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1 e s lie P e t e r
Bowcut is " thle
e m
n ost ex tre m e
child pornograp]
‘a p h e r th a t I*ve
run across” but
b th e potenIt has
tia l fo r re h a blilitatio
ilit
n , a psy*
chologist testified
I
ied Friday.
Dr. Ken Lindses
Isey of Pocatello
was called to th
e stand Friday
the
Court actio
tion:
m o rn in g b y p .
. \
Todays rep
* P O rt
B o w c u t 's
,
J^r ^
includes nneew s
a t t o r n e y , lA
num bers
amt*growth nui
om e
•U A .im•cnberaMp
nl
S t e v e n ■
\ S S o r^u
Jerom
shooting
jtestant. 6 6 mitthat are shi
R ichert.
■
C oim ty.
^
»lic. 62 million:
for d ie hea
Dm m
■*<>": catiwtii
L in d s e y I
82 per*W C 3
Jewish. 6I million;
ml
LDS
I h a * ann &
a n d R ic h ard V
rease for
Muslim,
cw t^ n c rM
Church, 4»million:
m
S m ith , w ho 1
,n
th e Refoi
1 .6 million.
te s tifie d f o r M
•O lM H hn
th e prosecut*
n 1990
ttMpMpmi
k i n m e p a in
in g a tto rn e y
'
T
he
attend worar
» h i p « s
T h u r s d a y , *—
com e
regularty(ew
j™ y « » i™ st
5, ^ g h t o u l
b o th
have
a
every week).
doctorates in
**•
n a t i o n w id e
• Fewer t^haffoC
te
w orchurch m
ei berp sy c h o lo g y ,
nem
•M p e n have
^ invited someship stuidy
d y con*
and a re both liceni
:ensed paycholo* . .
onetoawoT
wrship service.
ducted eve:
svery 1 0
NW
g is ts in Id a h o . T
Tlh e tw o m e a
'jH
• Thecveni
>raC*KeofaU.
y e a rs by
by th e
w e re q u iix e d b jy a t t o r n e y s .
JH
per is 50.
G l e n mm a r y
S. worshiper
ab o u t Bowcut*ss sexual
sc
b e h a r* '
Center.
___ 4h*A .iir.
ResearchI Cc
io r, how h e mighi
ig h t b e tr e a te d
• Oneofevei
weiy tiifM wo^
Yhe Chur
hurch of.
a n d w h e th e r sucl
luch tr e a tm e n t ,
Naw.bulMIiig for S t Jer
J ero m e 's:
elilperalsne
h
ris
t
J « s« s C hri
would succeed.
The'Catholic church is 1bu rstisanefldedfive
Latter-day
^
ly £Saints
Bowcut, 29, was
<
years or less
ras evaluated
by
ing a t the seams.
***'•
. and the Cac
CadioUc
th e tw o d o cto rs a f te r h e ^ a a ^
PMpteinU.8 .
C hurch,
pF a g e E i
charged w ith a nun
num ber o f eeiu*
tiona. 57 percent
la rg e r n u a
a l abuse offenses.]
BS. Ho is expectare transfers
ers, having
to b egin, also
. ed to b e sentenced
. .
movedtheJri
i^ T u e r tO ,^ : y ;> J
»lr membership
p o sted Imj
Im pres- .
oney
from one congregation
cor
S th D i s t r i c t .J t t
to
sive s tats, The '
Burdick e t ^ cone
the same
LDS
Ch
h e s ta te ’s
another off th
' M .y.(cgM m y: Even tthe
tion or faith
grew IS pei
aentendog baaring
percent
ring.B 6 w c u th M
- .jl
hteen percent
in Tw in1 1FaUs
p lea d ed gu |lty ttoo l:4 c o a m s o r
Idaho^ l a ^ r director ^sa
iers, having
C ounty, Ifrom
switchers
lew d a n d lascivio
ivious c o n d u c t
Pa^ Dl
P
changed ^rom one denomi10,918 to> II
wid) a m inor undei
id e ra g e l& H e
nation or faltl
Faith group to
m e m b e
faces a potentialI m
nue x im u m a ^ .
il^tteen percent
County Cat!
another. Ei^
:atholic
*on e a d m
tence of life in prison
p ri
are returnees
ees,'havlngl)een
figures ju
n
ports
c o u n t and a possi
lum ped
tI»D i I»II«-J ioshua.B.
>i
>ssible $50,000
1
Dawn«,Jamaa,4,
Ma
Marty
and
Jonathan,
1
tra
m«
m
M
ibm
ofU
M
^taFM
s
ammunltyof
58 percent,
.. »
port of 8 com
.
fine
per
co
u
n
t
JJio'”
”
RilomiKlChurGli,
ih,
whare
mtfflbarshlp
has
skyn
lyrockattd during tha past decs
e c a d a , M co rd in g ts • o a w churc
attaCK:
faJih at some
me point In their
3,625 to S,74<
Lindsey hasn’ttsso
eenanyocW
lo
twrtlnliKly.
sn |percent are
T he
1 ca l
lUeyball
lives. Seven
padents with thee sam
si e tenden-eflects
i. hhaving never
re p o rt re
fi
e ro a d
first-tinwrs.
d e s Bowcut exhibi
tiibits, pointing
pat*
ittendedany-.
n atio n al
•
going to Sunday
£
IV School
at diis church,** sai
^conl^ulartyattei
“ i<'
out "we don’t see
e a whole lot of
te rn s . ^ ld
I s,
. PI
Dawne, whose family
fan
visited several churchi
St. Jerome’ss Iplans new building-E
e m atch
th is in southern1 Id
Idaho. T hat’s
Roman Catl
____
when they moved
i Twin Falls from Soudiei
ed to
t h Id a h o .
Sources; Ami
why this courtroom
3om is full and
and evange
~
•
C alifo rn ia four
u ry ea rs ago. S h e grew u
Igelical
irf'dfaiondnariont
nal loyaldes and successfulll U
^
th at cam era is badi
>ack there,” he
faiths
grew
famLutheran.
Her
hus
P ageB l
tiusband
grew
up
in
no
partici
Congre«8ttons
•grams in some churches,
^
said, nodding to th
diee audience of
, ,
la r religion. The:
hey had atten d e d a C alvat
tawne DalzeU’s dedsion topj®i5
i
^
about 40, which in
d
induded
a telei -------------------- 1 decade, whili
n California.
Chapel church in
C
th e Twin FaUss R eform ed Church weigh
morelibenlF
vision cam era and
rt
d reponers.
II Protestant denominadons vshiL ^ j f
'Shed
When diey acce]
ccepted a friend’s invitadon} i
side of family.
v tv ^
heavily on the sid
to9 ai
an Associated Press story. F
Exi
^
L indsey diagnos
nosedaBow cut
visit die Reformed
led
Church,
they
were
hooked,
“Our three bo
Joys (5-year-old Joshua, 4-ye
_
d te factorss liIncluding populadon shifts,
}row ith pedophilia am
an d obsessive
"T l-'P r^ ch tomg
g ^ was genuine, and the pn
ar-oldjonadian) absolutely 1(
■ ^ in s
old James, 1-year
JP
sweOingU.S.
S. n^ paiiic population, a lesse
a7
compulsive disorder
d e r, related to
j
Please see CWJRCHES, PageI A
o m i n g ijp
his compulsive sexui
sxual bdiavior.
U ndsey conductei
cted a psychoMedical q u n tlo n
sex u a l ev a lu atioon
n oi f ^ w c u t ,
How do you know wheth
J,
which is designed
tc assess the
d to
youp doctor is "question
risk of sexual reoffe
offense, idend. able?”
aa.
fy the necessaiy treatm
trei
snt and
W ith re s e rv o irs
evaluate th e likelihi
ilihood of sueTrout surplus - C l
c e s s o f t h a t tr eia tt
tm e n t. T he
Sunday In
d e p le te d , re g io n
—
evaluation focused
o Bowcut’s
id on
. Tho Tlmea^aws
Lost
St Vw inter, th e carryover wa
TIwAModrtw
rtedPrcM
s e x u a l h is to ry an
ar d sex u a l
^ a sll
l l but augmented by enougl
----------------------------nn ee e d s s n o w y w i nI tt e r
^
d eviandes, Lindsey
sey said, with
snowp
iwpack in m ost are a s to ge
BOISE - TT]he m other of slain
»®'
th e goal to ob tain
I
in full
discio'
agrictii
ictilture th ro u ^ .
Burley teen
enThej
lieA M O c litx im u
, . r
sure of Bowcut’s sexv
>exual history.
The
'he state m arked th e officia
ager Wend;
L in d s e y also3 e. v a lu a te d
In d ex
start
rt 0of its snow year on Tuesda;
Hunter calle«
BOISE *•Many of the resenn
B
ow
cut
to
d
e
t
e
r
te
rm
in
e his
;h th
w ith
I e u p p e r S n ak e Rive:
BWt h Iiat
a t converted southern Ida!
I . . . .E6
on state law
d a a ^ ...E7
Movies
‘'eagerness for chanf
lange” and his
reservi
ervoir system - which w ater
Ito
u gBgebrush
e
desert into million!
Comiu . . . .E4 Nation C4,5,M
C4
Ing
w illin g n e ss an d1 oupp en n e ss to
•
much
ch
I
of
die
farm
belt,
indudinf
lire
a ccres
re
of famous potatoes, su,
nigar
}g
treatm ent,
most
0 the M apc Valley - at H
st of
Community .'E5 OblUiaries
ies . .C2
Wflhn employ
to y e e ts , b e a n s a n d g ra in sI ia r e
ige
O ne of th e ttes
e s t s w hich
percen
cent of capadty. The averagi
C ro S 9 ^ ..C 7
Opinion..
:ify
drav
I ....,A 6
e r s to notif]
raw n dotm to their old stre
ream
alf
L in d s e y a d m lnn is te r e d to
~
for this
dii! time of year is about hal
bannels.
tien
dum
n
'
P
l
fam
ilies
vrhet
pearAbty . .C7 Religion..
Bowcut rates a sex
o
full.
ix offender
on
" •"
A e ir chUdrei
W ater experts warn th at uni
3)less
re n ^ ^ B ^ ^ H
i
r
,
1
0
factors,
Honitope .C7 Sports .... . .B l
Ami
im
erican
F
alls
R
e
s
e
rv
o
ir
w o rk in th
thie
th)e
e w e a th e r fu lly coopera
tf M
which
reOnce a score iss ddie te rm in e d '
ch ^ store 1.6 million acre
ir in g ,
LM.Bo>d..C7 Weather,
from
>r ...A 2
n m ^ ld a c e sIaas
i
■om now un d l late n e n spri
ct.
for a padent. thatt_5so
t, vms 3 percent full. The Oct
coreJs.com :________ _
Eson — D i»loo*«l»liiw Am
iwm raokO B -------------te.nnalecooom y-diat relies
6 ------ convicted-sej
— Mflgjc\Wley-Cl— West—__._C
.»m is31 percent.
p ared to scores ooff 1know n sex
r a t i o n could b e devastated.
ii
. offenders.
<L
t k o k v M I I H I t oK
d ilH b b M *
^1°TP
. .. .D i
World .......
. . . ' BaveriyHui
At
A
m
erican
F
alls,
y
o
u
’re
r
e
offenders
who have
r
ve reoffended,
*Tbls year, Idaho is going 'J
to* *
Iimt«r*s plea from die
ra l« H d lro in tlM d a i
,a
ik
i„
icing
ab
o
u
t
th
e
only
w
atei
er
T h e “ s t a t i c 99 a s s e s s m e n t"
b s o h it^ , totally dependent
steps of die State
Sb Capitid came in
absol
t>eing
lg iin the original river chan
?.a°S
" H i » - f « ~ l - » <lOve
« Boise
Ul-----=-doesn’t-allow-a-psycl
sychologist to
.-^1- -- .
conhincdon1 w ith die eiin g of a
thlee sn o w fa ll w e get,** stt
" Larson said.
nel,"L
id e n tify th e specifi
epartm ent o f W ater Resour
c ific risk for
lUxes
•
■jJJ*
p etition aasl
s k in g th e atatei
outh-central Idaho usually IS
ii
>pkesm an D ick L arson sa
re o ffe n se by an y ind
ir iv id u a l,
said.
In th e w in ter• cff
01 2p004)l, th e
' StQinme Coiii
oiirt tp reconsider its
1, and now its reservoirs arc
rhat, in m any ways, lAs set
re
Lindsey said, but docs
doc allow for
et us
snow fall w as ameea g e ry b u t th e
®
"°*»
■ ■ ■ ■ ilp
Please
ise8eeHUNnm,PafisA3 .upfo
p for disaster if we don't gettit.**
it
reservoirs had aI gp^-iquTyover.
g|
Please see WATER. Page! A2
A
Please see BOW
C
0WCUT,PageA2
,
Tirniar
eyOMtotTifl
f» Witter______________________
Lova for the hunt W/hhiile h u n tin g d e c lin e s nationally
1% , lo ca l
gnthum agm h a s n ’t seeem
e i ed t a
tW IN FFALLS
A
- W hen Dawne Dalze
5year-old >eg8 e d to stav longer a t Wedn
ednesday
pe Land, she knav she had fou]
found die
dl.
Izell family, plus 594 other new
lew mem*
---------------------- 1 b e rs a t Twin
eform ed
D id yoi
rou k n o w ?
j
fo:UGION
3
- M
S
[L'i
C
r.
J
Viainm’s family Econom
ly hingess on
wantss court
^
to reaxjnsider
precGipitation
■
&
’t t s s s
Wli^mdh pleadss for forgijrvenesscduring seentencin^g of 20 ye^ears
I s 'n a b t e r r o r
. s i b p ^t s i n ; O r e g o n
•dlireea
.
- ^
pleads
'Shoo bomber'pl
^
< B i f t y D >7--_______
4
TalibanI bblu t not fo r yotir cotmtry.””
U ndh’s parents, brother
bi
and sister,
In a 204ninute
20
statem en t, Lim
Jn d h
that many Amefici
leans will think his
expressei
s e d re m o rse fo r Joiningg th
ti e
sentence was too lei
lenient while others
TalibaiL*'
L "I undfrstand
so mai
many
will believe it was too
tc severe.
H H |
U.S. A tto rn ey P
F au l J . M cNulty, ■ H
^ ^ yrera
y h e n I[w
w;as
[real*
-a sk ed ifh e^ h o u ^Itt Lindh’s statement S B
i that _ was sincere, repUe
^ed, "T he in fo rm a * _ S B H
their ~ don he provided was'
w vievved by th e W B M
»w i ^ f a n g e ^ * '
coun as an acceptan
ance of responsibili* ■ ■ ■
£ |li,
plea,
ty and TU leave It aatt diat.”
n jH
•
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h
’s
pie
b u id c d a
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tid e d
f'? * *seseeUNOH.PaceAS
*
■»rs. S
sd ^ U n fc U d n g ^ to rl^
U ^ .S lS tr ic f J u d g e T.
p s iA ,V a .- J o h n Walker
,
a d iiajy eiy « a U A '-b6n»7~
liter cta rtle d th e n a tid ^
,e n s M r i^ lM b g a d n o u“ iW ““ *VTO2u*ye«r sentence Fridigr
.,
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D u ^ Osamli U n L ad « a _ _ ;|
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Ttortight: Brooz
oozy wilh d o c ro a sin g c lo u d sI L
I ow s n o a r 36.
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lig h t
T o m e rro w :.M
'Moore s e a s o n a l a n d sunny. Hig
Highs; n o a r 0 5 .
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ly c lo u d y a n d b ro ez y lo w in dJy.
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HiQhs from 50
5 011 0 6 0
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ig h s Irom 5 5 lo 6S:
Breozy with
rith
decreasing
^gdooda
63
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J to S A SilG
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his m asturbation, Line
• ate ly invokes th e Taft-H
•H artley
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na
in AiAerican |
th e comparisons.
t and dedares an SO^la
‘a g a r d e n
Hie W est C
O oast dock shutdow n
Act
c o n s id e rs B ow cut **a
day coolm anufacturing
-ing m ay ru n out of
i
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n, m
i
:r,"
w hich
ends soon,
i any U.S. factories
ing-off
period, manufacnirt
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rie
ty
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d
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r,
jrers will
parts and bei forced
for
to shut down
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. which has a possibl
; to shut down, anyway
i be able to avoid asseral
not
m ea n s he c a n bfe tr e
nbly line
assembly lines
nes in th e next few,
Hwmh
of
‘H ie highera tt2 on th e test,
be. pans;they need will :. ■iinterruptions, she said.
standard methods.
days, s a id D
Dai
a rre n M cK inney,
tible
B
b e tte r th e chance
< high score
: In a b i ^ o g of cargo,
' “The c h ^ e n g e is going
On Thursd(% Smith :
ng to be
sp o k esm anI fo
for th e N a tio n a l
tn& tllndseysaid r the score, t |u eaders s ^ d Friday.
t e ch a o s a n d bedlamI (on th e
' th
Association )f
ofM
M a n u f a c tu re
bem use Bowcift wa^ ea
tteC u
oregone'^condusion t lu t .;w
1 a i« as they.try.to pull
i!
W - W l “ o n tw oceit o f reoffend*
II things
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u n n i n g y n a g o in S t
so inany.-types of. p ro i
l^
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re
g
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tb
d
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^
^
c
^
o n e p o l ^ on each.
dut,*’
said
M
ich
ae
l
D
a m e r,
the wall veryr quickly,"
qui
h e said.
.behavior a t th e sam e"
e
0
items,
scdU
nf,
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a
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ih « pboM grapb^M
w spekeem to £ o » I ^ United
w e re ;^ o n g
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Bo
j
w e re n 't h is v i ||.U
I porf-«Sr?>>^-cam panies
es feeling
f
th » in c h
t you d e a l' •;. \y a te itm ) C
! « |n ,l d l f t v - .: f ^ ,t f ^ shutd
abuse an d his i M m
utdow n t h a ^ e g a n
ilm 'iuid t t iU ti^ tta S ^ l:
n te n c in g c o n tin u e s ^
tfng tb?:',?- S u n w - a t thhe
e nation’s
r
d W est
. . ’..gthAK d id say th at Mr
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r
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know t o h i n i . '''n c
r o n t i ^ ,^ (C oast p o rtss in
ii W a s h in g to n ,
iMrtanoIngtearing for Leslie
m ent program s cpuld.f
l.probabJy,' '.■•.lEvetftfPri
refers to Bowcu^s f
....... .. ..
O ^ o n and Calil
California.
\t Bomfl resumes « 2 p.m.
- b e modified for Bowcut.
It.
o f y o u n g g ir ls all
Iday In Ihe dlstrki courtreom of
W hen asked by Riche
fiert about
;
a d v e rtl« in g purpoj
Cassia County Couithouse.
th at comment, Lindsey
iy said he
Henfy-t
acifooini
ry’tU jke
;
likndPbrkDDom
c
GrouyLoke
iw slsfwtio h&i Men treating
>
whfch y¥en a c t ua^lle g e d ly fo r
disagreed.
Copoeil)
oeily 90,000 AF
Copocity 135.
poses,
im ages
35,205 AF
Copocity 15.182A
Pufit’sehedulMtotMtliy.a
B2 «
s riA o n ' th e Incem
i
L
indsey
considers
B ow cut’s
U vt
,
Conienii:^:
Uly traded and
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Contenh-11,741lA
AFi
ECjW )
b eh a v io r tre a ta b le bet
ec au se it
tm et. N one o f
p a tte rn i
was “straightforw ard aand sim^
T
i
.
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l
t
i
k
e
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i
v
e
r
re
considered
po
m
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pie.
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e
did
the
sam
e
thi
ihingover
tion "ind
L i a d i i y .t a r a t e ges,
B( though.
' and over and over.”
2 t p ro m p te d
iem ,’'L in
q q p d d ly S V ^ A F
risk ’*
rstem capacity:
Bowcut has “well abo
bove a 50
*y*^®
. s2. .!S * B M flt 8 ^ S f f i r
" 8 ( y a s s '^ s m e n tB o w cu t,as a
Contend-;
^ , 2 2 5 . 6 ^ |2 7 il
695 Acre Feel
ess" to be
4,045,69
percent chancc of succes
ra
tbe
Tutfsbay
proceeding
c** to reoffratL
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r
e
h
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b
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te
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in
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s
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sej;
s
a
id
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storage;
jms.
at o f P e t e r
Linds«
adding, “There’s no wa
vay I can
'
4^ 3
Thursday
L i o j w v i 2 ? h e .at
COm o d e ra te
response" ,
.System Is
_____________ ________ _ predict Mr. Bowcut’s rei
* B ow cftiM loM^risk I . .
know for
to treatm ent.
ra te
n i g h t7 )d<of behavior regarding
FolUDom ‘
B o w cit> " id te n stecouldn’t
s
U n d e r q u e s tio n in18
g from
and masturbaI,<72^90 Af
sk because of
L i n d >mography
^ t
p u l s i ^ « a e n .”..BjsM
C assia C o u n ty P ro s e
indicates (he) has a prob■
Conlant.:57,.
57,403 AFI3X)
able.”
o b a i d n ^ o » B o we csexual com*
. A tto rn e y Al B arrus', L in d se y
^
Lindseysaid.
jw ed o n th e
-H e p
• ft V
o f lBOia^ty?>egardiii
, te rm e d th e SOO-pluss p o rn o - ■
' ■• •
«D on '
re m o rsef
l y fr e Q u a a t m ^ast t ’s -le v e l
, g ra p h ic photos w hichJ ]Bowcut V
^ ^ ^ H X C o p o d t y iy
) ,J,200.000A
;
F>
tim es.*D gfD
L iw atd
L i n d i e ^ d . ^ e ■ding
ad: extrem erook and posted oo th e^ IUntemet , ' '
9785 A F f n r
H I H H i
Comanh: 779,:
s tu r b a tio o ,
out th at
d
clasdB catlon lupwaar
is e y , li k e S m ith on
as “repetitive compulsivt
ive obscsiim , ,
a d ju s te d th e
ods Bowo
iay, said there’s no way to
slve
behavior,"
which
I
is
rreat.
.•
•
rarird to m edl.
,|o „ „ tfor
„ ce rtain w hat Bowcut
“ 1 acUukted 'u p i^
. «h!e:.'
i n l M » o r l 9 » h e .b e . . •
but alwai
do in t h e f u tu r e . B ut
B o th d o c to rs s a id iEfowcuj
E
,
collecting
.ing i l a high levelrards
of because'
y thinks B o i ^ t is ‘^treatshbnld b e u-eated.
••
tion 4nd poniography
-H e p r.
L ip d s e y d id co n c ed
ide. t h a t
<
' Milner Oom
1 ofc m M tu r ^
„ p, r e s e 'q u h im s e if as
lokaSVolcott
Riria Dom
.
several ^ o u rs a day.
“even with treatmiflit,"-:
•^Bowcut'
Cdpody 38,000 AF
Copocily95,ieO A F
C op odly8 0 ,5 4 0 AF •.**
L i n d ^ said. And phyrevietvfor
the
Lindsey
st
seful.
H e f e h 'g u il t y a t ■ would likely “sdll-hsve an
81 inrert .
• Ort*nhB35.016 AF(92%)
.ev e iy d ay ,”
I „ Jo’ w
t h e d e m o g ra p h yyB<
1) -- Cqntenh:42,691 AF(45%) , C
ContanH: 28,475 A F |3 5 % r ;V
Lindsey s a l^ .p o in tin g . est
' in children," whichh m akes'
i e content o t
ja id , !ucc
lo o k i^ a t becAite t"ir
t during those g t^ ty peri- . him
i a pedophile.
Sevoe. U S. Bun
9urK>uo/«»domoliion
B owcut w as
inahisris]
d e y ia n f’ and focuse
'•A » o ^ O d .3
ivcut destroyed his collec> B a rru s a ls o q u e tstio
st ned
■incrensintfy
u e ,p i,e
com piiter pornography,
L>indsey ab o u t w h e n B ow cut
1 -^ —
used
on
chilBowcut’s
<
lib ^ c u t’s repeated
I '*i'i
yays felt a need to start
m i ^ t need to be m a te dd,, asking
^tw. •yw*
,
ng again and did so.
it .<it'it would m a tu rv if^ e .
I
jJ,
oi. ^ J
:ed
Si
r. 7?f
4
! r \.
i;.:> , .
: long-term h b ^ o S presents
as someone wKo ; : >»jjnt sexual t r ^ ^ # j j * t i l
-IW y
■ g g : ,- rvK
'k
-g g j r Itr ; -------------0 work on his behavior,"
:
t
t
G ^ la d & n
/said.
idow
o
f
Contliuwd
from
Al
_
“T
h
e
r
e
’s
n
o
t
a
w
in
d
t.
,.> - .i'
said.
% ^ W « lb c k .e lic u I a tli
dd. “The people who sell imp
D pleW hile snow
ow
‘
Sunday S7.00
p cut’s c a s e , L in d s e y
export
ufaity'we-’re-'goingj
mlen
en ts and d iesel for trac to
tors,___lions
is
goodlor
tto
iccess
would
be
“reduc’
— f ^ ^ . B c w c i J t , ”^ w a s t m
VajfcUsti'on phone iin
ley begin to suffer because» th
t e
is needed on the ^
risk of reddivism .”
. response,
*
b « t v ^ ^ ' « n d 10 tu n .
a g r « m g - t ^ itr; t t e a 't - ’” a'ifeimp!'brth«wj
nSm Sfauming
m
isn’t going on."
th e m elt is s te ad
a d yj a n d ru n o ff *
ite th e “heinousness" of
f e n t co u ld o c c u r a f te
do not k»c«ive your t»p<
lin o . « r . o i » n * ' ’: " “
te r ja il
ly hplrf in Oct
m
•ctober, s a id R on
Th
T he P a n h a n d le re ceiv e dd a n
maintains good stre
in . o nly. I f y o u tu r n e d cheskv,
streamflows well
call tta^apaiber for your
’s crimes, the num ber of
time.
.,
.
Abramovich, wi
w a y r supply speamp!
mple snowpaek last w inter
:r to
into the summer,
Burlsy-Kupen» p e r b y 7 a.m .. . . . . .
_ raphic im ages found on
I
point
th
at
its
lakes
are
abc
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bout
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tem
peratures
ou r a re a :
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p u te r a n d U if r d f l^ ^ o f
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'
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snow to
A brt
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mad o th e r U M « ..............
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still ~ a te £ 1 Nino p a tte
n has i t t i ^
te m
Bureau. Sh*^can}Si<rea4
■■ ■■ ':.yk
3
Beds more moisture. For'eiai
cam...
influeodng
much
l iof
o ftb e iM ^
205.677-40f^ £ x ® 2 , 2 i
10 per wick, dally only $3.00
le, Bear Mounjtain.near Lal
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•
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tt
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l
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f
c
.
mail at. "«ri<feail&rOid
unday only $3,30 per week,
and Oreille h is received 3
EnterpriiM. Ptrii
Honeddlvcfy:diaiyMdi
eluded In all above ratei. A
Q
S
hy T he TImei.l
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m y s l e l e p h a n p d ei-N
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Mper purwant to Scction 6CIho Code. T tw id iy l i hereto
tte d ay o f the week on which
Drill be publltbed.
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N.C . ( A P ) T h e rree m a in s w e re discov* CcnlkMMdfto«Al
B one fra g m e n ts; ai
a n d a s k u ll
ered Sep
Alexandria.I. \Va.. Lindh told th e
lept. 25 n e a r a hom e In
• fQpnd on a ru ra l ppro
r p e rty a re
S to n e v fl
topped in
judge diat “Bin Laden’s terrorist
which he repeatedly «to
flle , N .C ^ a b o u t 3 0
th e remains of a 9-year-old
9-yi
girl
m iles sou
9e himself,
attacks are3 ccom pletely against
iqld«entence to compose
louth of Jen n ife r Short’s
Mbo vanished after
1;
it her
parents___ home.
ird Reid’s
Islam, complei
contrasted with Richart
>Ietcly contrary to the
w ere fatally shot in their
i
hom e
, Jenniifi
laughter os h e pleaded1 {^ f y In
convendons( of
ol jihad and without
liifer b ad b e e n m issing
stfVen w e ek s ago,>, a u th o ritie s
^
^ tJ
since Aug
U ow upa
anyjustificadc
.ug. 15, when her parents)don wtuitsoever:”
saidFHday.
ith explo' “His grievar
trans-Atlantic flight witl
-M ichael
ranees, whatever they
ael S hort, SO, and Mary
' Investigators said
!s. He abo
may be, canne
lid they have
S hon, 36
36 f w ere found shot to
sives hidden in his shoes,
rmot be addressed by
not m ade any arrests
» ts but would
d e a t h in
in t h e i r B a s s e tt, Va.',
Uower o f
a c ts of injusi
d eclared him self a foUi
ustice an d violence
• lik e to talk with a m
n an w hose
home,
'Osama bin Laden.
ag a in st innc
inocent p e o p le in
rented house and mobile
me
hand, has
America.”
hom e
Investij
lin d h , on the other ha
stigators h ad said they
Ifr-R ockingham Coi
As the govei
C ounty w e re
b e lie ved
e d th e g irl h ad b e e n
consistently denied thatIt he ever
ivemment prosecuted
recently searched.
aden and
Lindh and R
d neither emerged
swore lo y ^ ty to bin Lac
abdticted.
id.
<cid,
rk. even
as more than
I soldiers In the
his A l-Q aida netw ork
in foot
though he acknowledged
ed having
terrorist ranks,
iks.
Lindh was5 captured
c
m et him b rie fly a t a m
ti ilitary
on the batDistan. He
tleHeld in Afghanistan
f^
training camp in Afghanis
and was in
the vicinity of'a
of prison uprising
roundly condemned thes tterrorist
ContlnusdhomAl
where CIA age
leader in his statement.
agent Johnny "Mike”
urianimous decisionn overturning'
o
O n th e N et
-to-coast
Spann
was
kU]
O
n
a
d
ay
o
f
coast-ti
ullcd.
Spann’s
father,
■ a $ 1 .8 million Judgmc
jment against
f,M o«„ pp roposed
terrorism
Johnny, told
.
developm ents on the tei
Id the ju d g e F riday
the state and a Burle^
rley car wash
w.nrt„/HS,u n te fU w
•
ifr o n t, g o v ern m e n t ol
o ffic ials
tiiat Lindh was
vas partly responsibte
for failing to adequate
lately monitor
for his son’s death.
dci
announced th e a r r e s tss 'of four
her daughter’s murden
/www.wen{lys)8w.8d(»r.com.
]people in Oregon and M
Michigan
“My grandci
dchildren would love
..Airs. H unter said ^md o n o f a
to know their
t would be back
on b a r g e s of conspiringS to
1 wage
ir dad
special W eb site “all
^allows u s to
L -^ —_
a
te
s
and
in
2 0 years,”
h .«iid. “The pun*
w
ar
on
th
e
U
n
ited
Stat
” he
help ed u c ate others
T S about th e
,
.. ,
Attorney
ishment docsn
isn’t fit th e crim e to
•s u p p o rt al-Q aida. At
d a n g e rs c h ild re n fa c e in tlie
[e»ir' d a u g h te r’s d e a th
ailed it a
. me.”
*General John Ashcroft cal
(ides tlie first
because! they
th both failed to propworkplace and provide
“deflning day” in the war
ir against
Ellis, howev
'ever, said he never
ervise him and force comst«p toward legislative:
S o ™ !”
would have a]
approved th e plea
<terrorism.
" H u n te r ’s attorne;
ney, B rec k
5““ “ with
"i' his probadon condiTwo
other
suspects
were
s e indictagreement if: the
th govemment had
S e in ig e r, ta rg e teId
d th e h ig h
■'"jsg h t overshown any svidence
evi
ed
th a t Lindh
court riiled
< and w ere being sough
ling that said
But t le
^ unanimous
i
court’s Sept. 13 ruling
seas.
Five o f the six name
a e d in a n
was responsil
isibie fo r S p a n n ’s
•re was nd reason, based
s
t t e H unter family fail
failed to protens,
and
death.
Lindh
t
indictment
are
U.S.
dtizei
h
told
th e judge. “I
I’s
past
performance,
for
•
incelojustU y
on H oods
vide sufficient evidence
p
ro
se
cu
to
rs
said
th
a
t
S(
some
of
had
no
ro
le
I
e in th e d e a th of
t
tbe dam age aw ardI againsc
at
th e
'h e s t "te! ' to su sp ec t h e would
them
took weapons traini
ning and
Johnny Micheai
eal Sparm.”
m u rd er anyone.
ar
T he court said
(
state and Mr. Wash.
th
iv e f to
Lindh pleade
ided guilty last July
in against
Mr. Wash was
t e n trie d • to trav<
Corey Hood had bee
been working
'
A
fghanistan
to
join
up
v
with
alto
supplying
lg s e rv ic e s to th e
u
n
ju
s
tifie
d
and
should
.
^
at Mr. Wash during the
the s p r i i ! ^
“ » ““ y
!mt
could
Taliban
and
ca
r
Qaida
and
the
Taliban,
bu
arrying
an explosive
ive been considered.
v
1996 when 17<year-oi
S d^V ?S dy
not
during commis
nission of a felony.
Ith er o r n o t th e Id a h o
^ get into the country.
irking there.
„ W heth
H unter was also work:
At his sentencing in sul
iuburban
Each count can
arries a lO-year senon of Hood’s
S upremee C
< ourt agrees th at the
However, a condition
in its opinion
ious statutory
analysis contained
co
probadon on a previous
[lu
B
id h1 e was tb
j ; n te r c a s e is flaw ed,
ra p e conviction said
iw m u st b e changed to
■
have no unsupervisei
Ised c o n ta ct
M"'"> law
g
p ro te c t th
(he th o u san d s of chilwith anyone under 18.
N O T IC E !
ose f i r s t jo b e x p e ri^
a f te r
‘**’en whho
In May, several weeks
we
I
We have cleaned
ed o a t o u r sto rero o m anc
in
place
them
in
contact
i ]
ind fo u n d
Hood quit Mr. Wash., Hunter
H
was
Ig
nuinerons rctireii
ivicted felons," Seiniger
e d D ept. 56 V illage piece
sees w h ic h
|
raped and murdered.I. Hood,
B
then
I I : have only increai
» s e d in value. F rid a y &
St !S a tu rd a y . j | *
2 1 , eventually pleaded
10 em ployers decline to
*I I ' o n ly m
b e oofTering
f
that killing and the mut
th ese p ieces toI th
tl e p u b lic , j . I
he
37
ce
n
ts
in
postage
^
74'year-old grandm oti
I
C om e e a rly foirr th e b e s t p ric e s a n d seli
lelection.
M
l i, to notify parents th at
4
weetcs earlier. He is se r
n-age children are workd! ■ ;
T h e C tco u n t i y G i f t G a r dd te n
^1'
sentence with no poss
ossibility o f
P»eif
ing in plao
aces with sex offenders,
J
parole until 2029.
jI ] ^.......
led the state
S dniger said,
sai then it is up to the
The Hunters claimed
orce
them.
V
and Mr. Wash were responsible
re:
Hunter
tei
tence.
The government told
Id Ellis
' Lindti also told
tolc the court that
las week that lin d h had ful
last
iilfilled
he n e v e r u n d ersto
e r o d jihad to
hhi:is a g re e m e n t to coopei
le ra te ,
mean anti-Amerie
lericanlsm nr terrorall
allow
ing p ro s e c u to rs tot> d ro p
ism and declared,
red, "I conilcinn termt serious charges th att could
more
<
rorism on every
>ry level tiiiuiiuivulia brought a life sentence.
have
«.
cally.”
j s.pan of the plea agreei
A
fement,
fle said he wem
ivent to Affjianistart
. neither
nei
Lindh nor his'familj
ily can
and enlisted in
th Talibaii army
n the
pn by selling his story.
profit
because he belie
elieved it wus "my
.
1
Lindh,
w earing glasses and
a
a
religious duty to assist
i
my fellow
‘ standard-issue
sto
g reen jumip
p su it,
Muslims miliiaril;
arily in tlidr jihad
still
stil has th e close cropped
id hair
against th e Nortl
ortheni Alliancc.V
sty he adopted soon afterr Ibeing
style
th e T a lib a n ’s< in
intern a l Afghun
ret
returning
to America. His ap]
ippearenem ies who eventually
eve
fought
an< remained a far contrast
ance
nfrom
ulong.side the Unit
Jnited Siatw, .«
thee Iw g-haired, bearded im
th
in age
G o v e rn m en
i
ntt officials
sanT
thsat n e projected on televl
th
ivision
vLindh a n d olher
h e r al-Qaiilii an d
aft his capture - a picture
after
r e that
Taliban prisoners
lers told U.S. inter­
she
shocked
Am ericans who di<
iiscovrogators th e Sept
cept. 11 hijackings
' ered
ere that one of th eir own
'n had ' were supposedi to
to be the first of ,.
be< fighting for the Taliban.
been
n.
three increasingly
igly severe attacks
“ want th e coun to know,', and
“I
t I
against American
cans. Their claims
waant to A m eric an peopli
w
3le to
have not been corroborated,
cor
govkn<
know,”
Lindh said, " th a t hhad I
emment officials
Si
dssaid.
rea
realized
then what I knowY now
abc the Taliban, I would nnever
about
<
hav
have joined them.”
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Idaho's labor, unions
The Magic Valley Cci
Central
Lalx)r Council is urging
ingall
union mem bers in the
le si
southern
Idaho area to registerr ttro vote in
the upcoming Novembe
iberelections and to then cxcrci:
;rciscyour
ht 1to vote is
right to-vote.The right
not a God-gjvcn right,
bi
t. but
raihcr, this right has been
bet
fought for by American
:an citizens,
and many who have fou;
fought for
this right will ca n y thhee :scars of
the f i ^ t for the rest of their
t
lives.
Once you have registei
sicreii 10
vole, please take the tim
"ndfd'a.^"
infonned about the cand
and issues at hand, then
en take
i
the
time to vote. We at thee Magic
Valley Central Labor Coi
Council
hope you vrill elect candi
ndidate
ng families
who care about working
I
and labor in the state of Idaho.
I
One such candidate IS Keith
1
Roark, who u running;fnrIdaho
fni
h RF u ark is
kttomey general. Keith
upponer of
h lifelong friend and supp
Cvganized labor. He was
as aactive in
>'s sooU
ed
(fae fight against Idaho's
s
t ^ g h i toWoric” Iawinl<
n 1986 and
^ n g l y favors the immei
mediate
repeal of that economical
ically disas*
trous measxire.
bor is
. “When organized labor
repressed, economic prog
rocess is
reversed. The anti-labor
ii
or initiadves of.l9S6 have brough
light lower
» and
wages to Idaho families
ai a
huge increase in the numi
umber of
E t ^ e s needing two, thn
three and
jnxnedmes four jobs just
i
tsttosurmd prevail'
Wve. The union shop and
ing wage laws are t t e con
comersbs in
«o n e of good paying jobs
w riittm .
U aho,"M r.R oaikhasw
Keith Roark is endorsei
rse d b y th e
Idabo State AFL<aO, the
th eM a^ c
Council
‘ib d the Bakery, Coofectk
ctiohery,
Grain
Tbbacco Workers and Gn
M Uers Local 282G.
r i ^ I o c a l unions in the
A a^c
le M
valley area have been giv
given
voter regbtration forms
f< your
IS for
d n v en ittice in registerinj
ling to
vote. If you have not been
een contfcte d by your local unior
lion to reg*
(Rbt; { d m e contact your
)urIocaI
o U onofficeforthislnfor
fonnation.
' Y o v voice is vIoL One
)a e v o te ^ourvotft " counts.
Pets are corconcerned about the
that they raised in theity to buUd a new animal
hould there be any
shelter, shot
■ question ab<
about what needs to be,
'\ \
done with tl1 the money?
Build an e new shelter, of course.'
If People foifor Pets stands behind
the welfare of the aniits name, th<
mals in the
le IMagic Valley needs
Irst, regardJess of who
to come first
imning.the shelter after
ends up rum
theQ tyC ou
k)uncU makes its deci*
sion. .
SCOTT B.B.SNOW
TwinFolblUs
L
iE T T E R
________________
_________ The Tin
’imcs-News
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S
te
^
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M H K
Why not madapt an older
for pet shelter?
bulWlngfoi
>
I
i
|l
imaauts could
industrial juggem
buy out th e Sletra
rra <
Club with
their petty cash.
Trice innuendoes
ses rather
i
th a n '
.name reference augi
augur that this
editorialist is terrific
rifled that sena*'
Chisholm is
torial candidate ChL
going to be elected.:
ed. The TimesNews usually feigns
^ s (objectivity
on candidates only
lly to
t< ^ e w e rth e
aberrant to death[1 aatt the last
m in u te -it’s only^October?
Oc
JTie Times-Netusv/o
$waffles on
ning. In District
■about forest thinninf
23 where Chisholm
lm iis run n in g - gebrush thin*
what forests - sagebi
ning?
The real stretchh comes
co
when ;
the editorialist tries
i blame the
ies to
Sierra Club for the
ie nnuclear waste
in Idaho bccause it protested
p
the':
Yucca nudeardum
unp.
p It was BiU
Chisholm who rotted
tted in a cold
jail ceU for months
b
lis because
he '
tried to stop the nud
lu d e a r waste
Ida h o in th e
from coming into Ida
first place. \Vhere! was
wa die 8 -ton
GodziUa while Chishi
lisholm was rot'
ting.in jail, sacriflcini
icing his free*
dom trying to saveeche
ch people of-‘
h asb « o m ea
Idaho from what has
biUion-dollar environ
ironmental
nudear disaster.
BUI Chisholm fougl
jught two bills. ■
sponsored by Lewis
E
>is Eiler
of the
ear-S B 1426 •
dairy lobby last year*
(would have allowed
i
fedcUsregard
for your personal “pubUc
“pu
interest” in water rights
tr
ts transfers)
and SB 1427 (would
Id hhave aUowed
tee
a political a p ^ in te
e ito fine any*
one who dared to protest
proi
a wat^rrights transfer withou
iiout a trial,
judge or jury)!
The largest radio0 station
st:
conglomerate inthenatic
lation has actu* ‘
ally censured Sierra
C
ra Club’s
ihdustrial dairy advertising
sing because of
pressure from the dairy
dai lobby
and its advocates with
Hrithout a stat- ’
ed reason? At the same
sam time. The ■
Times-News reponssthac
thi
Horizon’s KIKX isi hai
h a n ^ g th e '
bigoted name “fairies
ries” on the
Sierra Club because
se it stood up
for small homeowners
iers and smaU
farmers - hate mongei
ngeringand
the Constitution?
This old Republican
icon hopes BiU
Chisholm gets elected
;ted,ponytaU
aiid aU. God bless Ami
Americal
MAX HATFIELD
D
Dallas, Texas
.
I think thaiia t your anicle regardanimal shelter in the
ing a new an
Sept. 28, issue of The
,
Saturday, Se
f/s needs some darifi*
*
-Times-News:
cation,
'K i n I
Ir ^ U lk n
Ms.BIackvJcwood states that she
about what to do with
is worried ab
if donations that her
SlSO.OOOofd
collected toward a new
,
group has col
dter building.
^
animal shelte
^
|
Isn’t this mi money in a specjal
Or
at is designated solely
L:
account lhat
___I
to building {the
th new shelter? Was
2 5 ( cows and couldn’t do it a!
250
:aU
thousands of cow
ows are in Twin
Party
m y or forces outside his conthere some }stson of stipulation
himself. We had men that he
ie
• FaUs and Jerome
m e counties alone?
croLI
oL
He’U
caU
people
creepy
am
und-raising
was
being
when the fun
hired to milk. We needed to0 |go to
Pm sure that nun
lumber is weU over
weird
eird. But in th e end, for most( ogf
snly “People for Pets”
done that onl
school and these men needec
ed
100,000 cows. rh
Thiis is far more
us,ac
:, actions speak louder than
would be mai
n an a g in g ^ e n ew
money to live on. I guess that
wonL
lat we
waste than theIddries In these
irds and excuses and nameso, were the people
shelter? If so,
ly
counties produce
were an industrial dairy way
ice on a daily basis.
callin
lling.
loney toward the new
donating mor
back in the ’60’s. Is this wronj
jng?
Doug, you keei
eep
asking
for
a
lA'
LATHAM
WILLIAMS
ware of this fact? If
^My kids grew up working;oon
building awaj
solution to this! problera
pi
There is
Sun VaUey
Sun
case, I would think it
that is the caj
ims
the farm. The bosses they’ve
'e had
a simple one: Ic
is caUed a
c is
(Ed
(Editor's
note: Latham Willian.
be legal since a por*
-j_
would not be
sewage treatmen
ent plant. No dairy
since teU me that they workk ireal*
isthe
thevicechairman of the Idahog
tion of th o »seIfunds is coming
ly lhard. I am constandy
should be withou
out one <■a t its
•publican
Party.)
ity of Twin Falls,
‘y
;
from th e d ty
approached
by people who
Does
expense not thee taxpayers'.
t
ins that it is taxpayers’
which means
would like to work for me, or
lat m ake you
or
the sound of that
ilry Industry opposes
doesn't W o n g to the
T
“ ' have a kid that “needssto
money and Id<
they
ti
squirm ?There is one more sound
People for Pe
Pets to return or to
len public discussion
learn how to work,” hoping;rU
T
solution for us aU
aU .ItiscaU edvotOP^n
km .
hire them. I guess that an ind
n e to s e n d y o u
The effon by th e dairy indus
idusing, and it is time
The
^
T oebuildirding of a new shelter
trial
dairy is good for even mi
more
and several other
ie r la w m ^ e rs
try
t totostifle radio ads from theg
oiceofw how illbe
andthechoic
than producing high quality</rmilk
“back to th e farm
im .”
^
Sierrs
srra
Club is fu n h e r proof tha
the current shelter are
_products.
m anapngthe
Ijj.
KENNEY YOU
)UNG
theyc
ey do not w ant any public dis
tw o en tii^ ylyc different matters.
nai
Bill Chisholm seems to thin
link
Twin FaUs
cusslo
sslon of large confined anims
One should1h:have nothing to do
^aU ,mega dairies or even regui
{ular
opera
erations. For years, the^ havi
with th e othe
.
Hail
dairies for that m atter are in
mewaUed
th
e
cooperative
n
the
F
la
p
o
v
e
r
W
eb
lb
sKe
shows
sumx
_yji
Also it wou■ould seem that a per.3
evU dutches of “the cheese p
irk by county commissioners
d e n t animal shelter
fectly sulfide
S '
S t e n n e t t ’s l n lattentlveness
al
owners." I wonder whose dut
d members of che public to
could be buili
uilt for a lot less than
Club
In a two-page
e a r tid e in the
craft
es he’s in. Maybe the Sierra1C
ift a{workable set of environhalf 4 million
ion dollars. What about
^daim s him.
,lilum al, a re p o n er
ments
Wood R iver Jour
mtol regulations in the publi<
utilidngonet
le of the existing
t
violating sue difintere
I can quit shipping milk too
accused m e of vi<
erest. FinaUy last spring,
Idings that we already ' cheese plants if I want to. Th<
vacant buildii
hw
ferent state, fede
tderal and interthey
p
^ pulled
out of th e discus-,
dn FaUs? Perhaps the
haveinTw in
yoi
national statutes
:es for spending
sions
i
give me incentive to do a goo<
ns entirely,
ra th e r than
rould be enough for
$150,000 wou
accepi
job. Produce good quality mil
nilk
10 m inutes andi 330 bucks to reg;ept any limitations on theirf
renovation,I,ee tc , to have an
ister the Web sit(
site, dintsten*
dairie:
and they stay happy. S on offlik
1 e
iries. This did not protect
fadUty constructed in
a, .
. icceptable! £a
friends asked if I
them,
nent
nett.com. Old frit
the
Idaho State Ag Departme
jm,
because
th e counties
>ner tim e period than
• much shorn
Tm
had a good lawye
y e r. Someone
went
inspeaors. They m ake sure:T.
Radio stations sho
nt tot the state govem m ent
shoot
it would take
ke to raise $500,000.
asked if they coui
in compliance on oU sons off
ould have my
and
th state sta n e d issuing
d
the
dairy Issue messer
t > ^ ( ^ m ^ n o tK D m Miah
senger
Uonevis
A fterall,is.isn 't die bottom Une
^things. They have a more evU
rii,
seat on the Sun1 V
Valley City
dtatio
Itions.
ised
^d u ,t ^ y feel if anything!
HiitrtiidmtoftheMagk]
ikValletf
heiesuppoM
. to be about the
The isad p an is, 1[don’t
dot even
:he Intem et
Res{
Coundl when the
Sponsible
environmental
doubt th at they really
uWILLIAM BOKMA
1 - QnMldiborCouneaand
tnd the
anim alsrldoi
care
that
much
about
1
3ut the
mes*
police came andd took
t
m e away.
resear
earch from Idaho and other
a a m L ^2 ^a )
lu d i th e building costs
Z
care how muc
sage. As a lifelong resident
resi
of
ked up the story
states;
W hen CNN plcke
Twin
FaUs
tes shows that, connw y to
asloogasthe;
hey have some son of
Magic VaUey, I realize
ilize only too
>naUy on
dairy
L
and ran It nations
ly
industry
daim
s,
bigger
is
chaaceforac;
aquoUtyUfe.
S h w i ^ k n a n o l l l M sI
aweU that the magic:is
is long
1
gone. Inot better.
bei
Biager feeding opera*
HeadUne News,!, nmy kids wonEvery dairy 8hoi|ld have)
™
CAROLYNfNWOLTER
just
reaUy
hate
to
sec
i
15
lead
to
b
i
^
e
r
poUution
M
^c
anyone
tiy
iddy would be
tions 1(
dered when Dadd
I
« M ^ an d e x |M rieniice
ei
R,.tii
Ks
t e own sewage plant
problei
so hard to shoot thee mi
blems. Judging m m news
messenger as'
coming home.
^ So,aaidUcatlon.’e iiergy«
yand
tho local radio stations
ons and letters to th e editor,r,
In response to Rep. Doug
ions have
to do with
reponj
So what am I going
go
^qpiinfmoe m ean coaunitt
nitm entto
Family dain
ilry farms take
jon
ny M ^ c VaUey residents
done. Do you assume
Jones’ coimnent about the Sie
:t.com Web site?
manyJ
ne aaU your Us*
>ierra
the cUntstennett.c
jfOcffiAn these important
lerstand this and want some
teners are anti-enviror
S ub’s ads being “pretty caust
ironmental
ling. I didn’t repsunders
istic,"
Absolutely nothini
■vlronment .
K SS.
careofenH
w W titiiould a p p ^ to the
sonable limits imposed for the
Immm - these ads don’t bum
he
and pro-mega*dairy?
t.com to misreprereasoni
m my
ter clintstennett.o
AU Idaho>ddairies are tamily
date of jtour choice?.
d of
^ e s and lungs like driving by
sc Ipictures of him
s ood
ol everyone.
t>ya . sent Clint o r pose
This is for Bob “he
a
tie ain’t
indeed, aU 797 are
edication
farm s. Yes, ,in
; SometiiDes energy, dedi
1EPIIEN POPPINO
arge dairy does. They don’t stink
st
from his donors.
. or soUcit money’ fr
funny”
Adams.
1
kinds
inda think
edi Check it out for
and eaoeriencedonotbrii
bring th e
family-owned
WinFaUs
lor do they breed flies. So hej
ley.
No, I registered cUntstennettcom
di
most decent peoplee would
wc
rather,
Even the big, nasty,
outcotnfc we want, but are
ire these
yourm ves. .E’
Doug, teU us what is so “causC
istic”
to make one simpl
iple point: CUnt
-ju —
be caUed “fairies" than
thai “smaUes iare family farms.
rmous
m ega dairies
fiiree words noc synonynifl
torlal cloaks politlcal
tbout them? Maybe the truth
issedtheboac.H e
Editor
Jl is
Stennett had miss<
minded bigots.” I’ve
ol got
'e also
Udate has
Thanks for tb
th e compliment, Mr.
fn,,,
^ t h success? This caadidi
austic tbyou.
should have registi
istered che site
attaci
your
new
promo
ready
ady:
“At
ackon Bill Chisholm
that-fam ily
yYou and your feUow legisk'
ommunity . Redf 6 n j .H [ofoels
ei
dedicated 16 years to comi
layears ago befores someone
s<
else
KIKX, we speU Rednei
dnecks R-E-D*.
he Times-News editorialist’s
« c t i ( ^ have proven
lascomfsim ers’ praci
and county tasks. She has
<
ors have done everything yoi
ou
did. He’s the Idahc
Iho Senate
N-E*K*X.”
OMtory and inflammatory
Oiitted her energy to'roaki
aking .
o v erth e y eaars
n th at they are
a n to make Idaho a “Form
Minority Leader, h
This is for the ones
v>ho pres*-;:,
esw
cle about the Sierra Club
to
good steward]
rd s of the land and
\ycl
Elmore County a betterr place
pl
iVclfare” state. Exempting yo
you
p an of Idaho wich
sured
the
other
radio
si
iio stations
to^tj
; actuaUy about BUI
live.
good neighboi
bors.” I’d Uke to
and
md your buddies from payine
ng
highest per-capita
puU the Sierra Club-spi
>sponsored
sholm.
I'm taking good care
pgfj
former
think th at Tm
■ Her experience as a fon
wrsonal propcny taxes on yo
/our
te^nology infraso
ads.
You
got
your
stirdc
tiiUdng
he
real
8
-ton
GodziUa
in
mmerce
of th e propen
erty th e Lord has
cqui
teacher, chamber of comm
iquipment was a good one. If
the owner of a Iocs
dairies,
you
don'
have
t
ive
to
rub
outM
ho is the Idaho Association
member, business owner
e raa n d l ^
^venm el
ere
and he doesn’tre^tS^hL°SSS
g
‘f cCommerce
™
rou and the boys in Boise wer
noses in It.'
and I^idustry
islator establishes h er con
MramitDon’t believ
ieve the anti-dairy
asir
ur
name?
IS interested in educating our
And lastly, for the
T'
le Twin
Flats!;*
uding its mem bers like
ment to the needs of other
hers.
rhetoric putt fc
fonh by the Sierra
kids
Ite as
The truth is, CUr
uds for the future of our state
5.
City Coundl: What would
wo
you
ilisher
Hartgen of The Times' of the letters to the
you
As a former educator, I1 1underClublM anyol
'ou are in giving a tax-free rid
id e
register the site an
think
about designatin
ating your
ts,
former
Republican
ore anti-dairy ore
stand that not all legislativ
Btive d ed editor that arc
implaln that
>ea
newspaper to com]
u to
agriculture, there might be
downtown streets with
lirman Clark and his inter*
vith their c o ^ j
Sierra folks. By using
futu
sions are popular, but som
om edm es
written by Sie
lings
someone beat him
uture here. The way it is, thin
rect geographical dire<
iirection?
-;
ional Monsanto Corp., worldd
those decisions are misint<
interpretinflammatory
iry words Uke factory
don'
about him. I wish h
lon't look so good. Of courses oc u r
ling confined anim al feedYou know, like northw
thwest,
■- z
ed. Perhaps all sides of the
the issue
farms, industr
strial dairies, mega
hone
We would have hat
lonorable Gov. Kempthome) hhes
operation
operator
J.R.
southeast,
etc.
That
t wc
would'be ^ ;
d to
operations, pprofiteering
r
have not been explained
ti you.
and corhis
s
about it, and I mSi^
Js share
of blam e to bear ast
h »
S fplot
o who is cutting jobs in
much less confusingg and
ar more
- porate g r e d^, the
i Sierra Q ub
Rome wasn't built in a day,
da> ntir
weU.
it to him. Instead,
«U.
J, Ih e called the
cass'a
sia County, foreign owned
informative. Fm only
ly h ere to : *
^ legislative isAies bes solved
so
in
and its Uke ttry
^ to influence you,
huge
newspaper. He ca^iled m e creepy
II rrealize that dairies are a hti
c processors lik e Glanbia
help.
i n e sessioti.
the averaget rc
reader, into thinking
pan
lomy
and weiH.
a n of southern Idaho’s econoi
numerous
dairy
lobby
JERRY CRAWFORD
)RD
^
! SherSelimanexemplifie
[ifies.
that all farms
ns<o r dairies that
(ifn<
Voters Uke me ir
if not die whole economy),
nbers, et. al. Any of these
WendeU
t o e r ie n c e in the Legislati
latune.
* don’t fit their
i r idescription of good
Thet
ho
trict are questionin
here are many dairymen who
■ Select SherSellm an for■District
Di
operadons are
ire these “bad
go
-------- in g if maybe it’s
use
ship end wonderini
0 to great lengths and expens.
22 state senator, Novembe
iber2W 2.
things," They’
!y want you to join
toke
n.
time for tbe more
e
e effective
lead*
r
3 keep their operations dean,
.K A Y L.N EA L
their side. Unf
Jnfortunately, there
But
t
FauUener offers
i)o
ershipthaitTom Fa
iut there
are many as weUwh(
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lental rape.
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tes
iz e th a ^ a s fe^nu m e ^ we would
or
cUntstennettcom,
i hatelsehas
VMtare of p e tl comes
According
to th e Centers for
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m ies of someone in
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ly
he missed? And, ooff course, CUnt
become enemi
tisease Control, an adult daiiy
jlrtt In shelter d lw umui Iah
ourcotmtry.W
.
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j
____ wiUhaveananswei w erforaU hisThti
DW.produces
120 pounds of—
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ird and writers of editorials are
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mani
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f«
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rump,
David
Cooper
aad
Shelley
F
leyRideBoar.g
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0 nd milk thee C
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Churchee s _____ .
ContlniMdfromAl grams were great,” Dai
Dawne said.
“It was just e a ^ to be5 there."
th
Don Christensen, the
* e minister
of congregational life
te 'who conducts membership class
lasses at the
R efo rm e d C h u rc h , ssays the
ch urch's team of sixX m
n inisters
w orks h a r d to b e oni
one of the
churches in the commui
Biimitywith
a spedal gift to offer --wwith focus
on re le v an t support gr
groups for
a n g e r m an a g em en t,. erief
g
and
sutetance a b i ^ and ^ n o r a m p *
building program s for
o r children
and youth that contain
;
m generous
d o ses of fin e a r ts , spi
s p o rts am i
Bible study.
T he church’s Christ-<
St-centered
elief in the
d octrine includes belie
of God and
alone,
and
justification by
ali
!lementsof
Its services include elei
aldtheconboth the traditional and
temponiiy.
denomina**We are a mainline! d<
wm inadons
tion, and mainline denon
rm atio n in
nee d continual reform
h
ris te n s e n
o rd e r to th riv e ,” C hri
ity of mainsaid. In fact, a majority
rches have
lin e P ro te s ta n t church
b e e n lo sin g m emi bc
b e r s fo r
decades.
the nation*
This time around on1thi
al c h a rts , th e P rejss bb y te ria n
Church (U.SA.) postedd one
oi of the
ses am ong
m ost significant losses
moderate and liberal Pro
Protestants,
percent to
dropping by nearly 12: pc
3.1 million.
lie populaC redit th e H ispanic
.Vest
w ith
tio n boom In th e W
e
g ro w th In Id a h o ’s C a th o lic
C hurch. T h e s ta te ’s; H isp a n ic
p o p u la tio n ,
t r a dd iitio
t n a lly
•led during
Catholic, nearly doublet
of
th e 1990s, to 7.8 ppercent
en
00.
Idaho’s num bers In 2000.
irector of
C olette Cowm an, ddin
com m unications fo r th e Boise
D iocese, also c re d itss tl
t h e U.S.
bishops’ increased eva)
vapgelism
efforts and the state of' th
the world,
w ith m ore p e o p le “ tu rrn in g to
faith for comfort.”
Roman C atholics rem
em ain the
la rg e s t d e n o m in a tioon
n in th e
United States, AP report
}orted, but
the LDS C h u r ^ w h l ^h hhas been
sending out large num ber
x r s of misslonaries for years, holds
ds ithe title
of fastest'growing churcl
irch in the
countiy.
“We have a message(that
th: helps
answer people’s question
ions about
w ith analysts
s ts from 149 o th e r
faiths. The U.S.
U.; Census B ureau
does not coUe
Uect inform ation on
religion, so the
the Glenmary report
is an eagerlyf awaited
a
barometer
of w h a t's goii
oin g on in sid e th e
country's h ^ oJowed
v
walls,
T he good ne
new s for people of
fa ith in soutl
u th -c e n ira l Id a h o :
Church membe
jbership rolls are up
2 0 percent.
The bad new
ews: The population
th a n 25,500, w h ile
“ P m ore thi
ch u rch m emnb e rs h ip n u m b e rs
have increased
I only 10,700.
sd by
The bottom1 line:
li
Congregations
work to do as th ey
n^ore wo
move onw ard-;
I- a n d upward.
M a j o r c h u r c h m e mn b e r s h i p In I d a h o
1990
3000
%ck
As»mM|ofO
jfGod
13.781 (1.371t)
K)
' - 18.745 (1.45%)
:
BoannCM
ihollc Cfioreh
73.897 (7.34%)
K)
130,847(10.11%)
;
”
cnmnMJ«i«
letus Cnrfst
Ifi
oflalm/uys
lySoJnts
268.060(36.63%)
K)
311.425 (24.07%)
3
aorctib(tl»l
J»Na»refw
13,560(1.35%)
K)
15.320(1.18%)
:
^
.
ev».|!.m IuLutheran
«
q 7^
chuiOilnA™
!
unerIca
12.711(1.26%)
«)
13.187 (1.02%)
uiUi.r«nCh«r<
hurch
s,™
yrwd
sootmm Bwi
eptlst Cortv«nUQn
13.303(1.32%)
«)
15,802 (1.57%)
0
^
•2 2 %
13,389(1.03%)
15.456 (1.19%)
' united p>(em
odi Church
rwdlst
20,979 (2.06%)
0
17.683 (1.37%)
-1
Note: Figures
li parentheses ara the percentages
BSIn
{es <
of Iho total state population for, .e^ h
(tenominsUon.
on.
5
.
Sources.'American
utn iR e l l ^ Data A n h h t. 3000 U.S. (Census
'
d Dr.
life, said
I Brad Hobbs, th e
church's Twin
Tw Falls Idaho Stake
president,
i ho also no ted th e
t, w
f of th e church’s emphapopuiantyol
d values
and home life.
sis on good
\<
In th reee
e Id a h o c o u n tie s lassia and M inidoka B laine, Casi
irch m em b ersh ip h a s
LDS Churc:
dropped aa bI it. H obbs said th e
Jght be the lower popureasons migl;
with num bers in Cassia
laoon growtl
doka and th e varying
and Minidol
Individuals In B la in e
«n»x of Indi
County.
irch
“Hie churcl picked up 683,206
ide, for a 19
m em bers nationw
nt
iin.
percent gain,
lile, th e very evangeliMeanwhile
:m Baptist Convention
“ 1 Southern
grew by only
onl 4.9 p e rc e n t, b u t
re m a in edI tl
th e n a tio n ’s la rg e st
with nearly 20
ProtestantI group,
gi
m iiiio n m em b ers. R om an
m Is th e largest s in ^ e
Catholicism
ation
in
tfie co u n try ,
denom inatli
ilion believers.
with62nuUic
several of the churches
LocaUy.sej
ed la rg e g a in s h a v e
th a t posted
imbers than the m ajor
smaller num!
re lig io n s In
li th e a r e a : T h e
Airoy grew 185 percent
SalvaDonAn
in Twin Falls County, from
in
im 67 to
19 TTie Church of God in
191.
Miennonite Church, with o
M
ga
gations
in Buhl and Filer C
Vi
View),
grew 42 percent, fro:
to 290. The M ennonite Cl
to
ch J“
U.S A . (Filer M ennonite Cl
U
Church)
g r 14 percent, from 90I to
grew
t 103.
Tli Foursquare Gospel de
The
nne
a tio n p o s te d a 400 pe:
in<
increase,
from 33 to 165, wi:
ivith the
Tv in F a lls C h ris tia n C<
Tw
Gospel
be
becom
ing a F oursquare G
ch
church in 1996.
The Rev. Dale Jones, a C huidi
ofNazarene minister whoI hhelped
of
ovi
oversee
the new stirvey, tol
told AP
th;a t one of th e m ost trou
th
tr<n d s was th a t m ost rell
tre
gn
groups failed to increase thi
the perce:
centage
of m em bers comi
wwiith th e total population,
n. This
wa espedally pronouncedd iin the
was
W< he said, where people
West,
le “consid
sid er them selves religious
us, b u t
soi will say you don’t ne
some
need to
be
belong
to a ch u rch to be
gio
gious.”
(
Glenmaiy,
In NashviUe, 1Tenn.,
1sta Catholic social service oi
is
organi*
zat
zation
that coordinates itss :study
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Baseball.......................B4..
. Scccion Ii
Alnaheintn ralliies to !knock
■
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ork
r n i n g
po r t s
----------------------- ^In 'JSIDE—
s
------- :
Darin Ei
Entad hit a tiebreaking
double in
in the
i d g h th inning and
Tim Salmoi
mon followed with a tworun homer
ner as th e Angels again
rallied, overcom
ov
ing a five-run
defidt to
>beat
b« the Yankees 9 ^ on
Friday nigh
JghL
ed by an o u ts ta n d in g
effo^rXrom
*; 2 0 -year>old rookie
reliever Francisco
Fn
Rodriguez and
its bullpen
wn, Anaheim took a 2-1
lead in the best-of-five AL division series.
es.
The Ang(
ngels can clinch' it when
their ace,, Jarrod
Jt
Washburn, faces
David WelU
ells in Game 4 Saturday.
The Yanl
ankees, however, faced
AL Division Seri
ries
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east s^cessful teams
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,
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rear and failing to win
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irk 6
strik e awayy from th e W orld > H
Satimlay'sOama
Series in 1986
)86 before losing th e
H
* New York (Wells 19-7)
7) at
last three game
mes (0 Boston.
H
Anaheim. 2:20 p.m.
Now, the Ar
Angels are one win
H
Sunday's Oams
. aw ay-again.
I
• Anaheim at New York. S:5J
;55p.m..
g .| in th e th ird , they
If necessary
began th e ir’ com
c« eback against ^ ■
Mike Mussina.
la. This was only the '
ai
an even more desperate sii
la
^ I Yankees postseason
last year in the first roundd iBsainst
history
that
the
they've blown a fiveH
O
Oakland. After dropping tl
•w Y ^
run lead and los
two gam es a t hom e. New
tv
M eanw hile,
le, th e A n g e ls'
H
came back to advance.
ca
The Angels have been'i
n'one of
Pleases*
e see ANOOS. Page B2
|
%
Ai
Anaheim
clossr '
Tr
TroyPsrclvsl
cslsbrstssthe
Angels'
win
over the Yankees
Friday In
Anaheim.
S
V(Mi
^
----- A SMASH^ING EXHIBn
[TIO N -----------
C4
IFalls
back
s up
[lort
Al
ov
Ftl
Ar
tmaocrb^ou)
..Mru
.
T o d a y ’s s c H E i
College velleyball
CSI a t North Idaho, 2
College baseball
Team Idaho a t CSI, nc
a ll
Hlf^ school football
Owyhee at Jackpot,U 1 P-m .
High school volleybt
^ball
Burley at Dedo, 6 p>JD.
jn
H
H
H
in r e s p e c t
-- Twin ]
comeb
comes
just sh<
school giris so<
w ccer
Burley, The Communii
luiity School
ac American Falls, 11 a.n
Pocatello at Jerome,}, l:
1 1 a.m.
.
Mountain Home at Tv
Twin Falls,
1 1 ajn.
SSaB w B
‘ I t w ould h a v e
ic k m e n tio n e d
sin fo r y e a rs ,
t g arnered Twin
n u c h -d e s e n re d
*
_c^ . hpM |^
I n B R IE F
Hamblin and co
move up to 13t
3 th
LAKE BUENA VISTA
(TA, Fla., A team representing Tw
Twin Falls
Municipal Golf Course
« rrecorded
a gross round of 57 onI Ft
Friday for
a three^lay total of 174 to stand
in 13th place followingg tithe third
ro u n d of th e 2 0 0 2 Buick
Scramble National Finals
lalsatW alt
D isney W orld in L ake
ike B uena
Vista, Fla.
Muni pro Mike Hambli
iblin. along
w ith J a y B rid e, A llan
an' Howa.
Dave Little and Brock
:k ^Weaver
are now assured a spot
pot in the
final round on Sunday,
/, ccracking
th e top 24 out of a field
eld of 261
teams.
S econd
ro u n d
le a d e r
F o n ta in e b le a u G o lf'C
M iami. Ohio, and Stone
G olf C lub of W est Lal
Township, Minn., IcadI th
the gross.
division follow ing th e
ro u n d o f co m p e titio n
under>par 168.
A team from the Idahi
Q ^ t i y Club fell to 21st p
-
f
j
V Ie rid ia n
school boys so
soccer
Burley, The Comm.
n. JSchool at
American Falls, U a.m.
m.
Mountain Home a t: Tv
Twin Falls,1 1 a.m.
Jerome at Pocatello, S
,
I
I
I
w ^ m
\
idM Brawtr CeU airborne to hH
AHHMw
t ar
an overhead smash while dout
)ubles partner Ooug Kaut watch
tcbes. Browar snd Sandra Phillip)
Nips are both pros at Qalnesvllla
Country ClubI in Florida and are In town teKhhi
ehing a series of clinics for loca
cai players. Brower and Kaut: won
«< the match by winning two
VO\tie breakers In a row to win
the match 5-7,:
■7,7-6, U-9 (tie break) over Phlllli
hllllps and Morgan Shepherd, wl
who Is the executive directorr of
ol ths Idaho Tennis Msocistlon
■ »
Eatgles hitt road fbr‘mu:ist-win’
i’ game
C
a r : ,S
fe rid ian saw its
irate in th e fin d
ins running back
iiauled in toudiS aiid 24 y a rd s
B r u i n s g a iud
n 'sp an io 'tu m ft
a 2 0 4 7 th rille r
i n l o s s t o M al t W a rrio ra
7lwTlmea<«sws recovered Twiii
Ide Iddc attem p t
;
MERIDIAN -t Ito
t hold on fo r
h
b e e n a com eback
ottw ll victoiy.
ag a in a n d ag aerestin
in
g in th e
Instead, the lossf tga
e r C as ta g n o
F a lls som e muc
seconds left fol;
respecL
eption by senior
Undefeated Meri
large lead evaporati
1 recovered th e
m inute after Bruins
playi later, quarAlex Castagno hau]
M artin fo u n d
down passes of oSp«e n fro m 24
during a 16 second
s k s le ft to
12 tic
20-3 gam e in to a 2
F rid a y n ig h t recovtfies
al
was
Stadium.
ir.
Meridian (SO) erec
3-2 Bruins did
Falls second <»slde
i competi*
; very
with 32 ticks left/el a f te r e n jo y - .
the high school footb
14A squads.
Things got in tere
>le questioned
fin al m in u te afte
e rei a d y ,” said
scored widj 47.9 ks eSachaal. “ W e
lowing a long recepti
lestions.”
Andy Coats.
a showed th ey
Twin Falls thenallrethrough the
onside Idck. One pla>
I. It was nearly
te rb a c k Luc M ar
C astag n o w ide 5-for-70
op<
fo r a
yards out with 32
t and two
irards
make it 20-17.
s ta g n o m a d e
But two onside rec
for 1 1 0 yards
too much to ask for.
Page B2
While a loss, theBRUINS,
3-:
. prove they can be ve
tive at the 5A level i
ing success against 4A
“A lot of people >
w hether we w ere rc
head coach M ark S<
answered those quesd
The Bruins also sti
could move the ball t
air when required. It
enou^.
M artin w ent 25-f(
career-high 289 y a n
-----treak is over.
touchdow ns. C asta
seven receptions dians
for siiapped
b egan in tl]e
Please see B«U
as o n w ith a
tort in the secie homestandP o c a t e l l 21-20
c
Friday
“ Physically we
'e ai re way m ore talented,"
Stroud said. “But
u t I know NIC won’t m ake
many mistakes. The
rhey play good defense, tran3B
. sition well and serv<
:rve well. They do everything
H
they need to hangg with
w teams.”
■
\om
I h e Cardinals (2-4,
(2- 7-9 SWAC) have stnigKtns B h s. Aasts. M e t Ao*
Five teams at 39-under-i
■
the College of Southern Idaho
ho voiA/Snda Santos
28
gled against the co
139 116
6
125 28
will be competing in a chit
conference’s top tier, dropn
travels
to
North
Idaho
C
^
i
^
e
g
e
Kelly
Palva
139 15
201 157 34
ping four straight
Satiu-day morning for one
ht afte r hom e wins against
(Is
day fo r a 2 p.m . S cen ic W
W est
Shawna Lancasterer 0
0
3
85 0 0
lowly Colorado N
Noorthw estern and E astern
advance to the final round.
,
A thletic Conference m atch
h tth a t
ArKlreta Santos
89 56
21 132 20
Utah.
k has suddenly becom e pivo
ivotal,
Rosie Lewis
57
16
3
30
4
The
NIC
losses
c
ts
cam
e
a
fte
r
a
tum
ultuous
__
BoguslawskI fires>ace
a
p esprfally when consldaiiig
ng the
Maiy Branch
week that saw head
0 0
1 4 0
rad coach Carly Curtis resign
district tournament.
Jayli Jackson
93 57
3
33 19
last Wednesday, the day before a sweep a t the
a t Clear Lakes CC
“Another loss and we can
I
an forEri^lsh Brodbeck I 9 2
129 92 15
15
hands
of
14th-ranke(
iked
Salt
LakeCC.
She
d
ted
^
BUHL - Dennis Bogusla^
slawskiof
'g e t a b o u t hosting,'* saidd <
C SI
Mlndm Maglll
1S4 33
292 112 13
family reasons. Fom
Ormer CSI assistant and NIC
^
W endell sank a' hole inn cone on
hea
lead coach Ben S troud. “It
It iis a
Kerl C < ^
72 55
10 20 00
' mentor Bret Taylor'
or was named as head coach
H o le No. 12 a t C le airr ;L ak e s
definitemustw
tw in.”
and enters this week
sekend 0 -2 on the season,
iron firom
Two'homei losses,
la
Country Q ub with an 8 iroi
induding a sweep a t ith e
Totals I
Katie Ziegler and
I,”
n d Amy Stranger are talent132 y ard s out. T he witc
ritn esses
hands of Salt
)ge on
Oppownts
lit Lake Comm unity College
531 113 458 572 80
^
ed setters while Mei
ke
Megan Guenther and Nicole
se, J im
Sanirday, has
t 6 Eagles looking for answ
w e re K en A m brose,
u th
uw ers
Sputhem Idaho
752 195.5 671 7M 133
inBrouillard arc thee titop hitters. Guenther and
Inkle and
and e strongg road
r
Ambrose, Gary Van Winkl
perform ance to right
i e
ht th
I----------------------r ~
Sarah Hansen lead
ti team up front.
ng
d the
CSI ship,
George Oppedyk. _
Kelly Paiva leac
sids the team with 2.91 digs
S t® ___ _The_effort_will 1cecertainly.be th ere .fo r the
____ __________Hiat-shouldl
ie ro«>
game and in aces.
‘
Id happen if-you look a t the
r
s. The
sophomore is a versati]
lgu
ters. On talent
nt ca lm ^ this one is a m ism atdt
td t.
player, hitting fn
From th e back row and fror
BuketbaM offlclais
ip“They bre gettin
ting th e m ost out of their
Amanda San
»antos leads th e team withtl 2.78
2.
' lin e a f te r s ta rtir
[ing th e season as a settei
[JJJ;
kids," said Salt U ike
k e coach Julie Morgan.
kills and 2.72
72 Iblocks a gam e a n d is a go
good
Soidiomores Jay lili.Jackson and Keri Coats bot
“
will meet Tuesdayf
average a little mo
nore than a block per game.
PlesK see CSI, Page B2
s. •
H A Z ELTO N -The fiiM
rst meet*
i u fo r high school baski
isketball
T>
' officiating certification is s
Tuesday a t 7 p jn . a t Valley
School. AU o m d als planni
Tall, 1-0 Great
1
s y a p s s k!Tsi to no yards
certify for th e upcoming
s
g season
BrBradjfSM«w''
Washi
u f a i n ^ isD^t such a bad thi
h im
which is 17-6 aU-tin
•time in favor of
“Thoj
hose e r e t h e th in g s th a t
cbould plan on attenduic
in g . F o r
Idaho State Jowt
er and Just 40
tmtit__________ ^
vrhen
len th e Big Sky C onferen
snce
Eastern Washingtoi
{ton. The Eagles . kee^die
them
good.”
*
m ore infonnatioo,
ict Braat
u th e Indians
me kicks off at 7K)5 pjD. MD
1
DT.
have hung 30 p lints
^ i or more on
How
(
w good
th e E agles a r e in^
b e a t s J e Une
n deficit,
K erbs a t 208 6784256i ootr 678.
FOCATELLi
LLO - In h i t f i r s t
. ."W.
'W e’re re ally focused on tl
th e
Idaho State 16 dme
mes w d 40-plus
2002 isis debatable.
d
They’re led by
3432;
g am e a t Wooi
he difference.
(.
oodw ard F ie ld in
momi
> m eat," Id a h o S ta te coai
lach
seven times,
,
.
.
seriior
tr
By
Scott
Thompson
r
transfer
quarterback
Josh
_
C h eb^ .W ash,
ih., two seasons a ^
Larry
I, 0-2) up 20-7
i
rry LewU said, “not all of that
th
"Pve got^ lot of
if rre ^ ^ f c f f ^ e
Blankenj
TImes-Wews
wrtter
:«
a
h
ip
,
who
has
thrown
13
SBISrtfc^ . B iw R w d tt m
ftthrri
Ite to-play-in------- M
fdowns a n d one pick,' b u t !
I
had to leave the game with a c o »
. U(Ite
te other n u ff is for the nev
dions lined up
.iB
ews-“They’ve ^w ays go
got good otfen,S e Are
e °3-1 record in d u d es twole ----- JER O M E-Thestrea
. TR uviA A N SW Efc
oai th at sailed
{I
per to ponder. It’s formidab
able
sive and defensive
The Pocatello Indiar
over NAIA team s and one.
t rem em ber n u d i
S Tff»toa
i
Tigers w e re
IV
ibe(
quartertwcks are ggotjK i^ S y 'y e 'i
•;v> lve ta 1975: A riio o a S
a
losing
skid
th
at
a
p
o
o
r
S
o
u
th
e
rn
U
tah
me. F o r Fowler and
The
rhe E a g le s (3-1) own Ida!
ng th e U dcer
a h o _ _ and they’ve alway
5; C olU om
2 0 0 0 fo o tb all seaso
n Ul . 14; I Id a h o S ta S Tt ^ ease of.am nesia—- 'S taIte
L T heir loss was a natural; ta (2 r 2 ) r h a v in g ’ w on six
s
ru n n in g baclc7 Tl
to block t h e ,
*[
11^17 andM oo
>2
strong defensive effort
i n e s to B 'asten v
s t r uu gg h t g a m e r i n t h e s e r ie s ,
coached, too.
-/
Please see ISU, Page B2
ond half to down the h
_
.
ing Jerom e Tigers 21n i ^ t.
..................
T
r
;
Pocatello (14 overall
fl
.'.-r V
V
~ v -.
Basin) h d d the Tigers t
‘‘
in the fourth quarter a
______
e _____________________
, .
^LLS -This one wasn’t d rd e d
ules a t the b e^ nning of the
ilo2 S J
(CSI stats
{Overall reco
cord 17-4, SWAC record 4-2)
vitfual player statistics
I
^
lo
■dd,
;rome
igals look: to tum ttables on1 E. Waslihington
M
—
T k iM m .T k k RFM
F > s,M ito
Ssturdsy.OcteterS,
Spo rts-
Traccy liftss Miniiic o p a sstC enitu ry
TlwTlm— W w t
1
P0CA 3ELL0 - Nil
Nate Tracy led
t h e A w n a n s with 97 yards rushnig and on« touchdc
f« > o w n a ^ 9 i.
. ^ d s passing for anc
another TD as
VMInlco downed C enn
nn u y , 2 0 -1 0 at
Holt A rena Friday fa 'G reat Basfa
footbalL
Mfaico rushed fen*
T a total of 222
y a rd s . S p a rta n C ody C ole
am assed 6 8 yards nil
nishfag on 17
c a rrie r Tracy wentIt 88k>M7 passfag wldi one fatercepti
Bption.
'‘A n y tim e yo u go u p to th e
dom e and com e out
i
J t with
a wfa,
you hi^ve to b e happs
ppy,” S partan
coach T im P e r r igot
o t:said. “The .
guys have been worki
iridng^ hard ail
y ea r and deserve this
t
lis win.”
M inico (2-3 1-0 G rreat Basin)
hosts Jerom e Friday.
Y-
a0M«.
“ ■“S3S.
tNlt.
•i>-N
lg.il
1
Glenns F e n y (4-2) hm
for. homecoming Friday
L o ca l t p o r t i ---------------- River (4-1) travels to Ha^
J g 'S S . S r
D e cio d eif.
l Buriey,
2 3 -2 1 ,2 11--; 1 8 ,2 1 - 1 4
-----------DECLO) - M elissa W ebb
G lenns
I erry 2 2 ,
i» F
slam m ed do
down 1 2 kiUs to lead
saw
' ^ j W ! : Sg
,
D edo overr Burley,
I
23-21, 21-18.
] |v e r 2 1
R a ft niV
S JufSLlIlS!?"*
IS .
21-14, fa nor
lon-conference volley*
(V-iw
***
> GLENi
;NNS f e r r y - G lenns
ball Fridayt'fa
il D e d o .
,
F erry toppled
toj
undefeated R aft
wBMiipMipnMn«aHSRs.ui■
A long wit
vlth h e r k ills , W ebb
R iv e r 22-21
22
F rid ay in G lenns
h ad fo u r bbllo ck s, te n s e rv ic e
Je rry ,
V.INIV|VMIIKU»«
p o in ts , anc
ind o n e ace'. T w in W ithI th
tJ ree interceptions and
M egan Web
e b b had se v e n kills,
t h r e e fu m b les re c o v e re d by • Volleyball
t h r e e blocl
)c k s,. e ig h t s e r v ic e
G lennss F e rry , R a ft R iv e r’s
I
points, andI an
ai ace. T he Hornet's
Twin Falls ChtM lanc
turnovers
ers made the game for the
- outside hitte
tters, Lana M oss and
Pilots. .
to o l,
A shleyP eter
The Community Scho
terson, e a d i had four
Pilot coach
co
Joel Herrmann felt,
e
kills.
2 1 - 1 7 ,2 1 - 1 6 ,2 3 - 2 5 ,
that Raft]
ift River had a good game,
. “K atie W
a did a n excellent
Vall
“Raftt River
R
played really well,
W 2 1 ,1 S 1 3
job setting3 ffor us. A nd M egan
v ery disc
is d p liq e d . It w aa th e ir
Job defensiveIn F alls
Young did a great
(
KETCHUM - Twin
tu rn o v e rrs th a t k ille d tn e m ,"
assfag and diggfag up
Christian Academy sqtie
H e rrm an
ann said . “G e ra ld R au . to dMeat The Community
:eler said.
intercepti
p te d a pass w ith 1 2 secp la y s e x c e lle n t
21-17, 21-16, 23-25, 16-2
onds left
!ft on their 35 yard-line,
defe“n t 7 h ley
e , picked up everyFriday night.
w hichisbi
s big m a one-pofat game."
“ It w as a r e a lly grei
e a t hig h
„
Rau ha<
Iiad two interceptions for
[orris 11 kills and two
m atch," Cutthroa
oat coach
Glenns F
Feehy and Scot Uhl threw . jschool
Jurley.
R eam y G oodw in s a id . '
fo r lOS> y a rd s a n d tw o touch,were lots of good rallies1. i“T h ere
8 ,4-4 SCIC) travels to
s a n d lots
downs.
Gooding
Thui
liursday while Burley
of good plays."
Glenn) H arper 8 6 yards rushing
* K etchum tra v e ls to0 C are v
^^^3, 0-3 Grei
ireat Basfa) travels to
^Monday.
fortheTrrojans.
ro
Minico Thursc
rsday.
'
NsbTMka M sndsrt Philip Blar
land, Itft, and FaMan Washb«toi
«ton,rMr, break im'ii:
pass
P
* Intsndstf h t Iowa Stata’s
I’s Lanca Young (80) during tha
i
the third
q v irta f S ^ i
21 In AmM, Iowa. Iowa State• won
26
t
tha gams 36^14.
-i
Losses pput Nebr>raska
fans in p;>anic moc
)de
I
J
s
1
J
p.
2By Kevin O'Hankm
Associated Prtsa WTttf
—
th e H u sk e rs ha
h av e p lay e d in a
______
postseason game
am e fo r an NCAArecord 33 straight
Ight years,
LINCOLN.
N
e
b
.-T
h
e
ecoi
wnomy
So
widespread
iad
is the angst th u
jis
. in th e dum ps, a d r o u ^
fhe has
one Lfacoin TV s tatio n fed its
farm ers fa a death grip am
md the
evening newscas
least Tuesday witii
U n ite d S ta te s m ay be or
on th e
tiie c h ^ e s fan tite
tii team ’s Ifaeup
b rink of war. So w h at’s everye^
fo r S a tu rd aly’s
y ’s ho m e g am e
body fa Nebraska talkfag: about
a
against M dfeese!
s e State.
these
days?
“W heivtiieyan
8 AN DIEGO (AP)) - A dose of
’ are doing bad, it’s
S u p e r Bowl
Be
ch a m p io n New
isi p la y in g g r e a t des]
ts p ite a
e r witi) 506 yards.
yai
<
College football. Universi
'sity of
news,” said Linda
"M arty B all" was just
ust what th e
E n g la dn d P a trio ts 21-14 la s t- ssp ra in e d a n k le . A nd li
fada VanHoosen of
lo o k a t
Seau, TomU
nUnson and the rest
Ne
Nebraska football, to be prec
edse.
KLKN-TV. “It’s
r ju st a sport
San Diego Chargers needed.
ne<
t’s not
S u n d ay to
tc e a rn re sp ecta b ility
LLaD ainian T o m lin so n1 - a f te r
o f th e Charge
rgers, though, insist
' 1That’s not unusual fa tiiis
is
foot*
here.”
A fter l o ^ all but
ut sbc gam es
and a 4-0
n
0 record.
s
slashing
through New Enj
fagland’s
n o -n o n se nse
se co a ch M a rty
bai
ball-crazy
sta
te
,
but
things
gs
a
re
W
ith
no
o
th
e r m ajo r college
during th e U st two sei
tier
seasons, the
It's the
le C h arg e rs' b est s ta rt
d
defense
to tie th e teamn record
S ch o tten h ein
H
m
er
d
e
se
rv
e
s
th
e
difi
^ f e r e n t this year.
football program
C h a rg e rs su d d en lyY aa r e n 't sad
since goin
am o r professional
)ing 6-0 in 1994 on th e
w 217 yards rxishfag am
with
md score
credit, sayfag
1 structured, dislg his
'’ lT he C o rn h u s k e rs ,.y o uu s e e ,
sports team fa tiie
the state of 1.7 mil[
sacks anymore.
way to thei
beir only Super Bowl.
t' highlight-reel touchc
two
hdowns,
c ip lin e d app
p p ro a ch h a s g iv e n
ha^ lost TWO of tiieir first
have
s t five
lion, Nebraska fooiball
foo
;
T h e y b e a t th e d<
is the only
d e f e n d in g
Sure, linebacker
Un
Junior Seau
h the NFL’s leading bai
he’s
all carritiiem hope.
gM
games
of the season. That is simgame fa town.
ply unac ce p ta b le for fans
IS o f a -■ E v ery gam ee aa t N e b ra s ic ^ s
tea th a t has not had a Io
team
losing ' 74,000-seat Mem
[em orial S tadfO ^
__________________
sea
season sface 1961 and has wo
von or
has been sold omt
u t:sface 1962. Ob (
she
s h a re d fiv e n a tio n a l char
am piof the finest hotel
!
CtntfeMdlroinBl
otels fa Lfacolh Is
th e streak;
ik;: Jerom e coach T e n y
fi
first-quaner
scoring,
onships,
all
sface
1970.
T ig ers h av e to
t .rig h t th e sh ip
on*
nam ed T he Com:
om h u sk er, an d %
W aitley said.
sai “The baU bounced
“They were ju st rxmnlng
ng weakquickly,
To m ake m a tte rs worse,
e, th e
billboard across
fi
ss from
M em o^
T h e In d ia n s scored
ed a touchth e ir way
ly and they seem ed to
si
side
power on u s and thi
C o rn h u sk ers fe ll out off 'T h e
h at was
“Our kids w
1 will bounce back,"
Coi
S ta d iu m once
ice t r u m p e t ^ ;
do w n on t h e n e x t p la
l y w hen
w a n t it m o re in th e s e c o n d
wh a t we w ere try in g tc
w
A ssociated P re s s T op 255 la
i st
to ta k e
W aitiey said.
“ Welcome to th e ce n te r o f tfie
I. “We seem to play
q u a rte rb a c k Nick Hlaarn se n conhalf.”
ai ay,” Pocatello coach1 JJaxson
aw
week
for
the
first
time
sface
1
better
on
the
n
i
road,
so
we
will
get
} 1981
football universe.”
se.”
n ec ted w ith Zayne Stc
S toddart to
I t didn’t
t’t s ta n out th at way as
SSichw iekert sa id . "So, we
w ju s t
many of the player:
ready to go to Minico
:
next w e ^
“- before
“
irs on
Nebraska begar
»gan playing fomd o se the gap to 20-14.
th e Tigers
s
-s scored
on their second
sv
switched
to our basic, vani
ne."
tius
iiis year’s team were even boi
inilla 4-3
and get it done.
mm.
ball fa 1890. It has won nearl^.TQ
T he second big play
ay cam e on
play from1 scrimmage
si
when Jesse
di
defense."
D
During
tiieir 36-14 loss to' Ii
Iowa
percent
of
its
game
ames and claimed
the b e d s of Indian rese
eserve quarPallas hit[ O
Cory Musgrave from 64
Jerome did score fa the6 ssecond
Stai
**"
State
last
w
eekend,
fans
w
e
re
43
conference
tides
Ities t o g o w i t i i ^
terbK k Phillip Aduns,v
«, who came
y a rd s outIt con a short slant pass
qt
call
quarter
when Harris scorei
red on a
—
^ Mm.»
railing a Lincoln radio stat
a tio n
national champions
ionships.
1
in fo r th e s ec o n d tin
tim e a f te r
th a t M usgr
igrave tum ed back out-'
22-yard
run.
fS S Z ..^,,o „
whil
vhile it vras airing tiie gamee and
;
. So when tiie Hus
Huskers lose, pe;c^
injuries to Hansen, scorc
» re d o n a 3 sideandfati
Intosupofats.
But that only set up thee 1fadian
dem
iemanding to know head co
coach
pie
notice.
Even
tii chairman of
n the
y a rd ru n w ith 5:355 ito p la y .
T he team
ams then traded touchco
comeback.
Frai
•rank
Solich’s
home
number.
r.
th
e
U.S.
J
o
in
t
Ch
C
hiefs
of
Pocatello place kickerr Ji
Jacob Hill
dow ns whe
rhen H ansen ra n i t in
“T h is fe e ls aw fu lly g o o ^ ~
““I1 c a ll it th e a n g ry Husi
j '. s i " s s ! s S
is k e r
During a visit to0 01
Offutt Air Force
squibbed th e ensuing; kIdck
i and it
from 27 yan
rards out for the tadians
Sc
Schwiekert
said. “We have
,•5-—
Nati
re need.
iation,” said Gary Shaip, hos
ost of
Base near Omaha
tJ week,
tia tills
bo u n ce d o ff th e from
o n t lin e o f
t h r e e play
ays a f te r M u sg ra v e's
ed this and we were Just dui
ed
-----------------------------------------the he only statew ide radio spc
lue."
ports
Richard Myers acki
acknow ledge the
Jerom e and fato the aarms
n of the
score.
With tile loss to the dovir
ivimtrodTimes-News
\
alk-show. “It’s gotten u ^ yf-. It’s
s
Mini-C^ssifl
sportstalk
Huskers’
woes
by
si
>y
saying:
“I know
I
Indians who ran almost
i
«t four mfaBryan H
Haarris scored on a 15de
d en Pocatello team comi:
ning
on
w
n
re
r
Scoti
Ti
lever,
ever
been
like
this.”
'
Thompson
can
be
these are tenderr moments."
me
\
utes off the dock,
yard ru n three
th
m fautes later to
th e heels of the Tigers’ 4111-6 loss
rcaehed at sthoi
Some blame the offense. So
homp4on®m«gicwo;^,So
Some
Less th an a yea
y e a r ago. things
j
. " It was Just th eir nigl
light to end
-put the Tige
igers up 14^7 to end the
to Twfa Falls a week earlie
•lame the defense. Others fa
Iier, the
leyxomor677-4t
'■4042. Ext. 639.
blan
fault
w e re good in Hu;
H u s k e r Natioia.
.the
he q u a r te rb a c k . S till othi
h ers
N ebraska was ll-(
11 -0 and ranked
bias
lame the coaches.
No. 2 in th e APP pi
poll. That w|is
“V
“We’re
not a good team playpi
before a 62-36 dnj
drubbfag a t th e
lg pooriy. W e're a poor tear
am ,"
hands of Colorado
ido th e day after
----- ^ ^
ConUniMdlmnBl
aid
er o f
Thanks&vfag.
Game 2 w ith th ree ru n s in th e
" P ete W atters, co-owner
incofa’s Zoo Bar, a few bloc
bullpen completely shut dow:
!o ^
T h en , th ro u ggh
h a s e r ie s o f
iwnthe
eighth for an S-6
6 victory.
A
5 ^"*='
•om th e H u s k e rs ’ M em or
powe^ul New Y « k lineup,, aallow>rial
unlikely losses by o th e r tea|hs;
The Angels have
ha' battered New
tadium. “I don’t think w ell go
fag only one hit In the fins
go to
Nebraska found itself
itse fa tiie Rose
nai six
York-pitchfag ^fo:o ^ ^ u a n d 2 2
bowl game this year.”
inn
innings.
Bowl p lay in g M
Miiiam i fo r th e
runs in the t h m I
T h a t’s a b ra s h , doom -ar
John Lackey took over for
andn a tio n a l chamippit
yr inefA fter th e Yan
lo n sh lp . T h e
oom declaration, consideri
fea
fective
starter Ramon Ortiz,
iring
Huskers lost 37-14.
iz, and
Ortiz afte r 2.5f ir e
14.
t e
SCO
Scott Schoeneweis got a ke)
ey out
g av e th e Y ankt
ik ee s th e ir th ird
against Jason Giambi.
straight ineffecc
active outing by a
Then, Rodriguez struck oiit
utfour
starterfathisserii
eries.
fa ^ perfect innings for his
lis secM ussfaa allow<
owed four runs in
ond win of the series - and
nd his
fo u r in n in g s b e fo re le a v in g
Contin
ntkMMd(nmBl
ferring prior to his senior year.:
major league career.
because of r i ^htness
tr
in his right
pjayii
aying up against Arizona Stat
ate.
H e ’s a v e te ra n .. E
Eiag le s coach,
Troy Perdval pitched the! nnfath
grofa.
“You see how good they aaire
Paul Wulff said of Blankenshipv
1
- this time, with no dram aI - for
Kennedy’s saai
maj
.olfice % off Jeff
„he^'
>en you see them play Arizoi
»na
“H e’s a big story,
I
y , because
h^s
lis second save.
W eaver fa the sixtii
si} made it 6-5,
State
ate
(a
38-2
Sun
Devils’
wm)
n),"
been
liere
for
such
ia short tim e;
ich
Scott Spiezio’s RBI single6 iwith
and the Angels tied
tie it on Spiezio’s
said
1
id
Lewis,
who
a
d
d
e
d
it’s
tl
th
e
H
is
play
and
how
jw Ih e 's carried
wo outs off losing pitcher Mike
N
soft looper barel
rely over the outmost-'
)st-studied tape of the Eagli
gles
h im se lf h a s m ad
e a n im p a c t
ade
itanton fa die seventh tied itt a t 6 .
stretched glovee of
c second bases season.
already."
A dam K e nnedy b egan[) th e
man Alfonso Soria
riano.
For
For th e B engals to cu rb tli
th e
T hough th e Id a h o S ta te
Vngels’ eighth w ith a bloo
ooper
D erek J e t e r• cam
ci e up with a
Star
E agles’
d e traditionally high offei
fendefense
has
carried
ied
th e team to
h at bounced out of right fiel
ielder
h ea d s-u p p laytr Ifo r th e second
siveoi
e output, they’re gofag to nee
eed
tills pofat, it has bee
been carved up
laul Mondesi’s glove for aI cdoustraig h t y e a r in
< a rte 3 of th e
Ane
in G
to upset
ups Blankenship,
a t rim es by oppone
onents’ passing,
>le. After David Eckstein sacrisa
division series,, this
th time on th e
that
gfa,
llan k en sh ip w on’t b e easil
sily
games. The Bengals
sals a r e suri^b-iced, Erstad Ifaed a double
le for
bases,
. ,
,
rattlei
tied. H e played in 31 gamies,
e
derfag Just 3.82 yarc
yards p er c a ^ ,
lis first RBI of the series, bbringr
J e te r hit a one-o
eo u t single m * e
„ „ sistly
, i a s th e s t a r t e r , a t th e
but give up 280 yari
yards per gariie;
ng the rcd-dod, sellout crowc
wd of
firs t an d was rur
flcei
running on a 3-1
unive
iversity of Tulsa before tran
msthrough the air.
5,072 at Edison Field to its fe
feet.
pitch to Giambi
his
>i tth a t was ruled
Steve Karsay relieved Stanl
inton,
ball four,
nd
Salmon
hit
the
first
pitch
j
fijust
Catcher Bengie
I
45,0:
ie MoUna
threw to
t j.
iside
second anyvray, and
an the ball nickSl tile left-field foul pole.
It m arked th e th ird straij
aight
led a few feet post
ost third baseman
Contim
itlnuedfrDfflBl
am e d ec id ed in th e e iaglh th
until she’s healed,”
Sl
,” Stroud
said,
insid
Troy Glaus, cover
rerfag
because
of
r __
N««r York raUivM Mike Stmtc
Niton hangs hts iMad In tit* dag
ming.
Paiva can’t Jump
mp up for kills
the Angels’ shift:t sagafast tiie left
..ea d ersh ip from w ith in th e
m is needed to g et CSI bac
tiM goHihMd ren to AnaMn
t
lniRth«algirthlnnli«ofOi(M
adc
anyway after pullfaj
The Yankees won the opene
Ufag back m u^
*'•*-*
gam
ier 8 handed-hitting Gia
3iambi, and J e te r
pjayj
lying
to
th
e
lev
e
l
its
grow
wn
d e s .working outt in d ie w eight
TIm Aflgtls won ttM gaiiM M to taka a 2-1 laad In the tagoutiftsr
by scoring four tim es inI tth e
alertiy took off for
giving up
innir
ssi
S troud said th atIt a
Ighth,
room. Mix fa losing
e d fa
third base and mad
la d e h ” ”
" " "ustomed.
■01
ng ae player like.
neSFridaylnXnabtlffl.
‘Hi while the Ajigels rallied
lack
k of
fatensity fa practice thi
Ws
A n d reza S a n to sJ to
tc a b r o i ^
ssrits.
5 by
It
w
eek
co
n
tin
u
e
s
to
w
o
rr
rry
pinky
finger and CSI
C S I is s u d d ^
eight
h S I.* "
far from full strength,
gth.
--irf;,
O’
----------------------“We
We need someone to step uu]p
“ W e’re d ec im a te d ,” Strou]d^
ContiniMdframBl
andI tell
te them th a t m akfag mis
tis- . said. “Losing tiiree
. , .,
from M artfa to
« o;
of your njalif
M eridian’s ability to conti
ita in
passing and Twfa
while Chris H e n ln g e r hau
fa :Falls held firm
takes
es is not OK,” S tro u d said
id
.
people
Is
tough.”
»»d
Idck
woul,
le Bruins rushing attack ca:
seven catches for 95 yards,
came
on third and 2 0 with
wi about three
“Each
ich m istake costs us a point
t o c o a tt
1 0 e n te rin g th
Jit.
Witii 10 playerss on tile rosteii^
p M<
big eariy, notably on aI Ibig
I to Easter. The score
added six grabs for S3 yard
It’s not going to get it done.”
mfautes left,
th e team 's depth wai
riv e w a)uld
s
was a concem
andI after givfag u p a firstt aand
the
Cole Easter chipped fa 34
34 yards -Tche ep dtio
But a p e rs o nal
a l:foul call a fte r
. The
he lack of leadersltip fa thi
n an d 1 have m ade it 14Ae . starting th e season.
I
n . But,
)
a
t
its
own
11.
A
num
ber
th e fourth q u arte r.
up b
er of
th a t p l a y revive
on four catches.
ived th e d riv e .
locker
cer room will prove costly in
ii
R osie Lewis and se r
.........Kody Barnesast«set up by an fater'arriors dr'ove Salinas backk on
stanc
------- “H iat came after Meridiai
Bower la te r conn<
inected w ith top
>vhat
5 troud considers a shor
it S
>rt
Brodbeck
have
both
A p a s s In te1r 14-yard
l
re
tu
rn
by
10
ai
rs
t
a
n
d
second
dow
n
ru
i
dow n th e T w in F a lls ru
r
u
n
s.
.
w
ideout
Kyle
Gu:
Austin
on
fo
u
rth
season
a
n
with
district
toum
ey
p
l»
ru n n in g
moved the ball
lay
well stepping fato> sn
starters
I to the Meridian 46.
Warr
a rtin ’s pass attem p t on thi
g am e , h o ld in g ta ilb a c7k
:hird
and 10 on a 27-yan
ard pass to reach
startinj
ting Nov. 15.
^
o ffth e b em h .
the play before.
)wnt was nearly fatercepted
B rference c a ll h ad
firs
Salinas to 28 yards on 17 c
d by
tiie Twfa F a lls 'll,
II . A play later,
“The
rhey just don’t get it,” Strouc
ud
If NIC keeps its m
mis
lstakesdiw n
all to tiift Warriors 22
Mart
e r id ia n s ta n d o u t A ddam
i
and holding the team .to mir
Bower fo u n d Ryi
ly an A n g stm an
seid.I. “If
“ w e don’t fix things bj
by
and
CSI
(17-4,
4-2)
o
t)
Continues
to
srain.
>re.
down
yards.
1 we're done.”
wide open fa the) end
er zone for th e
dienwi
hand opponents e aqr.pofats,
a^.
• 5-y«fd TD opened
n
this
th e second
MBrandon
eri
Fjeld th en booti
M eridian (5.0) looked to t . . , .
E rro rs d u e to p o o r tim ing
ated
7-3 halram e lead,!.
Qg
m a td ic o u ld b e a lootttc
tougher
than
ong drive, capped by
Berai
r o i ^ a 37-yard field goal wi
sealed th e wfa with a long
with
Bower, a Dlvisic
ision I prospect,
trac:ed
ed to in co n sisten t passing
ng
people expected a t tth e s ta rt of.
' run by sophom ore
Bre
>8
left fa the second.quarterr for
I
play from standout quanei
went 12-fo^23 for
•r 1149 yards widi
and setting
set
contfaue to frustrate
Ite .tiieseason.
N)lead.
c Kyle Pike only 337 ■ thiouj
Jpcob Bower to tight end :
six completion to>Kyle
X
Gustfa for
the Eaj
Eagles, i^4io ccmtinue batdfas
“Early
in the first half’ w
»e
red. T h e d riv e w as
9:581
«
A n g itm a n fo r b is secont
ty
problems.
70
yards.
Pike
ran
f
n
for
79
yards
on
injury
t
SIdMHltS
'.-.T i
“ t? L I °
A pass Interfai
>y a Brufas offsides
a In't
3^) 1come away with scorej
catdi, with 53 6 remaining
-es,”
15 carries.
fadee Magill leads the team
ra
The NIC match was
wa r e s c l i^ ;
I and 3 with 9-22 left.
“Ei said. “They goc after usa Iup
taal
20-3 lead. Twin Falls player
Twfa Falls begins
fas SA E ast play
In total
ital k i U s \ ^ 154, an average
Be
u led a fte r CSI’s tr
fe te n w call on th e
didn't
nt and shut down our nm.”
Young blocked th e FAT attei
a t Id a h o F a lls wh
w hile M e r i^ M
of 2.85
85 a game, and fa assists "a t
Eastern
Arizona
Invin
w ed the ball to the
Schaa:
rwin Falls was uns(ble to conco
F e n a ld e t hO rt Twin FaU
6
d. .
5.41 a Igame. B ut she is unsvall-‘
takes on Highland,
past Ihuiiday fell through
tfan
0
wo plays later, Pike
front*
rt a fourth and 5 on th
tl e
SBmelodg.
able after
aft a grofa pull mo re than
—m o st-o f-th e-teattu
.
ttu^expected
—
ee it 14-3.
Xwii
ridian-31-miaway-throuSh'tl
7 ?=::“.¥ r o - ^ to p p « d - :o u f s e h
'tb e----- 2 *2 f —
........ .
— tw wweeks
e c ago refuse^ to h e a l '
. pulled out. The OmUi
irdfaals-Eagles .
:c>nd
quarter.
That
spark<
uarter
was
a
defenv
e
rt
( S ch aa l said . *nfoa c a n 't o
ked
i S '- " ■
Palv.
iva takes ber place a t setter
th e W arriors»-whlch-Twfa-Falls—
to
“
■
match
was
set
for
Tue»
’
ueadiay.
-Meridi
ridian on Its next poMMriOQ.
gam es
f o , m in u s - 2 yaj
weekend and as long as the
le
—
rh e B rufas lim ited
secon
*ike. after bctogcontifaMMttl
the
ypersistB. •
_
forced fumble to
a only four plays
^ TimeS’N tw t sportsi
Meridl
ore first quarter, startedI to
i
•
bece’a iio point i s aoing thte
e— A ^ o o v n C S r v ^
n yards fa big chunks. Lau
yards, incaudfag a
Pike
ro pu*
whole
li
(ter
w ^H SftSEJSfiSfiS
e aeaioa
without h e r a t 1 0 0
eariiertfaatM eri
i and recovery. I h e
e n ttire
m u bM k to
I ’
ISiiaiiiji.;
peccant
resting her
nwom.','
. ‘
It forced a f u m b le '....gafa y
ieridiaD recovered.
thatcb
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Stat^ ups
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Colorado3State
FRESNO, CaUf. (AP) - Nearly
■ everybody in Bulldog Si
was e x p e ^ g Bradlee Vi
t o run for it, just like he
e had alb
,night.
When Van Pelt insteadd tried
i
10
ay of the
ithrow on th e biggest play
surprised.
Igame, Fresno State was su
-i and then thrilled when Colorado
G
State’s rem arkable quart<
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g.
Freshman Paul Pinegar
u* passed
for
1 184 yards, and Fresnc
no State
batted
down Van Pelt’s pa
?ass on a
>
2 >point conversion attemi:
npt with
SO seconds left as the Bu
Bulldogs
Iupset No. 25 Colorado Stati
ate 32-30'
Friday night.
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14 yards
and
he Rams
s nished for 125 for the
(4'2),
b u t th e v e rs a tiles jju n io r
[
couldn’t m an u fa ctu re on
one last
'
scoring
play as Fresno Stat
ate (3-3)
u
upset
another ranked teai
;am and •
v on for th e 2 2 nd tim e in 24
w
games
at
Bulldog
Stadium.
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8
C edi Sapp, who nishedd for 94
yards,
scored on a l>yardi run
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the final m inute to cut F
Fresno
s
State’s
lead to two points. Instead
Ir
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of running it up th e midc
ddle o r
down
the sideline. Van Pelt
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d'
01
out for the conversion attem
mpt.
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ammate
ea sily b a ite d down a poorly
pi
tl:
thrown pass, and the BuUdoj
logs had
tli
their
suoh Waory over a ranked
rt
oojp p o n en ts in coach P att H
1 ill's
tenure.
te
“I was veiy surprised. He’;
[e’s usually ninning the ball and m.
making
4)ig p la y s,” F resno S ta te
:e nose
tackle Jason Stewart said. “When
h<
hc rolled out to throw it,, I said.
That’s a blessing right there.
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th ^ except on a
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State beat Colo
Colorado State in the
former "WAC
ri>
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meeting.
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y
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have been
something we
d
w thought
about and
.probably looked
iked at,” Lubick said,
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ov<
th a t 2 *
- point plaj^. At
le from my viewit least
point. It seemc
emed like they had
their whole tear
team over there, and
w e w e re tryin,
yin g to throw in to
that.”
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)gs scored just three
points in the second
seo
half, but they
won with outstar
standing play on spe11
c ia l team s.. Adam
A
J e n n in g s
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re tu rn e d a punt
pun 59 yards for a .
;‘
score, FresnoIState
Sta got ff safety on
a n o th e r C olon
lo rad o S ta te pu n t
a tte m p t, and
F odney M ichael
d R
blocked a field
g attempt with
Id goal
7r39 left.
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beh
is nothing
new to us," Van
^an Pelt said. “You
dig yourselves
hi
3 holes
every game,
and you're not
•tggoo in g lo b e ab leto
com e back all
tl e time. I truly
lU th
believe that iff we
wi had more time
■ ;
on th e clo ckle,, w
v e would have
won.”
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tat trailed by IS
points midway
tl
ly through
the third
q u arte r, but JJee f f B a b ^ k ’s 31! i
yard field goal
cu the lead to 32il cut
: J-.
24 with 432 le
sftft
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am s s t o | ^ Fresno
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S tate and return
turned the ensuing
J
punt to the Build
uU do^27.V anPelt
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C
id CoTorado
State to
its fin a l to uiichdown,
ch
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a
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at
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i
w ith Tim
Oaldimd ^ th uetics
lc t
found a great
AL Dlvisloq Seriesr» I Hs eudson
s ta rtinlg
g fo r th e A’s
• w ay to ^ 'q iiii
lu ie t th a t noisy
against
Eric
Milton
)n.
Metrodpme. -- h:
hitting home runs,
4
Zito
(1-0),
whos
ose
AL-high
23
both in and out
<
ut of tije park.
/'
|
112
victories made him
1
vs.
un a leading Cy
Ray Durham
im led off the gam e
1 0 1
Young candidate,.<
,.was frO with a
with a sdnkinc Iliner that let him
^
2.04 ERA in his fir
Hnal 10 regular. c irc lc th e ba
basW an d S cott
season stans.
OaMand l« «ds M riM 2-1
HatteberR folloi
llowed with a drive
He didn’t have! hjs
I best stuff.
All Tim#* MOT
over the right-fi
it-field wall, sending
giving
up
five
hits,
■
M
fnncsota
7,
Oakland
5
i ttiiree runs and
th e Oakland Ai
Athletics past the
fo u r w alks but hi:
■ Oahtaml 9 , Minnesota 1
his tea m m a te s
Minnesota Twin:
vins 6-3 Friday for a
provided plenty ofo
Friday’s rrautt
f offense.
2 - 1 le a d in the
th e ir AL division
Zito. effectivelyI ius ng his high
■Oohlarxl 6 . M innesota 3
-sfries.
fastbaU m ore than
Today’s Oame
Backed by four
foi home runs off
n hfa signoture
curve,
squandered
•
Oakland
o
t
Minnesota;
J aj M l e a d . He
Rick Reed, Banarry Zito struck out
stru ck out two In
. 1 1:06 a.m . •
eight in six inni
nnings for the win.
after Dye gave Oak
Sun d a y 's Ow m
lUand the lead
R ic a rd o R inco
ico n p itc h e d two
. back in the top o f the
th inning with
. •. M innesota al Oakland.
scoreless innini
lings in re lie f and
a le a d o ff' h o m err th
i a t eh a sed
•2 ;0 8 p .m ,.ifn c c e ssa ty
Billy Koch dosed
sed for the save.
___
I
Reed.
T h e crow dd io f 55,932 - a
----•run
R eed (Q-1), onee o f only two
ipped a gam e-tying, two-rut
Metrudume playt
layoff record - loudTwms pitchers witiih prior
1
postsea.
Uy in the fifth with an RBI stnstn
ly c h e e re d and
in d tw irle d th e ir
j
son experience, tiirc
irew 1 0 0 pitch..
e. The All-Star center fielder
H o m er H a n kk ii
ie s b efo re th e
, ■ es and surrendered
d six hits, four
also was the one wht
T w ins’ firs t hoi
ho m e postseaso n
J'”•wever,
'''*
.
runs
and
two
walks
v
i
while
striking
: °Durham’s liner skip under hi:
g a m e s in c c th e 1991 W orld
outeiglit.
JVC.
glove
Series.
3 much
, Tlie Twins beganI Game
C
Oakland lumc<
Jerm aine Dye’s homer in the
thi
Tied down the voiJ®*
7 ^
the same way tiiey' sstaned Game
u m e in a hurry
p o
rr y , though, a n d
*op
i f th e six th m ade it 4-3
I in O a k la n d - lo
It o k in g lik e
handed th e Twin:
ikland, and th e A 's bumped
vins only their secO^kl
P
'd
they’ve
never
been
n
to
th
e
playond loss in 13 po
sir lead back to three in the
postseason games
th eir
offs before.
a t tite baJipark.
sever
'enth against Johan Santana,V
Durham, now S-forjr-lS with four
T h e s h o ts by
by D urham a n d
Rai
lan d y V elarde, pinch-hitting
'"R
h om ers in his car«
r e e r a g a in st
Hattcberg markei
-ked the first time
for H
Hatteberg, hit an RBI double
Ible
R eed, hit a sinking
ng lin e r th a t
in postseason hist
liistory a team has
' to see
score Durham, and moved>to
to
Hunter tried to catch
:h on his shoeh it back-to-backk homers
hi
to start a
third
rd ion tiie throw home. Velarde
roe
strin
g
s.
B
ut
th
e
ba
ball s k id d e d
game.
scorec
red on Miguel Tejada’s sacricnunderneath his glove
ve and roUed
T o rii H u n tee r had two o f
ficefl;
! fly off Mike Jackson.
to the wall as Durha
lam raced all
M in n e s o ta ’s ei{
e ig h t h its a n d
Gar
>ame 4 o f th e best-of-five
ive
the way around the diamond.
di
Two
^o pitches la te r, H attebert
hit Rec
deed’s deUvery into tiie fold
ed-up
f
p football
sea ts In for a 2-C
lead. With
W two outs in tiie fourth,
Long, ham
hi m ered a 1-1 pitch into
, the upt
,
ipper deck in right field1 to
put Oak
)akland up by tiu-ee.
Zito0 started
s
with three hltless
innings
Igs, but th e Tw ins slowly
chippec
^ed aw ay - ta k in g n ea rly
every■at-bat
at
deep into the count,, ^
O akli
k land esc ap ed unsca th e■j
d
from aa shaky
i
second, an inning
. whereJ the
tl A’s st^m ed to g et rat,],.j )y
bythe noise and th e basealored
ceiling that makes it
„ joum
gh, to track balls in the air.
H u nIter
» had the Tvrins’ first hit
hit
,
2
lg off the first, and his hust the Twins their first run.
•
Tied
a
line
drive
to
left
into
"V ™
J”
ble, sliding headfirst into
lg, and took third on bloop
3P
by Doug M ientkiew ia that
Included a diving Tejada ?in'
*"
Mleft.
shaUowl<
hit a blooper to
. A-J. PierTynski
Pi<
shaUowo
Vcenter that Tejada nearly“
ca u g h t oc v e r h is s h o u ld e r buty
”
glancedd off
o his glove for a single
I
that score
Dred H unter and made it 3**
1In th
hee fifth , J a c q u e J o n e s
w alkedd a; n d s c o re d on C oreys
Koskie's
!'s trip le. W ith two outsy^
Hunter,, smacked
si
a single up the
middle tu
to drive in Koskie and tie®
®
it at 3.
Madedux musiSt prove hle can w iin in postJtseason
SAN FRANCISC
IS C O (A P )rG reg
I----- -M addux a n d Cy
:y Y oung - yep,
N
NL Division Series
. THAT Cy Young
lg -• are th e only
pitchers in m ajor
I
or league
history
to w in 15 gam es
1 15 straight '
vs.
» in
i
seasons.
Yet when it comi
omes to the playoffs, M addux haa
lias been downrig h t o rd in a ry . A
A loss to S an
. < AHTIfnMMDT
S an F fa n cisco a . Atlanta 5
.
Francisco on S atu
aturday, and h e
.•• Atlanta
7, S an Francisco 3
w ould t i e tetam
a n m a te Tom
Today’s Gam*
Glavine for mostt a
career postsea• AUanta (Maddux I M ) at
son lo s s e s w ithh 14.
:
T he tw o
c-n
Jan Francisco (Schmidt 1 3 ^ ).
shared the record
i
rd untU
Glavine
2 :2 0 p.m.
lost in Game 1 off th e NL division
8 « » d iy ’* i « n *
series to the Giants.
Its.
,• ,Atlonia
a t San Francisco,
“I t ’s h a rd e r bee
because you’re
2 :0 8 p.m.
fa cin g th e best: te
tea m s, you’re
M onday's fiR w
fa c in g th e b e sstt hI i t t e r s a n d
.• <
S an Francisco a t Atlanta.
y o u 're fa cin g th
e b e s t pitch;he
£6 :2 0 p.m ., If n ^ s s a r y
e r s ," M ad d u x sa:
s a id . “ I d o n ’t
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think it's any secrc
!cret it's harder
back to
t o 'Game 3 of tiie best-of-fiveB
to b e a t first-place
ice team s th an
series( bbecause of a bUster on hiss
la s t-p la c e tea mn s,
s . I fe e l I'v e
pitching
ing hand. The teams spUt in1
made mistalces in th e postseaAtlanta.
tm, leaving tiie series at onet
. s o n ,b u tllo o ic a tm
t m;y postseason
game apiece
ap
as it resiimes in San1
•career and I ’m pprr e tty h ap p y
Francis.
Usco w ith Games 3 and 4I
n-with i t eekend.
Maddux is 10-13
13 w ith a 3.24
M addt
idux reached 15 victoriesI
ERA in 29 postsea:
ea so n appearfor th ee I15ti) consecutive season,
ances.
lin g th e re c o rd se t by
T o m ak eS atu rdaa/!
/ s plot a littie
ftxim 1891-1905.
mora interesting, ^ d d u x fa c e s a
ag e r B obl^ Cox Isn’t coniS showed the
about M addux
“i e - J - n
d d u x Is M a d d u x ," Cox
It will be Maddux
t e lS«am e
Greg to throw a
ut th
“
JI expect
'
w inner vs. Schmidtt ti
th e IS-game
8 »od ball
aligam e. H e's ready, his
winner in what stand
tnds to be the
fin g erisisb e tte r a n d h e's been
best pitchers’ duel of
)f tJ
th e series so
pitching
r
g reaUy
weU d ie last few
fa r. a n d in pitche;
h e r-frie n d ly
months.. His
H arm's never felt betPadfic Beil Park to bo(
boot.
te r .r u reUyou
tell
that."
M ad d u x ’s s t a r t wi
w as p u sh ed
Schmi ld
id t c o n s id e rs h im se lf
lucky to h av e p itc
Itched w ith
Maddux, a major leag
aguer by tiie
ag e o f 2 0 w ho's wo
'on fo u r Cy
Y oung a n d 12 Go
awards.
"I rem em ber when
;n 1 first got
here, drove up befor
ore opening
day, he'cam e up to me
n e and said,
'Hey if you don't ha>
ave a place
ome to stay
to stay you’re welcon
with m e,"’ Schm idt r«
recalled. “I
ended up staying at
house
about a week. W e we
vere sitting
dow n a n d w a tc h in
ing g a m e s
when we weren’t play
aying. H e’d
say , ’S e e w h a t t h iIss h i t t e r ’s
d o in g ? W a tch f o r• ith is a n d
w atch for th a t.’ I t ’ss th e m ost
s p e c ia l e x p e rie n c e
could have, especially
ly a rookie.
To do th at with a HaU
aU o f Fam e
pitcher.”
W hile M addux anid
d Schm idt
are battling on th e m ound, all
eyes wiU stiU- be on Bar
a n y Bonds.
Did th e San F randsco
:o slugger's
. ninth-lnning home run i
Field on Thursday do e
in th e ^ s tflnaUy get him going In
season?
Bonds insists his statis:
listics don’t
m atter and that he just
st wants to
reach th e W orld Series
ies for th e
first tim e. But it will pprobably
roaiBontls
take some big blasts froi
to get the Giants there.
om ers o ff
B onds h as eight hon
M addux. But if the pas
ast is any
Indication, M addux ml
n ig h t not
give him m uch to h it S(
Saturday.
M addux has w alked Bonds
Be
22
times in 116 career at-bati
ats.
B onds is h itting ju s5t .200 in
b b
Kofr cards record roi
ro u n d
to take LPGA leadI
V A U ^JO . C alif.-C
li
Cristie
Kerr
capped a coiirse-record
h er second eagle of th
and took a one-shot; le
lea d over
■A nnika S orenstam aaff te r tw o
rounds of the Sam sunj
u ng W orld
Championship.
---------^ ’J® "’*“ 8 -u n d e r-rrbb1in rd ^ a t
Hiddenbrooke Golf Qlub
ub left her--------at, 12 .under.for toumamei
ment.
She chipped in from
om off th e
green on the par-S 18ti»
J tiitocom p lete h e r round withII aa birdieb i^ fre a g le finish.
who had
la d sev e n
birdies ta a 67, was att 11
13 under.
one stroke ahead of Rosli
o d e Jones,
T l in e t o liq u l dd aa t e ?
U » * 7 ? w 7 //IW S -/
I
9-News
_
who shot
c aa6 6 .
F irsr-ro
ro u n d le a d e r M ich ele
R ed m an1 fa
f lte re d on th e b ac k
n in e wiiti
th tw o b o g ey s a n d
dropped to
to9 under.
Y '
m
%
g
Atlanta start*
irterQreg Maddux pitches
tgalnit t(M>Rnorlda Marilrn S«pt. 22
In AOanta. Ml
Maddux matched Cy
he only two pitchers to
.» la lS sa mies
.i In 15 seasons, but a
lots today wot
would Ue him with Tom
l^Glsvlii'ofor the most career playoff
ios««swlthl
4
14.
..
eas^n for his c a re e r,
•*'= Postsea:
l>"s never been
bee to o-World Seqes
and has nev<
ever even won a plaS^—
off series in
f
n five
trips to die postseason. Hiss hom
h er Thursday was
Just his seco
cond in th e playoffs.
T he o th e r ,came
,ca
off G lavine in
th e 1992 NL
N c h a m p io n s h ip
s e r ie s w hen
e n B onds w as w ith
Pittsburgh.
--
PPa d ra ig H a rrin g to n s hhot
t a 6u
under
6 6 at Kingsbams to take a
oi
one-stroke
lead over Ed
Eduardo
RRom ero in th e D unhill
C
Championship.
H a rrin g to n was at 12-i
2 -under
1132
th ro u g h two ro
SS^w ed e n ’s M ich ae l Lunc
wias
w
tw o
s h o ts
b(
be-ht^d“
Hi
Harrington,
whUe Thomas
IS Bjom
an Jyoti Randhawa w ere
and
-e three
ba
back.
Radio stati(ionsuspends
dsD Jfori b
prank invo])lving K le ’ss widow M
PHOENDC (AP) - A ra.
radio station suspended the disc
;c jockey
who caUed Darryl KUe’s widow
wi
in
an on-air prank and askec
ed if she
Ihad a date to Thursday’s
s playoff
Igame.
The inddent enraged St.
St U u is
'o n y La
iC a rd in a ls m an a g er To:
Russa and prom pted apo
ffrom the radio station polBgies
and th e
jArizona Diamondbacks. ai
KUPD-FM disc joclcey
iy Beau
iDuran
was suspended Frid
■iday
for
aa t le a s t a w eek, s a id C
C h u ck
A
Artigue, m arket managerr for
f tiie
S
Sandusky Group, which ow
iwns the
s;
station.
Artigue announce
ced the
S'
su sp en sio n to The Ar
Arizona
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RepubUc and
I
id Phoenix
television ^ B J
stations but didn't
die retum repeat*
ed phone messa
essages.
Flynn KUe
hi
e hung
up tiie phone
after DuranI called
ca
h e r Phoenix
hotel room.
Her husband,
md, a starting pitcher
for tiie Cardinal
inals, was found dead
In his bed att the
th team 's hotel in
Chicago on JJim
une 22. An autopsy
showed the 33-ye
3-year-dd piu*er died
from blockedcoronary
cor
arteries
The station’s
n’s Web site carried
an apology Frid
'riday headlined “In
Response to Our
Ou Misjudgment."
It said the prank
ank “was not inteifded to be h u rtful
rtfd or maUcious In
anyway."
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- The defendI----!S ch a m p io n
NL
LL
Division Series
Arizona Diamondbat
lacks are fac- .
ing first-round ellmi
‘•on’t have onef co f S S s
^
tobaUtiiem out.
hk
n ^ tm
Afterlosing the firs
rst two g a m e ^ '
of th eir best-of-fivee series w ith >
W orld S eries co-MA
4VPs R andy
t:Louislaades«rlM
2-0.- .
Johnson and Curt Sch
dialing pitch^
AflTlmMMOT
ing, the Diamondbad
icks send out
•
St.
Miguel Batista .to sta
itart Gam e 3
.
c. Louis 12, ArUona 2
• St. Louis 2, Arl2ona 1
a g a i n s ^ e St. LouiseC a rd in g on
Todsy’t 0 « n a
> -T SarurdaUnight;.
Arizona (Batista 8-9) a t '
\
he dldn
dn’t consider
ouis
« ^ n g K hqson, who- was
v
sheUed
* (Benes 5-»), 5:36 pjnl '
Sunday’s
Oome
in S ^ e 1 , on three d
m a a t St. Louis. 11:06 a jir .,.
G am e 3. He expres:
dence in Batista, 8-9) with
>
a 4.26
u If ncccssary
Monday's Game
- t-'.ERA in tile regular sea
Louis a t Arizona, 2:20 p jn ^ '
“Oiu-feeUng over tiie
til last couIf necessary
pie ofyears is tiiat Ran
indy is much
more effective when h
m aintain his re g u la.?r ? L “t1 !fe : 2
A lex C inntron
tr. in Game 2. Rolen
s v e e r best with 1 1 0 BpT.c
Brenly said. “We also
so feel C u n
has dazzled a t third base
SchUling is tiie guy wl
late July trade fronCihie
suited to handle short
;;'-tJ i? rw -e ^
do need to faring somel
;^ ^ y b a c k
Jon't want to try to /o o l
to pitch a p o t e n t Garr
'f and say h e 's n o t an
■That’s been our poUi
It player and he won?t t>e
stick with It."
anager Tony La RiiSsia
thn»<.
liussed,” m
mai
The Diamondbacks faces
ft
the other side, tiie team
potential elim lnarion
lUy believe that It's paCt
last year’s titie run. but i
me. and It’s an opportu*
they sent one of their ai
>mebody to step up."
. th e m ound. S chilling
M iguel C airo o r le ft
Louis in Game 5 of tiie
Ibert Pujols wiU replace
series, Johnsot> won G
th ird base. If P ujols
th e W orld S e rie s ai
Te La Russa could use
reUeved SchiUing to wir
ro in left Held.
enth game against the Yi
unondbacks
got next to
[
Certainly, the Cardin
B enes th e last
jShl^sJT**"*
n o i hjj,gy
f n ? *Igainst
Si
to avoid seeing eitiier Jo
Johnson
or
saw him in a 3-2 loss on
Schillmg again.
Benes aUowed four hits
Sept. 24. Bcn<
“I don’t think there’scs ^sn yn qv un ..^
e^
In seven scon
coreless innings, aUowtion we’d like to finish
sh It off,
ing only
o ne b a s e ru n n e r p a s t
Game 3 starter Andy Bei
Jenes said.
n „ , . in the
I
le latest
In a string of
“They’re a good teamn and
;
you
dazzUng outin
utings along his comenever want toglvetiiem
m any reaback traU
son to tiiink tills tiling co
could conBenes .near
early
re
tired
In April
tinue.
because of an arthritic right knee
“ I t ’ll be up to m e to
to p u t up
th a t saddled
led him w ith a 10.80
some zeros and give ourr offense
o
a
ERA after three
tiin starts, but had a
chance."
stingy 1.86 ERA
ER after the AU-Star
The Cardinals wiU be
e without
break. Now
h
w he'll
b e facing th e
Scott Rolen, who has a m
m oderate
team he playe
layed for in 1998 and
J
shoulder sprain after aI coUision
c
’99, fillin gg in
ir fo r th e in ju r e d
I
witii Diamondbacks pinch
c h - n m n e ^ Woody WUUaxr
G( ary M cC ord, Jo se M aria
C( anizares, M ike Smith,
1 atalsky. Bruce Surame
H
J
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. Mark
Pfeil and Rodger Da'
haro top spot
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KAHUK
JKU, H aw aii - S te v e
Stull bogeyi
eyed his nnal two holes
In a 4-undei
der 6 8 that left him in a
three-way
t for the lead afte r
y tie
the first round
rot
of Uie Turtie Bay
Championsi
luhip.
Jim Albuj
bus and R.W. Eaks also
h ad 6 8 s aat th e T u rtle B ay
R eso rt’s 7.044-yard
7,i
o ceanslde
Palmer Coui
?“TseD e fe n diin
lr g c h a m p io n H a le
Irwin wasi one
o
stroke back with
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rid a y a n d
gra b b e d a sha
ih are of th e
second-roundi lead
le
In the
Michelob Chan
lam pionship
with David Duval.
Duvnl shot a 69 and
nd was at 9.
under 133. First-round
nd co.|eader
Hidemichi Tanaka was
vas one shot
hack afte ra 70.
Loren R oberts, Cor'
.orey Pavin
aiKl C h arle s Howell
sll III w ere
amonR a g ro u p of si)
six at 135.
Rciberts shot a bogey-frt
•free 69 that '
endt'd with 11 consccuti'
vtive pars.
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Brandt Jobe,
Jc)se Coceres and Peter
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WeekE
End I a '
H Fish and
2
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G a m le
^ will
■ testd(
leer
lY v l’Mffi
Oktoberfest
m a v T he 17th annu
m ual H istoric
V
* ^
Downtown Twin Falls
Is C
Oktoberfest I
wlUbeheld.
W here Main Aveoue..
e..
•
I
When: The Dutch-ovc
oven cookk>ff.
will being at 11 ajn. with
vith live music
from 11 ajn. to 5 p j a tod£
oday.
I
How much: The enten
tertainm ent Is
H free.
TheAMoclatedPre
Preta__________
f Grapecnish
W hat: T he L ucille B
Ball G rap e
C rush will be held. Wii
W inners will
receive a 7-Uter bottle of wine from
South Hills Winery.
W here: In fro n t of
of D u n k e n ’s
Draught House in TwiniFalls.
Fa
I
' I r a n 12-5 pjn. (o d ^ .
How m uco: $5 per
J e r p erso n . I
P ro ceed s will go towar
vard buying
Christmas dectvations for
I
:or downtown.
r ju
C
d
M l
r* ^
Whae “Lovely and Am*
bnazing” will
be shown.
Where: The Lamphous< Theatre,
223 Fifth Ave. S., Twin FaU
When: 4:15 and 7 pjn.. to.
today.
I
How much: $6.50 for adults,
ad
$4.50
for seniors and students
ts aand $4 for I
madoees.
Senfois serve break
W hat The Gooding Cour
Citizens will serve break
m eal will in c lu d e coffi
sausage, pancakes, biscui
»"'ts.|&*4:
andjtdce.
W here: T h e Gooding
Ing C ounty
S en io r C enter, 308 Seni
en io r Ave.,
Gooding.
When: 730-10-30 ajn. tod
■0 ^ How much: The cost is $3.
S3.
St
Twin Falls breakbst
^
c * » a mttiiKoart.
.
Ml. tliowi J tn j Sirtln.
itln. ri(M , a th o tv in a t R n l'i Ti
Trading Post In Twin Falls. W
h] tfMr hunters will g et their
While
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1
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^
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^
)cals say th(l e y ’r e
siastic as e\
S o m e lo (
What: Pure Country will
the grand opening celebrado
Where: 170 E. Wilson, Edei
When: 8 p j a to 1 ajn .Xto< a n d
from S 9 pjn. Sunday.
How inucfa: No cover chargi
arge.
TheAwoctrti
atedPreta__________
Bam dance
W hat Dusty and the Non
Nomads will
play.
ire
Where: S p an b au ^ s Bam
am on U *.
Highway 93, east of Jerome.
“e. ■
When: 8 pjn. to midnight
t
h tto d ^ .
How m u d t The cover char
haT8e«$7.
Grand opening
Karaoke contest
What: A karaoke contest
-w m b .
featured wich cash prizes.
Whei«: Mr. BiU’s, 101 N.
Jerome.
When: 830 pjn. to 1 ajn..today.
tot
How much: No cover charge
Tribbes, critics:(debate gaaming me;^asure
BOISE ~Si
• Supporters of a ballot
fiat would legalize eleclam bling m achines
I use on Idaho fadian
ns said during a telete Thursday that tribal
vised debate'
casinos have
e n a b l e d
fadians to pull
themselves out
of poverty and
off the welfare
rolls.
■MtMOM/rtitMl
leir first chance to hunt this
, mtaifinrl kuntm can btdn tlwli
llwliluiit>tlwfoll<>wln(«Hk«
TWIN FALLS
I
- F or J o e
11, it’s not really alMut
Campbell.
e n th u s
jv e r
lUt of the hills with meat,
<»mingout
anders.
^^andw
ily get a deer,” he said
Still, the ranks of people
>le like
of young hunCei
Iters has Fish and
after buying his Idaho
Ca
Campbell
and Parish seemn to be
Game I(x>king foi
for ways to attract
w
fi w er
at Red’s IVading Post fa
w<a n in g , an d th e re a r e fe
more children an
and adolescents to
youngsters
moving up to re]
Is Friday, the day before
yo
replace
the sport,
todayY'»ac
la ttjjf ih e general deer
them , said D ave P arrish
th
ih, th e
“There’s just ita a lot more things
«ason.
rei
regional
supervisor at the! IIdaho
hundngseai
for kids to do thi
these days besides
Departm
ent of Fish and Ga
s me
De
, “It gives
I a reason to get out
Game’s
going huntingI aand fishing,” h e
there,” sale
Jerome
office.
aid Campbell, of Twin
Jei
said, “fa the last
ast 15 to 20 years,
Falls. “I t’s kind of like a mini*
'
The
latest data fadicate
te th at
there's been soce
occer, video games
vacadon. Even
E\
if I don’t get anyAn
America’s
hunting crowd for
foi che
and many odierTChings.”
cJ
thing. It’s worth
w(
m
it to get up diere
meost p a r t Is n 't very dive
v e rse .
The fact thatac beef, pork and
fa the trmhfi
iber.”
Paj
Parrishsald.
o th e r dom est:
Stic m ea t h av e
“I t’s heavily skew ed tov
Sartin of Twfa FaUs J e rry Sai
oward
become cheaper
sr tand easier to get
who was at R ed’s looking for a
wh males, around age 45
white
f5 and
hasn't helped elth
iither, Parrish said.
b e e fie r sh
older,”
he said.
shotgun to g et him
old
“ We used to0 do
< i t for m eat.
through the
he upcoming waterfowl
^ bout 20 p ercen t of Ida
A
Jaho’s
Now, people don
loii|c need venison
s e a s o n -aigreed
gr
that hunting, for > >^s
residents buy hunting licer
enses,
and elk to get by.'
him, is about
making
it one of the most ai
out the experience.
ma:
active
To help attract
ict youngsters and
“It’s aboui
huntfag
states fa the region
out the sport,” he said.
hui
)n and
their parents, Fisl
^ish and Game hqs
iway. Getting out fa the
cou
country,
Parrish said. Even so,
s< an . in cre asin g ly of
o ffe re d “y o u tl\
M S 'i :and calling them fa.”
ap[
apparent
declfae In the nun
umber
hunts" for deer,
sr, pheasants and ^
alls S e n io r
W hat: The Tw in F alh
Qtizans Center wiQ serve
« a pancake
includepan.
breakfast The meal will inc
oUiea, waffles, bacon, eggs.!
ries and orange juice.
Where: “n ie center, 616
16 Eastland
Drive, Twin Falls.
When: 8>11 ajn . today.
How m uch: T he cost
it iis $ 3 fo r
senior^ $4 for adults and
I
Id $2.50
for
children under 12 .
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ire
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U.S. S e n a te ean d k tc te Alan Bllnh
Inkan
sa!id b e back s Proposition 1 , the
sa
m
me asu re th a t woukJ help legali2c
l2c tho
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to rren tly u se d on four resoivatlof
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POCATELLO
D - As new cases
of chronic wastin
sting disease are
found in d e e r' an d elk nationwide, the Idaho
Q epartm ent of
lo D
Fish and Game is asking
e
hunters
to voluntarily allow
a ll
te sd n g of
l^raln tissu e from
rom th e anim als
they kill.
There has nevei
ever been a confirmed case found
ind in Idaho, but
Pish and Game! pU
plahs to expand
tesdiig this huntijij
idjig season,
“Right now. we
d
ve don’t
have it,"
said .Jim Unsw
wor
o rth , w ild life
b ureau chief. “Bu
*But we need to
test for it.”
T h e Id a h o F'IIsl
s h a n d G am e
Commission appro
•proved th e p n ^
gram at its Thursd*
rsday meeting fa
P o cate llo . T hei te s tin g s ta rts
Saturday.
S e v e ra l s taite
te ss in c lu d in g
Colorado, Wisconsi
ansfa end North
Dakota have been
^ n killing thou* sands of deer fa' certafa
cei
areas to
stop the spread of
of dth e disease.
T h e re a r e no0 d o c u m e n te d
cases of it infecting
in g hum ans, but
clmuilc wasting is closely
t
related to m ad cow ddia
isease, which
has killed about 100 Europeans,
Thirty-seven domi
lomestic elk a t a
S alm on-area game
u n e fa rm w e ra
destroyed la s t N
No\
ovem ber, b u t
die disease was not
n o t detected in
dieir brafa dssue.
e. ITh e elk came
from a south-centr
intral Colorado
fa rm a n d w e re
-e e« x p o s e d to
chronic w asdngdiei
tbere.
T h e d e p a rtmaeenn t h o p e s to
gadier 350 to 700
lO81
sam p ln fro B d e e r th is se a so)n
n ai t F is h a n d
Game check stadoni
ions
th e s ta te , averagin
^ n g SO to 100
samples from eacA r
aly voluntary,"
“H u n ters don’t
have to let us take
■ke a s a m ite if
her game, he said. Those huii
e during spedal - usually ear
"v
short seaspns and are open*
forr 12 - to ISyear-old hunters, ^
be supervised by adults,'h1e
s list
id.
C am pbell said h e p la n s» lw
fatrcx
troduce his son - now a t o d ^
- to
h
0 hunting
as soon as the boy
oldieer
nou^.
,
Cai
C am p b ell’s fa th e r, Acci
they don’t want to.”
Cami
impbell of Twfa Falls, said|“1 ®
To gadier a ta n I
F I* .
h as
IS hhu n ted fo r m ost of h is' £M
and Game empl
a p lo y e e s w ill
years
ars. And h e hasn’t noticed *
remove a smaU tam
sample o n n i n
declin
clfae fa young hunters, becaui
|use
tissue
frtan
wbete
tb
e
tfa
eq
d
n
a
lc
o lthe! sport
sp
seems to be a tradido
uon
umn joins the base
• e oof tb e s k u E
wichs
Lh so many area families,
1 hiuiteits about
Red
iled’s manager. Ryan Horsle]
'ey.
e o p lo v M w iU
said
d hhe sees no end fa sight f?*"
fo
also h an d o S tp alam
m p h iets and
che! store’s
st<
hundng seasoi rush>“*
i
answer qjortsm to’s
c
I’s questions.
sales.
es. Lately, GPS land naviga
ff*
“Hunters shouldn^
Idn’t kiU a sld^
cion
s
n system
s and q uality opti
'tic
Qf u nhealthy looldn
gear
s
u* seem to be the best-sellfaj
^ 8 .^ ^ ^ n 9 w o r t h said. “T
“Tlh ey should
huntfa
Iting accessories, he said.
contact us. W e havi
lav e b ee n disAnd
Ind th e old stan d ard item:
‘" s
p a tc h in g d e e r aand
n d e l k w ith
contfai
itfaue to move well, he said.
healdi problems for
y
o r years.”
“We
We can't keep our used hunt
ingrifles
rifl on the shelves.”
Please see W'ASTm8,PageC3
AST
,
DDrought p])roduces trout
ti
\\ urplus for:some waiaters
The Tlmet-Wews________________
Tin
~
The water suppi:
P P iy -A i
JER
EROME - Anglers in south
trai Idaho should ffad more
Stocked fish a re rrip
ip e fo r th e
1bow trout than usual fa man>
"y
catching, and anglers
lers m ay find ____
ers this fall and w inter, the
th e ir local fishing
ng h o le less
7
ho D epartm ent of Fish and
crowded
this
tim
e
of
‘The Taffetas’
: o f year. Ice
nesays.
..
anglers will likely see
«e ac few more
W hat: T he M ountain H
Haarrison
hat's E ca u se drought condiI
^
rafabow trout thisi w
wiinter comF o u n d atio n w illh j)rese n t
s have made some reservoirs
centra
A la n « „
s.
^
pared to past years.”
Taffetas.”
\ ^
uitable for fish stocking, creatrainbow
Among th e waters
W here: King F ine x r t s C enter, I
srs th a t were
an unusual surplus of 8 - to 1 Q.
0'A lthough I a m not e n i
m
m
But
oppo.
m
waters
Burley.
eptemben
stocked as late as Septc
I rainbow trout to be placed jj,
fa
gaming. I realize th a t <
n e n ts m ainIduho
Whoi; 8 pjn. today.
• D ie rk e s L ak e nnie a r Twin
remaining waters,
sovereign nation, h a s
tafaed that the
Game!
How much: Tickets, vrttidi
Ich are $ 8
Falls.
nd donations of m illions of
determ ine Its economl
addictive
That
fo r adults and $5 for students,
its,c an b e I
t from several hatcheries are
In th e confines of Its n
re
• S n a k e R iv e r 'aa t N iag a ra
n a tu re of th e
obtained a t The Times-News Burley
j
Nof)
?ing Fish a n d G am e k ee!p
p
m nrtitn^ causCraig said through a Sen.
sj Lany Craig
Springs.
imsuito
o f f i ^ Welch Music and The
Ih e Book I
Ity o f fish In sp o ts w h e re
ly
es gamblers to
I-----■e
•O ster Lakes near
H
u*Hagerman.
sn advocate ol
F’S an
i enough w ater to sustain
PlaM in Burley, and a t The
rheBcw k
e’s
w a ste m oney
lembers. It also generates; nmilfor our people to at
g<each tritw, as a
S c o t^ R iq je rt.
”
• G avers L agoor
oon a t th e
I th at otherwise
rise woidd be spent on
liont
ons o f dollars th a t che trit
as tho right to
the ren
ribes
to prosperity, ftt)n
Hayspur
hatchery
near
earPlcabo.
Respite th e severe drought
families and wm have
wotil
otild not otherwise enjoy, said
»
smic destiny withAnd
w elfare to b re ak
n.
• Stone Reservoir’near
nei Almo.
iitions seen this p ast sumTMFaulknerPlanetail
a ^ w u ^ tiS gI ir
influence fa Idaho.
i^ave
v c M atheson, chief executi
:s reservation.’
trout, good
fr
iidve
and re p la ce hope
trout fishing can sdll
eek.
11
• Salmon Falls Creek
im fag a t fo u r Idaho
offic
netaiium I
T ribal gam
H ie Faulkner Planet
ffic e r o f th e C o eu r d ’A le
aapohesnwn!
helpin
len e
desp a ir w ith.opp
o
u
n
d
,—c
h
e
.d
o
p
a
rtm
e
n
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Creek
fa
Twfa
'5
VdnFalls.— ^— --------thousands
Trtb<
w ilC ^ p resen t “L ed Zepi
ep p e lin ;
reserradonss employs
e
p lenty
ribe'Casino.
h
o
p
e
,”
M
atheson
m e regional office said in a
I of people, fa(
facluding non-tribal
Maxta£mVohmie.»
■
there’s
^ s a n l ^ t and day dlfferen
ence
pjease see• go
(L from poverty '
Please see TROti
mXfr.PageCS
chem.s re le a s e . “T he re c e n tlyy
W I M I h e Faulkner Planet
a t tS r H e r re tt C enter for Art
•om a culcure of
"Des
\-\7
.
ik
th
a
t
w
elfare
conditi
-S ek n c a on the campus of die C
qI Soutiwro Idaho in Twin FaQi
p elessness and
mer, gc
. W h o : 8:15 pin. today.
p p o rtu n ity .o n d - be-fou
How much: Admission Is $i 4 for
HAGERMit
ion s a id in th e
Jerome
MAN - S ta te w a te r
—
. The anim al is foun
vice presidentIt . has am ple room to house
hoi
adults. S3 for sttkirs, $2 for students
sa
mate-------I m anagers ggiav e p re lim in a ry
■
>QAMINQ,PaseC3
new hn
s r Prescott,
scream of the Snai
’owier
S u p p ly fo r Id a h o
a n d $9 fo r fam ilies o f up
rials and offices for■both
boi county
Magic
Mlay In brisfr
:o j)ro h ib it f u r th e r
'
\ er, said th at habitats once0e
Hagerman to Weisi
adults and fiv« children. Chi
and state Democrats
c
E iS c S ;
ts campaignon of w ater on about
------>ved
to
b
e
harm
ful
to
che
im dertarenotadm ittad.
The petition to ^
e
Ing in th e Nov. 5 gen<
jeneral elec3 5 i ^ e t o f BBillingsley
I
Creek fa
i p y o f th e p re lim in■a“
AA co
0 Springsnails have e ith err
re g io n a l d ire c to r
don.
I Gooding Couni
unty.
order
d e r approving th e applicad>
1 p ro v e n n o t to h arm th ee
Fish and Wildlife
It will be manned by local volts
I T he Idaho
ko D e p a rtm e n t o f
is a. v a ila b le
^ t e n t e r for the Arts
o n iin e_ _
lals
o
r
th
at
they
no
longer
r
unteers
from
noon
unt 9 p.m.
unril
u n d fa th e m a fa
John
o u rc e s an n o u n c ed
www.
iw Jd w r. 8tate.id.usflnfo/pio/
What: •‘M udfest Desdiiy an
on w eekdays and 10 \a.m . to 9
K i d J j U t nno
o one opposed mini f J i Wn.
o f Pow
i”i : r . i “. ? . ^ r „ vlak
i e River from
d ertJ
C o te ^ m p o rary
^ e i
now has a healthy
j
p.m . S aturdays from
m nnow until
siser.
Power,
I I m i^ m s a m C
LandKape.” p a r t« f a muUdii
locrati hold grand
the elecdon, said John
the state.
>hn Radford,
S t t e l S X * ', ;
a om
v ,nw iw tttloni
»A nneBadgley,
f_fl|«ve
nary A m r about tbe id a a lM
" S i
committee chairman.
n. The
T head"W hen th e Idahi
tor o f th e U.S.
^® ho
S (or headquarter*
ling
a y |y c < tfa 0 l9 ifacwm gy.wini
____ ^guarters’J ie le p h o n c jii
« I K ^ w a a - l l a t e d - a sfe^ Service, says
>:d«llilldaha.Sprin(inal
u strea m .flo w s a r e — tOjldf
b ee nr odir P A IL S — AltK b u B riiF
i_
732-filfit:------------------I992rthere-w a«-li
o ? p I o te c ^ i T U d U f e = HBAA Q S R M A N ^ I i e - I d gho----it
1 th a t th e snail
Itlon
for
a
week,
th
e
2002
' All county-based De
Democratic
th e species and ig
It*e re d in 1992
i m i t i u l l could lo o n b e Qff
o
®”lalgn
” - headquarters for the2
B
c a n d id a te s a r e expc
x p e c te d to
If,
w ith in i t s histoi
a n d ip a vM
^ * S w 5 t ’M d ^
S •mb
a d a i ( n * d q w d a a Utt If
ly population fa
F alls C ounty Democraticc
a tte n d th e g ra n d ope
op en in g , to
'
larva aaMfaatli:
K em ptlnm e said.
>»: v itw i and racte*
p eittiltt i o n ' fro m Goy. D)lri{
li
; ; | S n £ £ A & i £ a i S ^^
r
a
l
C
om
m
ittee
w
ill
have
s
jwhlch the public is favit
nvited.
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um tlet.
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s
, "In response toBtljo s p r in g m ^
OlI>*0IMfUCC»«ll.'
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r a n d o p e n ln g ~ a t~ 7 'p .m .
’ R efreshm ents willJ bIme served,
BtUB'ijtreaia flowk . i Xas
aho
nlficant re s e a r c h «
b a p f f ia r iK h a i Jolnad Idal
F o r m o re in fo rm aatii
d o n , c a ll
ij'wlU ba Janio
lior in p rio rity t o , Powei
eral
to d e te r m in e ho
war I s patW onlns tha (eden
s
facility,
located
a
t
1239
)
R
adford
a
t
735-4096.
extfaction."
n m m a n t u d a l f i t th a m mO,
ai
iS f o T c J ^ e 'n S '^ l^
U n e R oad in Twin FaUs,
- compiled fkom■aal
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) the lilting. .Ig. 4,
Il was initiated
M onday
Idaho.
RepubUcan Irtcu m b tn t Sen. I^rry
Craig a ls o sakl h e supports tho n
sure.
g h th o
^During a cant|>al«i sw ing through
Rsnhandle on Thursday, sunken s
c asin o s an d gam ing on resorvatic
caa
provWe m u c ^ n e ed e d employmon
ent for
both tribal m em bers en d non-lndii
idians.
•I'm
' for I t . 'h e sa w flatty,
fleeponding to a q uw y se n t to his
lis
cam paign, Craig sa id h e also suupp
^p o n s Proposition 1 .
M u
■ T W
B
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ersgiveO;)i^tosetn
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V H O
. V E le c tio n
Senslate cari(id id a tes; - Distrilet 22
Hm « ara profllM
lies about ttie candldMM for
o r 1Id ah o S e n a te D istrict 22 In
n the
tr Nov. S gtneral election.
to re
n. T he d istrict lak e s In Elmon
■t ■
.Republican
BACKGROUND
^
ti
.
WHY RUNNING
4Q
^
f
a In District 2 2 who ha s
>gislstlve experience.
of sta le gov'I am iha only csn d id alsrartUngs
In
all issu e s are Intertocal Bovem m snt an d Isgls
tively help Elmore an d
Stn cs I undorsiand ih s wor
ommofii an d I s e o how all 1
hwtnod. I c a n m o rs sffsctlve
Boisa co u n ilss.'
I - especially co rrseX. After program cuta.
S a y s m ore p ro srsm cu tsirc
- e1 n tf o ra s h o n p e rtIXexempUone
e re the
tions - might b e called for.
>
raising the sa le s lax 1 p eisrs
rn m ight h ave lo
»m
o d en d reducino s a le s lax
e e ta x i B te s o f
^
next ste p s. S a y s law m aM n
reinstate the personeJ IncoR
DAIRY ^
lulation Ues In good
2000.
S upports hydrogsn
REGULATION
*ent of Environmental
S a y s ttw key to daliy regula
4
siting s t th e counly level.w.
SuS a y s th e
o u U d o a b e tle ri o b .
sulfide rates Ihe Oepartmeni
imtyoffldala
w ere dis- Ouallly ts constderlng now.
J
Is
^
D epartm ent Agriculture coulan d direction the
d e regarding a pro**• For exam ple. E lrrw e Counti
feedlf>g opera*
appoinied In how llWe d a animal
la i
ET
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CORRECTIONS*
B
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^ U J R E W 'S
IN S U R A N C e^a
PRO G RA M ^
TERM U M T8
3
K
I '
. Pred Kenni
inedy
Democra
ral
Age S3. Idaho ruthr*. Uvm In M ountain Honw.
Ago abOL
ibout 64. on Idaho nativ*. Ilvos m1
m srrt»d wWi m rM Aduttt children,
ch
fom w r high ' Mountain
lain Homo, married an d h a d three
M chilschool (eachor, now a flnai
Inancial edvlsar. serv ed dren. bul Ihe d d o s l diod In 1092. retired
ed
o n tn* Mouf)Uln H orns City
Ott] Council fo r1 2
lawyorwt
r v»ho onco worked In tho office of th e
yoaro an d In Iho Idaho Hoi
^touse o i:
Idaho anc
attomoy gonoral in ctiargo of the
r
e narr y ears.
co tlcsam
R b pfosO T U It«8toffoory«
a n d crimo dMsk>n. a lso se n /ed eess
County prosecuting attorney Iron
• Elrrw0roC
■om1964
972.
unlll 1972
STATE BUOOET
EOUCATION
H
a g en cy w as ab le to provide i
p o se d King Hill confined anh
jkj b e m a d * for public
tion.
ave u se d up their
ihoukl
S a y s no further cu ts should
I b e m ade In
should not Increase,
schools b e c a u se m any have
n draw s In stu d e n ts
ssvlngs. No further cu ts shot
Is reaso n ab le to iooii
higher education. Tuition she
Idaho
either, b e ca u se low tuitionSouthem
di
from om er sta le s. S a y s 11sIss rr Inslltutlon.
a l moving th e C ollege of Soi
}el Is Increasing too
.toward becom ing a four-year
program s, counselIS su c h a a ankle
S a y s th* corrections budget
rapidly. S u b stan c e a b u se more
prt to k e ep more
I's
Ing an d monitoring devices sc h ea p er an d also
b racelets should b e u se d ter.
mc
people out of prison. T hat's c
h e lp ek * « p families together.
slate. It couM alford
But th e sta te d o esn 't
S ay s H Idaho w ere a rich DUara
sta lo u se all.ol the
10 a d v e rtse th e program . Bu
h av e en o u g h matching doUai
federal money avaUabie. elected offtoisis
1% of th* *leclo(ate
who are n 't doing a
S aye Umltlng th* t*rm* ofifu
*litlh e rc rlp p le sn jrai
lak*e aw ay th* reeponslbUtty
s th a th a v e a iim tte d
lo vo te out of offlc* th o s* irve.
wh
good |o b . T*rm limits a lso fui
a re a s w tthlow populations tti
p o o (o (p * o p l* w h o e a n * e rv i
rk S h u s te r
M aari
Libertarian
Lib
sm Illinois but h as be e n In
Ago 55. lawyer. Irom
I. lives
Idaho for 17 years,
llv in Qlenns Ferry,
on. no prevlouk public se r;
divorced, no children,
vico.
‘I w as. llioi
morally ostoundod when both hou
o u se s o l
the Legist
igistaiuro voted lo repeal tho lorm
I
n limit
initiallvo
o
ve odopiod
by Iho crtizons ol thO'Sl
rela te ol
Idaho,. tn two
t
soporoio oloctions... It is cloarty
cli
time that
i two-party syslom bo returned
la t a
od lo tho
IS ol Idaho... I leel thai my work arv
cWzens
sn d tho
experierK'
erKO I hovo gained in my m any y ea ars In
bile and privolo sectors will oneU>10
e mo to
tho public
contribution.*
rhake ao voluoble
vs
-The tonn hmils repoi
ipoal m ade m e m ad enough
rested In running lor crfflce.
to octuaiiy goi intorosi
People don't vote loday
lodi because they think
ihoir volos don't coum
>unt. If peopio ore allowed to
becom e Involvod and
md se e Iheir portlcipation
I. Ihoy
m okes a difference.
II- will becom e
involved.'
Supponai
>na audit of all sta to a gency budgel
je ls fo
figure oout
u t'where to cut without eliminatin(
Ing
e sse n tia
:iall;programs. If revenues continue
lie to bo
short, ddo
o aaway with Ihe $100 million Incoi
:om e
ta x c u ts
c
9 aadopted
in 2001. ineroaso sin ta
ta>x es
a n d k M)kk a t putting a salos lax on so m eI se
s rvhne reducing the overall sa les tax
vices whnc
Bx rate,
Ingeneral. Itwroaro
'o tar
ti too m any government
ro aro
program s. And ihoro
11 far loo many bureaucrals who m ake belter
Iter se iehes end get belter
benefits lhan the pnvo
nvaie sector taxpayers who
lund them . Thoro shot
hould be no mon) tax
increases.
S ay s m10
oC
Dopartmoni of AgrlcuHure might
)ht
n e ed to} sl{
Stan moro programs in order toireg
n ulale dairies
Irios'efloctively. Tho OepartmeniI of
01
Envtronmo
im enioi Quality shouM also hav e) aa
o le rogulaling Ihom. DEQ n eed si to
major rolo
to
e stab lish
Ih nreasonabU> hydrogen sulfide sta
jian- ,
d e rd s for
o r ddairies.
Sak) ho knows noihinc
iing about tho issue.
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LEWISTON (AP) - The
T State
toward, who opposed
Marilyn Howi
B oard of E d u ca tio n is
i: ta k in g
any delay,. w
weants a 5.3 percent
m ore time this fall befon
)re making
increase n I «u ni e r a l tax supM rt i ts re co m m en d atio nI on
< s ta te
the equivalei
alent o f $45 i ^ i o n .
funding for public school
Ige must, also i^ d u d e
>ols.
The package
The board, which wra
rapped up
nearly $74 million
mill
in property tax
its October meedng in north-cenn
relief for sclior
;liooI district resiclents
tral Idaho on FHday, waj
rants more
statewide,
inform ation on teacher
er salaries
A year ago.
i board r^ < ^ e d
go. the
and federal grants before
)remaking
the budgetc plan
pl
from Howard
a d ec isio n fo r th e 2!003-2004
0i
and a coalition
don of education incerschool year.
" ' ests, calling; the
thi double-digit perB ut b o a rd memb<
b e r Jim
centage increi
crease excessive and
Hammond of Post FallsI rremained
ordering deve:
evelopment of-a draconcerned ab o u t requt
,n estin g a
matically paret
ared ta c k requen.
s ta te aid package th at
ac will be
/ Republican
J
an Jerry
Evans, whose
considered excessive by leglslafl6 years as state
stai sp o o ls sugerindve budget in light of th
the state’s
Ltendenc is unsurpassed,
un:
.<;alled
financial crisis > even if the recn unprecedented
and
the decision
ui
om m endadon reflectss th
t e re al
accused thes bboo v d of selling out
needs of die state’s 250,{
0.000 pubIdaho’s childr
ildren to becom e an
lie school smdents.
accountant for th e govenu^. He
“Pm always nervous ab
about prosaid th e boar<
o ard w as m ore, condu cin g a budget for wl
which we
cerned a b o u t n o t ro c k in j^ th e
do n ’t k n o w 'if it’s goin
ing to b e
Kempthome
ac inistrationboat
e adm
funded,” Hammond said.
d.
than itw as about
aboi quality schools,
H e suggested chat fa
failing to
H ow ard’s
s ceu r re n t p lan is
m ak e a recom m endatii
tion th a t
notably less> aggressive
ag
biit.^oes
accommodates the state’s
e’s severe
includes
a
mulcimillion-dollbr
2
econom ic problem s - problem
pr
s . percent pay’ increase
inc
in what the
th a t led to tb e first-ever
e r reducstate spencls5 for
foi teachers safiules
tion in scate funding Iasi
ISC school
even as the state
stat faces a gap of at
year -< shifts decisions on educaleast $150) m
m illio n b e tw e e n
tion policy to lawmakers.1.
expected taxKcollections
co
and min**I struggle with havin
ing them
imum required
red spending without
establish our prioritiess for
1
us,”
any pay hikes.
S says the'extra
es. She
Hammond said.
money is neec
leeded to k e e p and
S tate Schools Superint
n te n d e n t. attract qualified
ified teachers.
Judge ruh
decapitati
le s
S a y s iho
qi
10 quality
ol os woll a s tho lundmg
1
>g for
education
o nr n eed Improvomont. Lawmakers
)rs
should try
tryi to restore cuts modo 10 public: eeducaiion a tItallall levels. Tho College ol Souihoi
nom
Idaho d o0e*s 8 0 fine |o b a s a two-year colleg
o g o .'
a n d becau
it
» ut s e ol a siralned state budget,. it
. shoukj corn
continue a s a Iwo-yoar school lorr now.
r
lid guard
against funding
S a y s tho stoto should
(
fancy school buiklings.
gs. T he sta te should cut
support lor people sucl
luch os administrators and
V ouchers wouM
counselors in public: schools.
sci
encourago compelition
:ion and therelore excellenco in oducatkin. Tho College of Southem
Idaho shoukl becom10e as tour-year irtstitulton.
S a y s oxpor
ipenditures are increasing loo rapi(
ipidly.
Many peopi
eople In prison in Idaho are nonvio
/loleni
offenders
rs oiond shoukl bo given oitemattve
<0 sonten cos. Oru
D njg troalmont program s are mon
010
effective>ininipreventing crim e Ihon puttingB (peopie in |ail.II.
S ays all slale agencies
:ies can be moro elfldent.
but tho m ost inolficient
jnt is corrections. There
are for too m any la wrs.s.»which results in turning '
fairly docent people inlo
inic crim inals. Adultery
laws and drug law s are
□re good exam ples. D rugs
should bo legalized. T
Thhe wor on drugs is a
shorn and a sinkholeI for
fo tax dollars.
T h e stato
si
lo shoukl
t>e moro aggresslvo in oc
advorUsing th e program.
pr
S ays everyone should
lid |g e t the sa m e great
govem m ent employees
health Insurance thatit gc
have, but mosi especial
cially the taxpoyers who
—
_______ pay iprii.__________
S a y sp rooposals
po
to alK>w local officials such
ich o s
e ch o o lbo
» aarr d mem bers or city council mon
omb e rs to bMe exem
o
pt from tem) limits aro a gc
good
Id ea.ifsu
pp
lupported
by Ihe public. Elected sia
su to
oflkMrsshoi
should b e lorm limned. Tho
Legislature'!
uro's repeal of te n n limits “w as ann
arrogant1display
dis
ivho
ol power by legislQiors wh
refused to 1folkm
c
tho will of tho people.*
Says Iho public is powo
iworfess todoy. T he main
reason is beca u se c aDieorpolllicians
io
aro fundOd by special interests
(
ts (largo
corpomilons). ■
The result Is that politici
iticlans cater to those who
finance thoir com paigns
gns. Term iimils would
revitalize American govi
lovemment a t all levels.
:S----------
91, E i t 278, bMw*en 2 p jn. and
iKt B p.m . Monday tliro tt^ Saturdi
2th
Tbe *flM l adrfr*se for obKuari*s
»• Is obKaOmagicvalley.com. Deat
^
Btll B p jn . *»ery day,____________
tin
ipetent
s u s p e c t
d o n
LEWISTON (AP) - Th
rh e m an
a c c u s e d of b eh e ad in gB a; s h o e .
salesman is incompetentt to
ti stand
trial and wUl undergo a psychi.
a t r i c e v a lu a tio n for S
sie v e ra l
months.
*
John Mark Cope, 42, wt
was committed by the Idaho Depa
partment
of
lys a fte r
' C orrection for 90 day:
th e ju d g e m ade his ruli
tiling on
Monday.
‘
His first-degree murder
:r case is
m d fit to
•suspended until he isfoun<
iassise his attorneys in hi
his own
<defense.
He was arrested after Brian
Bi
K.
Elliot’s
body
was
found
1
1o
outside
Cope’s Lewiston apartmi
ment on
June 29.
Cope had voluntarily commitcc
t himself to the mental
ted
U health
ui n it o f St. Jo s e p h R et
eg io n a l
}
Medical Center that day, ddlegedly1 covered in blood.
According to a police aff
iffldavit,
C ope a d m itte d killin gS E llio t
before making comments
ts about
in c S m p
*Uhe beast” anc
and becoming Incoherent.
Prosecutors
3 hi
had moved to have
Cope ev a lulated
ate im m e d ia te ly
after his first
cc
st court
appearance,
citing concerns:
ms about ills mental
state. C ope’s
c u rt-ap p o in ted
:’s co
attorneys In1 A ugust said they
could not commi
nmunicate withhim.
Magistrate: Jay
Ja; P. Gaskill then
sent Cope to) the
thi Idaho Secijricy
M edical Facilii
cility In Boise and
. la te r accepted
:ed a conclusion of
incompetencee Iv the unit’s chief
psychologist.
If Cope is later
late declared fit to
stand «trial by s t a t e d o cto rs,
either side may
may chalienge th at
finding The judge
jud| will m ake'the
final determlination
ine
w hether to
proceed with Cope's
Coi
case.
Nez Perce County
Coi
Prosecutor
Dan Spicklerr noted
ni
th at Idaho
has no insanity
ity <
defense, and the
case will continu
tinue like any other
if Cope is found
m d competent after
treatment.
I
>
*
I
5 IT U A R IE S
FerobK uaryistM M
O eed»» le 4 4 0 ».■
D re
a n d B o i s e c o u n tie s .
»
' sn e r^ m a n ,
Board ivants moi
time on1 school bbudget
1
jLi2002Brl
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e r v i c eE
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m 1Clark Bradshaw.of Salt
Reuben
Lake City,
ty, Utah, service at 12:30
p.m. today
lay at the Gooding LDS
viewing will be held one
Church; yi.
:fore the service; interhour befoi
ill b e in th e Elm w ood
m ent will
y in
Cemetery
i Gooding (Demaray*s
Gooding Q
Chapel).
v:
vice
a t 12:30 p.m. todayr a{ t th e
P a u l T h ird an d F o u rth1 'W ard
C hapel of th e Church of
if Jesu s
C
Christ
of Latter-day Saints,:
s, 300 S.
51 W., Heybum; intermer
500
ent will
fc
follow
a t R iverside Cemi
n e te ry ;
fr
friends
lh a y call from 11:3(
:30 a.m.
to
to l s l 5 p.m. today at theI ci
church
(R asm u ssen F u n era l H om e,
(1
P au l C.
C. T urnipseed of F iler, Burley).
Bi
gravesidee service
s
at 2 p.m. today
a t th e File
•iler Cem etery in Filer;
G a rre tt R eese Wright,.in
i fa n t
interm ent
It 1will follow the service sscon o f J o h n an d Steph
p h a n ie
(P ark e’si Magic
^
Valley F uneral W right, graveside service
:e a t 10
Home, Twii
win Falls).
a.
a.m . to d a y a t th e Elm
'
mwobd
O etery In (hooding (Demi
Cem
maray’s
Lois Katl
lathlecn (Divine) Sm ith Gooding
G
Chapel).
ofOIyinpia,
>ia, Wash., graveside service a t 2 '- p.m . to d ay a t th e
V e rn a E s te lla Jepsoi
ion o f
Bellevuei Cemetery
C
in Bellevue; Jerome,
Je
service at 2 pjn. toe
oday at
internment
;nt is under the direcdon th e H ov e -R o b ertso n Fui
u n eral
em aray Funeral Chapel
}ne.
S .'stsSe'n'J
Chapel; burial will follow in the
Jerom e Cemetery;
■ o t i o w w i w ■>
ery; friends may
swdlwiQimattai.caM73»0Ma,
---------call from M:4S p.m.
p.n today at the
p.01. fDriwit-day puMcatlon. Ing
Tbi his retirem eni. John F
icialing
funeral home,
I Pastor Dale Mi.'izgcr ollic
■wvtee and can b* placed until
T w i nI F
will bo
9d spending time with his■ Military
N
mos a n ti mlcrmoniII ■
9d wile. Joyce, their children loilow
li
lal Park
at Sunsci Momona
Myrtis Matthew:
lews Leonardson
randchlldren. John particu- Ccmeiery
C
in Twin Fails. Idah
aho.
of Twin Falls, serv
«rvice a t 11 a.m.
F alls
jnjoyed activities with his
AM services aticJ arrange
gemonis
M onday a t W hhit
ite M ortuary;
beloved
<
' especially
cam ping, ihe are
a under the clireciion1 ol
1 Ihe
interm ent will foil
follow in Sunset
and grar
ll lamily hum . and his PParke.s Mayic Valley Fu
F
uneial
M
em
orial
P
a
rk
k;; vview ing from
larly enj'
te "the annual Doc Lowry Home
H
ol Twin Falls. Idaho.
9:45-10:45 a.m. Mor
Monday at White
lamilyOven
e: Cook-oir,
annual1 1s survived by his sweelMortuary in Twin
Fi
inFalls.
■
'
favorite
F ii.i- r
Joyce Lowry. His children,
Dutch ia
Ov(Oarron) Andreason ol r
C h a rlo tte L.. Ki
K roll of Twin
Johna.li Utah. Julie (Ja so n ) Paul
C. Turnlpsoed
**
F alls, se rv ic e! w ill b e h eld
heart. 3Jool Kimberly. Idaho. Kevm
1914.2002
Tuesday at 1 p.m.
>.m. a t the Tiyin
Cynthia
n) Hater of Kimberly. Idahb.
Paul Cox Turnipsoed. 87^ col Filer
F alls 1st P resbyte
lyterian Church;
Aurora.
arol (Brian) Cunningham ol ppa s s e d away on Tue:
lesd ay .
committal services,
ces.wUI follow at
Caputo"alls.
c
Idaho. His m other. Ociober
0
1. 2002. in Filer. Ida
?aho.
Sunset
Memorial
a Pi
Park; visitation
(Shawn)
I
Lowry
of Manti, Ulah. his
Paul was born Dccombc
b
ar
30.
from 4-^ p.m. Moni
londay a t White
and Caro
tr. Fred (Tammy) Lowry ol 191*1.
1!
in Twin Fads, Idaho, th
the
son
Twin Fai
Mortuary in Twin
n F<
Falls.
. Ulah. and sister, Theresa ol
oi Foiix .and Reiia
Carol e)
Lo Alder ol Ephraim. Ulah; Turnipseed
Ti
Ho grow up. ailt
brother.
,
«
indchildren
and 2 great- school,
s(
and spem his entire
Sandy.children,
U
numerous Iriends the
m Filer area On Augus
USI 15,
D e a t iH N O T I G ]
(Charlie)
Tilly,
15
!l G e ra ld in e R ice of
elheari.
M arv el
1935.
he married his sweel:
13 granc
vas welcomed home by his Dorolhy
Di
service ac 11 a.m. today e i
ier Ihey
Jerome, set
Loudon and logelhe
H om e in Tw^n
ib u n
F uneral1H<
grandchii
On W ednesday
Hal Lowry, and other loved larmed
la
and raised iheir sson in
at th e Hov<
ove-Robertson Funeral Sharon Louise Rathb
2 0 0 2 , surrounded i
lat preceded him in death
Fi
Filer.
Paul owned anc3 ope
TWIN FALLS - Sharon L oul«
sorated
Chapel; but
burial will follow In the
lo w ry
Dr. John Haslem Lo^
Ih
Iho Flier Super Station (or 35
15
years
Jerome
Cen
R
adibun,
54,
of
Twin
FaUs
A
e
te
r
y
.
Ri
with J e s u s afterlay.
a O ciober 2. father. 1Ha
0 0 'S C A L L H O M I
ar ho also drove truck
and
Fr
F riday, Oct. 4, 2002, at m
MS c W a r d F r o e m a n
)d by his family, ones that
battle with brain can
looked around His. garden
He had many (nends. w
Regional Medical Cer
enter.
BUHL - W^ard
art F ree m a p
:s (C huck) S q u ire s , Valley
Ve
Lowry went to bo
He was born Apri
ind an
mi
member ol ttie Filer Odd Fe
b e Faitchild.84,ofBuhl
A rra n g e m e n ts
Willi
S u h ld ie d F rid ^
r a co u rag eo u s
QOI
I
service
at
2
p
jn
.
today
H al.and Carol. Kai
ly space. He then looked ar
and in his spare time ho en
Oct. 4,2002.
n ..h e R uipert
p . Elks Lodge; Inter- announcM
God lelocearth and
by Reynolds F‘uneral
uj
an
MantI, Utah. Alter;ancer.
gr
...
hu
hunting and lishing. Paul en
Services
will
be
a
^pril
26.
1935.
to
and
found
>e
announce<i''by
Chapel
in
Twin
Falls.
pending
a
t
W
illam
ette
Cti
Manti High School..
/our tired lace.
he
helping people and ail who
0 knew
S '" ; '
Keller Lowry In
emptyut iHis arms out and said, . him.
the Farmer Funeral
talCI hapeL
Utah State Unlvers
National C« Cem etery in P ortland,
hit lovec^him and will miss3 1him.
from upon the
< and rest'.
John joined ther graduating
Nj
ome
y
ea
rs,
Ore.
His
loving
wile
ol
67
y<
l. John attended
saw you
later a s s ig n e d 3to
Bgarden must be beautiful: Dorolhy:
Dc
son. Dale (Ru
)uihie)
KIM BERLY ~ R obert E . R o d n a y A . B u t »
ersity. In 1955.
He put
Corps ol the United
ways takes the'best.
Tu
Turnipseed
ol Jerome. ID. twi
iwo sisPauline L : I^rdia Hoover of Twin q
BUHL - Rodney
W jLB
i ua«r..,« 6 ,
G Ia rn e r, 91, of K im berlyy di ie d
Navy and w as ‘Son. com
Corps.
new that you were suller* ters.
ter Thelma Crouse of Filer.
er. and ,
Falls, servic-vice at 1 p.m. today a t Friday.
p-j
luntain
Buhl and formerl
God’s g
Oct. 4,2002, a t Moui
He s e rv e d a to
toi the M edical
Ed
Edith
Smith ol Twin Falls. p1C. and
Reynolds Ft Funeral Chapel; burial View
^
triy.
V|>joesday. Oc
Upon'com pletionedoStates Marine— He alwa
Care Center in Kimberi
lew you were in pain.
thi
three grandsons. Garth, flu
g^ss &_______ w iU _ fo l!o
'w _ a t_ T w ln _ F a lls
!o
He kne\
--------- -to u r in 1957;-John re
—A rra n g e m e n ts -- w i l l new that you would never Steven
Sti
Turnipseed survive Pa
i ll 1b e held . v i
le g e w here he tour
r« in J a p a n , ing.
M aaic
service will
Ion earth again.
IHis p aren ts and one Ssi e , .
aann n o u n c e d by P a rk e ’s M
n of his military
He knew
AsflQciates Degree
iw the road was rough; ihe Hazel
Ha preceded him in death.
V alley F u n era l H om e in 1
1 returned to col- — He Knev
: A. K nlep bf S ew ard, Falls.
Irom Snow C cilege
hard to climb.
(Graveside Funeral Service
e
a
s
ie
r
I re c e iv e d his get wellBonClosed your weary eye- Pa
Utah, his Bachefor
urday
Neb., and fo formerly of Twin Falls, '
North Tiger Drive;,
^ J eJ r o m e ,
Paul will b e held Satur
He saw
Irom Utah S tate re
Une in S cien c e
Iwhispered.
Oc
memorial seiservice a t 1 1 ajn . today
October S. 2002. at 2 p.m.. sat the
B i ^ Kent Lee o &
'
_ h l 8 D o c to rate ige
In In Ephraim, hills sotiar
;e be thine/
. .Filt
.Filer Cemetery in Filer, Idaho,
10. wilh
a t T rinity Iy L u th eran C hurch in .'
A%5*itatioii.wiUl
4U b e ^ . w
>for of S cien c e
So Hekec our hearts to lose you. Pasior
M edicine (rom Col
Pa:
Sandy Kimbrow of tha
TW
lN
FA
LLS-l^roneW
ii
Te Filer
Q ovenintmu m m en tw iU b eh e ld at
1
N ^der h our before tb eI sei
service-at.iB ?
•
University, and lids and do
wl not go alone.
University.
Un
United Methodist Church oil
JlllciatTrinity Chiuhurch Cemetery; th ere of
o f'Twin FUIs died Unirsday.
y. Oct. (ijurch.
in V eterinary
"Peace
t
John moved to Twii
art of us went wilh you. the ing
3,2002, a t his home.
„ ,
w illbenovii viewing.
i 3,2
olorado S tate
it broke
I a re under'^f^'e
iri.;1Q65l He waaCal
J called you home.
1
iiowing
interment
will be held folio
A rra n g e m e n ts
wiU
b
e
c
^
<
S
)P
a
rn
tw
o
h
fa
:
_______
rth
l^
o
n
u
a
iy
^
^
but
you
do
•UnkRQwn the sen/lces.
.
known a t “Doc LoWn
a n n o u n c e d by P a rk a 's m
.J o d d o fH e v b u m ;s e r- ant
Ufagic JerooM,
rwin Palls. Idaho
For part
' his cKentd, who-beoa
\
Visitation
will be held Fri
I affectionately day Godwllt-be:deafly:mis
cl
8 ed-by—Oc
O c to b e r :4 r 2 0 0 2 rf r6 m -6 - 8 - p .f
rifry' to many ol
- (new and loved him.
the
Parke.s
Magic
Valley
Fui
^uneral
'
p
—
—
loame
extended
'•1970;H)ohn m arried
tf
Ho
Home.
2551 Kimberly Roa
sad in
tm:.wortod:
9 s.a= :i^ohn.w81
li Services (or John will Twin
Hi
Twi Falls. Idaho.
Iktabic valley. In allwhokne
in T h e flm e a Monday. October 7 , 2 0 0 2 ,
A services and arrangem
All
d the love ol his
'.m. ai-lhe-R ock-C reek .aare
re u nder the direction ot
H«l«r. In 1976.
Funeral
inity
C hurch.
131 P
Pai
arke.s Magic Vailey Pun
C k r
'
..M a r i
M
T tis in g .
a
T
O
i
f
i
^
a
d
y
e
j
b « ^ e reality b e held B
Mo
-0 9 3 1 1 .
WDr. In Twin Falls, wilh Home
Hor ol Twin Falls, Idalw,
di.Vallay. V ie w -a t 4 2 p.m
i ^ o h n ratlretf ;• CdmmunH
.......
I
Dr. John H. U
-ES f
lanFalrchOI
R(
Robert
E. Gamer
utiar
IVrone Winder
^
C lea n1 a n d se ll you
lu r tr e a a u r e a l
irk e tjp i^ c la i
"■'
739-fl
A -' - 3
TF
Saturday,
iy.0ct0tH r8.3002
Jerorrn e hires:s fiv e to6 fu n ses w a g e Jp la n t ^
' ^ ' i y Dixie TlMinas RmIa
iie
Tim— - fto w i cofT w p om
o 0AMTt
M/ I a
g ic
V
TtoM»MMrt,T4
tt, TWn Flag. Idaho
a
I . L Ee ''y A V
C3
jj
e s t
Rothweilei
iler ^ d the d ty had budaan d w a te r d is trib u tloion.
i
H e , president of Idaho’s
Id
w astew ater
^
gete d $1220,000
22
fo r th e m e n ’s •' worked
v,
with OMI for bo
joth th e
treatment oper
Mrator’s assodadon.
'
salaries, bt
but die total for salaries
J
Jero
m e and Twin F allss {p lan ts
Gross will earn
m $34,563.
in e fits com es In a t
a most recently at Wes
an d bent
and
estFarm
• K en Tse
le w a s 'h ir e d a.<i an
* $163,860.
.
Foods p re -tre a tin g i t s! %
w a ste o p e ra to r and
id h o ld s tre a tm e n t
v,
“The w
wtastew ater tre a tm e n t
water.
certification.I. IHis salary will be
plant is in pretty bad s h a p e .... I
His salary wiU be $34,5:
,536 p er
$27,840. Tse currendy
cuj
works with
yy
believe this
thi group will turn the ' year.
OM IinTw inFa
Falls. He is certified
f
)und and g^t It operating
plont arour
• Dennis Gross will be dthe prein both waterraijd
ai wastewater.
^
It
should;”
R
othw
eller
ti
the way it
treatm ent operator. Gross
ss holds
*JeffKeUerh
erhals will also be an •
said,
tt
treatment
certificadon, wil
rill work
operator. Kellet
[lerhals’ construction
T
TWIN
FALLS - On Oct.
:t. 25.
I
. . ■ "
lesday the City Council
On Tues
aait th e plant for one yeai
:ar th e n
background provide.?
pr
th e knowTht Timcs-Ncws will publi:
The
hn' B<vd as plant managb<
hired John'
begin
working with indusi
iistry on
how to fix mai
nany of th e re p a ir
frei
,! |t d "
M a g i c V alley
a lle in brief .
free' list of area craft shows
salary of $39,744.
p
er at an annual
ani
p re -tre a tm e n t issu es. H e w ill
jo b s n ee d ed1 aa t th e p la n t. H is
bazaars.
box
On Friday
ay the coundl hired the
fi
function
as the city’s p re
re-treatsalary wiU be $20,916.
$2
II
If you would like your ba:
’a*aar
~ T h e free discussi
;u5 sion.will be held
lecrew:
m
rest of the
<
ment
coordinator.
C ity Coundl'
included, send th e tim e,p cd a te
dlw om an M arjorie
inc
from noon to 1 p.r
p.m. on Mondays,
will be the assis' Gross worked a t th e H
* Zanei Austin
A
K ailey
Schmidt said the
ih hiring dedsions
and place of the bazaar, along
al
For inform ation,
sn, call Jea n n e at
ta n t plani
ant m an a g er. H e h as
pi
plant,
starting in an entr>
:ry-level
were m ade “mi
Mth some Information about
'mostly on atd tu d e, . >^<1
ut the
726-4333.
wastewaiei
i e r treatm ent certlficap<
posidon
and working up t 0o :superlevel of enthusi
in m s you wil] b e selling'
u.siasm and commit- ''"'if®'
Ig. to
tion w ith
t
h endorsem
ents in lab
Ir
Intendent
of operations.
s. H e is
ment to the city.
Denise T urner. 77a* Timcs-N
A lb io n O k t o b Derfestwlll
er
P. O. Box 548, Twin Falls, "Id S
J3303-0548; o r to Trena Tej
csan.
k i c k o f f W ith Icchill
|
cook-off
'
FTie Timcs-Ncws Burley hurt
"■fail.
ALBION - Tlie
h e annual Albion
/
1263 O v e rla n d A ve., Burl
" ■ I'y .
O k to b e rfe st k icks
:ks ioff at 6 tonight
i
^
Idal
Idaho 83318.
in
City
Park,
: B y M a ry L y n tM B ristolll
for a newVffire.hall. The land has
^t
Students
to the public Ubnu
O r e-mail th e inform atior
rary.
the regular council
coi
m eeting is
on to
Chili cook-offf entries
en
are to be
value of $25,000.
'; • Thne»f<»wi cofwtponda
ndent______
on estimlated
at
W aldemar has contacte
ienlsci3«iagicvalley.com. Or
ted th e
the same doyas
as th e general elec"
judged at 6 p.m.,
m.. followed by a
to0 (208)
(.
City offida
dais also agreed to proId
734-5538. Please indi
Departtion.
Idaho T ra n sp o rtatio n De
ch ili s u p p e r a l1 6:30
6-.: p.m. A hay
le in-kind work for the
m ent ab o u t th e crossw/a
lOMT nam e, address and phi
^"ALBION - T he Cit]
a lk on
:ity Council
vide some
• Tree sprayi
aying - The coundl
r
id
e
a
jo
c
k
o
'.|n
■lantern
n
c o n te st,
Id
Idaho
Highway 77. He wil
jrovide up to
project,
■ agreed Tuesday to pro'
nil suba g re e d to nne g o tia te w ith • lumber.
^
ind a baked goods
m it a w ritten re q u e s t fo
“■’S '"merchandise
?"d
, ' $2 0 ,0 0 0 in matchingi funds
fu
to the
The cityty is also preparing to
for th e
G reenlon Inc.
i spraying c ity
c. to
. Deadline is Oct. 18. Fur mPore
,
and
isc iauction run at
nform
adon,
call
733
0931,
I
sstta te to p ain t th a t cross'
:t, if
apply .forr aa $500 grant from the
;. ‘^ b i o n F ire District,
i the dissswalk.
trees and lawns.
the same time. Price
Prii for the chiii
•43.
243.
Signs will be posted there' ti
e p a rtm e n t o f W a te r
SI.
too.
. "»■
„
;,-tnct receives a grant
nt ito build a
s ta te D ep
supper is $10 per
>er family, $3 p er
- A public
larking
* Huntcr addition
adc
And W aldem ar said pa:
Resources
f a feasibility study
is for
I *• 'new fire station.
person and fre;ee for
f ch ild re n 5
m eeung withi owners
o
o f lo ts in
HflV
lines ivill socn be pained in front
lif
'
: ' “This is our Wo. 1I priority
pi
for
fo r a c ityy iw a te r im provem ent
lay
bale
Injures
wan
and younger.
th e H u n ter Ad<
Addition is sched, .
of the Post Office.
this year. The city has a vested
plan.
n
Twin
Falls
County
es
ure
planned in ^
Two
categories
u
•M
arrs
uied
for
7
p.m.
^
I.
Nov.
6
a
t
the
d
ty
.
'
:llm
an
Len
M
arrs,
*
P
layground
g
ra
n
t
N
riferest in having bette
Mter fire proC ouncilr
tm contest
- deco- '
the jack-o’-lantem
<
^ m e n t of property
T^
e tw ith
officM. Reabgnr
TWIN
FALLS - A m an v
md Q ty Attorney Kerry
an D anner re cen d y m et
■
6 e tio n ,” M ayor Don
and
)on D a n n e r
Danner and
id av
ond carvved.
ed E n trie s a re
low n to th e h o sp ita l Frid
ssed a t th a t m ee t-,
flov
^ discusse
M cM urray'
: ^d.
sstita te p a rk s a n d re c reeia tio n
ly will prepare a stateo ,-'
b a se d on ages:
s: k in d e r g a r te n
ever
vening after a bale of hay fell
--T ijg fjfg district didn
lOut an
^ 8d e p a rtm en t officials aboi
nterest to send to firms
de
idn’t receive
ment of int(
th ro u g h th irdI gglra d e ; fo u rth
im In th e Milner Dam area
ipe - C ouncilm an
hitn
id a n d
• D itch pipe
a p p lic a tio n fo r a L and
light b e in te re s te d in
ap
•' h prant for a new buil
)uilding last
which migi
th ro u g h six th g nr a d e ; s e v e n th
'win Falls County.
Brent Stauffer,
\
W ater Conservadon Fund1 (Gram
r, who
is in charge
Twir
Wi
year, because not enoui
lough matchdoing th ee sstudy if th e g rant is
ide; and adult,
through 12di grade;
Cpl.
u nd at
of su rface watc
to im prove th e playgroui
a te r d is trib u tio n ,
w Keidi Schmidt of the Tv
jp as
obtained,
^ng funds were put up
i part of
e a c h division
I
w inner of <
aUs County Sheriffs Office6 1did
was asked to ch<
City
dieck into die cost
F»Us
:oundl business includCii Park.
\ '" t h 6 grant application,
on, he said.
Other cou
ot have d ie man’s name Frit
ridav
®
T h e c ity h as a p p lie9dd fo r
of installing pipf
ipe in place of die
• T he district is seeking
ig t]
the money
ed:
People simplyy show
sh
up
a
t
th
e
ight,
but
said
hc
understood
(
>$21,880
to
make
th
e
playgr
ground
ditch
which
carri
from th e Idaho Depar
UTies the d ty ’s surpartm ent of
• S tr e eset
t p a in tin g - C ity
■'S2
eir carved
pumption
contest with their
i
mlan
an to b e in fa ir co n d itl(
handicap accessible.
face water.
Commerce.
Maintenanci
nee Supervisor Stewart
'isp atch e rs who took th e ccali
2ouncU
e M asonicc IH a ll - C o u n cil
L ast y e a r th e City
ity C ouncil
Waldemar
ir ireported he is ready
*• Change of meeting - Co
lid the man was consciouslan
a d.
m em b ers a g re e d to hold
agreed to donate landd oon Market
to p a in t ccrossw
r
alks along th e
ni<
Id th e
members discuss
Lissed possible uses
h in ^
Window unveillnj
iiing ceremony
^
.November council meeting
S treet, in th e blockc w here th e
south sidee oof Market Street, the
Ig a t 7
for th e old Mast
asonic H all which
g lert
j " but had difficulty breathii
chmidtsald.
city office is, to the fir
fire district
route traveli
reled by the elementary
pp.m.
n Thursday, Nov. 14, .b«
•ecause
was ^ v e n to the
i
lecity.
will tak e place
tl
e tonight
T h e m an was m o ving h
j
j
f
y
RUPERT
A
wil
window blessing
aroul
round 6:30 p.m. Friday wher
cnSH
unveiling isi set
set for 7 tonight
-bole
ole fell on hjm , Schnud<*'sa
B uilding o n th e
W ilson Bui
The
he C a s s i a ^ J i l r i t j r '^ e r iiff’s
f
Q -. ■.
,
.!,•
R
upert
Square.
e ^ c tn t e n t r e s p i m i ^ o ^ t
M
e
m
b
e
rs
o
fd
ie
l upert trin ity
roiecutor;
Jen
Tha TImea-New_______
!te R
Jerome, poue**kn of a conirolled uh
ubuancc
cu;&833.03 Mlomvy (i-i
ag i. I rale
arr.
arraignmeni
continued Sepi. 30. Sc|
Separate
per h»ur If cnnledi-d.
rd, tPUIniiff laicge. dcfenM em orial C hurch
rch re s to re d th e
•
Judge Thomat
caic
(4Kiwraic
dam » w n (or nurch
JKHOME - Rcccnt activity
irc h a .c . mude or c a.h
ry In Slh Ditirici
r-" "
^
•'Stained glass windi
indows from th e
IL BotrcKn.
Jud| 8-rry Wood.
Judge
, Copfl In Jcromo Couniy incIuJn
uJcd Ibe (ollotr.
U
J
advuncitohulncd on
hi
nhi.DltcovercanL
aim
i
Impllclty dlscussli>n
Blaine
W ilson B u ild inIg.
g .'T o n ig h t, th e
Well, t'argo Home
f
K- Mortgage
vt. Kenneth
itxe'
r
Barnett, 54.
Cal
l.lb l la n d j u d y l.ii>{.•11.
.111 hu.band and wife, or
COUI
y
Episcopal
bishop
i
op
o
f
Idaho,
tb
e
lurse
will
s
ta
rt
Monday
Felony
sentenclngs
V 310 Fairway
John D onut rddvncv.
rux. Seeking lurTcnder o(
' M j s d s m e a n o r a t r a il lggi n m e n t s
wrill
..
Right Rev. H a n y BBainbridge,
.
ft D r i v e .
D Alan Dry, 22.316 S. Adamv
Dcrik
rm No. 4.
Ihc property at SOI K
K. Ave.
/
KETCHUM-Do
you reel ass iit
B.Jrmm r. $1,000
K
h
Jerome: ball Jumping; $500 fine, $W.SC
I.SO court
anom ey fee.. IMulntlf
b le s s th e re s to
re
■ • ! kmnunuel BautUia-AcMiio.
I P.O, Box
ntl(( allege, defendanl.
lifeis
go, 18.
r* rM
:ored
w indow s,
e is too complicated?
l ul r t \ \
sCO.I.,
$250 public defender fee; five
ve year.'
haw fulled to make
i
ke payment*
under the
>rk
>."liS7. Bellevue; tM kJeu drivinK
ng; rmuffler with
\ V -.W '*
u re which have been
r in sta lle d in
UI re
The Environm ental Resour
«uperviKd
probation;
five
y<^an'
deli-n
i-rmiruie
termt of a kwn i-ntendeJ
, >,eMF*>lvv fume*, not In *>wkinj(
o
idedbvlhepUlntiK,
ng order.
(<illure
\ — ;o r d s U
SS
W^enilary time; Mygl.trale Judge
"
e
k
•^
b
u
ild
in
g
.
ge Barry
Slulewlde Culleclioni
tifer«*ccOei.2l!i
\ rS C U
lion, vm Ode S. Rovlg and •
Ccnti
■| t<i UM Mfety bstl; pnHrial cofitcrr
enter is staging an eight-we
privilege.; ISa
Woo
Tvreu Kovijt. .pouw.
S
«. Seeking
SI.6<I7.S4 plu.
dtSCU
' -MdjtlKnic JudM thom u IL Bom
Sorretcn.
\
_
The event Is open
pen to th e puUlc.
scussion course concerning. yo|.
v
day driver'.
S NelMn Sejcichleha. 19. 205
Scnil
1051 B<ib
imereti; $SOO uliomey
icy feet. Halnlllfulk-ge.
tr ie Brian H.BurinjsnKl. 18.61
8.616 E«alihur
Ig g j
L ig h t re fre sh m
meei n ts w ill b e
liccnw tutpenItert'
u a ry sim plicity beginning
Barton lUgJlway. Wendell; lewd conduc
icct.unt.iiWBni-dtopIaln.
V"‘ai
fuSallL aV oC ityipm tcuionor
Juct with
dcfendiinuowvfiiruccti
1 of a conirollcd
.Ion; St.OOO
aachi
child un£r 16 .imcnded lo injury tuoachild;
a
liffforcolkxtion.
*ubMoncc; uw or poumion of Jr\
noon
)on
M
onday
a
t
Tully’s
coff
tfee
pended. S78.50 court co.li. S35
$50( (Ine. $8H.S0 cnurt cu.lt; three
$500
:e y‘ ear.'
Kl.k ManuKvment
mt Altcrnaiivi-. \-\. Jill
housi
* ' 'mJlav'jihinicni loutc;arraliRnrrK
from tta S reports
-conqiiledcRMi
>use.
, SIOOpublic defender fctr. Iwo
lupc
lupcTvUcd
probation; two year." detcrr
vrminalv
Oavidton. Seeking S2.
$2.47«i.H9 plu, ln le r« t;
uled Oct. 7; MagUtrale Judge
^
probation;
IB
O
d
^
in
Jitil,
geni
oenllentlary
lime,
throe
Indcierml
minate;
SH7S attorney fei-v IM
uIr
■blmlff
allege, defendant
. BoiTcwn.
owe. lor iKciiiml. uuiiir
^gnetl to Ihe plalptUf for
Antonio CobatrubUs JS. 337 Nevada St.
i|‘l.BofT«cn,
■
K
Kelly Rae Pei>per. 20, 212 Fourth1A
Ave. K..
collcctlon.
' . jMomc: cuvlcti/lnallcnilve drivii
ernandei. 18. 43 S. 350 W..
Jero
udgment
R|.k Managemenl
HI A
Alternative, vt. Uiida
'
• „ ‘ip p sa r; M a slitralo J u d i•t Thoma.
1
H.
jeromr. driving
ig uunder the influence; IBIMay
with
0 public
Darllne Taylor. Scvkln*
king $1,761.47 plut inter.B armen.
e tufpenrion; $1,000 fine. $700
defe
rd probae«:$700aitcirT>eyfeev
H. IPlalnil(falkKe*defen' ’ - ' >rUIUm ’nioitui Couch. 2S. 3
8.50 court COM.. $35 probation
lion;
dant ow n for accounts
m^auigned to the plain‘P■arty
a|
• .• Jerome; Inattcnilvetarcleu driWi
• ■.
\
<
When: 1-9 p jn .■today.
tod
of
blic
defender
fee;
lira
year.’
Ji
. Ave. K.
ilffforcollMlon.
eonrerencs Oct. 28; Ma«iurale Jtx
,
How nnidi: Free.
se.
•ballon; 180day. InJail. 180h»
Jero
Jerome; acce.iory lo burglary; $S00
.TO fine.
Idaho Collection
an Bureau v*. Lealie
Wli
, . li. ItomiKn.
What: The “P arty of Six’' <
« without privileges dluniued
$$88.50
88.! court eou., S2S0 public defend*
nder fee;
MIklanclc. Seeking SI.4
S1.4M.42 pU» ImereM of
V , Madelon Sianhepe DUon. 54
ow
will
be
(XI
display.
;
Magiurale
Judge
Thoma.
it.
thro
Dno
year
$219.12;
$490
aiiomi-%
(
«.-> fi-cfc I'laintiff allege*
waier vioUtloni: pre-lrid
’trpppasrm
"Your
Tb have an event
a
detemlnaie penilenliaiy (ime. lour In'
Indelerdetendani ow n (or «viiunl»
mo
jMtgned lo the
Wh
iQct. 28; M aglttraie Jud se
W here: T he J e a n B. Kli
le T
Thona> II.
[>arid A. Sonnj
jnny. 45, 250 Carbonate. Na 4.
mine
minate; MaglunieJudgeSorry Wood.
lur ttnnrmoQon to.*
“■ing
Wcdeend”send your
pluinlif(foreollevtioii.
-wrreien.
t under iho influence amended
lUeiy in die Herrett Centerr for
f
Melissa Morsan, PO
i
4i« d\>lgnee for
Gollei
CliilMnk (Soulh |).ikotal
|).il
POBaxS48,Th>bt
'! Chrtuophcrr J. Fame*. 19. 2048 E. 297S S..
!o*lnaiim l^arB
;areleu driving; $300 fine, $200 Ca I
IS and
Sdence on the campus
A xnclulct NatiunjIiMIjnk
Hi
vv April Craig.
Arts
11
dismissals
js
o
f
Fans,
ID
83303;
emai
WenJcU; potacuJon of a contnillet
oiled tubuance;
uiipended. 563.50
3.50 court cmt, $3S probation
rFelony
ei
mmlheratmmor^
ScckinB$l.t6a94;$2’«
.
!'>l)attomc-y(Lir.ifunconthee College
C
of Southern Idaho0 in
uw or pouMiton of dnw ponphc
aphernalJa; prvfee, SIOO public d<
Dty, 22,316 S. Adam.!
1 4.
gan^^'cva llev.eo
i or fax it to
f.eom
fc No.
i c c d . $125 per hnur
il conlcticd. Plaintiff
ur if
Tunn '
trial conference Oct. 21: Matltt:
iglttraie Judge
vlted probation;
; ?9(s 's s n » K S i s ^ f f i
jlerome;
. sDerik Alan
aggravated a..ault; re.i.ili
•
.1 1 ..., d .l,id .i .r bu... failed lu make pav* wrin
in ,Falls.
‘n>nmai». Borracn.
MoAiilraie Judge-]
lgeThoma.iLBorTewn,
ob.ti
ib.truciing officer.; baitcry/dame.tl<
obligation or debt re^ v Jodi Macy. 44. S2S Apex. ChaU
rtin«. 21,128 W. Main. Apt. D,
j.ncc
3valU«; m ining
Homulo Martin,
cnce/lraumalic injury; u>e i>r potK.tl
rial <
conference
Jetome; driving
«r
igwi^ui^jrU(^emMded
dn^
or obtinicting ofllcen; pre-lr^al
Irug paraphernalia; diuniued by prow
, - Oct. 2!; M aglitraie Judge T
kta^MrsleJudge BarryWood.
................. .
I
Borreten.
Child supportt ca
c ses
**
A|u
015 N. Fir. No.
•J“^ T I» o in « *ILBormen.
lt I
;
Tony & MontRDmety. 27,1015
Slaic of Idaho Depar
Sivil filings
rpartment of Heaiihand
^
iraletCarda.25.223S.400W,
WiV
,
14. Jcroflic; driving trilhoul privI
privilege*; pre.
and Kri>ly J.
f l O
Welfare vi. Vlncenl F.F.Sanchei
S
g under
the influertce; IfUMay
m Mana^ent Allemallve* v... li|-.l»in
. -ffU t conference Oct. 28; Maglili
Kiik
glilraie Judge
“
irrlcott
TorTefc Seeking an order
e (utpen.iGn; S7S0 fine. $600
Uro<
.eroy PreKoti Jr. and Siophanlo l*rei
' .'TbocnatlLBorrrtcn.
■turml father uf Kuin C.
ra.SO court CO.I.. $35 public
hu.b:
75^^ii
P- S*nche« «• ihe natur
lu.band aad wife. Setking $1,101.75
,
^ c h a r d [.ee Readcap. 41. 52
'i
Sanchei;$125monibly
me «af wperviKd profwiion;
inten
ntereu; $400 attantey fee*. PlalnilfffidlHM
al
[DAHO FALLS (AP) - A Uf
lifeo th e r o p e r a tin g co
ct s ts fo r th e
«80 dayi In Jail,
1 impended. iS dlKreViftceniF.SanchCTloii
lil, ISO
defer
lefeni^t owm for accounl* auignedd i l X
I
confenmcoOet. 28iMa*J»«niioJud
juogeinoraaa
tionaiy. open eonu
ed Columbian m am m oth will
wi
and day cure
sized
“ *'*
cent of the child-*medical
me
next five years,
ontainw dionlaed by proKcuplaini
ilainiiffforcoUaetion.
,
IL Borreten.
rVlaeeot
F.
SancW
aft
be
d
ll
HUatefc
cipen*.lobepaWbyVl
M
etcriflOnalcaniempi
of
court;
Fli
Flnt Select Cocporslion vk Lurry RI
the centerpiece of the'new!
w ly
D a v id P e n n o)Ck,
c k , e x e c u tiv e
I
Gabriel J. So)orun»Gom«>. 23
cent F. Sanchci lo pay
nam s<
wtMocuter. Separate caw; driSeeltl
Mdng S2.S38JOplui intcrcu; $000 aitc
I -Loat). Jen»nx^Mr»y bull on nd«hb.
med Museum of Idaho, whlc
lich
director of the muse
luseum, said the
«t* Incurred in bringing
namei
influettce (lecond offente); drifee*ii
f ..t;:.pre-lri#innfereaceO <t. 28;1
openc
ened Friday with th e help> of
1
i^ ^ o r
ihUactfon.
TivileteK open container, dlv
Plaloi
gift is im p o rtanItt b ec au se it is
'
Ju^T hom aalL B ofrm n .
•tb ednace* Incurredon a cnrdlt carddor
o lino
a $61
!)610,000 g ift from p h ilaain ; ;• I»#k Mariano WUklion, 30.48:
difficult
for
nonprol
profit
groups to
f cntUi ownedbythe plaintiff.
Divorces
thropi
“opist Greg Carr,
get money for operai
de proof of lnHirance;$7S fine.
Fa
erating costs,
Farmer*
National Bank v>. Jami ^
i
c m to i
IXMinaK.Aipr*.Adrli
Idfian I . Arp
The
lehrend SeekIo| S18.019.74 plu. inierc
rhe mammoth, which will bfae
The museum vill
willopen a new
in vehicle; $10,SO
)!»flnT*3r5'?court“com':
fallcgc*
„
Dawn
Marie
Benlio
468J0;$3,500attotneyfee*. Plalntiffa!
llov*. Roberio Ne«lr.r
b u ilt
ilt by a n a r t s tu d io in
} ’•'**7oi?^Zamora-Loon, 31, 322 1
i
w ing in F e b ruiry
a ry w ith “ A T.
teTlteina.ii. DotTCMn.
ihal
rv nole
Senlio
lul ia* the guarantor on a proml.Mry
:
I
JcronwdluurbinBibepeacesmaUc
lifomia, will go on perm anet
ier*on v*. William J.
Califo
Iwdefmdani owe. idalniiff for the detN
en t
Rex Named Sue”
ex
BMona
Danielle M. Patten
” exhibit,
which
I
10 property; failure to purchauni
play in spring 2003 and wi
. V ...
displa
will
w ill show one )f
o f tw
v o life-size
I ..ver'a UcenM; driver** llceniaa - mutilated,
i
dismissals
M I s d e m e anor
an
hci and
Duuin Vincent n . Am
^ Health Scrvice. n. Fidol Sanchci
tillered, revolted, etc.; (ailed ic
in an e x h ib it on th e
r e p li c a s o f th
thte
SSK SU
" e uused
s
rd Cooper. 33,273C S. Adam*
Jane
b ig g e s t
ane Dee Sancha.. Seeking $3,896.25
' K b C ^ a Judge TtrnnM K. Borrea
Lake oir. batieiy-domeulc
kiere
la rfield v*. Perry C.
region
lion’s early history.
itereMof SI,14SJ0; raaionabicanomey
T y ra n n o sau ru s rex fossil e v e r
y d ^ p i ^ ior; MagitirBie
PUlni
Ulniiff allege* defendant owe. for me
fo und. The actual
lal fossil in on
i.Mlchet]eUKumbach
f , P)fl \the $610,000 gift from th e
ire Bid ireatment ptovided by the plaini
^Misdemeanor sentenc
a ,“'
a n c ln g s '
rr 'F oundadon, $500,000 wi
Dry. 22.316 S. Adam^ No. 4,
ATill
display in the Field
Chavd
ConnloJ.Lcaeh»*.Ro
.Rontdd&Leach
ield Museum in
Idaho CoUection^ureau v*. S c ^ Ch
ion
of
no-coniaci
order;
dl*.
Seakli
vCayleneLDaltymple
be
USi
eaklng
$2,136.68
plu.
[ntereu
of
$576;
used
for
s
ta
ff
s
a
la
rie
s
an
ind
Chicago,
i
a v S S ;cuton
,
. Robert ClenJackMn
anam
narney fee*. Plaintiff allecet defendant
,d „ .G a rc ia v*. Juana
_
Bulmaro H ernandei
forae
>r actouni* aaai^ed to the plaintiff lor
foi colIbana-CattlB
F a l o n y a n aralgnments
li
I
KlaaUtntaJudgsBairyWood.
in va. Rebecca Ann
I J
iwniellc
. Ted D. Andar*on
Greenwood Tnm Cenpeny v*. Daw
n
I .
JoM Juan C onialei, IB, 212
r r o u t ________
adrid. 24. 97 McKay Une.
SwKi
re.t ol
Andenon
wKt. Seeking $6,407.65 plui interei
I
Jctvnr, reckleta driWtu waanded <
lalntlff
„ Keeley Van Eagele
lelen v*. D uttin Van
142.S1; Sl,3ll.03 anomey (eo*. Plai
. dv«lcsralendrirlncSW flii^S2Sl
la«a* Cendant owe*for purchoM*m
ai^or
iltiuedfrornCl
local w aters. M ost
I -«d,-4a.S0 court
def
>st iof th e trout
D
^^uniD.Siia*vi.Uwr
Magfttnte Judge Thomu H.
caihe
«wraKaE.61te*Jr.
_.**
uh advum obtaineden her DlKovera
ion: (allure u
Borman.
a
bertR .
^ C ad e y Dee Shaw V*. Jonathan Matthew
* rFi ree d o m P ark P o n d n e»ar
were stocked in the
!
h e Snake
River
RdlmUaedby
Brandy Sue>Ei
ErIck.on, 24. 321 S. Fir,
MaltS
taltby. Seekiai S4.074.U^. 5M.622 inter.
i!
Sha**
Burley
•ley.
alm on Dam ,
ab o v e U p p e r S
Sali
Inn ad
a dition, th e d ep a rtm esnt
n
Salm on F alls C reek
e ek R eservoir,
plans
ns to stock 15,000 rainbow
ow
O s te r L akes, Cry
C rystal L ake,
trout
J t tthis month in Lake Walcoti
Dtt,
D ie rk e s L ake, R
R|]ile y C ree k ,
Magic
gic R eserv o ir a n d D Ierkces
e
R osew orth R eservo
rv o ir an d Dog '
eynUniMdfromCl
thiesameprinc
Indples as die lottery;
“ S ta tis tic s show ac ro ss1 tth e
argued for m oree th
t an a decade
Lake,
ke. E m erald L ak e nea
!ar
Creek Reservoir.
'tf^liate held in Boise and
n d broad*
b u t N oh poi
lo in te d to a s a le s
coun
)untry th at if you go out SO
SO to
afa«ut w hether gan
iamblliig Is legal
Heybi
yburn already has receivei
public hatch-,
The private, andd pi
ievlsioit
. brochtire use
'cait on Idaho PublicTelevl
ised by video gam e
1 0}0.
0 1m iles from th e casino,, tth e
under various sets 0
^
more
re Itrout than scheduled, ani
eries that donated fish were:
^ Q u t s ta te Sen. L aird
1 oh, a - 'manufocturing
'd N
ing that claims it will
crliiu
im e ra te goes up, su id d e g(
goes
In 2000, Gov. Diri
Mrk K anplhom e
, more
re iwill be stocked there, tht
K im berly R epublican1 who
wl h as ' "hook users aatt the touch of a but• Q e a r Springs-1.7
-1.7 million.
u p^^
p. b a n k ru p tc ie s go ui
u p ,”
struck a deal with
i e tribes that
lh th
agcncy
long opposed gambling in Idaho,
ton."
,-h
• Id a h o T ro u t: P
Prro ce sso rs obensonsaid
would have limited
s d th e growth of
Besii
« ^ e s ^ m u t produced in Flsl
argued th at the electron!
onic gam“It’s tb e difference,
dii
b etw e en
Aa
A aron M iles J r . of th e N
56,000.
Nez
the number of m adiines
ad
to 15 perand1 Game
G
h atcheries, nearly*5
I
bling marhitiix used on tht feser*
drinking a llass of-beer andtak*— P eBra
rceT ribesald'gam bllng nrev------cent over 1 0 years.
300.------------ • Rangen-s=33,000.
. ------—
irs. I t also'would------ millior
tion
trout
ranging
from
3
t<
are the sam e ass NevadaN
ing crack coci
ocalne, because th e
ehue
iue p a ^ for tribal needs fn
from
have specifically
I
y banned
river2 2 ind
ler
•Pisces-350(22-in(
Mnchers).
inches in length - from othei
{ M yie s lo t m a c h in e s aann d a r e
video lotteiy
i
y machines
a re confirew
rew(x>d for elders to educad
idon
boat gambling and
i di a ^ o l i n ^ - , hatclie
In
•U niversity of Idaht
d a h o -1,700. ,
cheries have been placed Ir
m d e rth e
sideredcradco
^Mc^essly prohibited und
k cocaine,” Noh said.
fbrdi
rdiildren.
____ nos, n d th e r of whii
(hich are s p e ^ - __
Idaho Constitutioa;--------:
- r
M atheionI ssaid com parisons--------He
H e 'p ^ t i ^ t^ a'^dy~pa!d~i
d for
cally e x c lu d e d 'ih
ih th e c u rre tit
\T T
such as thatt aare baseless scare
by,tb
^ ^ o p o s itio n 1 would curb
cu the
Kthe^ ^ b e s and conductedd by
proposidon. The co
l a s t i n g
Idfcrease in macliinM 'axi
u d ear*
uctlca^aimed
Bd a t killing In d ia n ' Unhn
nhrerdty of Idaho research!
hers
in the House but w
percent bf p i t tt otsforeduf<
^ W if ig in Id<
Idaho, f i e p ^ t e d u) ' th«a rf :found tfa^t Idaho’s Indi
dian
theSeiuite.
Contkwi
ttnutdfromCl
cd anim al was found,
nd.
€rtfon both on an d offf reserve*
re
' improvements
ts iin and around the
giimj'
im a g fe d lid e s support 4,4
,455
E a rlie r th is yee
^ear, th e Id a h o '
ish and Game has banned the
hc
If those 50 deerr tei
test negative,
d o ^ . .The m easu re also
so would
Coeur d'Aleni
ene a re a th a t h av e
I du5 o( Jobs, .attract m ore thar
an 1
S u p rem e C o u rtt u\ n an im o u sly
Jmnon
lortation of live deer, wild 01
or . the agency will mornt
orritor the area
ztjmove the electronic mai
m addnu
Improved th«
th e Uves o f b o th
m illk
iHioa out-of-state visitors anr
nnuuphdd the voters’
r
s’ right
to ded d e
Emlestic.
M,
Domesdc elk can stil
till
by te s tin g h u n te
lerr-h a rv e s te d
IS instru*
Indians and not
Korn being d assifled as
i
non^Indians.
ally
ly aand generate $83 million
in in
the future of gamblj
im ported because they arc
ire
deer.
of casino
ag, vdikfa .
“In our firs
irs t th re e y e a rs o f
wagei
iges and earnings, $250 millii
llion
don casinos,
u la te d by th e Idahc
ho
If one of those In th e 5-mile
le icrime n t e around,
in sal
I f {p ro h ib ited by th e .:Idaho , operadoo, die
sales an d $ 1 0 millTon in sta
itate ' from Noh, Jerom e
l
a
m
e
n
t
of
Agriculture,
ra
d
iu
s
also
\e
sts
po:
positive.
Fish
__
y jnflg^^iiri^n -*rhg naarhtnj
tx ln e a -a re .-~ d tirire s ^ a tio
tion-w eat-dow n-30—
d local taxes eadi year.— — :— Bell, Cassia County <
he agency has'.tested 350 ani
nia n d 'G a m e a n d hhiiiirite rs w ill '
' '-.largely re sp o n ^ b le forr m
making ., percent'each;
■h y ea r," M atheson
’ rW
n V ltea 'w ere the cridcs'-^h<
rhen'
Paul ChristensenI yarid o th m a j i-____ m a s-since
ls j
1 997JniereJsjio.tesi
5st-— reduce.lhe.decr-and/c
nd/or-elk-popu------------— ~-----------------rr-T ^----^ edbA l'c 0 iflos'a6 lu c ra d vfce~ ■—
nW S T O p e r e S lT n ir a p I ^
Irijrthe co u rt to dt
d ete rm in e th e
availab
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- A jury
l-shattering $28
awarded a record-sh
billion in punitive damages
dar
Friday
to a 64-ycar*<}ld fob
form er sm oker
who sued Philip M
Meorris
for
fniud and negligcnce.
Aiiulysts said the
h e verdict
' almost ccrtainly be reduced on
appcu]. But th e ja'
jaw -d ro p p in g
amount su ^ esled growing
gn
hostiLty toward ine tobacco
cco industry.
The Superior Coun
)un jury awarded the amount to Betty
B«
Bullock,
who sta rte d smokin
king when she
was 17 an d was dia
diagnosed last
year w ith lung canc
ancer m at has
since sp re ad to her
tier liver. Last
month, the jury ordcn
Jered the tobac*.
CO com pany tn pp<ay B ullock
$750,000 in d ^ a g eess and
c $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0
I for p ain and)
suffering.
Philip Morris;
s a id it wouldi
^ ask the court to>
K a t t W s e t a s i d e / t ^i
.
.v erd ic t a o aI
o rd e r a newI ’
trial.
The previousi
>
re c o rd fo r a1
(
VBttDaek
Verdict won by
rDuuycK
a n in d iv id u a l1
a g a in5t
sna tobacco com pany wasi
$3 billiot
lion, awarded in June 2001
' to Richi
ch a rd B o cken, a fo rm e r
heroin1 addict
a
w ith cancer who.I.
died inn JJanuary. But a California
judge las
last year reduced lhat verdiet agai:
Qaini Philip Morris to $100
^ ■ 1^1
^ ^^■ 1
million.
“I think the judge wi
will see this
as a ru n a w ay ju ryy a w a rd ,"
.M errill Lynch tobacci
:co analyst
Martih Feldm an said.I. :He noted
that Philip Morris hass inever lost
a case on appeal.
During Bullock’s trli
rial, Philip
Morris aid not try to ddefend Its
past actions. Instead, th
the company turned the spotlightt oon Bullodc/
and her decision to sm
imoke. Jlie
.siraiegy'w as a m ajor s!
shift from
previous defense efforts.
ts. • /
. “Testim ony du rin gg t l ^ tria l
. show ed th a t'M s . Bull
iJIw k w as
aware of the health ris]«6ot
^
smoking and was w a m e d /e
repeatedly
of those risks by her^oc
octorsover
four decadcs, and I p r <
daughter
also urged
;ed h e r to .quit. Her>
response:: '1"I am an adult, this is .
my b u sin
e
n ess,'”
said W illiam
Ohlemeyer,
ir, the company’s assodate general
(
al counsel.
Bullock’s
1
’s lawyer,
Michael Piuze,
argued lhat
hat Philip M orris concealed the
c
e dangers
of cigarettcs
with a wides
despread disinformadon
campaign that
thj began in the 19S0s.
He told juro
irors it was “the largest
fraud schemi
ime ever tSnpetrated by
corjwrations
ins anywhere.”
P iuze used
us« p h o to g ra p h s of
Bullock, cig;
:igarette a d s from her
teenage year
ears and internal tobacco industry
i
y documents
to lay out
his conientio
uion that Philip Morris
concealedJ the
tl dangers o f cigarettes.
| H | | w e apons proW ASHINGTON (A P)
g ra m , w ith u
nspector
c h ie f U.N. w eapons Ins
:d S ta tes •
’^ p ro v is io n for
agreed w ith th e U nited
veapons
on F rid a y t h a t new wc
th e
inspectio n s tO' be
lid await
inspections in Iraq shoulc
ion on a
S e c u rity C ouncil ac tio
B l a enforced With
m
m ilitary force
tough new resolution settin
tt g out
if necessary.
terms for the search.
B ut so far,“It would be^awkwacd for us
th a t v iew 'h a s
here
to go in and'then find the
a new re s o lu tio n ," said H ans
m et resistance
_
from R u ssia
Blix a fte r m eeting at the
h e S tate
c«ji„ d,s—n
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and France.
e ta ry of
D e partm ent w ith Secret
Pow ell said
S ta te C olin P ow ell anid
d o th e r
■ R ! r ^ ^ 3 S IH
U.S. offidals.
th a t
arm s
Powell, who had beenn trying
Inspectors
a g r e e d w ith
to put th e brakes on thee return
him t h a t new
o f th e In sp e ctio n teams
.an d to u g h e r
they w ere prom ised unfe
ru le s “ would
access to a ll s ite s , welc
Jjiix's
comments.
be h e lp f u l”
i
and he said he
"' “If the inspectors are gc
was
confident
go
back
in,
they
have
to
gi
go
bacK
S
a lso t h a t d if­
on
in w ithout any restrictic
fe ren c es with
what
i h ^ can do,” Powell
^
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Russia, France
As Powell held m eetir
in g s on
and others on
th
i
3n aa new resolution
tl e inspection Issue. U.S.). intelliIved. But he said he .
ed lh a t
will be resolved
gS en c e a g e n cies reportec
ow how lo n g th a t
d id n o t know
Iraqi
President Saddam Hussein
H
h
enal.
w o u ld ta k ei.. B
I lix h a s m ade
has
h amassed a potent arser
ior U.S.
p reparationss w
wiith Iraq already
Powell and o th er senio:
n spections a f te r a
to re su m e insp
o ff ic ia ls
m e t B lix,, a n d
four-year lapse
v hose
pse in a co u p le of
"M o h am ed E lB a ra d e i, w
weeks,
In
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!■ te r n a tio n a l A tom ic E
U.N. S ecretat
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ni
etary-G eneral Kofi
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to Powell on
Annan talkedi twice
tw
inspections.
IS been
th e telep h oone
n e F rid a y .and
T he U n ited S tates has
Council
b ac k ed Pow■'ell
ell in h is p le a to
pressing other Security Cc
olution
d e la y th e seeaarc
r h e s t h a t Blix
m
r^ em bers for a new resol
:o come
a g r e e d th isi w
w<e ek w ith Iraq
th at would require Iraq to
uu;p with a full inventoryy of its
would begin later
latei in the month.
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th death
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to the
sniper killings of fiv
five Maryland
re s id e n ts and said
id F rid ay th e
sam e high-pow erec
re d r ifle was
used to kill at least four of the
victims.
Police were search
rching for two
men - a shooter and
id {a driver th e slayings and in'
investigating
whether a seventh1 sl
shooting outside a Virginia store
ire wa.s part of
the sam e terrifying! crl
crime spree.
**We implore himn tc
to stUTcnder,
stop this madness,".N
".Montgomery
C o u n ty P o lic e Chi<
h ie f C h arle s
Moo«esaid.
The sixth victim,, a 72-year-old
W ashington, D.C.,., p ed e strian ,
was killed by th e sar
sam e weapon
used to kill at leastit tJ
three of the
M aryland victim s,, ss
said Special
Agent M ichael Bouci
uchard of the
Bw vau of Alcohol,.Tobacco
T<
and
Firearm s. F orensicc t.testing was
still under way in the
the two Olher
,
Maryland shootings.
B ^ c h a rd also IdA
i TFagenK
would examine evldei
dence collected from th e sce n e5 of
o: a F riday
afte rn o o n s h o o tinng
g o u ts id e a
- crafts sto re in F rede
(derlcksburg,
Va., SS miles southI of Rockville.
A 43^rearold woman
in \was shot in
the bade and In serioua
ous condition.
P olice w e re lookir
k ing for two
men In a white van with
wii dark lettering, a description
on th at cam e
from a w itn ess to9 o n e of th e
killings. Police pulled
ed o v e rw h h e
vans Friday aha plaste
istered orange
stickers on the backk tito show the
v e h ic le s h ad b e een
n ch e ck e d .
M oose said investiga
igators w ere
OOleads.
chasing m ore than 500
i
p _ |.
!S.
Maryland victims died
: miles of one another
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i
H.ATFa|«nUWaH«rOafldri(lg»,J
(», Joe Anarumo and Stova Qeld«
HflMasan
>sx a m p in Friday a t the Montgom
iomary County Pollco headquart
o— I*. IMd..
i
nOCKVIlie,
of what t»My said couldd hi
have been used In five fatal sh
day and Thursday.
W «ln«d«
EachI M
^ ary la n d victim was
ly and quietly, glancing <
felled)ybya single bullet, apparbushes and rooftops. Ma
ently fron
‘om a high-powered rifle
they w ere afraid b u t w
or hw dgu
Igun. Police said evidence
stop getting groceries, g
indicated
1 e killer was some d l s - j^v 'work o r leaving th e ir cl
id th
tance awa;
way and used . 2 2 3 < a ] i ^ ng w
|' i t h a baby siner.
bullets,
^
“I had to shop. I need i
T h e search
set
F rid a y w en t on
i can't stay at home all da;
amid a mix
mi of fear and defiance
] K ira Leonova, who wor
of the economlI bookstore near one of the
among residents
res
cally and
t
id culturally
diverse slice
: scenes. “I h av e to worl
of th e su
sub u rb a n W ash in g to n
1have a family.”
county where.most
wh
of the shootDexter Evans, 20, scam
uited.
I traffic as he waited for a
ingsoccun
ver Montgomery County, 1Rockville, and he took a
All over
people did
did what they usually do
Ido hold
1look a t every white trucl
on a Friday
day, but they moved ^ow- . ccan’t even walk down th<
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' a bus to
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m orning. .\1 1 w e re
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blic places: two at ^ s
ne outside a grocery,
Itside a post office and
he mowed the grass at
ilersliip.
Kth v ictim , P ascal
las fatally shot as h e
I corner in northwest
on
near
th e
ery C ounty lin e
S choolsl i ^o t , nearly 1 2 hours
police patro
fth Maryland shooting.
into 911 disp
les said the .same rifle
dous noises.
to k ill C h a rio t, th e
M; a post ofHce and '
I 1 ie fiveside
within five
n a t th e gas staiople
d u rin g
a
W ednesday
still no information to
T h u rsd a ythink
n our victims are
gunned dowi
” Moose said. “They
in very publi
»r to be anyone’s enestations, one
indom targets."
another outsi<
ez, 27, found herself
the fifth os; he
to school Friday to
anautodeale:
;r 1 2 *year»old niece,
T he sixth
was too dangerous.
C hariot, was
he would not let her
stood on aenC(go back to school
W ashington
ler was caught.
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Thursday nig
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th e re s o rt,
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m ak in g new b io lo g ic al
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have a nuclear weapon by
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U n ited S ta te!ss groups
g
nuclear,
n te llichem ical, biolog
ilogical and radio^a new re p o rt by U.S. im
agencies condudes.
logical weapons
i
ms under
the head8gence
e
T he m ost p re s s in g tthh r e a t
ing “weapons
of m ass desiyucs of
a p p e a rs to b e from IIrr a q ’s . tion.”
expanding biological wea
capons
T h e u n c la
a sss
s ifie d r e n p r t,
progratn,
which
relies
on
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CI. o f f ic i a S on
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to-find
mobile productionI fadlif
F rid a y , c o n :ains
ta in som e o M h e
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ties, the report sa>^s. Iraq’s
’s arseU.S. government’
ent’s most spK ific
nai indudes anthrax, it says
ys.
c la im s a b o utt IIrr a q ’s w e ap o n s
In
a d d itio n ,
“ if
l e ft
programs since
II
:e 1998,
when U.N.
u n c h e c k e d , i t p ro b a b lyy w ill
in sp ecto rs were
ere forced o u t of
have a n uclear weapon dduring
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Iraq.
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th e two peoi
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lead us to thi
associated,” I
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going back tc
pick up h e r 1
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lion w itness a t his war cri
trial. The remarks gave a glit
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Jimpsv
ininto his likely defense ufls
flainsi
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charges that Svrb rebels acic
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his instructions when iheyy com(
m
;ia and
mitted war crimes in Croatia
Bosnia hi 1991-1995.
Be
iMit of
M ilosevic was presidcn
Se
igosluv
Serbia, the largest of the Yug<
republics, when Croatia cicd
re
■durvd .
^GUE, N e th e rla n d s
THE HAG
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(A P)-Slobod
sponsibility for ethnic
he bore respc
led of killing non-Serbs
t,
Serbs accused
n tthe early 1990s, say;
.
in Croatia in
thejr >jjere defending
____ ing Friday th
. to t ^ with the Shenyang
ng police
them selves
IS ag a in st C ro a tia n
about unpaid taxe&
aggression.
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Prosecutors think terr
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as he cross-e>
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PakisStan, Inidia testtmissil(
ISLAM ABAD, P a k is ta n Pakistan and
^ Nuclear neighborss P.
: India conducted dt-fo
t-for-tat missUe
itening to esca*
• - tests Friday, threater
region that ii
late tension in a re{
once again close to tthe brink of
war.
'
Hours after Pakist
d stan tested a
surface-to-stuface mis
imssdecapable
. of carrying nuclearr W
]
warheads
and'
hitting most targets
L
ts inside
India,
■New Delhi tested itsi
dcated sttfface*toair t
.. P a k is ta n w arned
e d th a t In d ia
threatened to launch
ich South Asia
on ah arm srace by
y oconducting a
, test on the same day a
India dismissed Pal
as a p u b lic ity stun
u n t ah e ad of
next w eek’s general
iral elections,
the first in this counti
in trysincethe
. m ilitary seized powe
iwer in a 1999
, coup.
• Each country defen
r e n -e d i« t«
as routine and hadd rnotll.ed the
other of its plans in1 a(
advance.
The tests came dur
during a tense
time between the two
tw< countnes,
; w ith m ore th an 1 nm illion soldiers deployed along
ingthedisputed border of Kashmir.
J
Both countries tes
tested under.
.ground nuclear devic
ivices In 1998
a n d say th e y havi
a v e n u c le a r
weapons in their arse
rsenals. But It
. is n ’t know n how m
miany e ith e r
c o u n try p o ssesses o
L 7w "aS 5J
they have the nudeai
to attach to their miss:
lissUes.
Putin calls (or dep
leployment
of weapons Inspec
lectors
:■ M OSCOW -Russiai
Vladimir Putin called
ed Fnday for
• th e quick retum of ini
international
weapons inspeaors! to Iraq.
. A joint statem ent
It i:l^ e d af.^
a m ee tin g betw een
v is itin g C h ile an1 1P re s d e n t
Rica
icardo Lagos
said
lid th e tw o
oun tries
^ b e lie v e th a t
•s nec essary
. en s u re h e
irliest deploymem
lent of the ...
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IMcountry."
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.mes amid an
VMbnlrPutki
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U nnil
ite d S ta te s
and Britain to authoi
horize a new
Security Council resol
•solution diat
w ould g iv e U.N.. ii
in s p e c to rs
^ broad new powers u
'.^j-weapons o f m ass ‘d'eM-rrtl'oi
d«
and provide them with
wit milliary
S becking, if need be.
■But Russia, one of
fi iKmiaiffive
niint Council memben
lets with veto
power, has spoken oui
out agaitBt a
new resolution, sayini
long it would
t '- unnecessarily delay' U
U.N. mspec• - tors’ re tu m to Iraq. , , , . . .
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1-Hashirai, a
senior m em ber of Ira
Iraq’s ruling
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. believe terrorists wanted to blow
(fermany
ny and the United States >
er jet last
up a Moroccan passenger
are mend
jiding relations, Berlin oh
w eek, ju d icial official
ials
Pridav welcomed
wi
a le tte r from
nosecutors
Friday. Anti-terrorism pro:
n t Bush that said relations
iistigation
opened a criminal inveisi
undam entally strong and
icoveiy of
Friday following the d isa
d the two countries’ cmoUr Maroc
explosives on a Royal Ah
tiona! bon
«nds>built during the. Cold
. auplane after it landed in
Lneastem
• ••jj,g German
q,
explosives
France
on
Sept.
25.’The
ex]
govenunent was
w ere sim ilar to d on i
i about this friendly gesRichard R eid said B ela A nda. a
The Inquiry is for “atti
spokesm
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^ an
murder and attempt to dlestn
c
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d Schroeder.
aircraft in relation wilh aa tterrorist
tions w ere soured when
id, speaknetH-ork,” the officials said
sdiroeder
Ier announced his unbenddition
ing on custom ary condi
Kwition to a U.S. Invasion
anonymity.
and made it a central pan
T h ere was no' d el
„(
uccessful
re-election camunces of
aita c h e d to th e 3.5 our
paign last
i
LSt month.
found in
explosives,
which were fc
w h itee H
: ouse a n g e r p ea k ed
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when Srhi
chroeder's justice minister
'the passenger section of th
during
a sea rch by ci
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rf>nnrtorfl
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S
k[ider,
S saying he was using
‘
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lestioned
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;tics to d iv ert attentlop—^
w ar tactic
lO p i^ n from p„bl
obiems at home. She is not ^ l^/ s s Uian a third of dte 400
:o n sid e re d fo r th e new
|gers who traveled on thee iaircraft
Cabinet: that
th Schroeder expects to
'throughout the day, the; gofficials
said.
present later
lat this month.
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Ivory Coast,
ever in once-stable
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hammetini
in g out the final terms of
, cease-flri
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f i ^ d n s that
th has split other West
Aftican nations
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,|,e chick
c k e n s have fle d ,” said
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N
a cold-drink
seller. “Tl
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n ev e r closed
clc
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becauseof
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rire."
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lay have
cash
shortage, Russia ma
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porting the International
al Space
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als here
said
th e perm anently m anned
^
orbiting
platform might: hhave to
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abandoned
at
least
tem
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ift manu. Russia’s main spacecraft
facturer
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is mired tn debt andj \warned
^
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a
letter
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it
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v est A frican envoys
d Friday to end the dead-
its indcpendunce
i 1991. He later
ice in
ent of the Yugoslav
l>ecame president
federation until
il he
hi was oastvd in
2 0 0 0 and extradite
idited to The Hague
to face trial by the United Nations
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i
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BEIJING - One of China’s richest men was
wj summoned by police
Friday to9 discuss
d
“illegal business
acdvides,”
s,” dealing a potential setback to hls
hli efforts to lead North
Korea’s new
ne foreign-investment
z o n e - a kkey
e road-test of the marketeconom
omy.
yang Bin
Bi was “sum m oned
a c c o r dg to
ti the law by local publie securitv
ity organs” in the northeastern city
cir of Shenyang, where
hiscom par
pany’s headquarters are
to the Web site
located, according
acc
Assailants a tta c k Igirls’
&rvice, a govemof China News
»
2ncy targeted al overseas
Pakistan
JT“ ” 8enc
Islamic school In1 P
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LAHORE. Paldslan
»n •-G unm en
i , saidI authorities’
ai
reason for
g ra y e d bullets at a gir
gu-ls'Islamic
the ouestloi
tioning - which, it noted,
^chool in th e easteri
tern P u n ja b
c j „ e a , s5 oajn . - was “illegal busi1^ 1.' provincial capital of
Jf IU h o re on
nessactivlti
/itjes.”
F rid ay , in ju rin g a 12
1 2 -year old
- H e ’s bbie e n sum m oned. He
. g : ttudent, police said. .
.
h asn ’t bee
leen a rre s te d ,” one of
g - ‘ The girl was hurt wh
when bullets
V a n a’s s«p o kesm en, D uan
^ p a t t e r e d th e windoi
dows of th e
Vlnnhnno
lg. ‘told The Associated
O f ^ o m la M oham m adia
J la B ln a t.u l
tn not too sure where he
Islam school. Nauree
X iSadiq was
b right
DW.”
‘2'' s a id to b e in goodd cco n d itio n
not im m ediately clear
afte r being treated at
a t a Lahore
„ h e t h e r- Y
1 ang, c h ie f of Hong
■-i:.' hospital and released.
ited
Euro-Asia
K ohg-liste
I: Students screamedd ai
and ran for
AaricuHuri
ural Holdings Co., was
^ v e r when the shoot!
K,ting began. •
?r simply questioned and
witnesses said.
.
released.. Dow
D Jones Newswires.
^ No one has claimed
ied responsiquoting a Euro-Asia
E
source, said
^ bility for th e attack.
and “Invited
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A fP ) - Despite a
protest and pleas
IS Ifrom an inter*
national hum an rig
rights panel, the
Bureou of Land M
a
Management
wds
m oving a h e a d F
Fr:
r id a y w ith an
auction of 227 cattl
a ttle seized from
two W estern Shosh
oshones accused
o f tresp a ssin g on
on fe d e ra l lan d
without a grazing{permit.
pc
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The Orgonlzaiion
io n 'o f Am erican
S ta te s ’ Inter-A mn ei
e r lc a n Commission on H um an
1
n R ig h ts urged
the BLM laie lliuursday
rs
to cancel
the sale of the catt]
attle confiscated
from lo n g tim e t r i b a l a c tiv is ts
C a rrie a n d M[aa rry D a n n o f
Crescent Valley. .
A b o u r ^ O t r iib
b aal m e m b e rs ,
state’s r i ^ t activlsi
vists and others
p ic k e te d th e BLM
LM s t a t e headq u a n e rs F riday wi
w ith signs (hat
read “Don't Buy ^S tolen C attle.”
“BLM C a ttle RRuu a l e r s ” a n d
“Honor the Ruby Valiev
Va
Treaty.”
“ We’re going ahi
aheac! w ith th e
a u c tio n .” BLM s p o k e s w o m a n
JoLynn Woriey said
lid Friday moming in Reno. “OAS
^ h a s no juristte r.”
diction on this m atte
Foxed and hand*d<
d-delivered bids
w ere being accepte
p ted through 9
a.m., with the tviniw
uiing bid UJceJy
to be announM d bef<
lefore noon, she
said.
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REXBURG (AP) - . A fte r criti*
dzing Gov. Dirk Kemi
im pthom e Tof
putting Just two peop]
o p le from the
U p p e r S n ak e R iv e r V a lle y on
his Blue R ibbon task
isk force, the
region h as dlscoverei
ired th a t
of the two cannot ppaarrtid p a te in
th e first m eeting to0 resolve
r
the
w o rst s t a t e b u d g[e
e t c r is is in
decades.
a n n a t e Sen.
Form er Republican
M ark R icks o f R exb
sx b u rg . who
•e r v e d 16 y e a rrss In th e
Legislature and all1 b u t two on
th e budget com m itte
t te e , is comi^eting a three-yearr m
d ission for
Church o f Je s(US
u s C h rist of
iL a tte r d a y S a in tsI a n d is n o t
available for duty u n til
ti Nov. 3.
' “I can’t do o n e sin
s in g le th in g
jontU after Pm releaset
ised from the
Temple,” h e said.
But K em pthornei s]
spokesm an
^ k Solder said on
n IFriday th at
ih e 47*member task
ik fo rce th a t
b e e t f for th e first tia
tim e on Oct.
30*11 is n o t J iitt aI a]
s)iort*term
k n t e r p r i te ^ e v e n
th o u g h
K e m p th o rn e w aota-1i t a in itia l
^ o m m f s n d a t i o n iI i n e a r ly
?
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. o r venture," S nider u
J l g o in g to b e longi
n g e r te rm ,
p a y b e iU o re lg b tm tonths.”
on
* A t «ix m o n th s , t h ia t w o u ld
p u sh th e task' forceI o |p erations
th ro u g h n e x t M arch
:h ia n d p a s t
p ie acfjoununent o f th<
th e le^sla*
tive session.
' During th a t sesalott,
« , law m ak( r s will h a v e to fin d i
d o se an e s ^ t e d $15(
IS O n S u a n
ite d .iax 'a d -'
gap between antidpate<
lections for tb e 2003>2(
i- ^ :ih id get'year and niidm umD'XDaodat^^
'x
ry state spending.
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The
he OAS panel had asked the
U.S.'. governm
g
ent to “ ta k e the
urg^n
^ n t m ea su res nccessary to
return
irn the livestock previously
seized
cd from the Danns” until the
commi
imissi'on prepares a report on
r e laIted
te c o m p la in ts from the
Danns,
ns, said Santiago Canton, the
commi
imission^s executive secretary.
. Cant
inton relaved the information
late Thursday
Th
^ 0 lawyers for the
Indian
an Law R esJurce C enter in
H elen
en a , M ont.. and W estern
. Shoshi
shone D e fen se P ro je c t in
Crescei
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DEAR ABBY: After m ore than
I am,
ai b u t I'm th e one payir
'ing for
tu rn e d in a hhi:is to ry p a p e r a t
49 y e a rs o f a w o n d e rrfu l and
• our love affair. Wherever we
wi go ' school. 1 procrasi
irastinated until the
fe became
happy marriage, m y wife
ides - I
last minute.and
id plagiarized
p
some3
D liA R
«restaurants, motels, taxi rid
ve days. I
ill and died w ithin five
end up paying bccause he
h< has
one else’s work
rk «off the Intem et.
was overcome with ^ ief.
e It Has
^
A bby
'!“forgotten” his wallet wit:
'ith the
The odds a re>my
mj teach will not
been four months, andIII am still '
credit cards.
find out aboutt it. However, I tiave
M A U galV M uai
° Abby, I love Randy withI aall my
3ken.How*
depressed and heartbrok
a feeling that 1I will
wi evenmally get
heartache
long will it take for the h<
_______________ I__ h.h e a rt, b u t I am going bbiro k e .
caught, receive
ve ai failing g iw e ,
to go away?
Please tell me what to do wi
without
and
it will goI on my perm anent
with a grief supw
t t . d o you
isto se lin WI'iflved
li
From your experiex;^,
losing
him or my self-respect
fctl
.
school
record.
»'as soon as possible,
P«r> 8 n>«»'n,
think it would b e b e t^Ci r .t o i d l .
-EMPTYPOCI
CKETS
The thoughtt of being found out
e re ferred to one by
m y hom e t h a t w e liv,ed
e fl!r-i9
INMISSISS
SSIPPI ; is ruining my sleep
slee and my social
person or the hospital
lories - or ■■
d«gyp«i
years with all the memoi
DEAR EM PTY POCK
KETS:
life. Is th e re any
am way I can rid '
■wife died. It’s a step
' Your
y,
wait a w h ile ? '! liv e oui
lUt in th e
" I 'tT '
m a rrie d boyfriendd is n ’t . myself of this hoi
tiorrible feeling o f
direction.'
'
low nand
m die nghl dii
country, and my small tc
using credit cards bccause
se h e’s . giUlt? ' ’
tie social
Equally as
IS iimportant: Do nothafi
church o ffe r v e i^ littli
afraid his wife will find evid
idence
- COPYCA
^c a t o n c a Mp u s V
ing
in
haste.
I
s. Make no Important
ofhis affair with you - andI yyou're
activity.
of
DEAR COPYC
YCAT: Yes. W rite
dedsion, such
Kvsfla
A bby, I c a n 't seem tito th in k
ich as what to do with
pa
paying
th e price for it inI im ore
another history
y paper
pi
and give It
>preciate
your house, foi
cle arly an d w ould app
for one year. By then,
wt than one.
ways
to the “ teach”” as
a: soon as possi.
you will be thi
your advice.
iF U I c lT H
thinking more dearly
Try this: Stop carryingg cash
ble- Just say, “Sorry
“So
ttus Is late.
[q I b I oT e B
/
- RROBERT
andw iU beabI
able to ded d e what is
an leave your credit can
and
irds at
I t ’s th e paper-1
e r-I s h o u ld h a v e
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most practical
ralforyou.
ha e. Or b e tte r yet, drop
hom
>p this
tu m e d in .^ llieenn Ipray he or she is
V
!W
ise accept
DEAR ROBERT: Pleasi
ch
cheap,
two-timing Citsonova
va and
lenient and respe
aspects your desire
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B leT L tA tvlM M
I deepest sym pathy for
my
f your
DEAR ABB'
3BY: I have been datfin a more Kenurous guy -- who’s
P H l I h l i lufsM
U
find
v
to c o rrec t y our
u r la p s e in judg*
| c | h | e |E |R [
loss. There is no set tim etable
et
for
ing a married
i
also
id man,
“Randy,” who
aU single.
ment.
iH le iR M A l
grieving the death of a lov
oved one.
is 2 0 years m'
my senior. He is far
Hint: M ake sure
sui th e p ap e r Is
T r r
‘ The best advice I can offer
U IlIm IsM
ol
you
m ore financii
icially secure th a n I
I
DEAR
ABBY: Last we
reek I
y o u r'v e ^ best effort.
effc
Jp L A ri'lT l
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Tlme»<«ews.'
m illfII
36Z orw a
40 Yahoo), a.g
e.g.
43 Binds with
thccord
47 Ending lor
orecar
or cent
51 ExtemaJ
52 Yahool rtval
Ival
tn.
53 Nile queen.
brtefty
Q. Tbe prayer gesturee iof placI the paints together in
n ifront
ing
e d in th e
the fece - is it mentionec
I
Bible?
A. No, s ir, ac co rd in g to one
a
way back
authority,
it goes all the wi
t< a pagM practice of bind
ndingthe
to
h
in to varihands
to show submission
_ gods.
ous
®
W ord i t It ta k e s a t le a st six
cubic
fe e t of b ea n s to, nm ake a
c
b
rable. Its
bean
bag chair comfortal
c fort is n o t w hat imp
apresses
com
m e, though. If you g et laid
le off,
you can e a t i t
Spades in card .decks ori
iriginally
were sp ea r points. They
‘.y repre*
se n te d n o t g a rd e n e rs bbiu t soldiers.
On every fosliunt, onee Ihunter
was assigned as ‘Svhipper-i
r-tn." He
had to whip stray houndss Iback to
the
ered- It’s
J pack when they scatter
where we got the term f<
for that
54 TAith twister
55 Different
56 SolidiRes
59 Ecological
watchdog grp.
60 Twitch
61 Kepi or shQko
62 Pester
63 Wane
ILibm: iV
Vlany will depend
<
'
on you f(
for their wv^elfare ^
; G E M ira (May 21.Juni
[une 20): Be
■aware of fine prin t Com
orrea mathJerhatical errors. T eaa r down
i
in
jorder to rebuUd. You will
will beat the
jodds and win the game.
me. Taurus,
Leo and Scorpio bidividi
iriduals play
^ t a s t i c roles.
CANCER (Ju n e 21-J
I'Ju Iy 2 2 ):
■People are eager to hear
’a r \what you
say and to read whatt yc
you write.
Emerge from an^ emotioi
Itional sheU.
Be ready for exating char
hange, trav*
• lel and variety. Relatio;
tionship is
2): Brighten
LEOUuly23-Aug.22):]
lome, hang photograph;
iphs, paintngs. D om estic adju
d ju stm e n t
re sand with
ndudes where you live
rital status
whom. Focus on m arita
It iIt. Libra
ind w hat to do about
}lays mysterious role.
S ep t. 22):
Jh^IR G O (Aug. 23.Sej
III get
■ sp ite delay, you will
( your
^ y . D efine term s, avG
avoid self*
i
P r a y e r gg estu re ml i g h t c o rr■ne from pp a g a n p r a c tic e
u I m
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la ie ie iR M
B T lw |e|e|oB T |R |A |M |
I
; IF OCTOBER STH
H 1IS YOUR
;in T H O A Y ^ you are
ire attracted
md a variety
•v s u d d e n changes and
>dl«xpenences. You exui
txude aura of
linielligence and sex ap]
appeal. You
;have natural ability as reporter,
;w rite r. G em ini, V
Viiirgo an d
play m ajor
•S agittarius natives pIi
Id hhave these
'roles in your life, could
N..'W. Sodal
^letters in names: E, N
'a c tiv itie s a c c e le raa te d u rin g
•N ovem ber. If single,
Ie, you can
J“expect” to change you
your marital
:statxis in the coming year
'ear.
pr. 19): You
ARIES (Mar. 21.Apr.
ork at home.
^ u l d do profitable work
iFamily members willII acooperate.
{Question concerning
r arriage
lg m
poom s la rg e . Decisio
sion m ade
;tonight'on when to b e ^ joilmey.
d.
iCapricom reoresented.
:0-May 20):
: TAURUS (A pr. 20-n
;You w ill be popular;
lar; p eo p le
express desire to wine
i
ne and
dine
^you. Children and romoi
monce high. lighted. Your influence
£ i:is extraor|^nary;^use it wisely! Gen
Gemini plays
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a u t h o r i t j ^ e d i t s it to th ei tone
i
q u a lity W viiilins m ade
ie by
Str
Stradivari.
A fig h tin g ro o s te r’s ci
crest
droops when he’s whipped.. 1T hat
ga< us the word ‘'crestfallen.
gave
in.”
Consider people who own
n and
ruin t h e ir own re s ta u ra
ru
ra n ts .
Nir
Ninety-four
percent of them
m are
th e offspring of self-empio
jg*th e rs . A nd h a lf th o s e loyed
fa
s
self*
employed fathers likewise ow
}wned
^their own restaurants.
q When were our traditi<
Q.
tional
we<
wedding marches fin t playe<
ired a t
mai
marriage ceremonies?
^
A. Ia 1858. Same year thee first
I
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"I----------------mal w o rth y , th e
C ongressiona
"whip.'’
You know' th
tl e m ilitary slouch
hat still worn1 by
b the Australians?
^ 0 affectatior
ion. th a t turned-up
right brim. It: lets
Ie them sight their
rifles withoutt knocking
k
their hats
off.
rail whooping cough
What wc call
the Koreans call
cal donkey cough.
A slimy waK
a le r fungus grew in H i
some of th eI sp
s[ ru c e an d m aple H i
tre e s of 17th
:h ci e n tu ry Italy. It H i
sealed th e woi
tvood somehow. An
ABC airs‘TroyStory2’:
’ Sunday ■
deception,
ft
L Maintain
aura of glam*
our, intrigue
gue. You will be regard*
ed as an ittracrive,
atti
exclusive individual. Keep
sep it that way!
. LIB R Ak (S
( e p t. 23*Oct. 2 2 ):
A dded pre
ire s s u re due to m ore
responsibil
bility. You w ill b e in
chaise, and
nd many will depend on
you for thei
(leir emotional-financial
welfare. ilelationship
Rel
intensifies;
don’t play'gam
ga es with emodons!
SCORPH
>10 (O ct. 23-Nov. 21):
Mission will
rill be completed; pres*
tige is elevi
evated as result. What
you though
ght was im possible is
available; reach
re
for and utiliie it.
Aries, Libra
ira natives play extraor*
dinary roles,
es.
SAGITTA
FARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
21): Thisisisth e tim e to go into
business. Exerdse
Ex
independence
of thought,
e
t, action.
Vigor returns;
you could
b “m adly in love.”
i be
D on't foUoi
low o th ers, do things
your way.Aquarius
Aq
featured.
CAPRICOl
rORN (D ec 22-Jan. 19):
You encount
in ter Can.cer-bom indi.
vidual who
i
10 outlines
your future
destiny. Be
c
e open-minded
without
beingnaive.]
«. Focus on home, m an.
tal status and
an business partner*
ship. Determi
rminadon!
AQUARIl
LIUS Uon: 20-Fcb. 18):
A ccept soci
Dcial In v itatio n . You
could encoui
ounter individual who
will p\ay ma
najor role in your life.
H ig h ll^ t versatility,
ve
humor and
intellectual
c
11 curiosi^.
Sagittarius
figures promi
iminently.
P IS C E S
( eb . 19-M ar. 20):
5 (F
R ebuilding
|
lg process
gets u n d er
w ay. Y ou overcom
o^
e o d d s and
“beat the gan
;ame.” Taurus, Leo and
Scorpio perso
Rons will play amazing
roles. SMtUf
tUgbt on legal affairs>
- p a r th e rwppand
a marital statu s
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lent of Labor. '
Departmei
n d te d astonishMadseni
n c re a se s
in
in g
inc
frclaims, as well.
Falls County,
.statewidec
TWIN FALLS - Even Twin Fai
seen^^^^H
nes, is feelirig
“ We hi
on”le of Idaho’s economic engine^
nd'o f.n u m bers
th e se kint
strain.
®^The evidence: $6.16 taillionn ppaid out in
for a long} ttime,” Madsen
.-•'Th
ollow ing his
e county for unemployment
:nt insurance
sa id , fol
«
0 a Twin Falls
I)
September.
sp
ee
ch
to
lims from JanUaiy through &
'clain
C h am b er
of
lat’s up 38 percent firom theedda im s'p a id
A re a
Cl
That'
CommerC'
the
first
nine
months
of
2 0 0)1.
1.
ree
g a th e rin g
in thi
In fact, it tops th e $5.93 mil
million paid
Friday.
liMla«n
In
Valley
partic.
***^****
It
d
u
rin
g
all
of
last
y
e
a
r,
sa
. said R oger \
Magic Vi
out <
side of the valley
:y -• is ^
th e Id a h o
ularly thee western
i
M aadd s e n , d ir e c to r o f th(
asses on
tlclpation
—
^ d ln g p a s
- - S p D O p a r tli
Ij^ O D IN G - Goi
Gooding busintJ^ '
> » ^ I e won’t partic
rtid p ate this year
regional mark
arketing effort by
■ftlln F a lls, Jeroi
irom e an d M iniC asaa interests.
•^
.
:11ie Southern1 Id
Idaho' Economic
Q pjelopm ent Org;
Irganization, ju s t
iq o fc th an a year
e a r old,. marl<ets
s o i(th e rn Idaho
lo to p o te n tia l
e i^ lo y e r s and to
[o tthe site consul*
'
who help ther
hem find business
' l o t io n s . It also aims
ain to help exist*
U £ ^ g i c Valley
y ccompanies stay
{4 M add new jobs.
s.
^uED O gets doUa
jllars from publicaitd private-’sectoi
:tor e n tities th a t
. ofttnribute voluntari
tarily.
. ^ s t year, with1 $3,000
$;
raised by
G ooding (C ham ber of
O w m e rc e , th e cii
city of Gooding
s m e d onto SIEDO.
> !^ is year, thei cl
cham ber *board
«2 U*bow out, relying
ling instead on its
ovm efforts and thi
those of the pri*
. iQarily grant-fundei
ided Rural Magic
\ ^ e y Econom ic
Ic D evelopm ent
-^^Sociation, U nda
la IDevaney, execu ltv e d ire c to r of
o f th e Gooding
c lim b e r, said Frida;
; W e have decide
ided that, at this
in history, whe
vhen the economy
tfM e tty lean in Go
Gooding and peoFM pre feeling a Uttl
Jttle nervous, that
w O night have coni
onsiderable diffi, c Q ^ raising the! S:
$3,000 and that
' tfM a b ly o u r in terests
te r
would be
c ^ e r served by do
doing the things ■
th A w e can do to<au
augment RMVEDA’s efforts,” Devan
vaneysaid.
^ H l
T h e cham ber bo:
board m ade th e
dedsion after length
gthy conversadon
H|iursday night, she
h e :said.
.
3 W e Gooding char
hamber. she said.
M ^ upgrade its Web
^eb site “and find
s«(K other methods
ods of promodng
GSfldlng on our own
Hrn for this year.”
: ^ a t doesn’t rule
lie out partidpati a i : in SIEDO in th e
I^ t^ n e y said.
esi center will
III hold Intro
to iQuIck Books
Ik s Pro
■
r . F . c b o u n tyf unen■nployi
r a e n t iclaims
| 3 r i eEFLY
P^ l u n ^? i n
“
bets look b a d - P a g e 0 4
s ta te numbei
Iahesad
the state and in the-nation.
bright spot inI th
in. .
. ’the Labor direct
-ector siudl He d ie d a'list of
indicators:
R em arkably
I
ly low
unemployment rates,
;s.
New stores, resu
estaurants ?nd a bank on the
:ie
Canyon rim. Notable c«lliib<>
Snake River Car
e n state agencies, business
ration betw een
ss
>thers in bringing new Intsileaders and othi
sin . J o b c r e a tio n by WOW
W
' ’CSS
tow n.
Corp., WestFurm
m
Logistics, DeUI Computer
O
Foods, Diehl Inc.
Inc and dairy-related opera-
C a b l. el e O
g ;
i s
e
N
E
m o v ^e e s o u t o f
B u r ll ee y o f f i c e
!
By torralneiCavanar
Ca'
TImas-Hewsco
s cowespondent
,jTamu„
SeJdal
Bfeft
.. r.» p -.A
miket
IS b p HSO
'^-.W f l e t t h e Fe Moxis
J H Java stth #
OouM
Is Diamond
iCsntsrln
TownC
Reno,
Aug.
Bolss^
>*bisad
Moxisaiava
J
Mtional
Intsmal
has mm
70 loca
H
■
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m
) p o rt l£
I
r
tions. AT&T’s now Poir
Point of Presence at the
butte east of Jerome,
ie. iand the accompanyligh-tech development.
ing patentiul for high
The College of Southe
Jthem Idaho’s value to
the business communii
unity: A booming housing market.
“You really have‘ a lot
1 to be proud of,”
Madsen told his Twin
in F
Falls audience.
But he has a littie>pride
pri of his own.
Mad.fen's trip to town
towi served, in part, to
p ra is e th e L abor D
De;
e p a rtm e n t’s M agic
Valley Job Service staff
itaff. Perhaps that’s particuiariy important during
duj
a state budget
Please see UNEMPLOYMENT.
UNB
Page D2
,IW IN FALLS -- T he Sm all
1 ^ 1
Bl(siness Developm
pm ent Center at ^
tIieCollcge of South
l an “Iniroduci
uction to Quick
i V lJ .o x i e j a v a t h i n k s t h e i r e ’ s r o o m I f: o r m o r e c o f f e e s h o ]
cs Pro 2 0 0 r cla
dass 6 t<T9 pjn.
rsdays. Oct. 10
>worldwide,
and he said
of the 1960s, when 75 pei
lercent of
_
■Boulevard North owns
ns and nm s a
locations
w
10*24, in Room
The A
AnM o c lfd P r— ___________
of the Evergreer
<et is sdll ripe for expaney drank
Moxie Java-licensed store
st
next to . the m arket
Americans reported thej
--------een Building.
!signed for sma
DISE - The smell of coffee
ee
the hotel,
sion in thlee :spedalty-coffee indusm ore than three cups of coffee
mall businesses,
BOI!
thelw orkshop
will
i
Tieates
th e a ir a t th e Boise
daily.
se
By s e llin g licenising
si
rig h ts
try.
ill teach participerm
e
p u t s about setting
•orate headquaners of Moxie
tions a re
iew seems to be supportMoxie Ja v a ’s aspiratic
ie
r a th e r th a n fra n c;hising,
h
th e
That viev
lg up a tcompany,
corpon
dobig accounts
payal
td u stry num bers. U.S.
m o d est co m p a red wit
/ ith th e
Boise coffee businesssallows
(
for a
ed by indt
yable
and receiv*
JavaI International.'
In
atde, tracking
and a, recondl*
;k
less-expenave entry for
fc indepen*rs spend m ore than $5
tarbucks,
consumers
growth of behem oth Stai
d aging,
J uist
s t ste p s from ow ner Rick
ing bank statements
n
’s
office
is
th
e
com
pany’s
ns world*
which has 5,000 locations
-’s
dent operators who pa
pay a-flat fee
billion ayear
ye on spedalty coffee
nts and finandal
D ean’s
reporting, audidng
fi
e ' ra th e r than ongoing,
__drinks, according to
wide and opened nearly' 700
7 new
g files and more.
la rg ee w
i arehouse, filled to thle
D «|jnis Tilley, a cei
bags and hags of cof*
the Spedalty Coffee
)f*
franchising fees,
sites in the past year.
certified public
brimI with
u
a m u n ta n t with Till<
E v e n m lh the
jeans. For a coffee lover, this
A sso cia tio n
of
is
B ut th a t d o e s n ’t1
E berharter has acknoM
3wledged
rUley & Co., will
fee bea
ihsttuct. Prerequisiu
eer
heaven.
For
Dean,
whose
America,
and
coffee
se
meafn
a
lic
e
n
s
e
e
flrowinK
th
at
th
e
com
pany
was
g
site for the class
Is she©
®
explosive
is -fb m ilia rity with
e e c u p s its u n a tte n d e!d
d
i t h th M
consumption continw o rk s co m p le te ly
m ore by w ord of moutI
ith ac co u n tin g
co ffee
t'erips and Windows
ugh a recent interview, it’s
:’s
in d e p e n d e n t
off p ro lifen im ti o f mffeee ues to increase.
dng strat*
from any type of marketin
iws 98 or higher
througi
ex{)irience.
' •
good
business.
More than 50 per­
M oxie -Java- hea d ented an'
egy. Dean has implemen
just
gO(
ICost is $ 1 0 0 p erpe
h u tsa u d a ifeso n
!an took over the 70-location
c e n t of A m ericans
m
quarters. To ensuree
ampaign.
a ^ e s s iv e m arketing can
' person. Space is ■
Dean
lifioiled to 15 student
in
la
s
t
fa
ll
from
fo
u
n
d
e
r
identify
themselves
:r
q
u
ality
control
and
:om pany
hiring a Los Angeles co
ents; prere^stra*
ch a in
J
every
streef
comer,
tipniand prepayment
m e Eberharter, who opened
a s d a ily coffee
id
consistency, th e comasing th e
and substantially increasi
ent are required.
Jerome
irs t Moxie Jav a location in
^ , p an y o ffe rs three*• . M oxie J(RXi(Ki'uer
d rin k e rs , dow ning
in—
advertising budget.
his firs
e In
,an a v e ra g e o f J.4
!r
y e a r c o n tra c ts th a t
That focus appears to) Ibe payB oise
I 1988. T he new owner
iiigh hopes for the small but
cups, according to a
it
in d u d e a stipulation, Hick l ^ a n said the
es u p 80
(iij building hos
ing
off,
w
ith
gross
sales
losts course
ving o p e ra tio n , w hichh
recent repon by the
th a t th e c o m p a n y
ber and
p e rc e n t sin c e D ecem bi
c ^ a n a g ln g pperformance
e
sed just under $ 1 million in
N a tio n a l
C offee
in
can cancel th e agree­\ . m arkethm n'lhit.its
sev e n new lo ca tio n s oo(p e n in g
grossed
Association.
m e n t six m o n th ss
JTWIN FALLS -- A
' sin c c th e firs t o f thle
e y e a r.
sattmtrion point.
A "M anaging
2001.3xie Jav a acts as a licensor,
__
The
popularity
of
r,
b
e
fo
re
i
ts
e
n
d
f
o
r
.
oo;p en in
lo av id u al Performaii
A
nother
s
ite
is
set
to
nance” dass will
iig none of its locadons, but
la tte s , m ochas and
It
any reason,
w o more
b f * e ld 6 to 9 p .m .TTuesdays,
u
Florida this month and tw
Oct. 6
owning
i
r
licensing
the
brand
name
rdalty concoctions in the
{ South Carolina by the
le
Even with th e expio
losive prolif*' other speda
t h r ^ g h Nov. 5, in Room
Ro
in
le end of
276 of the
ra th eproviding
r]
training, equip*
continued into the new •• th
, e y e a r. A c o n tra c t is b ein g
?*
eradon of coffee huts
ts and cafes
’90s has .coi
Tftjlor Administratio
Ition Building a t
a"** t,
Prand o th e r assistance to
0
on every street comer,
a-. Dean said
ce ntury, , nre v ita liz in g a coffee
o te n tia l
tttrpollege of Southe
n, e g o tia te d w ith a pot
them Idaho.
m en t,
i
business owners.
that was waning in the
]licensee in Germany.
th e m arket hasn’t hit
it its saturaindustry thi
i » e class is the sea
»cond session of
" ? e ppendent
ei
tates.
Overall
consumpTwin
Falls,
WestCoast
Twin
n
tion
point.
-His
goal
i
1
is
to
open
United
Stat
a*s4 perv isio n cours
urse offered in
^
s H o tel on Blue L ak e!S
s
Please see JAVA',
I
k', Page
D3
h u n d re d s o f new Mi
Vfoxie Ja v a
tion here :isis StiU far below levels
T«5|>n F alls as aa ci o o p e rativ e
F a lls
•
b S i^ e e n C SI and
id B oise S ta te
,r ', '
. I r o e r s i t y . Colin Randolph,
Rc
pro'
I
' f ^ ^ r and financial
a
a b o r
T h e
U aid director at
w ill te a c hI tth e classes,
d o | ^ e d to build practicd^ddlls
pr
)0 p e r p erson,'
J ^ i^ h
in c lu d e ss
m ateria ls.
C G |»unts are offered
red whOT a busijiiErfs sig n s u p thh nre e o r m ore
- elM oyeesorw hcnei]
t employees sign
. u p tp r m ore than one:
ne session.
'*Epr in fo rm a tiotn,
n , ca ll S herry
m
a t 732-6455 orr asei)d e-mail to
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B V ^ VV -- Cable ONE moved
Burley office a t th e
*hei Bu
Snake River
e r IPlaza, changing the
yf^y the cable
ible company interacts
with its custon
stomers.
ll p e o p le m en tio n e d
“ S everal
Id nm iss p erso n al ser*
they would
v ice ,” s a id
id S te v e T h om pson,
m anager ofI th e malL “W henever
a com pany
y d ec id es to le a v e a
small commui
m unity it is obviously >
alo sso f custoi
le acompany has had an
'Hte cable
lurley for m any years,
S r ' j e ^ r'eral
S nam es, h e said.
F or almost; two
twi years Cable ONE
h as ru n thl e 1local cable o peration. B efore
ire t h a t It w a s Tele*
Communicatlc
ations Inc. and ATM*
Broadband;L- '
AU three»owners
OH
had th e sataM
p e o p le worl
v o rk in g fo r th e m ,
said.
always
had a
offi im til now."
:office
But Russ
s Y
Young. C able ONE
m anager, said
saii now th a t C able
ONE is centn
ntrally located out of
Twin Falls,
p<
I, people
can actually
g et b e tte r service.
sei
Bills can be
p aid a t a ddre
rop box in S m ith’s
Food & Drug.
rug. or paid in c a i l ^ *'
Stokes Food
C
>d Center.
a re p la c e s o u r c u s * ;
tom ers go to do
< th e ir shopping '
anyway," Youi
foungsaid.
Folks in th
thee Mlnl-Cassia are a :
who reportt cable
ca
problem s can !
have th e com
« nvenience o f a aer-.'
vice techrtida
i d a n right' aw ay, h e •
said . If a digi
d ig ita l box o r c a b le ‘
m odem is nee
n eeded a technician would deliver
t
fer one.
“An on-call
a ll technician w o u ld ''
m g said. “Oiir service •
come," Young
is available seven
sev days a week.”
ley saved by closing '
The money
y o ffic e .w ill allo w '
th e B urley
E ti
to e n h a n c e M ini- '
C able ONE
nee, h e said. “Cable
Cassia service
•einvest th e savings .
ONE can rein
ie plant.”
back into Ihe
pi
rley o ffic e closed
T he Burlej
because the! moU
ma lease came to an
ible ONE was unable
end and Cable
m agreement
on terms
to come to an
aj
le lease.
Young said,
to extend the
le
m is
Thompson
i pursuing o th er
com panies to fill th at space in
the mall,
able ONE no longer
W hile Cabh
occupies a spot
spc at Snake River
ng *said that does not
YounS
the cable company is
with
m ^ v o lv c d w
ii the community,
ip an y h ad flo ats in
T h e compai
les and
booths in the
local parades
i
I
this
. county fairs thi summer, he said.
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f e e l t h e
e jf f e c t s
and buyers would
Carol Ryan
R) Dumas
By
Ryan Dumas
A“ugust,
S>
i> a i; e )q )O ft 8 2 0 Q l V■*. V' ^ rt,'. .
a l l y b e o rd e rin g th is
t#iw » writw
normn al
TlwoaNi
Tlmet-News writer______
• weekc for
fo Novembcr-December
------- ^
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llw E ir ^ i^ r r i
. delivery
TW/IN
II FALLS - I t doesn’t
TWIN FALLS - A^ week-long
Wi
standoff
“WV^e’re
e’ losing s ales rig h t
fo r th e w heels o f
I
.,'v,
ta k e long
lo
between dockworkers
ai shippers in 29
rs and
now,, and
ai w e’re not a b le to
> aj
agriculture to come to a
I
rrfyty>
West Coast ports is ripp
rippling back to agrii
sales
we
have
booked.”
.
move
sa
( g o f f e r s cours
eching h a lt when, W e s t. i
1186 on ' lif : «cre.ed
cultural businesses inI the
the Magic Valley,
p orts' of wheat comprise
Expoi
L ports shut down. L o c a l' ’ E
In simple term s, the
p
le port
lockout being
i
n m e n and flnai
ab o uitt 65
£ p ercen t of Idaho’s
lance— 7 " ^ ,Sitlets a re already feeling
w a g ed
as
th e
I n te r n a tio n a l
1 0 0 ra
raiillio n -b u sh el a n n u a l
O T H N F A L L S -Tr hhie Community . th e efft
tffects o f th e longshore*
L o n g sh o re m e n ’s aann d
W a re h o u se
.
At
$4
a
bushel,
that
repu S I a tio n Center aittheC
t tl oU egeof
'
crop.
s
lockout,
which
since
la
tt
men*«lo
ft'
A ssociation en d th e P acific M aritim e
'
S iQ ihem IdaHo is o£fering
o£fi
resents
its $260 million, .alth o u ^
h a s c r ip p le d 29
“Smart.
w e ekcend
et
Association dispute contracts
cor
is costing
)
^ M e n F\Diih R ich’
were down last year. In
sales1 wi
ic ports from Seattle to
ch” for women
P a d fic
Idaho agriculture money
iney in lost sales and
|
jf f ln u y s s K v ^ ...
l ^ w e s t e d i n leaim
m iin g w ays to '
tion. the lockout is coming
Hego.
• K 'f a l M i ^ ^ ''
addltior
SanlMei
lost productivity. The
he <
dom ino effect is
J
their financia
reaUy
baiktim
e
for
Idaho
a
t
a
rea
's
having
a
huge
effect
on
idal security.
"Ic*sb
•. ah^ady being f d t j n d some
sc
local ag oper' 'fltR restm ent represc
rers.
W
itn
m
uch
of
th
e
g
ro
w
er
Stflve Johnson, adminis*
R
esentative Rob
lu ,” Stc
ations say erh rio y injit
^ t layoffs
I
and failed
SSM ill wOl help stud
itry having had produccountry
B
t m to ts a n ^
t r a t>r
o r of th e Id a h o G ra in
businesses areSiKpossib
ssibility if th e ports
fin a n d a l situlaadt o iu and » t
K l g c t s . - ' ' ; t i o n pprro b lem s th is sea so n ,
x e rs Assodadon, sald-in
fl
F njdaci
don’t open soon.
' B H b to obtain finant
m d is high, supply is'low
^ w ■ '.s'
, demand
o rt published in todlsy's - fl
M
d
a
l
securily.
a
nipWI
P a t F lo re n c e , ch
h ie f e x e c u tiv e of
' ' S c e n t s a ls o w ill 1
prices have been moving i f.i"./'.
and prii
Weekly. “We rely on an
H
___ In d e p ^ d e n t M eatJ tjI T
w
Twin
Falls, siu ^ th e______ ^
__ s t t t a to living and fii
. -u p ^ -;—
Iy m arket Qrstra:-Buyera- -U
• ^ utdow n iis having a ^“Huge
"Hi
rf fe « ” on his
b p i d on the tocdc
’s a®good* opportunity for
>ming into the m arket on . bility
I
go
som
ew
here
and.|;dtig8
up
the
«
whole
g
rain,
they’ll
gc
business.
i m Rich* by David
w heat into those
ular b ts lt to order th eir
i
t know
how long
«st>
o move
m
system
>
Cnm
the
country
try
e
l^
else;
they
don’t
lo
- ; ; S n w iU b e h e I d 7 t
“W
e
have
close
to
co
$500,000
$
in con* :
:ets,”
Johnson
said,
I."
'
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I^ is 8 0 i> « t0
th at v f w stoppa
vator in sondwra IdahoI to
ti the
'. 2 H |t Edward Jone* 1
firm ed orders canceled
lUd or delayed, and
e.effects of the shipping
» r d ^ to Johnson, th a t
Irailroad, barges and poi
)ort. I t
be.”
'
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$10. For infpn
lughter." h e said in a dovm a re alread y being ' we’re cutting back slaugl
E n ^ tio tlo rto
d Idaho’s
grain
shutdov
iens'on
a
w
e
ek
ly
b
a
sis
'
i
flow
to
the
port
n
,”
he
'
Johnson
said
1
v :M B to ,c a U 732-6290.
report in today’s edition
i Ag Weekly.
Ion of
j
,>
however.
W heat prices
“
m nebttattrs.
tsaid. “If they (buyers)i d<o n 't
industiy is in Ihe
th procesa o t
lit e B m ^ te s ^ t possia dto opportun^,to get
Uveriea ontered
Please
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(A P) - M ore
NEW YORK (i
news and ea rn '
mixed economic: nc
e n t stocks turnings w arnings seni
bling Friday, with
h tlthe Dow Jones
Ing n e a r a fivc:
in d u strials falling
the major indexyear low and'oU the
Ir sixth
straight
es enduring their
s
losing week.
in v e s to rs
A n a ly sts s alid
id
•y ia fte r several
re m a in ed jitte ry
igs warnings. A
w eeks of earnings
at shut
down 29
labor dispute that
:
and threatened
West Coast ports; ar
from the
10 sap billions of dollars
doi
economy ad^ed to the
i gloom, as
nsions with Iraq.
did continuing tcnsii
[ust keeps grab“T he.m arket Jusi
2ws and locking
bing onto bad news
id S
' in on th o t.” s a id
: co tt W ren,
e q u ity s tra tc g{ist
is i fo r A.G.
Iraq
Edwards & Sons.. “Between
**I
oast port situaand th e W est Coas
»ro obvious
huge
tion, those are two
i
ts that
are also
extraneous events
i
weighing on the mar
narket.”
c d 188.79, or 2.5
The Dow dropped
0 , the
percent, to 7,528.40,
t lowest Hnwhen it
ish since Nov. 13,1, 1997,
1
The average has
dosed at 7,487.80. Th.
lifft
dosed with tripIcKiiffi gains or loss-
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R«corcord high: 11.722.98
Jan. 14.2000
JUL
csin n line
in of the lost 1 0 sessions,
Broadlader stock indicators also0
retrcate
Ited. The Standard & Poor’ss
soo indi
ndex ded in e d 18.37, or 2.2Z
p erceni
s n t, to 800.58, a n d th e
N asdaq
a q co m p o site in d ex lost
25.66, ,or
or 2.2 percent, to 1,139.90.
For ththe week, the Dow lost 23
percent,
nt, the Nasdaq dedined 4.9
percent,
nt. and the S&P fell 3.2 percent.
Ajialy:
ilysts say that with th e bear
m arket
e t approaching the threeyear ma
mark, many investors have
lost thei
leir appetite for stocks and
U tility
p
b e g in
tly to a national labor conrecently
:e in Nashville. Tenn.
ference!
aking to One Stop C areer
Speak
:rs, Chao had said: **We’d1
Centers,
ou to become employment
‘like you
tunlty
scouts - connecting;
opportui
•usiness directly to find jobs;
wiih busi
srkers before they walk inI
for work
loor.
your doo
any o f you a r e a lre a d y
“ Man;
doing that.
thi
ivas a local One Stop C areer
“It waj
thal helped the communi*
Centerr tl
Magic Valley. Idaho, bring
ty of Ma
Computer’s technical-supDell Coi
enter to their region. One
port cen
)ffidols offered the compa*
Stop offi
uckage of services, indud*
ny a pac
istomized recruitm ent. The
ing custc
result was.300 new tech
chnical-suiv
port Jobs in M agic Va
^aUey with
the prom ise of 1 0 0 mo
nore in the
future. That’s what I call'reacha
ing out,*” Chao said.
The state also granted
ed Dell $2.4
million from Idaho's V
Workforce
D evelopm ent T rainini
ing F und th e largest portion of
of th e $3.3
million awarded in soui
mth-central
999.
Idaho since January 199
D e ll e x p e c ts i t s Tw
Pwin F alls
employment to expandd to 750 by
the end of th e year.
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continued
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ia. which is
b ra cin g for J.R . Simjp
p lo t C o.'s
firs t ro u n d o f layoffs
fs from its
nonth. The
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h said. “And somej
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re
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wer
ke hom es .
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e r said a single 60coupon program to make
w a t t c o m p aact
c t fluorescent bulb:
m ore energy^ffident.
m ore than
w i l l s a v e c oonsumers
n st
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R e c e iv in g .
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custom ers will begin re<
th e bulbC
m a il f o r
r e p l a c e d . I nn addition,
ad
tw o $3 c o u p o n s by tni
t h a t c o s t fro
fro m $ 1 0 and m
c o m p a c t flu o re s c e nI t l i g h t
e a c h l a s t u p to
to 1 0 tim es longte ^
bulbs.
in c a n d e s fe flt;!
in c e n t i v e
th a n
t h e>ir
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c o u s i n s a nid
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fo r som eone to try out
m u c h lig h t .
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L y n e tte
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pai
p a tin g rei^U*^
sp o k esw o m a n
L;
can dial 1 ;e r s , c o u p o nI holders
ho
terriochoa said.
in s c o m e s
888-37&80088 and
ar
enter their zip
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from
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ou|
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has had, Mat
A $4.9 m illion federal g rant
eived will boost efforts
Idaho recei>
displaced by
to help t hlee workers
'
lot plant’s dosure. Gov.
the Simplot
m pi th o rn e in A ugust
D irk K em
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firm
atio
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re c e iv e d ci
gra n t in aa phone
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conversation
w ith C hao.
1 0 . w hich M adsen on
tiled a “political mira- Friday calle
d e .”
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Times-Nc
5. Hutchins can be
Virginia ,S.
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to
e lim in a te: B o is
ivestors yet another reaoid stocks.
sontoavoic
BOISE (AP) - SearsI R
I oebuck
In d e e d ,. th e la te s t fig u re s
— 11,000
released Fr
d c a lly c u rFriday were mixed. The
. and Co. plans to dramatic
epartment reported that . tail, and p o ^ b ly 'e limliii n a t e , i t s
Labor Depi
>n’s unemployment rate.
d n g u p to
----- 10,000
' the nation’;
lo c ^ data center, puttir
6 percent
in September,
130 jobs in jeopa^y.
^
feU to 5.6
I
im provem ent from the
“ W e’re co n sid erin gg s e v e r a l
----- 9.000
0 slight im
nt level of August,
5.7 percent
an Peggy •
o ptions,” spokeswom ar
P a lte r said. “ One is .tc
t o 'f i n d a
-----» 0 0 0
A'
“same time, a separate
ent survey of businesses
. govemmeni
b uyer for th e facility. 0O n e i s t o
em ployers cu t 43,000
___ show ed en
r c e o r , if r e d u c e th e w ork forc'
- the fir?t such
OCT
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jobs last month
m
n e e d e d , a c t u a l l y d loo s e t h e
April.
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reduction1 sinco
si
re a d e c iu n it. W e hope to have
Igh the unem ploym ent,
AP ■
Althougl:
ex t few
s id n o v e r t h e nex
lower
than
e
x
i
t
e
d
,
the
rate was lov
are avoiding buying; to
f r te a r o t
m onths."
till
disappointed
Wall
re p o rt still
see in g th e ir alre a dly
y b a tte r e d
T h e com pany said i tt 'w a s n o t
>cause it suggested com*
Street beca
portfolios lose m ore v^uu e
making any d i ^ 'e s at iilt s l a r g e r
re feeling
less confident
Panics are
i
' “Probably the U g est
^ factor in
credit card facility thatIt ei m p lo y ness is improving,
the m arket not doingg well right
busines
p e o p le in
ee s m ore than 1 ,0 0 0 pe
group
of
earnings
warn­
now is that companiesI aare just not
. A new gp
Boise.
ed to
ing money.
mgs added
i the malaise,
saying th ey ’re m akin
ta m p le o f
Calling it another exai
ost $1.18 to $3.83 after
EMC lost
E very tim d you tu rn
rr around
business being forced to t i g h t e n
company said
)any talking
‘h e data storage
st
there’s another compai
la m b e r o f
fts belt, Boise Metro Chai
>
cuts
were
on
the
way
about how the quarter's
r’s not going
m ore job o
Commerce Vice Preside)
le n t S h irl
}f the
i« n rra, presbecousc of
t slump in technolowell,” said Ste{4iien Mass
Boyce said the chamberr is
i w o rk - ■
ling. The company also
1Equities.
gyspendini
ident of Pacific CimvthE
I te r m a n ing w ith th e data centc
tpects a loss of 2 cents ,
said it exp<
Tensions w ith Iraqq h av e fur*
per share: for
fo the third q u a r te r-a ‘
th e r in ten sified th e! volatility,
%
mne than expected.
inom icdata
wider dedir
with uninspiring econi
ployment.
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Maw
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sy ee s do n o t
“T h ese em ploye
deserve a pay cut,” he
1 said. And
promised, won’t
state finances, he pro
epartment from
keep the Labor Depa
ices to workers
improving its service
and employers.
“ Our agency's used
usi to tough
ind w e 're n o t
b u d g e t tim e s, and
going to let that be an excuse,"
Madsen said.
As a p a r tn e r in ec o n o m ic
Valley
developm ent, thee Magic
^
Job Service officei is already one
of t h e b e s t of i ttss Ikind in th e
co
n
ten
d
s. H e
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IdahoD joblesss rate jurimps agaain ‘Sheoe bombDer’ laugths as he pleads
Rate return!
«S to
last winter’s
r’shigh
«*V w /
A lth o ti^ no statis
' th e national ra te , and at
inform ation iiyts pr\
::nths of a point higher than\
S eptem ber was the;
a yearr ago,
a
fy the state fo r Septi
^tetnlter,
. BOISE - Id a h oo’s
’s se a s o n a lly
14th moi
nonth in a row that the curudjusiud uncmploym
jyment jum ped
rent itate
sta unem ploym ent ra te
to ta lemj)loynient
■Ith a d
■ a n o th e r tw o nn<o tc h e s
in
has exc.
xceeded the y eu r-ea rlier
k a la t
essettfially stalnlizi
Sf|>tcmbcr, returninf
img t<» the five: . level
. , ,
year fiiph of 5.5 pt
p ercitnt firs t
Allhoi
iough no statistical infor- inJlU\'
a rottnd653,000it.
m ichud last winter.
n was
. . .
mation
w provided by the state
But the Departme
tnent of Labor
forSepte
ptember, total employment
andAuffitst. It^ a s• tu u L ,
cm Friday providedII no
r dflails on
essentially s ta b iliz e d at
ram .
ta lly und BCO.
stttne levela year,
w here, econom ical!
id 653,000 in J u ly an d .
urge in orf lhe.
^
, was at that same level
firaphically, th e sufg
;t., It
utiderscoritigh(fw stt
Staffiant
j(il) workers occurred
r ago. underscoring, how
Analysts said icchni
hnical difficul<,„„onn
Idaho's^econotny ha.
an t Idaho’s cconom y has
mtJCetl.
delayed
' lies ut the national.1 level
k
The state has been cited as
-------------C(iun(y*by-county
li fo rm a tio n
y in
«ne oMh
^ e national leaders in the
economic expansion atIt the d ose
until next week. ,
e r of w orkers w ith m ore
Ition activiof the 1990s, construct!)
^ T h e escalation in unpm ployne job.
off 7.7 perty
through
June
was
ofl
iTieni came duringg a month that
cc th e y e a r beg a n , to ta l
cent.
em ent of hunsaw th e announcem
yment
has
fluctuated
from
wever, conIn Magic Valley, howc
offs in Id a h o ,
omp\oyn
d re d s m o re layoff;
of 652,400 to a high of
stniction leaped abovei yyear-earliincluding the first of th e year by
10 - every month below the
, e r levels.
state govemment as iit deals with
p
e
a
k
em
ploym
ent
of
it imongage
Statewide,
the
lowest
2001
its worst financialilcciris i.,in o v e r
10 last Dcccmber. That was
rates in decades have: oonly been
two decades.
more people on the job at
ising starts
able to keep new housi
unem ploym ent
18,000I ni
While Idaho's une
id of the year than when
le r le v e l.
n e a r th e y e a r-e a rlle
nadonal jobless
the end
rate jum ped, the nad
Commercial and other
sr nonresi"
ar began.
,
the year
ra te w as h e a d e di in
it th e o th e r
as off neardcnrial construction was
n forcing th e « a t e 's ecoto 5.6
Reinfi
direction. It fell a notch
r
ly 18 ))crcent.
ruggling econonom icc slu
! g g ish n e ss wus th e
percent us the strugj
In Twin Falls, homee building
report on construcre (lhan enough
Wells Fargo
Fs
my produced more
ird already
set a new annual recorci
b r th e first h alf of 2 0 0 2 .
payroU-cuiting
tion-for
new jobs to offset pa
this year.
driving m uch of Idaho’s
A fter dl
by businesses.
«<)
:
'
ras the 1 2 th straight month
.n'a.Th,
th e Id a h o r a te h as b e e n;•.
a yl-ar a
_________
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n
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on che Chicago Boai
loard of T ra d e
to o k a d is tu rb in g
T h u rs d a y , a n d the
For ithe past few
growers have felt for
months is waning, he
he:said.
grain industry
In addition, the gn
h a s b e e n b u ild inng
g i t s b a rle y
arly with both
export m ark e t yearl;
food an d m alt barley
rley sales picking up in Asia.
ts is h u t dow n,
**with th e p o rts
III go
th ey (b u y e rs ) will
i b ac k to
th e ir tra d itio n aill s u p p lie r ,"
Johnson said. “T hlis
is :is devastating to us."
And grain is not: the
tb only commodity a t risk.
m ore
The Gem State exponed
exp
of
than $820 million
:agricultural
W est
goods in 2 0 0 1 , mostt dirough
th
Ints. The lockCoast shipping poinb
out h a s not onlyy b ro u g h t a n
ds going
to the
abrupt hall to goods
|
IS also
clogged
Pacific Rim, it has
a
nsport system ,
the inland og transp
lg a n d clo sed
slowed processing
storage facilities to0 any
ai incoming
inventory,
ly ]p re tty seri" It’s p o ten tially
Creevy, execuous,” said Tim McGn
U.S. Dry P ea
dve director of thes U
and LwitU (VH»Ticiir
u o f the coun.
Up to 60 percent
try ’s p roduction of those comT ied th ro u g h
m o d itie s Is exporte
nd Idaho a n d
W estern p o rts, and
e primary
proWashington are the
p
ducdon areas.
on industry in
It’s a $100 million
/est w d about
the P adfic Northwest
S h u t d o v) w
th th f/x j/rs shut
'Wtth
av/Z/jv fw rkto
f h C (bityers)
'.
r traditional supplier.
, ,
if is devastatinf'fo u s.'
IhtSt.
_< 5Ite
te v c J o h a s o n , I d a h o
G r a i n P n x l u c c r ’s
A s s o c ia tio n
-----------half of that
th is in Id ^ o , McGreevy
said.
“It’si p rem ature to say we’re
losing ss^^ es. But if it goes on for
lome time, it could certainquite son
impact,” he said,
Iy haveI some
st
indusuy is hitting its peak
The in<
ng season following harshipping
rith 60 percent of the armuvest, with
a l b u ssin
ir ess o u t th e d oor by
mas, he added.
Christma
! want to see it end as soon
**Wew
sible so we can resume our
as possib
al s h ip p in g p ra c tic e s ,"
norm al
levysaid.
McGreev
to produas - mostly in the
■Potato
>f French
fries and dehyform of
1
flakes - are also sitting
d raiedI fl
<
Idled onn\West Coast docks,
h 1Esplin, executive direcKeith
to r of P
Pootato Growers of Idaho,
le port shutdown is m ore
said the
to immediately affect the
likely .to
Oregonn aand W ashington industries.
”Bui: it could impact us if we
n _____________
lose sales overseas," he*said.
s
le shipped
Product that can't be
ipete w ith
would inevitably comp<
tic market,
product in the domestic
h e biggest
and Idaho is "by far tht
>untry,” he
dehy industry in the coui
said.
iu stiy has
In addition, the indu
uilding an
painstakingly been bui
expon market for fresh1 ppotatoes.
j r t of th e
" It’s a grow ing par
I’t want to
industry, and you don’t
show customers you’re: aan unreliuud.
able supplier,” Esplin sai
utive vice
Sara Braasch, execut
p re sid e n t o f th e Idahi
ho C a ttle
Association, agreed.
Exports are vital to IU.S. agriculture, and Asian mark'
major part of that dem:
said. Ten percent of all \
production is exponed,, aand more
<ported to
than h alf of that is exp
jee f prodAsia. U.S. beef and be
ucts s h ip p e d to A siaa In 2 0 0 1
b illio n in
ac c o u n te d fo r $2.4 bi
sales.
nd delays
T hreatened sales an<
are disturbing in any bbusiness,
but m any agriculturalI iproducts
jn a l chala r e facing an addition
lesaid
lenge In this lockout, she
!cause it’s
"It’s pretty scary beci
perishable," she said. “We urge
late attenthe president’s immediai
?e can get
tion to the strike so we
trade going" •
loncem.
Johnson echoed the cot
eal dose,"
“We’re watching it rea
h e sa id . “ H opefully w e’ll g e t
,
some movement soon."
jtliner
Ity to tr^:in g to bleow up jet
^ U lll
N (AP) - Richard R eid .
’uilty Friday, laughing
pleaded gui
Flitted he tried to. blow
as he admiti
u p a l r a n sis-Atlantic
-i
flight w ith
Rk:hard Field pleadedI guilty
g
Friday lo trying to blow
explosivess 1hidden in his shoes,
up a jetliner with bombs
» in his shoes. Federal proseleclared hlnisclf a folHe also dec
)si[nra'bin Laden,
cutors told Ihe judge they
th would recommend a
lower of Os3
lily I got on th e plane
prison sentence of 60I yeaiB
yi
to life. Sentendng was
mb. Basically I tried to
u t for Jan. 6 .
'e n i i e it.. B
i asically, y e a h , I
Reid
R
eid
pleaded
guilty
tc
to
eight
c h a rg es:
to damage the plane,"
intended'to
ce with
Reid Mid in court, laughing.
^ Atlempted'use of aI weapon
w
■ ' ► Inteiference
v flight crew
He saidI hhe did not recognize
nts (tvra
counts)
of m ass destruction
and attendants
<
the America
ican justice system but
destruction of an
► Attempted hom ldde’
e•
►AttemptedI de:
la t he com m itted th e
agreed that
/e device
aircraft
► Pladng an explosive
ned in th e indictm ent
acts outline'
astructive device
on an aircraft
► Using a destr
m.
against him.
ne of
year-old British citizen
during a crime
c violence
The 29-yci
►Attempted murder
«d of trying to m urder
was accused
ingers and crew mem197 passeng
AP
^ U n C E ; Assodalod P tms
t>ard th e A m e ric a n
b e rs nboai
lom b m a k e r," a n d
ith federal-Q a id a bom
prison, bl accordance witi;
light in December. He
Airlines flig!
have said they found
al guidelines. His sentend
idng was
authorities hav
led by passengers after
was subdueci
set for Jan. 8 .
unidentifiedd hhum an hair and a
lendant saw him trying
a flight atter
>ntithe explosives.
U .S . A tto rn e y
M ichael
palm print on
to light a fuse
fu 5 sticking out of his
’routy, special agent
day that
Charles Prou
Sullivan re ite ra te d Fridt
and ihe Paris-to-Mlami
sneakers, an
3f tth e FBI office in
th e g overnm ent did not
ot m ake
in c h a rg e of
to Boston.
flight was diverted
di'
a n y c o n c e s s io n s to R
R<e id in
Boston, saidd irin v estig ato rs now
[n court•t F
I riday, w hen U.S.
>find
exchange
for
his
plea.
are
trying
to
fin out who helped
[ii<lge William Y oung
D istrict Ji»l
**The fa n that Richard R
Reid has
Reid.
m why h e p le a d e d
a sk e d him
no t th e e n d of th e
chosen to plead guilty in1 no
i woy
“T h is is not
Id replied: “Because I
guilty, Reid
n," Prouty said after
lich were
investigation,”
mitigates his actions, whic
it 1I’ve done. ... A t th e
know what
:ea.
th o se of an al-Q aida ter
erro rlst,
the guilty plea.
le day I know t h a t I
end of the
em pt to blow up the
Ul said.
Reid’s aitemi
plain and simple,” Sullivan
ictions.”
done the acti
iree months after the
As part of th e plea. Re
le ld had
plane just three
eaded guilty to eight
Reid plea
tta c k s r a tt l e d an
S e p t. 11 aitta
asked the ju d g e to remlove
o any
c h a rg es: a ttte m p te d u se o f a
cy
m
ention
of
his
alleged
li
links
to
already
shaky
flflying public,
j{ m ass d e s tru c tio n ;
w eapon of
luthorities had been
Ictm ent,
F ederal auth
al-Q aida from th e indlci
attem ptedI hhomicide; placing an
p re p a rin g fo r a h ig h -p ro file ,
but Young refused.
device on an aircraft;
explosive de
“ I d o n ’t c a r e ,” R e;ld
k said
tlghi-securityy trtrial, where Reid’s
two counts of
attemptedI murder;
m
to the al-Qaida tert
Fridoy. “Pm a follower of
if Osama
alleged linkss to
ce with flight crew and
interference
bin Laden. Pm an' enemyy of
< your
rorism netwwork
or would be pre;
s; attem pted destrucattendants;
R eid sturm ed theiii
country and I don’t care.””
sented. But Re
and using a
tion of anI aircraft;
ai
he wanted to plead
*d co u rt
when he saidd he
P ro se c u to rs h ad filed
ivc
d e s tru c tiv
e d ev ic e d u rin g a
old th e publicity of
documents late Thursday
ly saying
guilty to avoid
iolence.
crime of viol<
affect it would have
th e al-Q aida-allegation!
ns w ere
trial and the!aff
A ni nt h1 c h a rg e , a tte m p te d
}S “w ith
on his family,
s u p p o rted by w itnesses
wrecking of a mass trunsportajudge asked Reid he
When the jud
p erso n al know ledge off R
: eid’s
le, a charge filed under
tion vehicle,
ed w ith his lawyers
p re sen ce a t al-Q aida tn
train in g
had consulted
USA P atriot A ct, was
th e new US
u llty plea and if he
Iting
d
rab
o u t his g uilt
cam
ps"
and
“corroborati:
by the judge in June.
tossed out by
R e id re p lie d : “I
u n d e rs to o d1,, B
cum stantial evidence."
prosecutors told the
F ederal. pi
nize y our system so
T h e FBI b e lie v e s R eeiid h ad
don’t recogruzc
recommend a
judge theyy would
v
satisfied?"
'rom “an
how can I Iw•sat
help m aking th e bomb frc
sentence of 60 years to life in
Shoe bomberr pleads guilty
: ■
i
r S ^ o t)therassaila]
a n t a t t a c k s (G r e y h o u n idd d r i v e r :
____
L .O m p a i
any asks for
,
/for security
m onev i
S (A
DALLAS
I P) - G reyhound
Lines_Inc. says
saj it has stepped up
ver the past year, but
secunty oyei
le ra l m oney to ta k e
n e e d s feder
essive
m easures afte r
m ore aggres
5
<s on boa^d its buses
two attacks
this week.
ion’s largest intercity
The nation
ny says since the Sept.
bus company
it has hired
o
terronstt attacks,
security guards and
additional, s<
andom checks of pasconducts ran
se n g e rs annd
d luggage on som e
tt G
ro u tes. But
I reyhound says it
noney to install emerlacks the moi
munications systems or
gency commu
p u t su rv clilla
ill n ce ca m e ra s on
buses.
T he issuu e of b us s e c u rity
sw attention after indreceived new
week
^CntS tWS W
C aboard buses in
ohio and Cali
alifomia.
ay , passe n g ers on a
id b us in O hio subin who threw him self.
ri v e r a n d s t e e r i n g
o n t h e driv
in a p p a ren t a tte m p t
he bus. On M onday,
in g e rs d ie d w h e n a
d b us c ra s h e d n e a r
'a l i f . , a f t e r a m a n
stab b ed th e driv er withh a pair
of scissors.
T he atta c k s occurredI alm
t ost
assenger
exactly a year after a pas:
snnessee
oon a Greyhound bus in Ten
at,
causslashed
the
driver’s
throat
si
■en.
>Ing
* a crash that killed sever
Although none of th e attacks
a
,
rr
aa p p e ar to b e acts of te rrorism
ess have
some members of Congres
3uld tarw arned that terrorists cou
ity. mea6get buses because security
tiffened
sures
a t a irp o n s w ere stil
si
last year.
lan Kim
Greyhound spokeswoma
is-based
P la sk ett said th e Dallas$5
ca rrie r has spent m ore than
tli
iecurity
m illio n on im p ro v ed sei
tr
:ks. The
since
th
e
S
ept.
11
attack:
si
company
has added moree securi:
ci
nu m b er
ty g u a rd s - a n e x a c t nu
id u s e s
w a s n 't a v a ila b le - and
metal-detecting
wands to0 isearch
nuggage,
som
si e p assengers and lu{
she
si said.
re done
T he random checks are
on all passengers aboard1220 per.'33 locacent of the bus runs from'3
iyhound
tions,
P laskett said. Greyl
ti
hnas 1 1 1 company-ownedd term iral frannals
n: and 1,600 mosUy rura
chise
locations.
cl
lal-posiG reyhound lacks globa
‘ack th e
tioning
technology to tra<
ti
ior does
-exact
locadon of buses, no
‘e:
^
rgency radio system^
it have emerger
jcoUy link buses witi)
that automatical
t the
local police 3at
d touch of a but^
ton. Instead,, itit has
I given drivers
m ed w ith
cell p hones; program
pr
lumbers.
emergency numl
s hh<
ere is having the
"The issue
our security
resources to expand
exi
la s k e tt said , “ i f
s y s te m s ,” PPla
Greyhound [lad
had to do that on its
lid b e cost-prohibi.ow n, it would
tive.”
d earn
Greyhound
ei ed $ 2 million
lion in revenue last
on $ 1 .0 2 billion
ladian parent compayear. Its Canadii
ny, Laidlaw [nc..
Inc., Is in bankruptcy
in.
reorganization,
i has
Greyhound
ha supponed legisIgress that would prolation in Congre:
iQlion in grants over
vide $385 millic
or bus
two y ears for
I o p erato rs to
urity measures. The
improve securit
commitlegislation passed.key
pas:
louse and Senate but
tees in the Hous
id o p p o sitio n from
s ta lle d am id
iblicans.
•
Senate Republic
Congress las
hasinduded $15 mifntl-terrorism bill to
lion in an antie rrcd ty bus security,
im prove in te
ith $3.85
bilUon allocompared with
:
cated for aviatio
T he Transpo;
sp o rtatio n S ecurity
on hasn’t
yet d is^ b Administration
I
)ney to th e nation’s
u ted th e mone:
npanies.
4,000 bus compa
,
m
M
f l
U
M
■
------------buy is on a ship. T hat’i
do,” he6 ssaid.
am
affect us," he said. “I ^ai m ore
u«nce, 20 perO ne oolf h e co m p an ies using
According to Florer
worried about our supplie
is Kimberly Seed
Apex’s services
se
cent of all U.S. beeff and
ai pork a re
A ssorted milk powder
berly. Peggie Wade, office
m W
in Kimbei
1
exported, most from
' est Coast
out can be warehousedII :and are
e r , said the lockout Isn’t
manager,
ports. ■*
^elf-steady, he said.
tly affecting the company
currently
“O ur p e rc e n ta g}e
e is
i a c tu a lly
“I tiiink very soon it’ll s
directly, but
I it is causing discomhigher. In excess of>f 30
ii percent,"
on the stuff coming in,”
fort for' customers.
cu
he said.
;;? to p iii
adding that the effects of
’re not really afraid of los­
t
e ’s h e a r in g
"We’re
F lo re n c e s a id hhe'
shipments
going out will
es. It’s already been paid
[
laily w ho a r e
ing sales,
from custom ers dail
couple of weeks.
It ]I’m worried about our
|
le la y e d s h ip for, but
concerned o v e r deli
.m petitor
Davis’ cross-valley, con
iers."
custcmen
ments.
tiv e vice
_
J e f f W illiam s, executi'
e said
the company’s cusWade
s
“T hey d e p e n d on im p o rte d
p
re
s
id
e
n
t
of
G
lanbia
C
innot get th a t
tomers are
ai in their planting seaproduct. If they cann
how ever', is m ore coni
id si ^ shipments are cruve to
son, and
from us, they’ll have
i go somearing held separately
;
"A bail heariii
wife,
should continue to wait
w for
w ith s ta lle d shipm ent:
G arden bea n se e d for
c ia l. Ga
Its going
LOS AN
ANGELES (A P) V
where else."
iminary hearing will
'
from a prelimir
out.
a bail hearing.
lo b en Blake an immeGranting Rot
es lo s s e s a r e
A u s irai lliia and pea se e d fo r
S h o rt'te rm s ales
y of
^
tend the
involve many
ol the same issues
Blake’s attorneys contei
“Our shipments of lact
ictose are
d iate bait hearing
he
mala
arc
stalled
at
West
would w aste
lid,
a
n
d
w
ith
G
uatem
a
in e v ita b le , h e said,
lin
ary
h
e
a
rin
g
an
d
>
■year-old
a
s
a
p
re
lim
in
s
delay
Is keeping the 69-y<
loney, prosecutors said
d
being affected,” Williams
ns said.'
time and mor
eding $15 milC oast pi o rts. In a d d itio n ,
monthly sales exceedi)
S
om helpwould result; in needless dupU aformer
“Baretta” star fron
dam . The Netherlands, is
G lanbia norm ally si
sh ip s 18
Friday In ar{
arguing for a delay of
fi
over a longRotlerdai
. linn, he is concerned <
ther delay," the pros^
nse. But
tion and further
ing
loads. 44,000 pounds each
ing for bean and pea seed,
for the actor,
ii them in th e ir defens
ich, a day.
more than a month
i
n. both
for his
clamoring
term port shutdown,
\
ild Greg
ecutors said.
prosecutors
P at Dixon ant
With th e value of eachh load a t
who is accuse
ised of killing his wife.
p
eco"We are
ar< getting faxes from cuscompany and th e country’s
coi
ryer
H
arland
B
raun
^
B
should
Blake
lawyer
Dohi
said
a
ball
hearing
:
costs can
The filing
$8,000 to $9,000, the co
day wanting more,"
lg Iby the district attorI
tomers evcry
ev
nomic well-being.
laying th e bail issue
g
disagreed, sayii
be
1 preIce re s p o n d e d to a
b combined with a Nov.’. 13
srack up, he said.
n e y ’s offlcc
d. It’s our busy peak right
she said.
“Thi.*: will have a huge
hu economdded_on_the_basis:of____ v
Lll.deter;:___ could.be.dedde
—liminary-hearing.that.will
11
-Supreme-Couit-order----md) we can’t even book a ----------- l-‘lt’s no lost sales, we-jt
-just can’t ------Califomia-Si
:o u n try ,— h e -----now, (anc
--------- ic-effect-on-our-cou
ions with no need to
k
hould go
w rinen motions
mine
whether the case she
hy Bloke, jailed since
n
container
ier.“
g e t th e shipm ent out,
t, so i t ’s
to show why
said. ‘'A nd ii seemss to
tc b e a very
call witnesses.
=sI
to
i< tria l
delayed sales, delayedI iinvoices
April 18 onfl ccharges of killing “his
facility manager
rurrent admin- ‘ Pferryy Knopp,
I<
low priority of th e cun
and delayed payments.”
edia."
o f the Ge
General Mills elevator in
H
istration and the medii
h a s th e sam e pro b lem :
Williams said 90 percer
B liss, ha
ent of the
r
F lo ren ce s a id hiee iis s h iftin g
lules and does
nowhere
re ito go with product.
company’s lactose produ
iuction
workers and schedule
’ve got som e (ra il) ca rs
exported to the Far East.
<
layoffs at th e
“W e’»«
t. Glanbia
H A l 7
;
nol anticipate any la)
n e a r the
[le port and some here; I
has not cut back on produ
duction ■
r
Twin Falls plant. •
now how fast th e y ’ll be
ies, we’ll have
d o n ’t no'
th e byproduct but is in^
"But if it continues,
ts," he said.
unloaded
ed. It’s taking up v o u n d
extra storage cost for the
^
longer-lasting effects,"
he stalled
nager of Apex
space,”' h e said. “The railroads
shipments.
Randy Ford, manag
lick
a n di lilin k to : .;.J: .
W W \
share’s . h a v e ^lut
u t down movement.”
“At least we’re not in thesitua.
tl
C ontainer In Twin Falls,
Fa
Accord!
rding to Knopp. the locktion where we have to sh«
ilu t down
'
Florence’s concern.
:o u ld n ’t have.com e a t a
lown consider- . down coi
j j p of th e W eek
production; that wouldI tbe huge
“WeVe slowed dow
ime.
!*re ottly going. worse tim
ably," he said. ’‘We're
costs,” he said.
hy D iana RoUg
a third th e speed wee usually
u:
do.” .
“It’s a tough
i
time of year (for
The, m ost frustratingg compoS j^ * fb a s
i
d h1: au le r, th e
the shutdi
An over>the*road
itdpwn),” he said. “A lot of
n e n t o f th e p o rt shu
lU td o w n ,
A W a w 'T
4 W y i ITT i m l Service. Inc. (
com pany speclalltea
te s in oceangrain iss being
b
priced and needs
according to Williams,, iis " it is
and norm ally
to move,
i lot of people are lookisoaM^^igDiilltS^___
going c o n ta in e rs am
e. A
totally out of our control"
L"
_
Carift
Inefs going to
'ing for alternatives
alt
to market the
1 0 to 2 0 dJntalne
Williams said the 66 mp
ipany has
the coast doily.
g ra in . N«
No dem a n d d e te rs th e
.tried to g e t shipm en
an ts o u t
yard is
price acco
zcordingly.”
’'R ight IMW. m y whole
wh
through o th e r ports, el
although
. .
full of containers just
list waiting to
H e adc
idded th a t g ra in p rice s
that would raise costs, but
bi other
dropped
d '22 0 cents a bushel in the • ports aren’t accepting any
ny rerout' go,"hesaid.
E & lm U T .........
ialingw ldithe . pastfew«doys.
d
FonfS crew is dealli
ed product, d t l ii g l a ^ of capad-'
f |Q g j |H f i
lg ai few days • Jon Dai
Savis, manager of Jerome
slowdown by taking
.ty.- .............
■ •
—
J OSUM
C h e e s ae !in J e r o m e r s a id 'h e 'ls —
-----^ “Hopefully it's not gob:
dng to g o ----otf, but.tfaat o f f m 1no
nc long-term
m ore con
loncem ed with supplies
on mudi lo n ^ ," be sud.
Knopp echoed that sent
ntlm ent
«T
.
"Wa w ant to move som e
- .............
-A .
i|ta £ ^ a n iiw e d ie o tla a n
im ii i: - h e said. “IliOR<
p>'iiome.
........ ..
-Oalbw
Itoc aJTCfUalai b w n a w ia wK - T S W ia - ■ "V
. in S S lS
lent m an ingredient we
iCling breaks lose here aoo
aoa"
I
’
CoRtkNwdftamOl
ul hearing
Prosec
xutors argue: to
t delay RobDert Blake bail
vw.magicvall
illey.com cik Travel
ip
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t.
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^ S l n g t f i w i e O TIcTHymnii
I
PageiE3
P
T h e T i m c s - N [ee iw s
W^ile he was raking;
ngtommionsot
n Ms
dollars, investors in
( H eritage
USA them e park in South
So
Carolina
were being sold a bill
liU ot goods. In
1989, Bakker was convii
n v ic te J o ff^
erved
B
ve< ® 4
and conspiracy; he serv
again,
in prison. Now he’s Starting
st*
ssuring the p u ^
only this dme he’s assui
d his
lie (hat he has learned
h lesson.
But danger lurks in the glare o f
of mine
television ^ t s . As ai frieifd
£r
Bakker*s
wrote when he read about
ab
demanding misreturn: “Fame is a den
------------------1
T(
T
M
^ H S
o m
ch
h /a e f e r
------------um.
tress; a dam ning idola
olatry; a dead.
e n d . A nd th e TV can
cam era is th e
swiftest, surest and mo
most enslaving
road to fame.”
,
J
Fame has a way ofr tuming
tu
lieads,
H er charms can be show
and quite effective. Am
succumb can .end upI on a dead-end
road of broken dreams.
F am e introduces hhee r s e i f a t a n
early age. The need tojlK
b<p o p u la r-a
h a n d m a id e n of fam
n e - s ta rts in
school While it can brinj
ring out the best
in human behavicff, it als
also can degen.
erate into the worst. Tht
The Columbine
massacre was a perverte
ated attempt to
achieve fame for two teenagers.
tee
Any
d u d e d l^ b e i.
recognition, they conduc
ler than none.
W ealth and power• - the
i elixir of
driven to reach
fame - tempt mose dri>
th e top of the ca reesrr 1ladder. And
those \^4io matfo it will
o
ill often
do any*
thing to hang on. Offidi
Sdals at Enron
lit to
and WorldCom sought
t legitindze
unscrumitous bookkeepi
and advance the bottom
lo m S n e ^ d ie r
than admit that their success
sue
was an
illusion.
The desire to achiev<
ieve fame can
ta k e ev e n m ore twist*
isted , though
seemingly innocent, turn
urns. “Reality”
television shows - “Survi
Lirvivor,” “Fear
F actor,” “Big B rother,'
Dog,” to name a few - 1
pants seeking their mom
by doing what few would
uld do. It’s pop
culture’s deHnition of fan
ratings go south.
Even those not in the
personal fame have Sthef e S p e 'S J
js sip a feu tth e
ouUets. Soaking up gossi;
le way
to bask.
rich and famous is one
v
elebnty status
vicariously in their celel
s’s own
without revealing one’s
< sins of
e i w and covetousness.
Tne quest for fame is a s o ld a s th e
ce God;
eat the
Garden of E dea Be like
(
behavior set a
forbidden fruit. H ie beh
id that
is still
course for hum ankind
i
reaping the ^^Mrlwind.
T ^ English poet T. S. Eliot once
•said th a t our unconsci
scious habits
shape our souls and font
v m our ima^;
nations more decisively
t
ly than
all our
;
efforts to attain some
i easure of
le m
^
h i ^ culture. Tliose of us
Vhosaythat
isw
w
feuh has reshaped us need
net to examS
ine how reshaped we tru
truly are, con^
sidering how perverse
« cour culture
has become and how easOy
eas it influencesus.
W hat seems m ore and
and more evident is that in m udi of coi
c o n te m w ^
" Christianity; and in'othe
ither faiths as
w ell, too few lives( have
h
been
reshaped in God-pleasing
dog ways. Too
much .stress Is placed^on
on achieving
personal happinra andi ssiu c c « - ^
buQding
of fame **
tie on the true m esnge of I
' Flip through this televi
n e ts o f p re a c h e rs and
nd n o te how
qtjickW pm onal happine
cess becom e th e foot
ocus o f th e
' Christian wix«agi>_ Tlien
stppwatdi and %valt for rei
• the .truly God-pleasing Ui
serviOB, betting the burde
laying down one's life■foranothar.
fo
. I b e vndt c m be endless.
IttBfs because ihme^■Uabotttidt.
is
^orificadon; faith Iss aab o u t *«lf-
Church newJs.................E2
.
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C ^ l c s ...........
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Coriimunlty . . .
S c c tio n E
S a t u ir
n d a y , O c t o b e r 5 , 20C
002
Bewaare
thede:ssire ^
for farm e
It was an innocuow
J im B ak k er announi
would begin a new television
tel
ministry in Branson, Mo.
Ao. Rem em ber
B akjt/r? He and his
i
is form
er wife,
TSmmy Faye, were stai
starsoftheP T L
n the
t ^ v W o n program in
tl 1970s and
until success gaini
upper
Insd
3IDE
\REI:.iG]ION
S o m e lik e th e m ,so
, me '
d o n ’t
!t Jercome’:sma]kespD l a n s !to buiiid
eThomaiRMle
p
p
s
y
- i . ':
O M E ^ ^ ^ ^ t / j e r o m e ’s ■
C a S ic
c ' Community is bursting
uhs of the little chapel on
n an and S ^ o n d Avenue
standing-room ^n ly crowd
tday-m om ing M ass often
ut the front doop and onto
dew alk. F a th e r R onald
le, St. Jerome’s priest, said
lized a larger church was
I when he saw parishioners
" “ i " 8 bn the lawn outside the
trying to hear the service
>yweekend, St. Jerom e’s is
™ ‘ '“<
off its official capital
kick in g ■
cam paign,
fu n d -raa uisitig
th e r, We B uild G od's
“Togeth<
m,” with plans to build a
Kingdom,
d
irship center and campus,
new worst
erome’s has been part of
St. Jerc
since 1911, when seven
Jerom ei si
Above, th a |>ltiuMd»onhlp<
Ip canter and campus for St. isr
isrome'a Catiielle Cofflmmnji
ty li
Is a SSHBilllon prom ­
ic Ifamilies gathered In a
Catholic
■oma’s ara savlnf this 85-ysar-»
ir-oM Austrian p int and daslptin
pting tbelr new buildings aroundJH.
H
)uilding w hich cost S700 .' 8«lo w ,in em b « raa t8 t Jtrni
sm all bui
and seate
ated 40 people. The cur■■■"1
rentchure
urch was built In 1951 and
Ocioberflesta
dicated to 65 families at a
w
$85,000. It seats 350 peoWhen:
St. Jerome's CatMIc
e parish hall was built In
cChurch pertsh hail
w
WiMKSraO
to 10 p.m. OcLl 2
id later expanded. It hous.
'
w
What German ar>d Spanish food,
es office
ce space, classroom s, a
Aj
ItiNe music, beer ganien, silmt au
kitchen,I, storage
s
and a gymnasi*
M
Uon with TV. DVDplayer, bike.
K
P
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In light
Pitteeeda:
For new church
h t of shifting populations
w ith theii
B jiu f
nTlcfcets: $ 8 adults. S4 children.
leir growing num bers of
Hispanic
$25 rantlly
ic ipeople in the West and
Uon;
the growtl
MTth of lay partidpation in
uie d iurch,
id the diocese asked St.
Call 324^794 ’
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's in 1997 to plan a larger
As phases are completedI and
t
a n d w orship c e n te r. A
p,.
flnandng is available, each^ r
plan was drafted, and a
phase w ^ begin.
f parish-wide consultation
m
jswere held.
M ore th an 250 parishion ers
from
ha> m et with architects fr
have
550 families now call St.
CH
CHSQA
of Boise. The entire acom»’s hom e. A ccording to
plan.
igures from the Glenmary
munity was involved in 10 pi
nin m eetings covering top
opics
ning
:h Center, that translates
like where to place the baptist
ismal
like
re than 3,500 Catholics in
ating.
fonts and how to arrange sead
County. TTie figures, comed-costofphasells$3,200,
X),000.
ings and equipi
lipment. Its estimated
Th<
lehi^
The resulting plans blend the
I
the year 2 0 0 0 , represent
(
P d e d m th
P hase n is th e renova
},000
tor;
tration of
cost is S1 3 W.
0(
a DO perce:
lurch
tory and artifacts of the chu
-cent increase lit the numwitith th e fu tu re hopes a n d
w
Ito a day
Phase IVisisthe completion of
ferome
County Catholics
ith e existing church into
b*** of Je
r
chapel and resource centi
to the wordre
nter, and
office space adjacent
ad
dreams
of the congregation. —
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d i ^ t hh e past 1 0 years.'
co
T he c u r re n t church and
m jo in e d
ship center, at in estimated cost
id its
ilanned church expansion
( m p letio n o f th e con.
The plai
<
of $444,000
Incorsstai
ta in e d -^ s s windows are im
sd into
ispace w ilh th e worshipp center.
is divided
i five phases.
s site
por
stim ated
Phase V is
s improvements,
Phase
n will cost a n esti
porated toto building dans. ASSA
! I Iis a 13,7004quare-foot
1
Phase
ndscapin^ paving for
yea
year-old A ustrian pine tree
induding landi
with furnishings,
worship>center
a
e e is
i$368,000.
Phase i n is the expansi
ision and
p ark in g ,
i u ltip le -v e h ic le
dings
m
als(
also being saved, with bulldli
, stained-glass windows, a
id plazas
at the north
beL
ish hall,
entrances and
{
baptismal
I
al font,
shrines and a famtre n o v atio n of th e parisi
being arranged around i t
ii g th e
ily room.
I will seat 700 people.
if the
ntrances
to the worJ;
Jane
Ledbetter, co-chair of
i
I. It
\w hich in v o lv es re ta inlin
and south en
a
ai
- att an estimated co st' chu
a
ship c e n te r-a
Also indue
church’s capital campaign comcc
Juded is more than 3,000
cexisting gymnasium and adding
square fee
mit
:n classof$376,000<
nsen:eet of gathering space at
rm o d ern k itc h e n , seven
mittee. said there was a cons
the entrarn
St. Jeromle’s
e’s owns the e n tire
etain
sus
ance of the church, office
rrooms, a banquet room,1, ire trea t
sus among th e people to ren
space and
i
support,
storage and newVffurnishthe
block.
id restrooms.
The estimats
the current chapd becauseI “we
“
“
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■r
l
J
gro u n d .” R alph
fe e l it is holy gro
m paign co-chair,
May, also a campi
l i l i e ^ n Je ro m e
said o ld e r familii
lue <
of not tearing
learned th e value
Ings ju st to build
down old buildings
new ones «dien dM
die oldNorthskla
Inn was demoUshec
ihed and th e cbmm unity lost a beaui
eaudful historical:
structure.
The new cfaurdi:
rdi is earpecte d to*
benefit th e d t yf of Jeromot with lo u p k itc h e n a t .
S t. J e r o m e 's aou]
noon
on
Moi
M ondaya
an d
Wednesdays in tbe diuTui p a n Ml
blood drives and
^**dl, the church1bio
its im migrationI sei
services clinics.
S t. J e r o m e ’s alsc
also o ff e rs f r e e
paiadon services,
income-tax prepan
Lng acdvitiea and.
sponsors Scoudng
is av a ila b le foirr w addings an d
baptisms,
Theresa May.’. pt
pastoral aaaod*
a t e a t t h e c h u r ^ ssaid
i
th e dxurch
holds four services
ices on Sundays,
tw o in S p an ish
sh a n d tw o in
E n g lis h , a n d ddraw
ra s m e m b f r r
gt 1L in co ln a n d
fro m G oodingt
Jerom e counties,
s.
R alph M ay said
laid S t. Jerome**'
-plans to b re a k g r
and hopes to h di dfi i M
S
newly comidetad m
on Easter Sunday.
S . i>S r i f u . M O ?
The dnirch is. see
seeking d ir e ^ to.
five-year pledges
is to h ^ p finance'
th e b u ild in g proji
ro jec t. To d a te ,
pledges total $ ^ 0,010,500.
10
To m ake a conn
ontribution, call 324-8794.
EisS Conm m union tocogethen A]powerful flfirst Step 9
Bu
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mHart
tw> cofTwpondent_______
From left, the
LEY - T h re e B urley
BUR LE
Rev. Al
c h u rc h e!ss 'will join together on
S unday for
fc w orship, food and
lion.
Their
pastors
call
it
a
communioi
setting aside thestep>toward
tc
oiogical differences
dii
and recogniz; each holds in common,
ingw hates
artidpating churches are
The part
irs t C hristian C hurch '
B urley F
Fii
le s of C h rist), B urley
(D isciples
U n ited M<ethodist C hurch and
irst Presbyterian Church.
Burley Firs
is set for World
The jointt venture
v
Communioi
lion Day, und sanctioned
lational ecumenical orgaby th e nati
n iza tio n1 C h u rch e s U nitli\g In
Christ. The
rhe mission statem ent is
“UhitedininChrist for His Gloryl”
S u zie M cC all, a m em b er of
F irst Chrij
irisUan, is on th e CUIC
Steering Committee.
Cc
church will provide com“E achch
m u n io n le
1<a d e rs ,” e x p la in e d
M c C a lL!^^e re _ a re . minor differ------------------- eonMir/tMTia
Traehiel,
ences in. how
hi each church body
Judy Mortan
mmtT
-------- r-i
in d u d e living
nmunion, but we can set
n
Q au
expressing uni
those aside,
and Cindy
de. They’re not a barrier,
Worid
Communion
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co
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b
a
tin
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ra
We ju st wa
want to praise the Lord’s
McWilliams
WffMfi: 6 p.m. Sunday
share a commi
nam etogetl
lether."
bans a banWhMW Burtey United MethodI:
>dlst
shipping and wi
A tS imnday’s
di
com m union sernertopubllChurch
one in the body
e r e w ill b e b cu p an d
clzethftecuirt and
The Rev. B a
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each communion table,
' ng: Meat, salad or dessert
JS ,
tableaetvlce
ae v e la n d , is C
menlcal
leone appointed to serve
Mora
Womiatton: Call 676-2]
'2164 or
tor. She was th<
ents. Nondenominational
'
D ndsem usic
ud aad a pbtluck meal
, 678-2462.
tor o f th e 137*:
Communlon
I
A m erican
wiilfoliow.
Daygatharing
to a a n . of Burley U n i t ^ -----— ^ Nlne-church-groups off
imoKIng
It, dieslgned a banner for
fo rm e d C h u rch e s U n itl
three churcht, and unity McWilliams
C h ris t o n J a n . 20 of |h ls
sred the lettering. .
C
esinthe
rill begin with comnu*
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thBd 22 m illion Protester
a n t and
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Burlsy araa.
»T
United
TliM logiad Sei
niri«riTt« jp ^t)i»
id die Rev. Al I^ad u d ,
A
Afrimn — author of “Leai
[ the.Sbthodist church. —- StataiL
St
M embers are the A
Church
Tradition
Idem
iUfbUoWwidiavranhip
U
M tfthbdist E p isc o p a l Ch
adpoduckmeaL"
A
oalZiTO . and is vice prei
AMcaiD Madiodlst E p isam
d that
getting churches
Cih u rch . C h rlid p n Sfurc”
m
C
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to co m e to
tc fe tn e r Uke th li is
(I
C hrist),
OnBchas. ^__
n g m ore closely in
It. steering committee
b
:il
of
^
members
Im portant.
luuty in C hrist and
U a » Draptragtaadr—— C
ueghes. ' ■ m m m irteej
ra cism . M em bers
p o s iib ilitl
Md to knc^.eadi other.
P /e i b y te r i a n C&urch ( ^ A ) ,
imon
1s t an d
diracrioi, they
i vision of worlie bdterers in tlia comn lio 'n sllia
U n ite d C h u rc h o f C hris
working together as
ittd tibis would proride
U idted Bfothodlst Churdi
<*. m e
•“«
duties fbr our mffe^ent
£ivanjidlpd LflthwT* Chu
■urcliln
w f l l ^ b u t t hdyp of Jesus Christ.
E
Bertrice
Y. Wood, of
c u ic a a
m union m ay b.
r
a a iyi^ Bid i -.;;.A
Ai m ^ B a li> * )i* » w ith Ct
s CUIC’s
first direcning of a n ew
.:
a g rtfla r^ n rtW o n and dia
"®1
tbe first woman pasq iin t in Burley.
T h e . o tg a n ls a d o n ’a ^ 5 a l a
)7*year-oId AfricanM t.
Z ion
lal United Church of
le v e la n d an d h as
P acific S chool o f
I
r--!tcns. r
iH S ^
—denial. F t o e U e ntidn
dcoiandixi& To dwoae fati
m T o live it is hard.
<- ^NoCdlcmingsforrBcoi
Dcoeddodire
n d But bey can, if vneDao
'us do«m dangerous roads. 7 ^
ftto e c in - b e a c r o d q to
d dS S £ t n 3 '
di^oovor a God of Mcond
r e n n e ooune. Now he n
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Archibald the Asparagus, In the nrola of the prophet Jonah, arrivi
irrivts in Joppa
iboard his cafflsl, Ri|lnald, to del
Mhraf bis messags In this Ksm
cons from ‘Jonah,’
I foaturMength animated film frw
f m Big Idea ProducUons.
‘Veggie Tallles’ studio(takes
t
big gam ble'w ith first nmovie
accent by Big Idea
.
. .
dea founder Phil
■ly Richard N.OttlIng
Vischer) in tiie titie
titi. role, along“he Aaaeclatad Press________
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side Bob th e Toma
imato, Lairy the
■ The star is an asparagus.. His
Cucum ber and oth
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others from Big
nd a
Idea’s improbable
lie garden
g
of ani■luddies indude a tomato and
ured
m a te d fr u its and
ind v e g e ta b le s,
■ucumber. And they’re featur
ilical
(“No vegetables were
we: harm ed in
Hn a movie based oh the bibli<
I
got
th
e
malting
of
tiiis
fi
lis film,” viewers
ale of Jonah, the guy who g
| wallowed
|'
a re assured.)
by a whale.
MW
- hat’s th e big idea? At B
Big
Mom, Dad, and o
lies’ targ e t ages
Idds’
above VeggieTales
dea Productions, it’s that kit
chilof 3 -8 w illbeam use
used
4 by loiowing
intertainm ent can teach ch
ces: “Jaw s” and
ir^ .
cultuitd references:
Iren a tiling or two about mora
ahu
-abia” sneak into
ssttill
“Lawrence of Arabii
y
and
re
lm
o
u
s
faith
yet
•r!i«g ^ a beUy laugh or two.
the film, as do aI pop
po singer and
:rom
a u d io ta p e s by a m
a o tiv a tio n a l
T ne indei^ndent studio fre
speaker (“You are
ire |powerful and
ubu rb a n Chicago Is aboutIt to
run ftom
iegoattractive. You do not
i
Ind out if malnsffeam movie{
feayour problems.”)>
rsg audiences a ^ . Its first fe
I silly ditties a n d ------u re -le n g th film , “Jo n ah - a ----- There are also siU
this
goofy gags. W hen
en th e p rophet
^ eg g ie'^ e s Movie,” opens ri
own to p re a c h
J o n a h e n te r s towi
ilion
God’s Iaw,'fast-food
food stands th at
^ Big Idea h as put $14 millii
^Btr[.
offer pork, bats and
m d bugs instantfito the movie, making it a gai
----•any
ly tu rn kosher and
uid s tart selling'
lie even th ough th e compai
] d nearly-SOmlllion of-tl
f-the— ^b ag e lsa n d coffee.a.---------------------------IBStad
bud
sfu l
In this quintessen
isentially Jew ish
ta
rtlin g ly
' ' successf
cVu ea ^ e T a le s ” animated vide
deos
s to ry , th e good1 guy
gv (s c rip te d
prior to th e Sept.
1 attacks^ is
It. 11
v aar ^ past nine years.
tale
lical
Khalil, a vaguelyy Muslim
M
travel-:
‘‘Jonah” recydes th e biblic
sw5
in-aing salesman who’s
i
lo’s half
caterpilook into a fiwystory-within
w
)ald
lar, half worm,
to ry
s ta rr in g A rchiba
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SALTLAKEOTYf - T h e 172nd
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Semi.annual GeneralU Conference
(Church news
of the Church of Jesi
!sus Christ of
L atter-day Saints Iss Iset for this
. .
lard on th e In te r n e t at’
w eek en d a t th e C o n fe re n c e
s.org. The general priestCenter.
tssion at 6 pjn. today willI
Sessions begin at 10 a.m. and 2
dcast by satellite only.
nday, with a
broadcj
p.m. today and Sunc
“Music and the Spo)
Church1 of
0 the Naza^ne
program set for 9:30 "a. a T s S ;
Speakers include m ea
jm bers of the
holds £;ospel
0l
music night
first presidency, oth
th e r church
r FALLS - A gospel music
leaders and'guests. The
Tl Mormon
Send It On Down.” is set
choir
Sei
Tabernacle Choir, a famUy
U
,m. S unday a t th e Twin
. from stakes In Hunter,
hurch. of th e N azarene.
an Aaronic Priesthood
stakes in Provo,' Utal
»h,.w U lper. . > ™ ishington St. N.
, orchestra, praise teams
, form music.
en’s quartet wiU perform,
Sessions will'bc bro
roadcast live
on is free. Child care for .
ake City and
Admission
on KSL from Salt Lak
n through
kindergarten
new born
t
by s a te llite to c h uarch
r es w ith
A pie sodal to
in
wJl ^ available.
OVJ
saielliie equipment. KMVT-TV
KI
nds for music m inistries
dcast both of
™‘se fund
Twin Falls will broade
)W.
will foUow.
today’s sessions live;; th
t e Sunday
ore information, call 733For mon
ipoming session wiU1be
b rebroaddio statio n s
6610.
cast at 1 1 a.m . R adi
KART-AM 1400 in
in J e ro m e .
KBAR-AM 1230 in R upert and
COUpIe will
W present music ^
KFTA-AM 1230 (Sp
n ,a t Kimberly church
S n ^ i ’iv'e"
P ra g r a m
Rupert will air all se:
ERLY - Paul and Trish
y bo viewed
KIMBEF
The conference’ may
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O pus DDei founderr still stirs
fervor orm eve of carinonization
By JtfOfnt Soeokmtlcy
llcy
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FUENLABRADA
DA, S p a in ock rings in the
When his alarm clocb
uilar never hits
morning, Tello Aguili
He says God
th e snooze button.I. F
:o.
doesn’t want him to.
**It's not easy, but
tut it’s the first
be offered to
sacrifice that canI b<
he SO-year-oId
th e Lord,” says the
ool p rin c ip a l.
e le m e n ta ry school
nom ent of th e
“From th e first moi
d ay to th e la s t, all
a ll b elo n g to
God."
rf
85,000 worldAguilar is one of S
w ide follow ers of
of ith e R om an
e n t OjHis D ei,
C atholic movem eni
“God's work” In ULttln.
d E s p ie s
nal dedication
believe professional
:riflce - som e
an d personal sacrif
irts and flageleven wear bair>shirts
la te th e m s e h « - a ire
r e |pathways to .
holiness.
it was
a t first
Their m ovem ent
t
'
regarded warily byf e<
O p u s D ei
a u tb o ritie s . b u t <
ia 1E scriva d e
fo u n d e r Jo se m a ria
in 1975, wiU
Balaguer, who diedi ir
in d ay a t th e
b e c a n o n ise d S und
jf tthe.shortest
Vatican afte r one of
hurch history.
waiting tim es in chur
T h e c e rem o n y Is ex p e c te d to
:draw 230,000 suppone
sners from 84
countries to Rome.
n u n tiy that Is
Still, back in the cou
rd of
home to about a third
< its members.' th e m ention of O pus D ei
d e b a te s till.
s tir s p a s s io n a te del
Detractors accuse Ito
It cfc u lM ik e
brainw ashing
practices such as bra
ightless devoadherents Into though
tion and blackm ailli
illng fo rm e r
th e m from
m em b ers to k e e p> tl
I t i o n sec rets.
revealing orjganizatio
Some Spaniards
Sp
suspect it of illewealth and con*
gaUy acquiring
an
spiringg to
t influence both churchI
ate.
and state
ey are a danger to society,”
“They
s a id J a v' ie r S ainz M oreno, a
e and
tax law professor at
finance
t
id ’s
A utonom ous
M a d rid
’
rsity. He claims the organiUniversii
ra tio n1 hhas enriched itse lf In a
string of
ofimurky finandal deals,
iv a was bom Jan. 9.1902,
Escrivt
'b astro a t th e foot of th e
in Barbe
ees. Three years afte r his
Pyreneei
1925 ord
>rdination. he had a vision ^,
Ich h e said Gpd revealed
in which
Opus Dei’s
De mission. God w ants
o rd in ary
a rj C hristians, h e w rote
later, *to
“to be saints and apostles in
ry midst
of our professional
the very
i
work; that
tha is, sanctifying our job
ourselves in It
in Ufe, sancdiying
sa
irough it, helping others to
and, throi
sanctifytl
y themselves as well.”
T he ch
cl u rc h c la ssifie d th e
aent. a “ personal pre la m ovemei
n 1982,
placing It outside
ture” in
]
pervision of any diocese,
th e supei
of its biggest fans
Today, some
sc
nd
in
Rome.
arefound
A fterr h1e w as nam ed p ope,
John Paul
aa n prayed at Escriva’s
>efore addressing cardi*
tom b bef
h e p o p e s h a r e s th e
n a ls . T
Th
founder's
* vehem ent antl-commuid is said to be impressed
nism and
leeO pus D ei's ab ility to
w ith th
fervor and bring
inspire relipous
rei
h into
th e eveiyday lives
th e faith
i
nHr«
ofCathoIi.
:o re of th e m ovem ent Is
T he cor
p o<f “numeraries.” about
m ade up
of®th e total membership.
« cd
They are
c ib a te and Uve in sexg r a t e d homes.
ually-segn
K
lo v e rs , its p u rp o s e is5 Ile s s to
1
.
Ute
fterary spirit
BOOK
F eew
i
G ood Minister
ers
o r Lay-Person
)n s)
Magic Viilley Regions
nal Medical Center’s Past
astcral C are tea m
has openings. If you aarc interested in explprii
iring th is type o f
outreach ministry, pie
>lease Join us for a trainio;
ling session.
McOmMAn * iupbias
■
•M«i. M art UmdUldnBofCed. ■
IMkMMniafdwmtefcri
•fcrdMddMna
s
irs need
to Uve p riv u e
and ministers
i
lives. And Jackson
Ja c
W. CairoD, a
professor aatt D] uke U niversity,
says the trend
end signals the desire
of dergy toI buUd
bui up not only pn*
vacy, but also
alsi e q u ity . Am ong
P rotestants,
tl e re is a growing
s, th
aw areness th
thea t church lead^irs
wUl need a home
hoi and significaint
savings in their
thei retirem ent, says
C arro ll, direc
Ire c to r of th e D uke
dpit & Pew: R eseaitii
study - “Pulpit
on P astoral
1 LIaeadership” - th at
ex a m in e s liv
livin g co n d itio n s,
among other
Is:
r issues.
■yourK)wn-home pheThe own.yoi
nom enon, ppar
a r tlc u la rly am ong
Protestants,
ali is a product of, also
church leadders
er stic k in g to dn'e
area for a long
onger period of tiMe.
Even Methodis
Ddists, who historic^ly changed churches
chi
every two
years, are stayii
laying put these day s..
Many are plani
ilonning m ore periiifnency because
i
ise they
have spouSn
who don’t want
ant to switch jobs. '
to share
,understand each other. et(lo p th e
itim e to g eth er and devel
hat relam
t utual relationship. Ths
Igh both
tionship
lives on thcoug
j
ires In us
joys
and sorrows. It inspirt
,
ity when
gi ra titu d e and generositj
blessings
come, hope andd surren:
J
<es. It is
dt e r w hen tragedy strike
n d u rin g
th
is d e e p e n in g and enc
rrelationship
od
good tim es.
a bad that inis both
pose and
and
the purpo
gift of prayer,
r.
■•'
Knowledge
a
(e and
acceptance of
one another' comes
coi
through honesty and tra n s p a re n c y . St.
Ig n a tiu s of' Loyola
Lo
co unseled,
“Ask for what
la t you want, accept
what you receiv
ceive.” Anderson and
his cellmate each
eac asked for what
he wanted. If each
e
was open ito
the (Uffering; responses
res
back from
God, then in
sc a rate ways the
n sep
sam e thing was
wa accom plished:
. th e relationshi
ish ip betw een each
one and Godim
maatiu^d.
‘Shaken bby ScandalsIs:’ Book CO
^ abuse
ollects essa^ys on clergy
The Dtfaa Morning NewI___________
A
“ S s tts r s ;
I g S a a iK is
{acquire som ething but nm ore to
h er and
le a rn a b o u t ea ch othe
~ —
year, a new
jw prisoner was housed
with him. Th
The new captive asked.
hink God will get us out
“Do you thir
responded:
of here?" Anderson
A
jer pray for that. I just
“1 no longer
Proy that God
Go will accept m e for
the personI I11am."
Prayer is primarily
{
“love whispers" betwei
«een God aifd us. Like
the conversi
T sations betw een two
lush, vicarThe Rev. P atrick Ru:
general of the Diocese} cof Kansas
Anderson,
City-St. Joseph: Terry A
lo s ta g e in
th e A m erican held ho
two years.
Lebanon for nearly tw
w rote ab o u t his exper
erie n ce of
prayer .during that time,
e. A fter he
had been capdve for moi
lore than a
( C l e r rgy
g
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Catholic priests, who. unencum.
ui
ditionaUy
bered by families, tradi
have lived together in. rectories
r
on church grounds.
gle-famUy
The transition to singli
ition with
homes has drawn attend
ami’s conthe Archdiocese of Mian
of p rice y
tro v e rs ia l p u rc h a s e of
$582,000
hom es, such as th e SS
Ito r a t St.
house for th e new pasto
hurch in
R ic h a rd C ath o lic Chu
Palmetto Bay.
In general, the hiringS of
< more .
he
lay people to help rim ^ e church
h, as does
contributes to the switch,
fie church
the expanding role of the
in people’s lives. More! sspace is
pri.
now needed for schools5 and
t
vate m eeting spots forr support
s
groups and counseling: sessions
s
on e v e ry th in g from nm a rita l
to chemipreparation to divorce to
cai dependendes.
of rectoThe
fading
presence
ol
i
rie
s also s ig n a ls a m
tt o dern
iacknow
ledgem ent thatt p riests
.
Fafth Q&A
do to pray.
What good does it dc
and what should peopli
pie of faith
pray for?
VNTEi D
Ind Ave. N. • Twin MU • 734*<
M-6400
Y - T h e Finley FanjUy,
BURLEY•from .the sout
southern Oregon coast,
form
a t . 6:30 p.m .
w ill p e rfo
r
ay ae t th e First Baptist
W ednesday
262HilandAve.
.
Church, 2262
nily, w hich sings and
T he famil>
plays nations
onwide, features traditio n a l to c ot in te m p o ra ry bluetel music.
Denny plajis
grass gospel
i
fe M
guitar; wife
^ ard a plays s ta i^ aughter Rebecca plays
up bass; daug
i t a r a n d d o b ro ; aon '
fid d le , g uj lta
A aron plays
ays m an d o lin , g u ita r
Aaron’s wife, Janita,
fiddle;i; Ai
le. ,.
plays fiddle.
Prayer oi>fFers time5to develoop a relatiounship witi
thGod:
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unday for publication
on Saturday.
y-
H EY BUR N - T hee L a d ie s
Lifeline Fellowship wii
viU hold a
n on-denom inatlonal hluncheon
Wednesday
from noon to 2 p.m. We
.at Connor’s Cafe.
T h e th e m e is “ S
Siom eone
will be by
Cares.” The program wi
re g iste red nurse Joy Sim
S pson.
spea*k and
Rozaime Ottman wiU sp
d ec ad e in
ii m ost P ro te s ta n t
denominad
ladons, which historically
housed mir
ninisiers and their fami*
lurch properties,
nbers of the
lies on chur
MIAMI - For memb
jrre ctio n in
T he hoi
lo u s e ow ned by th e
C hurch of th e Resuri
tjdest threeEpiscopalII cchurch where Gay will'
Biscayne Park, a mod
by is known
be ordain
lin e d as a p rie s t in
bedroom house nearb>
Jea n Ricot
December
1
:r became
home lo Gay.
a s the rectory. For J<
y. i i ’.s now ’ his wife,, Norma,
N
and th eir two
Gay a n d h is fam ily,
sons, Sebas
called home.
lastien. 13. and Gaetan,
ily. Although, worn rugs
lg anom aly.
11, in July.
Consider it a rising
Reaories, also calledI pparsonages . end broker
cen fans were replaced,
ly becoming
the wooder
len floors polished and
or manses, are quickly
St. The days
walls painte
a remnant of the past,
nted after the old pastor
left, the yard
ya and exterior need
o f ch u rch le a d e rs 1liv in g on
residendes
work. SdU,
< shrugs, the house
U. Gay
church grounds or in ri
is “livable
owned by the churchJ are
s fading
)le” and th e neighbor*
hese former
hood is saf<
a f e for his young sons,
a s parishes convert the
plus he’s ddoose to work.
liv in g q u a r te r s in to o ffic e s ,
lalls.
I t ’s an1 aa.rra n g e m e n t th a t is
schools and meeting hal
becomingI rare.
n
It’s m ore likely nowV :for dergy
Nationwide, more
tes sev e ral
than half of all dergy - 58.6 perto own o r re n t house:
•ch using a
cent - do not
nc Uve in a parsonage,
m iles from th e churcl
g
to
a
Duke University
rovided by
according t
housing allow ance pro
le shift has
Divinity Sdi
th e congregation. The
khool study. Even m ore •
lore than a
surprising.
i
g. the
num bers in d u d e •
been occurring for moi
“Shaken by Scsmdols: (Catholics
mandatory’ celibacy
a
as a cause of
Speak Out About Priests
sts’ Sexual
th e ab u sei,, b u t th e fa ilu re of
Abuse,'’ edited by Puul
11 ‘Thigpen
priests to live
ive celibate lives. Editor
(Servant Publications).
e n insists that the book
Some teaders may feel
el that the
isn’t meant: tc
to solve the crisis, but
book openly discriminate!
les against
to qffer insigi
sights. No solution will
gay priests and iiffers simplistic
si
ever come,, he
hi says, vrithout “sinanswers to a complex cri
:risis. This
cere, soul-se
■searching, p ersistent
book is a collection of essa y s
prayer.”
reflecting conservative: <
CathoUc
-i
-Susan
Hogan/Albach
th in k in g on the clergy
sy sexual
abuse crisis. The best I:is P hilip
book
Lawler’s thoughtful ovei
'erview of
j.
agazine
th e current scandals; he
h( w rites
x.D oorTwo,"Medited
Take
by
ConUnuedfroinEl
with a fair hand. Joseph V
e a r n e sIt”
t ” (“ M is te r R o g e rs ’
D
a rd en
(T rin ity
p r i ^ from the Brooklyn :
A ctually, e ith e rr M uslim s or
Neighbor]
iorhood”) or “com pletely
Foundation
In
lin
e).
criddzes what he calls th
J ew s w ould find Ve
V eggieT ales
s n id e aann d in s in c e re " (" T h e
r
claims
to
be
“pretty
«m T
The Door c
sexual environment of sor
productions wholeso
esome ra th e r
B eav is; 8&c B u tt'H e a d S how ” ),
ome semJthe! oi
only religious satire
naries, including a Dalle
ipart from th e
VeggieTal
than troublesome, apa
rales, he says, falls somelias sem i.
m agazine,, bb u t th e e d ito rs g e t
n a ry during th e leader
where in
t middle,
studio’s C hristm ass aand E a s te r
n the
down
to
serio
rious business in interretired Bishop Thomas Ts
- videos. But VIscher,
sr, Big Idea’s
“We figure
^
out what is sacred
views. Thisi selection
«
of 2 0 ques*
lowa>bred founder, is very much
University of Dallas the
a n d trea
tatt it w ith re sp ect” and
tieologian
tion-and-ans
m sw er
d ialo g u es
M ark Lowery also call
otherw ise
a product o f w hitee evangelical
e
is e , “we don't ta k e our.
Ills fo r a
indudes cdun
lumnist MoUy Ivins, an
______P ro testan tism - thh e .C h ris tia n ___selves.set
seriously,” :he.says.. That... _ renewaI_of_seminary.culi
ulture In_ ..-Episcopaliar
ian w ho ag rees w ith
and M issionary Allia
fact, many of the essays
lliance, to b e
means Iroi
irony yes, sarcasm no.
Baptists
on-or
one
thing:
Gambling’s
specific.
If “Jonj
more m or^ leadership and
snah” succeeds, Big Idea
nd^uK *
a bad idea. Garrison
G)
KeUlor talks
In V lscher’s view.
w. ch ild re n 's
hopes too rreach older youtlu with
disdpline. The authors doi
lon’t fault
ab o u t h isi 1leg acy from th e
--------- en te rta in m e n t-h a sS'b'been— a n d -----m o re-fea
e a tu re - film s ra -re c o rd ----s till is - e i t h e r ““ceco m p le te ly
label andi
id television shows.
> ell'8 F a m iQl y B o o k s l
IW fihIa
Ladles Ufellne Fellov
announces luncheon
provide musli
lusic.
Clergy:abandonI rectories;s for homles of thei
;irown
DMMntuy tchooJ prifl
principal and Opus Del tflsclple
lie TeHe Aguilar is on the Aula
1 Mkool Plarfrowndd In FiMiUabrada on the outsklrt
kirtsef Madrid. Spain. Tha
OpM M fosndtr.JoM
losamarta Escriva da B alafiitr,
\
>r,whodledinl97S,
will be
umonizAdttUwVftJi
Vatican afUr one of the tbertefl
• ft waiting tlm n In church
Mfltory.
i
Jackson of Jetstream i M
A inistries
Inc. will p re sen t a prc
irogram of
vocal m usic, acousticc iand bass
guitar and synthesizers
KfmberTy
T u e s d a y a t th e K
50 E. 3750
Nazarene C hurch, 3550
N.■
T he K a n sas'b ase d nrecording
usiLstyles,
artists use various mus
rania. compuppetry, speaking; dm
lc composiedy, writing and music
tion.
«
nwide and
They perform nation\
lal aw ards
have received regional
5pel Music
from the C ountry Gosp
A ssoci^on.
e.
E v ^ o n e is welcome.
P
most serPlymouth Brethren, why m(
"
mons
are like bad poeti^, and
ai how
h sees his performances>as
minhe
8
istry. The late Steve AllenI insisted
ii
um anlst
„ was not a sec u la r hur
he
ossibiUty
'
“since
I do not deny the posi
° God," and added, “I can
of
ca live
lg w ell.
^ ith m y s te ry .” Among
w
«
known
religious leaders‘s is th e
sus,
”
Rev.
Richard John Neuhau who
:athoUcs
sees
^ evangelicals and Cat
seing in
b ecom lng^ llies from “ be
Charles
the trencHes’’ together. Cl
Colson, when asked whatIt would
si
how few
shake his faith, says it's ho
C
C hristians Uve out their beUefs.
b
says. “It“Then
you wonder,” he sa;
d<
C l^ t . It
doesn’t
shake my faith in Ch
si
C
shakes
my faith in th e Clhurch,
tl
that people a re n ’t m ore serious
s<
al
iMokisa
about
what
he says.” The bes
st
Sod-talk,
stimulating collection of Go
c(
um
covering
a broad spectrur , y et
th
Ite deep
the
to conversations penetrate
ife.
to find how belief shapes Ufe
*lochedc
-R obert PIo
u
ru
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~Gongreegationsbbegin to pim
fsrniss^" j
h e e n v ir o3 n m e n t” ";"^mei:hi[urchgoers
hymns ,
revive traiiditionai h
o ritiz e tl
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t is t C h u rch in W est
F irs t B aptis
H a rtfo rd aatn d a m em b er of
. Connecticut’s
it’s Interreligious Eoc^
twork, has c u t-e n e r^
Justice Netw<
u se-an d coosts ts - a t his church. He
has spokenI out
ot on environmental
Ich has induded lendIssues, which
in g his ipport to ca m p aig n s
“Sooty Sbc,” the name
. agunst the “S
ntalists give the state’s
environmenta
most-poUuring power
and m
plants.
H artfordI Sem
S inary has m ade
changes onI its
iu campus, from end*
chemical weed killers
ing.useofchi
des on its lawns to supandpestiddei
;s (for coffee instead of
' plying mugs
foam cups. In
paper and plastic
pli
leminary sw itched to
' .July, the sen
luntain E n erg y Co.,
G reen M our
itfldes en e rg y from
w hich protfl
sources indud
luding wind, water and
naturalgas.
Jiglous g ro u p s have
Som e relig
resisted t hee rmovement. Gorman
said some den
lenominations are suspiclous of th e paganism some*
times assodat
iated with ecology, or
believe th e: movem
n
ent is based
more on liber
wral politics than theology. But rdigious
rd
groups have
>bby on environmental
staned to lobb
issues,
lary, 1,200 religious
In F ebruar
leaders sentIt a letter to senators
rgy conservation as a
urging energy
''morally ^ ppenor”
e
alternative to
drilling forr ooil in A laska. Last
year, 12 Cath
itholic bishops were
a c tiv e inI p ro te c tin g th e
N o rth w est’s
’s C olum bia R iver
watershed An
And in 1998, mainline
Protestant churches
chi
lobbied for
the passage of the Kyoto Protocol.
1
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g
to a desire to) at least preserve 8 ;^'
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fial favorites in th e
________
few traditional
The
Qaiette
nuslccanoB.
new church musi
eople of faidi, musie
;
SPRINGS.
5, Colo.
To many peopl
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th
e
r
th
a
n
th
e
occas
asional
is
m
o
re
th
a
n a s o u n d tra c k toZ
lymn is
t h e i r s p irituuaall liv e s . I t can“Amazing
Grace,’’ the hy
.
n oof fam ily, t e a c l t
rem ind tifem
dead
at many Protestant churchcl
°
h u rch b e lie f s o r
them ab o u t cchi
es these days.
feel clo ser to God,
sd to fit ' m ake them feel
, As church music evolved
b e e n c a lle d “ th e
)ok has
M usic h as bee
th
" e tim es, the hymn boo:
J
avor of
v o ca b u lary of A
. m e ric a n re lib° ee n tucked away in fav
* g io n .”
f
pP o p - i n f l u e n c e d a ^ ^ ^ B
The
e a rly
\
pPr a is e • songs
e
v
a
n
g
e
l
i
c
a
l
t
whose lyrics are
///t7l is miisic iu w v so u l
P ro testan t
.-f
.• fPe c t e d on big
y,forii'hf7i Hie I /) tr i h hh y m n s, p e n n e d
V
^
in th e 18th a n d . /J
A 64-year-old m /r.A
: the dove o f peace.
19th
c
e
n
t
u
r
i
e
s
.
I
m
ni u sic m in is te r
nyheatl, th eflo zr'n o f tt;y p ic a lly r u n
’
pP ic k e d up a
WWV
t h r e e to s e v e n
j
m
„
ni ic ro p h o n e a f
v^ e rs e s , s o m e ­
R ad ian t C hurch
^f ft u v appeat:...'
tim
e
s
w
ith
no^
in
C olorado
tl
ir
r e f r a in . O f te ifl
S
and
S;p rin g s
■>om th e g o sp e l so n gI w r itte n by p a s j;
,
bbiro u g h t th e old
rs , th e y a r « .
?
songs back to life
sc
u n s h in e in M y Soiil,’• to
heavy
on d iu rc h on
a re c e n t
oi
F
F:rid a y n ig h t, if
w ritte n in 1887 byr d o c trin e . T h a t:
. style gave way in ;
ooin ly fo r two
E iiza E . H cw icc- S
th e mid-1800s to ;
hhiours. T h e Rev.
-.g o s p e l h y m n s ;
P
F e rrin
Piau!
w ith m u l ti p a r t ;
bbie g a n h o lding
d testimonial
ijric s
;
Hym n
harmonies and
te
th e s e “ O ld F ash io n ed H
Si
>ower to tran sfo rm .'
Sings'*
three years ago. No
iow he
about Jesus’ powi
hi
sic”
h a s q u it h is job as n a ti
tio n a l ■ ' “P raise music" becam e [>Opum u sic
andth e
la r
in^^ evvaann g e lic a l
m
d ire c to r
for
Aissem blies of Cod denon
c h u r c h e s in t h e ;
A
3 mlnaP e n te c o s ta l ch
ti<
tion to stage the revivals across
ai
1970s.
,h
rch music stripped
the country.
This is church
The lyrics
T he churches a re n 't ah
ilw ays
down to th e chorus.
cho
gq
are re p e a te d oovver an d o v er to
equipped.
-e is n o
so ft ro c k p la
layy e d on g u i t a r ,
At Radiant Church, there
d
ru
m
s
a
n d b ass. i
b a c k e d by d ru
organ. So F errin and hiss wife,
^
>ve songs to Jesus,
They’re Uke love:
M a r jo r ie , borrow ed ann 'o l d
p ie In
“The patternnisis very d e a n I h e .
H am m ond from a coupl
Hi
u p w ith p o p u la r;
th e p rie s th o o d in1 1836.
R au n ch y S
Seex ” w as S u n d a y ’s
IO took
m u sic k e e p s up
to
town. The 500 people who
ir it doesn’t work,"-,
Succeeding
Mormon prop:
music tastes or
jphets did
topic at Johr
ihnson F e rry B aptist
u^
u p hym n books h o u te :d
d out
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rs to hold
C hurch. Ana
n o th e r re c e n t title :
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rree q u e s ts
for
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n g in A m eric a:*
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It th e
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City,” referrir
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id church
vision series,
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ration.
C ulture."
songs
about sin and salva:
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The Rev. Br
Bryant Wright, who is • gr
.rangelicals. p ra is^ ;
pearly
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g ra c e an d th e Gospel, pe
'aposties announced a rei
and
changed the policy.
preaching a “tough
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contempo*
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osses.
m usic is th e onlj
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rary issues”” series
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a t his 6 ,0 0 0 ;D oes th is m ean hym ns
ris-are
they’ve known,
private donations organ
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m em b er chu
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mi
lin e P ro te s ta o i*
making a comeback? Will hymn
h
.
M any m ainn lir
th e M issouri M orm on F rontier
every tide ere
creates interest in the
)m M eth o d ists td :
sings become a reiro phem
inome*
ch u rch es, from
F o u n d atio n a n d th e C
G e n esis
community.”
’.” C hurch reception*
^o
ive .adopted praise
Lutherans, have
non? Probably not, expenss say.
s
group, an organization for
fo black
ists said they'
ey’ve received about
’
II, was
so n g s in an e f f o r t to re d u c e
The audience, a fte r ail,
30 ph o n e co m p la in ts , m ostly
d e c lin in g memi
e m b e rs h ip ro lls ,
“almost all white hair,” as one
'Mormons.
from nonmem
smbers.
pg
le sue*
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es rmix hym ns and
participant put it. But the
.
V a lk e r, a R om an
iboard
„ s t “cy wa
Georgia
Baptist signb
praise songs.
cess of Ferrin’s roadshow speaks
sp
’
lother of th re e , said
iproves too explicit foi
or some
>ing sex to sell God”
p*
MARIETTA, Gn. - Sol
ome parand that h er;r j8 -year-oId daughter
S t a y o n t o p o4 f y o i i r ^ i f l ^ ^ ^
iggestive
sent an e-mail
ail complaining ' i do
'en is a re pro testin g sug
nboard at
not like it. Jc
Jesus m aybe is con*
;sermon titles on the signt
w ith th *
a local church.
fused, too.”
“Tough Love In Dealli
ling with
-com pile
liled from wire reports
^
•INEW HAVEN,
B ^ e e n U tes o f kuie!
igel and sips of
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th e converse*
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J ia y T ilsen’s
S h a b b a t d in n e r e;
w e ek .
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Inevitably goes in ooni
ne direction:
Lightbulbs.
I 'l - f i l l
T ilsen points out h1 is
B J H t ii l l l
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K bIh V
ftiR to each guest as
IS h e tackles a
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ng ecological
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gogues, temples and1mi
mosques.
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n%l«y Tllten utM eiMriy-affldant.
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Coi«rigrtl<
■tion Beth M t t s a r IsrMi In New
«lew Hrnn. Conn. Tllttn hat mi
.
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Haven, incantample, Including mon efflci*
}f trMfgy-MvIflg changti at the• t«
ileflt heatd e s c e n t lig h tin g5 hI a s b e e n '
Ur conditioning tystsms.
(nfM daln
replaced and new, m
moioreefS dent
h a t i n g and air-condit
iditioning sys*
ive Issue,
ing how their beliefs could
environm ent Is an ac tiv
nstailed. T h e
examining
.tem s have b e e n insti
there are 100 where It i s n o t •
lied to ecological issues
b e appUe
sanctuary’s ceiling{ will
w be low*
easing statem ents outlin*
In Los A n geles, thle
e new ly
moved in to
and relea!
ered a n d its walls mi
Lr Lady of
opened Cathe&id of Oiir
:hat
ing thleeir
i p o sitio n s. M any
re d u c e th e a r e a th
a m ust b e
n and
die Angels is partially powered
p
hM ted and cooled. Ev
Even the ner
Chrisdan
a Jewish groups have
or assigned direcby solar panels m ountM1 tatop the
light that indiset up }ffices
offi
tamid, the tiny red ligh
I’s confer*
leal exdusivdy with being
Roman ^ th o U c church’s
tors to dea!
cates th e location of ith e A rk of
vood. Pa.,
ence center. In~Wynnewo
Ich holds th e
green,
th e Covenanc, which
anm ental
th e Evangelical Environ
aced to m ake
P aul GGiorm an, h e a d o f th e
Torah, will be replace
or "What
il Religious
P artnership
Network is gearing up for
N ational
I
u ie of natural Ught.
Would Jesus Drive?” aI rnational
environmen*
fo r th e EE:n v iro n m en t, said 21
'Across faiths, theI er
campaign urging peoplei tto think
ow have interfaith global
» e n evolving
states now
tal movement has bee
ion
choic*
g
and
energy
campaigns,
about
their
transportatioi
st
decade
o
r
warming
a
slowly over th e last i
rm an estim ates th at for
es.
ns have
stanBut Gorm
more. Denominations
I
of
)use of worship where the
The Rev. Tom Carr, pastor
pt
sir traditions,
every hous
ed looking into their
I
ii feu d
Episcoppal Churchh bishops nrefu se to taa k e sides in
, CLEVELAND-Bisl
Jishops of the
Episcopal Church delayed
del
wad(tween a col*ing into a feod betw
league who removed
(d ea conserva*
oth er bishop
.]^ve p riest an d anoth
,>vho rehired th e oust
usted dergy*
jpan.
, „
■
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I o u se o f
bishops gutted a draft
a ft resolution
this week that would
aid have cenSflfed P ittsburgh Bish
iishop R obert
Duncan for reinstatini
ting the Rev.
D avid M oyer. The5 137
li church
leaders agreed to dev<
levelopanew
system for h an d linng
g such dis*
pptes and discuss itt next
n« March.
L ib e r a l B ishop C
Chh a rle s E.
Bennison Jr., leaderr o f the four*
county Diocese of Per
Pennsylvania,
removed Moyer lastIt month,
n
say*
In g M oyer h a d rej<
•eje c te d h is
authority.
.. The debate Is thei latest
la
in the
denom ination's ideolo
-ological split
over issues such asi th e blessing
:
a
n
d
ordinaof.same*sex unions ai
-tion of women.
)iution would
>:The rejected resolut
ncan, saying
have chastised Dunci
!S should
not
ideological disputes
s
The
lead to “unilateral aactions.”
ct
orig in al d ra ft alsoI ch
cl id e d th e
md Delaware
dioceses of Kansas and
iroving same*
for unilaterally approv
sex unions.
passed states
The version that pas
iry decisions
only that, disciplinary
^ o u ld b e recognizedd by
b all bish*
processes are
bps and that b etter pro
heeded.
Christian Scientists
rts open
. Ilk J . . .
$50M Mary Eddy IH
lib rary
BOSTON - Some 25,000
25,'
pages
stian S dence
of writings by Chrisda
founder Mary Bakerr Eddy
E
have
to the pub*
been m ade availablee t(
lic for th e first timee a t a newly
opened library that collects
co
her
complete works.
The SSO-million Ma
M ary B aker
Eddy Library for thes B<etterm ent
o f Humanity includes
ss (a digitally
ex ts can b e
istbred archive so texi
ew ed . T h e
s e a rc h e d a n d view
library, a nonprofit organization
or{
church, h a s
s e p a ra te from th e chi
500 requests
already received 1,500
th e
from re s e a rc h e rs to0 study
s
he relation***Ed^y taught on the
m ind, b o d y
s h ip b etw e en th e mil
zience a n d
a n d s p i r i t in “ Scie
H e a lth w ith Key
!y to th e
-------- S c rip tu re s " a n d four
D u n d e d th e
C hurch o f C hrist, Scii
1887. T h e church teat
^Healing can come throuj
:an d fa ith w ithout res<
"medical treatm ent.
L'a‘M
Rellgl
Iglon news In brief
_______ _
n -h n * o r
O BO m)etrages overilaming
o f aCCU
8 < priests
used
1M0RE - A repon issued
BALTIW
by Cardins
linal Willlara Keeler nam*
ing a ll aare
r a p rie s ts who h av e
been thlee object
.
of credible sex
ab u s e aall
lleg a tio n s o v e r s e v e n '
decades5 has
h provoked criticism
from some
n e Roman Catholics,
In a llee lt t e r la s t w eek to all
parishioni
aners, K eeler nam ed 57
accused1 ppriests, no n e of them
cu n e n dly
y in
; active ministry. All
cases wei
v ere re p o rte d to civil
authoritie
ties, he said. K eeler did
n o t nam<
m e 26 o th e r ac cu sed
priests who
wh are dead and could
y to
not reply
t charges. Of all those
accused- - both dead and alive 41 w erei priests
p
of th e archdiolile 42 were members of
cese, while
\
or priests from religiouss orders
c
o th e r dio<
ioceses w orking in th e
area,
ore priests, and
Some Baltim
Bi
m d dvil authorities elsechurch anc
w h e re, qc,u e s tio n e d nam ing
^
accusedi pp rie s ts who have not
vestigated by police or
been inve
/
id of
convicted
i crimes. Keeler said
th o n amn e s w e re re le a s e d to
ge other victims to come
encourage
forward and
ai receive treatm ent,
vivors Network of those
The Survi>
Abused by
by Priests said the report
srdue an d should have
w as overd
K ft W
been com]
m piled by an indepenlel, not the archdiocese,
u-dinal also revealed the
The card
archdloces
;ese had spent $5.6 mil*
ibuse cases In th e past 20
lion on abu
years, iniddu d in g $4.1 million in
settlementf
n ts to d ^ t victims, most
overed
insurance. The
of that cov<
^ ^ ^ ( r e m n akNTCHURCHV
k
rest was spent
sp
on therapy for vic’ tim s a n d o( ffenders a n d living
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O c t o b c r 5 , 2 0 00 22 ______________________
Yputh c(compete ^
at4-HSt^tyle RevuLie
flE T R IG H - 4-H m<em bers
fr(fth aroui}d th e Magic
showed ihetr sewing cre«
the^>istrict Style Revue
-ue held on
S i^ t. 28 a t th e D
dit“ S ° "
Elemental^ School audltc
fe d ^ h e,
The event was hosted
Lincoln Couniy Extensioi
TbeCtyle Revue allows 4to model their consi
onstruction
( s c t^ g ) projects or to) ni(
model the
cbdtees they have made
de in their
coiaumer project. Projec
)ject choices indude western wear,
ar, outdoor
w 6 a r , c ro c h e t, k n ittir
ttin g a n d
Looking Your
T hey first com peted
id iin th eir
locd c o u n ty .^ d those wh
whoqualif s ^ v e the opportunity
ty ito enter
t ^ . d i s t r i c t com petitic
ition, th e
exttjnsion office reports.
S'
larship
. The
"n Idaho 4-H Wool Schola
contest is sponsored by the: IIdaho
Wo
Wool
Growers Association,
n. The
association offers aw ards
is and
• sch
scholarships to Idaho 4-H[ memn
iom a t
bers who make garments fro
Jearle of Cassia Couniy
her
3.W endyS,»
le
a 50 p ercent wool fa b r
least
yam . Contestants a re judge
C o n s tn ic tle
tion
yar
p ercent on construction an
Junior
8SS
p e r ^ t on fit and interview.
1. Olivia Ra{
lag a in of Twin FaUs
T he purpose is to encou
>urage
County
education beyond high scl
:chooI,
2. Katie-Ann
nne Sm ith of Jerom e
develop clothing construc
County
skills re la te d to w orking '
3. J u s tin ei IK oyle o f G ooding
wool,
and
increase
p
artid
p
t
County
in
(
in clothing/knittin^
croche
lieting
projects and activides.
JutU oragesK
ilO -ll
pro.
In th e basic level (ages 12
1. Alexis Pres
restwich of Twin Falls
Ashley G ardner of Jeromle
e and
Ash
County
Wendy Searle of Burley diec
2. J a ta u n aa 1K oyle o f G ooding
first, and each re ceiv e d *^25
a
County
iward.
3. S h e lb y W a lte rs of Je ro m e
K ara D avidson of Twin I
County
wvon
o n second place and a $50
ngs bond in the advanced I
Constructio
Uon ages 12-14
ol»
pees 14-18).
i . M egan La
Other Style Revue p artid p
L am m ers of Jero m e
wer
vere D ustin Davidson o f ^BB u ^
Catie Hobdey o f G ooding,.
;, Josi
? S t h e rr l D a y le y o t C assia
le p w o r th o f C assia Coui
Her
u n ty ,
tlo fg an L ocke o f Goodi
? : ? e ? e s t . RR o b b in s o t C assia
M.°'
4ichole
M
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Nicl
County
•feagan Alexander of T v ^ F
Mea
g^nior
F alls,
M
ai
•larci
G lenn of Tw in Fa
^ e lv in a W ells of Tw in Fa
F alls,
irgeant of Twin Falls
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Lind
indsay Hill of Gooding, Briti
ittany
lili of Gooding, Chere Cano;
loy of
vidson o t Twin Falls
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Twii
'win Falls, M ^ e la in e Gleni
mn of
'win F alls and H eather Da]
'°l'ley
M cM urray o ^ a s s i a
if Cassia County.
CDtuuimr ^
Jtnk>r
l.'Kade>Anne Smith of
of JJerom e
C ^ ty
ZJjAlexisPrestwich of Twi
3. ^ o Miller of Jerome C
Intermediate
1. M egan Lam m ers of
tf JJero m e
County
2. L ac h ell T ay lo r of Gc
County
3. C e le s te R ob b in s of <
County
3. Am anda Jackson of Gi
County
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.
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• M ea l d e liv e ry -- T
The Tw in i---------------------------------------------1 breali
eak. Volunteers are neededd in
nrlee column is designed to
th le
e (G ooding, W e n d ell, Buh
ren C e n te r
m s puWte seivio
F a lls S en io r Citizen
uhl,
Ihe communities of
Twdn
ivers fo r its
™i£t> newls In
in if
vin Falls and Eden areas. Ci
needs volunteer drive
Call
lunteerheip.
E diith
itl o r J u d y a t 736-2122 io r
ils program.
region with votunti
home-delivered meals
tty at 4360727.
tfywneedivoli
volunteer, call JudyTipton.
Kitty
84.
dhll Karen at 734-S084.
(tiredoroftlieRel
Retired SenlOf volunteer
,, ,
Volunteer readers - Kimber
C lo th in g - The C
Coollege of
Program(RSVP).al73&2122.Ext312.
P). {
em
Southern Idaho Refuge
ugee Center
RSVPIs a United'
led W aj^sored agency
• entary School needs volu
ers to read with students fro *
n ^ d s clothing for mer
nen, women
at the College of
of!Southern Waho.
)0 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monda;
lays
and c h ild re n . Dropp off
o item s
PlMMUbmltai
tan q u ertb e(o re4 :3 0
rough
Fridays. Volunteers ai
are
a 1-4:30
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
R. and
p.m. on Wednesd
esday for Saturday publics
|3 «ked
S to spend 30 minutes with
p.m. at 1525 Addison
nA
Ave. E. in
lion. Please call
v
>
111vrteiJy to retain request.
s t uident.
de
Call Patty Dame at 42
423Twin Falls. Call Aieks
eksandra at
--------------------------J
4374
74 o r Kim berly Elem ental
lary
736-2166.
hool at 423-5541.
training aree coffered each month Schoc
unteers. Call Susan or
TJ L
for new volun
T H ospice volunteers
e—
ts - Idaho
7 334-4061
4,
Ih e
o r 1-800-S40Vol
Volunteer m ath tutors - Tl
*Kome Health and Hospi
sspice iteeds 4 0 6 I
CoUe(
lUege of Southern Idaho Adu
•volunteers for c l e r i ^d duties
di
and
Basic
sic Education program nee<
i u t i e n t and caregiver
Caregiver
X help
1
- Respite vol- volun
lu
n
te
e
r
tutors
for
a
d
u
lt
sti
W olunteers are espeda
e needed to care for dents
nts in math. Call Ruth Scott i
■'Ed in Rupert, Jerome,• 1
e ld e rly homi
m ebound clien ts so 732-6‘
2-6536 or 1-800-680-0274, Ex
Twin FaUs. Hospice and
an OSHA
caregivers can take a
6536.
36.
if t h g e
ENERATION
PMIMM
The Buriey High School
Sei
c lass of 1942 held a IrM
rewilon racMitiy. Alumni who attended
it
ioclede, from left, front
frorr Dora
Wrigley Howard Mary
Ma Qlliatt Evans, KatherirM
•H
HolmRfce.RMhelMattiwMl
ilanen,JfyW M ttle. Russell
Sn
USmMly.Ilene
Hansen Fufua, UR
VllUams Sbnons, Blanche Qattan
jR a e Ferrin Kawkltts, Vera WIIU
nM
Kloepfar; cen»
ambide Morris. Ariene Martin
ter from left, Waite
liter Kraus, Murray Qoold, Berth
trtha Kraus. Keith PouHon, QersI
raid Larton, Kenneth Ashcraft,
rt,PMHenks,
P
BobOay.QarthOls.
9lton, R ots Jones, Maurine W»
Weeks WhltUe; bKk from left,.MervllleRoblnton,
I
GlenKmaK
nee, J i n Burke.
Harlan Oannlng, Ken Cai
Bob Trout, KeHhIJones,
Jo
Carter. Eeri NIelton, Albert KIM
Ink U i Cranney and Lyiaan R.
C
R.diambof(ain.
_______________
_______________
JMSm
I
‘Episcopal Chun
urch.
The event Is
c
is open
to the public,
andw iU beglnc
h on th e east side of
th e b u i l d ^ 1 on
oi F S treet. U g h t
re fre sh m ratss aand music will be
f e a tu r e d , pr<
p ro v id ed b y th e
Episcopal Womi
unen’s Guild.
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BJI and
a Friends entertains
mami
9th Century Club
.
iveirP Siatnd
SchoQ]d1 program1 honors Sespt 11 victi
:tims
tts
By Mary Lou P otts
respondent
Tlwe»Naws corresi
3604
< Buhl presented a flag cer04 of
cc
emon;
iony, and asked for a momei
lent
ofsUe
silence from those assembled
!d.
Eileen L anting's fifth grac
ade
Eili
iss rang
a bell in commemor
orad ass
i
n.
tion.
Russ M cG overn s a n g **Go
Ru:
::od
ess A m e ric a ” a n d K ath
th y
B less
Grone provided music.
LeGrc
BUHL - With
th m usic, silence
and a ringing bell,
be: the fallen at
the Sept. 11 disa
isaster were hono re d a t anI a sse m b ly a t
Popplewell Eleme
m entary School.
Foreign Wars Post
Veterans of Foi
N
A
M
II
g r o u p
H A IL E Y - n a :
AlUance for the ^
th e W ood Rivei
E
N
T
S
o b serv e M ental
Sunday throughae.
0<
P o s te rs creai
io s e l a s t n am e
University of Idal
should bring findepartm ent willJ pb d e a n up after
libraries, post offic
fo rm a tio n , ca ll
7 o r Tom at 324-
V eterans who aatl
tte n d e d w ere
C h arle s J a m e s ,. B
Biill W oodfin,
iley M axwell,
W ayne M oberg, R
Ril
F loyd H e rn a n ddeez
z an d P ost
C o m m a n d er Hlarv
a r\ e y P ila n t.
Moberg talked about
>out keeping the
U n ited S ta te s ssafi
afe, a n d now
everyone can be proud
pro
to live In
a country that is free.
m.
serves M enItal Illness W
V eek
obs<
lAM I ( Nat i onal
B M entally III) of
v er V a lle y w ill
II Illn e s s W eek,
. Oct. 12.
e a te d by th e
laho ^ p h i c arts
1 b e displayed in
ffices, Albertson’s
TW IN PALLS - T he 20
TW
Centi
sntury Q u b of Twin Falls v
holdi
lid a luncheon m eedng at no
Tuesi
lesd ay a t th e T urf Club, 7
Falls.
ills Ave. hi Twin Falls.
TTh.
he p ro g ram w ill inclu
CSI Offers bet
better posture
itertainment by BJ and Friern
w o H w h o p la
t thto month
ater
For la te reservations or canc
18
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dons,
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TWINFAIXS
1 0 ajn .o d lfo n d a y .
aho w ill b e o tte r a
by’ 10
S outhecii'Idahi
a e rie s o f w orl
a rk sh o p s fo r self*
^
0 th
innel ciub holds dog 2: will
im provem entt taught
tt
I v instruc*
RenH
tor Morgan Jenc
noon
low Simday a t City Park
“P o s tu re . .“.“ 0 .« fld e ™ .» „ ill
» ■TWIN
?*
FALLS - T he Snal734
be held firom166 -8
- p jn . Oct. 17 in
Ptw^r
ver Canyon Kennel Club w
A spen room 13
134. S tudents wiU
JJK
lidJ'a n A K C *sanctioned tu
d'd e
learn how to ov
overcome Incorrect
show
DWm atch Sunday a t the Tw
a»ds.
posture such aS a bowed head or
F ills
allsC ity P ark. T he public
or more
alum ped should
% b d i i n e is Oct. 18. For
i
le lS
iilders. The instruc*
welca
ilcome
31, Ext.
tor will use spec
^ ^ a t i o n , caU 733^0931,
« d fic exercises that
Ent
Entries
will be taken from 8 ::
will im prove health
he
and a sense
1 0 ajn
aji ., and judging beghis at
a m0 . Classes
(
o fw e ll- b ^
will b e available i
ds
Students shou
lould w ear om fo rtall breeds
bn
and obedience. For ti
Epiicopal Church holds
able dotfaing ah
and be prepared to
first
Bt ttime, agility classes will,- 11. .
•veiit a t th e Wilton The
iwatre
ta k e th e lrS ooes
e ! off. The cost is
offeri
Fered. T h e re also w ill b e
?E R t - An eveninglofUght
of
$35.
rede of cham pions. For mo
dog
dor ivm be held at1 7 pjh. . ': Instructor .M
M organ Je n o Is a'
fo rm a tio n , c a ll Bernii
[Vin
ilwg anit. licensed cosmet
attfaeWbonhuQdlnfl
letologlst, certified
Ridiai
± ardson at 734-6^62.
ic is
. h e th a yoga in s tr u c to r a n d a;
If Idaho. ..'Ucaa^massagi
830>V.SIn(let Square
H itny' - Upcoming w
m< r i c ^ ^ i n t h e
It 11
mce
stitoe*
series include
d e " S k in C a re &
DW
O Club hoMs dance s fo r
WUsota .; CbsnletiGi* *H
'H a ir DiMign" end
JEB
l£ROME - The M agic VaHi
'S wtre;^'-.*;pothes& Style
9 > ^lUM^^^wQlUeMthettii
rte."
' Single
igles Square Daxice Club w
ill i | i r i n d o k i In th e Wl
formatiaDor to re * -.... h c ^Ida a dance a t 7:30 p jn . Tuesdi
of the-. ' ‘F orm oreiim
Isw ,can232«e
sap.-,,-.. . - a t *OeeJkfedudist C htoch. 21111^
b tiH iing^ T b e w indowifflorial.
s v
M e n re a t o m embers of
fic-.T-••
lic e
. J tttp e rt “IVinliy .M e a t
wi
From len, soloistt Russ
Ri McQovem, PopplawellI B<
Elementary Principal Helen Bro
trtlclpate In a patriotic astembl]
RIlay Maxwell partic
nbly on S epi 11 at the school.I.
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Giiift s h o w s , b a z a a rs ilSt
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TWIN FA LLS-O n Oct.
Z TTie
t. 25,
Ti^es-News will publish aI free
fo list
oflggsa craft shows and bazaars.
ba:
If S u would lik e yourr bazaar
bi
in A d e d , send the time, date
dat and
p i n e of th e bazaar, along
.ng with
some infonnation about the
you w ill h e selling,- to D<
_ Tvner, Ttu.Times-News. P.
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P.O.Bojt__
5 4 a r w in Falls, Idaho 83303
3034)548
o r to T rena Tegan, The! TimesTi
X, 1263
N^ws B u rley B ureau,
D 883318.
Ovioland Ave., Burley, ID
O itt^ m a il th e inform atic
Ition to
1. Or fax
I indude
t o S E K ^ S 5 3 8 . P k lS 'in
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' ''L a n Sutton of Rexbor{Wi
EWas the
. fifth getwrallon of this
f
lit family..
frorn left are srandmoUier
M
>r Monica
■ Smith of Oakley; greati
eat-greaj! .grandmother Phyllis JImli
llmlnezof
.. Buriey; mother Andl Stmonof
Sut
VRexburg; and freat'gnuidi
udfather
Olenn Bestirs of Murt
turtaugh.
. Jimlnez died not Ions after
Bfti thlt
at taken.
photo wa>t
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ScOMEBOD^)Y N E E D S5Y O U __
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largeaiit of Twin FaUis
vr
McM urray o f Cassia
3^ue ribbon winners an
are as foi-
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ClHl a Ss o f
j
Senior
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Pharm
umacy, Atkinson’s Pharm aQ
icy,
church
rches and business sites in tthe
h
Wood
od River Valley. The poster
ers
foctiso
iS on mental illness and howViit
can be
be treated. NAMI m em ber
ers
and Ico
community leaders also wil
vill
b e int
in te rv ie w e d on* t h e ra dlio
ii
about
ut imental health issues.
Att 11:30
1
a.m . M onday, thhie
B laine C ounty Com
lom m issioners
will sign a proclamoi
motion for the
week.
The group also will
will hold a candlelight v i ^ for suicide
suic
victims
a t 7 p.m. ThursdayI on
on the steps of
th e o ld co u n ty’ co
c< u rth o u se ,
given by th e
Invocation will bee gi
Rev. John Moreland.
nd.
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ing lo;
loss, how to d e te rm in e il
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liable.
irm. a tio n , ca ll
F o r m o re inform
For
or Ifree transportation from
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Connie Glander a t 543^553.
543
Hailey
ley to S t. Luke’s, c^ ll 727'
178733.
cees
Idaho s ta te Jaycei
he talk is free and p a rtidci.
n, Ray Flavel
The
IS are encouraged to bring e
Buchanan, Jerome.
hosts luncheon today
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BuhIC
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c h e o n a t noon to
toed a y a t E l
the dance,
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classes
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Vera a t 734-4647 c
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All c u r re n t a n dd ppiro sp e ctiv e .
Delation announced th e foi-I
J ay c ees a re invited,
cd , as well as
ng
upcoming
classes:
•
Twin Falls man,
u
; business owners/ma'i
m an agem ent.
Ik flower arranging will be
com m unity le a d eTS
rs iand others
celebrates 80th
i from 1-3 p.m . O ct. 12 a t
interested m the infon
iformation.
nrose Lane F lorist and Gift
T W I N
Another focus off the
thi gathering
pin
Buhl.
The
cost
is
$
6.
FALLS - R ay
is to launch th e Jeroi
erom e County
BUH
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Flavel of iW n
. E duca
1from 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays in
Falls will celefo r Id a h o» J ady c e e s a r e
Assodi
Buhl High'School a rt room,
b ra te his 80th
n$39.99 until the endj of
of the year,
lowing!
class ru n s for five weeks,
b irth d a y w ith
:s.
For m ore inform
mal
ation about
Silk
lents will learn basic fly patan open house
Itth
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United
States Jaycees,
Jay
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will offer
and ays
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talk on hearingHfealth
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cos lab. The d ^ on Oct.
KETCHUM -St.
ning from 12:15rials. S
for Community Hei
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lay in th e Baldy
equipm
a brown bag t ^ oi
cation and screenir
rom Professional
Basic
1:15 p jn . Thursday
rvices in Burley
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Fatalil beatingg by mobb
ofRicids shockks town
m il w a u k
e:
KEE
(A P) - T he
bloodshed begaj
gan when a boy hit
Charli« YoungS Ji
Jr. with an egg aiid
he responded1 by
bj punching a 14*
year-old in th e nmouth and knock*
' ingouta'iooth.I.
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ilw a u k e e 's ro u g h
Midcown neigh
ig h b o rh o o d , lin e d
with rusting cars
ars and homes with
broken window
lows, ro ttin g wood
and peeling pain
aim, something like
that does not go
u
{otmanswered.
According-to
1
to police,
a m eb of
boys as young
ng a s 10 s e t u p o n
Young and blud
ludgeoned th e 36*
year-old man to0 d ^ t h with broomstic k s^ ld in g chi
chairs, a milk crate
and ^ven a stro
tro ller on a porch
wher4 he had1tri
tried to take shel*
te r. Oiie boy th e n 'd u m p e d his
blood-s(kked sh»
ihoes down a sewer
■ g ra te , a n d anoi
n o th e r ra n ho m e
becausehi9jnoth<
>ther was calling.
The a ttac k last
las S unday n i ^ t
h as stu n n e d th e c ity a n d fed
' authorities^ paren
rents and residents
to w o n d e r wh<
v h ere th e y w e n t
wrong.
D istrict A tto
;om
n ey E. M ichael
McCatm said the
the overwhelm ing
reaction is sorro
rrow. “ Sorrow for
everybody. Forr t>
the deceased, for
the b o ^ for the
>
he community,”
he
Lung m en have writ^ e n o f f their ^ t utures
n for decades.”
The questions
>ns go beyond th e .
boys: In crimitinal
in
c o m p la in ts
charging eight teenagers
tee
and a 10year-old with re
rec:ck le^ hom icide,
p o lice say a t lei
le a st tw o a d u lts
w a tc h ed tb e yyoo u n g ste rs arm
themaelves andi wait
w for Young in
an alley. Nonee of
o: th e w itnesses .
called police.
Erinn P ^ n e 1, Z
22, who has lived
In th e n e i^ b oorhood
rh
h e r w hole
life, taid th e saw
uw the youngiters
on tbe porch, att«
attacking what she
thought was an.animal.
aa
**Just to come
le \home to trouble
• v e r y nig h t get:
{ets k in d o f tire : so m e,” she said
aid . “ P e o p le a r e
always fighting; or arguing, there’s
alvrayi something:
ng going on.”
The poverty rate
rat< for the area is
55 percent, m ore
v e than triple the '
r a te fo r th e ree s t o f th e city. A
b lo ck from thh e c rim e sc e n e ,
hom es w ith gree
reen g ardens anc)
b rig h tly colorec
re d s h u tte rs a r e
bein g built - sym
sys bols of u rb a n
renewal th at h^v<
i^ve not spread to
the nel^borhood.
'
. “You can butU
UtUL as m any pro; J«ct»«ayou waDt
Bt <
downbere,” re ^
> id e n t A ndre Ne«
fewson said. “I t’s
' tdD not going to
t o tt e ^ die people
intbendj^borfaoo
An editorial in
i n :the Milwaukee
J o u rn a l S entinel
n ei on T hursday,
called oa
lead*
iaders to “do more '
than wxlng theirr ha
hands. They m ust
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election bi
bill deal
>N (AP) - HauM
WASHINGTON
: d ea l Friday on a m
i easure th a t
would send nearly
u-ly $4 billion to
outdated voting
s a te s to upgradee ot
■ve ■
voter regisoemachines, improve
ndm alce polling
tion methods and
booths accessibles to the disabled.
The bill, which
h iis expected to
com e up for a vot
vote a s e a rly as
n e x t w eek, is la w m a k e rs ’
. response to th e be
balloting prob­
lems that plagued
ed tth e last presidentlal electionI and
ai delayed a
decision on a winnei
in e rfo rs e a ^
“Alm ost two yei
y ea rs from th e
2000 elections, this
thi legislation
ca move
beyond
will help America
i
the days of Hanging
fly b w o ts and iUei
qualified voters,'* ss
D odd of C o nm
n ee c tlc u t, th e
em ocratic nego; Senate’* d iie f Dem
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BAGRAM, Afghi
^lanistan (AP) U.S. troops have» tdestroyed the
largest cache of explosives
e
y et
found in Afghanisc
stan - h u n d r ^
of SOO-pound bom\
nbs buried in a
dry riverbed nearr ]Kandahar, the
military said Friday
ay.
The cache of 42G
2 0 air-to-ground
. bom bs w as found
tid in th e D ori
River channel last
5t month, but it
took munidons.exp
icperts weeks to
exam ine th e e xx(p lo siv e s an d
decide how to dee
eal w ith them ,
Air Force Maj. Stevi
s v e a u tte rs a id .
A fte r evacuatifi
ing re s id e n ts ,
dem olition tea mIS
s u sed 30,000
po u n d s o f C-4 eex p lo s iv e to
destroy th e bomlbs
b In a s i n ^ e
blast Thursday. AUr n y photos of
the blast showedI a huge m ushroom cloud rising ov
over the site.
“It was a big banf
ng. It was probably Uke the Fourth
th of July down
there," C lu tter sai
a id a t Bagram
Air Base, th^U .S .m
military’s head-
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doled out sl(
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loertad o at of a MRwaukM Count)
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sre were enough bombs hididden infl tl
the rivertwd to fill six B-52
'52
bomber:
«rs, a u tte rs a id .
He was
ws unsure how th e troops
ips
discover
/ered the bombs, th e age of
.a v AflMhflll
awa:
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W ashlngti
a c h e s o f w eapons aj&d
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C le a rly th e itl-.
Qald>, th e. Taliban has a ^ ^ t
deal o t’ intent
inc
- some still t i ^ e
intent —
to di o h an p ."
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jsives experts dedded ^ e
were not smble enougbko
bombs wer
nd dedded
to string t t tm
move and
(
e r w ith e x p lo s iv e s jo
’ them all a t once, A m y
M aj. R.ich
ich a rd P a tte rs o n saiSd.
Troops m
met
et with village eldei^ko
warn them
lem about the demolititi^
was sent to
and an aircraft
airc
!3 a^ro u n d th e blast’, ine
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n ili
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bom bs e a ch contai'ifed
ab o u t 250
!50 pounds of shrapnel
of explosive and 250) pounds
pt
enough to send
s
deadly fragments
a b o u t a3 th
tl ir d o f a m ile. T he
bombs wen
rtrere about 1.5 feet i^ d e
>ut six fe et long, e;|^ioa n d about
pertssaid.
4 -i
sivesexpen
len they were
the explosives or wher
buried.
“It is an example of how much
work we have y et to do,” said
e n t spokesD e fen se D e p artm er
w om an V icto ria C la rk e in
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ntually to the
of this
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js ly
b ee n m ade, sayini
child
n g t h e fin a l
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ild re n ’s fa m ilie s obviously
failei
par- w ord r e s ts w ith I. . th e W h ite
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rogram, vacdH
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court
aggressive proj
iirt for another appearance1 on
ot
nadng more peoplee im ore quickThun
ursday.
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ly, they said.
'L et's get into th e familiess iirn
the: neighborhood
n<
and m ake s\ir<
g n g n H sg H
L:
parer
rents are doing what they neet m i h J i M i U A
B jn S e e K
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do, Norqulst said,
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u n ab le to p ro v id e a d e q u a te
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supei
pervision a n d c a re fo r this
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3 bdrm . 1.5 ba th ranch
on a quiet c ul-de.soc
HURRYI It will sell
quicki Only $58,700
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p a s t u r e , l e a a e o p tio n
$ 1 1 6 ,0 0 0 .837-«304*
h a g e r m a n /t u t t l I
Beautilul 3 bdrni. 3.baih.
tog h o m e . 2 .0 8 0 sq . fl„
14x50 c o v e r e d w ooden
d e c k o n t f e n c e d a c re ,
ploy h ouse, sprinkler'sys­
tem. ouibklgs.. RV .pad &
elect, hookup. E ves. 8376547 Of d ays S36-2023-*
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Offer In 48 Hours
734-9522 or 736-3889*
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country on 1 aero, Addl' lional a c re avail. Seperaie
d o o r t o b s m 't . W o u ld
conskJer renting. Irade. or
o u lrlg h i p u rc h a stfl C all '
Louisa Harris0 2 8 0 -0822.
MLS *101548
ntify.
ffaartore
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hom e on ihls lerrifte buikJId.
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Long h aired young, noi
T ea m -W a rt a t 737-.S939.
white tips on toes. F oun
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326-6473*
STA TE REALTY. INC,
a d fo r a n y
te re d m ale o range labi
MLS*95749,
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7 34-0400
W ill n o t b e
Parkway. TF. 733-9213*
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LOST Big, black m ala AkI
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la g a l
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Ifs ID sell
CofMMfiy. 3601^11
iSkd Avanua ftorth. Twin Falls,
at pubUe auction110
10 th e h lg h asi bidder, for c ashi,. iirn l f l X
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known aa: Ma 2nd
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a j.la rd e acriptlon of tha abo^
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w/white on c hest. Vkdr
of Falls Ave. & Eaatlai
9/30. Answ ers to P u g s
736-7404 or 280-1661*
tooih
L o s t Fans Ave/Sawto<
school a re a, light ton.. men
dium alze dog. longI hoir
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kids
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return. 308-1398*
LOST Sot of keys Fri, noo
.with green latch, rod fai
black b eada. Lett o n c
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ple*a*caB 736-9398.*
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HOME INdPECnONS
M U RT A U Q H n ic e b rick5
home. 6 bedroom s. 2 bath
living a n d family rooms,^
w ood stove, a ttac h ed ga-•
« e o r ^ w e ^ 4 3 2 ^ 6 ^:
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BIU Baker. 326-5115.*
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E a m l» tw o e n 1 1 % » 1 2 %
r e tu r n o n y o u r m o n e y? .
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p roperty w as completely
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l i s h e d t e n o n t s o lv ln o
tw y o r $ 1 2 0 0 /c a s h flow.
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deck. 1600 sq . ft. sprin- 4 Subdivision, 1/2 lo 3/4 a a e lot
iols, ay city utilities and ^
(dors, vinyl skiing ft moro. J services including City walef <
f aixl sewer. East Twin*
2 7 0 6 9 th A v e .E .
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735-2454*
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Mon th ru Fri.
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TWIN FA LLS N ice p atio J
hom e. S120,000. O w ner i
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tin d e r a p p r o ls e d v a lu e .
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127RMlnbewDr.ZtQm..
2 bath. 2 c a r'o a ra g e . Lg.
yard w/sprinklers. 1 acre,
n e a t pum p, (oarmg shed.
$112.000. C a n 7 3 4 - 4 3 ir
lU o lf f l^ D r tv e . 9159,900.
' B e au tllu l. im m ac u laia 3
bdrm. 2 bath hom e. 1916
sq'.fi. o n a le v e l, n e w in
1 9 6 3 . g a s h e e l, c e n tra l
•ir . lg fen c ed manicured*
c o r n e r lo l In e x c e lle n t
n e i g h tjo r h o o d . s h o w s
prida o l o w n ersh ip . Call
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r a d u c a d lo S 1 6 9 .0 0 0 .
M U ST SELLIO 5 bdrm .
2 .7 5 b a lh h o m e o n 1.1
e c r e In K im b e rly . O ak
' Wtchen cabinetiy. M aster
b dnn & laundry on main
level. Lg tam ily room In
d a y l i g h t b s m 't . D e c k
a f f e s a Irom main ft tnrn'l
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t V - e e e It t o d a y l A m y
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73 4 -0 4 0 0
kJMBERLV New split IkKir
plan. 3 bdrni.. 2 bath, with
' 3 c a r g a r a g e . O n g o ll
course! S 1 18,000.
P lea se cau S39-7426*
$18,140
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•$1500 R en w jlC d » h *
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. •• Je re m # Branch for o0 lull
lu
.
ogy o r s o c ia l w ork wilh
I •'U m e loner. The euccosa
minium ol 2 5 u p p er divi-I
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r .
slo n g r a d u a te c re d its in.
‘ • : -excellent communlcatioi
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rai ««*<»» s t Soum sociokjgy.
Apply
by
O
cto­
ft customer Bonrice skim
bor 15. pind more detoiis,.
S eblllty 10 cross sell prod
g .
- n s g g y - ___ qualilicattona.
oppllcation:
>; ucts, prior cash hohdlini
^
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p ro ce ss ertd form o n Ihoa
: experiortce and compute
3uter
DRIVER
CSI W eb at:.
skills. Apply at a ny lo
ci
iocai
OTR Driver lor food
w ww.csl.edu/iobs. EOE.*
. branch," •
' g ra d e ta n k o r;2 y rs
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1
W anted exp. farm m achin­
' Cotm alologltt. Immedi
e ry o p e r a t o r s w /tr u c k^
Idaho to Wisconsin.
a te job openlH Q . Wtfnlk
all
expertonce. 324-7148*
g reat hom e time.
S rig h t In to e s to b lls hhA
e id
Idaho Milk Transport. Inc
rw
F a r m ---------------------------dientole. Call 7 3 « -1 T 4 r
W anted d epend ab le & oxp.
v;CLERICAL
1-800-967-2911 M-F
tm ck drivers ft tractor opSecretary. 12-15 hrs/week
•eek.
8AM lo 6PM*
em tors for potato.& .beett
ideii,
^—
• ; New Ule Church Wendell
h a rv e st. Auto, irons., no>
! ' Coll S36-6223*
ORIVER
C D L r e q . . n e w e q u ip .
------ Regional Oil Com pany
Jo ro m e area . References.
CLERICAL
n e ed s a full time luel J
^ C a ll« 7 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
Agiicultural businoss h“a s ?i
delivoiy drtver, Mon-Frt.
. position available lor ol
L
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,
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c
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A
with
HT
f
F
A R M IN ^^ ^^ ^ ^
;.: lice stan. Strong posslbill
end o rsem en ts. Air Brakes
«es
O pening lor experienced
•. ' ly loraOvancmeni Mus
^
required. Salary OOE.
te rm o p e ra to r at Otart*
■ have oeod oroanlzatkvta
blB
fO edtlnO oodlng.
- ' and computer skills. m
WIIi
m u st b e know ledgabie
. bo expected lo a d d re st
P.O . B o x 5159
in crops, soils, rertillzer,
- poliiical issues a n d repr»
T w in Falla. ID B3303*
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se n t organization o n a n a
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‘ . tional level. R e le re nicc e ts DRIVERS
d riv e ra lic e n s e . Y ear
ar>d resume can b e mailec
liled
H arv est d riv ers n eo d o d .
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p o s i i i o n w ith
727.
10 w heeler ft sem i. CDL
to: Mgmt. P.O. Box 727
com petitive salary a n d
& n o n . C a ll 7 3 6 - 2 9 6e 0o
I Rupert. 10 83350.'
e x c e lle n t b e n o lils .
----420-4285*
>toLEHICAL .---------------—
A p p ly in p e r s o n o n
or
DRIVERS
: > Immediate opening for
Monday Irom 2pm-4pm.
lor.
Sm . k>cal co . looking for re• ; receptlonist/dispatchor.
«•
Al: 173$ S. 2300 E. in
rate
liable, qualiled k>ng haul
. Must be computer literate
>ul
Qoodlng o r phone Rick
em p lo y eea. insu ran ce' ft
and have excellentt
&
At 934-8195 axt. 117
,s a
compeUive poy«44-1882.‘
telephone skdla. P lease
^
lorlntenrlew eppt.
lax resum e to
“
AA/EOE
DRIVERS.
208-733-53eO.*
0 n<9 -(rM wort! ptac*.*
W anted expertenced
----ahort h aul drtvers.
•CLERICAL--------------------RM SH ER/B ulW er
Uon
Call 324-7148*
^ T h e Je ro m e R e c re a tio
n
— Custom lumiture manulac' District is looking lorPT
rP T DRIVERS
l u r e r n e e d s a f ln ia h ' B ook k e ep e r/S e cretary
■ry..
11 w estern states.
er/builder. S e n d resu m e '
- Applicants must work waU
well
Home m ost weekends.
lo ;P elterso n 's a t 3676 N.
> wilh people and p o sse
« assa
C lass A CDL
2 5 0 0 E. T w in F a lls , ID
‘ s tr o n g o r g a n iz a t io nn aa ll
w /d e an driving record.
83301 or call 734-4570'
> sk ills, c o m p u te r sk ills.
ills.
P a y d e p i^
I b o o k k e e p in g .am
n dd
dENERAL---------------------o n e x p e rie n c e .
accounting skills. Salary
L o cal w a te r co m p an y
lary
Call 206-543-6018.*
O O E .P I e a s s c a tl
—
n e e d s w orker able to lilt
DRIVERS----------------------324-33#9 lor more Info.*
_
5 0 l b s . G o o d d r iv in g
1
Deliveiy lor local le ed com­
r e c o r d . S t a r tin g W a g e
: COLLECTOR----------------p a n y C lo ss A CDL req.
'2
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6 . 5 0 p e r h o u r , 4 0 /h r .
> TELEPHONE c o lle d ioo nn ss
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m.
1 9 9 9 F r o n to g e R d . N.
T33-9299*
■ Q o o d te le p h o n e sklills
ills
W endell, 10 83355’
re q u ir e d . E x p e r ie n c e
“
GENERAL
EDUCATION
■ helpful but not necessary.
Immadlata Opaalngal
ELEMENTARY
Will Iraln. FuII-llme. MonIS:
Full» Part Tim*
CERTIRED TEACHERS:
• Fri. salary ♦ commission..
)l|. * COL Drivers. A & B
I®""
in c re ased student enroll. 401K. rotlremonl. paM vao n * G eneral L abor
1
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s
resu
lted
in
a
; cation. In surance. Drug
III- • M anufacturing
Immediate n e ed lor appliF re e/ sm oke Ireo workiry * Forte Ufl
: p la c e . S end ro su m o to
h o * Machine O perators
c e r tllie d t e a c h e r s w ho
. P.O. Box K, Tw in Falla.
>ri- * Londscope
h av e an in ierest In ihe pri; ID.B3303*
ar- * Constnjction
m o ry g r a d e s . F o r infor­
cerpentry/lram ora
m a tio n o r a p p lic a tio m.
n.
: CONCRETE------------------Jed
p l e o s o c o n t a c t L in d a
: Concrete workers needed
an
* M echank:W elder
ust
Baird. Director ol Human
In Sun Valley are a. Must
lie
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HVAC
Service Tech
irm
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: have experience in lom>
:a il
S c h o o l D istrict 1411
• se ltira end finishing. Call
PERSO NNEL
>n.
201 Main A ve. W.
MefTick Construction.
PLU
S
Tw in Falla, 10 83301
S U p73<M 137or
No appiieani lea.
206-733-6900*
57»-1762*
—
www.pataonitallnc.eom
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ENQINEERINQ
r CONSTRUCTION
I
l
l
Filer
Avo.
733*7300
' E x p e rie n c e d o n ly c oonn - T h e C lty o tT w in F ailsisa c»nc ep tln g a p p iic a lio n s lor
• Crete workers. N eed conislia n E n g in eerin g T ech ,'i;
II. T h ^ A m i g a m t e d ^ S u g a r
' Crete lomi seltors. linistiBeginning monihly salary
• e rs and laborers
C o m p a n y L L C , T w in
ply . is S 2 6 4 3 . W ith m inimal
' S ta rt Immediately.
F alls Plant, is accep tin g
su p e rv isio n , perform s a
Inpenononly
a p p licatio n s for G en eral ,
tton
variety of surveying, ma' CMMORawT CORStructton
Ir*
la b o re r-h e a v y labor.entry'
.*
teriat estim ating, spocilieSQ Eastland O r. S.*
|l|'
level p o sitio n . S9.15/hr,
—
cotlon devolopmeni. con­
'z
so o so n o t w ork. M ust bo
: CONSTRUCTION-----------struction Inspection, draftI):'
a b le lo h a n d le 1 0 0 lb.
: CONCRETE woAere. Form
inQ. traffic studios, moie» se lle rs & finishers. C all
ria ls te s tin g , o r re la te d
^ irt* tT d l
tl
: 280-4171 or326-6471*
te c h n ic a l e n g in e e rin g
end hoiWoys. Applicaltons
work for pubiic wortts con: CONSTRUCTION-----------a re available at:
m tstruction actlvllios. A com­
‘ Experience Palntor w antJ o b S e r v ic e . 771 N o rth
bination olfice a n d Heldl^ a d . 734-0928*
O'
C o lleg e Rd. EOE, D rug
—
related work Is required.
Sl
Fre e W ork Place*
:^ U N T E R PERSON-------,
Must h av e a high school
: ; ^ l l time. Must b e able’ '0
to
p . H O U SEK EEPIN G H o u se
diplom a o r O .E D .. sup7Slbs. Mechanical ox>d
o r ollico c leaning. Availplem ented by training and
' «.0ertoce a plus. G ood cuaa b o o n M on.. T u e s ., or
e x p erien ce oquivoiont to
•! lom e r skills. Siart $8/hr.
JS
W e d . . C o ll C h a r l o t t e
’ d d i^ ^ ^ 't
c d lo g o p^us
- Apply at: R entar C a n te r
oV
0 6 7 8 -1 4 4 4 or J o s le
:
851 Main Avo. E.,
0878-7117*____________
o m p lo y m en t^ p p llc atio>n
n
•
Twin Falls, ID* ___
o r lu r th o r in lo rm a lio nn-. INSURANCE
contact Ih e Personnel Of:CUSTOMER SERVICE
V*
Commercial insurance
•C o m m e r c ia l p r in t s h lo
o pp
fice lo c ate d In City Hail.
"•
CSR. Largo indopondont
t soeklng customer aervlco
Hco
321 2nd Ave. E ast, e-moil
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Insurance a gency n e ed s
gseottO tfkl.org o r phono
.'T o r s o n . Skills req u ireod:
d:
'0
a n ex p e rie n c e d commor735-7228. Closing dole ^is
l ' h ig h m g m t..p e r s o n nnee li
clal lines C S R . P4C .
le d
O ctober 2 8 th , 2002. The
• mgm t.. pho n e s.d eta lle
Licence required. Truck
onCity o f Tw in Fa lls is a n
'i oriented, organized, honoxp. helpful. Great
veil
E q u o l O p p o r t u n i t ly
y
- osl, people friendly,.well
beneliis A opporiunitios.
lo
E m p lo y e r . D ru g F r e'0e
• dressed. Send resum eI to
Fex r e s u m e to VP HR
Wori<ptaca.
. B ox 9 2 9 7 5 , e /o T imlee as
737-6522*
Mn
’ N ew s,P.O.Box5 4 8 .Tvrln
LABORERS
: Foils, ID. 83303*
M a c h in e o p e r a t o r s , a ll
in
shifts, fast p a c e . Possibli:iC U ST O M E R SERVICE
ily o f fu ll t i m e . E q u a l
SPECIAUST
Opportunity. F o r applica­
: BlockbusterVldeolsnow
tio n a n d in te r v ie w c a ll
; hiring for our nev/loca735-5002
orap p ly directly
• tio n In J e ro m e . N ow
»
• R N o rlP N a l 532 Blue Lakee BlvdN*
« • • y w n w y i^ A m e ric o 's
Night Shift
10
:
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1
:
•
2
■i
r
:
W e o l f e r e x c l t l n og
opportunities lor quality
minded IndlvWuals who
p o s s e s strong peo p le
s k il ls a n d w h o lo v a
movies. Please aubmit
Ir'
'>yourapplicaUonandor
rasum e to:
BloekbuaterV ktoo M
-aM B Iu e U k ea B lm L N
NOW HIRING:
MACHINE OPERATOR
Updating our resum e file
lor fult-time P re ss
Operators.
Jo b O^tias:
Set-up a n d o perate autom alic punch p re s s , s e c ­
ond opem tlons p ress, or
4 - s lld o m a c h in e s . R e ­
sponsible to monitor qualily o l p a rts , a n d o p e ra ­
tions o f p r e s s & tooling,
pariid p ate In the mainte­
nance a n d repair of equipmont In c o o ^ m iio n with
m alntenonce Depl.
Must b e min. ol 18 yrs. of
o g e . A b le lo lif t u p to
SOibs. conslsiontly and up
10 90 lb s . o c c a sio n ally .
Stand lor on 8 hour shift.
ro ad b lueprints, dom onstra te a p titu d e for m ath
skills, b a sic reading and
use ol predston m easur­
ing equlpmonl. Applicants
m ust re reliablo (excellent
ottondanco is expected),
wort* SAFE, ond proctk:o
■ good h ousekeeping. Applicani m ust bo available
to work first, se c o n d , or
third shift and overtime if
n e cessary. Full tim e omp io y o e s m ay qualify for
paid v a ca tio n , p e rso n a l
time, group m edical, donlolft401krotirem entplan.
PLEASE MAIL RESUMES:
SaaatromMfg.Co.
Attn: Peraonnel
4S8 Saaatrom S t
Twin Falla, 10 83301
{S e a s tr o m Mfg. o p e r a te s
u n d e r Ih e D ru g -F re e
Wortiptace A d a n d Is a n
EOE*__________________
MANAGEMENT
j
B l o c k b u s te r V id e o Is
c u r r e n t ly a c c e p t i n g
a p p l i c a t i o n s lo r
m a n ag e m en t positions
In Twm Falls ft Jerom e.
W e offer great benolils
such a s 401k. medical,
' v a c a tio n , q u a rte r ly
b d ifu a . a s w ell a s an
e x d tln g wortc environ­
m ent. W e a re se ek in g
c an d id a tes wilh excellent c u s lo m e r se rv ic e
sk ills, d e ta il o rie n te d
and a desire lo further
th e ir c a r e e r . P l e a s e
and/or rasum e to:
B lo ck b u ste r VMao
228 B lue L ake s Blvd.N
Twin Falle. ID B3301*
|y
MANUFACTURINO
t eldere ft ceW net mak*
W
e r e . s e v e r a l p o s itio n s
avoiiable. Full tim e. Exp.
preferred. Apply in person
R o s e T ro llo r in te r io rs .
1 1 1 0 E . 9 9 0 S .. E d e n .
Exit 162.*
hMANUFACTURINO
sSpaarm Alanufacturing
4Company is accepting a p ­
piicalions Ior tho loiiowing
lull-tlmo positions; Quality
C o n tro l, P a c k a g in g ,
W a r e h o u s e , M achinist,
P l a s t ic F a b r ic a tio n , ft
P r o d u c tio n M a te r ia l
H andier. Benefits: Com pany benofits. em ployoo
h e a l t h , d e n t a l , lif e
insurance, vacation, paid
holidays, and 401k plan,
Appiicalions available at:
S p e a rs M anufacturing
P lan t S e c u rity Office
21S2 S o u tttU n e o In
J e ro m e , Id ah o
(206)324-8101
SpaartlatnE ^I
Opportunity Employtf
_
MARKET RESEARCH
A re you so m e o n e w ho is
looking for a job that will
work with your hoclic llfo
o r a student looking for a
jo b t h a t I lls w ith y o u r
s c h e d u le ? W o o ile r
incredible flexibility. Wogo s s ta n a t s e . 736-1040*
MARKETING REP
>
P ro fe ss k m l oulsido
martceting ropnnonlalivo
n o e d e d T o rtw in Falls
ft ev rro u n d ln g are a.
Successful condidato
will p o s s e s excollont
sak)s. communication,
and orwnlzatlonol
skilla. Clear driving
rocord.valid
drtvers Iteonse.
a n d com puter
aptitude are also
required. Must bo abio
to produce In a
high-stress.compotlllvo
industry. Established
torrtlory, t » s o salary
plus com m ission, and
m edical benefits.
Plea se se n d resum e in
coolklence to:
IMsit a MiH in sBweerHsttve
1028 8 h o t f i m S L N
Twin F alla. ID 63301*
6 p m -ea rn
^
BRIDGEVIEW
If
OFFERS:
♦ Two Week Paki
- VacatkMi
Sick artdHotklay Pay
♦ Pakl Comp Days {or
\
“
a lf
E xperiencad m llkar/call
faader. Call 539-6396 or
or
r? » 7 t4 B —
D IU M in u T o re
ml
f T p o sitio n s a v a il, f e r
Kfia ^toowatrabona In loil:
oal a re a. Must b a avail..
ta work T h u r - S u n . Np
'Ip
^ d J ^ U tr a f i.^ n Jt
♦ 4 0 1 K Retirement
Plan
* Heahh. Denial, and
♦ CWlege "nillkxi
Assistance
(ScholanUp)
T o fceeeflM p ortq fo u r
tm m a p p fyb tp tn o m a t
b ir e c tO T ~ B egins
r io r e :^ r ie n c e in
H o u s e b ^ i t ^ / L a t i n d r yy A
M anagem ent p reM « & c a l I n u « j n g T e icc h n i c i o n ~ F ull-tim e
position in ourRadiotogi
fcwte D ep a rtm en t. Will
train in C T a n d p o ssib
m^ o th e r a re a s a s well.
Begins a t S2 S.60perbou
R eg istered N u r s e X O
Onn M e d ic a l Su rg ery
'Oj>erbpur. Full-time,
T « !!« » > M i£ .
.1
n ^ ^ ^ F A L L S
Ca r t C tn li r
e
.
^
0
^
Pull Time • Days
Part Time - Evas.
Wa offer:
«Pakl Vacalhan
♦Stak ft HolkJay Pay
♦HoatthA^lstonrtJontol
and Disability Insurance
♦401k
♦Fun Employee
Pnjgram a
$ 1 ,0 0 0
SIG N ON B O N U S '
D on’t m ls e o u ti
Jo in o u r profe salo n al
te am I
Please apply
in person ot:
Twin Falls C a re C e n te r
874 E es tlan d Dr,
Contact Pe rson
Mekxjio Jenson*
' ■*
IMEDICAL
I
P arke View C are a n d
R ehablllU tlon C e nte r
has Immodlote openings
lor D ietary staff.
Applicants rnust be
prolessional. a n d willing
to team. Apply in person
at: 2303 P a rk e Ave.
Buriey. ID 83318 EOE*
— I
I
MEDICAL
*
*
^CNAs/NAs Full ft part time.
C ontad Siocey al
S n a k e River R e h ab
in B u h l5 4 3 -6 4 0 f
j]
MEDICAL
,Chlropractk: ae e lsU n L
^Will train. Full tim e. Apply
Mon. through Thur.C 12
noon.$9.00-$15.00/hr.
1126 Eastland Or. N.
Suite 300. Twin Fells.*
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MEDICAL
C:
CNA needed a s a Gl T ech.
ftj oflice a s s is ia n i M on.
•Fri. 32 h rs/w eek. S e n d
resum e to Box 92751, c/o
T im es N ew s. P .O . B ox
548. Tvfln Falls. 10 63303*
M
MEDICAL
Full-time R egistered N urse
for Soulh Control Oislrict
H e a lth In T w in F a l l s .
F o r m o r e in f o r m a ti o n
ploaso
ceil Linda Shoffer
{
(0x1. 271), Mary D ecker
(oxi.
204) or Shoron Whito
)
(ext.
203)
ot 734-5900.*
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M
MEDICAL
AapenOroif* Homa Health
*'
s e e k s a n e x p e r ie n c e d
.
homo hoallh/hospico RN
to son/ice a s Director of
SALES
We are ^
3rowing and
Need Your
Help!
Join Our Team...
E O ill
M -H -l
m
pT S sr
Patient Senrices In Magic
\V
alley a n d M ini-C assia
,
oroas to oversee the detivory ol a e to n la h ln g caro
to our community. Ploose
c a ll N a n c y D u n c a n a t
:
676-2152
or 431-2459 for
;
moro
details on this excitIng career move.*
J | **
mi
MILL
WORKER
jJob opening available a t
ConAgra Bool Company
In Malta. Full benolits.
40IK plan, insuronce.
fPloo8ecoil208-645-2221
ConAgra Bool Com pany
Opportunity/Aflinnoiive
A dlon Employer.
A drvg screenls roqulrod
prior to employmonr
_
IT
MISCELLANEOUS
I
Wo h o v e I m m o d la lo
oponings fo n h o following posllions;
♦ Hon/ost Drivers
(COL)
♦ U b o re rs
♦ Worohouse Wori(ors
All shifts
♦ Clerical
♦ COL - Uwal
Apply in person
A M E R IC A N
S T A F F IN G
1025 S h o s h o n e St. N.
7344452*
" ■■ *
mJ
MISCELLANEOUS
.jj. oxporlonco n e ce ssary .
No
j
AMO
noedod lo teach Inu
dopendoni
living skills to
gdovoiopmonially disabled.
eExcollont benefits oflor 90
Z
d a y s. $ 7 /h o u r to s ta r t.
rDrug F ro o W o rk p la c e .
r
Coil
P ouio 73 4 -2 3 2 2 o r
«
opply
158 Slake St. N.*
^
4 yr. degree prolorrod.
Send resum e lo
P erso n n el P lu a
111 R le r Ave.
Twin Falla, ID 63303
733-7300
—
>LUMBERS
Pt-tlourneym
en. o p prenticos
Jo
u
aan
n d laborers. 326*4126*
—
>LUMBING
’ lu m b e r noedod w /2yrs.
mln.
'” 1 exp, Coil 720-3879
or
or 788-2032 tv. m sg.'
pPROFESSIONAL
p(
RESUMES PLUS
.
olfeclive.
inoxponsivo
resum es. 324-3578*
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vice
contoins iho m ost sought WAI
ice industry is required.
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a f t e r s e a r c h e n g i n e . Musi
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driving
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ptooso oppiy.
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position.
mg required, professional f riis
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lary
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rong desire to b e part of
is se ek in g a quallliod
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cf o n d l d o t o s t o f ill a
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l< o laciilty.
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O v erla n d Ave.
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sublect to need on three
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Bellevue, 10 call 788-2676*
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b d r m r r b a t h In 4 -p ie x
‘1 F A L L S A P T S .*
o c r e . H o r s e s O K . No°
romodolod. 1 & 2 bdrm..
w /g a ra g o . $4 5 0 /m o . Tto
a n d P h a a a a n t View
smoking. $ 9 5 0 .734-4317*_
w/opplloncos. $350- $450I
pets. R el. req. 3 2 0 - 5 8 a r
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- -[3250 N. 2300 E. IB . 6 ml. - 1s .2 ,3 B d f n i8 . S 3 4 W 9 5
Some.O W A W/D hookups.
$ 7 0 0 * deposit.
S . Filer H .S. $500M ».
Spockw s an d d e a n .
H a l t o w a ^ r l ^ y M gm t
Call lor appt. 733-8801*
BUHL Senior Citlion,
No p e ts. 734-6000*
y
2 bdrm. Now Point, & car- JE
j R O M E 2 bedroom a m
TVW N FALLS 1 bd. 1 be th .
K IM BE A LV P a m lly o i 4'
T
p e t, A C . W /D h o o k u p .
b a t h . All a p p l a . $ 4 6 5 1
appUancaa.
aO utlitkn paM
e e e k in g a nice hom o to^
refrig. stove, utils, allowa$ 4 9 0 . C all 3 2 4 -8 4 0 9 o r
i 3 0 0 ■«- d e p . C a ll Irw in
$
r e n t In Klmborfy aro a orf
n e e . R o n ial a s s is ta n c e
420-1011.
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Realty a t 734;e500*
e a s t Twin. Tom 423-4900*
avalloblo 735-8048 EHO' SHOSHONE 2 bdrm. mo- ;
• -H e a r th e q u ie tl TWIN
^ FALLS
b ile h o m e , la rg o sh o p .' BU
' RL E Y N ic e 2 b d r m .1 *
1 -3 b d m i.,a p p ls.w ith m o e t
bolh a t 1902 O rondvlow ,
SSOO/mo. 733-1359
Parte ApartmanU u$375-$625 mo. plus dep.
Lane. Stovo. rofrig., W /0 L<ural
■“TW IN FA L L S----------------178 Msurfcw streei
hodk-up. No sm oking or
• • • • • • • • • • • • • a *
Twin Fans
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pots, quiot upstairs loca­
Cham ilng ar>d clean
794-4196*
Ty N FALLS f b d m i. H as
fW
tion in 4 plox, foncod back _
' 2 story, 3 bdrm. - 1 balh
open
garago. appliances,
yard. Rot. req. S400/mon- TWIN
Ti
FALLS 3 bdm i. over
^
n e o r city library, park ond
n"o a r H arriso n a n d C S I,
th . $ 1 5 0 d e p o s i t . IHA
'1400 aq. ft. fenced backshopping. Foncod yard.
no
approved. Call evonlng s
y] a rd , o lf s tre e t park in g .
„ y a rd , n o p e ta . w a te r
pE:a id . $ 4 S 0 + $ 4 5 0 d e p .
678.1310*
:$ 6 2 0 /m o . In c l. w a t e r /
or 734-4758*
aanitatkm
. $350 dep. Ref J530.2760
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738-2478 o r 735-0595
( A STLEFORD t a n d 2
TVk
rWIN FA L L S 3 b d rm .. 2
•a aw aa aa a*
bdrm. apts. available' now.' _ req 733-1422 daytlTTie
b^1a lh , w /g a ra g e, kitchon
R ent b a sed on income.
T lW IN F A L L S C l o a n 1
Tw W f a 0 6 ------------ —
a “p p le .. W /D h o o k u p a .
C all 543-8833.
tb dm i,. duplox, $335. N o
1 1 3 P h a a a a n t 3 bdrm , 2
cen tral h e a t. $625«^dop.
a
smoMngpart
utl.734-54e3*
' b a th with dbi. garogo and ^Equal Housing Opportunity.*
578-0119 or 720-7730*
nkM yard $700 * doposll. iEDEN (2) 2 bdrm s. $ 3 0 0 TWIN FALLS C lean,
5=
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182 A v en k la Del Rio
2
bdrni.
1
both,
w
/oxtras.,
,N FALLS 3 bedroom ,
m o. $ 2 0 0 dop. No p e ts .
<
2i bath, app ls. $850. Elm
3 b d rm . t .b a lh . F on cod
You p a y pow er, wo p a y
‘N o s m o k ln g /p o te . $ 5 1 0
S^ t. C o n d o s . 7 3 1 - 5 0 3 0 .
yord. dbi. goroge, $600 ♦
mo.
♦ dep , 735-0473*
tho rost. Call K athy a t
h
730-84OOor73t-O551.*
deposit.
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n
TW
WIN FALLS
b d r m ., 1 b a lh . $ 6 0 0 * E
EDEN Studio, wo pay II all, l a
58 M o n re e V ery nic e 2
dop. monih-to-month dnly
$ 2 0 0 . ( 2 ) 1 b e d r o o m II Huge A Immaculato
bdrm.
bd
2 bath with private
BRAWLEY REALTY '
a p a r m e n t s . y o u p a y II
1 & 2 bedroom .
yard,
ya
good storage. $500
pow er. $220. $200 d o p . II
734-5058
♦'»<deposit.
Laundry, Storage &
E v ea. A w k en d s.
o n b o th . No p o ts . C a ll II
G arage PariOng.
554
54 Filer A ve. W . 3 bdrm.
D av e 410^417*
K athy a t 825*4242*
1 357
3
Blue U k e s Blvd. N.
2 bI a th , d o u b le g a r a g e ,
BR
7 35-flS 95*
l AN D NEW ! $ 8 5 0
tw I N F A L l^ Almost nowl G
g OODING Low in c o m e IL
deposit. N o sm okers.
E x tr a n ic e . 3 b d r m ., 2
,subsidized. 1 bdmi. a p ts. I Z
28 M artin *24 2 bdrm. 1
b ath duplex in now subdiaj t W est Side Court. F or ^
bath. $450 + d e p o sit
vision o n R osa St. (Olf ol
FALLS
s, e n i o r & /o r d i s a b l e d . 1 TWIN
^
•Jo •m o to r ..
Filer) in Perrine Dlst. AC.
,
Clean
nice noiflhbcrhood. ! •a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
S4 O rc h alara f l 2 bdrm.
a p p lia n c e s , Dbi. g a ra g e
«
walking
dtstcnco to Rkfley 1 '
I balh, $400 4- deposit,
w /o p e n e r . s p rin k le r
, Kings. 3 apts. available. I
&
o l o n la l A p ia . S tu d io
s y s t e m . $ 7 9 0 / m o n th .
(C a ll S h irle y 9 3 4 - 4 9 8 6 I
U l5 f d e p m l L
1 y e ar le a se required.
y e e k d a y s b e lo re n o o n . I
w
BRAWLEY REALTY
C all 739-8373.*
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S m . p e ls a n d s m o k in g I
734-5888
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Opportunity*
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Ing d ep . & $200 security —
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d o p .Y o up ay a llutllitios.
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1 b e d ro o m - $ 3 9 5
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734-9251*
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T
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N ear downtown
H'
b a t h , l e n c e d y a r d . No W
833 S hoshone N.
°
p e ts /s m o k l n g . $ 4 9 5 * f
730-2478*
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$ 1 5 0 d e p . 5 4 3 -6 7 9 9 or L
73 6 -1 7 2 5 ask fo rC am t.%
ftw I N F A U ^ 2 b d r m . 1 ■
'b a lh . W /D h o o k .u p . no B
s pots. $5004-dop. 734W1762 ■
T W IN F A L L S 2 b d rm . ■
1ba sem e n t apt. Also room i—
1Ior rent. C a im 2 -0 7 1 4 ,*
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O nne
e <of the sec rets of defense
s e is W EST
E
EAST
to / ni
never to let a p a rtn e r mal
nake a lo C
4* 8 7 5 4 2
a m istai
rtake. You can help him avo
ivoid V 10 3
^V 9 6 5
th e poss
lossibilily o f erro r by trying
ig to
0 K Q J7
i♦ A 9 5 4
take awi
away his losing options. Tl
The 4^ 9 8 7 4 2
4* A
d ea l Iht
th a t fallows illu s tra te s th
H
SOUTH
concept.
2pt.
The
a
le auction
sees North elect I
:Q 7 2
«•?
respond
md one spade and give pre
♦ 10 8
erence
I two hearts, ra th e r tha
:e lo
) 10 3
ra ise h
heea rts directly, because th
s p a d eiss ai r e an.integral feature <
t h e han
lan d . B e c a u s e th e simlo
p lle '^ e r a b i e : Neither
Dealer: South
prefer^
re rn c e m ight be very weal
South> ct
cannot drive to gam e, bu
T h e b id d in s :
he is W
OI one try. and the quai
worth
ty of the h e a rts suggests th a t th e South W est Nortl
orth E a s t
re-raise
ise is his m ost ac cu ra te try
tr;
1¥
Pass- 1 A*
Pass
f o r gaff
;am e. N o rth c le a rly ha'
has 2 A
Pass
2 V
Pass
enough
t accept his p artn e r’siinPass
4 VIf
ih to
In 3 V
All pass
vitation.
)n.
Jf ia Opening lead: Diamond:
. W est
ndU ng
st hI a s a n obvious lead of
top diami
nmond. but how should Eas
l a s t _____________________
d efen d afte.r
s
t h a t s ta r t? It maj
nay
BID W ITH THIE
EyACES
look as
i E a s t can s it back anc
IS if
ind
H lflli
collectt hi
his top winners, but th ati t t:s
not so.». If
II S outh has a doubletot
ton South holds:
diamond,
nd. E ast b as (o work to sei
set
* A Q J 9S
th e hand,
nd. But E ast can see a wa>
vay
¥ J 8 4I
to fourr trick
tr
s if he overtakes the
the
♦832I
diam ond
nd
<1^ J 6 5i
md kin g w ith th e a c e and
c a s h e st th
th e d u o ac e before return- S outh
W est N orth
r th E a s t
ing a low diam ond. W est should
k
P ass
now g et
U e idea and give his partit tb
irt- 1 4
Pass
2 ♦»
Pass
n e r th ei club
cll ruff.
Ofcotu
o u rse y o u o r I. sitting West,
!St.
m ight have
ha^ shifted to clubs if left
eft ANSWER: Bid tw o hhej
e a rts . After
on play' aatt tb e end of trick one: but y o u r p a rtn e r reverses t
is to show 17c an you
IU pj u t y o u r h an d on y our p lu s points, you sboul
ould w a n t to
h ea rt and
md say th a t you would nave
'VC play gam e, but you do not know
done soJ for
fo sure? I could not:
th e i ^ t destination. E
By bidding
th e fourth suit, you will
vlll g e t to notru m p w hen p a rtn e r bh.a s a stop,
a n d if he does not, you
»rou can supp ort clubs, having s e tI u|
up a gam eforcing auction.
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p
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bath duplex. 1 car garage,
W /D h o o k - u p . f e n c e d
y a rd , n o p e ts/sm o k ln g ,
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$ 5 0 5 m o . * d e p . C a ll
733-8676
o r 539-5049*
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R T .8 7 4
700-000 blk U w rertce
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a o o o iN Q
R T .500
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300-B 00utah
R T.601
. 300-600 NcbrM ka
• 300-700 Or*gon
R T .604
800-1000 Wyomlna
800-000 O rtgon
R T .806
000-1300 CaJtromti
1000-1200 N evada
R T .8 0 7
100-300 N a b ru k a
400-000 3rd Ave. E.
R T .806
1000-1200 Montana
1000-1200 W astilngion
I v r C m » > C o . i» ) m
II you live no a r o n e of
th e se a re a s an d w o u U
like to b e a carrier
P lea ee c o n ta c t th e
D ie trfc tM a n ^
733-0W 1. e x t f i r
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m o ro to rallly p o so llo o n s.
Irom Perfect to dolaultod.
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to r in d e ^ n d e n tc a l^ M
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for D eeds of Trust.
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Call 208-738-2878.
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B U H L N M »3bdm i.1hbalh
No Smoking or Pots. $500
/m o $ 2 0 0 dop. 543-0950.*
BUI
BUHL voty cloan countiy 3
bd
b d rm . $ 4 0 0 « d o p . ref.
CoollS43w iei2. No p o ts.*
C
BOEN Nice 2 bdrm. mobilo
homo, incL appls..sanimt,"®'
Ion A storage. 423-5104*
nLER N lc o clo o n 2 bdr*n.
$ 4 50. 1 b d rm . h o u se
$295. $ 3 0 0 deposits. Coll
36e
366-7974
or 590-1580*
P M e Cabin mPM a for rent.
l.o n o o r e h o r l te r m . 3
bedroom. 208-587.7204*
T* Hi IN r A lL > N U I bdnn.
K
pata. CaM .7334608
JoUI>y lurnt*W > e d .a « u ^ .ln c 2 ;d e d .
2 A 3 b e d ro o m e .
, S ta rtn g a i$ 9 9 5 .
KentCoM ns733.5338«
t
S M LU
TWIN
a06^77*4S49
(S U W L S Y ) •
H L E R -3 b d rm 1 b a th ,
stove, refrig. W/D. Foncod
Vft*'
« « » a '? p T O & S *
QOG
lOOOING 2 b d m i. i b a m
SS450
4 ^ + S 4 S 0 d e p .1 p o to k .
n « smoklng/drug free. 8
Non
mo. le aso req. 934-4340*
IA2EUTON Renl-a-ronch.
bi
33 bdrm,.
2 bath. Country
livii
^S6S
& m ‘-o'! r $ 6 r o 7 .? ;
. 829-5527
82»
o r 731-422®.*
EROME 3 txirm. 2 tialh
flbl. w ide mobile ho m e
No p ets. $550
U n g term kiese.
324-8903 543-8342
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JERG
E RO M E Z bdrm .l b a t h '"
h o use on acreage,
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2 0 0 4 0 0 F Im o re
aOOOOOTaytor
tty e u V M n e v o n e c f
f fta a a a rM e a n d w o u k l
..V ll» to b a a c * n le f
“
P le a a a c o n ta c t th e
O le trk t M an ao er
877-4042 o x t 801 o r
80 2 o r e t o p b y t h e
B o r te y o ^ ^
1283 O v erlan d Ave.
(OM R o p e r BulMlrtg)*
■
dry room , ol’l hoat. bosom o n t. g a r a g e , h u g e
foi
foncod
yord. $500 month.
No s m o k ln g /p o ts . Roi.
required. C all543-65S3‘
BUi
BUHL 3 bdrm., 2 bath, mobbiiile h o m o . $ 4 5 0 m o . ♦
de Long lorm leose. No
dep.
m
pels.
Coll 543.8342.*
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In O fR u p tta r —
C U RREN T
WALKINQ R O U TE S
AV A IL A B L E
I
PU B U C SERVICE
MESSAGE
,BiQ p ro fits
u su a lly m e a n
b ig risk . B e fo re y o u d o
b u sin e ss with a company,
c hock it out with the Betlor Businoss Burosu. For
(re o in fo rm a ilo n a b o u t
a v o id in g In v e s lm o n t
scam s, wnlo 10 tho Foctoro l T r a d e C o m m is s io n ,
W oshington. D.C.. 20560.
or call Iho Nattonal Fraud
I n fo r m a tio n C o n to r.
1-a00-e76.7060.*
P le a a a o o n ta e t th e
M e trto t M an ag er
677-4042 e x t 001 e r
60a o r e t o p b y t h e
Bu rley o m c e a t:
1283 O v erta n d Ave.
(OM R o p e r Bulktlng)*
SH O SH O N E
www.vrcampco.com
i
W e a ra currently
accep tin g appllcallons
-to rln d ep en d en t cenier*
R T .413
100-300 W est A
100-500 W ea tB
R T .416
100-500 N .A ppla
500-700 W . ^
R T .4 1 8
100-200 E aat B
100-000 E aa tD
T W N FALLS
R T.TOe
2000-2800 S a oe brush
200-000 Trotter
R T .7 2 0
100-050 Aah
400-750 Blue Lakee
RT. 7 7 0
800-1100 Aapenwood
800-1000 O 'L aa/y Way
RT* 831
^
An calls confMeniiail
R T .S 20
300-000 laL Ava. E
tOO-600 2nd Avo. E
R T .630
100-574 Glacier
100*250 Mtn. View Dr
a o*ve^ 3 0 0 s ! 'M a in * !
$^4 4 5 /m o .. S 1 0 9 0 to ta l
m
'' ove in. Call 312WM49*
Bl H l^ Q u ie t n e ig h b o r BU
h
hood.
2 bdrm. 1 bath, g a s
t\
heal,
p e ts OK with dep o sn S400.00
II.
month.
TV F A U S Cozy 1 bdrm
TWIN
hom o . H b a th , appiiance s . g a s . h e a t, w a■ter/Iawncare Indd. $750.
Q U IE T n e ig h b o rh o o d . 3
t>
bdrm. 1 bath trailer h o u se.
e le c . h o a t. a p p lia n c e s ,
fenced w rd . S525. month.
CLO SE TO CSI 3 bdrm. 2
b a th h o m e . e le c . h e a t.
Partial fonced yard. $750.
THEMOMT
73»0738»
BUHL 2 bdrm., next to Mir.
a d o H o ta p rin g s . No
pots/sm oking. S400 mo. +
i$300
d e p . Call S43-8723*
—
736.8448 i
868.644.5219
JER O M E
It you live n e a r o n e of
th e s e a re a a an d would
Uke to be a carrier
P te a a e c o n ta c t th *
M e trtet M a nage r
B
T\
No manat how you tpand your
d ayi. clatiillM lili your
buty KlMdul*. Put dOMt.
n *r» uma-uvlng <jUMory
ol good* and MrvicM to
work lor you today.
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W ALM N O R O U TE S
A V A ILA B LE
C U RREN T
W AUO N Q RO U TES3
A V A ILA B LE
T
5 H 0 M I 3 bdm i, 1 b iO i.
dloe ci
ck , 2 c a r g a ra g e , n o
im oklng/pets. $ 8 0 0 , 1st.
L. aeal
s t ♦ d e p . R e la . r a q .
iROME 3 bdm i. 1 b a th ,
no
10 p
pets/sm oklng. $ 8 5 0 *
lap. 3 2 4 -3 2 3 0 .U M e 0 6 *
<J«Pj e [ROME
ro
D am ns 1 m
cotta
»r a a - a j a a s ’j ? .
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rto m
JEHrOS B E
M aradlsa Driva.
2bM
d rm . 1 b a lh , 1 c a r
oarao
■raga. U u n d ry hookup.
58
S a a okter. P r t v a t a a ^
324-3
Z4-3733or7St«a78l.»
I
& DRYW ALL
S P E C IA L IS T
General drywall repairs
Q
CA RPEN TRY , I
ETC.
t
bath,
finished basem ont.
g a ra g e. RV parking, wo- L an c e LeBaron
o r 300-1090
ier/sew erincl..$800-fdep. L 732-5904
i
576-0119 or 720-7739*
tW lN PA L L S 3 b d rm . 2
A
/ C O U S T IC A L I
b a th , co u n try ho m o , no
;
&
DRYW ALL
smoklng/pets, AC $800 «
$I 8 0 0 dep. 734-9967 *
BOB’S BEST
fv lN F A L i^ 3 bdm i. ly ,
tw
DRYWALL
bt>a t h s . 1 1 2 P h e a s a n t .
Custom Textures
J $650 « dep. 736-0322.
731-0708 (TF)
TV
TWIN
F A L L S 3 b d rm . 2
678-0901 (Burtey)
b lh hom o. New c a rp e t,
ba
ins
Insured • Free E stim ates I
N Smoking or Pels. $575 \ =
No
++ $ 5 0 0 d e p . L oca te d a t n n
ACUPUNCTURE I
2: Oth Ave. N .734.S329'
253
70
23b a th , p o s s ib l e l o o s e
7T h n e T rea su res
pi u rch ase. Olfice. 2 family
C
C h in e se M edicine
„ s, firep lace, appiiancrm
{ erbs, m a ssa g e, &
H
e^s . p a tio w /h o t tu b . no
TaichI Instruction
?
s m o k ln g /p o ts $ 0 7 5 *
available.
»
$600
dep . 735-0032*
By.
B y a p p t4 4 0 .1 2 8 9 (tec al)
^
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F
A
tl&
4
bdmi,
m
^
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bJ*a th , q u ia l. $ 7 6 5 /m o
A IR D U C T
$ 4 5 0 d e p . P e t CK. 208b9
690-2137
or 3e4-9t97.*
C L E A N IN G
sn j
b”d rm . 6 b a th , a c r e a g e .
Air Quality
$1300 o r soli. 733-1359
S erv ice s
in FALLS Nice 2 bdrm ,
/Air D ucts Fum ocos
^W
W/D hookup. Appls. Incl.
Di
Dryer
Vonta Chimneys
ca
Fenced
yard. $525 ♦ dop .
1Insulation Romoval
itla
f , o , am all 1 b d rm . new ­
732-8788
ly rem odeled, appls. Incl.
1-800-827-0181
^» 0 0 -f d ep , 326-4160*
h =
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fi t ^ A U ^ 6 m a ill bdnn P S
AUTO PARTS
h1o0 US0 . A ll u til s , p a id .
sa
U :25/m onth. 324-3317*
nTho B e stP rico o n
Wll4 f a l l s Ykly 3 bdrm ..
o'
Ouality
Brand Pansi
2} b a t h h o m o w /s ln g l e
iM agic Valley
gar
larag e. n o sm oklng/pets,
A uto P a rts
$l6
6 l0 0 'f $ 5 0 0 d e p . 1 4 1 6
2^ 26 Main Ave. N orth
W ls o n Ave. E 734-4504*
733-3388
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Sf DELL 1 bdrm ., g a s , |____
=
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cov
:overed porch, now car«t/paint,
ntoe
home.
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all
IB U S IN E S S
^
or a p p l t o a t ^ 838-2351*
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E N D E L L V ^ y n ic e 3
dm i.1 bath. $620 Avail.
TWIN FALLS
lo v .2 0 . 3 2 4 -3 0 1 3 o r
08-288.4316*
JPLAN ROOM
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Jo b s to bid lor alt
constnjctlon. Holf price
k
B lL
HL 2 a n d 3 bdm i. apt.
BUHI
f vv*a ll. R e n t b a s e d o n
^ com e. Can 543-8633.
lalHoualng Opportunity,*
S U <HL
f f b r i c k d u ;> le x . i
H C N ic e a lz e 2 b d rm
lit, R e lr lg . O ff a tr e e t
S?ill
tw im
1 bdrm.. unit
£ 1rtiood,
^
Ilh, w a te r /s a n ita tio n .
vn included $300. mo.
UKE N
I e w 2 bdrm . b a sa ment
ml apt. Apple, new carpet/>
M>alni. water/lawn c a re
an floor u n it Appllane,w a ta r/Ia w n c a re
m w
k i d e d . N o p M .|600,
BT n ¥ lg h b 6 rh o o ’d , 2
w ater
FRIEN
2 bdr
>drm u n i t A ppla. w ata r/ln
te jm ^ W o a ig W ;
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w
Interior painting,
sm all rem odels.
F ree estim ates
cCall
i Chuck Rogers
3 *I6MW I o r 731: 1301,
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C o n stru ctio n
and vinyl fencing.
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N eed em ptoyoes?
N eed a job?
)-5010or731-5122>;
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& Fenilizlng.
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all kinds o l musk;
Monroe A cross from
JSI.H rs: 12-8 Mon '
-Sat. 733 -7063*
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instrurr
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^loval. Trimming.
^ro p (^ g , Shurba.
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727-1267 cell,
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p in g , s h a p i n g , re
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w iraying
n
lonllUer, lawn
a e rarating
tln
A th a tch in g .
6 7 1-3476
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A sh a d e trees
MAI
ResW ontial A R anch
F A rail w ood lonco.
Pole
l
Repair
work, corrals.
^
MrtMd
wire, chain link,
p r iv a n fence. 25 yra.
exp. F re a aetlm a te a .
SC all 034-0918.
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AmIN T E N A N C E
lan
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*733-2402*
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New
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Shops
734-1531 o r 404-8626
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Mowing,
rolotilllng,'
lu
loading,
hauling. .
backti
ackhoe worit, moving
ndm ore. Any sizeiob
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“ • a1 . ' ? a ! £ 3 5 5 *
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735-1600
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bdnn. 2 bath, water, sottr-'.
fe r. 'tr e s h p d .. g a s h e a t,
fenced yd. No pets/sm ok­
lng.
" J- Avail. 10/01 accept­
ing applications. $650 -tdo p ,4 2 3 -6 S 3 1 h r.m a g .* » :
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' 7 ; ' " FA L L S F r e e L l i e t '
“Mo.
{L with prom pt pm ts. 3
Ddrni. 2 bath, oarage.CaM
?33-8207or734-4012i*;:
7”
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f wWTIN
? FA L L S L arg e 1
b>drm.
d m W/D hookup, ga rage,
■ago. $350/mo.+ dop. CaiU
208-:
208-324-3260 evenings* v
MN FALLS New 3 bdnPC*
bath,
22 “f
' S720/UP. O araM „.
rppls., D W . W /D hookup, •
^C. g a s heat, no sm okbu
736-0183 o r 308.0029*
VIN FALLS Very nice •
2 b d r m . d u p le x . G r s a t
kKati.
KatkM. G arage AC, DW.
W/D
1//D Ihookups. $ 5 7 5 * d a p
208-0
08-080-5833/ 3 0 0 0 M ? :
^ D S C A P IN G I F
PO LE BAHNS
'g
uaniy Work. Low R a te s
Pols
We tra v e L
324-7240
M
MAG IC TOUCH
For M yo u r Horn*
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737-0054
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25
2 5 yra Experience730-1849
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Comp
cm pleie sharpening,
Carbk
arbkfe A ste e l saws.
141
141Bracken St. S.
734-4050
^ H O U SE
C L E A N IN G
PERSONNEL
PLUS
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Custom kitchen at
i
factory
prices
R etired licensed General
C ontractor with over
2 5 ^ a r s exp^En)oys
I
Bluoprlnt copies.
I» £ r LV >4ar. nmdod.
I*??!
bdrm ($385). Studk>.all
utlll
tllltles b u t g a a ($ 3 4 0 ).
ochlncl.appls.312.2111*
8otf
WBffl
rtM P A L ia sm all, d e a n
jle t a p ts. No amoklng.
me uuis. Ind. 420-0230*
Sonw
D re ssage L essons
Driving L essons
W edding C a n la g e
Parly Facility
up to 200
[ h CT u l s F r i e s i a n
Time 734-8768
2!
1 3 y e ars of experience.
Luxury
1 . 2 A 3bdm i.*
L
Apts.
vVa
c, e n tra lh e a la n d a lr.'
.t
swimming
p o d , fitnees
c o n to r,buslnesscenter.
community n » m . frea
vMeo library, enclosed
• garagoe. 24-hr. .
onomergoncy maintenance.
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W II N F A L t S i d e u L f i u i e C - ^
2 bdrm , IM balh c c ( B * S
a" Pp p l s . w a t e r a n d y a v
c a r e fu rn ish ed . G a r tg a C '
w / o p e n e r . l e a s e / r a l . : ___
'r e q u ire d , $S 5 0 V d e p :c alf
7^
734-8258.*
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. R O M E 8. H AZELTON
. P o t a t o e s s t o r a g e s for
rent, 50,000 cwt b a y s at
S.25 pr cwt. Neil e 8787000 or Tom O 431-4539*
;POTATO STORAGE
J E ^ K ^ E Holiday Moiei
refrigerated. C lass A, d o se
iW dar new manaoem enL
to s h e d s & plants* C all
Nice, clean, comfortable
312-3002or438-0373*
toom s. 401 W. Main.
sTWIN FALLS Storage unll
324-2361*
' 5000 sq n wilh u p p er stor­
l ^ ^ f ^ A L l i k 6 d .--------a g e a n d o tll c e s p a c e .
fim^fcrowave & felrloerator
Localed a t 1920 Highlortd
l.'ptrreon $120 weekly
Ave. E, S1250 a m onth.
^ ^ $ 4 e M 733.64S2*
Contact Roland Peterson
i
734-1906
o r 308-3860.*
TAWH4 F A L L S M o l e l
and weekly ra le s
i
nb«tr R d . 733-8630* I
fa L ls m 6 te l3
I
■new manao«'»'8n‘
*
WANT lo rent 10 own m the
M agic V alley, a n y s iz e .
» c le a n ro o m s
Call 605-239-3709.*
TV w/HBO
f
2 - 1 ^ Ave W . 733-5630*
T » ^ ^ a L l S R o o m s,
i ^ w e e k . m ic ro w a v e .I
relrig. Ulllllles pd. C able■
T V jn o p et9.1201 Kimber.
l ^ m . or call 735.0232* I
I
f^ALLs Studio or 1
b d rm . a p l. availa b le . All
utllrtles ln c tu d ed « c ab le.
$420-$490. 733^8841*
BUHL 2 bedroom , in quiei
b a rk . $425 <■ $ 25 0 d ep.
H o p e ts. C all 543-6764.
731-5564 or 543-6087*
EOCN 2 bdrm. 1 bath on
p r iv a t e lo t. In c l.s to v e .
refrtg. & W/D. W oter, garb a g e p a id . $ 3 5 0 o n 6
riKa. lease, o r $325 on l
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IKIM BERLY S in g le w id e
J a n d n e w dou b le s p a c e s
a v ail. F r ie n d ly VJIIb b *
M o b il e E e t a t e s . A sk
a bout 1 month rent FREE!
C all 423-8283.*
T W IN F A U S ------------------R V S Double & Single
S p a c es available
CREEKSIDE COURT
146 A d d iso n A ve. W.
733-8841*
TW IN F A L L S S in g le &
i Doubki sp a ce s avail. Free
m onth rent. C a m e o Mob » e E sta le e .734 B064*
;
I
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BUHL Country hom e.
4 b d m is. $250-»H utlW es.
Call 734-3752*_________
TWIN FA L L S S 2 0 0 mo.<s S150 d o p. N oor collogo.
' Call J e t t 539-4310*
!
f V i ^ E N 2 bdrm.. 1 batn.
B x M n ic e . In c o u n try ,
p e f l/ h o r s e n e g o tia b le ,
p a l(423-4010 leave m sg.
r U C I^ IE L O 3 b d rm . I h
batn, wood stove, 9 miles
B a si of S h o s h o n e Hwy.
2 6 . $400 mo. $350 dep.
W 7-2007 or 420-7006.*
T W in^A L L S C iea rvQ tilet
S M rm . good cooler, m ost
Utlls, no p e ts, good neighbors, $365. 733-8234*
V
: S H O P P m O ^ cS lT E R
Office A Retail
H sH dnaek M a nagw nent
■T34.-4339 o r 342-7368
^ ^ M e d ^ la n s o r
> QM eral office building.
;2700 sq. ft. eight offices,
metrooms, ADA compliant,
! i ^ n g , n e a r Minidoka
^.'M e m o rial Hospital,
i d ^ m o n . W illconsU er
. ..le a se -b u y option.
Call (208) «M-S805* I
t W tP A L L S 5 suites ?rom.
2 0 '« q . tt. to 2240 a q. IL'
.75«/sq.U ./m o. Froo m o.
r e n t w / e v e r y 1 0 0 0 f t.
U a s « l for ly r . 830^807.*;
tW lH i^ A L L d Newly v a :
(ia te d office s p a c e s to rI
r e n t , d o w n to w n T w inI
flails. Both p ro le s sio n a l
o g d retail avail. 734-6832*
i W H T P A c a r ---------------f a l l s AVE7ACR0SS
!
PROM CSI. G reat localionI
«Odvvlslblllty. 1100 sq.ft.
k ^ t e d next lo OL EvansI
M ortgage D ept. $1.25m .
S a lt J . F ra n cis Florence
t33-7653.*
^ sh are, private bath. $350
Incl. utililes. 733.7631*
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CONNECT
WITH
CUSTOMERS
WHO
NEED
YOUR
SERVICE
i
■
r
e x c . riaing /» o « e (p a ln t/
g e ld in g ) . aaadlesO lke
rm ¥ l.ia ta rm a e 2 h o rse
Wa ^ 1 1 for Into 637-6296*
fi
t
A d v e r tis e in
th e
S e rv ic e
D ire c to ry
7 3 3 -0 9 3 1 e x t. 2
Q O A T S (2 )P y g m y
n a n n ie s w/1 k id e a c h ,
* J i 5 / p « / r . (1 ) P y g m y
billy, Fme. (2 ) moot go a ts
» t 0 8 acft.C all 934-6271*
QOATS AM body & m eat
; 10 goat hord. (4) full bkxxl
' B o re b u c k s . A /M r gpm.
o r wkntt* call543-9f i r
fM R S ^ ^ o ro u g h b ^
tall, dark & hondsom o.
1 1 y r s . o ld 1 6 h a n d s
g e ld in g . L o w er le v e l
D re ssa g e w /good a ttl.
W all s c h o o l e d , e x c !
h ealth A sound. S adly
o u tg ro w n . M o tiv a te d
seller. $45 0 0 .2 0 8 -7 88 5407 o r 206.720-7250*
H O RSE oektmg, very g en .
Ue. troll o r pleasure riding.
$700. 6 yr. okl big bia3(
m are. $500. 260-0576*
good Iran horse to r okler
f person, not to r h a rd u se .
■$800,843-6523*
HORSE Reg. Q H .1 4 y e a rs
, oM dun geM ln g ,4 H ty p e '
horse, M d g e n A , $ 12^ . offer. Call 543-5268.* .
HORSE registered 9 yr. old
b e a u tif u l, P a in t m a r e .
I
a. l l M R w . . l 8 .2 h in d * .
V l C l ^ b V . - 2 4 0 0 - '-rV ery n l« « r l2 8 0 0 /o f te r .
a , ( t ; w ljft^^ y r h e a d ^ 2000. A PH A am e TOM « .
■ly,'ranch b ro k e, b i s flip.
1-800-836.2878*
iP R A V ^n S F^lckupflekl
®r",
S p r a y e r , 6 0 ft. b o o m . 3
------ HEWARbl!-----$ 5 0 0 0 to r confidential inform ation le ad in g to Ihe
co n v iction of c a ttle ru s­
tlers vrho h av e stolen 80
heed.9 0 0 -1 1 0 0 tb .co llfo d
Holstein ste ers Irom small
fee d loi w est ol Jerom e,
P lea se can 208-589-7477
or206-661-Q471*
5
K am p c ro ss, ram lambs.
Call after 6 pm 423-8848.*
tom
Call 326-8681*
=5 ^
tR A C T O R C a s e 7 2 4 0
200hp 4600 hrs. A ssum ^
able { w ; 2 0 t t offset disc.
$9000. Call 539-5441*
IH 1 4 8 8 . tM
TFRACTORS
rA
5 2 8 6 ,7 8 Q M C10 W heele r, d um p b e d , '8 2 OMC
B o bU llsetfunk9adlng,72
F o rd 9000 ^double L bed
prtces.Z lm ecterln, $10.95
Soddle pannier $79.95.
RKIe sc ab b ard s, to r
sc o p e, $89.95. C heck us
OUI. M oon C re ek S to re
4 1 5 N. G re en w o o d
S h o s h o n e , ID 8 3352
kSH ER/DR Y ER Whirlooi,lg.
capacity, almond,
P<X
>
xc. cond.. $350. Range.
g IE,
| e lec tric, 30*, $100.
733
5 ^ H ANNUAL C ra tl A
e k e d f o o d s s le ii Oct.
th9-3pm . Potato b o r-11.
2 ppm
n . L ots ol nice crafts,
Sho
hop earfy for Chrtsunosl
2005
S MaMitonE KImberty.
C•naawada
ra
UMC:
»
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*
P: r E« E 2 E R M ed iu m a lz e
cche
h esi freezer, old, works
C
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Pro file. 3 6 0 d ie se l. 65K
miles, 11 ft bed whh stake
Ip o c k e t s . 6 s p d t r a n s .
g o o d r u b b e r . C all 8 3 7 6649 o r 637-4910.*
|
lEFRIGERATOR 3yr.old.
K enm ore, like new , icem aker, white. $400/offer.
PPI«
lea se call 410-2387*
frro
f oV E eledrtc. color-gouT
con
conUnuous
cleaning, great
cor
condition.
$75. Please call
73^
736-0940
o r 539-9940*
gyg
iT O V E K en m o re, S 2 6 5 .
Whirlpool w a sh e r. $150.
A lso d r y e r(n e e d s w ork)
free. 82^5537/731-4229*
V A SH E R M a g ic C h e l,
Com mercial Hoovy duly,
10 cycles Gold tone. $75
C a lI7 3 4 -« 9 7 r
_ _
^VASHER A ORYER
Jenn-A
Jo," ire excellent cond.
W hite, $ 2 0 0 /sei. P le a se
call 423-5042 afier5pm.*
J
‘iiSEr”
- WANTED .spud trucks.
llek) to cellar.
30fr0 4 2 0 .
S rS S :
{ 15aW
?!
»r.C aJI736-f«7.*
g
YA6K Every day iow------
r
IYER Kenm ore, whHo or
DRYI
tm ond. good cond.. $7S.
aim
^ arran t> y 7 3^ 8Q S ’
Wai
i^SHER A DRYER RCA
wrasher,
u
extra Ig. capacity
g -.gc y c l e . G E P r o f i l e .
writ
irln k ie -c are d ry er, like
noM
ew.$400/offer.352-4316*
ii
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l l . c h a i n lin k f e n c e
w//g9ate. 764-2492 Eloina’
CONNECT
W IT H
(C U S T O M E R S
W HO
NEED
rT R E S S S e t, q u e e n
C -------------MATTR
^009
U p to p 1 U
H P Pavillion,
j* '
3B , 6 0 0 m e g a h e r tz ,
MOB
70. Call 536-6730*
T ow or AMO 7 50M hz
PC^To
■U.40 GB HD. 256 MB,
K m odem , CD-R. Hop. LAN $ 3 0 0 . Q u e e n
iK reaaS 50.423-9241*
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VUES-NEWSFOR
THETJi
(UCTION ADS
AU
) THE AUCTION
ANCM
ON
e n u CALENDAR
m
DAYS,
MONDAYS,
®
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— . S EDNESDAYS
'"
AYS. ALSO. IN THE
^
S o rAT SM auve, v e lv e t like
n e w .$$125.
'
Call 324-3270
/e m essage.*
L E (o v a l)0 ro y h /ffw /6
c h airs,
lira, c h in a c a b in a t, A
le tt $900.738-4643*
buftett
r =
k <i4^ .
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elivored or You-Haul
oore's Inc. 423-5533
tE P L A e ^ ln e e r l
)lowof. Custom m ade.
8° od
^ , c o n d . R e a s o n a b le f i r eEp P L A C e i N S i 'R T
Br. Call 5 ^ 8 3 *
> i m bibee r i in e . S h o s h o n e
;-2389.*
F IR E ^
iw
i
lirewcood. $ 9 0 a pick-up
Id.
$
1
2
0
a
c
o
rd
.
You
load.
pick i
deikivi
> FIRE'
REWOOD F o r S a le l
I
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6 t hI A N N U A L
I
Will Deliver.
i NCO W M O B tL E
K-1379 or 404-6367*
I SN
734.1
C
o n sig n m e n t
E W O O D (a sp a n ] c u t I
Co
IA u c tio n
’'$ ? «30.
)I'split $150 delivered.
Steve
»ve o r Alon 934-9071*
I N q)vvSI
e m b e r 9 ,2 0 0 2
R rE
vv
EWOOD,
c u l up, $F o I
Cor
C o n sig n N ow »
r pickup
tood w ithout I _______
p e r^
^
e boards. 543-5735.*
\WKOM
H
q u*ot*w?ii<?.u^^*Baro^
ie t
>d. $30.733-3657*
used.
§ 1 5t5s 1(2) adiustobie extra
ig tw in s, $ 1 5 0 e a c h .
'^ 0 “ ”
p Z>ase
I call 734-8425* .
S E R V IC E
.
T E T AWerwdoZr
^A d v e r t i s e I n
$1S0.
Call
324-4150’
th e
c
INO TABLE new, o ak
^ r v lc e
h 6 choirs, $650. Call
D ire c to ry
4 3 6-1753.*_____________
6 -r
7 3.^;3 - 0 9 3 1 e x t . 2 rT?R E SS O u ee n pitiow
S re iT
_________ I _______ I
lor») sSIe t , $ 2 0 0 . Full siz e
Ittross s e t $100. E nd
LA>RGE
R
SE L E C T IO N Ol
moltr«
t a bDie,
le $ 2 5 . S o f o /l o v o
n eevw a n d u s e d 2 w a y s
50. Cell260-1714.*
radl
idk)S. Call 733-5470,*
$150.
L
H
M
I H
For
IREEN Trees. Great
EVERGREI
,m
™any
' types, sizes.
. potted 423-4532'
T R E E 3S Illd a h o H y b r i d
P o p lair,r , 66-1 0 II, p o tte d .
hoshono. 886-2390*
$35. Shos^
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c tlo a > d v M I> lt< g
o llee ia a e c o n t M t
I IIH o llo n it
JHI
20i
jh o lo n O i
Moke Offer
sit 734.3839*
u - ..
HRIDER Like new.
HEALTHRK
ne ed rssu lta .lt your
s r i jlazy
s a s m e.
o b o .Cc a, l l M a r v e l a t
l2 1 o r7 3 » « 9 ft8 *
733< 4211
iHiom m m ,
^
1N O M A C H m U ~
FACETIH
G r a v e s M a rk IV.
N ew . Q
lete w /eccessorles.
Complei
$ 1 0 9 5 .;
Md
^811
■ L i
* *
K O ir r THE MAGIC
XEY SECTION IN
a
LECTCO M FORT
se n b e d , exc. co n d .
2 ^)0." call 736-7478*
^ 1 A H unlergreen,
Ilo o s e c u s h io n s .
^ nfoftawe.
®
G ood cond.
S ? 0S . 735-9939*
,
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C laLs is s l f i e
d s
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d e liv e r , R a y O d e rm o tl
2 0 8 ^ 6 5 -M M N a m p a /
M u ^ k s s Office
Aiiprox. 600 sq.ft.
A l l S te v e to r m o rs Into.
•! e n tD eae aiMl o th e rs .
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LOC
hhai
a rv e ste rs, 4 5 0 0 s e rie s
ww/belted
chains. (2) Lock*
/t
w o o d ,2 row,windrowers.
w /b elted c h ain s. *74 IH.
1910A,
twin screw , 5A4.
'0
PS , new motor. 20 tt. Logg oo n s e l f . u n l o a d e r .
$7500/oner. Coll
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.ER Fri. A Sat.. Ocl 4th
n d S th . 9 a m T O ,2 p t n .
sta te S a le . Lots of misc.
nd antk)ues. 608 Adoll.
^ 8
$ 6 0 to $ 8 5 .
C all 423-5138*
H AY 2 n d A 3 r d c u ttin g
H
alp h o g ro ss, h o rso h^y.
small boles, $80 por ton.
Call 543-0995*
HAY 2 n d A 3 rd c u ttin g ,
H
small b ales, good quality,
te ste d , possible delivery.
Call 543-6211.*
HAY 3rd cutting, big bbles.
A pproxam otoly 4 5 Io n s,
S75. PkM SOCall436-700r
nH A Y 5 0 t o n s . 2 s i r i n g
" s m a ll b a le s , $ 6 0 a to n .
|P lea se call 7334J360*
cHAY 5 0 0 big Dales allalfo
h| a y . 2 n d . 3 r d , A 4 t h
,
cutting.
Cell 356-0160*
n
HAY alfalfa, feed er > dairy
quallly in ton b a le s. Coll
670-0597
o r 678-0597*
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q u all^ " srmiti b ales,
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n| o rain . $ 8 0 a io n . C all
326-3732 or 731-9768.*
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HAY
F e e d e r a n d so m e
,
dairy.
1 ton b a les only. No
, a ll to ts . M in im u m 1
sm
, i toad. Call 431-3429*
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Sot. 7.?
TWIN
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s, clothes, loys
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2» 9 1 3 E 3600 N.
4 -■7
7 (d a y s .........................................
(Skylone Park)= 5—
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N JFALLS Sot. 8-3pm.
s, tables, vanity, d ishes
1 5; -. 92 1 d a y s ...................................
rislm os Items, clolhos.
icnic table, moiai lown
2 2i -- 33 0 d a y s ...................................
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h a irs, bor stools, ond
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e I S a l. onlyl 8 am till
BED
qQU'
u e e n $ 1 3 0 , A X lo n g
evv e r y th l n g Is g o n e l 4
twtwin , $ 9 5 a lm o s t n e w .
Farr
CChi
h ild 's bike cort, S 7 5 &
nSecS 8s m ? s ,ln f!in l8“ ?
oys/glrls. Lambskin cool!
youth bed. $20. 7 3 6 -2 0 S r
boy;
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Sat. 8-4pm.
G o ro g e S a le a t
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N FALLS Sot. 9-3pm
>ome antiques, collodiblos
Sun.
Som
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< antiques. Red Wing.
an
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ble.
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c h ai i r s , e a r l y 1 9 4 0 's ____
___ a' t 20389 Hwy. 30*
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g}TUJl H L F r l . A S a l . 8 Singe
m a n d lols moro. At8-6ipm.
pm W e have furniture,
44ppm . T o o l s , c l o t h e s ,
t«irri83 y e a rs, evsrything
TV.i
V . clothes, bod, boby
household,
hoi
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mui
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m s t g o . 850 W. 450 S.
stuff
1 d knlck-knackes.
mk N o f O a s/s Stop-nmt».
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10 3 pm
pi .M uW fam iryyard
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fumiture. col^o ltetlb ies. 194 0 's g o s
M ie.
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Col
s ti b le e , b a b y i te m s .
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le ctU
s15yrs.ottraasurasA
5vi
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cwine
tT fvla.
s o ll e s i o r o o , b o o k s ,
^ N o ea rty salesll
ish Onlyl W m is S . of
cloU
loihes. croft Items A lots
C ash
irry. D ebbie Ln.*
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N IFA L L S S a t A S u n
lU R L E Y O d . 5, Oct. 8 .1 0 ____ !
m u g e S o lo .
JRTAUGH Sot. 10-4pm.
a^m t o 4 p m . E S T A T E MUR
few A okl etuff. Clothes.
m p o r'sh o lis . clothes.
SALE! Antique fumiture
C aan
-s,
and misc.
'O f f '‘d ishes, hom o decor.
A coOectables, TV. leait).
apppliances
p
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34 7 7 N. 4800 E .'
C h*
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am ount. Call 731-0741 or
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g othic, a n d lols of
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or280-0839*
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Soroptom lst. Fur- -i-wif
nN FALLS Frf. S a t 9-1 7^ N
^ FALLS S a t. 6 om 10
nlture, winter dothing. a i­
nltu
Indoor Salel
1 pm,
jm . T ools, nails, front
c
001
de trea su res, tires, •o m e Fumiture,
motor
>tor bike racks, lota o l
(hit
t h in s t e r e v e r y o n e . In<
tnt o t miscellaneous.
lots
Qood
od dothing. Table a n d
I
d e e r * In a lla y b e h in d
a ir s s o l. H o u s e h o l d
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M
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81 C a n d elw o o d A ve.
lo kaep the commth.
f n tb lc * ,m lc fo iw » ,- .
N D EU . Thuis. Fri. a n ^
c/ean,let^.work ' md liiM n ttb lt,lo v » M « . WERD
! t ? c ’!‘ $ 2 8 ^ » J ^ !
r n tt,
buftai. lova;
u e w b e c k o e m w t,im i l
S a1t Antkiue
1
tob'Btfter and show ou*
Is pool table, ski equipa n ttM C M tiro n it^ ,
kktop
in t. s ta re e , A m uch
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COUCH & l o v a i t t It.
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Sow T a ^Ig iw 'n c 'd I.. 881ld a by**Jd« rafriM ntor.'.S4B0.
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c * n 73 «^M 0.*
CRAFTSMAN anow fih
•r . track drtva.-Ze*. 6 i
forward. 2 r a v a r t t. Naw
N
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DISH NETWORI
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YOUR
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C L A S S IF IE D
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d u o P I C T U R I o r N ao a tlv a ooll
baautlful, 6 wka. oB;
0
Ih a l a t Filar T a lap h o n a
d. ts t.
8 E Idaho _potatoas in1 88C
Shota. $80. Can 831-81
•6111*
Ib. baga. R ad s. Rusaatta
letta ■ offlea bultolng. 326-4672*
2*
v e l l o w l a b r a [d5 ip p - - « Y u h o n a 7 3 4 ^ 8 t- a v a a '
W A N T l b ^ i b a r g l a al a
p u p a . A K C. a x e . bla
ed
b lo o d TOM ATOES $13rt)ushal.
iinaa. OFA e«rtlflad.
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M l* e .p * p p w « 'S 1 .0 0 /tb .
Shota, worm ad. dawciai
P » a a * call 206-326-4070*
M a t a a S 3 0 0 . f a m na ia la s
^
$ 4 0 0 . R a a d y to flo 0
m e n t I n e f i 9 l ? g ^ t g a».!
9 th . C a ll 4 3 6 - 8 8 6 0
so
faad ara, w haals. act. Also
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w an tad . youth's, w aslam
ITT
M ddla. 3 2 ^ 1 3 * ^
SONY 2 7 Inch TV. (air con203 WAt#Tmo Large Evargraen
^dltton,$78. Call 423-8203
an d d a d d u o u a iraae.
la ava m asaaga.*
—
C a n D $ B T rao Parm
L O a* B P L IT T E R 2 0 tc
M 4 ^ M .*
8.0 HP motor, o n wha«
WANTED
g o o d c o n d itio n . S8C
OLD BEER CANS ^
734-9408*
;
Especially the kind th at r^^
Q O C A R T 2 8 a a t a r w/
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q u ir e a e a n o r b o ttle
I M
sh o ck absorbara/rolt bar.
3or.
o p a n a r . C a ll D a n O
H H
call 731-7331*
®
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303-618-t882*
W A N T E D l l v a t r a a a . W A fO ED O M 0 a a p u m p e
lu r a
S p m ca . crab, plna, aspan
B I B F L o c a lly P a si tu
o r M a a ta tJ o n f ta m e .
la n ft
A o t h a r s I g / a m a l"l .•
T o p money paM.
rtvjla. .20e-76a^2fl76* ,
_
T ony 206-666-0274.*
h a l v a a ft q u a r t a r • W ANTED D isnay m ovias
laa W A N T IO V intage Barbie
c a n Chuck 843-8132*
Z____
a n d othara ♦ a W ooden
Mn
dolls e n d ctothlng. 1 9 8 9 sw ing s e t tor raaso n abble
le
O R A PE S rtow raady.
1 9 7 9 . I n te r e s te d In e s U pick. Concords.
I.
p r ic e . C a ll 7 3 3 - 6 8 3»8■. - ta la s an d cdlectlone. CaU
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Can 8 3 ^ 2 2 8 4 o r 838-842
5421*
Anytlmol*
733-1322 or 733-9668.
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HARLEY DAVIDSON '9«6
8TAIRMA8TER
B a d B o y , $ 9 0 0 0 . C a llII
734-0696 Iv m a ssa g e, _
206-680-3893*
W AffTEO W oodoookstove
HARLEY DAVIDSON '0 S
0
(prefer oidsr model) m ust
"
D y n a W id e o lid e , E x e.
b a In good corxl. and not
>
^
c o n d ., tots o f c h ro m e ft
too large. ao«>7$»>4842’
;
_
extras, tow miles, trouble
W A M T ID : A i d e r e a m>P
p
free, $16,400 76»-9469!>.
tr a lla r o r fla tb a d n a e d ln g
' f HARLEY D A V ID SO N ‘01r
w o r l<(up to 2 0 ' lo n g ) ft
2
Ja
683 XLH. Mfnt cond.. tow
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m
is . S e r io u s I n q u ir e zs
ptkaea ^ ^ 6 a ^ ^ l *
only. 736-7677 Iv. mag.*
HONDA 7 2 Trall-90. hl-to,’•
re a d y lor h u n tin g , n e w
s e a t ..2 4 0 0 m l.. $ 6 0 0 ''.
E c i c r m r f f c T O T E HR
324-S663or731-0320‘
.
J a z z y for h a n d l-c a p p e d
[2 HONDA !96 S h a d o w 6 0 0’
p a rw n . red. S tre et & side
t
lo w m i s , e x c . c o n d .walk usable. $2000/offer.
■ $2600/Olter. 410-274S*
CaU 878-3028*
f l L i f i l N d & a t h c h a i r~. HONDA 90 Trail c y d e. Uke;
d
new. w/low rang e option,
).
$998. Call 7 3 4 - ^ *
_ R 0L A R I8 *01 S p o rtsm an;
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4 X 4 , SOO. 4 w h e e l e r .
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O re a t c o n d .. low m ile s.'
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734-9025 o r 737-0304*
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YAMAHA W . VX780. new
tir e s , e x c . c o n d . $ 3 200/
offer 2 6 0 ^ 5 6 3 / 280<g29*
Va MAHA '9 8 Virago 760
Low mla, w /saddie b ags &
w indshield, 2 -tone paint.
$3200/offer. 736-2040*
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W as •3,995 S a v a '1 0 I1l1l
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work, excellent ski boat, if
5 R O K O N '9 9 2 x 2 H o n d a> It c a n puU m e o u t of the
H '9
w ater, it c a n pull you outi
FL H .anortolnal.47K m tt!! ' m oior. factory conditionI
$38 95.3 2 4 -7 * 1 *
M
$2100/ofler. 3 2 4 ^ 5 3 *
$8000/off«r. 886-2405* '•
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$3278/offer. 366-7141'or
. 9 34-64M a sk for Justin*
VaMAHA '01 Kodlak, 4x4.
139 mllee. like new $8000
call 366-7189*
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diesol, ABison trans, '^
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27*
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2 3 'T a h o e a lld e o u t,
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948*
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i ^ l & h o r s o Murcury moto
Nos.
Call 934-8924*
" j ■ Ford V10, 12,000 miles
• J j i o w t r a i l o r . 2 dl oo 's
oyr
slide, m ost options, exc
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$ 5 6 ,5 0 0 . c o n sid er tradi
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l o o t . G o o d c o n d itio n ,
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$ 500. Call 734-7962.*
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9^ CIM M A RO N '89,d0lU X 0.
45K miles, n ew tires; lota
loti
2 9 It. A C. aw n in g , se ll01 e ic tr a s , e x c . c o n d .
coot., Uke new. 676-7434*
$29,500,436-1995*
'' ftft O v e r S h o t c a m p o i
___ _COMPANION '9 6 27lt.
i.\C^
K d U D A Y R A M B L E R9 ^7
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Ic
N ow condition, (n o slide le
Motor homo. 36ft. C lass
;*.-4)ox. h o a lo r. b ig c lo3ssoo t.
s AA
outs) $9500. 862-7817*
27K m is. Im m a cu la te*•. :p GREAT DIVIDE 77. 2 0 ft..
II;. > 8 SO/orior 543-0995'
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TVs. VCR. satellite mount
AC. slovo. rolrig.. shower.
2 A C S . b a c k - u p TV
-c a m p e r ahoii'vi/M ipoi k!
S 5 0 .0 0 0 . P o s s ib le
'U t o modol Ford, kjogboc
P“ »'"P<io"- 539-5441*
4 T l00.C all678-4196* '
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1ST CLASS. Air awning 2
f Q i A s s r n e com po
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ood condition. Cloon.
h e a te rs cen tral vacuum ,
r
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S4500.
Call886-2646*
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460
storago. 4k O nan gonora423-5858 or 280-2579*
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ling
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od
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Cal
1996 & 1989. to tow a n
nk model. NAOA S t t ,260r: 208-720-7190.*
A c c o r d . $ 1 5 0 e a cc hh
soli S10.200.734-6852I^ ^ R T H STAR '9 7 Cftmpe
C0II423-5114*
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P ^ ' p - u p . 8-. $4000. Cal
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u s e d 5 tim e s . Ju st lik e
C hasski, 12 It so la dinette
■tto
now . L oadod w /opiions.
Mounted on 78* F ord , PU
r^'
slide. Onen 4 kw g eneraraG
roat
price! 532-4859 o r
j ; flu n s good. 544-2667*
tor. leveling jack system
im.,
832-4168*______________
. SAVE. ON. SHELLS
S
s le e p s 8 , 14K. re c e iv e r K n "9 4 1 9ft., solf-coniainod.
S'* 50 USED Cam per Shells
alls
hitch. O nly 8 0 0 0 m iles,
a w n in g , e x ce llen t cond.
Big tnjcka/small trucks.
ks,
tik e n e w . $ 4 3 ,5 0 0 ,
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Please coil 733-2733.*
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T s L A Y T O N '8 8 2 9 l t . 5 th
K - 7 8 8 - 5 7 4 1 o r 7 8 8 -2 551
1 22 MOUNTAIN MAX ‘00. 515
X).
w hoel. Very low mis. Uke
fc» Iw w . Ask for Jim.*
miles. hjnlfunllunlS5100.
ne w co n d . N ew awning,
B
Cau 734-0721.*
77m ic r o w a v e & A C . S th
H
PO L A RIS (3) Indy T rolls
w heel Included. $6500.
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536-2511 o r 539-4630'
™
alt oxc. cond.. $5000 lor
7
PALAMINO *90 len t trailer. ^
all. 308-0289 altor 5pm.*
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u rn a c e . Ice box, slo v o , 0
r - ' W essen mag. 1 box shells
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s
l e e p s 6 , $ 1 0 0 0 . C a ll
•
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734-4769.*
(
Call 3580342.* ___
$1995. Can 324-6392*
b l i J F L E S a v a g e 3 0 - 0 6 . PO L A R IS '0 0 RMK 7 0[50 ,- ROCKWOOD ROYAL '9 3,
3 0 ft, like now. lots olck3S5^ JS real cood. Incts. scope.
>P«.
1 1 0 0 m il e s , n o w lo n. gg
e t a n d sto ra g e . AC. lur« a s e . sling, box of ammo.
^ 0,
tra c k . Very c le a n s le dy,
. ||
no CO. micro, slovo. lg re5375/offer. 260-3611*
$ 5 l0 0 /o llo r. P lo a se call
Irig. tub & show er. TV am .
^
625-5262
or
731-5211*
: - R lF L B M odel 7 0 H e a v y
_
a w n in g . R e a d y to p o ck
V a r m in t 2 2 3 , c u s toom
m P O L A R IS '0 2 RMK BOO
)0
S15.000. Call 825-5059.*
trig g e r & stock plus 500
VE. 156-. black w/cover,
SU NNYBROOK *97 C K S ^
Tounds. M o u se r 98 300
$6600.934-4288:fr
2 6 lt. w /sm alt slid e, te a l I
• ; W S M . h e a v y b a r r e? li ,; SKIDOO '01 Summitl 600,
'Vcolor, electric hitch, excel- P
; ■ ^ 2 x 8 x 4 0 s c o p e , to t a l
144* track . W ile's sle d? .;
lont cond. $ 12,000 nrm.
• ; c u s to m . S 5 5 0 e a . or
$ 4 5 0 0 / o f f o r . C a l'■l
423-6119o r2 8 0 -2 5 8 1 *
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436-2365*
T A U R U S '8 5 2 3 tt. E x c.
S j> 1 b ^ E W inche ste r Model
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P - S O . 3 0 8 c a l i b e r . w /4 x
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converter. Call 73 3-3614* I
p - « c o p e S350. 423-4455 or
F 734-2230 ask for Ron*
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:r
for the winter? Park modi5T
BiQ-FOOT G o o se D ecoys,
ol, 40lt. w/2 tip outs. S e e
K -I n c lu d e s 30/30 w /scope!
pe.
Held S f lo a te rs. G & 3H,'
l < 7 2 w /scope, 45/410 barlarduck S goose. Now wind
•;* r e ls . Browning 2 0 gauge
>ge
a c tiv a te d lil e r s . F in a l
l)um p. 539-9528*
approach X-Land'r. Avery,
yTRAILER CLOSEOUT
B
a n d H o n k e rs S u p r e m, o '9 7 Prowler 24 ft., smooth
■
hunting blinds. 734-2060f .
wall nico
269 V, A d d iso n A ve. W.*
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'9 7 Prow ler 2 3 ft,, lood■
KAYAK Uke new . Dagger
9r
od, quoen bod
t n i O E R 4 person, exc. consnOutburst, w/spray skirt &
6
'9 6 M a lla rd 2 4 ft, v o ry
I « l i l o n , $ 2 0 0 0 . C aa l l
floatation bags, S400/OBO
0
alfordablo
7 8 8 -5 7 4 1 o r 7 8 8 - 2 5 1 22
:: 734-4008.*
'7 5 Vacationoor
—
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'6 8 S h a sta , small 16 ft.
KTSwvo your cwn flow p«oW«<n»
B e rt H arb au g h Motor*
; ."by MDing th* llemt you no KMp an oyo on eiauii>»0r .
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hauling lirew ood. $
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1600- 4211. $ 1 6 ,5 0 0 . ‘6 7 FoNe
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;
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655-4355 or 731-4351*
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90riginalow nor.$11.500.
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74K miles. $18,800.
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6 spd. Im m aculate cood.
Call 543-5564*
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T e r r y '6 1 2 3 f t . S e l f
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$10Q0/offer, 644-1325.*
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' air. c nilse. tilt 4 sp d . runs
g r e a t $3299.733-7062.*
FORD '8 8 }4T XLT, 302 V8
u to , lo a d e d . M ust aell
;, a$2800.
Call 733-1515*
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$4950 C aa 837-4007 dir*
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g r e a t c o n d . G o o d work
truck. $9500 543-0995*
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ISUZU “M Trooper 1LS.67K
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$10,000. 733-6683
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na 308-1730 o r 737>26
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Kter, 5
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mi is s ie n s , 1 o w n e r, ex
c o n d itio n . 1 SOK m itt
$a,000. Can 768-5803.
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warranty. Excollont^ ce
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'fokoo
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Colt Manuel at 73 1 .60S
F O H b ‘« i L Y b 4 a6991*
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a u to m atic, lully loadc
$1900/oftor68Q-1176*
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c o n d itio n , u n d e r 3 7
$ 6 0 0 0 0 ^ 7 3 3 - 3 4 3 0 *mint
37K .
FO R D -og Taurus, 26 30*
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$aS00/oHer. 733-1359*
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tlon.A T.$9SO. 735-115
on d l' q r a n o a m *0 0 , d iiw
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liver.
over p aym ents 733-170
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G ood conditk>n, $1900.
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