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• W A SH IN G T O N—-IDeclaring, "O ur work isI
not finished," Preside
lident Reagan said in a paidI
Sunday night that he willI
political broadcast: Su
s ta n d fo r re je c tioon.
n , At a R ^ u b lican rally,,
ac tiv is ts broke out
ut chanting "F our MoreI
Y e a rs ."
“ We a r e here to see that government
continues to serve you
yoi — not the other way
' ^ i i n d , ” he said. “We
“V are here to llit the
d l(be peace.” He s e t no
w eak, and to build
second term.
* specific goals for a seo
R e a g a n ’s
A review o f? F
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Reagan, 72, confirmedd tJ
th a t Vice President
George Bush will ogaln bc this running mate In
a campaign already well
ill 1underway. His top
aides predicted a clos e r ace.
a«
TTiere w«re no surprises
« s lh the /ouf^mlriutc
announcement televised frc
from the Oval OMIee
a t 10:55 p.m. EST. Several
Tol newspapers were
on the street with the stor
tory even before the
broadcast began.
4
m e D r c 5I , / e a r s
re all
The pre sid ^ iy fc k ed off: a list of problem s have
i got to go to work.” camt
npaign director if we can’t
an’t find room In our schools for God.”
ward J. Rollins lold the crowd
he said faced the natio
lUon when he took Edwa
vd
Eight
II
it men
are seeking the DemocraUc
Vhat Reagan called " a diffi
fflce In 1981, and concludo
ided, “ Well, things
Whs
fficult personal nom lnatio
iUon to oppose ileagan and Uie presl:Ision” cam e a t the end off his
1 rem arks: dent was
ave changed.” Echoing his 1980 cam paign declsi<
a
as already
on Uie attack.
ice P re s id ^ t Bush and I woul
icm e,hesaid, "W e m a d eaa nnew beginning. ”
“ Vice
thei
luld like to have
In an1 interview
in
wlUi Newsweek magazine.
ir continued
support and «cooperation In Reagan1 took
Tho former actor and govi
:ovemor is m aking your
<
T
t
dh«ct,.aim at former Vice
npleting what we began thnx
is fourth presidential cam;
impalgn. Twice he compl
his
tie years ago. 1
President
in t W aller F. Mondale. who leads the
therefore announcing thatit 1 am a can- field of D
did
Id not win the GOP nomlnatl
lation; this tim e he am th
Dei
em ocrats seeking lo opposehim.
dldate
Is;uunopposed.
ate and will seek reflection. ’’
“ Frankl:
nkly. I think he has tried to be aU
”Our workIs'not finish
His decision cam e a s 1,00
,000 GOP-bUlclaJs..... -HFesaid.
es
H
Ishcd." he said, things to
a people, and I think hc has m ado
'a all
H otel "We •have
1
ithcred at the nearby Mayflower
M
gatl
m ore to do in creathig
cr
Jobs, m ore pron
iromlses Uian probably can possibly
date who is ridlrigl,.acfife\t
ball
%ving contral over govemmc
illroom to cheer a candidal
nent spending, can l» kepi
^ e p t... His promises. If all kept, would
hlgl
^ Iln g more autonomy to the
-eady am assed a ^ -^ r e ti^
gh In the polls and has alrea'
le states, keep- give us aa budget
b
thal, as one of his opDonents
St. "Tomorrow we ing peace
pei
In a m ore settled woric
mill
illllon reflection warchest.
rid, and seeing
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WASHINGTON — The State De­
par
p artm e n t building, nerve center of the
naUon’s far-flung diplomacy, Is hav*
Ing serious mainlenance problems.
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Clocks
don’l work, elevators and
esc
escalators
break down and tbe
spacious inner courtyard Is littered
wlUi mounds of dirt and d ^ rls .
S tate officials decided last week to
rem ove all of the 1,400 clocks In the
m assive
eight-story, 23-year-oId
building aod replace some, of U>em
wiUi battery-operated <mes. . .
. T h a t sbould-m ake a iot of clock­
w atchers happy. So wouJd olher steps,
Buchas:
• Finishing repairs In U>e m ain
courtyard, which bas been tom tq> for
m onths to fbc a leak In the under­
ground garage.
• Fbcing Uie leak In Uie garage.
Sewage from re st rooms and rain
^ u t s drips onto cars.
• Keeping Uie building's main
escalator' working. After not working
for two months, the iq> escalator was
rbced Friday.
• Completing wortt on tbe new In*
cine
:in era to r so secretaries no longer
la v e to transport hundreds of bags of
disc
liscard ed classified documents to Uie
gar)
ja ra g e lo bave them trucked
Usewhere.
S tale Department employes also
wou
Avuld -like cleaner floors and
sathroom s, hallway walls pahiled,
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Times-News writer
TW IN PALLS -— Taxpayers In
lOol districts may
Idaho’s larg e r school
w onder U tbe state can afford to iceep
It in
sm a ll schools, but
I the Magic
wonder If
Valley, taxpayers may
m
they c a n afford not to.
1 save money? Or
WlUconsolldaUonsa
jfflo
the
lax load.
will It m erely reshuffli
me districts than
putting m ore on some
dl schools
benefit
-' other8?'Should small
s
a r proportion of
b y hav in g a greater
th e ir costs paid by the
th< state rather
dents? Those fi*
th an by their reslden
n a n d a l questions are
are part of the
p itr r lo
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money to sm all
“ AUottlng extra mc
rage retention of
schools m ay encourag
the
u nnecessary small1 schools,”
s
t'oters concluded
L eague of Women Voti
ie state’s
schoolIn a 1BB3 study of the
s
funding distribution for
formula.
Idaho allocates moc
noney to school
ice and tax base,
s y stem s by attendance
re m
Sm all schools receive
n o re -o n the
classes cost as
theory th a t small cla
u^e classes, yet
m uch to teach as Iarg<
sm all districts haveIless
Ies property to
tax th a n large dlstricU.
ets.
N ot everyone thinks
iks this Is a fair
system .
living nearly 90
“ D ietrich Is recelvli
ing budget from
p e r c e t of Its (q)eratlog
laUon supporter
the s ta te ,” consolldatli
)letrich told the
A rlyne Klsllng of Diet
n cummlttee
on
L egislature’s Interim
c
bllc hearing last
consolidation a t a public
.s u m m e r..
“U ils does not appeal
>ear to be fa ir to
^ r s . wbo are
the o tb e r Idabo taxpay
UiQ imiwwWKfit
isary burden of
lal support
for a
supplying tb e financial
1
. scbooi which Is oot geographically
ge
I s o l a t ^ ” Klsllng said.
Id.
S m all scbools genenL
erally gel m ore
n the
m oney p e r pupil from
U state, and
:ess local taxes,
tbelr residents pay less
we’s study. This
according to the league’;
is tru e d e c i l e tbe fatct
c t:that smaller
d istricts Qften have a higher than
-a v era g e ta x base p er piqpll.
pq;
U te re su lt is that lan
larger districts
i
Own building
appears jinxed'
Dividiingfuinds troy u b le ^ome ■
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B y ANNETTE CAR’
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A gency
on sh ak y
g rounds
< sa\u e ?
or
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Times-News writer
tber residents of
B ut b e and otbe
lansen wonder If
K lm beriy and Hani
» theirs
can afford
s d w o l districts like
U
ools when titey're
to l)Ulld new school!
needed.
ricts have aging
All three district
riy ’s junior high
buildings. Kimberly'
a n d M urtaugh’s high
hlgl school were
aiHlghdatesfrom
built in 1916. Hansen
1:
thel920s.
“ I t 's tough to do more
mo than survive
vice and upkeep,”
th e daUy malntenanci
builds a y s Powell of the junior^ilgh
Jui
irtably bot on the
Ing. “ I t ’s uncomforta
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M o n d a y , J a n u a r y 3 0 .1 9 8 4
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T W IN F A L L S—
-'*‘‘Times are hard.
B ean s a r e low.”
SuperinTHat Is bow Kimberly
Kin
‘owell describes the
ten d e n t George Pow
eo » o m y o rh ls a re'eathesedays.
ai
ugh times, schools
B u t even In tougt
» iand sometimes,
nee d maintenance
et, oot everyone
replacem ent. Yet,
afford refhinfcn Klmberiyf can
c
it consolidation.
plac em en t tbout
c(
more heat
“ I c a n ’t staixl much
m
es,” 8 ^ K im b e riy
w ith p n ^ ) e ^ taxes,’
)me. "Look a t the
p a re n t Max Osbomc
ta x burdens we put
pu on the little
I’t put
schools. They can’t
p out anymore
^
m oney unless they^doconsolidate."
do
completely sold on
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O sborne is not con
consolidation — he
b< is basically
luallty of education .
plea se d with the qual
L .c$c^^-at.K im ■; ^ ^ ...hla children ,have..c?
Id ah o
V ^es’
C oi
ir c o sts
R epair
jchools
sa p sc
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usually
Ing
y aro closcr to their taxing
ue,
lim its.. To
T raise additional revenue,
eriften m ust resort lo tax overth ey oft<
rid e levU
vles.
The ra
n n g e of money spent per
»r
pupil varies
va
glc
widely In the Magic
Valley.
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Twin
i FI alls was 112th’of the 115
d istricts
ts In Idaho in the amount of
m oney’ spent
si
per pupU in the 1962-83
school yye a r — $1,740. Bliss apent
ml
alm ost: twice
t
)U.
as much per pupil,
$3 306 but
b^ only 23 percent of the
he
d istrict’s
t ’s general fund come from its
ta x p a yver
he
rs . Eleven miles down the
iuroad,- Gooding
Go
students were edu*
c a te d fo
o r r$1,799 each.
m
T he ga
gap is also wide In eastern
Twin FFalls
t
inCounty, where consolIdaUor
id.
lon is being considered,
Klm beriy
riy spent J l.e ^ last y e a r to
educate
as
e each student, which was
about 88
88 perceni of what Hansen
en
spent and
at
at
58 pcrcent of what
M urtaugt
ighspcnt.
The Klmberiy-Hanscn-Murtaugh
K
gh
consollda
at
dation commlttcc.found that
if consolli
Isjlldation occurs, the new dlstric t woul
)uld lose about t22S,000 a year
ar
in s ta teIfunds,
fu
w ith figures
fl
like that to think
lk
about, aven
ev< parents who wont b etter
cr
educaUon
on for their children are
re
thinking
V
g twice
about consolidation,
p a t Fur
er
^unk of Murtaugh, a m em ber
of th e coir
om m ittee, says she originally
ly
supported
:ed the^nsolldatlon plan. “‘II
sr
thoughi; anytiilng
a
would be better
th an Muri
w
urtaugh,” she says. But now
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Vi8 o lld a t]g n .8 u p p o rters aar<
r e m ore likely •
Cons<
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ly because of the
fo h lave
a v a'h lg K e r h o u s e h o ldd IIin c o m e ^ / | _ ^ | | a ^ ^ B
sh e has doubls. partly
taxing procedures.
th a n eo p p o n e n ts .
)se financial dlfSmoothing out thost
icull.
ferences may be dlfflc
value — for tax
The total m arket vi
md rea] property
purposes — of land anc
trict^
because of
K SSB
in the Murtaugh distri
H H S
its geographic size., IIs higher than
Hansen’s, which has:neariy
n
150 more
HBSB
Imost two-thirds
students. And It Is aln
srly’s,
which
has
th e amount of KImberi
tinies as many
m o re than three tir
h V ....................... "
stu d d its as M urtaugh.
Murtaugh, therefoi
[ore, taxes Its
W K sM
the rate of only
property owners a t th
sed value. Kim0.3 pcrcent of assesse
b eriy ’s tax ra te Iss O.Sl perceni;
al 0.55. ■ ■ ■
Hansen is slightly higher
h
m
percent.
taxes are
B lf ia
“ I know dang wellI those
tl
N-j»FAvoa
fd consolidate,”
going to go up . If we
N-97 OPPOSE
board
B H l
says. Murtaugh school
si
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imins.
C halrinan Allen Cumn*
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lat same money
“ We could tako thal
tper school right
and have a pretty sup(
gh High School ,-----------h e re ,” says Murtaugl
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Andersen, who
P rincipal DeVon Ar
d is tric ts .te n d
S m a lle r school
scl
3n. "As a taxopposes consolidation
m ore m oney p e r pupil
to s p e n d mo
n g ilhere.”
payer, I favor spendlnj
/ill be free of
M urtaugh also wil
lERLY
682
S1,l
bonded In d c b te d n ^s by
1 the end of
r,-- Hansen will
th is year. Howev^,'SEN
366
$2.1
h a v e $530,000 to p a yf Ioff, and KimrAUGH
231
$3.;
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t>erly will hiive-a $ 1.29
.2! million debt
load, for Its -high sschool and a
Ioh.
grade-school expanslor
the three dls/
The inequities of U
led to (he defeat
/
tric ts ’ debts contribute
r ^ i q n t ) ; , ; ' " s iz :
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65. lhe last time /
of consolidation In 1965
it w as considered,
Uld nail when It
“ I foughi 11 tooth an<
le then,” says
w ent up for a vote
a js B iS
CJharles Johnson Sr.. of
1 M urtaug.
en were h'eavUy
“ Kim berly ahd Hansen
ugh'was In the
Indebted, and Murtau{
clezir.”
le now supports
B ut Johnson says he
consolidation' becaus<
tse he thinks
M urtaugh Is getting too
00 sinall.
If the schools consc
isolidaled, prodistricts would
p e rty in cach of the dl
one. But their
V
belong to the new or
FALLS
6 .7 7 3
.. .$1,
t w i n fa
s e p t a t e debts mightt rnot. Staic'lawONooPageAS- ,
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Slates tough issues
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BOISE — Idaho lawmakers pick up
i i e pace Ulla week wim a decision oa
the
i ie confirmation of Uie governor’s
'orm
fo
rr er campaign manager as
dU
inrector
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of. Uie HealUi and Welfare
D epartment and action on that
Dep
agei
igency’s request for a $2.1 miUlon
‘m eergency appropriaUon.
em
In the House, Democrats are lUcely
to
b voted down in Uielr effort to
o be
e ta
re
tain the litUe Davis-Bacon Act rc-q[ulrem
u lr ents that public schools and
oUeges pay Uie prevailing wage for
colic
onstructlon work.
cons
And a bipartisan House-Senate
om m llloe, struggling to work out an
cceptable leglsiaUve redistrictlng.
lan, h as turned over Its four
Itcm aU ves (o the party caucuses for
l e lr conslderaUon.
Legislative leaders say Uwy hopo
n agreem ent could bc r e a c ^ by
lid-week lo end Uie debate started
iien th e stale courts voided Uie 1982
pportlonm ent plan bccausc it In'
luded dlsUicls Uiat cut across counly
B ut even If a plan agreeable to both
jliUcal parUcs Is worked oiit, Senalo
resident Pro Tern Jam es Rlsch,
•Boise, said ills becoming more andlore lUtely that the May 22 prim ary
Ul iiave lo be postponed until late
im m cr i)ecause of the uncertainty
•eated by the redlstricUng debate.
“ I rcally don!t .UUnk..we .can com-—
e te the leglsiaUve and legal process ■
enough Ume,” said Rlsch. who
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M onday,.
ly, January 30,1964
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• CoaUaaeatnmPaga
agoAl
' proud of bln
dm, and ail, be’s ac- '' :•Tooarnadaii!
B eca iM o fiie aa ciata’I a lh m
sal of him. compllshed in
In a very abort space of
late S nnday'ihm oli*
. in the DemocraUc contest:said
would
make
the
deficits
$M
01
WOblUton.”
Ume.”
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gan’s desires, and tbe
icil has sky- - Mrs. Reaga
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ge, were two o'f tbe chief ■; t o © a ’p £ «
rocketed
$180 bilUon.
president’s age
jReaganto sald-be
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p»rtilaHnn ttin^ ttiaprpwtejqiects
cts a close reasonsforqie
'r ra
a ice, adding. ’‘As I’ve said
jtseekaBecondterm ....... “
UdEom any dratm igbtnoti
Un
tim es, just take tbe advice
lority Leader Howard H.
ce iof PresiSenate MaJoi
S l I O Wi S
dent Dewey r r — don!t get:t overconfl-o'
Baker, J r., one
le of Uiose likely to have
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^ s t o r m s o c k s M i i< d w e s t
del
) P nomination if Reagan : Ituarfc* aod' hoiplW " OBiWi
dent.”
sought tbe GOF
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1House Speaker Thomas1 P.
P O’NeUl had not, said in
ix a statem ent released .- vfhlfh n*r**“^*y
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Jr.Tone of Reagan’s most'pi
b y Uw While House
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; “Ife b u d eariy
secood local news
leiy snowstorm socked ^ tapperM ldw ^w ith' ' DemocraUc crlUcs, wasfpromlnentA blusterj
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Igbl to fbiisb Uie Job be
s quick
to earned the rigl
P ag e •m r today, ■b fflo d
u p to h a lff a ifoot of snow Sunday and m
muscled toward tbe
_react.
three yeara ago, and I
t)cgnn. over thi
rt while
Chinook wlnds_pis]
N ortheast
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*~“ Ronald Reagan has beena
m a divider;— pltigB m y whol
»ldw aredst?T ort*’-------- ---tleav^indow in tfieRSaUes.*•
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~{6rce rattlec
not
aot a uniter,” be said. “He has
hai divided
Jbnm y Cai
larter, tbe president
B ut th eire
re 'was a bright side to the we
veather report.
; S h e r i f f m l a y b e s u i n g s e Il f
Xir country between rich1 and
ai poor, Reagan ousted
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,ard County's
, 5 . * ^ fires
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>etween the hopeful and tlw
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bopiele^,
would
hot
comn
nment Sunday night, his
MaoagUig«da^,
mla
were
flickering
out
wilh
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b
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calming
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big
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discrimination
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Ktween tbe comfortable and
indlhem ls-. offlcesaldbiCk
Seorgia.
ane-force
Santa
Ana
winds,
n g elected, even though lawyers
lav
can’l
: filed before being
sruble. He has not been fabr
abrandU
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R
eagansaldl
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tbat
in
the
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3,300
residents
of
the
ir
mountain town of
is now tbe object of b er own
c olalnt.
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hom e we were adrift possibly because
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imperatures dln)ed
»“The American people wil
at iagainst the
S a l ^ n , Idabo.
Ida got a break when tem
onnelly filed tbe complaint
> Virginia L. Doos
will r e l « t th e Oval OBlce
ce, "We’ve faced many of a faUure bere bi Washington to
er flooding that has
oes, helping control the river
to9degrees,
three y e a rs ago. claiming? ssll» w M n o t
■ s b e r lf fs office thn
b u r m ore years of danger,, four
fo more difflcult problei
lems, and I ’ve come to tru
tn. s t the courage and character of you
leople out of theU: bom es slnc<
»»laslweek. “
“'earsofp«5n.”
“
is a woman.
kept 350 peoj
I cocsldered for aI Jo
Job
because sbeJ ii
feel a s p ^ a l1 bond
i
of Unship wiUi thepeople.”Uk
; n i e i o b was filled
id bby a m ale dqxity.
In a 'Statement givenn to her eacboneofyou.'
u.”
‘"But-worst of aU. we were on the
pokeswoman Saturday,- first
fir lady
brink of economic coUapse from yeara
He said that
It Uu*e years ago, Uie bri
J a c k s s oo n v i c t i n i o f b a icd t i m i n g
o
f
govemment
overindulgence and
iancy Reagan said; " It was
a
IS mutual naUon’s defense
ise were weak, "we bad of
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CULVER
videotapes
i I n m a t e s rr uu n e x t o r t i o n r iI rn g .
abusive overtaxation. ” tie declared.
leclslon. I support him fully.
1 very suffered humUt
y. I'm
IllaUon in Iran. And a t abi
h e accident in which singer
sr Micbael Jackson
Jndlcate the
ROSHARON, Te
T exas (A P) — A gang' of
o Hispanic
ng of a commercial
W
^aS d?n3e
« ^ fe red scualp
al buhis during tho f limine
; iniTwtftfl bas been
en running
drug
ed uben fireworla went off at
a t tbe wrong time,
#
^n> ^irm inB
woscausedN
prostitution rings
9 In
li T exas prisons—sometli
:ian said Sunday,
e t 1in Its way, according to a
prisoners wbo get
iven.
Hoefflin.said
be,
JacJ
u±son.and
others
------ptthH ghw rt Siaoday,nn
- - ~
BgoAl—
Afainienance.« i 5 a p i ^ ^ 'i n a U t b e ' federa]
office buUdlng.
fed
tbe videotapes, used by cam
unera operators to >
'oridng alr^hdiU otdng and.
• ,
B u t t h e s o ^ eed
d 'T exas j^TQdicate Is protec
md,broken federal buUdlnfi
Rf oland Gahn, a t ^ buUdlng man­
ngs in Washington. Re)t angles and not for th e act
ctual commercial.
celli
fh n t
tbOSe
elling and floor tiles replacec
an d a system of nu
iced. Graf- sponslbUity foror tbe txiUdin^ rests agem
age ent official, said Uiere m Just
- ^
S alu m ay nnight.
lg
flU
U m ara walls in ram e of ,Uie
i
ircem ent
told ^tbi s s
n ile t, law enfora
118 wiUi Uie 'Get
reneral Services Ad- th
thre
r e plumbera for Uie deparfoienl,
athrooms.
Chronicle.
set ablaze wben
batt;
hich has 118 baUirooms. I h e y ^
nUnisU^Uon, bu
iNit officials don’t blam e wwhl
i’s pomaded h a ir w as se
Jackson’s
One of tbose re^xmsible for
foi buUd- the GSA. Ib e y Yi say budgets cuts over also
Jobn Davis, a 3.Birazoria County prosecuto
utor wbo has
fireworks went
wi
als< responsible for other b u U d ii^ in
off nearby during tithe filming of a
lg. mabitenance, J ( ^ Con
tried syndicate idem beni for crim es con
Condtyan, the years haveei reduced maintenance tb
ommltted in
Pepsi-Colaa ocommercial. Tbe commei
tbe
e nel^iborbood. ae an b ig is bandied
lercial was one-pf
sre a r e o tb e r gangs organ]
ep ^ y ^issisUni; s e c r e t ^ of»
prison, says tbere
]f stale for capability at aa time wben demands by
anb:ed along
two to b e shown
sho
b yai privale contractor.
during the televisedI C
Grammy Awards
»®P>
wraUons, acknowledged som<
- ethnic lines, sucbb a s tb e A iyan Brotbertxxxl
omebfUie havegrown,' ,
» d and other
on F eb. 28.
O oe solution, officials say. would be
Uld black organizations.
problems.
: . w hite, neo-Nazi and
B ut the State
te Department is in a for
forth e State Department to resum e
said at a news conferenct
HoefflinI ss
ice-that-whlle th e _
b tJilding’s
^i
■"‘TI innbl-pleased with Uw
i
Ill vritb tb e wantonness
*‘B ut none UU
e ^qn s t» '” '*y for ita own mabiteB of tbe s
fireworks appeared
api
w appearqjpclal categor;
ory. Scarcely a week rre
to go off a t the wTong
n
time, he said
isaid.
yndlcate," Da.vi8sa
K
e
of
Uie
building,”
said
Con
nance._____________________
.
C^ondayan,
passes
Uiat
a
vij
irisltbigbeadofstateor
nan
there w ass ino malfuncUon with U
the pyrotechnics
an«
who
ho has been bi his Job only
niy a few forelgn'm inlster
s.
them selves.
e r doesn’t pass through
eeks. ” 1 want people to take
p
weel
te pride
bl -the dlplomaUc: 1lobby to om fer wiUi
‘*was happy th at be w as nnot more severly
JacksonI “V
G r a n t s g i vi re e n f o r e l d e r l y c a r e
U i^ are working
cing in. If Secretaiy of Stal
i n j u r e d , " hHoefflin
o
:Uon was one of
th e building
I
said. "His reacU
tale George P. Shultz in
they
PRINCETON, N J . (A P) - A found
ey see sloppy condlUons. If U
; see his sevenUi Ooo
ndatlon has
su rp rise annd
d irelief."
Uwy
oor suite. Usually the
totaling $ 1 6 ^ mililon to 2S
aw arded grants totx
iper and trash on tbe floorr or
oi if the visltbig official
S b ^ th c a ie
Hoefflin be
al wiU pause bi the
beld the news conferenceI aacross the street
tbe natkMi to develop proi
facilities across tb
nks aro stopped up. Uiey/ wUl
w not
lobby,
irograms for
from Brotma
ire Jackson spent
sink:
in a n Medical Center, when
ive any incentive to do thebj
keeping tbe elderl)
srly out o f In s tlttttio ^ offl
sfflclals saia
the night a:
iir part
to
"Tills Is our r m inistry of foreign
have
after Friday’s accidentit a t Uie Shrine
« p things clean.”
Sunday.
affaira,” said Ckindayan.
C
s. Tbe singer went
"A lot of
n ix
in downtown Los Angeles.'
Auditorium
The electrical system is coos
lers, president of tbe Rob
D avid E . Rogen
onsidered foreign visltores come through bere,
tobert Wood
home Saturds
atlay.
tmoded. There was an electrical
elei
Lioo, said tb e b o ^ lta ls aw arded
an
Johnson Foundation
^ a n ts
“Everyone
and we want to)rmaintain tbe building
head and
outm
>ne was surprised th at his5 whole
'
ted-a-wilUngness-to substitu
that-caused-partlitute-insUtu-— clothes-tUdd-r
ui-of_Uie— as4»-showcaseJ«
e«fflin-sald-in-an-------t i re-to-19a2
_W<tare.dobig-Uio bost—
-n o t' catch -on-fire/'-H oel
ildlng to be evacuated. Officials
Of
w e fo r tb e elderiy with bon
tlonal medical care
w ecan.”
om e nursing
interview bel
ace. "He Is very
t>«Ud
before Uie news conferenc
warn of the danger
c a re and services) in nutrition, transportation
On and bome
fortunate noti
Iger of a
Officials say Uithe dIpIomaUc lobby is
re seriously.”
P "vIvately
a
w t to have been burned m ore
m ore
>re serious fire. The
be air- cleaned before) iUie visit of a high
condl
□dlUonbig system provided
ded only official, but noUiJ
Uiing tias been done lo
h a If
lf tto two-thirds of Uw needed«
ed output hide Uie view Uu
Ih r o u j the glass waU
----------------------durin
ring
muchof
last
stmuner.
into tbe inner■ courtyard
i
cluttered
--------------------------TT
m department is asking Congress
rbe
Cor
wlUipUesofdlrt,i
t,tUe and cem ent
fo r- $46
$4 mlllkin for a Uuee-year
tarm abh
An esUmatedd 10.000 people pass
iance program, prim arily' to mod- daUy through U
the
buUding,
which
L it w
i t h
s o r
l y
t o
g
s ilze electrical and alr-condiU
idiUonbig covers four squai
lare d ty blocks. Afler
^ t eitems.
i
^I
th e Pentason. itt iis Uie second largest
T w ta FaQ g, J t n a ^
T hh e. F o r e c a s t F o r 7 p .. m
m . EST
R ,„ „ □
S q p o t tc M M :
I
S now ^]]3
_
M o n d a y , J a n u a ry 3 0
T o d a y a n d T uesday
l y a1r e e z p e c t s d t o b e
S h o w c r s g Q I riiifricsfFiJi]
I
■
T S
^
. f a ir , w itb e aste riy w in
inds o f 5 t o 15 m ph
• HH* ig h T e m p e r a tu r e s
to n ig h t ■»>< T uesday
(o d ay . P a tc b y tog (on!
/ / i J i
• ConUnued from P age Al
a ls o a n fo re c a a t lUtig
gbb i a r e e x p ec ted to
.
®
4
\
>
3
0
p j a nms
g to inUrxiuce a bill settbi
tUng Uie
|l y |
b e 3 5 to 4 3 :lo w iA o M
u ld
id b e I n t h e U l o 23
range.
p rlm
m jaryforA ug. 28.
C a m a s P r a tr te a n d tCe l o w e r Wood
lOV. John Evans, pushing
lg for a
■ ^3
GO'
R tw V a lk v :
/,\/
redlsl
NZT'—
llstricting apeem ent bi time
tin lo
l b e fo re c a st la for• snuon n y d a y s an d la ir
I
> y •v'iW Jir I
has in- boldd the ballotbig in May, hi
, n lg b ts to d a y iD dT uew
b
aeday.
w ith fo g in tb e
heduling
ated he would veto a reschcd
^
dicaU
S N A K I R I V a !R
R A U C fIO N
V
loto th e a fle m o o o s.
a y 110 A .M .
^
Evory Saturday
SC ^o
blU...
: H l g h s ln t h e M il o w si o f s e r o to l O .
Vans
as
lut
Rlsch
interpreted
Evar
I
: N o c tb e n i U ta b a a d Niee rna d a :
o p ?losing
2
hange in
only a permanent chan
T tie fo re c a st callsI ta
f o r a r e a s o f d ense T
H
U
I
I
S
D
A
Y
,
m
r iB R U A R Y 2
lea
th e pprim
r ary date. The Senate leader's
fog, m a in ly in (be nw tl
/■
IDAHO MOTORa OARSi
^RRELL PfRKINS EST.
m ary to
posal would shift tbe prima
v a lle y s . F o g Is expecte
K te d t o w id e ^ r e a d
/()
propo
M«rldlen,l
o n .lO .
t b is m om lQ g. O therwirlse,
ise i t sh o u ld b e fa ir
Augus
^ t only for this elecUon.
• n t : Ja n .2 9
Advcrlliamant:
—
(o p a r tl y cloudy tfaroufl
‘o u g h T u e s d a y . T lw
Naho.
Mwever,
Unllvd SolM Aisoc.
T hhaa t change would, how
>oc. Auc1lon*«ri
.
IhUMi W/«,.<lllct Ti........ 6 0 \
lo w s w ill ran g e (Run
m 10 h e io w In tb e
NOA^
3 A A .U S Doot ........................ V
_I
cance
primary
icel any presldenUal prii
v a lle y s to tb e iv f)er S
30s;
j s ^ h lg h s w ill b e t a w poliUlotlng Uiis year, forcing the
[
......
t
v
.
ballot]
o
n
t
s
:
(
^
d
^
r
^
W
.u
n
iw
;
• A T U B P A Y / '■
r iB
l R U A R Y 4
ttm iwifiq r 20s to upp e r 40i
c
a
l
p
a
nvenllon
parties
to
pick
naUonal
conve
ALUSON MACHINERY
<
RYCO..JEROME
—
|
I n N ev a d a, o c c a sJo
k ou al clwirtlfMiiiM is
d a y , bbu
la in ilo n ..^ G lc n n s P eny,
er
u t th e Idaho T ransp o rtatio n Oe
bore; Glenns
deleci
agates at state party meetings
ngs.
A dv*rtli*m *R l::FF*l
* b rv o ry 2
. e x p e c te d t o d ^ , w ith1 co
c o n tim ie d d r y an d
p a rtmn ee nr t rep o rte d some Icy s p o ts Jind
P e rry -T w in P o lls , tbare;
u
am
Twin Fallslelt, Uie
M a ala rt a O ib o m1** A uction Co.
Ml. David UtUe. R-Emmett
'
m ild d a y s thtw tgti *is H
—sd a y .L o w sw lU b e
s d o wOoors,
Oo
B u rley , b o r e ; Burley-Ul
•UUhllne,bo«.
mosUy a t higher e lev atio>ns.
n s.
mce and
chairman of the Joint Finan«
' a ro u o d 10; highsw lU bell
b e ln tte m k l- a o s .
ttw
I
n
U-S.
ao
—
M
ounUiln
Iln
Home-PalrfWd.
} following condJUons w e re r e
said Uie
iropriaUons Committee, sak
a m tiM :
Icy ^ t s ; F a lr f ie ld-Carey,
^i
p o rte d :
Icy spots;
^PP™
M O N D A Y , r i B •R
R U A R Y 6
T e m p e r s tu n s In Id*
ergency
Idaho oo
el
will
llkeiy
approve
emerg
C a n j ^ ^ ^ l c y sp o ts;i:Arco-IdahoPall8.
>
P«^
s i l l AND PHYUIS DAVIS FA
U
‘ARMMACH..
FILER
r a n g e d fro m 23 a t M< ab
a lad C ity t o SO a t
u . S . Li 9S — Oregon b o rd erM arsln
ibig for Uie HealUl and Welfare
We
b ( n ^ , |cy
fUmlln
Ong.
b a re ;^ B n tB rf:a U » M onntntia
o
g,
t: Fa
Fab. 4
Adv«r1li«m«Rt:
L ew tsto n . w ith m ost read
e a d ln g s ln a o u U ie ra
b a r e ; 1W eber-N ew Meadows, b a re ;
on Tuesday, sending
s p o ts to b ro k en & n ^ ^ ojoor.
(
ling ilto
^
D e plartment
ar
M o a tart t C a b c m *'AAu<
u c tlo n C o .
I d a b o In t t e aOs lo low
a
w aOs,
Uie N atto o al
Moecow)eu r
U A a s — T w in E ills-Nevada
la
or (inal
9w-Goeur d'A lene, w et; Coeur
border,
th e full
fu Hou%-«nd Senate (or
W ea th er, S e rv ice le plo
o rted
rt . In n o rth e rn
d 'A I « oe-Sandpolnt,
e<
)lntb a re ; T w in F a lls -A
r
w et;
SandpointAreo.
Icy spots;
p assa
j
ned lo
J M O N D M , r i B RR I U A ^ 1 3
jage.
But UtUe declineti
~
Idaho,
readl& 9 w
v e r e w ith in th e
B o n n ers
Arco-ChoUis,
b a re
i
jT s F e r r y ,w e t
to
Icy (pots;
specul
AIBERT SCHAAL ESTATE FA
M
AltMiMACH..BUHL
.
:uli $2.1
:ulate on whether tbe (ull
r a n g e of tb e m id » s ti
C hallis-Salm oQ . ic y sp
« b . 11
A dvartlaam antiiFF«l
ion will be authorized,
» 5 5 — Ic y sp ots In all a re as,
W lx i^ w e r e generally ligl
I ^ , Icy sp o ts lo_anowD
uction Co.
M o d a r* a O tb o m a A
Au<
tiea t o tie ar
I n t erns ta
t te 90.—P w r th o f Ju ly Cohyon.Dmae iog reduced v lsiblU
is
ed Uie
ae-Ketchum, bare;
T he
le agency b a s . requested
Lookout P a ss, Icy s { ^ to sn o w
Uw
z e r o In m a n y southee m
n i a n d " w m n t.in
G alen a Su m m lt-S tan le
j broken soow
II funds
ley,
m oney
ley lo make up for federal
fi
v a lle y s o o S unday mJoo m
n ln g . PocateU o.
..
floor.
lety
to Uie state for a variet;
lost tc
U
TM
M a la d a ll
Ua
'— Icy sp o ts lo all a re as.
B o ise, M ountain Home
^ .
ld a b o 5 I- B a r e .
er-lhanons
bicluding
a
higher-t
re
aso
n
e
t
l
—
Bolse-ldaho
City,
Icy
sp
o
ts'
a ro u n d
I d ^ i
r e p o r te d visibilities o f a m
“
la
te
r
s
ta
te
S
S
—
B
a
re.
to broke
oken sno w Ooor; Idaho Citynltted rate of erroneouslyf issued
is:
djoiweak.
I n t e n t a t e 15 — P oicatello-Utah
a
line,
L ow m an,
a n , b ro ken snow floor; L ow m ana r e payments. Counlyjr govb a re ;
P o catello -B lac
lackfoot. . bare;
I d a h o r o a d r ee [p O r t
S ta n le yy,, celoaed f o r the winter.
wnslble
who by law are responi
B lacW oot-Idaho P a llsIs., bare; Idaho
e m mnents,
a
x t m a jo r ro u te#
I n te rrsta
s ti te M - Caldwell-Bolse, b a re ;
B O IS E (A P ) - M ost
indigent
care,
have
warned
mots.
for
lnd
^
Palls-M o n ld a P a a s , icy st
fo u n ta in Home, Icy ^x>ts; Mounb a re o r w e t S u a .
Bol9e-Mo«
................K r o n Uie s U te w ere bar
treasuries will be hard prc
“■
U A 3 0 - B m .- - ?
localI U
iq>. tbe difference If
if Uie
JJ ,5
to ma:
ei
IdahoFallB
M
e• 4J ....
Kan»MOty
M jr '.... P0(ll»nd,0(0.
Ide Uie
—
slatureVdecllnes to provide
S3 J9 ::::
Lcgisia
LasVtgaa
' U
ea , u .... SI. Louis
44
4.n
...
LonHston
Mai Mln
»2i . 17
McCall
<in Pep LeaAngtlsi
UM S3 .... SallLakaCtiy
rgency
to d s. ■ '
«
®
•
emerg<
AiiMfguecqua
V
a2
Mompfili
«I«l
I t .... Sinfunetsco
6148 ....
SS
Pocatello
A lluU
U
»33
MlwnlDMCh
TB 4# .... SMUIo
JB
«
31
8
48
42 .o: Salmon
lie
re
’s
a
lot
of
sentiment
nt
Uiat
^
Botton
»
2t
n
OI MitwaukM
77
27
73 .01 SpoUno
31
I
'01 Mlnneapolia
18
%
*
:
cone made a mistake, but we
Cnicaoo
^
som coi
2 S
T iolri O l t ^
0
OWltS
U
S3
»
.... Na»0(1«ant
U
I
Uiat,” UtUe said.. “We'U
“V
Ma. Min Pcp
c a n ’tt recUfy
n
o«<)v«r
« aa
.... NawYork
U
£BS I
' Id a h o
0««Meinai
39 »»
Ye3ie<dar
11. We can’t leave tbose people
pe
I
.OS OktahemaOtr
M » ..
fund It
Otiroll
»
Xn
u
}l ....
Mai
Ma M,n Pcp Lasi Year
.08 Omaha
{Ingout
there.”
J*
*
hanglnj
Honolulu
a
nra
29
77
?t 18 .... Normal
...■ Phoonii
77 47 .... OolM
te con'
The« atUtude toward Senate
30
16 .... Today'*eunsel ................s.wpm.
tioualon
73 SO
78n 48 .... Dutley
X
SO .... Pinaburgh
IndUMOOCla •
91 23
17
« .10 Kaoerman
36
38
18
Totnotfcw'# autidl ..... •.?;Uatti,
!5
.01 PortUftO.Ma.
27
firm ati
ation of Rose Bovnnan as dire
o f th a t ogency. however. Is less t
Uve, th
U) o u ^ lawmakers on both s
expecte
c t approval.
—
1 986
: : G d l d w a t :eei f w o n ’ t r u n i n I 1
SoUwater, R>N (A P) — Sen. B arry Go]
WASHINGTON
lay b e will not seek r»«Iectli
> Ariz., said Sunday
: • fUtb te rm expires
esiniflee.
1
Goidwater, vitta
b en asked if be intended to run In 1966
W! Network’.
irview on tb e Cable News
•
ao Intervi
BH "Hell, no."
unday*' program , answered,
: “ NewsznakerSuDC
lid sen
- - . : T be 75-yearK)ld
i a to r has b m UI Inmrec e iil yean ,
• suffering froni a blp ailm ent and a pro:
’ • problem that roqui
q uired surgeiy last July,
. : -F lrs te le c te d to
lo ttb e S enate in 1962, Goldwa
Iw aterw astbe
n nom inee for president.• He
N lost in a
1 .yiwVin
: landsUde to Presld
miiugeiw
ast 250 people with
E a i * lt^a i t a l will enroll at.leasi
tiealth p r^ le m s and coordini
Inate care with Ujeir
ns, bome bealth servic
/ices, bom em ai^
, nutrition program s, day acare programs and
-victt, officials ^ d . .
oUM’servlc
P r p b je nm s -------
-T o d lay
f
's
M o s t l yly f a ir ,
KM
ireatheii r
bu
>me p a tc h
.awmaker
A
—
1 I
I
to te s
U n ited Stc
Q oveern m en t Ggu
I a ra n teed
National
Fa
Indei
' X
—
^----------------------
............... B 6 * 8
C l a s s i f i e d ...............
A8
C o m i c s .,................................
..
I d a h o ......................
...................A 5
M a g ic V a lle y . . . . ..............B 4
here are still some pec^le
'
"The)
lie wbo
Icaions
a r e n ’t
s
't satisfied
with h er quallflcal
N a ti o n ................................... A6
voles,”
ere will be some rwgative voU
sothert
expects Uie Scr
s a id Rlsch,
Rl
W e s t ........................... . . rrrr-A S
S ta te :AAffaire (Ommlttee to reo
W o r l d . . . ............................. A7
early thisi/week
/W
AO
m en d1 conflrmaUon
t
D e a r A b b y ............................ and a V
1 vole by Uw full Senate before
bel
’send.
w e e k ’s
*
ned to
s.
Bowman.
46.
was
named
M
rs.
SUbMTtpU
rtpUMRatM
“
cy, the
ome ddivery; dally. tl.lO per week;
C :Sunday, 7V per
h e a d tthe
h 2.400«mployee agency,
dally and Sunday, tl.W p V week. Rural
Ru
moCar rDgtr
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gc the massive Health.a an d
<I bm poetaae paid ai Twin Falls by T7
re DepartmenL
. W elfare:
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^
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Monday, January 30,19S4
Tlmos-Nowo. Twin Falla, Idaho A-3
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b leto b rln g tb enJJJ
i up to code.'^ ’ ’
d rewiring. None meet
5
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codes. They a re not
m cxlcm fire co
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP)
(A
1
a d e q u a te for' m odem teaching
Owyenne could need a Uiird
!
overhead
projectors,
fr
equipm
ent
lUce
c
...........d o w n ? " ............
_
high Bcfaool
serv e students
stu
riters, com puters ^ d
^
.
e le c tric typewrit
In M urtaugh., parent
p
Jerry Lee
who
would
be
crowde
vded
at
O s, Stastny says,
A
video recorders,!
says, “ T be high sschool
d
Is flal getUng
i
•C enU^ and East.high.se
I. schools
.
lee-has recommended
T h e committee
worn out. Tbey do
U best to keep il
k>Uielr
H
d im
..because oflhe projec led
li pact........................V I
ih each school ciistrlct.........
th a t r a th e r Ibah
. up, b u t it’s 5tUI rundown.
rui
Tbey have
^
roject, a
of the MX missile proJc
separate facUity in the
co nstnicting a se]
tbe sa m e lab setup
uip Uwy had 20 years
b
school offlclal s a y s ..
ley should pool their
^
n e a r fulure, Uie;
ago u lie n I w as goln
plngtoschool.”
o
“
We
are
at
capacity
t
modem high scbooi.
tio n
fu ndstobuU dam
had to pay an
^School consoiidatioi
In Hansen, the district
dls
m aU Uiree. districts... ...iJunior and senior htgh s
S tu d e n ts . from
additional, no o . for
tor Its liability- Insur-,
•
^
levels;” 'ByT«Q'Bflny,“‘ tbe"8u-'tli
adequate
lib
rarie
s,'
^
_____
J
then
would
have
ance to cover• accidents.
t
Board L----perintendent
of- • Lai
Laram ie
art rooms, physical-,
m u sic rooms, ai
m em bers cite tbe
fc
le building’s
age and
County
Sdiool D istrict
]
:t No.
1
iglng rooms, vo-lech
;
__'
condition a s the^rej
..reoson.for Uw addl- done
ne cosmeUc finishing wiUih ppand- ed ucation chang
,_8iUd._l!ADy.-addlUonal..it
-slnrient______— C O f l M PL E T E _____
ulture-edueatlon facU-------;rupU
tloiial n .S mUlion
I ll^Uity cover- Ing,”” b e s a y s .' ‘They can <»ver
in In
li ie'“ ^acUltie9,-agriculi
p a « U .e
Increase Is going to lmpa<
^ th y o u itie s a n d sciencee lilabs, Stastny says.
age.
>blems, but it will catch up wiU
probl
JN E R
'
dIstrlcL”
ood seUing point for
'
jctureis
T h a t is a goo
Old
buildla
Idings aro not unique -. even
sn if w e Uilnk Uw basic structi
'
B
a
^
beads
the
educal
icatlomJ
O M ILY
I
Hansen, hc says. But
_______
to Kim berly, Hansei
tsen or Murtaugh.
sounc
ind — and we don’t know iff Jt
it Is or K im tierly and Hi
cialtask
subcommittee
for a specia:
‘
idy. Just M u r t a u g hxis so0 ffow students, it could
C asU efordH ighS
h School needs a new not: wiihout
w
an engineering study,
’emw^to
-ib
.»
build i t s own new
w high school for less
i * rc e-sc t up la-OilByeni
coocem the old walls lo okk ia t wliat happened in FUer.”
roof, b ut th ere Is coc
3 impaci
preparelor
Uieprojec^'^in
SERVED 4 : 3 0 - 9 : 0 0
rtiuld cost to pay for a
•
sre sur- m oney than It wot
would not support
rt 1It. Two bond eiec*
In
n 1981, Filer officials were
________
^ k e recently " oolf n t s ’'
solidated buUdlng.
.. and
\assessments.
s h a re o f the consol
' tlons to build a new
tew high school have. prise<
sed to see daylight leaking Uirough
Uir
;;
:
able to expand Ihelr - '
school
“ B ut to be ab
failed In th e last yea
fcar.
,
Uie! fc
foundation of a p art of thee sc
lies on '
' D ' t XO S
^ ADBAR
y>
would need to be In a
. Pr^lm lEary ' esUmlites
• DESSEFrr
spection cu rricu lu m . Utey
In Sbosbone, blue
)lue slQr can be seen th aitt w
\ as buUt In 1918. An lnspe<
lid move
*
_
how
many students would
J
f
NK BAR
• SOFT ICE Ct^EAM
“came la rg e r buUdlng,” Stastny says. To
e r beam of Uie gym ' re v'caled
es
through th e center
basement walls thatt “c
into
Cbeyemte wltb tb e pr
w bottom of the issue.
'
roof. T he Bliss scho
ctuol Is 64 years old. a p aurtl wilh a spoon” and aQ bbadly ^*ni, t h a t ’s al Uw
vary,
but
a
'q
ie
ciflc
f
1
^
WITHMEALS
'
rding to B e tte r buildings3 mean space for a
ool Is SOyears old; il sa g•ging
gl
The D ietrich school
support beam, accordir
-----------expected this . vreek %rtien
'
tw jte r curriculum,
m .hesays.
®
h as n ev e r had any
iny major structural th e ssuperintendent
u
a t Uie time.
ts study
s
illdlng is Just a sec‘URS-Berger releases its
iesam
" T h e new.bull(
rem odeling.
s e'
. “ 'That
TT school was buUt In Uie
projecon
M X project Im pact p
r
iterialSi o n d ary benefit."
But not everyone
wiscrylngdoom.
li
tirhlee lfram e, from the sam e mater
tions.
ir Tom Stivers, \rtio
^
terioraH ouse Speaker
Incipal DeVon An- YouJ ccan already see som e detcri
M urtaugh Prlnci
t t , such
stem .,,-Twin- Falls
- ~ B u iy s ^ d alteitiaUyes,
re p re s e n ts easti
tion1 in
ii th e Murtaugh school Ifrvouffo
d ersen say s the! -high-school-looks
-h
yo
■M
^
c
o
u
n
ty
,
bel^evcs^
1
Murtaugh
fs
an
Ideal
f dbubJe sfflcflotB o r i esnnt g t h ^ '................
SOyearsagowhenhe IntoU:
>Uie gym;” Stastny says.
b e lte r than it did 30>
wmldn’t
log
insolldalion. Hc cites
“ Uw scbooi day, Just wou
le w
walls c a n d id a te for con:
Uwre and should lost
“ In
in som e areas, the blocks Uie
I
applied for a Job the]
work.
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On the th e com m unity’s5ppopulation trends.
a r e m ade from are crumbled. Or
‘ - - for m any more.. - •
..“ In-order to t ^ d , 'w ee’re
’n »>•
jrating.
T h o se changesi hhave been dram atic.
side, the concrete is deterlorat
" Itw a so n e o fthIte
e cdingiest places I'd outsid
tnnce,”
■
.'iJJ^ to have to have assistan
diaries Johnson Sr.’s
buckles
one of Ch
ays. “Now, the coal- A ndI when
v
It’s wel. the floor buc
ever see n ," be says,
b
a
t
wo
.
.
.
.h
e
said.
“Wfi
know
wbat
from M urtaugh High
^
io oon It. sons graduated fn
8 5 9 KIMBERLY ROAD
TWIN
T
FAUS 734-1223 ^
ween
the gym, but we've betw
e the waU. When you step
; Ing Is peeling off th<
. 0®^ ' and we’U see w bat
)ut 30 oUier seniors,
School wiUi aboul
b ^ p re tty good aboul
abc Improving Uie m u d ooozes up on the floor.”
hpens.’’ .."
Phis year, tho senior
''»*
Udlngs’ Jo h n so n says. Thl
Lastny summarized Uw bulldl
j
. school—spent a lolo
olofmbney.”
Stas
idents.
'—
!
of
Uie
cla
ss
h
a
s
nine
stud<
dltions In a report: “ None
1.
T hat m ay be tni
true, but it Is not condit
•safety’
“ R a th e r than1 buUdlng a iww ----ic buildings meet Uw ‘llfe-saf
enl Stastny, of Uie th ree
1
enough, say s Brent
re, they'd b elter be
ded by schoolhouse Utere
guidelines provided
!
Klmberly-Hansen-M'
hMurtaugh
con- codee (under
i
jnsolidalion,'' Slivers
:aUon), thinking about con
S ta te ITepartmcnl of Educatli
ttee.
' th e SL
I
solldatlon committee
feasl- says.
and Murlaugh have and it would not be financiallyy fe
I
“ Both Hansen and
------- ------ • O o o t l ^ rftajm
fi
P igB A i
top floor aixl cold
Id on
< the bottom. We
need to re d o Uwt he
heating. But what if
we spend «iro,O^00 and Uien tear It
I
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____
Mondays A
Are
ipeclal At N
c
'lorth’s
...
S;eniqrsi
SPECIAL
t
$3 2 ®
. F ItlE E ‘7 '
C o n stioUdatUo n ----- ^
school
solldatlon.
ool.
m C o o tin u e dIfromPageAl
fro
han SS
Twenty-four pei
percent of those who
point, and Uie issue
If the
U school cosl m ore Uian
is unclear on this po
lion lo buUd, Uie Klmtwrly district
dist
opposed consolldc
datlon In the survey
isidered by Uie mUlloi
Is
being
consid
would
tld
have
to
ask
Its
voters
:rs
for
had fa m ily incom<
mes of $ 12,000 o r less,
L eg islatu re .'
mlssion-lo-tax-beyond the bon
bonded- -c o m p a re d - to 7 ppercent of those in ----j - --------— p a itlc ip a n ts -lni-'The-Tlmes-News—perml!
-'l
•btness limit.
>re opposed lo debt Indebt
favor.
^ty-nlne pcrcent of
I
. o o n s ^ d a tlo n f Eight;
rsons said they favor
fiberlyStUl, m ore perse
em bers
of the
KImbe:
who answered this
Men:
I
th e 46 persons wh<
on oppose ll. But the
Idation
consolidation
than
revious debts should Hansei
sen-Murtaugh
consolldal
■ question said, “ Prev
birds of the survey's
support of two-Uih
sd:
nol be consolidated.”
d.”
comm
mitte
l e say financing a new sdiool
Jmberly and Hansen, •
m nmay - p artic ip a n ts in Kin
ly ims Uie largest buUdin
Jing is feasible. The problem
While Kim berly
n 1Murtaugh m ay not
sollda- and 60 p ercent In
tie (only modem high be con
t>nvlnclng. voters Uial consoll
;
debt, it also has the
iho law requires a
‘
chunk
be
enough.
Idahc
tion wc
would not take too large a dii
t;i
school.
tw o-thirds majorit;
ity for passage of a
budgets,
ion c o n ^ tte e has out o>fftheir
t
I;;
The consolidation
id that
bond Issue,
survey found
t
at sstudents from aU
T hleeTimes-News
'
:>
reconunended that
on arc
ould attend sevenUi perso
n who oppose consoIldaUon;
ons
I
ttiree d istricts woult
to have lower family
fan
Tomorrow: Siio
.
hould consolidation
:
and eighth grade In iUie present Kim- m o ere.likely
m es than those who support
rl ccon- stop at th e admlnlst
t>erly High School,, ar
and a new, consoll- Incomc
Istratlve level?
would be built.
:i
daled h i ^ school woi
wUl let
;1
,
“ I don’t think Kimberly
Kl
>1
J others com e in andd use
U! our facUity for
ire over a mUllon
1
« free when we are
IC V A L L E ‘S
magic
S
2 doUars In debt,” saj
says fonner board
" ^I
,
F
F IS H E R S T” Nauman.
^
I m em ber George “T”
>uld bc a point of
h
:
However, it could
MNUAL
‘ ' - ; co m p ro m ise..
iN Q U E T
IP f
have to concede Uie
T
*
Siq>porter8mayha'
ro.
looiurlna
j
• m e r ^ g o f debtsI to gain consollda?LEFT
rT.Y KREH
. ,
in B
Barker, R-Buhl.
^
: Uon, say s Sen. John
!lylying Innovator,
'
■
Aulhof,
lly
/e Ito say, ‘Overall,
jK
:
“They m ay have
>ant3iniornaii
laiionaily renowned
district
; th e sludents In thee combined
o
lisiishorman.
We're
• wUI g e t a betterr education.
e
(Uie debt) because
■ wUling to p ay off (tli
SAT.,., IFEB. 4th
iflK
: a ll will benefit.’ ItI may
m be a point to
6:30 p.m.
Tl, - No Host Bar
rkersays.
yKflT
; com prom ise,” Barlcei
^
J
;
State law limits: the
thi bonded indebt8:00 pp..m .-D inner
That would
, .
!
' e d n e s s a s c h o o lc an ncarry.
a
wil
vith wine
which
/
'
> not be a problem or
forMurtaugh,
I
It ItItcould present a
R e s e r v a t i o n s O nl
/
n ly : 7 3 3 - 6 4 5 2
; wUI have none, but
I '
: problem for Kimberlj
erly.
/
HOLIDAYy liINN ^ T W IN FA LLS
goes forward and
If consolidation go
jsso lw ln e . M em bership
Dinner. Glass
it ddebt was not con• K im berly’s present
3le
$20 p e rs o n -$S35
3 £ couple. Tax Deductible
I
solidated, the lisW
dist ct would be- V
ward Idaho F ish in g Conser'
srvation______ j 2 J
All p ro c eed s g o towar
Ilng just over C , .
I
. lim ited to-spending
are of a new high
i
: million on its share
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Taiilk was ppolitical
icans will applaud most
did, America
Ju st a s Congress
Cc
sident Reagan’s S tate of
le s tlc themes in P resic
of the dome!
ppose his calls for fairer
er
'■
the Union m essage. Who can opp
nom lc growth, attack<s
s on wasteful spending,
taxes, econo
a, ending “ barriers of
rtunlties for women,
inew opporti
ent and other shared
W gotiy,” a safer environm en
i
values?
ntu atin g the positivei -— ahd edging toward,
...........B y-accent
f
the political
a l cen ter b i som e a rree a s — Reagan set the
mdoubtedly declare his
Sunday, w b ^ he’ll unt
I:
stag e for Sui
!
candidacy fifo r re-election. I t vw as a solid political
j
speech.
is back,” w as upbeat, .
I
His m a joorr theriie,^‘America1 U
cans feel better. That’s ;
many America
and it w U niake
IT
fine.
^ d on too m any Issues
But th e mnes
e aren ’t policies. An
n
le policies that Reagan
*e t o u ^ decisions, the
th a t require
re vague than hopeftU.
s
re
unfortiinately
m
ore
outlined w e n
st is a m ^ o r example.
Red Ink in th e federal budget
le
Reagan w as]
Ve m ust b ] ^ g down the
IS rig h t to declare, “ We
Y et his solutions,5,
th a t his policies creakted).
te
deficits” (thi
Dpholes,” gave ho hope
e
su ch asclo »sing
slj
‘‘certain tax loop
tican t reductions a re in sight. He evenh
th a t slgnUlc
)n th a t has documentedd
id h1 is own com mission
downgraded
-only th a t “ we couldd
wasteful spe
p en d in g by say in g -o
savings based on thee
h e possibility” of sa
examine th
commission’!
n ’s work.
at his call forr
Congress roared w ith1 laughter
L
Many in Co
new tax p rooposals
p
by D e c e m b er r;1984 — a month afterr
n e w ta x e s Isn’t funny;
the elecUon.
n. B u t the need fo r ne
foolish.
another y e aIT’S
r ” delay.on action Is}f<
ive m anned space staan expensive
R eagan pproposed
n
tioii, w ithout
(
i t offering
evidence o>ff its
: need. He talked ofi
id tuition
tax credits forr
I
doing m o reIfo
f o r schools, but urged
i
that pose g raave
v threats to publicC ^'
I
~ private sc hheels
o
education. H e .en d o rs^ school1 p] ra y e r and opposedJ
ronic appeal to conabortions, in a n iro
choice on al
servatlves w ho used to say , “ You can’t legislatem orality.” .
Ic about the state of the>
I
There Is rea
'eason to be o p tim istic;
lut there would be far
ie a g a n suggested. Bul
I
Union, a s Rei
Tonger leadership role'
n iif h e had taken a stro
/
m o re reasm
i
and not decfd
2fded to defer actionn ion critical d o m ^ tlc■
I
Issues.
nt had too little to say,
On foreign
[
n policy,
the president
'
new substance,
i
and what h e! dU
d id say was w ithout nc
ates is safer, stronger
red, “ The U nited Stat<
;
He declarec
n before.” Stronger,.
■
• and m ore se c u re In 1984 th ain
t
perhaps, Dut
u t surely not sa fe r.. A
. sm all victory inI
I
Grenada d idi n o t make us so.
lls bipartisan congres­
on, Reagan has lost his
On Lebanon
s ’ presence, and polls‘
m sus for the M arines'
I
' sional consen!
an s a re for a pullout.
I
show that 566 Ipercent of A m ericar
was content nm erely to m ake theI
j
B ut the p reisident
si
'
Lhat “ we a re m aking.
:tionabIe judgm ent th]
^
highly questic
come to grips with this
i
progress there
jre .” He will have to co
ir
the
consequences
at
>
issue before th e election, or suffer
th e polls.
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—
—
timeandckMia
onaUons on Uie emergency lights and
id s w o n ’t g e t c re d
F e a r s kid
smoke dectors
tors; Don Scott, city electral Inspector, )
roffer eongratulaUons lo the
Iw ouldliketoo;
le 1state of .
Attention, all jparents of school-age cdiUC
Udren.
and Gary Eari
2ari, clly fire inqieclor, for Uwir
lent of M idw ays, for being' “ ad
j ay
Idaho, Departmei
A re you ready
ady to give iqi another right or
01
•'above-tbe-ca
H:aU-of-duty”
efforts In helping us fln d a
rshort” again, fordolngajob
lateandacktU arsl
job 30
privilege to aicUctatorial
cUi
way o u r schoolssarebebig
a
sulUiblesbelte
eller; and the many churches and
m inutes late 0 0 U
> Perrine Bridge Wednesdi
Uie
sday
nm , where pare
orents tiave no say on how fttlsru
Ii n ?
servlceorganl
{anIzaUons ttiat tiave helped, including ■
ac
m orning, Ja n . 255,, 1concerning the eight-car•accident
Concem inglh
5 Uw new 90 percent attendani
uice
Uw Magic Vall
Galley Medical Auxillaiy, Junior O u b , >
lim e Uie accident s tairted
rt
a t7 :l0 a .m ., a tuj^lch
^
recommendatio
ition that will twcome an auto
tomatic
CtirieUanWoii
Vomen’s FeUowsblp, Valley C tirlstlan
«
happening. A stati
ate sandbig truck arrived lo
s d
o san
back-doorlawai
v a s of July 1984: Most of o uirchildren
n
Church, F irst
I
rst MeUwdist
Church, P resbyterian'
th e bridge and apf
p p ro a c l^ al approximately
Jy7:30
fe ar not getUng
ng 1ttwlr credits tiecause of an
Ul Illness,
Chureh, Salvai
IvaUon Army. South Central Communityt
o ro th er.ex c usable
s^ absenses, over the aUol
oiled 18
Action Agency
ncy.
,
_
P ^ t r a f f i c ^II tUwbridge starts aboul 6:«5
♦5 a.m .. ^ y s a - v e a r ^ JTtw
b i State Boahl of EducaUor
o n isu sln g ,..
.
from both (Urectibi
ions. Why can’t Uie state go
t ork lioldlngbackaci
b tow
a credit a s a blackmail weapc
following people: Mr. a ^ M rs. P hillip ;
ponto
' Also,Uwfoll<
t>efore7a.m; ondi
d maintain such dangerous.sections
st
enforce Uie90pe
Ipercenl attendance. A paren
ent should
Nelson, Dorotli
r o t h y G ^ , Russell Renk, Dr. M iles — <
of Uie stale hlghwi
ways?
tiave Uw rightt to excuse Uwir child wheoev
ever Uwy
Humphrey,,Chariotte
Ch
Green, Jane Loomis W atts, <
I travel this sect
etion of road iilmosl dally fro
From 3
see fit and notLeven
ev have to go into ttw detai
tail about
Bonalyn Gales
lies, Lura Morgan-Renk, Becky Jensen,
idbave driven ski buses and
1. e
a.m . toSp.m . iuidi
d iarg
why ttiey excuse
isedthem .
wick, Diane Connor Brown, D ana
ElalneFenwici
tru ck s steady forr llIn excess of 10 years. I have
ve called
W j:. BURGE
lESS
inda O'NeU, Cheryl Turoczy, Ron
MikeseU, Undi
^ollce on different occasions
1
theldahoS lateP ol
is and
Buhl
roy Riedeman, Dale Atkinson, T ina
G oertien,Joyl
onU ctthestate Highway
requested they coo
m a Martin, KaUiy Hammond, G loria
Price, Thelma
Sanding. It looks to m e likelthe
th stato
D epartm eni forsai
ries, P aula Holllfleld, Al MUler, R ita
: ' ' Bryant Davies,
ment would leam .
H i^ w a y Departm
ItDuU and Sid Dillon.
- Laiom ,PaUDi
for sh e lte r h elp
d approaches tiave been theescene
s
T h a n k s fo
T his bridge andi
! muany m ore nam es to add to o u r list, but
T h erea ren
ts and many thousands of doll
of m any accidents
tollarsin
A? m any of yoi
you know. Magic Valley now
I
AThasa
^ c e d o e s nnot
o t jallow for a complete listing of a ll tbe
ss, Injuries and one life in
property dhiiiages,
s h elter forvlclin;
tlm s of ckimesUc violence. Th
rhe board
.generoushelp
v have received. We sincerely
2lp we
November.
Against Violence
of directors of Volunteers
Vo
:ewould
thankallofyou
you for your stqiport. DomesUc violence
n caused by excessive speed,
Somehavet>eeni
Kl.but
like lo take Uils
]
s 0opportunity
to ex pressourrgraU
{
lude. is a continuing]
ing problem, and we will be looking
lUy reduced if Uie state woulc
th is could be greaU
uid go to for Uie many, m aany generous donations offUme,
t
/our continued generosity In supporting
forward to youi
ler and shnd such diuigerous
w orkalilU eeiirllei
is
m oney and malei
Iterials lo make UUs shelter'funcUon.
fi
the Volunteers.
ers Against Violence shelter, which
secUons of roads.
r, we
In particular,
v would Uke to publicly th.
UiankUw
servesaU oftbe
r tbe MaglcValley.
JOHN W .G U C K
foUowlng: M a^c
^ c VaUey Electrical Siqiplyi'and
t
PENNIJANI
ANES
Jerom e'
aUey Elec Weal AssoclaUonifo
f rltw lr
Snake RJver VaUi
T reasurerof'
r of Volunteers Against violence
m a in te n a n c e
B rid g e n e :eds
e
;
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Presiiidehi-s5 uniont sp eedIn d o ze?d hapip in e s ^^cihdapp p lep ie
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It was worse than rngratefu
sful.lt was a
presic
isldent's fine teleprom pter —and
—
stepped
WASHINGTON — I t ’w as a glorious portrait
olitical boner. The president
poll
n t was so slick and
oneac
each oUier’s lines. Tbe presld
of America lhat Presidi
sideot Reagan painted In
lident was live,
mooth iuid orgiinlzcd. The D
Deemocrats’
sm<
loo,, but
bi he was ready. Wbat theD
e 1 em ocrats
m essage Uils past
tils State of the Union1 in
3buttal
was
so
slapdash
Shd
J
>
reb
d
jerlprand
hadto
1 to say of substance got losttin
L faulty
Wednesday.
))
infused. Even If the preslden
con
lent had not m ade
produ
KlucUon and a confused style,
to his rosy, red Ue
le,resulUng
; F rom his rosy, re d1cheeks
ch
Pike,
good ^Msech, Uw Democrats
age
its would have
from
i
m letting
loo m any people Int
w ofournaU
onandlts
ntotheact;
to his even rosier view
(
lade him look good.
mai
Tie president’s style Is wholly
The
ily fa m ilia r/
- poopio. thepresldentLw
W3a s on a high. If he blew
Massachusetts Gov. Michae;
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acl Dukakis', .
predic
d ictable and even comfortabl
a word or a line, b e c oorrected
rr
11gracefully and
ibIe.H edoeshls
over the Democrats’
lg with
its’ sm orgasterd
Uiing
> school p ra y er and abe
ww
we do It lh at counts, p rresiding
e
bortion.Even
w hether we do It, it Is how
easily. You could almnost
os feel Uie schm ^tz, as
' governors, senators, repress
esentaUvesand ~
Uiose>
se who disagree witb tilm vdi
dwm enUyon
ug. 1led Uw applause.
ofg<
hep a id tributetoall th
thsa t Is good and great and
the Republicans, laughing.
se emotional issues can’t get
< iqiset
sser lociU officials, was on thedefensive
th'
, ; Uiosec
it tix}
Bipartisanship was lathei
noble In his listeners.. Wbo
W doesn’t like lo be
ihered over Uw oozing less
a
u
s
e
they
know
Congress
isn'
om
the
start.
He
also
was
|es
2
ess
Uian
ckodld.
becau:
m’lgoingtogo
:rea m o v era h o l
fror
f»eyare?
tiapplness like whipped pre^
told how wonderful the)
He said thc Democrats could
ild not be '
along,
H
In the UghUy
fudge sunc^e. He wants a bipartisan
bl
The joint session ofr Congress
Ck
cpectod to bc iis smooth as ttie
Um president.
If’his
hi: greatest weakness in ttw
w publlcm lnd
#iUi ways to reduce
expi
guarded chamber of UjeHouseof
tbe
commission to con% up wiU
«ause they were comlngon
1 while U w ------- IsUiec
le concept Uial he Is bellieoee
n 1live,
the Kennedy tax cut
beci
xtnded with enthusiasm,
seand the deficit. He comparedIthc
- . Representatives req>ofl
gerous in IntemaUonal relaU
Kl^wech.
Hettwn
dangei
'esident had a well-prepared
1
lUons.he
onklin D. Roosevelt.
pres
Forty-two times In forty
irty-three minutes be was
to his own. He cjuoted Frank
Ices his pitch to Uw Soviet peq
ofunhappy
makes
■oceeded loshow film clips of
ackson plan to
proc
sople, saying.
use. not always led by the
Intenvpted by applause
H e praised “ the Henry Jack
iclear w ar cannot be won and
orkers. unhappy
"Nude
rm ers, unhappy faclorywori
Dd must n ever
commission’s
fam
im plement the bipartteann cc
Ifl.
Republlcims on his left.
o u ^ l .” H eadded,“ A Iastl
2
SpeakerTlMmas ‘ ■be/ou£
Inori tlcys and one of House Spi
When he said we had
id to
t reduce U>e deficit,
llngand
Itral A m erica.”
mim
recommendaUons In Centra
1
;
meanii
u
iin
g
fu
lp
eac
e..
.Iso
u
rtiig
b
"Tip”
O’NeUl
Jr..
D-Mass;
With so m uch bipartisansl
inshiplwlng ladled
P .'"
tl>e Democrats, laughlni
ling, led Uw applause for
Jhest
Iratlon.”
a s did come on
asplral
«med ungrateful for
Su
tbe president, who h as
ispresidedoverthe
p
<
Such Democratlcorflcialsas
out by Uw president, il seem
louslineof
30lberedbytb&>
Helu
e h as tbe newest in ttw glorioi
live:
largest deClcltsinhL«4oi:
tory.
Ithe Democra Is to i ump onntb
e from the studio seemed bot
ttaetiitw asso o n as
leryw lthhls
citizen
:en heroes sitting in the gaUei
;ht. squinted a l their notes — inot having the
dicthim,
light
When he foUowed thnat
at by saying Itls nol
]he had finished lo contradict
A f e w\7 b it s o lif e aire
i
'nxut! arc Umes when
en I] like to sit and watch
thatlltcralTy.bulfitis
the river flow. 1mean thi
also a handy m etaphorr ffco r what I do for a
living.
en thc
There arc Umes when
I events of our
world flow along Just like
Uce a river, and like a
' riv e r,o u r best course of
o fiaction Is simply to
<rt»erve. Take a s e a t htere
en on the bank, and r u
sbow you what I mean.i.W
W e'U sIlceorfahunkof
am ofevents, and watch
river, last week’s stream
it flow by.
O ur week began withh o national^>ectade.
The business of Uw repub
subllc was tostop fo ra
dny \viiile a groupof hogs
ogsdldbatUew iU ja
of eccentric ttebem
em oths called Raiders.
Those wbo did not go>lo
loT am pa,F la.,totake
atched It on TV. Much
p a rt in the ^>ectade wale
beer was consumed. Moo
[oney was lost. Moneymen cried. In
w as won. Tbo bogs lost. Grown
G
general, a good time w aass:liad by all.
While somo athletes got
got rich, some atlilctcs
wresUing team from
died. A bus carrying a wn
nto a gasoline tanker.
Wldleflsh, Mont., slid Into
owD lhesizeof
Nine people died. In a tow
.
41^0
slicee d
P ic k
ning
M annii
.
L.
'
y
Whlteflsh.
nine people are:aiot.
a i(
- Creatures oUier than peopli
ople m ade bits of
leer were starving,
news last week. In Ulah. deer
^ some people brought tlKm
em food. O ther
so
„
ilow, weak d ee r
people
took advantage of slow
^
od. Those people
congregated around the food
3
]
where Uwy fell.
shol the deer and left themI wt)
TTiere Is no accounting for some
son people.
F or instance, a t least oneepersonclidnot
pc
st
stxMt
starving deer. He sbot
a
QtaulKwping
.
a
crane,
o r a t least that’s what
lat vwe thought. A
-w
wtKxipcr, one of oniy about';iOOextant,diedin
IOO
N' Mexico. AlUwugh no one
)nelhoughut
Nciw
in portant enough to menUon.
ion. he was
im
pi
.ake in our own
probably
raised at Grays Laki
fr o nTl a we<»ek in
stall
utc. .
dw
Tl
Thc bird had been woundod
with a shotgun.
itraged. Later, 11
Res]
isponsiblchunters w ereoutn
uaU ydledoflead
was
IS learned that the bird aclua
cesofleadshol
isoning. More than 100 pieces
poi&
bird didn’t know
wert
!re found Inhls gullet. The bh
am the shells of
anyi
,y better Umn to eat shot from
resp
sponsible hunters.
But Uw creatures got even..SS<ort of. In Butte,
jnt.. a fellow sawed off five>of
oi his fingers
Mon
th his radial iirm saw. His ^ rlngerspiinlel,
wiUi
nist, rose to the
parenUy quite Uie opportunls
appo
We now
casion by eating the man’s thumb.
th
occa
only bile, but
ve proof Uiat a dog will not on
have
•ast portions of. .
Tietimes will swallow, at leas
som«
‘hand that feeds It.
Bu
3ut creatures were not the only
on things
r e ^ n s l b le for attacks on peopl
)ple. People were
. olsoi
5>reme C ourt It
o after people. Take UwSiqir
- twga
jan Its week by making It eas
iasier to execute •
peop!
---------iple........................
"he groat state of Florida. aorguablytbe
r|
domi
ric c h a irin th e
naln with Uie busiest electric
natlo
lon. w as quick to respond btiy’tryinga
y
wife. Rem
Ren em ber Lenny Skutnlk? This tim e It
IsRangei
Iger Sgt. Stei^wnG.Tn^lllo, wbo won
theSUver
Iver S tar for gallantry oQGrenada. T bal
won’t hurtR
hur eaganw lU i Uw Hispanics.
H ehas;
Has a new viUain, tbe undergrotmd
economy,
my. II would be immoral to ra ls e ta x e s ------------on all uslionest.tqirighl,decentand
ush
; —
law-abldi
biding citizens Just lo make up for a ll
tbosechej
cheats out Uwre.
Tbespe
speech was delivered lo Congress, but
addressee
ssed to all of us good guys. Go aw ay, you
doubting'
ing Ttiomases and you band*wringers.
A m ericai
Ica never w as a sick society, and w b are
safer, stronger
strt
and m ore secure In 1984
before.He
I. He asked: “ How can wo nol b d le v e I n .............
Uwgreatr
aatness of Am erica?”
Here’s
t you wonderful people— working,
s’s to
paying{your
yoi taxes, against crime and a d d
ralnandfi
id for tradlUonal values, praying ao d
voUng..Yum
Yti m y.
______________
Pike, a fonner congressman, writes /b r ,
OUsPikt
use News Service.
Newhouse.
tlhe newUS
G&-year
2ar-oId n u n . AppiirenUy Uier
ere was som e
urgenc:
.
n c y in the m atter due to th eim
n an’s
advanc
mcMid age. There was a ctianc
ncehewould
dieprei
irem aturely and beat tbe exe<
cecutloner out
ofhlsSl
3 «150 salary.
As th
Uhe execmtlon proceeded, tbe
begu^of
honorr asked
a
Uw m aker’s forgiven
eness'forttiGsc
. re^KMis
Mislble for his demise. Meimv
nwhile, th ere . '
is no wo
he m urderer
word yet on dlqxtsiUon of the
in Uwm
2 heUwr worid. Nor is Uwro word
w
on ttie
disposlt
slUon of the fellow wtw Inven
entedtbe
electric
ric chair.
Ttiere
Uonofour
ere was word on ttie dl^m sl lii
country
try. O ur leader delivered tils
1
isannualS
tate
ofUwUi
need us
: Union acklress and prooounc
i. tl
thank you. Most of us woulc
Jld have been
sound,
rwise.He
very su
i
surprised
had be done otberM
m ust,iif
, afte r all, stand for elecUcmI as few
monUisI
tis twnce. Given that, one wot
ouldtiaidly
expecth
:t tiim to (^Ine th at ttw naUon
ontiadgonetp
heU ina
Tahnndbiiakftwfailebe stood
odhlflAVatcB
alU witielm.
tie
- NooeU
lettieless, the ^ w e d i was entl
Qtertainlhg.lt
appears
irs ttibt Uw m ajor problem of our body
I,
I
^
pollUc is Uiat
U wo spend tiw much and taice in
toolItUe.C
Ie. Our leadcu* says we must solve
deflcltproi
problem, but hehas ruled out two
steps: Spending
Spe
m uch less and taking In an y
m ore.A\ co
commission will be appointed to
e ffe c tamnaltem
a
aUve solution,
Our lead
eader’s minions tiave ^lent tliroe y e a rs
dlsmantUn
Itllng Uw Environmental Protection
'Agency.
Oi Uw fourth (elecUon) year, o u r
f. On
leader advises
adv
Uiat a huge budget Increase is
order for EPA. .
nowlnordi
And w
/ ericans know all Uwse ev e n ts
A«e Am
transpired
re d because we saw Uwm on televlfiion.
W esawttie
' Uwm and apparenUy a great d eal
more. Wov
Vo were Informed lasl week Uiat tb e
averagee television
tel
in Uw average household
beam edi forth
foi its average message an av e ra g e
of 7.2 hours
)urs on Uw averageday.
But Uien,
ien. considering all U uthas tran sp ire d
berein our
o u r lltUe slice of stream, I doubt th e re
Isre a U ry m
w socb thingBfl-fln fiveraro^ y .
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ManningIs aews editor at TTte
Veus.
Times-Nev)
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Williams, D-Moc
f o n t , told a gro^p of
Idaho Deznocrab
rats h e had nnihtng to
say about Idabo’t
JO’S congressional delegatlon. but tw ha(
bad plenty to say about
the R^Mibllcan] w
who lives in the White
House.
Monday, J a n u a ry 30,1984
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Rep. Oan M arriot
lo tt soys he m ay call
for a congression.
lonal InvesUgaUon of
Uie F-16 Jet figh
Ighter if m echanical
failure Is found1 t<
to bave-'caused Uie
la te s to fa s e rie s1o f crashes.
Since Uie hig
highly sophisticated
aircraft began fljl
nytag in 1979. 37 have
crashed — incli
iciuding one which
plunged into U tah’i
ih’s western desert on
Friday.
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SANDPOINT (A
(, P) Bonner t }o analyze
a
and comment onI plans
pi
to ^
County residentsi pi
plan to file Uils week incr
icriease discharges from Uw
le (O iam - m
for incorporation
n L
to form a coallUon pior
ion ' IntemaUonal mUl at
It Fr«nfor further researc
arch into a M ontana chto
htown. Mont., hesaid.
pap e r mill’s prop
roposal to Increase
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"Obviously,
we’re going tobe
beunder B
the G a rk Fork the
i to get It all done by Fet
waste dischargess into
h
ie gun
River.
h Qsald.
ea
Sandpoint attonu
im ey Steve Herndon
Tl Montana WaterQuality
The
B
y Bureau
said S a t u r d . thlat
at the group plans to is; accepting
ac
coiAhient udul Feb.
^eb.2 l o n .
Incorporate Tuesda
sday under the nam e Its
p
s prelim
inary envhoomental
r
al review
Green Monarch Coa
Iloalition and will also for
ir ai perm it to aUow the dlsch
be seeking tax-exen
cempt status.
'Into
ar-round
ito the Claric F ork River year-i
The coallUon hop
lopes to hire experts Instc
stead of J ust durlngpeak flow.
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“There is some speculationaU
thutU ils
(lat
latest) “crash was cause,
used by
me<
nechanical trouble because! U»
Uie pilot
waa
/os. very experienced," Marriott
Mj
said
aid..'
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Killed in the crash was Lt
Wee
Wendell N e l ^ a 40-yearold1 v<
veteran
ofr m
r ilitary flying. He was Uie
Uk fifth
pllol
Uot based at HUI Air Force
'ce Base.
neai
ea r Ogden, to have died in aI ccrash
r
of
Uiej
le plane.
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M arina, tbe base of operations
ons.
r \
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Elngllsh pilots plan
pi
next month to
l' b e pilots and otber
:r project
launcb the worl<
orld’s tallest bot air pe
personnel were scheduled to a ^ v e at
balloon Irom Uie
tb shores of Lake Uu
e on'
the southeastern Utah site
o M on-'
P ow ell-ln-aaiatti
attem p t-to -se t-a.n ew — ^iayrbesaid.---------------------da
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crew 'wOl
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begin watching for weather
tr isuitable
Dave Davies said
lid Mike Kendrick and for
for launching the .balloonn 1from a
H h
P e r U ndstrandI wlll
wJ attem pt to break bej
beach l mile north of. J Uie
h e lodge.
,
Uie 1980 hot a ir bai
ballooaaltituderecord Da
D a v ie s ^ d .
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o(K ,134feetsetln
: in Denver, Colo.
I said Lake PoweU was chosen
He
cho
for
l b e 264-foot high
Igh balloon is designed tbe
tbe project after NASA officii
(Iclals told
-' ■
to reach a potent!
snUal 80,000 feet, and Ke
Kendrick and X l o d s t r ^ Uie
th a re a
':>V;' ■ I
will contain m ore
re Ith an l mllUon cubic off<
crffered reliable air patterns) In
in Febru■ I
feet of air. The cn
craft v;ill be powered . orj
ary.
by a burner built
lilt to operate with a
1
The
balloon and capsul
aule a re ............... ' ■ *
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r-gen. •
exi
ixpicted to touch down somi
ime three
Davies said Uie
le tballoon will ca rry a hoi
iours a fte r launch about 120 mUps
pressurized capsu
psule, which has al- sou
louUieast of tbe lake on the
ie 1Navajo
roady arrived a t Wahweap
W
Lodge and Ind
Indian ReservaUon, Davies salt
said.
^ to iie
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hat Richard
A m erica hbas tiecome the richest^ unlikely Caiurch wlU bc a t another
St
StalUngs, a Ricks Ofllege
by Americans do-' Idaho Jeffcrson>Iacksonl
•ge blstoiy country in hhistory
i
on Doy dinner.
pi
professor running agains
linst Cod- ing togeUierr w hat they could not do^
Church, defeated by Sen. Steve
gressm an George Hansen,
gi
a, IR-Idabo.
indlvlduaUy, and the DcmocraUc- Sym m s. R-ldaho, in 19
1980, w a s reat
and P ete Busch,' a Lewistt
believes Uiat Is Uie bestt leased la st week fron
Istoo busi- P arty sUU b<
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nessm an nmning againstt S
nc
icountry lo progress, he- Sloan-Keltering Cancer
Soi. Jlm
way for thei <
cer C enter In
M c a u re . R-Idabo, wUl
__
U be In said.
± l is s t h o m e i n
New York CUy. Church
Washington, D.C., at Uiis1 tix
Ume next
"We havet been accused of beingi Bethesda, Md.. and wUl
" I d e d d e d l fIl ocouldn’t say anyUUng JJ
/Ul r e v i v e outind dream ers." WlUIams> patien t care.
promisctrs an
good about m y ]Idaho congrefflloniil year.
^
NaUonally, be said Fh
said. “T b e y a r e r i ^ t on both counts,
colleagues, 1 woul
has pancreaU c
(Thurch reportedly has
■ouldn’t say anyUUng at Ronald R e a ^ is Uie first President
t pi
president
Yes, w e -cod
ontlnue to promise andI cancer, although (he hoq
all. 1 bave been
w ^ lta l h a s not
en h ere two days and f r
m a n tle tb e __ d eliverand d r
~haven*t ultered~.
— released-theTcsulls'ofif a blopsy of a < i - a - w o h i;'^ - w n ii^ “ - ifederal
2
government,
Uie
tbt
Uilng
Uiat
He
said
Moi
Montana and the rest of Uic! tumordoctorsfoundonhli
told about 800' people
p
) his pancreas.
at Uie Idabo
Americans.
- country owed
»1 Idaho a thank you for
DemocraUc
]P a rty 's
flnmml unites
—
B urke said hc spoke
}ke to C hurch
"R onald Reagan bas m ade
deat career, sharing formi
m er Sen. Frank Church, hours before the banqu
JeffersoihJacksoi]
nquel an d Uie
son Day dinner In
out of degrading goverr
^emment,”
M d a h o , with
th them for-ZS^years. AsI form er senator talked
Boise Saturday.
cd alM ut the
Wl
Williams sa!d._^It..may.-hav
have b e e n . chairm an off tbe
I Senate. F o rel^-R e-• future, not the past.
All fo u ro fJ dlaho’s
ah
congressJoranen' ■go6d~sc^pt,
ga
but it was no
not good
laUons Ckimr
nm lttee. Church left a1
must
be done to
“
He
said
something
mu
areRq>ubUcass.
s.
.
pol
poUcy.”
legacy th at wl
vill be lasting, hesaid.
said.
end th e arm s race,’|'’ Burke
I
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C arl Burke,
:e, a Boise attorney who' "T his Is a man whoshoul
lould be talking
m anaged aU1 Church’s
I
polUlcal cam- about himself. But hc Is
is ti
talking about
j 1 1 L
paigns, told Uie
Ul crowded banquet It Is th ew o rld .”
:
'H m es-N ew s, Twin Falls. Idaho A-5
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Monday.
av.Janunfv 30.1964____________
\fa tio n
R e a cg a n revv e r s e s f l o w o ff F D R ]p o l i c i es s
B y MICHAEL PU
T
UTZEL
andJA M ESGBRSI
^STENZANG-
I
sending a n unm
imistakable signal that
B ut public confidence tn
ti ttie retbe United StaU
Ites deals from a peel- st<
sto re d strength of lbe Inst
nstltuUon Is W
•
tlonofstrengUi.i.
CO
coupled WlUl concern about:
lUt Reagan’s ■
§
----------So far, his poll
olicy of direct mUltaiy exercise
ex
ofpower, tbeprofesi
fessorsald.
i
WASHINGTON^ (AP) - Ronald indei
delible m ark — for toe first
■st tim e
Involvement hxis
as cost ttie Uves of 280
“ 1 think people are unea
neasy about f
\
Reagan cam e to0 Washington
\
to re - since
ice Franklin D. Roosevelt inltl
nltlated
Am erican servlci
Ic e m a in Lebanon and wh
What tbey see as an enotmou
KHisamount .
verse 60 y ea rs of igrowth In federal tbee growth
g
of modem govemmei
m ent, a
Grenada.
ofl
of dlscretfainaiy power repos:
x sln g In ttie
'
govemment. A fler
(.
crl}irecyear8,heiins
presl
esident restrained what monj
Juiy reArmscontrolItaUcsatwfaicbReagao
tj
hands, of Ronald Reagan,”
hai
I,” be said.
succeeded, not aIS
s rmuch as be would gaitb
rded as ao uncontrollable bur
bureauproposed to redi
Jduce U.S. and Soviet “T
'"There is a general anxiei
xiety about
_
bave liked but; rmore than most, cracj
acy.
nuclear arsenals
someone >t1io m ay be trigger
1
Is bave coUapsed, and sor
Serbappy.”
tbougbthecould.
Aft
Utez: a two-year.economlc plunge,
plu
for ttie first Ume
e Itbe United States bas
^
losestaldes
s recovery on which ReaganI staked
st£
begun to deplo
iloy modem nuclear „ VOne of tbe president’s dost
his three yeo
years, Reagan has
laid Reagan takes ttie loss
oss
of U.S.
I
presidency
has
arrived
in
limt
Jme
for
missUes
in
Westei
lemEurope.
.
^
touched virtually
Uy everyone in [j^ P
pei
Marines
"V ery few pec
•eople Uiese days a re ^roops In combat very personaUy,
line some, taking
“ ®: “1964 campaign. But U.S. Mar
America, enriching
iften
telephoning widow
knvs and
3 hunkered down i n ' -war'ar-tom
lam enting a we^
-eak presidency,” obfrom others the bt
benefits bestowed
liildren from the Oval Office
O
to
baooo, and tbe loss of Ameri
nerican
served Ross Bake
ker, apolIUcal sdence
since the New Deal.
•lil. H ehasbuU tthe '
onsole them.
vlcemen abroad has stained
led h is
professor a t Rutj
jt g m University and
---------arsenals of w a r whJ
whilo p r e a c ^ his _J52l{
isidency.
________
___ _____ author_of-.sev£n
*ral_books-on-presl:^------' ' l l ” dralns’ fiim and drain
ains him ,”
^ hopes for peace.-----tangn^
hnn
conceotraled
Res
id on
dentlal elections,
K.
- N o diet pill
a id deputy chief of staff Michael
Mlt
s. "Through a combi- sale
Jills, no iniections
Washington ha.<i: icmpcre<fReagan’S'
tci
expat
MOdlDg
nation's mUltary
u y denaUon of bis it
maglcaJ, persuasive' Des
)eaver, who described his UiabUIty
Uu
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Jast rem
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llteraUlyy priceless.”
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ims
Jones, founder
fo
of the Archives, told
:old
-iheD alla!
Uas Times Herald,
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aid
Iverson1 White, a m em ber of Uie UCLA
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Lrchive in Los Angeles. "The
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(hat era."
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P ) — An almost
forgotten collection of movies produced and dlrcctcd by
I
jy blacks,
many
featuring black actors,
rs, Is being described-as a "m ajorr find”
fl
by fUm
historians.
Eighty films, including
iing 20 made for
black audiences during
i 1930s and
lg Uie
1940s, were found rtxent
ently in a Tyler
warehouse. The rwLs: have
hi
been donated to the Film-Video
Jeo Archives a t
Southern Methodist Unlvt
nlvcrslty.
“ If, indeed, the.se nre
ire some of the '
n r W A S Q U IC K
A N O TH EFO O D .
W AS REALLY
D E U C IO U S I”
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M aclA
U lne’s performance as a Tex
Texas
widow
>w aod Jac k Nicholson's suppo
pportlng nrole
.
as a middle-aged form
in n e r
astroiu
The le: film, a box office success,
ss, is
conside
idered a stixmg Academy Awa
^ward
content
BOder and Miss MacLaL
Lalne
essed gratitude but said In1 h e r
xpect
' p ta im ^ e e c h , “ I did expe
“ SL
e foreign press associatio
I tio n .
h gives separate awardsI for
f(
aod for tbe categoryy iof
S S las
i
cals o r comedies, classlfie
ild e d
“ T erm
s as a dram a — a declsio
ms”
Ision
M iss M
j
MacLalne
said must have bee
been
difficult
ult given the film’s altematel
ite ly
com ic: ai
and serious nature.
s p i e id
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Golde]^n Globees coppe<?,d
BEVERLY H ILI^. Calif. (AP) "Term sofE ndearmment,"
ei
a funny and
- poignant film porlral
trait of a motber’ ~ daughter relationshif
ihip. led aU fUm
contenders a t the 4lst
(1st annual Golden
Globes with four awards,
aw,
locludlng
^ . best motion picture drama.
dr<
• : ' ‘YenU,”' "EducatL
rating R ita" and
: "Blaahdance" scorec
ired two awards
: each Saturday n l ^ tit,, WhUe
v
Um widely
watched m iniserles
es ■■'nw Thom
Birds” grabbed four
fc
televlskm
- aw ards from the Holl
tollywood Foreign
P re s s Association.
Besides winning the
th best drama
aw ard, “T erm s of End
Sndearment” was
. honored for its scree
reenplay, Shirley
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“ IW A N T TTO
< SH A R E T H IS FANTAS
E H C E W IT H E V E R Y O N E
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WASHINGTON (AP)
(AJ — President R eagan1 st
sends, severalweeksexplal
plainUig details of tbe plan,
......... Insist ip o o 's e elng
tir tbe presideiit's bu d geet.
t and any
CoQgres^detalls of
I new budget proposal
o t Ills
al UUs
Outlines of Uie approxim
apr
ately |92S bUlIon budget
bi
oUier q ie d flc s3 b e h a s In mind for saving:
Ings before
week, but attentionn also
al wlU be focused on tbe
le If i r s t ' olrrad y have leaked
ked out, including its project
cOooof
ttiey Jum p Into U>
tbedlsdisskins.
round of deflclt-red:
White a $180 bUllon deficit.
reduction taUo "between W
iclt. The red ink in tt»e fiscal
a ly e a r
House M ajorlt
iTlty Leader JUn Wright,, D-Texas,
t
House officials and
i bipartisan delegationIfrom
tbatendedlastSept.:
Id a
fi
pt. 30 w as a record $195,4 bUlI
Ulon.
wbo wlU re p rese
isent House Democrats inI the
th talks,
j
^ Capitol Hill. — • I t Is tbe p r o spoet
^ i of such deficits contii
itinulng
said prellm ioary
ta lale
UUs
l y negoUaUons could begin
1
In legislative aell
ictlon, a 8weq>Ing ’antl-cr
-crime unabated Uuit hass Increased
lr
pressure In Com
ingress
week, a fte r th eIfpiw ^ d e n t's budget plan isIsubm
su: itted
[!
package wUl occupy
tpy the Senate whUe the House
Ho
for action to dose
ose th e '^ a p between whai
lat Uie toOoogress. . ^
J'
: considers a bill to compensate
coi
govemment takes1In.
Vletnam-era veter*
ve
In and w hat It spends.
I
c
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f
of
staff
Jam
es
A.
Bi
White House d
B aker III
: ans exposed to the dcfi
Reagan respondei
Ided la s t week by InvlUi
thig a * held out the p o ae ^ U lty Uiat Uw negoUaUc
aUons wiU
: •_ On W edn^day, the
iie president sends Congrtes
ias bis bipartisan group of legislators to m eel wltl
1th addeal witb defense
laeqieodlngaod Uie plao toa Ue
Ui future
. - budget recom m endal
dadons for tbe 1965 fiscalI year
y
mlnlstraUon offlcinii
:lnls to find ways to Uttn
» SIOO tax ra te s to th e ra te o f InflaUon, known as Indextag.
Inc
;> tb at begins Oct. 1.
bUUon from budget
?et deficits over ttie n « t: t t u ^
“ NottUng Is ;o
;outside Uie scope of . legitimate
leg
. T hat will set off
ff u p a r a ^ of adm inistral
ratioo years. Tbe preslden
dent said it would be “a1 (down debate,” B ak err isaid on Uie NBC News» program
pi
•roH iclals vbo a r e scheduled
a
paym ent” on erasing
to ap p e a r/bbefore
ef
ing th e red Ink.
Meet Uie P n ^i, addUig:
i
"We wont to focu
OCUS quite
•
various House and Senate
Sci
conunlttees for theBnext
n
But Dem6crats,, w.
wary of an election-yearr trap,
1
frankly on th e less
^ contenUous areas. ”
B
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Mi-171* yCi
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a,
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>
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‘Monday. Ja n u a ry 30.19M
W
I l s o v i eets
ide public Sunday,
ion, in a note made
a c c u s e d the UnitedIStatesof
st
violotl^
and disregarding
w e ap o n s accords oii
■ms reductions.
com m itm ents to arms
T h e com plaints were
woi made " a few
U.S. ,State Deportd ay s ag o ” to the U.S
m cn t by thc Sovie
iviet Embassy in
-ding to the official
W ashington, accordin
which carried the
new s agency Tass,. w]
t e x to f th$ OQte.P re s id e n t Reagon
1< Monday sent
m lost
rt alleging Soviet
C o n g ress a report
-oboble ViolaUons”
“ violations and protu
•
.
!
;
of arm
T n;s c o n lr o l t r e a t i e s a n d p o)litlcal
litl
agreen:
e m e n ts .
R eag
induct
ag o n ’s report said Soviet cond
" ra ise
s
mty of
ses'doubts
about the rellobUUj
the U.S.S.R.
U
tiating
as a negotlal
•partnex
ie r.”
The
;
11c on
e Soviet
note m ade pubilc
Sunday
a y said the Soviet Unionn lihod
inslble
tdken1 a. n “honest and responsll
approai
oach to the fulfillment of its
com m
it ents” and said R eaga
igan’s
nltm
^ at
report
•t w as "openly directed
rcloworsen!
enlng Soviet-American re
tions.”
said
A U.S.
U.2 Embassy spokesman1 si
Kan
the em bassy woulc
lid hove no com m ent
pea nations — to circumv
mvent ils
imlls.
on what he descri
ulbed as a “p riv ate
lim
Thc
i
diplomatic commu
lunication.”
T United Slates never
:r ratified
>ALT 2 bccause of the Sov
T ass said the Sov
ovlet note "draw s the
SAI
Soviet inattention of thc Ai
American.slde to .fls
ten
erventlon In Afghanistan and
a r connegative actions in
lr the field of a r m s ' ~tro'
ia le over, '
roversy in the U.S. Senali
v'crificatlon
er
limitation.”
md other
procedures and
Isst
ssues. But Reagon hod saidi he
h< would
itement accused the
tryto abide by terms of thc trea
The Soviet stall
ry
reaty.
a
United S tates of vviolating the second
A Western dlplomnl, whoI sp
spoke on
Limitation Treaty by
con
Strategic Arm s U
ondition he not be identifie<
fied. said
lium-range nuclear
met
deploying mediu
nedlum-ronge cruise mlssUe:
:Ues were
m issiles in Westei
;em Europe. The Socovi
2.
overed under a protocol toJ SALT
S,
viets said SALT 2 forbids use of third
but
ut he said thc protocol expl
xplred In
Dec
parties — In thisi ccase Western Euro>eccmberl98l.
i A n d r oo p o v - s fii r s t y e a rr shows <
e c o n o n nnic
irs on
MOSCOW (AP),t, -— The Soviet P ravddaa and other newspapers
;ain in
econom y Improvedd lilast yexir under Sunday
n y showed a 3.S percent gain
President Yuri V.
in d u>trial
str
labor productivity af
after
th e com m and of Pre
stem analysts say
Androp
labor
A ndropov, but Westei
opov's call for stricter lal
ercent
might be tempi> ■dlscIplL
the im provem ent mi
pline, compared with 2.1 pero
in 1982.
a.
ra ry .
■rcent.
ropov's prolonged
Indus
T h e y said Androp
lustrial output rose A perce
ircent.
Ic vview may prove . surpass
isslng the target of 3.2 perce
1 . a b s e n c e from pubilc
renl of
» m m cntaries said 88 percenl
' a fa c to r.
.......
and cor
fuc.:lo
' (
F u ll 1983 economfcrt
i(Ttigurcs-from the th e prp
>rpductIon increase was due.
s J ( > » tr a l Statistical Bos
Board putsl^ed in improvi
oved labor discipline.
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valuoble natumote are a s h a r tuoring
r
Iso performed well.
ral resources, alst
rb^c^tion, e x c e e d
Natural, . gas pTO
itput made a modest
ta rg e ts j^ d oif otitp
dipped
gain, tfib u g h ^ a l1 production,
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JER U SA LEM (AP)
P) - Mordechal
B en-P orat, a mini!
inister without,
portfolio, resigned froi
from the Israeli
rotest the policies
C abinet Sunday to protc
of P r i m e Minister Yit
Yitzhak Shamir..
The m o v e reduces Sha
Shamir’s already
slim m a jo rity in Parllar
[lament.
T he m in ister said he was quitting
b cc au se of Shamir’s
r ’s ' policies on
Lebanon and the economy
e
and
b ec au se of a failure
ure to form a
broad-based govemme
unent with the
opposition Labor Party.
B en-P orat, an indepei
ipendent, retains
!t, or
his s c a t in the Knesset,
o parliament.
' But h is resignation1 from'
f
thc 20m em txir Cabinet andd from
fi
Shamir's
Likud-!ed coalition mea
neans the prime
on
m in is te r no longer can'count
cj
B en -P o ra t's vote to> help
hi
keep his
governm ent In office.
S h am ir, speaking on
in Israel
1
Televlsion. s a id problem s in
In tthe governing
coalition w ere "nothing
ling new on the
Israeli political scene.1. Situations
S
in a
letlmcs It’s easl. coalition change, somctl
or and o th e rs it’s harder.'
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day.
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in£
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play doctors,
Wichita. Kans., once saww fil to
Lawmakers Inn V
he showing of movies conta
prohibit there the
Italnlng
prizefight scenes.
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Charles Bronson e v e r IIn the
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Tailgunner In a B-29 during
World W ar II. Flew
Fle 25 missions over Europe. And
took a bullet intbe
itbeshoulderonce.
Q.W hcrcdoest]
es the Colorado R iver com e out?
A. It doesn’t.
I goes in. Drains into tbe sand
t. It
near Baha, Calif.,
illf.. then seeps undergrotmd to the
Gulf of California.
nia.
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ac
lhat gave E lizabeth Taylor
her first screennkiss.
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was 11. I mean Liz, not th e dog. 1
Home.’” She was
don’t know howvoid
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JUNKELLY
soned Citizen rem em bers tbe
Season)
notorious Machine
line Gun Kelly of lhe G angster E ra.
' recall, however, is th a t he never
klUed anybody. T
There's no record even lhat he •
ever fired a wea{
i-eapon In anger. Kelly w as a big .
ertnning bear of ai fellow with an “ aw shucks” .
manner. Bui his
lis wife Kathryn w as determ ined
he’d m ake blg-Um
-Ume crime. I t was she who gave
him the machine
ine g ^ . She, oot he. banded out •
cartridge cases
1 calling cards: ?‘H ere’s a .
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present ftxjm Mach
lachlncGunKelly.”
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Diamonds, ruble
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tbe 1sam e beds. Which ts m ore lhan '
found In lbe
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Take Look Into th e mon
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inelory side of any
Ihose syslem s that hav(
In dealing w ith c a r e you
where situation loday and
'OU do ttot o v e r b a d wh<
nd everything tum.i
cessfully In the pn?t dIng ain profit.
re c re a tio
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out al] right fo r you.
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p ersons in business and |
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Dec. 22 lo Jan. 20 )
( ^ c 22 to J u l.
tlo^ o n n. ^s u c h in the future.
CIES: The acU vllesthat
fiat can put you in the put)llc
M ake—(3et thal new course
LA-(Sept-23 to Oct.-22)-Mfl
seofacU vilyslarted
MOON CHILDREN rtners
(J
tAat
you
to s tart the eye and will
111 give you a chancc to get; 21 ) Showing your partr
olidly lhat will last for soi
Jome time. Tonight,
fs wise an d you s u r c ^ aatt . all bome m atters are soli<
fashion by ahead in youi
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3ur career.
ver Is be sure to re s t up for
m d rid yourself of Mhatevcr
or the week ahead. o p e ra te very sensibly rfsa tio n .'
y o u r c a r c c r _ TAURUS3 (i
.daytime flnds.you able to
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h avvee fine
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capabUity for getting proJects
1
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to a workable level and
also
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handlingdetollsprecisely. Utilize
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b e oorr she wUI b e a bom organizer,’ ‘
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jeclaUy where property and land ' v
develc
velopment Is concerned. Be sur« to^:
s lajnit"
t ^ e “cchicatJon~ai6rig'nna5aar------ andd business
bi
lines In order to m ake ‘
them
; meost of Ihls capability.
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and If we m ake it untU.Apri
’84, we'l
ve'll celebrate our SOlh wedd
versary.
anniver
■— NO
Si
) SOMETIMES
MEANS MAY
^YBE
(II you
yo put off writing thanlc-,
nk-you
aolesor
ecause
or letters ot sympathy beca
you don't
dot know what to say,
y, get
Abby'st
‘sbooklet, "Howto WriteUtl
Offers
for All
0
'.IOccasions
. ' ’Send «3 and aalong,
lb
stampeo
oed <37 cents), seit-addres.
'ressed
envdopt
ooklet.
ope to Abby, Letter Book
P.O.
Box 38323, Hollywood, Cs
Calif.
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(ira
B B .
B n
M l
n
/flH
Sandra Lano
}caster
Lc
-Ori Howells
JE R O M E - Mr. andi M rs. Ronald
A. L an c aster of Jerome) at
announce the
engagem ent of tbelr
l r daughter,
S an d ra , to Oanlel Scboen,
» en ,tb e 8o n o f
M r. an d Mra. Nomian Scho
cboenofPaul.
- Mr. and Mrs. Les
TWIN FALL^
F.
•es
tbe engagement of
Howells announce
ar
ugbter, Lori Sue, to Aimian
tbelr daug
an
n«w
T. Sherman Jr.,
F irs t Oasi
r->
ll.
so n o fM [r.
r. and Mrs. Bob Sbennan, aaURalls.
o f Twin Fal
Howells,
Is, a 1983 graduate of Twin
'in
F alls H 1l^^ Scbool, is employed a t
G laderRElefrigeratlon.
e:
Sbermian,
an a 1981 graduate of Twin
In
F alls Higt
igh Scbool, Is'staU oned at
Mountainn h
Home Air Force Base,
Ib e c o utuple
p plans a Feb. 18 wedding
lg
:h
irst United Methodist Church
in the Flrsi
in Twin F5'alls.
al
L ancaster, a i960 graduate
gi
of
J e r o m e Wgk Scbool, wo
works a t tbe
B e st Westero Burley Inn.
aS choen, a 1980 graduate
iate of Minico
H lgb S c b ^ , Is a constructi
jcOon worker.
H i e couple plans a Feb.
sb. ilw eddlng
In tb e Jerom e Firat C3u1stl<
aUanCburch.
W e d d lin
i gs —
_
M g jg
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W
I
£
H
IP
V ; % h ||
i i
iter
K ari K a st
officerfor
foi 22 years, most of that tin
>me. He currently is a depu
in Jeromi
Bpuly
aheriff.
latur.
wiU be m arried Satu
The cotqile
cot
held
ib. 4. An open iiouse wUI t>e5he
day, Feb.
1st n
ng the wedding a t 509 East
foUowlng
S t bi Jero
erome.
I Servicele n e w s -
iI | ^
are Invited to
Friends and r d aatives
t
and8:30p.m.
caU between 6 ;30 an
IS married Feb. S,
T h e coiqile was
lo. Tbelr m arriage
1834, in PocateUo.
zed bl tbe Salt L ake
later-was solemnize
CityMormonTempl
iple.
ired electridan, and
Stevens is a retin
lance engineer. M rs.
plant and m aintesai
■d from tbe W eber
Stevens is retired
County SdMol Distr
e hosted
by Uieir sbc
-Ibe event WlU be
I
vens of SeatUe: R a e
ChUdren: Bob Steve
U tah;
D dl Rigby of Richmond,
F
Carole MitcbeU 0of Sunset, U tah;
Sheiyl Seifert off Syracuse, U tah;
loy; and Julle K e rr
Susan Ritchie of Ro
of Layton, Utah. T
'Tbe coiqile has 27
md seven g re atgrandchUdren anc
grandchUdren.
------
4 FALLS - A irm an WUllam ]
TWINF
Jr., the son of E m m a 1. Adan
AdamsJr.
lams
1 FaUs,
has been assigned
1
of Tvirin
F
ed to
‘ Air
F orce
Base IIn
Keesler
ippi. Adams, a 1981 gradual
Misslssipp
iuate
1 FaUs
Hlgb Scbod, recent)
enUy
of Twin
f
ted basic training a t Lacklan
completed
eland
rce Base in Texas. He wUI
wl
AU* Forcc
in the con
receive instruction
i
comUons and dectronics-systen:
tems
municaUoi
lughfldds. fUs
Hiswife, Jan n a , is the daug]
:ary C. Gard of Twin Falls.
terofM ar:
ALL
MM
t r. a n d M rs . M a x G a ll e y
HAI
HANSEN—Max and Bonnie G aiiw ^:
wlU
iUocdebrate Uidr 50Ui weddbig an^". ^
niven
versary next Sunday, Feb. 5, a t t h ^ *
Twin
vin FaUs VaUey Christian Church." ‘
1708H
08 Heyburn Ave. E.
:
Fric
Friends aad relaUves are invited to :
caUbe
Ubetween2and4p.m.
aad tbe tormer B onol^ ^
' CaUey
Cal
xunas were married Feb. 6, 1934^:
Thom
wy have Uved in Uie Kansen a r e £ *n)ey
ocethen. '
.
atoce'
_
^ T te event wUl t e hosted by tb eir '
v daughters, Bartiara Baugb d l mnewick. Wash., and P atricia :
abunetz of Twin Falls, assisted by :
9 Christian Women’s FeUowsblp of I
3 VaUey Christian Cburab.
- ;
„ [be c ( ^ e has sbc grandchUdren ■
dsbcgreat-grancbUdren.
'<
15 valley |
itudents %
graduate .J
-tf i
,
S I
E
>ROVO - Fifteen Magic VaUey
dents were among 1,422 stu denta
0 received diplomas in D ecem ber
m Brigham
Young University in'
from
I
Provo,
)vo, Ulah.
7'
W A D E FER
F IL E R -W a d e Fe
Mr. and Mrs. J e r rj
FUer, was presented
award ata C o u rto fH
F eriante,asopbom
Sdiool, is m em ber[R1 IA N T E
wlilch is sponsored b
,,
Ward of the Cburch <
Latter-Day Saints, 3 U t h
He is president 0
class and of tb e T ea d
plays on the churdi
softball tonr" , and Perlanle,Uiesonof
ei
welght-UflUig. He alse
Ty P . Feriante of
Cub Scout pack and
ed Uie Eagle Scout
wltb computers,
Honor recenUy.
For his E agle ■more
pt
at Filer High
planned, oiganizedr of Troop No. 72,
Uie buUdlng of a sand
I by tbe FUer F irs t
m unldpal paric.
n of Jesus Christ of
ank
ot his sem inary'
ichers Quorum. H e
dl basketbaU an d
enjoys skiing a n d
Iso is den chief of a
Id enjoys working
rvoi
C MIEA
BUFFET
DINNER
$t£3
grees \
M ni ^ i
both of
p n c iN O .
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1I n S e a r c h o f / ^ n r n E N W
IHOSTUIS.
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tudents earning bachelor's d o ­
ies were: Richard Ibom as G eary,
n y Dean H a u te r and John R usseU .
sneer, ' aU of Buriey; Z d m a-'
igham Woodward of D ietrich; >
rk Sam ud Swensen of Je ro m e ; •
than P . O anU ner'^ M ilta;. J b a n ;
rie Merrill and Diane Woodland, ;
b of Paul; Vaughn P . Stqibensen :
Rupert; and Patricia Burdick, :
sateUiEUen Mable aod Sbari K ay •
degree
cham, aU of Twin FaUs.
;
o to o q
A r g y l e - L i v i n g[ sSl t o n ,
E I-B aru
ru n i-M o h am m ad
DAILY 7{20-9;IS
■ O El
A L L S -C andace El-Barunl1 >
Ban—Argyle
TWINFAL
T W IN FA LI^ - Susai
project, F eriante m Z . Tl
exchanged1 .
/ fft
ff-'
3iaries Llv- and Asef' Mohammad
J
b e c a m e tbe bride of Cha
1 and siqiiervlsed
■ dau
rows Nov. 26 in the 16thI
I W/.
H
irst United weddbig vov
IngsUm on Jan . 2 In tbe F ir
ndbox Ul t t e FU er
WinFalis.
W a rd o ftb«e tChurch of Jesus Christ of
P resb y teria n Churdi In Twin
o-ofM
r.and L a tte r d a y'S
&aints in Twin Falls,
T h e bride Is tbe daughter
o
e Is the daughter of Mr. and
M rs. D avid Argyle of Twin
f
lnFaU
s,and
T h eb rid eli
d a il y
\ (
of Twin Falls.
lr. and Mrs. M rs. Seth Christensen
Ch
th e groom Is the sm of Mr.
rlin, Ohio.
T he groom1is
Is the son of Mrs. Kokogal
D a y to n Livingston of Oberiln
Y ep, th a t's rigl
Ight, folks I Nowth<
Afizbanistan. aod the
ab
Obe R ev. Robert Van Nest
N« offlcl- A kbarofK labul,
Mohammad.
est was the lateA kbarM
i
a te d , a n d Phyllis Van Nest
ino is offering onoth
H orseshu Cosine
lyed a violin
Bishop J a c k Stanger officiated,
o r g a n is t E rnest Moas playei
Ian>Eat Buffet M eal
su p e r All-You-Cai
im Austin was tlie organist,
M rs. William
solo.
MERYl STREEP ■KLIM WJSSEU. ■OHEfc*;
in Arrington sang. Mr. and
n <
of crepe, and Shannon
T b e bride wore a gown
— Mem
brother and
yoke, collar M rs. Hal Christensen,
Ch
fe a tu rin g a beaded lace yok
w of
ingth, lace- slstcr^ln-law
- the bride, wdcomed
B lsc ujIts
l
a n d cui£}, wltb a full-leng
D A ii.Y7;00-9;30
el ttrain. Sbe tbeguests.
trim m e d isUrt and a (ftapel
C o u n tr y C
e wore
a gown of chiffon
T he bride
1
c a r r ie d a bouquet of roses:and
an mum s,
br
S c r a m b lo c
imers.
and Chantill;
Jlly lace, featuring lega c c e n te d with ribbon streame
P .M .-N O O N S U N .-m U RRS.
S.
. of-m utton-sle
sleeves and a ..cathedralS ausoj
;at.
D N IG H T -N O O N FRI. & SAT
i carried a bouquet of
Calif., was length train1,. Sbe
C a ra Meckel of Ofimge, Cs
ie
^
with stream ers of
DAILY 7:00 • 9:30
T
r
t b e m a id of booor. M ry
^ Rice of o r ^ d s and1 roses,
iridesmaid. -ivy.
M iU brd, M kb., served as brid
F her
H m
’
Tem ptinglyf IP re p are d - Servo0 Yourself
t
Tlwri’l mof* lo tfo In »now
srton, Ore.,
A ra Lee See
Scothem of Salt Lake City
C hane Cullens of Beavertc
i i . . .
„
1 „
was the mi
m aid of honor. Shelly
w a s tb e best man. Doug Livingston
Li
1,' niece
1
of the bride, was
' a n d J o h n Argyle were the candle- Christensen,'
F
rioct
C
h
i
c
k
e
n
ari.
Liv- the flower glri
lig b te rs . Ted Argyle and Bruce
Br
' D A ILY 7;20-9:IS__________
C re a m C o u n tr y G r a v
istensen, brother of the
,
N eal Christ
ingston usiiered.
M oshod P o ta to e s
It tbe
tb best m a a Gene and
A recq>tlon was beld at
t ta k a bride, w as the
1
was
tbe
Rex
Christens
aaen, also brothers of tbe
C lub. H a rriet Llvlngstoo n
V o g o to fa lo D u J o u r
U v- bride,
usbi
sbered,
aod
David
NOON •1 0 P.M. S
SlU N .-T H U R S .
guest-book attendant, and1 Lori
L
'
S o lo d B a r
Christensen,1, nnephew of tbe bride, was
» H T F R I.« S A T .
NOO N • MIDNIGHT
!'7*!o^
Ingrton served.
m '^ G c ^
rer.
A re h e a rs a l dinner was beld
bel a t tbe tberlngbearef
.
T h o H o n o S h u U a illn
ll o w
rents, Tbe
A reception,
)0 , arranged by Mrs. Rot>b o m e o f the bride's paren
. . . nov^ m o a l i . d oma Ii a n d
a buffet luncheon
ert Adams,, and
s
g ro o m ’s p a m t s prepared aandserved
n
m u ilc . D a n c in g , to0e0 . So
\
w ere h d d afti
lfter the ceremony. Mrs.
In.................^
te of Twin . Calvin..Calico
__
. c o m o j o l n . t h o f u n In
___________
T b e b rid e Is.argraduate.i
Ico, _M rs. _ Jack ..Stanger,___
University Leola Anders
srson, EUa Briggs and
J o c k p o t.
only
F a lls H igh School aod tbe Un
I
jrad u a teo f K aren Stilling
og p rq w red tb e luncheon.
o f Id a b o . Tbe groom bi a grai
ivy
?iinfi\n chiisteosen, n e t ^
e UnlverslJ a r e d and Cliz
O beriln Hlgb Sdiool and the
U
bride, distributed favors.
J y . o i .Virginia. JBotfajrortLJta
sr^sofiwairir” T r a ^ J a c b3S,.
^ Lee Adams and Chris
aS
RESORT cas
ca: Inos
CRY W O L F osi
iVAOA Be«25
JACKPOT. NEVA
rifx H g n jmffiTw u rit ’
Isted with the gifts,
. Spencer assist*
le is Uvlng in Salt Lake
awali, tbe
T be couple
F ollow ing a trip to Haw
DAILY 7;1S 59:20
they both woric.
C l^ , w bere the
couple is living In Dallas.
*
UFFET
BL
REAKFASTr
‘
•
:
ifarda BaU* of Heybum, WUford R :
con of Jerome
Reta Sim m ons *
O ^ e y were a r w a r ^ m a s te r's •
frees.
‘
-
_ Filer yo
earns re
Clarice Popai
TWIN FALLS - iAir National
Guard Airm an Bill A. Rl
EUIey.Uiesonof
the stepson of
Rosa M .'K in g and th
FaUs. has been
Dcnzd King of Twin Ft
assigned to Chanule Air
ir JForce B ase in
Illinois. A f t^ comp]
ipletbig basic
training a t Lackland Al
Air Force B ase
in Texas, he will receive
/e instruction in
tenance fidd.
the aircraft maintei
. RUey’s wife, Sherry, Is the daughter
I of Mr. and M rs. Wil Bri
iridgerofTw ln
I Palls.
Mr. a n d M rs.. G< l e n S t e v e n s
TWIN FALLS -- Glen and R bea
former Twin
Stevens of Roy, Utah,
U
Falls residents, wiU
wl c d d ira te tb e ir
Liversary at an open
50th wedding annlv
4, lo tbe Roy
house Saturday, Feb.
F
m on Chapd, a t 5127
Second W ard M om
S., 2400 W.
Rita Graffe
R
Sraffe
JNNS FERR Y - Betty Gra
BUHL —M r.andMirs.
n Jerry K aster / GLENI
Win F alls announces Ute
t
of Buhl announce thes engagement
i
of of Twii
ement of h e r daughter, Rita,
Ita, to
their daughter, Kari L}
Lynne, to Lance engagem
Vlcber, the son of Mr. andIMrs.
Mi
Irade,. son of TomWlc
Corporal E a rl Mira
'icherof Glenns Ferry,
M argaret C. M lra d e ,of
01 Gilmer, Tex- DanWid:
rienns
ffe graduated from Glen
as, a i ^ Leonard Miradi
d e of Filer.
Graffe
K aster is a seniorr at
1 Flier High
F erry H i ^ School in 1980 and
lied to graduate in May from
frc
School. She plans to atle
ttend the College schedole<
iversltyofldaho. tbe Unlve
of Southern Idaho.
ter, also a Glenns Ferry HI
Wlcher
M lrade Is serving: lo
I the M arine
h a s a degree in cl
ne, N.C. He wUl School graduate,
gr
Corps a t Camp Lejeunc
ering from the-, Unlversl^
b e ^ a tour of duty inI ^Norway during engineeri
He is employed by the Ida
February.
V.
‘
Idaho. H.
Co.
PowerCo
dding
coiqile plans a June 30 weddl
'Thecoi
U1Uve
in Z
and will
1 in Boise,
JEROM E — Clarice
Ice Popanz of
Kimberly and E m le Obats
m of Jerom e
have announced tbelr en{
oigagement.
Popanz has been w
<
working
as a
police dispatcher ati tiie Jerom e
Courthouse since June.
iw-enforcement
Coats has been a law-
1 es-N ow s,TwloFalls,IdahoA -0 .
Tlm
could.
1 ((I didn’t say, “ You’re too
s
x>short
for me
tne” ; I .tald, “ I’m too tall for
you.")
")
Then
e next day I received two0 dozen
d(
.
long-ste
•stemmed roses with a card
ird that
.read,, •*
’’Can I help It if 1 likec Iilongstemmc
imed roses? Thanks _forr.y3o u r .
honesty
sty.” It was s i ^ e d “Shorty.”
It wai
warmed my heart, so I called
ledbim
up and
nd asked If it was too llat<
a t e . t o _ ^ ^ M . ^ ___
diange
ge my mind. He said no. He
I
fle took
meout
ut after the show lhat night,
the nigl
light after, and the night af
C n g a sg e m e n■ tts
I
M
Monday, Januar>r30,1834
— A iiiiil i v e r s a■ r ie s - —
BrutOiilhusbi>andneil e d s v e tstrainiing
DEAR ABBY: On Cb
Christm as Eve
wmm First, protect ^ uursdf
r
and your
m y husband and I got
I
3t into
0 0 arguchildren. Then Insistit tthat be be exam m e n t and be fait m e In m jy eye with his
s t ' ......... .. .... .
Ined by a psychiatrist'
f i s t I t felt like he bad
ft
A b ig a il
ad knocked my
Please w rite againn 1and le t m e know
eyeball back into my bei
bead, so I went
I^
.
■ howyou’rtidolng. Icsare.
a
V a n B u ren
to tlje-emergency roomim-wbere 1 was
I J wX -rayed. Luckily no
0 bones were
Abby
DEAR ABBY; A guy
g I work with
broken.
—
said he was a littleI short
S
Just before
. Wben I got bome he
b m e under
le bit
Christmas, so he aski
sked If I could iet
th e cbln, causing a knot
>t tc
to appear, s o l
sure cou]
me him have ^ until afte
fter the first of the
ouldn't
love
m
e
and
treat
mt
took m y two kids and
ere^
year:
m d _ w e n t_ io _ a _ th is way.iy.-Abbyrl don’t waathim 'here
frlend'fi'bOUse for Ibe
lbe night. He
is theree any
a way I can get him out anc
and
I gave him the $50
SO and so far he
foUowed me, forced the
e di
door open and
kM phim
bim hasn’t said anything; {about It. Do you
Im out? And how can 1 keep bln
dem anded tbat I go bome
)me,wlth blm I
botl
•othering
me? He’s 28 and I'm
I’m think he’s forgotten?
refused, so be lighted tbe
the curtain with
31
-BIGHEARTED
a cigarette lighter and
nd left. FortuITA
DEAR B1G::No_1yei
a b u s e d IN ATLANTA
eL Biit ^v'e him a' _
n ate ly , my frtend and1111were able to” ---------llltlem oretim eandhe
heprobablywlll.
p u t th e fire out.
our
R ABUSED: Contact your
DEAR
T b e next day when I went
we home, the ne'arestL ssih d te r for battered women,
>en.
DEAR ABBY: 1 had
ad to laugh when I
p la c e was a wreck. My
sople there not only provide
[y <
clothes were The peop
'Ide read your readers’’ suggestions on
a ll ripped up Jam ps broke
oken, etc.
v abused women with temporary
ary how lo turn down ai dale without
W hen he came home
tell them how to protect hurting a m an’s feelln,
n e he said he shelter,, they
t!
Ings. Most people
doesn’t even remember
ter hitting me.
themselve
lives from further abuse,
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rry. Well, being
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against your husband. If he
face any. He
order agi
he' showgirl In New Yorl
jrk. A dear m an
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violatess tbat
ti
ked asked m e If 1 would gi
go out with him.
chin.
sounds like a sick m an, bul that
up. He sou
h at He was easily a bead
ad shorter than I
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his brutal behavior.
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T h e3 i s m ai n n ’ s 1 f o r m 1 b a c : k i n ‘‘b e s t o f t h <l e b e s t *
.B y K Ea^ PETERS
simply, “No, I didn’t c»ottie
tt out bere (or tlia t”
lo
loss to Uie Los Angeles Raiders
Ri
a week ago. 2-yai
y a rd scoring pass from San
in Franciso’s Jo e
Dicker
icersoo, who led the NFL in rusMng this
He also said of the gsame,
an
“You put togeUier opened
oi
tlie P ro Bowl t>y compeUng
coj
his (irst 11 Moni
lontana to Andrews anda 23S-yard (id d goal seasonn and
ai wiiose 1,808 yards made him th e ----• a group lUce this aod fooU
M tballlsreaU yfun.”
U
;
throws.
byth
y the New York Giants’ All Ha
^aJl-Shelkh.
loprooklt
: H O N O L U L IT --A
■ A vreek after one of his
)okIe rim ncr ever In the league, w as also
is
NFC Coach BUI W alsh
tsh o( tlie San Francisco
He threw scoring strila
ik es o(_l6 yards to
Th AFC 's only score wass a; 43-yard fid d Uie ieadii
The
b ig g e s t
foolboU1 disappointments, Joe
ading rusher In the Pro Bowi. He gained
«
49ers seemed awed b y hb
hissquad’splay.
w
WUllams Andrews of AU
AUanta, 8 yards to goal
mU
by.
Pittsburgh's
Gary
Ai
.T b elsm an n was tbe
Anderson
In
the
46
yards
i 11 carries and caught five passes
rds
on
h e best of the best in the
«_
"I think this could bj e Uie
l greatest grou£of__ .J.am
Ji eaJU )ltoa-of..G reeo^
j-B ay-and-e-to-U ie—seco!
-------- -----------------(onura-dc
— — ^N ational Football Let
League.
Ia'dditro'nanSyarSSI
^ ^
^ p lay ers ever pui togetBi
itn er on one team ,” tie Pj
Paclcers’ P aul Coffman.
Ib.
I b e 34-yearold Theismann
- T b e Washington
i
nn, m aking his
Andreu
Irews also hod an impressive afternoon,
0 Redskins’
quarterback.
(. . sold. “ I b e quartertiacki
ickB, Uie receivers, Uie
I
b
e
NFC
defense,-meanu
nw hlle.hddU ieA FC secor
!cond P ro Bowl s tart In as m any yea rs, gaining
f r u s tr a te d In t b eSiQ)er
^
lg i43 y a n ls 'on sbc cariH^' ^ d grabbing
Bowl loss to the Los
>s linebackers and defei
(fenslve linemen are sstars
t
in check. Among the
h e standouts (or the * toppc
IH>ed
the
17
completions
rccoi
jord
set
by
Fouls...fivepasst
staged a Pro Bowl recordassesior.49
yards
and
two
TDs.
1- particularly Im pressive,
'e .
N
l
National
Conference, wtiic
iiich recorded eight last
st year, and the passingi m ark o ( two
s h a t t o l n g pasdng2 sl
Fouts,!
Its, sacked seven times, completed seven
show Sunday to lead tbe
e
Chuck Knox, Uie S eeatUe
at
Seahawks Coach sa
sacks of AFC quartertiacks
i
ks Dan
Fouts and BUI touch
uchdowns that had t>ecn sh;
shared by three of ninee throws
thi
to a ^
thraa
(or 103 yards.
_____
irashln of tbe AFC in the
ie-_>vbo. gulded_lbe_AFC,_a
,^aaid.that-Thfttem ann--K(
Kenney,-was Los A n ^ e sJ Rams'
R
safety Nolan—piaye
n r i n i i n l n tlw rfiiF g a m a
ayers.-----------------------------Kansas
tsas City’s K diney, a d d ^ ’to 'tb e AFC
looked very sharp, a n d1 tb
th at Uie fact he played Cr
CromweU.
The
NFC
broke
on
top
on
Haj
I
He~completed2iora
aJi-SheUch’s
f
I
d
d
squad
wt
when
an Injury kept Miami’s Dan
of 27 (or242 yards and thrMe ju s t a week ago m ay hla
a v e given him an edge
]He picked o(( one o(
if Fouls’ pass and goaj
a
l
,
_
t
^
buUt
a
17;^
half
dftlme
le
a
d
a
s
Marino
oi
touchdow ns, witb the
tbe num ber of con^Jletlbns"
0
out
o(
the
game,
compleled
Just seven____
s ■ b v e r 'tb e ’APC q u a ile rb
a
rbacks,'w
ho’d been'off " sc;
scam peredTS-yards.'for an
ai NFC score a n d ' 'A iidn
atirf tfift three touchdo
klrews h a i i l ^ 'in touchaown
« i passes from of 32 pass
lasses (or 80 y a i ^ and was intercepted
iKkiwns both oew standardss since the end of the regula
ularseason.
lat
later recovered an AFC fuml
unbie. '
Theis
lelsmann atid Montana.
twice.
f o r t t e gam e.
ilW e feU behind e a riyirandltvfastootoughto
ai
'The NFC.-wWcb now h aISs 'won sbc of the last
cro
:^ m w eU ’s pass Interception
on return in the
Buffalo’
A s k e d U his perform
'alo’s Jo e Cribbs wns tho AFC's top .
irmance, wWch earned himn pIaycatditq).” saId K o o » •;
ntt and i^ lds a 9 ^ overaU1 edge
o
In the series, third
rd quarter m ade it 24-3, then
en Thelsm ann’s rusher■ with
wl
P la y e r o t the Game
32 yards oii four carries, ^ id
le hhonors, m ade up for tbee
Theismann, a vicU mI of
o six sacks and two got
9)t its other points on a 14-yard
14
run by Los final
a l itwo toucbdown throws an
d e f e a t l a the NFL UU(
md D ickerson's ClncinnaU
naU’s C ris Colinsworth hod five receptitle game, Theismann saidi Interc^U otisintheR edsli
dskins’ 38.9 Super Bowl An
\ngeles R om s’ rookie Eric
Et
Dickerson, a la te
n
e run wrapoed up Uie scoring.
iR.
Uons(or7:
or73yards.
APSporis'W riter
Cop^per, Mboride}h b o th on *thile" tean
T
B yJE A N -L O U KIPIERIW
PI
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/AIS, F rance SA IN T GERVAl
rika.H ess woo the
Sw ltzeziand’s Erllu
lalom race Sunday
w o m e n ’s giaat aiak
dC
Cup skiing event
in tb e final Worid
Games at
b e f o re tb e Winter‘Olympic
01;
slavia. ’
S a ra v je v o , Yugosla\
ear’s Worid Ciq>
H e s s, last year
w o m e a ’s champion,
Ion, completed ttie '
45 gates along the
'" tw o m n s of 48 andd 42
u rse in 2 minutes,
S a in t Gervais cours
24.05 seconds. Itt vwas tier fourth
v ic to ry of the seasot
ison and gave Hess
a l& iw in tle a d in tiie
the 1964 World Cup
s ta n d in g s with 214Ipolnts.
po
veraU leader In the
. S h e also is tbe over
slalom, having won
W o rld Cup ^ a n t slali
ices tills season,
tw o o f th e three^ racef
iay’s giant slalom
S econd in Sunday'
w a s C ristin Ckioper
ier of Sun VaUey,
It was her best
Id a h o , in 2:24.94.. II
irrent Worid Cup
fin is h o f the curre
season.
td bby Carole Merle
S b e w a s followed
13.
o f F r a n c e in2:25.l3.
**I did n ’t take too many risks,”
ive a lot of conH e s s said. “I have
fid e n c e now. I’m pla
planning to rd a x ,
3d shape for the
s o I ’U be in good
O ly m p ics.”
Cocq>er had a fas
faster time tiian
beat, but finished
^
H e s s In th e secood1be
se c o n d fo r the second
uidstralghtyear.
in the (irst
^
*'I lo s t too m udi1 time
tl
Id. "And wben a
h e a t , " ' Cooper said,
c o u r s e Is as fast aass It is here, it's
d ifflc u lt to m ake if>
til e.” .
ptim
oney o( Squaw
T a m a r a McKinhe
V aU ey, Calif., gave
ive the U.S. two
>10
10, placing nInU)
fin is h e rs is the t<q;>
in2:26.37.
W e st Germany’s
's :Maria Epple, '
Wortd Ciq) Stanth ird tn the overall1 W
d in g s w ith 178 poll
points, was dls)r missing
a gate,
q u a lifle d Sunday (or
n
lechtensteln, viiio , H a n n l Wenzel of Lied
- . is s e c o n d overaU with
wJi 198 points, • —' '
fln lsb ed 23rd Sunday.
V: ■
Bet, run on (ast
Thef tvwKlay meet,
mny sides, was a
s n o w a n d u ndtf sunq
s w e ep for Switzerla
srland, with 17y e a r-o ld M Id id a Fl
F ig l^ winning
S a tu rd a y ’s downhill.
1.
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b u t
nm
a r k s
f i n i ss th e s
h e r
^'East a'juins NBA match
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wh going down hc court a t 100 mUes ■
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v]
DENVER —
- The sm allest maii on outside.
oul
Other than Uiat, he’s an ;
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ired-the-blggest honor ■averfigcpiayer."—
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hke E ast won an un*
V
West
Coach F ran k Layden of U »'
precendented fi(Ui
fl
straig h t NaUonal Utah
Utj Jaz z adm itted his squad wasw
--BasketbaUA sso
sodaUon AU-Star game, out-played
out
when It counted the m o s t.
“ Today I’m the
U s ta r o( sta rs ,” said
““I t’s not so much what we didn’t d o ,;
Islah Thomas. tlie
U 6-foot-l guard of Uie but
but w hat Uiey did do,” he said. “K.C..
Detroit Pistons,
ts, who w as named Uie worked
woi
his taU off and got thlnjgB
g am e's Most Vt
Valuable player as Uie ttur
u n ^ around wben they started ^
E a s t beat th<
the West 154-14= n nitm
run lng and moving tbe baU.”
overtim e. Thon
omas, who scored 21
h
Magic Joiinson, w h o ^ Jumper with;
points and had115
U assists, put his team 2020seconds left tied U at 132-132 in
onU iptostaywvlUi
it a 3-polnl play at the regulaUon,
reg
broke his own AU-Stfif
j
outset of overtim
Ime.
g n r e rc co t^ with 22 assists, but said:
gam
IJulius Ervi^g
Ig of the E a s t was Uie - he
he>would irather have won the g a m e , :
;
gam e’s high scot
» re r wlUi 34 points and
“ Hopefully* ru _ b e back next year;
Andrew Toney,
!y. his PhUaddphla and
and wo c a n 'g o t a victory,” said Uie;
i
team m ate, had
id nine- points in Uie Los
LosAngeles L aker guard.
.... '
:
overtim e.
T
The E a s t was seemingly In comr'
i
i
Thomas, thesn
smallest m an on dUier m and w ith a 128-119 lead with 3:50 to
I
team this year
or and the youngest go in regulaUon.
But
All-Star e v e r whe
hen hc m ade the squad
° Ja c k SUcma of SeatUe triggered
two y ea rs ago, made
m
no effort to hide a“ d“ra m a tic West raUy, dlm axed liy
Johnson’s
game-tying basket.
Joh
his joy.
"This day Inn Denver I was Uie ^ T h e E a s t’s L oiry Bird missed .,a
r
greatest baskeU
}UiaU p lay e r in Uie Jum
J'™ per from the com er with aboutsbc
seconds
left
in regulaUon-time. Tbe
f:
world, " s a id UiejgrtniUng,
g
22-y6<ar^Ta. ' ^
;
“ We had the besi
est of the NBA on Uie West got the retMund, but a de^iera*
tlon ju m p e r a t the buzzer l)y Johninb
I
court and a s UieiM
N yP today, I was Uie Mon
L
best o( Uie b e s t M
Maybe not tomorrow. carom ed off the backboard.
A fler Thom as’ 3-poInt play a t the
re.”
A:
but today (or sure,
j
Thomas said being
b<
a play-making s ta rt of th e overUme, Toney p u t ^
^
guard on a teai
sam of All-SUus “is ^E^ast
s In completo conlrol, hlttlDg..aheaven. No'matU
tter whot you do, it’s 15-(oot
^*-(< Jum per, driving (or a la y -^ ,:
converting a three-point play a ^
con’
right.”
Boston Coach1 K. C. Jones, who hitting another lay-up to tnakelU
146-138 wiUi 2:03 remaining In Uie
coached Uie Eastitbackfrom
t
al4-polnt
overtime.
halftlm e defidt, d<
described Thomas as
., fter G eorge Gervin of San A n t c ^
A
“AwesomewiUiai
aCapiUUA.”
and E rv in g traded baskets, Thomas
“He docs ever^
iryUiing an d does it
Iced It (or the E a st wiUi 3S sectmdb
weU,” said Jones,
s. “H ehasU ieabU lty
remaining, driving (or a lay-up and a
to m ake crcaUve
ve passes, lead Uie
150-145 advantage.
mm
IC r l s t i n C o o p e r in a ccttil o n In t h e W o r ld C u pp :g la n t-s la lo im a t S t .
G c fv a is, P r a n c e
bI: e s t
s e c o n ic d
in
s l a l o mn
S
,
c o n t e s ; tt
Utah (AP) — (rom Sqi
P A R K CITY, Uta
Squaw VaUey, Calif., Is sev
ev-I the standings.
Cindy Ndson,
enth Inth
. O ly m p ic velerans Ci
Uy Flanders and
This Is
is the (ourth time the 28C h ristln C o c ^ , Holly:
id Nelson, (rom Reno, N ev.,
T a m a r a McKinney lead
Ie
tbe U.S.
year^ild
Ing team (or tbe ‘h a s beet
w o m en ’s Alpine skiing
een named to an Olym pic
sbe missed tbe 1972
ich begin next
team . However,
Ho
W in ter G am es which
iigoslavia.
W inter' Games
C
t>ecause o( a h ip
w eek in Sarajevo, Yugo
T h e .te a m , whichI aalso Indudes
ti.
Ume,
Nelson
is condng off
D d»bie Armstrong
iee ligam ent su((ered Dec. l1l1..
M aric ich , was announ
ade
h
e
r
(irst
compeUUve
apfollow ing the compleUoi
iUon o( the final
ce since tlie Injury over thhI?e"
W orld C up skiing event
« .l prior to the
Id a t Saint Vervals, (inlshlng
ng
O lym pics.
33rd.
Olympic veteran Is
i^ ld from Sun
The other
oU
C ooper, a 24-yearoli
rs, a 26-year-oId from
Flanders,
VaUey, Idaho, wbo Is
is sbcth in the
Jd,N.H.
stflndtng>» this
Deerfield,
overaU World Cup sti
to
First-tir
sea so n , . Otinisbed
tsecond
•Umers In the Olympics a r e
S w itz cria n d ’s ErikaI tHess In the
i^aiMjld M aridch (rom S ui n
th e 22-yei
m
nS
Sunday at SL
VaUey and
at Armstrong, 20, fro m
wom en’s giant slalom
. V ervals. France. Md
McKinney. 21, SeatUe, Wash.
W,
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f
K
H obaart signss c o n tra c tfor UISFL in Florida
I
MOSCOW" (aPp): - U niversity of
Idaho quarterbad
tck Ken H obart signed
Sunday night wit
vlth the Jacksonville
Bulls of Uie Unit
nlted S tates FooUiaU
League for moreBthan
t
$1 miUlon over
fouryears, school!
)1officials said.
Hotiart, who graduated
]
in Decem ber, plannedd to s ta rt pracU dng
m M l
wiUi Uie Florida1 team
I
Im m edlaldy,
n f i
said
Davo
KdIog{
>gg,
Idaho
sports
inA ffl
(ormatlon cUrectot
tor. The Bulls began
workouts for Uie
e spring season two
weeks ago.
.
....
Hcrtiart, who holds
hc
26 school records, 23 Big Skyf (Conference records
and 12 NCAA Olvl
ivislon IAA rccords,
1 - " "
was selected byy Uie Bulls in the
sccond round of Uie
tie USFL draft.
NaUonal Footbc
baU L eague teams
.
also were interesU
stod bl H obart, said
A
Kdlogg, but Uie 23-year-oId
23
Kamlah,
Idaho, native fdtt hc
h couldn’t pass up
the opportunity ort]
rthe money.
Kellogg said Hol
lobart w as only the
second player In NC
VCAA history to gain
more than 10,000 ya
/ards In total o(fcnse
M a r ia IVlarlclc
ich w ill b c a ‘f i r s t 't i mn ce r* In t h e O l y m p i c s
over a career. Hobi
>bart's coUcge totals
------- 1 Indude 11,126 yan
irds In o((ense, 104
,
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KEN H O B A R T
Id a h o q u a r te rb a c k
touch
luchdown-s and sdecUon to Uie IflfiS
Dlvls
ivlsion IAA All-America team.
Hc w as voted most valuable p la y n
in1 the
tht B ig Sky league the past t^ra
vears
2ars a s Idaho went 9-4 and 8-3.
M ontaana teaim s shearing lcead in Big Skk y basl^ketball1ratings^
By I b e A ssociated Presss
But rightlt rnow I ’m real pleased w ith
Ith Thursday, and Uie ^ «ngals were not
fo u r remiUtiing
rcj
tiome gam es It wiu
x>mpcted.”
liowwocon
taken ll^ U y .
h a v e lo forfdt for scheduling ooo
ooe too
T he Bob
tobcats were led by C h ris
^gam es tills season. T he leag
^ague’s
on that another
“There’s no qucsUor
Brazier, who
wt scorcd 23 points bicludUc
directors
determ ined'
id' last
LwUy cllmUiated
^ c t^ c
Ing a p>alr
ai of game-winning f r e^ e loss would have virtua
th at ISU was one gam e over
^
us
from
-tho
UUe
chaj
lase,”
said
UM
Uuows wiUi
wll 21 seconds left. T h e
mo lim it m andated by the NC
mciy. ■■But WB
^
Coach Mike Montgpmi
idvancod MSU to 4-2 ngnir><»t
victory adv
#U1
dedde
by
conference
roducUon obout
™
II
didn’t m ake a big pro
Big Sky' opponents,
(
|(V9 overaU.
wiilch game Uie Bengals* n
W eber Stat
tato remains solidly In th e Uils gam e, Important1 iM It was. We
■ MSU s w e p t a pair o( hoi
nome gam es
i getting the
,
ce UUe hunt with a 3-2 league have players capable! or
y must also decide K Uiat (or
(rom Id a b o S ta te tad Webei
fberSUitelast
^
Job
done.”
b e WUdcats are 12-6overaU.
wiU cou
» u n l ‘■against ISU — and
week to p u ll Into a Ue wlti
ier
Montana
team
split
a
p
a
i
l
r
Idaho
StaU>,
which
be
tjcgan
last
week
whom
ev
lever
gets
Uie
resulting
vlct
(or tbe conference lead. Nol
*
1 g am e s' last week, b ua t
undefeated In cbhferenc
jice acUon, got,
—: in the
lhe seedings (or th e poat-sea
team t h a t w a s picked in
e In the words o( Coach WnyneBoIiord.
W
conjeten
m a i S l oto hold on to a piece o( thle
:ence tournament. ’The Ben^
season polls to finish oear t
» -le a d . M ontana.trounced"
jd —a "good d d country wfi
vhtpplng* ’ from T iave' borne
hoi games rem aining T"tii^ —
of i b e l S tg S ^ packi
Idaho State
ito 74-50 Saturday night to
to Montana, and (oundI the northern
d a y nigh
Ight against Boise State, Sal
“It's a a iip ris e ,” said
Id *
Coach Stu advance Its B ig Slcyrecordto i-a wad
id swing of its Big' S
Slcy schedule
d a y agal
Sainst Idaho, on Feb. 23 agai
igabist
State’s 6»«6 Its seasonIm ark to 16-3.
S ta m er a f t e r
Sti
particularly long. .T
.Ih e Bengals
M ontana
ina' aod on ¥;eb. 2S agai
gainst
-^ c to r y -o v w - W e b o r -S taBtftA
r ^ tu rd a y ------Deq>lte tb
tbe score,-the victoiy-w as-a ~~
to (aU -to-3*2-inT~Montana
JU fS taleL — ■— -------------------!o be
' night. **W ewerepIcked to
b seventh, crucial ooe
ae to the Grizzlies a f te r - a
league play, 9-13 o v e ^U..
N orthe
then) Arizona also ^ l i t oo
on ithe
a id maybe w e ’U sUU nett down
dc
o
there, tough €7Sd
9 overtim
e loss to Weber o n
ISU wUl find out todaj
lay virtilch of Its
rxwd lasi
ast week, but the sweetness
leas of
—
MonUma
and
Tbe U niversity of M
oj
Montana S ta te (Inally have
ive something
In com m on besides tmth
loth being in
M ontana — tbey share the
lhe lead In Uie
ayvays-aght Big Sky' .(Conference
S aturday night's> victory
\
over Boise 16 ppoints Saturday. Guard Je((
State quickly wasi
ashed aw ay the tiad Altmi
tm an led the Lumtierjacks with 24
taste of a ( ^ II loss to Idaho on points
lints, Including 18 bi the sccond iialf.'
Thursday.
Nor
N ortheni Arizona improved its re;
rd to
Lumberjodc
cks posted. Uieir first
^ 2-4 in th e Big Sl^, 9-9 overaU.
)lse S ta to fd l to 2-3 In Uie league and
Big Sky rood vlclo
tory In alm ost Uutsj
-7
for
th
e
season.
y ears by upending
lg BSU 7 l- « . It was
only Uie second[ Ihome loss of the
Afte
i\ftor two straight victories at
season (or the Bronjn « ^
home,
mc. S aturday night wasn’t as kind
^
NAU had hot hai
lands (rom Uie fidd to Uie University of Idaho. Nevadac
aU night long, but
bi it w as nearly Reno
mo dropped the . Vandals 8i-70
flawless (ree-Uirow
IWshooting down Uie behinc
hind th e scoring power of Daniiie
stretch Uiat ked
!d Uie gam e. The Jones.
nes. T he setUor gimrd poured in a
Lum berjacks were
?e 13-14 from tho-line—gamem e-high-30 points-on-ll-of-l8-(idd------- ~—
In Uie final two mini
Inules.
goals
als 1and elgbt of nbie (ree Uirows.
“ We were labdi
d ed a s losers, but . The
rhe WoK i>ack lost a hard-fought
there a rc a lot ofLnewcomers
n
69 double-ovgrtlm o rt«»gLolnn tn_____ ^
on_Uilg_81-<5^
team and \ra ’re nol
» t losers and we're Boise
i ta te Thursday. U ^ now Is M
ise S
tiot ccUar-dwdlai
lars^” said NAU in Uie
the conference. 9-10 overaU. Idaho
(or><'ard David AUe
Uen. who Dumped In feUto:
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Timos-Nows. Twin Falls, Idafio B-3
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SAPEL HILL, N.C.. (AP)
CHA
P) —
h a d Jordan said things didn’t
I’t 1fe d
t for him when top-ranked No
North
3llna faced No. 10 Louisiana1St
Slato
s r d jay,
S but when he finally got
)t ccontrol, Uie
lh Tigers paid the price,
Jord,
irdan scorcd 23 ^ In ts in the
le ssecond half
ho a s the T ar Heels extern
4>nded
th eirr unbeaten
i
streak to 17 gan
pm es -
North Carolina tov
>wlUiln 52-51.
l/iJ]
'illa n o u a 5 8
Jordan was nin
in e for 12 from Uie ^
xl as North Carolina ^ r rhk a n s a s 5 4
fld d In the period
pp;
h it 14 of lls last 17'fid
fl d goal attempts.
PHILADELPHIA
(AP) -- Dwayne
I
J e rry Reynolds,
s, who had 29 p ^ t s ivicC
cClain scorcd 20 points, Indi
Ddudlng a
)Uow shot v/iUi 12:43 tio-lr
for LSU, hit a foU
>-ln wiUi three seconds left,
:ft, to lead
WENDELL - - Kimberly
K
and
Tigers a 54-52 lead, v uilonova
ia
left to ^ v e Uie Tl
to a 58-54 victor:
tory over ~
Oeclo will put their
ti
sterling
Sm ith cam e back; w
with two free throws leth-:
Ui-ranked Arkansas in a nonconr
records on the Him
line here today
a t 12:18, whUe Daj
>amon Vance hit the fcrer
pence college tiaskeUMUl gar
game Sata s the District 4_ai
C l a s s ^ . g l r l i -----------^wltlUL!
-shot foul at the 12:07— urdaday:-------------------------------basketball tourzu
imamenU gets
“i w
w.as on the edge. I fd t 1 was
vasn'l m a rk to give LSUia'5S-531ead.
a
Ari
\rk a n s a s tlexl the score at
at 154 on a
underw ay.
ing the breaks,” .Jordan sa
^ .
getting
said.
. Sam -Perkins ani
md Brad.Daugherty fnse» - throw by LeRoy Sutton
\
in-wlUi43The
Canyon1 Conference
“ Y ouureach
r
a point wherc you have
ave to scored on layupj
ips to give North secor
» n d s left. VUlanova’s Frank
ink Dobbs
cham pion Bulldog:
logs (13-2) will
Ictyoui
our frustraUons go.”
Carolina a 57-5S le
lead It would never mlsse
X sseconds
ssed
a
Jum
p
shot
wiUi
six
face Glenns F e nTy
y (S-11) In thc
Jordi
rdan did that, sparking thee 1T ar surrender,
left,
I
I, bul McClain, who hit nin
nine of
toum am ent opener
»er at 3:30 p.m.
Heels
s to a rally that erased
fd an
North Carolina
la built thc final shots
3ls from th e floor, slithered
red in for In the WendellI IHigh School
cight-pi
l-polnl deficit midway throu
rough m argin wlUi thee hd p of Its four hisfo
Ifollow-up fld d goal,
gym, while Dedo
d o (164) will
Ih e firs
irst half.
7rhe
}}^ Razort>acks Uteo lost Uie:
com ers d d ay andd foul shooting. Thc
h e b a llo n .
tak e on WendellII ((7-10) in the
“ I thought
th
it was an excdlent
It ccol- - T a r H ods hit 13 of 16 free Uirows in Uie! inbounds
in
play and when Vill
Vlllanova
8:45 p.m . nightcap,
:ap. In the 5:15
lege gam
gi e,” North CarollnftCoa
::oach theflnal6-2fl
took
Hiled and
>k over. McClain was foulc
gam e, FUer (8-9)
B-9) will piny
Dean
1 SmIUi said. "We hadI tUie
ide two free throws wiUiI two
tw
Valley (9-10), while
whl
Gooding
homecc
ecourt advantage and our cro>
:rowd
The Tigers solve
/ed North Carolina’s onHo
1 to sea) the victory.
is left
(12-S) wUI racc Sho
w as very.piuoh
vei
behind us.''
Shoshone ( 12-8 )
is and built a 33-25
serie s of defenses
Irkansos. 15-4, took a 35-28 ie:
in the 7 o'clock cont<
mlest.
LSU
U Coach Dale Brown said
1
a i In which Reynolds j ^ np
_ shot by Ricky Norton wlU
d his
lead with a KHI nm
On Tuesday, nigb
Jghl,. the firstleamI didn't
c
from
scorcd sbc points.;. :Perkins countored ^ go, but thc WUdcats keptt balUlng
suffer as much fro
bi
round winners will
i
ill meet
at 6_:30
Jo rd aan’s
n ’ performance as it did fra
from
for the T ar HeelsI vwiUi 8bc points and
:k and look their first lead
thc
vn efforts in thc second half,
brought North Ci
and 8:15. Flrst-roun
)und losers will
its own'
Carolina to wiUiln
ne, 46-45, on two free Uiro'
Iirows by
play on Wednesday
I
•’s free Uirows at Uie
aynight.
“ I thought
th
con- 33-31. John Tudor’s
it was a lack of co
rold P ressley with 9;19 on
o the '
The toum am ent
v continue
it will
fidence
tch,"
end ofthe fialf gove
ce on our part down the stretch
'cLSU a 37-34 lead.
±.
Thursday, then re
resume MonBrown
i
asket
Perkins had 19> ]points and lied a
tl said.
“ You don't match bask
^ he lead changed hantis twice
sasket against Uie top-ranki
uiked ca re c r high with 117
* rebounds. SmiUi t^ r nire
day, Feb. 6. and'«
id continue on
fo r bai
^ Dobbs gave Vlllanovaa a 52-49
-for the senilfitea m on
on Uie road.”
h ad 14 for the T a r H
Tuesday, Feb. 7,-fox
Heels, who shot 55.6
1 w iU sbc m inutes left,
nals and the championship
ch
Jorda
Dints, percent from the fit
dan, who finished with 29 polnl
fid d and 68 percent
mic^laln
-?
led aU scorers while I
efIcIt In th e sccond half on
onl7of25shols.
gam e. A second UUe
tlUi game will
led t hlee T
' ar Heels from a 52-46 defk
E d Pinckney added 14 apie*
piece for
necessary, on
w ilh B
a three-point
U
left.
Derrick Taylor aadded. 13 for LSU.
play with 13: W) lei
b e played. ,if nec
anova, now 9-8. Alvin Robe
obertson.
ddcd a dunk on a pass from
fro:
and Leonard
Thursday, Feb. 9.
12-5. while Nikita WUson
W
H e add
■ed 13 points and Suttonn I for
vSmiUi
wiUi 13:0SIcft and pulle
ullcd Mitchell had 12 apic<
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B e r to laaic c in i i K ^och
i
w in s LP G A
By BOB
( REENBG
;sociatedPress .
TheAsso
t o u r o p «D ener
sand
DIEGO — Gary Hallberg had
hat
DEERFIELD BEACH,
BE
Fla.
(A P ) - S ta r tin g the
the final round
o fth e field,
one stroke ahead1 oi
Silvia Bertolacclnili of
ol Argentina
fought off one chali
lallenge after
another to win Uie
th J200.000
Creek,
M azda Classic ofr Deer
D
ener, by Uirce
th e 1984 LPGA opene
strokes Sunday.
Touring the last: 18 holes with
a 69. Bertolaccinid scored
s
her
;lncel979with
first tour victory sinc
a 72-hole total of 28
280. 8-under
*30,000
p a r. She receivedd Uie
t
first prize, almost equalling
eqi
Uie
total of $33,930 she5earned
cii
in 27
-ear when her
tournam ents Jast yeai
b est showing was a flfUi-place
iankCTasslc.
tic a t the Virginia Ban
11. of Stuart,
Lauri- Rinker, 21.
[>ses pursuer
F la ., was h er dose:
before falling out ooff «contention
a t t h e 17th hole, SheBwoundupln
wi
iree strokes
second place, thnx
behind witb 283.
arco Island,
In n ea rty Marc
sfeated fdiow
Bonnie Gadusek defei
3-6,
F loridian .Kathy HorvaU)
Ho
5100,000
Avon
6-0. W to win the SU
U
Cup tennis toumame
unent ot the
M arriott Marco Beai
teach Resort
Sunday.
minutes for
I t took only 20 ml
G adusek to t n ^ c ee Horvath
H
In
th e second set 64).
Uie
" It was not until I[reached
rc
le tUilrd set)'
ninth gam e (of the
w ith multiple m atch
p
h points
that
hee ;first time
1 felt pressure for th
during the match, ore
r eiv en in the
toum am ent,” said1 Gadusek
i
“ Then I just played1 it point by
point.”
____________
'
his
wrapp.pped up, had Uie victory inI hi:
P o c k e t ;- — untU the old memory of ia
his
toum am ent planted Itsdf In1hii
junior toi
m ind,
hole
A routiutine par, a closing 5 on a hoh
was
d d s birdies by thc,dozcns, wa:
th a t ylelc
:ure
ilberg needed Sunday fo secure
^1 Hollb<
cond consecuUve tlUe in Uie
the
his secoi
pen
\n
d
y
WUllams
San
Diego
Oper
Isuzu-An(
jum am ent.
GolfTour
Then Ii that memory intruded,, sa
rcdeja-vuJ 5situation developed, he regey
pealed aa 9-ycar-old Uuw-putt bogej
ll, a
ve sccond life to Gary Koch,
an d gave
/ho thought he didn't havee a
m an who
chance,
and
And KoKoch, who had wailed around
ut an hour but fully expecteddto
to
for obout
Ity,
e d oul, seized his opportunity,
bo closed
ropped inin a 10-foot birdie puU on the
/off
hole of a sudB^deaUi playoff
second ho
Hatched Uife tiUe from thc
Uie
and snat
y-haunted I^dlberg.
memory-1
“ I can'an't emphasize how much1 I
aid
thoughtI II didn’t havc'a^hance.” said
ick
Arho cam e from six shots^ack
Koch, wh«
md
a 7-uj r-under-par 65 In the last round
lay
: said, “ was just trying to play
and, h ess
round, maybe get in the top1 10
a good roi
kc
a
good
check.
make
thought of winning never en"T*'" “ >
iry
ny mind — not untU Gary
le re d my
that putt.”
m issed th{
:an
trailed two men, Andy Bean
Jlberg, when he (jnlshed thc
iic
and Hallb
Dls
r e l a t i oion
n 72 holes at 272, 16 shots
Ith
por on the 7,002-yard South
* ^ d e r pai
it the Torrey Pines (3olf Club,>.
ean suddenly was savaged by
B ut Beaj
ed
a seven,. aa triple bogey.UiaLJaiocked
Im
^ im outI cof the lead and sent him
3ack Into Uic pack.
reeling bat
;rg then assumed command,
Hallberg
is one stroke ahead of Koch
He was
ch
69s.
coming Into the lastit 1hole.
“ I was thinking,i, just hit It down
Uca
c a n , a t one tim e two shots d
there, get your' pai
>ar, and get out,” the field
fic and apparenUy poised
1 ru n
c d to
Hallberg said.
away
ly VkiUi 11, couldn't recover
I'cr from
ti
“Then I .startedI ithinking about a thatLtriple
bogey on Uic 14Ui.. M
Most of
Junior tournament hhere ton the same his difficulty
dlf
»ked tee
arose from a hookt
Torroy Pines course
se), when I was 16, shott lh
I al nesUcd deep into
to deep,
and I was in the
le same situation ivy-llk
like groimd-cover. After various
va
against John Cook.””
’
advent
entures in the canyons running
ni
ts he did this time, down
T hat time, just as
Tl to Uie Pacific, he playc
lycd his
he put his third shot
3t on the I8 U1 some fourth
l h shot through the green, chipped
ch
30 feet from the flag,
ibackir
leln five and 2-putted.
“ And. just like I did today, I ran
Bear
;an, a non-winner for 22 mc
months,
th at putt about foui
lur feet by. I was finishe
h ed with a 72 and was tied
;
Klal274
thinking about it,”’ fHdiberg said. “I wlUiDi
IDoug Tewcli, Petor Oosterhi
’rhuls of
had thc sam e putt co
coming back that 1 Engiar
iand and L arry Mize. Towel
ivell and
h ad lnthatjunlortouj
lumament.
Oostorl
c rh u ls had 66s. Mize a 67.
on It Uiat time. So
payn
“ I toolc my Ume oi
lyne Stew art, who led Uiroug
lugh the
this Ume I thought II’d rush II a litUo second
nd and third rounds, fdi vlctl
'Ictlm to
bit. But Uie sam e U
i
thing
happened. I a sevei
vere ease of the golfing hor
horrors.
m issedit.”
Hcblev
lew lo a fal 78, indudlng 42
0 : the
L2on
pleted a round of back,:. and
a finished a l 279.
• T hc t>ogcy-6. compi
dc Into a He at 272
Tomr
G8. d ro p p ^ him back
m m y Nakajima, a U.S.
>. 'Tour
lochandsetupUie regular
with the surprised Ko<
lar from Japan, playedd it
I 15
two-hole playoff forr U10 S72,000 lirsl strokes
;es better with a course-recoi
jcord 63
prize.
that pul
put him a t 275.
the first of
The5 ground
1
On thc par-3 I6thI 1hole,
:
where Tom Watson
Wa
och and Hallberg planted
Uie playoff, boUi Koc
cd his golf spikes for onei of
oi the
m ade routine pars,
m ost famous
fai
shots In U.S. Open
h
nhlsloOn Uie par-4 17th,, ]Hailberg-got his ry was
as fighting for its llfc-carly
rly UUs.,
sccond Into a grecnsii
side bunker while winter.
:r.
Koch put his some 110 feet from the
ButI vwhen Watson returns to thc
flag. Hallberg cam e oi
out to about 3 feet pebble
1
lc Beach
coursc for thc 43rd
I
rdBing
and never got an op|
ipportunity to try Crosby
1
>y NaUonal
Pro-Am. whichtidpcns
d]:
Uic putt,
Thursda
Mlay. he'U find his spot of Iiand
Koch rapped his int(
ito the back of the' intactI. A
< new sea wall protects
cts thc
cup and saluted the^fi
fourth victory ot trcochci
herous are a to the left of Uie
he 17Ui
his T our career with
Ul a raised, den- green1.
ched fistof jubilation.
r
“ Ifwwc
e had been forced to wait I
T he group a t 205, oonly four off Uie 15 more
re days to do the work. I’m s
lead with 18 holes remi
nalning, induded we wouli
luld have lost the bunker and
in d th c
Joey SInddar, Dan Pol
>ohi;EdFlori,Gli left edg
dge of Uie green,” says St
M organ and Don Poole
'•ey.
McCIenr
jiinan, director of golf at Pel
Pooley, who bounce
ccd an approach Beach,1.
shot off the top of a s]
spectator’s head
"Then
ere’s been a lot of erosion in
in that
t
on Uie 18Ui, had a 71.:
I. SInddar dosed grea ove
iver the years. There's proba
obably
up w ith a (77. Pohl, Fio
lori and Morgan,* 10 o r 15 less
:
feet of ground now
U
V than
a two-time winner last
s t season, all had there wa:
# as lO yearsaco.”
m
.................
i
J o h n M c E n r•o
o c r e t t i r n s I v a n L e nid
d l’
l’s s h o t in U .S . P r o f i n a l s
' McE]Inro e stoops Lendl
pS
_
_
in U..S . P ro nm aratho n
By RALPH BEI
ERNSTEIN
decic
eciding point c a m c when Lendl
hit
it a Ibackhand out of play.
:'
In the sccond set, Lendl broke
PHH>ADELP
P H IA
— Second- MIcEnroc
cE i
in the second gam e for a
seeded John McE
I
nroe defeated 2-0
ie
•0 lead.
He won tKe first polnl on a
---- J - V i T - . ' - r - ^ r r ^ - r
....
top-s(!cd(Kl Ivan
an Lendl 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, foreh
irehand
placem ent.
which
7-6 Sunday to w
win Uie $375,000 U.S. MIcEnroe
cE i
strenuously protested.
Pro Indoor tiUc
Lie for th e Uiirt con- He
Ie w
was warned by the umpire to
seculiveyear.
conlii
3nllnucorloscapolnl.
McEnroe dUnchod
h
Uie S54.000
Me
McEnroc
broke back In the third
winner’s share
rc w hen he won a game
amc 3 during which he protested
fourUi-set tiebi
b re a k e r 7-3 a s he , again
gain and spoke to ihtj referee,
eliminated I^^nc
;ndl in the finals for After
fter a discussion, he continued Uie second straij
aight y e a r.
piay.
lay.
iey deserved to stop the
win, Uiey
he one else in the crowd
vd did. They sot line I: threw
U
cd ana
In Uie tiebre
re ak er between the
Tht:
out there, worked
Thc deciding break in the second
s tre a k .”
two
foremost
p
anxiously Uirough Uie
le find moments, workod
1 worked.’'
professional tennis .set!t camc when Lendl took 1
Ki and
<y said he would rest Sunday
Gretzky
ay urging Gretzky on. V
Bon of
players in Uie
When Uic final
Aftor
10 w orld, McEnroe wcEr
: r gtmlies M arkus Maltssoi
McEnroe's service in the fourth
'
iday before deciding whether
and Mondt
e r buz-zer sounded, the
forced Lendl Into
i
le fans rose In Los Ang
five straight game
uigeles and Andy Moog of Edime after trailing 40-15. Thc
to p lay In Uie NHL All-Star Game
ne unison and gave himI ta standing ovamonton
errors from l-l1 to ta k e a 6-2 lead, game
>n forged a scoreless; first
f
ime wonl to deuce before Lendl
a t East RuUierford,
Tuesday’ night
r
■d, lion.
Lendl, the top-ra
period,
t U n g s built a 3-0 lead1in thc
ranked player in the gave
i, Uic
ive 1the advantage on a forehand
le shoulder is questionable ...
N .J. “ The
Bemie
worid. deiiverec
sec o ndd s t a i i u on two goals by Bei
ed a n a c e and Uien • piacei
acement. McEnroe deuced It
I'U play. If 1 can’t, 1I
If 1 can play,
pi
“ I’m disappointed it’s
it' over, sorry it NIchoUs
\ifders
McEnroe netted
Us and one by Aifd
xl a serv ic e return to again
'ain, but Lendl forced two errors
won’t.”
didn’t go a litUe longer,” said Hakanss
puttheticbreakc
keral(J-3.
tofini;
isson.
finish thc break and lead 4-1.
:y coilectod 61 goals and 153
Gretzky
53 Gretzky. "But I’m gli
glad It ended at
Don Jackson
J
orence
McEnroe, whe
ho is ranked second
Len
and Tom (^re.
Lendl evened thc m atch as he
uring thc sUreakf He now has
points duri
QS
hom e. It started here
c and It finished sandw'iched
ld
iround
behind Lendl. <
ended the m atch Won
U second set 6-3 in the ninUi
Edmonton goals aroi
in Uic
28 regular-;
i r - s e ^ n gamcs left in which
±
h ere.”
wiUi a drop sl
onebyK
shot a f te r Lendl’s game
’Kien Houston of the Kings>in the
imc. He buill a 4(^15 lead, netted
to go after
top-his singio-season scoring
lg
It emded bccause tthe Kings, the th ln i per
itcomc
retum of a deepp drive.
e
,
a shot
jeriod, but by then Uie outco
shot and then forciKl McEnroe to
re co rd o 1212
f2 l points, set In.l980-ai.
sam e d u b Uiat had ho
halled^retzky’s of the gam
go e dldn’t-really-molter.er.-All Ench player had
hi a service break backh
ckhand over the sideline.
Kings intorlm
I:
coach RogaUen
m s tre a k a t a record 330 games last altcnUon
Lendl broke
in
U third set McEnroe, broke
<y iand
In the final set.
s
lon w as focused on Gretzky
[n Uic
Vachon was
wa so happy thot his toam
m season, came up w
Ihrough McEnn>
with a superb the streal
roc for a 2-« lead. He LOndl
eak.
ndl in a 4-2 second gamo. From '
had beaten
en Edmonton, he wasn't even
in checking effort Uiat sti
i
lUflcdUicNHL’s
The Kings,
Kil
semen
won Uie first Ihrt
irec points for a 40^) 30-30
particularly defcnsen
30.. iLendl got a tough break on a
thinking about
ab the end of Uie streak,
m ost powerful offense; • advantago, but
■
^JayWdL
Jt M cEnroe cam e netI court
co
d ls and M ark Hardy, who)w
wiere
shot thal Jiist dropped
“ i wasi so
s( pleased about Uie win, I1
“They played aabsolutdy
t
un- on thc Ice
ic every Umo Gretzky>was,
back to deuce the
he g am e.
over
w
er tUic sideline and then hit a
com pletdy
>ly forgot he didn't get a believable.” said \Vochon, who lim itedi th
U e m ovem ents and the• sc
scorgained an
an advanUigc. but backhi
ckhand over the baseline t o give
p oint.’’said
aid Vachon.
becam e Interim headd coach Friday Uig chai
^
a
t
Lendl
delivered;
J
a
p
assin
g
shot
and'
McEni
:Enroea2-0lead.
lances of the Oilers’
But, If Vachon
Ve
forcot thc streak, no
K> after th e firing of Don1 IPerry. "E veiy
center.
M cEniw hit over
O'
th e baseline
But
Jut I^ndl broke right back in
, twice as I^endlwc
won Uie game.
gam
o 3. winning from 30-30 as
mo
McEnroe cveni
•ned th e match with McEni
:Enroc hll. a forehand Into Uic
a service break
3k and gained the net. a
and Lendl m ade a fine
... .....!
load as I^ndi ddouble faulted the backht
:khond cross court passing shot
deciding point. 7The tw o then h d d which
ich froze McEnroc and mode
sorvico, forcinfi
ng a tiebreaker. Uiesco
scoro 2-1, The deciding break In
McEnroe, 24, tw
Iwlce a Wimbledon the thi
third scl cam c in gam e 8 as
J
.
winner and a star
a r on th c U.S, Davis McEnr
Enroe won four of the five
" Cup tcam, took; th
11 e firs t set 6-3 by points
tits jplayed. Lendl lost a gam e by
breaking l^endl's
I's serv ic e In gam e double
iblc faulting Uie final point.
4.
In1 U
ll series between these two
e also 7-1 in cjonference.
the
e lead
for the Spartans, who5 McKenzie added 15 and
“ m fcrcnce
I
nd Grog Schow
The two trad
ided servicc with top players,
pla
................... .................... 14 9 <3a M
M cEnroe, now leads
to l(H2 for Uie .season, 7-1 in1 ond C arl Ballcy hod 10 a{
Im proved lo
apiece.
skjiiaa......
............................................. .. ... 38
39 4j
McEnroe running
ng out th e scl In the 9-8 . He
He
won their firs t four .meet- -. 1
e.
confereince.
inarow forU ie
*Miafc» -—, Sciiow 10. Bailey id. Cron
The loss was U«5l5Uilr
on 19,
ninth game.
ings,
3, U
Lendl Uie next seven aiid now
115. WUlUmj ■<. J a t o m I. Shawl. Tot
took a 29-20 halftime leadI, Grizzlies, daUng back to
lolastsenson.
_______ In Uie final gar
am e o f the opening McEnn
M._________________ ;__________
Knroe has taken fivt» <if
in«;f
'•
5------ Minlco-wiU-vlait-Idah
loded-for-45-polnts-in-U»e—
rfxH^alls-Wed—
lnd
s.D«n
set, McEnroe ■ffeirtJd iin d 40-15 six. Including
- H*u 4. McOeUmn 6, Don Sulller S.
O
uie re cen t M asters b)
second half
alf. Brad Croft paccd the} nesday night, then tra
ra v d to Twin -suitt«- j. ui
Lusk IS. B. Oeonert I. C. Douieil
neii 4.
before rallyinc to win the set. Thc NewYc
vYork.
wiUi 19 polnti, while Kentt F alls fo r a showdown wll
S p artan s wi
. TtoUls 30 M M «4. ‘nmofwlnl ^s « i ______________________
riUiUieBnilns,
TheAssoclated.
rfP Jrsf
Gretzl:ky’s sccoring sS tr e a k ends aat 51
rta (AP) EDMONTON, Alberta
Jjered by a
Wayne Gretzky, bothei
Mnsidered sitbruised left shoulder, con
night’s game
Ung out Saturday nigl
Kings.
against the Los Angeles KI
j
nt Edmonton
But the magnificent
as nursing a
Oilers’ ccntcr also was
MC rYKord 51National Hockey League
point-scoring
gam e
consecutive
po
d to
streak, and so he decided
tc play.
-
The Kings then rose to0 the
tli occasion,
ending the amazing stre
streak, which
dated to the opening game
ga
of Uie
season, andw onthegamne4-2.
e^
, . “ I pondered the last,coup
ouple of nights
about not playing But 1 ft
fd t if I was
going to be stopped, 1 wanted
wa
to bo
stopped playing not sitti
sltUng in Uie
stands,” Gretzky said,
d. ‘^‘But Uie
shoulder is oo excuse ... Uiey (Uie
Kings) played well, they
d
y deserved
to
I
»^T '
Hot-hcanded Sparta3 n s
Four Mlnlco
■IDAHO F A k t ^ - Fou
here
players scored in double figures
fig
artans swept S aturday olght as the Spart
lo a 64-44 Gem State Confpn
rprence boys'
— basketball victory— o v er
. Skyline.
share of Uie
The win maiatalned a sh^
,
m
J . .
ru n1 over
^Skylim
:
■
'V
:
\
F
B-4 Tlm es-N ew s. Twin
In Falls, Idaho
Snijip er
Monday, Jan
lanuarySO, 1884
—
■-
i' trhis
£
d o> s e s 1-8^4 sutret
...B U R L E V (AP)
*) — A s n ip e r
o f t hle
e of the 1-84 and Ridgewa;
w ay
'S lipped through the
h e g r a s p o f s ta te
R o a dI <
10
exit intersection, aboutt H
and county law-«n
’• e n f o r c e m e n t ofm U e si uwest of Burley, according
;g ti
to
fleers Sunday night,
{ht, a f t e r f i ^ I e a s t
L t. B3ob
o l Wright, head of the ISI
IS P
titfoe trucks on Inte
n t e r s t a t e 84 w e r e * b f f l M3 InTwln
In
Falls.
hit by gunfire.
5 lilghway w as reopened after
“We had him all11 si
su rro u n d e d , bul
leers from th e state policc and
.'•'be . snuck out some
) m e w h e r e , " s a id
V
ne County S heriffs DepartIdaho S tate Polico ‘^
dis “ ' ^ r T r u d y
X Z searched
.
the area.
Lawls.
-‘—S ta te police dosed
ied a 22-mUe s e c -.
There
:re w ere no injuries, and tthe
he
-tio n o f th e Interstate
ate for twcTRdurs trucksB s u s ta in '^ ' undetermined
ned
.. '-a fter shots apparent
ently were fired dam age
ge in the Incident, which ooc­
c;lro m n e a r a canal bridge.
bri
Just cast curredci .about 8:30 p.m . Officials
ia is
TWIN FALLS - Here’S the
t h e c a le n r of events and meetings> tthh a t w ill
C oU ege of
ke place this week a t the Col
idaho.
S o uthem
u tl
b e g a n a s c a r c h o f th p a r e a a b o u t a n
h o u r l a t e r , W r ig h t si
s a id .
T h ^ t r u c k s s to p pp ee d a l o n g s id e th e
r o a d - a f t e r t h e ini de d e i t a n d c ont a c t c d t h e J e r o m eJ C
( o u n ty s h e r i f f ’s
o f f i c e , w h ic h c a Ulied
e
In th e I S P ,
W r ig h t s o ld .
L e w i s s a i d o f fic ia
lalls s u s p e c t e d Uie
s n i p e r w a s t h e s aunm e p e r s o n w h o
f i r e d t w o s h o t s in to
to U ie w i n d s h i d d
o f a t r u c k a t th e s a m e lo c a ti o n .
S a t u r d a y n ig h t. T hle
e a r e a w a s b e in g
s ta k e d o u t b y s ta te
t i m e o f S u n d a y 's incli
DAY
I fre e m ovie. "S W p c s," will bc
« sl
show n ot
.m . In U»e E a g le ’s N e s t ..
t u ESDAY
es
lu sic a l e n te rta in m e n t In th1C
e E
1 ag les
Mus
st will
U I p.m .
N est
v b c pro v id ed from 11 a .mn.. to
Rick
byW
c Kuhn.
ct a t noon
c CSI S tu d en t Senate will m e et
Thhe
im o f th e
th o slu d c n l confercncc room
rlor AdmlnlsU-ation BuUdlng.
/
w ill m eet
" m a s te r p re se rv e rs” c lass wil
n noon to A p .m . In Room 130
139 o f the
T rrh n u llflin g ---------------------------
.
- '^ • G L E N N S FERRY - T h e h l g h l l ^ t
the Glenns F erry am
annual C ham ber
Comm erce b a a < ^e t l1a s t w e e k w a s
^ Q i e nam ing of B ert: W
W a lk e r a s Uie
'* QutstandingCitlzenofth
itU « Y o a r.
A Jim Reed, the Glenns
n n s F e r r y sc h o o l
I^j(iq>erlntend^t, preset
e s e n te d W a lk e r
' . . ^ t h a plaque, saying,
lg , " T h i s p e r s o n
^ J i a 9 Q > e n t 3 7 y e ^ a s t; thh(e I d a h o P o w e r
.
m an In Glenns Fen:}
s n y . H e 's
-C&cUve In Boy Scouts, U
theie s c h o o l
9 n d the zoning commissi
I s s io n .”
been
b o a rd
' On receiving the aavw a r d , W ^ k e r
sald -h e bad had man’
la n y c h a n c e s to
leave Glenns F erry’..w
w h U e w o rW n g
with Idaho Power, but
Jt hh e a lw a y s w a s
glad he h ad stayed.
“ T h is
i s ;smaU com m unity is a ■good
'goc
p l a c e to
I
tolive,"hesald.
I n aaddition
d(
to Walker’s awan
irard.
c h a m b)cr
e r m em ber Al Joslyn pns
p re se n t e d se
v
several
service awards,
recipients were: B uster Tayloi
[-time Glenns F erry police^ o:
Earl MUIs, a businessman on J
„ .
f o r m e r• {aviator; Dave Skybcrg,
lo c a l btusinessman
us
and the owner o
s i ^ ' s ESlectronic;
Ic
R obert BcUiston,;
^om
c o a c h aj
and r e tir e d .. teach er, fron
rjjgfj
G le n n s F
F .erry High School; and Did
K in g , lo
c
local
businesm an
s c h o o l bo£
board memt)er.
and formei
■
N e w ccham
h
ber officers for 1984 aals(
ls o
w e r e i nitroduced
tr
a t the tuinquet. Thf
The
I n c o m inng
g president Is Bob Janousek
sck ,
th e o w nlero
e r fB a n d N T lre .
J a n o uusek
sc
said h c w ants to se<
see
G le n n s F e r r y c o m e (o u t o f Its e c o n o m i c s l u m p a n d a t t r aacc t n e w b u s in e s s e s
a n d I n d u s t r y t h a t w iii b r in g m o n e y
in to G l e n n s F e n y , iinn s t e a d o f ta k i n g it
o u t.
J a n o u s e k s a i d h e1 h a s a s k e d G le n n s
F e r r y b u s i n e s s m a n U n y H e a U i to
h e a d a n d rtM ssta b lis:
[ish U ie c h a m b e r 's
i n d u s t r i a l d e v e lo pim
m e n t c o m m itt e e ,
w h ic h w ill a t t e m p t lloo r e c r u i t b u s i n e s s a n d in d u s try .
H e a l s o s a i d t h a t hhe w o u ld l i k e to s e e
a n ' e f f e c t i v e c le a n -uupp a n d b e a u ilf ic a t lo n p r o g r o m b e g u n .
B e s i d e s J a n o u s e klie.. o t h e r o f f i c e r s
in t r o d u c e d w e r e : R o n C r o n e , f ir s t
v i c e p r e s i d e n t ; J i mn M a rte ll. s e c o n d
-v ic e p r e s i d e n t ; S a nK
d iira A ld e n . s e c r e t a r y ; a n d 'E l a n a S w e[inson,
n
treasurer.
A a w a r d w a s g;iv
iv en to o u tg o in g
c h a m b e r P re s id e n t L
Liiz G lu c h .
^
Jerom ee schoolI p a n e l bDegins w
/ O
JE R O M E —Members
;r s *
o f t h e s p e c ia l
J ero m e school commltte<
tt e e g o t d o w n to
b ra s s tacks last week.
H om er P ringle, the ccoi
o m l t t e e ’s g e n e r a l. chairm an, asked
It e d
fo r each
m em ber’s preference! in
lr c o m m itt e e
assignm ents and then
m d iv id e d th e
m em bership into three
« e s u b c o m m it*
to e£; T hese are: site sel
s e le c tio n f o r a
school, alternative
^ e |p r o p o s a l s to '
building a-new schoolI nr e q u i r i n g th e
p a ^ g e of a bond Issuee ai
a n d tiie g r o u p
working on public rel
re la tio n s a n d
com munication.
'THe publlc>rdations gn
g ro u p , P rin g le
s a id , will need to find
id aj m e a n s o f
reaching th e public to
o dc e c id e w h a t
p e o p le In
In the Jerom e Sdiool Distric
tr ic t
w a n t to
:o do to m eet tho nood foi
fo r
a d d itio nnal
a l classroom space.
.; w » uhi
(Wp
^11 probably all end up on the
"elailoris com m ittee,” Pringle
3nce w e decide on a proposal,
all
pledged to work hardI ,to’
^
lubllc approval.”
M e m btiers
er
agreed generally last
la s t
W ed n e sd
a; night th at xiny site plan
day
Jan
th e
s uibcommittee
bc
decides upon
pon
s h o u ld aiccommodate
cc
enough spaces to
to
r e s u m e kJ
kindergarten classes in th
thee
d is t r ic t,
T h e thiree
r e com m ittees will meet. at
at
t h e c o n 'M
v ^ ience of their mem bers and
md
l l v
w ill r e t u r n f o r a g[cn
e r e ra l s e s s io n o n
F e b . 8 , t o r e p o r t o n Uii
U ie ir p r o g r e s s a n d
d e a r u p a n y q u e s tlo
r th e m e m b e r s
Ions
m a y h a v e e n c o u n te nred.
x
.
O n F e b . 22, W ayn
y n e P h i llip s . U ie
s u p e r v i s o r o f s p e c ialil s e r v i c e s f o r U ie
S t a t e D e p a r t m e n t o)ff E d u c a tio n , w lll
b e in J e r o m e t o t a l k w
' iU i c o m m ltt c e
m e m b e r s a n d a n s w ei r q u e s lio n s a b o u t
c la s s ro o m n e e d s.
T h e s c h o o l b o a r d rrce c e n tl y s e le c le d
th e 2 3 - m e m b e r o v e r ai ll c o m m itt e e a n d
a s k e d t h a t b y th e A pri:
iril 9 sc h o o l b o a r d
m e e tin g , c o m m itte e m
n: e m b e r s h a v e a
r e c o m m e n d a t i o n th aQtt wlU b e a s oc c e p t a b l e a s p o s s ib l ef to
t U ie d i s t r i c t s ’
r e s id e n ts .
agenda—
O n th e a
.H e re's a'iis t of govemm
n m e n t a l m e e tings that a r e sc h ^ u le dI tto
o t a k e p la c e
tills’week in the MagicC V
\ a U e y . T h is
id v a n c e s d i e d llst'.is com piled from advi
___ ules;-The Times-News su
su g g e s ts th a t
you confirm the informaU
i a t i o n b y c a lllog tiie appropriate dd ee r k ’s ' o f fic e
befdre attending one of
if tt]h e s e m e e tings.
TODAY
T he Je ro m
■ome C o u n ty P la n n in g an d Zoning
Ion will m e et o l 7:30 p.m . a l the
Com mission
».
Counhouse.
TUESDAY
(
T he Buhl IIscschool b o a rd will m e e t a t 7 p.m
m..
on the th irdd fflilo o ro f Ju n io r high.
The T w ln
n F a lls City P la n n in g an d Zoning
ng
l§Obiti'uaries
5
v 'c T o y c e
Com m is.sion w iii m e e t al
..7 :3 0 p m .= tC « ,
IM .
W ED N E SD A Y
T h e B liss C ity Council will
w m eet a l 7 p m .
a t C ity Holl.
THURSD A Y
T h e G le n n s F e r r y City, cC™ = n w i i , . . . o . ,
‘ a l 7:30 p .m . n t C ity Hall.
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-------------------------- 1
Gular
"ing. Frieiirids
nd
m a y c a ll a t B c rg in 'ss
In Shoshone th is evening;
ycc 'B u llc rtle ld , F u n e ral OZhapcl
ia
' " ‘ otO SHO N E — Joycc
lie d a t h e r home
and T uesdloy
ay m orning.
CiUar, 59, or Shoshono. died
- P r id a y evening. foUowlnga
ig alo n g lU n ess.
•• Born Aprtl 2, la u , atit P
PocateU o, sho
- m oved to Shoahone eariy
li: h e r life and
:y In
r „ ,p , p v
:Y — D onald M c a a flin , 84. off
« o ls. She la te r , .. atteoded Shoshone school
led Su n d ay a t C a ssia M em orial1
lived la Califomla. Pendlcti
lle to n . Ore.. and
n Burley.
Twin Falls, prior to> retu
i rn in g to
" S a l 1 aa rra n g e m e n ls a r e pending
!
Sboshooe a y e a r ago.
. . . .
and will tbc a n n o u n ced b y P ay n e!
She had worked os a wait:
- altress an d cook
„ o rtu a r y oof
f1B urley.
Ci' i v i l
WEDNESDAY
A free m ovie. *'
•'Logan's Run," wUl bo
show natC p.m . InU
im o E ag le’sNcsl.
T he Buhl H igh1 {School basketball team
wUI p itv J e r o m e*,, wiUi th^ Junkir varsity
gam e sta rtin g a t 4;30andtnovnr8llygam
4.-:
o
a t 6:30 p.m . T h e cCSI
; m en'f team wlll host
Snow CoUcgcatfl:M
:30p.m. iHthcgym.
THURSDAY
TTw •’m a ste r p re
■cscrvers”
s
d ass wUl m eet
from 'noon to 4 p.n
J.m. In Room 133 of the
Vo-Tech Building..
d drug-awarcness group
, Injhe Vo-Tcch Building.
FRIDAY
FB
1T he homecoming d a n ce w ill be h e ld from
99 p1 m . to 1 n.m . a t Uw H olldoy Inn.
Admission will be C fo r sin g le s a n d 13 for
Ad
couplcs.
"SATURDAY
Tljc Idaho Polled H erefo rd show will
.begin
^ a t 9 o ,m . In U»e E x p o C e n te r. T ho sale
.“ J
s ta r ts a l lp .m .
Magic V alley F ly F is h e r m e n wUl host a
n_ycasting d in lc from 9 a .m . to 3 p .m . in the
gym .
T he CSI women’s b a s k e tb a ll te a m will
host
hos Ricks College a t 7 p .m .. a nd th e men
w iilp la y a lO p .m .In th e g y m .
will
SUT
SUNDAY
T h e CSI S tage Band will g iv e a c o n ce rt at
Tl
3 pp.i
.m . In th e Fine A rts CcnU:r.
r t blotterr ------------------
cou r
r e fUed
hc following civil cases w^en
aglstrate
; W'
week In Fifth District Magi:
Irt InTwln Falls;
m ile Joe
Edwin
D. Edwanis vs. BUll
p
omplaint
: Mary Byrum. The com]
renting
s t a t ee ss that the Byrums, whileJ rt
plaintiff.
noblie hom e from the pla
“
e negligent and careless5 by
b aclulatlng combustible mnaterial.
at
he hom e
ch
resulted In a fire fti the
"
,
rds tried
te they were gone. Edwards
lUt the (Ire out. and as aa result,
r
^
ered sm oke Inhalation, causing
ca
lam age,
sre and perm anent lung dan
iultcllam s.
lag e s of
le suit seeks: special damag
000.000;
)00; general damages of $20(
!,^ lain e
)00 in dam ages for his w ife,^
id’s dlsEdwards, for her husband’s
n h 'n iiv
ty; attorney fees; andJ court
i
attorney fees,
St.-Benedict’s Hospital of___
■*' resenting
res
Jer
• Vaun M. C
Cle m e n ts vs. E .G .
Jerome,
Is seeking $197.33. Interest
Marshall. The p la in tiff Is se e k in g
anc $100 in attorney fees.
and
• Statewide Collections Inc. vs.
$1,HOO, which he cla
cl im s Is ow ed to h im
by the defendant,
It, in te r e s t and $500 In . Donald
Dor
L. and P aula PhlUips. The
attorney fees,
plal
plalnUff,
on behalf of R ed’s Trading
Pos
• Carl Kdly,d o in g business a s
Post.
The Tlmes-News.
Louis
.Kelly Oil Co. of
ol Buhl, vs. D a v id
G ar
Garbrecht
and Drs. Shaub and
Molyneux. The pf la in tiff is s e e k in g
Em
Emerys,
is seeking $207.52. bad-check
$943 for payme:
le n t of goods a n d
cha:
charges
of $52.29 and $100 in attorney
•I ai n d $250 In a tto rn e y
fees
services, Interest
fees.
fees.
• Credit Bureau of Twin F alls Inc.
• Carl Kdly vs.
■s. K enny Lively. T h e
1
vs. Karl
Dwight and T eresa RandaU.
cing $190.44 fo r pay-'
T he
plaintiff fs seeidn
rh
e plaintiff, acting for E rn st Home
ment of goods one
md se rv ic e s. In te re st
Cenl
:^enter. Dr. Mike Dm gm an and Magic
and $250 In attome;
/ ^^li
le y Drug. Is seeking $410.10, $150 in
le y fees.
V
• Buhl Gas andd OU
( Inc. vs. N o rm an
attoi
ittomey
feeis, and
bad-check
itlff is seeking $519.35
pens
Mason. The plalnU
lenalitles.
a n d se rv ic e s,
^
•• Credit
Bureau of Twin FaUs Inc.
for payment of goods
gi
Uiterest and $250 in
In a tto rn e y fees.
'S.vs.Steven R. and Dcc HaU. The
In
G i.s Co.
v s.
pilaintlff,
lair
representing B arton's 93
• Intermountaln
5.
Chorles and EmUj
Uy J o n e s. The p la in Club
'lub in J a c k a l and Dr. EdcUe AUlson,
Kenneth W. Partin vs. John
• Kei
J h n Doe tiff seeking $808.3
3.32 fo r p ay m e n t o f
iss seeking
sc
$84. Interest, $100 in atHadley. P artinI claim
cl
a n d GGeraldine
e
s services, interestt aan d $500 in a tto rn e y
tom
e fees and b ad -^ eck penalities.
omey
Hadley, through negli
t h a t Mrs.
M
egllgent
fees,
<
• Credit
Bureau of Twin FaUs Inc.
of h er automobile, caused
ca
o p e r ation
a ti
• Dr. Richard
I S m ith vs. J e r r y
vs.
I
s. Douglas
R. Gudenau. The plalnIn which' he sust£
a n aiccldent
cc
tstained Quinton. The plain
Iff, acting
for Magic Valley Re^onal
inliff is seeking $325
tiff,
{
< - for payment of ser
s e r i olUs
u s Injuries and extensive
e dam
erv lc e s, in te re st a n d
Medi
ledical Center, the Interm ountaln
to ithe motorcycle hc was riding.
ri<
a g e to
$300 In attorney fee
ks.
Glas
a s (Co. and the Twin F alls municipal
seeking: mcdical expenses,
H e isi sc
-es, loss
• Statewide Col
lollectiohs Inc. vs.
w•ater
atei and sanitation departm ent. Is’
o f w aIges,
g e $449.31 in property dam
am age. Brace Brink J r. T-nhe plalnU ff. a c tin g
see
kl
icklng
$329.74. Interest and $110 In
00 In general damages, atto
$50,000
ttom ey for Western Alrlim
ines. is seeking $83,
a tto
n
ttomey
fees.____________________
f e e s aand
nc court costs.
interest and $100 in
!n a tto rn e y fees.
„ . ,
. Statewide Col
oUections Inc. vs.
■
C o m p li^ b y P eg g y Crandal
I
* ^aun M. Clements, doing
1. T h e plaintiff, repC enter
Jacobsen.
/o r 77J0 T/mes-Ne»s
n e s s aas
s Magic Valley Farm Cei
11. The
-.aVem Scheerer of Buhl,
>r paytiffl Is seeking $131.03 for
]
p ln ln tlf
nlerest
^of goods and services, intc
a n d S 500
W in attorney fees.
M. Clements, doingg tbusi• * ^ 'aun
au
Ccnter,
as
Magic
Valley
Farm
Cer
ness a s
intlffls
onnle Alexander. The plalntl
v s . L,om
ng
g(
s e e k in
g $1,152.25 for payment off goods
E500 In
Interest and $50(
a n d serv,lces.
se t
,
j y ia ,
a rria g e s
a n id
d d i v o r c e si
Danger S ig n a ls o f
P inched N e rv e s:
following divorccs w
lstrict.
last week in FifUi D>ist
InTwinFaUs;
The
g r a n teed
d
- S u s ain
n C. Shafer from Jerry
Ty C.
E vcrtt
S h a f e rr.. IDelores Mulligan from Ev(
Mulligan. Carol Chadd. fr
M o r ris5 J
from
imond
d Chadd,
Jam ie D. Richmc
D o n a ld
«
'e re s a
f r o m Jeffrey
Je
H. Richmond. Ten
radley
M a r i e Clawson
<
from J. - Brad
-Shaw
C la w soon,
n , and Debbie Healh-Sh
f r o m Trad
a c R. Shaw.
M edcslb. C a lif.. U o y d Ta
T anner of S a lt
L ak c C ity a n d A lmaa T ann er o f
Y erington. N e v .; a n d one
K sister. K atie
O v c rso n o fO u rle y .
following m arriage liccn
H c w as p rc c c d e d In d
ssued last week in Twin Fc
p a re n ts, tw o b ro th e rs a n d a i
T he fu h o c ^ w in b c heldI W
V td m id a y a l
“ S f ! /:
;
g_ M lchacl_Lcwin nndt ..;in
2 p .m . o t th t- ja a W e y Mc
MorT»on_SUte______
s aan d
C en ter, w llh B lsh c^ Paul
lul W oodhousc
ouzax inie
e Lay. Mark Dona Jones
/ayne
OffldaU ng. B u ria l wUi be
bc in O akley
Evelyn
Akins. Matthew Way
D aw nE
v
esse
C em etery .
C r i d e r aand
n Lori Ann Stocks, and JJcf
F tc n d s m a y call at; McCulloch’s
C h a r ie s Jam
J
es and Kristi Jo Jan e
'W jbStofherlU c.
FXtneral H o m e in Biu-Ieyy on T u esday
a ll o f T[\vln
w
ayton
Falls; Terry Lee CTayt
■ She was m a n ie d to BUI
JUI G u la r. T hey
f r o m 2 lo 8 :3 0 p .m . a n d onW>
s
W e d i^ y a n
a n d B re
n
la te r were divorced.
Ith of
renda
Lyn S c h r ^ e r , both
h o u r p rio r to th e se rv ic e .
k" - F r a n c is D aniel T anner,
— Survlvlag-are^ h e r daugl
utighler. Shirley . OAKLEY
eresa
B u h l; B<
Benny Pulgadb and Tere
f.; 1
h; e r fath e r. AI 83. of Ookley.
ey. d ie d S a tu rd a y a t the Twin
' ’.Aon GaUin of Cobb. Calif.;
Lloyd
of Wenddl: and U
o
H a n e y ,, boUi
b
/? o v E . G ib b s
c o n d H o ^ ita l.
a n d tw o sisters,
FoIIsC Ilnlcar
Buttertleld of Shoshone; anc
and Sherry A
L o w e ll Fuqua
1
Ann
V orth H ighland,
Hc w as bDora
o r A ug. 17. 1900^ln Oa)0cy. ___ TWIN FA L L S - R o y E.;. <
AIU Louise Denton of Non
Gibbs. 82. o f
T .sc h a ninc.n.
n e both of Gooding,---------lU bCTtTjrMoun-— "There-he-llvt
, Calif., and-Alnur tle e n-GUbi
WOTdcH.” d ie d 'S un d ay n rtSSrim W a T U i e
A lso ;
n
of
Dean
/\rth
u
r
Hadson
fo rm er and
nd a lso lh e c u sto d ian of
ta in Home.
Tw in F a ils C lin ic an d Hosplta
Lee
Ariz.. and Donna L
F l a c s t aiff,
ff
a c c m e te r ic s fo r m a n y years.
A graveside service w
will bc held O akley-arcaci
F u n e ra l a rr a n g e m e n ts a
of T ^ n Falls; Robert Scott
Set
Lhone Cem etery ,
Surviving? a re : fo u r b ro th ers. E ld e n
ia n d will b c a n n o u n ce d by
'••Tuesday a t 1 p.m. In Shoshor
ristic
of CasUeford and Christ
\W endell C h a p d .
ti urlev. R o ss T a n n e r of
■ WlUl B ishop WUIIam R . H a rris official* Tanner o f B
IdD
].
A n n e Thh om
o berry of Buhl; Harold
.
H u m p h rcy
r e : of Hansen and M argar
PI
______________
E . R a lpphs
h ! of Twin Falls; and Phil
rarol
A n d re w1 IH arrer of Buhl and Car
J e a n D aiv
v llso fW ^ d d l.
c ra l fo r Melvin
Twin Falls.
!s. PYiends m a y c a ll a t th e
i
HAZELTON - The funei^
chnrity,
tne u ntil noon.
C. ‘'Bud” Hilbert. 62, .of! Chino
Oi
Valley,
funeral home
Calif., and fonnerly of Ha;
H azelton. who
. TW IN F A I J J The; funeral for
K id to d a y a t 10
PAUL —- T he fu n eru i for M alcolm E .
' died Wednesday. wiU be held
K
1 aU w rine C lln c H ag a r. 33, ooffT w in F a lls.
'
- 'A
died F r id a y , will b e held
irld T uesday a l f l
' a.m . a t W hite M ortuao' In
En 'T w in F alls. . Decker. 62. ol
of P a u l, w ho died T h u rsd ay ,
’
2: p tm . a l W h ite M o rtu a ry In Twin F a lls.
V
lon C em etery.
will bc h e ld
; Burial wlU bo In Hozellon
Id ttoday a l 2 p.m . n t H an sen
U
! Friends m a y call a t the ffui
morial P a rk In
^
u n eral hom e
M ortuary In R u p c ri. B u ria l wUI bc In
I urlal will b c In S u n set Memc
T w in F a lls . F r ie n d s m ayy call a t Uic
. until 9:30 a.m .
!tcry, w ilh m ilita ry r ite s proPaul C cm elci
fu
vidcd by mem
lem tw rs of th e P a u l A m e ric an
i n eral h o m e lo d a y fro mI nnoon unlil 9
p.m
. a n d o n Tucs<lay un til (hc
Ihe tim e of th e
lends
m
a
y
c
o
ll
a
t
th
e
fu
n
eral
I
al
for
a
a
r
e
n
e
c
IX!gion,
Frieni
! GOODING — Tbe funeral fi
serv
■Is th at memolollh c s c rv lc e .
£ lcc. T h e fn m lly sug g ests
lng. who died
h o m c p rio rlo
■ L. Young. 65. of Gooding.
lo i icM ethod. rial
r co n lritiu tio n s be m niie loU
■ Tuesday. wiU bc held today i
1Ist C ^ u r c h o r a fa v o rite cliarlt
rtty.
VU.S — T he fu n eral for C ra ig
: D em aray's Gooding Chapel.
:. of Tw in F a lls , w ho died
be In Elmwood Cemetery at G
BUHL A grav e sid e' service
s
will b c held to d a y o t 3 p .m . at
for
Frank
A. M a th ew s. 03. o f Buh
White M oriua
lu a ry In T w in FaU s. B u rial
I
luhl, who died
HOLLISTER - The ffiu n eral for
will tw In Suns
FF rid a y , wlll Ix: h e ld Tuesday
unset M em o rial P a r k In Tw in
ly a t 2 p.m . In •
.....
' O iarte s LeRoy Cordier. 45.'c
IS.-of HoUlster,
Falls. F riennds
d s m a y c a ll a t lh e fu neral
W
V est E n d C e m e te ry a t Bul
lulil. F rien ds
y o u
: who died Tuesday. wUl be held
hel today a t J
bome u n til 2 jp.m . T h e fam ily su g g e sts
ii a y c a ll a t th e Hopklns-Bu
m
Buhl F uneral
In .T w ln .F o U s.. .Umt m em orial
•:jp;ra._a^W hlte Mortuary In.l
rial c o n trib u tio n s b c m a d e to
C
Chapel
In B uhl fro m 10 n.m
' B u r i a l - ^ be InSunsct Memo
:m orial P a rk In
the F iler DapI
laptist CSiurch o r a fa v o rite
li d av .
lo
“ '
DonalddMcClafVm
I
^ e F a rm F a mnlly
ll F air wiU bc held from
9 a .m .lo 4 p .m .in1tthe
i Vo-Tech Buiiding.
i' ’
S J
f^lennss Ferry nam
r
es tcop citizeen
V ^By DIANA HOOLEY
: IJm es-A teH s c o ire ^ x in
d
oadent
Vw eelsk at CSI
f e l
,
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ZsSam ^iii
rho uH iinds o f a r e a r c s id c nilJi
U IhnvF sp in e re la te d p r o b le m a
....U y fcn
„ p o n d to c h iro p r n c lic cnrc.
Thi* ia our wnyy co f '•n e o u raK in g you t o Tmd
id o«iu t if you
could bc hclp«<id b y c h iro p r a c tic c u re . I t IB
is uU
i o ou r
.h io h
S r '^
Prancis D
I aniel Tanner
H cndnchcs. D iz z in e ss,
B lurred V ision
Nock P ain . T ig h t M u s c lc s .
S p a sm s
S h o u ld er P a in . P a in
D ow n A rm s. N u m b n e s s in
H an d s
P n in B etw ecn S h o u ld c r s .
D ifficult B rc n lh in g . A b ­
do m in a l P a in s
Lowor B ack P n in . H ip P a i n .
P n in Down L^gs
|
—
h n v r n p r o b le m th a c
w ay o f a c q u a in tin g
Uiff n n d fnciliticfl,
Exnm m ii'tm n mc
ncludc.s ;i m in im u m o f 10
0 M jindnrd U-Rta f o r e v a lu a tin g
5I ow n .ibove.
"P 'np n n d ii:i tc o n to u r nn.ilyM s p h o to ns
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J a n u a r y , 1984.
C o m e and pick oul aL (
TUAuloptriitKctiuxKi
4 own his
nis own . 016-SltuaU onaWWanted
FHA. J710 .
an
A ssum e i m % FH
P a t F a w c e lt
o r full orown doo,
lUAuloantniid
tRCou
BY OWNER: 2-Bdrm, All new
Includo: . --------------------------fom®
BohofltS lm
I73.onosjc-ALITTLEDREA
..
lMAulo*lo>r«ni
' A d m in is tra tiv e
P
F ro w ould love to have a hoi
OMUnlum.(Dil.«Su»l«ii>
Ihroughoul. $38,500. Terrhs
nomo.
hospltolfzoKon
Insui
isuronco,
C loanlng-buslnoss 01
T
hl»3'bdrm
,
part
ba:
UCyel»itiupi«tl
• c ed u re
S e c tio n .,
De, avail ^ T C O o tt 5.
D ependable, hard w
______
d enial, vacations a4 iretire;)an
... opo n kilchon-dlning
; ■ ................^
— p a r tm e n t o f H o allh
ih ia n d
------------------------------Id se n d
rgasonable, 829-537?
m enf. It ‘/nforej/ed
^ 4 a now *'
OWNER; Hoaa 5 bdrrp" -3 ‘
.i." . '
ha s notural wood
!
.UiJV««»
W e lfa re . 450 W o st St
(VS
com plote resum e, list ^asi~ Experienced
aolrymon
do
HOME EQUITY LOAI
’ANS. Go ' paint |o b . Fenced
'Od yard &
on fonced I K acroa. .
mont. Will *pash for any purposo
oxporlonco. fobs 4 required
roq
S t r e e t . 9 th Flo o r, Bol
sooking ‘ ompIoymon
■
ISO. C r ^ lt
Closo to school S shi
Show ing.
S p a ...io n d ^ p ln g . *119.900. •
.. OtlWMiMiatmi
la n o l Im portanl. Short
£
salary to: Box K-55.
Id a h o 8 3 7 2 0 .............
irdable ono- T e rm s.7 3 3 - ^ e v e s .
-55. c /o
rolocato, 423-4859.
QMTovrltl tnd tr*lltr itnui“
4
This is th e otfordeb
H»Aglo«“l “ u c .........
■
long torm loans. >
i48. Twin
" ■
_ . Tlmos News. Box 548.
PU B LISH :.
M ond
looking lor.
BY OWNER; 3 bdrm. ro1UAulO(-OulU
ilanV
m
'o
beon
looki
Mon-Frl Falls, 1083301. EOE.___
nnM
direcl londoro. Coll i
IMAuloa —CMilltc
J a n u a r y '18, 23. a n d
m odeled. Nlco locatlort.
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1MAuW»-CAirtl*r'
.P P lI r ..for phono opprovol.
LIVE-IN POSITION no
iTREALTY
Fencod yd., stor, A/C, D/W.
1984.
,
iUAutu( —cn»Ttei<i
fAlLABLE
Monday • Fridoy, anc
:°n'd S
H7Ulie.t«ull
i s T e o l?
OEALERSHtPAVAlL
tt
....... .........d lsp , rotrlg.
a ssum .
or_Chfldcaro.&J)ousol
iMAuloi —OMs«
______
1. Molo-Sprlngor, 81 rm lhs
P ro-cut:- onoroy 0
;_________
loan. 148.800.733-7822 • •• .
iUAuie>-Fo>d
Ing in Sun Volley... F
in itr
iivor&whllo.
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PUBL
or
moro
C
edar
hom
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with
36
INAuloi —LIMeln-Uttcurv
6
prefotrod. For
onwtntMioAvr *
2. 3 mates, 4 fomalos, Lab
I
ow hom o.4
COLUQE
MEADOWS 2
”
^
”
‘lNC
ALL
ELECTRIC
nowh
iHAuloi-OmimeWit
IS
modlllMORTGAGE
CO..
726-8837
‘'*0
m
odols
plus
1
■
® information call 72C
bdrm . 2 both, family
imlly room .
Bodroom
condo.
New
inAuloi —PontiM
jstom
doBolso,
10378-0000.
cationsAlso
custo.
^
CnAnllQMI
NO
TICE
IS
HEREi
mAulotr-P’TX'ouin
aom 4 rocarpollng, good assum ablo
largo laundry room
REBY
3!®5®fo^alo, Ub/A lfoda
tor rosi‘
^---J---.,-;
ir<Auioi—oiM<
GIVEN th a l o n Fobrua
)ru a ry
2 months.
dw ood dock. 2 miles
mile: from
Idaho Housing loan. Call
mAulod*»Mi
i f ®
s s P i , r . s „ o lonhom
'; '
o.
023-lnve8tm efH _______
orrA*dioiTTvi«ai»r*o>
Slack & p e rso n lor yoar round
3 , 19B4 a t 11:00 A
A.h
T.F. Will consider•lato
toto m odel
734-4411.
.
.M ..
'4. Fomalo Poodio X. Dta
MOOuiin«tiol'Mie^
nd farm
investm ent In modi
. I I
onFu>nitur*«e*i»*>t
sltlon.
Good
.
W
l
om b ro w n , ly o a ro ld .
SA F E C O C rodlt C
Coi
ool Estalo
f^oblta home.
e. 01
or whal
DESPERATEI Musi sell 3
7
WE BUYPAPER.Rool
:os“ °ro^
gulred^ Write: ^ e"edarwood
da
nollta. Roloroncos
ct a
5. Fomafo eaasott. bn
n paymoni.
bdrm on Fillmore. SSOOO
p a n y . In c. will co n dju
u ct
iC3 Souifi. contracts,
deedi
lonlhs' O.uirod. Send resum eo to
w h ito . & t)lack 2 rhor
s . s i ° " 7 3 g . g _________
r '- '
down. 9Vt% loon. 734-1919. •ay. Utah m ortgaqos. w raps I
-B
p u b lic s a le o f :
,
n
320 W ost. Murray.
LEG A L N O T IC:Ee
REO
U-55. Tlmos News, PO
l e g a l n o t ic e
;^l„g
X
MEANS
CROSSBRE
68-6667
m onts. S e a so n ed orir( BRAND
BY OWNER, 2 siorv,
e4107.orCallfl01-268<l
~P
O n e U so d Fiat Al
iry. 44 M rm .
GRACIOUS counlry llvino,
548. Twin Falls. 1083303
pay all
partial
basomont,
nt, lorgo
oosy caro 3 bodroom b r l ^
——
M o d e l 161 15 ya
Sr)oltof locatod on I1 mile OFFICE
MACHINE:----- FOR LEASE: Moll rest
D E D ' ■ w T lh
e n c o u ra g o m
N O T IC E O F IffTENDEI
^S FEES,
shop, foncod back 1 y®'” ’
& bar wllh liquor lii
hom o, largo attached solar
E le v alin g
Scrapc
rap o r,
w o st road, uso tho emrf
itrance
PAIRMAN. Must dei
demonr write lor
largo garden spot, Irul'
RU LE-M AK IN G
ANI
ANO
fro m
v a rio u s in te
te rp
r .it
oroonhouso. underground
T r a c to r, s / n 13S001C
00104,
lo Sowor plant across
ss tho
stra to
compotenco
' Vi r “
a-E'E’ s s s ’. i ? " ” ' "
4 g rap e s. (40,000.734.;
734.7199.
sprinklers, doublo g a ra g f,
3 ......
N O T IC E O F HEARiNQ
g r o u p s , a now so c t
■n -(nrt a v ailable:' Contact Roa
S c r a p e r s / n 18A0001D
30104.
ro o d from KART Radio.
0.1984 aorvico. malntonanco.
mia
Metropolitan
Morigs
In
c o m p lia n c e . w
will
ilh
n a s b e e n a d d e d w hlcl
D oshler & Holley Ro,
r tuEc e r
e xcellent
locollon
B/l
O N EO FT^& nN
w ith
O og liconsos (nay now
ow bo ropair
ol oloctrlc1°e q u ip p e d
wi
Socorltlos C o.. Inc
Je
ro m e & Twin. $79,900. Call
S e c tio n
e7-5203(a)(11
i](1),
s p e c i f i c lo Specially
writers
^ ? 9 2 2 o r ovos 733-181
oloctronlc
lypowrl
5X
P urchosod at tho City Wator
W
734-0367
^
Bluo Lakos Blvd. 73
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e n c lo s e d c o b . 23.5
x 25
:
/j4-ojbr,
^ NEIGHBORHOOD
Drivo-by ov>
S h e l t e r H o m e s o?l' .J =
I d a h o C o d e , n o llc o) is
I:
[cations
FOR SALE OR IN
Closing dale for opplicot
tir e s a n d - Cummir
im in s
,
,
X “S |1
M f is io T R llL T Y .-:
MEJ^T: Midas Mulllor
b odroom s. 2 lull baths,
—
h e r e b y q lv e n th a l Ih
Ihio
324-j
r. ABC 2C1a' ll ..........................
2444M Is February 10.
b e d s o r l e s s lh a t provi
ovW e
M odel
V . 903-C-2i
^ 2 6 5 . -If n o a n s w e r .;.
055^;Bluo. Lakos BIvi
ly room , llroplaco.I. Boautllul
Boi
g4-«313 - C onlact porsonnol1 ollico
o
324^54
J d a h o • D e p a M m e n r■ o6 f
s p e c i a l s e n /ic o 9 to0 ii r
e n g in e , s / n 10659680.
0 2 5 -liu ln iclto ii _
vorslty.
C ash Mow probioms
_
yard, o u l bulldings-cloi
is-dog run.
J3rdState
Unlvor
'a re.
d e v e lo p m e n la lly
H e a lth
and
W ollare
LOST Monday Januaiy. 2
,, c
a t 1257 W. Amily Rc
:all Immo............................ ^ ^— —
Exc. torm s w/posslblo
on ISU
forcOd Iho salo. Call
I
s i b l o l e a s o -----------------------------------C ro am colorod PoodioQ 'T q.. 238-2517 for Inlormatlon.
D iv isio n o f H e a lth , ha:
has
a b i e d a n d m en tally
diatoly. Craig Nolson
option. S89.500. Immodiaio
immi
"y
B o ls o . Id ah o . T ho pP'P*
r
(P I-O utO fT ow n
rior. malo. Anawors to tho IsjijLEEO em pjoyer.. .
MB?
0 26-M u8Ic L essons
i—
I n itia te d ru le-m a k ln o aanc
nd
p o p u la tio n s .
377-0300,
20W77-04B5,
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p
sso
sslo
n
,
438-8227
l
l
P®'^‘y o ffe re d for sas a le n nm o ol ‘Troubio’. Far
Family OFFSHORE OIL JOSS- I
/.
s c h e d u le d
a h e arin
Ing.
g
T h e p u b ilc h e a rin g
384-1614, J98.000.all
III «equipGUITAR
4
£
lokonds'^*’ BY OWNER/BUILDER. Nev^.
BANJO
n34 620ovo3S w eeker
n i3 y b o In sp e c ie d pprli
rio r p o t, vary Irfondty & .%vory $14-60.000. Applications ^
ionn ,
c o n c e r n i n g - th o
p
------------3 bdrm homo In Wondell. All'
T h e p r o p o s e d aclio
LESSONS, boolnnlr
'Jill
f^Oht 4 Inventory, t$30,000
lie I:b y lovod. Lost around liih lh. Avo Ing accop tod nowl Call
h lf r t
*0
m Io
IJTY
• Oloctrlc. 10.51MHA financ^'
For lltllo
advanced. Call 734-573
u n d e r D o c k e t N umIb
bei
Ar orv
finance rosi,. Foi
er
p o s e d a c lio n will b o. h(
OPPORTUNITY
■)enls
E.
L
ocusi
&
Addison
sn
E.
luncfablo
for
diroct
m a k in g
a rran g o m en
Inc . $33,333.536-2256
4-0300
Inform ation, call 734-031
a s f o llo w s : M onday, IiK«
0204-6401, In v o lv es Ih
Iheo
Have cloan 3 biflfoom
boO
Q o noroua Rewa rdl n3-5?■5273.
(312)888-047.oxt. EtStS
w ith R ick B a rn o s (208)
(20
;r : r T „
HAVE YOU considerei
jl e s
6 th d a y of F ebruai
ll- HAGERMAN: Custom homB~
hom os available. 100%
lOO
am endm ent
of
rules
orod gotLOST: Blind "m an's rr
male PART TIME lolall salo:
344-7914.
I a cre. Extras. Appralsoa.
nancing ihrougfi Fm H A
“Son
**"0 Ihto the lawn spr
g o v o r n ln g
S holto
literi
1984, a t 9:(>0 a m . in I
lorod. dow ntow n spoclaiy sf
m o< r d o o . Bluo-oray. wisKor
B id s m a y b e w ritten
Must havo $78,000. sell $85,000. Assumr
Small payments. Must
's " T u ?
Q
e s ta te
hour
b u sin e ss?
H ere's
H o m e s . T llle 2 . C h a p3te
te rr
E a s t- C o n f e r e n c e Roc
Short
Exp
proforrod.
20
t
m
u
u
woTly.
loll
Is
ovofbjck.
Sf
o r a l. W ritten b id s mu:
very few loan.837.6402or637-6482
•
ciTnrt
c h an c e to learn J^w.
low. rwo
11—
I
good credit with very
„
'o g s . loll (rom tool wh
whito. jvook. aflornoons. S
o na
o f th o H a ll o l M irrors, 7
4. R u l e s a n d R e flulatlon
school hero in Twin
_______ ;____________
______
bills. G ross Incomo0 bet
n*h^«
h e In lh e h a n d si o< ' R ow ard. Call 536-M57. ____ ■ 'o s u m o to Bo« W-55. oono
botwoen OWNER MOTIVATED. S'
W e s t S t a t e S tre e t, in
tl
o f t h e D e p a r t m e n t ' o lr
Falls. Fob, 9 4 10,324.71
t8700 to J11.750: Call Ray bdrm , largo family roonn
SA F E C O C rodit C on
omalo rjmpO-Nowa. Box548, T.F
M.7Mi^t
o j^ H o m e i F o r S a le
c ity o f B o lso , Idah
H e a lth a n d W a lfa re . Tr hh e
LOST: Laroo yoliow lom
324-1246. ask tor Earl.
Js
Sabala. Sabala S Roy
<
oy R
Roaity.
a c ro ss Irom City ParK.
i t nl
P r'o f to' Ih
;hoko PROFESSIONAL babsl
L ab. 1. yoar old, with chc
e c t i o n Is p r o p o s e d u n d o r
T u e s d a y , th e 7th d ay
______
lo rd o lalls, 733-4321.L______
Hazelton. largo FmHA loan.
MARKETING ASSOCI
s a l o d a te o r d e liv ere3b
d 10
I
o c Fa t e s ____________________
ch ain . Also amall lom
Dmaio n o odod lo lako caro, c
t h e a u th o r i ty g r a n te d[ In
in
F e b r u a r y . 19S4, a t 1:
-----------825-5520 or Century 21.'
ling Irom MARKETING ASSOO
JOATES
nknoo
REALTORS Is moving
jiii
t h e p e r s o n c o n d u ctin
llx. 1 :h lld ron. Llghi housoko
c lin g G orm an Shophord mix.
S e c t i o n 3 9 ^ 5 , Idaho
Iho
p .m . In th e T hird (Or
M ayor Realty 734.7B35,
- 1st In- . REALTORS Is moving
ng trom
hZ ^
‘’" ' cos in tho' is
th o y o o r old. no collar. Los
ost 1 Ing & m oals prepared. Ho
C o d e , ( o r th e p u r p o sJOS
es
lo rstato Bank Building
1
F lo o r C o n f e r e n c e R mSJt
oo
Ingtoour
Its olflc es In the 1:1st InIOA. REDUCED t l 0,000
10, S3 '& salary nogotlat>lo. Si
com m m oncem oni
cof m llo South of Hwy 30.
. g;
now building at 1&
12B 2nd lorstato Sank Building
or
I m p le m e n tin g
Ih
lh e
o r th e S t a t e O ffice Bull
lro. noor-now br. ram bler, 4
it e
Ju n c tio n . Ploaso call111 if ro sum o to Rt. 3 Box■
b id d in g a t th e s a le ssite
S tre e t East.- Norm) ol
ol Iho now building at 126
p r o v is io n s o f S e c llo
ion
n
In g , 1 1 1 8 " F " S tro o'[•
t,
b dr.. 144 balh. gor,. $85.06d,
___
T w lnFalls. ID 833Qt,
:o rn : «gtiild3gM543. _________
S A F E C O C re d it Corr
ol
the
W
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on.
No
chango
In
P
n
Phono
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troot
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ast.
North
0
39-3301 th r o u g h 3 9 ^ 009,
9,
t h e c i t y o f Low lsloi
O akley, Assumpl. w /term s,
RESUMES
th o STRAYED Irom East Falls
F«
^*TTy. Inc. r e s e rv e s thi
X.________Bon. No c hango in IFPhono
num bers o r P.O. Box.
I d a h o C o d e , e ffe c tiv e a s
Id a h o ; a n d T h u rsd a y , tti
801-255-5500
C)
' Avo-2
tomalo
Brills
litany
Elfoctlve Monday, January
Jar
rig h t to r e f u s e an y bid.
n u m b o rso rP .O . Box.
s o o n a s p o s s ib l e .
9 th d a y o f . F e b r u a r
Olue
Professionally wrltlon
■l l Sponiot dogs. 1 with ot
10"
30th. 1984. ■__________
______ ___Elloctlvo Monday. Ja
januo/y
SUPERIOR INTERlOf
F o r m o r e In lorm allon
collof & 1 with tjtack colt
oitor.
Taltorod to your needs,
I1984, a t 1 0 :00 a .m ., In' ,'1^®
lh
;Riow ,^
.0 3 2 - B u h W te r Homes
__________ Lovely H ome eomotflicl
;j
_ T h e fo llo w in g I s a de«
c o n ta c t Rick B a rn o 'J
s ° a" ;
pm______.-Conlfdontlai -reasonabl
L e^-j : h I r d . ( 3 r d ) _ E l o o r - ( i o n?l!ef .^ T ~ S A F E C O - C r o d lt- C ■
tfocoratodT i new luxui
o m l - 5 f f i i y M 2 5 3 i S £ t a—:
s“ c f r i ^ " N E w 'r ^ B i j R R r i i i roloctrlc
a
s c r i p tlv e s m n m a r y o f th
om
luxurious
„
.y, I. J 'i ,
C hristine, 678-2277.
In.
o n c e R o o m of H oalt
Daihs. 2 carpollng ovorywhero
L-----Hon. S46,000- S25000 ddown,
homo on 1 acro . 2 bai
s u b s t a n c e o f tn e In(hero. 3
033-Klmber1y-Han8en
Tll',
p a n y . In c .. 1408 W. Sjlato
tati
004-SpeelalNolices
SALES: 75 yr. old Compai
a s Can
b edro om s. 2 balhs, 4 1
>pany.
a c o Realty 733-S217.
a n d W e lf a r e , R e g io n^ \y
family room s + oxiras
te r r d « » a c l l o n 'a n d o f th'P.
e
S t r e e t ,B o ise,
ldah<
----n o o d s Maturo reliable pi
lamily room . Full baser
______
734-5147,
_______
o r f l c e , 150 ^io rlh 3 rd.
I
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i
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Issu e s
In? • , 8 3 7 0 2 . P h o n e (208) 344
y s
—
-------& lorgo double garaoo
"
I h e c ity o l P o calellc
C
an
holp
you.
Tobscc
7914,winterization. 2.500 SF. vlow
Ihls 4 m oro • only
.
w o lgh i. impotoncy. stro:
Idaho.
The
h o arin
WARNINGI1
'0»3- ovo n lnga 734-7851.
THE PRICE IS RIGI0 ' South Hiils, Asking
'" 0
P U B L I S H :.
S u n do*y.
ay
□H i
Evoryono will tike this
7 t» e 1977 R u le s and
C all anytlmo- 324-7?81,
^d
8 ite ( s ) w ill b e a c c e s s ib li
T he
Times-News
'0- t47.505-Spotlo8s3bdrm
ien
»8.500. Bv Owner, call 4 2?
rmfamd o n ’t toko o chanco.
■5—
T ho Twin FoUs School' D
' “ '®
Ja n u ary
29
th ro u g f
R e g u la tio n s f o r S h e lte0'^
r
Jf'-**
com m ends mat you
T ho Amorlcan Lofllon Pc
to th e .p h y s ic a lly dls
you in- |,y hom o noar Sawtooth
ice. Call
52gtB fter4pm .302 G em D r..
>th. full
lodoyl
Irict 1411 wllf be occoptl
for
F eb ru ary
2,
H o m e s In Id a h o a r e be'*
41 a n d Ladlos Auxiliary wl;
0- a b ie d . I n te r p r e te r s fo
Klniberlv.
m ,nlco
_____
? rn i.u . basom ont. lamily room,
to thank all Wondell bu:
In g
u p d a te d a n d uptunllios. loncod backyarcf. T86.
Pp e rso n s
w lfh h o arln
___________
____
r l ^i
:„ „ „ ,„ _ _ H A M L E n .R E A L
__
_ n o s3o s, Loglon mombors.
---------g r a d e d - t o - c u r r a n t l y o cC:—
r_ Im p a lrm o n ts-a n d -b ra llle <
rs. 4 . . S u c c o sslu l appllcants-mx
•A L W --— O S ^ e r o m e H om es— --- ------------ --'O
A uxiliary lor donations and
ar
'a '
(a y o a ra o lH o n o a tS e rv
por-on subdivision, quiot aroa,
c e p te d
n a tio n a l sta nn-havo:
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doing b u siness out ot a
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with b ^ '
t e c h n ic a l a n d s u b s ia nn-p a l r m e n t s c a n b e p ro
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r-,iort
su g g e st you cor
siding:
Davo H am lott......... 733consulf llroplaco.
siool
sK
733^00 bdrm home w /gorago. Low
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H O LD A HEARING
tlv e .
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ra ed
y our own altornoy. _ _
v ld e d u p o n fivo d aI '?
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in to re sl assum able loan;'
assum ablo FHA or try IHA,
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N o lic e is h e re b y given
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lh e Bettor B usiness Bun
changes
In clu do:
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n o tic e .
For
a rr a n g e
o xc Invostmenl. 324-2792. *'
w .
Bureau, |« ,9 o (M bdrm . 2 llropla
places,
tra d e s 4 malntenanco0 ot
t h a t Ih e D o partm o n t of
Idaho
Consum
er
Altair:
s p ie c llic lly In c o n te n t of
rairs 01 .|oia q | oioraflo. lull b
00&>MemortaJ Notices
3f
m o n ts . c o n la c t th o H
un-" '
- - r! UNIQUE 3.600 SF 3 bdrm , 2
larg o buildings.
4 bdrm brick home on
H e a lth
and
W ellaro.
,re.
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a s k for a froo pamphlet
a g re e m e n ts
b e tw e e nn
not and mont. 8% loan. T74.
^onlaSun- tjath homo. 2 oxiras bdrms
d e j s l g n b d a t (208) 334— '■ ' {3 .f Al toast 3 yoars expo
rise Blvd, N. A/C.
ip o f;
information Irom tho
S t a l e o f Id o h o . p r o p o s e s
. S h e l t e r H o m e o p e ra to r s
.'“"’"Y In full baml. 2 firoplacos,
o n c o in tho Supervision
room, llroplaco. lols
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su m e r
Ito
siorage, Boautlful-'yari
ROBERTJONE
W e a t h e r I 2 a 1 10 n
to .5 0 0 . 324-3455, _ _ _
forably Ino School Dlstrici.
W e lf a r e O ff ic e s w h o n
.
p a tlo - a r o a . U300-yara
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h e a r in g { s ) , a n y p o rso n
l.C- . P rotection XHvlsion. St;
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LowREALTY
Tho succosslul applicai
a ssu m o loan. Call 734-1
H a a lth . and
W ella ro0
icanl
h o u s e . Bolso. Idaho 85;
c a n r e v ie w th e p ro p o s;°[J
ed
ALCOHOLICS
grf
In co m e
P e rso n s.
will bo rosponslblo , | t<
(M t-R e alE itW liitiK l _
o r 733-9043 ovonjrij]8
7 3 K M M o r 5 4 M 2222
2
c lie n ts a re a c c e p te d at a
S
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a d m in istra tiv e
nior cio an iin o ss and safety. 11
BOARD 4 ROOM loc s'onio
s e r v a tlo n a n d P ro d u c tioo"n
n
c a f lo n
ol
m e d ica tio n
f^lly eluding school grounds ’and
an
o lf lc e s o f th o D epartla d y o r gentlem an. Famll
A c t. P .L . 94-385. 90 S ta te .
buildings. This position n
d is t r ib u t io n
s y s te m si;;
sly lo m eols. Ask lor Don1 or
o
m e n t. C o p i o s of tho
1 1 2 5 e t. s e q .
- q u ires th e suporvislng. tri
c la r if ic a tio n
ol
n u rsee
H o to n o J J 4 f « 3 ___
p r o p o s o d ru lo s will D®
bo
T h e fo llo w in g subject.*?
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I n v o lv e m e n t
at
lhe.
0.
m ado
a v a ila b lo
uponFARMERS. TAKE A VACA
_ porform onco ol approx
,/'■a n d I s s u e s a re Involved: .
S r r e i te r
H o m o s:i;
TION NOWI-Wlll do ehorei
w rllto n r e q u e s t sp o c ily
1'^® m atoly forly-livo custodian
N u m b e r, lo c ailo n a n*^d
d
a n d /o r form & houso'sllllng
s p e c if ic ity
re g a rd in g0
in g th o d o c k o l n u m b o r
and
malntonanco
stall
itafl.
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c o s t s o l h o u sin g lo b e
I n su re d & tjondod. Emoig
24*hour
su p e rv isio n i;;
c ito d a b o v o a n d a l a rale
------------ -----ivod
as
lo o . R o m ack's 73<-7750 ” 0' Applications will bo rocoivoi
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o f to n c e n t s (10c) p e r
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to p e rio r m w o alh o rlzah 'e lto r H o m e r e s ld e n ls ;; p a g e . C h o c k s m u st ac-y
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s p e c if ic ity re g a rd in g ros10
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com pany
th o r e q u e s i
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p e rso n s
w ith priority
ly
A Pro b lo m Is not a problon
om For lurlhor Inloifflatlon an<
id d n t c h a r g e s , linancial1 a n d b o m a d o p ay ab lo lo
and
C
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e x t e n d e d 16 th o o ldoriy
illft applications conlact:
ly
w h o n sharod. Monlal Hcalir,
r e c o r d s , a n d tr u s t a c •­
th o
D e p a rtm e n i
of
}[Association, gpm to 7am,__ Twin Falls School Distric
a n d h a n d ic a p p e d ro sitrict
V * /y
c o u n ts ;
e x p a n s io n olI
H e a lth a n d W o llaro lor
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R e s i d e n t s ’ R ig h ts.
I h c a m o u n t o isa .4 0 .
lain
s h o p o s an d sizos-Famliics P o rsonnol Director, 201 Mair
C o p io s o f Iho p ro0 -­
Jl,. Avonuo Wost, Twin Falls,
Ills.
Oo to o l O ne ol Idaho's wallp o s e d S ta le P lan m ay b)0
e
0,
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Ing chlldron noods you to Idaho83301orcalim -6900.
o b ta in e d by w riting to
1^. An Affirmative Acllon/Equai
jual
It
o lfo r a riomo & lovlno Quidth o S l a te E co n o m ic O p­
P*
a n c o . Bocomo a lostcr Q
or, O pportunity Employo^.____
p o r tu n ity O llic o . S tato sd o p llv o parohl. For moro
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no u se.
B o iso .
Idaho
10
Inform ation
contoct Pat
’at 50
PEOPLE TO LOSE
)SE
^
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83720.
C u rfls. Dopt. ol Health &
* w e iG H T a EARN MONEY
W o ltaro . 734-4000.
I n to r o s io d
p o r s o nIS
s
42>_5692_____ _
m a y p r e s e n t th o lr viow s.
s.
LAWSHOP
d a t a a n d c o m m e n ts In
in
U n co n lo sto d divorccs. S75.
15.
-------^-----------------------------w ritin g to Ih ls o ffice o n
B an k ru p tcy and corpoiailon.
0 0 8 -& Ies_P M ple
5.
SSO. Wilts. UO. otc. Mail
o r b e io r o F e b ru a ry 15.
O M P O S E Y O U R O W 'N
N V A L E N T I N E M E S3 SS / A G E , , .
o rd o r avallabto. Call 336.
1984.
16- BARTERBANK OF Am'eRICA
0732, B olso.
- .• (tm) I3 now socking oxpori
S E A S Y T O D O I!!
. A Pu b lic H e a rin g o nr^
Al MUST BE RECEIVED BV FEB, 10.1»«4
ADS
10.1
oncod sa lo s porsonnol. Call
:all
PREGNANCY HOTIJNE '’
th o p r o p o s o d S la te Plann
]|j 734.9920.
__________
w iil b o h e ld F e b ru a ry 15.
5.
. Enctoicuf Plcftic Find
nd My Spoblal P repaid , . ,
CLIP
■ 1984 a t 7:00 p .m . In th e
C A R E E R SALES "
2F0R f
■
ANO
• '
E a s t C o n le r e n c e R ooms . '
V a l e n t i n et L
: o v e L in e !
„
OPPO RTU NfTY
iA Buy I pair of oxtondcd woar
MAIL
o l th o H all o l M irrors, 700
■ • - 'C O M P O S E Your 0»
□wn M e tia g e Below
^
Tho Lowor Agoncy, inc., a
VOUR
y e w ,.,
c o n ta c t lonsoa-Gel-second
5 je c ts
W . S t a l e . B o ise . Idah o .
M arketer ol quality group
----------- •
Love
gpL
D a te d th is 24 d a y ol
1, Oonofit Plan s to succossluT
_
^ lu o L akos Coni.ici Lens
_______ I
L in o
'
■’ indop o n dont business, peo­
J a n u a r y . 1984.
50U*
Clinic. Btuo Lako!i Mall,
ple. o n a. dlrcct sponsored
Od .
-----JO H N L. CHAMBERLIN
734<4M
t>aoi5 Is.IooM no lor thoso
so ,
•
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S E O O S u p o rv iso r
■ rato prolossional who lako
ko
ALL
,
Id ah o
D o p artm o n t o f ,
prido In thoir salos and or_______ I
AOS
H e a lth & W o llaro
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NAME
.................................................
3 g a n l/atlonal talents, but tiro
Iro
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MUST
S t a te E co n o m ic O ppor- ^ P S e l e c t e d oH ers
ol c o n stan t pfopspocting,
BE
g
•
ig,
tJ
AOt
ADDRESS ........... ...............................
tu n lly O f f ic e
■ Ideally, wo sook licensed
od
........ .................................
" S t a te h o u s e
Lilo a n d Hoallh Agonta wltn
Ith
cit
tl
007—J o b s o lln teresi
1 to 2 years successful in­
B o ls o . Id ah o 83720
m* ^ ^ 5 0
MESSAGES PUBLISHED
ED FEBRUARY 14. I9S4
suran c o oxporlenco.
CHmOF^ACTTC
­
R eq uires ovornlQht travel In
f—
J o h n L . C h a m b o rlin o ,
!t a n t ; will holp ' aIns sis
allI Idaho.
J3000
monlhly
/ iJ S M
S u p o r v is o r
,to ch nical procoduroa. bloodI a d v an ce -f bonus. Exc op­
S t a t e E c o n o m ic
p, ro ssu ro lOadinQs, pationi
portunity lor advancoment.
O p p o rtu n ity O llic o
cco n tro l In clinic. Must havo
C onU ctV .P. Morlietlna '
tran
I
sp ortallon . Hra. <>-€. M-F,
(800)821-7711
Addlllanol
io1 Mordt et 3 S ' •ach
typod rosumo ationP U B L IS H :
M on d ay ., Sonrt
£
M onday. Jonuory 30 & .
Ollico Supv, Fo<
T u esd ay . Jonuary 31. from
J a n u a r y . 30 a n d F rid ay . llon:
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rilro
p
raclflc
Clinic,
Rt.
3,
fr-4
to arrango an Interview.
F e b r u a r y , 3,1 9 8 4.
^
M A IL CH ECK
:K O R B R IN G A D T O
^ ^odr^ldflO jTF NoCjills.
City o l ’o J h l is now acc'cp't(H5—Babysitters
Ing applications tor rho
c C H R lsf ia n ’d a y c a r e .
^ ^ A n n o u n c e i n e n t s ppoaftion of Chtot of Po|ico. aA”bgos
• 2-8.
walk
Ins
X J 3 2 3rd St. W o n . T w in Foil*'
I( « H ours: 8-5:30 • P h o n v : 739-1
A ppllcallons aro avallablo at
~
tt City Hall. 203 Oroadway woJcqmq-St hour. 734-3238.
tho
Buhl. Idaho S3316. Applica­ Any a g o . Anyt'lmo. but Fri,
n ig h ts 4 during day Sal.
tio n s will b o accoplod unlll
0 0 2 - L o s ti Found
t^
C L A S S IF IE D A D
_ p r o p -ln s .w c lc o m e J i ! U 3 l < ^
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B
Is a n 0 0 0 . and doos not
BA&y SITTING In my homo.
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dlscrlm in o io on tho basis ol
7 da y s a wook, day or nloni.
"l
h a n dlca o status.
M porduv..733-84U
C lassiff
iffie d in d e ^
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r needed,
: S e ll t h e m w i t h a fa s t- a c t i n g c l ai s s i i i e d a d .
; A n a d i n t h e c la s s i; f i e d c o l u min s w ill p u t
y o u i n t o iu c h w i t h
m a n y p e oo; p l e — o n e
: of w h o m m
DQay b e i n
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KITCHENETTES
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rooms. Phor
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5E0R
APARTMENT? Call Oulllcr
Illers.__________ ___
733-204<J.----LOW HEAT co st lor ih
this
lT l
bdrm wllft Washor & dryo
dryor,
c lo se 10 tow n, sorry no pov
$165 + $50 d ep . 734-2623.
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NEED A PLACE TO LIVE
LIVE?
/
Studios. 1. 2. 4 3 bdnn.1, Call
Cj
#
H om es Fo r Ront 734-1333.
^
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heal,
I
160
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9
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067-Mlscellaneous
18
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067-M iscenan«u3
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bOUBLE FOUR HERRINQ
^ BAYWOOO, 2 bdTIT
•m. all
bod. ha s
FRANKLIN Siovoe S150:
SI
FOR SALE, twin bo
BONE on Q acros. 130 cow:
4 IBM Eloci typewriter. $175; '
.ow s
0 oc. w /w oodstovo. imm
mmac«ers, $75,
1948 Poniiac Silvor
:
m allross 4 Iwo drawe
Includod. OutstandlnaJ 4
ver Siroak
Adlor e lec t lypowrilor. $150:
y late. noar Jero m o . ^ $5
Also
selling
sowing
$800/bnst. 543-4B1S,
M rm hom #.
1®;,_____
___Sunboam
coplor. 733-5217.
32*^1
m achine, $35, Call 734
OOTSTANDINQ 29 •Rm
a cn
^
morn back
'
Full'lo n g lti NDiinorri
M H
X
com outofiiod dairy. 175 loi
HART170 skis wllh bir
bindings
M uskrat coal. Mint
^ini condl.
O77- .R a d lo .T V 4 St0reo
broducino cows Inetudoa
= dl^
^
----polos. t>oois. 7Vi,
,, noSor
tlon. $500. 875-5043
Buy tho cow s & Iho owno
«nor
g y R e n ta ls
rnjTiNP” n COLOR Televisions, Used.
X
usod. $125: PHAFF 13
130
sow-GIVE
YOUR
VALENT
- ------- Wltlcar/y Iho bolnncQ.
^(nii
largo aoloclion. From $99,95,
/
Ino m achlno wlin cablnol.
ci
• boautilul Mink Stoll,
Stoll, $500.
yy, 4 Appllanco. 420
VERY GOOO. 40 ocros
:res. .
~
Sl?5.Call324-e460. _______, • Call734-64&t,
grade "A " dol™. doublo (
_____ • _ fcUln S .T w ln .
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horrlng bono. 125 cowa.'j 16(
jo
0 5 0 -fiirtililie ilH o u a w
fta ■
MTNTrDVEo' MusTrar
skrai Coat, Mannovox color TV for sale ;
S3
073~Sewlng& Crafts
Vsndonborg lockups, 1S0(
., .. .
3120 14 Short 5'3"" or undor $tOO in goo d condition. Cali
C loan 1 bdrm. all oleclr
pal. lank, oxc. A bodroom
$100.
cvnnlnns
733-5911
3-5916.
733-9507
__________________
nos
S om o utllillos. $195. 1 01 2
homo * 2 mobiio homos.
A
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1
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HP Jolm RENT A NEW TVI Own a now .
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p o o p lo .734. ^ _________
CallJIm Paulaon S43-4S30.)
Dooro snow plow/b
ow/blowor. colorT V by roniing, N ocred- •
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COMPLETELY FURNISHI
Excoll. cond, $750. n<73<-B847 ilore c h ocked, 204 Main Ave. •
BARNESREALTY
3 bdrm, foncod yard, cc
koo unll N. CAINS-733-7111.
.
♦
REFRIGERATED koo
mnth.
Small a p t sh aro showor,
ulFii
tTu
I
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a ro d ballo. $397 por monl
u
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r
n
wim
ig,
cylinder,
SIR
, $150. 423- USED
COLORED TVS. '
paid. $105. 733-2513,
:
C4ll73»a227
__
Call7&-2121 or 734-2196. ___
4017afior6;30pm.___
___ ____ __QuarAnieod 4 rocondltlonod. jxn_.l.__________ \ .
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FOR SALE BY OWNER: 160
(jryer
Sullablo lo r 1 nlcelyJuxn..
Furn 3-Bdriii w ash er dry
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ELECTRICniC’
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—
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Bdr daylight bsmt apl.ln not
acro s wllh 2 homes. Call
h ookup $225 por m onth
\j
w aloror $100; Open
on ti<
tiofld 55 Blackor a ppliance 733-1604
:
hom e. AM utll IncludodI $250
$22
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Ejlz abeih S l. 3 2 6 ^ 2 .
to c n
barrels wllld
wllida 4 VIDEO TAPE your special
ASSOCUTES
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3 b d r m HOUSE o n "CCiui. " * $100 d o p . 734-5819.
PO D 9
c lo su ro s $8/oach;1; 5 (oai Gl occa sio n s, sporting events, ;
Qoaii
11 Kltch A pis cablo TV. cor
REALTORS is moving from
rom
d p - s a c - $300 .«■ $150 dopoa
^ 2 -a
- w ater cans $3/oach:
ach: Com- B ands, in surance Tnvoniory
vonlont loc, $45-$55 wk. 1201
IM
\ / ■
lls officos In tho fst In*
In- . 733-8777.
____________
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m orcialOll-llrod walor
walor hoal- ol y our porsonai treasures. •
t __
V
—
KImborly Road. 733-6284.
torslalo Bank Bulldlno lo our
A \
or. now . $600. 733-0592.
0592.
Training film s lor youf buslnow bufldlrto at 12S 2ixl
*150. P-». 2 bdrm. pani
oaniy
2n d ’
O St-U nfum . H o u ses
MACHINE, fiooa- you na m e II and INI pul I
r\
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SINGER
SEWING
MAC
StTMt E u t . North ol Ihe
-----lurnlahod, rolrlg & stovo
lovo,
1 - '? ^ ^
1*0 1model '' O'' ''*<loo tape for you. ■
^
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In
c
abinet,
deluxe
ono
A
CUTE
2
bdrm
no
Bon. No chango In Phono
noar
carpoi, d ra p e s, largo loncoi
incod
^
X
R e asonable raios, 734-7002, "
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$
100.
Call
324-4716.
Lynwood, Walor. yard cai
num bers or P.O. Box.
yard. 168 & 190 Camoy
rnoy.
,
,„.y
provided. Rols, no p o ls.. *270
$2; . E v a n s ^ ^ ^ R r^ n y Manage
1 \ iS
THE LARGEST solocil
JiwiToTSi S " .
^ WHITE TV :
Efiocllvo Monday. January
«floirc- diess"
M otorola,
w /cart.
Now
$100 dOP. 734-6336.
XjjM
unfinished fiirnllurcc
30lh.198<._______________
ols (chalfs
C ains Cloaranco I
I
o
rs,
rockers,
slools,
A
NICE
3
BDRM
H
omo.
0(
104 Acroa NE of Jerom e.
" C o u l d n 't I ju st c a r r y m y‘lu n ch
Tlio Maiy C ontor, 733-7111,__________ ■
h in a n old b r o v / n
\
and roll top desks,, Tno
^ 0 » ‘- « 7 5 + doposlt. Rol^B
Nodhsldo canal wotor.^ 22
\ T
Carlor C o rn e r./33-3«93
^«93,21l6 _____ ____________________
Im.
o n c o s roaulrod. 734-5514.
hom os w/vory good Imp a p e r bag?"
\
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Fourih Avo, E..Twln
In Fai
Falls.
------- ------------------------------- •
provomonls. Good farm
>rm
ATTRACTIVE Largo 2 bdrn • 0 5 4-U nfum .A pts.
11. picture
078— Fufn. & C aipets
TV to st oqulpmonl.
pl
ground. Can bo spilt into
o 2
siowo- rolrlg. garag o ,, «ati
& Duplexes
tubo toolen color (urg
parcels, each wllh a home.
n o.
ulllllios paid. No smoKors c
‘x
a l l WOOD CHEST, desk ^
A Oaautllul 3-Bdrm, MMH
ator. B 4 K analysi,4to:
Wfced • lo
sell
now.
____________
,
a
lost
Jig,
w
/p o n c h 4 nighlsland $99. •
-—
llroplaco.
carport
120:
054-Unfum.Apts.
733.9444.
Northwoil Professional RoQ58-Off)ce R e n ta ls
Q54-^Unfum.
Apts.
■loAVAILABLE: 2 bdrm homo
----------B
anner.
733-14^1.____________
__T
E vergroon $350 734-9075.
airv,a2<-7SlB_____________
-W IPE RAGS for many I
”
Duplexes
_
from $235-$300 m onlh + d(
___
___ 4 Duplexes______
ANTIQUE T A B U 4 8 chairs. *
. AII 'A le ct Duplex, Garagcr
C h e ap o r than papoi
loi
40 ACRES wilh small 3 t)drm
Irm
po a ll. Call 734-97t.6._______
PniME“ OFFICES. Addison
Ad(
.r r ^
0 lowois,
w /c u ,fo t, g o o d condillon. .
vork^ S p a c io u s 2-Bdrm Apt. Roi
^ o l4
2 bdrm 'D U PLEX clo—
so —
appi., 2 ba lh . Rotlrod-work
W
-SOt/lb. 734-B412Clali
hom o. 'fi% loan, 40 Iruli
Iiom/ I
1 \
tj
ah“.. i 2
E.
a c r o s ss
full
CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN21!-------- Reg. $640,M. Now $499.99,
•
Mis. slovo. a ll util p d . $350 + Si
SIOO Lynwood Centor. Adi
VN-z
Ing c ouplo prol. No pols
Irdes, 40 sh a re s T.F. waier.
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A lbertson's. A m ple parking.
par
Y
' 400’ o l chain IlnK lenco,
lene 6 . Cains C learance Cenler. •
Of.
b d rm . gas hoal. w ood hoai
^
d
ep
.,R
e
al
n
ic
e
733^95,
___
prolorrod,
no
poto.
(
$
3
k
-.dS
p.7g3-606l
By owner. $120,000.423-S7M. • o r. dog run a liach o d t
500 or 600 s q . It.. Phono
Pi
I
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high wllh Iwo 12' gates
gati 4 733-7111._________________ __:
pi»>,
733.6033 alior 6pm.
drm.'- Vory n ic o 2 btfun-dupK
SIM .— ATTRACTIVE U rgo 2 bdrm,
_____
Doshior 4 H oitoy. Real
^eailoiS;__• _
k __ \
p o sis: two 120,000 blu
o a ra g o . $275 m ontb 4- $10
sit
c
a
rp
o
to
d
.
d
ra
p
e
s,
Mtch
M-lnnn*
BEDROOM
SETall
wood,
'
chon
"
2
BDRM
OUPLEX.-FlniSf
Slovo- rofrig. garago. al'
llShed
•734.2922 --------h e alo rs: KindlinB,'24" 1
CO a-A cfM oeA Lots
d o p o sil. Call 733-2650.
port,
basem onl, $225.1617 7ift
/
M 1?.„°H
d re s s e r . 5 drawer .
rso01r oppI-- w /d h ookup, carpo
—
ulilillos pa id . No smoKors
lg *
num e ro u s amount of
l'’ Avo
PRIVATE OFFICE with
COMPLETELY Unlurnlshod
w ator 8, san lla tlo n lumlsnc
Ihod.
E asl. 733.1146 ovos.
C h e st, full s li e box 4 mat- ■
BEAUTIFUL Rock Crook
»od^
POIS. 7 3 i ^ 7 . ___________
<^55)
lum ber: 20 socilonsj oof's 1,(/.«!
;------coplionist
&
answi
isworing
hy
lorgo cloan. 1 bdrm . ga:
'c
o
l
tre
s
s.
with
bookcaso
:
—
w est o l C .S .I.. n o pois. $3
Canyon 2Vi o r S acros. by
2
BORM
Four
Plox.
NE
to
acalfel 4 casiers. 733-<7: . head b o a rd
; locasorvlco. $200 m onth.
th. Call
' •.■.•fl:
t\
h o o t. No pots, cloaning de
& footboard- '
ow ner. 734.2445.
lablo
Ilon. kitchon, applianc<
ATTRACTIVE 2 bodroom m o.-t-$i25 d o p . Availat
m =o;.
ally 733'.Ktt; .+:j ( ^ ! i |
—,
^ ^o ^ t^o u p lo prolorrod. Col
$177. B anner. 733-1421.
iSin
C all 733-9587
___
o /c
laundry
focilltli
"SACRIFICE will soli im.
Apl. C loso to Oown lown
OSB-Computers _________BUNK BEOS $49. Banner, •
Carpot. drapos. $230 ■
m(
proved lo ls 40% .50% boiow
—
aroa: Now carpoi & new
now XTRA LG. 1 Bdrm. $175 mo.,
+* <
doPfivaio ofllco with rocopro
’•k ’fi.'; 4 v \
y f lH iV
COUNTRY HOME. 4 bdrm. I2
unci
1 Vl YR old IBM displav
;
laywwriter 733-1421.__________________
ay In posil. 733-5151.
nos, atovo. Irio. N ear Saloway
appraisal. 423-4441 anvtimo? *
paint.
earthionoj.
snal loc,
- T .lk .:K \ "M iiiiiii
lionlst. Exc profossionai
T„
b o th . A/C. oil hoal. 2<a.
tr
sy ste m & prinlor. im.
$6000 In- CASH
lor
good
u se d . •
$24S/month, appllancosI In.
In­ T.F. 326-5373 ovoa_______
2.4 ACRES closo 10 Twin
____
ample parking, answo
swoiing
S Bm
garo g o . much moro. $375+
e lu d e s all oiner oq
oqulp- lurniluro and appiiancos.
'S-^
cludod. Call Ron Rovf at 1 o r 2 b d rm s. a p is . Elocirli
wllh a vory nice 3 bdrm.•'2
sonrlco. cop lo r 4 llmllod
Ilm
;2
‘
$100dopo3il.326-4236.
■
m e n i/su p p iles lor the
733-4321. •_____________
'i'o
Bannor. 733-1421.__________
•
__
ly p a id . 310 6ih Avo. '■'^n I!
057-M oblleH otnB
bath homo. 40x65 newer
socrolarlai sorvlco availa
irallablo,
/
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IM
E
play wriler. Call 536-2741
:o.
CUTE 1 BDRM HOUSE for
foi
i-274t bo- »-c"OLfCH & m alchlng chair.
ahop bldg wllh furnace.
ATTRACTIVE 2 bdrm apt.
opt- 7 ^ 9 0 o r^ _ 4 .Q 3 1 4 _
734-5600. 9.5 Mon-Fri
■
tw een 1 4 5.
4)11 ro n i, atovo & rolrig, •■J;
im'
• corrals, olc. *70,000. Call
Gas Jioat, carpotod. W/O
■V/0 I ^ D r m a p t ofl Shoshof
ionb
______________________
^ $75. K itchon table 4 chaira,
733-4316 ovos 4 wookond
onds.
I
I \
/J S
jIn
m odlalo occupancy. $17{
Karokl 73M071 o r Main
(1/9
hookup, llnishod basomoni.
onl. Stroot. $175 + doposil. &
$20, Double -bed. $50..
-I-$75 deposit. 733-7568 __
B
069-Camera Equip._____ __ 733-1495 alterS P M _________
W aa tfltt* H y m < 6SS.
OSe-OfflcoRonlals
$250 plu s $75 doposil. 1222 733-1944 M on.Frl. 6:30-5:00,
~
06»-Cof)dom lniunis
iii 'C U T E 2 Bdrm w /lrpl. & appi.,
ipt„
Addison Avo. E.7fe-7S78 __
7 Acros lull walor righl.
1.2 o r 3 bdrm , apis,, uU’’;
BRONICA ETRS, waist
list lilovol FIVE PIECE Oinelte. $99.'
DESIGN YOUR OWN olll
u. g d a hoal. $265 * $125 dop.
South of Jorom o. Call 324lop.
BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOUSEI
ISEI lu rn ish o d . 'N o pols. Ci
1150mm
Bannor. 733-1421.__________
Undor, 120 back. 75 &
ISO
Washlngion S t. Norin-V
suilo. Potential for 55 top
t
176 Roso Sl. N. 734-3621. __ ' 3 bdrm. 2 bolh. sunkon living
8622,
»lng 733-0740_________________
le n s e s , $e65.^^4_.i548...
lllcos clean 2 Ddrm c o n d o . BulIMn
Bull
(rv
___
noich professional olllc
A ... _____ G roon & brown friejo sofa. 2
Darling 2 bd^m hom o, 2 lull
lull
room, F /P , kllchon oppis,'
spllon appls^4 liroploco. $300
300 per
'
locllnor c h airs. All In good Mid. .w ilh _.atiracilvo rocopll
p's *. S14S.- 1 b d rm , wator >pali
b o lh s. all appllo;)cos. Hoal
loal
pairo. yard caro. waior. & Klmborly-California • Apl
month Call 734-0700 d
y
cond. 734-3269_____________ '
ipis.
aroa. Chooso your ow ncolor
co
IS
lu.
OTO-WantedToBuy
p u m p system . Foncod yard
>ard
sanl (urn. 1832 Shoup E. $425
?as*"''4
DRiSSIs
"'O Sff^B ualness Property
« le m 8:30.5:00 or ovonlngs
■tan- schom o. Tolophono sysic
KM Twin. E v an a Proporty Mai
iuQ—J , LIKE NEW 4 piece wicker
:• pjnl^
BUYING 4 SELLING
itlo.
month. 733-7008 M-F.
lijniCfPlionpluSM'.. se.
- . w /aprlnklors. covorod patio.
ICO
In wookonds 734-7931.
__
a
g
e
m
e
n
t.
73<-l40
f._______
_
_
In
placo.
Superior
sp
a
co
or
Consol.
2 Chairs, cockiall lablo,;
MARKETINQ ASSOCIATES
S ’ oversized 2 car garago
'
Jll in one jicjl pjllcin' Sc«
Sci one
form s ol gold & sliver. C
CASA GRANDE 2 bdrm apt.
lain.
''ovv
facility
downtow
apt- *165. P-43. 1 bdrm . l ball
3 Blue
O lagoro. soporoto $399.95. '
REALTORS Is movlno Irom
ID
w /w ork & siorago o roa. $4W
or loo noK lhe oincii
Cli ini-.
tinonial Gold. 633
Conlact Kon roy. leastng
ast
cloan. m o d ern , appi.lurn,
jrn,
rofrlo. sto v o . w ator paid.,538
5:
063-W ante(JT oR ent,I j 0
now buy all 4 for $249.99.
Mii. olllcos In tho 1st In*
one -Ilh
L akos Norttl. 734.4567.
I*
p lu s doposlt. Call 734-9660s oorr
-.p.^ian 01 the ncxl Inmont
incl, d lsh w ash o r 4 disposal.
a o o n ta l 733-4321,________
sal. 4lh S t. N orth. Evans ProPn
-j------ ----- Cains C learance Center.
loralaio Bank Building to our
jr
73407277 aveninas.________
WANT
TO
RENT:
Unluin
Unli
cmbioiflrir
oltici
»i1h
lull
uliici
BUYING: Evorylhing1In
In go'a
g
_____ Laundry • on. - promlsos.OS. p erty M an agem en t. 73
733-7111.__________________ .
734MINI STORAGE. Small bus
bu * doluxo d u p le x ^ o r 3 bdrm
now building al l 20 2nd
drm by
Pnnlco P.ill'in 9369 Chiia;
Ci
4 silvor. Idaho Coin Gal
so.
Children wolcomo. No pols,
EOEN: Culo 1 bdrm houso.
3is.
^___________
__
n e s s or ollice y ia c o ov«
S trto t Eaal. North ol tho0
NEW tw in s ii^ m a tlr e s s and •
Fob. 28,1 lovol. utilities
»S with
«
ScJts ? -J. 6 8 Si;e f> lJkC4
lo s. 302 N. Main, 733-6593.
ick,
Ront b a sed o n incomo. Fllor
Sr. CItlion Conior. 1 block.
vory
Good locallon In TF. 733-42
jlf' 2 . BORM APARTMENT-voi
Bon. No change in Phone
liter
- V - — ----- — r - r ^ - box a prlng, boautilully c ov- '
W/D hookup & oarago.
10. RoI
l.i'8 * d s 4Smcfi Irjnift
^
^ 326-4053b/l1&6pm.E,H.O
H:.
nice- lo c allon . Singlos or
<
num bers or P.O . Box.
e re d . $125 po r se t. 734-MI28.
OFFICE SPACE availablo
I
lo lor
llrod couple. 7 3 ^ 1 6 0 ,
Stnd $2.75 lot eieh pil
EXCLUSIVE 6 bdrm home.
no, ' Cloan 1-Bdrm apt $140.
o n - A n l lg u e .
140, couploa.,733-3669. ______
Ellocilvo Monday, JanuaryV
a sklorC Ialro.
__
loose, boih .Shoshono SI.
Add so t loi Hch pilleii
'
A ppliances Includod. $600
600
Walor & so n lurn. carpoi
30lh,1Ba4.
Bin.
Biuo Lakos Blvd. locatio
pot »200. P -j» . 2 bdrm'. 1 balh
)0
poitt|« ind hindlini. Sen
Itlon.
065~MobiIe
H
om
e
Spo.
^end
to:
TIGER
oak
round
laBlo,
laBIO
6
SEVEN
PIECE Dinolle. $ 7 S .'.
19.
734-7717 d a y s ' or 734-3191
>vo.
C ontaci Donna. 733-5200.
‘91 carpot. d ro p o s. rolrlo, stovo
------- iiljiiin Mjilin PjIIirnt
,j. unBannor. 733-1421._________
m atching oak chairs.
1
Irm
ovonlnfls & wookonds. _
■
LARGE MOBILE
HOI
w ash er, b a so m o n t, 618 2nd
2ni
HOME
ReiderMill
.'t '- J>f 5i
THREE Olllcos In S ^uite
(M O -C em sleryU is
finished. $450 SOI, May
lay asoil
SOFA, Chair 4 cocktail table- .
h o u so .
Insulalod.
W/D
n i^ '- LOTS lor sa le in Glon
'ID DELUXE DUPLEX-2 bdrm.I. 2 Avo. E a s t. E vans Pioporr
jlonns
[Twin Fa llt Tlmoi-Novi
sriy
Falls Prolosslonai Conto
ow»
c h airs aeoa ra te. 734-6512
$199. Bannor.733-1421.
.
1512__
FOR SALE: 2 or 4 burial lotss
hook-ups. garden. Oldor
:lar
bath, full bsm t wlih lg,
lo, M anagom ont. 734-l40t, _
>owor.
237 Hnl ISIh Sl.. Ne« Yfcil.
ci> Ml
■ ------^
— ............
1201 Falls Avo. East. Twli
In Twin Falls Comelery.'.
g i . v 'f e " " '" ' *
c o u p lo
pioforrod.
$160
160
llnlchod room , A/C. hoal
lOOII. Piint NAME. AOOR
,m.
Approx 330 SF. $350 p(
00' *280. P-82. 2 bdrm , 1 balh
Calholle part. Call 324-344807< -M uslcal _______
m o n lh ♦ $60 dop. 829-5182■_
pump, w ood burning stovo,
7IP. SI2E ind STYLE NUM8
c
vo, carpot. d ra p o s. rolrlg I& m onth. Call 733-7434 or
,80
Aulo g a ra g e door_ oponor,
HA2ELT0N-2 bdrm houso
H«I
oiler
e»ci'Gel
.irr
t
ird. 733-7500._________________
or, stovo. s to r a g e aroa. yard
to T T o
'_______
r S7
Baldwin Acrosor.ic piino.
+.
loncod yard wllh yard caro.
w ith stovo. $175 m onlh *
PJirnnlfiU cnooic.i'nj^t)
r<>- 1541 L aurol. E vans Propert]
I condi.
BEAUTIFUL G.E. 40" Rango.
2 ROOMS-sharo rostrooir
>om,
'M5-MobilB Homes
pallo. D lshw ashor. disposal. Manaoament734-1401. >rty
$100doi>o3li.Call423-4475,, .
. NlffSPRmaSUMMIRl'Aft
r n ^ V 4 ! g 2 3 f » ° “° '- '^ ° "
S e e Io aopreciale. Onlv
_
$200 per monlh. Utlliiio
—rt
butll-ln Sloroo spoakers. No
CAIAIOC -cm «n'..iM0n.i! b,
ting^ i S M e r c h a n d i s e
IN KIMBERLY. Unfurnished
oauimJi » W - B anner, 733-1421.
^ 0 3 BORM. 2 bath, laundrj
dry
lurnishod. ampio parkin;
ARE YOUR MOBILE HOME:
' ;
BALDWIN ORGAN. Boaulf
"
pots. Rotlrod or working,
I
I
,
coupon
J,CI
ion
iljiei
3
3
b
d
rm
.
4-plox.
Fairly
new,
"Oroom
.
2-car.
buiiMns
TIRES rolling away to
ns,
oulsldo onlrance. 734.9370.
'
c ab ln o l. 2 manuals
2 ^ '
--------------------------^-------is Ilull 2V4 YR OLO Maylag built-in •
couplo prolorrod. Rol ro- carp o is.
J? (01 CjMIqg og*
roni Incl. rolrlgorator. slovo.'
drapos
nolhing? Wo will buy- yourr
09.
2700, 1200 4 595 SQ FT
0 . -------- ^------------:------------iOMch
P O dnl.«75. Call 324-6092.
092.
dishw asftor.
oxc cond., .
r of.
quirod. $400 -*• $150 dop. ifiO
-------aU CRAH B&KS .. $2.50.
w alor & sanliaiion. No p ets.
“
$320/m onih. 734-7035.
Ilres. Cali Cartor* Homos5
■ modern ollice spacoa’pl,':
’ li
m uslaoll.$27S. 733-8362e ve,
I,n
WURLITZER ConsolerFano.
Plar
I29 (hiek V Enr Ttiiwlw
067-Mlsceltaneoua
- - $250 ->-deposllr731^ 0 52. ------------na=03M,
—
<ln,
prim o N, Blue U k e s loca
3 b o d ro o m duplox In Twin,
P e c an linlsh. Exc. cor
cond. 21 CU. FT. upright Freeze
126'TliiilIy Critli riowen
JEROME;
Clear
3
bdrm.
}rt,
Ilon.
Ail
sorvicos
provldei
7
.
w
/d
h
o
o
k
u
p
,
appi..
carport,
$950. 733-7574 altor earn.___ ___ (Gibson) Excollont CondlRools125 P«UI Ouilb
COMMODORE
!!!Excolleni 2-Bdrm 2-balh oxira s to ro g o . n o pois. $26C
d o n , rolrlgoralor & slovo.
260
for
an
attractivo
rental
rato
ato.
tors: Elghl H obarl ''iWO
1*1
12I-Pill<m Shm olft
j MSET.
Ilon, $329. B a n n e r.733-1421.
9 PIECE LUDWIG ORUMSE
,,j
duplox
at
Easlland &
.
,
CLOSEOUT
$300 monlh * $10n socurity
26Call Jaek Warberg 733-060
0601
scalos:
Call
734-8:
34-8701
[looiii ona Cjuio£
joo
Id S0( lot black, dbl. bass. SHAR
SraJlum, Carpoiod. drapos.
JHAHPI 30” RANGE $179. Banner. .
d e p o ait. Call 324-7915.
days or 734-1737 ovos.
anvtimo.
r.ich (or posMEC and hjnfl:
infliinj
L eave m osaage at 734-8711
1-8711
733-1421.
_______
—
kitchon appW uiftlshotfrw -ar' Savings up to {5,000.
NICE 2 bdrm homo. Partially
I'y . d hookup, a u l o ' garago
Only 2 Lolt
furn. Including stovo & rofOdoof.oloc hoal pump wiih
! S .• ^ ^ ---------------------------frlfl..$200.734-5«M,
o /c $350 + $150 dop No pots. •
■ u z y j ” HOMES
•o.
733-8467733-6600._________ .
NICE 3 bedroom on Fllmoro.
1760 Kimboriy Hoad
EXCEPTIONAL 2 bdrm, Exlra
J Twin F a lls............... 734-9500L .-’r a . v a j ' ' ' " " ' ” ^ ’
_____ciosois,--dlshw ashor. rolrlgFREEI
Sm all 2 bedroom, llroplaco.
:o.
oralor,
ran g e , disposal.
1 8 '' Color TV or microwave . d lsh w ash o r.
disposal
84
prlvato utility with hookups,
o r 4 months Iree ront. Slans
a lovo. $250 mo. + $100 dep.
p.
air cond.; o d u lts prolorrod,
Dflcombor 10. 1983 on any
734-3184 altor 5om_________
no pole.. $270 monlh, 734now homo. MUST BRING
33
6380 ovonlngs o r wookonds.
Wo bavo rental hom os
AO. L nrgeslSlock in idaho.
avallablo.-Bolh 2 & 3 bdrm,
n.
FALLSAPAHTMENT
30new14W ldos
R e n ia range fiom $350 to . Closo to sc h o o ls & shop6usodl4W idos
$420
p
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r
monlh.
Call
u
s
lo-'
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ping.
Childron wolcomo.
5 new Doubles ,
d
ay
lo
r
your
rental
n
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o
ds.
'
Warm,
friondly & quiot atlu s e d Ooublo
A u ro ra C « g lb it^ rp o ration1
mosphoro. 1 4 2 bdrm apis.
9 used 12 Widos
$195 & $243 m on. 863 Oulncy.
4usod8W ldes
E vea& w eekenda
C A LL734^
4 used 10 Widos
P« tty Hlgglna 734-1466.
FILER: 3 Bdrm opt, 2-baihs,
1 used sm Wheel
P*74. Studio, ulll. pd..
kiichon appiiancos. carpoilO usodTravotTrallers
'*135.
■
1 usod Motor Homo
‘sto v o S rol. 317 Shoshono10 Ing. drapo s. garage. $300.).
- « t.- Evana Property ManV
Waior 4 so n i paid. 734-7804
" 6 used Pickup Campers
Of 734-6567. . ___________
Wo still irade lor almost
•■flem enl. 734-1401.________
anythlng.O voreSlnstock.
2: b d rm homo. $150 doposil.
i.
IN JEROME, cloan 1 bdrm
.M o n d a y Ih ro u g h Friday
J o .a.. 10 5:30 p.m , Salur$225/m o. Oas hoat. No In­
ly O
1apt. slovo 4 rofrig, hoai 4^
dav e o .m . *<s t2 N o o n .
»•
w ator furn.. Exc. location. 1T
•• BROCK M A N'S •
id o o r p e ts. Opt. siove & re(rln. 753-5722 davs. 733-7346
I t e m s u n d ee rr $ 1 ,0 0 0
II
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4 flillos N Ol Perrlno Bride.- ^2 bd rm house. Eleciric h e al;i , _a d v e r tis e d
atovo & rolrlg, Jerom e. $150
0 . Largoduplox-2bdrm .2baih,
T.F. Call 734-3167 Of 438-5707.
~
e s - - —
p lu s $75 deposit, 324-53233
dining room . Iivino room.
s
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3 LINES, 3 0 D A Y S
5 p .m . M onday.Fridayy .lo
I r publication follow ing
a lto r 5:30 PM w eekdays
kllchon. F /P . A/C. walorI
•NEV/KfT ROYAL OAK
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day 13 N o o n Solurdoy
toy lor publication Sundoy
sollonor.'Full bsm t w/baih.
2§ BORM HOUSE, No pota,,
24«56 3 bdrm. 2 balh. all
or>c Monday.
$400 *■$100d o p o slt. 734.4779)
$175
m onlh + $75 cloaningg
$ 3 1 5 0
oloclrlc lor sale wllh lot. At
*
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00
d o p o sil. 733-1721._________
g n r o ~ y Y r fl~g~a~a~a' B' B' B‘
Largo 1 BDRM. Also largo,
Magic Valley Mobllo Homo
$ y < M
STUDIO. H oot 4 waior
E sta tes Washlngion Sl. S &
2 BDFIM Norm of Filor.
$ 9 0 0
lurnlshod. 633 Shoshono N.
$225/mQnth
doposil. Call1]
Ph o asanl Road. Coniaci
S
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733.6586 or 734-5325_______
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aoflo r 5pm . 733-3067:
“ CHECK YOUR AD ON THI
HE riRST DAY OF PUDIICA- 2>
Modern 2-Bdrm 4-Plox noarf
2 BEDROOM MEOFORO
For p iiv a te individual
2 BEDROOM, closo to lown.
(A d d $ ,.o oI,c
le r ooch o d d lllo n o l lino)
gTION. If f h o rc should bu
bo on u n o r p lo a io eoll Ih o ®J
MVR Hosplial $245 + dop.
by Fleetwood
s
cornmorcioi) to vciil po
$200.
$50 Doposlt. Call 733-.
vT im o ^-N o w s IrTirnod^atnl'
14*70 All oloctric. 6 inch
3:
W ater 4 sanitation Includod.
ml/. Tlio liino».Now» will Jf
which dop4 nol
For privol*
llo
in d iv id u o li only A did r r u n s d a l l y in f h o b u s j3255.___________________
llio to ld v o lu o o l wll
837-6392._________________
> n o l b o ro sp o n > ib lo lorr 1m oro ilion onw '.ncorroct o>
w alls, 2 baths. vauKod
^S290. P-4. 2Vi Bdrm. .1 balh.
e<cood S I .0 0 0 . Il«<
III pi.ec
p
ol <*och
(non-com mnorciol).
o
T h o ro . oro n cos s s d i r o c t o r y u n d o r y o u r
«
coninga, wood siding, do^lorgo kiichon, w ashor dryor-:
iiom mu»l a p o u o r in
m 111.- od. No
no prico or
NEW CARPET 4 palnl mako
or iiom limitV. N o ro . ©vvn
w n s p e c ific h o o d in g fo r
"
Ilvor & sol-up. skining inIf
ro flO g n o g O B O O B P o e ^
Ihls 3 bdrm duplox like now.
moi
o n ll ll ad i»
lond» or odji
h o o k u p , yord 946 Blue Lakoe,
rolundt o r odjusim
djuH m onti il a d i» con- 3 0 ^ 0
"stallod. Winter Special,
g
0 c o n s o c u ti v o d o y s .
2 baih. largo living room with
coilod ooriy.
Blvd. S . Evana Proporty,
e oncoilodoorly.
*15.000, Conlact Lou Cor»S
flroplaco.
dining
room,
M ananem eni, 734-1401
nor. Gary Cumming or Bud
IJ
kllchon w /sto v o . diihwashS2S0.
P-19. 3 bdrm. 1 balh.
Alien
«
of & com pactoi. Utillly room,
P rivalo P a r ty A d i
C o u n try homo.
ocro,
privalo pailo—^
masior
.w o o d sio v o , carpot, draiM a,
CONTEMPORARY HOMES
sulto, hoaI^p u m p wllh air
p o r t i o n 'A N D f M A I L o
o V'
b
r i n
g
i n
■ ^
h o o k u p s,
loncod
yard,
20M Kimberly Road
cond..
loncoo back yard wllh-. .- ( . No. o l D o y s I
i
2 -3 I 4 - 7 I 8 - 1 0 I
CAU ...................... 734-2B73
0g ‘a ra g o . pots ok. Hwy 30.
yard
caro.
au
lo
opon
garago
M
Evana Property
3 lir> o
^HOWMODELSPECULII
Mauriaugh.
d oor. Oldor couplo pro.
M
nagem
ent.
734-1401.
Minimurt^
S .50 ■ 7 .0 0
1 0 .5 0
1 4 .5 0
' 1884 24x56 3 Ddrm beautilui
“
forrod. $450,324.59f0.
*290.
P-W. Nice 2 bdrm
se q u o ia. 2x6 walls, loadod.
C
NEW 2 BDRM 4-plox, siovo.
lo
f ~ N o .o f D oyv
n - i s " 11 6 -2 0
frfla oklrtlng & no park rent
low n h o u so . 1 bath, carpoi,
2 1 -2 5 ^ 6 - 3 0 1
rolrlgoralor. dispo sal, dishd ra
iHl'May. 19M or Iroe Dolphin
r p o s . dishw asher, slovo. -washer. A/C. utillly room,
I
I
N a m o s . a d c J r c ssss 1o n d 'l o l q p h o n o n u m b e •rs
r s s h o u l d b o c o u n t e d o05s p1 o r t o f y o u r o d . R o t e s | '
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l.
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.
carporl.
778
N.
Canoo. Only t24,995 & easy .
W o n t-A c Js f o r w h ic h p aj y m e n i is I n c l u d o d w ilhh or
carpotod. d rap o s. $275 +
I
q u o t e d a p p l y to V
o rd e r, 3 lin o s m in im u m . | | I
2 0 .0 0
:2 2 .2 5 2 5 .7 5
2 8 .0 0
W
bank linancfng. HURRYI
W.ashlnoton 046 Blue Lakoa
$l0gdQ poslt.g4-3243.
^
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a l rra l e s o n ly .
Blvd.
s . Evans Property
Magic V allw Mobile Homea
Bi
NICE 1 bdrm a p l. Ulllllios
M
J _______7»<141________
Mlanagem ent. 734-1401
th o a lio v o f o to i opply Or
only lo conioculivo intor.
RINT
WITH
DARK
PENC
paid,
$200.324
6th
Avo
North,
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P-71.
Nice
3
bdrm
.
1
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Pf'»poymonl
required
TWO 12' wide llx-iip homes.
*2
bbaa th ,
basom oni. carpoi.
.T.F. Also hasom oni apl
on a ll " m o v in g sole" od>
id> an d "poiilion w onlod '
WIII consider any_reasonII
U S I N G OJNE
N SPACE FOR EACH^ W
^ O RD (4 w o rd s p e rc l a s s i t i o d l in o ) .
$160, 734-1224 or-a26H<t37.
ddr.
rap o s.
(oncod
yard,
ad». O lS o r r o to i ovoiloblo
llo upon roquoi*.
• oblo oiler. Carler Homes
sio
'NICE 2 bdrm :!>>i.-Siovo. - • •
7340586,
________
9l< ra g o shod. 411 5th Avo.
f>oirlgoralor & AC. All ullllllos
E ast. Evana Property ManUSED 14x70. 3 bdrm. all
a o e m e n t. 734.140r.
Ipaid, no p o ts. $350 + $100 •
oloctric. SHOO down, $175
dop. 733-0767.___________ ^
I
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BDRM.
llroplaco.
g
ara
g
e,
'
pe r monlh. Delivory & sol up
3 I
nico
Inclbcled. Carter Homos
nic backyard. 516 Lynwood.
■
NIFTY 1 t>drm basem o n l apl. '
$350
p o r monlh, 734.A346,
>
734-0586.________________
»
kitchen 4 ou lsld o entry
- i ' — ---- ------- -------------3 BDRM,
1 bam. carpotod.
)with
14' f t wide mobiio homo
I
"I s o l d
,
ppllancos Included, closo
Full
;A
parity fum. located al Lazy J
Fu baaom ent. W/D hookup.
to
City centor. Call Kon Roy
th o
■
.
Woll
Insulalod.low h o a t.
‘al733-4321.
—
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^orl<.^11.000.733-8959. ^
W(
________
O
oublo g arago. gardon. fruit
ro frig o ra to r
14x70
Broadmore.
3
R®
■
QUIET
doluxo 2 bdrm iri■ I.
lro
o 3 .^^ m a^H {w 8U ^^qulci
f
bodroom s, 2 balhs, $4000
plox. A ppllancos. pailo,
th o f ir s t
■ ----------------------------------aw n. $140.52 mo, .pymts.
—
- .......... —
^
3 bbo d ro o m carpotod, siovo & cJ arpo n. w ater 4 sanliaiion.
423-5154_________________
d a y !”
$30d * doposlt. 734-7527.
rofrig, b sm t & garago $300
■
■
1972 Barrington. 14 wide. 2
L„,p o sil. Three C Property ^C
QUIET with luxury 2 bdrm
do
bdrm. plus add-on room.
■ ----------------------------------Ma n a o e ra . 73»6a58._______
apl
a noar Lynwood. 1200 SF
.................................................... ■
Excollonl condlllon. Set up
^
exlra
sto ra g e.
Drapos. '
*300.
"
ln‘ L « y J . Call aftor 10 AM
P ? P-M . Largo 2 bedroom .
elocT h e al 4 air
1“
1 b a lh , siove, rol., carpot,
^c arp els.
B u s ln o s s D i r o c t o r y
®
'1 p C h o c k o n o ; ________
_ _ A c tio n A d ________4 -h+i 5 = 9 S p o c i a l , _______ Busl
^ d a ^ o r 5:30 w eekdays,.
ashor, prlvato pailo,
1 '
d rap o s,
w ashor-dryor dlshw
?
c^ ar storage. Laundry, waior.
■
g a ra g o . yard 440 Van Buron
I g P l o a s o p u b l i s h mnyy a d f o r _ . .. d a y s f o r wvhh ie h I h o v o o n c l o s o d S ., .
1077 KU. 14X0O'. Total eloc.
&SI
'
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vans Property M anage- ^sa n t. iawncaro provided. No
p
e
ls.
$285
*
d
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p
.
733-5610^—
J
m en».734-t4th
|
______________P H O N E :
^ 2 ^ 4 2 ” "4^754 ^
Spacious 3 bdrm . 2 bwS,—
1978 FL E E T ^O D - mobile
tf
(urnlshod/unlurnishod.A lso
1l ^ ' ^ n g " t r i > h i s c o u pp<e n a n d g o t $ 1 . 0 0
0 5i 2 -F u m .A p l& D u p .
-------------S T . : _ _ ,
I ■ AD DRESS: _
_____ l C I T Y : __________
hom o. 14x65.3 bdrm. 2 bath,
_
2 bdrm country hom o. $17S ■
o f f y o u r h b x t p r iv
c o o d cond, $13,000.54^^283.
A dCloan 1 bdrm apartmorn^ pjp e r month. Call 733-5217.
II
ivoto p a rty c la ssi- I
Wfltor'6c"eanil;‘paid.“f*o p o ts, ci
'1981 14x70'“ Brdaamofo-. J — Wol
-^S P A C io u s - 2 “ M r m m i i i v 7^ —
“ f l o d a d ; -------------------e p t , ---------------------------- X
J
$125,733-8597
o
r
733-5487
—
bdrm . 2 bath. $1500 or trade
carpoiod. For o n o o r a cou- !
Not v a lid w ilh o n y olhor kpocial,
kp.
g o o d thru I 31 B4 j
FURNISHED
3 Room, bath, plpio. Relrig, ran g o . dish- II
& lako ovor paymonls. CoiFUf
JoV
■'
1 3 2 3 r d S t . W o s tt., T w in F a l l s , ID. 83301
w asher. Alf utll. (urn. $290 a ,
loet 503:^ 4^ 26. For show.
c a nrp e te d . In KImborly. Calt wi
alto r 4om . 733-6794.
mi
32«517
alto
m onth. 734-5542
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APPY 2 Yfl O
OLD STUD. MANURE SPREi
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A ccaaso
D PICKUP.
G ood ' 1974 B u ick 'S la lio n wooonT
1970 FORD
PI
_______, boouilful color; C fj ,Cwy Quartot D ooro H ydo-pm
$1000 o r b e st of- $350. To s e e . po 1 ml. W o t
WE REBUILI
H o rso '2 yoar old
>ld ntly; Sorrel • condilion $ » 6o .!
56;______________
__
Fllor
to
w
ards
Buhl.
Turn
Lv
OG ft-FamiSeed
O uartor H orso h
3HTL:NER. Singlo 1st blue h o u se on L
»5
Shoshono 1972 FR0GHTI
'
[ f f i
o o r T o sled
">0" th old cclt.
Alfalfa soed, Range
cum m ins. $ 7 ^ . 1979 RIVIERA FWD. Loadedr
a x le. 290 cun
SJrooi S outh..Twin.
T'
8. b agged. J1.25p«
14. .
oun rt>of. repuiar-$8500 for
K - s s . ’ r',' i r . s
b ^ y . 1971 383.
r p S K ^ T '? ! ;
324-aa»or324^0W
"The harder
hi
ET « II. lu b o d i e m o T o l U r . t m ^ n . ------- ;
you work.
N o n - n i '•
J-30-A
969 \ftV motors.
1978 COMET
------------------- BQJillod boo boards
1 ChtTvy ono lon 1981 Eloctra d ie se l. LoadedI
♦ Q 7 3---------------------------8 733-7072
,
tm llor. IflTl.CI
^
the luckh
:kler you get." —
324-6622.
ly
bed.
1964
Ford
4
door, o n e ow ner. Kept
V
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ARE YOU TIRED (
Gary Playi
'ayer.
;k, good hoist 4 In sldoslnc onew .V erygootfr
♦ A JO
XFAflri
pickup
0 g 7 -H a y .6 faln &
i
for. “ Mako ollor. condilion. 733-44^^'
to feo d w llh ?G en i
Illor. 3JM «1I
4A Q 7642
SOS
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sale.lushols
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m
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s
or
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rses
Approx. 5500 but
3 51M FORO.°i'8‘
............................................
WES
?EST
EA ST
com binntlon ■ ''S
b « T °G oI,*d
)ATSUN PICKUP.
/ ^ A u to s - C a d U I a c
•
>11544-7534
Call aflerBom . 324-4ififi
324
« « -"DATS
b arley for sole. Call
condition. 1550.7
♦ 1100 8 4 2
4AD5
/w f t i / j i w
N ow tiros, mu
o r 3 string
DRAFT TEAM of
Barley Straw. 2 or
5f tbuck skins, rr^ ia r p a w T
u S f l o t i ” ®” - L -------- 1077SEVILLE--------• Today’s
/'s club suit offers v aAiI 0 7 6 5
¥Q S42
m are. G o ld li^ s &
•zaitoreem :------- /fexfielloni condition, low.
bales.934-5767or 93<-4466
93
* ‘ ” 3
e ' c ^ n d l t l o n ® ^m* -c i i i . r o , a
“ “ 'S S „S 5»
i
th e bestt c,
♦08
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A-l
on-pki
l
i
up.
—
chancc to win six ^QQi1 0 2
Ilon g . s Mnk; 3 ---CLEAN STRAW, larj
bod. s S l e o ; 8.AM. 543-8301
roosonably*’ pr*co(
♦ J1 O 0 3
quick trie
—
ion oltK tric cha
ricks. However, if +55
« .in 1,01.1. C II
c lo se lo to w n .tl. M
73 ^ ' 0 5 .
17500LIVERwilh
■
trad e for c ow s oarcAfvoa.CalK
re
f. S ii
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one were
re to ru n into bad
SOUTH
FOR SALE. 3500^ bs h o l of
788-4455 ovoninns.
flS;________
high lilt looder. H
733-3410 or 423-^
1 1 5 S -A utM -C liovn)let
♦ KJ a
dry corn. Call 324
'I
luck in thai
J ia t suit, hc m ust bc
>24-3585 o r
H o rses bouRhl-so
-sold-traded.
& rodlo;
----------------- 324^131___________
tlf bt io w w J c S i- _ 1 3 5 rQ rc le8 &
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1969 CHEVY CHEVELLEl
—
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------------ -— - 4 te m « o lO o cs’aO
’a i octor. - - Olivor, c a b wllh
d-to-fflll'back-on th e - - .......- V K 8 3 - ........... ...................
GOOO HEAVY barlo
♦K7543
934.5693 aflo r 6oni
ley a good
93-Llvoatock. PH
PH. 7335o55.
— E xceiionr—c o n d ltlo h r new
. ...
B Y2125. Groot
. rrT T .n -n ...---------. ■>
possibilUie
ties in the diamond
quallly hay. DoNvi
♦ K8
■e
M ini, mop w heela. $1700,
^ e r e d by
r e GISTEREO Q
ua
luarter
horse_
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Jo
f'f'
t>€
----------suit.
o w - t o p - ond ------ 1 4 2 -Jm p o rtS
se m i loads, 934-4036
IS p O fta C tfS — — S lI734-31T 3.'— .........
d Excofionl ■■*“ ckhoo7 d lesot.
=2^---------m aro, 7 yrs old.
sot. pow er re- $boO. 324-2002.
West los
loads fourth from
HAY FOR SALE-50
10 JJohn Oeoro
oitM^iijncod
’ »79 410
0 ito n s 2nd with children, oxi
;UN. 4 s p e e d .
1974 v e g a newly o m Vulnerable: Bolh. Dealer:..*' >.
~Maxlam 550. , I W
OATSUN.
culling, le .lp ro lo in
In.. n o rain, pack hor&o & rldini
)o. diesel, cab.
as
^
his longcsl
looe
excellont
hauled, now llre s. $1200.
[Cat and stro n g est' Norti
Asking
$1200. Oood mileage,
orth. The bidding:
In barn. Call fe8-2229
l a ______ ___b o si offer. Call 734c S li3 2 ^ ^ T
4 23^ 0l7sftere:30p.m .
5PM °
Shape,,$500,dall
and. South
u th tak e s E ast’s
HAY: Approx. 60 fbn
bnflrM . 50 S naflle bit 4 reinIn
)rUi E :o it- S outh
W cit
0 SSS
Stock 396
197BCAlilAROLT
XV920
V
Twin,
1968
Camaro
i
_____
-•— queen witK
i U rh ls king. Obvl- Noru.
lon'lhlrd. 1000 Sprin
2 yoor olds & brot
“ c ustom pl^
350 V-8. AM/FM c a sse tte :
P
a
s
s
1
4
Pass
100
miles,
atili
o
n
p
.
black
wl
174-3400
^
”0.
c
o
n
d
,
6600
ously. It’s
Ranch.837-6559or■545 ^ 7 8 9 . O o c's
^ C 's
Black w aoon. 324-:
’s 1best to play the i ?
Adonis.Is.
w hee ls 543-8800
good c o n d .. anxious lo so .
nty. ^ A ssum o ojrrpos. mag 1wh>
---------- ^------- ----under w arranh
Pass
3 NT
All
1s t, 2nd& 3rdcuilln(
Ing hay for M slboc. fllllos. 3 3hihorso Irail—
—
iB S y 4W
1
fe<75 o r b e st offer. 324-8378.
' club suit;: how
h
should South
---------------------loon, nothing B down. 28 1978 VW RABBI
pass
solo. Approx. 70 ton:
tc
Also o r s ta c k . 726-3066§§________ pymta $lOOea.C
KMIFM c a s s e tte 19,^ NOVA. R uns woll. g o t^
.0*11733-4836.
ne w tires, AM/I
1 1 S -F an n W ouric........................
fk
1,400 b ales ol atraw
iw . $1 p e r YEARLING h o rse t
c ondition, bosi
m ileage.
■outomotlc
YZ125 Many radio, good con
..... 1982 Yamaha Y:
th m akes the rouop<
ba le. 733-8230.
Opening lead; H eart six
]ina sound.
CUSTOM m anun
4 jw m ________
lr o n ^ ^ lM l^ .^ ^ g o w ^ s te o r ________ __ o ughbrod broedint
very last
o lfer. Call 324-881
tin e play of cashing the club ____
?o"?l^ ma^o:
h*y baling 4 stacJ
,= n K ia
100 TON of 2nd crop
IP hay. 100 SIM: Large Wole
__________
1979
Audi
Fox.
I
040;
Llflhi »M oBsenoor. 324-2;
to n of whoot hay. Co
Covorod & trustw orthy,
$34C
king and leading
ics
his eight to
lo*fi oi?ow 'tlresI
W Cam ero w /n o w v ln j^ o p ;
____________d
n
v
o
;
studded
icssc and 3-2 sp lit provide2
dollvored. Call 32424-5167 o r h a rn e s s In goodd ccondlllon. .f ARMERS.’TAKE
VKE A VACA“, ,
Excelleni cond.
M «4 sp d .. n e w p a m i , ^ .
,
Low mlios. Exc(
dum m y’s1ac e, West d ls c a i^ „ see
324-5182__________________ __ $300. Call 543-5371.
second chance to land the’
^
TION NOWI m
Willd o cho re s
SMioopprj>cla.te..734:6502 •
138»H eavy &1U
quIpTlOTt.
5 4 3 : 8 8 0 0 ______________
__
.
and- thei hand becom es oame
200 tons Ol nay. raU
■alned on. 7 YR BIG GREYf CGELDING, s n d /e r fa w n 4 h o t
m e (five diam onds, three;
>00 SS . L ess ihon
VEGA w ogon, 350. 4 spd,
Y ^llc dozer
1880 AUDI 5000
n 'S .’ l S :
P ~ CAT,
150 Ions no rain. 637-4
uiIliliy $400
Insured & bondoi
Impossible,
7-4408
. $600.3 yr C hestnut
le. Stuck in the “jubs
Like now l Ono
hoodoro. slS e pip c a., ojrlbs and one heart).
sd Arablaii
loo. R om ack'8 73»
250 tono ol barloy. (
dummy. Sot
South has no way to _ _
W. 734-4549 or •
*2000.'
U “ “ |”“":
5 yr RopisHAY RETRIEVING
Ilvor In Bobtail or
b ring in th e diam ond suit
j
^--------7
?
^
Lead
wllb Tbe A cc s
Goldmg.
sid e a ro a . Call 2
34^466
torod
Arabian
-. lo o d s. 934-5787 or 93*'
Tn 79 Cam aro 350 au to , cruise,
IC C Q C
1980
OolsunIn
without giv
giving up the lead
26
324-5023.
»13q0.j;;ollK_4-6126
75 Ton Whoal Hoy tto
S5 T tS H
ndlllon. Asking Wop. t / c . .P lo n ae j
^ccn c
exce llen i condlll
and the con
:ontract goes down south
Jth holds; 1-30-B
S E of Jerom o o n Higl
lghway83
afle r 5 PM * exc. cond. A sking $5600 Call
EMCNO- Boo
U SED
:D
- $8000.862-3811IIafl
Ipment
H eldom ann, 42W
2 2 6 9 ,._ — - JNDUSTOIALEO
o r Mike 7S-e907 CSI
3 2 t 3 ^ u . ______
3 :<
a t least one
ne trick.
MUIPMENT-- -66 V W -& jp,-4! i
♦ A 62
sod saddles *'''
I t Is corr
o rrect to play the
ido orico WE BUY & sell usod
' Bo suro to Ihcludc
'
J.D . 410 Backhoo,
‘s Wostorn
)0, $13,500.
f lr e s l'ta j). 733-:^
▼83
itom s for * '« c k s. VIcker's
•clubs first.
it. but South must
J.D .410 8ackhoo,
S to re s 733-7096.
s
a
le
In
clasailltid.
♦
7
4
2
bc careful
ul about how hc
- ■■
WORK HORSE H^
^ Sharp, $2700.
--------------------------------------.
♦ 100872
r l S f i
0
R e c r e a.atlonal
tl
does it. A
Aflfter winning his ,
G ood cond, $350.
M p rV l
Fountain Auto.,
3.^324-&53_
3;
_
1 6 2 -A ut08-F 6rd«
0 9 6 ~ F an n 8 f o f Rent
■
b o fo ro 6a m o ra f tes r 66pm.
{jt_____
h e a rt king.
ng. South should
------------------E L L io rriN
_ .
1963 FALCON RANCHERO.
FARM GROUND for i
‘
le a d hisS low clu b to Norll]
III E a s t
S outh
Wesl
1 « - 4 W heelll D
Drt
rives
m eng, 4 apd. new llres 4
------------"
"
'"
s
s
s
s
i
i
a
tho.G
oodIng,
Wondoll
i
S
.
i
,
'
;
1
0
6
s
r
t
^
dum m y’s a co c and a low one
1 NT
Pass
24
_________
120-A vlatk)n
C o nlact FmHA by
900
W lllys loop wopo
_________
32^2901
s
3T
P ass
4V
y
GOODWEANER
back to his king. If clubs
COB. 834-4488.
E R P IG S
PRIVATE PILOT
Chovy ong. Exco
IT 'GROUND
s
P oss
P ass
i;,
. . t'HJ yS6J0O
,. ...c i i wSCHOOL In Twin
•
behave, it: is
Is a sim ple m atRop
543;8too________
win Falls. 3
Bob H ouston, Soles
&
FOR
RENT;Pivot------ 1
days Fobruary з3.. 4. 5. Ro- H o m o p h o n e ___
p o ta lo o s, small oqi
. . . . 733-1490
W recked1978Che
■;
te r to cross
JS tto dum m y's dia- A N SSVW E R : Club 10. East's
. q .iw o a
,o s _ s i,„ p
sulis a uaranlood.
d alrv barn. 934-5370
lOd. Courso '
______________
__________ drive pickup. 4 t
p, m ay Include
«95.324.2574.324-7lfe.
m ond acc to score six clubs, one no-trum
n
Tto -------foo $155, which Inc
Includes oil
O no 922 C at 2 a.
yd.loader, no
ongino. Bost offor
W^ANT TO LEASE: larr
arm with
0AIRYG0AT5
king. B est lo wait
tw o diamond
m ds and a heart.
the spade
sp
t
I.....«T3 RANCHERO, 351 d o v e - .
,
courso m aterials
Bis 4 FAA c a b . g o o d
rub
lvot or whool llnolrrld
rlgallon.
_________324-34377 r.
ubber. 7 5
1964 DOOGE 3/4
{..K®
lond. AM/FM 8-track Slereo, •
'J :,
PfIvflio Pilol Exam
lubs fail to break, withh the
tl spade-ace.--------When club
o rih or E asl of Jo
)ader w /cab.
c o n d , crew „ ii^
caT A
Jero m o .
T op milklnp nannio
nios.
blan
Course
conduclod
fiberglass sh e ll. Looks gooti
324-4198 or 324-3480. ______
.543-4556
• W opon, w /shell. F
t
!
South now
1
Iro sh o n ln g m 2 woo
V knows
that he
rooks. $75, Van O rdon. 10 yrj
4 runs good. $1300. Call
bridle qun tlo ru to The A m .
300SO Nock
now m otor. 726-57:
WANTED TO LEASE:
E: dairy
324-2263
t d ' 4 ®FliSh; 8-X20' 3 AXLE Go
needs five; diam
dl
onco in Ground
ond winners
Hot 12MS. Dallas. Texas 7S32&.
wllh raclllllos to mil
nllk 200
—
—
3del Bucko.
1970 JEEP 4x4 f
.
.
inst ruction, & FAA
f ^ S ^ o n .
on th e run.I. Ii
In his hand with withKif
*elf-addm*c<t. stamped rnvclopc
co w s, 733-7065
e, Ortii Sl now condlllon. BBoovor tall
455
' ongino.
1 1& -P oultry4R abb
UwllS
amlnor. C ontaci
;p1y,
the club king
ing. South Ukes a forreply
Ihls. brakos,
transm ission, ooi
734-1407 for roglsl
■■1.........
5's lrallon 4
silver-blue
tlon. $1200. Call 73:
A re you planning
0 » - P a « u r e 8 F o r R len
er t
] aa move? moro Inform ation.
I
,
I
f i r s t - r o u nndd f i n e s s e In
.n.^Reo'slragb?0,!H 975 M 7 .d
g3a3_em ,.
1972 f o r d Vi '
—r—
C lasslllod ad s wiltI point
p< you Ilon m ust c lo se Fob.
diam onds.. T he "lucky"
FOR SALE: 165 sn
S a re s
lho rlghl direction
tlon lo Ilnd
r - ----------S oed« ™ v f .,j5 !i
lU S -M a rc u iy tU iico lil
_____
L ockouis. 4 spe
______
S alm on River Catllor
loman s
hom o vou nood.
condlllon. $1600.X
X). 324-4667.
1976 COUGAR XR7. Air cofw
121-Boat8&Acce;
A sso c, rango righls.I. Wrllo
. I,.
-----x ess.
t4 0 -T ru c k «
4x4 Shortbox
dllloning, c ru ise. AM/FM
__________
1974 CHEVY 4x4
------Box F-55. Trmos-Nows.
Evinrudo & Morcury
112-lrrlgaU on
;ury M otors.
1950 CHEVY mI ton
t
pd, roll bor! 8-trock sioroo, sllvor 4 red.
truck:
350 wllh 4-spd,
J
Box
548.
Twin
Foils.
ID
a
07S-Appliances
a)8
0
9
0-PQ
t5&
S
upplies
-----------boals 4
lishlnp
062>BulkllngH ilerla]8
np iackle._^ S upe r
C
Inli
86M.
Looks good Insldo 4 out.
nlornalional
$3000. Call324-8W
______
100 SHARES Ol Pio,
•leasanl
BUTTE IRRIGATlOh
ION has
Tom’s M arina 4 S a
f« c io r; 1010 Joh
ohn Deere
1974
j e e p ...... C
< herokoo. ^ S 0 0 - 3 ? 4 H 5 5 2 o r 3 2 4 ^ .
»ralor
FORT HARNEY LUMB
FHIQtOAIRE
Roififloriii
MBER.
AKC rogisiorod Rollwoi
iwoilers Valloy Grazing Associ
Delation
u so d Valloy plvois.
)is. good
H ovburn/Burlev.. 678-7473.
6ft
Crawler. Call 324-1
14-7310 after
quodroirack, rodlo
silent
Kim berly I3U 4xB oxlo
odlals. rebuilt 1 9 ^ Cougar loaded, good
w /Bollom Iroezor, ExceNei
ixlorlor
a d u ll & 4 monihs oldd pi
pups. R anoe Rights. 73^8230.
10.'
condition. Call 438-610 ----JOHNSON & Merci
orcury Oul6:30pm dally.
nnor.
plyw ood. W.99 bunk.). ixi
ros. excollent cond. Bost o ffer W ade 734CoQdldon S199. Btnno
_________
360. m ony extras.
IXB14
$50(M800; AKC Doby adull
adu &
•••
--------GATED
PIPE
boards. Soosw iriI Boais
Bo
& IB' cider channel rua
4 Ez
1965 GMC 2-ton. ?2spo
S| e d roar
■0.837-6181
3597or 734-2245____________
733-H21._________________
condilion. $3000.83
rusifc.
o n o 5 m onth old pup. (
ted
& underground3 PVC
P^
loador trailers. Magi
cS r.
S350m bunk.) (B'0’’x( 33'0"tagic Valloy
oxlo. 305 V6. Runs
d o n o , S300-J400. Cali bol
ins good. 1
i076 Toyoia U :n d C ru lse r 1982 MERCURY Colony Pork
FRIQIOAIRE Trash Con
Marina 733-6141. _________ :
r - b 5A m o i h l r r ^ ^ ISSupply
.
in su laled window, J m 9.)C^1I
.) (
ml. W o t Filer towa
i pm . 423-5963._________
HOLSTEIN CALVES
wards Buhl,
h a rd to p . Low miloi
nlios. $4200 or Station W agon, loaded, wltl
^ t o r S99.. Bannor. 73:
^
423-6516 hours 12-5 Mon
-----------SPRING'S COMlNi
WING. 17'
Turn L i s t bluo hou
a ccept b e st olfer. Call 734tw oon 160-200 Ibs. 733-6C
o u so o n L
b e st of/er. 73 WeS33
33
ion-Frl
A u stralian Shophord ■Bofder
Bor
PIPE
* S a l1 IM ._____________
alum, C anoo. w ood p
30N EER. AC.
^ ,a H ,o r5 ;3 p .
------Colifo X. Roady. wormoi
TT duty 3/4
1977 JE E P WAGON
QE. lro8l-lf«D HolJloofato
PVC&Alumlnun
ium
o«c.
C^ll
r e d CEDAR oxtorior. inli
'
102-Catlle
l^ilofls h o ts . S25.7 3 3 - ^ ,
)und
. cond.
. . .$325.837-«
. 1. nilil.llg r vide box,
AT, trallor towing
"i
condilion. Ca
______
' PV CUndorgroun
o r. fencing. Channel Rut
bod Insert.
Front tires new
i"w° K'sf"fSD: 1 6 t- A u to « .O k l8 m o b il e :
rVfi*!
B'®ck
fomalo
Poklngoso,
epiacoPipelines
insiallo
080.1
8
ANGUS
BULLS
&
rep
J—
v-groovo. While Pino. Cc
S ff'“ b‘,3“'’c?6N
'’l
"fled
t22~ S p o ftln g G oood.
od
NTRACTOR
good cond. $4700.7
U k« now Avocado 30" UlT^
. m o n th s old, Espocially
g(
ly
good
m
en
t
heifers.
Howard
Ai
A
ngus
P
I
p
o
M
^
W
n
o
i
P
S
..g
3
:^
7
.
PRICED
BELOW Low Book
324^120 Xl*-^^27
OR f a r m e r s DRE
4>t)urr>er kFlctiorf atovo. wllh
wlll
w ith childron. S200 orr oli
Coll gold c u p 45r —
w.
oiler. R anch 543-49t5.________
’ ®77 4 sp . 4 Whl
w heel drive for quick salo: 1980 Olda
condilion througho
5 6 2 5 . --------------------------------ey»^Bvel microwave. $625
convorsion,
re
C hevy short box.
bo
------733:51m _______________
- ^ b .^ j r .g f y .S
s ales.
.1
G old C utlass Su p re m e. V8 Olesel.
_____ __ Brooding Ago HolsloinTBi^iTs
I
Alao; 2 2 '.f u b ic foot Ro
-------- -- press,, .p o w d er—.siS
s e a le
0*'™* *
W heels, roll bar. c usiom air. P /S . P/B . lilt w heel.
Ref
oe»-nrewood
B
o
rd
e
r
Colllo
puppi
jppios.
For
S
a
lo
.
yrs
anii
rtlllclal
PVCPtFE
m
M
T
lun?
pa
nt.
Call
for
m
or
harv«gl gold, wllli tor
ore dolalls 'strjp^in^. Excoller
ol
cossorlos. All 8 cm 7:
p u r e b r e d . From exeoll<
Ollent cond. am-lm $3995.Flrm 734-7002.
[collont brooding. Wlll dollvor.ir. Call
Wo aoll S Install allI types
ty:
^ 0 3 .e v e n ln g s .
ORY FIREWOOD J90/CO
fro M efl? O 0 .324-3790.
u n d erg round
pipo
43^659 543-5778 ______________
50
lino COYOTE HUNTER SF
-------------------- 1973 OLDSMOBILE CuUass
^
C u t ^ i a A delivorod. <
W anlod:
N on
worhinfl
sy ste m s & wo would
lid Ilko
1 10 223 Mini 14 R ugor,
S O) l
74 DODGE SWB 4
-------BULLSTORENTr------•p p p lla n ce a. A lso some
^M inii
bid your noxi<»ipolino.
no.
condlllon. $190. 734-3^
- • Excollonl condltloi
BRITTANY SPANIEL Coel
Coekor
M
osi
broods.
Cali
Bai
12.
DRY
ISLAND
PARK
Pl^
TBpaIr work d o n a . 324^S32.
g "
Call Nile Martel*
m S p a n i o l C ross pupplos.
lies. 6 543-8075 or Lyons 543-58;
Cla
QUNS FOR SALJ
-----------------C all2 i2 0 9 2 ;______________
« '? £
<i!122i2Si____
f
f
f
i?
r
N
W
T
"
t§
—
sp ill, dollv. Stacked. $70/|
w o e k s o ld , bolh parenlsri
W holosalo + 10%.
10*
havo to $00 10 belli
COLOSTRUM FEO day
for
^ ton P-U. 733-7804. ------ay old
8 NAKE R T ^ IRRIGA
WASHER mnd 'ORYER for
If in to ro sle d call 324-5593. —
IGATJON
Call734-8402afle
-^148-AnliiiiiaAul<>
atlOfS___ lor more dolalls
\u\0 S
172-Auto8-F»onti8c
calvos lor sale. Cor
^ n ta c l
________ 32*<7S6
GOOO Ouallty Firewood, l
:»ala. Gill 733-a5B7.________
Oingo P u p s :iO fom alos;!
OS; SIS K ara. Maolc Valloy D.Dairy.
SALE.
All
evenings._________
-—
SIERRA
BULLET
SA
_________
1935
Ply
4
door
b<
ir
body.
1947
WE
W IU PAY CASH for 1974
^ WHEEL LINES, ’A
r
jttoiy.
m a lo s, good po ts, &
ci
WHIRLPOOL harvosi gold
A ml.
6
cai & wis. No limit.
1 cow
438.6292.
It. P
Powdor1980 FortT30(W wll
wllh turbo.
Dodgo 2 door body.
bo
1M5 4 newer P .U .s & 4x4'e. Also
L___
d o g s, 78a-4236oves.
w ash o r & dryer, S250 for pair;
pannel.
im r 4895-4350-T322. i
w m lles..2__ ^^.Bug. .1948 Ford.4
®
condlllon, low
----------- COLOSTRUM STARTED
4 ddoor. 734- 1977 4 new er Autom obiles,
i^ ll
37413490^“ ^ ’’° " ............
^
WE'VE
GOT
MOI
tia r v e s l g^old stovo. oxc
miles.NW of Buhf543S43^962.
to n e o ra v . 423-5981.
Husky
Calvos
for
salp.
CALL
s
m
o
r
e
v
e
s
733-707:
L_______
;7072
Frontier
M otors. 73 4 « 4 0 .
Firew
ood.
J65
por
lovol
o o n d lllo n .« 5 0 .733-7397.
1981 VW PICKUP> w/oir 4
1966 CHEVY EL
EL CAMINO<
-------------------------------------- n i'
to n .p lek u p load: coi. spill
1 1 3 -F a m i S upplies?______
'P '" *
E lk hound Fomalo. ^ 7 iZ
8 £H .
12 CU. FT. Norflo Roltlaora^
125-SkiIng Equipme
}meni •
c ustom lopper. 734.8
COLOSTRUM sto n ed Ht
4^919.
C ollectible, 300
delb^fOd.3?<-7?63.
lo r J ie o n a nnor. 733-l4fl.
g ^ v' B ^ ^ a
1 ^ * ^ to « - P » y n > o trth
:.
-----FREE; B order Collie &Dingo
Din.
8 bull calvos for salo.. ConC
QRAVEL. superior ccru
'v-duiv Vl
outom oiic w/283 V
ru sh « .
SKIRACKK
1983 FORO heavy-,
1978 Plymouth H orizon. Low
-----c ro s s p u p s , culo & Iriond.
1-3436
roadw ay, loodlol. grad
ondly.
ta ct T orrlor Todd 01324-3
radw . 0. Locking. Ilts D aisun
roo dual
FIRM. 733-3955.
un ;2 cars
ton. AM/FM storoi
hvA ■
>
m iles. $2200 o r b e st oiler. .
2 m o s. old. Could mai
Skoom . 543-8082. 7 W
^ 96
”
O ^V a rie ty Foods
$40. Cafi 543-4754. ________
ta nks, 4 sp d , $6995.81
■88^2100.
1966 CHEVY NOVA
DAIRY HERO
O^Heatlngand
____
g o o d ato ck doos. Fit
GRAVEL
FOR
fofsalO-.Call
324-4985,
np
irullor
hiirdlop.
327
wllh
1200
skis
fi
Spud
hauling
,H
’ P«‘f '7 5 c m Pro 12C
M GRAIN FED boel for sal
. AirCondttk)ning
salo.
c o m o . firsl choice. 423-SO
Id, CALL with Look 99 HPP 1sen so r
Also: 20 ft. Schell ap
DAY OLO Holstein hoilc
~
C all 324-2166.
___
o r 423-4416______________
1 7 < - A .to .- O tl » r .
s ° a r
«
S & .T K ."
)M 1 W elonco w ood siovo
__________bindings. O nly usod
lod onco.
432-5336.
7- —
bull calvos lor salo. 1
RED, Goldon Oellciou
:ious.
FREE; Lovable, black Lab
' in se rt. G la ss d oor, squirrel
NEWHOUSE. bale cho
;hoppor. $200,326-3104
32M 252.______________
iWod
M^o^j)^uppyGroai wllh kid
c a g o fan. Excollent hestor.
Like new . usod onoJ rn
rnonlh. *•“ ““’— ’
---------FOR SALE: Gonllo TcrT rr ,
175-A uto Dealers)
.175—A uto Dealers
?3>5656_______________ __
er8
175-A uto O ealera
i s
WW.Sanaa
-----brod slo ck cows to Iresh
__________124-S now V ehfcies
—,
Kolloy Gardon Contor. Ai
LARGE e month old Bolgiu.
ROUND METAL leed
30,000
BTU
S e a rs ,0^1
oil
''O'H.'S C a ll^ 2 5 6 3 ___________
d is o n Ave. E:. Twin •etui
fsi
T
4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 IX
X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X 4X
P«ll»
G erm a rtit Shophord. Hi
fr“ $60
8
f a c to r y
built
4 piaco
;
lu m a n c o A du e l work. $60.
for sa le. 8' diam eter.
;
X44:X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4 X 4
734-6518.______________----FOR SALE; 18 SPRING
snowmobile trailer.
sh o ls . feo . 324-Sc t .
!
^ C alt4 2 « 7 Z 9 ._____________
f i to
W O aploco.366-2482.’—■ r — . axlos.
——
H olsloin dairy heilors
^ '•o0 r-^ 4 ^
X
Call 733-4476
----MUST SELL duo to alorglo!
rgies,
dairy p n diversion progn
gram .
STEEL BUILDING.; NOW
2i48ovenlnfls.
lltllo m aio Lhasa Aps
,4137
novor pul up. besi
Apso
ABS breeding. Call &32-41
090-PQt8&
Supplies
NEW 2 s p a c e snow
r
r'VBulldlngMaterttls
___
Puppy.
6 months ol(
owmobile
X
V
m.arkqi,Call82^5q92^_
PRODUCERS LIVESTO<
— —r
trailer. TIU b o d . 13"” whools.
wl
AKC BEETLE PUPPIES
>IESh o u so b ro k en . had all shoi;
^
ir i
T u esday. January 31. n
spatO,$515.037-6654.
>d
R o ad y nowl Championsiiii
ROUOH LUMBER. Trotted
isiiip
Will sa crifice for J75. rCo
A.M. 150. whilo laced Vf. iw
1t 4-F a m lm p le f fle n t3
POST & POLES, FEEDDb lo o a lln e s, oxc pol & hunt
)unl678-2823.____________ _
----- TWO 400 NITRO RUPPi IPPS wllh
X
----call
holfors;
250
black
BUNKS. 32^3131.326-56M.
lng d o g, 7 wks old, S90-snoi
f ii,*
ASSUME PAYMENTS:
’S: Like lill trallor. G ood cont
hois
PERSIAN maio. while. DoOo
:ondlllon.
<
black boily first call hollo
Inciu d o d . 33M499. B o laI-o ^
now NH 425 balor 6
& 1116 $1000 lor bo th . 536-2481.
1481____
c law ed . 2 yr old boauly' wilh
will . all he lfo rs all bangs. va<
sw oiher IH 5288 8 t
t 8 ’ 2x4 Econom y 99c
AKC Lab pups. Soulhr Sol
p a p e r s . » l6 0 .733-8304
’974 SNOWJET 440 SST
___^
n atod & brod to longht
ss T iio b
Jhorn
Molroo sprocoupo. Box
• ; A sphalt rolled rooUng
ig
Boiiovue konnols. 788>282i
JOX 1277 miiflj.jsoo
2820
PROFESSIONAL
bulls. 324-4345,__________
-----o
r
734-1734
&
loavo
m
ess
_______
___
4
901b. t i e s a roll.
e v en in g s_______________ _
423-5525
_________
GROOMINQI Vacationingling?
R eglslorablo
Guorna
V%** CO blow plywood
FARMERS^ Iho auclion:
’fl
AKC POODLE PUPS, choco
o n s aro ^979 Kawasaki 440. ooxcolloni
td
ocor il b o o rd your doo. Cher
..heri^ h ollor calf, Good 4-H p
X
com lngl Lato b ecausi
lato or while, J1S0 6 up
up.
Miller K onnols. 423-5^104.
luso of condition. 1200 milos.
:___
Ioct. $250.326-4665
los. 1973 A
•
4x8 sh e o l rock J3.K
------ . w oalhori Lots ol flood
r
G o odlno 834-5971. ^3-5986
Cat 440, 2-plac
Diace lill ’
}§:.
P u ro b ro d
bulf
Cockoi
1981 JE E P I
: s - 2 x 4 sld & b lr6 9 c
'Ckor
tH E ANIMAL lhat walksI won
w
oqulpm
enl
10
bo
sold,
t
*-,popd ifaiior. $2200 for pad
AKC pt^ro blood Gormar
■nan
S p a n lo ls, J4S oa. 423-594:
package. X
56 ,c y l i n d o r , 4 s p e e d , c a s s o t
•5947 I n c re a se s your prolit. Hool
H<
' 3 /6 chip board S3.9S
a
uction
da
lo
s
ovall:
s e tfe , s u p e r shorp.
X
'allablo.
734.8134
1..
S h o p h o rd pups, boaullful.
iful.
ofior 6pm o r 825-5651
___
Irlmmlnp. calilo A bi
2 6 " w ide gslvanzled dolla
bull:
M essersm lth
Aut
Valonlino day Spocial m
Auction fS50 340 JO H N DEERE
rlb ,6 3 « alin o d fool.
«0.
Rod O obio pups. J5 each.
■ach.
U dder d ip p ing S catllo dip.
d
so rv lc e . 73W700
366-2375.
--------Fire with covor. Lilllo
ping. Ron 436-0140 or Ji
<Can a lso ord o r colorofl al
—
S3WW8
iS F S !
X
. 1 9 7 9> G M C 1 5 0 0 4 X
^4 S H O R T B O X
X
^
J
o
"
JO
A
2
tO
Quad,
c
a
b
&
&
now eondltlon. Call 324C00I
324
4
44 .s p Q o d , p o w e r s t o o r i n g , h
to c a lln o d root.)
w s
<3fr0777,________________
2
REGISTERED
male
lalo
SIBERIAN HUSKY cross
----1980; JO 4440 Quad, u7 “’ ,2 a ilotB or w ee k e n d s.
g, h u b s, low m llos.
^
A ustralian ‘Shophord pup­
>uppu o p lo s, 2 maio. 2 fomalo,
ialo.
13 ANGUS COWS lo sta
sti rt
air: AC 7040. cob & air
p lo s. Ouarantod workers,
tr
X
n~7 l
NORTHWEST
ors.
i5Q o a c h . 7J4-4643allor Som.
nm,
calving In March, Ip u ro biJfod
n
4100 4 w hool drive. J5500 n 2 !ptttC0 snow m obile0 trailer.
fcl56it50,Call423-J?t7,
Like new. S p a ro tiro,
H orotord bull. Call ;to-3S5?
iro. $500
^
1 9 77: 9 C H E V R O L E T V a T O N 4 X 4
x
^
310A backhoe. lato mo
PLYWOOD SALES
—
LOVE VOUR OOG
firm. 7340878 early morr
2-yoor-cld 'spayod lomale
lale
P lo aso inquire aboul freo
froo
2
y o ar
old
roglstori
orod,’ C a se 2390. cab. air & d i
(Behlrtd U nited Oil)
2
,1 s p o o dI,, ,S i l v e r a d o . V - 8 . p o w e r' ssfte
c e r in g , hubs, long b o x .
J
G orm an Shophord. Good
Bni' 72 POLARIS 530 CC Chl
ood
gro o m in g . Grooming UnlimliimH orotord
range
bull
'Uils.
will
Irado.
Cali
73S^909
W Blchdog.UO. 432-5470
SS. Good c o n d . $300.
Ilod 734-2305
Shnlbv Williams. 543-4756S .
Loudhmillor 733-5761.
ii ^ d a y s o r^ W j4 i1 .oyoa.
oyt
5
1 9 7 8 C H E V Y C H El E> Y E N N E 4 X 4
4
HE ACES^
>
tf
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PiM
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^
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P C J7
i ^ i i T i I i r n i i ^h
.
BIG
- PROFITS
. ARE MADE
IIS IIN G
-rOUH SER VlCi
IN
THIS
frvice gu
an<id direct(tory
s e
i
u
i d
A d v « rtls «
f o r a s littlv o t
^ 1
p o rd ay
Iho
famlllon ovoryday andj ir
Call
roaulls will am azo you., Ct
ondiy
today and on o o l our lilond
Ad-Vlaoro wlll holp you word
woi
your s d s o thot 11 will t
m oat olfoctivo a n d bilno yo
ih o resu lts you aro lookln
="'“" 0
for.
73W931
• B~UlLDINOMAiNTE
I nance
igs
Bulkl som e things
ngs
Repair m ost things
Ino, 733-2177.
Remodel anything.
CARPENTRY
cor;Romodol or “ now
ni
siruction. Nolhlng
ing IOO largo
o r amall. 734-3144
14_________
CARPENTRY ___________
Romodol.
crafU
aflsm anshlp,
profosslonally don
jono a l compolMlve prices. Ro
R oloroncos.
Plalta 8 Sona 734-2:
4-2251 ovos.
CONDO RENTAL
L__________
Excelloni Elkhorn
orn C ondo.
Rontel by day, w eek or
moj l h . 733-?4?1 lor
!or_dntalis.._
Sosobsll. sppio0 pio and
c iasjllio d .. ihoi'ss U
lho Amorican Wav.
_ , • _
g r a v e l. a8 t
T O P S aL
.
For
drive'
rivoways.
parking
lols. e tc.. You
Yo haul or wo can
deliver. Northwosi
Nc
C rane
un d Rlpglno.
lino, 733-1234.'
HANDYMAN
m _____________ ■
. If I c ann'l
'l fix il. I c an 't
charQ oyou.'
ou. Call 733-7234,
HERfTAQEC
3E.0AUJRY____
Ouallly Cusi
Custom Framing al
an aflorabie
tble prico. U pstairs
nM
R ogoraon
Mia ll__________
MOBnjEHOt
HOMESERVk^e
Po', -o n 's
1
Mobllo
Homo
Sorvlco.W
Wootdo II oil,
Call3
:all 324-8095,
PLUMBING
A
<QANOWELDINQ
Slutzm an’s
P
I'a Plumbing.
Hoating & \
I
romodol 8 roi
^
pS5
oopio wllh nomoihing lo
soli
311 an d poopio who wont to
buy
jy .. lh a t's wtiat classillod
advi
Jvoriisinn Isaliubout.
t s
-.v z
T 5lE
§ ! E S E F ^ E ___________
Troo
)o & Shrubbory . trim-
■
X
X
^
G E S H O
O IR T B O X 4 X 4
low m iles a cloon.
4
X
g ,,
- ^ s p o ot d , V -8 , p o w e r s t o o r i nig
•
i
1 9 7 5 G M C
C 4 X 4
e r ss te e r in g ,
V - 8 , a u f o m a f□ tic t r a n s m i s s i o n , p o w »r
.S i o r r o C l a s s i>ic,
c tw o to n o p a i n t .
4
1 9 7 2
a ir conditioning,
G M C
s p oo to d . V -8 . p o w e r
V4 T O N 4 X 4
s t o o r i nig
g ., g o o d o ld e r truck.
19666 in tern a tio
ional Scouf
s p e e d , clea
le a n .
4
X
^
X
_-
35
SPECIAL
.
D o n
W
i
V -8 .
W
iS -A u to .P a rts i
jo p to Wllti aomoifiing To
°°.?l
III a n d poopio who want 10
ly.. lhol'3 whai classlllod
Ivorilnlno inal^ahniii
tiros & w h e e ls .
F= - -l 1 5 0 4 X 4
a u to m
i
maatic
tran sm issio n , p o w o r
4
i
*
^
*
A u to m o tiv e
IJt-A uto& nffce
,r ~
■HOLSTERY____________
UP”
*
Magi
iglc Valloy U pholstery. '•
}0 ostlm aios. Call John
ilnoy 734-3535.
J
5
M M
SHORT fENI
N D E R SID F
s t o o r i n g , h u tb s , c u t i e !
_
1 9 7 77 D O D
A
CLASS A MOTOR HOM£
JM E lS r X
rent. 21 fi.. slo o p s 6.733733-1027 ^
orallor5pm 733-8244 ______ ___ ^
MOTOR HOME FOR RE
re n t. X
Call 734-2302.___________
NEW 29' PACE ARROW
rent. Sleeps 7. Call 678<
X
_
allor 5.________________
--------A
1971 CHAMPION
Ooh
423-5975
ng. Froo o s t. Insurod.
JJJP,
n 's Troo Care. 734-1484,
4
X
. 4
127-Motor Homes-
■ Call
733-iB31
S H O R T BC
B O X . 4 s p o o d , r o il b a r, w
w hh itew a ll
1 9 7 7 F O R D
12B - U ^ r a & S h f l l l s
—
MUST
SELLI!
"L.
и . StaD
camper lor am all PU.
i
Ilnlod w indow s w /bluo
1
uo Irlm.
altrigsinew,_$3y. T Sb7035.
jjK
e
K m Z 3 3 IZ 2 n »
ADVERTISE
YOUR
JY
SERVICESPECIALTY
PV
IN THIS DIRECTORY
Placod undor tho hotaing
'"0 0!
ycurcholcol
Your ad will roach 22.0
22.000.
2
^
125-T ravolT raiIara
............ ..
A ccesaoriea
CHEVY 307 V-8 -ongino, ii
4 Vl lon 4x4 froni axlo, $5(
call 733-7314.____________
f o r k in g c a b .PU-B.
U-Bod
linor. $100; R ack. $50.'. cCall
?3»05B1. ,
• •
TIRES; 2 G oodyear ATB-i
under 5000 m llos. $4
733.i223ovos4w ookends
idf®
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V
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5
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5
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733-00
0006
Jim C orle
B lu e liik e s
e b s te r
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