxc!
e l ud o^ la n d & b ln . P a u l
cond
od.$64 0 0 ,9 3 4 -9 0 6 8 .»
0.436-6666.438-5546
, ^
miEVER, New Holland W AN
TE t o b u y o ld e r
MTED
i52,vorygoM cortd.O n
small
111 m
manuro sproadors,
«2Chovy tnick. $8000.
PTC
0 o01r g r o u n d d r iv e ,
ptonj
oaso can 206-788-3348.
working
rking o r non-w orklng
-------drtioo. 324-5858.
3DLE, usod, B on Tor“ ndrtio.
SAOO
rel,
I, oxc,
e
cond. 539-6663,
I t7
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• Mty
Grea
ja«d,JuW o n 73^0931.
oat Christmas id o a .*
etMi4a«d,
f e eJO
d
H l i l i m iH
H ifi
B o ttar look a t th is ocMlI
Nowor 3 bdmi, 2 bam .
W/D hookup, g arag e.
AC, dishwasher.
Cloor Springs Apartn>om9
ws.
Coll M id ^ . 734-4334
Hallow* P r o tm ty
U anagem w it
‘f W H F i O I S ----------------S r > 1 T £ A P T S . 2 3 2 22nnd
(
A v e. N. $300. -$ 3 5 0 . h
d o p . Complimontary laun
d ry fadlities.
C O L O N U L A P T 3 ,S tu a o i
a v o ila b lo Im m e d iately
$ 2 6 5 + dop. in d u d o s h o a
8. w ater.
B R A W L E Y R EA LTY
■Y
734-5858
TWIN FALLS. (2) 1 bdm i
a p t a . $ 3 5 0 /m o .+ $ 2 0 C
d e p . Can 2 0 8 - 7 3 3 ^ 9 J
TWIN FALLS. I b d m T i p t
N opots.
Call 733-5374.B
TWIN FALLS. 1 bodroom,
wim stovo & refrigorator
$260. Can 208-734-5325.
T W IN F A L L S . C l e a n . 1
M rm duplex, $295. Rofrig
Ifrig
sto v e & part util. 734-5483
TWIN FALLS. Duplox foi
r o n t, 3 b d rm . 1 b a th ,
OM
garago. $500.733-5590.1
T W IN F A L L S . E X C E P T tO N A L : 2 bdrm . D/W ,
rofrig., ran g e , d isp o sa
l,
}al,
p riv a lo util. rm . w /WJIO
/D
h o o k - u p , A C, 2 s p aICO
co
p a r k in g . No p o ts or
sm oking.«475.734-6360.
^ ‘H ear th e quiet!
et!
Oualily ccfnforts.
Alfordablo prkas.
2 b d m i units avaiioblo.®Call 735-0473
_
T W 1 N F A I.L S S lu d io 2
bdrm..foncod yard. Idaho
H ousing approved. $395
+ dop. Call 734-6694.H
TWINFALLS------------------
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your dassifled a d
^ to u s a t
t tn a d O m lcro a n et
tw
HORSES.
Several C hristHOI
mmai s k id s b o r s e s . C a n
doBvor.C
all734-3507.*
do
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& TWin Fallf I s -------- —
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A P T S ffiU PL E XSE sS
CIRCLE
J , 2 horse traitor,
J
fully
enckMod, new tires,
”
$2 1 0 0 .324-6 9 4 5 Ji
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CNB,
*95, 2 horse slant, w/
f, . l a c k r o o m , l o t e o l
ig
c h ro m e , e x c . c o n d .
$3,600. CaOe37-6614.B
TWW FALLS P m o M m l
Office a p a c e fo r le a a e .
.65« sq . f t plus utUlttes.
3 5 0 0 a q .f l . a v a ila b le ,
734-5633736-7302
T W W F A iiS
Shpp«W are(touM /O rnc«
E astfandD r.,Paf1cAva..
•
KlmberiyRoad
V a r io u s s ^ f r o m
3 0 0 -1 1 W 0 e q .ft.
CaB Stove 7 3 4 ^ 3 3 4
H sU owt P ro p e rty
M anaow nent
H t g l o V a l l ti
_
y
I
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- E 8 T lm o 8 - N e w rs,
8 .1T w in F a lls , I d a h o W ed n es<
e s d a y , O o c « m b « r2 7 ,2 0 0 0
^
■ THACTOR. 1051
105
: Forfluson. TO 30.Mn
In oxcol. lont cond. Dili 734-
WOOD STOVE - (3)
3) 1■ Asp o n . 1 -T lm b o rlln
lln o lbullor. Coll &44-25tE
519.
I i
^j^^JRRIGATTOh
lO N ^ I
.
:
:
:
P IV O T , '9 6 Zimma
im a tlc .'a
to w o r.6 S 0 ll.C o'ofT
m p lo lo
w /p u m p . ponol.I. bbiu b b lo
s c r o o n & draooon
n liltor.
F ilar, $16,000,734W H E ^L U N E S. (2)^
2) M milo
Thundorbtrd whool
ool linos.
• S 2 7 0 0 o o c h , Call
; a ll 7 3 1 1637 Of 825-5203.1
^
W H E E t LINES. (3)"
o n d m ovo. G ood c
S 2750 oach. 989-50:
n s i
817
M ISC FO R SAAL, c
708
HAY, GRAIN
^
FEED
U
A D
‘
R
R
T I M E S C U S S I FFIIE
i D
A L FA L FA hay soco
ocond &
D E P A R T M EiN
N IT
Ihird cutting approx.
i38
208-734-553J
t o n s tn la rg o h"Sli
a ll i'o°S
s q u a r e b a les. Eaa;
“s^ar^o'=a'
208-677^542
c o s s C loar'L aK=oos
lin g s o r
(B U R L E Y )
5 4 3 - 4 6 1 6 ovoninc
loavo mossago.B!_______ “ g o c a r t 6 hp. 6 yoo
G R A S S HAY MIX,
1: i f o r
!, is
old. C all644-1730.1
^
/
h orso s. Sfd&^lihcu
* * ★ * * * * * * * * *t *<* *
d a iry hay. 731-074
0741 o r
DIABETICS
326-42 70 ovos. only
S u p p lie s m allod toi yi
your
HAY • 3fd & 4ih, 2-strmg
2-S
hom o a t no cost. Wo
fio bill
1 10 Ib. O alos. IVilf
iVill so li
M odicaro/socond insi,
n sura; small amounts, 324-5C
4-5082*
nco. Call 1-800-762-77
1-7704.
*************1
; HAV • 3rd culling. 5.
• D a l e s , a n y a mn o iu n l .
MICROWAVE OVEN
approx. 23 tons. 543-5
43-5776.
S h a r p C a ro u so l. S;
op diary
R o c k o r , g lid o r. jr
gro
H A Y - 8 0 ton 3rd crop
(
oon
h a y in
ton balos.
os. Call
w/matching ottornan. $
U sod 6 mos, 733-059(
544-2519.
HAY - A pprox. 200
1 n .’ MISC.. Now U K or'e co
00 to
. sm all balos. $90 por lon.
m o n 's M. $ 7 5 . L ltl
: Call afiomoons 326~<2
5-4247M
TykOB c a r b e d w/ m.
m atlor, o a i
tross. $125.326-8626.
' HAY d a iry & (oodor.
h ay 4 straw, l.ntgo balos.
bai
PLAY STATION II (or so
• Calt 731-3471 days.
/s.
S460 or bosi o((or, Ploa
'loaso
734-3509 oves.B
call 208-736-6266.
: HAY QUALITY 1st crop
C,OP50
rem em ber
tons. 60 Ions 3rd& 4ir
>lacod
■ 1
H C
crop 75 Ib balos. 678-2i
■ I
' H A Y - W o n tin g too bbiu y ,
Tim, A/oivs? Nowtetho
is th
^81
i
>
q u a lity 4lh cullingg dairy
di
time to como pick up)yyo
our
^
: hay. 736-7630 loavo
■'0 IT
picturos. Slop by rho
Tho
■
_
: H A Y. (1 2 1 ) 1 lon bbal
a lo s.
Cuslomor Son/ice Dop
- (40) sm . balos, Ig.. & sm.
■
todayl
• Quaniiios, CalI324-215'
2^S7.»
s m it h CoronaPW P,4l5
; h a y . 4 ifi & 5th cutlii
jllm g ,
w o rd procetfto r, usm
ised
- c a m stored or larpod.
ed. ftost
vory litilo, $200.423-137
: (rom 200-240 RFV.^SSi1 2 0
T H A C T O H S ,JD B s.teiii
^udelivcrod.Call324-714{ *
titu lly ro sto ro d . Wool
ould
• HAV.-5 Ion covorod1 gr;
g rass
m o k e s u p o r Christm
a
^mas
n .................... a g f
h a y . S 8 0 p e r io n1.. A ny
p ro so n t.C aII73 M 6 9 I.I
qijantity. Call 324-7401
!5£U E W A N T E D 10 O u y oIld
d oc r g
HAY. Approx, 55 lont quailqu
sm all manure sproadon
Iy aKalla (ecdor hay,
ly, G
800
P T O o r g ro u n d d rIv t
lb. b a le s. 3rd & 4ih1 crop.
cn
w orking or non-workln
580/lon. 934-810-l.mss
msg.B
condilion. 324-5858.
HAY. Now seeding, cJatr^
, tocdor, 1st, 50 ion xXS^^a ^
iii
2 n d . 220F1FV. 20 ion
to n x
lUUSiCALINSTmiUENTS
S95. Call 2O0-934.5443
»4 3
■
■
,
I,
ELEC
I
k IC GUrTAR, Fonc
ST R A W / to r s a lo . sm ;
O fSquiro.6stnngw/G X1:
b a le s, any amount. 62
C
ralo
amp.
Ind.
carryini
•________
4115. 420-3452.B
_____
b o g. sIrap & vidoo, nov
cond,S275/o(Jor. 5 4W ^20
/• '
l j
r S :
*
PIANO
KimCallSpinoi, SIOOO.
- --------- Call 324-5598.------- “ — s m ----------PIANO m o v in g
ANTIQUES &
‘ 733*1293
COLLECTIBLES
USED G rand Digital Con
____
solo, Spinoi 4 Old Uprigh
Ikp
ianos.
Call 734-811S.B
BENCH -D cocon Oak!?,=
w 'h y ' B U Y A P I A N O
llip top. Early 1900
5.
•i___
WHEN YOU CAN RENT'.
SlOOO/otfer. 934-0124
C a ll K o ith J o r g o n s o r
HUMMEL. 3 school boys.
boy
1100.
733-1298.
I f . app ra ise d ai SiiOi
5.CV0 ■ ■—
■— :
Now S950. 733-8363. ev
;
' H
W A H i m T O B U YJ I
PALLETS - 4 0 'x 4 « * . will
III
p a y t o p d o l l a r . C a lfll
2 0 8 ^ -2 7 2 6
\
WANTED 7 0 0 0 b u slw ls of
thon com . C a n B2S-S667
g io b o s ( o r g f o b o ^ b b c ^!
^
-TV8A TEU JTES
cHA lfidA W dSuhi, Musky,
losA onsu). G a s &' on por-'
20* l™* ber, 00^ co oid.
d . U so d dlroct T V 8 0 t« lllla«
calaM signs, V aftex signs,
4 3 6 -3 0 6 8 0 1 4 5 6 ^
aystoma. Can 734-6852.
S icunhorS tlnksfO iiquail«
;?! WANT TO BUY Straw
oil c a n s . W ill p a y u p to
M
tobaJ«for2001. CaD
$ 5 0 0 ( o r u n r t e d 0 l l .*
w S^I^Sm slm odoI*!**
7 3 1 - 5 4 ^ orB25-5463
Husky, Booline, o r Roadj
King d a s p u m p g lo b e s .,
W A N T T O B U Y : C o l lI
678-3114
_
pylhoo etalnlosa stool 6 '.
C all S lo v o L y n c h 6 7 f l.
F U tr u pper itouso in Twm
in
1201in Burloy
Ptoaso call 20a-733>a7BI..
Falls. Cheap prtco,. havo
J?. WANTED Com T op for a
cash. 423-5670 aflor 6pm
■ g-A nrE 6 M . n r . . . ; a . .;
-J
sman PU. 6' box.
" h u n tin (^ h 6 u n o s ,
springs, full; g o o d ,c lo an ;
Call423-6291 •
BkxxJ,W alkof8.Bluo
biko b o sk e ts; TTho W ay
WANTED • Pop a n d C andy*
tides. 436-3068 o r
LMng With. Lovo*: horso
machino a n d sm all
^
436-6257
docorativo Kama; c o n l la,
eoftcossion trailer.
bkl covor. CaiJ 735^X)37
Cod 6780477 o r 678-7723. :
uood ptarw? Wo pay ca sh
; W jO fTED TOBUY Bladt^
foryour usodplano.
W ANTED 16’ a lu m in u m1
smith lools, trip h a n v n o rs
Keith JofB#n»«n
b o a t w /trailor. W ilh o rr
etc. CoU Lauron a i
733-1296
I withoui motor. 544-2662 |
208-543-4579
i____
HAND BRAKE <8 - SSOO
,3 0 0
LattM* starting a l $1301
4 up. M ills $ 3 5 0 0 4I up.
up
Now 4 usod oquiomonL
inL
Call U u ro n a t 643-5698
698
—
SH O P S U rm Mark V
(Mocfol 510) w /stranor^ kit
ro uter, b a n d sa w . w orl
s h o p a c c o e s o r y p kk gp.
p r o jo c ts 4 v id o o . ALL
B R A N D N E W . n o vvooir
boon out ol boxos.
S2500/olfor. 5 8 7 -6 435
3 5Bi
~E-MAILyourclassl(io(
Iliod ad
to us at
tw in dO mlcron.n*
t-net
----------7 --------
F A X
(
r mr
AIR AMERICA, a i r co
p rtM o r, e,S h.p.. 6 0?3 0rS
ga« "220 Blntllo stago.
h iiir
CAR ROOF RACK- fTt
w /occ. & Irg. rockot
$ 3 5 0 . W o o d « to
w/pipo. $175.734-93!
Y O
"I
I
W2
| T 0 0 1 5 « A C H W3 ^
\WANTED T O BU V 16 ft.
travel trailer in lo p cond.
Ploasa can 20e-734-7fl08.
r
'W a n t e d io b u y > u s e d
foosball (abla a n d u so d
- y ^ p la n o .C a ll
,
■ W AHTCDTOBUY:
W ooden Vanity.
Can 734-5731.
.
V
in g m a to i^ ^ x e , m ^
sMing, plyw ood, p a rtld a
board, chain .link fen c e ,
Ploasa caD 2 0 8 -733-065a
"
W A N T E D tobuy;
U sed S n o w b o a rd . In good VANTED:
U
m
OUciocfcs. Also
cond. C 0B 324-6458
ol
oldor
w ood ffle c ab in e ts.
hMivomsg.
| Can
C 736-6210.
- Coitffauu l o s i n J W vi m
L ow est
!lnterest..liL o w e s t P a yur n e n t O f T h e
Hiu
I
■■4
GE.
................ W ASHER & DRYER., GE
1 yoa r old. S400 for pair,
pan
2208
C ash. Call 208-320-220.
BOS
or d a y s 208-324-2805
W A S H "E R /b R Y E R s e i
K e n m o r o o x c . c oo'nd.’
nd
S 2 5 0 . S i n g le w a shhoorr.
4805
S125. W arranty. 736-480:
; W ASH ER /D RY ER, slaci
, set. S200. Small 5 cub»
:ubic
II F R E E Z E R ,S I O0O0 .
i87i.
Pleaso call 208-326-6871
-----f~ '
~
804 .
g BUILDING MATERIALS
GRAN'I t E s h e e t s , tin
isned. 6 'v tt.X9’-3 (i.X r gt
a,'g
lo rS 4000 Call 867.1919.
: i
809
; |_ ^ O M P U T E R S
p ^A U S T R A L IAN S H E• P
ow.
' HERD pups, roady nowT
ars
Christm as or Now Yoors
uli• p u p s. Intolligoni. boaulilully mftrkod. 6 wooks.
$75. Call 645-2235.
B O R D E R CO LLIE AKC
R eg. puppios, Award winning paronis. Good workmg animals. Call 024-5586
C H IN E S E PUG pupplos.
AKC. (awn. 2 malos, 1st
s h o ts , dow claw s, $350.
208-654-2433, kiavo msg
;rgFIR E W O O D • hardw ood,
mixod. & pino. will dolwer.
■
.. Call2O0-735-O553.
•I FIR E W O O D Clack locusi
,.
lor salo. Call 324-0422joor
324-3033
JP5:
FIREWOOD Cul/sphi tiord,20
• wood S90/PU load. S120
71
•. cofd. Y6 u P U .324-7C97.H
—
' FIREW OOD. Mixed, up to
4 cords a t S125 por cord
581
split & dolivorod. 324-3681
iii
I FUHNrrURE i CARPET
^
S!
BED • King size Liko now.
E n g la n d o r L alox. S500
w/(ramo. 9343-0124
DAY B E D . o x c . c o n d ..
b r a n d n o w m a ttr o s?s,•
Si75/oflor. 324-8425. _
“ q u e e n SIZE PILLOW'
TOP MATTRESS SET
T
Shli in plastic, S260.00,
734-8001
^
RE C LIN E H S • 2 Irg size!
good cond. noutral color
• S200/Otter. 324-6002. _
iir,
: ^ F A •lo u o so a l & cMair.
light b lu o .t oak coKoo ta­
blo, 2 o ak ond tablos & 2
■ tablo lig h ls. S4no. 733; 2130 or 734-2 7 3 1 /Lynn
a tT M n F a ls C o u M /^
O reunda
< Ja(k M t)A 7l h - '- ‘
Ven d o tsW a m ad
V
63M4
1^4430- R M A d m l e ^
Y e a r!
"
1
F
f
f
i
H B
s t
(C
h
a
n
Ic e
T
To Saa
w
e
. . I. ■
NEW' Hlazda
a
P ro te g e
FulyLoada
xfed, Po«« W h k m , Po«er Lodo,
/£ A
*■
A C.Cruise,A ulo,CO _____ _
i'
p ll
s k iS P
--------------------------J
I
W S4!
m
^
aMVP
j i j g
R i y L oad e d l2 S U x i Doon
n.«C ;tiioL ftM rLixta,
,
f o m W n S m ,o m
m cn A fc y W tirti
_
<
m
fly ip p iu
.
.r.
m
M a id a 6 2 8
R d y Loaded, Auto, AC, P o « r
W Ifxiows,,Pow Lodes, AloyW heeh
/ ■ ;//...M l
i
/
------------
.
_
..
/
•
^ I
;NS«Maida B-1
rSeiles
• • - .
S ;:^ f t^ L o a d K l,A u k v A C ,P t» w
l M oM ^tanrL ati^
irV
Cnrin;4iiQu
Q udU
IT /
c
GERMAN Shorthalr. AKC.
show winners, fomalo. 6
wks, $350. Can 32-:-50e2«
GERMAN SHORTHAIRS,
C alifornia bloodlines, 5
m alos. Call 536-I526.H
G O L D E N R ET R IE V E R
P u ppios AKC. Boautilul,
oxc, com panions. S275.
436-5627 or431-7223
H E E LE R p u p p ie s S75.
S o m Oct 3rd. 1 malo, 1
fomalos. Call 732-5450M
L A B S , A K C ,C h o c o lo to
pops, strong champ Imos.
OFA hips. $300,324-2654
mm
P
fm
H hmmmrm
mm
ME
U
S250.423-4411JI
‘
LABS, Chocolato, AKC.
shots, dowclaws,
hip 4 oyo gUarantoeiJ,
G rand Siro is 1996
National Field Champion.
Excopiional bloodlinos.
Malos $300. Fomakis $350.
206-463-03Z3. N smpoB
L O S T B la c k .A u s tra lla n
S h o p a r d w/whlto pa tch
and rod collar, 678-4004
MINIATURE D a c h sh u n d
p u pplos. (2) $200 oach.
Coll 543-8122. ■
~ P O O D L E S - A K C TINY
TOY 1 malo- $300 ond 1
812
I
lomalo. $ 500.423-5935.B
H E A T IN G &
i ■
..H E D JlaolatpuppJos-oulof. ■AIB-C,QNDIT1QNING
ml
working paronts.
Call 733-7191,■
i'U O A L LU M P& b'lU K E TT
R UHM I J U . i lh wook old
Mooro'o Inc. Hanson
malo. $200 or bosi offor.
423-5533
_
Call ovonings. 536-5727J l
.
R A ^ S A I^
= =
O O D H FUor F l s « U a i ta l
*®9?
-J:
Irli
DALMATIAN - purobrod
puppios. 9 wks old. SI 50.
■
324-1414 leave msg. ■
FREE HuKios puppios.
5 m ales 4 2 fomalos.
Call 324-4101 .
FREE to a good Home. 12
12
w k. o ld fo m a lo c a licCO
o
k itt o n . V ory p la y fu l 44
loving. Call 676-7865
I
.
P E P m ^ o S h !^
■ . .
om
A
M[ m
ays tenII
11JIST M
iflflRSTl “
I Wined
COMPAQ Pontlum1.
j. WIN98. 56 K modem. CD FREE, fem ale Hooler X. 1
<■ -ROM. sp e ak e rs, moniior
yr. old. spayod & dockod.
Jh
$349. C all 733-1110.
SJw o d o n 't h a v o e n o u g h
—
lim e to w ork w ith h o r.
i
's i o
1
P lo aso call 536-6639 or
. I
FIR E W O O D
I
324-2741.
I
. .
WOU
SAL
SALTA
tion
P E T S & SU P P L IE S I
802
APPLIANCES
i
1970. I n t e r a s t a d In a t totes a n d c o la c tio n a .'M
733-1322
o r7 3 3 < 6 8 ^
P*
HnjjRl
I Ja
3
WAN
VANTED: V k ita o t B a itia
doli
do
le an d doCMna. 19S&*
r n r . . il M i f 4 D a
I
iio
^Pa^W utM no733»1ffl1^
i
;
i
W
AK
WANTED;
O ld m ilita ry
mad
ty la ii.ty lo > a .p r ta i^
ddoa
o c u n an is, u n i t o r m i . ^
F a lls —
i^ Bml l
^
W ANTED'AKCHInlS o ti n a u ia r l o r a tu d
aivfea. CaD734-^12. ■
WAKTED; Boat, tmiof mo.
tor.
wflt trade .for a campb
ind
trtfer, Cal 324-1374.
~
WANTED: Deoorallona.
aerv
* 1c«Acwnpaignmedall.
premium p r l ^ (or
•
nam ed o rn u m b erad
pieces. Pleaea call Paul
R
Nu^733-t6Q1.
=7
fixer upper 4
'"WANTED:
J
•heeler* for Chrtsttno*.
Any condWoa 733-6471.
WANTED:
Full alza matWi
trees
tr &box sprina wtth or
without
frame. Must ba
«
d o a a Can 329-4043.
_
J
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S 3 4 B l u e L a k o s B3 hM . U .
T W IN F A L L S
^
B O O S 3 3 -a s t
w w w .c o n p a u loo s
.c o n ^
J _ _ _ _
7- 3
5
- 3
9
C
^0 0
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f E B O U L E \VV
A R D !
e
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B
G e th k M
u
I48UONTHS.OAC.BSERBPICI
ICKUPO%24UON1tiSPRiCE/PAY
>AyilillTPijisTAX,miflDEAl
IEAERD0CFEE0Ft12liia0AC./
^ADBFIBMillUIiy 3,20111.
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I
W e d n e s d a y , D e c e m b e r 22)7 ,2 0 0 0 , T lm w - K e w s , T wrin
in F a ils , ( d a h o E 9
^
t H
E
A
C
8 1 0 0 0 0 . *99. 670 eummtt Fl
F O R D - 1 9 8 5 » to n PU . DOI
K)D (; e . '‘98. quad cab, H
X. 42 5 milo*, cover. boK.
r
now
starter, tiros and mT.,
T .,S L T pko..w /nborglass
pluO *.<5000.837-461SJi
(
dlo,’
AT. tran* robuilt, bod
cai
c ap. a o tho candy, immaliner.
$ 3 2 5 0 .734-2393JI
^ fc e. $22,000.3 2 M 1 7 Z
eu
I SN O W P L O W 7 h ft. w /
*
I
m o o rt Honda 6 J h p snow FORD
F<
- 1994 F J50, OKC. FO
f
=ORD
• 2001 F160 XLT.
^ G E
^ 'B o b l y W o i f f
btow #r$7S5.324<»011.
ct o n d itio n . OOK m ilos, 6
oxt
e x t c a b . 5.4 Wor V8. PL.
cylinder,
5 sp d . .CD. tool
PV
III
5^ W RIDER snowmobUo
PW . p o w o r m irrors, lilt,
«
box.
p o sh bar. $6500. Can .AV
s u it. B ra n d n e w . n e v e r
J
AM/FM. C D , roar slidor.
.
NORTH
.
1M7.A
5£ 4 3 ^ 1 or 543-4372.
worn. 2 ploco. XXL Now
uum
n d o r 3 5 0 0 mllos. P265
A Q 6
tiros.
$ 3 5 0 . will soli for $150. FO
FC R D -07 F250 XLT U rtat
UlS $24,999/offor. 543V J 6 2
7 3 5 ^ 1 6 8 o r 732-6064.
4368.R
otaiipricoS30,t15
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734-7552
r
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S
8
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=
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roar
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I
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tow.
w
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traiiors.
38K
origi»KQa4
FLATBED trallor, 16'.
*
tiros, g roat car. 38Kmis.
nal
*2i
♦ 4 3 2
C arh au ler.n o arty n o w .
" ow nor miles. Vory woil
$24.50C^offor.
1788-3663
maintainod. Call, day 436- —
Can 734-5380. ■
* A 7
1 7 7 0 . e v e n in g s , 6 7 7 - PO
®R" D F 2 5 0 XLT, 1992,
oxt.
4548. $28,000
oxt c a b , 4 6 0 ongino. 5
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ib le r B o tii
|
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AVIATION
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miloa. Exc. cond. Bodlincon
cond..
Cali d57-223a.B
■
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Iding:
FORD
R a n s e r. 1992.
s«e a t , SSSOO/olfor. C all
^
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,
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5*
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,
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ORD. 1980, F-150. short
V ico b o d & r a c k . Now
3N T ^ A apaii*', j
box. e xtra tiros & wheels,
l i r e s . $ 3 7 0 0 . C a ll
^
Pj
DOOd
1002
H
r736-9997
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f oORD,
r i Bronco, 1995, 'E dMounted
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whools
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I
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L oathorsoats.
V T . $450. Iso lw /stu d s ■■ S tttH B tU G tO f ia
* K J9 3
:w /o w tioola. $300. Coll "
all
1
Jii luxury
o p tio n s . Now
• V A 75
- B2&-S190 aftor Spm.M
:iros. 4 w h e e l anti-lock.
•87 D o d g e Ram 4x4
llfoj
J1Kmilo3.1ikonowl$16K.
♦ 8 7 ..
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61K
^35-0330 or 732-5677*
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I
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r t ^ m en than
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laced'afl b e ts o n ,
to d in g th e sgade) ace
ac with E u t ;
e r jh o p e to b e a t
sh was fiili^ led,.
v j t o Sotilh ata ie sc ip
e with gam e.
iped
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pot w hat w ent
. wnm g.'
. , ■
W est le d h is club
clu q u e e n to
^■*^fommy’s k in g , anc
and S o u th le d
d u n n q /s h e a rt j a ^
- n e s s e a g a in s t th e h c w t ^ e e n .
West took h is ace an
and saw it was
tim e fo r d esperateB action.
a
I t w as
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^ eight m i­
id win
.D ior-suit tric k s a nldd ia t le a st o n e
.;:h e a rt tric k to mak<
ak e h is g a m e .
Clearfy, W est had to hope
I
for four
I^quidc spade tzid a.
t'
P l a ^ g f o r E aiss t to ho ld t h e
spade ace, West ledd aa lo w s p a d e to i
East’s ace and.a1ow
ow spade c a m e .
>l!back to W e s t’s king
ing. H o w e v e r,;
I T::^iien W est cashedlhhiis ja c k .n o 10
t;; feli, a n d th e defcns(
n se collaj, ed .
tl; W ishing fo r th e spai
ipade ac e w ith
E ast w as n o t e n o ug ^h '- W e s t a l M
; needed E a s t to have
ive four spades
;: o r t h e spade 10.
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3Ut? He should
S
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instead of lead- North
£ o u th
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i- tinues with th e treyy to
tc East’s ace, ^ A
?•
'^ an d a tiiird spade back
bac gives th e
iR : Two n o -tro m p . Issu e
>: defenders th e entiree ss]p a ite s u it
ANSWER;
lu lo g a m e w hile denyWhat a cruel Jokei W
n e r t ih l l ic t e d a n in v itaation
e-card sp a d e s u i t
! ;on him self] His wish
Ish cam e tru e , mgaGve-c
; b u t S o u th s till m ade
id e his g a m e ,
,
;• Leading the king woul
'Duld iiave cost
^ :a tric k if E a d t didn'
d n ’t h av e th e
• 's p a d e ace. However,
—
■er, this w a s a
qacMloi* to TIM Accs.ro Da DIML
>;sm all p rice to pay'tto
o defeat th e
X 7 M leB dotlti|iN o.ididleitt*<
’^garne w itenever E^ost
u l h eld “o n ly "
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t : the A-x-x of spades.
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• now ,$ 750.C all644-1541.
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3
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904
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m otortw mo. tow miloaoo,
good cond. Can 734-2027.
W IL D E R N E SS . 2000, 2 7
fl., Q u o e n / b u n k b o d s ,
u se d th ro e limos, stored
undor shod, can 73&0989.
miI
I C A M P E R S /S H E L L SS
fc — —
USED CAMPER SHELLS
o u a o ty condition.
M any 0izos/modol3.
M ust son. 678-0103 - |
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b r o w n i n g b p s 10 on.
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S
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']®r> p a in t. $ 6 0 0 0 InvoB tod,
s a c r i f i c e f o r $ 3 5 0 tor
0.
788-<573«
4
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tonnoau covor, Iroe
whools. D ays 733-1128.
~ ovonings 734-4793.
C^H RY SLER 7 5 Imporlal
LoBaron. Llko new. 48k
itm b . Must #00 to opproc­
iato. $ 3000. 734-6915
K
FORD
h Ton . 1965. 352.
4
4S spd.. now brakos & olc.
~ES1500/offor. 734-9743.
FORD 1960. FoJcon Woo°
o n . w h ile , low origlrtal
J milos. runs & tooks good.
$ 1200. Call 543-6099.B
FC
FORD.
-63. Thunder Bird.
4
49K orig. mis., oxc. cond.
*$9.000. Can 837-6614.M
1006
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■
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'
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nunm
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i
dktsei.
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q
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*23,995
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yio d o r, cab,.rkk>.comrol..4.. __
Voul find oxcoptional twr.
$yd.. 70% tiros, oxc. cond.,
$48,500. Call 539-5839.
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CIMNeE_
S TO MAKE THE=VERY BEST DE
lEaLS!
3DGE '9 9 Durango 5.9
lor SLT. Loathor Inlorior-
s 'utiytoododii $26,250.
Call 734-g377a
‘3,995
p
H
5)M erc:ury
I
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3 6 i j » n l l |j l W m t o g r :
erent
h
■
■
■
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I C . m a n u a l . 7 5 .0 0 0
niles. tots of accossorios.
:an 736-0 9 8 9.1 .
I
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i
ilq per trar. $ 4 3 0 0 a p rriuofcin an d i
u id tx c -litk -d o cfix S n ?.
3 6 m o n ih .l 2 ^ m i lq
?
” 1099
HEVY TAHOE '97 4 dr.
tow tiros, toadod. $19,500
136-111SorS3t-5119
HEVY. '91.SllvoroOostop
lido. 3 5 0 . low m is.. '69
Jh ev y
lon Silvorado.
150, AT. sholl, 326-4845.
^
I N (C^O L
s
3:URA,
^ / Integra, LS, 1987.
d r. W oll m o in to ln o d .
17K.S1K/offor.76S-2632
fOI A6 O uattro, (4WDJ
/o g o n . 1 9 9 6 . G ro a t
Mid., fulfy loadod. silvor.
s s5km
^ n i.,$21.000/offor,ln.
• dudo
udos warranty. Coil 208345-C
H
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M M V no i « S ' s
I
'
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*L
*15.^5
c oupo
DO, 2 dr. Black, AT.
— ------121K
1 iles, a ll p o w er,
Km
^ S Suu bb a r u Legacy
sunroo
oof. oxc. Runs grooti
O) uutb
tb a d c L t i
$4850.
iO. C a ll5 3 9 -1 4 4 lj|
hyU NIDAI
D -'9 6 A ccom , 4
V*11
g ,S l9 5
dr good
go sh opo, docont
------------0 R D .F - .5 0 .'9 6 .X L T .
mjios
n
J altordabio,
$4300/*95
'5 BB;M W M3
117k m i., o x c . c o n d .,
0},”•• ®
Call 737-0904 or
•„MVU.->,
5 1 0 .9 9 5 . 7 3 3 - 0 8 6 2 o r
731-73
7359. Joff
'3I-0832. ■
M ust See!
:U RY S a b le . 1988.
f iORD.
s
F.250, 1996. XLT, --------- S
o m a t ic
I shapo. runs groot.
Powor stroke. S19.500/
Tl
TRANSMISSIONS
10 or bost offor. Call
M Cali 934-9107.a
olfor.
Soo
Spociol
$359,95. Most
^ 4^30
3947 ovonings,!
moftean vohicios. parts. _______
)RD, F -250. Larial, 1990.
Amor
:URY TOPAZ Sodan.
! 9 | |
labor
& installatton
MERCUi
lal
I iSspd. $2800 R oaso call
inctodod.
Well ca
cared tor 24-28 mpg
.VCTrii n '
208-733-6635.1
438-6184
V ir .- i li.
« n o m y T ra n sm itaio n
$ 2 5 000 lirm.
1
S UC
m c • 1991 Sonom a ExCall
324^760 lor
qL D S «CU TLA SS S ierra
Cabi
■ LiJJL"
labina. 4x4. 5 spd, 87K
“
1991.'v
.V 6.PW .PL.cru>so.
mics. $6300.736-7271 .■ ______ MtlmMtes.m
_2!l£
30K milos. $4200/o(f t U Bi Sr f l B i - T l
ICK '0 0 Century LoodAC. 901
GMC
MC Y u k o n SLT '9 8 V8
;ali 208-735-6502JI .
^
1_and nico. $1 2 .9 7 5 .______ tor. Call
^1.7
7 lltor,
' tan leolhor, white
1II324W.552.324.2724a
p
o
S
f
w
i 1997 Bonnoviiio 1 . . . „ J ,
lAC
tx to r io r . lo o d o d w ith
O _I D E A L £ R ^
ICK C e n tu ry L uxury.
$7500,
ivorythlng, 50k S20.OOO. BUICH
3, CO, olk>y whools, 1 A UTTO
109, 4 door. rod. doluxo
Call 32‘
324-2724,B
^
70-9791 days677-2908
1909.
^
sido & ouf. ali receipts p n v n T
i G rand Am. ’93.
lAC
WC. 1 9 9 7 . H. ton SLE.
I"?'?.?
r all work done. S2950.
F*F ,*A ) r ~
AT. PW. PL. crutso,
x4. E x l. c a b w /3 d r ..
r n iiA
v'oo rr l o c V - 8 . L o o d o d
n o i l liro
* s. $ 3 9 5 0 . C all
S16;
BUICK, Rtviora. ’97.
733-86:
16.900. Cal! 326-2220.
3676or420-l972,H
Y i .
ad o d . 20K milos, must
Glia
fTIAC. Grand
HC. 1 9 9 9 . 4 x 4 , S ie rra
mH
HIS
I $16,000.734-5823,B
Z71.
7 1 .3 dr. oxt. cab, bucket s - s - R n
9.3 9 ,3 1 7 milos. oil
A
D
° n‘: L A C ' 9 1 S . a i . n
3wor. Qfoal cond,
/ “^
see ooii s . l o a th o r . p o w e r
iv ille . w h ilo . lo o d o d o . u k r i
o a lo rs. R a id e r cam por
‘■'ovii
hoai
sun
t i m b 3s C
cL
] A S S IF IE D
holi. running board, 55K.
''''su
ri roof. 66.400 ongishall
.1 n-ilos. $8000, Coli Bill
r ^ IIn T o r t 736-2009.
■PARTMENT
U tll-A
I
Call536.2S23.B
J i23.980.
i;
;l-'-30a
_ rfiu
J-7 ^ 5 5 3 8
lAC- Sunbird. 1986.
208-7<
GMC,
«C, diosol. 1985. w/cam- o u s=’/Y
r .v - 1998 Suburtjon.
___
or sh o ll & n e w e r tiros.
milos. (ront and roar
„ ' ’S. 4 dr.. good stortP?/,;
loaso call 208.734-7608.
r. tooks & njns groot,
^ U l >►- 0-/6 7 7 - 4 5 4 3
. 9 passenger, earmino
..Coll 325rp647____________ (BBURLEY)___________
U(
J2U -'fl7.Rodoo-----------------r o dd -;- S 2 4 T 9 9 5 T E T rc - r —
po w o r. AM/FM c a scondili
ndilion. Cali 733-7579.
j------ T T .
ZUl
o tlt o - f 6 d i s k p lo y o r.
^ ..e i
> n e l a s t c h a n c e t o iim
n d u lg e
HEVY.
Mfllibu,
1999,
,
37kn
Tkmis $15,000,736-1661
5, ^
tooo milos. groot cond.
0 6 1t0o r e t h e r e s o l u t i o nIS
s k1 i c k i n .
EP • '9 6 Chorokoo 4x4. BANK
I
AK REPO:
Taking bid*
Dry c lo a n . 1 ownor.90K
thi
th ro u g h 12-31-00
ils.S1S.000.788-3056.B
Call Tarri 736-2009.
Cali
E P '9 5 W ra n g lo r Rio
E-MAIl
IAIL your ctassifiod od
rand. C u sto m loltoring
to u sa t
stripes, c ustom wheels,
twtn.
w fnadO w icronn w t
0 . soft a n d bikini top. 4 p oR)D,
D ~ Taurus. 1996, now
^1. 5 a p d .. c o rp o i kil,
styio’
l
lo. toadod, tooks good
s 1I0.900/offor.
i O.£
679-5769
injlido,
ido 4 out. soots 6. 57K.
YOTA '6 0 PU S750/ott.
$5700,
7 0 0 .C on736-l8 42.B
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