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Valley ta n k e d in
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The Tlme»Wewi______
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TW IN FALLS - A lo c al engineering
$ 2 7 2 ,6 1 2 ju d g m e n t
firm h a s w o n aI SJ
h ydroelectric developag ainst a troubledi h>
on the develc r - allowing it toI foreclose
for
o p e r ’s la n d n e a r th
tl e S n a k e R iv e r at
A uger Falls.
la st week, Sth
In a ju d g m en t signed
sig
iniel M eehl ruled that JD istrict Jud g e Danie:
entitled to foreclose on
U-B E ngineers is ent
d
m
aterialm
an’s lien for
its m echanic’s and
services rendered1to C ogeneration Inc.
)ng fig h t.” said J-U-B’s
“ Il’s b e e n a long
m H
a tto r n e y W illiam
1 o llifie ld , o f Twin
ahead w ith the forecloFalls. “W e can go) ah
sure, o r wait ^ d see w hat h appens.”
thirds, o f J-U -B’s judgR o u g h ly two-thir
m e n t- S 1 8 2 .4 4 I0-- iis p rin c ip a l and the
Dverall, th e company is
re st is interest. Ove
e n title d to collect:t th
tl e full am ount along
w ith “interest at the h ighest legal rate ...
until fully paid."
ly
S a lt L a k e City Ib u s in e s s m a n Steve
;n e r a tio n ’s p re sid e n t.
H a r m s e n , Cogene
tip u la tc d ju d g m e n t as
d e s c rib e d th e stipi
“self-explanatory.”
f.”
“W e breached an
an a g reem ent \flth J-UTuesday. “If a nd when
B,” H arm sen saidd Tl
ilds th e p lan t, then we'll
Cofienerarionbuilds
ta k e c are of them.
n.
N o
O p in io n
flu
a g i c ; Valley
ig
striking
In flu en z a-lik e: illnesses
il
By Prt Marcantonlo
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a re a , h o w e v e r
Get shots now
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VEE H!5 PRESENTS \
PELIvei
I F THE TIME IP.HE 1
INHMF
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w i n g f l a p seecc t i o n s
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B l i z z ;a a r d
h a lts m
i o v e m esi n t
a c r o s IS
s W
y o m i ni g , D a k oo t a s
iles o f highway
I:Edwards. Hundreds of miles
r th D a k o ta ,
w e re c lo se d a c ro ss N o rtl
D. — S tra n d e d travelers
VWyoming, South D akota and N ebraska,
:ross th e region
le S teer m otel as many as
aand schools were dosed acros:
1 cot
conditions,
bccause
of
dangerous
road
fuesday to \vait out a blizt
b so lu tely no
“W e really m ean it — aab:
k'isibility n e a rly to zero,
kota HiRhw ay______
of th e n o rth ern Plains to a — ..ira
i v el,!!-said _ S o « th ,D ak q ti
Patrol Lt. Don Bender.
Vsnow
in blindWind
up
to
60
m
ph
blew
sm
shining s ta r to this whole
The AaeoclatBdPrtH
W yom ing, th e
t h o t t u b a n d sa u n a in
iin g clouds. In e a s te r n Wyt
,s to n e a riy SO
gales p u shed w ind chills
irvey
L
am
bright
of
Peru.
J
S T EELE, N.D. below
zero.
haring
a room w ith four
c
p acked th c Lone
S
snow into drifts
Thc \vind pounded the-sno;
rs firom a G reyhound bus.
five to a room Tue;
R ichard Bums,
“as h ard as cem ent,” said Ric
s
h
u
t
d
o
w
n
a
ll
service
z a rd th a t c u t visi
o u th D a k o ta ’s
hig h w a y fo re m a n in S outl
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M
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arid
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bringing much of tl
UZZARD. PageA2
s a id b u s d r iv e r H arry
, Please soe BUZI
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“If th ere 's a shii
d e a l , i t ’s th a t h<
th e re ," said Harv(
m ., w ho w as shar
o th e r passengers ft
G r e y h o u n d sh
b e iw e e n G reat
M in n e a p o lis , sa:
C h a l l e n g^ e r t u r n L i U
w e s t p a l m b e a c h{. .F
fi la .~ T w
pM(atK)dedpg(Kr.lVMW)dtl«h
a s s ifie d
C C la
omis of Bulil sold
Claudia Loom
nobllo through
h e i snowmot
i-News Classified.
The TlmesJti
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n k s o f C
The W aihlnflon P ott
days
7 shopping
8hi
ntll Christmas
until
7 3 3 - OB931,
i
ie Gr
Grand Forks.
Grove leans Into the high wind pf aa Ibllmrd which closed down the
Sheriffs S g t Oaty Gro
N.O., area Tuesday.1-
F l o r i d a s e a s ’y i e l d
c ®°
0
a
I from the flu, end thouU f i t a n c d
OUomfn
TWIN FAI-LS - From his view b eh in d
■I won IS poulble N they didn't CM a
Kurt H efner c an
th e counter, pharm acist Kur
te u U e rln M ftll.
sec thc w h at th e cold and
fl season h a s
id flu
viedMrtJ
[Ikjne are encouraged for anywe over
wrought
e o ie s , or anyone eirffertngrnm tbe
ngiUmente:
‘ An d it’s not pretty.
_
,
around. P eo p le
q # s mm ra heart er hing problem*.
“A lo t of flu is going arc
'tak
cold
sym
ptom
s,
.
Q
.
W
mI Immune e y s tm from cancer cr
are g ettin g cough a n d coli
for th
«D8.
w hidi can b e m istaken for
i e flu,” said
Itfonic lllneues, auch a t dlabatei.
St.
□ • Citfo
th e Twin Falls pharmacist.
re Information, can 734-8900.
rm e d c a s e s o f
FotmoftI
T h e re a r e n o c o n firm
Valley, b u t doc*
i w u .a
influenza in th e M agic Val
influenzaaeas
tors and schools are r e ^loning
rd
/le 1Becker o f.the
increase« iin num ber," B ecker said,
like illnesses, said Cheryle
s tr ic t H e a l t h .
A neww flu strain c a lled the Wuhan
S o u th
C e n tr a l D istri
three types Included, in nonir
[j_one o f th
D epartm ent in Twin Falls.'
orms, in v ac cin es. In the spi
m
ed
cases
ho
v
e
E lsew here, 11 confirmei
officials c ollect information al
ateUo, Lew iston,
^ ^ t h of
shown u p in Boise, Pocatel
ypcs of flu a r e circulating in
w hat typ
Lapwai a n d Nampa.
w orld. , TThey a tte m p t to p re d ic t v
“Flu is circulating in the
th( com m unity.
—
nay show u p la te r in the year
cases. W e’re seetypes ma
Right now, it’s sporadic cas­
Please sea FLU, Pa
e v id e n c e o f a n
in g m o re a n d m o re evli
lan was
ininfccspring,
^ about
; in th e
t w hat
ja r a n d
Pa8»A2
S e c t i o inN B Y S E C T I O N
3 .7
Local........ 1-3,7
Obituaries......
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Section B
AUfiER7PagyA2
PieasTs^AUfi]
c o ni f i n n e d
c a s e s i nm M
laho’s lottery has
A winner: Idah
st potential
pitfalls,
avoided m ost
]
orialsays. P ageA 12
today’s editori
Idaho...............9
■9
Opinion.....12-13
World.......... ..W
■I'’
11 diallenges.
ta^ addition to his financial
d;
la rm se n is battlin g w ith th c s ta te for
Ha
m aacross ti)c
icrmission to buiJtl a Jo»’ dam
P^r
miles
In i^ e River less than three! mil
b rid g e . T h c
tr e a m oC th e P e r r in e Brid
iv erbed belongs to th e staLite
te iof Idaho,
riv
unanim ously
)ut th e s ta te Land Board una
subm erged
^oted in Febniar>’ ro deny a su
ands easem ent.
—‘^n
fe d era l law,
'U n d er th e provisions of fed
land
- b ut he
-larm-sen
can
condemn
the
lane
Ha
he p roject by
leeds 10 break ground on the
nei
h y d ro p o w e r
J[u
“ ly 25. o r h is f e d e r a l hyd
it, (I
rlie A uger
ic en se will expire. If built,
c 43.6 million
Frails
a project would generate 43
A-atts of electricity.
A uger Falls
J-U-B has w orked on th e; An
proposal since 1981, b ut the lie n only
:o v e rs d e b ts d a tin g to Juily
ly 15, 1991.
co
ents. Its lien
according to court docum ent:
J-B
is n ’t
n o tw ith s ta n d in g ,
J-U-B
creditor; that
Cogeneration’s m ightiest cred
Co
J of investors
distinction
goes
lo
a
group
«*=
-area
la
n
d to
th a t sold th e A uger Falls-are
Cogeneration.
Cc
T h e g ro u p . R o ck C:re
reee k J o in t
V entures, defeated J-U-B in1 a c o u rt fight
lilt displays som e common produci
Phaimacy Intern Tom B o b r m>kl
k I «of Kurt'e Pharmacy In Twin Falli
la ed to tre a t flu Bymptoms.
Have a storybook
Cookie days: H
Pa g e D l
Christm as. Paj
...2
Weather...........
2
7-8
Nation......3,7-8
business and
“ Cogeneration is still in busi
gatio n s,” he
till m eeting all of its obligati
stil
.d d ed . ‘‘C o g e n e ra tio n iss n ’t o n th e
ucoTUirm/TxiM
E Holiday contest:
I Holiday contest:
M a rth iS te wvart
a i anfiounces winners. P age D)1l
Section A
10 c
c c n ts
.50
Deb)ts momntinj
on A\uger ]Falls
hydiIro projject
r e e
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Slow In snow:: H ailey City
literally, on
Council puts brakes,
bn
Page B l
snowplows.
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lay, D e c e m b e r 18,19
W ednesda
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a g i c V'aa ]l l e y
stadon
KBSU: P ublic: radio
ra
Falls production
unveils Twin Fa]
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center.
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oba^
m m m
)f the
—
nacle<overed chunks of
tl space shutashore T u esday
tie C hallenger w ashed[ asi
Ipace C c n te r , a
n e a r th e K e n n e d y Spai
half th e ill-fated
poignant rem inder th a tc ha
•o ttom ofthesea.
orbiter rem ains a t th e bott(
vered b y a passerThe d ebris w as discovert
shores of Cocoa
by early T uesday on th e sl
J i oof th e K ennedv
Beadi, a few m iles south
tiallenger took off
Space C enter w here Chall
_____
y e a rs a g o n e x t
on its fin a l vo y a g e 11I y<
vrM*
month.
ng a b o u t 8-by-14
One p ie c e , m easuring
Ker vrhlch washed ashore were
t e r of th e tw o p ieces of wreckage
’
NASA
e
n
g
ineers
•
The
lai««
feet, was identified by N^
;h iattraction T u etday nearCocoa E
>oard wing flap, o r
a beech
as Challenger’s le ft inboar
a tl
th e b ase o f th e
elevon, a segm ent from
find its w a y ash o re from
ve it b ro k e a w ay from th e 1
helped ste e r th e
believe
shuttle’s le ft wing th a tc he
ozen m iles o ut to sea where
d
landing.
piece.
orbiter during entry and la
nded.
ri
Phelps,
a
NA
SA
project
ma
» u t five fe e t long
R on]
The second piece, aboui
;, s tru c tu ra lly , is the comwide, come a sh o re
a t the5FFlorida spaceport, said he wt
and less than one foot widi
devon of t h e left wing, and
d such a la r g e p iec e of wrei
E n g in e e rs
prised
several b locks to th e south.
sou
age from t |» c e ahuttle Challenger \
>a Beech, Fla.
e la rg e r
....... .
.
.
m anager
m a n a g e d to fin(
m o i« than a doze;
..................
it originally landc
p
m d by 6 fee t on
Ith a t’s Uko 8 feet on one end
P helps said,
1th e other by 14 feet long,"” Ph
weighed several
“So it’s a big piece, it wei(
ded. “W e had to
h u ndred pounds,’’ h e added,
pick it
use a front-end loader toI actually
act
ach."
u p and move it off th e bcach.
is, w
B oth c hunks o f d e b ris,
\ e r e ca rte d
S
p
a
c
c
C
e n tc r,
b a c k to th e K e n n e d y Spc
undl e arly next
w here they will rem ain und
s n tu ally w ill be
yea r. The w reckage cventu
ned M inutem an
low ered into an abandoned
Cape C anaveral
missile silo a t the nearby Caj
A ir S ta tio n w h e re th e r e s t of
Challenger’s wreckage is buried.
bur
jyed b y th c failChallenger was destroyed
lid -fu cl bo o ster
u r e o f its rig ht-side solid-i
rocket on Jan. 28,1986. One
One m in u te and
nt i:
11:38 a.m., the
13 seconds after launch at
s p a c e c ra ft w as en g u lfe:d
d in
ii a c lo u d of
x tem a l ta n k sufburning fuel w hen its exter
fcrcd structural failure a t a n o ltitude of
46,000 feet.
:age tu rn e d into
T he search for w reckage
a lv a g e operation
th e largest u nderw ater salvt
E uropean
since m ines w ere d e a re d from
fn
harbors after World W arr nII..
12 m
NASA spent about $22
n illion on the,
n.
shuttle salvage operation.
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118,1996
ViidimiMi.Otctmbtiii
TF
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t F. NATION
ju
z a r d b a tte rs P la inIS
s sta te s as w in d s h i
B lizzi
_____
F o reca st
is :
W c(lactd«y,D «c.ia
a f a d«ytlat ccmiiiiOM tnd hlih tonptniuf
AcCTWctihci»fofttmfw
Magic Valley
f f e t S - C a l i f c m ii aa
og t h e Red
snow f e ll along
In Texas andi Oklahoma,
(
continued cold today. Highs ,2Q
Mosdy sunny and1coi
®“t^
T h.A »«lali»IP re«8________________________
t«i
^ d a mix of snow, s le e t id rla in was
---------------- R iver Valley. An
ind. Tonight partly cloudy and
_____ : Liglit southwest wind.
ird much of M issisappi a n dInonheastno
. .,
above zero. Thursday p a n lyI cdoudy.
cold. Lows 5 to 10 abt
:
r
from
the
spreading
towarc
la
s
t
spread
wintry
w
e
a
th
e
r
f
— 4 V A n A rctic bias
Highs 25 to 30.
dp p i_ V D lle y ..en iIfim W ?- .eS’aCTOss'much o f t l i e Nartfae
H -lhe-w ay-into.the M isslssipp
exposure' -G re at-L ak es-all-l
idex forecast is 1, o m inimai-ex
-----------------ThCTiltraviDletindo
Plain
s nnd
R am prevnilea
(ucing
blizzards across th e P
i
Tuesday,
pro
d
u
c
a
to
vere
scattered
from
Florida
t t M s r tc ,
|Co«urD'Alcnt^20»
level.
ra in showers we:
pn
[raped into northem Texas.
snowfall th a t dra]
rid-Atfantic
rains in A p paladiia, th e nnd-J
ional forecast
lown across w ilh h e a n « t ra
Extended regjon
w eather d a m p e d dow
w douds.
D angerously cold
c
vEngland.
h
e
D
a
k
o
ta
s
region
and
New
I
Patchy ot fog and low
Friday increasing} douds.
d{
•aska, ea ste m Wyoming, th e
w assault
yjj, ,0 30
m uch of Nebrasl
>anta A na w m ds T naftf a nleew
cro cost to 15 wesL Highs 20 ca 2
de it feel as
E lsew here. Sa
Not as cold. Lows zero
J, w
alifomia, irfiere b lu ste ry wind
and M innesota,
> h ere 50-mph winds m ad e :
I Lff«fl«mn I 2 ^
west.
g re e s below zero a n d h igih
h re
i ad in g s on S oudiem Cali
expected. In V e n tu ra C ounty,;
Ity, g ro u p *
jderating
cold a s 60 degri
nday good chancc of snow. Mod.
75 m phs w ere en
Saturday and Sunda;
a
c
h
th
e
20s.
jast to 35
struggled to re a d
;no c k ed a v o c a d o s fr o m t r e e s an d
tcmperanires. Lowss 15 east to 25 west. Highs 25 ea:
haz- s a id w iiid s kn<
s te r n storm c re a te d e x tre■emely
ra
T h e M idw esK
lies hard enough to sc a r lemnons.
oa
west.
w in to hard whipped brandi(
ard o u s d r in n gg cconditions, packing snow i
in d ^ contiiRiver Valley
Oklahoma,
M uch of th e} W
1 est enjoyed d r y b u t w ia ^
------ Camas.Prairie,.Wood
W
ing visibility to near zero. I n1 01
kedat^K tf*
„ c
fn
drifts jand cutting
snne, Wyo., gusts w e r e dodced
ific deaths,
tions. A t Cheyen
id continued
cold today. Highs
Mostly sunny and
ci
bla
m
e
d
for
a
t
least
five
traffic
A s S
th e storm was bit
irtly cloudy and not as cold. A
_
above. Tonight partlj
ress struggled into th e 20si acro
at ss th e lyS S m ph.
Thursday
T e m p e ra tu re
lo w e st w ind c h ill w a s miin
intiu s 5 4 .a t
Lows 20 below to near zero. Tlio ts across
T u e s d a y s Io
I
chance of flurries, Lov
IS ai n d only reached single dd ig
I iearwf»ni| 11^ I
ighs near • so u th em P lains
/ E D1 I
ight chance of flurries .east. Higi
Buffalo, SD .
partly doudy. A slight
’lalns. More snow was fo rec^ast
th e no rth ern Plai
10 to 20.
■
'T F A fP E R A T U R E S
cy
Treasure Valley
. '
L r
day. Highs 25 to 30. Light and1 \variable
Mn
m
A>
Mostly sunny today.
T { « rP ^ te iio l 10* i
I Twin Fain 1^
| T:
adnesday. Dec. 18.
ly dcloudy. Lows 10 to 15. Thursdi
alher*forecastfor noon, W edn
sday partTho AccuWealh
Alboooerque
»
^
wind. Tonight partly
4•«5
. Atlanta
■»6
30s.
ly doudy. Highs in ihclovi-cr
the
Htv
CMAOA
. ;
:
I
f e
I
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untains
Sawtooth Mouni
IS 5 to 20
id ccontinued cold today. Highs
Mostly sunny and
artly cloudy and not as cold,. iA slight
above. Tonight parti;
Lows 20 below to near zero. Thursday
Tl
a
chance of flurries.. Lo'
light chance of flunies east. Hig
[ighs near
°^****' ‘'* partly doudy. A slighi
________ 10 to 20.
Easrcm Idaho3
this
ly ccold wind chills north part early
cj
________
Brisk and bitterly
ve. North
5C sunny.
Highs near 10 above
m om ing otherwise
s'
iph. Tonight increasing c l o ud^s w ith a
winds 10 to 20 mph.
T \ v i n F a lls
Thursday
lurries late. Lows n ear zero. Tl
Min Pcp - chance of snow flurr
Pcp
- Max Mir
lighs near
....
mostly doudy withh a chancc of snow flurries. Hig
Yestcrfloy
24 . 99
22 ....
20.
.....
Lastycor
35
22
ho
22 .03
Northern Idaho
Normal
40
22
is today.
Highs 25 to 30. L ight: and
a variIncreasing douds
t<
......... P rec ip itatio n
,ce of flurIt vs
variable douds. Slight chance
able wind. Tomght
IS ncor 30.
mostly doudy. H ighs;
............Month to dale: ^
ries. Lows 15 to 20.1, Thursday
Th
i
tbk
m-Womutionnat«Till«^
‘
: A LMANAC
: Idaho
«ln
Max
Min
18
Botso
29
18
77
Burley
25
,j0
Fairfield
2
-16
Gooding
21
**4
Hngermon
38
10
Idoho Falls 16
-1 ............Nonnol mo. to Oato;
425
Jerome
19
77 .....
Wotcf yeor to date:
2.65
Lewiston
32
19
19
Normal year to dote:t;
Molod
24
5
>rs
11
C
o
m
fo
rt
factors
Mono
m
11
55 ..... .......Humidity ot noon:
i6 2
McColl
17
33 ..... .......Qaromotof al noon: 33 0 .5 6 R
Pocotello
20
g 'q i
Pollen count; Reports
15 iended
Sulmon
28
9
'
{or mis season.
Sionley
-2
-27
ratono*rc.
2
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Boston
Chicaao
0 ^
Oenver
Oes Moines
D=noit
W
5. Tomght
xlay. Light wind. Highs near 25.
Mosdy sunny todaj
and
vs nnear zero. Thursday partly ddoudy
o
partly doudy. Lows
not as cold.
Northern Utah
ih
light mosttoday, Highs 20-25. Tonifi
M o sd y sunny annd
d cold
c
jdy. Highs
i„ cloudy. Lows mtld
id iteens. Thursday partly cloud
S
ca
33 s
E3 E3
■MOW KX
T-STonu: nu»/i:cs.
Honolulu
Houston
Indianapolis
Kansas Oty
. LasVegas
508
LosAngeles
Memphis
5
Miami B oxti
Miiwoukee
Minneapolis
New Ofleans
NewYotV
Oklahoma C«y
Omaha
Phoenix
Pittsburgh
Portland. Me.
0 1986 AccjWttinsr, In,
Portland. Ore.
Reno
St. Loots
<vor
Salt iJJKC City
SiJNtn P1.Q.OU01 CLM
San Francisco
Scanio
Spokane
Washington
H
I G H S ;j &
g LOWS_________ _
zero ot Stanley.
bc
Idaho: High. 3399 1degrees at Payette. Lo\v, 277 below
80 a t San Gabriel. Calif. Low,', 27
27 below zero at Stanley.
Nation: High,, 8C
m id 20s.
index forecast is 1, a minimal1 exposure
c
i-jjc ultraviolet ind
level.
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,
20
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5 6 rf 408
vada
Northern Nevac
pet.
5 0s
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today 5:07 p.m.
Sunset Cod
- Sunrise toi
ill, Dcc.
phase: F irs t q u a n c r Dec. 17; full,
Lunarpha
(ju arter, J a n . 1; new , Ja n . 8.
24; lost ()ui
plancU; Morning: Mars, Venus,
Visible plan
Jupiter, Samm, Mercuiy.
J
Evening:p Ju
solstice 7rK p jn . Saturday, Dcc. 21.
Winter soUt
:
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:
iT lO N S (A P ) —
U N IT E D NATI
:
sem bly a ppointed
i. T h e G eneral Asseir
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t s n e w c h ie f
K o fi A n n a n iits
T u e s d a y , a n d th
th e G h a n a ia n
p le d g e d to w>rk
o rk f o r a l e a n e r
U n ite d N a tio IS
ns w
■ h ile u r g in g
m em bers not to. allow
all it to perish
ic e, in atten tio n o r
from “indifference,
financial starvation
don.”
m lb e r G e n e r a l
T h e 185-m sem
ally a pproved the
A ssem bly formally
i. vve te ra n to sue58-year-old U.N.
outros-G hali, who
ceed Boutros Bout
wos vetoed for a ssecond term by
Ite s. W ash in g to n
th e U n ite d S tate:
gyp tian d ip lo m a t
cla im e d th e Egyp
to r U.N.
\vas sluggish in pressing
prt
reform.
A nnan, ^vho ,vas
was chosen Friday
e
m
b
e
r
S
e c u rity
b y th e 15-m em
C ouncil, tookhis
his o a th o f office
I Continued from AlL
I include those inn vv a c d n e s distribt u te d in the fall.
I
“ M an y tim eIS,
s, it
i is a c o r r e c t
s a ii
I guess," B ecker sait
•
W h e th e r it’s; A,
A B o r W u h an ,
^rmptoms a r e t h e
I th e te l lt a l e sym]
h ills, c o u g h s a n d
• sam e: fe v e r, chill
,ik e th e c o m m o n
", b o d y a c h e s. Lik<
0 cure
for influenI; cold, th e re is no
o
lygiene to prevent
I za, oidy good hygi
• th e spread.
r
“ W a sh y o u r■ hhia n d s ," B e c k e r
sneeze a n d cough
said . “P eo p le sne
1 a n d th e n you sh
shaa k e t h e ir h and.
to th
; T h ey c o u ^ into
i e p h o n e - all
c a n spread
I tho se kinds of things
thi
I viru ses. A ll the w
w e a th e r do es is
le w
I drive you inside
with p eople who
:
m ay be sick.”
:
R O A D C O NI P rm O N S
:
B O IS E (A P>)) —
• T h e ’ Id a h o
)f 1T ra n s p o r ta tio n
T D e p a r tm e n t of
I rcFwrted some icy roads Tuesday.
ons:
R oad conditions
lum mer-Sandpoint,
I
U.5. 9S — Plum
i-C anadian bord er,
*. dry; Sandpoint-Ci
snow floor,
I dry, icy spots, broken
brc
, b i,d H ill, dry;
> R iggins-W hitcbii
II, w et, ic y spots;
: W h ite b ird H ill,
wet;
I G rangcvillc-W/in
inic h e s te r ,
iw iisto n , icy spots;
» W inchester-L ew
>w, djy; Weiser-Ncw
r Lewiston-Moscow,
' Meadows, dry, icy spots: Marsingr Oregon line, diy.
k
In te rsta te 90 -— F o u rth of July
Its; Lookout
Pass, icy
i Canyon, icy spots;
1
J spots, broken snow
.
U.S. 12 — Lewi
I spots; Lowell-Lolo
' broken snow floor.
- DI r v
Interstate 84 —
H o rse sh o e BendS
Id a h o 55 —. Hi
Icy spots; Donoelly.
; Donnelly, dry, Icy
• NewMeadows,icyi
K l S h o a t y . Icy
:
Idaho 21 - Boij
ity-Banner Summit,
I spots; Idaho City*■ icy spots, broken sr
"
S m t a f n HomeU .S . 20 — M.
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For cuiTcnt rto d c a n lsooBs,caII
d to
these num bers B « w ,376«128;
376
\)catdla,Z &
Shoshone, 886-2266; Poca
Utah
6724; Rigby 745-7278;;U
o 801cr.,arca,7TE964^000; the EOffi, Ner...
J
738-8888.
l e
WithlOut e n g iiln e e r , l i g hIts, whisd(
lash
;i"s‘"o runa>i w a y t r a i n1 makes 5')0 -mile da
Continued from Al
e a r lie r th is y e a r to d e tt
w h o h a d th e f i r s t c li
C ogeneration’s la n d h e a r Auger
F alls. M eehl found th e2 jg roup’s
S1.8 m illio n p u r c h a s ee m o n ey
m o r tg a g e w as s u p e r ioorr to a ll
oth e r claims; th e g roup received
n
lurchase.
S600,000 at the tim e o f pui
W hen th e group sold th
il e land
to Cogeneration, it consist
isted of JU-B’s lo ca l m a n a g e r , D
I e lb e rt
“Bill” Block, local h y dro) developc
e r Ja c k S tra u b h ar, accoi
:ou n tan ts
R o b e r t N o rm an a n dd D a v id
C o o p e r, e n g in e e r D o u g la s
P re s to n , a n d R o b e r t Jo
Jc h n so n l
M echam ,
M a rc E d so n , B ru c e Mi
J a c k W itherspoon, M airg
rj a re t S.
,tead an d
B u tle r, G ordon B e c k ste
to c k d a le ,
C am ille B e c k ste a d S to
le d in the
according to records filei
T w in F a lls C o u n ty R e cc o rd e r s
office.
Block, S traubhar a n d P reston :re among
all engineers - also were
fo
th e
g ro u p
th a t
f< u n d e d
Cogeneration in 1980.
la lf y e ars —
^A bbufthree-and-a-ha
later, th e group sold thne
e lan d to
H a rm s e n a n d a m a nn n a m e d
R ic h a rd R a ste r. L a te•r,
r , K a ste r
UipAslett,
sold his interest to PhlUi]
who died in 1993.
T uesdJay,
aj although h is five-year
term does
do( n ot begin u ntil Jan. 1.
ring a 90-m inute ceremony.
Durinj
th e G
Gee n e r a l A s s e m b ly also
th a n kk ce 'd B o u tro s - G h a li, w ho
i»ed a standing ovation after
received
e w e ll s p e e c h in w hich he
a farew
blamed
ed m em ber states, induding
lington, for a e a tin g a finanWashing
d a lc risi
risis th a t has slowed reform,
n d f u l o f W a s h in g to n ’s’
md for reform , A nnan urged•
. U,n, ite d N a tio n s to “ m a k e•
ge o, ur ally, n ot our enem y ...
c o ^ z e it as a necessity not:
Jposi
»" tion."
m a n , h e a d o f U .N . p e ac eA nna
ing and a v etera n U.N. insidkeeping
,vas c h o s e n F r id a y a f te rr
e r , wa;
F ra nic
c ee p u lle d i t s o p p o s itio n .
Thee trim e of y e a r doesn’t help,
lie alread y a re w om thin by/
People
s tm a s p re p a r a tio n s , inadeChristn
q u atee rre s t and d iets of too much'
candyy a n d goodies, she said.
[lu e n za an d o th e r illnessess
Influ
seem1 to h ave b ypassed two of the
s t sc h o o l d is tr ic f c in th e
la rg ee st
m, a t least for a while,
region,
T hlee T w in F a lls a n d C a ssia
Ity d istricts rep o rt no largerCounty
i-usual a b s e n te e ra te s over
than-u:
^
jast few weeks,
the'pas
a
W hhaa t e v e r th e b u g c u ttin g ea
y ssw ath, H e fn er says people
sickly
w antt re
r< lief for a v ariety of aches
and pains.
pai
•here seem s to b e a lo t of peo“The
rvith m uscular jo in t ache withh
pie witl
a rticu lar flu,” h e said.
th ii ppai
= G re e n stre a
,
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78
S8
32
21
50
^
^
76
31
10
Sl
57
29
16
65
53
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-a -,w
Auger____
ippointsGl:Hianian
-general
n n a n1 secretary^
f u .N .a i
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21
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53 2
58
Sl
X3 2
33 0
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a3 0
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24
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7
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22
2
13
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441
39
33 3
35
28
115
«4
4
332
T IO N
P P A D tNFO R-M VnC
I C jkT O A -lC T
ripd temperatures setded across
Arctic air and fripc
r tiJ m ^ r a ans in-the Gem State rep o rted
below zero or colder,
er. Stanley
tures Tuesday of 20 degree
■
nd 1Driggs had an offidal low ofif 28
2 below.
was at minus 27 and
ids pushed
Upper Snake River Highland:
Winds across the• Ui
40 below zero in some places.
the chill factor to 401
M
29
37
^
16
l i g h t s u p s k: ^ C
_
d.
field, dry, icy spots; FairfieldFoirfiel
s,
:y, icy spots; Arco-Idaho Falls,
Carey,
y,
ipots; Idaho Falls-Ashton, dry,
*po
c,
spots; A shton-M ontana line,
*f?!*
■
floor,
lg ,
S. 26 — Idaho Falls-Wyoming
•
0,
dry.
Icy spots; Blackfoot-Arco,
j*"®’ "
“ V pots.
agh o 5 1 -D ry .ic y sp o ts.
y;
,S, 93 — Nevada line-Arco, dry;
ovLost Trail Pass, icy spots, brosnow floor, snow floor,
„
laho 75 — Shoshone-Ketchum,
■
G d ena Summit, snow floor.
iterstatc86— Dry.
iterstate 15 — U tah line-Mnlod
»d
10
I, dry, icy spots; Pocatello-Idaho
y,
s, dry; Idaho Falls-Dubols, dry,
nv
rpots; Monida Pass, broken snow
ia
.S. 30 — M cCam m on-Soda
Jigs, wet, icy spots; Soda Springsen
itpelier, wet, icy spots, broken
lg
w n o o r; M ontpelier-W yoming
, icy spots, broken snow floor.
.S. 9 1 — Icy spots.
la h o 28 — Icy sp o ts, broken
■ ,
rVfloor, snow floor.
S
JJeb. (AP) — A runOMAHA, Nei
away train w ith
th o u t l i^ ts , whistle
o r an en g in e2ec ir b a rre le d across
;0 m
m o re th a n 50
: ile s of w estern
N e b rask a on1 a m oonless night,
in seconds
of hitting
com ing w th in
i
his
a farm er an d hi: p regnant wife.
only by rem ote conO p era te d on)
, r o ] , t h e 55 t r a i n cars plow ed
th r o u g h d oiz
z ee n s o f cro ssin g s.
th r e e ra ilro ja
a<d sto p sig n s a n d
p a s s e d s e v’ee r a l o th e r tr a in s
before a tra in en g in e er stopped
/
them ,
x h e U n iom
n :P a c ific R a ilro a d
Q-gin a p p a reinn tly
t had been saborunaw ay cars in th e
taged — th e; ru
r e a r h a d be■en
en u ncoupled from
ront section, possibly
(jjg (pain’s fron
st iu p se t because th e
by a m otorist
lo ck in g traffic, said
„ a i n w as bloc
^
!ard
llZ » 2 ^
nA l
Continued from
Jty, which dedded to
Brown County,
plow ing until today.
not even try pli
o n e S te e r, about 40
A t th e Loni
Bismarck, about 150
m iles e ast off B
m ed into th e rooms
p eople cramnm
a n d borrow•ed
ed blan k ets to sleep
in th e b a n qquu' e t h all a fte r th e y
to pull off Interstate
forced1tc
r k e rs w am ed people
M otel work,
“eam st t i ^ ng
g to venture even to
n e e store across th e
a co n vem enc'
Something
SEATTLE (AP) — Soi
w as o u t th e re in th e ppire-daw n
darkness Tuesday.
A stro n o m e rs s a y thi
iw d ® S
stre a k spotted b y exdt<
ris e rs from c e n tr a l O r
V an co u v e r, B ritis h Co
probably was a visitor f n
space: a meteor.
“I t w as Uke a g r e e n I
w as o n f ir e ,"
sai
H a rrin g to n , KBKW rac
show host in A b erdeen
h o saw it
w e st W a sh in g to n , whi
rside to r a
w hen h e ste p p e d o u tsi
break about 6:15 a.m .
"In N orthI D
D akota, you have to
n e th in g lik e th is a t
a y e a r ," said A rm y
' - “ f r u a r d S taff Sgt. T ony
ho never finished his
G oldade, ^vho
larck.
It sa id he didn’t m ind
)om.
> o f u s all have gotten
|Jot.g s o w ec ssaid, ‘We'll take it.’”
vbound guests passed
per week. Oul ooff sinie raiei: dally and
,er week,
daily only $4.00
Sunday 55.00 per
■
day only $3.00 per week.
p«r week. Sunday
ided in all above ratei. A
Sales tax includet
e w ill be levied for all
retumed checks.
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to r
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between 7 ond 10 o.m. c
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daily nnd Sunday S4.C0 pei
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only $3.50 per week. Sundr
t
•
s p o k e s m a n J o hh rn
r ailr
t l ro a d
•omley.
Brom
nd
W
When
r locomotives a t cach enc
he
o f th
the tra in b egan m oving, the
ad
in front rolled on aheac
enigineer
g ir
Igs
th,rroo iu ^ m ore th a n 50 crossing:
ecwith
ithio u t realizing th e b ack sec
o nri o f th e tr a in w a s tra ilinn(g
tio
;hind
b eh
it by as m uch as 12 miles.
K)tA
nother train’s engineer spot
An
i a
te:dd th
t e problem a n d notified i
eer
ivho told th e enginee.
d ■spatcher,
ispi
una baoard
o a front section of th e run
md
rvay
aw
aj train. Since th e fro n t am
ror jeaarr lo c o m o tiv e s w e re pro
m
g ra
ram
n m e d to w o rk in ta n d e ;m,
le n
both
o th sections cam e to a h alt whe:
hee m ade an emergency stop.
the
TTh
he Dec. 4 in d d e n t may b e th
le d
r sstt tim e a re m o te-c o n tro llei
f ir
•ain
tra
ir operated for m ore th an,550
m ile s w i t h o u t th e• eenng in e e r ’s
y Li
LinewdKT.
knowledge, s a id Ray
h ee U n ite d
a sp o k e s m a n - fo r tth
a.
T ransportation Union,
I «man
"There h a v e been
sa iadusng like
this,"
try stuff, b u t n o thing
I
^ d o v e r th e
h e said. “ I t o p e rat te
h ^ a T F ln s ik
public (TOSsings withotn
Jus."
and w ithout headlights.'
A lle n J e n s e n oof m r a l
rife,
G o thaiburg s a id b e;andhisT
am
regnant, were
then n ine m o n th s pregi
when
riding in t h o r p id aipiptruck
n
c
am
e
w
ithin
th e n m a w a y tra in car
seconds o f h ittin g it.
i t .H! e called
!»m«» tim ^ the
911 a t a b o u t th e same
dispatcher n o tifiedth
theee In g n e e r.
I
s
“A fter th e in itial shbo d t, there
was a lo t o f anger," Jen
J t se n
a id . it almost
Monday. “ L ik e I said,
killed us.”
—
ked
thrtee itim e ivatching a truck parice
sapb o u t 75 feet aw ay a s it disa]
aboi
low,
icared
behind ivindblown sno\
pea
i
ike it w as being “beam ed u p"" oc n
like
nevSItar
ta r T rek, then re appear whene
subsided.
e:rr gusts
gi
.Z
iTiiii
Ziickar Elias, a native of Syri
hlaa d b e e n stuck sin c e M onda
ia y .
wvhen
he th e Greyhound bus he vr.
into a ditch n e a r Steele.
oin
n slid
s
H e vras bound from AUentow
»a., to Spokane, W ^ h ., for a d° ° i
Pa.,
un sh ip ceremony a nd h ad to c^
zenj
-am
n d say he would miss it.
Wyoming’s
northeastern com
V
sjd e
rvas
w
as s h u t off fro m th e outsi<
an d h u n d re d s o f tr uice k s
w^rorld
oi
,rin
rtrere
waiting
o
u
t
th
e
w
eather
w er
3.
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l a in e ," S ta te
b e in th e tr a f f i c la
D arw in Lusty
Patrol d is p a tc h e r Dai
said.
osed 170 mUcs
South D a k o ta closet
cross th e westof In te rs ta te 90 acros
e r n tw o - th ir d s o f th e s ta te
v isib ility , and
b e c a u se o f z e ro visi!
dosed b y dribs
other r o a d s vrcre dos«
several f e e t highL o n e S t e e r m a n aa g e r S u sie
3 td h ad plenty
guests,
o ffo o d fo ritsu n a q qjectcd
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g o iin to a b o u ta
“We’d h a v e to go
fiv e -d a y b liz z a r d1 bb«e fo re w e’d
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b u t we would never do an;
louse quickly abandoned
f W h i t e Hou:
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sal to reduce inspections
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a proposal
It,”
ty o f c a r e o r o v e r s ig h t,’ said
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pL»“ oyr nursin g homes Tuesday,
h e id e a was never active* —p e te r G arrettrspokesm an-f
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n b e r of consumer gr-oups
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dza ta th a t
d o w n o n n u rsin g h o m e s
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p ly w ith federal standards.
m eant to re su lt in ta rg etin g th e
m eet fedNursing homes m u st me
ase s. Following th e outcry,
w orstcasc
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er
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“It’s p ro
r b a b ly n o t going anyg our
dling resources spending
o time
an y tim e fast,” said presiw
'^here an;
(there) with our in s p e ators,”
or
said
il
sp o k e s m a n
M ik e
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commuD
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Kyllo,
director
o
Ty. T h e idea, he said, never
n ity relations for th e A
Anm erican
m ade it tto th e W hite H ouse o r
tio n . “ W e
H e a lth C are A sso ciatio
•sk o f H ealth a n d H um an
the desk
w lh ere we 1
should be in fa d litie s w
cs S ecretaiy Donna Shalala
k n o w th e r e a re p r o b) le m s f a r
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m ore frequendy.”
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• p o rte rs
B oard member, told repo
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wben b e sbooied ocden5 ttoo d ro p
mwl KBg aad turn tbe s fa^ ^ —
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if I wasn't tbere* — the jalc to ld
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w b e d ie r b n ^ B g e iv o U em eno-
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p e o p le
in wfaidi more than 100
n c re in jm d
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viifa SSJOOOtoos oCcom[.e
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in to tb e R irerw alk w all a n d
b o teL No deaths b a rr ee b e e n
l eported, but wtjh!>pis hbaa v e y e t
-1 0 0 -fo o t
to p enetrate a 1004iy-10
beap of d d ris by the n rrer.
o ’.
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7 6 3 -fo o c
a lo b e pomp on th e 7S
B ri^ F ie ld b O e d a n d aa t
pcznqi switcbed oa jtzstt m in u t e s
be&vetbeaasfa.
y ss y a e m
• A n automated safety
cam e on, which rr ee d u c e d
v e s s e l’s
e n g in e rpm s and th e• v<
r i g b t e r 's
speed, eroding the freig
c o n tro l,
s te e r in g
co
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m d c re w
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d n 'l ^
th e sysa p p a r e n tly dida'
tern’s tnanual ovc
b e s a id
1
boarded
lh c ship
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rs Ibefore th e a cdjn s t th re e hours
d e n t to g u idle
e th e f r e i g h t e r
reacherous stre tc h
th n m g h th at trea
o fd ieM ississpjpi
p i River.
A fo n n a lb e airing
rii m to t h e a c d xiay w ith th e playd e n t o pened toda
dc
in g o f a dramatic recording of his
IS the
c irlam n n o n s as
t ship h eaded
— first
tow ard th e
o u t o f control —
:
excursion b o a t an d
D e o le Queen cxc
ic
crowded
m an.
th e n tow ard thc c
:o hit
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b th a t dam ned
(avisson ex c la im e d
a n i s e ship!” Davi
Fm
“C a n tb em o r do
do
diem!”
g n n g rig h tfo rth
*
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recc o rd e r” w as on
b o a rd b u t not: in
in o peration. T he
ta p e w as m adeibbjy an outfit called
ting, w here b arges
T rian g le Flectinj
Js sa id th e y h a v e
p a r k . O fficials
□ften th e y s e t u p
b e e n h it so oft<
irding devices.
th e ir own recordi
D a v is s o n , whfl
wl h a ? h e ld a
c sin
p ilo t’s licen sc
s ce 1980, also
ators h e h a d b e e n
to ld investigato
in v o lv e d in aa ““few a c c id e n ts ”
lay’s
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i n g t h r e e invo
r, H
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h
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c not know th e
i those
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tl
dents.
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laritime o ffid a ls for
p ra ise d b y mari
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n
f ^ n o boat, hM
has not ta lk e d pubJaturday’s c ra sh a t
U d y a b o u t Sati
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their newborn so n in
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ers contended the baby w as bboi
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and wasn’t harm ed by his
1 parents.
in g s c ^ and ner.
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Amy G rossberg and
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review of challenges
P. Hoffa.
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dent Ron Carey declared victc
Team srcrs Presiden
end Jim my Hoffa.
the son of lab o r legend
eady been too many d e b y s-aand
n irregularities in
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this election,” Hoffa's
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le
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led below 26 degrees,
they have never b een chilled
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Tuesday,
ipartmcnt said in a final ru le published
pul
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poultry producn
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lonj dispute that pitted C ^ oiomia
gnmips against th e m ajority' of broiler m ^ c r s in
ers and consum er gn:
rest of the South.
Arkansas and, th e rest
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WASHINGTON (AP) — Despi
fiolic Charities
cononiic improvem ent, C athou
vate social serJSA, th e nation’s largest nrivati
Imost a s m any
ic c s netw ork, says it ha d olmo
eq u e sts for em ergency h e lp last y ear as th e
reqi
rear before.
O f th e 10.7 m illion p e o plie
le a ssiste d in
1995, m ore than 7.1 m illion1 ssoo u ^ t em erid , sh elter and
jency services, in d u d in g food,
gen
assistance w ith
Jo th ing. The others n eeded assi
tn housing
an d
io d a l problem s ranging from
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counseling
le a lth care to child c are and cou
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poverty," h e said
1 i« » b y .
a lsHo>iw as d o n b tfo l a b o u t h ow
astance th e nao g f t d xaritirs
Tniyh a O f e oawtl*
p
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win be able to p n i d e a fte r tb e f e d e td o a s
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com m anii;, Kam
IS w
tbat Americans
i ould d o a b le t b e size oC
r f l f t s to d n m i e s i n 1997 to
their muuetary®
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said.
the n e ^ ” b e sail
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; y o u r p i c t uu r e t a k e n ^w i t h F a t h e ;r
street Plaza * 1 3 2 M a in A ve.. S .
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In 1994,
lillion people, in d u d in g 72•minion
m
of 11.1 ■mill
ie d emergency services,
w ho need©
tbeoetR ev. Fre
red Kammer, p r e s d e n t o f the
boed the «yn titw en « o f somleeco f ^
work, e cho
anxiety
n a tio n ’s nm ayors, w ho e x p r e s s e d an:
tb e effect th a t cuts inifttdeial
ftt
M onday about
ab
w e lfa re sp
sf en d in g m ay h a v e o n thlee ;poor.
>se seekStill, h e said
sa more rfm" *mif of those
3iarities
■gency
help
from
CatboUc
Cha
ing emerge
w ere iw t aon welfare.
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necessarily g et you
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up vnth a smift
and timUss
ir tfeir hearts
L< a n d more a t
A ll Stores
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Wednesday
Thursday
& Friday
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All Paw Pr
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Friday & Saturday
S;
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whattodo,
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mtowa
hingdown!
b e f b ie C h ris tm a s ; a n d <
the town,
shoppers w a ebI xi i ^ . a n d l i e ^ n n i n g t
e w in g , k n o w in g n o t w
Fretting and stevi
u d d e a th e re a ro se su e
when aHof a sud
[ x e ..J th a d to tie d a w n
|i E a t t)ig fumituic store
s offering diaiis for aa tt x K l ^ a n d v n t h n o t t i
W3S<
^ a n d n y b i e n f i p i c f Jco u p t i u d ^
with a bSnk of an eyes,
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G iv e th e jf l o w e r t h a t ’s
e v e r la s tirng.
ti
r “”
'V \^ th a iparkle thac'i aj
SI morning aunlighc, the
delicate roM become* a
limeleif token o ( a ( fectlon
fe n
fineit
\«hen cuc from (he fine
| | ^ ^ 3 | ^ H SwaroTiId eryital.
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TTifAoM boneoftbe
iS S S ^ m
beautiful pieces In the
I- »e
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‘ ExquUlie Accent*"
erCCryttal.
from Swarovtid Silver
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Mon.-Sat.
9:30 to 5:30
Store Houis: M
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ly 12:00 to 4:00
Sunday
k
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:O E U R d ’A L E N E (A P) .
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COI
w aihhoo ’s e le c tio n law s u s e d tc
lu ir e vo ters to d e d a re them
the Twin Foils a n a
sjnvicted of drug dealing in the
BOISE — A man com
ves a Republican o r D em ooai
icr a tm in appeal.
. ,fore voting in th e primary d e c
e r ffederal prison sentence after
bas won a little shorter
)
10
y
eais
in
prison
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R id u r d Webster, 48, was sentenced in 1993 to 1(
n.
__ :_plu5.fines.and.superm
r v i ^ release, t o b e seized after
aft he finished a ___vi ^-voter-would-rcccivc-a piim a
m cc for selling dhigs.
fire-year Texas sentenci
e le c tio n b a llo t only fo r th t
dt Court
of Appeals upheld W/eb
ei ster’s conviction
TTie Sth U S. Circuit
C
rty they registered for.
tive sentences were ,
imtence because the consecutive
b ut ordered a new scntt
r h a t system didn’t last long bu
not justified.
m Rarikin, who next month wil
'■ill
9 ive W ebster a 135U S . District Judges B. Lynn Winmin this week gav
sw orn in a s a Kootenai Count]
penalties plus five
mcsub sentence and1th
thte sam e $8,600 in &nes and1 pt
m m is s io n e r ,
and
o thse:
inaUy.
But
Winmill
■
release as he received ori&na
yeurs'on supervisedI rcl
•publicans w ant to go back to
ti
ce V
w in ru n a t the same time aIS
s th
tl e term Webster
said tb e new sentence
e o ld system , m ainly b e ca uise
a '
tas.
bonow is serving in Texas.
h e ; fe
fe'e ls crossover voters “sabo
se” som e prim ary elections.
P e o p le h a d to a s k fo r a;
Uot
ipublican o r Democratic ballo
ib a n d isfo m id in a n
prison privileges after contnba;
BOISE — L o s i^ pris
ins.
t h e 1960 a n d 1962 election;
th e Idaho
nothing unusual in a prisori1 setting,
se
inm ate’s locker is not]
th e
la t w as so unpopular th a t th
Suprem e Court says.
haa t
163
L
e
g
isla
tu
re
rep
ea
led
lh
i t e r h e was ordered
le vers filed a court petition afte
Inm ate Jam es Schevi
w . S e c r e ta r y of S ta te P ec ttc
ir as guard found an
disciplinary segregation after
CDserve ^ days in disi
th e
in a rru s a , th e n speaker o f th
nmate’s locker. His petition diiim
a i e d his rights to
illegal drug in the inm<
a.
Id aahhco House, still rem em bers all
olated.
due process vfere violat
e,e fuss
vo te rs kicked up w hlee n
ly
th
at
under
a
I99S
'
h
'
irt iru led unanimoasly Tuesday l
The Suprem e Court
ific
ik e d to c o m m it to a spe cifi
e setting,
a n inmate
ruling, in a prison discipline
s
U S. S u p itm e Courtt ru
irty to vote in th e party.
h e potential punishprotections unless the
b noc entitled to duee proccss
pi
nai
T u e s d a y n ig h t’s K ooten:
-dinary and a significant hardshi
ment is out of the onlin
ting
ju n ty Republican' Party meetin
tion
as e x p e ae d to adopt a resdutio
illin g o n th e L e g isla tu re: tto
irter term
ug dealer gets shorl
Twin Falls drug
I’t entitled to due process
pi
Inmates aren’t
“ pe.
J™
S i'
laseball couple on probation
p
Idaho Falls bas
a l youth league has
IDAHO F A L L S-- TT he e x -p ru d e n t of the local
isw
•ears probation for helping his
v ife — the league
been p u t on three year
listem Boys Baseball
treasurer — e m b e ^dee uJ p to SSO,000 from the Westi
Association,
o n probation
nd Ihis wife, Maria, 41, w ere pplaced
b
d a y Bates, 40, and
>26,000 in restinidon
n th
' under a pica bargain
tl at r ^ u i r e d them to pay S26
nount of money the
T hat was the amoi
prior to M o n d a/s sentencing.
sen
o ld th e ir home and
m ent a s stolen. The Bates sole
league could documei
is home
up lo make
Missions and a relative p ut his
1
odier personal possess
th ep ^ ^ m e n t
prom pted the couple
m cy said financial problems pro
T he defense attome;
lOO players paid S3S ■
from th e league, w here 1,000
to ta k e th e m oney frc
Jpm ent an d insurance..
each in fees for equipn
Fire charge5would furind
xxs
Dublic transsport projec
J[
^da
B O IS E .(A P ) — T h e Ad
BC
awla nning A ssodation wants la^
Plani
: on
m aa kk e r s to im p o se a S l ta x o
und
ic
h
tire
sold
in
Idaho
to
fun
each
iiblic transportation projects.
pubu
,day
T h e assodation voted Mond:
n ito
I recom m end th e tire-tax plan
sing
leqLegislatiu-e in hopes of usir
th e
u pp tto 5 1 9 5 ,0 0 0 a y e a r o f th
ravloney for buses and trains tra
nion<
lyon
lin
g
betw
e
en
A
da
an
d
Canyc
e lin j
c o3unties.
^
luld
O f f ic ia ls sa y th e ta x woul
dde
lise S l miUion a year statewic
raise
s !S l
j
r
m
ass
tra
n
sit.
A
previous
fo r >
lucd
IX ^o n new tires was discontinui
m1 June.Jl
Iped
7T^h a t five-year program help<
;-tire
aise money to d e a n up junk-ti
raise
iles.
“ A lo t o f c u sto m e rs a s kice d ,
e oi n
»Vhy are you taxing me twice
npathh ee tire ?’ b u t a lot w ere symp
S "?
T h e confessed killer w ho»to
tc ld authorities he
SANDPOINT —- Tl
h an
ir prison refused lo
would ra th er die th
ar spend the rest of his lifeJ in
g hi
his arrtiignment on m urder,r, aassault and Iddnapenter a plea during
ping charges.
t>n Lovelace told 1st
n o r not guilty," Faron
“I p lead neitherr guilty
gi
District Judge Jamies
es.Ju d d on Monday,
y C. Scott, 23,
initted last fall that hb killed1 Jerem
Jf
L o v e l l 39, admit
;a to rs to th e B onner^
H e led investigati
d u rin g th e .sum mier
er oL1995.
>
tim itm ent from prose-- •
County g ra w site ih erx r^n n g e for a w ritten comm
d eath penalty.
cutors to seek the dea
rrested a s a federal fu rtiv e; afte
af r being released
Lovelace ^vas arrej
to c ontaa his
ft
from a prison termI for
foi robbery in Wisconsin bu,tt failing
parole officer.
Coni(ftxlfonvAetepo(ts
C
u
^
'
I t e r plea
dller refuses to enfa
Confessed kill
c o u rt
ould ra th e r have more
this week said they woul
Students taking-finals
fin
iictors an d a c a d ^ c advice. •
niore instruct
2
ry\
id off ,80 production
The J J t Simplot Co. has laid
CALDWELL — Th«
am in demand.
inch fry plant, dtin g a downturn
employees at its frend
m an F re d Zcrza said
ill tto midce," Simplot spokcsma
“It w as a hard call
)ple off, but, because
tough tim e of >-ear to lay peopli
on Monday. “It’s a lou
3 nS,w ehad to do it.”
of im-entory problems,
intly, and th e compar
e
n
d
i
fries
has
been
soft
recentl
T h e m arket for fren
a S.l-pern D dua o n hand. The layoffsi represent
re
ny h as too much proc
a t th e plant, spread
th e production work force at
ccnt reduction in the
a o o s s all three shifts.
fts.
;offs
could
last.
on how long tlie layofl
Zerza Vi-ould not speculate
spe
union building at the
__W
IDAHO F A L L S
- ' hile a p r o p o ^ student ;ur
w ard, m any students
cam pus in town moves forwa
hig h er education cai
se.
ir a building they might not use.
question paying for
permission for
of Education has already given
gi'
T h e state Boardd ol
lu e st a state architect
he 1University of Idaho to rcquc
Idaho State and the
to p l w the building.
rersity
is
asking pupils
Students of Idaho State U niver
T h e Associated Stu
light w ant there, such
am p u s to rate things they migl
a t th e extension cam
nent rentals, a bookstore, a gan room and a food
as outdoor equipmen
-(telDias
r r
fry demand blamed1 Ifor cutback
l^w french fry
age debate
building sparl<s usaj
New union bu
“ I d o n ’t th in k th e p e oIple
p le of
th e law
ta c o e v .
r .- h e
Irfahn
WOoId p o t o p witfa iit,"
Ici
to
“ I s p a nr rr r a e s b e n i n p a a s mcanediately,
mi
said.
sa
s ju iie p e i^
i a g k s s . acrr '^
s x E ^ ix a c a a sDcaexdxdL
_
la d c fo r a s p e th r n e ^ RXaskis
za
5 c party’s baiin c if g itto g
iln
« in th e primaA rcso lo
i tio a to c o s e befcsre
_
^ RRe?3blka=s SZTS pg>
releaicQ;________ K o o ie n d
I t ’s a com m s r y t S e ea xr a c e S S n s s ? o a 'a
lo n p r a a ic e in
lo t o f m laaey
o a tryi=* to i d e s a ^
»iD
toce ia
ia h o p o litic s
p a rrv s igpporrcrs
?o
bzi a o a e r cncid
3r v o te r s in
th e p r i a sarr.T
ar
n e p a r t y to
b e p a t to0 bb e c e r tsse, t i * l e s d b x k n say s.
» « "< -* ■
z o.te in tb e
p c c ^ w bo woric i a t b e
y d e a io n in .
T l i e peo
o th e r party’s p rim uary
p a rty sayT 33 0 t c i r u eS ib e b odan e ffort to defeat aann m c u m b c n
g e t o f ca tt bi e r o f t b e p a r t i e s is
o r pidc Uie w eakest C3
ic a l m iknow n
s p r g c o1ttr r ^ to id e s ifr pE tiH ia t’s w by politica
Raskia szadL
Esct 6 e i c t o i seisai tJas vear
a r jJtt
saxzs fcv ppoazDes.'’
d
D r. W illiam L e v ingger
e o f N'ampa
wosid
b e coosidciabic
tbfSasePakSilttlSaeg Fcri1
n th
“T h e re w
o
g ot 18,054 r o te s in
t e la st 1st
55jjaf nar cf ceIt >5? a nzfct you
£cr bodi paries aad czaa r i a p r im a rr
savings £or
C o ngressional D istri
tf
rxci ed <SEE
d id a ie s bby
y !h z ria g ire s a z o m ."
e le c tio n , n e a r l v 33]2 p e r c e n t,
s s e c c Q c s ia i
ca a sb e iiiB tE rr» a
a v o rite . R ep .
T h e R iqx££c23
^
a g a in st a stro n g favi
adcfted a resc&sxzi C30O iI3C-mtciQa03C-lMU.
L
b.. D
d m y x s r rad
H e le n C h e n o w e tb
1 e m o c ra ts
OExPxiCetfErEZnL
o h opponents.
n g f a r p rga n
r r reg c n ff m b r e o e g
a n d o th er Chenowtah
candix c a is. tb e 1
know ing th a t Demlocratic
oc
ycnfcxibe
riea
was
hnlesz^^poc
d a te D an w niiam
s a shoo^n.
ist b a llo ts fo r
H o u s ee S peaker M ichael
• C ISC
c ro ssed o v e r to cast
3 <of
C i rTijK /f*!
X W»r4rfnr«r said boCb
Le%inger.
woald like tbe x o j ^ e ow ing p e o p le
p a r tie s wo
R a n k in saj-s allow
CEZase
h
aakes
t
b
e
r
jcfas
lers
a pcdinm c .it. beca:
wbo a re not member:
S C in H O T Il
JJ th
e a sie r. BBsi
ar t e s ^ iz's acc
ra i p a rty to \-ote in
t e prim ary
lid a te sa k x o f
t o ha^y een.
a,
e lc a io n costs candid:
'
Is fm
th e t i c w h e n to ldd i t w a s f o r
r e s e a r c h in to w aisst'te d is p o s a l.
E verybody know s th a i’s a probo n .
S ^ ^ | O
u t s t a
Icm,” said Bill Baker,
H 9 H I ||h
a tir e s e m c e ce nIter
te i in
C ity. “ A s f a r a s ma; tr a n s it, I
^-'d necessarihr
don’t know if thej-'d
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solid color svneatcfS in a variety
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ititch tunic.
aw« mock neck an d a S h a k e r stitt
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.
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S a v e A n A dI d m a n a l 4 0 % S E LLEE C T E D
0 00 1 8 8 .0 0 .
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JU ST -R E D U C E D CG
m a£ great
m m 1 U M 3 J 9 . O io o s e (rom
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Its. p a n ts, sk irts, sw e a te rs an,d
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ta c u s e s . S r e s -J-lS. sm
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coordinating
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M A S AN D G O W N S Reg.
P A JAAM
selection ot worm and
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winter plaids.
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flan
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pwear.
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siz ess 6-16.
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S p o )r r t s w e a r
D ress s e s & Sliu its
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A L RE .A O Y DU
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RED
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19 .999
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colors
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RED
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colors
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caidigons m nssorted co
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selection of
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;rs. Shown:
c a r t s . sl«:rB. la ch eIts.
ts. v e s ts , b lo u ses a n d sw ea te rs.
jr y b y s lo f c .
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c r e n lle c a rtig a n . lO
a acrylic. Selection m ay vary
ear.
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S a n r e 4 0 % 1x i0 0 % C O T T O N S E P A R*A
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1 4 ^ 1 0 -2 4 .0 0 . Com fortable week
. P eg, 2.:.QCWO.OO. 14,
gaim en td y cd to
a -* a re f* c ( fashion1to
tofp s, p a n ts and lecfimGS. all fiai
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F u r nr i s h i n g s &
rramrt. S i t s sm'lM I S S E S D E N I M JE•A
A IN S Reg.
je an s by Bill
3Se from a selection of d cnim jer
2 9 5 ^ 3 6 .0 0 . C noose
1.. S iics 6-18.
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S W E A T E R V E S T S Reg.
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S a v e 4 0 % » hH O LID A Y P R IN T E D FLLEE E C E Reg.
o m a variety of
:a t gift
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^
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th is m o n th , is; t(
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trification, th e p lutonium ,
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Clark Walworth....................
radioactive
is m ix ed w ith1highly
h
and writers of etiltorials
of tho wlitorial board and
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mer
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and John ^ompson.
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e t t e
p ro a c h sends; aa n unequivocal signal
im’s security risk s f a r oute s ithat
plutonium
al w ith coats, p a n ts a n d shoes
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v a lue, a c onclusion
w
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its
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h
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and
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legedly s u fferin g
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v eteran s who a rc allege
case respect our c h ild re n ’s nrights
gl
actor fuel {called m ixed
lo ^ ra k e
m a d e m to reac
in ’s chem ical w arfrom Saddam H ussein’;
ih cr d e a n u p a f te r yo u r d o g’ or
K) a nd b u rn ed in a civilian1
oxide o r MOX)
,
fure? W hen inform edd o f solid e v id e n c e
m elsew here.
n th e fuel com es o ut, a
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that som e b attlefielddss h1 ad b een exT han k you for y o u r assistance.
phiionium rem ains, b u t it
good dea l of pi
th e com*
posed tn chem ical a g eents,
r
RANDY R UTLED GE
w ith th e highly radioacis n o w m ixed1\s
kiolvcd ignored th e
m anding officers invob
Principal
el,
tive sp e n t fuel.
y. th
reports! Additionally,
t e P e n ta g o n is
KATHYRN G. MUSCAT
fuel rods could b e reproT h e spent fu
h
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m
en
tatio
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A ssistant P rincipal
>arate th e plutonium and
c e sse d 10 sepai
th a t could prove th e: cchh arges to b e tru e .
Tw in Falls
n d ih e plutonium u sed
th e w astes and
m oc u r ow n govem It is a sad day w hen
;ain, b ut this t h e U nited
a g a in and agai
m ent tre a ts its nationaJ
elp
improve
traffic
safety
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S
ta
te
s
will
not
ot do,
la tio n th a t re w a rd s
hypochondriacs! A nati
MOX tra c k s e n d s a
id itorby
T h u s th e M'
R esponse to le tte r s to th e editi
t h e presidency
Rf
a d r a h dodger w iih the
age. By re c o g n iz in g plu-amp:
m ix e d messa£
e a ih e r P ilkinton a n d T in a Lam
Heal
w hile giving iis so ldie
ierrs th e ru n -aro u n d
ergy v a lu e , it ta k e s o n e
recent lelto n iu m ’s e ner
I’ve
I’v read w ith in te re st th e rec«
w ill-wake up o ne m om ing a n d d isco v er
he p a th of a p lu to n iu m
J TTiin a
s te p dow n tiu
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by
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to
n
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d
ters
th a t no one w ants to) bb<e a h ero a n jro o re .
lom y. B ut by c h o o sin g to)
e n e r g y econo
am p regarding traffic s afe tyj a nr d chilleroes don’t weigh th e
Lam
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re p ro c e s s in lg
g an d re u s e , th e o p tio n
im e d enough to w rile le tte r:ss to
tc voice
ccm
KELI.Y WALTON
le ave s e c u r ity in te r e s ts
ere are
a tte m p ts toI l(
leir
opinions;
u
n
fo
rtu
n
a
te
ly
,
th
Uance
C
hairm
an
theii
Id ah o C itizens .MUai
m cem for
p a ra m o u n t,
lousands of o th e rs w hose conct
thou
B urley
ted
If th e U n ite
i S ta te s h ad only itself,
leir child’s s afety e n d s a t ih e d oor of
thei:
apons p lutonium to consid-i.
a n d only weap
ie car. This m ay seem h arshI bbuut so is
jJ';
Please keep dogss off
o playground
ce rtainly w ould pu rsu e .
ne, SOpeoe r, it alm ost c»
le re ality th a t, th is y e a r alone,
ation, th e p ath clea rly die_
_]g
id re d sin only viirificati
To th e citizens of T\vin
Tv Falls:
le |h ave b een k ille d an d hundr<
im portance it a tta c h e s to
ile m e n ta ry School
ta te d by th e: it
ured on M agic V alley roadwfays!
ay; Many
VVe al Saw tooth Elei
nItion. But the c hoice is como f you on b eh alf o f
n o n p ro liferati
need to ask a favor of;
Cjj
th e se d eath s could h a v e b eee
enn pro/e a r. we h av e h a d a
e n te d if safety re stra in ts w eire
re used.
o u r students. T his yea;
unacceptle v
w ith dog feces o n
^ hen is it going to b ecom e! un
g re a t deal of trouble
W
tee n s
--------N r-------title we im m ediately
our playground. While
ble to h ave o u r c hildren an d1 te
\
call th e dog catch err if
if a s i r a y d o e
ransporicd in v ehicles w ilh o)Ut
u t;requir‘r t y d u n n g th e d a y , ,
jj,„.
d c d in a
com es on th e property
ng them to b e c orrec d y bucklec
)ard made right choice
over those p eo p le
-esponsibii.
jerome boa
we h av e no control ovi
afeiy re straint? I t’s n ot ih e res[
5S
to
n
ur
p
lay
g
ro
u
n
d
j
k e sure our
i „ responst
ise to th e a rticle o n W edneswho bring th e ir dogs t
ty of 1.1We n forcem ent to m ake
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w eekends. W e uno u r respon.
d „ y ,D 5c . l l1,, over th e Je ro m e Scbooi
a fte r school a n d onI w(
hildren a re b u c kled u p. It’s our
a v e a nice field, a n d
fn e n d s and
B oard moeiir
d e rsta n d th a t w e have
ibiUty as p a re n ts, relan v es, fnc
ting reg ard in g th e suspenwe e n jo y th e fact thh a t we a re a com m uesidents of th e M agic V alley,
sio n o f athlet
etes:
ease clean up a fte r
If you’re co n c ern e d e n o u g h to
tt g e tm th e actions th e b o a rd memI su pport; 11
nity facility, b u t pleas
relieve him self.
solved a n d w an t to h e lp changc
your' dog should he• re
b e r s took oift!suspending t h e ath le te s
h uge mess. It is n ot
D og feces m ake a In
;d a c o ntract th e y s igned at
udes a bout tra ffic safety, I invi
w ho v iolated
:
Kids
ofJ
beginnin;
fair to o ur stu d en is5 th
th a t th e y cannot
0 call th e M agic V alley S afe Ki
ing of football season,
IS 0ours,
,
out slipping on it an d
play out h e re w ithout
ice a t 737-2430. T h e c hoice is
inbably s ta ted t h a t th ey m ainT h a t proba
u n p leasan t
falling in it. It m a k;es
e s recess
:
iVill w e c o n tinue to a c ce p t thh ee 1loss of
>rades o r p ro h ib it alcohol
ta in good gra
for th em , as well a s Ih
tli e playground
am ily m em bers a n d f rie n d s; oorr will we
ng, causing no tro u b le in
u
a
re
willu
se
,
smoking
h
em
of
learn
in
g
aid es. It d ep riv es the:
Jo som ething a b o u t it? If y ou ai
us in planschool,
leave school to go
jng‘to g et involved, th e n jo m1 u;
w hen they have to lei
}.
jlem is th a t th e players vioth e o d o r a n d
outh.
T h e probU
hom e an d change because
bee
lin g a s a fer fu tu re for o u r yout
o n tract - w hat they g ot is
la te d th e cor
m ess a re so foul thtat
a t ithey a re u n a b le to
BLOSSOM M A THEW S
deserved.
w
h
a
t
they
de
1
th
ese
clothes.
I
t
is
sta n d rem aining in
Tw
^ in Falls
u n fa ir to th e p a re nIts
ts w hen they h a v e to
M
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P n )b a b ly n o t e v e rj'om
n ee is so ld y e i o n
th e n u m b e r o f
th e Id a h o L ottery, b u,tt tl
iis c ritic s h a s p ro b a b ly s; h ru n k in t h e
p a st e ig h t y ears.
Id ah o v o te rs a p p ro v ee dd a s ta te lo tte ry
N oo v e m b e r 1 9 8 8 .
by a slim m a rg in in N
irc e n t to 48 p e r T h e c o u n t w a s 52 perc«
c e n t, a f te r a c a m p a ig^n td ia t p itte d t h e
th e p ro s p e c t o f
allu re o f ja c k p o ts a n dd ll
itf a lls o f s t a te re v e n u e a g a in s t th e pp it
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plica ted b y t h e fact th at
at?Moscow’s view
rror image of
of p lu to n iu m is th e m irro
intends not only
W ashington’s. Russia inu
to reprocess it
10 m ake M OX fuel b u tt to
as well.
led w eapons w ill
_A lso, w h ile dism antled
riium
produce a lo t of plutoriiui in th e coming y e a rs, reprocessingg of
ol civilian plu- twice as m uch,
to nium co u ld produceI tw
and th is reactor-grade; pplutonium
i
claims to th e conF ren ch a n d J a p a n e se cla
trary n o tw ith sta n d in g■--isp
i e rfe c tly
good w e ap o n s fuel.
ility is th a t w h ile
T he u n p le a s a n t realii;
uggles to d ev ise
th e U n ite d S ta te s .strug(
of plutonium
a m e an s o f disposing of
ind safe from dith a t k e e p s every pound
ich
versio n , B ritish . F rench and R u ssian
re p ro c e ssin g p la n ts aire
re churning o u t
by the ton a n d
a d d itio n a l p lutonium1 bj
o th er such p la n t.
Ja p a n is b u ild in g anoth
d
e a r industry a n d
Som e in th e U.S. nuclea
ke to do th e
in C o n g re ss w ould like
sam e.
JX tth at c o untries
T he s tra n g e paradox
effort into nonprowould p u t enorm ous effi
g uu]p huge stockliferatio n w hile piling
consequence o f
piles o f p lutonium is aa ci
es imade d ccades
t\vo te c h n ic a l m istakes
eactor grade plutoago: th e b e lie f that reac
for w eapons a n d
nium is n ot suitable for
•s w
would b e in ad eth a t u ra n iu m supplies
rgy needs. Plutoniq u a te fo r g lobal energy
perpetual e n e rg y
um r e cy c le , a kind off pe
gly safe, b ecam e
m ach in e a n d seemingly
industry. M any
the holy g ra il of th e ind
n ., ceven in th e fa c e
still d re a m th e d ream
ive
of econom ics that h ave tu m ed overit.
w helm ingly against it.
adm inistration’s
G iven all this, ih e adt
!S si
sense. T h e re is
iw o-track plan m akes
Dse of plutonium :
no g ood w ay to dispose
bad. To m ake it
This o n e is th e least ba(
m eeds several acsucceed, how ever.-itne
ihifts,
co m panying policy shif
draw a
T h e U n ite d S tates[Shouldnoc
sh
ween m ilitary a n d
false distin c tio n betwei
rh e clear, b rig h t
civilian plutonium . The
,s 01
on no fu rth e r p roline it sh o u ld d raw is
plutonium a t le a s t
d u ction o f sep a ratedJ pi
weapons a rse n a ls
un til th e disposal of■wc
iles, Tiiat m ean s n o
and e x istin g stockpiles
le a u
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reproces
m’t
:lear w eapons s ta te s. It^won’t
nn soon, b u t it sh o u ld b e thee uur
SJpTtl'
that it
seal goal. T h e U .S . stance th at
equivoci
ipronot encourage” civilian repro
“ does nc
g by
cessing
1 its a llies should shift to “ oppose.”
re
shington n e e d s to say m ore
Wash
/ and
fo rc e fu lly th a t re a c:torto r
loudly
i
fuel.
g ra d e: p lutonium is 0 w eapons fue
titra ry
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poohing c la im s to th e contra
pooh-pc
ld ev en bbyj v a lu e d f ric n d s r lt-s h o uLild-not------------deite to in s e rt its e lf in to th e d<
hesitat*
ay in
b a te on
on this p o in t n o w u n d e r wivay
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sensi- ,
iting th e M O X o p tio n is a, sot
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ind ire c tly - to su b sid ize produche
The
tio n 3f
ofa d d itio n a l p lu to n iu m . T
Ruussia,
MOX; ppla n t th e W e st w ill h e lp1R
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b u ildI m
n ust b e 'a llo w e d to h an di ie
ivilian
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alread}
ilitary.
o r mili
to b(
b e re -'
ially, if r e a c to r fu el is not to
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ernajssed, th e re m u st b e a n altern:
process
nore inThe
tiv e.T
l best c hoice is one or more
storing
itionally
ru
n
facilities
for
stori
te m a ti
ippot ffu d . E ffo rts b y n u d e a r oppo
spent
trgy by
s to
nents
t shut d ow n n u c le a r enorgy
ising everything, trying to m ake
at
opposii
ndustry c hoke o n its w aste,:. aare
r
th e ind
force a
uided. T his a p p ro a ch couldcl fo
rnisgui
ut
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to reprocessing, t h e worst ooutd
S
tates
2.
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is
tru
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in
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come. ‘
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as well
th e
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i n g Iarepository,
r
e to
place
t p ut it.
ariy
le U nited S ta te s s ta n d s noariy
The
s
view
of
e among
m a jo r s ta te s in its vie
alone
i
ocessing, b u t it h a s a hugeI ally
alb on
reproc
)nium reide: the e conom ics of plutoniu
itssidf
utilitie s
e
stink.
E
very y e a r n u d e a rr uti
cycle s
;
reprosee that
thi m ore c le arly . (Japan’s rej
ms iS20
ing plant is c o stin g a ruinous
cessin,
on.)
billion
nd
If W
V a sh in g to n s ta y s firm aarii
.
ir-a s s t a t e s g r a p p le .w ithh_dis:_,,_„
.d i
- cloarv e n tu it l e d n u c le a r w e a p o n s , eeve
m antl
a lly' ev
e e n g o v e r n m e n ts w illl aass
w ell,
^
ssicfl Mathews is a senior fcUow
Jcssi
IS. S.
Shc
Couricif on Forcigr^, Relations.
thcCc
tc
Wai
lyrorcthis commentary for the Washington Post.
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n -iE W S
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e t tT
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E R S - -------)1 districts
di
onlyy twish th a t th e o th e r school
lOl
aid follow th e J e ro m e School
wouu
h ee ffu tu re
ird’s d c d sio n . H opefuUy, th
Boan
cwas
letes will u n d e rsta n d w hat wa
athle
le - and why.
done
who
■or it was o bvious th e p are n t w
Foi
s
was com
c plaining w asn ’t going’ to d o . •;
^h in g a bout w h a t his fine boy h a d ;
anytl
le.
done
they
h a d b e e n drinking, th
e j couldl
Iffthey
t
n eone
1
ife killed th e m se lv e s o r someoi
have
I
else.
d m em - j
\gain, Je ro m e School Board
Ag
j
rs, thank you fo r tak in g thee rig
n j ht
bers,
steps.
n e cessary
w
MICHAEL
M AGNELLI
Ml
[erome
Jei
hand, I feel th e y g ot
B ut o n th e o th er han
off too e a sily and, nlot
ot to
1 be a c ritic, if I
ard. I would h a v e
had b e e n o n the board
su sp e n d e d
voted to h av e those; players
pi;
n a!
all sports. F o r o n e
th e e n tir e y ear from
ever be tru ste d
re ason, th e y cannott ev
ouldn’t e ver t r u s t
an d th e c oaches shouli
th em a g ain.
F o r t h e team , I d id rnot feel t h e susitc o m e o f th e g a m e
p e n sio n h u rt th e outcc
/CTand Je ro m e , fq r
b e tw e e n S nake R iver
th e p o in t spread w aass iabout rig h t th a t
w as p re d ic te d .
jrea t to h e a r
I th o u g h t it was gre:
n m en t on th e s p o rts
J o n a th a n Drew comm
ictions against h ig h
it w as a b o u t tim e actii
re ffinally tak e n . I
school ath le te s w ere
By B ru c: ee 1T inslei*
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is’ classic
leeting for
i
isibUity
poor in C h a rle s Dickens’
c g if
jk in
- “A 'C hristraasC arol,*' hloorhoused
m isses p e rso n a l responsib
m th e
for his fellow m en by aski;
there a re n o t enough poor
i5 a n d th e
cs a n d d e b to rs prisons re
in last
i
country.
JUS leadF lash fo rw a rd to 1995 a
state o f M a ry lan d w here
im Ith a t
w eek a g ro u p o f religious
*e
_
ers m e t w ith Gov. P arris
esponsiG lendening a n d told him
the g o v e rn m e n t - not the
/ said, a re
church - is p rim arily resp
E irsoup
ble for h e lp in g th e poor.
)gram s
Religious le a d e rs, theyd itional
sa
ov e rb u rd e n e d w ith th e ir i
kitchens a n d o th e r p rogn
state govand c an a ssu m e no additi
r le v e ls of
responsibilities.
ches, synAs t h e f e d e r a l a nd sta
1 o tth e rs
e m m e n ts r e d u c e th e irale
n e a r lie r
w elfare fu n d in g , churche
leople
agogues, m o sq u e s a nd:sot
in th e
like th e m m u st recall le
a ns ta te
tim e w h e n relig io u s peoi
a firs t
w ere on th e fro n t lines it
war o n p o v e rty a n d thiting
es
was a la s t re s o rt, n ot asfi
e e th e
resource.
istitu tio n s
O ne pro b le m in fightin
in stitu tio n
poverty is th a t people sei
poor a s a g ro u p and instii
ss th e s o lu tio n . If the insi
of g overru n en
n t a tte m p ts to
for th e
tra n sfe r re s p)onsibility
or
io u s in stitu tio n s.it
po o r to religioii
w in faU. T h e: response
re
to povcrersonal,
n
ot
instituty m u st b e p e n
tional.
to th e M aryland
A ccording; to
ta te ’s office, there
se c re ta ry o f sstc
im ilies, o r 185,083
are 53,253 fam
indiv id u als, rc(
receiving w elfare
p ay m en ts in th a t sta te. T h e re
a rc m o re th aan
n 5,000 p laces of
w orship in Mai
Maryland. So, if
ev ery p lace of
o f w orship becam e
re sp o n sib le fo
fotr ju s t 10 families,
or 37 ind iv idluu ai ls, th e w elfare
roles in M aryli
y la n d could b c
w iped c le a ni.. B igger churches
could h a n d lee m
n ore, sm aller ones
less,
p u t th is wa>
/a y , th e en d of weifa re a s w e knc
<now it is w ithin o ur
g rasp . In a sta
s ta te whose populatio n e x c e e d s S m illion, even
th o se w ith no
no ch u rc h a ffiliahelp , fu rth e r reductio n m ig h t hel
rdie n ” on th e
in g t h e “b u rd
ch u rc h e s,
b odies a re about
R eligious bo
th e b u sin e sss oof changing the
ctio n of p eople’s lives. Not
d ircctit
should they b e helping
onlyrsh
th e mn oo ut o f m aterial poverty,
b c h elping them
f should
t he ys
h
in sp iritu a l riches that w ill
“ nge th e ir w ay of living. B ut
—
if c h u nlu rch e s s e e th e poor as a -----i.
den
bu rd
en a n d th e sta te as p rim ariBsponsible for helping, they' '
ly resp<
1rerej
je c tin g one of their fundal m an d ate s a nd opportum e ita
n tal
es. M inistering to the p oor
m ties.
vides reciprocal blessings.
provicli
any c hurches today
Too<m
mz
ap plear
ea r m ore inte reste d in prezing th e ir program s and
servinj
:itutions
th a n in taking on
in sm
u
le of s ervant, em ulating
th e ro
rol
w
L ea d er they profess to know
a n dI follow.
fol
la ar yr la n d officials should II
M
s e n,cld aa c o m p u ter p rintout to all
DO p] la c e s of w orship in th e
5,000
,
s t atct e, ,in
: fo rm in g them of th ose
e ir c o m m unities on weiin :h
thei
e.. CClergy should begin
fa re
,
m essages a bout th e
p rcraching
acl
v ileg e o f h elp in g th e poor
priviU
^
o u t; of th e ir poverty. T he s ta te
g ramn ts c e rta in ta x b reaks to
igious
re lig
it b o dies, expecting
th e•m
m to
i perfo rm w ork th a t th e
s tate
te ca
( n n o t o r should not do.
rn
s a rig h t to expect a re tu rn
It la
has
,j.
from
m th
t e ta x exem pt. If c h u rch
le addeers
t th in k g ovem m ent
ou gght
h t to b e th e prim ary,
)v id e r for th e p oor, p e rh a pIS
s
provic
ta te ought to b e a sking
th e* sstJ
ty takes; enormoD U S
Povert
S M
in long run
r
W
thrown into p overty b j
reform! If we d on’t p aj
we’ll pay another.
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l i lo let nictihol run yi>ar life?
O r k a s i t[■ecmtrvi?
t
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If ytni'rectintrrno
i'll answer your queiliont AnJitaiLta
having onyviirlil
tyotiropliont. L rtgoof theJrin
Icvc,
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ryou tome hope to hoIJonto.
with you aLoutyo
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b t a k e n k o l d o £ y oDi :U ?
now
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Molly Ivins is a colun
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to ll i
<ed som e seasonal clucking
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voked
Ity Claus,
wleek. L et’s try a new
H
la stt W
old thing,
proach. Sincc th e reality of
luWn’f
S
M
o
l
l
y
“
5 e^ in
, “ four A m erican children
hy, Santy
(
^0 really,
)wing u p in poverty docs n ott
you sly old
and
B
Iv in s
jm to b o th e r our GOP-conyouihou?d
on’t n c«/
illed Congress, or even our
W
trollet
have! No
r t
resen
:w D
LJ
N ew
I em ocrat president, let’s
them .
I,.,-.
—
Boeing1am
try in g to w ring tears from
stoIp
p ti
M cD onnell
’? YouD ouglas don’i
)se stones. L et’s hit ‘em in th e
iCcording to th e
those
that nice
g foCrhristm
th e as pres<
this y e a r. AcC'
tto m line.
3udget and Policy
bottot
you’r e aong.
b o u t to lay on thi
C e n te r on But
W hat’slars
t h aat re
you say? YP rio rities, 9333 p1 ercen t of all t h e .............-A-dchild b o m in poverty is
red uctions passed
m)re
orelikely to b e a low-birthhaven’tf dthoen costs
e anythingefo
n title m e n t ri
sight baby, m eaning health
IS in
w eigh
Boeingith
Co. lately? Wronj
by C ongress
ii 1995 a n d 1995
oblem s from then on. Lots of
:s fo
probli
■ ■c h u m p -y o u x ta x dollars
y ow n
w ere in c u ts
f r program s for
n 'e ased h e a h h o r e costs
e. T
increj
probably a b o u t to paywth
orld’s
po o r p eo p le,
"i his is a n approere, fellow citizens. T hen, if
cken sian p lot for th e
there,
of Boeing’s m erg er with
npany. So
p ria te ly Dicki
doesn’t get a deq u ate
thaatt child
c
M cDonnell. Y our veryeople
o\ only
season, d oI’t
n ’tyou think? Ninetyhis b rains won’t devel
n uitrition,
tn t
C hristm as g ift to the woi
1 A rm y a t
th re e p c rc e’ n t of e verything
so h e won’t do w ell
o pI pproperly,
n
largest a ero sp a c e compa
th a t’s b e e nI ddcone to b alance the
a n d is far m ore likely
his w ay is b eing
in school
sch
sw eet o f y o u - m ost peoi
• reason to
b u d g e t in this
to dro
drc p out.
think o f th e Salvationistm
Ai as givta k e n o u t o3f th
t e p ittance of lowS
top
thinking
poor, hungry
nilies a n d individuSto
this tim e o f year.
th a t “ th e
incom c famili
lildren w ith big, sad eyes, like
childl
A nd h e re ’s anoth erwre;
ork ers
als.
ose k id s in K eene paintings,
e, rn ot a ll th e news is '
those
bc p rou d o f yo u r Christn
ke th e
Of course,
lin k of m illions of feral teenlel Ovitz, for example,
T hinl
’d ju s t
bad. M ichael
ing: B oeing prom ises -I
tha
;ers loose o n th e streets, getagers
n um ber o f displaced ny
woithouwill re c c iv e aat least S95 million
igg into
gangs, killing innocent
for leaving th e
tin
i
will b e m im m al.” I like
i tatlk in g
in c o m p en sation
sat
^standers, d ealing drugs, robbysta
sound of “ m inim al” - I’ci
D isney Co. aaffte r 18 m onths of .
n g - an d th e n think of th e cos
le ly regarded as an
biiiglike to k now how many
t
juried
w hat is widel;
in
c
arcerating
them for years
:ory
o f inc
sands of p e o p le we’remillion
ta
in
u n sa tisfa c to
r perform ance.
a t aa tim
t e.
}dcompenW hat d o es th is h av e to do w ith
about.
II give
S' u p on trying to get
I
c u ttin g p rojgram
g r s for poor peoW hen Lockheed m?irrii
to feel sym pathy
Rcpublicans
epu
[landed
o ut
plc? J u s t plart
a n of th e Zeitgeist,
M artin M a r ie tt^ S92 m
il
foirr poor
pi children; it ju st can’t b
■ b o n u s e s - o r “ triggered
irdcmemfrien d s, th e te
t< n o r of our times.
jn e. W e’ll h ave to go w ith th e
done
sation," a s th e y say iniment (th at’s
R e m e m b e r w hen it was n ot conDttom-line argum ent and auggrred ibly quaint and
botto
S31 m illion
sid e re d in cre
C orporateland - was han
,ent th a t b y scaring them to
concerned about
nient
im al
d a te d to b e ci
to executives and board
i 30,000
and so d a l justicc?
d gath.
eatl R em em ber, feral teen- /
ISin th a t
econom ic ant
bers. TTie U.S. govemme
ia U
a g;ers!
e n W ild in th e strectsl
C olum bia
( niversity’s study
us, sucker) p icked upake
S3] th e Rich
o th e r 1.1 million children
Annot
lc^ p e z a u e r
of c h ild re n1 aain d poverty proof t h a t A m ighty minima
w orkers lo st th eir jobs in
deal, according to “Take
gon has
Off W elfare” by M arklillion
Z< subsiand A rth u r Naiman.- rgers of
a n d p lan s to
To d a te , t h e Pentagor
sp ent a t le a s t S300 milli
e d u rin g
^
y
rbu, O u r C ustom ers..
O u r G ift To Voi
, a ccording
^
dizing c o rp o ra te mergei
ce K orb in
y /y r
d efense co n tracto rs and
:e dM onitor.
/ /
spend S3 billion m ore
th e n ex t t h r e e years,Boeing’s
ac
a colum n b y L aw rence
i f o]r
," In
A l lL ' W A S H E R S - A L L DAY,
The C h risrian Science
^ theory,
EVERY DAY
Di
m ote th e
T h at’s n o t counting Boe
Only!
1 6 - l^^c. 2 4 Self-Serve
S(
cxp e cte d a p plicationo fo
f th e ,
D lec.
C(
■his
“r e stru c tu rin g costs."
L prize
n m !■
th e se subsid ies “ promo
lyoffs, was
rational downsizing se
of tla st sesHkiiEAGH
refu sed to
r
defense in d u stry .” This
idiocy, payo ffs for layof
> l S « ||D E
m e1d itatin g
re je c te d b y tlie House
^
sion, b u t t h e S enate let
refu s con: ' ' i ^ S > U 0 pinH
iMaoBTam^iaJl
7 /
n d sw itches
go along.
rJ
TcK-sui
Now, w h ile we’re m e
on C hristm a s gifts, le t i
sid e r w ho g o t coal and
5cr
Public N ootice
th e c hurches to h e lp) fo
fc o t th e
re licen sin g o f Id a h o
D rraft
a ll a p p iic alio n s fo r t h e re
bill.
One of th e e x c u sc>s
s |g iv e n by '
I P o w e r C o m p a n y/'s
’s S h o s h o n e F a lls
th e M aryland c le rg y ffo r not
doing jn o re is th a t m aan y of
.vailable (or re v ie w in
^
'
p o w e r p la n t a r e av<
th e poor h av e no tie s
S I ° h a t ? . I t _____ _
ch u rch -W h o se .fau lt.i:
-th e p u b lic lib ra rie s in B u h l. n ie r . J e r o m e . ______
c h u rc h e s
1
is an in d ic tm e n t o f ch
—
* a n d Twin F a lls . Tr hh e c o m m e n t p e rio d
an d an in c e n tiv e toI ddio m orc
th a n sing " B lest Be: tthh e Tie
io n c lo s e s M a rc h 1.
rd in g th is d ra ft a p p lic a tio
re g aarc
T h at B inds.”
T he fed eral a n d sta t
37.
W rillen c o m m e n ts m aay
y b e s e n t to:
'9
9
7
.
crnm ents a re providin
1Id
^ .a h o P o w e r C o m p a n y
opportunity to plac es o f wor- ‘
ship to reclaim th e irr nm a n d a te
All
an d to b a n k ru p t th e> p o v e rty
Attn: C raig J o n e s . P r o je c 1t IM a n a g e r
n
industry, w hich h a s ggrow
r
^
tic prim arP .'.O . B ox 7 0
large and b u re a u c raat!
ily b ecause c h u rch e•ss :a n d th e ir
B o ise , ID 8 3 7 0 7
m
;hip have
enorm ous m em bershi]
w ithdraw n from th eJ p riv ileg e
cd cem in g
of serving God b y rcdi
th e poor.
;ky asks th e
Prof. M arvin Olasky
right question in h iss b o o k "The
Tragedy of A m erican
w e o ffering
Compassion”; "A re wi
b u t our
I----------------.not c oerced s ilver, bui
^
lives?... If we ta lk osff aJ b an doned c h ildren, a r esw
w e willing
o st o f our
to adopt a child? Most
2 0 th-century sc h emics,
cs based on
;e Ita k e
having som eone e lse
failures. It’s
I
action, are p roven fail
th e w arm
^
tim e to le arn from the
e a r lie r
h e arts and h e a d s o f c:
tim es.”______________
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in darkness on ihe N orth Ko
b ank of the Tum cn R iver.
laugh_
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crossed into China did I fe
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how she. 15 m em bers of hi ce r family a n d a f r ie n d e s c a p c d fro m
I
th e ir com m unist h o m d ainndd in a
44^1ay joum ej' th a t led to safety
s
in South Korea.
Noth K ora» dded
k c ta C U H ra .
T h e 17 — t h e l a r g e s t s
n e w ,i,n » r iw .t
group to defect from N orth 1
sd=a rto S a a L H s
C t« « S o < * T » .d
since th e end of th e K orear
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in 1953 — appeared togeihe
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r e im i l e
s e o( f d t t
p eople fro m scatring, said Cfaoi
to flee North Korea b ecause
an d fo n n e r
te f a i
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l u J ita n d
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^w S n b eU d fem e
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m dl office,
T O IN F A U i-A k n g n
win be bcoored ai aa a ple
a }mesrTTinnaeiHXttlie
lh e event £ar Rod L xe d^ trp sso tc Q m o c s,
Emer
to 7:30 p jn . at the Boy
S Wood cjfHjoley.
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Snalce River Area Cotma cm eBec3L
Ave.Ein TwinFaDs. ^L e£efaeadsasificf
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L e ^ bas been de&iDcD
fix BOByears and leapjod
said Coundl fttadept Eg
Voodsiod.
LesBe'sresagoatizi voHbe
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Assawtmgem g ig e j i
Open house pi
fbr scout exec
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about 6 ^ boys and 3;Q
O diergaa.R odga
M a ^ and Wood RherDy,
vaa scoQDQgm tiim e
« aisiac B E « a b ^ K E
miftwirfMgnNevada.Woo
“We bate to see Rod ks
to m is Mm," Wood said.
wffl be intgdsewiiere in saxsiag inlerieoce,
ai
good scourer." NanaBy.j
win woric four to Bve ype,Asz,Waadssd.
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movingoa to au u d isi^ ia
Potential rqilaammis £
years of scouting expm
viewed lliuisday.
inc
Salt Lake Gty a ^ Tenqie,
B dlerae CStyH a n ^
rPIannii^
letsmeetiig
Bellevue Cityonw
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sdiedoledat 7 p 2B.fir
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and Zoning sel
and a t 730 p m for d e
popei^
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rt^wn
p » finng «<tc.
and Zoning Conmusaon
1 rif
d u ie ^ b e a iS p x a .
Ftiblic bearings arecsd;
R j^ Hazen to annex 28 ]
b e 2on^ readential;apd
subdivision of tbat inop
lots. Cofflimiatioi
cussion witb Garth McQi
-City Comidl win bold
1 7 p jn . today ai Filer
! aod smnsement table
ins fo r 1997 a n d th e
lU be discussed.
uncil
meeting
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Rier City Coun
holds special r
F IL E R - T b e F a e r G
B special m eeting a t 7
a t y HalLBeer, wme an
lic e n s e a p p lic a tio n s
C edar D ra w Paric
chool Board
itiilyjneetiqg
^FallsSdnilBaBnl
ier cejetoae O m g n as
Twin Falls Sch
lies dian
at tbeir
■xttng Dec. 24. so d « 3r
cancels montt
mefiing and w an\ meet
TWIN F A L L S -T w ir
m em bers would ra d ier
Eve v n th tb e ir &nnlies
re g u la r m oniM v m eeti
b : ^ cancelled toeir xne
again initi! Jan. 14.
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families. Families are
e
^ esrollment. FamSes
ly tax deductiaas forthi
luJemsiniZDd-Jamia^.
Students are screene
they join the TOgnsn
should im mediatdy
Many l o ^ h i ^ sdiou
for exdiange student
would meet thdr smde
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Glenn's course dninp
3 leeeiFe tbree books aod
and l eceived lave lem
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F o r m ore infonnati
CoUaGB of Southern Idaho Tuesday
sfttB B aD tettinriastftiin tteI Co
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f i l e r - T h e K le rC
ted in th e Ameaded
public b e a rin g a t 27 :3
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for th e rezoaing fitnn
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Mattson’s Subdiviaan
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TN FALLS - All things considei
m ig h t
bon c u ttin g on th e radio mi;
a
ribi
soundI a little off-key - unless the ribbon
radio
cutt to w elcom e a new publicc ra
jice.
present
fid a lly
e BSU R a d io N etwork officii
ion t:tm:hed its T w in Falls production
t
launchc
teeches
u e sd a y a fte m o o n with speec
te r Tu(
iie traditional ribbon-cutting o
tht
10 ai
am ii- )T, b ro a d c a st to pubHc-radio
mony,
le g e o f
s. T h e stu d io on th e Collegt
h e rn Id a h o cam pus was p a ck
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Southe
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with CSI and
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<nming-1450
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will producc
new s an d o01th e r
pro g ra m s, s a id
Jim P aluzzi,!
rzi, BSU
io general manager,
iio’s pro­
iree-fourths of the BSU Radio’s
aces and
am ing com es from olher places
gramn
rogram s
u d e s th e p o p u la r news progr
irn in g E d itio n " and “A ll1 T
Thh in g s
sidered."
n trib u te
ut th e local ce n ter will contri
But
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ies a n d , a fte r New Year's, prodi
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BuncU
oning c h a i ^
7 3 0 p jn . Jan. 7 at
Flier City Cou
to coimt^fTan agpSaaan
SQleg d e o d ^ to comaerconsiders zon
BcdbyLanyaSerfaJI
in m rh p m
t’s ltougher to d o .
“D uring th e day, it’s
watch for th e trafbecause you’v e got to wat
fic,” Bush said.
Dute takes fo u r to
The reg u lar plow routi
e. Bush
said. T h e
six h o u rs to com plete,
1
od ie r h o u r to d ie
stops a d d a t least anoth
job.
iffs Deputy R andy
Wain* County S heriffs
p te d the collision,
Trem ble, w ho investigate
Listeni u p ; lBSUnadio o:omes home
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ldnldres,tees4gBS,nD
Program coordinato
nqiles and sn ^ efB iB n
s f l m a student w idi:
provide infonnatianceab^ ^ b l e iar £50 moodir their luAUngpoiod.
mg an infonnai in-bomc
Any family can jocoed
n and o rio ie d b tire
ing those w i^ snaQ d:
thee r h a v e to b e
T h e p ile w o u ld eith
ed o r plow ed o ff
picked u p a n d rem oved
h itb y b it,h e s a i±
ght, w hen s tre e ts
G enring snow a t night
ws
a re less-traveled, allo w s;plows to d riv e
through intersections,, o r even back u p
th tl
die
said he: hh ad to balancc the law with
river’s needs.
plow driv
w hen they’re plowing,^.diey
thi
“We know
kr
icy’vc
hrough intersections, and they’’
do go thr
their
niaintain th e momentum onI the
got to nu
» d . But given the speed he;cam
car e
snow loai
ly had
hj
into thee in tersectio n with, the guy
sio n tim e.”
no rcacdi
in g to
c ity o ffidals are trying
BushI said
s
landle
out
how
th
e
plows
should
hand
figure ou
VNw hen they have to stop,
the snow
ght to
my o p inion, snowplows ought
“In mj
id e s ,”
ssified a s em crgcncy vehide:
be classi
room
la id “T raffic should m ake: rot
Bush sai
left
It’s d ifficult to m ake a r i ^ t or li
for it. It’5
ilh th e plow downZSOz.”
turn will
ta te
lain u a ry 1 995, an Id ah o S ta
In Ja
:r
of
a
tro
o
p
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r
ticketed
the
driver
ol
Police n
from
p tru c k hauling snowV fn
Hailey\ dum
d
S tre e t fo r failing to obey a stop
st
Main St
n. T
The
sign a tt R
1 iv e r S tre e t and Bullion.
h iv e rs
:ouncil th e n decided the drivi
City Coi
need to stop.
didn’t nt
r e vs-as fililiy tiieaful abour the tSTCdt
V.TO
luoerc
ly kids
•as ju st glad there wasn’t any
ki
“I was
,ing. It
ed. It w as ju st a weird thing,
involvet
^cd
soimdss tto m e like their attitude nleet^
a d ju stm e n C she said.
a litlle• oi
J
n mteostnanal esiiBqge
i t E d u c i ^ I ^ r a aDn em irfflng. ■ , ^ ^
C » . ^
irow the snow fa r
m ph fo r th e plow to throv
e e t, Ja m e s s a id ,
e n o u ^ o u t o f th e street
:avy d je snow is .
dep e n d in g o n how heav}
h«»pl drive tru c k s
T he d ry ’s o lder, two-whee
1
a re tough to g e t started up again.
“T he tn ic k wiH stop,, bbuut you can’t g e t
going again,” Bush s a i L
i
ctions m ean s th e
Stopping a t intersectio
ficult to d e a r , h e
roads w ill b c m ore difflci
ciid- D rivers w ill have: to
to b ade up, leavid uin die intersecing a snow p ile behind
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p ro je5ct triirIS spao
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h e d e v e lo p m e n t, in K etch
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lent
Ttge»wflw8cociespondent
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r op o s e d
o n a l u s e s s u c h a s a p ro
O ne o f K e tc h u m ’s
“ “ .or
K E T C H U M - Om
ccen
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a
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n
is
)rojects to d a te w ill
sw ™
la rg e st bu ild in g proj
‘he p ro jtjc t would include 75 to 85
ion d esign r ev iew a t
Tht
fac e a p reapplication
nnis cen id e n tia l u n its, a pool, tennis
c in iH a u .
5 3 0 p.m . today in Cit
•
, w e lln e ss c e n te r, restau ra n t a n d
T h e q u arter-ccniiu
tury -o ld A lp e n ro se
ie , a s w e ll a s r e ta il a n d o0 f f ic e
ighw ay 75 n o r th of
H o te l, ju s t off High
se e . P a r k i n g w o u ld b e* m o s tly
te r, has b e e n ta rg e t^ ,d e r g r o u n d , w ith a to t a11
K etchum d t y center,
l o0 :f 4 9 0
tio n b y C a lifo r n ia
c d fo r re c o n stru ccti(
ices.
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d e v e lo p m e n t com]
y’s ineigh)f c o n c e rn for th e propeny’s
LLC
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rs in S to n e h ill Condominium
bors
om 1 9 9 0 ,
tt l e m e n t A g re e m e n t from
b e review ed, c a lle d
S e ltl
T h e p ro je c t to be
rp e n te r
in c lu d e s s tr u c tu r a l
w hic
lich r e s i d e n t J e ro m e C aarp
T h u n d e r S p rin g , in<
istru c tio n
iginal hotel, b u t cu ts
saidd w ould re stric t some constn
u se o f p a r t th e origir
th e A lp e n ro se p ropeny.
jy m
on lli
th e flo o r sp a c c by
i ore th a n h a lf ig a te th e
K etchum p la n s to investigat
50,000 sq u a re f e e t.
Kc
from 350,000 to 150,(
re e m e n i’s conditions.
ag rc
A r c h i t e c t u r a l Ily,
l y , th e p r o p o s e d
p plication
‘T he p u rp o se of th e p reappli
s
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n
lik
e
th
e
1
9
7
2
d e v e l o p m e n t is u
;he
e (plan*
h it
desiisig n r e v ie w is to allow th
H o liday In n w hich
it seeks to re p lac e.
s io n to
issi
n innj g a n d z o n in g ) com m is
I t c o n sists o f d u s te
te rs
r of b u ild in g s surre ctio n to
scaped w alkw ays a n d
e « hch a n g e itiea s and give direct
ro u n d e d b y landscap
s ig rn c o n ­
e a p p l i c a n t o n th e ‘d e sig
ty
le
t
h
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t
K
e
tc
h
u
m
th
e
la w n s , w ith a s ty l
ning s ta f f
stra io r Lisa M a jd ia k
ceptp t,” ’ a c c o rd in g to a planninj
Plarm ing A dm inistn
port.
y ."
repo
h a s ca llc d “ blocky."
Jerom<lem anI suspe:cted o)f stealiing canrs
in J e ro m e C o u n ty ,
teSO
r e p o r t e d s to le n in
tg n-TTTi Tt«.frTTy<^rrH»»T^rnW»{
nRtmgT 35
3mte C ounty S h e r if f s
OJtdacco rd in g to Jcrom
a t m c e d ^ o f L ovdbdc, acEor
am tfleenst
tigators.^
r if f s
D e p artm ent investiga
----------------------ingBBEbE ta& ihg; O rantyi. N evv Sherifl
stopped that, c a r out*
S ta te tro o p ers sto]
nenc o f f im la . T h e w re c k; w
w;as
Et ^ m Lme
JF P f T B fF _ > Hf^u Megnns a n a c n a i
u t th e d riv er opparState • sid e W ells, Nev., bbut
gat^[iiE i£ b y t h e liferaihi Sta
naged to evade police,
•PiTw S e r .. , I n ^ n a Q l aa &
i n ra e m s
ently fled a n d manag
5na:w 3TgkT trrf
nvestigators sa y . T his
ivail.
Je ro m e C ounty inve
s am tfie o c o d isic w o e unova
d.
c a r was abandoned,
lu^licu
«.l»JHirT AtlTTTwHjo!
s s = 5 . i a . » « ' = ^ 2 = sw
^ asQ
rpirni
S ilv e r s w a s dIriv
riv in g a s t o l e n c a r
iw tttrp th e K e n o hospii
5 o n i e i s n k » « ^ B e 5 5isgm
l E rrflm seeStv o lv e d in t h e a c ciipital
w h e n b e w a s invo
TTjymr-^ m rftrigg' a t t h e hoSPU
iim a iiV a iA ix e
OQX
s s l i l e <cnn£Bi3xm
d e n t o u t s i d e L.o
o vv e lo c k , P e r s h i n g
rHiaLiiL.
Tr>ntnT a n E g n p
’s D
JentiC o u n ty S h e r if f ’s
1 e p a r tm e n t o ffiPm
pnlTri^ tw irjrively irtpn
lijlllll t.
1
c
a
r
d
a
i
s
said.
J
re
rs
a
s
diiw
ijig:
a
s
e
c
o
n
d
» iTtwrm r w fe
EfgtB S I w
SSi
ilv e rs w a s on e o f fo u r ju v e n i l e s ,
F e b ru a ry
volved in a crim e spree inI Fe
invo
le 1 2 c a r s ,
i9S, in w h ic h th e four stole
199.
used tb o u o
k
brole in to 11 homes and causei
n d s o f d o llars of damage to p] r iv a te
sane
operty.
.
prof
:haat c r im e
AAin o th e r p a r tic ip a n t in th
r . 0o f T w in
s ptree
« w a s C h arlie Loper, JIr.
ills. A n in q u e st jury ruled1 bist
bis w e ^
Fall
lat L o p e r d ie d a fte r b eingI sh
sb'o t b y a
diat
joper w h ile
jm eovm er w ho surprised Lope
hoir
burglarized'
!
an
d
tw
o
o
th
er
teenagers
burj
he t
le m an’s home.
die
S h g g s m z s Jl Jill rf la c ;
r
i
‘ •I
&2
' M
B.1996
W «dnM dtT.D w «nterlB,l
T ta » N m .T M > F tB *s.Maho
.(d
a.LEY /lD A H O
V al
a g ic
v e r a g e a c c i d e n t s , s u ic idd< e s i n I d a h oD
A b o v e av(
TTiat
hat is 27. percent m ore th a n1 tth e
ion.
3.1 d e aths in the U 5. popubdoi
33.1
g iu ic id e s a c c o u n te d fo r 11(6 .2
S
^leaihs
eai
in H aho, 37 percent W|
lo w e st s t a t e ra n k in g
h e ld th e lov
C O E U R d ’A L E NIE
E (A P ) —
through thee 11990s.
Idaho residents a re less likely to
s id
ledical probIdaho r t^
d e n ts w ere 29.4 perd ie from com raoh medi
ikely th a n th e nadonal
lal inorm, b u t
cent less Uke
lem s th a n the national
_heart_dis:^___
.c
, -m ore a p t to succum bI to acc id c n u----- a v e ra g c -ioo.dieJrom
lg to
ease. Theyf w
w e re 28 perccnt less
; an d su id d e , according
t th e lat:rom cancer.
ap t to die froi
• est s ta te repor^
a th ra te was
T h e tw o> aair e a s in th e nation’s
Idah o ’s highest d eath
to p 10 cauu ss e s o f d e a th w h e re
in S hoshone C ountyf zati 13.7 p e r
ith aj national
Id a h o is hh i|i g h e r a r e th e only
■ 10 0 ,0 0 0 compared wilh
jtics are from
u n n a tu r a lI rr e a s o n s o n ih e list:
ra te o f 8 .8 . T he s iatistie
and s u idde.
accidents one
199S.
), 443.3 people for every
has a
In Idaho,
M adison County, which
wh
e re killed in acddents.
100,000 were
: d e ath rate of 4 3 , hass consistently
CO
— D
:
e a t fH
ft
N O T I C E IJ S
--------------------------------jjle
Ith( e r J e s u s C am acho as celi
F a th
b raannt t . B u ria l w ill follow a t th e
nay
ro
m
e
C
em
etery.
F
riends
ma
Je ro t
call11 from S to 8 p jn . T hursday :
t h ee IH o v e -R o b e r ts o n F u n e rs
C hla
a pp e l in Jerom e.
s d a y , D ec. 17, 1995, a t
d ied Tuesd:
Ite r’s hom e in Jerome.
iry w ill b e held a t 9:30
^ „
id a y a t S t. J e ro m e ’s
calhoU cCh.
Chiuxh. Maiss will follow
n. a t th e ch u rch , w ith
Chris Wall
n 1_.8
g su id d e s p er 100 ,0 0 0 .
Tt
T h e overall 1995 d eath raI®.
te “
jja
d ai.h o w as 7.3, com pared w itl
^la
3 ^,
tio o a lra te of 8 .8 .
ased
Id a h o 's pop u la tio n increas
,5.5 p e rc e n t betw een 1990I a n d
on to
J1995,
” - rising from 1.01 million
1.16 million.
BURLEY - Chris
m day, D c c 16,
B u rle y , d ie d Mond;
1 9 9 6 , a t t h e R o»sc
se L in n C a r e
C em e r in W est Linn,
^ ^ n iin s a n d
A irangcm ents are
•d i th e P ayne
w ill b e announced
M ortuary in Burley.
------------------jy.
—
S
e r v i cC
George A Silva
ie M
;corec A. Silva,
M aii"ric
1 offitt, of Burley, 11
GOODING - Geoi
) d a y , B u rle y F irs t
8 S, o f B o is e a nId
d 1fo rm e rly o f
e rr ii a n C h u r c h , 2100
londay, Dcc. IG, P r e s b y tc
G ooding, d ie d Mone
ve. F rie n d s may call one
H illc r e s t “ “ "'JA■ore
''';- th e fu n e ra l a t th e
1 9 9 6 ,' a t
thh e
n d C are C cn icr
R e h a b ilita tio n and
H ansen M ortuaiy Burley
in Boise.
riU be h e ld a t 2 Chapel).
T h e fu n e ra l will
p .m . T h u r s d a y a t
d J u n i o r G a rriso n , o f
Gooding ChapeL Bui
Ils, 1 p .m . today. Twin
t h e E lm w o o d Ci
h W ard LDS Chapel, 824
Gooding. Fam ily anc
\ v e . W. Friends may call
c all from 9:00 a.m.
:45 a .m . to 12:45 p.m .
5 . 7 '^ S S c »
tim e a t th e chapel,
W a t a l a te r to d a y a tt tt h e c h u r c h , (W h ite
o b itu a ry w ill appe
Mortuaryj-in
ui Twin Falls).
date.
o c e V . P e te r s o n , o f
PftA ha
Fiorcnc<
Nalrde Jesus KOCna
Ro
I I i^ m. T hursday, R upert
R upert, 11
IS !S tak e C enter. Friends
West LDS
Romelro
fro m 6 to 8 p.m. today,
JE R O M E - N
Naa ir d e J e s u s
M ortuaiy R upert C hapd
R o c h a R om eiro,, 75,
75 of Je ro m e , H x ^ M hoo u r b ^ o r e the funeral
an d one ho
E S
----------
hu rsd ay a t th e church.
onI TTh
wiin
DDecl b e r t C. W rig h t, o f Tw
F ialls
lls, 1 p .m . T h u rsd a y , W hii
nds
Mbprrtu
t a r y , T w in F alls. F rie n,ycm
may
ay c<all from 4 to 8 p jn . t o d a y ;
fu n e ra l chapeL
th■e.ifi
XXoo r c t t a P e a r l M a r tiz la ,, io f
, m em orial s e r v ic e. ,:1 1
Kfctchum
ite
mia s
, i t . F r id a y , S t. T hom
a.ifa.
um ,
Eppis
isc o p a l C h u rc h , K e tc h u r
:1 in
Vood
R
iv
er
F
uneral
C
hapcl
(Wo<
iiiley).
Hail<
^
•ley,
A lta J e a n M offitt, of B urle
raveside service, 2 p jn . F ridday,
i
gravi
R.iv
ivee rs id e C em etery, H e y b uurm .
ie w in g , 9 a .m . to 1:30 p.i
V ie^
rid ay , H ansen M ortuary Burl
Fridj
ap d .
C;h
haj
-----O bfir r u A R i E S tlon 2 7 8 ___________■
inatlon, caM 7 3 ^ 3 1 , extension
__
For obltuafy rate Infonna
ailey. diod Monday ovoning. De
on Nov. 25. 1925, in Ihe Haile
iver
C at 1 n
Dummor on
B. 1 996, al tho Wood Riv'
T w i N Fr A
i 'L L S >
City LDS Tempio and has 16.
Salt Lake Cii
edical Conler in Hailoy, lollowir
«i" 9
a c tiv e m e m b e r of th e Medii
b o o n anI ai
of several weeks.
Laura LTonner
illr
c h u rc h , so rv in g in many ol Iho. an1 illness
0 , in
She w as bom Sopt, 10. 1920,
itio n s d uring the years,
Sh'
Laura L Tonner.r. 87.
8) ol Boise and organizatio
urlington.
Kan,,
iho
daughter
I
a
two-yoar
mission
wilh
Burlii
vin Falls, d ie d including a
form ofly of Twin
oino
/alter a n d Myrtlo Horr, Fioroit
in a Boise hor h u sbQaiand in H ibbing. Minn. Walti
Monday. Dec. 16.. 1996.
IS
/Od
in
K
ansas.during
her
chil
together as lem- , livod
ural causes.
Thoy also3 served
s
ca te cernor ol natural
“ ed
ood and school years. She movi
anco workers in tho Bolso hood
Laura w as bomiJo
Jon . 20, 1909. in ple ordinanc
sl °
or three years, Sho was a lo) S
Sfan ta Maria. Calif,, w here ^''5
marriod C h arles Tempio for
Twin Falls. Sho ma
tarried Verbon Murphree in 19€
ro c lo r for 15 yoars and marri
T onnof on Aprilil c3. 1948. a n d choir diroc
hoy cam e lo Hailoy that year ai
0'^'^
Aaronic Priesthood boys Thoy
ade thoir hom e in trained Aai
logothcf they mado
ruce
uill
and
operated
the
Blue
Spru
leveral
years.
Most
ol
her
built
J
reliring
in
Boiso.
chorus
sevi
Twin Falls before tei
im e ' w a s sp e n t doing Rlestau
est ran t. today known a sI tlth e
lyed tor almost 34 *oxtra tim
Laura was employee
le
a
r
th
s
to
n
e
R
e
stau
ran
t.
N
jy She tolt this was a spo- H ea
hone operator for - genealogy,
years a s a tolophon
ein e
lu rphreo died in 1982. Floreii
ig, Her greatest pride and Murf
relophono Co,
cial calling,
Mountain States Tele
w rio
ior family;
rrw
r d Emory Diotrich on Dec.'■ '
jdo hor husband, joy was her
Survivors include
983. in Hailoy,
ors include hor husband, 19B3
o: <
a sistor. Mary
Survivors
C harles of Boiso;
Sha most enjoyed her homo a
Burloy; four daughters.
Sh
larco, Calif,: a n d Qleen off B
Jo n o s of San Marc
ooking. and working with her now.
flo
Richard) Hanks ond Nola cook
md nephews, Sho Mavis (Rid
several niocos and
rs ea n d gardon. .
ichard)
Holyoak
of
Burloy.
ers
death by two sis- Bello (Rich;
w as preceded inI do
,end.
Sha
ardon) Luko of Murtaugh.
Sh is survived by hor husbar
hers.
Eola (Gord
ters and two brottier;
im ory D iotrich ol Hailoy: h or
et (Gti)
Putnam ol Sholioy; Emc
cn/ice will bo held and Janet
I
A gravesido son/ii
in-inlaughter. Darlene Sands, son5. Arthur
(Losloa) Dummor dauj
Dec. 20. 1995. at two sons.
/
at 1 p.m. Friday. Oc
ckof
iw. Dick, and grandson. Derrick
ci (Vaudys)
Cummer, both law.
emotery, Tho Rev. and Laird
(
tho Twin Falls Cemt
Ihlor.
’ayette. idoho; hor siepdaughl
/.
Utah;
38
grandchildren:
Payc
of
tho
C
a
lv
a
ry
of
Sandy.
I
W ayne Nigh
/lary Garner and grandson, trie
;-grandchildren; ono great- Mar^
jrch in Twin Falls • 78 groal-gr
Pentecostal Churcf
’ortland.
Ore,;
hor
mother,
Myi
andchild; and two brothers, PortI
rrangom enis a ro great-granc
will olliciato. Arrai
io r r ol Burlington, Kan.; h er t
Batos of Mosa, Aiiz., and Horr
lion ol tho Aldon- Man/in L. B
(J
under tho direction
>rothers. Elmer Doan Horr and
atos ol Proscolt, Ariz, She brotl
al Chapcl
in Boise. Garth Bato
Waggoner Funeral
C
vifo. Marjorio ol Burlington. Kan
Ka
ced ed in doalh by her par- wife
)wers. m em orials was precec
Instead of dowo
wi
•eo brothers, tfiree sistors, ain
n dd R o b e rt Horr an d h is wife,
A m erican cnls, three
m ay bo m a d o to Iho
:
/arjorio of Wichita. Kan.; andj Iher
n-in-law a n d two g re a t- Marj
n.
ono son-ii
Heart Associalion.
;istor, Twyla Hunt ol Omaha. Nob.
Ni
ns,
siste
grandsons,
5ho w as preceded in death by
lyher
i
un eral will b e held at 11 Sho
0
1
r
j
v
irst husband and her father.
B url
ursday, D ec. 19. 1996. at first
a.m, Thurs
>p.m.
Frionds may coll from 1 lo 5 p
oy 10th Ward LOS Church.
Fr
the Butloy
rhu rsd a y . Dec, 19, 1996, a t '
6 lh St.. with Bishop Boyd L. Thu
515E, 16lh
/Vood River Funeral C hapol
B aggettt officiating. Frionds may Woe
Hailey.
n 6 to 8 p.m. today at the Hail
C
M
ortuary
Burley
Ctiapol.
C re m a tio n will follow, witl
Hanson
Tiomorial sen/ice planned for
321 E. M
M(ain S l.. an d ono hour mor
springtime, her lavorilo timo ol
ho funeral on Thursday at sprii
before Iho
/oar. Arrangements aro under
'Ch, Intormenl will bo at the yoai
the church
Jiroction of the Wood Rivor Fum
^omotory.
diro
Oakloy Cor
::hapel in Hailey,
Cha
'
F il e r
ce Jordan
M. Alice
>
^
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•; r
■'
:
/u K m
■ W S lJ .— I
Delora BatesiDuramer
Di
D elora B atoss 0D im m er. 93 o(
aturday, Doo 14,
Burloy. d ied Satu
no of her daughlor.
1996. at tho hornet
naugh,
_
Eola Luko In Murtau
June 29, 1M3. in
Sho w as bom1 Ju
County. Idaho, to
•
Marion. C assia. Cc
ibell Jenkins Bates,
Arlin H. and Isabel
She lived on a farm
fam in Marion with
Id atlondod-grado
:
hor p arents and
e
school in Marion
in uuntil 1917. when
id t(
to tho Unity aroa
’
tho (amily movod
g r a d u a te d from
of Burloy. Sho3 gi
■hoolin 1922. After
Burloy High Schoc
)m Albion N orm al
^
g ra d u a tin g Irom
ght school at Locust
::
School, she laught:
chool in O akloy.
*•
E lom ontary Schc
do School, a n d In
•; • M urtaugh Grado
Ilator y e a rs in th
thoo B u rlo y S c h o o ,
Dislrict.
S ho m arriedd 'William O le e n
»
’
:
K etchum
,
,
Felipe VIzcay
p
Oico J o r d a n , 90. diod
M. Alic
S atu rd ay.
ay . O oc, 14. 1996. a t
'iew E states in Twin Falls,
BridgoViev
Show^ras
as born March 28.1906, In
O rient. Iow
Ic a, th a daughlor of
Franklin, D, and Flora Davis Brown,
Whon she
she w as 8 ,yoars old, sho
movodtotoIdaho wilh her paronls.
On Feb.. 13.
i: 1925. sho marriod Leo
lan in Twin Falls, In 1941,
jrc h a so d a son/ice station
g ,„c,
ooory sto re in Filer which
|h|,„
imod Jo rd an 's Corner and
op^fg
crated this for many yoars.
vors include seven .grandSurvivor
children;;
n; 22 groat-grandchildren:
roe great-great-grandchilgpd Ihroo
(jrgp. Sho
Ihe w as preceded In doalh
^jy
^u'
husband
on Sept. 23.1984;
hor paron
rents' an d 1 0 brothers and
gistors •
nq june
jn o ra l services have been
j Cremation
was undor iho
nianned
(
direction
on Of W hile Mortuary and
cromatorv
ory In Twin Falls.
::
SINCE 1M4 I
-----------
5
em ish of R upert; Brenda WBorden
ord
Burley; M uriel Klen
Dazis
an s, both of Hansen; B etty’ Da
an d A ^ e la Hawkir
of Oakley; and T h erc
er sa H itto fD e d o .
B irtte
nto'C
yntH ia'C astenedjrof BBuricj;
tirl
A babyw ^borT T
i
d a and
iterson of Oakley, and A ngela
£
Cheri and Nels Pate
Hansen.
Dusty Hawkins of H
A dm itted
71 5an d Ja c o b S k ee m . b o thI of
of Twin
Sandra M ilam
Falls; and Cindy/ P atchett of FUer.
<A MEMORIAL HOSPITALL
MINIDOKA
lEGIONAL M EDICAL C E n
Ntne r
CASSIA REJ
A dm itted
Delgado,
ane d a of Burley, A quileo De
Cynthia Casian
ipert; and
Carlcon Tolmann aand Chris U hl, all of Ruper
1, both
of
;omery an d C heri Peterson,
b
B arbara Momgoir
Oaldey.
Released
of
;ta n e d a a n d M a ry M yers,i, both
bi
C y n th ia Castai
ues
Some nam es aa nr : om itted a t padcnts' re q ucst<
Admitted
th of
od a n d R yan A dam son, b)o
o th
Z a ra W akew ood
/R ip p y of Burley.
R upert; and AndyF
Released
■r of
J e n y H onsinger
( R upert.
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I
crecjit on phone
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Ttiomas Rea
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lu n ty S h e r if f ’s
th e J e r o m e Cour
,515 to w ard s a n
D e p a rtm e n t 51,51
u n p a id 53,000I lo
1( n g -d is ta n c e
u m u la te d s in c e
p h o n e b ill accum
Jan. 1.
t e c tiv e G e r a ld
S h e r if f ’s Dete<
SW
Brandt said a US
V est represenF rid a y to
ta tiv e co n ta cte d him
1
say, “T he credit is in
L th e maiL"
3 T he problem
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s\t a r t e d
in
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, O c to b e r 1995
m ixupinU S wv h e n t h e J e ro m e C o u n ty
WestbiHmg, S\ h e r if f ’s D ecollectcalk toi pEa rim e n t to o k
o v e r L in c o ln
911 througl C( o u n ty ’s 911
r^itg
seuemllong ' J e r o m e
C
d ts u m
<o u n ty n o t
o n ly s t a r t e d
iitililieswere g‘ e ttin g Sho*
s h o n e ’s c a lls ,
billedto
I
b u t in h e rite d
th
Jerome
t e bills fo r aU
collect long-discountj, along> ta
J n c e c a lls to
'
th
wilhseoeral ] e o ld p h o n e
, line.
caKmgcard D ue to a mbtu p in U S W est
calls to a
I
Ib illing, collect
ph o n e num- 'c a lls to 911
th ro u g h sev e rberiii
, al
lo n g -d ista n c e u tilitie s
S lio slm e , w e re b ille d to
assigitoa J e ro m e C oun. ty , a lo n g w ith
sev e ral c allin g
. c;ard calls to a
hart)'.
phone n u m b e r
^
-- in S h o s h o n e ,
a s s ig n e d to a
m ty h a s n o t p a id
Is 1sin ce J a n u a r y ,
th e p h o n e b ills
ip vwas discovered.
w hen th e mix-up
fastest w ay to g e t
“It w as th e fas
action," B randt:said.
so
B randt called dt th e ,e rro r to U S
West’s attentionn ijim m ediately.
•m
, “ US W est emi ployees h a d to
w h a t th e
for phone service, th a t’s: wh
bills are reflecting.
lem has
Pm satisfied th e p roib
b le
been solved.”
B randt said it w as juu s t a mistake.
“ T h o se th in g s h a p p e in , ” h e
said.
•scarch th e records in th e b
hand-sca
uter,” Brandt said. “It took
compute;
t e t from J an. 1 through ihe
U S West
)f Septem
ber to correct th e
e n d of
S
,em in th eir billing computproblem
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WEDNESDAY. DEC
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rools-Collectibles
Fumllura-Tool:
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oc,1 5 .1996.
Mlsc,-Twin Falls
25. in
Household-Mis
Ho w as born June 18, 1925
10 son
Register■lorOrawinos
lor
Larrengua.
Navarro. Spain, tho
Lan
fKERS AUCTIONS
of
and Valentina Vizcay
ay. In
HUMTBROTHEI
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Val until his rotiremenl.
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I- Is survived by his brot
AAni
ntonio Vizcay ol Ketchum;
bbrc
ro lh o r s Benjam in an d An
Vizcay;
and one sister, Maria P
Vizi
all
allof
1 Spain; and several nieces
nnoi
o p h o w s. Ho w os pro co d o '
• la czrC
death by his parents.
dOi
Rf o sa ry will bo at 8 p.m
p ,
I-----------------------Wodnesciay.
Dec. 18. 1996, ot
ol tho
Wc
W
ood River Funeral Chape
Wc
Hailey,
wilh Father Thomas K
Ha
of St. Charles Catholic Church
brain, thus
n t pain scnsationa to tho bro
m. 1painful muaclo achca, jo in
do the
(SPECIAL) • aa drug th a t is cx d t- tism,
elating. Cremation will prccedc
OB elim inating pain in th,ho
o afToctod
ties, Bimpio backache, bru ises
rs in
ing rcscarchcrs
i tho treatm ent o f ochcfl,
H
a
i
l
e
y
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Rosary.
.
a- area. A rth u r Itia™ is aann <odorless,
•n ;form ulatod into n ondd nimoro. A lthough th e m ochaarmonl
pa in has been
Tho funeral Mass and Interr
g
cream and
rigrcoaeleaa,
non-staining
cr
ira
of
action
is
unclear,
exporine Dietrich
oi,
n 08 'A r t h u r niora i
of Iho a sh es will tako place nea
ear his
novi product; know
ki
ly w
w ithout n
I™ is available immediately
mts indicato th a t A rA u r Itis™
family homo in Spain.
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Floroin
ItlB™ " an d is
ie b e in g c a lle d a ments
rantced lo
ily prcacription nod ia g u alara
liovea pain by H rst solcctivoly
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IS
Turin Fail!. ld*P
M a g i c V a l l-EY
e'
istm as in
i th eiir h earts;s
Jeromn e am bDulance
servicce g ets; n e w diI i r e c t o r
cx
By DUIe Thomas Realo
C h ri;
:dy
)lete service pnroject for need'
tudents compl<
M inico stu
By Lori BettlneskI
J a s a m e n ta l e x a m in e r wil
« ll
Tlmes-Newt writer ----- ---------- =
m e ------ ------raluate th c person to determini
- J e r o mm( e C o u n t y P — ^ — evalu
w eek, M inico
he or she ^ o u l d be committete d
R U P E R T - All wc
cour
tif ttio iis e
“ e to
u a m e n ta l fa d lity . Healtl
nts have been
ilth
H igh School students
•
nd W e lfa re is w o rk in g will
their assignlooking forw ard to0 tl
h o lid s
a im B e n e d ic t’s to choose th e
m e n t T h u r s d a y :: (d e liv e r in g
• ■•
iree
d
esignated
examiners
to
b
milies.
*^
C hristm as to 30 famil
ou(thous«w1llcio$ek ;
three
The J«ome cour
ased in Saint B e n ed ia’s.
S t u d e n t c o u n ccii
il a n d c lu b
nas Ew, win tMclosed .
base*
floon Christmas
In
u t of T uesday
uld
m em bers sp ent part
lay Iand wmreopen at 8
Tnth e p a st, th e officer woul
' Christmsa Day
ak e th c a r r e s t e d p e rs o n to
t
prede co ra tin g trees, w rapping
r
ay. —
take
wrkThureday.
anyon V iew H o sp ita l In wee!
through
stacks
se n ts an d rifling thri
nd arrests, th e arrested perso
is ith a t w ill be
son
of clo th e s an d toys
d oka C o u n ty
rasn’t e v a lu a te d until Monda
^ay
d o n a te d to M inido
wasr
w hich w ill1 rin
ri g in t h e s h e r if f s
■son
famUies.'
mlom
on ing. If th e a rrested perso
office,
eling to know
idn’t n eed to b e committed to a
“ I t 's a good feelii
didn
In o th e r• Je
J( ro m e C ounty busimy p resen ts,
le n ta l f a c ility , th e w eeken
-n d
th a t w hen I open1 m
lay:
ness Monday:
lO tneeds th e m
ta y a t C a n y o n V iew - w hic
“ ch
so m eo n e e lse who
om m issioners w ant to
stay
• T he com
ould a d d u p to se v era l thoi
loum o r e w ill b e to o ,” sa id 1 0 thcoui
in te rv ie wI aap p l i c a n t s fo r th e
an
d
d
o
lla
rs
w
as
a
w
a
ste
(
■s.
5 of
g ra d e r Jo d ie Eilcrs.
>unty F a ir Board vacan*
sane
Jerom e Coun
o u n ty ta x p a y e rs ’ money, off
□f th e A n n u al
jffi*
A s a m e m b e r of
cour
cy and th ie Jero
J m e C ounty planials say.
C lub, Eilers’ groupp w a sin c h a re e
an in g b o a rd vacandes.
cials
ning and zon
rie
s
of
finding
d
o
th
e
s
an
•
P
ro
b
a
tio
n
o
ffic
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r
CharU
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•
A n Brown,
'o
o
p
e
r
o
f
J
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r
o
m
e
C
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n ty
14-year-old boy and
ator, w ill s e t up appli*
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adm inistrate
baggy clo th e s
'uvenile J u s tic e is instituting
’8 a
E ile r s o p te d fo r ba
view s fo r D ec 30. R ob
Juvt
c a n t intervie
'ictim yoffender m ediation pprO"
r
f o r th e b o y a n d aa ;sw e a te r fo r
victi
L u n d g renI,, JJe ro m e C ounty fa ir
vi
m om . .
^ja m . Thc offen d e r meets the.viem an ag er, will
wi s e t u p fair b o a rd
jdents and fac*
im face-ro-face
to see what his
i
fsor
H igh schoo! stude
Q™
J
in terviewss bhefore th e n e x t fa ir
son.
u lty d o n a te d a ll th e c lo th in g .
ier acdons d id to another perso
board mectiii
:hhe
e p ro g ra m h a s a volunte(
•®cr
to y s , b o o k s, ca nm
n eed food a n d
:ott
a
n
n
o
u
n
c
e
d
th
a
t
a
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• Prescoti
momgroup callcd an accour
unt*
o th e r item s. Over: several
st
as been
signed w ith th e
aidvisory
dn
c o n tra a has
1
dasses competibility board.
ings, first*period da:
D e p a rtm eennt o f H e a lth a n d
lid bring in th e
naned to see w ho could
Commissioners
agreed to fina
0 deal
m o re effidently
Q
W d fa re to
d
jn ty
m o st ite m s , w ithh ith e w in n in g
a l h o ld s-arrested 'p eo *
ciall
:ially a ssist th e Jerom e Coun
w ith m ental
nuts and juice.
■or a
class receiving donui
ifouih A ccountability Board for
eed m ental-health evalYou
pie who nee<
M in id o k a C o umn ty
t c h u rc h e s
rip to Boise in January. .The volv(
uations.
wl with a list of
ither
provided th e school
r e s tin g p o lic e o ffic e r
untc
in tce r board will help train oth
T h e a rres
,nd th e ir cloth*
own
n
e
e
d
y
fa
m
ilies
and
ake
th
e
p
erson
to
Saint
cou:
ro
u
n
tic
s
s
e
ttin
g
u
p
th
e
ir
ov
now will taki
stm a s w ill b e
in g s iz e s . C h ristn
^outh accountability boards and
at
youi
B e n e d icI’s
t’s F a m ily M e d ic a l
“ d e l i v e r e d ” to th
tl e f a m ilie s
juvenile ju stice programs.
o a o r w ho is dcsignatjuvc
Center. A ddo
T hursday.
R e v . H e n ry C aanr m o n a o f S t.
who subm itted
1
N icholas Church, wl
a ------------------l—
•nme»Wewi cofTPtpond^
mee C o u n ty
JE R O M E - J e r o m
c o m m issio n e rs nam[ned
c( A ctin g
A m b u la n c e
J e ro m e C o u n ty Am
nton Wolf as
Scrvice D ir e a o r O intoi
w d ir e c to r
th e s e r v ic e ’s n e w
ftonday.
Wolf h a s fiU ed inJ as
as d ir e a o r
ic to r L a rry
sin c e f o r m e r D irect<
W ood r e s ig n e d to d
dce v o te his
attention to U nistar,, his
hi; recently
scrform ed p r iv a te am bbulance
ul
e.
vice, b a s ^ in Jerom e.
y
In o t h e r c o u n ty b
1: u sin e ss,
Sheriff George “ P e e Wee”
Wc Silvers
mi:issio n e rs,
re c e n tly t o ld com m
“Since (th e regio n al; dispatching)
dii
there is no
E911 ce n te r o p en edJ,, tl
ic riffs officc
dispatcher in th c shcri
h e riffs office
so the doors to th e sher
ed •a t night.”
lobby are b ein g locked
oors w ere left
"In thc p a st th e doon
ies,” he said.
opon for em ergencies,
te n in to th e
“P e o p le h a v e g o tte
h a b it o f g o in g to th c s h e riff's
ien they need
office after h o u rs when
in th e
help. W ith n o d is p aatcher
td
lobby it is n o t w ise: to leave th c
is in
doors unlocked. If t he
h e jailer
;
x
c
th
e
lobby,
the hack and can’t see
someone co u ld e n tee r ith e court’s depanm
ent
houso by th e s h e riffs
di
ve free
run of
doors and w ould have
f
ie.”
the entire courthouse.”
h a v e after*
S ilv e rs w a n ts to) h:
phones
h o u rs
e m e r g e n ccy
y
installed o u tsid e thle
e counhouse
c
Iday hours
b reak even
in c re a s e s h e lp B u r le y h
;;U tility ir
By Jennifer Bunch
Tlme»Waw» writar
------------------in c re a se in
B U R L E Y - T h e; in
nd sanitation
d ty w ater, s e w e r and
Iped th e d t y
ra te s la s t M a y helpci
ty o
ev en o u t i t s u ti lity
i p e ra tin g
c o s ts t h i s y e a r , b
buu t B u rle y
in
absorb ed a siz a b lee increase
ir
electrical ra te s .
A c c o u n ta n t E d1 E
E v a n s th is
Council th a t
w eek to ld t h e C ity' Cc
B urley’s fin a n c e s aa nre in o rd e r
d get y ear.
for th e 1995-96 budge
d to operate
The d t y c o n tin u eed
nd sanitatio n
its w ater, s e w e r and
d e p a r tm e n ts a t aa ssilig h t lo ss.
Evans sa id . T h e raa te increases
for half th e
only w ere-in e ffe c:tt f<
le lp th e utiliyear, b u t sh o u ld hei;
1997.
ties b re a k e v e n in 199
th
c
A c c o r d in g t o th a u d it, in
irbed nearly a
1995 th e d t y absorbe
F ie s ta
DSS in its u tilities. This
548,000 loss
loss a c tu a lly grew to
y e a r th e lo:
i3,000, b u t th e electriab o u t $223,1
cal fu ^d acco
ac« u n ted fo r m ost of
Gainsininth e go lf course fund
a s t tw o y e a r s h a v e
[ o r th e ppai
h e lp e d toto o f f s e t th e lo s s e s
sbghtly.
T h e waatue r a n d s e w e r fu n d
L99G w i t h n e a r l y a
e n d e d 19!
)ss; th e 1 9 9 5 loss w as
$9,500 loss
than
a n $35 ,0 0 0 . T h e sanimd lo st $ 9 2 5 th is y e a r
ta tio n fund
c o m p a redd to
t a b o u t $7,300 la s t
year* T hlee e<le c tr ic a l fu n d lo st
nior® thma n$ 2 3 5 ,0 0 0 th is y e a r.
le c tric lo s s re su lte d
T h e elec
p e r c c n t B o n n e v ille
fro m a 4\ p
A d m in is tr a tio n r a t e
P o w e r Ad
I n c r e a s ee th
t e c ity a b so rb e d ,
lid. A BPA ra te cut this
E vans said,
idd ev en th in g s out.
y e a r should
In o th e;rr business:
b
R U PE R T - F ie ssta
ta M exicana
te g a p le a d e d
ow ner E f A i n O rteg
g u ilty M o n d a y to0 aa ch a rg e o f
d istu rb in g t h e p e aacc,
c e according
ts.
to co u rt d o cum ents.
The a c tio n e n d eed
d ia 21-month
It.in
c o u r t b a t t l e t h a t .i c lu d e d a
:ase’s original
m istria l o n th e ease
was a r re s te d
ch a rg e s. O r te g a wa
1995 u n d e r suspicion
in M archh 1
■o f firin g; a ro u n d from a .357c a lib e r hhaa n d g u n a f t e r th re a te n in g a tow
to t r u c k d riv e r. H e
irged
w ith a g g ra v a te d
w as ch arg
'
assault.
O r te g■a
a an d h is b ro th e r,
A lb in o , , ip l e a d e d g u i l t y to
r e d u c e d1 ff ir e a r m s c h a rg e s in
M a y , th ieein w e r e t h r e a t e n e d
p o rta tio n .
w ith depot
: T a x - e v/ja s i o n s e n ttencing
The Tlme»New8_______
B O IS E - S c hhceid u le d f o r
M onday, t h e fe d e ra l co u rt sen*
rle y m an con*
te n c in g o f a Burle;
ision was post■ victed of ta x evasio
pon ed u n til F e b rruary.'...............
ua
By Jennifer Bunch
Tlme»New» writer
------- ;
B U R L E Y - Mar
la n y q u e s tio n s
re m a in a b o u t how
ow th e commu*
n ity w ill use th,e
e irem ain d er o f
idy local a irp o rt
its m oney to study
options,
ity ’s A ir p o r t
T h e c o m m u n it
sory C om m ittee
T e c h n ic a l Advisor
w ill m ee t todayr to
tc discuss how
the re st o f th e
to p ro ceed w ithI tl
$98,000 study,
T h e B u r le y C ity C o u n c il
re c e n tly voted to focus on th e
ip a l A irp o rt,
B u r l e y M u n ic: ip
r a th e r th a n m app out
c a p la n fo r
a new a irp o rt. T h
c a lly is th e stuudd j 's s p o n s o r ,
a n d m o n e y to0 ]p a y fo r t h e
s t u d y is c h a n nn eo lc d Ih r o u g h
th e city.
:.o e to d o y w ill
T h e c o m m itte
d is c u s s w h a t th
thte r e s t o f th c
in c lu d e , a n d
s t u d y s h o u l d [ ii
I'o w n iu c h m oo nn e y r e m a i n s ,
C h a i r m a n J o>hn
h r R e m sb e rg
c ith
T1 h e ir
a tto rn e y ,
K ei
•aled
RRo
o a rk , su c c e ssfu lly appeal
tth
h et c o n v ic tio n s . A fte r w ir
a rd s .
)ricippro
n s e c u to r s re file d th e ori
roth*
nnal
a l c h a rg e s a g a in st th e bro
ers
®rs.
. ..
EI frain O rte g a ’s tria l in Twin
Tv
FFa
alls la s t J u ly e n d ed in a m
n is.
s th e r
tria
tri: l. A ju r y fo u n d his brotl
a tg j
iin
n in o c e n t
of
a g g ra v a t
assau
ass lt.
of' fi o r m e r
s a id ,
imunity, com m itL ike th c commi
lave m any ques*
t e c m em bers hav
fed to the rest
■ j a a program to b e2 fe
: of th e s ta te n e tw/ork,
o rl said local
He H ick s. A n
m a n a g e r M ic h e lle
w ji
jazz producer
; e n ^ e e r an d a new
: will Ixj am ong th e paid
pai local staff.
The p ro d u c tio n1 ccte n te r reprevesonent 1^ th e
: sents a $50,000 invesi
by
: netw ork, w h ich iss supported
si
ps, foundations
BSU, m em berships,
; and grants, P a lu r adsaid.
sa
P jJ u m cre d its thc
the partnership
offidals to tu n c
■ of BSU an d CSI offii
than one
: • into th e p ro jc c t inn less
Ii
a rra n g e m e n t
: y e a r’s tim e . T h c3 ai
to T w in
; allo w ed fo r e x p aansion
ns
; Falls in th e fa c e of funding cut' backs, h e add ed .
lg ways
to w ork
“W c a re finding
v
said.
’ sm arter," P a lu n i sail
the sta;
“Wc in te rfa c e bIxjtween
en
ity
to
m
ake
sure
tion and com mim
ing for thc comthe radio is w orking
• m u n ity ,” s a i d P
Poa u la B row n
; S in d a ir , a T w in. F
Faalls atto rn ey
• and chairw om an of tth e BSU com*
: m u n ity a d v is o r yf b
bio a rd . “It’s a
i m atter o f show ingg thc
th community
; what’s possible.”
capabilities
are
Am ong th o s e cap
car; not ju st m usic, blUt
u t airwaves
i
s, she
• , ryin g v e r ita b le classroom
clai
alw a y s a ncw
: sa id . “ T h e r e ’s all
: idea."
'hii Oberrecht of
D x h x iirm a n Phil
ic rad
; Boise s a id p u b lic
r io d oesn't
' deserve a n ^ t i s t: stereotype.
ste
ropolitan
areas,
j
“In la rg e m etro
p
W _
—
IMtKTTiaU/Ttetta
to t
. h, „iry, Cannona
c
of S t. Nicholas Churchh In
li Rupert, tig h t talks Tuesday^toa
tan
igh School student who Is helping: to
tc bring Chrtstmas to one of 30Dfaminas
nllles
tre students th e names of 10 famlUej
ika
County
this
year.
Carmona
gave
I” Minidoka'
I
a
hand
th
is
Chrtstmas.
from his church
chu who he believed could use
r„
ies to th e school, volun10 nam es
to 1help stu d e n ts T uesday
te ere d to
a s th e y / sts e le c te d c lo th in g a n d
r th c fam ilies.
th e tim e of y ear
This; is
i s really
:
eople n eed t h e m ost help
w hen peop
lose m ore fo rtu n ate than
from thost
Ives, which is w hat these
themselve:
Its a re d o in g b y g iving
s tu d e n ts
C h ris tmma a s to s o m e o n e e ls e ,”
C ^ ^ o nnasaid.
as
T h e pp rro g ra m h a s b e e n a
High
M im coH
ij School tradition for
e r o f y e a r s , s a id S a ra
a n u m b ei
n, sstudent body vice pres*
Johnson,
‘dent.
is la;
lasted
“It's a program that has
»w vways
Ib ecause it’s one o f the few
lity a n d
vwc can bring th e community
sschool together, which is h a rrd to
pcfully,
tdo.” Jo h n so n said. “Hopcfi
ie f 1th a t
t th is w ill so fte n th e b e lie
in g any:
t th e X*generation isn’t d oing
t thing.”
In a d d itio n to c lo th inn g a n d
lies w ill
igifts, cach of thc 30 families
r a te d
>re c e iv e a fu lly d ec:oora
( C h r is tm a s t r e e a n d a tu r k e y
<d o n a te d b y lo c a l b u sinn e s s e s ,
vered to
T urkeys w ill also b e delivere
in id o k a
17 o th e r fa m ilie s in Minid
C ounty this Christmas.
C PP A p u t o n1 h o l d
IvM e e t i n g
se t
nlC assla Airpon Technical
TheMinlCi
xy C
Commltlee will m eet 012
Adviso(y
otSay a t Burtey City Hall to tlisp.m.tod3;
w w topfoceodw iththe
cussJxw
remainder
ndcf of an airport study,
from Amistreng
Airportt planners
pit
Consultar
jttants Inc. of Grand Junction,
, will bo otUw meeting. The
Coio„will
consutUnj
jtUng firm h a s been conducting
ludy. Tha committee witl
the study
Jt written
comment about how
accept
Wl
itshotjld
luld proceed.
,
about
how th e study will
ed, h e said.
la y' ’s m e e tin g is n ot con. j etl a p u b lic h e a r in g , ho
b u t c o n su lta n ts will ta k e
;e n c o m m e n t o n th e
' " ‘f ' ' "
F e d e ra l
A n _ 5 8 8 ,0 0 0
lion
A v iatio
r A d m in istra tio n gran t
y in g fo r th e b u lk of th c
is payin
s tu d yy. T h e s t a t e is p a y in g
$ 5 ,0 0 DO,
0 , w ith M in id o k a a n d
C a ssiaia ( c o u n tie s s p littin g th c
-----------------------S h e I
ind com m ercial jazz an d
you’ll find
c o ^ e r dd aa l d a ssic a l stations,” he
In a n a r e a lik e I d a h o
s a id . In
h e p opulation is sparse ...
w here the
you donI’tt lhave a variety of radio
stoQons.
c radio c a n m ake th e dif,
r
le r e n c ee w
v ith i t s o f f e r in g s o f
rom
m i^ c fro
n folk to alternative, as
o f books a nd new
well a s reviews
re\
music,
h e added.
m
A bout 5 to 6 percent of people
pe
listening
to th e radio a re tu
ti n e d .
Ii*
im s a t
into
in th e n e tw o rk ’s prograir
1.
any
given
tim
e,
Paluzzi
said.
ai
a
‘‘Y ou’d b e im p ressed att th e
Brow n
le v e l o f d e v o tio n ," Br
le
S in d a ir said.
Si
fe re n t
T h e c e n te r a c ts as diffe
'Sl stukind of learning tool for CSI
ki
d e n t C h ristin a Salinas
Sc
of T w in
holp re p o rt th e
F o ils. S he w ill ht
news,
lorof opportunity
“It gives me a lot
uijer,” she said.
to grow in my carei
M a d g e F ish ee rr of Tw in F a lls
how
d ropped by to sho; her support.
“ I lo v e BSUI p u b lic r a d io . I
addition to Twin
th in k it’s a good1 ai
Falls,” she said.
- 1
le a lso s a id s h e w as c o n ­
e d ab o u t le av in g th e interf o y jio
io ,n , w h ic h is n e a r th c
s sw im m ing pool, w ithout
■ I
■ ■
an y stop signs.
T h e c o u n c il fin a llyy a g r e e d
t q _ p u t _ ^ q p s i g n iss _ ai l o n g
lu c h a n a n
S e c o n d a n d le a v e Bucl
op en .
,lso decidC ouncil m em bers also
e d to re m o v e th e siggns
n s a lo n g ,
ction w ith
F illm ore a t its intersectio
signs on
H A venue, but keep thlee si
H A venue.
A ll t h e s to p s ig n s w ill b e
te rse c tio n
rem o v e d from th e inters
}r Si
S tre e t.
o f E A venue and A lder
1
THe Carl]lng ^ouc
* /
^
CENTER.
URLEY CARE C
B U
r s TIMEEFOR 01UR ANNIUAL -
mmrn
-
re m a in in g $5,000.
ility o f
T h e r e is a p o s s ib ilit;
d e v e lo p in g a m a ste r pplan
lar fo r
irp o rt,
th e B u rley M unicipal A
Airi
aid.
M ayor F ra n k B auman said.
FA A A ir p o r t P la n ni e r D o n
lid tm ost,
Larson in S ea ttle has said
if n ot all, g ra n t money! w
wiill b e
used evtjn though a new■Vaaiiirp o rt
site w on’t b c studied.
Ed
A ir p o r t
P la n n e r
inst
s tro n g
A r m s tr o n g w ith A rm
ra n t w as
C o n sultants said th e gram
designed to cover e ith er
e r a new
s ite d e v e lo p m e n t p laa n 1o r to
focus on im proving th e B urley
airp o rt.
T h e c i t y d e c id e d to f o c u s
th e r e s t o f th e stu d y/ o01n t h e
en th e
e x i s t i n g a i r p o r t , w hhen
c o m m itte e le a rn e d thh a t if it
p ro c e e d e d w ith p lans? to p ic k
ite
in
a new
a i r p o r t s ite
B u rley
M in id o k a C ounty, th e Bi
W fund*
a ir p o r t c o u ld lose FAA
:
ing.
hh:a d n ’t
The
c o m m itte e
lg a n e w
p la n n e d on d ev e loping
jre.
a irp o rt in th e nt;ar future.
S to
;op:------- ------
lued from B l
im panies ow ned
ConUnuet
y e ars • in g s for two comi
could
b e s e n te n c e d to 30 y«
fo r
Paul
co
S e n tee nn c i n g
1st a m otion to rem ove th e
against
Ilion.
b y h im a n d 1 h is f a t h e r .
in
in p riso n a n d fined S2 m illi
_
J o c k s o 1n, ,;39, w ill b e F eb. 12 in
signs, fro m Bu c h an an a n d __
i
r
t
a
p
p
e
a
r
a
n
c
e
____sto
p
sig
--------- M o n d a y ’s - c o u
s tric t C o u rt. Convicted
Mcld signs on Secon'd.”
U.S. D istr
p u t yiel
w a s d e la y e d siso a t t o r n e y s
A ju r y fo u n d Jackson ggiiu ilty
e
c
o
u
n
ts
o
f
tax
evasion
on th re e (
jre tim e to pre*
“To0 som
si e p eo p le, yield signs
]0 ,0 0 0
c o u ld h a v e m ore
of
a
tte
m
p
tin
g
to
hid
e
$600,
an d fivee (c o u n ts o f filing false
irry W c s tb u r g ,
m e a n if
i y o u ’re g o in g f a s te r
p a r e , s a id L arr;
in p e rso n a l incom e over th
tl re e
ta x re tuurns,
rr J a c k s o n , a fo rm er -y e a r s .b y - b u ry in g .it.in tax
tlie o ilie r guy an d you can —
_
ax fil*. J a c k s o n 's atto rnrney.
e
.
. . ___ th a n tin
c e r tif ieedd p u b lic a c c o u n ta n t,----g e t yyoo u r n o s e t h r o u g h , go
a h eaid,”
d ,” J acobson said,
K B S U ' Continued from Bl
^
?s'r„ Comiimittee cdecides how
ly;
I; to preoceed wvith airp(lort stud’
• • T he C ity C ouncil acccpt<
a1 ccoo n tra c t b id from Mr. Gos
2. It
supply
th c c ity ’s g asoline,
sup
te d ,
was th e o n ly b id su b m itte
Mayor F ra n k Baum an said.
Ma;
TTh c C o u n c il re je c te d
uu nn iq
i u e w a t e r lin e h o o k i
Jay
rree q u e s t f r o m d e v e lo p e r J;
W
s in
Ward
a o f B& T E n te r p r is e^s
Burley.
Bur
u n it
W
M ard is b u ild in g a 10-ur
slop*
senior
sen: d tiz e n ’s housing devek
m
ent on tw o a c re s n ear the 25
2500
mei
block
blot of B u n o n Avenue, and h e
w
a n te d o n ly o n e w a te r met
‘C ter
wai
for
forthe u nits.
T
T h e C ity C o uncil voted th a t
own
aall
ll u n its m u s t h a v e th e ir o'
d. I t
w
a te r m e te r , Baum an said,
wai
ic u lt
w
ould b e e x tre m e ly diffici
wo'
irob*
totop in p o in t w a te r lin e pr{
le
s; slem
r s w i t h a o n e - m c te r sy
tem
ten .
e a a g r e e m e nItL
/le x ic a n a o wm
r e r ta k e s pie:
The Tlmes^ewB_______
'
r e t1h a t
a n d nursing care
r S p e c ia liz e d r e h a b ilitaation
t
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c asu al sty les from1 Jennifer
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for•hhee r in a s s o rte d colors. Sizes; s-xU
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rnngs. n e ck laces a n d b rac ele ts,
cornnf
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4 9 .9 9 - l4 9 .9 9 , Nylon parkas,, bom
b
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cc
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t a i l o r e d s JpP O R T C O A T S
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from our entire sc lc c tio n of lam
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blends ond 100% wOO
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carrin cs an d pms. S electio n vom
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ol tho b iggest n a m es in m en'ss outerw
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0 21.60-34.00. S a v e on a gre.
in d ress s h in s m o d e of 100% ccco tton and wrinklesolid a n d foshlon
ngs.ids. Imported. M e n 's Furnishings
free c o llo n blends
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LU B RO O M * R IB B E D H
HEE N L E Y
2 1 .9 9
CLL
needle ribbed henlcy
from a selection o f o u r drop ncc
2 8 ,0 0 . C h o o se frc
tmp h e ather.
including charcoal h e a th e r, hemp
in firoat so lid s Inc
5-xxl. 100% cotton.
al. red. spruco and te a l. S izes; smidnight, natural.
eor.
M en’s Sportsw eo
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C<A R D I N * A N D B IL L B L A S S * W A R M U P S
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m l so ts in nylon and microribers.
8i0 ,0 0 -8 5 .0 0 . Ja ck e t and pant
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v a ries by storo. Mer
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3 2 ,0 0 . 8.4 0 -2 2 .4 0 . Choose
including golf Items, auloD oocc c c sso tlc s, puzzles and moro.
M en’s Furnishings.
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S A V E 3 3 %
M E NN 'S S L E E P W E A R .
Reg. 15.0 0 -7 0D.OO.
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k of m e n 's
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4 6 .2 0 . Lowest priccs o( tho
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ungow ear an d kimono robes. Chi
SavJio Row* pajomos, ioung
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sleep p a n ts an d nightshirts, robe
warm flannel pajam as, slee
fleece ro b e s a n d heavy coitonI patto
pa rn ed
100% cotton, luxurious flee
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loungcwear.
roljes. Sizes s xl pajam as
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Id d e ca n lcrs.
stem w are, barw are and
g reat selec tio n of finee crystal
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C hoose from Atlantic: 'C
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or Skyway* 'B orgalta*
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2 6 ' pullm an. reg. 120.C
:k on hand.
0 0 .0 0 .4 9 .9 9 . u m ited lo stock
or 26* polm an. reg. 110(
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S a v e 2 5 %
m e
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2 6 .0 0 - 3 0 .0 0 .1 9 .5 0 -2 2 .5 0 . C hooso from all h is favorite
of colors
trifolds, hlpfoids and p aiss
ss ie a s e s available In a variety/ ol
Perry Ellis a n d Pierre Cardin'.
and le athe r textures. ByI Pe
M en’s Furnishings.
1 7 9 .9 9
K IT CCHH E N A I D - 2 5 0 - W A T T S IT A N D
cr h a s
9 .9 9 . Powerful KitchenAid* mixer
M IX E R
Reg. 229.9<
itach m en ts.
[uarl s ta in le ss work bowl and a tta
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a s s o rtm e n t of colors in iraflilior
2 2 .1 3 . C hoose from anI as;
100% silk.
s sic s from Mallory & Church*.. 1C
by Bill B lass N.E.O. Classic
M e n 's Furnishings,
E N T I R E S T O C K CiH
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SH O P
Reg. 4 .9 9>99 99 .9 9 . 3 .9 9 -7 9 .9 9 . C hoose fronr
'ikware and
re. novelty
ceram ics, acrylic dnnki
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m ore. Fivc-Star Kitchen
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9.9 9 -3 6 .0 0 . Fram es to a ccent an'
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contem
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office. C hoose Irom cic
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ceram ic a n d collage: fram
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T A B - iE A N S
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buttonfly 501*. relaxedI fil
fil 5 5 0 ' an d 5 5 5 ' je a n s, or loos
Tiger Shop.
and 565* le an s. 100%, cotton.
coi
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9 . C hoose from
H O U S E W A R E Si IReg. 2 . 4 9 4 9 .9 9 .1 ^ 6 ^ 9 - 9 9 .
m arble.
panlryw are. wrought iron1 lighting,
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lla n n o(Il shoot
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pillow ccasi
9 . Bodding,
85 0 0 ,. 2299 . 9 9 : king so t. 95.00, 3 4 . 9 i9.
2 1 . 9 9 - 2 9 . 9 9 I Y O U N G M E N 'S F A M O I
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3n s from B a d g e ' and Union Bay'.
a nd lo o se (it denim Joans
c otton. Tiger Shop.
b e dD I N A B A C S E T S
w 8 9 . 9 9 . 1 8 0 thread c ount
1 19.99-129.99. lhen 99.99, now
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izes. Ono day only 1 7 9 .9 9 a ll »U
all sizes
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si?cs. Exclusively ours by C h a rle
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no col th e country’s top con su mior
o i m agazines. Overfilled with,,
by ono
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prcmiurr
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S a v e 3 0 %
aG\I R L S 4 - 1 6 R E L A T E DD
leg. 1 8 .0 0 - 4 0 .0 0 .1 2 .6 0 -2 8 .0 iO.
0 . D ressy and
S E P A R A T E S Reg.
icepts an d
jyor, Spumoni*. California Concei
ca su a l stylos from Byer
d.
SidexSido. Kidswofld.
•
E N T I R E S TTIO C K R E G U L A R S a IvVi e 3 0 %
y
A L C H IN A *
Reg. 10.00P R IICC IE D F I N E A N D C A S U A
I
Tl p lace se llings and all open
1.00.
5 0 0 .0
0 7 .0 0 -3 5 0 .0 0 . C hoose from
M
ik
asa“.
N
oritake'
and
m
ore.
;k
from
Dansk.'Denby.
Lenox",
Mi
slo c k fr
13, *CiClix)c3 G.H'cty Clufhi
China.
;
O N E I D IA
A * 5 - P C . S T A IN L E S S
2 5 >. <. 9 9 - 5 9 . 9 9
ng
) .0 a 9 0 .0 0 . Buy 1 place sellin g
Reg. 39.C
P L AACC E S E T T I N G S
ing a t half of th e regular pricc.
;ale price, gel a 2nd placc so llinf
a t sale
;
1.
N
ot
all
p
attern
s
available
in.
lOse
from
your
favorite
p
a
itc
rn
s.
I
C h oo se
red . Silver.
stores
all sio
n b u l may bo'special-ordcrcr
EiN T I R E S T O C K O S H KKCO S H
S a v e 3 0 %
e
.0 0 -3 8 .0 0 .
Reg. 55 .0
b 'Q o s h * a n d m
m ii c k e y & C O .
ihion to p s, denim
a g ro at soleclion of fashic
3 .5 0 -2 6 .6 0 . Choose2 from
frt
12-24 m o.. 2 l 4 t
Id rm o re. Available in sizes for 12
Jum pers, overalls ond
toddle rs, girls 4-6x and
and boys 4-7. Kidsworld.
Reg.
s e l e cC T E D L A M P S
S a a vv e 2 0 * 3 5 %
;if0 soleclion of lam ps from
6 0 .0000^8 4 0 .0 0 . 3 9 .9 9 -5 6 9 .9 9 . Entire
fel*. Roborl Abbey. CP Lighting.., D
C ale Tiffany ond more.
Stllfel*.
n ce ;a ssem b ly required.
Som
^
OJ ov.vi.'itjio 111Tiaivluio Ciilloics m vi»ooO. luhwla. Bnlmond, tJcMtficNim.
LnmoJOv
e. Nwllicalc,
Cvwctl Man an) Tacoma.
■fitiie. 0ir"’t*n find el Oonwitown Seiillie.
i
Silvc'itiK
[N ir TO PS
K
S a v e 3 0 %
k I D S W O V E N A N O KN
an d
9 .8 0 -2 3 .8 0 . C hoose from loll flannel
fla
Reg. 14.00-34.00. 9.8
shlon knit to p s.
fashion woven lops,,. aass well a s solid an d print fashk
-16, boys 4-20. Kidsworld.
S izes: 2 t4 t, girls 4-16,
O
M
N
W
ARE,
3 0 %Yo H O L ID A Y D IN N E R W A
Reg.
I A*
, fF iI iN E A N D C A S U A L C HIIIN
e ntire sto c k of
1 9 , 0 0 5 0 0 .0 0 .13333 6 3 5 0 .0 0 . Choose from our cr
s ss place se llings
lings
a
nd
a
cc
esso
rie
s,
a
s
well
a
Lenox' place sellin g
Mikasa*. Noritake*
:k fi
from D ansk. Denby. Lenox*. Mi
a nd all o p e n stock
•d to
a nd m ote. Limited
tc sto c k on hand, China.
S A V E
g if t w a r e
Clvn.1,
S E L E C T E D) H O L ID A Y L A N E
S a Iv V( e 2 0 %
Reg. 1 .0 0 54 ,0 0 .
ID A Y D E C O R A T IO N S *
H O LLID
o rtm e n t of tree trim mings
.8 0 4433.:.2 0 . C hoose from a w ide a s sso
iday U ine.
gilt ite m s for the holidays. Holid;
a n d gilt
uOc-.
Unc Coll«1ion%,
*£.011100-.
A N D G IR L S L E V r S * S
S 5 0 ' Reg.
1 7 .9 9
B O Y S1 A
s . Girls siz es
2 4 .9 9 -2 8 .9 9 . C la s scic^^p o c k e t c u t in tjasic w ash e s. <
Ihc scasoD * in
^s 88 -2 0 a t Ihe low est prico of Ihi
4-16*. boys 4-7. Boys
on. Kidsworld.
II an
slim , regular, sludenl
ar d husky siz es. 100% cotton.
M
I
B
O V E R S I Z E D - E M P 'E
E ROR" bath to w el
4 .9 9
.0 0 . Extra so il and plush 3 0 x;55'4 ' tow els in 100% cotton,
R eg. 99 .0
jc k s . Stylos vary by store.
C h o oise
se Ifrom solids, sln p e s ond checI
available: hand towel, tog. 7 .0 00 .. 3 .9 9 : w ashcloth, reg. 5 .0 0 .
A lso ava
Bath Shop.
2 .9 9 .. Ba
-
H
*
.r
G I Q U E - 7 - P C C O O K W lA
A R E SET
9 9 .9 9
B EX
LG
5 S ta in le ss ste el
Reg. 1 4 9 .9 9 . 8 91.99
.9 9 a fte r m alH n re b a te . 1 8 /1 0 J
, 6 q l-c Q v e rc d ....... ..
s e t in d u d o s 1 q l.I. and
ar 2-qt. covered s a u c c p a n s. 6
lufacturer’s
9 . 5 ' open skillet. U letime m anuf
• dutch oven, and 9.5
, 31
?-Slar K iichcn. *to ott,-.n lirc tOCFJ
3 i«ny m.-mulacluio'l
g u a ra n te e '. Frvo-SU
The Don
1*0.
a.vi.vily on mctcn.n3j-.c Oticfcd m 1»I1 e.iiJioe/<»J w<-ic to.
VVAOHltlOTTS
Do« IJ&IO, ScJHW, V
\A'
..............
C I R C U L O N - O Rt A N O L O N S a v e 2 0 - -5 51 0 %
Reg. 4<10,00154.00.
0
P R O F E S S I O NNAA L C O O K W A R E
s . s a u l6 s . grills.
Choose from sa u ce p an s; skillets,
3 2 .0 0 -1 2 3 .2 0 . Cho
ne. Five S tar Kitchen.
griddles and more.
) PR O CESSO R
3 9 .9 9
o sSTTiE R * B L E N D E R /F O O D
in a n a lU n cla l.............. . - . -------llu rc s powerful 375v(Utl tiw lor in
...............Reg. 5 9 .9 9 . Fcatun
h m c n l. Model 4 1 1 7 .
drive, S c u p g la ssss jar
ji a nd food p rocessor a ttachn
n.
F w S t a r Kitchen.
ID P R O C E S S O R
U IlS
9 9 .9 9
CU
! IN A R T * B A S IC FO O D
,ix-cup food p rocessor with p u lsec Ibutton. Ind u d es
Reg. 1 4 9 .9 9 . Six<i
vork bowl and
slicing/shredding d isc , woi
. s ta in le ss stocl bblade,
la
Five-Star Kiichcn.
sp a tu la . Model DLC5.
DL(
IL-
Mi(Hl
T. <
8-10. S U N 10-7
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89.9!
JIO T 5
2 9 .9 9
L E V I S;•- C
( L A S S I C D E N IM S H lI
rom a varioiy of colors. 100% cot
Reg. 3 9 .5 0 . Choose from
Tiger Shop.
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V i t e t d n . D K a a t e l18.1996
S.
.
f
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n
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k
m a n p ilce a d s
1
i n n o c e JrI L
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i
H
l lI
V ^1^
f , ito
adv
^ w n on magazfaB coven and advett!sentent9,)iasaRiodelb«
- ta M r a n p e O t a d E ier
k r ttm e d n a d d S n a t n Sawyer,
c w r t k i t t i k B b e r arilO
a e M rttew vU .
I modelyI/actress; living
stting dnream
s k i e r ’sjet-sei
’;
U ta h
S
n a J » g a p g « t B EafiKTs
?g
O G DEESS. D a a i ( i f f > —
i 8g J a i n»
d im b r
CiBiBe
ffcaenee mexSoxK
I{jsm ncB afis. Boc tfiac p eon a l ^
p la s tic; ss o fe o n Dr.
1
___________ E a i ^ . bf a s l r a ^ t i c m p i a e la rlr a e
.
.K&ct .Hari
and
w in ^
ig j » tfteaaiii’nnrKi; . wl
O T to
SIOUX FALLS,.Ss.D . (AP) — A
ctD;sm p
jQ B B K bdeaa^xB B B ittD
n ttb e s l a ^ n g o f
tim e ^ i
possible suq>ect in
- C—<t-'..r.Tgafaa n s a t bh »^
sdaly
s
a
y
s
h
e
f
id
n
’l
a n Arkansas family
^
- y ^ t n p e griE
i g iiie w
Tlxe
s te ^ a gim th a t w aass oI w n e d b y ih e
a fftessfe acm jy jj; o s r rs.
d in
O ffix ^atu
victim s an d found
i b is possesn ro te
Tair n g n g
sion.
a
iftar ixid
H a in e s , 19, o f
jaxbaarm
—nnJfinw
..... . Liuic&egag axnfium
, p le a d e d irmoeu - y p.Jll J l
in
oons, wma
o f ilg tD
B teS enP ^ * i nrrffr
; C o u rt to o ne
s n ^ jn a n g
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s
s
m
H
iF
B
d
s
n
s
lia
s
n
B
r
e
! trying to deterT ie s s
le crm fo o n d in
is lin k e d t o th e
■,Aric.,£axmly.
p fS u il
S p o k a n e po lic e
d e r o f tb e neo- ■ l l S m V
S ea n M ich ael aH:
j
y
a
n
N
a
tio
n
s,
S pokane, W ash., p
be M n n rh a h a
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IS
^ o r iB n e n f lo il
C
C o u n iy C ir c u itSSQjOOObond.
C
gB, r e d k f c ^
count grand th re rfte s t e d H a in e s
A u tb o rid e sa rebey
n ; s p o tte d h is
I «. C
0 a B B e 2 4 H a u iis
m ine w h e th e r t bille
e Ig ally p a ik e d
S
oo iD o y
H aines’ vehicle Iisp a] r id n g s m e o f
r e s t sto p n e a r
slayings of a Tilly,} A
•
F r e * B c4 ec 5 C o d k f e s
:
H ain es, w h o Sp<
of t h e v e h i d e ,
say is a youth lead)
C o f f e e P o te
g uns, i n d n i n g
- •O
N a ii g ro u p A)iy;
a
J n iR o o m
r e m a in e d in tht eed ly h a d b e e n
« sc e n e o f th e
County Jail o n a $5C
S
•■R Rf s t a u r a n S
A u th o ritie s agr «s a n d b d o n g e d
bbui
u t th e luro of po^-der snow
loes sh e g et enough skiho» doe
UUta
t h k e e p s draw ing h e r b a
ingtim e?>
H
ick a loL I ju si can’t get
Hee r favorite U S . resorts incli
“f m sick
Snow
Srv bird, for its tcm iin an d p
rid o f thlaa t d a m flu in th e windd ear snow, and Sun Valley for
k ed S aw y e r. “ I u se my
te r ," joke<
long
lon “cruising” runs. She stay
vacationI day
d^ s to sk i fo r W arren
sh
od d o som e ski modeling
sh;a p e by in-line skating, mo
anH
ta in
rk e w ic in U tah. Iliv e for
i b ik e riding and ruiining
w iihM arkc
Saw yer's c a re e r a s a p a n -tim e
occasional
lOK race.
tends.
oc«
ski^novie
s ta r
th e weeken
«VTTfTg rTTOtVl
sId
•'!S aw y er is quick to dispel
s
k
ie
d
so
m
e
w
o
n
d
e
r
fu
l
Ig
o
w
ilh
inafp“
F
v
e
s
k
sta rte d a decade asD
^ in
im
im a g e c re a te d by th e B ig J
m aa k e r S c o l t
places—- th
th a n k s to th em ."
z in e -c o T e r s ta r m
sequence
of
“Snowrideis." bac k .
nrorite? “ I w otJd have to
se<
H er fava
Ma k e witz a n d m ojr«e id into film s
“F m really not th at m uchd ui d e
[copter siding w ith) Mike
r f y n d W a rre n
say (bdico]
w ben sld-nunrie lege
pp rin
i
in B ritis h C o lu m b ia . 1
r c ess. I’m em barrassedIpow.
model.
W ie g le in
^filler called fa r a m
a
th a t I look a t it," Sawyer saii
re r ju m p ed so m any high
th;
e r if e a tu re s —
have never
A f te r fo u r M ille
th e segment, photograp in
_______
~ B la c k D ia m o aid
d R u s h ,"
by O gden’s Cary N ate, i
“V e rtic U R eality,”- '" E n d l e s s ---------------------showed h er applying m ; a n
W in t e r ’ a n d t h i s
not th a tmudi o f a priticess. u p b e fo r e a sc e n d in g ®
T m rtallytic
“S a o w r id e r s " — Sa
J th e
/
/
Lone Peak.
Tossed
n o ^ th a tI loot a t it.' Sky’s
f m onborm
i
so lid ly c h iseled innto M iner’s
, <
gw
Sawyer complains she
• A ' o f sid talent.
It.
gets about 30 days on ’ si
r o c< n lS 8 « 7
S h e cocnpete d tro
VPT every year and she d ic[1r io f a
- Suzanne Sawyc]
f c r B ci^tam Y c a n^^sss: k l tPiUTL
y
every one of them . T hin
e ow
r-olld O re m
A n d t h e 3 0 -y e a r-o
------ fercnce between Sawyer
nativ e need s h e r BYI
S Y U g e o g r a - --------------------th c average skier is, m in
aa h c d
f ig u r e o u t
p b y d e g r e e to fig
hhte r d ay s on snow a re th e,*^that
1
i d in g jo b s ta k e
jum ps mn my
c life. But il was just
w here b t f skj-modeli;
m
iping in fta ih e rs.”
most ca n only dream about.
like jimipii
h o ’.
S h e sk ie d in M iller’s m„o B ig
s-than-perfeci sk i destina■• :sh e
in
A less-th
In “ Snow riders,"
®
th
uld h ave to b c Scotland.
th r e e y e a r s before s b e fin
r ,aa n iS o o d a D d
tionw ould
• tlK B ig S k y .M o n L
m
m e t h im . M ille r w as sige ro n ly
“I t wras
as lik e G ro u n d h o g D ay
500W
books
in Sun Valley, and Sa^
II M
b<
is e s o f f ic ia ls
w ith Bill
B urray. E very day was
E n te r pirr is
.p ^tioc
introduced
herself. “Oh, you’i
in
Ic e d m e w h e r e l
th e s a mlee .— w e w oke u p to rain.
“b a r e alread y a^ced
JC d if.
th
h ee sam e every day. Out of
th e movie,*^ he replied
s
t
y
e
a
r
,
s
a
i
d
It
was
th
w a n t to s k i n e x t ;
e ra n d
“ S n o w rid ers" w as showi
sh e in tro d u c e d
a I M a yy sshoot w e only had four
S aw y e r, b e fo re sb
ttim
i es in U tah, from Logana n y o f
r e c e n tly
at
hours o ff »Tin«hin«>
si
. “S n o w r id e r s " re
G e o rg e . E a ch y e a r, M .ill
i d a lo to f a g b tsee in g a n d
G
W cdiid
A b ra ta n e l lialL
m o v ie s a re seen by m o re i
atin g )
— it was the
m
sa^i in som e o v tried (cati
W ben Saw yer isa*i
S 0 0 ,0 0 0
p eo p le.
W
lovies
d Ilast tim e. I t is a s b ad as
Sl
p erfe c t
first a nd
• n e r o f th e ^ o b c: sk
inally
Is.”
^“Snow riders” opened in Dci
it soimds.’
pow der, sh e w n kcs
s 3a s a n a ccount
g n in g
e r b a s liv e d in N ew
iti t drew m ore than M el Gib:
th e
C ovey
S aw yyei
m anager
at
tl
Swver
movie, “Ransom."
K orea a n d Hawaii,
m
x in
Je iscy .TTexas,
e
LesM knhip C en ter
ixP ro v o .
;rrY (AP) —
SALT LAKE CIT
Tiari<» h e r fiisx
S o zan n e S aw y er nu<
s k i t u r n s 15 y e a ir s a g o a l
Sondaxaoe.
S o w , s b e s h a re ss m
n an y o f b e r
r a m s w ith a n a u d ie n c e o f m il-
Leaa k y
C a n i n eeskill
:
«
C o l o r a idd o
c a r e t a kV(C / 1
ST. C o la (A P )—
BLACK FOREST.
res — p a n w olf,
Two hybrid wolves
sd <
o n th e ir c iro .......— r a r t d ^ — tu rn ed
h e r w h ile s b e
m k tT a n d k ille d1 hi
th em h a c k im o
w as try in e to E «; tb
t b e i r p e n , th e EEll IP a so C o u n ty
n ts a id .
S K r if i's D ep am nleen
m o n d s, 3 9 , w a s
D e b b ie iL E dm
' ir^TTi«ti by th c tw 0o hb y b rid w olves
\ f . w fay w hile b ce r tw
i o sons, a g e
bed ia h o rro r a t
- 13 a n d 10, w atched
t b e i r h o m e in thhe
e B lack F o re s t
o
r
a
'* a r e a o o ^ o f Colora ^ Springs.
- S h e w as ny in g; to get tbem back
_____ i n t o , t h ^ j [ ^ ^ R’ 'R e ism a n s a id .
)ses Utah roai^I to St.13 •
p ip e closi
i l le r ’s
aar e h o t su re what th e prol
is,”
is M aguire said.
C h e v ro n o p e ra te s a n W
8 - hen
co
tv
c m m o n -c a rrie r lin e b e ttnver,
i
W
U
ta
h
and
Spokane,
W
adL,
e s
L
ing
ii a variety of p etroleum ]
uu c t s fro m th e S a lt Lak 5 _
J
refinery.
r
Redwood Road was bu ilt3 sQ
aa l y e a r s a g o on to p o f
ppip elin e , wluch n m s 6 to, bS l e m
ut n d e r th e centcr of th e ro a d
Traffic will bc routed o ntt
8 - in c h
sst r e e t s w h ile C h e v ro n t w
c een
ccle a n u p th c spilled d ie se
, canydrill
pilot holes through thaep r o ^
c
to
find
the
leak.
Once
th
e
li
e
_ C i^
t
pinpointed,
thc road will bi
I
t severup.
i
of th e
. 8 fe e t
)DS CROSS, U ta h (AP) —
WOODS
:ing p e tro le u m p ip e lin e
tran sportation officials to
s h u t d[own
o v R e d w o o d R o a d in
s o u ih c; nmi D a v is C o u n ty a s
C h cv n■n
mem
t ployees find th c leak
and patch
tc h iL
“It’s aa m
1 ajo r inconvcnience."
said Walt
alt M aguire, a si»kesm an
Chevron P ip e lin e Co.
f o r ’ Che
j’s no safe ty problem . W e
“T here’s
th ere ’s a n y damage
don’t blelieve
eli
to d ie esnvironment.”
nv
s of low-sulphur diesel fuel
Foolsol
bserved M onday afternoon
w ere obsc
c hhe s o n b o th s id e s o f
in d itc
ood R o a d n e a r S k y p a rk
Redwoo<
A irponh.
th e r e .
“it aould
n J b e a p inhole leak. W e
c to
- b m e in response
ti a t d e phonc
c a ll a b o o t th e a nlaa cd k o f th e la rg e
c a l te a m s a ls o
.
M edical
I s . E dm onds w as
. responded, but Ms.
e n 1tb ey arrived.
: aheadly d ead w hen
a a tt e D e p a m n ^
D ep u ties a n d sta
- c f W ildlife o fS d als
a is shM b o th ani; n a l s , said Retsoxm.
axL
o ffic e s a id M s.
T h e sh e rifrs ofi
pan- E d m onds w as in1 a business
I
; Twt s h i p in T o lrin3g b1 re e d in g a n d
im a ls w i t h a
s e l l i n g t b e a n in
i ngg s -a re a m a n ,
C o lo r a d o S p r in
m d s h e w a s th e
A n d r e WjUcp, an
w rfies* caretaker.
r.
ly a h a n d fu l o f
N a tio n a lly , o noly
to w o lf
h a v e b e e9n Unlcpd
1
1986 to 1 9 9 4 ,1 0
h y b rid s . F i o t i 19S
e d bI y th e an im als
pe o p fe w ere lc31ed
Ehim ane Society
x c o n f in g to tb e' Eb:
(fd sU n x ted S cate
aes.
A s< flS » ta b x ccBOOJXDofdEaii30
Twak lived in tbtee U
I n ited S tates.
v S S O to S l^
: aeedBSstflpusfcrS
I r o n i c a l l y , tbh e ir e b a s n e v e r >
a
b
: b e e n a v e r if la b ll e . c a s e o f a
: t x a U ^ , w ild w oilf
lf«e v e r atta c k in g
' a h m n a n i n N{oorr th A m e r ic a ,
o b E d w a n i, o u t• yrryirrling tO Rob
to r f o r S in a p n , a
^ reach coonJinator
1 B oolder-basedI io r g a n i z a ti o n
ja v e w ild w olves
I attem pting to bav<
* cesatjndnced to C cijto a d o .
i±
__
' “Itai^w hendiew ®
bo d y w as ta k e n
T h e woman's hot
bounty c oroner’s
to tb e Q Ktso Cou
ip ^ .
office for an autop^
■e c<a lle d to t h e
D eputies w ere
jto s id e
c re w s
s d and
be n u d
le a k is
b c d ug
D r. R o d K a c k
a n d
1 " I -r . M a r i l y n E i g h e tt tt ii
wm
D ec. 10 a f te r ih e j
o s e d b o d ie s o f
1978 S u b u rb a n HU
in a h a iu lic ip p c ^d N
p a o c y ,a n d lie r
a n In te rs ta te 90u rg h t e r , S a r a h
itnrf in a body of
Sioux FaQs.
B ayou n e a r
In a s e a r c h oimns
f
I b e y h ad b een
policc found twoLgl
o n e t h a t r e p o nnuary.
ec
s to le n fro m t h vas
e : a g u n dea ler
anD ^overam em ,
Aikartsas slayings
ist m ilm a g r m ^
to W illiam Mueller,
Tb® d e c o m p oo ua r t d o c u m e n ts
M u d le r, h is w ife,»
d in g H aines, has
8-year-old d au
e
P o « d l , i j O T ttheslayrngs.
^
vratcr c alled lUmop o lic e know
Russellville, A lk. 1 le a d e r of d ie
;nnrp
missing sinc e Ja m
c rn Spdcm e,
a te .
M ueller, 53, was
^
had lies to ::o
a n u n ty d e p u tie s
3 a in e s sa id th e y
white suprem acist
lite r a tu re in h is
in A rk a n sa s, coui
C l o s e t o S h c p p in B i
*•C
c or B e s& v a B o n s
F
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a n n o u n c e th e
F a lls o ffic e
.s p e c i a l i z i n g i n :
v 'p
A d u l t a n d P e d i a tt rr ii e E a r , N o s e a n d
T h r o a t D is e a s e s
S iu r g e r y
*• N a s a l a n d S i n u s S
«• H e a d a n d N e c k SS uu r g e r y
*• L a s e r S u r g e r y
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uTiizisS'-NieKs C a n a e r E
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lb e
ir neB iSpEtper f r o mt t T
;
p e r ssconn . H e / ^ g p m J u iw e s; yuB
ta jv x L V lb a ic n s S D C Bess
es
ies->JeKs a n d ire d ite i t &
i
sr czniisr dbesTt eaznc&
tiaeir c2 H K !t tiaen
docum entsindicau
M in n e h a h a Coi wiHu-gitt* tbm
th e A rkansas viea r re s te d H ai
s a m e color- a s
found neo-Nazi lil
d o n3*t
't
vehicle.
T he se arch o io
f En o f t b e bodies
also yielded d u aa let d e v id e n c e of
m o b ile p a in t, th e
la te
H a i n e s’
ammunition and
< s.
r i ai n i s I i s t a U o e
that vras diipped
*oC T ^ la i^
on t b e grand t h ^
P l e ase
aa
9 ° ^ documern
found TO tb.
was th e ,As;r k n Sheriff Ja y
Haines’vdiide.id b e h a s no plans
ines.
An examinatior
sn d h e w asn't sore
and tape revcale
s w as linked to tb e
automt
IS.t
affidavit
sta
Chevrolet Suburb
or light Uufrgreen
^
(fit
h e lp
can iio r c assn n iE B ^ b a r ,
T B Jo n fire fflfe a n d
ifit l y
5«m r p a y B
sii]
p a y i n prarrgsttily cir joBsa <3m
x iftn r
o f fio e -p ^ SJfesL
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i
y
B and
m n l ^ » lhp!TTlP^fiSS
i n f piTTTta^nm
on
ivem enoe ctf p a y in g a l IIIj
o m jpf»,
o e pilpase q33 tsm Gcslto
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diareeiss<i“ lulf
;
S o n^ e t i m .ES
T h e EBe s t Cj IFT
I s H e3M EM /ftDE.
P ( ^ County, A
W inters h as s ^ I
10 e xtradite Haine
W n ttre h a s s a ii
w hether H aines w
MueDets* deaths.
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neit-hcn
card* th e w orid for a greal »-inc
i
iTrind i t r i ^ f i n >-our
t a ick
c k ' v a ti?
3nal
u-ines have icccivcd intcm atinna'
n a n d w o n m any aw ards. I l's ibccause
cc
rtion.
s u n iq u e cottibinalion of clrvatioi
id clim a te produoes grapes of
lional d u ra c tc r. And w in e m aates ss in
pe rsona lly o%creec every ste p,jn
in
W i nlgewi-ine
;
to produce distinctK-a
Why sear
Taftcd. prem ium w ines.
you can
s ufiit a re w ines of
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N o o n c ,;a :Juf iiH aines’ vehicle
a ta
b e e n d ia rg e d m ih
i p e , fiber sama p l« C r if le d ip s ,
W a s h in g io n j
id o tb e r evidence
H aines as th e youi
d to a n Arkansas
Aryan N ations groi
a n d fa m ily
••
O g ;dd e n p l a s t i c !s m g e o n
r r i i e 4 d i t i mn e
d i s dc p l i n e d f o r
_ _
accbim a;
Idaho's u
soil and c
cxccption
Idaho pci
maldng V
hondcrafi
T hcnsul
uncompr
quality.
G r t e T h Ee G o a i ! T X x > r E
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i«£an,
W3
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vuxuiistis^ - ---- • ipihi. TCht!ft»n’•pnngig'rJ
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r
H a n s e )l n s c h o o
s l o w e dI b y
_________e e t n e e d e d ^ free-throw practice.
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€ e r e are'enougb
who would
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re a tb e r i s
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di
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lard
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ma (]
tb e n e w
* T b e b o a r approved th e
iidget, presented by
c o m p u te r b ud(
& n s s i s d a x i bnilffiiig.J.
I, vwhich wiU be sent
e fQ
k o rlB s
B>Cke W ilson,
Concrtte woric far tbe
;orr qualification for a
liebeatingto tb e sta te fo
been caaqdeted aod tbe
I
yant.
a l 1woric in
tedm ologygrai
diKt woric and dearical
n t spoke to trustees
• W aym ent
tbe floor was dooe OQischeduJe.
sd
a b o u t s tu d ealts’
n t and residents’
M avm ^ s ta rte d tb e m
wa!i l s la s t
iTTjH^rftng the presenM
onA
iynitnteTcst
b
attc
week but £difE woric U a
“ C am elot" a t th e
ber contint a t i o n o f '^C
Toesday. IF tbe weatber
ffa House in March.
O ak ley O p era
. n e s to te o a re n ie ,a s eeaoff b e a te d
o tb e r pre^
W a y m e a t said
sai h e fe lt th e re
, water, amfireeze and od
le m tD c o fr
w o n ld b e e nooot u ^ interest to Cll
; caidiaBswilleoaldedien
tw o b u s e s ,, w
V hich th e b o ard
nnoebridcwaric.
u n: it.
i n d B oard
ag reed to p em
•y reported that t t e
• S tan d ley
bisiDessBCaoday:
Christmas program
e le m e n ta ry' C
• S n p e ria te n d e c t D
: e a n is
rsd^.
w il l b e a t 7 pfun.Tlw
ji
Coulter, elem entaiyr PP ri i a d p a l
'n im n m i rrwHWBrtint
ptH, the s c h ^ s tree
bW
A Iso,!»=m
Tom S tsidley and Bob
V ajmcnt
val of Trtes received
IT p o n ab le
M <1«! F esnvi
iaspected a m odolar
: ribbon. Tbe tree was
J d b y th e
aE m i> ticeril
classroom to b e sold
aod report- • d e c o r a t e d een
i tire ly by grade^ Q e y scfaool c&sxxia aot
mts.
sdU O l StUdcOt
..ed it was in good anuGi
1 the
■owdiag a t
N eariy afl
tJ students earned
Woald h e lp e a s e crow
le v e l
t b e p n r i le g e to
t attend tbe spirit
■Hiiiii 11*1 iTi IIU iinrylnii
- a reward for
b id o a t!^
m o n e la st week
we
I b e b o ^ agreed too bi
to erfiibii good bduiva id e i^ t
stxideatswbo<
srrnctiire. Standley ssai
a d ie p a s t
ior. S t a n dy ssaid they are worknew stodests esndledl iin
n ts le ft t b e
“ 8 tow ard the
tb goal of everyone
mootfa. I b r e e stndents
ovie.
r e c(c p e c te d
a tten d in g tbbenotm
ei
aiea; boweter. tbey are
sentatives
from th e
• R e p re se
j
toienizn>
ibrary
will
re a d to
ia
S
t
a
a
g
e
r
H
a
n
s
e
n
l
i
b
r
• J n d y an d Kevin J
k in d e r g a r te in through second
^ spcte to tfae board aboQ
ay,
and
g
r
a
^ on the
ib o a r d s to
g rad es i o < ^ .
four basketball badcbi
cs testing should b c
I lppla y e x s to
Io w a B asics
; tbe srm fiar basketball
o rta tio n
transpoi
ByMaityKroase
Ttan»H»w»c<ictwpeBdeot
--------------ffCuyColes
K ETC m W -M ajtirC
's !Eve trassunveiled a New Year’s
o u n c c d b y ja n .1 8 .
anaoun
win iod u d e
,.____p o ita d o JU > la n .w * ^ m
• TTee r r y D ow drin-his sixth—
ice, suppleincreased taxi scrvice
le aiTTicuIum
report, said hee
grade
c
m dnop^mentary bus routes and
ombining subjects to accom*
iscoml
g
ing on Main Street b e•jn
^ n in g a t 6
late increasing subjects. He
knodate
d
p m D e tS L
saidi ssttu d e n ts w itb keyboarde
The plan was develop
le rie n c e w ere able to type
expen
>rea R ap id
T axi, Ketchum Are
k reports
on a computer.
book
n
chum polke.
h
Transit (KART), Ketchi
• Ilic
"It drama team placed 10the
Baldy’s Bistro and ^ eddiam berof
ong
51
tea
m
s
a
t
th
e
state
am on|
of
JJ
commerce to avoid a repeat
:
et, and
Brandi Coffman was
m eet,
j
•eople w e re
f.
la s t y ea r, when “peo
w ed for a Herff Jones leaderselects
dow ntow n.
al
s tra n d e d "
do
Secondary Prinapal
diipa award.
ai
Coundhvoman Sue Noe
kAbelsaid.
RickA
Ji
The coundl approvet
C rockett. B randi
• Ben
B<
in g M o n d a y
gi
in its regular meetinf
[ftnan, Bryce Stanger, Margi
Cofftn;
Difield and Jeanne Ratto were
HoDifu
J
° ^ i n S treet parkin
a
r
d
^
Citizaiship
CDtions
by
awardi
gs
prohibited and marked
Tfigh Scfaool Activities
t h :eMalw^
ii
or the
and cones to allow for
i flow of
Assoa.
buses and taxis.
•, The
Tt junior high giris* basket>n
1
1
team
completes
its
season
ball t(
re
5w
this
week. *Eighth-graders are
11 undefeated,
witfa their last
stiU
uj
n e widi M u rtau ^ Ibursday.
gamei
•• R
en
ae
R
em
aley’s
health
R
d aIS
s sht ^ a guest presentation
[nberly’s advaiuxd health stu­
Kimbc
drug and tobacd ants
^ ion
l l i e presentation was
co xssi
en
signed to encourage Hansen
desigi
to
studci to teach tfae course to
ier students.
other:
tu>
A
bd
said
Linda
Heiner’s
sm
• A
ots are showing interest in tfa£
fae
dents
ostructia) of the new sdiool and
nd
constr
issaree usng
us t i ^ interest in the dass
am
even
reading
blueprints.
rtMm-
r
p l a in
i unveiled
and
188 ito 2 0 taxis are expected, aw
'OctiAST w21 rs a <13 a “poB ce«n
KA]
le aare as w in b e desigStreetside
srd in g t o d estin ari nn,
nated accord;
riv e rs w in c a n y a g n s
and taxi drivi
nne in&vmation. F rom
«iih ti e same
_____
a x e ^ basis, zccording toI the
tb<
lan.
plas
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S h e rifff tl
m e n t o f D e l i n q u e nI t
nal chedcs fo r paym
r»T ax e S .. Y
T o u w ill o n l y b e a bWi e t o p a y t h e d e l i n S
l E O t . M O N EY OR D ER
q u e n c yy w
^ i t h C A SH IER 'S CHE
O R C AiSH
SJ .
v t h q jnr n c T o o s i q r .
ff
Sheriff
E
i
t n c e n te r d is c u s s e d
■ N ew ju v e n ile d e te nItio
o ra p p ly in g'forgrants.
fo
n tpe discussed devdop*
T beco u nit
onent to pod nsourtcs
--------------inganagreon
Iiu
juvHiilecaiter similar
j
e
d
b
r
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i
s
.
a
n
d
b
u
ild
a
jEKOM E - Promptei
^ to h o ld
l o J e S if t eERrrercoiier.
F
agreem ents o r e r bills
t grant went across the
ri TrriiTialc a t aTw
a T mFalls
•Ourlast®
n v e r , " saaid
ic Jero m e County
de te n tio n c e n te r, ]l i n r n ln ,
ioner
John Toolson,
coom
ycom
.
C
o
m
m
issio
n
GootGng and J o o o e coc
0 the
five^ounty grant
n day to d is referrin g to
t
missioners m et Btonda
h e Snake River center.
i bbm ld m e a
OBS tb e Ceasibibry of
nake R iver c e n te r
j iiuwiTT^
CESO
e m e r OO th e
fceR iter.
o p e n e d m 1994.
W
• xMXtfaside of tbe Snake!
Commissioner
t in a cm fe rJe ro m e County
Cc
.......... ..
ott offered to talk to a
m y a a la n
RoyPrescott
ence can with 30 amnxn
lert
to m eet w ith th e
i
t
b
e
id
e
a
o
f
s
tz
te
e
x
p
e
r
engjneer to disoiss tbi
boilifiog a tx z d s d e dele
■ astakm .
^
“
ter. No cffidal acxioowas
ty s id a n C e n te r
Lincoln, Gooifing., Jero
Jei m e a n d
TOaftx> «imnrips bSVC
b
r y —n,
e been
sendsders to tb e
A^ e d ia t r ic
' ing jo r e n ile offende
a ia k eR irerJn T e m JeP
le ] etentioo
III K—^
-Falls.
B at
.xL ^
• F acility in -Twin -F
j
ing
connties
\
^
(
Y
J erom e an d .Gooding
ie S 1 2 S p e r
^ (( lm
enter
: b a re objected to tbe
te ti center
IV
^ d ^ , p e r imnatp rate
> dtaiges tbe coonty.
th a n
; T b e S 1 2 S i ^ S 4\ h i
I tb e d a ^ ra te a t a Sl
; jn T en ile c e n te r. J k
t r i l ling comity ofiioa
&mke R iv s c o le i's la
, ex c ee d ^ S t.A stb o n y
I K A L P m im
Tbe ojuoties agreed
e te n o o n , b n t
; few itnreniles in detei
r e s te a d ily
nn p j
' said tb e num bers aan
u
am
issto
n
e
rs
**”
'
T he
d s c o n ld b e
M wm
ff m B o m s ,
s aid 12 to 16 beds
_
e n o o ^ Cor now, batt tb
tbe y w a n te d
: m ienre tbeir options
Bq
opea
n
—- ,
;
“By tb e tim e it is f in is h e d i t
e
a a q itb ig n e w
ll," G o o d in g
O ICj
' aiay b e too smaH,”
3 io n e r W in
O l oMk s t e a t p a d a i t s .
i C o tu ty Commissio
; Henskesaid.
T b ^ a t o ^ o s ^e d p o te n tia l
craffing^
g
_
I re q o irem ea ts, aadid d a y -to -d a y
» M a rtin S tr e e t
ag re e d f e e s
38»
! o perations. Tbey ag
TW in F a lls
' sbonld b e based on ai co u n ty ’s
tfae cen ter.
o .
: percentage of ose off tb
S t o 8 M o n .- F r i.
sandpaym em
! Fxmnxingc^itioasaii
■e cco n sid e re d ,
. ! arrangem ents were
or Ip ■
• iodnding leasing or
ifral re so o ite s,
I pooEag tbeir fimnda]
ByPMem m a s B e ^t
It
Trap, “and vmtk with us abov
grouj
hat is involved in creating
wbat
atc
icility o f th is sort. T he stat
facil:
q>ert could also advise aboi
expe
rannhV
g ^ t s to help build th
av
ai
jn of facility.”
sone
“\Ve need to do our homewm
see
od get b«3c toeetfaer again to st
andg
t e e this goes," Hcndee said
wber
- sb
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quality o f ca rc we provide,
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of America's la rg e st
industries, b u t th e faaaa seems lost o n lawnuikcrs across th e coun
ountry.
n of
T hat’s the opinion
ol industry officials
th annual
G overnor's
on h a n d for th e 13th
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C o n f e r e n c e o n T ra
ravve l a n d T o u r is m ,
ay at Caesars P alace,
—w h id rw ra p s u p today!
Ju e f executive o fficcr
Jo n a th a n Tisch, chic
p re sid en t
o f L oew s Hotels anidd incoming
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aid. But h e arg u ed th a t New
n d M o te l
jobs, Tisch saic
le canyon to u rs a re a m ajorriodustxyi
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off th
t e A m e r ic a n H o te l a n d
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w suffer if polidid u s tr y is a
Y ork C ity hiw
w makers a p p a re n tly didn’t
o u th e rn N e v a d a a n d th e: C
Cllin to n
sso d atio n , said th e travel induJ
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governing
flights
in
sou
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d a n s im pose new n d « i
in istra tio n is considering im posing:
;
s ec
economy.
consider th *e im
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lajor
contributor
to
America's
,
Canyon.
admin
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myj w hen th e y im posed a 5
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th
e
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econom
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new
guidelines
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irs o<ut of Las V egas
tough:
re
G ra n d Canyon tours
on
hotel
rooms
costing
more
•x
ec u tiv e
rank F a h re n k o p f, c h ie f exec
if this counpercent tax on
n to
th e intem ationFrai
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are
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attraction
tc
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e r night in th e e a rly 1990s.
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jitini, displaying six
office
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try
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al tra v e le r,” said Santii
ourism in d u stry w a s badly
du stryhas;
generator.
T he city’s ton
)dadon, said th e gaining indust
he picked up
Assoa
on’t view us a s an economic: gc
b rochures on canyonI tours
to'
don'
fore the tax w as repealed in
in
k i n g its c ^
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sgas-G rand.Canyon.— a pare
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Grand Canyon-Las.Vegi
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rn oa hastily called news conferIn
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IS
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id w o u ld “ s te p d o w n ” as
rich and rem ain a t the univercoach
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pacity. A ssistant coach Tony
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five NCAA to u r n a m e nIt t:appearan c es and his 152-77 re
rc cord is
entage in
th e best w inning percen
sc h o o l h is to ry . H e bfce c a m e
?ersy last
e m b ro ile d in controvei
month over rem arks toD a: prized
lo rm o n —
prep recruit — and a Mo
BYU. And
who chose Duke over B'V
ftrith R eid
BYU fans, u n h a p p y wi
a n d a m e d io cre te a m71,, stay e d
away in droves,
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people want to support,”
b tr g said.
d ire c to r R ondo Fehlbe
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p e o p le w a n tt to
t' c o n trib u te to.
O th e r w is e , you
yo m ight a s weU
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tu m o u t th e Lgt
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lentified sources as
q u o te d uniden
not rem ain as
saying R eid would
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For the latest scocw cil
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five m in u te s as both team
hose team is 3-2 in confer"•■'OS
lissed
traded ttim overs and misse
nce play an d 7-3 o v e ra ll,
shots.
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lid he has stressed defense
J
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th
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V
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in f
II year.
Wendell effectively
all
y
a p p ea red to b e ready to t;
logged the m iddle fo r most
clogf
th e score, a series of misfo
off th
t e gam e a n d p la c e d
i
tunes hit th e home team , At
cnior center E rin R ie tk e rk
senU
3 :3 9 in th e fo u r th p e‘rio
rio d ,
1 charge of guarding Romer.
inch
Johnson picked up h e rr fif
TTh
he strategy w o rk ed until
lading
foul w ith the T rojans leadii
V^alley
all coach B ria n H a rd y
30-26.
hanged his game p lan in the
chan
hrows
Followirig t^vo free throi
iiird quaner.
tlurc
:edoff
by Reeves, Romer picked
(
With
W her team tra ilin g 23down
a loose ball and drove do\
4,14,V iking C ry stal R eeves
ilomer
the left side of court. Rom
:onvened
a
short
ju
m
p
e
r
and
con\
was ca lled for an offensi
/a lle y began to e x te n d its
Vall
llision
foul, h e r fifth, in a collisi
le
fe n s e to a t t a c k th e
defi
an d
w ith a W endell p la y er a;
.Vendell
g u a rd s c o m in g
Wei
had to sit out the last 59 secS'
icross
the
half<
ourt
line.
acrc
onds.
The
Tl Valley pressu re resultThe Trojans hit a latecju
juim p
L*d
ed in s e v e ra l W e n d e llI
shot for th e final score.
turnovers
and opened up the
tu p
V
m id d le . R o m e r
Viking
it
worked
the in sid e fo r eight
wot
points
pon in the final 10 m inutes.
Valley
was narro w ec l the
V
score
sco: to 26-24 just o n e m inute
t
Ma.
into
m t the fo u rth p e r io d b u t
VtUrr»
couldn’t seem'to find th e bot­
cot
tom
tor of the n e t fo r th e next
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in Pope In tho first
Volloy's Jaml Ruby trios to findd aa w ay around Wondeil's LeeAnn
a rth
hall of th e Trojans’ victory over
tf o Vikings Tuesday night.
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id h e r turn ed out to b e a
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winning
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Je n n ife r
B uhl
;osovsky h it a s h o r t
B artoS'
per w ith seven se c o n d s
in the game, m oving th e
m s to 7-2 on the season.
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e tim e b e fo re t h a t ,
th ough
Igh..
F oirrtthe niglit, Buhl stood a t
n.
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th e Bruins fo rg e d a comlee­
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back behind j u n io r Amber
er,
DLxler. Bixler h it a 3.pom ter
p u lle d dow n a d e fe n sivve
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fo:
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b a s k e ts
u n til
Ke
C larke
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rebounds ;
scored on offensive rebo
to g ive T w in F a lls its first ;
uarter a t •
lead of the fourth quart
49-48.
m in u te
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rem aining th e Bruins
)und th e .
to toss th e b a ll arounc
run out
perim eter, trying to) rui
th e clock,
3t a Uttle
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sticky.
M oore a tte m p te d1 to stea l
in A
th e b a ll from B ruin
A lysia
Geer. Both players fell
fell down
going for th e loose ball
bal a n d .
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th e refs wliistled G eer
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a g le s o ffe n s iv e lin e m a n
S c h o o l, P h ila d e lp h ia E
Eai
•d aaw ay delicate situations as
Jerm ane M ayberry tu m ed
if they w ere charging defensi
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le
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ahays share
The 325-pound M ayberry came
for this,
the blessing.
p epared
w
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ck iin 1996 didn’t have an eyt
pick
am until h e ^vas 16 — when h t
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te r
hiss left eye. Tliat’s why, aftei
Mayberry,
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in e a S4.75 million contract
Philadelphia
h ^'Ss p e n t th e first SIOO.OOO t.
nid a m obile eye exam progran
Eagles
“ m from a bus.
A nd since pneumonia delayei
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the start of his season, he
w earing glasses than leanun
lecturing children about,t w
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th e basics of offensive line play in th e NFL.
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to tell th e determ ined Nort
So he knew ju st w hat
P h ilad d p h ia fifth grader.
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hey
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s t r a i n t gam e
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; Tuesday night w ith
I
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w ith a rccord
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Childs fin ish e d w
wiiith a seasonic lu d in g a tieI
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B
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p o in ts a n d a ll
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:art
rtc rs reach ed
■
: five New Y o rk sta
■
: double figures.
H
K arl M alone le dd IU tah w ith 29
ssed a tw & p c ^
H
points, b u t he misscc
H
a tte m p t w ilh 100 ssc c o n d s l e f t
cded
H
■ when th e Jazz n e ed
c a 3-poimer
to tie.
b u n h loss of th e
■
It was ju st t h e foui
' season a n d sccondj oorn the road for
■
> Utah, which b e g a nn aas t r i n g o f fi%-e
• s tr a i n t road gam es.
■
N ew Y o rk , s taarrt;tin g a ru n o t
re nr i ^ t s , is havfour games in fsv^
n in g s treak in
' ing its longest w in
inn
' t>s‘0 years.
■
:
T he K n ic k s h aa dd a nin e-p o in t
f o iu r th q u a n c r
; le a d w h e n t h e fo
l o nn e h a d t h r e e
! b e g a n , b u t M a lo
' s tr a ig h t b a s k eCIS
ts and Jo h n
oree-point
play to
Stockton h a d a thre<
9.
d e the gam e a t 79.
h i t h is t h i r d
E w in g t h e n hi
s tra ig h t b a s e li nn ec ju m p e r, a n d
g in g laj-up and 3Childi had a rw istin
.79 lead.
pointer for a n 8&-T9
A fa st b r e a k la
la;y u p b y A lla n
BWYcttk a n d g h lHouston gave New
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Raptors 97, N
Nlets8 8
|P i o b a s k e t b a n
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e i^ a h sziaiehx.
tb eir cid
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^ lD 9 ,
Mavericks 7 3
IXAS - Atlania Hawks made
J A re c o fd l9 3 l» i« e « .
Kskic BU ylock m ade f ire >
m and scared 27 pooBs — 19
jj half — for tfae Hokks.
e fust
«bo m
wt»a for tlK n?"«h lime in the
last 11
g
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c h o s e n o l to in d ic t, ai
, charge was dropped.
jcsl2 3 ,W an ias8 3
. ” x c r r y K ittleM
s le d New Jerse>with 27 points.
iATTLE - H e rsey H aw kins
rf a seasa»4risb 30 poinis aod
r Payton added 24 a s S eattle
sl a th ite sa m e kaing streak.
— K, Warriors, wbo trailed by »
. ^ ,is. a t halfiim e. Ion Joe Smith‘
^ into th e sccond h alf w ith a‘
ined k f t ankle w hen Seattle's•
Mcllvainc landed awkwardly
o a l jm
m near th e S onk^ basket.
: Hornets 9 3 ,7
,7 6 eis8 4
^ zzfies 93, Rockets 92
EAST R U T H E I
Walt Williams scor
Damon Stoudomirc
as Toroaio
17 in the fourth1quarter
qu
-game l o ^ streak
■ snapped a four-gai
game this sea■ and w on its fir s tt road
ra
PH IA - M uggsy
PH ILA D ELPH
high «-ith 24
Bogucs tied his; career
cai
otte Hojncts won for
points as C harlotu
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,
the fifth tim e inisixgam
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sccond
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It was Charlotti
five nights o v aT th
ti: e 76CIS. who lost
No. 8 Clemson 58,
South Carolina 39
.
No. 16 Minnesota a82,
Rhode Island 72
.
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7 oO"®
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jcouver outsoored Houston 1<-6S
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PROVIDENCE, R.I.
Ja cobson scorcd 16 poi
p v e No. l b
Icej-cd a b te spurt that ga^
M innesota an 82-72 victi
c to ry o v e r
Rhode Island on Tuesdayynight.
n
ha v e to foul ■
tie d a n d we didn’t hav
» it
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people. I couldn’t see
re f h ad a good angle."
th te In d ia n s
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nd M
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f r e e th ro w s
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bined
w hen they needed to.
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th e d uo scored 31 of
1 u h l’s 51
5.o f-2 0 fre e
p o in is a n d h it 15-ol
throws.
down a gameKleinkopf pulled dow
nds fr o m th e
h ig h se v e n rebounds
1C Bruins,
and
wing position for the
E
rers
C lark e led all players w ith four
steals.
rd,” s a id Twin
“This one was hard,
nee P fefferle.
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n d th e lead
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Kentucky 104,
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ills beat th e U s
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hospital
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m ent. C ooper said.
1 fh av e
“ -S om e o f Th«><g freshm enime
m o te e x p e rie n c e th a n som o f
e a r seniors,” h e said.
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S o p h o m o re s a r e slo ttecd
d fo r
C
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r i b i s Bnrley a n d M inico mnec c to n
”th e m a t to m o rro w , it w ill
ill b e a
tl
r?a<
h b e tw e e n a n e m ee tr g in g
d
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w re s tlin g te a m a n d a n e
power.
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Bnjjey /^ntras tw o senion
ist y e a r
to t h e sta te m eet last
n in atcd
b u t th e B o bcats a re domu
a=lT s e w a p t a 3 « “
a s s ^ c s e d &CB foul tzm id ti l e d le s s i a b e in g
eS 1 34 za tb e fisa l pesiod.
P ric e s a a i
a a c S B ^c S
g ; rSS*S3-«?
sixth in th e s ta te
Bowers finished1 si
year. He step leps up to w e s tlc
his season.
a t 189 pounds this
M arty Zim micrm
er an. a se n io r,
H andy, a s o p h o a n d C la y to n Ha
stle d at s ta te last
m ore, both wresd
elim inated in th e
y ear and were ell
of the consolation
sccond round ot
o n -Q W
en t Clark, a th ird place fin. Brem
r aat
t 103 -pounds last y ear as a
isher
lomore. is a c ontender for the
sophoin
state‘ title
n t a t 112. H is o ld er broth-5
Cevin, looks to im prove on his
er-Keyi
fifthI place
pli finish at 125.
rcshman Daniel Gil (103) and
FresV
retuirn
rn iin g s ta te q u a lifie r Cody
(119) give Dcclo a formiuaEck (i:
division.
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IDAHO FALLS - W ith
Tracy
seconds rem aining, J a kiC
e T
«sin Falls
nailed a layup to give Twm
road Nnea 69-67 boys’ b asketball roai
tory over Hillcrest.
m e in as
It w as th e second tim
Falls has
many years th a t T win Fall
team in
beaten a ranked Knightt tta
d ra m a tic fa s h io n . H ill
unbcatentered Tuesday’s gamee ui
hcsm
cn and ranked fifth in th e s' tc.
Boys' high school
sports
by
W ith T w in F a l l s t r■ailing
a ili
n K
Kohring
seven a t halftim e, Ben
’high 21 in
scored 12 of his game-higl
th e t h i r d p e r io d toI pp uu ll th e
Bruins b ack into conientio
T he team s b a ttle d to a: draw
penetrated
before M ark Thrash penr
a n d d is h e d to T ra c;y
y ff o r th e
game-winner. •
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Shoshone 59,
p rrwo w e i ^ t classBoth move up
Richfield 36
c s th is ta ll, Z im
im m erm an to 160
H
Rivet Trojans
R IC H F IE L D - T'hh ee T ig e r s
an d Handy to 140
140.
Raft
F
bym M lerdassm an.
sne shooter
H
en and four sophop loach: M ark Jensen
couldn’t stop Shoshone
Two freshmen
_ g=*»e»T h e y a r e le d b y f ir s-it.v
t ear
dians took a
b rack et for
3Josh tJhrig as th e Indian
: c t u i ^ g state qualifiers: 189a J .h c
m ores BU the weight
wc
.
rrr>rh S te v e \V isebeck, an
boys* bas- _____
k e -M o n tg o m e ry _ (sr),_ h v « t-„___ Class A t4,.N prtluidee be
arly les-------thttBobcals.
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wiU
get-a
n
ear
k « 4 % W o a d iB ie r3 9
\
i ^ f young, t o i l ^ '
i-n
ketball road v.iru
Jey Jones (sr)
petitio n
so
R ic h fie ld
iUDMI
all hard w o rk ers.”
[ E i* - W b o d R i« r c c E m ^
s n i n th e le v e l o f com pc
ir
“H e w as on fire .”” R
n th e th e school’s fourth year
Sco a t 7
kids. They’re aU
,i r t i a i they w elcom e Mime
id, refeiring
.ill—
only sec room
— fnr t»_iee q o r tE ts . b m
V
coach G arr W ard said,
i
W isebcck said.
OTCStling, heavyw eight Rocky
p, jn . Thursday.
lint goals.
^ Io a « 5 * n i£ iia n is ia i
nto Uhrig’s seven 3-point
|
^. n « i . T . - for im pravement
ICS will shoot for his third coti. . . II,----?- lalmg
............
Jones
S t i i S i S
- < ^ 2. $. t o B e & S 5 t £ s « e r e o o t "' D e d o is th e o m e r MmtJ
)1u tiv e trip to th e sta le champith a t c an boast long
ey i o t l i e
■frstand.
Qgjio Hornet
ets
;hips.
S3S: s IV/.V‘5s' ”
,
in g w ie stlin g su c c e si
.S
Ip in g to
1995-96 f u shififthinA
^
[ones has never placed in the
T h e H o r n e ts a r e hopi
S, Robert* t, Joth Lhtu OD«lI
goo£ sS^ S s t o i j g j r " " F n e r 3 9 , W i r tberiy36
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Coach: Todd^W
V ebb
n bin ed A -3 an d A 4 division.
To»l»IO».U17Sn.
im prove o n last year’s fiftl
3^> c^
at
>poinuo.l»J^UhnttlJ^.J
SS-»S-B
to te qualifiers: 103cojnbi
?_
f i l e r - T h e Bulldogs’
BiJ
R eturning stat
Luke M ontgomery, ^vrestllng at
BichtwUlLUu i.r>t« ii.f*™*’
f o r m a n c e , w hile te a m
m s from
s than
30 sem n d s
cuflim*
third (jr). 112-Cody
Luk
,<,Toul»lJ»-l5H
attem p t w itb less
tl
B rcnt Clark, t ^
9 -p o u n d s. m a d e th e tr ip to
i o r t in T besd ay ^
R a ft R iv e r a n d O ak leyM\ v illh e
rem aining f ^ dioi
;-Kevin C la rk fifth ,
^89-p
diu a ls to
E ck (jr), 125-Ki
iL
lie
as
well
last
year.
^
J.point
3JCC
baske*>
w
k
>
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o
tn
d
iv
id
Canyon C onferena
or <
Croft (soph). 160.
stale ,
ilcW.ShoibM
JIS
junicrT«iitjia»T:llicW»U<W.
(sr), 135-Taylor
and
G
knas
F
csty
With
ball
FUcrani
state.
1 7 1 -L o n m c
Wii 11 w e s d e rs . th c TrojaJU
T y le r S to k e rr (jr).
(
G n i place in i b e
he
■Id th e ir largest te am since me
arc now tie d forr Gi
cth(sr).
•
Gsterhout, sixth
le r
W re s tlin g
Buriey
BobcaAs
conference a t ^
•cstling
program
s
ta
n
e
d
under
I
^
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O
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S
I
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head coach T odd
w rest
TO A !
Ij
F irs t-y e a r h«
a te n o l2
Minico 4 1 , Pocatel
ach M ark J e n s e n fo u r years
S teve W isebcck
c b ic coals for Dcclo
coacl
T i nT S
s FALLS - T t e C tr is n a a
[jers 125W ebb has set bi
tob«rirO<««Tin.ch e S p a rta n
s ta te q to lifie
e = rr c se d t b e £ » b n a k r a
PO CATELLO - T he
ago.
145-Marty
on th e mat.
o t o e « $ y lead e«e^ Magic
d ^ t u n H a n d y (soph), 14f
w re stlin g tea m sh ru
ru gg g e d off a
v
re
stlc
rs
r
e
tu
r
n
in
g
W ith six wrc
y
^
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Z im m e rm a n ( s r ) , 1 7/ 1-C ody
slow sta rt to dominate
QaW
akley Hornets
w ho trav eledd tto th e s ta te m e e t
a fe Bbs^ s b s s e d b B '& ist
^
t
Bowers, sixih(sr).
in th e hig h er w eightss a n d pick
a rc buzzing
Coach: Sid Nelson
.
quaUfiers
last year, therHornets
H(
victory of tb e
A p air o f senior sta te qi
laaUK-s-bEOT
b a c tdo o f t b e s e a v ta f o r th e
r's:
up its second m eet vict
R e tu r n in g s t a t e q u a lifie rs
first-year
to im prove on
on th eir fifth p lac e
W z n isex.
is o
le ad Burley, b u t h alf o f fi
season.
finislL
Dne
ipped a threeco a c h S i ^ e W ise b c c;k’s
k te a m
not
Bill Bauschcr stoppe
S ?s
D l e H d i 5 5 , C Carey41
<
lally h a v e a p r e t t y
t F u r t h e r in f o r m a tio n no
o
s in g s tr e a k
o
f
fresh
m
en
and
m a tc h S p a r ta n lo sii
B l«= D C T i^
d i e t r i c b --■n.=
ti
s o I i t b S ica e d te a m .” W e b b
;ccived.)
rad Staples in
w hen he pinned Brad
hcm
used a t o u ^ d ddense
c r ia the f o m u
said.
130 pounds.
“ w S stK n g a t in - p o u nnds,
d Cody
th e second round aItt 1;
a u a itc r to force!tu
turm o « x s a a d W »
J a m ie B e r rin g e r: a nr d S h a w n
by Carey S541 Tuesday ia a
w ith pins, a s
JH L 2 7
lalf
Robinson followedI wi
J e r o m e 8 4 ,
ir
minutes
ofthe
second
ha!
t h e first fo u r n
Minico p ulled awayy fo r th e team
im s a n d T h o m p s o n b o th1 hhiit long
Williatt
B
s e o m d h a t f * 3 h t h e reesse r w s o n t h e
^rantage t o
th e n w a tc h ed
e d the rest of the game fror
G a m e s a mH
n nc a y ; Jero n n e g 3 w e a cfrB c
Dr
“T h e y ’re re a lly/ to u g h dow n
r a i ge l b o m b s t o b ring Uie advar
... 12 players played major
{ to o r a m th e h c f ia R S uu rrce i j t e t D g e t a n y t h e b e n c h ....
c o a c h B ra d
t t h e h a lf.
^ ,
it
b e lo w .” M in ico co
T i e n t a J s o f b o i y s 'h ^
in tiie fundama
m in u te s forr the
tri Tigers and all made it
ttv n g g n n g .
Aras
C o o p er said. “I w
as h a p p y w e
ta c h q u o te : “W e sc o re d aa Ilot o f
etb an T u e s d a y
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school basketb
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starters
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column.
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10iJJ.
JJ
m e c o a c h B re n t Clark,
n..i, Pot dK. 'niunoo. lU; II
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points
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te r
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h v S a s h a d d o s e d th
h ee score to 23-10.
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ers
1.5 million Fox television
v
n g c a lle d
could m iss a lin lc thing
th e S u p er Bowl as th e: nn«e tw o rk
play a b ig
and Tim e W arner Inc. pla}
gam e of diicken.
usy pointT hc companies are busy
in g fin g e rs a t each oIth
th te r a n d
a nd c a b le
w-aming football fans and
n p a , F la.;
view ers in Austin; Tamp;
Iw
K a n sa s C ity . Mo.; Milw;a u k c c ;
iheir “ roban d Detroit to dig out thei
ic \W a rn e r
bit-car” antennae. Time
.ow ns c a b le sy ste m s in
d ries.
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Fox, in full-page ncw:
a d s ru n M onday an d Tu
sa>-s Tim e W arner is fo rd
tu rn off local stations ir
c a u s e .h =
m a rk e ts on Ja n . 1 b ecai
e n e g o iiatc
cable operator won't rene
co n tracts for access to th
stations.
T im e W a r n e r says
?s F o x is
th reatening to cut off the signals
bccause Tim e W arner isn
isn' I c a n y ln g th e netw ork's all news
^ v s s ta u o n
in New York.
be
; I “ I think,that vie^versi should
shi
:w ry , very c lear that if tth e F o x
Jdnight on
s i g n i disappears at midn
x a u s c Fox
Ja n . 1 it w ill only be bccai
forccd us to do it," said
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I ichael
Luftm an, a spokesman1 fo
fc r T im e
W arner.
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in g e a c h o th e r , som ce fi
faas are blam ing them both.
boi
s a id T o d d
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n iv e rsity
B aker, a 21-ycar-old U
Uni
o f Texas student. “FU bbcc h a c k e d
looks b a d .
a t b o th o f th em . It lool
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:EspecialIy becausc it’s
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us a; t hom e
reach th e local stations
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(
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to carry th e Fox network
d in
Dcc. 31.1996,” Fox’s ad
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C able to negotiate a new
ncv ag reem ent. T im e W arner’ss re
n sp on se
fsuit. ... W e
h as been to fde a lawsui
e fu l th a t a
a t Fox a rc very hopefu
‘
r
ne^v agreem ent can be ree a c h e d - .
ill b\ c availso that p ro g ram s... will
able."
b u y (^ e r g e t s ^w hat
n e o g o e s tia t
CTcse ffj» ^ i i|_r-wHieit mcDniea
in r ju; dnniilianii.
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waver.
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9 4 M onday ao acccpt
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ture for a new stnriitmi.
a c r c is e th e
state Legislaturi
E e 1V-X TTTPffl! J a l y I to exe:
Q.
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Council micm
en bers in siste d t h a t t b e 2Done.
a iKcegccoBed feas m
IBapue -siii3 aifat amfl
m e sh o u ld b e sffi-ed, t b o n •b
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year-old Dome
l e a ’s F o colsen X o rttw e stt w
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Utopial y o f F s
e k in g
ii
CITY,
Mo. (AP) - If
.K A N S A S C
r
loses its th ird game
( i ? ' '5
m day b u t still m oke
.n a row Sund
fs, d o n ’t a s k M art}m er for an ap61os>'.
“T h e g u idd e lin e s a r e sim ple.
in th e top six,'”
You have to<finish
fir
^^e C hiefs co:
coach sa id Tuesday.
m a tter how o r w hen
you „ in them.
m. W e w ant t o get in
by winning,
n't th ink you n eed lo
“But I don’t
j-ou’re successful getapolo^ze if >-oi
ased upon w hat scmie
ting th ere bast
rd as
would regard
j backing in. The
.cre in th e beginmng.
rules a rc thcrt
o f a g a m e d o e sn ''i
T h e v a lu e of
id
change based on
i w h ether it''s th e
game.”
first o r final ga
y-riddlcd Chiefs (9*6)
T he injury-r
th e playoffs f o r tb e
could reachI tl
ra iig h t y e a r u n d e r a
se v e n th s tra
;ccnarios,<.n'enifthc}num ber of sco
:gular season £ n a le jn
lose th cir regu
Buffalo.
• I f th e;y
y b e a t t h e B ills,
C incinnati and
Indianapoliss beats
b<
loses to A tlanta, th e
Jacksonvillec lc
3uld p la y h o s t lo
C h ie fs w oul
c
in
th
e
first round.
Jacksonville ir
C h iefs b e iit B uH alo
• If th e Ch
)lts a n d Ja c k so n v ille
a n d th e Colts
h e Chiefs -would p l ^ ’
both win, the
round
a t Indianapolis.
in th c first ro
t
b o th th e C hiefs a n d
L osses b y bo
l ie w o u ld p u t th e
J a c k s o n v ille
th te playoffs a s
No.
Chiefs into th
ind s e n d t h e m t o
6 s e e d and
Pittsburgh for th e first round.
C hiefs -win th is w eek
• If th e Ch
I n d ia n a p o lis
and
w h ile
Ind
[le b o th lo se , K a n sas
Ja c k so n v ille
C ity w o uild
ld p la y h o s t t o
K B :- "
shame C
\w
o n ’t s
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n B j
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I^ H
LJ •*
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h s ls e a ta iis n .
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India
-- 3I f aihe
Enue.
sas.
nplm ta aoseJx. PjrtK hirsSi Ikais
EnpL
cat
a nidd JJ a d a tm x ’iil!: ilnasa. ithsni o
iced guard Jim PjTie
T M n ’/V F k L -n ieeTTam
i pa Bay Buccaneers placec
sd a y and signed two
;;ooch on injured rcservcTucsd;
•and linebacker Jeff Goo
ister spots.
pla>-ers to fill their rosto
squad, -was
ins, w ho has been the Bucs’ ppnicDce
r
Center K c\in Do^ns,
yrne, a s ta rte r who broke his>left
lc leg during last
signed to replace iSTie.
Sunday’s 21-10 loss att M innesota.
ro 1No\’cm ber pames
who p b y c d in two
Linebacker Mark Williams,
Wi
to fill in for
a,
after joining the S l Louis
Loi R am s on O c t 30, was; signed
anterior c ru d ate ligament in his
hif right k n e e
Gooch, who tore the anti
quad b>’ signing corogins’ -spot on the practice squ:
Thc Bucs filled Dogii
le. ■
nerback Rashid Gayle.
>
»’
®
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i
1
\
;
k
Ajrizona Cardinals’
W ith o n e gam e rem aining,, A
TEM PE. Ariz. - Wit
Dn and th e free-agem
about the off-season;
Coach Vince Tobin iss thinking
th
m arket.
ird if th e y be at th e
3uld fin is h w ith a 8-8 record
T h e C ardinals coult
■y. It
] also w ould p v e
Pliiladelphia Eagles; in
in th e season finale Sunday.
idve ^vins and a 5-3 record in die
the N FC
Arizona two consecutivt
y tth e C a rdinals are
______ T obin is hoping th a t w o u ld change th e way.
cption of th is footljall
round th e league. “The percept
\^c^ved b>- players aroiu
mt a nd going 8-8-wiU
new- yourself is very important
I -team and hmvyou vie%
;e agents,
but attracte-signing some of our own free
i
not only help us in re-si|
5,” 1
Tobin said Tuesday.
ingotlicr free agents.”
! f l
: "
' ^5
■
i
ng comments
lend player followini
F a lc o n s s u s p e t
k1 by
S m ith w-a-s suspended
\ A danta Falcons
SUWANEE, G a -- Chuck
Cl
sive en d complained
in T
coach J u n e Jones on
' uesd ay afte r tlie defensivi
about the team ’s leader
idcrsliip.
, . . ,
Ital to th e team ” one
nded fo r “conduct .detrimental
Sm ith '■vas suspende
a m ,e s p « 3 a lly a tth e
calling for change on the teain
day after defiandy call
top.
2,” h e s a id .‘^V eneed
ne hI e re and focus on defense,”
“W e’ve got to come
ided m an. R ight now
going to b e a defen.'rive-mindei
a h ead man that’s goii
be a scrub defense.
U n til th a t h appens u e ’U be
th a t’s not th e ease.r. U
Jefense th at’s the focus pointI of
of evoything. That’s
You've got to liave deft
uses* t& er ppto sc se a so n p a rty fo r
e s e c o n d tim e s in c e
o ttly c&e
t e n n e r b e o m e c nadi in
Scfn irrti afieii
I B
^
fr. BflffoJft
Iffllb
h£ sUUltan. t n i n ^ a SDB liodL.
L.
4hES
*bBBI
n a v i x c . T e Q 5 ( . 4APP ) - T h e r e ’s a
rr-Tftr
J a yr X ovacek w ill be
is C owboys fo r th e
j-TTfTaftfi* m r&g TbfTat
fo r 388.
had no
Switzitzer had assum ed No^-acek'had
d ia n cee o f playing this year. “Alll l1t a1 l k
illin g
w ith hhiim a b o u t is d o g s a n d k ill
[ay
,” S w itic r said. “ I know J a y !has
b ird s,”
»& a f c a iit’c
n ’c p la y e d in th e
running uphiU b cc au se h is back
b:
b e e n ni
regj^jar-siBHon b ec m se o0f a b a d bade, is
irface. I
w hen h e runs on a le v d surfac
h u rts wi
± e c a s ^ E a f c n i a. sp u tte rin g rtnn.-><
;ht 1now
know w hat it w ould do right
c a n ts Z4tfa in d ie
don’t ki
C i«biO T GCianse tfeact ca:
nig.
ifw c ggot
o him b a ^ to se a le\-cL”
X F L a n i IStfcni passrag
• ra n d ow n e r J e n y
Jonesies said he doesn’t “w a n t too m ake
r.trnrgff R ;ff tt S aiTryrT~a
” but
m o re oo f th e s itu a tio n th a n it is ’]
Jfanes s a i i T n e sd iy fFnr
tic qaarterfaack
is feeling b e tte r aboutc his sitin df m nsc fa v o rite
“ Novao
T ro y A ikntaa’s secam
g ht o ut
n. W e’ve got th a t little light
uation.
_ cegerres- a fe e lin g bb ee c te r . “ H e to ld
e pplaytr rraehefi
th a t h is
th c re .t. IH is goal is to p la y in th1C
<nr-n- OS OCT 3SS£SCU!l
O
offc.”
fcas t d t t&e t eacc ir h a s fe ir in a
most of
m e ^ th a t h e may
Novavacek has played w t h pain mo:
an d tscpcnnis:
th r o u g
ire e r in Dallas b u t fought thro
is,"’ S w itr e r said .
his c an
pEaiy Ea t&e pLtyofEs,"
sigi
it. “J aay
j has b een p laying w ith signifi-T H at w o d a b e 1 t rrem
r a en d b u s lift for
10 he
pntn and on a s < ^ c o f 1 too 1(
lie fiir
c a n t pa
OCT ceacE. m feat w ait
I J a y to come
d.. “ H is
t
dow
n
to
a
7,”
J
o
n
e
s
sa
id
e n h1^ s r e a d y .”
h a s it i
GSc e a c d cd l m e w hen
h a s be en a t a 10. M aybe h e can
TTTT«> CO' D a llas six
p a in h:
S c c E X oracefc cam.
b ut there’s no w ay Td p v e odds
odd on
a fi ht a s c a u ^ it m ore
p laybti
ui»ii-^3^ra p o p g h g e m
i i e next
won’t b e this w eek b u t in th
i
it. It wi
t23S|i a o d o no ly tw o h a d m o re
le o f wrecks it m ig h t."
S)>
couple
tB K sifflg jart& (35TS)>
Jovacek
T h c ;e Cowboys h av e ca rried Nov:
BO secTBC f e l t: oonn e o£ th e reasons
le ir 53-man ro ster instead o f placi
Hfocrive o n offense . o n thei
* c ba sec ft b een profai
list in
lim on th e in ju re d re s e rv e li:
in g hir
r ! r^ y e a r is b e a a s ee J a y isn ’t h e re ."
j a 'ii in « n ^ tw wn riyf.
h o p e5s :h e could be re a d y fo r thhee ipb y ofls.
Fffe Bjoccsott, gTDcni OS Xovacek's
191, th c
F o r r th e firs t tim e s in c e 1991,
s m x e a s c r , b a s b eee a h o b b le d w ith
tx j^ don’t get a first-round bye this
in g c a m p . Vrtiile
Cowbo
E a je rte s i n c e tr a innin
eso ta or
a s s e s fijr TDS yards
y e a r a an
i d will play d t h c r Minnesot
SoOTsfccm g& rSZpass
id d p h ia on d th e r D c c 28 oir29.
r 29
h a s irjag tir oniy 48
Philadi
Ibxg « d r . B jisnssn has
s
JohnsonsseesDolfphins offfuture agi; a i n s t B i l lIs
--I g
I ^
d ie bottom line.”
•WnATjn<(ft!Pil—
’WTi>TTTiii:!aigP 7
Ita
h week: and: B e d
a w ihe ttTttim- Pu^iliinf; taiii-«
^ithatiheiaw:.
control
Hum board cedes cc
Oakland stadii
u b e e n ic a a ia
jyrinrrii
j
iViMVTTnfl 3i ftig f t**l*TrST
ballcunotil irir»>T'U». tm iiM ii 21itin
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bOth 31
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now areEtnnEtrDait*aE5.r
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pl g i a g f iirig r e
isy S arot' Miars’j t
^fTTTttrp ^ J]ritiimiill Sliifi- ***D tl^
a^'« a c E 3 i.£ = i& .
•wnnc. TBCt tfii^ii*
^lotilcing 2n
i,iiinin
B iHr^ ^ g r xhe wear can 3) idoKC siQB;.is^3i
Durtty Coliseum board
- T he Oakland-Alameda Couil
OAKLAND. C a lif.-'
.h asv o tc d to g o o u toDff bbusiness.
will turn over contiiilinnounccd on Monday diey wil
Board members anni
JVC comes a fte r pnibofficials next mondi. Thc move
to county and d ty offii
ice th e re tu rn of th e
•sonal sc a t licenses to finance
lem s in selling pcrsor
O akland Raidere.
lount n e eded to break
License sales are aattlleast 9,000 short of thc amou
» d e d as early a s Ju n e
sibility ta x money may be need
even. T h ere is a possibi
onds issued to p ay fo r
lymcnts o n S198 million in bom
to cover interest paym
eum renovation.
die move and Coliseun
ill stadium
!Wfans willing to fill
Oilers find few
tf*
h i e f s*s
day
A loss to th e B ills o n S umndi
econd
rould also m ark ju st th c sccor
th c
hree -g am e lo sin g sk id foirr tl
in SdiottenhcimeT*s ce i ^ t re arten u ra
)ne of
Rich S tadium h a s b e e n one
he
inhospitable plac eess ffor
icc in
fTtn<n< C ity to p la y . T w ice
Ka
in th e 1990s, th er Bills
Bii
pjiayoffs
l:
scores
lave routed the C hiefs, b y scor
hai
if 37-14 an d 30-13. In a re ggularuk
of
R
ic h
leaso
n
g
am
e
in
1994
a
t
Ri«
se;
4
SSt:ta d iu m , it w a s B u ff a lo0 44,
Cuisas Q ty 10.
Ka
ything
“I don’t think th e re’s anythu
u a g ic a l a b o u t th e p iaa c ce ,"
th e
x J io ttc n h e im e r sa id . “ I t ’s tl
form
players in th o se b lu e u n ifo
n s
pu
i a t have been th e problem l.""
tackle
H e also said d efe n siv e tack
ready
Dan Salcaum ua m ig h t b c reai
Da
D a le
Sunday. B ut c o m e r b a c k; Da
C a rte r, d e fe n siv e e n d V lu
a ug^h n
Ca
;
B
ooker
a
n
d
q
u
a
r
te
r
b
a
c
k
R iic h
Bo
flnrmnn arC S til doubtfuL
T h e d e f e n s iv e in ju r i e:s
s la
U st
been
w cdc contributed to w hat’ss bc
a season-long p ro b le m , a w eeak
ying it
pass
pa rush. “Fve b e e n studying
said,
in d eta y ," S ch o n cn h c im err sa
n g ocu r
“E arly on, we w e ren ’t u sing
bh :a n d s th c w a y w e n e e d ec d to .
unning
Now
N( I ha\-e a sense we’re runni
around blockers instead o f going
goi
th ro u g h them . Y ou h a v e; to go
quarthrough
tbem to g e t to th e; qu
th
te rb a ck - W e’r e n o t d o in g5 th a t,
tc
kdow n
Ajnd we’ve had som e brcakdo
incoverage.
in
ointing
“This is th e m ost disappom
t
pp:a rt in what’s h a p pened inn l9
199 6 .
W e’r e n o t p la y in g a s w^cll
e ll a s
e.”
we’re
capable o f on defense.”
w
DC
jTs’ N o v a c eik could be
I Cowboyj
r p o s t - s e a s con action
il back for]
?
nt market
lach eyes free^gent
Cardinals’ coac
»*•
KSBdteB of b nutnBa n jg B B e s ttb te a s s
v s d ld . pila? a s X e w
F -rtfjnri
I s Ease ziz d
- E l i e C h ie ix
J a d ts s z £ S e «==s. cbe
in
tiat p eople m ight say.
H O U S T O N -K ddly
ly Lipinski doesn’t care what
themselves a Houston
osen few still willing to call the
She’s o ne of thc chose
O flcrsfan.
r m s d lla n O ilm f n n ,
hom e team .” she insists. *Tm
“They’n : still ourr he
T hat’s
ju s t me, even thoughIIII know th ey 'jeleav always have been. T
h
ing."
TOCt,
l-in ra d io shows to th e Intem
t th e r e a r e
From sports call-in
d y she got a free lickpeople like L ipinski Obviously
boing
about pco
n th
Jeer. O thers may speculate on
d e state of h e r sanict, som e m ight snickcr
la
(g
tion, sh e adm its th at she had a ( asp!)goodtim eiii
ty. W ithout niscrvatior
he disappoinong21-13
on Sunday, despite the
i
’ th c O ilers last homee g:
engals.
loss to C indnnau Beng
; even go again. T f th e
Not only did she en
enjjo y herself, but she would cv
s s , 1r d g o a l o t more.”
.tickets w ere a lot less,
toniisdfaiinriciqnls
C
Legislanxre:F o o tb a lli N
I o n h w e s t a n d th e C o u n t;ty
ys d(o
to su ggest w ays
C o u n d l a r ee cxpcctcd
<
th e
>en-air stadium to re p la c eI ihi
fund a n opei
Kingdome.
last
T hat a ltcmn a riv e w as recom m ended1 las
lom e
w eek b y thlee county-appointed Kingdom
R e n o v a tiojn
n T a sk F o rc c , w h ic h spp e nn t
iat tto
la r snwiying options o n w hat
almost a ycaj
foo
do w itb th ee Dome an d professional footbalL
:|..aLai
B R I[IE F ------- ^
ured reserve
), place pair on injur
Bucs sign trio,
P - ' N F "] L
hei wants
working o n aa legislative f in an d n g packagi
lympia.
to ta k e to O ly
to
governor, pla nIS
s t<
Locke, thle
e
u e -ribbon p a n e l to d e v ise an
ai
se le c t a blue
th e
1 x p ac k a g c to t a k e to. th.
a c c e p ta b lei ta
^
j
IBnnng ttiqpmnBiisBnifl < 2B^ iS E s r a g 3 s s ± c
®
Je ts, tfhe PdbiiiiiH; w3D
Jl®
))S n :i5 g £ E s : m
pliiK nikcB w m -ninr
Knj'5
IP
since
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■iwifwnr'MfWnrT^jjiriiil'kSllll'li* Thi
j-« s E d s e l« i»
B S .andti 5 a . 23 d.
weeks. WPefimraofl S u e narfiiia
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tb
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Jo h n s o nI a lso h a d th e le a g u e ’s youn
le in D allas a n d w o n tw o0 S
Siu p e r
te a m w h ile
B ow ls. E xtp
p c c t th e D o lp h in s to g e t et v e n
3g season.
yotm gcr next
ild in g
u il
a r c: s till in th c p h r a s e o f bju
o tb all
fooi
th ro u g h thlie
e d ra ft. ... I lik e y o u n g fo
Kill team
hngim
“A young football
1
teams,” J ohr
ll 1tea m
k e e p s y o ut h e a lth y , a y o u n g fo o tb aall
k e e ^ y o u pphyacaL”
b
,
leading
Thom as is am ong th c to p rookies, lea
ise, first(170). O n offense,
te a m in
b a r is 36
ing b ade Karim A bdul-Jabbar
y e a r n nm iiy
,000 y a ^
i becoming tb e Gist 1,000
yards a w :?f fnm
f
a Di
D d v in
r
since
1978,
w
h
e
n
ru s h e r fo r
a n for L2S8 yards,
W iniam sraa
i I I s ,c o ^
t w as k ey to b eatin g th e Bills,
P ritd ic ttx
c a td i
ing o u t o f th
thie tvirVfiotri on key downss to <
fb u rp a ssessif o r 4 7 yards.
n aass said.
“Now o u r learning is d o n e," Thom
“W e h a v e no
nc cxcuses n e tt year.”
ilp h in s k e p t t h e r iv a l B ills from
T h e D olp
n ig h t It
«*tini4ttng a playoff spot o n M onday nig
:stt rimg sincc 1986 th a t th e D d phins
w a s th e fiis
s . Miami
3 ?n< two consecutive tim es.
N
b e a t th e Bii
Orchard
Buffalo 21-7 on O ct. 13 in On
[Is -— you;
tvalry — th e Dolfe an d Bills
“T h a t riv;
them
m t to play h ard a n d show th
c wc
always warn
ndal Hill,'
a r e a g o o dd iteam ,” said rec eiv er R andal
robatic c a tA iii th e fo u rthil qquaner^
i
w hose acrol
inm; n m o ut th e clock.
h d p e d M iar
I
Iho C-5
1M 6 Tlmei«ewi.TwtaF*Ui.ld*ho
W »dr»»day,D»cetnberl8,l£
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L
1 JapanQ
l millicDnpact;;Greenvwell off to
w s r, Yankeee s in k $ 13
N E W Y O R K (A P) - 'T h e N e w Y o rk
Y a n k e e s H nally filled
ii t h e h o le l e f t by
J im m y K e y ’s d e p a r t u r e , a g r e e in g
n illio n , th re e -y e a r
T u e sd a y to a $13.5 mill
co n tra c t witfa David W/d
ellh .
B ^cn
S cIC
^, h unting fo r pitche p a n u re of R oger
e r s fo llo w in g ifie~depa
r i f f iT u ^ agreed to aI $700,000,
$7
one^ear
w ith Chris Hammi
om ond. A b a s e b a ll
ixe
fac n o t
law yer, speaking on the
b e id en d iie d , said th e: Ri
R ed Sox also w ere
in discussions w itb tb
i»e
e a g e n t fo r S te v e
X sl
slum p sin ce going
A very, in a three-year
fo r A tlan ta in 1993.
93.
B a ltim o re , looking; to a d d a b a t, w a s
ith t h e a g e n t f o r
s a id to b e in talk s w it
e r If re e a g en t h itte r.
G reg V aughn. A nother
M ik e G r e e n w e ll, saa id h e p la n n e d to
s p e n d n e x t seaso n w
wiith t h e H a n s h in
lin g off a last-place
T ig ers, w ho are cominf
in Ja p a n ’s Central
tra l League.
i c ^ on unconditionL eo G rania was placei
th e Chicago Cubs,
al re le a s e waivers byy tl
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Jeali left)n th e tr a d e front, D etroit deal
On
u -h a n d e r
nder J o e y E ischen and right-h
hand(
c a tc h e r
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to the
lg. 2 6 t r a d e f o r rig h t-h a nnddce r P a l
Aug.
IS
Tombarireturns vwith flou]jrish; Syl^kora win{
LO N D O N - S taa n C o lly m o re s c o r e tw icee a s L iv e r p o o l b e a t
IVC in to firs t place in
a 44-2 T u esd ay n ig h t to move
N ottin g h am F orest
England’s Premier T/»agnp
Le:
m inutes, an d Robbie
d il
in th e sixth an d th e 63rd mi
CoQymore scored
rfiidi took a twoixrint
Liverpool (11-M), whi
Fovder scored in t he
h e 27th.
:
jal w hen Nottingham
sen al (iO-2-S), also got a goal
o v er idle A rsen
th
p
u
t
tit
t
baQ
into
his
own
net
in
1 e 51st minute.
Forest’s Des L yttlep
for N ottingham Forest
and S tu art P earce scored for
K evin Cam pbdlI an
(1-9-7).
v e n try (2-8-7) u p se t
I n t b e d ay’s o th ee r g a m e , s tr u g g lin g Covei
first-half g oals from D arrenn H
t u ckerby and Gary
NewcasUe 2-1 on fin
lute for Newcastle (9-S
hea re r scored in th e 61st minuti
McAllister. Alan Shea
3).
ts Missouri appealII (of fine
NCAA rejects
souri h a s lost its appeal
KANSAS C riY ,,M
Mea - T h e University ofMissou
h e 1994 NCAA basketiTfnnq $97,000 earn ed from the
a n d m ust return almc
balltoum am cnL
ram p because former
T h e NCAA dcdsio to p<>nnlhl» th e school1ca
attra b e n e fits from an
J e v o n C ru d u p acceptcd exti
b a sk e tb a ll playerr Jc
agent.
ive
to th e NCAA executive com m ittee a t a Dec.
- T h e university’s; appeal
ap
iciaBork,staffliaisonto
a s City
w as rejected, said Tricia
6 m eeting in Kansas
(
d ie executive commit
5 Missouri’s
th re e victories inn th
ill e 1994 tournam ent
T h e also nullifies
IV
player jailil time
Judge gives3 ex-NBA
€
le p| ro b a tio n oi fonncr
0 - A ju d g e h a s revoked the
SAN ANTONIOin R
NBA A nStar Alvin
R obertson in two assault case
^ J o h n s o n ,<= .olcd
B e x a r C o u n tyy C
C o u rt-a t-L a w J u d g e Tim
will ha v e to ser\-e that
year probation, meaning he wi!
Robertson’s one-yeaj
to misdemeanor
srtson p leaded no contest in1 April
A
tim e in jaH Roberts
tw o w o m ea
assault involving two
obertson will have to go
QT Spoor said it is unlikely Rob*
F ro secw o rT ra^S
because h e p lans w appeal the 1
to ja a right away bee
H ^ S ^ tte in ia ilfo r
w as ordered to serve;
L ast month, j ^obertson
bc
rs ia p artm ent. Although
burglary after a ram
ran page a t a n cx-girifiiend’s
^ a dded th e six-month
jurtirs d edded o nn 110
1 yeartf probation, a judge
hours of com m unity service.
ja n term plus 5001ho
xm A n to n io Spurs. He
entt fiv e se a so n s w ith th e San
R obertson spen
tl w ith th e Tortinto Raptors.
played last season
ib e z z le m e n t
LT’s lawyerr ccharged with emh
jtn e r o f form er NFL star
- A law yer a n d business parm
N EW A K K .N f.J.-.
charged w ith embezzlew as arrested Tuesdiqr and eh
Law rence Taylcffr w!
evasion.,
ndering. b an k fraud andiaxcvs
m ent, money hundc
ro JJ r. an d h is wife, Joan
against Alfred Porro
Several of the. c h
cs
the name of
n aa law yer, involve businesses th
I at
A tkins Porro, also
Giants linebadccr.
th e ex-New York; Gii
h a t involvem ent, if any,
s
w
ould
n
o
t
com
ment
on
whal
But authorities w
Saddle R iv er h a d in th e a l l c^ ^s c h e m e s .
Taylor df Upper Sac
Cupo, said his d ic n t was
wa o u t o f town and had
Taylor’s agent,, Bobby
Bc
TOS.
jf th
n o t yet learned of
ti: e d ia rg e s agsinst the Porros
lult charge
gridder faces assaul
Michigan gri
olball player, accused of
U n iv e rsty of M idiigan footb
D E T H O r r - A^ U
her's cx4nisband w ith a baseba b ^ vras ordered to
b c a o n g his motber'
a r a s o f assault w ith intent tosm
m u nicr.
sta n d trial on charg
rith assault w ilh inteni to
I3 S ori^naD
y w as d iarg ed Vnth
Charles W inters
i
)K
10 y ea rs in prison. But
d o g re a t bodily• hh arm
a , pun ish ab le b y up tosed
leborah Lewis Langston o r d ir a M onday that V inicrs
D istrict Judge Deb(
hich c a rrie s a maximum
h ee m o re serious charge, whid
sta n d t ^ on th
penalty of life in pri
rused o f a tta d d n g Horace
‘^ S ^ d e f e n s i v e back, is accus«
W m ters,22,aser
V.12.
Davis, 42, on Nov.
1
inary hearing, h e
testim ony d u rin g W inters’ pprelim
r
According to tcf
i» t a n d th e n struck him
k e d D avis dovm w ith th e bat
alleg ed ly knocked
six times.
a n o th er five or sixt
heads for
fo Texas school
Minnesota) assistant
s
l e n ^ coordinator a t th e
)S, T exas— Bob D t^esse, offen
SAN MARCOS,'
ons, has b e e n named th e
Minnesota tb e p a st five seasons
U niversity of Mini
a t Southwest Texas StaUi.
n ew bead coach1at
announced the hiring of
o o r M ike A lden on Tuesday/ ai
Athletic director
,layed a t Southw est Texas m 19
DeBesse, who play
Qch a t th e school in 1981
H e also s e red
^ ai s a stu d e n t assistant coarf
j-back
NCAA Division H
m tth e B obcats w on back-to-b;
a n d 1982, w hen
titles.
10 w as fire d in November
DeBesse rep laces
lan J im Bob H d d u se r, who i
a fte r a 5 6 seasoa
on.
V
hould h a v e a n advantage
thought Southw est T exas shot
“r v e always the
recruiting base,-D eB esse ^adid .‘T h e n um ber of highbecausc of t ^ rec
; in this a re a m akes It p o s d jec to
u w in ."
quality players in i
c rits a te a m th a t will renimn 19
1 sta rte rs next season,
DeBesse inherit
tnflll/^tng 10 onI offense.
oQ
[)eBesse coached a passing
iM s o n tm te - Jim
W hile a t Minne:
Kh o f h is five seasons,
in 1th e to p 30 nationally m each
o S ense rankedI in
rv e d a s W a c k e r’s o ffe n o vve
e c o o r d in a to r a t T exas
D eB esse serve
im ed Frogs’ 7-4 season of
[WO y ears, including th e Hom<
Christian for two
MADONNA DI CAMPIGLH
m
taly (AP) - Skiing w ith one hai
landagcd a n d seren ad e d by h
lo rn -b lo w in g fa n s , A lb eerto
r
ro m b a re tu rn e d to th e W or
shed
Zup drctiil Tuesday a nd finishi
^axond in th e slalom to Austri;
_rhom asSykora.
Tomba, the world a n d Olymf
knee
Jiam pion, had bru ised his kn
and right w rist in a b ad spill 0Oct.
25**
22. H e had b een p r a c tid n g ffor
J
only three weeks b ^ o r e this rai
his first since March.
“ I’m o v e rjo y e d ,” h e said,
could hardly expcct it. Fm n o)tyet
t;
in top form foUowing th e rec<
problem s, an d I could not pu
em
th e sid pole properly because
i y
w rist was hurting.”
io m s
Thousands of fans played hoi
alian
a n d tnim peis an d waved Itali
fla g s as T o m b a c lim b e d fr<
d g h ih place in th e first run to I
P
?
is h th e o v e ra ll r u n n e r-u p .
d o c k e d th e fastest tim e inn ith e
second ruiL
^ Sylcora, w inner o f th e slalon
om a t
£
P ark
a City, U tah, e arlier thiss seaso n , had a c om bined tim e o
“ ‘he
m inute, 37.90 seconds. It was
jfoPu rth v ia o ry of h is ca ree r and
j
cason
th e K th in eight races this sea
for the Austrian m en’s leam.
turn,”
“Fm glad for Tomba’s renu
S y k o ra s a id . “ T h e r e is m
tn o re
e n ih u sia sm , m o re th rill, Xm I
fa n s w hen he’s com peting, i
.” .
tny victory also counts more.”
■"!T om ba w as tim e d in 1:3E
38.48
^an d defending W orld Cup sla
ilalom
iez o f
c h am p io n S e b a s tie n Amie;
3.52.
Francc finished th ird in 1:38.5
This w as Tom ba’s fourthh runi
rt, one
ner-up showing in this resort,
nc
ire h e
o f his favorite courses w hen
h^ a s ^s-on three limes.
I
in t
_
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By Ron SIrak
The Assodatcd Press___________
____
B
^ ■ j ||L
'i
f
^
►
up slalom Tuesday in Madonnaa dl
ly to
c arves a tu m on his way
tc winning th e men’s Woilil Cup
A ustria's Tliomas Sykora
Syt
Camplgllo. Italy.
Tomba e n d e d th
th e race w ith a
c, th
swollen right eye,
t e result o f a
is his
gate snapping his
h face d uring
th e first run. H ee ssaid his riv a ls
)n to w orry over
have good reason
l gg in
his strong sh o w in
: ju st h is first
race. “They did not
noi expect m e in
nd I didn’t, too,"
second place, and
been satishe said. “I could1 have
h:
.•ith a top-five finish. It’s a
fied with
for m e.”
great success
sup
He said
saic he was cautious in the
leat an d took great risks in
first heat
;e co n d d o w n th e s te e p
th e seci
one M iram onti course,
Canalone
nba said he m ight skip the
Tomba
(yant slalom
slali ra ce a t /Uta Badia on
ay b1e c a u se h e ’s n ot ready
Sunday
;er rraccs.
yet for tougher and longer
“I don’t like the idea1 to m ake
w ith o u t
a n a p p e a r a n c e th e re wi
c h a n c e s to a c h ie v e a good
result,” h e said.
shadow ed
Tom ba’s re tu m overshat
,ood showSykora’s \vin and the good
u s tria ’s
in g o f A m ie z a n d A us
Siegfried Voglreiter.
comejalongwvay from'early
P G A h las
:
An ad campaign for th e LPGA
L
show s a c h ild s ta n d in g al
about
„w aist high next to a woman
n 1hold>f r a p t
in g a g o lf clu b , a lo o k of
curiosity on ihe youngster’ssface.
fi
A bove th e p h o to th e cay
a p tio n
reads: “Litde GirL Big Drea
cams.”
^ dow is th e slogan: “Playini
B
mg t h e
<Game
of Our Lives.”
W hile g re ais lik e P a tty^ B
1 erg,
^and
Babe
Zaharias, Louise Sugg5
B
I’s g o lf
ooth e r pioneers of w om en’s
he dim
a re b a rd y preserved in the
ough to
memory
of those lucky enou
"
have seen them play and on
oi b its
is m uch
°of grainy film, th e future b i of
bt rig h te r for th e cu rren t ccrop
r
players.
Women’s golf has takeri a g re at
le ap for^vard a n d th e re iss iev ery
iindication g re a te r things5 oa re to
gy n e w
com
< e. As th e high-energy
loves to
commissioner J im R itts lo>
<
p o in t o u t, w o m en a re pfla
h y in g
m o re to u r n a m e n ts f o r :m o re
J
m oney in fro n t o f m ore pp e o p le
lhan ever.
<
Women’s pro fessio n al[ ggolf is
^truly a survivor. Bom o ut ol
of postW o rld W ar I I a fflu e n cce
e , th e
’LPG A h u n g o n a s a m a r g in a l
c
sport for 30 years until th e Nancy
1
970’s. I t
Lopez boost in th e late 197
is marginal no longer.
u
i
The IwnanaDotts s ta r and News
dayys
kic of th e
world. W ebb, th e rookie
sarlie r th is y e a r a b o u t the
said earl
2y w
yea r a n d leading money
v, inner,
roup th a t preceded the formentary
|»“
f™
Ic^s iis from
Commei
is
from
AustraUa.
Davies
______ __________m atio n on o f t h e L PG A in 1950.
>orenstam.
England an d Annika Sore:
rest w ere am ateurs."
‘
3ring aver0 in
“I tu rn ed p ro
ii 1980, w hich
who had th e lowest scorini
1 total p urse d ie first ye ar of
e x c e lle n t
,o but
a g e, is o n e o f m any exc
isn’t so long ago
\ reaUy long
.PGA w as S50.000 for nine
e h o w f a r w c’ye
ago ^h o n you ^see
golfers from Sweden.
ts a n d th e le a d in g m oney
Iheehan said this
“It
ju
st
shows
what
a
big family
come," P a tty She
er was Z aharias \vho won sbc
PGA aw ard s lun, e v e n ts and S14.800.
w eek at th e LPG
this is,” D avies said.
J nine
cy concept
t *len' Lopez cam e on th e tour
/o rk . “It took m e
Anil “fam ily” is a key
c
cheon in New Yot
in th e m in d s e t o f thtie
e L
1 PG A .
16 years to win1 SS
S! miUion.” said .
nine v ic to rie s in 1978 she
n g PG A
Sheehan, w ho th
this y e a r jo in e d
-"
‘n o f 5189,814.
M uch m o re th a n amlo
oni
a total
Bradley
a
n
d
Beth
is
a
sen se
T o u r p la y e rs th e re
Betsy King, P a t Br
t with 40 percent of aU new
mbers th a t
^
^
am ong th e LPGA membc
D a n ie l in reacc hh!in g t h a t m ilea te K a tric -W e b b , - e = l[irs
- s lbein g w om en, com bined;
they a re in this togeilier.- . . . .
-stone. “It'»vill takt
the em ergence of ne w stars
;e oof th e ir
M aybe it is bec au se
what, five years?”
W ebb, an d \vith R itts’ cneran joined th e tour
le h in d th e
sec o n d -c lass statu s behi
\Vhen Sheehan
; le a d ersh ip , th e LPGA has;
aybc it is a
1, Beth Darnel was
m en for so long, o r mayb(
full time in 1981,1
ed into a thirst for m ore golf,
ney that y e a r with
se n se o f so lid a rity thh a t c o m es
th e leading m onc;
lur new to u rn a m e n ts w ere
ib. th e A ustraU an
Four
ighting fo r
;
from b e in g wom en fight
S205.998. W ebb,
;d ffor 1997 a n d 17 existing1
n
e
x
t
w
e
e
k
,
w
on
added
a t h l e t i c e q u a lity , b u t t h a t
w ho tu rn s 2 2 nc
Its iraised th e ir purses, push-[
events
and
togetherness is there strong
stro
S l,002,000 th is5 yy e a r — th e first
to ta l p riz e m oney to S30.1
m g totJ
f
proud.
women g olfertoto win S l m illion
on n ext y e a r — a 19 p ercent
o o k ie , m a le o r
miUion
iated w h at
No o n e h a s appreciate
a n d th e f ir s t rro
ease o v e r 199G an d a douincreas
d
fo
r
thC;
R itts a c c o m p lis h e
f
female,
3 of prize m oney in the ‘90s.
iev em en t sa y s as
LPGA in h is first y elar
a r ja s c o m -'
W ebb’s achiev
1C in e w a tte n tio n a n d th e
h ee gro w th o f th e
, T he
;he iplayers,
j
m issioner m ore than the
m uch a b o u t th
eased prize m oney w ill also
s about
her golfing
mcreasi
game as it does
al
le p ttc d h e r
2
W e b b , a s sh e a cce
have‘ a positive im pact d o w the
ability,
r o o k ie o f th e y e a r a w a r d ,
I. “T he sta n d ard gets b e tte rr
irse for th e e n tire
road.
The total pursi
y
a c k n o w le d g e d th a t sh
shcc m ig h t
b
e
t
t
e
r
a
n
d
b
e
t
t
e
r
e
v
e
ry
asn’t S l m illion in
and bc
LPGA T our wasr
d m ost suchave b e e n th e sccond
r,” s a id L a u ra D av ies, th ea
ney hit SIO miUion
year,
1971 Prize mone;
LPGA in
c e ssfu l r o o k ie in th ec L
;A |p la y e r of th e yea r. “Thee
at
is
only
oncMhird
LPGA
in 198G b ut th a t i
1996. “ I th in k his too p s m in e .”
ng iplayers se e us on TV andd
m ount up for grabs
young
of the record amo
s ' fi
first year.
,t
W ebb said about Ritts’
!
w
ant
to
com
e
out
and
be
at
they Wi
in 1997.
“Good luck next year,, Jim
Jin .”
rs t p la y e d th e r e
us." n
“W h en 1 firsi
N ex t y e a r could b e3Ct th e b e s t
nd th o se play e rs h av e b e enn ''
for a total
And
w ere five of u ;s playing
pi
lA.
e
year e v e r for the LPGA.
Jng
from
every
com
cr
of
the
),” P atty B erg, 78,
coming
purso of SSOO,”
-
I n d y S p e ee d w a y , C A\ R T
----------- The
IN D IA N A PO LIS
-.
eedw ay
In d ia n a p o lis M o to r Spec
1991.
and C ham pionship Auto) R
I acing
uce, setTeam s have c ^ le d a true
inst each
iling m ajor lawsuits agains
ray strained his lower back
iami H ear gu ard Ttm Hardaway
other.
M IA M I-M iam
e e m e n i,
ond nussed th e rest of th e
irter Tuesday against Indiana1 or
T he o u t-o f-c o u rt agree
in th e first quarto
nly e n d s
announced T ue sd a y , onb
game.
I’t m e a n
idcourt wAien be pulled up,
legal h o stility. I t doesn’t
H ard aw ^wras
aS 'dribbling th e
ile. U n til
k . M o m en ts la te r be r t ^
• th e two sides will recondlc
It a n d coUapsi^l
'
c alled tim eout
p jie d th e
i s fie a t m d S S W p c d l o t hee kt x k e r room by two tiainthis year, CART had suppji
unsteadily to his
fo r t h e
b u lk o f c o m p e tito r s f<
ers.
i^jin st U ta h was unccrtaia
S p ee d w ay ’s In d ia n a p oolis
li 5 0 0 ,
Hardaway’s sta
lU U n se r
ist sta rt th is season, averagincluding d riv ers lik e Al
TheBOyear-old
:tti. T h a t
the first-place HeaL
Jr. an d M ichael A ndretti
m g l8 2 p ^ a n
je e d w a y
ch a n g e d a f t e r th e Spei
O o n ^ k ia w lm R p its I
J
began th e In d y R a cin g• IL e a g u e
ack Tuesday
ardaway strains bac
Heat's Har(
I
wot
signing bonus, S3
in p e rfoorm
r ance bonuses, and he would
Wells g ets a SSOO,000 sign
starts.
Mahomes.
full am ount if he m akes 30 star
lion in 1998 an d
get th e fu
million in 1997, $4 miUion
ave, th e Twins agreed to a
In another movi
bolster
schen, San D iego hopes to bols
! Ya
Y ankees hav e a
In ^ .isd
54.5
mUlion
in
1999.
The
:ontract
w
ith
38-year-old
m inor-league coi
WO b u t m ust pay
its lackc of
c le ft-h a n d e d re lie f pitchii
54.5 million option for 2000
le ft-h a n d e r J uiaa n A g o sto , who h a s n ’t
ganiza1,2
6
,
has
b
een
w
ith
five
organi
they
don’t
exerE
isch
en
,:
a S1.5 milUon buyout if tht
najor leagues since 1993.
pitched in the ma
indudtions inI his
t m ajor league career, indi
d s e it.
« d i b b l e for salary arbiAmong p byers
8.55 m illion.ovcr___ in g fourr iiin thS n*s t 19 months. _
------- H e-can e a m up to S18.5i
id e r L a n y C a sia n and the—
tnidon^ Icft-himdi
so n ’s b i ^ e s t drawbacTc wi^as
as' h is --------ees
e
x
e
rcise
the
Johnsa
four
y
ea
rs
if
the
Yankees
igreed to a 5350,000, oneChicago Cubs agi
starts an d pitchd e fe n ssc;.
e A f o r m e r q u a r te r b a c k a t
option a n d he makes 301sta
y e a ra in tra c t,at nraise of S7S,000.
IS w ith
rd who sp e n t 2 1/2 seasons
ason. H is b o n u s
Stanford
es 190 in n in g s p er seaso
J.y ea r* o ld le f t- h a n d e r ,
W e lls, a 33-j
om
dres after b ein g drafted from the
vn ito S600,000 in
th e Padn
opportunities break down
prim ary pitching
b e c a m c th e Y aankees’
n
n 19
1991.
ork Yankec^s organization in
in 1999
New Yor!
1997, S400.000 in 1998, SISO.OOO
Sl£
lay a fte r Q em ens spum ed
target last F ridaj
)n
Jo
h
n
so
n th rew o u t o n ly 17 percent
and 5900,000 in 2000.
agreed to a $24.75 million,
New Y ork andag
ason.
s attem pting to steal last seasor
.Veils w ill p itc h
ru n n e rsi
“ H o p e fu lly D avid Wei
n tr a c t w ith th e T o ronto
th re e -y e a r cont
a rt of
lse t h e w a y h e
“Fve; aalways b e e n proud to be ppari
a g a in s t e v e ry b o d y else
organization, but I havi
ank e es m an a g er
th e ( P aidres’)
d
p itch e d a gainst us," Yanl
M 4 w ith a 5.14 ERA for
eally h appy," said Johnson, v
bee n rea
Joe T orre said Monday.
>t season. H is career high
RBIs
in
th e Orioles last
>
w
ith
e
i
^
t
h
om
ers
and
35
RBI
be 31 w h e n th e
h it .272 v
H am m ond, who wiU be
une in 1991, when h e was
for victories cam
last season. “Last y ear i
w hh a 6.56 ERA
243 a t •bats
b;
season sta rts, was 5-8 wh:
oronio Blue Jays.
15-10 for the Ton
)f b itte rs w e e t fo r m e becau;
[arlins
a
n
d
m
ade
kirid
of
last season w ith the Marl
ulfiUed a lifelong dream of
“D avid has full
‘d winning, b u t I felt a Uttle left
;ave u p its rig h ts
enjoyed
51.6 m illion. Florida gave
ew Y ork Y ankee, an d he
becom ing a Nev
out.
after th e season, saying it w
v ould b e interan other world chammonths
now hopl& to have
ha
as the tliird tra d e in nine mor
at
a
low
er
price.
It
was
ested
in
re-signing
him
at
a
ew Y ork in 1997," said the
pionship fofsNev
!n San Diego an d Detroit.
ston h as S375,000
bet\^-een
His contract with Bostoi
Clifton.
pitcher's agertt,t, Gregg
(
p - S P O Fi R T S I N B RR I E F — n 1
Iges Nottingham inI si o c c e r
Liverpool edge
H
th e r
s e t t l es s u i t s a g a i nr s t e a c h o tl:
an d m ade th ae SOO
5 th e p rim a ry
2\v series;
event of th e ^e^v
e a s e - f ir e ,” s a id
“ T his is a cce
W iUiam D y err JJr ., c h a irm a n o f
B arnes D y e r M
M:a rk e tin g In c., a
ting
sports m ark etin firm w ith ties
o n b o th s id es.
e s . “ It m a k e s n o
ing th e two parties
attem pt to bring
r.”
d oser together.”
)wledges
th e reaUty
“This acknowl
in —
of the situaDon
- each series has
gone its o w nI w
way,” so id S te v e
P o tte r , m annaag e r o f N o rth
ts m
America sports
t arketing for th e
iz unit
of G erm any’s
Mercedes-Benz
i
Daimler-BcM, AG,
A( which supplies
:A R T te a m s. “ T h e
en g in e s to CAI
w ariso v er. .
apolis d ty officials,
But Indianapi
;s
who) w
wiould p re fe r th e t>vo sides
etiitc, sa id th e y hope th e settlereunite
nt c<o u ld b e a sta rtin g pomut
m ent
ly
a rd th a t end. “Our h ope is by
toivard
;k
r ‘99 th e sides wiU b e back
‘98oor
rt,
e th e r," sa id L arry G igerich,
togeth
It ,
nomic developm ent assistant
econor
^ayor S te p h en Goldsmith.
to May
ly
th is y e a r’s race, m any
D)uring
un
10
jo r C A R T sp o n so rs — who
m ajor
rs
mally sp end milUons of dollars
annual
h o te ls, c a te r in g a n d o th eerr ,
for ho
iv itie s — la rg e ly b y p a sse:d
d
activi
islianapolis because of th e disIndian
le.
pute.
riiat m ay n ot change m uch in
in
< Tliai
‘It
)7. H ow ever, Gigerich said, “It
1997.1
ed
not b e as r e u ^ o r as heated
wiUJ nt
tliis
p
a
s
t
r
a
c
e
b
r
m
o
n
th
of
as thi
M ay.” CA R T a n d thfie
e IIR L w ill
a g a in r a c e on M emnoorr ia l D a y
in 11997, th e
w eekend. However, in
C A R T e v e n t w ill bbee I h e ld o n
S a tu r d a y , a n d ththee I R L ’s
In d ia n a p o lis 500 wwilill b c o n
Sunday.
F ew d e ta ils of th e3 se ttle m e n t
ay.1However,
w ere rd e a s e d Tuesday.
p^w ayand
both sides said th e Speec
;u e ha v e Xise •
its Indy Racing League
of th e b ra n d n am e “ “IrIn d y C a r." i
a ilin g i t s e l f :
C A R T h a d b e e n callii
IndyC ar for m a r k e ting
^ p u rp o ses,
u n d e r a 1992 licerisin
i s in g a g r e e m e n t w ith th e Speedu
edw ay. T h a t
h a s n o w e n d e d , am
ond CART
u n v e ile d a n e w lo gIgo
o T uesday
using th a t acronym.
I
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■
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■
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■
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■
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ho Wedne*day,DflcembeflB.1996
Tlm»«*w», Twta Fillj, Idaho
Spo rts
—
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/ i r g i n i aI T e c h
R o u g h p l aa y
m ans A B I
A P )SPRING FIELD . M ass. ((A
iion sufAgonizing over a concussion
J g;
game,
fered in thuir first all-star
o m e n ’s
e x e c u tiv e s o f t h e worn
igue a re
A m erican Basketball League
te llin g r e f e r e e s , c o a c hie
es and
players to rein in rough play
'laycrscores
T heir crackdow n undcrsc
t h e tr a n s f o r m a ti o n of t h e
n-of-thew om en's gam e sin ce tum-ol
ce nniry girls got called for
o r steal:
c r i th e
ing th e ball. Som e w onder
in piis
gam e has evolved too far ir
new league.
,“ E
“ It is fa r too p hysical,"
I rn ie
head o f
Yarbrough, th e le a g u e's he:
ay., “W e
o fficia tin g , s a id T u esd ay
bad-boy
do n ’t w ant to h a v e th e bai
rep u tad o n th at som e of the playe rs in the NBA hav e.”
nters on
T h e soul-searching cente
a c o n c u s s io n s u f f e rreedd b y
who was
S ea ttle’s Cindy Brown, wh(
Sunday’s
playing for th e W est in Sun
d, <
Conn.
all-star gam e in H artford,
N ew E n g la n d ’s C la ris s D avisW rightsil, a fo rw ard for the East,
lc cof th e
punch ed h e r o n th e side
h e a d a fte r th e tw o w ent fo r
the
relxjund. Brown fell to the
ta k in g a s e c o n d b u m pp on
oi th e
head.
T h e leag u e s u sp e n d e d I
W rig h tsil w ith o u t p a y' fo r tw o
gam es and fin ed h e r S1,5(X She
la te r apolo ^zed publicly.
B row n d id n o t resp o n c to a
m e s s a g e s e e k i n g com
T u e sd a y . B u t C in d y F es
sam, said
spokeswoman fo r h e r teair
effects o f
she was sdll fe elin g th e eff<
h e r pounding.
“ S h e j u s t h a s “a
headache,” F e s te r said.
hen sh e
I t w os n o t c l e a r whei
k______ ___
3 claim “w itc h h u nIt
t by-lcieal p o lic e efense~attom eysc
rwco V irginia
lLA CK SBU RG ,'va.(A P)-Tw
:h football players w ere airre
rre ste d an d
Tech
in aa n investiirged w ith raping a woman in
charg<
ion th a t attorneys for th e pla y ers said
gation
e.
wass a witch hunt by local police.
k
dm onds a n d
Ita rtin g fullback B rian Edm<
Stai
A
w id e re c e iv e r J a m eJS
s (C raw fo rd
r e s:erve
er
If
each of rape
re charged
with one count eac
w ere
<
*
a b u r g police
pted sodomy, Blacksbi
andi attem
a
ef Bill Brown said Monday.
i
chief!
Jrown said the charges stemnm
m ed from a
V
Bro
m an’s claim th at she w as ra
ra]p e d carly
\
’
woma
irtment,* then
rurday in a Blacksburg opartn
I
Saturi
ll
ie ss a t th e
fo r m in o r in ju r ie
\
H
t r e^ated
at
I
)ntgomery County hospital,
\
Montl
B L ’,
I .
esday filed a
\
E
d
i id m onds and Crawford Tuesd
W
K r I
ou
^ T"^
d v il 1law suit in Montgomery Courn ty Circuit
I
in d a m a g e s
I
C olu
u rrt s e e k in g S32 m illio n in
accuses th e
ainst th eir accuser. The suitt ai
•
\
again
1 /
;r, iattem p te d
iman of trespassing, slander,
,1
worn:
- .W b
to rtio n an d assau lt a n d b aattte ry . T h e
■' \
extor
•police to file
ly ers also planned to ask -pol
\
playc
^
'
w om an, th e ir
m in al charges against th e woi
\ - .'- ’.H.li-''
crimi
p H
vyersaid.
' l'
>ere relea sed
Edm onds and C rawford were
on: 5 4 5 ,0 0 0 b o n d e a c hri M o n d a y ,
lte M att H a n
antgomery County M agistrate
Mont
b e arraigned
i i They w ere scheduled to be
an. 16.
Gee n e r i District Court on Jan.
inG
u ld n o t comV irginia Tech o ffid a ls could
e n t o n w h e th e r E d m o nndd:s , 22, o r
p e n d e d from
• a w fo ri 20, would b e su sper
Cra\s
skies play No.
e team . T he lOth-ranked Hoki«
Uieti
j H ||
Orange Bowl.
Nebraska on Dec. 31 in th e Ora
6 Nei
a cts an d cer“W e w ant to review th e fact
in ly w a n t to c o n s id e r ain
n yy p o s s ib le
cesm an L arry
tions,” V irginia Tech spokesi
,
actio
lave n ot comin ck er said. “The police hav«
Hine
H H H B H
would certaineted th eir investigation. It wov
^ plete
\ r ' ■ ,• ,,H—
ew
v ere to say
ly be a rush to judgm ent if w/a
V.”
lything
and do anything now.”
Edmonds
and
James
a
n
^
Inia
Tech
football
players
Brian
Ed
go, tho lawyer representing Virginia
2 50 p o u n d s,
MattPsllilbildgii,
E d m o n d s, 5-foot-lO a n d 25
tg.Va.
Tuesday In Blacksburg,
\
Crawford, n .ld iiqquestions
i
ik
W \
I*)
p i
I
\
B
II ^ ' '13
W
four
ru sh ed 67 tim
tit es fo r 293 y ard s ond foui
pass­
touchdownsi this
ti season. H e caught 15 pass
'd,, 66ard s a n d tw o TDs. to w fo rd
e s for 223 yar
cau g h t four passess for
fo:
2 and 205 pounds,
po
65 yards,
an
-ho an sw e re d th e phone aItt a:
A m an whc
h
a
re
Edm
onds
a
n
d
C
rawford
shan
apartm ent Et
nday
hen a r e p o r te r called Monda;
hung up whe
nment afcK)ut th e charges,
seeking comn
nting
iday, th e law firm reprcsentinj
Late Mondi
ment
a four-page statcm
en
th e players! issued
i:
suf
claiming it had
hi w itnesses who would suplayers’ asse rtio n s they d id1 nnoo t
p o rt th e plaj
h
th
Dnsensual
o
r
otherwise,
w
ith
th e
have sex, con
woman.
thybridge, a n atto rn ey forr th e
■ M att Peth;
ation
aid th e firm ’s own investigatio
law firm, saic
say
on e person willing to0 sa
yielded a t least
le
par
h e saw th e‘ w
v om an b r e a k into th e aipartillwil
m ent, and ho
he said s everal others w ere:w
{y th at they w ere w ith th e playpla;
ing to testify
1Cra p e allegedly occurred.
e rs when the
T h e law; f1ir m ’s s t a te m e n t r e b uu k ec d
[losen
Blacksburg• ppolice, saying they had chose
corrview w itnesses th a t could1 co
n ot to interv
he p la y e rs ’ v ersio n o f e v e n tts.
ro b o ra te the
Triallent d te d a “Salem W itch Tria
.T h e stateme:
s p h e r e in w h ic h p la y e r s a tr e
lik e atm osp
rstt a n d investigated later.”
arrested fin
nk th e s e gu y s a re g e ttin g th e
“We thinli
)secuhy b rid g e said. “... The prosec
shaft,” Pethj
foottors have it
i t in
: for th e V irginia Tech1 foe
these
th e y 're gunning for the;
ball team. I1think
1
do.”
guys now. II really
r
th e
B row n ddee c lin e d to c o m m e n t o n tr
-s h:
had
rges a n d n o te d th e players
firm ’s chargi
breaking a n d en tering o r extorextc
n ot filed brc
aim s against th e woman.
tion complaii
layers
Eighteenn V
’ irginia Tech football playe
te r •—
jne-fifth o f th e team ’s ro ste
— about cm
n g th
w ith a crime d uring
d e
have been charged
d
•H si
r s h a l l ’s d i(e f e n s i v ce l i n e z e^ r o e s i n co n M o m itana
i
B o wA i l i n g a g a lin,
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m la
last
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b e e n p u s h in g a n d shovii
n hhia d
issing a tta c k has been neariy
M o n ta n a la s t s e a s o n , w h ile C ohen
Montana’s passi
I r ic k o f f l s l 2 : 0 6 p . m’•XST
.l
n ig h t," h e s a id . “ B ut w
wee c a n ’t
•rives.
airiv
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Edw ards a n d com erback Jays<
three and Ei
ing
flawless,
sod D( ESPN.
2ce llic k believ es M o n ta n aa 'ss o ffe n siv e
le
W game will be televise
Z
h a v e p la y e r s p u n c h in
g each
ad tw o apiece.
im p in th e road th a t had the
'a
r
ago
except
Grayson
had
head.”
But one bum;
ae,
w
hich
is
intact
from
a
y
e
a
r
o th e r on the sid e of th e hea
_________________
line,
3n th
don, L yon is only second on
t e
le-knuckling
the
seat
cushions
“q
u
ite
a
bit."
In
addido
3Ugh
p
u
t
Grizzlies
white-l
On M o n d ay , Y a rb ro u g
foirroone player, has im proved “qt
sacks th is y e a r , w ith e ig; h t to
te a m in sai
54 g a m e
cam e in last gear’s
yea Division I-AA title game
M
o u t a d ire c tiv e to all 54
M arshall’s Duncan agrees. th em , they’re
played
ine. And D uncan, who has play
ir
b e lt.... I don’t k n o w if
if we can stop them.
sh a ll. T h e H e rd ’s fro n t four
Cohen’s nim
against M arsh:
“From
w
hat
I’ve
seen
of
the
o fficials, te llin g th e m1 to
to k e e p
do\vn."
“f
njury,
re
But we can try to slow’them
tl
gam es b e ca u se of a leg injui
•M o ntana q u a rte rb a c k D ave
six few er g:
socked thcn-M(
ro b a b ly th e b est o ffen sivve
e lin e w e’ve
ro u g h p lay in s tr o n g e‘rr cc h e c k .
John Duncan,
IS five.
) tim
ss
Slow ng down Billy' Lyon,
L
s a id . “T h a t
already has
Dickenson 10
ti es an d held the Grizzlies
ic e d th is y e a r,” D u n c a nI s:
Tlie same day, coaches, and
an gendo
^ c teristically low 281 passing
'8
B J . C ohen a n d R ic k<y
y H all m ight b e all
play o ur best
Duncan nm ik Lyon “ one of the most;t domle a g u e ’s
«o an uncharaci
leans w e’re going to have toJ pi
e r a l m a n a g e rs o f th e le:
otbaU,
■men”
in
all
o
f
college
footb:
;rizzlies sophom ore
th a t’s n e e d e d fo r Gri
p o ^ e t w th inant linem
a m e m esyards,
ame. If Ah Yat stands in thic
e p
eight teams h e a rd th e sam
o u b leSara
: b a: c k to try to defend the ritle
quarterback B rian A hI Yat.
V
n g to p ick us
a n d notess th
t a t m o st o p p o n en ts doub
e e tin c in
M o n tan aisb
u t an y pressu re, h e ’s going
sa g e a t a g e n e r a l m eet:
o v e r th e H erd th at day, and
1.
team Lyon,
it \von 22-20 ov
H e h a s th r o w n fo r 4,677 y a rd s in
part.”
Hanford.
py rtw o
Billy n e e d s to do is (occupy
stifle Ah Y at
“'V hat Bi
this season, induding
g, w hat if M arshall can sti
once again faces
fac M a rsh all in S a tu rd a y ’s
Montana’s 14 gam es th
But
Y arbrough sa id th e responsires
defenders) an d let die restt of us
p ggam e a t H untington,
Montana dc
laj-ers
championship
1,062 y ards a n d n in ee itouchdowns in th e
nd his receivers?
bility also falls o n th e pla><
tully.
klarshall’s four starting defenm d did by th e
g e ta U th eI gglory,” D uncan said mirthfxiUj
who docs a good job
5t to
T hree of Mai
•n
playoffs. “He’s a gu y w
“W e're not going to live and
“TIjc players h ave got
ic m a k e
ant, o r
y, D uncan is ju st as im ponant,
A aually,
ack off o f
siv e lin e m;n
e n r e t u r n ; th e fo u r th , W ill
in term s of p ressu re.”’ ssaid Marshall defenun, because that’s not w hat,t w e do,” said
a conscious effo rt to back
ith h is
W hen h e went out wr ith
Edwards, is out for th e season m th a knee
Pease. “ If they
almost as much:
m
™KeUy.“He’s a g m d
ffensive coordinator Brent Per
sive coordinator K evin
on e another,” h e said.
Is wi
w ent
lOut
th
e
sam
e
tim
e
E
dw
ards
injuiy. aboi
in terms of if
ggt
e t to B rian and sh u t dow nn oc u r passing
,
athlete. He’s also v e ryy strong
:
Som e of t h e p u sh inlg
g , sc ra p g
ims re a lly s ta n e d throvring ju n k
doivn. team
gan,
Jing flow s
“M arshall hh;a s g re a t D linem en, by far
am e, th a t’s probably goingg to
ti b e a long
;J
you get a grasp o n h im.
in h e can wiggle liis
ping, shoving a n d holding
ee’v
’v c f a c e d th is y e a r ." s a id
Lyon.
defenses
at
on
t
o
u
g
h
th
e
b
e
s
t
w
s
a
concern
of
ours.”
ja
y
way out of it. So t h a t’s
lay for us.”
fro m a n e m p h a s i s on
or u s,”
cre a te d som e problem s for
fe n siv e lin e m a n J e ff Zellick.
o p posing line“That cn
idv es a lso
M ontana offer
Z
jglass. Mike E rhardt,
Ziellick, and most o th e r opi
defense. L eague execudv
Ik’
Receivers J o e Dougl
ihall defensive coordinator Kelly.
Kell
k,
6-fooi-5. 292said Marsh:
of ip la y e rs
"T h ey h ave• bba s ic a lly ev ery b o d y b a ciir
nen, fo r th a t m a tte r, s e e 6-1
sh Paffhausen work in
mei
point to the m igration of
Raul Pacheco a n d Josh
ials in t h e
a n o th e r y eiarr o^f e x p e rie n c e u n d e r th e ir
schooled a s professionals
sues.
physical E u ro p ean league:
Sounding Uke NBA proi
so m e A m e r ic a n Bask
L e a g u e b o o s t e r s h ave
a n sstay
ty,
la y a n d
e re would b e Orlando,
ty m eaning th e Wildcats can
p ro m is in g p h y s ic a l ppi:
Down th
the:
EVANSTON. 111. (A
(i^ P) - They
aait h o m e a n d w o rk o u t w
whh ile
^lile deny^
ire th
“a ttitude” fo r fans. Wliili
in C alifo rn ia
Fla., w here
i e W ildcats will face
sp en t tw o w e ek s in
o n d ibb;y p a s s in g th e w e a th e r ccor
the le a g u e
:e
in
th
e
Citrus
Bowl
on
ing any effort to sell the
le
Rose
Bowl,
Tennessee
i
getung ready for th e :
tions.
w ith rou g h p la y , league ex ecu ir’s
Day.
°i
New Y ear’s
w ere besieged by m
m te d ia coverndo on
T h e n th e y ’ll go to O riando
tlie
A
lives acknow ledge th atit tl
‘ a alot more com fonable
m ous alum ni,
“We’re
age, gre eted by famo
CChristm as Day.
M
e r s hav e b e e n try in g to p r o v e
le. L ast year, I guess we
in the role,
!
invited to a p p e a r on
on TV shows
T he C itrus Bowl could b e :s ta r
id of
something.
were kind
c ^ d d y to b e experiand, a t tim es, o v enmv h elm ed by
ry’s last
rum
n ung b ack D arnell A utry’s
tess
f l
“ I th in k th e a th le te
• e n d n g thlis
is 1w hole thing,” q uanerthe experience.
ro
v
e
_
_
■
---------------& e fo r th e Wildcats.
. le a g u e — w a n t to p \
ro u n d in g th e — bock S te vv eeS! ch n u rsaid . ................ gam
T h e ju n io r p lans to sitt dow
dc n
^
w o m e n ’s b a s k e tb a ll is ai
e a r w e're a litd e more
cats’ first bowl
“This yyea
dl G ary
w
W
game, that it is athletic, it’s
i fa s t,
with his p a re n ts and coach
! not ^ c n forla id b a :ckk,, r e a liz e w h a t w e ’re
a rn e tt s h o rtly a fte r th e ggJa m e
B
;aid. “T h e y
it’s physical,” Cavalli said
e rs w ho w ere
doing.”
an
a d d e c id e w h e th e r to go ip ro .
d o w an t to sh o w th aatt i
lhey had, howF o rstainn ec rs , th e W ildcats won't
see th e
B
ling t^vo w eeks a t th e site
B a rn e tt, c allin g T enn essee
strong and physical.”
Ited by disapbe spending
bbe s t te a m N o rth w e s te:rn
rn h a s
Y e t so m e p la y e r s m«
ime, a situation th a t got a
W ild cats lost
of the game
----------Tlic hysterla surroi
IS h e a d
faced
in h is five y e ars as
d
la
s
t
y
e
a
r,
d
e
s
p
ite
th
e
fi
le ag u e o ffic ia ls b e fo re
m
California.
little
o
ld
li
Northwcstem W ildcat
»ericnce
coach,
said la st year’s experie
them
d ar C alifornia w eather.
o
s ta r g am e a n d to ld the
ng being out
spectacular
trip in 47 years hasdn(
ivitii
th e
should
h
elp
players
deal
witii
too
wce s te r n h a s re c e n tly
sl
feared tliat p la y is becon
y being a t the
N o rthiw
[
gotten by th e players
hoopla,
if nothing else.
h
violent.
th e top bowls
openedan
anindoor practice fadlipart of it. T he fun the
“It really seem s to b e c
_ •
ever, was p unctuate; • re c e iv e r
LIS tth a t th e
ly a gen eral co n sensus
'■
p o intm ent — th e dWiMonday. "It
g am e is e x tre m e ly phy:
:h is y e a r th e
M
the game to Southern
w hich is fin e — b u t it’s g e ttin g
o rth w e s te rn ’s
»■
Sf
“It was just exddn,
ex tre m e ly ag g re ssiv e a:
essee Is tho best team h e 's facet
llais
-Scrap Golf!
there, kind of scarym,b j u s t on
1 coach
Gary Barnett said Tennesst
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iCollBCtlons
•SllmDDlla
le
^
g
e
^
e
r
a
l
Northwestern
c(
s a id P am B a ta lis , th e j
Rose Bowl, one of thi
lify
iion Cains
• Estate JBweln
h.
ars
a
s
the
Wildcats'
head
coach.
er
C
•
Silver
Coins-iw tuta •GoldBullIoi
u-d.
In his five years
m anager fo r th e Blizzard.
in th e c o u n tr y ,”
ches
------------•SlUeiB
D’Wayne Bates said
I
#iw.
w as ncw to u s. T h i
>omo location 15 yoors.
tn buslnoss sinco 1970 • Soi
focus is n ot ori N iorts c o r e
•®‘'
C in d e re lla te a m ,
TThe
h Vikings a re g e trin g the
Rob S m ith
On S a tu rd
rd a: y . S m ith . H a nson
p o rts
SEA TTLE (A P ) - Rol
Northwestern.”
ig chancc
because th e y b e a t N
issvw ill b e in Savannah.
big
cl
R
iggs,
t
h
e
a
n
d
W
ig
^
n
F a lls, Id, 83301
ta lk s a b o u t K u r tis s Ri|
302 N. Maln,1\«ln F
ranked Findlay of Ohio, defen
1-ran
s-N e w s
out
Tenn., for th
th(e NAIA Division II
q u a rte rb a c k h e m ustt figure
fif
lg nr a tional co-cham pion, 28-.
:h a m p io n s h ip g a m e
ing
as if h e ’s a
n a tio n a l cha
how to stop th is w eek,, as
1
a
sem
ifinal
gam
e
on
th
e
roi
in a
betw een le
theV ik in g s ( I M ) an d
s m a ll-c o lle g e v e r s ioon
n of D an
laists nweek.
ay.
U niversity ooff S ioux F alls (S.D.)
M arino and J o h n Elway.
But th a t was last w eek. Smi
ton
(13-0).
W estern W ash in g to
n U niv er*
no
! ssp
p e n d in g th is w e e k fr e ttii
,7
0
V
ik
in
g
s
fa
n
s
—
is
[anson g ra d A b o u t 17C
sity lineb ack er T im Hanj
ver how to deal w ith Sioux Fal
d bt o o s te rs — w ill b e
over
in ssociology
alum ni and
u ated w ith a d eg re e in
Jg g s , w ho h a s p a s s e d , f o r i
crow
d o f 5,000 at Jim
Rig£
ready
h
a
s
a
among
the
ct
(
la st S a tu rd a y a n d alreai
road
[A IA -re co rd 50 to u c h d o w
dium.
NAI
W ashington
Carroll Stadiu
job lined u p w ith th e Wa
fhile th ro w n g only th re e inti
; te r n W a sh in g to n , i t
whili
)ia. But first
F o r W este
mith
S tate Patrol in Olympia,
epdons in 1996,
m e m o ra b le day. T h e
cepd
w ill be a me
tin g
M
things first.
,
TTh
he 6-foot-2, 205-pound sem
II b1 e ,playing for th e ir
Vikings jviU
R y a a W ig g in s , thle
e V
’ ik i n g s ’
J l
;aadds a Sioux F alls o ffe n se ■olis'
th
l a l ritle. “I passed a ll
le
s
to
p
p
e
d
o
n
first
national
le ad in g r u s h e r, w as sto
a s scored
50 o r m ore p o in rtsa n
o
r
th
e
s
ta
te
p
a
tro
l,”
has
:
)us 90 m ile s
m y te sts fo r
th e Bellingham cam pus
i ^ t games, Riggs has p a sse i^n^^
dI
eighi
luple of p ro'said H an son.n .'th e V ikings’ secondnorth of h e re b y a coupl
3,562 y a rd s tl
a school-record
scl
u la te d h im .
le a d in g tai ce kl l e r w h o w as su p fessors w ho congratulai
e w
o rking in Olympia
season.
e^
eight
o
f
th
e
posed
to
be
\
Then th ey p u t th e weigl
Sm
Sn ith is trying to c om e u p w
ho u ld e rs b y
th is week. “T
“1 h e y w an te d m e to
w orld on his yo u n g shoi
a. gam
ga e plan that will ta k e Ri(
la y in g f o r
s t a r t on (ggocv e r n o r 's ) m a n sio n
te llin g h im h e ’d b e pplo
tt s j ii
11
o w n a t th e cap ital in
olUt
utof
c the game.
security
dow
th e whole school.
“ O‘ bviously, h e ’s a g u y w e
Mk in D ecem ber.”
th e first week
“T h e c l o s e t f a n hlaa ss k i n d o f
[Ot
to c o n ta in ,” S m ith sa
ynns:
“This
is
going
to
g
o
t
Said Wiggii
come out o f th e closett this
th: w e e k ,”
‘W e've got to force h im in to m;
“We
W a s h in g b e a g reat■day
di . T o finally g e t a
with
sa id S m ith . W e s te mn V
inn ^g m ista k e s a n d t h a t ’s son
chance to go
go to ‘T h e Show.’ AU
ton’s eight-year c o ^ I.; "‘‘T h e com in g no o th e r te a m h a s b e
w ork is re a lly p a y in g
thh in
is
h
as
n
e
v
e
r
th
e
h
ard
wo:
m unity is e x d te d .
r
ible to g et him to do.”
able
am b e fo re ."
off.”
h appened in Bellingham
■
time
-
r •: a p e
; h a r g e d1 w i t h
_ ^ a r l y o n ___
pI l a y e r s5
omeb een
If t ^M
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• Receiverss
•Hitches
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ries
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ment:
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Food Edifor.DmiseTur.
S cction D
:c m b c r 18, 1996
W ednesday, D ccc
T h e T im c s -N e w s
— ---------- ------------S a l o d r - ^
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J
Piess
withoim t
th e su^igar
-VS
AK'
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's r m
By OenlS6 Turner
TIme»KflW8 writer____________
TWIN FALLS - In response
inse to a r e a d e r
re q u e st for pum pkin or peca
w ith n o s u g a r , L ou ise La
stions.
Jerom e s e n t in some suggestio
NC^SUGARPUMPKI
PKIN PIE
M ake re c ip e ilie same as iusual. L eav e
mall p ack ag e of
out th e sugar and add a smal
free - sh o u ld b e
pudding m ix th a t is sugar-free
ype. It w ill ad d
cooked ty p e , not instant type
flavor, b u t n o t change texture
N O ^U G A R PECAN
IVNPIE
pu d d in g m ix I n s te a d o f su g ar, use pu<
Add 2 eggs a n d
su g ar-free cooked type. Add
Dro pudding-like
whip to geth er. Will be more
than th e u sual pecan pie.
lall p a c k a g e o f
F o r ex a m p le , u se a small
ing, m ilk accordcooked-type vanilla pudding,
n. Bake
p u d d in g
ing to r e d p e , 2 eggs beaten.
E
in c ru st a t 350 degrees forr one
or hour, u n til
top befo re baks e t (P u t 1 cup pecans on top
ihe m iddle w h en
ing.) I t should be firm in the
ary.
done. C ooking tim e may vary,
read er r e q u e s t,
In resp o n se to another re;
lg i:is sh arin g h e r
Ju a n ita Pavkov of Gooding
recipe for p e a n u t brittle.
ITLE
PEANUTBRirn
2 c u p s su g ar
1 cu p w h ite Karo syrup
1/2 cu p w a te r
1 tea sp o o n vanilla
2 cu p s p ean u ts
uiter
1 h ea p in g tablespoon buite
1 teaspoo n soda
ristmas
"JlvQ
vas the week before Chrisi
round
W 'hen
h e snow covered thepvi
chen
ueet smelb from thekitch
liWCt
M oom,
n Dad and kids
VVfen
'S h a v in g a ball
p -iking
jholiday goodies
Fori
)r one and for all!
lis y ear, in stea d of heading to th
i e kitchen after
This
aside tim e to involve
dd s a re tucked into bed, set asic
the kid;
It ai
a n d joy that comes
jntire family in th e m errim ent
the enti
d r cothers.
fromIm aking scrum ptious treats for
kid-friendly delights
loose from o u r assortm ent of kic
Choo
- w■e’vc
e ’^ m a d e .
them e
with kids-D5
Boxing Wit
easy to
llow . A n d ,
to foo il
iry iC hristm as charac'c rn am ed diem a fte r legendary
we’ve
te rs to h e lp g e t e v e ry o n e in thh e s p irit: P ra n c e r’s
Peanut Butter
com, Frosty’s Fudge, Sugar Plum
P it
Popcor
lacks. Mom and D ad
Cupss aand N utcrac k er Cereal Snacl
me of th e more chalto lend a hand for some
may’ need
nt
w e've made certain
^ng
len ^n
f p a rts o f th e recipes, b u t[ wi
e’s p le n ^ th e k ids will have fun w ith - decorating
diere’s
ut bI u tter, stirring the
des, rolling u p balls of p eanut
cookie;
’e and
fudge
i popping th e com.
m erry holiday and a
Tiatever you chcxjse, have a me
. Wha
lie 1lot o f fun in th e kitchen.
whole
PRANCER’SPOPC<
PCORN
q uarts popped com
3qu;
cups unsalted m ixed nuts
3cu]
;ar
cup firmly p acked brown sugar
lCU|
Q. ccup I ^ r o light o r dark com‘sy™P
syr
1/2
and w a te r a n d
C o m b in e su g ar, syrup) ar
ard b a ll in c o ld
cook u n til it fo rm s o hard
w ater. T h e n add peanutss and
ar b u tte r and
R em ove
cook u n til it browns. AddI vanilla.
vai
teaspoon soda.
m ixture h e a t a nd add ihe: 1 ti
inum foil, spreadPour o nto b u tte re d aluminui
ing thinly.
fat soup fro m the
H ere’s a recipe for low-fat
om a book title d
W ashingto n Post. I t’s from
‘‘M o o se w o o d R e s ta uira
ra in t L o w -F a t
eadess d in n e r for
F avorites.” It’s a groat mead
a cold night.
n d a g re e n salad
Serve w ith corbread ;md
ons, thinly sliced
m ixed w ith orange sections
inaigrette. M ak es
rod o nions and a citrus vinai
4 servings.
vRNCORN
SOUTinVESTERN
AND POTATO»SOUP
SO
nions
1 c u p fin ely chopped onioi
2 garlic cloves, minced oorrp] ressed
ied and m in ced .
1 sm all fresh chili, seeded
A bout 1/4 teaspoon salt
U p to 4 cups vegetable brc
min
2 teaspo o n s ground cumin
to, diced
(a b o u t 2
1 m ediu m sw eet potato,
(
cups)
r, ft
finely chopped
1 sm all r e d bell pepper,
:om k ernels
3 cups fresh o r frozen corr
ream a n d f in e ly
R e d u c e d - f a t so u r crea:
chopped cilantro leaves (optional)
(opt
pot, s im m e r th e
I n a c o v e r e d so u p pot
onions, garlic, chili and 1/4 teasp o o n salt
le stock
fo r about
in 1 cu p o f the vegetable
s
onions a re soft. ^
10 m inutes, or u ntil the onii
ste iw ith th e cum in ’
a sm all bow l, m ake a paste
a n d 1 tab lesp o o n fu l of the
the b ro th , s tir it
into th e p o t, and simmer: for
fot a n o th e r 1 to 2
m inutes.
5S aand th e rem ainA dd th e sw eet potatoes
ing b ro th a n d sim m er for ab o u t 1 0 mintatoes soften. Add
utes, un til th e sweet potato
. th e b ell p e p p e r and comn and
ar sim m er, covlutes, or u n til a ll of
ere d , for a n o th er 10 minute
• th e ve g eta b le s a re tender.
j f th
P u r e e a b o u t h a lf of
t e s o u p in a
o r and
r c tu m it to .
b len d e r o r food processor
t
II bb e c r e a m y o n d
th e p o t. T h e soup w ill
thick.
vegetable b ro th , if
A dd an o th e r cup of vegi
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w e’ll p rin t it.
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to s/ian? or reguc
Recipe Exchange,
share should be sent to3 Rt
ncs-News, P.O. Box
Denise Turner, The Tmes3303-0548.
548, Twin Fall^ Idaho 8330.
and phone
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ClocM
Peanut Butter Cups.
permint Sparkles, Sugar Plum Pet
peppe
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H
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TWIN FALLS - The
a n o r th in k
a t P u rp le S a g e M am
itest cook in
Patsy Lce is the.greate^
th e w hole world. Lce
the center for the ment
□molly A a i.
3 tl
to cook
le n g e d -a n d she loves
She was bom in Ari:
' " “ na, th e
daughter of a construct
ucnonw orker who traveled froma j(
job to job.
L ee h a s tra v e le d thh e c o u n try
She h as a
g a th e rin g r e c ip e s .. Si
large collecrion.
lars, Lee has
llu o u g h o u t the year:
in c h e s a n d
co o k e d a t d u d e ranc
resorts. In Las Vegas, she
sl cooked
a t Bonnie Springs, ju
jusst o u tsid e
rm e rs from
th e city. T he perform
om
th e s tr ip w o u ld co
n e in fo r
got througli
breakfast after they go
working for the night.t.
th
e M a g ic
L ee m o v e d to
ars ago. She
Valley about 12 years
co o k ed a t C an y o n1 V
\ iew a n d
’n te r b efo re
C leanvater Care Cent
she signed on with Purple
un Sage.
m ip ly d o n ’t
M any p e o p le sim
c, L
know how to cook,
1 e e s a id .
lain cooldng
W hen trying to explai
ne frustrated
to others, L ce became
iflicting
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1cups sugar
1/2 cup light com syrup
,t/2
o cup h ot w ater
1/4 teaspoon salt
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c
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1 teaspewn vanilla
1/2 cnip chopped walnuts
hey
Beat th e egg w hites till they
Be
aree stiff. S e t aside. P u t sugar,
Iter, syrup and salt in a 2-quan
wate
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sauc
oils.
solves. T hen cook till it boils,
dissc
;250
tok to th e hard ball stage (250
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rk
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c o n fu sin >g tetcrm s - l i k e fold,
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zest
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beginning
co ju s t m ig h t not
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understand,
si reasoned.
id
e d to do som ething
Lee decide
about this.She
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□mo Cooking” fo r the
callcd “Home
v ery b e gin
innnin g c o o k . I n h e r
e are
book, there
a no fancy o r conrms.s T h e re c ip e s are
fu sin g term
explainedstep
stei by step.
eighbor d e sig n e d the
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awing
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i a U ttle wom an
lasses and opening the
wearing glass
oven doorwith
wii a little dog looks supposed
to b e Lec.
ing on. It’s
si
was self-publislied.
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)n c o n te s t
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it
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prove
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^We asked for sim ple, holiday-rc
y-related
lyiartha Stewart
, lood Things” projects, ideas or
jues th a t m ight m ake a big diffc
all
r
in your
yoi life. W e received entries ffrom
e r Ithe U n ited States.
over
From looking a t your idcM, it is d e a r
Fro
0 m
Oh, IV
n: aking
t h at
a t :you p u t a lot of effort into
lur h o m e . _______________
imiss tim
t e of y e a r special in your
ju m a d e b e a u t i f u l w re a thtis,
s , o rn a - country. I w as p particularly h appy to see
Y ou
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that
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m ent
tnvennve,
her decorations, as ^VBll as inve
odjet
didous
holiday dishes.
d eh
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Y ou t r a n s ffo
o rm e d o ld , e v e ry d a y
Y
Yoou a lso c a m e u p w ith som
m ee m g eobiects - things,
;s.that m ight otherwise be
ous organizing solutions. M any '
nious
rn ra
throw n aw ay -- in to hew, usefu l ones,
c d local re so u rc ts to create a d
used
V o u n ^ c l o d ppap
, er and gift cards into
tioan
n th a t c e le b r a te s yo u r p a r t '
Martha-D4
nade d ecorative
p re tty ^vrapping paper, mad
mes and tiu n e d
boxes out of old, plain ones
oliday gift bags.
p a p er bags into festive holid
en th u siasm ,
T h a n k you all fo r y o u r >
Jl of o u r talentand congratulations to all.o
r iz e w in n e r s .
e d lo c a l n e w s p a p e r p ri
n a tio n a l
C h o o sin g th e to p thrirce
re
w asn’t e asy! I
prizew in n ers c ertain ly wt
ideas with you.
would like to share th eir ide
Grand PHiq Winner
C ongratulations to Gnm
n e r K a th leen Gtista of N e
H ove
>vho s e n t h e r entry to t hhee Argus.
.
ifhite-chocolate
h e r id e a for m ak in g whii
day c ak e s, p i «
po in settia s to top holiday
and tarts.
Uy looks lik e a
C a s ta ’s cre atio n really
le cdecoration in^
poinsettia; it is an edible
:ul tto look a t and
the b e st of taste, beautiful
is easy
delld o u s to eat. W hite cdiocolate
ha
rs in
it
to tint, so0 ;you can m ake the flowers
nsetjlors found in nature’s poinset
all tlie colc
d, o r
d, yellow , pink, peach and,
tias - red,
ihite.
tourse, whi
iiese
Hiys she has been m aking th
ea
Gastasaj
liday
s, a s a w ay of m aking holida;
for years,
ns;
desserts sp ed a l. H ere are instructions:
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W n lteCChocolate
H
tre e s
IS size-leaves from d tr u s tree
VaricJus
or camellia
lia p lants
k o g e o f w h ite c h o c o la tec fo r
aking
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n ee y t h a t
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ll p o t t e d
: 1. D e c o r a te a sm aa ll
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ta lb le writh
:e s ( b a k e d
^orange a n d lim e slices
t o dry th e m ), d n n a mn oorn s tic k s ,
m a ll r ib c o o k ie c u t t e r s a n d ssm
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recydcd, as long as they
live trees
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p jijr . T em m ra n re s
s hee's's a 54-year-old babe (she
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an d countless un b elievvable
a t meals
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m:a g a z in e (n a m e d 1996
tSie miiini w as,jtains;.IIt&ihfcsfiji(ir
from scratch. T h at’s juust
st the surM agaazziin e o f th e Y e ar by
th m b o iiim a e;oirsaniEC&iiTg;.(Iir
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four hours
face. This w om an g e ts}fo
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o f sle e p a n ig h t a n di h a s b u ilt
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t e n l 2Z books,
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)cfore most
en tire com m unities bef<
•diiia
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* n a d i!m .S iird
i getfiaa: much;.
fee.
of us have had o u r coffee
a a m i tp itk a d h e r
videos
i h e r nam e. She has an
QS in
We’re slackers. S h e ’s a: life-susEmmy-w
ly-winning weekly TV show.
ih m a w m ra mnasi e t S&? does d iis
taining conglom erate.:. IBut don't
Ne.xi: yyee a r s h e w ill have a daily
c u S o S ln h tn ni£.lif»aiblitn.
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get to you. I
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show«r.. S
S h e w rite s a n e w spaper
n3 tm io « a as.yx [bsing: SCircha:(You know
say em brace M arth a . (Y
ran'
i c alled “Ask Martha." She
colum
inaoena:' aa Ejq oc (^cisibit..
hom em ade
sh e ’d have a sw e e t, ho
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h a s hlier
e r ow n mail-order business,,
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tim e ^vc all
scent about her.) It’s tin
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vour
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faced the cold, h ard facu
icts: Martha
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03 “Trhbee Today Show." This year
a n o t t o A Qic
S tew art, m isu n d e rstoood
o vision: m;agazine nam ed her one off
3- (mmnjrofifct
bavTim em
m e n 4as2 nmne
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country’s 25 most influential1
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1/2 cup ma^-onnnise
1 cup cottage ch e e se
nuw
1/2 cup d u m p ed -walnul
Dissolve J e Il-0 in -wk-ater.
a ti th e n
r-hill until s\Tup>'. (DoJ nnco t a llow
to SCI up.) \\*hip c re a mmnnd^dnun
r
th e p in e a p p le . M ix t :he
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p in e a p p le , c o tta g e h e e s e am d
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is SC! up. U nm old o n to
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coordinator for the Southc
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1/2 teaspoon salt
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neighbor.
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ra
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softened
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QMatesvlde
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l>mt
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1/2 cup packed brow n sugar
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u m
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pn»pwfngi»U
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ildren choose their
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n a b o a s minClaus each Chrtstmas
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ouse. N onetheB C T
for a two-story hou:
u te s. R em ove from h<
ita li glass of milk. '
c,
m anaged
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Sugar Glaze (below)
less, the designers>have
hi
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g so d V p o i r
itree-trtmmlngpartyfor
p.
licaiing systems
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i
to p a c k it w ithI a s u r p r is in g
sy ru p m ix tu re over >
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gj
Small candies fo r decoration
lular am enities.
assortm ent of populc
C0171 a n d nu ts, stilling 1
s asked to bdng.on edible
:eptionally weUThis p lan is excep
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I,
;ds o f a re tire d
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er a t
suited .to th e needs
o c c a s io n a lly , 1 h o u ir. R e m o v e
Jycarw or stnjng popcorn
of ia low-mainteJ
medium speed, b e a t peanut• butb
couple in search of
“
from o v e n . Cool; b rne a k a p a r t .
tw ateosam lniaturogirvcom
n a n ce hom e. T hlee 1u p p e r le v e l,
I
tcr, margarine, b row n sugar, c(
mpi
p c ra tu re in
S to re a t ro o m tem
houso or Santa Claus .
f
Doth.
outfitted w ith two0 iiidentical bedsy ru p a n d e g g u n t i l sm oo
ti^ d y -c o v e re d eontair
«tve delidous homo3m a n d a sm all
^
R e d u ce s p e e d ; b e a t in 1 c
rooms, a bathroom
Makes about 4 quart
bakedholkJa
Jidoy treats to your
jjoi
lin e n c lo s e t, s taa n d s r e a d y to
flour, the bak in g pow der, dinnan
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m on an d s a lt. W ith wood
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sprra y
w hen th e ownspoon, stir in re m a in in g 1^ ccu p
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liglh t o r d a r k
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brov m co m q r u p .
B aken
1/3 c u p evaporated
e d nI u lk
Qlfymj-resJ
s shoit on time, freeze
. 3 cups (18 ounces)
e s) sem isw eet
baked cooW
< until you'ro ready to
«Ues
^ o c o la te d iip s •
Ithem.
deconitetrie
3/4 c u p c o n fectio
tiorn ers s u g a r,
QCooWesa
s and candies should not
sifted
din
beirtoredin the samo container.
2 teaspoons vanula
tend to have more molsn u ts
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“ can made the cookies
1 c u p co arsely choppQd
ch(
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are b a k in g p a n .
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•npcTBture until diy. about
ay. In 2 ^ ju a rt
w ith c o o k in g spray,
I hours. Sloro In rtifrigorasa u c e p a n c o m b ina e c<o m s v r u p
ligW containers with
ilk. Add chocotoflnji«i0i
and e v aporated milk,
aper between loyera.
is ta n lly . c o o k
la te . S tir r in g consti
Hoi
ne, they c a n for|
ers are hom e alone,
flour.
e r ^ n g n eeded
each
get ,his area. Every
Divide
dough in half. Roll e;
I
yaxed
fo r daily living is on th e m ain
half
hal between two sheets of wa;
paper
on
large
cookie
sheets
ui
' pa[
floor.
)ms a r e b rig h t,
f
until
o f th e room:
1/4-indi
thick. R e frig e rate ui
1/4y. Light
from an
oven
even th e stairway.
I
firm,
fin about 1 hour. Preheat O'
ncsUed u n d e r a
to
>h off
arched window, nc;
‘o 350
. degrees. S lid e dough
l
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sta irs a n d sp illss o0 v e r in to th e
R e ove w a x e d p a p e r . W ith
entry.
_ flo
flou re d c o o k ie s c u tte r s ,• c u t
A coat d o se t is; ddi:irectly in front
doiigh
in to s h a p e s . P la c:ee o n
do
ungreased cookies sheets.
storage c loset is
of the entry, a stoi
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ightly
tu ck ed u n d e r thhe
e s ta irs , a n d a
*
ookie
• tiny powder roomn is to th e left,
brow ned. L e t s ta n d on coo
"nje boxed-out bay
ba th a t brightsheets 2 m in u tes. Rem oveI from
fi
ens and expands; tli
the living room
cookies s h e e ts ; c ool o n w ire
lo c a tio n fo r a
o v e r m ed iu m -lo IW
w b e a t u n til
racks.
R ero ll d o u g h trim m i
m ak e s a n id e a l1 1(
rai
iders in b o th the
and
esired
window seat. SUde;
ch o c o la te m elts. Re
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b u tte r unt
until sm ooth. P o u r o v e r
an repeat. D ecorate as desi
with
Ic
:tio n ers su g a r,
cereal; stir to coat. Press evenly
dining room and1m aster s u ite fdl
heaL A d d confectio
wi Sugar G laze, P iping Icing,
ri
Ught
w hile procolored
sprinkles,
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10k th ro u g h th e
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bars.
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to 2 1/2 tab lesp o o n s w aterr until
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to
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jOME_______ _
F o o d S c H(
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W e G ive
E x p e rr t s
t i pp s o n
u p
se rv (
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Nick Harder--------------•nwOnmga County R e g tta r
“ ________
T h e r e is a n e p is ooddee o f th e •
p o p u la r T V s h o wVi “ H o m e
re fle c ts an
Im p ro v e m e n t” t h a t ref
a r g u m e n t c o m m o n in
ii m a n y
homes: how to lo a d a ddishwasher.
ent”
In th e “H o m e Im pprovem
ro '
by
episode, T im A lle n iss caught
ci
h is TV w ife c h a n g inn gg t h e way
she loaded th e d ish wrasher.
asl
adec you the
“W ho died a n d m ad
dishw ashe x p e rt on l o a d in g aJ d:
er?” she says.
^action I get
P retty m uch t h e reoci
fr o m m y w if e w h e n I: d o th e
sam e thing.
a t M aytag
Luckily, th e fo lk s; at
ju s t in tim e
hav e som e a d v ic c , jusi
lads w e’ll do
for a ll those e x tr a load:
d u r in g t h e h o l i d aly
y ss. H e r e ’s
w hat they say:
C an yo u r d is h w a sshhec r h a n d le
e e p casscch e rish e d c h in a , a ddei
------------ro le 'd ls h , a n o d d -s h a
p late and a l a r g e b a s t
M o st d i s h w a s h e r s c a n , b u t
lading, re a d
b e fo re you s t a r t loadi
th e o p e r a t i n g m a i
should co n ta in h c lp f u racking
advice.
W hite d i s h w a s h er rss a« re m uch..
a lik e in t h e ir r a c k ss ,, th
I e r e are
T h e g uideso m e d i f f e r e n c e s . Th
lines.
• D o n 't p r e - r in sle
e et x c e p t in
ashers
spccial cases. M o s t dishw
dis
th e gleansa re m ade — a s a r e; tr
in tth em — to
ing a gents y o u u s e in
g e t o ff m o st o f t h1eC to
t u g h e s t,
y o u r d is h e s
stu c k 'O n f o o d . I f yoi
od, y o u m ay
hove b u m e d -o n food,
for a while,
w ant to soak th e m fo:
th e n rin s e o r s c r aipc
p e o ff w h at
xception conyou can. A n o th e r excc
i
t
c e r n s s t a i n l e s s s teeie l ite m s .
can m ar the
C ertain c o n d im e n tss ca
fin is h o n s t a i n l e sss
s s! t e e l a n d
should b e r in s e d oiff
ff as
t soon a s
lesc
possible. A m o n g th est a re mustord, m a y o n n a ise , lem
len on juice,
-cssings.
vinegor, salt a n d dress
in ra ck s so
• P lace a ll ite m ss ir
dlshw aashers ,
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on
an
m:
a!
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:k up
(Pick
I by S pm Dm . 24th)
extra dishes pile up.
pecUIly during the holiday* when thoM
tti
la art
There'! a flna
a to loading a dUhwasher, etpeci
;hordifficult fo r th e m1to
to b e cleaned.
e p a ra te d and fac in g
b)etw
e t\ cen tin e s rin se m o re th<
th e y a r e ssei
o
v
e
r
M ost k n iv e s o r sh
shia rp p o in te d
)ughly th a n th o se p lac ed ov
'h is e n s u re s th a t th e
ougl
c e n t e r . Thi:
item s sh o u ld b e ppilaced in th e
ines.
ray
c
a
n
reach
all
su
rtine
w a te r sp ray
b a sk e t w ith th e han
ho d le u p . Be
• P la c e la r g e ite m s su c hh a s
faccs.
w ls,
su re th in , fin e ly po
pc in ted ite m s ,
iin n e r p l a t e s , m ix in g bow
dim
• L o ad ite
iti m s so they do n ot
irough th e basdishdo not e x te n d throi
30ts an d pans an d baking di;
pots
r e s t o v e r• ttlh e to p of th e w a sh
e
w asher
lem s
k e t and block th e lower
li
:s in
th e low er rack. T all itei
alock
s
p
ray
arms.
es
i
to w e r o r blo
a rg e
ann.
.
m
s uceh os b a k e w a r e a n d l aI rth e
• p i o c ee g| la s s e s , tu m b le r s ,
It is n 't e n o u gtlh ju
j st 10 p la c e
platters
c
an
b
e
placed
along
t
plat
c u p s , s tejm
m w a r e , lig h tw e ig h t
ishw osher c o r ­
item s in y o u r dish
ssid
id ie o r a c r o s s t h e b o c k ,, iA ll
a la d p la te s , d e s s e rt
p la s tic s , ssa
It a s
rec tly . Y o u h a v ees to
ti storo y o u r
item
ite r s sh o u ld b e os u p rig h t
b o w ls, saauuic e rs , lo n g -h a n d le d
leand e te r g e n t p r o p)ee rly
r , os w e ll.
possible
to
e
n
s
u
re
good
clei
m d th e like in ih e top
pos
u ten sils and
)ing it in o reloatenT hat m eans keepini
ability.
P
lace
item
s
in
th
e
ut<
abil
r a c k . I te•m
m s c a n b e c e n te r e d
:s u p
tiv e ly c o o l, d ry ppllo c e . H e r e ’s
sil
w ith som e h andles
tine (that’s o n e
sil basket
I
b eh in d a single
sii
pie
w here m ost people really flunk
an
d som e dow n. T his w ill pp r e and
o f t h o s e! vv e r t i c a l th in g s ) o r
th e te st. P ro c ticcally
o l e v e ry o n e
vv ee nr t th e m f ro m “ n e s t iinn g ”
lo a d e d a tt aa n a n g le so ih e y d o
tiw asher d e te r m ore
sto res th e ir dishw
to
gether,
w
hich
m
akes
it
mi
togi
n o t t o u cc hh . G la s s e s lo a d e d
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DI'AR
of m y
rently serve a s vice m oyor of
io n I
ccot
o m m u n ity , in th a t c le c tio
ce b y
lost my in itial b id for office
1,000
only o ne vote o ut of o ver 11,
flow I
cost. I con o n ly im ogine ho
st th o
- ight hove f e lt if I had lost
m
eclhe c tio n o n d N O T v o te dd fo r
mysclfl
my
Of course politicians vote
them
th
t selves, a n d why shouh
they?
th< If th e y a rc trying to «
vvir
ince th e e le c to ro ie th a t t
oarne th e b e s t c a n d id a te , tl
they
the m ust b e liev e h also. A ’
isistoo p re c io u s to w a ste fr
lousiy.
I know.
loi
- L. STEPH EN G IZZI.V
M AYOR, B E N IC U , C A
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hhut n d r e d s o f v o te r s , a s I
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w«ealth, h a d h e ld tho office
m
m;any ye ars an d would b e 1
to
to b eat.
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M
M id w e ste rn h o rs e se n se c
com
co e m y ch iv a lry , a n d I v
for
.
fo myself.
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F irst, in1 ev
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p o l i t i caal l la n d s c a p e , fro m a ll
a p p e a rraa rn e e s it se e m s t h o t
h u m i l ity
t y a n d o ld - f a s h io n e d
m a n n e;rs
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found.
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th e big meals
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220 Molrlc measofo,
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Wsdntsdiy, D M tm b*rlS,l
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Bankerss urge law reform
■WASHINGTON (A
(, P ) —
B a n k e r s t o ld a fe ddeerra l p a n e l
he re c o rd 1
T u esd a y m a n y o f the
lg ffo r b a n k '
m illion p e o p le filing
osed'the law
.riip tc y th is y e a r abuiec
he im oney-to—
—Ijecause-they-had the
rep ay som e of th e ir del
debts.
ty jp ro fe sso r
P U rdue U niversity
•ector o f th e
M ichael S ta te n , direct
orch c e n te r,
school’s c re d it rescorc
indicating 45
d te d n ew research indi
p e r c e n t o f p e o p leB w ho f i l e d
C h a p te r 7 ban k ru pptcy
tc; p ro tc c aid they h a d
tion in his sam ple said
ises, to re p a y
incom c, a f te r expenses
ih e ir d e b ts .
so m e p o r t i o n o f the:
b a n k r u p tc y
C h a p te r 7 o f th e bai
h w
code, w hich
Vipes o u t a ll debts.
SMttl
is used in 7^00 p1 e rce n t o f personal
MtUeTlmw____________________
------les.
bankruptcies,
proa this
sa m p le , S ta te n
SE
S E A T T L E — B o e in g 's pr>
B ased on
t
n e li
o s e d a c q u ls ltlo n o f McDonne
th
n
r
a
li
C
h
a
p
te
r
?
fU*—
pose
estim ated t
w ed —
(ouglas a p p a re n tly has-wow<
iwi ide-had th e a b ility - —Dou|
ers-n atlo n w
ton,
polit
o littcal le ad e rs in Washingto
to r e p a y SS.6
SS b i l l i o n o v e r a
D.C.
I.e., from th e W h ite H ousee :to
three-year period,.
pe
le IPentagon.
s ocf d o lla rs o f re lie f
the
"B ilU ons
kely
Th
T h e e a rly rave review s like
w astefu lly/ aare b e in g , p ro v id e d ^
Iatofill jsm ooth the way for regulai
to con su mleerrs e a c h y e a r w hen •'•will
lion
ryy qi
ap p ro v a l of th e $13.3 blllic
th e y d oIn' 'tt n e e d i t , ” s a id
th e
deal
e a l t h a t w o u ld c r e a te tl
M ic h a e l F.
F M cE neney, a
npa>n atto
m e y rep resen tworl
rorld's largest aerospace comp
W ashington
i
estily w
ny
v ith 548 billion in sales es
in g a c o alitio
llt n o f b a n k s a n d
■d issu e rs c o llin g for
c r e d it c ard
y reform
.
.
b ankruptcy
r
m a te d for 1997.
federal official
B ut one form er fee
o b s ta c le s to
c a u tio n e d t h a t ol
w a lle d m erg e r—
approval of th e so-cj
i nig - p o s s i b l e —
r e m a i n ,- in c lu d in
an titru st action,
Still, m em bers ooff W ashington
mal delegation
s ta te 's congresslona
s a id th e p ro p o s eed
d a llia n c e o f
in e ll Dout^as is
Boeing and McOomK
auciience
playing to a rec cpptive
ti
ital.
in th6 nation's capita
“ L e o n P a n e ttaa ( th e W h ite
ifO told m e th e
H ouse chief of stafO
isCXsjnn
Invest _
Continued from E l
r.t t « « « ,« .
fund. "Tw o-thirds of
in th e p o rtfo lio are-si
k id s c a n r e la te to,"
," IRice sa id .
ot in
O ne of th e nam es not
u th e fund
is F ila , a p o p u la r sp
co m p an y th a t a cou;p!
d ren s u u e s te d investir
iso n g m w h en
th c s io d r w a s a t2 7 .
“W e looked a t it nnd
m dcom pared
it w ith N ike, which had m ore of a
track reco rd and which
[lich we h a d a
b e tte r h a n d le on,”■Bi
B rady said .
“M ore in h indsight,
It, >
w e sh o u ld
h a v e b o u g h t F ila aatt th e tim e ,
since it h it a high off Sl
S107, b u t w e
bought m o re Nike."’....................... can E x p re s s
B o th t h e A m ericar
K ids, P a r e n ts andI M oney pro■loe's Y o u n g
g ra m a n d S te in Roe
Inv e sto r p rogram try to e n g ag e
m with
gam es
an d e d u cate children
v
five p e n n ie s
th a t s t a r t sim ply: fiv
n ickds equal
equal a nickel, two nic
lg tth e tip s in
a d im e, e tc . Among
press p a c k e t,
th e A m e ric a n Expre;
p arents give
L ee said , is having; pa
jro cery shopth e c h ild r e n th e gro<
tinig th e m to
p in g H st a n d g e ttin
UDons to th e
m a tc h g ro c e ry couoc
Donnell
to
t r u n til th e Bocing-McDon
p r e s id ee nn tt t h i n k s i t ’s a g o o d
R e p . N o r m D ic k s , D IDouglas deal is approved.
th in g ,"' R
so vw ant
P entagon cost-cuttcrs also
a id M onday.
W ash., ssaic
pro c e ss-------lo k e w i t h t h e v ic e p r c s i - — - “m ore use of commercial proc
“- “ I spok<
il.G a r e ) .,a n d J ie .i5.b c h in d ____ ces o n m ilita ry p rojects,"i pDi ci k s ______
dent.(Al.G
/e rh e a d
said,
a
n
d
they
like
the
overF
s
it, too."
con pas a id th e P e n ta g o n fav o rs
ccuts expected when two com
Dickst sa
nies
a re merged.
r g e r b e c a u s e it w a n ts
r
t h e m es rg
T h a t's why Boeing is a finalist
fin.
tr o n g c o m p e titio n f o r
so m e ss tn
ie
r, th e
for
th
e
Jo
in
t
Strike
Fighier,
:c d M a rtin .
f
Lockheed
co u ld
c o m p a n y , fo rm ed th ro u g h
im ultise rv ic e aircraft th aItt c«
T hat cor
biJ
r g e r s o f se v e ra l a ero sp a c e
Ibc w orth as much as $7503 billion
th e merge
:enrury,
th ee p a s t tw o y e a rs, w ill b c
iin contracts in the next cent
giants th
he
g e st U.S. m ilita ry c ontrac1 said.
th e larges
n o re th e y c a n m atch,
list. T h e mo:
saved. T he savth e more money
rao
en split w ith th e chil-
( u stO (»dial F<e e IRA
W i t h ;a N o C
‘X r ^ n t « I who
w
w a n t to g e t th e
n g I n v e s to r p a r e n ts
iO-page b o o k , a gam e
m d Inform ation about
j j g ^ g ?, Including
[
a prospeca ll (8 0 0 ) 403-K ID S.
tu s , c a n ccai
x h o s e w ho
h o w a n t A m e ric a n
E x p re ss’ fre
free colleg e-p lan n in g
g u id e c a n 1ccall (800) 986-9S98.
Y ou h a v ee to g o th r o u g h an
A m e ric a nn : E x p re s s f in a n c ia l
adviser to >
jojoin th e Kids, Parents
an j M oney7 i program, since these
funds th a t charge
a re to k e r-sr-sold
c
jion,orload.
a commissior
is th e reality of
This, of course,
co:
ams: T hese a re m utual
th e program
funds, a n did' w hile th e d e s ire to
hildren ab o u t m oney is
educate chili
sin c e re , ititi is also a m a rk e tin g
d evice to >
gigive yo u a re a so n to
b u y a fxmd.d. As Stein R oe’s Brady
fund h a s tw o goals: to
said, th e fui
hildren and to g et supeeducate chili
“M y kids are in
rior total rereturns.
r
y
it," B rady s said, “b u t so a re my
parent.<.”
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NOTIFICATION OF HE/
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W P t ! LOST Rottwoilor pop. Ijlack
O F P A R E N T -C H Il
& Uin. 4 V4 mlhs. old. ^ViRELATIONSHIP ic T u c
cinltyof3rd.4M oIn,S100
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R ^ A R O . Call 734.54e0
^
TERMINATION OFTI
or 733-9592.__________
PARENTAL RIGHTS OF
A loxandria Oavla
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w /brown patch on riaht
DOB: 10-03-1989
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Rot>«rt Kalth Davla11II1
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w/2 sitvor conchooj. Losi
DOB: 08-1M ee8
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Reward. Ploaso cnll 632ElQWoon Yoars
TO:MlcholIoMlllof.«ior
tho not- 4682 or 670-8387.
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ard
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m ale Gorman Shophord
thor, of tho obovo-narr
"lo
hereby X, black & brown, pumie
children, you will hor<
collar, friendly. 734-6101
toko noUco;
^
1. T hai a Million un
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Iho Paront-Chlld Rolatl
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n th o U »*301b» .ln 3 0 8 « co n d s
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7ihday
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10:00 A.M, on ihoTlh
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at the
make the commitment\\l
to
of February. 1997,, al
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you
Boar Liiko County' CourtCo
or. Parftavo to d o Is go with a
houso, 7 East Conlor.
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proven systom, We havo
l4. Idaho.
Iho right
16 yoars of success, help3. T hat you havo thor
X
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cc
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end koop It off. What have
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shown
you oo to lose?
upon good cau so shc
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that you ore financially
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oblo to obtain counsel,
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court m ay oppolnl countol
coui
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Jo,DO- i
per so n a ls
Dalod thla 6th day of
combor.1996.
to
PU BLISH: W ad n ss
ssdd a y , Fodoral law allows youJto
Docombor 11, 16 and
and 25, corroct your credit reporl
for froo. For moro infor1996.
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longer rosponsiblo for eny
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SE R V IC E S
debts other than my own. ^
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P r o s c h o o i/d a ^ o . Agos
2 to 6, Call 734-9946.
n YO U R 4
DAY CARE - Nlco counliy
location. Hrs, 7-6. M-F.
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CENTER
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^
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2-4yroids. Call 736-4506
2-
or 1-800-371-7472.
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p r o f e s s io n a l
BANKRUPTCY
acams, write lo iho FodAll Choptor &AQ related
oral Trade Commission,
c a .o iF n » n lo p h o n o
Washington. D.C.. 20580,
consultation,
or call the National Frsuc
630-7760 6O(W40-2166
I n f o r m a tio n C o n lo r,
WmH. Mulberry1.600-876-7060.
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TECHh
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otto booulllul Bolso.
E xo o iii i o n l w o g o s a n d
ifits. Corooropponubonoflts
for
quality technician.
nity
oxporionco prelonod.
GMoxp
nocossory. Join our
not noc
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Moving
nnd Ironsloom. I
allon osslsionco,
poitnllo
Tom Browning, SorColl TO
Manager.
Vico Mo
1^1-800-B50-e«9
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RICULTURE
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1 and bonodl packogo
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” 300
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rosume to Sutton &
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Pott
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[18-728-4449.
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There's
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TORNEY
lutuie.
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c liisli
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secUon
of1 Com
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4 Mol McLom 764- fOO NkR
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268
64-2465 or Stove Mlllorl,'
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764
of com—
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JTOMOTIVE
putofir fnetworking & datailnlor: M ust have 2 yrs. ba se0 pprogroms. Must bo
ood
communicalor
&
ixp,. oxc. hrs, & wages. 0 flood
o’^P
skills. It you
ipply In poraon ot Char- hovo0 people
p
npp
lorochallengnoc Troitors. 452 Soulh w o looking
iool
careor with a local oscom pany wilh
I K lished
S
ti stalo rotnlllocations,
JTOMOTIVE
a t benofits & a good
loklng lo r quolifiod per- OronU
Koonvironmoni. Ihen
Mjn for ollgnmont. brakes w o 'k
d your
rosumo to Acj, boslo m ochanlc skills. »ono
y
intIng O e p a rlm o n t;
l O l K & f u l l b o n o l l l s cou^rtt
D .B o x 1 2 9 6 .T w ln
II.lD aM 01-t295.
mo based on oxp.
Jncotn. Jorom o, Idaho.
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REMEMBER
>
a t birthday ad you piacod
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somo
tlmo ago In 7?io
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Tlmos-Now9
? N o w lslh o
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Jmo
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olcturos. Stop by Tho
J!
Customor
Sorvico Dept
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TheTlmes^SCT
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CUSTOME
SERVICE
RiCAL
S Sporary position for dota
ry. M ust bo dependonlry.
a b lelo.
. a c c u ra te & hovo
xJ t key boarding skills.
jjood
Apply
Jly with Tonl a t TFC &
front dosk. 660 Shoh , froi
sh o ornno S lro o l E a s l. No
sno calls ploaso. EOE.
phono
CONSTRUC
RUCTION
■ Nalional
p
lal posl-framo
conslructlon
c
3n company
sook(Illed o n d som is k llloid
d c o n s tr u c tio n
w orkoro.
iro. Y oor-round
work nvo
I
ivnilablo.
Framing
and room
>ollng oxporionco
roquostod
Itod. Compelllivo
bonolils.
Us. nnd inconllvo
packogo0
30 cllorod. Sinning
wogosI commonsuralo
coi
lo
constructi.
uction oxpoilonco,
^ p ly ln
i
Inpporsonil:
Clearyy building
Bi
Corp.
L 1010 Soulh
Hazelton,
to n , ID 63335
(208)829529^564
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chock your nd (01
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on the firat
1^ -,
hal 11 ains, as Tho
s- N o w s is n o tr o »lblo
f lor errors oftot
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Concroto Finishers.
Poy ^opoi
oponds on oxporionco. C:aii
all'423-9052 ovos.
- -u o n iT i,
'RUCTION
^ lE R E M ETA L
WORKS
I is accopling
<S INC
oppllcallc
lollons for pipo fittors, weld
velders, mill wrighl.
sho^ and
and (lold poslllons.
por hour plus bono f i t s8do
I d o p o n d in g on
rosumo
“ 5 "lonco-.Sond
S
sforoncos: PO Box
p«.M o.iD »320a
nOMESTO
- tte o p o rs
_7 3 4 ^ 7 2
872 or 735.1782.
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DRIVERS ON OTfi
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ATTENTIOf/ERS
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and outIncluded. Mllkor
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idod. Must
side holp noodod
Sign on now I&ho
■ m o w ilh
lo o d a n d
know how to foo
holidoys o l knowing
h
:olvos. Cnll
you
core lor baby colvo
your lamiiy. kn
?6-310l.
1 paying driv568-3391 or 588-3'
hnvo a good p
733-0626.
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tho yonr. Coll E
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635-0015 oxt.
1
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Service
Din
Trucking Co. E
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holidoys.
musi
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skills. Bo a proven
735-0038
lavo a posot poopio & havo
PARM
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Excollont
vboy. oxporislon lor Quality.
Foodlol Cowbi
.sary. compuicompensationI & bonellt.
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d g o h e lp fu l,
to include: 100%
C paid
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health, dental,I. life
life insurb oarding client
ov. benefits,
II sts h a rin g .
onco. & prolil
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10:66-4 0 E ast
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Sniary DOE.
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iv e r C a t t l o .
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S n o k o R lvF*a lla , ID o r
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:rs , ^ n e x p c r ie n c c d Driver
ie n c e d
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Neod drivers
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with CDUA
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and gooc
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O u t ) , Ti
ra m s,
48stalos,
ilos. home regulnriy.
C o n sist
Nowoqui
oqulpmont and good
b e n e lits
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11357
qi Bluo Lokos Blvd. N o rth
QUAUF
VURED DRIVERS
Tw in FaUs, ID
\
WANTED
•Compotl'
til F olr M o re In fo rm a tioon:
n:
. Fringe b<
c a ll
1.800-347.9438
. now ‘eoqu
quip., high HP
(Do P r^ pnrcd For An Inlorviow.
. $500) dgn
alg on bonus
(D Bring Your Work HIbL)
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condos
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Cniri-60C
•600-453-7222
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4380402
il p achago. ToloG ood tocafioi
M azd a V o lk sw a g e n Isi
com pany in Twin Falls, I nT- h e r e otc several sales jo b oopenings,
Ing Doportm ont hoa an
on
one o f |
p
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days Of 436-4
36-4850OVW.
Sales oxp, proforrod bui ■ , ,
ImmocJUKO oponing forr aon
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now occopling op p licapcclally fo r y o u . _
will train. Salary common- ■ w h ic h may b c cJcsigneci c sp c
oxpcrloncod pho to g|raralions fot oj-perioncod caxt
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m in er*
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TELEMAR
1
C o m p lete the following fo rm ar
suiolo w/oxp. u c . bonoflt I C(
phor/g»nphic dosig nio
o r.
g. light truck technicians,I.
rkotofs noodod im- ■ » , r , u c^ vT iO L O A H I
■ Tolomarkol
faradosedVKS
nd
pkg. W/401K. Sond roS u c c o ssfu l a p p lic a n ts
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■os
a s possible:
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petfiea
su m o to: R e sp irato ry I
m u s l h n v o o w orklnQ
ln g
up 10 3 w ka. C o m p an yy
pMoncarwcossary.
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m
501
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1.
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annual
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b
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s
:
ITherapist,
P.O,
Box
572,
I
)hocontfibution
to
h
ealth
Inknovriodgo of basic pho­
am. Can 733-6350.
- ■ Will train,
» & r o ih a n »
|
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hy ou^
y
Twin
Fain.
ID
83303.
.
tography a nd Macintosh
osh
auranco, EOE, Apply by
S
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nfOfsiSed
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Makors
noodod
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beB M a
ottn: Poior Yofk
No. TwinFalls, ID 83301,
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Twtn Falls. IP 83301
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= ^ ^ s l
s Z B S a n o n th O A C
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ljugo N.W,-gloss com pa­ MEDICAL
Como Grow Wilh Us..
2 yoars ol
2
, I
C ^ 733-2224.
C
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ny hos oponing for o*poS u n state Equlpmont Co.. ■
xpoRatplratory
1
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f l o n c o d a u t o g i no ssss
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Thoraplst/Toch
t u . B U r p r l E £ASE
»SI
■
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knowledj
v o ^ j o ga lRR o l E i t t f *
Installer, M usl hnvo
II
la slesi growing conirac- |
'0 a
Toam oriontod departm enl
D _________________________
conSion
oioctrteaJ
of invonlory contnji.
U >«>Sp«
min, ol 2 yoors, Mon-Frl.
to r 's e quipm onl ro n tal
i-Frlhas a 50hr/pp port-limo0
36-1170.
odgoofb
rionco a s suporvi*
- . Gfool pay. S250 sign O'l
or
r,
company h a s immedialo I
oponing, Musl b o RRT,
3 . 1 have been selling f o r ___
o io n a tw u t j e r O V E . 5 4 5 0 a month
mi
;0 L a big plus, Enbonus, Coll9-5pm,
openings for tho loiiowing ■
CRTT or idoho liccnsuro0
Mr^’ cOL
a stic te am playor. * H a m o lbo ^a a
1.e0»668-3e49 ___
r e n t t r o a t h e s ea c o n d
Counter Soles
■
■
oiigibio. Apply at CRMC
a w M n g to s e s l
thusiasti
fl. Mon-Ffi. 9-2 S ol
4 . 1 have sales cxpcrier^ce In:
s ig w y
a m t.
t n a e « a g o a klong
11
Musl havo good p hone I
Human Rosourcos. 1501
8-5 pm.
I
MAIKTENANCE
3 solary
plus modiD
voice,boabieiotakoconIhamortir a l T r a d o
t a t f d making th
en
anuHiland Avo.. Builoy. ID
□ appliances O au to saless G auto service
.
$1300inddontilborwrfita.
»
FutI timo porson tor manu
^
ttrisn ic a
.Washing- pEgBpgyraertontlis
in
tro l of a c o n v o rso tio n . I
la so
8331B. For informmion
(actucino .plant. Pioasc
□clothing G fu m llurc □ «h w
i d w .„
s e a or cafl
J a r o t a e p r o p erty
r ty. .T h e
know lodgoobio in con- I
I “ ISS
asod
call (2Cfl)677-6420
call 734-3695. Poy basot
FraidlRftxtTstsM sU ta is on
n tthhe top
”
siruciion equipmonl. and _
• Qinsuiancc Q rcjil e s ta te t
on cxpo,ij<^nco.
ERS
* C n x U p r^
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t« ly ra Jenter.
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your CTOdA report
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2500 s q .tt o n main
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information
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upto
to S1.940 this summ er
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oxlowing consulta nt posiExt. B-1(
applicant m ust havoD on
advtfue.
M ttysubcS betate
on
this
reoi»
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while
ganilions;
MD
for
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Di•vp4t«
on
t
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cou
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MISCELLANEOUS
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basic
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V in ta g e
3 0 «M
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INDUSTRIAL
quaiii
once
Utiiizalion roviow position Your employmem spociaiaiily, C A U SFC BorW i
dopond o n o x po rion
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00
informaljon
about
n
Falls
Care
Contor,
a
Croup, fne,
116
MANAGER TRAINEE
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so AVON C h rislm as, S8-S suiting
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3or
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buymg
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kflSCELLANEOUS
lunlli
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|0 0 ^ ____
niiios available now lor
lunity
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loam. Full company bor
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128800-676-0621, Ind/sis/rop rO’i>ijrson noods lo havo oxp,
Federal
Trado
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LPNs.
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g u a r a N
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i b d rm . 1
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Bridgoviow Blvd. TF.
vainaad.
dren.
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MISCELLANEOUS
drc fooding. loaling. Dovacation. Homo# Amor
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pany. MEDICAL
d . On
1/3 acre, tefxad.
O ctilality core n must. Now
D .Conal
. 2 Fraud Informa- c . | | o nI yvoo u r m o rtg a g e
higher
income. For moro
rnan.
orMon.-Fri. lor Hortz swing
nig
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1423^440
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1-800-876n
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so n a t B rid g o v io w Es208-733-2224_________
3;____________ .
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oflor
top
salorios
and
7
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8a.m.-4p.m.
Mor»,-Fri.
one
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bondablo
8a
1 o x c o llo n t b e n e f its
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m ,.n J i i _______ ;__________
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pack
n x l acros.
ickoge. For immodiaio
"w w
C ash loans.
m s.S300!oS300o.
a n i e e s t oI)!s e n m e rMEDICAL
Springs Park Hotol is oca<
3350 g . 3390 nM
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m p i
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comhab, su b -acu to . olzhoi1a n d cow
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o ils . ID 8 3 3 0 1 . FAX
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108)734-0647. P h o n o
^DEPENDENT
quirose llin g s. O p e n in g s lor
oxporionco aro oil roquin
:08)734-4264. EOE,
IND
mmoihoso who oro dodicatod
2 4 0 s q .n .
monts of position, Immi
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INIOR ROUTES
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sorvico
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dlaie oponing. Please
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4* tjd n n s . 3 bftaths.
a th finS tatsM ortsaae
3 ! 7 d a y^s. T h e r e
AILABLE
IN
THE
MldStM
FICE
MANAGER/
hot
N ew ro o f
are pioud ol tho jo b s thot
' ply in porson al 1357r Blue
Gii
B or
feaS 3
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'IN FALLS AREA 733-0002
or(800)967-3535
ion
X42^5444
Ihoy do. Apply in porson
Ijikes Blvd. N.
jokkeoplng
and
compuiTW
IN
(20t
------ol Rock Crook R ohob
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ch arg e I
T w i n F a lls O i r c C e n t e r ,
• skills ossonllal. Energy
MANAGER
a n te e d
h e l l o n v a lJl ^e '. B y
& Medical C o n to r, 640
3UTE800
fid onlhusiasm a plus. . RQ IT
S ra ^ D A Y ?
Truck fioot m a n ag e r, n
3 b c h ti.2
l o n g - t e r m c a r c lf a c il lty , 1
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1S734-4333
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o fsi
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cascai
lonwood St
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oppiicaiions for o n oflico
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645,
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by pfiono
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rn
736-9288. ’__________
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m isoyoualaanand
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1/4 oera lo t 556,000. .
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STATE REALTY. INC.
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H!E O A P T S / T W I N F A L L SS 22 td f - m .
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REALTY
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Pets. Can 734-M
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2
bdrni.
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3.0 a h o a t 543-4867
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b a se m e n t f o r.s to ra g e .
T W i a F A L L S -- R
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W D .s o ^ B u » L 3 t e S w i . N.
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16
NO 4 bdrni, 5475.
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IT alwtys
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th e excoptional prico o t ~
36-2468 for details
servico. Mot
7 3 3 -5 3 3 6
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Bwei2 hdrm. X ra F B a J L S B O lB
lS600_^o
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- 3 bdmi, Stovo &
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plan. 4 extra largo bdnns.
{Falls/BlQ W ood w ato r.___ iome?
'- « - S .L a rg o 2
734^671
^G0^reen Tree Rnancial
fid. 5 6 5 0 p e r mo. TW IN FALL
DW incl,
fl ebSTTtn ; WAatTStcraGC Otri(
3 b a th s , fo rm al living
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1-800-58i-1904
Call 324-4
CSrT5»e»cnN.VBa3»an«
room, combination oxer“ S170.000. Call Antho­
»H aO TS 8auH jrypnBfle-l
3T t
lng
,aep. 734-4120. t w i n FA L LsSmI e r n t z
7 3 4 -6 7 8 9
3.exOtrrifc- ! or. C aU ,73& 9S t9
ciso/hot tub room all on
' todayl
IE 107
5550.
—
ny
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Titan
1974
JE
ROME
1
I
bdnn..
2
story,
1
o n o level with a p prox.
Iroom. Appliancos.
d
gj
I JM aBaM K narwraiTt n
6
0
4
A
C.oarage.
yor
3
bdmi,
1
baih.
Roady
to
3
bodrooi
2950 sq.fL and 3+ ocnn.
a^asaS
=S ai i
608
Horeof«isturo.
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bo
movod.
S7500/otfor.
Hora
W/D.
$500
«
dc
Pricod to soa a t SI 74.600I
COUMERCIAL
: QftZgC3JTgTB52.
Jail 734-3569
Elwoo
/D UPLEXES
p e t8 :C a ll7 3 4 ^
Call Jonn Hutchison to­
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REALTY
cSi'
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day ter further Wonrnuton ^
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733-4321
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mobilo homos, singles.
js e to schools.
TWW FALLS- •
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doubles, from 1977 ond
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1 rolrig. garago.
5335.2 bdrms
i
513
Have a variety cf
* C M D « 7 3 » . 9 7 S^ l __
B estvalueinT
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Sp'Coll 734-4320.
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taoan
kttstwT«!ne.
sacbt?
Brigtit.spacau;
vood 8. E vans
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NEW MODEL ON LOT
N oartSl.H oliai
jliaaySpoaal
if liio e i. siaiij itnm
W IN D E R M E R E
ME 2 bdmi. 5395.
° ^ O I N a.1i bdrm.apLAll
* p « c te s«^9
opportunity.
3 groups ol
73 4-3373
i
'8Govomor14x70w/llviog
. Cat ok. 5400/
.K o o flis a rn
o
raoietiL
Call
v ie * . e » l3 t e**"w ee
R ealEstaio
rman, 3 bdrni. 5475
undovoiopod residonllol ~ ac
CALLT O L L FR E E
' ts & 1 com m ordal lot
room tipoul, 3 bdrm, 2
dop. 934-8954,
734-680
BBOO.
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appls.
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extra
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rim viow. 20B-362-6201
Jt. Fenced yard.
3 bdmi
rm. 2 bath dblo wido
t w in FALLS Immodiato _ or 20B-352-4297.
C n ll7 3 3 « isa . _________ I iftdw Se* ia m n sn a l a
"co
0 ,o ler. 512.900 - 10%
nklors, ConUal T W I N F A L L S
down on opprovod oodil.
o n quiot
jlot private lol. S475
^ ‘0
U quklalioaA a'963bdmi.
STORAGE/
H uOliDss. C all C n ooyy a t I
.C- S5 0 0 /m o f
tvjm es. 2 bdrnt
Jn rs.S 4 « 0 .3
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& 4 bdrm . hom os m ust
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837-6402
bdmtfi.
5495.
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$8,000
to
$24,500
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QO. Incredible doals. We
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*0 tiookups.
■ ■ O B B JE HOB
S torogo. WD
I
BROCKMANS RV
JE R O(IflE.
M E z a 3 bdrm s.
c ar views. 4 bdrm homo *
tod
JEROME. Socurod Bgtitod
finance. Cafl immodiatoty.
w
ajh
ere.
Tila
|.«75.N
op«tS.R
ol!.
(Across
from
Cindy's)
S360
S47
guost houso. garago,
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outside parking s p a c e .
733-2224._____________
yS p e c ia lS O J S O E - C l a s n Z :
o v c ln ,..
324-4203 or 734-4320
Call 324.2834
324nit,
shop, tack room, orchard.
l*J
515/m o. or 10X15 unit.
. r e n i . C a ll
SBim .ali**ew!iac
TWINFALLS
corrols. waior rights, yr
525/m o. P lo aso call E2
EZ
Sliiara, S S 3 nna
1322W ashi
ShmglonSt. N
734-6600^ ^
3 i S 5)M
S iE, 2 8, 3 bdrm s,
RENT TO OWN
35a t 324-I236 or 324-9235round pavod accoss.
___
i.5400«5300 deposit,
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lEROME
wo
hovo
movod
S375-S4I
Loaso/purchaso NE aroa.
Roaltor ownod, 5255,000.
so ccall 324-2841.
TWI N F ALLS
U 3 bdrm. 3 • • * • • » » » • * •
&
nood
Io
soil
our
vory
P
lo
aso
icatod noar CSI.
3 bdrm. 2 bath, foncod.
Call Slovo aaiidgo,
*’5 "
balti. Loca
nico
14X70
Buddy
Mobilo
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S750/mo. Avail, now. 726
aerial. 5650/mo
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Hailoy Roalty. Inc,
1150 Impoi
Homo. It's roady to b o J E R OIM
H E.
t 3 o r 4 b d rm .
op. Call Adam or
CatTiago. Can 736-1170. ’ 208-764-9228,
or houso. 5550/mo*♦ 5650 dop.
movod. S8,50a'ol(or, 52734-0400
dop. 886-7100.
Walt at 734
3411 or 527-3209.
&500) do[
me
TW IN F A L L S , 1 bdrm ■ HAGERMAN: '/>acro lols
:#ll
wo'it
Uo
ll
alli
TWIN
FALL:
S3.000
bolow
appraisal.
34
XS
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Country. S50K. Cosh out.
Call
t 733-0931 0X12.
ftirted.
^ " a l u oiinT
in w in.N E W 2
— CI«S»:ilBa. 733-0331. ^cS t^llo
X
g 2 6 N .2 6 0 0 E 733-203a. - S16.500. Coll 837-&I02.
Wa'rarcai^ whon you ami
------------: bath, carports.
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R I N
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W
TWIN FALLS, Forodosod• HAZELTON horso hoav- POCATEUO
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1993 14x70.
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homos. Ito monoy down.
lor, sanitation. &
2
bdrm
.
2
balh
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$19.500.00.
Can
B25-5617
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lowncare) d
providod. 2140
cond.. lots ol options. Con
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p
u
joboiiT
Rco3ocan800-733^B88. »
Ih..5540/m o, •»
r«&r r c p n s c a e o tf re
■ KURPHVa HOT SPRINGS
C
O movod. Call 324-6963.
bo
^ I^ IM
C d i r 7 3 » 9 n « t f li> r>
)Vm O ALLOW“ OVI
S lo ts. S3000, lako ovor
be
^ E t ESTIMATES
a NCE SIS
:i5 0 o fI1 « tm o .
_______
T W IN F A L L S 1 9 8 0
poymonts, 736-7119
C A a 324-3490
i3or734-8S74
VanDyko. S19.000/oHor
CA*SCENIC
Vt
C a:iJonorSholtyat735^ ^=[ a7 YOUR HOME
LLS Cloan studio
0496
• 14« Acre*- Snake Rivor
C Of 423-6328
IN 9 DAYS
id ry . 5 2 3 5 /m o
H IB i
v ie w s o lC lo a rL a k o
W
roe -spodal report.
, K 5d Jo p . Q u ie t, n o
E U IO B a E B » U l«
TWIN
FALLS • Now conTTlW H K A U S
ROOFOtG a COATINGS
Bridge, homo, pasture.
—
ALL 800-299-7454
M O H OSnCE
|/pols. 734-9263
PJ
PLASROOH
733-7221 » 32S^BS7
• 150 A cres ■Foncod pas's"t r u c t i o n on 1 a c r o .
Slotudlsrt^netBis.
S®j8 8 .5 0 0 . 51.000 c a s h -nwiNFA
rosidOf^tiaL
tu ro , sp rin g s. S oulh of
« S .^ S I& » O s w K
LLS
bock.
Oakwood Homos * . nc ,S^ ^ O u t ^ “ "*
i- c o r ttia c s s is ic ip i''*
Bufldup roots. Most minar
t w in FALL
Bollovuo
ll
SOZZTSBiM
rs S lU B sn rtc a p tt
733-7755_____________
com ?^
L « ite re p a« » d in 2 4 h rs.
EQ U A L HO USIN G
• 4,85 Acre# ■ Hillsido lot.
lAdeareUtaacakt
otP arkA pt*.
^ r3 * P L A B p S g ^ .
bordorsBLM.Albion-lust TVnN FALLS. REDUCEOI
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OPPORTUNITY
minutOStOPomorOllO,
-ryy
B
ONLY 518.900. 3 bdmi. .-w imJ FALLS
»
U b « a .R R S a iS ta q p
Bt oat^^R B csgnrB t
r34-4195_______
'Weddtr
4 bdtm, 2
73^
M ratf mala n^alUina n
R O B E R T JO N E S
o2 b a lh m o b llo h o m e , '? L , hh hhom
B
nom ais£sale£1
E terneH ezm tL H Bto
f o wilh lamily
Ms nmnoworls M taa lo
U ± s Townhous.
H
SM FMr Homing Act whKh
Extra-lovoly docorotlng
din9 .tm ac8moia,sas9
W sn aQ o T fflg afta
Tl. Fonced yard, douREALTY
Iwith high quality upgrades
makas I BWl to (tfxtUM
te s s c s .s lp s iv D ils
— roisrw iT f riTHF
g a ,ra g e , S750/m o,
“ ^^bam
n r . 1 balh, 5435
Gcavci. sand 4 lopsoa for
*>rty pntaranea ImUDan or
Mo pets. 736-2838.
^ >5% 8fl im iioaars.
7 3 3 -0 4 0 4
^induding nowor roof, wnerveioya. pofUng lots. etc.
n o is tor sa le. Call
*
tor
^ im or Wall al 734-0400 t w in FA,LLS-1
South Mam. Z & aS3B.
^ BDSSBSECaSE,^
or
If' hoolof, carpots. storYouC3 I IB i loa O s iif S r f n
U
&2 b dm a
21OS01
C W tS .H «:S.IJ=K S
S S w te ilw P lu te jT w
a g o s h o d , Musi so o 10
1-800-262-5001
to
N OHTHWE5rCO.M C
util.
Also
2
bdrm
lutSontl ctlQin, Dt «n 33«B3DT-BTFato
approdato,
CALL KATHI yvVIN
F.
EXT, 1211 .
Q
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NFALLS.Clo.nl
i
733-1234
Mamicn, e maka
wtfi
Edith 733-9141.
•
« 3& ^6U li> C assa
SCHRADER 736-9219,
bdrm.
fl
m. garage
W/D hookprafaiane*. Ilmllallon or
« o > a c s ^ s 2 ie a h c
SAND&GRAVEL
ettolmlniUon.* Familial
.
»96-235.
op. gas
0X S - 2 bdrm,apg a s heal. AC. no ptos. TWIN FAU
JM sa cK reiiS ysratF F iN G
ita tu t Inciudaa cmioian
i
n
ROAD GRAVEL
J
wolor
Includod.
smoking.
5380
mo.
roipis
a
n
d
*
undar tha to* ol to Uvlna
I iN O T M E P R O P E R P j
■
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UMGAKDClEAWm
—
DEUVERY 4 GFIAOING
dop. Call 536-2468
HAUU*
ncos ♦ dop. 733-4760
S400*do|
sllh patanli o> ltsa<
I
OlaOkcnds
■
AVAILABLE
o a lo tei: t«aon*nl wman
KlUBERLY. JUST LIST­
ALLS • Avoiiablo
Eslmial
N FA LLS • L argo 4 t W u T f AL
males Iree. 733-3SS1.
H
ED • DUPLEXI 2 bdrni, 1
townhouso
---------rm . 2 .5 b o th , q u ie t
now. 2 bdrm
bc
STATE
FIEALTY,
INC.
b
d
rm
tMUh units with firoplaco.
,
aefcBtgiwrO e g f l i ^
H
TMt n«w»pap«f olU nol
n 3-plox. 1'/• bath.
H oustt
ghborhood. SBSO/mo.
in now or:
carport with storage unil. ______ 2 i2 f5 ? ---------iots.
H«n
5 0 0 doposil. Call Anirg d o so
t storago. AC.
HtownEcKDB
Sb c c r
s s 3 i ,» ..s :
locaiod In good resldon- __
tmrneraal-ncaudeTSial
1
ango. dishwasher.
•Comn
10 324-2236^24-5928.
rolrig. ran
520
I
r^o«o3S
aMdi I* m vWlBflon ol ma
tial orea doso to schools
E
oil Iree masianiBSiin
I bparPsloScm ns
Ily room, covorod
-ToiH
ln>. O u ntOtn ara hanOy
& g ro cery storo, CON■ REAL ESTATE _
Off.-wfll girw raim snL -a
N FALLS
2 bdtm w/,
Mo3>
inlonMd IMI tfl dwafflnot
TWIN
Fi
g, eomo-uU litioB.
Vti c V o n ry -? ^ ............... O
_TACT_THE.HESS T p \M
I
' U r T ° *L"* ■iii"ugg » P c ~
■■ - a<MrtaadkiU*na>M(Mp*(
port, no pois/smoklng.
5tjmali2S.
WANTED
corport,
a. Near CSI 5550
cstiir
aie «vallal>l* en tn aqual
focmorodotails.»96-381.
|
g ? 2 n g » a e S -7 3 ^ g g S
™ d oJop.
. crodit ctieck
ro o5mm If o r W /D .S 4 7 5 *
SERVCE
-------- oppwtunllY bails. To
i*to m 's T o n ^
^
Exocutivo noods homo to
oloctiio
Ctridly. 734^023.
ComplotD sharpening.
d. CaJl 734:4411.
esmplain oi dlaciMntllon
BKB S I S L 'S G a E C A R E
oanma
Prom Floor T a
l o a s o w llh o p tio n l o ----------cMhUOTdMaaall-aOOC atbido4stoalsaw 3.
L
for
applications.
OT«ai;.P3BT0f:s;
fi FALLS 2 bdrm. famCeilmg
860-8777. T^a Toll-I»aa
puTChaso. CALL 736-1170, HWINF/
Oippor sfiarpoR*iQ-r^»Br.
Bondod
£ Insured
-A L L S O u io t2
Bo
(*
yOential&Gommoical
1 p iB S « iw arS a * T O
STATE REALTY. INC, —
o p p l.. c o v e r e d
Hcsule
73*-«050»1-a)(MT1-40SQ- - ^
QgT-azK
I
f1S € t o Fngg ta s mataa.
7 3»«sn
734-0400
S S i . l.5495mo.1sl-lasl5
c a n B u g g 733-7543
a
pets.
733-2523
—
IN F A L L S 2 b d r m . dop. Nop
^CL£AHlHGSB?VaS
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mmomal - R esdonual
U ±S. FrooUlH»ni
Comrr
'T W IN FAU
■ soonasccs
NowCondruclem
SUILOINQ LOT NEAR *
Ne
2 EXTRA LARGE BUI
2 b d rmn . a p t. N o p e t s ,
ca^^esrj'-eecaical
™
)N AMONG
FINE HOI.'ES IN *
N FALLS 3 bdrm, 1 % l o o s e I&& r e f e r e n c e s .
* S nake R iv hi C any on
/
FasntJBs-fiBrnerafl*
A n
TW INR
r=n»eaiaaaa
».*dep.
324-3589.
^
TREE SERVICE
ON
IN
NORTHW
EST
TwiN
*
«w/rffoploco,552Srtno.
S400/mo.
51
/
»
*
*
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bomw/
M
L
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tfcme >-9;«eaBzi»t
* BRAND NEW SUS01V1SI0^
r36<SC -32& < S0B
«
Serving UagicVaOoy
O B k s& F srC B
TIMES CLASSIFIED
i s1,i &&lusl + 5300 deanCABLE TIV AfJO NATURAL ^
* F m s . C ity s e w e r ,, ca
ALLS. S IM MOV--------Wood Rhrer Vaney
T DEPARTMENT
lngI dop.
doi No pois. Lease tW N i-m
lowsnce. Newer 2
I GAS ABE AVAILABLE. C
C lo s e t o tow n with *
orwherevor
U 733 5256.
1 balh, 2 bdrni. 2
M H
• 5 9 ,5 0 0 .
*
FREEESnU ATES
* GHEAT, GREAT VIEW. *S
208-7 3 4 -5 5 3 8
n appliances. 545073fr3S18
---------------------------------- TW ININ
I F A L L S C l e a n 1 both.ollo
*
op, Waior, sanltarm.
hom
o.
5375/m
o.
5500*dop
)M FOR THE POOL TABLE J —
521
I
bdrm .
I PLENTY O F ROOM
lawn careprovklod.
A -iE snfK a iJL
D A LFST K E E U U B
A saacoF A sr
Jl 734-7224 evenings.
WILY
MANUFACTURED ------ ----------------------- 733-2983
J IN THIS SPACIOUS FAM
IL HOME. ALL ON KWIN * g
183 or 734-8674.
Experi
petthB i^pt9.3npir9,a
C H tp p w a
_gtegyw
grSg«aB
}PEN ROOMS. 3,174 SF. ★ I
N FALLS Cozy 1 b d r m . -------------' Formidtfi ordisposaL
tedutir^.S B K elS JB
^
* LEVEL WITH LARGE 0P&
ALLS. 1 bodroom.
wntown. Suitable for 1 TVfiN FAI
Ja tslB B B orsm afl.
S lu m p g r i n d o r . F r o o
'2 BATHS.
2 FIREPLACES J ■
gionOns.Ugit g ro e no?.
* 4 BEDROOMS, 2 1/2
E
aal. W /0 hook up.
I H o u s in g e l i g i b l e g a s hoal
SregLossirQ. ow ner
”
esdnatB s. Coil (2087734■
HOMES
TWlNFi
paiuinc FHEE
J PLUS AN INDOOR JQ. LOTS OF NICE EXTRAS ;
■nLNopets.S360/^
50/mo.
733-7078.
full
bsmL
7
3
3
^
7
3
downtc
Z7*Zor(208)73M123
ESTJIBCTB 73SCSBS
-rno*S36C
>60 dep. 423-4532.
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“ ' ” 5'“^
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moduli.
733-0931.
a 3263319
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N O IIT II
A K Q 5
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♦ A 9 8 7
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stars."
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e n s e ra re ly g e ts - * - J - 8 - 77 3 ------------- 4 i A 1 0 G
linst a touch-and- V 3 2
the job done agains
V A 4
u c e e c d , t o d a y 's
♦ Q J 10 2
po {jamc. -To suc«
4 5 3
E osl m u st b e imagi
4 > Q J 10 6 7 4
aginative and s e l + 0 5 22
his sighls on a w orti
orthwhile goal.
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•
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S o u lh lo o k Wci
A 0 4 2
queen an d led a, tru
tn m p , losing to
V Q J D8 G
E a s t’s a c c . D u m nm y ’s d ia m o n d
♦ KG4
holding p ro m is eidd ino fu tu re in a
+ AK
diamond re tu rn , so E a s t led up lu
dum m y's w eakness
e ss. H e sw itched Vulnerabi
able: Uolh
lo h is c iu b q u e;e
e n . T h is lo s t lo D e a le r: Sc
S o u lh
all hope of bcatSouUi's king, u n di al
suppcurcd. Soulh The biddii
ing liie g am e disup
liiinE;
one of
drew tru m p s a n d caplurcd
c;
.....
W est N o rlh
E ast
West’s d iam ond ho
honors. A fter he f y
P a ss
3 V
P a ss
c o n c c d e d a d iaam
m o n d to W c sl. 4 y
Pass
P ass
P a ss
dummy still h a d1 a high diam ond
for a d isc a rd . S oout
u th d iscard ed a Opcninglt
B lead; D iam o n d q u een
spade an d h eld hlis
is 110.SSCS to only a
________________________
diamond, a sp a d e aain d a trum p.'
~ ~ S i IID
D W ITH T H E A C IiS
E ast’s sw itch to clubs
(
w as a futile g e s tu r e . Soutl
lu lh h a d to have
bolh Ihe a c c an d kking o t clubs lo
lolds:
justify his opening
,ng bid. Gomg for
A A 10 G
his la s t h o p e, E: a s t sh o u ld have
¥A 4
switched lo sp a ddes
e s a fie r winning
♦ 5 3
Jaturally. ace and
his trum p ace. Nati
♦ Q J 10 8 7 -1
a n o th e r w ould acc
accom plish nolhS u u tli
ing. so E a s t m u st sw
s ild i ll) a low N orth
24.
spade. W est c o vrcrs
c n S o u th 's c ard
**
lo force a sp a d e hoi
hon o r from dum- ^ *
Vest
my, and w hen W
es g e ls his diaE U : T h r e e n o - tr u m p .
mond trick , u s p a dt e r e tu rn n e ts A N SW/ E,
c o m p l i c a t e m a i l e r s by
two Iricks to b e a t Ui
llic gam e.
lg a m a jo r-su it sto p p e r . Bid
W hen th e r e ’s5 no
ni hope in tw o showing
m
gam ee a n d h o p e i l p la y s w ell
side suils, one mlUSl
us tiy Uie tliird.
s u r s id c .
:a n provide som e fi om your
hoping p a rtn e r can
help.
?i^Mnboiiito TV An-v 1*.0 [hn I2>U.
.So.,lbnd,*.rjr
TiOiwli.'W.SKInrniJy.
IMU«.TXTi03
Kill
U-blrJ IVJI1..C
coprnsliii
iloio
I QOLF CLUBS. Comploif
bon
sot of Ram lodios w/bog
554.
SiSO/offof. Call 736-8554
----SKI PACKAGE Quality
" ‘yAHCTIC CAT -90 Pfpwl
r^O f
k-2 5500 skis, 200 long
440 long tra c k . Exc
M arker M-31 bindings
cond. S2600. 786-6041
N o rd lc a F -6 S y n tooccIh
3I0S.
lOOZRT
11 •' 2 6 polos
A flc n c CAT -96 8002
L lonn
U s o d 6 li m e s . S 3 5 0
400 a c tu a l m ilos.
Ic
?.5331^
531-5316.
track. S6800. 423-53:
— I
ARCTIC CAT19952RB
2R0W : i
910
Now motor, pipos &
I t r a v e l TRAILERS
poddlo track, oxc. cond
co
908 I p e
SNOWVEHICLE:
& EQUIPMENT
H O M ES a s low a s 5 3 30
d o w n . S 3 3 0 0 m o n lh
O.A.C.
0.
Call 733-2224.
4C '9 3 S u b u rb a n SLE
QMC
X 4. P o r to c t c o n d .
4X<
23.500.726-5909.
S23,
TOYOTA
TO'
'9 3 PU AC.QOod
tir o s , s to r o o c a s s o tlo .
b'
Bluo.
Vory cloan. 56700/Ol
/offor.
Call 736-8928
—
'
1008
I
AC. S u b u rb a n , 1986,
X4. oxcol. c o n d . Full
^ ower. 58,900, 733-5763.
—
CARRIE U T E ’85 31'.<ibft.
ft.
pull.
Slh whool, o asy to pull
Excollont condiUon. S750(
'500
Coll 324-4249 or324-723‘
'239
T
COACHMAN Royol TLI 38
ill
5,^,
Mini condition
Call 544-2432 leavo msg
--------------------------------!1!2;
2!
IravFOUR WINDS'93 33 -trav
oi Iraiio r, 2 b d rm . se ll
l
com.. AC. awning, fibor
g l a s s o x to r lo r . gooc
shapo. S13.900.
BROCKMANS RV
324-4203,734-31677
—
PICKUP BED w/bumpor.
^ T on,8ft.0lfolo-92D 0dQ 0
I V. ton. Coli 537-6595.
—^
L
I
4X 4S
■m
CHEVY-80%
ton 4X4.350
dl
ongino. 8 9 .0 0 0 original
m ilo s. C o ll 7 3 5 -6 7 0 7 ,
days
or 736-0644 ovos.
^
----- ------------------------------_5;
CHEVY ’8 5 S-10 Blazer.
CH
N o o d s tr a n s m is s io n .
N
S3000/offor. 733-6406
CHEVY'8 6 'A ton. full size
Cl^
Now onnino. Irans & lires
S
54600.
Call 326-6422
MAZDA'77 Cosmo. Cloan.
n o w p a i n t , l n ta k e &
oxhaust. 53000.734-S94I.
1
I
•
909 Tn n"s
SPORTINQ GOODS
jn jH T W Q S U P P L ^
OO LF C L U B , y o a r <
Boom Boom drfvor.gni
Ilo Shan. $100.736-63
O u iA o d . . . Dm sdutiM
utJonto
>931.
dvourne«df.733-OM1
TRUcL
REAR-ENOforV.tonForc
355ratio.$150.436-482
or436-9662.
IS
Bank, Buriey
O.L. Evans
Ei,
CO. 1-208-678-9076.
Offico.
—
EP
'87
WranglBr
storoo.
d
JEEF
jn. fun. funi Wido tiros.
■ 1020
jt o s fo r s a l e I
ard&bikinilop.734-5863
JEEF
:k 7 8 LoSabrs 2 dr.
:EP. Cnorokoo Lacodo. BUICK'
fun.
1 owner. 50K
986, AC, PW . c ru ls o .
Alloriglnol.
orig
hare
S3875/otfor 837-4628
}adod. Excollont condilimlsS3(
in. Ploaso call 934-5C93.
:K -91 Century. 4 door,
ifip
jedl V6. 55,550. Call
TSUBISHI '91 Montoro
loaded
loac
,.4552 or 324.2724.
.S. P o w o r w in d e r s &
324-45
on.
—DCks. oxc. cond. 77,000
CK L o S a b r o 1 9 9 2 .
ni., 511.000/olfor. Call
MITS
10. full powor. 64.000
'68-3352 or 720-3312.
;^ X03.
s . S tereo c a sso tlo ,
LS,
loci'
SSAN -94 Ext. cab. All
AC vc
mi„
ho oxlras Low m ilos.
Call1736-8926
73
7qq
TWsyMr
—Varranly. 438-8050
(WwDboourbosllUsa
tslMd._733-t^ _____
SSAN -87 4x4 oxt. cab.
iho
oil bar. Alloy wheels, bod raD IL
L
Woi
ILLAC
- 1991 Seville,
nor. 4 cyl. 5 spd, 54.995V8, black, lon loalhor
)iior, 2 8 .0 0 0 m iles.
- ,oii
,900.
Cali
862-9220.
)Y0TA 71 Land Cruiser
S11,9Qi
lino
ixcollont shapo. 54200.
r & n iiILLAC
1
Call
- 1994 sodan
:all733'0107 aliorSpm.
'illo, low mis. 520.750.
TOYI
lulsilo car. Cail 733JYOTA '8 4 Now liros.
Exc
i3/days or 734-3750/
lockford Fosgaio sound
2363/d
Call
nings a wookonds.
■4700. Call 736-7119
OvO"i»(
-—
EP '85 Chorokoo Laro0 4X4.53000.637-4833.
C H E V Y -O O S u b u r b a n
S ilv o ra d o . E x co llo n t.
condition. Mochanlcally
C^
sound,
511.000. 733-3994
SI
------------------------------------®
CHEVY
'9 4 Choyonno. 5
_ 1spd.. 3 5 0 V 8 ,4X4.512.5O0'0 . Call 678-5607 or ovos,
7 3 64822.
t o)YOTA
y
\R S UNDER S2001
'87 4-Hunnor, 5
CARS
y
-----------------------------------Roc
icios ouctionoo off by
pd. AC. well maintained,
Vohido
JClassillod ods aro a o 'e al 547
.5500 or bosi ollor- Musi
IRS,, DEA,
DE FBI naiioowido..,
IrtvostmoflL no mailar whal
jcks. boats, lurnituro.'
iolll Call 788-6094.
Tmck^
CHyaur business. GIvo us a TOYi
jmpulors, ond moiol
spd
tce.-iIllod.-»y. 733 0931.
)YOTA.
4-Runner,
1994.
Call
:all
toll Iroo. 7-days.
-----------------------------------S55
C
Holiday Choorl 37K mis.
1-600-3^
0-396-4247 Ext. 2006
CHEVY '9 5 Silvorado 3/4 Soil
•xcol. c o n d . L o a d o d l
ton4X4.Loadod.Sl5.500. ——
iomotwno to Mfl? Sdl It
cK
:21.500/o((or. 720-9581.
?ho“low-cost
JJ!
Call 676-5607 or ovos. TOY'
way . . . wilh
A
sWicd. 733-0931.
73C-4622.
T orcol, 1985,
___________________
_______________ I-------- E5Y0TA.
xi
1X4. excelloni in snow .
ru FVY
W '94 Impala S.S. 1
CHEVY 1975 Biazor. 4x4, $21
CH
>loaso call 73 60515.
ovmer.
AT. now ong, small block,
lor. 17,000 mi. Loalhnowor liros. 734-7086.
TOY
I
or.linl.
linl.CD playor. Perfoct
~ 4X‘
^
id. 520,000/firm. Call
1010
c ond.:
CHEVY 1990 K1500. exi
PIq;
1-6087. leavo m essage
VAN & B U S E S
736-60
cab. 66.000 milos, V6. 5
spd. AC, 4" iiii, oxc. cond.
VY.
■lEVY 1990 A siro von. CHEVY. SIO. -88, 2 whool
| 3.000 miles, oxc. condi^512.000. Call 438-8281
d rivVO,
e, lo n g b o x . sh o ll
500. '9 2 S w H I 2 dr.
on. must soo to approci54500
°
CHEVY.
-93 oxiondod cab.
mis. 54800.678-5105.
JZ-71,
l
lie. Call 432-6659.
LowI mi
m any oxlras! LoadCfoC! Sllvorodo. 515,750. J~'*
324-4552 or 324-2724,
.
_
_
CHEVY. S ilv o rad o pkg.
P1993, V. ton. oxt. cab 4
whool
drivo. 454. lowing r r w
ir
pkg.
c: Dual battorios, buck- | j f ^
ot
0 s e a t s , b la ck w /gray p |
intorlor. Loadodl Supor
R
—
doanl 516.900. 324-7600
p
3OJ 324-4469 ovos
P
|,
,,
DODGE.
19S5. Ciub Cab.
E
7 Ion. 4X4, VIO. custom
E
- loalhor Intoiior, whools & t
tiros. S24.900. Ploasocall
k
|
_ 736-9294 or 737-4054.
FO R D '77F150 53000/oller Q I
Call 886-2301
I I
,,
f
FORD '91 Explorer, loadod! 90K ml. woii mainin in o d .n lc o v o h lc le .
510,000-326-3262 ovos.
S
FORD
'91 Exptoror. Gioat
~
511.400. Call 735Fcond.
t
8890 or 734-1919,
r
FORD
’94
Explorer 4X4, 5
S
—s p d .. v o ry clo an & woll
F(malniained. 27.000 milos.
S
518.500. Call 326-5317
c
FO
— R D ‘9 6 F -2 5 0 pow er
PJsiroko, 5 sp d , 1100 ml.
oxt. cab . oxirasI 326-6656
li
FORD
- 1989 Bronco, lull
•
—Size. loodod. runs good,
looks oood, now liros and
s
.' rims.
59500. 543-6748 . .
Ft
i
FOHD
1986 F250 4 x 4 .4
ii
'—
s p d . 3 0 0 c u 6 . C lo a n .
53 9 5 0 or tako small 4x4
F(
in trodo. Call 352-4465.
(
FORD,
F-150, 1977. long
v
bod,
4 0 0 SVO high perr
(ormanco
moior. 40* liros
e
with contor lino tims. inlo—
Glrior foil cago. 53000. Call
ovonings
at 734-3604.
'
C
GM C'88 i t 3500, low mis.
4x4. Sth whl hitch. brako
^ conlrol, S9200. 825-9800
\days or o ves 734-7686
,
_GMC '8 9 hoavy V. ion, 350
GlV-8. AT. AC, 61K orignal
\mi, 59.995. 324-1099
I
G M C '9 18-15 Jimmy. 4 dr,
_l
V-6. outo, air. lill.-cruiso,
qAM/FM cass. 75K ml. tow,
lngpkg,58.995.324-109S
lO O S.A C ,! '
SAAB 198 7 900S
rf. CD
pnjiso. sun roof.
C( plo y -,.
or. snow Ilros. groa
5«00/offor. B34-4
S ir ,!
im ry L E i.:
TOYOTA • « cC m
I I n io r io r.f jilorrt c o n d .'-:
B6-4145. *
733-5904 oc 788-4'
c^I’ScSTo"?
runs, 5 8 0 0 ^ '
e n n n 56 k
irst15lhAnni~Mustang, 52500. OLDS'OSHurs
lo r . C a lir
d itio n . N ow
2am ino F s . '68 33
v o r s a r y Edi
0.734-2908
^ 3 ^ 5 .
________
/el E oso pull trailer,
trona. 53200.'
. c a ll 436-6661 or
o«bB8 Royalo p —
—
436-3425.
I l i ______________
L o ad e d , sui
su p o r c lo a n .
>iooso chock your
^
ad foi I
85 Mustang
N ow t i r o s S
3n tho
c o m c ln o .i on
in first ’
53000/olfor.
SSOOO/oflor,-:
.-324-7614
day that II luna.
ns. OS
a Tho ^
2 d o o rsodan,
.s ^
Is not ro
Cail 7;
______ PLYMOUTH
errors
c n p n 87
-at Escort GT. EFI
p’l ™ - , ™ ™
i S K - ’oi,”.
; aftOf r
A C , P S , PE
S r to V ^ n S :
)f. 64K m is-5 sp d .
70,000 mlloa,
, Coil 735-8115
condilion 52595.
tlon, 51000.0
CaII7:
Reliant.
19
~ |r ■
______ PLYMOUTH 1986
11
FORD-921
ALERS > ;
lo. hoator. AC. I AUTO DEALE
92 TauRiS G L 59K
4 door, radio,
oadodll Sogo-Very
ond dock, 550
mis.Loadi
7100/olfor536-5m
nico5710(
■77 F ire b ird
/ " / l A
---‘93 Mustang- flod
Formulo- E
Eixcol. condfiis-Groaicondlllon
SharpM5280C
56999.'■ C
/ W W l
- POKTIAC 7799 T ro n s AM,
I 53480/offer.
m
'93 Escort LX. 4 dr..
extras with H
HI:
m/Fffl cass , 36.000
MAZDA'8S(/
} MX-€ S3999/ I I J
800/oflor. 536-2658
/oflor. Coll 671
[
If
■ E JTv
X 1;
YOUt
JR p
y
-----
IH L -------------------- SAAB-83 900
M Turbo, oxc.
< mi.,
93 Taurus G L Pwr.
cond., 100K
n now stch
7c r,,'u i s e , A /C . cor
ros. 886-2008roo.goodtir«
.59,500.678-1001.
q e o "9)2
2
f* otro, AM/FM.
M
a c AT.
1
a . now
tiros. 70K
ml.. 50
m
0 mpg.
54000. Call n f n R g n i i
324-3228
___________
^nA M n3 AM
ai
GRAND A! '95 GT. Very
cloan.,. rroo d . 30.000 ml..
OO. 543-8455S15.500.!
Why njn
nP ovor lown wtien
n aD
you :an
canlocale p a tti for
obDoslnthodasainod
aulomobDi
;an 733-0331.
cds-CaP?
i a i
I
Hj||pl||l
LEXUS5 ‘9
'9 4 SC400. Fully
lo a d ood.
d . 1 5 .0 0 0 m iles.
)00. Call 678-5607
534.000.
5-4822 oves.
or 736-4£
N 5 S S
_
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CES:
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.1
5
^
m A
; WAS
I
S«7,84lI O B 1 ='5.8360 i
5H
; £
?’
N
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1981 MERCURYGRANDM
1994 MERCURYTOP)
1984UNC01NC0NTINEN1
iif " “ w a s $8435 HOW$8388
i g 1982 CHEVYCELEBR
WAS $2395 HOW $2B5S
IT m c
a
WAS $2435 HOW$18110
■)!WAS $2335 HOW i l 775
rr
, M
. iW
;n
’ M
IW
50g2l
1982 HONDACIVICSW„ $
I tWAS $1335 HOW $1688
,n
h™
2H
; j
$2335 HOW $1335.
; WAS
I
g
1979 OUSMOBILEDELTA
"
i 8
8 IR
WAS $3935 HOW $2335
IR
1989MERCURYeRAN
1985 CHRYSLERNEH
N
a l ___ WAS $5395 HOW$4935
1984 lINCOUl TOWNCAR
'5
1986CHRYSURNEU
WAS $4335 HOW $3838
w
WAS $8335 HOW $4335
'5
1988 UNCOINMARK
”
WAS $7835 HOW $8335
1993 MERCURYTOPAZ
IM itM S m S '.S M
h r-
«
1933 PONTIACGRAN
11990 PONTIACGRANPHI)
15
" 1091
1991 MERCURYTRADER
iiWAS $8395 HOW $5888
m
m
I
|P E R M 0
n f g g
n m
S w
innoBSi&IIiliiUiniBW
^144?
L
m
fl-
H Q 4I
21____ WAS $18.335 HOW$9381
,
;
IP E R M O ^
1992 MERCURYSABI
ffl____ WAS $ 1 1 .3 3 5 HOW$9881
i^il
B62 1
f c i
. e s a »
m____ WAS $12.995 HOW$1D.t
m i s i B B a i Si f S M
K
yw w sl
WEliEi
l£BEHDCOHTmES.JMRREPUTATIOHGRl
i;J u C e s i f h n i s o t i ' s
^
■PODGE I
■ P E R MO ;
r ir i
l « J
a—~H25g
S'134™
1990 MERCURYSABLE
i
m mggg
1994MERCURYGRANI
WAS $3335 HOW $3377
|p r a M O
WAS $4935 HOW $4435
IR
n
y
W
^
105 J
*835
EH MQ
?l
1984 SUBARU4WDWAGO
| “
n
^
II"°!
1980 CHEVYCORSIC
CiA
$4441
SUTSASIOUABt, V
y
^91P'B
1992 HYUNDAI SCOUPE
J*
n
i 7
$8335 HOW $4335
| WAS
•
lls
I
SSIFIED L
TIMES CLASSI
D E P A R T•MENT
ME
. . . __ . __
2 0 8 -7 3 4 -5 5 3 8
•ROAD TEST
iT EVALUATION ovVER 15 POINTS
ER 24 POINTS
OVEI
• INTERIOR EVALUATION
E
ION OVER 20 POIN
INTS ^
rERIOREVALUATIfl
•BOOYEXTE
)0D EVALUATION flOVER 20 POINTS
• UNDER HOO
S
3
ON OVER 20 POINI
INTS ;
• UNDER VEH
■HICLE EVALUATIO
1992^GEOSJORM
CURY TRACER
1993 MERCI
I
n L r - a r ,i s m .t n t T ,m a B
G M C 1 9 8 7 , 1 to n , 4x4
R
'crow c ab , wilh 7'S snow
J
_plow
a n d sorvico body
2
qvery c lo a n , 59200. Col
4IW A S$8435libw $4335 ■
432-5434.________________'
|
JGMC 1993, otop-sido PU 3 ?
q
NICE TRUCK! 514,500/0 ^
,
ffer.
Call 734-6103^ WAS $7835 HOW $8500
|
—
GMC
Jim m y Totally branc H r
0 now insido & out. Groa I "
'buyll $5495. 736-8181
P
:
GMC, ‘9 6 , oxt. cab. 'A lon P IWAS $4335 HOW $44M
V8. 7K ml9. AC, loadod 3 «
521,000 Malchlng Rover 3 J ;
Toppor. S1.050.324-4274 P
i ll BEFORE Y__________
O
^ NEWDODGI
rou BUY A
I TRUCK Mil
BECAROR
MYWHERE
I 8 0 I M W liL
oiioy
FUEL INJECTION Hollo
P r o J o c l i o n 6 7 0 c ftr
$500. W h * sliJ4 ), 15x
Gold Modular. Fits 6 h d
Chovy. 5 5 0 ^ 733~<76
HOUTH 1994 V oya^
P^YMOl
AC, PW ond d oors,
>C 400. 7000
LEXUS '94 SC
m l., loa dodd w /o p tlo n .
»r. 736-9316,
535.600/offor.
____________
MAZDA- RZtT
shapo. nxc. pi
fer6 w S 1 2 0 0
MERCEDES'S'
•87 420 SEU
wock. gray loi
“ ?«” e S : T O Y O T A - m3 T
t o. r c o l [ ‘:
o r, all iho ox
10 mr.-flowi00 324-7667
Doiuxo. 57,000
ml
cond. 510.000
md. 58000-'
'
liros. excol. cood.!
e a o l E •94
'94 Tolon-34K ml. MERCURY ‘82
1-5043.
r
'8: Lynx. SH/oflor. Coa 438-504
Grayish
bi
h blue,
gray/black
ver w/red lnu
Interior.
O/ofTor^CaiV T O Y O T A . S uu pprr.a 7 ‘8 6 { ~
r. cciuslom t'^ o o *,
good. 5950/i
w /sn o w tir oIS.
s . E x co l.IAC. c aisssi
s o tio S AM/FM.
655-4401.
734-6404.^
shapo. 55000.734
^ o o i drivo. Excol. ------------------—
(jonl vrfio*
'
ndltkjnl Down crad- M U S T A N G , Q r o n d o
tonl conditi
lurbo
t:
lu s I so il. A sking
C oupe.‘69. AT
A' P S front VOLVO ’65 7600 lurl
or. lo a th er.;
1"^'o w o . 5 9 .4 0 0 .
wo
end work dom
g 7344781^
:an 7 3 4^ 528.
TSKma. 5650a73
g-4029.____________ bost ofier. Col
J lz
ARRT. 26' flal bod trailer.
S 2 5 0 0 .0 0 . P lo aso call
■733-8599.-____________ F 3O R D '8 4 flo n g o r. 4x4. f |
BA CKHOE CASE 580K ^ now V -6 m otor, reb u ilt. C
Ira n s . now p a in i/ilro s.
g
'8 9 .4 x 4 ,w /c a b . Exc.
|
cond. 528,500. 73G-1920
5S6000, T o m -543-9117
|
CATERPILLAR -4GA with FO R D '8 7 Bronco II XLT
P
till dozer, can. no hydrau- ^ E FI2 .9 U lo r.V 6 77Kmis.
5 Spd Excol cond. 54695
k
lictippor. Call 324-7409.
Call 733-3466
F
FORKLIFT ClQik. Buyer S
bockod o u t avoil. now. ^FORD '8 7 Bronco 63Kmls. | Loadodii Has ovorylhing,
E
S7950. Evos 736-1999
|
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ill
6 P 7 8 C J .5 ,3 s p d .3 0 4 :
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M O B I L E S to c hhoo<o s o ROAD RANQER, 1984
n $3
2 3 ', r e o r b o d . c lo a n
(torn. Sinning from
SJ 9 9 .
SuporS6 ,000/olfof.Call 734-6941
Your Magic VoHoy Sui
market for snowmobile
TENT TRLR- 1902, grea
Kawatakl, Suzuki. D«inri«
Poll
HOiaris
condition. SISOO/offor
O fT w inF alls*
Cail 736-8310.________
I
734-4060
-------- - Bo suro 10 inducJo priea whoi
POLARIS '8 6 400. low m .
ndvartiing itpm* for saia k
dasillhx).
S1750. ’87 600. low ml.
— . CHEVY 1 9 6 6 3 2 7 . runs
—
—
S2250. ’90 650. low ml,
~ n
g o o d . M u si so lll C ali
m oa r> 4 d
S 2 7 0 0 . '9 0 Z I e m
„S
326.M74,____________
f.
piaco trlf. to n d o m o
I im LITYTRAILERS
E 2-on/olf. S 1 5 0 0 . (
^
CHEVY, 1976, V. ton. S950
734-6823.__________
TRAlL6RS.2now.8'S‘x
i;
'xl2'
or bost olfor. Ploasocall
T B ,.
tilt trir. $475. 8'5’x10' flal
flat208-432-5508.
POLARIS -94 XLT. E
tilr.
—
bed irir. 5325, 1 PUI tili
cond. S2995. Cnll 7
.838
DODGE '83 Full slzo PU..
5175.423-4800.733-6836
4543. Ivo. msg.
----2 w h o o l d r iv o . G o o d
■
Shopo.
SlOOO/olfor.
324^
PO L A R IS 1 9 9 4 S to
■
3635, Ivo. msg.________
1995 S k ld o o S u m r
1991Poloris RXL
DODQE'0 2 0-50, nico I1IU0
__________ Qum«y'# Lown and P
|I1H
truck, vory oconomicoi,
.
>r Sports 436-0556.
■ i
55500. COIM36-49Q9.
POLARIS. 1979, Coni
Jonluri| j ! 7 ‘l!M lJlli)r\i(lL
' U'l FORD • 89 Rangor Exi. cab
on SOO. P l o a s oo cc a i i
"
67K milos. 5C500/offor.
20a-825-5635.
-----1
CHEVY '8 8 Colobrily.
1001
Front whoQidfivo. 51500
SKI-DOO Ski-60030
^
Call 543-9103_________
8lod. Call 536-2029.
,
CESSNA 150 membershii
^f’iP FOR D'87 (2)XLTLahQlSKIDOO ’91 Formula I
!:'
In
choop
stu
S'u;
F 350-S . 4 6 0 o n g ln o s.
Low mlloago. hotil.ir
gr
‘ 0'
d o n t p ilo ts w olcom?o°,B
od
CrowCabs. 1-64Kmilos.
SQddlo bog. oxc.; co
F«tS1000.Cofl736-281t
i-i2lK m io. Monyopllons
w /lroiicr. N ood to
lo so
9 il, ______________________
on both. Bolh in oxcol.
moving. 52750 forr clo
clod & k i t PLANE C ub yoiiott
cond.
Vi/ill soil 1. your
tfoHor/oKor. 734-251:
2512 or . Coconlte fabric, alw ay
choice.
733-8888 doys.
733-2187.__________
honoorod, 98% finlsho
ovos. 733-5272.
va W
“ l‘f“ llQfH loflol. No piiol I
i 'l
SKJOCO MX2.‘93. YAI
c o n so roq. S3600. Ca
;;
HA EXCITER long
In
FORO '87 (2) XLT LOfiat2nod & 543-4640 oflor 5 PM.
I
robuill ongino. T uno
-----F 3 5 0 's . 4 6 0 o n g in o s.
i
road y to g o . Excoll
c o n o n t p ,p £ n -67 PA28-140. 150
15
CrowCabs. l-64i<milos,
i
condition. Call 324-26
(-2636
hso. Climb Prop. Horto
)rton
l-i21K m io. Manyopikins
non bolh. Both In excel.
r r Slr r r
sioi, oii a d 's . nov. 96ioor
TRAILER. 20’4 placo
e s&1
cond. V^MI soil 1, your
*
nunl 543-5100 or oves
mochino trlr. w/oux.
cholco. • 733-0BS8 days.
4*^0.
wookonds. 543-4132.
I
syslom. S2500.734-6<
^
ovos. 733-5272.
Koop an oyo on classUlec
W ESTERN S n o wr P
PIlo w .
YouTI find oxcaplionoi b»i
b«- f o r d '9 0 Rangor XLT
■ ■
Liko now, 7'6* blado.
___
E xt.cob.5spdA C63K mis
ilc k u p , ---------------------------------•88-'96 C h o v y pick
.... ....... ,$6600.._Call_736^2806 _
S i e o o r -WEATHER-------------------------- ^------- Pow oranglo/iltT.-Sie
WEATHER WIZARD lil
■ 788^305.__________
FORD 1972. 3/4 ton, 360
---------$195.00
ongino, flood condition.
YAUAHA’84Phazor.
or. ILow
51200. Coll 324-9145.
miios. Excollont condl
Dndillon Monitor Indoor and outdoc
$1400. Cali 733-1631
t638 .
woalhor conditions atI th'
Iho GMC '81 1 'A ion. Short
wheol boso. flatbed, now
■777777
to u c h of a b u ttoni Add
Adi
YAMAHA ’91 ExcllOi
coss
lifos. 4spd. & 2spd. axlo.
' i ? c l!
Woathor Uhk lo procos
oiccL sta r t long truck,
a n d storo w oathor dala
dal.
350 V8. 98,000 orig. ml.
s k ln s .lo w m ls . 0ExiC aii
or.
S2495/offor.28'X8-xr5th
through your computor.
' c o n d lllo n . $ 2 5 0 0 , C
w hool o n c io so d trailor.
543-6S33 or 543-565
IDAHO INSTRUMENT
'fT
landom axlo, hoavy dirty.
1
sw ing o u t roar d oors &
^hasor
524
4Ih
Avo.
Wost
YAMAHA 1991 Pha:
3 1094
Twin Fans, idaho
sido door. 5199SiMor.{)78<3
short track, $2200.
1'
372. oft. 6p.m.
•
(208)733-5636
Phaser, long tmck. S2M
$2 5
S3 6 9 5 . .
1994 V-Mox 600. S36:
i
lo w
4 piaco EZ ioQd trollor,
trai
i
$1500. Coll 733-0492.
*92.
I
a u to p a rts &
I
A C C E M O R IE S
YAMAHA. 1989 Pho;
oloc. s to r t, lo n g *fock,
tra
CHEVY, V. ton accoaso
pipo. YAMAHA, 19
■ fl<». Rrostonobooa, Rar
Phazor. plpo. 8 2 5 -5635.
5^
c h o . H o lw la b a r , tl
^
■ downs. 788-8913, Hailoy
r
1 9 8 7 Arlos K, 4
DODGE• IE
door, nooc
lo o d s molor.ovorhaul, com
:om ploto rocondltrans- 324-4643.
’
C H E V Y '6 7 Malibu. 327
ongino-romodolod. Now
carpot. intorlor. & brakes.
S3500. Call 678-2099
SE M I & HEAVY
EQUIPM ENT
ICURY V lllagor '9 3
y loadod. whito. Toko
r payments. 676-1082
^
ory cioan. many oxtrosi
Iso, c a s s o t t o . AT.
J 24.999/otfor.-733-9404—
1
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JEEF
I AN TIQ U E AUTOS
I &CO LLECTiBLES
I
I
c H R YSS LL E R ' 8 5 ‘5 t h
Avonuo.
I
B. Looks
like now.
Call 324-2
<•2109
L
DA T R U C K PA R T S
^o!A A C C E S S O R I ^
&
DATSUN
7 8 sWo tool boxPIC
o s & la d d o r rack. 5775.
Cali 326-3659._________
V
TOYOTA Hoavy duly pipo
rack, S150. Dodgo Ram0-50 plpo rack. S75, Call
736-9997
-------- ;
1006
OE, Tradesman. 1971
. good body. N oods
O
or. Coll20a-73&05t5.
E P '7 3 J-4000 Excol.
JEEF
hapo. 52500/offor. Coll
34-1711 or733-6399
Inc.
I
'87 Colobrily. oxc.
CHEVY'87
ml. 52800.
cood.. 77.000
77.(
14-3782 ovosg v i T34-3’
I
?os' i
SSOOO/otfor 678-3498 <
cc
MA50NER SK!SAL£
I5180voriand. 0u>1o
Opon Toos. thfough Si
9:30o.m.-5;30p.m.
I.m.
Usod ski packagos stan
starting
a t$ 5 9 & u p . Now acco
iccossoflinnor
orioa. Vnriotytorboflin
J. Now
to pro. Full sofvicoN
usod
Hoogor boards, &; usi
)cices.
variety. Lowest price
ins
CufTont trado-lns
wolcomo. Phono ordofs
ofdc
ioJMC.
diroct doltvocy, Visa/V
»07
Savo oiot. 678-33Q-
QE'93 Com vanS E
DODQE
mis. Loadod 4 Immoc.
73Kmis
.500. Call 736-6336
S10.50(
THEIIS E n M
H O M B O Fmm m i S E M P L A K - W E B
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t o im a I h a v e .^
BTORSs
V O m TO B U YA C JU l
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TWINFALLSi 733-77qD T0LL FI
?703 ;
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