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IN^SPIRAM IO N^ 9 /1 ]r
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Family men
mbers
read loved ones’
0
names onthhe
rsary
4th annivers
M a g i c V a m[ . EvY
Umlteil resources!
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dep a rtm en ts' b u d ^;ets.
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Im a (;e
_________
The Associated P;ess.%
cepUig rclaNEW Y O R K -W eei
niversary of
tives m arked tlie anni'
iunday witli
the Sept. 11 attack Sui
lem bnuices
prayers, solemn remei
iges to their
unci heartfelt messagi
iistersatU ie
dead brothers a n d sisi
1Trade Censite wlierc Uie WoridT
niglitmarish
ter collansed in a ni(
four
cloud of dust and debris
di
years ago.
sting longer
In a cerem ony lasti
are tlian 600
dian four liours. mort
am es o f die
relatives read the nar
Bulldingconfldence:
Y.
died a( die
2.749 victims wlio di
kisses
i trade center. SeveralU)Icw
b
Practitioners o f ju d 0o praise
p
Jing a loved
I to die sky after readlt
, onesiiujne,vviiiJcuuii
physical effects.
ing. Several
I m icrophone sobbint
P ageD l
P86
lovc-d
; held u p photos of their
ti
j ones.
iulie and we
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“We miss you Chiui
S ports
!. love you: your bo>N4will always
1 rem em ber." Peggy; Ciarbarini
'
e Lt. Cliarles
I toldherbm dier. H rel
who wus 4A
j William Gadiariiii, wl
cenI w hen he died at thee tnide
t
I ter.
u n e a sH u r■Pte cerem ony caiii
i ricane Kittrina left /Americans
igw itliac a- •
once agitin struggling
gilt tlie na*
^
j
tastropiiie that c.iiigli
nd left cid^
lion unprepared am
viiig. Mayor
zens d ead and grievii
the
: Michael Bloomberg; opened
0
dsofcondoI cerem ony with words
.■ViLstateti by
»
lence for those dev;
• th e hurricane.
lew
SWMt»ll«f:.TheNev
i
In New Orleans,i. New York
O rleans Sa&m w in th
thieir
tiie re! flreflghters helping, with
w
o pening gam e o f thiee2<0 0 5
lief effort gatheredd around a
lal for their
I m akeshift memorial
NFL season.
)flfsrone« attor
If the
ilal ILama |ok»s wtth membots of
1 madia durln| a press confi
Nil HollneH tha Dalai
■ccepting
the
: fallen comrades, acc
Pai
P ag e C l
10 fourth
•nnlvortool arena' Tho address, on tho
t
m a nearby
hts HealInK Addrai*>SundayatthoHaUeyKIfhScho<
Su
' gift o f a hell ftom
:ple was dechurch whose steepl
ompasston In tha world.
noted the need for con
sary of the S a p t . ULttragedy,
n
jm i. Rescue
,
' stroycd in the ston
O p in io n
took a
I workers in RUoxi. Miss,,
Ml
liing for the
\\i
I break from seurchii
Here's some help:
y
\ storm's missing toJ rem em ber
D a l a ii ] L a m a d e l i v ee ir s m e s s a g e o( f c o m p a s s ki o n i n H a i l e •'J
Americans w itness gn
Si'pt. 11.
; those \n1io died on St
outpouring o f assistar
1
tance
irit."
For th e local eem ergency
"We never lose our spirit,
aid. Anger \sill not bring
ill anniversary
of die
lie saii
3unlop
the fuurtli
i
after Katrina, todayls g
pe."
; workers, honoringU tiieir New
o f Sept. 11 back.
h'h e sa id ." Wc never lose hope.'
attacks.
the nctims
vie
writer
Sept. U lerrorist
tcm
^lon
York com rades u hhile
i dealing
(ktitorialsaya
A m essage o f compassloi
Vy to rebuild yoiir home,"
liee su
-----------------------W ith th
J n llgiitiy bussing , "IVy
itnic'tioii was
ent's
: witii dieir own destn
said, " iry to re- aian d h o p e is w hat tlic event
ea d atdieW oodR iver
liis Holiness
l!c
Pagi
age AlO
HAiuEy - - vWalking toward his forehead
rtant, "Now
de.
particularly import;
i your
life."
sisponsor in tended to provide.
lool football stadium.
huUd
y
lligli School
the Stage, h e m iust h a w felt die
iiiid
D eputy
!
jloff.
'
we
can
relate,"
sai
M
onths
ago,
KirU
Sokolof
le Dalai Lama adm itted
noted that the
The
0.000 eyes upon
ihc Dalaii Lamtf
La
rk N'offsinger.
, Biloxi Fire Ciiicf Kirk:
anid
n fl
flag at dte back o f
that he.
lu too. knows som ediing aian Investm ent strategist an
A m erican
.'C o m i n g ; U P '
liie naint*s of
icnl.
At ground zero, tiu
W ood River Valley residem
tfl-ering.
In
1959,
tlie
splriW
u
m
ha
d
been
lowered
of
sufl"!
lere
w
ave
of
his
die
stadium
W ith a m en
cross (lie site
Dirk
the d ead t'choed acr(
Gov.
Dir
la st to ho n o r tlie vietualan
a rd tem poral leader ofTi- a|ap p ro ac h ed
flash o f tliat fa- to h alf mast
hand an d a fl:
ging
: one liy one.
in Buddhists fled his Kk e m p th o m e about bringin
bctan
e pt.t 11.
m ous smilo, th e Dalai la m a lim so fb cp
la* of us from
)r a n
"You're taking caa*
11‘land o rn b e t after a n up- ddie D alai Lam a to Idaho for
wlio have passed
homel
Uclpation ripplinE
"T hosee v
eased the ontici
ilay we ll lx*
heaven but someihi
g by his people failed to aiaddress. l=or Sokoloff. die tim rising
crow d o f 10.000 aw ayfeelyo r pain." the Dalai
th ro u g h a cro
I'iores said,
together." liiani I'i
ing w as crucial — he felt diat
dii
ail
over
the
Chinese.
His
ir
prcvai]
ly
awaiting
his
arLam
a
said.
quietly {
isjng her face
cridclicking up and niisii
ness established a govern- nm ankind h a d reached a criti
«; die
suffering of all
Hollnc
To ease
i
nii)r>' of her
ping
to
die
sky
in
menii
cal
po
in
t
in
time,
a
tippin
It
In
exile
in
India
shortly
c
m ent i
lie gesture would im pactedd by
b; tliat terrible day.
That sim ple
1
|
That
younger brother, a ffire depart:\vards a n d lias advocated ppoint fo r com passion. Ths
o rn es left behind and
aftenv
ughout I Us Moli- the lovedi o
radiate througl
m ent paramedic,
onviolent solution ever
rau m atize d by the
a nor
h. ‘"A Heaiing Ad- ih ose trau
ness's spccch.
Please see MESSAGE. Page
A
ge A2
-My hij, sister, niy
ly belter halt.
Duld
not
tum
to
anger,
since.
ered in I lailey o n event shouli
dress," deUverc
le siune
withlife will never be the
i
Moreno said
out you." Holando M
wild workeil
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O C
I to Yvette Moreno, w
d
' for a brokerage in llll- north
tower,
„
As th e nam es vwere reiid.
^
, w vepingm oum enililiUtl down a
llg memorial
Special quilts
rami) to n refleciinj;
.
,
pool at die floor cof the site,
Just ask P eter llobergcL-abouC;
al
Mictwlle Dunlop
brings
QuQting hobby bri
!* ic h remnlns lim
.
tiiallv
eniptv
t
the D alai Lama's appeal.' , . .
ie»N«ws writer
attai-k. i-ani;
tears to family’sieyes.
ey
four years after die• ai
A resident ofTYiumph,. Idaho,
Id:
Uies filled tiie waterr with red, or;
llobergc
arriv-ed
at
5:-)5
<
Tuesday In
15 a.in,
ange an d w llow roses.
rt
I/MLEY — You miglit tliink
s{»me
y a d e fe a te d follower wouldi and took h is spot as die fir
scribed ditiishaking as tlKyinsci
Tlie Tlmes^ew!
oden wige of
■ cations o n the wood
lid in Unc nearly six hours to, line, entertaining diose dial
low ed w ilh his juggling,
die pool,
ir a Buddhist leader speak.
though he doesn't practice E
paused for__________
Int. the Dalai Lam a'^ppear*—
'— aiilsjTnroh^rc<rTKognia*d
i---------- I n d e x -----------—
c at H;4lnrrn‘:
m om entsol'silenccj
:e in Hailey on Sunday' im portance o f die event.
,.
the tim e at wliich aihijaikctljeth
m
ed
to
transcend
m
any
bar^ Businesses/Services —
:
"I dilnk 9/11 is a very s'B^insig
...C I O
A ppnX m itelrlO
.
10,000
paople wait In anticipation
j
; liner crashed into0 the n o rth
rs.i bringing b e lie v e n .a n d* cant d m e to see him,” Rob
By M
loberge
,owen at 9:03 a.m „, dthe m om ent
Classtfied.....................
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Dalai Lima Sundai
Iday afternoon at tho Wood River H
ibclievers together for a‘ said.
Times
lick the south
• a second plane stmc
ay. Tho Dalai lam a's mossago of c
. . .04-5
atadlum In Kalley.
Comics ......................
ssage on compa.ssion. Wliile:
“I think there's a tremcnc
endous '
at 9:59 a.m„
ii„ wlien the
ilveraaryofthoS«pt.lltra< ody. I
........0 9
edwHhthaannlve
Idng for the address tobegin'.j a m ount of natural beauty
Crossword....................
\W
ty 1here, ^ south towvr fell: an
and at 10:29
m em bere discussed
valopad an Intami
onlylienee
a
econii tower
Dear Abby..................... . .05
PafieA2' 3.tn,. w hen the si-c
Please see-fiESIDENTS. Paf
ir reasoning for attending.
hla
exhortations
to
paaca
and
con
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collapsetl,
stand
Horoscope .................. _ C 5
h e a r:
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Jumbte ........................
ance
.. Ma^c Valley...............
Jon ot the arrival of tha
seem<
. Movies ......................E
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fooltiU
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Norm an Flowers.
o to .n ip M .I« ...ln c lt
cCoast Guard
Nation
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.......... B2
NEW ORLEAT
Obituaries ...................
! S outhem Bapdst
ash Sunday, a small miracleIhlsts and non-Budpicking u p trash
return to a
audlc
Opinion.......................... 4 1 0
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a
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idling policc. OreRafKlom facts .............
go trafQc. A bullhorn-wielding
.......... o p ened to cargo
ssearching
i in song, puncm relief workers in a chorus of
.......... 01
volunteer led rel
Sports ........................
ink of a file truck
aa'honte for
ce."
"Amazing Grace.'
Weather ............... ...... *2
w eeks after Hurricane Katrii
ssurvhorsln ‘
?ss." said New Or- IL A w W
w e s t...........................
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1. th e day was m aiked by signs
New Orleans
{
ir, g estivingjit d ie M y S H
n ess w as beginninK to lift in
. . . .A6-7
that hopelessnc!
HoM ................................
OR Sunday.
city. Wiiile the find toll from see d ie people coming out,"
,
this shattered cii
teer \vith die bullhorn, urvices.
Nc
This Sunem
ains
imknown.
there
were
141 n n
th i disaster rem
> "The people aren't as afraid
I
1 together
to worew O rieans had begun to tirni
11 I I I
Indications New
•
Flowers, deployed by die S
h
le d can in g of th e streets. YouI Convention, stood in diesee
ROOD,
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f fighters an d relief workers il
Ated by the exuberant honl
.................
■ neartiy.
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"This Is a sign of progress
.6
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t leans rcskiem Linda Ib^or,
I Im prom ptu gathering. "I
‘ couldn't a n d any church ser
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C»nter In New York durtn
flactbts pool Sunday i t the World
T
A ChUd it t i by a reflK
Ml of
sary commemontlwi
< the 2001 terror attacks.
----------------------------
i i Flood _
_
RResidents _
wtlmwd from Al
Cont
JS
anidd h e has a trem endous
Tiount o f inner beauty." h1cC
lid.
.
ru
Al 10:30 a .ra tiiree Boiscans
,n
- H annah Rainey. lackson
ar
mitii an d Alex Price — sal near
J.
le front of the line having arvcd a n hour before. To pass th1eC
>ir
mc. th e tiuee ran down their
rop 5" lists — the top five
p.
ands tiiey w ^ i to see in cones
j n a n d ihe top five countries
leywrant t o ^ I t .
“This hSs been one o f mny
y
cx
ream s to see him,* said Alex
rice. *So. I can cross It ofT miyy
St."
to
Rainey looked forward lo
scaping from the scenes oo ff
>ft
adness a n d desperation left
b
e h in d by K atrina a n d a or
Drbing a positive m essage for
change.
ed
amEari
o Cook, of Boise, also noted
£’
IC timeliness of His Holiness’s
said.
la.
isit after H urricane.K atrina.
for
k»k serves as area director for
oka Gakka International in
Smil
en
tiie I
im
luddhism, a form of Buddhism
rivet
ir3unded in la p a it Cook will parlime
lai
idpate in the meeting tiie Dalai
ho
om
a
will
have
with
100
Idaho
. ban<
cliglous
leaders
on
Wednesday.
ay.
cen
"The timing is just Impeccaa-
ble." Cook said
Cook anticlpaied th e: IDalai
Lama would center m anyy oc fliis
in Katthoughts around Hurrican
zhttw o
rina.T hehuiricancbrough
im portant points to l i ^ it.. First,
it focus(^ attention o n po
poverty
ins an d
— noiohlyinN ew O riean!
unities^,ih c surrounding commun
n a tio n .''
b u t tiiroughoul tiie na
id, th e
C ook said. And. second,
ted the
hurricanc also emphasize*
hat a k deptii of com passion tiia
ready exists in tiie nation
on and
w orid
“licouldbetiiesilvcrlini
ining of
Kauina," Cook said.
IWirling a bronze TIb
it e u m
hands,
prayer wlicel in h e r h:
H eaiher Lundqulst sp read
as she
prayers of goodwill as
walked across tiie football
all fidd
to fmd a seal.oncc thee gates
opened. Lundquist cam
m c up
from TUscon, Ariz.. after hi
her fath er surprised her with tickcts
tii
'ilie photographer spentI rm uch’ .......
around
oflastsum m eriravellngar
Tibet, b ut Sunday would1hb e tiie
died Ti­
Hrst lime she saw tiie cxil(
b eian Buddliist leader in per-' ■
son.
“Buddhism has changei
perspective on life.” she
d-blow"It'sactuallykindofm ind-I
Ing to be herc."
lhal \ve 1
draining r
big o ne is
. -1
which Is
drca
P^P- ^
S e e1 op(a £ e A 4
P ri«
that s jusi
list."
1
raised
Louisiana's
Th*?
cit
/\uthonoes rai
Ri
Q rculation director
death toll 10 197 o n Sunday, and uram ient
:ontlnMdfrocnAl
esca
5-3252
D anidW alock..........735-3:
G audettc of Seattle. W ish,
I t , w ho
» ip s c s continued ning by N
rccovery of cor^
sadi
it
nom ent was m ade tiiat m uch
Hom e delivery m anager
ich attended tiic speech wil
kith his’
sd-an-unspedliL'd—
Zeller,
an
1
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d
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s
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t
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e
am
s-p
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State Unh-mit>“ fish<
bch
norc-phutai by tiie recent e f -'— friend,-Patricia Bolding, aaVtood
Chris G a rc ia " .;.V .;.7 35^3302----5^
’
adles
from
McmorfomiaNat
rctum ing for num berofbodic
w-di am ong those‘ rc
sorb
ects o f Hurricane Katrina.
audette
River Valley rcsident. Gan
a 317-bed
"We're
the storm .
iai Mcdical Cenier.
Cer
0-1259
liie (list tim e sincc! th
a c h“W here tiiere Is grcat soirow.
a^m esJw.
described
the
Dalai
Lama^
3tow n New Oilcans Zeller saii
•Tlje)- wouldn't: let
le us in be- hospiul In uptov
herc
at
u—
Et m u st always be ^ esat
sage
as
a
simple
o
n
e
—
not
moi than a wvck undenvat
(ore. but wv m ade it Inow and wc lhat dosed more
tlic
I
lope."
K em pthom c said o n
y im iglit
complex like \rtiat m any
SulBcrlptlon rates ,,
ing sunounded by
Davidring
S the fourth.annly«r- . .visit
ago after being
.
could drisx* all the way
wa here \viih
iunday.
perceive,
f
i
l
t
e
r
£rc
Hom e delivery; daily
a
i
d
Ooodw'aUss.
ily and
problem." he said
Coo“I'm proud tiiat Idaho can be
laudcne
be
“He boils it down." Gat
Sunday S 435 per vs-eek:u Sa
ection began over
flew to New
TVash coUecti
^ tu f l>rvsident Bush1 fl<
Sok:
h c placc w here this tipping
mg said. “Ratiier tiian feeling
ig overday an d Sunday only. S2.50
La service iinimag- uke him------------------------------a
2.50 per
Orleans Sunday to spend the U iew T ckenda:
Boii
a n Uike place." K cm ptnom
e w helm ed w ith changini
Tie
ing tho
w ( ^ Mail s u b ^ p t io nIS
s must
n
e apocalyptic
Qist aidinglhc
night aboaid the US
USS Iwo lima, inable in the
a
Bud
;aid
world, just stan witii youn
orsdt*
b e paid in ad\'anci> and
trinalsfiiry banered
We m
sa u lt ship that da)^ after Katrin
ind are
an amphibious assat
four
SokolofT told audience m em
m -Bolding also look tite
>e Dalalavailable only w here deli
isi an
dtljwrii s « ,„ j„ „ a s a c o nnirol
lp center in the Gulf Coast
£ d broke holes ihe mcdit
------------------------------tkip
Krs
at
the
nationally
televised
L
«
d
Lima's
m
essare
to
h
e
a
rt
' is not m aintained. Mail
s. flooding
most of sakl ‘Peo
111 nrail's;
edons. O)nn :Mondav. lie in two levees,
fl
iddress
thal
they
should
ahvays
ays
"I
tiio
u
^
i
t
o
messagi
igc was;
■
able t o:g could accelenjie the
All Idaho rates: daily a nndd Sun!
planned to lour the
Ihc devastated
NewOrlcans.
em
e
m
b
e
r
th
e
Dalai
Lama's
la s im p o n an i to focus on.'
n.‘ s h e
day &6.00 per wi-ck. daily
1 y
lay Nagin
Was asked That’s a3biprocess." h e said T h e
“
Mayor C Ray
1
^yo™
town of Gulfport. .Miss.
.Mi
nessagc.
said. “He m ade a point oifnotfofr
S4.00 per week. Saturday
Ihe Press'
AnnyL
is pum ping station six.
iay and
Tlic Louis Aimstiti
itrongNe\vOr- by NBCs ■Meet
‘Mt
"You were present when the
the
cusing
on
tiic
nerativc."
Sunday only S3.00 perr w t-et
rw
Orieans
could
ore.
the
^
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o
u
r
m
ost
po\verful
icm s Iniemaiional
lal fm m n Kwhether New
m
era
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m d I am understanding
Tk
lald^W
c
ore
now
at
the
bcgbi;biD
alai
Lama
said.
Amci
icric aru
Sunday S7.00 p er week. (
.vn't even thought canereuc
Sl about ready toga"
senger ser\ice
2006. ”l havtin'
and limited passer
ling o f w hat can be known as
as have sulfcred two tragcdii
dies t i i e . '
only $5.00 per wL‘ck. Satu
e t-h e s a id
,}lon thei
city's m ain wasiewaier
1 \iesthat far oul yet*
tx p c c tiJ 10 resume
nh e com passion century."
first man-made, tiie s exao n d a :
a n a Sunday only S3-50
con
ded. “Il's not out of
® ^:nl farfity will be run•50 P«r
day, airpon director
dir
Uoy . Btit he added
Sokoloff asked audience
ICC natural disaster.
week. Sales u x included
... It due initia
id lIn a l l
w iia m ssa id .
Monday, said Sgt. john
^
ihe realm off possibilities
p
n c m b e n to raise tiid r hands
Is If
if
"You should not lose
se y o u r ;
boost if \sv or more.
above rates. A $15.00 charge
ch
n engineer vritinheCaliw uiiam s saidI 1he expccts would be a huge
hu
h
e
y
felt
tiiey
were
compasslonan- hope." hc s a k l "I thinkc a{ll th e
wil! be levied for all nmu
Jational'Guard
l^ p c a JUS and anivals coukl make Iitt hi
ab o ui^depaiT urus
people. A sea oi h ands
id s people worUwklc arc rea]
ealty fodl
dined to say when
On CB
checks.
V ■m aking progress.” ite
ies a day — t u
N a j^ dcdim
o f passenger planes
m a u p witii violence.'
aid. "This building was
.AFBved back a s tiie Dalai Lama
74 — at the airthe c ity m ^i ^t t b e drained of H onotea
bclosv the usual 174
nodded
his approval from hhis
carc ofhl
is
While tiic 20tii ccntur
u iy w as
rater yesterday."
f**®
'
eck ago. termifloodwatcrs.
.pon. where a week
Mail information
i
e
a
t
o
n
t
h
e
s
t
a
^
one of violence, tiie 21 st acentury'
1 Smith, a voluniecr fire- "op
ag e units and
'B u t!always
ays knew that once
PS 631nals bccam e iriam
The Tlmes-News (UPS
ul,
should be one of com pa
ju m p s up. some of
Irom Baton Rouge. saU ^ “I think that b wonderful.*
passk )a '
dozen people mv got the pim
tnotc th an two dc
060) is published dailyy at 132
His
a n t pum ps.going. ; » d j > fnofprogress
l
His Holiness said
that people
. Holiness sakL
- our significant
Falls, by
d ie d
Fftirfiekl St. W. TWin Fall;
Those present look a pledge
dge
“And. it wlU be led by
jy those'
1 are now in New Orleans
Lee Publications Inc.. a sub—
—
I
TTuoim
to b e m ore compassionate, he
h
e
people
who
dW
tills."
b<
h
e
dty's
rccovery
sidiary o f Lee Enterprises.
laid. Compassion beneQts Irath
of
T h e T l m e s ;- -^N e w s ^ l t W I n f o r mn a tio n Line
oth raising his hand a n d si
are h id in g people gel
Periodicals paid at TWin
trtw psan
once again.
didne they n e e d Sndtii ^the perso n practicing it amn d
Official
^
by The Tlmes-News. Ofl
Euiyone recciNing that com pas­
»as------------ ‘0
'eople wlw haven't been
/7 3 5 - 3 3 5 0^
d t y a n d co u n ty newvspaper
sp
lF w
fourth argrt prescriptions filled ®dd
sion. Tb act compas 5io n a i^y. .aa
Tlmcs-NeuureportwM
MidieUe
M O eof
pursuant lo Section GC-K
lla n ac ib
fc igstcpforw ard'
person onty needs to start wfltii
ith DunJop can be reachedl oa r 73S-.
J
r s ^ is
L o t t e r y aann d W e a th e r .
th e Idaho Code. Thursdj
fiiim
elforheiselL
3237 or by e-maU at mduH-,
r
Gen. Russel L Hon- m e
, hereby designated as tthe
te d a y
I n f o r mn aa t i o n a r e
T h a t point stuck wltii Jim
Ilm
Iop9maglcvaae)uom.
c com m ander of activc
--------- o fth e w e e fc o n w h ic h leep^ r t o in the o o p s-e n ra g e d 'ln 'h u n i— « «
j u s t a p h oiH
n ie c a l l a w a y ! '
tfces will b e published
firefighto
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k
ia
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te
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d
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; d
r k
ic num ber o f dead would n in
W eal
L oa tttt e r y
change o f addiess formn to:
to P C
tcck o f a lot lower" than the
I n f o.rrrm
r a to n
I n f o rmm a t x o n
Box 548, TWln Falls.. Idaho
I(
tial prejectiorts of 10.000
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.
re. Recovery o f corpses me:
^ P ress
&\ «-k
Cniil»>»»a»
ied Sunday
the;
^
.3
And tom
........................... ..
3 S ’ -Face the Nation.’ ate
r- l
I
Capt. Mi
r asked Americans to take wai
J \ M pM «K K M p
Ofleansl
hurricm e evacuees and ikx
la s s l f l e d M a rk e tp la c
e d “It;unite
SI
. . . o r c h e ckk o< u t o u r w e b s ite : m a g3jcov a lle y .c o m
them witii their sea
______
.1 here. s. 'And tiiere's l i ^ i at the
r th e tunnel here." he His
T
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. .
I
*
i ^ o u t the shattered dty. to 1
of tiw thousands of tiie salt
andreUefvi-oriccrspauscd the
C ontlnw dfT om A l
^idcms
w tre
N u m e ro u s resid
i
a b le to visit th e ir hhom
o i es for die
,er briefly, as
first tim e. hovNfver
led
an
d
work
floodvvaters rec ed e d
-s. debris and
ca-w s c lea re d tircLs.
from
d o w n ed te le p h o nIC
e poles
1
m ajo r streets.
.-Mben G a u d e I I[II .:a Louisiana
O fficials m
m ia in ta in New
O rle a n s will
v*il b e re b u ilt.
Message _
s s
^ Press '
I t p a yfs
s to r e a d
th e f ii
in e p r i n t
Tlmes-News Clai
ice m
I
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it
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atic
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IL ^ K E ^^ Q O T 1 E R > Northwestt strike tallIks
ra^ L L Y
^tolght RlddarNawa Service
E v e n t m i xcee s 9 / 1 1 r e m eaim b i a n c e w i t i h c a l l t o s u p p cl o r t t r o o p s
WASHINCrrON (AP) —- IIlt w a s H n a f l u i j ^ S Q I
^
a dem onstration unlike l ^ o n s
o f oihera in th e cap ita l Tli
Ih e T siiim were Peniagon*appro
proved,
. signs w ere b a n n e d d n a Gab
^ in e t
secretaries, usually tiic targi
arget of
hrongs.
p ro test chccied o n th e thro
n d a y in
H iousan d s walked Sund£
rcm em biance o f th e attack
tacks of
S ep t 11,2001, in tribute:toU
to .S .
troops abroad. By tiicir presp
ence, m arch ers endorsed
sed the
\voridwide
against. tenortei
lirllners
. Ism that b e ^ after airii
slam m ed into the World
T ade
dlV
i.
Center, th e P entagon an a
ir years
Pcnnsylvanio Held four
y
ago.
U.S.
soldiers
in
]
Afghanistan a n d o th er outp
lutposis
watclied o n video linksi as the
ca i
.
crowd shouted, “America
ports you." References to the
political^ divisive Iraq wmarrw
1 cre
m uted, o u t sup p o rt forr P
Prcsld ent Bush's policy was, for
many, a su b to n o f th e dayi
Defense
Jlis volcc breaking, Def
umsfeld
Secretary D onald M. Rum:
if pMU
ayingat
noted during a wroath-layii
ArllngTon N ational Cemc
ll Mall on Sunday In Arim clcry p ,rtM p « ltl t o m th.
>e Raadom
Walk to tha National
tha Pentagon a t tha lU rt of tha
P
that u ie children o f som e o
ck on tha National Mali.
3y &
country music atar Clint Black
fant coRcludMl'wlth a concert by
id fjh o ll"SI"".Vi-Tli.«.«
184 victim s killed inside
Ujackcd '
IHiniagon a n d aboard hija
an cd black Irom the
M arkl
k Burlingame, 54. of Lanstriicilon, chanG
It 777 on
American Airlines Flight
, Pa., whose brother,
ild an d etched with
caster,
93
burning jet fiiel
ence
R ig h t 9<
Sept. 11 w erc in liis audienc
s, ivas die pilot o f the jetattack.
Charles,
the date o fthle
e ai
H ie y will likely w ant to kknow
r e m e m bleerr e d
la i hit the l*cntaRon. sd d :
then
Died
lo
the
Naliner
lhai
Marchers
thei
why this terrible th inlg
g Ibapere lo show suppon for
for a concen bv
"I'm her
p ..
tional Mall foi
ngcr Clint Biack. ’ourmUliila
it r y ^ c l r e p i ^ n t B / l l
^
country sirigci
people to co m prehend the m S
shook hands an d
families
X in suppon of tlie mlli11 Vic. R u ^ f c lil shm
of esoremism an d hatred
:<ed lhal eluded families oifScpl.
fS
iffon
to crush tlie scourge
cnircs
with
Sept
11
tary'scffi
leads lerrorists (o m urder
L oe r lm
tim s, w orkers for
f<
M cm l
orism
In the world."
jleis
a
nd
their
wello
f
lerrori
ployggs i r i h f , M e s . soldlni
ccnt m en, w o m en an d diilc
M d rc a
agencies a n d cmpla
ll Evans, 56; whose son Is
M imll
But perhap s w c can (ell
i
;11 them
d efense c o n u acto
lo r Lockhcod "njictsg w ith the M arines In
vas light Partidpaserving
Security \vas
ihLs:Tlm)UBliout hu m anihlsto
hi! iy
M anin.
cw from Cape Cod lo exwalk w as limited to
Iraq, flcv
there have b een tho se who
/ho seek.
They observed aim
m om cntofsi- I " "
ie r displeasure wltli wliat
cglstered before th e
press hei
power dih)ugh fear anid
d m
i ass icnce ouiside ihe Pe
w as the politicization o f
it^ e r s w c r e n o ta lsh e saw
m urder b u t eventuallyy aal l of sofUy sang “God Bic
1 commemoration.
"I felt
ny signs. The ciow d
S e p t 11
1
th e m — every o n e — h ass fallen,
fal
before Dling past hcnow-n.'biilll
the
vcni was exploitative In
group o f anti- . this eve:
sc Depanm em In d u c ed a s small
m
tn a d ty m orc accustomi
sm e d to
w ingoflheD efensel
CIS. v ^ o kept Iheir
th a t t itco n necied 9/11 a n d
p rotests against govem r
headquancfs thatiw
wia s te a d ic d v™ pm i«ierc.
o
u
r
military
is
doing
med
an
d
walked
rew
h
a
t
oi
one old crillctam muled
policy, th e crowds gathere
lercd In by the j e t Peoplec saw
s
ilh the others.
now.“
n ih
praise o f Midlers. Walken
kers In- brick em beddca In
ll e n e w c o n - speclM lyw llhl
--- ,
)lc o n a Pentagon
ed March 15,
an d available
T h e draft,- d ated
; isisCMj'ected to b e
Web site, ll
w o u ld provide aauthoritative
i
tin ai few weeks by
m m anders to signed within
h e Pen- guidance for comr
WASHINCriX}N — -nie
N onon A.
itio l approval Air Forcc LXt Gen.
(
revised req u est prcsidentlj
tagon h a s d ra fte d a re\
lircctor of the Joint
w
eapons,
an
d
Schwartz,
dircc
nuclcar
for
using
nuclear
wt
doctrine for th e u se o f nui
ling to Navy Cmdr.
'entagon’s first Staff, according
is (com - represents th e Peni
w eapons th a t envisions
r, a public
affairs ofto Dawn Cutler,
|
pr
m a n d ers re q u e stin g p] res- a ltem p l to revise procedures
Myers's
ofTice.
M
re-em pl reflect th e BushI ppre-em ption fleer ■■ In
Idontial a p p ro v e to pre-(
Meanwhile, the
thi drafl Is going
terror d octnne.
a n attack
a n a tio n oi r ti
ilcoordlnadonw
lth
slon,
cotnpletthrough
Dmalcc
o
f
m
ass
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previous
verslo:
croup txsing w eapons
i
the com lg th e a in to n tlie m ilitary’ services,
sei
also in- ed In 1995 during
destruction. H ie draft alsi
m anders. Pentagon
co n tains n o batan i commaj
eludes th e o p tio n oiff iu sing ad m ln isu a tio n , cc
irilies an d Rumssing nu clea r legal aulhorili
n o w n m e n tio n o f usin
nuclear a rm s to d estioy/kkr
said In a
mptlvely
o r feld's ofTice,*, Cutler
C
clear, bl- w e a p o n s preem
i
enem y stockpiles o f nuclea
jalnst WMD
iapons.
specifically agaii
o l ^ c a l o r chem ical weapt
I t iie n ' b y t ^ a t s .
‘
” "m e d o c u m e n trw ritte
W e fso f
.n ile d “Doctrine
le ffor Joint NuN€€DH<
Che Pentagon's Joint Chic
>
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ally ap- d e a r OperaUons*
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A ttff/^ IT I
Staff b u t n o t y e t finally
o n o f Air Force
IllJ lv iU
e cretary u n d e r th e direction
proved by D efense Seer
^ r s , chairm an
^
,
luld u p - G en. Richard M yer
D onald R um sfeld, would
a aat 7 J 7 - 0 0 8 7
>is of Staff, llie
C all LIsfl
ce d u rc s o f th e Joint Chiefs
. d a te ru le s a n d proced
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governing u se o f nui
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ou
by th e Bush W hite How
K M ife a m iS h s Iife s ll
D ecem b er 2002. T h e stn
was o utlin e d in m o rc det
A N T IQ U EES
S A N D C O LLEC TIB LES
tlic tim e In classified n a t
security directives.
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that year, a spokesm an sal
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m echanics' union, talks broke
nee
dow n Sunday over severance
ie
pay Issues, prom pting dilic
union to leave the b o r ^ n ling
in j
lab
alks
lable with no deal an d n o taUu
sch
scheduled.
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m
iUm
meent, North\N*csi plans to suir
h lr
hiring
perm anent replacemlent
en
me
mechanics
l\i esday.
ned
T h ai deadline. com blnc(
wit
)tiaw ith the breakdown o f ncgotia
Uons, could further erode Ihe
ihi
un
union's
m om entum In tlies 33
week-old suike, labor e x plerts
en
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Ktrineincldudes pre-(;-emptioii sstrategy
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tl range of military opciatlons,
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nu
few
fev noticeable dlsm ptlons.
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n taining
faces th e task o f m alnti
say is a
w hai som e experts sa;
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With the threat of bank
ft
lingering. Northw est says
s
m ust exuact even m oresconces*
0
sions from Its- unions to avoid
rotecdon
filing for C hapter ll'p ro
i
from creditors.
ions Vkriih
If the failed negodador
Fraternal
thcAlrcraftMcchanicsFn
idlcadon.
Assocladon are any indl'
tliat could be difficult
IS, AMFA
In a note to members.
fell apart
negotiators said talks fel
onthelssueofseverance
» pay for
x:hanlcs,
th e union's 3,181 mecl
custodians and plane dcleaners
w ho wouldn't retum to
t< their
ic's latest
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proposal.
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loberts
WASHINCnON W l —
m ate hearings on Rob
W h a tto e x p ect from the Seni
udidarhntrmnn of ihc SclUte fudii
Hatch,
TV
A: Nine: Specter, Grassley, Ha
day he
ry ConimiiM-f said Sunday,
The
carry Rehnquist's
Tbi nomination passed the com­
since a
Roberts helped
h<
t t h n b M n l .1
l yyears
i
stein. '
sras
Leohy. Kohl, Kennedy. Felnstt
n ccih ie f
^ f r
'
will not ask Suprcm cC oun
mittee
on
July
19.
and
Breyer
was
mil
casket into
Ini the Suprenw Court
chairman ol the Senate Judiciary
14 of
Feingold ond Biden. Only 44
lobcrts
''V
justicc nom inee lohn Rol>
confirmed
by
Senate by a
I lor
the public viewing last
coi
langed
his
gavel
to
building
((
Committee
bang
er voted
0
O
N
’crH
|
.
•
the
100
senaibrs
h
M
ever'
\vlictlicr he would vote to cr
vote
of 87-9 on July 29.1994.
y
and
attended
Rehnvot
^s
on
a
president’s
Tuesday
a
d
j
S
H
k
U
open
heann&s
0
1
nation,
idmoik
ir aa
on a Supreme Court nominal
turn Koc v. VVadc. tJie landm
rhe
last
confirmation
hearing
for
funeral
on
Wednesday,
The
Ihe
Supreme
Court.
quist's
fui
nominee to th e ;
•ortion. .
Q: Where will the hearinc* tilw
ti
decision that legalized aborti
chief
justice
was
for
Rehnqulst,
t weuM b* the dMamtc*
chi
jlen Specter. R4>8..
Q:W hat»
Today. Swi. Arien
Pa., did
Sen. Arien S^'cter. R-Pa..
place?
which
ran
from
July
29-Aug.
1.
wh
veral days of hearb tw ennRoberta aentnC n
convenes severs
iot»ns.
A: f=br the first day. It will be In
in the
say he planned to ask Robt
1986.
Rehnquist's confirmationn
K ttke biatMd ol aaeodate
19
.Ident Bush's
chM jw
III SenCaucus
Room
in
the
Russell
5
the prcsldcnfs pick lo succ
vote
?
.
VOI was 65-33 on Sept. 17.
3f Jc
John Roberts to beJwtk*?
nomination of
Tihas
the b ic William H. Rehnqub
ate off>co bulWing. The room
I
1986.
ilefjustice. Roberts would
19
» th justice on the
A: As chle
ere is a
come ttie 109th
nthe
ae?
been the Site Of hearings on
t
cliiel justice, wiiethcr ihea>
Q:
Who
b
on
the
Senrte
c«i»nlttee7
court's leader arxi
.
betheco
. high court nd the 17th chief JusVotergate
right 10 privacy in tlie Const
ig.
sinking of the THanlc. the Wot
iman. He would decide who A:
A :'Ten Republicans and eight De­
spokesm
Tins’
scandal,
end
Clarence
Thomo
tion.
' ,
mocrats.
There are more
ih<
ons and ansMcrs
writeis the
th< court's opinion if he Is
lloberts’ confinnation hi
Supreme Court nominoUon.
Republicans
because they control
side of the dectRe
he pprocess Is expecton the majority
n%
ing to be the nation's 17lli c
^
about how the
e>
The rest ofthe hearings will
:ll tbe in
,,Co
Congress. In addition to Specter,
le would run the meetings
Sion. He
mioon.
justice will Iwgin this aftemt
1\ce
ed to unfold:
:rin
the nearby Hart Senate.offlc
the
olher
GOP senators are Orrin
:h the
thi
John Robert
Robert! b»M dotng
In which
| justices discuss and
Tlie first day. however, is expectexp
Q :W hathM Rot
^
building. It is most famous8 for
f
Hatch
and he would preHe of Utah. Charles Grossley
nomlMrted hkn?
vote on1 cases,
c
ed to be taken up by the opei
2001
having
to
be
evacuated
In
2(
ng
siatcmont.
Bu»h
nom
S ? |
said in his oiw ning
of
kjwa. Jon Kyf of Arizona, Mite
/er
presidential
of
as
met
with
Senate
side
over
statements o r tlic commit
jr sent
A: Roberts has r
because ol anthrax powder
i
,a'le;Lsod ill advance.
DeMne
of
Ohio,
Jeff
Sessions
of
*mefll
In
the
Senate.
tx
IB senators. Robens is not
mbers of the comm'ltImpeachr
are proper lo
leaders, membe
through tho mall.
h
‘
questions an
Alabama,
Lindsey Graham of
efjustkiealsopresktes
Ah
pected to speak untU late to(
er s)
senators. He also
The chief
Iretday?
f
Q: Whrt heppen* en the Urt'
11 fc
be. a uieme
tee and other
ask of RolK-ns will
Carolina. John Comyn of
te Judicial Conference'of
' South
St
Specter said Sunday he
1 up
on
constituOonal
over
the
&ning
of
die
Repubhas
brushed
up
sas
A:
Senators
will
deliver
op^nl
Robens Ihrouiil'ouiniiuiyiifi
Sam Brownback of Kansas
uncertain w hether Rob
ilted States, the judiciary's , Texas.
Te
sues that may come
the Unite
stalemenls. scheduled to last
la as
statements, a
and legal issues
and
would favor ovcnuminK the
Istratlve governing board,
ar Tom Cobum of Oklahonoa.
jaring. He has re' edmlnlst
for up
werc released
up at the hearir
long as 10 minutes each,. fo
The
v.W adcdedsion from 1973
looses the director and
Th( senior Democrat is Patrick ^
mittee members' pet
and choc
ier and
vieved commltti
to three hours total. Spectei
hnrilnn
Inadvancc.
Uahy
established a right to ab o r
of the Adminlstnh
le of Vennont. The other De­
deputyr director
di
locrats to stay
issues end his
h is'own record as a
^
Leahy will go first, with thee fpanies
S a iV s
nicy watit Democ
mocrats
are Edward M. Kennedy
- Specter su p p o n s a \voir
‘nceoftheU.S.Couru.
m
receroi
appeals
court,
tWe
Offlc
en
they
button
ques■
lavyyer
and
fMe
,f
altcrnallngafter
that.
When
ernrechot-bui
of Massachusetts. Joe Biden -of
right to choose to end h er
f
the federal ........... of
which supports
su
,gln
are done. Roberts will be ini
inuo3uld be i ^ a i r
judge,
tion^ saying it wouli
Delaware.
Herb Kohl of Wisconsin.
nancy.
£>
on July 19
courts'• dally
(I operations.
idge eases diat
Roberts was. nominated
nor
«hesby
duced In five-mlnute speech
5riateio toaskhimtoprejudg
Dianne
Feinstein
of
Colifornia.
"1 think it is inanpropna
01
etiring Justice' Sandra
Q: Howr lko K h n n been since the
Richard
oit> liiiii as a
,o replace retlrii
Sens. Evan Bayh. D-Ind,. Rii
S S r S ‘«‘8h« come before
ask him head-on if he's goii
Russ
)und oTSupfeme Court conRi Feingold of Wisconsin, and . Lugar. R-lnd.. and John Won
Supreme Coun iusu(
'orner. fi­
lor. /Afler Chief Justice
tort roar
stias.
Day O'Connor.
ovenum Roe. b u t I believe
Charles
Schumer of New York and
ton hearinc»7
Cl
ver his
^ehnqulst died on
firmatJof
Lugar. R-lnd..
william H. Rehr
Vo. Roberts then v(ill delive
there are m any issues ndo:
Dick
Durbin
of
Illinois.
en
years
and
tvio
months.
0
itioning
sh ddecided that
A: Eleven
lu c e R o ^ rts
sept. 3. Bush
^ f o r w ho will introduc
^
opening statement, Questic
th e issue, like his rcspec
Q:
en Breyer's confirmation
Q:Hew many of Uiem have quee.-Uong with Sens. Eva
Lvan Bayh. p Roberts should
ould lead the court.
Stephen
begins on the second doy.
ypreccdenu" ^ e c t e r told N
tioned
Swere July 12-15,1994.
» a Supreme Court nominee
Afamer. R-Vx.
,ei>ominailna
hi on Sept. 5.
Ind.. and lo h n Wai
Ig him
hearings
• TheAssxIatei
ifed Press
Meet the Press."
■t a eonflrmation hearing?
Itt politics
has
noberts.
I’l-ms
10
say
^
a
I
Specter said asking Hot
if tl
the Supreme |______________
i.wlco
inx-nakcn
m
u
ch
of
0 T hif Coupon)
■
nowr a n appeals co u n ju
7
~ ■ '1 ^
listraflon.
“Thiss h earin g is d ie only r -orrralv ^ '-0 ^ confirm ation |
a Bush's adm inisu
w hether tlie higli coun corr
C ^ iT 4 V llii.V g
rrmnins, in r
' round mgnt lu iJiivaiyinalizinii
ii ____"II
fun d am en tal d e p a
70.000 docum ents to hearr 1&om. ronsW er an d reConstitution w hen rational
e <
in the stdtability o f d ie
I
tu p o n W h en You
s’dm e os an admin- fle a on
its abortion decision woiJ hit the \is io n o f th ■■'-UB.r
plans
their p roper role." I
1 n o m in ated to b e d ie
■
vyer in die Reagan
fair “and I intend to ask it.”
1 R e c e iv e a
i f M.
bitrato ro fd iem ean ln g o f
'
But Specter said Robet
s a r tp r e s s ta g
adm lnlsnalloii
kinsdtudon and die law,"
|
Second
/ / '
bee to refuse to answer c
e soUdtor general
W ldiout hthe
’n m v fof Roberts to fullylyaanswer all of
a
trk
k
Leahy
of
Vermont.
.
lions. “It has been
r e a le fa s t o r
““ ‘
riiey are upset
docum ents, Dcm
Dei ocratssaysenrinesare their quesdons. Tlie
p D em o o at on die com ■
Experience that Uie hearinp
d quesdon
Robens
’
)use refused to
ators should
q
CE
I
om
^e
e
s
that
the
VVWte
Hous
!, plans to say In h is
|
lu n c h a t
a subtle m inuet with nomI
™ li e will lead Ihc
apenw rkfrom
intensely since
stions as release R obens pap<
.
« r3, 200S|
E apirtt tktebcr
answering as m any questio
lu n fo rth ere sto fh ls ppenmng
g statem ent, also reipal deputy soSuprem e Coun
in order
his tim e as prindpal
■
leased Inadvancc.
In
they think they have to in
i
—
MiJJf
be
equal
price
or
less
I
Closed Sundays
life.
hainnan lid to rg cn eralin thtie
ct George H.W.
' to b e confirmed." the chaii
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rom th e Rockies to
and aib
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terior o f North
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this flooded city on Sunda
src
oil
a n d natural gas
leans Is a surpdstng o lb h o n
a ker Dennis
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f w hat m en wiU en- fidds in die G ulf of Mcxico. Albatding
I l^isten m ay m use
se dial
i it makes evidence of wl
fighters w ho have been1 ba
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by the
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uphrates
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T U Afar iJ |tist one piece
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re at safe
are n ot going to tolerare
haven anywhere in lr?q, said
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coalideputy chief o f staff fbr
tion forces h i Iraq.
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border
ao e sin g into ^ r i a d o sed t
6 0 m iles w est o f TU Afar
Sadoun
fense
l^in lster
Sa
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, "The Syrlaru have to stop!
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Ing destru ctio n to Iraq
ave no
know th e terrorists hhav
Iraq but
other gatew ay Into Irac
Syria.”
a nd Iraq
H ie U nited Slates and
routinely charge th aktl 3Syria's
governm ent docs littlee to stop
Ote flow o f Arab f i l t e rTsacrtMs
s8
the boWer. Syrian leadlers
en contend they are doing all they
caa
n r r r rrnillitants
treating from Tal Afar, mill
U.S. solelsewhere killed one U.S
oldier in
dier an d a British soldi
o m'bings
separate roadside bom
lated an
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fo r MinofiDdal in Iraq's Interior
Istxy.
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s
was killed and two weree wi
wound/n ]patrol
ed during a pre-dawh
near Samarra. 60'mlless nc
north of
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the cap ital At least 1,89'
p e rson n d have died sim
since the
uaq war started in March
according to an Assoi
Press c o u n t
of Basra,
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dlled and
a British soldier was kilic
three were w ounded in
' tack o n th d r convoy, th e I
IdinL
Ministry of Defense said
Ij onat
don. Britain h as re p}ortcd
or
th e war
least 96 deaths since! th
I
said Maj. G e• a Adnan
^
Abdul Rihm an. th er Interior
li
M inistry's director o f policc
lOt
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parliament and the U.S.
m ent, pa
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U:5. piilitary, meanwhile.
T h eU
said it: killnl a key al-Q alda
only .as Abu *—
leader, Identifled
it
during a raid o n a safe wZayd, du
h o use in Mosul, 45 miles cast o f or. Four other al-Q aida
Tal Afar,
Its were captured,
rhilitonts
lulaiml said th e offensive
Al-Dul
\fa r would be a m o d d as
In Ib l Aft
h is fo rces
m soon thrust farther
award the Syrian border
w est tow
iu th inlo die Euphrates
sou
valley.
w d ie TU Afar openuton
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wct w ilhnove on R a b ^
ctkIs . w
thee Syrian border) a n d Sin}ar (a rnc ^ n north of nearby
Mosul)) a n d then n down to the
ates valley, he said. '
Euphrati
• are w arning those w ho
;lven sh d te r to terrorists
have glv
ley m ust stop, Uck th e m
that the;
■d s e we win cut off their
; heads and tonaues as we
d id inn Tai Afar.* aI-E>uJaiml
added,I, tapparently using Bguranguage.
tivclang
said only five government
H csai
rs were killed an d duee.
soldiers
ded in die I h l Afar Qghtwounde
th e biggest m ilitary
Ing, tl
do n in Iraq for m ondis.
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m h (M ta ( • >Mp<>
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klUed a n d 246
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com ing (and
com plexes to b e used as escape
ic h said.
routes,* Lynch
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to-house scarc
mir
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t? o u p d a im
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shoot o f a l ■
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w ould Strike
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pos
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Weeb site known as a
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waited for a ride•tow
to ork.
claim could n ot be
i a Afar h a d been
bet deared of sages. T h e cli
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a g a but Insur- authenticated
mUitants a y ear■ag
:h ilthreat since Frtdou
gents m oved >ack
bac after U.S. s c c o n d s u A
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in the
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Districct tests thlie watersi for new building
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By Joshua Palmor
Hmet4<ewt writer
-----------------Adminlstra*
SHOSJIONE — Ad
b e h in d th e
(ors arc w orking be
sccncs to crcaic.a p ro
n p o sal for
d d z e n s of Sliosho'n
l o h f t o see
is vdlU
liow far tlic conu nlunity
u it
'I n g to go to siu
u pp p o rr. th e
consiructloQ . o f a d d itio a a l
• ;
school faclU ti^
ihl g ro u p Is
. “An archlttictur&l
w," said Mel
working r i ^ t now,"
W isem an, supcrlnn te n d e n t o f
lo o l District,
the Shoshone Schoo
/ct if w c will
”\Ve don’t know yet
ct a
need to renovate o)rr constru
Ct
new facility
u sh in g a 3
. The district Is ppu:
,tc in
percent growth rate
i stu d e n t
ishone m easattendance — Shoshc
o p u la tio n by
uros its student pooi
enrollattendance rather: Ulan
m
h e c u rre n t
m en t — -an d tthe
io
stu d e n t p o p u latio n h a s th e
ty.
\
building a t capacity.
The elementary,/, m id d le and
high schools arc all Ih o u sed in
the sam e buQdingg ooin th e outsh o n e. T he
skirts o f Shosho
n g w as con7.ycar-old building
siru c te d to h o ld1 a b o u t SOO
students, but theI ddl:istrict now
0 st
stu d en ts.
‘ has m ore tlion 530
“In m y tlire c y e a rs it's been a
pretty good jum p," saJd D an
R e v v in g
_______________________
u p
„
nding for facilities and daythem .
. fund
o f betw eenn tli
PagOaga,
ip rin cip al
.day operadons. One cause
to-di
le m c n ta ry School.
"Thcrcrch haven't b een any slg*
Shoshone Elen
problem s," W iseman
o f th
tl e schools financial woes
b o u t 20 kids In nlflcantt pi
“We're up aabi
IS a cap o n property taxlevies
the close proximity of
was
n th ro u g h fifth said o f th<
kindergarten
idents in the building,
in 1997. Lincoln County
the studer
grade."
‘y
cords a S 126 million tax base.
m y opinion, it has been . reco
ilsvidblcW
lthinthc “And In my
'T h e Impact
Is
It a sta te cap forces the,,
tatcm er\t for oiir kids."
hut
•re die three schoob a real state
buUdlngwhcic
loshonc School District to'
io“
a d m in istrato rs rcallzc
Shoi
n th
But adr
ori.' h o u ^ In
tl e three vrtnp of
raise
Ise n o m o rc dian S75 million
classrooms th a t U...ccta n n o t continue to
the buiUing. Small
S
fron
3m that base.
vsiien tliey house all
all d ie students In the
appcar even smaller
sn
W
)uildlng as th e student
Without th e help o f . state
le
a padtyandtryingto sam e buili
are fllled to capj
nds. th e district will be left
d o n c ondhues'to rise. It
func
r three instructors populador
suppon two oor
Idi fCTv options, w hich may
:id o n that d ie admlnis*
widi
quendy have a billn- b a dccisii
— claiisesfrequi
d u d e a b o n d for additional
does n ot w ant to m ake
Incli
d u cato r to assist untion do<
gual paraedui
loneys from th e county.
mor
10 have difHcultics -alone, an
an(d so it Is asking for
students who
Adm
imlty input.
Ai inistrators said they \vill
iu
gUsh.
com m unli
speaking Englis
3ld a m eeting to continue dlsdistric t will facc the
hole
slerla. m usic room
T he dU
Tlic cafcteri
isslons w ith the board a nd to
Iges d iat other districts cus5
ter labs have m ore challenges
and com puter
jn tln u e annlyzliyj different
against, which Indude
con
traffic than aa city street. The are u p agi
)lutlons to th e facilities ques.
iding that docs not pro.
solu
n is
liiuslc room
I shared by all flat fundir
on. Ultimately, they will plan
jdltlonal funds for new
tion
«radc levels> aan d th e cafeteria vide addlt
nonprcsentlnc die options to
Igsia n d m ounting federves all th e students, buildings
not only serves
Ite rawed up
ly El
Elementary School say they ate
‘0 , The teachara at Kimberly
le com m unity for discussion
(he
0 converted
Into a al a n di ss ta te sanctions for
but it Is also
t
theme for the Accelerated Reade
ider reading
’
and ready to teach. The the
id com m ent.
to rm eet Adequate Yearly and
» in n a slu m. for
foi elem entary stu- failing to
d.'All of the
lOOl year will be ‘Racing to Read.'
ys
program for the new ichool
ss, a m andated bcnch- v "Tlie
“1 com m unity has always
ring th e wlnter~*Pro^ress,
d e n ts durlni
AR
Sto
reach
100
percent
of
their
AF goal by
een
supportive."
Wiseman
o
f
s
tu
d
e
n
t
proficlcncy
bee
in
stiidents
will
be
working
to
_
m ark
f:
. .months.
lid.
sold
hers Susan
kids to have relatedIto th e No Child Left Bey. Pictured
are third-grade teachei
reading 100 lap* by May.
P
hardcr>for
er'
Few
ct.
F( doubi the support of the
'o rid as w c keep the hind Act.
their own worl
fhe race car
berta Beck and Carol Shirley. Thi
jM ser, Maty Wilson, Robert
om m unlty an d local buslcon
Icr o n e roof," Wise“We arcarc working widi com Idds all under
Speedway.
reco, who races a t Magic Valleyy S
ns
was provided by Mike Qreci
esses after dielr contributions
surveys
an d
nes;
m unityy
m an said,
jw ards th e construction o f die
Jonal necds.to see w hat
tow
Although1 th
tl e sm all spacc educadon
urrent school building, but
worklngwlth." Wiseman
cun
iculties. It has also we are wo
creates dlfflcu
S
F a rR >M B i l l F o r u m
le real q uestion is >:*iw much
dte
e n se o f com m unity said,
fostered a seni
le com m u nity is willing to
riels across d ie state will
,the
_
ichool. Surprisingly.
Districti
\vlthln the sch
ondnue to support die dlsdieir com m unities sup*
con
Is.
V
iw th
students flow
i rough d ie hall- need thei
let.
s schools
struggle to find
iric:
o u t a n y problem s p o rto ssc
l
vvllhoui
i
!
.
Dolyear
i
rco a r into nerrsdn
JHS Tigers
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High School '
The Jerom e Hig
Tigers are roaring; Into
Ini th e new
T ig e r
school year.
ic tlv itles are
A H
Classes a n d actl
P r in t s
und er way. an d stu
sti d e n ts are
^
eagerly Joining In1 co
ci m m u n ity
scrvicc events. InI oorrd e r to cnO'Doll
h m e n to get
H B jlH
courage all frcshm
t ooir activity at
involved In a sp o rt
- .............. '
^endy W right
'
JVIS, tcachiers Wen'
Lopez o f the Key
Ig -organized by Dorothyy L
an d T ra d a Craig
[sing m oney for die
:«lebratlon o f u u b , is ralsir
"Roar Week." a cele
o g o tovm rdthcH urh ig h school. Red Cross to
Involvement In hl(
in a relief fund. Also,
iVeek,"
every . ricane Katrins
During “Roar W
et
stt d e n ts helped to
freshman signed u p for a t least about 100 stu
t, oi
o r club.
assembly thtie
et9 - Il Qagmemori'
one activity, sport,
•oads Ranch.
— in addition toI th e ir course alatCrossroai
ers stu d e n t leaders
work an d activities,
cs, JHS n g e rs
T he Tigers
id
u d e Jeff Bemscn.
ire
th
e
ir
com
this
year
Incli
aa‘ ready to serve i
;d a life-long goal by
len t body, led . -whofulflUcdi
inunlty. l li c studeni
ling student body prcslbecoming
m d says he is eager to
d ent an
m a ^ th
thee 2005-06 school year
s ty e ta tIH S .Ie ff \v lllb e
fd by
assisted
^ Vice President Cody
.
Ashley CardL u p e rSSecretary
e
M anager
D anielle
ell, a n d Eye of die llg e r
MlkescU,
T to y lbb lm
ln an . Class presidents
follows: Senior, Keith
are asi fc
junior, Rebecca MenBlanc; : ju
sophom ore. Kayla Lupen
doza; sop
csnm an, Angle Mercado,
an d fresh
u d c n t body officers have
The studt
organizing com m unity
b e e n or;
acdvldes. planning /o r
servicee a<
com ing and setting goals
hom ccon
ikc th e year memorable
to m ake
cryone. •
for everyt
sophom ore informadon
The: soj
echiiology Academy provided
Tec
boodi at d ie Safety Faii; sponm' ab(
ored by Con Paulos. Students
son
ivolvea were Gary K ulia lusdn
Inv.
Taegltzer,
Kayla Allen, Scbast'
s t'
Pra
in
MuUowncy,
Sam
im
ian
ne .
:ulbertson, I lm Hcuer, lustlne
Cui
icff
ickson, Elizabeth ^ h n so n . jcff
lad
iorgan. L o ^ NelMn.TJ Mihu.
Hoi
:iiris Basti. Sabrina Fames. B I L
Chi
iki. B y :.
i5nln Shan«,1bm Boguslawskl,
Kor
esslca Lopez, GabrieOa ConzazaIcs:
ez
nts
lez an d Ben pope. Sm dcnts
on
nade
m
a an d xUstlibuted fliers'on
afe Intem et'usage and oigansafi
zed
Izci o n lin e ..inform adon for
tudcnts
a n d parents.
stu
-
i
Palli
O'Dell is prinripalVoj
I
emme High School.
Jen
Shosh(lone will 1hold honulecoming activities
s
An old.fash*
SHOSHONE—- A
will
loned community/ batbccue
bs
iciligliSchool^s
hlglilightStioslioncn
"Shoshone
homecoming,
idcs."
'HuDugh the Decidcs
T he student colu
u n cil will join
c t in
the school district
ii h o s tin tia
a rb ecu e o n
co m m u n ity b arb
Wednesday. T h e: m eal will b e
lg a sch o o lserved follow ing
c.
wide o p en house.
Parents, p atro3ns.
n s s tu d e n ts
encouragcd to
. and alum ni are cnc
b eginning at 4
visit the school beg
p.m., enjoyithe free
frc< barb ecu e
. a t th e playbeginning a iS p pmi.;
.
com ing bulletin boards,
hom ecor
signs a n d window paintW /\ rR W
’ h c x d is !
ing. wfilfbe
iin displayed.
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in
th
s
hec spirit
ofdie tradition of
----------ing d ie school spirit rock,
a r th e football field,
painting
ground near
udcnt council has added a
h e e r th e Shoshone
die stude
and then, cchi
t)m pctliion for Individual
ol girl's Powder Puff nc^v com
Hif^i School
n ts to subm it sm aller
;am e beginning at
students
football gan
that they have painted to
rt)cks tha
7:30 p m .
vder P uff game Is a
go w th
ith dt ie theme, l lie entries
Tlic Powdt
will Iso
also b e on display at the
hom ccomling
ini tra d itio n th a t
•chool
o n Wednesday
s
a
s
a
fundraiser
for
high
schc
also serves a;
tio n e H igh School
Home<
m ecom lng activities will
the Shoshoi
nue th ro u d io u t the week
o g ra m .
continue
athletic prog)
tu d e n t dress up days.
\vith sstu
D uring ihe
the o p e n house, stu*
.vork. in th e form o f
classcom
con petitions and the tradents* artwoi
I
I
I
me
lilional
parade, football game
dit
ind
on
un> ho m e co m in g d ance 01)
•riday.
Tri
The stu d e n t council is alsu
.'iigngcd
In a fundraising effon
en;
last
'or
fot victim s o f th e gulf-coasl
lurriciiiie,
a n d participantsi ai
at
hu
ihe
public
activities Wednesilu
Jay
da will be encoiiragcd tr
Jo natc to th a t effort. /Ml mondo
,0
L-ys raised will be donated“ ‘tc
ey:
Ihe
thi Hed Cross.
War
Whoops! is ihi
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Secretary Mark
Durces and Environmefit Under Se
The USOA Natural Resourc
FFA AssodaRey, far right, met withI two
tw state officers ol the Idaho) F
fas at the lair
iho State
Fair on Sept. 6. Rey wat
tion a t the Eastern Idaho
1
ortunlty to have
to give citizens the oppori
conducting a Farm BIII Forum
Fot
g with
Rey were
nent of a new farm bill. Meeting
<
a voice In the developmen
rlculture: Brad
Idaho State Department of Agrlci
Pat TagasukI, directoi. Ida
ate FFA secre*
ent. of Rigby and Jill Dalton. Stati
Hale. State FFA president,
taty. ot Ooodlng. FFA Is a national youth organizationI oof student
nee. business
leadership and careers In sclenci
members preparing for lea
culture.
and technology of agrlcult
;nts
val
va w ith Tl-I IS dram a siudent;
Inter
Int o n th is m onth.
ace
“Superstars" earning a nlaci
L-iin
on
o r D ionne Davidson's bulletlt
ilor
board
for this week are lunlo:
bo
:jj(h
Com
Cc bs. Andrea I'lscus, I-did
les,
Suazo.
B renda Gonzales
Su
lall.
CClhantcl M altos. Nick Small
ires
Y
YrnczVeenstra. Nicolas Linare:
an
and Alma Hadzlc.
—
)ck You!" is
"We will, we will Hock'
dlls year's Hansen lli^
lalli School
die
lium ecom ing theme during
uur
w eek o f Sept. 12 to 16.
activities
Siudent body dally)• ac
gliout this
will take place ihrouglic
w eek w ith evening, activities
ac
lay's Pow.
Inciudinc: Wednesday':
'volleyball
d e r p u ff football/vol
gam e, with the time: to be announced.
ow ’niursA Iwnflrc will follow
lie against
day's volleyball game
iioinecomH agennan. l-riday’s hon
I., ft
followvd
ing parade Is at 1 pin.,
laying th e
by th e Huskies playi:
I High Sch(ool
H ansen;
s kicks offffhomeconnning
i n a f u n d r a i sising efforts
VaUeyHSjjoins Katrii
Magic ^
Shoshone High School iicit'sSh
1)apcr.
pn
\
lay, a s pan of die 9/11 me------------------ ---------- 1 Monday,
ligh School h as
Magic Valley High
ilhntd d every year at MVHS.
morial
cffon for the
Joined the relief' efl
e M ain Street Players.
ic an c Katrina.
victims o f Hurricai
S' d ra m a du b , has b egun
Ived a change
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Each d a ss receivet
in g actively on th eir
M O M ia -rrS
w orking
th a t c an)s the
jar a nd die class tht
s for district d ram a com II b e rew arded
J
m ost m oney will
lon. T h e Players will
with a root b eer fldt
float party.
L v. j M
>rm in the solo and c n .
ll .,b u s in e s s e s
,
Alrcady, lo cal
lie p a ntom im e divisions.
have b e g u n com
n titrib u tln g to '
o n lu n ctlo n w ith lam es
the fundraiser. Iff a Ib usin ess o r I----------------OCKS dram a program at
Individual w o u ld
I I f 'J ?
Id '(
InihcltelAIlFalls High School. Tlie
nate to th e effort,
ci M V H S al j i i , ,
l.caB
ihc
ml]l6r
perform
trs ]arp also planning o n
733.8023. T h e ccio m p e titio n onKOrtdchm
scm ble
iding a perfurm<mcc at
ends Thursday.
. smdcnts will ______________I_in conji
dalio Shakespeare Fcstl.
Its p; a n ld p a tc d pUghi T hat
MVHS students
M-SchoolW iitc ofthc '555'™“
the to o ls o t Ihc essay
™
h a n g esaD cr9/ll.T hc " " V '”
rill be w atching T h e “” ™ d lj
at Fought Back" on
“ al
]-set a n d th e nationally
Commlssk
/Stud«iits S M kk ffunds (or
^ilzed “Bully Busters" cons for children, organizers
rtta g o to u r
grants t o i
American Heritt
M idT he Idahc
W E N D E llL —- WcndcU
W
r m o re inform adon. cal'
sn ts are raising Commission
die School student:
Slon'awards
m iiid-sc
J910.
ould go o n th e
cducatois w
funds so dtey couli
Ige Tbur o f scvImplement
0 U
local teachars
American Heritage
cadons.
ing In Idaho
end historical locad
ahoi Forest P roducu say [mist Club develops
T hose lon
rec h a s awarded 2S
T he total cost p eerr child Is esdForinteer
n
program
n d a~S300 first
dude:
m ated at $1,759 aanc
wrlth gnm is to help 733.89K
VIN FALLS — The 1\vln
paym ent is d u;e
e O
( ct. 1. a n d . . • AlvinItA
forest-related teachO ptim isfO ctagon Interother paym ents are
arc d u e in No- H l ^ School
Optiml:
10 schools.
miu has been developed
:e m b c r
and
• C haidreceiving
B<
vcmber.
Deccn^
grants inle IW in Falls Optimist Club
Christians M
Febtm ry2006.
o u n g people ages 14 to 18
Thla nine-dayr to u r o f Wash- IWin Falls. A ndrew — Oakley
TWIN
sip oth er young people In
m sylvania.N ew
• Kathy>Gi
Ingto^D -C .P enns]
o l..................................... FaD sO t
com m unity t h r o u ^ projs a c h u se tts in - Elementary
York a n d M assac
1 B5em t ~ U i^thouse nadoniu
Lincoln
• Patti Par
d u d e a the Ford Tnieater,
lie
>M iddle/High S d io o l by die T
I in fo m u d o n a l m eeting
chsonlan.
U.S.
m
entarySch
M useum, Smlthsi
for your
X held a t 7 p m . Sept. 20 at
« o n N ational
C a p ltd . Arlingtoi
G raham — Sawtooth to help
O benchaln Com m unity
y s b u rK A m is h Martial ry
a rSchool. 1V\in Falls.
C e tn o tiw Gettysb
d ie con
tl. 264 Main Ave. S.
c o u n t N '^ p l r e Su
Patterson — Hler Ele- ects.
irents are welcome, and
O ffO W ffW
aB roaairayshowM.SS ta tu e o flib *
;c h o o l
An ll
m
les a n d icc cream urill be
:o'nstltutionand
TWIN FA]
etty. the J/.S.S. Core
will bell
ed
^ gins o f S ^
a B o eto aC d ticsggam
ai e.
a r ts Inatructor
J e iro m
t o re Informadon. call
Itions In care o f
provide free
dontributio
. . ,
Woen d d l Middle
es to chil
D anlBonaw itz.W
«e c la s M
p SnR
n utai.733-939?.
[alnSt..WQndell
Lincoln.
B
l<
S chool 600 E M ain
FALLS — Brian Hig- brownie
«hone db titct Invites'
[ake checks o u t
and St. iEd'
Idaho 83355. Maki
c c e s s M a r d a lA its ^ served,
He S ch o o l
schools,
to Wendell M iddle!
ree after-school dassFor
m ut n ity to op«i house
T h ed asse
I b e students also
ai: a re planh ild r e n a t P e n in e ,.. Jason Ri
10SH ONE
The
phig several fundra
dtaisers.
spect, cBIcke),
or
M o m ln ^ d e
Edw ard's elem entary ShOStM
I
•Ush
Jennifer Miller is the EiiglisI
ngic
and
ar sfUech teacher ai Magi
Win
Valley
High School in Tit'ii
Vc.
Falls.
Fa
— SCM O O t:- N
N
.
ssesofferlessonsofIt^•
:onfldence, positive
W im m i
• SHOJ
j
M I KKIRS
.s N i-avs
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C;isilefi-.rd Wol\es
L-s ill 7 p.niHoyaliy will be
b |)ri‘>enied.
owning o l the
along w ith crow
uei'i) and king,
honu'coinlng qut
u* ccrem onjes.
d uring half.iimt*
The aniui.il hnm
1 cctiniing
Vthe
dance will foUiiw
t game,
fom iaiion. call
Tor m on- info
-.J23. 5593.
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rHiiskyWhiers.hvchcrlan Khtis'l
E W S —
sDCi'cr versus
*0mL>'e«r- assembly, girls-: >
In- taking orders for. 2001
S
Slhoshone Sdtool District In
ie'.il -1:30 p.m.,
l^rnion* Miiiico at lioiiie'
vites
th e com m unity to0 a book.s.'llie cost is S25.5. R
vi
M inia) at 4;.30
th e high
boys soccer ai N
school-wide.opcn
house from
)m 4 inform ation, see tlu
sc
lanVolli-yball
at
ju n . a nd Inm Ma
■ school oHice.
to 6 p m . W ednesday
T he public can m eet-sta
staff
njas vtTsus Pi*
h o ld
T llisdoy: Ninji
m em bers an d see improve
ove. Richfield seniors he
ick party from
rates Day, bloc!
m ents to the grounds at 61 I
>ept. 1 9
5:30 to 7:30 p.m1.;
. a n d volleyball
cla ss dinner on Sep
Highway
24.
h
hfieldlligh versus lerom e at
a hom e at t>
ecue
lUCHI-lKlD-Hichfic
A free community bartxxu
w follow from 6 to7 p m . attth
a
pm .
h:
will
th e S d io o l seniors are having
a n Iiijur>’
liveries at 6
W ednesday: 1-ake
I-;
nual d a ss dinner wiih cldlvei
sch o o l At 7:30 p m . tne annui
sc
r
at
l
7
p
m
;
o
n
Day.
girls
socccr
s I*re!iion 4:30
icld.
p.m
.
an
d
walk-ins
at
7
1
pow der p uff game will be hcli
pi
wl. 555 N. p m . a n d boys> !soccer versus •
A dmission Is S2 cadi.
Sept. 19 at die school,
Ai
4:30 p.m.
l»reston here at 4::
tball
ngcr Driw.
T he hom ecom ing footba
\nm ous C ouple
des baked
T hursday; l-ai
FriT he m enu includes
gtgam e will be h d d at 7 p.m.. Fr
niity football at
' Day, junior \-arel
chicken, m ashed potatoes,
p<
diday Sept. 16. ogalnst Oaklc7/..
m..
v-olleyball at
T
roll
an
d
Preston
at
7
p
m
green beans, dinner r
l-or m orc Information, call
ca
Preston w ith lUg
Ugb>’ at fi p m ..
die
dessert. •
d: district at 886*2038.
The cost is S5.50 eradi
a d or S20 cross country atIt 1Kimberly invi- •
tational at Magic
^ic MotintaUrat--------^
for a family of four orr morc.
mi
$Shoshone schools offer
,d pow der-puff
tallon, call 3:30 p m . and
For m ore Infomiatl<
,
X).
gam e at 7 p m .
d ie school at 487-2790.
^screenings, yeariwoks*
Friday, Sept.. 16:
1 ,Spirit Day.
SHOSHONE — Shoshor
lone .
)ly a t '11:55 a.m .
in re s
queens ossembly
nschools are scheduling appoln
oint- Burley HS announci
7.
an d fooibaU v en
ersus l*reston at
nm en ts for early chlldlioo
'7
o
r
homecoming
sched
WdUle
h
om
e
at
7
p
m
.
sispecial educadon screenings fi
^l7:>fttfsiQj,volTley High
S aturda^S ept.
BURLEY — Bud«]
dchildren o ^ 3 t o S.
at
« l, h a s a n kyball at leromil&IrivitUilloiMl
e
SdiOQJ. 1 BobcafBlvd.,
Tb schedule an anpolntmncnc
cr
neto'liilng dan ce
imlng w eek 9 a.m . and home
ext. noun ced Its homecomli
call Mrs. Sant at 8%-7643,, Q
=
from
8
to
11:30
p.m.
p
'
actlvides.
133.
lk)r
m
ore
Infc
iform
ation,
call
Theylnchide:
Shoslione
Sdiool tsisell*
sol
78-6606.
>ay. queens th e school at 878
Ing
ar - Tbday: Qnvtxjy Day.
il extra 2005 yeart>ook.;s and
I
1
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•
P a g e A -1 0
D^vif/Coofie^^
O pim on Editor. D
ii
view s
T h e Timcs-N<
Septem ber 1 2, 2 0 0 5 ___________
MBlonday,
o
~ - L e t teri s
O t h e r VIE
lEWS
ANP CRMPE aO ’C IO ‘ T O A W R R a
After Kaatrina, an eepic
hiimanitaarian respclonse
T to m a New> Tribun> . ______
-
r(
^
se d th e In*
In g to n ia n s h a v e uus
laces in d ieir
te m e t to o S e r p lac
h o m e s to p e o p le
“w
vsh o se o w n
Major disasters havee a w
' ay
[le d b y K a tri^ p]h y ,
tio m e s w e re ruine<
of transcending gcom
ies a n d
na.
suspending old cnmiQcs:
la v e pledged
M any sta te s hav
tapping th e deepestt w
» ell*'
ees &om th e
ip a th y .
to take in refugees
springs o f hum an empa
o fH
TTiat's especially true of
f u r- G u lf C o a s tB u tmleenj e a te s t rem ost
s p o n s e h a s c o mee rfio m l^ x a s ,
ricane Katrina, the rr
for a
I.S. h isw h ic h h as fo u n d1 places
p
destructive siorm in U.S.
Uion to trin a
q u a rte r o f a miilic
lory.
/ oof H ouston
w w
victim s. T h e City
Americans are now
' itin d o f m ed al
;rcatcst
d eserves s o m e kinc
nessing one o f the grea
ia nr response
in ita rifo r a h u m a n ita ria
outpourings o f humanii
It took
icetim e
b ey o n d th e call oiffduty:
d
an a^istance In peacet
m a lr e in 100,000— 1 5aO
,0 aO attheA s- history. The Internationa
le al
a llb y
tro d o m e a lo n e
lief effon is remarluible
ty o f T exans
T h e h o sp ita lity
itself. Adversaries likei C u b a
Ief organiza*
d 1
h e lp
a n d v a rio u s relief
and Iran have offered
( t h o u ^ perhaps for prc
p ro p a tio n s h a s e xc te n d e d to
p ro v id in g refugt
ganda value, In some cases),
ca<
[X>0Tcst
sh o w ers, c le a n d o
as have som e oT the poo
uch a s
m e d ic a l c a rc a n d t
nations on earth, such
''
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r'
9
I,
a ,
*
{
Cat,
—
_
W
^
(
fifeS Katitrina hailints all officials
- Bangladesh.
‘
D MO lAPU, WiVB I
R) 2 D P ttT ,„
I
(iselves
Americans
themse
have opet\ed their ,h
,hee a n s
ricane's
and \valle ts to the hurrica
victims. Hundreds ofW\Vja s h -
m e n t o f d isp la cced
e t ch ild ren
seem
in local-schooU . ■They
"1
like loving p e o plel eh! ere," o n e
N e w O rle a n ia n m
m:a r v e le d ..,
T h e WaU Street lo
o uum a l.
______
w buzzw ordsin
Ington are'K atrina
ig o d o n ."'
ArouId*be Katrinag a tc rsw a n tto
d is this: Set u p
to'do
Japanese sneak attack— yett
Kauina was n o surprise. Let's
.'s
inquire into d ia t
Wail, it gets worse. In Newv'
;litYork a t y o n 9/11,403 fircfiglit-
I
IT
K jl^
th a t
will enable dien
hem to dig up dirt
on dieir enemie
mles an d rivals.
ceaag re a tid e a .b e '
Sounds like
cause diere's pl(
o l c
le ^ d n u te m luudd t o l e slung. But
uelt'sequal*oppor*
let's m ake surc
1
make sure
tunity. Let's ma)
»olutely everyone,
e v c r^ n e . absol
Trt^tty Herald___________
_______ th a t h e ju s t w an Ited
te( to a n n o y
a a good tarring
ipaper.
m4io deserves
d ie F ren ch new spa
and maybe som e
r is e d b u td e *
g e tso n e — and
lew spaVVe'U b e surprise
Even as the French new:
,
per L'Equipe tried to
io ig a in lig h te d if A rm stro
start w idi die fedling its a n o th e r r u n a t th e
traction while peddling
n e n t President
istrong,
T h e a lleg atio n -is' ■ “ h e a ..
. "expos” o f Lance Armstr
1 rem em ber Harry
the seven* dmeTour de•France
Fn
e d in 1999. .
otto. T h e buck
.
Thim an^ mottc
T h e facts a re t hth a t h e w o n stops here." aas
champion two-upped them
the .
s l he evaluates die
a n - th a t race, p a sse d1th
th a t series o f perform ancecofH
ol o tae la n d S eArmstrong
iirst
ta ry M id ia d
nounced he and C
Chh e ry l te s ts a n d th e n svvei
ivept sbc m o re curity Secretary
th e g rea te st- C h c n o ffa n ddhhis
l underling,
Crow are engaged.
ra c e s to b e c o m e tl
Then he told the A
Aiu sd n c h a m p io n e v er In n u m b e r o f Federal Emerge
w on.
m ent Agency cl
American-Statesman hhee w a s T ours d e F ran ce vw
>re
w e h e a r, a re B row a Beforc t taldng th d r cur*
coming out of retiremet
n e n t to
M o st F ren ch , w<
3 iertoffw asa
try for an eighth victory.
ry.
th r ille d b y h is
Jrown ran horse
He was just kidding,
Ing, a n
d u ra n c e
and
ob from w hich h e
Armstrong spokesman
on s a i d .
reco rd ,
oesBushreaDy
■
.
wasfiredLDoes
the nexi day. (About ccor
o m in g
But a few Frenc
in c h trie d —
vrant to tell u s dt ie s e a ie d ie
out of retirement, notIt al
w ehavefordlsasa b o u t a n d failed — to ssp
p o il It all.
best people wc
o n an d relief?
tc rp rcvcndonj
T h u s L a n c e ’'ss jo k e a n d
Crow.)
pro-Bush Will
th e pro
Then Armstrong said,
id , well, s o m e th in g a ll F r e n c h a re
lal
m
d
:
T
h
e
su
e
Street
Journal
eeditorial page
m aybehe wasn’t kidc^g
ing. T lie s a id to u n d e rs ta n t
jbvious inittalM *
th e h e a rt.
noted "die obvi
reason h e gave for ihc
h e su p - c e ssfu l affair o f th(
Department of
ures o fth e Dep
a n wa.s
C ’e s tla v ie .
posed change of heart
in its flrst
H om ehnd SSecurity
ea
llte s tW h k ±
-----------^-------b lg p o s t-9 /!lti
that
should rem ind us
M
tastrophes—
nai V / |7 I C
m ore such cata
a s w e lla s '
ture-madeasv*
__are
com ing ■
r
atn.
m
an*m
ade—
J
Chrti SttMnch.
- Bnd Hutd. . . : PuUWwf .
c h ....E i« t«
SenlHlUar^’!
ir^’Rodham c Snton
ty -- h d p f u lly f o r
ilDrialiite_______has h e lp fu lly
Iaditorisi board and writan of editor
Thetmmbenoithtadii
sid e n d alam b ld o n s
DN.bii.rt________ her ow n presid
Itainbach. Stave Cnmtp, Elaanore Bllkluil,________
But
Brad Hurd, Chris Stein
- s u K c S t e ddaa 9 /11 Commls*
quiry. No doubt she
«naJooeiaod David Cooper.
Raflwna
_____________ __sion-Bkeinquil
Lance,JArmstron
to his laure
adds to
I lf J
r M EBB
Imes-Ne^
P w K i-irn iN
M St
U h
■ M
----------------------------------- 1
brw ard to headlines cm*
looks for
b a r r a sing
s ^ d ie Republican
Istradon for years to
admlnist
come. But
Bt she's n ot blameless.
federal ollidal, too.
S h e sa fc
And w
what exacdy docs Conlo, anyway, cxccpt kvetch
gressdo,
m don? O ne diing It docs
for atten
is vote for
fo poric program s diat
lOconnection to urgent
have n^o^
le& In July. Congress
prioridei
1a S286 billion highway
d u d in g 6300 "ear*
blU.Jndi
d" projects. On diat list of
m arked
e a n rks
^ is th e $223 million
e to noviifierc''in Alaska
1n o t a dim e for Louisiana
levees,•Yet
n Clinton voted fo rit
n g for It. too. vrere
Voting
ana's two senators and
Louisian
One of
“ v e nrcprescnuidves.
^
Pelican State lawmakers
, M ary Landrieu, who
lsSen.N
i
that
d
ie
best
defense
is a
fa io w U
3frcnse.0nA B C shcsaid
good off
3uld "pundi" d ie presishe wou
else who
d e n t otrr anyone
j
o n e d th e quality of die
quesdor
m d local response.
stotearv
th ose willing 10 risk a
jrlal left hook should ask:
senatori
n th e b lu e b la z ^ is
W hat Iin
vyrongw
Iv fe 'v e sre n ^ * pictures
doin?W
s e New Orleans school
o f diose
b u ^ .w
w h ich could have been
:o evacuate
residents, situsedtO
'
)rlom ly Dooded irt a
d ng fori
p a ^ lg
g lo t like sunken batde*
shipsaatt Peari H arbor after the
S
kiUed uying to rescue peoplee
from die WorldTVadc Center.
r. Ir
In
le
New Orleans, one dilrd of die
CO appear to have deserted.
cops
!d.
That's
som edilng to investigate
5ate.
Th
'And let’s n ot forget Mayorr
iuRay
Ra Nagin, th e anti'R udy Giu­
liani.
lia W hereas Gitdian! was
sic a n d resolute four years;
stole
ng d ie panicky Nagin was
ago,
ppa
a n o fd ie problem . Even ass
bodies
floated d iro u ^ i die
dg
streets,
h e se n t cops o ^ o n an
m
sti
R'ond-Rjtm
kei to Las Vegas.k
R>
mW
When asked about diat boonddco ^ e . he bruycd,‘'LasVL‘gns
is
is Is
|
an party
town. New Orleans is
is ua
.
pa y town. Get over it."
pan
Nagin epitomizes die worst
rst
oof
f urban politicians. Showing
lg a
coinbtnadon
o f Incompetcncc.
ICC.
ca
defiance
a n d arrogance, lie
dt
m
lav
makes tiie problem wonsc. Iilavin; w orsened things, he puts:s
ing
ay.
di padiedc results on display,
die
seeking
toguUt-trip die test of
sc
di cou n u y inio sending aid.
die
i.
Sneaking o f palhctic. let'si
look
at
d
ie lum pen proletariat
ia t
lo
of
ofNew Orleans, die looiers,
sh
shooter;,
rapists and diilddiroat-cuucrs.
If diey have
di
problems,
a n d they obviously
sly
pi
dc i^t's help. But let's not just
do
1s t
di
dilnk
furdier funding of the
status
quo is die sam e as help­
dpst
ing. Iftlie system is
d]
dysfunctional,
bigger budgets
ets
oi make for bigger dysfunc­
only
lietii
tion.'
So. yes. let's investigatv. Don
)one
rii
right,
such on invvsdgadon1wil
will
make
alm ost all of o u r’Ieaddni
ers*
ei look bad.
1would like my voice to be
roposed
heard in regard lo die pro|
Regional
merger o f Magic Valley Ke;
UDv's
Medical Cenier widi S t U
r. 1I a m
.
Regional Medical Center.
'alley
an employee of M a^c Vail
■r.ltis
Rcdonal Medical Center.
I
unfonunate, as a resident
nt of
lerom e County, d u t 1 d oonot
r
vote on
have im oppominlty to vo
such an im portant ^ u e2 aas
healdi core In our region.
n.
I hope the county comr
nmis*
)k atall
sioners will seriously look
e di ia t
die proposals and realize
.St. Luke's is die rigliidioic
jice.
Slstere
Wliilc Saint Al's and die SL
pluds.
of Uiariiy are good hospit
d hl o sp ldiey are not Idaho-bascd
le d in
>
tals. TVinity Healdi, locatec
............
N ovi Mich., is corporatecheadh
he
quaners for Saint Al’s. Ihc
;corpoSisters o f Qiarity has its ct
nsas:
raie hcadquaners in Kons
an t to
Tlic Sisters of Qiarity wan
Saint Al^
"buy" us. A merge Wldi Sa
e Sisters
anda"b u y o u i"w id id ie£
ive no
o f Qiarity means we have
would
locd voice; the monies wc
idty.
not stay in our communlt
careA “for-profit" healdi-ca
inbusiness is m ade up of in
•r |parts
vestors dial live in odier
o fth e counuy and are not
no local
vvidia
investors, ByafiUiadngwi
iy.we
voice. More imponandy,
sliould ■
will lose lhe funds that sli
lunlty.
go back into die commui
[)ocke>s.
n o t into theinvestors' po
d in
Tliey arc only interested
I
dieir Iwltom line— mon
3
St. Luke's is Idaho-base
;ra sy swilling to bring togedier'i
al b o a r d ..
tem that provides a local
le ui p o f
'IliLs boanl will be m ade
lunlty.
m em bers o f our commui
die deWe will have a voice In di
.All
cislon-maklng process./S
rea.
funds will stay in our arei
issue
We all m ust take diisi is
saying
seriously. I hear people; si
"Leave ll die way it Is." W hen
asked If they have readidle
d
paper or would want tooknow
V
."W
m ore they answer, “no."
\ idi
^ rg e t
dlls attitude, we will nev«
die liealtii-carc system1d ia t is
best for our area.
;en years
ll will take five to sever
iciUty.so
to im plemen; a new facil
will lose
if u-e don't act now, we w
Ight not
o n opponunity dial mlgl
com e again,
jn do c ­
O ne hundred ihineen
ile
tors strongly agree to die
leyRcm erger widi Magic Vallei
and St.
gional Medical Center ar
crcent of
Ixike's. Morc than 83 per
Medical
Maj^cVjilleyHej^onalM
eve d ia t--------C enter employees bdlev
ic Valley
It Is significant lo Magic'
ter lo be
Regional Medical Ccntet
d d ic a re
a p a n o f a re^onal healt!
percent
system. Morc dian 76 pc
agree o r sirongly agree.•dial
d
dll b e a
w idi S t L-Jccs. iherewiU
ealdi
long-term benefii to hea
y.
cnreintheMaf^cVaDey.
LORAINEDEVEY
Jerome
s
] in ffederal spending
U.S. goavernme]mt must rein
O
fiscal
fu wreckage, b ut die leader
derogem entandB udtionsto
tod ie m illions of baby
DceofManaflei
ASHINGTONl-ln
1 ^
ship
sl o n Capitol 1lill has yet to
boomers
er w ho are nearing reget said d ie &
oeifld t for dlls year
the wake ofHluniun
^
W M
'er
assen
its constitutional power
snt
age.
as
ine
to
$333
billion
tirem
en
would
decline
1
1conc Katrina, crcdiblc
crc
but
oolf the purse o r do anydilng' bu
V those pre*Katrinaesd}lUlon
in
2004,
Presi*
Nowl
D
a
v
i
d
from
$
4
1
2
buuc
ca.sdnga
1private cxpcns
are rorccasi
Iting'
increase
th e damage by cuttini
i hove
b een rendenxl
in
laid.
“I
t
i
a
sign
d
iat
m
ates
h
icdcral budget deficit ofSS
utau e s while simultaneously
o re ridiculous. In die
BRODER
“
mny
y^is strong, and It^
even nmi
billion for tiiis year, a shar{
boosting
sp en d in g
0 days sincc d ie storm h it
b<
sur tax relief plan,
QrstlOc
a sign diat our
lyofdic
m inder o f the fiscal folly
ol
endThe w arning signs of impend
■esldent asked Congress
iw thpolidesare
th ep res
our pro-growth
current covemment.
rvery
ing
appropriations
ir econom ic calamity arc ever
fo re mlergency
e
-------------------- >
working.^
For all d ie deserved crid
cridcism
------------- -----------rebit
as
evident
as were die fore­
ibifiion
—
a
n
d
th
e
bills
bl
ofS 6 2 b
ct oc f num bers
I n A u ^ t wtwi h e n d ie C o n in has
m easured by a set
the Bush administmiion
h reis
casts
o f ruin for New Orieans
c
■
a r ^ usts tstarting to com c in.
[ira ttd ie se n gressioiw BJudgetOfBce
ud
that Rep. lo h n Spra
ceived for its tardy and ragged
rag
when
a m ajor hurricane liit.
‘ question is w hedier this
w
d t f d t forecast to
TTieq
lowered th es de
ior Dem ocrat o n1th
di e House
response to the storm'si ravages
ra\
id ts
l l i e runaway budgel duQdti
irce th e president and
Republican Rep.
will fore
tec, carries
$331 billion.1. IU
leG
Budget Com mittee
on New O rleans and the
Gulf
;rare
com
pouncled
by
the
per­
esslonal
Republicans
to
aj
ofIow
a.diechair*
congres
diart die annulim N usaleofli
o ststo
w idi him. TTieycha
Coast, d ie lonz-term costs
mce
sistent
an d growing lmbabnc<
ind dieir obsessive drive
si
House Budget
suspeni
icdbyC ongress m an o fd ie Hoi
s s disrcai increases passed
the nation of the rvckJess
(
opin
luce d ie revenue base of
ir our trade accounts — jeop­
said. "We're dearly
toreduc
lebt lim it In
Comminee,r, sa
in the nadonal deb
gard bod i die presidentIt and
ar
ardizing
th e inflow o f foreign
ipi
deral government, o r
ai
t
track.
The
strong
th
e
fede
)
billion;
in
o
n
d
i
c
r
i
^
l
t
n
inward
2002.
it
w
as
$450
bl
_______ Cwigffisihaisjhomtow
le rth c y w iil finallystart------- fi
id— w hedie
iir iin 0 O4,StfUU economyn oflpttrevefluesTU
p
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t
iffthebiU
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payingi
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billion: a n d diis year,
yei die House lolling d efldt
even greater.
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a
privale
dinner
die
othei
ther
Is incurring.
successful leaderm e n tis
scrcaseofan*
results o f thle
e si
h as passed a n Incn
In tim e, diose forcedIfrom
fro
evening
w here nfany of die:
c
3lides o fd ie
It isihha rd to b c o p d m is d c o n
m, OB
ship an d polid
iia iand
odier S781 billion,
< which
their hom es in Louisiana
m
core. This president m ay
n en an d w om en w ho havee .
n
d
ie
president’
'
d
ial
see
■et
to
a
c
t
That
Congress
an
d
(
inicd,
die
Senate
has
yet
I
Mississippi will be retumc
steered
econondc an d fiscal
d
teraDy b e incapable of resi
dgmentswerefoulty
notlitei
I S3 trillion in
These judgn
sto re d
totals a sm nningS:
and a degree o f order rest(
policy
during die past two
lg directions, b ut we liave
p
.They
versing
Lnfourycars—
a tth etim e-T
h m ade no proBusiness
additional debt In
I
to their communities. Bus
decades'w
ere expressing dielr
lelr
d
yet to1see
s< him d o diat on any
rease in th e cu* vision for thtie
e econdnuing costs
^ ^w
a 50 pcrcent increa
win recover. Mardi Gras
alarm
about diis situation, oni
one
Ic in t n u tte r. Treasury
a:
I nliW d ie R e p u b U signiflc:
o m a llo f
o fth e w a r ln
m uladve debt fron
again b e cclcbTated in (he
die
.•dta iy John Snow reponedly ss|p e ^ r sum m arized the fedSecreta.
>us history.
can plan toIeen
n d th e estate tax
archilAmerica's previous
Frcnch Quarter. But our
d
»ngressk)nal
Republicans
ii
inra
o
fd
ie
group:
aQ
th
e
pievkius
Bush
toldcoi
>katdiat
o n d m akealltl
inwiU
W hen you look
a
dren a n d ^andchildren
m
J.
-I
diink
it
s
1925,’
he
said.
n nia n e n t A nd m ost
In 'a dko» r a m eeting that Katricongratulatory
tax cuts perm
record, d ie self-cot
pay a co n dnuing price•for
for th e
“M
).“
rengthens d ie case for
“i d we're headed for 1929."
w iio ____ of ^ t h ^ ^ n o t calculate re - __n a strw
o face
_ to n e o fd ic R e p ujblicana
bl
- refusal o f our leaders to
fa
—
n g d ie Bush tax cuts per*
h e c ^ o fd ie n e w
making
ihg\\^ishiiigton alisdrallythec
f-coritrol
have b een rurinihj
I
iherealiiyofano'ut-of-co
dnas
David Broder's e-mail addns
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ite
saip
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o
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bu d g e t
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je
s
s
arc
appalled
at
die
L
m ingobliga*
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hi House Of- benefit a n dIdiekM
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i
greed an d sim ple
t d e v cry lam
ihame nation
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ik A ineriauis
thing unless
sickcned to d iink/
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e|
rant
pie from Loidslona. 1can^
idle o fa
bdieve during the middle
lobdng
nadonal disaster diat lobi
bestidea
and c a r Jacking is d u bcsi
h.
they c a n com e u p with.
or food
I c an see th e need for
ft
te F
people
an d w ater Ibr desperate
al nradier
w ould m ake them steal
than starve, b u t Uiebeha<
diavior
anb nalsduring
can behave like an
a lu d o n ai crisis,1.
country diat
This is not dtee ci
gavethefrUves
m y forefadiers gav
i s sim ple
topre8erve.TWssis
itire Cadillac
thievery.Theendri
icF
dealership in die
f renchQ uar's n o t
ter stolen? That's
It’s stealing! I
dcsperadon. diat’
c a n i i m a ^ e b ePing
i n In diose
ideadL
sta rv in g to
da
rvrtiat th e m onsters
Iw ondervd
la ie d d n U n ^
ofal-Q aldaan
itsea9 /ll* ty p e d is^
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n y m ajo rd tiesan d
aster o n mlaanj
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n * ^ als'w m take
c a ie o fth eIre
resst These people
are acdngHV»
likeunhwal*
iftkx>
ing, ro b b lo
^ 1 dng—
w hatever/ou
youcall h — it takes a
sp e dlal
alkind o f person to com*
m ltdhese
ie crim es in a tim e like
an d I h ope they are all
this,an
KUted an d spend rruuiy
p rosea
linjalL
yearsir
I doo lknow d iat if somedilng
his h ap pened in Idaho, wc
likedii:
d n ot see this behavior,
w ould:
oans w ould com c togedier
Idahoa
b things widiout this sad
andfix
display
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leans
to help In New Orlei
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iploycr
diardc my wife, her empl
KCS.
a n d h er fellow employee
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Mywife.Dr.Cadiy En;
igw ldi
in New Orleans helping
>nt activlth e triage a n d treatment
lUlS
des going on at die Loul
ic is from
ArmstrongAlrport.Shcl
!dLSU
Louisiana and attended
Medical School, whichil Iplaced
ring for
h er in a posidon o f corir
rlcans
d ie poorest of New Orie
est h it by
(diosc w ho were hardes
iic utm ost
die flooding). I have die
doing.
Family
Dr. Engle works for Fa
wish to
!lealdiScrviccs,andIw
extend my dionks lo die
headwed
ministration who allowt
such
Cadiy die dm e off (onI si
sh o n nodce) In order to
lo g o to
ish to
New Orieans. 1 also wist
who have
thank her co-wotkersw
rork ln h cr
taken o n additional wot
absence.
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TWlnFalls
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How caiin we mini]imize \Y1M teH o)usem aade
future ddamages?
;inistakies
panics to do th a t
plan for disasters.
:klng)ohnC . Robetts
npickln
Mcanv^Wle. Bushinn e c d s to
Hxlng diese errors willI com
co c
r chief justicc less than
Ir.forch
C a rl p .
onom ic
less in
review his entire ecor
too late lo prevent die mess
36 h oours
u r after die d eath of
T k T c a rfy n U o fu s wwill
lll bear
I
i
plan In light o f tiiepDossibility
o
dealing with tills crisis b ut rm ay
Rehnquist.'Prcsldcnt
William
Reh
L eu bscx d rf
1 ^ 1 so m e o f th e cost I
slllionis
10 rnext
that d ie initial SIO bli
b e able lo prevent one dio
W
A
R
D
Bush
show©
jwcd
his
ability
to
act
X H ricanc Katrina's
only tiie suut — a n d Itills at a
.
tirhe.
nd decisively at crucial
'-----destruction, so w c all ht
PFRM A N
sw ifdyandc
ipse
o fecoost,
tim
e
wlien
die
collap:
i
Still,
m
uch
of
Bush's
postI
C.K1VIA1N
m
om
enK
.
\ftcrall,onc prindplc behind
K.
I
.Afl
. stake In m lnlm lring fun
pend
nom ic activity in thleG
e I ulf '
hurricane grade may depen
Bush tax cuts was to limit
m oonstration o f d ia l os*. die: B
_______________
His dem
asters. T his isn't a s easy
[isyasil
______________
svenuesfor
;isive
' Soudi wUl reducc rcvi
o n w hedier hc takes dccisiv
!scOpcofdic
federal
governiresidential
leadership
diesi
pect
o
f
presl
may sound. Decisions
G
raonhoNv
In 1906.
deficit.
iera budget already indi
• steps to deal widi die afterm t to essential services.
a sharp contrast virith
mem
we spe n d now to reduD
lucepoM iSom e argue
: ththat there is a 90 .
la d e a g o o d :
Senate leaders rrmc
m ath.
assum ption o f com T hoi
bic future dohiagcs oarofnughl
re :
p etcem probabil
gdiisw
cck's
ilUons
decision In delaying
t
It's not just providingbilUo
d c ^ g r e s s m ^ M t picid responsibility in
ond<
with u ncertainty anda hum
ht an
quake n ear New
)n
repealing .
rsonnel.
'scheduled
debate
on
cof
dollars
and
needed
persor
mably includes protecting thedie challenges o f Hursumi
Irratio tuillty. W c arc nev
never going
2050. A single 8.C
casure
!cds to
estate taxes, ll i e mea
His administration ncedii
aerican people.
atrina.
Ame
to get it com pletely
level half o f M en
xl entirely. If
ve ways
ouglit to be dropped
com c up widi imaginative
\
S eneraiedaspateof
Pc
Personnel:
Let m e em phasizeJ that
thi wliile
d ue soudi. A m u
n iclm a n g lin g , it may b e>dtim e for th e
■stories likely to sap
Bush's
Bu
first head of die Feder- to cope with die economic
■ most citizens win bears
a rs o m e
quake In Kobe. Ii
to
admlrUstration and] Congress
C
pact on the thousands o)ff Ne\v
N
ils dim inished job-apalEn
Emetgency Management
cosl from Katrina, tiiest
lesccosts
siOObUliondam
m m g c liil9 9 5 ..
lisetiiebll.
‘
ither
consider
ways
to
rais
r
O
rleanians
who
have
neithi
p n c yand his former.chief o f
landing.-Bu( history Is
Ager
are not shored equally.'
Uy llio s e
N orisM emLphis
p h the only city
Ul set
lions diat die disastei
ter will
hom es nor jobs. Wal-Mart
• a
df,
loe
Allbaugli,
was
ail
exshow
tnat
Bush's
real
staff,
who lost family mcmbc
i c hCa ile s lo n lia a
f c ’ly l'fsl'"
nbers bear
facing a quake.
^ ju ir e .
standard by ofi'ering Its em ricnced hand at sialc
aking ocperi<
on eno rm o u s h u m an
falluie I 1n decision-m
*
iiccio s l.lh e
a devastatingqu
qun kclnlB 86
ployees jobs in their new
n Uic years leading up
(fovc
vcm m ental issues uritii real
lives o f those w ho lost
t
ist dielr
an d Boston hada do n e in 1755.
S led
CarlPLeubsdorfls
'isW ashirtg‘
locations. Q inton suggesie
cane Katrina.
a o}Utat
u die Wliile H ousa His
hom es an d possession:
l ^ s arc alRepeats o f tliese
sc q u iik c s might
“’ “ “ " S "
im ent
ton bureau chiefof'the
il\ Dallas
M onday that the govcnimt
ccessor, laivyer MichacI
gli presidential aides
succ
icred in
unlmagin
ju sm d s.
Tliougllt
iginable
kill ten s o f ilious
. Morning Neil’S.
offer incentives to otherrcoinco
n
e
d
his
skills
a
s
tiie
naBrov
own,
is
neidier.
only wcelcs a g a M any
v
liavc touted
nywill
m e r s t o r nlaa ddo th a ld c The
first
secretary
o
f
hom
e81
president
wiih
a
n
Tl
never regain tlic wealtli
" d l—
stroyed m y mXollS o ^ e i n
ad security, fonner
^;ree. die way he has al- . land
however lim ited — thal
thai liiey .
Q iondler. Minn,
nn., in 1992 stayed
innsylvania Gov. Ibm Ilidge.
scarce fiscal resources,
Pem
had Ijcfore tiie storm
h
n ., Many
on d ie ground
fc m en.'than 10 ' S i ' S
d rot
'wisasthe expericncetl executive
G e t t li i n g i n t o u c h
will b e o u t o f svork for
v
■ ilsn
selected1key
ke; personnel an d
o rw eeksor
mUes. Wliat if
ils adiliadnro•ed
die
governm
ent's
of
aamajor state, and he had
montlis.
d e n s e ^ ^ p o p X tc .
—
ceeded from dei
‘lings
Twin Falls, ID 83301
Dl
Vtin to make your feeling
3 u b lem ana^ngdie massive■
achinery
m
ade
last
ux)u
In com parison, the
ic ii
lax bills
M in n e io n k a io l
4-3905
entatives
734-6780, Fax 734-:
kriown to your representc
Tisls alm ost inevitable.
new
nv department. I lis succesand higher gas prices
ad o frro m L eo ta
wt-jkscrisi;
cs il
iluii afHeigins instead
low:
In Washington:
ir, MichacI Gienofl', is neiUicr
:r
In Congress? Here's how
irces:
sor,
Hcsoiirce
feet th e rest o f Us aree sinall.
sr
Uui
,o Like Wilson?
Vhiic
House
consistent*
and
id
is
unequipped
to
run
o
n
e
520
Hart
Senate
Offii
fffice
Building
diey are n o t negli^blc.
ble.Pr6slW liU eitseeni
" n u th e sltitto r ■ , '‘I ? ' ™ '
' the biggest fedehil bureauedeffohsl)y local
ofth
Washington, D.C. 20
20510
dent Bush h as askedd fo
for 540.5
disaster movies,
,es.!oniescien.
■
Sen. Mike CrapoB
m s an d th e Corps o f
crac
ncies.
' . (202) 224-2752
billion in disaster relief
at aavolcanic
polmcians;
ilief approtisls argue that
1
In
Twin
^
lls
,
call
or
write
■lliings
miglit have m oved a
.■rs for funds lo
'11
e-mail:
printions. Tliat Ls aboul
ieeCanary
Islands
Ungineeref
tout S370
enip tio n in th
(
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di«
len flood control an d '
lotI m
r ore quickly if a Rudy Giuhttp://cralg.senate
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per h ousehold a n d it is only a
c o iid triiK c ra
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a tsunam
i of over
ini had lieeii in charge.
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ion efforts in th e New
llani
stan.
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40 feel, devastat
Structtue;
i
area.
Sl
. Twin Falls. ID 83301
Add th e iiiglier costs
}sisofgiisocoastline from
r
n northeastern
Rep.
Mike
Sim
mpson.
,• this m ay Indicate dieir
Al decjides in which federAfter
r*
734-2515: Fax 733^41^
line a n d n atural gas.shlglier
hi
,
Brazil to Ga-enli
•n lan d.lt miglit
,
In Twin f^lls. call or
or vffite:
for disaster
tioliiical clout, il also
al responsibllity
rc
insurance prem iumIS,
s, anil
z tlie
lack o f poll
In Washington:
hiippen nextyear
ye: an d it miglit
Charlie Barnes, agrii
jriculture
■lief was scattered, il was cenleet a feeling dial diose
relU
overall slowda\vii ini dillle counMO.yeais.Wlial
mayreflect
h ap p en in 5,000
'■
239 Difksen Senate Offia
field direcior
alized
in
FEMA
during
the
g
o
f
disaster
w
erc
crying
irali
try's production of goo
io o d san d
precautions ihouldw
sho
eiA keto
Building
'
1201
Falls
Ave.
E
.,.,!suite 25
arteradminisiratlon.
I’resisince
decades
o
f
such
O
in
services, a n d it's clear
i
a f iby^th
e___ p ^ l tjct M ^ ■
iaaiitt^ , M ian,lot
Washington.
O.C.
20510
had never materialized. • den
ent Bill a in to n brouglit in____
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; m ainly reflects th e re-Jam
734-T219; lSr73*4:
crable.
People havee a hard tim e
“ “ ' ‘' i " '
id
e-mail niessages can be sen t
in Washington:
m llarjob in Arkansas and h ad
1 baide for fiscal an d
slm:
If such disasters affet
iffect m ost
niJiking so u nidelioicesinvoiv.
dc
via
Sen.
Crapo's
home
i
Dth
standing
and
instant
acle
page
1339
Longworth
Bu
Building
resources
by
a
governbotl
households across tlie
outcom es,
h u m a ^ itc
ihe nation
jng uncertain1 oi
.*ss to dieVmiie I louse.
icreasingly strclched
cess
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Washington, D.C. 2(
20515
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y ile n o n e su d i
m en th icie
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w c:
can wc
particiUarly whi
When
ITiMA was com bined
ne factor
Is die heavy
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Phone: (202) 22 S1-5531
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1 lin. O ne
t
m inim ize futurc dam
a
mages?
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d of w ars in Iraq an d
inio
>16
Fax: (202) 225-821'
Naive M onday m om
in
Tiingmiartrous b u t h as"a
a ’very tov chance
‘
Sen. Larry Craigi’
oth
siandiHgand
focus,
l
l
i
e
isian
botii
in
financial
botl
s
Access
Simpson's
(e-mail
cutrini!,
AfBiianista
terbacks m ake tliis sou
sound
of actually occu
In Twin Falls, call or write
inphasis
was
slilfied
tb
com
m
an
terms,
iK'cause
of
emi
lage:
through his Webpa]
lixperim enls
simple: lust s pend ail little
lit more
,18 show diat indiaiing lerrorism. And in July.
Mike Mathews, regional
di
ball
3l director
h itp ://www.house.i
e.gov/simpL-stimalellle
d ie lie ,vivy
y treliance o n Nationa]
in on ty to co nstructt ob
obvioas
viduals overesti
iroops.
Bui il goes bePUMA
B losl its role of working
560 Rler Ave. Suite A^
son
otu n ra m iiiar risks
fiu a rflro
u
defensivr m easures.sim p o rtan ce ofl
ilh states and localities lo
will
y“ "d th lilt.
n t,
Levee failures caiisoi
used most of w ith low proib
b aa h ililie san d u n tlie h u m an a n J propei
)perty dam deresllm iite fat
fam iliar dangers
uge to Nc^v Orleai li. If we had
th a t are m u c:h
h im orc likely to
spent a couple billion
i
on iiuire
op
affect us. WeI fr<
frei a boul m adIiiglier o r sim n g er leve
levees in
cow tiisease bu
b u t ignore I-. coll
past yeor^. tlie argumc
iment {joes.
or O im pylobac
uacter. We worry
.
we w ould n ot Iw speni
lending tens
ab o u t a irp la n e s b ul tiilnk
nlyincom n o th in g o f nlegolialingbusy
eg
ofhiliions no>v.lfonly
pctent poUticlaas had
tnd noi
highways. W^e
e tdon't let our kids
failed to see tlie obvioi
vious, we •
play at a h ouse
Lise w here thcrc
would n o t have incurr
:urreil the
are gims. b u itt w
w c don't w orry ,
dainnge we did.
going to a hom e
ab o u t th e m go
Hie problem is mor
nore compli- witii a sw im m
miin g pool. In all
iivx*ver.
I=or
cases th e m ore
c.ilcd tlian this, Ik3w
x*\
ore fam iliar hazuld we do tq
arti is th e m ort
exnm pla w hat shniild
o re dangerous
reduce tlic h a rm tliat
lal iearthone.
quakes will evcimially
ally cause in
Conversely,y,a a s a society, we
Memphis. Tenn.. and
nd
collectively unc
in d eresilniale die
*liatal)oui
im portjuiceofi
Qiarleston, S.C.7Wlia
o f unfamiliar lowprotecting tlic cast co;
.•vents.Wc place
coast fnim
probaliiliiy eve
irtance o n avoiding
(sunomis?
u n d u e im porta
Most p eople would
iildnoiidena-polilion o fth
' th e last shocking
lily either M em phis
is oi
or
disiisterandigi
ignore other pos.siQ iarleston a s citiess fai
facing seble perils notIt nrecendy
—- - J
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Rock Crcck Park Sun
noon, according t o '
County SheriffWaync
Childicn in a famil
Ing In the p ark n
discovery in ttic nortl
uslcvsaid.
n e r ofth e park, Ibusli
isp a tc h reTouslcy said ddis]
om 3 p.m . H e
ccived the coll about
u oc t a w hile
said the body w as
m ale In his 40s. Hcsai
j^ d th e e a s e
Is under Investigation
Buhl man dies
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In rollover Satu
rturday
one-v eh icle
lEBOME — A. 01
rollover Saturday
ly - a fte rn o o n
and in ju red
killed a Buhl m ann ai
three others.
The accident, occui
ccuncd a b o u t
i/estbound In4:30 p.m. at die west
i-ram p n e a r
terstate 64 on-ra:
eep C herokee
lerome. A 1995 lecp
r-old Nicholas
driven by.2 I-year-oli
iVas traveling
Kuntz of Buhl was
mp w hen he
dow n the off-ram
' drove onto the r i ^ lt shoulder,
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re sb u ri•n th ro iUgh r ejsourceg(§ Cassis
new
ForTii«Tim«n
hires ing
i
buildi]ctor
uwide, unregistered conSiaicwi(
Ibum s are cosdy n ot only
M ^ew t
troUedbui
---------------------------- because sc
o of false alarm s b ut beP l u m e s o f sm oke cause ooff lhow often d icy go out
BURLEY -—
itrol a nd endanger propb urning ore a frecontrol
and
; in Minl-Cassia diis ^
“no lives, sa id M ark
s. IBuhl fire chief an d a
ar, b ut they causc Grimes,
mem ber o f d ie Soudifor firefighters be- boa™ mj
Fire Coop.
co n lro lS d b u rn s C e n ^IIl Idalio
d
nes Is gadiertng statistics
lered in advancc as
Grimes
ive
law.
to prove his casa He plans lo
I'sa sm aU b u m .ltd ie P f'J ™nt' 'die statistics to the
Fire Chiefs Association
Hi
sm oke goess uup In the air. >vld\ Idaho lave
tiiem approacli lawJ these days, w e get
have
rs f<
for t i t t e r regulations
:n calls just o n o n e niaJxrs
iiforccmenl.
Curtis Icnscn. BLM
ion specialist.
. le n wc see how m uch of
ixpayers’ m oney Is spent
" " u S S fS
rc departm ents have die laxpa
Is. oand il's absolutely unled o f a controlled o n tills,
b een notified
sary, 1 diink there \™i liC'
b u m in d jc aarea,
n "wc ahvays roll, ncccssar)
^luctance’ for enforcein g ln to o u d g ets,’’ he less relu
and it's gcltinE
he said.
Ifthere’sn o su p p re s- m em .he
a-ritation m ay be
11 still COSIS."
C umTciiUy.
n
for not obtaining a b u m
cal
Dre
departm
ents
given
for
Many local
ll,
d by
t Grimes said ciiaarc manned
t volunteers who . permit, but
areraie.
eaticallthcyrespond .tio n sarei
arcpaklibreac
ong the local departm ents
Among
ta P u d isan w
o tiihercjqiense'
bchal
ByMarteMlKl
_ _ _ _
_
requentlyrespondingtoum e^free
cred controlled b u m calls is the
lerc
Vest End lire D istria and, to0 a
Wc
7,
Bser extent. Rupert and Buriey.
less
ms
"We have so m any problems
pie
vidi conirolled bum s; people
wit
;eltot
notifying
dispatch
o
r
geinoi
te l
ing a b u m permit." said Wcsi
dni
•nd RrcCJilef Randy Suiion.
Eni
uly
Tlie
problem is panlcularly
1
aid
:ommon in the rural areas, said
coi
III.
lurley
Bu: Fire Chief Bruce Allcoii.
llie
“It crcatcs an expense for ilic
e’rc
ire
firedepartm eni." h e said. “We’rc
uce
rying
try to find a way lo reduce
on;he
am
ount
o
f
(unrcponed
con*
thi
so
iroUed
bum s) that lake place; sc
tro
,ve'rc
we not dispalcheil.'
CSlLoail
fire offldals ore request­
I
lain
ing
Inj; dial those w ho b u m obtain
um
llie
tiu required siale-lssued bum
and
pennll
ilirougli die BLM and
pe
of
notify
no local dlspa'ich centerss ol
the
ih( location o fth e bum .
tore
Hums
m ust b e o ui before
I
dial
dark.
Sutton
said,
adding
tliai
da
ecn
bum
bu barrels m ust have a screcr
S harjnga\
L A U G H
over d ie top to prevent e
from floating out.
W hile B urley allows
burning w idi a permit,
restrictions govem Rupe:
dents.
O p en burilir
prohibited w idiln die d tj
except for leaves during
jpert resiweek period cach sprin
rhing is
fall for yard d eanup, sa
pert Fire C hief U n y Pool
r^g a?li^
State b u m nerrnltspring
n and
obtained by calling die B
leragency
office
208-886-2373 o r 1-80
s may be
2373. To notify Ml]
Couniy offidals of a cor
nnn cj7 ii
bum . coll dispatch a t' 43Tlie numlMjr for Cassia
S i(d o t a
dispatch is 878-2251.
" i S
D ispatchers will n eed
c a d o n a n d tlm c o ftiiesp lna ^ S
’
b u m a n d t h e n am e and
lact n u m b e r for thwe l thf. In
responsible.They should
tlfied Uic d ay o f the bum
an ho u r before die fire Is
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continues In T
TWIN FAUS — I l i c
scaling project oonn IVvin Falls
Q ty streets will be com pleted
Mothers C o n today. Emery Brot
ling thc^ c h ip
stnictio n is doing
dV
Wbrk Aiiead
scaling and Road
iipply-.ls-conC onstruction Supp
S igns
ductin g trafHc ccontrol.
or
a n d A id e rs willI be p resen t to
for
ensure safety a n dI protection
pr
those using the strcc
trcets.
Ib d ay ’s schedule:
ile:
Road
• Locust £rom Kimberly
(On
to Addison Avenue
uc IEast
im M aurice to
• Glendale from
th e d e a d e n d
fter streets arc
Three days after
chip-scaled, a strci
crcw will clean u p c
will b e co n Street sw eeping' w
du cted a t night,
1C. a n d ira tllc
lesent to m ak e
control will be pics<
I
s
a w a re o fa n y
sure the public is ai
vrark crews.
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Cily Editor: MatAew Brad^
re the
vehicle
th e m edian w here
l
w estb o u n d o n -nram
u r p. K u n u
p ro n o u n c e d
w as ejected a n d[ pi
*,-according to
d ead a t the scene,<ac
o m th e Idaho
a news release from
State Police.
The vehicle h a dI tiiree
lJu passen*
[e.ejectcd.The
gers, two vrtio wcre-e
sengers w ere
two ejected passen
Aaron nodrigucz. 19,
1! o f IVvin
iken to M agic
Falls, who was tokei
ledlcol C enter.
Valley R ^ o n a l Modi
tivhosc ruunc
a n d another m an1 t,vl
iress tim e w lio
was unknown at pics
inl A lphonsus
w as flown to Saint
al C en ter in
Regional Medical
lassenger, 18Bofcse. A third pass
soolfB u h I.'v ra s
ycar*old Colt Bess
ik c Valley Realso tolcen to M ode
rdeasesaid.
^o n al. the news rue:
)nly p erso n in
Bess w as th e onl)
ing a scat belt.
th e vehicle wearing
ISR T h e acciaccording to tlic ISI
d cm is under inves
li.
esligatlqn.
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12, 2005
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H H k
Ing to sea His Holiness the Dalai
illey. ihare a laugh whlle.waltlng
Hayii. all of th* Wood Rlver-Valle
Nancy RMh
Mko, lert, Erin R*iko, and Jin Hay<
laho.
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Sea paeei A l and AS for moie on the Dalai Lama's visit to Idahi
River H l^ School on Sunday. Sea
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WiLLI]INGNES;sTO SIiHARE
Blal L a m
r o m fo r m
se d riv er al^vA/ays m a d e ro
Famn] w ife, horse
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By RenM Walla l e h i r i i ^ ^ ^
For Tha T l m a * ^
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tningboard.
DUBLEY-THel
sla County's m
n«an Dee Yead fro m a fie U o f
, Inspection
r tiie
changes in ils zoni
jy Dan Barkei;
Zoning chainn,
m an w ass^ ectedttiie
l e n d o fth ia
lg to Cassia Addu ee 10 take overt)
■yMcMurrw.
position h eld by
t ^ o WiU retire ate llvery goou ap*
irraysdd.
m ontii, according
Irew because
happened
“
' s ;lod
job a n d it cam e
pu - . - m cm u ^
rose to the top
rviews with die
som cdiing goo(
w itiihis current jo
said Yeainan’s
dow n io;w ho rO!
lionbackm
nm d
during die Inierv:
dge of niTes aitd
otiier two."
McMurray V
sa strong sdling
odi caniUdates
strongconstrucdo
and his knowledg
________
regulations were
lecftlcally b u t
points, b u t boti
process
were very nearlyterview
0
Dee best fit oiir
“Ttiwro tunc mfll
ray said,
difference spet
cl we'd go wrong
tiir o u ^ th e Intei
and we
wc d eten n in edndldatc
D
vard to Dee ofBneeds," McMuna;
n board die fln t
■W: didn't feel'
witii eitiier cand
i som e change*
arc looking forwa
jtsonalconstmccially com ing on
d him to consider —
- j
week in Octobcr."
Yeoman saidtposhkin.
s
> o r diree of m y
dicstalTofhispcn
I
tion business leds hleave for on e
applying for dieither
pi and w hen
"I've h a d twofd<t It ndght b e a
sakL
key em ployees Yeaman
1
arsofcxpcrienc* •
rcason o r anoth
bualneaa.
diis cam c u p I jction
fcl
e being sdf-«mgood fit for me."^
“I have 30 yean like I have a
ledge
of
die rein tile consiruci
wiih 25 o f tiiosc I
I be attending a
ployed, so 1 feel
ss at the end of
working knowlet
sponsibiUtics." ore testing for his
csaid.
iidon means Y ^ >avc die Cassia
; board to ovolda
rest
rkingonthezoniu t_ lX _ siP _ be________
fl It, jusl in a dif- •
Yeaman will bhe said,
week-long class
iome very good
tiie m onth befon
g Q jt'diat board
certification, hcs
nan y m o rein o u r'
Tlic ncw posid
who con d o . a ..
m an m u st leav
ie couniy. I d o n t
Cotmiy zoninglunty
b
will have a
conflict ofinterci
ling a good perT U m issw orki
josltioa"
a ___[ng_ board, but
associated vdtii I
ferent capadty," I
"Wc have soj
people serving 1
U
an d diere are ma
. c o m m u n itie s vt
good job for die
believe th e coui
hard tim e fmdir
, son to fill m y po!
SmlflDgihkL
City
;;iiih. I
ByJamlWIhKed
hll
down lo Harold, Wciulcll Gmnge. Ganlcn Cliil
'vas passed
pa;
and
now owns the fann.
ai square dances.
n .writer
w hono\
Tim«»W»ws^
S<iuare d ancing w as a favorii
5t aa few ye;uTi ago, I larolil
---------------------^-------Just
a n d as a m em ber of ll
horse-driving pastime
p
•LL— She w as b o m a
was tcafhlng
tc
WENDEU
an d Hows ;uui Mag
ics and a stu d e n t asked Huttons
ii
king farm girl an d
classes
VV
’alk-y
Singles square tlancii
f'lo come along.
’
It way h e r entire life.
Ruliyio
Meeting willII ddiscuss ,
-•^ery
■ C H M iy iin W
she loved to go at e\ei
cl
Ia child. M anila Ruby
"'hhen
c ii a student asked Kuliy cliihs,
is Bridge
Salmon Falls
I
it driving,
she had Harold «ip|)ortiinity.
«i
l a ie a in o fd ra fth o rs about
d
l!.iri.ld on ce s;iid that d
It over
and sh e took the"
irk soil wiili th e best of
scoot
o
m m SB K ^^SS
HOLLISTER — An o p e n es and work;
i)iggest
m
istake
one
could
mol
i)
was always ready 10 reins>of
ofai four-horse hitch, lead10 discuss th e . ihem andI w
house m eedng to
1 slie
any projcct. Slie died
ing diem
diet III figure-eighis and IsIs 10 gel in h er \«iy w hen sl
Salmon Falls Bridge
dge Proiect will help with an
b
wanted
lo go square d a n c in t
r maneuvers.
w
b e held betvkrecn
n 5 a n d 7 p .m . Aug. 30 at 92
92 years old.
“Even w hen slie wasn’t feelir
he
She just loved driving,’
Sept. 21 at th e Sa
Salmon River
Growing Ru up o n a farm . Ruby
good
and couldn't dance,, she
sl
ildsaid.
K'
Harolds
O uiol Co. oOicc.. 2700
27 H ighw ay loomed toQccook, sew a n d take
Carol
would
com
e
itj
visit."
said
Car
BuricyOtyCoun'en in elderly years she
w
h e ld ah o lV an s- .c a rc o fa hlom
o r e, b ut h e r favorite
tven
93inHoUistcr.1TicI
a fellow stiuarc dancer
say tiiey h ope
in d ie IVvin I-alls Allison,
A
comipeied
pel
rtm ent a n d th e ‘chore wasiw
wiortdngon th e farm,
portaUon Departmi
nade
In liLT spare lime. Ruljy mat
tennial Park at
Aray District a rc stie drovee idraft horses, took
^ u nnty
t y i-alr Draft H orse Sliwv
TVvin Falls Highway
quilts o f old jeans ar
1 maKe up for die
ipeliUon tor seniors and. as denim
d
la n d an d m ost o f all. Compel
partnering on this
F ro je a .
tisp
care o f diee la
gave
them
to
eitch
o
f
h
er
ch
ightingtitisyeat
only
w
om
an
com
peting,
g
le \v a lu c o f h a n lw r k .
th e on!
:alls Bridge P ro- learned die
l l i e Salmon Fails
i-dio-dty's-wiiing----------i-Uic-m en-a-tougli twltle— -dd ren and.gnm dcliildrca____
-------------— - je c tp r o p o s e s a new
n ew b rid g e-o n d - — ShcTnarri
Niemi h as kept u p die trat
s put a n end to a
look fust a tim e o r tw a but
’place th e exist- moved tori'faSTil!“w;nd31
a
ap p roachtstorcplo
same
V
lion,
isunaslights,and
adenodilferencetoher.
li sewing quills of th e san
ing Jaibldge-Thrce
ree Creek R oad where dicy
i
w raised four ciiildren
i'
By Renee W elb
material
for
each
of
h
er
gran'
bers say diey are
ihe
ahvays
liad
a
smile
on."
n
BS.
She i
privately o w n ed on 80 acres,
crossing on thepriv
For
Tha
Tlm»»-W«
iuate
children
w
hen
they
gradua
)ui ihc situation,
sldsoid.
c
Harold:
j a ^At th e m eetDuring pcpcakseasons. she'd fix
Salmon Rills Dam.
meeting, Coundl; 8 6 , she drove a team o f from
fi liigli school.
w ill b e breakfast, ,wi
oy.^
M a r t h a Rul
ing, five altemlatives
ati
work all day vritli the
b u r u :y - >can
bl
Afier retiring, sh e enjoyt
questioned
*s she'd
never driven for a
lunch a t noon, clean
horses
s
presented that sat
satisfy c u rrc n t m en, Bx lur
iis\i
Bom: Jan. 17.1913,
‘1
eil m em bersipy
s lighting could
an d w as able toI vl
I whose
driver hadn't shown iravellng
li
mten napped a n d dien
m an
v^
rcss safety c o n - w hilethem
user needs, address
« th
e
Oted: Aug. 30.2005.
ligluing Cente
Europe,
slay
in
a
casde,
see
tl
md
won
sccond
place.
I;
d iem until dinner.
upM d'
cem s an d sup pport
o r la n d u se s work wiih1Ui
Nova
Survivor*:
Reb«cca-(BIII
(.lliristmas
vsiil
r
f^-iss
of
Venice
an
d
go
to
No
■ctrical M a n a n r
le was nam ed dwTSoutliem
r
miJy w orked’together
..S new
T he famiJ
th roughout thiss nrem o te are a .
vcrcd
Harold (Helen) Ruby.W
Br ' .
latk of street Ugl
— w here she discovcn
1 explained thal
10 Draft
S
-ork was ahvays shared.
Idaho
D Horse a n d Mule As- ScoUa
l e v ^ altc m a - andthew ori
Input to h d p devc
)usin.
,(Jim) Kemp and Roland
--------- A-chaiigtf-in-l
history a n d m el a cousi
I removed d ie old
adon's 2000 M em ber of the family
fj
sodado
6 on» ih c local
At age i: 13, h e r so n Harold
th v s hasi com c fra
doTHito\Mi hash e] streets for safe- . ------neon____
_
_
She
also
siK-ni
a.loi
o
f
tim
e
t
nicLRubyLi5_8fo™??J}i!
andactivdy
participated
in—
------- ---------- p ro jc c u a d v is o ly
iy - c o m m i t t e c ^ -broke his.kleg
f an d Ruby took his—
niary
and
23
great-grandchlk
cano|)\’
o
f
Chrisi
senior
trip
s
%vilh
Rosenia
I elim inated die
s
tiie farm a n d taught
^ )f
ofthe
tr organizations’ activi'a re a laodow ners
lers, a d ja c e n t place on th
M«fT>orial:
Uving
Waters
council
mem
be
• for the canopy
bringing pics to liiwton.
1
ook an d d ie tim es to
ties, Including
inc
COmmunljties* A®ec
fiEected agen cies him to cool
not happyabou
terlan Church for camp
Since about 1938, th er two
tv
an d r o a d w ^ users.
dsiready.
to dIraisers.
ra f
«X8.
have meals
i\Mon
scholarships. PO. Box:
lU b y
At council m<
! wires ran along
cr hom em ade cooking was have
li Ix.’e ii close friends; La\«i
Herli
R e p n ^ ta tK «8
.from th e
Most offUie
th food she prepared
m an D on Dci
n-law
Wendell. 10 83355.
)f d ie street, vre
ed o n th e farfn; h e r
a cal
treatto die family. Niemi al- mi; arried Ruliy's broiher-ln-k
Idaho IhinspottA
t
ctatlon
D ep art- w as raised
'
why die canopj
rc for
1
h d ie C hristinas
s preferred
h e r m om s dill and
;i they \s-ere ahvays dicrc
Rebecca Nlem l said
ways
p
m ent. t b e ' l i ^k Palls
Pb
H ighw ay daughter Ri
*/niii, wi.mi
no longer be us<
side to side, b ut
Jes 10 cookies, H arold loved cacli
c other.
D is u la a n d ih e pproject
ro
r m om spent $25 a t die
plckles
c o n su lt- th a tifh e rm
(&II)
Niemi,
i:]pct
Som eddng Lawton rcmei
nem - v e rsation a n d w arn
ire gone an d te !s
m incem eat p ie an d her
nondi, she t h o u ^ t it
a n t leam will b eJ aatt th e m e e tin g store a moi
y.Erma
15^,. M onsonfrom
' p o k to pole
l)en>
m
ost
about
Ruby
is
ti
>
that
blankets,
aem
ade
bread
rem
ains
a
l:
iccous.
nomerr
to answer question
Ions.
was ouuogc
w
hen
d
ie
d
ty
n n at a diagonal
flus"
'C
o
m
e
o
n
in
a
n
d
e
a
she
never
see
m
e
d
'to
get
fli
ru
s
For mote infonna
have to produce
f a ^ilyy favorite.
f
tm atto a visit th e
“They did
—
wiring
along
die
an d was able to hant
ondle she’d say," said N iemi
id wldi too large a
bodiered h er if she tered
t
jyJlust sp ent less w hen
“t never
n(
site
a t more, tney
project
Web3
ichlidfen.
ty.
reasons,
it
■
scooted over and too
incjqilained
for o n e o r 100. ' any
s situation w idi grace.
Harold. . was cooking
ro
w w w .l t d . i d a ihhoo . g o v / g c t - tim es got ;tough.'^said
to
Iters
infrastructurewill
I sdU be som e .
rep- less a n d sh e was diat
V PiestryRuby wa.*! a w om an %vho3 rt
old once said. “The food
irtien m achinery cam e
Harold
ln«lvcd/D 4/. dJk
k ±i o n Salm on
Even whe
amp
lidiUng.
resented
th
e
all-Aineric
irican
very
end."
I
always
good
a
n
d
dicre
was
r
)}ecc o r contact a b o u t»to5 ireplace traditional
Bills Bridge Projec
k.x218,
% h c n t h e tie
v ability to p u t up
wife
^
iraditional
values of a fann(1w
ytoeaL
’
i
Bob fohnson. ITD
]
Is,IIhe Ruby’s p referred
p l^n'Y
•
r o pn5jcct
m a n - farm tools,
b o d i sides of
could
Tlmes-Ncu's UTifer^
irations o r barm en
hrough it all. she found lim e and
r gave ew rydiiiig slie coi
agcc at 886-7830) or Mike P e p p c t (heir trusty
5ty horses, w hich their
Throi
could stniichu id diere are outcd can be nxtched a t :
a
Planning at
7say diey could get just
to udge
judg 4-H shows, plan an d tot moke sure h er family - and
U 734-6208.
chUdrensa>
hghis fcom sic
else w ho cam c alonj
long - o r write to her at jtvhit -------. coukl be WDUiKi
k meals
for ch u rc h func- anyone
•
ywrtierc.
"
aboutanyw
icvalleycom arm denim diose w in s are
cc
IS, and
p a n icip aie in th e had
I plenty to cat. friendly?conHons,
i
m n u a lln p o iti
N lem ladadded tiiat d ie ability
too far to go &i
- e o f lv M ffm
leatw iilius.
becausc diey n
m l "You just
across d ie toad
took a littie
span." M onson
at way 10 die
But diere wi
decorations.
1 n LU
lointed
lighting
n o re Burleyiristmas
'£
Council
disapjpc
about li
for Chr
™Wi
T ta M M m .'M iF M t.IM^ w
U
M «idiK S,pt«nbw U ,2005
l,ley /I d a h o
M agic V ali
—
—
"fflS\ WEEK: AT C SI—-
T l
dent U nion
mecUng, noon, Siudei
Today
Over 60 a n d Getting Fit' cJ:
b c ^ . 9 a.m., gym.
,
idalio Small B usii^ss Dev
opm ent C enter Business^ Be
^ t
• Camp. noon. Evergreen C95.
CSI Athlctic Boosters wecl
1“ “ ^
luncheon, noon. Tbylor 277.
'•
Jerome Tcch Acadcmy rop
challenge, 12:30 p.m., CSI Q i
lengc Coursc.
,,
CSI Student Senate wecl
mocdng. 4 p.m.. S tudent Uni
232.
n ess DevelIdaho Small Buslne;
opm eni Ccnter Busin
Camp,6p,m.,L^crBree
Arsenic
planning com m ittee
U a l,o SmaU Business
Bu
Dcvcl6:30 p .m .liiylor 2-7.
icr, AAHP and
'S t ^ Narcotics Anc
auc Scivtcc taxmeeting. 7 p.m,. Dcsen
.raining, 8 a.m„
R a d io ,\n ,a ^1=
Idaho Society o f Hac
leurs m onihly m eeii
"^30 . '^'S fg u q . a m
v
iruneni
and'Avin
p.m.t Shields 106.
Falls Fanners Marl
• la ito (local pn).
Thursday
V
duce and crafts), 9 j>-m- to 1
r\’iccs rojie p.ni,. across from
o m Eldon Evans
CSI H um an Ser\’i(
Tuesday
>I Challenge
Expoa-nier.
challenge, 9 a.m.. CSI
C
CSI Inun d atio n board m e
Course.'
Idalio State Dei
D enturists meeiing. 11:30 a.m..Kiylor 276.
lal M edical ing, a a.m. to 65p.m..-Riylor276
p.i
Sl. Lukes Ilegionai
CSI Ski Q u b weekly mectii
Center Magic Valle;
llcy Board and 277.
I p.m.. Shields 106.
meeting, noon. Taylor;
or277.
CSI addictions
o n s class ropes
CSI A m bassadors wecl
j-eekly
CSI Phi llieta Kapp
ippa weekly challenge, 9 a.m.,
(
"■•CSlChallcnEC
meeting. 2 p.m,. S tudent Uni
Union ,„ceiing, noon. Stuclei
(lent Union Course.
232.
232.
M ade ValleyjY
Yoou^O rehcslra
IdaJioOnicu'-of State Superi
Illl A l.ililifs
reiieap^Ti, 9 a .m
., Fine A ns 121
permStudents Accessing
m..
tcndeni m eeting. 2 p.m.. Tuv
Taylor weekly nu'cting, 3:;«)
j
10 11,111..
Mu.133.
277.
dent Union 2411.
• Idalio OfTice; ooin Aging txpo
CSI O utdoor ProgramI cl
cinyU.S. Constitution I);
Day public for Seniors. 10] a.m
S. . to 2 p.m..
skcct and trap shooting class
cl:
I10tw l.lust 0 - gy,,,_
lecture on constiiulioi
,„ , ,
bc^ns, 3 p.m.. Shields 105.>•
r>-. 7 p.m.. I lerreti Cei
:;enicr. Rick
Sunbridge Oire
-ire a n d RehablliCSI Math a n d Fnginceri
-ering /\|ion Comnumiiy Uooi
, tation Alzlieimt
im er's Memory
Club wx'ckJy meeting. •« p.m.,
p.i
Cetuennlal Panc<
ncc B an il. Walk. 10 a.m.,.can
ca m p u s circle.
Shields 203.
weekly rehearsal, 7:;il)
I
1011.111.,
Im i'
U iillfilC liu tc
h .o f God weekly
fch
“H ubble Vision." 7 p.i
p m .. ,\ris 121.
‘meeting. 10a,in...
in.. Aspen 145.
Faulkner I’lanetarium.
Senior Expo
0 im em ory and
“Stoke!" wood-fired ccrap
ion. Fine Ans Aule .volleyball aging class, noon,
" It *
r.si G oklc,
slidw. public reception for
lenter
participates inn ilthe N onh ditorium.
artists, 7 p.m.. Hcrrctt Cent
"Tlie Scarch1 for
fc life in lhe
Hmis'
T ournam ent.t. \Spokane.
lean B. King gallery (fa*cadm
p.m.', Faulkner
irday).
Universe." 2 p.i
Wash, (tlirougli Siuurd
sion):
urists m eei- Planetarium.
vcH.“klv '
CSI Clii /Mpha Club wecl
Early Iron pic,. Taylor 276
Magic Valleyy li
Jiiio n in S .9 a .iii.to 6 p .m ..T
meeting. 8 p.m.. Student Uni
Idon Evans Expo
nic. 2 p.m., EicJoi
. and 277.
nortli cafeteria.
Asjfistant Cenier.
— .
Certified N ursingg 4
Wednesday
lio
.
IStation of tlie
written testing. 10 a.rn.,
a.n /Vspen
istrict— t o :-----------------------^
----------T V rtn-l'alls-School-D istr
L-r P
Planetarium.
panel 4 p.m.. Faulkner
,m. to
U.S. ConstitutionI Day
D
dala team training, 8:30 a.m.
isioii." 7 p.m.,
Ig CSI slu"Hiibhle Visio
4:30 p.m,. Taylor 277.
discussion featuring
jiarium .
3rs. 2 p.m.. Faulkner Planeiar
denis and profc*ssors
Sawtooth F.lcmentary sbtth
so
nyrd: Fly On Im*
"Lynyrd Skynyr
MpenlOH.
graders ropes challenge. 91a.m..
a.i
1., Faulkner Plane-Iluhhle Vision." 7 p.m .. Binl."H:l5p.m.,Fi
CSI ChaUenge Coursc.
ni.
tariuin.
k'cekly Faulkner I’lanetarium.
CSI Latinos Unidos wecl
Today
«oad. Fairfield.
ssion--------- Cassia C ounty commisslc
ers. a a.m,, courthouse. II ir
I u
(Vcrland.
issionLImore County comniissic
ors. 9 a.m.. courthouse. 150
150 S
,.
Fourth L . M ountain I Ionic.
mnm is -'
G ooding C ounty com
«• <
«-J.i
sloners. a-a.m„ cinmhouse,
*
Main,
,ard, 7
Hagerm an School Board
p.m.. elem entary school.
;
)l. :i24
Sccond Ave. N.
I lailey City Council, (ij p.m..
p.
courtliouse. 206 First Ave. s.,
1lailey.
I lan.scn Cily Council; 77p,nt..
p.
c:ity I I;iU. 3H8 Main.
I liizelton Cily Council, 7 p.
p.m..
city ofTice, 246 Main.
I loUlster Cily Council, 7 p.
p.m„
City HaU. 2392 M ain.,
issionlerom e C ounty coiiimissii
ers, 9 a.m.. counliouse. 30(1
300 N.
Lincoln.
Ketchum Planning andII /jm
7i ing Commission. 5:30 p.m.,
(
n., C,ity
Mall. IfiO L A ve. N.
, ,
l.SSlOnLincoln C ounty commissi
vrs. H:30 a.ni.. counhouse. '**
\V, U, Shoshone.
Miipc Valley Ht^gionitl' M
ical C enier Board. 6 p.
p.m.,
ddlSOIl
LducaUon Center. 59B Addi:
Ave. W ,.l\vin Falls.
Malta City Council. 5 p.
Kafi lUvur Electric Co-op
I’ c
fiTciice room. 155 N. Main. ,,
Minidoka C o u n ty com n
sioners. a a.m .. courthousc.
GSt.. Hupcd.
_
Hichlield City Council. 7/ p.m..
p
ciivofrice, 180VV,Uncoln.
Shoshone School Board. \
p.m.. district office. 409
Apple.
ncil. 5
IWin Fails Cily Council
s. :305
p.m., council ch am b ers.
the
Julia N. D eShem o)ff ’l\vin
1
' Rills, rosary at 7 plm. toda
While M omiary in TVvin F
funeral Mass at 11 a.m. T
day at St. Edwardd T h e
Confessor Catholic Qiurcl:
irch.
I
.
frontier, an d a pioneer
necessary if diey're
em erge w ith diplom a
have school children
ed so often a n d al such
and never have lesl reX S t tered
”
so m uch not only
, individu
dual students, b ut to
3ol districts as well.
10, high school seniors
^vA^notna’
raduate this spring uny pass a statew ide
nchievemc
nenl exam d v e n by
com nuicrt
r and called th e Idalio
Is Achievem ent Test,
are m ultlple-dioice
e i s
at cover basic skills.
at
washi
ihington. lOili graders
Ig
will
lake a long set of
tills spring
HandivrilK
lien exams thc7 m ust
p^js befon
ore tliey can graduate
Ir class in 2008. The
wiili their
exams, cal
ailed d ie W ashington
Assessmen
unt of Student Leam*
ing,aa*spt
ipc'cifically designed to
tesi-hlgltei
ier level" thinking, reasonlngand
nd com posidon.
Tlie WAS
/^ L exams a rc consldered somle
e o( fd ieto u g lie siin llie
nation.
Allhougl
Igh W liiim an C ounty
schools po;
lost h ig li sc o re s on ilie
im p a re d lo ilie rest o f
WASL com
ton S late, about 30 per*
Washlngtoi
cem o f lasi
asi y e a r ’s lOtli g r a d e rs
Ic'd one o r m o r e WASL
ihcrc fallcil
lest.
ng ofiesUng.
rgcis >viU find their fimdlng
targe
•d.
"The special-educaiion
^ tc n e d rath e r th a n incrcasccT
tlghti
ie f o m
!ft uladon has been simply lel
TT hl e b eauty o f No Child Left
heme,"
;h lnd Is that we rcfilly have to in the w hole testing schc
Behli
ie r of a
ic- said N ancyVemon. mothc:
ork to m ake cach child sue*
work
Washlid disabled child in westernI V
issful, e^'l.ry single child,” said
ccssf
ir- Ington an d a n o pponentI co f thi*
loscow School District curMosi
culum
d irec to r
Cindy
dy WASL
rlcul
II
ng
Vifeshington slate Is still vwork’:
echlnskl. "But punishing
Bech
ly lest
ihools a n d kids (who fall to ing o n w ays to fairly
scho
(id speclal-ed students,
leet standiirds) isn't right and
meei
ud
There Is no doubt die;WASL
V
sesn't d o Justice to the good
does
I imor(!
ng
exam
s
have
generated
ork that educators arc doing
work
T,
controversy dian the ISA!
loda;
day."
leThe WASL exam costs; 0aboiii
As
As tlie new school year be­
le ISAT
ey four Umes as m uch as die
ns,
^n
s. m any rcform ers say they
II- So frj, Washington hasi 5spent
V pleased
to have l i l ^ stanarc
t
levelop,
ns
about
$150 million to dev
irds In (he schools and exams
dard
•ss adm inister an d score WASL
V
lai m easurc student p ropcss
that
iward m e eting those stan*
n* exams.
towa
nowa,s
"Ii's an o pen question n<
irds.
dard
ford to
ur-; lo w hether w e cnn affoi
Paul
Pa Sturm, assistant super-;
ar after
ileiident o f th e Pullm an m ainiaih die exam, year
Iniei
•n- year," Cox said,
:hooI District, says the govemScho
Tlie WASL lakes days; t.to ad*
mlen
en t-m an d a te d exam s in
lile the
cd ■m inister to siudehts whil'
Washington hav e pushed
Wasl
Jecause
nd ISAT lakes only hours. Bet
lachers. ad m inistrators and
load
id e d b y
icy - t h e WASL exams are.gradi
udents to d o m orc ilian diey
studi
it takes
people, not machlhes. il
id in
did
I the past.
s t o be
SL . several monUis for scores
"Tlie
"T goals beh in d die WASL
ned to
IU* determ ined an d reiurni
ave helped us focus o n au*
have
then
icntic. real-life skills In whal
lal local schools,
and 4^
cal
Between 40 percent ar
w eetiteacli kids. That's been a real
pcrcent o f this year'ss 10th
epp fonvard." S lurm said.
s te
re likely
or- graders in Washington are
On
Oi die o d ier hand, som e parSL test,
cal to fall o n e or more WASL
enis
n is and educators arc cridcal
fourrcu - Students can h a w up to fo
exams, panicuo f high-siokes
h
xly i/th c I .sts m u st be passed
ed takes.
lorly
rc Ls no
gh • "It's a train wTCck-llierc
efore
be
fo students c an eam a high
id
doubt aboui it." Cux suid.I.
scA
h oo tI ^ plom a. School
tB ------- Soine-whJMtofs-Bay-Mw
>e writols of the WASL apjiear to l>e
unlshes districts and schools
puni
raniecs
res ten at a level tliat guara
lat m ay have low test scores
that
!niswlU
ny clem eniary school studeni
m ply
sim
f bccause Uiey have many
tilldren living in poverty oorr fall diem.
chllc
m
sh.
“The
fo
unh
grade
; ath
'ho speak only limited E n^lsh.
who
:icd for
•nt WASL is simply desigiici
"All
“A U ds start in a dlHercnt
cognitive abilities liial are
a nt
lace," Sturm said.
plao
nk least -two years beyond1 fourth
fi
Som
So e p are n ts don'l think
as- grade." said Washingtonn Stale
:andardlw d exam s can measstam
ucation
ja l University em eritus educ
re
stu d en ts'
individual
ure
ize professor Don Orlicli. "■Tliere;s
F
biliUes. arguing that one size
abili
nt fracian'l Tit all Mds. A nd parents of no \vav tlial a signiricani
can't
Its tir^n of^ fo u n li-m d e rs will
dll pass
p ccial-educailon
students
spec
exaiT\s
eir
t!,e
WASL
unless
the
e
ften
don't
sec
a
place
for
dieir
<oftei
ipe change."
liildrcn in die new landscape
chilc
,----Y
o u r
i n
M
g uu i i d e
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th e Rivere m e tery in
sid e N ational Cem
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luary).
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ck Kuntz. 21, of
Funeral scrvkesw i
aw ay Saturday,
y, Sept. 15.
11 a.m. Thursday,
m a s Fourth Sepl. 10,2005.
2005, at th e T lionu
Ices will be onId a h a Burial
Funeral service;
Ward In Thom as, Ida
■armcr Funeral
nounced by Farr
o rilu - will follow a t th e RivereideI
G erald ), M cNam araQol
^.Familywill .ChapelofBuhLL
■eat
pert, graveside scrvice
a 10 T liom asC em etery.F
m on of
UUian M. OUver Hlnto
Hazelton, funeral at II .a.m .
csbytcrVVfcdnesday at Valley Prcsb]
izclton.
ton C hurch In Hazel
Friends m ay call &omI 4 to 8
Mortup.m. TUesday al White Me
aiy in TWin Bills and o nnce hI o u r
Inesday
before the scrvice Wcdne
at thech u rch . '
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(AP) — Public
Lidents have em barked
.GENDA —
AC
= 1 S e r w: c E S
>on
Lois Faye A nd erso
n of
Dedo. funeral at 11 a.m1. loday
lc
Burley
al.lliiiis en M ortuary Bu
iin Sl.
Chiipel. 321 H. M ain
our be*
Friends m ay c;ill o ne hour
at th e
foa- lhe s e n ic e today’ al
mortuary.
ow
' s t a n d ^ ss i10 m easurc c'veryone
by. and It'sI's good 10 have a higli
bar," said Id Jim DeVleming, a
iHillmon o optom etrist who has
twins in 1 lOih grade and onc
"But 1 think
younger child.
c
3si tiieir m inds on how
llieyVe losi
/'ve set the b ar on som e
high tlicy'v
laniculariy
In m adi ...
----------------------topics, par
a p] e c t fourtli graders 10
we can't CX
ra!"
do algebra,
school
Board. 4:30 p.m.,
.m., 417 Seventh
Tlie hhigli-stakes
TliinlAve.H.
W ashington a n d Idalio
ly commi.s- St., Rupert,
exams inW
ly C
Council. 7 p.m.. gre\v o ui, of
o ideas about L>ducacounliouse,
1li'yburn City
sioners, 8:30 a.m,. coi
.'form p lan ted in th e
inthS t.
lional refc
City 1lali. 9 4 1 Ifltl
425 Shoshone St. N.
during tlie
an d WaterM urtaugh City
Cit' Council, 7 political landscape
la
I '" ''
10 S. Founli.
Reagan adm
ad inisiratiori. I’anly
" ’ay Advisory Hoard.l.7
7 p .in „ 4 5 0 p.ni.. City Hall.. 10-1
nse 10 fnisiratJon wiili
Schoot
Hoard.
7
In
rcspons
M unaugh Sch
SLxthAve.W.
:hoots tliai gave "social
hool library, 500 public schi
ol Board, 7 p.m., higli schor
School
3ns" 10 failing siudenis.
promotion
p.m.. adminisiraiioiinoR
c ice, 201 BoydW,
fople c am e to feel a
ouncil. 7:30 p.m.. som e peo
Paul City Cx)un
Main Ave. W.
S.GOOW.
sense
of
uuigency aboui school
)i) Renewal ciiyofUce, 152 S. (
y tlie
:hool Hoard. 7:30 a-fonn by
l e n d o f tlie 1980s.
Hichndd Scho<
noon. Ciiyy ,Hall, 321
:riiicism o f d ie schools
ool. 555 N. Tiger
" llic crii
p.in. higli school
Second Ave. li.
\vassum m ed u p in d ie idea dial
oard (litlen- Drive,
VallL7 Schnol li.K.r
igh school CTaduates
ounty commis- som e higI
iicdia cenier,
T\vin Falls C
Coi
' lazclton). I p.m., mc(
their diplomas,"
a.m.. courtliouse. couldn't read
n
' sioners. 8:30 a.m
l)R2 Valic7 HoadS.
e ^Rep. D on Cox. R-ColSt. N.
425 Shoshone Sl.
T u e s d a IV
y
b rin e r public school
u lilic Ubraiy t a a fot
IW n Falls 'pPi
Blaine Coutuy con
:onimission- n
■ r
and superiniendenl o f
1.. library board
teaclier iui
„ ii„ u s .,a H i
ers. H:45 a.m.. counh
:hools w ho no\v serves
on d E.
'
Colfjix sell!
First Avc.S., lla iity
cation p a n els in lhe
ircriflw
ot'
icil, 7 p.m..
Thursi
jrsaay
washingto
Iiulil Cicy Cdiiiinl
^on State House,
203
Ik-llmie Plann
r .. ncil cluunbers. 2
1 Uniadanning and Zoni„ a*spc
ponse lo the concern
way Ave. N. '
ing Commission,
ion, 7 p.ni., City dial some;
le siudenis lacked basic
L-i)ool Hoard, Hall. 115 H. I’opla
('nissia (;<ntnty Sciu
iliiicians in bolh Wash'Phirskills. |K)lii
7 p.in,. central ofTice,
ce, 2;{7 l‘)th
Kimberly Scho
:hool Board. 7:30 ingtonand
nd Idaho began a seric>s
p.m., inieniicdii
cdiaie school li- of educat
St., llutlev
ation reform s in .th e
nietrlcii School H
<
itcrSt.W .
1990s. M.
Hoartl.
7:;«1 bniry, 241 Center
M andatory siaiew ide
p.m..M:)iiioi liusine.ss
r.ss room
I
. 41''Minidoka Cou
::ounty Planning testing ooff stu d e n ts so o n bejyj,
and Zoning Cc
C om m ission. 4 cam e a ci
cornerstone o f those
c.ienns Fcrrv t;nv
iv (Council. 7 p.m., counhouse,
use. 715 GSt.. lUi- elfons. lea
eading to developm ent
ii. Sccond.
pen.
of the WAS
/\SL andthe ISA t Oilier
p.m.. Ciiy Hall. l l ‘) ii.:
Cooding School)1 Board, 7
City Council, 4 slates iraw
ivelcd similar paths.
Sun Valley Ci'
J,
disirici adminisi
)2. Congress an d Prcsl*
iiisirationof- p.m.. City Hall.
lali. 81 Elkliom
In 2002.
sh crcaic*d tlie No Qiild
lice. 507 Idaho St.
Road.
dent Hu.sh
.
(;j,y
lind act. T lie le^slaiion
County commis- Lefl Heliin
aim in g anti
TWin Falls Coi
ral school monc'y to the
Zoning Com m ission
ion. 7 p.m., sioners, 11:30 a.m.,
a.m courtliouse. tic's federal
o f s tu d e n ts on
council chiiinbeis. K
KM
M) li. Ave. ,V 425 Shoshone Sl.
St. N.
performlance
ai
lized exams. U nder tliai
y
Council,
7
p.m..
standardiz
luncil,
7
p.m.,
Wendell
(lily
C
KimhcriyCityCoiin
ools an d districts widi
toninm nity center.r. 1120 Maili- Cily Hall, 300 M
ain St.
law. schoc
Ma;
i who don't m eet fc'dcial
riday
studemsw
, Fildi
Sun Valley Planning
ty commissionI c .» .iic C :o umi.„
J ia.m . u i y
'"K Commission. !J
jurtliou.se. 300 N.
“
Hidl.Hl lilkliorn Ho;id
l\vin Fiills City Pla:
C
ounty commis- •
CO,
Zoning Commission
io n ,
11.111.,
a.m.. counliouse.
SnSlliirdAve.i;.
;St. N.
lly c o iiiiiiis'IWn Falls County
^i„„L.rs, «;;<(, a.m.. ccco lin llo u s o .
nvnipilcil
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Camas County School Boa
kildier
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lew testini‘g
iture on m
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toDradioactitive st6rag(»e site in UJtah
:lble to enforce," a 36-foot1 2005
2C Eliminator wldi
IE (AP) —
m ost impossibl
COEUR d'ALENE
irsepowcr engines that
utt. a b o a u r an d
l,500-hor$e]
id bboaters at said Jim Aucutt.
Property owners and
vas b uilt to set a speed
he'said was
l a k e Coeur J ’Alcne2 hi
have been
chairm an f ofth e K ootenai
u
t
-ways Cotnmlttee. rccord b ut w
v as never tested. He
com plaining (o au
authorities County Waterwa
d n g bo ats stop all said die! bbeoat o n c e went 150
lo a tsth a tg o
He sold tlie radn
about new ra d n g boat
Lake Havasu,
A it
2T hour
up 10 150 miles p er
V and conversation wwlh en they pass m ph o n Arizona^
hlnks it could go more
cause vlbra- his house on ithe
ie Spokane iQvcr. but he dilnl
hKir so loudly they cau
loud even d ian 190I m
mrph.
homes.
"It's really, realty
rci
Uons In waterfront hon
m 't8 p e c ^ g ," A u But he! said
sal h e never goes diat
:ast sbc com - w hen they aren't
Deputies get at least
jike C oeur d'Alene, and
fast on Lake
lUt th
cutt said
plaints a week about
i e sleek
ises th e b oat a s a picasbowcrhoats, said Sf
Sgt. M att
The boats can
coi have two o r instead uses
n d ru n on high- urc craftt for
fo custom ers o f his
. StrecL Some neople2 have
ha called three engines aan
Steel.'
fu e l Bccausc they business,i, Forest
Fa
• lo say then reic five
t
ve boats
at a octaneradngfiH
cs really
sm oodi like a
impossible
"It rides
t
tim e racing up a n d ddow n the b o so fast, ii's nearly
nc
,"FFcon»t said last week,
e p u ties to pull Cadillac."
lake, which is about
lUt 27 miles lor m arine ddc|
said h e knows fishertrack th em down, .
Forest sal
long.
them over or tra
don't Uke die
nd it's difficult for m en andd odiers
o
ailed was so
Street said. And
“O ne guy w ho call&
nd said
h e understood
neasurc ihe d e d - boats, and
;
iie operator depudes to me:
angry he w anted the
icern o f th e sheriff's
et die ow ners for th e cpncer
arrested," said Stre<
treet. "The
bels and ticket
K
depudes.
boats vibrate his hhoo use and having boatsi th
t a t break the
“I bclievt
ieve they arc going to
\vindows so bad that
I
at things
fall
noise laws.
crack dow n o n the situow.- th e m arin e havctocrac
off the walls."
So for now.
b rcst said. "It only takes
Tlie boats were
I
c built
for depuUes take: pr h o to s "bf each adon," Fore;
ause a problem ."
ird o w n ers'n a m es onetocausi
occan racing and car
can cost as
boat and record
^ not
w ho b rcBut it's
nc clear what can be
m uch as S250,000, Street
Sti
said, so they \yili know
kn
icuttsaidhisw aterw ays
Ue expects to sec mlore
on o f diem
v h e n they get done.Aiicul
sponsible whi
tec Ih asn ’t com e up widi
com m ittee
,is wealtliy people move
m
near
complaints.
m.
nply Just responda soludon.
■ • "We are slmpl
• the freshwater lake.
Ig o u t Ores," Street
"We'vee hhia d som e discussion,
Lake C oeur d ’Aler
d en e has a ingandpuiU ngi
ve h1 ea rd a lot o f comspeed limit of 50 mp
okcsman-Revicw. and we've
m ph. Idaho told the Spoki
0 be
plaints. But
Bu a t diis point wc
law also a'guidtes nolsi
olse on lakes “It's dlRlcult to
b proacdve."
ve any
»ne resident Grant don't have
a idea what to do,“
ivith a dcdbel limit,
lit, but “the
Coeur d'Alene
way the law is writte
m e o f th e boats —
he said.
ilten. it's al- Forest owns one
Idaho]residentss will weig
— atphys^ical^^eduiicationJi^
•
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i^^ H
den ts d o better In
BOISE(AP) — Beginr
^Intiingllics- ally helps studei
day, Idalio n ^ d c n ts \
y reducing
strcss
get a acadcmics by
i
focus, said
iLs wliat
they .md helping dicm
di
cliance to icU offidaLs
>
m s to speak at the
tliink o f a plan to beef
u|
jfupphysiciu
Karp, who plans
ring
in
favor
o
f the
education requirement
entsforpub- Moscow hcarin{
changes,
ilc-sdiool students.
iat w ith acdvity,
■Hie state Departmci
ment of Edu*
“Wc know ddii
cation will hold sL
sbc public endoi^hins kick
kid in. and dicy
f( better about
hearings around thee state
su to dis- (the students]1 feel
am ount o f Uiemsclves." she
slu said.
cuss increasing thes aj
tim e tliat every studer
idem spends
Educating stu
si d en ts about
In the gym— from kln<
•Ips Uiem stay fit as
kindergarten sports also hdps
througli hlgli school
:aibara E isenbanh,
ool. Am ong- adults, sold Ikm:
lucadon coordlnaother things, the
ic proposal tlie healdi-educ
-would re<iulreabout
3( m inutes tor for tlic Idalio
ilio D epartm ent of
It 30
a day o f physicd edui
he h elped put tod ucad o n for
Education. She
iposed rcguJadons.
elem entary studen
lents, and gedierdiepropo
would make tho sub|i
ibjcct a lilgli
Earlier tills. sum
su m er, the fedschool (^ d u a tio n ruqi
r Disease Control
rwiulrement.
eral Centers bfor
• y\mcricans‘ problems
□n released figures
ans with obcand I»revention
sit)arc\\dI-doaim enia
: aa m ajority o f die
nied.inIdalio
shovving tliat
.ind eLsovlien:. And as Americans
/
h o a rc overweight
adults In Idalio
1vive grcMii in siw over
t! last fe\v or obese. In 200:
1003, nearty 60 per/ertlie
dccaues. p h y : ^ educa
ih o adulis werc
lucationolTcr- ceni o f Idahc
verweigiit by CDC
in{p liarc slinink. saoif
loificcd to an considered ovei
incrcasin^y ti^it ssdiedule
d
n d 22 percent o f
at
standards, .ind
sdiools tlwt novv icquii
quire manda- that group W!Uobese.
(
cclh ildren about
tsfaricmoved
Teaching
tory testing in subjects £a
from tlie
cercisc insdlls good
' sports and exert
According to the U.S.
U.i Depart- . habits for life
a after
graduadon,
a
Ud.
lon, public
Eisenbarth said,
m en t of Education
school physical-etluca
lucadon pro"Wc want to
tc see healthier
gnims. Induding indiv
n th e ro.id," she
idividualand
people down
wd to start som egroup snons. have de<
declined sigsaid. “We need
;jiificunily since tlic: 191
1900s.
where."
du cadon in Idaho
al education
Physical edui
> “School physical
c
' has been reduced beca
idling in the mid•ecaaseoftlie started dwindli
•Jxirception that otlier
isenbarth.
ier acadcmic
1990s. said Eisei
qIs used to require
I li{^ sdiools
!^ubiecu arc more: important."
in
car o f phys-ed dur^ d Grace Goc Karp,
\
rp, \<^o
coor- at least oneyear
acheis at the Ing the four high
hi( sdiool years,
dinates phys-ed teach
m ent w as dropped
Tliat requlrcmc
University oHdaho.>.
and th o u ^
But physical educat
jcation actu- in 1997, she said,
sa
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JAIT LAKE C nY (A P )— 'Tiec
urch o f Jesus Christ o f Latter-'•
Chur
/ Saints
is adding its voice to0
day
S
o f objccdons to0
die! cacophony
c
lecision to allow a radioactivec
a dec
stc storage facility to b e builtll
wasti
Utah's w est desert,
ln,Ut
inIna statem ent issued late Fri-iy, church leaders said:
dBy,(
y
'Wc
V. regret (die) decision by
} NI u d ea r Regulatory Com-Idie
sslo n to auUiorlze thee
miss
uance o f a Uccnse diat wouldd
Issua
ow storage of radioactivee
allov
)f
istc in SkuU Valley. Storage of
vrasti
:dear wasie In Utah Is a mat-Lnudi
ter' oof significant public interestil
It requires thorough scrud-1diat
ny''
ir
Hours
earlier, th e Nuclear
He
gulatory Com m ission an-IRegi
lunced It ha d reicaed daimIS
s
noui
It the proposed storage sitec
diat
1is too
^vas
i c la n ^ ro u s and had auy
orized a license for die facility
thorl
IPrivate
Fuels Siorage will conPr
d
ict widi d ie Skull Valley Band
tract
le
ofGOoshute Indians to build die
dlity o n dieir reservationn
facil
ll .
'OutS0tTd]essoudiwestofS.ili
aboi
ko City. The facility will have
Lake
IS
e capacity to hold 44,000 tons
diec
s|>eiit nuclear fuel rods.
ofsp
le
It is d ie first license to be
le.
anted for a high-level waste,
:illty In m ore dian 30 years.
mas_____
Christni
1
;
I.
I
I
I
Contlmwd from Bl
*s," M onson
around th e poles,"
lo t ru n them
said, “but we cannot
across the streets as
IS u
urc arc currentiy set up."
Dean expressed coi
concern diat
; the B aling was remoM
noved without
• onyconsuTtadonwith
didiecoundL
tl
! "I don't think this decision
; should have beenI m ade withDean
' out the coundi^ input,"
inp
; said
; O ther councilI m c m b e n
• agreed.
; ‘Iw ouldntw antthc
the G rindi to
n this
town,"
■ feci comfortable in
tl
PoUtlclans and comm
munity
u
environm ental groupss have
t
f o u ^ t die plan for eiglit
It years,
y<
But M orm on ch u rd i leaders
leai
had not pre-viously volcei:
iced' an
opinion, and some diea statesi
m en t released Friday
lay is
significant.
“Tlic chureh Ls the only
ly ppolltleal c ndty in th t state powi
lowcrful
eno u g h to defend us,“salt!
M aryann Webster, a church
chi
m em b er, w ho has long
lg peli|
doned leaders to h d p fighi
Ighl die
icy' will
proposal. “I hope diey'
icl work
speak m ore strongly aiicl
\
to prevent li.“
W aste opnonem s will conUncoi
iii.ssioii's
UC to block die commi-ss
ibouKl?
decision — somelhingaboi
ose. acpercent of Uialins oppose
)2.2 .
cording to polling in 2 00
State leaders say onlyI IMvate
l»r
ute iribFuels Storage and Goshute
lom live
al m em bers, m ost of whon
btlow th e poverty level,, are
a r the
le com
only beneficiaries of the
(
mission's decision.
counsel
Michael S.-Lee. chief coi
m
ail
Ir..
for Gov. Ion M. IhuiLsnia
says Utah will take aI d ir e e iitin g d ie
pronged approach to figlitin
c tio n s to
facility, taking their objectio
in g re s s
die federal court, to (>>n
and to fi'deral agencies.
is e n sd ll
I^ rm e r Rep. Jim I lansei
ih e piirk. lu o je c i w ould provit
ivide valuable
the souilie.xst com er of die
eiils!
iiilo rn ia lio ii relativele li.o iircu r------------then track Uieir ninvemenl:
k’e s ta te r e n t m o o si’ researeh
eh. as well as
T he results will give
r m a t io n fo r m a n a g e in e n i j)])urposes in
wildlif'* officials inform:
Ige w o lf d ie fu tu re If th e Can
ame a nd 1-ish
ihey''l need to nianage
viill manage-•s ai
a re re- e v e r la k es over wii
populations once wolves
a n g e r e d m e n t," E niiiierich Sii
Siiid.
m oved
from
liiidanf:
nor condition
" O n a iiily , th e pim
Species Act nroicciions,
iirea has hurt
tio n w ill o f m o o s e in d ia l iin
Becau- 1' the infomiaiioi
Id ei asily th e survi\"il r i t e o t tccalves." limbe so det.iiled. il could
e s e a r c h m e ric h s iid , "And ww ere hoping
spifi over into other rrest
a id . l-or o u r rese a rc h a n d ihi'
his newsiiidy
projects, Emniericn said,
;itions in will f^e a b le lo answ
swer some ol
exiunple. moose populatio
n ig g le d , ih o s e qncM ions."
the Slime area have htrup
iuid researdiers hoped th
diee n e w
ilennine
g jjg
collars miglil h d p deleri
the extent to which wolves
contributed to die problen
Sn,'“ " '
'M O L
iniioring
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ends
Jackcountry ^ive
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P E N Q U IN S
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tE lT E Y E
C llI l
get oui.
"It fell like some big hu^i
rilla guy wiih a lead i-.iw
id hov
n eeiii i i i i v
boot, a big one. kicked m
left kidney."’ he siiid,
■
I le didn't reali/e iinlil
lii hI o u r s
later, w hen he was reM-nt'il
u t'il. th a t
that his leep wiis in dan^
anger ol
ptuniiiielingdow nii prei.'i|
eeipice.
At one point, lir tlioiig
i u S ''l k '
h ea rd a iiimniiain lion
i!i) awav.
pniyc'd-and heard il go
Hien h e pniyi-d to gei nut.
ttfti his
’n ire e hu’niers ".puttfi
•ailed for
Icx'p, puUcHl over and I'alk
lielfi. 'llie\- lold Thtil ) i;liver
iivl‘ I’osl
^ „ver
a
the Jeep'w as hanging
n
200-foot drop, a rear
\ heel
ir w
hooked on a pine tree, ,
■
“1le wa.s siutk on a tree
i
ee .ihmil
the sly.e of a pop can in di
ler. It was just ania/ing." I'
!• V ‘n '- ’
I laiigesiiieii of r.ifker toU
I’osl.
o w irie k v
M oore had no idea how
his situaiiiin wns, and W
whh v d u I'la ilt to
h u n te rs were so rdiicta
pull him out.
u n te rs .'
"I kepi asking die hhui
.'" M
'just gel m e mu of liL're,"’
No o r e
said.
n ssiu c h a
McKirc said he was in
rem ote spot thai no one
i ig lil •
lie m
have com e along lor iveek-s
wee o r
even nioiiihs.
"I mii^it siill lu- up th
tlue re " if
:ie ea;lo n g ;
the hunters hatln'i c o m
M oore s;iid. "Ii's a big: iiiinii'le
in
and answer to prayer."
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m
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cioher 7
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;
p la n . F o r
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in f o r m a tio n o n th " b o nle
e ffiis a n d
r
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GREEN
RIVER, Wyo, (AP) —
G,
li
.
TliT
le Wyommg (jam e
i-isti
le
Com
im m lssion agreed to allocate
sdiools
c ontinued to
si3,<
m any sc
Ik
ly
3,000 o f federal money to buy
pcjy
offer at least
Icas that m uch, odiers
ly
!W radio collars to study
^volv
dropped1 ddnie subji'ct aliogcdier.
V}lves in and. around Yello\vm iary schools and junjton
Eiemenia
}ne Nadonal ParL
5 .m* still required by die
-j-f
iorliiglis.in
.•e
■Ilie liigh-tech collars will pve
som e physical
rcsci
state to provide
pre
in
searchers m ore Infomiatlon
jn, b ut d ie rules don't
than
education,
Id
an standard radio collars, said
john
say hmvV m
it uch. Tlie offerings
ef
lin Cmmerich, assistant diief
m 20
ofddie G am e and Fish Depanvary from
2 m in u tes a week at
t:hools to 90 m inutes a
som e schoi
cnt'sWUdlifc Division.
sh e said.
"7
week at odiers,
oth
"This
is a n excellent project.”
lew standards are based
q jm
jh ' m issioner Bill WUiiams
Tlie new
IS
ecom m endatlons of the
said
.o n the reco;
id
d u c atio n D epartm ent
gj m erich -said Yellowstone
stale Educ
le
Em
Association fo r— volf
a n d the: Idaho
Id
IIalf researchers planned to colEducation,
]of
y
H ealth. Physical
PI
r wolves
in die Delia I*ack in
lon a n d Dance. The
Recreation
lard o f Education gave
n
state Boanl
lary a p p ro v a lto d ic n cw
K j
preliminary
ds in
standards
ii August, but the d e ­
_
partmni
enl m u st hold public
y f,
hearingss oorn th e m as well.
tand.irds w ould require
Tlie stani
lary schools to offer 150
. DENVER
d:
elementary
re
(AP) - Icff Moore
said
m inutess of
ofphysical education a
rs
Jd h e w as taking priinkillers
m lnutesa day.
and
iw ek — about<30
abi
k'o
id hadn’t slept in about t\vo
ilgli a n d m iddle schools
day;
junior higli
.“d
lys l)ccau.se of an abscessed
je required
to offer four
toot
would be
r
id
o d i w hen he drank a l)eer .md
wen
le
credits oorr tw
r o ye.irs o f physic.il
en t four-w heeling in the
lon, a n d higli schools
moc
education,
loonliglit neurLcadvilk*.
tw o credits of
.Aalitde while later, he sjild. Ills
would require
req
lis
for gradua]ccp
ie
physicalI education
et
ep hung pre“cariously off the
ck
tion.
side
lie of a cliff and he was stuck
at school these
Insii
Tune is scarce
s
lg
iside. Injured and pleading
idi new tesUng require\vitli
days, \%ndi
ith God for rescue.
n reading
and m adi. But
"[ a fly cam e along and he
m ents in
re
:ie
"If
Id
II
ed
u
ca
tio
n
Tits
in.
l.mc
physiciil >
n ded hard, he probably would
ni
irdi said.
havi
Eisenbardi
ive knocked (die leep) down
uiow w u'reasklngalotof
die
ri'W e kno\
le m ountain." Moore s;iid I'ris...W c know diere's a lot
day
teachers...
ly as he recovered at hom e in
ure," sh e said. 'B ui what
ix;ai
of pressure,
.•adville.
M
id
- is one oiff die
dii best ways to relieve
Moore.
56, a carpenter, said
c? Excrcise."
he
i
pressure?
E
irc took
off alone for Hagerhi
mlan
at I'ass o n W ednesday iiighl
eir a four-w heel drive, somc)ff
ling h e often does to b urn off
diin
vc '
*
sire;
ress. 1le figures he m ust liavc
:ic
odded off, because w hen he
IS pe
scene .is
p o p le In th e neigh.voke. he w as rolling down il
a
b o ih o oid
d c. a m c o u t to help.
jp
lountainside in his I9t)9 Jeep
Ing to co u rt docum ents.
According
^agoneer.
ed a u th o ritie s several
'Die Jeep landed o n its top. '1
a ter to say h e thouglit
■ry
os in tlie from seat in a very
I lilt so m eo n e o n the
encom fortabic posilion bei;li
. .
lusc a rock had com c dirougli
;■ boyfriend told police
id
le hood," he said. "I was kind
Jones h .id b een walking
"i
id
f stuck between a rock and
? ®
w U a w ay
a y fro
f m train c.
urd place."
n a u ^ w as first jailed on
^
lie
He said h e cravvk-d to the
snordrunkendrivingreas
ack seat, w here there was
suiting in
in injuries, b ut the
lis
lore room , an d waited, his
w as u pgraded to
"p
n'l
ack h u n in g so bad h e couldn't
ugliter after lones d ie d
rial w as expected to last
lys.
om pU ed by wire reports
I
Ringlc said.
Councilman Dave
Di
"We need to3 revisit
r
diis issue
I
and sec diat oou
u r comm iinlty is
\vcll lit for die hi
O dier co uSn dS ^ r s s u g .
gested the city
cii provide die
lighting for Ccn
kjntennial Park dlls- |
(jriristmas in1_lieu
lie o f the canopy
lif tin g , as dierc
the Is^Hot sumd e n t dm e toI rectify
re
th e issue at
Uils po in t
h e h o p e sto g e tp ri.
Dean said he
vate donadons
m s to rcplace die
ing at a later date.
|
canopy Ughdng
The li^ d(lg
n g Issue will be o n
the council^ agenda
ag
Sept. 20.
H
toi as Utali's
sees dil- U.S, Capitol
best hope, but says/s his bill to
bloqk die waste site's
:e's rail route
would have
w ith w ilderness wc
;ars ago if an
succeeded a few year
environm ent.ilist Ih a d not
stymied die move.
dlls'
Tlie bill Is being[ carried
c
year by I laiisen's suci
uccessor. ReBishop,
publican U.S. Rep. HHob
i
It h.is passLKl in thele: Mouse but
stalled once again inn ithe Senate,
"I doiVi know diat
lat il can be
done, but we are goi;
;oing to keep
iryiiig,“ said U.S. *Sen.. Orrin
1iaich. also a Hepiihli
lilican.
Rut so m j wonder
LT if the Utali
congressional ddega
■gallon's support o f the Yuccaa .Mountain
projecl has doomedI'd the state’s
chances of gettinglg any help
from odiers ill Coiigrigress, panicitlarly U.S. Senati.'lie Minority
leader Harry Reid, a a .\eviida De­
niocrai and a Miirmimon.
Jason GroenewDld,
Id, director of
die lleallh I’liviruiranniem Alliance of Dtali dll':
llvM.I. notes
that a di'cp rifi di\
divides lliah
leaders from Reid.
"It m a y hi' liiiie
le to change
s tra te g ie s," sa id (ir
(iroenewold.
"A nd u e Iii >|K' ilia
Iiat Senators
H en n e ii a n d lla ud'hl will \vork
w ilh o u r allies in d ie
'
leWfsi
radier
^
J,
wolf data
(adio collars
rs will yield better
1
um on gang!violence
}
;11holds foru
Caldwell
• C A ID W E a -IHublic
ib l ofTidaLs s = s = ^ = s =
; an d educators are
1
0 In
V holding
a
IdshO
I b r ie f
________________
: public forum to day
d a\ to talk _____________
■Jibout gang violence
i: Canyon |,,|d
c c tn
Albonst
n son College. iUch
County.
,
Hammond, .lo
a Icc a ld istric t pro• l l i e meeting is p aan
n o f a scries
parole manager.
• aim ed at M itln lg
g crim e In asked that the
b
le gang
issue b e in; Idaho, it's (wing led b
» p ^lc l5 rd ,efo m m
f e w
du<lcda»a,np*
‘ that includes tlie Ida!)
1 m en t of Correctic
; universities and coUi
M a n s t a m lM
slria lfo r
• state legislators.
T he gatherings are designed v e h ic u la r m
n s3n s l a u g h t e r
to ed u c a tc th e ccoo m m u n ity
SANDPOIOT
v J T - A Spirit Like
abo u t th e challeng
•d o f accidentally
faces as its populati
d e strian wldi his
, and its crim e rate I
: w as scheduled to
__________• Idaho's prison tionuli
. an all-tim e hl&i, at
s Cavanaugh. 44, is
h-,'n‘’'?
i
‘
nnii
ftiuU
amesC
: m ates. M orc th a r
tl felony counts of
o b a d o n 'a n d
others are on probi
la n sla u g lite r and
parole.
cene o f a crash. Po“Corrections rcally
• hit Sarah Marie
m unity issue," sj
of d,o Idalio I o n a 18, as sh
^ e w alked o n d ie
Bealicbir, director of
Id M arch 10. They
orrecdon. "If
sid';
; Departm ent of Com
Kjyfriend, who was
is co
said ones boy
' the com m unity is
c nnenod
adon. ™ ^ g w m lect
M her. saw the ac. an d aware o f this inform
inf
im paci on
™ cnl.
; they can have a nn ii
lones died thi
die next day.
• public safety."
h aU
a n d a v 'v lllb c
Cavanaugh
a egedly left the
__________1— The ffiMting Mnnd
0^
e s t
^/[ormon le:eaders joinnoppositicon
Racinglg boats pprovoke nnoise
’Alene
d ’i
comphlaints in Goeur
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D e se n*tH ouiLse is o:tasis off l i f e
II
' POCATELLO (AP) — T
Tlh e H
P m ndscan Slstcis o f thes E
Eu*
'i L ,
J
d u u is t call it D cscn House, but
b
is. 1
it's rcalfy m o it o f a n oaals.
siluated on a p atch of green
gro
and
e a rth w ith flower, h erbI ai
m idst
Y ^ ta b lc gardens in the mic
of acres of d ry grass and sage
C £ 3 K lM n B M M
ig'fed
c:attalls lin e a sprlng-f(
•sized
pond, stocked w ith pan-slzi
' ''^
^
tracts
rainbow tro u t, th at attra(
tn im p c te r sw ans, sandli
idh ill
Jm M
qrancs. great blue heronss ai
Sister
o th e r m igrating birds. Sist
lower
M ary Paul's elaborate (low
beds add a touch of color to i
irrigated bank, accessed by a
.
lo n ^ w ooden foot bridge.
five
They have seven goats, fi
d tw
cviTcs, nine baby Iambs and
t\ o
small dogs, a n d they don't ddisom es
tu rb the sm all, m u d hom
atslde
swallows h ave built o n outsl
ed by
walls. They vrere saddened
aning
the new s w hen a well-m eanl
visitor killed Helen, onu of the
t
Ir uunsnakes diat o ccupied tliclr
d e r m u n d b am .
,■
■ ■' '■‘‘'''J'
or an
It^ a serene setting for
;
lo aan order o f Catholic n uns who
sw er their p h o n e with
:
sincere. "Peace be vvlili yoi
y o u , - . *
• ,# ;*
j
»a m and live according to the exai
I
Vssisi.
plc o f St. Francis 9 f Assi
I
int of
known as th e p atron saint
I
ecology.
I
la cxSt. E-rancis, Sister M ona
c
I
plained, encourageii i-eople
pie to
lie life
use their hands to cuidvate
I
crebecausc h e believed all ci
I
about
«lion con (cach people abo
I
God,
Inside D esert House, tlthe
-------beavenly-aroma-of-fresh-bak
Ijakcd----------------- ^---------------w hole - w heat bread filled
;d tUie siitg ,
prepares bn
bread for baking on Aug. 31 at Dc
air as 14 loaves cooled on t
scan Sisters of the Eucharist call I
Pocattllo. Tin Ftinclica
kitchen counter. Sister -Mo
more of an oasis.
lough House, but It's really mo
paused to a let a massive dou
I
ball rise, and wailed foranoth
loUicr
I
led to
.batch to bake. She planned
ay in
H ;,,
bake 75 loaves th a t day
- preparation for a convent fundfun
K { '
I D e u rt Houie In
raiser. Hafvest Dinner.
.llltD .« r l
'S h e's b e e n baking rfor
o r.
m onth at least,’ Sister Mt
Mary
Paul said, ad d in g theyi ssell
loaves at various tim
tlm es
x ially
throughout th e year, especia
during tlie C hristm as season
son.
'I . ...‘'5
N ine Franciscan sisters 1live
1
icated
\ ^
together in the hom e, local
o ^ ln lersta te 86 exit 52 onI rural
ru
property w est o f th e Pocate
. KcfponalAiiport.
I'h e property is located right
ri(
on tlie historic site o f ihe Ore0:
sisters
gonlVail. Each June, the sisn
take children on a three-d
Wagon ride along back rca
following nearly uie sam e pj
9s the Oregon'ftall to Massai
ies care of farm animals a t the Dei
Rocks Slate Park. During th
can Sisters of the Eucharist, on Aui
'n arc
Franciscan
52-mile trek, the children
i
bread,
Pocatello.
treated to )erky, hard bre;
io m eD utch oven m eals and hon
irkrooin for believed hy Ciithc
groups rcm the worki
m ade root beer.
cook
Body of Christ.
10 the
sisi
T h e sisters m oved into
i ^ meetings, and the sisters
iR year,
A stained-glass
meals. Hie followiiic
) they
hom e, form ed from two Army
Ari
Desert House,
picting- th e Aug.
h i 31 In
- barracks m oved to the site
te a n d - replaci*d the trailer hom
lit e.w ith
joined. In 1975. ll coniain;
m e used for w hich Moses vis
ains a . a m anufaciurcd home
lousing.
l/es fire. Seals vii
lin in g
retreats and guest hou
kitchen. living an d dlni
s.They
• The cloister of the
th hom e, facc several windi
room a nd four bedroom s.Tl
iihollcs to be the
converted th e garage anacli
Irooiiis and ing the nond and
ached
which includes iKKlro
10 Uieir ho m e into a chapel.
tooutsiders. trees, allowing t
lel.
Uielihrary.Lscloscdtoc
lass
In 19B6. th t^ h a d a n c wf..la
s hulli
v%1th w.ntch Uicwind
b w indow dclarge
Tiiclr chapel wns
h
b u rn in g bush
in
Most o f the sisi
Ith ithe
the four elem ents off creation
ci
garage built, designed \>'ith
symbolHarvest Dinner in mind. It 1h as
.'r, fire an d side jobs. Both visiied
Sis
m ind; eartii. water,
svin 0 \c chapel
:ro\vds
wind.
am ple room for annual cro\‘
Sister M ary l*aul
overlookinped wilh a counselors, indows
sp t
linner.
A large Iwulder tonp
of 300 to 600 at the dinr
m arriage an dan dfj s u rro u n d in g '
nts for
glass altar a-minds iliesisiersof
the
T h w also set up tw o tents
g th e sisters lo
buffet lines to serve bread,
>el was buili
l-raiiciscan (>iiin:
d. j;jam
the canh. Hie chapel
d blow.'
IT. Waler Is
Al hom e, they
'
and hom em ad e stew-s, m;
m ade
am und ihe hoiiliUT.
sisters have outfrom their ow n produce.
rcpreseiiled by an old:
lid irrigation sive lim e lo chorc
1
Sister M ona and
ed ndpump, wliicli series
; a font
A trailer h o m e provided
i
L-s as
'Uiey raise aboi
for holy water, and iin
a n irrigation
:
d itional h o u sin g until 19U5,
19
ow n food in>001
tl arc licensed
specializing
in
w hen they h a d a n ndditi
d itio n
head — a heavy iron
ol
11object
thal
greenhouse an
d
i famUy at th e
built w ilh eight m ore b<
b ed swivels and divertsi water
xv
inlo
lake lurns cooki
lunscllng
Center.
has routine lasks
various irrigatioiiI p]ipes —
room s, a library a n d a
workroom . Som etim es, oth
oil er
On w inter dey
a ydevote extenhouses Uie Blessed Siicranvnt,
S;i
lores a n d prayer.
b o u t h alf o f tiiclr
1 th eir gardens,
m d corral. They
oking. an d each
sks to perform .
Jays, Sister Mary
a
f js i
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to improve
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n n
eef up bookj
Jbraries bei
naterials in1 Spanish
le W
562 Shoup Avenue
1 e st'T w in F a lls,Id a h o
Std3ijt5.5__ Lk\
:
to m ato es, squash. | H
p e p p e rs,
carrots, R j l
, o nions, cucum bers H H
rp roduce.M uchofthe
It ^ v c s Uie londscapchargc o f D esert H ouse Its
ctabie gard
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rows o f e rX sym bols in th e m
corn,
P'
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parsnips,vlonahasaknackfor.
t
irarian s t the Denver Public Ubrar]
try.
irtstlne Johnson, children's llbrarl
an d o tn c rp
•fuse a t junkyards and
ownla^e books on the shelf In the do«
decor Uiat
sc a t on* of tha SpanlsManguacc
t to good use. Thcrc
place
ing a t a tin s m a d e o f old well, town
wn branch, At«. 18, In Detner.r.
characterI. Uscu lp tu re s creatcd
Ute w atetyr plows, an old saw T i
chapeL iv erted Into a sign for
I A
siste r Mc
d a n d a h ost o f oUicr
finding reft
nations.
putting Itrden
I Is surrounded \n |T 1
arc fountai
indanhTjnfcnce-saldriU bits,!tal grids used to build
ly taken by Ubrarics acrossiss die
DENVER (AP) — On a rainy
from rusty
mways-wiUiajjarchIt- country, from die QueensisB orturday. Micrcya Gomez oulctblade c onv
rancc made from a
Ybrk )k ougli library in New Yo
th iu n b c d through a book
Uie chapel
heel.
:rcd in
/O' whose Web site is offcre
led ‘Los Colores' a s h er twoartlsUc crei
ste rs n am e m any of
linese.
ks English, Spanish. Chii
lungsons carried comk; books
T he gard
ildlngs. Their shed Is 5®'“
irean Vs Frcnch, Hussian and Kore
Uielr fiiUier In th e childrcn's
a h e d ^ a nB<Prodigal Shed.
j- 10 th e large Oiincsc-longnguage
c don o f die Ccntral Public livogecTmcts
n ic st house Is known
m dsco
of
coUecdon
at
tlic
San
Frani
a ry o n th e - o u tskirts
o l^ o rt n m
IS JubUlo, meaning Uie
library
iwntown Denver.
way e n tra
f Uie Lord In Ladn. It
nguage
Interest In foreign-Iang
T
w ^ n w hedlnhonorofU
c
ic75U i
^ h e y really enjoy It here,"
id material is also expanding inInkind.
*016 slst<
om ez sold as h e r husband
ary o f Sister Chrysolo- Goni
" llie interest is in n irall :oicas
a d a Splder-m an com ic to 3their build
evated to C hrist
read
as and d d cs Uiat orcn'i Uic si usual
callcd th ejloga.
!
iar-olcf I s a d , w ho was
no w approach- year*
jd planish areas, like New ftik or
T heir gulO lst birthday, sUU lister
itenlng intenUy a s h c hugged
ina.niile M iami but in Nonh Carotoi
a sD o m uIn
s; th e convcnt. al- hiss ifaUicr’s kneci ’ Wc come
jubilee o hf te c a n n o longer fish herc
or nols and die Mlchvest,*,* said
;rc.m osU y for th e kids, for
aj C im ienO spina. editor of QOidca.
was nam ed
K)ks an d movies
educa)nti.fls.shc.qn<;clpvcd tw>|t
onnlversar
)nal a n d entertainm ent — in a magazine for librariansns Uiat
tlona
ga’s life dev
highli^its
Spanislvlang
Ianish an d English."
iters call Uieir w ooden Span
Chrysolo
m inaieiiaL
Dozens o f states have seen
i e Bridge Over TYouE>o
Ing h e r crI becausc o f the moss soar!
crcdby
llTlic plan being consldcn
laring growUi in Spanishresides in
l^SJBnt Uic Denver P u b lc Library
caking populaUons in rccent
the-pond. Sister Mory speal
Uiough sh(
jlorado
cs lem — die largest In Colo
ans to introduce a years
lars a n d h u n d icd s o f libraries
by
—
has
com
c
under
soudn;
iny.
ifflsh th a t eats m oss to ),avc
ivc tried to keep pace by
s,ocj
aIlcp. ’Ibm lhncrcda-RS-(-C o lo -_ .
D cking-up-on books, maga' “4 ^ ' , ,prablcni.
,,
Denver
ideiground bam. where zincs
sent a public letter to Dt
ncs
a
n
d
movies.
brtdg=to»
uy Paul was pleased to
gy
n- M ayor lohn lUckenloopcrwr diis
But th e growUi has been conbled W ater
JW snake coilcd on Uie „ovp
Ul sum nier asking w h n h cr •tlUie 11svenlal in som e places, \vlth
that fills ath» l rock wall. Is callcd
ey brary
w as
considiidcring
idcs saying taxpayer money
Paul p lan
saningcave.
sj,ou
a- i^arilsli-oniy brandies oror cohloufdn't be spent ori a populaspecies olily
ff bu ilt th e sisters'
;al verting to Spanlsh-langnguage
}n Uiat c a n includc illegal
cutfo th e js
pie a s a memorial to
ds
material
at
die
expense
ofof Engim Jgranis o r o n p ro p o se s
T hcundt
her. N ear die green- T lat
J * prom ote languages oUier
er lish material. Toncrcdo,Jo, an
% tc r Mary
liere’s a small orchard
, Immloutspoken
cridc
of
US.
li
lanE
n^lsh.
.spot a new
rees,aU o f which were
n- gralion policies, said hctic had
In Denver, w herc Uic foreigntop o f a coi
in r e m c m b m n c e o f a
cd iKt-n contacted by concernimcd liim
p o p u la d o n
tripled
Clave, meai
Lr person.
•Iy bm riansandpatrons..-------m veen 1990 an d 2000 largely
A fami!;
l i n d e r f u l Ufe.-SIslcr
ts,
"W ..en you liave a sironj
mgculx » u sc ofMcxlcan Immigrants,
greenhousi
lul said o f h er hom e
n- turalldendtyanddiercareiren'lsct
ic public library system is contheir fathe
58. T ^)r myself, 1 kind
its
cleringrcorganizingsomeofits incentives lo bccom c AiAmerihouse, Uic
Uiis is w hat I was really
tol can, il rrealcs a lot of iciicnslon
im chcs to em phasize bilingual
of fruit tret
d a It's a call to service, “ ™n
an d divides Uie com m1unity."
u
rv lccsand m aterial
planted cry
in rewarding.sc™
en sold'Hmcrcdo's spokesmanari, Wdl
Sim ilar efforts have been
particular]
"It’s a w
Mary Paul
sincc 1988
of know thi
4 U tn ' e u U * t M t
callcd to d(
and it’s v er
DPM V
Randal W/raalstad,
r;
Tw in FaUs O rrth
tl o p c d lc s , P .L .L .C .
C o m p le te F'ooto ( & A n k le C a re
__________________ z a y t
LEWISTON CAP) - OJHci
at die Oearw aier and Ncz:Pcrce
Pc
national forests have stan
“ r ^ ,lighting backcountry fires
' improve wildlife habitat.
With wildilrc season wind
m S
down in Idaho, forest ofDcl
arc lighting the fucs deepIIn idie
He irisk
backrountiy to reduce die
ildfires
of large ancl damaging wildfi
iprove
In the future a n a to Impn
-o th e r—
— hal?ltat-^oi— c U r-a n d —oti
wildlife.
have
As planned, th e firesI hi
kQIed trees in som e plar
burned Uie diirk undergru.
rs.
bencaU iU ie" «tnoU iers.
■We’veg o ti. J n d o fmTiosalc
oa
pattern wc vranted to p u t onU
on ic
Icrstolandscape vrtUi som e undcn
Ity tand
ly burning, som e mortality
som e crow n fire." saidi said
s
N orth Fork D isuict Ran
,
Doug Gobei: *That Is exoi
' w hat we w m looking (o l*
• j '.
G ober sakl Uie Forest Ser>
jp n s s h as done a good job suppn
ing iires for th e past G O yus,but
i^
hc sakl som e flic is neccssar
Uiin out Uic forest an d allow
tvc.
' verse plant«pcck!3 to thrive.
Paul risess at t 4:45 o jn . to coie
for Uic a ndm
^ alsbcfoR im om ing
id m e d ita d o n a t6 a .m .
AnUiony Marie is in
f th e expansive vcg-
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to
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.1:15 a.m . fin ith o
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"
CIlARLOri-E. N.C after he finbhed liis
ience. Jim
posigame ncw^i conferer
ic d oor o f
1lasleit stood inside Uic
Its’ locker
Uie New Orleans Saints
c jobs
he's
room, talking about the
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bined for
H i c s c tw o Pittsburgh
Is Sj
rushing
i
backficld m ates comblni
they?
\ m ore th an 10,000 yardsver
n. below
In the 1970s. W ho are thcj
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EvcivUung from lour
locliiefexecutlve..
“Iwearaboiii 151iai.s,"
s," he said.
Hive o f d ie
•
'n ic real chief cxcaitiv
nson. had
Saints, owner Tom I5ens
^11 taik to
notliiiig to siiy. "I inigiii
C Benson
you later In the week."
umarkablc
said after lib team's ren
onSiuiday.
23-20 win In (iimlina on
11*ponders.............
Or hcmiglit not as hi*
diefutim:.
i.D u i-w ;
I
T o d a y ’s s c h e d i
High School
Boys Soccer
Jiave gone
" ■ f G o i.i
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tfi
a vveeK.s —
vlaniott lo
7.J« H 8 an».wlnnlngllaldEoal to
hicker John Carney’s 47-yi
nter, celebrates with the bench1 after
a
n
ts
head
coach
Jim
Haslett,
centei
_
iive tackle
Girls Soccer
1
,
N.C.
on
Sunday,
I — b nol
Ina Panthers 23-20 In Chailotte. N.
daliat IhB Carolina
Minico ut Durlcy. 4:30 f
*
WJwt die Siints )i;i
e victims of
Ray Nagin.
Volleyball
duougli Uie past twt)iiave
> been
Igs he had seen,
l
/
"He talked about th e thing;
I to
“from M anioil to M;i
DIctrich
a t Comn
k- diat, and
ns Ferry,
lorn said. "You
babies dying.” receiver Joe III<
Marriott"
as
offensiv
n
c ball to
School. 6 p.m . '
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r
story.
People
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w
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n
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a
s
o
w
Wayne
Gandy
pm
It
- pt“oplc
the
M arsing a t Glenns
Icr, sa>ing they
wore crying on his shouldei
f
even dose to what lheanoUicr
\
to
5 p.m.
m Is, where die
-I
don't know where Uielr son
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By Jenna Ryer
they gave one game
ie letter liad an
.o J
heart
goes out to Uiem. The
Mayor Ray Nagin for lic
tl of New
•s writer
>><
V Awoclated Pfc»»'
Imowledge whui
We respect a n d ackn
------------------------------------- - impact.
ir
I n B R IE F
ft. ,
of New Orleans and raiCoiust will
Uie people of die Gi
E. N.C. — i'ootball is n o everyone has gone dirougli.”
ic k b anodiCHARLOTTE.
lg
an
Important
Tlicy proved it by scoring
I V - : . whltii will take )-carihal
l can be
C S I b o o s t e r L O U ay
longer a sim pleL>ggam e for tlic New Orleans
Ui rival and an
over an Nl-C SouUi
from Hurricane Kairin:
y Benson.
play ihls season for the vie- victory
vi
he College Saints. Tltcy'll pla
ns. 'iliey msiied ^
Wliedier Uie peonli
l u n c h e o n i s t)o ib ooster lims of H urricane
[lints play in
m e Kairina. a burden tlicy'll em
«i otional win for diclr fans
ley’
s
gome-winH
j
t
J
Orieans
and
Uie
Gulf
(
die
field
to
celebrate
Game:
.•irtrip
10 die
d
d Monday
can y every timic
e titliey step on tite field.
TWIN FALLS — The
(
ncc Katrina tore
kick, dielr. first joy sine
ever get dieir team liaci
I week for
fon Sunday for their dcUiged ning
n
T he Saints won
o f Sou th ern Idaho BuUding
k
ug29.
er question, one dia
New Orleans on Aug
• agaiast the
isplaccd \dctlms o f tlic Gulf duouuli
d
in N Eagles city an d th e disp
luncheon wUl be held
S& U
answered only hy
by ^ v - M
And Uicy punctuated d iee victory
'
Ul n ia t year
;etting two touchdowns from
at noo n in "Hiylori wlU
B' b e in Coast re ^ o n . gett
|S S
Haslett prefers tlic S:iii
)ne to Nagin, the H
av\-av n.s Los
iter and a 4 7 -yanJ field goal -Ing out two game balls — oni
ip ^ t e s on Deuce McAllister
Room 277. G olden
SanAntonioalierUieir
Itrina.
ividi a new.
sccond
to the victims o f Katri
•ney
s
____ coachcs.and.athletcsnuns.
wl Any- from John C am
e with 3 seconds left in a
H
,
.
Meadowlands
next
us, b ut we're not
*
jp en in g win over the Caroli^ "h's been emoUonal for us
V'
^
'
ancndance to give uted
p d to pick 23-20 scason-opt
m:.-.
dieir "home opener"era for direc
In die sam e sliuntlon as d iee [people in those
their respective prognur
feteria and na Panthers.
■ V-,:,
New York Giants, bui
jrc a crowd
linem an Wayne I—
■
said offensive Ur
o f o ur minds, w e know w c slielters,"
s
i
one InteitJsted Is Invited
“In the b ackc ol
Uie>' could Iw its far liltle
av less enk for
“It \%-as a good break
1 us to just be
e m o ne tiny bit of liope.“ said Gandy
C
have to give them
up lunch from th e cafcte
Angeles, perhaps wii
ight,
and
holder
Todd
Bcuman,
left
lie Panthers
jtball.
but
It's
not
Camey.
rlgh
Aaron Brooks, able
n to go out a nd play footl
bring it to th e event. t b a l l
O rleans qquanerback
i
owner.
f been. /\ftcr
Carney’s 47-yard game-wtnnlng k
celebratee C
nplete faith in w hai w e are all
a about us anymore.”
“Wc have compl
JW
That didn't matter
for ;ui oppoNew Orleans op en ed Uu
lie game mUi a saints. whi
.vho missed chance after chanc
Ievery dm e \ve go out tlicrc, it
d o ln g b ccau seev
— “
hours Sunday before
a litUe jw to
Butley fail iw stUlb6 d
businesslike
first drive, runt
away. Carolina w as ,abi
p S tS c PPandiers
ai
I
dial was perhaps a liit
0 m;my peoJiirieyG olf is o u r)o b m g lvIve
c diem hope Uiat every day
led line, llie Misg^j, e at 20 on John Kasay's 46-;
straight
a t CaroUftn's vauntet
jam
'
^
thuslastic about the
tourney schedule
c.
t o g a n r o - w i ^ a b o i v c rrd
d ia y f,Qi(j goaj
v
sissippi
naUve has alwa>-si bbeen successful
alwiUi
1:04 to play.
lg
kick.
Uian
Uicy
m
i(^i
liave
I New OrI
have
visited
shelters
in
s
he
j iA a m c m
, T h ' S a in ts I
I
BURLEY — T he Burl
The Saints
Sali w ouldnt setdc for ovcrti
the Panthers, an d this
th Ume was no
and Texas, spending against
i
ance to
all. wiio can't rool for
llv SIUll. "Il's
,y two days I^ u islm a , l ^ fsslsslppi
c
Course will b e holding
jall nine times on
ih o u ^ i.
He touched tiie bal
able 10 nem ir> ingtohiiiiga
;oncoLsin;m
IS w ho had lost ew rytliing. different.
«
intiyti!<; U lim e w ith fans
person b e st ball toun
ia
direw
passes
of
U
and
25
yan
loucliBrooks t
fc
16 -vard
anffon ui which soilering
i
where
h eard the same request: W in die
i drive, capping It w idi aI four-yard
■Each tim e they/ h(
Sepl. 16-18 (play any n
die Saints Inio field^
plearewitliouthoiie.
Hom to0 move
I
(
’c spent Uirvc
down
nm .
out of those thiM ). lelrm
Ent vntee « 8 ? ™ e f o r ^
fid
ic r score, a tworange. im
Carie y ihen camc ohto th e •ortimo
ive were able
WcAilbter added anoUiei
"It's
Ltn..2 p.m. . tfth e y n e e d eedd another reminder, dicy got
SlOOpcrieam .
ame
tliat
carried
m
orc
m
eanini
leans
Saints."
Gandy
janer,
to
dv
c
die
win
a
gam
ml
now
w c’ru
;
yard
TD
In
die
second
quai
aturday nlglit team m eeting
;
Ibam s schedule their
Ited by the It d uring a Satu
rleans and die entire GiUf Coas in
aboul peoplcsitungoi
ik iInto halitlme.
Ne%v Orlei
a 14-7 lead d icy took
lm Haslett read a n em otional Saints
!
w hen co ^ch Jim
Page C2
limes b etw een 8 a.m .
r
t
o l d a ^ y U ™ , . ; l5ERQ,
e
ume easy for ihe gion.
From Uiere. noUilng can
Hiams will b e flighted
ilfCourseat letter ffo*" N
^ ew Orleans M ayor C.
fi»i3 in dieiT fanuLes arc, W o'
low index o fth e tw aiformation. ^
^ n n frir
llOUR today wiicn Wl
Coll the Burley Golf C
M StrSwfomi-’t a l U i t b u i
?
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Please see QOLOBEI
letltion
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flur)cyalM inIco.4:30f
JOp.m.
leans Saints
”’7"'" NewOrle
ion’s first game «
itic fashion
^
t
ley
Shotgun compet
.T Y a p a n d
set In Sun Vaile)
lave a n opSUN VALLEY —l e i n a n o m
om petitloii
skcct shooters will haw
ItsirSaturday
portunity to com pete
team h a n d ic a p com
M-25 In the
and traditional e v enn ts:S um m er
and Sunday, S e p t 24*2
Sun Valley Indian 5
shootout, p art o f thelion
u| will be
Ernest Hem ingway jrizc
Fes m oney
A skeet com petldor
p o d to r e v ^
STroundsof
held ScpL 24 w ith pria
and trophies. C om pet
shoot 50 laigeis (two r
25) with the top five
moving to a third rour
term ine first t h r o u cam
^ fil s of five
Its will shool
••The trap competltic
tarects each
24th an d 25th for tean
shooters. Participants
^ 1\ 0 0 tar.
two ro u n d s o f 25 Star{
-lb llo .« d .day w ith th e aggregatt
----- ------- g c ts'b ein g sc o res'ashigh score for le a ia b
men. Individual won
U be
Individual yo u th (
under). 'S o p h ie s will
. sented for th e top th
r
wwrnemesin each category. liofg o r call
To e n te r visit: /allcyChamuii
themingwayfesrivoLor
ireau at (208)
the K et& u m /S u n Vail)
m ust be reber an d Visitors Burea
lay. S e p t 14.
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cehredbyWfcdnesday,
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meet next Mon
ub will m eet
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i ep tl9 1 n
y .S
School Booster Q *u 0b 0 1 Libraiy.
at53 0 p jn .M o n d O•ntslngrades
T .‘
the M lnico Higji Scho
ittend.'
Parents' vrith students
ir m ore infor9-1 2 are urged to attei
Call 4 3 8 -^ 6 0 form.»wt ..nnri.
x n M ra p o fts
mation.
“ i
C onvM lnim
T rivia Answer :e n d Rocky
■ ^
itie
)6z captitures M[VS Graand Nal
itional ti
lan
B y U n d a B H ltt*
Tlme»NewewriU
S —
TWTN TALLS
• Jeff Poliljnan
le bku t Louis Lopez
w on tlie b attle
night as
w on th e w ar Saturday
Sa
ational division
th e G ran d NNa
»ed u p their season
/alley Spced\s'ay.
H>pe2- 3 h d d an ll-polnt
ry Ricc going Into
lead over Icny
icw just \vhere h e
in the racc to caph a d to liiiM iin
iplonship.,
initely knew exactiV
10 be." Loncz said.
osidons benind tlie
N a 4 c a r.
an die 40-bp main
Lop<= began
»ur of the field along
event al th e tear
n an d Rice's N a 4 of
rrv McKean staned
le position. By Lap
• h a d caught up to
Lopez, McKean and
0 " ' “ P 2 3 .I -I
1 7
| i
JL
_
J
n m
E’o h lm an
r ade It Uiree vddc
itoto1 U m 4 w iU iR ic e d igoing in
As die diree
rccdy Dchind.
beh
b a td e d for
foi position, coniact
en t McKean spinning
so o n sent
p a ss ana all four
o n to th c.•Infield
ln l
drivers iw
\wrc
r sent lo die back o f
k for
th e pack
fc die rcstan. Randy
cn held die lead for d ie
Price dicn
next 10 laps,
lap: but il VN-as Pohlinan
s able
who w as
ab to get around I’rice
s laps
witJi five
laj left In die race.
nan went on to take his
Polilman
first w inn of
ol die season, desnlte
Cl m
die slieet
n cial dragging undern eadi lis
liiscar for most o f th e
■vent after c o n ia a w ith
m ain even
, McKean.
—
"l heard"'
dm an said. “But 1still f d t
ct," I>ohlmi
VN-e h ad1 a good e n o u ^ car to
ice was driving nard into
win. Pricc'
im Fowler of
01 ciiaU cn^glaps wiUi Jim Sh
e comers but 1 ewntually got
Uie<
/Mrene) in die
who won die previous i
arou
ound him."
•lasiLT I’-.istor
1 - c*vent. In die dog fight to thi
Lopez finlslicd die race diiectVw as able to
1C Ish, the IWO m ade cor
ly bbchlnd Rice to lH.*come die
io llie l.nbilee
m forcing Henry Into die
(05
Grand
National
Division
iShiriey. able to ovenake Sair
2ME
)r's cflonN.
stretch wall. I Icnry hungiso rm ain liplcdU in Tails N;i/.;ii
lamplon
by
nine
points.
Cim
id
barely
crossing
the
finbh
“It‘J was sadsfylng." Lopez said
I th e fin- final laps to win tlie I'j
ol
alieadofSlilrky,
h b championship. "Ii u-as a loi
contact,
race,
l
l
i
c
speedwjiv'
\ ; “if.*
o*™
Lou Andersen convinc
hard w r k all season long."
ic front donate over SGOO to
in w on die Pony Slocks m ain
i just 1lousc for ihe piLstorV
The
{on,
Tl Thunder Stock division
..si
and
now
holib
a
four-poini
so ended Its season vsiUi Desi
ib h line
},. m erlasonW liiicdwididieii
RniA v w jt: : r >«a>
liSens capturing die cliampiAlih
cc ew ni set for Saturday night
iship dUc. Ahrens had a large
in cingly
ons)
Jit
llie llom el race sawlin21event
I»alni
ir lead going into die ni(^it
rss lake Uie track in die m aoint
in ' lead ui9cv^n«Thfl».s»-- ?
ut
Uie
driver
was
noiicUieless
but
which was won by Cory
heirfinal
iprehensiw.
app
„y ledge. Renac Lopez, wifeight
of
“it's
“I been a real \\u*ck on iny
s - Lopez, won die Queen Bee
die last two weeks,"
; 21 cars
ncrves
er
lis Riking die 2005 cham pio
lin event
lirens sold "1 don’t ihink dll's
Alin
1^. -v •
in these divisions wory
e n Ruthas
as quite sunk In >rt.“
lin McCoy and lason PhlUips,
V Alirens starting Uic m;iin
•ofL oub
Wldi
he Ued for the Hornet dBeenicc.
de
renj^ tov\’a rds die back of die
-a* '
'
^
..
________
■WM
‘
evT?i
ho— taura-A ningionuvlia-acc
pionshlp
A lhe Queen Bee crov\-a ,-cre Icff
lool
)0 k a quick lead b\ die race.. A
atlason
Wakeman
of
Uie
I
audonon Lap 22 dien ellminat •
cau
jps, wiio utfMl aral Hills Church of G oodlnj
« 1d h b lead and forced several
ide. and
acccptPfl
title
lerer sur;rges pastt Agassi1for UJS.
I. Open t
ie Desert
iln g w a s
I
W V «-
against_A
AnndrcinN cw Y ork.lfsa
By Steve W It
B0^ln
i« te witter
d re a i^ “
AM odittdPrej
-------------------------- R'derer rer moved into a Ue w idi
jjevVYORKand Boris Becker
K— RogerFederer.a
Stefan Edberg
Edfc
an d Slam dUes am o n g
tarhff and unnaralfor. Grand
wa playersrand'onirbesction In finals,
ohn
McEnroe
and M ats
idicA sassi's spirited
hind John
e r Pete Sampras holds
s ^ b i d i3^capture a second g a n dler.
o id w idiU G randS lam d) . ^I n a n d s b f l h
d je record
U.S.
It at
ties, b ut
ai 24 years old. Federer
Gn„Kl Slam title.
titl^
sp o n d e d to h b few
could ,vdl
w dlliave a shot at Uiat
pedeier resp
rter shriiicd and leapt in
by reding
Federer
m om ents o f pressure
pi
hen Agassi's backhand
r a i ^ t points in die
d ie air wwk
off seven straij
k xJpedlongonU iediam turned around the
letum kjoi
ciebredk thatt tl
lip p o in t The two m en.
pionshlp
m atch, th en blew
bli Agassi away in
ave
die h ip e s t o f rcspect
«
to
win
6-3,2-6,7-6
w
h
o
have
the fourth set tl
ich other, shook h an d s
^ and run h b stunfor each
(l) , 6 -IS u n d1ay
a t Uie n e t
n in g re c o n iln
In ffijiiib oyer the past
w arm ylyat
been a t o u ^ road b u t It's
2 3 ^).
“limbec
tw o years to 23
rooa* Agassi tokl
die most spebe en 1a grcat
gi
- i f c i s p r o•obably
b
heering crowd. “Roger
Slam final in m y
d ie chec
d a l G ran d Sl
iway
lerer said. T b play
playedw a too good today Concareer." Feder
Franco H u n iJ ai
BldeL
tr
-
ratuladons Roger, well done."
gr^
I h o u ^ die 35->ear-old Agassi
kiis d ie oldest U.S. Open men's
waj
inalistln31ycaTS.agchad less to
fint
hb
jP ^
lo
do wldi the difference In dib
natch—than—Federer's—sheer
m
a
J y
Jld
fI
ticngdi, variety of serves, and
stn
am
’'’
’
■■■•W
upefior
balance
of
attacks
from
sup
hai
he baseline and d ie net du«
die
son: down AgassL
wo
An
/ 8-1 underdog, Agassi wos
ust
jus a few monUis removed fiom
W
uty
Ia career-direatenlng
back injury
c
hb '
hdia
a t shot cripplingpain down hb
ight
rigi Ic^ led lo h b loss In die first
uid ^
■ound
of.die Frcnch O pen and
roi
loa
au
caise d him to skip W imbledon
IH
He
Hewas playinga m an who docS'
Uie
n't
m lc}se in Q i i ^ who b at die
peak
^ of lib game a n d health, one
R ^ e t Federer retums to ^
kvho Is com ing off h b thitt
wk
U.S. Open tennia toumeim
straight
W im b lc ^n dde.
str
& aSi
V
B r
% Rnil e t the
to Andre Afessl during the men's
ement In New York, on Sunday.
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Mtatnl Dolphins wMe n c « imtt M a ^ Booker (86) o utnnt DenLenny Walli (35) for a touchdown
m Broncot
back Lm
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tli.
Iphint’ 34-10 win StBMlay In Miami.
In th t Mcond halfof the Dolphli
.
ips Red Sox
Unitstumi
•X
NEWYORK (AP) — Randy lead Mihvaukee.
Johnson allowed only a soft
single in seven innirigs and
nc! PH IieslX M arliRsl
lason
GiPH1L\DEU1PIA — tjl>al
I k
W
o m
b i Burrell hit a liiree-rui
^ h o m e r c d off homer and had four RBli
(Bis.
M l '
Wake­
•ven
,^ - - J o n Lielwr-pitchcd sevei
field to give the Ncw'Yoik'
in
sliaiji in n in g a nd Miiladel
id d Yankees a m uch*ne«led 1-0
^
phLi kept its playoff pus!
)USh
victory over the Boston Red
hum m ing along witii a n
Soxon Sunday.
easy win over Honda.
Ai«Bls6,W M teSoxl
aUCAG O — foiuiLackcy
(12-5) pitched seven shutout
•les
i n n i r ^ and the Los Angeles
L„
A n ^ hit three flist-inning
,w,hom ers to complete a tluw
{ ^ e sweep o f QiJcago. •
Rai€ere7,Ath(et(cs4*
ARUNCrrON. le x a s —
akMark Teixeira liit a tieba-oking, th re c -ru n Jio m cr tliat
m ade him the major league
Ss
RBI leader, and Texas
lird
dropped Oakland to tliird
a fj
placc in tlie AL wild-card
chasa
^
Devi Rays 6, Blue Jays
5 ,U l n n in ^
Dodgeis7,Padres3
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LOS ANGELES - I3ra
jraU
la k y
overcame a shak
stan to pitch six solidl^in^ir
and
nings. lose Cruz Jr. an
Dioner Nawirro liit Iwck-tc
Ic-toback homers, and Los
Lc rni<»>n>
0 tto toUNMVwat
Anodes Ix-at San Diego
m ow wiiiiin six gainc-s of;fihe
Qi
NLWest-leading Padres,
PiMAMima
K0£*n«Lm
mtcwararteL
CoRvAami
Mar- ssMTMtUM
S'l; LOUIS - I’wiro Ma
0VS11
stopped his ,,ow
FufiowLoU .
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iwo-game skid as well !
New York’s six-game losir
)Smg
ra n g
streak, pitching eij^it siror
MCmOUALnATl$T)C«
iniiinjp against St. Louis.: , ftUSKmO-NroOlam
McAMM>2»44.
s i; PhTQISBUIlG. Ra. Thivis Lec hit a tying infield
™
singk witli two outs in the
nlntii. then drove in the win­
ning run on a n 1Ith-iiuiing
grounder to help "Rimpa Bay
avoid a tiuec-gam e sweqx
P-
Bn>M>32.SMOa> t<3 ASnMn>2 Catcana. SOm 11«1. FoMw »-<1. CM.
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S A N B IA N a S C O -N
t
Ncir.
d o u - 1KCa«llr«.1^31J^12
I'l.™ hit a tidirtaldnE doi
n in i! nCC(IVf<Q'NMCn>M.Ccn<n«»7l.
ble In llie eiglitli innii
Hvn Me SttfuKXti «-47. UcAMM> 2 S.
against liis former team, ar
MoxlO Caror* SS>TW.5.l3S.Fo«l*>
^
CJiicago wTjpped up a sue*
su
J.|JM»,jm!22.0o«9l2tJ.Cot«fl2'
cessful road trip w ith
th a
ca
urS5£OFtiJ)OOAJJ-Nof»
victory over San I'randsca
T lgeisl4,R ayals4
Reds 5, Pirates 3
DETROIT — Placido
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ii th(^
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°
:u h s final sta g e s fo r h is six th1 v\ictor> '
lie joked around with Culi;
a n d o f th e sea.son.
star
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Williams, traded to Chlcag(
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jun was
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^ uiking since tliey were scv- Kanaati.ntii in late Novemlx:r 2002.
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is
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California now has
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o
run thal dales back lo laic in
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ie
th e 2003 season and matches
111 lost llK? le ad to S c h e c k te•rr on
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d ie se c o n d la p a n d n e v e r got
go it
001-2002.
2001
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i e
Io
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State is.the 'o r ” new
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ll lap
lones were lasi ranked in
hi OUI o f a p it a fte r d ie IBHdi
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But
don't
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C
I
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her
•{cuMiE'jee? ’^ ^ ^ .L y ? v o o
r
IU
think
I
am
the
victim
here?
^
FLKX, BMt
Tw^\^c.l
/"
re
It is almost to th e polnl where
, KKNK A
;r.
don't urani to b e around her.
^----------- 1 do
cr
^ , ? j y ^ ^ SeNSlBLC/ /
[ter 20 yeare o f having Heather
V
Afte
ve
\.
inI nmy life, I ihlnk I can survive
J M
/V IH Te.yiK6| I
cr
iihout ever speaking to her
W M
^ iixuK^
^
.
W
h
a
t
should
1
do?
J
^ TIOK^?
O,
— LOST IN SAN MATEO.
IE
CAUR
of
DEAR
LOST;
For
die
sake
of
R.
~3LF
°
>ar
3ur 20-year friendship, d ear
TOU
2 : : ----------- >
lur
le air an d say w hat's o n your
tat
___________ SyJIm Davis
lind — in d u d in g the fact diat
OwfleM
ier
3U felt betrayed w hen Heather
is e OF PREAMa I
IS th a t
ciMERE
) ll ...A PROMISe
died 10 see you after the acciFT
1 HAVe ME(
L)E,o F p e siR e e
s h o p p in g
00
,
> A MBSSAOE OF
ent.
il
i She m ay have fell loo
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a e p ... ',.^ .> w /
uiltytofaccyou.
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SCORPIO (Oct.
m odiers m ay
H o r o sco pe ■
our best. There
force you to do you
.tween leading
d
e
rS
is
a
difference
betv
Jeraldlne Saundei
od iers ai)d pushii
ling Ihem. Be
erc about your
----------upfroni and sincer
I---------------------------:------kc headway,
Intentions lo make
without rccortipense.
(Nov. 22-D ec
-luly 22):
SAGITEARIUSi (I
CANCER (lune 21-|ul
of odiers 21): UnbridledI enthusiasm
You aro m orc awarc of
Keep
situations n e e d s suitable outlets.
o
an d their financial siiu
tlian usual. If you arc; hh.ia v in g a ~ y o u r - |iio s t- lm ppco n a m - g o a b ----------id don't get diswidi the firmly in m ind !Uid
hard Ume kecpinR up w.
H arness
tr a d e d by side ksues.
iss
Joneses, then maybe tiicicanswer
I
undput diem to
is to work a bit harderJer oc cut your passions Ild
w orkforyou.
costs.
(D ec.-22-Jan.
22): Miglil
CAPRICORN (1
LEO(Iuly23-Aug.22):
work a gam e it
versa. Use
19): If you make' w
makes righl. Or vice ven
work
,
onviciions won't seem like w
< anymore.
die power of your conv
.'fusalioglveup
mr way, If YouY stubborn rcfu
as leverage to get your
vcogniuon. Sw
your h ean
is likely to win rcc
you believe deep in you
jest possidungs diroiigli to die w ry en d
you arc making die best
?rs seem pes/orkout.
ev en if partners
ble cholcc. it wili all work
Sepl. 22): simisiic.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sep
an. 20-Feb. 18):
oised for
AQUARIUS ()ar
Shine by being poisi
IS are die m ost
ans of odiFirs* .impressions
action. Use the opinions
Vou
II 10
iin p o n an t ohes., Y
i know how
crs a s a ruler by which
ig mciuspiable spin o n
taking
die
lo
put
an
accept
urc w hedier you arc tak
Cour judg- erratic l>ehaviorr and m ake it
appropriate steps. Youi
ible. IVople arc
m ent and intuition arc belter ap p ea r rcasomibl
likely to toleratee ;your i d i p ^ Uian usual.
-Ocl. 22): crasies.
. ,
UBRA (Sept. 23-Oc
iitraci,
bill
PISCES
(l=eb.
I19-March 20):
Ih e y say opposites alin
yo u rdrcam sas
ju lend
to
I’ay attention to y<
die rcoliiy is that you
i
icoplewho you m ay ri-ceivee an Im portant
gravitate toward the pco|
^ 11. Offer a bit of
i. Don't
try
iiies.sagc o r insij^v
arc die m ost like you.
U
idiy 10 a d o s e
ces. bul lei le a a n d sympad
to m old drcumstaiices.
Js your support,
iide you friend wlio needs
circum stances
guide
th partners.
Ue fordiriglii w’ith
Instead.
f
T o d a y i n 4 9 •0
0 B . C . , A t h ej nr s a r m y d e f e a t e d
/ C ^
^
j s
t h e P e r s i a n ss a t t h e B a t t l lee o f M
l : ; m
B
I
4ED:Youare.
DEARCONCEBNE
Your children are old
Id e n o u ^ i o .
ley arc Uving ,
u nderstand dial the>
because you
w idi your fadier be
nd couldn't
h a d problem s and
stay widi you
afford for dicm lo sta
,vanttoknow
for a while. If diey \va
w hy d ie baby can live
llv widi you
d iatji's
on a diey can't, tell diem
di
because die baby’ is
I tiny and
need s to stay widi you
yo — just as
diey did w hen dicy/w
w c ro t^ lc s .
Assure diem diat in
in just a ftnv
m o n d is you will all
11be
I together ,
again. 11 lAT'S what
lat diey need
:ing yourself
to know. Dlstancin
from your chilcircn
n and Idding
; modier
dielr sibling Ls not
)i healdiy for
DEARABBY: 1 am tlie
m(
, A, 3 and
dicm — or for you.
o ffo u rchildren(agcs6.4,:
I.
a r ago.
1
2 mondis).-About a year
:
DEAR ABBY: 1
I
I have
often
gavem ydadandstepmom
omtem ildcr kids
heard die saying,
T lia i would
porary custody’of my oldei
togedier.
b e likp opening Pan
andora's bax."
so I could get my life togi
a W here did diat plinu
r a s c o rii^ ie ?
During that dme, I have‘gotten
goi
nan.
-YV O N N E
job a n d found a grpai m
ar The
10RUNA.N.C
mned.
IN NOI
fourth baby was not plonm
DEAR YVONNE:
I refers to a
^ It
1 plan on moving toI aa larger
I
k
mythology,
'hen
my
sto
ry
from
.Grcek
placc In February whei
ill to Pandora
ittlng my
l l i e Iwx was a gifi
lease Is up, a nd d ien gettlr
IUI was ^ v en
from die gods, bui
older diree kids back.Vlyqucs*
My
ing that she
lion is: My stepm om says
say dial vrilh th e warnln{
pen it. W hen
I't undersh o u ld never one
' my other children won’t
u
lie better o f
curiosity gut the
stand about die new 3aby
bab and
ii onyPandora and slie opened
on
the fact tliat hc can live
live widi
viLs was loosed
So diey way,as\\ram iofcvU
M ommy and diey can't.t. S(
ijp o n mankind.
have not seen him or Mommy
Mo
M.(nt**
Ips
PNnips
luideFtakiingtoavGoid troubllie
q-fz.
n
I
A b bBY
y
^\ries: PutLt a hold 0on any m£ajor
J W
l lg M W Wr ' ^ ' ^ - —
Ifl
l
since h e was bom. I'I'm
t not sure
it is r i ^ l to keep3 Ihim from
d iem . Wlio is riglit?
— CONCERf
RNED MOM
4M1SS0URI
.
.
----------*
'------------------------------------There are times w hen1 saying
sa
“I'm sony" a nd "I'll never
cr drirw
cl
y seem
?n d drive again" may
s
Inadequate. And yet,, those
ll
need
dilngs a rc exactly v.^iai net to
i totohear
be s u d — and you need
diem — regardless of whether
whi
o r n ot die subject makes
m
lie. For
H eather uncom fortable,
d,
your ovm peacc o f mind,please
p
)diing 10
d o it soon. You have noOiii
^ain.
lose an d everything to gain
^
MIF SEPT. 12 IS YOUR BIKTH)AY: N eptune dances in tan'
By Chris Browne DA!
S:
KigaftlMKonlbto
lem w ilh your area o f die zodic next su m m er and you iarc
n
'-ffr>wg
cs*iu**€i
ikely 10 be fdled wilh a sense!0f
of
' f^ S A C K i
isihlldiike w onder a s your sensi5 » #
FOUR LOO
&M< Mi9 > wi rnm i U 6 f [
urIvity
10
atm
ospheres
and
survocrr...
Ing
oundings increases. Helping
rot
lur)tliere less fortunate ihan yourcep
«lf
m
ay
bring
a
sense
o
l
deep
I
i;el
atisfaclion — b ut don't forgei
sat
our
0
take
steps
to
Improve
youi
10
I k ^ ^**viW C \
r g s f ^ iK
a^
> J a :
lealtli, as w ell. Next luIy,r, ia
he:
ovc
ijiancc to dnunadcally improve
'‘ l i i r
ight
^ u r life In tangible ways mlgh
^
yo'
lorc
present Itself, so d o n l ignon
^
pn
spportuniiy w hen it knocks.
By Chance Browne op
HI and Lots
ARIES (M arch 2l-AprlI 19):
19)
lakPut a hold o n m ajor im denak
i40rA A £,I’M M6RB )
Pu
(" NOI
/ ai'Jother'N lem e B oj ocp y IS I 1 ^
/ w ho w as
w is
Ings. 'llic energy in the air now
t
TO
inj
S T W IN S
^
J-^ V
■
' SO R R O W y «
AtWAV5'
TMAT O^J
i1 SOHClTOR
1
rojbesi
used
to
finish
existing
proj
^
7'7^—
/
—-— T I be
- -m epw ohJe A.
^
T o e ejUu L M e
ectsorcxplorcaliem alivcs.N>Jew
e\'
ri^iN © /
i /
%& y
-2
/
wer
starts could ru n Into powe
^ y _ ”
su
struggles o r result In failurc.
20]:
TAURUS CAprll 20-May 20]
fv )
or ia
Use
your
initiative
to
aim
for
12
j
Us
happy destination. If it isn't fun.
fur
Ing.
IT t ^ = ^ 3 » ^
then U isn't w orth doing
^ s L - J o )
th
well
Measure
success by how wel
Iq B ]
^
Ml
and
you
gel
along
w
idt
others
am
k -/^ P U
I yj
achieve m u tual dreams.
GEMINI (May 2 M u n e 20):
20!
By Charles M. Sctiulz
CIsulc PeanuU
mey
InsplraUon an d flights of fane
—
— —
^
}cus
might carry you aw ay, Focu
and
e
n
u
i
i
o
n
|
/
thataw
\
remains
o
n
hom
e,
family,
an
linus SAVS lUHSN
y i ( rA T S i) j m
rclatives. W ork behind the
th
-YTAKE us
NOT BE I.
Z r-T ^
-J
re
(’
TO HEAVEN,TWEYl
iluascenes to im prove ccrtain siliu
?EN CHARIOT^
I - THER6INA60LPEN
lecd
tions or perform a good dee
’ .
li
^
K fe > fla l
C ' ^ fS
0
IC S
l
a r a t ki o n
•
acksons an d gol
1 oudivetl lK)di lad
This d ay In history: O n Sep
iN lX)M
th e last iaiigli, at
a the form er
12, 490 B.C.. th e underdc
Branl Parker and Johnny Hart i:
By Bra
president's tune
iL'ral — as th e
_ -nwWtawiQfid
Adiens
arm y decisively defea
M
A
S l* i;ip ic s is werc pay
a>ing their last
cd
the
Persians
at
die
Battle
<
Cl
II I! I I III
M l llll I I'l INT
III IS A lOT CW5EH 1
)arrut screeched ■
^E
SIP. w im er peturn
respects, the pai
|s)p.M I?NEn£AW
M aiathon. T his m inor b ail
H j ^ H k y : it
U(N IT u sep Tg Be J
^ han
o u t a long siringgot fp rofanidcs
th e w
r nt^ ^ B
had two lasting ramification
R X tT H 6 fW N I
wing insects are
All 1.900 giowi
XI
^ H i j a c k knMingo
Pereia'S
em pire w as targeted
P
lampyriR arrfiH
m em bers of dieL*family
fl
uprisings w hen Its subjecK
%
'
^
U
dae. which is noli
jla b a d n am e for
:ible.
_______
people saw it wasn't Invincibl
\ l
------------ .
a b ug thal lii^iiss iup die n t^ L
/ 'TKffT
th
ihant
Ana a m yth a b o u t a tiium pha
V
lawyer
Perry
cerofasynLongtim
e
TV
7 IW T \ e
ntlng
meaning
die
carciakor
(
I g ^ ^ e
/ [7|[7
long-distance ru n n er sprintii
M ason losl only
:y ione case in his
d ddic agogue.
to Athens afterw ard inspired
TAKE
^
TA
-T•— The Case of
Lincoln Logs are first a i l a nd entirc IV c.trcer
^
^
, _■nm odem iday m a ratho a
16N 0 o ^ a i E f l —
^ n rn tm u p r:— ihtrDcadl>-\Vrdic
Snce san d ed from Ofcgm
For th e record, d ie disian
la ss Indoi num ixed to hold
Your Body Ma
sficld dien stained and \s’axec
to m the M aradion battlefie
urcinent o f how
id years
o f b e r Ls a measur
niles. up under years and
;
_________
S rv II
to A thens w as only 21.4 mill
on your
I
26.2 p lay They tc on e of ihe few m u c h fat youI have
M
^ odem m arathoners run 2t
BMI nu m b er is
ham
die m arket body. If \i»iir Bl
c6
By Hank Keuhan
wooden toys slill onI di*
’ D anntith aM en a M
n
miles.
ii'rc considered
placed with above 25, yoii’i
was d ial hasn't been rcplac
Pope G regory ih e Groat1 w
o\-cr
30,
you're
ovenveidit.
If
o
plasdc.
a lawyer.
XJS
By Bii K ean e once
^
^
T H E FAMILSf CIRCUS
Jon as prcs- obese. If morc tthan 40, you're
mbly
For his Inaugunidon
It takes th e Crayola assemt
irliidly obese.
kson's wife considered morl:
tes 10 idem , Andrcw lackso
line just about four minutes
------- ^
U
rot. lackson
------------- ------ons.
bought him a parrot,
make a b atch o f 2.400 crayon;
leaching th e
Erin Brtm’fl aiui
o Jack Mingo
“Sham us," a slang nam e•fo
fo ra am uscdhlm sclfbyteac
ted at factmonic choicest atn be n'tichcc
from bird som e o f the
deiecthre, m ay have com e fro
y
'
'
^
^
*
•
arren.com.
me.i The bird gcrs^minso-lun
i w - l ___ ------------------------ \ - ^ -----th1 e -H eb rcw -w o rd -T sh o mnus,:L_obsccnitles.of.dieii!M
u
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A u s t r a l i a n s c h o o l m a k eess s u r f i n g a smi b j ^ t
—i
V
I^ 3
■
[
//if r
B
\
j a
"
"I knew b a fo rs hlee \w a s b o m th a t h e ’d
kicking t h in g s .”
b s g o o d a t kl<
W A W A W A ^ C 5 , w i m as fnl
TOrogRTMFl’KeiM?"
CANBERRA. Australia (AP) _ ,
lopes
JAn Australian high school hoj
dents
to stop beach-loving studei
ss by '
from bailing o ut o f d a ss
i aking su ifln g a n approv
ro v ^
m
subject.
)l will
Byron Bay High Sdiool
\
recreoffer surfing a s part o f a lec
a year
ation course lhat from nextyi
chool.
will count tow ard a h l ^ schi
certificate in New South Woles
Wb
state. .
■nis vklio ore
“You've got students
lut of
at risk o f dropping out
< school
developed
a n d die school hass di
dlls course os a way>10
10 ]provide a
itucKnts into
nadiw ay for these stud
it and
keep
m turc em ploym ent
a
cducadon.
dicm connected toI cd
sw ic
EducadonI M inister
d.
Carm dTfebbuttsaid.
itionMinistcr
But Federal Educatioi
d su iiin g a sa
Brendan N dsonsakisu
xkciy of th e
s u b ^ m ade a mockc
33-0931 fo r deliv
ivery.
S u b scrib«e today. Call 73S
B --------------------------
4-
M
m iiM
iiii
ua
cducadonsystetr
apparently
"I'hat w 'r c now
r
o ffc rin g ila s aH
ll S C ( h ^ school
cenificaie) sui
iubject in N ew
South Wales iss an
a absolute d isgrace.” NelsonI said
si
Byron Bay ha:
las 16 surfing stu*
d e nts this yeai
rar but th e state
has only agreed to
sch oolboonlha
ubjcct to c o u n t
allo\v the sub
tow ard a stude
dent's HSC fro m
next year.
m m gm m m
'
C4
>,Milie
M o ii^ h > tw * s r ia .a o O (
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^
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,
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cleoning
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i
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technltton
trainee. Call
21.
; is soOjiecI to (he
teci
In South HHIs on 8/21
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t)kJ
vi be cw sid ered unless accompa
d will
p tant mual be poatmarKei
un8400:
n t not
less ■ seen at 107 Hlghlan
i o i.n d .( .M .
“ S i l ™ monm? *
CONSTRUCTION
150GI
guaianty in a n amount
r
ter 30th.
g n Acceptable
i(cc
batore Friday. Saptem bef
2
wunt of m e
Dr„ Poui. Family 5p«
kNS: The Plar>s will be
ellevue. Idaho
W antlommake
i
TJC T he Industrial
Belle’
AVABJlBiUTY O f PLANS
1 five percent (5%) of Ihe lolal amour
^ ’:
ih a in s m i content
n
of
a
certigreatly
missed.
Gei
208-78»OOM
I 54o!oOO;5yr.
Co. Is seeking •
208
avallabla for publk: revfew i
T N s guaranty must b e in the fomi of
yr, racolvo
«8o/m e/ratfw rt/ser
S
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Central
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check o r a cashier^ check drovm
iald401K.
com pat^pali
ete
C
enarrussa
BuikJing.
laho Trans5516 ext. .3126 doy
Omca located In the Pete
le rs . Iron Workers,
r r . VER
iome on
w bank, m ade payable lo me klaho
'
and be ho;
436-5159 after 6pm,
E lectricians and
DRIVEH
sm Floor. 450 W est S talie
te !Street. Boise. «».■»,
lation DepartmeM, or a bidder^ bond Surety
weekend
nds?
fRITTEN C0MHEKT8:
•U B M S 8I0N OF WRH
Mill Wrights (or a
if f S S i
hua.
Asking
rteom
b e forfeited k) the event ot failureI to isign me l OST dog Chlhuahu
Jolnrourts
rttten comment regarding • wlU p®
Anyone may submit wrtttei
project ot Bottle
^
Oueetlons «
38423$
wMte and Wock with
wl
itr«
ct..
e
s
e
funds
for
th
ese
bkKk
•
con
t
*
m e proposed use of these
Mountain, NV. 60
FPMr a ^ l l l l
If
Conduct
public
nt
rosorves
brown.
Reward
Waho
Transportatkxi
Department
n
purpose or a copy of me The Wfl
grarrta. Forms for mis purr
hr/week S80/doy
168
opinion polls ovpr
lepl tho bid
foundl Coll 732-B46f
right lo reject all bids or to accept
Plana may be obtaineda from
fr« me Central Offlce m e rig
sustenance. Com,
>med
sth Ftoor. Boise, Waho. deem
s b e st for the Stole of kloho.
4S0 West Slate Street -■ St
LOST Gameboy A
ptelion bonus ovoll. ‘
‘A b S S y " * '
n M
d tt
this 7m d ay of Soptember 2005T
S. For
o r call (20e) 334-5756.
F more Infonnation. Dated
vonce sllvor a t yvi
^
k
l
.
Coll
600-424W“
l'
NO
s
J
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s
m
IK ILITTLE, PURCHASING AGENT
Onski at (206) 334-5768, MARK
RUCK DRIVER/
contact Bemany Qadzins>
0156 leave requestKMift
Strictly research,
334-5648 Depart- iq ahKO) TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMEl
YARDMAN
o t Mecheue Wilson a t (208)
(2C
od
inlofmolion
or
$7.00to$9.00Aiour
tRINO
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n
o
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iVelfare. 450 W esi State
e s ol BM P ac k ets a n d Bkl R e s uj ttu
C lass A CDL
ment ol Heaitti and Weif
u m ay “
i« y Is hoortbroka
77S-764-2670.
Casual woric
rv
preferred.
T W I N F <^^a P A U L
by visiting our web sHe at:
Street • Sm Floor. PO Box
Bo> 83720. Boise. Idaho ^ j J olned
h„
REAWARDIll Plea
la v a V M
T 'C ls a n d e ^ o l
FraS
Mtd.ldaho.gov/bu$lne$a/businos3.htm Of “y
63720-0036,
ronklin Building
con 206-539-3918.L___
irers
Fkrtlbki evening,
/ding th e'p la;.s must be
______Wrntan comments regardm
Supply offers 0
itacting your local Plon Room.
e ^ n d encourages
day, and wknd hrs.
)peratore
eptem ber 30.2005.
LOST MALTESE• X
a iim ltted on or before S
Sei
appllcotlon Irom
^
vhite.
15-30 hoursMeek.
ay Pay
DATED this 1st day ofSepli
2005
neutured molo. whi
.
'■“ SLISH:
'-'s Septem ber 12 through 16.200
lemoles, minorities,
»Hor
Qrool part-time
AA)avid BuHer. Deputy Dire
; S T^ d
---------------wearing blue cot
Dally.
job or second |ob.
Division of Management S e
wim bell.' Last se
s e en
notch
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o
n
e
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.
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PUBUC NOTICE
Department ol Heaim and
V
Con
O o se to CSI campus
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Equlpm'
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°
j n s planned and taken by your ggov
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Actions
450 West s u te Sl/eet. sm
I
For more Inlormation
t
M«nsnc.c«ffl
Please
ask
tor
.
www.trinsysi*
in public notlcss. Theyy ^ar<o o a n o l
Coll 208.736-2653
0
a re<cconlalnod
o
PO Sox S3720
DAIRY.
Grady
Call
To
LOT
Boise. Idaho B3720-0036
Experieneed
ir right
to know and to bo Inlormod
«
'
your
r
515 W. Main
t-66fr-2S9
pop,
*********** jr governm ent Is doing. As sell-gov
Mllkor needed,
Jetomo. Idoho
—
sl on -----------------------------PUeUSH: September 8 ,9
. 9»1,a i2 .2 0 O 5
Call 280-1995
\___ ^
irg es all d tlz en s to bo Informod. mi
AUTOMOTIVE
I 'S d S
8 lu ;U ik .! .2 M - -9488.
w
r
urg
es
every
citizen
lo
read
a
r
r.
Tire Person needed. -d a ir y
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VER
I'DRIVERS
ORWEF
rse
notices.
Wo
advise
those
citizc
:iU
S
T
EeS
SALE
these
-7
^
Experionce
preferred.
‘J
NOTICE OF THUS
e rs needed for ded'
id CDL
Hortzon O ganic Dairy Drivers
thei right to LOST: Yellow li
DL U a n No.: 2(K)0S1- s e e)kk ffurther mformolion W exercise Ihelr
but will train the righi * Is now hiring lor
lied run Irom Buriey
w /doub
T .S. No.: F-»172<-ID-DL
icaled
ubies. .
Mtings.
female, black coll
person.
Apply
In
: e s s pubUc records and public nwetir
oimer Boise. Idoho
D,jly
0236572
T ruck Ortvere.
tooltti
trips to
answers JO NicW' aan o
pofson a l Morrtfion
O n 12/14^005 01 1 0 «00
» AM (recognized focai
IM P O R T A ffT
or
gLC, Ulah^ 28ceniB
5
'
$7.73Air.Tractor '
orl-Hyrum, Wah.
English
Setter,
ms
makj,
2O6 4’' Ave West
tlma). In the tobby of R fst American Title
i years OTR exp.
; a mile. ♦♦ benefits
I
is e ad d re ss aJi legal advertising lo:
O p er« o n ,$ 7 ,7 3 /h t.
2^yo;
block and white sp
»P0'in Twin Falls,
W enuo. North. Twin Fans,
Tanker, & doubles
C I„nlK
Cornparty. 260 Third Aver
E«p. Maternity,
Ton'
iK(VR
LEGAL ADVERTISING
tod. red collar, iannty <
Of Twin Falls, Stale ol
endorsement req.
I joal/Bolse
d/
ID 63301. in the County
sa.som
r.
Mllkws.
T h e Tlmet-News
swots lo Rambo. Lost
L
Title Insurance Company,
Idaho. Rrst American Titt*
4-benefits
$e.67/hr. Pick up
PO Box 548
C la s s ifie d
seen SOO SouthI Ito o
“ S '-nfc*VR
;
■ a s successor Tm stee, on behalf ol CltlFinancial.
opplicattons ol;
pay **
Twin Falls. Idaho
P r iv a ta
West in Joromo. Kids
K
206-3:
c auction,
lo m e highesi
inc. m sell at public
o>
-324-6M8
2569 E. 600 S.
■ with ba se rale ond
are heartbroken.. REF
83303-0546
P a rty A d s
iwful money ol me United
bonuses.
t
280
Roe*
bidder, for cash. In lawfu
e eS trv e t
Paul, Maho 83347
36 or
WARDI 308-3596
em ail to
a
l
the
time
of
sale,
tha
1-600-967-2911
j
^
o
m
i
States, all payable
t
BW.IP
I
Requires pre-pay7
324-9621.
»al pproperty, sltualed In the ^
lolowlng described real
_
.
meni prior lo pub.
idHne for legal ad s: 3 d ays priorr to publicaIVER
—
Christian
daycare ond DRIVEI
Ils. State ol waho. and DMdHi
I
County of Twin Falls.
lol pickup
4 delivory —
—
,
licotlon. Major
n,
noon
o
n
W
ednesday
lor
Sunday,
■kkts
church
woricer.
Loco
P
27, 26 and 28 In Uon, i
_!__________d e sc flb e d .asjrtte w sj.; LLots
<
credit/debit cards. —
_ Full-tlmo-Mon..FiUln— COL,,
DL._Closs_ A w itt^ DRIVEftSI_______________
lursday
for
Monday,noon
on
Friday.1
■jattionTTwirTFans C oun iy .-T h u rs
Hamllion's Second Addtd
r — T.
ondc^
azm ot,'d6ub(eftrvle
—
Moonday for
daycare
I0am-«pm
Hazm
took 7 of Plats. Page 10. dayy and W ednesdoy, noon on M
1
klaho. recorded In Book
accepted. Check
idorsem enis
req.
* l U P» O U N
»r Friday
and
S un
10om-1230pm
ondor
lursday an d noon on Tuesday lor
Fr
nowledge of a more partk^ Thurs
The Tmstee has no know
.V
processing over
ompetitive pay arKi
tiu io iww
i erass?
Iturday. Holiday deadlines' moy var
kkls
church, . Can
ComP
r>e iabove referenced real Satur
ular description of the
g
me
phono.
x»d
benefits.
Call
C
la
s s A*
^ “C D L "
316-2220 for details.
9^^
ive any questions call Ruby, legal
p o se s ol compliance with have
property, but for purpos
J6-738-7291 lor and
hot
16-735:3324._____________________
lO C
Code, me Tmslee has 206-1
!
Section 60-113 Idaho
jpointment.
Trainlin in g
DENTAL
oppoi
ne caddress ol: 666 Jefler* — - 1
been Informed thal the
t<ii In me
I Full-time Dental Assle- r - --------------------------—
Rated •
tN THE DISTRICT COURT FOR THI
y . ID
• 0 0 Street, Klmb*rty.
II 83301. Is sometimes
I U nt
Some travel DRIVE
IVER
Maoto \c V a le y
JUDICUIL DISTRICT O f THE STA*
m er/O per«tof needJn t y o f
wnhday phoiosl
asaodated wim said real property. Said sale wai
involvod; R ease coll- Owrwr
IDAHO AND IN FOR THE COONT
i- e e s e
n
J
CLERICAL
fl
for
aulo
parts
line735-C
/enant
or
warranty
regard'
Iw made without coveni
Wo hove some
733-4515 or send
«d ‘0
TWIN FALLS
Local trucking co. seekor encum
brances to satisfy » s e No.
,
aul a nd route to Twin
0% DownnRnMdngl
F
Ing uae. possession or
e
resum es 1216 RIer
haul.
CV-05-3634 ,
photos wo ore
ing Clerical Help,
redltcarda
Major crei
)d tby and pursuant to the ^ q)T1CE
tk
me obligation secured
OF HEARING
,
Ave Eost. Twin Fons.
Fans,
^ s - from Salt Lake
/EBER
sure
you
d
o
n
l
h'*
Send
resume
to
PO
:lty at night Mon-Fri. '
accep
irred in Ihe Deed of TrusI
Flo­
epted.
n e : CUNTON EDWARD BERT WEB
power ol sale conferret
ss.
Box 564, Jeron^e. ID' jDRIVER
'
wont
us
to
toss
24
4 ftftbobtail w/lift gate
tnstrucdc d 6n en
< Birth: 8/10/1966
to Of
eiecuted by: Roy U unryy Q udgeil and Karen 8 o a te
ae
83336. Attn: Oreg.
^
'eber. bom on
T hese can be
Area
Feed mHI needs
roq,
jq. $6,500
j
per tnonm
a
>eUdon bv Clinton Edward Bert Webo
n d wHe, As grantors. APeU
Q m M I , h u sb a n d •an
Idisponlble
oicked up otII
I driver lor locol leedplus fuel incentive
lus
In Walnut Creek. StaleI ol Calilomla '
6/10/1066
/i0
To; Rrsl American T hie
h le 'Company, for me beneV. T
Twin Fells.
T vr^m es-N ew
wss
CONSTRUCTION
low reskimg ol 266 Borah Ave. W.
d.elivortes. Pay com$200
200-$400 per month.
tlFinanclal. Inc.. As Beneflnow
fR and security ot CitlFir
Conctela
Placing
iroposing • change In nome to Ed<
mensuralos w/experipio
u kiove detolled
'leose
DRIVERS
93. recorded 3/17/2003. a s
prop
, cia/y. dated 3/14«003.
Veber
h a s been filed In the obov
ll_ J
Co.. inc. seeks
ence. Full-time permsg 601-908-9569
isg
O a s s ACI
3-006625, records of Twin W
et
Instrument No. 2003-0C
n nam
;ourt. m e reason fcK mis change In
ni e txiing
experienced
help
m anent poslUon. CDL
r or fox
resum e
Excellent
..P le a se Note: The above
^UssBOstaoion. T he petltkmer^ tamer I
Falls County. Maho..PI
E SS a ,
for concrote woric in
required. Box 91485
eoi-1
ikisurance .
101-906-6592.
^
Heatth In
® YOU WTTNES
Grantors are nam ed1 to comply wtth section 45ich petition will be hoard at 9 o’•H
'd o^k'A V ?'o n 0 car
Twin Foils. We seek
c/oT haT Im et-N ew a
——
accwont a t1 oobout
[I401K.
Uode. No representation Is
1506W(A). kJaho Codi
^ t e m b e r 26. 2005 al the Twin Fo
^IVER
Laborers,
3:15 pm on S o Il Sept,
£
P.O. Box 548
ORIVI
)plyat
I.
or
a
re
not.
presenlly
re-‘
^
^ r t h o u s e . Objections may bo file
made that they a re . o.
nail kjcal company
oum ol
Operator*,
Twin
Fails,
Id
83303
ipferlne .
'
.s
S
i
^
i
o
tS2
3.
lust
soul
ligation set forth herein. Tho p#n
>erson who can. In such objodlons. ti
sponsible lor mis obligai
Rnlshere and
A ». . inter,
d rona S t 8 .
murt a good reason against such a
is s.
sa le is lo b e mode Is me cou:
Default lor whk:h mis
iS S e e T tr? tK ;
DRIVER
empi
Blue
Drivers wim CQL
Faile or
due. under Deed of TrusI nan
(allure lo pay w henI du
nidcs.
Driver needed lor
Inicli Long haul and
p
lease
Davls-Bacon
wages
ElUa
In
P«iU
my hand and seal of said Oi)
1 4«003. The monmiy pay- w ITNESS
nr
and Note dated 3/14/2
ocal
^
slralghl truck. Twin
local drtving poslttons
110.
$26.58-$29.92A»r
EOE
n is lOm day of August 2005.
Interest and Impounds (If mis
Falls area tendering
ivallaWeavail
Western ________ 1
m enli for Principal.. In<
,T
Send Ust of
Kline. Cleric
8.33. due per monm from Byf Robyn
R
Looking lor someoi
applicable) ol SS66.33
company. Year
Slates,
stali walking Ikjors
I hiiUH.
experience to;
i
”
b sequent payments until me
around woriL (jood
ind
andbenefits.
ORIVERS
4n/2005. and all subse'
Aer 5 ond 12.
2 smon t
M51 W. Qowen Rd,
UBLISH: August_22. » . September
loin the Bud
...............,. . Ings In lown, Co
jinstatement. The principal
Call
Com eW
benefits. Need O oss
c a l 877-324-5192. .
-• -• - ^
of sale or reins
Boise. ID 63709 Of
~
^ ln g to rto -----------------------------:
team, fbe
_________
1_
Info. 404-9619.
this dale on m e obUgaUon' ^2005
BCDLwAanken;—
balance owing a s otif th
fax 20^ ^ e 2-2220.
U veryO rtm r.
RIVERS
cal DeUv
e d of T rusl'is $66,907.16.
dorsement.
Overiime
DRIVI
secured by said D seed
, - S.
CPC is on EOE.
R
mustM
be21, have a '
s l a t m e rate of 6.996% por f M
required. Start $11.00/
Rek II-MU D rivers
plus accrued interesi
W
Class A
AIC.O.L Able
hr. 1-600-322-3269
' anted. CDL
105. All deHnquont amounts ^
I
annum Irom 3/1/2005.
Minsrequired. Pay DOE.
to do heavy
he
g e th er with accnilng late J g
a n now due. togetl
■ DRIVER
cFuU
T benefits. Apply a t
benenis,pay
Good
b<
St.
unpakJ
and
acaulng
ta*!
charges, and Interest. i
0 Drivere with CDL.
i^oi C oncrete Co.
Mrtence.Ptofc
OUND B asset Hound, FOUND Lal
Idaho
onexpw
rustee's lees, attorney's fee. FOU
: I
es, assessm ents, trust'
Im
iles north oi PREGNANCY CR:
'R « I S
S S L s sure
custom
larm
woric.
female.
Dumped
off
at
Found
4
mil
iplkMttonsat
1294
A
ddison
Ave.
upappll
to protect the
t
and any amounts, advanced
ac
□ on
1400 Froe Tests. Alway:
Call Brent 543-6/97
« Twin Falla. ID
U tnbeilyRd.
our home In Jerome.,
Gooding
roadefswillundersuind
W.
1640 Kin
wim mis foreclosure and our
1
security associated} w
or 543-8974.
Drug
Soum. Cau
Cali 208-934- Conlidentlol. 734-1
»1nfaB >.
4-7472
yo„,«jcompl«eiy.Spelifl
Drug Free Workplace.
TWIr
elec ts lo sen or cause me W a feel the dog be^
that the benefk;iaryf eh
I,
Free Worttploce
^
5040 or 20«
EOE.
'---------- n :
^ . It out. Oarthrti 733<B31
sow lo satlsfy said oWiua- lorigs to someone omtrust property to b eJ sc
s
-----e
r
than
the
dumpers.
—
15,2 0 0 5 By: First American
,
tfon.Oaied: August 15,
If you are missing
FOUNDMongoose
T io ir iillf tlll
n pahy
Title Insurance Com
pa .assu c ce sso i'T ru stee "your dog caH 324lin bike- For
mounialn
Senrice
Corp.. a s agent lor
By: OuaUy Loan S
en
itlon inquire ot
4831 or 731-0007,
inlormotlon
2r
sureesso> T ru ^ e e 319
31! a m Street, 2nd Floor. _ ____________________
me Twki F
rev
3
101-3006 (619) M5-7711 For poC
VUND homing pigeon
Departmen
San Diego. CA 92101yment
_____
III: {916-387-7726 or k>gon lo: ^ bom legs tagged. Can
I
Sale informatkin call:
Ave E. '
Fuentes. Trustee Sale gyi
678-7217.
6330T. 20(
wwwxalposLcom Nico
OfficerASAP717367
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Please cclol
rhisy«rw afb*ourl»«t.
by12fl)6/0i
This
________
BndRle»734-:
9. S
Septem ber 5. 12 and 19. caai
’ PUBUSH: August 29.
^ M n g e se
b a NKRUPTC
2005
■ cross, em
Guoronteed
Lowest P rin
OrangeI & tan color
NOTICE O f TRUSTEE'S SALeE ”
N<
00 &
f T u n a le S ^
near 700
i North Rd
: Loan No.: 0306306343 A.P.N, RP10517E010750
RP
T.S. No.:1D-60381-CLo
wuranc® Company the
In Jerome.
me. 324-5082
Avoid new low In
en ithat. Fidelity Nationar Title Insu
Notlca Is hereby given
K )S a tl1:0 0 AM(recog' —— — (3)
—
x e s s o r Trustee, vrill on 11/1.5«00S
duly appointed Succes
puppies,
call 1-666^ :
» Title &:6»crow. 1411 FREE (3)
nlzed local Ume). astt the
tt main entrance to Alliance T
b a NKRUPTC
TCY
S301. w lirsell at public Block Lab. P leese c a l
1315. Twin FaUs. ID 8330
Falls Avenue E ast.I. Suile
$4
153 or
Inexpensive
m oney ol the United 670-1653
< 670-0665
Ihest bidder, for cash. In lawful,1 rt
auction, to the highet
WtfMsms Lav
nowlng deecribed real ,,
e aa l m e time of sale, the foUov
States, all payable
jnty
ot
Tvrln
Falls.
Stats
g
f
mal
property,
situated
In
the
Count)
property and personal
m shlp 10 Soum. Range
rM
f Y
ribed a s lollows: EXHIBIT A Townsi
of klaho. and describe
SECTION 1: A
ise Merkilan. Twin Fails County, kJaho
k
17 East ol m e Boise
nt ILot 1: COMMENC-ING at me N ortheast comer ol
pan c;f Government
2642.82
f
e
e
l
from
the
V
Q
>lnt lies North 00* 16'24* W est. 26
Section 1. Said point
o u m 00* 16‘24‘ East.
> ^
______________ ^East q u a ^ r com>er
er o l Section 1: THENCE Sout
CHILD CARE
EN C E -N ort^«at-58ua:-------------- ^
'ftvhom e, ucem
Vest.
n
It: 1THENCE North 00* l e W W
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perty is: 41S1 Meadowrtdge Cir
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4980
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tk>n 45-150e(4)(A). Uaho Code.
■not
C:h
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oompiy wKh aectton
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ire, o r are not. presently respofislb
made thal they are.
n i-rstlred m ale physteian with a r
m e failure to pay when
,
rtik:h this sale Is to be mad* Is m«
into
TYw Default for whk^
t for th e g o o d m ings In life {makl
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g o o d c a u s e s , a rts a n d culturerience:
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rnonths ol 4/1/2005 mrough 11/16
per rnonm tor th e. me
u w n a n . T n . p rm apd
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p e s , iea-n in g som ething n e w ew
im
4*1
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untU the date of sale or reinstat
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TnMl Is $123,010.71
,
e rv
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n
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annum Irom 3/1/200i
f o r m ^ e-rn ln d td w o m aves
n or
•cciU n g
w eight
iroes, and lnte.-Mt, unpaid and ao
accruing late eharge
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g
U co-spontored by The Time
'im ti-N ew t and th e College of Soul
o n e sty
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vi
te ee . aOomey^ feee. and any a
alhem Idaho
ments, trtietM 's tee
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' protect me aecurity
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; eiacta to ae« o f cau
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person to do laundry,
agi
Twin Falla. ID 633
;k
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helpful.
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errands, do grocery
ow tools. Excellent
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wage,
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co n tractad
shopping,& e « . M u«
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months.
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sturday 20-30hre .per w eaK
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W ednesday & Satu
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send resum e
requires
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experience
g record and
sWiu.
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10to Box 9S4M c/o
drtvlngre.
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milage.
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ttons fo ra WATER DEPARTMEN!
js
c
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required. Apply a t
environment. Qood p a y
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apply In person al
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posltk)os available
intereste.
tsted parties
630 Railroad Av
school
lines and gsle vah/e program. High
HI
immediately,
coukl
should
f loula
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at
uU fU
or be
;|
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;
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hi
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work Into fun-time.
contra
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able to obtain, a Class A C.D.l
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Cashier
partdoys ot ombrakes endorsement within 30 di
valloble
The Jerom e Trus*
8N eeded.
Uc a must. FlexDle
tton
t TmI’t IImes-News,
iti*
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th o a iy llm ptoyment; Irvo within 15 milos ofI th
436-e2l 5 o f ^ > 4 4 6 iZ
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s u r W6SI S a i m e .
I■irfMd Street
mornings & ovoi
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Franklin Building
—
a servkie provider
f
Apply
at “Visions
W e*t.T
« Falls.
t. TMn
and bo 19 yrs
cense with 18 monihs. A City omptoyment
or
1.
Supply is accepting
DRtVERt . ■
Group* (Home Health
L _ J ^
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for Dish Network. Is
On
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•
application and job oescripiton are
art available
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& Home Care). ’
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comact the Personnel Offico loca
dlaaal ttucka w/alr
T he JIty
City of Twin
Outside
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ttton 9 732-5365
799 C heney Iy Dr
735-Hall.
321 2nd Avenuo East or phiHio
p
brakes. Exp. rvqutrod.oo
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H
ready for an excitor«
o r apply In perso n ®
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Salesm an
7268. Ctosing dalo is 9/23/05.. T he City d
CaU 208-731»4ft37. ■
Ing career opportu209
>09 Shoup Ave W.. TF.
appllcatio
latlons for two
..
jnrty Emptoyr
This posUon Is
Twin Falls is an Equal Opportunii
nity Irtstadlr^g 8ate^
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ans
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IB
responsible to sell
■er. Onjg Free Workp/occ.
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loving
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relations betw een
d«(Mtxtat))a T M C hars
.1
Ing areas. No expemonthly
r e s lumber yard
p«t-B m a,'.'R eapon8l„
rtence necessary.
$2160.
3. plus
pi' a conv
C M vwletX ladm
liltac
locatlona. and blBtlaa b r pUnnlno
,,
willing to train eager
prehensN
inslve boneflt
.of VMn Falls.
CU STO M ER SERVICE
Jerome Tniss plant,
actMtiM )rpm currtcu*
J.
indlvlduols.
paid
\ D T^FA LLS
TW
package.
ige.
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^ |.i,hia store
ening tor a
ire. Is
Truss design «■
The
Times-News has an open
k m & implamant Into
w o ri^ to r a rta .g l
'
Sl
training
period.
Car* C « n i(r
suoervlsli
vision, rnust
tooking tor qu.
quality.
experience is not,
Service
C irc u la tio n C u i to m e r Sei
daBy program lor cMI*
401k. excellent poy.
:
operate
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vartous
. conlldonl. res
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d f a n .A p g ^ p e r s O T—
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,
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ol injcks and
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cusic
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CNA'S
lo tiandle This posting must be able to
countryl Mail your
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pmsnt
ond
focused
ps
peoplo
oppiicont m ust be.
torAllSWfU
SO BSFRarAvaE.
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multiple
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resume and oover
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to put
highly motivated I
Looking for dependTW tnPalia.
enl phone
'
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should possess an oxcelien
col
labor
ki
all
thoir
career
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nov
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able p-ople with
NO phone c a l plaaae,
Bf sendee
Brian D oane ^
presence, strong customer
L* ^ ^ rc o m m e rd a l
^great atlltudes.
w conditions
tfrfvel
Outside sa les is an
weoinor
id the ability
noinloin City
m uj , d,
l e last
u
skills, computer aplltude, and
van.
18
integral part ol a l
E0UCAT1CN
Pick up appHcattons
“ JT.
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■ lo woik well wilh others,i. Sales
let
It Intorested plooso
is.
High
y o a „ of ago,
^
streets.
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n
conlatt
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and
being
a
self
Twin Fklla Core
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announces
an
,
230
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M
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15.
868-317-93M
'
Is
required.
drivers
license
s e and
havo whai n tokos,
r ^ I ,
O eO
sday-Friday
plus. Schedule Is Wednesdi
opening lor th e 2005Buriey.
ID
89316
for
orlaxrosurrw
g.
drtving
pleaso apply a t
2000 achool ye ar for
8:00-5:00, Salurday and1Sunday
S
to“'
o r e a 677-8740
ul
. 208481-2108
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, ^ . { d Dr.
516 W eet i4aln.
a
a P araprefeealoital
ndividu^s
morning. All Interested ind
Thsp^eryouQom*
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C lass I
te t
w w w .aU nvest
=—
Jaronw . Idaho. J,
V
AMe wtto have met
ation al
should fill out an appiicati
tWT»tO*
30 days ol
SALES
MEDKAL
withinI X
a a te im e jw t
Mi
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lor
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vlthin 25 milos
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may call Jim Davis
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od
LLC. Twin Falls,
ings
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train
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flexibility?/
ot applying Is a formal
nal
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r s
S6.2S/hr guaranteed
sed.
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EX*
applicalions lor
Pi
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208-736-0672
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at the FUer District ofo a n eral L aborvra
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Twin Falls Care
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lon
SALES'
phone 735Purchase Plar
ttr e e letters of recomimtevsl
positions
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1. Ctosing dale
JS
mendaUoa This poel*
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highly moiivoted ani
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Equal II < Opportunity
ACCELERA'
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b ags & work rotatREER
vnlling
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need
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lormore
call 2 0 ^ 6 3 7 ^ .
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are available thru
board sWils necesIon.
vocolton, ond insur
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r o . a o a 3 ‘'&
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sary. Send resum e
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ance. Apply Mon-Frl.
SPECIAL FORCES .
10 of the top
Sorrenlo
Lactalis.
Inc.
Is
ono
lallst
to
suporpendable and exp.
:p771 N Colleoe Rd,
ic o m
8;30-5:30pm.
Musl be a U.S. Citizen
growing companies in tho9 \valley and |
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truck drivers and
^d
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oge 16-29.5 or 6 yeor
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280 Blue U k e * N
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we are taking applicationss lor
f experi1
tractor operator! lor
Of
EOE. Drug Free
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enlistment. Good pay.
iwater Treat1
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Grave
I
.
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or
4
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T henS w Sew s
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work al our
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equipmenl. Jerom e
ith phospho-1
treatment plant system with
Chubbuck Police Dept. —
from $12K to $14K
androsum eto
area. R eferences.
MEDWAL
lerest and
experience. Benefits
>red effluent. i
r\is removal and sand tiltere
»•
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ME
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availalM. You will
Youth Ranch
lO U T Il
avoiiabk). Apply In
C U 208-678-0263L
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3 a s they are
Patrol Offlcw v.
INO EXPERIENCE
also
be
eligible
(or
the
Class
2
may
apply
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long
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NECESSARY
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eligible to pass the d a s s 3 1te st within
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up to S70K. CM SFC
6 months ol hire.}.
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In Media Saloj
Hwy. 27 S outh. Paul
Seeking fuB-tlme for
Ctiubbuck, ID 83202
Lupear (206), 733Sign On Bonus
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n,
wanch.org.
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Direct Care S7 to start
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local feedtol. Also
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IndMduals w/sign larv p r o f eESSIONAL
ssI
Companies
ies?‘
ter trealment
operatkHi ot the wastewater
,
need
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for
for appllcallon apd )ob
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432-S472.
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license & car
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model
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planL Industies wiin In the treatment pic
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seeking a sse
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sa
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selling th e
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greater IndepenM•ntal
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lay instructions to subori
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pteiatreo, uertents
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In
culting. _
welding and aDKIty to u]
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• work on own a m u st -p,
Tired Of the da«y grind?
MBrtght experience
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prstsn«d. G reat bene­
fit package. Pay OOE
,
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compeOOve wages.
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to work m a hospital
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Mecflcal. Dental.
. 401k A PTO.
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660 W. A M to o n
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ptease.
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lumon se n ices
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top
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I
value. G o with
wi the
growth or
for the
lulure. Ched
eck Lee
out at:
ww w.lecji
s jie t
a W a y work
week, with
reasonable
hours. 401K.
medical plan,1.
vacation,
u you a re a nI
experienced1
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who woukJ enjoy
vrorking In a i
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S tartS»<lO hr.;Benents after 60 • day*.
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Twin F a ls. T34g83V
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we want you to app
require sue*
Ail offers of employment re<
employment
cesstully passing a pre-en
jnd check.
drug test and backgroum
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1
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good w age tW brtilng
mptoyer
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resum e and
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salary history lo:
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tlmeposWo
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room experience
S8-S10
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$6412
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2182 Sooth U ncoln
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Jerom e, Idaho
}Twin Falla, ID 63303 '
870
la k e s B l v dT w
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lail resume and oovec teller to ;
206-324-8101.
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JEROME 3 bdrm., 1
balh, lg, lot. Lease1 TWIN FALLS For sa le
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by owner. Now intertw/optlon to buy. 100%
or and extartor palnL
n n a n d n g available..
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of
parking.
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2000 + Sinco 1993
Bill BokergOB-326-5115i
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FALLS
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67x14, 2 bdrm-. e xc.
67)1
eof
cond. AC. $13,000/
on,
olfer.
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o r 208-734-5284.
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H ouae to t x moved
. Two twdroom. 1
bath. Approx. 900
sq.ft. 1 car garoge.
Call 206-733-3742 |
TWIN F A U S New
home on 1 14 acres.
South ol Twm. on
' country lono. Groot
viows, unique custom
design.
hardwood
doors and trim with
built ins. Firoploco .
sunken living room,
locuzzl, walk-in showor in moslor suite.
Bonus room wtth outside polio, overslie
gorogo wiih shop
spoco. custom extortor finishes. Must Soo
$265.000 731-3201
tw in
fa lls
Only
houso for sola In
sought oftor neighborhood. 2700 sq. ft..
nowly remodeled on 1
odro w/wotor sharos
$245,000,306-5995
fl
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dock.
$134,500,
208-733-3762
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2660 E <1256 N
Custom Ou.:; lor buiide
by Craig Bullen ‘
Constnietton.
2 story, 3128 sq.ft.,
4 bedrooms, 3 baihs.
ns.
family room,
F tfim A ih c h aa^
lederalji
Infofma
feder
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1
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W M d e - m tL ^
veiy new,
WENDELL Lovel
, iib e th ln
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f f ' . . , ® d; , Includ;20-7601
Ing AC. 206-721
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TWINI F
FiA L U 2 bdrnT
ir pold.
no pels.
$99 move
ive-ln
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ore
water
f
R
0 * deposit. 396
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III
availablo (rom
11I 8;00am
,
ipped. ol-5;30pm
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fctonday-Friday
h ousm g.1I bedroom
b
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ppls. prtln T » ln F .l.
1^ 0 . $625 ♦ $300
II 733-0931 ext. 2
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lath. family room.
cinov at 324-0572.
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t i . near CSI. 459
< 3
BUHL 3 bodroom. 2
BU
stview Drive. $800
^
bath, mobile home, no
, ♦ dep. Call Ll2
. pots,
^
long term, $500
j.6841 o r 734-6500 .JEROMEAp<
^ ta .
month +. deposit. Call
_ Ain SL 3
4 FF,A L U 3 bdrm..
026 E. Mali
208-543-8342.
TWIN
bdrm., 1 1 bath,
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BURLEY Nice country
2 >ath.
bath No sfnoWng/
ippliances.
s.
Vory
spactous.
kitchen
ap(
"2, bdrm.. 1 balh. $425
P«>^ J
jki/p, gas
>0
mo.
't$500
dep,
W/D
hookt
„
month. $400 deposit.
J*®? "
>1 M
heat/AC, $540
312-2603
Of 300^)142
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3
Jeposit
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TWINi F A L U 3 bdrm.,
ro perty .
am , nower oil brick
Mgm
2 bath,
jtn t
no in Sowtoolh
CAU. LYtr;
L\
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r
homoL ^ J
School
1-6S69.
f
Cunv
Crossing. U aero
comptoiely
landscapod with sprinkler syslom, 1,760
sq. ft,. 3 bdrm., 2
bath.
24x40'
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m ptoyment
mation I's free.
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em ber, no one
promise you a
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C laulflg<
a l l s 2 b d n rr
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TWINI fFA
,. homo
for only
mfg.
h<
1.950, Why renl
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$9,951
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whenyo.
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)79 Qovemor.
1979
inta
C allJ
ic eS t
$22,000.
B a rk w
34-4196.
Financing OAC
C a ll I
Homes must remain !
jom.
r « ..'i e -»KH,:; r BUHL1 bedro«
3 bdrm..
55*ord lsajiblod
b
on site.
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FAI
,
Cam
eo E atatea
2 bath. :
Istance.
206-423-6253
N orth
F
II Polm
e Ranch
Locoted no*
text to
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.
City
Park
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Call 2 0 ^16-6966.
805-829
^W IN FALLS 2 bdrm..
ortuntty
1 bdrm
Equal Oppotl
!2 MIB, AC,
TWIN FALLS
FA
T tm b t
Housing. TTT
e« xc.
cond. $25,000.
w /D, eehle c t heat, no ,
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Call
Binoking/
ing/pets, ge s fire800-377-3
Co 208-423-4512.
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piece, yt
mi., availlent based
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1 bedroom ipts.
apt Quiet
laintalned
I B itterroot Or
,
s (62 years •
208-731-2033
Ddrm, 2 both,
t« ro sid o n ts
w ,ciio
h o „n appls.. g as
c f a g e o r e *ier.
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ilsobied
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AC, 2
heat,
i
^
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garage, fenced
regoraiMSOi
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FedorodyAs
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& 5?5Ano.
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9. Equal
M omt.
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3 bdrm,. 2 both, 2 cor
If
garage, now In X)4.1
Beoulifutfy
1
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I
$121.000.734-95681
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5 bdrm, 4 bath. 3288
6
sq fl. central air.
central voc. 2
fireplaces, hot lub.
«lKk. auto sprinKlers. lenced back 1,
yord.RVpofkingI
quiet cul-de-soc ^
$225,000.
Call 206-733-0769.I—
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usTWIN FALLS t)3 Cus
^0 'o m homo by SRC
Irm.
2800 sq. ft,, 4 bdrm
2.5 balh. 2 fomll:
0?
rooms, living roorr
lOfO
<ion. .75 acre. Hickor
x)th
Firs.
SawtooU
w
School. Tenaco Qai
>00
don sub. S329.90C
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732-5309 or410-202'
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TWINFALLS 1900
Nashua double
w klo.3bdrm .,2
balh, AC, all appls.
$28,000.
1093 Broadmore^ 3
’ * bdrni., 1 balh.
$16,500.
1097
Fleetwood, 3
"
bdrm., 2 bath.
t'S .M u
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WHOranh*"
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BUHL 70 acre faim ,
$195,000.
206-2669909 / 213-880-1092.
BUHL SW 80 acres.
80 shores TFCC.
Year round live stream.
productive lish ponds,
small homo, now Iruit
troos. bam s, granary.
Call 206-543-4736.
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EQUAL HOUSING
OPPORTUNITIES
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FARM 40 a cres I 1,inienuoo lo make any
w/water hghts. 2 | »tuch prefwonee knttahomes, small bam , I gDon-or diwlmmMion.
2412 E .‘>“0 0 N .\ 1•FomiVil lUlM ixlude*
FHer ID. Bank of ID | «cNktren under tht ege
208-524-5545
Ofl col IB tvrno with parent*
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women end peopl#
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,
HAOERMAN VALLEY,
w est end, 480 + aero
farni. 2 homes. 2 pivot
500 cow food tot.
VVouki make great
heifer operaiion. Dennis -Threo Island Real
Estate 208-599-0703
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THE RIGHT
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Canyoi
nyon Crest Dr.,
JS RIGHT
rrH E R E I
brand
ind new 3 bdrm. 2
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4►♦4 ♦ ♦ ♦
bath.
th. $1,050 4 dep.
F A W N B3 FR 0 0 K
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A P A R TrMENTS
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n d m orel
M 3 bdrm. 2 bath in
work, and
CMtS'
stiewood 2 cor
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/r o b ert
rage, dokjxo appis
S tuartI School
8
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ludmg dishwasher
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itrict
LM
your 1.
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eentral
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to
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ast
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2 o r 3 Bedn
DAYI
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with
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p. 206-735-2254.
♦ ♦ ♦ + ♦;
■1600
tW IN
IN F
F A L U Brand
647Fawnbn
brook Ave.
>1 3 bdrm., 2 bath
Handicap accessible
ac
caslle«
dewood.
2 car
gqual Housing
Ho
aeraa
e
ig e + an new appis.
Oppoft
ortunlty
y nice fenced yard
wHhgrs
1g rass. $950 1-dep TWINFALLS
L S N ic T s
bdnn 2 ba
bath, appls.,
^A vailable Now.
20S-76S-2727
W/D hook
»kup, AC,
____ S
water, sevrer
TWIN
IN F A L U Brand
r lease, $650 .
»wl 3 bdrm.. 2 bath.
car,, AC, spflnWers.
* « Q O d e>p.
p . 733-7616
2 W
175. -f $650. dep. 1
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$875.
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ase
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a
nnt View
w
Trail.
420-3983
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e .i/a n M ddel
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new,
1/2of(D ec
flnoi.
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^ eSawtooth School
ent
f«"
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$47S-S515
1st. ■
$975 mo. + $600 2-3 bdrms.1. S
»p. Can736-2433
ACmo pets.
s . 734-^600.
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te iM iS itir tU iii'
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TN*
krawingty accept any
Inc. BUHL 39 acies, extra
•ovtrtbino lor real e»water. Clear U k e s
Ule ntitch is in oloteW .H H O T.-737.JWB39
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Rd. $160,000. Call
TWIN FALLS 3 bdrm,
r#ed#rt ar# h#r»by In208-543-4238_______
tomed
tn«t
U
bath, beautiful hoff
OOODINO
1
acre
tots
dweiMo* eovorUMd m
In nice neighborhoo
in
rww
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Sage*
n u newtp««r e n
$128,500. 2460 Aklfl
,gs
subdivlston.
great
•veileble on an #quai
w ood Ave. 731-9695
opportunity
bastt.
To
—
location. Can Lucir»da
con«ii*i ol dtotnw u= 1
208-306-6804
tion cal HUD ToS^free
■ I HAGERMAN (2) 1.15
iei#plwn# nurreer at
eoo<eM777.
The
p i
acres each. Rock
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ToiMree
Mephone
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free, side by side
nufflbw tor n tieirtna
w/pressurtzed Irrlgatlon,
Asking
$39,500
.
^ IN F A L U Newer 3
ITW INFA LL83
juinj
each. 206-837-4517
Inn, 2 bath on WhIs1 bdrm,. 2 bath, but
(ting Pine Drtve. An
I in 0 3 .2 car garage
'B“ ' | TWIN FALLS Choice hHANSEN 2 b d f m .,^
I 1.390 sq. ft., full
bath, 2 car garage,
w3pl&
* Incl. No pats,
Wlyl
lot in Canyon Point
— $ 5 5 0 - * - d e p o s m « f ____ 3 amoidng. Avallabie
- fiy i— E3lal08.-Bulil-U>-aulie—
r 3 .~ $95 0 4 « potlL
and no pets. Can 2 0 ^
K>0.|
or sell. Call 206-732all 206-423-4590 Or
Can 208-420-672
, 423-5177 Of 731-1975
7241
8090 Of 410-5042.
._
03-S1>0444.
I or 206-^0^)046.L J TVnN FALLS Income I HANSEN House In
flN F A L U
SouthH ins.3bdrm .,2
(tim
property, 40 acres w/2
TWIN FALLS 4 bdn
W ER beautiful 3
bam,
2478
Rock
raoe
houses- both a re rent*TH. 2 bath wKh
Creek Road. Call 435^
eSto
Salmon
Track
wairgo IMng room, 2
Larxlscapo,
a»
tor. 208-326-5490
, *36-S686,___________
sprinWOfS. vinyl le «
ar garage, g as heat,
HEYBURN
3
bdrm.,
2
centr
1664 eq, fl. Tile
entral aJr and an apbalh,
appls..
W/D
pnarti
wood floors, vault
nances. Spilt (toor
hookups. No smoking/
plan
c«lino,«17B.0(Kl.C
ian and fenced yard
.
pets. $495 m o., -f
o n aeq u ie tc u l- d e ta c .
20B-260-1653.
$495 dep. 6 7 0 ^ 1 2 5
A
AlplneReaNy
^
™ m FALU r a y
TWIN FALLS A m<
3 400
rented duplex. $800.; tHOLUSTER acreage --------- 734-3373
s e e , by ovmer. 3,4
Zoned CB, oouW be . » pasture nice 3 bdrm. TWIN
nN FALLS Sm U 2
sq. ft, home. spa6c
office—of— tx is h e s s .,^
4 bdmi,. 2 ~ lii
1— 2t»m $680-734.8«58— bdrni
^
Only $82,500. MLS# ----------------!
.
---------------«42S
baltis. family roc
96210739. ERIK 420-' .JEROME 2 bdrm., 1
^:12-I678of21fr7707
living room, din
0126. Irwin Realty.
bath country home -------room. 2 rireplac
ENDELL Lovely 3
i
$500
mo.
+
$500
dep.
WENC
hardwood Aoors. c
No
smoklng/peta,
refs,
bdm*
klrm, 2 batti homo.
tom
kttchen.
(
ga s h e at
I
Call 206-324-2666
R^replace,
re(
loads ot storagel F
\C. appls., 2 car
Ished basemenl. di
JEROME 3 bdrm., 2
Jlarage.
Jl
$700 mo.,
ble M . Sawtooth C
L ...b a th n u b y e h o m e . N o.
I7
^
d
e
p
.-A
v a l. O cl
triet. $199,000."a
peta, long term. Rent
^
ACREAGE84.3S acresI
ith. 206-306-2129
8 7 0 -2 fll9 0 r7 3 3 -Z
$600 mo. f dep. 324- J ! ! : :
lE ll
Prime
commercialI
^
. .
........... land by 64 on ramp m1 B903 0T20e-543;e342 | j = ZERO
DOWN? ll
^ _
Jerom e close to wa>-) -JEROME 4 bdrm., 1 M
pPC
o o R C R E o rn
. Man. Exc. vlstoliily' ' bath, new c«n>at,
IS T T W eB U Y E R ?
1ST
$325,000 404-1240‘‘
Call tor a
garage, some a p ^ .
I
I w . ♦ dep. 52S W.
FR
F R iE 12m lnulepreTWW FALLS BeautI
I
AveE. C U 731-3162
qoalWcatlon
4 bdrm..
8U nB 420-3766
L JEROME Ig 3 b d r ^ . 1
suzleOsuzleflchard
H bath, hil unllnlahed
HANSEN '96 R eet1
tom bulR In TO,!, With
<
son.oom
bsm l, am. (enced yd,
,
rades. wood. 14X66. wXh 1
m any
upgra<
$600 + $300 aecurtty
«148
shed. 2 bdrm., 1 beth.I.
$152,500. 404-41<
depN op;^^4-6516 -----Call 423-6356 eves.
a p A M e iw o c d IAAve.
H
M
■I
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s i H
I
TWIN FALU
X S 1 bdrm .
1 bath. very
v.
clean,
quiet. $40«
400 4 $200
dep. UtH p<
pd. No pets/
smoking. 420-9555
4
0J 2 bdrm, 1
TWIN FALU
iiet tocatkxi.
bath, quie
peta. $450 4
tS io"® (t»
<f>. 212-1676
” 5 5 2 -W
707.
TWIN FALL
L U 2 bdmi. .
duplex, rar
carport $4
N opots.73
733-1804.
z riT rT T rr
TWIN F mL U 2 bdrm,,
a th , carport,
^ 1/2 bat
cation,
$525/
flfeat tocal
p . 1 yr. leaae.
smoking. 206J or 733-0707---------
ISI-rSS.;
TWIN FALUu T b d r m ?
vrUh laundry
$43(Vmonlh *
P.M 4 -2244.
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TWIN FALLS 2 bdnn..
" i'
1 tu lh townhouM.
Phoosant' Vi«w lown
hom ts. S450/mo(ith.
S400 - deposit. No
pe(9.‘a08-94a-9401.■___
TWIN F A L U MOTEL
Dally and weekly
rates. Oulet, clean.
affordable. 733-8620.
_
TWIN P A L U 2 bdrm.,
m.,
2 b olt, vory dean.
on.
W /0. a p i s . No smokokIn g /p e C $575 montti
nth
■ fdop.^ »734-1143.
HAQERMAN 2 btiim.
$325 mo. $300 dop.
Kind ol country. Call
B37.6135. 637-6458.
or 208-888-6510.
TWIN FALLS 2 bdmi..
m..
new poirrt/cafpol. No
pets.
732-5408
6|07,,
,-l .■>:(
OfficeAndRatal
TWIN FALLS 2 bod­
^
room. 2 balh In a fourTWIN FA L U 1.600 sq.
plox. Wffi hookups.
ft., open offtee w/re$57S/monm plus dop.
coptton aroa
and
•Call20»ai)6-1317.
___
lunch room. 376 Falls
rt 1
Avonuo. Noxi lo CSI.
TWIN FALLS 3 bdrm,
nos
$2,000
mo.
Gross
t/2 boiti iLplex. gas
ica.
loase. Call 420-2363
hoal and"' firoplaco.
$650. Call ;^7-0700.
TWIN FA L U
n 1
Ofllce an d retail
TWIN FALLS 0 bdrm.
013.
620-I.928 »q. ft.
' bath, AC. iito pels.
S525 f » 0 0 dop.
707
Hammach
212-1678 Of 212-7707
TWIN FALLS 3 bdrm.
^2
both. AC. appto., W/D
hook-up.
, etnglo
garago wiih oponor,
no pots or smoking.
S700 mo. + $400 dop.
SS
733-0370 or 490*1929
W(
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SEARL
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y trim miniatures
Win
and loOch horsos to
pick up fool.
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539-2512 o r
"
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Ctaaalfled* ~
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C o m iM ritttl
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24 Broad
td w a y
25 WifeI Of
c
27
29
.
sip»ppio>.>oi.
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pi
good hom
homo. Aboul 7
ok), Chow mix.
wooks ok).
can 532-4016.
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fo O dI sSt'u f f s
o q n i^ y r
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o
p r o g r airam
6 P e r c h:hed
t
on
7 B uzz
6 S l r a i niners
e
9 C i t r uJS
s hybrids
1 0 L o d ee Iload
1 1 P o t aito
t o ty p e
.
1 2 A b a te
1 3 S l e e}p
p sound
cops
1 8 C a n aadlan
c
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H u rP
------------- '
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lomniM.
$350. Males,
IS. 5300.
d S. roody
Tales docked
OS-6955.
10 QO. Can 309
—
p,NCHER
ERS pup■malos. 2
'P io s. 2 ’ fomi
moles, AKC, $500./
’3-5425
oiler Coll 423-
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2 8 E li's ; si
2 9 P a i dj ssportsman
3 1 B e a rirlike
lil
3 3 T y p ee <of triangle
3 4 B illy' 0of "Titanic"
or ,
3 5 L a n Chester
ch
M a x w .(well
3 7 C o n tlraplions
tri
n bt or Arden
3 8 P lu m
4 1 S r i LLankan
a
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lilto n , N Y
43 HamilK
30l
school
am a
45 Panam
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current
c u ll
46 Difficul
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47 Directc
S tro m
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48 Grade
max:
4 9 S ta irs
5 0 A r m o r ee d
' v e h i c l e ;s
5 3 D is p a tc h
5 4 T y p e ooff t i d e
5 5 G u ll reella i t v e
5 7 A m m3o f o r a
s h o o te r
,5 9
F r e e (of)
(o
_
Farm Equipment
^
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1
18' hoodor Bonn
pick-up
0011731-5463
-----------------------------“
COMBINES (2) Cas
660, diosol onginoi
13' hoodor wilh =Ionn
Ron
pickups Lois ol Dans
pan
indudod w/combmn:
Boan roody. 5100
MINI SCHNAU3
‘
.m ales 0 _ « 2 j 2 ! 5 --------------malos. 2 lom
r r1r
wooks old. $250
$ 2 Coll DISK CASE IH 770,
10.
II. hoavy duly off' 50t.'
5C
208-733-6310.
r z r --------- 28 inch Blades, a
T l A^C
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5
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O u tsSt ta n d i n g !
61 Sty sSlo u n d
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64 Thro\
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6 5 "N F L
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4
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3een had!
4 3 T h O sSet o p p o s e d
44 Fil 0tob e s e r v e d
ikk a f t e r
4 6 BOO
D a nlie
i fl
;ta d i s h e s
47 Pasta
h pow der
50 Bath
51 Mentl
ila lly a c u te
}f p r e d a t o r
52 Reef
5 3 J O hn n S i n g e r o r
k
5 6 S a C; k ie d o u t
5 8 T m 1£S o r r y "
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C R U IT 5
T E A C H RECF
a lto rS p m .
-------------mroo oxio. For sato (
N ^R C K
HOW T O M
rent. Coll 366-7272 .
MINIATURE
SCHNAUZER
f o R t y s
KEWANEE 16- ron,
click'd loiioi!,
/
I
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malo. AKC ro<
3
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so .nnsM'i ;i<
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lor slud son^K
^ 8 -5 M l
.b u r g h disc. Lllleli
733.1101 or3<
^ ^
I
suggoslt'o Dy ifx? ntx
_________
sto
n
boon
wmdrowe
--------------------i
NS
puroIH
bonn
cultor
.-ir
POMERANIAN!
)itom
4n«w «r
T
ir brooder,
cuftivntor. 4 boito
brod. Former
t
rheel
^
Ford plow. Whe>
Looking or
lor good
■
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the dogs.
rake. 0 l3 E.
IV
HAPPEN
V:i IGLOO
LOUSY
PASTHV
5-3712.
Joromc.208-324-253
F o ' ‘r^’o 736-3
^
I
1)1 wnon moy toonca .it tiio Oi'.,f’i'^ Ihiouijtl !I'C
anaiv loo
LILLISTON Hi-cap
nABBITS lrior>
r.lOfO lAindo-v. thoy s.iv. - 'PLAI
.ATE-GLASS
nn
n m n- *
6200 Edit>l0 BoOn
^ars, Brown,
Combine. 5 bar Wiir
,,iack $5 Loo<2 Cnh
IT rolutn 52850.
go8.324-S372
------------ —
Call 431-6683
709
706
70 9
SHIH-TZU AKC,
Ah
12
or 436-0690
f Grain & Feed
V ----------------------------woeks ok>, male.
n
—
Fann/Ranch
\Hay G rain & F eed HayC
Ion whlto. LIVESTOCK iq u e e:
shots., golder
Supplies
4-7163
•h u tte e (2) JO 5460
S4(
Coll 208-734-;
ALFALFA g r a s s mix
Hi Hav txg nncl snmii
--------------chopper. 4 tow co corn ------------------------------- *
•s S75poM on Alr.m.ni u.iies. S60-1O1
“•‘‘''-‘s
CORRAL POLES 1125)
20
SHIH.T2U „upplos (21 hood/hay hoad. 208nny amouni. T,m al
!f»a“h a y S iiO p i't ion
2519
22 It. longm. C in <3i50/oa. (1)
544-2519 or 731-:5'
lomalos. $350
:-666-9845.^____
208j 308-4083
——
nmoior.
$i.250.o»ot
1
i worirod
MANURE tru ck i: 19!
Other wood pioducts ALFALFA
*
hay good TS.CC^ Hay Retrieving
vot chocked,
.
Call Con .11
a ll 431®000 and I9i
ovaiiaDio ploaso cnii
toady to go.'cC
quality, I- & 2nd cutoq2D8-28^M 39
Ford 9000. both rnu'l'ic
wi
2955.
<0O’ >652-7O99
ling, small Dales, no
----------- —
1998 20 It. hydrnu
IAT STRAW 3«4 A
ram. Soli any amount
WHEA'
SHIH.™ ups, AKC. manure sproadoi
idors 707
D,iios Bahoi Ciiv
chamoion bloodlinos.
bk
Call 208-539-6036.
•«>•»■t>
Call 208-536-5023
I ^ P '® "
Irrigation
---------------------------OiL^gc
>gon men Coniact
'2.__
J . ^ ^ ^5aIl“ m , Im POTATO BEDS 2--soil■IS at Nodh Siopo
------------------- C CRASS HAY
Chtis
m
mod------- PIV O TaV attiJjivo----------------- laigebaios---------------H orrf
rrS*i-786-2S5?TT-------Call 208,623-4447
2 ift..
pivOl S4000.
?8-t467 or
el SpudniK: 1-22
iingai H orses
with olocinc conlrifi
ly newl 3 bdnn.,
Tl., 2
ANQUS Auction
BORDER
B
COLUE
'i S - *
S r e r." ° '
HAY
I" 4 2 ‘ crop
6 year oW m are.
H
—
mot or, 1-20 It., with
wi
working
dogs.
HcarSaturday Sept i r .
balh w/dock. New
ca
)ustomFarm
. .
small balos, 50 ion *
'
"USKY
oiocifc over hyd.iut
lautic
3 yeat old nily.
pot.
painl.
vlni
McCallam-Wanmon
GUARD t
vinyl,
Show Heifers,
i
nalo.
lull
S2000 ooch^otlor.
mu
Call
JServices
bred.
10 weeks oW. 4
jr. 2
Can 676-9353. '
. G rassy
>20. ♦
Cow/CaM Pairs. Brod
i
blinds. & DW. $620.
• 678-0030 01431-4440 — —
5100. Call
poiaio'p up troilots.
,
dop. Call 734-6447
I female. 8
o,ossS S■: s i h t O M .
*7
Heifers, Brod Cows. ■■males,
i
iTmO w a t e r
RIGHTS. - ----------- -----------•
16 tt, 1-18 It. $151
4-u Cu Cueiom Chopping
mos 4 -1 year oW have »bo.
B ear Mtn. Angue
boon raised wilh
— '
SHARES D.iny-lnrm- HAY
H
1st crop O.M h.iy
TWIN FALLS Small di
1IGHLAND
oach/ollor. Call 934.
93
Border Collio slarlod.
gtioop
i>on cnop 4 corn
Melba. Idaho
loop. $150. Call
WEST
HIC
3
commotcial. Buy or
with new poodmg, 500
piOK. 1 bdrm.. appli
Call 208-886-7914
312-25M
5788 or 539-1480.
ooinct Lawtfli'co
“P?*;:
i5 m llesS .o fN o m p a
3508 or 654-2586.
TERRIOR lomalo
------ Soil 206-312-1135.
I ton balos Call 208g ,,,,,
W /0, $350/mo + $3C
:llotie at 654-2064,
KC rogis- „ o S S 15 It., comb.r
ibinnr e ^ 3 3 6 a t ____. _
,.5 “1-3064 or 6S4-2026
____ , iBOSTON
TERRIER uVBS> 33 imonths old, 2
, dop. No smoklng/pol
{orod'^'
anuro 709
non SJloflgo 4 manu
puppies, mak>s $450.
lork lemales. 1 black
S67,
B U L U Black Angus.
Neor CSI. 431-7367,
bkjodiinos, $!
3 . brght giouii. p a r m
b« l. mounted on '
fomakis $500. Ready . , pChocotato
k
M'
16 mo. and yearling,
Hay Grain & Feed HAY
malo
Chfissy775-7!
•753-8105.
S5000. 20
loaty, b.im sloied
CuMon
om. Bo.iii mroshto go. Call 539-0053.
Segister
sem an lestod. Call
istered lother ond
I TWIN FALLS
135 It) ,'3 string balos,
-1428 ---------------i i s i a a s i
676-8346 or 431-14:
. lLiiii.Mon conibmo.
208-886-7564.
g
(bred
mother.
70S
BOSTON
TERRIER
SDitoale
.
Also
.
p,ci,
(
KBviq
P55-4360
-------------E ip e c tt o b eI—
— . - p ^ ^ v E S It-young caH—
3.Call.73l--5856_ p ^ ^ . E q u Jt ta
, m e n t- “ SIPH0N-TU8E6-<2C
— Standaid.-AK C -regrg— $100-&
— ^giass.'hnV'rnJii B.Hos
Im prM ted ,
300). r . OWor JO
cafvos pairs. Call oar->0 2
■ n a n a a H i
You pickup 324-71JB 7 1 2
} AKC. black & = r ,
■ ■- rr
S padous 1 & f2
I
horse s>do rake. i<2)
a o ,.° ;° 3 ,s !r 7 ° *
ly mofiiing e r lalo
)w. Hip certiliod.
AXLE SC)
( c e lla n a o u s A Q
bdrms. Ouiel^ ,
ICALE '
15x5x38' Iractor tir
evenings 934.5066.
HAY nilnlla. gi.iss.
^
CHESAPEAKE . BAY
chomjic
buttdtng w/gated '
lENT •
• 4 tim s 185 Suju
mi.od. 2 sliiny, s e ll, g^GAl
RETRIEVER poppies.
CaU 312
lAR
BEET
underground
to gol
noods work. 6'.
small amounls. 1st
e u »ARES
r
2 dark fom W s. 8 ,
n
(25) lor
pori(ing 357 Blue
ufl
connectI
)
10’
.
Foctory
stock
rack
.(1)
'
} Chocotate pup^Oli. X 8tt. F.
ana
2nd
Corrals
U kesB lvd
0, Can 543-6023
woeks old. $200. Call
metal morry-go-roui
ound
N o n -T e s t
1. 8 weeks old.
colibrated. Short
Si &
available
20B-308432
WITH
431-2682 leave msg.
P ^0. ®
C«U 206-544-2432
u
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n
ta
l
Coll
208-431-6528
first shots, delo r^lo rm r.
0q?3 or 324-5082
71 6I ' • ■
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L®__
C le a n
CUSTOMERS
;
mod. 543-6422.
availabk). Tn
CHIHUAHUA
’ AKC 2
wormed
SWATHER NH. 1
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TWIN FA L U . 2 b ^
HAY
grass Clovor mi..
A Gi B
Bu afn ea aA n d
WHO NEED
males, 8 weeks old. ; ■ 1"
,oder
G re e n H ay
I
heavy duty hood
} heoltn. yoBow
ovailobk
like new. carport, r
. lendor lino stom, Exc
C mi f v lc a D tr a c to ty • ■
Raadv to oo Can
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h
r
s
.
-C
ell
Todd
at
YOUR
•
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reotfy now.- p io a sec allSSanstrom
r
pets, storage n
quality. $80 por tons
736-4801 or316-bl31
P ^pies,
*
, (V,
Good on Iuol. fi
$500 + dep.732-54(
•5408
SERVICE
u le s & males. 7
Scale
C
208-280-0979
Call 208;733-5789
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CHINESE
PUG pups,
weeks.
Twifuiar
Iks.
f , shots
208-324-751
H O R ^
>r' :\
Adverttee In the
‘■
Stnndleo Hay Co
$16,000. Call 2082C
AKC reg. 3 black
wormed
med. dew dawed
1-8M-37SOAT HAY 570 a ton.'
' ct
r 5 .1 2 0 fl_ |
733.^839 0,731.50
-5639
208-825-5117
C
B u e trte e e i
S H O E IN G
oved. Purebred.
—
males. MOO each.
remove(
stnoll
bales.
Call
^
Servic* Ofr*ctory
Call 208-734-80S5.
parents
I
539-2185or326-3446
TER Pick- TRACTOR John D «
C < «i]W rtatrin
Looking rot o«iia vftc«t>on _
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rc ia S S L r
Slop, rod
4630, 20.8. roar n
DACHSHUND mlnia* ^ 5 0 .^
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TWIN PALLS
money? Ttio claisilwMj
STRAW (400) 2 string
bor.
duals,
loe
eraior
' "** . ture puppies, pure- MINI DACHSCHUNO
0
woeder. pOnodividers,
Microwave, relr^eral
cnn help you 9«n thoso
bak/s. clean. $1.50
ir. Bnllkin
good, needs soi
or»W-.inH-7.'>H0
t . AKC
$2.50<Vofler.
CaJI lor prices.
brod. dew-daw ed. 1 '
pups,
A registered.
S'
PEACOCK lor sale
,11
il«m» you no tongot n*«l
por
ba>o,
Rupen
aroa.
DW
$1.50a
work.
$8,000.
Call
No pe<9.C «prf MOM
shots. $ 200/ea. 206r ^ iI 208-7365513
201
BduRe&chieks
or
-9116 tor quek cash. 733-0931
C»ll2H yai37.
-------S3-57&3 U
432-5673 or 731-91
-521-0537.__________Call 206-423654-21?* or 431-2142
2QS.521
2.
Can 206-324-5372
,1 209-799-M U.
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O dyS
Pance
c a k e to p p e r
l a r ’s
Morta'
partne
ner
30 Not yy(e t!
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57
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36
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1 9 .Peach
20 P eak
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11
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2 1 - O U uI t ( b e a
h p o ta to )
CO UjCh
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(7) kittens and
>gs 10 a good
TWIN FALLS 3 bdmi.
n. 2 I JEROME Now offk;e-| BAY MARE 2 W - 3 W
homo. Can
Ca 677-3151
bath opi. wtth garago
ago
warehouse space
yrs okf. Haltor broke,
or 219-94'
__
on MomlngsWo. $600
600
for lease. Four
X,:
leods
with load r o p e .. ----------- —
por mo.
deposit.
osit.
1200 sq. ft, units
. uHer
, namo is Ginger. FREE Blac
stack Lab mix.
208-490-0S57.
avail. C a n M com<<
>. to
$500/olfor.
Can 260lemalo.
lo a family or
_ .
binod. Very cJoso to
2; or 260-0624.
0623
" 9 ^ ^0
TWIN FALLS 3 bdrm
^
1-84. $800-$850 per
J il
, SS T can
2 bath, appls.. W/D
CORRAL
Panneling kit.
948-5623.
monlh. Call Slinon
CO
hookups. AC. garago.
B23.
•
$650
or bost olfor.
^p:
n « « -o o «
«
Starting at S600«' dop.
CAT . Spayod.
Call
208-420-2569,
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—
_Ci
•734-5001 /731-2049.
DONKEYS
painl Jock;
whiio. '"d'^
d<
= ;
TWIN F A L U
00
whlto
Jonnys. $225
Nood good
g<
homo.'
RENT/LEASEmUY
wl
TWIN FALLS
eeia.C a sh . 731-3553.
Call Calhy
:alhy 306-2844
2 bay garago and retail oioa. $ 1,000.
cockatiol with
as
138 Blue .L akes.
HORSE
h
SHOEING
Abundant amonlllos
Rotail
warehouse
In a ProlosskmolI
4 TRIMMING
“ ?ios. »
$500,451 Main Ave
atmosplioro al
or 308-54:
1-5434 iv. msg.
E. 605-406-0996.
^
Saratoga
Schooled al WWCC.
dog Lab cross,
Reasonably
priced.
TWIN FA L U w a r ^
^
6 mo. old All
S
hane
Blakely
,
\
L u x u ry l.2 & 3
house: 2.100 sq. ft.
Iteonsed and
bdmi. homos.
shop. 2 ovorhoad
206-404<870
nouto’roil.
rob. Qroal lomily
lir
doors. '2 oflices. $770 -------------------------------b=
EKIdont csntral air
boautilul color.
dog. boa
a monlh plus Uuos. HORSES
HO
1 good iroil Call 208-4
oa-404.1240
nH
and hoal. Full sizo0
736-6684 aflor 5 pm.
maro.
m
l rogislorod
^
W/D included.
AOHA
brudo moxo, 3 FREE dog. lomalo Pit,
A'
Rosldont fitnoss ‘&
nd i5 puppios to
rogislorod
colls block, bull ond
® 0» ' ,
,V ;
ro
business conlor.
rod
dun & roan 2 & 3
a good
C
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r
a
t
a
j
i
l
t
i
f
t
i
m
/
,
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Individual palJos
yoars okas. 543-6163.
878-2416.
•2 l ‘
w/slorage.
HORSES Ten hood ol FREE dog,
dog mole Blue
Swimming pool
Australian
Morlo
TWIN F A L U spacious .-good
9< horsos for solo.
rtord cross Bor" a
w ^B O aroa.
For
intormulion call Shepherd
liko now 3 bdnn,. 1
^
krflio
tb 0 good
Wo will make you
Dole
Jolfory. AcodeCoII«
*'
both w/1 car garage.
°
lomo.
312-3933.
my ol Equino Don- larm hom.
smilo!
Noar CSI. $800 mo. +
tisiry. Glens Fairy r R c c dog.
doo St. Bornatd
$500dop. 404-4115
-2 0 8 ^ 6 9 ^ 0 0 2 _______
an Matamuto 10
/ i
Call or visit today
ly
e io
. '
u
LANE
COW HORSES
o gOOd
Od home. 1 W
fl
651 SeratosB Dr.
toU l d le p e rta l------- -yo o r old, groat family
312-1774.
Brood mares-broko &
dog. 312. ]l
2oa-735-ieoo
‘
!
shown
horsos, young
—
^
stock. Call for oppt.
PR^E Gd
j
#
f e ^i
TWIN FA L U
'206-312-1746
''O'd ct(
—
OHt ce and showroom
—
PAINT
moro
beoulilul
li).
I —— 1
4,000 sq.ft. 258 6’‘
blocWwhite,
11 y ro ld . c o ih v S a
f
TWIN FALLS
■
Ave.Wosl.
“
Great
Itall
horse.
L •i
733-0081 or 420-0081.
J
kittens+ 6 month
$1000. Flashy sonol 2 FREEkitto
(9
TURN OF TH^
al. i Ready to go
yr.
okl
gelding.
$500. old col.
CENTURY CHARMI
Im i
e t4
•
v
good hMio. Call
Oork
loathor
sh
o
w
lo
a goo
' -'V
New tow er price*
;•
W
a
n
te
d
T
o
R
ftirt
I
aad
d
te
w/silvor
15'
404-4373
>373 attor 1pm.
’2
Laundry, storage.
seal. Like now. $400. r r r r —r
Studio, 1 & 2 bdrm.
kitlons houso
o
'
WANTED
to
rent
beet
\
Can
206-324-5460
FREE
kil
Apis. Irom $360
in.r molos and lobroken,
M
ground for 2006 crop -------------------------------—
>1
633 Shoshone N.
s.209-544-2667
Woslorn, m alos20
year. Call 208-532- SADDLE
8/
a
20S<420-6SS0.
tooied/paoded,
$375.
K44677 or 208-532-4016
'<
‘i j
4fiber form d o g h o u se
Kmc kinons. 6 wooks
)rango and white.
and Ig. dog bod. $35.
TWIN F A U S Oood lo
Call 208-735-0016.
^^1-131-1620.
-------- ;------ — —
'i i
callon 2 bdrm.. duploi
j i s “W r t i w H r - J
THOROUGHBRED
PREE pu|
A
5550. 734-5483
rooistered 8 "’‘*'‘'* '2
^RLLY
go 1
y
^
TV«N FALLS Largo
year
oW Tor salo or b io o ^ V
J
bdrm.. W /0 hook-up
k-up.
OOODING
tl
trade
lor good quarlor
^
579-0301.
'!i
garage. 5365 month,!!.*
horse
wHh Iran se n se. Call 679Now roliroment park
h
H
deposit. Can 206-324
for 55 and older, h
^
Native
Oancor and c a r p ni
Rhodo island
1
3260 ovonlngs.
Man
OWax bkjod ^ 5 “ young
™
____
mile west of Good^
hon. Call
linos. 208-673-6280.
420-6541
I I
TWIN FALLS U rg e :
loft. Monihly spaco
_
---------------- --—
SM
bdrm. balh and a ho!
7
0
4
FREE
Re
Rothweller/Goril:
rent $130 month.
7«
if f i
townhouse, $495. Ca
X. 2 yr
^
Call 206-834.6738
P e te A n J W
- f jShepherd
j
208-734-4120.
spayed lomalo
Everyone. Can
S u p p l ia a
Lovess El
TWIN FALLS largo ; M
"
■■
420-8896.
..
208-420bdrm.. 2 balh, I ca
AQUARIUM
20 galkjn.
kups.
. R b o n u n a tM
ai
arage. W /0 hookup:
IAN SHEPHERD
black, comploto with
535 mo. -f dop. Ca
. $350/00. Black
W a n te d
;
stand.
(iHor, 4 lighted
53
208-733-8980.
vor. block & tan.
cover and other acrim. TWIN FA L U
ba»T
|cossorios. Top-of-iho
have shots. 4
TWIN FALLS noarr rirr
no
moni
room,
living
&
i
s. 4 lomalos. C all,
like new duplex., n
own bathroom. $450
S8t2or312-4773
steps. 2 bdrm. 1 sVt
LOVEBIRD vory r — —
bolh. AC. D/W. W/l
W/D
mo. ♦ $200 dop. Call BABY
B.
UN
SHORTlame
FREE with pur- OERIWN
rage.
208-420-7579 Iv msg.
l
hookup, dbl garage
IS AKC, puppies
chase ol huge cogo
no smoking/pets. Wc
(3) liver,
j
and
all toys. $80. CaH
« » '" 7/23/05.
7/2;
lor & sewer Indd. '(^5r
1 ) TWIN F A U S fomaio
whitoJIivor.
Good
S750
roommalo
wanted.
208-308-4045.
(7)
loose. $750 f $75
*2.
$345 mo.. $175 dop., dop.. Can 324-4152.
BEAGLE
purebred
f
,
™
.
------1/2 utilities. No smok- B'
puppies,
a
^
a
t
^
e
.
wormed.
nod
docked
&
w or3 ■ Ing. drugs, poU. Coll
[
TWIN FALLS Nowor
Males
$250. Fem ales
dowdaw
:laws. $350. Call
ind 2
208-221-0324.
J
bdrm., 2 balh and
$300each. 733-8891.
324-508:
5082 or 308-0073
. bdrm.. 2 bolh apt!
“£L*. TWIN FA L U room- _______________
)
304
thru
38
BLACK LAB pups, QgpMAN
mate wanted. $250 B
HAN
WIREMadroria. Includos ri
AKC,
1st shois. dewmonlh. Utilities pakJ.
<
I
Irlg., DW. AC, W/i
claws
removed, boxy
^
Call 208-733-0973.
'
, two malos loll. 4
ig at
I
:
hookups. Starting
i
ths old, training
t
$595 per mo. -f «<0P'
do|
lI. r ’i o l ® n o S t ‘° 8
— ed. 208.431-4667
T O t!
weeks old. goa -M i- started..
______I
Call 208-736-2999.
B 6 4 O o ra ? ^ 7 0 7 .
O R ^i rT DANE puroTWIN FALLS Practlci
I
10
75---------------
1 7 R o v in !
rO S idl eOn c e
.
FREE (2) idogs, 10 a
good hor
honw. 1 malo
^ Tlor/Chihuahua.
Hum sized, long
M r o a adog.
o j 670-1149.
---------------
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< sSe h a r d
W O rK
q
3
p
12
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1 5 N e e dj ll e( c a s e
1 6 "E nool
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^
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n
gyO K
T4 Slangy
^
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DOO KENH
Hx13x8 diam
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r
™
,
Freddos Playboy,
DOO KEM
S 'i n i “ t S
imk. 12x4
J Playgun, and CO
Olonal Lou of color,
high w/gali
/gale. ,$150 or
come
help us cele- . besi ofler. <
«
bratoS4eonsocutivo
•>'
USE liber form
•' yeors
of breeding
1
quality rogislorod
QCH-s.SolohokJon
podded
$375.
Sep. i r 7pm. Beef
8-735-0016.
dinner eerved a t
5pm. Peyeon WT.
enGU SH
H
MASTIFF
Info801-361-1130.
p„ppios. B
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giants, Inte
TW
an
chimpi^
American
U
father AKC
:H o rif a n d T ac k
^
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“G e o p ra p h t/ hass n
made America
and Canada neigh
ighbors. History
ends. Economics
has made us frienc
has made, us p airtners.
rti
And ‘ne*
cessity has made2 us
ui allies.” '
— John
Joi F. Kennedy
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Bobby WdC
NORTH
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h ap s b e s t knownJ aa:s a w rite r a n d
c om m entator, but; thh e is a ls d ‘4 fe g - ^ .
SOUTH
u l a r .o h th e C anlaacd ia n N a tio n a l
A AQ 7
idian sq u a d w on
T e a m . H is C anadi:
VAS
t h e 6 4 -te a m Forbc
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leve n in g e n , Hol2000, h eld in Schev
4k K Q 3
with top
land, from a field brisUing
bri
p lay ers ftt)m 21 natii
nerable: E ast-W est
ations.
V nlne
H e h ad no troub
Uer; South
luble in re a c h in g
D eale
sbc diam onds on tod
today’s hand, n o r
bidding;
ispite th e s p a d e
T h ei bi
in m a k in g it, d esp
king s iltin g offside.
Ith
W est N o rth E a ss tt
T h e o p e n in g le
leza d from W e st
Pass
1*
P ass"
. w a s t h e h e a r t kin{
;ing, w h ich E r ic
o n tr
P ass
4 ♦
P assIS
4^
won w ith his ace. H
H(e drew tru m p s
Pass
5♦
P ass(S
in two rounds, then
en m ade th e key
g ♦
All pass
play of cashing his
i
lis ace
of sp ad e s,
N e x t, h e c a s h e dd h is c lu b s a n d
Opcnit
ning lead: H eart king
h ea rt, elim inatruffed h is losing he
im th e equation.
l.
ing th o s e su its from
LEAD WITH T H E ACESs
Now ca m e a spai
p a d e from dum 09-1
09-12-B
m y to his queen, taken
tal
by W est's
J t (of spades, a n d
king. W est w as out
th holds:
so now had no choio
oice but to give a
A Q J4
ruff an d discard, lett
letting d e c la re r’s
V A Q 9 6 4
losing sp ad e go awa}
way. Slam m ad e. .
♦ 75
As one s p ad e tricl
rick m u st be lost
« J9 4
no m a tte r how thle
e isu it is distribt
h
W
est
N o rth E a s t
:ost to c a s h th e
S o u th
u te d , it c a n n o t cosi
1♦
a c e first. T hen, wh(
vhen a sp a d e is
^
1A
2 V
Pass
IS
le d to w a r d t h e q
quu e e n , if E a s t
5
3 ♦
3 V
4 ♦
h o ld s t h e k in g , th
th<e q u e e n w ill
p s
P ass
Dbl.
All pas
pass
score, eith e r now oorr Ilater.
T h e e d g e comi es
e s w hen W est
. mcuj
if yyou
>WER; L ea d a clu b , o r if
h as e ith e r th e king
ng sin g le to n , o r
e r, a sm alt tru m p . A spade
td e i s
king an d ju s l one‘ ot
other, a s h e re .
dangerous, a n d lea d in g an
u
m unH ad th e finesse bee
)cen tak e n w ithU b le d
p orted a c e a g a in s t a doubli
o u t c a s h in g th e aacc e firs t. W e s t
ts
c
o
re
is
a
lw
a
y
s
a
b
a
d
ide
id e a .
w ould h a v e w on w
w:ith th e k in g ,
tn e r’s double s u g g e s ts h e h
th e n r e tu r n e d h is o
< th e r s p a d e ,
:n se , r a th e r th a n th e king
ng m
a n d a s e c o n d spad<
ad e lo s e r co u ld
r suit,' so do n o t ris k leadii
not have been avoide
th e h e a rt ace. _
F
“ ■•
___
jing
SODA PO P Vendin
Machine holds 6 difdi
lerent flavors' of ^s<
das. H as n m con
pressor a n d coin n
turn. Stand up styli
works graall $700/o
VOffer 324-5648 Iv. msg.
I j
WEDCKNQ DRESS
Alfred Angek) with
^
slip and veil. Gor­
tn
geous long sleeve,
id(
high collar necii
art
with o p en head
ck,
chest an d back,
train. Must seel
Size 10/12. $725.
(206)543-9091
_ |
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AfiButirMnAnd
But
BuDdlngMaHrialg
Ih w
Fumitu
S A T E L L riE ~ l
SY STEM S
R P S in J m n e
LoaaccrufinJiirw;
outtrtii in«nlti
m*wAj!Ml.DLih
miworicSutfiiUKl
uni
inuinym nnv
RPS aO K tk 4 6 g U {
•0 1
.
837-6304
)AK FLOORING, 220
sq. tt. of A4- k 2 wlongue and groove
£^ i d oak pro-linlshod
flooring. Ordered too
much (or our pro)oct,
mu.
Call20a-543-6332,
Antiques And
CoOecUbtaS'^ ^
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>AT10
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PHOTOS
Havo you (orgonon
lo pickup your
birtnoay phoios?
Wo havo somo
photos w« arc suro
you dom want us
10 loss. Theso can
bo pKkoO up 01
Tho Timos-Nows
Classiffld Deoi.
DOORS french
stylo. 1-64-X02-; 175-X02-,
$125 per
door. Coll 324-3062,
"nLE
(ILE GROUT 9/25 lb
bogs. Mapel Polymer
•’“3
comom groul. mart
color. 1.50 lb, bag
yor
Versa Bond morter. 1501
501b bag Glass Block
' moi
mortor. $100 lor toVollor.
lor Call 543-2548 allo f6pm or961-2547.
10#
OOM SET: Bed.
dresser, mirror.
stand. Now. nevMnod. USI $899.
o t openi
lice $399. Can
sacnfice
jr. ‘420-6350.
»
C^ue-green
cOUCH
v»ith wo
wood ihm, $75.
Qrver r,, g a s Soars,
$ s T rofi
rofrigoraior, $90,
sor. $25. Can
^35-9379
H floral. $80.
COUCH
i cokjr TV, $20.
J08-733-1641.
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U m E ESTATE
g ., - n
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E:S SA N D 30X
= r : r ^ = i = . m attR
re
RLER
I =
iron
UOIOS
Motorola
SET. Black
S «ason O pener
rTXNJVHF
y,
py. New still in
professional
canopy,
200 s
Ipair
J with chargers, so- ploslic.
c . Ust
I $799. sacIndoor Filor Roa
cun
euro, coded & license
Morkot
UOQ $298 pair. Brand
»r. 208-420-6350
Iroo.
flo'>vor.,
Como Treasure Hunt
^ov 200-734-8296.
nowf
m ATTREI
RESS SET,
TF Fairgofunds'
Full Onti
>thopodic. $99.
S o p lir (9 a m - 5 l
anm
S e pt18’'(l0am -4)
HotTUb&POOlt
dollvor.K
Now deakjrs wanted
tlO
Call 312-4900
“------------------------------- NASA
MEMORY
Everything Irom
sPA.
>PA/JACUZZI
MarFOAM
1
M mattrass
sel.
__________ arftques to oaraQO ___oui,
-4 uis..S.peraon.6x&-aU----- Conform
sole iioms.
digital, redwood sidNew In plastic. Ust
-------------------------------ing, cover. Exc. Cond.
mg.
$14999 Sacrifice
S
$499.
HARBOUR Ughthouse
$2.
$2.100.208-404.1240
420-6351
5350 can dettver
Colteoioo. 14-pc. Exc,
.—
condition, boxod. W>ll MW
S08
( q u eEN
e n ANNE china
s e l Ind. 208-736-7274
ai.n .:$550. MaichC o m iu tB n
h u tc
dinlno
set
ing
(
ROCKER original cano “
0. w e r ? $2500
Mat and pack. $80. RREFURBISHED
ep
COM“ S ',
h. Call 208-324Call 208-733-2S95.
pPUTERS.
u
Exc. lor
school or home from
$100. 208-732-0512.
N PJU .O W O P
and
|M
.
$109.. mattress
r
V ,
box set
set brand new,
KENMORE
Trasii ^
ry v a ra n ty . Can
■ Cofnpaclor
comes
»r 208-420-6350.
with extra bags $150 ~
FREE Shingle wood for r a c E CAR
Ct BEO, Lime
Call 208-625-5032
kindling, CaO 208TlKas. h
R E F ^ E R A T M 23'.
73^ 2 o JM 4 !iM T '
734-7487 or 308-4800
$ 150.2(
•
simorxj, perlect cond.
S L Q a IH
H " BEO solid
S12S. Call 734-3240
!M
| ^ f| tS r ;''"
1. brand new, sUI
REFRK2ERAT0A QE. inWr o p n t P V i H W i
In box.
«, IUst $699, sen
—
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•knond.SIOO. Eleclrtc —
rang*. KMvnore. self BEO
9E 0 twin aJze. Indudes
Call 20 e
c te a n ^ ) oven. aK
bet
bedding, frame and g i r i T H i '■ - - - S H S H E ra
mond.
SI 50.
Mhe<
headboard.
$80.00
crew sv*. Shaip. $25.
Ou
Oueen a t a bed. in- •It H |hg | | | j H [ | | M
RoeU ng c h air light
dw
duding
bedding &
frame.
$50.731-7471
floral print. $50. Chair
frat
liohl flOfBl prtnt. $50.--------- ---------------BEDROOM SET Cher- AIR CON
lONOmONERS Call 734-5787.
BED
ry wood Indudes 7
2 wIndo
W M HEM )RY ER set. dra
drawer highboy. 5
woo 55<
$150 or wii m D sepa- dra
drawer chost an d 2
with remote.
rerr
$150. LO
raie. F rM W . upright, nlgl
night stands, almost
80001 8TU,
81
Mtiite with
S125. Refrig. $150. nev
new, $850 o r tMSt
remote.
4e. $250. Both
offer, Call 736-3365.
IBte new
Call20e-421.Q341.
one
lew. 735-5915.
BELSAW PLANER 12
(n. X 6 in., 7 set nwldino
cuBors.
now
blades. 220 powor
w/manual. 431-2091.
CRAFTSMAN 3 hp 10'
radial ann saw. $200.
Call 732-5805.
<i m
S p e rtin g e q i
~
BICYCLE 4; whool
v.
landom. sIdo tIv »i(»o 3 ■
soater wilh
Ih canopy,
Q,oat for lamillos
lan
and
parades. Pal
>aid $2,300,
Call
soiling for $1,650.
$1
208-308-404:
D45^______
oI m
W a n te d T o B u y
_
—
WANTED Any old oslotos, pottory. pic•tures, Indlon rtoms.
Levi's, horso ladt,
|i
lowolory.
qUirts. lools.
loys.
l<
ond tokens, 208324-4721
or539-4721
S
WANTED
Dalol Lama
”
lickois • PLEASE- just
rneed 2. A gift for my
daughters birthday on
., <
{9/11. Call 734-1572.
MBERSHtP,
'
- m em
e
con space,
at CLCC. «
Yomnho goll
01
carl.
<5 900. Bob'
>b 308-2150
o ? ^ .5 4 3 1-5943
-5
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NT filnoss
FIT
1000
al multi-stoprofosslonal
ilghl
sol.
lion
wolgi
■r. Coll 208$1000/oflor.
543-2548 oflor
or 6 pm
1-2547.
or208-961-2
S u n t & R ifle s
—
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GR,
30.06 cal<
ir. $650.
Pro-1964
^ odol
)dol 70 Winchoslor.
col 7i
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REMINt
uth Modol 7 243.
S.195
Coll
S
(4-4050/308-3115
2
1
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Call P hil
208-731-7W8
L
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With Maria J.Smilh
Ih
P « * ie .ll8 2 5 -in 99..
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c l e a n in g
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w ithuSSH dTow ay.
PlM seaU 733-8 ^ .
I
Dally-v.ct:kl>-monthly
Com m vrclalA
re.sl<l(.‘niini.
B onded & Insured.
733-1300 T w ta
g7B-t040 Burtey
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f)
,
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«
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We nauriaes tubs,^
links. TUw f i b o ^
poroelain. countertops.
p*'
T n e estimaliB.
Tlrav«ee61-00»I
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coN snoxm cm
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r cut
Snapper, 30"
Cu with
»er
and
mulch Ml, mns
nini por36-4664.
te d , $700.736-4
.^ lE E a potlwJ I
Poplar, 3 SIZES
KS. Caii
3 » 5 o io o r^ i
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TBANSPOfiTATKS^
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)
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bythehour.324^600
*
B
iAIRS (2)
CAPTAIN, CHAIfl
tT ^ o S
brown.
J ib ie ^
ahape adjustaM
wUI swivel. Sil
$ 100Ma.
M 731.
Call 206-fl7»17:
CORDLESS
H
p jjs s
BET (3) Pam
Kx-T04oooe *
See/aiL 312-104
^
COUCHAHAn,
« . $360.
' Dmk « ctvir,
a k, $178.
S ;i‘?r5
wp.
o
DiyWall%>odaUA
needed?
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work. iTOodele,add>
tiooa. TotuR) matd>
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C om m ercial &
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Coveiias Ihe
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Mini-Ca«iaaR».
206-732-6618
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206-73M984
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4631
208-326-463
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T c m S a w y ir
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rooftrvt. licdui, coficnte.RnMTnl mninto
mince and trpuir.
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Coll Bob lnnurS[»oc
64 3 -eiH 4 2 0 ^ 8 3 0 1
PLANROOM
Advertising
iM rtlnn
j | | | Hollon Auci
20»-73M3222
22:
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c o N E r r R U c n c H 'i
T W IN F A L L S
LociUcvrtifi'
liflitlproK,
I jn n m q m u ig
lo the ' .
home owner.
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BuyorSell!
’-1712
(208) 467-171
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link, vinyl &bi.rl.
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K o re n ^ G e a a m g
—
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U
4O00/4S00 watt,
u se d one*. $42!
John a l 431-294;
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tIDER 4 mini scootSTRIDE
or.4-whool. purBsed for $2,300.
chns'x
I lol 90 Tor $1,800.
Usod
od twice. Warranty
.Indud.
Judod. 731-2562
c a ll c la s s ifle i
c l e a n u p
EA1H AND
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■ ■
WINCHE8TEF
CR
12
L/3 In. camo
gauge 2 HO
winchokes.
pump.
wl
boxes
ol
several
be
ju
case
shells,
guin
k d<e e o y sA
$225. Duck
$25.
huge carryV bog
1
35-0016.
Coll 208-735
I
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. Buhl-404-8113
KING
PILLOWTOP
$239., mattress
r
and
box set.
set. Never
iry 1warranty. C a n ,
Factory
»f. 208-420-6350
l ^ i i c i i i w
M]
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SET: 7
SE pf'OOOM
®
bed.
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Ir
stand,
dresser
nightstai
with mirror,
mlri chest. Still
d. Wonh
$4,000.
t»KOd.
'
iflce $1,499. Can
Sacrifice
»r. COII420.6350
dollvor.
1
I
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Whitnoy, lalr cond.
$300 or bost offer.
Call 208-539-5416.
-------------------------NTED TO BUY
ick walnuts needed
ir squlnel food. We
Aritl pick Ihom upl
“:all 208-543-6202
■
ELBERTAPeachea I
j : Peare. R aspberries
Famiors Corner '
202 S. Hwy. 27
Bufloy, 10
208-678-5130
il
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PIANO BaWwtn. oxcollent condilk>n. $ 1,200.
Call 208-316-2070 or
206-316-2080.
7 3 33-0931
ijjilE E |W
KJORS One 80t ol
commercial aluminum
S
doubio
doors. U&od
loilet and one laundry
">*
Sink
sink. Call 431-6528
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^
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Sweet com now ready.
Coll 733-7889,
g a . pumpe or
• •U tlonttem a.
® •op
V .„money
,
paid.
,ny208-866K3274.
I
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.
PIANO Baldwin baby
9™''^- ’' “'V ntoe.
$8.500.733-3905
tis e
To advert!
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$1,000,423^161
fiyrtshtJOOi.
Unlt^ KcaiurcSyndieite, Ine,
Ow
n
8KM
04
PLUTE Armstrong, student w/caue $350.
Call 208.a2S-42B6.
SEWING
MACHIN
PhaK,-like new, $ 2 «
Pool table. Bnjnswkd
would Uke lorontict Hobby WoLAf,mtU hin
K>'ouwou
n e
CLARINET Yamaha. In '
great shape. $200 ■pieces 3M-.2*. ratch.
Call
208-324-4876 ' el. extension & brookatter 6pm.___________ __' e rbar. 312-1931.
OOINOOUTOF
Ei
fam o u s brmnd name
ne
co H itetlct,c an diy
y
v m d in g m echtnee
n*
C a l 20M 78-2332.
_
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’ a o a Ik* new. Ui
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$4,100 M l $2.96!
Antique w agon whe<
J4J
b«)ch$76a. 423-444-
— I I
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RUQER now
! Bushnoa
0 0 . 50 cal
zzio teader.
120-2569
. S50. Call 420
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Martoi
Como Troasuro Hunt
TFFdifOOfunds
Sopt 17*(9am-5)
Sopt18'(10am -4>
Now doolors woniod
Call 312-4900
Evorymingfrom
luiliquoslo garago
ATV®
~
FOUR
WHEELERS
4X2 BlUtt Ortvos, 200
CC, S1,250 4 250C C
S1.850Newl366-7272
HONDA ’00 Rancher
350. oloct shift, rod,
runs
oxc..
13K,
$ 2.200/0tt0r 436-4700
HONDA -01 Rancher
350ES w/(Hoctric shift.
1250 miles. All now
liras. 1*0 now. S2.750.
Call 324-2490 Iv.m so
SUZUKI’05 K(r>g Oood
700 4X4, As now/trailor Qlso avBilobki. Colt
829-4200OT316-2401
YAMAHA '00 Grizzly
4X4. 1.700 orlglnni
miles. Onfy $4.5001
Coll 208-866-984S
•0 2
.X '04 125L. excelikfdon
miles,
S1.800
i . u firm. 324-7857
__________________
--------IZUKI '04 RM05 oxSUZUI
olloni cond., gripper
coUoi
f lo f .p ro f a p e rh a ^ e
soaf.
t>ars,
►'Ours
S240i
" S
mt ’condrtkjn,
mssthan 50
ISS
S«Mon Opener
''
Motoreydw
— — — —
* * * * * * * *
HONDA’Oa Shadow
Aco Ookjxo. 750CC.
with wiftdshtekJ ond
•3.750.
Colt 731-0054,
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
' *
HARLEY -ga Dyna
Wido GHdo, S10.500.
Mint condilion, 605
Sunbeam Or., MomIng Sun Subdivision.
TF. 208-431-3192.
HARLEY DAVIDSON
'9 7 Fai Boy. completely customized.
*93 Horttag* Sottall
completetycustomizoO. Musl se e to
approdatol
208-420-4730
ZUKI '81 RMX250
ro-clrco)l pipe, oxtra
Qddio tire. 51.000/
Mor, 208-438-8027
orr 208-431-8025.
201
ssr
MAHA '02Y Z426F,
YAMA
goo^
00^1 condrtkjn, tots Ol
xtras,
S3000/o((or,
extra!
all 200-539-5747
^
yam
a
MAHA
-04 H R L
, 3s low milos. exc.
26.
„ ond.
nd
$1,995, Coll
08-280-1405 or 7319^ w e or 734.8526.
e09
‘® g
Boats And
-
5»»0. «■»"'
A
A.
■ACcesMnes
® *V'*^:N E R '88 17-. Inoard/oulboord rrwlor
^
/feovor. $3,996 firm,
J4-9075 or 308-5710
BAYUi
YUNER -91 Classk:.
30
n in & oui board.
} ft.,
g.Oi..
OL. opon bow, blue
wMo. Iish & doplh
Ktor,
S5950/olfor,
c oall
llJJerry, 677-2762
______
BOAT
A T -84 16'. inboard/
jiboard. 120 hp„
OUltX)
mily skJ boat. I<sh
'family
idor. stereo. E ic.
irtdlUon - oxiras.
J.500
S3.
50 or bosi offer.
all 208-539-7461,
b 0AT5
ATS
(1) fiberglass
w/ol«
'electrta motor & (1)
lomo
rge V botlom wilh
illor.
$1.000/bolh,
Coll 2
- I ----UR WINNS '89 for
FOUR
. skiing
Iling or lishing, liSh
Klor. 17 lool opon
)w. 130 hp., 54,800,
all 200-731-0103,
j g rrsSt K
' IS'97 Soa Doo.
? son
,
tn iraiier
ono covs, oxtremoty cloan.
j^ io5000/Offer.
c
Call 206734.4
M-4930 ovonings
---------(2 )'9 3 4 W
J E TrSSKIS
)
750 » 1 Kawasakis. Supor
.r and
or Toutino Sport
with th trailer $4,000/
olfor.for. Call 736-4664,
HONDA W CRF 250X KLAM/
exc. cood., senncod
dueot
regularly.
Call
16> ft..
ft, 55 hp. Evin629-4200 or 31&-2401
rudo.
do. runs great, hos
— exiras
iras . Groat fishing
, tiros. Good c «cnta rX U
00/Offer.
an 208- '
^
bog suspension, long
bod.
130K,
runs
porfoct. $3,700, Coll
208-731-9181.
DODOE *94 Ca
Immaculale iH van.
oxc. cond,, runs
it
on
52.200, 206-420
Power
ABS,
FORD ‘94 A eroU
ig o o d ,
reliable. $1500
$1960.
Must solll Can
}. Must
t-4306.
90.
I
hsfo ',“7
I t
ROAQ 7 0 15'' g<
good CHEVY *03 Slivorado
condilion 5650/c
50/olfor
4x4, 1 ion dually. OuCall206-326-8633
633
-ramox. Allison trans.
= =
vory doon. 152K.
■'
ROCKWOOD '00
I
00 Ul$19,000,637-4999,
^
’traLllo. 25'. gr«
^ r r cflmwir a c. , h ^
o p T s!
CHEVY '68 New rebuilt
te
cond, 2K, sloops
rofrig.
366 motor, hoist, ionAC. hoat.
rofr
Sl'
heater, q
iwavo,
«om axle, 16' n. siool
ni5^
Tilcrowov
1 se el
bod. $3,500,423-5753
offer. Call
«-9 5 0 - Can (20
CHEVY 71 pickup 3S0
o ' 208-326
543-9091.
■I
rebuilt en ^n o , now
SPORTKIN(
hu Nl I
clutch. Dana 60 axles.
I ^ ^ IO ^ T m H SNOWBIRD'95 b7 r
"OW E d o i o ^ cartjua s »d. Sloops 4. WA, 28 foot, dou
rotor. $3000. Coll
206-423-5659
slidos. awning, A
S2.200.201
r
t
r
^
I
206-676-9192,
loaded. Usod vory
tie, SIS.SOO/pffor.
(
or. Call
CHEVY '89 1 ton wiih
V
t—
678-1658,
______
454. 114K. 52,800,
M o tO rH O I
0 lent
Oopendabfe
truck
STARCRAFT'OO
I
itoinod.
731-6073 or 326-5021
rrE cam oor
«>ll contain
.• areal « n d l"P
o«oHont c
c h e v y '91 Exlondod
”
uJn o
<l"‘on.
S7000/of
SSon
cab. 20K on now CorSM m S
Pord -67 Convors
Special.• 5
to tronny. rebuilt 350
van. 5750,679-401
W/60K. 2 - owner,
TRANS AM 776
6 5 - ' S5000 or bosi offer.
™
C/hoat,
Coll 208-312-1085.
vvhool, 19-. AC/h«
f
3 2‘? « 1 9
fotrigorator, sloops
56,000.32t
MM7
CH EW '93 Silv.todo
S2500A5lfor 436-40
---------- 1500. 4x4, OKI. cob.
d a M0 N '9 B
tv '
WILDERNESS '0M0..:26'. AC. AT. low package.
a a s s A .ia
Mips 6, Exc. cond. $6,000/
lid^ ^ a S ■
20K. slide
,
Stabilizer hilch.. M
Musl
offor. Call 733-0127
'o o r o
Coll
» « ' SU.OOO., C
generator
306.5902 =,733.6S
3-6973 CHEVY '96 1500 Z-71
caii zoa-:
350 AT, oxt cob.
Short
box.
77K.
74
motor
DODOE
S9.600.
homo, grtgrooi runne^
U tility T r a Ht eWn
C h e v y '96 1500 z-71,
*719448,
lAILER 350 AT. oxl, cab.
S^99^^ ’
^ T
BED TRAIL
^ bto *
14‘. ramp, tool
' Xol '
CMC '93 1500, 4x4.
iy p T m H
S1.600 or best
ug
Standard cab. long
'
Call 206-420-2569.
— —
box. 5 spd, 53.400
INTERSTATE
7-X
732-60991or 734-3600,
7-X12'
CMC '01 2500 HD,
(T, tan6.0, AT, crow cab.
ftTAB 'n i
ondosod Irailor,
t
niiTCH 8T
} down
short bo«, shell, 155K.
° S ^ m a r, « , 5 - C l
®
door.
519.500,
p AlNwn e SJT?,7
730
212-8401/731-5030.
iu B . 39K. 2
« 5 0 0 ,C |.1 4 2M
0 .«
quoon bod, TRIALER
CHAS!
lASSlS CHEVY '99 S-tO. long
(2), tandom axlos,
oxl
bod. rnWslzo. 90.650
J dryor, iilo,
saloUite and
cboico $700. Make
Mi
milos, good cond..
nmoni system,
inio car. ATV. snows«
AC. 5 speed. CO.
harger. diesol
mobile, utility or
la.
ir lond4WD. 58,500 Call
or.
sido-byscope Irailor. Cycle
Cy
731-5344 or 731-3061
sido refrlgi
frlgoralof with
Trailer 3 roil,, Well
V
- — ----------------<or. basement
Bum $400.420-585
Ice maker,
5653
Jg fjflflfW B flilM
many moro
Iroozer. n'
Perfoci
condi1001
options. P
e
5132.000/offor,
A V ia ttO ll
5 i 2 mB" 543-6675 or
206-308-04
1-0429
-■ —
— — — — - HANGERS (or i«
nnvrRNOP
IOR 7 3
2
loose, or salo. Stan
I V, bath, roq| $6.ooo & up. Go.
5934
‘"9 Airport 934.593.
carp*
irpel. S7000,
*
roll 431 -0588.
Ploaso
I Ckjth. lulty loaded, 4x4
$13,466
HOUDAYf IRAMBLER
Pndoi!
doavor. 44K,
O a t s l led
.5 .,
30 Ford, many
Advertlaera •
P R /i^ C A L
'
CM l«LU
s. great conBoon dock
Ploaso chock your
736^1.
ad for accurocy;yIhIho
re« t» y -S|M» .,500. 1995
Chei
»'tsl day il runs.
:all T w i n e s
The Tlmos-Nows'switi
w
. . ^ 45,
only bo tosponsibi
208-404-64
(or any orrors
r r r n — Z----sp o rte d on m e>firsi
firs
Itlon
aS
day ol pubiteatior
lany options,
Ploaso Call
I . , '; I yr ^Dakota tote
733-0931 oxl, 2
Ciolh. kjodod, 4x4. with
b 4X4. Can
'
custom whools.
106-420-5653
- |o o 2 $16,486
r nversion
or leo. PL.
Pi AC.
TV. low
rS,"®nlns«
9 over-
L
Usts for $1
chromo
asking $1700. 1
sonil 206-324-4
08-7656
toavo message.
19^ pm,
GMC '9 3 Convi
Van. AT, PW. PI
& '°a r. T\
i
£ g i s “" n o ^ ”d
S s rtU S I!
$4495/of(or. 308
doys. 423-6999^
“ V LX.
^ » _ _ Ji l y l ’ K.'
)
574-1246
iVlar[°"s45'ISSIi
D 'RR / 8 ^ c a l
^
C
®A R S A L E S
FORD '9 7 F250, 3/4 _____ 736-4461
Ion, V8, 4W0, lu n » ’ CADH
iDlLLAC '99 Esdiosel. ouoy wheols,
calac
alode, Kiadod, 100K.
PW.
AM/FM CO.
S191
19,900, Call 206164K,
511.900/Olfor
73,;.
31-5943___________
Coll 206-539-4661.
FORD ‘96 F-150. 5.4 f l P H
liter, oxt. cab, 100.001
milos. camper sholl, T l i a
rod. great cond.. runs - T S
IEVROLET'01
good. Coll 308-6604,
ohoo LT. 4 door. 3rd
aoi. loathor 4x4.
FORD '9 9 F-250. Uriseal.
mdod HTT2045. Only
01. 73,000 miles. Exc,
loadi
cond. 515.000/offor.
$20J
M j9 5 ^ ^ ^ ^
Mual Selll 404-8999.
■
FORD '99 F250 Ext.
^
cab. 4-or,. XLT Super _ ■
2-8099 or 734.3800.
Duty, powor stroke.
lurbo diosoi. Now lift. -------tiros, rims, fully load­
ed. 0 must soo, FIrsI
516.000 steals this. - A
206-731-6255,
•
^ O L E T T O B III.
GMC '0 0 ext cab. kjw
r Xtromo. 35,795
miles,
always
®
illos. KBB $16,986
garaged, one owne^
ow $15,968. #1747,
$15,500,
208-32406-324-3900 d ir. '
2724 or 324-4552.
12-2808.-------------- AT. loacJod. only
---------------- P "
$17,500
Fo.
'Q
g j
budgetburley.i
V -6.5
budgetbi
>0 >
U a< ^
I
67B-a874o«a00-S7<
je st AT,
87a-M74of{
Ily 4K.
DAI '03 Sante
W M f l-i ^
i
loaded. AT.
■ ■ [ ■ I M
y.com
I
ISUZU'9 4 1
Kolloy E
$6988. nc
iofeoo-&74-i2*a
323451A.
735-3900.
m
P ^ B 94
9 iT r o c a r 4x4.
Blue Book
. now $5,980.
NISSAN '05 Ouo!
574-1246
toaded. V6, only
ETTtNQ
0?
today.
s
oon,
.
■
676-8874 <yeOQ-S7<
I
BLEMSGET
FINANCING'
Call 733-1861 to
U tham 's
1-600-Car-Loo
^
IlililliM
PR ^n.
1010
------C A B *
CMC '86 dk)S0l, 4x4,
good cond,.'new tiros.
$3000, Call
2 0 » ‘*31-3474_______
GMC '9 2 2500 4WD
ptekup. oxl cob, short
bed. one owner, groal
cond $5590 734-2769
--------------------------------
’V I
^
tEVROLET '05 Traitlazor
LS.
Only
, 9,938
99;
mitos, Kolloy
Blue
Hue Book. $25,600,
now
ow 523.988 *1735
20808-735-3900. dtr.
736r. loodod.
A k>t
NO
Cl
mrt lor only
^
5 onthly
m
Coll 7M-1
,
1-600-C
iS ^ C A L
. spd„ AC. powers all.
NICE! $5,299,
IEVROLET’99
racker. 72,563 miles,
Aob
BB $8968.
now
6488.
#4131506.
ISUZU '8 6 pk:kup. Extended cab, AC. now
wtioels In very n e e
r
s
$2,450. Call 208-3120640. Dock).
_____ :______________
IMAZDA '8 4 4 cylinder.
5 spood, 25 mpg In
Ihe ctty, 51.695. Call
735-1425 or 420-0195
■
MrrSUBlSHI
«2
'
Eclipse GT. V6. powor
roof,
and
more,
» C 1 5 0 O n ly $ 1 2 ^ 2 7
PR/<^CA L
CARU l l l -
3 B
■
>-8099 or 734-3800.
732-8C
RD '00 Explorer
J^ LS,
S , V-6. AT. PW,
P'"L AC. tiWcruiso,
. slerO'
eroo. ABS brakos,
«4, soo to appcod4x4,
:o, $7595/0 ff0r. Call
ale.
)8-7658 days or
308-;
23-6999/5pm .
423-(
»*•
1______
'36-4461
a r ..n .
■
vm f
lEVY'04 Tahoo 4x4
4k tow pockogo.
imoto
737-9700 or 308-5002
'am
o start, oxcoliont
jndrtion
$27,990/
OMC '9 8 1500 Z71 otf
0^ffor call 306-6561 .
road. 4X4, extended -------RD
cab, 5.7 vortex engine FORD '0 0 Explorer Ed« Bauer.
AWD. V8,
auto. AC, powor seat,
die
I
/ery option. #T206.
mirror, Unt windows.
over)
3" door, low package.
Jusl
JSI in
1 510.999
56000,324-5392
). fully
^ _ H | | | | | H |),468.
||
R SALKS
iO C redit?
13-1661 today.
- I
■ ■
^
AWO.wh
736-4461
iZ o S .A
$286 m
a
* 6 fZ
PR A C
ca
R 9
. white. 34K.
tl
d. As low a s
'
^
23K.TV.DVD.I
Grand
loaded. $19,4
I door,
ise.. 30
p R f ^ c fmtios,
-0243.
i
PONTIAC '03 G
Am, whito, 4 «
AC. CO, cruise
mpg, 38,000 rr
Call 208-421 -o:
n eo.
'. roof,
sporty.
6-5002
B SA L^*'
35^ 3,
$22,956
■ ■ ■
W
ly ilja
y -fS H S ™
^32 6099 or
V -02 Sequoia
TOYOTA '
cnjisor. door,
A loaded.
ONLY
FORD
RD *02 Expod<tlon.
S ’
eMio
mk
Bauer, fuUy
or 420-672
loado
adod, wedgowood = ^ _ ; _ =
blue.
uo. 25K, 1 owner. H n H n
irago kept, $23,500. ■ 1 | | N |
)8-324-5327.
^ ■ | |—
| i ^ ^ '3 ° ° 0
R D _ 1 9 a __ E w k > r o i _ R ^ ''B [i®WO
good
jod corid.. & tires, I k
1060 735-8047
w miles. $ 12,000/
for. Call 436-4047
6721
.
power
all.
ftp
I
s
f0 4
737-9700 or 306-:
jrtiblo.
^
1. AT
17K.
I
y.com
,
CHRYSLER X
7 3 6 ^ 6 1 _________
Sobrmg,com,en.
i7*024a_J__
oditKJn. - I.,. I
732-8099 or 734-3600,
•
loaded, only 17
PROBLEMS
I
GETTINQ
$16,500
FINANCING?
budgetburley.c
Call 733-1881 today. '
Latham's
____ Whilo.fullyl
1-800-Car-Loan
wHeeis. I
•
TOYOTA '00 Tundra
■ ■5 ^ ^ H _ 6 7 6 -6 6 7 it.(X .fi0 0 -.£ 7 4
C •00 Yukon Donah,
SR5. 4x4. 12K. Indd
mher, super sharp.
_ _
Century shon. Hall38 5 23.070- now
P R A C
mark camper. All like
19,988
#137608A
C *" ■
now. M usl aacrince
)8-324-3900dh.
^3^
due
10
health,
Ules.
$26,500. For pack- . f ^ S
I
- 1 0 0 0 —illy toaded, 20'
__ ago>734-6370________
Ils. As low as
6
monthly.
TOYOTA
'66
ExI.
cab
DODGE'OaRamlSOO. '
4x4,
rare
AT.
newer
4x4, aulo. loaded,
paint, #C1423D. Only
Only $16,999.
S^C A L
1
|D O OQ E'O O SLT4x4.|
Regular cab, one
owner.
excellent
condtiion.PW/V>cks.
AM/FM siotao with
CD. Bodllner and
toolbox.
Runs
Gf®a"
o'*®'’
Call 206-539-2609,
^ mips
77
Corvvan
paint.
19 great.
20-0906
36-4461.
FORD '61 Bronco 4X4 ^ 9
HONDA
Hunlers'spoclalrebum
e ngine, vory reliable.
loaded,
D cB B t e
Som o body damage,
4 ton 350 V-8. doth,
5 ,9
51,3Q0/offor 404-3461
^
kMdod. nteo, As low
Kudoetbi
os
$395
monthly,
FORD '6 5 Bronco II.
«
4WD,
5
speed, ' ^
P
i< A c A L
$l,000/offor. Call 206PR
OAK U LR*
543-5674 (Jake)
A ’03 CRV EX.
k4 moonrool
FORD '66 Ext. cab. _____ 736-4461
----------------------------- HUMMER 1
4x4, 302 eng., camper
« l,on
ry, 25K.
I ly27K ,'
sholl. Standard trans ^ ■ S
S ’ 9-500
motailic.
'
$1700,206-734-2964
etburiey.com
chromo.
/
ston, 3- .
FORD '91
Ranger.
^ fom olo sU
. whilo, 5 spd. good - I B
MPQ. Ranger '85 | &
tofa00’^<-i24a
blue.
$1200 each.
'89 Ranger for parts
■ R '03H 2Luxumako offor, 431-4462
K. loathor. red
AWD. 6.800 actual
or 436-6215
AW
cond..
miles. 2 2 'custom
air susponFORD '9 3 F-150 XLT
^whools. $40,995.
extended cab. 4x4. air
. •
: ( ^ p ipe e ra A n d
,
jw e * ” '
p, 4,0L. 6 cyi..
ood. $6,668.
FORD 7 9 F-150 4x4, K K
high porformanco 400
motor. AT, now paint, ^ B i
extremely clean, runs
Slrong. 308-3789,
6
HONDA -05 CR -I
^ 1 ;,
F450. barety ndOen.
0 ’tl sp*i.
Auto Parts And
like new condition,
seadc
<»ol-240 DB. ________ t . .
with
Quickshot.
-oiI GTI,
(
Vofy won
f o r d 24'
24'. onty 3 IK.
*W vw »JO nW
W
MOOO. 280-1567 or
malnti
alntalnod. like now
200-5022.
onI yacht
va
0°®^ r v i m n c n ------ZH
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Club trailer..
lEADS
cond.. almost
HEAI
— 89.001
[^ ^ « n rC a « -2 0 e ^ -H ^ V sHONDA
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150
536-1:
351W -.
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Dreams
(2)
Irom q i/iI CENTURION
Ci
in
Fai- healing &6 lclop AC unil, 302 fiooOs co ch
vo.
wator
“ rxl ready to g o> $2
$200
Dad's Eslats; 1 Is
m Sp o rt •95 ski mterowavo.
complete. 1 ts 90%
Illation
relrioAreozer
0
Inslollatl
wt. 350 Chovy 5,7 healor. re(
h lh . S
available. 735-2218
completo. Has been
218
jr. 'oxcolioni cond. Trailer hitc
stored in bam for
c , 3.500.
3 g,
731-6733
Skirl. AM/F^
WHEELS an d 71RI
years. B0U1 onginos -------1
-----------------------------swivel seat!
\16
S ' avmlng,
'O' 0 Pord -OS F3‘
froe. Exlro Honda mo- TRAIL!
MLER
ft
1981 stovo. 16'
torArans unit from bigEDKC
)K 0 15' fiberglass, sleeps
£
280.060
ger cycle (350cc7> In75i hp
hp motor w/lube & extras, gree
eluded. S395 takas
skiI $3500.423-5322,
S3:
Ing, $14,{
M.600. Can looe .
all. 208-539-7375,
.
208-732-54
—
S e m ia A n d H a a v
.
THOR '96
fl Residency
^
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35' c i a is
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sikioB Q w p flia m -------------- outroonera'
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K 0' 0
afiof 2pm.
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de<
HONDA -83 OokMHng
pits;
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Interslalo
llOOOL
leloction-Ouallty—
^
down ramps, ol<
-Low Pricos- '
7 3 * - 2 \21 \eves.
v^
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>.{j
■
brakes,208-326-4l9
extras, toss lhan 26K.
201
206012-1525
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W O '92 31
, -------------------» A.
CONNECT
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7 9 Pick-up.
C lass
- 36 000
^
20& !^ 2- d S o . ^ ' CA W
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^
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ACAo
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ower. Please call
HONDA •M Shadow.
8-326-3708
CUSTOMERS
RS
O"®'- 208-.
IIOOcc looka groat.
^ 06-536-6570.
^ .^
:n
••WHO
NEED
runs
great,
over CARIBI
«BOU
■91 cab
* 0 7 '.=
S1000 In accetsorios
over.
I
er. length
11.5', u n
'• . t - m U T
45 mpg. S2,000/brter. , contoh
nlalned.
$3,500,
. IIW Wl lIII S S 1
SERVICE
670-8713 afterSpm.
call 2(
rs *91 6th
A d v trtlw In ttte
^
MPER KABIN 6 ft., w ttM l 29'
KAWASAKI -01KX125, KAMPE
w *
'enc. cond.. never
4 hydro
hyd jack, stove, new tires, n
en, k:e box. very
list $10,41
raced, one owr>er.
oven.
.2
» .. $500.324-2076.
$6.950. 208
SieOO. CaaS39-5431.
nk»
S
CHEVY •oe Aatrc
itro van,
AWD. 140K.^ ,rww
ond/Uon,
FO R D ‘01 Lariat. F-150
Super Crew, ExUas, f*<rm usl
seel
73K. — ^
$16.900.732-0786
3
Ml
a p
B
904.
M o to fc y c to
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6 ^
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JmJS.
,
DODOE ’93 Oakola, / Y M e m M m
4x4. AC, w/shell, runs r r r i
iRTB fits small truck
well, 150K, good tire.
rackets
Tacoma.
$4,250A>ffer.733-0632
:nug
lop, hMiner. " J " " ™
OODOE *«6 Ram 1500
c«ra
anopy, bertch seat
SLT. quadcab. 4x4.
cove
overs, hood dellecloolbox, lint wheels,
lor,
I
>r, hklden
hitch, rkle
$6000, 308-5902 or - me
te air shocks, enow
caWi
733-6973.__________
oblos; Make olfor or
a de for? 306-6219
FORD ’01 F-250 Crow
»fad<
cab. powor stroke, o „ ,
« r S pringe 1988-96
Hnrfltf>D 4
loodod, now lires/
CK 1500
” “c
whools/lranny. 36,000
j I:hovy/GMC
*'
70, Trailer h ubs.
^V<x>d.
warranty, $25,000/o(60, (208)308-9053
ftO ^
fer. 206-312-1085.
i
ie 4 ' 8
4 : 3 2
S i 1 I
15 .7
7 ‘5^3
9 - 1
9j
-7 5
2
9
100Q
w r^
;|D f ira s iiiiD .n in T
COACHMEN *97
1 ert
17 T
'■
traikir.
sleeps
M, rneS^ CHEVROLET'3 6 2 ton
■
furnace, rofrkfge,
mditlon.
ontlque ln)Ck with side
I rnew
condit
9-6561
dump beet bln. Ford
I
$3400/0ffor 306-65
---------'69 F500 dump truck.
- i -sCOLEMAN older
or ipop
Rood Ranger uans.
i
up trailer. 2 stoves,
slo\
misskih wtth two powworks. $600.- Coll
<
orlakeorfs,431-652e
i
I
j
208-733-0632,
ta itoni «. 10 Cummlna Engine
1
DUTCHMAN '98
Min bod
CPL 1224, high miles.
trailer, king/quoen
I
I
lip oui. refrlg.. fumi
wolor
P“" ’P- * comptossor
0
stovo.
hot
W
)
)0/offer
a*
com es wiih
o
healor, $3,500/ol
J t
!2
5 2 3 coramk: clutch, 10
____ ____ .
536-6404 or-^5
420-51
:------f l speed Fuller iransmlsHOUDAY RAMBL
UBUR
Slon & radiator $2000.
7 7 32'. PresWor
ikfontlal Call 208-260-0839
............. 7
'
‘
modol.
solf a
53000. Cosh “0 n il' m a r q u e s 7 7 2 Bxlo
064,
board puller. Call
Call 208-734-0084.
---------208-731-3865
KH- '00 Companion
lion 25'.
awning,
' 4
w/slklo, AC,
awn PJ '01 goownock trlr,
•orglass
Tandom axles, dual
~
microwovo, fiborgl
co n d
whools. 28' dock, w/5'
oxtorior. Esc. coi
hoavor tails,
fokl
Includes sway bars
bar &
>. 2206'>o«ri romps, oloct
hitch, $10,995.
bmkos. like now, CaH
733-1P03 or4 g•0-9994
0 -a
---------206-326-4109,
0
KIT '93 travel trailer,
Sitio”
* eyfir'Oor
I
It,, oxcolioni conditi
n la
loodOas ^<>rd, mounted on
groat floor plon,
V. EASY
’6-0667
Completoly ro#1
od, S 6 8 0 0 ,'676-0
built. S3000, Con 206Fill In the grid so that
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----------------731-5943
at every row, every colurh
, Q
LAYTON '83, 2-*
24 »-■
every 3x3 box contain
ains the digit? 1 through' 9
inditlon.
lO O e /
good
condit
O lv e d
S3500. Call 208-7
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“ •736:
T fu ck a ^
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8 9 5 0 o r 731-6415.
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ers, but nothing has to adi
a d d up t o
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19', self CHEVY '01 a e w LS;
anything else. You solve
sol the puzzle with reas
a s o n in g
comalnod. quoon
t
on bod.
2500 hd, exc.' condltion, loaded. Must
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$19.500.544-7599,
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>
737-9700 or 308-5002
IDODOE 'OS Lariatl
F1B0, 5,4 Ttlion
4x4, 18,901 m«es.
Leather.
power
bverything, 6 disc,
MP3, warranty to
100K. maintenance
package. Must go,
$29,500 260-5022
or 280-1567.
■
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1
KBB
■
R BALBS
vall
» ^81
----------—
732-8099
or 734-3600.
'01 Venture
10K. fully loadccellent cond.,
value $7800,
‘
.
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'q r I L L
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tall to, Doaj. B»*.
up. $700, Truck box
Beltertouill. $100. Call
for delaUs 320-1705.
"gT lB !
»d
96K actual mik
*2. 995e
jis
■poyr
c* h * a« }*put>736-4461
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m S S S ^ S i^ m
cards,
C l a i i i f l Mspied.
l
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di
5**? '----- I
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Require pre-pc
*1®ment prior to1 p
< C -96 Yukon SLT. I
owner. 51,<
hcation. Mate
1x4. 75.000 miles, I
« P | m^ i■ H H
credOftlebii cai
saded. oxtra clean
1 * K I |T b
'6 9 Grand C«r>
& cash accopt
ilO.500. Call 206luto. Only one
Check
737-9700$1,499.
or
processing over
1010
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101
1010
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lAQLE '92 Tolon. 5
spd..
spc powor oil. Funto
dri\ $3,495.
drivo!
^
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OoMHteh. 7310931
r37-9700 or 300-5002
737
( [ f p i
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.
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iMIs a must s»e1 Exiroinely wall cored tor.
Sorloui buyers onty.
S10.e00/ot(8f.
734730dor731-20S4-------------------------------DOOQE 'M Uoon SXT.
. 26-32 mpfl. tiko new
20.531 milos. loodod.
C on 208-423-4444
2
-•
A u to s __________^A u t o »
-»4 Talon DU
•»
Spon.. 5 apd. New
100K. 30 mpg.
tires. IOC
cond. $2,500 or
Exc. con
-
'i
r ^ n im
UNCOLN "U« Continantal. Full poVw.
ts. bluo
leather seats,
20~i434
S3000/onar 420
UNCOLN • » !Towncar
,
o w * . allleattier. all pow
24
Se990/ofler. C
Caa l l ^ -
■
■
*T"
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only 7027
= ■ ■rrtlblo,
. ;Kolley Bluo
$24,995. ' now.
ea.
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2oa-735^:
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FORO *03
sitvor/
14.7000 mllos.
r
OXC- eon
ollor. 208
208-67S-3866
‘
1010 •
•
^
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MAZDA'02 ProU
$13995
now
'40. Call
$12;98s! *1740
208-735-390Q.
<
D.dlr.
98 £320.
MERCEDES 9S
e
. 4 door Bodon,I, Silver,
s
disc CD. $10,980.
$1
.•
1 ovos,
i^ E B S I
FORD -91 IProbe, outo.
AC, GAS
GA
SAVEfll
S1.499.
9.
'ftT
' m e r c u r y i2 Grand
Morquls. 2 do<
loor. dopondoble tram
ansportaIlon, $700.326■6-S255.
t im
■02
-.
V-.
.
led, exc.
$13,000/ aovoa
mm
rMo,30B.S002
737-9700
i
'93 Mustonfl.
FORO -93
I
irtiblo, oulo. AC.'
NISSAN'03 Alllmo,
All
convortibi
cal trade
49S,
AT. loaded, local
4 cyl. $3 <
i
(liles,
5
»y.com
I
KS5P .ZBE
-93 Tourus outoIronsmlssion. oil
’. oil options.
littio car 4 gols
678-8874 er 800-57
-574-1248
^ ...
lit?,
NO Credi
dit?
I today,
-94 Tourus. AT.
Lotham'a
i's
.
3JOOI. good coni-SOO-Car-Lo,
$2100. Call ______________
20-0906
OLOSMOBILE
'87
jlso, air,
----------------------- Delta 88. cruls
good tiros, d e an .
l69S/otlor. 324’4-6693.
V
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c.„=7ssf'.;
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'
cloan. Runs Ilko
>3.495.
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uto. AC.
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Wr I
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3 Jimmy. Cloan.
V jU W M ^
3K1 Loolhor. AT.
V ’' / ' "
>8-5002
runs
areal. 737-9700 or 308/oltor. 733-0632 poNTIAC 91' LeMans,
Le
itlc, runs
’■
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<-dr.. automata
d ean.
oulo. 46,800
very
:oll
Excollont cond.,
s1.000
Co 206- • - -I
). 200-732-5770
420-1962.
---------------------- TOYOTA -01 (Camry • •CE. AT. air, cruise.
i
,^
CD.
low
miles,
S6650/oflor. 736
>36-3365 . .
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. w
3 A '0 2 Accord
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oof only
737-9700.
etbur1ey.com
FORD '’93J
moilc Iran
powor.
Cloan4«x600-574..24e
iim<
35mpg. 2i
FORD -94
runs gioo
diUon. S
20S-420-C
SefpfeimbesrJ
3A '02 Accord
AT, loadod,
.
:•!
■Ui
■ P V W ^ B
1
VOLVO'01 C-70,
Cconvortlt)le.»A
.MT,
loodod, leallx
$20,500.
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r
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•574-1248
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now seals, tuns
n sg o o d .
S3200/offef. 734
•34.7463
53
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,. .
.
I
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vohldo. make(0 sure
that iho litlo IsIs1In tho
name of the s«seller.
Undor Idaho m
I motor
!•
vohicio code
•dea
nol be
vohtelo conno
sow unless the
the title
737-9700 c
Is in the nonw
m ool
the seller
or
OMC '93 Jh
(exceplion; Idaho
Id.
onty 53KI
licensed
deal'
lalor),
AC,
ru
Tho seller shall
sh
S6500/olf(
provide Ihe iho
ho now
HONDAk '89
'01 Accord.
purchaser a signed
sK
door. roof,
QU CO. Q as
bill of sale sho'
howlng
$1,299.
Iho following:
miles. Exc
g; Full
S9,900.2(
of Iho
‘
ihlcle
tion
nounl
« ° .3 0 ..= 0 0 a
i “S
r i>ne(s)
,
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andadd.es*lo01flh o
er. •Rw
m a's car. must
ujst
be
.000 milos. Per.
»dand
condltkjn.
HONDA
tual
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lon*.
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buctgetbi
runnir>g grool,
pleaso contact
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local ossessclaor-*
ar corKlltfons. all
______ ^offtee.
work. 23 mpg,
B78'6874ori
B «S” ooiTdrtlOT.
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HONDA» . T oton -M.
travel trailer.
. 208-436-9490.
sunroof.'
S14
budgetbi
876-9874 or I
f li RX300. 4*4.
rfgatioo. loaded.
59K. $23,600
o tburtey.oom
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I
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yo
achlctcs
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I
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;w;s
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ond
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\lly mean
"Exercise can literally
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llj and
premanire death: betuve
\vecn //('•
Ing at home or in aJ n,
mming
I n g life o r
home; betu>een enj<^ng
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M il
y o u a n d a n o th e r p e rs o r
Y o u h laai v e t o
to
I ii
r e l y b n y o uj rr ss e l f
g e tt o u t o f p r e d l c a m ee nn t s .
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,
r v e kl e a r n e d h o w t o k e e
g fjg j
ir I t a n d n o t g i v e
— MacArthui
hurFoun*
dfltlon R e p o ito n Fltne
tn e sso n d
Aging
up
-W iley Dobbs, Twin
«ln Falls
superintendent of scl
schools
' 'Slaying active bccomcs
mes more
•
.
im ponant than ever durii
luring the____________ __ _ Z
sccond half of life. WI
k ivas
A/ltat
\
once considered to beB"n
"nonnal
wc now know m
ma'
ay have
scdeniary
more to do with a sedi
lifestyle tlian it docs witli
wii du­
actual agingprocess.
The bcneflcial elfccill oolf regular physical acilvity/ is well
..
grounded In research evidence.
evi<
Unfortunately, nearlyy hli alf o f
fl ■
the adults over age 50
I Ihis
>0 In
country, according lo* tlic
tli U.S.
D epartm ent o f Healili
alih and
lol panic-.
1lum an Services, do iiol
|
ipaie in any leisure
5urc-time
physical activity at all.
’entUe ■
hpi
way’
IL L
Jan
Residents take
up judo for
ifidence, fitiK
ness
coni
Lon
id competitio
’' I
sucli as
Exercise programs,. su
CSl's Over 60 and Getti
siting III
1
program in partnership
ihip wiili
area schools and rccnutic
ation dbf
tricts, becom e partic
'• 5 '
im ponanl in reversing
trend.
The Over 60 program
n c\
evolved
o ri/*
over a quarter of a centui
ilu ry in to
d lK
1 ^^^
./V
laboraloan Informal, indm ate lab
ry shovbdng snapshoi
•hois of
significant positive cli
cim nps
By Matt Chr
Christensen
that occtir w ith regular, it
Tlmw^l«w«
w« writer_____________________
ate physical activity
supporthnj soda! environ
iranmcm.
I-ALLS — A half d w e n barcfo
As an instructor in tlioi
dressed In
nV
while robes an d p a n u , a re toss
each
m m . I have learned far
)und a mat-covered floor. Grin
I
ip Ihe
from m y students than
ti
“illieyvc
n v isl.n n dJ /ihi-yah!— llazed o p poncnis lan with a
learned from me.
■thunderous
)us Slap. Tlien com cs m e lieadloci
Uock.
Here's a sanw ling of so
ne to judo.
o iU r m
Wclcome
those lessons from ihee Over
O
60
Magic Val
Valley rcsidenis have been hiirll
iiirltng
crowd:
do-style slncc th e first IW inI Fi
Falls doio
•1 have learned th a■
t...'
■ •7 7
in I960. Today, m ore tlian 100
K) aarea ToIks
tell m e a person^ age, and
'■
pracllcdlie
tlielr A to - im a ? (throwing lechiv
chiiiqiics) in
ing else, you have toi
tlie ColTcgc of S outhem Idalio.
10. S
Some are H H M H M I
n o th in g ' according lo o
ced black belts who've proven UieirskilLsin
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;
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jirtlliD to i
I
C hronol(^cal age is not
:tlee at the College of SouthemI
hrowi Mark Fisher to the grounc
und during a recent Judo practlcc
rs are
oihers
i kids Mac Burrows thn
L caam
i m o r e ...
instrum ent to measuree aain indiw anting
ing
to
Idaho..
svidualls aging proccss. Anactive
An
JudofefB*i
Beglniwn
r o u g?hh- - h o u s e ■
70-year-old m ay have the
thefuneNowthfougr
lugh Dec. 8
w ithout
oung)ui getting
tangible titan Boy
Be Scouts or church."
Is o n e o f the safest sp o n s for yoi
Medicine, ju d o iso
tional age o f som eone; in his o r
6:30-7:30
p
0 p.m..
Tuesdays ond
busted
b Mom.
d by
I’T iilosophy aside,
ai
judo is a lilgli-energy.
y. \violent sters.
her fifdes. In general.
ll. |people
Thursdays
vs
h 's foi
exis' uncle got her invoh/ed as aaw ay
for everyspon. A judoI nia(cli
n
i-s w on by scoring one
ne point.
Kicsig says Alexi!
w ho exercise regularly
irly have
college )f
of Soulhern
S
Idaho
one. says
sa'
;t and
local
securing a pin
< foreing im opponent lui si
self-cbnfldcnce, leam respect
II or
submil. for her to gain sel
lower functional ages tlian
tluu peo*
Reglstrotlon
lion: $40
sensei
a
•i and
judo
Half and quartei
lation. Alexis says she practiccssju
j do
te r points ore accum ulated b>'
i
t)>'diro\vacquire coordinotii
pie who remain sM cntar
luuyw ilh
Uniformfental:
feni $15
p ir u Hryan
Hry
Mating an opponer
leni. Submissions ore w on by
liy choke becausc U’s fun.
the sam e chionolodcal
J yt
years.
ConiocL Sensei
Sei
Bryan Motsuosuoka,
part is doing tlie pins," she says.
I, b u t it
holcLs o r annloc!
acks.
"My favorite pari
• I have learned tlu t
ka. 732-64
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inounced
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cSI Commui
munity Educalion
tliins differoni
difI
for
"gee") — judoI m
n ore resembles A m erican w
Mac Burrows. A student att CSI.
i
r
wrestling
'le ic s such a s Ma
senior m aster athlete can m ake
cenier, 732-6288
73:
ea ch pperson.
en
Is weight class in th e 2002 Junior
orNa"M e
tlian od ie r m uti^o
a n rts.
BurrowsM-onhisw
astounding progress In
in fl
fitness^il sses «lcome
«l
ju d o and
on learn
Bui d on’t exp
>nships, and diere’s talk in th eedojo
(
iqpect to wring anyone's neck
;k <
on tlie lional Q iam pionsl
related p u n u its. And it
It a{
appears
1 _ _ _ _
un.
efcnsc. selffirst day o f prac
im cday m ake th e Olympic tearr
oist must dial h e could some
actice. Maisuoka says a judois
lid loreap
tlu t one is never to o old
i
d l s cc iifp I i n e .
ugh. h e concentrates on te aidling
d
m aster h ow to
|
Ig ito toss
l« r now thougl
3 properly
fall before learning
somcbeneflL
fimess, m ental toughness an dIres
respect.
o r choke someone.
eo
atsuoka can't m ake il to pracd
cdces.
judo. W hen M atsi
• I have learned tlia l... i
lowever, won't leach you how tooiw
{k u n d d ie
"Siifety is the
i
interim
senseL
e
priority,"
said
Vicki
Kleslg.
wl;
whose
9Burrows
serves
as
1
die of your last-t\vitch f
ing your lunch money. Judo m
meeans "die year-olu grant
asi week. Burrov'fl— wearing a blue
I
n s xsith
A la practice last
inddau{^iter. Alexis, trains
fibers pack their bags anc
ay. It’s primary purpose, as defm
efmed by its
M aisuoka. '‘I enjoy
ei
ip o< f CSI students taking judoo a; s a
waiching. Ilie r e are} times
ti
I gi' — led a group
o n perm anent vacatior
is personal development,
worry sh e migl:
ind*a*
tion credit. He nm the hour-am
gill gel hun, but Br>’on is ad
adam ant physical educatlor
benefits of physical activit
M ty m m
focuses on discipline, responsll;
nslbiliiy, rcabom safety."
•
se
o
captain
n
m
s
a
ship.
iiolf
session
like
a
s
take k)nger to achieve oi
1 inicgrity,' Matsuoka says. "And
jid ii's m ore
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of Spons
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ity of life’ m anagem ent
• I have learned that;., a
cd group o f people wi
l o w ^ similar goals spin
M
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islons for
The Wathlncton Post
Po
a dded anothe;
ither S104 million In
th a n KW
i; Napoleon D ynamite
successfiJ ag in s vohtntea
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produc
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mitments in scnools, coui
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aren’t.avoiloblt
able. Napoleon w ear
a 519
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Mom Goes to Col- . {
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m
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— th e T-shirts,
ins, sweatshirts, knit
lege’ TT-frin there, o r a S2.99_ >
event. enrbIlmmrinolhcr<
tops, u n d 5n\'car,
cm t
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etc. — have
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dasses, new sodal conne
nnectkins,
back o fa school1bus.
b i A younger
becom e thee sutingest
st
selling li- • for sdn
diool. T he store's Web site
iIMnfpen
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a fi
kid sealed acros
ross the aisle
censed produ
aducts In the teens'
sellsNapoleon
No
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m ongtto
• 1 have learned t hma t .... you
cntly.
an d boys' mas;
w atches him intern
nass morkctpbce.
magnet
lets, air fresheners, posi/C H E C K O U T ^
M hte p trtd
a m have pains, b u t you don't
"What arc )u
youM ing 10 do
cards,
A n d a stujruiing
ru i array o f otlier
>, pins, trucker hats.
/
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have to be one. You can
r uster
jMfflm
mm
today. Napoleon?"
x:essorics and novelwrisiba
1? ' nc says'in a
licensed acces
bands, fleece throws,
jf
up a hearty l a u ^ a helping
h
monotone.
ty productss ar
are available or o n
posters
.•rs. bookm arks, stickers.
\
pokonDr
hOpChUh and a n d a spark of' ho
NI a p o le o n ’s
tn e way, indu
id u d in g bed Uncns.
Iceycha
lialns, shoelaces, \vristness in the donees! o f mor
uom enis.
d
r
d r o o p e d -lip
backpacks,
ic bags. Velcro
:. loic
ban ds sand
i lip gloss — all lifted .
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rec
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m sh e s
wallets, calend
endars. lamps, lunch
from scenes
s<
or inspired by its ■ ^
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every a m w e a rc cons
wfth m clodraboxes, flip*Do
(•flops, a n d playing
oddly
f
f funny
caichphrases thot
reinventuig o u r lives. At cveiy
m atic
teen-gei
are nw
geek
angst:
cards,
ra'T-eMrts
low the doily retorts a n d
age we tell o u r life story
ry ir
ln a d if.
•'WhaievcrlfeelUki
like I w anna do!
'I t is a tcsiar
siament to tlie povkrer
subcult
Lilture code o f fans,
ferent way. T h e past
ast often
Goslil*
o f fa n s o n d1to
to hitting a nerve in .
Just
b
t backfrom
tlieMAGICapHBW Ofpredicts b u t doesn't dete
leterm ine
Ever sin ce tie
theoulrky flick
p op culture,’
re,’ says EUc Dckcl.
parcl show
s
in Las Vegas this
our potential for happinc
liness.
ab o u t a n Idaho
vsvek.
:
lO high school
cxecutivc vicc
vicc president o f li.. Dckcl
says the annual
And it^ never too laie
w d lk e n e e d
le tito get a
dvreeb emergedIlast
laj sum m er as
censipg a nidd merchandising
r
at
fashion
an trade sliow was abuzz
fresh sta rt
one o f the strange
ngest and most
20th C entury
1 the djstnbutry Fox.
over tlie
lli plienoinenori. T h e y
to d t,
unexpected bloc
are uU
|
lockbusiers in
tor. “T his film
fill continues to
11 getting
reorders a n d tlie
potM nD f
The'O ver 60 a n d Gettl
letting Fit
years. "Napoleon
o n D ynamite”
rcsonalc and
i stronger over
nd get
retailer
ers ore looking for m ore
P r o f ^ Stans todayI in ^ t
stan ed doing just
a n d me
ust thai in the
dmc.'’
nore product." h e says.
4mHm
locadons: a t 9 a m at CS:
C S I,I^er
marketplace
A4iatevcr it feels
T he retail
c
ill onslaught
began
’ ItwiO
w nave a nicc llltle run
Elementary, Jerom e Reer
Eecreatlon
like it w ants to do!
<
loIGoshl
niodestlykstC
M I lN ie r
utO ctober,V i^cnthc
o n din
.inall llkellliood. u-ill have a
’ Center, the o ld Shoshom
loncH igh
From th e no\^
till catching
on. O ne
sliort life
li until tlie next slightly
io\v-ubiquitous
Qlm was still
t
tacM*'
School gym. The Id a h10o School
!
"VbteforPedro"T*s
T-shirts lo hunsim ple T-shirt
hlrt design — "Wale
off-kilic
liter thing com es'around.
M lU lM .
for the
an d th e Blin
Jllndgym
dreds of, othei
h e r new o r
forPedro’ —w
— wen to n salca tH o t
saysMartin
M<
B rodustela a n edlin G ooding Rupert Civic
:M c Censoon-to-be-releasi
!oscd lic cru e d ' Ib p ic , a mall-based
all-l
rctall chain > toriolI d lrcaor of the Licensing
te r and Blaine County
[y g^
in
products. “Napol
r. a executive new sletter
poleon DynaIn 50 states
ti specializes in
s thai
Letter,
Hailey, at lO-JO a t Buhl
luhl High
mite’ is suddenly
niy an oddball
appaicl. acces
xessories a nd m usic
covcrin
ln g the consum er licens- ■
the CSI
leader in back-to-»
School and'l\iesdoy at tl
D-school sales.
for teens. Sinn
Ince then, a half-miling bus
usincss.
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^r
for
»r Pi
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B ut t\vKy
'
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11:30 a.m . For m ore inf
infomwthe cult hit grosse
le d
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d
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b een shipped.
a deddedly unlilp ■
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)08
Im age
irs using
Researcher
ISto search
brain scans
»fAlzheimerr’s
for hints of
at
3
Injuries mountt among young
The Smnford Advocate
is a defensive back
Frank Glanclioita was
gIrS
for the Ga-emvich Higlt
■ c h o o l foolball
ist fall
icam In Connecticut last
f w hen Ije tore
iis iright shoulder.
the anterior labrum in his
h o p ^ is t. w ho took
He consulted an o nhor
ided im m ediate suron MIU and rcconunenclct
,e to
^ Q anchelia. 17, cliosc
tc finish the sea-
2ase, algresslon o f th e dlseai
though th e re are several
5
ies diat '
prom ising approaches
nd odiers
no\vare,beingtestedand
cxthat are
ai
pected
:d ■ to
I jclinical
elieved
that
the
'
"
»?'
p ' ‘’“, “" It is beli
In the
show ing signs
future,
that
of A lzheim er's
b f a i n pathology
D£
at creatcs
disease.
^
p;doctors
■She was leads to Alzheimer’s Jj}' prospcct
stardng to expe­
ig
the
as many
rience m em ory
m a V begin
DC
y to tell
loss," Aspuro re­
niimbers
before
iMBem
called. “T hey
aS 2 0 years
)
op!e diey
•'
o f peon
w ere su rprised
I tiie early
)toms appear m
sh e still w as
syiTlptOI
,
s la e essot fa d ls teaching. .But
,
ig
regions,
such
ai>im
g and
she was a very
D f^ n H
ly disease .
°
.
deadly
I n .te lllg e n t
ihal Isis Incurwom an,
and
OS tllC hippocampus,
n
she
,
sl used h er Injw e v e r,
cialin
non
te lllg en c e-a s a
W niCchiscm
tl
JJ
the hhiope is
Drming
new
diat as potenT v » ;
forr
new
a disease w on
die
tiierap
ipies beout
“memories.
1'
01 and at age
•
c 0) m e
62 her m odicr.
able,
diey
avoilab
Acacia Aspuro,
ih a d to leave h er teaching■jol
job, will be developed m ore quickly
ffcause of
and economically beci
She died in 1993 a t age 69.
ices witli
the diagnostic advanci
So w hen University of WlsWl;
cklioltz, a
:liers imaging, said Nell Buck
consln-M adlson researcliei
itional Inwl
to
branch
chief
at
die
Natli
asked Aspuro If she wanted t
^
iglng stitute o f Aging, p a•rt
n o f the
take p a n In a brain Imaglr
‘
aged National Institutes o f Healdi.
He
study
Involving mlddlu-age
people w h o se parents had
ha
•;
heslAlzlielmer's, she did not hes
tate.
•
Aspuro, 46. o f Madison,, was
\w
one of 122 people from Wlscoi
scon*
r/g H M S T O H H l!
lonal
sin w ho undcr^vent funcdon
„
iglng.
magnetic resonance Im a^n
"
o r fMRl, a s p a n o f a study
d<
ydc*
,
tages
signed to fm d die earliest stagi
^
o f brain changes d iat m ayHead
lej
°
to Alzheimer's disease.
•cotiste
iiflh t a n d d a rk c hoc(
*'
"Tliey a rc all healdiy adulu
£■
cornel. $$ v a ” .
said lead au d io r Sterling )ohi
®
son. an assistant professor
;or of
V -t
^
m edicine at d ie University
Ity of
iighfVjnd chocokM e
T
W isconsin w ho also works
th e Veterans Affairs Hospital
,alf of
s q u o to a
..
I§i7 .^
Madison. “It’s just diat half
w ith
> ,7
/
^them h av e parents wi
Alzheimer’s disease."
ocolote I
«^dis.
Having a p arent widi die
di
jlstn. or..';
case doim les a person’s risk.
c o e o ty ^ r o r s ^
It is believed that the brain
bra
p athology th a t leads
[
A lzheim er’s m ay begin
m any as 20 years before sym
,
ons,
c w ^ d a lm o n d boi
tom
s ap p e a r In brain rc ^^o
i
‘
' S'"
su ch as th e hippocamnpus,
pi
*
w hich is cru c ial m formli
new m em ories.
A round th e country, t
searehers a rc using the latest
lati
^ — - ^ n n tC f l^ l
•
advances in Imaging toI peer
pt
[
irst afinto brain areas diat are first;
}
fected by Alzheimer's.
Al the m om ent, diere aire
r c no
:
309 H J i w S s ^ •?:
■ w 9-7w l^
therapies th a t c an halt diecpro*
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aU T A R ^ [OMi»»lo»wi-ci06a)i
‘
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
II H I
MILWAUKEE — Maytee AsAs
okee
puro's m other was a Mllwaukei
high
.school
teacher who. at
J ll^
was just som ething 1 1 | K f t ’
"Itliouglit (tlte pain)\\-a.s
J. "I
T r i
could iiandie,” lie said.
" w ould have it
^s. I thou g h t somewTappcd diiriiiB games.
IUt I1 didn't wunt it to
tiling could be wrong but
. IC T
end my season or rugbyydnU
(ii iesprinigj."
plans were affected
1 '
Gianchettas rugby plai
slocated th e . same
anyw ay when he disloc
■ D a fl'
hool year. I Ie landed
shoulder later in tlie sciioo
k.'tlii. iui orthopedic P S l j
at the officc of I’aul Sctli
m edicine specialist
'
surgeon and sports inei
L‘uro.surgery Specuilwith Orthopaedic & Neun
ists in Greenwich.
anclietta's strong deSctlii took note of Gionc
that sh tin g out die
I .
sire to play and the f a a1 tli
lim o fa chan cc to try
season woiild deprive liiin
out for US/\ Rugby's natio
na n al under-19
ic
---------- team, nnd he told Gianchch e tta th a th e c o u ld n d T ^ H i^ ^ lc ln e l^ la lls trwWith
l c au tio ns th a t Chil-.......Sethi, Is an o rth o p tic lurgeon aand
:ontinued to rehabll- Paul S«tl
play as long os he also con
tike pros, should be
tl, vid
t
wht) actively participate (n aporti,
i tn some cases appear to3 train
Sethi also dren win
Itate tmd strcngtiien hiss shoulder.
sh
ilbly and a n overuse Injury,
natlc Injury can b« treated sensib
h e an ild carefully
ully monitored so an acute traumatl
offered llie teenager uJ warning:
w
p
sustain funlter damagee if h e dislocated hLs
« prevented altogether,
shoulder. •
iuch younger age." he said.
an d starting at a mui
ov
liat season a s he nor- ii'juryy can
ci Ik* treated sensibly jmd an11ovvru.se
Gianchctta trained tlint
natters furdier is the parComplicating ma
vcan Ik* prevented allogetlier,
M ting in u p to six muiryca
mally would, participati
bllity children have to
larripitchticular susceptibil
t n ic
c vWilliams is an l8-year-old sta
practices a week for u pI to diree hours a day
com pared to older
Wcsdiill
overuse injuries when
wl
iiost recently for Stamford's Wt
ery day anotiier two -or. mos
“1 would \s-ork out every
sum m er
adiletes.
School
varsity
ba.seball
and
sur
raining,'he
says.
hours, mostly wright-train
Ls not designed to
M. aa liga“T he hody of na child
c
tar Leagues. In d ie spring 2004.
is sl
shoulder twice be^Ml-Star
And h e dislocated his
itrcss,"
Sedii says. “Kids'
save
out.
take
repetitive
stn
t In his riglit eibovv sudtlenly gave
:nded.
fore tlie rugby season end
lall-adult bodies."
bodies are not smal
at lune.
Wiiliains iiad surgery to repair
i
Ing, G ianchctta is re1
• His a n n now in a sling,
llie ends o f dieir joints arc
Adds Miclieli: “lli
ilniu collateral ligiunent. llie(surgery,
su
covering from a lune 3300 !surgery, diligently tht’ uln:
an d m ore vulneragrowing. They are; softer
si
inonly know n a s Tommy JohnI surgery,
su
>ilitation schedule in coinrno
attending to his rehabiliti
growdi plates that
ole to Injury. T h e:yyhave
!
ed alter die former Dodgeres pitcher
pi
ber tryouts.
named
aniicipadbn of December
id tliey, often in the course
.-dure, recon be injured and
shes him self as hard who was
wa die first to have the procedui
* Tliat Gianchctta jiushe:
with a
o f development, arc
an going througli periods
;s the
ligam ent b e re fla te d;1 w
rom m on, Sedii says, quires
i
as he does is not uncom
lance, panicularly during
ody. USUo f muscle imbolor
on from a n o d ier part of tlie liody
ing
tendon
and it points to a p iw in
g tren d In onhopegrow th spurts, w
wlhich can increase th e
he
mtil recently was tlie
u’<-’foreium. ham string or wristL
die intervention mat until
o ini iu c y oil iat the
chance ofovcruse
day. Williams is about to enroll
warrior, professional
I'Hdaj
province of weekend-wai
iiry be avoided?
.
‘
ry
I*oint
So
how
can
injury
■ersity o f C onnecticut at Avery
tes.
Univers
and college-level atiiietes.
"Play It Safe" isi a spons safety cam palm
Is Ifully recovered. He played bxseball
ba;
dian s o a surgeries a and is
~]'d-say 1 do more diai
Academy o f O nhopaealc
by th e American A
re oc n kids under 21." la s ^inring
ir i with a brace,
year but at least half are
liatricOrtliopaedic Society
iiong
illioms' injury is classified am
or or- Surgeons and Pcdia
he says.
;o
a
rising
o
f
North America,I. It
li advocates that children
ledists
as
an
overuse
injury,
also
:tor o f ten n is at Kings tliopedi
Faycal Rhazali.diwetor
ysical
condidon to play a
letes.
be in proper physi
lonieiion am ong younger adilete
n Darien.
Conn.. says phunon
Highway Tennis Club in
D
iwand abide by die rules o f
sport, should know
iveruse injuries a re the result of repetin
be attrib u ted to the
"Ovei
the rise in injury could1 be
ropriate gear, know how to
epetitive
a
spon.
wear
appro
activity
in
w
hat
we
call
repe
sfessional
sports
and
tive
ac
excitement behind profes
ipm ent, w arm un before
overhand use adiletic equipi
otraiima. such as repetitive ovei
niicrotr
its reigning stars.
ys avoid playing \vnen very
n d 's a y s
playing and always
rting or running o n the ground.'
in't dream o f \ictory tliro\%ir
VVho, he asks, doesn't
dred o r in pain.
Miclieli, director o f the sports medicine
met
□ rcoun?
and glory on tlie field or
c
cthi.youngadiletesshould
Boston
According to Sed
iion at CJiildrcn's , Hospital inII D
Sedii says, are sup- divisior
/\nd tnose drtam s. Sei
re aso n conditioning re^*
IS cof die ' also follo\v a presc
co-author w idi Mark lenkins
ported by a culture t hlat
a t :stronw y endorses and co
;on core body s u ts n ^ i and
\thletes."
m en diat focusesoi
ins Medicine Bible for Young Athl
"Sports
pushing through pain.
usually
a season r e ^ e nn that supports the spon,
im o n g p aren ts a n d
Tliele c om m on denom inator iss u;
"The perception amc
inique an u schedules rest
■training, usually too m uch over
ovc too uses correct teclin:
ut ith e h ard uainlng, overtra:
coaches is that without
periods to avoid overuse.
ov
t a time.
(other competitors)." short
you will fall behind (otli
lot is w atching the rate of
rtraining.
"Most imponani
u t o f w hat coiisthutes overtra
assistant team physi• I’art
says Sethi, a fonner assL
raining
an d d ie total volsport
diat
progression
o
f
trai
ti
says,
is
an
em
phasis
on
onc
spo
.•s Dodgers,
d ie Lakers Setlii s;
cian for the Los Angeles
D
,"
suvss o n u m e of training," Michcll says. "We have
i.'iksltaies repeated ihodon a n dI sui
California nccessl
and the University off SouQiem
Sc
w hat wc call the• 110 perccnt rule, which is
:lfic parts of th e body,
spc-clfK
football team.
not increase their volume
says Brad d ie child should m
“li'st's related to specializing." says
Many may w o n d e r whhal tlie problem is
lO percentaw eek-So
ireenwich o f training more dian
di
lace, wTcsding coach for Greei
tfone
At a d m t w h e n everyo
n is talking about Wallaci
ralMiddle
ifd ic ch ild ru n s2»0
0 m inutes, three times per
ll and a m adi teacher at Central
^
c h ild lio o d obesity, aI h
l»ealthy interest in llig lia
irobably safely run 22 niinicipate in week, diey can pro
oot in Greenwich. "Kids particip
'ood diing, even with School
sp o r t se e m s to b e a goo(
week, die following
|
coi m h- utes. diree timess per
ury.
<el team s an d d ie year-round. com
the p o ssib le risk o f Injury
still m ust m ake sure diat
week." But diey st
Its diat go widi diat."
•ce Ifootball playtr and ments
Setlii. a form er collew
ace is not too hard and diat
IS growing
Oictrainingsurf^aci
;tlii. 3^. s;dd that when he was
gr
Setlii
WTCStler. w tjuld ogiw. b
b uu t he cautions tliat
;
proper
shoes, have proper
artidpatcin5pons.and up, itit \was com m on for kids to play diree they are wearing pi
----chiklrcnvvlioacih'cly panic
lin ln g an d u sep ro p crtcch rts, one for eacli season. "Now you see all' coaching and train
in some cases appear to0 train
tn like pros, sliould snorts,
one spon nique.
be carefully monitored1so a n acute traumatic tlieseA-kkids playing and training for ont
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S tenberg -Y OUNG
ol
nd Natalie
■ALBION — lohn and
Utali. an. Stenberg of Plain Qt)-.; Ut
nouncti the engagement of
i dieir
Stenberg.
daughter. Ktistalyn N. Sn
to Benjamin 1. Young, son
sor o f Lam om andPam Y oungof/
of Albion.
m d u a te
Stenberg is a 2003 grad
)1 iiin Plain .
Fremont H i^i School
attending
aty . She is currently’ ati
where
Utah State University, wh
Tian devclis studying family-humar
opment.
Taduate o f
Young is a 2001 grad
ic sserved a
Declo High School. He
two-year mission in Sao Paulo,
led at U tah
B r ^ . He L<ialso enrolled
)ring in inState University, majorinj
css.
temational agri-business.
lanned for
The wedding is plant
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and
Benjamin1 Y
o
Stenberg
Krlitalyn1 St
Utah. A
Friday. Sept. 16. in Logan.
I
onor die couple
iccepdon to hom
urday. Sept. 17. at
will oe held Sfiturd
ence in Albion. A
the Young resicienc
>n vuiU be held die
sccond reception
following weelc in I
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i
M
Im a g e
Y our g u id e
t o> life
in M agi) ic V a lles y
Caregi^iver sup)port grcoup willImeet
T he Carcglvlng Sup
Support
Group vviU mcvi from 1I to 2:30
p.m. today at th e Offlci
dice o n
Aging A nnex building,
lg , 098
Washington Sl. N„ TVvinI Fa!
Falls.
T he su p p o rt ’ g ro u p) is
i: for
.tliosc w ho corc for sick,
.obled o r elderly fa
^
m em bers o r friends.
- Shcny Cann, s u p p onn group
g
facilitator, will contin u„ ee - T h e
fW!vw hiph
Comfort of Home* series
will provide Insight a n dd Sti ? w
corc^vcrs In caring for aafam
fi llv
-member o r &icna in aa hIo m e
netting.
For m orc Inform ation
.the Offlce of A ^ g ’s Info
tion and Assistance Progn
736-2122 or (800) 574-865(
fie fre sh e r c o u rse
, A childblrtli refresher
;r .0
course
ivill be offered from 6:30
5:30 to 9
p.m, 'Ibesday in the lobby
lob
at
Maj^c Volley R c^onal Mi
Medical
Center’s Downtpwn Car
C am pus.
'6G0 Shoshone S t E .lW/in
ln IFalls.
T he class is for those
ose w ho
have previously tak en (
b irth
classes.
Chile
h lld b irth
preparation an d p ro c e
will be reviewed, along v
'video tour of the W omen
.Inf^ant Center.
lc
Cost Is $20. Prc-rcgisuai
.required, l b register, coll
31-18.
‘B a b y a n d M e ’
,
St. Benedicts Familyr Medical
M
■'Center will offer “Baby’ an d Me"
1:30 a.m .
iclassesfrom 1 0 3 0 to ll:3i
h Educa:l\iesdays at die Healtli
£
^io n Ccntcr, 115 FifthI M
Ave. W..
.Jerome. This week’s topic)
)lc w illb c
"Safety At Home."
)a re n tso fTlie session is for pare
children from I n f a n ^r th
thraugh
•toddler years.
T he class is free. For m<
m o re in' forniaiion.call324-7262.
.
:A U h e lm e r's s u p p o r t
hold an
; HoUey Homes will he
Alzheimer's S u p p o rtt iG ro u p
[nesday at
•meeting at 1 p.m. Wednes
h A
Ave. E ,
Philo House, 525 I6 lh
Jerome.
Jp is for
T he sup p o rt group
en ts w ho
Jerome County resident
have family m em bicrs
ers w itii
' ;Alzltelmer’s.
ind Fail Proof* exercise
widowed "Fit ant
n am es for aa younger
yt
ries to m eet in the classess Ifor seniors in the Fairsupport series
r c a .t h e d a s s w l l l b c ^ a i .
evenings a nid
d flfor those woridng field arci
o.m. S e p t 20 a t tiie Camas
n eed to m eet ill the 10:45 a.r
w ho w ould ne<
ty
S enior/C om m unity
a tten d a n evenlns County
evenings. Tb0 at
r.
R e a d T h e T i m e s - N e w s
suggest
a
nam
e,
call
Center.
..
session o r sug{
nA ^g.
The! 1low
( -lm pact class is detiieO flicconA
U a rn C P R
Inform ation o r to signedd to h e lp Individuals
For m ore1 in
e v e r y d a y
ISC their strength a n d balA H eartsaver
Shaw na Wasko at increase
•r cardiopul- register, callQ SI
A ^ g a t7 3 6 -2 1 2 2 . ance.
m o n ^ r r a i ^ l Mation
l ( d a ss vHU tiie OfDcc o n A
For nm orc inform ation or to
be offered from1 4 to B p.m. ext. 307.
c Sage
Room at
cr. call South Cenu:a] Disregister.
W ednesday in the
S
lealtii at 737-5988.
Magic V ^W R e g io
“ « hci
in juirr y s u p p o r t
Center’s Education
lin Injury S upport ufalktii
TVrtn Falls.
T h e Brain
AddisonAve.W..1Vdn g c la s s
' ' ^ 7 /le l U t w i a l \
m
eet
from
6:30
to
8
fcied
under
tiie
Group
vrill
m
e
I h e d a s s is offen
z/JSmw- 1 ,
IIDiwincf. Qwfiy Pn'JufU 6 roJoru/aJ
C f c Otw30V«fjPn'/fssn>nflI£if
1th
C entral
D istrict
iday a t Magic Valley
Souti
tiic A m erican P-^N L A B R E T A I L E RI
A T W IN
h’s Arthritis Program and
)n a n d will in- Heooniu [edical Center's Edu- Health’
irst
Christian
O
iurch
arc
tiding, 588 A ddison the Firs
ng a &CC indoor walking
In F ^ ^
ofl’ering
berinning SepL 20. Tlic
aker will be Ann E d ass bi
lion, ch e st comp:
wm b e h eld from 5:15 to
>f Siudent Disability d ass w
choking for adults
p.m. Tuesdays and Thurstiie
College
ofSouUi6:15
p.r
n dd u d e s d a ss- Sendees a t tiie
T he p ro g ram in
days aat the First Christian
room instruction^ aajn d hands-on
d l. 601 Shoshone St. N..
pon group Is for peo- Church
Tlie suppon
pracilcc.
Falls.
iv eIh ad a b rain In ju ry TVvinFo
c-rcgistniaonls
pIc
"
h
o
hove
Cost is $25. Pre-r
luntccr Joan Walton will
friends and
Volui
!ls (c rc a ll 737- o r ^ t h e l r f afamilies,
n
required. Tb rcgisi
h e walking dass. W arm-up
leadtiic
^
carc^vers.
R e g i s t ee rr T o W i n . . .
2007.
:ool-dovm
cxerdses will be
iting Is free. For morc .a n d cot
T he meetini
ded
n. ccall 737-2126.
inc'ude
gg
Information,
t * 2 5 S i f t C esHr t i f i c a t e s
C P R fo r b a b ie s
yone is w clcome to attend
Anyo
^ C h a m p i o n J u' u i i c e r
AraUdng d ass. but people
t
ifcty an d carp a re i
.^
have arthritis are en c o u r-.
i B a t i i <& B e a luu1 t y P r o d u c t s
d iets Family Medical a c S Sto partidpatc.
1
1
offer
1-2-3-4
Par%H ow to H e rb B ooks
lay In Iho lobby C cnicr «JU 0
r m orc inform ation, coll
'
i
iss for parents with c u ju! Beem
{
a t Soutii Central
R ^ o n a l Med- ' J ?; “
g e sl-4 .T h o d a ssw iil Djstrici
ictH ealili a t 737-5946.
leal
C en ter’si
D ow m own f ik P f m )m
m 7 to 9 p .fiL T h u rsta h o n o S tE .
? p r 2s " i . h " ? ? a
A b o uu tt w e i g h t lo s s
T h e p rogram I
Ccntcr, 115 Fiftii Ave.
A wcweight loss class will be ofpart o f d ie p repar
* 11 Goodmg street-West ♦ 73^
..
fered1 Jfrom 6:1& to 7:15 p.m. ' ^ o w n t o w n Twin Falls »117
coursc. New p aren
days an d Thursdays, be­
s i s free. To register or "nicsda
p aren ts arc cnc
^ r . '^ u ^ r a iT f o
“£ v i i nformaUon.
o
call 324- R im ing
^l Sept. 20. at Body IQ in
atten d tlic class lc
I Falls.
3361.
infant CPR. choklr
le class ,\vill Include inforTlic
ty a n d prevention <
ion o n m aking dietary,
c
t
i
o
n
s
A
b
o
u
t
(
>
s
e
T he class is free,
rise and lifestyle changes
in H itt Law and Esiale Planning .y|
c a n chlldbirtii class for wc
:cd. For m ore
A ccsarear
tion is required
vcight loss results. Panicifercd from 6:30 to 9 pjmts
U 732-3148.
will be olTcrc
inform ation, call
7
;s will track food diaries,
20 In the lobby at and so
p.m . Sept.. 2(
som e cstercises will be done
ley R e^onal Medical in dasi
" a m q u m cZeE O F P R E V E M lQ ti
Magic Valley
C o p In g W ith w
Wlid o w h o o d
ass.
D owntown Campus.
Qjst)st is S149 for tiie nine-week
Wldo\ved WcUn
en by a
m o d e s t e s ta te a n d ch ild rer
QUESTION: I h a v e a mi
lOne St. E l TVvin Falls,
course
sc. To register o r for more
o f,d a lio ^vill hoile e d to
Do m y h u s b a n d a n d 1 nei
p r e v io u s m a rria g e . Dc
ss \vill In dude infor- inform
miation.
call
737-0800.
IngwithW idow.
meetings, “Coping
cesarean deliveries.
m a k e a w ill o r tru s t?:?
1 ^ tt.a n
m
m ation o nn c«
hood.” from 10 tn a g em cn t. hospital
j-gd) dofor mu is a calendar listserved if
will
be preserved and best sei
F
am
ily
h
a
r
m
o
n
y
wil
beginning W ednt
•s a n d non-conform - /,jg gf
of lieallh'related actii’ities.
ictions dow n in black andi w hite.
College o f Soudici
you g e t your instructic
Its and education. Informaevents
98W «,hlng,on
fice o n Aging. 999(
will say who g ets w hat w henIthe
th first
Otherwise, s t a t e la w wil
520. Pre-registration is rton sshould be submitted by
St. N.
of you passes away.
For m orc Infonnation, flturu
rsdayfor publication in the
T lirough th e, ^& l o n . wid-;
in a will or trustit instruUnless you providei olhenrtise
oi
148.
follow:
iwing
Monday's
bmge
sccid w om en will
ow ed m e n and
rty) you
m ent, one-half of thiee .assets { se p a ra te p ro perty
tion.. Mail notices to: TJie
and supreceive informlation
ati
■iage will go to your children by a prees-Neivs.mBox54e.Di’ln
bro u g h t into th e marriag
7Tm<s
ling witii tiic E x e r c is ei fft)r
t s e n io rs
po rt in dealini
s. ID 83303, or deliver to our
vious m a r r ia g e - n o t to yyour surviving spouse,
:entral District Health
lng\vidowcd.
South Ceni
problem s ofbelng
val l32MrfteldSt.W.
« e propte d all QI n one of your separat(
You may h ave w anted
rc ialso gatiicring is starting5 a six-week scries of
- Organizers arc
lUse. You may h ave w anted allII of
( your
erty to go to your spouse
ible to support your survivingg spouse
property to b e available
>ment w ith th e unconsum edI rremainun d e r a trust arrangem«
surviving
hildren a t th e d ea th of your su
der passing to your child
."
spouse. We call th is a ^^ift
if "w ith s tr in g s a tta c h e di."
Consider taking your Bmess
dif.. has tiid following
• Cc
o u t o f shape to . Dlcgo. Calif..
too busy o r too) oi
10 will or
ifault
for
decedents
leaving
no
S
tate
law
is
th
e
defau
line
o
u
ts
id
e
by
'
running,
Drkoutsprocrastlnators
routir
tips
for
workc
excrdsc.
)urs.
d ng or bike riding.
trust. T he choice is yours
o r peoplee w ho miglit b e shy waUdr
O rtiic y ju s ic:an’t
a r fit it in.
strength -training at
• For
F
perts an d th e about staa n iin g a fitness proFitness cxper
rhees LaMure LLP
Voorhi
homne.
e use household items like
in d l o n Exercise gram:
A m erican Counc
Iding-2nd Floor • 208.736.6000
KoBankBuildini
p cans o r your own body
soup
:as to get you off
•H ead to th e gym w hen
have som e ideas
C>r«nrth:WfrU».Mlnc
ght
to
w ork m ajor muscle
y
n
o
t
b
e
as
m
any
peoweigh
you m oti- thcrc m ay n(
the co uch a n dI keep
k(
•C trllM jjui» n«nnlBt L«« S
nd. For example, go g roi^
pie around,
vated.
th e m o rn in g o r at
•TV w orking out to a n excrinal fitness advo- early I n ' ihi
■ ‘ACE, a naUona:
clscvi
video or CD.
io n based in Son lunch.
cacy organizaiior
T o d o 9r
f o ry o u '
___ :_____________ —_________
orm ation. call
For m o rc inforr
J-BS24.
Carey Crist a t 324-a
n
I TViUf "JkeM Stone.
i
m im .
September 11” - October 115
1
m \
^renting
ND PRIZES!;!
2 GRAN
i g w iX aw Sonm ii.
■ '
I
11
SIralgMTtlkonEi
Ui
X 's r s
lg out thosise excusesi for not esxercising
iWorkin^
srvlee
•J (nlght Rldd«r Newt Servi
' BRADENTON, n a . — W hat’s
iyour excuse?
that is.
; For not exercising, that
• Nearly everybody can com e
not worklup wilh a n excuse for noi
lo o r s o r in
ing out a t home, outdooi
the gym.
too tired,
People say they're to(
idy’s Talking A boutif
Everybodi
iAttitude
Continued tram D l
'lllck m ake uncool so> cool
cc a n d
t e ais i v c c l
: drive retail sales to take
Icdgcham•jum p like Pedro’s Sled{
-m e r bike?
b ra tin g a n
; “People enjoy celebra
su c h as
aw kw ard outsid er su
ipllfled ex' Napoleon* is th e simplU
i.
; planailon Jared HtJss. the
th film's
r, <
c-maU-‘,
•w riter a n d director,
'- from Mexico, w here he's
he'; working on a new film.
con
Others say "Napoleon Dynan tu m runs
mite" cultural m om entu
Cher. Nell
dee p e r — a n d riche
des-b a sc d
;Fclnem an, U)s Angcle:
^ him to make a talkJc C
auth o r o f “Geek
( h ic The Ultl- tiien begged
ileon dolL "I loved the
Gulde_.to0 (Geek Culture," _ ing Napoleoi
ays Kamhi. “but 1 told
c a l l s l h c l t o - 'a
a ccultural touch- m o^e. says
Udn’t know how many
th
younger them I dldri
s 'o " ' ,
t e
)ple are going to buy a
lapoleon becam e otiier people
generation. Nap
Dy
the c v e r y ^ for
fo a huge sub- - NapoleoniDynamTtetalkingdoU.*
has b een In the novelIs. in particular.
Kam hiha:
culture o f kids,
lufacturing business
m!selves in th at ty m anufa
" 'h o saw them
years, m s latest big
10 love this guy." nearly 30} y«
fno^ie a n d w ho
his talking SpIccMlce,
y «deeply got the seller is his
m ore th a m
n {a million sold. Last
S o m e b o^^g( o t l t r i ^ t "
lis com pany. Kamhi
i^lnem an. “that’s week, his
And, ad d s Fell
Fla., began
World in QGear^vater.
e
gotta be a gold1mine."
m
:tiic73/4-lnch.S l4.95.
whose siilpplngthc
.
| f for y Kamhl,
•
gged him lo see N apoleonn D ynam ite talking
daughtere
/n am ite'-last fall doll. Pressss iiits button and hear
Napoleon Dyna
Napoleon sound clips from
18 Na
themovie. Sam e (or the
3 o lc o n 'D j^ a n iite Talking
Napo
spouts olf seven lines
Peni tiiat
t!
— Ilka
lik “Freakin’ idiot!" "TTna.
I fat lard, c om c get som e dinyoufs
!" a nd “Suvetl"
ner!";
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getting bom barded
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h orders," says Kamhl. estl\vitii'
ting h e h a s 100.000 orders
matlr
m
his
funtalklng.com
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from
site>an
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d ittc rs a n d Spencer Gifts.
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le rappon witii this characlittle
ter."
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iCoRtkUMdfroaiDl
o m m a -d s
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•rospea.
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iitionssuch
n lc iin g lh i:
;a s bowing oeforc entei
•n stcDDlne
;doJo a n d again w h en
s
'nn»hA m nt A p h n tn ftftl
}. hh angs on
: founder, Jigoro Kano,
• m ost dojo walls. They b
! to a
o t: Kano, a Japanese jujlisu
juj
■pert, developed the spo
sport in the
lally. Kano
la te 1880s. Esscntloll!
lerous techelim inated the dangero
m pphasls on
niques an d ploccd cm
r i l ^ — an
• controlling— n o t strlkli
maitial-aTt
: o p p o n e n t ’Ih e n ew m«
ead ap peal
form h a d w idespread
■because It could b e ppracticed
: w ith low risk o f getting!
n g n u rt
• One early followerrww;a sP re sisev d t. who
: den t T heodore Roosev
c o d n g in • took u p judo after aibbt
the
•jury. Roosevelt so loved
lo
sport th a t h e b uilt at sm
sn all dojo
;inthesecond-floorWVhite
hli House
• library w here h e M cictlcedtiuee
tlc
ad*
: lim es a week. Roose
d t.
one
•vanced to brown belt,
•step below black.
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levels from
series o f 21 b elt lew
red,
white, the lowest, toijudan
Ju
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th e m ost ad v a n c e d Set
wilh black
recehv eight belts, wl
meed.
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niendent of
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» is
schools WDey D obbs
ii a blade
lis40thyear
ibelL H e^ entering his
<
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ef
le d tiie TVvin Falls
culture.
his father stonec
translated to
Matsuoka^ father.
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lc
ly tiie best activity
successininhis professional cabbs says.
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reer, D obbs
*
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the tiiird generation of
tiie m at. leamD obbs’is
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u
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than
3bt» says. A nd now. he nopes.
Dob
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‘D o rnotgco i n t t ]l e
Toxic muck
ire
threatens future
ms
o f New Orlean
|ce___
KfJght Rldder N e w Sarvica
NEW ORLEANS — It all lies
{umbo;
subm erged in a loxlc giitr
greosc a n d gas from up 10
iewoKc:
350,000 vehicles: raw sewi
om tlie
blcach and clcanscis from
d'dam*
pantries o f 160.000 Oood-di
tioriiies
aged hom es; and, aulhori
fear, contantinonis from1 dam
di '
aged chcm icai plantss and
refineries.
•my fa* .
Olive-colorcd like Army
ltsN
tim es, the brew that co\ crs
t cw
jy rain*
Q dcans is brightened liy
r
bqw petroleum slicks. Itt slinks
st
of sulfur an d roL
Only w hen the watersi recede
ret
will scientists begin to3 get
g a
le of
taste o f what m ay be one
ol tlio
lisasters
largest environm ental disaj
ever. Then they h a w to0 figure
fi|
o ut ho^v to clean it u|L
Icrstand
“You just cannot undcrsi
« \vi‘‘te
' th e m at^itu d e o f whai
v
facing." said lean Kelly.‘spo
sp o k rs-.
w om an for th e Louis
S
Departm ent of Environmi S
Quality.
About 20 million tons ol de*
bris will bo left behind, muc
Uy toxic
it coated w ith potentially
i
muck. State environmental ofliln d safe
dais are scram bling to find
ways to b u m the debriss ar to
Junk the vehicles.
ion
Some scientists caution
rs c
th e nsredlng floodwatcrs
leave polluted “hotspots” it
soil inal w ould, need 10
tc
before
c je o n ^ up or capped bi
hduses could b e rebuilt, Nored a n
body ha.s yet offered
ne costs.
estimate of tlie staggering
c
Hli; state DEQ and the U.S.
Qtection ’
Environm ental
Protec
e
s
o
<\gency took 100 samples fth e _
floodwatcrs last weeL
agencies released testI'rosulis
rc
evcls o f
showing dangerous leve
;cted die
bucu'rixT hey also detecto
(als and
prcH-'iia* of heavy metals
toxic chemicals,, but havt
lave not
yet announced details of tthose
findings.
ouisiana
In a siatem ent, Loui:
soratlng,
DEQ said, w ithout elabon
of ttoxics
thai "very low levels’ of
pies test- ,
werc found in the samples
npUngls*
ed Sept. <l-5. Water sampli
drawongoing, and tho siaie Is <
islve soil
Ing up plans for cxtenslv
ne (d ty is
(esis to begin w hen the
ihi ersd *^iiU . regulators ando3th
enlists acknowledge that
tha th e
)nmontal
full extent of tlie environn
Ina is n ot
. devastation from Katilna
yet kndwn.
leans and
In addition, New Orlean
Rescued do
logs
head for
California1
w a
iter’ y
MJ
s ? \i
t t
near the G
GiulfofM cxlca
wonderful dilng aboul
H
T lie wo
s its resilience.’ slate
]■
nature Is
3
Ctary
Mike
M
cDimid,
■
^
DEQ Secic
ist. said at a news brief:
■
a biologist.
"The bacterial
B
ing lost week.
u
■ «
inants will n ot last a
contamim
long dmic
e in
I d ie lake. ...Tlie fariterlalw llldcgradcw idi
ganicmate
Metals will | H
natural processes.
pt
b e capnxred
■
fall and probably
p
sediments."
H
widi die sc
.
tiicdtyltseir.questions
H
^ ■ M L
B utlndi
■
about co ntam ination could
•building efforts.
H
haunt rcbt
tw c'ic talking about arc M
"W hatv
said Sylvia ^
hidden hazards."
h
» . a fonner director of
Lowrance,
regubtinglnK i
die ERASsprogram
p
\vasic. "You don't ^
dustrial toxic
tc
■t
n, you m ay n ot foci the
H
see diem,
b r a year, tw o years. 20 m i
I effects for
■
Jld that's \%4iat w c have ■
I years. Anc
..
■
I to worry^ about.”
a
Uld oUier independent H
I
She ani
ts say dial environm en- ■
sd entists:
n d e s m ust set u p a n
H
tal agenc
IC m onitoring n ;^m en ■
extensive
jcccd slowly to reopen
■
and proo
die dty.
^
re will be a need to as9
'
“Tliere
M
sess ..... neighborhood by
jrhood. vrater system by
■
id o\
over a flood watt
ndghbotl
Ronald Noel checkss th
tf s flow oi water being pumped
system," said Lynn R.
-M
leans on Saturday.
w ater sy;
IS In
jjy temporary pumps
li the eastern part ol New Orlean
an, professor at th e
■
le warned that the water poses a th
berg School o f Public i l
B lo o X
Hoaldi at Johns Hopkins Universlty. “Some areas may come
Drill to
N J„ vlslU the temporary memorl
Crartn*y
Ball of SDmmervllla, NJ
Cm
on Une very
w quickly, and there
on Sunday.
crs w here it may take a
fiip 93 In Shankivllle, P«., atit aunrise
arc odicn
ni£ht
at
ng dm e before die 'all
very long
clear’ to} nrebuild."
low, water sdll stands in
|i
But no\
rtjst-lying areas o f Now
J.
die low«
Orleans,s. ai n d people remain to
mated. Late last week, a x .
beevacui
|rHumvcc
vi
5
is
parked
on
military 1
rstate 10 overpass, blastan Interst
U.S. Capitol,
dirough
g
ing a1 w arning
SHANKSVILLE.
Pa. (AP) —
I
fhodlcd.
wly
Ridgcpralseddioscwhi
eakcrs to people still y/Q
\
loudspea
Volunteers
on Sunday slowly
[
vcd odisl
in die Seventh
jga the names o f cach o f diec40
stranded
read
4G .saying thclr actions save
f
na<
“Do )t go in d ie water!" Sol- passengers
and crew aboardIhlb l­ ers.
K
crew are
“Thepassengersandcr
ittcm ptlng to convince
qcI
.
dlers atti
acked
U nited Airlines Flight193
93
^
a ’s grcat
ked an em blem o f America’
douts to leave repeatedly as peals
,
dieholdc
from two bells marked
alriotism
fdie dangers from bacte- d ie fourdi anniversary o f th
warn ofd
thte glory: freedom an d pau
ghest
rcdem
onstrated
a
t
Its
high
Itoxic chemicals.
sct
Sept. I I terrorist attacks.
National Guat(( Sgt. 1st Ctaii Clirt.Atiilr»»t
Chrl
•rc upon
3di- gard." Rldgc said. ”Herc
Junday, audioridcs were
(
New Meilco Army Na
Cahdn
Wilson, whose brodv
ves werc
>*to-houie check In
spraying;
ig p osdddes over p arts of er-in-law,
<;rlluted water as ho does a ’house-to^
m er tills fidd o f honor, Uve:
co-pUot LeRoy Homci
wadei through pollut
Dm- saved a n d heroes werc made."
m
the d ty^10
tl stop disease-bearing Jr.. was killed, thanked die com
port Sulphur. La.
iry C o m -.
Ims’
-nic n ig h t 93 Advisory
litocs from hatching.
„ iiunlty for em bracing victims
mosqulK
m
^dnesday
m ission
on
Wedi
fju,
le oflicials
reported
R e ^uce \vorkors have report- families.
arishcs hosi
ciiy, Inil slate
o
itssunouiidingpari!
ty skin rashes and somo
ren contnined.
ed nasty
“TWs is always tough, buiI ru
I’l announced die w innerr o f a depetroleum rethey h a w hcen
chcmicai plants, pc
3ns o f existing cuts from do
do it every year." said Wilson
son, sign
com poiltion
ffor • a
lons o f gallons o f infection
petroleum
Tlic million}
flnories
and
acre site,
memorial a t dio 2,000-ac
ig in die m tc r . as did speaking
gra
inrough tears as he;adad
lilies that con- waler being; pnuu m pea from d ie working
bulk-siocago facililii
imbrace"
,000
Tlic “C rescent o f Em
nem
bers
o
f
a
n
engineerJ
n
4ike
I>ontchartrain
som
e
mt
dressed
the
crow
d
o
f
1
,
0
0(
e n t clieinical clly into Uike
tain U78 diffcroni
a
illalion o f d ie Louisiana people,
pg,
mcmoriid. created by a Ileam of
Dwii environm ental ing batu
which in duded U.S.. AtAt
rcordini? to the bring th d r owr
combinations, acco
lal Guard shoveling muck torney
{g,
c rto designers led by Paul Murdoch
Mi
General
Albertt
ileaso Inveniocoiiccriis j fofco ntam ination. National
national Toxic ndci)
;cles, will
Ihc drying stieets In St. Gonzales. U.S. S enator Rid
Rick An:llitccts o f Los Angel
«lh e v ra(c rls1 o w ln from dit
thal And,l>ecausellty. which tracks, faculties
fa
an d featu rc ach ap d v tid i4 0 rmetallic
rd Parish. M any soldiers Sanlorum,
ga
xygen, wildlife ofQ- Bernard
Gov. Ed Rendell ani
emicals, Envi- dissolved oxygi
release toxic chcm
dng
each
^oves
hs
d
iey
ply
die
wajq
,
Secwind
chim
es
symbolizir
fish
kills.
wear
^
o
form er Homeland Security Sec
gulators
are cials expccl flsli
ronm ontal
rcgul
o fd ie victims,
ut their m ain precaution,' retaryTom
f,.,
ckish. 630-square-, ters, but
11 ii
l)y air an d on
The brackis
Ridge.
chocking o n them
SI be apaid .lsto a v o ld d iew a icr.
ouie
l lic design sdll must
^und
Flick soli
U nited FUrfit 93 \vas e n roui
rc possible;
on
iiiUe lake is. a breeding
1
tho ground where
j
or o f the
deadly," said S gt Michael from
^ Newark. N.J.. to San Fran
=ran- proved by the direcior
“It'sdc
tc DEQ asked for niarino life
lift an d birds, inSunday, the state
National Paric Service>aand die
refuge for th e rare Flick, o f th e O hio National cisco. The
ofilcial 99 // 11
1
nies for Infor- duding a refu
railroad com panie
rior. Offlq
secretary o f the Inierio
ranc. Its drainage Guard,I. i\vho w as searching for Commission
report said d iee hihi
m atio n o n tho co
t n ten ts o f sandhill crani
ise about
iq,
.•rs"20 pcrc en t o f bodies5 by
t b oat in eastern New jackere_crashed
th e planec aas cials arc hoping lo raist
n e d cars.
basin covers
scores of ovcriume<
nemoriaL
is. "Vbu just can't touch ' p'pga s^ n g e fs tj1i5d lb take'contn
ntrol ■ $30 million for d ie me
aiiglngfrom cyprcss. Orleans.
Is ocCTirred
dn
I^uisiaiia, r.in(i
Tliree oil spiUs
<
vania has
lievo H ie stale o f Pennsylvai
m arshes dilswati
ater."
ooff the cockpit. OfQdals belicv
tivor below the
swamps loI saltwater
sa
die Mississippi Rivi
already donated m oreidianSlO
d
th e hilackers h a d targetedj ele:
million.
th er th e White House o r' the
th
^
1
i-iends gathier
Families, fr
)er Flight 9:>3
to rememb(
Genen•al becomes5the face off control
ips help hurricaane
Muslim group
iniversary of9/I/ll
victims on anil
5 food and w ater 10 people
harshest crit^vlngft
NS (AP) — To
NEW ORLEANS
H b Ics, including who ire
art refusing to leave New
”Ragin' C ajun.'
iroops, he’s tlie ”11
ns.
\|
■ I New O rleans Orleans
lem anding gena n affable b ut derr
’
S i M ayor
Ray
“R l^ now, w c w ant to make
orders
lo
oral
barking
■ I . N a^n.. w ho
surc tha we're taking care ofdie
nonproHt
o>vning city. To
b o u t th e b o a rd o f th e no
resuscitate a dro>v
HOUSTON (AP) — Aboi
Ic
that
arc
alive,
and
dial
b
lasted
the
people
a
n
ic
o
n
o
flo
ad
n-lslam ic .
: SAN FRANCISCO (APIleers Council o n AmericanP ) — H ie
h iscounuy.ho’s a n
2,000
M uslim
voluntee:
e
treating
them
widi
dlgniQ
jw
Bush
adm
inw
eo
re
l
ca n e Relations, said Muslim
first malor airlift of dogs
ogs from
ersliip In a landd 1hungry for a
h e lp e d victim s o f H urrlcar
K
I s t r a t i o n 's
ty and nd respcct. arid we'reK atrina al die city's downiovi
rricane exposed
volunteer
lown view ed S u n d a y ’s vo
th e hurricane-battered
red Gulf lcaderafterahuni(
ding food a n d water for ^
initial
reprovidli
lerability to disd ie nation's vulner
f. ddio o p p o rtu n ity a s at n o th e r
Coast left Louisiana ontl Sunday,
Si
convention center Sunday,
,-H1onore told CNN.
«
I
sponse to his
diem.”
Sepl. chance to show th at the
d Sept.
IS ti
to new
asters.
carrying about 60 pets
fourth anniversary o f th e Sep
t—
Heviews
vii Katrina as a n enemy 11 icrrorlst attacks.
—3 city's disaster.
11 attacks w ere carriei
^ifo m ia .
With a can-do 0a attiiudo u nd a
tcm poraiy hom es in Calif
led o u t V
pulled
a
"classic
military
‘
Icnon
"Ho cam e
tiiat pu
ho d o n ot
Army Lt. Gen.
Qan. Rused Hcnoi
cigar in hand, Ar
ound . Islamic e xtrem ists whc
The C ontinental Airlines
Ai
Muslim leaders from arour
suvor," speeding toward
.
off the dogmaneu'
leaning of
Q i^ t from Baton Rougi
represent th e tru e met
)uge. La..
Russel H onoro zarrived after
th e country w4io Were in Hlousou
“
>por, .-md he sianed
land wldi
wi overwheliplng forcc. to
na und d lrecled gone choppoi
itSSO.OOO
Hurricane Katrina
was chartered forobout
S!
n for the volunteer efforttsa
sald their faiih.
in d people started
surprisi
w eapons down cussing, and
im m unity
lone Picktroops to point w<
IdonReligious a n d com
b y ltx a s oil tycoon Boom
th e anrdversary wras coinddoi
^
a
'S
H
o
V
n
^
f
f
't
S
S
i
^a^n
told
a
radio
Slacity
a
mnving." N a^
leered to
ens and his wife. Madelc:
ieloine, in
in ruspect for aa istunned and
tal. B ut they w elcom edj th
U e groups w h o volunici
king out com m unlcadons, “
knockir
iilotlon lacking lion. "1 givec dio
di president som e
“Operastran d ed popula
help at shelters picked
a movement dubbed1 “C
^ d iro u g h
opportunity to highlight dielr
dii
ridty, w ater an d roads In a °
his. lie sent o ne John
electric
cro«lit on Uiis.
a random draw ing w
w:hat dlay tidn Pei Lift.”
food, electridiy aann d safety.
faith's true m eaning.
ste r o f biblical propor- “
ide dow n herc dial
“dlsasti
Houstorfs
About half the d o Bs on
ot SunEach m o rn in gIg,
,: H onorc (pro- Wayne dude
prove
they
w
ould
work.
Hi
“We're h ot trying to p r a
moo;stuff done."
tions."
-ur-ay) b oaids a can get som
cd ffor San nounced AHN'-ur
It our
Muslim (community ggot Sunday's flight were headed
anything, odicr than w hat
o
a
journey
slowed
by
fallen
iot-2 diree-star generIn a j
copter at C am p
TlieG-foot-:
jo u n d for Blackliawk helicoi
ptego. wilh the rest bou
said
day.
sa
h eaded to Missis- “faidi requires us to d a " rcctor
out diat lohn Wayne
trees,, Honorc
H
ssippi, 100 m iles al points out
"Ifto d a y n o to n ly hlappensto
ai
Sim Francbco. Sunday’s
ay’s move Shdby in Mississlj
M ahdl Bray, cxccudve dircct
die hurricanc from ^
ior. "I'm a soldier. You sippl after
a
>rlcans. for a hu- was an actor,
byPetRc- north of New Orlo
irc feeding
based be a day w here w e arc
was being organized by
o f d ie Washington. D.C-bas<
Llanta
base
w
here
hc
trains
°
ou
sec,"
h
e
said.
an
Atia:
jsion
as
hea
d
o
f
get
what
y
o
u
:
)c opleana clcty.
people a n d helping pet
in
Austin,
m
anltarian
missic
locadon.com, based
J
M uslim A m erican Socle
Ihe
nation's
troops
for
Iraq
^
s
diln
m
ustache
and
half
tiii
loint Task Force
Widi his di
itie s... but
the military’s loir
'Rscas.
"W hat goes w idi o u r faidiI is to doing o u r Islarnic dutii
i»t. H onorc has beduty.
black beret,
elp rescue
Katrina.
al pres_______“The goal was to help
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