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JR L E Y - It alm o st so u n d s lil
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lerella story.
le Oregon-based Nike Inc. is looking
loo!
laho and oth e r states as candid
d id ates
I prince o f an expansion —nan
nam ely
5,000) m
new jobs.
t thc M agic V alley m ight n ot:bbee t h e
n g h t: fii
fit. Its relatively small w ork
k fi
force
mightit rii
not ju st d oit.
ive thousand jobs sounds aw ful
u lnr ic e ,
the
he M ini^Iassia a re a couldn’t han
hai d le
V a l l ■EY
e '
a g ic
:
sTike, M
I a g ic
e a t h e r
Today: Mostly sunny
ly eand w anner
w ith highs in 65 to 70
70.Wrmds5-10
m ph. Lows tonight in the mid30s.
M
m
OSHA probe: Agency-l
ylooksinto
front-end loader deatl
iath Ih u rs d a y
P ageB l
About INikeInc.
ent Commission.
n. "' I t’s tem ptf,Ding,evelopm
b u t realistically, thV
e A
M ini-C assia
th a t an d 5,000 jo
jo b s w ould ju st overw hdm us,” said L- a n y Roberts, d iainnan
of
th e
M inii-C a s s ia
E c onom ic
are a couldn’t handle that at
it oo;n e time.”
“It’s not been brought up,
jp , ju st in conv e rsa tio n s about w hat ifs,"
fs," sa id K ent
Ji
J u s t, ex e c u tiv e vice presitl
js id e n t of th e
T
Twin Falls Area Chamber of
of Commerce.
B
But even if, the area m ay n<
'
adequate population to fill thc
Those jobs
"Fm not losing any sleep? oo^v e r ,t,” Just
added.
“It was a general introduc
ductioi, to the
s tta te s , ” s a id M cClain Rlaa m
n se y , Nike
sp o k e sm a n in B eaverton,I, C
O re., about
□ F««W lni964.
□ C o tp o cA h ead q uuortets
a
In ecawrton, Ore.
Qlitaofictjir#f,desl{
rsIgnondmartaUngofatfr.
letic ftjotwar and optsppanH.
QAoulrevmMr/Ux
towt $3.7 billitfi.
'oyofCixjxnto
company representatives
re
m eeting Id;ih<
daho
Gov. PliilBatt
Ba last Thursday,
T h e proj;
o p o se d ex p an sio n w o u ldi bc
be
composedI ofo executive and derical'posi.
positions becau;
luse most of Nike’s production
;tion
takes places
es outside the U.S., she .said,
i,
“ Miw.. las
In. had a wonderful co u p le oi
le of
years,” she
le said. T h a t's one re a so nI for
.hecxpeclc.
ted 5,000 jobs in tlie n ext four
fnu:
a n of Idaho has a shot a t fitting
ting
ms it’s n o n h Idaho, said John
olm
Please see NIKE, Page
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givee timber
funcids back
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The drill Is gone: Twin
j
in Falls
dentist u se s device to repl;
jplace the
d re a d e d drill.
Tha A ssociated
:ed Press____________________
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S p o r t s
’
In the zone: The Arizon
zona
W ildcats got a b it of re’
revenge
Friday, knocking thei m
nation’s topran k e d team o u t of the
Jie NCAA
b a sk etb all tournam ent
jnt.
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a - l
B B Q n n
y offensive:
ir a verbal
S ftS ffig B g
taught from
r coadi, the
Golden
les staged a
rally Friday
ueiuwm
eat Ricks-
a r i d hheea d in to ..........
«8 County SherffT# Deputy Mott Edei
™nF«Ilji
Eden routes four emus down o dirt
rt road and away from A ftl« n A
Avt
vanoe Friday moming. The four fli;
capMi from Oaydtesn Raach « o dLwandtred
«a
around nearihe Twin f« t h Mmttelpal QotWoorse bafon
fofe-lteTn^ c a u g h t.
today's finals of the M
d
kIcDonald’
s
SlugouL
mu en<icounte endss quiet]
P a g e s?
h v l
71me»Now»
nrswrttor
Celebrating Easter: NazE
azarene
church stages a musical
:al drama.
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.
T n o c ck
k of four o f th e flightless bird
)ird s
flew thle
e coop
c
a t D a y d rea m R a n c hh iin
R ock Crec
reek Canyon about 8 a.m. F rid
id a y
nn g
m o rn inlg,
g , a n d lik e a n y b o d y a lo
G ra n d v/ie
ie w D riv e o n a b rig h t su lo
nn;
morning, headed
h
toward Municipal Gol
Course.
L ast tno
month, fo u r ste e rs escaped thi
th e
Tw in Falls
ills Livestock Commission p e nns,
i
and d tizen
tens handy w ith ropes rode toI ihi
th o
re s c u e . But
Bi w hen d isp a tc h e rs F riddaa:y
! got about 10 phone calls re port
» r tS S flight, it fell to depudes alonee to
t<
corral choc
le critters.
when1 T
T w in F a lls C o u n ty S h e r iff ff’s
’j
D eputy Ma
Mati Eden arrived on die scene
sne.
th e birdss were
w
a t th e golf course, poking
ong
through th(
the parking lot, and worse, getget
ting in tlic
he way of duffers headed to th
ihce
links.
“ T h e gol
g o lfers sa id , ‘T hey w e n t thh aa tt
Iden
said.
“The
em
us
w
ere
ju
st
w ay,’'’ Ede:
iust
o u t th ere2 walking
w
around.”
E d e n go
got th e b ird s h e a d e d o ff th e
c o u rse and
m d back in to th e canyon, bb uu tt
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Club profile: Find out all
aU a b o u t
the 2 0 th C entuiy Club3 aajn d h o w
t h ^ a re working in your
nity.
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S u n d aAyY
The cycle begins: Farms<
a season in
)ring
M ini-Cassia reaches sprir
speed, b u t this year, it runs
ru; a t a
d ifferent pace.
S e c t io n
S e c tio n A
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Nation......S4,8
Reilgion.......5-7
World,.,:.....9-10
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s ei C
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S e c tio n B
Magic Valley..14
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Carl Hansen of Buhl sold Ws Honda
'^whe6ler In 1 day by using
Tlmss^ews ClassMed.
7 3 3 -0 9 3 1 , Ex
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t
c.
E n v iro n mnee n ta lis ts say it w o u ldd
re w rite th e N ational Forest M anageaid N ational E nvironrr.:;italil
^cc and
{’olicy Act .so
0 a s to erode protection of
)f
dlife and accelerate logginga
' ^'^h and wildli
nds.
federal lane
The newspa
paper ad said Craig’s d ra ft:t
bill is "rem ark
rkably similar” to a long listit
of legal ciianf
nges suggested by tim b e r
industry lobbj
byists in recent testim onyy
ress,
before Congres
C raig, th e re is an a p p e a r“S en a to r Cr
^nce of impro]
ropriety here that does no0
justice to thos.
oso who m ay suppon y o u r
legislation,” th
the non-profit conservation1
group said in th
tli e ad.
It sa id a re v ie w o f rec o rd s a t t h e
F ed eral Elect]
ction Commission show edi
C raig receivei
/od S46,500 from tim b e rrelated politici:
ical action committees an d1
a n o th e r SG1,2E
,291 in contributions o v e rr
S200 ench fror
om individuals associatedI
'vitli the timlier
« r industry from 1991-96.
F ranzen sait
lid C raig works to g a th e rr
inform ation an
and opinions from a w id e
variety of group
'ups, induding environm entalists.
;
I
T!5i
he A ssociated P n»s__________
;_____________
SAN FR^
•RANCISCO — T h e p la n n e d
shipm ent of highly radioacdve spent fuel
id
ro tk througf
ugh San F ra n d sco Bay to Idaho
h as angered
•ed local offidals who on F riday
king to have th e state attorney
lock th e federal program.
The U.S.
3. ID epartm ent of Energy backs
ks
th e shipmcn
ients, saying they will take dangerousnucle
idear m aterial from Asian reac1CJ0P5 a n d p m
put it in U.S. hands, out o f th e
reach of tem
errorists o r rogue states,
L a t e r th
i y e a r , th e fu e l ro d s a r e
chis
s c h e d u le:d
d ito b e g in p a s s in g th ro u g h
C alifo rn ia,
] evada a n d U tah on th e ir
Q, N
EEL
>vay to INEE
ll officials say passing the shipd e r th e G olden G ate B rid g e
gh the San Frandsco Bay a re a
ngerous. “I d o n 't th in k t h a t
th e y ’ve adet
clequately addressed som e o f
th e safety concerns,”
co
San Fnm dsco Bay
‘y
C o n s e rv auti(
io n
and
D e v e lo p m e nnt
Commissione
3ner Craig Johns said Fnday.
ifi
Aldrin, Oth
:her boosteers hope i
to launch vacations:
^
in space
:s
,
J
strai
:rategies w ith Bro^vn and Cart
:arter, Eden
mad
lade thc m istake of letting his dog out
off his
hi p atrol c a r for a break. Ed<
E d e n is one
offth
th e county’s K-9 officers, a nd
ndw
' hile his
canii
m ine p a rtn e r, Ukas, is highly
Iy sskilled at
sniff
liffing for drugs and appreheni
lending bad
guy*
uys, c a ttle d og isn’t p a rt of
o f che jo b
desc
ascription.
Ba move. The emus took an immediBad
a te
d
e dislike
to Ukas, even fromI a cdistance.
’‘Em us don’t like dogs. They
;y ttook him
'W e h a d a m is n w
mti 'mgatus, and
as; aa th re a t,” Eden said. “W eJ hi
h a d em us
inning
a
t
w m m i’tquiiesL
sumxiJmtlodo:
Xfiat
I to do.”us, and we weren’tt qqiu ite sure
Th em us w ere dosing quickly,
The
kly, too,
“T h e y ’re lik e little ostriches,
—M a tt E d e n ,
ie s,” E den
_
id.
T w m F a lls SShh e r if f s d e p u t y
Ed
E d e n h u s tle d Ukas b a c kk in
ii to th e
-------------- -------------------------------------------pacrc Itro l car, a n d the three office
'ice rs managed
ed to rout th e emus. Or a t le
leaast blunt
A lternative School scudencs
sl
along th e
th e c h a rg e enough to g e t thlie
e qi u a rte t
way. “Tliey did not w:
w an t to go into that
headi
ad ed back into the canyon.
canyon,” Eden said,
Th
T he b ird s w e re safely coTrra
ra ile d in
Herding em us is noc
oc a standard p a n of
aboui
o ut a n hour. Tliey were well<a
1-cared for.
a deputy’s craining,, E
£ d e n said, though
Eden
len said, ju st out for adventure.
we.
he’s a veteran of cha;
la sm g pigs through
An
(Vnd y es, Idaho code does co n ta in a
Buhl and c attle throu,
)ugli Twin Falls. So
provi;
svision for em us at large.
th e pros came in.
“A<
‘A au a lly , I think it’s d ie same
m e a s liveRange D e p u ties D
D ja rr e n Brown an d
stock
d c at large, b ut it does stater tii:
tliat tiiere
Tom C arter joined t lie
:
,e roundup.
is acc
I code for em u,” Eden said.
“They w ere in towr
v n ,” E den said,
—
-----------and they know how to0 1h erd.”
Tin
rimcs-Ncws s taff writer K entt M
McCIcary
• W hile c o n fe rrin g5 io n e m u -h e rd in g
I bc readied a t 733'C93}, Ext. 23.
canbc
238.
T
ated P r m
ThoAMOclatw
.f
^ I _ _
n IA /
U X y
went ahead to Daydi
^dream R andi to g et
some assistance. Eve
vetyone a t the ranch
was gone, however,
Larry Holland, own
vner o f the birds, was
a tte n d in g to bu sinn te s s in Las V egas,
according to ranch em
;m ployees.
And w ithout guidar
ance, th e birds, naturally, headed back: cow
t. ard the greens,
p a ssin g b e m u se dd M agic V a lle y
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Classlfed
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'J FALLS - W hen steers g et loos
loose
I Falls, every able-bodied citize
tizen
0 the rescue.
When1 it’s
it' emus, officer, you’re on yy oo ut r
A m endm ent prohibitss oo:r d m a t i o n
of sexually-active sin^ej
jle s.
C o m in g
s r
By Kentt M
<
McCleaiy
R e l ig io n
Presbyterians and gays:
ir flightless
^
WASHING
'IGTON — Sen. Larry C raig is
proud to ha'
lave lim ber com panies’ suplipp o rt a n d rc
r e je c ts a n e n v iro n m e n ta
tn l!
group’s reqU'
luest that he retum S107.000
HM)
in cam paigi
ign c o n trib u tio n s from thhee
industry, h is
is;spokesman s.iid Friday,
"Senatorr (Craig doesn’t apologize for
receivingcnn
ontributions from groups that
lat
provide jobs
bs and incomes for fam ilies
ies
and hundred:
L'ds of western communities,"
s,"
said M ichae
le l Franzen, spokesm an for
the Idaho Re]
Republican.
T h e In laan
n d E m p ire P u b lic L a n ddss
C oundl of Sr
Spokane,
Wash., took
an
a y ’s edim T
le Idaho
W
ni
newspaB
per
o ise . It
u rg e d Cra
raig
re tu rn S107,
c o n tr ib u tio i
re c e iv e d fo r th e
B \L
19%e!ection.
a ck th e
“ G ive bac
Larry Crolg
tim b e r
m o n ey .
Show th e pec
-eople of
Idaho that yo
you r'epre.sent them, not the
lie
tim ber corpor
oratioas,” the ad said,
Craig, d ialirm
ir an of tlie Senate E nergy
Resources subcom m ittee on
and N atural R
forestry, will1 be
b in C oeur d’Alene, Idaho,
0.
Tuesday to host the last in a serie.s of
t)f
lal w orkshops on his d ra ft
congressional
ft
legislation to3 rrew rite forest m anagem ent
It
|
Space accommodations, su(
hold huge potenUnI fortourli
i'if/i fk /d fk /I x jiY ills fo r
] R E M E N , G erm any —- DDo n e th e
B
African safari, the Anrtic cruist
uise and the
Z^/V-ff7JV/4
v ify s p o n s zivtiM /M ! a
d im b u p M ount Everest an
m d looking
,
fo r a new , exotic travel dest
a lly J t m p ! m \ '
e stin a tio n ?
How about space, tlie final fror
F o rm er a stronaut Buzz Ale
A ld rin and
- P a t r i c k C o lli n.s,
o th er space indusuy spedalist
Jists m et at
an international symposium
TI F riday to
J a p a n c i c s c R o c k e t S o c ic ty
h elp launch th e space tourism
i
;m industry.
B ut d on’t pack your bags
gs ^y e t: T he
industry to dev.
evdop tlie space ports a n d
first flights a ren’t e xpeaed for
for a t least
otlier.infrastru
ructure needed for space
25 years.
tourism to rea
c ally ta k e off. T hey w ill
Tlie o pening of space to thc
i
he suitcasealso need relial
iable, reusable rockets —
and< am era set has enormous
us jpotential
with big wiiido<
lows and room for a t least
for grow th an d profits, boost
lO ste rs say.
SO passengers,
<.
Surveys show 70 percent ofif J;
Ja p a n e se
“Creauve fininancing-methods have to
m d 60 p ercen t of Americans
IS aa re inter- - be lo o k e d a tt,', ” sa id E rick S ta llm e r,
jsted in a trip off thc planet.
' ,
,
director o f the
he S pace T ra n sp o n atio n
Y e t w ith to d a y 's te ch n oolo
lo g y , th c
Association, a1 U.S.
1
aerospace industry
:osts ^vould b e astronomical.
1. A
A nd govtrj, J e group,
jrm
nents
have
been
cutting
S]
Af
I
such
a plan would cnsc
od ri th e ir national space progra
w ho y ou ask an d w h a t
ncreasingit.
fot
So,
p
artid
p
a
n
ts
say,
it’s
up
to
y
private
P
Pieaso see SPACE, PogeA2
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an
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Satunlty, March 21.1997
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IE NATION_________
M
M ostly su n n y a n d w
an
pvarmer
Saturday. Light winds! w
wilh
h ig h s 65-70. S o u th w ecst
st winds 5-10 raph. M ostly dclie a r
lomRht w ith low s 35-40.
S
0. Sunday
mosdy doudy with iso
isotatcd showcre. B rc ciy . Ilighs
g hs60«,
n
E x t e n d e d re g io nlal
al
H jP J ^
|Le»1iton|0(r B f c
,
—
forecast
River Valicy
Mostly su n n y a n d warn
varmcr Saturday. L i ^ t winds w
with
highs in th c 60s. Incrcasini
ising douds tonight with lows in
n ilhe
30s. Sunday m o sd y cloudy
ludy widi isolated showers. Highs
ihs in
thc 60s.
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Mai
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58
40 .........
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Last year
43
28 ........
Normal
55
29 .C
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.......
MontJi lo flate;
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Normal mo. to dale;
.7 9
.......
9 .7 0
Water year to dale:
9.7
.......
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5.83.84
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C om fort factors
.......
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Humidity ot noon:
31 p c
21 R
Barometer at noon: 30.21
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Pollen count: 56 (elm), medi
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um.
Mold:
N/A
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Courte»r
M *«»»» c»Waho.
......
Sunny S atu rd ay w ith1 Nc
Nordieast winds 5-lS mph. Hig
m id to u p p er 60s. S aturda
irday night increasing d o u d s wi
lows 35-40. M o sd y cloudy
dy iand windy Sunday. Highs in tl
60s.
Eastern
Mu
Bolao
5G
Burley
59
Fairfield
43
GooflIng
62
Hagerman
62
Idoho Folia
57
Jeromo
57
Lewiston
58
Malad
■ 59
Malta
61
McColl
44
Pocatello
• 57
Soimon
56
Slonloy
54
Sun Volley
49
Min
32
44
32
41
41
40
36
34
29
39
20
44
27
21
35
S kyw atch
S
ains
Mostly su n n y a n d wrarmer
arn
Saturday. Light winds wi
highs in the SOs. In cx caan
; douds to m ^ t widi lows in l
ising
teens. Sunday m o sd y clouc
loudy widi isobtcd showers. Brec
Iliglis in th c 50s.
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' S unset today 6:52
6 5 p.m.
Sunrise to m oim
m rjw 637 ajn.
L unar phase: First
F ir quarter, March 15; full.
M arch 23; la stIt quarter,
qi
March 31; new, April
7
il7.
Vbible planets:iM
Mconuns Mars,Jupiter.
Evcninc Alan.. Comet
Cot
0
llale-Bopp visible; NE, iSO
ajn.-S34 OJn.AVS'
\V N W ,7J0-Ilpjn.
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Min ~ Pls r
Albuquerque
61
46
AUanlb 76
45
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11 lo i u * 40* MX eo* 70i
Boston 4 6
31
Chlcoeo71
36
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Oollos8 6
48
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Denver
60
39
Dos Motnos
69
46
Dotjott
72
38
Honolulu
81
70
Houston
83
46
IntHonapolla
77
37
Kansoa City
78
52
Las Vegos
88
59
Los Angeles
69
54
Memphis
78
50
MiomI Beach
80
70
Mllwoukeo
65
36
Minneapolis
46
36
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Y = 4 -NewOrteans
75
52
NowYorK
50
37
OklonomoClty
90
48
FRONTS:
Omoho
65
41
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Plioonlx
92
62
Pittsbursh
66
34
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42
22
Portlond, Ore.
61
35
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65
46
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St. U u is
87
45
Salt
68
48
Sa Lake City
Son
72
58
So Frandsco
SootUo
55
35
So
Spokane
49
31
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Woshington
66
38
Idaho: High, 63 degrees
m m anac
Id ah o
j
T te M P E R A T U R E S
TheAccuW oathor*f(
•*foroeast for n o o n . S a tu r d a»y.
y , IM a r c h 22.
Samootli Mountain
iiwir n CtnAtr CtxK
'iSSL
n.W ewnHlonnrttniatJ*
A
d o u d y skies.
w ith d e a r or partly clc
T e m p e ra tu re s inn :th e W est w e re w arm ing
t(
lg to
rccord highs and w en
^ e x p e a e d to rcach in th ee90s
90;
and low er 100s in thce ]D esert Southwest.
In Idaho, a w eak col
:oId front moved o u t of th c state
stato
in
a n d allo w e d a highh p re s s u re rid g e to b u ildd in.
S u n n y to m o stly s u n n y s k ie s w e r e ev idieem
nt
statew ide, except in1 th
t e north w here cloudy skie:
ikies
still prevailed.
The snow and rain
h around th c G reat Lakes wai
was
Northeast, creating a contrast
in
s tin
spreading into the Noi
te m peratures. At one
n e point, it was 52 degrees
:s in
100
while it wvas
a 35 degrees in Buffalo, lOG
m iles away,
S cattered rain show
jw ers w ere cxpected to moved
jved
into western Washingt
Igton late in th c day.
TrcasurcVallcy
M ostly su n n y a n d wwarmer
arn
Saturday. Light winds w
with
h ig h s 65-70. I n c r e a s inlg
g douds
c
to n i^ t with lows 35S-40.
Sunday m osdy cloudy with
pvith isolated showers. Highs 6(V6S
cd
_______________________
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M uch o f th e niaattio n w as f a ir a h d d r y Frii
F riday
th a n k s to a high pressure
pr
system . A mix off snow
sr
and rain coverwi thi
the Great Lakes region a nd sh
ers a n d thunderston
lorms brought som e h eavy rain
to p a rts of Florida.1.
A cold front stretc
tftched from T exas through no
w e stern Oklahoma,
na, Kansas an d Iow a in to soi
e a ste m Wisconsin.L
^ugh
T h e front is creat
eating some g usty w inds throi
re north e P lains and bring
inging tem peratures to m ore
i
m ai levels for diis time
tir of year.
braska
W inds w ere gusti
tsting up to 45 m ph in Nebra;
and K ansas,
T h e front is also) ki
vers
kicking off a few light show
er in
p a rts o f Wyoming.
:g. O therw ise, th e W est w as idry
. j
M onday th r o u g h W
ed
Vednesday
sunny with a warm:
trend. Lows in th c mid21 to thc raid-30s Monday waj
d- 20$
in g to th e BOs b y W edni
ednesday. Highs in th c up p erJ, <
th rou gh th c SOs M onday
day warming to thc mid-SOs to0 i
mid-60s by W ednesday.
C a m a s P r a i r i e , W/ood
oe
veather continues around
a
Great Lake
k e s
o f n aa ti i o n d r y ; n a s t y w e
The A sso d a ted PratsI
ICoouf D'Alena | 57* |
WASH
u c h
Id ah o
N o rih c m I d a h o
Satunlay in c re asin g ddouds
o u widi highs 50-55. Southwc
west
w inds 5-15 m ph. Show ers
TS Ilikely tonight and breezy. Lo^
xw s
in die mid-30s. M o sd y doud
ioudy Sunday with highs 45-50.
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N o r t h e r n N e v a d a1
Saturday p a rd y d o u diy
y widi
v
highs in die mid-60s, Wc
Vest
(Jay
w in d s 15 m p h . L o w s tonight
to n
in thc mid-30s. Sundc
in c rc as in g d o u d sw ith h ig
h j in thc lower 60$.
lighs
Nortlicm Utah
P a rtly d o u d y S a tu rdiay
a y with highs in the u p p e r 60
Condnucd p a rtly d o u d iy
y &
Saturday night widi lows in ti
u p p e r 30$. S u n d a y p a rd ly
y ddoudy with a chance of shower
H igiis in thc lo w e r 70s.
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ees at Payette. Low, 21 degrees3 at Stanley.
Nadon: High, 100 at Lal
Lake Havasu G ty, Ariz. Low, 7? at Houlton, Maine.
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—
Despitee lawsuitss against t(
tobacco Bosnia trcroop cutoff piproposed R
imoking ggains in pclopularity
firms, sr
R O A D C O N D rn O N S
Knlgrt-RJddat N ow S«rvlce)_________
•
W A S H IN G T O N - A Vdd g ^ e t t e
m a n u f a c t u r e r ’s e x t r aa oorr d in a r y
c o n fe ssio n th is w e e k o f tobacco’s
tc
d a n g e r s c o u ld s e t th c stag
sta ; e fo r a
g.
f in a l a s s a u lt o n sm oking.
B u t d o n 't c o u n t t h ce to
t bacco
the
c o m p a n ie s o u t ye t. A s th
e Liggett
G r o u p c o n f i r m s w h a tt m o s t
A m e ric a n s a lre a d y b
b ee!li e v e d ,
ing
sm o k in g is a c tu a lly risin
g am ong
te e n s . T h e M a rlb o ro Mklan
a r is ridirofits. T h e
in g h is w ay to re c o rd profi
in d u s try still h a s lo ts o f; frien
fri d s in
m il
illions of
C o n g re ss. A n d te n s of m
icted.
A m e ric a n s a r e still acldicte
A ll th is a t a tim e w h e n govern|
m e n t s c r u t i n y o f t h e1 to
t< b a c c o
in d u s t iy h a s n e v e r b e e n h arsh er,
w h e n d o z e n s o f s ta te s aa re
n suing
the tobacco in
imd u stry for causing
diseases, anid
d p u b lic sentim ent
a g a in s t sml ookl e r s so m e tim e s
verges on hyste
steria.
Friday, d ie
J ddu st began to d e a r
over L iggett’s
:’s decision to se ttle
lawsuits by 22
;
*2 states
in exchange
for adm itting1th
the tobacco industry
deliberately recruited
rec
children to
buy their dcadl;
idly p roduct And d ie
ex p en s began
in to ponder what it
re a lly m e aInt t,
. “ P e o p le in th e
tobacco in d js
u st
tr y a re starting to
say they are nnc
o t going to defend
the indefensibk
b le a ny longer,” said
Sen. Ron W yde
■den, I ^ r e . , a tobacco foe. “W hen
e n e v e r th e issue is
tobacco and pu
p ub lic policy, whene v e r th e is suuee is c h ild re n an d
health, (the Ligj
J g g e tt setdement) is
going to be d scussed.”
is a
Stati
ta te lawsuits — a n d regulatio niss-— will likely b e helpecl, the
‘c
expert;
-ens say, as will anti-tobacco
■0
sendm
um ents in Congress. B u t the
f
Food
a Drug A dm inistration’ss
>d and
efforts
>rts to regulate tobacco w ill be
^
h e lpp e td m a rg in a lly , i f a t a ll.
Lawsui
ifsuits by individual sm o k ers
probab
bably won’t be helped,
P eerh
rh a p s th e a r e a o f le a sItt
immed
,f
nediate im pact is th e o n e of
;•
greates
Itest concern: on teen -a g ers’
dedsioi
isions 10 quit smoking — o r to0
start.
“ don’t think m ost youngg
t. “I
people,
ple, smokers o r non-sm okci^5^
will care
cai th a t much o n e w ay orr
anothei
ther about this se ttle m e n t,””
s a id1 th e R ev. J e s s e B ro w n , a
p ro m it
in e n t
to b a c c o -c o n tr o ,1
l
activist
vist in the black com m unity
in P hila
hiladelphia.
Nike__
Continued from A l
. .
C h u r c h , Id a h o P o w e r CX
o.’s
3.’s corpor a t e e co n o m is t in Boise.■
“r d g e n e r a lly a g re e th e M agic
V a lle y w o u ld n ’t h a v e thiee jpopulatio n b a s e to s u p p o r t thla
a t size o f
f a d li ty ,” h e s a id . “ F iv e thousand
th i
jo b s f o r B oise w o u ld b e a s tretch .
I t w o u ld h a v e to b e pha*
h a s e d in .
B u t to a p p r o a c h it w ith 5,000
5,0( jo b s
i n th e n e x t tw o y e a ^ w
o i th a t
wow,
w o u ld b e v e r y d i f f ic u It
lt 10
t fin d
t h a t m a n y p e o p le .”
, -J ,
O n t h e o th e r h a n d , n o.rrth
* Idaho
c o u ld b e a se rio u s c a n d id a t
“ I ’d r e a l l y b e l o oi k iin g a t
K o o te n a i C o u n ty , C o e u r d ’’A lene.
Y o u c a n d r a w f r o m S ppio k a n e
I o rd e r
C o u n t y r i g h t a c r o s s t hle
e b
a n d t h e y h a v e a b u n c h o f peop le ,” C h u r c h sa id .
,
S in c e t h e m e e tin g , th eB m
m o n ster
s h o e c o m p a n y h a sn ’t b efen
e n h it by
s w o o s h o f i n f o r m a t i oo nn fr o m
I d a h o c o m m u n i t i e s v yy in
ii g fo r
se
: a tte n t io n . It’s p r e m a tu r e2 becau
b<
C irc u la tio n
Iirecto r
T y R ansdell, circulation dlrei
C irculation phone liness ooire o p en
nly. If y o u
be tw ee n 7 and 10 u.m . only,
do not receivo your p a p err by 7 a.m .,
cnll th e nu m b e r for your area
B urley-R upen. 677-io <2
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Twin Fa lls
a n d o th e r are as ..................733-0931
73
S u b s c r ip tio n ra te s
ilome ilclivcty: daily and Sunda
jnday.S3,J0
0 per
per week; Sunday only, $2.00
pe week.
I Mail tubscriplioni must be paidd in advance
; and are Bvailable only when: delivery
del
is
; not maintained Mail raici: All Idaho
Ida} rates:
daily and Sunday J4.00 per weel
only J3.50 per week, Sunday onl
Nike also has>cc
contacted representa tiv e s in sixix io t h e r sta te s a n d
BridshColumib
biia , Ramsey said.
The company
my already has op<^a tio n s in o th
: ht e r s ta te s an d in
Canada,
To be in th eleI running to expansion, a communi
u n ity m ust rate high
in “liv e a b ility
ty a n d th e kind o f
programs states
te s have in place to
p rom ote busini
liness and business
growth,” she sai
““■iA n d th n tis o no n e reason the comp a n y s t a r te dd 1lo o k in g b e y o n d
O regon. T h aItt ,s t a t e seem ed to
focus m o rc o n h e lp in g out-ofs t a t e a n d f oj rr et i g n c o m p a n ie s
nego tiate th e.labyrinths
k
of city,
county a nd s taate
tt agenaes, rather
than helping eoostmg
x
emplojers,
Ramsey said.
“We have b«oiloo1^
ee
for that
sort of cooperati
anon andIt’sgottra
very fru stra rin
m jg in trym g to do
that,” she said,
JN ik e a ls o ha
h a s a zo n in g d isagreem en t w iilh
t h B eavenon over
plans
tc expand its headquarters.
IS to
“ [Ihave
ha a prediction th e y a re n ’t
g ong
in g to le a v e ,” J u s t s a id1.,
“Whatc
latever issues they hav e u nre­
>
solved
'
ed will
become resolved. But
It
really,
!ly, the e ffo n by N ik e to go0
out and
and look around a t le a st part-tIy is aa wake-up
v
call to th e s ta te of
if
O regon
Bon.”
Nilje
ik e ’s com plaint a b o u t n ewV
compai
panies getting all th e atten Itionisisaacommon one, Ju s t added.L
“W
Vee,get th e sam e accusation,I.
'Gosh,y
h, you guys don’t c a re a w hitt
about
tl old guys,” h e said,
Jt dio
,
i t som e o f th e s tr o n g e s tt
effnns
m by
i
d ty a nd th e chiun-1S ahave
l the
, focused on ta x in cret plans for im provem ents a t
eristing
ting businesses such a s Lam b-•ton an d H e n n in g se n C old1
age, and downtown rev ita lon, Just said.
Time:
mes-News
w r ite r
P a tt
M arcan
cantonio can be rc a ch c d a tf
733-091.
0931, E x t 242.
per week. Out o r itBle
its rates; daily and
A’cek. daily only S4.00
Sunday JJ.OO per wee
only $3.00 per week.
p«r week. Sunday onl
included in atl above rales. A
ill bc levied for all
SU.OO charge will
fttumed checks.
M a i l i n f o i m aatdi o n
The Times-News (UPS63I-080)ispub(Ul
Third Sl. W„ Twin
liihed dally al 1322 T
)1. by Magic Valley
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uisuani 10 Seaion60county ncw»paper puisi
108 oflhe Idaho Code.
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designated as the day)Toriheweekonwhich
of
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^ put
published.
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rase lend change o f
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f
_
WASHINGTON (A
I — Two
AP)
high-ranking House Re
Republicans
are p roposing to cut off funds for
the U.S. troop presence
ice in Bosnia •
• by Sept. 30.
R e p s . J o h n K asich,
ch, R-O hio,
c h a irm a n o f th e H ous
)use Budget
Com m inec, a nd Floyd
£
d Spencc,
RS .C ., c h a ir m a n o f th c H ouse
N a lio n a l S e c u rity Co:
C om m ittee,
in troduced legislation
m Thursday
Students susf
spended over Alk
Jka Seltzer
BREMERTON, Wash
ash. (AP) —
F ifte e n m id d le school
>ol students
were siispended for three
thr weeks
for tastin g Alka Seltzei
z e r on campus in violation of their
icir district’s
zero-tolerance drug polit
olicy.
E v en b rin g in g th e; antacid
ai
to
school is a violadon of
d policy,
if die
A s s is ta n t
S u p errin
in te n d e n t
Mariwyn T insley said Thursday.
Th
S p a c e __
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(1 0 V I E S
o M u m a P r e j,
•
iS' A. ThcTim
ea
Sponson
dLAUC
8P0R
t
^
ir Idahoan could win
A nothorld
^owerball JockpoL
SaturtJay's
's eesUmatcd Jackpol of
iW
O O)O TH
Press
C
L r
TIicTinicri^
4A .
3 M IL L IO N I
t breaks down to:
J2.150.000
DOOooch yoar for Uio
noxt twentyy yc
yoars; $179,167 oach
tho noxt twenty yoars;
month fortho
or $5,8741oa
oach day for tho noxl
twronly yoars
aarsi Would you koop
workino?-WVould
ou you travol; Would
now houso? Go back
you buy aI no
» l? Donato to your
to schoo
charity? Buy a car?
favorltb ch{
vrtjuld you do?
W h a)ttw
tl?bl
^
O
T h c T m iia N
------------H tC
b a rs , a n d th e Ja p a n e s e n e e d a
karao k e b ar.
/ gym w ith p added
r. A
e ro -g r a v ity s p o rts
'^ a lls fo r zzei
really
'^oul^ b e a re
a fim place.”
N A SA invit
iv ite d h o te lie r s lik e
M a rrio n and
1 yatt an d a travel
id H
veil as representatives
lg, L oc k h e ed M a n in
5 to a w o rk sh o p la s t
m o n th on eixam
x a ining th e potent fo r s p a c e to u rism .
T h e ir recomm
nm endations a re due
n ext mondi.
owever, thm ks NASA
" '* * '• I'O™
should
stayy ooiu t o f th e tourism
industry.
enunent would n ot be
a good operate
rator for tourism ,” he
said, {minting
i its unprofitable
ng to
e x p c ric n c c w
wiilh U.S. railro a d s.
H e p re d ic ted
i e p rim e m overs
ed th
w o u ld b e thh e c ru ise a n d en te rtainm ent'indus
dustries.
T h c A pollo
[lo 11 a s tro n a u t also
said h e hoped
)cd th e developm ent
o f space touris
urism w ould reig n itc
th e fascination
ion th e w orld h a d for
space explorati
ration n early 30 years
ago w hen h e and
or N eil A rm strong
flrst w alkedon
onthe Moon.
^
could happoni
Itcot
o
w e a t h
r
REPORT
'
A ustin Hicl
licks, a sixth-grader at
M ou n tain VVii
iew M id d le School,
said h e tasted
te d the broken o n tad d
tab lets becau«
a u se a friend told him
th e y w e res ccr
a n d y . H is m o th e r,
D a r la H icks,
:ks, s a id th c d is tr ic t
nee d s to keep
c ep things in perspective. “Thisisisnot cocaine, this is
n o t LSD o>rr m
r a riju a n a o r anything like hthat
a t” she said.
--------------------------------
Continued from Al
up
you’re ta lk in g abouc straight
str
a n d b a c k , a c o u p lee cof loops
around th e E a rth o r ain
n cextended
stay in a space hotel.
F o r s p a c e flig h ts a k
c o m p a n y , K is tle r Ae:
Corp. o f K irk lan d , Wa:
V aT S
m ated a n investm ent of S3
i billion
to $S biUion would bc, ni
n ^ e d to
sta n a profitable busines;
T hat would b uy 24 to
o 445 space
to u ris t v e h ic le s ," fo u r
' “J
launch s ite s an d ground
nd staftms
for 1,000 to 2,000 flight!
ihts a year,
said K isd e r execudve Boi
Ticket p rices would be!wocS’
t'10'o
'
$45,000 p e r s c a t
Patrick Collins of thee Japanese
J
R o c k e t S o c ie ty estim
maated th e
developm ent o f a reusab:
able, venical tak e -o ff a n d landing
ing rocket
for passenger u se would
Jd cost $10
b illio n a n d ta k e six: ooir se v e n
y e a rs. “ M o st p e o p le5 si
say th e y
would w an t to stay in orbit
orl for a
few days, so we need accommoac
dations," Collins said. “We need
a lot o f w indow s, an dd vwe need
ifo r m a ^ o n
i
th a t w ouldid ce ffec tiv ely e n d th e
U .S . tro o op
p p r e s e n c e in th e
B alkans nine
in e m onths early.' Two
Dem ocrats swi
w ere co-sponsors. ^
“Achieving a sustainable peace
in Bosnia isis <unlikely u n d e r any
r e a lis tic tim
tim e fra m e ,” S p e n c e
said. “T hei UU.S. should begin to
work immedi.
cdiately tow ard a policy th a t permi
rm its th e orderly withdraw al of U.S
U.S. ground forces.”
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I O IS E (A P ) - T h e I ddaho
B
ah
DDcepartm ent o f T ra n sp o n aation
tio
ref
e p o n e d m ostly c le ar highway
iways
acr
icross th e sta te Friday.
f oad Conditions:
R
d r y b u t fo r
_U
/ .S . 95 •lummer-Cocur d ’Alene, wet.
2t.
In
Jul,
I te rsta te 90 — F ourth of■July
^ y o n , wet; Lookout Pass, dry.
dryi
Cai
^
U .S. 12 — Lewiston-Orofinc
ifino,
iry ; O ro fin o -K o o sk ia , ddry
ry ;
k[o o sk ia-L o w ell, d ry ; Lowwellell
x)Io Pass, wet.
In
line
IJ tc K ia te 84 — O regon lincUItah
tt line, dry.
L a h o 55 — H orseshoe Bend
Id
lendDoi
lo n n c lly , dry ; D onnclly-N
ev
New
Me;
leadow s, dry.
i, a h o 21 — B oise-L ow m
Id
an
tian,
dry
r y , ro c k s ; L o w m an-B annei
m er
S um
u e m it, CLOSED b y slides.
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Thi com m ittee is also examin
The
in- • g et to the bottom of these
the illegal
winning approv
royal for his panel's
ingg how
hi D emocratic donors were
;re
activities" and ga thier
e r evidence
<
budget, th e chi
chief H ouse investigiven
ven siwcial access to the White
iie
that can be turned over
iver to prose. gator of Preside
id e n t Clinton’s fund
Hous<
Duse, induding opportunities to
cutors.
-w g jP y
raising d isd o)se
^ d plans for more
sleep
;ep in the Lincoln Bedroom or
or
Two private groups,
mi
i, moanwhile,
H u H
subpoenas F rid
riday and predicted
atten(
tend sodal events with Clinton.
n.
called on Burton to step
step aside as
hearings in four
>ur to six weeks.
Bui
B u rto n d e n ie d D e m o c ra tic
ic
head of tlie investigation,
Jon, d tin g an
■ H nm
Rep. Dan Bur
J u n o n , diairm an of
charg
arges that h e w as conducting; aa
allegation by a Democrai
x ja tic lobbythe H ouse Govi
o v e rn m en t Reform
p a nn isa
is n probe. “I’m going to do
Jo
ist th a t th e Indiana Republican
R cj
and O versight
I t 'C om m ittee, said
m yr ^b est to be fa ir a n d impartial,
ll.
tried to pressure himI into
int rai.-:ing
fresh subpoenas
las will be issued in
I view
iew my role a s quasi judicial,”
rnoney
for
Burton's
own re-elccthe next th re ef w eeks.
h e sai
said. But “m y first job is to
to
tion campaign.
The p a n e lI IS in v e stig a tin g
■ ■ H
whether the Chi
)!hinesc government
tried to buy inOuc
luence in the Clinton W ^ j
n n | |
administration1 bby funneling political donations to th e Democratic
Party th ro u g h1 fi
fund-raisers such
2
h ea
John Huang a nidd Y
' ah Lin “Charlie”
Trie, a friend off the
th president.
o l a s s e s►
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s
it will return
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WASHINGTON — F o r a group
k n o w n fo r its disc
l i s c i p li n e a n d
to g e th e r n e s s , cor
c o n g r e s s io n a l
R epublicans havee bi
b e e n d o in g a
lot of public feuding
ng 1lately .
T h e b ick erin g hhaa s g o t t e n so
noticeable that they’r
ey’r e s ta rtin g to
r e m in d p e o p le o f :D e m o c r a t s
w hen they controlled
led Congress.
•. House Republicans
ans, in p articula r, express a growir
iwing f e a r lh a t
th e ir heralded revolt
t'olution o f tw o
■ y e a n ago has fizzled
ed co ut, a victim
of a vacuum of leader
idership, uncer. ta in ty ab o u t howV to d e a l w ith
P re s id e n t Clinton,
I, aa:n d le f to v e r
bruises from the last
.st eelectio n .
, “T h e y m ay h aivc
ve lo s t th e ir
n e rv e ," said Rep. M
Mea tt S alm o n ,
R-A riz., referrin g to
to h is p a r t y ’s
leaders. “The last cam
a m p a ig n c y d e
w as very difficult. But
Bu I to ld th e
sp e a k e r {of the Hous.
ouse) t h a t you
d o n ’t w in unless you g o o n th e
offense. You don’t: win
wi b y ducking down in a foxhole
lole. ... I th in k
th e s e g e n tle m e n aapj
p p e a r to b e
shell shocked right now.”
no\
F o r his p art, Hous
ouse S p e a k e r
N ew t Gmgrich, R-Ga.,
Ga., e x p re sse s
som e befuddlem ent
It a t t h e s ta te
o f affairs.
“I was told for seve
everal m o n th s
th e re was too m uch
:h c e n tra liz e d
control, too much lead
e ad ersh ip dieta tin g , an d th at peop
e o p le n e e d e d
tim e to s o rt th e irr o w n w a y ,”
Gingrich said Friday.
y.
“Then I was told re
re(c e n tly th a t
p e o p le n e e d m o re
•c dc i r e c t i o n .
T h e n I w as told, peo]
jc o p le d id n ’t
q u ite u n d erstan d th
thee d ir e c tio n
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C o n sid er what’s hhai
a p p e n e d in
re cen t days:
• G ingrich was roui
roundly c ritid z e d by his GOP colic
o lleag u es fo r
su g g e s tin g th at th e p a r ty sto p
pushing for immediate
ate ac tio n on
ta x cuts.
■ • S e n a te M a jo rritj
ity L e a d e r
T ren t L ott, R-Miss.,, ha
h ad to b ack
dow n w hen Republica
lican m o d e ra tes b alked at his plan
an ffor investig a tin g cam paign-finai
in a n c e p r a c tices.
• H o u se R epublicai
ican l e a d e r s
h a d to delay the staa rt o f a tw ow eek recess when some
me co nservatives, u pset at committ
n ittee sp e n d , ing levels, kept th e H
Hoouse fro m
adjourning.
.• L ott found himself
lelf u n d e rc u t
b y H o u se R e p u b lican
can l e a d e r s
o p p o se d to his propos
p osal t h a t a '
co m m issio n look a.tt a d j u s t i n g
dow nw ard th e Consun
su m e r P r ic e
In d e x , p erhaps th e mo:
m ost im p o r-
:
:
;
'
'
:
;
tant budg<
dget issue of the year.
RossK.
K. Baker, a political sdentist at Rut
Rutgers University in New
Jersey, said
sai the R epublican disarray is caa
a u s e d partly by the waning power
w of Gingrich, but added
th a t thlee di is a rr a y looks w orse
bccausc> itit comes a fte r an unusually discipl
aplined period.
“T h ey
’re b e h a v in g lik e th e
y ’r
Democrat:
-ats used to behave. The
p e rio d from
fn
1995 to 1997 w as
very mud;
uch a n anom aly on modc m politic
tics. They h ad for a brief,
shining m
m(om ent an all-powerful
sp e a k err w
who com m anded ironclad loyalt
'alty. H e w as able to get
from them
em a degree of disdpline
lh a t was
\ ith o u t p re c e d e n t in
is w
modem times,"
tin
B aker said.
Now, ^^ e r said, “ members are
responding
ing to their own personal
a g e n d s,
a s, th e y ’re re s p o n d in g
more to the
thi dem ands and expectations of
t eir constituents and
3f th
less to th
thee ir p a rty le ad e rsh ip ,
w ho th2y
e y s e e a s h a v in g b e e n
m a terially
illy w e a k e n e d an d disc re a te d ."
Even though
tho
th e Republicans
no longer
h;
r have
the unifying agenda of the2 Contract
C
w ith America
from th ce 1994
1
e le c tio n , m any
GOP meml
im bers e le c te d in 1994
remain com
ommittcd to its underlying princip
ciples o f low er taxes, a
balanced1 bbudget, few er govemm cn t regu:
g u la tio n s a n d sm aller
govemment
ent. And they don’t want
to wait toI do
do it.
T heir sm
smio ldenng re sen tm en t
flared when
ic n Gingrich said a few
days ago th
th:at it m ight be tactically smart to postpone
j
any tax cuts
u n til R epp u b lic a n le a d e r s h a d
h a m m e re
e dd o u t a n a g re e m e n t
with Clinton
ton for a balanced budget.
B efore G
Giingrich h a d cleared
his throat, 28
2. Republicans — led
by Indiana
I
ta Rep.
D avid McIntosh
— fired off
)ff a n ir a te le tte r comp lain in g th
th;a t th e sp e a k e r was
b e tra y in gB aa b a sic te n e t of th e
Republican
c
m catechism.
“We need
e d to send a d e a r message that w
wce intend to keep our
promises to
c
to cut taxes an d balance
th e budget,’
2t,” fum ed R ep. Steve
C habot, R-C
^ O h io . “T h e m essage
th a t (Gingri
grich) s e n t o u t is th a t
taxes aren’t
i
I’t really
th a t important
— a n d ld oDn’t
n ’i agree w ith that.”
Rep. Jo e Scarborough,
£
R-Fla.,
said “a growi
jwing m alaise has overta k e n th eJ R
R e p u b lic a n le ad e rsh ip ,” an ob
ob v ious re fe re n c e to
Gingrich,
R e p rimlaa n d e d fo r v io la tin g
House rules
.
cs and
fined $300,000,
w
said Friday,
The d efidt
d t h it a record high of
S290.4 billion
ion in fiscal 1992 and
then dropped
)cd in each o f the sueceeding year
2ars, h ittin g S107 billion, a 17-year
ear low, in 1996.
T he Clintoi
lion adm inistration is
projecting an
an increase to S l^ .S
billion this year.
yc
But it has been
negotiating! m
w th Congress to produce a budge
Iget th at would elimin a te the defid
fid tb y2002.
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97
LAKE ASHBY. Fla. (AP)
U*) — A 3-yearGator may old
c boy playing with his dog
Jog on th e banks
of a la k e disappeared with a big splash
have taken Fi rid ay a n d his m other lth
tolc au th o ritie s
told
th a t h e m ay have be en ggr:
ra bbed by a n
alligator.
young boy ■
N a t io n
Amtr;rak in bb ig
troub)le agaiin
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hlead
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S h e riffs divers and alligi
ligator trappers
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: 5 0 1 iU E ^
W ASHING TO N ( A P ) - T h e
inton a dm inistration is sending
everal h u n d r e d " U.S. troops
into
to w
ivestem A frica to prepare for
^ p o ssib le e v a c u a tio n of
n ei
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and S alt Lake
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D en v e ra n dISeattle.
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O ffidals also
aJs w arned that two
Related
th e national p asse n g eerr rail sero t h e r lineess in T e x a s a n d
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rrowed time
M a s s a c h u se
s e tts
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^_______
s t a t e o ffic ia ls
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rh e m o v e
money to supp
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of this year.
mc as th e S ta te D epartm ent
T exas andd ft
M assachusetts offiAmtrak carries 20 million
mil
m ed U.S. d tiz e n s to defer all
pasd a is are scran
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4,000
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loney. In Texas, th c
miles that criss- _____
! potential fo r unrest.
s t a t e le g isla cross the counC
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order
h
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issued
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an
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acuation from Z aire, offidals
S
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Yearl
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u rb y y u rk io k a tth ftfM t^
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w o u ld
have
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n e x t m onth to
'up to 250 m en and women
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conseq uences
Q199
inly a precautionary measure,
1993: $351 mmion
b e tw e e n S an
fo r A m e ric a ’s
0 11994:
9 9 $351.7 miffloo
itagon sources said.
A n to n io a n d
tra n sp o rta tio n
Q jg
g $392 million
1995:
S t. Louis ru n . Tie troops p rim arily are comnetwork.
q ^
from
an
A
rm
y
airborne
unit
1996:41B5 million
n in g th ro u g h
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The
railcd in Italy. F orces from other
Septem ber.
1997:J200mii;ioo
road’s finances,
vices arc in d u d ed .
“ W e’ve pre- '
p ro p p ed up by
■ I se rv e d T e x as’
,---------a n n u a l operat- _ _ _
—
transp o rta tio n
in g s u b s id ie s
o p tio n s,” said
from Congress,
S
Sen.
K ay
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have long been ---------— Bailey HutchiI
perilous. But this timi e the
i
end
son, R-Texas.
could truly be near.
L a st
mo]
n o n th ,
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iction very
announced that
hat it will term inate
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inter-dty (passenger) rail scrvice
b e tw e e n Nev
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w tiu n a few m onths,"' Rep.
Ri Bud
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S h u s te r , th e P e n nnssy
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A m trak spoke
okesman Cliff Black
Republican who is chlairm
a ir an of
said F rid a y th
th(e ro u tes to close
th e H ouse tra n s p o rtautio
io n comhad becai s e le
e aae d based on perm ittee, said this week.
form ance a n d iproductivity, but
Shuster said h e and ooth
tb er comth at som e of the u na ffea ed , lessm ittee members, in d uiding
d ir Rep.
tra v e le d ro u tes w ere “feed e rs”
J a m e s O b erstar, D-Mlin
inin ., and
to m o re econc
)n o m ic ally v ia b le
Susan Molinari, R-N.Y.,, ar
are formroutes,
ing a panel of e x p e n s to
to recomA t th e h e irt
a rt of th c financial
m end options to save thlie
e irail syscrisis, A m tra
akk o fficials say, is
I
lem.
Congress’ sharp
3rp cuts in funding
I
Am trak has been facin;
cing heatw hile th e railrc
ilro ad stru g g les to
M
e d p re ssu re fro m C ongi
n g re ss to
achieve operatin
Iting profits.
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come selfA m tr a k exec
< e cu tives b e lie v e
supporting by 2002. But
i t tthe red
th at w ith some
ne short-term help
ink has continued flowing,
ing, inflatfrom C ongress,
5s, they can g et on
m g th e r a ilr o a d ’s S 1 .2
■2 b\ illio n
t r a c k to w a r d lo
1 n g -te rm profd e f ic it w h ile it h a s b)o
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liability,
m o re th a n SSOO m illio
n
io n fro m
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coi
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s.
c h a s e h ig h -sp
spce e d tr a in s an d
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launched
tra c k b e d u pjgg ra
r d e s th a t th e y
a m ail-carrier service to j;pursue
believe will draw
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in C o n g re s s a r e
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u t th e ra ilro a d ’s
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By H.R. Welxel
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Presentation set
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9 of Easter* wtll b o presented st
TWIN F A L L S -T lie Ughu
E h tsd im ,aro v .
o n . Marc* 2 7 a n d 2 8 and a t 3
erent hush falls over thee ai
audicncc and
la ftf t2 9 « th e C h o f c h o f th e
•
strains of beautiful m usicc fiU
fi] lh e a ir .a s
w i,1 2 3 1 W a 3 h J r« to n S tN .ln
moving scenes of E aster unfi
unfold in a dra• Ron grew u p in
n aa q u ie t little neig h b o rills. There Is n o adm ission
m atic musical production1 at the Church
•hood ju st o u tsid ee oo f Los Angeles. I t w as
. Child care win be provWed for
o f the Nazarene.
:o n e o f th o se idyllii
n thiough ege 3 . Call 733 «610
i^llic, p re-cable, “F a th e r
From th e in v o lv em e nItt ot
c C hrist in
:K now s B e st” k inndd;s o f 1950s n e ig h b o r- '
■9 information.
creation to his birth, crudfi
lafuQon, resurhoods, w h ere th ejre
re w e re lots of k id s w ho
re c tio n and asce n sio n , th
thee N az are n e
all k n ew a n d lik:e
e dd e a c h o th e r a n d w ho
ch o ir and c a st w ill p o rtra
tra y to u ch in g
played to g e th e r ofte
)ften.
scenes from the lifo o f Jesus
sus in a perfortion wasdone
d
by M ac D anielson am
mance titled "Scenes of East
^ te r.”
Todd Schw
iwarT. Lisa G auger is in chargi
Ron Christie, the church’s
ch’s music pasof costume
ies, and Sandi Braga oversee
sees
tor, is directing th e 1 1/2-h
'2-hour performakeup. PPi
u b lidty a n d s p e d a l service
mance in the church fellows!;
wshjp hall.
are directe
ted by Jarm Jo n es and Diani
ione
The first half of th e perf'
V alu espea k
terform ance is
Panerson.
1.
from the musical “H e’s Aliv
U ive,” w ritten
The choi
oirs and c a st sh a re an 1,800
(.
Joseph
by G aiy Rhodes and Claire
ure Clomnger.
square-foot
ot stage th a t has many differ
Tlie dram a takes place in1 the
th first cene n t levels
:s d e sig n ed to g ive awesom<
>me
tuiy, with many of th e bibl
Jiblical scenes
visual effec
fects to th e dram a. The choi;
coming to vivid life a s lights
Jits a re ttirned
b ec o m>esp a r t o f t h e cro w d s, a;
o n b e h in d a scrim . D avid
i^id A n d e rso n
vignettesi^are
a u se d to d e p ic t the bap
lapplays the part o f a hum ble,
s, yt
y e t pow erful
rism of '.hrist,
Ch.
O f c o u r s e , R o5 nn ’s
’ [ r ie n d s w e r e a ll
m ira c le h ealings, the
tht
I
Jesus. Dwaine G auger drama
unatically pren a ils being
D odger fans. T h eyy dd:id n ’t go to th e g a m e s
ng d riv e n in to J e s u s ’ hands
nds
sents th e apostle P ete r asihhee w alks a n d
andthecni<
Tidfixion.
veiy o ften, b u t thley
e y listen ed to th e playtalks with C hrist
At
d
ie
cor
londusion
o
f
act
one,
there
is
a
by-play on th e radic
idio. T h e D odgers w e re
The sccond h alf of th e perf
>erformance is
sensational
ll p|ortrayal o f th e ascension.
th eir team , a n d thh ee D odgers’ rivals w e re
fro m th e m u sic a l “ E v/eerry T o n g u e
Favorites
5 songs in d u d e “For the Sake
ske
th e enem ies o f th«e
e te n tire neighborhood,
Confess,” written by Gary
y D
Driskel and
of the Call,”
1,” “His L ove Is Alive,” “Is He
T h is w a s e s p eicciii a l l y t r u e o f r h e
M arty Hennis. I t depicts life
i the 20th
ife in
th e One?”
“ here th e N ails W ere” and
’ “W
M ilw aukee B raves,
s, \w h o fre q u en tly b e a t
century. The m ain ch ara n ers
ers a re R andy
“Kings Shall
all Bow.”
th e D odgers. T h e5 Bi
B rav es w ere T h e B ad
an d Sandy Rayborn, who3 play
pl
a mod“"nie c loir
io l had to lea rn two complete
etc
G uy s w h o c a m e f rno m a c ity t h a t w a s
e r n - d a y c o u p le n a m e d1 R;
R andy and
m u sica ls an
ai d h a v e b e e n re h e a rsin g
Sandy. With a unique tw ist
; f a m o u s f o r - b r•aaec e y o u r s e lf - b e e r .
5t tc
to traditionsince Janua
uary,” C h ristie said. “We’ve
[
I C le a rly th e te a m1 ccio n s is te d o f lo w -life
a l dra m a , re al-life h a p p)enings
en
from
be en workir
Idng on th is production since
ice
■characters w ho d esse
today’s world a re dovetailed
ii sim ilar
e r v e d to b e th ra sh e d id into
last June.”
events from biblical times.
w hen ev er th e Dodge
d g e rs could m a n a g e to
H e contin
inued, “O u r m a jo r focus has
“The music a n d d ram a sho'
thrash thera.
show how disb e e n that we
w w an te d to h a v e an oututc iples from b ib lical tim eess an
: d to d a y
O ne day, R on tn aiddee d fo r a b aseball th a t
re a c h for thtlo se p e o p le looking for a
share d ie same kind of joys,
had b een s igned b>y
y aa ll o f those infam o u s
s, fi
fn u tratio n s
church hom
ime an d to o ffe r encouragegeand challenges,” C hristie expi
ucplamed.
m ent and an
at o p p o rtu n ity to celebrate
Braves. A t first h e! th
th o u g h t it was cool to
Five y ear old H annah Wi^ormsbaker
on
is
th e risen Lord
Lo w ith oth ers in the comh a v e a b a ll t h a t hh ia d b e e n s ig n e d b y
,
a featured solist, singing “ C
Come U nto
munity."
m ajo r le a g u e n . B uatt th
t e n the Braves b e a t
j
M e." She joins th e child re
n ’ choir in
ren’s
T h e 30 mme m b e rs o f t h e ch o ir, 12
th e D od g ers - a g;ain
a ir - a n d h e d e c id e d
,
o th e r songs. T he child re nI’s
’s i
actors and
a
: actresses
an d 40 production
th a t h e d id n ’t w a n t to
i have a n y th in g to
an
■ . g s w ith th e a d u l t choiichoir also
sin
lo ir. W en d y
people, alon{
ing w ith th e m usic pastor and
1
do w ith H e n iy A aron
nd
'
ro n a n d his cronies. S o
Sj o m erset is a so lo ist w ith
i e a d u lt
th th
S enior Pasti
sto r J e rry K e ste r, all agree
■
h e stu ck th e b all aw
aw ay in a draw er a n d
ee
<
choir.
they would1 1like th re e things to happen
cn
I-------------------------------forgot ab o u t it.
Fern Danielson is th e prod;
roducer, w ith
a s a result
o th e m usical: 1. Seeds of
t
of
Som e m o n th s laIter,
te i R o n and h is b u d uenutrm/nrn r w ai M
1 e x R a th b u n a n d L in d a1 W
R
W idm er a s
salvadon )lanted.
pla
2. S eed s of salvation
dies d e d d e d it h aid
d bI e e n too long s in c e
on
Hannah Wonnsbalcerwotcf
atchej as Wendy Somerset sin gJs'('C om e Unto Theo' during a practic
<
dram
a directors. D ennis Wiser
icU ce
iser is technicultivated.3.3.Seeds o f salvation harvestth e ir la st b ase b a ll ggaa m e , so they d u s te d
for their upcoming Easter
p
« d ire ao r. Stage design and
cal
ter performance.
and construced.
off th e ir gloves a nn dd re sc u e d t h e ir b a ts
from th e ir resp ectiv
e carports. T h e p robive
lem w as, n o b o d y cou
c o u ld fin d a b a se b a ll,
P le a s e k e e p in ml iin
n d th a t th e s e b o y s
w eren’t really choosy
Dsy a b o u t such th in g s,
They w ould p lay w iith
th a baseball u n til th e
p v e r c a m c o ff, ex
2xpp o s in g th e s t r i n g y
►
insides of th e b all. T
Tin
your
h e n they would w ra p
^By Deniso Tumor
d e g rejee fi
from
th e strin g w ith electrii
N e e d s from
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and
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Only this tim e, thley
e y co u ld n ’t even c o m e
th e pastor of
^ hristian Community is oucc to strengthdegrees
fi
cs from
e^ n families w ith a series o)ff w orkshops
'l l
m e n ’s minu p w ith a ta p e d vversion
en
o f a b a s e b a ll.
B o s Jt t 0 n
titled “Empo^verment”
A is tr ie s
the
T h (^ w ere ab o u t to0 give
g
u p their se arch
Univers i t y
T
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non
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F i r s t Evanw hen Ron rem em bere
•ered th e a u to g rap h ed
f,
a
n
d
Dal
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lla s
focus on Christian m arriage,
ge, Christian
M K
g e lic a l F re e
ball. Quickly h e r a n to
ti g e t the b all fro m
p
T h eo lo
loggiic a l
parenting
and living th e C hrist
ristian life at
C h u rch
his room , p a u s in g lo
loin g en o u g h to r e a d
S e m iinn aa r y .
w ork and in the world. Each
'workshop
ch
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t
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th e n a m e s o f a fe w
w oc f th o se v illa in o u s
ii
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in d u d es an instructional video
Jeo presentaCarol and &
Bob Kraning
C a lif. H e is
g Sherman
^
is
Jamlo Buckingham
Braves before ta k in gg iitt outside. A fte r j u s l
ti led by a local facilitator.
J e n t of
tion
a ls o a g u est
:St
( an J Carol RIclimond
a few m in u tes o f p)lay
la j in th e stre e t, th e
c a r e
“We w ant to h elp people,, bccause
be
we
c h ap lain wit
rith th e L o s A n g e le s Rams
ns
dasses
focus
on
safegua
guarding
y
our
mar;^
Impacrt
ct Ministries.
nam es w ere o b lite ra
te W ithin a co u p le
•ated.
f< very strongly ab o u t fam
feel
■amilies ancl
and the Los
i Angeles
A
D odgers.
riage,
w
ith
topics
like
“S
J “Setting Goals for'' There 2re is a S12 diarge for a workb
o f w eeks, th e c o v e;rr vw a s gone, th e n th e
irkbook
ir a r ria g e s s tr u g g lin g ,” sail
m
said P a s to r
T h ereisn
10ocharge fo r th e se dasses.
y o u r M a r r ia g e ,” “ R e so lv in g th e
forthe.se.se classes.
electrical tap e, th e n1 th e strin g
V ernon Bishop of Living W ater
Iters, locatcd
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th
In e v ita b le C onflicts,"
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aa't 262 Fifth Ave. E. in TwinI Fa
Falls. “This
v id e o instrui
ructor J a m ie B uckinghamn ,.
Money Battles” and “Ati
‘Attitudes
that
Kill
w
ith
vid eo
i n s tr u c to r
Jar
; a b o u t th e ball. H e ha
h a rd ly even n o tic e d
is not an endeavor to indoctiii
:tiin aie peoT h e classes
s ini c lu d e to p ic s lik e "God
)d
Unity.”
B u c k in g h a m . In th e s e c la
lassss e s ,
: w hen th e Braves move
pie.
t go to a
S I to
Loves Ordina
o v ed from M ilw aukee
P' It’s like signing up a t CSI
nary P eople" and “ God Uses
es
Richmond is pastorr to more than 600
B uckiningham uses a su it o f m edie
:d iev a l
d a ss.”
to A tla n ta . B u t thiee nn h e a n d h is w if e
w hom He Ch
Chooses.” B ib le characters
rs
adults in his ministry/ to single pa ren ts a rm o r ri to illustrate biblical princip:
iciples.
C lasses w ill begin A p ril1 2 an d ru n
m o v ed w ith t h e i r• cl
s u c h as Abbr
ra h a m , D a v id , J o h n thle
e
c h i l d r e n to S o u l h
a t th e First Evangelical
cal Free C hurch in TeachirlinRS are filmed on location
n fr
from
; C a rolin a a n d b e fo rree to o long, h is s o n s
Igh Ju n e 25.
Baptist, Mary
ry and Sim on P e te r are also
^W ednesday evenings through
so
Fullerton, Calif, where
;re he serves w ith
th e boro rd e r of L ebanon to th e Gulf
3ulf of
Some dasses begin a t 7 p.m.. Some
Soi b e p n
discussed,
' b ecam e Braves fans.
S enior P asto r Chuck; Sv
Swindoll. H e has
Eilat,
a
t
8
p.m
.
Some
a
r
e
10
sessio
am, who d ie d in 1992, wrote
ssions long.
Buckinglian
“Come on, boys, you
te
w ritten “T he View fron
y ou c a n ’t root fo r th e
rom the Zoo” an d
There ire is a $10 charge for a ivorklx
rklwok
O thers a re 13 sessions long. TTii
The materim ore than 45
45 books, in d u d in g biograBraves,” R on said. “‘TTiey
TTi
a“Please Don’t Feed the
used to p la y in
le B
Bears.”
for thcisi
ese dasses.
a ls a re d istrib u te d by C hrist
ristia n L ife
p h ie s of Coi
:o rrie te n B o o m a n d P aI tt
M ilwaukee - you know,
There is no charse for
t
:or these
dasses.
• “Su Successful Single Piutinting”
ow, tlia t b eer p la c e ? ”
d,
■” w
with
Resources.
R obenson. He
Hi was fo u n d er an d senior
ir
• “Y our Work fUatter
“T hat was in th e oold
ttets to G od" w ith
video irinstructor Gary R ichm ond.
ld days,” said R o n ’s
d . 1T he
H
ere
arc
the
dasses
offered:
;d:
p
a
s
to
r
of
the
he
T
a
b
e
rn
a
c
le
C
hurch,
an
in
video in s tru c to r Dour
:
eldest, Ronnie. “ T h ei Bi
UR Sherm
an. T lie
classesIS include topics like "T he2 Fi
Braves are cool. A n d
F irst
• “Roots to Grow, W in ^ to IFJy” w th
in te rd e n o nmin
i a tio n fe llo w s h ip inn
d a sse s in d u d e topicss like
lil “M otivation
they have a n old g u y o n th e team w ho is
Single JI P a ren t in th e Bible,” “Deali
yi,
'ealing
video instructor Bob K raning.
g. 1The dassM elbourne,FJa.
F H e w as also editor-innand Insight in Pursuing
ling a L ifestyle of . ivith En
th e g re a te st slu g g er ew
emotional Baggage,” “W here
ever. H ave you h e a rd
es cover the fundam entals of (Christian
i r e Do
es
chief of "Minij
nistries Today.”
Ethical Distinction onI the
th Jo b ” and “A
you Stai
of:Henry A aron?"
ta n ” and "Setting Coals for
ir yc
your
parenting, with topics lik e “La
“Laugh and
Tliere is 1aSIO
S charge for a workbookk
J , ‘..r
■
P®
New R espect for yourr Faith
Fi
in Light of
Cliildrer•en.”
. “Yes,” R on re p lie dd,
“I seem to rem em .H
H;a v e F u n w ith y o u r Chi
sses.
C h ild re n ,”
fo r these dassits Contribution to Work.’
irk."
n
,
„
e
; b e r seeing his n a m e som
sor ew here.”
re
is
nc)
charge
for
these
dasses.
jses.
“I isten,” “Be H onest w ithI yo
“L
your Chil• “ An Oun
unce o f P r e v e n tio n ” withh
S
h
e
rm
a
n
is
a
formrm
e
r
A
ir
F
o
rc
e
F
o
r
m
; It w as h ard n o t to ggee t cau g h t up in th e
m ore information, o r to recist
igister,
r n ,” “E ncourage-m ent" anc
ddre
an d “W hat
v id e o instruci
ic to r G ary R ichm ond. Thee
in stru c to r pilo t who holds
hoi
an English
call 733-:
3-2472 or 324-2802.
: e n th u s ia s m o f h is bboo y s fo r t h e i r n e w
hom e team . B ut R o nI re siste d u ntil a n o th TT
e r Brave, D ale M urphy
?hy, cam e to tow n to
L
speak to a church g ro
u W hile listen in g
roup.
X
to th e k in d a n d g e n tie
tle (a n d , for w h at it’s
w o rth , d e c id e d ly n oorn - b e e r - d r in k in g )
rh
and Tho A n o c la te id
d Pr
P rm
future.
M u rp h y s p e a k to h is
is so n s a b o u t t h e
—a
votes are sent to church
h hheadquarters in
olution 1aagainst die ordination of nonet
m celi“I nm sure there
thi will b e m any more proim p o rta n c e o f f a ithI in G od an d v a lu e s .
c
Louisville. But advocacy
g
:y groups
said die
bate gays
lysisnonbinding
Seeking to make a definitive
j
ve sumd
in
p o s a ls to am
an en d w h a t h a s been1
: like c om m itm ent, h aurdd w o rk and person172 districts so far have} voted
vo
88 in favor
T he PiPresbyterian General Assemb
th
e
sex
w
ars
c
o
n
v
u
lsin
g
m
imbly,
isa id
m a in lin e
approved,” hes:
: a l integrity, R o n f e ltt tl
and 60 against
t h e la st corpuscles
,
y,.
,
.
,
,
thec:hurc
Protestantism, the Presbyterian
ucli’s chief lepslative body, in
199 3
ion Church
T h e ban got
n l9
o t th e m a jo rity it neededi
:o f D o d g e r B lu e b loooocd d r a i n fro m h is
TTie U nited Church offC
a h n stisth e o n ly
fU '5 A ) m ade its ban on th e ordin
affirmed
:U
id p ^ t church polides forbiddi
rdination of
T ue sd a y with
idding
h
: v eins. Today h e ’s a B ra
n v e s fan, t l m u ^
m
major Protestant
tj,e ordin
lomosexuals part of church law.!.
Unation of noncelibate homosexuoso
approvals
'
an d through. A n d h e res
re a lly wishes h e s till
j,
‘ dc
denommation to
a k The2cchurch’s Book of Order, howevi
Less
th a n a y e a r a fte r on E
Eppiscopal
fro
m
presbywever,
h a d th a t ball.
"'Tfte diurdi needsUo}iav€
to
permit
tl.c ordihas „ o tsi
boundaries,
P£
chu
ihurch coun ruled it had no legal
gi
: spedfically addressed die issue
3l ground
to
te r ie s
in
su e of
“I n e v e r im a g in e d lt h a t th e re w o u ld
n a n o n o fh o m o cav ordin
cea
linations.
» is u r e a bishop for ordaining a gay
g; man,
M iam i
and
d
and it also needs
h tito fiavefivedoni^
se
sexuals. Opinion
^
com e tim e w h e n t hl e m
i e n w ho s ig n e d
regi
■egional bodies of the Z 7 million-r
on-member
Charlotte, N.C
year, after a duee-year churchivii
hivide
polls show a
th a t b a ll w ould m e amn ;an y th in g to m e,”
within thosee boundaries.
I
P?resbyU3ian
re
Church have votedItoprohibit
to ]
jJJ
T h e Book of
embly
majority of peo• if sexuality, die General Assemb
R on said. “A nd so foirr a m om ent of p leahthe
c ondinadon of individuals who
10 aare sexuO rd e r — the
t a p ro p o id constitutional amen
mend°
The impkntenta
pie
'itation^'ording
p l in th e pews
sure - a g am e o f baseb;
illy active outside of marriage.
Mjball in the s tre e t ally
c h u rc h ’s con­
irbidding die ordination of indivi
idividoppose
h
a
v
in
g
w hat co u ld h a v e b e e2n
n a ch erish ed tre a Local
reaction is low-key.
L
s titu tio n —
(oftheamendm
'imetityispoor.'
gJ
,0
fail
to
live
“d
d
ie
r
in
fidelity
wit
rwidigay and lesbian
who I
:s u r e to m e a n d t o ' m y c h ild r e n w a s
nHj e Rev. Paul Reeves, pastor of the
t First
will be amend:ovenant of marriage of a m an
ministers.
m d ie cov
n ar
and
: destroyed."
’resbyterian Church of Twin Falls,
R
e
v
.
P
a
u
l
R
e
e
v
e
s
,
tils, said his
c d to require
E
Jl, or chastity in siri^eness.”
But th e issue
“ woman,
; Fortun ately fo r R o n , i t w as only a ball.
hurch m emben haven’t discussed
ti
edtheissue
chastity of sinco n tin u e s
to
S c o tt t A nderson, co -m o d e ratoo r iof
'•
p a s t o r o f t h ec F i r s t P r e s b y t e r i a n co
■ery much, and individual churchi
, : B ut for o thers, th e thloo u g h tle ss d e d sio n s
rches were
gle ministers.
'''*5
d o m in a te th e
P re sb y te
'te ria n s for G ay a n d L esbia
sb ia n
lot required to cast votes.
; o f youth can le a d to a 1life tim e of r e g r e t
Ch
t u r c h o f T w i n F a lls agendas
. ,
,
“ A s fa r as
^
of mainConcerns,
IS, said die change will force moi
more
; T h a t’s w hy i l ’s so imnpc
is tthat the
e s ta b lis h in
p o r ta n t fo r y o u n g
”His personal opinion, h e said, is
------------------------------------^— • line
Iin churdies.
gay an di Ilesbian Presbyterians out of
5 g-------------------------------------3f tl
die
mendment could have been worded
people to b e a b le to s te p u p to th e p la te
ded better.
th is is in fact
t
]In a decision
■w ith th e ir lifetim e v a lu e s in place, so th a t
“The church needs to h ave bour
wundaries,
th e position of
i church, th a t has been
f die
last May that averted tlie
e fu
first heresy trial
It’s onene more d u b that has been use
used
nd
it
also
needs
to
have
fre^
o
m
s
“right now " d oesn ’t strik
oms within
established,” ;aid
saii the Rev. R obert Bullock
trik e o u t “forever."
ond
of an Episcopal bisliop sine
smce die 1920^ a
to bea t uf
up gay and lesbian people in
;n Ui
die
imj
With o r without th e auK
Jr., editor of "nie
tie Presbyterian O udook
m t t ^ p l i e d baseb all
^lose boundaries," he said. “The implemendiurch court ruled tliat Epis
Episcopal doctrine
P re sb y te
te r ia n ch u rch ,” h e said. “ Thb
Th
irion WTjrding (of the amendment)
is
it)ispoor."
A noffidalanr
does not explidtly bar the ordination of
innouncement o f th e vote is
P resb:^er
erian church is a house dividei
'ided,
R
eeves
p
red
icts
m
o
re
ac
tio
n
Joseph W alker is a fnx-I<
ion m th e
not expected for
for another w eek o r nvo as
tx4ance writer.
practicing gays. It also dcdai
x daredal979resa churchfl cdivided, right now.”
lift
I
m
L
L iv in gI W ateifs offe]:rs fam lily
i w orrkshops)S
P resb ytterians add baan on g:;ay ordiinationsLS
Kd Tlm*fr«ewi, Twin Fiflt,
■•fl*, liUho
Stturtiy; Marcli 22,19
,1997
R e l i g i o )N
n
—
Bethel Temp!
welcomes Kii
Kinsey
n \ ’IN FA LLS - !•
Lvv;ian g eh stic services ctitiiiniie today
ai d S u n d ay a t
y an
till- I k 'tlid T em p le Clu
Church. Co e ast
on A d d is o n 'A v e ruuioo to H a n k i n s
R0.1J !>diind D & B Sup
Supply,
Services a re platuied
lied for 7:30 p.m .
to d a y a n d 11 a .mu .. a, n d 5 p .m ,
S unday. T lie R ev. B
Uri;
rian K insey of
.St. L o u is . M o ., w ill
ill s p e a k . T h e
ik 'ilie l T e m p le C hoir
□ir a n d v a rio u s
j’j-fiiips and individual.';
tlie music. P a sto r A lien
llen Picklc.sim er
in v it e s th e p u b lic of
atten d.
Kinsey is g e n c n il yo
youuth pre-sident
of llie U n ite d P e n teeccoo sta l C h u rc h
In te rn n iio n n l. th e Inr^
a rg e st o n e n ess
apo sto lic P e n te c o s taa l or rg an iz atio n
in th e w o rld . H e h a s tr a v e l e d
tlirouf^liotu th e U nite
te d S ta te s a n d
Cjinada a s a n evanKclis
;elistic sp e ak e r.
H e p a s t o r e d f o r ffivi
iv e y e a r s in
I’rovenc;il, La., and was
vas youth presid e n t f o r th e U n ile dd I'
P e n te c o s t a l
c hurches in th e sta tee oolf L ouisiana.
l i e h o ld s a m a s t e r o0 f: th e o lo g y
de iy cc from Tw in Cities
lies University,
T h e y o u th fjro iip
ip a t B e th e l
T em p le C hu rch is u ni dde r th e directiim of T erry Drown.
Burley Method
«*ists
hold worship'service
s
;
B U R L E Y - T h e Bluurl
rlc y U n ite d
M e th o d ist C h u rc h iss la
la u n c h in g a
P ra ise W o rsh ip se rv'ICC
ic c fro m 9 to
9:45 a.m . sta n in R Palmn S
Siunday (this
Simday),
Tlie s e n ’icc w ill featui
a tu re contem porary p niise .sinpnfu. aa hI n e f Bible
lesson focused on th e: re
relev an ce o f
Scripiure to d a ily life a m
n d a tim e o f
prayer sh arine. ’n i c servi
e rv ice will b e
infonnal, w ith c asual dre;
dress. V isitors
are welcome.
A variety of education
c
on cla.«es
will
follow th e set^-jcc a t 9;45
r
45 a.m.,
along
m th a fellow ship tim e^ in
m th e s o a a l
hall.
M ore tra d itio n a l sen-ic
m c e s fea tu rin s c h o ir, p ip e o rg a nI aann d w e e k ly
p r e a c h in g a r c o f f e r e dd aa t 11 a .m ,
every S unday, S e rv iceISs a rc broadcast on KBAR R adio. 1230
230 m
For m ore inform ation,
rt. ci
contact th e
diu rch a t 450 E, 27th St.
It. 0o r call 6782184,
.g
Amazing Grace
plans Palm Sun
hip h a s p la n n ed its sc v cn d i
P a lm
Sunday
T avaganza forS unday.
s, b a llo o n s a n d clow ns a r c
in d u d e dI in
in tiie fam ily event. A n eg g
l,u n t f orr ec h ild r e n a g e s 2 to 11 is
p la n n e dI., w
w ith r e g is tra tio n s e t fo r
9;4S 10 10::
10:30 a.m . T liosc a tte n d in g
s h o u ld bb rriin g t h e i r o w n b a s k e ts .
Admi.vsioni
3n is free.
T lte mlo
o nm in g cclc b ra tio n se rv icc
b eg in s a tt 10:30
I
a.m . T h c c h u rc h is
lo c a tc d aittH1061 E astlan d Drive N.
Eplscoi
lopallans plan
annual
al Holy Week
I
M U R T A U G H - E ld e r U
1 . K ay
B ig g crs a n d S i s te r C u rodlI B
I ig g crs
h a v t b e e n c a llc d to s e rv e
m o n th m is sio n f o r th e Cht.
C h u rc h
Je su s Chri.st o f L u te r-d a y/ S;
S a in ts in
th e U tah P rovo Mis.sion. Tli
T liey will
b e w o r k i n g a t t h c C oovc
v c F o rt
ft s
.< 0 ^ ^
1 C7 ■
A S.
^
^
C arol a n d B . K a y B Ig g o'f*
rs
fR
G H
™
"
Gooding Methodisi
sts
host Easter c a n ta t
n^^
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—
First Christian Churc
sets Easter progran
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M
< m FALLS
s t e r H o lly
A n d ee rr ss o n h a s
r n e d fro m
in g a n 18t h m is s io n
h e C h u rc h
:s u s C h rist
o f L- aati
tte r-d a y
H olly A n d e r s o n
S a i n t ss in t h e
C o lI oo r a d o
D e n v e r N o rth M is s io nI.. S h e w ill
r e p o r t o n h e r m is s io nI a t 9 a .m .
Sim day a t th e Tw in F alls:1ISt
5 th W ard
chapel. 38S7 N. 3500 E,
A ndersen is th e d a u g hI te r o f Roy
a n d LjTut A n d erso n o f Twi:
rw in F ails.
She plans to \vork in Tw inn Falls
F:
durin g th e s u m m e r a n d rr ee tt u r n to
B r ig h a m Y o u n g U n iv■ccnrsity in
Provo, U tah, in th c fall.
h u
H A IL EEY
Y - H o ly W e e k a t
E m m a n icl
u el E p isc o p al c h u rc h , c o rn e r of BuUit
lUion a n d Second, fe a tu re s
sev eral even
vents.
• T h e 10
10 a .m . w o rs h ip S u n d a y
w ill b e g in
v ith th e d istrib u tio n o f
n w
p alm fronds
ids to all p a rtid p a n ts smd a
p ro c c ssio
)nn ( w e a th e r p e rm ittin g ) . •
T h c s e r vviic
c e w ill in c lu d c h o ly
E u c h a r istt aan d th e r e a d in g o f th e
P a ssio n oiff JJ e s u s . W orship w ill b e
U«
ifo
le d b y thh ee R e v . C a n o n R c n c c
'* * *
N Jillcr, a nndd L c a n a L e a c h o f S u n
C
GOODING - An E a s te r canti
n ta ta ,
V a llc y is th
liec org an ist.
""Jesu
Jc s Shall Reign” will b c pres,
esent• E m mlaa nn u e l E p isc o p al C h u rc h
cc dd a t 10:45 a .m . S u n d a y a tt 1th c
w ill o b se rv
e a tra d itio n a l M aun dy
rve
Goc
G
ooding U nited M e th o d ist Chut
lurch,
T liu rsd ay w
woorship ser%icc T hursday.
80S M ain St.
80S
w idi h oly E ucharist a n d a
-r
T h c 25-mem ber ch oir is u n d e2rr d ie
lin g a t 7 p .m . a n d co m ,j:_,
d ir e c tio n o f R ick S t r i c k la n d a
e s th e s y m b o lic “ L a s t
a ccom panied by D cloris R o b in s
)f b rea d a n d m n e sh a re d
T
he program is in c o n ju n cu o n w
b y J e s u s aa nn dt h is d is d p lc s . A t th c
,i,„
th e W elcome H om e S u n d a y regu
c o n c lu sio nn o0f th e se rv ic c , p a rtic iscrviccs, widi a luncheon followSir i r
p .m ii a r e in
in vt ite d to h e lp w ith (b e
^
sm p p in g oiff tiie
tl a lta r in p rep a ra d o n
T h o s e p la n n in g to a t t e n d1 aa r e
fo r G ood F riday.
rid
aske
isk e d to call 934-JG33 o r an y d iu
i
lurch
. G ood FFri
rid a y w o rsh ip o pportu“Jic
’cnm b e r to m ak e a re se rv a tio nn for
I
n iti e s in c lu
d
unch.
u d e a q u ie t p ra y e r a n d
m ed itatio nI tim
tir e from noon to 3 p.m .
.m d a se rv ic
ccc a; t 7 p.m ., w here M iller
K r
10P
will give insigi
sig h ts in to d ie symbolism
a n d theology
< d iis day.
?y of
cpj
im
ith a n d th e E a s te r
R a b b it." pirrci
c s c n tc d by th e M ille r
T\
TWIN
FALLS - “T h en C a m er tl
th e
P u p p e t T ro
o j w ill h ig h lig h t w orOOP,
M■loming"
on
will bc p re se n te d a t 10::
10:50
s h ip a t 1 0) aa..m . E a s t e r S u n d a y .
a.m
,m.. S unday a t th e F irst C h risti;
itian
M iller will ccoi
o n d u a th e scrvicc a n d
C:h
hui
u rd i, 601 Shoshone St. N.
c ele b ra te holy
o ly E u ch arist, a n d L cach
-rn,
T he E aster c an ta ta is w ritte n^ JI
w ill b e th e: o01rg a n is t. A re c e p tio n ,
n n i -^
ill | an d Gloria G a id ie ra n d d ir e a t
c o f f c e h o u •r aa rn d fd lo w sh ip will foly S y lv ia O s tc rm a n . w i t h Mla
airy
low
fclson a t thc piano. N a rra to rs wi
T lie p u b lic
i w d co m e. For m orc
ic is
e S c o tt B a u m e rt a n d To:
in fo rm a tio nn., call
t
788-3547 o r 788c h r o e d e r . O s te r m a n , S h i r l c
5981
V ec r nr o n , S h irle y H a z e n . Til
ilv e r n a le , a n d M a ry A n n e a n
e rr is S w e et w ill b e th c so lo ist
h e story is a sta te m en i a b o u t pei ■
le ’s liv e s b e fo re a n d a f t e r thh eo v
^
c ct d ie Lord.
rrin ity L uU ieran Church
w ill b egin Hoi;
•loly W ee k cele b ra tio n s
All a re invited.
Trinity Lutheran
Li
alyWeek
TW IN FA L L S - Amazii
azm g G ra ce
C
w
w idi a Palm Sunday sc rv ice a t
aa,.m . S u n d a y ,
A
“ B re a
HHib e rn a tio n ” p ic n ic w ill fo!
eci
a c h fam ily is a s k e d to p ro
tl;
t h e i r ow n lu n c h . G a m eIS
s a rc
pl
planned.
A M a u n d y T h u r s d a y s ce rrv ic c
bt in s a t 7:30 p ,m „ a n d th cs Good
beg
(
FFtr id a y sc rv ice a lso s t a r t s aBtt 7:30
p., A prayer vigil will b e g in ir
p.m.
I immcdi,
d ia td y after thc F rid a y scrvice
ice a n d
wi continue until E a s te r m o m
will
i
ming.
O n E a s te r S u n d a y , t h c: Ih ig h
sdio o l youdi group w ill le a d aa sunrise service a t 7 a .m . A b r clak
a l fast
sfUTred by th e y o udi g r o u p and
n d th c
A id A ssociation for L u th e ra nns
s will
follow. During S u n d ay s d io o l1 hour,
h
ch;
c h ild ren will p a n ic ip a tc in an
in egg
hh uu n t. T h c 10:30 a.m . w o rs h ip
ip will
ccoi
o n d u d e thc day’s ev en ts.
JM idw eek Bible Sch o o l w ill c
1 celebb nr a t e E a s te r o n A p r i l 2 w it
^ ith a
R esun
e
R
-eaio n Day party.
1
T h e public is in v ited to a ll cvc
i s s i o
B U R L E Y -- E ld e r D a v id L y n n
D o m an h a s b ec ci
e n c a lle d to se rv e a
■ r a tw o-year mission
^
f o r th e C h u rc h
l y o f J e s u s C h rist
K
o f L a t te r - d a y
j | > S a i n t s in th e
I
P e n n s y lv a n ia
'■* P i t t s b u r g h
: I M ission. H e will
s p e a k in sa c ra I m e n t m eetin g a t
__I 2 :4 5
p .m .
S u n d a y a t th e
David Doman1
B u r le y
1 0 th
W ard d ia p e l. 515
:i5 E .1 6 t h S t.
D o m a n g r a dduuta te d fro m B u rley
H igh School in1 1995
IS
a n d w orked a t
R o b e rtso n Supply
ply I n c o f Tvrin Falls.
H e is d ie son o f JJlu n e L. Dom an and
D ale L D om an,, bbcodi of Burley.
n
s
A
|H
United Metl
ithodlsts
plan special
al services
R U P E R T -T h erUUinited M ediodist
C hurch is p la n n in g :
f o r H o ly W e e k b e
Sunday.
Palm S u n d a y s ejm
n ic c begins a t 11
a .m . A M a u n d y Thi
T h u rsd ay s e rv ic c
sta rts ^ t 7 p.m ., and
in d a pray e r vigil
will be h e ld from 88 a.
a jn . to 8 p,m . on
Good F rid a y . Partid]
u a p a n ts m ay sign
u p f o r h a lf- h o u r un
u n its a n d f u lf ill
th e ir vigil a t hom e: oorr church. E a s te r
S u n d a y se rv ic e s will
.vill be held a t 11
a.m.
S u n d a y sd io o l dJa
a ssscs a re h e ld a t
9:45 a .m . c a c h S u n td a y fo r a d u lts
and d iild re n 2 and ol
K ncs a t 435-3092 or
436-3354 fo r m orc inl
p ublic is invited to all
ro v h /» l
iC V I V d l
F IL E•R
R -• Revival scrviccs are
plarm ed1for
foi 7 p jn. tlaily Wcdncstlay
dutiughM
c
1March
29 at the Ligh^ousc
Pentecostal
(
stai Church
of God, SCOFifdi Sl
B u t it c a n ’t h u r t t o g r e aISO
s e th e
s k id s w ith fla p ja c k s .
B a p tis t s tu d e n ts s p r e a d a caro s s
th e h o t b e a d i sa n d s o f th is sspp r in g
b r e a k m e c c a e v e r y d a y in v ii
stu d e n ts to a f re e pa ncjD te b re
f a s t . A s th e y e a t , t h e y lis te
l e nn t o
ta lk a b o u t th e B ib le a n d Jesu«
» u s in
th c h o p e t h e y l e a v e w ith m to r e
th a n ju s t a fu ll s to m a d i.
C n ic /^ m
c p i^ U |
:opalians se t
GoodP
I Friday service
Penteo
scostals to hold
3<lay' church
c
revh/al
- T he Rock Firm
p ™iRT
ital Church, 600 Fremont
A v e ., is sponsoring
spc
a three-day
revival this
w
lisweek.
“ Cristo>Vienc"
Vii
wiU begin at 6:45
p.m . cach1day,
da' Friday and March 29
a n d 30, Eivangelist
vai
Dwayne Tansa
from H d en
a . Mont, will speak, n ic
aia.
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( a lle d
“ B each R e a c h ,” i t p r e a c*hee s w itho u t g e ttin g to o p u s h y .
“ I t ’s a c o n f r o n t a t i o nn aa l t y p e
o f e v a n g e l i s m , b u t i tt ’s
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i n a w a y t h a t i t ’s nl oo tt c o n f r o n t a t i o n a l , ” s a i d t hn ce R e v .
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a s s i s t a n t w i t h t h e S o uu t h e r n
B ap tist C o n v e n tio n a n d le a d e r o f
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ty;
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o f N a c o g d o c h e s , T o x a s, r e a d s htier
e r 1Bible on the westom end
of Panam a City B enncdh , F la ., o n M o nday. C h ris tia nI ret.
retreats
are getting popular.
ners, offer
ffer su c co r to th e e s tim a tcd 5 0 0 ,00 00 00 c o lleg e s tu d e n ts w h o
•
Jso offer
T h e B a p tis t s t u d e n t s also
f r e e r id e s to s t u d e n t s , hopi
oping to
g e t in a li t t l e t a l k a lo n g lh
thee way.
iponsors
A n d C a m p u s C r u s a d e sp
o
v o lle y b a l l t o u r n a m e n t:ss -- n n d
e a c h e v e n in g i t s m e m b eiiSEurh.
rs
c r in a h u g e b l u c - a n dJ-w
- v h ite
'S tr ip e d t e n t f o r s in g i n g5,, B
1 ible
i sso n s a n d C h r i s t i a n rocli
D cknnd
le
1
roll.
L
I
c ia l te:c
e nn raissionaiy tcam
te a to
serve inI th
diee d ty
II T o p .
Ja m d c a1.. during
dl
Ju n e and
Jl
id July.
is a nonHeather Turner
denom inati
national
y o u th ainn dd m
. issio n s o rg a n iz a tio n th a t train
lin s a n d
le ad s te a m s o f high schoo! aand
n d colle g e s tu d e n ts to do sh o n term
:rm cons tr u c tio n a n d evangelism throi
hrou gho u t d ie w orld.
° T h e Ja m a ic a team will consij
Dnsist of
yy,o u n g p e o p le a n d a d u lts from
rom th e
Uu nite d S la te s a n d Canada wvho
ho ^vill
aaitte n d a “bo o t cam p” in southw
idiw cstcc,m I n d ia n a b e fo re c o n struicctir
tin g a
rr.
o o f a n d in s ta llin g a floor• ffor
o r an
ee:x p a n d i n g c h u r c h b u ildiin
in g in
Jjja m a i c a . T h e y w ill a lso c o n d u c t
J
v a cation Bible school.
T u r n e r . 15. is a so p h o ml o re
re at
M inico H ig h School, a m cmn bci
b e r of
th e R u p e r t F irs t C hristian C hu
hurch
a n d d ie d a u g lite r of M isty and
i
n d Kim
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V.
e t tF
D n t v a r t e <1
r T a y C f IS 3
P e o p le who
whi a rc fighting to put
p r a y e r in our
oui schools and public
p la c e s a r ee well-meaning
w
people,
b u t p r a yeer r sh
; o u ld b e d o n e in
s e c r e t , lik
i k ee J e s u s s u g g e s te d :
M a tlh e w 63:5.
:5 .
i „ t h e ppia s t, p e o p le h a v e
s a private matter
many things like volcanumerous to mention.
ome of us would have
: place if we ^vere told
‘o
o u r h e a d s a n d sta n d
m o tio n le s sly
sly w hile th e se people
p ray ed ,
I t h a s b e eeen
r said lh a t all men
a r e b o m equ:
jqual, b u t n o t all men
a r e b o m wwith
itl th e sam e intelli^
A dvent
v e n tu re s
'bf ene nv c’—h o s e n b y N ew
Mi s s i ons
ns
of
nfield,
I
) r a spc-
j;
”
T W IN FA
FALLS - A s p e d a l p a rd d p a to r y reading
re a
of “The Passion
A ccording
ti Mark” will highUght a
lg to
traditional
(
lal Good
Friday observance
se t to begin
igin at noon Friday at the
Episcopal
C
11 Church
of die Asccnsion,
210 Blue Lakes
Lal Blvd. N. (enter from
A sh Street),
et). Thc event will finish by
d ie end if
of die
d lunch hour. For more
inform adon,
ion, caU 733-1248.
^
>; Dii„.
s>>y
A b o u t 3 ,0 0 0 y
yco u n g a d u lts ,
s o n ic f o r m e r s piring
rit
b re a k sin-
Rev. D clm cr H opkins of
is die speaker. Admission is
id the public is invited. For
5 ;“ e " to
S
iformadon,
call Irene Allen
a tW 3 ^ W 7 ,
t w i n F A L L S - TThh e C h o ir a n d
W in d E n s e m b le o0 f P o r tl a n d
L u th e ra n H igli School
lOol in P o n la n d .
O re ., w ill p r e s e n t a c o n c c r t o f
sa c re d m u s ic a t 7 p.n
O ur Savior L u th e ra n <
H eyburn A ve. E.
T h c progrrm i is p ai n of th c Spring
S a c re d C o n c c r t T our
3ur a n d o n e o f
seven c o n c e rts and sci
services scheduled as p a n of d ie seve
even-day to u r of
Oregon, Id ah o a n d Utal
Jtah, T he d ie m e
is “ C e le b r a tin g Creai
c a tio n .” P e t e r
Nilscn-Goodin E re c ts
;s d ie ensem ble.
H e h o ld s d e g r e e s ffro
n m S t. O la f
College an d Boston Uni
Jniversity.
A freew ill o f fe ringg ^utiH be ta k e n
d e fra y c x p e ^ i^
I
, Ijr [ jV
11«
plans
ral services
Portland groi
■oup
to present cc
concert
W o o d g r a d u a t e d f rno m B liss
H ig h S c h o o l i n 199G.
involved in w re stlin g ,! ib:J k c Z n .
v o lleyball a n d in m e ch
a n ica l and
:ha
w e ld in g p r o g r a m s in F u t u r e
F a rm ers of A m c ric a . HI e iis th e son
o f D o u g la s a n d S h a r oonn W ood o f
R U P E R T - H e a th e r T um
im ei
e r ha s
thouse
Lighth
sio.nn ' T / r X
I
Turner chosen
for missionary tea
eam
; ; r =hursday a t the First Baptist
P?ar*tn“^
Baptist:ts offer ifaith-fillle(d spriing breal
F A N A A U CFTY B E A C H .
( A P ) — T e m p t a t i o n is e v e r y w h e r e . B a rs b e s e e d i stu dle
e nnits to
d r in k a ll d a y f o r SS. Bikini-w
li-w ea rin g w o m e n b c c k o n . T hong
n g-i- c la d
b o y s c ajole.
In to th is G o m o r ra h w a d e s th e
B a p tise S t u d e n t U n io n am
n dd th c
C iim p u s C n is a d e f o r C liris
1 id i
istt w
il w e a p o n o f t h e i r o w n —
— pj a n c a k e s an d b e a c h g a m e s.
“ W e ’r e n o t g o in g to pu-sh
s h G1 o d
d o w n th e ir th r o a t,” s a id R’aa d i a e l
E l r o d , 1 9 , a s o p h o m o>re
re a t '
C a m p e l l s v i l l e U n i v e r s i t y in
K e n tu ck y .
F IL EER
R - A M aundy Thursday
inion scrvice is planned for 7
G O O D IN G - R
R a p a p o r t w ill sp c i
S u n d a y a t t h c T rin
•iniu y E p is c o p a l
Ih /A ve.W .
C hurch. 125 S e ve nth
R a p a p o r t w ill disc
liscuss " M o d e rn
J u d a is m a n d R e a lla tio n s w ith
C h risdanity." T lic pub
lublic is invited.
.
y S a in ts in
2
B ra z il
c ife M ission.
will speak in
e ra m e n t
e d n g a t 12:30
E,mwood
1. S u n d a y a s
t h c: H
H ag e rm an
2nd W ard c h a p e l on H
Hiighw ay 30
and will e n te r d ie Missioi
sion T raining
Center in Provo, U tah. A p
T ^V ^N F A L L S -L ig h to fd
d le
ie World
P ro d u c tio n s w ill present th
«
thce dram
a
" T raveling L ight” a t 3 p .ta.M
March
a
29
a t t h e S e v e n th - d a y Aidd v te n tis t
C hurch, 131 G randview Drive.
ivc.
A dm ission is free. Donation
itions will
go to th c perfo rm in g ministry.
try.
M e m b e r s o f th c c a s t a rc
r c V ern
L a ttin , R h e s a L e d b e tte r,, Liz U c .
R a y M c K e c h n i e , A im ccee R
1 ic e ,
R e b e c c a S a n d is o n a n d J u lb i l e e
W illia m s o n . M a tth e w F ir a n tz
d ire c ts. F o r m o rc infonnation
ition. call
LcsUe L c d b c n e r nt 733-7995.
)5.
FIistE
t Baptist plans
Mauni
indy Thursday
on Highway 30,
c h u rd i.1, located
loc
H an se n g r a d u a te d1 fro
fr m B urle y
High S d io o l in 1996 aan.
n d a tte n d e d
Utah S ta te U niversity’ in
in Logan. H e
is a n E a g l e S c o u t, a a f o u r - y e a r
Sem inary g r a d u a te annd
d th e son o f
Kim an d P a tr id a H ansen
scno fD urley.
^
,
H A G E R M A N -E ld er
ir EI v a n G la d e
W ood h a s b e e n c a lle- dd t o se rv e a
Adventists welco
come
1.T
Traveling Ught’
G OOD
ODING - T he Agape
In ierfaith
aith Luncheon, set for 11:30
a .m , 10
10 :1 p.m . T uesday a t the
lin c o ln
Ii
n Inn.
will feam re a musical
E aster■drama,
dra
Costt for
fo th e luncheon is S5 per
person.1. A'
Admission to the program,
which begins
bcp
a t 12:15 p.m., is free,
F re e b
b aa iby-sitting is available,
E v e ry oone
n e is welcom e. For morc
inform adon,
auo call 934-4003.
—
J o h n T a tto n ha:
la s
b e e n c a l l e d to
tc
serv e a tw o-ycot
:a r
m is sio n f o r the
he
C hurch o f Je su
s
JUS
C hrist o f L a t te
r
erJ B
d a y S a i n t s in
th e
E c u a d oo rr
Q u ito M is s io m.
n,
loshualirttiin
H e wiU s p e a k in
sa cram en t m e cte t­
ing a t 12:30 p.m.
S u nid
d aa jy a t die Twin Falls lO di W ard
c h aip
p eell. 2 2 9 P a r k A v e .. a n d w ill
e n t ee rr tth e Mission T rain in g C e n te r
i n PP rro
o v o , U ta h , W e d n e s d a y . A n
o p e n:n lih o u se is p la n n e d f o r 2 to 6
p .m I.
. SS u n d a y a t th e T a t to n re s id c n cc ee ,:
, 2514 E, 3800 N,
T a tti
tto n is a n E a g le S c o u t a n,d
d
g radJu
u aal te o f Tivin Falls H ig h Sd io o l.
’IH e is
a
is a four-year stu d en t a n d g raduu-a te ooff tth e Sem inary p ro g ra m sponnso re d<1 bby th e church an d w as a parrtid p a>ant
n t in th e First Security G am es,
H e is
is tlth c son of Jo h n a n d C o lleen
"
T a t toon
n tof Twin Falls,
luncheon
Rabbi to spe
al church
a t Episcopal
T W lII F ,U X S - A M
Mooms In T ouch
p r a y e r g r o u p w ill mn et
e c t a t 7 p .m .
Mondays, b egin n in g diis
dii5 Monday, a t
Oregon T rail E le m en tary
tar School.
M IT is a g r o u p o f m o th e rs w ho
m eet to p ra y f o r th e ir diiltlrcn
c
and
fre e sc rv icc s will b e bilingua
ig u a l. T h e
p u b lic is in v ite d . C all 436-91
36-9973 o r
436-3302 ftjr m orc information
itio a
featui
tures musical
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U R L E Y - E ld e r L u k e M a r t in
H an se
s c nn h a s been callcd to s e rv e a
I ^
I tw o-year m ission
.
for th c C h u rc h
E
"'!M
o f J e s u s C h r is t
E —. _ w
o f L a t t e r - d a yy
M h}
S a in ts
inn
V J, (
’■
- ff
E c u a d o r Q u itop
U .X a y
Mission. H e willJ
Ifc •
sp e a k in s a c r a > v iJ l Fi y k
m ent m e e tin g a tI
12 :45
p .m .
L u kike
e! Hansen
S u n d a y a t th eJ
Burley 9 d i W ard1
c h ap cel,
l, 2050
2
Norm al Ave.
T W IN F A L LLSS - E l d e r J o s h u a
Is. For more information, call
at 73S071Z
.
ipe
Agapi
roj» Moms in Touc
uch
rim m eets on IWondays
oi
Pirf
JS/
H is to r ic a l Siite
i tt. T h e B ig g crs w ill
s p e a k in sarcrraam e n t m e e tin g a t 9
a.m . S u n d aya ta tth c M u n a u g h W ard
chap cl a n d m
wil:
il e n te r th c M ission
T r a in in g C emn te
ti r in P ro v o , U ta h .
W ednesday,
T h e B iggcrs
f
■s farm
e d a n d ranched
fo r y e a r s in th
thc
e M u n a u g h /H an se n
a r e a . T h e y rrc
e c e n tl y r e t i r e d a n d
h a v e tr a v e ile
d de x te n s iv e ly . T h ey
h av e five c h ild
:d rne n a n d l6 g r a n d d iil
d ren . C arol Bigg
lig gen sen.-ed a s a volu n t e e r a t Maag
i V a lle y R e g io n a l
g ic
M c d ic a l C enn te
te r a n d h a s b e e n a
R e lie f S o d e ty/ tt
te a d ie r . Kay Biggers
w as a b a rb e •r in
in T w in F a lls for 17
y ears. F o r th c: ppa
ast nvo years, he ha s
b e e n a m e mbbeeir o f th e K im b e rly
LDS S tak e presic
isid ency.
N E WV S -------------------
.
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get
:e n c e ,
a n d i t h a s a lw a y s b e e n
h o se in t h e m in o r it y w h o hhav
ave
r o u g h t g r e a t e r k n o w le d g ec tto
iie m a sse s.
T
fc
^ h e r e is a tim e a n d a p la c:ee for
v e r y th i n g ; l e t ’s tr y t o k e ce p it
i
l a t w ay .
thai
W ILLIAM IIAFFNER
^T w inF alls
77ic
tta
^ T i m a - N c w s tv d c o m a lecttcrs
1 re
0
■dsor
’ ligious to pics o f 20 0 w ords
s s fr o m r e a d e rs. L e tte r s shouh
lo u ld
ic lu d c t h c w r i t e r 's s ig n a ttu
u re ,
a i l i n g a d d r e s s a n d te le p h o n e
n uunm b e r . L e t t e r s c o n s id 'e
e rred
ei
belous, o b s c c n e o r in b a d ta
t a sste
t
i ll b c r e je c te d , a n d T h c T im
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SITY
S t a t e2’s
’s Z o llc r G allery 25
p a ir s o f "H aanes
n e H er Way” cotton
b r ie f s h a n g on
on a wall, cach widi a
r e d cross sd tcht
tched into die crotch.
. ^ h e y lie on
o n a q u ilt o f m u ted
a n d ta n,
n , Ibut th e work tided
“2 5 Y e a rs o3ff V
\ irginity ... A SelfP o r tr a it" is nnot
o t likely to soon fade
in to th e b a c icground.
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th iis
m o n th ,
a
P e n n s y l v a nnia
ia
le g is la to r
d e n o u n c e dI th
th e p ie c e a s a n tiC a th o lic . A no
n o ther
t
critic b lasted
t h e a rtis t’s clarlier
arl
work as “causin g sc a n d a l,, eem
n barrassm ent and
d e e p u n h a pjpiness
p ir
am ong P enn
S t a te C adiolics.’
■cs."
I n r e s ^ n s e , 1Penn State faculty
h a v e ^ vrittenn new
ni
guidelines for
s tu d e n t a rtists,
51S, urging sensitivity
to “a re a s of pote
potential controversy”
in c lu d in g re U
li^pon.
i
But som e stud e n t s w o rr y■th;
th a t th e guidelines
a m o u n l to censo
nsorship.
M e a n w h ile5 the
di artist, Christine
E n e d y , a C adio
tholic, is stunned by
t h e c o n tro v eJrsy.
rsy E ned y said th e
q u i l t , p a r t o ff an
ai u n d erg ra d u a te
e x h ib itio n , expi
ixplorcs h e r womanh o o d a n d v i r^^t ty “I n o ld e n timi
times, w omen would
la k e fa b ric from
j
Dm garm
ents wom by
t h e i r f a m i ly m
m ie m bers to m ake
t h e i r q u ilts mnore
o r personal,” said
t h e s e n io r m aajoring
jo
in fine arts.
“T he a s t thins
lg Idmt cam e into my
underwear, because
IT
n ’s very i ^ n inal.
a l The cross represe n ts o chasuiy
Jly b elt, som ething
„
E n 'd y .Z S .ggrew
rc u p in Portage,
nine years in (id w lic
She joined
ned youth groups and
d i u n * choirs,, ra
and Catholicism is
s ti ila b ig p a r to ifherlife.
fh c
T h a t ’s w h y she
shi w as su rprised
wherlen so m e C a th o lics ob je cte d to a
scul]L ilp tu re s h e d i s p l a y e d in
Novev e m b e r, w h id i so m e c h a r a na c rr-izedd; a s th c V irg in M a iy e m e r ^
fromm a b lo o d y v a g in a.
II 11H ie R e v . F r e d B y m e, d ir e a oi r ooff
th eJ P e n n
S ta te
C a th o li
l icc '
Comi
tiu n u n ity , w ro te to P e n n S ta te
admi
m in i s tr a to r s , c o n te n d in g t:h
hat
“diele g r a p h ic d e p ic tio n p o rtra yy ee dd
one :0o f th e m o s t b e lo y e d a n d v e n ­
eratote d im a g e s o f o u r f a id i in con»ntempi
ip t, c a u sin g sc a n d a l, em bam aiss*
ssm ent
n t a n d d e e p u n h a p p in e s s f o r
Penn
m S t a te C a th o lics, w h o account
u n t.
for pe
p e rh a p s 3 0 p e r c e n t o f d ie ujni-'
ni-'
versit
sity."
“I liI n e v e r vicw cxl i t a s be in g ontin tiCatho
ho lic ," E n e d y sa id . " It’s m o re
•ea
statei
te m c n t a b o u t w o m e n in t h e
churc
irc h , t h a t t h e y s h o u ld tr y' to
gainn
im o r e p o w e r.”
Wh./h e n a c le r g y m e m b e r a s k:ee dd
h er to
to t a k e d o w n th e sta tu e , sshe
he
compl
iplied, b u t le f t a w ritte n staitete ment
it i n its p la c e : “ I m ’t c o llege6 a
leamii
n in g c x p e r ic n c e w h e re w e c2ain
n
grow
iv a n d e x p r e s s o u r fe e lin gJS?
s?
WTiy/ ss h o u ld s o m e o n e ... c o n d em
n nn
someo
e o n e fo r a v ie w p o in t?"
ITiel e c o n tro v e rsy to o k o n a life ooff
its owi
w n. D a v id J o h n so n , c om m uni­
n ication
o n s /p u b lic r e la tio n s d ir e c to
:orr
fo r tlt h e C o l l e g e o f A r t s a n d
Archil
l it e c tu r e , s a id C a d io lic n e w s
service
ices p ic k e d u p th e sto ty , w hich
ch
eventu
i t u ^ y c a u g h t th e a tte n tio n of
Cadiol
loIic re lig io u s rig h ts advocacy
cy
groups
psS tata t c R e p . J o h n L a w le s s , R
R..
Montgt
tg o m e ry C o u n ty , f re q u e n d y a
vocalII ic r i t i c o f P e n n S t a t e , s a id
id
about!
1 100 p e o p le c o n ta a e d him to
to
complt
p la in o f E n e d y ’s w o rk . L a st
st
weokc tid u r in g H o u s e b u d g e t hearirin g sin
,in H a r r is b u r g , h e to ld P e nm
n
State! PI r e s id e n t G ra h a m S p a n ie: r
he was
a s o f f e n d e d b y th e q u ilt a nid
d
wanted
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slow ing,
I n th e O rla nando
c
area , hom e to
a n e s t i m a t e!d
d 150,000 P u e r to
R ica n s, so m a nmyy newcomers have
le f t C a th o lic isism
n th a t P ro testan t
c h u r c h e s a r e : nru s h in g to fill th e
n e ed .
T h is s e is m ic cs sh ift is attrib u ted
to a v a rie ty o ff fifactors. Protestant
c h u rc h e s o f fe rr aa d e a r a ltem ative
to th c t r a d i tioional
n
Catholic wors h ip e x p e r ie n ice:
c e small congregatio n s , c o n t e mnpp o r a r y C h ristia n
m u s i c , c h a r iis
s im a tic form s o f
p r a y e r th a t i nid
d iu d e faith healing
a n d s p e a k i ningg in to n g u e s.
W o rsh ip ers a lso
so say they can bette r id e n tify w ith
ith P rotestant ministe rs , w h o m a y/ nm arry, have familie s a n d u s e b irth
r t h control.
N ew a rr iv a ls sfi from Pueno Rico,
w h o a r e U .S . dd tiz
t e n s, and oth e r
H isp a n ic s p o in
ntt to language as a
k e y e le m e n t in1 dd e d d in g whero to
w o rsh ip .
“ W h en w e p rpray
a
in English, we
p r a y w ith o u rr hh e a d s ,'N a id th e
R e v . M a rc o C au-denas
rd
of Ecuador,
w h o h e a d s H isp
^ aan i c ministries at
N o rth la n d C o m
rr unity Church in
nm
L o n g w o o d , F lla.,
a ., a n d is d ean of
i n t e r n a t i o n a1l s tu d e n ts
at
R e f o rm e d T h e;ological
ol
Seminary
in M a id a n d , Fla.
la . “W hen we pray
i n S p a n i s h , wv e p r a y w ith o u r
h e a r ts .”
N ew c o m ers to[0t th e Orlando area
fin dJ dozens
di
o f la r g e ly P u e rto0
lo cal p r e s e n c e —• SSo u t h e r n
R ican
an c o n g re g a tio n s , ran g in gg
Baptists, Seventh-day/ AAd v en tists
fromn storefront
st'
chapels to Iglesiaa
a n d th e A sse m b lie ss o0f; G o d —
El Calv
^ v a r io — C alvary Church —
have tak e n the lead in1 sf
sp oasoring
in Orla
)rlando, w hich d ra w s 3,0000
Spanish-speaking congre
^yegations.
w orshi
sh ip e rs e a c h S u n d a y an dd
But th e sponsored dm:
:liiirches a re
operate
rates a commercial radio sta-1far outnum bered by intie
id e p e n d e n t,
tion.
P en te c o sta l churches.
I ost a r c
s. M
InI contrast
coi
to churches such ass
h e a d e d b y m in isterss w
w ho h a v e
Fuente
nte de Agua Viva, few er thann
m oved h e r e from I’uer
u e n o R ic o ,
half of
of the 79 parish e s an d mis-;•
an d th e ir ch u rc h c s bei
b e g in w ith
sionss in the Catholic D iocese off
another advantage.
Oriand(
indo offer Spanish-language
services
ices, church o ffidals said.
"We’r
Ve’re invisible,” said th c Rev.
V id aall M
J artin e z, s i t t i n g in th c
Hispani
lanic Pastoral C e n te r, which
operate;
•ates out of a mall in Osceola;
County.
Ity. "There’s a lot m ore to bc
done
! totomake our p resence felt.”
(Non-Di'nomlnationjl)
'’•’I)
Rcspc
isponding to w hat h e called
‘
Celebration: Sunday at S
9 a.m.
the "ch:
‘challenge” of tlie P rotestant‘
Happy H our: W ed. at1 7 p.m.
ch u rch
i has n o t b e e n easy,
rches
Pjslofj: Sheldon b MiryySLigel
St.
Hinderii
lenng the response, Martinez
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P 'rr ii; z e s ~ B a l l o o n s -
___________ N o w t h r o u gIg h A p r i l 1 s t
Dr. Brcnc A. Uo
Barlow is im associiiiu profcjsor
the dcpanincnt
;nt of Family Scicncus at Brinlia
Rliam
Younc Univers
:rsity, He rc-ceivcd his hnclielar
.-lor’s
■ '
and mastcr'j dc
degrees from BYU und )ii^ I’li,
I'li.D
from Florida Si
State University. Ik- hns tnttcl
iiipht
classes nnil re
received outstiindinc teuchir
awards. !ic isnn member of thc Nntioniil Counc
li'ncfi
jH
on Family Itulat
lations. lie und liis wife Susan, ni
tho parents ofr si
six children.
Genera
■ra/ Youth President
United/ P
Pentecostal Church
! 3 ________________________
lien M e lciio ir of C h e y e n n e , Wj
iVyo., Paul Miller of Bellevue,
le,
, a n d D a v id H iiR g in s a r e a sssistin
s
g th e N ational Legal
;al
ltion o f V irginia lle a d i, V a,, inn represendng
i
Etowali County
Ity
J u d g e R oy M oore,
fo u n d a tio n ’s m is';ion is to “ p ra
j
■ayerfully
c re a te ... innovative
ve
e s t h a t ... will cause A m e ric a ’s pt
public policy imd legal s>-stem
rm
i>n a n d fa c ilitate G od's p u rp o se .”
o u n d a tio n ’s e x e c u tiv e d ir e c to
i Steven Fitschen, says the
:or,
lie
:a tio n is e x c ite d a b o u t i t s aissociation
ss
with Moure, who
Iio
to c o n tin u e o p e n in g c o u r t se:
sessions w ith prayer an d to
p l a q u e o f th e T e n C o m m ain
n d m e n ts on his courtroom
^IVAL SU3
p Ii f
"H om e of the Penlecostal
•oviding law yers to h elp an
Alahiima
Tia j u d g e in h is fig h t lo p raac
c tic e religion in his courtrt„„ „ „
n i
\n i
is liv U c S S i
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; lX [,
g e ts su p p o rt
HU.NTS
r rS V IL L E , A l a . - A V irg in ia
ia organization that promotes
tes
C l ,r is tia
i a nni t y in g o v e r n m e n t is pro<
F o r his part,
ir t, th e 34 y e a r-o ld Giles
les sa id h e
is th a n k fu l th
th e r a c ia l
su rf e e l i n g s hav
faced.
“ It really gav m e
.^ •■ e as a
o p p o rtu n ity to p u t in y
Christianity to 1
^
.
________
d ea lin g with th'
l*^*e m e ,” he
j id . B y
ie .sa
, ,
t u r n i n g thle
e o th e r
Actor uosi Amaz
az utiio s re h e a r s e s fo r t h e ‘P a s s ioonn Play’
P
a t th a P a rk T h e a te r P erfo
r
ronning
chee k , “ It’s alio
illow cd m e
A rtsC en terln U
n I C ity, N J., In F eb ru a ry . T h ae thi
U nion
th e a te r’s c a s tin g o f a b lac k actoi
itoras
to te s tif y toi tl
th
e tr u e
j „ u , Christ cousi
lu se d a n u p ro ar a n d s o m e t i c k e t ccaann ce lla tio n s.
m e a n in g off bb e in g a
C h ris tia n . ...- N
N ow is a
b l a c k a c t o r ppoor tr a y in g a m a n
“ m ake;
ikes m ore s e n s e th a n th e;
chance to show Christiar
lianity in a
f r o m f i r s t - ceenn t u r y P a le s tin e
blond-h
d-haired, blue-cyed Jeffrey'
positive liglit.”
licans seekk
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ORLANDO, Fla. A s a te
t ae n - a g e r
in
P u e r to
R ic o , Al
A lfre d o
Velazquez felt a sp iritul al
a l e m p tin e ss th a t w as n o t fillej d 1b y t h e
Catholic church th a t had
a d s; e r v e d
his family for generations,
)ns. S o h e
w e n t to a P ro te s ta n t chu
:h u rc h , a
congregation in w hich hhee f o u n d
th e p e rso n a l re la tio n ssh
h iiip w ith
Je su s h e sought, a n d VVeh
elazqu ez
never regretted his dedsion
;io n .
The 34-year-old engineei
le cr, w ho
moved to Orlando tw o yeai
/e a rs ago,
atte n d s services w ith his far
f a m ily a t
Iglesia F u en te de A gua1 V iv a —
Fountain of Living W aterr C
Clh u rc h .
For centuries, C ath o lid
i d ss m h a s
b e e n th c d o m in a n t rc
r elig io n
am ong Hispanics. B ut in r e c e n t
d e cades P ro testan t missioi
s io n a r ic s
in C e n tra l an d S o u th A
Am
m e ric a
h av e b een draw ing h u ni d nr e d s o f
thousands of converts away
ivay fro m
th c f a ith o f t h e ir f a thieerr;s a n d
m o th e rs . A s S p a n ish -sp
: pe;
e a k e rs
h a v e flo c k e d to t h e U:
U n ite d
States, Protestant churches
h es have
ta r g e te d them , sponsoring
•in g m is sions and congregations.
Although th ere are noI r ee li a b le
fig u res on how m any H[isp
is p a n ic s
hav e abandoned Catholids:
id s m fo r
P rotestant churches o r how
ow m a n y
n e w c o n g re g a tio n s h a vv e b e e n
established to accom m odat
d a t e th e
converts, e x p e n s a g re e tha
th a t th c
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__________
r
In th e first c
i t b ccam e ]!Sr;i;a[
kn.
Desi Am az Gil
Giles w ould
p lay Jesus, thi
th e th e a te r
re c e iv e d hun
lu n d r c d s o f
c a lls a n d ffa>
ax e s fro m
South Americ;
rica, H aw a ii
a n d ev eryyww h e r e i n
b e tw e e n eex]
x p re s s in g
support.
On opening
ng d a y , th e
a u d ie n c e of
if /700 g a v e
G ile s a stand
n d in g o v a tion for his chi
c h a rism a tic
p o rtray al of Je;
Je su s.
“I w as lookii
iking a t h im
a n d I could
l i d n ’t s e e
color,” said 73
73-year-old
M ary W engcn
;e n ic o f S t.
M ic h a e l’s Ch
C h u rc h in
G e r m y n , Pa,
a, “ Y e s, I
knew h e wass black,
bl
but
it d id n ’t make
ke a n y d iffe re n c e .
Hie
H
w as
Je su s.”
]I N
Judge
[e defending religionn
H u n te r ," w
v ho h a s
played Je.siis
u s oi n s c r c o n ,
h e said.
, . .
Thc casting
m s (ic Q sio n
— a n d th e 1
p u b lic ity ani
v e r s y — hav
l a v f (orcL -d
p e o p le to re
th e ra cial chi
tic s th e y a ttr
th c
founc
Christianity.
For the mosi
a n s w e r s com
hav e been enc
s a id th e R c
_A she, th e play
la y s p m d u .-
B l a c k ‘J e5sS U S ’
U N IO N CITY , N .JJ .. ( A P ) T h e th r e e e l e m e n t aa rryj s c h o o l
girls giggled as th e yy in
im a g in e d
w hat Jesus looks like.. H
I e ’s ta ll,
one said. W ith a flowin
w in g w h ite
ro b e , sa id a n o th e r . A
A rn d h e is
nicc.
T he Je su s th e g irlss fi
fro m th e
C h u rch of th e Incaro
r nEa t i o n i n
Jersey City w ere describ
n ib in g w as
a lo t lik e t h e o n e th
e
th e y w e re
w atching on sta g e a t A
Atm e ric a ’s
o ld e s t c o n tin u a lly’ rr u n n i n g
Passion Play.
W hat none of th e girls
r is th o u g h t
to m ention was th a t thlis
is .J e s u s —
lik e th e th r e e o f them*
cm — w as
block.
N o t e v e r y o n e h a ss bb e e n s o
tra n sc e n d e n t in th e irr im
ir a g in a tion. An uproar followed
fed t h e initial announcem ent th aI t ttlh e P a r k
T h eatre decided to cast
1s t a b la c k
actor a s Jesus fo r th e: fir
f ir s t tim e
in th e 8 2 -y e a r h is to)rryy o f t h c
Passion Play in this poor,
)o r, c u ltu r ally diverse community,
yF iv e to u r g r o u p s ccai
a n c e le d
th e ir reservations. O th
e r w an tfiers
cd to reschedule to a sho;
;how w h e n
a w hite actor played Jesu;
2SUS. A fte r
a couple of vague d eath
lth th r e a ts
w e re ph o n ed in to th ee ttlh e a t e r ,
two church schools cance!
n c e le d o u t
of f ea r for the safety off th
t h e i r stu dents.
• A fter centuries of seeini
e in g J e s u s
p o rtra y e d in a r t a n d fil
f ilm a n d
Sunday School books as
IS aa w h ite ,
b lu e^y ed E uropean, thhee I
a b la c k J e s u s s till jaarrss m a n y
Christians.
Eric Hafen, th e d irecto
: t orr o f t h c
P assion Play w hich rumn ss w e e k e n d s th r o u g h A p r il 2200 , s a i d
w hile th e re w as n o excu
x c u sc fo r
th e o v e rt p r e ju d ic e , hh ee c o u ld
understan d the apprehen;
le n sio n o f
m any prospective theaterg
e rg o e rs .
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thought, however, th e ide
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WASHINGTON (AP)
- Sally
P) —
and Kevin Flood knowr w}
what textbooks cost. W ilh four chi]
children in
Indianapolis p u b lic scho
the
fainily p aid 5400 this yeai to rent
books at one-fifth th eir■pri
price.
W ith 44 m illio n chliild
ilt rc n in
public schools, textbook
c
ik costs
rising an d c o m p e titio n fro
from computer purch ases, families
lies, states
and school districts a reI str
struggling
(0 m ake s u re t h e r e are
i
re enough
textbooks to go around.
In N ew Y o r k a lom
n e . Gov.
G eorge P a t a k i sa y s, thi
th e s ta te
muse dou b le th e S114 million
mi
it
now s p e n d s o n boo k s.
s. I:
Ind ian a
Gov. F r a n k O ’B an nio
o n cam paigned la st y e a r on a pro
promise of
free textbooks b u t now is jpushing
a tax a e d i t fo r fam iliess wl
who rent
th e m . In L o u is ia n a , a la
li w su it
alleges th e te x tb o o k shor
ho n ag e is
so acute t h a l p o o r school
ol d istrias
teach fo re ig n lan g u a g;es
e s on the
blackboard o r u se books
a sl
showing
Richard N ixon a s preside:
ident — if
the page h a sn ’t fallen out.
lit.
In a t le a s t se v e n s taa te s , stud e n ts a r e c h a r g e d a fe
f d e th a t
indudes th e p u rch ase orr rental
re
of
textbooks.
And w hen Louisiana Gov
3ov. Mike
Foster this y e a r proposed
c d spending S75 m illio n fo r com
m pp u ters,
—
r o le
(q u e s t i o n ls e d
C IN C IN N A T I, O h io (A
T he g o v e r n m e n t is off
re^vards of $60,000 fo r the a
of tw o b r o t h e r s w ann tc
te d in
shootouts w ith Ohio authori
loritics.
The FBI said F rid ay itt is offering 550,00 0 f o r t h e a rre
•re;sts o f
Chevie O’B rie n K eh o e,, 24,
24 and
C heyne C. K e h o e , 20, bboo th of
Colville, W ash.
They face 16 charges cach
eac for
a lle g e d ly s h o o tin g a t a fS ta te
H ighw ay P a t r o l tro ooppce r, a
Clinton C ounty s h e r if r s• deputy
d(
. and t^vo W ilm ington police
lice offi: cers in t^vo shootouts follow
lowing a
: Feb. IS tr ^ f ic stop.
• In a d d it i o n , t h e B ureo
re a u of
- Alcohol Tobacco a n d F irear
earm s is
. offering a $ 1 0 ,0 0 0 rew ardi for
fo the
; arrest and co n v ictio n of' Chevie
Cl
• K eh o e on f e d e r a l f ire
re ;a r m s
• charges.
Chevie K ehoe, a gun deal
lealer, is
c h a rg e d w ith p o s s e s ssio
io in o f
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wbook fees. Though th e
F lo o d s can
a
;n afford
lo a v o id th a t
plight, Mrs.
F
s. Flood
says th e fam ily
m ust raise! m
mioney to supply additio n al books
)ks not in d u d e d in th e
$400 fee.
“W e have
ve iadditional fund-roise r s to ra ise
ise m oney to u s e t h e
hands-on m
at
naterials
and th e lite rslu r e books
:s tith a t we a c ^ w ^ y d o
use,” she said
aid.
School offit
iffidols in o th e r sta te s
c o m p lain th te y ’re h a m p e re d b y
r e s tric tio nns
s ilh a t force th e m to
b uy expensivi
tsive books from sm tca pproved list
lists even though th e y
p lan to use: otl
other materials.
A pending
ng bill in New M exico
w o u ld givee si
school d is tric ts th e
flexibility to
to uuse a btgger sh are o f
m oney for scholastic
scl
m agazines,
daily newspap
papers and CD-ROMs.
A m easure
i Oregon w ould l e t
r e in
local districts
cts <
charge s tudents f o r
p a p e r b a c kIcs
s —
• su c h as J u d i t h
Guest’s novel
i'el "Ordinary P eo p le”
— to su p p len
lem ent s ta te -o rd e re d
anthologies,
“O fte n thh e one you p ic k h o s
t h r e e sto rie
ie s th a t y ou u s e f o r
teaching, and
Ild you're paying S54
fo r t h e a nilhology,”
ih t
s a id T o m
H ayes, curricu
■iculum director a t th e
B end-L aP ine
n e school d is tr ic t in
Bend, Ore.
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Sally Flood stand!
nds behind her children, from left,
t, N
Maire, 7, Brian, 14, Kyle, 9, ant
)nd Brendan, 16, Tuesday at theli
'’e'f
Indlanapollt home
ime. Flood paid S400 thli year to> rei
rent school textbooks for her foi
lour children who are enrolled In
Indianapolis publli
ibllc schools. Most public schoolss oi
outside of intllana provide theI bbooks
<
a t no charge.
critics ^vere o uJtraged.
tr
“W e n e e d to0 look
k
a t purchasing
textbooks before
ore we get into the
c o m put'
5U ter busin ess,” said Rep.
W a rre
re n T ric h e , D -T hibodaux.
T he stai
s ta te H ouse is looking into
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firearm s taken
from ArkansiK
g un
d e a le r
V
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D avid M ueller
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iT
9 so u g h t
fo r
H
d q uestioning in
H
■ th e slayings of
B W
• * j BB M u e lle r, h ts
B w ife, N ancy,
I and h e r 8-yearo ld d a u g h te r,
0 ™«nS a ra h ElizaKehoeb e th P o w ell.
T h e ir b o d ie s w
wc
e re found n e a r
Russellville, Ark.,
•k., on Ju n e 28.
O ne of the shoe
fitwtouts, involving
th e tro o p e r and
t e deputy, ^vas
d th
captured on videot
eotapcbyacam era
m ounted in a pati
patrol cruiser. The
seco n d sh o o touut t cam e m inutes
laterw ith iwopolic
slice officers.
N one o f the law
la officers was
injured b u t a p)asser-by
as
received
am in o rw o u n d .
F e d e ra l law ppro
n h ibits federal
regulators from receiving'gifts
re
or
o th e r th in g s o f vvjalue from persons o r com panic u n d e r
regulation,
W illia m s w as
p a rt" of obtaining
ing those favors,
sa id a n o th e r pros
ro secutor, Barry
C obum , a n d failei
iled to truthfully
a n sw er in v estigjaatto rs’ questions
about them,
“W illia m s' invo
ivolvem ent gave
him th e m o tiv e: to
t( say what he
said,” C obum adde
ided.
B u t L e v in e toll
o ld ju r o r s th a t
W illiams trutlifuUy
illy answered the
questions p u t to) him
h
by governm ent investigators,
rs.
Becausc investig:
tigators failed to
tape record th eirr ir
interviews with
Williams o r take! v«
verbatim notes,
Levine said, th ere
'
re was
no way to
pro v e ex actly wha
h a t th e lobbyist
said,
R a y a rg u e d thai
h a t th e governm en t p re se n te d testim
te
ony from
nvo agents from eeaa d i of the two
in te r v ie w s to c o rnr o b o ra te th e
accuracy o f William
ams’ replies,
T h e d e f e n s e rrc:
e s te d its case
T hursday w ithoutt calling
a
any ivitnesses,
If convicted, Willi
'illiams could be
sentenced to fiveI years
yt
in prison
and fin ed u p to $ 250,000
2 S(
for eadi
count.
E spy, w ho resign
igned as USDA
secretary in DecemI
im ber 1994, has
steadfastly d enied
j
d any
wrongdoing.
William Schliditer sai
Police trie d (o rec
reconstruct tlie
c ra s h th is m o rn inng.
g W itnesses
s a id t h e e a s tb o ulurn d c a r was
speeding w hen it lost
lost control and
h it th e w estbound1 vvehides. The
four-lane highw ay wa
w as dosed this
moming.
"I w as w atching; TV.
T I heard a
b an g ,” s a id B a rb a rna P ier, who
lives n e a r th e a cdder
dent. “I looked
out m y living room
\
n window
and
saw a v an flipping over."
ovt
T h re e p e o p le wei
v e re in ju re d ,
in c lu d in g a 65-yearar-old woman
taken to a Philadelpl
Jphia hospiml.
She w as r e p o n e d in critical but
stable condition,
A n o th e r p e rs o nI w
was tre a te d
and released fit>m th
thie Pottstown
hospital, w hile a third
ird person was
in serious condition1aatt the Lehigh
Valley T rau m a Center
textbook shortages.
In Indiana, som e fam
il
n ilies
have
b e e n hauled in to c o u r t o v e r
on
D .J .’s m a n s i o n1
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lyhaa
beg
•egun fo red o su re proceedings
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O.J
).J. Simpsori’s B rentw ood horao
hon
afti
fte r he m isse d $ 8 6 ,0 0 0 ini ppaa y
mei
ients, co u n records show.
HE a w th o rn e S a v in g s, whic
»rhich
finr
inanced th e purchase, filed leg
le g ^
notice
ot
th is w e e k ih a t SimIpso
p so n
was
ras delin q u en t in m aking m
mor
ongag
age paym ents of $86305.62I ppli
lu s
ove
verdue real e sta te taxes. .
AA so u rc e f a m ilia r w ith1 th e
r jcords
ea
told T he A ssodated Pre:
Press
that
tat Simpson h a s p aid everythin
thing
exct
Kcept th e first h alf of his 1996-9
96-97
taxt
otes, which com e to $7,299.49.
19.-•
Tl “notice o f default a nd el&
The
dection
□n to sell u n d e r deed o f trust”
si” iis
th
ICe first s te p ta k e n b y le niding
d in
inst
istitutions in fo re c lo su re prc
p ro ceet
codings. If Simpson does n ottppa
ay
uP pin t h r e e m o n th s , th e E l
Segi
sgundo, Calif., com pany caniscU
sd
d eiejproperty a t auction.
CCio n ta c te d b y p h o n e to d a y ,
Simj
m pson told th e AP: “I knew
ew i
was
IS going to h a v e to move even
jventually.
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- v e h icles, k illin g se v e n p eoopple,
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“All I saw w as a c a r in the
ic a ir
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J e n n i f e r H u m s a id T h u rssd
d aa y
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n e a r Pottstow n in so u th e a ste
:term
Pennsylvania. A 1-year-old chil
diild
w as dead on a rriv al a l Pottstow
town
M em orial M ed ical C e n te r, offioff
d a is said.
A n o th e r y o u n g c h ild , ag e
unknown,
^vas among the lead
“ W e’ve h a d a c d d e n t s o n thi
th is
road before but n o n e like this. Thi
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is d ie worst Pve seen in 12 years,'
ars,”
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WASHINGTON (AP) —- A fedcral court ju ry d elib eratedd acriminal chargcs F rid a y againstit a lobb y ist fo r T y s o n F o o dIss In c .
accused of Ijnng to investiga
tigaiors
• about providing favors to former
for
Agriculttire S e c re ta ry M ike
e EEsp y .
In closing a rg u m en ts, pros
iroseculo r R oben R ay said lobbyist
J
ist Jack
L. Williams “lied b ecause ho
ho had
to protect w h a t h e k new ”’ of his
involvem ent in pro v id in g fa'
favors
to E spy a n d E s p y ’s g irlfric
f rie n d ,
P atricia D em p sey , on b ehal
h a lf of
th e nation’s la rg e s t p o u ltry
ry |pro' ducer.
Defense a tto m e y B arry Levine
Le<
told the jury th e g ovem m ent
:nt was
pTing to blam e W illiams for
i
o r failin g to a n s w e r q u e s t i o n ss tth a t
; investigators n e v e r asked.
“If they did n ’t ask ed thei qt
ques■ tio n , h e d i d n ’t p r o v id e ith e
ans^ver,” L evine said . “This
i a
lis is
ca se w ith a h is to ry o f investi
estigative ineptitude.”
Williams, a W ashington lobbylob
is t for Tyson, h a s p le a d e dI innoin
ce n t to d ia rg e s o f rwice lying
i n g to
fe d e ra l in v e s tig a to rs a b o u t :his
. knowledge of a n d p a rd d p a tio
r in
tion
I obtaining the favors fo r ^ p yy..
I I n v e s tig a to r s s a y th e fav<
a v o rs
• included $1,009 in a ir travel
sl aand
■ a $ 1 ,2 0 0 s c h o la r s h i p
f r
fo
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k ee ts ,
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cris would bring a
n e w a tta c k on
on Isra e li civilians.
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aft<
te m o o n th e blow
cam e, in th e sun-splashed
sui
streets
T el Aviv as
as costum
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ed Israelis
p re p a re d for■PPiu n m holiday partiesA n Isla m icc m
n ilita n t carry in g
nail-studded explosives
exp
in a shopP»ns b a g blew
I self u p am id
;w him
th e umbrcUa-sh
i-shaded tab les of a
q u i e t o u td olo
o rr c a fe . T h e b la s t
killed th e 28-ye;
-year-old Palestinian
bom ber and th
thn
ree Israeli women
in ju re d 46.
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lli en ce h a d been
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!d
to the
the terror of explosives,” said
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m (e d T ib i, a n a d v i s e r to
;o
Arafai
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The"he bombing w as p receded by
)y
two days o f Palestinian
in riots over
the construction in Jenj
misalem. In
H ebron o n Friday, Israe
a d i soldiers
fired te a r gas and livee 1bullets to
d isperse 1 ,0 0 0 stonethn
th e Je ru sa le m construc
uction site,
police d u b b e d Palestin
limans w ho
ha d b e e n show ering tl:
stones.
N e ta n y a h u , in turn,
A r a fa t, sa y in g th e Pal
'a le s tin ia n
lea d er gave Islamic mili
lilitants his
ta d t approval to can y o
ings. A s proof, Netanya
A rafat’s dedsion to free
ec Ibrahim
M aqadm eh from ja il M;
M aqadm eh
is h ead o f th e m ilitary wi
w in g o fth e
M u slim g r o u p H am as
c la im e d re sp o n sib il
Friday’s bombing.
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unwilling or unable Io enjoy a pn
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Frid
Friday from France.
Reporters were chased fromt the
tl
lirport after a plane believed to0 be
1
^Trying Zaire’s president park(
ked
em^the tarmac for half an hour.
W eakened by prostate cancc
cer,
he I66 -year-old M obutu had hopt
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lis return would h d p end f i^ tii
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md restore confidcncc in his divi
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i^teious arrival only added 10 que
uesions about hl'i health and his a billbi
tyy to run th e government.
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tops. A convoy of lim ousine
nes
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arrived late r a t th1C
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p
mansionin theC amipTshatshimilipT :
tary compound.
Mobutu "is a little
1 tired —
tie bit
you know, traveling from
froi France to
Z a ire ,” his p rivIte
a te s e c re ta ry ,
Lando K ota-M bongo
ngo, to ld The
Assodated Press. “Th:
‘T hat's why he
wanted to take a r eest
s t and
;
consult
his entourage.”
Lando said M obum
mw
would speak
to reportere Saturday
ly oorr Sunday,
U n til F rid a y moorn
rn in g , when
Mobutu boarded a plane
plan in southem France, he had not
not been seen
in public anywhere since
sin( entering
a Monaco hospital nearly
nea:
a week
ago, re p o rte d ly wv ith in te rn a l
bleeding linked to previ
previous cancer
surgery.
P hoto g rap h e rs w
n k e p t far
v e re
aw ay b ut co u ld ju
JSts tm a k e out
Mobutu’s tradem ark
le
k leopard-skin
hat through tdephoto0 lenses.
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Is ra e l (A P) — A
policew om anI cradled
cr
a screamin g 6-month-old
old b aby in a blueand-red d o w n1 <
x
costume,
h er head
m a tte d wich bloo
jlood. Nearby, a sm'd d e -b o m b e r’ss dcharred body lay
o n th c sm oke-fi
e-filled p a tio , the
p a n ts rip p ed ojff
ffihis body.
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N apkins and
■ j h a lf-e a te n
I
p la te s o f food
y w e r e s tre w n
M am o n g overB tu rn e d tab les,
c h a ir s
and
y u m b r e lla s in
■ th e
A p ro p o
^ C a fe , w h e re
M o n ly a s h o r t
J tim e e a r l ie r
patrons sat eatin g a n d c h a ttin g ,
m any
Netanyahu
dressed in cosjb r a te th e Jew ish
im.rj
tu m e s to celeb
on, heard through. holiday o f Purim.
el Aviv, sh a tte re d
T h e explosion,
serenity.
o u t c e n tra l T el
i
arlie r, w a ite r Gal
tb e afternoon sere
a nervousM o m e n ts eanoticed
rli
m
Ben-Tsur h a d noto v in g b e tw e e n
th e c e n te r of the
lo o k in g m a n mo
ta b le s tow ard ere
thi was “ a tremenI h e blew up,” Ben. patio. T h e n there
dous flash, and he
[bn Gvirol S tre e t,
T su rsaid .
Aviv’s m ain thorOn n e a rb y Ibn
p le s tr o llin g in
dow ntow n T el oAv
o u g h f a r e , p e oaes
p l fro z e . H a d it
•oom?
Some pointP u r im c o stu m e s
soon a crow d w as
b een a sonic boor
I the scene.
e d w e st, a n d sooi
t r e e t fro m t h e
running tow ard sthi
A c r o s s t h e as rti- o ld S h a b t a i
b l a s t , 1 8 -y e a ri
Japan blastts U.S. airli
dine
‘
i sti
Sttfick Friday a t a cafe In Tel M
* » » ">man
• Injured In a suldda bombing
^vlv, Israel, Is escorted to an amli
Levam
a n d a h e a rd th c b la s t, a n d1
s c u ff le d w ith po lice try
t r in g to
w ith Iggi iraffe m akeup s till o n his5
keep th e crowd away.
f a c e2,, r a n o u t s i d e to f i n d a1
P o lic c h e lic o p te r s hi
h o v e re d
sc e n le
e >of c a rn a g e a n d d e stru c overhead. Officers withh sniffing
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dogs s c o u re d trash can;
ms a n d a
y J
A c rc ry in g b a b y d r e s s e d in aI
p la in c lo th e s policem an
m w ith a
d o w n ccostume lay on th e ground,,
m e g a p h o n e y e lle d : “Ev
h e r fai
fa c e b lo o d ie d . N e a r b y , aI
S " e
T h o u san t
m o v e a w a y , th e r e mi|
woman
lan — th e baby’s m other? —
another bom b!”
You
lay still
till, not breathing. An elderly’
D ressed in white, memb
nbers o f a
Sei
w om la
ann L e v an d a a s s u m e d w as•
religious b u rial group air
urived to
th e bai
b a b y ’s g ra n d m o th e r c rie d 1
g a th e r b o d y p a r ts fro
rom th e
“Where
e re is my daughter?’
debris.
“The
■here w ere blood a n d a shes;
The bom bing ignited a debate
in th le
e 1baby’s h a ir,” th c sh a k e n1
on th c stree t.
L evand
mda said.
“W e n e e d to go to Ga
A po:
p olicew om an a r r iv e d a n d ,
start sh o o tin g a t childrer
•en, too!”
c r a d lir
lin g th e s c re a m in g b a b y ,
sc re a m e d o n e e ld e rlyi >
tfUM
w o m an
^
drovee o:
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off. The baby, h e r legs banwho g av e h e r nam e only as Rosa.
~
imbulanco.
dagedd aand h er arm s hooked u p to
“T h a t m ea n s you’re no
no b e tte r
intravei
venous tubes, w as in stab le - than J h e A ra b s," a man
m in th e
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conditii
lition a t Tel A viv's Ich ilo v
crowd responded.
Hospita
litaL
“N etanyahu is to blame
Pand(
ndemonium reigned, a s peoholding u p th e peace pr<
process,”
p i e fle d th e b o m b s ite . Tw o
said P in i M elekh, 50, ann electrii
presdiO'
Jioolers — o ne d n s s e d as a
d a n in th e cafe minutes
;s before
d ow n,
1, tth e other a s a cow boy —
thc b la s t
inds o f B argains...
r a n frc
fro m th e c a fe in s h o c k ,
N e a rb y a g r o u p o f s<
s e v e ra l
A n x io
u b y s ta n d e r s w h o h a d
lous
right-w ingers carried sign
^ read■ ou
■ C a n Buy,
arrived;
ed at th e scene to ti7 to h d p
ing; '‘It’s n o t peace — it’s; t£
terror.”
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It was th e first um e Japan ha
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“Because this involv
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;po rters.
Japan also is likely
t tak e up
:ly to
the issue during Japanpan-U-S. aviation negotiations pila
lann n e d next
month, said another mil
m inistry official, who spoke on cor
co n d itio n of
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S2 billion in oil for
o r as n in itial six-m onth p e rio di to
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b e g a n soon after,
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la v e c o m p lain ed a b o u t d e lay ss in
ir the food deliveries,
blaming a cumbersc
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MOSCOW - Sev.
J e v e n ie e n c h ild re n in th e c aistem
sti
Siberian d ty o f
Ulan-Ude suffered
d c
c a rb o n m o n ox id e p o iso n in g5 after
al
the heating sys- I
lem at their school
»1fa
failed .
T he ITAR-Tass; ne
news agency said Friday that
[iat 15 of thc children I
who fd l ill shortlyy afte
af r the headng system broki
t)kc down were out o f
danger but the rem;
emaining two w ere in cridcal
c
II condidon
at a local I
hospi taL
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p
by iieafin
iin g
e ln d e e r d e a d
M O S C O W -Hla
ars
rs h w in te r w e a th e r h a s le ftt ai
an estimated 30,000
reindeer dead of sstar
ta r v a u o n a n d d ise as e in R uLssia's
ss i
far northeast, a
news agency said Frie
F rid a y .
Last fall was markc
u k e d b y un u su a lly w arm temnperatures
pe
and heavy
rains in the Chukotki
3tk a P e n in su la, a n d th e so g gyy gground then turned
to a thick o u s t o f ic
icee w h e n w in te r te m p era tu rc•es
is >
dropped far below
freezing. The cnistt th;
th a t fo rm ed o v er m a n y p a stu
w ne s m ade it impossible for the reindeer
T to g raz e.
H ie ITAR-Tass new
new s a g e n c y q u o te d em erg enicy
c y management offid a is as saying the regi
re g io n lo st a b o u t o n e-fifth o f iits
t s :150,000 reindeer.
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S c cJtion
tic
A ro
OUND
THEY
VALLEY
~ O S H A\
invesi:tigates1
fatal lo;)ader acccident
SkyW est adi
Idds flight to
Salt Lake Ci
City April 6
By Mark Heinz
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t w i n F A L L S -S•tarting
ta r
April 6 , there will
daily roim dtrip
Tip flights between Twin
Falls and Salt L ake Q
r
Qty.
T h e U ta h -b a s eJd
d SkyW est A irlin e s
announced Friday the
th e addition of the daily
DighL
“In light o f re c e:n
n tt com petitive serv ice
reductions in T w inn F
F alls a ir se rv ice, th e
added flight gives uu ss |greater c a p a d ty and
our passengers greate
ja te r convenience th a n
ever before,” said Steve
:even Hart, SkyWest vice
presidfait of m ark et dev
devdopm ent
Last m onth, th e Sc:
S eattle-based H orizon
Airlines announced it
it \would discontinue its
three daily flights bxjtween
et\
Twin Falls and
Boise April 19 bccause
s e tthe route had bccomc
unprofitable.
In the other directioi
rtion, SkyWest’s new est
nonstop will d e p a n Th
Twin Falls a t 2:56 p jn .
O ther flights le a v e aatt 7:26 a.m., 9:JG a.m.,
1:21 p.m , 4 iS p.m. anc
and 7:46 pjiL W ith the
new night, return servfo
■vice will be available at
8 35 ajR , 11:30 a j i t , 1:4'
1:45 p.m., 3.-05 p jn ., 630
p m and 9-35 p jn .
“We’re very p leased
id Ito add service to our
popular Twin Falls-Sal:
Salt Lake City ro u te ,"
H a n said.
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JERO M E - The Occupatio
ational Safety
{
a n d H e a lth A d m in is tr
traa tio n h a s
j
launched a n investigarion1 into
in a fronte n d lo a d e r a c c id e n t t h aa tt k1 ille d th e
r
m achine’s operator Thursday
day aftem oon
r
n e a r Jerom e.
It isn’t d e a r w hether Greg A. Hills of
1 in F a lls w as w e a rin g •eg
Tw
aa s;
safety b e lt
t at p robably would have savi
th
saved his life,
a
authorities said.
Hills, 43, o f Twin Falls, diec
died instantly
v hen th e ^ b c a t loader h e wt
w
! was using to
k
load
steel p ipe onto a flatl>ed
bed trailer in
d
the y ard a t Rocky M ountain
:
lin Industries
n e a r Je ro m e tipped forw ard
ird on top of
hh im , J e r o m e C o u n ty SShhee riff Jim
W eaver saicl
lid Thursday.
In d u stria
ia l safety sta n d a rd s re q u ire
Bobcat opei
w rators to wear a safe ty belt
o r h a rn e s>s
s to keep them fro m being
"R
thrown from
>m the cab in an a cd d e n t, said
aia
Virgel Howi
well, a compliance officer at
at
OSHA’s Boi'
oisc office. He said h is agency
'cy
stan e d its ir
mvcstigation of th e acd d e:nt
nt
a fte r a c all
til from the J e ro m e C ounty
'*y
Sheriffs Dep
department.
J e r o m e ' S h e riff’s D e p a r tm e n t
D eicctive pDa n C hattenon d eclin e d ntot
to
give a n y de
d e ta ils of his d e p a r tm e n t’s
ts
investigarion
on.
Jero m e Fi
F ire Chief Jim A uclairc said
Jd
Friday th a}tt it isn’t yet know n if Hills
Us
was w e arin
m,g his seat b e lt w h e n th e
le
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Police:investiga
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ate link
betwee:en bomb) and boook
By KontMcCloary
instruc
uctions for m aking Iwmbs,, sei
setting
_________________ fires a
and c re a tin g civil unrest,t, aand
r is
i
availnh
able in m any forms, including
ding the ’
TWIN FALLS - Pol
Police a re n ’t q u ite
In te rn
m e t. T h e f l ie r s a d v e rtis
ed a
tise
c allin g it a b o m b ,, bbiu t th e y sa y th e
600-pa,
pafje book for S30.
device tliat em ptied1 aa Twin Falls bank
P u ttttin g a d v e r t i s i n g nn c a r wi
w indTuesday could h ave bee
been dangerous.
shields
ds is a violation o f d ty ordina;!
inances,
Twin F a lls p o lic:ee :a r e n ’t s u r e th e
said Tv
Twin Falls High student resoi
esource
device is;Connected _to
to the di.'vtribution
officer
;r Brian P ike, a city police offi
officer.
o f le a f le ts a d v e r tis
ir a book w itii
ising
But tha
hat’s not th e only reason Pike
'ike and
instruaions for making
ing bombs, b ut they
c ity de
detec tiv e s a r e in v estig atin
g th e
ing
are investigating it ass if it were.
fliers,
About 300 fliers wer
■vere placed on car
“Ourur concern is in what may’ be
be th e
w in d sh ie ld s in th e: Twin
T>
F alls H igh
motive/es behind it," P ik e said. “If
"If it’s
School west p arking lot
lot March 13, offermoney.
y, Ihat’s o n e thing. If it’s tryinj
ryinK to
ing The A narchist’s Cookbook
Co
for sale
promote
nte anarchy, o r domestic terror
riorism
through a Tw in F alls
i
Ils post officc box.
that’s something
so
e lse.”
Over tJie w eekend, the fliers w ere disHandi
iding out th e fliers or even hav
having
tributed at C ity Park in 'Twin Falls.
T h e “ C o o k b o o k ”’■ is c o lle c tio n o f
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^ TW IN F A L L S - S a r a S
Sla
la n e
“ A h h h ,” b u t sh e d id n ’t say,
say
w hen h e r cavity was filled.
In ste ad of a w elding d rill {
anesih
ihetic.
Tw in F alls d e n tist Robe
o b e n Adimis
aim ed a je t of a ir to “sandblast the
BOISE - T he d ty ojff F
Fairfield is getting a
jp
Twin F ails
Ils ddle nstuff w ithin five minutes.
S44.000 state
to> install
in
culverts under
t is t R obI Ada
A dam s
“That’s nice. I like th a t a lot Ibetter," a
U S. Highway 20 fo r drai
drainage of antid p ated
sn
smiling Slane said.
p a u s e s ffor
o ra
spring flood waters.
F or th e past two m onths, A(
m om ent. w hile
Adams has
Gov. Phil Batt F riday
ly aj
announced the Idaho
be
b e e n u sin g th e a ir- a b ra s iv e system ,
Community D evelopm
tlie bo ndjin
in g
imeent Biock G rant on
wf
which
is new to th e region.
Friday.
m a te ria llin
in
H olding a slim h a n d tool, h sprays
‘TTiis is a wise investn
istment,” h e said. “We
ou
S a ra
out
th
e
gelatinous
d
e
cay
m
ate
laterial with
.
want to do all th a t w e can
can to prevent damage
wa
nowly
led
w ^ e d com pressed a ir an d aalpha aluand to avoid problem ss rs
related to this year’s
mi a , a f in e fo o d -g r a d e su i
to o th Is cure
unusually high snowpacks
Id a ."
PPmrrin
e s s u r e s e ttin g s c a n h i t uj to
k
A dam s u s e d ,a
The project is a team
pounds
p c r square inch.
am effort of th e sta te
P®
n ew ptoco
:odduiu re
B u re a u of D is a s te r S
Seerv ices, th e s ta t e
B^ efore th e proc ed u re, Slane
ane donned
th a t u s e s com
coi Thmsportation a n d Comn
goggles
to k e e p the p o w der oi of h er
)mmerce departments,
E0 (
p re s s e d aairir a n d
and d ty and county o ffidi
Bdals.
oyi T h e re w as no in je c tioon
eyes.
n to
i num b
the area.
the
a littlo g rit to
tc
Occasional tufts of w hite pow
blow th e d ec a y
powder rose
from h e r m outh, b u t a suction iremoved
o u t o f th o
residue from th e air jet.
to o th .
T h e d e n tis t fille d th e hole
lolc w ith a
TWIN F A L L s '/ f hlei 'iRegion IV P u b lic
' jwJh ite m a te r ia l, u sin g a b lu e' lig h t to'
bond it to th e tooth.
T ran sp o n a tio n A d v iso
r Com m ittee will
sory
.1
m eet from 9 a jn . to noon'
im c ra capj
wn Wednesday Room
^ E a rlie r, a n o ra l v id e o came
th e im age of Slane’s tooti
B nt the D epartment o ff Health
Hi
ooth, blemand W dfare,
[ Jcured
f
ish ed w ith a b la c k c a v ity sp o t, an d
601 Pole Line R o a d
D iscu ssio n w ill fo)c
c uu s on th e r e c e n t
^* ow ed it on a color m onitor.r. A fter the
u rutreatm ent, th e tooth looked
!d li
like new.
s ta te w d e public transp<
isp o n ad o n advisory
“I t’s nic e fo r th e p a tie n ts to see the
co u n cil m e e tin g a n dI a rev iew o f g ra n t
USTU
1
’u>rm/7wn«»jwn
Jcfo re a n d a f te r s h o t," A dan
decisions and p u b lic trar
la m s said .
clothina sh e rated
n
tra n sp o n atio n legisuc_
tho experience a sig‘Som e people a re apprehensivi
Sdiool in Omaha, Neb. He
He graduated in
l a t i o n c o n s i d e r e dI b y t h e 1997
span wass tivo
t to th r e e years, now the
nificant im pro
le iif
rovem ent over last w eek’s
re a tm e n t a n d th e y look a t th
May 1996 and o pened a. ppractice.
n
Legislature.
span
is
mo
th
e
video
drilling
on
m
o
t
nore like 10 ye ars," he said,
lOther cavity.
am
n dd sa y , ‘W e n e e d to d o som
“Rob is the first guy■in
in the area I’ve
som ething
„
llio se in
infamous d rills also are quietei
T h e co m m itte e stu idies
d ic p u b lic tra n s it
t." Slane said. “My w hole
aboi
ibout this.’”
h e a rd o f u s in g i t , ” said
sai Dr. M ark
Witliin the
the last eiglit years, fiber optic
num tbed
b( up half the day.”
issues, polides a n d proce
>piics
ocedures and assists
Tl only complaint is th e powd
The
A lexander of Tw in Falls,
lis, president of
m ade it possible
p
to p u t a light a t th,
“Because aI tdrill creates heat, presth e Public Transportation
th e
ion Advisory Council
“I feels like P ve b een a t th e 1
“It
ip.
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ drill tip.
sure a n d vib ra
and the Division o f Public
ration, it causes a lo t of “
)lic ■^ansportation in
Slar
lane s ^ d . D espite th e g ritty ,ta , ^ .
ie n ts w ho lo se a to o th havi
p a in ,” A d amas
s said. And th a t o f te n */l
!
m
have
planning, resource identtf:
ntification, coordinathe
tic pow der she k e p t bru sh inn gg off h e r
'Aftertheprocedure, patk)
tieiits
asi',
Are^'e
options
requires anesth
ns
O
lh
e
r
t
h
a
n
d
e
n
tu
r
e
s
ani
thesia.
tion and evalu atio n o ff regional
re
-----a n d local
JS, sudi as im plants, Alexande
bridges,
The painless
done already? Its a nmuch letter
in der
B a ir treatment is invalutransportation services.
able withyoiuifi
ng padents, he said,
Members of the Region
I Committee are
3n IV
experiencefo r the
p
<epatient:
rthodonna, m uch of the lechnc
“They d on’tt li
:hnoleave the office c ry in g ”
LynnD. Hughes, R ichard
F
■d Fenton
J r , R oben
^
logical1 i(
leaps a rc re la te d to the w re ii
Adams said.
Bailey and D windle Allred.
otlier appliances, said Dr
s e a s ie r on th e to o th ,
-R o b e rr tt/A d a m s , d e n t i s t je ffe 'J!y^and
G dst, a Tw in Falls onhodon
)donaditional procedure, th e —
“
----------------- - tist. The
he new er nickel titanium use;
Etched with an a d d solutree when p laced in the mouti
outii
ond the filling m aterial or
tlic South C cntral Idalio>Dental
De
S
odety.
tlian
stainlc
niess
steel.
illing, wliidi could ta k e up
A researcher found tho air
air tool viable,
The air-:
r-abrasive sy ste m m ight chir
but expensive w ith machi
H A N S E N -H a n s e n S
di
School
D istrict h a s
f
.
ichines costing
away notI oonly chip decay, but fhe stig
treatm ent cost about SG8 ,
planned parent-teacher conferences
con
bct^veen 56,000 to $19,000,1
for 6 to
mM
X), he adds.
m a that dentistry
dc
e q u a ls pain, Adam?
price of a drilling, A dam s
9 p jn . Wednesday and Thur
As advanced as th e air
air com pressor
said.
hursday in the dassrooms.
sounds, there is m oro tooth
Ith tteduidogy.
“After die
tin procedure, patients iLsk, ‘Are
WTuwm/na
A ir a ls o isle iair jet can’t be u se d in
The
largest
b
ite
has
been
For more information, caL
een
in
devdopwe
done
all
call Dorothy Bames
since
During th e trac
already?”' h e said. "It’s a miidi
ludi
ice no drill touches the tooth, no ai
niculariy on silver filings
m ent o f b o n d in g m a teiria
ria ls th a t a r e
a t th e dem entary school aa tt ^423-5475 or Mary
bcttere.xpcr
tooth can b e etc
wrience for tlie patient.”
»tlc Is required for the filling, and tl
stronger and la st longer,', si
sudi as w hite
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tion to h d p txir
n e d on th e new d e v ic e
entire
composite resins, A lexander
tire procedure talces five to 1 0 mini
der said.
Tma-Ncu
chipped by drUi
!cws
writer
Pat
Marcaimnio
' am
can
iin g C re ig h to n D e n ta l
“When they first cam ee oout their life
bcrvachcda
to 40 m inutes.
I at 733-0931, Ext. 242.
Slane’s a ir tre
similar to th e pr
e
said.
R /m iM kn
However, th e
H A ILEY -A sp ed al meeti
eedng of the Blaine
1 •
County School Board will[Ibb e h d d a t 6 p jn .
I l r
10 one*case.
M onday a t the Wood R iver
ver Middle School,
•
Id the
o rm root canals.
900 Sccond Ave. N.
, .
A dam s train«
minute..
a tte n d it
T!m«»New>
Tlie purpose of th e meetinj
iling is 10 approve a
’• j " ”
request by the d ty o f Ketchi
The AMOclflted Preaa____________
tchum and conduct
Bd story-A 4
^
th e annual board evaluation.
Bylaura Huber
SHC
H O SHONE - T h e p a s s e n g e r i
Tlmw-Wowa correspondont
h e rn Iclaho an d a c ro ss
________ An)
nything stoleii
t rolls through town in th e midd
Compiled from staff;
aff and wire reports
ih a tro
n n g d ties like Spokane
th e nniig h t, o n its w ay fro m Seattl
ms' group htis raised about
J, plus nurnerous sm all
, SHOSHONE - Police hav
Denve:
iver a n d back, soon w ill roll no n
Oto help burglary victlmiln
Vemqn Luke D avidson, 19,
aching die Puget Sound
I 'H l
Am tro
i k is canceling T h o Pionei
tion w ith a s tr in g o f buri
I H A il 9 M
possen
senger train from D enver that
I hos had Items stolen con
Shoshone,
Police
Chief
Robe
is
scheduled
to
en
d
on
^
throu{
3 u g h t h e C o lu m b ia G o rg e
It with the vabie to box 16 at
said.
Portlar
Jand, Ore., b efore reaching Seat
rfico.
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Davidson was a rreste d earl
ia rl, Sam rday
•ws the original ro u te of'
T htie
e tr a in a ls o s to p s in S h o sh
moming, Quiroga saicl. He: is
IS being held
le n ta l Railroad acro ss
w henc'
n ev er th e re a re passengers to
M
ontana,
n
o
rth
e
on
a
$50,000
cash
only
bail.
.N am o: Douglas
UM
drops
south
to
D
enver,
u p or
ir drop off. T he cu t will leave so
Police e x p cc t to m a k eI a couple o f
Washington, hittir
R obert Valladares.
H
•
5 a s is te r tr a in , th e
e m Idaho w ithout p assenger tn iu nm
^0
an d W enatchee,lyr, through N eb rask a
'notherand the seniors
A go; About 20.
S
moro an e sts by tlie end of nej
next week.
ago.
D o scriptlo n ; 5 feet 1 H
But
“We are asking th e residei
Senior Center are still
I t A m tra k p la n s to im p ro"v oe T a
idents to con- ^
In d ies, 135 pounds, H
infortunate,”
said
Lloyd
tii
tinue
with
security
m
easures
s c h eJd
d iu le o f th e E m p ir e B uildc
res and not to
paranoid. '
^
T
he
P
io
n
e
e
r
is
brown eyes, black
D
d iw to r of the N ational
b‘
become la.x.” he said.
jjjl
b c twvceie n S e a t t l e a n d C h ic a gSo ', “ "<1
May
19.
hair. Tattoo on lefl
■ .
tailroad Passengers in
M innea
E x tra s e c u rity m e a s uire
r e :s an d th e
icapoUs-St. P aul - from fo u r da
- R a y MV litc h c ll, Icxidcroftlic
follow
hand, left shoulder, l e f l B
J. “People liked to rid e
N.
w eek{ to daily service,
Neighborhood W a tc h Progi
S h o s >honc
h,
Citizens Group
m n- ^
'h e T ran sco n tinccess
e
arm , right shoulder,
■
Columbia G orge,
he
helped to reduce th e am ount t
t ’s a m ix e d b a g fo r th e state
W y ™ e . t h e n d ,S a lt L ake C ity a n d
right arm .
H ;
th e area. Q uiroga says th e i
W ashh ii
in g to n ," s a id S tn n S u c h“s
a ro S
w h e re i t jo in s
ere are still m ore suspects to
hc
W an to d on: Parole
|H
spokesn
helped
the d tizens o f Shoshor
csm M for th e state D epartmam
en serC alifornia Zcphyi
violation, on aggravat­
peace.
/e re among a scries o f
Pc
Thmspc
spoliation. “In term s o f th e dij
lg to M itc h e ll, S h o sh o n e
'0 Chicag
la t Amtrak announced
e d a ssa u lt diarg e.
Blit R a y M itc h e ll, leade
im pact
tet (of th e P io n e e r b e in g cut),
a d e r o f th e
J S t Z eed fo re fle c t th e ir lack of
ve th e
"We teel it is utS
1to stay alive.
Sh
L a st know n lo c a tio n ; Twin
Shoshone G tizens G roup, says
win Falls,
w ill Io:
lo s e th r e e ro u n d t r i p s a w(
a y s lh a t'sn o t
c o n fid e n c et iin th e e le c tc c l c ity offiFlem,
executive
dii
an o f th e H o u s e
th case.
the
T he Twin Falls C ounty S hheriff’s
er
Office Is
betweer
een S e attle and P ortland."
cials
an
d
the
A ssodation o f Ra:
tie police fo rc c a t th e next
omm ittee said A m trak
asking a nyone wilh a n y info:
“My m other a n d th e senic
nfomialion o n
T hee IE m p ire B u ild er c a rrie s pass
« l o r .s a l l h e
election,
Washington state,landal collapse u n le ss
Se
Senior C entcr o re still parai
gers th
r
V alladares to cali 7 3 6 ^ 1 0000..
through
M innesota, N orth Dak<
irnnoid," h e
..x h ey lett tth is s itu a tio n g e t o ut of
.r,—
Pioneer to acc
to save i t
sa:
said. “They m ay h av e gotten
1™ one sushand,” hesaid
ta te o f
s o u th e rn Id a h o , I
lid.
, .
"
Denver."
changes wei
direct
service thai
i
1
Thursday in a b id t(
y
T h e c h a irm o n
Transportation Con
is headed for finar
Fairfield g ets $$ 4 4 ,0 0 0
grant to install
lil culverts
Transportation1 ccommittee
meets Wednesd;
sday at noon
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Blaine County Scl
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ijntrak roui
ne in Shos]
md of
Arrest n:
nade in sstring
May 19 ,
ite to hit e
shone on J'
of Shosl:hone buirglaries
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,1997
M a g ic V/
/ a lley / I d a h D
o
Man facess prison,
j
fines fo
forsmuggling M
(
kiexicans
to Idaliho
BOISE (AP) - A
1 am pa m an
A N
h a s b e e n c o n v ictcd
te d on f e d e r a l
charges fo r a scheme
Jm e to sm u g g le
ille g a l a l ie n s I n to
t o ti h e U n i t e d
S w te s fro m M exico
ico to w o rk f o r
his farm la b o r c onntr
tra c tin g b u siness.
R icardo C orrea fac
f a c e s u p CO 16
y e ars in p riso n and
a d ;$600,000 in
fines a t h is sentencir
n c in g , w h ic h is
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T h e Tlmw-Wflwi________
—
s c h e d ulied
le i f o r J u n e 1 by U.S.
D is tr ic Judge
tju
L ynn Winmill.
H e was
as convicted
(
of conspmicy
to sm uggle
gic, tran sp o rt and conceal
a lie n s , po
po;ssession of false resid e n t a lie
lenn c a rd s an d failu re to
d is c lo s ei em
ei ploym ent conditions
to m i c nmt
in tfarm workers.
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B e tty
R ich a rdIson
so r said authorities first
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Olga Escobedo, Be
Belen M artinez, T ena Santos
os aand
D o rc a s W ilson, all
all o f B u rley ; G a y le A tnlip
ip o f
Jerom e; S arah Bigelc
jelow and S tephanie Nelson,I, both
bc
o f H ey b u rn ; an dI K
K athy D a h lb e rg a n d Geor<
iorgia
Sm ith, both of Dedo.
Jo.
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s ,rs 2?:
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HOSPITAL
Some names a re: oom itted a t patients’ req u e st
L
]Released
William Newcomb ol
of R u p e rt
s«n
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LATIVE LOCG ----------- -
-----------------------------------Tho Associated Prwa
_____________
■'■emor
Signed by Co%tr
HB259 (Ju d ic iary . R
I ules a n d
Admini^cnicion) — MaJcd
ui
a unlawful
position of destnicttvc dcvicei
CCS and components UlcsaL
SB1252 (Slate A ffairs),
rs) - R educes
unem ploym ent compcnsaii
increases jobless benefits.
SB1189 (Resources andJ Environmeni)
Ei
— Increases penalties for fbj
flagrant poachinc inddents.
SBI 136 (Resources andi Environment)
Ei
— Rewrites stale mining Uw
law to provide
for acmal costing rcclamador
tion bondint
—
Kimberly
looks for m
Tiore
student sp£
3ace
a t 3 p .m
m .. IM o n d ^ . M a r c h 2 4 . 1997,
a t Ih o FF aa r m e r f^ u n o r a l C h a p o l in
Buhl.
R u p e r t
i
«UllU s
8 'Dude’
i
Kowitz
Ju liuIS
s **CD u d o ‘ K o w itz. 7 7 -y e a r-o ld
R u p o rt rreo ss id o n t, d i o d W e d n e s d a y ,
M a rc h 19
1 9 . 1 9 9 7 . a t IhG M in id o k a
M em o rial
lal hH o s p ita l in R u p o rt.
Ju liu ss w
wia s b o rn M a r c h 2 5 , 1919.
in L e b ajnn oo rn , O ro ,, th o s o n o f Julius
a n d A nn
tn aa G o b S c h u t t lc r K ow itz. In
1 9 2 2 . hh oo m
r o v o d to R u p o r t w h o io
h o a ile in
n ddco d s c h o o l s . H e m arrio d
L ois J a nn o IM cG ill o n O c t, 2 3 . 1943.
in A m ericai
ric a n F a lls, H o w a s a voicra n o f ihh oo A
< rm y , s e r v i n g in W orld
W a r II fr
froo im M a r c h 2 1 . 1 9 4 4 , lo
J u n o 5 ,, 1199 4 6 . H o r o l u r n o d lo his
c h ild h o o d fa
f rm w h e r o h e th e n co ntln u o d fa rn
rm in g . l h e l i v e s to c k b u si’^ ° s s a nidd ra
n is in g h i s fa m ily until iho
'i ™ o l hlis
i s cd o a ih .
H e e n jo
j o jy o d g o i n g t o Ih o fo rm
s a l e s o n d li v o s l o c k a u c t i o n s . Ho
lo v ed visilin
silin g w ilh p o o p i o . re ad in g ,
g o in g to) th
Ihio m o u n t a i n s a n d o sp o d a lly s plee nncd in g tim o w ith h is family
a n d g r a nn d cd h ild ro n .
H o is surv
su rv iv e d b y h i s w ifo , L ols ol
R u p ort; fo
four
u r s o n s . K o n n o th . R o n ald
a n d D a v id K o w itz . a ll o f R u p o rt,
a n d D e ni liss K
I o w itz o f D e c io ; th ro o
d a u g h to rs„
5 u s a n P a s l a y o f fiu p ort.
r s ,,S
D e a n n a S a n c h e z o f E a g l e , an ci
J a n io B inn g h a m o f B o llo v u o . Id ah o ;
o n o brotfio
h o r. F ro d K o w itz o f D ocio;
f o u r s i siltoorr s . E s t h e r S u v a a n d
L o u is e D)oobb lb in s . b o th o f P o rtla n d ,
O r o ,. V ej rn
r nea M u llin o f G r e s h a m ,
O r o .. a n d I n a H o k a m o f L o s
A n g e lo s , C oa lif.; a n d 2 3 g ra n d c h ild re n . H o w as
a s p r e c e d e d in d o a th by
h is p a ro nI ts ; o n o s o n , R o b e r t ; tw o
b ro ln o rs; a n cd th ro o s i s t e r s ,
in e r a l w ill b e h o l d a t 1 1
a l i ^ M o Id
n Xa ,y . M a r c h 2 4 . 1 9 9 7 , at
,h ^ P a u , C
C ol
o n g r e g a t i o n a l C h u rc h ,
o r V in c o F ra n k o ffic ia tin g ,
S r i a l ° w ill
m (
S t o ^ fo llo w a t t h e R u p o rt
SB I186 (R e so u rc e s
and
E nvironm ent;
en«) — P ro v id e s up to a
S2,000 income
)me tax credit for cojts of
m a te r ia l uJsed
se t to p r o te c t r ip a r ia n
private land.
P,"/'
(Ju d ic iary , R ules and
.
,(J“
Adminutiacion)
ion) — Clarifies thc Jm-eniJc
Corrections Dep
Depanment’s authority ovtr
(Ju d fc ia ry , R ules and
A d ^ s t r a tioion)
n ) — Oarifies thc court’s
■er juveniles
in the custody
““ ihonty over
j
of th c Depai
e p artm e n t o f J u v e n ile
esources and Conservation)
HBUO (Resw
“ P » « d e s a fee
fc of no more than $25
per employee
re f(
for th e Forest Products
Commission.
IIB177 (Stale
la ie Affairs) — Provides a
resiriaed liquor
|uor liccnsc for the historic
C lark H ouse
IC bbed-a n d .b re ak fast in
llayden Lalce.Ju d ic ia ry , R ules ond
ion) — Increases fees on
dvil
mminol
linal coun ftlinss.
J u d ic ia ry , R ules a nd
and
By M argaret Jones
Tlmea-Now» comwpondent
Jk
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KIM BERLY -The Sch(
>chool Board
T h u rsd ay explored way
•-ays to find
ad d itio n al spacc for students
stu
at
Kimberiy High School nex
nextfalL
T h e board discussed
jd th e pros
an d cons of coristructing
ing a buildin g f o r o ffice sp a c e or
on school
p r o p e r t y n e x t to thle
e 1fo o tb a ll
fie ld , u sin g m o d u la rr uu n i t s f o r
c la s s ro o m s o r ren tin
i ngg o f f i c e
spacc, so it can move office
ofl s o u t
o f th e high school anncj
" “ to fre e
u p space for classrooms.
^
In o th e r school busines;
Mil b o h o ld a t 2 p .m .
funoral vtili
G re g o ry A lb e r t H ills. 4d'i
3 nf Tu,in
rc h 2 4 . 1 9 9 7 . a t
20
M onday. Marcf
F a lls, d i o d T h u r s d a y . liJarch
Mi
A s s o c ia te s F u n o ra l
1997. a s a r e s u l t o f a n qc
(
accident
at Homo, Mulfordd C
( h a p o l. 1 860 S ,
(ho w o rk site,
G re g w a s b o r n A u g , 2911 . 1QR-3 ;r. M ulford R o a d . ,RcR o c k f o rd , w ilh th o
o n. A s s o c i a te P a s to r
S a il L a k o C i l y . U l a h . lh
ih ce s o n o" f’o )'-Je ff Honson,
)1isl C h u r c h o ffic ia lA lbert a n d M a r g a r e t H ills,
IIs IH fl"v o d
vill b o a t S u n s e t
in Iho J o r o m o a n d T w ini PF{n lk nrn^ '" 9 - ^ U ria l will
al) h is lifo, H d a l to n d o dd SS(h n n M n M e m o r ia l P o rkrk in T w i n F a ll s .
TtnS
V
isilalion
will
b
o
30 Ifr o m 5 t o 7 p .m .
Jo ro m o a n d g r a d u a t 0(
S u n d a y a n d fro m
m i 1 : 3 0 p , m , until l h e
J o ro m o H ig h S c h o o l in ?IJ?7 1
lo ro l o n M o n d a y o t
m a r rio d S h a u n a G a r n eirr in
ii 1Q71 lim o of th o funorf
301.
Ih o y w o ro l a to r d iv o r c e dd . I-H n mV r' th e funeral chapol.
lo w e r s , m e m o r i a l s
r i e d T h b r o s o J u s l i c o . ih e
th o f a m ily fo r a
la io f d i v o r c e d . H o s h a r e d
0 e s ta b lis h e d a l a
w ilh a s p o c l a l c o m p a n l o
C risp , s i n c e 1 9 8 1 .
G ro g w ill b o m i s s e d bb yy a ll h is
iirjT
m a n y frio n d s a n d fam ily.
B ui
S u rv iv o rs i n c lu d o th ro 0o ch
c: ild ren . ,
, _
,
J ,,
Jo n n ifo r. A n g o la a n d J o iromy;
ro n
ono J a C K K G UnO V
*3
g ra n d c h ild , K iley ; a n d o nnoo Ib rother.
J a c k R o u n d y .. 66 1 . o f B u h l, d io d
D o n n is H ills o f K im b o rly , fT h u rsd ay , M arch
:h 2: 0 . 1 9 9 7 , a t h i s
p ro c o d o d in d e a t h b y h is p ai
^0^0'
Tho fu n o ra l fo r G r e g o ',n
r y >A 3 \ l
^0
b o m Ma
M a rc h 2 9 . 1 9 3 5 , a l
w ill b o h o ld a t 11 a . m . Mi
ond N em o Jonson
M a rc h 2 4 , 1 9 9 7 . a l t h o :KKii
“ S ri;
N a z a r o n o C h u r c h w ilh th i
,i!I}°
H o S G re o d in Iho
Iho A rm y In K o re a
T o n y M illor o ffic ia tin g . B u rial
na^ will lo l- d u r in g m o m la-S iOs
O s a n d a ff o r b e in g
lo w a t th o Tw in F a lls C o m e lo i
wworr k o d in R ic h fie ld ^ S o 7 vI ga rra v o s i d o r i l o s w ill b o '
Tho fam ily s u g g o s t s m oi mS oi l s l o
to i S e r v i c e , H o hoW S
G ro g H ills M o m c r la l T r u s t I . . . . » ' P a u l s o n M oDtor
)r thihe d ire c tio n o f th o P aul
ra lo d Ja c k sT V In
r o r S f LL o ig io n ,
o f Sfion W hito . F irsi S o c u riiy
1 0 2 M ain A v o . S ,. T w in FF aa l l ^ r o B u l ll o 'o v o f S S V E a
F rla n d s m a y c a ll fro m 3 t o 8 p .m .
ndof’thfi
^ 0 's su rv iv e d bt y h i s b r o l h o r . S u n d a y aItt tifh o H a n s o n M o rtu a ry
8 3 3 0 1 . A rr a n g o m e n ls a r o uunc
<y iiin
‘-ylo R o u n d y of Bu:
B u h l; fiv o s i s t o r s , R u p ert C hlaappoe l a n d o n o h o u r b o lo ro
d iro c iio n c f W h ito M o rtu a ry
^
T h olm a Sch u m ach
F alls,
c hco r o f A b o r d in o .
i h e f u n roar la l o n M o n d a y a t th o
S.D ., W a n d a Pauisc
u lsp n o f R ic h fie ld ,
ch urch
Shirloy Hilyard a nIdd ',J o A n n H ill, b o th
M e m o rliaa ll s! m a y b o m a d o lo
Juliene P. Lowe
of K lam alh Falls,, O
Oiro ,. a n d P e g g y
t h o H o lpIningg H a n d s M i s s i o n , In
Ju lio n o P , L o w o . 6 0 . o f R
oc
Rockford.
Riploy of Buhl.
c a r o o f l h10
e FP a u l C o n g r e g a t i o n a l
III., a n d fo rm e rly o f T w in Falli
Falls, lov'm em o ria l sorvic
irvico w ill b o h o ld
C h u rc h .
nSni Si f^itzgerald&Asc
H> E Y B U R N B oyd
1.
E
/a n leuvcn, 62, of Heyburn,, ddie
ied
'rid a y , March 21,1997.
Aj rrangem ents are pendingg aan
nd
wii
v ill b e ann o u n ced by H a n sc
scn
Me
Mortuary Burley C h a p i
Births
A baby was bom to
to Gonzalo and Belen M artinez
inez
and Olga Escobedo,, all
£ o f Burley; and David a n d
Stephanie Nelson o f H
Heyburn.
C ASSLIREGI
:GI0NAL MEDICAL CENTER
ER
733^931, extension 278_______________•
278
ing wifo. moihor
h o r a n d g ra n d m o th o r ,
d i o d a t 7 :1 55 a . m . o n T h u r s d a y ,
In arch 2 0 . 1997.
)9 7 . in h o r h o m o s u d denly.
S h o w a s born
lOrn J a n . 2 0 , 1 9 3 7 , in
T w in Falls, lhe
10 'd a u g h t e r o f L lo yd
a rid P o a rl (Wise
i'is o m a n ) J o n e s . S h o
w en t to Rockford
'o rd in 1 9 6 6 from T w in
Falls, S h o marri(
irrle d G o r a l d L. L o w o
o n Ju n o 19. 19S£
9 5 5 . in K im b e rly .
S h o w a s aa m o m b o r o f t h o
T cm pio Baplisl
31 C
C h u rc h ,
S u rvivors incli
ic lu d o h e r h u s b a n d ,
G o rald : so n . Flor
R o n ald (K a r e n ) L o w o
of C h icag o : iwo
vo d a u g h te rs . T ere sa
Lowo of Rockford
'o rd a n d L in d a (D e a n )
B ohnert of Houst
lu sto n . T e x a s ; g ra n d d a u g h t e r . Oiam
a n a L o w o ; m o th e r,
P e a rl Jo n o s if Ic
I d a h o : s i s t e r , B e tty
(M an u o l) Burgo:
g o s s o f Id a h o ; a n d
tw o b r o th e r s . Cl
C liffo r d J o n o s a n d
C h a r le s (Evelyn)
y n ) J o n e s o f Id a h o .
S h o w as pro co3dc
d e d in d e a t h b y h o r
falher.
Boyd E. Vanleuven
Released
Jo h n B radley a nid
d M issy Ferrenburg, b o thh ol
of
Burley; Angel Bethke,
:c, K enna Preuit and lim a Oirtiz,
rtiz
all of R u p en ; an d Stac
a o 2y Yarbnough of Heyburn.
R e le a s e d
Kinna
'Tna l>nn Svroga and Da0J UanaUa^
RM^i
obano Ca/lo Ramiiai Calvillo artd Cuioalupa
rpa
Otwo.
Dcbtft
» W r j ^ *. and Ha«eriK O na*nm
Ohetw
IV»t*h
MMtfola Slatfkr >» J m Kart SUAr.
Urtljrv>»|fVi.Bc
n lj
6tvljngl,y
b itrUARIES
i
uLDS Ward ChapeL Burial will
vill b e
a t th e Basin Cemeteiy in Oaklt
akley.
p,
F riends m ay call from 6 to 8 p .jn .
cJ
rtuary
gSunday a t th e Hansen M ortua
B u rle y C h a p c l and o n e h o u r
before the funeral on M onday
ia y a t
.i,,
th e church.
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P a u lin e A llphin
l in o f T w in F a l l s ; a n d J o3linda
lir
Solosabal of Glerms
n s F] e n y .
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BURLED
L E Y - Iv a n C .D a y J c y , 92,
o f Burley,
ey, died Thursday, March
20, 1997,
7, aat th e Cassia Regional
MedicalI C
Ceenter in Burley.
The funt
uneral will be held a t 10
a.m . Mond
onday a t th e Springdale
Some nam es are
art om itted a t patients’ reques
uest.
2r™f
m a U»ar IMandCua DarWa Stfradv
C>yEi
»Y Eiqana Larraw M IMa liwa Smn
I*«X)A
l*tM
a«<n»Mam]artiaMUna:aav
K . - . 'S S , —
Jo h n A lm a Sam
anders, of S a n ta
C la ra , C a lif., anc
and fo rm e rly o f
P au l, noon today,
10th
an d 3rd W ard LDJ Chapel w th
Bishop Lee Sunde
ideriand officiating. F rien d s may
“y o n e h o u r
before th e funeral
•al at the church.
MAGIC VALI
a L E Y REGIONAL MEDICAL
:a l
CENTER
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„
“ “ h ' ’ d ie d F r id a y , M arc h 21,
th e r home.
ngements are pending and
announced by th e F arm er
1 Chapel in Buhl.
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N'NOTICES -
eath
C a rl L e la n dd G o r r i n g o , o f
O akley, 11 a.mn . ti o d a y , O a i< le y
LDS S take Centej
I te r . F r i e n d s n ia jr
call one hour befc
'cfore th e funeral
a t thc church, (Ha
H a ts o o M o rtd a r,
Burley Chapel).
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. lanma
i m w CDTdtmt (WKiwTv*, . m fra . »horo
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nrtWoOMSr
„
Elaine Stanger,
:cr, of Twin Falls, ____ |
mem orial service,
ce, 10 a.m. today,
J_
W hite M o rtu ary
ry C hapel, Tw in
Falls.
H u t h TTurner
ii
RECOR
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faMrwantTtn
Rofiarviiu.
lU an r«t2 4 .r3 4 C aU m ,a.G c« r«
Lincoln County
A rdcila T. Byl
3ylngion, o f E lko, B u ria l,
1, R u p e r t C e m e te ry , W
M ortuaiy Chapcl, Twin Falls.
Is.
m erly o f P in g re c (H a n se
n M o r tu a ry R u p e r t
^en
Is, 10 a.m . to d ay , Chapel),
Alicc Biyson Peterson, o fP
f Pa
a u l,
^ard LDS Church,
2 p .m . to d a y , E m e rso nI Ll
LDS
Ia n Bla
w - “ " 'yy - 39, P in g r c e .
B lake M cC allister, in fan t Chapcl.
C
Friends may call fro
n 1
:rora
Fncjidsm aycaU
illcone hour before son of Ch
Chad E d w a rd an d M ary to
tc 1:45 p .m . a t th e c hlu
u
rc
rc h ,
funeral a t thc
l h a c h u r c h , ( D a v i s E l i r a b cetth
h Y ork M cC a llister o f ((IH a n s e n M o rtu a ry R u ppee r t
M o r tu a ry , 170
^0 Id o h o S t. in F ile r , 22 p .m . to d a y , W h ite Chapel).
a
A m erican Falls).
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o r t hHE
■■■■ -
-------- - S eERVICES -
bc
b e c a m e a w a re o f thc case
>e last
Aiugust w hen scvem l of Con
A
en
he M
em ployees com plained lo thc
Se
Service
office in Caldwell al
uunr a u th o riz e d d e d uctions f
thi
their pay. A federal investiga
foiund th a t C o rre a ’s cmploj
fo
K ™
ha brought m ore than 30 illi
iliogal
had
jiU
aliens
to N am pa to work as. f
=
lal
laborers.
• T he board will ask for
for bids for
the installation of pipe■fo r a cam pus irrigation system. Im
In to ^ tc d
contractors should have;t tl
lu a rb id s
subm itted to th e superinti
in te n d e n t’s
office by AprillO.
• Tw o School Boardl -se
« !s w ili
b e u p fo r election May' 2C
20. These
positions will b e in Zone
me 2, held
by Jim Wright, and Zone
me 3. held
R esidem s
by K a re n ^ d e r s o n . Re
w ish in g to ru n fo r these
CSC th reeye a r positions m ust fileI fo,
fo r can d id a ^ w ith th e superintei
it e n d e n t’s
office b y April 18.
• T h e board agreed to
to a c c e p t
T e r e s a H e rn a n d e z ,, K a re n
M a h a n , J e n n ie H olcorr
om b a n d
Carol Shirley as studentt t t<
cach ers
next fall.
• T he school calendar
fi next
r for
y ear w as discussed withI the
th final
i.,..> J .
dedsion to bc m ade a t a late
^terdate.
t ; '-'..
I
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' ^ .
/
A
We H ave...
FRESH
RY
STRAWBERRY
PIE
. 0
Ad
Vdministration) — Creates thc misdcmisd
me
neanor of failing to wpctvise a child
M d if
the
h e child Is chareed as tn adulL
I
HB190 (Judiciary, R ules or
and
aIdntjnistration)
Jj
- Requires juvenil,
■eniles
eon
onsigncd to state detention facilities
ties to
bc<
« compensated for work they do.
I
HB26S (State Affairs) — DiamatJcal
tia lly
handles the initiadve pioces.
HB346 (Revenue and Taxation)
on) —
Mai
laintains the S0«) split of thc reveni
v enue
fror
-om a 10<ent ciBarette tax betw
twee
een
scht
inools and juvenile justice.
SB10S9 (Commerce and H uum
a aa n
Res.
esourccs) — Revises the state worker
irker-s
com
OTpeniation law on benefits and benebeni
fita
i
u determination.
SB11S4 (Commerce and H uraa
iim an
Res<
esources) - Extends optional rettr.
•ettremen
« t plan to community collegc emploj
iployecs.
L without S lsm tue
Low
H
IIB3S0
(Revenue nnd.T ajation)
in) —
E*cf
tem pts cm ain and polludon certifiei
tified
d ,y
,
y cleaning
machines from th e soles
sale
tax.
AUCTKON
^
lb
MONDAY, M A R C H
H 2 4 ,1 9 9 7
^
LOCATED
frc ihB soutfiw est co m e r of B uhl, 1
D from
1, Id ah o (Joo'sBIacksm iiti Shop)
33 n
m iles so u th and 6 1 /4 m iles w ost: (7
(7 5 5 e ast 3B00 north)
■ .
—
Sal0 T lm oa ^T1 1 :D 0 A .M .
Lunch by Bgv
BW_
”
TRACTORS - Tl
rm JcK s
Boro 2955 diosoi traclor. sound nuoi
iord cab wllh oir ond hoaior. radio,
Iransmlsslon, wido fronl. duol romi
imotoo. 540 & 1000 RPM P.T.O.
S :
isx5x38 ronr mSi
rubbor, taloooiy 113 pL hllch, 2097C
aw,
S’" *’PII now,
nico unit - Pair
of 15x5x38 diroct oxio cJools for 2i
Ir of
■M 5 5 - Pair of slnglo rib front tiras
ros
“f'f whools for
)r 2<
2955 • 1977 Dodgo 2 ton truck. V
V8 onglne. 5 spood. 2 spood. llko
Iko
“’5 " 'o - Plu3 16- mot£
Jla po Sj Io bod wllh lnrpTnd 242A'
I-196Q Chovrolot 2 ton tnjck. 400Q V8
\ ong no. 5 spood 2 spood, ^17r
Wasko motal bod wilh Bingto ram hoist. 8:25x25 rubbor
ru
wilh bolt drivo tng axle
SO ILL PREPARATION
I
I MACHINERY
Evcrsman 2893 lai
larKJ plono on tubbor v/lth hydrau!
aulic lift - IHC 55 11 shank hoovy
ivy
with gouQo whools ond 3 pL hitch K ow noo 85 10' roller h o n w
iw..
" Siw
crow foot rollora bohind, hydroullc: im
II - IHC 370 12' tarKlom disc on
rubber with tajioul
itouts ront. hydmullc tin - IHC 314 :3 J» tto m 2 wny plow. Wp boom,
m.
irash turners, 3 pL hitch - Tilpio K renovator 16’ wi
^
t
h
gougo
whools.
3
pl.
hllch
wllh
llh
spray boom for
<r Inc
Incorporating - 2 6 row coll shonK
.
Ik WTOOOtors
with slides ond dou>uIt ch - 7 row C shonk comjgalor with
•3
3l horrow ond draw bar- 3 soction 5'
| t &
SWATHER - COI
}MBINE
J
375 swnUior.
ior. 14' doublo ougor pJotfotm. t»>ndltionor.
ni
gos onglne. cab - C.B.
B.
) boan
^ayos pull typo
bo combino, gas ongino
B E i
EAN & CORN EQ3UIPMENT
Hooth 8 row boon
oon windrower. poll typo, conior doi
6
P"'
mountIt boan
bo cuttor, dMdors ond hydraulic
ir.
hoo typo, markers.
ors. 3 pL hitch - 6 row S tino boon c
iCoso 6 row 3 born
lor roitr ond wlifvalor. with 3 pL hltcJ^ ( S ' S o 6 ' ^ i ^ s “1Jnorof^^'^U:
votor. 3 pt. hfich ■
U5r
writh
3
pL
hitch
3
sectton
lino
10
tooth honw with 3
OTHER MACHI
IINERY
W oo d s 20 80 Iwr inb
i ^ l o d ^ , 8- rotary cullor. offsol, ool
w ild roor rubbor. P.T.O, ond 3 pL
hiich - Broyhlll 200
booms-on.d hjrtro pomp, hnnd eun ond 3
pl.hllt^-SnytJor
2( gallon poly tonk with bonlo in
or 200
vo
volvo.
usod 03 0 nurso tank -1500
< on front mount, pump, nnd olhor c
P.?"®.?
Wasko corrugoto
to oi
oponor. 3 pL hllch ond P.T.O. drivi
trailer with tilt bod
r r a i x s n i
o d -- 12-2 1/4- solid tool bor wllh r33 ipLv hllch
- 17x2 1/4* lool ba r 13-x2 1/4-toolbarw - P o lr o f Acmo hydraulic markors.
MISCELLANEI
EOUS
Approximotoly 400
<00 plaolic ond olumlnum 214'. r • aon d 1 1 / 4 W nrKl 7 2 -siphon
tubes - 1 0 t»lloprii
opring s h a n k s. Slods - Bolls nnd nmu ts - 3 Killifor shanks • Pair ofn
if
Allowoy gauflo who,
whools - 5 H,D, spring loadod flot ccushion
i
shonks - Ulllston M rts Acmo nnd John Oo(
Oooro d a ^ s - Lots of cultivotor eh.
Bhoos. shnnka ond shovols - Bullli
tonfluea . 2 whool
Ml J2 unit ATV trallor with slnoio axli
udocnd
b o d -Jo h n Dooro 663
;or, 68 g rass cotchor. olocWc s ta r t.33i0 cut-Sw oops-U lllston parts
J
S“ S l l , r j 3 . 'h
!
llaneous
too numerous lo monlion.
NOTE; Form hass boon
bo renlod. lols of good oqulpmor
)ont for you lo buy.
O W N E R ! L e s &
»cy Fait
~~
L i;
, , IT -iim i; C aih o r B io lo b ig C lieili:tf D oy o f Sale
S a le m
t
managed
by Masters AAuction
l
Service
'T ho Businoss that Sorvico
» Buiir
fflngsWflpftwwgQg - Q . r73iS
j
k '
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1624 Bloa Lakat BtvdN.
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S«) ■
AUCTIONE
^EERS ■Cari Vnn Tosooll . 0=
'Lylo Moators
Ion
Buhl, Idaho • 543-!
43-5227
M oM Io-731.16-1816
>
Ruport. Idoho • 436-340
Mobilo* 431-3405
Gary Osbomo
Gooding. Idaho • 934-53
5350
Mobilo«539-5350
CLERK
„ Lnmar Lovoland
Ruport. Idoho • 439.9883
Mobilo • 431-7355
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Srtanliy, Mareh
:h 22,1997
M
a G iI ic
Tlm»««w , Twin Fill*,
I,
Ills, Idaho
B-3
Valley AV/ e s t
-| Fores5St Servkice honoi)rs envinonmenttally cornscious I
ranchers'S
■By Jennffer BunchI
w riter
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Aboi
xrnt Arimo Corp:
:
,
I
B U R L E Y -G oDins
in j o u t of th e ir
way to m anage catl]
a ttle a nd protect
n a t u r a l rcsourc<
ir c e s o n th e
Sawtooth Natiomil
I
a l Forest
earn ed
• M a lta r a n c h e r•s
s U
' .S. F o r e s t
; Service recognition
on JFriday.
R a n c h e r D o uug
g F r e e s to n e
accepted th e aw ard
u-d fo r Salt Lake
City-based Arimo• Corp.
Co
T h is is th e secoi
ic o n d y e a r th e
' F o r e s t S e r v ic e ha
h a s g iv e n th e
; award for excellencc
nee in consenradon. Agency employi
'loyees, ranchers
and contractors a re
r e deig ib le .
“It is a real honor
nor to rccognize
folks w ho a r e goin{
5ing a b o v e and
: b e y o n d t h e c aall
ll o f . d u t y ,”
, Sawtooth Supervisor
isor e m LeVere
said.
L e V e re re c e n tly
tly a n n o u n c e d
: s tric te r p e n a ltie■ss fo
fi r ra n c h e rs
: w ho v io la te th e te
te rm
r s o f th e ir
; g ra z in g p e r m i t ss., S
i o m e lo c a l
ranchers have c ritid
z the plan.
lo zcd
The penalties aren
ren t a concem
; fo r h is fa m ily , thi
th o u g h , s a id
: F r e e s to n e , w h o m
mja n a g e s th e
; Malta ranch for Arim<
“As fa r a s w e’r ee co
C' n cerned, I
. th in k it’ll h e lp u s.
1 h e th m g I
s. T
h a v e f o u n d , w h emn y o u f ig h t
. a g a in st n a tu r e , i tt alw
a! ay s co sts
: you,” he said.
. .
^
F r e e s to n e a n d hhis
is s o n D o u s
I
r(mo Corp.. b ased In SaR
A
U tlB y i —
City, acquired r ^ s t
m mI Lake
“
I Sofvka grazing permtts '
le a st of M a tta (n l9 8 9 and
521!?®“
,an d w K w dgm di«
^^«tnrt^onfbfallnsp^^at8
____
'
«rfthlo th e nattonal forest to
v a s t Service.
tM wres
(loovMlaafMewoJotV
JM m m V 'l
u iB m
'
e land bountarlos and
M p ip eto etfy o tn p rM ito ly
j wells to Its Forest Seivk«
n n ts.
mpany h a s epomoredfleld
0 ‘lts
: grazlr^ areas to allow
s Interest groups to
I
W
; »
Terauggestlons.
Freestone
ne J r . n m cattle on about
8 0 ,0 0 0 aacc r e s o f p r iv a te , U .S .
B u re a u oolf L a n d M an ag e m en t,
sta te , anndd N ational Forest land
n e a r Malta
Uta. A bout 24,000 a a e s is
NationalJ F
F o re st lan d n e a r Point
S p r in g ss aa n d K e lsa w C anyon,
Arimo acqi
icquired pennits to graze
theallotm
m ce n ts in 1989 and 1991.
Steve Sm
Sn ith, a range spedalist
for th e F
Foi
o re st Service, outlined
c fto m mla
a dd e by th e Freestones to
care for th
thie forest and surrbundingareas.
“I respec
pect a n d continue to be
jo•TOMCMAKTWlm
m
Malta ran ch er Doug Freestone,, cc e n te r, a c c e p ts a n a w ard for oxc
senratlon from Saw tooth ^atlenal
n al F o re st S u p e rv iso r Bill l^V ere,
' • . " ^ " . ”"1
Ranger Poto Peterson.
Rai
im
im pressed by th e ir commititi
tm ent
to
to ithe land,” Smidi said.
1T he F re e s to n e s a c t on th
th e ir
on-; initiative, calling Smitli rc
OUT!
regula
r to su g g est environm en
larly
en ta l
: By Nancy Miller
)ril 30 deadlinee
• TImo»WflW8 corresponctent
Jo n t________ _
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HUKTUUaA*>n>m»m
Heybum’# Mey
rfayor Qlen Loveland receives a brleJ
5rlek from R ae Sm ith, right, chalrIf*
woman of tiie
I lnW assla Community Center fu
he M
jr fundraising com m ittee,
^ tn e sjln g th ee p urchase of the first city bricks
cks aro R o ssle Kay, Heybum City
ly
Tiber; c en te r; and from left, b ack( row,
rov John W ebster, fund raisingg •
commltteo m
met
emben AI Aragon, Heybum Cityi Co
Council m om ben and George
Frootn, Heybun
}um City Council prosldont.
Loveland
1 aain d his wife Lois also
P«rcl>»scdap
a p ersonal brick.
-xhic
3 g re at w ay for people
nnd o rg a n iz
izai tio n s to becom e a
pcnn an cn t fix
fixture in the commu„io,,»Sm i.Jis,
^isaid.
E ach b ric
k m e a su re s 4 by 8
ick
in c h e s a n d iw ill b e e n g ra v e d
with
ithitwo lin e s o f 1-inch lette rs
rs.
Each
ich line w ill accom m odate uf
up
to 15
1 f c h a r a c t e r s in c l u d i n t
g
space
aces.
For m ore inform ation call Rac
For
ae
Smith
lith nt 678-8652 o r M ni-C a«ia
sia
Cham
lam ber o f C om m erce a t 436164793
93. .
; C o u n t y oc r d e r s p a dD k e r s t o p i c: tk u p p i l e s
harv estin g .. B
Biu t th e load tu m ed
out to b e mlostly
os
p otatoes.
T he problen
lem first cam e to the
attention of' th
th e sta te Division of
Environmental
Ital Q uality when Bill
C raig , w h o• Ii
liv e s n e a r th e p it,
com plained ab
ab o ut th e smell and
polludon risks
k s from th e dumping.
T he dedsion
ion left Craig feeling
vindicated, bbu:
u t wary of w hether
th e p o ta to e:ss w
\ ould be e n tire ly
d c a n e d up.
“I live across
oss th e s treet from it,
and Fm going
lg to be keeping my
eye on ir,” h e2 said.
s:
The dum pinj
uig ground has been
the target o f' previous
pr
complaints
from Craig. Laj
Last fall he o b jea ed
w h e n t h e cc o u n ty a llo w e d
Kingston to dur
dump ta re soil there.
O ffic ia ls s arid
id t h e r e w as n o t
enoug
ough w aste then to pre sen t: o0
proble
Dblem.
Dale
3 d e Adolph, senior vice presisid ent
nt cof K ingston Produce, said
id
th eJ problem
pr
w as confusion over
er
whatt]
at they could p ut a t the dump.
p.
“Ev(
'Ever^ihing was totally in comnplianci
ance, w ith th e exception that
at
witliin
Ilin the d um p you couldn’t put
ut
anyth:
/th in g t h a t w o u ld d e te rio0-rale,"
j
2," Adolph
said.
Com
Ompanies can dispose of potaatoess only
on in a dum p widi a permit
it
approv
iroved by th e hea lth district
:t
a n d1 ccounty.
c
In d iv id u a l p o ta to
:o
produc
d ucers a r e allo w e d to bury
y
potaioe
iioes on th e ir own land,
Adoi
d o lp h s a id K in g sto n w ill
11
d e ain
n up
u the piles this Satiu-day,
y.
tnickin,
:king die rotting potatoes to a
nearby
rby farm for burial.
Officials say
ly 2 1 -mile streetch to stay pp
)pen, for nowr
; LEW ISTON (A P) —
- A f te r
; months of h eated controva
oversyand
• debate, U S . Forest Service
(
iceoffidals
• >vill n ot try to ban jetboats
■ats from a
I il-m ile stretch of Hells Can;
Canyon for
' '2 1 daysthissum m er. .
I ■ W allow a W h itm a n N
Naa tio n a l
; Forest Supervisor Bob R
id
Elichmond
• said th e agency w ould del
defer th e
.■ no-motors periods until ne?
next y ear
: w hen it h a s re so lv e d quc
q u estions
; about access to p riv a te: la
lands in
Hells CanyonI an
ar d nearby.
The agency/w
will still require je t
b o a te rs to sigiig n u p f o r lim ite d
n u m b e rs o f p pe e r m its to run th e
w ild se c tio n olo f t h e S n a k e th is
summer.
- R ic h m o n d I i a n n o u n c e d th e
m ove d u rin g 3o0 H o u se h e a rin g
called by Rep. I.HH d c n Chenoweth,
R -Id a h o , inn
th e
C a p ito l.
Q icnow eth callf
lUed th e hearing as
F o r e s ts a n d J F o r e s t H e a lth
; loader tipped. B ut since H
Hil]
illsw as
• c o m p le te ly e j e c t e d fro
ronm t h e
I f ro n t o f c a b w h e n t h ei lc
lo a d e r
tipped forward, th a t indicat
icates h e
I was probably n o t w earirig
lg a safe; ty b d t, A u d a ire said.
: R ocky M o u n ta in In di u s t r i e s
; owner Cliff H obbs said itt iis
s com- pany policy th at Bobcat opex
operators
-■w ear safety b d ts.
Hobbs said he w as traveli
/ d in g to
; th e Jerom e y ard from hiiss hom
1
e
., _
improvements, Smii
m ith said. They
rem oved a haphazari
o r d fencing system th a t did not ke
keep c a tlle out
o f riparian areas. Th
The PecQStoncs
c u t an d installed1 post
p< a n d pole
R ic k s C
( o l l e g e p r e s i d e n t t a k e s s a m a< e
p o s t a t S o u t h e r ■n
r U t a h U rn i v e r s i t y
CED A R CITY, Ul
U ta h (A P ) —
S teven D. Bcnnion1,, p; resid en t of
R ic k s C ollege inn Id
I a h o , w as
nam ed Friday as the new president
o f S o u th
:hce rn
U ta h
U niversity, the schoo
lool his grandfa th er founded 100 years
ye
ago.
T h e s ta te Board (of R e g e n ts
s e le c te d Bcnnion from
fr
am o n g
fo u r finalists after interview
in
ing
each candidate durir
m eeting Friday.
"W c hope we can1 becom
b
c pan
of th e family and lead
a d you co new
heights," Bcnnion saic
;aid a t a news
conference at SUU.. “W
“ e w ill do
our v ery best to build
ild on th c tntditions o f SUU."
B cnnion, 55, was st
so m e w h at a
know n q uantity to th e
He serv e d as presidei
dent o f Snow
College in Ephraim fn
from 1982-89
b e fore taking the p^residency
re
of
th e M o rm o n C hur
junior college in Rexbt
<burg, Idaho.
Bcnnion acknowledg
idged grow th
will be on e of the cha
:hallcnges h e
ivill face a t SUU, but
ut called it a
“h a p p y ” one. L ast Jfa
a U . e n ro llm ent w as up 10 perceni
A c e n tu r y ago tl
th is y e a r ,
B e n n io n ’s grandfathc
th er, M ilto n
B c n n io n , founded ch
che B ra n c h
N o rm a l School, whi
vh ich l a t e r
b e c a m e S o u th e rn Ul
U cah S t a t e
College an d then a univ
niversityC urrent SUU IVeside
ident G erald
S h c rratt, who will retii
ctire in Ju ly
^
^ ■ L
I
I
1
Dr. Steven1 D. Bennlon, former Ricks
College presic
'esident, assumes his new
position ass pr
president ofSUU In July.
after 15 j-ears
jar^ thought it fitting that
Bcnnionwillc
ill take u p die reigns.
“I t’s wond
o nderful, th e fact that
his fam ily
y wwas involved in the
fo u n d in gg oi f t h i s s c h o o l,”
S h c r r a t :t ssa: id . I t “ is a lm o st
unbelievable
ib le.”
“W e a re
v.
e very
p lea se d to wel-
com e President Bcnnion back
lack to
ttlh e U tah S y ste m o f Hl iig
g lh e r
EE d u c a tio n ," sa id K e n n e th G.
A n d e r to n , c h a ir m a n o)ff tth e
R
Regents.
“He has already pproven
ro;
to b c an outstanding p resident
le n t of
RRicks College and Snow Colle
ollege.
W e arc confident his leadersl
ership
w ill well serve S o u th e rn Ut
U ta h
U niversity, the U tah System
cm of
H ig h er Education and southc
ith e m
U ta h in general.”
T h c SUU p resid en tial slearch
ear
com m ittee received 109 nomir
iminado n s and applications for tlic
lie j'job
a n d nanowed the f id d to 10
1;
10 last
m o n th . From th a t g ro u p ,, fo u r
nfinalists
r
were picked.
P atricia Crane, spokeswom;
foman
fo r th c Utah System o f Hlig
ighh er.
E d u c tio n , said the nam es of thc
c]
He
finalists will be kept confident
Icntial
and the three runners-up will
ill nnoc
t>e identified.
_B
] orn and raised in S a lt L
Lal
ake
:
ate in
g:ity
j ' , Bcnnion has a doctorate
:ducational adm inistrarion froi
from
th(
h e U niversity o f W isconsin,
>in, a
mnast<^s
a
degree in public admii
Iminiso
stration from Cornell Universit
srsity
am
n d a badielor’s degree in polit
wliticaj
al s d e n ce from tlie U niversity
c
ity of
Uc:
Jtah.
b
Bennion said he an d his wife,
wift
Mlaa r jo r ie H opkins, o re lookin
'king
fon
)rw ard to moving to C edar Cit]
City.
T hhte couple has five d iild ren am
I and
five
ve granddiildren.
»
ID AH O FALLS (AP
^P ) — K in g
over the king
ing’s private jet.
exp
x p a n d an Israeli s e ttle m e n t i:in
Hussein o f Jordan is scheduled
sell
to
Idaiio Falls
alls Police Capt. Bruce
caasst Je ru sale m a n d che rcc
en
rcent
fly into th e Idaho Falls
Is 1M un id p a l
Jo n es said
tl e d e p a rtm e n t was
d th
sho<
looting of seven Israeli diUdrei
dren
A irport o n Saturday on
1 way to
m his
scheduled to
to hi d p provide security,
by ac Jordanian soldier.
Jackson, Wyo.
under the direction
dir
of the Secret
“T h e bulldozers, th c girls bcini
>eing
H u ssein had postpor
Joned p la n s
Service. Last
ast y e a r th e Bonneville
shoi
lot by tho Jordanian soldier,•, cln
chc
to a rriv e on Thursday,
ly. said J im
Ck)unty Sherif
c riffs Departm ent and
am
n bi ia n c e of thc w h o le th in g '"
Thorsen, th e airport’ss ddirector of
thc Idaho S
Stat
a te Police also hdped
co
n
) n tr ib u te d to th e d e c is io
io n ,
a v ia tio n . T h e Jo rd a n ia n
= ^ =
—
Asfour said.
Embassy would not conf
jniinn
‘Forseamty
t
fy misofis
ffiv? don ’/ h io ^
Jordan has b een one
o:
1C of
the eorlicr plans or the r
the key players in effon;
fons
scheduk
arrival tim e Friday.
'ules in advance.'
to m end g ro w in g r•ififts
t;
“For security reasons
ns we
betw een th c I sra e li govg ov
d o n ’t k n o w schedules
em m ent and P ale stinlia
iann
advancc,” embassy spol<
Kkcs- - Malia Asfour,
ir, (embassy spokcswomat le
a d e rs . T h e tw o sid
es
ides
'voman M alia Asfour saic
aid.
----------------------have been fe u d in g over
)ver
H u sse in , 61, flew ini
in to Id a h o
providesecurir
unty.
new
:w ly s ta r te d c o n s tru c tio nn of
Falls last M arch, tlien tra
tn v d e d to
A sfo u r sa
s a id H u s s e in had
Israc
•aeli housing on a hill k nowTl
n to
Ja c k so n w ith a group
ip o f m o r e
d e la y e d a vvi:is it co th e U n ited
P ale
ile s tin ia n s as J a b a l A\ bbu
u
th a n 12 cars. He left bbce h in d a n
States eariier
ie r this week, in part
G hn
in e im and to Isra e lis a s Haiv
H ar
entourage of guards who
ho w atched
because of the
the crisis over plans to
Hom
)ma.
0 H a i l e y cc( o u n c i l t o C
d is c u s s s e w
\ e r i s s u e s3
will c o n sider
cr Iliftin g a m oratorium a n d a llo
' ing 25 0 se w e r
M ow
hookups, anidd ja p o st office petition.
Following; an o p en session for
public concem
em s, th e council will
approve p a rk im o intenonce contra ct bids, sno
snowplow tru ck bids
an d aa resolution a ppointing bond
3nd
c o uns
n s c l. T hc council w ill h e a r
che ttlh i r d re a d in g o f a n o rddiin a n cc(e o n a se w er b o n d is siu e
elecri(
tion.
.
1 executive session to d iscuss
USS
e‘“ 'S ario
a r n will close th c m eeting.
an 18-year-old
old h ig h school student. P ike saic
said, a n d tho motive
appears to be
p
•eprofit.
But th c disc
iiscovcry o f a bomb
o u ts id e Wasli
a s h in g c o n F e d e ra l
Savings and Lo
Loan Tuesday could
be m ore than
an ju s t sere n d ip ity ,
sa y T w in F ta lls d e te c tiv e s .
S o m eone obvi
bv io u sly h a d sp en t
tinie an d effoi
fforc a sse m b lin g it,
they say.
The dcvicee was
w crudely made,
according to) police
pc
re p o n s, but
c o n ta in e d oil
ill ith o co m p o n e n ts
needed for a bomb.
bor
To
'o b e considered a bom b, th
ihcc
dcvic
/ic e m ust have a n ig n itio
n
ion
d e v^i.ic c a tta c h e d , w i t h o u t it
p o lio
ic e re fe r to it as a h azardous
)US
d cvic
ic e .
A,nn o rd n a n c e -d isp o sa l te aim
m
fro m
m t h e M ountain H o m e AUirr
Force
ce Base destroyed the object,
c t, •
a n d police
p
will send th e rem nants
Its
to a1 E
B ureau of Alcohol, Tobacco
:co
an d FFirearm
i
s lob for analysis.
—
rim
\mcs-t^cws staff writer Kent
nt
B o m b __
Continued from B l
in G reat Falls,^ M
f ont., Thursday
a f te r n o o n w hei
h e n th e a c c id e n t
occurred,
O n e o f t h e! rne a s o n s h e w as
com ing to Je ro
n e w as to m eet
rom
H ills, w ho h a d b e e n h ire d os a
p a r t - t i m e h oouu: r l y e m p lo y e e
a b o u t th re e w
c
weeks
ago% k.
w a s h i r e d bleecc a u s e h e h a d
e x te n s iv e e x ppeeir ie n c e m oving
h )fro n t-en d loadste e l p ip e w ith
d.
e rs, H obbs said,
TTiursday was
IS nr o t supposed to
----t
M i d d l e :]E a s t s o v e irr e i g n t o l a rQ d i n I d a h 1o0
Subcor
;com m ittee chair^vom an to
review
iew h e r b ill to p re v e n t the
Forest
i
a t Servicc
from imposing thee
__
T h eT lm o » tiew 8 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____________
non-moi
motorized periods,
The
1 w ould g u a ra n te e jetle bill
>
^
H
A
IL
E
Y
Thc
Hail
bailey
C ity
boaters
iers access to a ll reach es off
C oundlw illholdopublich
ic hearing a t
tliecanj
^ y o n 'y e a r oroimd. T hat wass
6 p jn . M onday in the meet
eeting room
th e in
intt
te n t o f C ongress w hen itM ac th e H ailey Town Ointt
n ter, 115 S.
passed
cd th e law d e sig n a tin g the3 I
Main St.
H Is
e lls C a n y o n
N o tio n o l
In p u b lic hearings, th
thce council
R e cre
reaatio n A re o in 1975,1
Chenow
low cdisaid.
;L o a d e r _
: ConUnuod front B l
1
m iranafBRMot pnctlcM
: Commui
unity center ddri^e
i
feces
: ID A H O F A L L S (.
(A P ) —
. Bonneville C o u n ty com
omm ission. e rs ha v e o rd e re d a loca
ocal p o ta to
: packing com pany to rem(
emove piles
of rotting p o tato es dum]
□mped in a
county gravel pit.
T he com m issionerss m ode th e
d e cisio n T h u r s d a y aft<
a fte r s ta te
District 7 H ealth o ffidals
ials w arned
. that tho dum ping violate(
ated h e a l^
; re g u la tio n s . T h e y also
Iso s a id i t
• eventually could spread
ad idiseases
• to nearby po tato crops.
T h e p i l e s o f r o t t im
n gg s p u d s
: w e re d u m p e d b y Kii
K in g s to n
: P r o d u c e a s p a r t oDff s p r i n g
; d e a n in g . T h e c o u n tyr g£
g av e th e
• co m pan y p e rm is s io n1 to d u m p
w hat C om m issioner Clii
Cliff L ong
: said h e th o u g h t w as ttaa r e d i r t
; w a s h e d f r o m p o ta tooeess a f t e r
'i
^
:Fund-]-raisers taiirget cities,s, countie5s
HEYBURN - Plann.
inners fo r the
: new M in i-C a s s ia Cc
C o m m u n ity
' C enter a re buildingg up
u| steam as
an April 30 deadlineelooms.
lo
T h e c e n t e r w ill
II h o u s e th e
C ham ber o f Commerc
lerce a n d the
Visitor’s Inform ation
n C enter.
“W e've raised S62,5
>2,550 tow ard
our S140.000 goal and
nd have been
covering all th e d tyy co
C( u n d l and
c o u n ty c o m m is s ioi n ee r ’s m e e tings,” said R a e Snlith,
ith, fimd-rais*
ing dm irw om an.
Smith’s ftind-raising
(
ng com
m ittee
m em b ers in c lu d e M
ar
klarvis
Brice,
G len A llen , W ally S
Stt
tu d e r, a n d
Jo h n W ebster.
H e y b u rn is th e ffir*
ir s t c ity to
p a r t i c i p a t e b y b uuyy:in g f o u r
en g rav e d b ric k s whic'
h ic tiw iU b e
in c o rp o ra te d in to thh e n e w cent e r ’s d e s ig n . T h e b r ic k s a r e
offered to b u sin e ssecss ai n d organ izatio n s a t S250 erach,
a d a n d to
individ u als fo r SlOO) ca
each.
T h e b r ic k fe e s a nr e a ta x deductible donation.
j
,
" I th in k i t ’s g r e a t ai
absolutely p ro u d to be
be th e first
• city to c o n tr ib u te to t:
: p ro g r a m ,” s a i d Mayi
la y o r G le n
: L o v e la n d . “ I t ’s a wyorth
or w h ilG
; cause and w e’r e exdtcc
itcd to be a
• port of it."
r
I
kiH .'
■ B T
fcndng
ing to protocc fragile sircom
Adelc Freestone ,«iid. “It iis ours.
areass and
a: c o ntrol erosion probWe are Amcricaas.”
Icm s5 on
0
p u b lic an d p r iv a te
Burley D istrict R a nIg
g ei
e r P e te
ground.
nd.
P e te rso n sa id th c F re
•ceessto n e s
Only
ily th re e perennial streams
have been willing to wori
vork with
exist on
on th e allotm ents, and the
not just the Forest Servic
rvice, but
F ree sto n e s p u m p w ater uphill
o th e r ag e n c ie s a n d iinn tte r e s t
from pp rr iv a te w ells to watering
groups.
and = = ^ = =
tro u gghs
hs
=^=^=
“ T h ec y h a v e
p o n d s,
''i l l o w f n g
'I respect un,
•ndconlim ie 10 I’™ " ? ?rit' people
ie r
to
liv csto
c
■tock
to
beirupressc
s e d b y their
d e v e l3op" a n d
d rin k
m cein t a
•tt 10 the Im id .’ jm p le m
„
comm'Ument
streams.
h o listicc c(
ecosysN Ialta:
Ita ran ch er
p
f
m anageJack Piei
Pierce first
- S c c v c:5Smith, range
’
«
m e n t appi
ip p ro a ch
X ia llS tf o r tllC
to th e i r ia llo tpum p sy
, re g a rd '
Ifoi
forces th e
F 'orest
c
Scrvicc l™L"o("J
f o w n e rw a te r
u p h i l l ----------- ------------- ---------- — ---------- s h ip
bo
bounduupp to 360
aries," hesaid.
pounds
Is co f pre ssu re . Pierce also
Chris Robinson, p re sid
e
>idcnt
of
w as crec
:rc d ite d F r id a y fo r good
Arim o, said th c com pany
I
ny has
a
m anagen
g em ent practices, and the
long term interest in quality
iliiy land
F rcc sto
tonn e s h a v e expanded his
management.
ill system.
“We really believe thIC
c ki
ke y to ' T h e: W
w a te r in g p o n d s h av e
w ealdi is biodiversity in th
thee long
J to be ben e fid a l to game
run,’' hesaid.
jland birds. Smith said.
S ta te
Sen.
D cein to n
TheF
F r,
re esto n es gladly fill up
D a rrin g to n . R -D cc lo , saii
s a id h e
e m p tyy p o n d s f o r th ir s ty
th in k s it is im p o rtan t fo
|
Forr posiwildlife.
Fe. T' he fam ily has donattiv e relationships betw ecen
en feded th es ir
ir tim e an d som etim es
e r a l land m anagers an d1 ranchra
m a te r■ials
ia l to th e e x te n s iv e
e r s to receive m ed ia atten
i
cention,
im proven
vem cnts.
,e s p e c ia lly w hen m u c h o f
I
Ih e
" ju stt because
tx
we don’t own the
inew s is about conflict betw
ictw cen
deed, doej
loesn’t m ean it isn't ours,"
jg razing interests.
be a work
wor day fo r Hills, who was
on bcrea
Tcavement leave because of
th c rece
ec en t d e a th o f h is stepfather. Hobbs
Hoi said.
en;,
said
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the book is not illegal. Pi
Pike said.
But ic is worrisome.
“My concem ’as a resou
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tl e h ig h
sdiool b e c a u se high schi
chool students h a v e money, bucc tl
they g e t
th e ir h a n d s on som ethii
h in g th a t
c o u ld l e a d to p e o p lee fg e t t i n g
hur^” P ik e said. “Pm aifraid
fn
th a t
11 kids experim ent w ith
s
h som
e of
the m a terials in thert}, the
ihey could
trigger a reaction that cou
rould h u n
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Strange;e b ed felllows prodduce billss ISU, UI
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on minling refor►rm,jobles^ss comp
BOISE (AP) — Tracliti<
didon.ll opponents surrounded Gov.
Pl Batt on
••• Phil
I'riday as hc signed cons
onscnsus legislatio n on two h nbitu
litu a lly conIcntious issues — minir
ming reform
and unemployment comp
impensation.
And the cooperation tx;t
between minCTS and environmentaiKts,
Las labor and
business on those billss reflects
rc
the
way the nation's mostt Ri
Republican
Ix-gtslature Ls dealing wvith
th iu d f and
tJie ^s-nyodiets are d ^ ning
f l widi
i
it
“It’s Rood for the state
Ite cof Idaho,"
Batt said a fte r signing
I
lg both
bills
into la;v.
Mining reform requin
u ires actual
cost bo nding for reclair
laim ing the
land once the ore pla>-ss out
oi. and for
miners to submit a formal
mal plan for
operations and reclamatio
ation.
It was a significant mc
mom ent to
many in the Statchotisee w!
when Jack
Lym an o ff ith e Id ah o M in in g
As.'»dation1 and
at Mike Mcdbcrry of
th e Idaho Conservation
Cc
L eague
stood togethe
th er before legislative
committecsin
5 in suppon of the bill.
Lyman call
railed the rneasure th e
most signific
ificant revision of th e
s ta te ’s m inir
n in g law since it w as
cnancd 26 years
ycj ago. "It’s going to
make it to ugher
^ c for us, more expen*
sive for us, but
bu we think that’s the
environment
V be facing in the
It \vcTl
future," he told
tok the governor.
M ed b crry
c
/ called
the proposition
a reasonable
ie tapproach to protecting the envirc
aronm ent and taxpay*
ers, who othen
lerwise are left holding
the bag for redamation
red
costs.
While Batl
I a reputation for
tt has
trying to brin
ring diverse views to
some kind of
of consensus,
c
the 1996
e le c tio n ’s nne
e a r e lim in atio n o f
IDAHO FALLS (AP)
(A — Idaho
S ta te U n iv e r s ity
ty a n d th e
U n iv e rs ity o f Id aaho
h i w a n t th e
s ta te B o a rd o f EcIi
E d u c a tio n to
ap p ro v e a p la n to} hle t s tu d e n ts
p a y o n e f e e b u t aa tt
tte n d e ith e r
school’s d a sse s in Idal
daho Falls.
T h e u n iv e r s itieis
s ’’ p re s id e n ts
have bec*n q u ie tly tal
ta lking about
ihe id ea in re c e n t mc
m onlhs. They
will p r e s e n t th e boat
o ard w ith the
proposal to u nify their
eir efforts and
Dem
lemocratic opposition from the
th
legisl
:gisbtivc chambers was a key fai
factor.
\
ir. With
its traditional allies left
Id
essen
uentinlly powerless, environmer
ientalist;
ilists were forced to compromis
iise
as: were
w< many Republicans outt to
ti
show
i()w th a t th e ir overw helm ini
ing
majoi
ajority did not give business anc
md
indus
dustry free rein under the dome.
“H forced us to b e moderate
“That
to' build
bu
consensus,” M edbeny
admit
Imitted, “and that forced modor
ateR<
e Republicans to be moderate."
The employment compensatior
The
ion
bill
cu the taxes em plcijas pay to
il cuts
tc
financ
lance bencGts for laid-off workczi
05
bynea
nearly S23miHiaL It also increases
ses
those'
Dse w rk e r benefits by adding an
an
extia
<
^ v.-cek
of jobless payments and
nd
redud
iucing by 25 perccnt the time an
an
' emplo;
iployec has to work to be
)le
forboi
benefits if subsequently Idd off.
IDAHO FA LLS (AP
AP) — Idaho
college p re s id e n ts aarre a t u p in
arnis over a p roposd to
to allow vocational s tu d e n ts to p?ay
aj le ss than
their academ ic peers,
“ Y ou c a n s e n s e in th e room
there a re som e very’ in
intense feelings among presidents," said Idaho
State U niversity Preside
ident R ichard
Bowen, w ho re p reessee n te d th e
refoorming ^
iinitiative
r
pprocess
BOISE (A P ) — D
D rr a m a tic
changes in Idaho's 64-yeai
/ear-old d tizen initiative process ha'
have been
•signed into law by Gov.
P
t-. Phil
Batf
even though he says he
le hhas conccm s about some of them.
1^ .
“ I’m a l it t l e concernc
rn e d th a t
some of th e provisions are
are a little
strin g e n t,” B att saicl on
:
Dn Friday.
“But they can be ch an g:cd
ed later."
:
Tlie governor, who had
ad iindicated e a rlie r his inclination
:ion to le t
tJie changcs bccome law,
w ,:spedfically cited th e new recjuii
lu ircm en t
for geographic dispersion
ion o f th e
signatures required to put
put an initiative on th e ballot.
C u rren tly , th e re is no
1 m ita10 h
tion on w h e re re g istered
red v o te r
signatures equal to 10 perc
oercent of
th e last v o te fo r govem
oi
n o r m u st
b e g a th e r e d . T h ey c ainn a; ll b e
g a th e r e d fro m o n e ccco u n ty ,
a lth o u g h t h a t h as n e vv eerr h a p pencd.
The new law adjusts the
Ihe signatxire total to 6 percent off th
th e regis te re d v o te r s in th e pp re
r e v io u s
elcjction, cnirrently tlie equi'
quivalent
of 10 percent o f the lastt vo
vote fo r
governor. T h at is intended
ed ito e n d
tlic fluctuation in the total
tal signatu re s n e e d e d based on clc
e le ctio n
turnout.
But it also rcxjuires that
It ai
a t least
6 percent of th e registered
i
ed voters
I
in 2 2 counties
sig n th e p e titions.
I I
Batt said that
^
m ay be cxccssive a lth o u g h
\
h e could s e e
'A th e m e rit o f
J
som e k in d 'o f
. , re q u ire m e n t
y
for geographic
“
— dispersion.
Gov. Phil Batt
“
The bill also
lim its p etition
cam paigns to
1 m onihs before
0 18
th e early-July
c
ly deadline for subm itting signatur
tures in an election
year, requiress petition
p<
circulators
to say w hether
e r they are paid or
v o lu n te e r s aarn d allow s th e
S uprem e Court
urt to determ ine if
an initiative isis legal
1
prior to the
vote,
S u p p o r tesr s c la im e d th e
c h a n g e s b rinl g b a la n c e to th e
p ro c e ss . C ritic
tic s c o n te n d th e
changes essen
ti
ntially
end d tire n
access to th e ball
lallot.
It was sparkci
k e d by rhe out-of*
state interests; that
th spend significant am ounts of
of money
i
to qualify
initiatives for the
thi 1994 and 1995
ballots, b u t neitl
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a n d t h e c o u rt
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ra p in g a 13-year-old girl inriS
hi
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Hailw-Bla
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o rd e re d evictions of nearly tw
d o z e n o th e r s liv in g a t th
Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds.
FVan Boxer, the county’s assistan
adm inistrator, said officials didn’
realize that Rainier Shows seasonn
w o rkers wercj liv in g on the fair
S
grounds property until they read
Id a
newspaper story of the rape arrest
“My concern is that you’reJ goi
going
to price the tc?chnicd students
to
Its oout
of
of the m arket," sh e sdd.
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hools,
Bo:
Boise State University charges
tl
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mc
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Lew
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tin si
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liCcandy hi^ ier than the highest
est fi
fee
at
It ai two-year school Eastern Idal
Idaho
Tei
rechnical C ollege in Idaho Fal
Falls
cha
harges the most a t S1.034 a year.
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Idaho C ooperalive E xtension1 iSystem is p ro u d to sponsoi
Board members ssct i l l
pushing for prograi
ram
ID A H O FA IX S(A P)-S tillst
listing.
ing from the beating education
3n tbudgets took in the Idaho Legislati
Jature,
State Board of Education memb
anbcTs
ta lk e d a b o u t s tra te g ie s to js e ll
schooling to lawmakers.
“What vfc still have is our con
tiotos budget eating us alive,"
s
," said
Tom Dillon of Caldwell at the•board
bo;
meeting in Idaho Falls Thursday.
lay.
The board needs to show legL
legisla*
tors how education can h d pp ppllu g
th e d ra in th e p riso n system
c m is
putting on state fundinft DUIonisaid
sa .
This year, the L e g i^ tu re kill
killed
one of Dillon’s pet proposals called
call
“Educational Passports to Succes
xess."
L a w m a k e rs tu r n e d dow n1 ti
th e
board’s request for S 33 million
start th e program, aimed at adu
lacking education and job skills.
Presidcints
IS C
C oundl a t Thursday’s
state Board
•d oof Education meeting.
Vocationd
n d Education Administralor Trudy Anderson,
Ani
who originated
iheproposaLj
siL pointed out the disparity tctw een
n fc
fees for vocationd programs at the three junior colleges
and the four-yi
JT-ycarschook.
On average
a g e students pay 65 percent more; for
foi a two-year program
at a four-year
ea r sdiool than a t a twoyear technica]
i c d college, she said.
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E n v iro n m en tal L aboratory
Dry offic ia ls h a v e d is c o v e re d e
'
nuclear fuel rods stored im
imi
p ro p -'
erly at th e Test Reactor Area
The rods, about 37 inches
les long
and 1 inch in diameter, contai
ltain ar*
co n iu m h y d r id e and g raa p lh ite ,
moderating m aterials not intend*
int
« 1 for the type of storage fad
fac lity
in ^vhich they were found, IN:
co n tra ao r Lockheed M artin Ic
Tedinologies Co. said Friday.
That puts the storage in viola
iolation
of environm ental r e l a t io nins.
s . But
Lockheed M artin said the fa
facd lity
w as sufficient to protect aga
against
chain reaction, and there is no safe*
s
ty o r environmental danger.
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cers.
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Ret the
n
runaround
anjTnore," saidJldoho
Idi
SState P re sid e n t R ichard Bow
Bowen,
w ho w a s a t E a s te r n Id
w
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X
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Collcgc for the! Board
Boi
ol E ducation’s m onthly meeti
of
Iecting.
““I1 g u a ra n te e y o u you won’t
jn ’t be
aalb le to s e e t h e d iff eire
r e nr c e
bbie tw e e n I S U a n d U I”
l” a t
U
University
Place.
p Collegess oppose low
tverfees forvv^oc studentss
B a t t s i g n;ns bill
c itiz e n
resources
ii June.
;s in
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r v e d , s tu d e n ts a t
U n iv e rssity
itj P lac e w ill p a y th e
sam e fee2 and
ar will be able to take
classes fro
from e ith e r u n iv e rsity ,
althoughI they
th will grad u a te from
one or tlie
icooth er.
Students
Its who try to ta k e dasses from bbo
o th th e U n iv e rsity of
Idaho and
I
id Idaho
S tate now comp la in o■fa a b u r e a u c r a tic m aze
th ro u g h re
re g is tr a r s , tr a n s c r ip t
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h o a w w ere il
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life !,
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I r e sid e n c e , m a r i t a l sia tiix . M usic
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m ore tomatoes. In the:
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h e s e preferences, ta p ed in placi
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Serving tiiee iMagic Valley
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Community Editor■A,
April Cniidt - 733-0931, Eisi.2
xt.. 8 8
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M a rc h 2 2 , 199 7
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Members ofthe 20th Centurj
rtury Club ore, from left front to baci
ick, Janet Wirth, reconJlng secre►
tary; Mavoumeen HaU, presid
esident; Wilia Rider, treasurer; Cartr
irma Smith, financial secretary;
Maxine Machamer, vice presi
iresldent; Helen Rose Adkins, Helen
en Thome, Esther Ketterllng, Helen
lien
Jean Shaff, Betty Hyder and
nd V
Verna Cimtmins. Not pictured are
we Betty Jackson and Hazel Wilder.
det.
I
;
T w e nni t i e t h C e n t uu r y C l u b
Purpose: TheTwendeth
ieth Centuiy Q u b ------------- -was organized in 1906 to enrich
e
th c lives
Pn
of th e women of th e Twi
Twin FaUs T ract
with music, dram a, lite
n
terature
a n d th e
^ TlfnesA
ifiews would ilko to proflto
fine arts. They ha v e pa
p a rtic ip a te d in
:« 88ntotloi
Jon. Sepd your information
issues involving air ond1 water
w;
pollution,
fitongwlth)
h your namo. n photo and your
care of the d d erly , childj
lildren d ay c a re ,
P**®™ tn*er to April Cmlch,
drug and dcohol abuse,, hazardous
ha
w aste
Cwmuntty
Ity Editor, P.O. Box 548 TWin
B3301.m anagem ent, illiteracyy and
ai num ero u s
W
other issues conceming thc
th d r community. L _ _
Their motto is: Loyalty to0 our
oi aim, to our
work, ond to each other.
Society, Di
D ie rk e ’s L a k e A rboretum ,
Guardian A
Ad Litem program , H errett
Meets: at noon the secon
cond T uesday o f Observatoiy
ry. Twin F alls public libraiy,
each month, September• thi
through M ay a t DARE, Scot
:ottish R ite L earning Center
er
th e Turf Club, 734 F alls
lls ;Ave. in Tw in and many od
other community activities. A
Falls.
lasting contri
itribution to th e Ma©c Valley
ey
community>vwas the C u b ’s contributions
ns
Dues: S12 per year
and organiza
zation th a t led to cstablidiing
^ .•
th e Rock Ci
C re ek P a r k . T h c Club has
as
Mt^jor Projects: Contribut
ibudons m ade to given m oree ithan a h a lf million dollars
rs
Southem Idaho Regional1 Cancer
Cc
C enier, toward comm
imunity events.
Girls State, College of Sou
Southem Id a h o
M usic Fost, P o rt of Hope,
)pe, Fesrival o f
For morei^W
i orm ation contact: Carma
T rees, Twin F a lls County
m ty H is to ric a l Smith 733-27(
'
*roflleyour club
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The UrCrittors 4-H club help(
lelped to provide Ctiiistmas for need
eedy families this year by going to>art
area morcharrts and asking for don
onatiofts for a drawing to
help raise tho nocossary fundi
unding to help. Their efforts, ondI thi
the help of merchants raised ovorr $8
$80. Drawings were hcid on Dec.:• 23
J at the Buhl Animal
Clinic. Tho club mombers cho:
chose to wrap tho gifts for the famil
jmllies which wero given to three aroa
arot families in need of help. Partici
Jclpating members of The
Ul’Crltters 4-H Club are, from
rom left, Shawn Dutt, Emily Harmon
non, Blythe Unam, Vinnie Uiper, Stepi
Jtephalne Dirtt, Amy Smith and Mark
ark Nattuess.
^an is a m em ber o f Troop 59, s
by Ihc Twin F a lls LDS 1st W
i sis 16
and a s o p hom ore a t Twdn
in IFalls
HighI School,
S<
w here is a straig h t A stuT 'T 'O
d e n t ar
and a m e m b e r o f th e M adJrigals.
rij
E V E N V^j 1 O
H e hlas
as e n jo y ed h is s c o u tin g ex
2x p e ri.
------------------------- en ces a s and e sp e d a lly lik e d th e 50-r
sO-mile
s. H is p a r e n t s a r e B r e nItt ia n d
rie W hite of T w in Falls.
JEROME - T h e S nake
ke River F e n d n g
Association's Sun d ay nighi
OW d
events wU not b e held Suj
30.
TVVIN
IN FALLS - W hether ^ u ’re aidevotde
■Hie a.wodation plan s> to
to p a n id p a te in
etI Haleile-Bopp observer o r ju st interes
irested
t}ic Ricks CoUege O penI Foil
Fo Toumam ent
in viewi
jwing som e r a r e c e le stia l evei
ivcnts,
on April 12. Anyone intere
crested is encourSunday!
ly is an im portant day.
aged to ciU Jeff Frost a t 324^931.
324
On Palm
Pa
Sunday e v en in g , th e Magic
Ma
Snake R iver FencingI A;
A ssodation m il
Valley
sl
y skies
should provide quite aa shmv
sl
b e ^ its w inter session of
Ic
3f lessons
on April
when ^thie Comet Hale-Bopp will be n
e near
s rin g b re a k ).
11 (lielayed b e c a u sc o)ff sp
it\s brig
tig h te st and c lo s e s t a p p ro aach
ch to
Claises available in d u dlee Ibeginning and
bi addition, th e moon w il sUp
Earth,, In
ip L
into
intem iediate diiJd ren ’s foil
foil for ages 6 to
E arth’s
s
's shadow,
giving view ers a pan
partial
10; beginning, interm ediate
ate and advanced
lunar eclipse.
edi
adult/teen foil fo r ag es■11
11 and up; an d
To givi
y ve Magic Valley view ers a ddo:
o se r
advanced weapons (epeeJ and
ar sabre, m ust
view and
md a bener u nderstanding of th(
h av e talcen a d v a n c e dI foil).
fc
Sig n u p
ev e n ts,
s, F1 aulkner P la n e ta riu m an d t
tiirough the Jerom e R e aeati
eation District.
Magic Valley
Vi
A stronom ical Sodety^ ha
have
p lan n ed
fd :a star party a t th e H erren CJeni
iJenter
: Arts and Sdences o n the College
ege of
a n Idaho campus. Planetarium0 sc
staff
TWIN F A L L S - R y/aa nn W h ite h a s
and mem
(OTben of the astronom y d u b v,
will
d th e E a g le
b e availa
lilable w ith te lesc o p es to provi>
tjvide
A w ard th ro u g li
views of
tl
)f the comet, th e eclipsed moon
n aand
'Oy S c o u ts o f
th e plane;
met Mars. W eather permitting,
g , ti
the
■ca, T h e a w a r d
event beg
jegins at 730 p jn ., w ith tdescop
copes
wH l b ee p r e s e n te d to
s e t up on
on the grass w est o f the museui
scum.
a t a co u rt o f
T he moon
5on will rise partially eclipsed ai
s e t fo r 5 p .m .
b e a t mid
riid-cdipse by 9:39 p.m., providii
y a t t h e T w in
d a r k e r• skies
sl
an d a b e t t e r view off ttlh e
LDS 1st W a rd
comet, which
wh
will be th e brightest obje
ib je a
ig o n E lizabeth
in th e n oorth^vestemsky.
rt
ard.
Eveiyor
yone is encouraged to get outt ar
and
com pleted th e
sec th >se^ iTire
1
eyt
events w ith th eir own eyes
Ryar.Whlto
e d 21 m e r it
an d be sure
sur to point them o u t to childita
d re a
badges and d id a n E a g le ser
servicc p ro jcct
F o r mloorre in fo rm a tio n , c a ll R ic
ick
to eam the aw artl. H is proj)
roject involved
G reen aw
: a t 733-9S54, E xt. 265S
iw ald
IS co r
organizing, c le a n in g annd
d g ra d in g a n
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Girls Club.
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Oesdano fot the Sunday p « a b 8 Pun.
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Wsdneadiy. Deadba for ttie Thuvday
id a yi p a^ b
noon Mot)diy. OeadBn# fer the ToMda,
*5 yp««#b
noon Friday. Doadllno for the Saturday
I 9> b 5
nype
C enter plan:
ns chill feed
‘B a sk e t’ rafl
ffle begins
R U P E R T -Ih e Ru
Rupert Lioness Q u b is
planning an “Easter B
Basket” raffle with S l
tickets to b e sold fro
•rom 11 a.m. M onday
through 3 p.m . Frid;
iday a t th e W alm art
store.
The large E aster bbasket
a
contains all th e
necessary ingredienti
Its for an E aste r dina S25 m eat ^ f t 1certificate an d two
bunnies. The drawin,
ing will be held a t 3
• Hos
lospice Visions w dco m es anyon
yone in
surround
inding communities to join our
n
ir moti.
vated and
on compassionate volunteer ggroup,
n
A 30-hou
Jiour volunteer training
wil] be
will
h eld in
in ^April and enco u rag e you to
j
to join
now for
3r fpalliative care e d u catio a Thc
1C d
dedf what you do to volunteer is your
o u rsas
well asth
s the availability o f hours and timt
ame.
Eor me
more information, call Flo Slattcj
m e r at
73S0121.
• T hhee C ollege o f S o u th e rn Id
Idaa h o
R efugee
ee Ck;nter assists fam ilies andd ir
individualss in
in transition. Currently, th e cen
centcr
is in n e>ed
c d of men’s, wom en’s and chUdre
Idren’s
d o th inlg
g of a ll sizes a n d tw in b e diss aond
bikes inn ggood repair. If you can donate,
te, ccall
Gail Hanc
ancockat 73G-2166.
S O M [] e
b o
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y
April 19.
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•
In addition, the foUi
)Iiowing IS provided to
foster families:
• S208/month for dchildren betw een th e
agesofO andSycars.
• $225/month for dchildren between th e
agesof 6 a n d l 2 year^
•s.
• S3S8/month for dchildren betw een th e
agesof 13ond ISyears
^
Additional limitedi 1resources are available based on the need
eds of thc child. Foster
parents a re honored by
by children protection
staff in the Spring otI an
a Appreciation dinner and foster families
ies enjoy a Christmas
party with Santa annua
ually.
CaUFnmnieMdHah.
ihonat734-«X )ifyou
interested, wouldd like m ore informa*
tion, o r would like tore
register for the training doss.
• H ilee lAtigic Valley R e p o n a l Medii
edical
C e n terh
a openings for a d u lts to voluntt
has
m teer
• Caring individuals
J s in Twin Falls and
as th ra; hours p e r w eek. If intere
terest- Jerome a re needed to>S]
spend 15 to 20 hours
ed , call1 Mondays
It*
or W ednesdays a tt 7:
737* per month befriending
lg >
chronically mental2006.
ly ill p ersoa Activities
s would indude providing transportotion,.
1, assisting with gro• T hle
e D e p a rtm e n t o f H e o lth1 aain d eery shopping and othe
tier
errands, a nd proW elfare; D
Division of Fam ily a n d Childrer
iTM’s viding support and frie
riendship. Kindness,
Servicess is in critical nee d o f foster famili
miLcs stability and patience aa must.
:
Training and
to ca re fo
fo r d iild re n w ho ca n n o t live
ve a t help from M ental Heal
ja lth staff is pairt of
hom e because
ea
of abuse, n e g le a or mlental
ent
pro g ram . C ar a n d lia
liab ility in s u ra n c e
Issues. These c h i l d r i need carir
hof.Ul issu
:m ng required. Tlie pay is $4
$4.75 p e r hour w ith
an d n u m
u
turing
families w ho can h d p th
t h em
m ileage ond expenses
es reim bursed. F o r
through th
the crisis of no t b e in g able to0 live
li)
m ore informotion, call
ill Chris Johnson a t
a t home,
736-2177.
'Lraining
tng is provided. TTie next dnt«)swiU
wi
b e h d d fro
from 9 ajiL to 4 p jn . today oItt the
th
• T h e T w in Fall;
Ils C h a m b e r o f
D e p a rtmmce n t o f H e a lth a n d W e lfa r
Ifare Commerce is looking
i r vo lu n teers to
g fo
Communi
tj Room, 601 P o le Line R oad
nity
i
adm
work ac tho Buzz Langdo
don Visitors Ccnter.
T w inFalls.
ills. Another c 1ng«5 w ill be offere
e red This is an excellent opp
pportim ity to sh are
I
pp.m
. . Friday a t Walmart, and
nd the w in n er
wi
will be notified.
Funds raised are targeted1 fo;
for community
ty s < ^ c e projects.
T ick ets can b c pu rc h ase
d from a n y
sed
Li
L io n ess m em ber o r by callii
ailing C o n n ie
A
j
Axtdlat43&4107.
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ISU offers sky sh(
how
PO CATELLO - T h e Id
Idaa h o S t a t e
Ur
Umversity Astronomical Sodetj
iety is inviting
th(e public to view the lunar
th
ir eeclipse an d
Comet Hale-Bopp between 883(
30 p m. a n d
m idnight Sunday a t the ISU ol
aa ttltlie top of Banon Road. The o
alsi
also will b e open for viewinc=on
30
an<
and 31.
IFrom now until th e en d of
I o f May, th s
cor
comet will be visible with the^nakcdG
na:
ye.It
wil
will be its briglitest and most
s c c ia a ila r
stsp
Sui
Sunday when the maximumn of
oi a p a rtial
lun
lunar eclipse occurs at 9-39 pjn.
.m M ountain
SStancfird
ta
Time. Sponsors of thc
the tour n ote
tha
ioat ordinarily the brilliance of
of thc com et
vould b e washed out due to the
the full m oon
>n March 23 but th e partialJ cetd ip s e w ill
p)ut
u t 92 p e r ccnt of th e moon i
)n in E a rth ’s
shai
hadow.
it is requested that no smnll d
It
II children b e
bro
•rought and v isito rs m u st wa
w ait a t th e
Bluroau
ur
of Land Managementit parking
p;
lot
att tlie
tJ top of Banon Road for
tl guided
ir the
tour
3ur.
F
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F o r m ore information, tiy the In te m e t
site
ite a t httpV/www.physicsjsu.edi
.edu/astrono-
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Odiaga3 re ce iv e s honorr
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liversity, h a s b e e n nam ed1 to
list for th e 1996 autum n quarlarI is a,1996 Tw in Falls graduate
atc
h t e r o f N o rm a a n d Jo hhn
n
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Debatei re su lts listed
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Kimberly' hHigh School d ebate teacher
ier
Montgon
im cry has released the results
Its
of students pli
placing in th e Vallivue Falcon
on
Toum am entIt 1held F eb . 1. Kimberly stutudents placedI as
a follows:
Ju sd n W J).
D. A dam son, first place, and
nd
M indy Rands
ds, second plac e, in Varsity
ty
Lincoln DougL
glas D ebate; an d Becca Metts
Its
and Misti R utledgc,
ut
first place in Varsity
ty
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• If
[f jyou aro caring and compassi
assionate,
and woi
■vould like to m ake a difference
n e e -d ll
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n 1H a rris a t M agic V alley Sti
Staffing
Service
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uw
will b e
re w airded
rd
fo r your a c ts o f kindni
d ness lo
d ients
3 aa nd family members who are
are experiendng
ing a life limiting illness,
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T lh e F o ster G ra n d p a re n t m
P rg r a m
needs
is i0 few good men. I h e r e are
e aclm a r e n
out the
there that need a good role m o
caring
ng grandfather type - w ho "wJi h S p
themn 1le a rn to read, w rite an d do
do ari A metic.
c. 5Sign up now! We offer youu bb M ^ t s
you ca:
c a n ’t tu rn down. You m u sstt bb e lo w
income
Tie and over 60 to qualify. Cidl
I a rae
a llM
orTcre:
;rosa at 736-2121
;
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your
IT 1knowledge of the Magic Valle
alley and to ,_______ leam
m more about our beautifulll st
state. F o r
n i l «m ore
r e information, call Ju d y aItt th
tl e T win
; : . R j '. y '
Falls
is (Chamber of Ci)mmerce a t 733
733-3974.
TfasptM csai
srvice column is ^signed
tomatdi.mxdsm
intheamwnmitiesofthe
• V
V olunteers are needed in the
th« Magic
coimtics ini
nateM a^V aH iv.tm th'
Vallej
Hey to become a p a n of thee pi
program,
vobotteerhAi
^ff ydu need a voluntoer,
Guard
irdian ad Litem (a United Way
J
ay^ency)
call Judy‘Tipto
ton a t th e CoUege of
advoc
■ocate for abused or n t^ e c teJd
d cd uldren.
Southem Idaho.
0,
736-2122, to ta v c it
For mi
moro information, call Midiellc
lellcS hidd
appear in this column.
a
I t is regxtested
a t l ((208)
2 i 3244)890 or l-800-251-€89(
>890.
that persons subr.
fbmittins items for this
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Tlhe College of Southem Idahi
laho Adult
Basic
ic IEducation program is in need
iced of volunteer
e ^ tutors for adult students in
r
inreading,
Englisi
Jish, m ath and English as a seco
Kcondlanguage.
ge. For m ore inform ation, ca
calU R u th
Scott
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tt a t 733-9554, ext. 2536 o r 1-80(^80.
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contact S te v e H enry ac e-mail
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henry@apoIi
olio.physicsjsu.edu or call (208)
208)
236-^31, or
)r contact M artin Hackwonh
h at
e-mail haclcn
kmart@apolIo.physics.isu.eduu oorr
call (208) 236
364439.
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KIM BERLY - TTlh e A g eless S e n io r
Citizens C enter has
IS planned a board o f
directors potato bar•and
a chili feed for noon
to 2 p jn . Sunday aItt the
1 centcr, 310 Main
N.
Everyone is invited
ed. Tickets are on sale
through th e board m
n:em bers but a re not
required for attendaj
lance. For m ore informadon, call 4234338.
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your
n e w s'
nm aboub
• Connuiity mooting.
• Celetntians.
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• Yoar kUt and tM r
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actMUa
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niock m ystery
TIVIN FALLS --1Parents, educators and
volunteers who wan
jmt to unlock the mysteries of puberty in gir:
pris are invited to attend
“The O phelia Com
)mplex” from 9 a.m. to
12:50 p .m . A prilI 15 a t fh e H e a lth an d
Welfare office on Po
Pole Line R oad ,
A p a n e l a n d v,
w ork sh o p s f e a tu r e d
indude depression
n :in girls, academic dis­
crimination, staying
ing safe in unsafe environments, hormone
le mania, m edia misconc e p tio n s o f g irls
Is a n d b o rn to d ie t.
Presenters in d u dle
e Kim Kvale, M d a n ie
Halsell, Al Miller, Ju
J d y Snicr, J .C Smith
. and Linda Johnson.
Cost is 5 1 0 p er p<
person, which in d u d es
snacks a n d handou
outs. S cholarships a re
available. Space iss lim
i ited to 60 pa rtid pants, and registratit
ltion is due by Monday.
Make checks payab:
ible to th e S ilver Sage
Girl Scouts.
For more informad
adon,call733-9623.
f:
t
column, should can
a Tipton b e ^ 4-30.
pjn .o n Wednesdc for Saturday
\
catioh. CallTipt
pton lufeekly to rtnain.
reguest'
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p a tie n t and/or cai
raregiver, d e r ic a l ossistance, assist in pre
'reparation o f newsletter,
copying, mass mail
ailings, and assisting with
fu n d ra isin g activ
ivities. W e se rv ic e the
1volunteers a re needed in
. Hospice and OSISHA training a re offered
e o d i month for ne>
lew volunteers. For more
infonnadon, call 734-0600
73
o r outside Twin
F alls a t 1-800-30306
0602.
• T h e S e n io r C
C o m p a n io n P ro g ra m
n e e d s six new ser
erv ice p ro v id e rs. How
would you like to Ceam
i
a little money that
d o es n ot affect you
o u r S o d al S ectm ty and
o th e r benefits? That
lat is ju st o ne b en<^t we
can offer you. If you
ou are 60, low er income,
a n d would like to0 im ake a diffe ren c e in
an other senior’s life,
rc, w ehave a jo b for you!
i f you can h d p , cal
a ll M a rd c o r T eresa at
73^2122.
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H igh s c h o o l b a s e b ■all
a ll
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Twin Falls at Ea/^c, noon (2 )
Wood ItKrrat&iBir-Silcni
(2
Ti(2),noon
SI 1 2 , R icks 10
W alker’s message to his teami was
wz simstop watching first-pitch strike
likes.
^ e:
" I knew if w c d id n ’t ch a nige
g e som e
lin g s, w e’d g e t r u n - r u le d1 eeza rly ,”
a lk e r said. “M aybe we lose thi;
this ballim e, but they’re going to lose
)se it my
ly.”
Tns
Instead, they won it his w ay - - ivii
ivith die
bats.
ts.
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jrm today
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CSI shortstop Chri;
hris Qlllotta thought Ricks' Garyf Smith
5i
was out at sccond Friday.
lay, but the umpire disagreed.
M a tt Silvey hit
hi th e first pitch of tiie
s ix th in n in g uup th e m id d le. C hris
G illette followed
ed wilh a first-pitch home
m n - his seconc
nd dinger of the toum am en t a n d fifthh oi f th e season. A fter u
pair o f strikeout*
lits, David Finney blasted
a first-pitch homi
mer, and the E a^es ivere
in business.
W alker’s first-s
■t-sirike advice wns working. K .J. Camerot
■on and pinch liitter Chad
Schow each gott base
t
liits on 1-0 pitche.s.
A fter L j ^ Panai
laro walked, James Close
cash ed in Camei
leron and Schow wiih a
•
single
Ihrough thu riKlu side
On life support an inning
ling eariier. th e
]
Eagles
w ere alive and kickii
eking, dowTi 8-6
i thesi.xtii,
in
“T h a t w as a w a k e-u pp ccall fo r o u r
i
team ,” W alker said. “I goi
got tired of sirt there w atching u.s try to
ting
y to l>e um pires
aII t the plate. I looked att tli
their (R ic k s')
g
guys,
and they had 17 hitt<
litters go a fte r
t
the first pitch,”
Adam Cluff cam e up witl
ivith a two-out.
r
t\vo-run
single for Ricks inn tlie
tli botlom of
tl e inning, but W alker nnd
th
md the Eagles
WIM
wiwn ;
w eren't doi
lone dealing.
A fter Gil
jilleite led o ff th e seventh witli
with
a walk, pii
pinch h itte rs S lubby Benalley
illey
and TimI S
S ta d elm e ir s in g le d (on first
pitches). Fi
Finney rip p ed his first offering
■ring
to le ft cer
e n te r fo r a tw o -ru n double,
ble,
ad v an c inng
g 10 th ir d o n a n an e rra
nt
•ant
throw,
Schow .sacrificed
.sa
him hom e to tie the
score a t 100 before
1
things really got wild,
ild.
In th e ei
eighth. C lose d re w a leadoff
doff
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tvks, 85-;-82 All-/
- A m e r i c a n IS
s
e t in W
M o re N C M -B 99_____
final 15 weeks of the regula
Jar sea' son atop The A ssociatedi Press
1
rankings and was .weded No
No. l i n
th e S o u th e a st, co m m itte 20
tu rn o v ers, m a n y cau se i by
Arizona’s swarming defenst
ise but
others simply a result of a iteam
that looked sloppy and disi
nized.
The W ildcats su rg e d al
ividi an 11-0 run, capped ol by
B ibb/s 3-pointer that m ade i
'62 iviih 3:29 remaining. Ari
doesn't have a senior in its
'up, but it was th e senior-la
Jayhawks who looked like
ke thc
iinexperienced team.
Jacque V aughn, Kansas’ star
]po in t g u a rd , su m m e d up
ip his
t a m ’s n ig h t
te
w ith
tw o
t rn o v e r s d u r in g A rizor
tu
(^ n c h in g run. F irst, h e ihre
ircw a
Ilob pass out of bounds, iher
len he
c
committed
th e Jayhaw ks’ 210 ih
tturnover w hen h e w as cal
railed
f carrying d ie ball.
for
Bibby, hardly looking lik a
f
freshman,
scored 21 pointss iand
hhad five assists to lead Arize
izona,
bbut die W ildcats’ win was aa ttrue
t.
team effon. M ichael Dicker
e rs o n
si
scored 20 points. M iles Sin
iimon
a
added
17 and A .J. Bramlett
tt did
y
yeoman’s
w ork u n d e r the; bbaskk e t w ith 1 2 p o in ts and
d 12
n
rebounds.
B
Regg i o n a l
e s tt
ll
fin a l
K c n tu cc lk y s M e r c e r , U tih’sS
V an H o3rm w i l l d u e l t o d a y
The Associate!
led Press_____________
SAN JOSI
)SE, Calif. - K e n tu ck y ’s Ron
ton
Mercer d Utali’s Keith Van Hom, iwowofifdis of diee .AU-Amcrica team , go agaiasi
asi
each odier oi
one more tim e as college playtoday be
before heading lo a future of
diej NBA
a
foot-7 sophc
m o re wich
B
slashing style
*is quicker. V
Van Hom, a 6-10 senior, can
:an
play
eqi
iqual effectiveness under the
he
boards o r fn
from lh e ou tsid e , Both have
ive
'
silky touches
ies on ju m p e rs, an d both are
ire
willing to sac
acrifice dieir bodies by bumpiping up against
ist opponents,
When they
ey meet in
_
— n.
th e
NCAA W est
Regional forr aab e n h in
/// • ■
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j^ !H v
th e F in a l Fo
won't bc guan
X S
/ m
t t /
^
i
oUier man-to-i
0-man. But
each knows: diat
tl he is ^
uy for his
Arliona’s Michael Dlckc
cktrson (23) and Donnoll Harris
ls (()1 3 |.r,.o
'layer who
stop TJ. Pugh of Kansa
isas duilnj llio first hall Friday' In
It
m u st score,
re. m ust
Blfmlngham. Ala.
re b o u n d , mu
nust lead
from stan to) finuh.
f
In
c{
respect,
:t, M ercer f >
11 /
and Van Hom
J U l
im will be i X
O V
■
—. / A v
w dl aware of
Df outpbyThe Assa
ing die odier, trying
u
Moclated Press____________________
lo assert dominance.
I
But as dieyf prepared
p
for th e game Friday,
PEOR
•I .
diey each took
ORIA, Ariz. - Randy Johnson won’
)k die cmphiL'is off them selra
von’t be ready for opening day,
but he’ll
I
and put it on dieir
dll tciims as a whole.
e’U be back right after th a t ITie2 Seattle
Sc
Mariners plan to start
■>,
V
_
“It’s
going
tc
him inth
:
to
lake
a
team effon to stop
1 dieir third game of the season,
ag
1, against Boston on April 4.
V
“Evei^
,
,
hirn,” Mercerr said
s
/eiy time I go out there a nd I get
of Van Horn. “We’ll bo
•0
get deeper into th e game, it’s
encoun^
sw itdiii^ off, different
di
iraging," the 1995 AL Cy Young
phyers on him at diff.
lg A
Award winner said. “To not
have aiiy
anj aches or pains that eveningBor
\
ferent times. Tlie
Tli way \s-e play defense, hellII
or die next day d ia t don’t go
away, It’s
it’i been encouraging.”
probably diink«
k e\-crj-one’s guarding Iiim.”
In hlis
islfourth start of the spring. Johns
Kentucky’s
\
s Scott Padgett,, a 6-9 power
' h ^ n direw 69 pitches in 4 2W '-^‘
for\vard. figurej
res to get plenty of time trying
ngs against the Chicago C u b s-h
is longest outing this spring
■his
to hound Van1 Horn,
li
ve up one earned run and Seattle
diough Wildcats coacliII
dewi on W.
^
Rick
Pidno
didi
i's hedihy,” Mariners m anagerr Lc
idn't
want to talk too m udi tou
Lou Piniella said. “He’ll get
ij; ■
P a dgcii about
ore starts and he’ll be ready forr thi
ut the assignm ent, "1 don’tI
die season.”
want lo ruin See
>cott’s sleep,” Piiino said
nson, 33, had back surgeiy S epp tt 12
] to a bulging disc in his
, ' tr
Padgett, a so;
He hasn’t started since last May 12
sophomore <vho w atdied butt
_
^ didn’t play Ltsi
\ wlien Van Hom scored1
le m an’s com ing a ro u n d fin^ne,”
e ,’ p itching co a ch N ardi
a >'car
^
23pointsinalC
iras said. “Every day, it gets bettei
101-70 troundf^ by Kentuckyr’
:tter.”
in die Midwest
1 tlonal semifinals en route;
nson won’t be ready for opening
SR
g ni
night against die New York
to die NCAA udi
« s on April 1. Jeff Fassero will stai
ide, is confident die zone press5
start in his place.
•
ne:
wiUhdplimitVji
next for Johnson is T uesday’s
Vnn Horn's effectiveness.
's gi
game against M ilwaukee,
then an
z
“W e p lay defense
d
Jl appearance
on March 30 again
by c o m m iitee,"
gainst die Mariners’ Class A
Padgett said. “E\-eiybody
“E
farm tean
jam at Lancaster, Calif,
h d p s. Tiiere \vill1
Im E H R M
bc times when11I go out on him bccausc he’s
Seattle
tie is being careful with Johnson
ison, unbeaten since Aug. 1,
got sudi a good
Ispan of 24 games, induding 183 str
lod shot from th e top of theI
starts,
key.
But
we'll
al*
needs to take it slow,” Ken Griff
also
try
10
keep
th e ball away
Iriffey Jr. said. “H e needs to
Ra
Randy Johnson
g e t? ^ >: work
S
from him, get 10 tlie ball before he gees i t ”
in and not strain hiinsdf.
’ don’t need liim now.
df. We
His back Is
Ic
Is looking
bettor ovory day
W en eed
Few of d ie Wildcats
W
}dlhim for the season.”
who played muchI
W henn tthe Mariners reported fo r spr
again st Utah Lis
last j-ear wiU be on die coun
spring training on Feb. 15,
All-Star caicher Dan Wi
Wilson doesn’i se e m uch dif
difference
diis time. Derek
Johnson
ek A nder^rv who i o r c d 18
n vwas ivorried about his back. Not any more.
tet>N'een die Johnson of diis
his spring and d ie Johnson w'ho
ho'went 18points in that gar
H isv/d
d (o d ty is bade. H e hit J.T. Snow
?ime, is sidelined as he recovnow of San Frandsco in tho
2
m
*95,
leading
die
Marinen
lers
to
die
AL
West
tide
and
intt
into die AL
crs from knee sui^ery.
su
face with
llh a 97 mph fastball on M arch
Allen Edwards, who
il 111. He’s topped out nt 98
championship series.
m p h o nIth e radar gun this spring,
had six points, has
hi a broken ankle. Antoine
"You never know how sot
someone is going to bounceJ ba
back
from
W
alker,
who
sci
scored
19 points, and Tony
png as I Dke sieps like diis, m be
a
« fine," said Jdinson after his
somediing like diat,’' \Vilson
a n said. "But he’s thro\ving han
lani
and
he
Dclk^
who
had
1
la te ststa
i!
i 14, an^in d ie NBA, along
a rt “laying to push myself might: not be a good idea right ncFW."
looks real, real sming. It’s good
go( to see."
w-idi Walter McC
cCany and M ailt Pope.
S l
b e g in ta k in g fo n
TWIN FALLS - I l’s tim
m e to p u t s w a y
thoso slds and pull out the; tennis
tei
rackets,
Anyone in terested in plaj
jlaying m en’s o r
w o m e n 's U S T A -sa n c tio
tonn e d s u m m e r
league needs to sign up now.
)w.
There a re leagues fo r tem
ennis players o f
all levels. If you a re n o t rated,
rat< th ere is a
ra ting d in ic today from 9I a.r
a.m. to noon a t
th e Y A tC A . There is no cost
ost to be rated.
For more informatian cir to
co si
sign up contact
league coordinator Carrie Reed
eedat32-W 839.
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^
Press______________
BIR
3IRMINGHAM, A la - Kansas
"■ass tl
the best team in the countiy
durin;
ring lhe regular season. T he
HiglibmlatT«inFaIk,9a.nx
t-nx
NCA/
lAA tournament was another
---------------------------mattci ttcr.
-V
Ariz
i ^ n a , a v e n ^ g a loss to d ie
^
Jayha
'hawks in last year’s toum a■
ment,
nt, took control with superior
H igh s c h o o l s o f tb a ll*
q u id
a
ckness
and wiihstootl a barBuhl-l..............................M
AIinico3
rageo:
e of 3-pointers to stun Kansas
8S ^
J2]Friday in die sejnifinals of
. . ..
theSoi
Soudieast Regional.
M e n 's c o l l e g e b a s k etball
e tt
Kan
:ansas (34-2), trailing by 10
LausiillcTS.................... .'Ic
h 1less th a n two m in u te s
.T o j !63
» ‘<I>
laining, hit tlu'ee straight 3/\riKKti85.........................Kai
Ite rs to move to 83-82 w ith
IV • r.,
pointe
Non!) Carolina 6 3 ..............Qil
.UiWomuS/
21.1 se.
seconds remaining,
Proviclcncc?! ................. .Qu
.Quin:mooRi65
Afte
f t e r M ike Bibby m ade tw o
free throivs
thi
for Arizona with 1 82
second
mds remaining, Kansas h a d
P ro b a s k e tb a ll
a chan
lan ce to send th e g am e to
Oriinck)I(M ......................IJcs
tiine.
But
all three attem pts
I5<Kton99
1 3-point range were off tarQ tu io re K E ....................Tor
th e last coming w hen AllPhiladdphia 1 1 2 .............. JvJa
N avJasey llO
A m eeric
ri a n R a e f L a F re n tz
Miami 9 8 .......................... L
A Lal« 3s 97
LA
rebouni
lunded a miss under the basA tiinu93.......................... Dali
dribbled to the com er and
DalkK72
I up a shot that bounced off
Detroit 11 2 ......................Alin
;ront of the rim as tim e ra n
C h c iR n ll? ......................Indi
lndiana98
out
Vancoinrr 108...................Den
3 e n w l0 1
T hlee lfourth-seeded W ildcats
)) advance to th e regional
SicamcntDlM.................Simm/ A m m l i a C r r
Sunday against th e w inner
o f thh e la te g am e b e tw e e n
T en nleess s e e -C h a tta n o o g a a n d
I n B R IE F
Provide
idence.
nsas (34-2), which spent the
S u m m e r te n n is I
I
K sB m
)
r.
>hnson’s sui
irgically-re]jpaired bacck looks 0
: r ■#/
i
I
, eeting
at TFHS
L e g io n b a s e b a ll m ei
s l a t e d fo r S u n d a y al
T W IN FA L L S - T h e re
r e w ill b e a „
A m e ric a n L e g io n b a s e b a
Sunday a t 5:30 p,m. in Room
F alls High School.
S u m m e r b a s e b a ll s c h e d t
available. H elp is n e e d e d fo
fund-raisers. Fo r m ore in fo rm n tio n conta ct Gary Quesnell a t 73<W292
Complied from staff and wire reports
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m r n m m m im
W i l d c a t ss topple1Jayhav
Min)CoacSkylinc(2Xnajn.
WcndcU at Glenns Fcny (2),
2U1Iu .m
Jaixiicatf\mcricanFa!ls(lX4
lX4p.m.
Jij/^atT«TnFaIls( 2 Xnoon
iLuid ac Bidcy (2). 11 a m
MO»COU£a»HICllSCHOOCSC
2AmCmi m
S o u th ern Id a h o b a s e b a ll coa
coach Jim
Walker speaks, it’s hard n ot too liste
Iis a
T h e irascible s k ip p e r g e ts ggrum py
when his team plays poorly, and,
nd, trailing
J-1 in Friday’s afternoon m atchi
tchup wilh
ilicks ^ U e g e in th e M cDonald
aid’s Slug)_ut Invitational tournam ent at
at F
Frontier
-id d , he got d o w n r i^ t surly.
W alker sent a message, an d hi
his loam
hlea
e a r d it loud a n d c l e a r , pp oo ui n d in g
/ik in g relievers for a 12-10 com
:ome-fromlehind victory.
T h e win, coupled w ith a slugfes
gfest 19-16
vict.
ic to ry over P rairie B a s e b ^ Ac
Academy
n th e nightcap, m oved CSI: to 15-8-1
I ovei
verall tmd 4 ^ in th e tournam ent.
ent.
T h e Eagles p la y in to d a y ’s ti
tournaml eern t c h a m p io n sh ip g a m e a t 3: p.m.
gainst Prairie.
In other games, P rairie k e p t: T
r
Treasure
Valli
^ e y winless in th e to u m ey widi
wid a 9-6
win.
in . Treasure Valley b e sted Rid
Ricks, 4-1
1 th e follow ing g a m e , se ttin
g up a
:ing
im atch betw een those tw o squ;
toda;
iday’s consolation gam e a t noon.
CSI at Tri-GocsSpon Fcsdv;
r«vn].RidiLind,\Vaslx
J
;
,
’
P a g c;B
B -7
1T hen CSI outgui
;uns
P
Prairie
to remain
unbeaten
in Slug
jg -o u t
^
a n d d ru g scai
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ir e s 3 6 ,
IN D IA N A P O LLIS
IS (A P ) - M ic h a e l
Jordan vs. Reggie
ie A
M iller w as no contest
Friday n ig h t as Jon
Jordan scored 36 points
and h e l p e d h o ld
I ille r to 18 as th e
Id M
C h ic a g o B u lls d ef
e f e a t e d t h e In d ia n a
Pacers 117-98.
J o r d a n sh o t ll-o
:i-of-25 fro m th e field
a n d h i t 1 3 o f 14 f r e o t h r o w s as h e
topped t h e 30-poini
o int m a rk fo r the 38th
cime th is season, inc
in d u d in g 11 of his last
15 gam es.
M iller, meanwhile
hile, h a d litd e room to
shoot a g a i n s t Josrd an a n d w as 5-of-17
from th e field, indui
iduding 2-for-lO from 3point ran g e.
m
s ’ v i c t o )i r
m
in K ersey’s miss, b3ut
u t th e b asket
w as w aiv ed o ff a n d C a m p b e ll
■ w as c alled for a loosi
o o se b a ll foul
4 V o n A n d e rso n . A n d c t
n to
S r^ d v L '
^ ^ throws put Miami on
^
E x d missed a 16-foot<jui
i™ pora,lh=
W buzzer.
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is
and V lade Div
)ivac h it fo u r key free throw s in
th e final four
ur m in u tes to le a d C h a rlo tte to
lin 11 games.
^
y put d ie H om cts (44-24) 20 games
w e r .500 for dit
die fim d m e in d u b histoiy. .
no
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BOSTON -- PI e n n y H a rd a w a y sc o re d 2277
points a n d th
on
hee O rlan d o M agic h d d Boston
w idiout a fid !d
d Igoal in d ie fin d 3:54.
R o n y S cikaly
alj an d D arrell A rm strong each
ch
c o ntributed 17 7points
;
a n d H orace G ra n t anid
d
Brian Shaw ma
n ad e tw o fre e throw s ap iec e in
die final 19 sec(
K onds.
B a sSKETBALL
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98
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72
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ATLANTA
- Mookie Blaylock
; o re d 20
c k sc
poi
points
an d Christian L aettner
er h1 a d 18 in
leai
leading
Atlanta over Dallas.
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E A S T R O T H E R F OORD,
R l N J.(A P )-M illi
& | | S S 5 | m \ la s t s e a sso
o n . T he
VaniUi weren’t the only
Ii]
lylip^yndiersfcikingiL
d l iis 2(MS,
team , which
"nie N m Jersey Nets
icts admit that phony
U fV
le 13th-best
iW ^ b LI m ^) ^
^
crowd noise has been1 used
us to pump up the
TOi*!
rccord in th
]
h e 15-team
volum e a t th e te a m
m ’s hom e gam es in . W mKJ V J R M
inference,
Eastern Confe:
C ontinental A irlines
IS A rena. The checrs
1§^ 0 0 ^ ^ ]
The
a r ttif ic ia l
were amplified th r o u£h
g ]loudspeakers.
^
c h ee rs w eire
re 1noticeIt wasn’t d e a r how
)w 1long th e d u b has
^
able during
th Nets’
g the
been engaging in the: pn
practice, what equip99-98 victoiy
a
ly over
the
raent was used o r whet
fhether th e Nets had
Chicaj
cago Bulls March 14. They drowi
■owned out
tape-recorded a rena nois
noise and then played
bw ini
ing by Chicago fans tiying to dc istn ia
it back. Spokesm an John
Joh Mertz declined ' Xavie
d e r M cDaniel, who m a d e fo iu r foul
comment Friday.
:s in the final minute to win thhee ggame.
,
.
sliotsi
“Some o f th is stu ff iJs em barrassm g,”
Spo!
pokespeisons for the New York
1
n-kKnidcs,
coach Jo h n C aliparii to
told th e New York
Toroni
into l^ptors, Indiana Pacers,
s, 0Orlando
Daily News in F rid ay
’s editions. “I ju st
ly’s
Mzipc
pc and Philaddphia 76ers allI sai
said their
shook my head. I said,
*
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d. D o we need to do
iJuIS
b sdon't use fake crowd noise,
ise. Many
that?’ " said Calipari.i. w:
who learned of the
team
oss in odier sports use electronii
ronic daphigh-dedbel hoax early
ly ir
in th e se aso a
pingst
I sounds to spur on fans and som
some even
The arena can hold 20,049
20;
for basketball
flash
1
h cartoon c h e er p ro m p ts on
o n scoregames. The ave rag e attendance
att
at Nets
b o a•ds.
^ But there are no attem pts
ts tc
to simugames this season is 16,0]
6,017, up from 15,564
late crowd
cn
noise.
AUBURN II
i n L LS, Mich. - G rant Hill had,
22 Poinls, 11 reb
r. o u n d s a n d 10 assists for his
MventJi tnp le
Ic-doub!e
o f th e season to le gjj
ad
D etroit ov e r M innesota.
ng
T h e P isto nnss snapped a two-game losing
streak a n d swe
ics
v c p t the two-game season series
from Minnesot;
Ota.
Caassell w as h it w ith a technical
C
f(
d foul
b y refe r e e J a c k N ic s fo r ta u n tin g . C
Coa s s e llh a d
Zb e‘.e n fo u le d b y Iverson a n d saa n kk tw o fre e
th r s to p u t th e N ets u p 110-109.
09.
throw
m
i
« » " > e t 31l 0 2 , R a p t o r s 9 7
0 - G len R ice scorcd 27 points
TORONTO
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7 6 e r s 1 1 2 , Nl e t s
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IA -• D e r r ic k
Co
Coleman’s
follow-up dunk withil tv
tw o scconds
remaining gave Philaddphia a win
Jersey and broke die Suers* three
ing
“’Sstreak.
C o lem an 's b a sk et camc scconds
n d so tiu -S ™
H e a t 9 8 , L a k ee rns 9 7
MIAAO - WillieI A
A in d e r s o n h it tw o f re e
throws w ith 17.4 sccor
x o n d s le ft a fte r a basket
by Eldcn CampbellI wa
was w av e d off, and Nid<
Van Excl missed a jm
ju m p e r a t th e b u n e r a s
Miami beat Los Angelc
Sclcs.
A 3-pointcr by Tim
'im H ard aw a y , o n e of 15
by Miami, pulled tho
II eat to 97-% wilh 48.8
10 H
scconds left. Van Exd
i x d m issed a fre e throw
after the H e a t were
g
■e given
a tech n ic al foul
for ille g a l defen se,
c, ia n d J e r o m e K e rse y
missed a baseline jum|
um per. C am p b ell d p p ed
y
u n an sw eredI pr o in ts to ice its th ird straighi
win.
83
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997 Tbn»K#wi, Twin
Idaho
d
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B-9
Sp o r t s
Sharp3er IndJians edd g e
By Karen Baumert
“It took us a cc
couple innings to get
wrtter_______
__________ the shakes oui a m . The girls were a
RTJPERT —In a complc
ip le te turna ro u n d from Thursday’s
|y ’s perform a n c e , B u h l co m m itK
i t t e d o n ly
th ree errors in a 4-3 s oftball
ftk victory over Minico Friday.
T h e In d ia n s , w ho ta
ta lllie d 14
erro rs in a n 11 -run loss
: F iler
ISS to
T hu rsd a y , p layed solid
id id e fe n se
and g ot a g reat performan
nance from
^ ^ e S c h ro ed er a t th
h ec m o und
Minico’s A iriann P e te
n
terson
also
h a d a good d ay pitching
ling, b u t a
few w alks early in the gar
gam e gave
th e In d ian s th e u p p e r ed
edge in a
nine-hit game. ■
“W e’re ru s ty ,” M inico
lico coach
K elly Fossceco said o f‘ he
h e r team
playing its first game this
his season.
M iinico, 4i - 3 m
Aiffte
te r T iffa n y L em m ons a nid
d
Kimtl L
L ively waUced to o pen thlee
g a mle,
e ,.Jerm y Valenzuela h it a sin­
ng le toto p u t B u h l's ru n s o n thle
e
board.
rd.
M[in
iniic o c o u n te re d , th o u g hfl.,
Leadof
doff h itte r Lacey ^ a r l e g ot to
to
first
or a n error, then Crystalyn
t on
■n
Wilcox
cox singled. A final single by
ly
S o niaia P: o lla r d finished o f f th ee
scoring
in g a n d knotted die score aItt
2-2.
Tfie
h e In
: d ia n s took th e le a d in
n
th e se
s c o n d in n in g
a f t e rr
Schroe<
roeder singled then scored onn
aM inico
in ic error.
Nceiitl
t h e r te a m sc o re d a g a inn
u n dIi th
the fifth when Buhl p u t up
p
another
h e r ru n . Melanie Roach led
offhth
e einning with a double b u tJt
was lalatt
te r p u t out on a force out.
S c orin
ringi fo r th e In d ia n s w a s^
little nervous.”
While th e Indians
Ir
didn’t get a
lot of h its elith
it l e r, th e ir defense
came through,
^
“I th in k oi u r te a m from
(W ednesday)) stayed
si
home," Buhl
coach M ik e C c m a r said of th e
o v e m i ^ t c h“MSO^
Schroeder tthrow
h
s a little different pitch th atn
n Minico
:
wUl see all
year. T he s ein
n iio r does not wind
up. H er pitches
ie s a re very accurate
but don’t h av
ivee quite th e speed
some of th e C
Cllass A-1 team s in
the Spanans’’ di
division will have.
“ Give A n ggie
ie c rc d it,” G cm ar
said. “We ask«
s k e d h e r to change
direction on piti
pitches and she did.”
T he m a jorriitt y o f T h u rsd a y 's
nm s came in tthi
h e first inning.
wF w B h
V a lenzuela o n a Marc
arci J e n so n
single.
M in ic o w a s n ’t aboi
bout to d ie
w ith o u t a fig h t. Dc
Down 4-2,
Minico’s PoUard driUed
led a baU to
the fence for an in-the-p
run to lead off the bottt
3ttom of the
seventh.
Schroeder retired three
thn of the
next fo u r b a tte rs onI fly
fl; o u ts CO
end th e game.
Buhl played the Minii
varsity in th e nightcap, b eating
the S pa n an s 13-3.
T he In d ia n s played
sd som e o f
their y ounger playerss ir
in a game
which saw Buhl take: ac
advantage
of some e rrant S panann ppitching.
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North (Carolinaa nudges5 Califonnia, 63-557 H
SYRACUSE. N.Y. (AP;
AP) - N orth Carolina
ra llie d from a seven-poi
po in t d e fic it midway
ihrough th e second h alf
If F
F riday night to continue its comeback seaso
o nn 'w ith a 63-57 victoiy
over C alifornia in th e Ea;
E ast Regional semifinals.
e to p - s e e d e d T ar
qT
eels (27-6) won th eir
1 5 th s t r a i g h t g am e
a n d a d v a n c e d to
re g io n a l fin a ls fo r
th e 18di time. They
will m eet sbcth-seeded Louisville, which
beat No. 10 Texas 7863,01
; on Sunday with thc
w in n e:rr a d v a n c in g to th c
Final Four.
Fifth-seeded California
ia ((23-9) had used its
size a n d a n u n e x p e c te2dd 'o u ts id e sho o tin g
source to take a 45-38 lead
2ad w ith 9:48 to play.
T h e B e a r s w e re t r y inlg
g to
t k e e p a liv e an
im pressive ru n of th eir owr
own a s they h ad won
fo u r o f five gam es sincee lc
lead in g sco rer and
Pac-10 play er of die y e au-r Ed
E Gray broke his
fo o t
A ntaw n Jam ison a n d Vir
V ince C a rte r scored
all th e points as the T a r ^H&
w c c o n a lH
run to ^ e th e lead for g o ^
Jam ison , th e team’s leadi
iading scorer a t 19.2
points p e r game, scored 1100 straight
:
points for
th e T a r H e e ls and C a rter,
:er, w ho in ju re d his
rig h t g ro in in th e se coin
n dd -ro u n d w in o v er
C olorado, h a d th e la st fivj
five in th e ru n . His
alley-oop d u n k on a p a ss
ss 1b y E d C ota gave
N orth C arolina thc lead fo
o rr fgood a t 5 0 ^8 with
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Friday w ithdrew
!w his name from
c o n sid eratio n ffoo r th e coaching
jo b a t t h e U
I n iv e rs ity o f
CA L D W E L L - T h e JJ ee rr o m e
Richmond
T ig e r s b o y s ’ a n d g i r l s;’’ ti
tra c k
Eastm an h a dI bb e e n considered
team s n o tc h e d v ic to ries5 at
a t t h e ^ for the vacancy cc rr e a t ^ when the
Vallivue Quad m eet Friday,
Spiders fired colach
a c Bill Dooley at
th e boys taking first in 11
c 18
11 of
th e e n d o fth e s eeason.
a«
events.
Eastm an, a 19:
1977 gra d u ate of
T im o th y D u n n e to o k fir;
R ichm ond, is aa fo
1 rm e r S p id er
th e 800 m eters (1:59.9) and
na IbOO
team captain a nid
d assistant
j
coach
m e te r s (4 :4 2 ) a n d t h e: S c o tt
Hadlock sw ept th e hurdle cv
Z a m b e r l l n n laa im e d n e w
with tim es of 15.69 and 42.42.
B a rth o lo m e w ( t r i p l e jjuu m p ,
C W U f o o t b s III
ll c o a c h
firs t n a m e u n a v a ila b le ), S e a n
ELLENSBURG,
■G. W n ^ - J o h n
R o b e r ts ( lo n g ju m p ) ,, S
S e a n > Zamberlin, a form
r m e r NFL player
B u rg e s s (4 0 0 m e te r ss),
), T y
an d current d e fe
r
fensive
coordinaMatthewrs (pole vault) a n d C
Cody
t o r a t th e U
U n iv e rs ity of
O rc h a rd (3200 m e te rs) aall
ll fin Richmond, w as na:
n a m ed head footished tops in th e ir categoric:
iries, a s
ball coach a t C en
o
n tr a l Washington
did th e T ig e rs’ 800- a n di 1(
1600University on F ridi
id a y .
m e te r re la y teams.
Z am berlin, 4 1 , re p la ce s J e ff
The Tigers tallied 139 poini
oints to
Zcnisek,w horesigi
5ig n ed in Januaiy
V allivue’s 57, Bishop KeUy’;
tly’s 49 . to b e c o m c a nn a s s is ta n t at
and P ay e tte ’s 29.
N o r th e r n Io w aa,. T h c T a c o m .
In th e g irls’ m eet, th e Ti{
T ig e rs
n a tiv e w as s e lee c o d o v e r tive
scored 91 to b e a t second-pl
1-p lace
finalists,
Bishop K elly by 23. VaUivue
u c had
63 a n d P a y e tte finished fou
fo u rth
U n c o n s c i o u s> ff i g h t e r
with 44.
w i n s t i t l e o n aa f o u l
W S U 's E a s t m a n d e dj dl d: e s
^
S pcORTS IN BRIEF
B
—
J e r o m e b o y s , g i r l s w lii n
a t V a l l l v u e Q u a d m epeo; f
t o r e m a i n In P u l l m a n™
RICHMOND, Va. - Washing
lington
S ta te U n iv e rsity m en ’s blasketasi
b a ll c o a c h K e v in E a s tm :an
an on
B
Nortfi
irth Carolina guan! Shammond Wllllar
Illiams (3)
saks away from California forwardI To.
Tony Qonzalez
ring thoir NCAA toumament game» Friday.
Fri
5 :5
1 play.
>88to
,
J a i ison finished with 21 poinu
Jam
m ts, 15 in the
s eccoon d h a lf, w hile C a r te r h a
h a d 14 a n d
S ham
a n m ond Williams 12, nine in the
th e first half.
a dy Duck had 15 points for
R an
ior California,
w hu id
c h was trying to reach th e re©
re ^ o n a l finals
f o■rth
t i e first tim e since playing in
tl e national
Jl th
cham pion
jnship game in I960.
A 3-poir
)inter by C a n e r gave North Ca
CaroUna a
53-48 lead
id and Duck answ ered righttbbtac k w ith
one o f his
lis own with 5:13 left, but thai
h a t was as
th e Bears would g e t Jamisor
son scorcd
in th c lam
me and W illiams foUowed a1 big
b; block
by N orthil ICarolina c e n te r Serge Zwikl
ikker-wich
a 3 a n d thiie
( Tar Heels led 58-51 with 2;‘
2:57Ie/f.
C arolina w as 5-for-9 fromn th
t: c free
throw line
le over the final I'l minuies: but
bu it wns
eno u g h as
a s th e B ears d id n 't score ov
over (hat
perio d exc
:xcept for a 3-point bomb by A nw ar
M cQ ueenn aj t the buzzer.
■nia buUt its 45-38 lead on agf
Califomi
in sid e pla;
la y and two 3-pointers by“ 6 ?- o m - n
reserve cei
renter Sean M arks. The New 2
n a tiv e wa;
ras 5-for-lO from behind the
season, blUt
ut he had two in as many attei
ttem pts in
1:15 spar
lan as Cal pulled away uniilil Jamison
J
:d.
got started.
M arks fil
finished w ith 11 points.
N orth Carolina
C*
shot 45 percent (22-:
22-for49),
th e sccond
id straight gam e it failed to sh(
shoot bette r 50 p e2nrc e n t a fte r a nine-gam e stre
str a k of
always fini;
tiishing above that mark,
C ota, th<
h e freshm an point guard who
wl w as
c redited foi
for the Tar H eels’ turnaround
nd from a
w o rst-e v er
e r 0-3 s ta r t in th e A tlantic
C o n fe re nicc e , fin ished w ith five poin
sts.
eightassistj
N o rth C
Cia ro lin a c o a ch D ean Sm itl
lith, w ho
becam e thc
h e winningest coach in coliej
Ucge bas.
k e tb a ll hisi
istory w ith th e win over Co!
[Colorado,
won his 87£
178th career g am e an d extend
;ndcd his
own rec o rd
rd for NCAA toum am ent vie
victories
with No. 64.
c it T
n j. ATLA N TIC 01
Montell Griffin blecam
ee
e the WBC
l i g h t h e a v y w e ig
i glh t ch a m p io n
w h ile u n c o n s c io
t
i o u s a f te r Roy
Jones Jr. h it h imI tw
r ice while he
w as dow n, l e a dlin
in g to a n inth-
ro u n d ddi;
is q u a lific a tio n F rid a y
n ig h t
G riffin,
fin, a 10-1 underdog, was
m ore than
h a n holding his own w hen
J o n e s ccaaut g h t him with a rig h t
h a n d to
to th
t e h e a d ea rly in th e
ninth rour
ound. Jones foUowcd with
th iw m
o r rights and then a left
nore
hook th
fiata tdropped Griffin to his
left knee,
je.
J o n ess th
tl e n h it Griffin w ith a
rig h t hlaa n d , a n d w hen G riffin
looked up,
up, J o n es naUed him w idi
ook.
in’s e yes roUed up into his
head an
ndd hI e pitched forward on
his face
a« bedlam broke o ut in
s as
the Grand
J ld Ballroom at the Trum p
Taj Mahal,
fial. ■
,
,
LoU PIin
n l!e l l a t o u n d e r g o
m O fG rree ci t a l s u r g e r y
p e o RR IIA
^ , A riz. - S e a ttle
rs m
' an a g e r Lou Piniella
dergo m ore minor re ctal
f M o n d a y a t a P h o e n ix
hospital.
H e w as nt ot in uniform for th e
M ariners’114 4 loss to Oakland on
F rid a y BBet n c h coach L ee E lia
:d th e clu b in P in iella ’s
s . - * '
P iniella,
Ila, 53, w as operated on
Feb. l i nI TT iam pa, Fla., because of
a n a b sc:ee ss:s in h is rec tu m . H e
arrived aafti
fte r th e s ta n of spring
training bec
be< ause h e was not feel-
------------ing weU. Elia, form er man:
anager of
th e
C h ic a g o
Cubs
»s a n d
P h ila d e lp h ia P h illie s,, ran
ra th e
M a rin e rs’ tr a in in g cam
p u n til
mp
Piniella arrived.
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u
NEW YORK - T he insu
isurance
company holding the S25
n
5 miUion
in fe rtility policy on Ciga
ig ar h a s
agreed to aUow th e 7-year:ar-old to
c e a se b r e e d in g , a cco rd
i
•ding
to
R ic h a rd C ra ig o , a tto rn
e fo r
•ney
ow ner-breeder Allen Paulso
Ison.
C ig a r’s p o lic y , a rra
rra n g e d
th ro u g h N e lso n S teve
;v e n so n
Bloodstock, a London basec
ised broker, re q u ire d th a t th e hor
lorse be
bred to 20 m ares t^vice and
id |get at
least 60 perce n t of them in
h ffoal (0
be considered fertile. None
le o( f the
34 m arcs b red to liim has be
become
pregnant
The insurers an d Cigar’s
r’s ownie rs n e x t m u st re a c h a dclosure
o
agreem ent stipulating a dat
date for
pj a ym ent A fte r th a t is final
inegotiations wiU begin to d
i
mine
ownership of Cigar. Paulson
Pai
hI a s s a id t h a t h e w ill sec
seek to
regain the horse. He also sai
(d id n o t a n t i c i p a t e r e t u r
(Cigar to ra d n g .
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S n iiia B B a a B
1, strin g in g together five
run sirfiileh
lc h itting just one k J l out
of thc infield
ield. A fter three infield singles,GraigM
g M erritt finally squirted a
two-RBIjobt
ob dirough the left side,
T he E a g lle s s till needed R B I
d o u b les fro m M a tt Silvey a n d
Chris G illet
Ile ttc in th e seventh to
d.
pull ahead.
“I t w a s tth
l e g am e that n e v e r
shouldhave
ive b ee n ,” WaUcer said.
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p rfllrfo Q
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in the first and visioi
x io n so faq u ic k
10 -run decision w e n
r e dancing in
T he Dawg
iw gs from Lethbridge,
iU berta, Can
Canada continued to be
th e heads of d ie CSSII coaches. But
P rairie woke them u pj with six sins e o( f th e toum am ent
the stirprise
Rob Linds
n d s tr a n d ’s homer, folgles and five runs inn tth e second.
w ar of pitcher
lowed by singles
sini
A fter that, it was a V
by Zach M urray
a ttr itio n , fin a lly w<
w o n by C SI’s
an d D eltonn K
S ru k , sparked a fourJustin Nakaishi, w ho
0 cgave up three
fifth innij
nning fo r Prairie.
runs after entering in the sixth but
T he h igg h llig h t fo r T re a s u re
earned the win by sttit ii l ^ out four
VaUey ca m
n e iin th e three-run sixth
w o innings.
ignited by a p air o f fomier Minico
batters in thc final two
S p a rta n s.. Sl
T h c offense d id1 iilt s p a rt w ith
S h o rtsto p D an P ric e
opened wfith
ith a w alk, and thirdsmoke and mirrors inn tth e bottom of
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Texas center Sholi
Iholdon Queries tries to shoot agair
ainst the dofensa of Louisville
forward AMn Sims
Urns during tha first half Friday Int S;
Syracuse, N.Y.
T T
71
eat-less CCardinals
cut(idown Loimghoms
.
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SY RACUSE,
;E, N.Y. (A P) - No
Whe
hen Wheat went dow n withh
D eju an Wheat?
at? No problem fo r
15:52]
2 le ft. Louisville le d 44-43.
3.
the LouisviUc Cardinals.
Car
When
I returned moments later,
n he
r,
W ith LouisviU
viUe’s inspirational
Texas
1 regained die lead on a 3s had
leader and leadin)
ding scorer nursing a
pointei
ter by Brandy Perrym an and
.d
sprained left ankJi
JikJe, Alvin Sims and
seemei
led set to take com m and on
in
D am ion Danizl
u z le r s te p p e d u p
G abeJ Muoncke’s
I
dunk w ith 8:42
12
Friday night to3 lead
le; L ouis\^e past
left, givmg
gi'
die Longhorns a 56-53
13
T e x as 78-63 am
an d into th e E a st
leadw
i 8:42 left
widi
Regional final.
B utt :a Dantzler tipin, a layup by
O'
Louisville (25-8
25-8), the sixdi seed,
A lex Sanders
S
and a 3-pointer by
>y
win play [he ^vinl
ivinncr of th e Nortli
Dantzli
zler put Louisville a h e a d to0
Carolina-Califorr
fomia game, which
stay. Wheat
Wl
pulled a towel from his
is
was played later
er fFriday. T e a s , the
h ead and
ai began to cheer, forget-clOdi seed,finished
ihedacl 8 -I 2.
' tinghis
lis sore, ice<overed arikle.
Sims c arriedd L
Louisville early.
The: Cardinals,
(
led by Dantzler,
scoring 15 points
ij thc first half a s
Its in
stormec
led out after che b re ak andJ
jd i,lo find his range.
regainei
struggled
led die lead for the first time2
He never did, but
but ic didn’t m atter
sin ce midway
n
through th(J firstt
because Dantzlcr
Jer scored aU 17 of
half. Da
dantzler, scoreless in the f c tt
liis points after•tlic
die break, a season
half, see
Kored six points and SandersS
high,
a d d e dJ 1five to key a 16-6 ru n . Ai
Sims finished3 \nth a career-liigli
baseUnc
ine drive and dunk by Sims5
25 points. Gabee ^Muoneke led th e
g av e th
the Cardinals a 47-43 le ad1
Longlioms w thh ll19 points and Al
w idi 14:!
456 left
Colemanhad 12.
2Wlieai
cat, who »-as l-for-6 from the
This was supposi
posed 10 be a batdc
field hinthe first half, got his onlyt
b e tw e e n th e tea
team s’ two s ta rs ,
pointsi of
o the game on a 3-pointer
W heat an d Regg
eggie F reem an o f
w ith 1:40
1;* left in th e f ir s t h a lf,
Texas. But Freem
;eman finished his
W h e at ts
sat ouc d a w minutes in the
coUege career on
a
m down, scoring a • o p e n innjg h a lf as th e C a rd in a ls!
season-low six poir
[Klines after averagscruggle<
led to find anodier hot handI
ing 22.3 pointss aa game all year.
to compl
iplementSims,
F ree m a n scored
ed 34 points in a
If not
o tf o r Sims, th e C a rd in a ls!
game between the teams earlier in
would have
hi
been in trouble early.
che season, \von1 in overtime 85-78
H e score
)red 13 of LouisvUIe’s first 17
by the Cardinals,
5points to
tokeep diem in thc game.
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-C om piled from
om staff
tuidw irere]
reports
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Continued froniB?
walk, an d W alker in sen ed piti
pitche r Ryan Rice - w ho threw sev
seven
innings th e nig h t before - to :
in th e nu m b e r tw o sp o t
“I w as p r e p a r e d to d o, a r
oJd
thing," W alk er said. “You P
cot
have s e e n a p itc h e r b eh in d t
plate in th a t gam e.”
tw o
S a d d le d w ith a b all a n dJ t^
t-high
strikes. R ic e b elted a waist-hi;
c u rv e b ^ into left Celd for th e {
l
o
ahead run. H e la te r scored onn a
fidder’s choice, os litde-used rel
re liv
c r M a tt M ac L e o d b la n k e d tl
\^ikinss over th e final 31/3 inninf
^
l h e lotc hitdog heroics erased
horrible s ta r t by J u s d n “Nomt ”
. J,
Nakaishi, who got just one out whi
surrendering fivc runs on fourr S
hii
two walks and an error in die iiret
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oUowed
w a double and la ter scorec
witli
red.
tvcc QHOcaooo-flas
Pnra
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t
TVCC 4 , R Ic k s 1
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TVeasure Valley got back to
I
toback
singles from Josh Dolton andd T
si
Tracy
Bratcher, a nd a double from
I
®
n.Luke
Hays
to spark a thrcfriun fifthiin
in r a ^
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and d n ^ Ricks out of dl e i v Bning
^ for
. the toumament diampionship.
T h e s e tw o te a m s w ill m
m eec
again today a t noon for thce dtoura(
IU
nam ent consolation tide,
to*
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T he w in n e r of th e hom e :
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derby w as R ob Lindstrand of
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p
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P r a ir ie B a s e b a ll A cadei
Jffy Li
L in d stra n d h i t th re e of his
ch
A an ces o ut o f th e baUpark, b
in,
ing hitters from each of the ot
th
th ree du b s, w ho had one apiec
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Sports editor Brad Bowlin car
^nbc
nachcdat 733-0931, Ext. 229.
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BIRMINGHAM
\M , A la. (A P) Providence, which
:
ich nearly
blew an
NCAA bid at die: end
ern of the regular
season, moved ivid
ividiin orie victory
of d ie Final Four
w a 71-65 ivin
IT>vidi
over Tennessee-CI
2-Chattanooga on
Friday night
Jam el 'ITiomas5 hii
hit diree 3-pointe rs d u rin g a late
Ite 15-2 ru n th a t
helped the lOth-scci
•seeded Friars (24*
1 1 ) su rv iv e in an u n e x p e c te d
m a tc h u p o f unde
id erdogs in th e
Reponal
Soudieast
lal £semifinal.
In
b e a tin g;
14th-sccdcd
C hattanooga (24-1
14-11), the F ria rs
becam e th e first
N 10 see d to
st No.
make a regional fina
final since Temple
did it in 1991. Thej
rhey advanced to
play Arizona, an 85-f
85-82 winner over
Kansas earlier Frida
riday. A win over
die WUdcats would
Jd cput Providence
in its first Final Four
Foi since 1987,
when Rick Pidno ivas
iva; coach.
It would also marl
nark a huge tumaround for a team
t
m that
lost three
straight games to3 er
end the regular
season, th e n h ad
t win tw o of
id to
d ireeatd icB ig E ast;
ast tournament to
sneak into the NCAA
'■AA.
■
Thomas shniggedi
;ed off a scoreless
fiisth a lftohitdircc3
t c 3-pointas after
Chattanooga had ued
ied die game ac 51
Mth 756 le ft Thomas
mas'last 3-poincer
and a dunk by Ruben
jenGarcesputdie
Friare a h ead 66-53,
S3, and they survived 5-for-ll free-tl
* - t ^ w shooting
down die strctch to)win.
wil
Thoma
nas finished widi 12 points,
w h ile AAustin C roshere le d th e
F ria rs with
w 19. Godd Sham m god .
h a d a solid
so floor game, finishing
w ith 15
]
5 points,
seven assists an d
holding; ChattMooga’s
C
second-leading iscore
irer, Willie Young, to eight
points 3on
n 3-for-12 shoodng.
Johruij
jiy Taylor had 22 points to
lea d die
i
e Mocs,
but he was 6-for-15
fr o m
i e
th
field.
O v e ra ll,
C hattano
nooga made only 28 o f 74
shots.
Thiswa
was a unlikely m atchup that
s e e m de dm ore su ite d to a p rc C h ristm
m ias to u rn am en t th o n a
regional
ll semifinal. And th ro u g h
m uch of
i e firsc half, th e team s
if th
looked Uke
Uk diey were sdU w orking
o ut some
<
e early-season
kinks,
Nobody
dy over 6-foot-9 saw significan t plnyi
lying time and both team s
trie d toI take
ti
advantage by establishing an
ar inside game. But th a t
r e s u lt^I in
ii a scries of blocked and
a lte re d shots
sl
and litde offensive
flow,
Croslier
lere, a 6-9 forward, scored
13 points
i
s in the first half, aU on outsid e shots
)ts. H e hit two 3-pointers
late in die
he half to give die F riars a
31-24 lead
id at thc break.
G arces
;s finished widi 12 points
an d eight
It rebounds, while D errick
Brown, ivho
wh scored 33 in a secondroimd win
in over Duke, was held to
ninepointj
nts.
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Tlme»f<»wi,TM
i.TwlnF»U*,l<Uho Saturdiy, Mireh
2 1M 7
A 2Z
S po rts
L i p )inski
i
leeads goi)ing int:o [
finalils; Kwaan stun:nbles
LAUSANNE, Switzerland
Sw
(AP)
- M ic h e lle Kwan':
a n 's step out of a
j u m p in th e W
Vl o rld F ig u re
S k a t in g C h am
m pp io n sh ip s on
F rid a y w as a sm
m aall mistake big
e n o u g h to givee U.S.
U
cham pion
T a r a L ip in s k ii a c le a r ru n a t
b e c o m in g th e yo
y o u n g e st w orld
cham pion.
L ip in s k i, 14, lea
le a d s going into
S a tu r d a y ’s fin als
J ls a fte r a clean
s h o r t p ro g ra m th a t p acked in
spin s and spiralss bbefore thc fin t
l e a p , c h o r e o g r a p h y m e a n t to
show sh e had growi
o w n up since her
15th-place finishI la
lasst year.
K w a n ’s s tu m b le dropped th e
1996 w orld cham
m ppion to fourth,
b e h in d V anessa G
( usm eroli of
F n m c c and M aria
]
i a Butyrskaya
of
Russia.
E v e n a f te r w in nr in g th e U.S.
title la st m onth, th
thce n winning an
i n t e r n a t i o n a l c o rm p e titio n a t
H a m ilto n , O n ta□rii
rio, L ip in sk i’s
m in d w as on laist
st y e a r's disas.
tr o u s s h o r t p ro
r o fg ra m w hich
in c lu d e d tw o faills
lls an d a 23rdpla c e finish that ju
ju ss t got her into
th e finals.
T h e 4-foot-8 jum
p
inping
sensation
b ^ y got off t h sice
i i on the triple
flip in the short progi
T3gram,puliingit
o ff w ith r a p id ro
ro ta tio n th a t
a p p e a r e d to m ak
k ee som e of th e
judg es’ question the
the landing. For
once, h e r technical1 m;
marks were not
unassailable, includini
ding two 5.6s.
—
G
Kendall surges
e s ahead
a t B ay Hill invii
ivitatlonal
OR LA N D O , F laa.. -- A bout th e
tim e S k ip K endall w
waalked off the
18th g re e n w ith a 7-under-par
7-u
65
a n d t h e le a d a t tthh c Bay H ill
Invitatio n al Friday,
tl e temperaf, th
tu r e s b e g a n d ro pjp
p ii
in g and th e
winds p ic k e d up.
K e n d a ll, w ho playc
ay ed the Nike
T our l a s t y e a r, w aass :in th e lead
tw o w e e k s ago a fte
t e rr shooting a
first-round 65 a t thJC
e IDoral-Ryder
O p e n . T h e n th e: gg u sts blew
th ro u g h th e B lue M
M(o n ste r and
a lm o s t k n o c k e d h im
i
o ff th e
course.
He follow ed with> U
tt „ o e „ e „ d 3
of 76 a n d fin is h e d iin a tie fo r
56th. P la y w as suspen.
> endedat6:34
p.m. E S T ivith 20 play
>layers still on
th e co u rse, none of th
theem with any
chance o f m atchingg K
K endall's 9under 13S.
Robbins, IVIucha
ha tied
for le a d after 2 rounds
i
P H O E N IX - K e lly
Hy R o b b in s,
se e k in g h e r seco n dd w
v in of the
s e a s o n , s h o t a 5-um
n dd e r-p a r G8
F rid a y t o s h a r e thlee 1le a d w ith '
B a rb M u c h a a f t e r■tthh e seco n d
ro u n d o f t h e L PG A
; ta n d a rd
A S
Regisier Ping.
M uch a, th e first-rou
round leader
a fte r a c o u r s e rc c o)rd-tying
rd
65,
shot 70 f o r a n 11-undc
n d e r total at
the h alfw ay m ark of tht
th e $850,000
event, w h ich pays S127,
.27,500 to the
winner.
Dawn Coe-Jones blew
lew a chancc
to forge a three-way tie by bogeyin g th e p a r - 4 1 8 th> h o le . H e r
round o f 70 le ft h er alo
alone in second, a s h o t b ack a t 136.
T h re e -tim e defendinf
lin g champion L a u r a D a v ie s ,, ti
t r y in g to
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opening lutz, tu m ed , and recovered to h it a double toe cor
tion. B ut it w as too la te tc
to save
the m arks.
This is th e third straight
;ht competition in which Kwan’s: technit<
cal perform ance was shakj
ky, and
the stum ble, unforgivable i tlie
te c h n ic a l s h o r t p ro g ra m w as
beyond h e r comprehension
on. She
ac tim es looked on th e ver
e rge of
tcar^ h a d obviously been‘ cryins
c
earlier, an d le t out deep breaths
br
Co m aintain h e r composuree a s she
tried to explain.
"I h esitated a little but I cdidn’t
hesitate th a t much,” she sa:
5did o n e b illio n o f th e rm in
warmup an d all tliis week,
c, b ut 1
haven't fallen on one o r fli
flipped
01 one in a long time.”
on
L ik e
E lv is
S to jk oD on
W e d n e sd a y , K w an h a s tl
th r e e
sl
skaters
betw een h er and the
he title
sh e w o n in 1996. Nei
e ith e r
G usm eroli n o r Butyrskaya
y-a is a
si th in g , a n d m istakes ccould
sure
gi Kwan an opening to mi
give
medal.
Bi Lipinski would h ave to n
But
" n o te
a 3serious e rro r to allow Kwa
st a l h e r c h a n c e a t unse"a“
ste
a ng
SSco n ja H e n ie n s fh e youn^
ngest
ch
champion
ever.
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rig
sk
skate
w ell a n d c oncentratc
Ite on
doin g w e ll a n d d o in g it
do
it fo r
mj
myself.”
Tara lipinski
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IN BRIEF
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become tlic
Uu first LPGA p b y e r to
: sam e to u rn a m e n t fo u r
itiv e y e a rs, w as a t 139
a fte ra 6 9'9-.
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as A u s tr a lia ’s K a r r ie
W ebb, who
vho capped a 6 8 w ith an
e a g le on he
h er last hole, canning an
8 -iron from
om 144 feet on th c p a r 4
ninth.
Sw ede: yymika
A
Sorenstam , th e
to u r’s leadi:
ading m oney w iruier this
y e a r withhtitwo wins a n d a sccond
in t h c foi
f o u r e v e n ts s h e h a s
p layed, foUi
oUowed a first-round 71
w ith a 75>ar
and was fa r b ack in th e
pack ,
rao d s lio o ts
lO-Undei
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ro u n d
S A N FERNANDO
FE
, C a n a ry
I s la n d s -- E n g la n d 's
L ee
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a c o u rse re c o rd
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pai 63 on F riday co ta k e
th c lead aft<
after two rounds o f th e
5560,000 Tur
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W estw oo,
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und ever for a n overall
itrokes ahead o f S pain’s
J o s e M aria
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who jum ped
in to sccond
i
id place
w ith a 6 -undcrp a r 67 on
or th e •7 ,0 2 1 -y a rd
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C Jan ary ^an
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S‘ w itz e rla n d ’s P a o lo Qui
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shot
gre in th ird placc w ith an 0
group
‘
all138.
all
EI u ropean R y d e r Cup capi .
Se\ B ^ c sc e ro s carded a 3-o
Seve
pai 76, fin ish in g wich a doul
par
boj
bogey
on th e 18th h o le fo r
ovc
overall
148. T h e S p a n ia rd
fail to qualify for w eekend“ f
failed
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n d 'at
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Monica Seles began
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IininGermany in 1993.
back Friday w ith1 aa v ia o ry in the
Seles
li h er share of the No. 1
is lost
Lipton Chajnpionsh
iships in h e r first
ran kng
in gla st Novem ber and has
match thisyear.
d to
slipped
tc fifth.
Seles beat Naoko
ko Sawamatsu of
M artin
tin a Hingis, on the verge of
Japan 6-3,2-6,6 -2.
. becomlnj
lin g th c worid’s to p -ra ^ e d
Tlie match was: Sc
Seles’ first since
player, ^r l i e d from the brink of
she broke h e r righi
ght in d ex finger
d e fe att in
i; h e r o p en in g m atch.
while catching a ball
1»I1 in December.
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bj-ed because her
by overta
tn aking P atrida Hy-Boulais
fnH-a-.Kardj^hasbe
been undergoing
3^,6-3,6-:
1, 6 -2 .
chemotherapy for Sta
stomach canccr.
E v enal
1 a loss wouldn’t have preventn i e match
Sel
Seles’ first in the
ed H igis
n ^ l ia n repladng S c ^ G r^
, and th e first in
as the WTA’s
Wl
top-ranked player on
h er home stace since
ice she became a
March 31.
31 A t age 16, Hingis will
U.S. citizen in 1994.
beccmcthi
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foi
the postponement of
1991. She was sidel
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11 mntchc
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years a fte r being1 st
rs.
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1/2 hours.
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How employers are
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a t m ore th a n two
h e l |i l i i g l o w ^ i ^ a ^ : i
d o ^ O f 't hthle nation’s largest corpor a a o n s navi
lave becai meeting quietly
OVCr th c; pp!ast y e a r to brainstorm
>^'ayS tO recruit
rCO
and retain workers
w h o m a kcecless
lj than S830 an hour,
ScaU C
rCd la b o r sh o rta g e s in
e re
p a m o f th
e country have m ade the
the
issuc more
re a
acute.
TTie huma
iman resources executives,
g a i h m nB
gT
Thursday and Friday in
la v e dubbed them selves
th e H in p5loyer
lo i
Group. O f th e 26
irporations partidpating,
m a jo r corp<
on ly 10 hav.
la v e agreed to go public,
w ith o th e«rs Ifearing a potential public s tig m a1ooff acknowledging a large
p o rtio n oiff tl
their workers ea m less
th a n fe d exal
ra l poverty guidelines.
T h e COmf
im panies th a t own fast*
food r c s talurant
un
chains Burger King
and Pizza H
H iut are in the itoployer
G roup, a s5 aa rre Hyatt Hotels Corp.,
giant A etna Life
financial services
ser
& C asualty
C and dothing manuty Co.
f a c c u ro r Levi
L ei S trauss & Co. The
G e n e ra l SServices
er
Administration
a l s o i s p a trtidpating.
tic
Togethca", the
firm s re p rc
s,
resent
about 2.5 million
w orkers n ationwide.
atic
T h e e x eecutives
cu
desc rib e th eir
not a ltruistit
n io u v e s a Js eeconomic^
c
A U o p e r a te
ir highly price-competie in
Q v e in d u strie
tries that depend on stabIe,low -w age
age work forces, and they
say m a rk e t realities
re
make it impossible to r aise
is e salaries significantly.
Y et, th e e xxec
< ^ tiv e s say they have
le a rn e d it is
Ls ir
in their interest to hd p
w o rke rs cope
ipe widi a variety o f life’s
O iscs.
“W e a r ei bbeing
t
dragged into all
th e se issues,
fc
s, forced
to recognize this
'^ ° r k f o r cee exists,"
e
said C harles
■eaor
Romeo, d ire
a of employee beneG tsa tC o n A ^ Refrigerated Foods
in Geneva, DL,
DL, the meat processing
company that
h a t produces Swift and
A rm our prod
roducts a n d B utterball
turkeys. “If
' e d on’t, w e won’t
If w
exist We need
sed tobetterm anageit.”
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nm ply trying to a ttack
Iges m ore effectively,”
challenge
said J a y Hunc
undley, d ire a o r of personnel at retail
:c ^ c rJ .C P ia ii,e y C o ,n
co-founder of the
t group along with
Marriott Intern
lemational Inc Hundley
said J.C . P’een
n n e y ’s stu d ie s have
m on of good woricers is
shown retentio
crudal bccausc
juse employees become
most pnxluctiv
ctive after b dng on the
ihreeyears.
job at least thrc
-age employees face difButlow-wag<
ficulties finn d iin g a d e q u a te child
)le transportation and
care, reliable
a ffo rd a b le hlousing,
ouj
>rfiich can tum
i n t o c o s tly’ bbul s in e s s p ro b le m s,
in c lu d in g absenteeism
b se
, tardiness
a n d lo s tp r o d u c
I n m a n y ca
c ases,
s
form erly good
" 'O rk e rs d is
ap
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o r q u it unex-
pe c te d ly , c itin
iti g a c o lla p se of
makeshift child
lild care arrangements
or the brcakdov
down of the f a i ^ y car,
fordng compan
?anies to hire and train
new workers,
t
•s, according
to group
membeiiK
ConAgra’s
R eo estim ates it
s Rom
costs S2,000) to
to $3,000 to tra in a
workers
I
otiytohelp— a n d k M p thtir km rage w xteri. some
wme :
employws aro provWrgtticti
such :
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C
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r-finf«advk»
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□ A m prenatal programs to
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v
wortceiB
who help wtth transportat
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aQ AdemitonrforernptoyeeswtM
wtM :
h beef* IMng In crowded, uioanl
had
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t
taiycondftlons
Q 5 p e eU badtrB tm r«fbrmagera!
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w orker to understand health
Ith jand
sai
safety standards and to leam
m thow
toproperly trim meat off an anii
lo
animal
ca
:a r c a s s . C onA gra m a n a g e rs,
dc
depending on the job and locati
ration.
n i ^ t h ave to fill the sam e slot
Jot ttwo
orthree times a year. J o b tumo'
Dr
imover
,
s even higher among some o f ithe
m-o
?t)up's members.
■] Employer Group focuscs
The
ises on
sha
h a ring w hat m em bers call “bc
“bestpJnictices”
n
polides that help' wo:
work^
IS manage their lives and stay
ay pprodui
luctive. M any firm s h a v e inti
introluced subsidized child care,
E, sj
specijj
ialized training for managers,
pi
■s,prDatal c are programs and on-the-j.
he-job
j}^
Tunigration and tax-Giing advice.
vice,
Fp or exam ple, many McDonali
maid’s
res
e s ta u r a n ts h a v e expand*
inded
emi
mployee food discounts by off(
offer­
uy,^
lg 50 percent off for workers’
faj
s’ famiij|<
les. H yatt has reduced employi
jloyee
tuim
n o v e r by emphasizing flexib
adble
■ork hours. Marriott Intem ation
itional
ijjc_
ic has a tdephone hot line lin
k
inked
t o>sso d a l workers who assist wii
: with
tra i
• a n sp o rta tio n a n d ch ild -ca
•caire
cris<
ises. T he company h d p s worke
irkers
fji„
le fed e ral tax forms th a t wou]
vould
au„,
Jow them to get earn e d incon
icbme
tax
i
X crcdits on a weekly hirrig rathe
■ather
a n in one refund.
A single m other earning 5192
192 a
^ee
eek could g et an e x tra S244 pc
p er
^ed
2ck in h e r paycheck if she file
filed
,hc i
e eforms. Tliat “makes a big diffe
lifferic e 'w h e n you a r e p o o r,” sai
said
iv n ,
inna Klein, M am ott’s d i ^ olor
r cof
^oJrk-lifeprosrams.
ri
f,
E x e c u tiv e s in th e -E m p looyyee r
' Gmu
oup say they cannot considerrraisrai;
w; w
v ages in an era of tight profi
jrofit
irgins a nd competitive price pre:
pressu res.
n i “These are the econohiics
ics oof
our ]
r b u sin e ss," said K lein. Onl;
Only
aj^ju
out 1.5 ccnts of every lodging; doi
dol­
tu-is
is profit for Marriott, she added,
led,
tj,
rh e com panies are defining
lg aas
“jo^y
)w -w age” th o se w o rk e rs wh<
w ho
can,
Tl less than S850 an hour, rough
lughjy th,
th e figure used by th e fedleral
e ra
i-emment to determine eligibili
ibili^
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Sidf!
1 food subsidies.
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22
Tlmet-Nawi, Twin F*lli,, Idaho
Idjf
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C o m pD a n ie s; t u m t (i:o c a l l c( e n t e r rs
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Carolyn Q o l l a h e r h e l p i aIcco
o llla a g u a a t M a trlx x M arfce tinif In
Ir Salt Ljke City. The
n r m ,a iu b il( |[ a r y o r th e C C[ nlnclnnfftH
i
)a««d C in cin n a ti B ell,
It
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it
SA LT LA K E C IT Y (A P)
DirecTV em ploys 800 people
>lem
Co;
C
alifornia to b ea m signalss 'via
s a te llite to c u s to m e rs ’ teilevile
sions. But th e fast-growing cc
par has nearly triple that ma
pany
people w orking on sales, mark
ing and custom er service.
And th e y 're n o t even empli
ees.
DirecTV is one of hundreds
con
companies outsourcing th e acustom er contact p art of their bu
busincs!
nesses. The trend is fueling pl
non
nomenal growth in a middle-ag
*
bb u t now r e to o le d in d u s tryy —
tele
telescrvices.
W hat w as, a d e c a d e ago,, an
i
industiy of a thousand tiny coi
:omsanies w ith phone bonks — nnot
one
)ne of them w ith m ore than i
m
ill
nillion
in revenue — has sproi
■out:d into a 56 billion goliath with
th a
W
ai Street welcome.
iVall
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vice
ic e companies had initial publ
tock offerings an d an other six
si
had
lad secondary offerings of stocl
ock,
aisin g S l.4 b illio n in capftc
ftal
from
rom the public, according to th
the
>ain Bosworth investm ent firm.
n.
The reason for th e outsourcin
ling
expli
xplosion is sim ple, says Davi
vid
Douj
(ougherty, p re sid e n t and chic
lief
exec
x e c u tiv e o f f ic e r o f M a trix
ixx
Marl,
larketing: Large American coir
ampanic
anies are finding help for thei
leir
bottc
pttom Unes by farm ing out sei
service
ice an d m a rk e tin g c n o re s ti
to
comp
)mpanies such as his.
“Most
of
these
com
panies
an
are
, “M
icreasingly re alizin g they cai
ran
lower
wer their costs and we can helj
elp
Two m o re cen ters aree uuin d e r
w a y in L o g a n , U tah , am
a n d in
O klahom a City. Matrixx'
X is th e
third largest private employe
)loyer in
U ta h , b e h in d In te rm oJuunn ta in
H e a lth C a re w ith 18,000
)0 0 a n d
B righam Y oung University
' ith
ity w
nearly 15,000.
Like N ebraska, Iowa, Virgi
/irginia,
Florida and Ohio, Utah is atti
a ttra c t-'
ing
in cre asin g numliers of telet
VV;-.
J
service com panios drawnn bj
by an
_
e d u c a te d la b o r force, mnany
an' o f
w hom a re willing to work
p
rk partt e a n d s p e a k m u ltiplie
tim
le Ila n g u a g e s . T h e fa c t resid e n t;
ts o f
t o se s ta te s sp e a k w ithout
th
lout an
a
accent
helps.
The com panies hire peopli
:ople tt)
_____________ e ith e r tak e o r m ake calls to 1help
:
a c u s to m e r fig u re out hou
how to
re b o o t a la p to p com puter,
e r, use
b
baby
form ula or choose aI credit
crc
A m o n ito r d lip la y i t h a nnumber of phone calli received
id tf
tha prevloua day at
ccard.
M atrlx x M a rk e tin g In SSalt
a Lzka City.
A n d in c re a s in g ly , thh e yy ’re
responding to e-mail queries
es with
th e m g ro w th
I eb u s in e s s ,"
in June 199
1994. T he company, now
ge-mail
*
answers.
Dougherty said,
.
,
'fie biggest
2st su p p lier of television
“ Quite often these days,, if
i( you
i
In the caso o f Direi
irecTV, it was
channels vii
via pizza-sized satellite
jj
dial an 800 num ber for any
or
y orgasim ply th a t the paren
rent company,
dish e s, hh aa s 2 .4 m illio n subni
nization
... you can pretty’ m
t
much
H u ^ e s Electronics,
s, di id n ’t have
scribers.
rest
assured
that
you’re'
not
c
ot
calla c lu e h ow to d elal
a l w ith conThe conti
in tr a c t w as pivotal for
[„ that company directly,” s;
ing
said
sumers; its expertise
V as in satele w
Matrixx, aa C
C incinnati-based subPirank Casale, executive direc
F
irector
lite s and defense custc
istomers.
sidiary of• Ci
C incinnati Bell and the
ooff T he O utsourcing Institute
:ute in
“ G iven th e sh o rtt tim
t e fram e
largest off ih
th e teleservice compaNew
York.
th a t we hod to amass
ass th e expernics with S3f
S367 m illion in revenue
“M ost o rg anizations ... ddoi
o n ’t
tise, we sim ply coulc
u ld n t do it,”
last year,
h a v e th e e x p e r tis e n o■r
r th
t, e
said DirecTV spokesn
jsm an Robert
Matrixx <erem ploys 15,000 people
^resources to build and managi
la g e a
Mercer.
at 19 caU ce
ce n te rs in eight states,
tete le m a rk e tin g dep artm e n t,’ I
It,’
he
D ire c T V c o n tr'a
a cc te d w ith
with nearly
'ly 1h a lf of its employees
sa
said.
"T
hat’s
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Americcans’ eco;anomic coonfi(dencce soars, bDut worrissome (delbt lingers•s
ByJohnCunnlff
Tha A iio c la ta d P r e u
Analysis
NEW Y O R K ~ You
ou :h ave to a d m ire
the im plications of those
lose high consum er
confidence le v e ls, beet
jccause th e y sh o w
• that good old A m erican
can optim ism , th a t
old-time faith in th e futu;
uture, is still alive.
You m ight have thoug
ought th a t w ith all
•the talk of rising interesi
rest ra tes an d such
it would have begun to <
erode a b it. But
no. The C onferen ce Board’s
Bot
d a ta show
' c o n su m e rs a r e t h e m
m<o st o p t i m i s t i c
they’ve b een th is decade,
ide.
They a re confident be^
because th e re a re
jobs to b e had; th e joble
)bless ra te is down
to 5.3 percent.
And b ecause inflation
on iis checked; con■ sum er p rices o re rising
i only 2.3 perng at
ccnt annually.
And b cc a u sc incomes
ies are rising; disposable in c o m c s w ere
i a t a b e tte r
re up
_______
. ,,
th an
n 5S p crccn t a n n u a l ra te in th
thee first
quarte
irtcrofl997.
All
i
.11 this is p r e t t y re m a rk a b le
le,, inone
more
s than th e disposable inccmi
•e so
icm efig.
ure,, which
wl
is c om puted a fte r taxes,
<es. L w t
y earr the
tl Tax F oundation estimatec
ated the
averag
rage household ta x bill was beti
between
S23,00(
,000 and $24,000.
Noth
oti ing, it s e e m s , can u n dierm
e rr ine
Americ
crican-style confidence fo r long
ong. It’s
a tr aa it
it you c a n t r a c e fro m thiie
e v' ery
b e g in
r
Inning
o f U .S . h isto ry ; a n d,
d , 'w ith
e notable exceptions, it has bicenjuseer
tified."
d. Faith and confidence pay off.
3ff.
It iiss so
« inherent in th e American c
an chara c te rr tl
that w aves o f im m igrants all but
sacrific
Ificed their lives bccausc in doir
Joingso
theywwere
( c onfident they w ere inves
ivesting
in th e ir children'!
n's future. They knew it
ccustom ers they knew rather
ie r little about.
would b e worthwl
while. .
Some critics saw this as? foolhardy,
fo
but
But that was the
:hen. W hat about now?
rn o t many. Most people belie
jliev ed lenders,
Filings for pen
crsonal b a n k ru p tcy lost
\ w ho earlier had created the
h e foreign loan
y e a r surged past
st 1 million for tho first
ffiasco of the 1970s and thi
th
e
sa
v
in
g
s
&
tim e. " S urge” is th e c o rrec t term ; th e
1loan debacle in tho 1980s, wt
, w ere sage and
o n e -y e a r increas
lase was 35 p e rc e n t to
jp ru d e n t people,
1.24V 00.
To bank econom ists —
- yy e s, e v e n to
It isn’t th e onlj
lly evidence o f a m ajor
s
som
e F ed eral R eserve ban
Ja n k e rs — th e
change in finances
:cs.
i;u se of credit cards and moii
nounting dobts
The num ber of
af A mericans behind on
vw ere evidence of economic
nic confidence.
credit-card bills rc
rose at th e e n d of 1996
CO th e r w is e , th e y e x p la im
lin e d , p e o p le
to a record. Thee fo u rth -q u arter delin*
vw ouldn’t dare take on debt.
’tqu e n cy r a te was
IS 3.72 p erc en t, highest
Moreover, they odd, house
usehold assets,
sin c e 1973. T hat
a t’s w h en th e re c o rd s
ssuch os housing prices and
id sstocks, have
w ere first kept,
risen sharply. And they a re
re co
< rrect. But
That, you would
dd think, would suggest
hh o w do you ta p h o u sinlg
g p\ r i c e s a n d
financial stress, bu
but maybe not.
si
stocks — convert them to) ca
cash — withThe industry mt
mailed m ore than 2 biloo ut selling? Or borrowing on
i
on them
?
lion solicitationss lost
1
ye ar, slowing the
Confidence it m i ^ t be,, bbiiut how then
pace only in theI fourth
f
q u a rte r. Banks ' ddo you explain the m ounting.
ng
evid
en c e of
fought each other
e r for custom ers — for
aa spreading inability to repa;
;pay an d a ri.s-
More c(:ompanie6 3 offer in
nvestors
chancei to buy stock
s
dirt^ectly
■ B y N ell D o w n in g
KnJght-Rldder N ew» SefvlcB:______
W ant to b u y a p ie cce
e of t h e
Chicago C ubs? J u s t in1 time
ti:
fo r
baseball season? A nd play
a y :no broker's commission? Readd or
on:
Q. 1 w as lo o k in g foJrr ca n 800
num ber to p u rch ase McD<
IcDonald’s
stock directly.
—J.P., N orth Sdtuai
tuate,R .L
A. C all 1 .800-228-96:
9623 f o r
infonnation a b o u t how’ to invest
d ir e c tly in f a s t-fo o3dd g ia n t
McDonald’s Corp.
M cD onald’s is am ong
lg cdozens
of companies w orldwidee th
tha tsc U
their stock d irectly to inves
ivestors.
W ith th e s e d ir c c t shart
m e p u rchase program s, also callei
lUed “noload stock” p la n s, you: can
ca b u y
your initial sh are(s) from
m ai compan y , byp a ss a brokeragi
rage a n d
avoid paying a b roker’s1commisco
sion.
You can g e t a fre e list
th e se sto c k s b y w ritin g8 t* ° ‘h e
“ N o-Load
S to c k
Insi
new sletter a t 7412 Calumet 4
2
Suite 200, H am m ond, Ind.
4 24.
.‘*•'*“
(Ask for a c o p y of thf e. >
1 ««t
list of no-load stocks, ajidJ m
in d u d e
your name an d address.)
T h is is a lw a y s a pop
p o p u la r
M oneyL in e to p ic , a n d th
always som ething new too0 re
report.
H ere’s the latest: ..
. ,
•Nine m o re c o m p a n ie s
offering no-load plans, accoi
to the “DRIP Investor” nev
te r, a sister p u b licatio n to
“ NoLoad Stock In sid er.”
Some are lis te d in a table
tab a t
- bonom .
A m ong t h e n e w enti
T rib u n e C o m p an y o f Chic
;|ucago,
, * publisher of th e Chicago Tril
- n ew sp ap er and ow n er of
1
C h ica g o C u b s b a s e b a ll c
. R oyal D utch P etro leu m , thi
- a n d gas giant; W am er-Lam “
C o ., m a k e r o f S u d a f e d
: B e n a d ry l
d e c o n g e s ta
T au b m an C e n te r s In c ., a :
e sta te investm ent tru st (W
Call the
16
L
com pany
Minimum Initial
IlIJlto lH rM In v estm ent phone
’
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w S i H r n ln v ^ e n t rw uli^
lump sums and may be
i S r a o m o c9 uses
a
If Investor
a ^ s to automatl
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p r o s i ^ s and eii
use.
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^ ^ Co-=501an d tw o Baby Bells.
Be
Bell A tlantic
C orp. an d BeUS(
USouth Corp. (U.S.
le ritech also h a v e
no-load plans).
M o st no-loadidI stock p la n s a r e
a v a il a b l e to in
in v e s to rs i n a ll
states. B ut ju stt b.
because a com paHload p lan d o e sn ’t
n e c e s s a rily m
meean i t ’s a g o o d
in v e s tm e n t. Yo,
Ifou’ll h a v e to d o
som e research.
A nd although
Jl tthese plans typic n lly l e t y o u av
avoid b r o k e r a g e
commissions, you
r-ou won’t b e eligib le f o r th s n d v vice,
iD research a n d
o th e r services tha
that m any b ro k e rs
^ ™ " th e r m o r ee,, it’s so m e tim e s
n and o ut of t h e s e
A nd som e plans
ans have ste e p initia l in v e stm e nitt m
t inim um s a n d
m a y le v y fees an
and ex p e n se s o f
th e ir ow n. So rea
read th e p rospectu s an d enroUmer
nent form carefuliding w h e th e r to
By th e way: Th
The W alt D isn ey
C o . a n n o u n c eid
d a t its a n n u a l
m e etin g th at i t intends
int
to la u n c h
d bccause she’s a co^Jlvner,
automatically becomc sole
fr m
of th e b o nds a f te r your
1, Nelson said. By laiv, savKinds go directly to the surv""
g co-owner
upon th e other
3
“
r’s death.
. “^ °ley
y not only can go to her;
*“ ®y m u st go to h e r ,” N elson
red.
declared,
By the way: The nam es of coowners,
a p rinted on th e face of
rs, as
a s a v'in
in gj s b o n d , a r e a lw ay s
jo in ed1 bj
by the word “o r” to indicate c:o-ownership,
oo’
n e v er by the
word “and”,
“an
Nelson said. (Lf the
w ord “an
“and” appears, it’s by mistake, she
:hesaid.)
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John Cum
m n iff covcrs financial affairssfo
forr
77ic/lsK)aat
\aied Press.
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I
its own
OWI d ire c t sh a re purch ase
Pian1 later
la
this year, according to
tP Investor.
Q.. I h a v e a (s a v in g s ) bond
t's m ark ed “ o r.'’ I t's In my
n a mlee ""or" (my niece’s) name. IfI
som ethlng
eth
h appens to m c ... in
c o se: I n e e d th e m o n e y a n d I
c a n 'tt go
gi out, I w an t to know If
she can
can cash i t If I die, can they
jh c r?
—L.G., C entral Falls, R.I.
. Y ou’re a ll s e t o n b o th
counts,
Its, said S h e ila E. N elson,
spokesv
:eswoman for th e Bureau of
th e Pub
Public Debt in W ashington,
w hich
:h iad m in isters th e savings
bondi pprogram.
n
lur bonds a re reg istered in
w iership form . T his meansco^jwne
an d your niece h av e equal
y ou and
o the bonds.
rightss tto
So,, your niece h as full authori) c ash th e b o n d s h e rs e lf
r / Sle v e r sh e lik es, now o r in
uture, without your permisgioV
ing numbc
iber of p e rsonal bankruptcic.s
cics?
Can confid
fidence coexist with such concli
onditions?
How?
M ore qqui e stio n s a b o u t this situatioi
Ition
will b e asksked in th e im m ediate future,
•e.
Could it possibly be, for example, that
tha
credit-card
rd debts a rc higli because peopeo
pie cannot
Dt g et by w ithout using the ered
c re d it offeredI on
o their cards?
And if they
th h ave to borrow now, wha
what
great eveni
:nt in the future, w hat windfall
Jfall,
w ll endow
)w them with th e mooey toippu'
uy
off those debts?
dc
In short,
•t, wili that old-fashioned confi
cinfidence g ett people
j
througli all this? Will
Wil
consum er
(
r confidence
somehow be coa­
con
verted into
to a m edium for buying thing'
lings
or paying bills?
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m
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Tv^
Jn
efits. Call423-4015 UFEGUARD
•NSTRUCTION
^
------------------------ Tuos. & Thursiurs.6-ep,m,Sat.
"fc o sso 'y . Org
STUDENTS-Spond
md your
. Foils, Idaho.
>l>tn.,hi;^ I
V wall hangors ond slool FARM Ct
I-50 m Cutront
" ’“ '’agoriol
Conlor pivot oporoa Sun. 1-5f
i g in to
•
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:
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fram
ors.
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lo
r
w
an'
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io
d
for
sum
m
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c
o
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mon
on tonly. Coll 208-322- | job in Moniann.
Mi
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733-4384
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o 1997 su m m o r — „
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oxporioncod, I
—
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M
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toiiwbhcr^
soason.
n. Thls|obcouldbo MAILROOM
10 Army _________ ____________
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mailfoom
o
o
n
d
resu
m
e"
CUSTO
5T0MER SERVICE
a full tin
llmo position or a
Timos-No
6 0 0
800
;all
SALES
ly
cooking
nppliCraig.
Twin
Fail
.«M
Entry
lo
7 level posiiion In fast
port timo
no summor job docurronliy c
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S
^FC B .H o. 20,.734.
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pportunity
fo
evening
ihrounh
Hospital,
Box
ty
for
l
u
u
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paced
iced growing company
ponding
ng on the porson.
carilsforevo
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soil-m otivaiod perso
n
roon,
ning hours. Must
Folia. ID B3303
ailablo. AS/'P Must bo
G o o d pay
pr ond hdusing
oarlymominc
303
MISCELLANEOUS
S ai uj i J w S v i i i .
^
1 0 0 0
“oTm
ality. .
Y U FE
3°°'* poraonollty
If motlvniod. organized
provided.
Bd. 406-357-3150
b e nblelolili
'" '‘ 50 Iba. 8 bo
--------------------------- TIREDOFTHECrTYI
------------------------oblo
Io
stand
mont
, untain
oqulpmont
----m d for long po400
S i:
i p »o s sso s s good customor “
riods of timo.
sary.
I s ta n oxperionco n o c o sso
ry
rvico skills. Apply In
WIVtM/kxha
lecjwoM
servic
no Muslhavoa
e,,B ni/*A t ^ccD»/ir-c
cc
W lag e R a to n In^fi
CKm
f lo o d driv
ir r o c o rd ,
vlowinn
Salary plus commission
islon.
rson w/rosumo fal 415
a ro ujn
n id farm 4 dairy
Iving
'“JJ-"*—
person
ley. Idaho is InioiMo
_ U » ^ .
Uf(m
Ploasosiopb
}lo to
Addiso
Must havo. or bo oblo
tc
-pbyihoTimosdison Avo. Suild 3, TF,
^ “ 'P ' rrncior operator.
for full limo yoar rrcS d
f o o d o r £4 maybo roliol
Nows ond fill 1Out an oppli- _
M A ^Q
ir icom“ commercial drtvdriv
, E
.si
poailions. Wo offor
milkor. F
d Is pCATCHER
at
Filer oroa. Sond
calion or som
londrosumiio: R N '‘cotisod Inim
thoo S ia to o l
sumo
liconso. Send rosumo
p o t l t i v o w a g o ss^a n d
------------ 1 Pan timi
timo 4-9 pm and Sat- ! rosum o) tc
13-Nows. P.O
Idaho for n full-tl
to PO . Box 333.
T ho Timos-^
^l-Umo (»slbenofits. Housing nvflllnov
Gonorol Manogor, P.O,
P.O, •
FOUND; Malo Goldon Ro- M"
lay. 2 yoars olfico oxFilor ID' 63328.
6:
Box 548. Tw
Twin Foils. ID
lion 03 suponrisc
a ti « ^ 2 6 6 2 . Twin Falls.
10 •
s. ID
M so ro S u rble, Profor tw oyoan
I
LEGAL
triovor X. about 6 mo ok). I
ABORTION
po'Jio^n,
rionco wllh cuilom or _
i48 Atln: MallO 'c a'Sen/icoo,
C
----------------------03303-0548
10, Ouaimcop«,lenco In rotall or groFound on Comor of Falls I ALTERNATIVES
L£QAL NOTICE
n ta c t an d com p u lo r E
,
aroodrugfroo
" o n s in d u d o0:: Previous
P
butlne ta
& S h o s h o n o Falls RD. L
jn c o d larm holp
w lk o n X oonmont.
nn
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o x p o rlo n c o In ,
jo rlo n ce. MuSl work
NOTKSOFAPPUCATIONN
vory lovabloi woll mann- PR
PF E G N A N C Y C R IS IS S-n^nn
I.
Sond
resume
10
-------------------_
managomont.' su?Jli!a“
sui
1undor prossuro. May
'
TO MAKE REGULATED'
ox° A dJn°Str^t'l'“ " ''* °'''
orod. Call 734-6084,
C N T E R Froo tosiing,
CE
NCE
porionco. strong
MAKE AN IMPACTr
CONSUMER LOANS
)iy IIn person or fax re^ 'P - , S3ox
° 1653. Tw in MAINTENANC
•ong organi- Als^hlriJg for w mmer
'
7:
734-7472
or 80(K?71.74:^
Maintonanco
S
0 Supervisor
is
zotionoi skills, c
IN 1997
no 10: Continental Ca'P3 63303.
^
TO ALL P E R S O N S LIT Lodflo-F'onlDoskCior
lorks,
CHANGE YOUR WORLD
ILD
sorvico skills.%Salary
Scn t n ~do------------- ------------------, blovislt
CENSED TO MAKE REG­
vision. 261 Eastland FARM ---------------------- noodod at TwIi Twin Falls Caro
Housekeepers
’leaso chock your ad lot
g
•E*
108
Dr. Twi
'116 bod Horipondont on oxpi
'Clerks
' “ ANAGER TRAINEE*
ULATED C O N S U M E R^
MorcantUo-Cashlors/CI.
,o
„a
S
rx
c!.!,!
corroclnoss on tho firsi
I PRO FESSION A L
nursing home.
Excoilont bonofii
f
LOANS:
(fax).
ompackago.
S o r v ic o S la tio n -SSlh o p
If
you
hovo
a p o a ltiv
o
Ivo
I
qualificoilons P lo aso submitI resume’
ros
SERVICES
Pleoso,
You 0x0 hOfoby nolifiodj I day ihni II mns. as Tho
lo
Helper
ou
tlo
o
k
...
work
woll
.:o H 3 |.5 < 5 2 .
„ ||| Incluno0 pilot
pi
voll
!■
oxporiJ o d y Crolg. T
Tw
iftoi IfMta-Cash. inc. local- I TIm os-New s Is not ro
w inF alls Coshlors/Clerks
w ith p o o p i o ...A\ r e
o n c o In pite
ro v' o n to ilv o
B ANKRUPTCY
Clinic 4 Hospital,
od a t 1031 Enst Main St.. \ sponsible for o n tw allot
B
Roslaurant-Dlshwash
^
shors.
dopendablo-,.havo
ac­
/yi Chapter & AG toialod
:o.hoallngand
Box 12233.
Burloy. ID 8331B h a s op-' I that timo.
All
id oxporioncod In
[I]?'"’? "? !:?
" ''
c e s s to a r e l i a b7l0
le
DL drivers wanted.
ioning, wnlor
Twin Folio ID.• 83303
8;
pllod to Iho DIfoctof of tho *
casos. Froo lolophono
«ork and harvest
‘'2"
Plooso coil 208-774-35
3628.
vehicIo,.,are bondablo
iblo
nings for oxporioncod
0 q u Ip mleotn t. Bo ablo to
Idustrial wash-----------D opartm ont of F fnanco, I
consultoiion
104
1
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AD
■r the road reefor. von
s^oak a
rs, omorgoncy
,
Statoofldaho.forallconso I
538-7760 800-548-2166
PE R SO N A LS
rs. LPN's
4
MISCELLANEOUS
(loraiors and
Supervisors.
L
sorators Running s
y Ja r rounc
to mako roflulatod consum- ■
WmH.KIulborry
issioniionls nood°fo seeking profoss
lly oqulpmont
Assistant
and 2 Canadian.
Call'
Of loar>s undof tho provi­
PUBUC SERVICE
^gyrsoxpononco
« Item
I veo ,. ;
o/tom- w®
0 p r o g ro o s lv
ssivo hoalth
Poop'o for full Umo/t.
ATlodgo of Idaprogrossivt
10 wookly. Paid twico - ■
sions ot tho Idaho Crodlt
MESSAGE
—compony with worldId­
I^omparable
P o r o r y 4 s e a s oQrPQ l
nonth. ,22e/mi. Now
FARM
h o a F o d oorol
ro nu rsin g
“ '"onl
£om
Codo in Hs offico localod nl' Fodoral
P
law ollows you 10 IOUSE CLEANlMOAffonwldo o p p o r tu n itioe s
lock Crook
POsKions. Wo are aco
lipmoni. Cail loll froo W antod cro',
lion
Ofluipm
Call Floc>
rew Iwss lor cush o m e a n d1 Life
Li Safoly
1031 East Main St., Burtoy,
aur
corroct your crodil roport
''®| 10 dotaii. Twin Fnlls
llcnl Contor
'ng appiicnlions for Gn
ialions ond n
Rohop 4 Medical
1-888-865-7600
lom slacklt
t-W
Jdng 1 ton bnlos
C ode regulali.
ID 83318.
for troo. For moro Infor- ^ only, CoJI 735-0677-Joann.
c
^
ro
m
mo°nT'omont
45
H o u o o . W a ro h o’Jj
u;
„ ° j° M ln th e
at 208-734-8645.
-----------------------Call 324-71
-7148.
g o nuln o Intor
toam. Wo nro^ooliin"g
Ing
If you havo ony objec­
mation about credit repair
.—
Landscaping, Skilled° '
JA N 'S COMPLETE
DRfVER
----------- ----------oldoriy is roqu squlrod, Inior- MEDICAL
3ur
^ '
tions to tho Issuanco of this
scam s, wrilo to Uio Fodr
I^Uora
h iif ,'
Individuals
oriencod Uuck drivor FARM
borers 4 Clerical positl
loca,
,0 in your
CLEANING
SERVICE
&porioi
ostod panios si
ICO •
liconso, you must filo your
oral Trodo Commission, wVallo.
aii c arp els, windows
RN oponlng 3-11
■11 chargo
In tho Mogic Valloy “4 :surocal hauling. Will bo Willing to to
tolocaio. House
rosum o to Adr
i n t o m o n a g o m onntt .
objoctiona with tho Oiroctor
Woohlngton. DC., 20580,
nu rso FT. Salnry
inry basod
rounding areas. Ploi
irod to work various
included,, Milkor
t
painting, Wotioltall. 67Sroquirod
ond oui674 E osiland
loaao
based on moA. W oolol- - ,
or call tho National Fraud
of th o D opartmont of Flwilh shilt
apply In person at: mmrIn
1. Solary
will be do- I sid o helpp noodod.
1
iS iV ^ ^rV-,” '
on oxperionco0 wi
3476, e7O-10l3/anytimo
'
Must
sumo 10 (208);
for Q competlth/o packAnanco. Staiehoujo, Boiso.
I n f o r m o ti o n C o n to r, ___
^
dK foronilols, Excollom
Exi
m ountain Stalling3 nF o --------------------------------pondoni
lonluponoxporicnco. I knt^w hoM
ow to food a n d ---------------------ago. comploto bonoflts
Idaho 83720-2700. wiihfn
1-800-876-7060.
SEV
bonofii package.
<
)0. Contact
so u rco s. 415 Addisi
iEWING 1spoclalizo in full
Wo ooffo
ffo r a full bo n o lit 1 caro fo rbbaby
al calves. Call MANAGER
lison,
4 a n o x p o n s o p a id| ^- : :
I
thirty <30) days artor tho Z
w oman slzos fonnnl woor
packago
:ago ond roliromoni
588-33811ot58B'3101.
0
Sullo 3, Twin Falis, Ida
laoomont ooHolly Rambo. RN.
RN DNS,
Gonoral Managi
daho.
t r o ln in g p r o g r a mm daio of tho Inst pobllcoHon "H E A R T Q U E ST helping
Slzo l a & u p 733-7168
plan.. T
Tihose inlorostod I
rK | , « S ,
^33-3700 ..1.234,
^
n e ared for ih e '9 0IS.
s.
ofthlarw tico.lfohoarlnois
'oinglo peopio find part- ____
PERSONNEL MANAGE
I ollhor pick up an np- lO M P H IC D
P,ER
Call Kon Davis al 208«n! o r s sln c o 1990. Froo SPPR
R IN O HOUSEKEEP.
hold on Ihlo application,
Rosponslblo Ior hirli
ir ng,
733-2042 todoy 9 im
am
lion 01 2394 Foodlot
,
,
c u
cxporienco ho
INC
INO ? ? Call OualiiyHomo
Ihoso fi/ing objoctions shail J Info. CoJI1-S00-»l9^)4li,
a tofcM lcB jO Oooking
kl: RN
training and moilvntii
Bling.
to 6 pm
i (Soaoull Bay Exit)
Timos-i
3-Nokts hao on
a ro lookingI lor
loi n highly
for full-limo homo
Cioanlno 734-2225 or iS
foimburso. pro rata, tho D(- Reading
R
uno health
Caroor orlontid. Sali
tha clSMllltd’adt
;nl0 7
EOE/M-F
rican Fanils or mail a
o p o n In gI for
ft an oxporionorgolic indivi
idivldualwho
posllion. Prior
hi
rocior for his roasonablo
ovory dsy Is a wcithnhDo
or home
DOE, Call 733'83501
0 ask
no to P.O. Box 549.
o n co d grap
;aphlc doslgnor,
is goal orloniet
nted
lo
manhoolth
oxperior
and nocossary oxponsos
hablLCalI733^JM1.
tzor
srionco
for Pam or Miko.
a o n discount._________ Amorican•lean Falls, ID 63211.
SALES
Succossful
ul opplicants will
ago our buainei
noss in Twin
proforrod. Appllcc
incurrod ns a result of tho ”
pllcallons
— ■
------- W atklna quality products
cts •
I
m appllcallon to bo
vorklnaknow
°
lFoils, Posiiion
prtrig Clonning, palnUng
>n 0oflors baso
avoilablo at St. Bonodicts
Bor
hoaring.
m
PI-UMBEH-Journeym
/m an
slnco 1068, Bo 0 reproto!
dcall(206)226-5126
« Jo o o fM«iniosh
ci
106
I n s ld o a oui, A lso o d d
compuso lo ry plus bboonus proFMC, 709N .Uncoln
,U n
woniod. good wagos.I. C
Coll
ooniathro undor $30. ovor
■
;
-------------------------- tors. Pioase a e sond your re/or
gram ond bonofi
I
S
P
E
C
IA
L
NOTICES
lobi
o
b
s
&
yord
work,
Froo
n
n
n
/c
n
nofils, Ploaso
Joromo. EOE
326-5390.
PUBLISH; Match 15. 22. |
____
3 5 0 p r o d u c ts , E x col.
o l.
fl
sum o to;
OStil
s
o
n
d
r
o
s
u
m
o
m
o
10:
Box
--------------------isiim
ates.
Coil
543-5122.
Ociivorydt
.ond 29.1997
------opportunity. Call 1-600V drivor. 22 yra. old
)0 ALCOHOUCS
____
9 9 0 9 0 , C/OI Tr
PROFESSIONAL
Tho Timos * » » » » » * » » » •VVVVVV
*»'
/f, M<i,
older.
der. C lean driving
77i» 77m.
ANONYMOUS
Buy.
> rent or iwap wimT
lunilv
965-7044 ovonlngs.
fmes-Ncwa
Nows. P.O. Box
Central Commur
toM O .T m
R N m a n av gr C D
rocord.
1 PT.
PI Call 733-9484,
A ttn : Po
733-B300
“daa5in»dad,733^)93l.
as
A la tH
Action Agoncy ha s a F ( Foils. IP- 83303.
iA L E i
-------------------------PO Be
.I I:_______ Expanding Home no
1 Health
nanclal
Aaslstnnl
posill
113
1 DRIVER
sillon AQ West Distributing. Co.
:o.
A g o n c y tn Twwin
in F a lls
<IIS.IDa3303
MANAGER
oponlnlhoAdminrstroti
ratlvo
ol Burioy is looking for a
C H IL D C A R E
Dumpln;ci
— -------------- - P T C h o p t o r rMM a n a g o r
n e e d s a sk illed
o d,.o rg o Olfico, 728 Shoshone:
SE R V ICE S
Apply at
( Paving 1907 HAIRSTYUS'
10 St.
FT sa losporson to solo
110
01 OK
1. past oxpor
nizod. dopondnblo
f
IOC
,
noodQ d.floq.pt
blo porson
West, Twin Falls, ID.'. PoF
AQ rolatod products. Must
Highland
<
tst
md Avo,
Twin Fnlls, GREAT CUP
vv/Amoricantlod
Rod
Cross
ot
lh
a
t
Is
oblo
to
wa
)
work
on
olllons
o
p
e
n
s
ot
S8
,i
3UNTHY CORNER DAY- Idaho or call
c 734-3722.
m o d lo lo 01
0 .0 4
bo willing to travel, roli.110
o lh o r non proli
rolit group.
own. For Inic
Iniorviow
probationary dopondii
:A R E Uconsod. Moais,
idlng
oblo ironsporiotion is00 •
,
groat stylist
J t K MKT, GuarWorking withI vo
volunioors
s
o
n
d
r
e
s
u
m
e
)
to
.
b
o
x
on
qualincalions.
40
hoi
o a d i n g , m u sic 4 a rt DRIVER
iours
must w/irovoi e x p en se s
a n to o d h lourly
oi
w apo ♦
Strong computi
putor
skills.'
9
7
5
8
7
.
S
T
h
o
T
p or wook, Appllcalloi
11 routo
dtKror, Musi
commission:
6 m o s - 5 yrs. 736-2813. F/7 local
ro
lions
reimbursed. Hoalth insuriri
io?”^
I
ns
+
loisorolh.
Cortifiod
45
wpr
wpm
lypino
News,
PO
Box
548
548,
Twin
and
Job
Descriptions
o
------------------------ -------havo cun-i
cun-om CDL Apply
or Incentive C 'oniolo
9 aro
onco, rotiromoni program
m
I
LOST&FOUND
j |I M E S CL A SS IFIE D
C urront drivers
erslleonae;
' 0 . 83303,
T
om birth to 3 yrs. ol oge,
In person
—
avniinblo 01 Soulh Cenu
aon 01 R 4 R Ofs- - fu rn ish edM 1p O M G ro o i
iniral
w/t)nso salary 4 commls3Bondoblo. Sond
ond rosumo
I am to 5 pm. S2.00 por posal Inc..
TTTyy?
Community Action Ago
inc..ComocoISawt o a m o iv
n vlr o n m o n t ,
iflonslon paid. Sond resum
POU N D Lorgo puppy,
D EPA RTM EN T
10o
w:
fled
Cross
Co
r. Plooso coll 733-3455.
tooth aa Hi
c y , 7 2 6 S h o s h o n e) S
S t.
Hwy, 30 In Buhi,
V k^orom art
Shophofd X. black, rod
to P. O, Box 1144, Burloy.
M
IU
W
R
iattTS
y.
208-734-5538
^
^01 W o slL o ru
W est. Twin Falls; Jeron
romo
1063318.
ano colls please.
Conlor. C 111735-1200,
all'
collar. Found In tho vidn- _
-_ ;
F u;nwp . c h o o l » c t f v l t l „ l
bum. Idaho 8333
3338' e O ^ ’ Nood oxporionce miiioM-k.
mill.
3USO
CAA Olllco. Courthoui
lly of MapicMt. 733-5668
nnd millvnighl holpc
d
o
y
trin
l...
no
charge
DRIVER
REMEMBER
Basemonl, Joromo; HoyHo
J
,
HA1RSTVUS1
SALES
ISTS
MANAGERS
repair of used oqulp
0
yoors
oxpor.
rofofoncos
FT
local
rou
I roulo dnvor. Must Cost C ullorsrs Family Hair M ongomonl loam
FO U N D T ont, c oll a n d Thnt birthday ad you placed
root. f t . snios & a om o w aroj-­
bum CAA. 1800 j Sire.
lam wanted
W ogos slarting K
at Si 142
Call 735-0895
h av e CDI
som o timo ago In Tfto
CDL. Fuil bonom Caro is now w
I hiring. Wo of- for local m otol.;
I d e n t i f y . K im b o r ly
Hoybum.EOE,
houso work. Somoono to
lo
li . Send toop p o rtu n ity ti
)0. Call 734-7440. for th o so boiDoneiiis; Gunr423-4865
^
73
grow with buslnoss. Call
t» n«r,?r Closing date: March1 28.
2
7Jmoa-W<«vs?Nowljtho willII baby-sit
h,
111
su m o to: PO Be
In my homo,
Box 1200
voncouptoS16.96,
--------------- - ----------------tin
timo 10 como pick up your
ml-F
-F . 6 o .m . to 6 p .m . DRIVERS
[7
• nntood hour!uriy woQo plus
1,m.
for oppt, 208-733-0118.
ng ta
Kn
1897^ridayai5:00p.m
Twin
Foils,
ID
83;
83303.
c
atio
n
s
oro
being
1
FOUND; Cocker Spanlol.
pictures. Stop by ^ 0
pinn.
product solos ------------------------loaso
coll
208-736-7294,
Lona
haul
1
—
.
through
Job
Son/lco,
~
SALES
tan, fomalo, no collar. Cell
C
Customor
Sorvico Dopt
n s (earning up MECHANIC ANO
<
JD
OILER
Foils,
ID
for
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605-967-0558
733-7512. EOE.
8-034-4451.
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537,600, Ownor. 934-4766
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HAZELTON 2 bdrm, 1 balh
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O PE N HOUSES
' o n corner lol, $25,000.
Can 734-2562 Iv. a msg.
TWI
WIN FALLS 4 bedroom.
2I bath
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HOMES
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1) Covor lotlor dOKrl
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pfoat NE locollon. Extra
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month! For lists In your
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$134,000
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yourHOUSE,anycondKlon
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324.5940
Soiling proporiy? Don't pay oil
nl pricos- C A a 736-1170, ____
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board.
any foos until K'» sold. For _
/IN FALLS
fro o inlormaiion a b o u t JEROME
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$68,000 SLEEP' Sonlor Clti2on Fodora
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ovoiding ilmoohaio ond
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lo c a te dI l nInp r o s l l g i o u B f o r th is n o w 15360
Twin Falls. Idaho, 63301
633
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w/tdrm 4& family
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f« co d , Pilcod to so lli ____
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,
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Iho National Fraud InlorC
CAU.
TOM U.OYD 543- TWIN
itic sprinklers, slovo,
baths, ^wilh
'IN FALLS - 3 bdrm. 1
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736-2541,
73t-4900,
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d , Plooso
IN FALLS - BY OWNOnly' $67,000,
$Q
Call Issy
$249 500 1
206-a76-1B31
hard shopper, ond ospo­
PUBUC SERVICE
a, Savo monoy. ExcelG ibbbs sa t 7 3 3 - 0 5 0 6 .
loavomsg. TWIN F^L L S. $144.
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h o m o ia im m accuuio
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n so , 6 rocoivo paymonl until sixsix
423-6489
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S76.500,324-3232
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16-3733 loavo msg,
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7-3915.
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h o m o w /oddlllon. G aJ o l 3 lots- Quiot Country
Job starts in Aug. EEO/,
STATE REALTY.
gP/AA tor. 1-800-876-7060. 0^f. IN'
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lily room with wood TWIN FALLS
734-0400
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7 3 3 - 5 3 W6
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mi„ 2 bath homo, CusTwin! F^or info. Call.
TECHNICIAN
foncod, 570,900
!
homos No
n o n o y d o w n , __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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r . ' ond lols of slorogo,
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d a t only $77,900.
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324-5940
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Mossor.Appli208-734-8727
COZY COTTAGE. 2 bdrm. ! (Broker
(Bi
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N FALLS - Ona Weak smith lor;
for your prtvaio lour.
TWINFALLS
11
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strong eioctronic back|
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■ly $ 1 3 4 ,9 0 0 E x c .
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c o n t r a c l s . C ro B tlv e
oxp. also nocossary.
n p o r a r y 4 b d rm ., 3
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1535 F alls A v e. W .
M th , living roo m ,
Mrm. t bath
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ply at Longviow Fibor
or C'
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:h, sunroof, 2 car gobath.
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Inkier system. RV pad. TWIN FAL
dining area. 324-4581 ovo
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b a lh In
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WELDERS
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wind^
id o w s . B la z e King 3 bdmis.
3.22 baths totally ro- Ali ihls for3r01o n ly $ 8 1 ,5 0 0 ,
By o w n e r : 1 9 92 .. I1.46 JCns, 4-S DR. 3 BA. formal dinin
noodod. Idaho Equlpmo
pment
W o S a y 'Y E S ’
dinins,
bai
both, garage, partial bososlovo.
^0. storago shod, largo
modolod
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n o 1w lll n o t l a s t
b f c jk f « i n o o k , huRc
hui family rtxw, computcr/olficc roor
a Shoot Motal, 436-495
•4950. On REAL ESTATE Loans
m o n t. s l i s on 3 l o l s .
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lot, oxc, noighborhood noco one
and waior hoaior.
long. Call Wi:
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n a h c o i w t o wIIl jair. spiinlclod lawn & pauuru, circic
It lakes orty mlnuui to plac
S59,900. Coli 733-0374
01 1156
11« Monaco Sl, Do- G ro a t sii
drii
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sta
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or
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privale
showii
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or Como soi
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o n d views. 2 bdrm, IV.
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racier of Ihls home.
7 3 4( 4 - 1 9 9 1
BURLEY - BoauiKul i yr,
bat s, front porch, 2 car
bath
A m m iO N E M PW Y E“ R !J
7 3 l 3^ *^ 5; 3 3 6
nlly homo indudos a
1-300-454-2645
old 3 bdrm., 2 both, full
flor
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Call 678 8923_________
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217
HOME. Comploio lan d
gmlith 738-8770 for your
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1-600-USA-MONY
EMPLOYMENT
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h o m o p k g . S439 m o ,
pon
porsonal viewing. Or call
7*3
OAC, $56,934,360 mo at
thoo Real Esiaio Hotline
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735
735-1050CodO#2231,
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PUBUC SEHVtCe
I FALLS. Ratlramant
m onth Call Tho Homo
Sat. & Sun. 1-4
Coli 734-4333
Placo now 677-3668,
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garogo w/oponor. RV
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lomLlconsod j^^ihos'm ool
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ling, lireplaco. A/C, o w n e r r.
. /A u to m a tic s p r in k le r, c o v/ere
REALTY
parkin
e re d d e ck ,
motion is froo. Romom
HOME YOU NEED?
bor, no ono can promise
s. 3 bdmi. 2 bath, utll. G a r d e 9n
n Spot, f ire p la c e . N ic e n elghi
ig h b o rh o o d
S ta rt y o u r to u r o 1t 11680 Targhoe. This homo has ono
c
7 3 3 -5 3 3 6
mo of
Gol
MORE
homo
lor
your
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you a fodoral job. For (roc
w/sprinklors. loncod o n CUl-d{
th o m o s t u n i q u e0 Ifloor plans. 3 bedrooms, 2 bolhs
l-d e -sa c . $ 9 9 .0 0 0 . 7 3 5 - 1 2 1 3
lalhs,
Inlormaiion about fodora
.$100.500,736-9269,
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IMBERLY. 2.240 sq, ft,
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dining room, family room1 vrith
vrlll
downpayment, Comploio
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+ 1bdrm s, 3 bolhs, IlnI
jobs, caJI Caroor Amoiica
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kiichon,
financing if qualifiod,
i„ h .
Now 3 bdrm,
JOOO
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io h o d b sm t. Now ro o f T L /FALLS.
lhk w/3 c ar garago,
DoCoorgo Homo A/lianco. mrir
----PUBUC SERVICE
sprinkiors, paito, 423-5444
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1-600-343-2864
PUBUC SERVICE
lonanco froo oxtorior
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MESSAGE
oc, with oxcol, views.
MESSAGE
AUL - 3 bdrm,. all brick
DIVORCE
CAUSES
CUS. Logltlmato job placomoni
s. W. of Twin Falls,
^ jT w
lo m o , Al auction March
^
tiom Don’t pay for a promise, it's
TOM BUILT DOUBLE
524ih.
2 ^ Coll Hutch at AAA
1.900, Call 733-9166,
S A TT U R D A Y
firms that work lo filfspospe-y #^llooal for companies do-’
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;
Roady for
R R B p
chargo an opiront loo. For
promise you a loan and
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In
Ruporl.
2
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RUPE
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on
this
charmUPERT. 3 bdmi, 1 bath, your oil
froo Inlorm ation a bout
)out
osk you to pay lor it boocros.
Dock,
loncod
yard,
aiurr
.850 sq, ft, homo, 4
^
^
ilumlnum siding, fencod ‘f’O ’ -Savoiding omploymont sorsor­
fore thoy dolivor. For Iroo
’
and much moro. Uvod in
y<d.
d . INlco quiot location, ' tidrm,I- P
Fomlly rm. Appls.
f------ y“
wir f" \
C o z y 4 b o d r o o mm,, 2 bolh homo with ga s liroplaco.
vico scam a, writo to Iho
tho
Infoimailon' aboul ovoidonlySmos, MUSTSELL,
9K»71h.S48.000,436-4210
09'
linishod bsmi. Cov[
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TilsIn g a d v o n c o loo loon
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I.e..
scam s, wriio lo iho Fedor■
DUCEDII
736-9178
Roy
TWIN
VIN
FALLS
locailoi
Ion In Morningsldo
20580. or call tho Natlon:lon- a l T rodo Com m ission, .
EflBVto
Owri
School
I
ol Oist, Closo to park
' '
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oi Fraud information Con­
:on- Woshlngion, O.C.. 20580 ; ' Youll bo pl«a»anily luiprtjod
5ollor torms. U rge 2 or & shopf
jpping, Gtoat noighJH E S
T
at how easy II It lo placo a
»oll
lor. 1-000-876-7000.
or call tho NaUonal FraudI
STAHFT
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ra W sH
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:o u ld bo 3 bdim, brick boihooa
» d w/lots ol opporiON FtlTIHi
daislllad atJ. Ttia eoit l»
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tABETHBOOlfVAM TO TB0TT£«, 00D^SO
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One o( Iho nicost thin(n about
1/2 ocro in town, unity. $i$01,000,733-6067
lo»r...lho rosull* «jo hlflh. " Olomo,
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1-800-876-70C0
TRDTTtniOWimAnSUMIVISIOH. .
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13-3 5 4 l(B rian] or
Thar*daMl/iod.733.oti3i. W oo
USTWQAGEliT; DAN BEARD
torvBU.Can733^»31.
lock, garage, $79,500. 736-443
i430(Lynn),
PUBUC SERVICE
FOR
SALE
BY
BUILDER
1M
7
33741hAvo,E 736-1170
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TYPIST
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3 bdrm. Vaulted coillngs --------W
PC usors noodod- S45.000 Big prolils usually moan
many oxtras & upgrados -ryvifj
1
3 b o d r o o m , 2 b a lh
^ALLS-Amuslsool
■
lh,, largo living room, fomlly room with
b ig risk. Boloro you do
IIN FALLS
Incomo pctonilfli.
Quialcul-do-sac
g a s fir o p la c o . V autti
^
uttod ceilings and lots of opon spoco.
OCO.
LEASE WITH OPTION
“’.O' 3oautlfu11800 sq It
businoss wfth a compony.
Call l-eOO-513-4343,’
5106,900
1TO PURCHASE
^
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Ext. B-10467
731-5030 or 637-6313
Gioorgoous,
oor
__
tor Business Buroau, For
3 bdrm, oxr. Tl. 2 bath, spacious
n with solid oak cabH
fro o informaiion ab o u t GOODINQ
c
rulivo homo, N,E, area,
- Nico 2 bdmi, t
lully landscaped.
H
a v o id in g in v o stm o n t
/ood noofs, oak built ins,
balh homo, good location.
R rc
U STSEEII SlOOO/mo,
'o n w d3yyord with sprlnklor
■
scam s, wtiio to the Fodl u r n - k o y c o n d ilio n
YO U RH Oi
m. largo 3 c ar fin■
oroi Trodo Commission,
169,900, Call 736-1198
py®‘oni$S7.500-Ownor, 934-4766
gamgo. and many
tfM
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Washinglon. O.C.. 20560. S s extras.
;
$147,000,
tie s
d
or call Iho National Fraud G
GOODINQ 4 bdrm, 2 boih
INFALLS 2yrold,nico
Byapplo
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homointhocountryonS*
bdrm, 2 bath, gas heat
way. 734
1
1-800-876-7060,
S l^ .b o o ! no°a“ ”o«ni)5: f firo placo. AC. dock, * * * * * * *
nco SI 15,900- 734-0252
Call Susan at 934-4954
301
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IN FALLS 2200 sq ft
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93^5073
hom
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OPPORTUNITIES
imo
MORTGAGES
_
3t. 2 firoplacos, all oppls
ir* “
GOODINQ Cozy 1 bdrm
SSTO PO O LU R «
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PUBUC SERVICE
1, rm ,.2cargarogo/R V
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w/all appliances, ExcolMESSAGE
For controcts, moflgaoes.
1
tco l. cond. (will corry
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530,000, posFor froo information about
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208-734-8727
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por)$110,000.736-9269
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buying a businoss oppor­
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tunity Of fmnchiso without
doods. & mortgages. Call
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rm . 2 b a th . 2 docks.
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to
t lauIiluHy
t
736-t762torquoio3.
landscaped.
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tho Fodoral Trado Com­
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JBR l
CO Roducod-734-0545
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O.C.. 20580, or coll tho
National Froud Inlorma­
tion Contor. 1-000-8767060,_______________
propfom can load to 6 fiour
Incomo qufcKly S16.60
Ur
invaslmont roq.. Collf M
C haso nt 800-667-042
or aftor hrs S vAntia ot
80M26-2721 a x t 305
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“Om homo doing assom
lomtlin g or cloricai work'
jrk ?
S o n d S3 p lu s so il od
oddrossod stampod onvo
IVOlopo lo: NASH, P.0.63e0
380,
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your du:inod aS, ba tura
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H O U S E . S a t, 9 a m to
Cameo Mobilo Est.
#17. Call Russ lor Inlo.
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TWIN FALLS *734
A Tour Of G
State Realty!
2 Today’s Tour
Gems by Gem pST o » 1 2 9 , 9 0 0 .
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T H E T l M E S i J E W SS
CURRENTLY HAS;
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INDEPENDENT
PUBUC SERVICE
MESSAGE
JU N IO R ROUTE
c S c h o la ra h ip acam a can
AVAILABLE IN THE
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c u t In to y o u r c o llo g o
TWIN FA LLS AREA^
s a v i n g s . B o fo ro y o u
ROUTE 822
3rd Ave. E.
4lhAvo, E.
V ISIT!TdOAY...12-3PM
K T i STUART CAHAOA
spond S on a scholarship
soorch. do your homowork. For moro inlormaiion.
coniact tho Fodoral Trado
Commission al
http://www/ftc-oov
o r Sollio Moo at
http://wviw,8alNomao.com,
O r call tho National Fraud
I n r o r m a lio n C o n lo r.
1-600-876-7060.
I f y o u I lv o In th o Tw in.
Fallo a n a S aro Inlore o lo d In b o ln a a Indop o n d o n t J u n io r ra u lo*
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F o r d S tu d io . Childron
34d
through adults. Ooginnors
to ad v o n co d , Drawing,
w ator color, acrylic & oil.
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Call 320-4938,
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5 9 0 A doisok Ave.
T1w ih F a u s
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property,! year old. 2 4 3
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PAYMENT
5375/mo
J 8S5425/mo ind.
M A CR ES. S19,900
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. Pt/rnoum. Idaho
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WD D R Y E R
HAZELTON
3N Nico 1 bdrm,
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5235/mo
m o*5200dop.
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canyon
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1006 sq. f l ooch skie. 1 I
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pol! 5400 m o,*
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5250dop.63
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oil downtown locations, --------------------------------------324-395
2 bdrm. e x tra
1956 loavo msg.
JE R O M :E -2
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Call Lairy LatUn, Coldwoll BuRU
JRLEY- 3 bdrm.. 2 baih. r z -------nlco. no smoking,
smc
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$500 mo•. 324-3213,
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733-2365 or 423-4944.
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Oakwood Homes
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c 208-324-2341. CaaMBtaJ. .. .. the
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homo silos, 1. 3 , & 5 acro g
tor. pow or & tolophono
515
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locailoni 500 I
. cablo. Groat for manufacbath api
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Call 736-0042.
PR O PERTY
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New
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SubdMston.
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^BUSINESSocros with beautiful view s,
PAYMENT
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,son-al onfy S52.000. This
2^car olec. garago.
A iN D D R Y E R
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lourmol
kiichon, ofC:ALL
A L FOR APPT.
f iS a°un
5946 or 206-731-5959.
]profossionai offlco. small
O fflco 7 3 3 ^ 6 6 7
un porch. 5875/mo.
craft shcp/bakory/taiior O AIKWOOD
tO
HOMES D ls^uni
jnl avaii. 666-9840
Looking ler axtra vacallon J u a t L is te d . Excollont
{businoss. Now from tho
SHOSHOi
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monoy? Whyncl u 9 thoM
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wow of Rock Crook on 5
•324-1603,
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Sylvia734-3aii,
734-5858
rw*dop. 788-445&
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p
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BlowoutsII
&40 ACRES. G roat sugar
ALLS 3 bdrm. sin•WIN FALLS
P l ! ^ 6' 2 bdmi, 2 bath
boot, potato or dairy farm,
rogo. foncod yard.
Idoal
Localion
for
STK-NHS-30
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REALT/
529,900
5 6 5 0 +* 5 5 0 0 d o p . No
profossionai Wdg. 1,67
location, Two woils. curig. 734-5596
7
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3
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acre
parcol
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Falls
Avo.
- ZASS discount
: rently In CRP. $576,000, •
across from CSI.
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I - k a n a k a RAPIDS RANCH
f
R4/Profos3lonal
ovorlay
PLAN 9
• LER 7 3 3 -9 0 2 6 or 7 3 77-}mo. Excol aroa. 2
S 3 7 ,O O O P H IC E R E 425' frontage.
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s. 5800/mo * 5500
ocro is pricod consldorfFor Info. Call Marsha at
de°?.DIrlv
;i o b y 1230 N,
ably lower than compara1
TIMBERUNE REALTY
Ihon
cali 734-4504
ble lots in Kanaka Rapids
324-6940
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doiivory. 75 miles.
TW IN FA
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STATE REALTY. INC.
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sopticAdrainflold. Ownor t f
HOMES
b d rm ,,w
Walor & sowor pd,
517
L EEGACY
Gi
734-0400
will consider lotma, Roal- i ■
$300/mo.
10. Coil 735-2452.
_______ 324-6622
Im . CONDOMINIUMS
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9.2 ACRES good location
3n
Mossorsmith 733-9069,
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for a manufacturod homo.
DEN. noar hospital, golf
ath dbl.
dbl. wido, W/dry wall.
fenced yard.
ya Family room
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Elwooc
n d & Evons
i f l C D
farm ground. All this for
7 3 3 -5 3 3 6
f
34-1401
|H
irlso Cualom H om os
734
S 3 5 .0 0 0 , A sk S y l v ia
_____ f f
734-3811.
“ K IM B E R L Y -2'A a c r o s I I^ .^ O B I l i H O M E S
ALLS 2 b d rm , 1
noar canyoo. road, powor S ?
yoer>rtit>e our beai Use
baih, S4i
S400/mo. * 5200 C B
BELLEVUE 1975 N ashua
istHkid.733^iiai,
dop, 414
in. SI 9,500. Cali 42M 3 55
■4 7th Avo, E. Con
12x52-good cond. 53200.
14-8639
REALTY
Must
KIM BERLY COUNTRY
^ bo movod. 543-6324 T W IN
N FF A L L S .O P E N
^
" I
FAX
Y
^ OUR
I
S
SA
SMurdnMirc}i22.19S
1»7
JE R O M E ..1U b d r m a p t .
bdrm.
5350/mo
S
4 .-Can
'S 1 324-3161.
j p o n u c -j *
' & 3 bdrm. VA
w ashor/dryor
“
X . S
m o W o '.
324-2744.____________
K i u n p n i v7 “2
' b d rm , 1
' " , Z « W mVmo.
o All utilltincluded,
« Walt 7alt 734-0400
KtUaERLY 2bc
No smoklng/po
mo.*5200dop
J W S T Z ULSF C l e a n 2
bdrm. duplox.
ox. S400/mo
33-3742
No pets. 733-3
i i i l l i -------TWINFALLS5
Laurel 'ark
ParkApt*.
178 Maurtoe
S N„ TF
» St,
734-41ft
4195
e ^
r 'c ,
TWIN FALLS
nowor 2 bdrm. 2
appls- inc. NID
W/0 hook up,
SlOOmovelnal
In allow ance,
5500/mo +lop.
dop,733-2963
or734-6674
T t a m i m . M i F f e l idihe
Mio C-7
TWINFALLS* SSecure
*
TWIN FA L L S • 1 &
4 3 -4 ’
•Cloan«Ouiot'
et *
bdrm s.. p o ssib le ' Ida.
Idaho
Comparo • 733-0
W 740^
Housing. Call 733-707S
7076
1322 B n g t ^
------TWIN FALLS • 2 b d n
bdrm .
TWIN FALLS A6I 5450.
i
2 bath duplox. W/D
hoc
>hook2 b d rm s.. a p ppla.
ij W /D
up. gaa hoot. AC, range.
rang
rt, W ato r
d isp o sa l, dish w ajsshh o r .
S S " ' ' " ' " ' ' ’” '' '
garogo & poUo. No amokamc
ELWOOD & EV;
VANS
Tng or p o ts , 5 5 215/mo
5 /n '
I
*5350 dop, CaH 734-232
TWINFALLS
drm. 2
Best valuo In Twin. 1
rofrig,
bdrm,. 2 both co
*»“‘o'/»oniiallon SI yard
yai
^^140
Call 734-2616
'0/m o. * TWIN FALLS - 2 bdrm,.
rm,. 1
''" P - FR E E H E A
/ L TH
bath, * appls, 5485/mo.
'mo. *
pL U B MEMBER
•R S H IP
dop. Coll 735-^83.
INCLUDED. MO
lO V I N Q ______________________
ALLOWANCE 5150
51 o n TWIN FALLS - 2 bdrm,
drm,.
1ft mo. Cali 733-2
1-2983 or brick duplex, Nice Iocaloca
734-6674
. H o n . q u ie t, c o v o r o id
-------- ^___________
----------carport 232 N. Ostrand
randTWIN FALLS • 2 bdnn.
bC
1
or. 5600/m o. Coll 324324
both duplex. 5450
5 ^ 0 ♦
5410or733-5151.
S300 tJoP- Avail. Ap.
W IN F A L U . CSI iocaioca
----------lion, 2 bdrm. stovo/rofrig.
Bfrlg.,'
TWIN FALLS - 2 bd
bdrm. 2
W/D hookup, small foncoc
bath brick duplox< ot
a 333
bad« yard. Carpon. watoi
wator
Crostviow. No smc
moking.
/sanlt inciudod *500innw
w
I nooot8.$600. 7330-0838. THEMOMT
733-073*
0738
I
Sjj
LANDWATCH
B
JS C
THREE M ^
GEM
T H R E E M ""n
I
t
P O i H T f D tW iy
:NDABLEl
1
AFFC
ORDABLE! H
THREE M
7 3 3 -5 3 3 6
_
•B U S S . Lond Invostm ont
,[
' opportunity, 1 g ro u p of
>f
• undovolopod rosidontial
]l
,1
Idls & 1 com m orclal lol
• with building. Snako Rlvor
: rim vlow. Ploaso call 203: 36^6201 W20&-352-4297.
ACREAGE ok for manufocturod homos. 2 ocros
w ith w o ll a l r e a d y o n
p ro p e rty . Pricod rig h t
S 2 5 .0 0 0 , Call C arly n n
Noh 655-4268.
I THREE M
'■
I
I
REALTY
'U S E . S a t. 9 am to
ST]
BUHL
1991 A b o d ro o m ,
noon
a,
in, |Camoo Mobilo Est.
Brookfield,
doublo wido,
#17', Call
Ca Russ for Info.
n,
Cali ovonings 543-6719
q AKV
___
AKWOOD HOMES
BU
BUHL. 1972 Kit 24X 70', _______ ;733-7755
la
largo 3 bdmi. 2 bath wilh
■
c o v ered dock, S lo ra g o
I
building, wood slovo ond I ^ —
coolor.
oxcol, lot in Buhl
I I .
“pqrk.S21.500.326-5887.
I
GEM 1
' m a g ic v a lle y ii
r e a lty
«
m a g ic v a lle y ™
r e a lty
S!
I___^
d -----------------— -----------I
,,» ,c
JNFURNISHED
I
H O U SE S
BUHL. •• 22 bdrm ,, 1 bath,
0 , ro
Stovo,
r frig ,, w otor &
lawn caro
can Indudod. Avaii.
S425/mo ♦ 5100 dop
5/1.542S
Rols,.,«
roq
,U M .5 4 3 .9 M 9 .
rTTT— T
. - Mobile homo and
houso, 3617 N. 1400
500 a m onlh e ach .
E. 5500
’ O p oe n !H o u s e - 3 /2 9 7, Slop by to 600 In4/2J97.S
rosidoncos, Cali for
side rosii
moro■info.
inlo (562)943-3224.
Availablo
abio immodiaiolv
_____________ L _
2 bdrm mobiio homo
BUHL2bc
Mobiio
Estalos. no
Mo
54254- dop 543-8342
P0l3S42;
Driving sn
to Mlnnoa
inoapoiis aroa obout
April 4.
4. Con
C haul aboul 2
Xlib. Caii 736-3930.
HAQERM*
RMAN - 2 bdrm, 1
baih, got
gorago. ref, roqd.
} bdrm w/part bsmi or Ig,
$57S/mo
h io ^<Jo p . 764-2000
)t w/dty services fordblo --------------EN -- Nlco country
wMo
*Jo, Noogorrtsl735^1269 HANSEN
------------------------------h o m o 22 bdrm.,
bc
2 baih. All
E xoci
oculivo noods homo to
a p p ila
o n cco s fu rn ish o d .
l o3aoia o w ith 'o p tlo n to
$495/m
o. lo t. a l a s t . ;
mo.
urchose.CALL736-1170.
5150dop,
lop. Call 423^898,
l.Coonlral Idaho, rocontly
M ost unique h o m o fn S.C
r o m o d o lo d , 6 * s to o l rolnI<
iln lo rc o d c o n cro lo a n d
cinder block c o n stru ctio n1.. U nique hot wator h o a t
4 .8 7 a c r o s , 5 ,0 7 w alo r
& b a c k u p w o o d s to v o . 4.8*
JIngs, h o o to d workshop.
sh o ro s, pa slu ro , outbuilding
lit a re n a , m aiuro (ruil &
Irrigation pipo, c o rra ls, lil
a h a d e tr o o s . P h o t o - v o'olit,ta l c p o w o r s y s to m
o v a i l a b l o . G r o a t v lo□w,
w , lo c a ti o n , .m o r o l
S aL & S u n , M a rc h 22
22 S& 2 3 , 1 2 - 5 P.M.
IM
'
1485 E a s t 4 4 5 0 N or
orth, B u h l. ID.
I ] ■
H
A L L S C Io a n 3
a/OQo. foncod yrd.
5500 d o p . No
I . Call 734. 5596
fM
e h
E M
fiM
c
l
. S Tilly room & den.
Slslrict 5850/rno206-316-3205.
- ’" ’I” * . =
3
|
S
T W IN FAL
iVLLS. B r i c k s
imily room, appls.
d r a p o s . E x cep tio n ally
cloan! Nice
Ico aroai Fonced
Vd. No ssm
a o k in g /p o ts,
D,*dop, L o aso.
S575/mo,<
-5542.733-4467,
fo's- 733-55
tv» | n
LLS. For ront 2
^^fond now,
IW, 2,000 sq, ft.
homos. Eac
lach has 3 bdmi,
2 b o th , 2 c<ar o v o rsiz o
fiarago.NE
IE location. Must
sooi 5875/ir
3/mo. 731-1736.
LS. Opon houso.
11 lo 1 S aIt.t,,3-22 (2) bdrm.
newly rodoc
locoroiod. largo
ioi on oulsi
ilskirts of lown.
Stove, rolrin.
ria. W/D hookup,
5500/mo. Call
Cl 734-0228,
go studio a p t.
urnishod. Ulll.
^wk * 550/dop.
or 825-5354
11 , 6 9 6
I
■
f|
H
tP A B L E I^W ^
f t
>
E S
b f l
P f l
h f l
V-65Pc
Powor wilh Aulom alic, AM/FM/<
M /C D , A ir, Chronw Whoeli, Corg
irgo Conv. Not, Morel
W AS
b f l
$ 2 99, 1, 0 1 6 .......................................
......................
_____________Stock #65051 (whih
ivhito)
F ^ f ll^ B
n o w ® 2 4 1, , 9 9 9 *
C flM ^ H
b f l
Mm
P f l
M f
iFFORDABILin
i f l
M B u rr^ B E
1
1
^
^
Room;
omy 4 Door w ith Aufomofic, Air,
ir, /AAA/FM CasM lte, Power Wincfe
idoNvs, Locks, Morol
W M
l l
•D ea le r refainj oli incentive
N O W ^
M fl
S•' O L D
S tock # 6 4 0 3 4 [rvby
n d ) •D oolertjjfains all incentrv«
jy re
lives.
^
-
| f l
| |
H
K
KIMBERLY £
Studio
opt. S22S/mi
'mo. pari utils,
all appls. Cail
LLS 1 b d rm .
opL N oarCSi.
Ticking. 5275/.
Caii 733-1804
g l,t i ^ £ O I W
W TB
P P £ D .,l
f= U
E f l
LS Nico clean
;;nil for rent. All C i f l
'd, indudos calh HBO & local ( f l
-vice. Monthly c f l
lngoi5600/mo. E f l
info., call 733- E f l
'or Sholly. .
h f l
•S Ploasant 2
0, share bath.
>d In cl. u t n .
:all 730-4819.
H fl
b f l
f f l
LS. Ib d rm .
M
ipt. for a quiet
I smoking, no
Vii Ulils. Turn.
!00-733-267Z
F ^ i
M B
5.2bdm js.for
}. W/D. .<991!/
990.733-5978 ^
Room>
>my 4 D oor w ilh
YVAS
A M /M
utilltlos poid,
I
|f l K
1 4 ,, 9 9 9 ‘ I I
Slock # 6 4 0 1 7 (emerald
b
lid blue)
•D oole rrefo insoll incenth
-itivos.
0
I
I S V
| f l | |
All pnces
ices plus tax, Hilo & $ 6 9 .0 0 Dealer
olor DocurT>entation Fee. All unihJ su t b j e d t o p ^ ^ ^ f l B |
1 ]
I
K
i
I
^
Couette,
ette. A ir, Pow er W indow j, Locks, M
t irrors & Morel
$ 1 8 .7
! /1 1 8 ...........................................
............NOW*
| ^ H
^
'BUDOETiM
^
^£1
TW IN FALL
S
b o P Y 11
1 4 , 3 1 8 .....................................
..............NCW*1
B H
P^H
W ENDEU■--1 bdrm houso
w ith a tloichod
ci
g o ra g o .
$275 mo ♦* Sl00dop.&
$
til
J2 £ 2 H _
“J®' lokonS hldosway
rays dreamed of. U f l
S l e ^ ' J uS aid i In the red C f l
jrrmoldossined F f l
_
fl
&
603
I n
I f u r n i sSHED
h
A PT S /
L ifl
IPLEXES
p f l
I
DUPI
ESISTO
J
^ ^ ^ r f y 5 S p e e d wilh Air, A M/F
/F^
M Cotjcffo, Roomy Notch a n d[ hMuch, Much Morel
W AS
< 1 .^
____________ Stock #6 4 0 3 2 Mizlec
e. red) *DeQler refoint oil inconf
mtrves.
T W IN FAILLS.
U 3 bdrm, 2
:e ovor payments.
bath.lakec
SSOO dov
ow n, $ 2 8 8 p o r
3AC. 733-2224.
month. OA'
t v / i n c aLLS.
i 1 4 bdrm, 2'/i
2 room khchon75/mo* dop.
<23-5550
i
9
34-4334
I TWIN FALL
LLS. Counlry 4*
bdmis, 3 Ibaths, g arage,
S925»dop,
)p. Cali 733-4805.
T w m F,
F A L L S . 2 b d rm ,
so everything turn.
ind. linens
linoi & dishos, now
lol Ihroughout.
utlls.
carpol
ll
Pd ‘nci,
nci, cablo TV. 1816
SlzaboU
iboth 5595/mo,* 5300
Clop, 324
32^.5419/733-515,
.EY 2 b d rm , nlco
. 5350/m o * 5300
SSp Call 677-3636
M
^
:oal Estato
II
lilJ lll
*J555
■
601
■
FURNISHED
HOUSES
P M
u S
h S
p f l
DERMERE
E:
BUHL Snako Rlvor Con-’
I.
•7 3 3 -5 3 3 6
-2
yon Lol. Q ro a t viow &
•
-------------------------------------BUBUYING OR SELLING o
.localion. B oclridtycn loLt KIMBERLY
t
Schools, 1+
m.a n u fo c iu ro d /m o b llo
m
Approx. 1.4 ac, Excol. buyy ocro s noar Snako Rivor
bo
bomo?
Wo ollor financing?
:
at 533,500, Com or Cloor/
Canyon, quiol &sodudod.
C
Green
Tree Rnanciai
■; Lokos R o a d & C h o s s -.
Nowmonufacturodhomos
1 -6 0 0 ^1 .1 9 0 4
• m o ro D r. N o a r C l e a rr ok,S12,000.Sunrl3oCus—
= lL E R - 7 2 2 b d m i..tb o th .
• . Lakos Country O ub& K a-. tom Homos-423-6489.
S3200,
Cali 3 26-6644.
: - n o k a R a p id s R a n c h ,• iiWhen you adnnbe ki dauSns;
Plooso can 206-543-9223,
Red, indude the price of tho ----n«m youte t4llno for bett JE
F
lEROM
E N a s h u a '9 4
, No rtisinr how you spend
Oc
Doublo
wido. 3 bdrm. 2
your days. cJsstllled flit _ w«un»._______________
baih, AC. dock, front &
;
your busy schedule. Put PAUL
p
532,600. 12 ocros
• ; claiilMed's timo-saving
back.
Slorm w indow s.
locatod In Paul with 12
5°
directory of goods and sor$37,000,
324-2852
waior rights. Boautllul lo: • vlccsbworti lor you today.
,
cation wilh gtoal country p>AUL
ai
14x66 Flootw ood
. living. To soo CALL o 7
W/21X7,'84.
Boauliful, up• . BUILDINQ A H 0U E 7
,
ANN
00M A N A T 678dal 517.500/438-8026
dalod
; -A c h o n c o to liv o in th e I 7949. #9700221.
-----' orlm o d o v o lo p m o n t of
A M ARACK'7 3 14x70,
; ' Moadowrldgo Subdivision
fro m k itch en , 3 b d rm ,
■ In NE Twin Falls. Pricod
S6.995.
. at only $33,900. Call Dob­
10% Down on O A C ,
bio Doniols for moro do­
STATE REALTY. INC,
• 2200 Olhors in Slod(
talls 734-4W4. //DD-928,
■ BROCKMAN'S
734-0400
1-800-31M687
SHOSHONE, NW. lor oalo (Aao
by ownor. Low down with
finandng, 20 acros. Call '•'Wli
WIN FALLS 1978 Q urdon. 14x66', 3 bdmi. bath
766-6129.
dor
------------------------1
ond
and hall, shod and porch,
7 3 4 -1 9 9 1
TWIN FA L L S (NE) 4 0
$12
512,500. Cali 637-4504,
ocros,
2 ml from dty limits,---------- ----------CANYON RIH ACREAQE
°
WIN FALLS. Primo loca31 a e r o s o l c a n y o n rim
*Sodudodi Troos. canyon TWl^
:ion, oxcoi. cond. Older
vlow.
S6,000/acro. C ali
tion
' property with pasture and
,
T io bilo home, 2 bdrm. 1.
oroat viow s. 5 3 7 2 ,0 0 0 . _1734-9428 or 734-6033.
------------------------ ----------b all >ath. nowappia. & carpoL
Call J. Francis Fioronco tu
TWIN F A L U • 2,5 a c re s
$12
g12,000/oflor. 423-6780
for moro dotalls 734-7486,
li
MoandorPoiniw/lrrig.wo■ «FF-915.
tor.lormsoviiil,733-9168.
$5S$
$!
C A SH $ S $
r t/S 5 D Mobile H o m o s
TWIN FALLS 1.2 ocros In
1976orNoworI
prestigious NE subdivbi1^ -8 0 0 -7 7 3 -3 1 6 7
on, Prtmo cui-do-sac lol,
-------- roady lo build on. Only
------------------------------1
7 3 4 -1 9 9 1
?
512,000.
Call 733-4819.
4
REAL ESTATE
WANTED
4 : V J . y , 'i J i
L
I
TWINFAU
H i
4 9 5 G ardr
dnor. 2 bdrm . 1
bath home
mo, 5465/mo plus
deposit. AvaJiabio
A<
April 1.
Call Stovo
Sic Hallows
TlRw^Mm, Tirin
W n F»D», W*ho
Siturdtj; Mareh
;h 222.1997
TWIN FALLS Nooil
loojly now TWIN FALLS. 2 bdrrr
CATTLE-ARMOURBUY- CA'
in country ooning,
3
JATTLE . Quality Red An- CATTl
ig, 3bdrm.
bolh, nowly construc
rT LE Limousin bulls, c a t t i p
INQ STATIONS - Buying
gu Bulls. Yoarling A 2 yr.
•L
E . lO O h o a d o f CATTLE.Cro!
2 bam garoQotvnn
gus
Top
gi
wflh oponcomplex • ($150 mov
f
COHM ERCrAL
Bluo Roan,T
pgonelics.oaloan,low
gyo*
p a ir s , black, 100
Pk)asocaJI2i
siaughlor cows ond bulls
oli R easonably pricod.
or. noor MorninQsld
old.
birth
v Excol. food con" , r , f . r = , r iro.
o , r B roke,igskJoand
a lfo w a n c s) oppllani
iances |
PR O PE R T Y
th wt.
oi cows, Wack, 225
^
J
opon daily. Call 324-3099.
Ct
0'ij)ary School.. $625
$C: mo
CalllollfrooS88-2400162,
vorsio
incl. W /0 hookups J
■Jtlo, * 1200.
rsion, very roasonablo,
K«arfof brod
l,
Cftws, mlxod CATTLE. Pun
plus dop.. 1 yoar
I
TWIN FALLS
------------------^--------------Call 21
» -3 2 & -4 4 9 7 .;
Jflf loaso.
valo locationl 5475.00
. Call 208-734 5265.
Skulls. 1 4
2 yoarling Brah- CA
Coll 733-0139 ovos
ovo and
Whal Slzo Do You Nood?7 CATTLE
'
month. 5475.00 dop.
: a TTLE - WANTED Hoi- ______
'
Ploaso call 2(
ma bulls. Coll 736-9397
sti
wookonds
Havo a variety of sizos
stoln opon, brod & Spring- CATTL
________
Veeh Property
5 5 ^ 5 k Q , l . . on
n PPalomind
,
HTLE Polled Bulls, comrnvrn
lalo ovos or loavo a msg.
or Hoifors, AJso a hord of
,
and locations.
or
ingI 2 yr. old. Why brood
p O M C im iN Q
CATTLE. Purt
jrobrodhomod
a t stud, Ooc: Bai
Bar & Loo
TWIN F A U S Pfio,
)
Coll
Slovo
Hallows
^
pork
lamb,
ote.
Horolord
bul;
milking
cows.
324-2250
horns
t S w S t ’S
>ulls, 1 4 2 >T.
brod. Coll 206.73(
J .7 3 8 - 5 9 2 1 ,;
msathoncutlhom off?
V io w T o w r th o u
CATTLE
erefo rd bulls, —
Vng tdolM e/yovac
©Ids. Call 20£
--------------------------------Elba,
>06-324-4135..________________
)0, IID (200)638-5551
—
WINDERMERE
' hornod. H
S420/mo. 2 bdrm,
m, 1I both. TWIN FALLS. 2 bdrm
___________
p#p#f
wrapped!
rogistorod.
fully
CA‘
1
Rool Estato
lATTLE Quollty Holsloln ---------r - - — ---------- H O RSES 20-X20
•*20' horso’
ran g o . roftig. Includod
Incl
b a t h . W /D h o o h u
Quarantoed. 326-5034
He
S p e c ia l to
H O R S E p<
hoifors, (14) 450-600 lbs., CATTl
W/D hookup, small
y
TT L E . Black A ngus
:.n ( ^ :
7 3 4 -4 3 3 4
.
i^lyardft
5450/mo. dop.324.1H
S l.O O /p o r ib , (12) IG
bulls,
c hh 3 1 , 1 9 9 7
lis. Using lop AI sifos,
M arrc
storagod shod. No pots.
CATTLE Holsloln springers wo
” 32^-3725
table) 734-S1S3
wooks. S285/hoad, (0) 10
EPD's
>C p o r p o u n d )
_^^soo, c a iia
'D'o avariabio, Somon
(S-25C
>ntacl;
TW IN FA L L S . EXTf
no smoking. Conliu
closo up. Will trodo opon wo
weeks, S255/hoad. Coll
lo sIlo
lo d & roody lo g o . 2221 Addisi
940 or
NICE. lg. 2 bdrm. apt. fi
Adam 737-3940
Jdison Avo, E, Twin H O R SE Tillo
H olstoln h o ifo rs, Frod 32
Hand C ulling H O RSE S * PONI
STORAGE/
324-1407 attor 6 PM or MIcho
'ONIES for:
1939
W/D, stovo, rolrlg. rfw
D ' I
:h o ‘ A ngus, Emmott,
FallaofC
Walt 737-3939
o tc a ll3 S 4 - 7 $ S 7
u d d la , now
Kiooos, Call 543-8373,
wo
w paid $2400.
sttlo. Also Ponlos
wookonds anvtimo,
Idaho,
l lo s ia t stu d ,*
I WAREHOUSE RENTAL
ho, 208365-7399.
o r 5 3f ^S1-73 3 l . m obilo. I Son $800.54:
'
disposal, oil stroot pa
543-2441
Ptoaso cad 208.73<
8 .7 3 6 .S 8 2 J ,.
TWIN FALLS IrgJ 2 Ibdrm,
ing, no pots, $475/mo
TWIN FALLS Available
townhouso. $4S0/m
iO/mo. No
dop, 734-5701 altor 4:C
immodialoly, 2700 sq, ft,
'
pols. Cnil 734-4120
120
insulated, hoatod woro*
■TWIN FALLS. Lg. 3 hrtmi
bdr
■ TWIN FALLS • Comfort.
Cmr
f’o u s o lo c o lo d In C -2
duplox. full bsmt. 2 baths’
ball
, flblo, alfordabloI 22 bdim.
t
.dnn
z o n o . C o n t a c t W alt
No pols. 5650/mo,.dc
^ Small privacy yord,
. ; i 20: ^3^-3939
ord, lifoPlensocall208-734-41J
‘ pinco. AC. nppllar
’l i a n c o s , -------------------------------TWIN FALLS Many slzo
rj W/D hook-up, carport.
cai|
TWIN FALLS. Pnoasa
I , lu
u n its avoilablo, Socuro
J w nior/sanll./lQ w
n caro
wn
Run-2 bdrm, 2 bath,
iinhQ.
Oo’od o cco ss, ro sid o n l
J includod. $465 moni
lonth
boigo carpoiing through
jr - .managors. Magic Valley
j TXEMOMT
733-^
?33-0739
ut. W /0 6 walk-in close:
S l o f a g e (behind Shllo
■---------- A m ust sool 5550 por m ir'mn
TWIN F A L L S -LLnroo
n ri
Inn) Call 7364053.
2
KEYSTONE PROPERT
I bdrm daylight bason
womont. 735^483 Cr1-ef38.788-e5< TWN FALLS
; W/0 hook-up. V. ball
balh, o t l _____________________
1 ^ ,2 Foncod RV-Trailor Slorogo
s tr o o t p a rk in gJ., q u io t
T W IN F A L L S . O ulol
neighborhood. Somo
■orod Hoatod RV Slorogo Closoln
omo utilb d rm . A ppls., covorc
lilos Ind. $425 moni
l-lastHnllows
nonth
parking. 5475mo.lst'la:
THEMGMT
733-(
'33-0730
dop. No pots. 733-2523.
>23
WINDERMERE
-----Rool Estoto
TWIN FALLS ■ Only
)nly two TWIN FALLS. Townhousi
7 3 4 -4 3 3 4
y o o r s o ld . U p sia
3 lal lr s 2
clo an , quiot. Avail, 4bdrm, lull bath. W/D
h
'/DhookWotor & garbage pd.
Yi
I. Yd.
up, appliancos. AC. wawork done. S445/month
=nth.- I
611
;
lor/sanitQiion/lawn
<
wn caro
Ploaso call 208-543-404'
W
9
.
I
FA
R
M S FOR R E ffT |
j
includod. $475 montf
o n t h --------------------------------THEMGMT
733^
33^739 t w in FALLS. Vory julot
qulc b e e t g r o u n d • NE of «
---------small 2 bdrm, doposit, ni
'•
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in
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,
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d
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p
ivo
l
TWIN FALLS ■Roady
ady 4/ 1.
poto- C all boforo 5 pr
irrlgallon. 686-2663.
2 b d rm ,. i both,, townlo'
and loavo msg, 733-3G6S
houso wAVD hookup.
kup. No ------------------------ —-----GOOOINQ Potato ground
pots, no smoking., 5450/54:
"nVIN FALLS.2 bd/m, opop
for ront w/pivots/soiid soL li
mo. Wator pd. 733-ec
3'8676
P’=. OW. W/D hookup
---------foncod, carpon, storago
T o : ______
TWIN FALLS • Vory
fy 'Q. 4
AC, S425 .dop. 735-113‘
1135 HAZELTON. 40 acros Poclean, 2 bdfm, l%t>at
r bath & -------------------------------------lo l o o r B o o l g r o u n d .
sunroom. w/oorago,
I
SO, lots
J
^ 7 ^ ------------Ploaso call 206-829-5123,
ol storago. Water, san
R O O M S FOR REKT
tion. yd. caro provid
'iT
SH O SH O N E • 120 a e ro
P o t on app ro v a l. Ni
^
farm for loaso, Amorican 1
JE
R
O
M
E
Holiday
Motol.
court h o u so . SS50/n
Falls woior, houso avail. •
flomodolodroomi.Somo
• C a p t a i n 's C hloa i r s - A M / F M / C D
Jmo
(208)322.1050.
IsVlosl. No smoking 7:
'y
kitchonottos,
S375/mo
oi
1067 or 734-53B0.
*T V a n d V id e o P la y e rs
_____
S100/wk. Call 324-2361.
>1.
WANTED to ront or buy: m
_______S S
TWINFALLS147S575/I
■—
boot ocros/sharos. 495- H
* A ir C o
o in d i l l o n i n g
TWINFALLS
MOTEL3
Now 2 bdrm . AM app
2636 or 250-2636/mobllO,
3
•
V
o
r
t
e c P o w e rr a( n d P e r f o r m o n c e
JPP'SW
inter
Rato*
$100/Wk.
Gas liroplaco, AC. Woi
w 'r
C °“ ^ - 5 6 3 0
Sanitation pd. Noarr pai
P r i c e s S t a r t i nn tg A s L o w A s . . .
—
i
612
1 ‘13
S150. o n is i m o .r efcntll
nt
TWIN FALLS Quiel motol
)tol. I PASTURES FOR RENT
ELWOOO & EVANS
INS
S85/wk, $375/mo. incl.mi.
mi.
f
734-1401 _____
crowavo & rofr<g.736-19aB.
I8S. GRAZING SHARES (200)
I
—• for salo. Run In ono fiold
*
TWIN FAI t S
■
TWIN FALLS - Incs utils.
Ills.
tjy yoursolf. Now corral, :
2 bdrm T ow nhouse,'.S440
J4S 1 7 5 /S 2 0 0 m o. sh ifo
o ro good wator, 537-6923
:•
3 bdrm Tow nhouso,'.$495
$4!
k itc h en & bath, privato
oto
,, ____ __n
* * * * * * * * * * * ****.*
oniranco, 733.l4t6.
1 bedroom , $33S
— I
613
1 I
a
TH E L U X U ^
2 bodroom, S440
10
TWIN FALLS MOTEL
I PA S T U R E W AtfTED
Movo in spoclal '/>month
mon
A m U L Y A W E S C
R o o m o by th o d a y Of
<OME C A R I
OS. WANT TO RENT pasturo i
R ont Froo, bright,. spa.
sp,
wook, Roasonablo ratos.
52
for 40 poirs, 536-2626,
<
cious & doan. woll mail
main. Ideal for 1-2pooplo. 2152
tainod, som o w/smallII yard
yai
Kimborly Rd. 733-8620,
& storago, Som o w/W
«/W 0 V
■■■■ WANTED pasturo for 200- i
400 hoad or moro cattlo. r
h o o k u p s . F r io nnddlly
I
606 ” 1
Call 430.5234,_________ j
, oimosphoro. No pots.
^ ^ O B IL ^ IO M E ^
*Call 734-eeOO*
:------ RLER 2 bdrm on largo lot.
31. i
614
I j
TWIN FALLS AB, S40(
>400,
wotor, sowor & oan, fum.
-n. I W ANTED TO R E N T E S l
Lorgo 1 bodroom. Hoat.
Hoa
No pots. S425/mo 4S250
SO
n s
water & cablo paid.
Senior looking for a 12x70
dop. Coll 208-326-3659.
ELWOOD & EVANS
—
traiior or 2 bdrm homo in t S
fi-Wo); Powor Drlvor's Scoi,
w l h ^ p o o k c r Coox Sound, Key
ol, Romofo Koylojj Enlry, AM/FW
'F M /C O w i> h |l
. ,
734-1401
QOODING cloan tilr homo,
0, tho country, w/733 profix. h U | f l
Slooring W fiocl Controlj,
», 116* Alum. w hoc!i,A ir, M ore..
o...Allwi,h ■ ■
J
------bdrm, S300/mo *5200
X)
Roosonabto ronl. Call
U9f l
Series U V-6
•6 Power a n d Pcrfermorxrcl
- >
dop. Coll 934-4827 ovos.9.
733-2352 after 6pm,
b fl
I '^ s a :
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6?0
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SW A S^'
HAQERMAN - (2) 14X70
'0 W a n to d to lo o s o b o o t c f l
$23,105 .......................... no
TWIN FALLS Manager:
gors
mobilo homos at Spons.
s.
ocros, Call200-887-1215, I M
S p o e ia l Now 1 , 2!&
a :3
m a n sR iv o rR o s o rt.
B D B B D S lD n in D H ^ flU
''
Classiilod . . . tor poople B H
bdrm a p is. Only S38G
■386.
S370/mo. oach. Includes
,
eveiyvrherol7X-0a3t,
c
f
l
5460,5 5529. UptoS30(
5300
spaco fOfiL Call 837.6202.
o » movo in c osts wher
vhen
'
IOSO KIMBERLY. 2 bdrm, singlo
you ro n t o n o o l those
0 i
616
I H
,pl3,.
w ld o , 2 c a r g a r a g o ,
nowly consuucted apts.,
n
figo
S375/mo,*dop, No pots, | r o o m u w e s w a k t c o
loadod with now rango,
Ploaso call 734-5518, JEROME- Fom alo room- } ■
rolfig. dishw asho r, AC,
AC,
disposal, covorod porkm a to , n o s m o k in g o r I H |
T
O
H
N
F
A
U
J
M.IUK
ini). 3 playgrounds and
drinking. In now hom o, c S I
loro
C lo an & q u io t counlry
MOflEI. W hy pay moro
5350 mo. CAII 324-4911. C B I
living,' 2 bdrm. most utils'
when you can get tno hort
bost
C®l} No pota. Coll 733-8234
lor loss. (No pels). Coll
KIMBERLY 2 roommalos M I
NOWI
noodod to share 3 bdrni f f W I
TWIN FA LLS. 2 bdrm. 1‘
734-1600
h o u s o , 5 1 5 0 /m o . s p lit r V ]
bath Including park ront.
ulilitlos. Call 423-5287
w o to r, s o w o r & tro sh ,•
>
S385/m o, plus doposit. K I M B E R L Y F o m a l o E 9
___
Ask for Stovo Hollows.
proforrod. Split renL'^ util u S
TWIN FALLS Excopllonol
>nai
WINDERMERE
423-6949 aftor Spm,
UH
2 bdrm. DW. rofiig, rango,
’OO.
Roal Estato
:
# 0 8 9 8 5 -0 , Axi, 2 Door, W
W ilh Aufomolic,
ff090
disposal, privato util. rm.
Roommato wantod to shoro r f l
)9 0 0 7 -0 , Sharp 4xA, Loollier Infer
" te n o r,
7 3 4 -4 3 3 4
licol
w/ W/D hook-ups, AC. t
o x p o n so s in my hom o,
Automolic...Nico!
or 2 porsons. no smok­
Molo or femaio. No drugs M l WAS
TWIN
FALLS.
2
bdrm.
moI 9 0 0
WAS
in g /p o ts , S4SO /m onth
523,995 ...........^ 2 1
bilo homo for ront. S350 . or wild partlos. 733 3012,
$
2
3
,
9
9
'
Ploaso call 206-734-6360,
por mo,«S150 dop. Rofs, TWINFALLS.
1
Sharo homo
Ploaso call 208-734-2B94,
TWIN FALLS
wilh othor singlos, n o a r f r S ?
Exceptional, nowor 2 story,
CSi, S300/mo, 735-8335,
5fy, ^
2 b d rm , 1'^ b a th , gla
as f
607
;
TWIN
FALLS.
l 9 f
forcod air hoal. AC, pri­
Pfl- I
O FRCE &
‘
foommato. S200/mo + % k f l L
v a i o y a r d , g a r o g MO
o,
RETA JL SPA CE
utU. No drugs, 733-0973
l 4 |
S575/mo ♦ doposit, NO I
..: ^ 2 X
i S
•
1 9 9 6 GA
'MC
JIMMY SI
SLS
^
1 9 9 5 ISUZU
RODEO LS
i9 9
•
PETS! Call Stovo Hallows.
•vs. QOODINQ (2) 1,000 sq, ft.
of nowly romodolod olfic.
WINDERMERE
os or rotall ovail. For moro
Poal Estalo
Info. 934-5951.934-4003
1 9 9 4 HYUN
ELANTRA
A
#09108-l,Automalk
llie Air,
^
G ro o l G o j Miloofl
ogol
I
WAS
|I _ _ u v ^ | 0 2 < _ J u l S7995
S
.....................
■
HORSE
H(
AAA Customor Ratod
Feotherllte
WINDERMERE
TW IN F A L L S N o w o r 2^
Foatherlile Sti.
M E
Roal Estato
Trails W ett
bdrm. 4-plox, oxtra nlco
'4“
7 3 4 -4 3 3 4
iHorse & S tock Trailers n B
SSOO ♦do p o stt Coll 734, 0427 for InformaUon.
Gary's Wosiland Motora
_ TWIN F A L L S W o slo rn 7a733-1623,1-800-333-2219 r f l j b
01 Pro p o rty M a nagom ont —
TW IN F A L L S . 2 bdrm
:l
has offico spoco available.
330 HORSESHOEING
[lira
I tow n h o u so , np p is Incl,
3
Approx, 1500sq,fL .S600
Call 733-7095
M to
, : S450. 734-SC33. No pols.
p o r s q . f t. (m o d lllo d —
; r w i N F A L L S . 1 bdrm1.,
gross). Contact Charlotio ARENA'S. Ronl monthly, r J
Indoor
&
outdoor,
124staP
M
• bsmt. opt, w/all utils. No
lo Allon 01734-1754,
jh
Ils, Taking applications for c S
I smoking or pots. S375/m- •
7 TWIN
FALLS. Downtown,
m
managor.
Coll 537-6533. Q H
: O,*$200 doposiL736-3817,
i
# 0 S 6 9 3 .|,V -6 ,A o to m c .lic: ,j
, f r , Cruiso,
Main Avo, E. over 3000 —
Powor W indow s, loclu one
ind M jrro n I
"
,,
-T W IN FALLS. 2 bdrm. 11 »q. fL $900/rro. 734-9753 AUTHORIZEO
Trails W est Doolor
C fl V
r bo th furn, o p t. lo l mo, :
!; 'TWIN FA LLS. PROFES- Gary'oWoslIandMolors
G
^ froo w/1 yr. loaso, SSOO/1 9 v
SIO N A L O F F IC E S . 3 733-1B23Of1.Q00<m-22t9
733
X m o . S p a c io u s , now orf
suiios In a colonial stylo —
J bldg. No dogs. 734-90B8,
brick b ldg, ovoriooking CALF PENS. (63) woodon
: TWIN FALLS. 2 bdrm. 1l
tho conyon. Avail, 10-1- 3 3h o l o c a l l p o n o w i l h E V H
206-324-7465,
•• bolh, oppls. inci, W/0, No3
97. Loasos from S800 lo buckoto,
^
V poto, 733-0374,733-2441..
S1200 por mo. 733.0938. ^
CATTLE C hoad of choico i S H
St(
stoors,
450-550 Ibs. All E S ) 2
vttccinatod, .S5/1b. Call E M W l
i i
886-7025_____________ _H
*55
9 5 ^
1 9 9 3 PLYMC
VOYAGER S
% 9 5 .............^ 8
■ IMfiCffJUDAIKS
m s s fs o A L
A A
• aub/uiut A /M /nf 0»tJ»
itJ M r p ^ l/J c a iu l A.ipa '
■ • S x trtiM /fU runctnU r
• Central air eondUienlaf A
- • n r ip U e t A vauUKtetOint
6ffl Saratoga Drive
ttc te
Cihi m I m ■ ribr M l
f>f,s..... '
"5999
I
DODGE RAM 15
1500
LARAMIE SLT
:ATrLE tOOBIackAhgud 9 M
bu
bulls
w /proformonco &
EPD Info (208)466-9525. C B
1 9 9 0 GEO
CAT
:ATTLE 22cow/calfpolra,
•
Bpi
B pregnant cows. All Sim- L S
m oniol/H oroford c ro ss, h f l
543-4019 aftor 7pm.
M
VVj
WAS
BATTLE B la c k & ro d
pollod purobrod yoarling
& 2 yr o ld S lm m o rrto l
bulls. EPD s and porformanco on oil bulls. Coll
Bob Fosscoco Al 934-4827
[ 9
STORM GSI
fl
#09017-2.SliorpandS|
Sporty
S7W5 ..................... * 0
>! 9 9 9
1 9 9 2 ! 1GMC SIERRA
rON EX. CAB
3 / 4 Ti
# 7 3 0 1 2 - 1 ,Onh
Inly 2 4 ,6 4 8 Milo), Running
B o o d s, Bod
d iCops ond LJnor, AAorel
K08B12-;
2 - 2 , V - 8 Mognum, l / 2 Ton,Bod
lo d C o p s ,
Bodiinor, Nicol
^^995
95
.........^ 1 1 , 7 90w 0
S
WAS
m
# 0 9 0158-0,
58
Roomy 4 Door Sedan, All t
£Exhxis, Only 12,290 Milojl Ml th e
5
..... ‘> 1 4 , 6 9a
1 9 9 3 SUZUKI
’
SWIFT
s
Q
g
. 1996
BON
NNEVIUE
# 0 9 1 4 9 -0 , V - 6),, >
A i * ^ t i c , O nly 2 3 ,9 6 7
ei...LikoN owI
WAS
.
" 1 6 ,9 9 9
$18,995 ...........
1^
1 9 9 5 CHE\
EX. CAB
C
4X 4
'
# 7 2 00 33 9 - 1 , 2 Door wilh U w M ilos...
Econom ical ond Affordoblol
..........................
M 8 ,9 9 9
$20,495 ...........
1 9 9 6 PONTIAC
GRAND PRIX SE
'MwyApartmds J
'
Et^oy the relaxing; aatt m o s p h o r e ^ M j f M
of onr 1 &2 bedroom
S . . 3
apartment homes fea
f e a tn r in g ;
RA
ANGER XL
»73 2 2 0 -fl
>"0, Cloon o n d S h a rp ...
Nice Trudd
|g |
734-4334
TWINFALLS $f10-S400,
TWIN FALLS
Pr<mo kjcallon, 736^»22
UKE NEW, ONLY BETTER
2 bdrm unit with oxtra stor­
W- TWINFALLS
ago In nlco 4-pIox unitI t.•
Various Offico Spacos
5 4 5 0 ,0 0 p lu s S 450.00
00
Avalloblo from
doposil. (Two avalloblo
llo
200 to 1250 sq.fl.
so oct fast)
Kimborly Rood & Bluo
BRAWLEY REALTY
Lakos Blvd. locations
734-5a5a
CaJ/ S to w Hallows tor Into
i
,640-00. Prieo oFtor dijeoonh
m i, 52000 d i ^ or frodo equily.
Dectef Doeumenlotion Fee,
, 9 *
^ 4 9 9 >i
# 7 3 2 1 5 - ], l / 2 T c
5
" 1 8 ,4 9 9
^ ^ 9 9 5 ..! " «
>.00 Pooler DocumBiirgiioi> foo. Uni
Units iu b |e d t o p r i T t d o ^ ^ ^ B
:
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;
Srturdij; March 2 Z^1997
1
★ H O R S E S A L_EE:*
HORSE. 5 yr, old Sorrol1filfil­ BALER 4900 Hosston, bin
ly.
broko, S900. Will
kviil
balor w/ouro lubo w/occuc onsider trado for oldor
dor
mulaior, 4800 bolo; 0400
goldlng. Call 324-5393.
H o s s to n B w a lh tr. 16'
~
hoador, 2100 his; 0730
h o r s e . AQHA. Rog, Day
“ y. Ford trac to r. 2440 hrs.,
moro. Saddio horso. InM W D duals, weights, ra...
lormodlolo rIdor, S1800,
SoJo Starts 0p,M .Fric)i
d or; 7 1 2 0 Ooolz/A III».
March 28th " “ “V _ Ploaso can 208-324-0456.
1 2 2 H P , MFWD, 4 0 1 5
Tack Sfilo P rst
hrs, w/Farmhand, quick
'
HORSES ■ Biooaiio .lo' ci
«
attach loader, 8' buckot.
Polnl colls, black color,
R«malnlnfl H o rw Salt
0;.
big balo atlachmont; 8827
top AQHA bloodlinos. out­
Schtdulo 1997
Allon rake, dual whoois, 3
s ta n d in g p o rtorrnanco
April 25th
CO spool; Caso IH 5700 chtean d roping ability. Also
May 30th
90
ol plow, 15 shank w/gaustu d aorvico availablo,
Juno 27lh
O'
go whools: Chovy 2 ton
APHA black an d whllo,
July 25th
truck with NH rotriovor
im prossivo. Sir Quincy
Aug, 29th
cy
b o d . All oqulp. In oxc.
Oan Slud, HYPP-NN and
Sopl. 26ih
;d
shapo 4 fiold roadyl C:all
b la ck b a ld fac o AQHA
Oct31ot
IA
934-8520 Iv, msg,
stud. Call 678-3076,
630 Railroad AvoI
BEAN BOXES, Stool
Twin Falls, 10
h o r s e s • Looking for a0
(12) S75oach.
733-7474
g r o a l S tallio n for your
J'
Call 734-7791
. Bfuco aillnglon 733-433
4M 7
Maro? Elko Stallion Sor-
I'
n
M
I
■
pPIPE
tp (35) drop lock solid
-n linos, 3V 40', only 1
sol
vo
yoar old. Call 532-4363.
TOCK
FA U UVESTOC
,P ;5 Jy
TOMMJSSION COMPAI
Roflisttffod horsos chock
lockod
in by 5:30 P.M,
•
tw in
H O nSE l O y r o ld f o r
'OQquartor maxo, 3fdnonoi
atJon 10 Top Oock, Vor
g o o d kids h o r o o . Jus
rxwds 10 bo rodo. S200C
ir)d, saddle, 544-2344
HORSETRAILER. ClfCiT!
two horso, tandom-whool
for aalo, Good corid. Bos
, olforl CaJI 208-326-4078,
v Ico A u ciio n . S u n d oly
y M E T HARVESTERS- 2/4
M arch 23. Slallfon pro3row Hosston lifters. 1 for
viow 11:00, sorvico aucp a r t s , 2 /2 row Q p p o l
“ O f. ,1:00 p.(7i, Quartor
)r
ta n k s, 1 for p arts. C all
1.
423-4994,
Horoo, Palm &AppaJo5sa,
Bidding starts ol advorUaod too, Sovo S on foos * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
& brood to a lop Stallion,, B O B C A T 8 3 3 . P o rk in s
Info or catalog, (7021730-).
d io s o l. Ulllity b u c k o t,
forks, flotallon tiros at 40
6325 OR (702) 753-6950.}
% troad, Engino hydraulies g o o d , S8500. 324HORSES.ALLTYPES
2142 or 1-800-764-7473,
BoughI, sold & traded.
************«*^
Call 733-6055,
PIP - Usod 3* hand linos,
PIPE
Pli
Ploasocali
200-678-7149,
----Call
.Co" Clasilllgc). 733-08J1.
Si^i
PIPE,
'n ' 6 * 4 10* Aluminum
gated,
S1,25 ft, A f,50 ft,
xf,
Aluminum siphon tubos
r.S l,0 0 ,1 % ,S 1 .2 5 ,C all
733-4077 or 733-3C94
m
SQUEEZE
C
E CHUTE.
Powdor Rivorr coll
cal table chuto,
S350. Call
8:
ill 837-6572.
msg
.Idaho D-1
SWTTCH PLOW.
5 bollom , 6 ro
bustor, 423-5012,
TflACTOR M o m
a li
•nalionol
i c o n d .,
X> bushol
0 00/oa .
I O ra n # rl» t. Sl.OOO
1 Call 537-6609.
: ____________________
: TRACTOR JO 2630,
>30, low
ottom a‘
botto.
6-4962
I JD 71 plantor. 326-49.
STACKER.
Pi typo lor 1 TANKS -FUEL 3-500
I. Pull
3oal
ton bales.I. Pfo-AgDesign,
Pr
w /s ia n d s , 1-3
•3 0 0 g o l
SR-4. Picks
i 4 bales 4
:ks up
w/stands. I Call;
111734-7791
stacks 4 high,
high 324-C307,
—---------------------------------------- T A R P S - 1 6 m il- p —
SW A THER
;R • 1112 Now
oxcol. for hoy. 1 « n '
Honand JOS,
om
w/cab. 14 ft,
S 1 5 0 .2 0 'X 6lO0 - S ?00.’
uns good. AskOuanlty limitod. I
1 Discount I TRACTOR JO 4440-C<
a C o r tv
00. C all (702)
fo r 5 plus, Larr
irry , 736- I bin* IHC 1660 nxlal
Klal fflow
2000 Of 543-261:
>12I w/20'hoodor. 326-503
-5054
9
C fl
pW
»
r S
F fl
tH
Q *
/ hylJ n a nI a n v '\ H
b fl
I f l
b *
C ^M
1070 Blue Lakess BI l v d .
825 • l-800-390-8a
l6 3 2 j^ ^ ^ ^ H
N . » 7 3 3 -1 8 ;
t f l
E H
HORSE • R oq. Appys- 74 ^yr
old broko tiay golding,
^'ig. H O R S E S H O E IN Q . Bill ' BUILDINGS-Must soli Im- P f l
S3000, Yoaning brownAvm odiatoly: 2 arch slylo l i ^ l
VwRoyco 324-4471. Rolorhlloco;i.S1500,324-4274
274
oncos, availablo_______
b u id in g s , 4 0 'x 4 0 'a n d
eo'xioo', i-eoo-330-7110. r f l
HORSE Black Ovoro Paint
a/nl PHEASANTS Ring Nocks al stud. Also, Palomlino
ino
Mutants, ond Colds.
’■ 'M L V E HUTCHES (10). ^ f l
Morgan. Pinto. & Arabian.
ian.
Call 324-5330,
S45/oa, Call 324-3301
P H
&550-S350,208-366-7410
CATTLE
- Dairy lor salo or
SADDLES 125 in slock,
<
H O RSE S - S la n d in o) aalt
Compa/o pricos and puaJlo aso . doublo 12. room
Slud, 'n gof Joak McCuo'
for 4 0 0 h o a d ail undor
:uo'
ity boforo you buy- Moon
AQHA. beautiful oruIJo,
5, 3
Crook StOfO 208-806-2004
covor. Also 200 head oxyfo, old, Ihrow g color,
colloni hord lor salo. Call
roo
15-1, 12501(38, T hro
o SW INE O rdof for 4-H 4
S31-5052.____________
Bars )mprossA« Sroodinn,
FPA projocl pf/}3, U/lra sound data. Can 736-2565. C
^ A I N BED, R oss, 22-, | f l
HPYY-, Call 324-3301 0,
or
420-0563,
^ ^ o v o n in g s at 208-436- I ^ H
TRACTOR - C a so 3294
)Id175hpw/dulls,good HORSES - Woll broko oldmo
cond,,
736-1606,
C
^
L T IV A T O R • 2/G row
of goldlng, gonllo. anyono
potato
cultivators. 18 tow ^ 9 I
c a n r id o . G o o d 4 - H
projocl. Call 324-3301 •H
or VINYL FENCINQ-promium
sI p ra y o r with hydraulic M f l
quallty-faciory pricing 4
Ibooms. Call 432-5360,
hM I
420-0563.
__
dolivory. Iroo brochures —
Id.
1-800-493-1196
F,
FA R M T R U C K S I 9 6 0 P g f
HORSES 9 yr. AQHA oolding, h o a ain g . b o r ro ls .
W hllo. 10 whoolor. 20' P X I
bt o d w /h o lsl, S12 500
h fl E
po lo s. S7500: 2 - 3 yr W EN D ELL. 4 on a Jld o
Horringbono, Room lor
i1970 GMC. 2 Ton w/16'I
APHA OOldings, S1500 &
50 to 100 cow. 536-2398.
tbedw/holst. S7200, Call
I
S 2500; 2 • rog. B ro od
430-8215
I
maros in foal, S2.000/oo.
3 yr.AOHA ro an m aro,
IRRIGATION
PIVOT
l
S
I
S750;AOHA Brood maroo! I
F A R M /R A N C H
'5
7
towor
wator
drtvo,
pivot
t
M
I
S650;1 yr, APHA filly,
y. | S U P P L ^ S « Q ^
„with sprlnklor packago
MB I
S1S00. Can 208-543-6346.
Call 886-7752
I
— BALER Frooman 330. soil —
HO RSES. 9 yr. old ropo
propollod. hydraulic Alien IRRIGATIONIR
2 hook 4
B
horso, S3000, 5 yr. old"
tw I n ra k o s .R o w s o
Ic
latch
h an d lines. S850. H m B
goldlng, S2500,423-9055,
=• I windrower. Call 432-6128
W a n lo d T h u n d o rb lrd c f l
W
w
whool
lino movor. Call l 9
•>
7:
735-1660________
______ M
P a rx n C ity
|
rr
I
f m
LANDPLANE Evorsman
9
Hyd. on rubber, S850
M |
Call 734-7791
M il i
\
PIPE
E fREPAIRS Handlines, PLOWS
J 4 4 5 bottom
S JO
whoc
loolllnos or mainlines,
Hy. rollo,
Jllovor. Usod in 'Oe.
Porta
Ijiblo hydraulic press.
S650 4S550.
4S
734-7791
C lydo'i S p r i n k l e r -------------PIp« Repair
POTATO
I
O EQUIPMENT
-6
678-7149
fow Logt
ogan cul planior.A
__________________ 6 row boc boddor, 432-5235
_____
________________
I • G*. 8*. and 12’ o a t o d -------------0 for sale, Ploaso call RADIOS
(: MTX800 MoS (2)
fo s-s
5-532-4125.
torolarod
radios, (t) w/phono
______
.
——
4 chorgo
rgors. Also lull du.
P I P=E -- Qotod, 10.000 ft.
plox .moi
=
d
.n .„ ,c » „ p .j
6* . 88* ond 10*. 733-5002,
Call654-J
'AVJIii2lXL
T
I ^ H il
I—
I
^
AO
T V IM A L
S iU
T P F JU Y
^
E sj
“
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y, April 3rd
m
^s
MISCELLANEOUS
- 1920
T h u rsd ay ,
■
L iv e sto ck
C o m m is s i o n
6:30pnv8:30pm
/'
U
at 6 pm
^
eading tho classlllod adt
ovo day Is a wonhohlla
ovory
hsbit. Coll 733-0931.
3 featured Speak*
makers including
Daniel Borden
iers, D.V.M.
p LOW
lo i - JO 1 bottom 2 way
roll-ovor plow, 3 bottom
;roll-ovor
S:
plow, old Crassloppor
plow, old 2 row JO
hop,
pou
Mtatopiontor. 423-4247.
3 3 0 S t h S t.
t. S o u th
—
.
,J
ip
Siocli » 7 h03I, 'AASEP $9 0UOC
.00. Price oitc/ focwy icboiu $8,766.(
9'
9,97t5
m OAC. 72 rroo:h tom 2c^
^ .la
00.
.cto down lequitcd. Povmeni mcWos
R f l ______ ^ }69,00 Deal
ia>. mIo
ealei Docuircnation !e«.
H
HOW W S 14,209.00. Pi.«o'ierl
Slocl D7HOO'
cr locto-y 'c b o io $ 12 ,5 t O 00
Q.97% APR. OAL.
0/^ 72 mo<i!h ictm. Zero djAfl fcouit
luitfd fbj-trn-nl mclA's ta« l.ilo H i p
ond $69 0 0 Dcolcf Documefiic
icc
d »W »f* 1
fl I
I
e y " ■
I
I
^ fl
|
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R
®
r f l
- f l
1 9 9 3 HYUND
ELANTRA
«4H0a6-1,4Door,5Sp«.
J « I .A ir,
Clean Family Corl
W AS
^ M
S 6 9 9 5 ..............................
1 9 9 4 HYUNDAI
EUNTRA
H
■
, ■
»5H 0(i8-I
JScllo. H
S -I, 5 SpcoJ, Air, A M /F M Coisol
Onl> 3 0 ,0 0 0 M iksI
A
^860
1995 1
SONi
^s?A“ ^
r
# 6 H 1 0 6 -I .v - 6 ,A
, Automatic, Air, AM/FM
Cassoitc
Illo, Nico Cor!
>0
^87g<
■ I
M H
Roomy
ny 4 Door, Automatic, Air,
ir, Cruise, AM/FM
Cassette a n d Much1 M
/ orel
1 7 2 ° ’>’
'
m
<OTOR 200 HP Cummins
diosol W/30KW gonorator.
S2900. Call 734-7791
^ E B E ID ^
Twin Falls, ID
D •» 7 3 4 - 1 5 4 5
Sporty 5 Spee< RoofTiy Hafc^. .
Econom>
ny At Il's Best!
manuro sproador on stool.
sido dolivor rako on stool
iiv o stock trlr, pull typo
dilchor on slool. 2 hay
wagon ono on steel, ono ' | ^ ^ H
on rutjbor. 100 gal, fuel
tank on stand, 3 soctlon
wood harrow. IH grain drill
on stool. 3 pt Ford mower,
front mount foik, t boitom
2 way plow. Call 423-4247
|
~
D o o rs o p e n
3 joints, 2 aro
0 M -0* CailafierlOam, H
»
J 1536-6255____________
Horse:
e S e m in a r
a t T w in F alls
a |f l E Q
II
IO T
^ H ,4 3 0 y
..............
BOY«SELL«TB
ftADE II 1 1
SP E C IA L.S
S O F THE \W E EK
1989 DODGE 1!
1990 MERCURY 19i
989 HONDA H
COLT 2 DOOR fTOPAZ 4 DOOR ACCC
C
ORD4 DOOR
n s9 .n fla u x £ R » ,
DCmiHTRIT.
how
^2795 hi
NOW ^ 2 9 9 5
m
W ^3995
.
NOW
1983 PONTIAC
IC 2 0 0 0
1 9 9 5 MITSUBI
GALANT
J091K
110-0, Automolic, Air, A M /FMA
CajJoHo, Nicol
,6 7 0
ow^595 I I
li
i i
9 9 5 CHEVROL
LET
Stk. 170140, SUHBMF,MICE..
4X<
X4
f^1995 I 1SILVERADO
jPowor
1985 MERCURYGH
GRAND MARQUIS LS«
1^2595 1^^
B 60
1988 CHEVYCAVALI
,^2995 mm
1994
'4 FORD
THUND
IDERBIRD
" M B '*
# 0 9 1 2 5 - 7 ,5 Speed, Air, AM /Fi
/FM C m iolto,
Rear Dofrosf, More!
Wi
W AS
< D A
5 1 2 ,9 9 5 ...............
.............
STX.«T01CI3, GR£ATBUY,RU«S«ICE..............................
RUI
N ot
1 ,2 7 0
f l f e j l i a j l l
1979CHRYSLEI
ER NEW YORKER
L^995
1989 SUBARU JU!
Stfc.«TD143.SUPBtCl£AN..
1^1995
1989 HYUNDAI E>
n
# 0 9 0 7 7 -l,A u totomotic.
f
Air, AM/FM
CojscHo, Crui
ruiso, Vo 7 Cloonl
WAS
5 1 0 ,9 9 5 ...............
...^ 9 ,8 7 0 P
%9
m
ill . H I
Stk.fHl<B 6 ;K IC E S O £ « l,ill«
Bim so o o D ..............................NOI
EX CEL
# 0 9 1 4 6 - 0 .3 5 0 . Automalic. P
W indow s & locks, lo h of Exf
Stk.lTD073,UiXU!iYlilOOa,JUIT01U
n u n c ,m c o h t o b b . . n
o w
’
.............. ^ 1
6
, 8
1 9 9 44 FORD
AERO
OSTAR
1 9>95
9 FORD F 1 5 0
,
: e ....................................... N O W
I
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SSPORT 4X 4
I I SOmTV-T^
7, 300, Slroighl 6 , 5 S p e e d , Air,
#7H 0 1 8 -l,A u lo miiotic.
oi
Power W n d o w s
o n d locks. Air, A M
/
v^/FM
Costello. Morol
A M /FM Cqi«H o, M oroT
l l I 51^95 ......
... 3 , 7 4 0
K
H
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0 ,8 7 0 ^
S I M M ............... ^
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UAT
T ic ,« n c iiK o m i]K n a ..N O W
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ER NEW YORKER ^
stk. ffTS950,DRIVES&LOOKSI
\< !Z933, |
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iiMn Motor#
lo c lio c k tn y e r e d itw lih a c r e d itsooncy,
its o
forT h e i m
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Hofno Phono:________
W eikPhon#:..
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t o
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DiTCAil...
TfteiscnTjolors • 701 Mjln I
20S-733-9150orFA>
1 9 9 3 NISSAN
4X4
» 0 8 8 3 1 - 1 ,5 Spood, A M /FM Cosi
3SMitto,Till, H
Cruiso. Nico Truckl
■ A A
■
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B S iisa ic M K iD
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9 2. OLDSMOBILE
br
IRAVADA 4 X 4
# 0 8 6 0 5 ;!
5 ; 1, y - 6 . Loathor Interior. Air,
Cnjiw). Tilt,
Till, Sharp Sport UrilityVchiclel
W AS
S 1 S ,9 9 5 . . .
I
■
1 9 9 4 TTOYOTA
4RUNNER
iR SR5 V6
^ 1 3 ,8 7 0
pricos ploj tax. Hrio & $ 6 9 Doole.
ils subject
to prio r
oior DocumontoKon foo. All unilj
$
n u i . i i i i ii n L i iJ i.w
»d A M /FM C o M o ,
W Tires ond Morol
•.
I
K
W
■ n
U
Twin W
Ttfs,
i liijho
Sstardn March 22,1!
5,1997
T R A C T O R -07 Caso-I
so-IH WANTED TO BUY: 10-12
12 ALFALFA SEEO Family kWTlQUESHOW
IaMI
W A^CS H E R / D R Y E R
3394 MFWO. C ab,
3, a ir,
(t. disk In good cond. Coll
grow ot, Troosuro-VNSBOISE'S BEST
S la'i
PS. 3 poini, 24 5P<3. Iran:
la c k o d . F f lg ld a lf o .
trans.,
537-6550.
w ro n g lo r- a multi loaf,
FAIRGROUNDS
1 0 0 0 P T O , 1G.9R<
condiUonod. $325
_
51.45-51.05.326-4735
».
Mor,
21-5pm -10pm
?5s“ ^ W E U PUMP 20 hp submroars. 16,9R20 Ironis
Call 320-0647
Tin -----------------------------------M,
Mar, 2 2 - II a m -5 p m
_____
52 h p '
orsiblo. 357' of 4" column
duals, wolghts, 1G2
CQ ALFALFA SEED dolivorod.
W 23-11 a m -5 pm
Mar.
)f tire
tiroa
eloctrical wiling. 250
25C2 hrs. Now flftvor
eo 4
I
C orl. T ro asu ro , S1.65.
S3wilh fotum prtvilogos
S3
■
gpm. Call 734-6632,
front & foar. Excol. concJ.,
com
_
C ort. W rangler, 51.40.
5 Ooalors - 6 Stalos
iUILDlHO MATERIALS
50
B Bm
roducod for Quick sal
od
VNS. 51.40. Can733-1477
WHEEL LINES (4) usod
Sponsored ty
529,900, Cou 507-20(
O CK M A N SA N D&
20GO
Thundoiblrd.
Call
W
ada
BENCH
UONS
CLU3
or 590-17G6._________
Of C U S T O M C U T T IN G &
S
RAVEL. O rlvo-w ay.
------Farms • 200-226-2470 or
344-9931
or342-1910
CERTIFIED IDAHO PO- ___
m yd. boso gravol. UTRACTOR • Intornalion
ilional
200-220-2470.
_
TATO SEED Burbanks, CHINA-Norttako
CHII
ul,woddwof,423-4315.
Hydio70.exe. cona, 24!
china dinW IN D R O W E R B e ai n
N o r k o t o h s . & o lh o r
noi
hro $10,000.3G6-24&3
norw aro. sorvico (or 8 - a u iLLDINGS
t
- All stool,
id.
varlolles. All sood virus
Spi
------HoalhG-row. Excel, cond.
Springdold
pattom 67 pes,
^1*1
40x30 was 57700
T RA CT O R 1 l7 5 C Jaoaso
i :
S695. Call 734-7791
lostod. Cloan Colilornia
53' (inn. Call 735-1459
5350
«S3980, 50x00 was
12' o lbot (Site; 12' rotli
—
re a d in g s. D on't toko 0 ----1^ '* ^ W IN D R O W E R B e eIn
B.270 now $9620, OthhBfTOw. Coll 324-3156.
Approx. 70 pioco
*10.2
chancod on quostionablo CHINA.
CHII
------Hoath8 row. Ejcol.cond.
Buildings availoWo, Call
Id.
cuning & sood lols. Please
fine
fine china dinnor sot, CoTHACTOR Allis Chalmor
!mors.
SIOOO. Call 734-7791
uck 1-600-320-2340
bait Bluo border & gold
call Scftaeffor Sood, Inc.
WO, Now molor. Call43(
~
at 206-430-5234,
Utn
Uim, 29 dinnor plaloa. 20
u --------------------------and
tt,
WINDROWER, 8 row 835
5C90 atlOf Sp.m.
FTCHEN CABINETS
.
do'
dossoris.
12
soops,
1
lg,
— —
lnnos contor dump. Fioid
736-5920
^d
MONTANA
cortifiod
sood
sot
soup
tutoon,
9
sorvlng
______
TRACTOR IH 350 ulillf
;lility,
foady. BEAN CUTTER,
^
potatoos
RussolBurbtink.
plo.
plocos.51500,
324-5245,
REBAf
S 2 000/olfor, C all oovo
IAR. 5/8' fobar, $,2S<
v os
JD . 6 row. 3. ROTARY
[Y PVX & PVY tostod. Win- -------543-4910.___________
ft-1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.
HOE. JD. 6 row. BEET
•'
nor tostod clean roadinos, 3E SK , sm all V ictorian.
*—
DIQGEH. O poi 3 5 0 . 33
1-406-682.7364
C .i.1 8 7 0 , C yl. roll to p , - ^ aso call 200-733 0599,
TRACTOR, Kut»m L-34'
<3
Dui
? ,;'
Looks
Durlod w aln u t, E xcol,
2 WDw/Kubola front 1iMdloac
g,oal. COII208-423-JG44.
4.- V IR U S to s l o d c e rtifie d
coo
"
805
i
cood. $1500.00.324-7SG0. I
or,34hpdio5O l.l200hr:
Qhrs.
—
s
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d
p
o
t
a
t
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s
.
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c
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l.
------------------------------------IC A IfiJOASAEOUIPMEWr
3400,
dasjified
in
mind
wfion
TT frosh ovortiayl. S940C
3AK H OOSIER Soo a t:
,
read in g s. IsoJaiod sood OAK
)g
you wont lo ojchonno
431-5434 or 676-3409.
Viclorian Gift Shop, 1342 CANN'
'
la rm . Will s iz o . c u l a
Vici
INON AE1 program
__
unused llomilof caih.
Addison, Twin Falls.
comor
_
doilvof. Call 662-5260. • Adc
iora. 4 lonsos, tri-pod
T R A C T O R . K u b o ta Q
xtms. 436-2885.
1750. 4X4, (Jiosol w/Tror
1 WHEAT SEED Cofllliod
ontJ loodor & box ocropoi
802
I
Ponnowawa, S12.75 por
■
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CUSTOM
hyd ro static drlvo. 1120'
807
I
i
lOOIbS. Call 734-7791
| | L APPUANCES
hf«. Excot. cond. S930C
)300, I
FARM SERVICES
CLOTTHING
|
Col 431-5434 Of 678-3401
:0UCH quoon so fa, tan
r t i : ALFALFA GROUND AER.
708
I "^w/bi
w/brown/bluo gold velvot. O R EiS
S S E S • B o a u tilu l
TRACTOR. L a n c tsu p e nr t
ATING Our irncior, $8 00
HAY. GRAIN
oxc
oxc. cond. $200: quoon
unlqu
quo w odding d ro ss
tn e to r , MF 40D. Insta
isiapor a c jo , your troctor,
FEED
hyd
h y de-a-b ed , tan w/llght
sizo> 6.
6 originally. $900,
Rovoroo trans. Soil lovol
ovoiS3.00 por ocro, 324-7146
brov
brown small stripes w/oak
oskinj
Ing $400/o((or, BridIng buckol. Gannon Oo:
7 ALFALFA HAY 1 soml
Irim innor spring m a tIrim,
al/proi
rom d ro sses slzo 6.
A L L GROUND W ORK. load. S145/lon, dolwored
w/hydraulic top link, 'rig”
righ
tros
tro ss. exc. cond.. u so d
$ 20-54
-545. Call 066-2457.
ploniing, rock pickor, ma-'•
sitJo and rlppor Oar, Oagt(
Dad
also somo grass 623-4694
littlo 5300; Zenith 25* TV ---------little.
and^oul. Call Rnndy
sc ra p fn o blado. Land
oak cabinet. wori<s good. WEDDII
OING ORESS & voil,
cjiing
WoavOf. 543-6686,
BUYING- (oea whom, top
scapo & matorlal handiin(
550, Call 543-5017.
S lz
0 o1 0 . P l o a s o c a ll
prices paid. Call 733-9346. ~--------------------------------—
dro am tra c io r. S8295
206-9'’
-934-4063._________
^31CUSTOM PLOWING
ORYE
Ploaso call 208,731-4727
iRYER Konmoro-Almond ---------—
planting and boddino
HAY Large balos c( good
|_n,, now, Excol, cond, WEODI
Liko
OINO GOWN G or.
d o an hay. Undor a shod.
<15/
Iquo
&37-4964
TRA C T O R S-50 antique
5150, Call 324-2756
ffooos
us, sh o a th . slzo 6
Will Innd. Call 886-7752 ------IHC-JD-CAT. 1 or aJI. al
1 $700. Sell 5300 or
run. Bost ollor. 324-5167. Id a h o T rac to r So lv ag oa. HAY 1st. 2nd, S 3rd culR Y E R S /W A S H E R S ,
ollor. Call 734-0545.
___:
N ow -usod. fobuHt nncJ
Buying
Konmoro.
Whirl----------Itory
ropalrod. U the. mill ondH ting, 2 Strings H on balos.
TRAILERS -Exc. invontory
p o o l, G E . H ol P o l n l.
WEODlf
OING GOWN si70 12,
SJSOporton. 324-J178
now
wolding dono. 733-0069
of horso. cargo & snow
Working or not! 73G-4605
Long
sl
I sloove,
boadod bodmobilo trailors. (lat bod.
^od. ciassined roadns u o looWngj HAY. Stock hay a horso
loco on train, 5475
Qoosonock and bumpor
'p o r
lor liBm» in«y want la buy.■. hay-Milk cow hay. AJI ion
RE E Z E R , G ib so n 1 8 '
Nove?'
jr wom, 837-6643,
pull. Trailer parts,
:hosl. 5150.00, Ploaao ----------Place yout ad today ferr
aizo b ales. C an doiivor
S ' f""^ 0 3
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D E C E3 P T I V IS C A R
M E N Tu
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F rie n d ly Craare ” a ren’t n e w - ju st neuter,
ver.
A n d best af
o f all, they!re p riccdm uch less
th a n new cars.
ca
F rien d ly C'ars*"
a
- exclusively
a t “Your Go<
iood F rie n d " Dealer-"
d ialer" arc w onderfully d cccj
cep tiv c. T h ey
loook
o l like new, drive like new,
:w, a n d even
.imp
m cll
like new. A ll h a v e mlany
an ' m o n th s
,
nd m iles rem aining o n th ec original
o
actory w arranty and n o n e hhaa v e ever
Reaily
i
lly new.
Decept»
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I
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F cw/er
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N
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9S
qulckrotponso,733-0931,
:all 208-536-2400,
WEDDI.
OING G O W N -ond
w
{| O v e rd riv e , A ir C ondlH
Call 1-702-776-2526.
Hririi
dlH o a lo g , P o w er W la d e w i,
I, Locks A Mlrrort, Tlh
4 6 E. Frontago RD.
Qorgoous.new$lioo
Ui
W lie e l, C rolM C o ntrol, 44 *. si p e a k e r A M /FM C a u e tte
REEZER- big u p righl,
MANURE HAUUNQ
!
Jerom o
324-6668.
STRAW.
Approximaloly 13
le, P]b« much m o u i
loll (or $300, Sizo 5
—
Duano's Cuslom Fanning
J l’ .3 c u f l , K o n m o r o .
r n n 73;
tons,
small
balos,
Barloy
“
733-7672.
* * * * * * * * * * * * * '*
* ** Cal!336-4506or676-1666
a o o . Small Holpoint roKoIfyBhioBock
b
i
s tr a w , 5 3 5 p o r io n or
fr'™
TRAILERS. Get ready for
rig. $65, Call 734-8461.
g --------ToIa* o v t r '1 9 ,0 0 0 . D U y
;
rnako
olfor.
CoJI
S45-2432.
6 , 9 9 0
O R
ary. RETRIEVING big or small .
808
I
”
tho trallsl Qreat ovory*
f^efri
bolos. BolosUnllmllod
EFRIG.lyf, sido by sido, I COM
day low prices!
)MMUNICATION
5700
:rail- Comp, covoiod, 543-5366.
>700: 6 ' c h e s t fre ez er.
■ DEVICES
C 4 B. SL4 HS horso trail­
I
worki
vorks, $75. 543-2441
ers. $4995.00,
--------------------------------RADIOS )S(I)MoiorolaM7)<.
C4B, SL3 HS horso Irail- ROCK PICKER
Cusiom mochanical lock
ASHER & DRYER SlOO
aOOOB-7w/rapld
Bors. 54395,00
chargor.
T.r:^C4erct. tu la t tS713outt Itaratxai
Im ~Q>CX<tr«icbu3«n3k£« F»m<Cistu r
oilM
picking. Cail 543-6719
>Oth work. Call 423-5813
(2 ) Moi
tZHrtLIXSt Si:t;3XKticfW)n(i
loiorolo PP-IOOO.
\.
M)«era Wcn»3pjtfx««Wa«toJll.r«il3 150
C«B, SLS HS horso IraiJDavo mossago.
lolopho
/
hono/rodlo. all prlors. 54095,00
(requoncies. Add to
Closo out prices ori oil ■96
'96 i
706
I
''sure to Indudo prico ntien
existing
(loot or uso
modolslli Logan Coach,
.
adver
ich, I
FARM SEED &
idvenislng Roma Ior uJo In
o*'
ios&iflod.
alono
'
on
01
already
oxisling
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Soonor. Tilan & Poco
801
I
^^ER TU ^ER J I
------------------------------- ffoquon oncios, 52000 gots
V
^SoJostax&tltlofoo.
A SH E R /O R Y E R 1 1 0
Iho whc
'holo packago. Call
1
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ALFALFA SEED. 15 variilack. apt, or RV. 7 mos.
734-860
1604. ask (or Kelly,
SALES
otlos. Grand Valloy corn I
M _S 5.»M I.,.734.,I>,9
A N TIQ U ES &
46 E. FRT. n o . N
sood. oals. pasture mixos
"/
OS, (3) Moioro'la
EX m 66
G C ^ S d"
C O LLECTIBLES |
sTack
& lawn sood. Bob HamllA S H E R /D R Y E R s o t
w/phont
)no capabiliiy, Bot2 3 6<SHOSHONE
Sh
STREET WEST • TW
JEROME, 10 324-66666
TWIN FAUS* 733-2891 • 1-80
to n Sood, 734-3587 or
3 0 0 -6 2 1 -5 2 4 7
KALER
S200. W ashor
lorlos&&chargors, 52700.
ANTIQUE SHOW
_ Sonmoro
l£ J
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *k**
733-1477 Of 536-2293.
|
736-4605
423-672.
722 or 734-7223,
1 ^ ^ ^ ™
March 21 & 22
W125-WOfTonty.
A SI
Burloy Inn
Konrr
ly for Only ^1C
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Nololjook. 640KB fnom&
mow/mlrror. S200. T able, mond
nmana ring. Appralsry 120 MB h a rd d riv
o
ivo,
ontlquo oak. round S400.
aal o t $ 8 3 0 0 , w ill iQ ko
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floppy drivo, S700, Cai
• COMPAC U p Top
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$
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637-0124
.
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w/dWdno station,/S s;
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—
886-7087
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for S99. holoi rolums. Coll of
oflor. Coll 734-4349.
im 200
Of VGA. Coil 423-62590 _
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2
734-8881._____________—
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soilina lor $ 1 4 9 5 . C
1Gordons, lowns, lots
CAHPET-Oroomaofgood M A T T R E SS E S. O uoon
1-e00-579~C82
, 18tZ0. Hclol rclums, 5130.
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usod. Vory roasonabio.
Coll 734-8881.
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717.
5740. Call 678-2717.
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olc upright, oxcoNoni cond
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24-0902
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allofl nlxjut nvoifling
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Jd y a iT o y a
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. .. Show
AtConionnli
jnnlal Higfiscfiool —
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a a Boiso.
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Plooso
call
200-;
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moro tnto.
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fils Ford Ranoo
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S7500 73-1-8418 STEREO Konwo
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c
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^Tna can - wi
lomino 12
ClaMinod. 73;
strin g g u ita r• w / c a s o .
-----=ES. Grow 6-10
S300. Call734-70
-7045.
FAST TREES
-- --------- f > /y r .,S 4 ,
T A R P S - 1 6 MII
dollvorod.
P
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F/0 0
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Biochuro.•1-PQ0C15-3405
1-Di
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Oiscouni
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for 5 Ulus. Lair'
ury, 736/ / I
2000or543-2612
12
_________
col. cond.,
TV -19-color.o.co
Y O " )I / I D
SllS/ollor.Call 806-2457.
88
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A R E . R o io tillin g ■owing. Coil324-5859.
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GARDENS,YARD -S25
ROTOTILLINR ™ c
•MonHofS
'Tape Backups
•Floppy Disks
•Memory
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iva 0olocYAHAMA Clavinova
Ifonic piano, lull koybo
oyboard.
TOTIU^R Soors, 5hp
Roof
sold now lor S1695.
195. 1oxc.
nrlino,3ap«odfon,vard.
ro J,
cond. liko now. 511
51100.
uaiai
Call 436-4297.
I rt6 ’0 h r a '!'s 4 s a ° '° ''’
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t r i z v T , :
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lift
rociinor.
Fm
C°J'^23-5199
y:ew
FREE lown sod. You cut. _____
COUCH. CHAIR & OTTO>076-7060.
oloc.
nowly
upholstorod,
yo
MAN. Brown, good cond.
you h a u l. P l o a s o c o ii
r o TOTILLINQ.
tc
trac to r. ------------— r -------------------noo
oxc cond $695 536-6231 J208-837-4405._________
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looC,
I O FFICE EQ W PM
Ef
StSOofboslofior. Pioooo
CnON(5-10'pcs)
sdor, dump truck, corru- ®0'SECT!
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S
call 20e-324-829S. msQ.
ling, MVoroa326-4631
3 ofdod
1
Bd ontonna
tow or.
£ _ RECUN ER, lill rociinor. Q/1
on offor. 806-7540
,
oloc.
•
nowly
upholslorod.
COPIERS for aalo.
La
COUCHS 2 • Oroxoll Horl». Largo
rCTOR MOWER • 12.5
J
4
OJtq
cond.
$695
53&6231.
B
lo g o ,s a g o , m auvo &
solodton of roconditioi
ditlonod
Rost.
p .. 5 ap d .. liko now
At iho» Hoorlftstono
Hi
brown, brocodo, Porloct
copiors Stafting ot
S2
It S295.
Hoy wo are aelllng
oct RECUNER. Molorlzod lilt
iOO. C all 3 2 4 -8 3 5 6 ,
iri Hailoy
condlion, S200 for both,
F, I R S T C U S S
Also sorvlco lo rr ma
m a jor
|ulp. & furnishings.
IVOmsg.
all equip
■Ih.
chQjf. modium brown w/a
FUTON iil<o now. S200.
brand copiors, includ
—
Homa' inci.
int rolilgorotlon
icludmg
R' O T O T IL U N Q
- ^ =^
W.
voflotyol pin colors. S375.
21* consoio Zonith TV.
Minolla. 1 yoar wnrra
vnrranly
♦Roor lino llllor.
■
siovoj.
fryers, broilIV.
Ploaso coll 200-734-3377.
816
1
‘’O
'
S175. Cali 543-6202 ®r
or
ova.lnblo. Call 734-99,
4-9900
♦FREE Eaiimatoal
■ n rc
Mths, icomochlnos,
•
543-8972 nftor C PM,
733-1168
». oic. North Main,
S O F A . 9 6 * C h a r i o t ___
4 ---------------------------y. Mar. 22-29th.
3 S S -T R A IN E R E—
Brow n to n o s . v o lv o t- HAILEY
HAM
I
820
N u iss,, »iii buy ' ^ S •CO.
S l Comploto w/vidoo
DESK largo lull sizo. solid
•5pm. or call Rob10am-5pr
'lid
S200. Call 736-2455
10
I
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S
4
SU
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P
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1 0 - 3 0 'S p ru co Of P in o
h o oo kk lo i & c o m p u l o r
o a k c o m p u to r d o s k
^oorAAflnioal788-3S43
fli
Coil 780-3161 or
ifajnn
w/buill In surQo protoclor
WATERBED MATTRESS iroos.
I™
AOUARIUM
55
gal.
ta
------------nor.
S150.
733-9129
S34-4634.
:o.
(King sizo) w/pod, hootor.
Porfoct for fiomo or offlco.
fioofl. sland nnd acco
---------------------------- BEAUTY<
V CHAIRS (1) hyip.
6 sols ol shoois. S150 or — ------------------------------HEALT LTH RIDER Must soil
Uko now. Musi ooo to apdrouilc 4 il) dryor. Coll
7^^7B2
S250;o»or.Call C37-47i
Ukon
) now. S350. 733-0781
733-1815
procialo S650. 735-8125
>5
offer. 677-4636aflor5pm.
^ JIM'S TREE
X YARD SERVICE «
Loavo
ivomoasaQo.________ _________ :
\ D
■ ^ 2 7 - color, store
oroo, surA'OUARIUM - 60 gniion
gnii
‘Tfo Romovoi -Topping 77- —
moto conSoaclo.ir roof lank,
ni
OININQ ROOM SET An- W ATERBEDS, q uoon & ■Troo
k, nuto
■ \L y
round sound, rome
'low 15 spa. ladlos
king Bizo. Sol ol spook•Pruning-Slump
*Pri
Romov- NORD
7DIC RID ER, d u a l
mtn.'biko
Uquo onk. w/3 ionvos &. 4
lo is ol
lighting, all invofts a
)||<0, $75. TREAD. T IM E S CLA
: lj\ s s i f i e d
ol
•Powor Flaking.
Hon. Mnko ollor. Coll
MILL, ,mi
choirs S425/offor736-0207
07
ors. mlcrowovo. sofQ 4
o’-Shrubs
*'
735-2145.
f is h i n c i u d o d . p h
molorloss. S lop
n p p AWRTl M E N T
>3
'•^23.________ _______ Climbor. 0
•A
‘*23-6chair. 733-0338 nlior 5pm
*Aio ra tin g • C o m p lo to
------------suppNos. 5750.'ol(or. C
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W E T STA TIO NN - s in k
726-3090.___________
ctpd
OiNINQ SET Thomosviiio.
P P E R L Ifo G o a r.
CHUR
Inciudod. S640 C
Choici
iURCHPEWS
solid ctiorry wood; oizo
120 I
0 14
I 6780476 or 670.1813.'coll.
lico ol lasior/ slowor.
(2) 13' ,mi
sca
° a S ™ j ' a q u a r iu m . B .lro l,y uus.
(1) 20' & (13) 15'.
FIXTURE UOUIDATION
UOI
0»0r. Call 736-18J
h y d # .a -b « d : smoll rooil
il M j e w e l r y & FU R S
oly usod. S75. Coll
Call
^AWN MOWING . Schod_
55 gallon w/cabinot.I, slnnd
sl.ii
■all 733-7023
Lozior Gondoli
idola. gaimont _■
top d ssk In dark oak; 22*
“ I
♦ accossorios. S300
C
10 Call
ulo now for -97. Mowing.
^
BOO-547.7005
i
818
tall lurguolso & nold eleCLOTHIN
837-4132
IINQ RACKS- 6
ads aro • groal
trim dondollon olimotion, TREAD
Uim,
p h an t; drop loa) kiichon CiBiilllod
ftDMILL.
Lliilo
u
sod
ways,
hon
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lUMEMTS --------------------------------fionoycombs. oxtra ___________
Irrvottmant. no matiar whid
fortil
fortilizor.
Buhl. Filor & TF.
Body
E
table; slop end table. All your b u tln e it. Olve u i a
BIRD Lutinn Ring Nock.
Noc
V ByJnko,
moiortzod.
om oil Slroight
str
ru n s & F R E E double
Wo,
Wayno Piorco 543-5151,
Ownoc
Jblo s tr o lle r . PIANO Baby Grand
iod only 3 mos. Askhongors
I'd modol.
Beautiful 2
y rs.
portoct cond, 733-7802
). oli
Old.
e»lllodfly,733-0931.
| Expi
s. cCall Kmart 734Noods ropair.
)alr. Ploaso call
Looks fi plays nroi
Exporioncod, Dopondablo
ing $4(
toot. incl.
lamo, talks, noods lots Ol
S400. 734-2072. mso.
5400 osk
f
SkforJovco.
208-733-7100.
’ 00.
bonch. 51.895 670
70-2717
ottonUon, S300. 543-599
-5995.
n M E iii
:
LAW
iWN MOWER Ridlno.
Dyr
'ynn Mark 10/23. 4yrs
old.
Id. Hordlyujod. Excol.
conc
and. SCOO 734.6564msfl
~
tWN TRACTOR. Eloc.
alar
lart. 11 hp, 4 0 'cut, dbl
roai
Ja r bnggor. $ 8 5 0 .0 0 .
Ploa
ioasocoJi 208-734-0628.
9 4 M IT S l
Mm Sm U
I B IS H I G A L A N T
s u l tT usul». Air CowlKloaIng ,fw
9 4 SU Z U I
U L I S ID E K IC K
4-CTlladef.^tpwd,
iMd. AjrtaaatlD T raonttalaa , m ,. w
9 4 C H EV I
V R O L E T P IC K U P
1/^ to n . E rtn Cib..
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9 4 IS U Z U
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ttltnnsaxla. AlrCaatflUaolag .n><
9 4 IS U Z U
:U T R O O P E R
frOTllpaef.MtnMn
Ml T n tttu ls. Air CandlUoatag
9 5 FO R D I
D ^ F -1 5 0
1/^to^l.EItnC «ll.4
lb. 4z4 XMtNu
9 6 FO R D I
D E X P L O R E R
4»4, g-CTilate.Hotii
n0495
^1 9 9 5
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^16995
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^20995
^20995
^24995
- ^24995
^26995
9 6 FO R D I
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3/4-ton. E rtn O b .*
lb. <14 .wo______________________
9 7 F O R D I
0 F -1 5 0
^
1 /^ te a, E rtn Cab,
4i
ib.4z4«Nii
0 4 Tlnw ^N m , Twinirini,kl*ho
Fin.
BLACK LAB • lomalo,
m ihs. o ld , AKC. '?gro
ro a^
linoo. S20(Voffof67Q}Q4tM
04t
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BORDER COLUEpuppi
ypptos NAlLOUNS2N90Bo3tltCh
ironts.
framing guns, 1 yr. old.
Excol. wofkino paton'
Had 9f>ot3, $40.53C-sa
5-5825
S275/oa-or S500 both/of-------for.731-5672or543-S672,
2 :
BOSTON TERRIER Molo
Mt
•—
pupplos. AKC. $250.
50.
ROTARY HAMMERS•
fill.
Coll 430-8093
• D tW a ll’/4’ hammor drill.
S 1 7 5 , M ilw a u k a e W
BUNNIES Mini Lop,S12/i
Sl2/on
hammor drill, S17S Hlltl■
podlgrtxxJ. RnObil hutc
lutch.
TE54 2 '. S700w/bil3, Hlltl
««.4hokw . $20.423-^!
3-6755
TE17 r , S350, Mllwau*
7 H^
k M IW . *$350. MtlwauBUFREE C hoaaponko
1’ Hawk, S375,
triovof, 2 '/rfts. old foma
THREADING EQUIPMENT
NT
& a romalo cat. spayod
R ig id modol 7 0 0 pow'oorr
doclawod. S3G-5753
___
ihroadof, liko now. S700,
00,
imaio
C olllna powor throador.
FR E E . Lab X pup, lomai
or.
cJ^ocolato. Call 543’505i
,5050,'
FREE 5 month old loma
omaio
L a b c f o o o lo .1 g] o o d
homo, PI0Q30 call 20f
208324-2S42of20S-324-fl0t
-6017.
Liangdon's Tool & BottIt
35SAddIson
73»-2$00
B u y .S tllo rT ra d a
_
• FREE Chow Collio X.T4y yr . SH O P SMITH S300; G OS
as
old tomalo. Hooso bfok
1..
bfOko
P<7wor framing compraaa&IQV05 kids. 676-41S4
54
T.SSSO. 20B’543-2441
L
FREE Chow X, 9 month
ol
,tfToId
T A B L E SAW 10* Vory
ry
lomo. good cond. w/oxtra blados
malo nooda a 0oo0 hom<
oa
Call 206-733-tt09.
S150. Call 733-7614
—
FR E E lo good homo0 (2
(2) WELDER/Conorator. Millor
small fom alo dogs., 1 'A
225-G. 20 hra. 6000
y»s. old. h ouso tralnoo
Ined.
walls, S2000. Womor
Call 543-S331.
fiborglass loddofs (2) 288
>0
ft.S lS0/oa.(1)28ll„S l50
;----Q O LO E N RETRIEVEF
VER
(I) 14 ft, oxtondod. S60)
puppios, 2 loft, oxc. Wood
S si
(1)12 11. OOP. S50.
linoa M50.Call 423-903i
9039
Call 326-6661
Of 733-9242.
_
I
823
I
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Now occopiing now clionu
ients I
VARIETY FO O D S
Ploaso call 73M 904
W
I
& SERVICES
J
KITTENS Black & whilo
'hlto, BEEF, ALL NATURAL
1s t sh o t & vaccinotod
Ilod.
Groin fod, V,,'Aorwfiolo
S20. Call 733-8695 ___
-67e/lb.livo w t 734-7791,
>
L A B • A K C f o m a l o0 .. 44 LAMBS fcrEostor. Comn
m o n th o ld , SlOO. Call
Call
f o d - C u t & w r a p p o d1..
735-2082.____________
S3.00/lb. Pioco your or*
r.
dornow .C alI324-4i78
LAB pups, AKC 9 wks.—
M.
_
ulo
ClatslMad . . . for peoplaa
Black & yoilow s. Cuto,
ffvcrywhorBl73>0331.
Coll 73G-BS45. •
DOUBLE JO GGER Baby
stdlor and a rog. doutilo
Stollor. 733-C663
rS
I
■
QO LF C L U BS, w oodon
h o a d s. Alao slo o l club
shafts. Drokon or damago
OK. Will c om o a m ako
o flo r, No co llo clib lo a .
Ploaso call 206-324-7962-
I
>
UVE TREES WANTED
up 10 30-, Spruco, Aapon 4
ol typos. Col 200-78a-2g78
/
'/i' campor. gaa/oloc-
fro m th e C reatorj o f M
Com es Coyote
•M o st p o w e rfu l. Il(
I lg h tc jt
skJ b o a t o n t h e mi
m a r k e t!
---------
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CAMPER
ER S H E U 63X81*.
Como.oottf O l a -95 Oodgo
Dakota,
ta. P d .S 1 3 0 0 ty r .
ago. will sncrillco, 5450/
rirm. Coll
^ "736-2906.
J
EH SHELL thot fits
CAMPER
T C J3 3 I
.V-'
- - V
•, - ,
|. N
vory good
go( condition, lols
of oxtras
tras,S1(XX). 670-7287
. .
-IN 1 7 'aki boat, 85
lorcury, runs groal,
ond S25Q0. 736H3001
N S/R IFL E S
J c A >^.P E R a S H E L L s |
MOTORCYCLE, wanlod to
b u y . N ln |o s ty lo . C all
Sponeor at 208-734-2396.
O F F IC E F U R N IT U R E
wontod; Doak, filo coblnots, hutch. Boys drossora. Call 733-6760
I
SCANOE
lOE 15' Coleman wl
7HP moi
ioa. sge sg r ^ i ° 7 3 i s
>
MALE SIAMESE for stud,
BoouUfuI long hair fomolo
wonta o short lorm rolollonahip, No.commltmonta
Ono night stand.
Call 543-5611 loavo msg.
SHELL.Tts
RtsFord or Maz- CAR DOLLY w
wiilh a p a re
d o . lo ni gg bi o d . * 3 5 0 . Uro. lactory ma
Tjade, good
Pkiasocail2
all206-73<M&S3. tend. $700. C al
ol 324-5655.
■
— '
SHELL. Mual
Mui se o a salL CHEVY '68 liasct
W factorvc
v y aluminum cua- 20'. Full olr, gonoratrfr,
g«
tom toppor,
» f . Short box, full vory c lo a n , runs
rui good,
Slzo, Lorg
o r g o a id e w ing
$12,500, Coll734-4447,
73
largo back door,
;= i i T
s??o, 'orfoct condition. OODQE *73 Con(
an 208-735-1952.
WockDodflom<
motor, 24',
iowori».
“ o j g -------------[
$3500/offer. 736-2908,73
T Lofrig.
' oelf-contoinod,
'
:
flna^ngAnlfa,
cood. Bo;
Ifablel-,
-'
CAMPER!
iR SHELL, ha s slidront. sliding straight
vindow s. 5% winfit S380. 543-5674,
c in r
CHEVY^f , S
f : . °K °"O b o d
cam porsi
Si 75. Call
Cc 734-6385
sK e ^ ’
S I S
UNOSEY 7 7
■
Foils County
Fn.mr
Urgrounda
Folia. Idoho
5 5 5 (Adm. $ 3 .5 0 )
206/7^0-5555
32
low tl’r o a .
J for mobila
i5-4279
PO L A R IS‘00 IndyS
Kjy Sport'
440 HqukJ rotax.longtntdt
long
Blum. skla. Extm mo
7-6396’- $1650. Can637.63i
PO LA RIS '96 Iltra
Ultra PSIp ip e s , 2* paddle
tt
Ilo track,
1200 m is , Excol.
ol. cond.
C
■2674
_ >^SOO. c a n 487.267.
POLARIS (2) -97 RMK700(1) -97 Polaris XLT.
XLT (1)
'0 7 T . C o t 900.A
II iow
.A il
132-6802.
^'o3-C aN 2oa-432-e
POLARIS, 'gs, XT.
XLT.580.
pipod. long l/ack’pa
k’paddlo
w / a x t r a a . Low
mllloa.
Vm
324-4351.
MALLARD 7 9 =mo
2 3 ft. excol. eon
tiros, 4 8 ,0 0 0 mis.
lis., isnooI
909
I
SPORTIKQQOOD
OODS
/oner. 4 3 6 - 3 0 5 .4,
4,
-------------- I
HUNTWQSUPPUI
>PUES
^anch Rifle. 3X9 MONTEREY 1991
» 2 motorxt/a stock, clips, home. 30' Claa:
laa A, 454 F1SHFINDER. Rshin'
hin' IBud- . •
.4 5 0 .0 0 . Pioase V -e , 1 9 ‘ tlroa, TV.
T VCR. dyll. liko now, $160.
160. CAII
.call 206-324^ <•7410.
cruise, Ult, goner.
lerator, AC 734-4725REMINGTOI
TON 1 1 - 8 7 1 2
through!
q o l f CA R - 1995
M(
5 Meiex,
.
gaugo, $350.
3 5 0 . Sovogo © 9 draunciovoiorjot
w inter
omjip 30K
w /w in d sh lo ld ai wii
300 caliber,
Dor, 3X sc o p o .
>^0 0^
837-6199
cov o r. b a tto ry ch
ar o r •
c harg
,956 model
dol. vory good, y l '
83
l o nmo w ,
o n d tr o l l o f , fiko
5400. Windi
n d\osior model day»S37-6631 ovonlngs.
o%
_ °
$2650, 736-7264 after
attoi 4,
70^ 30.q(j_ q
s S S ' o l ' I S "0L1-A .L0N Q, ■;
oxcollont S
$6G
aric dub
'n™ S
days, or 934attorios.
nowhools
'lo w 1995 bailor
^ n i i n F BR.2v2 convortlblo
391 «oftor
Con 733-7091
o i r b o o s t o r s -. KI o p ' lri
lont cond.
^ F ^ ’______________
1.2 holstors, liko po'ogo..Excollor
n ^ si., Call
7^ 934-5761
»oo to app
q o l f C A R T Club
RI
b Rider
•'
PM.
Plooao
Call
206-54
°'»0'^C OOPM
walking cart,, battery
bar
chargor. S200.934-47
4-4795
A -----------906
I p ' “ ' 908
GOLF
CA
RT
w/trailor.
ilor.
'91
I HOT TUBS
J b s /p o o l s
I s N O W v S l lHOLES
C
E Z Q o - Q o lfa ra• ,1 rid
rl a
d o n 't w alk ll S23004 0 SPA.
1996.
4 e q u ip mMENT
e
HOT SPRING
:
00 Call 735-0676
’8
fwoporaon,
M solll For
1, Musl
997
pow____________________
dotalla calll773:
3 3 .e 5 7 B .» »
00 milos, GOLF CART. Horioy
oy 0Oav6:00 p.m,
— exc. condilion, 2 ' track,
id a o n , o lo c lric, E
bxc
xcol,
------------------------------- 1 Call 645-2444, ________
A ------------^^
shapo. SSOO.OO, 734-34
14-3416
PICTURE PAINTING SUP- {
PLIES, paints, brushes, • "
pallet knivoafor Bob Ross I
D o w n to w n W c m M
l e l l ^ 'l d a h o or A lo x an d or p a in tin g ;
•, YaurloaU RV^ MerlM Si
C e a ttr
methods. Call 543-6699, L- _Il - ______ ^ S 3 < ^ 3 2 3
I EAGLE,;, klull sizo cam por
Maroon, haa brako
sholl. Mm
POTTERY, ROSEVILLE,
RBERC
Hull or almlllar pottory,
IRQLASS b c at’a trail- light a insido
ins
light sw ing
734-3727.
■
15'. with 28 HP molor. a ld o win
v in d o w o , S 1 4 0 0
■ I
$1200
■00, Jim . 733-91 to.
now, nskii
________________________
iSking SlOOO, Roar
I window lor 1969
RAGGEDY ANN & ANDY
m
M INQ
i BOAT Alum. 14'
v /boot. Dork tint,
ITEM S. T ho o ld o r tho
Sall 206-666-2951,
boitor. (dolls, books, dishS . " c . . |’7 « "5 7 ,5 ,'°''
oa. otc.) Also. Mrs. Boas■ i i i m i l 'l i f l ^
bohind cab
IT* aasy I
loy dolla anything SirawI ' ™ " ’'opor.
'PER
"
S225. 10'
Ju«can73JOa31,
PU/3 loop(
bony Shortcoko & Bart>k> ■
901
-------------------------—
cam per,
v
r, vory
de an, oldor
dolls. Good cond. ploaso. I Al
^ u rry O n O u lT o
modol. $495,
S4
734-5153
call 543-5315._________
m
jR
Y
BOAT
U
N
D
------------------ -—
ATVS/MQTORCYCLES
Hui
J^ND
-92
8' Ovor.
M
963
Only
The
Flnosl
NORTHLAf
ROTOTILLER, 40* wanlod S p o
ARLEY '96, black. 1200 s ? n l il ll
^ boat show pricing
fway rolrig. Groot
s^ioi. 2Ava
10 buy for 16 hp 540 rpm. War
S4000,
654-2541
lalns
on
8
AYUNERS
»fiapo.
S4
S p o rlsio r-1600 m ilo s.
<5rw ini
PTO spood, 3, hiich. Kn&- S10.5(
W
a
r
r
a
n
ty
plus
e
x
tr
a
s
.
^ Y S a H A X U M S . Tii m a t i earr lhow you spend
olfl tractor. Ploaso call ol- ------MOTOR HOU
8,33,000 QO LF C A R T S Y am
im al
aha,
^0«ES & RVS WUWA 25'. 1976.
10.500. &all206-73S-1678
odal sopor low U.S.
your day*
aya. clasaltlod lilt
lor 6:30 p.m. ot 543-2755 HARl
orlginol mUos. all11now
n
coln o w /u s o d - R o n's
's Golf
G
ank finoncing is stjil
your busy
usy schodulo. Pul
CABANA^272 2 5 '4 1 3 c u
or 543-6991 If no anawor, FLH
ors Insido. roof AC
^C.alumlCart R o p o ir-733-671
-6710.
ARLEY DAVIDSON '93
Ilablo this wook onfy.
clastllled'
-----------------------------— . pad<
led'* lima-savlno
in, Industriol
Dc
UDodgo
motor,
nim rim covora. Tl
FLHS-cuslom, '95 EscnThia
la
a
Lei
your
dally
nawspap
spaper
»Addl»or)Ava. W.
dlrtctorycf
SHIH TZU, Lhasa A p so o r 733r ot goods end terVory cloan,
g
n, good
cond.
nlco motorhomol
sado trlr. 519,500. Call
Dl S9800.
w o rk lo ry o u .'..raladand
ada
(208)733-5070
vteastowor
P o m a r s n l a n , fo m o lo
work for you today.
low mis. 734-1.
34-1613 Iv mag Call 734-1227.
!^-7 Q 9 t aftor g PM.
tM thadassinadL
wantod. profor adult Call HARI
438-8093
C ub
ARLEY
DAVIDSON MACAW • bluo ond gold,
_______________________ ^Ju o io m S h o v o lh o a d ,
swoot I0',^monih old with
a5 0 0 . Coll 629-5202.
c ag o a n d forgo Macow I WAWTEDTOBUY | iST E P 2 C h ild 's A cllvlty HAR:
stand. S700. 342-3753,
Climbor, Good cond. Call
1200
AQUARIUM - wontod, 55
A R L E Y D A V ID S O N
'
736-7335
aadd Sportslor- Low mi.
I200S
128,
flai ♦/•. hill sot-up with oil .
C*',' CI*nlJ(8(J, 733-0828,
'
------ -------CQ
Q<
Wq-tb roody wtwn you ttfol
«ddIo bogs, accosaorios.
■el
occossorios. S10O-S1SO,. iSTORM DOOR UNIT 35;9.950,
~
Call 733-6760._________
C
o
llin
g
f
a
n
.
3
6
’
a
n
d
a
H
ARI Call 736-8463.
POMERANIAN pops, AKC,
•
Storm
/aeraan
door,
30V
1990
1 poity fomalo. 2 molos,
<VRLEY D A VID SO N ,
los! B O S T O N TE RRIE R fo-•
Call 733-6034.
S14,£
Cato I Cuddty! 736-0136
990, FXLRC, low milos,
136
malo puppy or odult want- .
;i4,500.00.Call 324-2730.
1
od. a lso largo aquarium1 T-POSTS
1
- traotad p o a t & HARL
ROTTWEILER/LAB mix.
' •
a n d airline doo konnol..
m atal gataa. Plooao call
Horl
maJo. I201bs, Obodionco
ARLEY-DAVIOSON
'94
I H
Call 436-6063_________
2 0 8 -7 3 4 -6 3 8 2 o r
cond
trained w/oxcol. tomporaCall 7 3 31-0931
‘C
Horliago Softtail, Excol,
e x t 1 form orc Infon
(ormation or your servicc rc^
representative
516
m o n l. F o n c o d y o rd
rd ,. B O T T L E S . Jim B o o m .• . 208-733-1712.
xnd.Lowmis.
Black/rod.
Ploasocali 206-733-3885.
«5.
w a n lo d to buy, so il o r tTOYS wantod to buy. Stor HOND
516.500. Call 423-4624
A N S W E R IN G
HOME
LAWN
R O O F tN G
—
trado. Call 733-7366.
SHELTIE Purobfod pup­
W ar loys ond othor aciMin:
3NDA '91 CV-900 '
^ S E R V IC E
CONSTRUCTION
m o w in g
plos. oxc, qualliy, won­
a n c a fiction Itama. Coll
3n- BUYINQ woshofs, dryors.
Mint condition. $2500.
PROFESSIONAL
derful porjjonaiity. oasyMo
lo
733-0016 osk for U ura.
Konmoro, Whirlpool, GE
Call 736-9116
MAGIC VALLEY
ROOFINQ & C0AT1NQS
IS
ALL TRADE CONST.
TRINER'S
LAWN
CARE
uain. 206:765-6214.
working or n o t 736-4805. "
ANSWERING SERVICE
' IL U O IN ALL TRADES
733-7221 o r 328-5857
SK
T H E A D M I L L o r s l ln r
t 3NDA
? ' " -95 CBR F3. ind.
II you con grow it.
Alfordablo. compeiitivo
<
Commensal, rosidontiai.
♦Siding ♦Windows tRoofSSSQi
TOY PO O D L E Modium
IcanmowHI
'
Jm
CAMPER - Cab^jvor Alas-Sloopor, high quality.. Call
lo lm o t. o x c o l. c o n d ,
rates, paging, scrooning.
Buildup roofs. M ost minor
in g ♦ D o c k s ♦ F e n c e s
slzod. 9 mo- molo, houso
iso
kan Stylo with pump-up736-1699. ■___________
■5S00/0ffor. 734-7248
F
o
r
roasonoblo
a
reliable
oppfs, hvo operators,
leaks ropairod in 24 hrs.
♦Kitchen ♦Balh ♦Moro
broko. ♦250. 324-8943 __
top. Call 423-6892.
y
sorvico call 733-6150
TREES to tako down for
)NOA 1975 400, S500/
I 24 hra. 324-1073
Bob Walah — 686-7071
**F R E E ESTIMATES * *
YORKSHIRE dogs. Lostlin
in CARGO TRAILER G ood J tho v«x>d. Coll 734-5727,
~ROTOLU NG
Ifor, Mako good groduoau h t-Jo ro m o vicinity,.22
----- B U S IN E S S
on present, 837-4752
u s o d , w o u ld p ro fo r 14 VW
>r or Kormon Ghia.
HOME
LAWN & GARDEN
& BLADE W O RK
found 2 slill misslno. REIEto te -lo n g & 7 to 8 - high. ' '
S E R V IC E S
<
CONSTRUCTtnM
Call 837-6402
INDA1975
400. S500/
WARDIII &43-S933. _
Ploaso coll 206-677-2871: -----------------------------_
---tion
BLUE LAKES MOVnNQ
Any sizo job.
Ifor,pl Mako good graduaProlosalonal Lown Caro
TWIN FALLS
Freo ostlmotoa
A-1 ORYWALL
- \ COMPUTER MONITORS. \V ln ta g o B a r b l o a a n d
an prosont 837-4752
821
clothes. Will buy collocMovting.trimtnlng, pnjning.
P U N ROOM
DoLoy Bingham
Export honging. taping, a
_I
C ash for non wortiing,
Full aorvico lown moinio­
tors
Invoniofy & estates. _____E
Jobs to bid for Gonerals,
Call 733-2429
STEREO/RADICVCDS
IN0A3S0 Oirt biko.
^ Economy Radlo.733-9444
I
loxluring. Stnco 1978
n a n c o . Commorclal or
733-9668,733-1322 ovos.
Sub-conlroctors a SuppliCall 676-3752
Joi
Jobs large or small,
residential. E arly b ird
SAND & G R A V E L
CLA RIO N In d a s h CO,
ora. Bluoprint copies.
D, OESK-ANTIQUE roll lop »
Greg Losalng. ownor
WATER
SHARES. 10-40
^ 'NDA, 1995, C B R F3.
734-PLAN (7526).
SIS O . T a r g a 200 wall
d l « c o u n t 2 0 % o lf o n
III a n d china cabinol. Also
,
_______ 733-3579
Of
X)cc. tOK mis. 55.000.
‘
s p rin g c lea n u p s Ihru
am p. S100. Eanfiqooko
DELIVERED
1.0 m a rb lo to p f u rn ltu ro .
; NSCC for sogregoiion.
HOND>
oaso coll 208-734-0565.
___ C A R P E T
Morch. Call735-1100,
12' su b in o n c Jo su roe.. 734-3727
J Call 825-5234.
. Gravol, sand & topaoli lor
HOME
SlOO, Call 436-2169,
drivowaya, parking lola. olc.
'
600CC,
NDA. Hurjicono, '87.
C LEA N IN G
C
— 0 0 0 • W ani to givo vory d
CONSTRUCTION
LAW N&
Youcan haul 100. Cm tfS t/«a
8
2
8
K3cc,
bullet
blko,
S2500RECEIVER M itsubishi
hi
small dog a good homo. ■
NORTHWEST CO , INC
garden
'lor,678-&426.677-3714
Stoom Mothod
WR7020. S225. Sansul
ul
Profor cross brod such o s |
ALAN'S CARPENTRY
733-1234
Dry in 1 to 3 Houra
Amp, SI 50. So o o iT h10
#
Cockapoo, Shih Tzu/Poo- yv MEDICAL SUPPUES I S 5 nNDA,
HOURS 8om-6pm.
W SL70, good kids
I-T1LL4U&
(300aq.ft)
P o c k o t, 1532 Kimborly
ly
dio cross. No largo dogs
r
All Typos Construdlon
to.
S400.00.
Ploaso
call
'
S H A R P E N IN G
Lawn
Mowing
Rd.
S39.95-Spring Spedolploaso.-Call 733-4940
Largo a Small
Wj HEELCH A IR . N oarly
8-423-6447 oltor 5 pm.
No
JobT
ooL
a^o
S E R V IC E
ProCIoan
Call 734-3244
now, S250.00, Plooao call
Or Too Small
733-6645
208-733-3269.
Pw p^8
'o "w«h wnwiMng to »«a
ntio want lo
anda people
pc
JOHN'S SHARPENING
HOME
(208) 677-2541
____ C L E A N &
SERVICE
buy_tlthar# wh«i daisinod
C
CONSTRUCTinM
.^rtltlnois6gat)ouL
I Bdvortl)
Comploto sharponing.
S PA R K L IN G
LAW N & TR EE
Carbldo a stool sawsV A S A K I,'91 .Z X -tl.
C
KAWAS
KEVCO CONSTRUCTION
Clipper sharponing-repair.
I irG ^ ^ ^ L iL 1
CA R E
nco
a
Hinos
oxhauat.
3US0
Cleaning.
Garagos,
C<
Concrolo loundotlons for
_______________________
Vonco
141 Bracken S t S
rm. Now point S4500.
hou:Attics. Bacomonta
c
convontlonal
a manufacT3M0S0 * 1-600-471-4050
iosocali 208-423-698S.
/ Now Constnjction.
Altor
Ii ro d hom os, Concroto
lu
M ow ing a odfllng. troo trim­
k f t l ']
I J
For Freo Estimalo Coll
fl
flatwork
a sepllc sysioms.
TAXPRg»ARATON
m ing, y am d o an ups.
J A , '9 5 EX 500, 800
NINJA,
FREE E st Call 733-2730,
1. Still under lull warraroaldontlaJ-com mordol,
San/or rare*/
INCOME TAX
■
niy.. Plus
Piu brond now KBC,
f ttoro it when ycu can
iO holmet-froo w/biko.
_____
HOME
IFroo o st Can 206-326-4522
PREPARA-nON
Dll• It? Piece a low-cotl
OO/oflor. Call 324-4232
Why
Allordoblo R olos
a»8lIloef ed today. 733iCONSTRUCTION
i!
LAW N AND
JACK STEVENS
n tp n m .'* .
UKI 1093 DS 80, oxc.
. I
---------------------■
^
■ • SUZUKI
garden
733-t7S6
dilion, low milos. ono
093t
I
conditio
I
BUHL 1 ml. W. or>
nm
HWY
TWIN FAL
SO U TH EflN IDAHO
tor. Coll
____C LEA N IN G
I
30. GRAND OPENIh
I
ownor.
( 734-8055.
:NING!
‘ In d o o-----------------------r C
B u ild in g & R epair
D & L ENTERPRISES
.
Fri, S o l, & Sun. Bam
6am lo
•
A
L
L
S
-.F
ro
d
a
a
a
'
.............
Now
Addilions,
Romodoiino.
304 BluoL
U K U w h aolA T V 'S .
<S E R V IC E S
N|;
■Slf)COlB32Spoclaltilng
In
Oalhroomg
t
•
jr G aro g o Salo*.
■
6 p m ,N E W & U S E
w/Iow rongo. S3495.
•P o w o r Raking ‘Tilling
DALE'S TREE UMB
□<
Doflfooms,
Roorno, &swino.
lo s
TWIN FAL
I
h o u s o h o l d g o ojd
d ie
. . u n . . . 734.3453
|
I «w /rovorso. S2395.
CHIPPING.
•Mowing ‘Hodgos ‘Moro
Mom'a Touch
nut. Sat, 0
324-6432 or 734-2124
I
Como chocJ< us11oull
•Lols or Acroaoos I w in
678-7074 or 078-0324
For muld> or disposa l
Cleaning From Floor To
A L L S -1 4 4 Wol!
CaH678
jfos
I
s h o ll,
I
China Cat Troasuros
S lu m p g r i n d o r . F ro o
Foils a No. Sklo. 324-6331
Coiling
H
Only 8-5, Camp*
------------------Ilo m s, t.all
HOME
HEALTH
UKI, DR125. 1994.
^lefBonded a Inaurod
ostlmalos. Call (206)734I
SUZUKI
Idlson
■
dothos,>11, lo ts of b a b y
I
HANSEN 3053 Addis
ICO. SUZUKI. 160,
- £A R E
LAW N a n d
274201(200)733-3123
isldontlol a Commordal
I
Avo E. (5 ml Eost ol
air condlU onor.
|
fggg®
5. 44' whoolor. S2600.
- 7r
■
man), Ffi-Sun 9-5, HUGE
HUI
^ALL
GARD EN CARE
--------------------- -------!
Both1 low
iow mis. 733-0492,
IDAHO HOME HEALTH
rything
\
S. Tho Mo
Moving Salo! EvorythI
ILLS 126 2nd Avo
I -------------AND HOSPICE
B
C
LEA
N
IN
G
*
90. across
■
but Iho kltchon cink., Fum
Fur .
M N KAWASAKI.
------ ;
PRECISION
UWN CARE
Valley OinI
VULCAI
734-4061 Twin Foils
1
HIGHUNE
■
cu f'ty ) Mogic
So
I
appls, olfico furn.,, wood
wo
3, porfoct
cond. Low
tS E R V IC E S
•Mowlnn •Trimming .Rotoil3sa from First So■
1500,
pi
436-5855 Mini-Coasla
ProIossionaITrooSon,flco
I
S lo v o . Q u a lity Stu
Stuffl
I
lo g o , wlll sta n d up
•
lin g ‘ Y ard C loan U ps
!•
m iloogj
543-2273 Buhl
Uconsod a Inaurod
4127
I
SPRINQS aCl & Sun Irom
I
Priced to solll 423^127
i lolo hoad w/any nlco
•
•Commordal •Rosidontiai
R CLEANING
SERVICE
*
fioad
Modicaro/Modicaid
Troo pmning ♦ shaping
-------* .
C o n c o1stos l 3:30pm. THE
Ing cruisor, Havo to
n . nimmofclal
r
• Rosidontiai
Ct
I
* * * * * * * * * * * *»'***’
*4
3 CRAFT
SHOW
I
looking
balondng ♦ romoval
Cortiliod/Uconsod/Boodod
I
opon. Info.
■
^ Now
, Construction
N
s a lo n S t a n d io
I
o o oJo
jo aapprociato! 720Nationally
Rocognizod
_
slumpgrtndlng
I
TWN FALLS 607 Piorc.
^ Roasonoblo Ratos
I
Homo
Hoalth Loadora
S"m
!
IW IN F Afo.736-1B95/msg.
Li
|
^302ioornovos. 324-6950,
•Free Estlm atoa*
,
Sat.. March 22. aom-4p
LA
W
N
C
A
R
E
&
F
n
a
E
a
tlm
a
ta
H
ns
■
both. S a t , :
Homo
Grown
In
Idaho
\
ATTNiCRAFTEflS
736-1166
or 637-4614
ftH A ’90 a ig B o o r
I l i a 2S64 B lzn.
I
VAMAH<
^ 7 0 6 2 • 326-4606
I
birdsll BIK
SPR
IN
K
LER
.^
■
E2-Up canopy with tarnsta/p
w/snow plow.
I
MO,0-4x4
4xJ
m dlsi
I
Clothos,Ot,
bo.9-3, No oarly
I
Amislrong aluminum
di
Call 734-3557
73fl
311 of ovorythlno,
■
S3200- C
VACUUM S A L E S
CONCRETE
HC
HOME R E P A It^
## A 4 T L A W N C A R E *
I
rm.& oxcor.
I
play panoTo w/oloc, wiring,'
wirin
books,
; v a u iVHA
H a 00, S600. Coll
C STR U C T IO N
nor;
I
hold Iloms.
I lum. darit
.
Excallbur wood bumor;
& S E R V IC E
IN
L nndicaplno. Fonclno,
JENEFIEL-S HOME CARE
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SHnjb Prunino.
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TWINFALLS
Drywail, Painllng.
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Iloms.
Call
Bruco
733-7543
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239 D uBols
MEDICAL
HA. PW 50's. 19©6,
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kltchon oppliancos, ootc.)
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543-2273 Buhl
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[ L - B BICYCLES
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I
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436-6566 Mln^Cossla
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1-600<303-0602 Idaho
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Dross a A ccossory Salem
Dm, . Sofa, tlio,
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733-927S
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'34-3557
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Wodding a Prom Ronlals 1
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TWINFALLS.
rtd tools- MOREI
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LANDSCAPING
•lost offidont oorvlco,
*
Wnool chair, commodi
25% Ofl On Invltetlona. '■
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J/a d iilt ita m a ,
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In
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SERVICE SPECIALTY
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14' Aluminum fishI
viow S o t. E a ts ls jSX
alt
a n d e a n Sorvlcos
do whoi you can'll Froo
do
Bl
Bid-Hlghost
Quality. All
vols. Shoos. An!
irallor. S850/offor
AV
IN
THIS
DIRECTORY
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TWIN FALLS.
ostlmalos!
W
no repairs: Eloctilcol.
Work
Guarantood. Local
m .8ltla, Lolalll
J
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Ham
I
stoo l, V ictorian slolgh
734-3322
days or .
R< Froo E ot 733-2735
nbInO, light ca^wnt/y,
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Rofa.
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unol«r
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734-WB1 tvoB.
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l£ B T 3 I S r a - M
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ic
yourcholeol
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(ro n
733-0906,
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TWIN F A L L t
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PIC T U R E
ORE
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I
Itoms. MUCH MORt
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A.
lamlllas everyday a n d Iha'
L
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0
0
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2
n
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S1500.
Ca
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I
from 8:30 to 6
FRAM ING
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INDITIONING
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TWIN FALLS 253 Lolsun
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120 hp inboard on
CON
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RoloUllor •Rolary Cutlor
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ad trallor. S3000.
Quality custom fmmlng
your
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,
Export
raipont
, Stovo (oloc), fishing OQub.
-Froi
:44 or 736-6048.,
SAW METAL
Front End Loader Work
Larc
Larao soioction ol moUinm.
allectlva and bring you Ihe
•
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Tc
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fi o o pick-up a dellvoty.
w
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onta
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243 6th Ave, S
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922 1i e n . Bowiidor.
(208) 733-8548
Kath;
. Whito, 120 hsp.,
, , Commo
flthyBarkman-734-6030,
(0 T ow no). 736.7368
(Old
7 3 3 -0 9 3 1
» n d ., $8500. 543w
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oxcol. cond
_ _ _ _ _ _ 2907of Itor
t or (6p.m. or wknds
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736-0054
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FORD '84 F-350, VB, 4
spd.. stool bod, 55000/Timi
Can 423-6722 or
734-7223
T k M > ^ ,T w k iF-ia
ibi,, Idlho M
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= 0R 0 '8 5 Bronco II XLT GEO,
0 , T racker LSI. 1990. SUZUKI
Kl, Sldoklck, 1095.
V- , AT, AC,oxcol. inlorlor.
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4X4..
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C A D IL L A C '8 4 S; o v lllo ,
O N B R I D) G( E ^
<4. excel, cond, AT AC, 4x4 26IB o b b y W o lf f
26K mis. 511,800. F O R O ,'91 Aorostar
A
7- m iles. Roducod 10
van,
$2600 Call for moro
r
74K
niiihi
InI Iho oxtros. Lots of luni pioa^n;oe-j
call 208-423-5311,
AT. G-cylAC
S:
53999,
Call 735-0498
Call
08-733-1109,
ail 7734-7008 evenings.
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inilos. 7CN003A —
"He who fearsj hc
FORD -m Rangor XLT btl.
F(
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'68
Bronco
V-8,
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7
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88
do
he shail suffer, alC
'87
Suburban
Siorra
N ORTn
o j,a ,A ' AC, CO, au lso . midniofil
AC, 4 opd. Cloan.
350
1
ready sujfers whc
lom# F o rt
tho o xtras, nci,
Incl.loathor.
•0. fully
loodod! 57,600 W P I f !
what hc fears."
A K 75
bluo, by ownor 734-4329,
55
55300. 536-2332. days or
CalM
:o i 734-3811
^43-3328
Excol. cond. Coi
7
ill 423-6459,________
— M o n ta ig n e
V A 9
;
536-6174 ovos.
--------FORD
- 1969 F150, XLT C ___
...............................
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CADILLAC - Floolwood,
Floe
♦ J G 5 4 2
'
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': '94 Suburban 4 '90
cylindor. AC. cruiso, 85K c•ORD
q,
^ovy e x tra c ab. High h h | | |
Sllhouoito mini
1 9 8 6 . o v o ry
r y o p tio n ,
A J 8 3
'93 F-250 XL supor
Chov
m il o s , A1 c o n d illo n .
II825-5635.
*d, only 32,000
oxcollorti. Call
82i
Jhway milos. low prlco.
••W est’s prc-e
cab 4X4, AT. 8 cyl., AC,
■ e - e m p t m a d e t h e W E SIT
T
5C500. Call 837-4700,
EA ST
1113;
324-4552 or 324-2724 H M j J
tilt, cruise, AnVFm cass.,
Call
tn im p finesse oogi
C A D IL L A C , 1993
19!) vory
g a i n s t E a s t a b ig
a 3
A Q 02
;FORD 1075 now llros, ox- bodiinor,
bod cap, Cloan
,
^
f a v o r it e ,” anno
i ’83 VovoQor
h i c o , a o d a n doV
d i lllo .
C
1994
4x4,
crow
cab
in o u n c e d S o u th ,
v K Q
QJ 1 0 8G4 V 2
p ic k -u p , 5 1 4 .9 0 0 , Call
H .„ii
to n d o d c a b , fia t b o d ,
II 733-2363.
ACLowm°l?oS 1 5.900.C all73;
ally, loadod, oxc, con“Htjwevcr, I didn’i
d n ’t w a n t t o l o s e lo
* 9
3 2 4 -1 1 1 9 da ys or 324S2QOO/offor, For moro
♦ K Q 10 8 3
1750, ovos.
corxl. 324-3253
days or 734-3750,
ion, 30K milos, $24,000.
a singleton queen
Je n w i th W e s t , ”
* Q 1l o0 7 2
Inlo, call 654-2260 aftor 5.
♦ KG5 4
M III
l" ;d o y s 737-2154 or
“You didn’t," aa n s w e r e d N o r t h ,
I. '87 Voyogor.
CARS UNDER
ER S
S200I
4-4441 a llorepm .
K JJH P
O R D '94 F150 4x4. shortSOUTH
f^ R D , '7 6 . ru n s g o o d ,
. 5 spd, giooi
Vohiclos auctlonoc]
“In ste a d , you lost
onodoHby
lo s l l o a n i m p o t e n t
b o x . r o g u la r c a b . AT
looks good, duol tonks,
XX). 823-4310
IRS, OEA. FBII ruiikmvido,
riati
A A J 10 g 8 4
sL”
q u e e n w ith EasL"
w /o v o rd rlv e. real work
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5 1400, Also 390 & 460
3-4635
ovos.
Trucks,
boats,
fur
s.
furniluro.
:
.
'93
3500
Dually
4x4.
H
m
U
V
7
5
3
truck, oxc., only 14.000
,'
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ongino, Engino inslnllo"'r
ir a b l e p r e - e m p t a d ________ ___
computers, and Imorol
♦ A 7
mllos. 511,500. 037-9051
'"“rsol.• AT. 8-cyl. AC. Iiii.
lions ovail, 206-734-0000.
vGrtised a very■lor
lo n g s u i t , s o S o u t h
....
Call toll froo.
7-c
J. 7-days,
liso,
______________
Hs
Hagorman
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‘ PS.PB .PW .PL,
♦ A 9
k n e w en o u g h ttoo e( x p e c t W e s t lo
CO, 6WI024C,
6\
7 Ext,
S16.4S8
K jia m
I, '91 Voyogor
l-800-39e-4247
Ex 2006
C
QMC
'7 0 C u sto m V-8, ^ O RD 1 9 9 2 F 350 XLT,
Mtn
Homo
Ford
Ml
h o ld d istrib u tio
n
I o n a l v a l u e s . C o r - V u l n ej rr aa b i c ; H oth
Runs good. Good liros.
r,, cab. diosol. AT, 56K,
snnaoo w c ab
c h e v y a s I lo
800-743-3326
crow
B
i
rcctly , South playi
la y e d W c s t t o h o ld D e a l e; nr N o rtli
4 spd.. AC.
51600/offor, Trallor, s»8'
virti
wtiilo. 517.700,536-5179.
a s in g le to n tru
53QQ/olfor. 733-6781
___
Must soli
r u nm p . H a d S o u t h
.............
GMC, t ton, '05. 4X4, low
18-5220.
c a s h e d bolh high
g h it r u m p s , c x p c c l - T h e blid
id ed in g ;
cQMC'OOV,ion.52000, Call p o f
350, 4 spd.
ORD, '94 Exploror 4x4,
™is- Flalbod.
Fi
in g a 2-2 break, he
h e w o u ld h a v e h a d „
’•••
CHEVY '89 y. Ion 1pickup.
324-3003.
at
300,
CHEVY,
'84,
V.
■
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V
H
H
AT.
6
-cyl,
AC.
till,
cruiso,
J-^SOO
> E a s t S o u th W c sl
n o c h a n c e . F our
o u r lo s e r s w o u ld
„
54000/offor. •
'on,, 4X4.350.
4X
4 spd, FiaiIN T '7 5 '1 0 whooior. twin
^PW. PL. AM/FM, coos,
P a.ss
I A
3V *
h a v e b een unavoid
'o id a b le .
1.52000. Call 825-4275 R W W
6WI018A SrZ.e33
•»d.52
scrow w /20' IMCO llvo
P a.ss
4 A
A ll p ;iss
U n fo rtu n ately
irw f • h tp tl ll
.............—
Mtn Homo Ford
.
Ely,, S o u l h d i d t h e
b o tto m b o x , 5 S 0 0 0 .
;.
Jimmy.
1993,
SLT.
^
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nm
c
j
u
m
p
o
v
erc
a
ll
800-743-3326
n e x t w o rst thing,
or. 733-S56t.
C H E V Y .'O S C
C oom o ro
Roady lo go. 734-7285
ng. H e w on dum 01, cond. 4,1 lilor V6.
m y 's h e a r t acc■“an" d c a s h e d d u m - o p e n i n g
. —I
coupo. 5-spd., 6-cyf.
6-q AC.
__________ 11!________ full pov
power, loathor soals,
INTERNATIONAL '71
----n g le a d ; l l c j i r t k in g
If
)2 0
till, cruiso. ABS.
IS. AM/FM.
A
.............
CD player.
pia;
Tow pkg, Orlg.
m y ’s trum p kingg _bib c f o r e t a k i n g t h e
ton flalb od , ru n s woll.
LTA012A.
-OR SALE
c ass. alarm. SLTA<
ior.
514.500,
FORD.
^
^
^
B
3RD
.
'9
4
Exploror
Ltd
tr u m p finesse. Th
T h e fin e sse w on,
n ,,
extras. 733-6543/420-S773
—
I
512,988
B8
igor.
1986.
V6,
5
spd.
B
B
B
B
ID
W
ITH
T
H
E
A
C
E
S
1
x4
.
AT.
6
-cyl.
AC,
lill.
b u t it w a s not en'
e n o u g h . If S o u th
Mtn Homo»Ford
For
. c a b . H as boon 10- B i M i l l i
ISUZU '92 PU. Extro cob,
cru
;ruiso.
ABS,
PW,
POL,
“
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OJ 2' n
d re w E a st’s last:t tr
3326
t r u m p , h c w o u ld
c ru ise, canopy, 56300,
6E>
IEX026A Sr7.B33
P ^ l"n*t 'o d w /m a ic h ln g M M M M
S$850/o1Ior.
lo s e tw o hearts,. a c l u b a n d a d in ,
Mtn Homo Ford
“ ^ ipor
P ? ' sholl. Must sool B p M M M
Pioaso cali 208-326-GS83.
os. wookonds. ..............................
h o ld s ;
—
00,Can20B-324-11G7,
m ond. A nd whenn hh( ! t r i e d l o r u f f a
800-743-3326
5 62K origiE
l.c
U
.
ROU,
MD. rent or snap with a iM M lln w
............................. Buy. tea.
h e a r t In dummy,
1008
I ___
y , IE a s t s c o r e d a n
nnnri Klirn
n a l m ilO S. OXC. C
4H1oded.733-093l.
p jllliijU
734-6390,"
o v erru ff for the san
TRUCKPARTS
FOR
0° o , o S . S
SI2.500.C ai73«
) R D .'9 5 B ronco XLT. sam e o n e dow n,
♦ K Q in 8 3
I
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A
C
C
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S
SO
R
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S
AT
T h e winning mo
J
.
42K
m/OS,
516,950.
IH
1973
5
avomossaflo,
m o v e is lo ta k e a n
73 Scout. 43K oiiginai L L | i i m
* K G 5 4
■
Cal,
:all 324-5748 loavo msg.
mJos,
im m e d ia te trump
s, V
VB. AT. exc. shapo.
lip If i n e s s e a t t r i c k
itaUon
Wogon
O
O
D
Q
E
,'8
8
Dlpli
D
iplom at,
OMC
1
9
7
8
p
a
rtin
g
o
u
t
------.............................
1
ownoi
mor. Coli 423-4247.
■ ■ ■ ■ ■
tw o . "When it winj
S o u th
v in s . S o u t h g iv e s
lill,AM/FM
S, PB. 8 pasAT.8-cyl.AC,tl!l,A
ovorylhing. Call 324-7640. pQp,
•HD. '9 5 F150 XLT/long ISUZU
'8 Trooper Umilod.
W e s t a h e a rt trick
llo
'Uros. S1500.
c o s s . io w m ll
o s. one
ic k b u t h e r e t a i n s
>^
J '88
B jiiM p
ox
4
x
4
.5-spd,
B-cy1,
AC,
2
6
lilor
IHC,
'7
3
,1
7
0
0
Load
Slar
?
IH
S2.S6g
1-5254
ownor.
P747A.
Si
ilor.
5
spd.
4X4.
Exc.
c o n t r o l . If W est
st l e a d s a t h i r d ^ ^
>
If, cruiso.
PS.PB .PW .pl
cond1 , ;5S500/orrer. Call B S i Z u
AUin good shapo. Will soil
'
U tn H o m t'Ford
For
h e a rt, dum my rulTs
u ff s w i th t h e k in g ,
Rtviora, 65K................ 800-74W1326
326
M ^.ca saP D 2 3 iJ4 ,afl3
736-02
ail o r p art. 52800. 215
•0206. 731-0208 or
■ T E JT
a n d a n o th e r trum
i m pp f i n e s s e p i c k s ^ W S W/ E lR : T h r e e s p a d e s . A l m o s t
I o s ,e x c e l.
.............
i,
Idaho
Sl, Gooding. ID or
M tn H o m eFord
733-812
®’29.
f l j W 'f f H J
all 431-5753,
—-----------------------u p th e trum p suit.
( f W c s t d o e s n ’t '^ ’O f th a Ile a p t o g a m e . H o w e v e r ,
800-743-3326
-----------call
c 20B-934-S897,
il. (I
—■ ' ■
DODOE, Aries. 1987.4
1987 dr,
.............
JE E P'84
'8 4 Wagonoor. 83K
e x i t in h e a r ts . So
S o u lh ru f fs o n e
N o r th sh o u ld a c c e p l t h e in v ita ^
-onlury LTD.
AC. PB . AT, vory
very good
Runs S looks good ■■■■■■■£
h ig h himself.) This
1009
I FORC
I
'h is l i m i t s S o u l h ’s t i o n if h e h a s t h e " r i g h t ” h a n d .
:ol. cond. Intiros. Good gass miloogo.
mil
RD. 1096 F-250 ExcolS 3 05/o»or.
^oi
208-734-6124. ■ W M I
nl longbod.
powor stroko -----------4 X 4 ’S
lom
I
lo s e rs to a h eartt ai
>00.7S4-2563
Ploaso call 2M-324,
a n d o n e t r i c k in
-324-9704.
4X4
X4. A C. CO & extros, JEEP,, '78,
'7f C-J7. 304, VQ.
e a c h m inor, bringir
ri(urtl«>«Ul T1.rA.vv i'O lUil lilrj,
Cf
I g i n g h i m 10 w in CHEVY 7 5 Blazor Noods
177.000
c
m iles. 526.000.
AT, hare
u rd lop. 2 ,5 ' llll. Alun e r s a n d gam e and
m d ru b b e r.
bo d y w o rk , N o w tiro s,
Pioa
jm w h e e ls , 55500
loaso call 208-725-7772.
minum
S2250, Call 734-7205
_____
____________________
firm. Ploaso
Plo
call 208-324/V ^ w f
RD. Bronco. 1989, Ed3511I ddloys or 208-324C^
CHEVY
7 6 V. ion, 4 X4I
Q O L F C L U B S .K ii
0 B a u o r. V8 , AT, iow
3487 ovo.
ovi Ask for Bron,
|L?1
“ I SPUD BED. '90 Farmbod.
3350 . now t/ans.. aJiornaS n akos. 1 yr. old. oxc
oxco? I
I
is.
L
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Oon
678Tppt,
lor
soil u n lo a d o r. 4 2 '. 36*
lc & botlory. Runs good.
, ^T
C herokee Larodo,
oC ; I
AVIATION _ 1
cond. $500 or bosiI olf
176
or
438-8062
homo,
boll, gos a oloc, 526,5005:
5200(Vqllor. Call 734-0065
\T . 89.900 mis. AC. l l = ^ = :
Ploaso call 208-734-95<
/olfor. 537-0915,
—
AIRPLANE HANGAR In
----------------0. 4,6
RD.F-150,1984.351W ,
sloloo
4 lllor ongino,
CHEVY77Vilonshonbox.
, '8 4 5 spd, oxtro
E eC S^^S !
I
Buhl for salo, Ploaso call
. Groat
cond. S799S. ’TOYOTA'84
G'
TRAILERS. F lalbod Irlr.
6 lift, dual shocks, brush
6"
, s p d , F r o s h m oior &
910
208-543-5206,
Joor canopy, rool
1 9 3 4 QH
;ocall208-735-1294.
cab. 3 doot
ms, PS . PB, 53800/Oft
guard
, roll bar. chromo
___
sot. Good cond, 510,000.
9'
-------------------------ra c k , ch
[ T O A V E L T R AJ IR^B
'
h ro
r o m e w h e e ls,
M iiTA,(£inai
Cail 208-543-0997,
grills,
KC lights, log lights
^ona
—,
Ploaso cali 208-537-6977,
O'
Chorokoo. '8 4 ,107K
NiCEl S3.5C
3.500,352-4207
W rU LiW
I
« cgamaoB,
I u n MOKi n n Dint nuT
nuTi
r
s
r
I
1002
* o x tra s . S5400/ol}or. p o RRD,
n F-150, 1994. XLT,
A IRSTREA M 1985. 3;
4 C
cyl. AT. S3400. ----------------WHITE
1988
cabiovor
wilh
c
Call
324,6617.
in?to' I
A tr r o PA R TS &
ext, cab,
AC, oloctfic hllch. dinot
'147 evos.orwknds. TOYOTA -- 1987
1
« mis. Excelloni cond,
733-714,
60
sorlos
Detroit
motor,
9
_
_
'S :
L ^ c c k s o r i ^
color TV. oxc. condltlc
I wilh sholl. groat
*i
HEVY, SLE Suburban
,
J
spdtrans. 514,050, 2 -4 0 ' CHEVY
CH
'83
4x4
standard
iN '92 SE-V6, 4x4.
ronditlon'tn
S13.000. Coll 734-122
n insido ond out.
I
« 4,. loadod, Plooso call
;’ 231,
*ENOINES*
hay tra ilo rs a n d dolly,
dl
diosol,
4 dr. good shapo.
c a b , PS . PB, SR 5pkg;A
'
3: AC.
PS. crulso.
420-0771 or7S8-8035.
soo ot 208-670-9455.
{ J J aIded
-t
54.
59995. Call 324-6747
5!
55900,
Coll 733-1109.
Davo Bonnott Pro built 454T . sholl. linor, low
sunrool. lilt. lumbar buckPitiltai%iasSital
itaiaB03TarflMUsmDt*0aRrp>rsiiiwe
lUMSBCoa
427-383-350. LonQ blocks
C O A C H M A N 4 0I'• 5 1h
511.500.536-2582
ot s e a l ss, . ss te r e o c a s s .
trlrttiwyteia.:
« . in iw m w a c « i w
CHEVY'8flw/campor
sheiJ.
FORD
^D,
F
-1
5
0
.
1094.
oxowifig
n
w
avail.
In
B(jhl.543^
i
.
w h o o l, Immoc. Towli
■O'1007
I 90K m is ,, g o o d c o n d .
Kor. 733-2977.
KJ '0.1
V ,.„K 4X4.
*v.. ____________
58750/olfor.
lond(
Idod cab. XLT. loadodi NISSAN,'
N,
84. X-cab.
hardwnfti. S9K. 788-12:
trucks
I J 57800,
7
Call 324-7975
55K
T A IL G A T E f o r '8 8 - 91 61 1
vtUboourbosiJUM
K imllos. Forost Groon,
5 spd., 51800,
51
IHC. 70.1
WiyearwtUt)
8. 18'.
Chovy pickup. StOO, ]93
'93 CHEVROLET. 1981 ono- CH;
GOLDEN. NuQflot 78.
Ii
.000. Cali 200'670-8343,
Ion. 4I ssp| d , 3 9 2 . 2 sDd,
Ctas4inod.73
1733-0931.
{ ^ ^ 7
CHEVY'89 Ext Cab, V. ton
j/oloct
Chovy S -10 tallgalo. 575,
solf-contolnod, gas/olo
F l a tb o d , 5 1 4 0 0 . T f^voT a.. '9
-o4 4X4. Extra
ton 'd u a iiy ' vory g o o d
Si
Silvorado
PU. longbod , FORD
J
ID, F-150, XLT, 1094.
R iotO H
1-7789
’93 Camaro from bumpor.
sioopa 6.52700.733-771
c a
condillon. Now tiros, RoM
i soo. Call 733-6563,
Musi
oxt.
, V6 , AC. Fociory
824-3900
I, ci a b , buckol s e a l s . -------------------5100, '9 3 Firebird Ifonl
00 - BCI SOOTH UllCOUI. JEMME
M£____
5'’'
contly ovoihaulod, Soo al —
IDEAL. 1969. 19W, to
warranly,
5
1 pkg. Bodiinor £ sido OLDS•94
'94 Bravada Cusy. 516,000.
Call ^--------------------tonbumpor. SlOO, Ford ’/4ton
>0"
2381 Elizabeth • ask lor CHl
CHEVY'91 S-10. G ro o n i
JSnnc
do m oxio. 51200/offo
324-1163
3 or
ot 420-9193.
mors. 2 lono. 47Kmis.
lom, lOOK
lOO mi warranly.
'offor.
4X4 whools. rings, conJim 733-9633,_________
wl
whilo. E xtended cob. S
Qfin
Noottewyk.208-32(M2:
ig. o w n er, 51 7 ,5 0 0 ,
Only 34K
341' mis, Assumo
3-4237
lors & tiros. 5250. 'B8-'93
s p d .. 40K m is . . S h o ll
pmas
lose call 208-774-2254.
loan. Call
Cal 734-9438
—
Chovy Choyonno grlii|&& CHEVY 1 9 5 4 . 4 d o o r. 1
1| 0 1 0
I
w /carpol pkg bodllnor. _____
JA Y C O ’86 Tonllrnllo
raiior. •- iigtits, 575. '07-'96 Ford
3rd
ton, long box, 4 5 4 , AT.
no
■J & B U S E S
^ H H B
now tiros, lots ol oxtros, FORD
>D, R angor. '85. vory S O F T T C
Excol. condillon. S2495.
O P lo r C J-7 or
p ic kup iQli llQhls. SSO,
iO,
cruiso, air, 54.500 or bost
S1
S15,000/nnn.
736-7628,
good
: Coll 734-5329 ____
jdcond,S4l25,P
loo50
W
rangle
DODQE'835.350
5 .:
'88-'97 Chovy loll tail light.
Iht.
ollor, Call 200-654-2122,_____ ___
Ram van,
1208-736-1920.
ironsido
Ido
m
odol
lor
uso
p
c
p
n
a
r
550- '87-'96 Ford taligalo.
A C .cass.,aulso. ^ ^ B M
CH EV Y 9 4 S u b u r b a n
—
K m 9 9 2 .2 9 '.slo o p 3 0n-1.n
i
--------------------------------- wilh full
t molal doois, inJll
$3500
’
Cali
!fCHEVY,
7
5
.
1
ton.
flQibod,
5150. •87-'96 Ford pickup
Call 733-77B9.
Silvorado, Loadoflll 350 FORD,
o xc. condillon. soIOoi
ID, crow c a b .'97. brand c lu d o IS
s i a il h a r d w a r e , ____________
og AT, 4 5 4 . S 1 7 0 0 . 0 0 .
V- V -8. AT. low m ile a g e ,
roar bumpor, 575, •00-'96
new.
u sod. S9SOO. 543-5070
». powor stroke, load- Doson Ilai
lan. also bikini top FORD. Aorooi
Ploaso call 206^23-5415.
Ex
•rostar.1986.AT.
____
Ford sliding roar window.
Excol. cond. Must so e.
odiI S53 3 .5 0 0 /o lle r. Call and bool
301 bag, 5500 now.
AC. o x c o i. c o n d ilio n .
KIT COMPANION 199
1994
5 3 5 ,'7B-'79 Fofd pickup
up
.............
52'
526,995, Call 726-8069
734-8
J-8526 or 734-5818.
all lor 520
5200,734-9658.
Ploaso
call
2'
alI208-734-7908.
2 7 ' com plotoly loadoc
Idod.
OfH'. 535, '79-'85 Dodgo
00 CHEVY. '93 S-10. X-Cob. HhE
CHEVY. '79. PW. PD. PL _ _
2467
D50 ioflfondor. 53S, Cali
Likonow. 702-755-246:
5 -sp d . 4 :c y l, A C, P S . aA?C . 3 5 0 . r e a l c lo a n l
H p
324-45S2 Of 324-2724. “II
_
AM/FM.
cass.
7X18025N
^
KIT, *71,18' soll-conininot
$ 10,688 ■ _ S3300, C0I12Q8-677-2665.
flos/oloc. roofor, sloops
»psc!
( TIRES • (4) Y o k o h am 1a ,9
Mtn Homo Ford CHE
CHEVY,'9 3 ,0x1. cob, loadB s
I
oxc cood S3000 7 3 3002,
8^
3 1 X 10.5/15 truck tiros.
800-743<}326
OdI
odi Groat cond. Must 800
-----$100, Call 734-6429.
—
to
K O M F O R T '8 6 35'51
■'Slh ------------------------------------to a p p ro c la to l P lo aso
B 8
w hool. Good cond.I. ExEi VW 1968 Baja lor p a rts.
call736-9116or73t-0365,
■ x
60
5 3 0 0 or bosi olfor. Call CHEVY, 1084 PU. V. ton
troalSSOOO 735-8460
w/5on/lco body. V8. AT. CHE
^ E V Y , 1977 PU, 4X4
B S
— 324-9514.
T o y o ta P ic k u p w m
h e s
_
oxcol, cond, 54900, Call
ss hh o r t b o x . 3 5 0 , A T , B y m
KO»j!FORT LITE, '01. 15
-I
431-5434 or 678-3409,
soU conlalnod, gas-oloc
53000,00,208-324-5393.
K jC j
M8^' I
1005
I
rotflg. S2400. 423-4938.
DATSUN - 1979 for salo, CHE
—
I A N TIQ U EA U T O S
:HEVY, 1906. V. ton, 4X4 | £ £
LAYTON. '93 Slh whool
S800 or bosi offor. Coll
w/s
ioi
I & CO LLECTIBLES5
w/sorvlco body, 6.2 dio1 D o d g e V a n n u T in
J
934-5793,
sol
traJlorwlth6footlip-oul.
so l, a u to , oxcol. co n d .
H jlW
512,000.00.208-543«Mfi
Ploaso coll 208H |l |
a r ------------r r r m -----------^ 0 ' Aulo Storogo or ote. 2 car
s56500.
ei
431-5434 or 208^78-3409,
gorogo. 18X24' for ronl.
)l- DODQE,'92 Ram Chargor. —
MOHTEREY’9318fL,trail
WUI7 3 3 -3 9 1 4 or 7 3 4 -2 2 5>3
3
AB. 8-cyl. AC. P S . PB. CHE
'HEVY, 1995, hoavy duty E m 5
o rb y k ll.L ik o n o w
F o rd E sco rt waaoraiA
7628
Of wookonds,
PW. PL. AM/FM, c a s s ,
V. ion,
1i oxt, cab. 4X4. Sii- i i n S
sesoo/nrm . Call 736-762(
y.
74
Cloanl 6RA022A S10.8S3
vvor
o rad o pkg. M aroon & ■ in n ii
r
;
r
c
h
e
v
y
’57
BolAIro
(2)
PROWLER, '83, 25', 2 dr
^
Mtn Homo Ford
silvi 454, AT. 73K mis.
silvor.
liM
If,;
door
hard
tops,
Nood
total
Roar both. bdrm. Now 20
“
800-743-3326
Har to find, nood to soli
Hard
,5 5
rosloraiion, E. on Foils to
““ '
I
8 8 M
ow^lfig. 55995.734-5789.
M e rc u ry T o p g x rw ai
right oway. Call Jason al
H il!
3434, thon N, up Iho lono
678-5777 or436'0542,
to brown houso, aflor 5 or
PROWLER, 28’ Royal DoDo
crowookonds 51200/ollor.
luxo, twin bodo. microIHEVY, Sllvorado, 1082. ^ H |
w d v o . A C . a w n in o ,
4X4, now Irons. 350 on- B H H
IQ®' FORD '5 8 4 door cuslom,
■ m
m
7 5 Ui nr c o l n M a r i e I V w » a
T ub/show or.. dl3l doors,
gino. excol, shapol 53500, U P j f f
292 ong. All original. Runs
oxtra oxua doon. sloop 6.
Ploaso coli 208-678-8066, H I M
good. 51500/oflor. Cail
p hono and cablo roody.
IOO NOT MClUDf UX, < • TTTUm
825-5400
oftor
6pm,
Bost 1884 around, 57300/
lODGE '85 4x4, Pow er W W t i
M Jua DOC f g o r «rv.
■ B S U >iUr<tIil<CRlsi<AWFllC«
o«ar. Call 423-4700, ___
Rom,, % ton, short box. 4
LINCOLN, C o n tln o n to i.
spd manual, 6 cyl. runs
I C .::
((Qf.
1978, T o w n C o u p o , in
n TIMES C W SSIFIE D
RANCHO 'C9. 5500/cflor;
preal. S370Q, B37-4696
^ H |
l r,’
0°°^*
53500.
a ls o a ’72 tr a v o i irr lr
e
;
208-734-5538 —ODQE '96 CC dually 4X4
’
2151dahoSt, Ooodlng, ID
t2QO/otfor. 326-6644
m S t M
d r i vV E T H E S E F O R
—
orcail208-934.5897.
FORD, 79 . y. ton, 464 barw/al o ptions, S25.700.
w/all
M M
. . -.
ROAD R A N G E R '85 5th
rol. AC, cruiso. oxtra cab.-----Call
Call934-8345.________
iOut Why itoro II whon you can"
wKool. 29' wilh Of wlihout
52000, Can 206-423-5205. ------^ni
sell II? Place a low-coBi1 —
sfitloalq ^
^
FORC
'8 9 G M C tow pko. Coll
^ D '83 F-250 XLT 4X4.
cloatilied ad today. 733>
I B
'AitMitlcTittt. <SDnndaP
734-6200 for shoJng.
.............
44 66 00 . AT, c r u ls o . a ir . I* - "
_
0531 proM 2.
FORO, '93 Ranoor 4x2, 5- male
Tialchlng sholl. bod liner. R Z Z
TERRY ’S5 29'. twin bods,
jds, _
s p d , 4 - c y l . A M /F M ; S5,8(
a,BOO/otlor.Call 736^108 H P
sto ro o . mlcrowavo, TV.
6RA028A j ^ e a a
-------TV. I
1006
AC. Many oxtras. Excol. I
M tnH om eFord
FORD
w 11»Ckn Um IWl, 11i%AJ>
3RD '85 Bronco II XLT
^ B j|
SE M I a h e a v y
cond. $8900. 734-8943
800-743-3326
V-6,/
'•6, AC. AT. PS, PB. AskI
EQUIPM ENT
.............
ing
5
ng 53900.
733-6664
B B T !!
TRAILER-travoi. 21 ft. oxc.
“ f- CHEVY Sorvico Truck
8 5 C hiry
r s le r S th A v e hum
condttlon, roar bunk bods,
ORD'88F150XLTVO,
^ U |
Minor Big 40. woidor/flon. FORD, 1963 PU. Nood a FORC
56500. 733-S435,
prolocl? 3 8 0 o n g in o . 4
PPW
W .P L .c r u is o A C . B S
___
Acoloiono tanks. Air comspd. Noods worh. $200,00
90K
SOKmls. E xcel, co n d . I ’ _
)4’’,
p ro sso r, tool box. oloc.
8 1 O l d ssrm o b ile R e g e n c y kva
&7A
TRAVEL TRAILER. 34
/oflor.
Call
206-678-3029,
586C
5S600
423-5960
ovos.
hydraulic, ovorhood hoisL
quoon bod. rofrlg. AC, ml!
mlnd,
55900/offor, 734-7791
c ro w o v o . oxcol. cond.
FOHD. F-250. 1989. XLT, FORO
3RD ‘91 Exploror Eddio
rd M u s ta n g II ZA9M0IN
678-7074 or 678-0324.
in
k
n
to™
Imi
11 AP
AT,
Excol,
cond,
56995,
Bauc
Sauer
pkg,
Loadod.
62K
FO R R E N T OR LE A SE
w istu
'
Ploaso call 208-734<3287. mis.
nis. 512,950. 734-8430
■ ■ ■
— 1 JD 844 3 yd. O p o ra to r
8 3 Fc
Ford E sco rt aomzw
opUonBl. C all32<W 47
I U nU TY T IL E R S
^
FR E IQ K nJN E R '87 C.O.
8 3 O l d .(m
n o b ile D e lta 8 8 r7o«o
»40
O PEN ROAD 1 9 7 0 .2!6',
6 ', 400 B .C ,4 ,13 spd. 3 axlo.
ofl- S10.500. Call 733-1554
Mtf-contoinod, 52400/offI
"W im «N api
I PUVIOUSIYow roo VDOOU, OULC.
or. Coil 643-6595.
-C.
I
_
HUNTER SCISSOR llll, 21’
K. n a TOTAI rUtOU H P tK t Of 110V
4
I0V4
:
Ion platfomi, 37* width, oloc.
m y PATMMTt o r 0 4 ^ DOIS NOT
PU B E D . 8 ' consirucllon
P>n(nfcninE^;2Uan<Tiw.tli%Ai'
i%APn.(VC m
CNCLUMTAX,**!
» Tmi m o« M A in DOC r n Of 179.
179.
DS, porfoct cond. S4000. Call
tra llo r w llh tool boxos.
PiTionn n m n u mu FUi Uit 1
MOOCASHCM^
ITMM w w rr DOWN. ».»S% AH..35
53. 431-5434 or 678-3409,
5350. Coll 206-730-4953.
VBOOMATTMISnOCl.
TRAILER. Car hauler, 16’,
S’. LOADERS & GRADERS
1 9 9 5 S T A R C R A F T TRAI
U V E L T R A tU R
oloc. brakos. radio! tiros,
OS, Clark 45C 2 yd. loador, Col
f im i I. tm im u o o , R U u r a m tita
n t a o ra .u tfA B .m P B ,
m rM K t
bran d now . S149S. Call
:all 922 1 3/4 yd, loodor, 743
RRUot, locamvE cvn, Exmj T
TflfliniB
B
ooTiiiaTaL
«mYi »mti *Tw
678-7074 or 678-0324.
Bobcat Loador. Minlaturo
~ QoJion 503 Grador, ail hySELUN 6 P R I C E ... C O
U TILITY T RA ILER . 16’ droiic, oxc. condi,. Intor- t
h o a v y d u t y f la t b o d“ ,• n o tio n a l D um p T ru ck .
'
$200p^ffof. 543-6348. _ 3208 C at Engino. 5 4 2
^ 1 2 , 9 2 2 ’* ' 2
QDokrDccFitPiiettaKSiBCia
■ S T fl
■
Transmission w/o rovors'PiunsSMtfiiSMiuflccnjiFHUtaiSDBii
Biftttw t w i i n w iniitag»tiAC$ttp»
■
Iblo snow plow. Dodgo 1
I
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m ust so o . 54700/o(lor.
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2488 oflor Cpm.
825-5750.
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734-8232 oflor 4:30 pm.
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mla.. 515.995. Days. 326----4369 or ovea. 543-6683
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515,S00/otlor. 735-1294
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Tako ovof lo st yoor ot
le a s e . C all 7 3 3 -9 2 4 2
days, or 423-9039 ovos.
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733-5802.__________
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d a n , g o o d c o n d . ru n s
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w o ^ m n u m n n u j ^ unu
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professional sales staff. T
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