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nli IniiliiJ .(jdiiit tin Hlhi«iki
ib Sammy Sosa h lu hit 62nd home
In Chicago Sut
Sunday.
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S c ai e n t i s t s p u b ll i s h
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buhl -
&
Upset Saturday: J oo ss tt t w o
weeks into the coUej
ball season, and San
-aturday’s
losses have a few nai
nadonal
title favorites wonde
, d ^ i f
thQr’re'eveninthen
-ru n n m g
anymore.
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& F ashion
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SK'JS
AUSTAEVEr
'E N T
Awesome Aussie:: PFaa t r i c k
Rafter knocked off(
iff c o u n tr y niM Mark Philippoi
win the men% single
at the U.S. Open.
IPace
r a f i o uDl
x
.
• S h e w as in h e r la te
iiops 2 0 , when she was
1 gravel bank along the
'c r, ju s t north o f Bnhl
[ more than 10
10.000 years ago.
a m odest burial site; in
vcre found a stone tool,
die, two picces of bone
Dve t)pcn a hairpin and
a badger bacul
iculum.
.
: w as u n c o v ere d by
chance in 198
more than 1989,
5,0 the skeleton was
5.000 years older than
th e pyram ids
id s in E gypt - th a t’s
>00 human generadons.
of the best preserved
“paleo-skdcK
ictons”
ever found in
NorthAmerica
ica.
of sdcndsts, induding
t h c H e r r e t tand
c G ene litm u s of
S c ie n c e s :acC en ter for A rts and
a t th e CoUege o f
south ern Idahi
laho,
re p o rto n th e a i has completed a
an d cnt bones.
H iis find 3Is!
is significant, n ot just
for Idaho butf(
It for ardiedogy in all
of N o rth Amc
m
litm u s said in ae ric a. W oods a n d
inareoentinterview.
"Hie re p o rt."
P a le o in d ia nt, **nie Buhl BuiiaL A
n W om an From
S o u th em Idahi
!aho,” was published
recently in An:
th e jo u r n a l
American Aj^u r f h r s . » ;
chaeclogy.
T he sk eletor
“sig n ific a n tton
n has contributed
t n e w in fo rm a tio n
about subsister
tence, dietary stress
and d ie phydcai
pie during this
reportnotes.
D stfa D/I
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CTION
S e c t i o n by sect
Section A
.
uXds Brawftra
N e llis B u rk h a
:h a rt o f th e Buhl
H ighw ay D istri
b o n e in th e itn
s a c t found a t h i ^
sc reen o f th e rock
e d istrict gravel p it
H e to o k anIceRiver.
ii
1
in te re st, an d th e
next day his wif
wife, Loretta, called
the H d r e n Cent*
The highway d
su sp en d ^
w o rk to allo w t
work. But d ie »gnarcjiM lo g lsts to
depodm i by
B onnevillegravel
1
le M ood was cium -
}. "nic
bling.
T bones diskxlged by the
i-end loader were turned over
front-en
w hen thoy
to thlee archeologists
i
e d to
a rrived
i examine the site,
lyllis Oppenheim, carato r at
le n e tt Center, noticed a v*ite
in dthe gravel bank near where
spot in
tC o tth
h oe r bones had b c « found. It
I tooth
in the knver jaw.
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H ouse v o tes a
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fo rm a l
im im p e a c h m e
Peachm ent
nent inquiry
in q u iry ,
it
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would n o t nec*
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, WASHINGTO^
ON — T he House
th e sc o p e to
o f Representative
■ S ta rr’s review
ivesisincreadngly
U k e ly to v o te
■ o f C lin to n ’s
te f o r a fo rm a l
IH K f
I Cfciton
sexual relation­
sh ip w ith Ms.
sa id S u n d ay , a s
J t s ? V '? '
L e w inisskk y a n d h is a tte m p ts to
ra tch et u p die "po:
t.underoatlL
confronting Presid
e
a
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these
offldals
said, the
Tbeassessnentc
tc a m e a s s e le ^
H o u s es JJu d ic ia r y C o m m itte e
l&wmaken and naid
.b ee em pow ered to ra n g e
a W w ^ ta d iird
tn J g h t.b
dOT reviewing ind.
other issues, from
counover n umenDus
ta a
s e l K e n n e ^ t an idependent
r
w ater
W hitow
at to Clinton's involve*
d im o a end M in.ia
m e n t in c
«s th e d ia l n n lica
a n I^iin sk y , end
a n o f th
o H o u se
fu hd-rslki
4MOCO.
JtuUd&iy
Coinmin
A ttom
m eey General J a n e t R eno .
so n a lly b e lie v eJ st ^ s a i d t e p c r ^
adfastlyreJusedK
) appoint .,
M j ^ ea c h m e n t
hasffffa
df
hearings a re warzBC
m eodent counsel to review
**I m ust say I do
ig n fund-raising, b u t tfae
do, b u t I w ant to c a j a p S m
h e a r &om everyor
e o n tto c o m . J u s d w eE D e p a rtm e n t h a s b e e n
m ltte e .” sa idjoHn ei
tin g fta own investigation,
ie n r y H yde, th e conductinj
Illinois RepublJcai
sup i^ llc a n com m ittees in
I s i o c h a r u o f t h ecan
c whose panel a n d R e psss
lecase.
'C o n « r e n h av e investigated th e Republicans, sp<
■r m ore tban a year.
» peakingon c o n - ■ is s u e fo rm
H ouse o f R
R eps
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More on Sosa ,- D l
Back spasm s plague
le
McGwire-D 3
ers in
hiSosa, who has four h(iini;r-i
his last th ree-eam cs. was in S«i.-..............
lc
Louis
on Tuesday when McGmi
Gn-irc
hii his 62nd homer, iirciikinj;
hit
lg tl
Ihe
record Roger Maris set in 1%
1,
K51,
T h e h o m e rs d ro p p ctl lia
Halih e
p
,
Rutli into fiiNfilii^Uui-.^nii IU sinbIi
g le-seasoii list. lUiili hit
C
il 60
homers
in 1927, a mark ihat stood
stixi
r_. 34 years.
for
^
A few hours latur, McGwire
-c lui
k'ft
th, St. Louis C a rd in a ls’ Kam
[he
i;ame
nc in st th e Mousioii A.stros
iga
o
•>a on
gu
sundoy night because of inino
ninor
hn, spasms.
jack
»
McGwire,
who
hasn't
liomerei
lered
sin
;mce getting No. G2 on Tuesdir
;sday
nis
light, left th e gam e a fte r four
fou'
jnu
m
ungs
as
a
precam
ionary
mua
muasur
ure, the Cardinals said. He is
is 11-fnr
or-14 since cwiiieciing off Stev(
>teve
Xrs
'rachsel to break Koger Maris
laris'
mn
nark, going h o n ierless in fiv
fivie '
gan
ames.
.For moro Inlomialion on ihoI
Society for Amorican
Archaoology.
Go to
http:/Avww.moglcvolloy.com
am
and click on iho NowsLink icon.
n.
have
k'e been a knife n r a spear (xiint.
int.
d when tlie loose f^^vel nciu-hy
■hy
wass screened, th e hone needle,
lie,
r pin and baculiim turned up.
rhe n e ed le w as 1 1/4 inches
ICS
long,
lg, a little m ore than one six;ixteent
n th of a n inch thick, with an
: a little less than a millimeter
ler
dii
d iam eter - th a t’s about the
he
thida
Jmess of a paperclip,
h e bone needle changed ideas
as
about
ut the dothing people wore at
time. Woods said, n i e needle
Uc
or
of a type that could bc used for
sewin
in g tailored leatlier d o thing
1 a thin thread probably made
of sine
new or twisted sinew, hc said,
he badger baculum , several
al
ies long, m ay hove been an
m
intent]
ritional grave offering. A bacuulum is a bone in the pelvic region
in
in som
ime animals. No other badger
ir
bones
a were found; “... there is no
10
! a s to w h at it m ig h t have
’e
meant
nt to this woman or to the peo0who placed it in h er grave,”
the stu
tudy conduded.
n n , Jbn Woods, risht. diractor
f
CX
ire
Lying beneatli tJie cnmium was
ras
0 stc
itemmed stone tool thut may
lay
«»«
of tha K em tt Cantor bl IW n
®
Faftt,
and retearch u s o d a te .
F*
Qene
Qei TKmus aro amons t d ^
tl*ts
tisi wbo fbJdM a morMhan-^
.OOOiroaroW tkoloton found In
Bnhllnl989.
Right, Horrstt Center curator
"1Phytlla Oppenhoim carofuOy
•cfapet
the dlit from anclont
«
human
bonot found bl a BuM
hi
^ Crav«lprtlnlS89.
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u is
e l e t o n S t u d y7
j r y»iairai
8^-sLinks
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u h l sk €
l
:lent bones
^ IL '
Thie archeologists recove
jaw and tb e infaa- nunhitr
with several ribs and mosi
r l Impp e a c h ml e n t o r censure
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AGO - Not so fost, Mark.
Siammin*
n ‘ Sam m y m ay win th e
ra c e fo r th
tl e hom e ru n rec o rd
ofter alJ.
ly S osa tie d M ark
e.on Sunday, connecting
g a in s t th e M ilw a u k e e
to raise his total to 6 1
nbclicvablc. It was someat even I can’t believe I
lg," Soso said following
is’ d ra m a tic 1 1 - 1 0 . 1 0 m. “It o m happen to t»o
ilark and L’
lo m ere d o ff B ronsw ell
n th e fifth inning, send1 pitch 480 feet into the
hind th e left-fidd fence
y Field. Sosa h it anotlier
h o m er in th e n in th , a
off Eric Plunk.
os he sat in the dugout
trium phant tour around
, Sosa came out for three
Sam mIycurtain calls a s fans litMcGwire.
01d while standing and
fid
tw ice ag
ai
“Sam-meel
Sam m -m eer
Brewers to
r
Jasfedsixm
inutes.
"It’s unbc
thing th at <
was doing,''
th e C u b s’ I
■ inn h ig w in .'
people. Marl
Sosa hotr
Patrick in tJ
ing an 0-1 p;
sutjct bchin
at Wrigley F
480-foot ho
solo shot off
Crying os
after liis trit
the bases, So
emotional cu
tcred the f id
chanting
I h e delay Jas
M B H tj
nd ev en tu ally they
st of the bones from
teton.
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sl«te paric organize
n iz e r s a r e
refocusing their an
a tte n tio n
on Hannon Park.c.
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Most American!
believe Clinton
should bc censu
IluW iililntlniPcti
W A S H IN G T O N -A n n
o f A m e ric a n s n ow bc
wered the
President Clinton probably
Him, along
th e law and should b e cen
lo s to fth e
b u t n o t fo rc e d from offit
lying ab o u t h is sexual rel
ship w ith fo rm e r W h ite I
in te r n M o n ic a S. LewJi
according to a new Washii
Post survey.
A t t h e s a m e tim e , th e
found th a t m ost A m ^ c a m
ttnue to praise CUnton’s ste
ship of th e nation’s eaw nm :
th e o v e ra ll jo b h e U doii
p resident— even as dxe^ in<
I n d y q u e s tio n h is p eSrU
t Ic Q
b e h a v io r a n d ex p re ss gro
doubts about his long-term
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Please see COttURE,bPie ^ v e
My broke
» w u ^
“ Ice fo r
relatiorh
r
•
e H ouse
w in sk y ,
shington
e?
ns
cause they w ere so well pre>
sd. Woods a t first thouglit thee
served,
bonesv
s w ere recent.
ButIt th e sto n e tool foundd
b eneat
a th the cranium convinccdd
Titmus,
us, a H errett C enter researchII
assoda
ia te , that this grave was farr
o l d err - a t le a st 7,000 o r 8,000)
. This type of stemmed pointt
ninm on in the G reat Basin1
10 ,000
0 jyears ago, he said.
P
P)ease
see SKELETON, Page A2t
;
sing homess don’t
in w ell forecriminals
IP fM ___________ The e
TON ^ ^
_
udjtorsTiave found
U.S. nursing homes
lificant am ount of
J h a v e c rim in a l
fMlac
' v ertebrae, an0d a<ssu ra n c e th a t
1 sota f f w ho could
recovered m ost
K id e n ts a tris k a re
the upper skeletQ
y id e n tifie d a n d
D em p lo y m e n t,”
to r g eneral of die
J u m a n S e rv ic e s
une Gibbs Brown.
IS p re p a re d fo r a
ng o f th e S e n a te
ttee on Aging.
» rd s, Roverrunent
The AtsodatediuPnc te d c rim in a l
:h e c k s o n 1 ,0 0 0
W A SH IN G TC
e ig h t r a n d o m ly
Government a'udi
ry la n d n u rs in g
evidence that U.S
o u n d th a t 5 per*
employ a sim )rk
ifice rs h a d b e e n
w o rk e rs w hoc rim
h e s “ w h ic h
records,
incem over their
“T h e re is no
th eo re p o n said.
n u rsin g h o m e s t
place elderly reisid
s y ste m a tic a lly ii
e x c lu d e d fro m e
said the inspector
H e a lth a n d HWuiu
Departm ent. June
Nursi
screer
: em ployees in d u d ed nurs1 nurses aides, food service
“ S :rs, housekcepurs and mainten a nice
ci w o rk e rs. A m ong th e
crimes5 they
t
had committed were
assault,
i
t, child
abuse, robbery witli
a deadly
lly weapon and illegal drug
sales.
The inspector
ir
general's report
n o t ^ similar
sii
findings in Illinois,
th e only
Jy state th a t h a s done its
own crin
oiminal background checks
of currei
y n t nursing home employees. Aft*
fter 21,000 checks, Illinois
found about
ab
5 percent o f workers
w ere coi
ronvicted crim inals. Most
have bee
een fired.
A ging
lg c o m m itte e c h a irm a n
Sen. Chi
h a rle s G rassley, R-Iowa,
s a id Coi
Congress is c o n s id e rin g
“op tionns: f o r a n a tio n a l back*
gro u n dddied c network.”
Sen. HHerb Kohl, D-Wisc., said,
“It is Jus
u t too easy for criminals
to find; w
v ork in n u rsin g hom es
w h e re th
tl e y c o n tin u e to p re y
upon vu^
Jnera b le patients.”
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Today
T
T lJ O s d o y
W ack
« fc r
ish; 79
Low; 39
o n ly tunny foilowing
ilch y m ornlno fog,
« lly junny on Tuciday
ilh highs 75 80.
87
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gh: ea
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1^88
Sonny.
■nny-
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Partly clo
:lt^ w « h a
chancedfi
xihawers.
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BZ 57
79
n
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DMiimni
86'
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Low: 39
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chy morning fes. MoMly
m y on Tuesday wiih
hs oround 60.
77
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c tiw a i
Low: 53
m y and warnt. M o s l l y -------m y on Tuesday wlln
o i« i*
hi in the mid 60s.
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Noritiem Utah
c -78
low iSO
ly Wllh paichy morning
Clear tonighl. Mostly
Y Tixsdjy with Wghs in
>wcr80s.
itwiowo
Northern Nevodc
Id a
^ ^ 1
TS
c 89
Low; 55
ny with winds 5 loS
I. Sunny on Tuesday
highs in Ihc i^jpcf 80s.
I I M ff il
■ •■ iiii
Indec 6^
Imodcralc)
Bumtime:
30 minutes
Forest lands: No (vpon
available fbr today.
Ranee lands: No report
available for loday.
■h
Tunetolhe
he Nadorul W oaherSciva-«k>hn
Iraoneiadd
ddre»sfarklthoTqnyucu iijiDt|»«
ptonsrioBdcqanvi;:
4 ^
Idaho: Thc an:a of low^pressurethat
p
CDvefcd
most of eastern Idaho on1 Salurday
S
m o « d hao
Wyoming on Sunday. That
Ht b r o o ^ dccnsasing
clouds to eastern Idaho, w
t the remainder ol
white
_
Ihc state enjoyed mostly su
sunrty skies.
H
A ridge of high pressuree V
will be over thc C sn
stale for the fir« part of th
thc week and a drier
Somettod.
today 7:50 p.m.
and warmer airmass will ao
K c o r ^ n y this rkige.
Sunrisetoc
tomorraw 7:16 a.m.
This will bring mostly
liaurphas
tly sunny skies a n d
h a s c Last qairtcr, ScpL 13; new. Sepl.,
■ warmer temperatures to most
m
20;fir«qu;
of the state far
quartcf, S c ^ 28; full, O tt 5.
Ihc first part of the wedc.. Thc
Ti next dungew ill
occur toward mid-week when
w
a system from
RyboiKICS 1 ^ ^
n
CENTER, H
I o u sto n
( A » ^ They duck ihrou
irough port/ m slffSOt
werthan A m andI don'/'bboa u J th e s o fn e iS n a io m
h o les in th c sp a c e shu:
ih u ttle . H c
they&endalI.^Am,i
•u, o th e r '
crawls. They wriggle inn ai
and out of
•
th e ir b u lk y flig h t ssuu its . H e
squirms.
No doubt about it, Joh
John Glenn
-John Gleam
is creakier than the sixt astronauts
os
. -i— r- — h----sticks in Ws lICi
e ^ b in d s forwartl,;‘<T'>'.
w ho w ill acc o m p a n yy h im in to
guys iue d l » bopped
pokes his head
orbit next month.
:a d a n d arms through - ’ u b on\bting
oa'
com puter geeks,”
>
“I’m slo w er th an th
ei a n d I
Jiem
oppropriat
i a t e holes, and th e a
G lenn
<
nn confides
following a NASA
A
dire c tio n s
uses a hooked
don’t b e n d th c sam e dii
id wv and to zip himself
compui
iputer doss. ‘'And me, Ptn stiD
“
e ith e r,”
up the back.. TT«
they b en d all the timle,
e, <
o g et out, tbe preta tthhe
e ee^Qoil staec.”
sss is reversed.
“Tm
observes Glenn, who aatt 777 is old
icl-Iike process
rm up to
on wbat I haw
“He’s 77 so
1 not as flexible
en o u g h to be th e ir ffaatlth e r a n d
0 he’s
to do,"
lo," he adds hastily. “But you
«
as you o r 1,”’ G lenn’s 42-ycar-old
; then some.
asked
i
ed about
vriiat the greatest dif"I found that out ju 5t
st ccrawling
com m ander,, AAir F o rce Lt. Col. - ferencc
ncc was, and the greatest dififng. W here
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leg work by tb e Ease
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steps to take,
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if any, w ith respect to
to tiie
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Lady,” the repc
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Hillary Rod
lodham Clinton’s law
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rs in
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tl presi3f tiie
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crim in a l
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at
during the move to
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leath on M arch 8.
isolatioi
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to ld ggu
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hts regular cellI to
to “T h e H ole" a s
“voiccd
cd no complainis regarding
piniishxncn* fcr• fai
failing lo provide
his heall
jalth o r medical stale,” the
a urine sample for
fo ra d ru g tc s L H e
re p o rts;
t said. H e never asked for
had complained
e d p re v io u sly o f
medicati
ation, the rep o n said.
being unable to►provide
pr
urine fo r
McDoi
D ougal a p p e a re d “ a le rt,
«*ruBtests because
u se o fd ic m c d ic a .
wdl-oriei
riented and absent any visitioos b e took for
«• aa variety of ail.
ble sign;
NEW YORK (AP) — nThe W eb
rial was so offen!
cnsive,’'sbesxkL
page of H ie New York Tic
rimes was .
The T im es c«a« * * te d the FBI.
h a c k e d S u n d a y m ornin
img by a
shesaid.
g ro u p su p p o rtin g im pp rriso n e d
In a m ish m
maash of creativ e
hacker Kevin MitnTck.
spdling an d vagi
ague threats posted
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ine page • on a black b atdcground,
dt
a Stnup
had been altered a t 75 0 aj
ajn., and
calling itse lf H
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HFG,
or “H addag
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wn to b c
fo r G irlie s," ri(
ndiculed
several
repaired, said Nancy Nie
lielsen, a
m c m b c rso ftheHmesstafC.
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Tmies spokeswoman. “UTie
m mateIt to o k s p ec
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re p o>Ortcr
n
J o h n M arkoff, who>
wrote
>te -T akcD ow n,- a bookc
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coorio
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fraudidcdiarses, whose imptisoD-I
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celelre
Ire io tfae b a d z r c t a m n i ^ . !
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iigal’s h c a n medin the cell”
cel and found him on the
ica tio n bccausc
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therc p o rtsa id . ^
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im m ovable barrier.
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a c d d e n ts that
hat would n ot other*
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unveiled Mont
onday would require
a i r b a g s to1 ppa s s s a f e ty te s ts
using crash dimunies
du
of all
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voices rare
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defense.
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h- la rg d y ap p red aton’s defense of affirma- '
U vcacdon,
on, the minority appointI his cabinet, h ^ national
in OQ race, and his seemamong black constituen^ iy
don’t sec any eqtuilly
etteclive ladvocates
i
in th e politicalarcna.
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k the’s given black peoP l ' o t c i tte
t c r c h a n c c th a n m ost
s," said the Rev. Wesley
o f th e U n io n W esley
.
on Church here.
1. p o lls h a v e re v e a le d
blacks
ks have a considerably
view of Clinton and his
>™ »blesih=
than w hites. A rc c c n t
s/New Y ork Times poll
show edthat
lat 60 p ercent o f blacks
th in k Clinto
Iton is “m ore honest"
thanm ostpol
politicians.
h a re been a forgeltal
tta b lc , lowspeed fender-bender.
e r . In ste a d ,
Robert Sanders carried
ied his dying
daughter from the m
muinivan h c
had been driving after
e r aa n a ir b a g
bad slammed her uncoQ!
Mosdous.
Monday, thanks in
in ni o sm all
m easure to S anders’
rs’ d o g g e d .
painful crusade to prer
re v e m s u c h
trag ed ies from happ«
p p e n in g to
o th e rs , th e Transpo
s p o r t a t io n
Department plans toa an
aj n o u n ce
a rule designed to assi
w u r e th a t
air bags are safe for dd nnld re n a s
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T IR A N AI,. JA lbania (AP) —
f e s t e r s ^angry o w r the kiffing
(d a n o p p o zs tu
tm leader set fire to
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m:ain goT em nent
b u ild in g Suo<
unday and sent tb e
p rim e m in isie
isier aod his Cabinet
fleeing in a faaOorguniire.
bail
O ne protesti
ester was killed and
f o u r o f Prim
e U in iste r Faios
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Nana'S g uards
nds were wounded as
nd p o t o trvied pjof i,c .c io o d s ooff smoke fnm bumlag
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thecaiNtaL
Opposition
k
n leader
Saii Berisfaa
followers to rem ain
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calm u n til U
a
Monday's
funeral o f
p o p u to -p o luuicianAaemilajdarz,
id
3S, w h o wras
as shot to d e a th
S a tu rd a y inI front
fn
of opposition
Dem ocratic Party beadquarters.
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S o c ia list P airty
rt: for tbe killing
and w arned fain
him to l e s i ^ within
24 h o u rs o r fa<
facc “catasirpphic
s .” Besisfaa'S fcAmers, some o f tl
them weepini; in
grief, chanted
ted *kiU. k ill, kiU
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LU CK N O W . I n d ia (A P ) —
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wia
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o f n o rth e r n ao<
a n d e a s te rn In d ia
have killed asXle
least 2 J0 2 people.
a n d o ffic ia ls: sa
said S u nday th e y
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w w M gihigfaer.
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tb e latfae
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Invn!
a Serbia, tb e main republic of
Yogns
IDslaria. Tfae rebels m aintain
» » »auaries
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in nortfaem Albania,
Tbe
he U.S. E m bassy in T ira nla
a
ttrged
ed A lb anians to “p u t downn
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i eapnty cease thn a ten in«g
violen
ence an d pu rsu e legitim atee
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locratic a n d legal m eans lo0
dealw
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faave died siiKe th ee
n u jo
w rm e n in th e sta te — th ee
Gange:
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ed tfaeir hanlr^ awH flooded1
tfaekM
Dw^jing fertife plains.
Now,
IW, ofBdals and relief volun-Ite e rs; axre b radng to
an outbreak
c
kofcSsease.
“Peo
Wpfc a re drinking th e sam ei
w ater
t
r they
a re bathing an d washi n e dd co t h u in . No insecticidess
h a r e been
b
sprayed on th e stagtt
watcTS." said stale officialI
StMcod
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Reformi
ners defame nc
lew regime
ascomn
ununist; Primalikov says no
MOSCOW (AP;
A P ) - iw .to a o e
advocates o f free
reemarket rdbnns
a s s a ile d R u ssia
s ia's new governm e n t S u n d a yr as
a: a commnnist
re v iv a l, b n t Prim
Pi
e M inister
Yevseny Prsnala
laknv defended his
team a a d insiaec
aeditisde< & ated
toecooucuc re fo r
nnty of tfae coarse
n be goarantecd,*
id in a television
first since
. lie said commaibinet wouki work
Tunent, not tfaeir
as appointed after
» Paitydummated
ta m e d down
[emier. who was
j BmLeftToRi;
>Right Sean, Bob and Tony
ts w hich sw ept th is country
ry
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st
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in com
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Beris
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mrir.
nooal hi{^iway with barricades
les
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po(ia
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south
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fbe violence raised fears o fFa
a
>eat o f Ihe 1997 nationw ide
dc
S ta te
B ank
c h ie f w hose
p re v io u s
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fcowntnic troub le w as to
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money.
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a p p o in tm e n ts
h a v e e n ra g e d
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1 a d i n g a d v o c a te s o f
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m arkei
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s
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sa
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th e co u n try
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e rsin g course,
e Communist Party is th e
aing p arty now,“ sa id fore p ily Prim e Minister Boris
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nr.
rtz, _
re m a rk s w ere echoed by
T P rim e M in iste r Y egor
Caklar..
r, a n s id e ic d tb e architect
ofRnssia
sia'is m arket reftvms.
d a r w as q u o te d b y th e
a news agency as spying it
SI
a rd to s ay how lo n g th e
^ iah k C ib h w .
•om ic o fiid il in
C ib in c l, Y ori
m e n t o f c o m m unists"
4 3 Jm
"take
to “ destroy t^Vnwnr<
o t « fre
re e -m a rk e t e conom y in
R ra ii-
central piarniing
; new head of tfae
s a fo m er Soviet
ttoL*
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lakoT insisted that would
nocbeth
tbe case.
Fortmiaidiy.” h e added, “it
i r t h a t i t w ill s u r e ly do
in bank readya o resolve
lustsurvivois’’claims
o f re fo n n s w in b
P rim a k o v s a id i
interview , h iststria
fir (AP) — A
office F rid a y .bank
Hi said Sonday
nists in h is C a‘ ^xmprebettaTe
in
lazi^ra
past m d
fo r th e gOTcnuB
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p a ty .
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P re s id e n t Boris
cfaoaoe fo r prim e E
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made
warmly w ekamstattment
ed
y aBreemem.tfae
n is ts , w b o w ill
im ponam T okealks
in w o e "coninoG tiaK .
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th e
new
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M aslyukov,isaC o
m em ber a o d fo n a
Soviet U nion's cei
agency, a n d tfae nc
C entral Bank i s a
Austrian
review
r o f th e ro le o f
C reditaa
m stalt, wfaicfa was taken
o v er bv
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sing t i e Nazi era.
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f th
out of hu am a s e to tb e indescrib* b le sufl
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Tbe An
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d o in g so in k eepin,
ping w ith a s ta tu to r y h c : pp le a d s . “I’ve d o n e m y b e s t to b e
m a n d a te to tu r n ove
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p e a c h m e n t.”
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t per*
J u s t a s s u d d e nniy,
ly th o s e w h o h a v e formi
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a n d k in d o f h i
Cl'mlonseemsdeten.
us.
m n m e d to „ h o sa id , “ Mr.
W e s a y th a t b e cau
'Sto
force 'theConfess
L d o its d e n t ... I w a nItt tito b e a
n o w t h a t w e ’v e e
/
p r e s id e n t l i k e y o u .”
^ ven1rr
m ore scandalous dian the
I
unpleasantmnstiti
t e r e d th e n e x t p)hhaa se
titutxonal
H e s a id h e w
wai
a n ts to
politii
itical class’ continuing aso f t h i s u g ly n o tio
sauln
It on d ie First Amendment
io nn a l duty. Andiidietherth
'theprocess c o n d u c t h is ppresiden*
re
m e l o d r a m a , w e: cc:a n
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r
g
e
R
. . .
le
journalistic
class’
com­
renn ts w ill
fl
J “ the
cy so t h a t p a rc
uch
ends tn tmpeadimen
s e e j u s t h o w mn u(
ity in this assau lt The
ta ito r n o t, w an t th e ir c hU
d re n to
lild
™
'"'L L
threat, advanced
cd under th e antiseptic
p a in , r e c r i m i n a ttio
easant.
say th a t to h im i
io n ,
i t xs£tllbe unpleas
paign finance reform,” is a
n ib tic o f “campa
b itte r n e s s a n d d e ggrr a - ________________ ^ ____________B u t firs t, w e hch a v ^ m
0
°'^®
s
p
e
^
radoning
lg system to solve the
d a tio n a w ait us.
le t him o ff ih es hh (o o k .
“pro b lem "o f“M
excessive'’
political
giving
E v e ry o n e in a ppos
o sitio n o f re sp o n siAApj
pparently, it’s a ll a b o u t h o iw B ill
and spending,
paign. The FEC arrived atitdthia tsu m b y
b ility r e g a r d in g tthh iis m a t t e r re a liz e s fe eJs
ls ai b o u t h im self a n d w h e thi e r w e’re
S u i^ a system
n ialready exists, b ut recalculating what an advertis<
tt^ w o u ld p a y
this. T h a t’s w hy Hl ooui s e S p e a k e r N ew t w illin
:Iing to h e lp h im ra is e h iss se
s< lf-e sformers alwaysI w ant new laws to m ake
- for the sam e space occupied
ied by these
G in g ric h a n d H o u se M in o rity L e a d e r teem
m ..
the system more
-e ielaborate. And even
passages in die magazine:aani
n d in a s m a ll
D ic k G e p h a r d t g>ot
o t to g e t h e r to t a l k
ALSs th
t e C ongress p re p a re s to b ee ^ d without new laws
ws, the Federal Election
New Jersey newspaper diat
1
la t Forbes
owns
a b o u t t h e b e s t way
v ay to p r o c e e d . O n e d bby
03
to punish some “ofCommission is tiying
y t h e C o n s titu tio n , M r. C
CIlin to n
and that carries his column.
m.
b o th s id e s o f th e ai;
fending” joumali
aUsm. Consider the FEC's
a is le , m e m b e rs a r e seem
Forbes could pay the fine
< of petty
:ms: g u id e d by th e m o re s a n td cusn e out
anem pt to fine Si
Steve Forbes $94,900 for
cash, but instead is going to
ta lk in g w ith a fu n e rre a l g rirn n e ss b u t to miss o<f d a y tim e ta lk show s: “ S<
to (co u rt The
the content of his
lis magazine column,
Supreme Court and numeroi
w ith n o la c k o f dle
e tt
te rm in a tio n a b o u t dieted
srous lower
te d P re sid e n ts W ho L ie to fh
th to
Like his father
er and grandfather before
courts have told die EEC,, as
as Forbes says,
th e s te p s th e y m utst
st ta k e n e x t a s th e y p ie B
Biut a re R eally, R eally S o n y
"y^ext
hirn, Forbes write
ites a biweekly column for
that “ die threshold question
ion for deterc o n sid e r w h a t Mr. S tt
ta r r h a s found.
o n G eraldo.”
e
Forbes magazine,
le, of which h e is editor in
mining if any activity or dish
lisbursem
entis
Im p e a c h m e n t is a <
serio u s possib ility
This
h is is a lre a d y a n aw ful m ee ss,
ss a n d
chief. The columr
n n is primarily about pubsubject to n ^ u lad o n by the
I
he FEC
is
th a t m u s t b e p r e pp aared
r
for. If th e evi- itis going
go
to g e t w orse. TTiat’s bbei
ecause
lie policy, aldioug
ugh h also contains short
whether th a t activity express
ressly advocates
d e n c e w a rra n ts, D>eem
n ocrats a s well a s Mr. CCllin to n seem s d e te rm in e d1to fo rce
book reviews, res
estaurant recommendathe election or defeat of ai ffet
e d ^ c a n d iR e p u b lic a n s a re rejaa d y to do t h e ir duty, th e C
Qongress to do its u n p leasan
>ant
tions and other w
wlhim ^.‘
Idate."
i con“N ex t to d e c la rin g: war,
ws th is m ay b c t h e stitu
The FEC’s spec
eech police have dedded
u ti'
tio n al duty. A nd w h e th e r th te pro*
The FEC admits diere was
ivasno“express
m ost im p o rta n t tilin
However, diere
iadvocacy” in Forbes magazin
in g th a t w e do,” R e p . c e sss een d s in im p e a c h m e n t o r r rii o t . i t
t o p j ^ t i h c w h himsy.
L
azine on behalf
are hrmts to their
sir liberality. They have
' Forbes. However, for 20
of
G e p h a rd t co rrectlyiTobserved.
ob
w illb
[ b et u n p le a s a n t
Oyc
yearstheF E C
scoured th e colun
umns Forbes wrote while
1 unsuccessfully tried to0 turn
has
m AmeriA s th e C on g resss ntu r n s to fa c e h a r d
H[ee says
:
h e ca re s a b o u t us. H e
r the Republican presi<
can politics into a game offW o d ie rM a y
r e a litie s , Bill C lintoi
I to n - t h e o n e m a n h e w
wan
a ts to b e o u r frien d . I f -h ee 4
tion in 1996 and have
1P ” in which candidates must
iust constantly
w h o c a n s p a re th e n a tio n a te r r ib le or* d o es ,s ,h: e w ill do w h a t only h eJ actm d o
culled w hat they
(
y call
“offending pasi
traipse
to die FEC to seek: permission
pe
for
d e a l th a t is likely to stre tc h w ell in to a n dI eein d th is proccss. H e c a n do
do th a t
sages.”
contemplated campaign activ
ictivities.
1999 - c o n tin u e s to0 h a r b o r t h e f a n ta s y o n ly
b resigning.
/ by
W hat passages
1
is offend
the govemOncc upon a time, defcnde
n d e rso fth e
_______
ment? Passages:01
on, say, Brazil pass
1
First
A mendment applauded
le d when Jusmuster, b ut those
se on Bosnia were, the '
t William Douglas explaini
tice
a ineddieindisspeech police say,
ly, illegal. Why? Because
i
soluble
link between freedon
dom of speech
& sn ia was, andIBrazil
B
was not, an issue
, and
£ freedom io give and spen
pend money.
.
in the 1996 campa
paign. Forbes’ dioughts
f the dissemination of spee«
for
?eech: “It usuon
Canada
are
fin<
---------------- PutBiher Aa«nW
I
in c because no one cares
c costs money to fntnnnunicate
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ally
inlc
an idea
about Canada. Ho
— ---------- itotiek««Stor
PtterYo
iow ever, thoughts on
t a large audience. But noa one
to
or would serVoA-------------------- .UrwtklflCdlfK
partial-birth abort
jrtion get Forbes fined.
r
riously
contend
d
iat
the
expe
Kpendimre of
Tbonw
1itMcnbera or tiw edttorial board and
MtdwTttsfiofwStorial*
Sifting permissi
ssible from impermissible
r
money
to
print
a
newspaper
d
c
r
deprives
d ie
are Stephen Kartgen,
gen, darit Wahrorth, S t m Cnanp,«
p. Kevin Ricbeit and Kurt FrMemann
mn
content, FEC burc
tfeau crats-y o u rtax d o lp
publisher
of freedom of die
p
le press.”
'
lars a t work ~hav«
tve calculated the fine of
Nowadays die New Yorkk Times,
Ti
Wash$94,900. n i e FEC
C believes Forbes magaI
ington
Post nnd odier membe
o b erso fth e
_______
line m ade an impt
ipermissible corporate
o
media
favor circumscribing
lg ei
everyone
contribution of tlu
ih a tsiz e to F o rb « ’ cam*
c
else’s
freedom of speech by
d
yarcum
scrib-
T lieTlmes
l
s -N e w s
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II.
1 ' 'V
2:^. 1st A^ e n d m lent:
(
Jourr
nalists in own
c
class;
S:i
' MlnHIassla needs\ i:
12-«tep program
,s
..
I sin cerely hope som<
ame d edicated folk
will re a d this m e ssag
gee:a nd realize the
have a 12 -step retrem en d o u s need to ha
covery p rogram av ailat
ilable in yo u r MiniCassia area.
I m a d e my yearly visi
visit to y our are a
and w as disappointed
id b ecause I w as unab le to fin d a 12 *stcp? recovery
re
program
available.
I now h av e 18 y ears
rs il
in recovery and
a tte n d t h e m eetings bci
because ic is impo rtan t to h ave support
)ort, b ut even m ore
im portan t, I give b ack
d t t h i s “p red o u s"
gift o f sobriety th a t has
has b een given to
I m ad e a n effort to) fir
find m e e d n g ^
leck in g th e newsdates a n d tim es in ched
paper. T h e personal colum
col
n showed a
n um ber in Twin Falls,
s, w hich is 40 miles
away. In th e past, th eere
re w u s lis te d a
m eetin g alm ost e v eryy dj
d ay in th e MiniCassia area.
A d isp a tc h e r ot th eJ Cassia
Cj
C ounty Police sta d o n gave m e a nnium b er in BurJey an d o n e for R u p irt.
e r t 'TTie B urley
n iunber d id not answfer,
er, even a fte r re>
Ited a ttem pts. The R upert n u m t
pcat<»
le ft th e
>an answ ering m achine, so I left
n b e r w here I w as staying a n dI w
wlh y l
led, b u t no one ev er retu rn ed th
called
I.
fot to b e untlaiintcd by th e lac k i
ponse, I h ap pened by th e Crimir
mmd
tice C en ter on an other m a tteirr aan d
ed a g e ndem an th e re if he knev
new
ire a 12 -step recovery m eeting
ig cco u ld
ocuted. A fter telling him th eire
re-rch I had done, h e sadly shook
ik hh is
re
«“ dd aan d said h e didn’t think th ee re
e any recovery m eetings in th
h ee
1 .1 ask e d th e gentlem an w hat
It ppeod id w hen they relapsed, sincee nno t
ryone h a s th e “w herew ithal”'tto
o
d n v-ee tto a n o th er town,
im sincerely hoping you people
p ie in
>very will see my le tte r a n d re
al
■colize
: if you h ave a recovery prognmi
ram, i t
rememw ell-kept secret, b ut please rem
Ul tto u s
a responsibility th a t was given
^ ooiu t,
len a nyone anyw here reaches
h and o f recovery should b e thh e rre l
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; billowing doud of recess about to engulf die U 5.
uny. The onlv questions
ow long and how severe it
X
. ^ w i U b ee,
A rcccssion starts
rts when our gross domestic product beginss um contract GDP is calculated using four con
omponents-consumpdon, investment, go'
government spending and
net exports (exports
n s minus imports). Tliree
of these are entering
ingfreefalL
The problem stan
anedw idithcA siancrisis. Weaker AsianIacurrencies have made
U 5. exports less atti
ittiBctive and foreign impons mort: attractiw
dve, while recessicBis in
Asia have g n a d y re
reduced die in a m e of
Asian consumers an
and hence d ld r purdiases of U £. goods. The
h e result has b e a t a
sharpdcelineinUF.&
S n et exports and a
soaring trade dcfldt
I n i t i ^ , this dedi
d ine vras perversdy comfo rtingb^useitS B
'
saved
us firm a n^ y
ro u m fo fin te r« ra c
Reserve nim>«H at co
cocking the economy.
Now, however, wiA
Lhtwo odier GDP componcnts-consumpdon
on and investm entabout to plunge, the
le Asian a is is has come
hometoroosL
It began several m
m o u h s ago widi a slight
decline in consumer
er confidence. Since consumption represents
us about 70 percent of
the GDP, even a ana
nan change in consumer
co n fid en t can’t b e ttaken li^ tly . But dlls
small change has be<
>een magnified by die re-
P e t e r N avar
«« R 0
_____________
sto(ttm a rk e t
«cent and jarring drop in die sto
When die stock market was
a sr r ^ i t h
I
Ise oramaacal”vestors saw dieir portfolios rise
ly. Feeling wealthier, consumen
n ersw en to n a
w
binge,
snatching up everydiing
I
ingfrimrefrig*
“
erators and cars to houses. But
V die
Ut widi
®
stodc m arket in sharp decline,
« ,dd iis “wealdi
f$
iis im i« a r e
“effect” has reversed. Now consu
going
m
be
more
While
tl
^
nal b ^ v i o r at die indhadual k:
ir
lective cffect could be devastadj
Which brings us to a diird uGD
u r compoll-i v B tm e n t
^ncnt about to go into free fa l-m
When stock pnces plunge, corpc
ba d i to issue new shares at b m
h M S f
m entpricestofinancegrowdi.fi
S
market,
businesses also are muc
Iv to invest for fear rfh rin g ctim
hi^invH itnries.
It foDows, die!^ diat widi net <
co
consumption and investmentt ^anl ^ d m g
so
soudi, Brecession is inevitziliae. >
or
onydiing, can be done?
cureforareThe tiadidanal Keynesian cun
ce
cession is ecpansicnaiy fiscal policy-inpol
aae
i o se goveniment spentiing orcuttaxes.
or c
W
Widi die GOP contndling C ongress.
n^
w ecan
ru
rule out any new governmentt ^^lending but,
as
as recession looms, talk has b egunobouta
<^
tax c u t However, sudi a tax cut
i kdyto
aitisU
b e ineffective
Iv t Indeed, we need m k» k n o :
n die recent Japanese ejcpcri.
^ tax cut gains to con*
sumethcdrwi out erfrecession, wonied i.
Japanese dti:
iQzens increased dietr savings
anactionoec
redit-stretched arul equally wary'
O'',
Americansw.
would probably emulate,
,I
That leaves
nss monetary policy to r i ^ to
•I"
therescue.H
However, history teaches US' '*
thatm onetar
ary polity is far more effCetiire'''’'
combating inj
i*-''i
inflation dian curing recfekin.*-'
W hendieFet
■ederal Reserve raises b S S tH'.I
' ••
ratestofighti
Tt inflation, it is “pulling on a •; I '»
lie sense diat busmesses i m i ^ ' i
/V
xmd by reducing i n r e s to ie n.tv
;)• *»
However.as>
isw eleaincdduringtheG rdat''
Depression,, lower
k
interest rates can't
• S S s tsoing,”
i
meaning d u t unless > Ii
b S s s e s a are
n convinced diat a recessionI
canbeaven©
ted, diey won’t inveit ho mattia:^
ert
erest rates g a
an line: We are about ob e en h- ’I
gulfedinare<
recession diat is largeh-not of <
’
ikinganddiatw ecantiolitde* ‘
Important diing now ii not to- [
er, we must batten dow i die
le out the storm and rememberr I1
thatw eare,al
,a b o v e a Il,a tw i^ 'n a e ^ w e ■
w iB notjustsi
; survive the coming dowritumt '
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sorsyojRftfiHeM
rtm&rzPM/iWTN/ns,L ,
fesxeofocm iujfcptr
ing the fro
reedom to give an d spend on b<s
half of poll
oliticalexpression.W hy?Per-. '
such drcum scripdor
X ' jj•dy
*diebecause
idS^xjrtance of th e media’s
Ited political expression, relativj:
itiyjii
—
pression perm itted to I ^ l e ''
covered by speech-rationing laws.
But will
II 1the media remain immune to'
regulation!
in? The FEC’s ham -handedness'
sss'-'
regarding!
g Forbes demonstrates how am
n yy "
spccchratl
JC-.. >
itioning system will tend to be--!'
comc stead
adfly more rococo.
>.•(
Controls
Js on “hard” money (^v e n d ii- ii-i
reedy to particular
pa
candidates) are inef-,
ef-„,
fective unit
nless supplemented by controls;,
0 lS;.i
on “soft mo
noney” (given to parties for
“party-buili
lildirtig” activities), andeven ^
diosecontr
itrols are vitiated unless o p r e s f
advocacy’ by
b privategroups isoiritfw led,'
b ut thoseI controls
o
arc nullities unless
control eno
ncompasscs issue advocacy by }
private grot
roups. And in tim e we come, asi
th c F o r f ae i case shows, to goveniment aP
tem pts toe;
I cxdse “offending passages”
ggazine.
.<
from a mag
W hereis
is die media outrage? This yeaiF
isse d n g th
i crackup of several causes,
die
s,
a n d th e ruuin
ii of reputations. By their unncharacterisi
istic and u n p rin d p l^ quietude
ide
concerning
1^ die president’s comportmehtlait;many fAmfn
unists have devalued tbeir past'
ast'
protesmtior
Ions and forfeited their placeiiri
I'iri-''
th e nation’s
41.1''
I’s political conversation. fiinU-’
larly.m uch
i l of the media a re shredding ’! '
dieir creder
len d o lsasd e fen d e rso ffre erF i:
‘speech,
Widi scan
an t help from them , Sen. Mitch
td ii
McConnell,
11, R-Ky., and other congressionIona l friends of
of die First Amendment W '
w eek defeat
lated this year's speech-nh
tio n in g le^station,
^
diereby sparing the
Supreme Court
Cc
the chore of nullifying iti
But die Firs
irst Amendment is weaker be^ '■
cause of the
he silence of die m edia lambss '
who once were
wi lions in its defense.
________
G ew jcF.l
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—
n
L e Ti
I Clintonn’s choicess: FiTing ppan or fire
ly er
id h1 v a lo o il
/
Recently, I was fired
K b cS T
company because 1 had
in g
Bill
-----------------her company
;hted a resum e to another
(h t no w , e ith e r b y im peachiterview .l
Jd
and had gone to an intei
m t o r resignation. That would
im H a m p t o n
■ficcandwas
he
was called into the offici
I n d e n t A l Gore the
S i rp
y eyica
'
Jiin g a p e rr
—
a lack
told
that
dlls
showed
L of
.................— I prefflc
e d d e n c y an d a hea d sta rt on
I
I
W
W ' >on con
interest In my job.
t v the relentless Starr.
tfae) 20
2000 i^esidential race.
■ I d e a th . H is re a c tio n s
I s a id itw a s n o id iaIt;
tjlI said d iat
■ I Monica Lewinsky scanc
your m em ory to 1974,
, . ^3or ; by contrast; could not os presa n d a l broke
Rew ind yoi
^
I was only trying to supj
jpport my
n t q u i ^ pardon Qinton widxxu
■ ! in J a n u a r y h a t foiJlow
lio ed t h e
w h en R ic hlaa r d Nixon re sig n e d
w entq
“
family. At my i^evious
JS cemployer,
nem
I
; dying p e rso n ’s classic
isic p a tte rn :
a s P r e s id emn t r a th e r th a n fa c e
” ”5
° bering w hat Gerald Ford's
a union company, I was
I
a s making
of Richard'Nixaa cost Ford.
■ ; f ir s t d e n ia l, th e n ang
a n g e r, t h e n — -in e v ita b le in
irnpeachm ebL-.V ice:
^
-.
almost
$14
p
e
r
hour
and
H ?ddierel
K iher Gore as president would so
■ I acceptance.
P r e s i d e n t: G e ra ld F o r d , w ho
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was only m aking $9. He
H esaid d iat
penlize his own ciiaDCes of dec■ I It u o f course pretnatu
la turetoconth en becamoe
e P resident, initially
his m ind w as m ade up;
ll e ^ v e
p jh
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m e n o o p p o r ^ t y t o s *pe“l^
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c o n je c tu re ,
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th
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add
this:
■ : page re p o rt r
w asto ld d m titw a sw illf
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■ ; now o n th e K -Q O>pRi im C A l t S a f e si— ' ^ 9
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employment and there V
th e possible
I ; Internet, that
Ing I could do.
■ I Mr. Clinton’s
Thisisaright-to-woric
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counsel to
I ! h a n d . M uch
>anyhere
H e moved his compan;
in v e s tig a te
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becausc of lower wages:
w
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l.jh o w h is a ll.
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m
ake
m
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money
b ro k e th e
w id i
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w h a tlw a stiy in g to d oow
la w in dialI Ic a m p a ig n ,
another jo b and was fire
Ired.
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en
paign doUon
I [w e e k , p la y s
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but not for th e employee
inl996.
I Iw i t h
It more
and
The companies want
n
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\m K L
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I Ith e p u ^ c .,
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presidency,
timers and
can
all of th e full-tia
should i t b»«
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I i H cfe is a ,
replace them w ith all part-time
pai
im m in e n t,
I I P re sid e n t of
■ts.
people widi no benefits.
w o^d b e ^
I ■consum m ate
■eworried
The o th er people are
V
under
because if he would do0 dthis to
investigative
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someone, h e will do it diem
thi too.
ckjud.
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veeks
People vrtio give two wee
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a day or
"
notice are walked out ad
Klgeotcomsaid th a t It ™
vrould be prem ature
easily
c
ily could
obscure his hoifaons to
I
plex issiies. Given the ec
®
tw olater.
pardoning Nbcon. and1through
thi
the November lO dec^
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prosperity during his wc
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I think someone who0 has
h no
Leon Jaw orski, who
tkn.
■
f irs t b a la n c e d b u d g e t I
more re s p e a for employi
loyeeshas
hcrsicd th c! W a terg a te S p e d a l
Even
;ven compulsive gamblers will
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decades,'and his other cr i k
11
no business to b e in busii
iisiness.
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cede th a t they p erc d v e dieir
ir
You carmot demand resp
cspecq you
“
P rc sid o it Foni
ord that Nixon might
potenti
■
on eo fo iirb e tte rP re sid e r
sn d a l rew ards as worth their
Ir
have to e arn i t
to in d lc tn ie n i
risk.. B
Blut how - by w hat standardd
Holding people under
er <
control
I
Even if tt{c Republicar
:a
ll
t
h
a
t.
P
re
s
id
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n
t
coulid
a
widi
fear
of
tenninadonl
)n because
luld
a
dalliance
w
ith
Monica
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isd v es is
ned Nixon. B a c k l ^
Lewdin:
they try to b e tte r themse:
n s k y b e w orth risking th e
I
d e n c c w ith o u t p a rtiso
mot sec"
wrong. A nd if they canno
rd o n helped Jim m y
vrorld’s
Id’s m ost powerful office?
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Clinton is i a deep, deep
that, I f e d sorry for them
em.
a t F ord in th e 1976
i ca
can
n only wonder, as petiiaps
I
Because now he faces a tnj
I hope diese ^ p l e sleep
slei w ell
race.
cU ntor
Iton him self does: Why, you
I
mo: If he fights Stair's cvidencoto
evii
They
can
afford
to.
Can
y
nyou?
, d id you m ake this lose-lose
I
avoid impeachment, hee still
st could
‘H iat history
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to
en ce th c p oilitical
lit
calculus th a t .
TwinFalls
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-----o u ld fa c c
now is whirrinj
ring in Washington’s
** p:
p robably
computers. The
m Hampton
is editor of ihe° ■ Ridley restores laKh
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[he Republicans realJim
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week, and iitt w
was a litH l l tie lik e re tu ri
rn in g to
e le m e n tay r ysc h o o l.
P o U tic i ^ naturally &isl
sa s k in th e
lunelight; b u t w hen hthe
e stag e is
overshadowed by the spec
fe c te ro fa
onetime W hite House iinti
n t m th e
end,of sununer vacation
lon is espfr
d a lly unoomfonaMe. Ever
.veryone is
w a ith
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0 n i c a
w in sk y to
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and
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th e only living p erson
u
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e x e c u te th e d e e d - PP rrte s id e n t
CUntofi - seem s determ
irmiinea to
prolong th e Democrats’ Qg
.1 sp e n t a few hours; w<
a . g
th e S e M te la st w eek, M
an d g o t a
vision of th e next several
n
d months.
T h m o n the floor of
th g reat
f the
djEamb^
67-yearold
i l d 1E d w ^
Kennedy, D-Mass., looking
ong as if a
bicycle pum p h a d been
f l iiin s ^ e d
in to 'h is a b d m e n :R e d_as
a s a beet,
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th e floor
b rea th in g life Into th es dc
donnm t
“patients’ hiH of r i ^ t s ,s,"
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i ^ p a ^ frustration was a 1
jai» r a { ( ^ h cibclloTOd.
be
h e ja b b e d b is f in g e rf at
chrom e fh o rts , h e invok
rak ed th e
P ligo^ o f ‘*poor w(
A ^ r i c a i u , ” a s h e custo:
s to m a n ly
does. .
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woul
luld pay for die cost of die tickckct. '
He had no reason for doing
this,
is, nor did hc ask anything in
retui
;um.
jgj
Jerry Ridley is a prime exam-1. n)cI of
o being able to put one’s '
busii
siness aside for a moment and
id
read
>ch out and lend a helping
nd.
hand
^ e a t d ie Ridley'&jtorc in
W<
tpert tip our hat to Jerry*' •'
Rtipc
iley for restoring faidi that
1^^^
tre is still somebody willing to
there
:o
h d[pp those less-fortunoic.
i^ou followed your heart and
Yo
j r dedsion to help reunite
your
ed ones m akes you a very
loved
:eptional em ployer
excej
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n ew sp ap ers nationally.
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ITddiis week about one
here a t
o f^ e m p loiloyees
yc
d Uke to shore what
Ri<Uey«.™iil
happened a. s aar e s u lto f it
You know,;
w, just when you've
n the
given up on
dl concept of '
hum an compa:
npassion. along comcs
a person out
ol the blue who
it of
restores your
“ '"f ‘■bThat person,
son, in this case, was
J e n y Ridley,
jyWhenRobei
}bert found h is mother.itrem alned
ned undeterminod,'
duetofinandfl
n d d difficulties, when
diese two fami
amilies would finally
be reunited.
1.
: this, Dona Moos and
eneda started organizto collect enough
an airline tic k e t
s conmcted and
fth e situation and was
asked if he could
cou donate something for ± e nraffle o r a monetary
contnbution.
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to his
1 words, and tfae
S e n a te , now
IW fo u r y e a r s In
R e p u b l i c han
lands, seems fated m
lose m ore Demo
m o o a ts this fen.
O v e rin th e: hhearing
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se n ato rs listen
en ed politely while
S c o tt R itte r•., th
tl e o n etim e U.N.
w eapons- Inisp
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explained his1 sensational
sc
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, because
the United
S ta te s-p re suim
mubly a t the behest
of S ecretary ooff S tate M addeine
A lb rig h t-h addddio se n to lower the
pressure on Iraq
raq, thaefay obsffucting the goal off disarmament,
di
11,6 rigntfirtir
cance of Mr. Ritter's
Quitdns w as nitot
ot lost on th e senators: S everal m
months before, tfae
C linton admin
iniistrad o n had pre)w a ro n th a q u ^ o n
Ige to divest itself of
w e a p o n s o f mi
m a ss d e stru c tio n ,
Nowrin the facc
ace of evidence that
S addam is (one
)nce again) defying .
U.N. sanctions,
ns, and has banned
th e intrusion .of
of U.Ni inspectors,
M r .R in e r w aas
s i essentially accusin g M rs. A lbrii
)rig h t a n d h e r colpeasem enL It is a
m but, as most sen^ 0 ^ m HT df d d,
. i not inaccurate.
• The basic ques
u ^ o n is^ ^ 4 1 a tto d o .
about it: Shouldlid thc U nited States
e s s e n d a lly acc
ic c e p t d e f e a t an d
stockpile nerve and
allow Iraq tu sto
chemical weapoi
pons, toping for the
best; o r should
J d th e logic of th e
u j l . sancdomsbh<e pursued, fordng
m oreinspeaioiis
ons, and thrratening
punitive m ilitaiy
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nonprofit agencies. T hc organi
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complex for
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low-income
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.'firams.
t The boqntaTs 86C
8 6 0 e « p to 5 « s
; also would iBoence aan a a o B A e - I r ■
^ board 3 3 p o m t
; A big expense «m]
$1 milBon far dewJoi
m afa
: OTsanizaiian to pron
: to prinuD^-care doa
fm an a ee tfaeir praoins
a & ma d ^ n a c f i d a n
: T he county bospits
{Btalhasbcn I
I self-supporting fa rm
n m e d a n l O I ____
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o ppr a p e i t y a x I
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fa c isa a d sa n s
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; Pniposed water-, sews
taiioa«ate inaeasess is
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' i n schools; laentoting
m s tn s a m
Z^for new t e a d i a s ; d« d* a d a b w e
and schools; b us d m e
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tagBs of beii«
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exam
m pfeafim sfillIkm m B »rfr>»ir
T h e y o u n g e r Lym3an
ar re c o g .
A tE s iin d e B a fa n n .
n iz e s c e r ta in stressfu
full fa c to rs
A&tt na Twna PalEi^ J . Sdstt
n
th a t aecompany thc prac
• »■onmi
" jifiw a ftas fiufiHv Joseph
«n
O u r p a tie n ts arere a lw a y s
■nm;. n i^caocs a little over
sr
aw ake w hen we work: on
or them ."
®S«t*aB*L-IfcL S dat-(as he
e
hesaid.
fcnnm, i a * e o fe e ^ s a a &is
i»
J o h n R o b e r ts ’ deicciis io n to
[fig f l a JaiaH fengyc& anade
fc
e n te r d en tistry cam e; as
as a comBB&omi A e cfions while lie
e
^ e t e surprise to his fath
athCT, who
■s m &BS
Bbt once fae
e
said they h ad never talkc
Iked
about
ic a M te c n B g -< fea tB tE y ;6 ts
®
it
t e &K 3&B5S sBppotiEd the
e
‘ Now. w hen we gett together,
tc
B cr ftr-niH'
a n w e ta lk about is den
le ntistry,”
S llto -T & c tik a « ff
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m
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■
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f e n a if tK B M a B n s d
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nPptm dl wiD n e e t t s d l»y a t H a i k ^ |
W m Cenier.
^ B a w iiirtfjuifl.
acqniaxion s ta rts
rts a t 4 3 0
O u a .. a n d tfae re g n lairn
ra rrtin F
« 6 pxtt. widi ow
^
I.
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I
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ee
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t f y p« ix s p y ew n iii» ii;»
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U amne fiBKfftfifs mnnt&.
“aIjlm
* il.» y » li„ . p g . a g
anu>rmi
s B flju
t o rrtff»l T O T i . n i r r K c s S n a l
C a l l C e n t e r w h o t s a ls o
^ na I b o fl ^kjrebim i. jim g
- Vr e neeifl joia e h w tj to
A s t g B c^Bs <fim^ cft£o^ so we
w wJ h a 0 ^ 0 ifa s IB cost,”
M m J to
K ^e Ij i in B i i a J CninS-Eatsfag
”SS
gggs^ H
Bgntf c t t g a a m f f a i y n ^
■■ ■■ n
loffA siB U B SB B .
a f i U tfiac h e h a s
p ttuun-ttfmn& i e wttfii a
Cttnqrtdiart-fihBa
coadooim nm o n p
(M d towidKxae ooB SB M
f f l c reqm nenent f a r p e l
A m would a h e r tfae facB
j P subdiTisioas* dedicai
i c a x ta n e f I
tu— ---- -----------a tatherBnd«on
)0 ddontW team In Twin Fall*.
th e elder R 6ba
)bertssaid.
i R o b erts said
» id th a t having h is
son jo in th ee practice
p
was “ th e
best thing that
h a t could happen to
y o u ," adding
lg tth a t it’s am azing
how complete]
eiely they a g ree on
eveiything.
. .
Aside fromn enjoying
a
th e fmand a l benefit of
of joining an establish e d practicc
tice, Jo h n R o b e rts
said he also benefits
bei
from working with a congc
n g ^ staff.
There a rc ad
advantages for th e
I
I
d d e■X
r parrncr
i
as w e ll W ith a son
in the
le pracdce, th e d d e r Lyman
has limited
lin
his h ours to Monday
throug
ugh Wednesday.
R.G
G. Roberts said h e wouldn't
k n owwwhat
'
to do if h e couldn't
c ome ein to th e o ffic e , b u t h e
thinks
les being able to cut his houre
wiUlet
let him work longer.
-----Timi
mci-Wcuij correspondent
Sharm
on Mctcalf can bc Tmdted in
Goodie
'ins at 934-5292.
II
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atep aik oruganizers:Steer aw^^ay Roui
Jtine agernda
fionm Hankifi5IS Road w^ater tank
k occu
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gm
U— ■
: : tXhe pnU ic is w«dcan
----- ti ll m iiim
a t t i tt e i d o f tfae n
:;'4t«aiss pffsn n n el o r a
Q
R
s k a te p a r k d e s ig n e=rr frooi
C alifom ia. T he going: ra
ra te fo r
desiffi a n d review is $15,
15,000 to
KO.OOO, h e said, an d ha
h a lf th e
m oney is d u e upon rece
ic e ip t o f
th e p l^
i;i's
S o f a r , fu n d -raisin g e
h a r e d rum m ed up oidy .
$ l,0 0 (^ L o p c tsa id .O f thai
r o u ^ y h a lf has been ph
®
by th e lio n s Club.
A s d o n a tio n s m o u nt t,;sk.if».
p a rk o rg a n iie rs p lan to
j end
0 sp
SSOO CD file for tax-exemp
m p t stax am iner
tus» said Lopez, a tax exai
evenue
f o r th e I n te r n a l R ev
Servile ,
T h e u l d i u t e goal is to build
a ItynO aquare-foot, skate
Ite p ark
t h a t c o u ld b e e x p a n d e d , if
dem an d d ictates. T he ori;
original
rt phase
cnst e stim a te for tbe first
r
wasSStywO.
-------Times-News s ta ff w.
tu r n e r
WSEam B n ek can bc rcach.
icftorf at
73MS3I,Ext.2$4.
upies T F' council
By Wllllan Brae
Irock
Tlmes-NaM wt»» _____________
---------XWIN FALLS
X S - Anyone w ith
a n a p p e t i t e: fo
ft r e x c ite m e n t
ill go h u n g ry a t
Council m eeting,
linated by routine
th e cit
rity ’s se w a g e tre a tm e n t
p la n t,t, w hich is o p e r a tin g a t
p e ak ccapacity.
a
T he1 first
I
p h a se o f im provem entss iis te n ta tiv d y s d i e d u l ^
fo rn e ixtyear.
xt
“The
le way this com m unity is
growing
ng, we’ll h av e to address
m o re ol
o f th e se ( in f r a s tn ia u r c
T h e m e e tin
ngg kic k s o ff aTS^" improv«
ivem ent p ro je c ts) in tb e
f u tu r e5,”
,' said T e rre ll D onicht,
P-™- ^ Cify Hall.
Hal It is open to
id there’s
n o cover
s u p e r•irin te n d c n t o f t h e T w in
Public, a nd
tl
Falls Sd
., .
School District, w hich is a
' ^ e c o ^ oIlisispoised to « c a
m ajor institutional
ir
custom er of
P u b h c h e a rin ig fo r m in o r
t h e d tyy :sewer planL
a m e n d m e n tss to
tc th e 1997-98
T he school
s«
d istric t e n jo y s a
b u d g e t, w hich
:h <
e x p ire s a t th e
sp ecialtl isew er ra te , c a lc u la te d '
mom
tonth, and it will
on a perer-student basis, said City
p o n d e r a re s>olution
oh
to ra is e
Finance
:e D irector G ary Evans,
sew er rates,
Rank-ani
ind-file in stim tinnnl f» f.
. T h e h ig h er ra
ratle s w ere fixed
tom ersi will
v, see th eir ra te s jum p
in e a rly August,
s
!t, so tom ght’s resfrom 3 44 cents
1
p e r thousand galo lution to adopt
)pt them is a forIons to) I55 cen ts p e r th o u san d
m a lity . T h e inn tc
te m is to ra ise
gallons,
$6.4 million for
ir tl
the first of sevO w nei
e rs o f sin g le -fa m ily
e ra l rounds of imj
im provements to
Pli
Please see AGENDA. Page B3
SS ElbMrange^ firecajse appesars neaar settle^ment
® ? j $ c a o n d r s leeicw
« t y pcdigr p enaining ttss n a e t f
» b l i c paries, tfae £ee sBiiiHiue
ir
9 U tiie m aster plan farrine d c i g
a f a e o t o f H t g P w e iP a A .
9 « D th e r ite m s o n t h e ^
^ f o n d e an open s e s m a f
M hT ic. a ir p a t isgaa; a p m
B f e fvastewater t r e a t nan ti i n
o v j e ^ re c o n s id e ra x^ ia
M B B fa
H w nc^cnce
. M o o ^ S e a le n r d ,fin
m a tt o p rig n r»a»lacew
n r t l t e and l ^ n f e n d d
m i d leadiing of an nrfinai
nance to
W nm e n ^ ^ rtx a c n e .
B a ^ exBcoliTe seMion «dl
Hmtdetfaetneetiag.
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CTna
I ^ w ix M K s rf
I r » iic ii..^
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•unced
a c a O waBT » a » &eW
tnaSlfe fim cbe fice^ and
j ^ d j T O w m g M w fth
ifie c a n n
e ElS . EaasB S n iis e ftanlBU M U ItnennntsrcanB 8 m Ut e c a tf off ^ E .
e ^
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jJrom iaE iK B im B iS aB
I2ti^*2l5
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1
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e B e e e S S lS
lif a K A h m c k
^ B M IE
'M iiir^ iiiiiiirj iiiiriira s
■ o f td b e U ts ^ S m rn l D ^ » u tfte
Id ah o
C o u n ty
1 is k
R
BfanaermrTii Program offi
jffid a ls
g y a enjpTTim t am ounts foi
for th e
w r e s t S e rv ic e a n d o thers
x s w ith
^ n n s w ould n o t b e m ade
d epubI ^ B o tlC R M P is shoulde
Idering
th e m r ^ s t portion of th e ccouncy^s f a n n r f a l responsibilit
ility to
ty d d w n a s a n d fed eral1 a.
agen*
o e s * c o o a t y c o m m issio
io rn e r s
saiiL
-W e y e p o t i n th e habi
a b it o f
,a x s a ^ a t s c la im s th a t
I a re
r ^ v e d o r in th e p roces
:ess o f
w ith th e pub;
! d m a p C la ia s-M atublic,"
M
n aa g e r
in
* ™ » « rg B 5 o n .
S o m e 1 6 ^ ra n c h e r ss s a id
th e y w e re p le
e aasse d w ith th e
results,
“T h e y cam c wwit
ithin a couple
o f th o u sa n d dollt
ollars of w h at I
a s k e d ,” s a id A
Alb
lbion r a n c h e r
H e le n A n d e rso
n “ I th in k it
son.
w o rk ed o u t really
oily w ell, I w as
happy w ith what
1 1o t.”
itlg
Anderson said
sl lost 300 to
d she
500 acres of pastui
sture to th e fire
and about two mile
ailes of fence.
P aul W ard also
h about two
so lost
m iles o f fence to
to tth e blaze b ut
said th e biggestt hi
h it cam e frorh
lost grazing privileg
ifeges.
“W e took a 30) pp crcent
t
cut o n
bow m any c attle■wo
we can have on
th c forest,” h e said
aud. “That’s n ot
]'
'’IS'"
t.”
I W a rd s a id , h e w as
pleasedw
Iwith hisseitlem enL
“Ithou<
night we w ere d ealt w ith
fairly." he said.
F o r ests t S e rv ic e o ffic ia ls ,
a lth o u h^ rnot willing to comment
o n s e ttle
le m e n t a m o u n ts , sa id
they were
re pleased.
“We ha'
lave w hat a ppears to b e •
a s e ttle
le m e n t,” s a id M ac
Simpson,
j
1, adm
inistration officer
fo r th e! S; a w to o th N a tio n a l
F orest. "We
“V still don’t have all
th e giennfx
itu re s ,b u tit looks to be
p re tty posi
ositive."
-----------K u rt F■riedemawt
fi
is The TimesNews'M^ini-Cassia
in
bureau d n d
ond con be
4c readied in Burh^ at
677-4042,
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J ’M
T ) P M » M m ,T » tan F tlt a i , h W »
a g ic
, Ttw Tlm»»Newi
M e o d i jr .S ^ ta B l M r1U4 ,1 9 9 0
V/
/ a l l e y AV e s tr
cOn the A
/ GENDA—
_________
sioners, 10 a jn1^-, <
courthouse.
M agic V olley
le y R eg io n al
M cd ic a l C ente;
Ite r b o a rd , 6
p.m .. S a g e Roi
iloom a t th e
MVRMC Educati
sitionC enter.
M a lta C ityi C o u n c il, 5
p.m ., R a ft R ive
iv e r E lec tric
C oop conference
ace room.
M in id o k a Coi
C ounty comm issio n crs, 9I a.m
a. ., courthouse.
•chool Board,
M u n au g h Sch
7 pjn., high sdioo
lioollibnuy.
Richfield City
ity Coundl, 7
p.m .. C ity O ffic
fic e , 1 80W .
Lincoln,
Richfield Scho<
hool Board, 8
pjn ^ high school
oL
S hoshone Sch<
chool Board,
■ 7:30
p.m .,
L in c o ln
Elementary Schot
hool.
Twin Falls City
ily C o im d l.5
p jn ^ a ty H a U .
Twin F alls Coi
County commissioncrs, 8 3 0 a j n , courthouse.
Twin Falls Cou
^ u n ty Paries
an d W aterw ayyss A dvisory
Board, 7 3 0 p jnIn
., ]Paries and
W aterw ays Buil<
jild in g , 450
SixthAve.W .
T w in
F a lls
Is
U rb a n
Renewal Agency,
:y, 7 30 a j n ,
G tyH all.
V a lle y Schlool
o o B oard
(E d e n -H azello3n),
n ] 8 p.m ..
h ig h sc h o o l sup
lu p e rin te n dent’s office,
Following 15 a lu
istt Iof govcm m cn tal m eetings
Igs schedu le d th is w e e k in IM agic
Valley. This list is coi
compiled
from a d v a n c e schci
:h e d u le s.
Thc Timcs-Ncws s u g| g e s ts
. y ou co n firm th e in
inffo rm a , tion b y calling the api
appropri, Ole c le r k ’s o ffic e b e fo re
; attending.
TODAY'
Buhl a t y C o u n il,
d l,:7 p jn .,
Q ty Hal] council chan
hambers.
B lain e C o u n ty com
coi m is. sio n c rs , 8:45 a.m1., (c o u rt• house.
C am as C o u n ty coi
com m issio n e rs , 9:30 a.m1., c<o u rthouse. ■
. . .
C a m a s C o u n ty' Si
S ch o o l
• Board, 7 p.m., high sch
school.
C assia C ou n ty com
cor m issioncrs, 9 a jn ., courthc
rthouse.
School
C a ssia C o u n ty S<
, Board, 7 p jn ., central
•al cofficc,
237 E. 19th Sr., Burley.
ley.
D ictrich School BM
Bo; rd, 7
p .m ., sc h o o l’s busi
lu s in c s s
room.
icil, 7:30
E d en C ity Council,
■ p.m., City HalJ.
.
E lm ore C ounty commiscon
sio n e rs , 8:30 a.m ., ccio u rthouse.
Gooding County commiscon
■ sioners, 9 a jn ., counhoi
thouse.
Hagcrm an Schoolll B
Board,
Khool.
. 8pjn .,e !c m e n ta iy schc
H a ile y C ity Counc
u n c il, 6
, p jn ., Hailey Town Cent
Center.
H an sen C ity Coun<
uncil, 6
. p jn .. City Hall.
H ollister City Counc
uncil, 7
PJH., City HoU.
J e r o m e C ily P laa n in in g
an d Zoning Commissic
ssion, 7
•• p.m .. C ity C o u n cilI ch
cham . bcrs.
Jero m e C ounty com
;ommissioncrs, 9 a.m., counhou
house.
. K e tch u m P la n n inn g a n d
Z onin g C om m ission,
n, !5:30
p jn .. City Hall.
Lincoln C ounty comi
ommis-
TUESDA
DAY
B uhl S c h o o l1 1B o ard , 7
p jn ., school distric
r i a ’s office.
Castleford Scho
:hooI Board,
7 p jn ., school libinrau y .
F ile r P la n n ii
in g a n d
Zoning Coi6missioi
sion, 8 p j n ,
G ty C oundl chaml
unbcTS.
H agerm an City
ity Council,
7 3 0 pjn., Q ty Hall
H a ile y P la nin
n iin g a n d
Zoning Commissioi
don, 7 p j n .
Hailey Town Cente
ntcr.
Je ro m e C ity Cc
C o u n d l, 7
p.m .. C ity Counci
n cil cham bers, 100 E Ave. A.
Jero m e School
1 oard, 7
}1 B
p .m ., J e r o m e Ci%
Civil C lu b
Jco n cttc Wiley of Twin Falls,
graveside m em o rial»
II service at 11
a.m . today a t Sunset
ise t M em orial
Park (W hite Mortuary
laiy).
E lm er R . P a rro tt of
o F iler and
formerly of Berger,, gn
gravesido servicc a t 11 a.m. today
a y iat th e Twin
F a lls
C e m e te ry
ry
(W h ite
Mortuary).
WEDN!
DNESDAT
Bliss O ty C
Cai n x a . 8 p a ,
CityllaD .
Cotm
nnuy
Biumi, 7 3 0I pp jjn , h o s p i t a l
cm ferencetooc
mm.
F i l e r Schoo
bool B o ard . 7
p .m .. F i l e r E le m n ta x y
S d m llilra y .
M in id o k a
P la n n in g aannd Z o n in g
C om m isskn.
8 p ja ,o o o n L .8
house.
S o u th C e n tr
H ealth Depxrta
2 p m , 1020 Wa
N.
____
Tw in F allss C om uy € » •
n iisao w rs, 8 3 0
bouse.
n
THUKS
JKSDAT
B e U e ro e PP la n n in g a n d
7emm^ fVTnii'wn
City Han
<:r4w
p jn ,fa i^ a d io a l
Tw in F allsiCCc
oom yoanm issicnas, 8 3 0 ;
bouse,
r u IDAY
n /
G o o d in g
M em orial H ospi
D ia r ia BoanI o i D iro a a s .
8 30 a j n , a nifera
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A dim tttit
Banessa G uerreroI and
an R oberta Wright, b o th of
of
Scott N iv e n o fM n F a lls
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Burley, an d T heresa
a F
Fen n ell and B etty T ibbets,
D is d n s e d :
both of R upen.
C h ristin a R ow o f R oDgerson.
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Peggy W a rd o f
Discharged:
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Sandra King, Alberta
Mtano M artinez and Benjamin
S m y e r, a ll o f B urley,
ley, M ic h e lle V a n le u v e n o f
BTTnTII I t m
___o n a i B o s i a J
H eyburn, and Darwin
in INeibaur and Betty Tibbets,
both of R upen.
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Ju lie H en sd ieid a n d dai
dan g iu e r, I la ila n d a r k .
Isael and Banessa Gu
G uerrero of Burley, an d Je£ff
ff Jea n Rasmussen a n d
^ A ^ r i t , aO o f R i^ K n .
and Betty T ibbets of Ruj
Rupert.
a n d Jo d lsla c a fF a tiL
April. 1926. at Bur
Buney. He procodod
hor In deem in 1937.
192
Martha w asi aa m em bor ot the
Christian C on to
err.and had worked
for yoars at the
.
le J.R,
Simploi Co.
and Ore-lda Fooi
oods. An avid gardoner, sho lovod
'Od crochoiing and
quilling, and she
he enjoyed fishing,
read in g , iravelir
sling e n d playing
pinochle,
Survivors includi
lude tMTo daughters.
Rhetajone Fairchil
:hild ot Burley and
Clifla Fairchild ot
of Boise; a granddaughlor, Elicia1 (Guy)
«
Johnson of
Boise; a o ra
r d so n , Travis
ran
H utchison o f N
Naam pa: a great*
granddaughter,, Shayla
Sl
Hutchison
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tfae chiiugim g ttorf they
ttwi m ay come u p
wiA one JVC. I A traditi
dififlnal to presen t
a g t& a ta d iriae u i iK^ .b
b u tifit's fo n e d ,
ifk aoc a g ift Betterr tt
to le t it g o th a n
aKemte fa m P y memb
rab e rs. No g ift is
watfakstDg a sister.
wonan who wantedI to w rite h e r life
n a nd
th e
stoi7 far b e r dnldrm
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right on th e money.. Y
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self.
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>EATHNO)TIGES^
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Martha P. Fairchil
,
BURLEY - Manna P. Fad
f^airchlld. an
88-yoar-old Builoy rosidc
sidoni. died
Saturday, Sopl. 12. 199f
1990, at the
Cassia noglonal Modi'cal
(
:al Center
in
Bufley.
Sho was bom Doc, 2.
2. 1909. at
Albion. Iho daughlor of
of Christian
C
Pelor ond Johanna Kristine
:tina Neilson
Poterson. She rocelvod hei
her primary
education In Albion, furihe
rthoring her
ed u ca tio n at the Alblo
blon S ta te
Normal College' fbr twoI years,
yo.
Sho
married Jam es Clifford Fairchild
f^a!
In
D)e a r A b b y
FIELD
11 a.m . T ulesd
es ay a t th e fu n e ral C emle
eie
ie ry in B u rle y (H a n s e a
chapeL
U o n nx awr y B m i^ O u p e O .
Nicolasa “N id c y " R o d rig « io f
Burley, ro s»iry
a r sennce a t 7 p-m,
to d ay a t thhc
e ' H ansen M ortuary
R u p e r t C h a p e l; M ass o f th e
C h r is tia n B u ria l a t 1 p .m .
Tuesday a t St
St. N idiolas C aihtJic
Church in R
Ruupert. Friends m ay
call from 6 p jn
j . until tim e o f tlK
ro s a ry to dd aay’ a t th e f u n e r a l
chapeL
low from being tfae re d p lesnCof
n^i
m ^h ne
news earlier this y e a r how rr i^
i^ t
you ore,
re. If the woman thinks h t f ^
n e imawaie o f tfae affair shad,
hai
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Vrt
rv?as
hav in Ig
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tfa
w om an'
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unigh
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as
introduced to m e os th a«t).
Even With my suspidons. havinjt Ui
newscoi
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1 hope
p e th e woman has enough setis
teiise
ow your advice. If she lovess bher
to
en, she shouldn’t h u r t tfaem
L
children
;m.in
this way
ay. Altfaough I have f o r g h ^n jn
fDy
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M aiy G ayle Grimm
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:a ll o n e h o u r
\
before the service at
a t thc church
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ry R u p e r t A l ^ a n d r O9 ICastaneda
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, d ie d S a tn x h y . S e p t. 12.
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A lb e r t P . “J a c k ” S c h a b o f eda F ranco.I, 228, o f Buriey, died
o d c rth e A e a k n o f W Uae
R u p e r t, 2 p .m . lodi
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98 in a n automobU e
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U n ite d M e th o d is;tt C h u rc h in a c d d e n t n e aair K asota R oad. A
friends m ay funeral service
R upert; family and1 fr
ic e was held Sept. 10,
call one ho u r before
t
re the
service ^998 ^ t th e: H
t a n se n M o rtu ary W M nn na S c U t l B B r
sen M ortmuy R u p e r t C hlaa pi e l witfa F a th e r
at the church (Hansen
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^ B a t t is compiling
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)I..-In addidon, an int<
interim legisl..
' live co m m ittee is
is dd e te rm in in g
• w h eth er liquor taxe
ix e s should be
increased to expanc
a n d s u b s ta n c e
jtabuse programs,
g e t t i n g h e lp
, .
; fS o m e help is avalla
ailable. howcvl? * F o r |>epple necdinfi
lio g m o re .ih a n .
: r 2 0 -day tr e a tm e nn tt 1th e c lo se st
. facility is G enesiss H
H ouse. nBS; bed treatm ent centeri
re rm ^ tti< t
• P eo p le from th ee M
A in i.C a u ia
■ area m ake up nearly
< third of
lyoTO
: th e population of Gen
^ e s i s House,
; said J e ff Bott, a font
o n iie r R u p e n
; resident who is e x;ecutive
ea
du-ec.
• tor at Genesis House.
■®:. _
Genesis House pati(
'atients live a t
; the c enter seven days
ays a w eek for
; u p to 12 m o n th s’•. .T
T r e a tm e n t
/ in clu d e s gro u p a nId
d in
I d iv id u a l
! therapy, w ork tnuning
! K “ d w rk ing a t an automobile
le <
d e ^ busi;
a t the center, Bott
tottsaid.
^
--
y.
,
,.. V
’
1^
K l
■ ■
« ■
B
, „
' " ' “ “ H"ITi pkmn a IMd on M t b nther'e
’• bt a n . NaflMur c o m p l e t 1^ ,
'" • " t «t WoOcar
Wal
Canter tht m ontto ^ and
Md taya ha haa baan aoter atoc
low 46, becam e involved
centcr afte r having troudrags in R upert.
A fter sev eral b o u ts w ith th e
|a „
n id o k a C o u n ty J u d g e
s h ^ a l T) aBcllwood told B ott h c
was being
lg se n t to a tre a tm e n t
ccntcr inI Se
Seattle. If Bott got into
tro u b le ag.
a g a in h c w o u ld g o to
prison and
id iwould b e a n old m an
when he got
got o u t
a it through th e recovery
p r 5 ? r 'aITaat F a m ily H o u s e in
Seattle, thei
hen w oikcd his way u p
to e « e c uitiv
ti. e d ir e c to r . W h e n
Family Hou
rouse d o se d h c s ta n e d
a„t G e n e sis H o u se a s
e»ecud™director.
dii
*
He sold
d aall h is f rie n d s fro m
R u p e rt w
we)
ere m ix e d u p w ith
d ru g s. Thr<
h re e o f h is f o u r b e s t
friendsdiedi
ed drug-related deaths.
Walker Centcr
Ce
in Gooding h as
a 12-step based
bas program fo r alcoh o la n d c hlem
e n lod a buse, said J a n
Ochsner, utilization
utU
review m anager a t Walk,
ilker Center.
TTie 2 2 -bet
bed fa d liiy serves 200
t o 2 2 0 patieni
ients p e r y e a r and 1 ,0 0 0
;___ _ IL i g h t e n u p ,
IT
to 1,200
1
to
family members, whojaar e
eedu
d u c a te d a b o u t th e p atien
i
int’s
add
addiction.
“]
“It c a n b e a he alin g tim e: for
f
fam
families,"
O chsner said. “It ^pves
v
fam
families an idea of how to be su
su p
pon
portive."
n R u p e n saielliic of Pon
■nie
rt of
Hop
Hope o f Tw in F alls also offe
fers
trea e n t options in Mini-Casii
leatm
sia.
x jh e b r a n c h o ff e rs lim ite
T
Ited
n•raipirccs
so
for a d d ia s. But it do.
lacs
offe
iffe r d ru g s c re e n in g a n d ris
risk
asse
issessmcnt, re ferrals for adole
liescent
« n ts, a n ed ucation an d awan
areness
less group a n d a n e arly recover
ray
grou
Toup fo r o u tp atie n t trealm cn
M t.
said
m d M ary C hristy, th e d in ic
i
ical
direc
lirector.
Th facility scrccns about
The
:^ t
padc
QUcnts a w eek and provides ou;
)utpadc
a tie n t tre a tm e n t fo r about 6S'0
patie
atients a month.
•Tlie m ajority of P o n of H op
d lients
ie n a re involved bccauscjpoe
^o f
the
le
w legal
system," Christy said.
Do th e program s work?
Do
Wa
W alker C enter tracks rcpeatet
ccd
usage
sage through surveys mailed: ti
to
fo rm er d ie n ts . Aft
A fter a y e a r 25
perccnt o f males an
a ^ 50 perccnt
of fem ales rcp o n: they
th have used
alcohol o r drugs agi
again, said Tom
Stoltman-Hamilton,
on, th e director
of community rclatic
ations a t W alker
Ccntcr.
H e said the center
le r has received
n o re p o rts o f a rres
re sts ihvolving
fo rm er p atients, bbuut th e ce n te r
u s e s o n ly su rv^cys
ey to tra c k
p a tie n ts. C o u n reci
ecords a re n o t
checked.
, , . '
No statistics on dn
c^ o rd c o h o l
relapse arc available
ble from Port of
Hope, Christy said.*•
“S h ie ssttill h a s a chip on h e r
sh o u ldlee rr,, b u t w e 're w o rk in g
through
l i tit,
, he said.
Before
g
■c going
to W alker Ccnter,
N eibaur
sj
ir said
hc lost a good job
witii Klocp
ocpfer Inc., because of his
d r in k inng.
g , H e q u it w o rk in g a t
another• job
joi because drinking was
mottiimpo
:iponant to him.
Now hhe
c is cin p ro b a tio n and
w orking
0 his b ro th e r's farm
g on
w hile hicc a£w oits his n e x t court
tJnte on1 th
th e ft ch arges. P rior to
going to>W
W;alker C cntcr h e would
do anytiiinj
hing to support his habit,
hcsaid.
A patient’s sto
to ry
o t h e r ooptions
f
In i N eibaur, 38, 0of: Paul, comJudges
a etim es send crimi:s som
p le tc d th e W alker
er 'C en tcr pron a l offend(
n d ers to tre atm e n t ceng ra m , a n d continue
lu c s in outpate r s att ssta te h o s p ita ls at
' tie n t
tr e a tm e nn tt
th ro u g h
Blackfootoj
>t and Orofino.
Alcoholics Anonjrmou
nous meetings.
Treatm
er a t th e sta te hospiment
N eibaur said h e would
wo
b c dead
tals is up
ti 120 days, b u t most
p to
o r in p riso n if n ot
I
at fo r h e lp h e
p a tie n tss sp
s] e n d SO to 70 d ay s
received,
th e re , said
aid J a m e s L a rse n , the
A fte r tw o driving
Ing u n d e r th e
c lin ic a l ssiu p e r v is o r a t S ta te
influence c h a i ^ and
Uld two driving
H ospitalI N
Niorth in O rofino. The
w ithout privileges dcharges,
u
Bollar
30-bed facility
ad
re lie s on a comre c o m m e n d e d Neib
lib a u r a tte n d
p le te j ib
abs r in e n c e
1 2 -step
W alker Center, Ndbai
ibaursaid.
approach,
B efore h c could go
gc to W alker
The rid
d eerr program is a treatC entcr h e h ad to go
0K
to th e Cassia
progra
•gram a t th e Cottonwood
R e g io n a l M ed ic al C e n te r in
correctional
nal facility.
Burley for detox.
If offende
nders com plete the proHe h a d only eaten
r o m c a lsin
n tw
gram they
ry aarc placed directly in
one month and had1 n
not k ept any
probation,
b If they violate the
1. bur
food down, living con
com pletdy on
law again,
n. tth e y fa ce im m ediate
alcohol
ja il time.. Ju
Judges re tain jurisdic“J h ad turned ycUoi
1/ow. My skin,
tion for 120
20 cdays.
fingernails and whites
tes of my eyes
D istric tt JJ u d g e W illiam H art
w ere yellow," N dbaui
a ur said. “My
said h c rec«
‘ccom m ends th e rid e r
d o cto r sa id I w ould
Id 1have been
program based
baj
on a belief th a t
d ead in two m ore w eeks."
^
people cann b<
be rehabilitated.
N d b a u r had quit■ca
canng about
H a r t miuuss t b e lie v e th e u s e r
h is c h ild re n a n d thei
hey h a d q u it
would b c moi
m
ore
productive
to sodcaring aboot him.
ety if rchabi
tabilitated, he said. He
“My d a ughter told
i ex-wife
Id my
also ta k e ss pro
pi tec tio n of society
that she n o longer wax
ivanted to sec
into account
m t and th e individual’s
m e b ecause I was alwa
Iways drtink,"
prior rwrord.
hcsa id .
:--------------------- ------Now that h e has com
xanplcted the
TTmcsJVcws
ews staff writer Lorraine
p rogram h is daughter
Iter secs him
Cfltwicr a m
in Ibc rcached in Buriey
again.
at 677-4042.
r
3
• In Buriey at 2311 I>iirk
rk l\
Ave.
from
iw ith v o lu n te e r lieln fr
Walman.
,, • In Buhl at the First Christ
tiristian
Chiirdi.
Family
, • At th e St. Bencdicis FanW enue
(M edical C en ter's Fifth Aver
Ginic.
Also sch e d u le d is a backack-toschool s a f e ty p rogram at tth e
Magic
thealth d epartm ent held by’ Nia
::enter.
7Valley Regional Medical Cent
T
lia tric '
u he C anyon V iew psychiati
hospital
also
will
have
an
inf
I
infor_
m
vi
II visit
,] ation booth. Nurses will
the Twin Falls Senior Center
Iter to
conduct
h e a lth
te sstin
tir g ,
Volunteers from several Jeror
erome
bbusinesses
will complete painti
liming
the exterior of the Jerome Senior
Seiii
j!
Center.
Almost 100 volunteers will
ill pj
partidpate tiiat day.
D ianc
n, " I ’m th r ille d ," said Diai
Boyd,
U
n
ite
d
W
ay
director,
or.
"I
i„
had a c tu a lly p e o p le savin
lying,
Iu
‘Wliat can I do?"'
use it
^x. “I t’s re a lly g re a t because
show
ilso a
Jl s w c c a re a n d it's also
good way for the Magic Valley
Iley ito
g e t f a m ilia r w ith th e U nnite
ite d
W ay.” s a id A m y L ierm an of
c
Target and a U nited Way board
boat
member,
Target
employees will work
:
Jrk at
.
the
fc
:e for
,u Ike K istle r Safe House
abused children in Twin Falls.
Is.
“W e're ju st really looking
fo
g for-^
ward to it," Lierman said.
Tlie safe house is not a Unite
nited
Wj
Way m em ber agency, but dona
iona"0
:ions cnn b e a c c e p te d onn its
it
be)
Khalf, she said.
f e m b e r a g c n c ie s includi
M
lu d e
ser
lenior c cnters, Giri Scouts,. the
th<
An
A m erican R e d C ross, V alle'
Illey
Ho
io u se an d V olunteers Agains
ainst
Vi(
/io le n c e . T h is y e a r ’s goal
al i;
is
SIC
ilOO.OOO m ore than last year.
I
United
W ay's long-term goal
)al iiis
imi
mproving th e community, and
ant
the
hc Day o f Caring fits that perp er
feci
ccdyi Boyd-soid.
“This is p a rt of saying. 'We;aarc
re
par
a rt of th e c o m m u n ity .’” she
saic
aid.
It’S O)ur
l birthciday,
butIt we’re giving
^
y^ou a gi■ift!
'
itfli
;
^:k
;
;
.
:
MWIWtMTMH.
|ohn Canick unloadf grain
rain from h it truck onto a boDdoiar
o r operated by Joe
Chandler Thoriday momlnj
Rin£ at the Simptot AstltoarM tot
<
otonBurtajr’aOvertand
Avenue. Carrick, on his way
wa; to Ofden, Utali, had to Uatei
HenfatofralnehlpiBatit
beeeuM It w st eveitoaded
ded.
.
M W
I f
^
Contlmied from B l
hom es will see th e ir rai
ra te s ju m p
fro m $ 7 .3 0 p e r m onti
) o th to $ 8 $9.68 p e r m onth; thlee ra
r te s fo r
d u p le x e s , a p a r tmleenn ts a n d
ifaobile h o m e s w ill
II r e m a in
I unchanged.
I Industrial custom ers
i
r s also
face
• higher ra tes based on1 to
to tal flow,
s u sp e n d e d so lid s and
nd o rg a n ic
: materials.
: T he bud g et am endm
e hearIment
: ing, tentatively slated
:d ffo r S e p t
: 28, will « v e r a variety
Ity 1of sm all
ite m s t h a t nnee v e r fo u n d th e i r
w ay into the
le (m ain b u d g e t-T h e
top item s indg
idude c om puter supp lie s , re p a irs a n d te le p h o n e s
($ 1 5 ,4 5 0 ), ee m
a e rg e n c y re p a ir
w ork to th et Twin
T
F a lls a irp o rt
run w ay ($ 81,0 0( 0 ) a n d s u p p lie s
fo r th e D ruug
g A w a re n e s s a n d
R esistance E
Edducation program
($5,042).
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av
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.F .e B
< calendars and mugs
;s i(while supplies last)
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up
to
win
gift
certifi
tificates
•
from
m local merchants
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B torO M sy- 7 3 3 ^ 1 . Ext
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M onday, S ep te m b er 14, 19988
Make:e room,
CONSTyW F A lTIGUE
■ Bob;) Dole,
Confronti
ting the priv hell
fornes w k i n g of life with ffibromyalgiirate
ia disorder
of coc
)olness 1
P c w jS
T h e Tlmcs-Ncw
■ 9
\
ifi-
overdo,
lo. ,
in
bed for
:al 1}
several
By Joan Bean
Tlme»Wew» cofrespondont
I R fccn tly I wasi at a party hosted by a
younger coupic, defii
lefined as “a couple that
liad not yci been bor
bom Avlien I started worrying about cholcstc
Bsterol.” You will never
g uess w hose music
sic th ese young p eo p le
w ere playing: Bobby
bby Darin's. Yes. Bobby
D arin, hepcat swingi
inger from my youth, is
cool again!
No doubt you've-• read
rci about how the H ot
New Trend amongg “i
“with-it” 20-something
people is to cschcwfi tli
the rock scene and pretend that they're swar
^varlk sophisticates living
three o r four decadcs
des ago — drinking martinis, going to nightdi
itdubs, dressing like the
la te F ra n k S in a tra
ra (n o t th e w om en, of
course; they’re dressii
issing like the late Dean
M artih ), voting for
1
or Dwight
Eisenhow er,
using words Uke “esd
i!sdie»v,’' etc. Tliis makes
m e w on d er If old tilings
thi
are cool, could I
becomc cool again?
I have not f d t rem
•emotcly cool for a long
time, thanks largelyy to
to tho relentless efforts
of my teen age son,I, wl
whose goal in life is to
m ake m e feel 3,500
y
K) years
old. Wc’U be in
fhc car, and h e’iJ say,
’
ly, "You
wanna h ear my
nc'V CD?” And I. flatie
ittered that he thinks his
.old m an might like the same music he does,
-will say "Surcl" So hc
he increases the sound­
s>-stem volume setting
ing from “4” to “Meteor
Im pact,” and h e puts
luts in a CD by a band
with a nam e like “Pu:
'Pustule,” and the next
thing I know gigantic
itic n uclear bass notes
have blown out theI ca r vdndows and activated botli tlie driver
ai passenger side air
a-and
bags, and Tm ^vrithing
ing on the floor, screaming for m ercy w ith jei
je ts of blood spurting
three feet from m y oars
H um or
DaveBany
My son then e je atss ti
th e CD, smiling conicniedly, knowing hee has
hi p urdiascd a m nner. On tho se extrem<
em ely ra re occasions
when I like one of his CDs, I im agine hc
destroys it with a blowtc
iwtordi.
My point is th a t, for some time, I have
\ie\ved myself a s beinj
:ing roughly equal, on
the Coolness Scalc, lo
10 B
Bob Dole. And then,
sud d e n ly , at th is p)arty
a n , th e se 20-somethings were playing Bobby
Boi
Darin, a singer
from my youth, an era
:ra 1known as “The Era
When There W ere A Loi
Lot Of Singers Named
Bobby And One Name
med F reddy” (Bobby
Shennan, Bobby Vee,!, ^Bobby Vinton, Bobby
RydcU, ^ v i s “Bobby"
f" F
Presley and Freddy
“Boom Boom” Cannon).
>n).
I know Bobby Darin’s
n ’s music. W henever I
h e a r h is sw in g in g vvei
ersio n o f “(O h M y
Darlin') Clementine” I si
snap m y fingers in a
happen in g “jiv e” manr
lanncr and sing right
along with these immorti
lortal lyrics: T o u know she would
It
Jdmuse
up
Dr. Randall
all Skeem , a T w in F a lls
I
■
■ in te r n is t, sai
laid m a n y p e o p le w ith ' I
fibrom yalgiaa can’t sleep, a n d w hen .1
lil T e re s a
they do, theirr ssleep isn’t restful.
B
, TW IN FA LLS - O ntil
io.sed w ith
“P a tie n ts w ith fibrom yalgia h av e
I
JC h a rb o n n c o u 'was diagnosi
fibrom
yalgia five years ago,
Ro, she had
significantly le:
less Stage 4 o r restorative
R
I
been h e a rin g from doctors
rs ithat th e
sle e p th a n no
norm al p e o p le ,” S k ee m
|
experiencs a id . "B u t in te re s tin g ly , r e d u c e d
|
fmuscle p a in sho had beenI ex
am ounts o f Stage
St
4 sleep a re o fte n
|
‘ing was all in h er head.
seen in healthy
hy individuals and people
H
First h e r wrist staned liunii
lining, then
w ith other mci
ledical disorders, b ut it’s
fl
h' back,
n her
vcryjjrominent
:nt in fibromyalgia.”
U
jher shoulder. Next it was in
then h er hips and feet.
“A nd I s ta r te d g ettin g qqu;
u ite conBccausc ther
icre a re no spedfic blood
I
cem
was getting
o r biopsy test:
sts for fibrom yalgia, h e
I
5 cd w ith the answers I ^vas
from physicians,” she said,, “Ii
“In fact, I
said it's ncccssi
ssary to m ake a diagnosis
I
wasn’t getting any answers froi
from physiof exdusion. Tl
That rules out oilier disR
dans.”
cases that can
in cause m usculoskeletal
||
Q iarbonneau was put tluT)ugli
lugli numerpain.
one camc
There also mi
must b c at least 11 out of 1|
uous medical tests, and e a d iI or
back negative, Still tlic pain pen
[xxsisted.
a possible 18 tr
trigger points locatcd in
Bj
After eight m onihs of thJs,
is ,:she was
various p arts: of
o th e body. T hese are
B
re fe rre d to th e Elks Rehabil
ab ilitation
not usuaUy tone
tndcr in normal individuif
Facility in Boise where two' ph
pliysidans
als, but quite tc
tender in large num bers
I
^
agreed she had fibromyalgiaI syi
syndrome.
of fibromyalgia
ia patients.
I
Tliat's a common form of gem
generalized
Althougli the
hc causc of fibromyalgia
I
_
p ain a nd fatigue tliai,
tiat, accordis not known, Skeem
S
said people with
I
^muscular
ing to the AnJiritis Foundation,
ion, affects
it have low Jeve
vels of serotonin, a brain
I
up to 6 million people in tliis country.
cou
chem ical trans
nsm itte r, in th e ir cereI
'
Fibromyalgia m eans pain in tJie
tJ musbrospinal fluid.
.hd e s and tJie ligaments and icndc
:ndons.
An increasee in
i Substance P in th e
■
Now 35, C harbonncau was
as ;statistisp in a l fluid ha
lias also b een found in
m
cally a prim e candidate for tlu
the disorthese people. Si
Substance P is a chcmiM
der, w hich afflicts m ostly woi
women of
cal that seems to modulate pain.
I
diildbearing age.
A n d , S k ee :m
m a d d e d , fo lk s w ith
I
H er problem s began after
jr a m inor
fibromyalgia ap
appear to have a low er
H
ccja r a c c id e n t in 1993, A cou
co u p ic of
pain threshold,
vy,eeks la te r , severe pain sprt
w
spread all
Sym ptom s in
in general a re stiffness' I
ov
over h er body. Along with tliis,
s
is,shew
as
and a ch iness ii
in th e m uscles in th e
I
having trouble concentrating.5.
tnink, hips and
d around die shoulders,
■
^ t c r tlie d ia g n o ^ , she was
rt
^s referred
and often also ii the lower backj butt__ 9
'TO a 'b lo fc cd b a ck s p e d ^ is t: iiTBoise.
in
locks and neck,
k. Other problems often
H
T lh a t h e lp e d w ith th e sle ejp
p d( isturgo along with tb
this, su d i os migraines,
i||f
ba
bance slie w as expericndng.
Plea
lease see FATIGUE. Page 85
*
Dave Bany is a humor
or ccolumnist forthe
Miami Hcmld.
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“Wake all of them cows
Twsup"
rHiey don't write them
lem like that any more,
They can’c They have been
bee medicated.)
I rem e m b e r goingi to a re co rd hop —
that's right, an actualI record
rei
hop — in the
gymnasium of H arold1C.
C. Crittenden Junior
High in Armonk, N.Y., w
v here they played
“Mack the Knife” mayb<
jybc 14 times and we
all danced the Jitterbug.
“8The Jitterb u g was a dance
d
wherein you
rem ained in actual, phy;
physical contact with
your partner — what kid
kids now call “touchdandng." I grew u p at the
tJ tail end of the
touch-dancing era; after
fte r th at, w e s ta n e d
doing nonrtouch dances
c e s — th e J e rk , th e
Boogaloo, the Cosine, the
the Funky Downtovm
Rutabaga, etc. Later in the
t ‘60s, songs got
longer and dance standar
idards got looser, and
you often lost visualI contact
co
alto g e th e r
with your pan n er, somet
metimes winding up,
days later, in completely
tely different states.
This was foUoM’cd by the disco era, during
which you and yo u r pan
partner m ight touch
b rie fly , b u t o n ly foorr th e p u rp o s e o f
exchanging narcotics.
, .
So for decadcs, th e^ only
on tim e you saw
touch-dancing wzs a t wedding
wei
receptions,
w hen th e band — as required
req
by federal
wedding-reception la w — played “ Bad, Bod
Leroy Brown,” and guests
Kts age 73 and older
would hobble onto th e floor
flo< aiid do th e Fox
T ro t while, youn g er peo]
)cople g y rated randomly around them.
But now touch-dandng
mg IS back, and Pm
c x d te d about it, bccausc
use — ask anybody
w ho has seen m e a t a wc
wedding reception
a fte r th e b a r opens —
- II con still do th e
J itte rb u g . D esp ite w hat
h at m y son th in k s,
m aybe I am cool again.. Pm
Pr thinking about
putting a tube and a half
lalf of B ry laeem in
• ray h air and going to a swank
swa n ig h td u b .P d
sau n ter up to the. bar, order
ord o dry martini
and settle back to soak up
up the scene; then,
w hen a really “swinging”
S” ssong cam e on, Pd
g e t to m y feet and “wow”
tv” ithe younger generation w hen I, in a suave
ave and sophisticoted m anner, th riw u p orj1 m
m;y shoes, because
m onim s m ake m e dck.
T h en P d go to bed , bee
b ecause Pm 3,500
years old.
ue"'
Fadgue
is always
lys
ne.
with me.
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model
* wears a ileaveleii dreti wit!
roldersd pearl* during a Parli fashlor
bfold
wlllumprsii
rsiented thia summer by Ollvlsr Upli
,hi«„
hlon ihow
t
^PWui
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OK, so it reco v ere d som
son e tb e n e x t
n la r k e t ris e s ,
day. Possibly because thei
there a re som e
slion skirts in that catalog
tc
igtoo.
But still, you might diink
ith le n g th
link the fosfaioQ
folks wouldn’t ta k e such
h dchanccs w ith
tlic nation’s economic well-b
^-being.
n e n ’s s k i r t s
“Fasliion is about change,
nge," commentcd Robert H. G nibcr, progr
Dgram director
Knlght-Rlddor Nofor design and m crdiandiai in D rcxd
U niversity’s fash io n depa
jpartmciit. “If
It didn’t seem all thot ominous a t the
sldns have be en short for
o r ;a iM e . it's
time.
tim e to do som ething diffe
m crait. That’s
txt
appears somebody should
what designers think about
nothing last spring when
“And change can be good
1
odfordieccoo.
But now it ap
^ d fashion designers as
omy if consumers like it and I
h av e said some
1 . D onna K a ra n , L in d a
But th e H em lin e T h eJory
o r h a s b een
such high-powft
arolina H errera w ere all
proven c o rre a over and over
C a lv in K lein,
e “in” sk in for fall would
To d tc a few examples:
1 hen minia W
A llard ond Cor
nid-colf or the ankles,
skirts w ere introduced inithalS60s,the
thi
saying that t h e '
should h av e sa id som e- •’ stock m a rk e t — an d thlee ee c o o o m iend cither a t mil
h
noooooooo.”
Or.
“(juicki
soared. W hen hem lines can
S om ebody •sl”
sh
1987 (after a period of sh oo rts
rt: k m s a n d a
thing like: "Oh i
designers know about the
I
bull
market), th e economy
Get thesdssorsl'
l ysS O l ^ ^
ry of the Stock Market?
you
will recall th a t in the: rraa p d ly nsrng
Don’t these dc
t stock prices go up an d
im arket of re c e n i years, hi
Hemline Theory
^ ■ fa s h io n
skirts have mostly b ^ a ^
I t holds t h a' t ;
' What m akes th e recent bovediekxiee.
coil
down with th e r
cnrnrideoceof
ff. But no sooner d id long
Ilow hemlines and plun^ng
line in women’sap
s p e ar in th e sto res —
lg sstodc prices
<
even
m ore threatening iss th
You can scoff.
th e ^ th a t
pictures
a
whole
bunch
of
s
some odier oft-quoted “econo
sk irts for fa ll a]
nnomicindicaatalog for its X ^bor D ay
t
tors”
have also indicated bad
Strawbridge’s pii
sadnews.
ka-boomi The Dow Jones
For exam ple T he SuperrBBto td lb e o ty .
them in
cntl
ts second-longest dive in
I is said that if a
It
that
sale — when, ka
a tbId o n g e d to
t e N atio n a l F o o tb a ll Lea
th
average took its
L«ague w hen
history.
II m ost ca
ases, cosnmetics
Diice (doesr
5n’t equal quality
gr;
SS
lies appear on t ^ sun.'Bad'r
P»td«
S r.
“ W ppen in th e economy. Andj
mJj l•
ts, ‘
91, a peak 5C3T for son q>o(s;
w a s r o u ^ Jl
year for stocks and a year •*cf .
iltn^tdes. Jolm Nese, neteo--;
to--,
t tfae Ftrankiin Institute, says
a irit; has been inaeasing. I t »
paxtt in 1994 (w!ien die Dow!
^
started kaping op): tbe
d of maxmnmi acxhrity is fore--}
T h e ^w n Snow Index stroposedly ;
t»«3M sth<
the ecooomy on tbe basis of '
vrttedierdK
o fe B a x m on the 9ooDd iidd BoStODCOOl
Oinstmas(B 0od)arnot(badX
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te ris g lo osy.
S I b e & eettng C ari Index
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This one B *Uom ati£
it •■
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said Jobn Hentandts; I
s.
Si
spokesD anfi
\ for Amencaa GnedngsCxi
Itis a & c t,bbee saors, tfaat wfam coosm ien'
r» a r e n e r r o uuss about th e economy and
ul.^id a a * tw a n ta
to q x n d a kc on gifts, diey r
a a n p e c s a te
E lby accoapanying a small'*
^ witfa a llaa i ^ card. Tims, increased*'
sl*sales of larsc'
^ caidsiw ficatesbadtim a.' i-
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Drawing people out
oi
■p>'
, V J.
For those of you
can’t
around oth er people, Uien
dcbilitadng*fomi of anxiety
people into exfrpm e introvi
ro v e rtsc a n b e
controlled, a t le ast for dhieeA: o c tte n n .
widi die antidepressant P&xi
^ a s tu d jrin
the Journal of th e A m eria
xicanB& dical
A ssodadon found. Mininn.
ions of people
arc afflicted w ith die dison
sorder, k n n n i
as generalized social phobia.
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amaj
n ^ g tren d s in th e world of co
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is how expensive skin-care the
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pro more
cosmethove
ive becom e, and not ju st a tf tht
C o sM E m cs
mcetic
ti s c o u n te r s b u t a t a ll vei
indu
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n
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/en Avon h a s been raising price
PaiaBeeoui
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one
t
le thing
to com plain obout a mcrdtils.
Gu«
or Orlane
Oi
product costing tlidusan
Guerloin
dollaj
illars a p ound, b ut nowadays thci
isahds of
B b o H I . ;er b uy th a n L ancom e
some
me eyebrow-raising prices a t the
store
jrc too. T ake A lmay Time-Offthere
Wr are
Radiance Boostpr a t $45
the drug^ is n ot a b e tteici c should be an issue
Defei
jfense C ap su les w ith ftlicro-Fi
Wrinkle
Vitobolic D eep Rare
b
w hid
lid i cost S12.49 for 0.29 ounce.
\
equal; w hy sp end
>-Fillers,
^ ounce. P ric ave to? But don’t be misyou
d th e m ath , th a t comes to
u do
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products ai « tag on a p ro d u a that?s
an ounce,
ou
$689.10 p e r pound! •£.
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0 $43,07
more tJian you hav
w lat?
hat N ot m u ch . T his is m erely
dnuscule fraction o f an
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a low m c e i cam inC isno bargain,
cones
nes, slip ogent, w ater, watcr-bir
•ely/ sili- ‘ ^ ndiculously min
ogent
jnts, and som e vitamins. Avon
lut this issue of cost vs.
ounce. Avon's vita)
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rmula C T reatm ent Capsules -binding
cos
irage you to sta rt paying
)n Anew
pointing out :t p er ounce a s w ell as
for 0.41
0.^ ounce i n 30 capsules. Thot’;
cost ^ 9
content to encoura
a n ou
ou n cel T h e s e p ric e s a re righ
. Somotiraes the p rice is
lot’s
$46
a
tte
n
tio
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to
cost
i
Uicre
•ICw ith departraent-store prices.
•ight
P®*’ p roduct S^ I have been seeing ads
Pric
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q up
:es.
quite misleading,
ty , aan
lalr care products and of
n d th e n a m e o n th e p roduct
d e a r PAULA;I’s
I hair looks be au tifu l
noth
k g to do w ith w hether o r thqualih in
not
are ge
getting an effective product luct
thoi has ' for ThermaSilk hall
iddng, any truih to their
not you
course the m odel’s
Uves up
uj to its claim , f l should point
can protect h a ir from
that< can
ads are so endcys^lingtools.
t h att vvitamin C is one of the most
oint
that they c « E ,N E W Y O R K C n Y
« d cosmetic ingredients these
c out
overdamage
caused
by
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n consider purchasing any ist
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a fte r years <
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tha-i
yearns S u pKT
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m er AFL)D«
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tips on how a n d w here^toenjoy^
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widiadier«zi
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A weak responsee
Whatcam
ncerrise?
Has some big ox been Iddd
ito s a o d iii
your face? I h e Charies Ada
W io s trt^
training program, wfeose ai*oBerai97.
d s«
pound w eaklings th e cham
back, w ants to k ic k off aa cco a y tb a ^
“WeVe got 70 years of adva
Iverdstng dollars out diere," says Je &^e yC H y g .
who bought C h arles A tla
lass :
from
Atlas’ surviving cofounder.
r. n“ n ie sam e
i h a rle s A tla s is synonym
C
lymous w ith
T O < ™ ,th e bh fa tid n a ia ea f wfaicfais- tfi
Rota^oeldL a■ttfae
t
ages of 2 ,4 and 6 -:
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CqRll«idfcaiiB4
irrita b le b o w el synd
^ndrom e a n d
b
mboddisturbaaces.
M aryann WUcox,^ 54,
S o f Twin
QWlMlltltl
•«*
_L.
Falls, h a s all o f thlese
est w ith h e r
1
0a fiTo^infifdSwdw;:
. ; Aimbd
mpUBtithecauM brArenyiltfi ItI,..■
fibrom j’algia. A nd am
oci ong o th e r
'charscterte
ladbywkte^pra^ihuKW ^: unin
ntotowt, reseaftfien hMMMoirir-'
things, sh e experienc
en c e s num blostelatalJpaln,fBtieM«ndmultipto
pt
- ttM
tf
heorte about a u s ^ or trlOMi for
ness a n d tin g lin g in
in 1h e r h a n d s
tanderpolnti
iW».*T«(idrpolnti*.tBfct*
tta'disaeM '■
and arm s and severeedizziness.
di
totsndemM
nmthatoccunlnpiM^'
mp.aclehtfaa'baleve tMt th e Wu
WUcox sa id sh e is
is a lw ay s in
kcalladim
^
|rpi%im daiaedlqranintdtyot.'
pain, e rc o during sleep
eep.
- n ^ v X nne.
e . 8houW»afldh|p*.%T-^-'
T H w ake up and get:
get into anoth"Pooplewltht
Iththis
also.
Ij
erit^ne(vous.«riitem. RbcQo^toa
e r positica wfaere n11
i feel
f
b etter,
axpertencea
vy t e m ocfatD dw im changnir.
an d th e n 111 s ta r t hui
h u rtin g , s o l
lfig«lffl»m,
WM(»rr>«taboBsm;-md»M
'
wake 1 9 a n d g et into
i
to a different
•-^WBe. awJa
nUrtyorbOw ’syiitfuinr.-— * 7^
ecfoesed blood1to«r;cwsk«tk«UB
poBtfcn,** she said. “Th
’ I h a tg o e s o n
nd decraMiMttmngih. O ttm ' "
aO night wfaile n n tryin
rying to sleep,
AccordingtotheAmeffcanCoBejoof^^
to t
and it^s d ifflcu lt to0 st
enM O te^ndrom em aybeti^
s ta y in th e
RheumoblOfl
deep Stage 4 restorative
Bred ty an infBCihXBagertthuM tt
civesleep.’*
-tbSinnDonA
Stilfhess is also a1 problem
pr
for
occurelnwDi
Vina, bl tuteapUbto people, but no
wDmeAor'cMMMM«^,
Wilcox. W hen she’s•bbee e n sitting
butchUdran.
ucti agent has baen'identtfled.' “
an. the elderlyand men can
foi
III
fo r a w h ile
^ b e a f frfected.-':
ec
' ■.*«"
n ’s d ifficu li
I-----See related
to s ta n d u p
nosed, ihc symptoms
syi
can becomc
“Paii
Pain a n d fatigue."
a»"
n d w alk .
much worse
s tn y - B 6
se following accidents
Ale w ith & s , Stuigeon als<
Along
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or emotional stress or
sufft
jf f e r e d h e a d a c h e s, ir r ila b h
sta
cnl iUnesses,” he said.
bowe
3wel syndrome and numbness.p
one place, sh e h as to
1 ove h e r
lo m
For Jo e Sti
Sturgeon,
64.
of
Twin
?I“ Ic a n ’t do th in g s w ith mj
legs befare walking.
Falls, it was
as a fa ll on stairs 13
hand
m d s.” h e said. "They j u s t <
dc^0
“I h ave to pace m yse correctyears ago. His
His fibromyalgia sympnot
o
Jt cooperate.
iheyYe numb, anc
ly,” she said. “If 1 oven
v e rto , r m i n
toms started
:d aalmost immediately.' myy aarm s go dead. I can’t bend
bed fo r several days.
s. IF ao g u e is
“I c o u ldIn’t
n ’ g e t up. I had to
over
fCr
w
ithout
having
severe
pair
always with me."
^
, .
u n k in k wh<
trhen I was s ittin g
-inmy
my lower back."
Sbe said h e r fibromya
ny^cam e
d ow n, layin,
’ing dow n, walking.
Bot CFIDS and fibrom yal^a
Both
on in th e w ake of anotf
lotho- condlg ettin g o utI of
0 : the car," he said.
are
r a l disease s, Skeem said.
e re
tion. A fter being b itten
ten by a tick
____________
in 1982, she developed
ed ]Lyme dis■ ■ ^ ■ ■ 1
ease a n d was very ilL. H«
H e r d o a o rs
were n ot fam iliar widi
th 1Lyme disiTC
r o u
D i g e s t iI vv e S y s t e m "
c a « a t th a t tim e, and
n d it w asn’t
A C o m m u n i t y E d u c[cation
a:
until 1991 thatshe-w as ddiagnosed
Class
Sponsored tjy;
by an internist in S altL
a
iL ak eC ity .
by:
The Lyme disease, she
she said, led
to chrom’c fa tig u e and
Jid im m une -dysfunction ^ n d ro mle.
e . F o r this,
_
th e in te r n is t p u t h e r (o n in tr a ­
venous antibiodcs. Still,
till, sh e had
pain tb a t wouldn't go aw;
n t e r . P X X .C .
away.
_ D igostlvc H ealth Conte
So in 1993 s h e w?en
e n t to th e
T e d L . R e a , M J ) . , IF J L C .G ,
Mayo O inic, vrtiere a rheumatolorhe
ifgmberofSotUlum IdahoiUtdleal
Ift
Croup
g is t d ia g n o s e d he:
h e r w ith
fibconyalgia.
A . P r o c t o r & G a m b l e RReei p r e s e n t a t i v e
Skeem said d u tm ic: fat
fatigue synVI
W i l l B e I n O u r C l i n iIcc t o D i s c u s s
drom e a i ^ fibromyalgia
Igia sh are a
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the other.
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ie to check w ith th e ir doci
)ctor,
an d h a v e him bc y o u r p a rti
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a very active partner
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has found m us
usd e
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stre
stretching
— and walking h d s
her. So do the hot tub, goodiclp
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1 cat-
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thing off a n hour
1
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bedtim e
to feci ready forr sleep.
sli
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k e c o m fo rt i n prayer.
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u l types o f m ood
th erapy body loti
ot}°ns.,and I u se
one that has the:bbL
lra d for stress;"
Charbonneau said,
ud. And m y husb and will m b th
tha
a t on my b ack
and I can rub it on
on my shoulders
o r whatever."
Joe Sturgeon, 64.
64 ,o f Twin Falls, h a s h o d fib rom
m yj a lg ia fo r 13
years, and during
ng th e last th ree
has foUowcd a regii
igimen that helps
him . F o r o n e . hhe
e u se s a p a in relieving cream on
on his head and
n e c k w hen th e: ddisc o m fo rt is
severe.
,
.
“M y w ife w ill
.1 rru b m e dow n
w ith that, and nine
in e tim es out o f
te n tim e s it ta kkes
e j e v e ry th in g
aw ay w ithout hovii
iving to do anything else,” hc said.
id.
Sturgeon doesn’t
1 e prescripI’t tak
tion drugs for this,
b occasionals, but
ly ta k e s an Eixxttra -S tre n g th
Tylenol. He reliess can
01 visits to his
chiropractor, exerdj
ro se, good diet,
eiglit o r m ore gJassc
isses of water a
day and a vitamin,
in, m ineral ond
antioxidant supplcmi
timent.
“I have the attitui
itu d cT m going
to beat this bccausc
JSC of whot rm
doing, and Tm living
ng so much better,” he said. “I will
^ not go back
to tlie woy I was,”
M aryann Wilcox,
'X, 54, of Twin
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I ccondit
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sk ed to
fc a facilitator for th c Tre.
be
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V
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f, three years.
for
But many people w ere finding
fii
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ctings,
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ids
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le a d s w e g e t,” saidd Police
1
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JenyM endex. “ We're
re looking for
an y o n e to com e fo
n a rd w ith
o rw
anything. A lot o f tim
tin es pe o p le
sec t h i n ^ b ut they do
don’t call th e
police because they th
think it’s too
s illy ^ B u t th e r e is nnoo th in g too
minnie, too silly o r too;
00 stupid."
D etectives have got
gone door to
door to comc up with
th witnesses,
b ut th e ir efforts so far
a r have b een
fruitless.
n co nfoi
(fo u n d s th e p o lic e .
Mendez said,
T h i s htaappp e n e d a ro u n d 7:30
p jn .
« a t 7:46 p jn . thatet was
evening. Iat happened
h
oo a p o h h
a n d n o on
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sail police a re investi.
g a tin g repoi
I p o n s o f a d a r k b lu ^
vehicle in th
tlw
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I
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IDAHO FALLS, iho (AP) —
sfant down tfae
tfae reactor in 1994
A group of nuclear s«d e n ^
afte r deddin*
ing to abandon th e
and engineers has fiiH
researdiperfa
rfonned there.
s u it a g a in st th e I
n il m ain tain s th e
I>epartment over tfae sb
rted a federal law
o f a re search re actoo r a t d ie
Idaho National En^neen
s a repon outlining
eeriagand
storv
• “ eenw oiiBmwd ita l im pacts of
EnTironmental Laboratn
m a ttim je c ts .
Thc group, called Co
Coalidoo
21, bas asked a judge
3 ^ they haven’t
S ei t o ^
pend shutdown aoirities
tiesattfae
sau
Experimental Breeder R
FoimdatioD repren until an exhaustive- em
ex iroosenting tfae engi
n g in e e n a n d s ^
mental review is done.
lists.
The reactor was opera
by
A ndrew SSm
e ith, a U .S.
Argonne National Tj boratoryKot
Departm entof
ofJustice l a w ; ^
West for 30 years, riN»^ ways
re p re s e n tin
« g th e E nergy^
to make reactors bom their
tlK own
D epartm ent,
r
, refused
to comfu e l and solve p a rtt o f th e
m emontfaesoi]
n it filed in federal
nation’s nudear waste problem.
in
distiict coartinBccse.
in :
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n ly sa y tfae goTOn-
•e going from place to
p lo co 'o s'p
f
1 people
call in, b u t in .
m places there^ Just DOpli
many
to pump It.” Pocatello Ffi
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PACs aiTMdy
lre
focus on
Caagnssunal
oaleieovns.
“In twoyyc
ears Idaho will be
retfiarictiiK
a
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tp n cc ss win result in
n m k ^ s la■tive
t ii scats from urban
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tfae needt of Idahd’r
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1 several
neighborhoods'
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BOISE, Idaho (AP)
P )_ U i* o
has a new pnli^ir-^| ^action committee dedioted to dec
den ia g sa te
officials who uoderst
irstand tfae
importance of tfae state'
ate’s agnailture and natund lesoiBi
MBoeindBStries.
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Members of the newi;
ewiy formed
A g nculture and N atural
Resource Industry PA<
PAC m et in
B ^ last week to oipm
BxniK!,elect
ollicers and assess ongoi
ignngfund■raisiogaairities.
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^ f a a s o n llected $17,000 andd an
j o th e r
54300 has b o a pfcdpsi
gcd, aoconlmg to Emmett randMrjim
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tfae organin tiop^ newrc>MiinvtiL
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C en lei. P ,0 , Box S66
56. '
i^ H e r m a n se n .
ushootlng
A
ID
8
3303-0546.
fai
s
involvod.
Conyoubloshc
...................... ‘
~ REMEMBER
\
rax
to
Jerome,
Idaho
or
coniaci
aci
irv'a Westland
^
Timed, need
208-734-5538 or e-ma
ThalU
an ot
Tia/I to
Homo Health, 324-4301,
»61le Bulck Isuxu
tact Sharon
t 543-6401.
At binhday ad you placod
Oldsmot
Jl,
1------------------- for tomp. posliloritlion. Apply twkiod®mteron.not.B
■
extension
209,
EOE.
some time ago in The
Isi
Isadrug-rree '
Aft you pisnn
•nnij^a rj^vi?
ot: AmoriprkJo.
». 4(
403 Moin ___________________
'
Cnm*9-Ndw»?Nowtothe
w(
workplace
Ou»JlWd«j»
------- MEDICAL
timet
me to come pich up your
In Vw rtghl «
HABVEST
CNA'S
lh*hem*)fou.
ICES
Scale porson A parts r
r«">^
FAMILY SERVICE
^ . - ‘S-Sion-On Bonus.
cSS
>.
ner for com harvest, Wl
— ---------------. TECHNKMAN
•,
f t APT shifts availat)!*.
Fomilv
•
Coll 208-423-42
Poy lor expofionco, shin
in
I n v .S S .Kimaoieptlno
'S
---------—
know1od{
ditforontlal and bonofil1
oDOE.423^209
oppllcattons
for
F
fwFamUy
107
putersWi
pockago Including paid
d
Serv^Technidai
red. Send resume:
DRIVER
ABORTION
preforroc
ildan.work- Somlriis Vogoloblo Sd
Seeds
Umo-oH, EOE. Can Pat
lltcholl. P.O . Box Expor. shon
io n haul iruck
lA oiadron
iB currently accept
ALTERNATTVES
P .o''««(
ipting
Rassmusson RN or appiy
My
917, Albh
**
Jblon. Idaho.
drivor. PT/F
TIFT opohlngs.
/Kotchum
O D D l l c a t l o n s8ff 0 r
If* POfson ai;
ri48Ji
area. Jmot 208-85
— --------------------'
PfUQH
Can 324-7141
<^853^116,
tom^niyopcJrJnSsin
I in irs
BrldgeVJew Estatas
£QIU»CYC«8ISCCKTER nAMKtuo
FHEE
TESTING
BANKlNa
f
ualion
^B28 BrIdgtVlew Blvd.
em/ DtekBTn
‘0- Sood Evokial
FARM
Raspberry
TELLER
DRIVER
734-74
4 ^ 4 7 2 -eOO<}71-7472
sIcoI
TVrIn Falls, ID 83301
L aboratory Physli
ror. dollvorino
"Oodod. Coll VenfBo?™
Var
CENTRAL CREDIT
Tnx* Drivor
very Berry Pu,i,„ unll. locatofl
it ie s i? lB ?
Fam»s423-007t.'•
UNION
commodlUo
21120Hwy. 30. Th(
108
I •Port llme
ne. 20-25 hrs/wk.
Valloy aroa'
tt
«Jr.»UtiWh,nyouwrti#
eayoarround. fa RH
positions Will roqui
PROFESSIONAL
•Noedflox
loxible schedule.
Call 324-si
drtvor. pit
Ability lo follow dlroctli
<v*»iool tractorrd^^
SERVICES.
• No week)
jr
okondwork.
namo aliumiJffii*’
ft n
AnumborM
packor/com. Top
1
ropwages.
In exact delall; Mon
•StSfUngw
---------Jwogo$7.60«OOE.
423-4269
269
dexterity wtth small llo>
=1
I moUvaled person
DRIVER
-------------Ability 10 remain focui
5ANKRUPTCY %SSSu
1 salos oxporlonco Circle A Cons
onslrucilon will
mrh
MEDICAL
In an envlronmoni m
UChaptoraAGielatod
who will
ill provide excoptaking) applicailons
oi
CNA-S. Nood rosponslblo}
ComchoDDorooo
oporoior,
liiilo physical ocllvl
cases. Freo UHephooe
tk)nalBer>
lervtcetomembors.
stoning on1 Aug.
Ai 18.1990 iJ ^ ^ u ib & c coi.
CNA's for homo caro
r t wages.
Ability lo lift 25 poun
in porson ot 849
lor truck drivors,
driv
loodor
servicos. Somo imir.g
MB
Willingness to wear i
538-7;
18-7780 000-548^2168
pSSlJvi"
o Road. Twin Falls,
oporaiors,
J, dlspotchofa
d
_______
-------------proprtate
personal
prot
^mH.Mufl>erry
and mochank
antes for 1990FARM
D
tlvo equipment: Doponi
r ---------------------99 sugar boot
bo se a so n . Expor. sllago stoigo
ZSyrswqMriofKO
cASHlER
;" S ;
TJMeoOor
“ J
DOrson 01:212 or oporaiors. Days,
BANKRUPTCY
MAPAA
VAUTOPAms
S E , S S \vo.
C
C ui s t o m ,
through 0-10-98 from10:30
0
mpetnivo rotes on Chap- Islooklng'
lOlorloojlM mlo.
E T J C ' drivor must P T /F T .J A C .c
MEDICAL
usAC D Lw tih
LLC. 734-6Q21B_______
tor
or 7 bankiuptdes. Coll
dividual'
o.m. to 4:00 pm. EOE
J . l i t, „ 0 J 01, 1.
OE.
CNA/NA position ovollablo0
ndorsomonts. -----------------------:* 'f'
They’re fast,
fas they’re easy, and they
| results!
efl Stoker at 734-6452.
lu desin ------In 92 bed (odilty. Variouss
jy get
In; tnjck drhrofs.
LABOR
S ' ? " :onalruellon
shifts ovoilablo, Plooso
is Experienced troct
lANKRUPTCY
IW S 6 .0 0 p e rh r.
? n o q u o ?I2ocp p o n u n ity
✓
✓
contact
Terri MUIor oi Loil
To find out rtiore, call toda;
day!
BAt
fi
machlnory ofy S S ,'r a r
Relief From Debt
Inga EObortolQoodlnoRohab,3,
■
Immedlato openlm
^ Coll324-7140,B
an o fresh starti
and
15MHJI
-------------- ★ Factory-oll shifts
2O0-934-5GO1.
f|.
DRIVER
noxlbio
prWoQ
Twin vin Fails. ID.
* Horvost holp
MEDICAL
Dtni
Oollvory driver
i
I>ennls S. Voorhees
rA cuiPn
w noodod
wfth PH pockor drivor
fo corn. * COL Drivors
ir for
Immodiolo oponlngs for
f---------------- J
C all73W 000
? S !:? r
inn rocord, AoColl 543-8631.
* Constnidion
sOosisisnowhlrCNA's, LPN^s, A RN's InI
^^freeconsultaUoi.
-------------- * Foridlfl
3.% luoL^eaJ ^
^
------.* ‘ h t t p ; / / W W 'w.m
W . aglcvalley.com [a d p a n e
a cashier to work
0
tho Monlc VoUoy A Cassia
WILL DO HAND
• various
» shifts.
a
Apply in DRIVER
W anted dopondt
County atoa,
S iN T O :
Wl
I
S
S
S
”'""’’
i
:
( 2 0> 8 )) 7 3 3 ^ 3 1
OUILTI
; T ^ o r - s Oasis, Exporioncod
O
dClossACOL
« [ » • . tnx* drtvors
IILTINQtNMYHOUEl
733-7300 or 670-4040
*Woldofo
324-4577--------------- No. Of (ho
> J
Youf #1 choi«
ho Hanson Brklgo.
driver. HauUog
UngAoricuRural
chine operators
wico lof online Ojuainocs.
?.ffor
TOP PAY-N O FEE
lilieslocolly
^
Iiorvest.
rii, n
733-7300 « 678-4040
---------- ------------------ , CASHIER,
iH. 32 hours por
aftor 6 monrns.
I'O CDL req
'" S S S , ?A ;sick leave
oqulp. Joromo area
p e r s o n n e Tll
HOMBHEALTH
IZ on d l
LEGAL NOTICE
foran o fl^ rt.
Pfooao. Call 678-82
Pfoosocanfori
: e l e g a l n o t ic e LEGALNOTICE
i
CAHE SERVICES
ply .lD M
MEDICAL
AB Supply InTF.
mental324
324-7407J
FARU
Mountlan Vlow Ca/o Contorr
HACTICASST.
DRivER--------Wanted general form
lam hand
has oponlngs lor CNA’S
^^NVTTATION FOR BIOS
SISTED C O lor an
)S
The Idaho Oopoitmont of INQ/AQENDA:
ll
A SSIS
-----end NA’s. Ploaso apply
A BWs will bo recotvodI t>y
by Lands resorvos tho right to RatKicailon
Hoy
iruck
drive
F
irlvor noodod.
o( rules adopt*
♦
*
In porson ol 500 Polk St,
earned.
734-7077
Homonlghb,n
;,iho Idaho Dopartmontt oolf rojoctanyorolibids.
i
s
j
j
j
j
i
j
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
ts,
mostlyk)cal
plvoi
oxperlen
ci
o by CommiBBlon; prood
East, Klmboily,
]LnndB until 11;00 AM on
xnoni
Pavde^
required.
Sond
re
y
,
.
Goodequlpmo
posod rules (ot-an emor- cNA ni
Tont- ------------------------- -------ld^**lhos- The Timos-Nows is currei
iSopIember 2 9 . 1SS8. (or
for , PUBUSH: Soptomber 6.8 . .gOOfwy closure of oast sWo h m o
jn through tho hd£???■ J ," ° ’'J
ly accepting opplteaOor
ions MEDICAL
following:
r o^! " ' ” " '" '
s . i s ' s a " .- 10,12and14;iB9a
o 0lB lgG afheUnll53.1999 ^
nmod start. Cusoonoresum
------------through Mond^. Sopt
apt
RN-Asst. Director of
“
S
'
™
-ITBIUMPH MlNETAIUNGS
GS -------------- ------------------ --n nonrosidont deer and elk
— .
lorvlco oporoior.
21,1990 (ortho posKk>n
FRONT DESK
onof
Nursingposttkxiavailatjlo.
NOTICE OF PUBUC
j HL£ REMEDIATIONI
jA «coivi^.W ln:
1 6 M E a s9 9
log Quoms, 1999 nonrosiA
Uon ovolI.
Dl$trtet Sotea kUn»gt
i^er
Full-time evening shift,
From dosk poslllon
KEARtNQ
d
J
• \PROJECT
113-------- S5JJK
^ o d f lo o m u s t .
Ed*n.tOfl
dont
door and elk tag out- I —
„
Dr. holpful
to begin woik Immediat
Computor oxpor.
h
lateHouse supervisor duties
SEPTEMBER IS. 190S I flttorsotasldes, l999outflt- I
i ,T»feW o « b locatedd e6
CHILD CARE
lift 50 lbs..
C
s.. detail orionlod. n R r v i ^ ~ ~
oniaci:
ly. This Is o full timo ont;
but will troin. C
Coi
flUy.
Including odml33lons.Salov
' 7:00 PU
trtor onocoUon, log ca(»’by
imlloc.horthoaat of Hailoy,
• ! SE R V IC E S'
Moaiosuir
umo lo: P.O. Box n i R X - „ se
. . tt Full time
olborg Inn
l«vel monogomeniII
ojy based on experkince,
,^d OTY COUNCIL CHAMBER » elk zone, ond commordal
•IflatTOi twd cofulsts of mino
< 181 Twin F
>flngs Rd,
position woriiing wtthIth
tho
competitive benefit
oute driver.
IM 8 Worm Sptlnfi
•WO Mdomallqn woric Tbo
rbo
. 120UAD(80N8T.W
»
340 or coll
WuthcarriofslnthoTwl
rwin
pockoge. Induding 40 IK.
CDL and curKetchum. 10 63340
U.
Musl hove CO
, KIMBERLY. IDAHO "
'JostlrAatod c o st o f th,1is,
IQAPE CHRISTIAN CLERICAL
Foils aroo. You musl pospo
EOE
Pot RasmussenI
:ol c a ^ Will
(200)720-5381
aproU bct la m o ro th aan
n For tho Purposo of Hearing »»
W>OL&CHILDCARE. Immedlaioo
0 openings forex------------sessoxcoUontUmee
RN or opply In poreon et:
Dllc
PublkjCommonia
di
An Idaho Public
:o d 8ecrolarios,
hovopro-em
lenln gs available In
poriencoc
employm ent GENERAL
lOod
BridgeVlew S ta te s
managomeni skills ooo
rod Hogarding Ihe Inaeaso In ih
JWorfcslUcwwi Is roQulrod
Id caro & pre-school,
bookkeepe
i . j ^ i n por- Earn While you loon
■oami Pocommunication skills^
and
1628BrW9eVliwBhrd.
jto b ^ c ^ o t o b M o n ihJlaS-. S ^ R RATES (CHANGE J
n 734-3693 or visit us
733-7300
oning
the ability to worii wtth
«h
TwtnFalfe. ID 83301
o^Tano
nd 5pm.
'’P®'’*
'' for
4d.
iN^RATE STRUCTURE) ^ IndMduals wtth disabiHlproj«ct4Tha suecftssful Wdpm
motuoss maker
anc
)£ U
fldor must provldo porfororThe Cfty of Wmborty has |j<
MEDICAL
lies may roquost meeting
“ 'rom
edge operator, On U
•*“*'_______
imanco and poymont bonds
,es proposed to Increase sow- qaccommodations
,
k * * * *
iraTning, full timo
pc
RNAJ>N-Fun-tlmo night
by con- a t ^HOME
o u mom would like
0 position
AmanagertoloVperi^ic*
w s
3n- pr rates by an anxxmt that tal«ciJnoil»Di™ao,Vomco
ioach for 100% of tho con­
with
benefits.
Api
^
shift for sklllod nuiSng
DRIVERS
caro (or your child.
- n ir---------------------*i
ful exceeds one hundred five at
t a c t amount. Succossful
unit. Long-lonn care
at tho Idaho Oopartmem of
Rofa
^
Exper, Flatboi
bod D rivor.
Is. a* exper. 735-6172
Iof
porcont of tho current foo. nFish and Gamo directly 01 - S S
experience pceforrod,
ii
1 Mattress
Daniel W alo^
o n ist/ S e r v ic e
needed: for Oc
fld • Th« increased mios are 2C
jwofkofs eomponsatlon ond
208-334-5159 Or through
Ci
Compotttlvopoyandben•d Ave. S.
77m
CHILDCARE
aecrotor)
iry.
M
usi
h
o
v
e
based
Co.
Min
Jln ^lU ^ l^u tanco a s rorg. to (und Iho in cr ea so In ihi
Iho Idaho Rotay S«rvk» at
Ucen
ent
package. EOE Coll
Sept.
18,
POBOX648
icencodctilkJcoro,
so
m
o
g
e
]e n o r o l o K lc e
yrs. OTR oxpor
:p. Sower Fees (rom the City 1„
a
Pot Rasmussen RN or
1-800<377-3529(TDD).
luncf
unchosandsnocks.
knowledge:
Ttirtn Falls. ID 83303
go: finng^, answer- ■Operate 11W«
WsasmSloios
___________
flQ o( Twin Falb and loropiaco
jwKhln um days of rocaMng
apply In porson:
Largo (ooced yord.
Ing phonoi
)R
^ iix k iix x x x x x x i.
nos. scTiedullng, .Co.Ccrtribulodf^
sdProetSharing
QENERALLABOR
,o5 damIgM or disintegrated pi
III
BridgeVlew E su tes
PUBUSH: Soplombor 7, 2 5 yrs« oxporienca.
S
All
ages
work
closc
)soly
with
solos.
•
Paid
Vacoiion
u
jn
Experienced raingutter
guti In- MANUFACTURINQ
t e s a s a rr, sowor linos wtthin tho City 14
woicc
wicome. references
Hours aro
iro 0om -6pm, 5 • Quartoriy Fuol
i
[is o(Wmberiy.
^
I f ond 21.1998_________
jp Bonus
siollor, full-time
o>
i'4-Spodfications, contract
0 oxpoMImmediate oponlnas for
Twin Falle. ID 83301
wall.
call324-57e4«
daysawee
;eek.
Ploaso
sond
■
Drhror
Recmltin
)lo
The proposed increaso
jiting Bonus
ence nocossary.
W
aod bid forms oro avtUlablo
y. WhitePlant Equipment
m:
. Torp/Slop oy
Pay
ly
would havo tho following
hood Home and
Ei
MFDICaT --------------------d Energy
Operators ot modem foo
LD CARE licen ced.
CW9Q778
• Hoallh Insuranc
once
733-9688.
i/;; impact on current fees.
ll
Sunrise Care A Rehab for
processing plort In
R & first oido. Meals
«T)>eTl
i.,r CuirenrRatoS12.60
II
ttrbilCobovors --------------------------^W?T)alolono»iioll, or Mr
Mfl. .
Twin Falls seoks
u.onyage.734-1206
P.Q.j
------------ Gooding. Idaho. Nlghtshlft
iQOOIMODsys
LABANALYST
,ri ftoposod Rate *18.50
II
John Raho, 4900 Poarl
wipft»nc»dCNA'M&
»,
ID
03303-0548
.
Averogo
EaJJito.
N increase 4fi%
"■
mlngs-S37K« Team o rien ted1 porson
po
m A roond K k U C n
East Circio. Sulto 300 W.
S a 'j . SCAR offers
givonlo'thosewlth,
1
•Eam.27..30cp«i
rw
At soid hooring all interhasIagi
cpmAverago
noodod for lob pos
pog lion, modiankail opUtudo. Pa
Pgy
excellent benefit pkg.
a groat facility. Come CLERICAL
Bouklor. CO 80301, phono
3), ostod persons may appear t f
ofVlntarvtew
Must bo profossiona
Ourfunl733-S186.
S u w ls e «ro
^ . A Rohob. for ForflppOcattofV
PTOondonsllodoycaro,
wn^, do- range $9.00 to $10.00 pe '
ond show c a u se. II any. i I --------- --------------- 1
53-2227 ■
Pvndablo A able.10
lodo
< re- hour OOE ♦ good benefl
Salary OOE Hire on
Etilslsaccopling
coll1-60(M 53da '
r|. why e a ld p roposod in* I■^, ^ L O s r a F O U N ^ ^ 'DAYCAREOPENINO
bid packaga/or tho Tri­
a,
p o lltlv o p r oc:eed
C
bonus and shift (Sflorential.
d iu r e s pkg. Coll Avonmoro Wot
lonsforpon-Umo * * -k * itt>■•w
i,A X' . I . ^
iltmont Btortlno now.
accurately. Lob
o:
umph Mine Taillr>g8 Romo- .- c r e o s o s h o u ld not b e
EOE
b oxpor.
at 733-7555, oxt 11 Ior
for
*k) ReceptlonlsV r r r r r ----------—
324-281
-2310
o
,
M
4
<
7
l
9
.
adopted.
proforrod.
Submit
roi
diatJonProJ^
If Interested apply In
» ^ g poslllon.
DRIVERS
Interview oppolnimoni,noi.
«
DaledWsTlhdayofSep- F~
To fadOtalQ oourato bid
■/PT davs/nlOMI.P.O.Box5t50.
per»onBt:640nierAve.
I Tryourfi
•ur fun preschool/dayTyping 4I ocomputer skills Seasonal. FT/FI
iSffi 2?"
opply in person on Tuos
st tombor. 1996
p|
- J aW
sPoII«.IO033O3-515(
Bubmlssion. bidders must
5 t5 0 ,«
2to4p ,m .1728S .230(
ghts. B/COLJ
Please
check your ad for
c are
0 aac llv itio s a t NO
required. SCARofforeonS(
l(j
Jim
Soronson.
Mayor
<
f
’"
■
■
"
s a i s . " * ’' ^^ond an on silo pre-bid
•34-3521*
--------------------—
correctness on U>e first
CHRQ.
loms. LLC. 734------ :----E. Qoodlng. AA/EOE
RQ. fori doy,2 0 yrs
slted o y' caro
a and PTO.
moMng. which wiO be hold
day that tt runs, 08 Tho Qxp,.rofoi
MEDICAL
s s s s i — ----------------- HOTEL
)0 PUBLISH: Soplombor 7
1
MECHANIC
at lha proioct site at 9:00
Tlmos
Nows Is not re- ----------olf.
Therapy
Teche
noodod •
ond 14.1996
tsponslblo (or errora of- _______
VUIL”^
Heavy
duty
truck
repoli
ID 6301.7:
150.
Position s ovollablo to
.* » r 'c r j ? s ‘s a w
s ": U S '
Hoolih lniu,onco. »oco
id ---------------------------------- t
ter mat time._________
I (or Inter- tion A more. Contact Ivor
CDL or refroshc
meeting will begin at Ihe
le
PUBUC UEET1NQ '
L.
=
3
^ 5 ______
CONSTRUC
ICTION
financing
for
c
Van
Dyk
Truck
Rspalr
Triumph tunrtel portal aroa
la
•
■ NOTICE
TEJIAILyourdas^IfiSd^
l
dfon
sivecompony
persons. CoB 54
», Pursuant
to Idaho Codo 9
on th«'w asto rock pile,
I
---------1 2 5 : ^ ------for experienced ---------------------* * * ☆ ☆☆ *
b I
which can bo occeasod
<
id 67-2343.
notice is hereby
twlnad@nSmKi.net
fmmers.flnli
MECHANIC
no weekends, Excelleni
Vilshcanwntors.
DRIVERS
from the North Star Gulch
i
dl olvon
o f an opon public
riiers A concrete
ENGLAND TRUCKI
ICKINQ
Kraft Foods, Rupoa Idoho
Iho.
benoflis, Good driving
PUBU
Road, irt Triumph. Idaho,
i
meoUng
of the Idaho Rsh —
—
JBUC SERVICE
Tho Other Guys Won'
VonlHire
hoa on opening (orin
an
rocord pfolorrod. Apply at
!you aro dependDRIVERS
UESSAOE
waKcr8.(yo
i- i and Game Commisskxi.
FFO
O U N D B la c k L a b X .
M
Motad bWs Shan be ad150 Blake S L N N o p tiie
hardworking,
Bomoy Tmcklnt
raining,
experienced mechante• on
oi
king noods
You Wlihoul TrainI
t- I DATE OF NOTICE: ■
mi
malo.
approx. 5 mo. old Oonipoy
poylo find work bedressM lo Idaho Departact
cans ploaso,
HlroV^
3nlshi{l Pleaso contact
Jllorcomolnfor
good drtvors
stowori<in
to
Well Train AND Hire
w/coHar.
noar Jofforson
foroyou
yougot Iho Job. For
mont of Lands. Purchasing
ig ! Soptembor 2.1998
w/
ipilcotkjn.
northern Novado
EMINARI Buriey Idaho Job Sonrtee
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info
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about
Office; Box 83720, Bolao,
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Construction.
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870-5518
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U9 East 3700
endorsement rc
hand delivered bids shall
ill A public hearing win be
Hospital Medlcol Rocon)
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MECHANIC
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on Septem b er 3 0 .
-be made lo tho Idaho De>
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collar
In Filer area. Coll sion. Woshlngion,
Wo
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All bids must be receKradoi
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-3701 or
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2 9/10,733-70B6AnBg. SnokoRivc
September 29.1090. to bee HighwayWSouth
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truck
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ick, minology is necessary as
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1003467
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501 Hwy■30
3(
nc. 731-22S9M
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1357 Blue U k e .e pBI
bo able to work wtthstate on the envelope that
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3E lob may offer oxporionco
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ATTENDINQ:
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schooling with pold
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RIvor, COOK
Oirector.
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tho-job training. Ex]
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Directors. Staff.
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on September 29.1998, at1 Assistant
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enced drivers o r e .
w m e at 543-6401.
od for cooka
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SPECIAL NOTICES
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580. Jerome. Idaho.. EOE
15 S. Main.
seminar wUI be held
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k>am to be a professi
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ble for horses. ApCOOK
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2394 Feedlot Rd.
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99280, E4UULyourdassl
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M u stboatloastlB yoan
to:P.O. Box 5098. Twin
to:
THE
sac.
$96,600.
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also hovo an oponing) in
Bloino for appl. 534-5500
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IN F A L L S
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hr, courso New3400 a q a ,3 b Mm.
d i 3 T W N T w x i i '^ ^ f c
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rssary,
wolkor, Contaci Cordoll
loll poailiona In Twin Foils
2! full
ful Ilmo w a r o h o u so ’
Iving 4
appls. $79,000,7J*4943
. • 10 to 5:30
>(iiehen, Formal llvli
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m
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f c l iurloy, Bko. NV, & otho;
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W. ^ u th Easiom locations,
J3-gtl0.
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ploaso.
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P.O. Box 592, Rexburg,
P<M ■
walk In ciosoL Olfic
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MORTOAOE
l„ . J D j3 4 4 0 -0 5 0 2 .»
—
family rooms. Groat
UJSCELLAHEOUS
Loan offico for oxpandlno
fAREHOUsi
artlntaragt 0tfin
700-800 bli
block Monroe
K H iE H
n u s r m . Irg . d ou
1 A#
m ofioago co, noodod.
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Warol
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driving rocord 4 valkJ Ida- P/a*a#* teonlaet DIatrlet Stroot I block Otilncy
Sales
*240W> Call 733-2
I-2730- - I f a r m / r a n c h I s /
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Ilo
Call 1-a88-378-0412. loll
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loll pooplo skills 4 bo fast with
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•oar. at.733-0031 100^200 bk}
lonis,
froo, 9am toSpm.
IndutlHol aationmoni
bk>ok UnlvofBl- ~
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''0« work placo. Pick up « x t 340
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Ow
Tomporary. Soasonal or
_______
_______
tyAvonuo
opplicaiioos
01
167
East“
oppointmonl.
734-2977.
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52
4,9 acres, brick homo
OPERATOR
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Tomp-to-Hlro poslllon
19*000 BUHL - By ownor. e^ocre
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P'ox3800aqfL$2l9.i
r i^ «
Twin Falls RomotoEn:
FALLS(6 ) . . . . .
Somo fobs no oxporkmt
^ UMililad . . . lor Mopi* -----Y ^ ’
farm. Would maksSwod
* -734-0f82o>736-811t
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nocossttjy.'Also. Ooilc
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L -i i 1 . .
a ^ o tT w l,
w/
'ELDERS . STAINLESS ' i t ' k r .
positions at all sWiI lovol
TWIN
FALLS’BoikJocj
>faaya
_
_
now
40
aero
omvitjf
flow
low
t k i r k i r k
Corworsion^Op*
STEEL, minimum 2 yra
N ^ f lA F E E I C I I to d i
JAQE
Jots doar Now 3 bdm
Jrm„ 2___pivot Jn hay. ^ a n c e )inIn
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RESTAURANT
orolor tosting form Monnawapapff SoUlno proporty?
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oxporionco. good wogos
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734-<MS2*1-«».731-TEM
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bath,
lota
ol
oak
4
mai
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plpo
w/full
Twin
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PT
lunch
sorvor.
oxpor.
win
i!n^r
S o p i. 1 4 . 1 9 0 8
m d bonolils. All oppiiTH E; TIMES-NEWS
T
Sorvlno U># Entlro Magi
ttS rtD irtr irt
ony feos until'''•«>
Its «; For 2flroplaeo8,3carga;t
only. Apply ai Gordon
la/ago,___Fallswato<'sharos4doep
OOP
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throuQhFfl. S o p t.2 55®
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v n ^ O M r ie t
f,gg Informatio
:ants will bo subject lo
CURF
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ation about
oxtortor. Raduc
RRENTT.YHAS
Umt,
lucod___ woll, somo pasture. Small
naJI
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l
losharo ond
lo$1B0,S00 —837-6<
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73:30031.
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Jon dojg losting. Shock',7 ,n
cams, wilto
—
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5
concroto
fish
5:00pm ol: Twin Falls Ro0oyy SShoot Motal, Paul. ID
IDEPENDENT
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oral Trodo
TWIN FALLS • 2 bdn
■drm
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poods
w
/3
CFSol
spring
molo Encoding Conlor.
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!^l -438-5055.
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r t k i t k
l f o l ”, r r .1.' aWoshlnghomo in quiol sotting
■>0w/____wotof to supplomont youT
------836 Quo U kos Blvd. N..
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>580. or call 2 cor garogo; outbuildii
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MISCELLANEOUS
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Twin Foils Main Post Of­
Fraud Infor4 boautIM landscapl
'*• LOOKING FOR WORK? i
Nstional Frai
- MISSION CALL
ving.___ alle w/ vlow of property
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fico ai 253 2nd Avo. W, or
C o n to r.
$65,000. AasumabloBIc
loon.' w/soptk: woll oncTpowr,
Sorvo both your mlsslo
ssion
Plonoor Post Olllco at
EM PLOY M EN T
TW
WIN FALLS
'
1-800-876-7080.
« 0 _______
734-6191B
ond your counlry In
Iho
________ $240.000 Cafl733-133S»
is i
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1736N. nimoro,
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iQ io s & s
Y L Jy iU H
'•
you loam,
Gua/d, You con bo (n
th
in tho
plolod and lurnod in no
hftuM GOODING
• ■ .
-------------- 1 bdrm. 2 balh townhoi
FU
P U du c SERVICE
LaiyJT
,
'TmllorPark
» ,
Guard and jjo on a mis*
TJssilator ihan Sopt. 25.1998.0 * Complolo training.
LOOKATTHISI.'
w /2 cor ga r o g o In
MESSAGE
Fawnbro
*Promotiortsaina>nttvo3.
00. WHh tha Unlnlng,
bc
^rookApls.
/ \ l
]. boWago Is 510,C9 por hr.
on
otod
200 Aero form botwoon
aroa. NIcoly updaii
’■ 734-2B83
Fodora
doral omptoymoni infornus monoy, COIIOQ10
O InIn
Long iorm lomporory po.
Now paint Inside 4f G
c o o d i n o 4 Shoshooo. Big
mtion is froo. Romomoi on i i r e a i A
TIMES CL^
CLASSIFIED
G U A R AMTF
NI FD
cont/vo9 and regular• pay,
pO)
sitlons availoblo. Shllts
voiod W ood/Am oilcan Foils
,
big bock yard w/covo
’. s{ j s -----------------------K ' ;or. no ono can promlso 2nr1
you'll bo roady lo go
\RTMENT
AD
«
DEPAR,2097
waior.
Goled
plpo.
Rolsgo in
nro port-iimo. wtaid, a of/
Js'
paUo.
$77.000,
734-20
1- Agri s a lo o . Im m odloto
youa
whatovor diroctlonI you
yoi
____ ;__Ing hoy. grain, corn, 5, 5
lomoon/ovonino worli.
0. Nonh
208-734
oponing for on oulaldo
inlonr
’3 4 - 5 5 3 8
„
chooso. CALL
)wnor, bdrm. 2 bath main housoISO
Applicants will bo roqulrodd sa les poroon to coll on jobs,
«on
Buy th e Guarai
'bs, icail Career Amorlca
M n lo e d
SFC Barlow 734-917
)171
10 p a s s 0 wriiion lost1 dovelopod cuslomor oc2. oxc. plus 2 bdnn tenant houso.
ConrK
onnoctton, 9 12-757-3000
PO
10UTE821
2 08-677
•7 7 -4 5 4 3
p a c k a g o aanc
Of l-e0(M3O-OUARD.
nd The
Drivo by 591 BalllSnj
inido. Building sllo for 3rd hm.
IRD.
which will bo conducted In
1 counts, soiling fortlllzor 4 --------<0block 2nd Avo.
(BURL
IRLEY)
t lm e s N eWS
w sguar734-3023 prindpkwof
-----Octobor
&
0
lyping
losi
.only. Machine shod. Corrals.is.
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MtSCELLANEoUi
------------------- a n t e e s to sell
------- ---Loafing ohod. $29d,000.)0.
whIcJi
will
bo
gtvono
lator
I7411/hr.
Great
benefits,
r
oqulpmont,
Salos
lofiliory
PT Mill operator. Musi ha«
jwian Coll Ray Better BusJnoss
iSS
novo
dole. Minimum ogo Is 183 from Burloy lo Oniorlo. ''PP*'
__
c h a n dill"'!'®
is e ' '’* TWIN FALLS-By Own
ppl, 4 oxom info. Foo
CDL 324-B6Q6________
3 bdrm. ♦office, 2 bat
Sath,
Bureau Momborl
___
or high school grnduoto,, o n . Must bo 0 soil stan'<>3;.
<1., 7-8.
7 MF. (888}. 451fiS
autoin otive ii
’Qi u m m
: I F S ^KTTTff—
e
xn.
WENDELL
.
Drug acfoon, physical AI Of, willing lo travel, knowiMlSCELLANEOui
ORK 0x113-1000
100-700
>
0 block
sth
Avo.
j
1
1J
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an d real
huge yort. MusI 8w
00/
Financial
^
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crim inal backgroundI odgo ol fonillzor &chomiWrtLL-LOCATED 320 ocro
Twin Falls Caro Contor.
t
?0
~
East
rinsn ciai
e s ta te in 15
1
15 d a y s
$128.900 .-73g-734<
M4
lorm/dalry site w eal ofOf
_ ,0,
chocks will bo conduaod.
IIGbodSNF.ishirlnoloi
218
100-700
0 1block 4lh Avo.
_____________or w e will re
——
Wondoll, 2 contor pivots.
■SabfiyalOppcrtinlyEffviltow
ts.
'
0 full Umo AM disfiwash'
n big plus. Exponsos for M TJMES
jj
TW IN F A tL S-flyo»»
NEWS
I
th e a d a n id
add
nW; 'fTloaiina 6 cbfnor w/hond
ta
or/tray oldo. Applicants
i
3301
a
travel
roimbursod.
Boso
■
pac
^
tio
n
4
bdrm..
full
bsmt..
g
“""J
!
• 0“
linos. Won Iiconsod lor
or
must bo dopondoblo.
a ^UMBERS
SINESS
a l 7 d a y s .T m
J o re
solory pluo compolilivo U jhAmR R I E R R O I ^
heal, foncod, hardwo
omo Joufnoymnn/oxp. oppron. i commloBlon. Accepting
>r.
toam ployor. havo somo
—
FrruNrriES
is
a
$
3
exti
extra
fl^,qulolnolghborho.
S ’
^cE*c. poy Irosumos ot Ag Wost Ois- HEYBUl
Ik
knowlodgo ol food sorvic­
rBURN
or the
$82,000 ~ 734.7820«
c h a r g e for
I
DOE. Coll 720-2307.B
|
bam 4 equip. 2800 sq.ft.
os. and mo ability lo work
ft.
\vo.
Irlbuting C o. P.O, Box Tho' Timos-Nows
Tin
is cur____________
. guarantee
hm w/4 bdrm/2.5 bath, dbl
te e d
TWIN FALLS • By Own
:bl
in a last pocod onvironm1144. Burloy. ID.S3318,
ronlly
V. W
o s t -----------------Illy looking for Indo- '^ollsAvo.
^ ^ 1 e—
package. A
Ad s
chamilng 3 bdrm cotta
ittooe
OOfOno. $960,000. Coll
111
OfJi. Musi bo oblo to road ^
ndonl Nowspapor Car^ I T
ADD
S7
lno<j
Hoy. Bolter Suslnoss Buuond wrlio EnQllsh, Ploaso
f**"0 00 qulot. troo-llnc
"lay b e c ainncelled
«
rsforthoHo>i>umaroa.
ROL
7UTEBS7
loyoorlI » . r ^
552B
reauMomlwrI
,
apply in poraon lo Cindy
»^eoi. $89.900. 733955:
T ir c sa u c
e a ^ y to r c ujsto
stc m e r
Park Moadows FANTASTIC
cuslomor sorvico 0 plufl, n o w
W a lk ln o R o u .o s
Broomo, Food Sorvico
rico
vW
co n v e n ie ni cc ee but
TWIN FALLS - Uaka tt)
will odd stylo, 1
Apptyot D4B Suppty.TF,
Avollat
Sopofvisor. 674 Eastland
UNfTED.mrrv
—
allablo.
If
you
livo
in
l
a
M
i
o
r
j e w ill
y o u r d ra a m houai
Dr. TF. EOE.
2000 b ik Park citomont 10 yoi
« t h ! io
yburn 4 aro Inlorostod
1000-12C
SALES
■ ,Hoyt>ur
P o s r o L S E in ^
sj
Choosoyourcotors. 1900
191
REALTY
tho indopon'Ornain th eissaam e .
>ws Dr.
Rowing youu th
wing n newspaper carMoadoiv.
J
C(
Conslr.
supply co. must bo
sq. fL. 3 bdnn. 2 both
th, 2 _______ 733-4321
ming your own
r, ploaso
atop by Iho 400-600
4 dopondoblo. Will
n®'P':
o mi P M ^ n y
firoplocos. lots of ook
'ho Twin Fails Romoto
Jcrazy
!
ontasUcSams
1ey Timos-Nowa offlco
Circle
train.
Coll
boloro
12pm,
RUPERT. Prlmofami. 119
9 •*
mart)Io.brick/atool aidin'
Encoding Conior will
,
Is Uio worlds
!s la
largest hair735-1060. ask tor Davo,
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n
c
.
4
.h o m o.-Q 0J -680- » » 9 W - 837-6402
f Parkway Dr.
caro franchise
J win do an- —
40 4
to o o .n3000
o
b ik Twin j^sfofyou:
SALES
-------—^ ___________
-----------tw
in
FALLS
•
Now
197
1976
'
:•
Conversion Operaior
ui
Or
*S«oLocaSon4f
3ERLY(5F)
P ^ S Dr.
i4Nogptiatk)o ~ A ^ O O N E D H
C
A SA P . Collulnr. WMBEH
>HOME
»q ft houso. built in 1991
tosting form Monday Hiring
p
•ComptotoBuslnatt
i
513
I
Tnontj.
Foyor. 3 bdrm. 2'A ball
Sopt, f4. l998throuoh
„
g : I a c r e a q e s &'l o t s I
S T "
vaemthaWaat
lrg kitchon w/walk-ln pai
Frr Sopt, 25, 1900,
?
•
^
r
f
r
k
^
i
r
k
sido/outsido
sales. Apply
Twin Falla a. ara
Tho carts will bo ovoi|.
,
<OMES
!P^' °p''
'Mm. 0
in
jg
fico Of 4th bdrm, Iig (am
BU S S. Land invastmonill f
oblo form 8:30om lo
S poraon at; Trt Cotlulox 4
«.SAUS
733-77S5
Paging.
870 Bluo Lakos
T ES^NEW S
E-nM
alOf opportunity, 1 group ol 99
S:00pm ol: Twin Falls
^
e»iy.gasllropldcow/hoal(
BIvd.208-730-717torfax
IS
'option. 3
* tu'ooco. AC. terrace
cod
undovolopod rosidontlol
R o m o lo E n co d in g
®
SC
C U RR EN TLY
BUHL Loose w/opll
C o n to r . 8 3 6 B lu o
fOsumoto:208-478-2121.
LO
f K IN G FOR
rrol- ' lota. C ail208-3^:620iaI
jntry. nico
PO^O- $157.000.738 Tro
!» » « « « * .
MOBILE BEST.
.O
O
«
Lakos Blvd. N.. Twin Anontlon:Klm
^
J. 20321
ter Dr. Coll 736-8005.
ND EPENDENT
733^ m m . 347
----- BUHL 5 w o lots, country/
2“' $3600.
'»e
Falls Main Posi OffJco
77
• E x p erien ced
W 30.20a.73S.|
WT. axl 347
mokof,
SALES
N
P
at 253 2nd Avo, W. or
^
tw in FALLS By Ownor
K
livin g, m onafocturodJ
N EW SPA PER
, T T
help n e e d e d .
Looking for on oxportoncod
CAH
Plonoor Post Offico ol
JS
homes woicomo, IndudesI
~~
BURL£V-5bdrmbrt
.brlck,on
i r k i n
salos
person lor growing
- rau re r i e r s F O R
1736 N, Fillmoro.
«
woler shares.
)2
7.9 acros, outbldgs.
Flexible h o u rs.
H E K I M B E R L Y ---------------dl
doalorshlp. Coniaci Jim
S iS " 3
lom
CEHTURY21
otfossoporaio, S
678-:
------------- | m o n ^ rOLOAN I
or John ol:
AREA.
twin FALU
C ollege a n d
ho carts must bo com'
homo, all brick,'qualil'
‘i“y
tSs ^ i z i
—
BURLEY
Cuslom
h
Chris
Jordan
Volkswagon
Walk
m houso
eonstiuctkJo, Lig, kitchen
ploiodnndtumodinno
Ct'alklng R o u te s
t 1 1
•on. ereallNlkUatn3-4413UI
elderty
;)
lotor than Sopt, 25
l ‘ Bluo Lttkos Blvd. N.
1534
fi
bdim. 4
Spacious living oroo. lire
3 y™ old. <I bdi
Ure- •
Available
m W I T )r k k i r k *CO M PCT^ t t i * * *
Twin
Foils.
ID
63301
0“f«0O.
For
sal
1998,
Wago
is
*10,69
r
salo
by
placo,
(ormal
dining,
hoo
w elcom e
lOot FILER. PtrTBCttiomMltal
REASONABLI
BLE FEES
ownor. 676-7520.B
pof hr. Long.lomi tom“
I.B
pump, AC, doublo JOgo
3.7Bac.w/watorsharos.
• H an d y m an g and Non'
B S y iiS S e
THE TIMI
p o r o r y p o s it lo n s
MES-NEWS
♦
itlo,
oosomorn for privnlo lono.
Looking
lor FT oolos
2 0 0 -O
6O^DIHConiWsi. W.
Mortgagoa
BURLEY-AMCoiUrx
availoblo. Shifts oro
‘
CURREf
d u tie s will
ICO.
boouttrufviowl
HAS ♦ p ' ^ S o r S r?Slow Crodit
exportonco a plus. Hourly ,200-400t
^ortxxx}. nico 5 bdrr
port-llmo, wknd. & ofOObikMo<i.scnSi.W
™ 2 c ENTLY
n,
----- m - K W . I,
22AcnFairnVRanch:
O U O W IN Q & K ^ F « Fofodosuro
plus
(omooo/ovoning work,
Pj« commissions. Bonoflts 100-400
00 bbik Ook Sl. S.
Include: y ard
wyt>anlalli
r—
2 story homo wAmflnl.
Im
Indudod. Apply in porson fOO-200
b
OObikSpwcoSi.
INOEPI
PENDENT
• Mobilo HomoloLoons
L
lahod bsmt. Lrg.
j
•g. yor"d
TWIN FALLS Movo In bo
»■
shod bsmt. machine
m ain te n a n c e ,
ol:
Seconds
w/nlco gardon spol.
vpplicona will bo roqulrod
ol­SchubochJowolofS in
PE R
* ‘25% LTV Soc
pol. Call
foro Sepl, Quality. 165C
N E W/SPA
S
shop, loafing shod, cornu.
io pass 0 wriiion lost
MVMali.734.OOC2
ROU I | 5 a
ILoons
208-678-3307 aftof
6
:of 6pm,
oq, fL. l378 Targhoo ISO
Df,
C hain broiler
^
ROUTES
ESONTHE
4sta»8.Hav*poww/woiof,
which will bo conduct“ pg------------------------- ConiorSlri
-^1
—^
Aspen Homos. 734-2010,
12:
CENTVRY21
a n d fryer
od in Octobor & a typSAL
'5"®
B U R L E Y . S o o ln
Ing tost which will bo
3UTSIDE SALES/Accouni
^u ree
boilovlno, Allbric
73^121
arlck .4 ~
TWIN FALLS
™ m i
ex p erien ce.
Monoflor.
Poslllon ovallflivon 0 lalor dalo. MinMo
bdm.2V4'baths.360<
3600 sq.
NEAR SCHOOLS
0rcatlNlkUat733-44J3m
ROUTE S5^
im um agolsl6orhigh
ob fn ih o Twin F alls
able
&S!
********
tl Finished bsmt.. w/i
w/rocr- * bdrms. 2 batha, lomlly
school
gmduato.
Drug
arc
yJ ^0DtNQ>-'6Vi lencod
aroo. Bacholors dogroo
ICO. hoat
room, tile roof; oosy-coro
Apply at;
sc ro o n . p h y slc o l &
oni
rt
acres
. bim a 4 corrols,
ond or slgnincam outside
4 coolbrick, foncod bock yord
criminal background
sal'
n o o .m
$35.000.«>4-5e61 OltOfB
^osbocSgroundom
usl.
lyatom.
(lock. Noor Momingsldol 4l
ObikBKtiSt.S.
Eaat
c h o c k o w illb o
Exi
80S BIM IH M N.
Exporionco
in Iho lompo<yd.Lfl.
O'Loory. $94,500. ' *
conducted.
ror^ or full timos slatting
HAGERMAN
Vi oc,lot,
ObikUrKoinSi.
1500bloeltPr\
rary
“
ny olhor
NOSTALGIC
IM n F a il
.
owner financing w/$l .000
Industry o plus, Dutios In.
78-7612 Uncoln Street home with
a s r
fflua/t^nwrtirtiyBrviforer
^
down, tow pymt. 837-6402
tty o u llv ■onthaEAST
ot
cludo m anagom oni of
—~
characlor, 3 bdmis. now
1 llv» In thia «r»a «
aida o t TwIf.
w»moni4
E-MAILyow dassHiod
cor
current
cllonis. acqulsl^ od
roof, olo c lficn i. amoll
sll HANSEN - 3 bdrm, I bath,
oatlon
to us ol
itaraatodlnbelrtaa
Intarwataa
‘--------------------------------- - tion
tion of now dionis. Salary
”
workshop. $82,500.
1 Mr garage. 1’A acros.
paper carri»r...
IndapenOani
t-oan
twlnad®ffl{croant
♦ comm isolon ♦ bonus
SMART START
1000 sq, ft.. Rock Crook
cam
structure. Sond rosumo
u . ' aaaeallDlatriel
"
Ith
Rd, $ 8 7 ^ „ 4 2 3 -W 4 6
/Ola
FORSALEBYOWNEJ
•B«'. 733-0931 a x t
Plaaaa eonu
Anontlon Trovto 801-776i
s
s 0-742-6456
^ P«Qoa with r
3*9.
Uanagara
1094.________
n ‘ H E L T O N Country IhHng
»m m a
yourimomot i
S T ” '
Mid
Twin, Burley. Your
—
—
adsl You can show
y
w your
ALES PROFESSIONAL
ry
choico 3 to 40 ac„ min
-H c H rk
property Insldo. outs
J------------ ]
ro you iooklnfl for a high
vlow, povod. powor. Vol______________ X X X *
iPMTQ
Of
Amorican Falla
loy
schools.
825-5617 «
FalU. Idaho
I 0 N E ( 5 C ) -----------------tomotl Coll 324-107C
fyWNFAaSRaodyNowI
(BE)
— '
~ ■' '
—
visit our wobslto;
WENDELL (»I
t^Wenon
«Balo)(*iir.inlOTuiicnSerrtB
/o
vac
ca llo n . Insurance 4 - i j i . . . . .
1 52 8 sq, fl. 3b d rm . *22’ JEROME l o c f o lots for
. , .
PUBUC SERVl
jm C E " ^ ntuiuniM tc nCTCM
DtpirtrMInnr Arenri fJb (c(>is
M
itopnwsimpIjftrxliearft^UiB
40ll plan with company ^ ^ W
101k
K.
m onulacturod hom os.
bath, flreplaco. Irg. kilchIB,fiOu/ly JM-Jjipjlnltit CompiiHi
T
«
„
MESSAGE
Kl fccMiiciin mil would Hdp Bim
com
groal locatkjn. 734-9405a
:oniilbullons? A ploas* * * * *
i r H r kA rA\ ^A X^
Ti. vinyl
oOj^ftyard. Cedar pork.
'Mintliniro atiilop, pre«M tonltel,
iwd rtutelrjn* {«mput«r lyiitraj.
Big profits usualli
Jl, M
anlii
nowor
$128JOO----- 7 3 W 8 S
OUW
Inettt 4KI bJduft rtfwfi rmwmim, naotiKTBwn.
big risk, Boforo ■
moa
JEROME 7.45 acros N 01
fOof.^1.900/offor. (
mdcompiiiopfegrmniii) tab.
THETTME!
Joromo. Sonoo, power.
ES-NEW S
b ^ o s a witho CO
TWN FALLS. P ,« .a j |„,j,
>roducts to roprosont?
CUl
r M
:
"
J
water and soptic sysiom,
UltumuB «Miifk3irtsi Include: ui utocijiet
u»oc
—
Prosldoni St., oxc. cond.
lOKJNQ FO R
IS CURR
mENTLY
Vo hovo o n o poslllon
LOOK
dtgiii in IN ifiiomuitoo
feU. iwrtMBi Opoi VUS,:.anjVrn)(mia.Caiittktiw«n]
art'
ufoau. For QOODINQ By Owner,
?:
$44.000. Call 324-7401
jr. a
cozy
3 *>drm ♦. offlco, 2 both,
opo'
ipon. For consldorailon
INDEP
)EPENDENT
LOOKIN
lw w ft^E «p,rtr,rt.T «,tw
u
■ P i? n c ? 5
'fooln«ormolion
ion about
4 + bdrm. 1 balh. Q a i
MopentfiMitnjuteantui/timiu
nndi
fenced bock yard, 2 car
iW SPA PER
INDEPEl
ENDENT
avoiding Invos
!f •'“ OME FofsaJo or trade,
to:&
'oatm ont
hoat. comor lol, aaroi
larogo,
Oorago. Much morol For
6,2 acros w/.nice largo
SPAPER
K«ms. wrttototh
RRIERS FO R
NEWSP
Julos Hartson Fort
CARRI
^09re
“ppl 734-0316,736-2277,
UmS-WMisn cHetj i corapiiiirti wiat
■I0» and Nndii MOigt. OwUlied
'■
family
homo.; 5 bdrm, 2
Buhl. ID
THEI Sh
-■ '■
266 Fillmoro. See,700.»
SHO SHONE
CARRIE!
dsjluyfujulrtmosjto:
_____
_
both. 6 car garogo. CanC., 20580.
I BUY HOUSES
AREA
T H E W[B^ D E L L
Of ton mo Noltonai
yonfllmRoohy 734-222E
laaM M ai,k
a i,^
TECH
Jnal Fraud
No cQtj/ry. lUora^■KO.K.
I'WN f a lls .- A A A A A *>
king R o u te s
A RlEA.
E
Inform otlon Ce
a
3
bdrm.
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aced it (no one d id )cadwiuhackatt>»TJ.
le did in die final nm nd o f last
last
w ee k ’s Ma
Jlagic Valley A m ateur. C unn iiss
b e g an thfie
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b ilg e s onn Nos. 10 and IL I h r t e o f th
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akepttheddeoutofrxsach. ■
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e R u p ert a n d M agic V alley
ley
Amateurs.
j:> T U C 5 0 N .A r u .- AAf fter
i
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■
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versity of Idaho volleyball t c ^ d r o p p ^ the
the next three, losinB 7 . ’ ^
4 -lS 15-10, ISIOp.. 15-12
1
to 25th-nmlccd
\
A rizo n a in th e c hh aa m
t p io n s h ip m a tc h
Sm
Saturday a t the Varsir
rsity a u b s of America
^S«nmySow Jf caiTWon the shoulddr of Mt Chlcafo leanunates afte
«er Sunday'# game, during which
h hit iHtfi his 61st md 62nd bon
Classic
h Iw
»««". tyinghimwtth Maik McQwlfe.
bomeransoftbe
Idaho falls to 4-2I or
on th e season w hile
a
Arizona improves to 8-0
i
The V andals hod1 aa b e tte r hitting per"
a n ta g e ( ^ 1 0 . 1 7 6 ))) a:
and m ore digs (78 to
i
69), b u t ,the Pac-10 Wi
md Roper finidied in a iHthway
ray
W ildcats managed to
K
ond at 136 widi I&vin Hdcnm
V pull out d ie victory.
nb
I Eari, five strokes off die i>»^.
; K c i s h a Jo h n so n D
Die m p s sla m m e d a
ad.
; match-Wgh 2 0 kills!. ?enn ro u te to earning
.and Bany Espil dcd for founh
rdi
widi Boise’s,
:
s
Jm
i
and
Art
Malay
a
t
137.
I; MVP h o n o n a t th e foaur-tcam
ur
tournam ent
Playing
or
on dteir hooie course, Ridxard
ird
9 f : . W a h o seniors J e ssica
s ia M oore and Beth
Rees
and
Tc
Teny Monill shot badc-tobodc
11 f -C ra ig - b o th firsM earn
eat all.to u m a m e n t
dc
73s and widi
idistood die Mini<ijssia pair of
I
fc le c tio n s -c a c h h a d117knis.
l?
Jay M n icrai Bnjcc Draper, who shot a
J u n io r o u tsid e h itte
t t e r A nna Reznicek
71 Sundayr tbut finished a sinJce off th e
• id e d 16 kills, five assis
issists and six d i ^ for
lead.
first-fli^tlc:
he Vandals. She also
w selected to the
0 was
The,
heA»«octatedPr»M____________
A t Je ro imc
m
C lub, V irginia
U-toumament team.
^ '
bbases, Sosa cam e o ut for dm
and Shauna Robinson broke
diree
emotionaal curtain calls. Fans littere
CHICAGO - Goodbye Babe, sc
ra -ro u n d tie widi M ^ A nn
so long
oger. Siammin’ Sam m y h it two
w
th
paper
cups
and
o
th
er
d
hns
Sterling,
outshooting
dicm
wo moreItSUnoeL
'elieoabk.lt was
^
omers to d e M ark M cGwire - anc
iroke, 157-158, to w in th e
chimting “Sam-mec! Sam-mc
Ight
l e ^ in die greatest home run
<
im de"by
som ethingihat
a“ d d a y diat lasted six m inute
'Jt
even
I
can't
l)eliwe
all
tmie.
SPOKANE, W ash. -- 1T h e University of
rerome, Walt and Adam Hess
I don’t usually ciy, but II ac y inside I
.
'JOSdoing.'
w
daho women’s soccerr te
Sam
was blowing kisses to m y mo
team tied Gonzaga.
• m y Sosa h it N os. 61 an
an d 62
M »<»irse know^iow to a n is e
aa ^ n g a litde bit,” Sosa said.
^
agja iin s t th e M ilw a u k e e Brew
•1. Sunday a t M artin Field.
Fie
w ei
ers on
ke s c ttm d fU ^ viaofy with a
inday to m atch th e record McG
F re s h m a n m id fie Ildd ee r C in d y P op ich
Sosa, who has four homers
id
Mt
five
days
earlier.
to re d ith e V andals’ only
-ChicagoC
w ples flight. Royce a nd Bev
th ree games, was c arried ofl
niy goal on a doublewCiib
Sammy
Sosa
• f s s ijt from C ourtney' Ci
W ith two powerful swings on1 aa speco fter th e victory, w h id i kept
lowed a fast-dor 74 w d i a 67
Cross and A ndrea
_____________________ or one game ahead o f d ie New '
•
in the 54th minute.
cular and wild afternoon a t Wriglcy
Wr
t e . G o n 2 o e a 's j ^ j
----------------------—
. s ^ arokes ahead of Jason
W ithers booted in tht ee e<q u . l i z e r i „ . h ;
eld, Sosa passed Babe R uth and
E
md A shky Sdiultz, who
in th e NL w ild-card ra ce . H
Id
Roger
(cnee
o
t
Wrigley
1
ans.
y Field. He hit another
dc
^ ^ r d minute.
deck
w
hen
M
ark
G
race
h
it
i
480-foot hom er in
in
the
ninth,
a
solo
shot
wi
N either team monagec
Sosa
a
n
d
M
cG
w
ire
n
ow
h
av
e
w nplete results in Hniisday's
winning homer.
g e d to score in two
w e tw o
off Eric Plunk,
^eks le ft in th e ir r a c e fo r thtie
e im ost
. JS-niinute overtimes.
“I’m sorry I h it th a t home run and
T hat on e dropp
pped R uth into fourth
Sa m y couldn’t com e to)me
iasured record in baseball inI or
'
travels to
Sam
thie p late. I
to Missoula, M ont,
one of
place on th e singli
th
1-^
•
gle-season list with 60.
kn
, ; l p p la y in n e x t w e ee kk te n d ’s M o n ta n a
Jus/?o r t ’s most unforgettable scasoi
know
e
v
e
ry
o
n
e
w
as
d
isap
n
w hich h e h i t inn 1927. M aris h it 61
l> 2 L tm
Gr
V to u r n a m e n t, fa c in g C
Coo lo ra d o CoUege
It s unbehevable. It w as somet]
Grace
said, tongue-in-dieek.. p p o i n . e d nem ing
h o m e rs in 1961
>1
fo
r
a
re
c
o
rd
th
a
t
]
; ; Saturday a t 1 p.m. and
h
It
even
I
can’t
b
d
ie
v
e
I
was
doi
But seeing S osa do w hat
] cGwirc
d M ontana Sunday
'
at M
( I'S”
M cGwire b ro k e: T
1 u esday a gainst th e
- .ttn o o n .
aci
a said foUowing the Cubs’ IM
O ??.
accomplished
e a rlie r is some:
I-10,
10Cubs in S t Louis,
innini
fin baseman will never forget
1™ v icto ij. " Il can ha p p en to
first
to two
Now, am az in ggly,
l' a m a rk th a t had
)ple, Mark and L"
“It was chilling when McGw:
stood for 37 years5 has
Ii been passed twicc
w d u m b fo u n d ed ,” G race
!osa, who trailed McGwire 24-9 in
II was
a c e said. “ 1
« •
^ n late
m less than a week.
^
tho
y, homered off Bronswell Patrid
thought
p retty much th e home
1 sw eat n m ning down
wa: going to be McGwire’s. B
fUdi mning, sending an 0-1 pitch
was
; - TWIN F A L L S -T h e Coil
in d ie dugout after his
my buddy gets hot, h e can h it t
i ^ e g e of Soudicm
t in
m to the street behind th e left-f
my
lit
diem
in
a
Jt-fid
d
sccond
triu
m
p
h
a
l
J Idaho Fly L ike a n Eagle
s
lant to u r a ro u n d th e
hur And he proved t h a t
Ic scram ble will be
tiurry.
■dProw__________________
I ThoAtsodrtedl
. : D ct.3 widi an 8 3 0 a jnn.. shotgun
s
start at
, - Twin Falls Municipal Golf
< oursc.
olfC
I x ‘
/Y *
fo x bo ro
0 . M ass. — If P e y to n
: • • The field is limited to0 32
I teams. Cost is
^
» . *250 p e r five-person tean
mts to le a m from h is miscam a n d in d u d e s
pkmty of material to study
♦:
fees and liinch. Hhier
e r e will b e a golf
n „ | **»ocl«tddPr>M_________.
ui
TTie
first
pkk
' clutthrow in g contest ass w
dc in d ie NFL draft commit--------well a s a putting
—
t ed four turnon
; contest
)vere— giving him seven for
NEW
d iesea so n — ar
BW YORK - Poise a n d near-perfi
and nanoined winless in his
>^ection. Widi an awesome
/ f FoUowing play, th ere wil
will ba a n aucdon
disp la)
tw o p ro gamnes
e a s th e N ew E n g la n d
lay o f speed an d accuracy. Pa
P atric k R after p ro v ed he
jw th Items such a s a shotgu
tgun, sprayer, golf
belongs
Patriots rolled1 tlto a 2 M win Sunday night
ngs as a U.S. Open chiunpion.
. tlu b s and golf shirts. Proc
‘roceeds from th e
Rafte
over
th
e
Indiaru
ifter m ade just five unforced: en
inapolisCdts.
errors in the entire match,
I ;e v en t WiU benefit the CSI
I led c d epart.
SI ath
rctainiri
Manning’s foi
ning his tide Sunday by wirmiru
ft^ -y e ar football education
I J m en t
^
an all-Australian battle
withMa
at Tennessee dit
M ark Philippoussis 6-3,3-6,6-2 , 6
didn’t keep him from th rw W r .L ’ - J
ing two interccp
:i
inforTnation oo rr ito register, call
le 'th ird -s e e d e d R a f t e r w on
t e fin a l 1 0 g a m e s a s
^ o n s to T y L a w .o n e f o r a
^
•n th
•
Philipp<
S9-yard toudido
.A 733^554, E x t 2486. .
ppoussis' usually overpowering
s
down, and losing a fumUe,
ng serve became a liabUity.
The uiu
E
g
f
l
B
g
leading
to
13
po
points
unseeded Philippoussis had just
ust five aces and 13 double
—
=
os d ie Patriotss ( U ) —
oults, tho last on th e final
ledl& O athalfti]
tomt of the match.
A ny d o u b t ' i T y " » ™ N a - D 4
R a fter’s victory g av e th e
would fa lte r fai
faded
>pcn its second consecutive
;
V raN D E L L -T h e W end.
nd ell R ecreation
—
when Drew Bled;
e p e a t c h a m p io n . P e te
I j?»^Olct is offering a new
w ss la te of youdi
j j g
th e to p p ic k f
om prasw oninl995-96.
I /W g r a m s to th e community.
years earlier, du
Now I feel that last y ear
■ H flU
a 3-yard touchdc
r t ( : f o r boys and
down n J O jB iS S ''. ■J
n d gi iris in grades
A
■asn’t such a fluke. Now I
AUSTAEVENT
H K 9
pass to Terry Gk
S aturday
lay through O c t
„
,
,
can
I
an look
a t people an d say
Tve dom
o n N ew E nglan
in d ’s
one it again." R after said. “Hav
Having the experience last
f
ir
s
t
s
e
rie
s
o
f
t
^ y h d p e d m e in th is match.
i Registration, in duding aa ddin lc .is s d ,e d .
ch. I was very relaxed out
^
third quarter.
high school footIt ™
A nd a n y inkli
as Aussie Rules tennis in the fina
PeWck Rafter of Australlflklw
final, with bodi players divCost for par« « the U.S. Open tennis champion
plonsWp
Manning could ra
th e concrete courts an d s e n dn^g 1volleys rocketing across
tidpodon is $15, which in.dd uu d es a team ttrophy sftsr dafesUng cotmtjynu
g n erB
yman Mark Phlilppouisls 6 ^ , M6 ,,6-2,
G &0
th e C o lts (0
I sh irt
t But l ^ t e r had precision to go
go vwith his power.
Sunday
In
New
Y
orit
Ctty.
“I real]
e
n
d e d w hen :
iolly didn’t do an jih in g that m
muu(* vrong. except for a
Junior soccer and seniorr soccer
sc
arc also
few doub
th r e w h is thh iird
•uble faults,” Philippoussis said.
dien won th e next
la. ■P at h it a lot of passing
« (eight games to d o se out dle
ie rmatch.
; bcuig offered. Children in1 grades
gi
1-3 will
shots, he
mtcrception of th
h
e
m
ade
ine
volley
from
my
she
die night, to O iris Caniy.
D
unng
changeovers,
Rafti
shoetops.
He
was
playing
after diought back to his five-s
; play on jun io r squads; boys
oys a n d g irk in
g reat lem
ve-set vie- ^ la te in th e diird
ennis. The guy’s ju st quick.”
tory over Hicham Arazi in,kthd i o ^ t round.
d .quaner. He also dmrw
•. grades 4 ^ wiH play as s e m
c ia
ors. D a t « are
, Rafter,
d u t» intcrceptior
ions in his debut, a 24-15
CT, who had to rally from a two
_] “I w w thinking to m y ¥ilff t / r h i s is not right, I should
m frset d efidt in th e first
: the same as flag football, b'’“
u t‘ ^ e re g is tra uld
b
e
a
t
loss
to
M
iam
i
round ^butt never was threatened again
home, he said. “I was v ryTucky
^
t
and I f d t that way the
: tion/clinic fo r soccer w ai b te
e hh d d a t 8 a jn .
iinm the tournament, w on
i
$700,000
1
the whole
But th e Colts av.
X) and
moved up to No. 2 in the
the w r l d rankings - ju st
avoided their first
t o u n ^ e n t , very lucky to bc here.”
; Saturday a t McGinnis Park.
^
behindSSampras,
a
whom h e defeated Sati
0 loss a t Foxboro in the
imurm warrior widi a pony tail
Saturday m the semlfiiials.
, Raftw, looking like a Sami
; Volunteer coaches are nee<
leeded fo r both
H ie mai
mjmgjr
beard
that
h
e
g
r
e
w
d
e of Bledsoe’s rookie seaVduring the tournam ent, has a
M
ic
h
was
tied
a
t
one
se
t
ap
iece)
: program s. T hose in te re s te
d
Jce
and
2-2
in
th
e
d
iird
set
\
le d in h elp in g
w h en Rai
t^ o r-m a d e for d ie hard, fasi
m Manning h ii Torrance
Fast courts and hard, fast balls i
R after took com m and. A fte:rr hholding se rv e, R a fte r
\
;
Randy o r B eth As A ndrus a t 536U ^.O pen.
m oved to
■s t o i for a 3yard touch,
to break point o n an incredible
ible point when h e raced
down w idi 4K»Iefi
■ ': .
around th
eft m the game.
P h ilip ^ u s d s . in his fihtt Grand Slam final, stayed i
th
e
court
to
re
n
im
on
overtea<
}
■
JMd,. a forehand into d ie
r
co m er anj
‘h.e
n
i
e
Patriots
not
m a i c ± ^ saving 13 of 14 br
M d a drop sh o t H e broke Phili]
» t three field goals liom
break points until midway du
hdippoussis’
serve
on
the
t
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^ ju ^
A dam V inatierias
^ t t s f f reports
n e z ij^ t
die d urd set, b ut R after con^
as they rebounded froQ a
onvened
five
of
his
stx^bnudc
' aafter th a t
dcpom ts
27-21 loss to d ie5 {Super Bowl champion
D enver Broncos.
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Solheim Cup,
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w on $90,000, pushin
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1^
earnings to $896,188.
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S^ODO entering the tournament,
tot
Sorenstam’s 68 gave
ave h e r a fourd a y to ta l o f IS-ui
l-u n d e r 273.
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H
Shedian, who led Sort
o r c n s ta m l^ a
stro k e entering the fi
Shan chips out of a sand trap on the
m t only four fairways
he 15th hole at Meridian Valley
slid the Hall
Co«rtiy Club
d
Iub during
the LPGA Safeco Classic
I Kent, Wash., Simtlay.
■
74 for a 278, whichJ sl
Ic In
ofF a m e rin to a tie w itl
e W in s C a n a d i a n
f
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Friend,
who earlier holed out ji
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e E u ro p e a n .
shot for birdie on No.
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9
p la y o ff
! unker
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nd d uppcd from the front of die
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OAKVILLI
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grci
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V ifla e e G o lfa u b in DDubhn,
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o
Ohio,
o f b iza rree bbo u n c es an d h ero ic
sav.
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s h o t a 6 8 Sunday for
for h e r bestJVC p ar and stay in th e game,
ime.
putts, Billy
A
y Andnide won thc Bell
bla:
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lasted out of th e bu n k er to
ever Safeco finish.
to 66
C an ad ia n1 O
0 pen on S u nday by
fcei
;et and rolled in the birdiee 10
10
p u rp o se lyy pj la y in g in to th e
fore
irce the pLiyoff.
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B a l o c c t i f s e t s r’ee c o r d In
b u n k e r and
nd saving p a r to beat
|y|Q
w i n n i n g C o m f o rr tt C l a s s i c
t a t , . ™ " id
’'* on
' th e first playoff
lo n t e w in s B ritis h
- D e M K f i K k x t: f i .
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n - w hidi felt m ore
6 -S b y saw tng firo
tory
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Baiocchfs Sunder-par
I Sunday
1irfT Q b f i s r t n x <0 .1 ) a n d tw.
a r 67
like survival•al - ended a seven-year
C(
^ v e h im a twostrokce vv i ^ o v c r
COVENTRY,
Englnnii - Colin
□lin
f e a g U off A dan Botbr.
victory droug
ought for Andrade. He
Mor
ontgomeric shot a 3-under'669
Bruce Summerhays in
I eScm or
9
m th
has ivon thrw
u e e times on ilie PGA
Sum
P < ^ Tour's Comfort O
Oaassic atth e
mday
to win tlie Britisli Masten:
ter^
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our
and
has
S v U O
has traile d going into
byf one
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Bridorard Crossing and
’s
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md a toumaihe final rounc
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Rom
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he
B aiocchi, who didn
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over Friendd gc
going to the 508-yard
x«
b o g e y o v e r th e 54( hho le s, le d
closing hole
a Glen Abbey Golf
who luid beenlin
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. Monigomerie,
^
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tin^
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birdies
cn
17
and]
B O E% a i b K d tb e on e b its
Ul 18 to close
th ird roundd U
ing witli a 7-under 281 total at
for a double bogey
gg
tfae ^
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u s ^ a n ew
that cost him
tl lead.
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90
and
birdie
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,
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e
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h
1991 and equaled by Ray
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Floyd
In
Andrade,
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on Sunday.
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fo r 268 yards a n d tw o toudistring o a a haw k er dtniog
downs and ran f or
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w en t 69 y a rd s on ao p u n t ru n B etH s boune
m e e d b a c k fro m h is
d o•wns
m fo r th e Lions (0-2). tied
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,
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B a ltim o r e
S a mn e w ith P itts b u r g h .
e g a m e a t 2 8 o n a 5 -y a rd
R a v e n s o v e r th e N e w Y o rk
r u n n i n g f o r 131 y a r d s a n d a
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i i e Chicago Bears,
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kings 38, Rams 3 1
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n, headed
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down the m iddle, thleenn quickly
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n’t score from th e 1rST.
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cut to the sideline and
ith f o u r m in u te s
C uinn n in g h a m . s u b b in g f o r
m d sp ed to
J'”/ ' * ■"!'= w
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th e e n d zone. It w ass th
tl e th ird
M l . a ^ h ah ad
, a ch ancc to win
in ju
“rre
e d B rad Johnson, th re w aa
s c o r e on a p u n t ruunn!b a c k in
i l rq u a n e r.
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Lewis’ two-plus p ro seas
cll Lake in te rc e p te d
C arrtte
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easons.
ft
W oo d so n ,
w ho
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M inne
m e so ta o v e r St. Lotos.
jo in e d
Bahim ore ( M ) a s a fre e a g en t
T^ he
a tid -IO fro m th e S te e le r s ’ 16
(0-2) a hnost t ie d iat
th is season a n d w asI aa c o rn e r.
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th e fin al p lay w hen q tta rte rrb a c k on th e N F L ’ss a l l- tim e
b e e n a gam eback
1
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ha
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B anks dived f o r tfae
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team , stepped in front
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w in n in g d n vvc.
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scram
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with 8:44 rem aining.
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Lions 2 8 (0
w - b e s t 179 y a rd s a n d tw o0
lc 7
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th e way.
was
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s o f th e th ird q u a rte r
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in 1973^ of ‘b e team reco
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season, th e y
ro v e d to 2-0 f o r th e f i r s t
w on th e ir openi
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D an M a rin o th r e wMfco r t h e
sin c e 1986.
n e x t seven.
Dolphins’ only touchdown
» w n .a l7 B a rry S an d e;
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ris C h a n d le r th re w a 19y a rd e r to L am ar Thoma;
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six Boise S t. tu m oovers
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as th e
^
C ougars d e fe a te d th.
th e Broncos
33-21 in a n o n ^ o n fe
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foot*
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p o in ts o n a p a i r ooff 32 * y a rd
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field g oals b y R ia n Li
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B roncos ( 1 - 1 ) 7-6 a t th e h a lf.
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Boise St. o p e n e d th e scoring
^
o n its first d riv e w itii a 2-yard
ir 1
touchdow n p a ss from
im q u a n e r ^
b a c k B a rt H e n d riccks
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field g oals c u t HSU’S
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Boise St. d o se d to w ithini227
7 * :;1 w h e n d e f e n s iv e b a c k
e m p s e y D e e s s tr ip p e d th e .
ill from C ougar re c e iv e r Nfain
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aylor a n d re tu rn e d th e fum
um-*c 29 yards with 5:43 le ft. T he
B u t th e
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st over four m inutes rem aln«ouchdownn rru n on th e ensuing
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drove
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W
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45
kickoff, cut
4
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S^od witw ith 5:40 re m a in in g
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in d n c k s ’ pass in W SU te rrith
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t h i r d - q u a r t e r on
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C ougar dcfei
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jfe nsive ta c k le Gary
S jIm
f orc in th e gam e’s closing
nutes.
Holmes reco\
^covcred a BSU fumpn 'h e B nBronco 19.
^
L in d c ll aca d d e d 'h i s f o u r th
T '“
^'cld g o a l ooff th e n ig h t, a 24y ard er w ith
1
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rem aining in
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giv
WSU a 19-14
lead.
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B irn b a u m
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L e a f o rd
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H ackctt w ith a. n 16-yard touchd o w n p a5S
s s i n c r e a s in g th c
Cougars le ad
1 27-14 w ith 9:43
ad to
rem aining.
Vandaals overccom e defi(icit, rally ito beat S
San Jose,5State
SAN JO SE . C alif. U
(AP) - J o e l Thomas
■r u ^ e d 23 tim es fo rr 104
1C yards and Idaho
f
I
;
raU ied fro m a nine-p
>c-point, seco n d -h alf
d e f ja t fo r a 17-J2 vic«
victory over San Jose
State on Saturday night
jM a h o (2-0) took odvi
idvantnge of Spartans
to rally from
m a0 12-3 d efid t late in
th e third period.
The Vandals drove5 45
4£ yards for a touchdown following a lO-yan pu n t by San Jose
Smte's Tim M organ. The
Th score came with
2!fl8 left m th e th irdI qquu ^ e r o n a l 4 - y a r f
P * ssfro m E d D e a n to>Jeffrey
Je
Townsley.
•<Two p la y s a f t e r th e
R yan S k in n er recoverc
ing but were unable
UB
to m ake a first down.
S anJoseSta
^
g « a break eariy in Ibe
I*
game wiiai Ida
dabo'ls Chris Lacy, a fresfaman
m
from San Jose,
fi, received tb e op t ing kick*
k*
off, moved to
;o tb e 2*yard lin e a n d th e:n
n
retreated into
t> tb e c o d zone an d c k n * M
^
tiie ball That re
resulted in a safety,
im ble a t tfae San J o se 41. T he ^
le Vandals
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H
as
m
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it
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w
ith
1:26 le ft in
•ove for the gcKihead toudidows
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quane
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t e first
r w ben
q u a rte rta c k Brian
i r n e ^ a 12-yard run by A nthom
DoyTenner
Y ^ ra n fo u ryyards
a
vA,h
to coBii*!te a n S O jaid
Ith I 2 i 2 left in thc game.
drive.
Sjm Jose Sm te (1-1) g ot to tiie
le I.
Idaho 32
Uaho got a 4:
47-yani field goal from Ben
■>
tt (ailed on a fourtlhand^ play
w ith S ll
yw
Daviswith4:lS
15 ra n aim n g in tb e first half.
® a i n ^ - n i e Spartans got th ee bl
ball back
and San Jose S
S ta te countered w itii a 32*
a r nudfleld with three tn m »xsremaiQt^ ,
yard field goal
ll Ifrom D avid S ilberstein 16
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rccptcd th ro e Idaho
passes in tiie first half,I, blocked
bl
a field goal
a n d h ad a sa ck .
C arlos M eeks ru shlee dd 18 tim es for 89
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PROVO, U tah (AP) -- Tn h e season is only tw o g am es} old,
ol and
A rizona S ta te is a lr e a d
freefalL
•BYU so p h o m o re (ai
ta ilb a c k
w n n e y Je n k in s h a d a c a re e rhigh 171 yards rushing, 4433 1receiving and scored a touchdo
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Brigham Young b la ste dd th
tl e No.
14 Sun Devils 2 M bn Sat
S aturday
son p o lls
had them ranked a s high
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sh as
2,' tfae Sun Devils a re effcc
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o a t o f th e n a tio n a l title
i ase
Je ch
a fte r th e ir f ir s t 0-2 s tairr tt sin c e
1J79.
•■“ T h ey j u s t o u tp la y-ed
e d u s ,”
A riz o n a S ta te c o a c hI E
B ru c e
Snyder said. “We do need
t< p b y
dw
a lot better, but I believe
il this
■e UJ
team.”
'Brigham Young ( M ) wnu^domias i
nating on th e grotmd and
ii die
id m
a ir in its h o m e o p e n ee rr .. T h e
Cougars rushed fo r 214 yard:
ards and
l>a8sed f o r 166, w h ilee tt h e i r
defense sh u t o u t th e highgh-powe re d S un D evil o ffe n se uunn d i a
m e a n in g le ss to u c h d o wrn
n w
' ith
10:44 to play.
“I knew we w ere going: to
to play
well tonigh t," sa id BYUJ coach
a
U V e ll Edw ards, w ho colle
)Uected
his 23Sth w in to p ass Michi{
chlgan’s
Bo S c h e m b e c h le r f o r seve
e v e n th
, place in coaching wins. "WVeem
I cticed very hard.all w eek, ant
and w e
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F reshm
a of the Year. He was
inan
s u ^ e oded
n ^ last season because of
a n undist
disdosed BYU hoQor code
violatioa
ion.
T b e ^S D
u e v il s , wbo lost 42-38
tshington last week, were
were very spirite<
ited tonight”
pdadidined, coDecting IOS
Arizona S tate
te’s
’ high-powered
yards m
in penalties
p
and sooMaiiaes
o ffense s p u tte
e rne d aU n ig h t a s
displayin*
Sring a mystifying ioabOiiy
receivers droppe
>ped passes, quar^
to m ake
oi
» open-field
tackles.
terback R y an K<
K ealy m i s ^ h is
B righai
;ham
Young
also had an
targ ets a n d J.R
R .. R edm ond, th e
in Ibe
it loddng game. Owen
S un Devils’ s atarr m ulti-talented . P ochmaan
lan
was
perfect
on four
taOback, looked
1
d helpless
against
f ie ld goal
go;
attem pts, w hile
BYU’s run d efeaa
p se.
A rizona
S
la State's
BCte Gauthier
Redmond, who
i
ijo h a d 254 all-purm issedntww f i ^ goals In the first
p o se y a rd s la ss tt w ee k a g a in s t
h alf a nidd Steidien
S
Baker had an
Washington, m anaged
am
ju st 62 all*
extra potni
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p u rp o s e y a rIsd so n S a tu r d a y ,
Aiizooa
oaStB tt’5 first half was a
including 28 rushi
shing yards on 16
n e a r disa:
isaster. The Sun Devils
carries. H e alsoI fumbled
fu
deep in
m a n a g;ed
e d ju s t 118 yards o f
his territory with
til 1:16 retnaining
offense,,663
3 coming during a secin thc first half. allowing
aD
Brigham
ond q u arte
arter drive A ai ended in
Young to k ick aa fie
i ld goal an d
o n e o fG
a
Gautiiier’s
missed field
take a l&O halftim
im e lea d .
E»ai«
BYU p ic k e dI aap a r t A riz o n a
T h e Sun
Sun
Devils’ only touch*
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wii
itii d io n passed
d o w n came
c an
when
Kealy h it
by Kevin F eterik
ik a n d long tu n s
L en z ie Jackson
Ja«
from IS yards
by Jen k in s, w ho
s
10 scored
on a 2 e a rly in the
tiie fourth quarter.
y a rd ru n m idwlay
ay th ro u g h th e
third q u arter to ppuu ttiie g a m e o u t
• ••^1
of reach.
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■ ■ xm
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carries and 11 yard
ards last w edc a t
n y ^ N |i.k
Alabama because
» r f<l e s m m i p s ,
S S K S ,
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Nov. 3 . 1990. J H
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into tiie AP pon for
or tth e first time
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and its No. 20 spot.tis
is tiie school’s
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w witii a
after Saturday s 22-14 hom es win
wi over Cal Pcjy.
m ild cco
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p u lleidd w' ith a p artia lly se p a ra te d sl
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12, M ontana State
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