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'h ile a food tic k e t was
t by die Salvation A m y
to those wis
wishing a meal, Ponon
said everyon
yone was wdcomed.
“We wouli
ould let anyone eat that
needed lo," sshe-said.
Gibson Siiid
Siiii abouc 90 pcrcent of
those wlio0 cc
come to cat at Chili’s
fo r T h u nik
k ssg iv in g a r e n e ed y .
Som e a r e} h<
hom eless a n d others
a re ju st dow
iown on chcir luck, he
said,
While most
lost people arc happy to
g e t a fre e1 di
dinner, taking a rare
jascse« HUNGRY, Page A2
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slum ping sales
rim tobacco
unds for states
Fanmilies, hor)meless st.hare warnmth of hooliday fu
n
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am scvaltiasihlieincfae
t t iignited: a i sic d ow n
i-lllllll g JI'ITd n iE c u e a b o u t
w iiitd i i « paupie
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SacelSHsBians^ based
B u p ^ g fy Mh
a u m n rf v o lu n te e r s
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r f g n n m a s ;aand:
c 4-X cons o f stuffand: poor ac
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giuuy.'9i o n xim
m ates. T h e mxsaions
s s e d m n dd ad g tsin sd in n e rto a n
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clientele that come ini
in to cat, they
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a re pretty responsive.”
More lhan 200 peop
K>ple caiiie in
for a sit-down dinner
ier of Hirkoy,
m ashed potatoes and
j
id grav>-,
vegetobles and of course
rse, pum pkin
pie.
Local g rocery s to
r s h e lp e d
o re
donate the food, while
ile m ore than
40 v o lu n te e rs helped
le d se rv e it,
Melissa Porton, genera
=ml m . n . 8 cr
of Chili's, said.
S chool disirict.c .^cro^s th e
nation have scramhied tou find
fii a
solution tu dismal stu d en
;ntt |performance on standardized
■d it
tests.
trying altc m ad v e curricula,
Ilia, diffe re n t te ach in g m e th o d s, new
i
textbooks, b e tte r trained1 teachtw
ers, sm aller dasses, aftcr-sd
r-sd)ool
tutors, S aturday sessions, e
longer school years.
But for the most p a n , sdiool
sd i
offidals have y et to take a ddose
look at die phj-sical space■wh
tv h e re
learning takes placc - tlieL- ddass;
room. Could a partial solutior
Ition to
th
e achievem ent problem1 bbee tu
-1improve
1
the lighting there?
A Califomia arcU tecture
re cconsuiting firm thinks so. based
sed on
its study on th e effect of' da
d assr<
room lig h tin g on a ch iev eem
m ent
i
le v e ls . T h e stu d y by th
t e
hHeschong ^^ahonc Group bas
based
s
a t stunnea r Sacramento found tliat
d e nts who took th e ir lessons
ons
ci
classroom s w ith m o re n a tu i
light
scored
as
much
as
25
p.
S p e rli
cent liiglier on standardizedd ttests
e
ddian other students in d ie same
sar
sc
school district.
The study, billed as th e fix
rij
rigorous one of its kind, appea
>pears
to co n firm w h a t som e scho
dc
de.signers
h av e asserted bast
based
on anecdotal evidence - childrt
ildren
lc
leam
b e tte r under illum inatit
fro m s k y lig h ts o r w indow
ra th e r th a n artifical bulbs.1. Tl
The
mi
m ain dieories for why this migl
might
bbec th e c ase a re that “dayligli
ini enhances learning bj- boo<
ing"
b{^Ing th e ey e sig h t, mood and/<
nd/or
h e a lth o f s tu d e n ts a n d th e
teadiers.
Joseph Yillaiti, assodate dire
director of die National School Boan
oards
Tship
^Assodadon, whose mem bershi
:ontrols
school
construction,
. sai
said
J?'
lie
study
focused
on
d
ie
l
^
d c
]}r
‘hum
that
v an engineering" issuesi tha
^ o o l boards should consider i
iwarding design contraas.
*' t’s alm ost common sense
“I
ise i
■ou look a t what people prefer.'
yoi
'illani said. “Most people p re
fc
refer
Vil
0 have some d a y li^ t.”
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C S d e s c n c m J & ^ i ihs,(onBQ>hB
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bbb, iio 5 b ^^
e & tn n d s a y s .
S e c th m B
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Chi]
Zhili’s R estaurant in Twin Fal]
alls
omnnlm rsd a y either.
In fact, th e re were p robabl
In
b ly
m
n oorre thank-yous spoken, thai
la n
ther
h e re w ere turkeys.
Tlhanksgiving dinner w as oi
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on
th
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h e house,'
th e fifth-year C hili’
Il’s
h a s jo in e d to g e th e r w ith thi
las
:he
Salvi
lalvadon Anny to scn-e dinnerrto
ti
th
r
liee needy.
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mluun
n lty a re e x d te d about thlis.
is
Thej
■hey a re wanting to get in anc
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im In iMmm, 9 months old, it fod
ed by his father. John, on Mi ffrat
Tbatfcii
iJki«lvlng Thunder i t tho Sl. Philip
lip tho Apeitle Catholic Church In
a tttr, Pa. Hit mothor, Woi Loaman
tan. le eeated beeldo him.
over
d e In te m e t. “We w anted1
tr th
o u r donors
doi
to kind of see the real1
d iffe
fe nr e n c e th e ir giving to us5
m akkes,”
e s said M ichael l e a g u e ,,
p re s id e n t a n d chief ex
officer of th e mission.
In Rocky Mount, N.C.,
who lost th e k homes to fli
Resccuers seekk survivorrs after fei
.B e x ttc w o d ta s trolling tfae
o f e o n m . Q nna’s Bdhai Bay
f ia jj^ vw iB A oC
o d ie s bu c o n ^ 36 survivors
p t.u
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B s t i fiaay d m t c a u ^ t S re
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aicDa 3faun;.whicfa: was named
'nteg.flOggin:
u ■ g^ -3i.'n i 1 frrr “h tg” nnc<
a £ ts - if ie a m is 9
“s m n u i t T w e n d n w it b u e W ednesday
a w s ia t dty^ o f Y a n tu in v i»
ma&EnffdtB-ciH
£ o e a d y fre e rin g weatfaer.
acco rd in g to official Ch
:h in e s e re p o rts .
N earby naval vessels ant
n d fishing b o ats
sent to belp were forced to k eep ± e ir distance from the sinking ship
tip because o f the
fierce conditions, accordi
ding to d ie New
China News Agent^.
“ T he low te m p e ra tu re , o ro u n d le r o
degrees Celsius, and th eB (continued gale
m ade rescue efforts difQcu
cult," th e agcncy
said.
A t least one passenger sw
swam to safety on
his own and rcscuers even
entually plucked
others from die w ater. Soi
k>m« 5,000 local
XS
rs
tf IMM
induding max
many residents of nearby Princevillc
nile, founded by freed
slaves a ftecrr tth e Civil W ar - sat
dow n to dim
dinner in la rg e te n ts
witli M artin
L
n Luther
King m , president of th1eC S
5 outhem Christian
Leadersliipp Conference,
C
and die
Rev. Al Shar
harpcon of New York
Shannon1 Ri
R id e s in Yorktown.
G en e a n d P h y llis
G r e e n e inn <
C o lu m b u s, O hio,
:ir homes and holiday
:h s tra n g e rs . R id e s
me of h e r son's Navy
ond oth ers based at
: Naval Station.
lu th , Mass., th e holim ore som ber tone as
100 American Indians
su p p o rte rs m arched
udi Rock in commemh c 30th National Day
g. an event diat casts
'Ing a s 0 sym bol of
p o o r tre a tm e n t o f
sh ip m ates an
th e Norfolk'eople
No ten d to forget
IS of people died so
sit down and enjoy a
c r a n d w atch som e
m » e than 100
a n d U ielr dd
supWompanoog tribe
onanum Jam es.
oration of the
of Mourning, a
T h a n k sg iv in g
A m e ric a ’s po
Indians. “Peo{
■e looking
th a t m illions
(
!c showed
they could sit
i
ij
tu rk e y d in end
r o th e r
football." said '
m em ber Moona
tant ship- , r X
oats, and
ie y every
HARTFORD,
Conn. - S talie
te s
H,
e slated
to get less m oney from
are
:
the
i
e tobacco
settiem ent than initiailly
ll th o u g h t, b e c a u s e o f a n
expe
pected nationwide d ecreasee in
{orctte shipments.
cigai
Under
a litde-nodced “ volum e
Ut
adju
Justm ent" provision of th e settlem
rmcnt, Connecticut stan d s to
an
sece ui p to 10 p e rc e n t le ss thlan
th e: 5166
i
million it cxp ec te d to
[lect betw een now an d A pril,
colle
d M arc Ryan, th e director o f
said
budget office.
th e! governor’s
g
)Ot
t h e r s ta te s a ls o s ta n d to
n e o u t w ith le s s m o n e y a s
com<
toba<
)acco s h ip m e n ts a n d s a le
less
:lin e b ecouse o f h ig h p ric e
dccli
reases an d anti-tobacco camincre.
poigr
gns th a t s ta rte d a fte r a g a ­
recte
te m a k e rs s e ttle d la w su its
fl th
widi
t e states lost year,
Th<
h e ex act red u ctio n h a s nlOt
ot
y e tb
i
been
calculated. It will affect
s e tth
tie m e n t p a y m e n ts d u e to
es in A p ril
states
rio r to the reductions, Idaho
Pric
was; scheduled
»
to receive about
$711
i
1 million
over 25 years, widi
die AApril paym ent a t S232 million.
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;rry burns
iln
farmers
for signi
e x cc u tiv c
beochej
debris.C.,
fr people
The
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ping rou
3.5 milli(
year.
But 16
in d s d tat
brokeJTS
oi gathered along die shore
reed
li th e
Dashun
to
gns of life. Tdcvision footagehome
sl
Yantai,
t] strew n w ith a p p le s and
h es
s from the ship.
: 100-mile trip from Y antai i
’ p ort of Dalian is a n hnportani
route. More than 200,000 boat
lilion people, m ake th e Journey
16-foot waves and violent wind
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■ e rs to ask fo r b e ^
“ W e't'e faad E&e peogde Kfao
h a te to SH-allcnr tfae
tf a e v f s id e a a d
com e in a n d -adr ffogo r ii,” Gabsoo
s aid . - B u t w e te Jl ll i fj a e m i f a a t 's
; Miiat it’s th e re far."
.
J u lie Ot’c r a o v fae^
x ap ed sen eo a
: H iursday. H e r f i r a j
(sbe’s cooked xniceyis
n e r in tfae p ast) O cmn o e s a ^ ^
H-as faappy to volutme
m e e rfa e rn a e
and « ill do it agaia ne;
BextjcMT.
u-as a a o fa a ininer,**
e s ib e s o d .
; h e r son M tttiien.10.
Q. li
b y b e s - s i ie .
w ouJda't ^'ou
u dd o it? I E k e
; visiting M-itfa tfae peopl
o ^ T b e rsv
so friex d b ' a n d bxppy.
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A nn Shoup w as aat C
h e r fa m ily T fau rsd
i aarr . c fa o w is c
dOMTi on tfae tiadidcna]
a ilO B a a .
A nd tfaoufi^ riiin js i
for Shoup Tlmrsdajrraa ffie n KiCB.B
o ti S S e s c a .
could faare b een a ' llot
. shea{9Peed.
“I f i t >»-asn't fo r tf>;c
tfai I
p r o b a b ly b e a t blio
o ci a e w p e r
d. *
sDBiedepressed," sfae said.
th in g y o u d o n ’t g ent i»io d o U a .
often. It's reaUy w u ndesfu
tte L ”
D e a n B ay, S b o u p 's
- w a s t h e r e witfa fa
Chariene.
Bay e d w e d fats a u m s
“It is great.'" h e said, SCOC^IDJI
th e la s t o f fais pum jddj
d a n pie a a d
ia s o e a m .
A nd «-faat w a s B ay's
ly 's fa t« f f i:e
p a n o f ifae meal?
“The wIicJe tiing,'" Ifaefcmphrd.
k
Times-Nass s u f f tsrize
riza-Johi T.
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caihcr dominated Ihe East o n
Thursday. Steady Q{n
ifn fclj from southeast N ew
E n ^ n d throogh New
w Jersey, w ith scattered and
r a li^ y IlghI A
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In the n s t o f N cw England
throo^ tfie Tcnrtcsscc
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Rqiport: Iran1 urges te]jrrorist grcpups B
to disrupt
C
M
k^ideast pDeace plams
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- Iranian leade n » w
^ g sjg e em *ist groups to
x o e f c Em
s n d i targetii m hopes o f
d e n tK «
B gM id e ast p e a c e ta lk s,
lg to o ffidals a n d tnteUipom .
C o a cxmn a b o o t I r a n ’s p la n s,
s £ s B c d bTr .Arab^ Israeli an d U.S.
s f a e c a eexs.. steiiB largely from a
l a e e t i t t g: la s t atontfa in T e h ra n
t* a e A r a b^pt ir e s a c m m ts a re c a D K « a * G e zTOT
T a b iiiiiiul ’*
X e m e e tin g . I r a n ia n
tfa
I ilataam ad ghactm t w i d e l y wie w e d a s a m o d e ra te
r e f i x B c r- - tre p o rtw H y jo in e d tfae
cosbcty' s b
£ a rd - lin e c le r ic s in
p le tis x B g- I£in m a n g o v e m m e a c
c a a c e y a B diifi
fa fQ sttc a l h e lp t o le a d "rtw H ah. I s la m ic J if a a d
“
n a m aa s wfao a r e s e e k i n g t o
«farail fataei
a e f r P a l e s tin ia n p e a c e
QIXL
S i a c e c h « tx . “ t h e r e i s m u c h
y r e ^ t e r rroocc i « a c t i v i t y tf a a t i s
o s ttx iT acRBrii b u a b l e t o b a n a n d
5*^ p e a c e p ro ce ss,” s a id
« * S t a r e ' D,
D e p a r t m e n t o f f i c ia l,
wt
who asked not to be tmmed.
O n Nov. 7, a bomb attack m
in th e
1st
Israeli
coastal resort o f N eta
tanya
uinj
iju re d 33 people. T he Pales
lestinior A uthorities' secretary-cei
lan
Seneraal,
l. Tayeb A bdul Rahim, bias
^ed
Ira n fo r e n co u rag in g bomibers.
Ira
bi
“Tl attack Is aim ed a t saboi
“This
wtaging the peace process, espedi
ing
daU y
nm th a t w e a re d o s e to bet
now
n in Enal-status talks,” h e said
ning
lid
L
Iranian
ofC dals in Washingi
Igton
a n dt N ew Y o rk c o u ld n o tt b e
r e aa c h e d fo r c o m m c n t k
re
la te
Wei
W ednesday. K hatam i, in a CI
CNN
inte
interview la st year, condeminn e d
te
rr
terrorism
a s “useless" and add<
Ided:
“•The
T b logic o f history has prov
oveo
th
i iaa tt v io lence is n o t th e w ay
ly to
acfai
KhievB (a) desired e n d ”
E
j
E a rlie r th is montfa, howevc
iver,
thheeA
. rab new spaper Al W atannA
, l
A
I r raab i. a P a r is - b a s e d w e e kk ily ,
re
po
eported
th a t a group o f Iranii
nion
mlillta
ilil ry in stru c to rs h a d arrivt
ived
i nn t!
th e B ek a a V a lle y re g io n™1o f
Leeb«
b a n o n - a HeaboU ah stro)ngn
old - to provide training in th
th e
u sseofartiU
ee
ery.
Afi
A fte r Isra eli m Ultary o ffidioJs
a
v o ic e d c o n c e r n t h a t flig h ts
b e tw e e n T e h ra
a nn a n d B e iru t
m ight be supplylnj
'ing arm s to terro ri^ s, H ezbollahI spiritual
st
leader
S h e ix h Mohamni<
m e d F a d la lla h
la te r boasted th aitt his
1 group h ad
o b ta in e d
“ n onon
r o u tin e
weapons."
Is ra e li P rim e M
Miin iste r E hud
B a rak h as ap p e aalc
le d to foreign
g o v e rn m e n ts - in
inc lu d in g th e
U n ite d S ta te s an
amd E u ro p e a n
n adons - to step uup
p th eir proiection o f potential Israi
sraeli targets.
BaraJi; In London
3n this w eek on
a w o rk in g v is it,|w
iw a s su b d u e d
w hen ask e d a b o uitt his
1 views on
Iran. “O ur position
ij very d ea r,”
n is
he said. “W e a re for
for a very cautious an d careful app
ipproach to the
Iranians, which are
j
*0 still
a source
of te rro r in th e Middl
ddle E a s t”
H e r b o lJ a h , a ra
‘a d lc a l S h iite
M uslim group wth
ithtie s to both
Iran a n d Syria, h ass dem
di onstrated
a n a b ility to stfikee fa
f r from the
M id d le E a s t. U he g ro u p is
blam ed by th e U nite
ite d States for
th e 1992 a tta c k on
»n th e
Em bassy In Argendns
ina.
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jet dog-eait-dog sheLOWS
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e g o f farge m am m alsSBsfa s EErer acows, pigs an d sheep
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rn a ’s grow ing n um M ft'Lif wildlife p arks
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d a e s e s d c azxi
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n
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n aid
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f a r tb e Im em ational F und foi
for
Anim
lim al W elfare (IFAW), whicl;
ch
h a s oo{p erated a n office h ere sine*
ice
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en
Runsli
aisheng, vice-secretaiy general
ral
o f tth<
h e g o v e rn m e n t- a f filia te:d
d
C hiin
n a W ild lif e C o n s e rv a tio>n
n
A ssod
sodation. “E ven for Chinese,
le,
w ecao
cannot stand it."
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in e s e tr a d itio n a lly h a vi'e
e
seen
a
n anim
als as a resource to be
>e
exploit
ilolted ra th e r than preserv edd
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In th e past decade or
o r » ,ih o u 8 h ,
a ttitudes luive begunint to change,
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p ro te c tio n o f wildlif.
life , new spap e rs have p rin te d m
moore a rtid e s
c r itid z in g th e m istre
tre a tm e n t o f
a n im als an d p e t owni
OTiershiphas
rise n m arkedly in fiti
fitie& China,
h o w ever, do e s notiye
ly e t h a v e a n
anim al m ic lty law. ,i
(Joverrunent offldjaalls say tiiey
dons ag ain st
d ra fte d th e regulatjoi
liv e feed in g in J u n i.
i . 'Y et it w as
th e Animals
only a fte r IFAW a n dIth
Asia Foundation (AAF
AF) in Hong
Kong began publicizing
in g a p artic u l a r ly g risly c a se a t a n a n im a l
p a r k in .th e so u th ecr:m c ity o f
G u ilin 't h a t th !e o f f i d a l s
ations.
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1police offle«r« e sco rt Famando Joss
Joi 'Fatso' Florez to » U.8.
e n t A jency plane In Bogota for aI fl
flight to the United St«tM to ctM
liaiSBs of shipping cocaine to Florli
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th e second
n d tim e in le s s th a n a
lombia braved a possible
week, Colom
«erronst bad
backlash and extradited
t
^d rru g s u s p e c t to th e
S taates
te on Thursday.
V enezueli
j e la n F e r n a n d o J o s e
ho faces a U.S. indictFlorez, who
-sh ip p in g c o c a in e to
2® "* ^or-sh
o f the Call drug
F lo r i^ o n1bbehalf
e
can e l,w asw
l
! whisked
away in a U.S.
government
nt pplane to M iam i
On Sundo;
iday, th e g o v e rn m e n t
I eJctradited aa ssuspected Colombian
h ero in kingp
ngpln, J a im e O rlando
Lara. I t waass th
1 e first tim e since
1990 th at Cole
Colombia h ad delivered
o n c o fitsnatic
adonals to stand trial In
the U nited Stu
States.
B u t th e m a n e x tr a d ite d
T hursday ma;
m ay prove th e big g er
catch.
U A ptoseciJ
iccutors believe. Florez,
! m ore than 3 (^ pounds
tnam ed “F atso,” m ay
provide testin
stim ony th e y n e e d to '
request tiie!eextraditions
x
of two b f
Colombian drug lords
iers who ra n th e Cali
cocalnecaneL
:eL
. W hen Florej
jrez arrived a t M iami
International
al /A irport in tiie U.S.
E n f o rc e m e n t
Administradon
ion plane, he was comI plaining o f b re
« atiiing problem s,,
S lS S
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sa ld DEA a g e h t ^ r e n t
so
' Florez
Fl
was piit Into'o v a M
ta
taken
to Miami’s 's F ^ «
Dc
Detention Center.
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The resumption of extradit£i
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t
narks
a historic change for&
Soi
South American countiy tta t S
du
iuces
80 percent of the wotH
cot
ncame.
g
(
Colombia
outlawed the pracsc
ninIM I, capinOating to a wav¥(
boi
lombings and assaiuinationd)
lote
a t Medellin drug boss P t f I
. Esc
The ban strained tiejCt
Wa
^shington im tilDecem ber^K
whi
4ien the countzy reinstated S n
diid
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lb
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two
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p
for Lara, F l o r e s W a
Cub national. S e r ^ G o i S ^
T hir
liny-nine other drug susi>£^
n re
t
e awaiting
possible exHBditi£
Oi W ednesday, P re sld fe t
On
C lin
inton praised PastraifT s
coun
iirage and pledged to wjiic * h
Confi
ngress on a major aid p a d &
to Colombia
Co
next year. ' - . F
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to w a r d f ig u r in
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le n w e d e v e lo p a
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M a s s a c h u s e tts
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Technology an d senior
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author of
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journal S d ence.
G r a y b ie l s a id j u s t h o w th e
brain reacts a s it aacquires a h abit
o f behavior is a; compJex
co,
process.
D is c o v e rin g how
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n t.;Symptoms in d u d e m u ^ e
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they are
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said. “T
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do this
fils a re sp e d al. Tliey a re diff e r ennt t from th e b r a in m echanismISs th
t a t le t us le a m a phone
n u mbbeer. W e w a n t to f in d o ut
w hatth;
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th te s ta te a D -m inus fo r ssiii^ ii."
- its la c k o f e f f o rts
r t to im p n n 'c t e a c h e r
Yes, Id a h o h a s sam e outstanding
otn
I
q u a l i t y . B u i th<
t h e r e p o r t , f r o m t h e tcax:facis
te
«*ho push tfaeir• students
sc
$d |[ II
T h o m a s B. F o ni lh
lha m R tm d a tio n , real- ggrre a t
[ifT ]l^nV in ir-TTw I I
BUI
^ is M R O M O S //
Iy i s n ’t a b o u t tihh e q u a li t y o f I c ^ h o 's zens
cnm o -ttnrU»r- I [j
zc also know tfacre aic sm
te a c h e rs.
p
erfm
ning
teachers
as
w
ell
JL
^ ----^
. . . .
P®
It's a b o u t a nI a(
a d m im s tr a tj\tr sj-stem
Idemih-ing these in e n ettrve
c tr ones is j
'**' '
th a t d o e s n 't h olid
l d :t c a c h e n a c c o u n ta b le a ichallenge th at Idaho has;to
to face,
fo r t h e q u a lity o ff t; h e ir w-oik. T h a t 1 ^
1In fa ir n e s s , th e F o rd hham
ai repon |
o f a c c o u n t a bb iill i t y
gives Idaho
aho a a A f a
= " ^ =
m e a n s te a c h cr p e rjcquiring
S ssecnndaiy
f o r m a n c e is shroi
te a c h e rs ico I
e d in m y ste iy .
axfaeiir'Si& |
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e r s u n io n c o n tc
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h e r m e m b e rs a
Th»« ntirrmfw It I ■
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d o in g a su p e r-dl u p e r
o' H
c
im- th a t sch
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g o o d j o b o f e dluu c a tin g s tu d e n t s . B u t adi
a d m in is tra to r s n e e d to di«;d
isciplrne 'o r
I
t h e p r o d u c t ih a it I d a h o t c a c h c r s a r e fGi ic
n i n e £ f e a h « te a ch e rs.
p u t t in g o u t - th
h e a c a d e m ic
of
1
Tcacbers
unions love to prot
n nea
g r a d u a t e s - o fte
te n i s o f d is t u r b in g l y we:
weaker m em bers behind thtie
e 1Tude Ehar- II I
low q u ality .
I 11_____________
rricades
ic
o f te n u re a n d stanc
J u s t l o o k a tI t<
t e s t s c o r e s o r a s k p3a>\
a j T hose w alls m ust be iCTiVeiTsd
Ict
iif 11 ~W" ^
^
em p lo y e rs w h o h in
ire r c c e n t h i ^ s cb o o l r e a reform is to o c q h :
g r a d u a te s . T h e yy Si
say m any o f l o d ^
T h e F o rd h a m r e p o r t f:ocuses<nn
oo
g ra d u a te s a r e aby:
ib y sm ally p r e p a r e d to tec aa c h e r ac co im tab ^ T y . anH
tnd io tfagt I
p e r f o r m s i m p llee m
i a t h e m a t i c s , l e t r 'egard,
eg
i t is rig h t t o conclu
elu d e xbm j
«ecEmj;?;.yaur new spaper ta n
I
goodoj
Iand well w e can’t. It takes ollofiiis
oil c
a lo n e a n y r e a d igor%
^ o vriting.
Ida!
daho lades th e needed tools
n ls . Ida h o '
B M »astnnjrtepuciing;chac some
:Ip a k id succeed, an d we’re! for
fortu-*
S o ^vherc d o c ss tli
R e a d e r CON
gB7aii W mhihgtsn;. D.C,
th e t n u h lie ? A s t b e tax]
OM M ENT
S Sto h ave pa ren ts an d business
a x p ^ c rs , parents and. -ves,
5. sStudent.^
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lc
ssleadF o rd h a m r e p o r t p ui
wfio walks, fo r a it ulttarconleserve bec en
u t i t, * ^ M t h n o ^
desi
/ho a re our parm ers.
9ttlnga
erswht
Robin NettI
sorw uiB ediihk ta n k a n d has
So,, w
n hat do Idaho teachers really
^
y
;
mgugrm toped
edi finti ihl a a Idaho class-------------------------- '
need?? W
^ ell, we’ll b c d ie first to soy
say
we ;
b e wQulil] s e n d ouc a
you’ve probably noticed
:ed th e porkmg lot
can alu
ilways improve. W e w ork act iitt all'
t
;
i r am tfietpm liqi o f Idaho's
is virtually full of teache
chers’ cars. And
the tim
ime, a n d w c o re e x d te d about
out ' I
seem s lie thinks we’r e a pretItm any o f those who arcn’
cn’t there are a t
evtay/ new
n
o pportunity th a t comes
ies I
I i^sn!nylbtt.gp
grm zeasaD ^m im is. His crifaome grading papers,, ppreparing
r
lessons,
along,
!•
H e r e ’s w h a t t hh ec F o r d h a m r e p o r t
pprc
msiiainniltdafl
ro g ra m in p l a c e , p re sssw
s :t e for
a£i& e& icsw edan^tbave
calling parents, coaching
ling a team o r takButI som
s< etim es w e’d lik e to seee a V
sa y s a b o u t I d a h o i::
sc
h
Jtt.
I pnmftKCVcanf
n f t She a tea ch e r ac tfae dropp
ing additional coUcgc: courses
coi
xbools to im prove i s sKghtto
mediaa rep
r o rt d ia l te lls th e tru thIabout
abt
“ T h e o n ly b rig;h
h t l ig h ts in I d a h o ^
dtnifli
le
im prove our skills.
eaad crs have virn ialh - n o, ppower
t
! to o e 1 m erit poy
it is we’re doing. W e’d like to
s
tosedjj
[hce:.
Thinily, our hard work
• d im t e a c h e r - q u a l i t y s y s t e m a r e a
hl iirre o r d is m is s s ta £ f m ea
ork and training
storyw
wiritten by som eone who’s actually
acti:
aidtm r u f d ie Idaho
are paying off. For th ec la
'd e c e n t p u b l i c - sscchh o o l c h o i c c p r o last d iree years
sptmttim
ti e w ith us in o u r dassroonu
Idd a h o 's a l t e m a t i v e c e r tif i
•oms. I
rfwicitifjnn;.
you:
m
ay
noc
be
in
a
row,
the
jo
b
we’ve
bt
g ra m a n d t h e re q uuii r e m e n t t h a t s e e c b een doing has
A ndwe
pjrogram
ro
ve’d certainly like to read in
or
is a v a ila b le only
inan
!
7" i^Or 'HeC.ctTT^yrTw.ti f4V
TifTn disagree widi. this felin
inspired m ore and m ore
ire 1kids to stay in
Idaho) new
ni spaper som ething likeiw
o n d a r y s c h o o l ttee a c h e r s m a j o r i n
ond
whhat !
indar>' tea ch ers and Tcguire
lires a «gIltw''j.tfinmaiaju
iiims. Wliy? Because I work
school, resulting in a shai
iharply declining
JJL Akdande
di
t h e i r s u b j e c t are<
w rote in th e Nov. 165 iss
r e a . W ith s t u d e n i
nliiffi c a n t a m o u n t o f edducatH'on
issue I
uj
wizfl)!liitiiuiH.tii
tuuchec^each: a n d every
dropout r a te am ong Idah<
laho’s students.
o f the Los
L Angeles Times:
^ s ta n d a r d s s t i l l inc<
n c o m p le tc , h o w e \‘c:o
o uu rs e w o rk . a s d o t b ee *
s. t a i e l s
iaTC.AKaassul]
u l t Ebttlieve Ch av e a lo t
Fourthly, a t th e samnee itim e few er kids
"You
lu know w here teachcrs nmilly
lly imiss
• er, a n d n o s y s te :m
m iic a c c o u n t a b il i t y
aipproved
pp
programs.'*
iU3oniaa:w fiidim b a se a
a re d ropping o u t, our students’
stu
scores
out? Th«
"hey don’t g et th e cheers. They”
heyll ;
D^ e » d i a Ease Coast intero n standardized tests have
ha> increased
neverknow
ki
w hat it’s lik e to ru n diroi
hrough
--------------Qqpor.J8m in«ti
^ v e Mihors. arnchers a s Aea ch an d every year. Ant
And th a t begs th e
a tunnel
lel and h e a r a stadium filleddwidi
wi
Sihal!
question: If Idaho’s teach
:achers a re virtual- . 60,000) ppeople go n u ts a t che sound
of
idof.'j
Iy failing, w hy is it thac
It oour students’
then* la
naim e ... There’s no w ay to flip
o
lipoiv
I fftffKt-ttfllikufll
ur>».aja d ie rs h a v e w orked
scores alw ays exceed the n adonal averentire economic
et
.
sysitun
around,
to
hrl a t ^
t>
QwnfSurtniir'^
■
‘Hradit.’' W e h a v e earn ed a tc
age?
C
ould
it
b
e
w
e’re
da
;
doing
a
g
rea
t
millions
-------------------- M m I
as on th e teachers an d m ake
th
i M H t a ______________ OmmM-m
e the<
Ikm
fflaiBm
dbilbi
c
job?
ibi:'!£di;gree;.and:
2
S
perccnt
: ClMkWahmtii_______
. .
adUetes
IJSbuy th eir own shoes, b ut it . j
-------------- mm'.
miatBr^3.o rt 6 >cioran». To
Finally, d ie job of anI Idaho
Id
teacher
doesn’tt cost
c anything to cheer, in 'wha
whi '^« ;
I gBitnttunie<iiiflce w e h a d m prove w e
doesn’t stop a t th e d a ssro
isroom door. W e
ever waj
'ay, which is d ie least we can
in d(
do"' I
Ihem etnbeisoftfaee
leeditoiial board Ori w ite sricI tilP
d iiiL are S le p ta i B n q ^ a tlR
l
Mrilian
I Ikmw-wlhttlnuri
e w ere dbiiig;. W e do, and
w ork with parents, m eet
v ith business
ct w
for the: ca
a retakers o f o u r future."
Brock. ClarlcV
iii as. cam h e w hen a student
leaders, talk w ith politida
r t Wahvonh. Steve
b i ta
a fIid H ia iN lM ic te lJ in n B e .
id a n s - a llto u r g e
Now
d
’
that’s
an
A-plus
ideal
II ir»<TVt!i«-*WnrrftM
iter."'
a n even m ore effectivei poitnership
pa
______
on
Scu»miL^[im
aweyoui ev e r d riven by a
behalf of our kids. While
ile vwe’d like to
Robin
i
n Ncttinga
of/Vampa is t/tcpnsi
wen-' I
iKaiiiiilanaiij&ai
miirom th e weekend? If so.
believe we can d o it alone,
ane.w eknow
dcntofth
e/ic Ida/io Education Assodation
ttton.) \
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1^1
ho’s teachhers desei"rve an A-;-plus ratinng
WhatttheFordhaamreportsa]
00
TPbellmees-]News
------ L e':tters —
•Developers’ tac ticCS
s are s h o d w g
I was shocked to see
» rrepresentatives of
•Craig A. N eilsen a n d Co.
Co a t th e Magic
; Valley M all, begging fo
forr signam res from
: d o zen s of who knoH^s
s Hi
w here. S ignatures
- lhal would b e p resented
itc d to ih e T w in
tho o f informed
; Falls a t y Council a s those
-.’Twin Falls x-oters in hopi
lopes o f passing a
;• m easure that w ould alloi
lU ow ihem tot-iolate
:•a d ry code, w hich prohit
jhibitsthecoR sm ic- d on of buildings hig heerr dt i a n 3 S f e «
- along Ute omyOT rim.
; "niis was dassic ironj-.r
y. Does the mallsq>; p o n a plan tha I would hlun
a v e su c h a h u e e
‘ negative im p aa on its m
nua
erdiam s?A re*e>. aw are of the plan to imjdc
iplaneniliaO O O
: feet of retail ^ c e not 3300
0 0 5-aidsaH ^?F«; a brief moment, th e Magit
agic VaLo-MaD took
s on the appearance of a la
larirse S sh m arket
. and had the accompanyxRi
Am I th e only indit-idu
id u a lw b o h a s
- stopped to consider what
h a t th is w-ould do to
. th e economy of Tn^in Fall
Supposedly, th e planne
n ned can>-on rim
• convention c e n te r willIppntm -id e u sw ith
, m ore jo b s an d monej-. T
Thh is is a n io e
• dream . I w on’t get a pay
ay rraise m v it.
th a t’s fo r sure. Also, unen
nemployment is
low here; therefore, jobs
lbs iM-ould m erely
b e displaced. Indix-iduals
a ls uiu> a re curre n d y emplo>-ed WT>uld
hs
d ha^-e
lo le&re
th e ir jobs to fill new ones,
nes. Do thew a a u a lly th in k th a t m any p w >p!e
p le would sudden• ly move into Twin Falls?
1
s? There is n o t
n e arly e n o u ^ existing; housing
ho
to accom' m odate th a t type o f influx
n u x .an d w ith
: housing costs so high annddu' -a g e ss o k w .
30 w ould warn to move bere n n ji
w boi
bat i« w ld h appen IO xbose ioca! 3
a m s w ho have siruggied for seve
atrs to cut o ut th e ir p art of th e
Bfrican dream if ifa m emptoveei
” Vi? ^Will th e y m ake i: w orth it i n n
Ip to s o y ? Or. w in they aiU it q u
de ih e tr doors? W a n e yet. wdDti)
t e d to seek jobs o f f e r t tn- tfawie
:k to szeal ih e ir
l i i e scsn
services
rmisBo
^ ere d ifaere will p v c hotel patrm£
tno-ihe
m sBOO
o to F^ace outside doUais im
o'
•twr
ads o f Twin Falls insiders. 3to:hei
rtc ira a i
ise d ollars will RD inxo a cash repi
a b ank aocount. to iheK oIls K ctvc
lier o f Las Vegas, Nev. Thar, f iilk
lity.
io tb e question is, who really win:
t tb e peo^de o f Twin Falls, and ce
« tb e M a ^ VaDey MalL
^ a£G <H n*O O W N EF
'wm Falls
n t rush Christinas
Don’t
J aam
m w riting in coDcera for th e hcil
days.1
s. T h ere is su d i a holida;- as
H u nBkkspving,
:
You do get
day o£
spend
i e with your famSy. You do
ad tim
put C
Ch
hiisim as smff u p until aficr
Tlxank!
nksgiving, I know Cfarxsnsas is
i sst a d l
holida}
day. b ut T hanksciring is m u cfa.amich
^a
>k;» b..c
better.
er. M y poim is, do not p m Chrifit
^
stu fffiq
iqim in Ia fisT h a n k sg x v in g .lt
malo-c;
£ s m e so mad.'
KAT
% T EU *N B B O H -N
Age1
s e ll
Twin
rin F a lts
N rai.tlU ttiK
mli some guts
th u n n s s r
jM-iprgnr hunrirtg <lrilT< to
im ciie B lue Lakes side of
«E. You: CWO’gentlem en •
t pcaud! o f yotxr accom11hunting: skills-(“Bucks
mlbijrieaionvN dv-. 4).
md! Mk. EQlmdc, y ou muse
I h e ^ f f m iu iiuuc'
c yourselves £oc being
wiciiifaanttntim
un tUi kill! difer thac are
aihnDKiiannectnu
auuglii tn eoc ouc o f your
t a m i l M B r a ujudi.
, CcnngraculatE you
lEwngirteiuiwamtl
jthunnjE i.
S b p a d l r ^a l
t t e cement
ITB Sifaegita^'
It wfluj e n te r th e
piiieC enien:
Tins(fimfbseetrfie
ti wnrd;.“Soopi.’'o n d ie
f‘Ybuidbnnilbokdawn; Dfs*
cyplliiiiimisee.Ybu;go
Dii^'arealliover thelots. I
cup'stD ps^B ^ you would
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o f a la te soii w ho w as, I ddo n o t n p p re c ia te w h a t I c o n sid e r h at
a te lite ra tu re .
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not even ste p p ed off th ei curb.
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th e big rush to thi
th e north?
This past y e a r has b een
n a v ery con.
ffusing year. I personally ha<
have trie d -.0
Iuse lo c ^ tradesm en for a. fe
fcw jobs
around m y hom e, in som e caa s e s to n o
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Like my n eighbor who hhai
a d a Job done
hbuc w hen it was idm ost done
lone, “W e will
bc backk F
1 riday as w c hav e to go to
Si
oSiin;
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/t In h e r case, it w as m ore thar
than Hj
w eek anc
nd several calls to g e t th e job
done. 1 al
also h od a local tra d e p erson
ion -•' !
who hadd i0 K etdium -Sun Valley job
ob ' I
d iat was
ISIm ore im portant lh a n m in
e .. !
tie..
Am laand
t m y neighbor th e only ones;
one
in TwinI Falls
F
th a t h ave h e ard diose
se ..1,
(we hav e to go to
famous words
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m-Sun V alley)? I am sorry Ilam
an *
Ketchum^
oneyed person, b u t 1 have
paid. I e ven ask ed for a bidloon
n if
did
■ n ot even g e t a c all b ack (i
in?). T hose lu crative jo b s up
ill come to an end, then maybt
Ufind o ut new c ustom ers wUl I
replace,
der.
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Falls
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W henyt
you first g e t a n ew p e t, you
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luar
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and love it. Y ou th e n e xpect
c ttt
have thiss ip e t th roughout yo u r lifetim
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B urthen
cn som e person com cs along
18 :'
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diey do som ething to h u rt youf
yoii
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lo anything to you, espedaUUy:
y'
/c to d ie th e w ay they did.
a re p u t on this e a rth to love,
' e . ':
: killed by stim eonc ju s t
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diey d id n ot Uke them .
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mtean ju st on
F ile r A venue b u t on Blue
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nd th e m all.
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you.
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TWIN FALLS - A joint ambu
nbulance scrvicc between T^vin Fall
Falls
c«o u n ty o nd J e ro m e C o u n t'
C
m ty
jtii
nught
be a good ideo, a Jcromi
omc
Cc
County
offidal agrees, but manj
lany
qu
questions still must be ans;verec
:red
before the d e a l« done.
Jerom e County Commissionei
iner
Jol Toolson iaid o joint scrvice,
John
fice,
combining the forces of Jerome
)me
Coo u n ty ’s U n isto r E n te rp rise
C
isess
F ie ld M ag ic V a lle y
rport will have f l i n t s
ices will be open regu1 Falls Public L ibrary
regular hours, 9 a jn .
"
ig of local bonks indi*
ould bc open regular
^9
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LLC ’s p a ra m e d ic se
si rv ic e a n d
T w in F a lls C o u nn tty 's M agic
Valley Regional Med
edicol C enter
Param edic Service, sc
so u n d slik e a
good plon.
T h e M a g ic Volley
ey R eg io n al
h o s p ita l b o a r d lo
li st w eek
approved the hospital proposed
purchase of U nistar’s
•s param edic
service.
.
U n istor E n terp rise
ses IS also a
m ortgage company. T
Tlie m erger
aim s to tak e over onl<
niy Um star’.s
param edic scrvicc, Un
Jm stor Chief
c Volley Mall will be
I.m. to 10 p.m., which
fuol hours.
vn to w n m e r c h a n ts
fro m 1 0 a .m . to 8
d if f e r s fro m u su a l
' D is tr ic t J u d g e
:cntenced Tadlock
prison but allowed
fre e p e n d in g h e r
Tim
roen v ictio n . H ig e r
$5,000 bond could
he appeal.
A s le tt o f A c tio n
d ab o u t th e decid th e c o u r t a n d
□aho law d/KS n o t
ranee bond to be
ea l b ond, A s fe tt
itC .-
M
yHE'
.rome Coa„,y
•‘-S • r i ie Mngicrcstod
V
sovcrU
open from 8 a.m.
ipcred to bc a
^ p ffe rs from usua)
fromlns as an
' ij; • M o st do w n i
w ill b e o p e n fri
p.m ., w h ic h dif:
^ 2" “
™ “f
Jnours.
V • Traslj will be i
Editor’s note:»«no.
TJi Sheriffs
^niVi thcTltursda
iescll,3Swas
of pro^lilarljuana counts
ac
illlution, the
Jail on tec
■ TWIN FALLS l u a n a a c tiv is t
W ednesday bccau;
“ .inuin8,
ity regarding h eis“
rbo
K ath y T ad loform
ck ation can
)unsbergen a t
■ « c i c d of possessit
^ i t h in te n t to dci
"
:*
: ^ ^ p u u r a n c e bond
distribute
^vcnt to trial.
- ^ n T u e s d a y ettlement
E
K athnn H iger sent
rc th a n 2,600
W five years in prineedy Idaho
h e r to re m a in efre
s u lt o f a n
a p p e a l o f th e con
ic n t, s t a t e
^ d tJie original s$5,
announced.
W! used during th543,000,
ei
a re
JJVVhen F re d a :As
U.S. M arine
w i l Bonds re a drogram.
al
n o n , s h e q a lle ired
d t the loys
» p la in e d th a t Idah
e l and L ittle
w o w on dppeo ran
: s e ttle m e n t
.
a p p etru
a l st action.
ed no w rong-,
W ednesday af
jji’d o r e d T a d lo ctsday
k
Id o h o
TCnding p o stin g: of
about th e
^ d T a d lo c k w as
i 0 0 an d
in 20
ra k e n to th e Twor.T
in ots proA ^ il.
n e e d y chil-’
L a tc rjh a t day Tac
je n cod fo r
- jtu b l i c d e f e n d e rised.
Ji
X gork ed o ut a new Staff
ore reports
• . ^ t set a $5,000 app
co n d itio n s of h e r re
' a^c lu d c s d ru g te s ts
; t^ y s .
• Tadlock planned to
'f o n d W e d n e s d a y n
g c e d in tim e fo r Tl
; m n s c n said.
AsM«yl
i r Haebnn, 3, M e , on a m lhnsnlt
isnleured lawn oulilds Overland At
ntarllv
a thiH c p iiu of my lan a M a e,
Ij an
ln£, construction or convertion pla
'
S c c ritin M
By N.S. Nokkentved
Tlmos-Nows writer______
.
•vniiT»tnivTt«rt»,
ofdlnanea could require all buslnoi
Inosaoi to put money Into pri-
hurley cor>nsiders landscap
1
ping ord:iinance
fssiimiimii?
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o^ o.au
uth S treeter
5 ^nUtn
»Wnw» writer_______________
Tlmea-Wi
JRLEY - Planting trees, loy. BURI
lod a n d building fountoins
‘" 8 sod
a r e oIffew
e o f the things that may
of business owners
b e r Msquired
u
f’h ?o m e o w n e rs if th e C ity
C ouncil
icil d e c id e s to op p ro v c o
new lant
ondscaping ordinance.
tJie ordinance would
If plasscd,
a«
re q u ire
re builders to corm ark a t
10 p ercent of tJic total proje c t C:osts
OSI tow ard landscaping.
W ith m
ne w c o n s tr u c tio n s an d
IcUng of commordal propno le ss than 10 perccnt of
irface area of tlie properly
surfa
r 10 pcrcent of
S J lodeveloped
S p ro jecto costs
tal
could go
i landscaping, according to
iinonce.
residentiol conversions, no
an 10 percent of the proptlue could go toward land5 and no less tlian 15 perould go tow ard ex terio r
dons.
dy C ro w le y , o w n e r o f
discount slores in R upen
irley, does n o t object to
cept of the ordinance. His
with the required cost.
n’t think you can compute
m ta g e form ula. I th in k
/e to
>■»"
' do it case-by-case,"
's a id .
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V /I _
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^ h o Burioy city Councll.wfi
will disI| I cuss a londscapo ordlrur
Tonco ot
.. •. ii ■ Its mooting ot 7 p.m. Dec 13
!! In council ctiamtwrs.
'
Burley's proposed ordinal
iance is
1.
less
strin g en t thon one in
n Twin
f
Falls,
which requires a foct
jcus on
“
“m ground” lond.scaping, accordnc
ii to Twin F alls Planning
ing
ng and
ZZoning D irec to r L om ar Orton.
Oi
S
Such
landscaping m eans ei
ensurir th a t a certain ponion of
ing
ol tlie
gj
ground is not concrete.
A b ro a d e r definition off 1lands( a p m g in B u rley m ea n s
sc
s th a t
ir p ro v em en ts to th e bnih
im
ilding
itj
itself
con bc in d uded in the
lesum
of landscaping cost,-!.
of
“T h a t's w here th e 10 pen
ercent
w(
would
be a Uttle ludicrous,";
,"said
Ciity
C
C o u n c ilm a n
Cu
'u r t i s
Men d e n h o ll, “( b u tj it doe;
M
Jc sn 't
hu to b e shrubs and trees."
huve
:."
U nder tlie ordinance, propt
iperty
„
„
owners would b e oble to wa
waive
tht
the 10 percent minimum iff U
tlicy
coi show landscopjng alrci
could
rondy
cxi
existed
th a t m et acsclietic stanst
dai
dards
“substantially equivali
olent
toto th o t r e q u ir e d by th is oorrdinai
nance,"
o r proof that the requi
juireme
m
ents o f the ordinance could
Id be
me
m
et w ithout spending th e monmi
dat minimum.
dated
six p a ra m e d ic s and
a n d 10 cMK-r.
gcncy ineilical ii'duiic;
hniciatis.
W ood sa iil je rro
o ir
m e C o u n tv
w ould lik e lv « e tI morenn
anilm
lancesoiii()f‘tlie<lcal.
eal. Hi- siiiil illdid not know lioiv man
many, tlicmnli.
U nistar traiispdris
i
n s p.iticrus
tc.
M agic V aliev Kegio
•gionai. Twin
I-'jills Clinic <.V ll(,si>if
'Si>ital and St
B e n e d ic ts l-'amily
ily M i-diciii
Center in lerome.
T hat will n ot thhaann g f. WdocI
said. A nd th a t ’s g()<«
ijotitl new s to
Please see AMBUUN
JUNCE Pace B3
“ Accider
^nts
can hapf
Dpen
here, toe
DO,
report sa
iays
Jj
Wl
H
H
S - A medical m ans t w as a r r e s t e d
:ause of a technical:r bail bond.
)ck, w ho w as conssion -of m arijuana
deliv er, h ad been
th s on a $ 5 ,0 0 0
nd while h e r case
women
F T rr-g
RR
activist goes
ectinlcality
«
• T h e post ofj
n charges
^ n d ^ m a i l w ill
I
wt
would
continue, at a reasonnl
inble
rate, Toolson said.
W ood .said th e jo in t venti;
itu re
wil bc cost-effcctive and provi
will
ivide
bbei
e tte r service.
“ U ltim a te ly , w h a t w ee ’ve
’
tall
talked
alwut would m ean hett
iiltcr
ser
service for th e p a tie n t." Woi
■
’
ood
sai( “ It would m ean m ore ainli
said.
nbuhm
hmces,
b etter tra in in g capabi
ties and being a ble to adjust ibilities
to
covenii of the am bulance to whe;
enige
theambulance is needed." lere
the
U
Unistor uses four ambulance
^ Fij
be picked u p today.
’ V tis brief mistakenly
^ a y edition.
p r a n k s , f Safternoon
I
H iger
ck in to c u s to d y
5 o f a n ew b ond,
as a r r e s t e d a n d
'in F alls C o u n ty
« f i c e s tiiat will
_______
E x e c u t■e^fficLT
iv
L arry Wood
said,
Before the
the sale is final. Iiojvcve r, th e a: g r e e m e n t n e e d s
approval from
fro commissioners of
bothcoimtie.s.
tie
‘•We’re aa long
1
wiiy away from
com ing toto a d e c is io n on {a
regional pur
lu rtn ersh ip )." Toolson
said. “Tliere
TC are many questions •
yet to l>e ask<
sked and answ ered.’’
T he p rim
im a ry th in g fo r th e
Jerom e comi
immissioners to determine is whet
iietlier prom pt ser\-ice
------O rdinai^CE ON AES7
iT H
officc w ill bc open,
ill be d e l i v e r e d as
Tadlock’s lawyer,
;
Twi n F nlls
r John H ansen,
flbscd.
ord er with H iger
. ♦ > J o s lin Fic
appeal bond and
I KfRionai Airpo:
r re le a se , w hich
it^ u s iia l.
StS e v e ry th r e e
S tate offices
S Sw h o iirs.
Tlie TwinI to
F post tlie new
b e open yrc(n ig h t a n d b e
• T han k sg iv in g ,
• A sampling c
^ B t c d they wouli
A L L .EY
Official!Is: Jointt servicee must:be costt-effectitive
B] John T. Huddy
By
ills City H all w ill be
reopt
O i-;
i
- H ere is a list of .
will bo dosed, or open
: :T h c
INSII5
Obituaries............
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Id aho/W est.........
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Nation ...................
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iday, Novc;ml)t:r 26, I'
1999
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ROUND
i: VALLEY
if
;
Dairington
ttach in g but
, not from
ai
n activity
'r c r i r c s f rom
ro r
m cs-N ew s
‘r ’
^
I
i ; ; f T o t e a cch
h . JIO more:
• ; ^ n a c o rrDD cnm n
T^vin Falls has
as had little difficulty enfordng: compliance
cc
with
aesthetic stnndari
ard.s du e to both
the d ty ’s flexibilit;
ility and the cooporation of busine:
nesses, according
toO non.
B urley City Co
C ouncilm an Bill
S chafer hopes th
thie sam e would
be true in Burley,
y- , „
“ We would hop
lope folks would
coopenitc with it.
it. 1It shouldn't be
si big deal," he .said .
O ne concern IS
is th a t c a r lots.
w ith th e ir exteric
rio rs co n sisting
m ainly of concret
re te, d on’t h av e
th e space to sacri
crifice fo r londsc aping. W hen G
G;ary A sson o f
H eyburn co-ownet
ned a c a r lot in
T w in F a lls y ee aa r s ogo. h e
a d a m a n tly opposi
o sed th e la n d scape ordinance, he
hes;iid.
B ut a f te r h e cc«o m p lie d , h e
n o ticed um ozing
g rre s u lts w hen
c u sto m e rs co n tin
iniu e d to com m ent. And as o resu
isuh of tliat suecess, he similarly lai
landscaped tlie
. com m crcini propc
p c r ty h e la te r
p u r c h a s e d in B
Buu rle y , e v e n
thougli it wasn’t reqi
equired.
“ It does toke vnl
ra lu a b le space
ond it does take uu {good deol of
money," Asson said,
But he said it’s an
in iin v e stm e n ton in v e stm e n t thh aa t w o u ld d o
m ore harm thon gooc
ood if not prop.
erly maintained.
“ You c a n 't p utt S
S:2 0 .0 0 0 in to
TW IN FA LLS -• A
A recen t
n u clear accident that
lat rre le ased
dangerous levels tif radiation
radi
in
Jap a n has raisetl concen
cenis that a
sim ilar acc id en t could
uld h ap p e n
here.
They have happened
leti h ere in
the past.
A nd a n e w r e p o•ri
r t ;fro m
w a tc h d o g grou{) a siss e r ts Ih ai
they could hajipen here
■ere again.
But an INEEL s|)okesmi
.‘sm an says
th e site has a lre ad y aadc
ddressed
one of tJie p o te n tia li pn
p roblem s
i d e n tif ie d in th e! ggir o u p ’s
report.
Nine such accidents
:s - uncoiltrolled nuclear reactions
ons known
as “criiicnlity” nccideius
m s - have
occ u rre d in th e U nited
ted S la te s
since 1945. Three of these
ilies accidents occurred in Idaho,
t one
!io. No
w os k ille d in th e Idaht
laho accid e n ts , b u t f o u r p e o>|>le
p le w e re
k ille d a n d a t le a s t 17 pji e o p le
w ere overtsxiwscd to nidia
;idioiion
other U.S. acddents.
Tlie Sept>30 accident
II at
a t n fuel
fa b ric u tio n
f a c ility
ity
T o k o im u ro . J a p a n , aabb oo u t 75
m iles northeast of Tokyo,
:yo. wos a
criiicnlity. That is not th
thee .same
us a n u c le a r e x plositm
m . Ibut
releases energy, a characii
'acierisiic
blue glow and potentially
illy lethal
levels ofradintion.
T h ree Workers w ere inj
two critically, w hen a1 nu
n u clear
c h ain re a c tio n s in n e d it
th e T o k a im u r a p la n t,
r e a c tio n c o n tin u e d a boi 2 0
h o u rs b e fo re it w as sto
p
flopped.
At le a s t G3 p e o p le v
ex p o sed to r a d ia tio n , int
including 14 w o rk e rs w ho tr ie to
S lo p th e n u c l e a r r e a c t
th r e e f ir e f ig h te r s a n dd se
sc v e n
w o r k e r s a t a n e a r b y ,g o lf
c o u rse. A nd r e s id e n ts> of
o f th e
city o f 300,000 w e re aske
sk ed to
stay indoors for 24 hours.
A c c o rd in g to n re ce i
released rejwrt by Safe Energy
Em
C o m m u n icatio n C o u n c il, Ihe
potential e.xist.s for sim ilar ii
dents ai similar facilities in
,United Slates. The p o te n tia l;
exists for crilicality acddent: n t '
jo th e r fac ilities, in c lu d in g Ihe
Idaho National Engintiering i
7 - ssiiys
IEnvironmental Liiboraitiry,
th e r e p o r t’s a u th o r Roh
R obert
/Alvarez.
landscat
reaping and then hnve o 12 yenr-old
old kid take caro of it." he
s;iid.
Tliee Twin
T'
Falls ordinance does
includc
de a provision for m aintenonce, w
which Orton snid is e.ssential.
At one
one tim e Buriey hnd a pantim esani
w nitation officer to monitor
th e dity’s
ty ’; tidine.ss. M endenhall
.said, but
b ut th e position hns been
open for
for 0 whilo. T he city m ay
iook aItt reinstating
n
that position,
hesjiid.
d.
As Burl
hirley's propo.sed landscnping ordin
dinance currently stands,
th e teirm
rrr s a r e o n ly e n fo rc e d
upon the
he iissuance of a certificate
ofoccupai
jpnncy. And the d ty would
reservee tli
tlie riglit to eith er revoke
orw ithhol
ihold such n certificate,
The ord
ordinance is not yet finaliz e d . unc
Iind It has y e t to com e
before tht
th e City Council for furth e r r e JView.
v ii
And cily o fficials
won’t kno\
mow rules and regulations
the people
jple want unless they tell
tliem.
-I the best thing for th e
ink
p u b lic toto do is to com e to th e
m e e tin gg aa n d ,v o ic e th e ir opinor p
ion.” Mend
cndenhall said.
^ Alvarez is a form er .senior
cy advisor to E nergy Secrei;
B ill R ic h a rd s o n a n d fo
r er
o rnm
Timcs-Nei
■Netvs writer Ruth Streeter
d“ e p u ty nssistnni se c re tairy
ry ;for
con bc rvac.
vacluxi at the Mini-Cassia
environm ent and naiionnl seci
Burcati at
(
at 677-1042,
or by e-mail
,, u n d e r e n e rg y s c c re tn ri
ly
urmru?tcr<i
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R 'T - M inico H igh
School stuc
tudents’ involvement in
a traffic safety
sol
project led to an
aw ard, recc
icently presented by tlie
Id a h o Tror
r o n s p o rta tio n D ep a rtm ent.
T h e awai
w ard, g iv e n fo r team w ork In adi
ad d ressing safety conc e r n s a t 300
3( W e st n nd Id a h o
Hl{piway25,
25, Is shared with ITD’s
D istrict IV, based
I
In Shoshone.
M inico sti
stu d e n t council mcmbers, law eenforcem
r
ent, ITD district employi
loyces, members of the
Afinl-Cabia
>ia transponadon committeO and
c
d others
joined togcthe r to alleviat
riate safety concerns ot
th e Interseci
tectlon, th e scene o f a
fatal acdden
lent last y ear involving
0 s tu d e n t’
lution: a sa fety class,
O ne soluti
whi stu d en ts m ust toke .oft
which
ifle r
o r e r e q u ir e d to m
m oke
10reet
receiving
a moving violotion.
m inute presentation
on to a n o th e r
A b o u t 30 s tu d e n ts hoi
lovc
d is iric t closs, to tei
te a c h o th e rs
atte
ittendcd the d oss, and so far,
ir. it
what they learned,
h
a
s
la s p r o v e n s u c c c s s f u l, sai
sold
“Hopefully, wc wil
will sec a difJam W ardle, resource offici
Fames
iccr
ference.’’ he snid.
ofor^
r Minidoka County.
M easurable s ta tist
:istics w ill bc
‘‘I< o re being o little moi
“Kids
lore
nvoiloble nt the endd of
c th e year.
cout
autious," W ordle said. “ By wor
rord
said Blossom Mathew
lews, director
oiff mmouth it is ed ucating ever;
cryof M agic Valley Safe
ifc Kids, who
body
cdy."
w o rk e d on d e s ig n ir
1 helped to teach studer
ItIt has
lent
nents of the safety pn
program
drive
rivers about m oving violation:
>ns,
tougiit tlie first two dosses.
do
rang]
mging from failure to stop at
« 0
“It is one of the mo
most compre. :op
stopsign to crossing th e yelJoi
tow
hensive troffic safety
ty Initiotivcs
Une,W ardle said.
ne,
ever developed." Math
athcws sold.
TTh
he c la s s tc a c h c s s tu d e nn tts
T h e p ro je c t is con
a
whhat
a t thoy d id w rong, w hy thi
the
successful m odel for tho
mista
istajic w as m ade an d how thc^
ley
soid C harles W inder,
2r, chairm an
can
e
tn corrcct
them , h e said. It alst
Iso ^ o f th e Id a h o T ra n s r
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o b llc m , s h e sa id , is d e te r ffrree s h a s t o d a y ’s s o u t h a r m
m , it
t h e c a u se w a y is Im pi
m i n i n g w h a t is “ h e a l t h y " a n d
m ig
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m
lil I f t h e U S G S c aalc
lc u la tlo n s a re
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y Ih e
c o r r c a - a n d o thheerr r e s e a r c h e r s
w ild ly in re
re.'sp o n se to s u b tle sJiifts
sscic
c ie n tis ts is h o w m u c h th e W
W «t
h a v e q u e s t i o n e d th
in c lim ae.tc .
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D
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i g b ir d s a n d
in g a d r olu
u g h t in th e e a r iy 1 9 6 0 s
lev<
le
v e ls . T o c o n tr o l f lo o d in g ,. ti h e
t h e b r i n e s h r i m. p i n d u s t r y is
t h a t m annyy e x p e r t s w o r r i e d i t
sstat
ta te b o u ^ t h u g e p u m p s to m
n ot v e
b le a k .
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ly g| ro w in g
b a ck .
A s a sin g le m o m d e ailin
lin gj iv iiji^
fam ily crisis, T in a h a s; le a n e d -o n
r e l a t i v e s a n d f r i e nn dd s . H e r
e m p lo y e rs w e r e g r e a t, to
tooo ,a U 6 ft3
in g h e r s c h e d u le to b c flcxibleY
flexi
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id .
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G illo tti f a m ily h a d ju sitt re}ceived
rc
t h e n e w s o f M ik e ’s c a nnccie r a n d
th e r e a lity w a s h a n g in g: oovc
v o r th c ir
h e a d s l i k e a d is m a l c: lloo u d , t h e
c o m m u n ily c a m e to th c:ir
ir rne sc u e .'I,
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x u s t o m e d to
w o rk in g a m ile iir so) b te n e a th th e
e a n li, a r c in v itin g p e o rp le to look
b e n e a t h t h e s u r f ai c ce o f t h e i r
indu.stry.
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fire; e x p c c te d f o r th e N
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M i n i n g A s s o c i a t i oi n ’;
’s a n n u a l
c o n v e n tio n
h e r eL* S u n d a y
th r o u g h F r id a y . R c pirr eess c n ia tiv c s
o f t h e W e s t’s e x tra c tiv
tivee m in e r a l
i n d u s t r y h o p e t o uiss e t h e s e s s io n .s t o p o l i s h t hlee iiir p u b l i c
im a g e .
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st
U .S .
r i g h t n o w . W c r e a lizz e ti h a t p e rm il s c o m c , o r d o n 't ccoi
o m c , w ith
th e c o n s e n t o f th e p u b llic ,'' s a id
E r ic W illia m s o f E niv
v ir
ir o n o m ic s
I n c ., a L ib b y , M o n t.*• b aa s e d c o n s u itin g firm f o r n a tu rra
a li r e s o u r c e
in d u s trie s .
“ W ith amn y m in e o p e ra tio n tlia t
is p r o p o se
:d,d ,th e p u b lic is g o in g to
Iw in v o lvL'd,
e d , a n d w e n e e d to figu r e o u t ml oo r e e f f e c tiv e w a y s in
d i.s c u s s in gg tth e is s u e s w ith t h e
p u b lic ,” saa id
id W illia m s, w h o w ill
d i a i r a k e y/n
n co te ses.sion.
H i s t o r i cr aally
l , p u b lic re la tio n s
h a v e f o c uj ss ec d o n t h e j o b s a n d
ta x r e v e n u e s g e n e r a te d b y m in in g . a n d }n
onc o n s u m e r r e lia n c c
o n .p r o d u :ct ts
s m a d e f ro m m in e r als.
B u t e n v'iirc
ro n m e n ta l a n d c o n s e r v a t i o n1 gg r o u p s h a v e b e e n
b r u is e d thlee i n d u s t r y in r e c e n t
y ears,
L a s t y e; aa r , e n v i r o n m e n t a l
g r o u p s p roitc
tc ;s tc d a t t h e a sso c ia tio n m e e tin
lg,g ,d ism issin g a s a p u b l i c - r c l a t i omn s p l o y t h e m i n i n g
.g r o u p ’s n e w
kv ecn v iro n m e n ta l p rin c i p l e s c a ll i n g f o r m in i m iz in g
w a s te a n d cro
o n serv in g e n e rg y .
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DeathINOTICEJ
nd
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HAGERM AN - N
Nia n c y E l l e n l u n d , 5 9 ,. oc f
H a g e rm a n , d ie d W ednc
d n e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 2 4 ,1 9 919
9 sa t
' h e r h o m e i n H a g c nm
n aain . A rr a n g e m e n ts a r c p e n td i n g u n d e r t h e d ir eic
c t!
tio n o f D e m a r a y ’s G o o dlin
in g
C hapd.
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cx
jx p llo rin g w a y s to e n t e r ra tioonn a l
dlis
is c u ssio n s w ith o p p o n e n ts a in d
ree s h a p in g th e i n d u s t r y ’s im a gg e ,
WiUi
V illiam s said .
“T
1 h e i s s u e i s t h e e n v i rroo n mtiee n t.” h e s a id . “ O ft e n ti m e s; w
v e
s p ce nr d t o o m u c h t i m e t a l k :in
ir g
a b o uu t jo b s lu id th e ta x e s w c ppaay .
T'hh o ;s e a l l a r e i m p o r t a n t , b tu t
w?hhei
en I t c o m e s d o w n t o i t , th
th e
issu
s u e LS th e e n v iro run c^ l "
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son
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tu r c s tx jp resein tativ es o f o diieau
n aatu
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n u c hl c a r p o w e r - s h a r i n g th e i
exqpxei
rien c ejs.
ie s ,
lt o u g h th e y fa c e d ifflcu ltie;
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p eirm
rm :it p r o c e s s . I n P e n d O reille
C o u n ty , n o r th o f S
Spc
p o k a n e , stu d jHst c a ll B ryant to
ic s a r e u n d e r w a yf tteo d e te r m in e •
aO hw u s m try .^ y o u 'll b « ple
w h e th e r aix H iiea 'oIld
I in e w ill b e
dm
■ flv * -y « a r w a r r a n ty ,
rcopeaiecL
o tti* r e a c u e .
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U r ~ : r |M d
p la a s m l t t u r t y o u dldl
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aho
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I Dec]:lo senaItor red]iresfioim teadhing, bm t not activityy
5■.r
BS'firegory Hahn
Tlm»»WBW» writar
he
an
•I.
~
. D E C L O -F o rmnore
o r than th ree
decades, D em on Dai
D arrington h ^
sp en t ea c h autum
n in a Cassia
mo
County classroom,
■.F o r close to th>e
e p a st two, he
h a s s p e n t th e sai
sa m e se a so n
p re p a rin g fo r th ee tl
th ree-m o n th
session of the Idaho
h o Legislature.
And, oh y e a h - h e fan
farms.
'B ut th is y e a r, the
Dcclo native with tht
th e distinctive
crcwcut finally found
und th e w ay to
fit his s c h e d u le int( a
day. H e retired from
m tteaching.
-It doesn’t seem to h ave freed
up a lot of free time,
“I ’ve b e e n so sw a
things," h e said thiss w
w-eek. “I wond e rw h c re lh a d th e’tin
time lo tcach."
•This y e a r . D arrii
r r in g to n h a s
enjoyed a farm-frieni
iendly fall. H e
said he’s n ever seen
i w eather
:n the
l e t fa r m e r s g e t so0 m
n u ch w ork
done. And h e has divei
lived in io some
Im po rtan t. If unglam
am orous, legidative issues.
>:He’s looking a t som
some £ine-tuning to the state's scx-of
ic-offender registry laws, w hich hlee h1: elped create. H e’s considering
ing a n idea to
create a s eparate licen
cense for marr ia g e a n d fa m ilyf tl
th e r a p is ts ,
though he h a sn ’t quit
lu ite d ecid ed
on this one. And he’s
5’s >
working on
an update to Idaho law to let docures be transferred electro n ically
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EtttlBiiIs Utl a 110099 s t e &
f
IfcRliKrIHcEiScliod
W nliicsday. aDarrteeton
retlrod frora
t( a c U n f tM s y w b o t s tm an)i99 1i ]a p a n U ic f l l n Ont t e d M R n n a
Dta
Idaho abreas
east w ith b tisin e s proctices.
“Ju st linj-,
ny, in-the-trencbes t> pe
stuff." D arrii
rrington said.
T h is efe
y ef o r d e ta il a n d t h e
p a tie n c e to
to w o rk on i i h a v e
iillo*
Hp¥g»g ghFT^ptmi MkmMTT mrit
dur
in ih
-TD
tfae
rules
u l e C «n td
Ceiiii) (S W H .. EB
Biiiil
iiM .-‘S fc g atiI)» » d fairm > g trw OtiL
iti
-wfaot
rhot ifae J n e s . '
Could an d Darringroi
;ton chair tfae
Hinise an d S enate judi
udidary commi rtma. wfaicfa sfaare: re
responsibilin for legal- a n d rule;
iles-oriented
thlls. W hen a n idea hlas
^ problems,
tfore o r after
discovered ei tfaer befoi
it p asses
s e s th e L e g is ln iu rc ,
y
year,
he was one of ihc first
'i r s i Kj
ton is on top of ii.
c
D arrington
consider
ir>ing 10 rcpliiCL-L- sst;ta le
“ H e’s; tli
tik e a bulldog,” Gould
si
schiwls’
Su|Hrriniciidc-nt Ann
m I'l
Fox.
said.
h e decided ag a in st th e moi
H
But D)aan
rrin g to n ’s pun c tilio u s
a: the Republican prinuirj'
and
fit
y fieiii
n a tu re doe
Joesn’t distract him from
ni
aitnicicda
crowd.
th e hifih-pn
-profile i-Vvues.
At the lime, he w ouldn't'I ri
rule
He has
IS a rcpuintion ns a “law
oi ilie possibility of running
out
ling ill
a n d ordd ci
e r ” la w m a k e r, w ho
li future. He certainly has
llie
as tith e
w o rked to to ughen sc n tc n c in g
ei
education
expi-riL-nce anil know
kno and to broa
iroadcn punislied crimes.
hi
how,
•
He helped
cd icreate th e slate’s sucHurley Junior IHrJi SdiiwI
h
« l hiscessful D
Dci
cparim ent of Ju v en ile
to teacher Colleen I'arkin.I. wl
tory
will)
Corrections
ons. He floiitcd a failed
ta
taught aliuif;.si(io D arriniuon
f r
i)n fo
bill to enco
icouniRc dress codes for
H years, said te a th e r s at
ti
10
II tilltcachers: aann d students in public
sc
school
definileiy know Ueniiii;
schools.
not around ihis year,
Aside froi
from his o^m legislative
“He was the stliool’s autliori
.service, Dai
Darrington has personal
or Idaho's pasi,'' she siid.
on
connections
Dns In Idaho politics. His
“Tliis man never used noif-i,
i-s. IIlld a u g h te r lo
Ii b b ies fo r R eg en c e
t
nnever
had flash ca rd s,” I’arki
a rk iii
Blue Shield
ild of Idaho. He grew up
sii; "He had it in the hack i>f hhis
Siiid.
w ith H ouj
o u s e S p e a k e r B ruce
mi
mind.
He rec ite d ii liki- iiI w
w;as
Newcomb,
b, 1R-Burley. D arrington
pc
personal
hisior>',''
e v e n ha n d (e d th e p o p u la r lawi was lough, she said,. and
He
an
m ak e r and
id fformer Democrat hi.s
sir
structured, but he was iJie last
1)
ast 11
first defe:aati in a S e n a te ra ce in
coi
romplain if an assembly or other
mhu
1992.
ivent changcd ever> one’s <iay.
dai
S incc that
h a t win an d another In
An
\n d though he had an old-scho<
chool
1986 o v■cr
e r D e m o c ra t G ra m
wa
vay of running the classroom,
h
n , he
H ansen, Doj
Darrington hasn’t been
lai
au g h ed a t th e te a c h e r s w
whi
ho
challenged
I: a general election.
d in
pin
lined for the good-old days -- am
and
H e h a s n ’t
f
't fa ile d 10 ta k e m ore
gof
’ood-old studcms.
th a n 60 pen
jc rc e n t o f th e prim ary
“ H e ’d say th e y h a v■en‘i
en'
vote,
chj
hanged,” she siiid.
D a rrin g tc
to n h a s f lirte d w ith
higher, ambit
ibitions as well. He has
7
Timcf-A'wiV
staff writer Crc£on
called hims«
n s e lf a “born political
llal
lahn can Ik nvclitxl at 733-093}
')93'l.
ju n k ie ." In 1992,
:
he ran unsucExi
Ixt. 231. or hll c-rnailf CJI
a.
cessfuUy foorr S
! erute pro tem. Last
glia
hahn<th)iaKicv(ilUv.i.vin.
- Ambulaimce------th e student
II iis ticketed a second
tim e, th e irr ppa ren ts m u st a tte n d
the class uxi,
xt. d• ie said.
A fter a Nw
Nov. 1 1 ,199S. iteddott
killed Minico
ic o stu d e m L y jea n n e
Keiterling,, co
concern s abcnn imersection s ^fety
e t; cam e to ifae forefro n t
“ T h e studi
u d e n t b o d y d e c id e d
th e y w a n te
:edd som etfaine do n e.
P e titio n s w
w<en t a r o u n d ." s a id
H eather 1^-1
oj'le. a student public
relations inIte
tcm who. along w ith
s tu d e n t b ojddyj P re s id e n t B e e s e
H a r p e r an
d P r in c ip a l D an
ind
Rogers, accej
c e p te d tfae aw ard o s
lesdiooL
behalf of ches
SSxt
r u f l m r t iftiih ilr pn » »fc a irc?? T himmg| c t u a d Qie d u f w b e c a u s n
xi3 issA -tr uinr
S a^ C e
s ilid
i d. .S m f l a m s W H J* s B c p ta e“d
-wfaim
ta l a ib « mrES a g 'g t u r g ^
SSD;0
>D;000 i n r w ttrik am
nxtarx x iu n jxxi£ (itfh a r m i m ^ i m s aloa
v l' Jl fyia't-a?- p c n ify a a n i.. a f t e c
virMd
eM-ini: oi g irta tfg c tc a tn i B y f i l t ­
s i ee rr ^i r x i i i t a s
g c e s id e n r
jcK
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e
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Tjma-TSiBv.'/:
a r tr ia ir Ha r n tin e
Catiet
ow ner ,sa r Sie mztt:flw£ a s cAit
tn i-C a sd c m tra w j im Siirii/ff-at
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ley^ajT
‘,ami
Report—
CfriUmMd fromBl
I{azcl O’L e a ry a n dd F e d e r ic o
f td a .
S ]|h e problem s in d uluded
d i ag in g
storoge fad lities. u n stat
riaU in deteriorating: containers.
co:
f ^ and explosion risks
i
ks and
Inade q u a te ly t r a i n e d w o rk e rs .
y^Jvarez noted.
“T he s itu a tio n is cv<
ev e n m o re
serious now than w hen
tl e previJl th
d ." h e said.
oUs accidents occum id,"
T^ince m any o f th e see m
it aterials
w ere n o t in te n d e d fo
o r :sto ra g e ,
cnc natu re of th e critica
ticality risk
has changed significantly.
Itly.”
; i t ta k e s o n ly a s l i t t l e a s a
I ^ u n d o f p lu to n iu m I or
o r h ig h ly
e n ric h e d u r a n iu m , uni
u n d e r th e
rig h t co n d itio n s, to set
se t o f f a n
uncontrolled nuclear cha
chain rcaction.
I “The latest Jap a n e se
a ddent
X ac
i4 a b lu n t w a rn in g to> th
tli e DOE
th a t safety and accauntab:
lability a re
v ita lly im p o r ta n t a t a ll U .S .
n u c le a r s i te s .” salid
id S c o tt
Denman, th e council's; cx
execuuve
director.
' At the INEEL, Alvarez
irez n oted.
53 steel barrels o f uraniun:
ium stored
o u ts id e c a n n o t b e Ins)
in s p e c te d
b c ca u se o f c o n c re te shi
sh ie ld in g
around them. A bout ISO
SO barrels
of uranium are stored inn an
ai earthen berm w ith thousands
ids o f barrels of plutonium < oniam
lam in ated
waste.
I The problem s w ere id en
e tified
B
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C o i i ^ fromBl
iaecrsection to re s trict
ic t;th e use of
o u ts id e la n e s a n d di
d is c o u ra g e
p a ssin g . W a rn in g lig h ts w e r e
in s ta lle d a h e a d o fr at
a n d a t th e
intersection.
“T h e y a r e co m preh
re h e n s iv c ly
addressing th e issule
e vw ith engineering, enforcem ent,
It, ieducation
and evaluation,” Mathei
thews said.
cFrom e v a lu a tio n1 sslh e e ts b y
stu d e n ts , s a f e ty clas;
la s s ad m in i s t r a t o r s h a v e l e a rnn e d s t u d e n t s w e r e l i s t e n i rn g . M at*
hew s said.
And stu d e n ts h a v^e
e cco nveyed
tho message to th e irr pi
p aren ts. If
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Jenune cnmmisauiners.
“t dbrfc
any of us would
h a ^ e a p ro b le m w ith U n isc a r
Valley if the
being sold m Magic Val
ierrice continues th eE way
w it has
been»" Toolson said.
C o u n ty
Tw in
F a lls
Cam miasioncr C arla1 R ee d sa id
tbe regional effort shoul
ould betiefit
botfa ojunties.
“Any tim e jtju h avee something
si
regionaL ic w ill m ak
e ic m o re
ike
d
cDst-«ffi-ctive.’ sfae saiid
R e p re se n ta d v e s froi
rom M agic
Tolley Regioiml a re putt
rutting numbers to g e th e r to d e teerm
n in e the
casts o f reg io n a l servit
■vice. R e ed
said
Wood sa id a sale pric
irice hasn ’t
b e a t determined.
Buc d ie m e r ^ would
dd h elp out
ninstarv whose parantedi
edicservice
has s tm g ^ e d m akingJ p aym ents
:T |li% 'ir T iji
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>pdramodlcs and 10 EMTs, sU
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fetvE ntnpriscs a C 's Daramodle
rvice. It hos four ambulancos. sli
rnnodka on stoK and 10 EMTs.
■t IstiM c o st o( U w d n t? To be
tonnfned.
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nespt
IptlMon. Hnal approval would
TB front both counties' convnlsnofii In.ihe next few vncks.
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b u ild in g , p a yj s fo r che c o st o f
m ile a g e ofor r a c o u n iy -o w n c d
ambi
ibulance and has 10 pay for' its
slum
are for emergency dispatdiing
ing
a t the
th Southern Idaho Regional
nal
Com
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a; o . O ffic ia ls a t
IN E E L a r e trtra
a c k in g p o te n tia l
problems there,
Te, . ^ k c q n a n Brad
Bugger said.
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rrels stored outside
have b e e n re
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now sto re dMl
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in s id e a b u ild
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lei fortunate In Pueblo.
C o lo.
I n v e s t i gg : a t o r s m i g h I tt n e v e r
k n o w ‘wi v h y ’ i n f a m lii l y d e a t h s
OLYMPIA (AP) - 1Investigators
a re p u ttin g th e picc<
ieces to g e th e r
and figuring out how
IOW a Thurston
County couple kiUed
led tJiemsclves
and tlicir cwo young
d
;g diildren.
Tliey m ay n ev er know
knc why.
T h e fam ily - Thon
fiomas Briggs,
33, his w ife Dawn,, 2/
27, a n d th e ir
children Jesse, 10. and
anc Deonna, 7
- w e re fo u n d M ondi
n d a y a t th e ir
ru r a l h o m e in s o u th T h u rs to n
County. Briggs was: in th e dining
room , dying of a guns
unshot around
to th e h e a d . T h e oil
o th e r s w e re
dead in th e m aster bc
bedroom, th e
bodies bearing no our
outv.-ard signs
of violence.
T ox ic o lo g y te s tss,, vw h ic h w ill
ta k e a few w e e ts, are being perform ed to d eterm inee w hether th e
w om an an d ch ild ren w e re poisoned.
But inve
ivestigators W ednesday
w ere also
< nsidering th e possi•o co
bility th at ih
i ey.w ere suffocated.
D etectiv,-es
es found a p la stic bag
filled with
th condensation, as if it
had been1 used
u
to suppress someo iie’s b re
'c a th in g , in th e liv in g
room o f th
thie fam ily’s small ramb icr, T hurs
urston C ounty S h e riffs
Capt. Dan
K
n Kimball
said.
And a family
far
friend who visitc d th e houi
ouse M onday afternoon
said a d istr
straught Thom as Briggs
asked forr h e lp in p u ttin g a bag
over his hci
head. Kimball said. H ie
friend went
ent to au th o ritie s, who
forccd their
leir way into th e Grand
Mound-area
“ea home.
W ASHINGTON (A P) th a n a d o z e n e n v ir o n n
g ro u p s h a v e a s k e d P re i
Clinion to con\T ne a “salm
e n c e su m m it” to c o rre c
thc>- called serious errors I
N a tio n a l M a r in e Fish
S e rv ic e in tr y in g to re
Pacific NorthH-est salmon
ladons.
S d e n tis ts from o th e r f«
agcnoes sfaould m eet by F d
fix the protJem s caiBcd by h
aa x rd in g to American Rivei
S iena Q u b and other graups
The 17 groups’ le tte r to Q
on W ednesday is th e ir stro
d is a p p ro v a l y e t o f a sal
reco\'cry utv ld n g p ap e r the
cries agenc>-presented last 1
But a s p o l f ^ a n for tiitt \
House CouncO oo E m in n m
Quality expressed confiden
the Fisfaeries Serrice.
The “F our H Wcvfcing P«
NMFS released a w eek ago
lined th e agency’s view on
m ost e ffe c tiv e w a y to re s
s:
salmon in th e S nake R i w .
NMFS said th e most effc*
scenario M-ould be ro breach
d l d»e
sc
fc u r d am s in th e lo w e r ri
fo
riv e r.
in c re a se fe d e ra ] regulatio:
ion to
ppirotect h a b ita t, re d u c e ovt
•verall
production o f fish in haicho
i»eries,
in
d a ily
S
’"c re a se e f fo r ts to artifici.
produce n ild fish an d allow a
pr
mal amounts o f Gsfaing.
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law aiian Affairs
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Us <
disabled Sen.
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I Dnniel Inouyc a “ori'
‘'one-arm ed ban' (lit" has denied a1 tit
new allegation
th u t s h e t h r e a te
:enn' e d to “ k ick
Inouye's yellow a-.”
T h e l a t e s t furo;
i r o r in v o lv in g
MililanJ T rask *- anc
and h e r refusal
W ednesday to apo:
tpologize - has
widened th e ethnic
lie ichasm in the
islands, w here Nativ
stive Hawaiians
are struggling for som
s< e form of
sovereignty while! dcliaim ing to be
victims of r a d a l '**• rijnination.
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T h e con tro v ersy
acc H a w a iia n s a n d no n llaw aiions a lik e fron
from th a t effort
because Inouyc. ai sc
senator for
years, is considered a
icon here.
He lo s t h is rig h a rm
a
gren ad e b la st while
Itile serving in
Vorid W arn .
tfie Arroy during Wor
:• - T h e a ll e g a t io nn t h a t T r a s k
■ Iw re a ie n e d to “ kkic
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:e d in a confi-•::yelIow a - ” su rfaced
: d en tia l m em o by' Oi
OHA tru ste e
: Colette M achado.
M achado also dclaim
a i cd T rask
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o’s w hore" to r
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in d er Inouye’s
political control,
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ir sureery th is summer.
M^agic
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7. ihcfc were 159 cfeuihs from bre
ireast canccr in Idaho. In
the
/ear. there were 121 new cases of breast cancer diagnosed
the
lie Valley urea. Earlier diagnosis
is of brcasl canccr could
the ves of 10 more women in (he Mu|
lagic Valley each year,
MVRMC
1C IofTcrs 1.2(K) reduced-cost mun
ammognims cach year
(600 in Ocioh
:iober and 600 in April). The MV
1VRMC Outpatient Services
office ofTersu
rs a free breast self-exam cducuiii
Ilion program (7.16-1675).
the ouihcm Idaho Regional Canccr G
cancer suppor
ipon group-;, including one spccifi
rifically for breast cancer
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Area Q uick R espom
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Response Units s:ivc lives and tim
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ure the initial personnel who respond
id to all emergency mcdical
ding aulo accidenis, in the Mugic
lie Valley. Their volunteer
ide Emergency Medical Tcchnicia
;ians and others trained in
mcasurc>. Bencficiaries of the; F
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the QRUs loca
[ocaied in Albion. Bliss. Buhl. Cat
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:lo. Dietrich. Filer. H.igcrman. Kii
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.LS (A P) - A fte r
Union,
s
n, said
the decision lo allow
T h at d e c isio n w ould
Id ha v e
h o p e fu lly to taki
ints from emplo>‘employe
oyces to keep the stock was
forced 1,100 cm|>loyecs lo
0 se
sell thi;
t Lockheed Martin
curious,
stock, wliidi has l>een on1 a cdownice, th e nei%-Idaho
T h e u: runion backed several memw ard slid e fo r th e last
' ar.
ist ye
g in e c r in g a n d
bers who
Atho asked to hire a law jer to
Mond.iy it closed at S203/K
13/16 per
L a b o ra to i^ coninvesdga
tigate die committee's investsliarc*, less tlian half of itsS va
VillllU u
rsed a d edsion tc»
ment dcc
IDAHO FALLS
dedsions. Hc could not say
year ago.
nent fund.
w hether
hearing complaint;
tier that prom pted the new
The decision to term inati
nate the
Idaho INc
CCS forccd to sell,100
Lc e m p lo y e e s
National Engineering and
fund w as o riginally m ade
id c by a
told d iey would
Environi
stock at a km* price
onm ental L aboratory conLockhocd Martin investment
lent cumw hich has
tra a o rr to
N a tio n a l E n gstock,
ir
to take a second look,
m ittcc . New Bcchtel mlanagers
ana
for d ie last
“ I t kiik in d o f s e ts y ou back,
E n\-ironm ental badly
U
looked into die issue and can
camc to
ofMarch.
because
tractor has re%-eTse
ise they said legally they
nonth.
the same condusion last mont
couldn't
d cuethatretirem;es,
ef who stood to
I't 1let die people hold it.” he
They argued that lawsi governgo<
if retirem ent dolsaid. “The
M o re th a n 1,1C
They pretty much ontM-igluing in v e s tm e n t p la n s recj
rec| u ire
e dedsion. Thejie d thle
e nre . T hat alw ays kind of
w ere originally htol
employers to offer “diversif
jrsified”
fund
a
s
a
longmakes
yoi
5you scratch >-our head."
have to sell th e stc
funds witli m ultiple stocks.
:s. T
TJiere
n t a n d d id n o t
Emplo;
ployces w ere first told in
beenpeifonningba
is an exception for single
lc sstock
th e y could not
Augustit tlthat, given the change in
)'ca r,b )-ih ecn d or-f?
funds m ade up of employer
.si
er -Stock,
hoping it would
c o n traa c tto rs a t chc lab , th e
Some eniplo>-ccs,
but that no longer applied
v
L-d ivhen
Iture.
L o ckhee
lose thousands of
r
le e d M artin sto ck fund
L o ck h eed M a rtin 's cont;
o n tr a c t
Id th a t b ec au se
i^'ould bc
be d osed out at the end of
tars, ctucsdoned the
ended on Oct. 1, employees
.•cs \were
n
>
%
’os
no
longer
March.
b o u ^ t in to th e fu
lold.
te r m in v e s tm e ,n m
t a in ta in in g a
u n d e rsta n d whymtlade up of that
k eep th e stock, hostock violated
lent law s
ACBSPAcerediU-d
rebound in the futur
T h ey w ere tolda se c o n d legal
Lodcheed M artin Bve c h te l B&W
CouKcwork Com pletedd
th e ir em p lo y er, m c o m m iite e
in 16 Monthn
retirem ent fund kmato let employ^ ^ ^ ^ B
single com pany’s!tircment
s
money
Cloiwcs O ffered
empk>>-ecim'cstnien
2 E vening# P e r Week
A tle r g e n i n g . ^
o p in io n , a new lur,
B' president of
Id a h o In v e stm eMlied-Industrial,
nt
In tcm ntionnl C om ponent
nt
n etrg y W orkers
|
d e d d e d diis w eek
ees lea\-e their retir
N ext Sexnion Starlit
,(,e L oc k h ee d J
in J a n u a ry 2000
fund indefinitely,
nt Collcilc o f S o u th e m Idaho
Doc Detonancour,
oho
d ie local Paper, Alli
C hem ical a n d Enei
'^k At//ome
>) - A d octor
LEW ISTON (A P)
fo u n d g u ilty la sitt im o n th o f
; fondling th e breasts
ts of
o a fc^male
p a tie n t h as b e e n sen
s e n te n c e d to
the m aximum penalty.
Alvin Cormack, a gc]
general prac: litioner, was sentencec
iced to a year
: in ja il by M ag istra
-ate
te G regory
' K alb fleis^ and ordere
lered to pay a
Sl,000 fine. But 335S ddays of the
the fine ^vas
yalLff- jail tim e a nd S250 off th
' *W K - ' s'‘spended.
nd I30 days in
T«
Cormack will spend
; jail, b e g in n in g J a n1.. 33, an d p ay
ompletes proS750 as lo i^ a s h e com]
< bation, w h i^ ends Nov
^ov. 24. 2001.
I He also was ordered to ppay for any
; tounseling his victim requires.
req
; : T h e g u ilty v e r d ic t a n d senTial revealed
; tence cam e afte r a trial
nan’s breasts
' Cormack felt a woman
' during an exam of h e•rr bback.
the
; Tlie touching wasi outside
ot
; scopc of th e exam, the
1C ji
ju ry dedd-
I
pa
paign” ag a in st h e r becausc
bboo a rd in f ig h tin g . M ac h :
denied that.
In o u y e h a d n o coriok
"^r
Wednesday on th e latest alle
- 'A
dons. H e previously said h e >
“ s a d d e n e d " by T ra sk ’s inil
ise o f
remarks.
hado
OHA, a q u a s i-s ta te ag e n
w as established in 1978 to t u
S300 miUion tr u s t b e n e fitti
uegath e estim ated 200,000 desci
d a n ts o f th e is la n d s ’ origM
ir iial
inhabitants.
:n cy .
®
ttin g
sfenjin a l
*.Wd\Tf I’tf/ioi io a re^
I
one-acrc lot to k e e p farn
farm animals. Instead, owners witl
with less
than an a c re would bce aalb le to
k e e p a n im a ls if th e yy gi
g e t an
adm inistrative perm it from
fror the
couniy.
C o m m issio n e rs also
so w ill
remove a proposed require
uirem cnt
that im covered m anureL- storage
st<
be at least 100 fcei from1 a neigliii
bor’s dwelling. W alker said.
aid.
T h e C o u n ty C om m issit
issio n is
expected to review th e zo
zoning
changcs in January.
Empic
Mi
Hawailiian trusteee repeats) jremark
many tthink insiults disable
led senato
J
h e a It ooiu t of th e d is c u s s io n ."
Comim
missio
i
n er F ra n k W alk er
said.
. “ Wc had no in te n tio n of
making
ing this contentious,"
T hICe cco u n ty ’s P la n n in g an d
Zoning
ng Commission set Dec. 9
for a spcciai
spc
meeting on th e proposal.
L
I. Livestock
in te rests have
schedul
du led tlicir own m eetings
on Tues
uesd.-iy a n d Dec. 2 to discussthe
theproposals.
T hee cco m m issioners w ant to
r e la IC
x th
t e c o u n ty ’s e x is tin g
r e q uire
ir em e n t fo r a m inim um
loyees hang
gon to Lod:kheed shan
ires
Office of Hawaiian Affairs
Affi
tnistoe Mllllanf Traik lald
lid 1Wednesday that she would not
a(
It apoloelze
for ber recent deserlpt
ofU .S .Sen. Daniel Inouyc,
Ino
O-Hswall, as a ‘onMrmed
ned bandit’
^
Protes:sts prompt
)t change irn regulatioi
Dns
B O ISE (A P ) - A d a C o u n ty
com m issioners1 hi
h av e dccidcd to
re lax p ro posedd liv
1 esto ck kceping re g u la tio nIS
s ith a t h a v e rank led suspidous: or
anim al owners.
T he change con
:om es in response
to a heatecl publi
iblic h earin g last
w ee k in w hich^ nm nre th a n 300
people pro tested
:ed th e p roposed
re g ^ a tio n s. whicl
lich are p a rt of a
m a jo r revisionI to
tc th e c o u n ty ’s
zoning ordinance.
ce.
or doing this is-as
a k e som e o f th e
, :
;
Dec.-2-5,1?99
Saturday,' 1 0 ;t
a ji i .; i o ; |p . m .
Sunday, N (»n.fc 6 p
Kimberiy R c ^ (Fom»^W
V o ie m ^ L o c a tio D )
- l iInitsday
m
-
I
I
I
■
|B
^
Volunteers a\re
r e .needed and appreciated{ - c a l l 737-2481 today!
^L M ^MAGIC
V/ALLEY
^
l ^ L CENTER
g io n a l m e d ic
M
I
Tlm«W<«wi
|
FrW „.»«m
n
voflib«f26,iM9
to/Wesi-
d a h c
ice identi:ifyhomeJiless victi;ims, Te:jxas tow n1 Starts hewaling pro(
ocessf
they w esre beateisn to deaath afteer unw antIted spotliight of bi^
igotiy,
I (A P) - Policc h a v e
th e h o m e le ss m e n
ss were found ^ liin d
tion la s t w eek , a n d
rs say both victim s,
: others found recent'p a re n tly b e a te n to
r~ ~
——------------ 1
,
g a tj'i
j
f
reports w ere still
d, b ut police said
cause of d eath in
: blunt force trauhave been found
lile radius around
:e Septem ber.
:tim s o re George
62, an d Donold
ng buddies whose
m d Sept. 7; Milo
whose body was
26; and K enneth
se d eco m p o sed
und O ct. 22.
5 b eaten Sept. 7
pital Sept. IS.
ts a re not availvhose body was
•, but authoriiies
10 victim s w ere
n to deatli.
fathan Harrison,
■lolden, 18, have
!0 m connccdon
i's death. Police
hc slayings a rc
e th er a copycat
nm ent Monday,
'hillips ord ered
.
.
-
:.v --
le, C hristopher Ball,
curt M onday w here
ged as an adult wilh
m urder in the death
Bsiiington. Ball is tlie
.
h re e arrested in conWashington's death,
victims were idcnti•y R edden, 4G, and
, 50. Police released
4 i
ime Tuesday.
vas a fo rm er boxer
)meless advocate he
I to sleep in tiie field
I® ®
y was found bccause
care of himself, the
:y M o untain News
la B f f l
day.
Ijn H
d M endoza’s headB S 9
rc found about 300
st W ednesday in a
nion Station on the
v n to w n D en v er.
|B |R k
dentified through
nd tattoos, police
- .-lie ' .-■
‘
‘
I
ThePaUaaM
iM emlneN«wi________
JA SPE R
R,, T exas - W ith tlire e
c a p ita l mnui
u r d e r c o n v ic tio n s in
hand, th e ta
talk in tiiis small E ast
T e x a s tow
r h a s c e n te r e d on
iwn
m ending ro«
r a d a l divides, h ealin g
J a s p e r’s bru
)ruiscd re p u ta tio n ond
rctxuTiing to a life free of televi.
sioncam eras
r ^ a n d microphones.
By Nov. 19,
19 most of the tiUcvi'
sion tru
cschkas d1 puU ed o u t an d
th e m e talll d e te c to r s in s id e
J asp e r’s peac
lach stucco courthouse
w w shoved
ed from th e entrances
i away.
lUen B e n y o n Nov. 18
^last o f the tliree wWie
te d fo rth e Ju n e 7 .1 9 9 8
^ athofJam csB yrd Jr.,
n. B eny was sentenced
risonm ent, becom ing
n e o f th e th r e e w ho
to th i» ^ ty .
J a s p e r is w ise r a n d
n It was n ye ar and a
ud Charlie Nicholson,
» a s Charlie's restaua se d w ith th e o u tiaid, pointing to th e
o nol a tte n tio n w as
J a s p e r d u r in g th e
I and the three trials
ry ond those of Jo h n
«ng in J a s p e r in
d l^ w re n c e R ussell
B ry a n , T e x a s, in
K ing a n d B rew er,
c u to rs s a y w e re
M C B
p S B lR
ilH jH
B
H
I
ristffla<s If]
n C hurch1
tW* file
fih photo tahen earllsr tills monlh.
nth. police search a field near dov
Donverr whflfo
wl
two decapitated bodies of
h
of homeless
men were fotmd. Poll
haveldkn
fcntlfled the men whose bodies wen
were found behind Union Station I
Ball mov<
oved from the Platte Valley
YouthDetention
De
Center in Greeley
to tho Denver
Da
County Jail over the
objectionj
ons of Ball’s attorney.
Ball will
wi: be ploced in o segrcgated in
uni
it of th e jail to k eep him
s e p a r aI te
te d fro m th e a d u lt
inm ates.
!S. B all’s attorney, A n d re
Adeii, arg
irgued th a t the segregated
unit amlooi
u n ts to soUtary confinem ent, aI form
fc
o f pimismnent a t a
tim e his
c
IS client
Is still presum ed
innoccnt.
It.
In dismi
anissing A deli’s objection,
' P h illipIS
s sj o id s e g re g a tio n is a
becam e the la
December 4th. The Tlma-Nem will
will publish a special church page of
m en conviaed
d ^ ^ ^ d e avilies.
t l This page gives ihe Magic: Valley
Va! churchcs the opportunity to
que and spiritual services that surroi
irround the Christmas holiday.
“ two-way s tre e t” because i
s
serves
to protect Ball.
T h e FB I is a s s is tin g D«
c
police
in the search for the
o0 r killers.
D e n v e r A rc h b ish o p Ch
Chaput rem em bered the vi
C
ii a M ass c e le b r a te d Su
in
e
evening
a t th e C athedral o
li m aculate Conception nca
Im
st
state
Capitol.
jij “T he hom eless a re our si
and brothers,” Chaput said
le
le a d in g th e c o n g re g a tio n
pi
p rayer for justicc.
th e o n ly onspecial
c
Christmas page welcomir>g
t
t>g those
seeking a place of worship,
escaped th eitart
d c of a special and lasting relations
ionshipl
s m a n e r tlrnn
i
iOVtRTBWC
DeADUNE TUESOJAT,
AT, November 30"
h a lf ago,” said
i
4"*
ow ner of T e a Pwucation: SATiwDAy, Decemscr
are Intere$ted In t>elng on thi$
lhi$page please contact
m a n - E x t 270 or Kiin Patter$o
w o n - E x t 326 at 733-0931.
com e," h c sal(
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Denver
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o tllc o f ,
you pick i.i,,
W OTI
renter-
J a ^
lowntomi
ollce
U
avow ed w hite suprem acists
:s who
d e r convictions m ei
ean th a t ra d o f
w anted to found o hoto grou
3u p in
in to le r a n c e is n o t a c c e p ta b le
jS
Jasper,
w ere sentenced to dea
leath.
h ere o r anywhere,
e.
' .*
The th ree had given a ridi
id e to
“T here ivas a day and tim e Tn*
Bj
Byrd
on e n ig h t in J a s p e r, ti
tills country w hen
n ju
juries a nd cops
d r v e to a logging road ca, sth e n
dro
a
st
o
f
ig
n
o
re
d
rociol
case
:ases.
F
acts
ai*c,
to n w h e re h e w as b e a t
tow
a tc n .
fa c ts , th o u g h , aant
n d th is jury_
cch
h a in e d to B e rry ’s p ic k u pJ aj n d
s ta y e d w ith th1C
e f a c ts .” Gtiy~
dn
dragged
to death. B < ^ contem
aided
Jam es Gray, Jasp>cr
er (County's di;?-!'
duj
dunng
his trial that he had trie<
led to
t r i a attorney, saidd T
t
Thursday.
;
inti
intervene,
b ut was tiireatenedd ai n d
F o r 17 m o n thIS,
s, Jj a s p e r resT-,‘
wa
w
as too frig h te n e d to sto p3 th
i e
den ts ha v e toleratec
a te d th e m edia
ooth
th er two from killing Byrd.. The
1
spotlight,
b
ut
m
any
&
riy
say
they
no>v
pro
prosecution
contended tliat h eBwas
\
want to re tu rn to> aa ‘‘norm al' life' '
moi d i r ^ y involved.
more
fre e of p u n d its an
m d th e ir criti-!.'
«
“W e lived through tiiis,” said
sj
asm s.
Nic
Nic h o lso n , w ho is w hite. “'Y
Y
“ W e 're a ll r eilie
lie 'v e d .” said'-cann ’t im a g in e a n y th in g wor ou
ca
o
rs
e
W
alter
Diggles,
ex
ecu tiv e direc-’
x ec
tha; se eing a town you love
than
e go
to r b f th e D e e pp E
E ast T e x a s’
thre
dirough sometiiing so awful."
Council
o
f
Govem
m ents,
e
im
followAfter the sentencing, membe
A
bers
ing the guilty verdict,
Uct. “■niere’s a
o3ff Byrd’s
E
fam ily placed a bloc
ock,
sense of relief o r ddos
o su ro to this'
w
hi
vh ite a n d re d w reoth o v er' hh is
episode in o ur commm
m unity.”
gra,
{rave. Byrd*ls buried in a cem
imeM any acknowledge
i
ige that
Jasper
rer>
ery w here th e plots a f blaci
icks
w ill always b e known
w n Ia s th e town'
and
Jld w hites had been divided by
Sya
w h e re o n c o f th et w
wio rst hate*':
feno
ence until it was removed carlij
■lier
crim es in U.S. histoiy
tory o c cu rre d ;'
th^lisyca^.
is '
b u t th e re ’s h ope th
a t w h a tev er:hat
“V
W e p la c e th is w re a th ass a
ju d g m en t th e re is,, will
wi be tem ­
syml
k^mbol o f th e h ea lin g proces;
pered by reason,
n oott jiju st for our family b u t for JSS,
th
the
“ I’m a f r a id J a s p e r w ill b e ”
Qsper c o m m u n ity a n d th'
;h e
rem e m b e re d as thlee s ite o f th e
worh
o rld ,” said M ylinda W ashing
B yrd
s la y in g ,
ssaa id
B rir
toin,n ,B; yrd’s sister. “H opefullyngf iit
F e a th e rs to n , th e Lufl
Lufkin-bose'd
will
b
ill bring
closure to this phase! oo f
federal p ro secutor who
whi assisted
justic
stic c fo r Jam es.”
tiie Ja sp e r County ddist
istrict attord
o
C lara T ay lo r, a n o th e r sistee rr,
ney ’s office. “But m
y Ih ope and
my
said,
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Tlianksgiving w eeke
ekend, th e official start of the Cliri
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see sp e n d in g
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analyst
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aCBank o f Toyko-M:
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rwMlers - both trad
owlne stores - butt aa lot
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wce e k s, w hen
mlht storeowners tally
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sales.
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n ^ e than S170 billi'
duong the holiday period.
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rcpiaining strong, une:
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Ic^icls at 30-year lows
3 d im b, expcciwescontinuing todi
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fo r th e J o n e s , D ay.. K
Kie a v is &
trial
ll e n d ed carly th is y e a r, thee
Pogue law firm during
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g a;i sem
inar
Senate
late’s final o rder used lots of
if
this month in Washington,
legal
ll li
lingo to say something vco'
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lla s -h a s e d
simple
pic: Tlic president was acquittL;iwProse company. Gam
Janier travted.
els the countr%' teaching
ing lawyers
n a lo n g a n d m e a n d e r in gg
and judges how to elimiii
iminate the
tc n cc , th e S en a te '‘o rderedd
num)bo.juinl>() from thleir
e ir'writing.
1 a d ju d g e d " t h a t C lin to nn
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', a n d h c is h e re b y , acquitag a in si w ritin g th e yy cn
c o n sid e rof th e ch a rg es in th is saidJ
overdone, such as the long-stimdIom)
cle.” It was th e so n of writing use of " g iv e , devii
used in legal docum ents forr
bequeath" in wills.
turics.
“ I defy any law y e r 10
to fin d a
ut it docs not have to be thatt
case w here a judge says
ays it's not
, say legal experts who a d \oV.
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good emnigh to siiy 'I give
;i\’e iny c a r
‘UTiting in plain English.
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to my s i s te r ," ' s a idd J o s e p h
JO may lau-yers use “words onI
K im b le, a p ro fe s s oirr a; t th e
oids -- artificially puffed-up>
T hom as Cooley Law Scl
School in
s o f expressing ideas,” saysi
Lansing. Mich.
m A. G arner, editor-in-chief
P re s id e n t C lin to n la
lasst y e a r
lack’s Law Dictionary,
ord e red use of common,
on. every.
dng d e a r language, h e says,
day words in federal docu
Jocum ents
1 give you power its a writer.
that explain how to gett a benefii
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ci ply
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cel sm an . Bad legal writing
wilh a n agenc>- re<|iiiremen
ment.
a n desaireaders feel stupid.”
"Uy using plain languai
guage, we
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ai-E n g lish advocatu.s say
ibdut what
send a clear messiige abou
te d yofd o c u m e n ts - w ills, conthe government is doing,
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ust c a rd s -c a n be w ritten so
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v ro te in
ccnturi
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announcing the initiative,
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language saves the goven
ivernment
Avay,egal
sa issues w ell p resen ted
a n d th e p r iv a te s e c to
lo r tim e ,
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effon and money."
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• A ir Supply will
vill p e r f o m tw o
shows, a t 8 p jn . an
anid 11 p.m ., a t
C actu s P e te s RRes
eso rt C asin o ,
Jack p o t Tickets for
for th e cocktailsonly shows a rc $7S.
25, S30 and $35.
For reservations nnd
and information,
call (800)821.1103.
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• “S tre a m ro U in
' hro u g h th e
ngg T
H o lid a y s,” a n e w sh
« o w a t th e
F a u lk n e r P la n e ta r iu m a t th e
H e r r e tt C e n te r fo
f o r A r ts a n d
S d e n c e o n th e can
c a m p iis o f th e
CoDege o f Southern
-n I<
Idaho in Twin
Falls, o p e n s today,
ly . T h e soundtrack com es
1 thi
th e C hristtoas
music o f M a n n h elm
im Steam
!
roller,
w ith s e a s o n a l imna£
a g e s ch o re o graphed co th e m uid
d a Show dm es
to d a y a r e 2 , 3 , 4 a<n d 7 p .m .
Tickets: $4 fo r adults
ults, S2 for students a n d seniors. Fam
Fai ilies g et in
for $9. C hildren und«
n d e r 4 a re not
admitted.
•M agicM ud,apott«
•ottery sale that
senses a s the m ainI fui
fundraiser for
the College o f Souther
h e ro Idaho A n
D e p a rtm e n t, w ill bbee h e ld from
9-30 a jn . to 9 p jn . in th e J e a n B.
K ing G a lle r y o f tthh e H e r r e tt
Cemer fo r A rts and1S
Scd ence, Twin
Falls. F ree. Functiona!
Jnal and d e o
ra tiv e g iftw a re from
om a t le a s t a
d o ^ artisans will be
0
xsonsale.
* Ketchimi and Sun
Sun Valley a n
g a lleries w ill p resen
i a g a lle ry
ient
w alk fro m G-9 p.mn ., w ith h o rs
d’oeuvres and drinks.
F
s. Free.
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Nov. 27/Saturday
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p erform tw o
shows, a t 8 p.m . and
i d ]l l p j n ^ a t
C actu s P e te s R e s o rrt C a sin o ,
Jackpot. Tickets for the
the cocktailsonly shows a re S2S, S30
S3( and ^ 5 .
For reservations andi in
mfomiation.
call (600) 821-1103.
, .
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•. Montreal Dancc, an
anacd^ed
C anadian c o n tem p oora
ra ry d a n c e
company, will p ^ o r mm aa t 8 p j n .a t
dio
. . .
C o m m u n ity S chool
ool in S u n
Valley. Tickets, which1 aarre S ^ , are
available a t th e Sun Voll
Galley C enter
for. Arts a n d H um anitic
le e s a t F ifth
a n d W a s h in g to n ss nt r e e t s in
Ketchum, or by phoning;
n g 726-9491.
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• “Stream roU ing Trhhro
r u g h th e
H o lid a y s,” a n e w sho'
ih ow a t th e
F a u lk n e r P la n e ta r iu
i unm , a t t h e
H e r re tt C e n te r fo r A r ts a n d
S cience o n t h e camip
p u s o f th e
CoUcge of Southem THnhi
tahoinTm n
Falls, continues today..•n
H ^sound.
track com es from th eB C h n stm as
music of M annheim Stei
ilcammlltr,
w ith s e a s o n a l im a g;es
e s c h o re o graphed to the music. Shi
be 2, 3, 4 and 7 p>jnS. . ° T i S ^
S4 for odults, $2 fo r studi
seniors. F a m ilie s g e t in
Children under 4 are not
otoa d m tlc d .
■ *M ogicM u d ,ap o n ery ;
serves as th e m ain fundn
the College of Southem Ic
D ep a rtm e n t, w ill b e he:
h e ld from
9-30 ajn. to 9 p jn . in the
»
K ing G a lle ry o f t h e I
Center for A rts and Sdenc
Falls. Free. FunctionalI aann d decora tiv e g iftw a re fro m a t
d o m artisans will be on sa
Nov. 28/Sunday
•■.Christmas in Q t y Pa
P a rk , th e
Soroptists’ an n u a l Sunda;
iday nig h t
A drant fe stiv ^ o f music,
lc
c, Idcks
off
a t 5 pjn. in Twin F alls CityParic.
Cit
Admission is fre e , an d nre fre sh ment are available.
TJextweek
• The IS th a n n u a l Twii
Festival of T n ts is schedu
Wednesday through D e c 56
o ld W o re m a rt b u ild in
Kimberly Road. T h e five d
hoSday trimmery, m usic an
stahs W ednesday w ith the
doflal opening«lght gala at
cre^s and d eco ratio n s thai
b e ^ donated b y m erchani
o rn n iz a tio n s
b e auct
o fb T he g a la , w h id i inSd u t f .
buftet, is sdieduled from 7-!
Coit is $25 p e r person
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nMdtwiiribapaiformvd Dsc. 1-4
L-4 iand 8-11, a t 8 p.m.. In tho Pina
na Arts Bufldlne, Room 119 at
DeeeriSoBttanUite. T k ts tite
aim, mmamhim m
liMlltluiu
n a n Itn n a M k tttamtor andililltatKeiivDr.FninTanner.
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Christm asEis
ii about m d itia a . So
C ollege of
if £Southeni Idabo ibeaterpm fesso
ssor Fran Tanner deoded to gix-e
! aa lin le tradition as a
holiday gift.
ft. •
-W e a r ei ppresenting
i
a ocJlecxaan
o f s to rie si and
aj poetr>', reatcBibrances and
nd folklore in ihe fira
p a n o f ’A
V C ollectloa fo r
Christmas,"”Tanner said.
A u diences
ces «-ilI be treated to
clim psesofY
f Yule stories aad snipp e ts o f c d eebiations
bi
frnm aH cncrt h e w o rld: and
a i passed i h r o u ^
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Ihristmas,’
rich1 with traditior
= = = = r = = rr r r i .
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tr ;y to s t i m u l a t e th e
Ju ^ .n; *
a u d ie n c e ’;
’s im a g in a tio n so wc
WfiiiilHilliiii
c a n s h ai rree a ll ty p e s o f lite r a . '(iwimiiiiiitei mnr Wjj
.
w r e w ith
th th e m ,” T a n n e r said.
“ W e suRRt
gg est, pan to m im e, a n d
S 2 ! ! 2 l S ‘/ S 2 2 BSB M ieSL
l a m m n ilB
try to do
lo iit in such a way th a t
K nim rSSth e y c ain
n :s e e i t in th e i r o w n
m in d s."
.aBtlMflttBL
“In (the)
le) first part, we call it a
I holiday grei
greeting.” she said. "It is
-.wnilltl tssffwa im reuiii
utiur'ii. cheuour,
3 coUecdon
ion of pieccs I had read
Ihmrfiigy
rt d ie m .
r tu
a n d ad a pJted
te ( in a script. We focus
tribf; miiiiiisiw. pcc «u;scn c
o n o ld tim
cime C h ris tm a s e s a n d
'm fa u c tsi- w iiih m u cdltt imtiuiaiasm
<
wiuic they
ry vw ere like: the b in h of
Jmil tejsTBsajaii. H: tiijij
ii>esi.’t bother
Q u is t a nd
«d tthe giving of gifts.” In
(&e ju id im c s tiius thiiz
tIli^(^i»na>!M:E;.
<\ct 2. th e f<
fonnat is the same, as
m o utiiuui]
iy«n»jT
i:gc from: cfae
che readers
ers tak e turns, altem atJtcm ni.
ing 0. Hem:
eniy’s lines in ‘‘The Gift
.
IT
l l p iM l l l U U t e
i s e . Scaae a re EamiliaEi iniK:
K -s
wiD
riD hIe n e w ID m e s peopfe.
THi
f a t s ^ s is s ts reads-'s'xiKUizc
n e t.
[ isua iir e ir . w ^ i i m e d p ra di tuc uiooas p r e s e n te d by eigfac M t
aleems b e rs w b o a re’ a h n o a ctn
um»y»m
a sd rm tb e m x re .
TTb
h e y c a r r y s c r ip ts , as eri
me
o the Magi.”
of
They ta k e on. th e persona; of
E
Della
and Jim . the now univer
iversalIj fam ous 19th century paup
ly
la u p e r s
w give u p their prized pos:
who
possv.*!si
sions in th e nam e of genero:
erosiiy
ai love.
and
Jim m akes only 58 a week,
ck, Ibut
hi an d D ella m anage to live on
he
lo
Jove,
until Christmas. There
rc is
isn’t
m
much
left over on 58 a week,
;ek. So
th
they look h a rd fo r ways lo
:o gi
give
or
o n c a n o c h e r s o m e th in g re a lly
sp
spcdal.
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Cathy
Walworth can be rvacJictI at
it 7;
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Christm as iin
n ttlie l^ g b in iB e S i^ is
lie: some iireworics. a
p re tty simple;
bo w l o f chlili,
ili a bonfire, good
i tc^-s for needy cbD-
Motisaiapiflytl
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- C h r is tn las'in
i.s
ibe N i^ ta m e
ingle larsesatc^xaisBS'." said Sheny W i j ^
K im b e rly
ly N urseries. I a its
n in th y ear, tfae
tb. amma] f iiv ra k s
d is p la y h aIS
s becom
!
e a M agic
two.
Valley traditioi
•n is an unw rapped
6«a*m *aniiertoibe:
'tmSOirfOM .
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ii
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C telei p«sfciag litt. nikB
bs
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: fr e e ^rrraU . to Th». -nHTHgii I.
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imndingiy,.’^
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’ITgptgill w
iwem nstEm gicncirief: finr dtizi. omi
in n t o£ y e a r
o i T Sur IhiiiCK. ftma. ondl
oni gloves..
ly
d r e ia z a a d e^io y xbe s e s i itf
itf
: e t r n i u e B e s o re i s
3e
“Tlic doors open at 5:30, mo
Jeo p le try to g et h e re a ro u r
pe
i;30, and th e firew orks staart
rt ;at
6:3
':30. But it’s like th e fair - yc
you
n n into lois of people you knoi
knoiv.
t ’s a social e v e n t a n d by G:3
here's
a
line
to
th
e
diili,
wWdi
the
erved until 7," W right said.
W hen you g et off the shuttii
ou will w alk th ro u g h ih e gil
to re , w hich is c lo se d a t thu
th a t
h oour,
t
join th e line th a t goes
t
es to
an ta o r go th ro u g h th e gre
et
reeno u se . If y o u c h o o sc to v isi
g°J;
a n ta , y o u m ay g iv e yo
y ou r
nwrapped gift to him, and helf
helpPlease sec SKY. Page
C:
8cC2
T hat's why/ th
there will be th ree or
fo u r bonfire:
ire s to warm y o u rse lf
by.
P la n to a rriv
n e early, too, she
rs;
B uzz,
2 Woody^andcre\it^ c h iim oout the fujn in ‘To>y Story 2’
ByMBteobnHtt
utter
The A w o d a ftf
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T h ey V e don
lone it again, Tbe folks wbo
brtnighl you *Ti
T o y Stoiy" now jBwem T o r
S toiy 2," anothi
Ither d erer, n o m s tafe ctf life
in tb e toy lane.
le.
T here's <10 mistaking
mi
tbe diarp. d e a ik d
i
• computer ammaaoB. B aser
las n e ^ 4 mniian b a n And
ces of Woody (done by Tom
Li^U^car (by I b a ABea) o d
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's lots of fun bere. Q d s and
to x escae a h n ik e s n v ;
2S csas box i s i f a e i n Ks i3mm. S m
love th e p arodies of “S ta r
K, and dio d d e az tbe ^ e d a ]
i s tb e n s n o d ie d b r i b e ec
ee ilii^ciilk sa arJU l
aicWfaxBgeo froicB d by
toys a e e t tb e
of
w h o re c n g n ire s h im «u a isQ iuftile imit(Mr. PotaiD Bead pnpares to
Irrrii^
cue misston, for ennqiie. fais
fully packs him his *aasiy .
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Momitreal darnee hits SSun Valk
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Northern exposure
O^Whot
7iot;Momr«ftlOansow(Dper, form tIn.SunValley.
In
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SUN VALLEY
.EY - An in tc n ia tionoUy acdaimled
cd dance compan y from M on treal
e a l will o ffe r an
intcU igcnt condeir
iem n atio n o f the
violent, m acho wvorid
or of films Uke
"P u lp Fiction” wh£
when it takes the
stag e Saturday and
»nd Sunday.
•artB¥aiW)ti«tf»ffSan
M ontreal Dnn;
ianse will present
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»nmes;ioca^atthft'bbrner'.m ak er Q uentin Traran
a r tin o 's worid
in i t s s i g n a tu r e w o rk “ L o v e
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L e tte r s to T a rain
n titin o ,” choreograp h ed by Paulaa ddie Vasconcelos
k..';
d uring th e 8 p.m.. pc
performances.
Its seven dani
lancers w ill also
T hey're■c\vary, very athletic, th e ir
is very contem porary and
. perform th e w ork
‘ n te r L ast,"
rk “E
m usic is
an em o tio n a l, high
m tire perform ance is very
ligh-speed w ork
th e ir cnti
abo u t a dying wom;
Oman who cxpccx d tin glg-”
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riences h e r life nisJi
usliing by h e r ns
"Th«r h e y ’r e h ig h ly tec h n ic a l
JUed a n d in te restin g an d
s h e ta k e s h e r lai sstt b re a th s.T h e
f n d skilli
:ative a t th e sam e tim e,”
p e rfo rm a n c e is cchi
h o re o g ra p h e d
provocoti
said Heai
by Jo se Navas.
e a th e r C rocker, tfae ccnre c to r of th e humanities.
B oth perform
•mnances rc fle c t
ter's direc
th e d ance com pany
any’s mission to
Mom□ntreal Danse has created
r e d u c e d m o re th a n 30
c r a t e p a s s io n a te w o rk s t h a t
a n d proc
sin c e it w as fo u n d e d in
s p e a k to t h e q uesi
jc s tio n s o f o u r
w o rk s sir
ways.
1986. "nie
l ie com pany has coUabotim e in innovativeB w;
“T h is is n ’t yoi
y o u r o r d in a r y
ra te d writh
itl num erotis choreograrom Canada, th e U n ited
d a n c e com pany,"" sj
said M id ie lle
pJ^ers froi
W itt, d irector of per
perform ing a rts
S f a t e s ,, J a p a n , F r a n c e a n d
in producing such works
for th e S u n Valley
lley C e n te r fo r
Belgium1 ir
Dst Stories,” "L ines from
tlie Arts. '‘They’r e; very
vc theatrical
a s “G host
/ ” ai nd “Cuidad de H ierro
a n d tcU tfaeir sto rie
: a very difiess in
M em ory”
f e re n t w ay from a 1lot of d u nce
(City of Iron).”
Irc
dance company’s current
c o m p a n ie s in tthh iis c o u n tr y .
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Tarantino.’
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to u r s tr e tc h e s fiom M edel
to
le llin ,
Ci
C o lo m b ia , to Y eIlow knif4
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Canada’s Nonhwest Territorii
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adults
s SO ceiita fbr Mtfs undor
Its and
I Z On
.On'Tfiursdw,8 enIor<ni2^
' getln (c
l - - ~don’t run
rui over th eir tim e - or at
least too
toolfar over. If it’s five minutes,
we’renot
not goiiig to worry about i t ”
A t 20
20 m in u te s a p o p and
betwcc
een
n 15 a n d 18 octs a day,
th a t’s
s a alittle lik e ru n n in g tfac
Macy’s
T
’s Thanksgiving
Day parade,
“i ts’s ppre tty tim e-consum ing,”
she concc
inccdes.
Remor
nark ab ly , P e te rse n - who
teaches
>
es voice
and sings w ith her
h u sb and
a n d a n d h e r d a u g h te rs knew m
mo
ost o f th e perform ers, or
th e ir oor,
rg a n iz e rs, b e fo re she
accepted
i gig,
:ed this
“I was
ras part of a group that set
u p th eI entertainm
cn
ent, and - you
know how
hoi it goes - 1 e n d ed up
doing ititeveiy
e\
year.”
Now,
it* lai^ely self-perpctuat; it’s
ing, P eiterscn
te r says. There’s actudJy a waitin
liting list some years to perform attFestival
Fe
of Trees.
“W chav
have a kx of s c h ^ groups and
jusc about everyi
rybody around
here,” Petersen1 said.
si
“M ost o f
them do a fine job,;
•b. and w e appred a te Ihem.”
Manyofthemhav
lave been b d tin g
out carols by the: likes
li
of LcRoy
Anderson and MddT‘ o r m e o n th e
P etersen familyf sound
si
sy stem
since the Bush admir
tninistratioiL The
other equipment iss borrowed.
b
give cadi act an introduction."
Charm said. “And IIm
it a k esu re th e y
m uch
ich d iffe re n t from w atching
fleshshj an d blood in da n g e r. But
w hen
;i
e n W oody a n d a cow girl
escapi
it
:a p e from a n a ir lin e r os it
speed:
is
•cds dow n a ru n w ay , it’s as
thrillin
illing a s anything m oviegoers
rs
hav est
e seen in any galaxy.
You
’ou can only catch your breathh
andI loi
look forw ard lo “Toy Story
^
3.”
-
pp,r e s e n ts so m uch
aItt Itim es, a grown-up
m ig h t fe e l a1 nn e e d fo r b reak ,
Yet, these seen
:enes are so sm dded
c le v e r tw ists - a s w hen a
G uide B arbie seizes
u r h e ro e s in a toy
icy rem ain a delight.
^ginning, T o y Story
2 dares to com
om pare itself to the
e x c ite m e n t oof
f “ S ta r W ars.” Of
ling anim ated charheir d ig ital lives is
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But even aft
a fte r tliat, th e re are
cs,\ rescu es an d bat^
q
aginative fight scene
occurs"!. tJrnt®!
at deeply m ysterious
p la c c w h c ro1 yyo u r luggage goes
it leav es th e a irlin e
dance troupes,” she said. “But'
ButiipalsD
have a lot of the some perf<
w fo n n c n
Mho come backyear aftcrycar.
T he biggest c h allen ggee 1i^convin d n g them th a t, w hen
ti
in tltby’fc
singing o r d an cing in a m
n ostly
em pty 38,000-squore-foot
oot building, th a t tfaey’re n ot neces
eccssarily
going to b c the center o f ottof.^ioa
otto
“A lot of p e rfo rm e rsiggei
etiv ery
u p s e t w h e n th e y s e ei p<
p e o p le
m illin g a ro u n d o n d ta
lk /n g ,"
:alk
P etersen said. “But people
oploecally a re listening to them
u . I t just
takes som e g ettin g usedd to
to.’'
A veteran of Dilettantes,
J
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Company ond th e M agic
V
ic Valley
Chorale, P e te rse n a n d hc^.tushcf
band, Roland, have livedi in.'^win
in
Falls sincc th e y m ovedI hd
hor<: as
newlyweds from B righam
am *City,
Utah, 27 years ogo. Both1 of.-i}ieir
of.
grown d au ghters, o n e of whom
works in a m cdicd office wid
with her
mother and tfac other who
10 is'
is iharried and living in Salt Lake'
ake,(pty,
are involved in music.
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And though th e fam ily|Tsiriging
si^
quanet is now a trio, sleigh
ig h ^
haven’t Itist their chann.
‘th e r e 's StiU music in ourrlivGsall
livi
the dme," Peteraen said. “And"
\ n d l still
enjoy anging widi nty h u d »and.®
nd
Y et che q u estio n at^ses;'!
!s;-I)oes
dedphering doctors’ n o tes
:ess:eveiy
day o f th e ^ e a r h e lp p>rrepare
ef
Petersen for juggling tap-dan
-dancers
and tenors in December?
“Oh,” she reflects, “m sossuu ^ f iinitdy.’’
oawrntwlyRoad':,;-v'::/
nwR Wedifu^.ttiipugh Dec. '
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they g et a su rp rise. Wo{
been seduced by the 'i!rnmL!
pro ise o fr
prom
Im m o rta lity : a c h a n c c Ji
display in a Jap a n e se toj
r
um . R a th e r th a n w aitini
d is c a r d e d so m e d a y t
b e lo v e d o w n e r, A n d y , '
“w ill be adored by child
g e n e r a ti o n s ,”
a
to
McWhiggcn’s collcctionI sa;
says.
It sounds pretty good to
boy who’d just been consij
a dusty to p slielf by Andy’:
er. But B u a argues the oth
of the case. “Life’s only wo
i n g ,” h e r e m in d s W ooot
X / ,' - r ;
you’re loved by a kid.”
Clearly, Woody fnccsc ^a
ma. You can guess which
-n \woy ne
M
Tradition
•n continues v,
with Christm£las in City Pafl
that’s hardl
xdly th e end o f th e story.
Jen
Jenkins
said.
K andy
:y J e nkins o f Twin Falls
E on’t fo rg e t th e m o d e l a:
D
televisionn station
s
KMVT and ali
plai and cars for tfac boys,, tc
planes
tt».
th e r e s tc oo:f t h e sp o n so rs s ta y
But m ake sure you get a Level
But
afterw ardd to
ti box u p th e toys a n d
mo<
m
odd. “Something that wiU ci kp
p u t thCQl
cm in a K im b e rly
len^ them.”
lenge
N u rse rie2s itru c k th a t w ill ta k e
J.
Jenkins
advised against mus .
rT j
them to K?
KMVT. N ext m om ing,
gift as well a s d o th in g . Ust
gifts,
th e re 's aI 7 a.m . clea n u p schedtoy: a re n o t w elc o m e , an
toys
uled. Come
me o n back an d h elp if
cam
sinned foods arc not the focus <
“
you like, Jej
Jenkins, said. T heir day
thisevent.
Lhis
isju stb e gginning.
in
“We've gotten aw ay from ^
tl;
At K M
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VIVT,
v o lu n te e r s w ill
can
:a
n n e d fo o d s ," W rig h t sai<
unload the
le toys (last y e a r th e re
“Th
‘T
here a re lo ts o f food drive
w ere clo se to 4,000 g ifts), sort
W
iVeeiconcentrate on th e toys.”
th em in to0 g irls’ and boys’ cate“‘'II t ’s n e a t to s e e th e toy
gories, then
cn
acci
iccum ulate on th e ris e rs an
subdivid<
'id e th o s e in to a g e
esee c th e p e o p le ’s fo c e s w he
groups. Tfac
■faen service providers
th
h eeyj se e a ll th o s e to y s,” sh
come shoppi
pping with th eir lists.
said
aid. “I get so e x d te d th is tim
me
“Tfaere arc
ar service providers
off year.”
yt
from all e;ight
i ^ counties - people
IfIfyou m issed th e collectioi
in th e com
)m m u n ity w ho k n o w
boxc
oxes, or ju st cannot m ake it ti
w ho t h e nc
n e e d y c h ild r e n a r e .
Chri:
hristm as in the Nighttime Skj
T h o s e w hhoo w o u ld n o t g e t a
youc
ou can call one of these area scr
ser’
C hristm ass p re se n t w ithout o u r
vice
ice providers: Salvation Army
ny,
help. Theyy isliare th e ir lists w ith
East
a st End Prow ders, Mini-Cassij
one a n o thiee r to m ake su re th a t
Chhri
ris tm a s
C o u n cil,
Filei
n am es a re n o t d u p lic a te d ,”
Minii
[inisterid Assn^ Bliss Providers
Je n k in s said,
lid.
TTic'
hc Wendell Christmas Baskets
'‘We fill1 th
ti e lists, th e y w rap
Little
itth Wood H ca d sta rt, Cama;
ond d e liv er
: r ith e loys," she said.
Comr
ommunity Child Care, Jerom e
M o st ev e ry
r yio n e in th e M ogic
Comi
o m m unity C h ristm a s Boxes,
V alley g o t a p re se n t la st ye ar,
proje
•oject Compassion Food Bank,
I
slie believes.
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Sfaosh
loshonc Rotary, T he Key Q ub
Probably’ all
al but those wfao a rc
of Buhl
Bu High School, Hagerman
m
too proud to0 ask
a for help, she said.
Provii
ovidcrs o r La Posada in Twin
T he harddc;
est gro u p lo supply
Falls,
ills.
w ith gifts arc
irc th e teens, she said.
CChi
h ristm as in th e N ig h ttimue
e
S o m etimnes
e: p e o p le d o n a te a
Sky
is co-sponsored by F an n e«rs
y is
little money,
jy. L ast y e a r she netNatioi
itionai Bank, Cooper Norman,
te d S89 from
om C hristm as in th e
McDc
cD onald In s u rS e rv e , T w in
N ig h ttim e S
‘ ky and bought
F ills
a lls C oca-C ola, Id a h o A rm y
cologne g ift
:t ss<ets for tfae boys.
N atio
itio n a ! G u a rd , K E Z J a nIJ
d
‘‘If youJ sl
shop really h ard you
Kimbe
mbcrly Nurseries.
can find somt
____
imc w ith a razor and
shaving crcam
■am in them, too. And
r/mi
rimcs-News ajrrv^ndent Caihy
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you can g e t: fii
fingernail polish and
Walw:
ilworth can bc rcached 733m a k e u p k:its
its fo r ih e g ir ls ,”
501S.
IS.
ful d v e s will take you
your p resent to
th e g re e n h o u s e w
whi
h e re a ll th e
evening’s gifts willil be
b displayed
on risers.
Every once in a whi
while an extroordinary gift appears.
u?.
“ L a s t y e a r a kkid
id fro m th e
Idaho Youth Ranch
st
h saved
up his
lawn-mowing m oney
t
cy and
bought
a b ik e w ith i t , ” W rrig h t s a id .
“Then he b r o u ^ t the.
the bike h ere
for a less fo m m ate chi
child."
A man has mode! it his
I habit to
give a fully-loaded fisi
fishing pole tackle and all. H c says
say tfaat fishing is a life tim e spoi
iport, a n d h c
w a n ts s o m e o n e to5 gro
gi w u p to
enjoy it.
“It’s not just a collw
illcction of littie B arb ie d olls ani d w h atn o t,"
she said.
A f t e r y o u le a v e2 tl
th e g re e n hou se , go on o u t and
in d g e t y o u r
chili an d potatoes cool
rooked up for
you by the Idaho Annj
rmy National
Guord.
W right said that the
th e first y ear
rsery personof th e event, th e nurscj
n e l trie d to do all th(
th e cooking
them selves and the re$
results w ere
not veo* merry.
“The very first y ear
we tried to
srw
do th e chili on barbecui
ecue grills. It
was burned in spots! and
an cold in
the middle. T he Natior
tional G uard
h as com e to ouc rescu
scuc sin c e ,"
W right said.
Get your hot chocolai
olatc, coffce
and C (^-C o la from one
onc of ih rM
C o k e tr a ile r s an d ssif
it y o u rs e lf
dow n a t o n e o f th e tal
ta b le s a n d
chairs. Or mill aro u nnd
d ,and visit
w ith friends a nd enjoy
)y ithe m usic
provided by a local banc
ahd. A t 7:30
th e lig h ts go o ff a nid
d ith e fireworks, choreographedi to
C h ristm a s m u sic, bc,
b egin. B ut
---------------------n v IN FALLS
LS - T h e re h a v e
been years. Ch
C h a rm P e te r s e n
allows, when “S a n ta C lous is
Comin’ to Town
w n” be co m es old
news long before
ire th e old clfmeister saddles up his
I
lis reindeer.
“Fortimatdy,\ I lovc Christm as
music.” said the
4
le 46-ycar-dd
medical transcriptioi
tionist, w ho sin ce
1991 fails coordin
lin ated th e m usic
for the Magic V
Vialley R egional
M edical C entcr
c r F o u n d o tio n ’s
FestivdofTh;es.
s.
“Coordinated.”
|
L" perhaps,
is a bit
of an understatemc
m en t.
“Pm basically’ there,
th
o r m y husband or onc of■m
m y dau g h te rs is
there, through eve
(jvcry single musical and dance num
umber,” she said.
Let’s do the mail:
a th;
Between next
rx t. W e d n esd o y
n i ^ t ’s o p e n in gnight
^ gala and the
afternoon of Dcc
c c 5, S l m usical
and dancc groups
ps oi f various ages
and abilities will
s p u p on tfae
11 ste
risers in the comt
m e r o f an abandoned supermaricet
k e t and entertain
visions of sugar plui
■lums.
Multiply that by
I
bynineyears.
“I guess rv e hhee a rd a n d se en
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-------------ARTS. Abr
\b ra v a n d Hall is located
at 123 Wes:
/est South Temple.
e n C a ro ls w ith
‘:M ichocl M cLcann «w ill p la y th e
,'f'M orrison C entcr on th e com pus
of Boise S tate Unive
liversity ot 2:30
Tickets, which
± D
are S8.S0 and
; ‘ -59.50. can be rcserv
c rv e d by phon■Irrg S elect A S eat
It a t (208) 426, . 17-G6.
■ • • S n n d l P a ttyy «w ill s in g in
• Kingsbury Hall on1 th e cam pus of
■' th e U n iv ersity oiff U
I. ta h in S a lt
-" Lake City at 7:300 p.m
p . T ickets.
■W hich « r c S 2 7 , c ™
an l be re se rv e d
' by phoning Smith’s
li’s Tix a t (800)
’ - :888-TKX.
K eith Lockhart
^ ill conduct
irt w
.; 'th e Utah Symphony
i a program
ly in
. y b f M endelssohn aanc
n d M ah ler. 8
', •p.m., with violinist: Chcc-Yun.
Ch
For
. ^ck et information,. call
ca (801) 355-
3le
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ust
^
lev
us.
n,
SaturdaV
• The Utnh
Ul Symphony and the
mphony Chorus will prcUtahSymp
Messiah," 7
sent the ‘•3,000-Voicc
“3,
iravancl Hall, Salt Lnkc
Pm ., Abra'
City. For
r ticket
ti
information, call
5-ARTS. A bravand Hall
(801) 3SS-A
«s lociitcd
cd a t 123 W est S o u th
Temple,
.
aUHflSy
• ZZ Top
fop und Lynard Skynyrd
w ill play
t e Id a h o C e n te r in
y th
N am p a a t 7:30 p .m . Tick<
Ns
:k e ts,
w hich arc S29 and S39, can
!in be
re;se rv e d by p h o n in g S elcc
re
ect A
Scat
Id
p*"*' at (208) 425-1766. T he Idaho
Center is locatod nt 5000 Gar
a m ty
Blvd.
Ml
Monday
•«Mellssii Cthcridgc will siti)
ing at
thii
th
e Morrison Center on the C
i
cam„i,. of Boise S tate Universit>
pus
ity at
7 ;3 i p.m. Tickets, which a re ;
7:30
e SSS
nni
nnd 575, cn n b e re s e rv e dd by
pii,
phoning
S elect A S eat at (2i
(2 0 8 )
42G
426-1766.
llm ir
• Prim us w ill piny nt S alt
Ref
Resort a t Salt Lake City at 7 p
Tic
T ickets, w hich a re S23, can11 be
reserved by phoning Smith’ss 'Ti.x
j^
a t (800)
888-T IX X . S a lta,‘ir
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o u th
loc
lo c a tc d on W e st 500 Son
h e tw e c n S o u th 2t
200 W e st a n d
South West Temple,
’!e.
TTtft Tlm»»New«
'
' • •;‘ T>ances, bands ond
m d com edy in
- ’ sAUth-central Id a hho
o th is w e e k .
■‘end:
________ ^
s. Main. Bdl
idlevuc.
• Bob Non
lora Bond will ploy from
9 p.m . to0 1 a.m . fo r th e first
anniversary
ary cclcb ratio n a t Mr.
B ill's, 101
J l N. A ld e r, J e ro m e .
Coverdiarg<
irge is $2.
• Dancc1 to the big band sounds
of the 40.<:
a
s and
popular tunes of
tlie 90s from
om 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. at
th e old Sout
outhwest School buildin g , 401 W
W. 21 st S t., B urley.
A dmission
»n is S2. P a r tic ip a n ts
must bc att least
le
16 years old. For
more infonni
rmadon, call 678-8033.
• Karookt
o k e w ill b c f e a tu r e d
from S p.m.
m. to 1 a.m. a t th e Old
Towne Tavet
vem , 127 S. Park Ave.,
Twin Falls,
i. '
• Kuraokt
o ke w ill b c f e a tu r e d
fro m 9 pp.i
.m . to 1 a .m . a t
C avonaugh’
gh’s C an y o n S p rin g s
Hotel, 1357
I
i7 Blue
Lakes Btvd. N.,
Twin Falls,i.
• Karaoke
3kc w ill b e f e a tu r e d
from 6 p.m
.
•m. to 1 a .m . a t th e
K lo v c r Kiu
C lub, 4 02 M a in N .,
-Today
. _• Ilartnotcs will play
pla' from 8:30
,p ,m . to 12:30 a.mn.. ia t W e sto n
'Plaza, 1350 Blue Lakt
Akcs Blvd. N..
./T ^ F a lls .
• R en eg ad e w ill1 ppllay from 9
p.m. to : a.m. at Honi
in k e r ’s Placc,
121 F ourth Ave. S.,
1 in Falls.
:., Tw
• Cover chargc is S3.
• Nicole G ilbert wil
will play a t 7
. p.m. at the Metropolis
oiis, 125 M ain
Ave. E., Twin Falls.. She
Sl will per■foitn contem porary folk
fol music b y
. ^Bflb Dylan. D ar Williai
lliains and Iris
•;i.® £nient. No coverr cchh a rg e . F o r
«; * ^ r c informadon, call
all 734^457.
Cobalt Blue will
11 pplay from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. a t Hot
ot 1Rocks, 170
J S. Park Ave., TwinI Ft
Falls. C over
*. c h a rg e isS l.
:
• Trippln’ BUlles wiU
will play d a s« sic rock and roll from
im !9 p.m. to 1
*' a.m. at the Silver DoUc
oU arBar, 101
ft
Twi
rtvirt FaHs.
• Full M oon M usic M udnc
ness
<araokc will bc featured from
im 9
).m. to 1 a.m . a t th e 610 Clu
lub.
Pl™
i054 O v e r la n d A v e ., B u rle
le y .
Caraokc entcrtainerof-the-ye.
year
lub.
r,ontest will bc held at th e clu
c a n a c t o u t thlieir
e
rP 'articipants
’’
avorite music video o r makeI up
t
heir own.
•* *Krookcrs K araoke will be fc
feaurcd from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. nt tl
the
Hue R oom , 613 F rc m o)n
n i.
Uipcrt.
_ .
laturday
3*30
• iilartnotcs will play from 8:3
fnn
p .m . to 12:30 a .m . a t W csto
Plazi
laza, 1350 Blue Lakes Blvd. N
■’
Twin
win Falls.
• IR enegade w ill p lay from
p.m.
.m. to 1 a.m. a t H onker’s Plnc<
121
'us!
21 IFourth Ave. S., Twin Fnlli
Cove
over charge is S3.
• C
Cobalt Blue will play from
n 9
p.m.
,m. to 1 a.m. a t Hot R < ^ s , 170
17
S.. Pn
Park Ave., Twin Falls. Cove
v er
charj
large is Sl.
• Bob N ora B a n d w ill pla;
la y
..
,
1iiiiujni'
...... aiul
, icaiililul
H r
ir liiliirc
(ijicllicr.
ru rK c .se rv allilKlS
lii.t
i>r liilD riiialixr
i.'V ?’
S a n d y P a tty ,
M om sun C enter on tho campus
In iv e rsity a t 8
Boise S ta te Uni
ch a re S30 and
P '" '
which
S35, can be i'eser\eti
k’cd by phoning
Select A Seat at (208
108)426-1766.
VdcWl
Rodeway Inn’s
OP ’til You Drop \W e e k e n d
'y
a J.Q9S*
from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.
m. for the first
an n iv e rsary c elc bira
ra tio n a t Mr.
B ill’s, 101 N. A idd e r . J e r o m e .
Cover charge is S2.
• D usty und th e* Nomnds
N
will
pl;iy from 8 p.m. to
i idniglit at
:o m
S p a n b a u e r 's B arn
irn o n U.S.
riig h iv a ^ 93, e a s It o( f J e r o m e .
Cover charge is SS. C
Caill 324-7366.
• K a ra o k e w ill bi
b e f e a tu r e d
.m. nt the Old
from 8 p.m. to 1 n.m.
^
Tovvne Taxeni, 127 S.
S. Park Ave.,
Twin Falls.
• K n ra o k c w ill bt
b e fe a tu r e d
from 8 p .m . to 1 a
th e
Klciver Klub, 402 Ma
Main Ave. N.,
^"'in I’alls.
isic M adness
*
M oon M usii
Karaoke svill be featu
aturcd from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m . a t thh e 610 Club,
10.54 Overland Ave.,, Bl
Burley.
* j
U ptot ^two idulU per room
.
S
p e c i a\ L
l
K ice
o
Intluiles:
:?umfik-i<- liri'.iVi.iM <i-iLt..| t.> ixilci
:oiTi|)I(.-nu-nl.if> cix.kl.iiK
1ivt‘pni(fi.iinmi-nl rn cwi
flcr ihulili- to (lie null
Iwiminouf iHMlm) [KKil.
•Rci.
fcl.u in CUf wliitl|KKil A wiin.iv
Av.
W.iil.il>lo I'rld.iy, S.iluid.iy
o r SuiitI.iy nighls.
Call f o r R e se rv a tio n s
Si
1 -8 0 0 .7 2 7 .5 0 0 2
In-numfaf lU'.t.iv lri-<'cn .iii.ii('iiiv'
iv
rwOTi.. ri
rii-.iw()ti-wni tin-. .Kl.ililKtk cii.
N . CUHTIS Rl). • B o isf, ID B
b :3706 * (200) ;i7 b -2 7 0()1
1115i N.
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Sunday
• T h e T w in Ful
'u lls S e n io r
Citizens C cntcr will he
public
dancc with live m u sic
< ic: fro m 2 to 5
p.m. at the center, 61'
616 Eastland
Drive, Twin I'alls. Cos
:ost is S3 p er
person.
V
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t n ciinc6iijpB:ialei(er!_
iH
i
Snecial Snuii
■j A variety^co f arts, entert
itainment is a^
available to ei;njoy next mc
lonth ^ E 9
E
i , . 1; "A Geologist's Coll
Collection” is
; . oa display a t the Herr(
e rre tt C entcr
•• for A rts Sc S cien ce! or
on th e CSI
• campus. Hours are 9:3G
3:30 a.m. to 9
!: p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays,
Frii
9:30
}' a.m . to 4:30 p.m . Wci
IV cdnosdoys
}: and T hursd ay s an dI I1 to 9 p.m.
inloniialion,
I: Saturdoys. For more inf
'
• call 736-3059.
1: Bruce P a rk is th e fcn tu rcd
! a rdst at th e Gail Sever
v en t G a l lc i
'26-9491 fo r
; in K ctch u m . C all 726
26 9491 fo r
; ■'m ore information.
C S ID m m o
1-4 and 8-11: T he C£
r e s e n t “A
I D e p a r tm e n t w ill op rc
? tm a s " a . 8
! ..C o lle c tio n fo r C h ristn
'h e a tr c 119.
, . p.m. in F in e A rts The;
T ic k c ts , p ric c d a t $5
I adm ission on'd S3 for
« »ftifd s e n io r c itiz c n s ,
a5ac(54
i •: reserved by calling 733-i
33-9554. & t.
J ' 2625.
,
2 ^ : The Festival ofr T
Trrees Is set
for 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Dec.
Det 2 4 and
5 a t the old
noon to € p.m. Dec. 5.
, -waremart building
ih «rough th e
. ‘ 3: “ S team rolllng th
' H o lid a y s,” w ith th ec m
r u s ic o f
lle r ,is th e
'• N^onnheim S tc a m ro)lle
J ^holiday show a t th ec F a u lk n e r
1 'f f a n e t a r i u m in thte
e H e rre tt
ence. Shows
• . C enter for A rts i S denc
10,14 a nd
ot 7 p.m. Dec. 3, 7 , 1(
n .D
VJ l7 ; a t 2 ,3 ,4 a nd 7 p.m.
E e c 4 .1 1
.m. Dec. 21
;> '^n d 18; a t 7 and 8 p.m.
n d 3 p.m.
;:-o n d 28; and a t 1, 2 aam
ckets a re S4
1. ZDcc. 24. and 29-31. Ticke
lents, S3 for
' vlfor adults, $2 for student
o r ta family.
!■“senior citizens o rS 9 fo
rc informa::::CaU 736-30S9 for m ore
i
nation.
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"In December
„ ^ „
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'CC. 4 and 3 p.m. Dec. 5
m ihc CSI FFine
t Arts A uditorium.
T ic k e ts, pric
»riccd a t S5 g e n e ra l
» d ti^ » .n a and
tu S3 for students or
tens, o re available at
w j r u P 'M
S usic, a t th e CSI
W elch S Mu
Booj^sjore.!. ffrom a n y c h o ra le
at the door.
O akley V alley A rts
m ual C hristm as conC o™ cll annu
for
8 p.m. a t H ow dls
c e rt is set
:ousc in O a k le y .
is free. P lease b e in
7: Last (Gl
G„low,” u n iq u e perfro m th e m y th ic a l
Vest will bc on display
American Wes
the H m rett
e ll C enter's J e a n B.
y con tlic CSI campus
Gallciy
througii Jan.
1. 2
22, 2000. H ours are
i
A
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^
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TV-k
- r t rJ - t
&
W
^
D
T>T
C
r a
9 J30
0 Jn.m. to 9 p.m. Tue.sdays anc
nd
9:30 a.m . to 4:30 p.m
m.
lir*•idays.
Wedn
ednesdays and Thursdays an
ndt
to 9 p.m. Saturdays. For more
irc
formation, call 736-3059.
11: A m usic s tu d e n t h o n oirs
n
cltol is set for 2 p.m. in the CSI
Sl
c- „ ,
nc Arts Auditorium. A S3 dona
m a t die d«wr is recjuestcd.
11: A s ta r p a rty will begin at
isk in fr o n t o f th e H e r r e tt
n ter for A n s St S den c c on tlie
il campas.
12: The CSI Music Department
11 p re se n t a w ind e n se m b le
icert at 8 p.m. in the CSI Fine
ts Auditorium. A S3 donation
the door is requested.
17*18: “The Forgotten Carols”
:h Michael M cLcan is set for
V.3 00 p.m
„ . in th e CSI F ine A rts
ditorium . T ick ets a rc SI2 a t
:door._____________________
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.•rfonn at Saltair
Resori in Salt Liike
ike City at 7:30
p.m. Tickets, whicli
ich a re S22, are
available by phoniiij
ling Sm ith’s Tix
at (800) 88«-TIX>
XX. S a lta ir is
lo c a te d on W est
rst 500 S o u th
b e tw e e n S o u th 20
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p.m. Saturday.
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V t ta l k s h o w h i t s t h e a ir
TWi:
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Magic
ic V alley ro d e o ann o u n c er
and ra
ra<
d io p erso n a lity Zeb Bell
will ddel
eb u t with a new local televi.sionii
n ia lk show Sunday night.
“M agic V alley T onig
ig h t" w ill
p r e m ie r e a t 9 p .m . on
o n KDIDTV. C hannel SS. T he topic
to
w ill
b e th e p ro p o se d Cany<
lyon P a r k
H o te l a n d C on v en tio>n
n C e n te r
p ro jec t, a n d g u e sts will
ill in d u d e
Ken Edm unds, Da%'c Shotw
SI
ell,
D avid M ead a n d L es Hlaaze n .
T he hour-long program
im w illa ir
w ee k ly , f e a tu rin g agric
ricu ltu ra l
a n d b u sin ess gro w th su
s u b je c ts,
along w ith politics, rc lip
p oi n .e d u ca tio n , th e a r ts a n d cm
:n te n a in • m ent. The show w ill be
e form atted into segments.
B urley F csiira
aval o f T r e « will b e
h e ld W edoesc
esdaT th ro u g h Dec.
4 a t th e Best
?st W e iJe ru B u rley
Inn.
The opeoir
n ia g r t i j i t gala, featu r in g a buffe
ffe i. e a te n a in a e o c
a n d a s ile nIi aau c tio n , is schedu led W ednesda
s d a y fro e a 6 to 9 p im .
T ic ie ts a r e S ^ a ad re se m cn n s
c a n b e m a dlee bI y p h o n ic s 67S4444.
H o u rs f>r
o rt h e r e s t o f th e
w eek a r e TTiui
hursday f r o a noon
to 9 p .m ^ Dec.
*ec. 3 f r o o 10 to 9
p jn . an d D cc.
c. 4J frpea 10 a-tn. to
conti
intinuous en tertainm ent.
A dm ission is 51 for a d u lt;
antd
d 50
5 cents for children.
T re« s a nidd d• ec xuaiioos «riU
^ displa>-ed.L aan d ifaerc will be
h
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A little bit o f every
ything for everyonel
nei!
tghf fixfures. door knobs, sinks,
b , Christmas things, o n d much
luch more!,
ill c o n ta in m an y
c s to go w ith lhc
0 fe a tu re a numfrom th e Digistar
:vice th a t crcatcs
lg effc c ts un iq u e
a r iu m e n v iro n : for th e opening
3, 4 an d 7 p.m.
a tu rd a y . Then
3,. th e show times
. T u esdays and
4 and 7 p.m. on
54,
s $3 and families
Children u n d e r 4
tim es
sched21-31. For inforH errett C entcr
for s a le
S • T h e y e a r ’s
d o f C h ristm as
elude an opporcally m ad e polr r e t t C e n t e r 's
id fundraiser,
will h av e th c ir
• In th e H errett
King a n gallery
iay
been a College
lo trad itio n for
TWIN FALLS
rs, first being a
T h ro u g h th o Hc
i's
Renaissance
C hrisjm as-th m
cme t h e A rt
F a u lk n e r P lan (
at
H e r r e t t C e nntefundraiser
i
n te r in 1980.
S c ie n c e on ih
;n t io f th e p ro ­
S outhern Idaho
le
go
to
th
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a
rt
today.
T he nam e o f tl
and assistant
th e faci th a t ' the
Bill W est says
track of th e pres
:unctiunal and
fro m C h ris tm i
M a n n h e im
F a u lk n e r P la n e t
R ick G rc e n a wm
al e n t
lio n s p e c ia lis t C
have isolated 'K
10 'n: i:iiS O N
vario u s M annhei
C h ris tm a s co lle t
proRnim.
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seaso n al im ag es i
m usic. It'll a lso fi
b e r of effects fc
froi
pro jecto r, a devic
3-D a n d m ov in g t
to t h e p l a n e t a r i
m eni.
Show tim es fo
w eek en d a re 2, 3,
to d a y a n d S a ti
ihrough Dcc. 18, tl
w ill b e 7 p .m .JlloPotor»n
Ti
Fridays a n d 2 ,3W
, 4a lte r a n d
Saturdays.
of B u rle y
A d u lt a d m isiage
s ic o f Ihcir
d e n is S2, seniors S;
get in fo r S9. Chil.
S lS S
are noi adm itted.f Burley.
Spccial show red
tirr w ith a n
uled from Dec. 21-:
io n d e g r e e
m ation, call th e; H<
Universily
nt 736-3059.
e la u g h t nt
l e n i a r y in
L o c a l p o t t e r y fo r
T W IN F A L L S b ig g e st w e e k e n;“pr“
d o f . “nd
shopping will inclui
tu n ity to buy locall
te r y a t t h e H e r r e
n ied
annual M agic M ud
fi Nov. 6
Local artisa n s wil
the newlyworks on displayr in
C en ter's Je a n B. Kin
1 7 to 9 p.m.
Friday and S aturday
»ry Surgical
Magic Mud has 144
bei H ila n d
o f S o u th ern Id a h o t
m ore than 20 y ears,
1 Boise,
i e in
p a rt of Ihc college’s
ic h1 d a n c e
F a ir . I t b e c a m e
:onunuc
to
D epartm ent’s m ain
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th e H e r r e t t C c n te
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Tw enty-five p crcen
cced s from th e sale g
dep a n m e n t.
Ev en t o rganizer an
CSI a rt professor Bil!
visitors will find funi
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E V IE R Y lm i > STG!*
even saJe prices
Nl’S
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i/e 4 0 *
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H enry be lled d r e s s slacks
m icrofiber s p o rtsh irts
s a v/ ee 2 5 - 4 0 %
m e n 'ss ssw eaters a n d activew ear
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e 2 9 .9 9
i-vi-c«R,
RedTab
stonewash jeans. Reg.
J 37
3799
Levis ®K
i
le-free Dockers* Khakis. Reg. 4 6 . 0 0
Wrinkle-1
Wrinkle-f
le-free Dockers* Khakis in
sizes 4 6 -5 0 . Reg. 55 ,0 0 , sale 39.5
J9-99
s a v ree 3 o «
all d re!ss
s s sh irts
K ID
e 3 0 -4 0 «
S a V ire
e s s e s a n d d ressy se p ara tes
«
g ir ls 'd r e
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S 3V G
•2 0 Bugle Boy* se p ara tes
b o y s ' 4♦-2
S 3 V 6e
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W O M E N
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3 0 «
ra n d ed activew ear
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am ap p are l
a n d team
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s a v e
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2 4 0 %
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(In m o s t I
s a v e 3 o «
all cold-w eather ac
acce sso ries
s a v e 3 o «
all boxed c o stu m le
e je v re lry
s a v e 3 o «
select slippers, in th e A ccessories D ept.
2
a ll o n s a l e
w arm slee p w e ar an
and ro b es
s a v e 2596
b lo u ses for m isses.
s. w om en a n d p etites
I
a ll o n s a le
d re s s e s , p a n tsu its5 2Sl social se p a ra te s
Reg- 49-99-99-99
ai llll o n s a l e
rcat
eady-to-assem bfe fu rniture
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s a v e 3 0 - 5 0 5 >96
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m e n ’s a n d w o m e n ■s
’s heavyw eight
a n d lea th e r outerw es
2 5 » aii footw
fo
ear
s a v e 4 o - 5 o >%all
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fine jewelry
a ftsm an* t7-pi«ce gift s e t (45
(434>7)
a le 7 9 .9 9
Crafts
iftsm a n * & ^ raw e r tool
»rage c o m b o . Reg. 9 9 .9 9 ( 69
6 95 7 5 )
* “ >^1
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S P O R T r! i N G
G O O D >i S
s a le 3 9 9 .
Proform 2 -H P ttreadm ill w ilh
po w er incline.■SRe g . 4 4 9 .9 9 (2 9 9 2 0 )
,1
a l l o n s a llie
youth a n d adult
lit b ik e s
o nn ll y 7 9 . 9 9
A U T O MI 4 0 T I V E
a l l o n s a lie
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all tires o n sale! ((T hrough Dec. 4 )
^
0
?9
s a l e 7 9 .9 1
In sta n t Pow er pc
porta b le p o w e r s o u rc e
sta r ts u p to 3 0 vc
vehicles.
Rcg. 8 9 .9 9 (7147
♦70)
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announ ce th e marriage
daugiucr, Ju lie Betli Pc
Jo h n Brent Peterson, sor
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6 9 .1
Crafts
iftsmar»« lo i-p ie c e m echanic
J s e t (33101 )
s a v e 5 0 « a i iCa h ristm a s
o rn a m e n ts, ta b le to p figurines,
1
w re ath s, g arland antd
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r you're
ave to do
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Reg- 99-99 (97<
?-99
o nn l l y 4 9 . 9 9
FORTHE: FAMILY
j
s a l e 2 4 .;
CPX p ersonalII CD
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free b a tterie s.-• IR ^ g. 3 4 .9 9 (23853)
a illll o n s a l e
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Dwn com fo rte rs
O inl l y 9 9 - 9 9
Craft
a fts m a n t i 4 _4 .yolt c o rd less
ill c o m b o (2 7 4 6 s)
s a v e 4 0 «
all C lassic E lem ents'
ts* oxford sh irts
fo r m isse s a n d petiti
tit e s
IC S
s a l e 7 9 1. * 9 9
LXl 13-in. TV’. RFeg . 1 1 9 .9 9 (4 3 0 1 9 }
GEVCR. Reg.
?• 99 -9 9 {5 5 2 4 9 )
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S: 3a v e 2 5 - 6 0 *
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a illll o n s a l e
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dH z p h o n e
Reg. 6 9 .9 9 (35
3S409)
IV
s a v e 4 0 %
all S ag H a rb o r vrt>ol
o l se p a ra te s
s a v e
H O M EE
aa l l o n s a l e
Ker
(en m o re . KitchenAid. Krups*
Cui
lu is iru rt u b l« to p a p p liances
i r a
f>
I
4 i HOUR ONILY!
s a t u r id a y 8 aa m t o nt o o n
th e go
[Ood life a t a ggirea t p rice , gu;la ra n te e d .
sale excludes Excepllonil Value* and
nd iSpecial purchisei. Saving apply
iir to cnerchtndite ont)i Not vaSdd en
e> oudM s » r e purchues. csu fe
-Allonsil.
c<
iogonJer*.
Bose. Ma^rtas Neptune sim
and Gemini, hearing aids.
netlcs, fragrsnees, Insulled hoine impi
Improvements. HomeUreevetydayp
f price famtture and Herida Hornet;
r<eOfesa»rrt.Sawfiax>rnuw»«c
teed Of your money badL C '999 Sea
iears. Roebuck and G>.
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FrUir- Nonmter 2 6 .199S
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tcnal.)
. “The Bad
tochclor” - A flat-footcd u p d a te'■oof th e 1925 B u ste r
Keaton corned
nedy ‘'Seven Chances."
. “Being John
Jo
Molkovich” - A
clcver ondI outrageous
oi
piece of
nliimsical fani
antasy. 152. R for lanKuogeandsexi
sexuality.)
• “The Bon
lone Collector” - Cut
from the sami
imc d o th - grisly and
d a rk - “usS e v e n ” a n d “T h e
Silence of the"
he Lambs.” R (graphic
violence, mut
nutilation, profanity,
cxoepyatmosp
3sphcrc)
• “Double
J p ard y ” - A pro!e Jeo
dictable but entertaining
eni
“wiengftjly accuscd” wc
woman (Ashley Judd)
thriller. W ith
th 'Tommy Lee Jones.
^ • “A m cricon B eaut}
iu ly " -p iis
(13 (5 .R fo rli^
a n g u ^ a s c e n c o fs e x exam in atio n o f th e2 A
A m e ric a n
ualityandsomc
mcvioloKc.)
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o; ono par■eof
. " E n d o>ff D
1 ay s" - S e c u rity
Iticularly dysfunctional
ll ft
family is a
■strange, b ro o d in g , ecxx tre m e ly
Accomplished film that.
fiat. (1:58. R
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:for strong sexuality. Lmgi
inguagc,vioS |H
^
:Iunce and drug contcnt.)
I • '*Any>rf»erc b u t Here
crc” - Mona
11
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ished novel
:about n painful mothcTH
ler-daughter
rdadonship h as b een: tttim
u ed into
il standard issue HoUyw
lywood pro;duction, complete with a soft rock
ageni
lent A rn o ld Scbw arreoefiR;e
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in of
lg.
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a ape
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so
in :red
c re t ib le tr u e n o rj- o f m njac
ic
tr-arivcher R oberta G u a ^ a ri (Uo?-]
: Wovies playing in soi
souili-ccntral
'Jtfalio this weekend. Op
OpimoM are
; hy'Los A ngdes Times
is aand Knight
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review ers.
;Ratings by th e Motioi
■tion P ic tu rc
.'Association of Amcrica
m o (G) for
: f -e n c ^ audiences; (PG;
PG) parental
, guidance urged becausc
UMofinaterial possibly unsuitable; for
foi duldren;
: (l’G-13) parents are strongly
stn
cautioned to give guidance
ice for attcnciiince of diildrcn youngc
tngcr tlian 13;
(R) restricjed , youngei
Iger than 17
iulmittcd only with porcr
ircnt or adult
; guardian; (N 017) no oni
one younger
iJian 17 admitted.
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qmck peek ia<udc.
t 'ln sid e bobbed a liti
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A t firs t g ln n c c , th e In d ia n s
could be considered long sl
sliots to
o ffe r
rcplicntc thnt success thiss season
s
- until one considers the; strides
s
H he Tmesfte* erorfeas the
Tha Tim
i a d e by th e T r ib e ’s foe
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I regioo-sh€ti!
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m ber of
| sports teams:
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players
onto th e hardwooi
a t m ay tu rn out lo be the
>od this
Today:
<
winter.
t ev e n ly b a lan ced C anyon
Oass A-2. Aa boysS c ference
S
A fte r s ta rtin g th e 1999
th e s ta te ’s Class A-3
99 6 rid
c
campaign
with an 0-3 recon
school bo>-s’ ba.skctball ranks
ord.
Ihe
Ctass
A-1
boys’basi
I
: see n in y ea rs is ju st days
Indians
blanked conference
ce ri\Til
Sundar
Dpoff.
Ff ile r 26-0 in W eek 4
4 and
CSJSsA40c^-bastei
v
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te r se\-eral .seasons of Dcclo
^vrapped
up th e season with
th w in s
Nertwwte
0
in a n c e . all th re e C anyon
over
rivals W cnddl nnd Go<
hooding
Wresofficandjaojx*
ii th e fin a l tw o w eek s oi
fe ren c e schools - Dcclo,
in
o f th e
G lenns
y
ins F e rrj- an d esp e c ia lly
year.
With no stnners bnck
Jc from
longtim e Shoshon
lone coach Larr>Valle>1
y -- a ppear poised for a sliot
1998-99's
17-11 squad, ba.<J<c
Jcctball
Mcssick.
at the;ntitl
d e.
c
coach
Ed P in g e r is hopini
mg fo r
Led by rc tu m
ir guard Cor>n ing
“ Both
o th V alley an d D eclo will
si
similar
groM h as lhc winter
er proRodriguez, th e>-oungcr
>-oi
.\fessick
obviousl
)usly b c p retty good.’' said
gi
gresses.
and his S en ators
rs iopen a t hom e
Glenns
fFerr>- coadi Jolui Tucker.
IS
E ls e w h e re in th e S.
SC IC .
against Mcssick senior
sc
o n e »\-cek
“But w
Mitth ihoscL two banging and . .
-Gooding e n te rs its firsr sc;
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ng ccach other, ^ve're hoping
ui
under
coach Jo e Mcssick, sc
son of
PJcase
n SCIC. Page 06
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we can
gi
n get in the back door”
fcrs unique cilenw
S ’S
Coming (iff 11 fruM nuii
-aiing -l-H)
Ciitiipaign. lhc I’ilots suit up for
l ‘J 'jy-00 w ilh sc-vfi-.il
ll nn.o ia h k im provcm L-tiis - nono
m o m ore
promising ihaii ilu- dcvdc
v'clopiiiL-ni
o f se n io rs AIc.\ CratH
ra iic an d
B ernabu O n i/, upptTrclassiiiL'ii
cIa
who led their higli ncIiimiI
Mil f.fojiihall
team to the siaie ftHithall
lall semifinals earlier this month hcfi
before fov
ing to Homedale.
Beyond Crane and Orriz
)r:iz. however, the Pilois are thin on e.xperit
encc. meaning l«ith will be 1looked
to for leadership: C rane
lie ton llie
p o in t, O rtiz lu u lern c -aih
s ilh will)
soptioniore posi Korey Hall.
lall.
“Our two seniors a re-• going
go
Kl
b e on th e flo o r a lot foi
for us,"
T ucker said. “C rane iss a le
1 g ili’
m ale college prosiieci.. lie
lli was
MVP o f th e IJYU Haske
is k e lb a ll
Camp tlii.s year.” .............
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iey: Cowl^boys smcOther happless Dol]Iphins 20)-0
Vlarino throws five
ve interceptions
: “Now I coita thiwv
o » Iawny your b o t
idated Presa______________
qC oiv b o y su p l7 -0 .
Bub.’ThoSerod.
H u n te r cam e ruunning.
nr
’‘S ee all
M arin o w as 14-of-3S for
3r 176
tlfiit toilet w ater leal
leaking out from
yards. T hree of his intercept
UJsidc?” W atchingg the
tl w ater drip
Ml
M o r e N F l.- D 5
S
came in tlie fourth q u an er on
back into the poredair
lain bowl, he nod- __________
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secutive
drives as th e Dolpi
ded slowly. “Tliat mcai
leans it’s dirty. No
rRVTNR
IG, Texas - In a battle of
tn
tried
rallying. Conkley mate
tlunwing toys in the loi
a r q u a r te rb a c k s , D an
SSaa n d e rs’ two in tercep tio nIS
s
; -Slowly it daw ned o
h
ad
m
ore
ru
st
than
Troy
ro(
rookie
Dunne
Hawthorne had the
you hnve bat, you sho
s h o S d " S ™ ." o
oil
other.
ball - in this case, ao liltlo
1
P im iaclo
„
The
3, playing for the first time
• only other five-interccp
golf b a ll, o n c dredg(
dged out o f my
eeks, tied a career-worst
fioi in Marino’s carecr was
gome
i ct ' I
tat, to Mom’s difr in six weel.
ts O
'
puiting pile, onc that,
23,
interceptions, one of them
23, 1988, against th e New Y
mny. I'd tossed to my bat-wielding
York
%
Jcits. H e had only five thisI y ear
Jc
boy d u rin g living roi
room B.P. th a t r e n t e d 46 yards for a touchdoM-n
by D exter
tr (C^aklcy a s Dallas beat
coi itig in to th e g am e and th e
rooming.
com
__
K) Thursday.
Dol
Miami 2001
; ^ d onc that was ndwMlA.
ndv
Dolphins
had thnnsn just eight
' ^ JH unter ..." 1 sta
lart
rte d , his face
T h e gam
im 'e was scoreless u n til
. M
^ a n a n struggled, too, espcd.
n a lly
• O mC S
lighting up w ith giggl
igglcs. “H unter, Coakley's>big
bi, play midway th ro u g
in the
t first half while Ismail wa
in
*-as in
(fc )
where is the golf ball?"
1?”
Ihe diii^ quaner.
qu
TTie Cowboys (6the locker room recovering froi
the
rom a
/M o r e g iggles. “I flu sh e d it, 5 )th e n a ddded
d ( two fid d goals from
mil concussion. He had just
mild
tst 69
Daddy.”
Richie Cunn
passing
yards a t halftime.
inningham and a 65-yard
pas
• Looking nt the dock
ock, 1 shook my
touchdown
m pass from A ikm an lo
^
Aikman
finished lSof-29 fo»'23%
r;
head. '‘Bud, if you flush
ush all your toys, Raghib Ismt
smoil" in th e founh quaryar
yards.
H e also bccam e th e 22nd
22
you ivon’t Iiave any lefi
left." Surmising
ter.
pas
p
a
sse
r
to
su rp ass 30,000 c an
ire e r
tliat the pocked litdce white
vt
orb had
It was hc
theHrst time the Dolphins
passing
yards.
pas:
likely moved on to past
w s t u r c s ^ c r (8-3) h a d been
be sliut out in nearly
E m ^ t t Smith, ploying his ssecE
than getting whackcd
d ir
m vain by onc tw o y ean;; and
ai it cam e on Jim m y
ond straiglit gome with a brok
okcn
of the state's sorriest:ggol
o f e r t,I r a n to johiiam ’s re i
righ hand, had 103 yards on 31lcar>
right
c
ta h ic to Mom. She iM
loolk c d u p fro m i ^ h a s ™return to Texas Stadium.
ries.
nursing tlie little oneylot
o n 8 c o o o s h ,o
^ ^ , ^ 50lost iwo of three to three
a
h
a
lf-g
am
e
b
e
h
in
d
A
Although
Dallns
h
un
itself
w
n Jl h er eyes, and I ^vns o
m ill
lis in tlie AFC East.
pen
cd, for lock o fo Indiompollsi
penalties
and struggled on thi
' a iie trouble surfaced,
third
re^m a in ed u n b e a te n in
dow
b e tte r te rm , la t e r in
ii th e day .
iowns, a n unusual sp edal teai
and moved ivithin
bren
had mounted a fi™ home gomes
gar
Apparently the ball had
jreokdown by Miami prevented
f l ^ t on its way down1 tlie
tli drain, and
le of
froir
. Wasliington in the
rom taking control.
gged.
NFC E ast
nmv the toilet wns doggc
01lindo M are, who h a d mai
O
lade
So on ^Vcdncsday, two days before
Johnson also
al« wns the loser in tlie
fidd
id d goals in a team record-t>-ii
>*ing
tu rn in g the big thrcc-i
ec-oh. I got to lost Thanksg
<sgiving gnme in Texas
20
si
:0 straight
games and enteredI the
ti
kiiow our commodc n litt
little more inti- Stadium bctv
ctween tliese teams. On
garni
;ame 29of-32 tliis season, miss<
ssed
mately.
a snowy aften
temoon exactly sue years
from
rom
52
and
47
yards
and
hod
a
A
On hands nnd knees,
i, a:
arm down the ago, Miamii won
wi 16-14 on a lost-secj arder
^ i blocked.
bowl, the whole b it- juust
s t like coUcgc. ond field goal
goa after Dallas’ Leon
Cu
Cunningham
m ade kicks from
I
n 36
o nly w ith o u t th e six -b eer fog. L ett dived on
on a blocked Cdd-gool
and
I
nd 23 yaixls, nfter coming into'th
il e
Anyivny, I tried coat hang
a n g ^ l m c d o a m m p t ond
f
id fumbled
it, giving the
gamt
ame8-for-17.
spoon, and I tried to keep
'■ Dolphins onoil
nother chancc.
Hiis u n re lia b ility p ro m p tc
H
fnfi. B u ll couldn’t free tha
vas playing for ihe first
Dallo
'alias coach Chan Cailey to go>for
ft
;,;As a last resort, I scnib
! Oct. 10 because o f a
iton
onfourth-and-15 from the 35 an
p u le d a p lum ber. Witli
rve in his nedc and the
fourt
hdlir, my toilet was upet
)urth-and-16 from th e 36, bot
oth
ously m ade him rusty.
durin
bathtub, my son was fiddl
uring the scorelcss first half. Th
The
Cowl
ivrenchcsondl His a t a woss off,
ol he had little touch
iv-idi tliis gentleman's wrei
owboys failed miserably on boi
'
w as busying m yself guessing
guc
*m s tre n g th w as w ay
atterr
how
n is arm
tempts.
much a bathroom house
use call could
doivn.
Bef
Before the game, Johnson shoo!
cc«. One hundred? Two
1;
ra hundred?
A
D don Sandt
ndcTS picked him off in
hands
mds nnd spoke for about 30 sei
thousand?
th e D allas eni
end zone to snuff one
onds
ids w ith Cowboys oAvncr J c r r
-■?^This oilier liide guy
ty ddropped his
driv e an d [JC
he h ad an o th er in th e
Jones
mes, fu rth e r burying th e feui
fo rm ’s u n d e rw e a r in1 th e r e ," th e founh quarter,
ter. Two plays after that
that
tt them ap an afler their soc
at tore
, plum ber d io rtled , In terr
em ip tin g m y one, Aikman
n -- who had m issed the
ond
si
^^straight
Super Bowl viaory ii
calculations, “and downn it
it went.’
la s t tw o game
mes recovering from
1993.
. VVith th a t, h c hoisted
ted my to ile t concussions -- 1h it Ismail to put ilic
l i i ^ in his arms and out
ut tpopped my
P b in a c le . H u n te r sh■ricked
ric
w ith
.
delight, the plumber wipe
oft, and I promptly tossed
S filS fo S
gaibage.
^ ■ M |f
. •The good news? Along w
our toilet back, the bill wm
SSS. And I learn ed a few valuable
leisons. Onc, as much as
V
golf, my son h^d given m
; .ec iV b t e y °
- m&sage: Hiuig it up, Dad.
>ad. So for as
- loog as I con hold out > at
1
at least
until TDe Atsoclated
a d PI re ii____________
• ;tft)s w ea th e r w arm s agali
gain - I w ill --------------------: iVBlch oth ers play th e get
gentlem an's
i n D IA N A
P( L IS lPO
Jerry
gome.
_
Stackhouse scored
sco
26 points and
If* . I
This, o f course, is sweei
id 22 in D etroit’s 107Ifc i
my fellow Magic ValleySdu
tc ™ L !d
^ ^ B S U
c o m e b aick
c k triu m p h o v e r
kindly course directors. The
Tl hattlfw
-sday night.
In ^ a n a Thursdt
neck trailing off from th
thee hole Pm
IS rallied
from a 12p ost At least
T h e Pistons
i
playing is o thing of the posi
til, say, March.
point d e fid t in the sccond half to
My firsth a n d b ru sh wit
w ith a two- c a m their fouunnh consccutive vieyear-old’s curiosiw also remi
-emindcd m e
tory.
that I still have plenty toI let
leam about
Rik Sm its had
hac a season-high 23
bijtng n fadier. And toilett to
locks (they points for Indiar
liana and D ale Davis
rttU y make such things) porej o whole scorcd 21. Kcega^ e M iller scored
iK c h e a p e r than a plumbei
i l ^ s house seven points os
os“h e struggled from
. h B - Branching off trom the
tigjust2-oM l shots.
jW D ’s underw ear out of d
together a 12-2 run
^ ^ B ^ H
lurth
q u an er. taking
yinally, toilet w ater is col'
good. S ta c k h o u se
with much to be thankful foi
c u rt w ith tw o free
100 old to be playing around
t t “a ? d V jtunpcr,
ff
anyway.
w hile T e n y
DetroK
PI
itt Pliton*
{turn UndMy Huntar, fni
Mark
front, d r t m on Indiana P a e a n Buad
eu
------------MUIs a n d Lind:
ndsoy H u n te r conJ«ckton
1 tho flrtt quarter Thuraday In
wn In
li
n ImSanapoIlt.
icudve 3<pointers.
jrJeffRoeen
tributed consecui
Times^ews sports editor
Ji
i wiere m id a l to the
points,
i it 11 of 13 attem pts and1
kivo^iodby
F reejh ro w sw
ts, h
ond son Hmter took the dau
{
p erso n al w ith 10:29 rei
rem a in in g
» oat turkey and sm a^ aI few
fa famHu o u tc o m e a s D e tro it o u ts c o re d
Stackhoi
Idiouse mode lOof-12.
m th e period. H e s a t for
for th e re s t
with a fullI n d ia n a 29-10
LO fro m th e lin e .
HillU got
g< into foul trouble in the
hpHooms maying catch witi
of th e q u a rte r a fte r bwing
^
whisoom.
C hristian L a eittn
tti er, who h a d 19
sue football in the Hiringroom
third qquu an er, picking u p his third1
tie d fo r h is fo u rth foul
)ul 34 sec-
ArS T
'
\
^
|||F i
'
Miami Dolph
lolphlns
wide rocolvo
:olvor
Yatll Groon.
)on, loft,
g o ts crowdoi
iwdod.
out by Oollai
lolles
Cowboys1
sofoHes Gooi
Goorgo
Tongue, cont
conter,
ond Dolonn
Sandors, light,
ilgti
Thursday In
Dallas. The
hoir
Irlo
jumpod for
>raa
pa ss In tho
or
10 end
zone during
th
ng Iho
second quarto
uortor
and Sandors
ors
came up with an
S -sS S
nswin
^
Piston
fourthh straight, ■
beatP;
Pacers
B
rcopy^
V|M.
onds Inter.
Indiana op<
opened its biggest lead
o f th e nighi
g h t w ith H ill o n th e
bench a s the
lhc Pacers took a 70-58
w ith 7:01 left in th e q u a n e r on a
3-pointer by
by ?M ark Jackson,
Detroit ban
b attled back to tm il 7774 w h en Mil
M ills h it a 3 -p o in te r
b e fo re a 17-footer
17b y Jn ckson
gave th e Pac
P acers a 79-74 lead to
ta k e into the
I
he final
period.
B u t. In ddia
ia n a fa d e d in th e
fo u n h period
iod when it m ade just
7-of-21 attemp
a n ptsfrom the field.
T h e P is to nr s took th e ir only
th ee first h alf 36-35 on a
threc'pointt play by Laettner. The
sctire was tied
tie four tim es a fle r
that before; Indiana
In<
moved ahead
IO lead 59-52
2 a t halftime.
Besi
Jest’s 3 -p o in te r gave
Indiana a 47-4
« 7+ t Icod nnd his 20.
footer m ade
lc it
It 50-14 otter an Al
H arrin g to nI fr
fre e throw . Indiana
shot 59 percer
rcent (I3-of-22) in the
second quxmei
m u . whoI m issed his first five
shots from the field, k ept D etroit
In th e g amlee as s h e h it his n e x t
Its iw hile scoring 11 m
attem pts
th e sec rn d qua
q u a n er.
. Jackson bee;
>eeame the fifth playe r in NBA hhi:is to ry w ith 8,000
a ssists, joinini
ning J o h n S to c k to n .'
Magic Johnson
son. O scar R obenson
and Isiah Thon
Bulldogs
lip nemesis
is
)n late FG
E
—
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I
le A ssociated Proas_____________
I*I£j
STA RK VILLE, M iss. - Scot;
^cott
e s ie rfie ld hit a 44-yard fie
k
ield
''^'■'S
a l ivith four seconds left a sI No
No.
Mississippi
State rallied for
or oa
^
:-20 v ic to ry o v e r No. 23
L«issippi on lliu rsd ay iiiglit.
Mississippi State, w hidi trailed
liled
rougliout th e gam e, scoredI 17
jrih -q u a rte r points. A fter the
m e, th o u sa n d s o f S ta te fans
'nns
gom.
re
:ore
5 °u"re d onto th e fie ld a n d to
wn
th e
g o a lp o st
thhnt
at
jsterfidd sent his second gamc',mc'n n e r of th e season th ro u igh.
gh,
n u tes later, ihey to ppled the
png'll!
ilpost at th e oth e r end o f the
®
■Ussissippi S ta te q u arterb ack
ack
^ a vlyne
r Madkin took m e Bulldogs
go yt ,a rd s, h ittin g A dam J o inlogs
er
ner
^ , hh a, 38-yord lo u c h d o w to tiee it
« 20
20 wilh 27 seconds left. Then,
E udc
g e n e C lin to n in te rc e p teac i
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3S.
S por ts
—
Prec]:ision, p()ower seiind Aga:issi to se^ m is
A m ericanss S
Sam pras,
M artin stay
ly alive at
A T P c h amnpp io n sh ip s
HANOVER, Get
G erm any (AP) T o p - r a n k e d A nn d r e A g a ssi
b c c a m c t h e f i r s t p l a y e r to
n d v iin c c to th ec S'
s e m if in a ls of
th e
ATP
To ur
W o rld
C h a m p io n s h i p1 bI y b e a t i n g
G u s ta v o K u e r te
t e n 6-4, 7-S on
Thursdiiy.
Afiassi a d v a n c e t to th e last
four w ith o u t d roo p jp in g a set
his th re e R ed G rou
ro u p m atchcs.
K u e rte n , a Brazi
ra n k e d
No. 3 in th e w orld,
the
p h iy er to b re a k A
A(gassi's
in th e to u rn a m e n t
accs.
But in th e e n d , th
tl e
h a d to o m u c h p r t
p o w e r f o r th e f o n
O pen cham pion.
T h e R ed G roup w b e
e d to d ay , w h en P e te S a m p ras
p la y s
N ic o la s
L a p e n tti.
K u erten , 1-2, could
lid theoreticalJy still advance.
S a m p ras is M an
ai d L ap en tti
is 0-2. S a m p ras nee
le e d s to win a
-SCI to adv an cc.
In th e W hite Gro
Sroiip, Nicolas
K iefer b e a t T odd1 M artin 6-3, 62 to s ta y n liv e a m
n d Y cvsc-ny
K afeln ik o v p ic k eL‘d
d u p h is -seco n d v ic to r y b y <
o u t la s t in g
T hom as Enqvi.st.
.
,
K a f e l n i k o v , N o.
w orld, ra is e d his r°c
rei „ 'rd '” o 2 .5
a f te r b ea tin fi E nqvi
qvisr 7.S, 3-6.
6-4, w h ile t h e foj uu rr l h .r a n k f d
Enqvist d ro p p e d to
■° 1‘ ‘J- .
B e c a u se o f th er ro
ro u n d -ro b in
!
r a ||j|jH ^ H
with Brazilian Gustavo Kuert*
lerten a t the ATP tennis world ch«
" " S " ’>mstcli
";
P ta W P 'l"In! Honover, Northern (Sermany.
form al, ail
all four w ere s till in th e
Mar
Martin fell to 0-2.
ru n n in g fo,
for th e two sem ifin a l
Tl
T h e 53.6 m illion season-cn
p la c e s. Ki<
K iefer is now M a n d
ing
i u rn a m e n t brings togcth
ng to
Kentu□cky roo])kie a suqrprise sta
SALT LAKE CITY
Y (.
(AP) - U tah
Ja z z r o o k ie S c o tt P
Paa d g e tt h a s
already found a place
cc ifor himself
in the NBA.
W iere? In Utah’si stan
sti in g lineu p . a lo iiR sid c v e te r a n s K arl
Malone, Jo h n Stocktoi
<ton and Jeff
Moniacek.
A f te r le a v in g KCeen
r tu ck y a s
Utah's third d raft pick
( the first
ck of
round, Pad g ett d id nn’t
’t expect to
•start a f te r h is firstt th
tl re e NBA
Karnes. Bul th a t's exa
L'xactly w hat
has happened.
“ It's g re a t. I'm gic
e tt
ttin g m o re
com fonable every pami
im e. It’s a big
cfianRe from my rolee ir
in college.”
-said FadReit. a G-foot-i
ot-9 forw ard
who h elped K entucky
ky rcach the
NCAA c h a m p io n s huipp g a m e in
1997 and win it in 1998.
38P a d se tt looked awki
■vkward durin s th e p reseason ass hi
h e learned
the offease and triedI to establi.sh
himself in the faster pprofessional
n
pam e. H e d id n 't play
iy iin tw o of
U tah’s first th re e regul:
gular-scason
games.
So it w as a big s urp
rprisc
r
w hen
coach Je rry Sloan shoo
iiook up th e
starting lin eu p on Nov.
ov. 8, using
Padgett instead of eightf^it-year veteran Adam Keefe. Tlwt
r
a t night,
the
Ja z z b e a t th e Loss .A n g e le s
Clippers 97-79.
Since th e n , K eefe hhaas ra re ly
left the bench and Pndgc
dgett hasn 't
missed a stan .
“ We c e rta in ly d id n ’t p lan on
red-shining him,” Sloan
s
in said,
borroiniig a plu'asc from the
tho college
game.
Tlie Jazz d ra fte d Padg
idgett w ith
th e 28th o v erall pickc aalf te r forwards Quincy Lewis of■JUinnesota
Mi
(No. 19) an d A n d re i K
Kiirile n k o
(No. 24) of Russia.
V et whiit
liie Lewis usu a lly h a s
p la y e d inn oone- o r tw o -m in u te
s p u r ts and
fid K irilen k o re m a in s
o v e rseas developing
de
his skills,
Padgett has
las seen about 12 to 15
minutes a gai
game.
"W e feltt In
he was a b etter slioote r than hee hhad been showing in
th e preseaso
nson," Sloan said. "W e
tliougltt he2 needed
m
to keep shooting. and the
he best way for liim to
do that waste
s to Ix: on tJic floor."
Padgett pla
played 29 minuics in a
98-90 victory
ory over New York on
Nov. 17, scori
coring eight points and
collecting ei^
eiglii relwunds.
“Scott is■in a very unique situation,” Maloni
one said. "Not a lot of
g uys can con
come in to th e league
and bc a star
taner riglit away. He’s
pul lumsciff ir
in a position to show
h e can score."
It’s no secre
cret that U tah’s scorcrs
a r e M alone
m e. S to c k to n a n d
H ornacek. Ai
And th a t’s fine w ith
P a d g e tt, whc
vho led K entucky in
scoring last season
se;
at 12.G points a
g a m e nnd ha
h ad 29 p o in ts in an
NCAA lournn
rnnmcnt victory over
Kansas,
‘i n college,
;e, j1 \>as a .scoring playe r .” P a d g ett said. “ H ero, th e y
want m e toI l>t
>>e u guy who m akes
th e hustJe pla>
slays, to creatc energy
w ilh offensive
live rebounds, to get
th e s te a l o r go
c a fte r th e loose
ball.”
Tliat’s not1 ili
the only tiling tliat's
different from
]
im Kentucky.
“Pve becomc
)me a video game n ut
b e c a u s e I’ve
'c igol so m uch fre e
lim e." Padgeti
jeit said. "M y w ife's
icacliing. so sh.
she’s at work during
th e day. I plaj
ilay video gam es all
day until she! gels
ge home.”
A steady strei
tream of friends from
I’adgctt’s home
meiomi of Louisville
IH
I
L a!
K ii
iliy
-< > 7
H H
J-ri
H H
day
:ham-
T h i s y ear has lx;en so
ir
o incredible, especially at th e end
( it. I
id of
th o u g h t, go in g in to th ec y e a r. I
couid probably win about
lut seven
tim(^s. A nd I even supersedi
;cded m y
ow n goals, a n d I d o n ’t ddco th a t
very often."
I n h is la t e s t v ic to ry^, w
v o rth
5400,000, Woods said he kni
knew h e
h a d to g e t o ff to a f aist
st sta rt
b e c a u s c L o v c r a n a w ay
a y fro m
M a s te rs c h a m p io n J o s ec ^M a ria
Olazabal, 6 and 5, a day corli
orlicr.
That’s exactly w hat Woods
>ods did.
” I f e lt it w a s g o in g to
to b e a
to u g h m a tc h b e c a u s c E
Wwds
played so well yesterday,"“ V\
sa id . " A fte r b ird ie in g thh o first
hole, I knew if I could some
3mchow
answ er, I could stop his momenmoi
gGolf
________________
^
turn.'*
H e cagled the
tlic 524-yard sccond
hole, the same
1
le hole Love eagled
to kick off hiss rout
n of Olazabal a
day earlier.
' "F ro m there,
ire, I pla y ed som e
really good golf,*
ilf," \Voods said.
By th e timi
im e th e p la y e rs
re a d ie d tJie turn
um. Woods was at S
up - thanks to
t m ore birdies
0 tivo
and a p a ir o f bogi
jogeys by Lovc.
H e completed
i front 9 at the
ed the
6,957-yard Poipi
lipu Bay R esort on
Kauai in 5-underIer-par31.
L ove, w ho m
miade it in to th e
tou rn am en t as
a a lte rn a te folIS an
low ing th e deat
la th of U.S. O pen
w inner Payne Stewan,
Sti
was at 1over 37.
Lovc birdicd1 tJie
tii 12th and 13th
hole.s to cut Woo(
’oods’ lead to 3 up.
but it wasn’t enou
lougli.
" I d id n ’t get
et off to a g r e a t
s ta n ," Love said,
id. ”He got 1 up on
a n e a g le and when
wli h e ge ts off
like tliat, he’s hard
hai to beat. You
can feel the door
c
or dosing."
________ ■
Shark, Mongou
:omerie find the
£olng tough Down
Do Under
SY D N EY ,
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T o u rn a m e n t fa v o rite s G re g
Norman and Colir
olin Montgomerie
j
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311^'G
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se
a nd m apped a four-year
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in th e lOth game.
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backhand sail im o t
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is.nnems«« am rappedituy fioma tench squad member. G ^ \
th e A u s tr a lia n O
cepted.
when Kafelnikov als
TT-tftimn
ainu: wiO] Eht attOEdiat tO' fiist-plai
liace teams in each division .
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jm £ UnwaDLamii prizes, will be-gi'
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a £atS3&6273 for m ore in fo r-,
run-up to
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day,” E n q n s t said.
C o a c kt Ee s
caO fo r M i
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today I h a d th e lasi
ir m xKFFA2ULS
.
baakedjail coad
n r h ^ and athletic directors
m onths."
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iiDols are reminded to send
ta3 qpeaiiiiiiHiriiBv nMOtts-and ut
up-to-date schedules to ihc
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last
endth e r
p
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ttJeBttmiTtng
I
havcht
c helped fill em pty days.
“I'll
I'll h a v e ncw th in g s to do
w hen
in m y f r ie n d s c o m c in .”
Padgeti
pctt said. “It’s not e ew to me.
but iit's
t's :ncw to them.’’
The
he .Ja zz ha v e usually signed
players
'crs willing to buy inio a longte rmn tt
te a m conccpt. Sloan said
P a d gg eeitt w ill fit n ic e ly if h e
iC T m a r te
j
ndlfi E lnihe Coundl! is. dtrestEninj
ingtD stripT rinidodofthe 'i: ;
|g aafle gnflaa. 6 g ggftct in a mnr
landatory defense against . .
C fiJw rn rllJ
s-OtesOICinQc.
r o o t.tr c o o .
I
a o m " s ^ d ‘'
e that 0 lot
|
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w e ree a n g r y T h u rsd o y a f te r
squandc
ndering th eir o p p o nunities
_ LatretU
to t e:ar
a r ;a p a n th e Royal Sydney
;nm
Golf Club
Clu in th e first round of fhe
510,000
Australii
ralion Open.
ir p ro fa n e
OnI a iday when th e 6,832-yard
N cw Y nri:
course
se vw as n ot m uch of a chal- o v er t h e
lenge^ an
and unhtMiilded Australian
lost weekPaul Gow
Goi shot an 8-undcr-par 64.
n e ithicr
e r N orm an n o r M ontgom- IBS c u rd s Jazz rookie Si»tt Psdei
LCalif., on
eric was
vas a ble to come d o se to tlic 1first TTTTIO
lead,
coadi P J .
doesn't test th e frce-ogcn
”Tlie
c
le conditions
arc very easy.
a fte r his three-year roo
an d 70
70 iis a c tu a lly a v ery poor lo
traacxpires.
sco rer toi
to d a y u n d e r th e circum “ W e h o p e h e comes
s ta n cres,"
e s, N o rm a n sa id . " T h is L*.
sta y s in on e spot," Sio
morning.
ing, it was really tliere to b c
d
“We’ve been fortimate ti
had.
n by t h e
;o
f
o u r guys h av e come
“I hit
o
lit a lot of good shots, but I d
stayed, and th ey 'w gotte
ju st couli
ouldn’t capitalize on them, e
S p re w ^
every year."
Tlie pin
p
in positions
w ere veiy, very
Iw a u k e e
easy.”
lool. z h e
The Au
Australion did b e tte r than
parted in
h is Scotl
:o ttis h c o u n te r p a r t, w ho
t audiorilabeled
d o!
a s "crim inal" a 72 for his
0 serve a
first 18Sho
holes in th e 5640,000 tour3Lntodoi
nament.
it.
'
NEW Y O RK (AP) d-\'il su it
Gow, w
w ho ha d th e best round '
:o llisio n
Sprewell is in trouble agaii
o f h is coi
c o re e r w ith n in e b ird ies '
Sprewell was fined te r craft
a n d aI b o g e y , u p s ta g e d th e
1 boat
on
th e NBA th is w eek for
j
fav o rite
s
te s a n d re v e a le d th a t he '
remarks to fans in the 2,1598.
Ne
had b et
:t Sl
som e m oney on hrmself
K nicks’ 86-79 victory-suoik e sh a
to win.
Golden State Warriors is
lass io n e r
I 40 d ajv
good fun. bul they would
O ld.
ve m c lOO-I,” Ckiw said of
H ie game a t Oakland,isa
C rrisk
th e bookr
o k m ak e rs, w hose operaSaturday n i ^ t was the fit
tions a re Ilegal in A u stralia . "I
afe oper- .
Sprewell faced fanner cos
deseircd
Id 5500-1."
I
Carlesimo, wiiom he dudo
m em b er o f th e W arn
December 1997.
Sprew ell shouted profi
and vulgar rcmarics ot son
d u rin g th e g am e, won 1
Knicks 86-^.
In W isconsin, where Sp
o n ce s ta rr e d a t Milw;
• Sprewell slap
, with hefty fin
:
fRBssiaE«esuptottiie hype
C q io f i
< T fPtrUg]
I stars Irina Slutskaya and
ffOtiSimflai Uved up: to>dieir cou
ountiymen’s expectadons
mjjto ih) t&t Oipi of ^ tssia Ccand
n d P rix
gnncirie<i
)g wtfmrrfl m d ie women^s short
irt program was another
)iltiiiSin2inroa.whDedgedAmeri
ericon Angela Nikodinov.
Jo ablaze
n n ^ s e t s C o lo r a d (
M nW fnni'nt7»in<w;j
a rgFFTk’. Cnlb. -Aaaoaa^s H r■ftnnnn
a
^ a a a a o iTyiaoff
f * e damnnfiiig; ffiiris o£ Prey
ey course, padng a World
Ctgs latwafkilll
BilDisatiinig; com l& nsdajr w itbI aa 1 minute, 45.88 second
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up in class
r T i U d a d w f l l m o v e 11
s x s rid
m jA . RatriDi EliD3>—Felix Trinii
inidad says he is willing to
JthimflrmIifltt
r»Ki WBC w e lh srw e i^ title he
iie won from Oscar Dc La
Srsanttinna
m w e u p tn>15« poumls far a bouj
m t in M aidi against David
I
New' York
Yoi Knicks forward Kurt Thomiu
r game Nov. 17 In Salt Lake City.
Red-hoDt Woocdss plans a hbreather
PO IPU , H aw aii (A PP)) -• Good
news for PGA T our play
er T iger
yers;
Woods is going to ta k ee t>
th e next
five weeks off.
W oods c a p p e d a n in
n cr
c rc d ib lc
late-year run W ednesday
ly bby beating Davis U n e m . 3 a ndd 22, in th e
PGA Grand Slam of Golfs
) lfs championsliip match.
That m ade it 10 victorie
)ries in 14
tournam ents for th e PGA
3A player
of th e y ear and V ardonn 1T rophy
winner.
'‘I’m d o n e u n til o n e: to
tt u rn a m ent at the e nd of the yea:
k’car,” th e
PGA champion said. "I’m
'm ioff for
five weeks. It’.s going to) be
b< nice,
j
I
j
:d a lo t fo r m e
md personally,’'
ir rccci^ang ' i e
t's a big accctnie.”
th e No. 3 ran k ng th e F re n c h
U.S. O p e n th is
T he to p two fn
acivonce t o th e lasb r o k e
th e
A f te r h is vjicr ta 2-0 l e a d i n
received th e ATP
ily 10 d ro p Iris
for finishing th eseventh
j
gam e.
Agassi is assured
i u n a b le to
rt-a's
1 for th e y ear cvei
nity a n d latvcd
win th e event. ts on h is se rv e
“It sym bolized
professionally and
lo o v c a ta m e lS
Agassi said afic:t,
r i s e t tip 3iis
glass trophy. “It's
It Vi-itfa a pasfrp lishm ent form 1e.”
saw Enq%-iBt''s
Agassi seized 0thith e n e t.
ing a f te r w inning
*as a r e p e a t of
O pen a n d the U.J
O pen fin a l,
summer.
also w on.
K a fe ln ik o v L-nbto a cnreta-Sw ede’s s c n e for
j o rld a f t e r
e w
th e fin al set. only
icard O pen in
any, an d th e
in h is ho m e1to H anover.
y good e^’e rj'
I
The world’*
I's fNo. 1 men's tennlj player Andre
A
re A£a«sl
returns a volley Thur»d4
p - S p o r t s IIN BRIEF---- ^
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I s ijin h is p re v io u s
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was thrilled to get!ttvtw o in o n c p e riod Thursday nighL
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a d d e d a n a s s is t [ as
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fivte g o a ls in th e
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'y ith its fivc-goal sei
second period
tjg a in st A tla n taI gi
g o a lie S c o tl
Langkow.
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' W ade Redden, An(
Klagnus Arvedson1 aa lso
l sc o re d in
second period fo r Ot
O tta w a , w h ic h
also h ad fivc-goal per
periods in a 9.3
v iao ry over Tam paa aBay o n M a rc h
8 and a 7-1 victoryf ov
o v e r S t. L o u is
o n F e b . 20, 1996.. R
Rad ek B onk
added a third-peHod
xl gg o a l
: “W c f e d like w e! ho
hove a ^ e m
th a t can be effective
ive if o u r playe r s e x e c u te w h e n1 tl
Ih o y 'rc supn o s e d t o ,” s a id ODciowo
tti
coach
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w liosc c lu b
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lurine th e se co n d period s t PhHUp
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onI Thur*day.
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a lw a y s hap;
la p p en .”
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u c h b e rg e r, R a y F e r ra ro
a n d A n Idre
r oa s K arlsso n sc o rc d f o r
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g o a lie S
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d ce b u t a s u c c e s s a s t h e C o y
b e a t th e N ew J e r s e y D « i l s 4.
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i u r k e , o b t a i n e d N o v . 19
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h o ts fo r th e Co>'otes, w h o p aa t l ^
t h e i r se a s o n - h ig h f o u rth -s tra
r a ig h t
S
v ia o iy .
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t
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t h ee C o y o te s . S c o tt N ie d e n nn aa y e r
am
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D evils. »k-ho p lj\jjied
'o w ixhcu S f i i y
Holik. their top (w
goal scorei.
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g a m e s T h u r s iday
da
f o r c u tiia g
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f a c e w i t h h i s stic
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m..
n ig h t in .A nahom
R o e n ic k 's h a tt ttrr i t i w a s t e f ir s
sin c e jo im n g th et G
Ccn-mes d iree seasons ago.
N e K 'J e r s e jfa died
ik s 10 jK tffeo a « tt
of its f o w p c » rrr p l s y ^ a e ^ ^
C o - o tc i. t h e le a ggiie
t s tc9 p e a a lry
k iP en .
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r edd th e p a a te coo\-ertin g o n j u s t l i fi i p e rc e n t o f irs
p o w e r - p la y o prppoo r r u a i t i e s , b u t
R o e n ic k g o t t h es rj
paiD e's f ir s t p o il
1 4 2 8 in to t h e first
irst p e rio d o a t i e
po » trp la > -.
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to p o f th e le f t c irc
sh ot im o th e le ft cb
f o r t h e u n a s a s u dIscore.
so
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s o sc o re d c a a
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f lip p » i.I » s s to
t o N u m x n in e n a:
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p a s t a s a e e n e d O twfls’g
en
a SeQ m
T o r e r i9 :2 4 in D tf ab eeienm nd p a i u l .
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s w a r d 1 3 S la te r
a s B u i lx D ie d n>> ac o v e r a sh o t b r
R and> -M cK a > -b uJ iii
tb e p u c k s ^ a ite d f r e e i a t hle
e c re a se a ad
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first go a l o f t h e s eiasesi.
as
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m>y stick
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jc n e . th e
r e f e r e e p r u h .ilil y w mIild
ild h n v e
c a lle d it n n j« h im ; .in d w ec w
' ould
h a w movi-d on.
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o n th e --tick a n d . it vmIIi lo
hi o k .It
th e ta p e . I m ( i\e N>th m
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ir s t in
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S p o rItT S
GO)LLEGEE
F 0 0 1PBALL.COUN'^JT D O V
3 k ie s , H
] u s k e“rs
WOI
H j|
r e m a i rn i n t i t i e h u r
P'0»»___________ Huskers?
e q u e s tio n No. 1
e is w aiting to have
it p re p a re s to play
nal championship in
wl on Jan . 4.
th e T h a n k s g iv in g
.2 Virginia Tech (10N ebraska (9-1) nre
nders, with the Bowl
ip S e rie s standings
in al say on Dec, 5.
(II-O) com pleted its
xk.
Jfies b e n t No. 22
e g e (8-2) a n d th e
3t C o lo ra d o (6-4)
m inoles still won’t
e ir o p ponent until
's No. 7 Texas in ihe
Tie on Dcc. 4.
ir g in ia T e c h a n d
o th lo s e ? T h e n
lorida a n d K ansas
ng ilie team s which
0 title contention.
to com e out like
1 season long pioIhe g am e o f otir
fensivc end Corey
.Ve win that game
ing for th e nationip. I firmly believe
.vould b e ju s t an
ahsol
solute tragedy if we don’t get a
cham
an ce to play for th e national
al
cham
ampionship.“
rTin
h e H u s k e rs a r e try in g to
10
focus
:us on Colorado instead of figgurinf!
ing oul how ih e y c a n .m o v'ee
a hL-ad
eat of th e Hokies in the BCS
•S
standi
ndings,
“Th
‘T
here has not been any talkk
amoni
ongst our team about anything
lg
oth
iererthan Colorado," Nebraskaa
coach
ich Frank Solich said, “I havee
notheard
hc onc word uttered."
In
o er Top 25 gam es today.•,
a oth
it's No.
Nc 7 Texas a t No. 24 Texass
A&M;
M; Ohio a t No, 12 M arshall;I;
No. 17
17Arkansas at LSU; an d No.
25 Louisiana
Loi
Tech at Southern1
Califor
ifornia.
On
S
n Saturday,
it’s Vanderbilt at1
No.6 6T e n n e s s e e ; a n d No. 16»
Georgi
rgia al No. 20 Georgia Tech.
No.
; Mississippi played No.
0 . 23
ISMis;
lississippi S tate on Tluirsday.
Tle
he)Hokies are shooting for the
second
nd perfect season in school
hisiory,
)ry, the first since 1918 when
theywere
wt 7-0.
SoI far
fa Virginia Tech h a s d is­
p atch
e th e previously ran k e d
h ed
leam
ISsiti Ims played this season 31-7 oo>
v e r V irg in ia , 62-0 o v e r
Syracus
cuse, and 43-10 over Miami,
Tech,
ch, w hidi leads the nation in
scoring
n g a t 41.7 points p er game, is
d irc c:te
te d by re d s h irt fre sh m an
q u a rte
r
lerback
M ichael Vick, who
h a s 1,550 y ards a n d n
passing. 504 yards and s<
seven TDs
rushing.
T he E agles, beh in d q< u a rte rback Tim H asselbeckc c
runn in g back Cedric WasI
a rc having quite a seasc
ison themselves, R i^ it now BC is hi
th e insight,com Bowl, bbiut could
move up to the Gator Bowl
Bt
wilh
an upset.
"I s;iid afler the Syracu
cuse game
If c
that our kids have heart
irts as big
WL
as oceans," O’Brien saic
lid, refer!
ring to BC’s 24-23 win o ver th e
Orangemen on Oct. 30. “They’re
“
going to play hard, and tJ
tiiat’s all
*
we can nsk of tliem. Tlien
out there and either you’i
u re good
enough
or
y o u ’re
i |^ H H |j [ K 9
Fonunately, we've foundd 'ways to
win."
Virginia Tech has won1 tthe last
three m eetings, ivith BC
2 imanogin g a io ta lo f Hiw inis.
N e b ra sk a has a seven
en-gam e .
w inning stre a k over Col
but th e p a st th ree game: have
been dose. Tlie Huskcrs; won
v
by
two i>oints last year, three
in '97 and five points in ’96.
)6.
Bowl berths are on the i
Cher Carioi Polk lacks Kansas SSU
uirdV y"
N*b'«*l»»n«l.«ck.
sev e ral o th e r gam es Sati
U te quarterback Adorn Helm duri
luring the fourth quarter In Uncoln.
oln. INeb.,
Mtllef this month.
I
Fitisburgli (5-5) at West Virginio
Vi
:h. Both
Nebraska and VlrglRla T«cl
Tech a re hoping to m eet Florida S
Stitate In the Sugor Bowl In ianuary.
isry.
.
(3-7), Syracuse (W ) a t Mia
liami (6 4). O k la h o m a S ta te (5;S-5) ac
at Arizona S tate
(
ce(5-5).
N otre
re IDome (543) tries to avoid icss
w
hen
it
visits
Poc-10
cha
chom
pion
Oklahoma (6-4), and Arizon
ona (6-5)
On th e W est: Coast,
O
m eanwhile,
f ir s t It
lo sin g se a so n s in c e 19863
Stanford (7-3).
’
fs’ Barmett revisi;its rivalrT Aggi;ies, Lornghornss rekindlie
:r rival]Iry afterrBonfiree tragedy
ly
C olo. (A P )
-•n seasons a s th e
N o rth w e ste rn ,
le v e r lost touch
ry lh a t g u a ra n l is a d r e n a l i n e
I w ould a lw ay s
3 rad o -N e h ra sk a
71611, a Colorado
;h t y e a rs before
estem . “It was a
ilorado. It wasn't
n e for Nebraska.
) a big gam e for
[ching th e g am e
B ro o m c o u c h ,
on th e sid e lin e
: No. 3 N ebraska
e as C o lo rad o 's
iffaloes (6-4, S-2
trying to en d a
B streak against
) - a s treak th at
;an tJie first sean e tt le ft fo r
osses have been
: r u c i a t in g f o r
ka has escaped
two, th re e a n d
H o
“T hICe last
i
couplc.of years have-’’ jyear, and th e Huskers comi
m bined
,
b e e n ggiu t-w re n c h in g g a m e s l"
ffo r fo u r in te rc e p tio n s in
s a id BBu
uffs d e f e n s iv e ta c k le
and 1996.
Ju stinI Bannan.
B
"Y ou're so close
Colorado is hoping to r c
and thej
liey usually come down to
ttlie trend, espedally after wotchw
o ne play
lay. It’s a hard pill to swaliing N eb rask a fum ble a sci
schoolCO LLEC E STSTATION, T ex a s
low."
record 10 tim es two week;
(A P )-A fte r a wet
iveek of mourning,
Anotht
ther victory over Colorado
aag a in s t K a n sas S ta te .
• J.Ilf
th e b ig g e s t fool
o o tb a ll g a m e in
would send
se
the C ornhuskers to
I
Huskers
lost only two of the
lefum
Texas
alm
ost
seen
;ems like an after-,
th e Big
! cham pionship gam e
ig 12
b and won 41-15,
bles
.
thought,
a g a ins ts t T e x as a n d s u s ta in
"They have shoun a tend
ndency
3^
h e 106th meeting
N e b raissk
k a 's b id fo r a fo u rth
k at least put it on tiie grou
to
xjund,
be tw ee n No. 7 T
T.exas (9-2) a n d
n ationall
al title in six years.
B
B am ctt said. “Now, we’ve gi
No, 24 Texas A&A
&M (7-3) and th e
The Huskers
Hi
have a d iance to
g some of those. Tliat cun n
get
Sam
ew
iU
goon.
o vertake
kc No. 2 Virginia Tech in
nn difference in tlie game. It
■'
'*”
5
A
iM
’s
cam
pus
us was ripped by
th e Bowl
)wl Cham pionship S e rie s
w
wilh
us. W hen we turn the
le ball
tr a g e d y N ov. 118 w h en th e
standings
ifis and securc a spot in the
o'
over,
we generally lose.” .
,
bu ild u p fo r th ee s ta te ’s biggest
S u g ar Bowl
Bo against top-ranked
Tlie Buffs wil] have their hi
hands
rivalry was ju stt getting
gi
started.
FloridaI State.
St
fl ll w ith a N e b rask a defc
fu
■ ''“ I
T w elve p e o p le - 11 A ggie stu“If you
ou can’t get ready to piay
ra
ranked
sccond nadonally inn toca
i
Jen,5
^
ce n t g ra d u a te riglu now,
ow, then you miglii as well
yyta rd s a llow ed (235 p e r ga
ia
m
e
)
k
ille
d
w
hei
hen th e 40-fooi
stay homt
)me,” said Nebraska wide
ar third in points allowed (i:
and
stack o f logs forr th
ti e traditional
re c eiv er
J att Davison, "This is
jr M
C o lo ra d o c o u n te rs w ith
I,
pre-game bonfire[! acollapsed.
u^jy you
<
IU come
to N ebraska. We
of
offense
averaging 417 yards
T he tra g e d y boi
born from a 90know ve
wehave a shot. We know ' dr
d riv e n by m o tiv a tio n to 1bb ^e a. .t
y e a r-o ld tra d itio
i s e n t sh ock
:ion
ive’re plaj
'laying two good team s in
N<
Nebraska
for die first time sl
w a v e s a c ro s s th
thie c a m p u s o f
a row. 'Ihe
h e first one is Colorado."
19 an d e a rn a lucrative since
1990
b
00"'*
.43.000 f o ra week.
<•
If today'
ay’s game is anything like
bc
berth.
.
„
Althougli
school
£
ol administracors
the last tht
three meetings, turnovers
“W e ha v e our own passio
>ion,
jjg f o rc e dd to c o n s id e r
will play
y aarole in the outcome.
Baarn ett said. “They have sc
B
som e
w h e th e r th e bonf
in firc tra d itio n
A fu m
b by B uffs q u a r te rTible
thi
things
that they are fighting8 lor.
should continue, th
the players said
back Mike
ikt M oschetti led to th e
Wi have some tilings that w«
We
th e r e wns n o que:
u e stio n to d ay ’s
g a m e -w
ir n in g f ie ld g o a l in
v in
fig
figliting
for. W c’ll see who’s®
gam e would b e play
layed.
N e b ra s kkaa ’s 16-14 v ic to ry la s t
tht best team ."
the
“They gave so m
t
much
effort and
th ey gave
ga th e ir lives to support
u s ,’’ sa
so id A&M q u a r te r b a c k
Randy
A
ly McCown.
Aggie
gic players didn’t practice for
two day:
lays after tlic acddcnt. Many
of them
em w ent to the site to help
rcscuc
w
e workers
d e a r the logs.
“W'ee talk
ti
quite frequently here
aboutt tiie
til bond lhat Aggies hove
for one
a
le another,
and sometimes it
bccomcs
n es kind of a company line
th a t /ou
you don’t put a lot of stock
in,” A&A
.&M coach R.C. Slocum saitl.
“It’s olways
alw
th e re, b u t in tim es
like tiiis
3
lis you
can really see it."
T h ei ggtrie f sp re a d beyond the
A&M cca
am p u s. T h e L o nghorns
canceled
led th c ir tra d itio n al “hex
roily” that
th: is supposed to bring
th e Agg
Vggies b a d lu c k . T ex a s
insteadd held
hi a unity rally on camp u s and
n d 40 b usloads of Aggies
m ade the
the 105-milc trip to attend,
Anyone
one who grew up in Texas
und ersea
's ta n d s how th e riv a lry
exists witiiin
witi
fomilies, said Texas
s tu d e nmt A
4 nron S chm idt. M any
fam ilies
i
ss have
g rad u ates of both
sdiools.
5.
liga earnss honors Big
I Ten:sends se^
5ven K
of eleven1 off to bcowls »
to r
versity of Idaho
H ailing
I
lg from
Tacom a, W ash.,
N ofoaiga h a s
th e bruisin
ising junior was born in
j-team Football
A m e ricaann S am oa, b u t l a te r
. Tho A»»oclatod
P week.
I this
m oved 10
to S; o u th ern C alifornia,
e d th e season
TlieNofoaii
jaigas (pronounced NofoHokies or Hu.s
8 of those for a
IN C -uh)I re
r«lo c a te d to w e ste rn
T h a t’s th eterback
<
sacks.
Washington
ton when he was 8.
• F lorida S la teh re
ise Big West
. OtJier Big
Big \Vest players honored
: answ ered a sIIitplayers, and
th is w eek
sk w ore T re v o r In sley ,
for the national
to m a k e th e
Nevada recc
eceivcr, and North Texas
the Sugar Bowl
I tioc n ’s t h r e e
p u n terjo )lui
lin Baker. Both ivere secE n te r in g )9th t
ond-team sci
selections.
• w eekend. No. 2 A
0) an d No. 3 Nt
I
' tJie top contendc
C h am pionship i
h av in g th e fina
Florida S late jamod
(I I by oaeh Division I-A toam
I ritsp articip alio n
m io
season lasc week.
oiiogo foott>ail bowi gamos,
lowl payouts
II th e Hokiu
B o sto n C o lle g c 2.0
4.0
H u sk c rs b e a t i
■ U
today, th e Semii
I
.flO
; kno«v w ho th e ir
3,6
■ N ebraska plays N
■ —
2.5
Big 12 title gnmei
—
2.5
W h a t if V irgi
N e b r a s k a botJ:
■ 1.4
T e n n essee, Flori
S tate are among i
could m ove into ti
••We’ve got to
w e've d one ull si
p a re d to p la y ih
life.” T ech defen;
M oore said. "We
and we’r e playing
al championsltip.
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1.0s
During his seven
h e a d c o a c h a t Ni
■ /•port
C ary B a rn e tt nev
w ith th e riv a lry
t e e d to g e t h is
pum ping.
"E v e ry y e a r I v
w atch th e C o lo ra
gam e," said Bam ct
a ssista n t fo r eight
going to Nonhw esn
'
The A sio clflted Prea«__________
The
____
—
M ich ig an lo st th e gam e b u t
^oi the boivl war «ith Michig
won
ligan
Sta
State.
t
T he lO th-ranked W olvcrin
in es
(9-2), d espite a 34-31 loss toI the
l
spa
Spartans ea rlier this season,, aare
hhea
e a d e d lo a $12 m illion Bo'
lowl
Cht
C
h o m p io n sh ip S e rie s gam
m e,
ec itl
ith e r th e O ran g e o r F ieBsta
s
bowls.
boM
N
No. 11 Michigan State (9-2) s<
settie
d
:led for th e S3,8 million Florit
rido
C"itrus
itr
Bowl on Jan. 1, where ti
the
jp a n an s will likely ploy the loa
oser
o f?)
)f th e SEC title game betwec
cen
Alai
Uobama and Florida. Tennessc
jsee
ilso is a possibility.
“Jso
Th
This week, five other Big Tc
Ic n
tean
cam s w ere invited lo th e pos
ostscas4
cason. giving th e 11 -team leagu
guc
even bowl teams.
seve:
The
Th rest of the Big Ten lineup;
ip;
• iNo. 4 Wisconsin (9-2), the Bi
Big
Ten
en cham pion, already is set: tto
play
lay S tanford in the Rose Bow
3wl
n Jo n 1. P ayout is 512 millioi
ion
erieam
• No. 19 Purdue (7-4) is headet
led
> th e O utback Bowl on Ja n . :1
;ainst a n SEC team . Payout: iiis
1.9 million.
• NNo. 15 Penn State (9-3) is off
ofl
to' tilt
tiic Alamo Bowl against a Bi{
Jig
12! team.
tei
Payout is Sl.2 million.
• No,
13
M
innesota
(8-3)
will
ill
N
play
(
ay Oregon in the Sun Bowl forr oo
payout.
S l million
mil
• llin o is (7-4) is in thtie
e
Bowl. $750,000 peerr
M icronpc.com
i^ '
team,
im, against an ACC team.
A
ls. T C U (6-4) a c c c p te d o
Also,
0
r th in th o M o b ile A labam10
o
wl to play No. 21 East Carolina
ia
I I I
■
i
■
(8-3). Tho payout is
is S
5750,00.
In th e O utbackc Bowl,
B
P u rdue
w ill p lay on New' Y ear’s day in
T a m p a w ith its thi
th ird s tra ig h t
p o s ts e a s o n ap p ea
c a:ro n c e . T h e
Boilermakers, led by
byqu a n erb a ck
Drew Brees, go agai
gainst a n SEC
toam to bo deterrain
nined afte r the
D ec 4.
league's titie gam e• Dt
In th r e e w ee k s, A lom oB ow l
in v ite e P e n n S tate
o te fe ll from
te n d e r to San
na tio n a l title contcr
A ntonio on Dec. 26
2 8 - t h o sam e
gome K ansas S tateJ fe
fell to after a
loss to Texas A&MI iirn the Big 12
title gome. It m arkss tl
the first time
in n in e y e a rs th a t c ooch J o c
P o te rn o an d h is N
it n y Lions
d itta
Jan. 1.
won’t bo playing onI Ja
O k la h o m a , T exras
a s A&M a n d
Texas a re possible opp
opponents.
In accepdng a berth
:r th in th e S u n
Bowl, th e G olden Goj
Gophers, with
th eir first eight-winisste o s o n in 3 2
yea rs, ore heo d ed to
bowl gam e in 13 years.
“Pve got to b e q uite
itc frank with
you, I don’t know anyt
nything obout
th e m ," G o p h e rs co ach G len
Mason soid of Oregon.
o n .‘T ve got a
(Jo M •^
lot o f catching u p to do
O regon (8-3) is pio;
iloying in its
f if th bow l in six yet
yeors. w hile
M innesota’s big win1 was
m a 24-23
upset of then-No. 2 P>e„„
er S tate on
Nov. 6 .
A t th e M icro n p c.c
c.c o m B o w l,
Illinois, in its first bo
years, will ploy c ith e r ^
G e o rg ia T e c h o n Di
30 1"
Miami,
Finally, TCU. led by 1
tin g ru n n in g b a c k Li
L a D a in ia n
Tomlinson, will heip ch
d tris tc n th e
M obile Aloboma Bowl.
“T h ey com e to g e th e r a t th e
Thanksgiving ta b le every
k'cry y e,ir
and argue and debate and bi^ng
tlic rivalry home. It's very
ery 'Tejcas
... I tliink this y ear there's
re's going
to b c a kind of a cloudd on tliat
rivalry," Sdunidt said.
“ It is a tra g e d y th aitt w e .a ll
sh a re ," said Longhorns
st
is sopKom o re
q u a r te r b a c k
W o jo r
M
Applewhite, who considered
:rcd signing with A&M out of liiglill school,
sci
"It was a terrible loss for them
an d us. We all h av e friem
ie n d s a t
A&M a n d a rc affe c te d[J by
b j th e
tragedy. We can play this
Iiis fgnme
for those who ivere lost just like
the Aggies ivill."
E m otions will run high
v
Bh wiien
an expcoed crowd of 86,000
1,000 . fhe
la r g e s t e v e r to se c a foot
fo o th ill
game in Texas, jam s intoI nor
normally boisterous Kyle F idd.
A g g ie s p la y e rs w ill wc;
w ear, a
memorial patch on their unift
inifotTns
a n d flogs will fly a t half-si
ilf-staff.
Two maroon-and-w hitc ribbons
ribt
will b e pain te d over thee T
Ttexas
A&M logos on the field.
nes o n Sa&jrday; u n to s s .o ttie n ^ ik
Wxim vrfir they play?
. ir: ■
v,
rf,
*■
/O l^ the Semlnolea are In Sugar■BbwiM
Sow *.;'
- ' •
2..wnteta
tnta Tm I ^ K K IM . Boston C o i i ^> ti
today/ShouWfi't be any more doubt,
oubtVi.
but appan
iparantjy thw a Is. •
3.N#h«*fc
i » k V 9 - V « Colorado today/Comhu
buskers might Jump I n .B ^ standlnga
d ln ^ .
cteforWorsB.
tbrbottefi
d ^4.
9 -2 /S E C title gafne Dec. 4/Galne
Inesville or not. Gators were simply
a.
Jiyoift
matched,
S.wisoow
»iisln/9-?/R08O Bowl Jan. l/BaUtfii
sera have plenty of Unw to salivate
iteov
'o ^
rd defense.
.
Stanford
d
6 -Tinniwi
tmm/B'TM. VandettlR/Volunteers
t eppear to have aiot In a BCS5bw
b^.
« still
7.WcW*ir
JgarVd-VRegular season mtr/Beal
a t Penn SL, WIS., OWo S t : lost to
,
to •-v-t
MIctilganS
an S t ........
Weird. . .
« • 8t«tii/10-l/R ogulflr season overy
e r^ o o tfo n ’t think'wiidcats had sonie,
sonii
frustration
Uon to release, do you?
S.Alaibtim
m V d-2/SE C title game Oeo. 4/Alez
lexander decMed to ignore the Ir^urleii
lurlefl.:;;
It dominate.
wmjusttto
10. !« »■•/$
•/9-2/a t Texas A&M today/Toush1 co
0 u ^e of weeks: Rivalry matchup
o*i
WO?);'
len CorhhHuskers.
■‘.V
•h afl/lO O /vs. Ohio today/Could b>ee one
.
U.Maranai
sllpvp against W, Michigan
in
ilngbowHess.
12. MIoMCa
HKm StM e/9-^/Regular season ove
iver/Spartans appear to be In line
• ftvf
ar'S Oey bowl.
r|la/7 < 3 /at Geoijla Tech/Caiter's; heroics
hi
erased last w eek's d e t ^
•toelppl S t/e-2/V 8 . Mississippi Thurj
1 4 .l« ssW
ursday/BulWogs are doing little to
B r1)^ason naysayers wrong,
» .P a n nt ««it*
i /9-3/R egulB r season over/Co
Collapse w astes incredibly talented.
a d '■/ ^ '
“ S U hem
« , M Ise/M /R egular season over/
er/Another'trJp to the liberty Bovd : ; '
gles Just rino.
gla Tech/ 7-3/vs. Geofglo/Hamillon
r
n certainly
doesn't havo much ofa
'a []
;*|
I cose now.
••ota/frS/Regulor soason ovcr/Spo
spoils or surprfslflg season figure to'.
t<>,\!I
include trip
Jlp tto AJomo Bowl.
season ovor/Breos5 hhoping lo play In primo bowl to sttyf
V i K . 'ie/7-l/Rcgular
K
ilsman buzz.
lsslppl/7-3/ot Mississippi St. Thursd.
5day/lf Rebels could suppon Oeue*
oy would bo scary.
“ X S
IAUV7-3/VS. Texos todoy/Bowaro
ro Longhorns: Aggies still unbootorJ
this season,
II (Flo.)/64/vs. Syracuso/’Canos dcloso
o to oil Ihe woy bock, but willI
lywith them?
•n Coll*ee/8-2/ot Vfrglnio Toch today
lay/Gunning for bost soason since •
i
IIn 1993.
•«»/7-3/ot LSU loday/Sinco Oio Mis
diss fiasco. Hogs are closing tho
rith 0 rush.
5c
wollnn/9-^ReBulor scoson ovcr/lnan
augural Mobllo Alabama Bowl M!l-'
IS
Btos.
~ f ~ ; c»OdR^
Fffdajf, November;
»f26.1M 9
TlmevNewt, Twin FbUl.ldjho
Ui . Ic
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0-5
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x D e tt r o i t w i d n s u g;ly, b eta t s B e : a r s o n I T u r k : e y D aa y
I PONTIAC, M id
idi.
i. (AI’) - Football in tlie blac
•lack nnd'
too m any e rro ■.s."
rs."
' b lu e divisio n is
is sseld o m p re tty , esp e c ia lly
ly w hen
Tlie Lions scorcd
red on their fourth snap of the
1C gam e
I^Dctroit nnd Clticag
cago hook up. T hat's c.spedall
ially true
as Frerotte hit Cro\
Irowell on a slant. Crowell, wh.
vho
:^tbis season, w henf(
:n few NFC team s stand out.
t^vo steps on come
rnerback Terry Cousin, casilj
ily won
§ m
> > , C u s F r e r o tteJ th
«h re w two to uchdow n pass
a sse s us
the foot nice to the
i zone for a 7-0 lead.
he
end
.jDctroit j u m ^ d to ia 21-0 lead, then held on foi
for a 21M inutes later,', with
w. Hill picking up 61 ynn
iirds o n
/ /
j^y. Tlianksgiving
D win over the Chicago
g Day
I
;o Bears,
five carrics. the: Lions
Lii
drove 73 yards in six< plnys.
j
^ v i n g the Lions5 aa half-game lead in tlio slug
ug-it-out
taking a 14-0 lead
oi Hill's toudidowTi sweep nr
d on
a ro u n d
}NFC C e n tr a l- a t Icj
least temporarily,
left end. Hill faked
<ed out safety Chri.'; Hud.son w
? : “There haven’tt been
b(
any blowouis in die NF(
^^FC tliis
c u tb iic k n tth c l4\ and
a n scored untouchcd.
Iscason, cxccpt maybi
lybu Washington'.-: big (48-22) win
ivii over
On the first sn
aj of Chicago’s next posses
n ap
.Cliicago,’’ Frerotte
ttc said. “This is a y ear w hen
>
:n every
Robert Porcher liit
hit Miller's
1
arm during his thro
.tea m u in it,and tJic(
lie games aro going to be dose."
J."
motion und th e ball
ball fluttered into the arm s of
■ lDctroit,(7-4) brok
roke a two-game losing streak
:a k that
backer Scott Kownll
vnlkowski who retunied it 29 yards.
y
4Rid d r o p p e d i t: in to a tie w ith T am p a Bay
lay und
Tlirec plays later,I Frerotte
Fn
tos.sed n TD pass to M
<
Morton
, '
:3tfinnesota,
boUi of
i Sunday in a bur
of which
play
junched
and tlic Lions led 21-0
2U with 1:37 left in d ie half.
;t-place Bears (5-7) started the
the day
Suddenly, tlic Bcai
Bears'
offense
cauglit
fire,
• 'ic - ; ^ y a game-and-a-h)
a-half behind.
Miller completed
ed Ifive smiigiit pas.ses in a S3-:
3-yard,
1 ^ '
'''
I
. \ ‘t 'F re ro tte , making
ing his third straiglit w hile Ch
C harlie
five-play scoring driv.
irivc, nan-owing die gap to 21-7
•7 "-ith
* ^ 6
> '■ I’B atdi’s strained riglit thum b heals, com pleted
: of
Jd 29
the -IT) toss Mayes.
]
t:s. Marcus
Robin.win had a 37-;
17-yurd
um V
e
•'^ ,§ '1 • ^2 passes for 309) ya
yards witliout an interccpdor
aon. He
catdi in die drive,, whidi
wh took just 1:15 to compler
HB
kt
• hoo k ed u p w ithI G«
G e rm an e Crow ell fo r a 45<5-yard
Chris Boniol's 26-y:
!6-yard field j;oal m ade it 21-10
0 w ith
7
• to u d 1do^vn and hlit
it Johnnie
J
Morton widi a 2-ya:
-ynrdcr.
7:29 left in tlie third
t
ird quarter.
• .Greg Hill rushedi fo
for 68 yards, in d u d in g a 29-yard
29Detroit had tho; Bears
Be backed u p to their o^sm
•JD romp for Detroit.
•oit.
the third quarter, bin
but wJien Dicanyi Utmczuokc IlumO
. . - . " r didn't play my
n y best gam e today, but wei never
n
bled a punt a t midfi
ildfield, K eith Bum s recovcrci at
; gave up and we w sre
e re able
,
to fight tlmiugh it,” Frei
•rerone
the Detroit 49 andI the
the Bears had ncw lifc.
( : « u d .‘‘’n ia t’show w.vo
evwin gomes - we grit ^ e m out,
Dut.”
“You just can’t do
do diat,”
t
Detroit coach Bobby/RFoss
, y {■ • Jim MUJer, a caree
ireer third-stringer who h ad pa;
passed
said. “Wc had the>lead,
le; and wc had good field r
Tjgji • fo r 779 y ards andd four
fc TDs in th e Bears’ prev
•evious
tion. and you hnve
; totobo careful in diat situation,
•n. Wc
- - jl—
- tw o gam es, ra lliecd
d C
' hicago b ack w ith h e lpp from
f:
didn’t piny that one
v< smart."
le very
I some Detroit mistake
akes. Ho wa.-! 25 of 37 for 2044 yards
yi
Five plays later, on
on di ie first snap of the fourdi qi
' j , ; Avitli one intcrceptior
tion in this gam e and h ad a 3-yard
3-j
ter. Miller hooked up
up with
i
Booker nnd it was 21-17.
'«! ; toudidowTi pass toJ A]
Alonzo Mayes and a 23-yarde
rd er to
But the Lions patd
atchwork defense - playing w
witli; M a n y Booker.
out injured comcrbni
rback Brynnt Westbrook nndd :sus• “ I rc u lly f e lt we'
w e 'd w in in th e s e c o n d ha
h a lf ,’’
pended safety Mark
< arrier - shut the Bears dow
Chlcafo Bears running
rk C
dr n
Ing back Qlyn Mllbum (24) Is stop
itoppcd by tho Detroit Lions' J.B.. E
; ^Bears’ coach D ick
Brown (31) and Cory Schleslnger
:k .J a u r o n sa id . “ We ju s t m
m;a d e
nger
the rest of the way.
(30) during th e second
ond quarter at the Silverdomo In
P
In Pontiac.
Mich., Thursday. Tho Uon#
U
won 21-17.
•
I
^ 'Ricky/ Watterss Still goinn g Strong^ Lancdr}ygoes hor
m e fo rT hlanksgivinj
,| as mnrming bad:k for th e Seahawfc
S
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DALLAS (AP) - Ff
Form er D allas
Cowboys coach Tom
)m Landry was
at home for TJinnksg
csgiving dinner
after his release four
lur days earlier
from a Dallas hospiti
pital w here ho
was undergoing trcati
zntmcnt for lus
leukemia.
Landry left Baylor
lor U niversity
Medical C enter onI Si
Sunday afte r
receiving chcmothera
erapy, said Jiis
wife, A licia. L andry
iry w as set to
rem ain u n d e r outpa
ip a tic n t care .
She said h er husband
md is awaiting
a foUow-up examinatii
ation to determ ine th e r e s ulits
lts o f th e
chemotherapy. '
“He doesn't h u rtt or
o anything.
He w alks in th e evet
vening," Mrs.
Landp* said. “ W hen
jn th e weather’s nicc, we walk out-t
ut-side.*'
AlUiougl:
ugh th e family was gathe rin g for
jr 1T hanksgiving dinner.
tlie guest
.st Ilist was short because
th e chem
e m o th c r o p y has su p pressed Lni
Lnndry’ immune system,
Icnving hin
him m ore vulnerable to
infection,
L nndry.
ry, 75, hns b e e n u n d e r
tre a tm emt
n t sin ce M.iy for a cu te
inyelogcnc
e n o u s le u k e m ia , also
know n as
a s .AM L, a c a n c e r th a t
im pairs the
th e production of blood
cells,
T ests slit
show ed in A ugust th a t
th e disensi
:ase h a d nt le a st b een
brouglit to
t] stage of tcmjwrary
10 die
rem ission
m Ib ut th a t m ore treatm ents were
-TO necessary.
E a r lie;rr th is m o n th , M rs.
Landry .said
aid h e r hu.sband had not
y entered o sta te of remissio
yet
Liindry, who led D.nllns to 1
S
Super
Bowl appearances und
ind
v
viaories,
w ^ too weak to ntteiici
te n d <m
C
October
banquet nt wliidi hhee i
fi rm er Cow boys q u a rtcL-rback
fo
rb ;
R
Roger
Staiibach wx>re honored \i
L
Lifetime
Adiievement nw;u-cL-;.
cL-;.
Landry ran tho Cowboys« for
fu r 29
yi
years,
beginning w ith th e inii
st
season
of th e franchise in1 19
H final season w as 1988. and h e
His
w as fire d a f t e r J e r r y J o nr e s
bc
bouglit the team in 1989.
H e is th e th ir d a m o n g N
N:FL
cc
coadies
with 270 c areer victorii
Tom L nndry J r . h a s said h e
re
rem ains “cautiously optim isti
hi
his father will e n te r into rem
sic
KIRKLAND. Wash,
s h .(A P ) -'n iis
was tho season Avhen I appeared
|H ||
tho Seattle Seahawks
.'ks w ere going
• '•
s ta r t e a s in g R ick y W a tte rs
•
..toward tlie door.
m i
'
’’ That never happenei
..
Instead, the "in-youi
’our-face” run■ |
•f
ning back - now in his ninth NFL
■ I
■r
seaso n - is play in g u
particularly in tho laast
s t:month.
'
W itli th re e 100-yar
y a rd ru s h in g
|^ 9 |||H H
g a m e s in th e p a s t; fo u r w eeks,
J,-,.;
W a tte r s is h o t a n :d
d sso a r e th o
la B B n K
f
||U
tt
.Seahawks. They’re run
running away
; A , ; :,w ith th e A FC W est.
a
Pp
; ,three-gamo lead, a fiveivo-game win:
; »)^g streak and an 8-2
1
V2 record
into
i J f e 'o 'g a m e S u n d a y aagi
g a in s t th e
T a m p a Bay B uccanet
n e o rs in th e
‘.Kingdome.
. “I think it s ta rts wit
w ith Ricky,”
T am p a Bay coach T
Toi
ony D ungy
H E M PST E A D , N.Y.
N.
(A P ) ^
said W ednesday. "The
rh ey
th e
ing a number of modical problei
iif ':
Keyshawn JohnsonI Ul
understands
NFI n o teb o o k
ball to him an a ^ u l lot.
MFL
Ssince the summer. At ono jxiint.
n t. ssh e
that the wrong mcssag
sage m ight b e ----------------, “Nine years is a great
reat run for a
|^ H H H
was undergoing dialysis treutmer
tm ents
i
M
-wnt
by
a
player’s
du-o
lu-oat-slashing
c
areers
that
h a t have brought them
at
i,
runnin g back," Scahav
haw ks coach
3t the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdal
sd a lo ,
Hb
gesture.
together,
'
/ M ik e H olm gren said
id . " H e ’s an
A\riz.
t She Iiad been on a venulnt.
H
e
also
th
in
k
s
it's
t 's a se rio u s
T he two
H
. 'amazing guy.”
0 Bruces
have becom e
aft.
ifter
collapsing
in
die
hospitoi
n
overreaction.
friend.s, even
ven though they play on
W atte rs bro k e K ans
a n sas C ity's
■
“If y ou dig d e e p ' in to it. you
o p p o s ite ssi.
id e s o f th e lin e o f
Ca
sp irit m th a 45-yard1 ru
r t n la te in
'a”r r u t h c h a r g e d In sh o o)tln
tln jg
probably could send
id ith e wrong
sc rim m ag ge ea n d a n A FC E n st
’ lost Sun d ay ’s g am e.:. H e sc o rcd
H H I H bI
AS
m e ssa g e to k id s .”
.” h e s a id
r iv a lr y th
thaat is re n e w e d on
>CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Nine da^
;,tlw ec plays later ^vjilj
h 2:
2:43 left to
M K B S C Sg
1
W
ednesday,
o
n
e
day
ifter
ay
a
f
te
r
th
e
Sunday
whei
fhen A rm strong's New
. liis pregnant girlfriend ivj
finish off tho Seahawks’
ks’3 M 9 v ic .
1
J
NFL
w
a
r
n
e
d
th
e
31
ritically wounded in a drive-b
31 te a m s it
E n g la n d PPai
tory.
a trio ts piny S m ith ’s
‘T*'
1 would fine and pcnali:
hooting, Carolina P anthers wid
alize players
Buffalo Bills,
Us, The loser m i ^ t bc
A t train in g c am p an.
an d d u rin g
for m aking the gesture.
cceiver Rae C arruth was arres
re.
out o f conteni
rresttention for the playoffs,
' ,fhe exhibition season.
n, I;
Holmgren
“But does scroaming
d T hu rsd ay a n d c h a rg e d wit
ng a t players
so for one day
dn’ the friendsliip will
, talked about giving second-year
soc
and
owners
send
die
WTor
iking part in d ie crime.
Tongmessagc
stay
on
the
sit
J
sidelines.
ru n n in g b a c k A h ml a n G r e e n ,
g a ^ a fflS c p
.il
to
kids?
If
you
get
into
d;
(^
rru
th
,
25,
die
P
andiers’
firs:
i
d
i
^
n
i
c
k
d
“T
h
is
g
uy
{uy ca n w re c k y o u r
from tlio high-powered
I
;d Nebraska
^
and dime things it can
Ju n d dra ft choicc in 1997, wa
program , m ore carries
ies this seaM
bccom e a n issu e, I[ prth e
b e in g h e ld a t th.
son. Holmgren talk edd about
al
tryW
guess. It becomes more
C h a r lo tte
[ .^
to get Green’s speed
ced into his ’ m s B I E B S
3S
of an issu e th o n ic
A p h e n o m e n a l foi
force
M ecklenburg jail oi
>; : U peup to give him m ore
rc cof on out^o u ld be. E v e ry b ^y
Tho
Buffalo
Bills’dofensJvo
ond
iQhsock
charges
of
conspini
oncJ
Bfuco
Smith
may
not
havo
a
hfsh
sidc th re a t th an th e 3300.ya.r.old
lotBl this 8oa»on, but ho sllll1is
in the media tvants to
is cono of Iho most domJnont dofonsi'
rt fe e li right a t horns playing In Seal
isivo
cy to com m it first
Seattla. W attera has had thraa
Watters.
pinyora In tho oomo. Hero's. o0 lc
run widi it.”
look 01 his sack total.
d eg re e
m u rd e r
hln{ gam ea (n th a l a it four weeka.
lO ly jid ni.hlnl
J.
But Green fum bled in Ihc preOne m edia o u tle t
'bmcord
a tte m p te d m urdei
19rd e r
se a so n a n d c o n tin u e s to h a v e
that ran away widi it, in
an d sh o o tin g inn nn
nr
b a ll- h a n d lin g p r o bblc
lcm s. In
Pm doing anytl
lything different than
in NFI
NFL histoiy to get 1.000 yards
14 13.5
14
“
Johnson's opinion, was
^
occupied v ehide.
m bb le d th e
th e beginning
K a n sa s C ity , h e fu m
lg( of the season. I ju st
for th
thire e team s: San Francisco,
the
Boston
radio
station
H
P
o
lic
e
sa
id
th
th e jy
th in k th e whc
o p ening kickoff an d bboo b b le d a
i-holc tea m ’s com ing
Philadi
la ddphia and Seatde.
diat
made
a
connecdon
■
g
g
believe
C
arruth
hat
to g e th e r mluch
uc b e tte r a n d th e
Neve
lever a blazer, W atters probawidi the move and O J.
■
'
h e lp p la n n in g and
running g a mno
e :is coming together
W ith 15 c a rric s in 10 gam es,
bly has
ha: lost a step from his Sann
Simpson. A station DJ
■ ■
executing tho shoot
lootG r e e n p r o b a b ly w o n 't g e t a s
because of that
hat."
Francij
ncisco days and is averaging aa
suggested Johnson’s
am.s,
m B
ingofChcricaAdum.s
many carrics as he h a dd as
os a rook“H e's n o t a a su rp rise to m e a t
carcer-:
eer-low 3.5 yards. But the five'03 '92 '91 'BO -eo '60 ’87 '00
'BE ‘as
cutting m otion had
who w as h it by four
all,’' D ungy sail
ie last season, 35,
said. "M ike obviously
timee Pro
P Bowler is still running^
somediing to do with
im na
-~ r? T y i bullets fire d from
S till, W aiters' d u rab
ibil
ility an d
knows how toto(get a lot ouc of his
h a r d ai n d s till ru n n in g o v e 8r
*
■
Simpson,
w
ho
was
passing
vehide
as
she
efficien c y h a s h a d mloor e to do ' running backs.'
Ics-”
dcfendi
sndcrs.
S l ?
acquitted in die murd ro v e th ro u g h n
ity t h a n
Said Holmgri
. w ith G r e e n ’s in a c tivv it
igren: “W hen he has
Thhis
is sea so n h e ’s m oved into0
de
r
trial
o
f
his
C h a rlo tte neighborborG reen’s fumbling, porti
cu
h e h a d S un d ay , h e
M th1 place
pl
dcularly
in
g a m e s lik e he
on th e I ^ L ’s all-time2
estranged w ife an d
hood on Nov. 16.
th e la s t fo u r w e e k s w
whh e n t h e
t’s healthy for everyrushinj
feels good. It’s
iin g list w ith 8.685 rushingS
her friend.
“T h e re ’s a t least
loped in to
body concemnod.
ei He an d I don’t
Seahaw ks h a v e developi
yards.
Is.
“I d id n 't h a v e a
'
o n e o t h e r ," C apt.
argue so m uch.'
one of th e league’s e lite! teams.
te
:h."
Watti
'a tte rs goes into th e Tam pa*
k
n
ife
in
m
y
h
a
n
d
s.
S
e a n M u lh o ll sa id
“I feel really good about
, S e a ttle ’s first-year
B ay gga
-out m yself
H olm gren, Si
a m e th ird am ong a ctiv c■
Slashing a th ro o t?"
w
h
e n a s k e d ab o u t
co a c h , a n d ge
as fa r as being in g re a t ssh ap e,”
g e n e r a l m a n a g e r,
rushers
iers behind Emmitt Smith of‘
Jo h n so n s a id W edad d itio n al suspects.
ik e Pm in
in h e r i t e d -Wa
W atters said. “I feel like
iV a tte rs -w h e n h e
D allos
los (13,441) an d T h u rm a n‘
nesday. “To soy it’s
' “But w e're not willeague and
orrived in Jonut
my third y ear in th e leag
nuary.
Thomas
mas ofB uffalo((ll,786).
like O.J. ond slashing ^
iI in g to s a y m uch
in .”
For b e tte r oro r worse, Holmgren
Tm doing it all over again.’
"It’s
r
t’s really,
really awesome to'
a throat Is re aching Soum.'CcnwM/torn/)/>MWrMOrt>
loeowro m o re t h a n th a t nt
bc here
es,
stuck withith W atters bccause
■Twice in th e la s t.fo u r gam
|
icre n ine yeors la te r ond to[
for something. What's
this point.”
d runs,
his
the Seahawks; gi
W atters has had 45-yard
n
gave him a 513 milfeel os
as good
(
as I f e d r i ^ t now,'’
Juicc
have
to
do
w
ith
oi
■hree
a
udioritics
w ho spoke to
I
a
n
ything
game.
You
can’
am ’t allow him to be
en 1h e w as
Uon contract,, in
Id'ngest since 1996, w hen
in d uding a S5 milh e said
aid. " I ju s t th in k I’m a lot
except he wns one of the
b
le best
runth e disruptive
1
ve forcc
th a t h e can
i " ?5 ^A ssodated Press on th e conUon signing bon
lonus, for four years
sm ancr
w ith th e P h ila d e lp h iaa E a g le s.
i c r now.”
ning backs in NFL historyr
on they n ot bc identified said
iry? Maybe
be.” soid A rmst
mstrong, w ho will tiy
and
as a free agent
ii' A g a in s t G re e n
B ay
nt iin M arch 1998. If
He's
s
!'s still
os cmodonol os ever,
th e re is o c o n n e c tio na i;in th e ir
ice b e lie v e os m an y a s four
to k eep Smith
a
}u r
h nwoy
from Patriots
Holmgren cut: W aners before this
7 ' C indnnati, he had 125-• and
ar 133thumpin
Iping his chest after success­
mind, but not in my mind.’'
ip le w e re in v o lv e d in th e
id.’'
q u a rte rb a c kc DDrew Bledsoe. “If
P®°P
:iveely . In
se a so n , it w ou
y a rd e f f o r ts , re s p e c tiv
o u ld h a v e b e e n a
ful runs
e s and doing a lot of talking
TTie NFL, in the w ake!of
nc.
of players
you d o n 't do
0 yyo u r jo b ogoinst
S3.75 m illio n 1h it a g a in s t th e
K a n sa s C ity, h e acco uinn t'te d f o r
o n th1C
e field.
f
H e got him self in
such as Johnson, R ickyy \W atters
a
r
r
u
th
w
as
ta
k
e
n
b
e
fo
re
a
som
ebody
like
ike th a t, everybody
ary cap.
trouble
Seahawks’ salary
174 total yards, running1 24 tim es
ille w ith league officials in
'
m a ggi'is tro te , w ho o r d e r e d him
and Brett Fovre m aking
lg tth e geswill know."
ards on 231 carries,
K ansas
sas C ity w h en ho m a d e a
With 812 yard
fo r 107 y a rd s a n d twro
o tto u c h ture. sen t o le tte r to the
d w’ ith o u t bond p e n d in g nn
the team s
Five times tho
the two Bruces havo
W atters is h eade
ided to his fifth conthroat-sl
dow ns and catching fo u r ]passes
it-slashing gesture a fte r his
stressing th a t th e throatF riday. Carruth was
at-cutting
been teammates
ates on tho AFC Pro
^ ' lignmcnt
8
secudve 1.000-yni
-yard nishing season
45-yard
r n.
for 67 yards a n d aT D .
rd ru
movc would draw hefty fines
fit
id for a standard-issue orange
and
Bowl squad, including
inc
Ige
four conIt’s nothing
noi
an d his sixth oovverall 1,000-yard
. “E very gam e I try to0 nru n fo r
m alidous, he’s ju.it
penalties. Favre was fined
led 52,500
.sccutive years
fr m 1934.97.
.(ro
™ psuit a nd held ovem ight in a
He’s the only player
getting
h adrenaline flowing.
not lik e
riishing year. He'
, ^ t , " W atters said. "It’ss n(
lg his
and th e P ack ers receivei
tilock on th e second floor of
ved a 15yard p e n a lty w h en he
local
jail.
l e d id it
iHness clalms
US Fassel’s mom
’’’wiii
against D etroit on Sunday.
h ile C a rr u th w ns b e in g
i„
PH OENIX - 1D orothy Fassel,
proces
Johnson m ade th e gesi
essed into th e penal system,
tf Ncw Y ork Giants
his tei
c clc b ra tio n o f a sc o rce aa t n e w
:eam m otes w ore finishing a
coadi
Jim
Fassol
ssol. has died after a
two-ho
England on Nov. 15.
A LA M ED A , C a lif. - A s
hour pracdce in preparation
pened. H e (saidd ho)
1 was very dis3n
R aiders
:rs <
exited th e field am id a
lengthy illness.
s. S
Sho ivas 76.
for Su
pro m ised , th e D e n v e r B roncos
n
Sunday n ig h i’s h o m e gam e
appointed. Apolog
ilogy accepted.’’
nonstop
op fc
barrage of snowballs,
in P h o e n ix on
agains
extended a formal apology
i th e
nst A tla n ta . Team sec u rity
gy to
R aid ers playei
yers, coaches and
Oaklor
T he tw o B r u c e s a r e bu
eland c o m erb ac k C harles
Duaaies
W ednesday nighi
ight,
Fasscl
said.
dlitxto
R aiders for th e ir fans* beh
;tor
G
ene
Brown
walked
onto
b ehavior
support staff wer
vcrc the targets of
Woodson
son responded by throiving
FOXBORO, Mass. - Whe
^ e n they
“My mom was
was a real fighter,"
•Caroli
ilin a ’s th rc c -fic ld trn in in g
during th e team s’ gam e Mc
M onday
snowballs thrown
wn from th e stands
a snow
iwbboll in to th e sta n d s,
sec each other a t the Pro
E
o Bowl
in
F a s s c l s a id in
in a s t a te m e n t
compic
ilex late in the practice nnd
night a t Mile High Stadium.
im.
b e f o r e , d u r in lg
g a n d a f t e r th e
Offensivi
sive rig h t ta ck le Lincoln
Howoii v irtu a lly e v e ryf w in te r,
released by the
i
he Giants
Thursday
told coach
co
“ C oach (M ike) S hla
a nn a h a n
George S eifert of the
game, won by thi
th e Broncos 27-21
Kennedy
sdy entered the stands and
B ruce S m ith
and
B ru c e
m o rn in g . "W
hi s h e p a s s e d
V hen
arrest,;
t , and the coach informed the
called,” Raiders coadi Jo n1 Gruden
Gr
in overtim e. The
*hc ugly b ehavior
confronte
mted a fan who liit Ium in
Armstrong can play golf,
)lf. sh are - awny, it w as peac
euceful.”
players
« a t the tfnd of th e workout.
sold. "H e apologized for vrfial
rfiat hapintensified after:r ttlio game as the
the face
w
:e ith a snowball.
family tim e a n d ta lk aboi
bout th e
Dorodiy Fossel
sel hod been suffer-- (Compiled from wire reports
1 ICeyshaawn blaststs reactioni to gesturere M
lilliJ11 l i i i i
Broncos a;
3>PY I
^
fSf showBall
ill debacle
M Tbne»««w». Twin
F#: Idaho
n Fallt,
Frlctay. NovMnbet 3 61,1999
,1<
SC IC _
Filer W
il
l^ildcats
watch;
Buhl Indians
O th e r s t o w a tc h :
F Sean V anE lderen (jr.,
C h ris F ly n n ( s r ., S- 1 ),
P o p p le w e ll ( j r ., 6-2),
W a lk e r (jr.. 6-1), F Jo5Sh
sh M iller
(jr.. 6-2), F T.J. Cline (jr.,
:jr., 6 -0 ). F
Seth M athew s (jr., 6-2).
O u tlo o k :
As w as th e case on the ,f . ..
a '” ' 3
fie ld th is fall, th e In dl iiat
s t a r t th e s e a s o n g r cc ee rn . B ut
VanElderen, Flynn. C line
1C aa n d th e
o th e r grid iro n faces dottii
Ittin g th e
------- Snmall-cx)lle^ge coacljp
ings succeesstoWSl
J )
from to d a y h o p in g
iF w n im a a iw a w
stn te title to tow n I
tim e sincc 1986.
Antral Idoho Confcrcncc
A t W c n d d l, mtceaa n w h ile , th e
>askott»ll coochcs vicro
Trojans sliould h ave
ve 1litUe tr<;ublc
to pfcdlct the firioi order of
im proving upon thei
I 'f i '- “ 8
n n lsl,t»
Of,ffiigfi school teams In thcir
o f la s t seaso n u n d e
>ncc. Tho results follow:
head coach AUen Kcl:
Kelsey.
l.n ier(212)
)
Four of five stane:
in ers are back,
2 .K/mbcfty
cfly(2 j
In Nelson King (a 6-1
6-1 post), Shey
a.wendoll
loH(l)
Pope (6-3 postAving),:
g), Ziick Hill (54 euhi
10 guard) and th e! on
only junior of
5 . wood Ri;
I River
th e se n io r-d o m innaaite d g ro u p ,
g. Goodinc
'"6
B rett Lancaster (5-10
-10 guard). The
o th e r th re e o f Goodii
oding’s return‘ Rrst pincc
ICC votes In parcntnesos.
in s starters a re senior
liors.
K im b e rly e m b aark
rk s u p o n its
„ ,,
te r should re p licate for
R oger
^u h l roster
sixth season u n d e r coach
ci
IdoRs will luivc
J^'nRcr onn tthe hardconri the seaKeller, but the BuUdo)
son-lonR? ;im p ro v e m e n t th e y
t h e ir w ork c u t o uJtt fo
f r th em if
fo o tb a ll c o a c h G a ry
m 10
s l 'i ” * e d fo
th e y hope to re tu rn
t llie s ia ie
tournam ent. A fte r goii
going 22-3 last
‘ m tlie field.
ly to
Tliougli 1n not especially tall, the
ye a r and falling only
ti A merican
.•on't be h urting for physIndians won
F a lls in th e s t a l ee ssie m if in a ls .
■ers who can mix it u p
K im b e rly ’s 1998-99
99 c a m p a ig n
Ith the basket.
m in g staners.
>mdcnieath
bcRins with no retximii
What th e Bulldogs
"i la
lack in expe_
rience, though, theyy should
sl
comO p e n e r: w
W ednesday, at
p e n sa te for w ith tenr
en acity. Billy
Aberdeen,
I.
Hum phries and Robbii
bbic Q iin m il
t r a d e t h e i r fo o tb a ll
sneak ers this w interr to form what
c o u ld b e o n e o f tl
Sruce Lenlngton, 3rd
V a lle y ’s b e t t e r b
season
tandem s.
Filer’s Bruce Lening
ington. in his
A s s l s t a nits
t s : Ed Richards, Gary
th ird y e a r a s b oys’^he
h e a d coach.
Moon, JimiM
McLauglilin
will lead a group o f WU
'
on b ettering thcir 15-9
S fl i S S
1 9 9 8 - 9 9 ,r6e c o r d : is-9
last year. Having three
g is t a r t e r s : g Brad
re e retuminR
Returning
senior s ta n e rs on board
« ’‘>ll‘c r ( s r ■..S-ll),FJos!i
..S
B ra d W a lk e r, fo rw :
:sr..5 -ll),P B cn A llen
P rig m o re a n d p o stmBe< n A lie n ,
.'’" “S f " '
should p u t the Wildcats
a ls o n o p p o s :
^'■■■15-').
in s rad ar early.
R o u n d in g o u t thlie
e g ro u p is O th e r s t o IV,
Wood R iver, which finished
fini
C hadw ick (sr.. S-8 ), F
816
c Zach Cli
la s t y e a r but is anothi
< obayashi (sr., 5-11),
a th e r b e t to
B randon Kol
im p ro v e in 1999-00.
0. iA t n o o f F C hase McL
[cLauchlin (jr., 6-4), P
W olverin es a r e backk ffrom th at
C ra ig C au se
Jse
( jr .. 6-3). G T im
sq u a d , in g u a rd s Ja m
mees C ordes
C h a n d le r (s(s r., 5-11), G J e s u s
a n d S k y W olfe a nid
ti fo rw a rd
J u a re z (sr.)..), C T ra v is H ofland
Charlie Askew.
itin Ross (jr.).
,
.
,
(jr.), P Dustin
Both Cordes and A.ske
skew played
on Wood R iver’s sta te c
soccer team th a t defeat
L f o r s
0 “,«<">!<=
losing two of tlieir top
F alls in th e o v e rtimle
e fin
f a l la st
, D espitejosi
n^ scorers to graduam o n th , w h ile W olfeI wi
w as a k ey
‘I'rce fcodmg
co m p o n e n t o f th e Woo
V ildcats r e tu r n fiv e
Vood R iv e r
Wil
th e x te n siv e v a rsity
football team ’s first wini
vinning seap la y e rs w ith
t\vo all<onson since 1989, earn in
g seconding
expenence. including
mi
lections in P ricm o re
team All-Times News honors
hot
as a
(10.8 ppg. 8.1
(S.8 rpg) andd Allen
J
Q ass A-2 wide receiver.
coupled
w
ith an athH ere is a look a t cac
sach S outh
TJmt. coi
o r tin g c a s t, sh o u ld
C entral Idaho Conferencc
n c c ,e o n ,:
a f one of the top team s
in lh c SCIC this
llli season.
, .
lin g to n s a y s :
C o a c h : Ed Pinger, 3rd
d «
se a so n
C o a c h Lenin]
m tivc guys ivho saw
A s s i s t a n t s ; Kevin Calo
a io , R o g e r
„
lu te s in th e d istric t
Shield
tournam ent. I11believe lhat experi1 9 9 8 - 9 9 r e c o r d : 17-11
^ ll
en c e is somleetth in g y ou c a n n o t
R e tu r n in g s t a r t e r s :: n<
None.
"
lesday, vs. Valley.
O p e n e r: lues^
GoodingsSenators
1st season
C o a c h ; J o c Mcssick,
M,
.
_
,
A s s i s t a n t s :. C
c hns Comstock.
J eff LaCroix
1 9 9 8 - 9 9 reic
c oo rd : m s
R e tu r n in g s t a
C C o , ^ R o d rigguez
o , (sr., 6 0 )
atch;
.
O th e r s t o W at
P C h ris W/aatts o n (sr.. 6 -3 ). P
^Jo h n W a n a m a k e r (s r.. G-2
i-3), G
Kirk Calzacorta (sr.. SO). G I
Byrne (jr.. 5-11). P J a re d Wi
YiiS“
(jr.. 6-1), G Josh G oddard (jr.,
(i 510).
'
Ol
O u tlo o k :
W ith o n ly o n e r e t u irn
r i in g
s ta rte r. G ooding w ill n e e d produ
d uctive m inutes from, somle
e less
e x p e r ie n c e d p la y e r s if^ ^
Sci
S enators a re to com pete this
sor
±
son. W hile ilie S enators lack veteran varsity players, though,I, tthey
aare
” n ’t com pletely w ithout exp
jDoerencc. No fewer tlian seven up
odm e
classm
cia
en higlilight th e Good
“‘‘*'’2
roster.
ros
jj t
So
S far, rookie he ad coach
j
M
Me
cssick - son o f lo n g tim e a; n ^
.successful
sue
Shoshone coach Lja n y
Mcssick
Me
- has lik e d h is teai
wot e thic and positive appro,
work
^ch
to
tlie game.
toti
S
Coi
C
o a c h M e s s lc k s a y s ;
““I] th in k th e s tre n g th o f■th
t: is
yea te am is th e positive a
year’s
tud(
ludc that these kids bring to0 1
iym. I also tliink team chem is
in d s e n io r le a d e r s h ip w illII u
issets.”
S
) p e n e r : D ec.3.vs.Shoshone.
(imberly Bulldogs
Roger KcUer. 6 th seas<
ason
C Soach:
oa
AissI
s s l s t a n t s : Bnan Willford,
Klirby
irb Bright
1 9 9 8 - 9 9 r e c o r d : 22-3
Rett
e tu r n in g s t a r t e r s : None.
t h e r s t o w a tc h :
OthC
c GI Billy Hum phries (sr.. (>-0), i
T rav
ra v is L a m m e rs (s r.. 6-0), i
Robb
□bbie Cain (jr.,5-11), P J J . Plei
d r r.. g6-1), P Cody Askew Qr., 6-3
pM att Kopydlowski (sr., 6-2),t3).
(
J °
M aatt
tt B ulcher (so., 6-3), P K ac
Krieg
sr..
ic g e r (jr., 6-1), P M att Lee (sr
6 -8 ).
A s s i s t a n t s : Luke
u b Kdse>-.
ul M organ
1 9 9 8 - 9 9 r e c o,rd
r d :4 .i8
«
•
l ^ n 1
L 'A I J
R e tu r n in g s t a r t i
P Nelson K ing
Ifi ((sr., 6-1 ), FAV
Shey Pope (a - , 6-3
6-3). G Zack HID
(sr, 5-10), G Bren
m Lancas:er (jr.,
5-10).
SPOKA
iK.\XE, Wash. (AP» - Jen n y
lekwas.
R tdc Dtdcsoa selected Przeki
P n e kwas
w h a s le d S a s t F rancts
program
CoUege
» - a L o reita. P a , school
is wnfhing new to Pnelcwas.
as.
w ith a iBT^haesa
im
c f 1,233 - to tb e
W*hea sh e took o v e r a t S
Saintpast four
mr SC A A tr a s x s 'i b s k e tF ra n cis in 1992. th e R ed
•d F lash
baQ toom,
BnHiiifiiisg x ifa g -c x s e c^
h a d n o t h a d a w in n in g; se.
seaso n ;
O th e r s t o w a t c h :
ta iv eN;oR
a R beaa Ccga esen c e tiries.
since 196a The first NCAA
AA tour-.
sbe * i3 tzy to repear tkar
n a is e n t a p p e a r a n c e cam
;am e in .
**
D e Jo>nfi
n s (s r .. 6-6), P
cs i s h e r s« c o a d c a r e e r
Prrefcwas* fifth season a t S
Saint
RosebouTRi
xRh ( j r . 6-3). G
ng
job
th
is
v
x
x
c
a
th
e
F
ra
n
cis,
w
h
e
re
s
h
e
c
om
ippii
ile d Q'
D u ^ Sears U r .SS.« ).P A V M an y
o
d
e
o
f
th
e
c
o
c
a
r
r
r
a
t
a
U3-99
record.
Solom on ( jr ., 6-4
6-^ ). W C o rev
■10
Ccnfej
ea
ae
x
b
o
c
i
widi
rork the
S he beUeves she can work
Chandler (so., 5-10)
10). PAV Thomas
;
m.igit- in Pullman.
W alsh (s r .. 6-2)
•2). P S te v e n
^SDaiaCi.
in r a s ( p r o s o n s c e d p u r“I said w hen I took thee jo b inPomrenke ( s r, 6 1-1)),,P M are Irace
w a s) is ta k in g o v e r a
i p ril th e r e w as a trem le
A
enncd o u s'
V ja n d c H ^ U , ,
( ff-.M ),P A d a n ,V
iptea S cate
:a m o u n t
of
p o te n tia
iail
at
prodoced
ed <
ce lv f o ts -K is s is s sea' a sh in g to n
W
S ta te ,"
s*a id .
sens a n dd m
a ade j s s .V C \A » = a > I
a re 0-1.
Pczekwas,
whose C ougars; are
Outlook:
m e a t app.
ip p e a ra s c e s i a 17 v e a rs
a f t e r a seaso n -o p e n in g loss
los a t
Injui>'-pbgued for
f a most o f last
u n d e r HHarold
ai
R hodes. * b o v a s
I tah b s t Saturday. “D mring
U
ing th e
season, th e Trojan;
an s e m b a rk o n
fired a fte
te r i a s seasca's 11-16 pers
spring
I fe lt th a t potential
ll w
while
th e ir 1999 cam paif
aign h o p in g to
fo m a ao e .
w orking wid» th e players."
in th e proems,
Pxzdncx*
- and,1, ii
was. 3 x s ctae h a ^ o f tb e
W 'ashington S ta te w illll b<
b c inrealize their full pon
M tential C oadi
nevriv r periia
ra fa e d hasiM hail proEBotilder. C o la - n o t far hrom
•om her;
Allen Kelsej- feelss that
tJ
potenrial
gram a t: W
\ r a sh sg n a S ta»- Paul
bhometow n of L ittleton - for th e .
could include postsc;
season play.
G ra h a mQ,, a> f o r m e r O k l a h o s a
ntwoKfciy Goers Classic toumam
nam ent
R e tu rn in g tw oI e:
cjq » n
rr,
{J
e x c e lle n t b ig
S ta tt »co<j
today a n d Saturday. T he Couj
lougars ’
m en in King and Po
Pope, W entJdl
over xbe■sa
stea'i sgcad a
o p e n p la y a g a in s t W eesti
s te m looks to be stnm g: inside
in
OQ boch w e ^ b eefere
t a Atbieocs Director
Jd
e n d s o f th e flo o r. 1T h e b ig g e st
____ __
focus in th e e a rlyy going,
g
n o te d 1
Kelsey, has b een geett
ttin g th e te a m
to yroiit together and
m d fu n o ia o a s
-L X X J
a unit.
Coach Kelsey say;
“ W e h a v e good s
should b e a stro nlg
g re
i b o im d in g
team . A fter a season
on o f injuries,
we’re all back and hes
healthj-."
Opener: Friday, D ec
.. .
.
iJ Wood River W
o
Vohennes
Outlo
itlo o k :
_
Graduation robbed Kimberly o ,
ven of last y ear’s top players
seven
the Bulldogs have p len ty ^o:
butt th
ent waiting in tlie wing.*v
talent
Led
Led by th e b ackcourt p lay ol
Hump
riy
im phries and Cain, K im berlj
sh oould
u l c o u p ic a so lid o u tsiddee
Tiee 'w th a decent inside attack,
gam
A ithoi
though n o t te rrib ly ta ll, the
he
Udogs' post players have shown
Bulldo
)d athleticism
thus far, K eller
8 «>d
0
!cr
d. T
Tlie coadi added tliat since
«»id.
ce
many players will bc stepping
niar
ng
in to0 ne
n w r o le s th is s e a s o n , it
*•
might
;ht take some tim e before the
tie
m finds its rhythm.
a c h K e lle r s a y s :
[ feel our guard ^ y will be pretn,
;ood tliis year. We liave decent
*y goot^
depth
th hboth inside and oul Our ladc
ic
of expt
ixperience is a concern, b ut 1
think
k th
these kids will cnmpete hard
^
get
b
etter
each
game.”
antJget
O p eJn
n eer: D ec 3. %-s. American Fails
Is
mdell Trojans
Went
Coach: Je ff U is o nn,,!1st season
Assistants: R oger q
LDELPHIA (AF) ~ They
a D s a r tb oo v ^caSDOSDKSd>QO
o o c r p e iio
mx e in ^ cf jpcrts Bae
dd iin aag F w e .
m e m b er the crowded.
a
s n «bile zbe coU «iad
I outside. C heers aod
t n m t s f o rr ttbe
! secood ^ a e of a
jaderyg J d b e g a a b o ia
luuu^dK& SL
Aksaa. ti 3 ^)t&i= 5 Q x
swtaay Pale:
'Tiwasai
:aw»dafD]d»«thK
L a n eK irld an d .S twvFridiey
eI
1 9 9 8 - 9 9 r e c o r d : g8-:.1 6
Returning starters;
rs:
G Ja m e s C o rd e si (s
(sr., 5-9). G
Sky W olfe (jr., 5-9),
J). F C h a rlie
A skc»(sr,G -l).
Others to watcti:
P R yan S k in n e r (s r ., S.3), F
ZackHa>-s(sr.,6-l).
Outlook:
Rookie h ead
J. ffL arso n
(iJe
ta k e s th e helm a t Wc
W ood R iv e r
a f te r th e W o lv erinieess fin is h e d
w th an 8-16 record last
tst season.
With three retu rm ng
n g sta rte rsin
Cordes, Wolfe an d A sk
R iv e r sh o u ld h a v e ai
cnced backcoun. Ju st b
will ta k e for th e Wolv
a d ap t to Larson's new
howe\-er. rem ains to btw
e:seen.
C o a c h L a rs o n s a y sS::
“\Ve have a group of gu>-s who
are willing to ^-ork h atnL
n i O ur suecess on th e c o u n wiUldde p e n d .x n
lU e to idenpart, on hoH- we a re aU<
tify roles and play as alim
ta it."
liUy’s g Five
maakes a co3mebacl^
k
P fa ila d e l}
|d^u a h ad ," said John
NewJersevXec^^aow
K ash.tbeN
e'
a l m a n a gSe r;
’aad fo raer ^ Fire
e x e c u tiw} directuc.
di
“I thiak tbe
^ o M m ss gpeopfe expeoag it to
ittd.lx'BneTCrbedEipS-
cated."
It’s^ronh;
lb a tiT. ibocsh. After
are 6# soaviag tnoo trailadd;tia's fite coOege
bad aab allI rirals
rh
are necassss to
tb e fcxmat: tfaai
tfai IxJped t b s
o n e o f ib e: spotx'i
s?
stoned txadi,
_ L » S a llee,, P
F eaa, St. Joseph's.
d \\'inaao«a reoeK’tbeir
neeyseriestfcssteir.
tb e ISSQs aad 1960s,
S gFirepi^TC dsK naf
compeotxre, rr o rtn g
imerica. afl tbe SBses
layed m tbe Ftfesaca. a
Eslxxban arena OQ tfae
Ss
b ld ie a d e x ss tl
that were tb e ballm ati; o f ^ e series
sa
are a thzos oC
tbepasL
s sane i f tfae B is F ir e
ever apjxi
pproach tbose gioriocs
d a y s a g a in box
.ta e r o ^ m e nn u l ie d
igree tfaat i t's a n ic e
se e m s to agrc
“I t o k i tit’s
’s gOBBg to be fiae if
r made tbe adjugment
ne CQce were to wistt
O p e n e r: Thursday. \-s. (
C h a n e y said
sai .
“I t’s still going.
goi
to r e s t in
tl e ;n th
h e a rts o f’ soe
sonic
people that
tat iit’s
me.
not tb e same.
" Y o u cou
c o u ld ’
s e n d a ll K
fiivp,
Tfa ms o u t th
theere;
a n d w e cou!
c o u ld ,
do a tap daiic
ianc^;
flu te ,® flu*
M aO m m
blow th e bugl
bugle,w hat-'
play taps, wha
e:rne r . a n d y o u 're going to ha^
havef
soo
o m e people say. T h is a in *t
't th e
sm
am e Big F ir e ." h c said.
I 1 9 ^ a fter 36 years of trad
In
traditne
n o . tb e scfaool presidents vote
w jted.
tos
fo
9 scale down th e round-cobtn
n for-'
bbi
las to two games a y ear for eac
e ^
sda
dnoL G am et w ere m oved omutt cof
the
tie P a le stra to hom e c ourts,
ts . IIt
was
la si't tb e same.
T
T h e p re ssu re s o f m odem1 col
coW
play,
s e basfcetban - conference plaj
tele
ilemuKX moaey
f i n a nces
c e -'
wet
e r e b la m e d fo r th e b re a k u p .
Mai
Eany also still blam e Villanov;
nova .
and
ad th e ir f o rm e r c oac h , RolUi
olU e.
Mas
Lwo'ntinii. who was un d er pres
sue
Be to piay a n tporeased Big Easi
sch*
h e d u le a n d g ive th e Wildcat;
Ic a ts.
nati
itio o al ex p o su re a n d th e best
best
dne
onao n ce to m ake tb e NCAA touma
"I
peon re a ^ r think tfaat in some peo
pfe'^ minds, it m ade m ote sense
seta
to
ay te a m s th e y th o u g h t they
ooul
u ld g e t a w in ag ain st th a n ttoo ’
ptn-tr a t o u ^ opponent - La SaOe.
aOe.^
S t. .JJ o e 's o r e r e n a Peim - w
who
ho'
v o rr
ry possibly could be at them.'*
s. , '
d Xash. who w em to S t Joe’s,
wi
n h a t h as basketball been miss^
iis»-'
ings
; stoce tb e breakup of th e Big
Fite;
ced
« ? Only those who experienced
ita*tiirs peak know fbr sure.
rx
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w 9^
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TIm»4(#w». Twin Palli, Idaho
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__________S
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Ganyor
)n________
Q u an erb ack injg
g th
t e Pilots, T ucker noted,
was a good way for
] suc foot senior guard 1,
'or his
who has also played
yed roundball in Europe - to
°
stay in shape for basKetball.
bas
:?“T h ere a rc fooiba
>tball players who play basketball. b u t C rane’s
le’s a basketball player who^
played football," Tucker
Tu
said. “He and Oniz
a rc our foundation.
n. 1They’ll be huge for as."
.H o rn e ts co a c h1 L'
Loyd G ary is le a r n in g a;
thing o r two about
I
u t huge
this season. A y ear*
a f te r fie ld in g a sq
sq u a d w ith no r e tu r n in g
sto n e rs from th e scl
school's 1998 state<liam pi.
on fivcsome, G aryy ci
enters 1999.00 having lost
three seniors a n d 40
40 p erccnt of its offense to
'
graduation.
•But h e counterss lhat
if
inexperience w ith a
p a ir of 6 ^ giants in
m senior post John Smitli
and ju n io r c cn tcr Dillon
Dii
airiste n se n . No onc
on the H ornets’ siari
tarting five is sho rter than
six feet tall.
-“Dillon has th e softest
sof
hands for an in.sidc
guy I’ve e v e r seen,”
n ,” G ary said. “And Jo h n
should bc a big asset
■SCI for U.S. He cam e off the
bcnch last season, an<
and has grown an in d i and
a half since last year."
ar."
••Gary calls 5-2 senic
inior J e ff Stoker "a p retty
good shooter from th<
the outside," while Junior
Kyler H ew ard, movin
iving over this season from
th e two to th e one-spoi
spot, can handle the ball,
O f th e th ree schools
jols, however, Valley could
wind up providing; the
th m ost flash and dash,
The Vikings will ruin
n sa four-guard set to capitallze on th eir quickne
kness, and opposing coachcs know th e b le n d o f sp eed a n d seasoned
leadership - all fivee ssita n e rs from last y ear’s
19-5 season a re back
k - will be lough to beat.
■^All o f th e m a r■e
e q<u ic k e r th a n q u ic k ,"
Tucker said.
T u c k e r ’s P ilo tss Ila u n c h t h e C a n y o n
Confcrcnce season Monday
Moi
nigln \« th a road
trip to Rimrock. Valley
Jey plays Tuesday at Filer,
artd D edo travels to Wt
Wendell next Friday.
H ere’s a look a t ead
e adi of the region’s three
G ass A-3 teams:
D e c l o H o m e ts
H n n T 3 iri7 i9 fiF rT V T
A s s i s t a n t s : Denny/ Smyers,
Sn
Val Cluistensen
1^98 record: 20.7
Returning starters:
■5=
-m
niexTmthful Pilois en te r ih t 11
1999 ^■llllJun[^T^
w th a trio of soj^uHnares in thtar
uar sianm g imrup dl(3
(D aninpion. Colc and
ack). Bu: while
T u cclk e r’s te a m la c k s b o ih ex
'xp e ric n ce anti
heigl
ight, th e coach a i d impm\^cd leam dten)'
istr>r>- m ay h e lp it th ro u p h wha
h a i could hi- o
rougl beginning,
In
n iposi p b x w Ordz and Hall.
11 iCUgnns f (snsp o»ns
n a b ru isin g one-tw o pum
u n d l. The dun
formi
m ed perhaps th e hea Mapic
llic Vallr>' liniJang corps this season on theefsidm
p
K.
l.V fllley(2 )
2 . Declo (1)
3. Glonns Feny
•R fst ploco voles In wrcnthesis
wsis,
3), G Tyler Hew-ard (sr., M-()).FJacob>
),
-Foxar.
&-2), P Dillon ChristensenIUr.,
(jr. 6^ ). F Caleb
M eyer (jr., G-2).
Coac
ach Tucker says:
Outlook;
“W.
We’re rebuilding a bit. Bmt b;
b>- th e end iif
ihej-e
j-ear, w ell b e a prein- solid ddub."
u
Sporting one of the a re
a ’ biggest team s,
rea’s
D edo will look to improve
•e oon last ytsar’s 20-7
finish. Coupling a pair off W
6-8 post players in
Smitli and O iristensen with
th aa quick backcoun
led by Heward, the Hornets
ts hhave the abilily to
score inside and out this seas
«ason. Team leadership and overall team q uuickncss,
id
how ever.
remain early-season concerns
m sfo rG o iy .
Open
Snen
Coac
ic h : Roger Caresia. 7th sea.ton
,
,
ASSlS
istants: Bill M itd te ll KickiPeunpsPt
1998
)8 recant 13-5
um b^starteis:
Coach Gary says:
Rcrf) Black (jr^ 6 2 ). G Davidi T
Thihauh is.
^
). G D a llin M oon (s r ..
G Ciidy
„
ti
« c rrewrnann (sr> S-lOj. P Jerem yvHuUondis;.
b-2).
Opener: D ec 3 . at Wcndell.i.
G l e n n s F e r r y P i l o tC
s
*
Coach:
John Tuckcr. 3rd scas<
'
eason
^
Assistants: Jctf McHonc, Rick
nit Hance
1998 record: 4-is
I
Returning
starters;
(
others
to watch:
G Cole Darrington (so.. S-IO;
y O .P K o ro y H a li
(so.. SO). F Mark Blade (so.. 6-2),
6-2 G Andy
, (:
G Kyler H eward (jr..
(
ir., 6.0).
F Jeff Stoker (sr.,
I ansen (sr., 5-11), G Ryan Simc
H
6-2).
P Troy Douglas (so., 6-2), G SI
P/F
S
Swenson
(sr.. 5-10), F Chance
» G ennetie (jr..
S
S-10),
G D usty Titus (jr^ 5-6),
Others to watch:
),FF Ja re d Black
(jr., 6-2), P Willic Riggs (jr., 5-1
5-1),? R usty
•■PJohn Smi til (sr., M
) Jesse Meyer (sr., 6l>8),F
S
Shaw (jr., 6-3).
ook:
Outloo
(
I a n d h e d id it
for
m e."
Creminscontinued, the apprce la tio n in h is
But h c saw wt v o ice
risin g
and h e wanted w ith
e v e ry
Hmmm.scefT w o rd . “ W hen
FJasliback to M ark r e tir e d ,
was n hotsliot
0 p h c w a n te d to
E n id . O k la .. b s p e n d
tim e
sdiools from an w ith his family.
He kept getti
w c w ere in trouble
obscure young
ed to help."
T e c h , a g u y^ems
I familiar.
to 1982, when Price
It p rep p ro sp e a from
. b e in g c o u rte d by
around d ie countiy.
etting calls from this
ng coach a t Gtrargia
y by th e n a m e of
miKS]
p /le .
&:
NuijRmON
TFAMU
a irmhousc
i
IT strengths a re quickntrss.. v.
expcriensc
epth. But lack of size is on an
are a of cnrv^
Opener
er: Tuesday, at Filer.
Cremi:
im ins, m a k in g all th e s e big
ig
p rom
imi ises a b o u t b u ild in g th e
Ilow J a c k e ts in to a cham piihip team.
If course. T ech had ju st gone
e
16 in Crcmins’ C m season, fin-v.
u.
ng last in th e A tlantic Coasta
iference. W hen Price visiiedd
A tlanta campus, m ainly as a
nesy, h e found a dingy, 7,000->■
Yellow
arena and prisonlike dormi-ionship
Of 2S.
a
10-16ii
Ut so m e th in g c lic k e d . H cr
d th
ishing
i e id e a o f s ta n in g as. a1
hm an. H e liked th e id ea off
Confer^
ding a program from scratch,
the All
t of all, h c liked Crcmins.
counes
U my friends thought I wasi
scat Lan
y ," P ric e re c a lle d . “ But I[
tones,
B utn-ed
? in Bobby. 1 bclie\-ed if
lik e dcotlu ld p u ll, m e o u t of
freshmj
ihom a, h e c o u ld g e t o th e r
building
Most of
“All r
crazy,"
bclic\'c<
he coi
Oklahoi
pLn-erstocxsBCTDTedi.
ishistoA-."
By P r ic e 's th ir d sea
Vellow J a d c c ts
ci
oftheA C C .reachinR ih£
th e E ast Regional befo
to
P a tr ic k
E w inj
in s
G e n ^ o im .
. n.
T h a t w a s th e bc p in
i.
:hn«
liJ,htiidiiu Riumumenr,
itauJinUtcSfaaixaj
m at Hue every sweec
juwMic-gBsnri
li
rx Ihwkuc
eniirgizeti.
ThecrwfliciEaiiii
jihintrilUJ. whu c m te
it> .dtsss- ditt- U
Uic
idik wirii. pnnpi>n!i
anti3^ussuiBlian
i=ir.ilaj{s.
W.btm Jii«:r ffiiilihguu?
ffi
ended
il»t3?uxi!'ii ?W) nsu
u r widi; a; i.piiinmr.
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irw;i
viLs if liom etoivn p o p king R icky
cky
.\riirc
irn n w alked on th e a iu rt.
I
DeP:i
P a u l p u s h e d its le a d to la rg
ger
andilaLr a e rm a r fu a s .
Me
H c P h e r s o n . a j u n i o r c o lle-•ge
ge
tmnsl
n sfer who liir for 22 point.s in IiLv
Ii».
|jtK-d.
;-dm e tiille g e dub iit last w eek,’
ek .'
scurei
red eifdu p«iint.s in D el’a u l's 18^2'
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nm.
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^fnsr R odriguez fea th ere d in a;i 3.'
p«iin»
n te r. Riduird-vm d r.uned a loJng'
ng'
one■i .se
: v e n s e c o n d s l a t e r . T•he:
he!
Piraft
ares will p lay i\TLEuna S tate next.
Nfe
.fcP h erso n r u m b le d in fo r tw o '
mon*
re d u n k s, e a d i iiiglier :uid m ore
fenxai
X30US d ia n hLs last, a n d d ie Blue
lue
Demo
n o a s w ere iiliead 58-2".
Tlie
lie second liu lf «va.s m o n ; of t[he.
he,
same.
le . D e P a u l h e ld t h e P i r a te s ,
scnrd
• d e s s fo r m o r e tlia n five m in.
uresi a;m d le d 81-39 on J o e TuUey's
y's'_
freeiii
d iro w w iih 13;I5Ieft.
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tJ e o th e r e a r ly g a m e . No. 3 '
M ichi
h i^ a i i S t a t e a n d M o r ris
Peteri
:r« m finally p la y ed u p to tlieir;irFinal
il F, o u r r e p u ta tio n , d e fe a tinlg
g
Provid
■idence 82.58.
Pete
:rerson h a d a p«nver d u n k a nid
d'
a 3-p(ii;
K iinter d u r in g a l(>^ n in e arly
ly
in tiie
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nues.wBT
to th e NCAA tounutmiwan
e: emay
se a so n a n d re a c h e d ' tl;
the F in a l
Four in 1990.
“Obxiously. I h ave foni
ond
ries o f this place." Price
ce said, sitting h i ^ ab rn v th e cnu:
□un where
h e pla y ed , v in u a lly eyi
e v M t^ e
w ith th e b a n n e r m airk
rk m p The
re tire m e n t o f his unifnr
fii:iu Tiumber. 25. "Those v e m fou
four of The
best years o f mv life.”
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sket
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til
sumtf (Tiuintln Rldmrd
irdson blocks his path TJiursdayf
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ANS
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fftmn Jtomricair Univaratly of Puer
lerto
I
Valle;
llej- returns all five of its siani
them seniors,
s(
from a leam th a t iinishcd
iin
2S-S
la s t sc;
Mjason. T h a t a lo n e sh o u ld
Id m a k e x h e
gs one <if th e top team s in the
theA3Tjnifcs
»son.
Althcx
Plough the Vikings lack th e sia
up 01 widi th e p a m s in D edo. xl
h old the
ih e ir own b>- bein g quick an o m akin£
decisions on o ^ B ^
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f"
m
Othen
2rs to watch:
FDe;
>erek Malone ( jr , M XPiF Mik
Oikd CriiTiite.
(jr - 6-3
>■3). F ( ja ig Siiucek (sr_ 5-11
- ll;.G R is »
\Vyatl;t .(sr., 5-10). P Robb> Wmid
(
•d U7_
i,-2i.T
Jesse N
Nelson ( jr , 5-11).
Former Cav Pricice takes jc
job at Geeorgia Tec
•ATLANTA (AP) - M
Maark Pricc
stahds a t th e top of tliec la
lane, passin"g th e ball again and
nd again to
kid s ba re ly m o rc thlan
a n h a lf his
age.
•The s ta n d s a t A le
k xander
M em orial C oliseum aarc
rc em piy.
It*s ju s t a practicc drill,
rill, carried
out every day on collcge
cge basketball courts nationwide.
No cheering. No kecpii
ip ln g ira c k
of how many b askets; an
a re made.
Ju s t a tedious, repetitive
ive process
that m ight help tu m onc
me of these
kids into anotiier NLirk{price.
Pr
i?‘M ark didn’t need to do
(i tliis,"
said Georgia Tech coacli
ach Bobby
C i ^ i n s , who lured Price
ic e back to
scTiool a s a n a s sis ta nItt a fte r hc
r e t i r e d fro m th e NBA
N
in
February.
“ H e d id it fo r G corgi
irgia T ech
I
Monday, at Rimiuck.
I / a II j
lle y V ik in g s
V dlH
“W e h av e good size anid
d cour in sid e gam e
should be stronger than inn the
tl p a s t W e also
have good qu id ^c ss in ourr bii
backcoun players,
so we should bc able to runI an
and k eep the pres.
sure on."
C A lot Crane (sr.. frO). P B
Ber
c m ab cO rtii(sr,
^&0).
C o a c h : Loyd Gary, 6tl)
6Ui season
Outi
Itlook:
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svrera asked to preda
thelf final orter of fhW> forr tix
ttw aroa’fihrea Class
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A s Io) g g i n g (d i e s , a town
t
see a r c h e ss f o r a f fi u t u r e
i]n f o r e s;ts
t
H A Y F O R K , C alif,
lif. ( A ? ) - T h e
I - / ' - X .;:
la s t m iH ’s d e a th k;nell
n e l s tu n g th is
I
r e m o je loRging townn to
lc it.s core.
M o r e th a n 150 j o bt s H a y f o r k ’s s a l a r y ba;
b a s e - d is a p p e a r o d w iih rlie S ie;
i e r r a P a c if i c
—
BM
m ill. S c fircs o f c h ild
i ld r e n le ft th e
cJcm e n ta r> ' school;: O f th o se w h o
PB M K I
romaini.-d. fo u r o f e v e ry
r five qualified f o r fre e o r low-co
v < o st lu n c h e s,
M e n d r o v e h u n d r e d s o f m ile s to
f in d w o r k . C r im e rroi
o se, m o rale
K S t j M I
d r o p p e d , fea r loom ed.
•d" T lio s e p e o p le wvh
hoo lo st t h e i r
jo b s w e re oiir v o lu ni iic
e te r firefiglitX ^aogQ
e r s . o u r L itile L eaciii
Ig u e c o a c h e sT liey ttx)k c a r e o f thlie
e ei ld e rly a n d
t h e k id s . S o w h e nI Ilhh e y l e f t , it
h u r t .” r e s i d e n t L y n n J. u n g w ir th
’ n Q s A jt
says.
Jun K w irth, p a rt o f a ih
il ird -g en err
n tion lojyynK fam ily,, is >
o n e o f sev•'>
o r a l lo c a l a c t i v i s t ss w h o h e g a n
loo k in g fo r a no u ' <vay
•ay to m a k e a
XT
living fro m th e fore st.
T.h r e e y e ars
I. T
u f le r t h e la s t m ill cclo;
lo s e d , t h e i r
e ffo rt LS catc liin g on in n; ir a l comm u n i t i e s a c r o s s r hlee W
y est a n d
d ra w in g n a d o n a l a iten
tii
rntion.
H a y f o r k , a t o n c c q<|ii
u a in t a n d
ffX n S S S
stu n n in g ly b e au lifu l, Ls ai n unlikely ta rg e t fo r th e spodig
li^liit. T lie isola te d . u n in c o rp o ra te dJ co
ct m m u n ity
o f 2J500 is alx ju i 3fM) m iiles northe a s t of S iin F ra n cisco
o , tr in g e d bv
f o r e s ts a n d n e s t l e d in a v a lle y
m iles from Higliw;iy 3]6,
6 ,:a w inding
1 2 0 -m ile lin k h e iw ele
e nn F o r tu tia
a n d R e d B lu ff, A mlo te
to r is t c a n
» V
'
d r iv e tw o h o u rs w ithlOut
o u t encou n te rin g a n o ih e r car.
“ Y o u d o n 't g e t h eL>re
r e b y m ista k e ." is a com m on local
s
:al .siiying.
as been a
Lynn Jungwlrlh
rth of Hoyfoik, Calif., Is part of aI thli
H a y fo rk ’s i.solation hha;
third-gonoratlon logging family.. G
But she ond crtherlocalaetMlst
/lBtsaneltmMhcRDrire»iMi(s.tD
a
CD;mika>IMnefmmtto
m ix e d b le s s in g , W liile
le fI a r fro m
fo rests.
u r b a n t u m u l t , t h e io «
ity -b a se d fo re s tr y le ts
i-------a r o u n d o n e in d u s try : lin
I
th
o
s
e
w
ho
"
h
a
v
e
th
e
lo g g in g ste ad ily de clin e d ,
S - ? , h t h, e i r b a c k y a r t l , " a s
lo o k d a rk e n e d .
ay.s - h e lp d e c id e how
liooir |w n i7c a
J “ " S " i n l i soys
So in 1993. Jung^virtJi
•e m a n a g e d . T h a t
a g ro u p to se arch fo r a soli
r iv in g v a lu e fro m th e
m e m b e r s in c lu d e d lo g g
te n t w ith en v iro n m en e n v iro n m e n ta lists w ho. un
h a d b e e n a t e a d i o th e r ’s tli
rri":
a is e s e n v iro n m e n ta l■
’‘N o body eLse w as going
ling to h e lp
.
i;jli(J,
ists suspicions,
ns,
u-s. w e k n e w th a t.” slie s;iid
'^
k.
“A n y tim e yyoi
o u h a v e a c o m m u n i& &
J u n g w ir th 's p r e m i s e iv
w a s sim ..|K
ly fo re stry jjroji
ro je c t a n d it h a s to d o
• ''
p i e . T h e f o re .s ts h a d o n c e su sw ith p u b lic and.s,
lam y o u .still h a v e lo
ta in e d H ay fo rk . C«iuld th
th<e y d o it
;> th
a g u in , e v e n ivith str in ig
g eein i e n v i'■‘-'‘“ ••I* ">•' ">
'I e p u b lic b e y o n d
m Bk
a vee d rastiy o u r co m m unnily
il; . W e ali ow n tJio.se
r o n m e n ta l r u le s th a t hav
f l r ]
la n d s, a n d w
e a ll h a v e a s a y i n
•ve
'
c ally c u n a ile d logging?
W B 3
'r ';
T h u s w a s b o rn th e W
IVaia ie rsh e d
«r cr c m a n a g e d , " s u id
S c u tt M offinan
in B lack, h e a d o f th e
R e s e a rc h a n d T n iin in g' C te n te r a
5 ”- ^
lofty title f o r a folk.sy offict
Vice w ith a
S ie r r a N e v da ad aF o r e s t P r o te c tio n
C a m p a i g n , aan
h a n d 'p a i n t e d s ig n sa nndd^w ic h e d
n e n v iro n m e n ta l
c o a litio n th aIt include.*!
ii
bet^veen a genenU sto re. nann d a ta v th e 'S ie r r a
e m . I ts m ission: a n e w■ao p p ro a c h
:-nds
• - ..
Frien
d o f th e R iv er.
k n o w n a s c o m m u n iity
r o nnin e n ia lists le ft th e
^
’
ty -b a s e d
S o m e en v iro
p ro g n in i. disen
c
fo re stiy .
L'lichanted
w ith w h at
:
!lhy
Pi-’rc e ive de da s its p ro-lo g g in g
“T lie id e a w as a ’h e a lth
y fo re st,
tliougli,
h
u
n
g
on
.
.
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J
u
n
g
w
irth
b
e
n
t.
O
th
e
rs,
tin;
a h e a lth y co m m u n ity ,’” Ju
said. “ W e s;iid w e w ouldd tr y a 20lli e W aterslitnl
iiLHl C e n te r Ls now a S l
■
y e a r steivartLsliip o f th e fore.st.s.
fo rt
Of
m il lio n - a - y ir
e a r o ] ) e r a tio n th a t
c o u r s e , t h e e n v ir o n m cc nnii a l i s t s
emplo>-s tWKxJow;
(u en l^xlrke^s iuid Is a
H V s
w e r e su sp ic io u s. T h e y ssaa it
id , 'O h ,
c o m b in a tio no fo fg r a s s r o o ts th in k ---------------------------------- 1
sh e 's a m e m b e r o f a logginf
fang famiKuik, jo b dei'elopi
lopm eiit agency, envily .’ A n d t h e lo g g e rs w e;rr e su sp iro n m en tal w :itd
Naof works rocontly In one of the
d u ulo g . \Mxxl-iJnxluci.s
Dan Nao
le la8t1lmtwr.;mmBnlne:yinttella
6lWBi(nlHH!ftirth.caiUf5.
d o u s . T lie y s;iid, 'O h. s hlee ’.s w orkn u irk e te ra n d ctm
o mim u iiily IxxKier.
in g w ith e n v iro n m e n ta lis
t* Hut
lists.’
T h e n o n p ro
fit is siibsidi^’e d b y
)fit
g r a n ts
. ..
IS,, in c lu d in g th e Ir\-in e n n d1
rwodozenxKliuadudikn'JIi
I'JIuiipwirli;.
\wnnaniin;jiian!
ians xrtio dnves a fourw e Ih in k it ’s w orking."
f e d e r a l :in d p[ ir
r i iv a te f o u n d a ti o n
F o rd: foi
f o u n d a tio a s, a n d its .staff «iff
a sh re w d , guniiil rplah
ivjiibdyriwe pii
Pepper in the bade
one kigger's csnmatc, it has created about -tO jobs, perhaps
1
isaa fourth
a( those lost when th e mill
im cdosed,
a ith o u ^ many arc seasonaL
uL
The center's first m ajor
a.
or accomplishm ent was th e compute
puterized
m apping of th e forests sum
surroimding Haj-forfc. The maps, prot
produced
w ith h e lp from a U niversi
e rsity of
C alifornia researcher, idem
dentified
a n d tr a c k e d w a te r sou
so u rc e s
throughout th e hills. R ural
jr a l firefishters v«rre pleased.
Then th e ccnier mapped
d rc
regional pesticide use. which helped
Iped proteer Amarican Indians from
m ill
tllncK.
T rib a l m em bers w eave bas
bask e ts
w ith roots and \in es plucked
(ed from
th e e arth, putting th e m ateri
iterial in
th e ir m o u th s a n d s h a p in g and
k
tweaking th e roots with their
a r teetlL
S u b s e q u e n t w o rk in celu
lu td in g
h e lp in g c o u n ty a n d fed.
fe d e ra l
a u th o r itie s e x a m in e d ra
in a g e
rain
p r o b le m s a t a n e a rb y houlo u sin g
d e v elo p m en t, assisting' w itl
ith an
a rra y o f conservation andd rc
reforestaiian ptT>jecct, setting up
c
up comm ^ t y c o llid e d | ^ « m did even
c
plant in
th e foresz called mullein, used
ase< in
sah-es and to soothe coughs.
.About 12.000 pounds of mull
mullein
- once cursed a s an in^-asi^-e
e w
weetf
- have been dip p ed and shipi
hipped
n a n Iowa hcstxil company.
T h e c c n tc r also is harvest!
•esting
trees, but noc in the traditional
w;
al »v*ay.
H istorically, loggers h av
i
ivee cut
dc
down
th e laise st trees, which
h hh;
ave
(fa
tfae hs^iesi %-alue for boards.
Is. 1
The
sm
a
lle
st
c
a
lle
d
sla
sh
w«
•
w
ere
^
shu n n ed , too narrow for boai
io a rd s
an d too small for sawmills.
S u c e 1990, court decisions
ha
IShave
dram atically lim ited tim ber
s‘ h:
harresting to pnMect wildlife^ and
]<
ndlogg e n ha\'« cut far fn v e r trees.
!S. It is
th is re d u c tio n th a t h it timb<
m berba
tiascd c o m m u n itie s su ch
:h as
Saj-forichanL
Ju n g w irth ’s g roup decided
led to
ait only th e small-diamet'er• trei
frees
sn sid c rc d unm arketable by
)y tl
the
tin
im ber companies, those lesss tlu
tlian
I inchcs across.
*T7m» >-ears ago, they laught
ighed
a;tt ttts," she said.
But Jungw irth may g et thee ta
last
1 U (^
lauj
H ie center’s eight-perwn crw
crwv,
w ld n g on land appro\-ed hy
y th
the
o r e a Ser\-ice, thins about anI acre
acr
a>-, taking o u t scrawny DougI«
uglas
r . p in e a n d m a d ro n . A loca
iocal
an dym an b u ilt a “yard er~ - .
im plicated device o f hydrauli
aulic
ib k s that pulls fallen tim ber
;r u]
up
STC<
e e p slo p es - an d th e c e n te rr’’s
leelcr’*strips th e bark.
Tllie c e n te r then m akes poles
T
o le s
stud
uds, slats a n d other wood prod
sroducts
IS - and sells them, too. A car
n try shop puts out c h airs tabler
ible>s
Peni
and
id shelving with wood that earli
;arlicrwi
was fitscarded as useless.
““ E
E v e ry o n e h a s h e a r d a blout
out
vfhai
la t they’r e doing in H ayfork,"
rk,"
said
id K en Palmrose. a spokesman
m an
fo n■th
i e U £ . Forest Service.
i i
j
: pickup with h e r dog
Coioradclo’s ski incdustry conntinues tc0 pull in h
billions, bi
3ut housiring is tightt
S IL V E R T H O R N L . Colo.
(
o. (Al*)
M ic h e lle J u n e a u . F in D ooyh
y le a n d
K iith y M a r s h a ll a r e n o tI u n l i k e
th e p i o n e e r s o f th e la t ee l«O
1 O s,
srn ig g lin g to m a k e a living
i g iin i h e
C o lo ra d o m o u n ta ia s in ilieit
iie ir p ursu it o f rich e s.
But th e r ic h e s a re n ’t th e ggllitte r in g g o lil o r s h in y s i l v e rr oolf th e
m utiny: lioom . T h e y ’r e thle
e ii
in ta n g ib le ir e :is u r e s o f ea.sy a cc
c c e ss to
sk iin g .Uld h ik in g tr a ils nn
in d towe r in g . sn o w -c o v e re d p e a kkss ri ig h t
o u ts id e Ih e d«H>r.
T h e t h r e e , th o u g h , l i k e p io n e e r s b e fo r e th e m , f a c e a hli a rd -
s c r a h h le e.visteni
e n c e in C o lo ra d o ’.s
h o o m to w n s , w
wlh ic h th e st;|b d a y s
a r e d r iv e n h y■ a b illio n - d o ila r- a y e a r sk i irid u sto
O'.'
A ll t h r e e w oo r k i n S u m m i t
C o u n iy ,
h on:
om e
to
th e
H re c k e n rid g e , C
Coo p p e r M o u n ta in ,
K e y sto n e a n d Ar;i
r \r a p a h o e Ba.sin sk i
a r e a s . A s in nle
e ijig h b o r in g E :ig le
C o u n ty , s i t e of th e V a il a n d
lie a v e r C r e e k s;ki
k i ;r e s o r ts , m u d i o f
S u m m it C o u n tyy's
's w o rk fo rc e liv e s
e l-s e w h e re becau*
n u s e th e so -c a lle d
“ t r o p h y h o m e ss , " w h i c h a r e
v a c a n t m o s t oIlff t h e y e a r , a n d
o th e r e.x p en siv e rrie a l e s ta t e h u v e
d r iv emn tth e c o st o f liv in g l>eynnd
1
m a n y/ pp ee o p le ’s m e an s,
" W'ee cc h o o s e to liv e h e r e , a n d
I’m lo
n ot t s a y in g I w o n t to liv e in
th e T a j ?M a h a l o r o n e o f th e s e big
g i a n t: he
h o u s e s . B u t a t t h e .sam e
t i m e I ’d l i k e t o a f f o r d to liv e
som cwwh>
h e r e , ” M s, J u n e a u s a id ,
“For m
mee to b e a b le to a ffo rd th e
r e n t omn ca o n e -b e d ro o m w o u ld b e
n ic e ."
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i O rle a n s n a tiv e , is a ski
in stn iccto
toir in th e w in te r a n d d o e s
h in d scrap
a piin g , p a in tin g a n d o tii e r
o d d joob.s
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BACA RANCH.
^
I, N.M.
(AP) - A
Dunigan,
on, died suddenly.
cchecking on th e herd.
golden eag le preen
een s in th e dazThe fir
first time, back in th e '60s,
A fe w d a y s a g o , th e bbiig g est
. z lin g a u tu m n lig
ig h t. E lk g ra z e
conflicts:
:ts arose over which federal
b
bulls
w ould h ove b e e n hai
langing
d a m p m e a d o w s.
s. F ie r y a s p e n s
land mlanagem
ar
ent agency would
o u t in th e tre e s, ru n n in gg i a t
f lc c k s lo p e s c aarr p e te d w ith
g e t to ru n th e plac e. T h e U.S.
^tl e first sign of a hum an. Bu
3ut now
spruce, fir and pondi
)nderosa pine. In
F o r e s t S c rv ic e h a d a n a tu r a l
it th e day a fte r th e trophy
It’s
ly huntrcmoce canyons, bea
bears and mound a im bc<
b ccausc it already owned
ii season h as ended, and t(
ing
. lain lions stalk their
eir prey.
a ll th ec 1la n d s u rr o u n d in g th e
b
bulls
seem to know it. Ten
enA r o u n d it a ll,
1, ai s t r a n d o f
ranch. Bu
But two features m ade the
l:
12 point giants ore b lith dly
y grazb a r b e d w ire pluunn c iu a te d b y
Baca a n:
n atu ral for th e N ational
ir
ing o ut in th e meadows, s e!curein
a
im p o s in g sig n s:; ‘PO
‘P ST E D : No
Park Serv
crv ic e -in c red ib le scenery
^tl c knowledge that theyVe
i ade
em
Trespassing.’
and tcxtbc
rtbook geology.
it through an o th er season. TheyOl
Tl
This is th e BacaI Ra
Ranch.
“It’s as splendid a high moungi
graze h ere for a few m ore w
weeks,
To th e pub lic it iis a p arad ise
tain backi
ickdrop as you can find,"
ti
then
head lo low er clcvaiior for
lo st - 9S.000 ac re
ress o f N atio n al
deBuyssa;
says.
th
the winter.
P a rk -q u a lity scen
e nee ry th a t h a s
To see
:e w hat m a k es th e Baca
W h en th e e lk r e t u r n to
tc th e
b een p riv a te ly owni
w ncd for m o re
s p e c ia l,
1, b o o k a f lig h t fro m
Biaca in th e s p rin g th e y w
B
u on’t
than a ccntuiy. InI so
scenic pullouts
A lbuqucn
icrque to D enver. O n th e
ht
have h u n ters to w o n y about
ut, b ut
aJong H/ghivaj’ 4, carloads
car.
of peoleft side5 oo,f che plane j u s t before
th
th e y w o n 't h a v e th e p laacce to
Tran (lorsa* nuzzlee M
m cb otiier on tha Baca Ranch liIn northern New Mexico eariier
er thU month. The 9S.OOO«er«I par
park hat
' p le g a z e a n d p oDint
in a n d p e e r
it reachcs
ICS cruising altitu d e , th e
th selves c ither. Five thou
them
Jusand
bMfl prhrately ownM
ned h t m on than « century. The
i
Iw U.S.
govemnent le plannit« te buy the land ftom it* cuirantitownen,
o«
through binocuiiu^s aalt this off-llmconiferou:
ou s g re e n o f th e Je m e z
sti
ste e rs g raze th e p ro p e rty^ e<a c h
tlw Dunigan lamllyy of
01 Abilene, Texae, h f $101 mlltl
its natural wondcrlon
nlltlen.
land.
M ountains
ins opens u p into a sea of
su
summer.
" I t ’s a k in d o f hij
h ig h a ltitu d e
golden mcj
Tieadows.
If th e public gets its hand
nds on
R o c k y M o u n ta in1 E d e n ,” say s
T h eranc
anch sits in a pcrfect ring
thie Baca, th e re a rc som e ppeople
th
c
New M exico au thlor
o r a n d consero f m ounta
n tain s called th e V alles
wlho w o u ld lik e to s e e th e
w
vationist W illiam dcB
A m ic r o i
IcBuys.
caldera.A
w o r l d ’s v o lc a nllic
i pa st
A; million years ago there
hhuu n tin g en d a n d th e c a ttle
The ran ch has ^*cr
>ecn well cared
was a vole
olcano taller than M ount
Bu in New Mcxico, w here r a
But
Author and conservalfonlst Willlar
lam doBuys cads tho Baca Ranch
ch
fo r by its c u r r e nItt o w n e rs, th e
E verest hc
here. But a pair of colosin( is a s m uch religion a s b
ing
a *high altitude Rocky Mountain
lin Eden* lor its dramatic peaks,
D u n ig a n fa m ily ol
3.
o f A b ile n e ,
sal M ouni
n t St. H elens-stylc crupnc
ness,
not m any people expec
woll-watorod valleys and romoto
>to canyons. Viduaily all of tho)
T e x a s . B u t a s New
Jew M e x ic o ’s
tions emippttic d its m agm a chamcve v e n w ant to e n d h u n tin g .
property sits Insido tho Vallos Ct
u rb a n po p u latio n ex
cx p lo d es and
h er, hollow
Caldora. a ring of mountains
loiving out th e volcano. It
ggrazing
n
on the Baca.
th e canyons of th e1 Jem
Jc ez mouncroalod
more
than
ono
million
ye.
collapsedd iinto its hollow center,
years
ago
by
a
mosslvo
volcanic
lie
.
“People persist h e re in rai
ta in s fill w ith wcek<
!ckend h o m es
creating ao Ihole m ore than a halfonjptkm. Geologists consider It: ono
oi of Iho most porfoci volcanic
ing n ot bccausc of th e cconoc
lie
Ing
and ranchettes, the2 tem
tej ptation to
m ile d eep
ep an d 15 m iles across.
calderas anywhoro In tho world.
d.
bbuu t In s p ile o f th e m ,” dcB
sub d iv id e o r sell th e ra n c h h as
Tlie whole
le iranch, all 95,000 acres,
sa> “T h ere ’s re a lly someth
says.
g ro w n . B o th S ain
n tita F c a n d
n estles intl ti
th at ^ a n t bowl.
imj
Tho ranch has been in private hi
Im p o n an t ab o u t having a w(
hands since 1860, whon tho
A lbuquerque, two of tth e nation’s
O v er the
the m illennia, m ore h ot
ing relationship wilh land."
U.S. govommont awarded it toI L'
Luis Maria Cabeza de Vaca. It
fastest-grow ing urban
ban areas, a re
la v a h a si rise
ri n from below an d
^
New
M cxico R e publican S
hos nevor been subdivided but: population
p.
growth In the region
Ml
within a two-hour driv«
Irive.
p u n c h c dd ith ro u g h th e c a ld e ra
Pei
P
e te D om cnici co u ld n ’t agi
Increases tho pressure lo develo
Hop it.
“We’ve seen it intl N
New Mexico
floor, crcati
sating little peaks insidemo:
m
ore. In exchange for his supf
all over th e northern
xn p; a n o f the
th e bowL. Tl
T h e result is a network
i e Baca p urchase, Domcr
o f th
n Antonio Min.
stale,” says Bill Huey,
CarrodolAbrigi
brigo
!y, vwho used to
of grassy■valleys,
va
o r Valles, scpahhas
a s in siste d th a t u n d e r pub
ru n th e s ta te F ishh as n d G am e
r a t e d b yy f o r e s te d p e a k s a n d
owi
'ome.
jlB tt
Uivadome
ow nership th e place should c
D e p a rtm e n t. “ You1 ta k e 95,000
ringed by' th e mounuiin w a ll
tini
tinue to b e operated as a work
acres and put a roadd co
to every IOO
“ I t ’s b e a u tif u lly self-co n ran.
ranch.
Corre
dol
ModIc
lodlo'
acres, and th a t’s just
st fi
for stan ers.
ta in c d ," dcB
dc! uys says. “You can
T currcnt legislation pill<
The
And then you fence it
It ai
and do what
b c in it on
i e property an d sec
in th
a b<
boord of trustees th a t would
you please witli it, and
n dpi reity so o n
nothing but
u t th e property."
re
reqq u ire d to ru n th e ra n ch a:
HBrinnrtn
PoBli
»eak
il’s going to look pretty
c ity different
The ringBof
ol mountains m akes the
sell
s e lf-s u ffic ie n t m o n c y m a k i
from w hat you stan ed
w
?d with."
place feel lili
like a land of the
a
ente
inde
snterprise, m uch the sam e waj
Congress just tookI a m
i ajor step
paradise tudi
udced away from the outis
is t<
to d a y . But b o th dcB uys a
loward saving the Baca
aca from such
side world1 for
fc cons. Simon citU it
sim
^ ^ ^ ^ H j l ^ ^ M o u n t a lalna
na
Simon w arn that such an arranj
a faie. This year’s budg«
idget bill alio“New Mexici
idco’s Yellowstone,” and
men
n e n t could open th e door to ov
ante
vdcank
ca te d 5101 m illion to p u rc h a se
th e Baca hha;
as all th e elem ents of
grai
prizing, d e stm c tiv e tim b e r hi
ash
ast)
tho ranch. T he only issi
issue remainA m erica’s5 m ost fam ous n a tional
vest
resting an d g enerally poor lai
ing to b c settled before
ore th e ranch
p a rk , alb e it o n a sm a ller scalc.
man
becomes public is how
w tl
the governThere are even
ev
hot springs, signs
W
While p o litidans, environme
nenment will manage thee pr
property.
th a t th e re; is still m olten magm a
talis
alists an d federal land manage
Igers
“This may bc the last chance lo
deep beneath
ath the caldera.
debi
lebate th e best w ay to mana;
la g e
get the ranch inio public
>lic ownership
T h e gover
/e rn m e n t g ra n te d th e
thhee Baca,
1
and th e people of Nt
New
in a largely undisturbed
s
edstate,”
says
land to its fiir
fiiw owner, Luis M aria
M-lexico
ex
e a g e rly a w a it th e di
(lay
Dave Simon, Southwest
fest Regional
C ab eza d e V
’ a c a , in 1860. F o r
thhat
a t th e gates sw ing open, mo
Direaor for the Nacional
nal Parks and
most of thice e« a rly y e ars it was a
o ff th
th e people who work and pli
play
E v o lu tio n Oi
Conservation Assodatioa
ion. “It’s realsh eep ranch,
ch. But by 1962, w hen
o n th
tl e ran c h today hav e mixt
ixed
ly a n opportunity thatt wi
we had betJ a m e s P. D
Diu n ig a n b o u g h t th e
fee
celilin g s a b o u t th e Im p en d ir
tea-not blow."
lan d from Ft
F rank Bond an d Son,
sale,
lie.
a
< »\ I /
C a i
This is th e founh timt
im e tlic U.S.
Inc., th e Baca
ica raised cattle.
Al
A lb e r t V igil h a s w o rk e dIoo n ■
g o v e rn m e n t h a s talk
likced a b o u t
T h e re wicre
er elk , too, rc in tro th1eC B a c a s in c e 1992. H c h i
buying th e Baca, a nidd th
( e th ird
d u ced to the
h c a re a in 1947 a f te r
devo
evotcd two sum m ers o f h is lil
tim e it has tried. In cvc
every previd ecades of' aabsence.
t
In th e 1970s
to) ri
r e p a i r i n g th e p r o p e r ty
ous case, m isfortim e: or political
th e elk popul
p ulation boomed, a n d
pcrir
crim cter fcncc, an d lived her
icrc
■
s tr if e h a s to rp e d o esd
d th e p u rtoday th e Dui
Dunigan family runs a
aloni
lone all w in te r a s th e ran c:h
h ’s
Morton rock pushodI Tho nrst o> two
Tho
ho ccoltopso of tho
U tor. a ran
chase.
•onowod
FiniUy.smaBnmounis
jnts
lu c ra tiv e hur
lu n t on th e p ro p erty .
c are
t
iretaker.
Into Iho upper tayoras hugo on/ptlons
ompt;
mpty volcano lotto
InJocUonol
olmorton
ol mogmn loakodI
“Y ou w ould th in k th'
th e se guys
H u n te rs pay
ly up to $10,000 for a
As
A s hc drives his pickup alon
ong
of trio oatih’s crust
occurrod 1.45 million
3.0M
.000-loot-doop crator.
rock pushoi
Hod Iho
to Iho surfoco. ot
would le a m ," says Sim
Jimon. “ But
shot a t a tropl3phy bull.
thle
e r a n c h 's n a rro w d irt road;
ids,
14 million yoors b|JoI.. yoars ago. Combined.
Much
luch
of
tho
lava
and
caUofafloo
loofupwort.
100,000-yoar
they ju st don’t.”
On a c h illy
.
Jy evening
in October,
Vigil’
igil’s expression saddens a t th
the
trioyoioctod obout
a sihh aajttlod noaiby.
cfootlng Ro
RoOoodo
lntt»viil3.(ocnjaiotho
tho
Tlie m ost rcccnt time
m e th e govh u n t m a n a gg e r D ave C o llis is
sugg<
iggcstlon th a t th e sa le o f th e
100 cubic mllos of
Pook.
smaller domes.
em m cnt cam e d o se lo9 buying
bi
th e
doing a little
tie b usiness developranch
nch could cost him his job.
matorlal.
p r o p e r ty , n e g o tia tioions
n; ended
m ent - cruisin
ising around th e ranch
“I don’t
d
“I
vrant to leave," h e say:
>ys.
I___________________
w hen its ow ner, Ja miee s P. *Pat’
roads in a red-and-white
rec
pickup,
“Bcca
tccause I love th is placc.”
Sourcat: U.S. Defianmtotol/
olA fia M jn . fteaotjde C«ohgy otNa*,
o f the Valles CaUei
/era
il^ i
l i ^ lI
I
NawUtxieo’
a Cowan
AP/TontaCo.
Amtrallk, goverrnmentswatchdcogs diffeer on fin;lancial p)rognosisis
WASHINGTON (AP) - Tommy
T h o m p s o n , th e govv er
e rn o r
W isco n sin a n d c h alir
i nm a n
Am irak, re p o n e d entlius
husiastically last m o n th th a t thIC
e nr a tio n a l
p a sse n g e r ra ilw a y h aIS
s bt ro u g h t
H nuncial v ia b ility “well
>'cU w ithin
our sights.”
T h at sam e day , 1
Scheinbcrg, associate dire
lirector for
tra n s p o r ta tio n a t th ec G
;poo rte d to
A ccounting O fficc, rep
Congress, “It will be diffii
lifficult for
Am trak to successfully' ca
carry out
its plan.”
T h a n k s g iv in g w e e k
Ih e
busiest o f th e y e a r fo r ra travc l in A m c r ic a , fin d ss A m tr a k
an d its g o v em m en t monii
on
d i f f e r e n t t r a c k s recggaa r d in g
w h e th e r th e n a lio n al rail
railw ay
chugging a lo n g to a re m a rk a b le
re c o v e ry o r f a s t a p p ro
roaa c h in g
extinction.
say th e
A m tra k 's s u p p o rte rs si
irum dally
railway is becoming a fma:
viable, fast an d reliab lee al
altem ativ c to a ir tra v e l. G o v'een
rn m e n t
w a tc h d o g s s a y A m traa k fa c e s
n um ero u s o b stacles to re:
re a ch in g
sclf-sufficicncy in rim e to
p o s s ib le li q u i d a t io n a
restructurin g of roil service.
A m trak, fo r in stance,, predicts
pr
its cash losses will to tal1Sl
$1.6 billion from 1999 ihrough 200;
2002. The
T r a n s p o r ta t i o n D e p a rtm
r tm e n t's
inspector g eneral, d d n g5 Ajm trak
p ro je c tio n s th a t “a re aItt ri
risk of
n o t being achieved," p re ddieted
ie
in
J u ly th a t th e lo sse s w ill
ill ir c a c h
$ 2 Jb m io n .
I n t e r c i t y r a i l co n nle
e ccitio n s
u n d o u b te d ly w o u ld su rv
rvi'iv e in
som e form even if A m trak
f
lk failed
to show it could op erate wii
w ithout
co
congressional directives.
But A m trak, which has relied
relii
on m ore Uian $22 billion In
gc
n gove m m e n t subsidies since its
a
:s creAmtrak’6
i’6 &
supporters say the
atio
n
in
1971,
hod
five
years
a
rs to
railway’ Is becoming
I
financially
prove
It
could
o
p
e
ra
te
w
ith
o
thout
viablo. Here
Hoi Is a look at
federal suppon.
Amlrak'8
e
;‘8 annual
ridorship this
An 11-member Amtrak Refor
eform
docado.
'■
Cc
Council Is m orutoring th ef rai
rallw ay's p e rform ance. If It dietere tc
nuncs A m trak will need gover
w em .....................
m«
n
e
n
t
m
o
n
e
y
to
o
p
e
ra
te
aft<
o
f te r
so •• "
20(
1003, Ihe coundl must notify
y th e
Wl
tVhite House and Congress.
i« .......... .................................. •
......................................
1W ith in 90 d a y s, th e co uunc
n c il
wvoo u ld s u b m it a p la n “ fo
Forr a
res
e s tr u c tu r e d a n d ra tio n a liz
lizee d
nai
lational in tc rd ly rail passengt
!nger
y s te m ," w h ile A m trak w'ooul
: :
sys
u ld
iffcr a plan for its own “complet
p lete
iquidaoon."
......................................
liqj
............................
1 council’s chairman, Gilbei
The
ilben
^rm ic h ac l, said h e tias noticei
•K ■« w e s WJ T>7 W -W
ticed
______________________
thhec
d is c r e p a n c y
be twvee
e ein
I*
AP Am
jn tr a k ’s self-reporting anciI thi
th e
juidgm
d cnts of government watchatdi
isidies for dally operadog
ogs b u t is m o re in te re steid
d in
ii
an continue relying o n
Am
Jntrak’s current and future perper
Washington fo r capital
fo)rmance.
n
12..........ic n ts su c h a s b e t t e r
““W e’r e n o t to o c o n c e rn
'n e td
new train cars.
abo
bout those old num bers,” said
salt
8
dy we’re not a typical
Carmichael,
ar
who was fcdeiiil rail
raUrporation,” ex p lain e d
ro)aa d a d m in is tr a to r u nid eeir
in e r, A m tra k ’s c h ie f
Prc!
resident Bush and now is cKair
Kair*
ficcr.
m an
ar of the University of Denver’s
k'er’s
0 - 1 1 ly, A m trak’s fa te m ay
Int<
ite rm o d a l
T ra n s p o r ta tio nr
W O I-K *
o litid a n s ra th e r th a n
Institute.
st
t.
Bl
Buc c o u n c il m e m b e r Jo se« p h
Sourtv: Amirak
’ A m trak R eform an d
V ra n lc h , a f o rm e r A m tra
k
j-ak
lity A ct provided bilspoi
federal subsid
lo k esm an w ho w ro te a book
o ok
o llai r s to s u p p o r t a
urgL
tions but can
gIng A m trak’s gradual liquidaJda*
a ilin g A m tra k o v e r
tion,
help from Wa:
jn, said th e com pany’s “niimbers
xs arc so vague and confusing
Im p ro v e mItc nauthorized A m trak
d ng
re li k e a b u s in e s s ,
a t tl
tracks and nev
th is po in t, It’s im possibles to
to consum er dem antl
m ak
“Obviously
ik e sou^d business recommen^
je n i
tition ra th e r th a n to
datic
tions."
p riv ate corpoi
A rle n e F rin e
fin a n d a lo ffia
U ltim a td y ,.
re st w ith polit
4
accountants,
T he 1997 Ai
A ccountability
R i a i nng
^
A V ^
V I
V i.t ti K V a I
n
......
I
RasMiifert board
ltd an Amtrak train at Union Station
lUon In Alexandria, Va.. Monday.. Thankaglvlnf
1
week, the binleet
Ml in America, find* Amtrak andI tta
tta covemmant monitor* on dfffei
lutfonal railwayf If on Its way to a remarkaUa recoi
ecovery or extinction.
goverrunent help
d p by 2003, a s fedcnU law requires
ires. But on A m trak
failure could lead
lea to tough quest io n s a b o u t t th e c o n tin u e d
prospects o f a nationw
nai
ide rail system th a t ind uiddees m any m oneylosing routes.
A m tra k lo s;tt $907
i
m illio n in
1 999, a c c o rdiin
n gi to th e G A O ,
t h e i n v e s t iggaac iv e a r m o f
C o n g ress. T o rre
e a c h th a t n u m b e r , th e GAO
) aap p lie d a stan*
d o rdI ccco rp o r a te m e a su re m e n t::
o v era
a llll re v e n u e m in u s o v erall1
expense
rnscs.
A ro
a trtna k o ffic ia ls d o n o t disp u tc th
thia t assessm ent. B ut they’
sa y self
self-su ffic ie n cy is n o t th e
sam et a s b re ak in g even. U sing aI
d iffere
re n t s ta n d a rd - th e “cash
p o sition
io n " o f o p e ra tio n s, w hich
e x d uides
d e : th e cost o f e q u ip m en t
deprcciii
sciation >■A m trak c o n d u d e d t lhaatt it w a s $ 4 8 4 m illio n
s h o r t o f s c lf - s u f f ic ii
1999.
T h e GAO a ls o says
m a k e s its b u d g e t g a p
sm aller by counting “prc
overhauls," o r g radual I
m e n ts to e q u ip m en t, as
ra th e r th a n operating c)
A m trak says it does so I
p r o g re s s iv e o v e rh aeet
u of the
.
financed through capital i
Am tm k tias to w ean its
c ie n c y in
g
I
t's A m tra k
ap a p p e a r
progressive
II im prove-
the rails
... ;s
, -i
.
T
:
Fridty. Novefflter 26.3
). 1999
TlmevMewt, Twin FoIli. Idaho
'daho
E-3
F eA'I’URK
lE H
r N e wV g e n e td c t e c h i; n i q u e ^s a n s w <^ e r a g e -- o l d q ul e s t i o n ?IS
JjjGene-alter
sred frogs
help solve;rmysteries
-
K night Ridder N a w Serv
Service____________
WASHINGTON - • Few
Fc can argue with
th e im p o n a n c e of th
thee frog a s a cool to
-^ ..g tu d y d e v e lo p m e n t: th e m ir a c u lo u s
> X unfoIding of a ball of
if cc
cells into a crcaturc
eyes, a head,and,
nd, sometimes, a
•t> T h is com plex sym phc
phony of c h an g cs is
:> jBasy to study in frogs
ogs b ccausc th e anii < |n a ls produce thousan
sands of see-ihrougli
.*>.®88S th a t a re larg e,!, eeasy to work w ith
«nd n o t trapped in sid
dce a; m other’s body.
; But th e South A fric
frican d a w e d frog r - th e standard lab m odel
del - has n ot b een so
r* tisefol to geneticists.. Bc
Bccause o f an evoluK Jionaiy quirk, d ie s p>cdcs
e d has four copies
*• o f e a c h g e n e . T h a t m a k e s its g e n e tic
w orkings nearly imposs
>ossible to unrBvel or
; m anipulate dconly.
Those m urky frogI gc
g enctics have long
' frustrated R o b en Grain
•ainger, a biologist at
th e U n iv e rsity o f Vir{
/irg in ia a t C hariot_ _ tesville, who's w orked
fi r years to under:d fo
h a n d how a frog emerg«
irges from a todpole.
“The Holy Grail is to<uunnderstand the s p c
d fic genes, one by onc,
1C, •which control the
dedsion-m aking proce.*;!
ce.'K in tlie embryo,”
h c soys. " W ith o u t ihi
th e g c n e tic tools,
we’ve only got h alf the
1Csstory.”
But a new frog - a d o se relative of the
stalw art lab frog - is: leaping
lei
to the forefront of genetic research
irch. The c rcaturc, a
tropical African frog; kn
known a s Xcnopus
tropicalis, is a b e tte;rr m
n odel b ccause it
has half a s many genes.
cs, is half th e size of
I
Gene-alten
red frog gloiIWSlit dark
ito this African frog’s DNA a gene from a Iellyfish for making
R esearcheis Inddrted ihlO'
m;
a
.fluorescent protein. Now
Vtti
ttie frog’s eyes glow. T he experiment
e;
helps biologists
its understand
:; w h i c h , o f
deyelcTprri^ls.tentrolled b)
by which of Its genes.
^
•
..
;
> :y 3 B H W
Ita eyenspots h a ra
■ Into eyw8, but th ^ ;^ r © a ^
n jH R E lm
G ra in g u r, a lo n g w ith liih w oork
r k e rs
M nninI C
Offield and Nick Hirsch, liiis
h
iis been
a gene from jellyfish
sh tthai
giving frogs
fl
express!
sses a glow ing g re e n proioiti
leiti: it
allows tl;
them to observe organs likt- o
c a r ts as th e y grow w ith in
0 - and to detect which genes
lies are
sible for lhat growth.
e
"W e can
c. see things we couldn't
I't ever
ivho
if o r c ,” sa y s G ra in g e r, w
ho is
d to be using new gcneticc techte
to answer age^ild questionss aabout
b
pingembr>'os.
dcvelopii
As for
ar other developm ental biologi
)Iogists
en't yet using gcnetics but see his
who aren
ostoundii
ding images of tadpoles and
id fi
frog
cmbrj-os
DS with eyes o r spinal cords
Js si
suddenly gic
Rowing brightly? Says Graing
iinger;
“Tliey'rv
re green with enx^.”
^ ,1 ^ 'T lid p d * ( b e tc w ) . ■■
, ; J ts eyes are deveiopirt0, ah(
ahd t h e 'd b w i n g ^ ^ ^ ^ H
if,
J,
J
“i
.,
me to liquidate??
WS
J The Times-New!
Its eyes are normalll and
a well-developed - and1 produce
pr
green light.-The jelly
Hlyflsh gene w as attachedI to a part
of the frog's DNA that
the controls eye developmei
m ent If it
hed been InsertedI into
in a different place, some
n e other
part of the frog’s bod
>ody would have glowed.
SOURCE: Robot Omlnpar
Qor of Univwtfy ol Vltginte Biology O0(
Oopwtmont
l_
th e ddia w cd frog and grows to aduli
dullhood
more
i
re quickly.
“Half the genome,, tw
twicc as
fast,”
i
I,” quips
Grainger.
Geneticic scientisists find
more ro
oom on th
he ark
Knight Bidder N e w Sorvic
such vaunted
fvlce______
:d c<reatures as tlie fly,
m o u se o n di h u m a n . “ W e h av e
WASHINGTON - Inn tl
th e begin.
genetics envy,'
vy,” he adm itted,
ning th e re w as th e humai
m an.
A nother eznthusiasdc
nt
group has
But th e re was also tht
th e mouse,
been pushing
i barnyard chicklg tlie
the fly, the yeast an d the worm.
c n , the k inidd F] ran k P u rd u e has
ires, it turns
Those sim ple creatures
b e e n c x p eirim
r ii e n tin g w ith for
o u t, a re c ritic a l to th
e H u m an
:hc
decadcs.
G e n o m e P r o je c t, thfie
e g o v e rn First, it “con
;omcs in a handy litde
m ent’s massive e ffo n to id c d p h c r
c o n ta in e r, th
ih<e egg,” says Paul
th e blueprint of o u r spHides.
ed
Goednck, a ddeev dopm cntal blcloS d e n tists have longg p red icted
-gtst a t H arvat
th a t if w e a re to e v er unt
u nderstand
who represent
sntcd the interests of
w hy w e a g e , an d th eB tl
th o u sa n d
th e b ird in th
th e re c e n t debates,
o th e r h u m a n m y ste rie
s tu c k e d
•ies
G oetin ck con<
o nducts m any o f his
within o u r tangled g esnetic
n ^ code,
b, c u c ti^ a hole in
experim entss t>y
th e answ ers wiU com eB n r a from
a n eg g sh e ll1 to
t< m a n ip u la te the
d e c o d in g a n d c x p e r in
im e n tln g
embryo, seolini
ling the egg w ith tape
w ith th e g e n e s o f o u r s: im p le r
and w aiting for
foi the chick to peck
cousins.
I ts w ay o u t. “ T h a t's u p r e tty
W hat th e y d id n ’t fore
o rcsee w as
unique p ro pccn
rty ,” he soys,
nish decodThe chick has
hs a t least one cruhow quickly they’d finisl
c ia l fa n . Natt<
ing th e c h o sen few . Y
Yce a st a n d
itlo n a l I n s titu te s of
w orm a r e f in is h e d . M o u se i s
H e a lth c h ie
e ff H a ro ld V a rm u s
pected an y
owes his 1989
: obd Prize to the
u n d e r way. Fly is expec
39 N
week. A nd hum an willI bbce la rg d y
bird. His work
> chicken viruses
rk on
com plete in M arch, year;
c a rs ah ead
sh o w e d th aItt ni o rm a l g e n e s in
o f schedule.
__ c h ic k c n s (a n d
' So, lik e m od.
h u m a n s) c a n
Li/-emodern-dayNoaJis
e rn -d a y N o ah s
m u ta te
and
cancciT.
amiinga bkarrearray off cause
A dditionally,
b e a sts, fe d e ra l
beasL
mts,federalscientist w/io) sin c c no o th e r
s c ie n tis ts w ho
, birds h ave bcKm
reiiceg^iomessuddenlyfind
s e q u e n c e setjueih
w g e n e tic a lly
,fj s e q u e n c c d ,
nsehes m/ft moreroom on
Dodgson says, a
them selves w ilh
the ark. Thequestion is
chicken project
m o re ro o n i on
w o u ld
add
whomto irwite.
•th e a r k . T h e
u n d e rs ta n d in g
• q u e s tio n
is
lo our own evolutionary tree,
‘whom to invite.
e.
ire diverse
Such cvo lu
ti n a ry questions,
Some hope for a morc
u tio
m enagerie. O thers favor
ar ccomparnever a central
•a! pi a n of the hum an
K d y r d a lg en o m e projec
•“'•Ing sp e d e s tliai a re doscl
je c t, a rc becom ing
' e d to th e com m on la b c r itte r s
m o re common,
an, said R udy Raff,
h e ir genes
w h o d ir e c:is
ts th e In d ia n a
tliat h ave already had the!
M o lc c u la r Biol
dccoded.
liology I n s titu te a t
a lly m in d -. Indiana U niven
■crsity and has often
■ ' This group of practicallj
to
b e e n th e “ toki
^ m olecular biologistss hopes
h<
o k e n e v o lu tio n a ry
"• com pare o graceful, trans
a n sp arcn t
biolo g ist” a t gc
genom e m eetings,
T h is tim e, h e said,
s
“ I w asn’t so
' •■foundworm ap tly nam ed C. elea tlv e, th e
token.”
■•• g ans w ith its n e a r re latii
briggsiac.
R aff fear.^ th a t m odel organ• ' ^ 'g h tly less dain ty C. bri;
;en es th at
is m s m ig h t ggliv e s c ie n tis ts a
D eterm ining th e core gen'
ild reveal
sk e w e d v iewV oc f n a tu r e . M any
• tk>th anim als sh are could
u n c tio n s
m odels - mousi
lUSc a n d fly am ong
g e n e s c ritic a l to lif e ffun
b a ttlin g
th e m -w e rc c ±h o s c n because they
- Such a s b re a th in g an d1 bj
live fast an d die
iie young. Small and
infection.
short-lived, ihc
h ey2 can be b re d in
•
“It’s am azing how m uch
u d m orc
ves you,"
large num bers5 for
f< gcnetic experi■; th e second genom e gives
tz, a pro*
m ents. But this
is uultra-fast devdop' isoid H . R o b e rt H orvitz,
m ent m eans the
iic animals m ay not
f c s s o r o f b io lo g y aait chc
be represcntativ
ilivc of m any of the
M a s s a c h u s e tt s I n s i i t u t e o f
ie s how
p lanet’s diverse
sc iresidents.
; ■T e c h n o lo g y w ho s tu ddic
d e ath , in
“ T h e r e a r c s e v e r a l m illio n
*-' gen e s control life, an d dei
spcdc» o ul th ere,”
e n said Raff. “To
' 7 t h e roundw orm . In a d dlition
itit to a
understand tlie
c
le evolution
o f lliosc
' ■second w orm , th e m o re \practithings,you have
ive to go beyond die
' ' col biologists w ould adJd
d anoth:
m e m ore
m odel organisms
•• e r fly an d p erh a p s, som
A
realist
whet
hen it com cs to s o ­
’ ' y east.
c n tlfic funding,
ng, R aff say s h e ’s
O thers, bored by thosecchoiccs,
d
:cir nomi“ n o t ad v o c a tin
iin g se q u e n c in g 3
‘ • w ant to branch oul. T heir
iess ." B ut h c do es
IS ppufferm illio n sp e c ie
' n e c s in d u d e poisonous
)gs, chimh a v e a “ w ishh l1i s t " o f s p e c ie s
• fish, A frican tropical frogs,
h e o r c tic a l s e n s e ,
ev en th e
th a t m a k e thci
'••'iJanzecs, sea u rc h in - eve
iellyfish,
to rep re I.
T
h
e
re
’s
th
e
jell
'’■Humble roasting chicken.
rc b d n g
s e n t an cvoluiii
Liiionarily an c ie n t
' ’ ■■T he candidates’ faies a re
expcctcd
c re a tu re , a sea
c'a sq u irt, bccause
■' - discusscd - a s m ight bc exi
ss c<rc a tu rc cJosely
it’s a spineless
in W a sh in g io n - in r ol u nr d s o f
-ife w ith
re la te d to th e! pplla n e t's first ver••■:eom m ittee m e e tin g s rife
indsomet e b r a t e s , a n d th e c h im p ,
■ ' good-natured lobbying, and
a rc s 99 pe rcc n t of
s-specics
b
ecause
it
share
tim es, u n e x p ected cross-si
o u r genes,
' ' iualitions.
Comparing die DNA of chimps
" T h e fis h c o m m u nlity
ity w as
auld u n v d l th e tiny
and hum ans couli
' ■c h c e r in g u s o n ," s a id1 R
R(o b e r t
mces d ia t m ake us
gcnetic differenc
’ G ra in g e r , a b io lo g is tE a t th e
w ho we a r c a s aa species: talka• •U n iv e rsity o f V irg in ii a a t
a rt
r c a n d c a p a b le ,
IS
a
frog
tiv
e
,
s
e
lf-a
w
C h a rlo tte s v ille , w h o , a s o
o v e n , o f o n aaly
ly z in g o u r ow n
m an, is u n u se d to s ittinlg
g ax t the
ho :Study
genome.
sa m e ta b le a s th o se w ho
T he sim pler gi
genetics allow ed two of
G rainger’s coUco
cogues - E nrique <\maya
a n d K ristin KroU
oil - 10 develop powerful
Marketplace
assifieds to turnn
|possessions
into cash.
C la
gcnctic tools in llic fmg. such
sue ns exchang.
ing genes bet^vecn fro^ss to study development.
tf-
m
ve just
rna(de' this
est B u m
'y
l
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DEAR ABBY: This is th.
the rime
linking,
of y e a r peo p le begin thit
“W hat should I.g e t Mom
and A unt Tillie for Christi
stm as?”
Well, I AM a mom and an
in Aunt
Tillte, a n d I filled D ad's
fo r m o re y e a rs th a n I ca
c o u n t. So, fo r a ll o f you
ou w hu
hoven't a clue w hat "w e”” would
^
like, k eep reading:
Don’t try to buy m e hapr
w ith a token gift. Most ofr Ja u . I ’d
lovc ju st a litd e of your tim
im c
nething
If you w ant to buy some
of
for m c. I ’d a p p rc d a te a box
b
A
all-occasion g re e tin g c a>rd?
n
roll o f stom ps to go withh ThAm
?o?h™
w ould also b e help fu l, so
w hen my o ld friends h a v eB (a re a.
finv#. fn
to celebrate. I’ll noc ha
^son
v e n tu r e to th e s to r e o1r D oS
o ffice . (A n a sso rtm e n t ooff c if t
w rap and Scotch ta p e a rc ai
o n ith .
c r novel idea.)
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ioe re p a ir shop,
or shoe
W hat ab o u t a ^ t certificate
d in n e r fo r tw o, so I can
( o'- «1 ■n
tr e a tt a good frie n d to a m eal
o m p a n y b c c a u s e HER
a n d cco:
ly is also busy? H ave you
A tfe ite n e ™
' r i So tte
' n h ow m u c h I enjoy
.
ler’s D igest, Fam ily Circle
R eader’
_________________I and TV G u id e? 1 can ’t afford
Tiptions anym ore, b ut they
from a flo rist,, b u t re a l p la n ts
d b c a lol m o re welcome
delivered a t th e
bubble b a th th a t Pm now
"e !" “? ■ = P
pc to.
spnne..Som otlun|
d n tS ie -K l'
;o, if you w an t to give me
o il :
tiling, how about a prepaid
rem em ber your i
c card, o r a few bucks preevery tim e I look:
* o tth ? m .
p ;.™ ”
on m y telephone bill? And
, My little d o g « .
I'rc feeling generous, how
‘"S every m onth,
t c o n tactin g th e company
S^ft certificate?f T
They m ake ter.
my lawn, th e chim□, I] w ould n e v e r
jjl ^leratcs
Also,
w eep or, fo r th a t m atter,
Id budget money
spend household
rc, p c d ie u r e o r
>5' icch an ic w ho re a d ie s my
r w inter?
m assage, b u t a1 g ift c e rtific a te
yn» ^
w e're not a s difficult
bc wel. Y I sec.
^
for one would certainly
cer
Y fo r as you th o u g h t You
orr,a car wash, o r
come. Or one fo
sim ply fo rg o n en who w e
th e n ext m p to»th
th e dry cleaner
I
reaD y are.
W eV e s o t '“dum e d idf ppi
K ffie
d ow s ^ ssse L '” V e 'b eMa«epnte2u
e n ts id io .Bhcajv Hmew w&u
K& us;c9
vram ed or aiBeded - thonwi
lo v e d 3 ’ou.
T h a n k s f o r i3ie sgiaoe.
1
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toof
SEAS ANT: laomks £or 3
te r that** stn« sp saatri a Qi
p e o p le i ^iitiVttic ts^aaii
about d ie O trio m as
A sother id ea is aio cn e a e
tomized
tsru.i^
S <3
sm all ca n s o f
ctiIiti
chicken aaid nuOies-. bes
b e z tr e jr
soups, and *^eoodie^ o3ac
ECac
SEim6one on a fixed 5w >nm»: im
mii'/fta
forgo. P u t 0 0 y c BT
i
caps,
folks. T be sesamms si s M
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l Ia Iv I E IB I
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51 Sue«J again
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S3 niuy
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59 _ Nol o<
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3S Half o Blacfc
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Forasi tpa?
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39 Biddy condo
ndos?
41 Puts ta sJaoj
loop
42 Ratpond
I
44 Ihko oiransa
ms«
48 'Duly »ao<t
xl
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F in d * out the; facts
f o r y oDurself, ILibra
IF XOVEM B E R: 2fi
2 5 IS YOUR
I----------------BZBTHDAYr Y ou b a v e inscincin g o f p o w e r
n [UO R O S C O P E
piiiy. inairie infbrmactc
acion concernSlyv dd n e y O m arr
?ou know how
•'
ini^^mdcnmrkeE^you
IhiilitiM w ork an d you
i
ou a re against
.--------------notion, inicnsified relalancer natives
Oon, promot
diem; Capricom , Canc
tio n s h ip.. D
Ce a l gin g e rly w ith
m a jo r co les in y o u r lif s ,
Btters. inin nh
C a p ric o n.
rn ,'C ancer Individuals,
caulii have diese lette
Pressuresn,
on.you’ll bc up to ic.
TIh roughout
tn nam es: H , Q, Z.. T
L « R AI ((JS e p t. 23-Oct. 2 2 ):
your emphasis has been
bet on portwith secondaecthip’ an d m arriage
Jge proposals.
p o n ’t be sotisfied
sm
hancj report*
jrw. Find out for yourSEiy w ill b e y o u r m
mco st m emonncction with politicalm onth of th e
^ conne
n b le ^ p ro fita b le moi
c h a rita b lee ccam paigns. P e o p le
yeurSHJO.
21-A pril 19):
lo o k to t'ou
y o i fo r fo ir, h o n e s t
.&SZE5 (M arch 21-.
Hhi^. m ig h t se e m lik
likie a push10 (O ct. 23-Nov. 21):
SCORPIO
and^puXI d a y . O n e m o m e n t
notions,
one side, th e
L c ' go of preconceived
pn
yoaO lJbepushedtoonc
lindcd toward altem a^ opcn-mini
oisxr y o u ’re b e in gg pp u lle d to
ods o f dealing. M ake
^ v e m ethod;
w h e r e y o u w e re . S
Saa g itta r iu s
fresh start,; si
stress independence,
ta«oLvedi
20-May 20):
creativity. Leo
L e plays role.
X i1!JS X .'S (A pnl20•ARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec.
SAGITTAF
Tuu: w ill be solid, d ete
e t rm in e d ,
ver
convictions,
21): Discover direction, motiva^foihbum. H b ld o n m) CO
“ on - f indd oou t w here you a r e
lie w illu ig tn m ak e; in te U ig e n t
Questions conlents ask fo r
BO*ng an d why.
wl
coRcesHinns. O pponent
c e rn in g ml a r r ia g c loom la rg e ,
wi«Sleroom.
osit slips, bank totals,
:i- J u n e 20):
Chc<* deposi
C E W IX K M a y 21-J
olvcd.
Gemim mvolv
Cuep' plans- flexible,, out-of-cown
ot
:OOR N (Dcc. 2 2 -Ja n .
iry. You will
C A PRIC
niiiic m ay be necessary,
solve puzzle, o b ta in nee
needed legal
19): Peoplei talk
ta and write about
e y ou are fa m ilia r
n sh ip , once
Be s uirre
(iijuuinenc. RtUanonsli
w ith p ro g 'am
ran , research proves
Eimlienv.aKuin. thrives.J.
Diversify, plan e n te r21-July 22):
valuable. Div
C tN C E R ( J u n e 21-.
rogram. Sanitarian in
round home,
lainm ent prog
Ammdiin revolves arou
le.
ic approach
featured role.
tnnitranue.. d iplom atic
:
tD' (ine- who ow es y oIU
um
n oney. If
AQUARIUS
US (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):
ttindL con.siderate, you
ou g e t what
You might th
thiink people are askw. cn m in g to yo u . Ask
\ s k in n ic e
in g th eim p >o.ssible
o .«
- analyze, you
way..
m ig h t fin d you
yc a re being p a id
t £ 0 ( J u l y 23-A ug.
:
g. 22):
Sec
h u g e com plir
)lim ents. Don’t s k ip
people, ndacinnships as they a rc
details, discow
o v er missing link.
andl nnc m erely as y ou
)u vwish they
PISC E S (F
(Fteb . 19-March 20):
cnulki be. T ak e tim ei to p e rfect
Finolly youI aatrc relieved of burmt£Chud.H.. to scream lini
lin e proced e n n o t youi
3 u rs in fir s t p la c e ,
(£uxes. Pi-iceH te lls ha
h a r d lu ck
A c c e n t freec
eed o m of th o u g h t,
stuc?.
action. F lirtat
•tation delicious b u t
T « C O ( A u g . 23-Se
-S e p t. 22):
know w hen1 to
ic say, ‘‘Enough is
Hbcua. on: responsibility.
ity. producenough.”
I/ly .
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tfilr
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>us guesseddwrong
1861
<QR! che- luncheon in 18
< when
JiJnnhnrw lincoln. wasI inj
inauguratttdl P k e s ^ e n c . h e a n d t
anam itince-ace-m ock curt
0^
soup.
cnm edi b e e f a n d cabbog
bage, parsHi? p a cu o e s a n d b lackbe
^ e n y p ie .
I t i e ’ b e s c o f b a ts can
can r a d a r ceiu£ a h s n id e s ac 20 feet.
Sbm g’ S £ iiay sian 3 th
t l ^iii k th ey
praoKS rh g ir babies &om
om disease
:« .N o ,s ir ,
lu s h t m d o
a i ^ iif!i.iuc w h at y o u oug
have m ore
vom en do.
firiitnifa c& ut younff won
lOCJ women; te n d to hlaavv e m o re
Eriioidh-tiiait o ld 'm e n do. T h at is
s h e ttlaim i o f che s o c:ia
ia l scien diiB..
C im n to n e c s iit o ld H
Room e c u t
a i 3 to di.v
dbsiir h u ir
w o re bats
fro m th e
maguiaih c h e n u e lv e s frc
te a r th e ir
s litn e s c e q .u ire d to weai
hixirlbng;.
SCaor m a r r i e d c h ai na s in g le
buc m ore
wanten. b re a k d i e law , tm
stotfte- titnn: m a rrie d m eaai do
c likewitie:.
,___ ,
Bow com e'Septemib
bei
e rb tn zic a n e s & nc tw Cce o s Ie
lo n g a s
jlin c m te r h n n iQ m e s ?
A . llnng.-Iaacers s t a r:xt e a r n e r
w fbste iiTs. hnccer, c lo see r to tfae
W
!
I
h a t ’s
WHAT
L M . Boyd
A tlnndc. Bnct<
l a t e r w h e rea riit h e r ac ro ss th e
iefer storms devdop
e “ *-}y. =>oser
I i t ’s n o t so h o t so
C a n b b e a n , sc
orr to th e G u lf,
m a in la n d . Ho^
o r N orth A m erican
depends m osilj
rlow long they la s t
trav el o v er wai
w h en th e y hstly
it on how far they
w ater. All break up
“ ““
h it la n d they c a n 't
th ey ’re m ostason
hi dictates w here
o r near,
: likely to form, fa r
A quarrel isn'
- th a t little d
pane o f glassisn’t
in necessarily b ad
! d ia m o n d -sh a p e d
is called a q uarr
I in lattice windows
O ce a n s cove
arrel.
p e rc e n t of th e
C h risto p h e r iver
Co m o re th a n 70
they coveredfie
al e a rth 's surface.
C olum bus figured
H e k n e w m ore
1
a b o u t 14 p e rc e n t
m ost in his day.
orei
fo r th at m atter. a b o u t it th a n
ay. In our day, too,
c :S O O
m
m
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m
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T ^
,
konnol & 1 c ar garag
__
$245/m o360m o,ot10% .
$ 5 7 5 .0 0 p lu s d o pBOSll.
os
Close to School &Sho
topping
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O- Homos Amorlca 733-2224
P o a n o 9obowo.733-e0£
-6069,
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AU. UNITS INCLUDE..
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37^
b a t h $ 4 1 0 /m o . 3 8SO
0 W IN FA L L S
IJu>no.)folo>j. rjongoi DnnwoUmiL M
ic o d ’
months. 10% APR. OAC
ConotofKna piuj Mofly Hovo Wainoi
f'oi/Dryo'HocbuDl
Homoa America 733-2224
24
1 b d rm a p t. S 33S
^
f w i N T A u r r r r o d Jhing;
TS
CM»wn'>A/*o • Mwlnc)l?oom . fjoc'iioton
fJoi
ftoom ‘X m
^
w / o h o o k u p , foncoi
2 b d r m a p t. $ 4 4 0
^1®!; ^ H O U D A Y SPE C I atI*
y
. garage. 469 S. Washin
“ ■ anghi. spocious & cJoon.
r
C
■ tOT.{450. Cau 536-246
WON mamtoinod, somo 2
^ A L L T O D A Y 7 3 65- - 7 1 0 5 ^
SlOO o ff 1 s t m o n thIS
s
& 3 bdm) townhouso $495
3 4 0 lO IS STREET • TWIN
'* f\ a l l s
w/emall yard & siorage,
------ren t
'
S o u th P a rk . S260/rrii
________ EQUM HOU3WG OPPOnrUNI
Somo with W/D hookups,
*<>09. Nopots. 734-e37IJ
L au ra tP a rk A p a rtm o n ta
Tw n FALLS-------------B
B
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I
SH O SH O N E 3 bbdi
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ba th . fIroDlace.
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i
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734-4195
Move In now a g e l
1/2 month renl tree.
P A R T M R N T .S
2 bdnn. 1 bom vrim singl
garoge. nicely dorto. N
N e w e r 2 B e dd !r o o m , 2 B a t h
pots. SSOOAtw plus $25
deposll. 6 mo lease wli
approved cfodit Caa 733
7 6 5 3 o x t 3 0 0 5 .J o a v i
•II!
3 B e d r o oonm , 2 B a t h
msg.
fW iN FALLS 3 bdrm .
tm!.
F o r O n ly
• balh. fencod. dbl. gamgo
: S700 /m o. No smoking
U m lte d I Tims
Tl
ORly
pots. 736-6644 oflor Spm
Ask ut abool how to qualify' for
for J 52.500 U.S. S.ivinp Bond
t w i n f a l l s 3 b d r m .;
^
C A L L N O WV II 7 3 4 - 1 6 0 0
b a lh . lom lly rm . wooc
B
In
647
Fawnbrook
Ave.
Bel
stovo. fencod yd. horses
car
www.renl.net/dirccf/fawn
Ok. $52S*dop. 326-5471
T w 'I n t^ A lL S - e o u n lry
Form H ouso w/3ljdrm,.
i
S 6 0 0 m o. ♦ d o p . No
p o ls / N o S m o k in g .
. 733-5410___________ "
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^
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R SUPER Diriry 4X4
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imiinum w h e e ls , V-iO e nig
g in e, sliding re a r
w in d o w , tra ile r• ttco w p a c k a g e , r e m o te l<eyless
lc
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: 3 bdrm. 2 bolh hom o in
NE Twin F a lls w/2 c a r
garago. Pots OK. $900/mo.Can208-727-1105.M
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399/ma.
r*445/mo.
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. Tvw in F a lls . Id a h o F rid a y , Nlo
ovv e m b « r 2 6 , 1999
TWIN FALLS • NkM» d<
d o an
2 bdrm . W/D hook>i
5k-up.
AC. rwor Porrino ScJic
>Chool,
S435, * dop, 733^33 0
TWIN FALLS • Studio
a
Ilo apt.
287 FltorAvo,$350mo
I mo. *
$100 dop. All util ar>d
<
f>d cabio Indudod, 733-5836,
836.M
rKH;;r
. TWIN FALLS-Now3bdr
2 bottl, oarogo. SS95.C
: - 733-8207 Of 733-0344.
TWIN FALLS 2 M rm. ol
h o a l. no ya rd , w otor
so w o r pd . No P ol
“ 10$400/mo.+dop, 628 JockJOC
son St. Call 734-4756
^
TwiN FALLS 2 w m i..w ,
hookup, carport, bam:
ismi.,
$450/mo. Coll 735-1653
TWIN FALLS
^
BEST VALUE, 2 bdrm.
rm. 2
both apt.w/wo8hor/dfy(
or 2 bdrm low nliousoi
Som o wllh llroplaco <
oamgo. oil hovo AC.'*’ ®'
nJo,
Coll Korla tormorolnJo,
p
WINDERMERE
"
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IT TO BUY IMMEOI* W antedd Ic
rVLUS COLOR SOFA & LOVESE
lo re n t Foil p a s- EPSON STYl
ESEATModATEU
ELY Okior small lo mid
luro fo
TER.brandnow
om pattern. Coffee
Coffi table
f o r.
r 5 0 cow a. 3 2 6 *
600PRIMTE
sizod
od m anure sp reader.
54e6Filoi
525. for ael.
Vink
Stilt naw. $525.
b
P»0'._____________
ccod. Now
il & extra ink
£lf«t>l
rubber, ground drive or w A w rpn-'
rytlme.
677-4719 Artytln»
■
EO: '98 loodof hay.
cartridge. $150,
$1 A laoPa*
P r 3.
o,W
V anted Older Moo■
his yoar foodor hay.
p e rp o rt 30C
IOOO, flat acan- S S F a 'S lE ^ p B S ;
Forguson
36
Swolhor
oo/
iB m
A ^ u llu r.
>120 o x c ccon
ocalt208-73t-4768.
"O f- b r a nI dd ne w c o n d .
on! $ 4 0 0
2 4 Hoy B a le r o r JD .
& 124
“
r ~ --------------------$100. Can 208-352-4678.
2(
O aybed «xc.. con.
cor $150
lew ather.okforJO hoy
f
-------------------678-1319 ovonlns
snlnga.
o r o r H o ssio n o ld e r
EClAL C O N S g N te ffS
500' hv
I■
hydrostolic awaihor.
U V ES T O C K
I »PM
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5
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5
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ft
singlo.
c
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m
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ti'
4atawmead
C » IIL E .
WC
VOOD RIVER RANCH
_____________
b o a r d s . $ 110000 e a c h
II to rrtounl on back ol
11
734-4334
c2
C uatarC oontry U vaatock ‘s eolN
aoi ng70haadofsoloct
,72c,01
SP L IT h a rd - Ploaao can208-73
:io r. W a n ta d old o r ■
»-734~443a
JSH bM i Holiday Motol
“q“u e s »
I = ^ 7 ^ pickup. $90 a
bro
jrod Angus hoifora. Al'd
a ^ iill or
« largo iractor wilh ■ - nini ti
>1;TWIN FALLS
“Marfcatlng. U ackla, ID.
________
,
S125wkiy S400mo.401
o'nn June
,
is i 10 'Vermilion
fromI loador
la
M ^ C T tB L E S I
PU toad. Coll
2 ] FOR RENT - Nowor olfico
5 Cow and bull sole. Nov.
Jll 324-7697J
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w. Main . Call 324-2361
Fame
H134‘, a coMng
29, Nooni Ovor 200 hood
Fo
1®*
spoco on North Fillmore
Iloms O.K. 324-5858.
INQ&
HEATING
________________ FIREW OODD • Dry p in e . I
eoea se bull. Cloonod up
P22I2H
'IWN f a l l s i85Avki35050St.(noarCootco).Soonto
°ol brod ond foodor cowa
E “BA BIES. M oat
spliL $90 PU
>U load, boliv- I AIR C O N OinO
m ON O IQ
M iobuvw^caiotor,
ith caM ngoaao bulls tm- VVantodt
with
ro.
bo highor vltlblllly loco*wilh moro expected. For
Irod:
Fortune.
Erin,
ery
availoblo.
le.
432-6928.
If
running
o
r
n
onoraiirod
Swg. ft utUs.M.’w
lurthor
Inlormaiion
coll
1
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July 1st. Hoilors ahouW
o ld e r r
ea
tion 17004-aq.lt, Will roUnda 206-588-2258.
cah
Ing small dump tnjck
r,®®.?®!
*lvo in a 30 day period
fl" E W O O DD,, dry Elm &
.. . . 1 a . . ~ r . 1
n.
modol to SUll tonant. Con-____ ___
TwTN ' PALLa wllh kiich’draulic bod. wo can
Limllod si
S.73:W 702Ji
AVALON LET STOVE
alanlngM ar. lal.
w/hydro
SO
>BCt Woll or Adam Hoas CA'
CATTLE-BREO HEIFERS
ons.$95w kly.S225-M 60
____________
exc. cond., hardl
a b off & build d.imn
folonsoa- 2
For InformsUon call
cob
H.
737-3039 o r 737-3940.
F«
mo. oUutib.pd.733-8841.
FOH SA L E . 2 2 0 h e a d
.vniM in tUMJ- u s e d . $ 4 5 0 . aCal n r
HSE'S
BEST
Whon
you affvcr
<
r
10
pull
behind
tracBOISE
I
Yagar
208-788-2753.
>«"'<>'
«
=
Gom Sioto Rooify, Inc.
mi
mosliy oil Block Angua.
'
TWIN F a L l S. m o t e l 3
mopncooflJw
2451 or 788-4077.
lor 103 haul
hi
077. ■
rock.
W
aniod
ANT7QI
nOUESHOW
aoRog lor twtl ---------» im o / .A .T
S100Avk.ftS360/month.
small1okJor
ok PTO Of ground
TWIN FALLS. Exc. down^somo block baldy,48 hood
Folrg
0031
LUMP COAL
rod Angus X. Horoford X. _____
248 2nd Avo W. 733-5830
10
lown property, ovor 3000
„»
monuro sproador on
This Frtda)
S ^ ^ IO p m
-----------------bopraparodforV
forV2K.
oil red co itlo . w eighing WANI
SS™
sq. fl. S700/mo. 734-0753.
er
lires.
working
or
ThisSoiurdi
TWIN FA L L S. H o o rn o7
a.
lurday.
11am-5pm
FIREWOOD,
.
Proparo
f
lor
Call
Mooro's
ln&42
C. 423-5533
oppx. 000 Iba, Air brod
'o r at 16 h a n d OH w /a
non wnn
woriiing. 324-5858.
This Sunda
S80/w ook. m icrow avo.
mday. 11am-5pm
ihoY 2K .Slod
jc k uponyour PELLET ST bV fe"
nllo dispoalllon. Sorrol .
from 6 /t to 6 /30 lo r 3 0
Oon«
rofrig. Utiililos pd. Coblo
lo I
6 0 8 -------------i
w/roium prtvllogea
lump cool, Ibumfltongor
il b
(lo id . o itro c ilv
O N sT fT ongm oaT J
dart<orcolor»pertomid,
WISCON
day
brooding
soason
.
To
or
da
livoe Ivory
TV. no poia.1201 Klmborr- I
COMMERCIAL
,
ers 'from S stales
lhan v«od. call678-9222
coi
o n a m o l. g r e aalt aia h a p e .
734-4334
"
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A ngua low b frh l
6 t0o 12
1 yrs. ol age. No Viccyl. wim
____
lyRd. 0fC0U735^)232.«I I
REN TA LS
wo
sored by Boise
cdcf
weight
bulls. Losi 3 yoors
o s.. sso u n d lo g s p lo a se .
eon soiling for long
oa. boor
ood 2265 El- ^ p i p o f t d u d Jded.'$S50.
ed.
TWIN FALLS E norm >US3
ous: -J
—n
ch Uons Club
ilso
P
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lico
M
ounlod
“nio.
$1
foodioi
fee
cattio
grndod
70%
Bois
$150
ooch.
Foroed
salrom
Pnofil
837-4135
ov«a/wao
'weekends.
mont g
606
romoiod by
oncgo. across
TWIN FALLS - 3755 oq It
Chi
Choleo
& 70^i 1'8 & 2'a.
Unli.
11.208-345-8721.B
O'f »ufnai
m o c o s -(l)h ig h c o u JzJ*
opt. wotor/sanltollon incl I MOBILE HOMES
PELLET ^ t 6Vie
E - Whii;
p/sA nU ouos '
..P'*’"'- .
p o c ityy with
V
J
masonry bklg, 4 Irg ovorBai
d u c t w ork.
342S5g(®
off siroot parJdnfl. fonco<
fiaW. Ivory onan>eI,
>rr>el, $950.
g ------------ 5 ----------------^
■■ hoad doors, can bo u sed
llv( 4-Woy 8-Woy. Ivo- ^
702
bums lur
lump cool Of wood.
*
llvo
;
bock yold. S5C5/mo S35<
'w eekenai
837-4135 ovoa/we«
6
(or
lighl
manulacturing
.
me
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for
sh
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p
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wllh
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dop. fols. roq. Iniorostod'
FA R M m A N CH
5 '“ “ '
6 u a o r a f ih £ 33100
ioo wood
o
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m
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.
$
1
5
0
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m
a
k
e
s
,
oil
w
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tilltio
B
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r$
2
5
0
w/o.
Sl005m
o.C
all736-38i5.
Trich.
Trie
Trich
booster.
Holf■
SUI
COllGono O 734-9911
U PPU ES/EQ U IP f “ J,*; I work b e nch, $50.
Stove, usod 2 yra. $650.
I E,■.
736-6257.
iru c k . $24
oP.!,*
ra noi aold by privoto U m
_ TWIN FALLS
Ba v b e d TISS
]irts, ivy palCan 764-2345. ■
• TWIN FALLS N .E. loca
---------------------------------Wontod>d1to buy hay pilor.
iroaty wlll ooll on Woslom □------$220, poNc
EUEN. 2 bdrm". S300, orr
Ofttee/Shop
lio n , lg. 2>car o o ro“ gOO
c
v y D u ty A n g le Iro n g a s o r> cr e le c tr i c . F a rm
Video Market Sole. TuosWEL£Ni6*»oflet«tc
M
Stovo. n
Formoroinl
S 2 7 5 o n e m o. lo o s o .
Ovort)oQd door, omplo
E S o t s ™SlM.Bi^^autiw /aloraao. 3 b d rm s.. 2
a solid oak cabinat
binet. exc.
d a y N o v .3 0 lh C o ll
iI* S “
choppod hoy. alio- WANT TO3 BUY
Bl Aluminum
S200 dop. In d a. slovo.
(ul pool tablo v
both. AC/QOS h'oat. W/C
f " '? ?
cond. $800/offef.
tfa r. Call
ro lr lg . W /0 . S o r r y n o;
C h rla tmn a s tf o o s . C oll c o s s o r l o s . $;*$ 3 5 0 . Coll
J 775-752-3714
!!
732-0234.*
hook-ups. Aulo sprtnkJor,
1*. 2* ongk> Iron. S7.50
Coll 324-i
OOQS. 208-82S-5231.«
Nlkkl67»OC
and
upl
CA
T
.ATTLE-Hoiaiian
Spring*
oo.
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040
734-4908.
walor paid. Avoil. O oc.l.
You covor w/plywood
---------------- W 6 6 6 3 T 6 V e^PJorw
.f t,
er
or.
'
CaaStovDHeliowt.
or.thoHon, CaU agg-5097 or moi
notaf for storage. Calf
■ 705
S T S O ^ . Can 734-7437.
I
OQ2
“1 d in in g r o o mU - M k sot.
M a id , 48W -X 222’
.
2 'cook
fo n co d yd. M 5 0 rno.”-»
» fedd«s/llv o sto c k c over. ■
mo
W IN D E R M E R E
^ ATTLE. F o r aolo, HOI*
TWINFALLS Now 3 bdrm..
RRIOATION
I I
A p pMiAMi-^ee
iS
p o d o s la l, c ialaw fo o t. 4
(lo v e with w atar
ia
• f Jacket.
$300 dop. Call 734-8335.
a t for trlr fram aa to
ss>ol
ie in S p r ln o e r s -b lg .
C3roat
Property Monagomant
’U A N C E S
c h a irs, like nonow, $50 0.
b ran d new . S
i 5£ 0 0 .
■ 2 bolh. api.. oamgo. W/D
$
1
call 206-543-6373.
hauloi
loralofoanowmobiloa a l u h iniUM
u i MAINUNE 8 I f f ! ! ? ! "
Call 536-2512.
:
hook-up. $650.734-7582. RLER 2 bdrm.. 1 bath, gos‘
736-650S
734-4334
^Pkiaso
^ a o le r a . 324-5856
j t S ?
hoal 4 stovo. Sman homo. .
ORRAL for ront 1 corral
- TWIN FALLS- 2 bdrm., *t
S a a tS ii
M FURNI- w o o p f r r a V r t.pifM
Waiof. gorbago, sowor, 1TWIN FALLS Retail spacw/)o(
• ' " • E rr?s3 ? o ! ^ S u r n O m iN G R O O )M
iv/lockups for 200 hood ef
MFOV
j^ n O l n . . C a l l
bath.. WO hookup, somo
(oval)
for oaki. $500/ofler.
i. Call 886-2487.
TUR& dining tablo
ta
iffer. 423>mo
ir>ct.Nopol8.ro(s.$300f
os ovall. for loaso - 2752
holsl
lolstoln hoKora. 1 corral
MF.25
255A^F. 265 MR184487°25m !
o p p l., S 4 5 0 /m o * S 2!50
50
Back
uphol4612
boiwoen 4 & 8pm
81 .
$175 dop. Col 326-5863J i
s q .‘ a l 0 7 0 Bluo L akes
for
1
or 100-200
hood of hoi* w/F
dop. No poia. ovoil 12/01
I.
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loovoo/
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to
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itein or boof coltio. 543slock
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8 18o'* W aih’o°r'
s'ofo*!pads, poc
543-6277 loovo map.
ocan
color.
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1
4
larm
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n
l
u
plooso
conlacl
Anno
or
2466
>466. Buhl aroo.
FoliaI T
Tractor or NorthskJe
u S K ^i °[ 2 S - 5 6 1 7 . «
__
bdrm.2baih,doublow klo
»«15.
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i
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^
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m.
LoroyAdvroodl-800-269-3
3
1
*
w/dock. good aroa. $475,
'^ .r;3 4 * .o V II.'
•MAIL your classlllod ad
6248.
Ir> 4 plox. No pois. S425.
t-800.293.9350.
W ^ E ^ U lN ES $2,600 to w aO H F P /PHV
25.
no pola. rofs, 326-5687.
/n -ri PB— pTT, k i n o s i z e b e
Coll 734-4120._________
f a c k e t.
U f i i S ™ ': F U R S - 1 1 . . . 1.01
Sunriso Irrigaiton.
fwodboard,
TWIN FALLS
fwlilnadO m lcfon.net
tw
PERKIN
— JEHOME. 14*70. 2 bdrm..
JEEN SIZE
Sheared dari( chocc
hocolata
on. $250. QUE
T ^ I N FALLS- Luxury,• 22
, on
skid w/rad^fi^ ft
7^-944^<
1 bain. $400 mon. f $375 RETAIL/OFFICE SPACES HOTO
s ; f . '. i ? 3 ° 4
JRSE
TRAINING
*
guar”
'»*■
*
Coll
brown; irimmod wAnshoWA«
WATERBED, $100
$
b d rm . 2 bo lh , g o ra gJO,
o,
<jop. no pols 324-5516. ■
I7 0 a4 6 0 0 sq .lt.ario<
tge panol. $7200. In g
7' 0 8
I
733-0517 ovo
n o o d 3 0 d o y s riding.
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522-9318 ovoa. o r Kor>t
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‘ 208-543-8373.
cloan oven, gll
TWIN FALLS. 1 bdrm. api.
ABOARD
934-82288 or loll
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friM 888-934-8018ev.
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837-6!
17-6560
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TWIN FALLS. Now taking
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Locoitons; Bluo Lokoa.
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Kimborty Rood
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Homo# Amonca 733-2224
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loiia
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p a s s Iho
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pupploo.
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1 GRAND V O Y |lG M M N ^
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:oll 324-2439,
I MOTOR HOME!
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GOLDEN
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w a n t e d -O
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AKC. 7^ w
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D O D G E '7 7, ,AAlt0 r)tl0 n I
aws and will have
^ parts or
w
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Dow claw
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tiunlors S Ustii
/s/iors/runs I 1 9 9 7 SUBARU
I
II lEGACY
WAGON
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Call438-5735
”
lirst shlo
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IV
326-2258.
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C oll'a83
3 7 .V io ^ ||9 IU I,* W 0 ..........
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rgoouo chocoloio
1”
00-069-6787.B
‘onva mossago.
s. 5 main*. 3 foNovoda. 8001998 SUBARUJ ILEGACY WAGON
malos, 11SI shots, womtod, WANTED -s,rt
Old 00 rniih«> DOOGE S E C U f
.podJl. Call I , „ y , .................
7JX -« 9 Jr a t f tormonkOormM
th v
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vetfon o r yotw Mrrfe* rtp m m tootfr
orChrtsimas. Coll
pump rlllos, F
0
324.8599.
19,
or Wlnchostoi
Stor, M-1 Garr.
CARPENTRY. ETC.
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)P
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644-1464
HAGERMAN
T
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moto
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1
1
9 9 6 FORD EXI
Will pay top J
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= ■ B U S IN E S S
1RottfodBconsodGonorel
^
I
75PaeoA now'Motorhomo,
Mo
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after 6 pm 4w
4 wknds.B
Controctor w/ovor 25 yrs.
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B37-4$42.
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nr
S3-500,
Call
837
:
S E R V IC E S
poporod.
R eady
WANTED Old
oxpor. Enjoys cojpontry
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oood Item* youVo t>eer)
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3 homo. 733-2224
wgn,. 1940's.
|-s.50'aor60-a!
I
HONEY'85. 32'. 1
work. CoH 735-0615
JO
JOHN'S SHARPENING
•toftf>o7
I996HISSAHQI
QUEST VAN CXE
TW IN FA U S
in but
loaded w / many
nood nol run,
I bo noarS M [£0____________
SERVICE
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1I
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liete 4 In g o o d
Towmls,S13,S00,;
H O M E R E P A IR S
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K i reg. (ihoeo'y c o m p le
Comploto
Sharpening.
JcbstolM forG onorB ls.
shols 4 wormod,
condiiion. ::all
Call736-0949.
Corbido &stool saws,
liirc i
S u b - c o n tr » c io « 4 s t« * - BENEREL'S
r)
/E D D IN G &
' ^ l o ^ 5250,
! Ready nowl WANTED Old
HOME CARE
I
1 9 9 7 SUBARU1 OUTBACK
0
WAGON
141 Brackon SIS
lid gi as pumps.
Of*. BkMprMcopios.
Dtywail. Pointing,
734inis background,
paying up to
to SIOO.
:
34-4050*1-800471-4050
B RRIDESM
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AID
Tony.
■ e n lM M H
734-PLAN (7S26).
Corponoy. AU Iwmo
____
3 or 324.274620B-678-27I7,
M7;_________
■ E S jja ^ j
ropoirs insldo & ouf. 10
TFRR E E & S H R U B
w/EDDINQ
edi
SHOP
LHASA AF
4
P
S
O
p
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p
p
los,
WANTED
10bm
I 1995 JEEP CRAI
y n exp. Froo ostimatos.
AND CHEROKEE
ta A Sells D n $ m l
1st s h o ts ,:
lor m ill. Mnll733°2°0^!lS
I
C bIBtuco 733-7543
s e r v ic e
'odding Dross SaloMI
'rule, $125,
2S,Coll733-9218. nTTTTSPS-r-rr
I buy MotorcyJS50-S350-LOISinlll M*irTi S p:H
H ljA U a E R ^
^
c t ^ T V runnlngornot.
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Perfection'' C h Sitmas
t ^ Party Drosses
■; ■
S E R V IC E
tH O M E R E P A I R S - pPruning
vSTOCKI^
1
1
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9
6
FORD
EXP
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STUFFER,
Cnll
^
4
4
0
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■
■
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B
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• Evergroons •Shnibo
733-8831
8838 - 2 1 0 S.M ain
R e g . AKC
KC, 2 lo m a lo s
fo '
TONY’S
HOME REPAIRS
*M-Apni
5
is too lalolllB
12 go. pum p
n f lu iltiiS lliB l
HoUdty^M cUn
^
roady nowl
w l3 fo m n lo s4 4
tafKtecoplf>g
.•CCoD
j now for fnjil troos
________
n good con d.
ISjH M V slH M M
1S% ofl fn> Cioaning
^
.............................— 1 m o lo s roa
oadyD oc, 11,
•Orywall
•FaucotS'ToUots
Buh
3uM. Filor. tambofly. T.F.
65 ask lor Phil | | i | n A M R s H
• Can for Iroo ostimatos
^
275,527-0501,
S ^ L “ ®-5365i
1 1 9 9 8 SUBABuVl
FORESTER
S250toS27
734-2380.
lon Y ates-736-0B 70
r%rMINIATURE
Thoso puppios 5w *tE D :B ibyclothoslor
aby
I BR ?E E S E R V I C E S 0 1 1 * 1 ]
He minimum013
“ nowbom girl
. CHIMNEY C L fA N tN Q
1 1 9 9 8 SUBARU FORESTER
F(
ots. Ihe OOI* oro
boy. Cell 733-8
: TTM Chlm n*ySw M p-»45 —
TREE UMB
W U fU l
P A IN TIN G &
1DALE'S
'
pof chlmnoy. STO Jnsort.
(ot no oxiro cost WANTED: Old
d
Id clocks.
Also
cropped (at
CKIPPINa
.
I5yra.«*poriooco.
oldor oak filocc
0 cobinol. Call
D R Y W A LL
F„ mulch
l o y o u ) , tta
a ll d o c k o d A
For
or disposal,
8a rem
oved. All
736-8210.
:■UOfM nl U ( * n 882<B06
1
1
9
9
8
VOIKSWAC
•CON
NEW BEETLE
dewclow
1
StU
tu lm p g rin d o r. F roo
733-7689, o r 678-4860.
^
od wllh 0 wrltlon
WANTED’Plano
vot chocked
siimotos. Coll r?oa;734.
_
OH Shake r o o ^ .
’ “ " S 'O
01 model'in good
goc working B I M l H S w i l B !
?742or(20B)733-3123
Buy the
Ertorlor&lniortorpainting,
Ills G u a r a n t e e d
r r S T o olso
S
writton gocondiiion 733-1
33-8471
Illh guoronioe.
j
Free estlm atesi
1 1 9 9 8 SUBARU FORESTER
Ft
-a c k a g e a n d
R E E S E R V IC E S
3 5 0 . F o m a io s
m
02977
C anjefwn0644-1219
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MAGtcvALLEY
Ouaran<
1 9 9 8 SUBARU OUTBACK
oi
WAGON
1&montlors. Pontiun II upllND PUPS,
BURLEY - 10
V osi 200
y W
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ostimatos*
m firrh
PROFESSIONAL
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ir c h a n d is a o r
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Torry Carpenter
o usosW ol
ROOFMQ
A COATINGS
hard drtvo upgntdo,
R«
lorse. 679-4142
F o rm o rsC o ri
734-1231 or
a u to m
o tlv
t e ile m s In
733-7221
Of 326-5857
St20.00. Econom y
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420^)771 kjcalcall
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R « p ^ ,c a B 733-9444.
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msidonUal.
lutfy orango soHUGE MOViNC
7 OayS
'ING SALE la y s a n d re a l
rog, cuie iiuf
Buildup foofs. Most minof
^Tim Abbott 734-7919
loak9repBirDdln24hrs.
___
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7^S-3i°^o^r'
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INDOOR RLE!
1E E s e r v ic e s '
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HANDYMAN ~ - 5
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NOW fer batl $9t*
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T S IO BLAZER
R O O F IN G I
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1 whilo
MARKE
p o o d l e s ,, AKC,
a
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Fa
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iv I o J " m I ^ S S S s M V
1423-5935.M
• Doc, 4 &Dec.
Do 5 •
d itio n a l 7 d a y s .
shou.%oih<i:
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Lighl hauling. Eioctrteal.
IERS- 2 moles
Vendors Wanlod.
'noad,
I 1 9 9 9 SUBARU OU
ed. 532-4439
1310 Kimborly
Ro
737-0000
^ S ± T ? ^ ' S ; S . ™ e r 3e isIs a $ 3 e x tra RATTERHiEf
hunlors 4 pota.
Can food dona
viatlonfor
Twin Foils or
ig • Flrowood sold by
CnarQi
«0007ik
jqulrod. Q roat
Solvation
Am y
inA
call 733-6060,
a rg s lo rth e
Deposit roqt
s G ills, S2 0 0 .
C/irfsrmos Ba.
s u a r a nmtoeie d p a c k a g e .
VOOA. >W 5.26-,c
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FiM M tim .tM ,fliu n d n a
dallw
^15'
TWIN FALLS Amorltel
Am
Inn
bod w/vanliy, gone
jonarotor,
AK
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1-5381- 678-4182OV0S
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737^)000
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P arking lot. 1377
13
Bluo
olr. aw ning, low
r
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RSTTW StEB
>w milos.
■Chrisim as. 7
U k o s Blvd. N.
I. FFrL A S a t
W on'i lasi long
at only I
B ot
TREE
c a n ic
c eellle d e a r ly
IMPROVEMENTS __S E L E C T IV E
H . ' S S S 3.
i " 2 m a lo s, 3
10-2.Desk, carpi
arpet. chairs.
$14,080.
ist$350. oach.
d r o s s o r s , ta
f o rrccuu s t o m e r
a b il o s . b o d
BERTHARBAUG
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I
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p r u n in g
IT R I M M I N G
g a ; - . . ; -34-8575
"
sproads, rocllnor
ners. olc.
MOTOR
•:
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AlphBM SOlhomo
K4KTr«rt Trimming
COnveili
K&h
sndell
I
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s B F flA m
ffT T T T m
TWIN FALLS. Post
Pat Grand] "**
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• 'lmp(DMtnens&ca/pentty.
L O & am tftm oa
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636-8323
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c
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^ B M |H M |||||||
' wintorlting & guBon.
Shn
Srvubbofy&trooromoval
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r e m aiin
in th
I e sam e,
satufday only'Iro
from S to S .
o a ch . p ioooso
s call 2 0 8 o x c allo n t c o ndd.s9
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Can 934-5747.
_____ C
Calf 735-0553
_________
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iluableslll
Please call 208-324I
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g4-5813.
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Som e restrictions appty. Men
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_____________________
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n
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pe sS pekA
«col, cond. AC. microERtrlrs,
HOAO RANGER
rlrs.Soootlntof-W osi
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, Ihe Magic Valley for
pmont. 1760 Klmbordamage.
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Call 536-2017.
onsnal conaa. S 2.iao<«tRVSALES4PARTS
lo aodt o d i $ 1 4 ,0 0 0 . Coll
e a a a su :.
I
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ly R d . •
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208-1
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sJierTs*5
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01-9549Of733-3003,
OHTS M A STER-9R. BOO-301-l
lhai wo can i boat)
*•2790.
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>t-329* tfo r* IO cftooM from...
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7966 Conass. AT. fORO -l7Pm
sri’dooui i boll hitch,
nock car
car iraiier, heavy dua c rrui«n
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work.
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sito woi
M o to r H o m e s, In c . __
w orkshop. $3800.
tu ire s o n ly . ■
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q i New 20001--------S r S ’s’ i S :
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portornano
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to r H o m e s . In c.
S200/0111
5"skylark. 2 Or.
(New $36,000)
ARVCamp
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wt
base.
911
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Dnnp Abbrovwi- U
A R V C am p
aook
vonings.
grooi cond.
nd. $175/offor.
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