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kct conditions,
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N onh Canyon
planners o f th e new No
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M cdical C e n te r Iti Got
b onds for th e
taken S30 million in bo
until next year,
projcct off th e m arket um
ia tai iim e w h e n
t h e decision c o m csat
would a m o u n t
higher Interest rates woi
(0 S3 m illion m ore In anticip ated
rf Ihe
costs w hen paying off
tl: loan dur*
ing tlie next decade. As a result, the
lanuary 2010
hospital's anticipatedI |a
3t h ap p en un til
o p e n in g likely will not
several m o n th s later.
said. ‘Let's take It off the
“We all sa
m arket," said
sal Earl Fitzpatrick, chief
fflcerofthenew hospltal's
executive ooff
iircctors. o n Friday.
board o f dire
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a s emotion:
b u t easy w hen
years of planning,
pis
looking att th
it e extra interest costs o f
tie b o nds o n th e market.
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TODAy’SHAPPEf
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0 Student
Honors
ConegoofSouttwm Idaho
Si
Idlng CSI music stuRecKal, features outstandln
Hne Arts Center Recital
denis of 2 0 0 8 ,2 p.m., Fine
(donation to CSi Music
Hall, Twin Falls, no cosi. (doi
Department Scholarship Fund
Fur appreciated).
8rtscenter.csl.edu.
732-6288 or hltp://fine8fts
Studio's 20th
-Tha Nutcracker,- Centro1Stage
Su
n, 2 p.m., King Fine . '
annual holiday production,
\vo., Buriey, ticket: '
Arts Center. 2100 Park Avo.
senior citiuns, and
$10 general seating, $8 set
seating, proceeds
$13 ond S15 reserved seat
«umes an^ scho1a(^,
toward new scener}, costuin
ships, 6784117.
Sing Along, with holiday
Caritas Chorale HolMaySInf
from Handel's
favorites and selections fror
;t. Thomas
Episcopal
, -Messiah.' 5:30 p.m.. St.
I
Road, Ketchum, no
• Church. 201 Sun Valley Roa
: cost, 726-5349.
tlvai Of CarolsJouph M. fMartln%-F^Uva
Cantata, performed by
■: Communtty Christmas Cam
)ralo and Orchestra and
' Gooding Community Chorale
nd: soloists: Pastor
. directed by Rick Strickland;
y Er
Ervin. 7 p.m., Walker Dave Buechler and Cindy
t h Ave.E., Gooding,
■.Center Auditorium, 605 lnlti
fofreshmenis served, no) cost
co but donations
appreciated. 9348227.
t
Russell
Bennett's The
Robert Show and Robert Ru
las, presented by Magic
Many Moocis of Christmas,
direction of Joseph
Valley Chorale, under thee dli
anied by Magic Valley
(Csperson and accompanie
ivldual selections perChamber Orchestra: individi
ChoraJe, 7;30 p.m„
formed by /nembers of Choi
ho F
Rne Arts Auditorium,
College of Southern Idaho
nd $3
$5 general admission and
! for seniors and
students. 733-8286.
istma* Carol.- presentCharles Dickens’ ‘A Christn
m
idaho
Theater
cd by College of Southem li
' Departinent. 8 p.m., CSI,1 Rne
Ri Arts Center
nd i$6 for senior citizens
: Theater. $8 for adults end
^
i and students, 732-6288BorTicketsxsl^^u.
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tn8ndleanne@hoimaii.com.
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Filr and
I River Christian Fellowship Craft
ike Sale, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., The Rive
“ J®
Avenue
ristian Fellowship, comer of Rills5 Av
=
lis. Twin
ftlls,
st and the road to Shoshone Foils,
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13-3133.
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HOBBIES AND CRAFTS
- how
)W th e Grinch Stole Christmas- Par
Hand:
, e r<
^ X o (
mds On. special holiday storytime
■ksand
or.
. Ss<euss's classic book wiih snacks
i
‘Coot
ookles for Santa' plate to paint. 99 l1o l l
n..
a.m.,
■n.. Hands On. 147 Shoshone St.LN.
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Down
)wntown TWin Falls. $15. 7364475.
« n ta shopping day, two hours off aan^ a n d
Pareni
crafts
3fts while parents shop, 10 a.m.. to noon or 1
Center, 249
to 33 p.m..
1
Twin ftlls Creative Arts Cer
•hiirt 7 vr
Main
ain Ave. W., Twin ftlls. $10 per chilc
g uL li
i or tfcac®brucebunch.myrf.net.
.Kngo,
Igo. for men and women. 1 to 3 p.(T
ills Senior Center, 530 Shoshone!St,W
St .,T«in
.
ills, cards: four for $3. 734-5084.
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BENEFITS AND R l
'
By annual
canned food
•; Century Cinema ol Buriey
a
MUSEUWS
; movie drive, choices: Kung
ung Fu Panda (PG).
• the
Riulki
jlkner Planetarium ‘ Here Comet
th Sun- al
. : Indiana Jones 4 (PG-13)) and
an a special surprise
•tm at S tarN.. Burley, admission:
2 p.m.
p.n and 4 p.m. and “The Christm
j movie, 10 a.m.. 464 E. 5 N
y ai
adults,
lo tl
the Christmas Council
at 77 p.m.,
1
Herrett Center, $4.50 for
•. tvrti cans of food, food to
y si
students,
“ and concession proceeds
ds tto Coats for Kkis,
$3.51
3.50 for senior citizens. $2.50 for
md 1a special
) cost for children under age 2 and
; 678-3131.
noc<
children or
Aedlcal Center's Winter
price
: S t Luke's Wood River Metf
ice package for families with five9 ch
omt:
: Ball dlntter, dance and silent
slle attction, with
less;
ss; and Roek Entertainment Show:
y i- a t 8:15
Street Band, 6:30 p.m.
-stei
itearhroning through tha HoUdaytj entertainment by High Stre
science, north
p.m. dinner. Umelight
p.mv,
mv, HerrettCerrter for Arts and Scie
: cocktail hour and 7:30 p.m
aho campus.
tetchum, $175 per per* v-;
( the
>d of
of Southem Idaho
• Room. Sun Valley Inn. Ketci
ne and
entertainment). '
iWtn'
J n ttf U ,:« ;6 0 ,732-6655.
■. son (Includes dinner, wine
i
ike'snew-Women's • - •
s tatrr party
(
wtth telescope viewing,, 661p.m. to
proceeds benefrt St. Luke's
Imaging Center, 72fr8406»
,id n lg h tJ> o ta o ^ Observatory, Henett...
Hei
n d of the
:'1M nFU la High School Diw
enter ^,A rtr« Q d Spence, northleen
3, Twin
BCcUt0l « ^ , « 0f # ( ^ 8. /.._*>Colle
Dlleg^pfSoWhem Idaho campus,
J\ ftlls,
tion of competition, s e le
j o o s t J a W S , ; . ■„ ■■t..
>' 7 p.m. doors op^'flhd ttin
B e ^ k « r v io e b ^ in & ! - : .;pac«
srA
•
;'r7 :3 0 p.m. curtain, Roper
Audit*um .$5,ann(far
>tfsd.kl2.k].us.
>'• fundraiser, HaycockJa®tfsc
S
SEftSOHALEVEmS
M C u a U ComnamHy Itathtty C«W
BUSINE
enersl showing 10 B.m. to 8 p.m.,
« Ei . s
;v .„B u ,l« n o
^ Rio Hondo Ribbon Cutting,
ing, noon, 220 Broadway , wes<
test Stake Center, 2420 Parke Ave.,
3682.
cost
ost, open to the public, 677-8822.
5-Ave., Buhl, (208) 543^68;
'h rtrtm *.
tdng, 2 p.m., 19
Four
Ktr Paws Bed and Bath annual Chrt
l-IBuht Winkle Ribbon Cuttin
208) 543-6682.
Part
larty and Open House, bring pets fo
v;^n»dw ay Ave., Buhl. (208;
rtents, drawings, gifts and free pictui
men
ianta, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 370 W.•22C
ORGANIZATIONS
Sam
0 0 s ..
lupert. no cost. (208) 4384444.
•Mpand(optk>nal)nol^:ehriMlanMMi'iFMknnM(
MulticuKural HoIMay Party, celebr:
:30.8.m.. Depot Grill.
•;:5io*tbt®akhttt,7to.8:30.
lanukkah, Christmas. Kwanza, Boxin
p-3Nln Falls, no cost, 733-5!
T „'
«if th e Kings, Dia de los Muertos anc
;*Oiught0n of the Amerieai
luadaiupe with prizes, crafts, food a
as Sliver
Tea, 1:30 p.m.,
Chapter Christmas
{
«th Santa, 4 to 6 p.m., wood River (
3
/ 3258 E. Canyon Place,.TWin
TW ftlls, prospective
m <
S o £
'MCA, 101 Saddle Road. Ketchum,
»5-i 205. .
:• • imembefs welcome, 735-1
lublic, free admission, (participants
ire
Dance
Club
regular
v B u tto n t‘n’ Bows Square I
«nned goods or contribute to the G:
7:30 pm. pre“ •)!
dance, also election off officers,
ofl
r26-9622.
jare dance, Twin falls
rounds and 8 p.m. square
lis Ave.,
$4 per person.
TTT
:-*Xtoose Lodge, 835 Fails
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Uhmlfthe
9 h av e a n e v e n t listed , please subn
:-'lring finger foods. &36-51
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lame of the event. 0 brief descriptio
f m
Suzanne
)iace, cost and contact number to S
Srov^e by e^nail at sbrowne^magic
Bm
byf
V fax. 734-5538: or by mail, TimesXlBox
548,
Twin
ftlls,
ID
8330343E
Rai
ivance of the
Dea
Deadline Is noon, four days in advar
evei
!vent.
m Mi S a A B
C'Grandy'e and Juniper Sitieet
tm Rumhouse
>- ChristmM Craft Shew,(, 8:30
8: 8.m. to 6 p.m.,
Center. Buhl,
Snake River Sprinklers; Garden
Gs
30 (1.75
miles east of
;; 20386 U.S. Highway 30
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is '
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m.arket
ir fi
finan|;-'contlitlon w ith th eir
ials a re
K clal advisor. Officials
jo n d s in
Hoping to sell tlic bon
th
C February, provided ihoat th e
i;Iljiarkct Improves by'th
thie n .
u ild in g
I;:- T he co n tra c to r bbul
cci h a s
h o sp ita l projcct
will n o t
v^agrccd th at th e costI wi
o f th e
>-Uc m o re b ec a u sc! oi
rrdclay. Fitzpatrickk said ,
L‘a sc s in
K a'dding th a t dccrcasi
ctlo n m atefuel an d constructli
iet n o rm a l
rials have offset
it increases,
construction cost
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lat th e m arth e year's end that
kct's going to stabilize,"
s
Fitzpatrick said,
G round w as b rro k e n for
in
th e
new
h oQSpiial
sf
September, a n d th
thie h ospital
jn o1 f its own
spent S l.5 m llilon
■nt w ork.
m oney for cem ent
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Canyon Mcdical1 C e n ter will
lology
th a t
have
tcchnoU
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mam*
imaging and digital
di{
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mography. T he
' ergency
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room will have
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rooms and sbc
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ital a lso w ill
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have a 6,0000 ssq u a re -fo o t
ices are a w ith
surgical services
lg 1ro o m s a n d
two operating
g enerservices lhal Include
inci
rth o p ed ic a n d
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ery.
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CooUnndfrVD
the past year
Wiat we’ve observedicver
0
the state's ilia i ^ t employer,
imlng construction
iga dizzying degreei of
and a boom
is
0 : change in the
lat pickcd up steam
industry that
help house a popueconomic O
UI
mtlook.”
grew at th e nation's
lallonlhalgr
- M lh e F if s iis oonn, Idaho's c hief econom ist
test clip, beh in d
fourth-fastci
ona, N evada an d
onlyArton
unem ploym ent delay
del: anotiier $54 million in
2008, Idolio's
id;
Ulaii.
In case tilings dete­
spei
wa th ird -b est In th e spendbig
N w .tu nmn oil In th e housing rate was
riorate
further. Agendes are
n. Now,
It's 19th.
rior
and a glut of nation,
f
em ployees to lake
’ the first fim e in his 24r ordering
ordi
IS that has forced
F orth
state carccr, Ferguson In tim
llmie ofT unpaid, the state Ibx
lay off m ore than year stat
Micron to U
tills week told 63
w as
forced Commission
Cor
kers In Idaho have
Febmlary
ar
1^00 workc
icm
ponuyw
oriccntiicy’d lose
lg tiie
th e slate's uncm*
during
t m iddle o f the leg- tem
e ir jo b s ' a day after
^ session to downgrade th
the:
role to S.B percent,
Isladve:
as,
aiid ' the- Chi
his ax
taxrevenue forecast for Christm
more thanI (double the figure
e p a n m e n t o f Health and .
seal year sta n ln g July 1. D
Dc)
the fiscs
fro m a y eoirago.
ri
Is cutting Mcdlcaid
it again In Welfare
Wel
laho still com es In H e reduced
re^
While Idal
im ber a n d th e outiook paym
pay ents to Idaho hospitals,
6.7 perccnt national Septemi
under die6.;
a n d service providcis:
doc
rm ent
ra te
in
has fu
fuirth er sou red since, doctors
unemploym
^ new figures won't be by
by!$35.2 million ^ all to save
though
November,r, the sting o f th e
money.
sed until January.
mo
rdeased
recession ihas b een m ore
“W hat we've observed over■
1, o n e r orfcred
lere bcc au sc th e
O nI Dec.
0
abrupt hei
e p a st y ear is .a dizzying
the
onom y ha d b e e n
state ag
agiendes to cu t budgets th
state’s ecor
o f changc in the eco­
percent, or$130 degree
deg
lg relatively b e tte r by a :oialof4
tou
perform ing
nom
in.
not ic outlook,” FergusonI
than most 01
other states,
million,
[er also asked them to said.
salt
For Insta
ta n ce , in January
Otter
ath
l l C o J
_________________
,..i
B im U ■
'
■ -I ddo
on't know ho w long
nblned services o f we'll bo able to d o that," she
three comb
Ivocacy, co n su m er said. “In
“Ii Idaho, therc's n ot a
family adv(
rc
advocacy an
at d a p eer su p p o rt lot o fr resources.In the past, NAMI
Thee {group's still going to
program. Ir
is only Involved In look for
foi alternative funding
Idaho was
ces, th o u g h . W oodland
vocai^.
sources
“ r s suber, presid en t o f saldNA
NAMI Idaho wlU look for
Is th a t c o u ld provide
linl-C assia branch,
grants
ey to keep th e program
U officials felt they m oney
ible to m eet all th e
going,
«■
h a t’s going to lake
ients u n d e r th e
"T ha
lie,” she said, j
which w ould have awhile,'
entailed tal
\M I Idaho h o s'ch a p te rs
laking o n two m ore
NAM
win Falls a n d th e MiniInTVrir
iia iarea th a t m e et m onthah o group's execu- Cassia
:lor, Lee W oodland, ly to3 |p rovide s u p p o n an d
rm a tio n
to
people,
vill no longer have a Inform
ding h a s b een used In the
1 th e o rg a n iz atio n Fundln
for s ta te conferences
a fic . Ihe! e. n d o f th e year, pa st: U
help raise avtrareness an d
he h op es to c ontln- that he
Itlonal fu n d in g from
o luniecr a nsw ering addltic
ations.
m e h o T nInc.
l But w ith state donatii
rhe NAMI conferences In
it's un certain
"The
funding gone,
gc
le vwill probably b e a.thlng
rill b e m oney to pay Boise
if there wil
h one line.
o fthle
e {p a st.-H u b e r said.
' “ ' " ’' p " "
iS
:
’
i1
Tom
S h a n ah a n , spokes­
1
m
an
fo r
th e
Idaho
mn
D
e p a rtm e n t
of
H ealth
Dc
aam
n d W elfare, said NAMI
Idaho
Ida w ould h ave been con*
ssld
i d e i ^ If they p ul In a bid,,
ad
adid in g th a t h e w as unaw areJ
oof fw hy th e organization did1
nnoot bid.
M
{ o untain States Group o f
Boise
g ot th e b id for th es
Bo
service.
T h e executive direc­
sei
to
toir o f M ou n tain Statess
G
Hartzell Cobbs, saidi
Group,
r
there
tht arc benefits o f having
ppe
e o p le w ith a history o f
m
m<e n ta l illness work w ithII
th
thie ir peers.
"T here's a sensitivity to0
th
thiis w h e n y ou’ve gonec
thiro u g h th e trials th a t is dif­fth
ficult
fic to rcplicate.* h e said.
? ■
d
Ben Botkin maybe reached
tr
at
208-735-3238
or
bbotkln9magicvalley.com.
bb
Cannas_____
i w i —j ^h n M i A l
the boardd Iany s o n o f written
o n the
recom m endatlons
er
besides a single‘ pmchanges bc
n d use map,* a copy
posed land
apparently could not
ofw hichaf
be foundlaa n d Induded.
also stated th a t two
Elgee al:
uprem e C oun d e d Idaho Sup
ued while tile Camas
sions Issue
going likely do
case wasi still
s
Ige the substance of
not chang
luslons. Gilmer Dairy
his conclu
lerom e C ounty an d
LLC V. Jei
ds
D evelopm ent
Highlands
Uon v. a t y o f Boise
Corporatic
ie Iissues as to w hether
both raise
zoning decisions cap
cenaln zo
dally reviewed — in
be judlda
n e r case, th e c o u n
the Giltni
hat the dairy lacked
found tha
indlng to c h ^ e n g e a
legal Slant
iiensive-pian am endcomprche
l a n ^ g th e suggested
m ent chai
o f a golf course next
“This is taxpayer
ir imoney, and 1
don’t understandi Vwhy they don’t
w ant to try' to
tc end it.”
Itly says
sa] previous cases have
b ^n covem iled, h e is obllgat0 fi
follow that existing law.
e d to
If[ th
tl e record a n d review
u lrem ents disappear, he
requlr
)te, “th e public hearings
wrote,
om e a s h ^ becon
Hlltiier
tii way, Elgee wrote,
rtin p ursued a d edaratoiy
Manir
gm cnt, n o t a judicial
Judgn
revieu
iew.
knreral actio n s fUed by
Sevi
n in
rem ain
to
be
Manli
iressed, in d u d in g accusaaddre;
as th
tions
1 a t th e couniy violated
to equal protection
his rights
rig
der th e law th a t prom pted
under
nove o f th e case Into the
a moi
ieial c o u n system w here it
feden
o o e p ta n c e by a
is County, th e judge
b awaiting
aw
Ige.
luggestcd in Its briefjudge
Dn
the
cases
m
ean
m
ost
On Friday. C am s C ounty
Ing that th
m m issloner
Ken
d ocum ent revisions
Comr
zonlng-d(
cicstrom said h e wasn't sure
ibject to the stam tory
Backs
ly Elgee's decisio n was
procedures in th e
why
state's lan
u ^ because h e t h o u ^ t die
ind-use planning law
issu«
Language
ge in th e GUmer d e d entlie
tln case had b een moved
c o u a H e stood by
uld be read th a t way,
to federal
fe<!
slon couli
1 countyls
interpretation of
a But h e then spent a
the
a
he w rota
Imer a n d H ighlands, and
r ‘o f pages explaining
GUmi
id offldals a re consulting
e ts such a c o nduslon
said
th th e ir legal counsel to
have o n state procewith
d d e v ,4 ia tto d o n c x L
md m any legal pieced edd
-Tbme, o u r sniff Is supportmd wrote that until the
dents, ani
iuprem e C oun expUced. by
by these o th e r cases, a nd I
Idaho Su]
In
— G eo rg e M artin
le
ddi
on't know how it c ^ be
le
vi ed an y olher way,' he
view
sa
said.
at
M artin said Thursday that
th de d slo n gave him every­
the
S
th
thing
he s o u ^ t at the sta n of
dtte case, a n d repeated a pievith
01 p o in t th a t he never
ous
er
Is
st
sought
m oney ori^noUy. He is
o
le
continuing
lo Bghi against the
21
2008
zoning ^ e s , now in
el
re
effect, in another case before
5i D istrict Judge John K.
Sth
B
BuUer.
He said h e expects thhe
e
o
in.
county
to appeal titie dedslon.
br
aan d criticized officials for
a
avoiding
m ediation o n the
he
n abiing issues, supplying a
rem
DEe c 4 letter from the c o u n ts
a
laattom
ey declining a m edia­
ti p roposal It^ a stance he
tion
s
said
he thinks will only cost
)St
ti county m ore in tiie e nId.
the
d
E
Backstrom
said in July In ref­
efe
erence
to previous senlemem
mt
t
talks
that officials ‘don't make
ike
t
tiiose
kinds o f deals.’
‘This is taxpayer m oney
fiiy
/'
i d I don't understand whj
an
t
they
don’t w ant to try to enc
nd
I M anin said.
it,’
Nate Poppino may bbe
>
1
reached
at 208-735-3237. ■
■f
.
5rtBrity,Dicwb>fl3,2008 A3
L o & \l
7ioNt4lm.MaFilt,ldil»
Man[1w antedi for Idd]nappingg still inIM exicoI
AROUND
THEVAU.RY
larty
Tree (kcoraling pari
today in 1Vrin Fals
C ounty
The Twin Falls O
111 1host a
Hlslorical Society will
a s Ih ic
Com m unity Christmn as
sm noon
DccoroUng Party from
to 2 p.m. today a t the T\vln
TionU
.S.
RiUs Coumy M useum
o
Avin
H iglnvny30w cstonw
ir Falls.
ature live
l l i c cvcm will featui
Oiristm as m usic an d decoradi
pine tree
tion of on Australian plr
:n ts,p o p wilh antique ornam ent!
garlands.
. com and cranberry gorl
i f jf e
Forest Service seek
^
l in e
coflnefllonwldlifi
consenation
e ttc a n d
The Doise, Paycttt
'■orests arc
Sawtooth N ational Pore
soliciting public comn m e n t on
iservation
a “Wildlife C onser
ly b ein g
Strategy" currently
ce.
dcvcfopcd by all thrce.
oritlzc the
Tlie WCS will priorlt
types and locationss o f projecis over the next 10
years aim ed a t maintali
restoring habitats for 1
spcclcs In g reatest n
conservation. T h e proji
delayed in 2007 by tiu
[Corporate
supervisors to Incoi
;au scd by
habitat c h an g cs cau:
he rcglon.
rcccnt wlldflrus in the
i
ISIS cover
Thu three forests
on acres
of
more lhan 6.5 m illion
i
federal land.
'ICS, forest
Along with the WCS
officluLs .say they m ay ni eed lo
cliange m an ag em cenn t direc)rest plans.
tions In the three fores
Com m ents o n theJ proposal
p
ntal analyand un eiwironinental
sis will hu used to0 ccrcate a
tal Im pact
draft environm ental
ill ianalyze
statem ent th a t Iwill
enus before
- .x-nny plnn-ametidmentJ
lie draft
they urc m ade. T
Tlv
for com should'be availablee fc
g.
m em In spring 2009.
To sim plify th e2 ccom plex
■eccom
WCS, th o 'fo h stsa rc
i pletou r phases.
Ing tlie'ptoccss In four
low under'I'he first .phase, now
way,* a d d resses
fforested
lilies. For
wildlife communitl<
form ation:
m o ri
Infor
u s/r4 /saw lutp://\vw w .fs.fcd.us/
tooth, , lu tp ://w,«vw.fs.fcd.
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ton
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tite r
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-------------------It m ay ta k ke
e a w hile to
o rr G uerrerob rin g H e c to
^ Castillo b ack to
to /Vmerlca.
Blaine
T he 3 5 -y e a:ar*old
r
C o u n ty m ann Is charged
>plng
an d 10
w ilh k id n a p p l
counts o f lewvd
d an d lasclviagainst a 14ou s c o n d u c t ; a]
year-old Jeroonm e girl w ho
d isa p p e a re d , fifrom Ierom e
o n O ct. 23.
n ig h School on
G one fo rr alm o st six
m a n a n d teen
weeks, th e ma
:ently found in
girl w erc rccen
M exico C ityV Iby M exican
and U.S. a u thhorities.
o
T h c ^ r l w ai s bt r o u ^ t b a c k
according to a
a w eek ago, ac
ise from th e
press re lease
Jerom e C o uunn ty Sheriff's
Office,
lowcver. Is still
Castillo, hov
a n d m ay facc
in M exico an
- ••
h arges
Iniernasep a rate ch
ar
.ilonally b u t no
nc n e had b een
Jerom e
levied by Friday,
Fri
ro se c u to r Paul
C ounty Pros:
nfirm cd.
K roegerconfir
ire lo prosecute
“We desire
Kroeger,
th is m an ,"' said
s;
a d d in g h e! ddo esn’t know
t will
how long U
w: take lo get
:k
Into
th
e states,
Castillo b a c k li
how long
"I’m n o i certain
cer
lltion proccss is
this extradltic
I," hlie said Friday,
going to go,"
tf Mexico} pprresses chargcs
istlllo then th a t
against Castll
have th e
c o u n try wvould
ou
first c h anccc e tO 'p ro secu te
jer confirm ed.
him , Kroegert
;ies trackcd th e
A u thorities
c o u p le lyby e-m alls th e
cn t to he r father
teenager sent
w as safe,
in d ic a tin g; she
sl
M exican
a cc o rd in g
ito
m edia o utlets
imc
T he Jerom
e C ounty crim (iastlllo
inal c ase against
ag:
:
n se aled from th e
h a s been
public.
F ifth DlD istrict Court offi1 le ro m e C ounty
cia ls In
say w hy the c ase Is
w ouldn’t: s;
:o nfldential,
andn ow
co
confirm ed his office
K rocgercc
-nake sut:h a request,
d id n o t me
Castillo0 w orked for a landcom pany and ls«an
scaping ct
m c itizen. He w as
A m erican
with th e girl's family
friends wl
stayed a t her hom e,
a n d h ad 1si
ng to Novem ber
a ccording
cords in th e case.
c o u rt reco
T iiose ct co u rt .rccords o pen
v
a
I
1
'r i L :
'H i o m
e t
ne &
to benefit the Ike Klstler Safe House
k Ciiili Ccntcr of M a g l c ^ ^
th • l:00-6:00pm
Sunday • Dec. 14th
T h e f o l l o w i n g h o m ee s w i l l b e f e a t u r e d :
C tlR ld l
IS
Sherm & Loretta Mullins
ar
Shawn & Camille Barigar
Roger & Kelly Vincent
TREES
DouglM j
Linda Virgin
Steve & Pam Brown
Tammie Hall
l«iolderarcwclomicwitl»tkkct
H c k e U : •8®®-aiidrcnB&o
Package D r a w in g
H o lid a y P r iz e Pac
th e sh eriff's offlcc
release.
iver o f the m otor
B U iU S l
T he driver
K r
Falls
C ounty
h o m e. leff
Jeff H eath, 44,
Tw in
Fai
illc. W ash., w as
| | a
U ee authorities W oodlnvillc.
Sheriff's Offlc
e » MMain AvwMM
a m e d pe o p le n o t h u rtt in
ii (h e crash ,
o n F rid ay nna
>ln Falla • TM 40B0
Twrm
tt th e sheriff's
Involved In aa ni e a r h ead-on acc o rd in g’’ to
STOMHOU
alo
U.S,
ofTicc,
co llision
a ng
Tina
3 th
H is p assengers,
a ss
H ighw ay 93
i a t killed a
H eath, 41.
41. also from ^
passenger o)nT
n ’ hursday.
ille. a n d a child,
T
rt nr ear Hollister W oodlnvillc.
T he c rash
ued an d released
claim ed th 2e life
11 o f Gustavo w ere treated
according
i
33, o f from St. Luke's,
Lul
G onralcs-Clervanies,
en
;riff's office.
i
•V., according to to th e sherlfl
Jackpot, Nev.,
:r said
no one has
fl
rase Friday from
N ebcker
sj
a press releasi
rged
m
b e e n c h arg
e w ith a crim e,
the sheriff'si office.
ol
i:t.
at least yet.
C ervantess w
was riding In a
o n e crossed th e
0, driven
by Jose
“Som eone
Ford Dronco,
i
le an
-D 'onasio,
41, ce n te r line
a d som eone I s .
C a stan ed a-D
tp
ackpot.
decease1,"
d ." sh e said. “It
also from Jack
e aa driver will be
wnas taken by air looks like
D onaslow
: 'M
wiilh so m e th in g
a m b u la n c es to
i Sl. Luke's c h arg e d w
;iP
alley
M cdical b u t 1 c ani’t’t say
s w hat at this
M agic
Vall
point."
Center, w here
e n h e w as listed
rash is still un d e r
o o d c ondition.
T he crasli
Friday in gooi
itlon a n d deputies
D o n a siow as h eaded Investlgatloi
ng for blood alcoI
th e cenare w aiting
n o rth a n d crosscd
crt
;t results, sa id
n
ttin g a n oncom h ol test
ter line, h ltth
hom e, according
Ncbckcr,
ing m o to r ho:
r e n g e l ’s
ard w a re
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ipare to celebrate th e .season,,
o u r loved ones. As you prcpai
oul
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cries bioloM anagement fisherit
erson crew
gists and a 16*pers<
lone-Paiute
from th e Shoshom
Mrc D epartm ent have
hav plantng Dorsey
ed willows along
Creek to help th e are:
fo)m2007’s M urphy <
Fire.
'ilic leam w enl oonul In late
November, th e B1A11
and In tw o days plant
m ore than
:i,250 willows — mi
h e iBLM had
1,000 m orc lh a n th
Jioped for. T h e: j
■ d c s t% e d till thh e willows
along the stretch o f t!the creek.
along with o th e r ripa
etation.
rtllows were
The plan ted wlllc
b e rsatD u ck
cut by tribal m em ber
ceks eariicr,
Vallcy several w eek
d c iadditionand should provide
ib lta t a n d
al wildlife habit
uallty, facillimprove w ater quail
tatlng recovery o f th
th e burned
» ppurchased
a re a .n ie llIJv la lso
tribes a few
seeds from th e irib
weeks ago for use; in repairing
the M urphy slle.
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Jackson may heI'
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al 208-735-H3HO or
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shuwei
ty to th e lewd conduct
guilty
rges o n Oct, 20, and p o s^
chargc
525,000 bond, which w as
cil S2fi
iked 11 days later after he
revoke
n'l show up for a hearing
didn't
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planned .
development
standards
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Lc&s tlia n 100 d a y s} after
a
In
fire, g u tte d M a jn S tre
b ar an d
l ^ tc h u m ; la n d m a r k bai
• re sta u ra n t T h e S a w to o th Club
: byJani
orth wall
is s e t to rc o p e n .T h e norti
. transfi
d e stro y e d in th e fire hlaa ss b een
tto r th « S « p t.l5 .ll r « ;'
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fixed, a n d c u s to m e rs will
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d a lly th e b a c k bar.
MiM an d .d am ag e d T ta:,
House
N ex t d o o r, th e p it le ft w
1 here
S o w h a t d o c s .“su p e rio r"
iwtoothClub;
Sawto
Ihe old
W liisk ey Ja cq u e s' a n dJ ll
r c a lly m e an ?
m noon to 5: p:m.. artists
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willllpalntarnuralonwWtfr.v.
pa
e m p ty , a iid tlic c v id encc
n a carta n d Z o n in g c o m m is s io n1­ished
covering the
washfl
c d a w a y fro ro th e siteI is still at
e r s m e t o n T h u r s d a y lo0
M BlnStieet.portlonafitheV'
alnl
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s
.th
e
s
la
te
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m
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r
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a
ll
c o n s i d e r c h a n g e s t o its
la,
with
the
theme,'Winter
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e
:
B o ise , sa id K e tc h u m I
P l a n n e d U n it D e v e lo pI-- ..
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m e n t c rite r ia fo r s u p e riotrr
la sponsored by
T hsa event
w
d o n officer K ini Rogen The
d e s ig n .
tgeifnafinCohstjiiction,the ,
^Engeii
th e
d e p a r tm e n t is h a n d lin
B asically, if 0 d e v e lo p e;rr
iwlooth.Club;,The .'^ *,
Sawto
>gers. said
In v estig atio n , a n d Rogei
d e s ig n s a d e v e lo p m e nItt
Msevett Grille. Bob. Kantor,'
’ Rooic
IS
s h e h a s n o e s tim a te whi the
t l i a f i n d u d c s e le m e n ts
it»i 'S ofix> .6e6^ Kirk and
ivailable.
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JJjJ *
d i t i o n a l PU D , ( h e c o m1-­
loniK ltbilrKnntsmliisltW edDMsday
ili nlflit I t Tbe Sentootb ClDb, for a p r l n t e perty to
n rem H en,e»*K toni
illdohate.treeatobe'^nt-ly " s lie s a id ,c c h o ln g tb e
m is s io n
can
g r a nut
*Mr»rtifter«S«|rt.
15
Are.
m d u d reitom i tbe UBdmiih rttU i
fence.,,
e dJatonftthe
ak
m e n ts o f m a n y a ro u n d I
c h n n g e s to e le m e n ts s u c hh
im !3 to 6 p .m „ the .
From
night,
I
t
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n
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e
d
n
e
sd
a
y
a s lo t siz e, d e n s ity a n d lo t
saw
tt
Martin1 ppire v io u s ly to ld th e
awtboth
will officially m Nickel m e k n o \v iflc a n ccom
o n e In and kllchen, some; tof w hich \vere
Sawriooili o w n e r T o m
s lia p e .
?ws
s
h
c
h
a
s
re
te
iv
e
d
’
fgope
Ing
the
building
Ttmes-News
lopen
an open house
J, ddescribing needed to brlnj
h a n k th e help,'" Nickel said,
h o s te d a n e v e n t lo thoi
W h iit th e c o m m is s io nI-­
:on f r o m th e c ity 's
- 'f eSjtu
t u, r i n g W p l f i e n t S r y r ^ '- '
tov In the up to code. All11ithe c arpet was . perm ission
fire fig h te rs a n d c o n
n tra
tr c io rs his trips around town
e r s h a v e b e e n f a c in gg,.
gppe)
wood rcOnLshed Planning; aatn d Z o n in g d e p a r tppetlzers and drinks. The
:cuc
n ust have replaced, Ihe w(
t h a t m a d e Ih e rescu
i a n d past few m onths. “1 m
th o u g h , a re u n c le a r re g uJ-­
n
b
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to
reb'
awtooth
Isrequesthlgthst
es a day."
and the dcconii
r e s to ra tio n o f h is bb uu siness heard that 10 limes
l a t i o n s o n w h a t t h o sie
e
y,ose
lose ^ 0 attend donate to
lOved for smoke awaiting aarn in s u r a n c e se ttle senior proj- funiiture remo\
Jerry Odcgard, set
p o s s ib le . S p e c u la d omn a b o u l
su p e rio r,
a b o v c r a n d1*
* .
c o rg e Kirk, c o -o w n e r
^ le Hunger
h
atment.
ment. Gcor
Coalltkm.
Engelmann, and water trcali
Aras flying ect manager for En
ti5
th e cauS e o f tlie fire wras
b e y o n d d e sig n e lem e n tis
c H
I’t believe is, you of the Orc
Mo u se p ro p e rty , h a s
vlth
26
sub“Wliat I can’t
a lm o s i a s fast a s it diid
id in th e estim ated that with
a r c . T h a i 's le d t o w h aa tt
5
Tim
es-News
h
e
is
ny smoke," said lold th e 7
^ eeks o f caiVl smell any
b u t th e contractors, ninIC
e w
d a y s aA er th e b laze,!, fa
c o u n t y p la n n e r S h a nl a
nplclcd
o n th e whitelg d e s ig n c o n c e p ts c o m p l
nipiain w ith Sun
reviewing
lebration.
w ork a n d a bitit Iless th a n Blair Boand, ca]
.s p irit w as o n e o f cele
b
S w e ltz e r . c a lle d a " le g aa ll
ihed
h ile c is a n d p r o s p c c - w ashe
t plywood covering the
cpartm ent, w ho with archill
were m ore Valley lire Dep
lub will 5500,000, Iherc wt
T h e S a w to o th Club
a.<5sauh" o n th e o r d in a n c ec.. .
next
door. M ain Street will
mts.
N
e
ith
e
r
cotiW
b
e
p
it
nex
th
e
W
ednesday
live
tenants
i-fio u rs p ut stopped fay tli
I re o p e n t o th e p u b lie
lic to d ay than 9,000 man-fn
To a v o id legal c h a lle n g eIS,
s,
r Ih ls sto ry .
b e wwell
c ll o n its w ay to recovery
for
laM ooth bet- nlglil party. 1leevwas on a ladder reached fo
Into m aking tho SaM
s' .u rith a n o p e n h o u se .
tlie c o m m is s io n Is r e v is­
n the
ll devastating blaze,
A few sm
sn a ll d e ta ils r e m a in fro m
c-flre.
truck on Sept.t. 15 and fou^U
ler than il was pre-fli
■ N ickel c r e d lu a n eextraordixt
i n g Ih e o r d in a n c e to s p eC-.
c-'
is Nickel
explained, “'There
cen c a r c o f b e fo rc th e
As
N
ping
prevent
it
to
betaken
Ihe
n
ew
back
the
fire,
hdpli
o n ira c to r
In addition to the
n a r y e ffo rt fro m coni
ify th e k in d o f e le m e nits
ts
e g in s s tr e a m in g in
w a5s aa hole, a n d now we’rc
cs bbrick arch- from spreadinglg to m ure build- public bbeg
ctlon
anti bar, which features
E n ^ l m a n n C onsirucU
i
a n d n u m b e r o f e le m e nits
ts
ng
- cco r d s n e e d to b c g o in g to
t b c whole."
,ves. th e con- ings o n Main SiSlrect. "The sad today —
r
his
abllies
and
glass
shelves,
o
r
its
s
u
b
c
o
n
tra
c
to
rs
fo
r
hi
n e e d e d to d e fin e 's u p o r lo r
wcked ip.
up. llglit b u lb s p u l in
Ihc central part was wcc lost W hiskey
^ t o ic o p e n sb qu ic kidy
ly — a n d tractors replacedJ lli
d e s ig n .
iriel Hansen may ix
Aria
sockets——b u t N ickel w ill b c
refurbished lacques’, b ut ;I Karin (M artin,
th e p u b lic r e s p o nsc
s e d id n ’t lireplacc mantic,, rc
“T h e in te n t w a s to liml it
died at 208-7B8-3475 or
n d w h e n , b y S a iu rd a y reachc
ready. And
and m ade n ow ner of thee pm perty) has
the
bathroom
s,
anc
i
n
h
u
r
t
ellh
er.
s o m e o f ih d a u b je c tiv lty 'In
visen&ma^cvalley.coni
, aa p la n n e d m u r a l is aliaiist
ig
lo
rebuild."
evening,
inges
to
th
e
said
she's
going
said,
'Let
n
um
ber
o
f
changc
left
‘ " E v ery b o d y h a s sal
th e s t a n d a t d r . s d d C h ie
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D ep u ty
' P r o s e c u t inl g
A tto rn tiy T lm 'G ra v e s . "Mliy
y
. .
_
g o a l is to g e t a W y froim
m
o u r c u rre n t s ta n d a rd ,
w h ic h sa y s . ‘S u p e r io r
unt drMng
without prMieges; $500
ays jail. 10 suspended: sli
count
d
<jcd, credit for lime
fee; 10days]
d e s ig n is w h a t w e sa y it
)oii. nme suspended
5lh
offense; $1,000 fine,, $400
$4C suspendRecent octMty in TWmFalls1County
Ca
c. $300
r o llo n .
fine.
$^ suspended; $90.50 cosu;
ins probation; thrco
months probi
r5 putM
served; 12 monlhs
rolKMng;
ed; $90.50 costs; $75
(x defendls .'“
DisiM Coun iflctuded uwI roll
'5 public
!goy, 24. Twin Falls: petit
$75
pu defender foe; 30 days Jail.
$500 fine,
Orlando ESegoy
counts injury to 0a cniKi:
c
erfee; 160 da>9 jail, 170 suspended:
A fte r h e a r in g f ro m thh e
I
suspended,
two days worV detail;
ended
to
aiding
In
a
misdo26$us
d. per
theft; amendi
peodcd 365
$400 suspended.
i count; sU
KTY
drMngprMlcges suspend
II-­
Twm RUis coum
ving privileges suspended 90 days;
p u b lic . I n c lu d in g m e m
drMng
lit tor
meanor; $300
$30 fine. $300 suspended;
bation.
months Jail, credit
I time served.
IENTS
days; 12 months probatk)
nBOAVARRAJONMOf
probation; ooo court vWaosu; $75 public defender
sixI monms
mor
b e r s o f th e W o o d R iv,cerr
$75.50 cosu
drwng
Is; possesAllison R. Mode, 21. TWn
<iHnftlls;
r
,nc
Lort J. Trevino. 38. TWn fMs;p
n of protection ordor dismissed,
ttonof
IOR SENTENCINOS
fee; 180 cays
day! Jail. 180 suspended; 12
L a n d ’lYust a n d C itiz e n s
MISDEMEANOR
aneoiDec.
under ihe Influence; wWihold
wWih Judgment
slonofocontrolMsubttanci
nM
irobatlon,
Juan
M., GuzmaoAMru. 16. TwWFalls;
months pmbi
1500 suspended;
Bartwra A. Poyno..48.
4i Nampa: possesf o r S m a r t G ro w th , th e
1,000 bond;
granted; $800 fine, $500
igprslirrttiiiryheflrli«$1.0(
Iv1r«without pnvHcges; $500 fine.
rreirn Jt, 28. Jeromo: drMng
drMng
aphemaiia; wlihrioid
George ftrrelr
vsjail,88sussionofdwgparapf
*90.50 costs; 90 days
ja
c o m m is s i o n e r s
m a dUC
e
puDCie defender appolntet)J
JOO suspended: $90,50 cosu; 10
rMlegos.twoormorDOffon»>
$300!
fl;
$800
fine.
$500
without
prMk
eday4orwd.one
Judgment
granted;
• pended. o c d l for one dai
s o m e c h a n g e s t o th e p rroo­
lysjaii. 10 suspended; driving prMM
fln«;$800
suspended;
daysjj
j,50cosu;'$75euuc
es;
$1,000
n
^prMlceMSossuspended; $85,51
TOE
day worn detail; drtvlngpf
OAMNO UNDER TM
i
ges suspended 90 days; sli monlhs
p o s e d o r d in a n c e b e f o) r e
«a:180do y#iail.l50»u$leges!
$90.50 cost:
2 months
prooadefender fee: 90} days
d Jail. 90 susMtNOS
pendcd 180 days; 12
mo
WFura^C8So^D^ct^
suspended
probai
I h e m . D e v e lo p e rs m uJSs tl
Iths probationr
•' -pended; ibMr«-<]rtvM|es
drM
pended; 12 month;
Uort.
‘
R H b en o R M .M w a7 .BBuhl;orw
rf
eshla F. Mann. 18. Gooding; battery;
Kstl
AneshU
8.1W<nftUs;drMr^
.180 days:
sb months probation.
fulflH t h r c c 8 itc * n e u tra
frei.56.1Wn
Solon L Short. 18.
ifluenco:
Juan A. SakfMir«uticrrei.
i r fl
count «»Mngi«»ef the mnoe
thheW Judgment granted; $500 fine,
Gonol«.17.CasUefon);drv
withhe
s. two
r e q u ir e m e n ts ,' '
and
10 kifluence:
without pMieges.
i or moro Odens- ' DanW A, Goa
Je d ;* 9 0 i0 .
. ftlls; drMfl# (Oder U»
mi
: ssoothe.oooiuspended:
too suspended; $75.50 cosU: $75
uiprMleges;
*500 fine,.
$4001
i200 suspended:
ing without
p
uspended:
es; $500 fine, $20
llfor53day»
$ 1 W J fine, $900 suspe
I n d u d e "a th lx tu re ’ o f s esv
v -­
cow ; 180 dtyijaU. credit
(0
Ibllc defender (eo: lOdaysJaii.sta
spended; $90.50 cosu; $75
public
175 pubOc defender
$300 susper
lys
Jail.
86
sus$75.50
cosu;
$7S
Mspended
$9050
cosu;
90
days
)a
»wved:drMneprMlegM»Wi
e r a l o t h e r s it e - s p e c ifIflC
ic
jspended. credit (or time seft«d;stt
fender (ee; 30 days Joil, 28
susper
1. 70
pubuc defenc
mmunlty sentee;
fee; 90 days Jail.
7 suspended, credit
»atlon;no
pended. t « days commu
160 days: 24 monlhs pneat
cnitis probation,
o p tio n s
fo r
s u p e r ii oo rr
Ed. two days wo(l( detail; dnvmontti
erved.
two
days
house
suspended.!
ipendedl60
for
eight
days
serv
drMngprMlegessuspcnc
alcohol.
nnetn R. Blggers. 53. IMn F60s; hunt
(ges suspended 90 days: sU
Kcnnetl
d e s ig n .
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to
servo
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ithout archery permit; $500 fine.
yobation.
wlthou
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l
for
3C5
days;
sil
monthsprob
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leges suspended f
•itessive:
hol.
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400 suspended: $83 cosu; 10 days
rompklns.
50.
Kimberly:
one
$400
Dn.
DrucoE.Tom(
jrrano.34.Buhl;
monlhs probation,
w ill b e 10 p e rc c n t c o m ­
jnded;
J m s R. CardenavSemw
$ l.000flne.$6 00»ujpend(
ill, 10
vlr«
without
prMleges;
$500
Jail.
1C suspended; sl* months protocr.52.0uhi;thoftby
count drMng
dcr Ihe
wain A. Poindeilcr.
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I influence:
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{
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f>ne, $300 »i
spended; $90.50
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V9 served,
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pended. crwn lor iM d<v9i
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nd
ended for one year,
pende
0 suspended;
$75.50
30 daysjail.
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jfender fee; 30
$300 fine, $300
s
our
days
work
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defend
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.
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sun K. Egbert 25. Twin ftlis; felony
w a t e r c o n s e r v a tio n te c h ­
ail; drMng
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work detail;
i
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costs; 14 dajs joii,
joii aedlt for lime
wspended
days Jail. 27 suspended.
detail; diMf«pnvUe^ sum:
isuffWent funds chock; amended 10
jys; six mcnttts probaiion; one
nsufn
n iq u e s .
iins probation; $40
ed 90 days:
pmrtlegas su»
senrtid: sta month'
o6aOon;no
tlme»en*d:dJWneprMl
365 daw 12 months pittat
itsdemeonor; $500 fine, $400 susmisde
count nortnsun>nee:»500f«e.$400
ms
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12 m
months
protwtestftuUon.
pended 180 days; 12
ended: $75.50 costs: $75 public
led; 10 days Jail, eight suspende
25,
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ftlls;
peUt
suspended:
jccuntdrMig
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21
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e
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wash.; ono
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fh®
Afim A. lolson. 40, Camas.
efender foe; 10 days Jail, eight sustwo
days
wor1
(
detail;
su
defen
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smissed,
theiu m w ded lo
nfluencn;
wKJwut pMicgM dismis
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Ingg
count dtMng under me Influ
ended. credit (or time sened; SM
probation.
pendo
ime.
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suspended;
.monthsproC
4.TwttWls;one
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Ided; $90.50
Dale R. Hl«endorf, 34.
T»
$60OAne.S3COsut()ende(l
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ty p ic a l t a m m t i hlity
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w o r k e r c o u ld a ff o rd —
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s
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erved.or>edqr
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suspenddis»«t( detail; drtvtngprivileges
prMh
alcclnl: one C0U4 openI container
cor
onuis probollon;
ed 180 days; 12 monUi:
p a y m e n i.
n\lwed.
mtopenccnulner:
ftils;dming
no alcohol; one coum
o(
Peggy L S4TiAh.es,.'M nU
h
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ispended; 10 days
^heid Judgment
$500 fine, $500 suspn
Ific,
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w h ic h a re s it e - s p e c if
ic
>0 »suspertded;
io nn
grsnied: $500 fine. (300
I n c lu d c r o a d m itig a tio
Jan. 29 susI K K n B n S in
*90.50 costs; 30 days )ail.
lo c a tio n o f h o u s in g n e ai
served: driving
K ,lpended. cr«liUor Ume serv
s e t s
D r u ii m
r
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r o a d s o r c itic s , pu b lU
days: SIX
a
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r e c r e a t io n a l
a m e n llle
i
itl®s
momjisprobawn:no#iccn
iconoi.
$ 6 5 9 ! !
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sie«naCnoctof,47.Klmb
lik e p a rk s o r p a th s . I nIterte r
hheid Judgment
under the mfiuenco:vflhhei
a m p l e t e s e t s in c lu iddce t h r o n e ,
c o n n e c tiv ity w ith a d joo in
in X) suspended;
gramed:*500ftoe.$3009
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^ m b a l s , b a s s p e d a ll,
l, a^ n d f i v e
J8«,nlrwsusnr
$90.50 cosu: 10 doy«)8ll.
o f f - s lt e
m itig a tio n .. o
sen«d; dtiving
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n Ui c e u p
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under the Influenco;
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hou ses
P a c k a g e s O n >iy
ly $ 2 7 9 1 !
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_____ _ ■ - j .
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a n d b u s s to p s . ^
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d
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'
p i c kk ss a n d s t r a p
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o n e o r m o r e p u b lic b e nnec Oon; one count malicious
u sui r ^ io
fits n o t o n th e list — pp ee ir in g
property dismissed.
h a p s g e o th e r m a l h e aKtin
E v e r y D li ieg i t a l
w n Foils: dnvQf
Matthew S. Smith. 33.7*10
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;$ 8 0 0 flne.
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r c p ic n ls h m c n t o f th
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$400 wsoended; $90.50
a q u ife r.
puDiic defender fee: 180 d
A n d A c oo i u s t i c J j r
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ast
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BrBeoBoiUa
____
Tlme»Wew» writef_________
:t iis
Filer Schoo) D istrict
m aking plan s lo sta rt new
nc
constru ctio n , p ro je c ts next
ne;
y ear th a t will in clu d c a new
ne
intcrm cdiato school a n d an
a
cight-classroom ad d itio)n
n to
i
.
th e high school.
:cep t
T hc d istrict w ill acce]
■y for
b id s until early F ebruary
r<
scing
th c projccis, w hich a re belt
funded thrqugh a $16.4I milml
lion bond issue tliat thoi dlsdi
trict’s voters p assed in May.
Mii
help
T hc new projects will he
r
m eet growth n e e d s for thc
tl
d istric t p ro je c te d for• th
tl c
)crln*
next 10 years, said Supcrl:
ten d e n t lo h n G raham .
“Wc d o n ’t h av e en oough
u|
room ." h e said.
:dlatc
T hc new In term ed
ia
urth*
school will h a v e fourt
th ro u g h slx th 'g ra d e stust
c c up
dents, wWch also w ill free
i
classroom sp a c e a t Filer
FII
Filer
Elem entary School a n d1 Fil
Middle School.
“It gives u s ro o m to groA
ncipal
said Greg Lam ing, princij
o f th e m iddle school.
radcrs
Bccausc th c sixth-gradi
mediwill go to the n ew Intermci
Ive mid*
o ic school, four o r five
jm s will
die school classroom
D ecause
b cc o m e available. Dc
kvth,
o f e n ro llm e n t grow
tl th e
m id d le school h asI h a d to
nm
take step s to accom
ir o datc
n c lu dlng
m o rc stu d e n ts, Incl
•oom for
u sing an a rt clossroo
o th e r classcs d uring• pp<arts o f
i.
the day, Laming said.
ie new
C onstruction o n dUn
Inicrm cdiaie school1 is likely
h o r early
to sta rt In lale M arch
April, d ep e n d in g ooin th c
w eather.
/hich will be
The building, whic
Filer
lo cated
n eira r
chool,
is
E lem entary
Sch(
In th c fall
expected to o p enn Ir
!S.
ofZO lO forclasscs.
>ol addition
T he high school
o o ner.prob- vrill be finished soon
09 o r eariy
ably in la te 2009
clals said.
2010, d istrict oflicial
district will
Next yeor. th c dis
concessions
be p u tting in a cor
ers a n d rest*
building, b leachers
room s 'to c rea tcs aa football
com plcx n e a r tlth e high
ly, th e high
school. Currently,
school u ses a a Held th a t’s a ^ I U h
J2 3 2 B " • « « «
Leon r
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Pr
M adsen said,
“Wc have [o
to use a b u s for
,” he
I
S40.
*200733-6737
hom e g am es.”
I said.
40 AcWison Avo. • TWn Fails, ID183301
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v ill also help
to Flier ■
pay for ro o f repairs
k
E lem en tary a n d H ollister I mupoNM
aleltem
any Non-sale
a n d ■ aND
E lem en tary Schools
2
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fo th c m iddle . ' r£C£IVL~
school’s w est en
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s u p p o rt
th e
propos
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si:
voted
A total o f 33 p e o p le voi
sntlHc
on lin e In th e u nsclent!
poll.
som e
The following w ere so:
o f Ihc c o m m e n ts th
il at
accom panied re a d e r vote
ives in
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• "They p u t them seivcj
]
this position, w hy d o wvcc tax*
t
' " p ayers need to b a ll th em
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• “A total rc-iool a n d orgaor
nlzallonal re s tru c tuirc
re is
n e eded. Each co m p :
should trim th e ir pro d
lin es a n d o ffer 3><1 ms
el-cffllines an d m oke all fucl-c
Jnio n s
d e n t an d affordable. Unli
onceswill nee d to ta k e conc
10 get
sions an d n o t expect to
ploycc.
S30 a n h o u r p e r emplo)
Make a ’b lue-collar’ ca r >
blue collar p ricc to fit a tb lue
collar economy.”
• “The big th re e n eed uto be
allowed to fall, d eclare bank*
ba
u nions
ruptcy, get rid o f th c uni
onsible
that are largely rcspons
for their c u rren t proble
reorganize a n d th e nn sstart
fresh. M any o th e r fore
foreign
m ufacca r com panies are m anu
turing In th c U.S. and arc
h e big
very profitable. If thc
th ree w an t to a c t like
Ilk a
dinosaur. Ict th e m die like
th c dinosaurs!!!”
uslness
• “W hen Is b ig bush
going
Including g o v em m en l gi
islness?
to operate lik e .a busin
an not
Norm al b u sin e ss can
operate In th c red.’
compa*
• “i think th e oil con
ions o f
nies w ith th e ir trillion
should
profit the last 7 y ears shi
b e th c big b a c k e rs of th c
bailout n o t th c taxp ay er
Dut there w as so mnee sup*
:
port for th e b ailout.
■The only reaso n 1 d
for th e th o u sa n d s o f pc
who It w ould affect if thi
3 failed," co m m e n te d o ne
reader.
rSTeX
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King
Brian David Mn
A<a:30
DMCription: 5 feet. 93 Inchim
es; 150
pounds,
brown hair,
hazel eyes
Wanted foi
Probation'
lation. original
orig
charge of
felony Insufficient funds
check. $75,000 bail.
The M o M b County
ShM (nO ffic«8Skssn
ssnyone with Informationn on
King call 208-735-1913
911 or
Crime Stoppers a t 20&
>sters
732-5387 where Upstei
can remain anonymous
end may be eligible fora
for
cash reward.
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m a y h a v e ssaa' v e d lives la st
Mc id e n tifie d h im s e lf a s aI . .
He
S a tu rd a y a It
t £S m ith ’s r o o d &
v m m
orting; f l ^
rry
"We wish ytJH u merry
Chrisuiuis,
rry“We wlshyati a merryChristmas.
ny
"We wish you a merry
py
Christmiis and a happy
r e v e n uce th
tl ro u g h th e fro n t d oor,
So wh hy yIs th e Id a h o S ta te Tax
c u ttin g 63 jo b s in
C o m mlission
iss
its a u dititaan d c o lle c tio n s dlvlsio n ?
all te m p o ra ry
T h e see folks,
fi
w o rk ers.
rs ,h1e lp th e s la te c ollect
x c o lle c tio n s h a v e b e e n
taxes. ra
Tax
inggd o w n w a rd In Id a h o
sp ira llin
a s t fe w m o n th s ,
f o r th eI ppa
N ot th
thaat t h e c o m m is s io n h a d
m u c h cchhot lc c a b o u t th e layoffs.
T h e a ;ency
g e n is a m o n g th o se
o rd e r edd eea rlie r th is m o n th by
Gov. C. L.LO tte r to H elp t h e s ta te
c u tS lS30
O im illio n fro m its b u d g se a l y e a r 2009.
e t in flsca
w ill s a v e t h e th e
■ T h e layoffs
lay
$1.1 m illio n . B ui
c o m m ilssion
is s
h o w mluucch w ill th e y cost?
^
—
M H H M
I
\
EVERYBOWS
G
CARY
rr
C lack
iT
I
1
—
NetuYear.“
/o u didn't, ^bu didn’t show
you
up singing at m y house,
ups
dem anding som e figgy pud­
den
ding an d d ien claiming you
dim
won't go until you get some!
wot
Was
V figgy pudding the
crack o f 16di-century
cnii
England,
m aking its addicts
En{
cravc
era' it so badly they'd
threaten
you for It?
thn
"We won't go imtil iw! get
some
"So bring some out here!"
W hat a kind an d ih
tl o uglitgroup of
ful thing to do: a gro
ir-to-door
people going door*t(
^libors not
wishing dieir nelglik
stm as but
)ust a m cn y C hristn
also a happy NewI year.
yc
T hat’s followed by m ore
good wrlshes:
ve ibring lo
“Good lidliiffs lue
you and your kin.
‘o r
"Good tidingsfor
happy New
Christmas and a hOi
Year."
,
l i n g i ri s u b iu r b i a
lp u d d
E x to i
is the season o f
s tm a s
I
nonstop ChristiT
J L enrols ringing ou
over radios and mall soound
ur
systems — and Christma!
m as
pageants where th at o nnelite1
tie boy Is always sln ^ n g
lan
'Jingle Bclis” louder lhan
everyone else.
Carols Ihat rem ind uass of
c
•n tan
Christm as' w ondcm icnt
i d
md
joy an d d ie good will and
generosity It Inspires.
O ne o f the oldest a nid
d best
t
loved o f these songs Isi “We
“V
Wish You a Merry
>usly ‘
Christmas,'' a n Insidiousl
deceptive song that is,, withwl
it ai
an d
o u t a doubt, the rudest
Istm as
m ost threatening C hrlstr
so n g ever written.
k tc
to
I'h e song dates back
1, at
and
IG tlvcentury lingland,
w hile Its co m poscrls
u m e It
unknow n, w c can ossum
w ns som eone with h om
u nndary
sense
Issues and an ulevaiedcl sc
o f entitlem ent.
rry
“We Wish You a Merry
leasant,
Christmas,’’ w ith its plea;
sing-along m elody b er^
^n s
aning
cheerily and well-meanli
cnougli:
TVvin Falls C o u n ty/dde p u t y a n d
v o u ld d e ta in
to ld th e m a n h c woi
ills p o lic e g o t
h im u n til TNvin Falls
th e re . T h e n D an spp n a n d th e
c u s to in e r s fo rcedI th e u n c o o p c ra tlv c m a n to th ec g§ ro u n d .
m a n a lle g e d T h a t’s w h e n th eB n
lib e r h a n d g u n
ly p u lle d a .4 0 -c a llb
.v ca tsh irt.
fro m u n d e r h is swc:
D a n s o n y elled “g tu n ” a n d
im m e d ia te ly g rababbie d t h e m a n ’s
rig h t h a n d to c o nitro
tn l t h e
/V nothcr c u s lo a d e d w e a p o n . An
s p c c t in a
to m e r p u t th e suspi
h c a d lo c k u n til thic
e g( u n w a s
ta k e n aw ay,
sc c to r,
JEERS: In th e p>rlvatc
rl\
ru le t h a t in
it's a n u n w ritte n ru!
icsscs s h o u ld n 't
h a r d tim e s busines:
la y o ff e m p lo y e e s w h o b r in g
]
\W k I V ^
Jt~“\
r /
|
h
IJ
\ \|
\
rrC L i.
$ T L :^
—
xssomepggy
ct: n ot only
"Oh. bring us
sc.
Now that’s sweet:
you a m erry
piulding
aro they wishing yoi
issomeftasy
ap p y New
"Oh. bring tis
sc
Christmas an d a hlia]
family, even - pucUUng
Year, but all y our far
^fgpod cheer."
lu w
"Andacupof^
those relatives you
^ ouldn’t
lays to.
wish happy holiday
ite. I thouglit
icn takes an
Wail a minute,
But the song then
'ing for free o ul
th e carjilcrs
y'lill were singin}^
om inous tu m a s thi
of the Q iristmlaass spirit and
b e ^ n to beg, e v einn tbecom ing
heart.
lhe good will in your
y
insistent:
be en walking
■fhie. you’veL‘be
cold for a while
omeJJgg}’
around in the! col
‘Oh, bring us som
sliould offer
singing and I slio
pudding
Don't
you know you can be
E
legally shot if you show up
unini^ted o n someone's
uni
property dem anding som e
figgy pudding a n d threaten­
ing not to leave until you get
some?
sor
Anyway, ifyou're com ing toI
m y house to vtrlsh m c a merry
Christm as and a happy New
Year,
Ycj shouldn't you be bring­
ing
ing me die figgy pudding?
Isn’t
Isn that what Q iristm as is allII
about — ^ v ln g and n ot mak­
abi
ing direatening demands?
Ing
So ifyou’re com ing to my
house
o n Q iristm as Eve. youI
ho
bring
brl th e pudding, b ut makeI
itIt bt anana. And you’re not
leaving
until I get some.
lea
"S
mw
l
rtt"
4—jj i
A
y lW
^
refreshm ents. But
you som e re
to wait until
you're not going
g<
som cdilngTThat
I offeryou sc
}sc to offer refreshIs, iflchoost
showing
m ents to siUTingers
ir
o u n c e d a tm y
up unannou
in d s ln ^ n g s o n g s l
doorstep an
Licst?
And
n ol only
didn't requc
do you notit \wait for m e to
some h o t chocolate
offer you soi
es,y o u ask sp ecin an d cookies
ggy pudding?
cally for figg
lolnt. w ithout ^ v A lthlspo
iichomeoxvner
a chance
Ing the
I
y an
to say
ai jlh in g , d ie carolers
m e direatcning:
become
at friends.
m ake great
o n e w ants to join
ts, they c an look up
u U n g o rg fo ratro o p
rea
in their orer
IELL GOODMAN
nan
nagerais
[up failing auto com pap lnguf
nlcsan
and th e ir ouuageously
p a id workers.
ovcrpai
M CARVER
HM<
iirley
.
Burli
^ en « n'fgoH nf//u*gef
"Wen
•
some.
/i' tM)H'r go untl/ uvgel
"Wt-n
•,
some.
/eivo n 'tg o u n iiiu v^l
"IVcr
some.
?,
•
0 bring some out hercT
"Soh
no, no, no. no, n a No,
NJ,o,n
S
Qtry
Clack is a columnist
'
for
fot tiie San Antonio ExpressNeivs.Writciohim at
Ne
cclack&express-imvs.net.
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assistance to p u t o uitt tl:
iyear. there was a black
icldcntally,
myself.
Thisyc
and,coIncli
re v\vas
Tire. Although th e fire
The gove
v em m ent can buy
labout
oui there abandoned. Wc
„ « o n d „.fr Reasons for‘ sscc o u tin g
s, there
G ooding residents
o ut w ithin m om ents,
tl
e told b y other campers
uzzllng m otoriiom e
w ercu
mygas-gU2
I'm writing; Ihis
thi letter as a
ible
w ant to extend a th
i a n k you
w as still a considerable
h a d b e e n out there for
up
at
an
Inflated
sheha<
for
m
y
com
m
uand
pickup
R
re
requirement
for
to th e G ooding Fii
am o u n t o f sm oke in1 th e cor>0 wrecks. People vrere tryir U
thrccv
!rit badge.
My
price and
I' g o b u y a n c w
1
D epartm ent a n d Bill
I C anine nicalions m erit
ridor.
to get h e r but she w as too
IngtO]
vehicle ofth
f tle sam e brand.
topic Is "Why^ Boys
Be Should be
for their p ro m pH
t aa n d effecT he G ooding Hire
re d o fth e m .I a m a n a n llose o fa neW, green
scared
M
ypurcha
T
h
e
i-ire
in
Scouts."
]
a
n
d
live
assistance.
Th
D epartm ent arrived r
1lover. I guess she knew
friendlycarw illbcnm allo'
Id b e In Scouts
an d eco-fri
sp o n se tim e
Hoys should
resident
D epartm ent respc
assisted in ensu rin g’ re
t
s I w as the only one she
alesman, th e dealerthalaas
how 10 tie
cHl the sale
bc*cause thc7/ leam
let
safety, v entilating thitc
e corri(
w as so quick a nidd th
' e fireild com e t a We now own
would
loot guns and
ship, themmanufaaurcr. the
iful th a t we
knots and shoot
m oke
fighters so helpful
d o r to rem ove the smo
lack
lab a s diere was n o
h
e
suppliers—
a
b
lad
•shelters.
Some
unions,
the
po
rt
that
how
to
m
ake
sh
tlic. walls
are p roud to repoi
a n d checking th e attic,
iTwc
ly. Since I’m a laxway
w could leave her there
ISai
are you Icam
everybody,
other reasons
make
Gooding is veryjr bbllessed to
an d o tiier areas to mal
d wi U l.in d iee n d .b e
to He.
die.She has been beaten
he Qag and you
payer and
csslonal fire
how to fold thei
have such profess
sure there w ere n o o th e r iiot
rthefew uiIliondolb a Idaanr d she does not like
iiiguips.
paying >for
la n k y o u ,
go on cam ping
i
‘veni,
d epartm ent, T har
spots. During tills evei
ilus packages dial
m ennso
s I a m guessing it w as a
Scout camp I
■ larstim ulu
One tim e at S
ity w as
Captain Pat!
dam age to the facility
n that h a d beat her so
jress Is going to give
m antl
In a shelter that 1
ourC ongn
SURE
had to sleep Ins
residents
TRACI TREASU
. negligible a n d the resi
Uy. I think they left her *
yhow, w hy can't I .
badly,
awayanyh
made as parttooff i h e
dan g er
Gooding
w ere kept from anyr da
re to
and o u t an d feel
diere
l cUe, b ut ^ c was too
Survival Merit
have myhhi
Wilderness Sun
of
(Editor's note:■;l>aci
71
thanks to th e quick; action
ac
jn g to g lv e u p .
strong
patriotic for
fo doing It?
7dministmtor Badge.
7hvunnr is the adt
staff, Mr. C anine a nidd Ithe fire
lU I w ould w ant to say is
’, bbu t this idea m akes
AUI
its 1becausc 1
Funny,
\dsof
Hove Scouts
at Helping Hands
departm en t.
ATccan y ou tak e ln a d o g ,
Icam m any useful
use
things and
as much, sense
s< to m e as prop- h o w
Gooding)
M elpingllands ofif
O n Sunday, Dcc. 7,■
Helping H ands o f Good
oodlng
experienced a sm all flrc
wlien an exhaust fan fn
linen ciosct overheated
7,
,
Staff responded quickij
a family m em ber o f oni
J h ls
th e residents offered hi
T H E
L I G HH
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By Garry Trudeau.
B
Doonesbury
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romuuM Aunruv
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fe w
n-
y - S
Ri
Reader
coiTectsmistaiie
In your Dec. 12 editorial,
you
y« stated. 'Adicnlans m an­
aged
aj to e r e a die Acropolis
:e
instead
o f just anodicr police
ir
stadon."
The Athenians did
st
not
n erect die acropolis. No
d.
one
o did, cxcept pertiaps God.
In
Ir Latin, "aero" m eans
IS
“extreme
point": polls means
“(
“dty."
Thus, th e acropoUsls
‘c
die
d highest point In any city.
io
In
h Adiens, th e acropolis is the
highest
point In the d ty on
h
which
d ie Parthenon Is built.t.
V
PENNY GLENN
IW ln FaUs
s
POLITICS
By Bnjce Tinsic)
ley
M allard1 F
I illm o re
'IHOUtATHtrtKfTttM
KMMnmtrrsisnKHAs
SttOKHUtlHtf _
^\MVKTPAf%' ffl
0O F
have
ha h er spayed an d dien
beat
be h er so ba d and leave herr
there
th to die? People Uke dial
should
never be able to have
sh
pets,
P< o r kids for that matter. I
am stUI the only one she is
ar
not
>» afraid of: I don’t know if
slie will ever take to olher
^
people.
AU I know Is slie is a
rt
good
gc clog dial w ould not hurt
anyone
o r anything. So
ar
;r.
sham
st e on you for beadng her.
JOYCE ANDOE
Ierom e
rsiiw 1
W 6C oU »x
.^ ^ 3 ) 0 0 :
nartrnmiM-
^
m f f 'S f f B r
\/a in i< fls lo c :
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OPINION
1ta»Nin,M iFA .Idiht
Letihsqftham
m
PadPalooza
thanks spooson
OMobetfest
apologizes for etror
The Paul Palooza would
like to thank thc foUowing
sponsors forth cir donationn
at this year’s cvcnu
e's
American Legion, Arlene's
nc,
Bookkeeping, BarplayCranc,
Barclay Mcchanical, Glen.
des
Anderson, Mark and Lourdes
eld
IDelgado and family, Fairfield
Iiui, HandylVuck Line, Icc!
Cold Icc, IcntzchKcarl
Farms, IGocpfcr Concrete,
n re
Les Schwab Magic Vallcy.Tlre
At.
o f Paul, Merrill's Poultry, Mr.
Gas an d Wash, M ore/s
Steakhouse, Palooza
Committee m em bers, M isty
Lynn Peterson, Red
'''
Crosland, Art Smith, Snake
°
River Flats, Speedcraft
Printing, Swenson's, West
st
End Flrc Department. West
les
End Fire Departm ent Ladles
Auxiliary.
T hanlu to all of you, thcI
ss.
Palooza was a great succcss.
DALUN FISHER
Chairm an
Palooza Com m ittee
••
Paul
......................
We would sincerely like
Ilk to
apologize for not In d utiding
dl
D o u g a n d M o ry A sh oiff
Stitchln’T lm e ln d u r
Oktoberfest th a n k y o uj aaid .
re a
Doug and M ary b o th aarc
ntow n
valuable asset to downtc
a n d th eir help a n d contr
ntrlbu*
lions for Oktoberfest we:
»cic
very m uch appreciated.
Thank you from all o f us
PAMWRIGHT
ER
KATHY SCHROEDER
D owntown Events
Com m ittee
IW ln Falls
Senior center ■
thanks donors
j S enior
T he Silver a n d G o ld
C enter w ants to th an k aail th e
rs aan d
businesses, v o lunteers
muunity
m em bers o f th e com m
innual
tliat d onated to o u r an
n
in d
chuckvkragon d in n e r anc
auction on Nov. M.
lalr In
In this tim e o f despall
the economy, It w as v/cry
er
c ppe o * •
heartw arm ing to h ave
pie donate an d b u y th e
item s wc had for Qucti
uction. Wc
o u t the
a m n o t get by w ithout
from o u r
generous su p p o rt fror
community,
THERESEHANSO^
>0N
Site m anager
S ih rera n d C o ld S cr
enior
Center
Eden
1 thanks
IF.OptlinlstClubtli
doflon and support
Wc would like 10^ '
2 ’g b u si;
thanks to th c foilowin
zations In
nesses a n d organizati
helping the 1\vin Falls
•alls
th e 23rd
Optimist Club w ithh tl:
mcy
annual W ayne Klnnc)
Shoot:
Memorial Turkey Sho
lUn C lub in
The1\vln Falls Gun
Its generous help and s u p '
port every year, a nidd ffor Red’s
Trading Post In thec ddco n a or tlic
tlons of the g uns for
t raffle.
Ike to
We would also like
lie (for
thank all th c people
nt o0 n Nov.
attending th e event
Ised from
16. Thc m oney raised
this event will helpp th
tl: c
- Optim ists w ith th eeir
ir’various
th e
youth projects,, including
li
iccr
Childhood Canci
ats for Kids,
C a m p a i^ , C oau
tv ’Week, You'tli
Respcct for L aw
^cck. E asier
Appreciation Wci
th e Youth
Egg H unt a n d thi
:es helping any
Support Services
youth in need.
OWYER
DENNIS I. BO'
C h airm an
Jb
O ptim ist Club
IWIn Fails
Thanksgiving dinner
di
w asah w a"
M any th anks st w a l l l h a l
helped m oke ou
Day
T hanks^vlng D
j d in n e r a
huge succcss.
Tlianks td evevcryone th a t
donated food a rn d turkeys.
Spccial th anks>tito M ike
lie M artin for
Zcmke an d Dale
cooking th e 4 0) 1turkeys w e
served. T hanks5 Ito th c Elks
h e use o f th c
for d onating the
dtc h en . A spebuilding a n d kll
all th e p eople
clal th anks to all
that helped.
I for th c dona*
Tlianks also fc
v c d :S l,5 0 0 fo r
tlons w c receive
inty Senior
Minidoka Coun
Icals o n Wheels.
C enter Meal
for th c ones tlial
Tlianks>fo
joined u s fo
for dinner. We
delivered190
90 a n d had 80
a n d 235 that ate at
take-out am
the Elks.
you.
' Tliankyoi
N D DEBANDERROM ANC
SON
'8 ^E t
Alaska’s
VRDANDBETnr
LEONARI
• MARTIN
lub
*
Elks Club
RupsnI
i’s theater week
Children’s
* asasu ct
anlzation. Mix 103 und
Organi:
cy Christian
Churcii.
Valley
(
nd special thanks to this
A nd!
:'s p lanning comniliiee:
year's
ecca Smith, ijirisa
Rcbccc
aindcr, Jennifer Brlzee
Alcxant
JuHc W hitehead.
a n d Jul
Without everyone's sup*
With
port,t, w c would n ot be nhle
rovidc sucli a wortlnviillc
to prov
form ing arts exporicncc
perforr
m any youth in (iiir
to so0 nim
com m iim ity
AROLYN WHITE
CARI
rogram director
Prog
in Falls
iwwin
■i
inks for a happy lOOth
Thank
lialfo ftlie Magic
On bchal
t s Council,
I would
Valley Arts
(
an k th e following
like to than
jc c e ss o fo u r
for th e succ
Theater
M issoulaI Children's
Cl
yw
residency
week an d produc[lumpelstiltskln.“
tion o f “Rui
M ajor su
suip p o rt w as provida nbla Foods,
cd by Glani
Fanner's; N
Niatlonai Bank of
ny Perkins 01 Best
Buhl. Amy:
IW
W estern T
Vk in Falls Hotel,
Mike a ndd la
]i n McBride famiirylunlorH igli
ly,O'Leary
reacher-Student
Parent-Tca'
w an t to thank KMVr iuui
1wai
m d E m pire Shows for nil
Inland
for my mother's
th c ccoverage"
w
Ith birthday
party I ler
100th
I
n amn ce IIs Mar>’ Ortega and h e r
;hday w as Aug. 30. We
blrthdi
tookk hIve r to thc fair and
[VT Interviewed her. niul
KMVT
;d Williams and Mac
RccdV
ris h elped h e ro n the
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TIMES-NEWS > BUSIN
SnUROAY
DECtMBEil 13. 2008
H I Obituaries, BS I 1Weather, B6
Kks and coninwdiiies, B2 I Nation/Worid, B3^
INSIDE: Stocl
direBCtorto) leave Jl[erom e
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Econom ic D cvclopnn
Dircdior M arlin E ldredll ssaid
eaving
Friday that h e will be leav
;c e p ta
the City o f tcrom e to accei
position as a n assistanItt ecoe
ircctor
nom ic dcvclopm cnl dlrcc
in Davis County, Utali.
a rt in
Hldrcd played a iargc ppat
t h s ld c
developing th e N orths
ect, w hich
D evelopm ent project
Milk
is hom e to th e new Idaho
Idt
Products facility, aass well as
o th e r p ro p e rtie s su
s ch as
Crossroads Point,
He also w orked1 w ith new
;incsscs
in
a n d existing b u sin
t
rage com Jerom e to e n co u raj
h in th e city,
m erd al growth w idiir
au sc I w ant
‘ I'm leaving becauj
Family an d
lo b e closer to fan
b ecausc I m n t to0 itake the
AUTr o
next ste p in m
n y carecr
cd said. "Il’s
progress," Eidrcd
lisgrunUed or
not that I'm disg
anything like th
ihia t — I've
g with
tlic city
enjoyed working
w
and it's b e e n a awonderful
TIL'."
experience for me.'
Eidrcd said hee w as offered a
10 the
position as tlie assistant
assi
developm
ent
econom ic
dc
»avid Couniy,
director in Davi
Ulali, which in dJ uu di e s IS d tics
such
a s 1Bountiful and he h a s; w orked with city officials anndd local busine.ss lendFarm ington.1.
population that he ers to he
h lp p repare vacant
Tlic total pc
;e surrounding
Icromc
is about acrcagc
:
will b e sccrving
r
uro developm ent.
)ple.
for future
300.000 peopI
tiso w orked on the city's
,mc to lerom e ai^er
He aIsc
Eidrcd cam
lo retain and help proserv in g as!i lh e econom ic behalf' to
o f existing
;nt dire cto r for m o te expansions
cx|
dcvelopm cni
esses su ch as WOW
b u sin ess
Emery C ountnty, Utah.
Ics a n d Rite Stuff ft)Ods.
lis five years as the Logistics
D uring his
link I have planted a lot
dcvclopm eni
"I thin
econom ic
ds th
i a t will reap benefits
directo rfo rtl■tlie City o f Ierome, o f seeds
nder
m y predecessor."
unde
lildrt
Idrcd said.
lerom
e City M anager Ben
ler
larchont said Eldred last day
Matt
fill be
will
I January 7. He .said the
diiyiy is "weighing its options
b o u t w hat it will do w iih the
nboi
losition."
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econom y nailing, thIC
e Bush
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ad m in istra tio n
dcc)
l-riday It w o u ld s te p>in
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prevent th e "prcclpiious
Indus*
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try an d th e d isa strolUS
u s eco*
nom lc im p act o f thlee hun*
of
dreds o f th o u s a n d s ol
losses surc to follow.
T he day afte r lh e ssuu d d e n
dem ise of e m erg en cy^iegislaiq
tion in C ongrcss, a d mninistr^*
in
tlon onicials sa id no
10 dccLslons had b e e n m a d e o n the
size o r d u ra tio n o f th e n ew
rescue plan, o r w h att ty p e o f
vould b e
concessions, if any, won
d e m an d ed from th e sStruggling a u to m a k e rs,, th e ir
workers, s to c k h o ldJ e r s o r
others.
s t likeIn a reversal, th e mio
osi
insidcraly optio n u n d e r consi
lion involved b illio nIS
s o f dol*
lars originally tic k e te•d
d ffo r th e
Financial
bailo u t o f th e fine
Industry. P re s id e n t: G eo rg e
d c d a rc d
W. Bush lia d lo n g dc(
Its ito th e
that m oney o ff-lim its
ik crs.
beleaguered a utom akei
General M otors Ck)tp.
ori a n d
Chrysler LLC h av o w a rn e d
they a re ru n n in g o u1t1 o f cash
an d face b an k ru p tc y/ w
wiith o u t
sista n c e .
som e fo rm o f assist
lich Is in
I'ord M otor Co., which
som ew h at b e tte r sh a p e
nnancially. h as b e e nrt seek
s< in g
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la a U i I m l l Ita U tM s n Auaabli
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aad tb q r'n prtpirod to rvvisit their
GitenI Moton fadoiy l a n B ult e « K « lk « brion, aid
lo tu lln o lM d N p u U iy c v ts .
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NEW YORK
‘ U nder n o rmlal
al econom ic
Nonh America and
o s e 20 foctories acro ss Nc
ould prefer
tem porarily! dcli
co nditions w e w
wo
iuctlon as it tries to
ping cuts to its v eh id e produi
etcrm in e the
make swccpim
th at m arkets detc
lie dem and.
nmatically weaker autom obile
adjust to dram
u ltim a te fa te oc f p riv ate
from Its production
GM said itit wiU
v cut 250,000 v e h ld e s fn
firm s," W h ile H
Heouse press
in d u d es a cut
ir d0^ie first quarter o f 2009. wtrhich
h
said
schedule for
secretary D a n a1 Perino
P
Norm al production
ihiclcs announced last w eek. N
o f60,0 00vehic
after th e failure• oolfa S 1 4 b U *
icks for th e quaner.
iround
750,000 cars a n d trucV
would b e aro
i
lion bailo u t billI in
in Congress,
spokesm an1Tony
To Saplenza said,
T h e leg islatio n1 dc ie d w hen
Jie w hole m onih o f
in ts will b e shut dow n for th«
R
M any plant!
S e n a te
R<ep ublicans
ics will b e closed for
ro n t pay an d
lanuary, h esaid,
sai an d all told, th e fa c to ria
d e m an d ed upfror
lions from th e
30 percentoof flhi e quarter.
benefit concessioi
’," spokesm an Chris
djusting
prctty
dramatically,"
W
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th
a
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w in te r h is business pro* ‘• ip loym ent"
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c o m e Into play this year.
co
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m e a n s n o w hite stuff toI IM other E arth L andscapee
ptow,
a n d people cutting; iC are a n d also plows snowV
pt
ba c k o n n o n*esscntl£1 In
I th e Wood RivcrVallcy.
bt
"I’m taking advantage o)ff
sp en d in g h as led to fewer
sp
h o m e s a n d businesses1 th e w a rm e r w ea th e r byy
hi
w orking a-titdc, spraying
dccorating w ith lights.
g
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t
fo r C hristm as lights ahdI d o n e in th e sp rin g b uri
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igiu beforc Elect
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Beth McRac thal
stress levels w ere rising
ropulen da n
affecting th e p! aeo
m ployccs
her. Including th e emp:
n sfirm
.
o f h er public rclations
I
dng
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loose, an d I realized,t,wow.
w
this is on epid em ic o ffsstress
and that I n eed ed toDtake
ta
If," said
better care o f myself,"!
McRae, w hose c o m ppany.
ar T h e
ofnces in
McRac Agcncy, h a s off!
Scottsdale, Ariz., a nid
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n o t to let
McRae, decid in g not
d
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R
I brought so mnce golf
{ clubs and
ator inlo his
agolfsim ulatoi
!xas. m edia relaLubbock. Tcxas
ust to be able to
tions firm. lust
ng physical
dur■
do som ething
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th e better o f her.•r.I began a
laving a stress
cr, m editation, ized it w as havi
rou d n e o f prayer,
ffect as well," h e
in g o n
reduction effec
yoga a n d focusing
com pany. She
said,
im proving h e r COI
veryone’s stress is
"1 think ever]
is o n e o f m an y s sm
n all busi*
lim es, president
ho are
up," said Holm
ness ow ners w ho
Vorldwide
Media,
the stresses o f
ofH olm esW
or
responding to the
"Every lim eI we
wc he ar the ball
today’s econom ny
y by taking
Iccd in the other
h e m sd v c sa n d being whacked
b e tte r carc o f diei
room, w c ly,
say,’som ebody had
th eir com panies.ES.
ie )ca
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a bad (phone)
1 ll.’"
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e rs have seen
m orc golf balls, I,
n e s h ad
stress levelsI so
so;ar in ihe past
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ATlll in h e rit
O b a m a , w h o wili
jct
th e p r o b le m next m o n d i,
e v e n if b a ilo uItt b illio n s
a r c h a n d e d o v e r in I h c
m e a n tim e , said ,"M y h o p e
is th a t th e a d m iln
ln l lstra tio n
ss 'will still
a n d th e C o n g ress
f l i i d a w a y i o ^ v c d• dvie In d u s rary a ssistr y th e te m p o rary
w h ile
ta n c e
ll
n e e ddss
lo n g - te rm
d e m a n d in g th e loi
th a t
is
r e s t r u c tu r in g
tli
T d."
a b so lu te ly niqiiired.
lush . H o u se
I n a le tte r to Busli
’c lo si u rg ed
S p e a k e r N an cy Pelo
th e p r e s i d e n t 10
t o d( e m a n d
c c o u n ia “d ie s a m e lo u g 1h aac
ly ci
c r p ro te c bility " a n d lax p ay
u to m a k e rs
tio n s fro m th e aauK
a s w a s c o n ta in edd in
ir IcgislaJ th
tlo n th a l c leared
the H o u se
a t m id w e ek .
X TTllia d d e u s
M ic h ig a n Rep.
M c C o ttc r, a coonnsse rv a tiv e
)mm a s ta le
R e p u b lic a n fro
and
w h ere
F o rd , G
GlM
C h r y s lc r a r c h e aidd q ui a rtcrcd ,
c ^ s la iiv e
sa id . “W iih th 2e IIc
o p p o r tu n itie s noowwe x h a u ste d . I u rg e d ie pprc
rcjsid e n t o f
c s to
th e U n ite d S tates
l im m e all S tre et
d ia le ly release W
Wc
h ec dt o m e stic
TARP fu n d s to th
v o id th e ir
a u to m a k e r s to aavi
im p e n d in g b a nkkru
rup tc y a n d
Its c o n s e q u e n t ddeev a sta tio n
ilies a n d th e
o f w o rk in g familie!
d e p r e s s lo n o f ouur A
r / m e r ic a n
e co n o m y ."
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h a v e a g o o d b u s inless,
e s s sa id
. A r m a n d D 'A cc o rdlo,
o, w
v h o se
lo g y
in f o r n ia ii o n le clinlo
o lc
D iu tio n s
c o m p a n y C M IT Solul
ick,
' is lo c a te d in M e rric
k . N.Y.
ees
" It's n o t th e e m p lojy
y ei
w o r r y a b o u t th e ne
lexxttp a y c h e c k o r i f a c l l e i i l1na ssk s to
d e la y a p a y m e n t."
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« ta ile a s o n is
. e rs . t h is h o lid a y seasi
-essfui
, lik e ly I h e m o s t stre
ss
I
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'.th a t m o s t o f th e m lia e
e v e r e x p e r ie n c e d .. ile
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ave
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. b e e n p lu n g in g , a ni dd tth is
. s e a s o n is fo re c u si to b e
a st 3 0
t h e w e a k e s t In a t le
lea:
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l.y n n e iT lc d u s . w h o
ll)
o w n s a gift s h o p in
illage,
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any one arc
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leip tlie economy."
nel
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— B e th
hR
M c R a e, o w n e r o f T h e M cRiii
u isin e ss is
g o o d y e a r b u t bus'
o t h e lp e d
d o w n now . a n d nnc
liy th e fact th a t th
thie th e a te r
n e x t d o o r Ik cloised.
set Sh e's
ln g
ta k in g w alks, se:eeli
in n e r o u l
f rie n d s , h a v in g ddli
a n d d o in g o th e:rr th
tl in g s
e r a n x ie ty
t h a t h e lp k e ep hlioi
in c h e c k ,
0 ju
"Y ou've g o l lo
ji si fin d
t h e th in g s ilia t d ec -s irc s s
y o u a b it, giv e you
yoi s o m e
e n jo y m e n t," s hlec sa
s id .
F o r m a n y owrnners.
e Ihc
in g tiia t
k e y Is recognizin})
th e y c a n o n ly ddoo s: o m u c h .
a n d n o t d riv e th
theeim s e lv e s
Iggs sth e y
c riizy o v e r th in
c a n 't c o n tro l.
:R ae sa id lo
O n e day. McRai
h e rs e lf : "I th inikk i’m
I’l g o in g
lo re s ig n a s g emneerra l m a n a g e r o f th c u n iv c rse
i
to d ay ."
“if I h a v e a nneeggativ e a ititu d e . it's n o t g[ ooin
in g lo li t’lp
m e . It's n o t g oling
in g to h e lp
a n y o n e a ro u nidd m
i e . it's
le lp
n o t g o in g lo lie
lp th e
e co n o m y ,* s hec sa
sa id .
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w ith th c w ea
c a n d o it n o w ," W h e a tle y
s a id .
ow la n d s c a p c rs
H is fcllov
h a v e b e e n a bt le t o r o u n d u p
w in te r w o r k ffairly e a s y In th c
p o s t. A b olo
o im in g c o n s tr u e ti o n m a rk;ei
e t le d t o m a n y
o p p o r tu n ititic
c s i n b u i ld i n g
r a]p in g — e v e n in
a n d la n d sca
th c c o ld e r m
mio n th s . T lia t is n 't
th e c a s e th ils
is y e ar.
“W iih d iec sslo w e r e c o n o m y
th a t b u ild i n g o r
th c r c Isn't ti
th e o p p o rrttu
i n iti c s t h a l go
th a t,” h e sa id ,
a lo n g w ith tl
la n d s c a p c r s
T y p ic allyy..
II
c h o s e to fill 1s e a s o n a l jo b s in
r e ta il o r folod
o t s e rv ic e d u r in g
th c h o lid a y s b u t e v e n t h o s e
>n't h ir in g lik e th e y
s e c to r s aren'i
h a v e in thl e p a s t few y e a r s
s a id I a n R<o e se r, r e g io n a l
e c o n o m is t w
' ith t h e I d a h o
D e p a rt-m ec n t o f L ab o r.
H o lid a y’ hI ir in g f o r b o t h
;s a n d r e ta ile r s is
r e s ta u r a n ts
r c d u c c d th is ye a r.
m a rk e d ly rei
“L a n d s c:a
a ;p c rs a re d e fin ite ly a d d in g 10 th e u n c m p lo y ;u r e s t h i s y e a r
O '™ ' " 8 “
b c c a u s e nlo
o irm a liy Ih c y h a v e
h o lid a y lig h ts n o w r e m ooval,
v
in g a n d eqq uu lp m e n t m a ln te lies
n a n c e d u tic so th e y a re n o t
lid o f f a n d c a n
■ to ta lly laid
s t r e t c h o uItt 1th e ir b e n e f it d o ila rs .-n o c sse
c ir s a id . " T h is y e a r .
th e r e a r et 1lik e ly le s s f o lk s
c h o o s in g to s p e n d th e e x tra
n d tr a v e l f o r t h e
m oney am
h o lid a y s to B u n V alley a n d
K e tc h u m , 1s o th e y d o n o t
re q u in : Ihne
e h o lid a y lig h tin g
serv ice."
S h c a d ddce d t h a t a la c k o f
r e d u c e d th e n u m s n o w h a s rc
b e r o f hlO
o u rs w h e n - th e y
w o u ld n oirm
r r a lly b e w ie ld in g
a s iio v c lo>r
r s n o w b lo w e r.
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WO
N airiGT'i i L
. SffniRDAY
OECEMSEH 13,2006
B3
EPAexxem ptssso m elarrm s fronn reporttingtoxiiic fum es5
ses from factories, natural
an d releases
in d o ih ercm e rg e n cic sth d t
disasicrsonc
ig e n ta ttc n d o n .T h cy said it
require urgei
so reduce reporting bur- .
w ould also
WASHINGTON —- 1T h e nation's
Vmcrica's farmers, saying It
vc to rep o rt to den s on Am
farm s n o longer have
sm elly futhes is diflicuilt to
tc estim ate th e pollution
authorities the toxic, si
■om “a herd o f cows."
re.
com ing fron
released from manure.
is a train wreck, wrc
tra d o n Issued a
“Wlien there
th
T he Bush admlnlstra!
icnow ab o u t it becausc w c
cempUng farm s n eed to knc
regulation Friday exeir
>e$ <
o f h azardous need to g;oo co u t a n d look a t chemical
from reporting releases
lid Barry Breen, director o f
inir
im al w aste to
spiils,” sold
air pollution from an
cy's Office o f Solid Waste
)cai authorities, th e agcncy'i
federal, state and iocal
•igcncy Response. "W hen
eclfically to the a n d Emcrgi
T he rule applies specii
full o f m anure therc
lag
gases from m anureI th a t arc often there Is a lagoon
lg
problem s.
Is nodiing o<ur folks c an do w hen
responsible for odor pre
v uup .“
o tectlon Agcncy they show
Environm ental Protc<
m rcporUng rule is one of
tie chan g es wUI.
The farm
ofliciais sold that the
Icvcnth-hour cnvironm eno n spills several elcv
allow responders toI focus
fo<
ByD inaCtpiilelo
«r.
AMOCtotwt PWM wrtter.
ast
WI N!T E R
Newbreaj
cancertes
est W tM
ter
maybette
-isk
predictrij
he Bush
tal
talregulations unveiled by the
lat w ere
adm
adr inistration this w eek that
in terio r
lobbied
for by industry, t h e lr
lob
D ep a rtm en t on T hursday IIssued
Dc;
tections
revised
rules loosening prote
rev
Vnd th e
for e n dangered species. An
EPA.
EPy also o n Friday, issuedI rregulations
so
tioi exem pting Industrial solvents
aani
n d o tiicr chcm icals tiiat c an b c
ict rcgubbui
u rned for fuel from th e strict
lations
governing hazardousi w aste.
lad
ed out
Environm
entalists lashed
I
cporU ng
again,
saying tiiat d ie new rep
ag5
to keep
rule
ml w ould m ake it difficult: t<
environtrack
tra o f farm s polluting tiic cn
m
nite n t a n d putting n e i^ b o r si a t risk,
, The
gases released w hen1 at n im al
■:
‘hydrow
waaste decom poses in d u d c: ‘1
ll Its
c n issions from reporting
ng
gen sulildc. witli
1 characteristic n la em
remcnts.
M a n d a m m o n ia , requiren
ro tten egg smell,
:rs
c nile
finalized Friday covers
8se chem icals ca n
The
r
Exposure to these
s a n d irri: gases>just
ju: from anim al waste. Large
causc respiratory{ problem
pi
ge
ws
s wltii
w an
farms
w h u n d red s o f dairy cows
tate the eyes, nose
ti d th r o a t
ousands o f pigs would still bc
"The effect o f' tills
til is to create a or tiious
Ired to rcp o rt a ir releases to
for n ot required
loophole for all operations
op
ic em
report their toxic
i issions to th e i o ^ o anncd state autiioritics.
rtJc have
always felt tiiat reportim ent," sa id Ed
“We
h
federal govcrnmi
'cr
quirem ents ... w ere nevei
C l u t “If you
Ing re
req
Hopkins o f the Sierra
Sic
atnt to
e Is
ti address tiie release of natdon't know tiierc
ii a problem you m eant
Ud
y occurring
substances," said
aren't going to get
;t aa solution." •
uraUy
o
:il,
C hicken Coundl,
B ocftiie p o u lu y a n d th e National
No
Representatives
I.S.
anal TUrkcy Federation and U.S
beef industries said
soli Friday d ie n d e Nationa!
tctry & Egg Association In a stateic. In 2005, assocla- Poultry;
was long overdue,
>ur
t. "Wc believe tiie EPA heard oui
ing chicken, turkey m ent."\
tions representing
m:cms an d h a s c om e to a reason^
rs asked th e Bush concern
a n d egg farmers
0 exem
pt all am m o- ablecompromise."
cor
administration to
c
W I T H I A V E N G EE A N C E
J
Illinois plblunges
deeper
in[lto chaos;
(
overscan
[idal
c
SAN ANTONIO n e w te st to p re d[let
ic t a n
ordin ary w om an’s odd
anccr
g e ttin g b reast ccat
worics b e tte r thiaa n
m e th o d d o c to rs h1: av e
relie d o n for deca
re se arch ers
repo
Friday.
T he test is th e Jlrs to
gen es
co m b in e dozens o f g<
a n d personal factors
ors like
rin g to
age an d childbearlni
gauge risk in w om en w h o
fam ily
d on't have a strong; fa
h isto ry o f th e disc
three*
T hey acco u n t fo r' th
fourth s ofall cases.
In a California stu<! to
check its validity, th e
SOtpcrcorrccdy clossiflcd 50i
c e n t m o rc w o m en
ligh risk
b reast canccr os high
th a n th e current m e
^ d , a n d properly sc
oth e rs lower. R e suIts
lts'w erc
c o n fergiven a t a canccr coi
cn ce in Texas.
to
But don't rush o u t t<
it,
cancer sp ed t
p lead . Even th o uIgh
gh
te s t a n d several oofth e r s
claim ing to predictt rls k a rc
(eo rch is
available, m orcreseoi
n e e d e d to prove th e ir
w orth, they say.
'T h e m ark et iss bt e in g
flooded w ith all th ese
m ak in g all these clai
said Dr. Len Lichtcr
leal ofn*
d e p u ty c h lc f m edical
m e ric a n
c e r for th e Amci
C ancer Society.
)n su m c r
‘ There’s no 'Consi
tic test*
R eports' o f g enetic
Ing” to rate th e lr'a c a
a n d usefulness, h e sa
- W om en a n d d o
hav e lo n g w ish ed :
c o u ld
sim p le test th a t <
h e tw o
reveal risk beyondI tth
Ich te n d
BRCA genes, w hich
to causc canccr a t early
ages b u t account foi
fo r o n ly
a few p erccnt o f aalll l cases.
«
ju rc o m *
In th e last year, four
p a n ic s sta rte d ssie llin g
n e tests,
bro a d e r multi-gene
s w
b u t th eir value Is
v id ely
disputed.
W om en thought;t to b e a t
m ore fiuhigh risk can get moi
am s or
q u e n t m am m o gjrar
h e c k fo r
MRI scan s to chec
c o n sid e r
b reast canccr. o r cot
ho rm o n c 'b lo c k inlg
g d ru g s
3 ut ev en
like tam oxifen. But
forr 1b e tte r
som e advocates fo
ro a c h e s
p re v en tio n ap ppro
d on 't think gene tee sts
s t a re a
m o re Is
goo d idea u n til mi
the
kno w n a b o u t th
e b est
s.
tre a tm e n t options.
to give
“Are w e going; tc
e v e ry o n e c h em o th e ra p y
o r ch o p off e vk^eryone’s
er
breasts?" ask ed B
Bta rb a ra
th e a d v o Brenner, h ead o fth
Jt C a n c e r
cacy group Breast
Action.
« o p le " to
'I t ’s terrifying peo]
l o b e so ld
allow these tests to
w ith o u t m o re In
in ffo rm a tion. she said.
th a t
T h e com p anliy
y
m akes th e new O
OnncoV ue
m aa Cityte st ^ O k l^ o m
ba se d I n t e r ^ n eeddcc s .I n c .
riU d am
— alm s to d uck ccrl
y th
th ro u g
b y offering it only
do cto rs ra th er thaa n dI lr e c tly to consum ers,,and%
an nll*
3p u la tio n
d a tin g It In popu
s tu d ie s like ttbh ee o n e
rep o rted Friday.
m
disability a n d should not
no
lOld
rightfully co n tinue to hot
the
tiiat office," according to th
>ro" m otion. “H is ability to pn:
is vide effective leadership has
ha
CHICAGO
— Illinois
(
> b e e n elim in ated , a n d the
th
ppll
lu nged d e e p e r Into tu r­
irad state governm ent is pan
m
m<oil Friday over disgraced
,e lyzed."
Gov.
Go Rod Blagojcvlch a s the
,e
T he atto rn e y general, als
also
attorney
general asked tiic
att
ju n
state's
h i p e s t court to stripp a D em ocrat, asked tiie cou
sta
s, to strip th e governor o f his
h
th
th(e governor o f his powers,
ibic
Is d u ties
u n til
possibl
bbil
illions b f dollars In bills
Ings
rs im p e ac h m e n t proceeding
w
wcent u n p a id ond lawmakers
lg and his crim inal cose m
ru n
m
mioved closer to Impeaching
i- tiieir course. I f t e does not
ni
the
thi scandal-plagued politi­
step d o w n an d is not
ni
cian.
ck
led,
:d Jm p e ach ed o r convictci
But Blagojcvlch show ed
lc Blagojevich could go to the
tf
no
nc sign o f backing down. He
s- court a n d ask to berelnsta
iiattook
toi tim e to pray witii minis­
ters
ICI at his h o m e and signed a cd.
also
;c
T
h
e
sc
a
n
d
a
l
has
al:
bill
bil tiiat extends insurance
lUSlIs, begun to im pede state bus
coverage
for autistic kids,
CO
ness, M adlgan said.
se d in g a
sen
Illinois h a s billions o f doldc
sl|
sign
to his
ludlars In u n p a id bills, indui
cr
critics
th a t
ing p a y m e n ts to Medlca
cald
he’s
h( still In
in apatients, hospitals, pharm
charge.
dl
clcs, n u rs in g h o m e s aatn d
In
th e
schools, a n d tiie state has
h
it
m
a p p ro v e d $1.4 billion1 In
all,
all tiie state
s h o rt-te rm borrow ing
for
h(
keep c a sh flowing. But
B
aatn ex tre o rH a ip i
akes
bcforc tiic borrow ing tak
dlnary
dl
con­
-n. effect, M adlgan said sheihha s
stitu
showdown.
st tio n a l
not
sa
to
certify
th
a
t
there
Is
n
A
G eneral
Lisa
Alttorney
reathe any legal p roceeding tiirei
M adlgan
asked
the
govire cning th e ability o f the gc
S
Sluprem e C ourt to dcdare
Blagojevich
unfit to se rv/e,e ,. c m o r to h o ld his office.
Bl
3n
In Ught o f Fridayls filing
likening
h is corruption
III
ill- h er office, M adigan said s!
scandal
to a debilitating ill­
SC
» . can't sign tiia t
ness a s sh c ram ped u p pres­
• ni
Ic to
“W b wlU n ot bc able
su re o n th e governor to
i
^resign. T h e m ove seeks to move forward on it untUUwc
nor,"
u- have a different govemo
h a n d pow er over to th e lieu­
ComptroUcr Dan Hynes sold.
sa
te
ICn an t governor.
T h e stated InabUlty to>pay
p
“1 rccognlzc that this Is an
ri
ut tiie bUIs h a s “a horribleiripnextraordinary - re q u e st,; blUt
■oller
these are extraordinary' dirr - pie cffect." tiie com ptrol
m iaid, said. He said tiiat pham:
cum stances," M adlgan said.
state
It is th e n rst tim e in cles th a t c o u n t o n stt
sh u t
m inols history tiiat such a n reim bursem ents could sli
ir- down, a n d suppliers coi
ould
action w as taken. T he attor­
n e y g c n c r d Is applying: a slo p d e livering food1 to
tting
rule th a t w as Intended to Illinois p riso n s o r ietti
lUne.
JV- stete tro o p e rs b uy gasoUi
covcr c ases In w hich a gov­
for . Businesses w aiting forr tiie
t
ern o r is incapacitated for
state to p a y its bUls could
1
Id lay
healtii reasons.
ble off v^orkers o r sim plyy go
T he D em ocrat is "unable
to
ti serve a s governor d u e to b ankrupt. H ynes said.
ByOeunaBafaiM fl
•D dC hrU oiitM rW It
Md
The A tsoclrtxl P r w
AMOclatwl P r m writers
I
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M h Dmit, ILH., ittir a iiaiir poll M
Traffic It rtfirtcM
itoniFiM ^.
'&
Norttheasticce storm leaves ■
iMwithoi)tit electiricity J
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ftfOnHUml-Wji
e u wrtter
A M ocirtedPreti
, N.H. — A n ic e
CONCORD, »N
ipare w idi som e
storm to comps
Bst’s w orst m ade
o f the Northeast
IC ire ^ o n Friday.
a m ess o f the
leaving 1.25 m illion h om es
es In seven states
an d businesses!
w ith o u t powtrer
er as It forccd
ose a n d toppled
schools to dos<
CCS a n d pow er
Ice-laden trees
ppcryroads.
lin ts onto slippc
M orc thann h alf o f New
hom es a n d busiHampshire's hoi
ower. an d it wras
nesses lost pow
take several days
expected to tak
to completelyy nrestore elcctricity therc and] itin o th er states,
vncaked hovoc
T h e storm vn
from Maine to Pennsylvania,
larkling. ice-covleaving a sporl
ipc d u t w as too
ered landscape
b r m any to find
destructive for
b eautiful
ithcUc." said Bob
■"This is pathi
and. Maine, w ho
Cott o f Portlani
lost power. T I’m
m already sick o f
n ine days
w inter and wrtj
c have
I
jre it officially
to go bcforc
begins."
At least one ed d e a d i vras reiat5 storm : New
c d to the
}{Ddals said a 49Ham pshire offli
invllle m a n w ho
year-old Danv
ih w lin a c a mmpper died of cardc poisonlngafter
bonm onoxidci
isg cneratorw hcn
tu m in g o n h isg
■ent out T hursday
his pow er weni
n i^ t.
For Neww 1 H am pshire, tiie
tages dwarfed those
power outage
h e infam ous Ice
during the
98, w hen som e resiStorm o f'98,'
It nm ore tiian a week
dents spent
lc
in th e dark,
ipstead, N.H., Mark
In Hampst
6, ssaid things were
Cegclis. 36.
h is neighborhood
hectic a t hli
Ion, w hich w as
gas station
vitii people trying to
jam m ed widi
hom e generators.
get gas forrho
d o flaw lessoutthere
“It'sklndof
right now."i" hh e said. "There's a
ople very frustrated
lot o f people
■pat
stacking up
a die gas stations.
ugly.",
It’s pretty ugl:
21 gallons for
He boughi
md tried to deliver
him self and
Mends in D eny b ut
som e to Wei
get th ere because
couldn't get
trees blocked roads.
downed tree
vo friends cam e to
So th e two
ad. a n d w ere e x p e a him instead.
lunker dow n w ith
ed to hunl
family, h is porents
Cegelis’ fan;
>tiier friend un til
an d anothc
resto red
power wasisre
"I'm surere
ll they’d d o th e sam e
us," h e said. “It's
thing for : UJ
lUS io u t there."
trcacherous
two dozen sh d ters
Neariy twi
were set uup
p iacross th e soutiio f th e state, an d
e m part of
es iw ere w oildng to
authorities
ators to several nutsget generatoi
es. jAbout 35 people,
ing homes,
dcrty. h ad settled in at
mosdyeldcrt
a shelter af Portsm outh High
School by/eeariy
a afternoon.
“All the
thi m otels have no d cctricity,, ai n d th a t’s why I'm
here.’ sold
se D uke Straychan o f
Iton. w ho can't do wltiiH am pto
nver because he uses an
o ut pow
n ta n k a tn ig h tP e o p lc a t
oxygent
elte rd h ie d on American
tiie shell
chop suey
su a n d shcpherdls pie
a n d w atch e d “T he Polar
5S" in th e cafeteria. .
Express’
Gov.'. JJohn Lynch urged residents to
to “please go out o f your
way" to
to check o n tiieir ncightiiose who are
bors. Bspedally
es]
y a n d Uve alone,
elderiyj
h
Lynch
and
Both
ac husetts Gov. Dcval
Massacl
Jc d e d a r e d states of
Patrick
gency Friday morning
em erge
ailed u p m em bers o f the
an d call
nal G u ^ Hvc hundred
Nationa
achusetts G uard memMassacl
ATcre d e an ln g u p debris
bers wc
access to downed
a n d dtearing
et
Lynch p ut 150 on
powerr lines.
11
m d deployed 20. -■
alert am
“AU oof tiie rcsourccs at our
isal have been m ade
diiposa
ible to try to get die roads
avtiilabi
d e a r aa n d pow er restored."
adding that it
said Patrick,
Pa
i bt e "ambitious* to tiiink
would
r w
pow er
' ould b e restored by
ia y to th e m ore Uian
M onda
00 h om es a n d business250.000
es in hhiis sta te stiU left in die
dark Friday.
Pri
lis Is n o t going to be a
"This
le o fh o u rs," Patrick said,
couple
k ely to beseveral daya."
"It^llkc
=
' I
h:aiseremergesiS
Indianfimdn
chinvestigatioon
inBlagojevicl
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CHICAGO (AP) — A
Ulfundraiser h d d by Indlanfi
A m erlcan
businessmicn
en
kiv.
ted
Rod Blagojevich was arrested
_
o n co rru p H
tion charges
H
e m e rg e d
■
Friday a s a
■
p o te n tia lly
■
key event in
H
th e federal
I n v c s tig a ■
tion
into
w h ether h e u ^ i.ri,.n.. yfc.
tried to seU
ack
P resident-elect
Barack
at
O bam a^ vacant Senate sea
sed
Questions are b d n g raised
im t
about lost Saturday's, event
{cp.
for Blagojcvlch because Rqx
tier,
Jesse Jackson In's brotiicr.
lose
Jonathan, w as am ong those
im -­
attending. The Indian com
m unity h a s a long historyy oolf
supporting tiie J a ^ n fami­
m lly^ political aspirations, and
the congressm an has been
een
d e a r a b o u t his Interest1 In
succecdlng Obama.
Rep. Jackson, howci
fcvcr,
flatiy denied that h e )r
or h b
brother w ere Involved in
ii a
schem e for Blagojevich
± to
a t In
peddle Uie S enate seat
rem m for u p to $1.5 mill
ilUlon
in poUtical contributions.
IS.'
The congressm an also
a
osald
neltiier h is brotiier nor
)r h b
fotiiec th e Rev. Jesse Jacks
is o n .
served a s an y kind of en
emissary for discussions witii
di die
governor.
“Clearly, a schem e! Ihad
been h atched in tiie mini
Ind of
tiie governor." Jackson sal
said.
T h e Chicago Tribi
Ibune
reported Friday that som
m e of
tiie businessm en w ho gatiigi
ered a t th e D e c 6 fiindra
Inilscr
d iscu ssed tiie prospect
jct o f
raising a t least $1 millloti
on for
th e governor in return
m for
Jackson getting th e Sei
lenate
seat
Blagojevich w as arresu
ned at
his h o m e 'niesday. one
le day
after h e m e t wltii Jadcsor
ionfor
90 m in u te s to dlsi
iscuss
Jackson's Interest tn the»sea
» t
/
N
B4- Sitolq,Pic«iitol3,2008
le 1who practically";
ill num ber of people
old there was a small
"I was tol
!y with
him.
-1
imlceep their money
1
iggedhim tolettheni
beg
nds of people..." lir savings. These kind
jeople living off their
Olderpe
For Maddoff inve!stors,bigg
id concenms
returnsitrumpei
1
«chusctts School of
Vehfcl, dean o f th e M usacI
— tn v e s to r L aw rencc Ve
lL lta d # ,
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fodndero
lerofBcnurd
^bnfctB.CM UO
AMOciBtedPwMwrtter
NEW YORK. — T h e y had
ho
g o i
knm vn him for years a s ai go
partner, a family friend. Som
‘How
w ere n eig h b o rs o r fello'
m em bers o f country d u b s o
I.ong Islnnd a n d in Florida.
sting
Many had begun Invcstlr
w ith 70-ycar-old B ernard 1
ifte n
M adoff dec a d e s ago, ofte
afte r being referred by
frien d o r relative w h o ha
[eran
luiown the Wall Street veiera
even longer.
T here h a d b e e n s o n
isuliwarnings: Financial consul
for
a n is had been suspicio uIS
s fi
years aboul his- asio u nidlng
d lr
ru n o f success.
-They couldn't figure: ooiu l
iduce
how he m anaged lo produt
after
sicady returns, m o n lh aft
7 one
m onth, even w hen everyoi
• - fls e w a s lo s ln g m o n c y —- aarn d
p rin t
leave alm o st n o footprli
w hile moving billions o ffddco lrkels.
lars In and oul o f th e markei
:o
“People w ould c o m c to nm e
md I
w ith dielr sta te m e n ts and
tolls
couldn'i m ake h e a d s o r: ta
larles
o f them ," sa id Chari
G radante, co-fo u n d er o)ff th
tl e
Jlennessee G roup a n d adviad'
ors.
so r lo hedge fund bivestors.
down
“He only h a d five dov
996,"
m o n th s
sin c e
199(
's ni o
G rad a n ie said. “Th ere's
strategy In ihe w orld th aItt ocan
gen e rate Ihat U n d o f pp(ereople
form ance. But w h en peof
say,
would com e lo h im a n d si
this
'1 lo\v did I m ake m o n e y tl
m onth?' he didn't like il. Me
1
leople
w ould gel u p se t w ith peo{
w ho probed too m uch."
w
T hose
inv esto rs
wtere
sc ram b lin g F riday to le
leaa rn
Mfiped
w h ether they h a d b e e n wip
o u t by w h at p ro se c:u
u lo
u rs
lUlondescribed as a multlblUlc
d o llar I’onzl s c h e m c . T h e
im
asseis o f Madoff's Investm ien t
ST
f .H ^ H r H p i
^
m S
W t II
.'yi - ^
S
If
f Mnlutti
.
SyChrWiaeAnMHo
a n d T u u n lu ih
AMOctated Press writeraI
—
ORLANDO,
Fla.
[•riday
E vidence m o u n te d Frk
Dvered
th a l a child's skull dlscovei
n e a r Caylee A n thony’s hhoo m e
belonged lo lh e m issinigtod*
g ti
g a to rs
dler. although Investlgat
w eek
cuuiloned It could b e a1 wi
o r m ore b e fo re th e y’ have
hi
ncc.
conclusive DNA evidence
A«)rkjjr
— ■ ; . .A day a fte r a utility wor
found th e rem ains o f a child
cl
efense
lit a w ooded lot, a defe
h a ro c attorney said so m e chai
im alns
le rlstlc s o f th e remn
2aylee,
m atched 3-year-old Cay
Iff said
w hile Ihe county sh e riff:
alns lo
clues linked th e rem ain:
th e child's n earb y homle.
e.
M
DM.
mitdTmu/
jcstloned nls
c n Friday said she never quest
com pany were frozen
•al regulasiraicgy.
In a deal with federal
uters, a n d I
Ivor w as
”1 ha le com pute
to rs an d a receive
;urc o ut w hat
n a g e Ihc never tried to figure
a p p o in ie d to m ana]
e causc th e
rs.
h e was doing bbee
firm's financial affairs,
;
up."
at
According lu th e : cicrim inal bookkeeping all added
Shi said sh e
com plaint. M adoff esilm
esi aies Greenberg said. She
o ut
^ 0 blUloii was sUll ir>’in g 10
lo figure
I
ho lost a s m ucli a s SSO
u d of her
over m any yeors. IfIf iruc. It Friday how mlUch
liee largest
m oney was gone.
could be o n e o f th
rence Velvel,
Vall Sireel
Investor Lawrem
fraud schem es In Wal
ossachusciis
d ean o f th e Moss
history,
leged vieSchool o f Law, said
sal he was
T he rosier o f olleg
adoff by a
S
Mai
lim s
In cluded
! terling Introduced to M
te m o ih c r
:d by
latc
Equities, co -founded
I New friend w hose la
g w
jdW llpon. began Investing
i ith h im
Y orkM cisow nerFred)
ft r bein g
a s well as a lo nigg list o f decades ago aafte
n eighbors Impressed by th e2fa
fain cycarsof
M adoff's friends, ncl
isoclates.
friends w ho h ad m
made a forand country club a sso
lune wllh him.
loyce G reenberg, aa phllanHe d escrib ed aa powerful
ihroplst a n d reilred1 fln andal
w here
d h er fam- word-of-m outh allure,
alli
adviser InTexas, said
tg m oney one friend after an
another reclly b egan Investing
d o ^ os a sure
I970safler om m ended Madofl
with M adoffln th e 197
ho tobk o n
wh
being Introduced tiy
by a siep- llilng, som eone w
ly relucianlly
h im from new clients only
i
b rother w ho knew hli
and as a favor,
collcge.
e re w as o
h im afler
“I w as told th
the
She siuck w ith hli
h e r h u sb an d , a h e IIilo usion smnll nu m b e r o f pi
lacob
pmcllcolly begged
en ire p re n e u r
r m
1987. p an- them keep ih e lr
money w ith
Greenberg, died In 19t
J. ."(
“Older peob e e n with him." Velvcl s a id
ly because h e h a d be
JUI mostly pie living off Ihelr
thel savings.
Ihem for so long, bul
an d
sting prof- These kinds orf people
pi
because he kept pnstli
others pracllcall;
rally begged
lis.
sio rs, she
him."
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POCATELLO (AP) — An
rtation
Idaho
T h in sp o rtat
D epartm en t w orkerr w
v ho
e r a( n d
vanished in S eptem ber
w as fou n d d e a d la tc
te last
I
m o m h h a d b e e n •under
am
Dsslble
investigation for possl
em bezzlem ent, policc(isay.
sa
!ar-old
Eric Elle, a 60-yeartigator,
m otor vehicle invcstiga
was found Nov. 28 by coyote
co)
. h u n te rs in re m o te Power
Pc
C ounty in so u th esastern
a st
u n sh o t
Idaho with a single guns
caliber
(0 th e head. A .22-coll
liandgun w as found nnearby.
ea
said all
The police report sale
n t witii
evidence Is consistent
\
fn life,
Elle toking his own
However, th e re p o rt also
i
said a state vehiclc thhat
at Elle
dlsapwas using w hen h e dl:
im ln ed
■pcorod was b ein g cxaml
use his
0 sccond lim e becousc
ct and
id entin catio n , w allet
found,
rings have n o t b een foui
C ounty
Mork nose. Power Cot
ledlatccoroncr, did n o t Immedl
im T he
iy retu rn a call from
Friday.
Associated Press o n Frid
family
M em bers o f Elle's; foi
nmcnt.
liavc declined (o commi
appearElle's Sept. 8 disapp
ancc p ro m p te d ot large
li
lu ltip ie
scarch effort by mull
agencies.
th e
On
T hursday,
Policc
Pocatello
P(
sed Its
D epartm en t released
:h was
. - ,, final re p o n , w hich
ho Stale
'obtained by t h e /ito /io
;
JoiimaL
tri Vogt,
in the report, Karl
^
departthe tra n sp o rtatio n dej
lid his
m en t’s lawyer, said
/cstigatagcncy h ad b een invest
ing Elle.
Hat tiiey
"(Vogt) advised that
invcstihad been do in g a n Inv
possible
gation in to Elle for pos
funds,
e m b ezzlem en t o f ft
icy have
Tliey advised th a t they
cmbcz*
found an ongoing en:
J
,
'
ziem cn t o f c a sh transactn
st several
tions over th e past
i
la s bceni
years th a t Elle has
tie report
Involved with,” the
said.
T he re p o rt also0 ; said a
[lie’s body
note found w ith Elle'
ry for his
stated h e was sorry
oncludcd
behavior a n d com
'ollccsald
w ith a goodbye. Polli
fsls o f tiie
handw riting analysis
note found a high pprobabllr
Ity th a titw a sw rln cnbyEUc,
en
th ough m o istu re1 dam
d age
m ade positive identU
[itification
dllDcult.
n o t reveal
The report d id not
[light have
how cm bc22llng mlgl
b u t notes
been taking place,. bll
lapcrwork
th at a review o f pap
filed by Elle In th eB pprevious
his dlsapsix m ontiis before his
3und disp canm cc h a d four
crepandcs.
w ith the
Elle’s w o rk wit
collecting
agcncy included co
■he report
fees a n d fines. The
sportation
said
a
tran sp
c
on
d e p a rtm e n t cm pployec
lo
k^tigators
S e p t 18 told Inves
Mlpts
that
tiiat Elle Bled rccel]
th e slgnadid noc co n tain the
s.
tures o f custom ers,
O ne
su c h
Inin cident,
le report.
a cco rd in g to the
lalnt from
involved a com plali
w ho said
a Pocatcllo m a n wl
Elle charged himn :$91 for
tltic to a
re ^stra tio n a n d tit
scooter, S35 mlo
o rre th an
required.
W hen asked, Olie
c !said $91
w as th e c o rrect:t ia m ount
d ed a $15
bccausc It indude<
a n d a $20
fee for a rush titic2ai
ev er, the
late fee. Howcvi
receipt w asn’t slgn&
customer,
(Icy o t Ihc
CapL Eric Daylcj
Idaho State Police
has also b een Inves
itely return
did n o t Im m ediatel
?.
a call from th e AP.
__________
---------------
b o m Feb. 20, K
1936. in Fort R
T o w n so n . II
O kla..
to ■
‘W i l l i a m ■
' T hom as Neal ■
an d T hom as ■
Je ffe rso n ■
(Jcfflc) Coley
Neal.
1984, he m arO n June 9. 191
ue R om ans in
rie d Vicky Sue
G ooding. H e w
wtas a loving
ie r an d grandhu sb a n d , father
ved his country
father. H e served
In th e A rm y In P
I uerto Rico,
avid fisherm an
Coy w as a n avlc
td h u n tin g a n d
a n d loved
sp en d in g Ume
Ur outdoors. He
loved children o f
c sp c d ally 1c
He wlU bc dcorly
all ages. He
m issed by oil
al w ho loved him .
irvlvcd by his wife,
1 o f Kimberly: tw o
o rd Neal a n d Sam
s o i ^ CUffor
a granddaughter,
ol, aU o f Oregon. He
d cd in d eath by his
illam Thom as Neol;
T hom as Jefferson
m other, Th
col; four brothers;
(Jeffle) N ea
Istcrs.
a n d tw o slst
side servicc will b c
A gravcslt
1:30 p.m. M onday,
h e ld a t 2:3
Dcc. 15, atIt Sunset Memorial
1\vin
Falls,
Park
int\
Arrangemients
er arc un d er the
direction ooff Serenity Funeral
Chapcl In TVrin Falls.
Sr!^ll
.
,
j6 n n i
NOTICES
..
. . V irg in ia C
'Copeland
RUPERT —
- - Virginia R.
C opeland, 8l.o
1 ,0fR u p e rt.d lc d
12,2008, a t VaUcy
Friday, Dcc. 12,;
irvlccs In R u p e rt
Vista Care Servl
tents wiil b c
by
th e
Funeral H om c o f
SEATTLE (AP) — T he
jodation
American Lung Associ
on Friday asked a judge
ju d to
p ut Its N orthw est ch
ch:ap tcr
ifter th e
out o f b u siness, aftci
ch a p te r gave Its Seattle
Si
h ^ d q u a rtc rs an d $600,000
S60
tl) a different, newly|Tcreated
cr
charity.
in King
^At a h e arin g In
County Superior C ourt,
m im ade
Jiidge Regina Cahan
IC uunderclfiar sh e didn't q uite
rationale
stand th e chap ter^ rad
fqr giving aw ay the bbuilding
u
Of.the money. But she
sht also
organlzacalled the national orgt
leal wltii
tion's a ttem p t to deal
■handed"
tHS m atter “heavy-hai
h etiier It
a o d q uestioned whetl
egalrdief
entitled to th e legal
Itsought.
i c r ways
-A re n ’t th ere otiier
}td Stlgall, 69, o f
. M arvin Estcl
died Friday, Dec.
IVvin Falls, diet
12. 2008,at atth e V eterans
tionr
M cdical
A dm ln istratlo
)isc.
C enter In Boise
n ts will b c
A rrangemiccm
announced t
ipcl In TWin FaUs.
Funeral Chapcl
preliminary
besides
a
pre!
vould serve
injunction tiiat woi
tiic
your m eans?" sheeasked
a
issodatidn's
American Lung Asst
lawyer:
iganlzaUon,
The national oiga
304. asked
founded in 1904
m ctlon barC alm nforanlnjunc
le a n Lung
ring th e Amcrica
Association o ftheN
e Northwest
from continuing: to
to use tiic
The
ALA n am e o r logo.
lo
national-charity also
al seeks
control o f th •e chapter’s
i
id financial
h eadquaners and
Ushes a new
assets as It establish
te.
NoitiiwcstafSllate.
T he N orthw est
lau n d ied In 1906,
J In
charity^ efforts
li Idaho,
Vashlngton.
Alaska a n d Was
nti-smoklng
Induding te e n anti
efforts.
Bradshaw
BTI
RUPERT - - Lynn N.
t6, o f Rupert, d ied
Bradshaw, 86„c
Dec.
Thursday, D
cc 11. 2008, a t
his hom e.
ml will
T he funeral
^ bc h eld a t
f Apachc Junction, Ariz., andr
irrON, U ta h -■ Jeanette oofA
L\YT(
(Jerry) M onti off
:r ShUl,
70, passed aw ay LccAnn
Lee
'R;cter
S
La.; four grandchll-^';
ay, Nov. 30, 2008, a t h e r SllddI,
Slid
Sunday,
five g r e a t-g ra n d c h llv
drc
hom c2 d u e to com plications . dren;
dren;
th
re
e b ro th e rs, Hoy^
r
kidney ,---------- ;------- - drc
of
kl
Teeter
o f O gden, Utoh,
re an d
.f
Tee
failure
V
ernon Teeter o f H eyburn-:
jtcs.
Ver
dlabctc!
an
d
D
onaldTcctcr
o
f
Nompo:>-':
c
w
as
anc
Shc
and
ant one sister. Lcia Rigby o f
bom MMay
: 17.
Layton,
Utah. Shc w as pre­
in Y ost I s v -i'., ' ! ■
Lay
1938,, in
ceded
In death by h e r p a r - ;
th e
ccd
U tah,
ents:
^ tc r of
ent two sisters: e ight b r o th - ,
daughti
ers;
A. an d
ers; and h e r son. Kelly Shill. .
Roy A.
C
e E. Taylor Teeter.
Crcm atlon is u n d e r Uicc.v■
Groce
of
L indquistt ■
ettc m arried D o u ^ a s K. dircction
d ir
Jeanettt
A m em orial serv­
Mo
Shill liIn 1957; they late r Mortuary.
icc
f.
rccd in 1978.
icc will bc held In h e r h o n ot-.
divorce
rviving ore h e r tw o InIn the sp rin g o f 2009 InSurvi
^ tc rs , Darla (Ed) H arper Burley.
Bu
daughti
r •
tty’ Rember
Elizabeth‘Bett!
lasted u n til Craig’’s ■
;tty Rcmber, o f Saw tooth grace,
grt
In N ovem ber o f 2001.
!y, d ied in CaldwcU o n death
dc
Is survived by h esrr .
iday. Dcc. 9, 2008, In h er ■ Betty
I
f
year,aftcra lo n g stru g g lc son,
soi William C. R cm ber o)(■.
Brenda) Kendall o f 91styei
Rlchord (Bi
Moscow;
a n d h e r so n andti
I
Alzheimer’
s
disease.
M<
n;
daughter,
Patty
withAI
H agerm an;
, John an dd..
bo rn
l.ois daughter-in-law
do
o f Boise;
ShcIC was
(Louis) Bilbao
Bl
Iv
R em ber o f Saw tootiv
a bcth
Lcvckc
in Julie
Jul
Idren, lulie KendaU Ellzabc
grandchlldi
n-,
Shc was preceded intcrset, Iowa, o n Dec. 27, Valley.
Va
Trlcia (Tom) W inter
o f Elko, Nev..
N
n .
by two sisters, Helen
dc
and Lynncttc 1917.7, ito Horry ond Evaiyn deoth
Bilbao o f Boise
Bl
a n d Ruth Engle; o shiiII.. ;■
2kc. The fomUy m oved to Sliaw
Sh
rd o fO iic o , Calif.; U vcke
(Ben) Ford
c i . ''
a n d her husband.
Mi
cot-g ran d ch lld rcn ; Buhl,1, 'w here Betty’s porents Mlchacl;
fo u r grcn
Cr
tt-greot-grandchiid: h ad aa 1form during th e G reat Craig.
o n e greotiAt her request, n o m em ori­
trcsslon. Shc grad u a te d
stcrs-in-iow . Betty Depre:
th re e slsu
d.'.
•errin) Allen o f froma EBuhl High School an d alol servlcc will b c held,
Jonc (Fei
11*. .
those w ho remcm-.
aw arded an R.N. after olthougli
all
Utoh, E thel wos ai
B righam City,
(
:c
n ing at Holy C ross bbcer h er should p la n a nico
M arlluchI o( f Ely, Nev.. a n d tralnin
with friends to ho n o r a pltal In Salt Lake. M ost o f meol
m
vlariluch o f Icrom c. Hosplt
LaRene Mi
wlio left Uie w orid a.
ix
nursing carcer w as s p e n t person
pi
In d eath h er nu
Shc w as preceded
p
Id-.
place lhan sh c found
u n Valley,'whcrc Dr. John better
bt
Wllllaip a n d a t Sun
by h e r p arents.
ar
ritz was h er m en to r a n d it.
it.Would that w c all could dluo
Ite; a n d four bro th - Moritz
M arguerite
aswcU.
nd.
as
om lngo.
M artin , friend,
ers.
Dor
cs: ■
Betty’s family a p p reciates
e tty m et Craig R cm ber
Bctr
Phillip a ni dd Pete M ariluch.
cU.
lc 'w orking at Sun VaUcy, th
th e loWng carc s h c received
lorlal servlcc will b c whUc
A m emoi
th e staff o f Prestige
Uicy m arried sbc m onUis from
fr
c o n d u c tec d a t 10 a .m . an d iUi
n
A:ssisted Living a t A utumin-;.
lay, Dcc. 17, a t th e laterr oo n June 14. 1941. They A
W ednesda:
KL„
an d from tho staff o f XL
dc Uicir hom e in Hailey Wind
W
rd First B aptist m ade
C asilcford
rs,.:
Hospice. In lieu o f fio\vcr9.
Church, In
tr urnm ent will b c a n d I Itla te r in th e S a w to o th - H
dc.-,
m ay b e m ade
cy an d were valued m em - contributions
cc
A rrangem ents Valley
In Elko. Nev.
N
to the Salm on River Clinic in .
are u n dcerr th e dirccUon o f berss co f both com m unities, to
ur-.'
o r to a d ia rity o f your
:ir m arriage, m arked by Stonlcy
St
F a rm e r FFiuneral C hapel in Tiieir
icing an d lau g h ter a n d choicc.
d
dancli
Buhl.
inie (Mariluch) Kelendall
,N — Jen n ie
HAGERMAN
cndall, age 86,
(M arlluch) Kcnc
I, passed
oway
o f H agerm an,
p
>c. 11, 2008, ot
Thursday, Dcc.
and
C o rn e rsto n eCore
Living
In
A ssisted
Ll
H ag e rm a n .b o m June 21,
Jennie w asi b<
Iko, Nev., th e
1922, in Elko,
d a u g h te r o fr W
V illiam a n d
M arg u e rite M
Maarlluch. Shc
grew u p in Elko
Ell an d w as
m a rrie d to D
Dean L am ar
K endall o n Aug.
Aui 25, 1939.
T hey w ere m arried
arri just sh o rt
o f 67 ye ars a tat th e tim c o f
Ultho n Aug. 22,
Lam ar’s d ea
2006.
T hey w ere part
pa ow ners o f
b u tion in Elko.
Blach D lstrlbut
A fter retiring, they
til m oved to
C a stlefo rd inIn 1977. T h e y
s p e n t m alyn y years w ith
n c l^ b o r s Uicre.
friends a n d ncl{
In 2004, thticy
e y m oved to
10 bI c c lo se r.to
H a g erm a n to
th e ir so n a n dJ his
hi wife.
a so n .
S urvivors Includc
Inc
I
eter Shill
Jeanette Teet
(!oy Zane Neal
Neal, 72. o f
Coy Z a n c Nc
K im berly, d ie d \W ednesday,
D c c 10. 2008,), a t th e TVrin
ter.
Falls Carc Center.
Washingtijtonjudgehe
tears S "
lungassoiociationdisppute “I ,.:'"SBgall
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Dcc. 17,
>>,-«■Wednesday,
jp e rt LDSWcst Stake
.;vlsitatlon
Ccnter. !6S.I00W
26
from 6 to
to 8 p.m. *I\icsday,
5, a t th e H an sen
Dec. 16,
y Rupert
Chapcl, 710
M ortuary
1
Sixth S t,, aain d one ho u r before
servicc aItnth e church.
ence Sheridan
L a w ra
incc
A.
“Bode"
1, 86, o f TVvln FaUs.
j r s d a y ,D ^ 11,2008,
died Thun
H ospital In
a t th e Beacon
Bc
0.
PocatcUo.
gem cn ts w ill b e
A rrange
cc d by Reynolds
an n o u n ce
InTWin Falls.
Funeral Chapcl
Q
bertThieme
H ub
I — H u b ert L.
, 76. o f Filer, d ie d
ly, Dec. 11, 2008; b l
Thursday,
Us.
. .
INvlnFaUs
Igements
vrill b e
Arrange
by F arnsw orth
an n o u nteed
ci
ry ofjerem e.
M ortuary
V lr^ n la "G lnny" KaUiryr
S
Siouthw ick o f IVvIn Falls
m.
m
n em orial scrvlcc at 1 p.m
today
a t W hite M ortuary K
ir
tc
TWinFaUs.
T
i
Aiclle Funk o f Fairfield,
Luc
icral a t lOJO a.m . today a t
funcn
LDS Church In G ooding:
tiic! U
Itation from 9;30 to 10:15
vlsitat
n. . today a t th e c h u rch
a.m
cmaroy's
G ooding
{Dem
apel).
Chapi
AniUam
" B lir
C lair
Wll
lU more o f Buhl, f u n e r^ a t
a.m . today a t tiie Calvary
apcl in Buhl (F arm er
Chop'
neral p i a p d In Buhl).
Funei
^
^ Scott T h om as C h estn u t o f '
orWalnut Creek. Calif., a n d for
merly
ofTWin FaUs, scrvlcc5a t r
n
the;
4:30
p .m . to d a y a t tht
4
chr
A
Ascension Episcopal C hurch
vln:r<
371
3 Eastland D riveN . InTWli
FaUs.
F
3eorge
E. V anhoozer o f
Get
o m e , celebration o f life
Jeron
th Ught
lunchcon from 11
witii
1
n . to 2 p.m . to d a y a t
o.m.
lorgc a n d Paula's h o m e ,
Gcon
4055 1T hlid Ave. E In Jerom e
ove-R obertson
F uneral
tapel in Icrome).
O m e r I^ n n lU i C arter o f
ton
Jerome,
fu n eral a t nooi
Ji
rth ':
M
at
Fam sw ortl
^ onday
Mortuary.
1343 S. LincolnI itIn.^
Jerome:
visitation from 4 too a<}'
ourp.m
f . Sunday a n d o n e hou
before
Uic scrvice M onday,-af
a
I
the
t m omiary.
M
Maaxine E (B d tran ) U tutg
Shoshone, m em orial servofSh<
a t i p.m. today a t th e First
Ices at
p tistC h u ith , 205 N. Alta b l
Bapti
oshone (Demaray Funeral
Shosl
rvicc, Shoshone C h ap d ).
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:N EW YORK — Van
Johnson, w h o se boy-nextbo;
less m ade
do o r w holesom eness
him a p opuIdr
Holly- ■ ■
Wood sta r in ■ f f
(be '40s a n d
’3Ds
w ith
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'9 0 S econds
over Tokyo,"
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jateM i
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and
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n e u r a l causes. H e w
waas92.
J o h n s o n d ie d a tt '•ftp p a n
Uted living
Zee M anor, a n asslste
said
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N.
W endy Blelswelss,
s. ni d o s e
fdend.
ilctic
build.
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sd lace
and
h ^ d s o m e , freckled
i
<f. tiic
redsunny personality,
t
m edoppoh i ^ Johnson stan©
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A ^ n . E lizabeth l^)4or
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dCcadcs u n d e r com
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actor, equally a t hh owm e witii
com edies ( T h e Bride
Bri( Goes
g to
vWd,'’ *1bo Young
u ass"),
vfir m ovies ("Go for
for Broke,"
Decision"),
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Dei
■ill o f a
nOislcals ("Thrill
J
bishop,, d ied Friday. He w as
90.
:s, a Je su it d ie d in a n
Dulles,
iry
at
F o rd h a m
inflrm arj
sity, w here h e w as a
U nlversit
;or for tw o deca d es,
profcssoi
in g to th e Rev. Jim
acc o rd ln
M artin oof Amcrica. a Jesuit
in c th at reg u larly
m ogazini
ic
pubUshcid Dulles’ articles.
; John Paul 11 a p p o in tPopejc
lies in 2001 to th e
cd DulU
College• oo f Cardinals, m aking
A m erican Jesuit
him th ee first
i
U.S. th e o lo ^ a n
a n d th ec first
I
o u tsid ei oI f a dloccsc to b e
n a m edi (a cardinal. H e w as
ered the d e a n o f
co n sid er
:on C atholic th c o lo Amcricoi
gions.
n Pope Benedict XVI
W hen
tiic U.S. In April, h e
visited ti
tim e for a p riv a te
m a d e tl
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mt l f a
lg w ith the c ardinal in
m eeting
York, u n d e rsc o rin g
N ew Yi
p F e S N K n l UoT
D ulles’’ im
: p o rta n ce to th e
ON — Form er
WASHINGTON
church,1.
iresldent Ron
Team sters pres
cs cam e from 0 fam ily
Dulles
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Carcy, w ho pledg
usmen.
o f statcsi
but
union o f m o bcorruption
co:
gra n d so n
of
a
T he
cd Lom-leader*"
was later forced
I
rterian m inister, h e
P resbytc
ship In a Qnaiv
a n d a i scandal. P r o m i n e f l t l
IC son o f S ecretary o f
h as died a t age
Jo h n Foster D ulles.
S ta te Io
said Friday.
un d e r President
ORK — C ardinal w ho s csrvcd
r
NEW YORI
Carey d ie di aat New York
ilcs. a convert to D wightit1Elsenhower. T he carllcal
A v ^ D ulles,
Hospital M ed
ia Center o f
ithoU dsm from a d ln a l’s I u n d e w as A llen
(day
R om an Cath<
Q ueens H iu rsd
a evening o f
,
w
ho
led th e C entral
a ru from lung
p ro m in e ntt AAim erican famUy DuUes, \
co m p llcatio
jen c e Agency, also In
ICCa re y sa ld tn a
w ho w as tiie
tiie only U.S. th e- Intelligei
cancer. D a n id
senhow cr ad m lnlstralam
erview.
o lo g ia n na
med a c a rd in a l th e Else
td e p h o n e ln te
rv
w ith o u t first
flrsi bec o m in g a tion.
A flerastiinIn
tlnth e Marines,
sc joined
Che
Carey first
T eam ste rs in
In 1956 w hile
for U nited
working as a ddriver
t
rfce. He b e c a m e
Parcel Servicc
p re sid e n t o f ai local u n io n
p o st in N ewtrYod:
Yo In 1967 o n a
platform o f cdhi a U e n ^ g corship In Uic orgonlru p t leadership
zation.
officials
In 1989. federal
fe
rseelng m u ch o f
b e g an oversei
sters' op e ratio n s
th e T eam ster
after th e imlio
lotn setticd a dvU
racketeering
lg lawsuit
l<
alleging
itroUcd by organh w as control
izcd crlm c.
tiem
T h e se ttie
r ent req u ired
\s to
to p o flld a ls
tc b e chosen by
n bbie rs, a d e d s lo n
u n io n m em
b ecom ing
th a t led toI Carey
Ct
;om stcr p resident
th e Qrst Tean:
e lected b y m em
e bership.
!
took
the
helm o f
W hen h e to
In 1992. Carey c u t
lalary. elim in ated
p e ritssu c h aas
sl lim ousines a n d
Its a n d rem oved
p riv ate je ts
local
d o z e n s o f to
a le a d e n ta intInfluence.
e d b y m o b InC
igadoon") an d
o fth eU nlon,”
e").
-M adam e Curie")
height o f his
' D uring th e he
inson was cast
popularity, Johnsm ost o fte n aaas tiie allA merican boy.: H e played a
h o tost a leg In
real-Ufe flier who
he bom bing o f
a crash after the
Over
Japan In "30 Seconds
So
as a w riter in
Tokya” H e was
altiiyAmerican
lovc w itii a wcalti^
glrirR iylor)ln‘"The
T> Last Tim e
ISaw Parls."
H e ap p earedlaassa p o st-C M l
W ^ fo rm c rb i""The
T I Romance
of Rosy Ridge."
Itly. he h a d a
M ore recently
985
small role lnl9B ! as a movie
Jy Allen's "The
acto r In Woody
Cairo."
Purple Rose o ff O
any diet
S , '" a
nt Catholic
canflnalde
dead at 90
I
Osci
scar nominated
W hen sh c a p p e a rs in1 ' i
n, a-,
provocative evening grown,
clly :tress Nina Foch dies |painter played b y G ene KcU
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— N ina
W/
)ch, 84, a I P
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Foch
Hooll:l y w o o d I d j l j B g V
sup]
rtress be st b H P l | | | £ ^
actre
m c m b e re d
rcm<
a s1 th
t e cool
so p l
I
s hice ]played In
the
“AJl
ni A merican
fock
,
In I PiParis" and
forir h e r O scar-n o m in atc d
srform ancc as a secretary,
perfi
toum lng h er de ad boss inI
m ou
•xccutive Suite," d ie d Dcc. 5>
"Exe
a t: a0 Los Angeles hospital off
le blood disorder myclodys-•
theb
lasia.
plasi
In m orc th a n 30 m ovie>
ppcaranccs, Foch w as rarcly/
app<
front-ranked star. But in1
a fn
!vcral key roles, th e tall1
seve
lond a a rc ss show ed greatt
bion
dU. projecting regal bearing;
skUl,
riUi m o m e n u o f vulnerablll-wiUi
ty.I.
Shc
Sli was idcaUy cast a s Milo)
oberts ("as in Venus de") in1
Robi
Vn A m erican .In Paris"’
“An
1951), directed t v V incentec
(195
IlnncUl an d featu rin g thec
Min
luslc o f U»e G ershwin brotii-mus
ers.rs. Shc portrayed a w caltiiyY
m erican arts patro n w itii aB
Amc
Midcncy to-fall In lovc wltiitl
tcnc
h e rnproteges.
I
I
I
tp?-:asks
her, ”^ ^ a t h olds It upi
i
1Foch replies in charactc
"Modesty."
yeci ■
The next year, shc playc
M arie
A n to in ette
i(V^
I
“Scaram ouche" (1952) an
a n i:
ten-*:
'then achlcvcd greater attci
tion w ith h e r role in th e allvl
al
ilte’ ;;
star dram a "Executive Sulti
(1954).
F o n n e rp re s id e n l
o f C y p ru s d ie s a t 7 4
NICOSIA. C y p ru s— Tassi
ssos'i
iline:;
I'opadopoulos, th e hardlh
former president o f Cypn
dc^
w ho u sh ere d th e dividt
ican>
island Into th e E uropci
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reek::
j.N .::
Cypriots to rc je ct a U.l
pcacc deal, d ie d Fridayy of:!
lung canccr. H e w as 74.
I asj;
P apa d o p o u lo s served
president from 2003 to Marchi;
ar
2008.
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Dkci.;i
he w as ho sp ita lized last;:
It
m onth w ith severe breathi:
lilng‘;|
problems.
t^ls successor. Preside
dent:;
D im itris C hristoflas. call
lUed;;
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ni
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Hailey-1-based chiLurch celeb]brates 125iyears p
ByKaiM Bonkk
ndnt
TUn»»W*w> coim pond*
,
ing town
Hallcy WM a bustling
o f 3,SOO people. 18salo(
flvc new sp ap ers an d du
streets crow dcd w ilh\ m erchants, g am blers an d nm iners
w hen Idaho's first Episc
bishop, DanlelTUtile,
ste p p e d o ff a stagccoac
1681.
"No sacram ents, nloo I
days, n o Sunday school he
d rc d s o f
noted. ‘And yei hundrc
o « l e n n ,k i i w i b d i l i k i c t a l
r. Stow Carty boldi tka piacairioail
R0V.SI
children a n d families. Ought
C
Itto I N I
taaitt
wc n ot. m u st wc n ott loi
___ after th e se sh eep in thethe
\^lderriess7"
"Ifthese walls couldd ttalk, they would tell
uying
TUtile s e t a b o u t buyii
“am ple" ch u rch lotslin
in Hallcy
of something
stories of people’sifeith,
fe
'
an d K cichum . And a year
yc
nouiselves-’’
bigger thane
later, th c W ood River Vj
first p riest — the Rev. 1;
hawn Carty
— Rev.Shat
im N
Trem aln O sb o m from
1 ew
York— arrived In town
o n establishing an Epii
rty
bigger Ihan ourselves," Cartj
ice 1883."
.church.
said.
*I th in k o f w hat hap p en ed
Now. th e 130-memb'
ck hta H a liir fa itin H ch «fbM s as
■don
m ber
S U M d iiM v lid
o of E M anol Epbcopil Cteck
T hc steeple features the
th
e
past
125
years—
th
c
im anucl
congregation o f Ilmma
attch cjnboihaa tbi rnraid awaiUai
!■ CWst aad a c reu ta a c m n , «ttcl
!ll
Wood River Valley's first bell
c at Depression, two Worid
rat.
J m M h k « b o rrta
Episcopal O iu rc h iss celeb
cc
ITS yet our com m unity o f■ — a 522-pound bell, w hichrt ■
irsary,
ing its l2 5 ih annivcrsa
th e congregation p aid for by
th an d this building is stlU
;e o f the
m arking th c passage
buying shares a t 50 cc n is a1
ing." h esald.
eer
r ~ ------------------- church from a pioneer
pound. 1\vo days after it waj
ras
One o f thc m ost notable
church th a t p r ^ a tesdl tthc
hung, the church p eople
iturcs o f the church, w hich
odcm
state o f Idaho to m ode
rang it for a half-hour in
on th c National R e n te r o f
limes.
stortc Places, is Its 16 glass- honor of Geo rge
lo k ln g a ta
^
’
Being a c
"Actually, we're look!
Washington's birthday.
since
id-jevt«l s ^ n e d glass w in•bration
- ji
ift
Hailey w
couple years o f cclcbn
ShorUy after th c church
iws believed to have b een
. . .
pleasant
th c
^
I
— first to celebrate th(
was finbhed, St. M ichael’s1
ode o n th e East Coast by
instance
church, w hich is th ec people.
pi
m u .f d M .ld l.
ued
Church In Boise City donate
iropean artisans and
m ^K H g
funerals
th e n to celebrate th1C
e bbuilda small M ason a n d I lam ilnn
stalled as early as 1887.
W ars
been bic
ing. w hich wras finishc In
pum p organ that h a d c om1C
c
faith:
S
tained
glass
experts
con.
exploslo
1885," sa id thcRcv.Sci
9. It
around Cape H om In 1889.
n d th at they m ay b e th c
■ 1 ^ ^ On Aug.:
^T v n E fil
Carty, th c latest in aa long
lo line
w as originally used In th e
icst historical church wlnTuttle ar
ofrcc to rs to serve thc
;hc
first Protestant ch u rch in
»ws in th c Northwest.
accompi
twccn
«
church. "And in betw
c
lel.
Idaho — now C hrist Chapel
T h c gothic-arched lancets
^
beenco
we'll celeb rate tlie I25th
125
O sbom p ut th e organ Ini as
ature a p le th o n o f biblical
J priest In pioneer
Histo
Vl
hisheni
'
anniversary o f thc bcU,
bell which
rvvragon a n d hauled it to serv
lo
u
tio
n
s
and
symbols,
was not always a
irc and
The man
was cast in B altim ore:
ices in Ketchum. Bellevue
ich as a Illy— a sym bol o f
jnt task. II Inciuded. for
V ..,
entranci
shipp ed acro ss th c; country."
COI
is
irity an d o f the
Mary, a n d even old m ining towns
ice. conducting tf«
------ I
n ow ac
T h c ch u rch — thIC
c 0oldest In
st
like Bullion four m iles west
n e honors Bishop Tattle,
Usofmenwtiohad
M to
topofU ttbalfiy
an d site
laa CdUe OMS tta l m a m iM oa
est still in
UMorifiaaiwoodn
Hallcy a n d th c oldest:
o f Hailey, said John
th e r was donated In
blown up in mining
1*“lo*®
al C
DlOCCSC
. tmM»tlNdnrch.
Mm
course,
u se in th c Episcopal
1C
Chapm an, w ho still h a s thc
snor o f Alexander
iions.
and lhr<
o f l d a h o - w a s b ulUtvvlth
iln
organ In his hom e.
ulberison, a renow ned fur
J. 1.1884. Bishop
Ice cream
funds raised from icc
i
'H e would s tand u p an d
a
der
w
ho
established
Fort
hey
w
ere
liable
to
oysters
P erhaps th e m
m<ost u nusual----- parties as they
and fether Osbom
socials, d in n e rs o f oys
said
preach &t)m th e w agon," sa
enion — die first pcrm aC hapm an
joy on th
liserw asw hai------ b e s c ta flrerl'C
c ra d e p a rtype o f fundraise
npanled a man wtw had
an d cclcry. masqucra(
C hapman.
Christm
i
ectric
coflvWed
of murder 10
, cnt
™ settlem ent in M ontana
iring banjo
they c a lle d 'e le
c t parties."---------------- w rote,
ties, c o n certs fcaturin
C hapm an, w ho grew u p in
I
11847.
ners
laid
th
c
corservicc
w
fled
tepidly-------------Parishlonen
jnglng.
0
playing
People
shuffle)
. ^
solos a n d th e piano p!
IW in Falls, lives a t the
church,an was hung near the
nerstone in11885.
18 It con*
*1“Still
°^ another was placed in
I'ss m
over a c arpet 10
to generate---------{
o f p o et Ezra Pound’
r o th er
O ovcriy Ranch, w hich
icm ory o f a 3-year-old girl
ble, prayer bfw k.
T h e co
to dis--------tataedaB lble.
an icd b y
ciectrlcity. th e:nn tried
I
nee of Quigley Gulch.
an d d a n c e s accomip
pai
mh
O sbom buDt 1.8 m iles nonl
h o se brother becam e
ibcled ore sa m ples
ihe$4,0C
:n nvo
I crosfrcountof ski site
irchcsun.
chargc it. W hen
t well-----------carefully label
Professor Delius* orch
ofHalley. O sbom m ilked
«n m
o f tim e.ite( of a proposed golf
ins kissed, thc------ from a dozen
i ines in th e
0 alley’
" ^ s flrst telephone operchargcd persons
T h c lad les held a Ladies
U
ira
cows thcrc to b rin g in extra
lor a t age 12 and th e n w ent
sUvermc
e. Six hundred men
sold lam p
"snap" could ^b eh eI a r d l n l h e ----- a re a a n d a ccoopp y o fth c H b o d
1
ialr, a t w h ich dicy’sol
np
m oney following th e slump
s, v%ich
ic atu ic d
after and
rote thc late---------- River Times,
Vi
hree women watched.
" on mto l>ccome vicc president
•rs. wax
nexl room , wroH
m ats, ladles slippers.
in th e m ining industry.
fAT&Tv4icre he au thored
Culb
in
th
c
d
eath
o
f
plunged
)
m
a
n
in
th
e
----------a
n
article
on
tl
e
quilt,
a
n
D
orothy
C
h
ap
m
1
Jlowers, a Japanese qi
Like th e church, th c hou!
Iuse
n agreem ent w ith th e gov-----------------------------trad«
over the
ICS S.
S GranL
set.
Wood A /t« r/ouum
n oi. W hen a ------Gen. Ulysses
em b ro id ered toilett sc
LS5
boasts several sta in e d gla.u
m m ent settling antitrust
Bent
Ig aaparade le d by
years, th c site. And on
n tc
took o n
young m an p Ul
u l his
I nose n e a i,------ FoUowing
[
G ran d m a Belt even
windows, including on e
Isputes.
n
a
s
Day
1885
the
first
n
ent
mi
Brass
b
an
d
,
the
Carty]
sparks
w
ould--------th
e
Ketchum
1
o
fknitiing
a
gas
burner,
sp*
;
th e "ard u o u s task” of
m
em
orializing
O
sborn's
wi
"Ifthese
walls
could
talk,
HTifC
;
w
as
held
In
the
new
in
lE
sons
sc
attere
d
ness
can
Hailey M t^ n :
Jemen's silk Qy, igniting thegas.-----------------cg
three p airs o f gentlen
y would tell stories o f
•icSti
w in e
m otto:1.*1
u ri
sion, news‘It w as said th
thatconvM al------ c o m fo rn oDurishment,
socks fo r th e occasloi
Please see 125 YEWS. Page'
[eC2
faith, o f som ething
finished
mcoplc's
en
m ei
ent an d oil for
v tiih u congregation
s’
}ted.
people m u st not atlend these----forreftcshm
pap e r a cco u n ts notet
.000 church In thc nick
w ho
! .C a i^ said, since th e
Halli
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Tiarkct crashed shortly
ato r
n d Hailey's population
o n ti
I
1
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ap l
Not always
pleasant task
[fon
;
a
r e l ig io n
Sitarf«DK«itel3,2008
1008
■ CHURCH NEWS
fS
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: Single adults
: Iwst dinner
.
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j8tm ss,8|tf
B enuM ;af>tK4(wM
n i c U>S single A dults
Jits will
ristm as
* hold an an n u a l C h risl
D inner at 6:30 p.m . today,
to
w ith dinner sia n in g a ti77 pf .m .,
rch. 152
at the Pella Ward C hurch,
W. 400 S. in Burley.
igcs 31
,
All single a d u lts age:
and older are invited. Sunday
Sut
dress, please.
Darla
Inform ation:
D
Sim mons, 678-6169 oorr 670H03.
^
.
_
.
MISSIONARIES
S
>vc.E InTWin Falls.
2055 Filer Ave
p am features secThe progra
ond- th r o u^gslx tii-g ra d c stu dents o f Imim
n anuel Lutiieran
;lng an d caroling.
Sdiool singin
include
a
Others
CandlelightIt C hristm as Eve
7 p.m. D e c 24; a
Day scrvlcc a t 10
o.m. an da aNew Year’s Eve
scrvice a t 7’ p.m
p .
ass will be held at
All service
h. T he public Is
the church,
nform ation: 733Invited. Infi
7820.
arc m oving to
Kansas.
outs will hold a
Tlic C ub Scout!
iaic from 9:30
baked food sale
Sunday a t the
a.m . to I p.m.. Su
church.
for m .R o lg lo ifS B ^
p l' p n i t itupeit church
rch presents ChlistmM’D
: Christmas con
KHICen
' lattf-thMlndbr^TliMC
;
:2 3 ,fo r:.tK B ;S a t^ ;i
bn10eiday.v,,
D ^ S O . I b r W SBbiiidayJan:
to
irhB to Glen
3 <Mltloin.Sand hemi
Thomason «t;«il«n®r
its
MV Jubilee presents
Christmas concertt
The Magic Valley lu
luib ilcc
will present a C hristmlaassci o n cert ot 7 p.m. to d ay' aatt the
Rock Creek C o mim
m tuniiy
-e. n.
Churcii, 262 Fifth Ave.
1 In
1\vln'I'alls.
The c o m m u n ity ccoo nr c c rt
fcalures local vocalists
SIS an d
musicians w ith special g
Oatmeal.
n d tlic
Admission Is free, aanc
in v ited .
.public
Is
inv
6.
information: 734*9436.
Jones speaits
,
rc n
at Twin Falls ciiurcl
ones of
D eacon "nimmy Jon<
est celeRupcn will bc th e guest
IjRint for Eucharist a t 8 an
ai d 10
scenslon
.a.m . Sunday at th e Ascei
I,
371
Episcopal
C hurch,
ATin Fulls.
Easdand Drive N. in TWin
C hristian E du catio
n for
Ion
childrcn and a d u lts is
hild carc
from 9 to 9:50 a.m . Chile
•cn oge 5
Is provided for children
an d y o unger fro m 8:45
8:' to
11:30 a.m.
icipatlng
. Tlie churcii Is particip
in th e Blanket a n d Sleeper
Sh
. Drive for the S ou th C
O cnttal
C om m unity
A ction
w ill b e
Partnership. Ite m s wl
>nth an d
blessed laler th is m ontl
b r distridelivered toSCCAP forc
fam ilies.
b u tio n to iocal fan
bags o r
Blankets, sle e p in g bai
requestblanket sleepers arc rcc
cd.
collectThe church also Iss ct
ing cash d o n atio n s to supto
port a m edical m issioon
n trip
i
ich
, Nicaragua, in w h ic
h Sara
Poppleton, a s tu d e in t a t
Pacific University, Iss partlcip;
pating. Morc in fo rmnatio
a l n Is
available at th e ch urch.
.ris ts a r v
Wednesday Eucharisi
a.m . and
Iccs arc held a t 7 a.m
12:15 p.m. Bible stu diy
y vwill b e
ly.
a t I I a.m. W ednesday.
1248.
Information: 733-124
II s e t s
Calvaiy Lutherans
woisliiptime
Lu th eran
The C alvary Lut
st
and
C hurch
on
21st
G ooding
California s tre e ts In Gc
' will hold w orship aatt i9 a.m .
a sto r Mark
Sunday w ith Past
lg.
Latham oRlciating.
will follow:
A break fast wli
vcM ioHczadm ission Is a free'
Ing.
Inform ation: Bot
5846.
Presbytenans c<
tliinl Advent Sui
>UnCl3y
c e le b ra te
.
J
unday o f
T h e T h ird SSu
A dvent w ill bc: celebrated
c
a.m .
d uring w orship at
a t 10:45
1
First
S unday at th e Burley
Bu
liurch. 2100
Presb> ierlan Chui
Burton Ave.
T he service will
11include
il
the
children’s C hristr
stm a s program . T he Rev. Al
pastor,
All
a rcw elcom e.
)-5131.
Inform ation: 678-5
Hist Christiann, Church
I,
»Cal
presents music
siia n Chureh
T he First Chrisili
n t its onnual
choir will p resent
sical d u rin g
C hristm as m u sic
w orship at 10:50I a.m
a.i . Sunday
01 Shoshone
at the church, 601
lls.
St. N. InTWin Falls.
T he p rogram wiil
w feature
v nn a n d less
b o th w ell-know
arols. M ary
w ell-know n carc
:ts;
Ronda
N elson
dirccts;
M cD rum m ond Is
is th
t e accom nlc riorendo
panlst. an d Icnnlt
will be narratUig.
O ngoing actlvit
church includc Bible
Bib study at
sdays an d a
7 p.m . W ednesdt
n aat5 :1 5 p .m .
walking p rogram
hursdays.
TXiesdays a n d Thui
Inform ation: 733-2209.
73;
LDS West Stake
The R upert LD!
will present "Tidings of
Joy" at 7 p m .
Comfort an d Joy
Sunday ai th e stake
stal centcr, 26
Ipen.
S.lOOW .inRupci
T his C hristn
istmas Music
Festival fcoture
ures a youth
hoirs, orchestra
choir, ward choii
tmas Story.
an d th e Christma
E veryone is welcome.
136-1799. •
Information: 436-
oresented
lurcnes
atlWOCnU
C a n t a t a DI
p jm m u n lty
The West;t End
1
presen t a
Singers will
wi
Christm as ca ntata, "And
1CAround," at 7 3 0
CloryShonc
icsday a t tiie Buhl
p.m. Wcdnes
fetiiodlst C hurch
U nited Mci
and againatat3 p.m . D e c 21 ot
Lutiieran
the d o v cr rTWnlty
'
Church. .
on to th e m usical
Admission
lied celebration o f
ond narrate'
[lias
tiieChristm
t story Is free.
. . . . .. ..
)S singles
Regional LOS
hostfiiesidele
Tlie R c^o nnal
al LDS Single
AduHs (ages 31 Iand up) will
id e a t 7 p.m.
hold a fireside
TWin Falls Stake
Sunday at thcTW
luricc Street.
Ccnter o n Mauri<
A m em ber o f the
l Kimberly
Stake
. will
tfUl.
speak.
Refreshments will
wl!
m: Fred and
Inform ation:
326-4428.
Lynn Jaynes. 326
> be served. Children’sp
s l^ ta i(e s
^ B
chuich
piaCe 31 BaplM
d
Childrenn o f th e Icrom e
pilst C hurch Vkill
Bible Bopti
Community, Choir
Cl ,
as play, “Spresent a Christm
u
pnssentscom
O n C eit
Files," a t 7 ]p.m . Thursday a t
lell Com m unity
T he W endell
jrform “There is
Choir will perfo
VoridTbnight" a t
Pcacc In tiic Worl
y a ttiic N cw U fc
C om m unity CChurch, BOO
'cndcU.
Main St. In Wend
am was created
The program
an d Jay
by R andy Voder
Vad
stoiy
Rouse. The Christmas
Cht
irougli song and
vtrlll b c told ihroi
ngs. Everyone is
special readings
w clcom e to com
co e find out
how they canI havo
hv pcacc durstm as season as
ing tiic Chrlstm
s l oof the year.
well a s tiic resi
nts and a lime o f
Refreshments
ill follow
tiic profellowship will
fc
lation: 539-4186.
gram. Informatii
Vp m.sunclayat
ivitics at tlic Advent senric
wee set
n . l t> h ,in < l,
pai U lU r c n
fOr tplSCOpal
lost ooen
Methodists hoi
,
nday
house on Sund
First United
T he TWin Fallss F
rch will hold
M ethodist Churcii
ristm as o pen
lls annua) Christ
\
h o u se from 3 I10 7 p.m.
Sunday In th e Flrc
ircsldc Room.
Icomc; please
Eveiyone is vrelco
food to
bring a p late o f finger
fin
shore.
reception for
A farew ell rec
caa :Meyers will
loson a n d Ic ssic
b ch eld b etw ecnnSundayscrvSi
n dshlp Room.
Iccs in th e Friend:
the church1 132
I Sccond Ave. E
ir th choir will perThe chun
itata a l l 1a.m . D e a
form a cantu
21.
Jelight scrvlcc will
A Candid
bo held a t 66ta 0 p .m .D e c .2 4 .
1C Is wclcom c.
Everyone
om 324-2804.
Information
AgkwNe!
. .
.
nOWSWir
s a
Win Falls Aglow
The TWI
h o o d Lightiiousc
Nelghborhc
will hold aI C hristm as party ot
day at th e TWin Falls
7 p.m. Frida
C
Housing Ccom m unity Ccnter
located on th e c o rn cr o f
en u c a n d Sycamore
Shoup Aven
e ar Pizza H ut o n
Wenuc East).
a favorite finPleasc bbring
r
ger food,. D rinks a n d h o t
ill b e provided. A
wings vrfll
ip Exchange will b c
Coffee C up
held; fill a coffec cup with
nkets o r treasures to
treats, trink
iged a t tiic party.
bccxchangi
ne Is w elcom c to
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irich an d a 2008 graduDlelric
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:rc' h e played basketball
I foolball, ra n track an d
wasI ao m em b er o f tiic FFA.
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enter
Iter in Provo, Utah, o n
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Jan..7.7.
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ilster C harlene EUzabetii
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servln
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EUGIONLETUR
on
isunderstandings
01 e o f th e m ajor p erp e tra ­
is
o f this view th ro u g h his
evaii about‘rapture’ tors
I
scnsationallstic
a n d Inaccu­
j-
M iS t
nm i
h '*”
rThi
h e f i r s t l , 800y ea rso f
o phcU cthought an d
propi
ichlng d ea rly established
teach
at th
tiiat
t e C hurch would
iclcrgo th e pctsccution o f
unde
during the
thee Antichrist
A
lbulation.T hlspersecuTHbu
tlomn w
i ould b c c u t short
Idway by th e Rapture o f
mldv
e C hurch a n d Christ's
tiieC
tu m
retu
r p rior to th e unleashg o f God’s Wratii u p o n tiie
Ingo
woric
srid.
TThhislsth c 'p re -W ra tii
position. T he
Ripturc’
apt
ire-Tribulation Rapnuc"
"prcincept h a s led m any
conc
iirisUans away from th e
Chri:
ea r teachings o f botii tiie
cleat
Id ai n d N ew testam ents
Old
id h a s persuaded m any
andl
lat w c wiU escape perset hat
cutit
itio n by being snatched
Araytiirough a secret “rapirc." Hal Lindsay has b c^ n
GPS, caameraswratchiii^ooverBahyf Jesus f
“It’s sad ...b u l it's tiic
anotiier.“It
B’re faced witii."
rcalltywc’r
m bers o f a m inority
As memi
t
■
religion. Jews
Ja are probably hll
vhcn th eir rcll^ous
R
harder wh
W
symbols are
ai vandalized, said
ILauter. national civil
^
.
D cborahL
[nsctor for ihe AnUio n League.
DeJamalio|
;y Jesus Is removed. It
bc s een as a prank,"
said. “V andalism o r
R p
b® ' i 4 .
Lauter sal
a m en o rah is ju st
nsltivc. You feel like
morc sens
IH H B H M
eaUy being targeted
rell^on."
m m auBSKS
U )L Identified 699
ff piiii
The AC
ti-S em lticv an MihMahM' n«> a
Incidentssofan
t
boOdn ilttitf it OBtikli tbe coonsiH
WtOtaitM.na.’ibQl
In 2007, co n sisten t
d a lls m ln
dbap^wred frea tin crtdie is froat el
ent years.
with recen
licUt dM N t felo* a tU r to lecateile
letttt.A 6 P S M c e
go far■ii
In 2008, Baby Jesus
d ietidi the ctraafc fitne tlut led ttemteaHarbir
th«
has appi
ipeared In several
jpons. At First U nited
poUccrcpi
« anett of u 18-mr-old iliL Mortethaa70cliirdw<
Uu
aputBMrtaidUMa
1st
C hurch
in
Mcthodlsi
(tato ef a tKsrtty company offer ef tracUitdevien.
tra<
h m tak n • d rirtit
ing, Pa., a baby Jesus
Klttonnin{
:en a n d r e p la c ^ w ith
1
Brickllouse was stoler
:d ia teenage girl
York-based
footage show ed
In Eureka
offering u p to 200 a pumnpkin.
p
by Jesus w onh Security Is offi
stealing a baby
som eone who
instltu- Springs,, Ark.,
fl
rei
alm ost $500.. 1Police havo no n p ro fit religious
ded w ith a p lastic
:e imonth’s use of absconde
^ipc.
tions a free
o btained th e tap
sus from a public discam eras
an d baby Jesu:
ci
“They to o kik th e family security
;PS products It dis- play l a s;it 'w eek also took tiie
Gloria Herrera, IJglitningGPS
lesus," sold Gic
an d chain tiiat
concretee block
t
can anytributes.
40, a Catholic.. “How
“1
p p o se d to ac t as a
executive officer was supf
C hief cxei
body do that?"
It.
is si
said the Idea was deterrent,
rtsecutive years, Todd Morris
For tw o consc
3usly, stolen Jesus figPreviou
thieves m a d e «off w ith Ihc b o rn afterr aa few churches
3out o n e-m onth urines Ihave also b e e n
baby lesus figurine In asked abou
lead of longer con- defaced1 w ith profanity o r
well-off vlllai;c rentals Insieai
Wellington, a w
arc the norm. T he Satanic symbols.
sy
o f 60,000 in1 Palm Beach tracts th a t arc
ncidcnts raise a quesThe Inc
• T he ceram ic first 20 oirr so
s applications
County. F la .-1
Baby Jesus
n ssynagogues, he lion: IsI stealing
s
a ted by a lucul cam e from
original, d onate
ss
juvenile fun. o r
harm
less
is im ade in Italy
said.
m erchant, w as
iristianT
ochonon Goldman anil-Chrl:
lOUt $1,800, said
Robbl Yoch
an d w orth abou
ispcct m ost o f it is
ch iof C enter City, a
“1 susf
2, W ellington’s of Lubavlich
John B onde.
said attorPhlladeiphiaila-area branch of childish1 pranks,"
|
dircctor o f o picrations.
en
iikc Johnson o f th e
id L
Lubavitch move- ney Mik
So last year, r,o officials took a the C habod
led u p even though AllianceBID cfcnseF und.aconused to
m ent, signed
GPS u n it n oirmally
nr
vc C h ristian legal
ous biggest scarc servativc
ilication of mos- his previous
track th e opplic
th erc are
“
m d im planted it involved Ihe
the wind knocking group. “Clearly,
quito spray and
vtrllh a n ag enda lo
cnorah.
adults w
replacem ent fig- dow n a m cnc
In the latest rep
C hrist
from
arc very security remove
th at one dlsap"People; ar
urine. After thi
nas. But tiiey ten d to
an d Ihis is simply Christma
iriff's deputies conscious, ar
p eared , sheril
w ltii th e
ion," said Goldman, occupy’ tiicmsclvcs
l
c d it down.
a precaution,
quickly tracked
andcourtrt> om ofpubp ut a GPS on one courts an
Sensing oppop o m m ity ln th at w ho will put
lion."
n d a cam era on 11c opinio
cess story. New nienorah aan'
klrtd o f succcs
.• .
:ials H | | | | | | | | |
Church officia
chains M j | | B
give up on chi
and padlocks
BrEllcGDnU
rltef
Anociatod P rtttt writei
,
^ e n Baby
NEW YORK— Whe
lesus d isap p eared la year
from a Nativity scene on the
Wellington,
lown o f th e Well
Florida, c o m m u n ity ccnter.
a
village ofTiciols did nn’t't follow
I
s to rto io c a tc h im .
,
A GPS d ev ice m
inside the Ilfe-slze (
figurine icd sh e riffs tl
to a nearby apartm eni
ow n o n the
it was found facc dowi
8-ycar-old
carpel.
An
18->
Ited In the
w om an was arrested
theft.
Giving u p o n o ld1-fashioned
-fa
padlocks a n d trust,:, a n um b er
,ogues, govofch u rches.synagogi
Jln ary cltlem m en ts a n d ordln;
technolozens are tu rn in g toQ tc
lay displays
gy to protect holiday
from p ra n k s o r pprejudice,
r
positioning
GPS, o r glo b al po
s
ISC satellite
system, devices use
miiin e geosignals to d e tc rm
graphic locations oon
n Iland and
at sea.
irches an d
A bout 70 church
synagogues e a g er to cavoid tlie
cc b lo tte r
D ecem ber p o licc
rity com pajum ped at a security
u se o f GPS
ny's offer o f free ust
systems a n d h id d ecn
n cam eras
Ihls m o n th to gjuu a rd th e ir
m angers a n d m e nlorahs.
on
O thers, like thh e H errera
family o f N o rth1 IRichland
m atters Into
Mills, Texas, to o k mat
Upset after
(heir own h an d s. Up
w as stolen,
their teeier-to ttcr wa
Ihe family tra in eed
d survellIhelr yard
lancc cam eras o n1 tl
ised w hen
an d was surprise!
I'
li
:|
.
:
I
rate
n book. "The Late, G reat:
Planet
Earth." For th e
P
tiilnklng
Bible scholar. 1
ti
recom
m cnd Marv
n
Rosentiial's
book, "The Pro-IR
WraUi
Rapture o f tiie
V
Church,"
an d rc-read
C
M
N atthew an d Revelations
vritii
a Bcrcan view point o f
v
scripture.
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L25years _
■ttM lfnaiatiCl
n dd9 -y c ar-o ld so n w h o
an
wrcre
en killed w hen th e house
a u ^ t fixe In 1901.
cou(
CCih ap m an still has th e
svcrcnd^ brass bed, d ining
revc
oom tabic an d chairs a n d
root
/ashbasin. T he apple trees
was:
>sbom planted In tiic 1880s;
Osb
arrecstill
: there — there werc
6 elk
66
e tiiere tiie otiier m om ng enjoying tiie fhilts o fh ls
Ing'
abor. said C hapm an.
labt
A
And there’s th e m aple
urec
ec u n d e r v.4iich th e conje g a tio n h eld icc cream
grej
o c lals every summer.
socl
::hapm an. w hose family
Chs
las ow ned th e house sincc
has
i941,
194 will o pen it up
Sunday for a church d in n er
Sun
pjaarty
r to raise m oney for tiie:
-cstoradon o f the church’s
rcsi
iialncd glass windows.
stal
O
Cver Uie years the
:hurch.
w hich seats 80 p e o -­
ch i
ple
pie comfortably, has
ittia
atu c tc d h u ndreds o f c o u ­
ples
pic from outside tiie valleyr
who
wh w anted to b c m arried
In
in w
i hat they considered a
charm
ing storybook w ed­
cht
ddUi
ing chapcl. In fact, any
tim
tltr e a couplc cam c to be
m
arried O sbom asked
ma
tiic
the m to b rin g a rock, wltii
w
hich h e b u u i a very e d c c wh
lie
ticfireplace.
"1 u sed to get calls all th e
y,
tim
tin e from people w ho’d say,
'W
’Wc saw your cute llitic
cchi
h u n ± a n d w ant to get
m
mcarried tiierc.’" sold Jim
,Watidnson, form er rcctor
’w ho still serves a s the
church
o rg a n is t'
i
h
Today tiie church, w hich
:sits behind Atidnsons’
1M arket at 101 Sccond Ave.!.
:Soutii. boasts tvra servicesS
— at 8 an d 10 a.m . And
there’s talk of going to
three.
rC hurch volunteers o p e r­
ate a thrift store In a m a il­
o rder building th a t vms
shipped to Hailey in 1907'
an d assem bled In H ailey as
a n a ssaycri oflicc an d
library.
T he church o p e n s its
m
doors to a 12-step program
cach w eek an d it also c o n ­
eotributes to tiie ne ed s o f peo
pie In th e valley a n d arouni
ind
th e worid.
"1 grew up In a sm all
church o n W hldbcy Islandd
pen ear Seattic, so I have a spc
clai placc in m y h ea rt for
lid.
small churchcs," C atty said
"This is a church w ltii kids
Is
— an d It’s very m u c h a
m ultigcneratlonal chuich.
il.
That's attractive to m e.
b ccausc th e church Is o nic
e
:ulo f th e few places In o u r cui
turc w hcrc tiie young an d
old an d everyone In
betw een get to sp e n d timnc
c
w ith o n e another."
Karen Bossick n u ^ be
. reache(fat Umssick9coX'
Intemetcom o r 208*5 78-
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OLYMPIA, Waslt.. (/
Several liundrcd peop
eople rolHcd a t d ie S late Capi
lapltol on
1’
Bff 'T tott la the Moob of WlatertlaM’
I H a O e l^ HaadbeO Chotr wm r io
lhoHi
Sunday to protest ua 1holiday
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display inside tliat prov
irovokeda
riaf worship a t 10 B.B. S a a d a y althenntPreibyteriaBChBreh.209
tth
dlspamgnation al outcry by dls
IbeO Choir also will rise a t the
.
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Rftbl
inj; religion n n d dci
declaring
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BS]clac!fldes'LoHowA
•
listmas Ere te n iee a t 11 p.ia. Dec. 2
. Chilit
there Is n o God.
NaBd/UlelBlas.’
.Plctared, left to
se E’re EUoondsc' and 'ResoBances
ai
T he “w lnler solsticc sign
Marcia
Nelbllaf, Betty BeBefiel, •
M ,lB thebK k,areRobiB W eD t,M
ar
s p o n s o re d by (h e atiielstlc
at
I . Reoe Horaeraad Howard Neiblloj;
rector BarhanHb,JtBBleNelbl!Bg.R<
P
F reed o m
from
R(
Religion
I,
Harfle
AthlBsaad Uberty Yates;
the
Middle,
Maria
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F o u n d a tio n calls religion
r
aa aad
'm y th a n d supcrsllllc
[itlon.that
id hi the froat, VMaa Welli, aed laa
1 Kelly Probasco. Two home
h ard e n s hearts an d enslaves
ei
m.
bool chlM ch o ln win iMriafiflg before
belt ead dHiibj worship a t 10 a.m.
m inds."
rmatioB: 733-7023.
« . 21. EvetTone U welcome, lofonnat
An organizer a t Si
Sunday's
rally, Steve W ilson, sa outsplay was
rage o v e r the d lspk
was
grow ing, nnd that
pie o f all
offensive to p eople
. licht,
faiths:
tplay Dec. 8 at the Capitol iaOlrnpli
u d rtfcIeaftiKiDed ilcnt oi dltplt;
"W h e n It com es i
direct
idom Fren ReD|ioii FwDdaUon vas allowed
ann to plKe a tlcn, lecond fron
paraglng m y faith on
lathe
lal
sisnt,
and
even
the
theft
of
the
aV
Capitol last «Nk. protMtt, addRlciul sl
le re ld ra w
property, thai's w here
Bed lo the Capitol have tieenstatloBe
tkiuteo Stita Patnl troopen auigBnl'
,id.
oceiirT«d,««IWM«i
th e line,” Wilson snid.
Kboo
rthem.
«m
aad
tbe
people
who
come
to
view
tbi
p rotesters
bttp la ejre on Uwm
T h re e counier-prc
Dec.:
the rally,
stood a t the side o)ff tl
unt
opm ent hui that the rcccu
jrVktorL Simpson
to k e e p
Also o
the Sunday's crowd
croi
that said. McKenna haveJ defended
d'
h oldin g up signs th:
crisis “d e m o n stra te s hov
asoclated Preaa writer
iges
positive,
b
u
t
m
a
n
g
er
s
und
er
the
law
th
eir
messages
atheists'
right
un
“Get O ver it."
be
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ancial
activity
c
a
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hi
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still
sig
n
s
p
o
rballoons."
;lr sign In th e thcrc were sti
ip Monday
to d isp lay their
T h e sign went up
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VATICAN CITY — Pope! com pleiely tu rn e d In Oil
iregoirc a s
a m issing,
traying Greg
In th e Capllol rotunda
nda, alongCapitol,
lenedict XV! said T hursdayI itself, lacking any long-teni
Iven s c h e d u le d in cluded
legan granting G rinch. Ever
tree a n d a
T h e state beg:
side a "holiday" tree
)hilie ^ o b a l financial crisis Is aI consideration o f th e coin
]ok political p ot O'ReillyipU,
si Wllh. Since
5S to religious
speakers took
b ro ad er acccss
nativity scene.
esult o fth e q uest for short-• m on good."
"He’skHnri|ht.thatwucrnial
n
w y ears back,
shots,
displays a few
It
g e n erated
rn ational
Among O lher points:
erm gains a t th e expense off
e led
a dded a
“You have
le th e S ta te o f God inloatheist l i p hare
talk-show after a /ew ish group
grt
d e b a te after TV tal
• B enedict re jected th
the
I totob e th e a rm p it Adam Lee
laedaeirthedispianto
Uhe com m on good a n d saidI
enoroh to th e
W ashington
m ade It an H anukkah m ent
host Dill O'nelliy ma<
ead
he widening gap betw een1 idea that high birthrates lea
The othi
Ai I'm afraid
;ram . Gov. lo n g -sta n d in g5 d isplay o f a of America.. And
Issue o n his prograr
hal
ich a n d poor is a th rea t toJ to poverty, pointing o u t tht
vernor is th e on e s to le n F
ncc reportm assive evergreen that our goven
C hris Grcgolre’s ofllcc
ped
am ong die m ost deveiope
vorld peace.
o d o r to retu rn e doin h an d w as a
BrM
offi
o f C hristm as t r e ce —
- o r as athe- adding the offensive
ed rcccivlrig h u nnddreds
i
u
In a n annual peace m es-- countries, tiiose \vith h i^^ler
I," said
th e Rev. som ebodjscene m ade from
Aw
loH daytree” — the arm pit,"
i
protest the ists cail it, a "holl
calls, m ostly to proi
tie r
age directed at w orid le a d -­ b irth ra tes enjoy b e tu
jrson, a C hristian Seattle 5.
raT he wise m en w ere
th e Ken Huichersc
the
sp o n so red by
stated decision toI allow
al
npers,
Wi Benedict said th e "con-• opportunU ies for develni
knt n in th e restored;, i b ut th e sc e n e
:d.
A ssociation oj ff W
' ashington p re acher know
sign to b e displayed.
)Ses
d e n c e of hum anity" c an n oJ m ent. Tlie church oppow
d an Im age o f
Ben
rc(^on for his co m m e n ta ry along wit
Republican
Business.
G regolrc a n d Rep
nd
onger ignore Ihc econom icc anlficlal b irth control aan
sues.
sage. "Tlic
slugging Gregolre.
thei
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Rob
O rg an izers pplleaded w ith on social issue:
A tto rn e y
G eneral
abortion.
lifferences
th a t
h av es
knocking th e sen se o f
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• He said th e cu rre n t foli
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tem
n the most advanced coun-- crisis is characterized n ot>t ^so
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the
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ries.
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the
a s 'b y th e d in ic u iiy ln g aQhih
Benedict has spoken outt
Friday, b u t w a s
rich
ing access to it an d by difdl
■requenily o n th e w orldj
d to Ihe Capitol a fte r
wor
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crisis — a n d m adee fe rent form s o f speculi
tlie mangi
idy dropped It off a t a
Ir
devoid of
mankind.
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Mertyo
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ristian
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i
Catholic Church's World D ayy
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they w onder
observing God'
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for
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world m arkets.
term Investments a n d devel-1o k at
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t d ie Q iild in
they love a n d hold
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1
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fmi
t a te a s a d or “outside thee holy
hi place."
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\ in 1\vin Falts.
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loss
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n ess a n d sense o flo
s of
nothing is vulgar
la n t in the
m ean d iat somei
so m e th in g Im ponan
h a t a holy tiling
servanceof
but, Instead, thal
e m p h a sis a n d o bsen
Ians recoghas been put to ai common,
C hristm as. Christian
everyday use.
n ta j th a t C hristmlas
as IIs the
lodem
keeping
Tlius, d ie motl
celebration of Godd kt
nent over die
nding a
Christian's lamcj
Ills p rom ise o f sendii
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id a y W o r s h ip
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sin.
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can
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story o f tlie baby bbor
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ome, laid In
Chri-stmas hass been
b< profaned
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10:
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hum ankind, die
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aynot
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us, o r trust In
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to plan papalaltrip
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m e t w ith Israeli
S h im o n Fercs toi start
sta preparing for a visit to th e Holy
:nedlctXVi.
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Peres’
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frc
invited th e
ofTice says h e In
rael, and the
p o p e to visit Israel
iholic Church
le n d e r o f the Cathol
is co n sid e rin g a trip next
d aannounceyear. No ofTlclal
>en m ade.
m en t h as been
A ccordingz to
( th e sta te sa id -it would b e
m ent. Peres sal
lo r for isrnel to
a grcat honor
host him anid
d :strengthen th e
peace, reconciilam essage o f pet
J f c In the entire
tio n an d hope
M iddle Ekist.”
ment continued,
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i
lean declaration
official Vatlca
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Nearly all aCA
bishops to travel
together to Israel
. •
im m u n ity
churches,’
com
groups and th c f
world.
Russian Oithodo), J
i le S d W
Chureh to pickle
CHICAGO— Tlic bish
from (he nation's lar{
L ulhcran group w illI h o ld
logical
th eir annual theolog
t. hop*
retreat in the Mideast,
h
forts In
Ing to hoost pcacc cfTort
llic region.
itheran
Hie l-vungclicai I.uthc
sendCliurch in Amcrica Is5 se
ing 59 of its 66 blsltopss to tlic
rith flve
area Jan. 6-13. along with
in th c
of th e six bishops In
Itheran
Kvangelical
Luthc
Church in Canada.
T h e trip is part ooff th e
gy for
“C hurchw idc Strategy
el a n d
i-ngagem cnt in Israel
I’nlcstine," which thlee iU.S.
Ited in
denom in atio n adopted
2005.
N orth
Tliu leaders o f b o th1 N(
2S —
A m erican
ch u rch cs
Presiding Dishop M
N ark
.S. a n d
Hanson from the U.S.
S
Natlonai Bishop
Siu san
johnson from C anada1—
— will
travel to Jordan flrst, th
thce n to
Jerusalem to Join th ec o th e r
le
bishops. Tlicy wili m eettw lth
and
jordan ian .
Israeli
I’aiestin ian leaders1 ffro m
MOSCOW — 1 R u ssian
will pick a
Orthodox C hurch wll
Janu aiy to
new patriarch In Jan
ime leader
rcplacc the longtim(
k.
w ho died last \vcck.
T hc church says ia a council
le a d e r a ta
w iilchosethenrnvlei
Id Jan. 27m eeting to be held
29.
Russian new s a ag e n cies
ry leader
q u o te tem porary
M etropolitan KirillII a s saying
W ednesday th a t tlth e ne w
)c iinstalled
patriarch w ould be
s e e n as a
on Feb. 1. Kirill Is5s(
likely candidate.
Patriarch Alcxyy II d ied
fter serving
Friday at age 79 aftci
IB years a s th eI Ih e a d o f
ch urch.
Russia's dom inanttcl
ilte d w ith
Alcxy is creditc
guiding
thc R ussian
th ro ugh a
Orthodox C hurch I tl:
er th c offlm ajor revival after
vlet U nion
d a lly atheist Sovie
11. He w as
collapsed In 1991.
fie ra fu n e r* '
b u ried lb esd ay after
ssla’s polltlal attended by Russli
cal leaders.
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ents
Ciergy, resident
ir help
renew call forh
in Iowa torn
Top evangel
resigns afte
bacUngga]
•s. Iowa —
DES MOINES,
residents In
Clergy a n d resli
ey inee d h elp
Postvllle say they
in ev er a n d
now m orc than
ig oi n polUlthey arc calling
clans to visit Ihe
the troubled
town.
al religious
Sevcrnl local
kvo re sid e n ts
leaders a n d two
la y 12 Immlaffected by a May
th e
gration
raidl ■ a t
kosher m eatAgriprocessonJ kos
packing p la n t sp oke o n a
call
on
confcrcnce
ci
hey say th e
Wednesday. T hej
reeling m o rc
tow n Is still reel
nih s after th c
than seven m onth
raid.
ve Brackett,
a
Thc Rev. Steve
I
a t St. Paul's
se n io r pa sto r at
Zhurch
In
L utheran
Chu
h a t it’s im porPostvllle. says that
cians to visit
lant for polltlclai
:am a b o u t th e
Postvlllc a n d leam
lid.
effects o f th e raid,
dam age d o n e
Kc says the dar
Tcparable. b ut
to Postvllle is Irrcp
ns c a n le arn
thal politicians
isons If Ihey
Im p o rta n t' lessor
rlh e a st Iowa
visit th e northt
tovm.
3TON — A top
WASHINGT
le ad e r
has
evangelical
LANTA — A C hristian
ATLAl
resigned his s p o st following ,
rnlty
asked
federal
fratcrnl
a n u p ro a r cover a recent
s W
;hen he said he
judges
) ednesday to recogInterview win
thee g roup a s p art o f stun lz cth
su p p o rts civ:lvil u n io n s for
life
at
Ihc
University
of
d em llf<
gaysda, despite a school rule
onal Associailon
Plbrlda,
The Nation
a rs G ator groups from
:als says the Rev.
that bbai
o f Evangelical
im inating based o n reliik(SlG ll-zlk)qull
discrim:
RichardCl7lk<
glon.
Thursday a!isth
t c group's repla Upsllon Chi lawyers
Beta
resenlallveinInW ashington.
tolda athree-judge panel of
Thc a n nooui n c c m e n t folt h e lIth
l t l U.S. Circuit C oun of
lows CbJk's Dec.
D 2 Interview
!als th a t th e university’s
ll Public Radio's
Appeals
on N ational
7 th re a te n s ih e ir core
. Clzik
policy
“Fresh Air"' program
j
fs
a<n d th a t inviting nonic
show
tlial
h
e
beliefs
said on th e
stlans w ould underm ine
!-sex civil unions
Chrlstls
backs sam c-s
th e r com m ents
thclrmmission.
and m ade oot
hey're n ot going to b e as
vangelical group
"The;
that ihe eva
1 ifIfeveryone In th e group
jflect Ihelr values.
op en
says don'l refl'
their C hristian
d alre ad y m ade
Is n o>tt sharing
s
Cizlk had
es," fraternity iaw yerU m
values,'
enem ies o fsom
sc e evangelical
ysald.
rause o fh ls hlgli'IVacysi
lenders becai
ilvcrslty lawryer Chris
« against global
Unlvi
pronie figlit
o lom ucci said stu d en t
Bartolc
warming.
;ps a r e ‘.an extension of
ional Association
groups
The Nalloi
process and
cals Is a n umbrelth c educational
edi
ofEvangelica
lid b e o pen to intelleciuo r th o u san d s o f
should
la group for
curious students. He said
ally cm
churclies.
n
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ristia
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W ttic a n issu e s m a jo r n e w b io e th ic s d o c u m e n t
c m crltu s p ro fcsso r o f m cdlb e c a u se a n ab o rtio n w as th e ir disagreem ent w ith th c a s yet n o t fully controllable.
cine a n d m ctU cal cth lcs a t in ie n d e d .T h a t could compli- w ay th e vacclncs were dcvel- In th e p re se n t s ta le o f
G eorgetow n U niversity a n d
c a lc th c situ atio n o f so m e o p e d a n d press for a liem a- research, it Is n o t m orally
ifltiBaM
-tio n stem s from Its belief th at
th e
c h a irm a n
of
th e C ath o lic h o sp ita ls In Ihe
tivcs. p erm issible to a n In a way
ByNicoieWfaA
h u m a S c b eg in s a t concepP re s id e n t’s
C ouncil
o n U nited States lh al offer the
But th c d o c u m e m w as th a t m ay cause h ^ to thc
Associatedd PPnie ss writer
---------------------------- tlon and m u st b e given th e B ioethics, s a id th a t vague- .m o rn in g -a fte r pill to ra p e
stro n g in stressing th a t resulting progeny, tlie docukN PITY — T h c consc a u c n t rc so ect a n d dlRn css In d ic a te d th a t th e q u es- victims.
' researchers u sing such m ate- m e n tsa ld .
VATICAN
ardened Its opposl- nliy from th a t m o m c m o n .
tion o f e m b ry o a d o p tio n "Is
I n t l i e u s c o f d m g s s u c h as rial h a d a p e a ie r d ^ c o f
In th e In stractloti.
Vatican hard<
iwlc
io u sin c e m b rv o s The Vatican also h olds lh a l
slUl a little b it open." RU-4B6, w h ich c au scs th e resp onsibility. It said th e y Vatican repeated th at It suplion FHday
hu m an life sh o u ld b e created
"T h a t m e a n s w e're n o t e lim in a tio n o f Ihe em bryo h a d a m oral duty lo rem ove p o rte d research Involving
for stemn ccll research
cloning a nniMn
d 1 vitro funiliza’ throuoh in terco u rse b etw een’ Issuing d ic ta b n things w hich o n ce it is Im planied, ih c 's in th e m se lv e s from th e "evil a d u lt stem cells. But It said
i S a ^ d ^ X
i S T r b e q u e s tlo n a § e .“ h e o f a b o r tlo n - ^ s io tn m itle d . a s p e c t" o f th e o rig in al ^
tion. Qut IInn aa m a L T n i w S ^ ^
It
p e trld ish .
said In a n Interview from th e d o c u m e n t said, th u s a c t — even if they aiid th e ir M n g em bryo w as gravely
um c n t oonn b io cth lcs
n i ib S lty o n som e
a result, th e Vatican said
W a s h in g to n .^ th e ir
u se
is
"gravely in stitu n o n s h a d noth in g to
showed Ilexi
thcm nv arid it oo nosed In vitro fcrtillza*
H e said th e d o cu m en t w as
Im m oral." d o w llh ll.
It repeated Its o pposition • ,
form s o f OPOG
gci
valuable n o t bccau se It co n T heV atlcan d id show IlexiT h c d o c u m e n t said gene to him ian cloning for b o th
■left' o p e nn S
i u e s S sm - tlon and related technologies
rnbrvoadom lon
because ll Involved scparattaln ed an y n ew pro n o u n ce- blllty In saying th at p arents th e ra p y o n regular cells In m edical therapies a nd rcp ro - ,■
rounding oerh
S ^ s ^ n g S L
iJ g c o n c e S ^
m en ts. b u U e c a u s c ll m ad e could In good conscience use th e b o d y o lh e r than repro- d u c tlo n . Such te c h n iq u e s
TheVatlcai
locirlne o f the Faith "conjugal a c t ' a n d o fte n
explicit, a n d in o n e au th o ri- v a c cin es for th c lr chlldreii du ctlv e o n e s w as In principle could result n a n Indl^rfdu^
for the Docti
T hc D lcnliv o f a results In th e d estru ctio n o f
latlv e p la c e . V atican p o sl- th a i w ere p repared using cell m orally licit since ii sought b e n p u b j e c i c d to a form o f
issued "Thc
to f f i answ er
S b rS o s
tlo n s o n is s u e s ih a t h ave lines derived from an "Ullclt . to "restore th e norm al genet- “biological slaveiy from
Person" to
al q< J i s ^ n
th a
B u7 it s to p p e d sh o rt o f
em erg ed sin c e th c last such origin." Religious groups In lc c o n fig u ra tio n o f th e w hich It wouW b e difficult to
bioethical
L c d i n i i e iwo IssulnR a n cxp llcli no to
d o c u m e n t w as published in th e U n ite d States have p a tie n t o r to co u n ter d am age free himself,
have em erg
since its last such “em bryo a d o p t L ." whereby
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infortiii.
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SATURDAY
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DECEMBER 1 3 , 200£
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Covering tho communities of
tfoqula, Albion. Burley. Declo,
H ^ u m , Malta, Minidoka.
Oakley. Pauli Rupert
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TIMES-NEW
NITYNEWS '
COMMUNI
Declo CQty I
Coimci]ll
I
holds fiSrst I
meetkijIgin
newbuiiilding
Santa Claussisi: coming to Paul
I
, Santa will make his annualI '
E nd Fire D epartm ent will
iro u n d o n a fire truck and he
C hristm as candy to everyone,
o n Dec. 20. get som e candy'
>anta. w ho will be leaving the'
a b o u t 1 p.m.
n: 431-5209.
Is o f Rachel Opening Socialli
t a holiday social for memberss
itcrcstcd In jolnlngat 530 p.m.1.
nico I ligh School. Room 107.
jre asked to bring an Inexpen-Ih e exchange. T lie club needsIs
n g service projects. D onationsIS
0 M inlco Hlgli School, Friends
ub, 100 S. 292 W.. Rupert. ID
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n: 436-9404 from 4 to 10 p.m.
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1 Bed a n d Bath Is holding its
!c
ll C hristm as party open house
. to 4 p.m . today at 370 W. 200
;o
ty m e m b e rs are Invited to
s.
pets a n d enjoy refrcshmcnts.
Igs, gifts a nd free pictures wiih
nation: 438-4444.
S a ii
II•m ber m eeting o f the MiniiSt
acrats will b c held as a no-host
On D cc 20,n 5s
55
o o n today, a t Polo's Qife. 1255
e., Burley.
The West nEni
awill include voter idenlHlcacscort Santa arot
:t cap tain s and plans for 2009.).
A vlllbc^vlngChi
an: )ocy Bryant. 679-7793.
So go to Paul on
and wave to San
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3|ease se e COMMUHflY. Page C7
flrc station a t abc
Information: 4
BraikftstinRBiMrt.
T eddy]B earB ireakfasi
draw s ia re a c hlild re n
illMany Mini-Cassia chil­
Idy
dren attended the Teddy
ov.
Bear Breakfast held Nov.
Vic
29 at th e Rupert Civic
Center.
,ny
liils is one o f the many
ng
events
held
d uring
ire
M inidoka H ealth Care
F oundation's Caring &
&
nd
Sharing. Childrcn and
fam ilies werc able to
the
attend th e event for the
md
donation of a new toy and
ing
enjoy breakfast, singing
Ita.
and a picture with Santa.
TIIC! Friends c
Q ub \vlll host a 1
and anyone inter
D ec .2 0 atM ln la
Attendees arc
slve gift for th e
help in funding!
, m aybe sent to N
of Rachel Club,
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Information:
Pet Christma
CMtanpW
Mo
itary Sekoel UBMKtd Hs SDtO^
Four Paws.pB(
ld irtd fro a lin ,G ittia o t(;finItt
fourth annual C
grihr,M coadptoct;a»dUidH
from 11 a.m . to
S., Ruperi. bee.
C om m unity
bring their peti
Santa. Inform at
M-CDemocn
i|pjpp|pipiIpllPjPPl
The D ccem t
Cassia D cm ocn
lunchcon a t noc
Overland Ave., 1
Discussion w
tlon, p rcclnct a
Information:
m
left, body wash, popcorn. ' .Fei
merscom^led . ’'hiandkwchief
; - ATM l o n g ^ care center
eater.
entiy.
MbltwsWM
/
resklent wish lists recenti;
Makeup, body wash, flasi
wish are includ-,
h m a le 4 : Mi
f • InstructtonstoMfillawls
M creamer.
,
si
m clothing, sizes . vored coffee
\
ed with each fedllty. Forc
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ts.(no
red),
good
coffee.
Fe
medium; L for
, pants shirts
. ed: S for small; M for mei
S'
. aftershave.;
large: and so on.
i^OJeans. size 12 slip- . . b
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Fe
:ehablUtation
' pers. slipper
I RIverfihSce C are & Reha
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aftershave.
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Female 7: SS red
i sweater, slipper
; Call Craig, 734-6645I to reserve your
dy wash, chocolates,
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socks; body
i‘ .■•lesldentnumbers.Putt
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ur
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Female 8: M
Mred swei^ter vest, slipV .' deliver to Riverflidge3 at
st 640 Filer
beer, lap blanket,
s
ay December 20.
per socks,., root
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den
ft
bodypowdei
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s It
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f chocolate candy, root
travelrt,b o W e s. coffee, slipper
M
arettes.
lap blanket,
p ■shave. Marlboro clgaret
1
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c
men's hobby
socks, body
( 'M a le 2: Aftershave, mer
rcssed
z
card games.
Female lO►t:t2XL shirts. 2XL pink
magazines/books, card
(roslty
) l i ^ r socks, chocolates,'
sweater, sli|
orange soda.
asked
h.
Okies. Pepsi.
, body wash.
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te d for
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inta to
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)owder,
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he acUvlty o fth e heart
ill kl
know n a s th e sep- _ trol the
n
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inner wall
de. Sometimes, the
purpose
o fth e
muscle
y
Ask D r.
m m . The; p
i
ilses can't travel througli
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leart bccausc o f a blocklood from w hich the
the heo
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When Oils occurs, a perlas b een removed
agc.Wl
r
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Dr.
Peter
oxygen
has
'
to have a bundle
lung arteries. Tlie
son iss said
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L9
fSMf
into the lun
'
ch block. The rhythm
|N
UOu
purpose !of
ofi th e left side of the branch
topp u m p rc-oxyan d rate
rai ofUie heartbeat are
heart is to
iffectcd, b u l the event
blood througliout
n ot aff
genated ble
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urill tal
ular walls and two tlie body,y.
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block occurs
the slo
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thick m uscula
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Is located In th e
;
o
f
th
e
Interference
If
t
:ieart
Is
divided
bccause
of
a tria w lth th ir
walls. T lie hea
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Friends of Ra
hosts holiday
ven thought Santa needec
All toys collected arc give
ssla
for his b ig night o f tra'
to
th e
Minl-Cassi
Ing around th e worid.
C hristm as Council to bh c
Iren
S anta w as Im prcs
han d ed out to chiidre
not
w ith Duffln's g c n c ro
w ho m ay otherw ise nc
nas.
an
d gift. Wlien h e as
get presents for Chrlstm a
iffln Duffln what h e w anted
Flvc-ycar-old Ell DufP
m ta
Christm as, th e b oy rep
o f Rupert p resented San
w ith a suivlval kit thatt h\ e ' th a t he “w anted Santi
teoch him to fly."
m a d e before com ing• to
i
Duflin w as at th e b n
the breakfast,
ludfast w ith relatives Ri
The survival kit lnc1u(
tips,
a n d Tonl Duffln, w h o t
ed a toothbrush. Q-tlp
cl from Salt Lakc C ity (
co tto n balls, an d a few
fc
year to attend.
o th e r sm all Item s Ell
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crats meet today
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whi
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V olunteer o f th M
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H o sp ital's
for D e c e m b e r eIs M
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M athrusse.
Is S usan
M athrusse h as be<
unteering h e r timbeen
e volhospital for six yeai
tnc a t the
volunteers weekly
^ears. Shc
info rm a tio n desk
dy at the
serves o n th e Vol
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jU
DecoRiting an d Lur
Volunteer n IK .,
C o m m lttec. She
Luncheon
g a rd e n in g a n dle senjoys
friends I n h e r span
1 s p e n d in g tim c w ith
Slie also h a s [lare
a |i tim e.
nnd h a s sp e n t athegreat love for an im als
v o lim teerin g in th
dile m ajority o f h e r life
H ospital official:
different com m unities.
ful v o lu n te e r ;lals
an say sh e Is'a w onderM inidoka M em aorn d a g reat a sse t to
co m m u n ity .
norlal H ospital an d th e
DliAR DR. COTT
tell m e ab o u t left
r r bt : Please
branch block. Is i t ;
that I sh o u ld worry
DEAR READER:'
is a m uscular, conc
iF^Tlie heart
organ, a b o u t th one-shaped
e sl
clenched fist, that |
oxygenated blood
lat ipum ps
the en tire body.od
In through
is a natural pacem;
. In cssencc, it
ch am bers o f theemaker.
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include tw o ventrit
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Minidoka
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volunteer;raward
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For the Tlmes-News
Tho Novem ber mceiii
Cmincil was th e Ilrst
n o fth e Declo City
leting
new ciiy hall located itinmI eeting held in the
tion a in N o n h Clark in
Sl.Declo's new fire staDurinK discu ssio :St.
n r
facility Mayor lay Darrli
n regarding the new .
tractor silll h as som irrlngton
e it
said the conpletc. Declo Fire C hciem
f!inor Items to comthe fire d e p a rtm e nlef
t 'lohn Pons reported
equipm ent into th e Itstawill begin m oving
he too had a list o f iten
station soon and that
fixed.
Items to bc finished or
Hlcls for various small
inR were approved ancl
nail item s fo rth e buildthat arca a rtist Ilobert
an dt It was announced
painting for the new:rt
fmMoore will d onate a
Steve C arson, a ;coi
facility.
North Cassia Rural Flrt
com m issioner o f the
been rtsponslbic forFire
cc District which has
station, w as presentr constructing
ft
the new
signs for the new bull
It for discussion about
discussed further. lulldlng, which will bc
City A ttorney David J
prepare a n ordinance
?ld Shirley was asked to
d uring th e D ecemncc
bc re c o n s id e r a tio n
regarding th e newly
ib ft
e r a fc n c ll m eeting
Library’s m ove to the
i
y formed
Dcclo IHibllc
Main Street. It willleimform er city ofDce on
tions regarding library
Includc som e stlpulafor taxation sh o u ld ary
Uu operation and allow
later d ate to form a tax
Uie council decidc al a
The council will taxing
re
district.
have a five-m em ber
1 require the library to
council m em b ers )cr
a p board and present
was noted tliat Counci
a plan of operation. It
the city council llaisor
incllman Ron Knowles is
Resident D eputysoEin to Uie library board.
able to a tte n d th e fme
Eric Ncbeker was not
ten report. I le n o ted
I
meeting,
but left a writin the city w as u p seed
t b;th at Halloween niglit
around low n, cspecla
.‘t by paint ball shootings
sign in n o rth Dcclo.
L'clally o f the new entry
I ligcns was p resen:lo.
t tc Retiring Sheriff Jim
in serving th e City Ito ftoI express his pleasure
“1will m iss Uic poco|
f Declo for eight years,
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f
icoplcm
ost." h e said,
servicc to the city. d for his departm ent's
In oth er business. It
th e
D eclo
Comi
5. It w as announced that
Celebrsition w ith aimcm u n ity
C hristm as
works will b e held aDcc
chill supper and lireagreed to mako aDec.
dc 22. The council also
FFA for helping move
I donation to the Dcclo
to its new hom c. Dvc city oflicc equipm ent
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faint o r even pass out.
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magazines, coffee, card
mdy,
games, board games, cand)
aftershave.
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5r, diet
shampoo and conditioner,
d
Pepsi, chocolate mints.
wn.
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1,
fuzzy blanket, body wash,
chocolate mints, slipper
socks.
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tennis
white sweater, size 8W tenr
shoes, perfume.
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3t
suit, red lap blanket, root
lody
beer, chocolate mints, body
wash.
body
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,oda,
wash/after wash, diet soda
candy.
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Dokies,
shirts, hot chocolate, cooki
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body wash, slipper socks.
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cks.
sweat pants, slipper socks
dy,
body wash diabetic candy,
soda.
sen
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sweat suit, slipper socks.
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bear.
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body
per socks, lap blanket, bod
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beer.
coat/, body wash, root bee
crossword puzzles.
slipFemale 29: Lap blanket,, sli
per socks, body wash, M
sweater, candy, soda.
ater,
Female 30: M blue sweater
sliplap blanket, body wash,, sll
per socks.
nls
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sweat
shoes, XL sweater, XL swe
ed
suits, body wash, colored
markers, pop.
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slipFemale 32: L sweat suit;
diabetper socks, body lotion, dla
ic candy, stuffed cat.
Christmas movie.
Female 33: Stuffed dog,,, body
be
weater.
lotion, new purse. M swea
candy, soda, shampoo,. condicoi
tioner.
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socks.
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i>dy
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wash, lap blanket.
Female 36: Body wash and
er.
powder, purse, root beer,
thing.
candy. XL red/pInk ciothim
Female 37: Body wash and
and
diet
powder, pastel blanket,. dii
dy. XL
root beer, diabetic candy.:
pink sweater.
slipper
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have.
socks, ball cap. aftershavi
popcorn. Coke.
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candy, size 9 /lO siip p KS
ers!size.
aftershave, fudge, roott beer.
be
ers,
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slipper socks, L sweat; pants.
pai
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lemonaftershave, hard candy, le
ade.
«rs,
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at ppants,
slipper socks, XL sweat
sot ibeer,
cookies, aftershave, root
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lc ccandy,
sleeve T-shirts, diabetic
soda, aftershave.
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nightgown, L slippers, body
bo(
wash, slipper socks.
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wash; lap blanket.
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pers. L nightgown, slip
socks, cookies, lap' blanket.
bli
ers.
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diet Pepsi.
robe, body powder, die
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fudge, slipper socks,
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socks.
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rs, new
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baby doll, body wash. Sprite.
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popcorn, slipper sockj
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candy. ■
socks, body wash, car
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western
slipper socks, old we:
locoiate
movies, XL robe, choc
candy. Pepsi.
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te< bear.
tion.
scenic calendar, lotior
elcome sign
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lalendar,
for door, spiritual cale
lotion.
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late, fuzzy posters,, markers.
m.
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!S chips,
hard candy. Pringles
c
cashews.
lershey's
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ni
ital
single-serving Crystal Light
calendar.
(any flavor), flower ca
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zzy poster.
puppy calendar, fuzzy
markers,
ree chocoFemale 58: Sugar-free
down
lates. 3XL button dov
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sweater (cream color
le calendar,
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<
nature CDs.
instrumental and nat
>e, cowboy
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i
hat. handkerchiefs,}, cowboy
c
calendar,
ll, granola
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{
bars, mixed nuts,
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cl
iweat pants,
chip cookies, XL swe
X<L shirts, countryy music.
n
/e, lotion.
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fishing calendar.
ntal music,
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iftershave.
scenic calendar, afte
ianket. soft
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chocolates, scenic: calendar.
ci
inket,
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landscape
stuffed cat or dog.1, la
calendar.
late. 2XL colFemale 67: Chocolatt
et.
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!t of
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o various
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colors, housepiant.
lotion.
bear.
Female 69: Stuffedd teddy
t<
scenic calendar, lolit
otion.
epsi,
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ngeldoli,
mints, 386 bra. ang(
alendar.
necklace, angel cale
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andy, larges, ikitten cak
print playing cards,
endar.
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Jolly Rancher (sours
urs), 2XL
la s (purple).
long-legged pajamas
lounuin Dew.
Female 73: diet Moui
sugar-free candy, country
coi
western music tapes
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Female 74: Gatorade
amps, gel
stationary and stam
pens, spiritual calen
ilendar.
we, fleece
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to
blanket, masculine
i
hang above bed.
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andy kisses.
scenic calendar.
:ookies, XL
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‘fed teddy bear.
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lotion.
scenic calendar,r, loi
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flannel
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cai<
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in.
,
unscented lotion.
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chc
lyne and
candy, John Wayne
(ies/DVDs.
Gunsmoke movieS/
lar. .
western calendar.
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co(
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er's Originals,
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,
fleece
blandiet Dr. Pepper, fie
ket.
ffed teddy bear,
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lotion.
scenic calendar,
)t beer,
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b< coffeeflavored candy,, red blanket.
' size 8 slippers,
ffed teddy bear,
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lo
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chocolate.
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phone.
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candy, lotion.
sugar-free hard] ca
3t bbeer. Chips
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pup calendar,
lotion.
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calendar.
. cookies, goinng
;ers. western
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have, cowboy
movies, aftershavi
calendar.
nels, fishing calMaie 94: Caramels
endar. fishing pictures.
picl
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bllla.
nato juice,
Female 96: Tomatc
Inals, romance,
Werther's Original
>erry Mason
mystery, and Perrj
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velvet posters, markers.
mi
Dr. Pepper,
dog
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rshave, cologne,
calendar, aftershs
dark socks.
Male 99: diet Dr. Pepper,
da
candy, lotion.
sugar-free hard
ol beer.
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b
Ahoy cookies. puppy
pu( calendar.
lotion.
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cookies, golfing
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sliplate, size 8 blue
I
;alendar.
pers. scenic calei
le, \Hershey’s
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ershave.
chocolate, aftersi
root beer,
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jgarfree Andes
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mints.
«psl. Chips Aho,
Male 105: Pep
Ifing calendar.
cookies, golfir
: 7-Up, Idaho Spuds
Female 106:7
candy bars,. red
re booties, scenic
calendar.
: Size
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S 8 blue slipi-free earrings, Ann
pers, nickel-fr
Geddes calen
liot
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■s, horse calendar.
chip cookies,
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d Dr. Pepper.
sugar-free ^ard
hai candy, lotion.
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)Okies. Ann Geddes
tate chip cool
calendar.
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Rei blanket, altershave, scenic
nic calendar.
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ket, golfingcalendar.
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s, Idaho
calendar.
betic socks,
I
i: diet
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orice. Size 22-24
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blue fleece(top,blue
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dar.
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word and ivord
wo search puzzle
books.
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jhpunle boohs.
word search
peanut M&M
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s. summer sausage.
ter cookies,
;e decaf coffee
single-serve
packs.
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light Milky Ways, 2XL
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blue bathrob
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I, various
word puzzle
free candy,
v
books.
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to^down sweater.
sw
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L/ cowboy shirt.
Pepsi, chocolates,
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cookies.
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b Ray Stevens.
jtting, quilting calenquilting battl
derky,
dar. turkey
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rters, markers,
velvet poste
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Rellarusa family, and exact­
ing
Ing revenge on Susan, his
father's
murderer.
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rry Biooks
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/ dem ons and oiicc-nien
sw
sw;arm th e nivaged laiiciscape
sen o f the former Uniied
States,
a small hand of elves
Stn
an
amd a ragtag group ciflnmian
children
and thelrprotcciors
chi
Rees
Rei nortiiw ard toward a
haven
h:v promised hy the m>’stlcal
tic King of the Sliver Hlver.
Conclusion
o f ihe ”(5enesis
Co
oof:
f Siiannura” trilogy.
IFiction: "Hot Mahogany’'
by Stuart Woods
O ne nighl at lUaine's.
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Stone
meei.s Hiinori Oil?of.
Stc
th
thie older brother o f his
som etim e ally, CIA boss
so:
LLa
ance Cabot. A case of
am nesia following a random
act o f violence m eans
B arton needs som eone to
w atch Ills back. Stone soon
discovers
that
Darion,
Involved in anticiues and
coin collecting, may be hid­
co
ing a lot m ore tiian forged
ini
antiques.
an
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Salvatore: “Qulllcr's Kitchen”
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BRUSSELS. Belgium —
lay
European nations on Friday
cs,
dared th c U nited States,
)w
Russia a n d Cliinn to follow
ng
their lead o n global warming
after agreeing o n a plan to
:0"
meet the so:callcd“20-20.20"
ise
targets: reducing greenhouse
ntl
emissions by 20 perccnt and
of
ensuring iliat 20 percent of
un
energy com cs from yrfnd. sun
;es
and other renewable sources
by 2020.
an
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oft
was fatally weakened by a mft
!m
o f concessions to eastern
I-urope a n d heavy industry at
ma lime o f woridwidc cconom*
ic crisis.
he
Stavros
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missioner. said thc pacicage
an
put the 27-nation European
orUnion o n a p ath to a low-car­
bon cconomy.
in
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ng
thc world (h at Is reducing
he
emissions," D im as sold on thc
Itc
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m,
confercnce
In
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Poland, calling thc bloc aann
Jd
example that others should
follow.
he
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an
cpnccsslons m ade thc plan
ihcfTcctivc.
"The deal is a disaster, it's
it’s
cn
disgraceful,” said Stephen
Singer, a clim atc specialist for
he
WWF Intern atio n al. “If thc
worid follows thc example of
thc EU, it Is o n a trajectory to
disastrous clim ate change."
he
Thc p la n Increased thc
ms
am ount
of
em issions
Europeans could offset by
sponsoring green projects in
developing countries.
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uld
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o n a global climate treat
be a d o p te d next year
G >pcnhagcn, Denmark,
treaty w ould replacc
expiring Kyoto Protc
w hich required the EU
oilier industrial countrie
cut carb o n em issions bj
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negotiators: Ifaglobol clir
d eal c a n be reached
»vfu k"
Copenhagen, the EU-wlI
even further, cutting it.s gn
hou se gases by 30 percer
2020.
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h as refused to accept mai
nandatory restrictions on the U-S.
eco n o m y Intended to cut
b o n em issions, b o th as outlined In the Kyoto accord
3rd and
sldered.
those now being consldc
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St
•ement,
signed the Kyoto agreerr
it w as never ratified by die
ontlally
S enate and Bush cssont
scrap p ed It. Slncc 1990
em issions have Increase
16.7 pcrcent.
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v4io was al the Poznan i
ference, said he expects
U nited States to have a
m ate policy in placc with
year th a t
allow It to
the w oridwide effort to c
b a t global warming,
P rcsld en t-clcci
Ba
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Congress to establish grcengr
h ouse gas limits th at: would
w
red u c e em issions to3 th
i clr
1990 levels by 2020 and
ind cut
ccnt by
th em anoth er 80 pcrecn
ged to
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yci: to
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LONDON— British archaclaco lo ^sts have unearthed an
an
ancient skull canylng a startarding surprise — an unusually
lolly
well-prcscrvcd brain.
Scientists sold Friday that
tlie m ass o f gray m atter was
wa.s
more th a n 2,000 years old1 —
the oldest ever discoveredJ In
Britain. O n e expert uncon­
:onnected w ith the find callcd
^ iiil
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n.”
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rom
fore
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tain
d^c Roman invasion of Britair
durand found In a m uddy pit dur
ing a dig a t the University
y oof
York in no n lic m England thii
this
fall, according to Richard I loll,
lall
a
d ire c to r
of
Yori
Vork
Archaeological m ist.
sbitt
Finds olliccr itachel Cubbit
realized th c skull might con
:onfelt
tain a bra in w hen shc fel
som ething move inside thi
thc
cranium a s sh e was dcanini
ning
)ked
it. Hall said. She looke<
tlirough lilti skulls base and
an(
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How
su bstancc Inside. Scanss aat
York Hospital confirmed thc
thi
presence o f bt*in tissue.
just
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how m uch o f thc brain had
ha<
ssue
survived, saying thc tlssui
cted
had app a re n tly contractci
over the years. Pans o f thc
thi
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arch
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my
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Ing h u m a n sacrificc and
i
nd ritual
b u ria l as possible !xplanaexpi
lions.
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I
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tl
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Bradford In n ortliem England
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llcularly
cxclting t)ccausc it Isvery
ver well
presetvcd, even thou[jl It Is
th c oldest recorded fli
this type In thc U.K.,and
ani eme
o f liie earliest woridwidc
said.
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tu
y ield
new
neuroli
rological
in sig h ts becau se In
b rain s aren't t h o u ^ t toto
ch anged m uch over the
thi past
d in g to
2,000 years, accorUli
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archaeology
at
C
Oxford
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University unconnectct
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wa the
oldest brain found intl B
Britain.
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dt y o f th e
ic oa t Seward
Pizza H ut Classic
C ounty CC.
T he G olden Hag
Eagles used
:nse an d 56suffocating defense
perccnt sh ootingg to
to b u ry th e
Conquistadors.
w c p u t 40
"I. th o u g h t wo
m in u tes
of
b a sk etb all
CSI h e a d
together," said1 C
coach Gosar, w,>ha
ho said his
vc In ten sity
team 's defensive
eclslon m akand offensive dccls
growth a n d
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Tlme»News______________
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F or th e first tim c this1sease;
ihern
son, th e College o f Southei
Idaiio m en's basketball team
teai
pla y ed a g am e aw ay froi
from
rrics.
CSI G ym nasium . Noworrie
ag lcs
tho u g h , th e G olden Eagli
m a d e them selves rl
rig h t at
ll, Kan.,
h o m c In Liberal,
Friday.
CSl m en
T h e 18th*ranked G
lis players.
m aturity in his
Ml to go o n th e
"It was gre.ll
th e guys
road a n d have
ha
ihcr," h e said.
com e togeihc
for cach
“They werc pulling
pi
leering for each
uih e r and chci
s rcally
a lot o f
other. Il was
i
fun."
played w ithout
CSI (9-2) pl
ll-A merlcan forprescason All-,
[Uon M o ntreal,
w ard Dacciuc
^covering from a
w ho is still reci
lilies’ h e e l sufbruised Aclill
fercd Nov. 29.
25 But fellow
sophom orc lay
Is W atkins —
her so p h o m o rc
ih c only oiiu
on ihe ictlvc
actl ro ste r now th at
sw lngmlan
nn la so n W est h as
spended indefinitely
been suspi
c ca
— took
c rc o f business.
scoring1919p oints.
m an
i’rcshm
t Louis , G arrctt
: of
had one
o: h is b e lte r gamcis
den Eagle, scoring 16
nsaG oidci
po in is an
and h ittin g two 3s.
P oint
guard
pointers.
lam cllc BI)arrett to ta le d 12
a ssists, five
poinis, seven
sc
ds ain d four steals.
rebounds
r wwinning aw ay from
As for
ills, Barrett said, "We
l\v in Falls,
dversUy a n d advcrsl*
faced advc
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T
m o s tt ee ll i t e g r o u p o f i n d i v i d iu a l p l a y e r s a n d t h e :nn r a n k
c a r d a l l w i l l1 m
i t a k e t h e i r w a y t o tthh ie D o w n t o w n
t h e mI aa c c o r d i n g t o s u b j e c tl ii v e m e r i t , a n d f o r t hh ee f i r s t
fin d
a ll l i s t i n c l u d e d o n l y^ q u a r t i m e ssi in c e 2 0 0 1 , t h e i r f i n la
o u t w h i c h ot rfi ot h ies tdr ie( e m e d t h e n aa ttii o n ’s t o p c o l -
F l o r i d a ’s T i m 1T e b o w . t h e 2 0 0 7 H es iiss m a n
• o f th e
w i n ni ee rr ; O k l a h o m a ’s S a m B r a d f o r d , t h e l e a d e r o
B yD w fclB «hon
bore
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Tlm efrN ew sw
il
n a t i oD nn 's
' m o s t p o t e n t o f f e n js e ; T e x a s ’ C o l t M c C ,oo )y , t h e
-j-jig roles■wc
were reversed, b ul Ihc sllc
an d result \vcr
,vcre the sam e.
Division n No. I Carey and
Class lADiv
f jo 2 nichfic
ifield, sw itching rankings
from their m
mieeting in Richfield last
layed to a classic 1-2
season, play
^galn, theT lgers cam e away
m atchup. Agai
Arhcn Mlchacl Lezamlz hit a
victorious wiic
he buzzer to take a 52-50
the
lliclincld’s
win o n nil
hom e
wns actual*
Tiie play wn:
ly designedd a lul like
win
UCIA’s famn
over Missouri in the
ou rn a m c n t
NCAA Tour
ago,
neariy 15 ye:
Lezamlz
with
10 take the
designed to
ngth o f th e
, ***■“
ball th e lengt
like; ala ly u s
E d n c y a n d1ppuut u p a s h o ifo r the win.
:h like th e rest d f the night,
But m uch
n’t |go according to plan, for
things didn’t
point guard.
the junior poi
.‘d, nnd th e ball got tipped
I an d I ju st g ot th e rebound
o ut for
I back
In. R l ^ t time, right
be
d Ix*zamlz. who picked up
. two early rouls In each h alf an d spent
ch itim e o n th e b e nch a s on
Just as m uch
thcflo o r.lfn
fn uo tm o rc .
'' l A ^ l z 5 finished with' 12 points,
' Including sbc In th e decisive quarter,
led Richfield (3-0, 2-0
Tel Clark lc
N orlhside C onference) w ith 17,
five 3-polnicrs. and Drody
Including five
—>
w ho m issed Ihc 3 that
N orm an —
(•bounded — added 14 and
Ijczamlz rebo
seven reboun
)unds.
*1,1-1) actually liad the first
Carcy (3*1,
win the gam e lale, taking
chancc to wl
with th e gam e tied and
possession1 v,
nds left to go. But Dillon
17.1 scconds
lost the handle on the ball
Simpson lost
for
a lay'U p attem pt and
going u p
lo ok possession. Tlic
lUchficId lc
icvcr saw d ie ball a ^ n .
Panthers neve
n’t rrun the r i ^ t set, b u t thal’s
"W cdldn’t
kids haven't played
just youih.I. These
Tl
ilnce diey werc freshmen,"
together sine
coach Dick Simpson. “But
said Careyf cc
»1 well,
an d we hung wldi
they played
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C l uLib
b t o n i g h t (6 p .m ., E
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le g e
p l aiyy ce r .
fo o tb a ll
w h ile
Please
see CSI. Page 04
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imiz beats
Lezar
ier, lifts
buzze
ifield over
Richfi
^ y 2 l Carey
(
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ij
h e i n c u m b esnn it , t h e s h o w s t o p p e r {a n d t h e w i l d
pulled u s to g eth er nnd
ty pul
It’
th a t’
ss w hat Ihis team needs,
htrnow."
right
Jp 3 4 -ia nl halftlm e, the
Up
Iden Eagles held Dodge
Goide
Cllyy siscoreless for m ore than
ren m inutes to o pen the
seven
secon
:ond half. D uring Ihat
in,', CSl scored 22 p oints lo
sp an
ild a 55-10 lend. Six of
build
JSC points com c o n three
those
alght d u n k s by Watkins.
siralgi
CSI Ileled hy as m uch as 43 at
•39 ns D odge City shot jusi
H2-39
t h ee ii rr t e a m s
le a d in g
te n tio n ,
b u t
E ach
fo r
t h ie
p e r f o r m e, ecd
n a t i o) n a l
in to
p u rp o se
to
a d m ira b ly
title
o f N e wV Y o r k ’s
cong ran d
s p o t l i g h t , d i s c e r n iibb ll e d i f f e r e n c e s h a d t o b e d r a w n .
H e ism a n
v o t e r s: w
v ere
ask ed
to
s e l ee cc t t h e
s p o r t ’s
t e r b aa cc kl s —
n i o s tt ee f: f e c t i v e d u a l - t h r e a t tI a l e n t .
n ’it w m
h o f t h r e e w i l l o r w om
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t h e c :oo \v e t e d t r o p h y t o n i g h Itt,.
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W hy h e sh o u ld w in It: IBradford h as throw n
th e m ost touchdow ns (48)
(46J a n d th e third-m ost
passing yards (4,464) o f any
an q u arterback in th e
offense th a t tallied at
nation. K c also led a nI ol
tralght gam es.
least 60 p o in ts in five strali
the o th e r tw o top co n W hy h e w on't: Unlike5 th
enslonaI threat,
tenders, Bradford Is a o}nC‘dlm
ne
n't have
to w orry a b o u t
O pposing d efenses don't
I
nnlng w ith th e ball to o
him taidng oIT a nd runnii
often.
played phcnom W hy h e shoukl win it:1bbow’pla
ding Florida to a
nally down the stretch in leadlni
enal
for thrcc toudiICS title game berth. He threw/ foi
BCS
3usly undefeated
lowns In a victory cTver prevjousi
’dovv
ship game.
Alat
Ja tu m a In th e SEC cham plonshli
W hy he w on't: His passing[ n ui m b ers aren't
V\
rded en ro u te to
om
co
n parable to wrhat he rccordec
vinning th e H eism an last year.
r. T
Tlhey also don't
win
iiats o f th e o th e r
coo m
n e d o s e to m atching th e stati
two
wo finalists.
c should w in It: McCoy m i ^Itt ggo dow n
W hyhes
history o f
lost cdlclent passer In the hU
as the mo!
om plctlon
ootball. His 77.6-perccnt com
college foo
hlngyards
rate leadss the
ll nation, a n d his 576 rushln
leads his lc
team.
3,445) an d
e won't: H is p assing yanis (3,4'
W hyhes
»sive. b u t
wns thrown (32) are Impressi
touchdowr
near w hat Bradford posted.i. It
Il doesn't
nowhere ni
Isn't playing for thee rnational
help thatt Tbxas
1
title.
lie
A lo n ^; s h ii n e s a t D e c l (o D u allS
ByRyaflHom
Tlme»H<wi wrtHf
lonzo's
T his could b c Jose Aion
year.
O n e d a y rem oved from
fr
sta te
b e a tin g a re tu rn in g sl
ranked
ch am p io n an d No. 1-raa
m e stle r, D eclo sen io)rr 1lo se
A lonzo Im proved his season
sea
rccord to 5-0 by sweep
c c p lo s
' through th e first d ay of th e
Declo D uals o n Friday.
terrlfAlonzo, th e H ornets' tci
inished
Ic 130.p o u n d crw h o finis:
sbcth at sta te a s aju n lo3r,
r, bt e a t
re fi
from
top-ran k ed Skid M oore
M alad o n Thursday. He foilowed th a t thrilling victory
vici
day.
w ith three p in s on Friday
"He’s w orked his b ujtt
tl ioff,*
C ooper
Dcclo c o ach lason Coc
said o f Alonzo. “Thisi Is
Is his
d
nd of
year, hopefully. He kJnc
■
w re stle d sluggish
h h is first
tay focused
m atch . If h e can stay
e can, h e
a n d w restle like hhe
f."
c a n b eat anytxxiy.'
i t l 1- 2 w i t h a
H ost Dcclo w ent
rie.
te a m w in over tlirie.
h c d a bye
Filer sandw lchcc
tro n g w ins
w ith a p a ir o f stro
iric.
over Declo a nd Riric
u e d ." said
“I w as dellghtci
:^ o n M adsen,
Filer coac h Leo
‘T he kids d id aabsolutely
bs
fantastlc. Cash Coe
;>)chlo at 135
(pounds) h a d aaaco u p lc really
t o u ^ kids a n did (d id a n out*
Igainst b o th o f
standing jo b agai
them . Nick Flee
B e e n o r d id a
grcat job. too,3, ia t 189. Bul
mc d id a great
overall everyone
job: som e o fif t th e m w ere
pleasant sur]
jrprises.”
lied w ith M arsh
Valley tie
Ihc Vikings earned
Valley, but th
th e victory/ tby way o f a tie*
breaker rul
u ie. Valley also
Century bcforc a
defeated Cc
bye In Scssio
o p tea m o f Raft
T he co-oi
Oakley w ent 3-0 on
River and Oa
Ith w ins o ver Rlrie,
th e day, with
cy and Century.
Marsh Valley
Ittlc surprised we
-I’m a lltt
hrec d u a ls today
w on all thr
Ills year Is such a
bccausc UiU
growing ycoi
u r. We're relatively
a young team
te ," sa id Raft
River coach
ch C iirls Rogers.
“We're cxdic
Jled to JCC a lot of
kids excel he
Ail seven
!n tea m s will be
back In acti
nion today a s the
Dcclo Dual:
als w rap u p with
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— Buhl pliqfen mal
iun
all-tbunianieiil
.team
'
.'
Led by th c o u lsld c shoot­
mt
ing o r Brycc D card an d lusiin
<et*
• ,
O rban. chc Filer boys basket*
ball team b e a t DecIo 70-62
162
aho
•.in Saw tooih C cntral Maho
_____
Timet-Nem
C onrcrcncc action.
“
Dcard a n d O rb an cnch ■hit
hit
soccer
>rcd
Buhl High School so(
■ four 3-p o ln te rs a n d scorcd
yturbc
p lay ers A utum n Ytu
20 ns (he W ildcats (2-0. 1-0
uarson
lara n d M crcedcs Pear
SCiC) used a big thlrd-quarw ere n a m e d to tJici 22008
■ te rto c a p tu r c the lead.
Class 3A Girls State Socccr
Soc
“It was a great w in for us,"
te a m
nils,
A ll-T bum am cnt
tc
said Filer c o a c h A.W. Weils,
Dint
recently,
w ho a d d e d th a t th e 3-polnt
icningban
. Y turbc left thd open!
shooting o f Beard a n d Orban
the
ro u n d g am e againstI evenev
in th e (hlrd p eriod was the
m p io n
tu a l
s ta te
champ
key (0 th c w in.
lOUldcr
F ruitland with a shoii
S haylon F ensterm aker led
hile
injury. Pearson scorcd
Declo wUh 21 poln(s, while
o n ly Buhl goal in d le
i elo
! ss.
' ;Connor G a rn e r m anaged117
17
1C f o l- .
rom
Y iurbe retu rn e d thc
dcspl(c tig h t defense frotr
3nsolalovring day for a cons
Beard.
F resh m a n p o in t guart
lard
tio n m atch, w hcrc shc
ints
Pearson each scorcd a I
Ryan Karel o d d ed 12 points
iler.
in th e season-ending
an d fo u r a s s is ts for Filer
n g l“ »
12
to S nake River.
N athon Karel ch ip p ed inI li
•"'T
h e forw ard s'ledd M
t r' points.
Palis
te a m to a 14-3-1 record,
rec
Filer ho sts A m erican Fall;
eclo ■a n d Y lu rb c c n d e d h e rl
on W ednesday, w hile Deck
on
sc h o o l care e r w ith
h o sts
G o o d in g
oi
goals.
Wednesday.
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TWIN FAILS 46, POCATOI
Jon Pulslfer p u t uu|p big
Vin Fails
n u m b ers for the 1\vin
boys basketball teamn l-dday.
1'
lending the Bruins to} a 4B-37
>ocatclla
roadvlctoryngninstPoc
25-polnt.
Pulslfer recorded a 25:>doubIe
12-re b o u n d double*d
In w h at assistant[ ico ach
ailed a
S h a u n Walker cniit
slu ^est.
^ d great
“We've never played
o ta fte r
In th a t gym. b ut Ihey'ggo
hem," h e
us. a n d w e got after thei
said,
ntributed
Mnrcus Jardine con(r1
aords for
a n additional 13 boor
(he 4*1 Bruins. They will
wi h ost
lerom e Wednesday.
tlo 3 7
"S S S J'i*
r* ”
.. . . .
MFTRIVER51,R0CKUND34
)3 4
.‘d a
. Rio M an n in g scored
team -high 14 p oints as. Raft
lia
in io f
Iliver e arn e d Its first \vin
tri(he season w ith a 51-344 ti
u m p h a t Rockland. T
Tlhe
ivanTYojans use d a 20«3 advai
)d ito
(age In th c final period
blow o p en a tight game.
ut o f
"Wc kin d o f cam e out
JRaft
our funk a lltd e bit." said Ri
,„o d .
■River c o ach Jeff G rcenwoo
L-ams
w ho p ra ise d h is (can
re b o u n d in g against a «
Rockland team .
Morth
Tlie 1*3 TYojans visit Nor
Gem o n W ednesday.
RaflRl««r61,RocMand34
-
f
•I
ry F riday over, visiting
Hmmctt.
th c
Kyle H epw orthll led
1
points, an d
Bobcats w ith 19 poii
d uu p w ith a
Bill Blauer followed
dow n.
h o st
Burley (2-4) Will
wil
M iddlelon (odny.
Mr
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XmillttMaKhn.
netl37
u u a ij- at
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>8, MAGK
tian 27
The Magic Valley C hristian
sam fell 68boys baske(ball.(earT
V., IFriday a t
27 (0 Jackpo(, Nev..
(h e ja c k p o tlb u rn lam
a m ent.
'D y la n VanEschll a n d M at
d 111 an d 10
M c a im a n s scored
ly ,fo
points, respectively,
f rih e 0 ho will face
3 Conquerors, who
Reno, Nev.,
Range Shadow o f' Rc:
loday.
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HAGERMAN 73. CHAJ
H agerm an shot
It tl
th e Ughls
out. defeating Chall
hallls73.38.
r h e Pirates
In H agerm an. The
hadfourplayerswrtfith
lth doubledigit scoring, led
cd by Jake
Lagel a n d his 13 p a lm s.
n e tte d 12,
T a n n e r Owen nci
ilie ond Joke
w hile Josh Douville
E m erson each had
1
id 10.
30ch Kevin
H agerm an coacl
Liod’s h o ta s
C ato said his squad
well as w e h ave shot
sho all se a .
os ia leam as
son, a n d played as
ill s<
season."
well a s wc have all
H agerm an (3-1,
•1, 1-0) will
Monday.
G ooding on Me
MURTAUGHTO
HANSEN, MURTAI)
TOURNEY
ay30nciglibors
U.S. Highway
M urtaugh will
H ansen an d W
boy's champi*
onshlp game lc
tonight at 7:30
icn
defe a ted
oftc r
H ansct
M ackay 59-49»an
a d M urtougli
3use C h ristian
h e a t Llghihou
kay will play
73-41. Mocka'
:hristian in ihe
U ghthouse Chi
n m e a l6 p.m.
consolation gan
freshm an
M unaugli (3-2)
(3
chcco scorcd 21
H um berto Pach
th c Red Devils
po in ts lo lead1 tl
against the Lions. Trey
vcd w ith 18 and
Perkins followci
icco a d d e d 10.
M anuel Pachc<
Jordan Scolt an d Z ane Jcsscr
)p scorers for
w e re ih c top
hrlslian w ith 10
U ghthouse Chr
points,
had a
"H um bertoI Pacheco
P
said M u rta u ^ i
great Bame," Si
"And
coach Adorn Johnson.
Ji
ad a good g am e
Z ane lesser had
ICIChrisdan."
for Liglithousc
M iners. Derrck
Against the• N
Huskies
w ilh 11
Bates led d ie H
i
M ario Arevalo
p o in ts a n d M
Ites each scored
a n d Kelly Coatt
Ik s ' * ! ®Mf<Si
H(«wdUX«>4.Sni|«:
m m
a f S K i S S ti tS f a i S S S l ’'
js s i;< s s 5 2 !
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MINIY17
METOCH 56, CAMAS cou
li basketTlie D ietrich Boys
li
ball te a m earn ed a 56*17
ice victoN orthside Conference
ry over O im os County
I
„yrrlday.
nd Scott
Jaren S toddard and
I>erron b o th scorcd In (double
H ansen
figures, and W alterr I!
lo lntsand
c o n trib u ted seven polr
n in e rebounds.
T h e Blue Devils (3-1.
(3- 2-0)
.(lay.
will h ost CarcylUcsda'
«unty 17
msknont
m l M IT.
Po t
i; M »
iiaMcamn
B U B H 5 8 ,E * MEIT
n l 37
basketball
T lic Burley boys bos
1-37 victoteam picked up a 58-3:
)01ET0N59
JEROME 71, MIDOU
s led
Kevin W illiams
lc Jerom e
lints a n d 15
w ilh h is 20 point;
re b o u n d s, in clau
ilawlng p a st
M lddlcton71.59I Fri
Friday.
Logan Parker had his u sual*
perform ance forr Ihc
tl Tigers,
n e tting 24 points.
Ils. Kam eron
Pcarcc rounded out
o ut th e scoring for Jerome wid'
w ilh n ine assists.
IS cclose un til
T hc gam e was
lie 10 crco lc
Jcrom c was able
third q u a rsom e space In d le
ie tl
ter.
was the key.
“T hird q uarterr wj
a n d w e d id a nice
nii job o f
breaking them dovm
dov o n ih e
g S S iS ffll.’
iS S S S S S H i
'S S P * 47, BUHL 15
-VALLEYS
inded Buhl 47-15
Volley poun
. Valley had diree
lnH azclion.V
re in doublc*digployers score
tig Alyssa H enry
Ils, Including
)ints, K atie Holl
w ith 13 poir
a n d C am elle
w ith 12
Ith 11.
Sizemore with
,
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FFERS0N52,DECL043
WEST JEFFEI
Declo fell
fc 52-43 a t Wcsi
n. D eclo coach Vol
'Jen'erson.
iscn, d isap p o in te d
C hrlstense
w ith ic
ihcresults, said h i s .
played prctty good,
sq uad “pla
ssed 0 lot o f frce
b u t m isse
dirows, ond
om cam e u p on th e
d."
short end."
sh o n e for
Sarah Silckock
Sl
n e ts rccording a 15
th c Home
1 an
rebound
a d 12 point dou*
ble. A box score w ere
ble-double
ible.
unavallabli
i (6*4) will ho st
Declo
G oodingio01n1\iesday.
JS 63, HAGERMAN 41
CHALUSI
an girls bosTlie Hagerm
Ha
lost 63-41 lo
ketball team
te:
River N orth
Challls Its
i t sSnoke
;
opener.
•man's Haley Arriaga
Hagcrmi
scored aa gam e-high 16
points, and
am A mando Rcgnler
recordedd a dou b le-d o u b le
0 points an d 11
S o u n d Js.
s . Arriaga also ha d
oards, four assists ond
seven boar
als.
foursteals.
lis
“Cliallis has a lot o f size
an d are: aa very well coached
sold Hagerm an cooch
team ." salt
rlago. "And they are
Broit Arlai
ig to beat diemselves.
re th e teom in th c
dc C onference everyN orthside
to go through.”
o n e will1hove
ht
rm an (5-3) plays ot
Hagerm
today.
WendellI tc
Wrestling
MINICO GOES 2-1
. AT
ATBUCK'S BAGS DUALS .
he M inico w restling
Thc
lad won tw o o u t o f tlircc
squad
inds Friday for D ay lo f d ic
round:
:k's Bags D uals a t Capital
Buck's
;h School in Boise,
HlghS
osh
S tallings
(130
Josh
jnds), IVler H ansen (135),
pound
cH
Joke
11ruza (140) an d Miguel
icnial (171) arc all unde*
Slmcn
led after three m atches,
fcaicd
rth Crane(119),
Colby May
Garth
(
0). Zach Kane (169) and
(160).
dion
Nadioi Barclay (215) finished
h two
w llh
tv victories,
rhe Jerome Tigers finished
The
I, w
1-2.
v ilh C ory Cum m ings
9). K eenan Allen (112),
(119).
ide Bennett
(189) an d Rllcy
Wode
I
;ylc (171) w inning all of
Argyle
>lr motclics.
their
n
[Win Falls sta rte d strong.
TWii
Qilng Valllvuc. M ountain
beailn
:w and
View
a Rocky M ountain on
day.
Friday
MU Kecicr a n d Zac Slotten
Will
re am
were
a ong th e B m lns to go
3*0) on th c day.
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Falls girls fell 73T he TWin Fa
40 Friday to0 Region Four*
Flvc*Sbc foec M adison in
Rexburg.
n s fell b e h in d
T h e Drulns
ried to re sp o n d
corly b u l trie
d u rin g th c thlird
ir quarter.
will travel
T he Bruins5 (3-6)
(
isTXiesday.
to Idaho Foils!
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TMr* i 7uin
MrtMu.Mnu.iM
S r S L » .l» - l
iS S tn
icock w ith 11 points.
Honcoc
Iglithouse C hrisdan will
Llglit
foce■H
Htansen at 6 p.m . in the
soladon gam e.
consolt
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WJRTAI
FACE OFF
JEROME;JV,R1CHFIEID
JV,
FORTITIE
O n :hc
the girl's side o f the
Igh Touranm ent, the
M urtaugh
Jerom e! IV team got a gome*
I
p o in ts
from
highlO
nie Bingham os th c
Stephanie
L ighthouse
Tigers Ibea t
C hristian
on 46-21.
JV squ ad will
The Jerome
let
chficld. w hich defeat*
nsen 51-34, a t 7:30
tonightt in
In th c c h am pionship
sam e.
fleld (7-0,2*0) w as led
I n T o ?ring
^ by T ecnlc K ent
Wilh 13J pp>oinis a n d sU steals,
per followed w ilh 11
Lea Pipe)
points.. M
Michelle Kent h a d a
recoding
night jf
o f symmetry,
s
olnts, five re b o u n d s,
five poin
'e aassistsfo rth e Tigers.
an d five
sen w as led ofTcnsiveH anser
G lardina w ith
ly by Nadine
Nai
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lr ts, a n d Sheible
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Contknedfranp^tDl
Rh In
(hem. Richfield's tough
Richfield a n d we hope (o)bbec a s
or tthc
'n o u g h back in C aa7 (for
ran).’
;rcmatch later in (he season:
in ued
*' Urett A dam son condnu
his torrid scoring for Car
Caa7 ,
sinking four 3-polnterss aand
.‘•high
finishing w ith a game-hi
24 p o in ts. T lie Panthe
ithers'
Heith.
o th er
A dam son.
Hei
down
.. scorcd eiglit and pulled doi
ids.
, a g a m c 'h ig li IS njbounds.
uason.
it's still early In the seast
Brion Hordy
Volley coach
co
olTcnslve end. O
Oiur dep th also '
,hen,, as
a. our b ench noted hiss team's
“good bal*
t
ong w ith d ie “b ench
gave us som e greot
gn m inutes,’ ance," oionj
pped in a n d h a d a
le
cooch Joe w ho chipp«
said
Jerome
good night;
Messick.
kings (8-1) face a dlf-0) will h o st • TheVlkin
Jerom e (5-01
loday, as diey p lay
ficull testt IC
E m m ett today'aait 2 pm .
No. 1 Soda Springs.
Closs 2A N(
MkWeton 59
Tlic gome
1C will be played a t
1
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d ie Eneito- Solutions Areno
S?^ucaR k> i
(hom e oiff Idie Utali lozz) In
.
Salt LakeI City.
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13,2008
Year aftter M itech ellR e]sport, M[LB tr ie^ t o m o}veori
—
NEW YORK (AP) —
»rc
H eadlines ab o u t steroids arc
is.
dpwn. a n d so are h o m c runs.
na
■One year later, the stigma
las
o f th e M itcheU 'R eport has
nd
w orn off for m o st players and
las
. baseball Is convinced It has
jre
m oved on. But h a s there
ge,
b e en a p erm a n e n t changc,
>pw ith tess reliance o n big bop>
p e rs a n d g re a te r focus on
on
shioU ball, (he kind played by
by
lay
tlje AL cham p io n Thmpa Bay
Rays?
las
>1 th in k it definitely has
aid
som ething to d o w ith it," said
ie r
form er 20-g a m e w inner
/e r
Dave Stewart, now a player
agent.
the
• Released last Dec. 13, the
4()9>page re p o rt o n drugs In
ate
baseball by fo rm e r Senate
rge
M ajority L e ad er George
Mitchell cited seven MVPs, 31
31
ayAU-Stars an d ab o u t 85 play­
ers to differing degrees.
ie r
; Baseball . com m issioner
Bud Scllg ac c e p tc d M ItchcU’
ltcl s
recom m endation n o t toto discipllne players fo r pastt transtr
current
grcsslons. A m ong th e cut
ily th e
and fo rm er stars, only
cases o f B arry Bonds1 Roger
R
Clem ens still p o p u p In
In th e
iccausc
new s — p rim a rily bcci
they m a in ta in - th e ir inn
ii ocencc an d th e ir coses9 linger
11
In the federal courts,
Dr each
"How It tu rn s o u t for
(
q uence
Individual Is a conscqui
o f w hat th e ir responsec was,"
v
tervicw
MitcheU said In a n Inter
last m o n th .'
arly to
It m ay b e to o earl;
d e te rm in e
w h e thr e r th e
ged th e
Mitchell R eport changec
sp o n .
H o m e r u n s p e r gam
g e
Now,
peaked a t 2.34 In 2 0 00.0 .1
they have declin ed for
foi th e
son a n d
third consecutive scasor
s
lowest
w e re d o w n to 2 .0 1 ,th e lo
he shift
level since 1993. Is the
related to th e M itchell1Report
R<
testing?
and Increased d ru g [tes
MitcheU thought it itv was too
sw eeping
early to "m ake swi
ype."
j u d ^ c n t s o f th a t type
! answ er to
"I don't know th e an!
wUl wait
that question a n d 1I w
he
to see w hat h a p ppens,"
cr
said.
In baseball, teamim cxecualways arc
tlves and agents alwi
en d s from
tying to discern trend
statistics. W h ether:r igreater
runs
testing a n d fewer hHome
on
lopic.
are linked fs a h o t topi
: r ^ l n g In
“Uke alm ost everyti
■c nm ultiple
the sport, there arc
gs, an d I
reasons fo r things,
that.m ight
would think th a t that
Baltlmorc
b e one o f them ." Ba
nt Andy
Orioles
p resident
'You can't
M acPhail said. "Yoi
adc
draw bU these broad i o n clu sions based o n one1Cyyear’s o f
ed, so let's
data. But It's started,
sec how it goes."
res general
San Diego Padres
kvers thinks
m anager Kevin Tower
3d the proccss
testing h a s eased
n d e s a n d free
o f evaluating trac
agents,
“You k in d ifof know w h at
now," he said,
you’re buying no
playing
"We'rc o n an equal
eij
the case
field, w here It wvasn’t
a
:e years ago.
two a n d thrcc
niultlmUllonE ntering Into nJons on freedoUar ncgotlado
lo t knowing If
agent players no
g o r not. It's a
they w ere using
IS. Each an d
scary business,
link we're getevery y ear I thin
ting b e tte r and better."
bi
tis and Bonds
W ith Clem ens
giving d o m ln a nr t perform lto their 40s,
ances w ell Intc
lelfln the gam e
th c rew a sa b e llc
that changes nIntraining an d
diet h a d m ade ItIt possible for
em aln actlvc
players to ren
Tiany baseball
longer. Now, mt
Vt so surc.
executives aren’t
see If therc's a
"Wc'U also see
V long players
changc In how
prcslplay." D etroit Tigers
1
H ill’s la]lyupliftitsS u n sppastM ^
IUl
: PHOENIX — G rant HUI
1.7
m ade a reverse layup with 2.7
he
scconds left to lift the
Phoenix Suns to a 113-112
do
victory over th e O rlando
Magic 'on Friday night.
■-Hcdo TUrko^u h a d ^ v een
n
ad
tile M a ^c a o ne-point lead
7 2 seconds earlier o n a ruinn­
ot.
ning 22-foot ju m p shot.
ice
Rashanl Lewis h a d a chance
to win the gam e, b u t his 3vd
p binter as tim e expired
bounced off th e right side of
the backboard.
vd
la son R ichardson scored
nbc
2 l points in his Phoenbc
debut, A m are Stoudem lire
lre
!ve
also scorcd 21 a n d Steve
N ish h ad 21 p oints and 10
ave
assists fo rth e Suns, w ho have
n st
\\^ n sbc in a row against
S driando.
;Divight H ow ard scorcd 19
points In 22 m in u tes for
tiih
Oylando bcforc leaving wiih
rtcr
8^36 left in th e third quorter
ice.
bccausc o f a sore left knee.
Lewis a d d e d 18 for the
M a^c, w ho h a d their fourenk
gom e
w in n in g
streak
snapped.
; COnCS 94. hornets 82
: BOSTON — Paul Pierce
?vin
scored 28 p oints and Kevin
Q am ett h a d 19 points andi 10
rebounds o n Friday nightit to
load th e Boston Celticsi to
ctotbcir 14th consecutivc victo­
<Iew
ry, 94-82 over th e New
q d e a n s Hornets.
am-­
•The defending NBA cham
pions took th e lead w ith a11717Liar4irun early in th e third quarjain
tiir a n d never trailed agair
pjcwhile im proving to a leaguebest 22-2 this season.
lints
Chris Paul h a d 20 point!
the
an d 14 assists for tht
Vest
Ilom ets, w hile David Wcsi
ha d 23 p o in ts and 14
1^
rebounds.
lints
After trailing by 14 point:
Mew
In the fourth quarter, Ne\i
forc
Orleans cut it to 89-82 befon
way.
th e Celtics p u t It away
oop
thanks In p art to a n alley-ooi
n e tt
from Ray Allen to Garnet
o in t
tiiat m a d e h an 11-poin
game with 1:43 left.
go's Derrick
agc. whUc Chlcagc
aging 18.3.
Rose w as averag
those
Bolh w erc kept uunder
r
|To scorcd 14
num bers, a s Mayo
se finished
points a n d Rose
id a seasonw ith 12 points and
high 11 assists.
I
PloepbiSaufonnrdCrurtH
lit Hm'lv* la the lane-wfpnlac ii u k r t )
oortli UDirter o f » NBA b u k itb iD p n
thiOrliwIolUijcIatiiifotiii
n «i
m s 113-112.
Fridiy|pPlioe«U.T 1ieSiM
onents,
tw o
key
co m poni
rd wldi
m atched a club rccord
its llth s tra ig lit win.
assists
fames a d d ed sevenI as
a n d seven rebounds for
foi the
Cavs, w ho Improved to 13-0
another
at hom e an d added anc
s t winvictory to ttieir longest
ning strcak since the 1993-94
19£
season.
-1 since
Q eveland, now 19-1!
I-2. can
starting th e season 1-2,
secutlve
set a record for consec
wins in Atlanta o n Satur
turday.
d e d 16
D eionte W est addei
am s 14
points a n d Mo Willlan
3), w ho
for the Cavaliers (20-3),
rinuniU
didn't get th eir 20th win
nd were
fan. 15 last season and
10-13 after 23 games,
CAVAUDiS88,76QS72I
3ron
;CLEVELAND — LeBroi
James scorcd 28 points and
am
Anderson Varcjao addedd 17
1
m aas
in his first start this season
ising
Cleveland, d esp ite missin
GR&ZUES 103, BUUi
MEMPHIS, T c n n .Gay scored 29 poln
Hakim W arrick add'
bolh m atching their tfpM t
higlis, as M em phis
v
hrtanlDtt
third suaight.
^
Warrick's 12 points
HAWKS 87, HEAT73
d h n s o n fourth q u a rte r kept th
MIAMI — Joe foh
ce IBibby at bay. sn a p p in g snapping
Ch
scorcd 21 points, Mike
3 streak.
a n d losh Sm ith each1 aad ded tw o-gam e w inning
tl
21
15, ond A tlanta easilyy eerased The win m arked had
rcbounds
Ume die Grizzlies wo
a terrible start to beatt Miami.
M
ostIcfor the
o re d 12 straight u n d e r Marc
M aurice Evans scon
im es. Tlie
ord Rn- In his sccond season
points a n d Al Horforc
jn d s for coach.
je straight
ished w ith 10 rcbounc
*ond-half
3red d ie
Tlie gam e fcati/rcd
the Hawks, w h o score
h e third two rookie scorcB,corcd
0. 23-4
final 14 p oints o f tlie
p e n tlie of M em phis wlUi ai an
2Gd werc
quarter, blow ing opei
m the foul
hA dania^
__ Dedo
CSI___
CmlinuedfnxnpasiDl
n e.
32.5 p ercen t for the game.
iro u d
*I could n ’t b e m orc proi
of o u r guys defensively,"" said
ss
Gosar.
m ilt a
;The G olden Eagles buili
If o n a
26-9 lead in th e first halfoi
mc of
piitback b y W atkins, one
nine offensive b oards by
C
syCSI
id the
Itl th e first half. Behind
I
defense o f Byago Dlouf,
(
if, CSI
h eld D.odgc City's leadi
:adlng
sc o rc r R o d n ey Clinksca
scales
"scorclcss u n til tnc5:!5"rTi;
rn iark
of-th e first half. Clinksca
Lscolcs
Tmlshed w ith n in e points,
below his average.
-D louf a d d e d 16 points
th e offensive end.
i c a(n d
"Byago Is so athletic
so long. He's getting to
o bbe a
r." said
really special defender,"
s
v c tn d
Ctosar. "O n th e o ffensive«
l)< knock ed dow n som e
• s&pts for us. T h a t young n
. Iliad a really good ga
tphiglit."
-CSI fa c e s a toughh test
i
tbnlR ht (7 p.m ., M SI)
gam eon th e way to sni
a three-gam e losing stl
Dwyanc W ade ht
poinis an d eiglit rcb
for Miami, w hich lost I
flret tim e In live game
Heat m issed n in e sl
shotsduringonesccor
lull, plus werc outscon
in fast-brcok points an
am erc4-for-10from t]
line, com pared w ith Ai
24-for*32.
UUS96
1. — Rudy
CodkmeOTen olnt^
pne an d
fo u r in o re iddcd
ses
21,
d u a ^ b e g in eir
at iseason
I ^ o H i g l i S cIsh won
t
Its
a g ain st No. 15 !Sew ard
ivas 12-0
Couniy. w h ic h wa;
e n terin g Friday's late
lati gam e
cil Indian
against th e Haskell
N ations IV sciuad.
guys to bc /
tnls In the
“We w a n te d o u r gu
itthcB
:onfcrencc
F '
Fk^D
* uU s
tested In this n o n co
n
G osar of/
Chicago’s '
seaso n ." sa id Go
ng streak.
tonight's gam e, noti
I th e flrst
Sew ard will offer
w on three
m a tc h u p pro b lem s
rclavaroni,
sm all hneup.
^ * c £ a ? g « Sion
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Valdivia
ibllcscoudng director.
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In July,Jul Baldmorc flrcd a ..'
th e unit linked
scoutt after
a:
him to aI gambling Invcsdga;, ;
York police. T he ^
tion by
by New
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also' uncovered evidence
unitolsc
danta prospect Jordan.^
that A
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Schafer
hormnone,
on which led to a su s -r I
lion.
.',1:
pension
itchcU an d Selig speak ';
. Mitch
atcdly for the n eed tq ,'l
repeatci
rcmUn
alnvi^Iant. m indful thqt ;
drugs m o^t ;
n ew designer
d<
likely/ will
w surface. VWll base ; ;
baU nee
ncc d a major Invcsdga*^ ;
periocUcaUy
to keep upT^', ■
tion per
"I think
thli diat’s a prcmaturiL".:
n ient.
I don’t dilnk any^'
judgm
e
an say now th a t you"
.one ccai
It to
ought
ti do dlls every five o r.,.
cars," MltchcU said. " M ^ _
10 year
h o pBe IsIsfrankJy diat It \vlll n o j , ;
ccessary."
;
b e nccc
:ats rivalry!
)siers, Wildes
:ewas
what it once
LEXINGT
Kentuckyr was
w defending its
ch am pilatest national
na(
legendary
onship. Indlana's
inc
ob Knight, was coUcoach, Bob
.000th carcer gam e,
ing his 1.00
televised
And th e nationaUy
na
!twccn two tium s o f
U 05110
battle betwi
finished,
LS, Mich. —
collcge basketball
bas
ately, as an overtim e
m scorcd 28
appropriate
.
Iverson had
thriller.
ms Dcc. 8, 199B. O h
12 assists as
T hat was
a decade
troU
bea t
w hat a difference
dlfl
makes.
carccr-high
W hen th
t^e Hooslers a n d
their annual
jm D anny
W lldcais renew
rc
aturday, little except
I lost its fifth
rivalry Satu
ational
television
th a t
n ati
it isI left to resem ble
:ey added a
broadcast
</ days
o f the inter-*
points and
th e glory
c
idge m atch that now
for Detroit,
state grudg
inncd
52 m eetings
four of five.
h a s span
n
24. Early dlls season,
ess had 14
since 1924.
lg team
s have alrcady
ccond gam e
th e young
ti
;d
for
seven losses,
he team.
com bined
her Is getting votes In
an d nclthci
iciatcd Press'Tbp 25.
3W0U/ES86
ThcAssocii
15 - Tony
Don’t icU
teUthe coaclics o r th e
ave another
players th
thee rivalry has lo st
:r, though.
n him, so his
any luster,
i
d ie d o n its
"Any tim
tin e Indiana plays
PtSrOKSlHPAO
y. itI does not rcally
y them over
Kentucky,
AUBURN HILLS
w hcrc you play It,"
m atter wh
Richard HamUton
m Crean, In diana’s
said Tom
points a n d AUenim
Iv e back at
r head
■ first-year
h< coach. “People
17 points a n d 12since that
lg tb show u p In a
I Nov. 5 that
are going
slum ping
Dctrc
ind. They’rc going to
10 assists.
playgrounc
Indiana.
show upp In
I a neutral site,
Indiana got a :dc 17 poinis
lo show u p a t
They’rc going
gol
42 p o in ts fron
Iiey’rc going to show
hom e. Tlic
Granger, b u t stlUlaIid 17 points
n other slate th o u Is, and M anu ■ u p In aanc
s tra l^ t.
16 points for
sands oiff m
i iles away. T h a t’s
Rodney Stuckej
slon o f bodi schools'
th e passioi
season-high 21 lavc
p won five
m nd from a n
fans."
eight a ssists foi
assions
of the faidiful
The pass
w hich had lost aiason.
fo
ly ih o t have cliangcd.
fans m ay
A ntonio McDyes
s bodi find
I, NETS 79
b ut th e program
pi
points in his sco
Ives In re b uilding
•RFORD, N.I.
them selve
since rejoining the
1 scored 18
mode,
0 years
under coac h
o n to capitalIn two
;
SPURS 98, TWBERV
Ulspic, Kentucky (6-3)
iiirter’s 0-forf3illy GlUls]
MlNNEAPOUS
st som e shockcrs,
It New Jersey,
h as lost
Parker d id n 't hav
ng against G ardnercond
straight
including
55-polnt night In
I
Dlcgo last y ear
rim coach Jay
Webb and.San
nd
San A ntonio rell
andV MIIliiin dlls year's opener,
defense to cairy
once looked
D, with four 3Vifhlle things
thi
M innesota.
cly g i ^ last season for
Joey Graham
extremely
In his first gan
dcats,
they werc ab le
Jose
th cW lId
a
Target C e n ic r points.
s
g e in S o u theastern
to surge
carcer night oncdr 13 os th e
;n c c play and qualify
to 2-3
Confercnc
also in cluded oved
I
to u rn a m e n t,
who replaced
for th e! NCAA
N
Parker m anaged
where, they
the lost In the op en and n ine assists,n Dcc. 3.
ind to M arquette, th e n
Ing round
' Tim D uncan ha'and D cvln
d by
coached
b Crean.
an d 13 rcbounds,Nets wldi 14
of Indiana (5Bobby
The itruggles
s tn
GlnobUi added llie
16
even m ore dra4) have: been
bi
the Spurs, w ho h12.
a
A wditwl P re s
matic. Last
La m onth, the proin a row to rcboui
0-3 start to the sec
RAPnN5101,l
EAST RUTHER
— C hris Bosh
poUits a n d Ibror
Izcd o n Vlncc Ca
13 night to b e a t:
the Raptors' sccc
win u n d e r Intcrlr
Triano.
lason Kapono,
pointers, an d fo
each h a d 16 p
C alderon scorcd
R aptors Improv
under TVlano, wl
Sam MitcheU on
Yl Jianllan i
Harris led the N
' apiece,
whlli
Sim m ons had 12
- T b e As
MwhftU&OMkOtm
a s f e f f ls !
SSrsB?
5
ssK w raa
said,
d e n t Dave! Dombrowskl
Di
srage'agc o f m ajor
T he averai
iach April has held
leaguers eac!
steady a t betw
bei een 29 an d 3 0
ist dccade, accordfor the past
Ing the com m issioner’s
office.
P erhaps> the
th lasting Im pact
ii’s’srcport wUlbe his
ofM ltchcU
ndatlon that M ajor
rccom m endi
s ta n a n
League Baseball
Ba:
Ive wing. The new
Investlgadve
ded by Dan MulUn
unit, hcadec
je H
a n d George
1 anna, launched
tions . relating to
Investlgatloi
skim m ing[ oolf contract bonusimbUng In addition
cs an d gami
to its drugI responslbUltles.
re
hlcagb W hite Sox
T he Chic
c to r o f player perfired dlrcctc
»avid Wilder, alo n g
so n n c l Dav
lh th e club's
w ith two scouts
see
crlcan operations In
LailnAmcrli
owing th e s ta n o f
M ay follow
Dbe. And In August,
MLB’s probt
CCS term inated die*
th e Yankees
contractsof
ofCarlos Rios, th eir
________
The
at
-
^ ^ H v iH q ^ D tn k
135-pond
aAliFiVUir
illM o lO ili
^ H s c k o l.
India
liana at KentucliH
2 p.m., CBS
'
n acccpted
dirce years o t ;
gram
ai
ballon although it w a s ’~;
probatl
red a postseason b a n ;
spared
nm ing from a telephone ;
sicmm:
-uUlng
scandal
th a t •
rccru
lt
jsc d on form er coac h .
focusci
/In ISampson.
'
Kelvin
h lngs
haven’t
been I
Thin
)odi o n the c oun for th e )
sm ood
jslcrs,
ellher.
In
a
n
ex
o
d
u
jp ;
Hoosle
)layers. some w erc klckca
o f play
off die tcom. others o pted t » ^
isfer, and top scorcr E ric~
transfc
d o n turned pro after his I
Gordoi
h m a n season.
I
frcshm
Ass a result, th e te a m ;
re tuirn
rn s ju st 30 points p e r ;
gam1C
effrom last year’s te a m — ;
rom senior KyleTaber an d ;
28 fron
rom sophom orc walk-on i
2 fron
tt FFlnkclmclcr.
!
Brctt
Jth ough
even
th e ',
Althi
osiers’ own gam e n o te s ;
H oosit
d a lm die program to b e - ;
proclal
o n eJ o f th e m ost Incxpcri-, j
:ed In tlic history o f
cnced
isio n 1 basketball, GiUlspie“ '
Dlvlslc
taking die bait o f o v e t ^
Isn'tt tJ
king them.
lookln
1don't buy that," he said. "J;;;;
"Idc
th innkk 'o f Indiana as a sm art/;;,
rd-playlng, cohesive unit/ "
hard-p
an dJ tlthat's exactly w hat they '•
are."
jilllspie says he Isn’t m uch :
Gllll
historian and declined IQ .
o faahi
n a i w here the Indiana;
signal
mec ranks am ong th e
gam
Idcats’ regular rivalries^
Wlldc
ilch include gomes against
which
ulsvlllc, Tennessee onU .
Louis'
irida. And, his players I n s l ^
Florid
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lh fu n d ra is in g .a n d outw ith
reach
ach efforts.
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ceived th e sa m e benefits
receit
allable
to
full-tim e
avalli
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a sorry for any.confu3n, a n d I ap p reciate the
’ sion,
liverslty aHow ing m c lo
univc
ke lim e to c o n sid e r my
take
tlrem en t a n d in su ran ce
retire
)tions," F ulm er said in a
optio
state!
a te m c n i. “ll h a s alw ays
•en m y goal to d o whal's'
IP
for this g reat university,
DoB(KirTeai,M
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yy
Friday. Marn>B«nsUnoffeBsIrec
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ill c o n tin u e lo do."
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OrieiBiSalati.
Tl»( .‘i8*ycar>old Fulm ur
lid hI e will in stea d w ork as
said
ni v o lu n teer to help
n n in g fo r th e
year
hino n o rs.
He
led an1 alum
oi
In th e rum
ister re la tio n sh ip s with'
Cyclones a ihletHichmon
o nd to ih c nationai foste
A uburn job, C
innessee d onors.
amle Pollard said
semifinal:
ia ls in 2 0 0 7 .
Tenn
ic director Jair
T he 41
4 1 -yearold Clawson
I'ridoy.
ARMY
FOOTBAa COACH
replaces
es B ran d o n , w ho
A
Pollard ockriknowledged th a t
STAN BROCK RRED
luilc d ire cto r lay
w as 14-30
44a n d led the
A uburn athlei
WEST
POINT, N.Y. —
entiy c o n lo c ie d
Falconss to
ti th rc c bow l gam es
WI
la co b s recen
rm y fo o tb all c o a ch Stan
?<ik w ith C hlzlk
afier taki
aklng over for Urban Arm)
him lo jipeal
rock has b e e n fired.
Tigers vocancy.
Meyer.
Brod
a b o u t th e Ti
Army
a th le tic director
A
n
Pollard saidI Iin a statem ent
cvin A n d erso n noUried
n d e rsia n d in g Is
FULMD
HERCHOOSESNOTTO Kevii
ih a t his unil
rock o f th e dec isio n on
CCEPTIFTPOSITHM
Brod
ACCI
th a t Chizikc Ih a s m e t w iih
riduy, six d a y s after the
riclals a n d is a
KNOXV
JXVILLE, T enn. Fridu
A uburn offic
lack K nights com pleted
n d id aie fo r Ih c
Form err T1 e n n essee football BlacI
serio u s cand
leir sea so n w ith a 34-0 loss
co ach PI
PhUllp F u lm e r has their
job.
Navy. Brock
a
Chlzlk wasas th e defensive chosen1 nmo t to ac cept 0 posl- .to> archrlval
im plied a 6-18 record in
lion as
>aaspeciol assistant to com]
c oordinator' aa t A uburn from
IC H g ers allow ed
unlversit
sity p re sid e n t lohn twvoo)years a s coach.
2002-04. Tlie
Army,
w hich finished 3-9
low il.3 p o in ts Petersen,
en, th e university
An
a naiional-lo
each o f Brock's seasons,
en ro u te lo
a n n o uneed
n o Friday.
InI ei
p e r gam e in 12004
2'
as n ot h a d a w inning
O n vlonday.
Mo
P etersen said has
on u n b e a te n ;s eason.
:cord since 1996.
IS g one ju st 5-19
that Fuln
aim er — w h o is being recoi
Chizlk has
- T h t Assodated Press
3ns a t Iowa State,
paid 56
n illion o ver th e next
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in two season
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e d( one
Hut yuu \lxiuld dccxraiE )inalla way iliholiday taue looks like and
Decorate
uim'l tumiilfliuycn. ccause
Most define it as "eleganl.'"'i
iling svrealh.
Tlierc's «>di>uhi ihe htiliiUys are
Let.
anl “quiet." Tty a nininalisi
near Malls filled wiilt pi.insellias.
ayilui
.ippwadi-rtme wreath, one( liii
In ln a
vet
festive music filling elevalon. caiali
dining table ccnlcrpiect Dec(luor
. no "cule”
UtKidlng maillKiiet. ami iMmie ile^i^
re
the front door wilh an inviiini
tTKnor
msga/incs parted >villi wayi loas.
ma!
AiallnatTowirccwillcmpha
men on front
Ihe seawn l<righl.
:aiali)gs room's height and conscrvct:
Many selleMMnt tu pulliiui
ilcsign
space. In ihc don'l-do list,onalized
no
the <1uj« ami ileciirale acti'fding
I make
wreaths with gingerbreadnmed
trte:
ionsgtttoo
l» family lrailitii>n\, tml Ixwscs
oveI^^»d inflatable snowmer
latdlime
thal are on ihe maiket slHvIdn'l,iut
t>e
yards. Sleer clear of perwtu
whome.
I'vetly per«Kiili/eiI i»r clutiereUIgal
objects such as munogtamiTM
ir o r tta m u l
any lime. Yuur li«me sIkwIiI strike
stockings. WhcndecoraiioM
lUirr. remove
a lahnxlKiU K nenf'ym g yixir
jlie
personal, peitple have a hard
forheach
iraililiiint yei slK>nin)! restraint.Jai
picturing themsehts in the
you
rikc
Trade non-seasonal for
Htmemher tiui kmi much ‘’siull”
catmiullajes whai’s inou imponani
ur
home's aa'hilcciunl dti.iils, iu1”
condilinn. loc.iiton. ami pricc. itianl
"AliiHiK' i':i llie ttiaikel durin;:
a
Holidays sIhxiIJ slmw olf tlic liiiuv
>
Imt not llie iHiliday deciipiions."
layi Julie Dana, a home staging
iring llic
pnifeuioiial and co^authin ofThe
louse.
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Cunplete Iiliul's (iuide lo Staging
YtHii Home 10 .Sell (Alplia. 20t)7).
ig
you su a w l. you'll get IniycnThe
to %
“ I wisli tliii ncre my home for;ing
Ihe
h..Iidays"
1)7). If
Amid all of tlx challenges
, toofsay.
listing ahomc during iheho'iibys.
rthe
Ihere is ime big plus: Most buyers
s oIir
f
who ate actively looking at ihis
lays.
yets
is lime
H
r ' i
O ^H k.
Uli
Ui timtly mrMng fliolfnafr.
ciyone wants lo liiwcr expenses. . ^
Kvciyo
t it’s
but
it'scriiial mx in cut comers sshen-
p.
^ updtconU ionsfora
Ime. While mosi Itumeowners
tlinlledlime
Miging the holiday spirit.
love prolongi
' ^ |\C > p e tls s u giiggest
g i curtailing il when the
i>n the markel. Daw Sears.
I
houscisonll
er of OptiloRK. advises a
H
civfoumiero
of two sveeks before ami
maximumn ol
•
two after Clm$tma.s,
Cti:
aS
^ B T r
'fiwfr
Sm
H B /
n H /v V
B 9 y
iH
fatoriteMhal appeal
try non-sea.sonal
non
ar-RNt)d.
.
■
year-ro
ottby. This is jusi one of
are trusiwont
ions to use a REALTOR*
manyreason!
: home selling proccss.
RS* will show your home
RE.^TORSi
iecT' buyen inteicsted in
of year arc lerioui. TTwfollow
lips will help icllen xhieve ll
ilecoraiing balance:
I
riN G !;i
W I LL L H E L P S E LL L Y O U R H ODI M E
i d el A
; ’ s ’m e
T
I ..
dtfonfions. Tiiavoid cJuiln
a non-holiday accessory for t
jea«inal xcessory. Remcm
are uying lo show (he qualili
uragcnl is taking photos for listing
yowa*
Iterials. Yixir professional real , i; .
nialeri!
lale ageni will use cuticnl plHUos lo 'J
estate:
aikciyourlHime.
tnvkcl
Rm
Ri m brr uinitr's ihnal.
xirhome accessible and well kepi
*>anntftwufrflnxy-N<^)'i"S
jringthe winter is jusi as imp<*rtanl ;
days more than twinkling
during
says holiday
it is
I
fires, buj make
_ »>
iii
s during llie summer.
.li^ ts a n dJ ccrackling
r
i^romfl'oni
«n ttlljour fcume.'T
oiccs. Lights, which also
D
sman choice
very year. iIk Junior Club of ^tagic •
minaic a home's esterior in
Every
help
illey hosts the '■OirisiiiiasTi'ur."
particularly io ^ n a n t in
N^lley
^
hen many showings lake
off local
lov; Iwmesilcconleil for the
loliday*. These Ixinies are generally
uuldn'lhelefl"onalltlie
Holid
placc-shwih
olon
thc
market
as
homes
“For
*
:*
:lecl
efficient
IJ;D
bulbs
not
or
lime. Select
■ale." yei il wems every year one of ;
ihcm with molion dctedon
Sale."
' andusclhcr
lehometivvncrs
wilt
be
asked
if
itiey
:
i.»ysRottnneWeissman.
the
he
or liners. H
nil sell
ircctor of consumer campaigns
will
si their home.
Selling
a home is usually a
nonprofit Alliance lo Save
S
iressful lime. Don't m.ike tlie
nWa.shingion.D.CTogela
sires*
BnerB>in>^
loliday Stawn any less enjoyable jusi
:g quickly
and make clean up
Holid
. fire going
i|i
ccause your home is on the market,
onsidermanufacturedlogs.
becau
'easier, consi
injoy your hiime and ibe many -;;
ndy Aul. wilh Pine Mountain
Enjoy
says Mendy
nemoriesit haspnivided. Apoteniia(;.
memc
wyer will see your pride awl sense Ihj•
buyet
rillc. Ind.
your home, not the quantity i
decorations
and people
Don'l bnitaltScnwfie.
Uwannih,
decorating seems a Herculea
T.
(and 1hope we do) we liave-a
If (and
owsiorm. remember tl* shoscl your ^
smiwsi
alks rathenlian hive sii»w .ind ice'
walks
w<me pan of the decor. Making
bec»<m
fillnimt
injoyment ihey may find as well.
haked goods and live greens- ■ enjoy
aromas'haki
decor, but os'erly
jj
enhance; seasonal
sea
d
o
n
from
air
fteshencn
and
£1
strung odor
candles may send buyers tunning,
Soun;e; Bailura tlallinger
ou have a scheduled showing
. Whenyoul
Dcccml<er3W!l ■
home, leave out a plate of
ofyourton
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envies,. which
w^
buyers will associate
tmohome.and.deiign
wiihibespi
: spirit of giving not to mention
the greatII sn
smell fresh baked cimkies
teave IqI the
ibc house.
pigjt,
17 toolhint "uiie. Most people
je itlw rril
rrillofjingltsandcan)ts.so
• ".
Happy Holidays!
don'l avoid all decorations.
d and green
Holidayseasonafleralland
rssuggeua
ejpccl some, and Ihey add
«
reens. elegant
Think git«t.JUKl wet
usie
snd ithiU. Too much red
an whites.
wggeu
canbackfirc.Praclitionensi
la^alhiooffl
neuinlpalelte of fresh grter
laddaiouch
silvenamigolds.andclusii
isehome
e o t e f l ^ o f r Because
ll
M happy
entertaining connotes
hj
igeakiidxnas
boroeowDenbip. stage
a
going
ifibeowncnwtregoiD
| lo throw a
cozy holiday pMy. Buycn
Bu] don't want
Some practitionen also sugj
ih ln g s to lo o k ^ aatthehoUdiyi.
tt h
replacing a few koobs in
ok ai
and feel ofthe
___________ , Show buyen ihc took
orkitchenwiihonesthatadi
»e their guests arrive.
home just before
blornknbltfE ins.
Bcmlodfoli
iday presents and
Keep most holida
tns out of sight to avoid
family heirloom*
ren. Doingsoalsois
diuiacting buyen
Ition t o open bouses.
■ u ta n precautio
wbotburabome
Not all people wl
of seasonal color,
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uyers & sellers
Home and 20 acres.
on 21 dry acres. 3 (ul
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200 acres w/wolor on
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1/2 mite UtUo w ood baths.
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sq. ft.. 3 bdrm, 2 bath
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home, twods some
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smaikir houso
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shares,
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wfwel llrws.
trade. $280,000.
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to own terms
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flooring, fenced ya n l
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bath.
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fenced yard, storage
shadrthop. $825 mo.
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TWIN FALLS 3 bdrm. 2
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range and raMg. lul
bamt, W/0 hooloip.
no amoUng. no pets.
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now townhouso. 3
bdrm, I.S bath. 2 car
garogo. Somo utlEilos
paid. Qroat Canyon
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opplintxos,
W/D
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car garage
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doiails & invoniory.
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bdrm, 2 both, 2 cat,
appls, S950 mo. S700
dop. 2839 4* Avo E.
CallS61-0068
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2 bath,
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jd io utls indd S400.
studio
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ho liMgmt. 733^739
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yard. 3 bdrm, 1 baih.
no pets. S625 « SSOO
dop. 208-212.1678
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2200 i
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2610W Nsparing
5700 mo.
home near CSI. 5300
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3 bdrni. 2
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734-8611
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775-660-1686
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, 733-4607.
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d o a n 2 bchn, 2 bath, I
& 1334 Ekn.
l i u n d t y h ocups.
d^,
111- A
Iton, corner
mato warned. AH uilllh epL
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pets. $600 mo. * dep, I
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. cable. 522S/mo.
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fe tW N p:ALL8
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duple*. .carport.
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:ppilances. no
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n
TOIN FALLS
, Indodessom o
Nowor 2 4 3 bdrm.
0 1 2 b*m , 1 baih, no
spood mtorneta
». 208-410-7006
2 b « h apaftmonis.
» s. Washington Street.
pats. 5625
$300
cable service.
uilinles.
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dop. 206-212-1678
95 square foot warehouse,
A LL82bdrm. 1
Madrona
quare (ool oKioe, 2 truck level
WENOELL Lovely. Iko
luplox S525 mo.
n o o olf 1*■
♦ Rcson SJ)1c Poo
ig docks, 1 ground level door,
new. quiet 2 bodroom.
SO deposit. 2
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acres, e n cm ed compound, .
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m $5500 month. 3-S yr (ease.
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208-720-7801
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208-870-1100
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208-678-2833
TWIN FALLS N to iocation, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,
dop. 208-212-1678
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bdrm houso S400 ♦
SI 50 deposit. Referoncos. 208-731-9161
4 7 Autom otive
sa fe ly device
4 8 Eyebaii
impolitely
49 _
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basoment, S425 +
5400 ♦ deposit..
806-736-0084
WENOELL 3 bdrm 1
bath. S615 *■deposit,
No smoklng^ets. 205
e^A voE . 539-1403,
WENOELL O ean, 3
bdrm. 1 baih. rango,
rofrlg.. W/D kvrl. S7S0
*■ d ^ , 208-324-6372
or 208-280-0992
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Head
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rolling 6 weeks to 65 part^timejob working
sff
&
good
humor
mornings & afteryea;s ICCP. no regis^
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noons? We have the
cotton fee. 736-0382
P.O Box 23
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perfect job lor you!
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Repair Technicians
g to Immediately fill two
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positions: one
t( provide superior
;e repairing
relrigerators,
customer service
n
, heating appliances; the
Iroszors.AC.hei
ilrTVs&home
electronics
second to repair
T
tomers homes In lhe
In our custom
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TWln Fall* area,
nces or home electronics
repairing appliance!
•C/Unlversal preferred (or
REQUIRED, CFC/l
’eamwork skills, excellent
HVAC tech. Tean
Im , good driving r e x r d Is
customer sewlce,
irday availability required,
yaais of aga to apply,
ly through email to
iOBearehc.com.
illent compensation and
We offer excellen
rtth the opportunity to work
benelits along wtthl
lly. QuaPlled
candidates
independently.
I
need to submitt to drug test, background
srs (abstract before hire,
check, dftvers
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drug-free wortcpiace.
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Tuesday. 7;00-8:30pm
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1044 £. Main, Burley
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one
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with
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can promise you a
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federal )ob. For free
^ equipment
MEDIUM
«MS
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RECOVERY SERVICES
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LDS Burley W. Slake
RS
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2420 Park Ave.. Burley
Coll Career
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206-678-3933
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every 3x3 box contains
tl digits 1 through 9.
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’eglonal carrier.
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ments
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nlng
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anything eise. You solve
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exp.Fi
436^6037 or 679-3518
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iswers for to d ay s puzzle on
and logic. Find th e answ>
09-240-1S83
IDI 256 Heyburn
C u s td im ie T
Thursday.
5:15-7pm.
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678-5959 or 678>2622 —
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CHILDCARE
opening Dec. 2 ^ .
Licensed ond ICCP
Certified. Meals
served. Intont^Klndergarten openings. Call
now to reserve your
sp o l 206-736-0073
wtth Landscapes UnllrtiR
nded, LLC
Iho
Sun Vallfly. Idatv
T em p (0 4 /0 1 A 9 to IU
ll/30ff«)
Manual unskilled tabor, mov
low, cut. water.
low leaves, dig
edge lawns, rake and blov
ull and chop.
holes and trencties, pull
jitopsolland
weeds, prune and haul
t
)T$11.10/hr.
mulch. $7.40/bour; OTi
40hrs/w k,5tol0ht8 OT,ea-Sp.
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No exp. J o b O r d t r No.
>.1335676.
number at the
Apply tor the job Bsting nu
nenlof Labor
nearest Idaho Departmei
office or send a resm te with
S S J K S
number to: Id a h o D epartm
F R O M
B E C :OO: M I N G
P O O R .
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AppllCQflons.
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notuiol.
Cut
and
wrapped for you. Coll
731-6608 or 934.6825
leave messogo.
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stock tmDer. 55.499.
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208-324*3900
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30
milk cows ond 100
hellers otKlcnh/os. S43-4242 or 360-2852
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jg froo workplace.
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dacllna orpmp«riy
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2374
4 Ai
Addison Ave E
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JT 01 the (NCHA 520,000 +)A
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or, vintago olena, Doc's Oak,
4400 sq.ft. .ho
flo
homo bor- King Friu. Bueno
Noting cufton
ront dov^- chex. Poppy San
an
opmont, Indui
‘d udes city Bodger, Mr. San Pep»!>•
water & sowci
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Poppy Olena.
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not eonstitutt final
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n«wspap«r. Tho
adv9His9r. nottti9
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assumts full
nsponsibiHl/tor
tf)« liuthfuleontsnl
of Oitirttdv$i11s«r
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Steel Weldors
odod. Call Victor
20fl-431-4668
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your trimming
noods.
^
experlenca.
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or 20^3M -3976
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Carflg1ver»,lnc.
Is Wferino a fuMlmo
Executive Director
position with heaim
lnsvtar\po with a vQfy
ocilvo wluntoor
prog(Bm.-Appllcoflt9
-m ustbaprotldontln
•• gfaniwrtilng, In
computer applcatlons.
panlcularlyQulcItBooks, and possess
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yeor old leg. QH.
Broke to le ad S500/
,
offer. 208-26(^3824
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h o r s e 10 year oW o h
mare, good on trail
rides,
pocks
out
iiy.
game, is not gun shy.
S500/ofler, 431-2213,13,
SERVICE
SAQE
:s usually
llg risks.
Before yoi
business
w a
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company,\ cf
chock It
Jio
ovt with U
10 Bottor
} Bureau
ifomiotion
about Oivokjlng
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investment
nt 9
scams.
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write to the
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Trodo Comrr
' Washington
jton, D.C.
20580 or# coil
ct the
Noiktnal
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on iContor
Information
576-7060
t-800-676-
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and procuring fundm -w-w'm
lf»g. Those Interested
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maypickupa)ob
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descriptton and
fy
.reo d th o
brochure at tho oflloe
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print.
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les-Novrs
To apply. appBcarts
Bl
s your ad
need 10 subfnli a full
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Call Timesresume vrtth covor
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10 plocoAycA A A
loner by 12/2M 8
208-733-093
highllghtir^ their
VENDII
quBllficotions and
ness
AAAAi
why they ore soeUng
Volley
MDINO Sm al BusliNs posltlon.
I Info
)SSa for sole In Sun
llley, S5000. Col lor H n M S l
fo 206-736-2430
HORSE BOARDINQ
vi,h
Broozoway bam with
jod
lurnoul surrounded
by exc riding areas.
'OS'
King Hill. Ful care
avail. 206-386-2777 L _
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&
TRIMMINa Montano
^
State Graduate. Dan
^
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DEPA RTM EN T
must.SMortgages and
208-734-5538
lal Estate Contracts,
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lail today for 0 free.
NEWSPAPER
re .l
Paints, and more.l
Kkis horses, hunl-|
log horses an'^d1l
ranch horses. Rep^ II
utationoutni.
I
2 08 -6 3 9 ^1
a
HOT SHOT '0 8 l 20'
stodc trailer, goose
o”
neck, usod only 1
year In W . Great con­
Call
dltloa S7700. Call
208-96»0697
^ 0,
MARE AQHA 15 year
rLC.
oU, needs a llttio TLC.
BiaA a white paint
>‘ int
mare, broke to rkki,
S*00A)(leroach.
e s li^ .
TIM ES-NEW IS
C L A S S IF IE D '
14 yr. old
old
QoWlng, 6 yr. oid
^ “1
mare, 2 saddles, bridies & tk) downs, 3 h
you
tons hay for free if >j>u
buy tho horw s. No
ressonaUe olfer will
berelused. 368-S09S
!L
horses
300
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INV
qutwiion is, wliat is your
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-----DEAR ABBY: Four montlv
villing to sacrificc In order
k c d if h e
1
guy 1 know from work oskc
d e a r
JC his dream? If he’s willing
>wwt>cfts
could stay \s1th me for a few
; and lake oul loans for his
until he finisliod saving forr hhls own
a b b y
“
on, iherc Is noiliing slop. ■
LThe was
p
apanm cnt. l\\x) WHik-s lalcr
tn.
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nrcd from his )ob.\Vttcn I lo
Jean n e
ping him.
he could siny, I said I w<
\ ABBY:
My sister has two
Phillips
DEAB
A)
cliaiRO hint n:nl, bul lliai he
hildn'n, whom I adore. I .
_______ _______ I gtandchiltl
lollelrics. I------------------------not'd to buy Ills own food, lol
likelo lake iliem places and
:ias .slnco park hts things for
foi hini und put, would ike
ctc, Mp did al first, but ha:
gs will)
Ihcm. but my sister.
nd If ho gives you do things
v
mitie.
Ihcm outside. And
slartcdhclplnghlm solftom
IS aa severe welgiit problem
who has
wiio lives any trouble, culi the
llu police.
1have a 7-ycar-olcl son wl
inablo to walk, won't let me
Iy laid off
DEAR ADBY: I sam a senior in and is unal
with me, and i w-a.s rcwntly
I’n willing lo push her
living off higli scliool. and1 my
m friends and I unless I’m
from my Job, I am now Ilv
licelchalrand lake
colleges, aroundllnherw
In I
lent,, and an* all looking ul dlffertml
dll
savings and unemplnymet
Ild wiiose jiarenls
her. ).too.
I havo ono fiiond
tilin g oaMiglK.
id in g v\'hai Ls riglit
I feel1 bad
be for the kids bccausc
an* all tiboiit decldi
Abby, this guy Isn’t ovenn looking
I
uiHy
get
lo do anytliing. 1
I'l let
ep ail day for him and won't
U him make th c they rarel<
forwork-AUhcdocsisslccp
loufilit about going around
.
It. he tries
final decision as
as to w here he have thou;
and watch TV. Not only tliat.
ter to their moiher, b ut It
ley believe ihai
my sister
,-atchand should go. They
to d iaato whol shows ! wai
make my sister
gels
pr<
tlic mid- clioosing a rollogc
I all about con- would probably
even turns thc channel InItl
he children's moiher has lit,hai careers make m ad.Thec
the bathnt'ctlons and whJi
die of a show whon I go loth
ncy, and the father Is n ot in
'.
tie money,
reoloader
ihe most money.
room. Howcon I get tliis frc<
ture. Do you think I can Jusfriend be able lo the plctun
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out of here?
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2
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swcei surrcndcr
night to
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chant for celcbrity and mij:
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Mew relationships
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your chancc to shine In the
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hlful while they d a
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ne 21-Iuly 22): Bo
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satisfied if you an; thrown
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:plore. Columbus talk over
tact with people from v cry
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be fearful of changc, but It
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ent backgrounds llian youi
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meet someone who seetr
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action,
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possible candidate for a loi
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relationship, or arc thlnklr
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an orous kind. An existing
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n at your liie worts. You ma'
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a holiday party
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r
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acilvlty w ho c aLnn see
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success.
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no m atter how old . AQUAF
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flexible you bccomc. To rci
llsappear when you m eet
:ay, makes the heart age disa
goals, you moy need lo sttrich Alwcnce. they say,
one who plucks the suings of
pending som e time som eone
c n used in grow fonder. Sper
areas that have never becfi
lake a spccial rola- your heart.
hea You can start dilngs
possible,
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tlic past. Reach as far as pt
nprovc your health.
that impi
M ay 20): lionship seem1 all
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PISCE:
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fonder m om ents'
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sc
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all7£ a romance.
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23 ct.22):A llltle
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lhal m ust last a long
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gi
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:air, so do your l ^ t to bring a
inlheair,
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JACK RUSSELL
5 Purebred Chiistmas
pupplos. 1* shots. 6
weeks old S250-S275.
324-4767 or 3084478
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SHORT.
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dewclaws romovod. H
Cogo nood.sodod.
Weiimo. Bonutllui popIp1* shots, odorobto. H
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xl,
perfect extension to ■ ■
7314722.
plQs, well sociaJlzod,
inlormoiion, 73
■
rendy to join your (nmm(omily, 208-320-1828 ®
S ! * 9 ^ lE if ln
, 33 block. 3
cJnvwj tomovod, parZ'‘ UBRADOODLES
K
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& 1 yollow.
Qpis on silo. Dnd iiss . CKC fOg,. Fib pups,
MINI
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lust in umo (or Christ­
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•it
Bull
S350.
208-436-6827
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soo
Espl's
pups,
K
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or208-431-1576
konnol. Pupplos and
cross puppic
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208-7314639
yo, adults (or pot
young
------------------------------flood homo.. 33 (omokjs.
(
or brooding/show.
>4-6810
OOLDEN
RETRIEV2M-834-t
iV- LABRADOR
c ro ss
Spocioi
recession
Idy
pupa (61, great perfj_
f r e e puppies.
ics. W Bluo
ERS AKC rog. Ready
«iC0S. 208-436-1880
sonolliios. will hoU
P*''=
xick Hounds.
ds 2 males
fw*' ’ *^>3 & iowww.croom
0.
until Christmas, Call
•malo Coll
wormod. S250-S300.
724.
208-7314053,
20S-326-8505.
|___ dS a c h s^ n ^ .c o m |
208-6784724
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S169. Com <20-e350.
BEOpOOM
OHOUP
Beautiful all wood 7
ni<y ^ Mt. Dovetal
drawera. Brond now
U#t:S2S00, 860 S899,
CoJt20M20-6350. .
I .
BEDROOM SET 6 pc.
on brand new, stui In
boi^ Retail S8W aaorillceS4S0 420-6350
DENVER MATTRESS
w
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, £
S 2 7 » 0 « .,.3 1 K M a .
DINldQ
TABLE
eotf»ier height, with 6
chtira (brown tapestry
twck w/loather soots),
BJrch finbb wiblack.
$800/o(tor. 420-9886
m Radk)
WANTED Hom
ubes. vhCOLLECT
or^ca &
a lAa^li
ir. Don't
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glv I.
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Large coflocikin of
Design Concept, 19'
bose. yc
I llama.
wood working supw/Panthor 350 ong,
lendscap
i £ “ 5
fpaid.
pilos. 10’ radio! aim
Kodak |ol pump.
IStSJSm B W .
tJ S S S 364274
I
saw, routers, aanders.■ Cusiom bull for CA
08-7364601
• Tony aw-Beg-c
rtumorous toulor bits,
' „
'
Dopt of Wotor Ways.
I . no chocks ptoose.
pollet*. Show up I WANTED
473 hra. Immaculate.
idIteSupplyl64l
T o K rro w .
ultimate, wNto water
'lond Avo. E. and
«fvio 12' good
od cco«J.
' 0 ® ’® " ' ™
boal.S13.900.
^^ 4.
Minidoka Dam on tho
ot front counior
(or deial
Nonh side ol tho liv e.r..
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NATE ROORINQ WANTED
Sm
Snowmotw in FALLS Fri. Sat. I
xJeiedmytontnls,
b io s from the
Iho loto Sun B-6pm. QlganticQ 132 Yomoho 60hp factoiy jet. irailor. 36
70's-eariy '90'a
90 S. mn- yarc) gala. Now items.
q J J)ught
'I J 100 muchi
hours, trollng motor,
y S18.13 per bdi.
ning or not. 20
208436- Solo goos for 10 days!,t
depth finder, duck
209^
t0»89»4872
3931 Of 312-39
•3913
429 Locust SL
bM .S11.250.
rn BUY
(acrosa Irom
UO 7 6 2 hotM WANTED TO
I sot of 11225
Postoge stom
ns, brond now.
coins. Singles
1 col- TWIN FALLS
es or
^TERRY 7 9 Boss boot
4 covor, fJjorglasj. 2
Chevy 4x4 floi
lections.
Saturday oniy 9-3.1
«
,,
livo woUj, 25itp wilh
runs. 2-ropino
call 208-420-*
K>-9317
. Movlng^stato
solo.
.. ctoctric troUIng motor,
soddlos.
lies, ^b tld o s &
. MC Now lofrlgorotor. fur, Bitv
to ddowns. 1-hoad WANTED TO. 5Bl- - i
,, nth Iinder $2300. Also
2- tto
•’fw o. bods. TV's.
fl ggoidlng 14 yrs
Noval AvtaitorU ! C f
)t 15hp Qame Fisher
horao
m lK oH .noo«. Muat
submorino
s
;
short . shaft motor.
old. ll-cow
- a horsofllye
okf. 1-4 horse
patches, doct
'■ S1500.20843147S3
yrs old
10 nnodt uir. 4T of
and photos.Pou
I- ? 4 ^ 5
goose
2280 Stadium Blvd. _
-.904...
Must sell any ' pricas paid. Pai
-6391.
lonoblo oiler wll
0414 or 732-631
^
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bo refused. 208-
Sr
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T BALL QUN Uko
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Macnory Foam. As
> 9/w<
•5095anyllma
WANTED
jnning:
764746
seen on TV. HUGS
| , 7? ^
gbod/. NEWI S499. J l l t l l
J.S, Coin
420^63S0__________ PICKUP
I
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ColioCIianCC
coaE cTIAILER.OW.
TOR.SIIvofonc
OAK-TABLE Antique,
Call 208-316S350. Hall Tra* wflh
_ .S75.
W8-734-2613
--------------------mirror and storago ____f22:
bench, $95. Both in PINQPO
iPONQtabte.S70. 'XS.’ITEP,.,,,
. banorios.
osballtaWo.STO.
good cond. 734-3«43
Foosb
__
0#l
Orbostofler.
SLEIGH BED solid Q naiCh
II Christmas Gitisl
sout at
wood, brond new, still
call 2C
in box. Ust S699. s e l
Jotieitos.
L/AIR HOCKEY
Fully llconsoc
S248. 208-420-6350.
POOL/At
irotoct tho
TABLE
BO*.
insured 10 prott
.
........
TAI
I the way
iionow,S600.
bottottosalth
!l 208-837-6571.
tothoamelli
—
Cal i 206-733-C
33-0896.
UAIR HOCKEY
JLE Horvord. Ike
w M on-F,
I, a l accessories
>
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iJSTu'dw
uded. S275/oflor.
. S32 3
STOVE Whitfield WOEverdng
f<ngs. 734-8876.
„
[q al .
1, naturol gas. gold
UAIR HOCKEY
M C O ^G
trim , wfth a l piping.
FABLE, smoll,
'C i i i m T l i
:
5250.2QM10-2849
,JJB
konew .Sioo.
J U p im i
FURNACE
Upnow,
CM
I»
yi208.7y.0002
30 Go EUio
125.000 BTU; S100. T n J:T Kohler
T
bunorfly
Tmvolor. bran
irand now.
Q as log set. vent froe. “ ' " J ^
]plo rod.
I. OE built-in oven,
candy apple
O 0 S ? 1 0 0 % shut ofl.
weight capoci
SlOO. 40 gallon woler
f “ I. J Electric stove,
i.20»m
o.0396
Ib*.
rango
on
heater LP gas S50
»30-2O
2 0 $ -6 4 3 W t
TRANSJy
NSMISSION
flts
S 5 S ? * L ! MO-1384
im
Dodgo, S1000. 3
PELLET STOVE Whit3’81 Do
.
» l handicap can
824
0 . Oas golf cart
100.206439-3699
W m S ttK l
ka pellets tor $165.
SlOOO,
Call2C8-733-7S02.
2*,ontertoInmenl
BROMTNINQ
I CITORl
emer. DVDA/CR
625 over and undor
ombo. »poaJ«ers,
I 2 gageshoio
•oiflua Ader. Nike golf dubs.
Justable comb
imb. M ^ l
2084064330
X. With OWra
'
tm chokes.
Browning
X SYSTEM
WireXBOX
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. W S T w ?«ral good games
u ^t n '
aoveral
gun.
k id e d .lM e r.
o o w n s a u c tio n I
indud»
U788.1006.
2064394319
$1000.208-76
206
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I vand.
(208) 467-1712
igfield Rom
>mwr.d#itr«*au««neom
4aitlni Rem
CommltMIo
£1^
irl 6 SK8
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RokMding
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■WariHtuction
&^ppTttisaCs
^HA '03 Mountain
YAMAH
— • " a b w M M jB a
RUPERT
Fri. Dec. 12*, 6-5pm
=
& S o i Ooc.13*,&*2pm.'
Indoor Estate Sale,
709 17* Straat
BED,'1278 NNQ PILLOVn’OP MattrMS &
box. never slept o a
42(^6350.
r
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y, December
D
13,2008 E9 .
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pair/bfl
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cor trailer. 4
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ploco,
S300Q
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20
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loom obout tho stais —
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CHEVY ’04 Silverado
1500 LS. 0X1. cob.
73K mitos. wNto.
SaOOOJolfor. 731-7213.
^
Q t t y l t a f l e r s t i r e s (2) PP235/75R15
2a
S ^ ^ S I b S If l
’ ------- — . studded snow
anc , tiias
B
9
rims,
nearIGO TRAILER '06
with 5 hoto rli
ndlilon. $65.
'^Wolb
ills Cargo 6'XIO’ lynow condli
124-8736
I
Iko
now.
Call 208424iod
b i 7 CHEVY'07 Extended
^^42 0 4 2 2 8
TIRES P S^
L.oir.
5 J3
cab. 4x4, PW. PL.
ol
------ -CD, dvom e whed;
Viols. OODOE '06 Dokoia
iRMAC
TRAILER
y^lh
40S
trei
CHARI
Jock#
Good cob. SLT.
, endosed.
good 4 , $75 208-i
16',
•
Was $13,895. Now
condl'
Klltion. $3500 or or 326-6396
$11.967.1119012A
>t ofter. 410-2646
------------------bOSK
«C» CHeVHDLEI
- 7 TIRES Set 0
iUM^ n iD D L E K ^U F F
{ n mULMARK Tralera rims 6 tires ft
—
--------- IIONIM--------Fof«
Tacoma.
jrost RIvor on- nor
or
208-733-7700
208-783-3033»
^ osod snowmoblto $250/offer. •. 208461„aiu
26-6398
CHEVY 7 6 Scottsdato
dato
litor e'x26', drivo- 1866or326-i
•
Ciossfctru*.
$5750. ,
in.. drIvoHJut
Cl
aulmaik endosed
..1 0 0 4
I S
(
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l. i o n r n
I
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Nc
rostorod.
Partiallyr roi
$5000 or bo
M o tra H o i^ ' ^
CH FVV ??C3fim0
I
I
Cail 208-30
ID TRAILER New ------------------«R Y s
OAD
Wtt.onSt or r a
ono owner, clean
18'.'. 1heavy duty, with OMC ’79 M
4WD 65K
ondrunswoll,
nps, $2995.
Classic 4M
COACHMAN *99 37*
ramp
587 I
ttlodt.’ mint I '$2500.293-6667
im w A u to S a le s
mitos. blac
dtosol. Unv mitoago,
H am
=
Cond $600
exceitont
condllton.
a2084294000
CHEVY *96 SUvorad
"**®'
tols of extras. 206- TSTiT
4WD, 8 S dosol, mc
423-6066 or 420-6443 *"*^7
’ dl*5
'43
al fodory flat bed,
15'gooseneck, bw
MIUTARY JEEP
Jl
istored reospood, noods dutc
—
^ I profit
iflo flatbed, tandem
Needs losto
itfeTSr t r X
$2500 or trado I'
tai wfth beaver lail.
aonablo offoi
duol
iqulitosonly.
iivostock.
20842
'500.2064264301
Sorious InquI
S750
31-2193
8606or8694606
VILERWORKS '08
I H ^ S S S *
TRAIL
5 X 7 Ull bod. romps. [“ “ wANTi
NTED
n
MONACO '89 Dtosol
Used
wd onco. like now.
VEHICL
ICLESit
pusher, all updated
Qroa
o a t l o ^ e , cart.
soil> ourvJ
r vehtolo for
In 2005. You narrw
mow
**or. 50OO.
Immedi
it.il has it. $32,500.
2
CASHTC
13684040 or 837-48321
LLS CARGO‘00
Buying an
P l- CD. f tx k Bollo
ow Motor Trac 24'
makes and
Prfeol$6885.
SIERRA ‘96 fifth wheel.
aded. Only $8899.
1-800-574
2084244068a
14‘ power slkto out.
“ “f
Slodif
066602
_ _ _ _ _ _ 28118 Unooln, Jeron
tr-1 9 '
owning.
®
2084244900
V -X P IS fiP
$7900. Call 208-736- ---------£
S n u lle y l)^
8400or208-731-6030 WELL
L U CARGO
^ ^ -S e n w
____ _
)w 2 5 'V-Nose Auto
, .■ :-.g 0 6 -:v ^ r.,
Sport, $6,899.
IW w B g
Stock# 066620
------2064244900
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y e rt ir
908
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A TV c
A I V S
n iin *
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«5«SioiS
'
I
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CAMPER Black Raider.
Will fit 0 ■97-'04
Dodgo Dakota King
cob, comes with a foW
oul bod a room to
sioro ' stuff undor.
S600/offor. 388-6197
fe9 0 b . 2 9 3 4 6 ^ ^ '
i
I Mountain Max
wmobilo.$2500.
M 842 M 0 6 9
201
2811SSILincoln, Jeronw
-__,1
I
Crow ns'
$350/offor,
2084084229
SHELLS DodM
J« S !r S o v o r a i? ? J » d
^
■^cobs. crow cobs, r o ^ ^
Commando 650, s i ^
;} ^ o .a ,“
ular cobs, •B7-’06. Sell
5271
by skJo. 4 x 4 ^ > .p 6 2084314626
qutekA)rbosl oflor.
2C
208-312-1626
= ^ =
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iB E R
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SCRAMBLED WORD GAME
t Mik« Atgitlon and Jell Knuisk
f
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tour Jumblos,
Unscmmblo
th
0 oad) square,
r ordinary words-
AHA‘03RX1
itroko, tow mitos,
!
I 900 I
■
11
5 v s ,.“ ? . s
S25M/
r ^ s oKM^rUlMf
!
W
4^ s
DODGE'06 3500 Crow
cab: tong bod. diosol,
6 Spood manual,
ctolh. altoys. $24,660.
Stock! 60133167
f c O O H EV R QLETl
-
r 1I ^^rn.Lrl =
C h o c k u so u t®
.
M b tin ty d tt
= = ^ ^ ^ =—.
^
BIO DOQ '99. yoitow,
last. lO r , $14,000.v)'
Soo ol 226 Blueuo
Lakes. 208-733-0683 3
—
HARLEY DAVIDSON
W
Boctra OWo,to,
standard engine work,rk,
2 saddles, quick roroloaso bogs. Must sell,Ml.
s n .o o o or bost ofler.er.
206-721-7362
^ = = =
.I
S b
1000
Snow
Machines
•
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'^Ouo°^ 4 x 4 ^ T . 6 ■
yoor/BOK Powonrain ‘
rodo
warranty, Cummins, - j
PW - outo. powor W A ^ .
iotlom
cmlso.
Slock
#7G&501650CP
$25,889.
B
L m U Jl
lla r tk t. »*P • U I
mk
Call 206-7334778
i
LLS CARGO
JANUARY
<
1YQUN
H B E S I
c h e v y -88 SUverado
nv Road Force 12'.
AUCTIOI
Extended cab, 4i
889. Stodcf 087455
Taking consigr
S
S in e n ts
W DAVIDSON
CD. Runs, bul noo
#gnmems
PARLEY
tww.
2084244900
| i M
S
'07 Electra OIWo
r* * ---I
FORD'82
F
^
ld * J l o ^ c llo i
Classto. Porfoct
Iro n .
I dump bed
Hutch 731-.
ALUMA TRAILER
B llliU MIIlH IMIIHM I box. 7 JL
Chrtstmas o u t
“ " S U ” " " . *J ®” ™
" S
S
3 "
2-plocosnowmobBe
■ U| | j| | | M
riflo
$17,000to«er.
I
S ..I S !™ '
8AIGU>308iBo
:, ie
tow mies,
S m a ik r M f iw^ T i
traitor, drive onAJrivo
1. SSOOwfor.
nr best
« st offer.
Call 208-731-8313
I newrubbei
3ber. 1 own- ________
—
off, wont rust.
a ll2 0 ^ .2 0 4 1 ^
.^ctfia
.
•
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^
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1
only1Ieri.S2250. ~ ' ^ n
IAN Lowrey Jam208-733-U
H arm s A uto S a la s
WM
iOX 16' wfth
GRAIN BOX
ree. plays 6 songs SAKO T1KKA1
:a t o 3 ( ^
n D K f f i
206-829-6000
K Q
B E
harah
ho
hoist
and
its self, ta s every
Black syrtthali
ARCTIC CAT '06 M7
trurnam. Used very
n ^ , «■[ \n 1
B S
Ikies. $3,500.
■2515.
DODGE-01 Ram'2500
25(
..
162.1700 mltos.good
«
0 . like brand now.
$450,208-631
EXEMISE8IKE
'“ «•
HARLEY DAVIDSON
•N
condliion.
tots
of
acI
V
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w
d
Cab,
Cummi
mmhs
____ ^
Health Master. S20.
0 B
BUY
'79
Shovothead.
a.
cessortos,
$4400,
^
--------------------WANTED
TO
T.62K
AT. ft
O dds Oym worfcout
p ia n o
--------------------------'
windowa.•l tcS ;. « r
bor rifle.
must aoo to opprociNO
250 calbsr
.
..
20*
whoe
=
•■
208-7314274_______
rhoeis.
table. $65. Can 208tiieao
co oak spinet wfth
^ ill1
aiel S8800.
llT i
Toyo Tiros, S17,85<
>950.
6394070 or 034-4760
[»
HAULMARK'Ol
’ 'i
•'
shower stai.
su
$3600
208-3244069
bench. S550.
208423-434437
aoa-6394800
=L
Endosed25'
' A y la u p n ;
7364400or
Dor 731-603
a a n S U ncdn, Jsroi
TREADMILL
S iiiH S i5 S 5 »,
ATVAtodtraitor
—=
HONDA
'86
Shadow,
Elptiollquidationl
od.
with
lots
o(
extras,
AIRC
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T
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2
,
3
f
t'
cam
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Order
your
I
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500CC, runs good.
NNECT I S o u llc y ] |^ 5 r
U pto60%off.
aol
$5600.
now
owTO-Challaogar”
$i200toffer. Midwol
JKSSIFIEDS
WTH
i
Call 206431-3136
kit1 now
r
-31M796
208-320-2960
(for your mfg
*
pays to read the
.
ot numbor). Contact
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1400. tooks rough.
for any errors
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day of publtoatton
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197
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$3200.
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developing = =
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Friday.
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6-2.
dirt
bike,
new
pipe.
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CHEVY *02
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furnitura.
cab
cabinets, ol
d d ere boots, helmet.
tor great p
traya. Too many other
= =
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1 Ut. 4x4. tires DODGE *04 4x4.4
d
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FOR SALE m aes.tltlU
things to Is). $635.
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factory racing eng. WELLS CARGO
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long bed. dtoseL
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$i850/of(or 7884831
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speed. 28K m les, i
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600. Tuibo 400 t t *
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208-781
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of extras, low hours.
R1500
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ig box.
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K. 12th and
S2200.208408-6634
34
Mountain Maxx 700.
tnders, hoods, lighit.
JEWELRY Womens orw
^ ^ ^ ■ 1
green. 36K ml:
irins.
mlm
rs.
radaKnigwand Pondant 14 cai
c a ra t gold bezel
loam-som.
n ' ^ n t ^ / YAMAHA '03 TTR50
$20.000.368-0442
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srs.
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lu e sta r M p p h ^e
outdoor w
&
$295. M era blue
estate salel
with etodric start, kids
■arts, etc. 734-7090 ■
10.4X4.
DODGE *06 3500,
4
n Ss i k s wfth bice. $600. call 208ring, yelow g d d with 2: sm
srr aa d a m o n d s.
2 cast iron
De (Crew 2500
white, SLT. Qu
643-6862 or 7314812
ack sta r sapphire
bathtub &tdlet.Wbod
ton
IRTS FOR SALE CHEVY *06
size 10 $150. Mens black
Call 731-2496
PAR
jr«nax desel,
tong box. desel.
tU d
diam onds, size
burning sto*
‘raiwnisatons.
trans4x4.
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160K mitos, S16.S
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parts, axtoa,
wheela,
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880.
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stods w/lot» of oxtma,
^t e 208-784-7090
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great cond. $3000 ea. J Z
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quia diamond center stone
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RES (2) Cooper
C am eo
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M iStTMl
pendant or pin 14 carat
stod. S900. CaO 2082M
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or bost of. 206-7344087 or
12084164269.
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DODOEWRamlSOO Reg cab. 4x4. 4.7L
V6, tow pkg. aitoy .
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$14,878.
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XLT Quad Cab 4x4,
HemI, tonneau covor
led. 2.100 mi $29,000 .
sliil sm ells new
3244647 or 3084964
:
cab. towered. 5 2 V 6 .'-'
AM/FM. CD changor,-. •
custom whools. body •
l |^ S ^ # 3 0 5 3 C
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208-737-1200
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FORD ‘01 F-150 Su-
; » r ?TT;S.fc"o"
76K mitos. w ry n f c e -■
cond. ody $12,900.
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275 S. Idaho St..
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Extended cab, flarosUe. AT. 4x4. CD.
$9485.
206-3244069
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cab. 4x4. Powor•«>•» dtosel, AT, ti«
,
power, 120K ntfoa. ••'
immactiato $10,800.
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campofioody,
113KmII«s,S9500.
208-404-etZ2
FORD *02 F-350 Crew
' Cob. XLT.Urial, 4x4.
Powerstroke, S7K mL
$17,000.731.4043
)D '95 Raider. 4x4,
FORD’
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CC, S
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7 4 F2SQ 300
ortgirw, AT, 4x4, diemond plated tool box.
roof mouniod spot
lights. $2200Ajffof.
ID ^
FORD 7 6 1 ton pickup,
100,300 mika, 7W 2'
bed, medium-heavy
,
lin goto. S3400 firm.
(Htondod cab, 4WD,
20»43fr<009
dkuet, S999l.'Siock# .
57ai31A
IFORD ‘09 Oos engine
w/utllly bod. Qreal
cond. S ee In Burley.
$2000.436-027.6746
20e-738-2480
mm
T
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W IK te
8UICK‘02
.
Rendetvous CXL, AT,
T,
toaded, leaifwr, CO,
S'
suniool, AWO, $8900
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2004244000
20118 U nooia Jerome
,o u t e
v(i*yAffl
(L |cab, SLE, Z71 L - m — —
^
PW. PL. low
oka.
S n u U e y i^ ^ ^ r s
S$1
cond.
>nd. 6 4 3 ^ 0
I
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33000 V6,
. 2WD. 5 speed
eed trans- ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ >
mission. CO,
$2
>,$2995.
CHEVROLET'09 Suth
|M |
200-324400
4009
Uftan. leather, heated
■■■*
In, Jerom e
m i s , PL, PW, AC.
CO & casaette, Xtcti
ir o ja re
trade, omy$5950.
r,
,
g m
BHH
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m l^ M
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m
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K
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idedl $29,665.
200-3244009
18 Unooln, Jerome
•«1 cab. va, AT. AC,
CD. ful power, one
ewnor. S6900.
Cell 2894607
FORD‘96F.160Ed(Bo
Bauer. 5 spd, PW/PU
68K (ottgirtal) mBes,
short bod, S7950.
200-324-0000
20118
Unooln, Jerom e
:
TTo-,
QMC'I
C 07 u.
M ton pickup,
, ^ S spd, 2 ^VII
tort box, runs good.
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short
s
*^324406
200-420-4390:------ a o tlS Uncoln, J
C '89 S15 Pidcup
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S n u lle y M o l
FORD ■95 F-ISO, 4x4.
-3 oJ odw «ktrudil
_____
^
AT, Eddie Baoer Edi- • °°°,
$650
(km.
n s ^ s m
Ilon. veiy d e an & ox'
2004204204
.tr« set o( tire*. $ 5 W . — g
FORD *06 F-350
oxt cab, 4x4, PoW'
ofsifOkodoieI.AT,
AC. ful power, CD,
I
aluminum bn«h - • 1
guard, one owrwr,
I
FORD'»6F-260XLT.
69KoctualmHes.
I
Ext Cab. Powerstroke
Immaculate.
d ^ . 5 speed, 4x4,
$17,500.2634567
Sn iillc y fl^^ ^^ JT S
FORD-0« F-150 4x4,
v a AT, AC, full pow­
er, CD, one owtw,
nico truck, S9,900.
208-283-6607
l^ ^ ^ a g e a i
Sc W S S oT m T
' X'/utllty
,
bed, v a , 4
^ iItoS,S3900.
200.293-6687
FORD ‘97 F-250 MT.
4x4, VS, AC, OOK aclual m ies, one owner,
long bed, 4x4, leather,
ir,
well
maintained
sunroof, ono owner,
$3600.208-293-6687
super dean $33,699.
FORD '97 F1S0 4x4,
Stock* 7EA3569a
J,
U rlat, leather. 6 disc
n
CD changer, low mL
J
Drives exc. $4,500.
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Fror
sed. 2WD,
XE, S speed,
e x t-c ab , tow pkg.,
29Kmles,$99!
208-32440«
20llS U rK oln,J
SmalleyJjW
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Inss I i S d
'$15,499
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$5,500.
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rOYOTA '09 4Runner
JE E P'07U beny4x4,
5 speed. V6. tots of
8 year/BOK Powor- J extros.
l
$3200 or best
train worranty, auto, TOY
Offer. 20e-731462e.
power W/UM, cmlse,
5 ,
‘99 Land
2 to choose Irom, rOYOTA
ext
Cruiser, )wrfect wlnler
$13,999.
off<
SUV, super charger
and ol tho extras.
Now tires, brakes, and
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tuno-up, Bargain at
$16,000. Hard to firxl.
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20
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$9,000.
490.11
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m
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runs, newer Ures, EPI,
5 speed, siralght axlo,
SlSOO/olfer. 300.7170
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LowmllsiV
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200.731-2730
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$8950.
AWO, auto, 3* seal.
H w m o A u to S i I m«"* OMC -01 Yukon XL ■CD, cruise, slodc
#781174320 $12,669
154.000 mies, cue- SUZ
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