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Ir th e S a ra h
will be
Johnson m u r d e r’ trial
tr
thaa tth w m a y
told o n M o n d i^ th
a nit guilty o f
fin d th e d efen d an
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Ucve she p u lle d thletrigger.
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abetting" instiiictior
fe d t h t ^ 's e n o u ^ c
p a r td p a n tln
show Sarah wraa a pa
fli.
m urders, they
lowed to con v ict her
L o t first-or
i m t e c v c n if
sccond-degrec miun
ihe personaDy
they don't th in k she
killed h e r p aren ts,
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to m e y Bob Bong^ e n s e atton
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bum objected
to th e aiding and
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n o ,dispute that a
curred," F a n ^ u m
kQ lisghasocau:
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M mtonoolso18. is accused o f ther,Alan,
Johnson. 18,
tilled h er parents because they
m ,a s h e c a n ie o u to flh c klllc
l^y
shooting h e r m cother, Diane, in shower. SJ
UsapprovM o f h er relationship
She was 16 years old a t dls;
Up
the head v Mille
e - s h e slept and th e tim e o f tiw Sept. 2. 2003,
Please
see
JOHNSON.
Page
A2
then turning th e rifle o n W fa- • m urders.
s. P roseqitors say she
shootiii»g
rampa^ge
I Atlanta judgeddies;
I manhunt begin:
ns
TheAMOctoted Frew
A H A 1 ^ — A m a n b eeing
ii escoitcd into court for his
ds rape
trial Friday stole a deputy’
y ’st g u a
killed
tiie judge an d two
other people
and csuiscxcd
c ^ , setting
off a massive
m anhunt an d
creating wide^
spread chaos
across
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said.
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H u n d re d s W F r ^ ^ .
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of oQlcers In w .i.
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cruisers a n d
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h e lic o p te rs
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sw am ira th e
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area in th e R S H
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scorch o f die
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suspect. IdenI
tilled as 33I
year-old Brian
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Nichols. The
IBames
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suspect, a for- RoHtandBi
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mer com putI
er (echniaan, h a d raisedj ialarm
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a day earlier v ^ e n h e w ass ffound
idmade
I . in court w itii two handi
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knives h id d en in h is ss!h o e s ,__
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prosecutors said;
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Ro«i In Twin W Ie. Both
t r ^ Rtday a!< ^ Canyon Rlra Rc
H anl Bober; left,, and
Ol Lorraine Call p o n for a'p o rrtri
tmoval for development
Ing on tbe road and oppoie Ks remo
wslkihg'aiid driving
their Iwjoy tbe vliiir
•canyon rim
med road reimoval near(
Re§i4gnnte fight plant
a n ^ J n ^ u d ^ o lp a r k ! ;
o p e ity th a ils p a n ' m e n tp lah
^also sits o n prop<
a ld .d c v a o ^ rfrs c n to u t
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ijfn 376-acre developm
de\
ent that
Fish sali
X>invitations last fiiU to
241 singte-lomily'. ab o u t 300
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-w cm ld.have 241
th e o e V ^ p m e h t witii
>townhotises.Tho
,
discuss
homes an d 12 to'
T W IN F A liS -rFFromCanyon
rt
rs.
tio n is owned by neM ibors
v oo:ftheS nake ' land in.questior
R m Koad th e view,
rs, b u t Setticr^
' w q 'to3' trylns- to. w ork w ith
tg o lfc o u rsc s four Jev e Jo p«ers
River C anyon vraS..g
i d y / F U h i ^ d . "We're
tiybneadjocentto everybody
Ig e .c a n take iUdgeUOieonlyi
a n d P e n u ie Bridge
lg to m a te a n improve/'• •.
' Justtryliig
ih e ca rm h .
y o u rfo o to iT lh e g aaspedoL
si
eryonecanuse."
Ralls Q ty Coundl m en t ever
orriestiiattiie ' ■The TWin Fall
,Oiip'» B arlow worr
/r, VN^tOcUves n e a r th e
Barlow;
lain d 'a o b u ^ two
numWoy vista w ^ ddki ^ p e a r l f a anriexed th e la
td develtjpm ent, said
rg ^ ltjv ^ .
Vfeeks ogo a n d a preUmlmiy p roposed
it, biitdislikes
Bpprt2ra l.b u tth Q he's n o t against
a,
ent plat has been opj
la n c e F ! ^ . 't n e devdopm
&
p o sed changes to tiie
y ^ t6 petition to th e projK
a ^ R tte L L C , developer has3ye
m anagcrforSettlcr^
e says it^ a one-o f-a -'
p
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to
a
d
H
plnnn
fny
thi»
Vacate
th
e
roac
_ ^ ^ .m c .g rQ u p is -p b
lot w here people c an
jr oofplaruiBig and kind spdi
lilt In a n im- Orton, director
property w ill.result
the c a n p n a n d
drive u long
oi
zoning. .
p r o ^ a l t e m a t ^ iiirttodwayand
ro
n to vacate.. ^enloy th e i
ties to enjoy
H s h s a ld a p eetitio
i
b e tte r' o pporhinltle:
l o t j j f waDdntf
in .i. t h e ’worio. He ■
|iia
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the, road Is In
th e e d g o o fth e c a ntiyott
yc
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l-tiie
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the
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y o u ta n 'd o ls hopes',to break j
" jy A t n o w aD ym
laJ^B ut^ie’d 'r a U i a s a
d r i v ^ a t 3 5 t o 4 40mph.!*FUh
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project ne x t m o n th , b ut h e Barlow'&al
Ik i^ S Q lh a tth e e ld e riy
do o rft expectt tthh e new road or. «theroadki
an d h a ni^4 c a i:^ )e d ^ n 'c o ]d y 'a
tednorthw est walking p a th ttoo b: e dono for a
. -.The r ^ . situated
h e c fiiro n . \ ^
,
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. vlew ofdft
n o n Street N. leastayeac
o f w here W ishingtoi
;aat t h ^ aboutTOO
to
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g
o f die
T h e p la n isto c
ends,, follows th e! edge
ei
ith e r'c a n r a n rim hatttres ih
Iri support o f keeping
canyon fo r a b o u t thn
Juee-quarters Ing path to othi
lid. The. develop-..-the roadlaa;sitis.
. (rails, Fish said.
ofo m n e.T h e2 2 -fobot-wldCToad
ot
ITS tiiat
l o ^ g dow n am id fean
tiie s u s p e a m ight strike} £again,
is plasNichole m ug sh o t w as
ns. and
- tercd all ovtsr TV screens
-hl^tw aym cssogcboardsL
s issued
jnvehidtscdptions o f th e stolen
.de, ................................
eported
Late M day, police rep
tiiat th e car h a d D eenfoim
m d in a
downtown A tlanta paikln
in g lot.
n o tfiirlrom w hereitw assi
{Stolen. '
sldered
“Mr. Nichols is consic
a m c d and extremely dJangera
ous a n d sh o u ld n o t bbee apCounty
-proached," F ulton Cc
Sheriff M yron Freem ann sala.
s t until
'Vfc a rc n o t going to rest
w efin d h lra "
Nichols g ot th e semli
n la u tV .
jwering
matlc pistol by overpow
tiiefcm aledeputyvrtillchi
h e was
b c ingleddow nacorrldorl
irin th e
u sc j\sFulion C ounty Courthousi
sistant Police Chief Alan D ieher
deputy
sold. After shooting th e di
ct tiien .
In tiie fcce. th e suspect
went to d ie c o u m o o mn.. h d d
about a dozen people a t bay
b for
a s h o rttim e a iia s h o ta n id
d killed
owland
Superior Court Judge Rov
terJuUe
Barnes a n d c o u rt repprtei
Brandau,autiiorities6ald.
d.
dfiedos
Anotiierdeputy..IdentlD
IS later
S a t Hoyt Teaslcy.. w as
~kllled-outside-the-courtl
rthouse—
he sus>s4ien h e c o n fro n ttd the
deputy
pect, Dreher said. T he dt
h o u to
shot while leading Nichc
ilyhtiiia
court, Identified a s Cy;
ndl tlon
Hall, w as in critical conc
but w as cxpected to survtv
/ive.
l^Uce said N ichols la ter
te plsfbrlTie
tol-whlpped a reporter fb:
Itutlon,
Atianta Jouroal-Constitii
a
,L
viou
ril,
le,
ble.an d .it woiild jio t b e built
_
ntHanaltemaUvBroad.wasOnunti
ihed. • .
Ishe
-d
said, tiie -proposed
- Barlow
B<
[ot
raUdng patii h a s no paittCS k)t
wall
e a r it, so It will create haraids.
neai
^
Ish said tiie develdpQlerit will
Fish
ave qjac e for street paiUng. '
hovt
ler
said h e would.fftther
. Barfow
Bt
luj
ee a com bination o f a tbod.tod
seet
in.
miklng p a th along the'canyon.
waD
ith
Ish sola tho comblnatiori With
Fish
cop6? b l ^ - o n d ^ ^ i s jaTpeoj
him
In
wiw .hM
In
Itij
ieareA
slnde 1967,
id»
J
arlpw ■ .
Bari
tic
■^-jusVdorft
think tiiat secnic
7
ay
live should b e taken -away
driv
ho
■om tile d ty o f : ^ R ito ' ho
fitin
said
id.
. In
In ortler to vacate th e road,
le
m
ust
hold
p
u
h
llt
heardie <
toga
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cre^tivB
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to m ake
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to o p e n aaccredit c ard d c c ^ u n t t j ss ^allowed to a a c k jo ke^at Jackon e ’ from: •> la n d lo ;^» ;
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tomporoturos are oxpoctod.I. Highs
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loudyandwindyattimos. Lows
noor 30.
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tomporaturos. High# In (hoilowortomlddla
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temporaturoo. Highs m ihoIlower
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}p star h a d
tn a hospital
w here h e h a d b eenitre
tn a te d ro ra
back in ju ry c a u se dIbyaialL
bj
o n my gag
‘They’K ruling or
o r d w i o m o i ^ t o is
s ee e i f lta a lon lokcs." h e
low ed to teu Jackson
to ld h is au diencee 'Thursday,
low ed to tell
" I ta n o t legally allov
ke 9 ,b u tlc a n
M ichaelfacfeonijoke!
still write them.**
as in recent
H ic n , as h e has
Johnsoim
P r o s e c u“to'S
r a lle g e
nay b e called to testify
, ^ ^ l ^v ingcontaaw ithjadcJ s c k s o n s’sc n< v e r g e _
o f b a niKk ru
r p tc y
so n ia c c uussero rh ism o tiie r.lh e
----------------------- --------------deifense aco n te n d s tiie family
S e e ol aa gg e C 5
H kLenoandothcrsout
trledtobilk
days, he called
d oo:n a n o l t e c o median. Drew' C
Ca
arey to handle
that night’s Jacksc
is o n d u ty .
“M ichacl Ja
a cci
k so n show ed
u p to c o u r tlat etetot d a y w a r in g
his pajam a bD o ot t t o m s . - ^
ence.
You know
told th e a u d len
c
w hat? You A nd
J e kid w ear.Id th
ing th e p a ja m a top an d we
have ano tiierr ccio u rt 'case o n
________________________
Continued from Al
w lth a 19-year-old m am
R esponding to R
P angbum ’s
o b jections Friday, W ood said
evidence found a t th
th e m u rd er
sccn e in d u d e d Items
m s th a to n ly
Sarah could h ave
iv e k n o w n
a b o u t If she didn't: CO
c o m m it Uie
A
f.
" ' S S 'nn atto rn ey Robert
Sanger Mtid
sal L eno has m ade
“veivcniel
d jo k e s'a b o u tth e p o p
star tiiat could
c
a lfe a how he
m lg h ttesti
stily, a n d h e urged the
j X t o r restrict
c :
Leno furthet
- w p Vpniho tp u ttin g h lm o u to f
h U b i S nn ec ss if h e c a n t talk
about Mid;
Ichaeljacksonforafew
w j c k s iangersaid.
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rs
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a b e ttin g
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“ 5
ef
a rid n g garag e Police Chief
as
icfaard I ^ n n i i i ^ n said it was
n
n e o f three o r lour carjacking
^
Ult th e suspect co m m ittra
^
fter th e shootinra. At an
tie
hrenlng news conference, he
^
lid th e suspect Is still t)elieved
ut
) b e driving th e Ifohda. but
w y h av e changed tiie plates to
to
t iyy to
t conceal
ay
I■n
h e sh o o tin g occiirred a day
irs
[ler th e judge an d prosecutors
aAei
Of
h aad
d requested extra security for
V.
< ep
^ iu tles following tiie dlscovin
ry o f th e sharp objects in
or
Ich o ls’ shoes, prosecutor
Id
ay le A bram son s m She said
Iy
I ”le® ob jects w ere apparently
cs
ahlonedbysharpenlngpleces
f
a
d
o
o
r
knob
assembly.
o*a*
u»
FF rreem an said the extra secule
ty th a t was requested by the
j.
rosecutor^
ofDcc
was
providP™®
1 H e refused to elaborate.
N
ichols'
attorney,
Barry
M.
4.
„N 1
nl
a z e n . told CNN tiiat his dieni
te
» oa “very Intelligent, articulate
0lan" a n d never seem ed viole
n t B u t h e acknoHiedged tiie
|>in c e ro raised by the s h ^ obj ec^ts fo u n d in his shoes.
Its
7 u d g e Bam es Indicated to us
Llthlat
a t h e w as going to have secuip
ty iin th e courtroom beefed up
rity
\’
f oirr tth e rem ainder o f tiie trial?*
st
s adidd HazeiL *We w ere m ost
in c e m e d w hat reaction we
tre
no u ld g et if a jury were to conv iaahl l m ."
D
Dire h e r said there w ere no
10
o th
kh e r ofQcers assisting w itii taking
I
g Nichols
to co u n otiier tiian
in
thle
e fem
i ale deputy. The law ree-
Tholowmaki
akos no distinction be8l«nb(tli(il»iI
8«ia t Uw beginning
Igo
tween a pers
srson wtto directly paitioond end of a trial
t) exptain the
he ects constituting a
lal thot
Ipateslntho
low In me caseI and
an< how Jurors
^ m o e n d apersonwho.eltlwfboaj
Miould evoluata
th«e evidence whon
> th
fore or during
ing Its commission. InreochlngovenJlct
olds, assists, facUlilc t
tentionallyoii
notes, encourages,-------------------lU r y n c c d s to — -iodc* Barry W ood«
od wtD tea ]wof*------- tates, promol
solicits, invites, helps cr.
on Moodsy that
th« nuy convict
d e d d e lf s h c c o u ld h a v e p a rtic t they
counsels, sol
ner to commit a crime
11
If they
hires onothei
ip ated by assisting
g \t h e killer,
Sarah Johnson of
of murder
r
)ugh evidence to
with Intent to
to promote or assist In
feel there's enough
th e Judge said,
dpatod In the
Its commJssIi
isIon.«Both can be found
* a tto r n e y s
6 ^ sM partidiM'
W ood told Sarah's
ontk»od(rcraAl
« crime. Mere presence
ishshe m ig h tn o t
guirtyofthec
oltboujh
th a t it was th eir dieeff e n s e th a t
Journalists can Mw get that
It
,
at, ocqulesce
scenco In. or silent coo1°
ssib ility tiia t
hove pulled thoI trigger.
trig
c a st light on d ie possl
|• kol
Q R < n ]■ b e^
s « n tto ,thee (panning or commisn m lt te d th e
tim «WHtlo«i
so m e o n e else comm
ts
W h e n an Associated Press
sion o fa c djlme
n Is not sufrwent to
Indcd them
“W M "":
m u rd ers. H e rem ind
;po rter ordered a LesdsNo^
[s
an
accomplice.*
repo
tnake
one
th a t th eir w itnesses
a 1h a d te sti;_________________
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repo
ix
:p o it this week, providing her
quires that defendants oin
n trial/e n te r
notbehandcufiledastiieye
the courtroom , to m akee ^ T O
th e s i^ to fc u i& d o e so itu i:
ly influence tiie ju ry
sh o n llieshootingocaiT T edsl
langed
ly after N k b u s h a d chai
m and
out o f his prison uniform
shootinto street dotiies. After ah
aid h e
Ing th e deputy, police sail
ly th a t
w ent th r o u g a walkway
iio u s e
leads into th e courthi
e rs are
w here tiiejudgelj cham ber
located, proceeding to3 g u n
dow n th e Judge a n d hisI ccourt
reporteL
r a e shootings took p la ce
— tiie
around 9 ajrL M d ay —
fo tu ih d ay o f Nichols*' itr ia l
Nichols h a d t>een facing; ai tetrial o n charges o f rape,r
Iseim sodomy, bursary, an d &lse
prisonm ent, am ong oithers,
tl
nfti»r his
trial ended
» lln a
h u n g iu ry a w ^ a m
'I tn in k h e p ro b & ly re a liz
l ed
d tills
... h e m i ^ t b e convuted
tim e, h e m ight n o t ha^
ave a
Fititon
chance to w alk out,” Fu
County E)istikt Anom eyy Paul
!ve h e
Howard said. *We bellevt
e n t lo
cam c here witii th e Intes
jperL"
malcesurctiuudldflfthapp<
Nichols w as accu sM
sd o f
bursting Into his ex-^rifrle
riend^
hom e, binding h er w itii1 id uct
ta p e a n d sexually assaul
luldng
h er over three days. Hov
ow ard
sold Nichols b r o u ^ t a Io£
hom e
m achine ^
into th e hi
a case
an d a 'c o o lb witii food In
i
he w as hungry
Nichols, w ho had beenIjailed
j{
for Uie last six montiis, h a d
n sIe n faced a possible life prison
e.
tencelfconvictedfbrrope.
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uldn't havo evidence item s w
wie r c k e p t
IdahoAttomeyGcner*
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Tllniij
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a
said allowing
she w asI aasle e p in th e th e p ro scjcution,
s h e w asn't covered In blood.
ublic records.
according to Reed ElseviecL
w 8som eone else th e jury to
0 ico n sid er aiding and
how
“T h e hypotheses3 **no
i blood
caiA o p t out from all
- 'Ih e coom anles o re soa
ome*
B—
p lan ted bullets abetting is
Is itm usuaL
■ *Ybu
*
3 tb o cm iIn a n d pi;
n o giillt' has always
le p u b lic records,” said Evan
n times callea data oggtegat
lators
XJ," W ood said to
‘T licd eefense
fi
tried to portray
told tiie at- andgottiierobc,'^
c u s t o m e ,' W ood tol
tendrlcks, au th o r o f 'Credit
It because tiiey pull InjSniatl
ation
the defense a tto
n eys.
tom
tim ttiio mn ui rd e rs w ere done tw
tom eys.
w jres a n d Credit Rroorts.”
.” from a variety o f sourcesI ea n d
unknow1n offenders," Birch
h a t Ihc caso
At one p o in t ddiu rin g Friday^
Acknowledging thai
Ilh |{ r Infnrm nrinn nvnlffthlo o
package it In casy-bM llg
Ugest
Saioh. v ^ o w as said. 'I n (hi
ta n lM c v I- proccedln®, Soil
tiiat light, w itiiout tiie
Is bttilt o n d rcu m ssta
e dossiers.
le d a ta brokers Indiides some
Sarah Johnson, these
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y in » iIn K je a _ ‘‘' 5 a i . t “ “ I e f e i ^ t % t a b l ^ h e l p o f Sa:
ttvers' records-and p roperty'fio m
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tw o attdm oys, u riknow1n'' offen d ers "Mlildn'i
andnoco n fessio n *fcW
,V oodreit- n e x T to h e r 'tw
icords.
p h o n e tx)o]% dlrecxory se
a a v‘
^
began sobbing(oann d jlg d in g h e r hoveconln:
p n ltte d th e crime.''
crated th a t there vras
T
>unty
t- Ice, voter registrations, com
The
lal w ill resum e a t 9
^ h e com panies hove *^ptcould havo
nervousfy, , c' ausing h e r
d e n c e th a t Ramh co
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n tord assessor an d recorder Inf
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Bush's idea o f sUdng bUUons
1 total less
■ dollars from the payments th
Ulon.
th an half that. $24 bDHo:
go to laige fann operadons.I
Committee
SenatcAgricultureCo
Senior .Republicans in both
bo
lambliss, RQ ia irm a n Sajdjy Chan
'G a ^ - - ^ > U ic f i e bilU
liUlcm'- fo o d
good place
>s u ^ stam p'prftgram is a go
sld ie s,..b u t they adamant
-tolookforsavlnra.
o ppose the deep cuts s o u p^ it by
1
vaste, fraud
T h e ie ^ n o t th e was
B u ^ to liold down futuic iixle
stamps
that
feder- a n d abuse in food stai
al defidts.
itnn u m berls
w e used to see. ...lh at
i 66p e r e c n t
T he president wants to low
lower dow n to a little over
lereuaw sy,
itcca n now;" h e said. "But there
th e maximum subsidies that
s
pt
b e coUccted cach year by/ aain y just by utilizing the; president
in come
up
num bers, that w c can
I
o n e form operation from
fro:
n bbertherc.
a l » w ith a significant num
$360,000 to $250,000. Kc> al:
towithdrow
5pcr.
B ushisproposlngtov
asked Congress to cut by Spc
in liunUlcs
10 h
ccnt all farm rayments, and
1 e fCHXl stam ps lor c a baln
oiene r govern^
w anH ta
loqpfapks that
ei V lalready re c d v ^ ,o thiwr
».
T he
tunfiy’-^'incnt.'': ~ assistance.
able'soiiKf giwvera fo annua)
m ates th a t
oUars adm inistration esdma
collect millions ■o f doUa
Lawmakers look.
to'MsefJ'Siijdfs
big-farm subsidie
Schiavo\refiisesj
Husband waiils tb
decide the fate of <
__ hraiiH lam aged^(
TAMPA. Flal (AP) — A ma
man
flghdng to have a feeding tut
rem oved from his brain*dan
dam*
aged wife o n Friday rejected
ted a
C ^ o m l a businessman's ofli
to pa y him $1 million (o give
u
v eup
[k jp fe ^
his r i ^ t to d e d d e h er medic
xiical w B g p v S ft
treatm ent.
T hiusday’s-ofrer. whicht th
tl^ e
/
. husb a n d ’s attorney labeledd"of“o
j |; \
fensive," cam e hours after,
Icr. a
fS M
judge refused lo let the state
itate^
social services agency interver
rvcne
mkM
— a m ove lhat w ould have
c di
de*
layed next week’s schedule
iulcd
w K
removal o f the tu b a
O ther such offers, indudir
^ding
o n e for SIO miliion.'had alreac
b e e n m a d e an d relccted k
M ld u d Schiavo, sala his atto
ittor- b e sto p p ed after Dndlt
idlng "d ea r
ney, George Fdoa.
a n d convincing" evldc
Iderjccthat
Tbrri Scnbvo's parents are
tr
'ctry*
sh e w ould n o t w ant: to be k ept
ing to keep h er alive, bi
tate.
b u t alive in h e r current stati
MichacI Sd^avo;com ends
Is the
Judge G coree Greercri denied a
h a d one?
his w ife!
(e D eportXehe
req u est W tn e state
w ould notlcccp h'eraUvelwaii
Familira to
f'ahir m c h t o f Children &Pa]
fid al m c ^ b ^ o n : sho suiTcn
)0 cdays so it
le ^
d e l ^ lh a t order for 60
___ a h e a rt aftad clS years a g a No
^ tlo n s ' o f
Now ..c a n ' investlgatc-allega
41, sh e h a s lived sincc then
ct ogalnst
en Iin
a b u se a n d neglcct
w h a t court-appointed doao:
ctOR
M ich ad Schlava
call a persistent vegetadve sta
statta
oUegadons
T h eju d g e said the oU
Even if the husband did wa:
walk h a d already been Invt
nvestigated
away, Felos said, there Is still
still a an d fo u n d to b c g ro uimdless.
nc
He
court order requiring removal
t
valof
said th e agcncy was ap
apparentiy
th e tu b e at ,I p.m. n ^ Friday,
lay.A try in g to p u lla n e n d nnum' a ro u n d
judge o r d e ^ th at the feeding
dings- th e co u rt by getting in«
Involved a t
Ihofo Is a b a c k lo g d chlW ron
(C hltdrsn tn f o s to r c a re
move m ore than doesrit hun
u r t becausc th e propla n w ould remov
waltlr)g to b o o d o p te d and onfy' ^flaofSopl.30.2002
y lean a n d doesn't give
300,000 people
ft
e from
the rolls gram^vcryl
}.6 porcont
of a d u lts who bogin< |
'
S32,00(
XKI
people enc
mough a n ^ o w . T he
3'®
I
a n d save $113 nillion
milli annually,
.said >M n im a l
benefits are
an k ss ilum people
, l\o adoption p r o c e s s succood ^ AwoAing adoption 126,000
' , C ham byss ,.sal
in
a
ri adopting
Q chUd. Most of those
tireeortdsofagrlneed.
changes in all thre<
Children
Bdoptod
In
FY
2002
•
idoptlng children oro aJrdady
<
Ing — nuultion.
The prog
ogram's n o t reaching
cultuic spending
63,000
elatives or f o s te r paronts.
even direeic-fifths o f d ie people
farm ^ p p o r ts andconservadon
aM
ij
A nd d ie abuse
„
— could save what^
wh£ needed. "1 w h o a re deligible
adoption
h ave
M
onths
c
h
ild
re
n
aw
aiting
adc
)c os
rate is ver)
:ry low an d is going
w an t this to be
a painless to
M)on tn c o n tin u o u s fo s te r cai
n AAm e ric a a sw c
downfurthc
her."
every fiirmer in
1-5 months 4,428
I
6-11 W««
esald.
Eric Bost.
Each block Is ono moniti
St. die Agriculture De*
Ead
c an m ake it," he
sa
BJSiiiL'llJillI
‘JumberolchiklronJntwld
112-17 13,062
get writers this
partm ent's
i*s im dersccretary for
N
ikt
H ouse budget
a
13.691
16-231:
Dc* food, nutrii
iridon a n d consum er
- w eek icd u ce d Agriculture
Ag
J)» trum a montti S33'
;
^ ■ ■
idlng for 2006 by
programs,, told
t
a House appro*
partm ent spendln
• 3 5 1 0 ^ ; ••
iclr counterparts
priatlons ppa n d th is w eek die
.
*$53 billion. Their
i i i i i r n i n i i i i i s n s i i n i y H i L J'
ai so elE dcnt now It
_j
In th e S enatecut
cutIt by $2.8 bil* programs; are
•posols
would
cut
wouldbcdL
diflicult
to
save
money
- lion. Bushes propos
2000 Jon. 2001
Jan. 2002 Scfit
Oct-D7 Jan.’lOoe Jan. 1900 Jan.SOOC
>pi
bytaigeting
ng waste an d fraud.
' • ____
farm spending; by
by S8 billion as
unS«ivica«
'URCE: OAMitmoAl ot Htiim an} Hunun
S
Rep. Terry
AP
rry Moran. R-Kan.. said sourc
calculated by the nonpartisan
nps are vital to many
food stamp
Congressional Budget
Bud OtDcc.
n d Senate plan to
Americans.
IS. 'b u t like all govern- " W ^
T lw H ouseand^
(grams, therc a re ways
o f the
ment progr
vote o n InldalI versions
vc
xk. .
tosavem oney."
or
■*
budget next week,
environChamblls
lUss a n d other RepubliA nd*hiuiger• and
a
heyarcopcntom odest
O
canssaythc
m ental groupsarevfonied.
are
rm program s, such as a
cutsln&irm
“P artic u lp iyIn
lnthe
i House, the
ass-die-boardcutinall
aDdng about tok- smallacros!
m em bers are taDd
s to growers. While
paym ents
ing all o r mlost
ost o f It from
'JEWYORK CAP) — The back-:Tlie repon’s lead rcsi-art
ircher.
/riteis an d lawmakers
NE\
budget wrii
nutridon," saidI Jim
Jin WfcilL pitsin rcffKatz.iormerlyhead«iRl:
Rliodi'
m states oppose die logI of
ol chiidrcn languislilng In
/ashington-bascd
from farm
• d e n t o f th e Wash
iRcmy,
ter care could b e sharply re-:- Island's state adoption urc
} Bush wants, they still foster
n d A o b n C e n - - d eepcutsB
Food Research aam
He and his colleagues sunt
ced if sta te ag endes weree
Ax-jvd
duced
way to do it that arevciymnuu d io n lh e ta b la
te t T h e r e isn'taaw;
aly/xd
morc
)rc,friendly a n d h dpful to0 m ore tlian •lO-states, anal;
It
federal daia a n d condiictL-ti
e d inupcctlvc pare n ts asking about
tervicws in Boston. Miami
li and
options, according to a new re-■rt which says fewer than onee
San Jose, Calif.
1
o f IBs
16 adults w n o jnakcjottiiil jn-1-.. . “T b.m e, it’s shocking."• Km
quirie
Irlcs actually ends u p ' sal3 lii a 'te le p h o n e Inturv
"There :ue kids In foslcr care
resiiya d ^ tj
r^e 1 ^ 1 m ajority give up "notIt Ing, ‘No one w ants m e’ andJ tldiore
ac ap t
b e ause
a u they don't want to. butIt are parents w ho w ant to ad
m e IU^aiently becausc they deddee saying, ‘Wliy doesn't aiiytjiu
appan
Michael Schiavo. notI to dail w ith a system dieyy nuTi my calls?'Cch•£^as^oo-frustraUng^bu-—
I------According-to-thc-iatcjt-fcc
ton, h M ta d ol
I * '” '
nl
ucratic a n d just plainn statisdcs, from 2002, nbmil
T dnlSclitao,
S iHcndly.’ th e Evan a Donald-I- 126,000 children were in fc
fosler
gpeaks a t a
sonAc
le n for
carc aiirailing adoiidoii, oftei
IAdopdon Insdtute says,
O d1 iiih e n ^ r t urges state agendess manyycjirs. Kougliiy 5.1,000
news confer*
The
Itifiter
Idren
wx're
adopted
from
It;
c
t
up
hodines
staficd
^>s-cllene»,followhig
• fosier
ned em ployees who providee carc. in most cases iiy tlu'irfc
tralne(
era) aipunent*
callers
[z sold
lers widi Irnmediate. encour-'- parents o r by rclaiives: Katz
In the Florida
o ^ ng
g ,responses. Throughout thee less dian 6 percent o f ilic 2•JO.OOO
J0
alxjiit
J- odier adult.s w ho inqtiinxl al
•cess, state employees shouldSupreme Court
proccs
ileiing
ve to avoid alienating appli-:- adopiion ended up conipli;
case on Aug. 31, strive'
Its, be cordial in broaching thee tlie process.
2004,taTalla.
ies —
K at/ said state agencic!'
le o f b a d c ^ u n d chccks, and1
h a u a o .n a .
recruii
vid e c le ^ i^ o rm a d o n . it said.L radier dian spending lo ret
;lioiild
Apti
i ptdim lnary version of the re-- ever morc applicants — slit
rocess •
portt d r c ^ t e d am ong adopdonI fociu on m aking d ie prm
ifessionals la st year, and al*• m ore welcoming, even tin
profes;
w
rcady
dy has ha d o n im pact Barb0 die nccessary screening toI wtv<l
:e Kiid
Itan. director o f a n nv federalII out unsuiiable parents, lie
Holton
.^•nied
iaUve called AdoptUSKids. at least one state agency .seei
inidatl
Ing erI dthe findings prom pted herr to deter applicants hy fin
s a id
gram to form state recmit** printing th e m a t dieirr first
there are? m edical advances progra
this late stage.
nt response team s widi diee orientation meeting.
lg a ro u n d d ie globe nient
intem ahappening
T he case h ass drawn
dr
lio iald
Forfosiercluldren.-analie
II
of
providing
"basic
good
could have a goal o
an, particularly Uiat very shortly
si
tional attention,
ieetiw
tom er services’ to prospec-:- ing experience for a p'roMiei
npactonTbrri'scondlIS conscrvaUves,
posithrelmF
am o n g religious
c
L’reiice
parent can m ean d ie ditfen
jparcnts.
lin g sald .
‘ivBju
upportlng d ie
tion," Henir
w ho are supp
iiiicerWb recruit a n d recruit (par-'- behveen alife spent in die un
Its.
Herring’
i’s s ofi'er is valid until
wom an's parents.
5). and d ie n w h en people call11 tainty of tem poniry liome^ and
lo a state- ®nts)^
an
Monday, according
ac
San DiegoI businessm
1
)ernuii*
die
lovinK
e
m
brare
o
f
a
per
y
^
treated
less
than
cnthusi*
Tl his attorney. Gloria ““w™
& who
founded
m enl from
Robert H erring
v
caPy," she sa id Friday.
' _ nent family." die report said.
a n . electronicsi com
cc pany a n d .. A llred.......
^ospecti\iveparentts
ace delayi toadoppt
1millionIoffer S
chanlater a cable anidd satellite
s
n d . said h e feltI "compelled’'
“o
to
transfer
try to have the fiusband
husI
th e legal rightt to
tc decide his
wife’s m edical treaunem
trea
to die
3Bob and M ary
parents,
Schindler.
iry strongly dial
"I believe very
;s
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rlday
V i H B
pickcd physicist M ichad GrilQ
rUQn H v
to lead NASA a s it prcparcs to
t
R sl .V V B H I
re su m e space shuttle llil^^ ti s
a n d tries to m eet the Wnll
m e
H ouse goal o f sending astrc
;stro*
i—n a u ts b ack to th e m oon Ini .th
th c —
decade ahead.
If confirm ed by the Scnati
nate, Jack Whittaker and bis
Is v
w ita Jewflll a re Intervtsw ed on Nl
GiiQln would becom e dte spac
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agency’s llt h o d ministnit^r.
Members c
Congress Irr
m e d i a tiec l y ,
n N B C 'iT h o
f .j .
praised th
p re s id e n t'
tn New York.
cholcc, as dl
VFathers!sues lotto wil
nrongfuldes
allegesw
inner,
CHARLESTON, W/a.
Wl CAP)—
S cottD epot.
'I h e n i^ tb c f o rc ,
. P* T ho businessm an v *10
o 'won th e
George Wash
nation^ rid ie st undM{
Ihrfded lot- th e lawsuit. TMbb
I n g t P0 P
:
ic ry ja c k p o tw a ssu e clFrldayby
dF
d ru ffla tth e h o m e '
U n iv e rs ity
nager w ho old Brandi Bragg, \
“ ,y' ® th e f iith a o f a tecnas
oUcy
o f a ,ipjg overdos
lo se at h is passed o u t o n abet
,
h o m einS eptenlbeL
said. Braggleft him
■I've know n Mike for a Ion
brc,accordingto
long
T h e w ro n ^ u l death
Ith law suit o f seeking medical
tim e a n d have a great deal o f tl
said lessc foe THbble
le ■
was led “sh e k n e w h c w aIbble
sa had u le d
m ewith 17-years p c c t for. liim a s a kind
c
? ®* aslnw:
Jack Whlttak
taker’s late ia u e d a n d ill fron
Innovative thinker, real cnthusi . p an d d ad ^tC T , and it sald_he_ U l e ^ d i ^ ’ . « W hen Tribble
~~ a st fidlofeneigy,'Logsdon #ai£
^ e d . die lawsuit
*“ d. a h o u ld 'h a v e exercIsc*
Ised' m dre
■'Bm ffi w e d 'IcM
'H is biggest challenro Is con*
con
controloverhersInccBh
rsh ew asln m o n th sla tc tT hlim
e o therelnstead
ical hdp. though
v in d n g Congress that tho
th
hiscustody.V/hittakcrpj
r promised h as n o t be en deten
BsseverdylntCKpresident's vision w ould be
be. a t o f l ^ t t h e c ^ b y l nnibbled
b
foH ie law suit accu
^ m; die u se o f
national vision, that it’s die right
tl^
th er.Ilm m y'Ittbble.TIT
ll lbedead crofn e ^lg cn cc,sa
w ay for th e program to pro
pro- o n d g o n cto h eH b efoic
icth e g e tso o r sh o u ld have .
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cced." Logsdon added. •
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By Erika NIedowski
Tha Baltlmorfl Sun
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n - n O M li C O U N I-Y ~- T1 h e
b a r b e d w ire a n d w a ic h ulomw e rs
. a r c tto n e . ilic itiililiiry p o lic e
.
b u ild i n g rL-tliiCL-il lo a s »to n e ■
ro u n d n lin n .
Fo r m o rt; tiu m (iO years.
irs. Ihe
f o rm e r M in id o k a in te r n m
in e n l
.
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c a m p h a s re m a in e d e tc h e (d in
( h e m e m o ric .s a n d im ua g iin a m
a
n
y
t io n s
of
im
lu ji.in c s c -A m c ric a n s a s u‘ <ieso<i(’
la te a n d m e n a c in g pince.
:e. llul
a lm o st
coday. ih e siie b le n d s aim
se a m le ssly in io a s e re n e lan
la: d s c n n e d o ii e d by c lu m p s o)ff trees
(r
a n d low hills b e y o n d .
O n h e r w ay h e re lliis Ji
June
m o m in K , le n iY a m a d a b riisl
a few sim p le .strokes imiio
o
s k e tc h b o o k lo c a p lu r e th e
sc c n e . S h e lias io n n w o n d c
n in d w h a t h e r m o th e r a n d gf-ni
m o th e r fell a s ilie y a rriv e d i
g e n e r a f io n s
Sow. nn:
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mote ih o o ts video during a family
th e m e.xplore ih e la nudi o n ieni Yamatla of Baltlmol
s t rem aining t r a e u of th e cam{
Ity. The low sto n e w alls a » th e la ti
w h ic h th e y livi'i* d u r in g W
W(orld ment In Jerom e County.
W ar II. Ihii leni siay.s c lo si
se to
h e r m o d ie r, M iisu y e. close
o s e IO I
, ~J
th e canipV « n ie -iim e e n ira r
w liic h c o n ia in s th e lew lai
b lc r e m n a n is o f w h a t u-sed IO
be.
u ld e r
.
S h e re s is o n a b a s a lt boo iil
in th e o r n a in e n ia l ro ck g:ar<len,
a rd
leriiuitiic h a n d iw o rk o f a n in ie
ri
w h o o w n e d a la n d s c a p e d e s
b u s in e s s in S e a ille b efo re ■lie
w a r c h a n g e d e v e ry th in g . T
'I he
g a rd e n h a d disappe.-ired in |1
u n til a re c e n i e x c a v a lioin
n uni
'•lin
c o v ered
ils
sto n e - lii e d
nm ent K itio na i Monup a lh iv a y s . O ilie r a riifa c is In
th e tiig o lle tc d a g lin ijise ii
mp’i police building.
alle d
th e w o rld ol ih o s e w h o ccai
—
thi.s p la c e h o m e : j)ie ce s o f a
n
w h ile c e r a m ic g rav y how l
Aa
lU-lO L in c o ln p e n n y , a few
l
m
s e a s h e lls ih a i a la p a n e
/\i n e r i i a n so ld ie r h a d -seni his
im p r is o n e d la lh e r lio m ov
se as.
le n i w o n d e rs: (lo iild e n o iu g h
Jen i Y amada,
d i n a n d ditsi rea lly havi-■aaci
cc u m ;u w h a t r e m a in s of
o f the
i place
e an
really th e size
a: d sh a p e o f h o w th eslu right, h e r rao tN r,
m u la le d in jiisi W) y e a r s m
ihcy th in k th e ir
‘It lo o k
w h ere ih e g o v c m m ent
e n i held her
th e ir space (the)
c o n c e a l th is piaceV It.se e;n
n is
is l o . - in o tiie r a n d 13.000 oil
t lalar
^e r); how th e healed -the M ltiu y » .8 1 ,« n d
others. She
room w as a bit
h e r l i k e a m e ia p h o r lo r lliis
l ip
rra n g ed (Jeni’s . “Healing1 f Uncle Tosb-Yasol is ir
h a s w a n te d to feel
\
;I what
her
cots w ere arrai
— tlie ili^ g e rs ' in e iieriilo
iilf u s
m bers b ein g in ahead, oAu ta k e eh ara th a
m o th e r remembi
m o ijie r felt, livingininan unlnb r u s h in g aw ay o f ih e e a rth
that theret o e ip e r ie n c a a t
th e com er),
th .,
Mulaied r o o m In ad crude,
N ea rb y , le n i’s e ld e s t ssio n ,
w o o d e n barrack.s,Today,
odi if only
ma* left behind,
T h e strong, silver-haired
sllvt
P® Minidoka te te n v
A aro n , s ia n d s a lo iu ', abso>rbing
rb !
Miisuye,
ITie land
fur a few m in u ic s , ihe;vlll.
sh e
trlarch o f the famity.
fan
^
m en t c am p .
tlie la n d s c a p e lin o u g hh a n
T lic Id a h o F a rm aan
folding
docs look
nd Ranch
01, sits o n a portable
por
I
.
-
I
.
I n t e n u n ei n
n tn d a tto r
ly
cUlmed.but<MiipurrBdby
Itu
k*eu t(M O riw 6 0 M .a l|n « liv
•t»oepr«judto*.ti«tImelifite
Pfiildert
ftanWln D. RoosiveR
Pn
ly
•ndcfUluraofpelttiotliaadei
de^
' on Feb. 1 9 ,1943. paved the twy
iNp.'
ftr tha laigeit forced relocationI
Pw eM U bertiM A otoflSea
«a
. on American toll,
iutriorized payment of 120,00
000
t a u tb e iM deelfnatlcn of millKai
Prtsltary
t«5 artaa frem wtileh'any andI . toeatfidetalnM .lnl990.Pn
dent OeorfeH.W. Bush
all persona may be excluded.*
Bill
m '
epologtek: *A monetary turn
Du
DunngWortdWflwIl,
120,000
it&r« .
tndtvonlaakMWCtrwotrwt&i
men. women and cNIdrtn of
lost years o r e ra stp a ln ftjlmT*iemJapanese d e eoenttw othlrdaI
>
o rtes.... We c a n never ftiDyrli
r^
ofthemU.8.
citizens— were In­
on
the wrongs o f th e p e a t But:»e
M '
terned.
ten
can take a d e a r stan d for j uutice
t
n m t , Presklent fbrd repealedd
^
and
recognlza
th
a
t
sertousinli
m
iue-.
tt>e order, calling M . 19,1942.
tieei were d o n e to . '
■
a 'sad day* In U,8. hlitory. tn
JapeneseAmertcena during
1883, a congressional commI»'
WorMUarll.''
slon found that the Internment ‘
M
lew ecfTTM eaftlm ore:
eSun
was net a •military necessity* as
U
!S.
im m on b o n d o f memories.
re
0 y ou rem e m b er th e d ay we
or
ft Seattle Jn 1942, a half-year
ter
H arbor Day?
'H ie la st n fgbt {n S e a tt^ o ui r
ir
mliy slep t o n th e floor o f otir
IS
>mes beca u se everything was
[n
Lher p acked o r in stozage. In
e m orning, m y parents, mty
y
be
o th e r a n d tw o sisters, th e six
le
I nus.
l lugged o u r bags to the
le
reet
tt>e co m er o n lOth a n d Lane
A
reet
a ': w here t h e bus w aited. A
to
oup
i » o f friends w ere there to
s,
etloi
u s ofL W e boarded th e bus,
fe
id I sa t b e side m y m om . We
m aU too d re d to diink o3rr .
3rry.“
fil
T hese are th e stories Jeni
III
ngs to hear, th e ones d iat will
y.
m ain forever in h e r memory.
after
ill
3T above,
th e swallows are stiB
l
iling.
famU
tIb k u d a g oes om ‘As w e sethomi
ly
•de dow n, th is unfriendly
d tb
e.
b e c a m e o u r hom e,
th rrain
e i:
ly
u m eba m lyako — if vre stay
broti;
ts
o fng
lue n o u ^ in a place. It starts
±
feel U keTiom e.'as Papa said,
ime n l ^ t s w e sa t o n thle
e
™ )op a n d gazed a t th e stars. AD
J]
le
seee u sta rs In th e tm lverse
id.
a nedml ed to b e spaikiinA and^
e sky w as never so c l ^ o3rr
were
imense.”
won;
leni’s U n d e Tbsh Yasutake is
’ himself, b e h b id th e rows ooff
longs
ts
airs, in a b lu e T-shirt th a t lists
rema
1*
e na m e s o f a ll! 0 Japanese in*
^ m m e n t c a m p s. U n d e Joe
IC
0,
iid
b lhis so n Paul, from Tbkyo,
Q.
tiem
d d together: I t o so n Adam,
, do c u m e n ts th e scene w ldi a
te r r a
}•
ie o c a m era , w hile his 19a
ar*old b ro th e r loson moves
lassum lngly a roim d thle
e
seeking just th e r i ^Itt
S oounds.
mi
:^e s for th e pictures h e is
ootlng.
1Flm A zum ano, a d ty adm inth e s
immi
11
Istrator In Id a h o w hose mo
nother
idoka,
was in te r n e d a t Minldi
thanka th e N isei w ith words
Wl
that Jeni is n o w fteling ina
inside;
m ffh
‘IbuV e given u s tb e stzen
VfcfrenowprtmdofoiOTdv
dves.'
mbe*'
The s u n e dg es o u t from
Isging
hind th in c lo u d s, brisj
w a n n th ,a s lfo n c u e .
S k rifle m e n from a local
Ii
lessed
American Legion p o s t dies
in w hite sh irts a n d blade:pants
pi
and caps, m o v e aw ay fiom
imdie
crowd, p o in t t h d r guns to
to the
skyandflre.
p has
So m u c h o f dils. trip
place In h e r minri,
d. her
ndlls*
h e art Besides t o u ^ and
e has
tenlng to sto rie s, there
b e e n u t d e t o d o a t d i e s ldte
ti —
nothing to t e a r d ow n or build
b
u p .H iere w lll b e ta lk o feerect*
r
ing a p e rm a n e n t memo:
lorlal
pcm aps o n e inscribed, as
1
AMltsuye suggests, w ldi th e values
val
ofthe im m igrants once Imf
nprlstraint
oned here: E n r y a Restra
Gaman. Perseverance. Gan!
mbatte. Hang In d ie ie. O r one
i
lethat
Uelecom plem ents d ie natural
m ents. ro c k a n d vrater,
ws
something physical that m
n tte
change o v e r tim e from
to u d io fth o s e v 4 io visit
I h e p ilg rim s board the
le b u s
flgntn lo r th e rid e bade to
to die
hotel a n d d ie n back to} dieir
t!
daily Uves. Jen i ta is s a seat
I
It next
le.bus.
to b er a l s t ^ HedL A s the.
roQs alonft th e y flip thro
ir o u ^ ‘
die pages o f C am p rMtes.ti
i.d id r
oems.
m o in m first book o f poe
They h av e re a d die se U
11 n e s ~
countless tim es b e fo re but
bu so
many o f t h e w ords have
i
e new
m«H»nlng
h t o o k Jeni Yamada a1 1long
time to g n to Mbddoka.
a. But
now, a s h e r jo u rn e y contlni
ioues,
ahe will a h v ^ take it with
h h1 e t
a riis t's e y e . i h i ' 2 'l-y e a r-o ld
f
Id fills
M u se u m is lu c k c dI near
n
Ids court before m orning, .
'l\vin
chair an d holds
h is p a d a s h e lo o k s p a st thlee irii rih ters a n d grand- brown and
i-alls b e h in d th e Flyini
»dng I Itavel
h er sons, daughte:
g a tio n
canal
to w a rdd
a
p ia /a , a t ih c ju n ction
lio t of two
rails se ein g h e r Rows o f HcJ
sons. S he recall:
M
fa r in h o u s e . o im - p a ri o)ff th
t e
rouched ben e ath
have been
h ig h w a y s, n o l far
f
r from
the
litde broihercroui
m ilila rv p o lic e h e a d iji ia:iru
i u 'rs,
M in id o k a c a m p ,
.
the barracks on h o t su m m er rock.gardei
byU
■O f f in tlie tl is ia n c e is w h ere
•re h is
T h e m a c h in e r y’ scatiered
s
surely grlmage'sI <
days w ith hisi friends,
fri
r^Btr
g r a n d m o th e r livetl ( h ir inigg h1 e r
a ro u n d its g r o u n dIss makes
i
)m e k in d o ftc iii- Jcni can't 1
it
c an y in g o ut some
then,
in le r n m e n l. in B arra ck s >I1.
lututt
they w ere ju st swallowspdli
! ( i o k s o m e t h in g lik:eaajunkyard,
|
blc m ischief. B
I'or n e w r o iiie is M tch a s len
le i.
u n til ll s in k s in th a t these
tin hulks
out. It abovehern
playing cards, Itit turned
t
ilte h a d changed.
il is d iflic iili to e n v isi
is io n
o f m e ta l — a n o l d l racior.
rac
TO below.
A flve-mi
a hay
w as cooler down
I
* 8 Uko nM ure h a i
M in id o k a th e w .iy il w as. S
Soi
om e
d errick , a h a rv e s terr —
- ate the
v a rm .a n d a fle ra
cludbig h eJ la n d , ■h e offers.- <e
T his day is won
w h o lived h i’re a n d h a vve
e reh e a rt o f th e ex lilb ll.. ApproachA]
Ide, the building veterans o ffor m e is m oving
sh o rt lim e inside,
Itir n e d o n th is p ilg rim a g e >
a re
lu g o n th e b u s , th ise
o sewith Jeni
pping outside Is slo;vly: o )ut
ne ahvays know ing
is stilling. Steppli
d is a p p o in ie il lo lln d it no
w so
low
o n (liis p ilg rim a g e peer
pec out the
flag. T h e se
. lib erating
2^
p ieces a n d p arts ^
fe rtile a n d g te e n . T h ey w;
inT\vln
Falls th a t m om ent of
w ant
w in d o w s a t tlie windmill
ind
and
A tth c h o te lin
T
vi.silors lo se e th e hle ak
ikii'
ness
iiic first lo g c a b inI in
ir Jerome
This day
night. It seem s:som
sor ehow fitting
ndscape a t Minidoka
a n d d n s t th e y knew , th e j)l;
p la c e
C o u n ty , c o m p le t e^ with
w
been asked to th e lsse ivk^ beautiful th o next S
outd ia tM ltsu y e hlOs
a sl
th e y le l t w as liirg o lte n byCii
y tifd .
h o u se .
telliiigsessionby
Nisei who
o p e n th e storytelli
, a m ixture o f ha y
|L
■Hiis M in id o k a ilo e s ii’l s e■cm
e m so
A sid e f ro m v isith
litlng here,
reading som eooffUie
tl w orks th a t m em beiinj
n d sh a d es o f green.
'
bad.
lo iirin g a b a rr a c k s nnow
o x Is nearhave m ade her
er ac well-known generation
chairs a n d a lectem
ly____ im p o s s ib le ___
_______ i w le n i. th e fee lin g is m
n no r e
__ without___ Aslan-American
m ppoet.,__________ chUdrcn-JU
;n arranged n e a r the
c o m p le x , i r i i a s titk e n11 h1 e r
tr e s p a s s in g . T h ough
u g l soihe
A m ong thelast
lostto speak is a
dren
je n for this, th e pU>
w h o le life to get h e re . N ow
ivv sf h e
w e re d e m o lis h e d after
a
the
professor from
1 SeatUe
Se
Unlver- great-granr
5 d o s in g cerem ony,
Is n o i s u r e w h a i it ail miiean
e a s.
c a m p c lo s e d in IS-IS.
194 m any
sity, Larry Maisuda.
atsi
B o m a t never iaiow
t help b u t th in k th e
'H iis is h e r first d a y a t th e c an
am p ,
w ere m o v e d a n d converted
o
M inidoka to ppa ren ts w ho journey the
dipping a n d swerving
a n d s h e wilt h a v e to go fu
u rrdd ie r
in to b a rn s , o th e r farm
f a r buildw ould never get
ct over
o' th e ir tim e
here,
r m ea n so m e th in g
still b e fo re s h e Ih u is o n i.
in g s o r e v e n h o m e s,>.
there, h e sayshhee cam
i e h o ping
Jeni croii
m an color guard. In*
Jc n i Y am ad a 's jo u r n e y to
T h is o n e Is co v ered
red In black
for o n e thing:aahealing
hi
cxpcrlsuye an dJapan ese-A m erlcan
M in id o k a b e g a n lo n g a goI — o n
la r p a p e r, r e s to re d to
t o look
:
as it
ence.
m other’s ofW
fc orldW arn. enters
D c c 7, H M l. th e d a te la pla
a nnte se
d id d u r in g th e w ar.
. AAhundred
In th e audience
nee, Jeni nods.
l ^ a Toki
ne bears a n Am erican
fo rc e s b o m b e d I’e a rl Marl
la r b o r
tw e n ty fee l lo n g ,h Itcontains
M a tsu d a tiad
h a d w o n d e re d
back to the
service t>eglns w ith a
a n d k ille d m o r e th a n 22.:^
,:'iuo
w h a t w o u ld h a v e servcd
e r\ as six
w h ether tho acam
m p site w ould Japanese ofsU
ar enca
A m e ric a n se rv ic e m e n . W
Vill
ithin
• 'a p a rtm e n ts," s o mee no
r bigger
strike him thse sam
sc e w ay th e canslromlyS is ab o u t honoring .
h o u r s o f th e d e v a s ta tin g aiitac
lta k .
th a n 20 f e e t b y 16 feet,
cet.
G ra n d Canyon
o n o n c e did:
*Slxty-twi ore go n e .an d the
h e r g r a n d f a th e r , a se lf-n
m ia
ade
in o n e r o o m sta nids
d s on ori^ S ta n d ln g at th2eedge,
cd h e looked o f us rn»rf»
:o rem ain, a b o u t re­
im m ig r a n t a n d v e te r a n govei
Dvernn n l p o tb e llie d stove,
'e, tlie only
dow n into th Je vast
va space, n o t that was jig
uti tho sacrifices both
m e n t e m p lo y e e , w a s arresi
re s te d
m e a n s o f h e a t d u rin
Ingg Mlnldoknow ing w hattotofeeL Instead, Iilsiory o f>ns
oi m ado fo r th e k
a n d la te r im p r is o n e d b excaa ui s e
ka's u n fo rg iv in g w in
mers.
tc Three
at M inlaoka. le
h e wvas struck b y g ^ 'w e wo in d .thclr-grondchll-__
th e FBI c o n s id e r e d hlim
im a
c h lld -slze c h a ir s , crafted
ra f
from
and
th e
Time to rcmodd the kxdien? Consider
ader Ki:AMa>dfirs. KhfiMakl
tJirc at. T lie h is to ric d a y s e t in
sc ra p s o f w o o d foLUid
u n t around
r "
jid c h ild ren
they'll
m o ti o n a sim ila rly h is to ric
u
ic aci:
cjim p , a ie lin e d u pby
by(he front
the indusoyleader in quaiiiyand innKtt
mdoahasviiTualVeNcrythingyou need
si
}w. It is also a b o u t th e
• th e s ig n in g o f lix c c u tlv e Or<ier
On
w all. In a n o th e r room
o ir ore Qve
_____________________
to oeac die l^cchen ofyourdreaiTB:i
hey tiave taken to get
—— 9 0 6 6 r th e d e c r e e th a t- le d tt oo th
I e — s h a f c y - c o t- f t n m c s -rustcd-iind—
mi
p B H H IIlB I
■ Ower ICO door aylej
i m e r n m e n i o f 120,000 p)e
e o |p le
b a re , s e t s id e b y sldi
next to Mlt- k U
S
Idaho’s E xclusive Steinway & ouches
o f J a p a n e s e d e s c e n t, m o sstt o f
a p a rt.
■ Six beautiful wooddspedes
spi
id liste n s a s h e r
th e m U .S .'c iliz e n s. d u r inig
g die
l
• Walking aro u n d here,
he Jeni's
"
form er c a m p mate.
■ ThlrtyKwofinniaire&
reSnbhes
^ 'T o experience the
w a r. N ev e r b e fo r e a n d n e v' e r
U nde Joe Yasutake,
1
c. who
was
■ More than 50 a y bofdtaxathehadware
teo
^ instrum ent all others ikuda, ca rrie s them
sin c e h a d so m a n y civilia
Lilians just a boy w h en Inter
tem ed, gets
le m a sse v n c u a d o n o f
■ A conplece selection
b e e n fo rc ib ly r e lo c a t e dd on
a n e e rie feeling he: can't
a
quite
B striv e to be, play a J and Japanesc>Ameri*
donofdecnadvemokfingi
A m e ric a n soli.
describe. T h e family
lily f i n ^ it
^ S S j BI T
S teinw ay today. I S eattle
Hundiedj of decotatw and spocesawj
mng cpitXBend innToKe stot!^ Itxions
F o r y e a rs, Jcni. w h o live
vess in
e a sie r to trdk a b o utt more
m
con| IF f ■
w o years ago, m any
Mxi'woxne to the r | ^ pbce
n o r t h B a ltim o re , h a s w a n te d to
Crete tilings: w hedier
ier dlls was
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A third g m tn t lo n M tifn t,, 2nd
2n( U . Eart SpMchlay who wfll
[]| a tten d th e fiOth in n lv a rsary of
tti Battio of
ma back to Ufa
Okinawa, FHday. TIt'o
two Aina, I t pboto g rip tied In Glnowan,
(
It'e irem ote, vdleanlo c ra g wUI coma
tMiiy, i t h u n d n d s o f A m oilct
th#e bloodloft,
dean* and J a p a n m gatlisr for’ th
tlxe 6 0 th a n n lv e ru ry o f ono of'th
tn d m ost i]rntboIIo, b t t t l e It of World War II.
a t iq3N
]
;
ESCONI
iNDIDa Callt (AP) — H
Laid o uLitt In rows stretching
longer than
th
a football fielo,
l , m pal
tairs o f block m ilitary
boots gav
ave a sunsplashed p ark H
e t somber m ood o f a M
th e qtHet
' cemetery.
ry.
H
*1110 tra
traveling exhibit a rem inderof
o fth eU .S .tioopslostIn B B
I ra o , orrh
rived o n d ie W m Coast - .Q b
this week
^ a sd h rlitv e o sth e w o r ■
Itself— especially
et
for th e famllies o f tl
th e fallen m e n a n d
w om en.
Ib so mmie o fth e families, It b a
cathartic,
c, fitting m em orial h i a ■
nation they say seem s largely
anesthetii
tiz ra to th e pa in o f a
d is tw t W
I For o t h ^ it% a n
wac
outrage! torm enting th e m In I H
th d rg rleefif
m ieitra
trtj a difference betw een
em ando Suarez dal Solar puta a» n o te of rem em branea on th e boota
bo<
honoring
Ig our fallen an d ushig
, ,
f hU io n Marin* Corpa Lanca CpI.
CpI. Ja au a Suarez del Solar aa par
« r t of
th e m a sIppawns," said Georgette
Frank, vm believes th e eimiblt thItaa lEyea Wide Open axMbK aet-up
E-up In front o f th e San Diego Coun
lunty
defruned
d tiie m em ory o f h e r idml
)lego, W ednesday.
dmlnistratlon building In San Oleg
son, M art
u lne Lance
PhiUIp
h e r s o a felled by a sniper's
fsbulFrank, by
by linUns h im w ith a n
le t last year b Fmlujah at ag
age20,
anti-w arir agenda h e never
66
w as com m itted to brin
inghig
w ouIdha\
lave supported.
-nje-Ey
I
freedom
an
d
dem
ocraq
icy
to
Eyesw ide Open’ exhibif
it, createi
te d by th e A m erican
“If ...they’re offended
^*^^?iow can I be against die
h e war
Committee, a
Friends Service
S
by it, maybe they
vrfien tills Is w hat my sonII went
\
of the pacifist (Quaker
to d o r sh e asked. "And
id you
began its nationwide
should be.
jQuj 1^ 'qChioigo
,
know Vi4uit. h e succeedec
led on
w idi 500 boots
th e Sunday w hen the Iraqis
It
— th e n the
thi warls death t o l
vouxi"
Theexh
xhlblt arrived In dow nChristine M.Dybcvikof(
if Coos
n Diego on Wednesday.
CIntfy
Shethan,
w
hose
_
8 _ Bay, Ore.. w as angered thai
la i die
M was limited there b ^
ton died In Iraq]
h a m e o fh e rso n ,M a rin c L
Lance
cause o ff \w hat the county an d
CpL Gary Van Leuven, was
i
ISused
organizen
n s sold was a mlsimw
ith
o
u
t
h
e
r
permission.
1. Van
ding over a p e rm it It mgj;
mins arrive In flag-draped casLeuven,
20,
was
killed
lost
st
year
ved Thursday to Escon- kets.
ets.
I along
d ld a n o rtl
rth eastofS anD iega
Tff som e people look a t it and hia flc rce C g h tin H u sa b aa
T
N ine fa
families hove donated they
leyte offended.by It miwlx! tiieSyrian border...
" T f e road back from hi
heUis
th d r s o nis’m
^ ilitarybootsforthe they
ley should be," she said. 1 ^
f.. h ard enough vvithouthavlr
ling to
exhibit, ah
and others have provid- inI uunbearable pain every scce d d m e aand su pport M ost o f onnd
d o f every ooy because oo ff defend m y son's n am e inlaap o ty litical arena," Dybevlk. ssaid,
•th e boots
ts come n o m m ilitary orily
nly one pair o f tiiosc em pty
^ "O ur sons m ade die ultir
timate
stores.
- boot
Mts.’
^
sacrifice a n d diey did it foi
for die
’ Sheehan calls th e exAt
About two d ozen families,
^
A m ericanw ayoflifeondno
not for
hlbit a wo
.vondciful m em orial to ' howi
owever. have asked th a t their
^
som e political view."
h e r 2 4 -T*ar-old
^
son. Army S p a iov«
ived o n e ^ nam es b e removed
It.
Fernando Suarez del Soboior of
Casey heehan. w ho died last from
om die exhibit T he commit^
Escondido supports die cxl:
x h ibit
y ear in an
m am bush in Sadr Gty. te€e ssold it removes nam es from
^
a
n d d o n ated tiicb o o tsw o rm b y
She has lc
left tissues, notes an d thtce Iboots on re q u e st a lth o u ^
Suarez
Id h is son, Lance CpL Jesus Su
mdny teai on th e boots lhat thtee inam es arc still read aloud
del Solar, 20, who was' killed
k
b e a r h e r sson's n am e a n d p lans durij
Liring events.
3.
during d ie March 2003 bac
raq into donate
.te his boots later tiiis
Pn
Frank said she an d h e r husg,
v
a
s
l
o
a
m onth.
and believe th e "naive" pcacc
banc
"We don't need more er
Sheehar
ian.w hoU vesinV acav- mow
lovement only e n c o u r a ^ in■^Q boots," Suarez del Solara !
iile,
1 Itiie exhibit Is also a surg'
irgents hi Iraq w ith the
jj. "Wc need the people insidt
Idc die
fittlngrem
m in d e rh ia n a tlo n th a t mesi
lessage lhat c o n tin u ed vio^
shoes
h om e witii diclr fimi
unilics
h a sb a n hhed
c m edia coverage o f leno
nce will lead th e U nited States
Jd in peace."
A m erica^'
1%war d ^ a s d ielr te toI withdraw
wi
its troops. She said
99
lanese vetei;ransmark(60th ™
U.S.,Japa
ary of battle
le on Iwo Ji
lima “
amiiversai
r*
_____
dnaw a r ^ —
—
CAMP BUTLER. O kiiu
.1
(AF) — As o n island. itSs got
jo tju
] st
W
about nothing TOlng fo r iiLt h ^
tiny, covered
r o u ^ lu
jurM e
■
and pockcd vrith cavea^f There
Tb
ate n o hotels, n o beachs
■chside
cafes. Outside o f severalJ hhiu n . >
d ied Japanese soldiers, no
(10 one
(
has lived there fo r decades.
es.
.
- '
But for M arine 2 n d LL
I
-L Eari
■
le stuff
Speedil(v. hvo Jim a Is the
e
otleg e n d
“
;
olcanlc
■;
i]
TW w. die rem ote, voica
a n g wm com e b ack t o life,
liliB, as
I
N,.;
hundreds o f A m ericaniss an
« d
h.;
lapanesfl m ark th e 6 0 tthh ai n _
n h w sa ty o fo n o o fth e b lojodicst
od
Lfc~
— and m ost sym bolic— battles
bat
ofW bridW aitt
For w eeks, ' ^ e e c h l e y an
s d k P I^ S B k
dceens o f M arines stotionec
in e d a t B b b s S S S S
'o been'
..........
thlsbos&onOUnawaliavDbi
vToiking o tit Ith e 'logistics
Ite the
1 Anterlean
u i*
u i . M i i i n .i o t til. 28th.
a t Regim ent. S th Division, false
hostingi ckteily veterans,J ' t^
J l ’s U mm ie a g a i n f o r t h e A ml e r l c a n C a n c e r S o c i e t y
948, fllo photo..................
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1
e
v
e
n
'
flag
atop
M
t
SorllMChl,
chi, Iwo Jtm a, In th is Feb; 2 3 , 1948
-------fomiUes) journalists 'a n d ei
th e com m andant o f thie
e US.
I
Strateglealty located1 only
or 6 6 0 m iles from Tokyo, th e»PacH1cUtand
^
Pa
M ailneO ups.
bocanift the site of one
me of th e b lo o d iest, m o st famous
b
us battiM of
The assignm ent — and
: Japan.
!Tn»M- W orldW arllagalnitJsi
trip to Iwo it b t i n ^ — is con:
Q cd a n honor.
the following August,
st, after o ne b y tim e.
Two Jim a w as th e defln
eOning m o re bloody battle,
Je, o n OkiIts fam ous blad
)Iack‘sand beachm om ent o f the M atln e Cor]
!^rps,
naw a,
ana
the
save for fiotsam
iC atom ic cs a rc pristine,; sa'
F r i d a yi aI n d S a t u r d a y • M a y 2 0 - 2 1 • 7 : 0 0 p . m .
Specchley said. "Evew Mar
viarine b o m bings of-H lrosh
m (1
the sea a n d th e
ishlm a a n d w ash ed u p from
recognizes the slgni^cance
R I e r E l e m e n t ai r y) S c h o o l
nee o f N agasaki
rem n a n ts o f (he
h e battle. Al th e
the battle."
T he Island, about
< miles so u th e rn tip aa or
one-lane, dusty •
It 700
• TtiQ islandhasapersonalc
la lsls- southeast o flb k y o3,, has
1 .been -road w inds Its w
h a t I s I h B R e l a y f o r U f a) ?
nlficahce a s w e ll
th esbatile
ba:
used only b y the milit
lilitaiy sincc S u ribadii. site ol
liked, jogged and ran a round a
never happened, h e vraulc
Duldnt th e w o t A bout 400
X) Japanese flag-raising that
lhat for m a n y
_ “In May 19es Dr. Cortly Klatt wnlke
id i.raised S27.000 to support the
m
RELAY
» m a , WA. Ita c k for 24 ho u is and
have b een b o m . Specch
cchley soldiers'are Iwols onl]
jnly perm a- A m ericans symbc
mbolizes d ie Paowing ycat 220 supporters o n 19
icrtcanC ancerS odety. ThefoUowi
gfllH
=
■
F O R L IF E
n e n t residents, but
ut th e U.S. dflcW ar.
night event ond the Relay for
inu joined Dr. Klatt In this ovei-nlg
'M y g ra n d m o th er w as
os e<n - Navy reguloriy usess an
aj airstrip
W eeds coverr the
th windows of
!
e was b o ra
ra zed to m a n y a m a n w ho
V
liowas
set u p like the flightt deck
d
ccrs, where scorq,
o f an concrete bunkers,
Over the l u t IB years, relay for Ufe
Ufi has spread to m ore than
nlTed o n Iwo lim a." ^ d th
e:
Jie24aircraft currier to train
iln pilots.
p io n s n est and1 nisted
ni
c annons
, . ,no
States and nine countries. Lost
:00 conununlties in die t/n lted Stat
year-old native o f Aurora.
ira. nL
M ost o f the Americ
)d. Rifles, h a n d
J f ir” the Magic Valley Relay for Life: ra.
erican dead sit tinattendcd.
raised $129,000 and o u r goal
Instead, she m arried a Mar
vlaiine havo b e e n accounted
ted for, b ut grenades an dI spent
sp
shells o f
syearls*150,000.
v ^ o didn't fight o n Iwo. b uutsu
t s r- le ssth a n h alfo fth ejap
not uncom m on
n. for Ufc is d ie A m erican Can'
Japanese re- every size are noi
ty otferlng
everyone In the com^ c e r Society^ signature activity
ol
Relay
vived th e bam e ofW ake lalan
sland.
m ain s h av e b eent rrecovered inside th e cotmilc
intless eaves that
5 people
camp out overnight at
igalnst canccr. Teams o f 10 to 15
p<
m lty to participate in th e f l ^ t agal
Speedileysaid o n e o f his
£
ils first
since Japon'i govemn
m m cnt first w ere form ed tby
i
y lava
floiws o r
thePi
n is asked to have a member on
ing around the track. E ach team
>Flier track and take tu rn s walking
tasks u p o n arriv in g toe
today began searches in 191
1952. Every d ug o u t by the
he :Japanese d eiheu
e nt
) tract a t oil tim es during th e ev en
would b e to sc o o p u p som
soi e y ear th e island g h ^ ju
U ]p m o re.
fen d erslo n g agga
a
Aj Ihe Relay begins u a m s pitch1 le
the campsite. This years theme
As
te n u ond som o even decorate their
br ith e , Several natural hot
hoi sprinra
sand from th e b < ^ i for
T h e passage! of six d e c a d e s,'
ij'ARopln'InACure*.
e
ay eeveryone enjoys entertainth e evening and into th e next day
'n u o u g h o u tth
------- m an she did m a rry .-: , d o t Iwo Jima. whichI m eans Stu- however, has not dim m ed th e
meni
int, fun and cam araderie.— ^-----During a b o u t a m o nI th o f fiir Island. But becau:
au se o f th e Island's status
IS ai s hallow ed
ei
You
SlOO a n d ea ch team m e m ber shouldraiseSlOOotmoie.
sho
Each
team pays and entry fee o>ff S
G ^ th ig th a t b e g a n Feb.^
b.^19, thousands o f remain:
ilns that lie gro im d fo rth cM
a
luching events at die Relay oto
Marines.
cann
/Idually. TVvo very sp e d a l a n d touch
1 raise money os a team o r indlvldi
1945, som e 100,000 A m eria
itiraiis burled In its caves the'
ho whole is“T h e symbolisn
ilism o f Iwo Jim a
the1Surrtvor
Si
mLinary Ceremony.
Ceremony a n d th e lum
ed to
Japan* laiulisconsldeicdsoni
battled iho ie th a n 22 ,0 0 0 Japt
from (be com m unity a re Invited
ti begin the Itelay by walking
om ethlngof is w ell understoot
lood by even tho
c
Cancer
survivors young and old1 fn
ese d e t e n u s to p ro tcct; evi
Ion to
icning
i the community that we ore eveiy a n o p en grove a n d! relatives
rc!
iSurvivon'V lctotyLap. T h b o p en
l to the event is a declaration
ines," said C o p t
theSi
o f y o u n ra st Marines
foot o f th e first Jap an ese hom
hoi o th e Japanese who died
w th
tbe cancer survivorship is teal
dl
h ip ond help th e com m unity see
ire to celebrate cancer survivorship
!r, sa spokesm an
tben
there Joseph Plcnzer,
hove Intensely opposo
le banle
against cancer,
Island to b e Invaded.
u t we are making progress in the
t
ise d anyde- for th e 3rd Mai
Marine Eiqjcdl-thai
who
hove lost die battle with
dnary
bags
In
m
em
ory
o
f
those
whc
After
dark
candles
are
lit
In
lum
lna
Neady 7,000 A m ericanssddlled . velopmcnL
T ti
Af
tlonary Force on OVdnawa.
I
ofrtlthose honored ore tememcontinue the C g b t T tie tu u n e so
icer and In h o nor o f th o se w ho coo
Japan*' . T hus'largely untouc
Fewer th a n 1,000 o f th e Jimt
In b o o t
cana
)uched, Iwo som eU ilng wc! teach
te
ir visual
reminder of why evetyT dloB touchingccrcm ony. T helu
e lum inaria cerem ony Is onodier
vl:
bcred
ese survived. Japan su rrenl o oa e d looks like a n island
I
d forgotten
cam p."
light from tho
ReL
s has joined togetlier tb supportt the
thi American Concer S o d e ty ^ RelayfbrUfe.
ulnaiia bogs glow fo r te am m emibers
be throughout tbe n ight li f t iting
n g the way along the track until
^ R ee/ajffoi7rLife!
r
Y ''
tes agrees toppay $25.5 miUi
United State
Slion to
yict^ in casfse over ‘gold train’
ti
Holocaiistyi
BlU
U
lj
rowa:
ulM.W llh these U tlum inaria,H lo
opip e U ^ tsth e W a y
hose lost to cancer and to celeThe pcmer o f Relay Is th a t it allovin
3W8 a com m unity to grieve for lbos<
opportunity to share our sot*
Relay for lif e Offers thee o{
Ite tbe lives o f dtose w bo have (uurvhred.
iv
Aa community.
ds, as survlvon, as core^gtvers. os
<
f an d o u r joy w ith oUier* - friends,
lass Itom e goals se t that b y tb e ycor
!or 22015 we can reduce cancer
The A ^ c a n Cancer Sodety ba
,-deaS
b 25%, and Increase die quale r by
Iths by 50%, reduce th e num ber‘of people diagnosed w ith cancer
{eygf
ofllfe for those tou c h ed b y cancoL
»L
ederal o n a pen d in g legal mat
MIAMI (AP) - T h e fede
n a ttc t
total o f $500,000
w
WwouMftmdan
govenunent o n Friday read]
la d ik l
A com m liaton appc
ip o h te d by
archive o n the
s(
e so-called
Nazi
w ith then-Presider^t C w
Inion
ti
con'Cktld ThUif for
s
&S25S million se td e m e nIttw
or sdiolariy
and
'
s ( u n d s r a l a a d a t H i e Rloelll a y f o r U f B o o t o :
eluded
hi
199S
th e fiunOies o f H ung arianiHolo-'
Ho
J99
th a t
educational uses.
es.
.
The
____ caust— victim s___a n d ___
s
_ w il l highTnmktogU.S.Ami:
n n y otQ cers_____! 3 _ c a n 'L M y -th
in research th a relathre
Ivo fh«.year
I
survtvnlnito for_____
-th{U.lta_bappy_
— i.c:«u c c r R C M tic h - A s a result of progress
]:
ed the train
w ith th e setueme
\rm y s a n d troops plundered
acknowledge th e U.S. Arm
iment. but I am
u x r ls m w u p to e o %
role In com m andeering aitramr
tra:
after it .was Intercepte
p te d o n its
h a p p y th a t w ehave
hai a dosure,"
to help the cancer pmton*
t goes to A diQ O KT to in se t lawsB tc
o f ih e f e m n w neasu:
asures w ay to G erm any In1 N
May 1945
s ^ D o v id M c nnneIsteIn,oneof
ne
t goes tb S e rrtc e * to reUeve tbeI suffering
su
such as:
of those diagnosed wridi
ith cancer
i
during th e dosing do]
days o f'th p
th e plalntlfb. Of
Of the governdurlnglM uldW iirlL
m r a t h o s a I d ,T
o
scale- w a t
T eoectihem
to
U nder term s o f th e sett
Cancer Surtiimn
■JttoBecovery
j r s iV irtiw Jrfc™ •
1
111 b e . T h e train c a r r i e d^ ^j e w e l s ,
adoum dedgethat
hat ft was a mism ent, th e m o n e y vyill
rO O ^ I W I
to na mnea
e a few ------ ----- --- ---------------LookGoi
iver, china,
tak e iu>t to leturp
^ r in n 1,200 p a in t i n g suve:
distributed to n eed y Hungori
urp the property
rou know that Ufestyle d io lc ea studi
u d 09 avoiding tobacco use and
t also goes to E d a c a t la a . D idyou
rlental car-: to th e ri^ itfu lo w n
Holocaust survivors rath
rath er porcelahi. 3^000 Oiiei
each yearTTbe American Cancer
log r i ^ t could prevent m o n d uinn SS0.000
!
deaths
can c er eaet
eatlos
30tnsseized
T h e B u s h a dministration
ii^
osses- petsandoU ierhelilooii
w as
those v4io lost fam ily possi
lowtbe cbolces they inake con
ts gi
grow u p healthy by le arning bow
l e ^ b wotidog to m ake sure U ds
lies fcw tho ’ tm d e r bipartisan
o o m Jew ish families
san pressure to
slons.
life. F o rm a n y ty p e so fc u ce & fln ii
uee their risk fb t can c er U tsr In life
settle w hat was
se as a Wad:s seen
. . g Zh tTxt^hU
n sver.ieaU y Vrds Nazis. H ie . cargo w<ould .b e
niV**
*^UfCercnce
1*'^*
lb.. The
betw een life e n d death
1 American Cancer S o c ^
i$90mHllon
m a rk o n th e VUJ
S . record in
^ ^ vHffi
phyilf^^T
abou^ m o n ey a lo n e.- Itt w
v>as w oith$45m inionte$9i
{Cm to moke screening testa
d a n education, a n d advocacy elCir
W bdd W arn. S m.
e a Allen
/
^pecte:^
about h o ^ a-redcnnlngg w
w ith In to d s^d o Q a rs.
en ibleto atL
R - I ^ chairm an
n : '^ - . : r '^ ^ i o u t $ 2 1 minionlin
inh m d in g
’ b l i ^ , * sold Sam
in oof tha S enate •
r « i«
b
a
t
those
lost
to
cancer
will
never
t
ly for Ltts t t p i ^ t s th e hope that
wr be forgo nen.*that diose wbo
will
Ju d ld ary Commlti
;ff»rhu{nanh8riaa aiOTlces
m
mittee, an d S e a
f f i) cancer
.
of the.&mUles' . l n i ^ J
ilnated.
vria be tu p p o ite d . a n d th
thag tqn<»^jy«-«twyf yrillh o ollfwlnii
wial service
H illary Rodham
g B ^ .^'bodlstribtited to.soda
im CUnton.
rtiHtwi th e iig tc e m e i^ -^. SB
on
N .^ , w ere among
!v - ‘ . • '(laBndes worldwide3 based
b
ong 17 senators
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outcome.
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ln
m ei n t' tha poceiUBga o f survl
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IWin
Veronica Lierman
Patrick’s Day p i a d e InI■
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o $ 2 ,9 0 0 a
resi- $2,500 ofbase pay't to
Falls. Most TWln Falls; re
jc te d c o m e n t^
month-'Newly.elect!
d en ts
already
ident
Ies HoweUlay o f m issloners Charles
O ’Dunkcns with the day
iU now go
:s.But
and Joe Davidsonwwii
greenery and shamrocks.
E
>ase pity to
am ey from $1,256 o f bas<
It’s a whole different bkim
stone when you’re thec oone $1,900 p er m onth, a
O n e jn ^
cent increase. On
lining up the floats.
le redifference, however
O'C onnor took on the
i
Utde
th e conunissloners
spQnsibility
w ith
lit
e ren
longerlogovertime!
le h o u r s .
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e sio n
pay
ready
'In e commissio
. th u s ia ^
is
alrea
a i^ e d nuber, tf strucnire has chan
infectious. And remember
you want to p a r ti ^ a te iin
n ith e m erous times over tl
day a t fiom heavy em ph
bigfestivities this Thursday
ne to
part-tim epay anaw
noon, there's still time
nor a t pay on the chairma
enter by calling O ’Connor
com m ission. But
733-81J4.
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5 la s t ro u n d
changes
JEERS: 'Ib
Jld
have
5 th District
n fz J P if\ 0
could
ite d ,
at
C ourt Judge
r A fl
s
t
imtU all
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a
?
^
least
John M e l a n l^ J J
im b e rs h a d
memi
son,
for
v e d a fuU
servei
reducing the
^
term.
sentence of a •
S AND
c o n v ic te d
CHEERS
Al JEERS Is a lightpppc.
weekly poUuch of
JEE
rapist. Melanheartedd m
m ents srxl Quibbles
theca
son reduced
compiimer
^ o fth e
weekly heodilnes.
Good
the sentence
from the v.
‘W S a m a ri•M an Individual, group
( q j iI ';]
of
Job DojfOUMO
sh o t o n a
snl^atlon worthy of som o
Teron'
o m e ro a d .
Ramirez. 2 2 .
7 Is a ja b of healthy cnti-
LICCTDC
w h o ira s o r ig in a lly
g iv e n
tw o 10 five
y e a rs
in
—
S a c J S r J
cheer oro
o ro Jeer to m e UmesJt
at
lose that Conproves President
grcssanproi
X j Bush’s V r s
S S ӣ , % l h e
counts" for Sodal
Social Security/system
sy:
would,
th e n becom e tlic largest sln^c
investor in U.S.
st
3. stocks
By 2050,
Social Sedirity/could
CO hold 25
pc rcc n to fa llsto
stocks,
c estimate
Sachs.
econom ists at Goldman
Go
leDccts a modest
'This estim ate icDi
nal accounts: •
forpersonal
ils would permit
o |h o rp ro p o !als«
urchases. •
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is TI
chael M ulm
to ld
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lice
la s t
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th a t
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} n e h a s th o u ^ t
nom lcconsenccntradngso
idieSodalSecurifysys,em .M'yyhi
h u n ch isih aflf
vvould tu m out
to be a huge
u to
m ista k e -o rw,roisc.
o rs
T h e Idea o fpersonal
per
accountsisthatW
ol Street
WaU
jh over
should trium ph
c the wclfare state. Iust the
the opposite
ihcewelfare
state
m i ^ t o c c u r th
'
w ould trium phhover
O' Wall
Street.'The montr
}neys flowing
accounts
would
Into personal acci
:d ai
according to
n o t b e invested
th e "free market."
:ct." Individuals
w ouldn't have: die
the freedom to
invest in Mlcroso
osoft, General
Electric o r eBay.
L
ly. Instead;
the
m oneysw ouldbc
d be invested aces m
cording to rules
n ade by
ucnccdbypoliCongress, InDucn
uld be
iics.T here\vould
uruelentlng press
ressures from in“experts"
and
«?rK tgroups.“(
^
n. Some types o f
som e types o f
vould be deem ed
better than other
h e rs
T lic d a iiw rls
is tldiat investm entdedSonsw
isw ouldbecom c
unduly poUtidzet
ized and that th e
Jd consequcndy
economy would
e
cs governing
suffet'The rules
g
nandcam bc
stocks :a
can
personal acbecome
irrationalorcoun
ounteiproducdve.
’The reason is that
thai what personal accounts aim
t<
mtoaccom
pU sh
is inherently diffic
lifilcult, perhaps
impossible. TTiee
le economlc an d
social roles ofWai
WoUSuectond
the welfare state
c
itearefundamentaUyopposct
3scd.Tlic attem pt
perto blend tlicm.I. dirough
th
V.
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n ia ^ v ^ ddonlradictlS^ns.
c
T b e role)lc o fW ^ Street is to
vestment fim d std ^ c lr
m ove inve
}diicdveu5c3.1fdie
m o st prod
>veili the econoprocesswworks
t
m y cx p anmds,
t living standards
rise a n d th
the stock market as a
jvanccs. But inevitably,
w hole adv
th ere are; 1(
losers, because Wan
a n exerdse in coDecStreet Is an
tlverisk-ta
'toking.A&ccmarkct
m e a n s cor
ondnuous trial and
e n o r,Ifdthere
i( are no enors,
ao free m arket
th ere Is no
By contritrast.thew el£m !suitc
Isa n c x c rc
irdse in coDccthre risk
rixlucdofL
rL It strives to provide
so m e secu
curity-aka. die'safety
n et” —;alnstIife'smisfortunes
a n d th e eo
economy's upsets. It
aim s to pn
protect sodcty’s poorAteakest members.
est a n d wc
inywelliareprogmms:
h av e m an)
D ^ e n t Insurance;
unem ploy
foodstammps;
] school lunches.
S o d a JS eKurity
a
Is die largest
a n d m o st]
!tpopular.In2005,it
wiU serveeancsdrTUttcd48mil£
Uon peopli
pie.
Persona]aal accounts would be
a stra n g ech
h y b rld:part“prtvate’
cn tra rtp u b llc c n title investm cn
tils Is a h a ra straddle.
m e n t This
in uruivoidable dilemThere’s an
m a: nuikir
dng personal accounts
individuals may make^
safer for in
th e stockkrm arket less usefulIcssdynan
am lc -fo rso d e ty .’n ie
conflict ha
has already surfaced.
O n e c ritld
id sm o f personal ac-
lunts is th a t diey m i ^ t sub-' -s'
- s'
coun
ct benefidaries to h u a
iectb
sses, because stocks flactuatc;
iossc
ratlcaDy.'Ihoadministinuion ’.
eirat
ranters that it would allow occoon
)unts to b e invesux) only in
coun
id c x funds" - for oounplc,
‘ inde
n d s representing die Sumfund
dard
u d & Poor’s 500 stocks. ’The
ea is to m irdm hc die risk of
Idea:
g losses o n Individual o r
bigic
stocks. Sounds sen-Ispleculadvc
ea
ble. But it would bias die
slblc
morket
ari in favor of exisdng
im panies. Industries and
com]
chnologies. It would disaim itcchi
Itetcagainst the new, exdting
ru
id diJBcrcnt
and<
If
ent became too
IfInvestm
I
debound. It m l ^ t slowly dehldel
a d e th e economy’s
gradi
:rform ancc. ConiUcts Ukc thisis
pcrfc
won^
on't converdendy fiade avray,
'
xauseVAiU Street and d ie >
beca
weUi:
eUare suite are a t such crossiT poses.NorwouIdpersonal1 •purp
c o u n ts, if created, remain
acco:
ced for all time. As pubUc enfixed
lem ents, diey would spaw n
dtlen
d r ow n ferocious poUdcs.
their
iUlons o f Sodal Security benMUUi
n
Idaries a n d coundcss interest
efidi
o u p s (from dioAmericanAsgrou;
tdim on o f Retired Persons toI
soda
m•umal
un funds) would periodllUy agitato to modify die
cally
x ounts. reacting to dieir own1
acco
5 >ericncesorinteTests.THe ■
>ecter o f rule changes would
spec
insmndyhangoverW aU
cons
reet; a n d th e larger die perStrec
>i
?
he
sonal accounts became, the
LiaUy
m ore the rules would actua
affect how die stock market
x t he­
haves.
• W hatloom sisam assM re
Siexowcr
panslon o f government pov
•c.lt
over WaD Street l b b e sure,
cr
w ould occur graduaUy over
decades, an d its oudines are
an
murky. The irony is diat it1
2S."
com cs from ■‘conservatives.'
lng.is
T h e irony, diough intriguin]
tierisunderstandable. Fadng die
ncnt
ing costs o f federal rctircme
sts
a e ^ w ^ to cover t^ c costs
wldiout resordng to unpopi
benefit cuducks. Putdng pay*
p;
IS one
roll taxes into stocks seems
n
painless way out. But even
:rase
jrood stock returns can't era
theba sic p ro b le m .n iec ojstsof
st
rams
all diosc retirement progror
(Social Security, Medicareiaan d
Medicaid) are growing muc
uch
fastcrdm nanyplauslBlepo
portfoUo o f private accounts.
Somcdme between now)
kvand
2030, spending Increases WiU
w
u ts .
force significant benefit cut
b ig tax mcreascs. o r bodi..The
T
bipartisan consensus is toll
Dlgnore dlls inconvenient f ^cL ln
Its
d ie ir hearts, die Democrats
ibliw ant to d o nodiing. Rcpubi
ed
cans have a t least proposed
somediing. Unfortunately,
i
y .it.
m ay be worse dian no thing
ng-
•
prison. H es
dcoopcnffr
inffmagicvailey.com and
onslder throwing It Into
now e li^ b le
wc'ii consi'
Xfot
for our weekly feature,
h isc a
for
parole
the mix
________ _________ 1 anoth
after one year ------------cle,, h1 e was
and will be In­
than shot by a m an inI ttlh e o th e r
carcerated n o m ore th;
car. MuUigan said
id another
three years.
him, b u t
ilty in m an approached1 h
Ramirez pleaded guilty
Ie to "subM uUieij was able
November to raping a 161
O! away for
die oi n due^ him and drive;
year-old ^ in 2003 while
:n
ty Evhelp. He was taken ito Magic
leave from the U.S. Army
I
cdthe
ValleyRe^onalMedi
idence in his case showed
t
to th
victim W2S intoxicated “to
t e ter and treated
rent if gunshot wound,
point of being incohereni
...
n ^s e
Police described h A
not unconsdoiw" w hen
pects as H ispanic,'
was raped.
c, with the
Yet. Ramirez arguedd 1his one shooting MuIUe
U i^ a s 5 avy - foot-8 , with black
k 1hair and
sentence was too heavy
uiying darkclothing.
and M elanson a g r e ^ , sayi
. RobcTtSamiwlsonisacol
xlumisk: Howdo
It. arB utwehavetoasfc
"defendant is intelligent.;
nistforNemiveet
you “s u b d u e " . ann attacker
tlculatc and am bitiouss and
a
im:com- after being shot?’ More
N
h e could probably accoi
e."
portantly, why shoul
ould others ______________
plish m uch in th e future."
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M aybe so. But a one-y(
lefrU v eso n
prison term, for a m aleJ w ho ers when it puts thei
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rapes a ^ four years beli
Ieadcr.com.
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t
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u
s
toI ppass
: d ie Senate again, so It
aseof
UntilpoUcecansn
his age. makes a bad case
isn iiro u taU
S o c i a l S e c uurrlty
ll re m e d y
”
WANDAARFORD
^vingC hrisdans and counKjnmosWmwwele cao m m e n d
the details, we re
justice. - .......................
TWinFaUs
y-carfirig people everywhere a
lerieiv
M ost35people
vi S o 'd alS e-nes letters from readers
s■^tarpPnllcp
ta te
J, lirem
using the Idaho Sta
st
um cc to counter iL lh ls m ust
entaccount
M
subjects of public Inter^ oke u s u p as a peopla We've
Home hotUne w hen you ss<e e a ^ r o CHEERS: Tb Cain’s Hoi
m anaged by Uie
thefederalgav.
I d a h o l a c k s re a l
ttersm oybebrau^tto
j o u ta ken down car. Call'-I
F u rn is h in g forhelpingou
I 4 7 7 (o r em m en t.W liatc
jtto v ro rk fa sta sd ie b m
nFtills or Burley office:
h e a l t h c a r e s o lu tio n S
s
wiped then ISP on the phoi
TWin Falls com petitor wip
h o n e digits)
T lm eforarcalit>
3uld com c u p quickly for a
to PO. Box 548, Twin
I go to school fuU time,,aa n d l
to g ctastatedlspatc
a tc h officer.
Politicians ?tell
5 te '
X s“
h a .e
out by Bre.
3 83303; foxed to (208)
also work p art tim e o n die
1C
T he n am e o fth e blU is
p a id o ut m ost;t ofth
of e m oney in
^ c P q c^8:ore^nolle^lto/e^
An early m orning; fire
i
1- side, b ut I W c no healdilin
Liqual Rights and Equal Dignlb
K a rla
th e fund and tlic
dicprogram ls
CHEERS:
'Ib
scorched the Furnituree an
a d
iefifeva%.com. .
surance. *rhis is a huge
’for aU Americans Act."Tb
How can this be?
•king so m e
going broke. Ho;
lown- WUUams for seekii
A ppliance O utlet’s dow
problem for m e - an d forr aa
lad th e blU's name, wc could___________________
read
never Uve long
o lu tio n s in
I. for one. will1nc
ise o n kind o f crow solu
town storage warehouse
qu a rte r o f a milUon people
lie
n'tt im
in agine what treachery andd
enougli to rccelv
ceivTJbackwhatl
jutted downtown'IWin RiU
Monday, 'n ic blaze gutt
across Idaho. O ur hcaldi-c
m o n e y is Iprotected from undece
•c are
K elt w id d n i t The bUl is a
th e D ow n,
tio ^
As director o f tht
the building an d destio)
table spending by
danf
system is broken, a n d It's5
angerous threat to fh^;
accountal
in m w rn o n t
W here did tlic money go7
iide.
town Business Impr
all th e m erchandise inside
ss and is not dlstribspec
jrs harm ing lots o f consumers
)cech rights of Christians,
lear
Congress.
^ h' h T l T n
T T e re lsn o c le
a r answer to
Leroy
District,
WUUams
But store ovm er Lei
Passi
isslng d ie TL-d Kennedy blU iss
famUlcs a n d smaU buslnes
p t e d a s aafo
l rm o fw d fa re.
esscs,
dlls question..The
Th funds may
Jm ost loads o f heat for nc
Scantlin discovered ahm
)too.
bcROinKtorodn
k in t Bush has cracked
a top
tof priority of inUuendallobidniem s i|^ o ________ P r r a i^
rid of our feathered]
instantly th a t rival stores
sto
2d ^ - W e - -h-JvelTev^Fiwia:
bylst
^ t s iiiW ashln^on, D.C
rneedhedldicareJuatUUkc--------------I
aid into d ie fund,
o p e n d iee idoor by his p r o p o ^
peting
find
that
criUcism
a
w anted to help. Competi
la U rte u n Also. Congress
h; depleted
everybody else does. For ei
WUl
IS has
to p riv a dtiu
z a s m a llp o r d o n o f
W th e government reaUy
exle ut s e fair, since this is a. pp^ro b lem o f
d ie fu n d by spen
IUhave paid into Social
u5c
scth
t e Kennedy "hate crim e
am ple. I'm supposed to ha
stores called to offer the
pending from d ie
w h a t you
have a
yearly healdi exam, but 1[can't
c
na.
,
•
fund w ith no accountahUity.
acc
Security.!.II can only hope peoiU" to crack down o n pastors,I,
bill"
natural propohktna
their w arehouse space> until
ui
afford it. If 1 cet sick wldiI cano
lu rch c s a n d religious freeIffu n d sa re• being
b c ^ v e n to
plew iU ra:
rally to d ds causc an d
chur
liance
Williams an d the d t y a re
F urniture a n d Appliar
c e r o r something, what's g<
ive not
cventuall)
lily have aU the m oney
dom
om in America? This bUl has
going
lg id eas to
th ose w ho have
i paid into
Scant- stiU brainstorming
O udei could rebuild. Sea
H!n passed in Canada a n d al-Ity, isn't
d iey p ayy iin invested in private,
beer
to happen? It’s Just going;to
u bc
A^y, includS o d a l Security,
t diat a
Un eventually took u p Cain’
Cai s chase th e birds awa]
ire? Should not
s c o rn : act
sn't be
iccounts. The money
read
lady a Canadian court has
m o re oqiensive. I stUI won
form o f welfare?
generosity to share w
waare- ing requests for' pp o iso n in g
p h d d duit ccrtain passages in
ilated In these acuph<
in ab le to afford It, a n d eldicr
irom a ccu m u la
icrdic
p artm en to T
^ e s e people be
be removed
i
house space im til they a nne w firom the U.S. Depai
are classUled as ‘hatee
ty and
c o im tswwUl
l provide security for
dle
ie Bible
I
s ta te o fld a h o w illh a v c tooplck
]
S o d a l Security
ai entered
Agriculture. But th
th(e a e e n c v
storage radlity
Uten
E rature.”
u e program? How th ew o rkker’
e s family at his
u p my bUl o r I die.
• said no, and now' W
wl S w
I be stopped t o m
d e a th Inst
istead o f going into
WiU
W Republicans in ConI work for a tem p agcnc}
icy,
tounty wait for n ature to
JEERS: 'Ib Jerom e Coui
to t a l e Its
U3 |„ g S o d al Scci
ne
security tunds a s
govem mneent coffers.
^ ss!s vote for die Kennedy
a n d it w on’t ^ v e health ins
nsurstiw t- course
com m issioners for instit
f
EDWININ HENSON
^lat te
i crim e bill"? Most RepubK
a n c e to tem ps. For Jobs tht
hat
Once the birds ddoo g ^ v ^ ’re
ing raises - Just foiu- mlonths
on
|ti^n
e money deductTWInFaFalls
s m s In Congress appear sct
d o olTcr insurancei so man
any
sureWUUamswUlb<
I b o th e D r s t
cd from th e worl
after tw o of them vrere electele
I vo te for th e Kenr^dy bUL
pla n s have such h l ^ dctovc
vorkcr’s paycheck
. to celebrate.
forSoclalSecuril
hat% w hy it is so im portant
ducdblcs now, It alm ost
cdtooillcc.
urity should be
B ill CStC
tegorlzes religious
.
invested in'Qeas
ir every m em berof C onpess}
reasury notes a n d
h«iiA<
doesn’t m ake sense anyrao
|oh^
Blare
.W llf lT aaJs 'h a te speech’
I h e a r tro m their consdtuents
3 - fo r woridng people to even
enget
"E" bondsthnl
^ registered
onn th
tl is issue.
rW .m
inthewodccr’
r’s nna m e w iih a
W crececeived a bulletin, a
J dieir cholcc.
• 2005 Issue
iucGuldc,Invoh;ingthe . CaU
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a-t io n AVo r l e
Familifiesbuiryatta<ick victtims g
ithU £.-ledfores3.
woridngwitl
lidod’s Um .al'Oura
At Baghd
Sunni Muslim deric
mosque; aLS
'.,w .
o itid z e d Ith e attacks, but
Is
blam ed Iraq a n d U 5 . authorifrilling to provide
ties for frl
,•■5
security.
o n ^ denounce the
"Wc stror
V I’S
bom bingsI a n d assassinations
'
...
that k i l ^i in n o c e n t people,"
■ L &
■.i'.'- S h d tM ah uno
iu u d al'Sumaidel. a
MOSUL Iraq (AP) -V feepln
' ! m em ber oiftbeinfluentlalAssoft
relatives ra th e re d in sm a
Muslim Schnlars, told
_ d a tio n ^ f Mi
groups M d a y to tn n y 50 peopi
irs.'B oth'thc occ u p a -'
1 ^ b y a su ld d e b o m b?a i 1n
h e Iraqi govemment
tio n a n d tiu
t h b Donbem dty, a lter cancel
ficelshoulder th e responsibility o f
in g a m ass funeral processio
isioh
this blood.'
fb r fear o f another attad:.
lilc, th e Siiilte clergyMcanwfail
k Hiti
As (he mostly S hlite'M uslit
fnlted Iraqi Alliance
.backed Uni
, families m ourned th e ir deat
s h parties agreed on
an d laudish
Irsc(i m ain Shiite a n d lOtnila
nilsh
ip o f th e thrK-mcmth e makeup
coalidons agreed in B aghdad
ilo0 n
l e r w Council to be
h er Presidei
a deal d i w ^ u p th e to p thie
h ie e
c h o sen b y Ira
ir q s first demooati*
posts in the n ew g overimleun
n t,
:xea parliam ent in
cally electe
b tu diSocnces rem ained over
ovc
Istory
m o d em h lst
th e deplcmnent o f Arab troop
Dops
d in d u d e Jalal ItilaIt virould
in ethnic Mirdish areas.
Iraq's first >airdish
b anl os In
N onh of th e c a p ita l insui
a n d a Sunni Arab and
president an
gents blew u p a n oii p ip elinl ee!i n
ja b for tiie two vicc
a Shiite Ara
th e latest attack (a ig n in g th
presidents,i,8
s aid A lia l-D a b ^ ,a
country's fiaglle econom ic in
Innegotiatorr fo r th e Shiite alti*']
bastructuns.
Uance. N am es werc not
ftmOles o f th e vicdm s fror
from
d Ifor those Jobs.
announced
Thuisday’s bom bing a t a fim
a
tncrHielOiTds wouM receive one
a l in a M osul m o sq u e h eeld
i
lin rt p o s t- o n e fewer
/najor Cabin
individual wakes a n d fimer*
leral
than they ddce m a n d e d -b u t tliey
services after agreeing witl
w ith
agreed to su p p o rt the Mlianccs
community a n d r d i ^ u s lead
ead*
for prim e minister,
candidate fi
ers not to hold a )om t funoeral
en
Ibrahim al*)i
1-Jaa£irt
processioiL
A lth o u h^ tlie
I Kurds agreed to
Most leladves w ere motivai
ivat-.
disband th
ti e ir lOO.OOO-man
e d b y fe a r o f an o th er attack(like
Ilk
a militia and incoipopeshm ergar
this one," said H amid Zoln a]
t o Irao's arm y and
k.
rate It Into
1, dutciw t a plcttira of Ms dead father
(att a s be
MoIunnMdHuil,ll(M,cl
security fon
All, a m em ber o f th e Al-Sod
Dtccs. tney iiave opeft, and slstar, Aitqaa Kant, tn tba
lie nnorthern town posed Ara
4tiq- cotnfortt bis rootlier, left,
Movement o f Shiite cleric Muq
r a b troops being
M w h m a s u l- . deployedlni
toda al-Sadr, w hose m ilitant
day. Mobammed'i father wat kSM
a n ts of Mostd In Iraq on Mday
n t h e north.
rose u p against US, troopss nrc: - clde bomber blew UrauH
ighsaidanagreem ent
Al-Dabagl
u lf up during a funeral Tliunday.,,
cd to allow ethnically
peatedly last yean H e said o n e
w asreachra
Im sa n d w an ted mixed armny
y u nits in die three
ifth eS hiite - he Idllcd Muslims
iday A ltho u g h lead eiso ftl
m ortar round exploded Frida
rion strife. But I^trdlsh p3rovinces
n
n e a r th e site o f T h u rsdlaay
urged their to ignite sectarian
y ^ A rab m ajority liavc urg
o f Sulaybom bing .
veil n o t allow mantyah. Irt
Irbfl a n d Dahuk. But
ate against G ocf willing, wfeli
p eople n o t to retaliate
•foussa. SO, said Massoud Baj
Insurgents led b y S uLuuii
nr
k u m i Arabs, som e aatt Friday's that." Ibrahim Mou
Jarzani o f tiu: Kurdish
m ain
Democratic
f Arabs, a m inority w ho dom lnai
Inat- fiuieials d em anded ven
ic Party said troops
naigeance.
from his bed a t Mosul's
M
n d w rapped in should b e: is e n t to I^irdistan
e d under
H ussein,. ar
cribe th e
hospital, his hand
arc
“I c arm o t descril
taigtting Shiite funeral proces
ices- a m o u n t o f despair 1: {&
His onty If there:
fed.” said bandages afterr surgery.
si
reisascrioussecurity
x i in th e attack, threat, a n dd only
i
sions a n d cerem onies Inr aajn S herQ assim M oham unedAlL"I
brotherw askilledii
mi
w ith the conapparent cam paign to spari:
ir i:a lo st seven o f m y sons,
the Kurd’s regional
n a ho tb e d o f sen t o f thi
IS, 1b rothers
Mosul has b ceen
a n d cousins. I w antit tito know guerrilla activity,
y, w
legislature,
sectarian w a t Last m o n th , sulsul
v ith b om bThe dlsag
h iite Miio carried o u t this atta
ag rc e m e n t was not
itto c k -.w e ings, drive-by sh
sheo o tin g s a n d
d d e bom bers attacked Shiit
th e expected to detail convening
mosQues during the com mlem
eni - w in avenge those who0 ddid i t ’
assassinations targeting
tai
ty services,
Shi- th e N ation
oration o f A shoura, killin
Hlng
O tiiers urged restraini
s n a l Assembly on
a in t
country^ security
s
t i i o u ^ t to b e
W ednesday
neaily 100 people.
* H e w h o ^ i h l 3 i 31a icrim inal ites an d people! thi
y
«
Groups hold
separate funerals
for those slain in
in
suicide bombing
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n e
N H
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of U.8. District Jnd]
id g e
Joan Ufkow on FHd
H d sy .
| V 0 J H 9 In Chicago. One dt]
J«r
K f l U
after DNA eVIdenee
ce
■ | | M H linked a Chicago eleoell
triclan to tbe
shooting deaths of'
9f'
Ufkow'i husbandlaan d
mother, hYestlgatoi
tor#
returned to the bou
o u se .
hoping to find the
murder weapon.
Q S
^■ g
ks suicidi[e
ictim to\killings
I 1
1 3
)N A ]in k
.
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CH
:H IC A C 0 (AP) - a DNAI
m aItch
td from a dearette butt
convL
iv in ccd police that a Chlcago dele
e c trid a n was tiie killer o f a1
fe dIcral
c r Judge’s husband and1
m othi
Ither, authorities said
The
[h e d g arette butt found in1
ju dIgeJoanHum
ge
phrcyLcikow’sI
house
u se w as m a tdied to the elec-•
tiiddan.
a i B an Ross, who killed1
himn sclf
st during a trafiic stop InI
W sconsin
l^
tills week, and theI
cvidei
d e n cc points to him as tiie
lolen ekiller, police spokesman1
D ^vidBaj^esssaid.
d
invi
nvestigatois returned to the
j u d[ge’
« s h o m e Friday to search
f o r th e m urder weapon, a .22calibc
ib e r g u n that might have
b ein
e n tiirow n on the roof, poQce
s
; spokesm
an Dave Bayless
said.
d. ‘
ros
loss, w hose rambling laws u itt oover his cancer treatment
vvas
d
s dism
issed by Lefkow, had
Htitm
i responsibility for Uie
im cd
killing
ings in a suldde note found
in ils
ills m inivan. He shot him self
h as9 m m h a n d g u n .o fE d a ls
w ith
d.
T h e DNA match, with all the
o thler
e r evidence, certainly conCCS u s that Ross is th e:
offender in the leilMW fan:
unily
h o m id d e ,' Bayless Said I hlursu
di a y n i ^ t .
T h e Judge had rc tu m e d
2B to
h o m e fiom w r k o n Feb. 2B
find h e r husband a n d 89-ye
yearoi ld m other fatally shot ini th
i e
bI a se m e n t She described Ross
R<
as "a very pothetic, tia ^ c p
s o a " in a n interview w ith T
N ew York lim e s published
k1 in
F
: rid a /s editions.
"I guess on one levd I’mn reha
IUeved that it didn’t have
'
anything to do witii th e u^Wte
ii
su prem acy m ovem ent. beI
j
ica u sc I fe d my d iild renI aro
going
to be safer." th e jud
udge
i
I
It my
;sa id .'It’s heanbreaking tiiat
o d<ic
1husb an d and m other l u d to
over
som ething like this.”
i
T he Judge and h e r d a u ^hters
ti
have
be en In protective acusI
itody sincc tiie slayinES.
Autiiorities Initially focus
iised
oi n associates o f w h ite sui
p| re m a d st Matt Hale, w ho)w
v as
co
dting
i n v ia e d last year o f solidti
)ut
Judge
Lefkow's murder. Bui a
]
night
Iletter found W ednesday nis
after Ross’s suldde insteadi ttll ^
Ih im to tiie killings, policc;Si u pcrintendentPhlTCllnesaid.
id.
|
gon will sen(id more %
resseslraqqis’ Pentagi
U.S. addr(
"
thome
(
losses m ilth paymen Gitmo»detainees
Orlando officia
N iCAP) - D eWASHINGTON
y D
refused to
fense Secretary
1 o n a ld H.
n x e ' P e n t a ^ n has rcfi
jm casualRumsfeld wants> tiie
th State Dccollect d a ta o n civilian
n jan n r y its
partm ent to p utt m
mioro pressure
' BAQUBAH.Iraq-Eveiyothe
Ither ties,'cvenassom ehum
com b&
o n c o u i ^ t o t atake
k i c u s^o ^ of
a groups estim ate the ro:
W ednesday a n d T h u r ^ yy., >
)copIc w iio a rt
injured in
sotm: of their pcoj
long line of th e bereft a n d1 th
thie n u m b e r o f dead a ndIin]
r i^ n a t Guanbe in th e
h e ld a tth e U 5 .pp ris
th e two countries to, b<
aggrieved fonns o n th e dlusty
usr
s,
tanamo
Bay,
a
sen
senior
defense
LDed
k)w tens o f thousands.
roadway outside th o fortiflc*
ly
PC.
H u n d red s o f Iraqi IIc d v ilians ofDdal said Friday
U.S. military com pound here.
founded a t
mllltanr tias
has transfened
Imai m en a n a w om en, aani
n d h ave b een kUlcd o r wou
mt]tiic prison in
it in
military checkpoints3 o r while 65prisoneisfrom
occasionally children, w ait
ii
lome countries,
th :m ilitary Cuba to their hom
sharing th e r o ^ w ith
blinding sunsh in e o r d ree ary
ar
s -- n o t Idendla g e convoys. B ccausc oiff tth o f r c - t a M i n c n a l i o ntis
r a in M to p resen t damage
argely ignored
Ings a n d “ “ 1 - l“ ve largi
dalm s to the U 5 . m ilitary Hlie
i dir q u e n t c a r bombing
stsfbrtransfeis.
cases range from th e t i a ^O 'to
ti
roadside explosions, U
le senior o Q d a l
- diets are vnsy of-oppn
fd d ^ e flb rt flist
um d v e h l d c 3 . 1 n m ^ c a ^ i
A widow S M h e r husban<
InT he New York
icponcdFridaylnT
ic a n are shot after fnninpr St t o d
w as Idlled during a n America]
! “co n d itio n o f
combat operation. A £ithcrr rere
shouts a n d warning“ st
show rc™
' .
rm q u ired b y m ilitary ' rnilcs o f “nonyinlly.
ports his ^ u n g son lost a n a m
ichard Boucher
act's
c
n
rag
em
en
L
In
som
e
m American g u n fita A &umcr^
s
S
i
cows w ere kulcd. a house w aas chmians panldced and
a pe d u p
^D
5 ep
I a n m e n t Is
le ^ t a m n fo
damaged, a c a r w as wrecked
ked. a tth e so u n d o fth e s h o ts
s w iio n o lo n g w
A nti-U .5. resentmen
windows were broken.
to be heldlaan
n d w o ric w lth
A determ ined com plainan
l a n t h i ^ am o n g m any Irar^
n ts to ensure a
ilim
at?ng,
gWOTimcnts
incc d a ^ in Sunni MusUn
w ith enoug h perseveranc.
omplained
“ ^ w tta n s fe t
m i ^ t w ait several hours toD b e HaflzAbduDah. 40. com
S n ^
,S o m e M 5 p e o p te
s e a n iic d a n d th en escorted1 In - o f "hysterical' Amcrlca
S S a S ta
4 0 c o u n tite a r o h e
]last tio n to cars a n d pedeso
side the barbed wire an d bias
tanam o Bay. man
walls to speak to a irtllitary !eeg^^ M u q d a d ly a .. a n i n
p
risonen from th e '
th e
s tr o n g h o ^
ofScet In m ore th a n h aif 'tn<
ayi h i i H
In AMianistan after
lte ^ S c p t.1 1 ,
VwQ
**Thi»lr
- - cases iuuiomvidc,-lcgal.oinccr
- 2 0 S c i d s . --------tcnvard us, an d it docsn
si^, a
paym ent is m addee •nilitaiy h a s reu p to $2500 for a death, $1,50(
,500 ilkethosesoldlersarefro:
etairu^es from
ropHized
country,’
h
e
sold.
fo r an b ju ry a n d $500. for pro p
in d u d in g 146
B ut Ibrahim Makoter,'ertydaniage.
'
- a t s
s r r s . o ' s ) su t r i ^
td o - saidhiscarH ippcdovert
U nder tra inform al “condo
tliat w e
"Wtfve said ail1 along
ai
Ience paym ents’ p rogran
r a m fM uD ydam ageaw henit
In
c o m m itte d to transferring
b y a U.S. arm ored v d
l a u n ^ in mid-Z003. th e U.S.
U.S
.wc
d e ta in e e s when.W
B o re able to
B a g d a d InAugust, said
n^Uiaiy does n o t d a im to c om-~
om
“ dhew M
d e te rm in e that tthhe^ n o longer
» . IIt gnfiH ed b y th e U 5 . le
p em ats Iraqis for t h d r losses.
D u rn a tio a th e y
pose a th rea t to our'
doesnotadim tg u llto rad au iw
l
[iwlH e said a U 5 . militaiy
are o f no fim hler
e r intelligence
edge liability o r ne^igence. I t iis m a n r i o t e d th e car, ape
t m erit cximlnai
m erely s i ^ g , in cflect, * ^ 0 a n d t ^ h im vA m .U
^ filing, he
sympathizo wTth yo u r loss,”" aais claitTL’A m o n th a fte ^fl]
w a sp a id ln c a sh . ’
o n e judge advocate p m eral ofllofll
(w eaxent
"1 ^ Is sotnethingw
c e rp w fc
itersald. 11 ^ I BV
ty a(
u se d to seeing'M akotei
Military legal oSiccrs soy
paym ents
T h e condolencc pa*
condolence paym ent is a gesges
ly ir
in le a c h o n ly a fia c d o n ooffiuniUes
fj
ture that expresses sym pathy
c c th
w h o hove suflered since
I eU S.
concn!t8 term s.'.
*llie program is designedIn
noo t m iU ta ^ invaded Iraq[In
inM a rc h
to make u p fb r anything b ut t ttco 2 0 0 3 .'B u tfo ra lIit3 8hc
shortcom -'
i n S |n : S 4
__ ac k n flw le o g o _ th a t_ ^ e re _h^n
I^ ti __ings, th e program «wri«
[B ^ ltio n o r
. been a tragedy o r so in e M ittt o6 f tri& Jtb'totH e'fiIbartra3
.'
n lly "blood m o ^ & r J o sssofUfcriir
sc
damage." sa id C a p t EmUj
<>hif[pT^ chief o f admlnistroiivi
Hive
prm xoQ:
a b g ^ ro o il.
c»*b*n
fairy
" It^ ln te ru le d a sa p ulublicrelab
la w for the Armyls Is t CavaIr]
)d(purge pRrcQttr
n bo f tio n s to o l - sort. Division. Tt^ a n ogpresslon
It " O f a . m m m
»cmbuy
.
no-hard-fieeiings type
sympatlw and condolence to at
ft io f p a y - ; .
«niUe»aMto8or'
famCgrcfevlously.It^ithsjlflfa
M ^ a ;
i ^ t m cnt.” sa id M ^ Jo tm,M
. thing to d o to kind o f bridge)th
UMe U iS .A nnyl£galofiIi»io
ihwoNO^ : '
rin d ia rg o ' fOrealt«bmiv<ohw
Jawnteo
^ F orw ard > rS«n>N»Qobbi«Oa»i
' gm b c tw ee h th e tw o pard ea.'
l"
pf
qtF
;|^4tB. vety nature, th e pproro
O p aatir)g Baso VAidmr
g ta m .b srbm ary a n d uneven
vcn. ^ B o q ^ i b a h . a b o u t-31
Many I r a i^ aro n o t aiwaie o^f IHt , n o n h ^ B a g } ^
to .. signed t o 'n u t o th em
not aB have th e m eim^s'tt
re a d i a U.S. . d a l m s 'i u o csein^ g .
'to;’ allevlai
' a r c a o r to ju h c t t h e n e c e i » a r
evIdaice.tneb(iTdenofprD O f£
: on'Iraqis, the. final d e d slo ii ii
a U 5 .. c o m m ^ d a
-H d p illM 'A jiral’
i p C H W KI R S W
iW . S b iith -^ '
a
Issuefbj
C a !lU « it;7 3 W
th e lAdtcd,States in Us opera
a S ik a w « P M '
tlo cs l a A ^ h sn istan a n d Ii&q
n .'s a id LLCnuli. Flex
prosecution,’
spokesman.
nexico.aPPentagon
ei
onFriday
O f th e 65
6S detainees transdeumtion o r
ferred for furtlicr
fu
n. 29 have gone to
prosecution,
Pakistan, nnin
i e to th e United
to Russia, s k to
Kingdom, seven
sei
Bto
France, five
t Moiocco, four to
)ia a n d one each to
Saudi Arabia
ountries.
G veothercoi
lg tliese transfers, the
In making
m m e n t sets condlU.S. govern
tions, such1aas requiring that the
d e u ln e c bcehl d d b y tiie lrh o m e
m d, in som e eases.
coimtry. am
rotcctions regarding
seeking pro:
their treatnu
n e n t while in prison
there.
Boucher' said
s: tliat the departm ent h a sI a; policy to “not
tnm sfcro spccrso n to a c o u n try if
vvedetemilni
in eth atItism o re lll£ -'
jyOiannot"tl
"tiiattiieprisonerwill
tJctonured.
^ dd,etainees at Guontanam o arce ei l i ^ I e for transfer,
lid. Som e would reta tto U A in u ^ e sts.
already freed from
n o liave retumed to
Knorfstgrau
oup3..oillcialssaid
L o eto o te tT ln iM ‘ "
M fJ tljll
H .- ‘N | I I |
IL llK II
r
se
i a l s
s u r r e n d e r
i l l o
1 absentee-bali
t f i r a u d c a s
jv |
-I * *
)RLANDO, Fla. (AP)-Mayor
OW
Jd y Dyer, a judge and two
Budd]
workers sunendered
camnpaign
p;
la y o n fdony charges that
Fridaj
a su te law b a rrin g;
th eyyviolated
v
rm ents for the collection of
paymi
icntecboUots;
ab scn
Defense
attom
eys quickly
Def
d e nlie
led th e allegation against
er, Judge Alan Apte, Dyer
Dyer,
m anager Patti Shaip.
camnpaign
p:
a n di E
£ zzfellionias, a campaign
consu
isultanttoD yerandA pte.
[Tie indictm ents were issued
The
la y earlier by a o a n d jury’
a day
king a t whether Thomas iUelookir
p Utyy icoU eaed absentee ballots
predom inantly black n e l ^ ^ o o d s for I m r 's and Apte’s
n ppa ig n s before lost year's
cam
c^on.
electli
[h e successful campaign.
The
c hl d e a re d th e threshold
w hiic
th attrlggersarunoflbyonly234
ttr
es, h a s drawn accusations o f'
votes,
u d . a n d th e ruruier-up is.
fraud.
le ro;seeking in court to have the
!suits tiirownouL
D yer has said h e sign
gne4
olces
ic h e ^ a n d approved invoI<
' w o rth about $10,000 1for
g n to
'T hom as during his campaign
[arch
iw in ills flrst full term in Mai
:2004. The documents d oI rn o t
icing
:say w hat Thomas viras bei
id h e
| p a id to do, and Dyer has said
<d ld n t know, dtlier.
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a
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e."
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lined
tiiey
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after
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meyi
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Tbny B ennett m ui sstt have been
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hi to have
W hat was th e o thci? .
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ball C ham pl18 M en’s- Basketbal
High School
H
nnaslum.
onship a t CSI Cymru
b a s e b a ll
H
l a j n , ' ' "T hat’s m o re pp<oints th a n
M a d is o n a tM in k n D a, lil;
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Tbny's se e n all y e» ir.‘‘
; CSI hea d
TWn Bills a t E a ^ DH.
n
■
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don't
coacb G ib A m o ld |o
l
Bonneville a t Jerom e, 1DH,
le w w h at w as
think h e q u ite knev
noon
going o n o u t th ere.'
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CSI w in now take
e
_______ RiUs a t Cen tu ry , 4 r 4 p.m.
H
fo rth e R c K l m 6 ^ a t Pleasant ^wiley. "C S m m u n ity C o U^e^
■
inship .at 7:30
^ n 18 cmunplonsi
2am .
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to n lj^ t
H
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Ilo n i.
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to drin
H
TE a t C em en n ial DH..nno
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333-poIntci8.Sixih-i
ih-nmked a n d
■
Buhl vs. A m erican FaQs.:
HS.DH.
lop-seeded CSI (2929-2) sh o t a n
■
a tP o caten an co R
even 5 0 p e ic e n t fro:
from (he field
H
while Qfth-sccded1 CEU
C
(19-13)
C o l le g e
H
percent o f Its
co nnected o n 47 pe
BASKETBALL
H
women's shots.
Region 18 m en's a n d worn
13
.. ‘It w as a great[ game.”
g:
CEU ■
tournaments
■a]
,ran Zollinger
h e a d ' co a c h Bryan
Vi^iitisn^ d ia m p l o m l PkSpjn.'
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^
our
said. "We w an tedd'-tO'pIay
-t
Mens diamplonahfp, 7a5O
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to play
gam e a n d they w/anted
an
baS S a l l
H
oon
thfilrgam e.T hey'roi
rc pretty sim iDbde State a t CSI. DH.,nno
fin
---------- la r s tjie s a n d w e b ox>tn
tl ended up
^
sco rln g a lo to fp o ln i
Inbrief
P j
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d u p -a n d ■
h e n : \vas. the
tg d s
fio m action a s thei
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gam e w as m arredi by
b a total of
S
Q
> 65 fouls. T h ree pla]
3layers fouled
■
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saddled'w ith fourtoi
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soccer son th ere w ere so m any
i points,’
V
ofBdals for th e ir reoeatic
laUonal Arnold said. -When
ic n ] ^ u have
,91
. sptin^occcrIc8gue.T heIca
s le a ^
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ith four fouls,
i |J
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)re~ hesitant to
3 i c i ^ a little more’
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w ill'b e pla
a n d tolcc the
P ^ ' slide over th ere an
V
a l l e r ^ p jn . w e e k d a y s....
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conH nw itoiM^M
“S m
„=,
never
backcd
an suQ xs^u l ap p lic a n ts Af
lulhcm
Idaho
iio|d^„EaslMC(«
I
center
Mohamed
Kone,
left,
dtm(
liege
Of
Eastern
IKah
fomard
mks
over
and
is
fouled
by
Colleg
catioru may b e picked u p at
s , T i 9 .'’8 h " S ? „a rr the, start o f ojit#,.fii u/iniAma ^
MaxweU Avenue o r call 1
Tts during
th e second hall of thei (College of Southern Idaho's 12
12O-U0 win FHday night.
d
■ ih e g a m e . CSI th eanr]t i d e o n o o r Beltonl WillLm.
2265 for m ore InformatloiL
,
itu m sw ln ^ ln I---------------------th e m a n y m om entui
3 a c k o n th e w a y to a 7 5 - ^«cgnM.Vrnal-t.lMx1-Sl.CSIIMlSM>S,'
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I looked bai
TMOJ VHtfJ>7, f« J*. Bw-l ? i H#MM,
th e c o n te s t to bb£attle back.
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1-seedcd Snow (25-7)
M M- au. warn (iMn ca tsM niinwi
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thne. CEU c u t th,eM< 3 i L d u >
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5o»«na CSn (ThM•»>n s»«l - CfUI
womon, 5 p.m.
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w ould com e n o dos<
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applications o re n o w b(
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CSI w as
':3 0 p.m.,
Part o f the reaso
more onn a m eaninBless Bnrn$ji
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camp was a tte n d e d by players
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playets s d e c te d to thl e AU- perim eter a n d brinf
A m m can teams.
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ByKevInC
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gon
h o l d s M a r c h s t ^ uupp s
ids
loints, grabbed six rebounds
TIme»He^
ewB writer
KIMBEIUy — T h e Klmb
imbcriy
lUe
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m d blocked six sh o ts while
Youth Association wffl h oMldic: g fits '
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and
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m e'
hey
w
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ihc Los Angeles Lakers’ ih ^
M airfi 29 a n d Thufsday. Mf
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ey
n e team s from the MW
31 from 6-8:30 p i n . a t the
th e o ld
vould
foul m e a n d it’s filistraia tlUt
the
College
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ng, but if I start fo u lir« b a c k Ita
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;he
ilflnals o f th e 2005 Re- ^ As
A they have all se a so a the
^I
J W omen's BasketbaU ^ia ^e s answered the beU. CSI
Q o < ) d l X K l y t o c a m ippce t e
1 ( 7 ^ opened th e gap, cvenmionship o n Friday a t CSI sloy
tu*
il^Ieadlng 41*28 a t halltime.
ilum.
r
c
a t n ^ o n a l s In NYC
Iho vlctoiy, CSI win face • The
T g ^ e s h d d a t least a 1010*
______ N E iO O t K = .V t e u ) di l i -i i ^
tolni {^ia H th e -v n ty -th T O U ^
s Community CoUegefor— POU
in d o u t
School senior tra c k stand
hescoA idhalL ^ :
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• JttynkG oodbodyw in.travi!
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O
seeded Snow (13-17)
0 m dotff finished w ith ^14
NewYoricCity » c o m p etee ln
In tb e
)olnts for CSI w hile Kristina Pe>
UCto turn th e gom e Into pou
^
'N ational Scholastic Ind
Indoor
erson led th e B adgcn w ith 15.
a lb a a le ,c sp < » ^ y in ih e
tersi
5turday.
. . Cham pionships
Satun
took (he top-seeded and
G6o(W)d y l3 a m o n g 2 1 noatlona tI
Iked Golden ^ e s . (30- . Si a lI t .L a k 8 C C 7 6 ,
>;.•
a] CQifq>ratois tcy oom peti
>etO;in
to adjust b u t o n cc they u.<,
.
the pcnialhlon— a n e v ent
c notco
Id a h o 7 2 ; <
coasted to th e victory •
.
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points
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h
o
t
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o
f
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a n d ^ m e te rn m .
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witb
vith Just over o n e t n l i ^ ' left
®“
. The'm eet is held « t h e r
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A;rcspondcdwitha'10-0
blit
(lit couldn't get over th e hum^p,
' Balance A noory In-ioqperrM
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M ^ f d S ^ r l f i k e CC
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t
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m m atcs
cam c t h r o u g w ith big hits,
hi ind u d in g atw o -ru n h o m e2rl
r by Jeff
\ld c e r s ,to e a m a s p lItwd th
li preseason N a 9 Dixie State
e Friday
1
aftem o o n a tU U k crF id [d.
d.
D lxiew onG am e 1,8-51
5 before
CSI bounced back for a 5-2
5- vicels’ Qrst
/ r v toty> th e Rebek
Scenic West
s t Athletic Confc
iference
The
had
Rebels
w o n I I ggam es
in a m w .
‘Ttoy is a
c o m p e fttil t l v e
sucker.” said
lid CSI
coach B oom er WoUcer.
cr. 'H e
stepped u p (o challengi
ige. He
was the difference in the!game.”
g
G rundy didn't p ut uujp big
num bers like his lost homi
m eouting, a 13-strikeout perfom
rmancc
against C olorado N orth
thw est:g strike
em . out h e r a t the big
w hen he n ee ae d it. He &
finished
with five strikeouts and
id three
walks.
'G ru n d y did a nice lobk
)bk"said
Dixie State coach
e :Littlew ood.'W e've got to tip ou
ourhats
to him .'
WhUe G rundy h d d Di
Dixie to
only on e earned run. VI
Vickers'
(w o-nm sh o t a n d a tw
two-nm
triple by IcadofThitterErii
•ric Cat- tonl gave him th e cushii
hion he
needed to go alm ost a fiill
ill seven
iimings. A ndrew Shive caj
am e on
in relief for th e final o u t
'Ito ld th e m ifc v e ry th k
even, we’d nee d two more
iro time-ly-hlts.to-bcat.thcm .'^A
LWiIker____
■said.“W egotthem ."bottom
Vicker's h o m e r in th e b<
3-0 and
o f th e third m a d e it 3-<
winning
proved to b e th e game-wl
l-cem er
h it The h it over th e left-(
IcadofT
fidd fcncc cashed in aI I<
3attoni's
walk by Jortlan Daley. Cai
tw o -ru n trip leio th ec eniterfidd
te
Please see S T R ^ ,.PageB2
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G o l d e n E a g l ei s ' ; - .............
b a s e b a llxin.
Dixie istate a l CSI. DH, rwoi
t Inconsisteni t
Z Bruins splitit
” withMadiss o n
^omen wvin ugly
br trip to nationals
will face SLCC foi
pie
I
ByNathcnIalQ wnbRM H
tt
-Tlmt » «ew » w r ttf — ------Bndns’
TWINFALLS— If th e• B
season o p ening double-h
^header
at hom e against Modlsori
o n fore­
st <
o fth e
(dls anything for th e rest
season it Is uncertainty,
ty, w ith .
s e e m i n g two different
nt TWln
liiUs High team s taking thi
(he S d d
- Frtdj:^ afternoon.
T he B ruins swiuig th e b at
hondnylnG am el.coU ectl
cting 10
hits u> d ro p th e Bobcat
a ts 9-6,
only to strike o u t 13 tim
Imes e n
route to a 9-6 defeat In Ga
Some 2.
'W e've g o t a lot o f new I
said TWin FaUs coach Mik(
m :
e rica "W e'vegottofindav
aw ay to
gel, (0 c o m e together
:r as a
team."
Leading 4-1 a t th e to p oI fth o
.
fifth in G am e 1, th e B ruins ^
-seem ed to have com e o utsuOl;-------ut
d e n tly gelled a n d ready
y, b ut a
pair o f errors aUowed Ma
fladlson
back in th eg a m e ,sc o rlnig
g o p a ir
o fru n sto c lo se to 4 -3 , ,
But B niln sophom ore
re Nate
h a t the
R obertson sow to it ths
C a o w o u ld n t tu m th e comers
o
LeatUng o ff th e b ottom1 o< f th e
fifth, Robeitfion driUedi a 2-2
pitch over tho left fieldi fence,
I
\s4iich w as fijDowed u p later
la
in
th a.In n in g w ith o n w BI
l from
Z o d tS d io a lto to u p O ^3..
■•TluittM tupthO Tandg
Ig o tth e
on. Who
J o b ,d o te “ said Robertson
,wem’2*4 w ith a .h o id erra1n d a
pyrdf!RBl8.'*TVBhisttot
,sQ 'th b l6 o se
w o dkse d o u t
ry swing
andbopefiillyl'Q havBmyi
'b a c i( £ 3 r th e ie s to f th eeat"
^
lo to g e t
T V ^ FaUs w as also eblo
;
i ^ s e e B m i n s , p.P8S»B2
(
MdAo fatvdq^lf«^12.2008s
Spo rts
Jeromes g irls w ii01 CSI[ cowboys^s,cowglrrlis shinesat legion
openingg tra c k IIneet
Th»T lm t> « tw t
JEROME— T h e Jerome
h a d five indhiduol w^im a n d
y s to
tw o victories In th e relays
t defeat Pocatdlo 66-65 to vdn
ivin th e ir
invita■sea so n -o p e n in s track: ir
: tionalFridayinJerom e.
• T lie C cntuiy b m s cn
:a h e a d o fV im v u e l0 ^ 5 i
• Jerom e took third.
• Brett Bocslger o f Jerom
o m e le d
. th e H ger boys w ith w ins
IS Iin th e
triple Jiunp an d 400 m erters.
te r
in n r t s
lo c a l « P t
'
ta«fc8«iM*vCMnn-i
B)K:LPocwbK*i
«a-i.u m d K C n mia7irjnM.nxwh
an
X m ^ iir n .
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ii
L ^ ttS S ln e i
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Rnutts
CWW,I ttl w w # ! 1J
im m w Titrr - n n -nn-Tirr
J e r o m e s w e e p| »s
Mn
iw Tttar
---------------------------aT.<;— A sth ey ten d
TWIN FALL
)uUs w o n a t die 28th
to do, th e bull
)cky M ountain ReA nnual Rock;
K )attheEldonEvans
donalR o d eo
a
er <
o n th e C olley o f
E ipo C enter
d aho cam pus Friday
-Southern Idah
.night.
O rnery bnuilh
ll proved l o i r t e i
ie-h u n g ry cowboys
buckle-1
lA t^ fln o l event, as
during th e n i^
w y th a t rolled out o f
s a s s sfo.u ru la q u ic k trip to
ih e d i r t t o bb e tth e e n d o f a s M r i
ride,
^ t a & c ccffu
i i lo fd irta n d so w :thce fiite o fa num ber
du stw asn tth
wboys an d cowgirls
o f CSI cowbc
who, su>od o u t against a num from larger
b er b f comipetitors
pel
iWc t Eagles cowboys
sdiools-GoMe
____
rV ^
*
B o n n e v ille
, .
ero m e pitcher
lEKOME — lem
McKenzie M a nu ^m s ta n e d o il
fmii
th e season quite w(
^
a no*hlcier an d ac o m i ^ u p a
JL T T U
Mwtco*
w alk sh o rt o f a peri
leifect g am e as
S B i 'S S i S S S S i ” rvMu.
t b e T i ^ d i in e d BBoiuieviOelOo
By Diana Philbl
Ulbln
s i s r a j K * —
O in m ir m in g s inin<G om e 1 o f a
Tim*oiMM
I w«n
rtter
noDConference ^giI s softball
--------------------------■'***•
d o u b le h e a d e t ^fe ro m e w on
^ A L L S — The TWin
n.'mm.* G o m e2 .6 -l.
ac k team piaccd first
MMAt
I n G a m e l.M a iu
events to dom inate
n .w h U e g o l M 3 ^
H
c r r r n 0: * , ^
i h s t e l m i teet
K t o f the year on
p la te JennJierBaml
! track Friday afterS H
WhUe S ?
Bruins’ 195 points
C h d seaC rated ldIth
th e sam ew ith
jb le d second-place
.
alm ost doubli
a double a n d trto,1le
100. HiUcrcst foiittiiM K
Gome 2, iS S s d n e ftte r.
tiird
w ith 81. Idaho
..
so n struck o ut s ii tx :a n d w aited
d 59. Buhl 44, and
™t M o ,-3 w ld .
^
tw aB am b u ig w en
a
triple
in
the
w
ia
IJTwi i i t t
^
irittany Ward capn r a t.p la ia - a l------____________ Jerom eU 2»0).ne
in d m d u ai wins m
Falls tuicd throe: in.
■■■■
Buhl 1\iesday, aa tt
a s , 400 meters, a n d
ho sts Preston
die 20 metere,
W ednesday and he
o rr tth e Lady Bruins.
long ju m p fo
onFiiday.
lelsea Irons, won the
Senior Chels
M c io a ^
les a n d th e triple
11
high h u rd les
l ( 0, i b k s ^
jump.
M arissa Sanchez,
Jjgrwtfl*
Freshmani N
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r
.
s
r
s
s
.
S S r f .s s s s i„ ,- « ,.
-wmn»iiac>ii»
also a m emn bf
b e r o f the Bruins
socccr team1,. w on the 800 m eam cv
0 « n #>2
2 _
ters a n d w as
a also on th e
kam t,9emn
S ifS S S lT -lI
w in n b g ^Iris
I s m edley relay
nU7;lMR.Jraw.Wa.
D u - 1.PM. J im M l 2 MMOIM
iin iri"
team.
n s basketball standla d yB rulnsI
IH ceidenrdch tossed
,
outH aruiahH
135 feet. 4 inches to
»MEN’S
ICC. She was second
____
i n t h e d i s ^s.
p e n Q o n tzw o n the
, c am e Ih second in
h . {a n d placed third
the 100 dash,
lim in a tio n T o u r n a m e n t
S in g le EElir
No. 1 CSI
I f
t i
No. 1£ S L -,
~
Snow
m
3 NN..IIdaho
u :Ji
N o.gfM Jfah
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BOSTON CAP)—
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Paul picrcc
scorcd 38 polni
Dints, h it th e game:
u r a p e r w ith 23
w inning Jura
seconds left
ift a n d deflected
'rlncc’
Tliyshaun W
n s 3-poInt attem pt " o n •th
th«e Pistons* la st"
istheB ostonC eltics
pos&essionastl:
j i lL L --"*
defeated
D etr
letfoit 115-113
in
d o u b le overtime
Friday n i ^ L
T he
Celtics
I gained their sixth
I w in in seven
I gam es since trad, in g for Anioine
I Vimkcr an d mainta ln e d
a
'
n
No. 3 N^ldaboi^s
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No. 2 SLCC
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.
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Adri
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Junlo:
notched
c d first placc in tb e trip le
beating
teammate. Irons,
jum pbc
hee team events, TWin M s
In th
he4x200rclay,4xl00relay;
w on the
7 relay, a n d th e 4x400
m edley
relay.
o c s to fld s h o E ^ d o m iHlUcn
natcd the
th boys scoring a s t h ^
i 195 points. TWin FaUs
scored
cam e in
in second place scoring
oints fo llo ^ ^ b y Idaho
H 2 poL
Falls wit
rith 96, Highland w ith 73,
r 38, an d Buhl 28.
.
Buxiey3
rB ra ln 5 -w D m h e‘ 4x200.
T liirl
u i d 4 x 4 0 0 t^ .
relayani
a s n o b lg s u rp rls e to o n y '
I t\m
lat the sam e b is tf M th a t
one thal
le d to> die
i success o f B ru in s
standou
out running b ack a n d
o f die year, Brody Miner.
playeroi
pickedluup > s 4 i^ th c y l^ o f L a s
n e w onnth e l0 0 o n d 2 0 0 -m e tc r
s. He also anchored th e
dashes.
ng 4x400 relay team .
winntag
TWin
1
fl RiSs
sophom ore Bran*
4cNew
ju m p ^ 6 feet. 2
don M
e
Inchesi to
i defeat Eric FoUett
Idaho
M s and Judd
from Id
er, a standout baskihball
Spenccr,
player at
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Celtitics’Piercee stops Pisistons 115-
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J
m d s y o l^ B lS p jn .
In Falls giprlsdomilinate opclening mejet
^ XVin Won
2005 Regioi
\LL Champion^SHIP
:
Basketbai
•—
i9 tln
B udM
t^m
l ns and S ly G rant tie d C'OllfP'^g
C
J otI? P"*V
^
b
fo rthele
e l o d ln th e b a re b a d c rid - th e n ^ final lide^ Uazbiff
jl”
ing con
ompeddon, bodi e a m h ig way
w (0 a 15.76-second f i n i ^
& kk
Golden
M u g a n Mulk
lint rides.
laUle
i CSl
^ c o w b w olso c a m e dtie d wldi W eber S t a t ^ CaU
; In the saddle b ronc(»m > ' O
C a rk fo r d itr d ln g D a tty ^ w ii
upblgL
on, os Ryan M ackenzie aoin 63<second t i m wbOe Asl
pctltior
Ie Adams to o k th ird I
rodeto
toon impresshn 77-point, ley
ro p in g
j
)lacefinuh.C aM n W right breakaway
bi
first*pla
tfa rb eh ln d fb rd ie G o ld e n 12.7Beconds.
i:
w asinfi
I b e night was sp ic ed tq> bl
E « s s,
^ :scoring a 65-poim ride.
events w ith a la se r figi
It a ls o f ln ls h e r th ir d in tween
tv
VVright
8k)ng with tb e %vfato an
sl
ftc ® w
Y restling brin g in g h is show,
wtawlrY o f V ince l&uo
d foe down t n l ^ sec- lariat
la
hooCed
vs4io tom tred v a rio u s papi
w
— 8 new sp ap e r an
pi
On the
tl womenii side, C S l^ products
cards— w ith h u fia g e
ten Davia held tb e le a d hi- playing
p]
Chantel
EIuon.‘m n g V b ^ JoscT
I
n
d
n
g
with
a
15.99-secb ^ rrd r
Ide h id in g into th e final \feg
Vt as.N etfdirinrftbecrow dondrldi
- bI:y
of the n i ^ t U ta h ifif only for d u ee s e co n d s —
t h ^ runs
n
d ie
rli lru a buD^ &oe before! t!i
Valley'State
Si College^ U n a B in g ' rld
t)de to a 1534-second rid e bull
bi riding con^)etttlon.
h am rot
9Sote
^
t
IflVo'
r
n
m
m
iin
tty
Competiddn
Wfil
re
su
m
e
So
before
No. 2 SLCC
.
r r 'p E c S
fo r th e Atlantic
d.
ho also had 12 rcik th e w inning shot
bounds, sank
dWt]allacelnthescc-ovcrR o^ecdW
ne an d then got a
ond overtime
icc’ssh o tw ith e sc cpleceofPrincc’j
onds left.
E
iI
H a w k s 1 1L6.
6, „
1 2 , OT
R a p t o r s 1 01 2 — TVrbnn Lue
o n -h ig h 29 points
Ington scored 28 as
HawAs ended their
id losing streak.
ks. th e N ^ worst
n d e d their 13-game
gstreak.
T im beerrw o h e s 1 0 1 ,
m « wi«
C 96
M aglC
ORLAI
ANDO,FIa.— K i?dnGarn e n scor
» rc d fiv c o fh is2 5 p o ln ts
in tlie final
fin minute.— —
Gome
le tt's three-point p la y
w ith 52i
2 3 seconds left broke a
95*95 de.
tii Thiy H udson, w h o
m ode three
th
s tr a l^ t 3-poInters
in th e: m
i iddle o f th e fo u rth
quoner,
% an d Latrell Sprcw ell
h a d 717points apiece lo r th e
Hmi}crvi
rw ohres,w how onforthe
fotm htii
tim e in five games.
gnrnr»>v(th
1ind f r 4
^
m the opoiing p e rio d
»Ieft
Iverson hod 25 points a ru l 122 as
os-i, and
sists
M iv e r a d d e d 1'
17
points.
le
Iverson shot 8-cf-lB fro midthi
free
field a nd 9-oMO
th e fre
throw line as d ie Sixers siu q iped
jp a
.a two-game
.
losing streak. Iver
iverso n had only fo u r tu rn o v eers
r
^
4-65
after commltong 12 in a 104-61
jg, to Goklen State lo st TUes
loss
Uesd% .
Chris W ebber played o nse ’' o f
his best games to r th e Sbcen
cers,
contributing
16polnts, e l ^ t r e
co
bounds
a n d five a ssists. Thi
bo
Sbcers
Improved to 4-4 sin c e ac
Sb
qulrina
Webber in a s b c - p l ^
<iu
^
trade
tra from Sacram ento o n I%b
23.
23
ak______
TORONTO
___ had a seasonandA lH airlngi
the Atlanta ffl
HirB l
.
2 3 ^ a m e ro ack
d lih i the bottom o f
Trie H auto.
m a d e it 5*1 after
team, also endc
r Nick W yters gave
ksstto open the inovenill losing
crJeffK upfcrcam e
att6ni,Vi4io crushed
Streal
Ugly—
ins
Bruin
,-asi. S S s s s S k
ils Grizshorthanded M em phis
vlctoiyta
gained their fifth vie
six games,
M tIler8hot9-of-I3on.
m ac o m binatlonoflong-ranEeju
jum peis,
Inchidlng four 3-p o inters,
te and
quick drives to th e bask
s k e tT b e
G ri2zlies,w hoalsogotl4
14 points
from Brian Cardinal, sh
s! o t 68
percent from th e fid d in die
second half a n d m a d er 10
I o f 19 _
3*pointci&
P a c e rr S
s 1 0 1 , W a rrio r s 8 3
WNAPOUS — S te p h en
-NDM
n, scnuched from th e
R o c k e ts 1 2 7 , S u n s l 0 7
I“ckson,
s t i ^ Ig
g lineup beca u se h e
P H O E N K -T h u :y Ml
McGrady
a
a
m o m in g
scored 38 p oints a n d Yo(
foo Ming
iround, cam e, o il th e
shootart
had 27 points an d a carei
ceer-W ^
late
in
die
first
quarter,
“
22 rebounds, helping die
heH ous:
first
four
shots
a
n
d
firi™s ?
ton Rockets rally fri
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s h o t ^ e r Hamilton (71).
half of th
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two rounds a t th e H onda
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T u -e k T z N o . 2 N o rth
r th Carolina 88,
sJa VVtenerich, a n llry e s p ro David Toms (71)
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second successive 66 for
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u n d e r total o f 132.
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^added 12 and Squeaky Johnsor
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Everett had 18 points a n d madi
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buried Ole Miss from1 beyond
i
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th e arc, thw arting every
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difficult sCoririg condldons
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win a g a l a 'h e s a id .'I t has
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given u p h o p e '
first round o fth ei^BCO asslc.
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nm lost to Mississippi ^Soto ill
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1 ^ . (14-17) w ldi 19 pointy 5i a n e l ^
McKenzie had^
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thi first year, had five bird!
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scored
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upset o f Maryland secondh
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' was a n e i^ th -p la c e tie
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H onda in 2002.
scores soaring,
‘Hook b ack an d s e e hoN
how b a d
Raymond Floyd,
rd.D esSm yth,
aid Wet- Bob Glider a n d D.
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28th
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l u tes
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pole o f his career, a n d Elliot
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Stadler. Jeny Pate,
N
e"
seceven being com peddve"
Sadler an d Greg B iffle w m sec
year ago with his
Vegas a1 ye
to be able to kx)k b ac
ack an d ty. Tbm Purtzer. D
C on Pooley.
raged by
d
ie
Mayfield
is
encouraj
p ole a nd a runneron d a n d t h l r d . i ^ Busch, the
see how far I've c o m e since
sl
I
^ i h .F e r g u s aId
n d D on Re>esc ^ ^ t c are er pol
iLas
h o w w ellh lsN a 19Dodj
idgecrew
Nextel Cup ch a m ptenond aLa:
r w in h a d a 7 3 , u p fin is h th aa ttccem ented him as
(list tum ed professional*
ll'
shot 7 2 i Hale Irwi
•
His
responded In d ie first woracea.
twi
Vegas native, was sb ctk Hli
e est hot shot
o undcr-par ' NASCAR s nnew
■
W etteiich p lm e d th e first
fii 36 ending his strin gz~of
ified - He w as ca u g h t for speeding
sp
younger brodier,.Kyle quallflee
driver.
holes w ithout a b < ^ amn ddaverro u n d s a tll.
tonaSOO,
three
times
in
tho
Dayto
th
e
way
for
upstart
w
hat
we
we
have,
vre
know
our
U
i
It
paved
(he
aged 293 yards o ff th eJ te
te<e the
la m
b u to v c rc a m e a trio o fppenalties
e
Motorsports' b est, stufflsas
M
a sj^ a s o n y o n e e ls o ln
1 eanwhile, th e E vernhan
E vcrnhom M<
best in the field. H e ove
ovenook A u s a lo p u lls aih
h fa a H
an before
Mayfield
the gora;
i
rage and w c Vnow w hat du
duo is refusing to focus o n th
h e ir
to reniain In contention
Qret-round lead er C h ad C
I!?
season- w ih* Jeremy
J
early
of.
eaj setbacks a n d d ie ir cai
car
th e late a c d d e n t
w c a r ccapable
a
com ing a sppot
o t in die Chose for
o f S w edes a t Q
Qla tflr
b e ll w ho bogcyed tw o t
I
its
semp
le
n
t
(U
s
te
a
m
w
a
s
o
ffo
n
it
ionshlp
and
Kahne
“Lasty
ow
ner
points
to
a
n
a
c
d
d
e
n
tycar.w
estonedoS
'good
ow
Qnal four holes, sh o t 71.oann d w a s
DOHA. Q a t a r — Australia’s U's C ham pion
seaa t California, b u t m aado
d confinishes
a n d dro]
ith tw o lops to go in th e sea
ropped off a t th e e n d o f w
wii
t o a 4-undcr sraring Ovc: runner-up
m
third a t 9 under.
Richard Green sho
iring the
d iaa t
stan t adjustm ents duri
ling Rooue of the
the year.
D aytona 500 th
ir. This year, w e are start- son-opening
soi
itjo k e lc d o v e : v*U e w lnnlnf
)ell w as 6 8 to tak eao n e-stio
T ied w ith C am pbell
place fln{
-s.
racc to salvage a 28th*pL
L
ing olT
s!
th e eioy fo r his drivers.
r sloM
But itb n o t VN^iere ruined
rui
like an d Roben
Year honors.
shot 65. Swedes Pierre Fulke
Robert D am ron, w h o shi
in
ish.
n n ie y w ere both ru n n in g lr
art.
(scd expectations at
you sta
r it's w here you finish
ll a t o t n M
ati
NickW amey sh o 168 forth
r the se c - K arlssonintheQJalarMaslets.
tte rs.'
thee Tbp 10 with tw o laps toJ gc
that maar
th
go
Mayfiel?Lqtedits bis
-G reen h a d a 9 -tm der 135 & e m h a m jw; hhere both driw rs
' o n d d a y ln a r o w a n d wvasolone
as
i^ ^ p
d to contend for the
Mayfic
mee
field heads Intu d ie UAW* whein
wli Kasey cut a tire a n d h lttm
approach^lfe;W a-'ielAti
to ta l Fulke shot aa 71
70, an d KarlsatS im d e r.
tide this season. InD aim ler
a n d then Jerem y hi
erChrysIer 400 ranked fence,
fer
h it
c r c w ' a ^ S I i iciS Cabbe,
bc-month s o n h ad a 67. S
Soouth Africa’s N e x t e t a p tldi
VljaySingJi, w hose slx-n
26lh in
t e standings. Kahne is Kosej^'
1 th
Ka
sitw ho moved^tei Eubmho
Evemham s ^ * ImIsit
h am this
tv t(
ton-50 ptover
th e y rc crc of! to a slow s u n
h e n T l ^ Emle Els, the only
reign a t N a 'l e n d ed when
liter
crashing
in
each
o
f
tin
rately
need
strong
34th
alte
ting
there
with
one
driver
lr
two
r
In
season
alter
w
inning
tw Dayhim last;, in the field, w asi seC
s( ensTO tra tmd desperate
W oods s u p p la n te d hin:
sixih
the
IW altrip
sttw
abc a n d one in e i ^ t h a n dIdie
tonaSGOswlthMIchaclV
his weekend at Los
die first
i oraccs.
showings this
week, shot’69 a n d w asi44u1n d e r. backat69.
T Speedway.
Theyv
t, he’s a
y weren't equal in emalUy- race
tac a bout to end. d ie n all o fi
fa
'W e’re doing grrat,
Vegas M otor
S{
r Sunday’s racc. Kahne su
suid d e n they are b o th coming
I’t panicking by any
ing for
lin g
good balance fo r m e," Mayfidd
W
R %i1vT pt l .r
f
owner
Ray Evemposting
a im and
II X
means," c a r o\
g d ie cl^U i-fastest lap, , dow
d o n p it road in crum pled cars
ara .
sold. "He k e ^ s m e <al
now
doesn't let m e get o u t ofl
Friday, "wc know
b ut May)
"W hat can you do7 W e knov
jfhand.”
. „ ,.
h am said Fri
ayfield w ound up 2 7 d t
a (A
thee finish line
ANCHORAGE, Alaska
(/ P )— 722 miles from th
Paul G ebhardt enjoyedlaase
s v e n - Swenson told ra cxemr a n a g e ra h e
/" I
„
w as concerned abc
ib o u t the weUcourse gourm et m ^ RPridoyfbr
id
team .
being the Qrst m u sh er: to reach being ofhls dog tea
th e Yukon Rhrer In thlee 1,100“He sakl they wweren't
ei
nm nlne
nevV YORK
)RK (AP] ~ Islah M j ^ ^create mismatches theyVe ex
i n e *Bod
an d two future ere
ex- tion bearing the h eadlln
m ile Id ltarod TtaU Sled
!led D og • a s well as h e w anti
inted them to,
H iom as lookee
}ked like a vvreck as .
,
N a 1 picks. In pie
Nooso for\fen (Sundy."
plolted
said race nuushal
Race.-’
a l M ark Nord- he w rappedd u p a contentious W
th e o d iu dea l
'lp la y e d a lo ^ (lm c ,l>
Tim Thomas, n o longer b d^n g
J Vebecn
------------- Gebhaidtr48,-w ho8eJbe
best fin*— n u m .-----------------dmc, and
newsconfereni
rcnaTonUienighfof W
refened to a sT ln y T In r.b y th
e
H 'T h o m a s "sen t ref
’~the~~
I n th e b tis ln ^ 'a lo i^ tln
Swenson took his
hi: m andatory the NBA tradlni
Ish vras second i n 2000.). reached
rei
dlngdeodlinel^say. [
' iA S s c ld o m * u s e d tat
iVc w oken up a lot o f; ti
tabloid headline writers, hMI ovsv
times to
Me
th e Anvlk c h eck p o in t aait 7:14 24-hour rest a t McGrath’
dien In g h en ecd ccd
en
Ince ' read bad d iin ^ a b o u t tni
d tto get some sleep. V
“m « backup play* eraged
192 polnte a gam e since
pie in (he
tn v e le d lS m ile sitotheTW
to
a m For being Q nt to thleliUkon,
eY
ajm a
m e p re slddentofdicNewYoik
en
said 'IVc
r " m aker M oodile the
new spaper,'T hom as sal
I
th e trades after e ^ p s ln g ; 19
H
G ebhardt en jo y ed some
)m e dis- d i e d ^ l n t . arrivlni
dng shortly be- K nida h a d just
a|iA learned to deal w ldi Itt tbecause
just been grilled alter E
points Just twice over m e tsiirA
Norris, under- po.
tlnctly n o n * ! :^ fore
ire th a t fore 7 a.m. T hursday,
hu
race . trading awmy
ay stortins center
m st 54 games.
izc youte
m m u sed backup ms
after'a >\4illc you realize
included b raised m u sk
k aox a n d ofDdoIs sold. H e cdropped off Nazi M oham
n cd while taking
mm
TheaddltionsofRoseandTby'
ccnterVIn Baker
Iby* Just a p a n o f the sh o w Y
e
YoucaiA
shitake m u sh ro o m stev,
te w a n d on eo fh lsd o g s,thhet
e n headed for on two role! pplayers,
k
Malik Rose
^ ■ a n d a fum ie lor
ihot take It too seriously o rrto
tl o p e rlor, along w ith b e tte r sho
c p p e r- C ^ h lr - - 2 5 m llcssaaw a y - w l t h
buQolo tenderloin w ithippc
and M aurice
m as sonaSy."
aj T
Tbjior. with hefty W f f TT \ ■ scc o n d -ro U n d oop;
p p o rtu n & s for H m Thonuu
c o m sauce. H e also te
tecm v e d 12 dogs. M u ^ e r s si
start the race long-team cont
ontrocts.
B i j t t tj i l ■ pickto H ouston oann d
01Ineed to
Thomas, have helpet
p&i
Thomas’team still win
3,500 crisp $1 bills.
w ith 16 dogs a nid
d m
i ust end it ' “Dunce CIlop"
^ ' read (he head. M M ■I H J forMauriceThy- Stephen
Ste
sustain Its tu n o f success
S3— and
Marbioy average 10)asas
G ebhonlt Is th e o n ly
t y o n e o f w ith at least five.
xt day
on the back lo t
tnmsfer
o f It to th e road, *
slsts a gam e since die trades.
line the n ext
e
' sisi
On the trail Swe:
several m ushers in th eB top
to d er
w e n so n d e d d . pageoftheNMewYorkDailyNews.
ew
trades oddeid long-term
JA nd Jam al' Craw foitl, nc
The tr
n o w te re the K n ld s are on
only 7*22
w ho h a s n o t taken a m ane
andatory c d to turn back to McGrath, a
^ B m n Deals
— in Older .to n u k e a serbnq
longer trying to force h is of*
of
uils — Isioh Blew It salary ecom m itm ents to th e lor
24'h o u rie s t o f his teamu
i-H
H esald busy hub w here hhee 'could trans- w ith T hides
cs for Rctrcads.” Knicks’’lil e a g u & h l g h p ^ ^ — a fer
shot pu sh for the p l ^ f & ,, Iblit die
fen se has toned dow n his sho
h e would satisfy th e requirere<
p o n his d o ra hlo
o rm e q u l ^ r ,
sac a m c d thtie
e Iback of the city’s fact ever
'ery ^ r t s oudet in New ^ s e l
5as- tEam saheadoiNewYork
irk aU can
m en t a t Anvlk. 481 m iles
Hes from said Idltanxf spoke
okesman Chas othertablold,
d. ddie NewVbrk Post Ybiklmn
slsts d uring d ie slx-gam i
rTmwtinf»1yB<»<7i«rftipnnln SlS
N om e
S t George
ly caught me olf rehderin
. ,
.
"Definitely
iiig the snap judgm ent rea
reaurgence
‘
In seco n d place w as
ts Robert
R
'H e's the kfaid
i (o f gtw who guard.“Thom
a: said. I d id n tc x - th a tlh oUDtnas
mos
i
The.trades also'cq;)ened a spcr
had been fleeced
Sotlle o f Norway, th e 200
2003 Idi- hates to q u it s o0 1his d ^ l o n
p e c td u itty pxjofvenom."
eo
"laiinl
Ink p e o p le lo sesl^to fth a in th e storting lineup for pow
w ca p ^ i n ’t t o Y ^ m ^ ^
tarod w inner. Four*tiTne
lew
w jnner w as based on vAmtl
mtli in the best
p is t forwaanl
lot getnng gooef players fbrw
fin arf M kliael Sweetoey, anan* ^ dropped t o r , ^ d uel
rd two weeks, and fact that
____M artln-Buser.w a3.ln.thin
hinL.lbl:__ Inleresto fh lsteam
.
anZ^SBld.
— Thom as Is havi
g-$5.d tnuilon— th a t^ a — o th
tl er-p layer-v*ose-low -posi
—
post— j i m » the-eeasdtftongfl
lowed by Ylikon Q uestt w inner
A nother to p m iu sh er w ith- _ a t least ^for
* m ) w — a s ^ i ^ ^ o d ^rung. Getting players
ofil
d ie ankle
ofiistsive
ed^jae thosee oo:f a&m o f Ron A n te t d a d di
S rooksof drew from cotnpi
Ally Z lr& a n d R a ^ Bro(
n p e tid o n late xnlcks stru nlgg ttogether five wins m ake $1
$14-16 m lD un an d hav e. tfohammed. w ho a p p e a re d1 in
Int^uy
sld ^ln ed
idjanw al
ii
\UKlnesdw, also surprislngrace
sui
Healy.
Itfit tw n gnmwt fri» Ran
in $bc gam es
M liheading into this long-terii
!rin
— if (hoy.dcuA lus
m lo - T m e y for all b u t 40 nminutes
Rick Swenson, th e onlj
inly five* officials. Zack S
Ste
teer was in w eekend, pputting
ur
thcmsehres producer
jury sin e etheendofjanuaiy.
lefbre aggtavsdzs a fflnlti injui]
cc, that's a b a d Uilng,1 . .bd
yi
tim e wiruier o f th e Idltanx
arodThiU e l ^ t h place w h ennh1e scratched back Into thlee h u n t for a playoff Itiom os.
IS said Thursday In a tu ^ ^ ' hle'o^
e
^ ^ ^ h a a w hile p l aying
^
FbOadeLphlatostfouro
r o t seven
check]
Sled D og Race, d ro p p eed
d o( u t o f a t the
c k p o ln t about berth whUe• aalso
l foidng some p h o n e I 1interview. "We f o u n d ‘' fat
cpimes 'a fo ir'a c q u irinig,
g Chris
th e runn in g T h u n d a yy —
- th e 475m ile9lntothenJ
sn ic e to N o m e second-guesslr
fUoUty "Ttrf value In thpy*' - . . ''T t\in o tlik a w traded I^ trld
sslng among those great qtu
xlck w b b e r from S u ro m amtCK.ai^
ii
led from
Steei;v.4iosepree
flrst d m e h e b a c iatd ied
r e g r u m t ^ l s vvhow eresoqu
conScey^
ihisw egottw ofirst.nnm d. EwteA'MBTbury
^
n g a N ew Jchey'had d iree cc
iq u lttto o ltla z e th e guy% pu
rM echolngc
th e race to N o m e in 2 9 yyet
e a rso n d u e later this m ont]
inth, d te d per- two trades.
line
T hottiw h a s b «f^e rh : ’ thm. 16^polot'. d efeats
Iln
sonal reasons fo r■d*r ® P P ^ o u t
th e tra il
fTiftringlng
th i
After 8 t ain^g so quiet o n the
jandTbylorhaveghnntfae. ' (hr
,:',Rosoai
(hrtJwlngarotmd'.' •
The 54-yeaT'Old m u shg
sherofflAa o f n o o n T
Thhursday, sbc trade front threnighout
th n
the sea- t^i>m aipp a lro ic & p ab lela w .p cst'' Id
1 a h Thomoa'sakl he.savee
[vod H o m e tsin b v p d ih e W S
cially w ithdrew a lte r ieVtUming
tu
Btdied. leaving son (hat hlls
is owii staff was
8. to 'co m plem ent. Qie ,' fiww
o n o f the
so o itts.
to th e cfaedtpolnt'at Mc(
V ldkatb. 7 3 m u s h e n ln th ee n m n l i ^ '
predlctlng'onu
n u n eventiuldayon Jump-flh
shooting omllty
.Ujit’ ' tthe
as : 7 ^ sc^ ' I Q b c th e r tcs
h o u ^ h e w tnildtft» w faorr ai
hom as ^ o m a iss,, v ^ £ a s m o w 6 v e tto l'.. to «sy he'd have !t f ru n e d anc
th o m o riu n gjofFeb.24,T
of
and., g o l n ^ r o a ^ ^ k d q
ro deals.
c a te c TIhI e p te se n co c fR o se B n d ' ;'pl«
puDcd off tvro
d
p lac ed 'io n hla eitBcO'WaS
V.
M oham mled
ed was shipped to
also has reduccd.opFMh. aoi
n n
N o b ^ 'v A iild l u mS’g
’j u t t ^
frt plit’
1 ,^
cor* - d i a t w o u u b e 'f h e c a a e 'r
0 aalong with thlid- o o ^ ' a■flhnfty
l
'S an Antonio
le.yaitm
y»pt . daDy th a
headline;
piedlctedv^ib^Imidnciii
strbig p o inntt g u ^ Jamison tow*posi
}st Qcfen& r o n H m ‘ 'rec{ly.
rec
Brewer fiDT fisrw
fim bd M i ^ Rose Tbeimaa,
la ,a Ik lw ln g tb e K ak i3 to ^ flxipg
flit w ^h ahanjpDaQ Ilhtittaara-; , .-“ j t k t w o a ^ w e e t o a j
2
I2en ’s
Is falling, Jaiu
With putts
on the riseeat Honda Cl
r
rnhamdriivers hopeetojump-ii-start seasison
Gebhardt fii
first to Yukon]
icized on traade deadlini16 day, Knic
irge
icks now SIU
PPM
■
RaliHnakei:
......... UeDitycpntimics
■ doudsccding
l>a|eC4
M
.
A G lic V 'a ll.E Y i
—
Jaturdjy, M arch 12,22005
^
Scctionn C
fLawmaker!rs
looklowarc• d
tl]t& COIimtyfsf
Tlmm i ^
S fV L
Witter.
GOODINd - ^ l t
lli
ififtu n t o f
o fiK jn fa m o a s ^
^ ’and
M w ed G la ^ b
a st'D e te rn p c f,
iss^oner Carolm
g b a p r tv a ie d ib e n . f f i p p ^ don
^ the fuiib-of
p u b U y j^ th 'c oohn^c e m i - i J 'i ’ a;ne b a n A ^
E O iiw ty ii^ w chuU e
C on& issloni
trea ted was
-astewater in Gooding
County,
A fter rece
cenily acquiring addi'Operty, u lan b ia a n d
tio n a l pro]
nd riib o rfm
[rapiopertyc^vncrsflna lly react
icned a n agreem ent
th a t allow:
w s the com pany to
a p p ly u nntreaied
t
w astew ater
w ith in det
letem ilned distances
im til th e company’
a
s treatm ent
fiidlityopci
lensinN ovem bet
G lanbiaa wiD subm it its req u e st for a new perm it in May
jlying th e treated
w ^
c o i w i t h ^ de-^
b i e^ o<v a Jerome ChtJese. C a 's
reque
[uest im a spedal^it^^pam it
tb pif
fhsm
n M he c o m ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 'f
Jeiom
o m e 'io a 940-ac j y ftn ll T fl^
G ^o d in g C ounK also m oved1
forwa.
word th is week.
)On
n Friday. Gooding C ounty
an 1d Jerom
J<
e Cheese presented1
their
(
i r opening
statements to th e2
jj^paymenlits
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• . y y ^ l ^ J J ^ w i H d o t>tw
w o
sHows (oiiight In Jackpot
esort
• W h ere Cactus Petes Reso
C asln a
• W h o c S a n d lO p jn .
rhich
• How much: Hdccts, Viiiic
arc $25, $30 and $35, c a n b e n
:eoo)
served by p h oning (6(X
82M 103.
Still nasty
• W hat: 2 liv e Crew wiD pci
form tonight in Kctchum.
•W hereW hiskcyJacqucs.'
•W h cn iIO p jn .
over
• H ow m uch: N o covt
chaise.
Rockin’ th e boat
3 t
jjjjgy
• W hat: The Oakley VaUe
A rts Cotmcfl vrtH prtaisal Fron
• Loesscr’s m usical 'G u y s ani
Dolls.'
, • W here: Howells O pp ee rr a
House. Oakley.
• W heru Tbday, 8 p jn . (the
(th
production continues M ondo;
Ibesday, Thuisday an d Frida
id a y
nights).
• How m uch: Hckcts, w h id
, ?
a re $8, can b e reserved b
‘ *’y
phoning.677-2787. •
.
'if t ;
£K \
‘J ^ \
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n
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1
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Borne with a shrug
• W hat: The iCoUcgc ofS o u th
c m Idaho Theater i^ p a itm e n
s
w ill present WUliom' S hake
1^ spcarcb “A Mcrcjiant ofVenlcc.'
c i_
•W h ere : Room 119. CSI Flni
A rts Ccntcr. l\v ln IM s.
* W h e n :8 p jn .to n i^ L '
^
lie n
• How m uch: Tkkets, whicI
a rc S6 for general odm lsslot
a n d $4 fo r students an d senlo:
citizens, a te available a t th<
By Jullo Pence
Tlme^Newt wrtter ------------^
^
------------BOISE — Wllh health carc
c
c o sts spiraling out o f si{
sight.
so m e lawmakers want those
s e fo r
w h o m th e government p
health care to covcr some o f
cost themselves.
-TWin
Rep. Sharon Block, R-T\
FaUs. introduced I c ^ l a dt o n
Thursday asking Medicaid
id rc­
d p ie n ts to pay SI as a
sa ip co-paym ent for any presa
> tofa
tion d ru g The average cost
<
M edicaid prescripUon is $63.
S
according lo Departm ent
nt of
H ealth a n d Welfare stadst
isdcs.
Chiidrcn under 18 and peo
cople
w ith certain disabilities wo
vould
SZ
bccxdudcd.
Forty-fourstatesalrcadyh
'h a v e
so m e sort o f Medicaid co-p
m en t. Block said. The lai:
p l a a if approved, would save
s
$495,000.
Gov.
D
E irk
K em pthom e has recommci
icnde d a $315 million Medic
licaid
budget in 2006 coming from
tn th e
g e n ^ fund-OnFriday, bud
udget
w riters recom m ended $331
S;
million for Medicaid
People \\* o have healdi
h insiuonce already have a co-f
>-pay,
Block noted. “Vife w ould like to encoun
tirage
responsibility among Medic
Lraid
rc d p ie n ts.' Block said ‘But
ut it's
low, so it won't discourage them
thi
from getting medical care."
But Democrat Wendy Jaq
iquet
o f K etchum vousi againstt die
i
bill, saying she's not so m
n ui c h
against th e concept as d ie;la<
L ^
o fp ra cd c aliiy o fit
som e ,
"My problem is I diink so
people aren’t going to have
e the
$1." Jaciuet said, and as a re:
result
it could en d up as an ‘'admir
linistradvenightm ara''
I
P harm acists would beB responsible for taking die $1.:
l.Ifa
Sonya Nowland, family' as
a u U t a n c a coordinator w tth th e ffi
a ’a hair before telling coffee
National Qusrd In Tirln Palis, ppila c e t e t t r garland tn C he tse a’a
Medicaid patient ruused (o
o pj a y
a t th a rodeo in th o Collet
e n ter Rfday. lo c a l c h ild ren w tthh parents
|
H ege of Southem Idaho Expo Cente
aervtng In Iraq a re welling
ill
coffee and T-thlrts to
it. th e n th e druggist woiild have
hi
um oier cam p.
help n l i e money for «um
pdon
to h an d over the prescript
b u t could refuse servicee th e
next dme.
Jaquet maintains lhat stud
udies
show M e ic a id patients on
aren't
B y S andyM IIJer ' -........
T h esac ri- I
^
' good a b o u t co-payrhent&J. So;
u n d ^ l s e r fb r m llita
ffices these
w here arc they supposed lo
to g o
T lm e » « e w i w rtter
-------------------------------town
to
get
dieir
medication
if
a
to
L kids m ail:
w » itto l»«lp
l| send a soldier’s
oxt.7039.
7(
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only has o n e pharmacy?f she
i
I aare absolutechild to sun
TWINFALLS— A p o t o f Java
lummercamp? Children
asked. T he pharmacists wi
w ind
o tso id icrss.with the 2-116th
Qm help rend a local
i lm er’s
al w
^ ' j;ly c n d i r a C ii
Support
group for
u p paying th e SI, she said
chU dtocam p.
BrtsadoCo.
itombot Team stationed
Joint Finance-i^propriatic
tions
|„ Klitak,, IraQ,
Ir are selling packChildren of soldiers
\ ith th e
rsw
» H ic Idaho
mmilitary children
Rep.
Com m ittee Co-chairmen R
affeetohelppayfora
s S “ ‘_ i v " “u
oessoteofl
116th Brigade Com ba
S
S. Guard
YoulJi
camp this3ssummer. The onei)ot
rland is trying (o start a local - M axine Bell. R-Ierome, andtSen.
Nowlon
su itio n e d ln Kirkuk,. Iraq,
b
are
.
,
,
D ean Cameron, R-Rupert,. ssaid
Group
Is
pacM£»so
ipter
of
the
Idaho
Notional
>
of
coffee,
complete
chapte
selling coffee to h d p} tl
th e m at||| ira Q
ropen to chllthey favor dte legislation.
* | u , u „ ilie
i ih ’sted.yejlowand
3rd Youth Graup so children
Guord
ten d a four-day cam
am p n e a r
............ ^
Lawmalu!rs
have
been
wo
vorkdren
^
10
■
ijiue
snake
parents In the'mllltbry can’
Ite Insignia, con be jxjr- ' withUpi
ChoIlisthissum m ccA $
to IB w ith a par
ing for years to p ut forth aabiU
1
for activities and
or a $1.50 donation.
get. together
t0 {
natio n will b u y a <
like Block’s. Cameron said
M
s S ?
s
r crested can call Sonya
v rfS ^ ^ e
o fth e mluta
jport The group Is open to
wppoi
package o f coffee w
Bell said, “1think it 0ves dll
them
Idren ages 10 to 16. For more
.family
assistance
coorchiidre
I16th's red, yellow an
a n d b lue
s m a lle r^ ^ p
a sense o f pride."
)rmatlon, call Nowlond at 733t tho local National
Inform
snake insignia.
m ore often. Child
T h e bill will gel a full h e aring
ar
K n lF '
34. ex t 7039.
mory, 01733-2404,
2404,
Summer cam p will
o st par- gether to g o bow4ii
1 co
wiU iinaweek.
en ts $100 p er child. M oney is They h o ld movie
iide nis^ts. The
ness
p
s program
in place, b ut th e I
t i ^ t in m any families,
c edal- state group recendy
n d y h d d iis o n - l e a d ^ p s>skills.
l
s,esp
a n amazing group o f kids} ni
ne ed os m u d i support as
^ th o s e wilh (p a r e n tiw
wlh o w e n t n u a l'S now B ash.'a
1,-a d ay o fp o lar.
Isold.
theodi
adults d a ” Nov\4and said,
[or to full- bowling, tubing an
an«d o ih e rw in Jo
w
l^
d
,
whose
husNow
tim e
soldier,
leavj
a v in g
a ter fun. T he group
o up gets som e . Sonya No
lowland stdd the statewide
nt. is stationed in
m lip
u p h a s b een a real support
rood-paying fu ll-timlee Job
;
be- funding from th e Natloiial
Name: Kelly r r s m / g s i
t i ^ to m t a local
S r ccnlldien
hi
hind. The sum m er cat
limited, Chin Kirkuk, is ti
cam p will Guard, b u t it's lin
w ith parents in th e
^ u p startc
rted for mmtaxy chilmilitar
give these chiidrcn a m u c h - said,
Joe
;taxy
agicVallcy.SheSbccn
-Tri
needed break, saldTbnj
n
t
o
f
the
chlld
re
n
in
Mag
Age: 33.
in y a Chin,
Ninety percent i
Tt builds camamderie w ith
D M c rip tlo n :-^ ^ ^ ^ B
-State youth.coordinaior
io r-fo r.th e _ _ d re n -in -th e -g ro )
au.soldiers’_ch lld n ai.-_ th e—I
—kids."— Nowland said.
h e r own. w hat kinds
“T here%
e n som e o n e to taik to I
W aho N ational Guard
ord Youth deployed family me
White, 5
that’
o f a c t i v i as^they’d like to d o os a
•
It^ v c s th e m aanopportunity
n'
feet 8 Inch:’9saab o u t their age. One o f th e
Favorites In d u d cd
parent
*It dves kids a chano
ince to es- lo bo w idi o th e rf kic
kids th d r agea g ro « I^ Pa
m ts com m ented that th eir
170
swimming a n d movie - { ^ Ittalk
a i a b o u t events for severi i a n d b e a who oro g o h ig tl
pounds,
sam e thoughts, fc
s s s d Nowland. w ho ia the aldays
t t - f f i s r ''
brown hair,
gys»’ ________________ __
Chin said miUtaryf cchlldien emotions they ore,''
blue eyes.
r R&idlncss
Center a t
jfnu
S d S i" £ ^ * iB
tho Fam ily
E
are helping sharc th e! lo ad with
Chin sa id child
imes-Ncws u/riur Sandy
sW!anted f o r t=elony posses­
th e TVvin FaDs
Fa National Guard MUJer
yVe wash- p o u p also take o n commtuilty
o n e parent away. T hey^
'er can be mufted at 735i
sion of a controlled
that h d p thcsn
ormory.
in g dishes, baby-slttir
td n g a n d service projects tha
32644 or by e-mail a t
substance, fallure.to appear
;ar.
leam
b o th
life
dnd
“A dults have
h i a family readi- smU!er
mowinglawns. •
\ler<^ma^cvalleyeom. —■
Orfgtnal charge: Felony pos­
»ssession of a controlled
subsU nce.
Tho TMn F tilt &>unty She^
B^
tfTs Department u k a
anyone with Information
about Yost’s whereabouts to
topcall 735-1911 or Crime Stof
p e rs a t 732-5387. where yo:
iDsd ' f . ■. ■
natloih
o a ';
ies is require
f f l A n g BaBa
ByJuOoPence .
can remain anonymous and
[oyor
DOvld
blanks
Invited
a
co
rrespondant
Moyi
erifla
find
Tltn6»Wew»<
T ltn e » fto w w r tta r
'
might be eligible for a cashh
----------r — — —
Lee to
the councUb iMxt
;t if the person
.............
ilar m e e tih g o n April 14-to '
H J - ^ a t y CouncO-' ‘ regular
i n g 'i a i l ^ has------- FAIHFIEII
BOISE T he Id ah^o s{h ^ f ^
n e th Lee resigned
afih
Ifennc
Association is pushingjaabIiQ ih a t
healih
iher
ddtln
'O th
e Q ty Coundl businesa
county
l g fiunily responjpionsibill“n i le
e
would Inae&se tho respio
S n o z o p a c ^ ^ j^
)uld then bill
albilldes.
m JaB fbr
would
ty o f people w ho a ie In
Is
easibility etudy.— T h e
a n ’i spend e n o u A
• FFe
costa.,.. , I W
th eB Insurance
tbeirow nhealth'caiecos
council
i d l v o te d to study w h cth e r_
tim e here, 'Lee
L told the councu.
Those in county jaHs
I
—_ VAjtenlwd ------» c4a^« * J3S ? ^ —
U salready
M a t a r e c ompanuTbuslev
?^
est fork o f Soldier Cteek
tho w
we
Id TW n Falls
U f tw h o) h a s survhed a recall
O n n ii
said
have to p u t’$5 t o i i t^d oj c o m Salmon
62% 4*
44%
could
d beterouted.L
b
ocalteaI-es- ;
lunty already
d e o t o o a nidd served as cotm dl
Couni
tnlssaiy bQl. w hich ^ n bI o used
BlflVrood
S0% B3%
BS
tateagi
agent Bred Marolf^ w ritten !
sal his work an d his
avingiand
:......;* d o eOS
s tt ^ an d BO p re sid e n t said
UttMWood
fiC% S8%
St
for s u a thingsr oa dutvt
rto fim d th e $900 study w as ,
U m .to move
offerto
down
l a mpilre
^
ib A rro s .
has n o t b e e n1 turned
tu
BisUMt:
ta x 5S%
5i
toted. Councilm an S co tt | Ultto Lett
hfllr.cn fn lfi»ni< wnrtrnqf
. CM 5t%
51
M ttb yanycom .
o e s n th e
iflrid m b u rse m eo
iom Q toine,"hesald N ^ Sf if
f abstained. I-U-B,Engl* i HMwyi FortcO)»M 71% ea%
es
T hebillproposeatoincre
id d to th e P ^ *
•aInc.tvffl conA irt thn nfi irty
iUppw8ntic»BMln e«% -89%
S
n b l s b a b a rd
r move for md, b ut n e e tsli
I d b e u se d
.M ik e B m e la a la w e tifo ic ^
am ount to $20, p his add
OMtff
68%
69
62%
imywife.",
•
•
'.•
D
n
m
e
d
flttomey,
Ipnnnised^tE
D
n
d
n
ii^
—
T
h
a
c
^
a
^
t
i
e
d
|
lo w G o tb o m o n ^c o u dlddlid o a if m e n t officer w m e
Sidmon F*n*
u% 61%
ei
Inued. n .h o p o -th a t tb iw n i
Juisherife’ asH o condn
te d tm d .w fionnpresentsthe:
for htJalUj.canj. In acldl
A ll
lugM tofQ linyposih e eaid eome
w hoew yM
so m eone Is arrested
3r sh e h u
sociadon. a n d he
h a r l and lo o k ln
cenhuseflnant i o a t h a t yyouthink
o
i n t o 'I i ^ S b ^ a ^ ^ ^ r f ' o t i
b o o k ^ the cOsh h e oith
r es c o m - countleshsvotnkeni
s e o f Inm ale 'th a tth e y h a v e th e b e n ^ o f th o b t h »
■r «dmfcflgo ^ e m fiw th e |
d o l h its because
o n h o o d w iQ b e 'p u tlnDsCotmty
th
d ty ln m liu d.;
L'
: : ' ■ suhCvl
u Ai U th U : tiealthoroblem s.
m lssoiy 's d d T m iR ills
1h o .e i^ ( ^ . 8cr.tia pldye^
la tln T W n B U ls
Sheriff VAiyne Tbusle}(
k ytow ard - Tbus!^.saldthstL
i
ln m a te s w h o
M ^ . q i y Cp o u D d L ih q c o u n c ii d c ^Joper
w as simixRcd c b 'ih * ' I
^ O o u ^ ia iitts u ic id
d lc
m o n ^ ^ u l d 'b e p uded
t.' .’o 5 v E tt3 ,b u td id ^ '
. I
health.care.too;ifnecdtx
jBIU S,PBgaC3„
' T ^ ih a ln th lo g th e le ^
^ C hlldre]m
7-7TI
1'.;;^
pJcVj
I n s id e
O b itu a rie s ................ C2
N atio n ...................... C5 ■
Worid ...................... C8
E ^ t a r A f ^ i ^ B r ^ ^ 7 3 ■3234
^
o f ll6 tlih sell coffifee to raisee m o n e y
tary children
.bat Tiam IdahoaHS
!
i
S Sheriffejask inmates
s to F air[field c6iin(Lcihnan
their
health
i care siibi]liiits his resisi^ation
■ pay for tl
H
■
H
■
K
^
K J
Our living, dying
g
. . • W lu t: iSt Ttfomos Play­
ig y.
h o u se will present T h ornton
W ilder’s "Our Tbwn-"r .
. •W h ttttS t lh o m M ^ ls o ^
p a l Ch\trdi«JKctditun. '
rr^
• • W h e n :’?, p j a .t o d a y ond
' '
S u n * Q i;,;, .•
wd
• Ho>v much: Tldcets. wM<^ /
4di
afe$15for8dultaana‘,$10foi
fo r’
students^ can be lesoveditQ
' Iro n in g 7 2 5 -^ 9 , B it W.
to
r
I
...
,
I
ca
009
n w « m ,T W B « b ,
M
a g ic
/a l l e y /I d a h o
0
____O b it uUARIES-—
(OBirUARIE
ES
------------------------------------
Minei
le ru a
ondaytinut}] Saturday. DMdDaab'
d iBtonnatiMi, cad 7 } M 3 7 8 Ment
ForoU tuvyritM M diB
»b 4 pjn. tor noxtn lcvrfnxom. DuOt noflo
M i d a d k m tar e U tiw iM to1odtttCm
o6
tfQrpubOe«tien.n**«
o tk M a n a frM
ro vtow or tu ta tt oWuariM e c ^•,o
, 01rto p U e « a B tt^
MnrtMmdCMlMpfaKi
p<«M duata4|un.«i«nrdm ^ Tov
ni^CTifltjixon tod click on "Cbitni
uC«InnindlvfclualeQl
litiatM .'
I eollM c im tto e k , 0 ) ti> wwKinai
. -
M argaret Gral
a h a m
le ll
Lamar Come
I
r calling- He
Benturo 'Ben'leding
tim e'w ith
W
W
W heeler o fAlaska.andSharon
f Al:
(Mike) Gastot
ston ofW est Rains,
M a,
I one
01
stepbrother.
DlckPearsoni
ionofW lchIta.Kan.
. She w as} preceded
pr
in d eath
b y h e r parent
rents, two husbands
O M oneslstc:
[stct
A graveside
side services wm b e
h e ld a t 2> p.m.
p.
W ednesday,
M arch 16,
J, 2
2005, at Sunset
M emorial Paik
Pai with th e Rev.
JerrySteeleol
e officiating. A viewing win b e hi
h d d from 4 to 6
p m o n S uunday,
nd
March 13, a t
W hite Momi.
"Chapel by
Memorials
m ay b e
th e Park." Me
g tv en to th:c
cQ
Crossroads U nited
Church Building
M ethodistt G
Fund. PO Bai
BOX326, Kimberiy.
ID 83341.
w ith his tunily.
id u d e his wiie.
ley; three sons,
d eisonofN orth
Uan (Linda) An-,
i' Z u b iz a r
Burley an d Lyrm
dcrso n o f Bu
(Debbie) Ande
ndcrsonomoy,IHi*
nois; four bbrothers,
n
Rodney,
d a r k , Milton
ton and Ado; an d
th ree sisters,
irs, LaRiJne KcUer.
L om a Eg^est
^estone an d D ora
Johnson; seven
nCTgrandchildreri;
andtw ogreat-i
eat-granddiildren.
H e was pro
preceded in d eath
by his parents.
nts.
il wUI be h eld at
Monday, March 14,
le C hurdi o f Jesus
incr-day Saints Star
3iapd,100S.200W .
dth Bishop G. Chad
allTO
111 be a t 3 txm. o n
the MiDville. Utah.
A funeral v
Friends m ay call
10-JM)am.Moi
ahe
husbandJ sh
1th e Hpgth o f
sh
1m oved Into tow n w hereI she
E d n a
-
She m&rricd Kerman lOister
onN
Nov. 27,1937, In American
Falls.
Us. T h ey farm ed in Buhl.
Kimt
nberly o n d TWIn Falls. After
1
ar
M . K a s te i
Mahn; nnrf ty nitrii
tmerousi
nieces a n d nephews.
She w as preceded in
in d eath
int eon,
by b er
tnfam
e sisters,
C ourbntfaetsandduees
oducted
A ftm eralw iD becond
arch 14,
a t 2 p j a M ondsit Man
2005, a t W hite M or
•C h ap d by d ie Jtok.“ Fl
m ay call from noon und
adl d m e
o f seivIC8 <on Monday 1
mortuary,
Inteim ent win follow/fnS
ir unset Memorial P uk. The
1
e&mOy
to th e
suggests m em orials t(
1 ^ 0 Youdi Randi. RC
R a Box
17*9921.
8538, Boise; Idaho 83707-
Ihas sin ce resided.
E d n a w as baptized a n d con*
cot
1firm ed in th e Lutheia
e ia n
IfTiitrrit, a n d u p h d d the &ii
faidi
1throu^tiout h er life. H er ^
(s lo n w as g a rd e n b g an d
1raising b eautm il Qowers. Hav
Hav1ing b e e n a & rm wife, she!was
wa
ialways concerned about[ th
die
]p lij^ to fth e b im e i: •
her
^ e is survived by he
<d a ughter. Karen Kasterr co f
IBoise; tw o sisters, O irlsdn
nin e
IM orris o f BladdboL Id ah a,aa n d
le a n
IM a rth a Kopp o f America:
»
toposed recreati<ion distri<ict
[
i
q)ansion1 moves forward
m
.
_
i;* %
ocanllovascular equipm ent,
at. a
m
enn uld-tise classroom, nowI er
e ri^
tryway. lobby a n d gatherln
je rROME
c
— The letflffiC—- “arcacTh&recreatkm d ia r la wi
0,000
furnish
th
e
remaining
$400,00
Rcaeai
•atlon District's $Z4 mil- ^
n f thf» prpfliwlnn coaia.
U onpn
^roposed&idlltyeqpanston ^
K u n tz n a s requested lendln
^ ■
b p rg)grcssing
S
o n schedule, Tbm
fc
qfcS
2 . th e d is tr la 's director, Rproposals from local bank^
pn
told thi
Jie U rban Renewal Agency “th e $400,000. The financialIpro*
adon
posals
are
d
u
e
to
therecieatio
o nT hu
lursday.
P
district b y Friday. March 18.L '
e recreadon dlstrkt plans
la d a '
T he recreation district had
xm bids from contractors 0good
,
walk
resp o n se at a wal
tonday. T h e final selection .•5f f i r o t ^ o f th e fadUty laj
la st,
ec o n stm cd o n firm w lllb e „■
m o n tb l&mtz s a id l t a contiac
tracjF rid ay ;M a rch l 8 .
JJ
tors fro m th e Interm ountai
itain
e U rban Renewal Agency w
w est attended.
f c ^ pjlcdged
le
S2 minion t o w ^
D istrict p e rso n n d f d t th e
the on
proposed 19.000-square. aco n tra cto r sd e cd o n proces
icess
foot bbed lity expansion that wm n<
n eeded to be completea befbr
efore
indude
de a seco n d gymnasium, th
th e financing asTKments wer
were
ru n n ing
ia track, w e i ^ t room, aconsidered, said Mike Peppa;
ia .a
-n
H /\
[xio Thomas Roale
By Dbtl
Tlme»f
►New cofTMpondant
2005, a t T he C
.Christ o f Lattn
2 nd Vttird Char
InB uriw w ilhl
Jones omdatln.
'
“ ■ ■'"=
Burial will b
M onday In the
Cemetery. Frii
f r o m 6 to 6 p ji
th e P ^ e Mc
M ain ^ InasqucAssodations
Bi
dlnG
9*30 to 10:15
£ ooding,
^ e r a l o nrfvedbyhisdaugh*
M
(Joe) McKinney o f
n nISE
ic (AP) — A biU that
chiuch.
iB u th Zubizarreta
“j dr b eg in th e bonding
crque, N.M.; two
! s s fo r^ . 6 billiondollarsin .
hlers,
Lisa
a
n
d
^
re ta
portadon piojects dearcd
juiey; two great*
stlcgislathc. hurdle Friday,
ren, A m a p a n d
foUowir
beroftheB osqi
ving w eeks o f presentuuons by
In Boise an dzcInnieces, Juanita
th e
projects'
^)ae^
Dolores
(R
o
l-.......supnort
irters. .................
H e is survive
and Joella (Matt)
ibeforedieSenateStateAfters. Rose (Joe
{airs Cqom m ittee voted 8-1 to
N am pa a n dnda
Bi very d o se a n d
I EOle Fisher o f
senddii
diele^slotlontothellcior.
o f A lbuquerqi
residents testified
*
n um srous
ert
granddaughtei
s t th e bill's largest and
inxcded in d eath
against
A m y McKlnnc
controversial p r o j e a - a n
Its; his wife; his inm ostco
grandchildren,
extension of
LndRitaMendiola;
new, four-lane
fi
Dillon; three
i
s a n d one sisten
l ^ w vaa y l 6 from Em m ettnorth
(Albert) Bilbao,
th ro u^ g m o re th a n 55 miles of
lie) Saylor service
and was re d te d
rtant wildlife habitat that is
. on Friday, M arch
imports
Reynolds; anda
[y u sed by b oth big pu n e.
heavHy
d ^ friend,Dcm
E ara/s G o o d pland
g am e hunters.
an d tip
l
Gooding. tn' Gooding.
Ian W le y resident Wendy
liristlanBurialwill
H e was prco
1 said s h e didn't want to be
Id at 11 a m . today,
by h is parents;]
k1 a “NIMBY," which
la id i 12, 2005, at
laws. John and
s for
I's arih o llc C huich
‘ lujt-ln-my-badc-yard
tw ob ro th ersa
s |“oKen u se d to desaibe
^ Burial will b e in
A Rosary serv
[ev4ioopposcprogressfor
a t 6:30 p jn ..od
on Cem etery in
treasons. Green
she is
I I , 2005, a t Dc
about protectJ co ntribudons
m o r econcerned
a
Ing Chapel in
n d preserving one o f the
le G
in B eni n am e to
jng ond
M assofChris
d
e
v
e
b
p
e
d
l
a
^
tmcts
of
I'sCathoUcChurch
be celebrated
ai
b r e v e ^ n c ln th e s ta te to
or to the Gooding
Saturday. More
«iadon.
St. Elizabeth’s C
c'te talking about destroy*
in Gooding. Di
th e Elmwood
Gooding,
M em orial
m ay be m ade ir
S l Elizabeth's C
snry M ld iad B a rth o n W in
9, graveside servlcc at 11
In Gooding or t
FtiUs.
BasqucAssoda
. today a t th e TWin FaSs
C£me
aetery (Parked Mogic ValFu n era l Home. 2551
iberly Road. TWln Falls).
is —
S
^^^^B bB B
tv
rw iN F A L L S - Edna M.
Kasu
ster. 89, o f TWln FaSs, died
^ ursday. M arch 10, 2005, ot
cunF
nBtidgc C are & RehablUtanC e n tei:
0She
. w as b o m OcL 12.1915..
' <nA.
A m erican Falls, the d a u A "■of G ottfried a n d K a ih a to i
hoifin
&i d stet
gShe
, grew u p an d was edu*
led m th e Pleasant Valley
„ri>i
» n e a r A m erican FaQs,
S
rpar*
ents,
<
o n e sister an d four
^
broUieis.
[uest,
In h o n o r o f h er requea
dierew d be no public: service,
ai
id er th e
Anangements are tindi
d i r ^ n t i i l e r a o l d s PFuneral
Ch^oflW lnB BSs. .
to
Too CsmUy would: lifce
II
Ildgefbr
thankthestaffatSunBilc
the HfiH nnH loving car
a re th ^ gave Minnie.
A n d e rso n
la r Cornell
BURLEV— Lamar
Bur* .
Anderson, a 71-year-c
Thursday;
ley resident, died 77:
lis hi o m e in
March ID, 2005, at his
Buricy.
t 117. 1933.
He was bo m OcL
In M endon, Utah, the so n o f
:cne Larsen
SyhfesierC andAriene
;rv
Anderson. Lam ar servec d in th e
U.S. Army during the Kbnsm
War.
on-Call-on—
------------------ He-married-SharonOct. 21, 1955. In th
thee Logan
c c iv e d ^
T em p la Lam ar receh
n accountbachelor’s degree in
ai
Ing from Utah State UnWerslty.
Un
>m college,
After graduating from
Lam ar and Sharon m
mioved to
Budey an d started1 a family
an d m any other
and a n accounting5 business,
bi
e r o f T h e enjoyed spendin
He w as a m em b er
lis t o f Lat- h isM rse sa n d w i
Church o f Jesus O irist
Survhn^is indu
ter-day Saints vt4ieics hhee served
}p's C oun- Sharon o f Builey
as a BIshoa Bishop's
Council. Dale(JuUe)Anda
selor, o n th e High1 C
rer LeadCT p g d e a Utah, Alai
Webelo an d Explorer
GOODING
B en tu ro
“Ben" Zubizarreta, 88, a rcsidaho, d ied
d ent o f Gooding, Idah
1005, a t th e
Tuesday, M arch 8,2005
Zenter in
Mercy M edical Cen
Nampa.
Dcc. 14,
Ben was b o m o n E
10, 1
th e son
1916, in Boise. Idaho,
om ena
o f Pedro Jose and ^FU
Ben w as 5
Zubizarreta, W hen Ber
ily moved_
years old, his family
b a i i to the Basquee C o u n try '
sc h o o l In
where h e attended sch
back to
1933. Ben m oved b;
for jseveral
Idaho an d worked for
ecp
years h erd in g sheep
Bruneau.
llaM endiBen m arried Juaniiar
1944 in
Ola o n O ct. 9, 19'
Gooding. He served his
try during Worid War 1
th e U.S. Army, serving
~
South Pacific. •
Upon his d is c h t^K.
e ,!Ben rehe couple
tu m e d to Idaho. The
le birth
of
was blessed w ith the
b
[lose a n d
twin daughters, Rosi
1946. B en
Ruth o n Ian. 9, I94(
am M e a t
w orked for Custom
Packing in Garden Q ty
r to m
n d Juanita
1947 to 1951. Ben and]
lingw here
then m oved to Gooding
[nger CusBen worked a t Ohlingc
a lycars.
tom Meats for several
y
Juan ita p recededd rh im in
death o n Sept. 22, 1957.
195 B en
b ro th e r Doyle D u s ^ o f Twin
TWI
F qQs;
niinn>nm f n leces
le o
^a n d nephew s.
S h e w as preceded tn deal
leath
M c G re e r
- ^M argaret
TWIN FALLS —
9 2 ,o flW in
Graham McGrccr. 92,
Thursday,
RiUs. passed awayy T
March 10, 2005, a t tth e IW in
I^ C a r c C e n te t
^ tH B ^ ^ B
om July 27, ^
........................Margaret w as bom
Ity, M a . th e
1912. in Kansas Qty.
an d M arla
d a u g h ter o f Phil ani
g ra d u atin g
Pearson. After gra
sh e m oved
from l i l ^ sch o o l sh(
I. N
M argaret
to Idaho In 1931.
B tB !M 8 B
a m a iid h e
m a ^ e d A J: Giahom
death. She
prcccded h e r in dej
.fcGicer o n
m arried DarrcU McC
receded h e r
Iu n e 2 1 .1970. He preo
in d eath in 1995. She w orked
mnn/uim t ^
for Penney’s, C CL A nderson
pL S toic fo r
t J
an d th e Idaho D cpL:
^
^
m any years.
9. (Carolyn (Bob)
Ived
by
tw
o
stepdaughters.
M aigaret Is 8tuvfve<
( M i n n i e ) C llli i a s t a i n
TWIN FAILS - Minerva
Unnle) rTinqtnIn, 79.
(Mil
OTCT
ray M arch 9. 2005, a t th e .
inbridge Core a nd RehabiUdon G o n e r b l TWIn Balls.
tado
She
Sh w as b o m April 6,1925,
Guthrie, O U a,...............
■faiG
M innie is surdved by her
ecreatlon
c o nsultant for die rec
d istrict
T he r e c r ^ t o n d t o[ic
^ tv ^ ts
thfe project can iKcompl
ipletedby
’“ S a S S i n a
w ith d ie U rban R e n ^ ^
liie recreAgency, said h e a n d du
a d o n district’s legal counsel
c
m e n t be*
w ere drafting a n agieem
d e s. T h e .
nveen th e tw o.agendf
agreem ent s h o u ld te ready
re
for
t»gi>nrfi»V
consideration by both a{
b o a rd s ln a c o i^ o fw e
d^ncy
T he Urban Renewal;
win spread p ^ in e n t o f f X ^
m district
'm inion to th e reaeotion
••year p e ­
over a two-and-a-half*y
riod o f dme. Ralph Pete
sters said
irst year's
d ie m oney for the firsi
paym ent b in diebank.
onds for hi§
ighways pas
ISSfirst roiutnd
ing a ripariai
uian
flft l o a
tt
comf
nptyw idi
area along th e
aB o f th e federal
la n u and
river meetdieNEPAprocess.il
i,tt would
MiddlfiRiErivc
iinrfg HTift
^
plus . this vast notqualifyfbrfedeialfijt
S
n In th e board would not brl
]Tin{^itto
I
-this
dieL edslaturefbrfundir
■
;ame
E a cn o fth e 13 propose
she
e cts w ould 'b e fUndei
led ^ t l i r “ ■
,
lo n t
"G rant A n d dpadon Revenue
Ri
1■TJ-T,n ■- habitat."
-wmg VehldeT b onding a In
fina n d n g
•
are
plon
based
o
n
anddpai
[Mied fu,
sold. -I don
*
that
tu re federal h l^ w a yr dollars,
c
Legislature
dU nkdiedtlzen
r to
T he m ethod is controveri
ersialbesh
cause It steers U ahoawa
wayfrom
ready to givetrov*
tha
el
iport
Its
tiadldonal
“pay
a
s
y
you
goT
---------------- u p In order ti
or
road financing.
shave
a finv minuets oft die unatnni
S enate B m ilB S aud
ithorizes
dra d m e from tiie Boise Alipoi
on Board
oard
dieH ohoThm sportadon
an d A da County to theTtuna
Di
rack Resort,” Gieen sold. Died . to . u s e .fe d e r^ ra id . hhil^ w a y . .
RrIdaho T hm sportadon Boon
d to
fundstopaytheprindpal
aa l inter*
kc
ifn hond^
■sion
esL a n d other costs from
Director C huck Wlnde:; vtiui
lei
m
chaissued by the state,
Rdday’
s p resentatioa tried
ti
nl th e focus o f die discussioi
ssspedfiects.
However, d ie bin does
i
keep
£sdcaUy list die project as ddlie State
m ore o n d ie funding m edia
fie lnsteadofspedficprojectj
Iked
H lg b v w l 6 E d a i ^ f rhou n E m nlsm
a t T h e people v * o have testi
tecdonto
[ndlm etttoM esaw ldiconnec
ar h e re today have talkei
tand
State Hlghwity 55. Anodu
dierconfied
th
e a .a
troverslal ^
assodato
ited w idi
about
d ie sensitivity of die Indi
m Valley route. Vfe understani
OUld d ie 'I n d la a %Dey- hi
an
sd
Id leI
w ould go east m die new
d ia t W e know it^ a new area,
Nl
aital rock Resort, a n oll-i
Q-season
new alignm ent, and it wouli
Pc hove to go d u o u ^ aQsaid,
recreation devdopm ent
It o n the
sdU
du
ad
le ^
shores o f LoJceCakade.
NEPA
(National Envlnmmenta
Policy Act) process,” he sold
adding t h a t t e e]q>ected l e ^
[S
^
-r
^
8
2005
^
Ben m oved t
w here he h as sij
Ben traveled to
Countryseveraltij
years. In an inter
rk a tG em P a ck
Boise Basque Mus
Dm M eat Packo f 2002. Ben stau
to 1978, when
B asque a n d Am
th a t h e liked be
1 to Gooding
very m uch,
since resided.
Ben was a to
me th e Basque
Elizabeth's Cathol
1 tim es over the
G oodingandw terview
as
for the
/luscum lnM ay
lated that he is
______^ b o r i s M . P American
o i
an d
b o th cultures
Doris M.
TWIN FALLS — Dc
IWin Falls,
Power Lewis, 85, ofTWli
m em ber of St.
ch
jral
passed away Friday, M
Maa rc h li,
Hi
hollc Church In
lur2005, a t h er hom e w
wlith h e r W ’v .
rasalsoam cm 1? u rch (Rasm ussen Funeral
ch
family a ro u n d her.
H om e. 1350 E 16di Sl . BurDoris w as b o m Sept.
Sc]
20,
;____
of
ley^ '
1919, in Nampa, Idah
d a h a th e
Bi
rial
id M
d a u ^ t e r o f Ray and
1 au d e ■ | B | j | p * | ^ oK w e r - L e w
at K ath le e n 'C a ss” B artaocof
o v ed w ith
Allen Power. She move
w nnlfred
in
EQen Stombaugh B
u lu h l M ass o f Christian burial
3llC
h er family to Buhl, Id
Idza h a in B y T
of Boi
^olseandform erlyofB uhl C)
id ischool
a t 11 o j n . today a t the Im muhl
ac­
1933 a n d a tten d ed
n o rlo l service a t 1 p.m. u(F.late C o iite p d o n Catholic
r
memc
;» l
rom Buhl
there, grjiduating fron
today
s.y a t S um m ers F u n c ^ Bi
C hurch. 1629 Poplar. Buhl
H i ^ S ^ o o I i n l9 3 7 .
Chap< E a ^ a n d Ustlck, 3629 (Farm er Fim eral C h apel
ived
'
She th e n receivec
fsddcRoad. M erldloa
of
AlBuhO.
teaching certiilcatc from
frc
M
ja
bion N orm al School ai sh e
e m E 'Z el V osburg ManFen
u i u ^ t school her last seven
L aV ede W alker Stostny o f
S o f TWln FaUs, nusmorid - M u r t a u ^ seivlcc at 10 a j a
years before rctirem<
. a t o a t 1:30 p jn . today at
I^ r.Id a h a
tlson o f Portland.
ihe A scension Episcopal ““
a n te d Ihe
In 1940, D oris m arri
gj._Lg^yjj__knfiW
a
n
d
loved
hi
•andchHdren
a
n
d
____Churo
irch o n E astland Avenue In------------------Iove-of-her-U fe.-Iack■gnmdchildrea
T w in
a :Fam (Reynolds Funeral Di
D o ris h a d a s p e
n i e y lived in m anyrdUTercnt
dl
Its; hitAnnrt,
ChOpt
p d , 2466 Addison Ave. E .
Id W
tio n to h e r grar
placcs d u rin g Worid
’ ar II
p_
nPalls).
_
HoDi. a n d h e r nc
lerdaughter.Kaila
-TWlnl
an d d ie n w h en Jack returned.
ret
tn
e a
p a n d so n . Coydei
Mled h e r in death.
h e transferred and becam
bee
^
BRIGHAM
cm:
Utah—
Pa­
>rial service for
Ethithel Bo in n B utler Cole*< ^
o o n i th ree m o n
state patrolm an for th
thie sta te
G lenns Ferry, “tricia Lee Elliott; 69. go f
:M 7 th e y
tuie. Doris pi
X h d d a t 4 p jn .
m a na o f
o f Id a h o a n d ln ’ 194:
R.ihi
Strength onto
arth 15. 2005, a t
graves
reside service a t 11:30 a j a B riA a m O ty. Utah, fonnerly
m ade th eir h o m e in Bu]
^
1 by all who Maxine Carlsoi
today
e ro fth e
ed h im
lyatH ararm anC em etcrj^ of^iW ln Falls, died Friday,
Doris was a m em bber
^
I h. c L _______O r e . ; _ l L :reck
g ^ C om m unity
i c o n Tor family ond M arch I I , 2005,'to Plnedal&
jM h o d ls t
A n p c d a pl ^e d a l connec* seven grcat*graj
GrandvlewOiive,
Itm cb
Buhl
U n ited
Met!
S
w
y
a
lahn. She
te n d e d to h e r ;
with Bistor Dale
M end
Ids a t 2 j p j a a t the Glenns S
C hurch in Buhl. Idahi
H e r parents;
A n an se m en ts win be m ade
Odatlng, Crenm*:
F enyy S e n io r C enter (Deied fo r 49
M azvln. fo r hjranddaughter.
l» I
a n d Jack were married
new est gn»t- L ew l^ondherc
Bed aw ay
care o f h e r a n d fiw
itvate in urnm ent
maray
a y i F uneral Chapel, 737 .tw
f P o d s & A ^ U iI le y Funeral
^ears tm tfl Jade passed
d e a who was Lewis, preoedec
Ifom eofTW in Foils.
w hen ahe n eeded
a Gooding).
V.
ifid ire c d o n o fth d '
M a la
o n th s prem a- • A memorial
& %Hey Funeral
Doris w as ahvays a 1
pa ssed hex D oris will bt ea RI i l l 3 , i d ^
^
d a la
i u d ta M a itin KM d o f S3
ca rin g optim istic an d i
iqpdeaandliftTUesday,
M
ard
*2
o u i^ s h e V/asti; d a u ^ t e i
Uy requests th a t '
O aklq
ley, f i m e ^ a t 2 p j a today evB U H L — V Ruth K nudsoa
IM p e r s o a Even tbous
th e Rock Creel
(Moivin) G artner c
b e gtyea .to th e
a t thlee O akley Stake Center o f 89,
Wi
w as often In a n e aItt d0 ^ o f
o f B u h l died VUxinesday
in k you is ex- C hurdi. 131urtner
Gn Fund c /o
“
I h e CC huich o f Jesus (3ulst o f evening,
Bu
palD. h e r strength wras
a a :a n In* Idaho;' tw o brot
M arch 9, 2005, at
ar^'son-ln'-law,
TWIn
vritl
je e p fiilth ' C ham beiB ofCald
utonal Bank, a n y
litttcrspinition. She h a d a dee]
cr-day Saints, 3 01N. Cen- W ^o o d lu id liv in g Center In
[».e]xeptlonal M etzger o in d :
a n d Ronald Cbaic
o d ia r ity o f o n e i
-terAM
In th e Lord, shi9 d dMi ^i t e d b i
kve. F rien d s m ay caQ from B
beuhl
t
e
holding
h
er
ik
in
a
n
d
prtva
A iigdes, Calif;; .
■;* '•
.1 toI 1) 45 p m today ot tho MiA c d d n a d o n o f her life win
^
Damily a n d sh eB w in b e
e d to b e h d d . - are tin d er th e d
b e h eld a t I I a j a TUesdau^
r r i s b h e r s o a FarloA M aglc^
M arch 15. 2005. a t Reynolcla
if Kdmewick. H o m e o f T ^ F
ter, Mary Jo ' T h e fam ily i
■ ,i
eroirW inFolls, m em orials be
ro thers, Alan C ayden G a n n
S ervices
M o n d a y .a t T he ( 3 iu r^^ o f
Jesus C h d st o f Latter!r-day
Salnts. 23709 U 5 . Hlghwa)
ray 30,
M u rta u ^ ; viewing & m ,4 to 6
p m S unday a t White Mo
to rtu a ry a n d 6:45 to 9:45 ta m
M onday a t th e d iu rd i.
,
.
P-mma Bedc o f Indep
ependence, M a . service at 100 a{ m
M onday a t Carson-Spc
peaks
C hapel. 1501 W. Lexing
ngton?
A ve.V lsltation& om 3toS
S ip m
.Sunday a t tb s chapel '
INOITCES— D eath
P atricia Lee EUkttt
Funeral C h a p d wUfa R
RossDrown offldntlng Burla]ilw
’ in
follow a t Sunset Memo
lorial
Park. R le n d s m ^ can froi
om S
to 0 r u a M onday wUhfiuj
g r e ^ f r l e n d s from ' 6 ti
p m a t Reynolds Fune
C hapd, 2466 Addison Ave.
S
TWinFalls.
w in
AfUn obltuaiywiU appea
a la te r e d ltlo a
'
^ E u n k a R H flft
V. R uth Knudson
HAGERMAN — Eunlcc
Lee R
Hoh. 83, o f H agem iaa ddie d .
Thursday, March 10, 20(B, a t
VfoodlandEsttiteslnBuhl
m ade -
Stddq;M«iliS2.2l
2,2005 Tbne»^<«wi,TwlnFiiIi.I<lah(
aho
M a g ic
’
:V
a l l e y AV e:£s r r
Engineerss work to
Dearthliof saiiimoii restitrictsfiiisiiii^ E
bufld suici
cide barri(ier
gpsp»
I
(A P )~
SACRAMEmU CoUt (AP]
A battle (hot w ent an the w ayto
orsago
the White House four years
over scarce w ater in the Klam
lam ath
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -— bridge in Its original ann deco
Rhfer win sharply restrict sain
salmon
als style," C uirie said,
joldcn G ate Bridge ofUcials
fishing this year along thic
e cCo u .
ive
Sincc th e carly 1970s,. liI)ri<l{’e
^ve th e green light to move
fom la an d O regon coa
coasts,
Lhead w hh studies for a suldde
de archdtects iiavu dmivu upip more
fisheries m anagers said Fridi
'riday.'
urrier F ric ^ , leaving e n ^ e eers
r s th a n a dozen different lilianier
ban
The cutbacks com e desnii
sp ite a
vith die difficult task of designpi- designs, b ut oil of theinIII have
record projected retum oofhChi*
ng a structim : dint can stop
op iieen judged oseiiher loo ii;
nook ^ o n to the S aaam
imeento
jridge ju m pers widiout marar- in e f i( ^ v u at slopping sulc
River system to the south, wh
ing die w orld-fam ous span.
A wire barrier called aiZ-Clip
7
. im p r o ^ g conditions conc
ontrast
Ttie board o f directors of die
h e w as rejected in die laie L‘I l!)‘H)s
with the low w ater le v ds
i^ iand
Tolden G ate Bridge. lli(;hway
■ay b cc ausc people could cclimb
warm tem peratures thatIt hhave
md T ta n sportadon District
ict over die 10-foot higli fen
L-iice. A
plagued th e K lam ath Ri
roted 15-i to approvedic'BuildId- proposal to hang a net to0( ca(rh
alottg the Oregon border.
ng
and
Operations
ns iim pcrs w as dlsmi.s.scd i>e(>ecausc ,.
Poor Klamath conditions
n s ia s a
^
Committee's declsioh last
1st I required the recovery ofofpeoresult o f w ater diversionss dircc
th
T
nonth to dev d o p adeslgn, con>n- pie \ ^ o fall into the net
ict and
and four years ago m ean a m
n ln iuct environm ental reviews
^
ws Interfered with bridge repa
pairs.
imal rctum o f salm on this
y
Isyear,
md seek funding to build die
he
"All d ie deslgn.s liaxx*: jprolisold Chuck Thicy, q salmon
uidde d eterren t
ion exlems. Tlierc's no easy soliii
lLiiiiin,~
pert, with th e federal Pac
Since d ie Golden Gate Bridge
Padflc
Wk m L
'
ige said D onald MacDonald,I.i a .S;in
Fishery M anagem ent Counc
vas built in 1937, an estimatoJ
iindL
ed Francisco architect who
ho de‘It affects fishing all d le
ie w^ o y
1300 people have token the
h e signed previous barriers fnfor die
down the coast." said Eric
leadiy 220-foot plunge from
ic 1
Lirim G olden G ate Bridge,
son, w ho m anages oocean
a
vhat m any consioer die world's
d's
O ne o f d ie biggest cluilli
l]Iellgl■^
k
X '* '
eading site for suiddes. An avsalmon fishing for the Califor
IV- is creating a banier diatIt' wtin'l
iifomia
D epanm ent o f Fish a nd Gai
:rage o f 20 people pitchch • block d ie wind aao-ss a ch;
rhaniu'l
Gome.
hem sdves over the 4.5-foot-tall
all known for powerful giisi.s
sis that
"Tlie im pact... is in the millli
lilllons
ofd o lla ^"
ail cach year.
liave forced die dosiire: of
0 liiLGolden G ate directors cxac- 4.20fl-foot-long bridgf. wwiiich
Limits along California’s north
nc
.p
r
e
)nssed
concern
about
how
the
he, co n n e cts San Francisco;o anti
coast could m ean 200,000Jfew
fei er »
«
.
a id for Canfomla Popartraent
nt <
of FUh and Gam e blologlit Mark
lark Hampton lo o k s over a weir,r, a stn ictu ra t o dive rt
iistrict vrtjuld pay for die projdisc
oj- M arin County.
' salm on that would have sold
« t The cash-strapped agency'is
is
In 1951, 70-niph wiiuls
S30 to $50 cach a t the dlock,
o d a tfver flow, tfurfng tatmo
'mon counting o p eration s on Nov.
V. 1t 2 ,2 0 0 4 , o n th o S h a sta River
Br near Yreka, C allf. Tho
alrc,
ilrcady considering raising
ng causcd th e suspeaslon briil
ridge Io
loss o f $6 million to SIO milU
niUion. S tiu ta flows Into Uio K
Klamath River.
brid
iridge tolls from S5 to $6 to sw ay erratically up and 1<<lnwn
said Dave Bitts, vice preslden
sa lm o n seasons. After
Aft p u b lic prem ium becaust
a
u
se
o
fp
o
o
rc
o
n
also
adva
Ivanclng
a
p
la
n
that
dos
Jose a $70 million budget
;et a n d from side to side, pu.'
iii.siiing
the Pacific'Coast Fcderadon
hearinffj M ardi 28
i
8 and
29 In ditions as tliey
ttraveled to th e
!y
would
lim
imit river fisherm en to
shot
honfalL
cars o ul o f dieir Luies.. In irif
Fishermen's Assodadons.
Westport. Vrtish.: Coos
xtsBay.Onx; ocean after tiicir
licir birdi. fishery
10 percent
n to fd ie allocation, b et 1 district plans to look for
for years later, die brid(;e didistrict
The
“We're going to have a b
iif, tiie coun- m anagers said,1.
sides die
le 15 percent a n d 20
outs
lutside m oney to pay for the
he spent S 33 million to sirent
nethun
half the flsning opportunity t
eason a t Its
O nce sustainal
linable limits are
percentoptions.
op
stud
tudies, wiiich arc expcaed to the span. Any proposed didesign
we had last year off dtc coasi
in Thcoma. set, tribes'are alio
allocated h alf th e
"We’te; arguing
j
over a few
cost
ke w ould ha v e to pass rigo
gorous
ost about S2 million and talu:
California an d Oregon." &
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hr-The-remaining— hundrcd-1
i - f c i r i j r t h c river foi— abol
bou n ^v try c aT srsa ld -sjio k)&
es■— ^acrodyiianiic-tests'iinviiiu
lurtiiip-------Bilts, 56, of Eureka, w ho 1
r°* ^
. T herestrioionsarei
iresparkinga fish are divided
I
cd between
com them verst
rsusdiousands offish in
won
rt)man M aiy Currie. Building
ng nets. Lining die walkwayly ;%itli
been salm on fishing for
:n river an d m e rd a l
and
S h t5 2 n e w fight betw een
id
recreational
dieoceanl
n for us," said Bitts.
thei
tie barrier itself is estimated to d e a r fib e ^ a s s wouldn't't ' v\i)tk
• _ years. “I'm looking a t probabl
ocean Bshermen ove
3ver die few - fishermen, in die
1 e ra n d in tiie
iie
tiv
Poorreti
ctum
s
also
am
Crusuatcost
ost betw een $15 miilion anrid
d because it w ould l>lock
ck ihe
' 50 percent red ucuonIn m y r
fish d iat are projected
te d to retum o c c a a
Ing
ind
idian
tribes
w ho
$25
1
25 million.
•
wind's passage and caust
ise tlie
cnues, an d I'd say for the wh
10 d ie Klamath, site! of
ol an ongoTVadidonaOy,
ri
i, river
fisherm en
traditional
lally depend o n th e
W
ire bridge to shake uiiconiroU;
While
bridge officials Hgure
lUnhly.
fleet."
struggle betweer
ccn farmers get 15 percent
It -— about 1.200
salmon for
fo: bodi physical an d
out
u t:
how to finance die project,
ct.
Previous desi^gis havee Ibt-en
Besides a truncated seoj
w ho n e e d d ie w ater
e r f o r ir rira - fish d)is year, give
given die p o o r respiritual: sustenance.
s
For
ine
n
^
tie
ruled
o
u
t
because
were
coi
ngineers
will
confront
the
L-oasld. bctM-een Fort Bragg, Calif, a
d o n a n d fishermen1 and
ai Indtm turn. But tiit^rc
y re lobbying d ie
stance, hdie
e Yurok THbe, which
com
u- ered to o unsiglitly for
:>r tile
omplex Job o f designlnga bar­
Newport, Ore.. w here die buD
buJkof u^bes w ho w ant rr
m ore sent California comm
mmission for 20
flshes at die
d Klamatii's m oudi,
rierdiat c an prevent suiddes
cs N ordiem California iaiidii
diiiark.
ter
KlamaUi salm on live o nce
® tl
dow nstream to nurtur
tu re fish.
percent tiiis~yeai
year, arguing th e
expcctstotobe aiiowed to catch
iie w hich Is eligible for (he N'aii
'alioiiai
/idiout com prom ising the
reach dieocean. shorter seasc
■ T h e season limitssw
wiillbcdriv- economlcaitypoo
poor rc^on nee d s
about half
ilf
die
25.000
salm
on
it
brid]
y.
Register
o
f
HLstoric
I'laces.
ris
e
's
appearance
an
d
safety.
;s. Othare.cxpcctcd soudi o f south
e n in p a rtb y a d c d slo
ion
r expected sportsmen's doliai
3llai5.
^vasaIlotIC
ted1 last yean
^
“The
engineering
challenge
ge ers \w k rejected bw iiisese d a y
San Francisco an d along
J8 (
ncM week by die Calif
a lifo m iaF i^
T h ed edsionha
liiasad lsp ro p o rMember
ieisofdieKanik.Y urok.
willbe th e iiaiancc o f finding
ng obstructetl scenic views 0of die
/ill
Oregon coasL Fewer flsh
aio n w hen it tio n ate rippling
" a
an d Game Commissio
n g efl^ea in th e
H oopaand
n d Khmadi tribes plan
som
cs l>acific O cean an d San Fnim
incLsco
omediing diat.deters suicides
will be c a u ^ t off V \^ilngti
ngton. m eets in Oakland.
ocean, >vhcre spc
sport an d recreto rally wid
Idi fishermen a n d envi\\4ii]
M
e
keeping
d
ie
fiavor
of
d
ie Bay.
iie
w hich uses a q u o ta systc
Ihlnook pro- adonal fishermcr
O f d ie 239.700 Chil
men m ust avoid
ronm entai
toi groups M onday at
RecrcationaJ Qshlng also will P® Jected to retum to the
th e Khrnadi catcliing evenI plentiful
p!
Saciad ie Califoi
fomla C ipltol, u r ^ g
¥>
m ore restricted this y ear
“T Idie this year, fisheries mnanagerssay
ai
m ento River Q
ili
□ilnook
to avoid
Gov. Amoli
old Schwarzenegger to
f l
_________
l e m h o f the West C oast
35,000 salm on m usstt.!survive to also killing scarce
ree IWamadi River
becom e “Comln
“C
d ie Riparian*
'The. federal fisberips cpim
? iu ^
su sta in d ie populati
lation diere. salmon,
— atakcof]
o ffon one o f ills movie
conti
onthued ftom C l
If it tu rn s out lhat sonieo
eorie is
meeting In.Sacipmcnto: Frid
Members o f tin
■But 3 - and 4 ^ - o old
l c fish, die
the federal fishroles —• to
t c ham pion m ore
ily going to need serious care
ire in a
ced healdi care arc prompdy
set dfHoal opdons for tills‘y
yei
«u> m o st prolific spawner
n e r s ,a r e a ta e iy coundl counti
untered Friday b y
w aterforK
•Klamadisalmon.
p^j
iis iiospital, Tousley said lieI ii
asks a
ut on th e c o u n ty fndlgents
laie on
judge to release the inniai
md.
intil he
ri- ills own recognizance imt
Then th e county hires a pri:i
to
cl;
gets
well
e
n
o
u
^
i
to
retitrii
11 jail,
ate
co m p an y
to seek
te. Tliat way, die county— oirpropr}
om pensation from die Inmate.
ve erty tax payers — don't lia
liave to
"WeVc
always tried t o Y tf w
"V
BLACKFOOT^ — ' Blnght
gham
* = =
argued that most
ost of die new s"H e sper
n- pay die inmate's m edicil bills.
bi
lent die day w idi us.
tiiebudget b y seeking rebnle
County Judge Charles Roos
b ris f
p a p e r stories that
th
OScdoIdaho In btli
ap p e a re d
s h a r e d iss cexperiences a n d said
burs
Nonedieless, Tousley |)oi
loiiKed
ursement." Tbusley said.
'kiycd a pnuim inary hearing
Ing In ___________________
__________
about die case can
h, oul.'"IVderul law riKuulales
les dial ■ ‘
cam ew idilntw o h o w lm p oortant
r
diat box h e ^ t
“T
"These
days w itn die mcth,
th e first'^egree m urder tiiu
(iy. we
v a sa n d h o w h esh arcd
tiicn
th w hen diey arc in aistody
aby being found, from us wa;
icre are so m an y inmates witii
Michael C h ile s Williams ur
al pretty m u d i have to takeca
care of
elp mitigate tiieir w itiiidscor
omrades,"BIakeysaid.
allki
il kinds o f healdi problems diat
April?.
se diem . W liat die law says is tluii
idol jurors.
wVeeoften h ave to address diose
m oved to anothe
WUlianu Is accused o f fata
ic
\vhensom
eonelsinjailw
elhave
I'e
sues Willie they’re In jail," he
^* 3
b ccause of publidty.
Punlshme
nent olarlllcatlon
teiji
shooting C hristopher Rl
to take carc o f dieir pain.'
dded.
now Stockbrokers s
•ii» «
T h e balw died,f' and
a
Adams Uiree d m es outside
bill passe
ses the Senate
“ Michefle Sm idi is ac
work to helpp soldiers
S(
Blackfoot bar in late Febnion
l e w i s tr cO N - A b lU to d a r if y
felony involuntary ma
WUllam's lawyer, Dou®
LEWISTON-— Stockbrokers punisiimcn
ents for Idaho public
f 1
— ^
Nelson, ^ k e d that die proccc
of D A
servants who
wi benefit b y unfalrall
Judge Ron Bush said
soi Thuis- « a Lewiston afllliate
ings b e puslied b ack undl n(
mtlnuod from C l
"Opera*
ly awardir
iing sta te co n trac ts
Conti
Ardiibald Jippealed tlie■ I’ianI
community Davidson havei staned
su
COI
m onth (0 allow d ie defen
lla coverage
Shoebox" for
for U S. soldiers ’ passed die!
1C ning' an d Z oning Coninii^
i^ion's'
ic Senate Thursday.
idah
em otions a n d m edia
laho
Suprem
e
C
ourt
after
die
team m ore tim e to examine c
iry.
in Iraq, harkenlng
ling back to d ie
Now, die
:ieese's
fie offense is a m ^ e cour
couldinfluenceajury.
Dunty denied d ied iee se co m1).^
- approval o f lerom e Clici
idence.
dayswhenA m eric
ericans sent care
m eaner, au
pun lshablebyayearin
pan\
As a result, die trr ^ m ay be
er p e n n it
any's request for 0 vrasic\«iter
In addition, Bingham Cour
Idon: Jurors
packages to soldie
ounw m oved. A nodier optio
Idlers S i t i n g in
]ailand$l,C
1,000 fine.
'lancl
Jicf-appllcadon p erm it
T h e comp.;iny quest
istlons
Prosecutor Scott A ndrew/ told
tc
Undcr di
o m anodier
Vietnam.
die bill, such crim es
t
could b e selected fron:
"Tlie
Justices w ere very en1- w hedier ih e Archibalds hat
lad the
th e court he's still, waiting'
i
lg for
cou n ty and broughttto
toP o c a td T he care pac
k
ickage
program
would be'e
J'considered a felony
gage
iged a n d asked a lot of tough right— o rsta n d in g — toap
nppoJ
autopsy a n d m edloil reports
mded to in d u d e
o n th e seco
)rtsin lo for th e trial dial's set to b < ^
has be en oqiande
cond offense.
ques
uestlons to Ixidi sides,* said d ie decision. The issue surf;
irfaceil
th e ca sa l^Ic hopes to have
ti
local churches,. ddui b s a n d d v ic
/ e ^ e April 19.
Chri;
The bill1now
n moves o n to th e
hristopher Meyer, a n niiomey jy again In th e hearing onrriday,
Tri
additional docxmients widi
dd^
T lie judge suggest
ested T\vin
organizations, businesses
bu;
ir Jerome C he esa
and
House,
forle
Meyer said,
tlic week. A ndrew s told3 dti ie Falls C ounty o r Ada
ida C ounty
individuals, sold
E Blakey, a
id Dob
Sen. Ga
jo ry Schroeder, RFo m ore d ia n four years, the le
For
“They seem ed particii
:ularly
court he intends to call up
u p to w ould b e acceptable
t
le trial
locastock salesmanI who
wh h d p e d inileese
Moscow, sponsored
st
d ie ediics
dic
e processing plant's re- s- interested in ihe Issue of
si;
siand-.
seven \vitn esses an d ontldpat
ipates tions, it he decides to0 nmove i t
da te d ie effort
nest
bounced
around id Ing," lie said,
bill a t a tH
tim e w hen a S enate
ques
the y^irll 7 hearing will conco
After die inCmt's1 body
b
stween th e county’s Planning lg
wes were filled
EdticsCom:
mmlttee was d e d d in g
. Iktw
Form er G ooding lounty
Coi
was
Th<^
boxes
d u d e in a day.
found Feb. 3. die com
coi m uhlty
^ d i tilings iike
like beef jerky,
id Z oning Commission, n. P ro secutor Phil Brown,
th e fate ooff form er S en. Jack
and
. who
Williams, ^ d d e d and wei
wear- ond police departm ent gave the
canned smoked
oj
)unty com m issioners a n d id co n tin u e s to represent
d oysters,
books.
Noble. R-Ku
Kuna.
cour
It the
ing a grav striped /all unlfor
Iform ^
a nam e, Angellci
Ique Hope,
magazines, ODs
aa s o d s , oristrlct C ourt before landing in in county In diis case, could
lube
•s and
Noble, who
w
resigned M onDistr
not
•
during th c -p ro c e e d in p I-ti:
-tiiis — a n d bought h e r a head*
a d sto n ea ta
garikcrssald.
ic-Idaho-S ijprem e-C oun-m
i- reached forcom m ent.-----st—
■ sponsotEd'a"biU -to— die-1
day,” had'S|
week, told. Judge Roos umt-l
lat.he Pocatello cem etcry
Blakey said thleeflort
ee
iring,
A decision In th e case c<
could
rem inddu m g e stai
tate liquor laws an d
sprin
understood N d ^ n ^ 're q u eest
s t to
s n ild i’s pubUc defender,
d
c d liim o f w hentl he
he was in sixth
Jerome
C heese proposes to0 be iianded down In diee :next
failed to disdose
di
it m a y iiave
Jcr
postpone die tiearing.
• R andy Schuldiles, said
st
a t a grade in New' Yc
instruct a w astew ater treatt- tiirce m onths, Meyer sjiid.I.
Yori:. se n d in g
benefited
I ills c o nvenience * consi
-------------------------------mem
hearing last week diat
dij m edia packages oncc a m o n d ito a so lent facility a t d ie fann an d
store.
ic die treated w ater to irrigate
)Ut
coverage h as tainted
ie ■ Timcs-NeivsrvponerMicI
'ichclh
Iklal of woman who put
d dtie o p in *
dler in Vietnam,i<
n lied to .ih e c d d c s
»isctl
Ho dien
ops. The p erm it seemed to b•e
e Dunlop can be rcachetl at
It ?35.y a ■ ions o f potential juroi
irors in die
O n e Saturday
;e. w iiich w a s concrops
day m o m in g .
com m ittee.
baby In trash may move
soh^ed in 2 0 0 2 until county
y 3237 or by e-mailil rtf
area, necessitating a1 dchange o f Blakey says, a New
Ne\ Jersey solvened to nvestlgate
im
his actions,
resor
P O Q V rE lio — T h o B Md oolf a venue.
sidents
W
illiam
a
n
d
Gloria
^ [email protected]
dler knocked onn th
dl e d o o ro fh is
-c o m p lie d from
Pocatello w om an accused
ed o f
Prosecutor M ark Hicdemon
Hi
hom e.
-w irere p o rts
V!:9|
»
isr
1
0
8iU s_
Judgeddelayshcearing in1 murdeir trial =
iSSS S
lVaste___
S
House app
proves mil]llionsforUt
Jtah road pprojects
SA UlAK ECTIY fA n— UU
Utal^ M ore tiuui 30 percen
x n t o f our
could get upwards o f SlOO)nUIm
nvijor roods are. in
In p o o r,o r
Uon in fcdend f ^ d a for sta
&mtc. m edlocie condition, arid
ah 29 perhighway and 'road projects’
s' if a c e n t - • o f o iu '' bridj
ridges are
biilpasscd by die u ! s House
JSC o f structurally d efldent
I t o r funcIteprcscntadvcs Thuisd^Qrr gets
gc
tionally obsolete." ’
«itrniinr opptt}vaMn tlic Senotc.
ate.^
Bishop a n d odier: Utah
U
con______The fundsjire*pa|t_of-ajsi
g six- g r c ^ n a l m em bersLcalled
o
the ,
y e a fr $283.9 billion h i^hwoiy
wi
bill "y i^ o v e rd u c T one!
in d sa id tiie
apendlng blU. w hich son
som e p r o j e c t s ^ critical Invi
Jivcstmcnts
0 ” ito ' In cnmmunlttp«i ti uItt WiO
1
called “totally inadequato"
lldp
address the natidn!s in&ostru
struc* econom ic deviJopnien
lentdfbrtsT
- ' - • A m ong d ie p rojects;
turoneeds.
Grides soy tiie bin will bust
sttiic
d
forU taliaic: .
federal budget, a n d swellI dtile '
•.C o m b in ed $14 million
mJ
for
d e fld t A Senate com m ittee
[ee fa th e S oudiem Cortido
Idor access
expectcd to consider d ieB bin
b
ro a d t o a p roposed
id new. St.
nextweek.
Geoige airport and for
tax d ie Red
; P resid en t'B u sh 'h a s threa
ircat- H fllsrarbray;, e n e d t o v e t o .d i e m c f l ^ i f t f
• $7 tallU on fo r £B ingham
final prico tog cxcccds.$284 bl
JuncdonBoulovardln^
n M ld i^ :
lion, o r if it Includes a p T O t^
• $7 iniMon tor iM
3 d i.B astin
oflowlng po ngressto rccn\sldi
Sbijdytoeasecongesdc
state funding allocations befii
;»$5.5,inllllbnforH ]g
2009 . ■
thfag
io
.Utah
Coimt}^
bctun
"Vfc have ,to do s o iM tto
ab o u t otir. nation^ tnmspor(i 'a n d Canyon R o ^
R o n .,.
$4 m illion for d onstrucdoii
jn i
d o n infrastructure" ^'sald Re;
Q u ^j of-^a. grodod crossing
Ing a t 2 0 0
Chtis C onnm i R-Utah:'Annua
ilcaii N orthm K aysvillc.;
ly, congestion costs Anicrlca
’ Also in d u d ed ore pn
(tovcTS $67 blDJoh.ln l o ^ ppro*
n
ptojepts.to
'- o q p ^ d U tih’s T I ^ an
at d Com*
ductivity and w asted m otorffeltL
me
7TH
m uter rails systen
stems, in d u d in g
Democra
l a t Rep. Jim M atiietiicAiiportlRAXL
Ict received d ie bulk of
kXline, die D d u
son’s distrio
Ccnter-Gateway
1
ly TRAX
cxtendie m oney
y earmarked for U tah
sion, die Draper-to
i-to-SandyTRAX projects, $5:
557 miilion in olL
line, d ie W stVall(
l/’allcy d t y TRAX
Rep. Rob
)b Bishop, R-Utah, scextensIon,theWcst
dingfor an acccss road
VcstJordanTRAX curedfundL
extension; TRAX
<
VX capadty
Im to th e Bearl
u: R im Migratory Bird
provements a nd
o
d_cqmmuter
rali.j._Refuge_an(
m d .for__landscap.ing__
u o m Provo to Ogd(
n BI ri^ ia m a ty .
)gden.
downtown
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d a h o
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I’t
Report:
Paarenfsdidh’
| of chi
UffliS;y contiiinues clloud seceding leam
liildren’s abi(11%
ogram three ye
/ears ago ^
ver started pro
Id a h o P ow e
l’OCAil-:i.i.O‘(AI’l -— ItlalK)
I’owcr ulliciiils Imvi- Iheard
umi
the
............... coiKuni'. iiiM)iii-i'!mi(! I msL-etliiig
iH-foa'.'
'ility iiiivv hiMul iliiii
liat cloiul
st'wliiiK pfoifcis su-;il su(n'
uow froni
euo n lh cy
. oihcr;in.MS,ii])lii'm)tiic'ii()
say is noi prowti.
in itsfoolOtiiL'ishiivt'Hildiiu’inii
e.
stnokfWlth.L'inUsintis fmmn m
elsewhere
-stacks, veljidt-s ^nul dscnosphoa-.
tnivelinj' iiiio ilu’ aimov
)in ion h er
. Moilicr Naiiire is lar fn)in
(nmalfuady, liL-s;ii(|,
lool w itii
■'Uclim-' mu', ai- lool
ay.” Icfaho
M oiIkt Niiniif w r>- day."
;orologis(
I’owcT Si'iiiiir Mi'lcorc
(iar>' Hilfv s;ii<i.'ars. lUIey
I-or lla-pasl ihti-c year;,
ling pilot
ha.s U'd .1 cloud s(rdill^;
,er in tin.proitvt lor Idalio i’owi'r
•n Idaho.
nxiiiiiiaitis of wvstiTii
1
leti to crc.'nifp ro ic i'i wastiL-sipR’tii
lid n in o lf
ntu nion- snow lo snid
•r\'(]ir, one*
into I lulls C.;myoii ilfs(T\'(]
sourci-sof
ufldalio I'oaiT's main soui
liytlroi'luiirii-iiy.
'HicpiLsi tuu yi'arsolII (irouglit
ilr
h a w lim i u'.uiif,'fnr p oimvrjirciut
'riculturf.
ductiun as wdl ils lor a^tria
IUleys;iitI. '
According lo) tth e N atio n al
o r ’s w e e k ly rc* Drtmglil- Monitor;
d a h o re m a in s in .
port. soutlicos( Idal
"extrenie" to "‘c x c c p tlo n a ]’
'
droiiglu.
e c c n t N ad o n a l
llie mos( rccc
p rcd Jc tlo n s. reWeather Service pr
leased R h . 17. sho
m o w ( h e c n d rc
s i(u a (lo n is cxstate's droiiglK sin
peeled 10 persist
sis( o r w o rs e n
d ie Pa y e tte a n d
througli May. In (lu
Boise area, w here
re 1
HeUs C an y o n
n u n llo \v s a r c 6 0
gets ils water, streai
toJlO percent o f nnot
o rm itL
d r y y e ar, a n d
"It's been a dr
ihea’s no relief in s ip it." RUcy
s;ild.
w h e n w ater isn'(
Hven in years wll
a hig i.'i-suc. Idaho3 lI’l‘o v w rp I a n s (o
in g (0 h e lp intise cloud seeding
pack.
ca'iusetlicsnowpac
"nils is not a kknn e e-jerk reacv a ter c o n d itio n s
tion lo tlie low-wati
rt’." fUley said. "It
we're in ridit now,"
u g lit-o u tp la n to
is a r.irefiuly thougl
a n d a n d utilize
help us undcrstani
progrmiis to helpp u s g e t l i i r o u ^
n v a n d in ih e f u drouglityx’orsnosvi
(tia-.“
Idalio Po\\-cr bice ec a m e interest*
c d in ( h c c I oloud
u c seeding busim ss
lm h c m I d -11990aaftercustomers
99
su g g e st(?d It.
b c g a n ln l9 9 6 .
d i ^ n t i n u ced
d after
s
natural snowp a c k r c a c h ec d vw e ll- d io v e ^ m u a
I c v d s.
I n 2003,, Idaho
Id
Power reins t a ( c d its p il
c a c h c lo u d «
p a n y rele ises
ases non-todc iraccr
c h c m lc a l s so
so they can track
h o w m u c hI snow
sn
is a result of,
c l o u d se cd
ln ; Sample snow
ding.
argct
Ix o m th e torgi area is m elted
a n d r u n duough
uct
a spectrom et e r ( o s e Je IfIf it contains th e
c h e m ic a l
F ro m Fchruaiy
b iu
2003 (0 Aprfl
2 0 0 3 , RUcysaid
sal( analysis showed
a 16 p c rc c itln
n t Iro c a se ln p re d p i( a d o n , a m jundng
oun
to about $1.7
electrical
m U U on in additional
odi
g e n e r a tio n capacity
ca;
The extra
tedd would create as
s n o w c re aie
m u c h e lecirid
tiic ty as Shoshone
RiUs g e n e rItes
a tts in a year, h e s a id
F ro m N oven
ivembcr2003(oAprU
nalysis indicated a 5
2 1 , 2004, analj
'p e r c e n t incrcj
crease In predplta(io n . S o fax
tl seaion,
IT this
^^d?^,b7S
ts show a 10 percent In-
m d seeding is n ot bqowng,
b ut
"snow
ntaJdnj
icntadon.* R lln said. VVbh*
1 d oud. cioua seeding is
hless, h e sokL W llh th is
J ^ V} dry winter, there h a v e
few chances to se e d Riley
tie em ects to improve p reitlonbyaboutSpercentthis
M other Nature doesiA gh«
ythlngtow orkw ltb. tbeieH
ngw ecanda'R Q eysakL
ey believes the evidence
n e d over three years Is
gh to show diat d o u d seedbi w estern
“*8.“ } cost-e£Eectivc
*■
X A f ^ this season, b e
n o p essto
t hove e n o u ^ evidence
iTTont r u n i ^ a fuD-scale
a
B Idaho Public Utilides
m inion agrees lh a t th e
ct seems to be woddxu^ In
2 ? ^mber. It approved I c ^ o
r*s appUcadon to In d u d e
t $950,000 In d o u d seeding
v^tcnthecom panvappU es
“ate adjustment thiis fflrin^
° d n g;tthe
f first two years o f da ta
g redng that the udIlQr win
noney.
-
{
y iScout leaders didn
h ’t t e U
Court
records say
n a m e s o f in n o c e n td i iH
iL dren.
W w d l a n d a llo w e d ppiu b l i c ^
c e s s o s T h m s d a jt
B o y S c o u t a tto mTcw n h a d .
- q j e n t a b o u t tw o m o ntfci
nt
in g t o h id e t h e re c oirds
rd i n Ibe
c a s e o f S to w d L o o w
:
v32.
w a s o n e s te d f b r cfaiki
I olests*...........
dm
W7.
d o n a t th e c a m p i n ISS'
H e p le a d e d g u lliy to
tos e o ia lly '
a b u s in g tw o b ^ a ni d h a a a d ^
m itte d t o m o l e ^ aa ttl e a s t 2 4
d )fld re n .
n
U ke
T h e Boy S c o u ts d ld iftfM
ifi
lrytfpt>i4, th e victim s BnH
rf<>Ti t o teO
d t tlh e
th e y b a d a n y ob llg a tlo
cP .n in p y jttlo Tptnhl
rvy,^
A to
p a i ^ o r p o lic e a b o irt B ra d
n o le s te d t h e ^ B rad S t no vmd L
o w in g tite
S tow eini v k tim s IbOov
m
ih e s,"
a b u se ; a c c o rd in g t o a S: e p te m aalh o u k l
c n w ith t h d r Uves
(] o H<v>i
th
m IH
b e r 2004 s w o m s ta te mn ee n t t b ^
p a r t o f th e r e le a s e d d o c
T h e r e o n d s a re a m o n g m o r e
t paT h e vk sim s c o u U hb as v e b e e n
ttlh a n 1,000 p a g es o f c o u rt
*<rtM vvere
a sle e p w h e n t h e victir
pn e r s t h a t th e pu b lic g o t totiIono k
It t n o t re aa t f o r t h e first d m e th is w
tve«
edc.
m o le s te d a n d m lf i^
cD is tr ic t n id g e W H . VAxxQar
■Thnrf
a n y th in g a niyw
y H y,tiu»
th e
rec o rd ss ak L
rr u l e d a ^ i n s t a re q u e st b yv tl
g o y S c ^ t s t o k e n th e ol o co j A t le a st o n e v ic tim wwas6ycars
a
B
o k l a n d a n o th e r w a s1 nm o l ^ f d
m e n t s f ro m th e p u b lic
o ni fbr'T ite
d u r in g StoweQ% m is s lo
I n tr y in g to k ^ th e recc o nrd s
ti
Q u i r m o f Je s u s Q u i s t o f l a t t e r c l o s e d B o y S c o u ta Q o m e ys h ai d
l d in t
d w S a ln ts In A laska,
aa:r g u e d t h a t p e o p le w o ui ld
ase.
'I h e re c o rd s a ls o sa bh o w th a t
vs a n t t o f in d o u t a b o u t th e c as
w
a fte rS to w e D fln is h e dle
s arv in g h ls'
T h e y s a id la w d oesiA aDow p e o 1 5 0 -d ay {ail s e n te n c» e f b r tlie
□ le t o lo o k a t th e c a se a n d1 th
th a t
a b u s e c o n v ictio n , t b e reg
re is te re d
in n o c e n t p e o p le im v lv e d mn l^l ^
u ls e to th e
b e h a ra s s e d .
B a h a m a s vd iO T h e bonu ji ^ t l d c B u t t h e v ic tim w a n te d p eeo
o pp le
Q
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t o s e e th e case , a n d th e
t i i e — t h a t m a y h a v e in y o h exd i a d i ------------ -- R ^ j s t e r ag r e e d t o b ia c f c o uttttf
etvV
ID A H O B U S ( A P ) ~ N'^en
dut
or p e n e d c o u r t rec o rd s s h o wivtfc
£
S c o tits o f A m erica leaa d te n
ni,e v e r tp M p a re o ts t h d r c hU
li d^ r e n
b e e n m o le s tee d a t
\U Cc a m p L ittle L em hi i n S w ann \^
liie y b y a c o u n s e lo r w lh o
e v e n tu a lly ndrwirwri t o a b tis
ustitn g
ttw o d o z e n kids.
D o in g s o w o u ld h a v e oonn l y
sse r v e d t o " o p e n o ld w o uinds,^
nd
aa r m fr l in g {q dOCUmentS d tl
te d
i{jn a c o p y r i ^ Story b y th e} P
Pco s t
el sends wafiter deal e
CommitIttee appro^3ves Panel
nal legislati^ive round ;;
aksforM icicron to fin
_ tax brea]
UOISH (AI’i - Ann IId a h o beck. Micron's d in
em m en t affairs,
noii.st' coiniuiiicc liass iiluiaiii*
'gislat io n would you iiavc to (
niously anpioved k'nisl
perty tiw rateth atan y o n els]
tliai would
a proper
;-hnol(igy but you v\-ouId have
break lo Micron Tcciui
ly w
and any oiJkt company
v iiling thatrateliySlO O m
irgD d c n m m l.n Id
Idaho.
Krei/.cnbeck uig
- IO invest SHOOmillion in
id stjiintl
lee members to vot
"I think tills ib ^ood
s
D ebbie saying tliat Micron'
public policy." Rep. D(
they've
accouiu for 3.7
1-ield, IMloise- "I liiinkk il:
Idaho's economy a
m et a really liijji bar."
House Hill m replact
lace^ a n
cumpiuiy already
have of- estimatedS-lI millit
caillcr bill ibai would luiv
lame tax enues to local govei
feted essentially tlif sani
;r iiinvestBoise city officla:
breaks hut wiih a lower
10 ritst
bill, feararlier hill concem about (he
f
m en( thrcsliokl. Ihcearlii
iinmiiiL'L* ing It would rcducc
was delayed at ihe comn
tliat it revenues from Mii
level am id concerns tli
isting t:ix already has proper
would shrink lioises e.xistii
about S700 millior
revenue ffon) Micron,
testified at the c ojm
m m K te e h e a r'llie new hill caps a com
co. paijji
ny’s pniperty i;u x'iiliiess at
ai SlUK) ing for (ho new bill.
d th jh f . itLihn
:>n m o re
Shirl Uoyce nith
million — SKH) million
:n L tp " .o id
luireil — l-conoihic I’artnc
Uian the earlier bill reciuir
contin- commiltee m emib
bee rs u ia t law*
as long as the businesss tc:
5 million m akers should ddoo w h a ( (h ey
lies 10 invest at least SiiSin
equip- can to k e ep .th e c
a-y e a r in property orr ei
Idaho.
nient.
m io s y is o n c o t
our in"Micron Technolc
"In order to maintain1 tu
s." B o y ce said.
ng thin the crown lewels."
tercsi in .not. having;
3m e b ig -sta k es
im medi"We're playing som
k'^slation provide an imn
inumity. - gam es here. It's aab;
ate tax shift to ihe coinnu
b so lu te ly Imised (lie
peralivi; llia( w e :io
d o n: o t lo se dxis
wc signiFicantly iucrcasei:
numher." said liiscui Kre.
K rei/encornpatiy."
\P) — The m uldmilr Nez Perce w ater
cleared Its flnal com 'ridayafterafiU Iday
lyWednesday.
iteStateA flim C om sed House Bills 152,
4 by an B*1 vote. No
lesdmony was taken
iearlng.ThebUlgoes
fuUScnatc.
lationputsthestate’s
;nt on the 30-year
that calls for the Nez
rop their claims to
water In the Snake
n c a ily o l llhle
cw
in exchange for a n (0 50,000 acre-feet o f
le Qearwater River,
in cash and land a n d
a p c t l g c f rtm
o ^the state and fede ra l g o v e rnnments
mi
(0 provide
■onsofdoUarsforfish
te n so fm U U o n s
I other environmenments.
has already
,
^ 8 ^;emcnt
""
vcdbyCijngressanu
louse, but stUI m ust
nate and b e nitilled
P»*> * = Scnal,
I"
'
S S sP ffi
-S * ; S |
S'—
p
by th iN
e ^ e zP erceT H b eto ^ In to
cficc t. 1In his State o f the
!ss In Januaty, Gov. Dirk
Address
ithome urged lawmakers '
Kempth
)pttheagTeemenL
tQOifopi
SeiLC
LCurt McKcnzle ofN arapa
h e solo dissenting voice i
w as the
d u ^ffFriftnyV
I
th e blU
H e acknowledged
a
ides certainty in a n area
‘ptovlde
tn atlsv t
ji^*?ridiMy.'and th S w M
n u e anc
i t h 2 2 2 E a s t, B ta U y , Id a hto
o.
L ocated:200 South
miiinMn to them.* But b e
very val
From ed t 208(1-64), go umthlhr
lift (east},
tUamjftBurieYto200Sou^TUntU\
said t Ittakes away to o m u ch
jite Iort the fcrt Waft*/fer USAuction
1
to auction st:t
nsigra.
Idtmo property
from northern
nc
\M .
lU H C H B Y CCOATES
l
AUCnOH TIME; 11:00 A.H
rs. '
owners,
in g this week!s aievious
TRACTORS
D urln
m
Cose/IH MX200 MFD I tlc towr;; 18 So. Ttans.. 3 P t, 1000 PTO,
mg McKenzie sa la h e w as
h ea rin
R em otes, 380/85R30 Fronts,
1
ts, 14.9RX46
R e a q Front Wetohta
sw ayeJl
dbyahandfiilofranciiers
H r s .. C ase/IH 8940
y na l gmremnicht offldals
a n d lo
M F D l^ s c to n 18 Sp.
w ho :dt
fell uSe their r l ^ t s w ere
P ow er Shift, 3 P t, [m I H
b e ^ ttram
n pled on.
1 0 0 0 PTO, 4 Hyd.
e Issue
for m e is, d o th e
"The
I
R em otes,
1 4 .9 R 3 0 l^ ^ H
Fronts, 14.9x46 Rears, Fnjnt; W<
140 MFD
W eights, 4356 Hrs. • Case/IH 714
benefits
its to die state o u tw e i^
TVacton
18 Sp. Power Shift, 3 P
Ptt , 1000 PTO, 3 H ^ Remotes,; 14.9R30
1
'
t h e i i^^tso
t fth e fe v /7 Ith ln k a sa
Rean, 7218 Hr*.
I n . • C a t C h a lk n m U T r K l ts c t o x
so d e ty
^ have answered, th a t
y.we
iFronts, 3145x46
TYans.,
P t , 1000 PTO, 4 Hyd.
Ri
d. Remotes, 2 4 3 4 ^ • Leon U 'H yc
stect die r i^ ts o fth e few,
jBlade; Hyd. TUt &Swtvel. usey F e r g u m 135 G uT hK tor; 4 Sp.
w cprotc
>p.Ttans..
even ara
igalnsttheuitercstofsod5• 4 0 P T d , 3 P t 12.4x28 R e ann.,iN ew M otor, 2768 H n . - IH « 56
6 Hydro
to c K e n z ia
iT tactor; 540 PTO, 3 P t . Single
ety," smd
B
in . ^
lie Remote,
13.6x38 Revs, 4465 Hn
I USAIJUCTION.9
DARRENFUNK
GEHE&D
RETIREMENITFARH
T
AUCTJOiw
Monday, k.
March 14,2005
im
i FARM A U CT
M
W onday, M a rc li 14
L ocated: Bliss, I d a bt o
F ro m exitc 14]
141 off 1-84, go 2 mllei eait oniHt w y26, VimUeiouth.
ILnnch wnred b| Itothf
fC tS
Sale Time;:11:00ui
11
Melodiouss Mitchell ge
POTATO EQU IPMIB
E NT
rom court, aagain ss.'S ;
the boot fn
j
1996 Sputlntk
nik 600 sack-even flow accumul
ulator with 4' front con-
•
lullocontrob, all In good
electric panel box for all hydraul
• Milestone dirt eliminator, 6' wl
wide with 17 rolleh, star
le d o n d ie w itSA iJb \K i;(;riY (A i‘) - 'I h e — to be questioned
m an char^’ed with kidna|
napping ness stand,
p c m i l y o u 10
lari w as
"Me will not pei
teenager Hli/abeth Smart
kicked otit of his m enial
(al icom tjuesdon Miss Smc
netency heariiiH 1-riday aft
after h e
w ife, a n d tlicy
ncnan singing a religious Iv
wiU stU i b e re*
Ihe fourth lime be has bee
u n ite d ,"
m oved from bearings
singing.
G o ld in g sa id ,
;\s Brian David Mitchell
p a ro p lu o s ln e
led away, he shouted,
M itc h e lls mocks and scorns (he st
sla te m e n ls .
P r o s e c u to rs
God. ... You know I speal
a rg u e M itcheU
'iriith. You ktu)w I speak
---------- trutli.!^------------is-—
- a e toI<i
{q
Defense lawj'ers w ere
tc (0
he hear*
Brian MKchofl"I b e lie v e h e
use* freqtiem breaks in the
1
is
nfornied
Isct o m p e te n t."
ing to keep Mitchell infoi
psychin(ris( NoelI Gi
o fth e proceedings.
G p l n “ ' “ >l;
ging o r lied iTiday, adding
I a tM itc h c U
"lie will start singini
ig th
Iking to
h as (lie cognitiveD aalb ility to tm yelling if we start (alkiti
ie s o f Oie case .
him." attorney Vernice S.
'II
S.'IVea.se
dcrstand (he Issues
n o r a d m itte d
Hlng (he
However. Gardnei
said, before (juickly idlinf
believe
(ha( his diagnosis
judge lhat she does n ott he
s wwa s b a s e d o n
;e to ereinterviews with Mill
h e is doing it otipurjiosctc
^liicheU ’s fam ily.docum ental
a te an impression of m
imental
“ "fj
instability.
Miicliell's taped int
interview with
The hearing then resu
esum ed . th e TBI the day hew
e ivas arrested.
fused to talk to
S tephen
Milchell has rcfus
w ith defense export,,Sie|
Mitchell
Gartlner.
Golding testifying iluK Mit
«ii*ir.nro.
igly disMitchell, 51, n
has hccom e increasingly
an s u i- p r o (urhed and unll( for trial.
ll.
- claim ed m essengei
Iger o f G o d , Is
lell lias
accused o f k ldn a p| p ing th e n
Golding said Mitchell
g pposslM -ycar-old Ellzabc
vowed to do everything
abeth in 2002,
sexually a ssa u ktin
ing h e r a n d
blti to disrupt ibe trial and
ant h a s
said h e will not allow l-;ii
2 .i
;liz.il)eih_
_ k e e ping h e r n s} hi is se cond
who lit; coiHijnd.^’iiThLs
liLs w ile
wife.
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;ed cutter with 3 2 ' cutter
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triple rear wheels,
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rator, canopy • 2 Logan 90
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row one step bean cutter.
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flowers durln
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victims at a sits In Madrid's
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posed by Pablo Cisals
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nan
loment in Spain on Thursday,
terror
system
woefully
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to tackle. Muslirn
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March 111- 2 .5 years to die day
H said his last ^ u n cs were
He
m 2 Russia. He has e m e r ^I ae s a n
after d ie2 a1 tta c h on New York
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knc'
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wMi
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x in g v fa s'b e a u se he ajw/.no
n tc ifa x
no statement dted
the Inti
peatedlyf accuscu Aznar and
in
news agency.
jal goals lcft, fa 'a c c o m ^ )^ .in
com nanyY o f lying to save die
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a em crecnc^
3., an
medical worker
ker who had collected bodiesi and
an attended lo
ih e d ^ n g re tuim
m ccd Friday wearingliisyellow jumpsuit
jun
uniform
lo pay ids respect
pwts.
"I will never
fo
r forget
ihe image
o f what happen
pcned here," said
ihe -JS-year-oId
old worker, who
identified him.se!
n.sclf only as Paco.
nbcr die smell o f
"I still remembe
gunpo\vder. Fim
[ending pieces o f
bodies o n thlee platform.
]
The
im age o f a boy's
boy head o n a
bench."
:m tossed
a*d and
A nodier num
t
3ns and roses onto
w hilecam ations;
the railroad track
adcs.
Tlie bla.sis were
wei dalm ed bv
m illiants w ho0 ssaid they had
)aid.i's behalf over
acted o n al-Qoid
troops
the p resence o f Spanish
S
Public heai
arsp^pespeleak for firstit time sinceIsurgery ^
speaking
VAncAN c r r y (a p ) - civ
Giving
:T}i b ’84-year-oldI ppontiff, in dLsea.se. \vliich[i tnakes
tn
ausc o f mu-scle'
rea.ssurunces that ailing; Pc
Pope . pU iple vestm ents.!. Iis show n difficult becaus
Ig. the ' ! ^ ( ^ d u r i n g a Mass
a ss w idi die problems,
John I’aul II is improving.
rdlnals, howtjvor.
all c h a p d in
Several cordln
Vadcan released a video Friday
Frii
In the small
pope has spoken
' th6; s u i t t His voice
rc redU
:
ng a have said d ie po|
w ith the pondiT speaking' a fcrw
I
ig vworking mecLdible a n d h e to them during
words in a husky vo ice- th
h e first
I
praypr Is b ^ l y audib
spital.
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in g satdiehospit;
tim e he has bccntfieard pubL
ublld y ajipeoradraw a
counter wldi die
nnl Polycarp
I-riday's encou
since a throat operation
tn last
I
, .I li f tt w o - Cardlnnl
es was
a n IndicaNi- African prelates
1,'
m ontli to help him brcadie.
lie.
P c n jjfi^'ii Bishop Sevcrinc
Sp
frail
pontiff
was
0 \was
^ . s h olovw n telling tion d ia t die fra
Tlie two-m lnute video
Is activities
before
t Ihnzonians stepping up his
a(
taken o fa m eeling witli Tanz
in zan - •hintlft^fin^ish'.diat'n
m an d love returning lo thleWitican.
eV
i's lOtli
ian prelates in tlie pope's
1
■a r c - ji r a ^ g for him
ive extended his
w idi die two
Doctors Jmve
. floor suilealG em elliPolydij
^tJinic. ■•hini.'ltepjspondedwii
'a fc\v
hospitiil stay "a
fc more days’
His photographer also3 \was ’'Italiftnwdnk.
:an said he still
[TOpehasap- b u t th e Vatican
present a n d several doct
loctors
• U m ilFrid^, the,pof
•n ii
in dm e for tlie
nes a t h is platis to reiurn
were nearljy.
■ peaked* tfiree,. dmcf?
but did n o t'.rs ta it'o f HolyWcc
words. . hoit^jjitw inclow bui
Week diat b c ^
John 1*3111 said a few woi
cp-mt . a b o u t.. Jin ^ a lc i^ n d aay;M
) ; 1 arch2a . including V a bene” - Kalian
Jan for ;.^pff.itiriai8lnS irnnfpi
1
also
released d
m
unicaie
tu
I1ie^\^dcan
al
“OK.” As the prelates left,
eft, he ■ his ability to com mu
tji'c s ^ e ’ the popg
pof 'h a n d e d 'fo
said, "God bless you" in Engl
nglish. .
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th e blsliop
ops, urging diem to resist progra
ram s linking economic
aid to tho
10 p rom otion o f sterilizadon aoc
n d contraccpdon and
reoQlrmln(
n g d ie view that sexual
abstinence
ce outside marriage Is
th e surc!si
js t w ay to limit d ie
spread ofyi
fAIDS.
''W hile; I regret that I cannot
receiveyot
o u in ih e V a tlc an a td iis
dme, neve:
vertheless I gladly w dcom e you.'
u.': d ie message said. "I
greet youJ iall from die Gcmeili
riospitol., w h e re I offer m y
prayers a rn d m y suffering for
you."
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night toward no rth ern SS y ^
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iiTsdoy,
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apparently to pick u p SjS y ria n
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fices remain In nordr t h e m
Lebanon, induding the tcto w n s
o f TVipoli, Akkar, Mlnyc'c a n d
Amyoun. Plaindodies Im
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M utual Telephone's a jiumu i a l
m cctiM this week fn R u peerrtt
"PMT rcponed mto
o dd e s t
grmvih in 2004 In the face o ffd<if flcult economic challenges3,"
,’’ 1tb e
com pany, said In a statem
is nie n t
Riday. "With an asset b aa se
se o f
neariy S35 mlQIon an d m em
s m lb c r
eq u iw a t ncarfy 40 p erce
r c e n t,
PM T has never been s tro niggearf lnandaHy."
F a a o r s c ontrO m dng t oa tl
th a t
s u c c e s s In d u d e in v e s tm ee nn tt in
S y rin g a N etw orks, a re gdio
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b ilU v
t o k e e p a n existing p h o n e nmuu n b e r w h ile sw itc h in g pj h o n e
c o m p a n ie s); a n d n e w n f i ^
b u ild 'O u ts th a t i n d u d e IV
RiUs. w h e re PM T h a s in vice st
s te d
in h ig h -b an d w ld th fib er oo p tic
t s
f o r fu tu re g rtnv tit
' I n a y e a r o f tne rgc rs a nidd aJc *
q u is ltio n s
fo r
lla
a rrg
j er
te le c o m m u n ic a tio n s c o m p a *
n le s , PM T h a s m a i n t a i n c d
s te a d y gro w th by t h l i ^ g in n
v a d v e ly a n d i y p u t t i n g; o u r
c u s to m e rs first. Q ia riie C rnr a SonT PM 1 p resident, s a id t n i
sta te m e n t. ‘O u r c u s t o m a3S,
s,
tu r n , iia v e TCwarded u s w i
so iid s u p p o r t for newr p r ocxdlu
i ct
a n d s e n lc c offerings iik c D !S L
lo n g -d ista n c c servicc, o u r p o
u la r b u n d le d p a cka ges a n d o
n e w PM T M e ssa g c C e n tc t"
O th e r n e w s from th e a n n i
m e e tin g in d u d c d E m p lo yrcc
ee
t h e Y ear h o n o rs fo r D a v e P
ra
Prae<
g ltz c r a n d re -d e c tio n o f D e nr an is
D ic k so n to P M H ib o a id .
R u p e r t-b a s e d PM T. e ^s ta
t ab *
iis h e d in 1916, oiTers te le p h o i
sc rv ic c a n d associate d fc a tUFCS,
tu n
in d u d ln g lo n g d ista n c e ; cccllu
e ll lar, In te rn e t, w ireless I n tc im
D SL, c o m p u te r n c tw o iid n g a i
c a b le ( d e m o a
B yM flg an H In d s
ThnM Nawi w rttar
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n io f u lu ir a o t
n d n iflik s w ill
b e o n th e ta b lea ta tM o n d a y 's
- m e e tin g o f TWin Falls'
Fa]
U rb a n
R enew m Agcncy.
First, th e a g c n cyy ai g a in w ill
d isc u ss th e h isto ric
C ld T b w n e
c O
sU os o n S h o s h o n e SStr
tre et S o u th .
R u ss I te m a y n e , 1a CkJllege
C
of
S o u ttie m I d w o h isto
s to i y p ro fe ss o r a n d a m e m b e r oofT
f: W in Falls’
h is to ric p rc se rv a ilo
r so c ie ty ,
Hon
a g a in w ill s p e a k to
tl e a g e n ty
> th
a b o u t re sto rin g th es sso
tm o u r e s .
T h e a g e n c y o wnn s t h e sU os
a n d h a s h a d n o plar
Jlan s f o r d ie
s tr u c tu re sin c e d e did
d li
in g a g a in s t
a n e q ) c n s h r c s tru c tu
n a n a ly sis
turol
go.
/
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lU gIO .. .
.
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appr
p p ro v ^ in November,
yco w d hold a ^ n d opening
,
nd rlbbofKUttlng celebration a t
,
10 plant a t 2 p.m. Tuesday. T h e ,
5ys to tho first travel trailer pro^
need a t the plant will bo
resented to Todd Jenkins of
n ,,h '
Ish's RV Center in Idaho Foils,
ov. Dlik Kempthome will at, ■:
:nd.
-I
d eie mt a tte r in its p ro je c ts c o m1-II
m itt
itlte e . D ave M cA lindin, TVvin
Fails
ills’ e c o n o m ic d e v e lo p m e nUt
dircc
re c to r, said. Friday h e d id n>
't1
knov
lo w w h c ih c r th e a g c n cyy
woul
o u ld ta k e a n y a c tio n re g a n linlg
g
d eiesilos
s
a t M onday’s m c e d n g .
Itntno d ic r U rb a n R enew al b u si-
A
^
idmarkIS
■ ’Also on the ag(
ig o n d a ...
UibaoRen
lenewiJ will vole on quthoHring
[ chairman to execute
lg Its
. o rightof
ofway deed to the city on
property
y inI front of Joyco Inc.’s
rhanufacti
ictorfng plant, 621 Wash. ington St. S.'The deed would
r~
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, allow a ssueich
t
of the road in
T V em aynt aanndd la w y e r P a u l
front ofUayeo
Ji
to be widened to
S m ith c a m c bKtfore
c fo d ie a g e n c y ■ 3 7 feetLb;
bySeptem bor2006,asa t its la st m eeO
ng
d n g in D c c e m b c r
sllpulated
led in tho company's spelo ask fo r S15.00C
,000 for im p ro v e cfahjse} permit
p
for occupancy
m e n ts a n d a itru
struic tu ra l a n a ly sis I— :----------to b e c o n d u :te
c tedd o n d ie s ilo s
b le for m?
mainiaining die stiuca n d fo r th e ag;ency
en c to tu r n o v e r
cure,
o w n ersh ip o f ddie
u p ro p e rty t o
T\vin Fal
i'alls' Historic PrcservaO ld T o\vne Ck)rp.
o rp T h a t g r o u p
tlo n Com
i
mmlssion
has nam ed
m a k e s u p )paarrt t o f H is to r ic
prcserv atic
tion of die silos lis top
D o w n to w n T\vin
.vin Falls, d o w n p rio rity □f
o f2005, Smidi (old 77(<r
’to^vn’s b u sin
e
ss
fss im p r o v e m e n t
Tlmcs-Ncu
ciw in December.
d istrict, a n d woouli
u ld b e re s p o n s iU rb a nIRenewal
Ri
has discusscd
TWn f t n , ' U itan
ban Renewal
.
Ajuncy mil moot
leet ot noon Moiv
day In tho city
y Hi
Hall conference
m n i.3 2 1 S e cjcond
o n Ave. E. Tho
cnMtlrieli open
>cn Ito (he public.
.
\ bove; a n d ;BEYOf
n
^
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1
ness, d ie agency on Moi
[onday
w in consider ^vm g money
e y lo a
fim d to renovite the Q ty
ty P a ik
bandshcD.
Last m ondi, die TWin1 Falls
..a ty -C o u n d l.v o te d tojpitc
itch in
S12380in d ty fu n d i to help
Jlp p a y _
fo r the band shell rcstorado
tion.
An addidonai $26,800
10 h a s .
be e n raised d ir o u ^ fund­
d-raising an d donadons.
The total projcct is cstim
m a tc d
a t 544,750.
Q ty Parks and Recreador
on D ir e a o r Dennis B ow er win
riQ ask
th e agcncy lo suppfy die sh
shortfall, McAlindin said.
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Megan Hinds can be rcache
hed a t
735-3238 or mesan.Uinds6
b&lec.
net.
Apple winns
dispute
: overtradee
I secrets
T h o Awoclated Presa
I
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SAN JOSE C a l i f .- A ju
judge
o n Friday ordered d u re ir
indeI ■ p e n d e n t online reporters
:rs to
I
divulge confldendal sourcc
CCS in
I
a law suit brought by Aj;
Apple
I
C om puter Inc.. ruling d ialI tdiey
I
w ere n ot protected
th eI IFirst
I A m cndm cntbccausctheyp
,rpubI
lished tm de secrets.
I
T he ruling a l ^ c d spc
peech
I
advocates, vmo saw die cas<
ase as
I
a lest o f whedier people; w
v ho
I w rite for Web pubUcad<
id o n s
I enjoy d ie sam e legal proi
rotecI
U ons
as
reponcrs
for
I m ain stream - publlcadt
dons,
I A m ong diose are protccd
irdons
I afforded under Califorr
im ia’s
I
"shield" law. which is m ean
ant to
I encourage die publicadon
on o f
I
inform
adon
in
tne
public's
:'s In)
I
tc re st
TWIN FALLS - (l lecenl
I
T h e reporters — who) :n m
f o rm e d p o ta to grow ers’ c o o□ppee rI
sites followed dosely by Af
A p p le
a liv e iW eiiU y d io s e its flrst c( h£ ii k
I
enthusiasts — allegediy ppu b cx ccutivc.
I llsh ed product dcscripdi
»lions
T h e U n ite d F re sh P o□tta
a lo
I th a t ytople said e m p lo y es h1a d
— G ro w e rs o f W aho (UNTTEE
:e d ),
^ "leak ed in violadon o f noh(
iiidlsw h ic h fo rm e d last N ovemnb<
b e r,
d o s u re
agreements
tan d
alls
Jerom e High School seni
lenlors Uliana Maclel, left, and t^ay
c h o s e le rw W H g h to fld a h oiF
Fa)
Mayra Gonulez, both reporters for
fo B Puente school newspaper,
ter, put finishing touches on a
possibly d ie U.S. Thidc S ea
KTCtS
a s CEO. v W gh t is th e fo rrm
m 'e r
photo caption In fioveml
ember. ]ust before ths first copies
}8 hhit newftatands. E! Puente onn F
Friday received honors from the Jarome Chamber of ComA ct
p r e s id e n t o f M exican sp e c ia l
Santa Clara County Supei
lerior
f o o d c o m p a n y E m b a sa F o o d
C o u rt Judge James Klcinb
iberg
n o w k n o iv n a s A u th e n d c. Spru le d d ial n o one has die ri
ri^ t
d a l t y Foods.
to publish inform ation that
ti
" Jeiry is g o in g to b e th e u n i f
could have been providedI oonly
' i n g tie f o r th e I d a h o p o ta i
b y som eone breaung die lav
iaw.
Ins
b e fs 8 3 rd A n n u al
I Su iS
By W igtataS. Hutchins
Lial B a n q u e t a n d
n ity d ie news
nc
widi a Spanish
term
in a u s tr y. WeVe h a d s tm c ti
m ss a n d th e r e m a in d e r o f a n "T he rum or and opinl
inion
flair."
B oard Insta llatioion n C e re m o n ie s
Tlnw»Wew» W r t t f ■l f .
od ic
ic r p e rso n ’s unfulfilled te rm ,
lik e .U N T I H ) in p l a a b erfb
f o iift.
• - mills m ay continue to run aatfuU
t:
T -------------------a t llie S n a k e River
fcr IElks L o d g e o n ' '
S e v e ra l'
i tothers took hom e Coop>
o p e r h o n o red P o h an k a, a
b u t h i t l n g a m a n lik e J e n
speed," Klcinbcig wrote. "W
W hat,
aw a rd s'F rid
•' JE R O M E — M a ggicic V alley ’s Friday,
Iday evening, too:
past
u pi rcsid en t, w id i d ie PrcsiV M g h t as c £ 0 is a s te p t h aI t M
r
underlies diis d ^ i o n iss idie
T lie c h a m b ec r ’s 2 0 0 4 N e w
* T h e I errom
rc echam ber’s2004
o n e h a s e v e r ta k e n b e f o r e ," p r e d o m i n a n t e le c tr riaic a l u tility
d e ni tt’’ss Exccliencc A w ard fo r h is
that
a n d v o lu n - H o rizo n A w ard ——i m c m t t o r c c A m b a ssadJorofdicY
o
ip o r t d u rin g d ie 2004 te rm . ’ publishing o f infonnadont tl
U N IT E D b o a rd m e m b e r DDaav
\ e h a s ghron fu n d in g , am
earisB ctty suppc
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m u n k ^ judge R o b en lU
o
JrD
ccause
<n>tn«
die
leglsladon
Is
u
n
fa
ir
la st foDv4ien h e ru le d agaii
5 ^ 8
it ignores loopholes (hi
lia tw o td d
Discover in th e com pan
to shield
S S j t allow ilc h cfebtors t(
breach-of>con(T 8 c t su it agali
'S d u rin g ■
millions o f d o lla rs
an other struggling credit>car(].
ca
banknqjtcy t h r o u g C3
e]q)enslve
holder, Ruth Owens.
e
x trusts,
^
to
homes
a
n
d
com
plex
Owens tried for sbc years
^ o i f a $1,900 b alance oon
n h1 er while ignoring (h e n e e d for
m o re d isd o su re to c aund h o ld e n
Discover card, s e n d in a
g tije
t
a n d curbs
cred it com pany a to ^& o f about rates a n d fees ar
rresponslQ,en(B on w hat diey say is im
$3,492 In m onthly paymei
Tedlt-card
ble behavior by th e ere
betw
een 1997 a n d 2003.
I
JW to I n ^ t r y
Yet. h e r-b a la n c e grew
R epublican om ajority,
■$5,56428, even th o u g hI,, like
li
lemocrats,
HosseineL she n ever w e^dt hI e . along w idi a. few Dej
a is o fp ro - •
)re.O f has voted dow n dozen:
c' ard to buy anything more.
enalty
am endm ents to
to d ie b E
th
i a ( (otal, over-lim it pena
ould m ake
including one th a t w ou
fees alone were $1,158.
riy to p r o tjv e ri it easier lor the d d a iy
T H o si den ied Dlsctive
tocol*ect dieir h o m e sI d u rin g
claim.
calUngits a tte m p t to
o
<
)Mren3 bankruptcy a n d a n o)th
d e r thnt
Ilect m ore m oney from Owe
wouki require credlt-ca
ca rd co m ‘’unconsdonabl&
‘’
‘
The banknipty m easu ree nnio w piuiies to t ^ consimmueis how
:rest
th ey
s sht a s tniich extra in intere
un
i d e r debate In Congress
by m aking
w ouldpm ovETtim eby
eij
1b e e n s o u ^ t for neaify eight
ndus- only m inim um paymrents,
ei
]years by the credit c a rd tndi
o w m any
n lons
No o n e knowrs hov
try.
i Twice in that dm fcveralo
t e ~ “ “ “ u n ie w g e re a u g jhiir l i r t h e -------to f it have p a sse d ^ b o tbin H
^ f
spiral o f "negathre am
o r ordza1H ouse a nd S enate only to
regulators' tion.'vi4ilchlsvdiatrei
tte n
,Q IC-.
.call it vdien a con su mner
e m akes
Once President C linton
i
e s condnwas payt&ents b u t balances
1
fused
to sign it, saying It[t w
a e reue to grow because oof penalty
once th e H ouse
i
iunfair,
(yratff costs.
versed
its vote after D em ocn
^
idespread
problem Is w id
t
succeeded
in a tta c h in a
g ia n
leral bank
pre- enough to w o n y fedet
am
< endm ent th a t w ouldI pi
nearly all
tv e n t IndM duals su c hII a s regulators, w ho sa y ni
5uers enmajor creidit card issu
i
anti-abortion
protesters froiQ
fro
\u sing b an b u p tc y as a ijhtHd gage In d ie practice.
W athlngton Port________
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WA
M SH IN GION — R>r m ore
thann Itw o years, spedal-educationti
i x d a se c o n d job to k ^ u p
woifa
h (h e $ 2 ,0 0 0 in m onthly
m e n ts s h e collectively sent
Ive b anks to tiy to pay off’
,OOO IncredUcardd^L
vcn t h o u ^ she h ad n t used
Eve
th e c( ard s to buy anything
more,
rc, h e r d ebt had nearfy doubled1 to
t $ 49^74 by (he tim e (he
Sunnj
inyvale. CallC, reslden( fllod
bankruptcy last lune.
Tha
h a t's beca u sc Hosselnl’s
m e n ts som etim es w ere
paym
tO I^.
ly. triggering late fees M g from $25 to $50, and h i ^ e r
Tcst rates, r a n ^ g from th e
I-teens to n e a ^ 30 p ercen t
en th e ' additional c o s o
h e d h e r balance over her.
li( lim it, (he credit-card
iparUes slapped on additm penalties.
: w as really dying hard (o
Ice m in im u m p aym cn(s,'
I Hosscini,.Viiiosc financial
s b eg a n in (he late
P ^b lem
'
Os, w hen h e r husband left
" ‘■J a n d (heir (hrec c h ildrea
of m y salary was going to
credi(-card companies, o ut
* there
t>Iw as n o changc in (he bal­
1 * 1
ances
es bccau sc o f tiiat interest
th ose penalties.'
in id v c charges — penalty
a n d sharply tiigher in te rest'
ited into tho new year
P) -— Con* job prospects an d pcrsonol fl- had persisted
WASHINGTON (AP)
s o n cc a paym ent is la te —
and worries
t
es about
(h e viability
which had
nonces.
sim ier confidence, whli
ip o im d (h e problem s o f
tc u rity (hat had been
February.
Thesurveywvas
as (aken the flrst ofSodalSecu
lyflnandallystrappedconhis weclc. follow- generated.b
by;
y anew adm inlstrajum ped by (h e u u g s^t am
a o u n t three days o f this
lers, som etim es making 1(
s tftid a y th a tth e — tlo n - p u shh - to
l - o v e r h a u l- lh e —
ailyM arch— Ingthe-ncw riastl
' in seven m o n d is in early
osslB Ie fo rth em to d lg th d r
ted
2
6
2,000
jobs
government':
:n('s
.
^
a
n
t
pension
^
econom y created
as Americans w ere heartened
he£
ou( o f d e b t and pushing
lg,
lost m onth, (heJ best
b< showing In program.
by a big surge in hiring,
n in to bankruptcy.
isumers w ere feeling
But consur
u mi e rc o n fourm onths.
'nieA P-Ipsosconsum
le U.S. Sena(e (his w eek
Ma
E v e n w ith thle
e bb ig p crc en ta® better In March,
according to
.fidence index ro se to I8 4 2 In
roved a ’bUI (hat w ould
ises (hey gave to the
gain In the Mlaartd i index, th e the responses
early M arch, a gnln of 6.4
6 per£ i( h ard er for IndhM iols;'
overall level rem
rei ains below latest survey
•cen t from a Feb ru a ry rcadingof
rca
T heview
Vol
o f current econom '^ ip
P 'e o u (d e b ( dirough bank[gest o n e- w here 1( was a t th
(hie b cginningof
.79.1. It w as (h e laiges
cy. T h e Sena(e la k w eek
)ns h ad risen by 123
use the drop in- lc conditions
9.9 pf ercent (he year because
•m onth gain sin ce a 13.9
d d o w n several am en d le e n s o s h a m
p e rcent.theb
F ebruary h a d bee:
•rise last A ugust
Its In ten d e d to c u rb
T ha( plu n g e: in
Ij confldence increase o f an
■ T he M arch reb o uunid
d com e
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w as b lam ed inI pp£art o n worries components
Its ithat m ake u p (he
from stronger c o n fid en
a
I
(h at critics o f (he Industry
;ex.
ondidons, ab o u t slu g ^ sh Job
Joi growth th at o v e r^ index.
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Saturday, March 12, 2'
2005
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Knowing
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day niornlng, and Anita aone
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follow pretty m uch h l n ^id co n
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ath e r
th e w e ath ct Inclem ent w eath
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BrsdKobb*.left,
Oay Saints; tho Rev. Al Fry of th<
the R n t Presbyterian Church,I, and
ar the Rev. Brian Thom of
m e a n t sleeping, ea tin g aorn d
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nita's
^
g lim m er sparkled in Anit{
^
We
eyes. But I still hod h o pe. V
h ave a saying around h ere! th
this
tim e o f y e ah u y o u don't like
£ ttth e
s.
weather, wait a
m inutes.
As if on cue, the w eath er gi
b o u n d ed onto our TV sc re c
You know lhat he's th e wreathi
in g a
g uy bccause he^ n o t w earing
jourBe a n d h e boutids (serious jo
u
n a lists w ear ties a n d alm
m o st
interim pastor o fthlee First Presbyterian ChurchI ol
rk hart
of
glass, then the prcslder
de n t o f the World Alliance o f
id 1to
never bound). We lingered
By Loretta BurM
TWin Falls, will sliar
are a platform a t an evening
ing
Reformed Churches,I, vvram ed like-minded ecusee if th e w eather guy wou]
rould
Tbne»Waw» wilti
------- w orship service a we
'rim enlsis o f th e u rggeern cy of entering “in to a
w e k from Friday — Good Pri­
settle o u r weekend p u n s .
ses
persistent, loving potlt
me, 'T h e re w ere Ihrc'c Crosses
.*Xet's g o.ta.th e ra d a r to3 u
d a y — with tlie tliem
otlent. and honest engage£ — H ere a t the beginning of aanew
ni
see
TWINFALLSw iiat h a p p ^ n ^ outside wivhilc
hi
[ng In
o n Golgotha.'
m ent widi oU th o se! w h o preach die g o sp d o f
evangelism seems to b e king
m illennium , cv;
According to Rlekc
rid
Jesus Christ an d ad mlinister
in i
y ou w ere s l u i n g J"
ike, Christ didn't see d ie worid
die sacraments, s e e k -«
Amcrica.
ingvisibleunity."—
latlonalcyes........................... - - .... *I don't care about th e w eatl
In th
Influential rd irib u s figures in
I e.......th o r b u ^ denominat
e a th .----- -------- -Tho m ost Inl
le world through the spirit ooff
n s e lo Rieke.
Ttiai still m ales sense
e r w hile I was s l u i n g , " I sai
"He looked at the
said
country are hristlan evangelicals, as Is the prcslore
^ a h . I talk back to th e TV
i
f
e
of
God."
and
the
po;ve
ver
o
f
ecum
enism
,
he
said,
is
uncnfcal
presence o f God on
,
'C
h
ristw
asth
eccu
m
i
V —
d e n to fth e U nlite
itt d States an d nearly two-fliths
Chrisi.
earth." he said. "He lool
looked at the worid w ith the
d oesn't everybody?). 'A s lo n g oi s
Congress,
cum enlcal presence o f God o
onn
spirit of God.'*
pot on
“Christ was the ecu
there were no tornadoes o r hhur*
u
And every C3uS u lstian soldier worthy o f a spot
1
tobert
earth,'R ieke said.
ing thrived nt the local level,
ric a n e s that ch anged lo
c
Ecumcnism h a s long
local
radio or telcvisio
sion, from James D obson to Hobi
TTieyeorsbcnveen
:n 1948, w hen theW orld Coun­
meven among those w hhoo don't embrace it a s a thetopography. I'm OK w idi preti
iretty
SchuHcr, seem«s tto b e marching as to war.
cll o f Qiurches was
ts organized, an d 1962, w hen
m u c h anything that h ap p en
icn
ologlcal movement,
eneed
R i^tfy o r wrc
rvrongly, evangcilcals have a wjclc.
wit
d aand
th e Second Vatican1 Council
1
was sum m oned by
According to Dr. Bnn
Brad Hobbs, spokesman for
spread reputatic
Ition for being single-minded
The Church o flesus Ctirist
Ctu
Iheir
Pope John, were thee Jgolden a c e o f ecum enism —
o f Latter-day Saints in
I c f t ^ k a t o u r Sup<
^pcr
Intolerant of aC hristians w no don't share: th
higha thne when it scemc
n e d as if Christians had found
toward ‘tjie bctternd
. th e TVvin Falls areo. w orking
o
D u p er W hopper D opier to) see
sc
views. It’s G od's'
i's way. It often seems, o r the; hig
.
.
m
en
to
fth
eco
m
m
u
n
ity
.
.
.
.
m
ore
similarities
lhaj
la
n
d
if
f
e
r
e
n
c
e
s
.......................
lity’I.isoneform
ofunity. . .. .
.wm.
w hat^golng o n n o w ..."
nd
Mormons are evangc
ixniuBut political andj tlieolog^col
1
disputes — and
ngelistic, but in an ongoing
“! c a n look outside to' see
sc
^ w iw te v e rh
r hiap p e n e d to die great 20th ceni
elTort to help th e need
ation.
th e rise o f cvangelisir
sm as a m ass m ovem ent — incedy. die LDS church joins
w hat's m ing o n now,’ I said,1. rr
my
ry m ovem ent
n t o f C hristian cooperatlc
community efforts in
s
voice tising subtly. 'I ju s t w
XXIII?
tervened.
n support
for others — Inwar
ant
- championed m
moost fam ously by Pope lonn XXI
So m u d i so lhat bby 1996; Jane Dempsey Dou)ud u dlng the reccnt e ffor
Tort 10 send aid to victims o f
to know if I'm gouig to n eed
led a
Whatever happei
p e n e d to ecumenism?
th
e tsimoml disaster in South
jacket today and w hat's it goin
die
p in g
It'sstillalivee — an d h ealth Asit
!\sia and in a “general elfort
tobeUketcmotTow."
lig h tth in k .
—
le r than you migl
10 gather items (In support
“Let’s really crank u p th e
Under die ban
laim er o f Chris3f) Valley House," H obbs
S u p er Duper w h opper Dopl«
jp ler
tian unl^. the Rc
IT H E E C U M B
Rev. D an Rieke,
Vsale
» ld . to see that a wisw d o u d Is cos^
castpostorofO urSav
Savior Lutheran
th is
, Church: th e Rev.
in g a slight shadow o n thi
"As wcossociate\vith those
ev. B rian Thom .
DDCCCl
co m post pile la a back y ard
d oo n
pastorofAscensl
i N E A R T H , Hf iE L O O K E D
o3ff co d ie r rcU^ons, I find diat
nslon Episcopal
I ^ K I j o lJE
u IN C E O F G o d I O
State Street-."
Church, an d the
th e Rev. Ai Fry.
Please see GOD, Page E2
I w as suruiL-; to fiim e now.
nov
A T T
H H E W O R L D W mr a T H E S P I R I T 0O ]F G o d . ”
'O h , for the love of
“I should know better th amn to
t
le t y ou walch th e w e a tht w
e r " _______________________
________ — Rev. Pan Rieke
Lutheran Church
ke, p asto r of Our Savior Lul
— A nitasaid.-------------- -----------icket
L--------------------------*Tbll m e If I n eed a jackt
today aitd >^4iat 1 c a i ^ l wn o0 n
tomorrow.” I groused. "That’s a
I w a n t to k n o w '
T e s , dear." Anita said sootli
i n ^ a s ahe tugged m e tow ar
th e garage*
• “S av e ^tcc h m to g y fb rN A
S
lASA
-wV
■.-I '
and fb rp c^p la n n b « b iv B S k u i
an d stua" icontinued 1 just WOT
to ta o w ifln e e d a ja d e t-."
'A ndnom herebourfinecaststJ" The Associated P rttS ' ' ' ■_______ • wWIeatchi
cchurdu
o u r — -------- ^-----------------Wo stopped and edged ou
Qoih hom
hoi e a n d a uto polides woulc
old
w aybadctow ardtheTV T
la — Churctigoers provide:up lo $750 to cover apolicyhold
.
• DES MOINES. Iowa
Id‘^Ibdoy looks b rid it aOM
n
an d religious vohmtecrs
zrsw iD tecdvcspc- er^churcn
rch donadons, o r tithing,
balm )i"tn ew B iih e r^ b e a m c c
cjai discounts o n tHdr
d r hom o arid car
Tlib polic
lolides will also g h ^ discountsIto
tc
" b u t therc^ a cold m int m ovin
drivers w ho d o n ot drink, anc
insurance m d e r a n e w pro d u ct line postois,, dri
nd
in. an d tt lo o b like whiter wiQ
b
ivners v\ii6 d o n ot smoke. A non'
IDo®
Iaunchedhy(juldd)nel
lelnsiuanco.
homeowne
>nre tu m ln g fo rih e w c d c ^ "
TheW ieaDwJytolncs
n c s - b a ^ com pa- smt)ker,; for instance, will got a 5 perceni
m t'
“I love this guy," 1 said. joyfriH:
It oh
Izes in*' insuring <- discount
or hom e insurance. ,
^
ny. w h ldi< fiped 9lize.
__riIeS,.likE;./iaer-j«onft-i3he?- -<±urcfae8-tdd;piivatee-sd
-a ro o b i-^ ald 'its— Thecomi
ompany soys dio coverage isnonin-—
m e a a look at oQ the great tecii
fd
in
^U
n
elsan
a
iu
denominatl
natwnal
a
n
d
lhat
it
w
uf
take
dit
f« new'Fttid;Guanr.pixf<faj
nolog}ttheSiq)etVfo(£rW ^ede
ral eAehsMn df< l a . 'cX3^v e r ^ of. 45,000 w ord o fr po
policytiolders o n wliethcr dun
TVveeterondeveryihing^'’ ■ • *churdies nalioiiwidc.’''
y attend d iurch; Viiilch It consld., •• - rcguJailyan
"G rab your'jeidcet.” A n ii
;least
a o n ix every two-weeks. •
.Tho l o w a G y f lb' ge c d ^ .U n io n o n . c rsa sa tlc
said. “And rest u p t o n l ^ i r
iili^ 'so y in H ita p * ' . "Tfemple,
pie, m osque, , church - Uiesc
iso
youTl n eed h toinoiTow.*
I Miply to a n y rcllgJon,*.said Jim
p e a rs, t o . vlolato’^'lav
la vw '-.prolilblting -.benefltsM
im ' "B u th e sald
•
’baslfl ^ religious VAilIace,i GiiideOrie^
uii
c h l« exequdva
discrimination b n t t e13'b
“BxacUy."
ed ictcd a nonreltGuldeOm
One sakl insurance legulaiors In '
.views. The group.predl
TUms oiit I
n eed th e jack
oc^
glous custom er , would
iild 'c h i^ e n g o d ie . Iffstazcshiu
Ih id improved Ihfipolkibwhhoui
wt #|MM
e t th a t day.' A nd I t e sdl
--jr.
' raising.que
Questions about discrimlnaliorL
i x t o l n c o u r t ; . , -.frecovering from woridng in Uu :. ThcyaiBDttiinflteDg
vpluoteer
fnm St. Plui'x.CjititQ
no ; O w e B artraM , right, aa V
(
t,
ititoHfl ttttrd i In Utbandale, Iowa,
: T he jcompi
mpony eald the policies.were
w arm sim oQ day S attuday
(
n e r s ;;a iid 'tt^ a ro:, laundiedm
d m at^p ro g tam in K D iifiisQ by,
ty , and Drake Unlveraltyjtmlo
tnlor Bratt Larson work b i . ^ ^ paittry'rttha 8 f Mary Fiimll
v p
between tlicir<Sistoni«
nlly
ev e n m t the Chiistmas
CDSb e t ^ th a n dth* Moi.&ndSta
I S M f e l A Mok last August and
n d - 'C «ntertnD M M olaet,loa
Iowa
U
it
nontb.
QaldaflM
b
n
w
down«t)eUeve U o t co t). B ut thi
d i^ h c tib n s," said -, ^ i ^ p oU^v etB ® w ^ ,...v
. ^ vhleli tpectaljzM In iRturl
irtt fiwrUni^lkURs t o i t ^ t clum&j
lUl'oy a rd looks b d te r. ( w ^ read;
nuiy R a n d a Q V \n ]^ ^ s tbouiji p ^ l c ^ d ii i ; d o t \ \ The raxnnpony
m
i t insures people
flh and eharch voltorteer*
era ipM lal istM and axtni 6 i ^n a f l t a i : •
fo r otir close-up, , M t S u p e
l g i ^ : d i s a ^ ^ ; w ho are’
5’ nt
not, chuichgoers u ^ e r oth'ei
-How is th aliot'reU igli
D t^ > a W hopper DbpIetO. tbi
tionTT
sh o pping Is d ons a n d w e soww ai
d c o o m , GuldcOnc^ execudve covier ch u ich donatlonsi
•, Under th e p o lic ta i’^ ^ & f th & U w o u ld . la n ^ eeda
ns, o r ddilng, for ' .N f s n aSg n^ j u t atad:Insuniru£,' isald tht
dte
p re tty g « ^ movie.
sldcn^ .said o f tho FaithGuaid
i ^ I d t f t h e ^ o ^ l n ' vice.presidi
libtfaavotopayadcdura
lid. p ropleW ho t>ecome dls£
Usabled a n d a m . plims-.iny
',
iny;,imusuai
H ts a ld they a reJ «0
It^am iiztngv^iat can hoppoi
i ^ t b . d i u j ^ a c ' •ppU dce'rw
:*Ws feel dieyore onlyoppcaling
PC“
■actiracdderttbn'thctw:
ng . n o t .m e e t th d r obllj
Sllgatlons. O iw sroaitrnov
a o w fiom a business p e r s p e civc
^
' w f a e n y o u k ttw ^ ^ to tn is t
. ttvldes; a n d ttiey w ould
ltd. receive' doUble., ; ^ d o f beru
}cndlt tb people wtio w attend
IKl; churchgocraw ouldbelnt
Interested In sucn becausetB
ists
Bth e homeowners a n d m otorist
. medical coverage* U^ su
s c fa Bcddents.' - chundL’Thi
'Theitibte, w e do. n ot fed ttiat
uU a b e n est. she said.
- . ‘ tiu c o mnp ap ^ win t o ! ^ are Ukdy tb b<
be
'
o o t h o ^ t o p t i y . a 'th erd lsaBnydlsdirnlnadonotaO.''
ny
^
Churcteoets.M reuldtiot
JiectorofdieUni* lo w - r i^
' L a^H ash b erg ei;d iic<
‘xt i lt^J h m AntabanKfiiUtah
Ip e rso n al p r o ^ > ^ ‘ ^-Forlnstaj
istancc, she sold, th e policy rtfl veralty o f lovmB Insti
w *" rdpducdbleifthcylosepe
isd tu te o f Risk
:IPlease see nsURAHCE. I ^ e E2
E:
^ G o d[lha$S
IS
n1 0
faivoriftes’
Christ WAS
a
Go>to chuirch?
^
Id save on yoi
You caul(
our insurance
WhateViver
happemled
to ecumnenism?
ENICAL
S,'
i
JosephWilkerbafitdana
. ,. ^ .
.
.
.
.
v' '
A-*- '■
A
xa
«»,hW>e S«turdq(MM)il2,2008
R e l i g i o Nn
____________________
— Miss]SIONARffiS
night
Churrch wilUhold movie
1
Scout
ca re s- I
i E a^^
Several MagicV^Qey-areai
H e vw ill w ork
idents have bee n caDed tooseive
se
litii Luncheon will bc hekl o r returned from setving nm b Rev. Robert
irtVan
V N est will follow teriaitl
a tte n d
a n di
n 11:30
a.m . to 1 p jaT U esV. Van N (» t b m oving from
I
Jio
State
Jesus
Idaht
slons for T he C hurch o f Je
ian to b c n ear family,
day at
a Uie B asque Center on Christ o f latter-d a y Saints.
U nivi
iv m lty . He
versity Avenue,
im p IeteS O yearsasan
Unh>c
------------------------' Hewfflcomc
is th e s o n o f .
Inform
adon.
call'
all
733-5349.
onialiicdPrc
he
H
ag
eim
an
Christian
Picsbyteaion m inister
The
*
.
Richt
Jm rd . W.
iter wm provide a sp ed a l '
Cente
o n June 9.
^
i . B onnie
. • PT/W Pj tn i.fT>Ti lAbite '
ter program, 'G lorious Day.’
m m e e tin g win b e held Easter
I
Ascsslonn
igeyofB urost for th e hmcfa b $6 per serve In th e Peru lim a E ast A
iinne£
Cos:
a n d is in
lo a Please m ake resenratiebvrelcom e.
persoi
. ^ 1,
th e!BB urley 4tii
—TheRcv.
EUza.tions
is by calling Carolyn
HMBERLY—
"!
ird. ....................
Zinger a t 934-5700 Ijy Sun- '
b eth Greene will;
ese is H ope a t 10
^
'
Greatest o f These
>
E ld e r
hrtfc w ho w ish to a ttra d
a j n . Sunday atIdle
Oi Magic Valley g u e s t 8 p e £
Ad H arris
r (he program
come at
iversalist FellowWENDELl
^
— Evangclbt onlyd
U nitarian U nhri
ved in tiie
ri at no c o s t All are w dn e c ts a t W hite’s
Robert Dodri
odrin w in b e tiu! guest
noon
ship, w hich me.
n a d a Calle.
mterSL
speaker for
Chapd.712C<mti
b r ssp e d a l scrvlccs to ' come,
y M ls s io a
Ik alm s to h elp
b c h e ld th
\ eek a t tiicBerean
G reene’s talk
lbbw
ia n ls b tiie
ip
their
h
o
p
e
th
e
BaptblChun
people keep up (
iuidi,175SecondA vix
Q o sp
1 o f C had
im g poUtioi). sow.
m idst o f sobcrini
d
CharHn] a n d natura
luai ev ents a n d
Meetings
\
gs will
b e h d d a t 11 l ^ f ”
line H arris
CODING — T h e Liberty
G0(
a jn . and 5 p.m
p . Sunday a n d 7
trends.
Burley and
IUQ6IOM
EveryoneUwel
tiicm Gospel Q u an et wlll b tiie n h u h m bsionary r q
idzty tiirough V\^Klncs- Soutiii
welcome:.
p j a Monda>
in th e Star
b r m in c o a c c r ta t7 p jn .t^ - '- senting h b fa m l^ H is pare
ild-dme g o sp d group
perfor
day. An old-i
d \^ ^
C W H -ti
so m ih eG3em
cn S tate Rddlcrs will day aat th e G ooding United arc L ^ n - a n d m t h V S^ eT S
m a n d BarTWINFALLS — Bonn
hodist Church. 805 Main S t Heybum.
nuslc
Metiic
Ft Ct>n. 4o u
lead tiie m
us o n Tuesday, an d
b a ra Cole o f Filer a
• Sister Josie M oore
re served in
catered b y “Let% Go
ay's scrvice will focus
A dinner
dl
Heavan B ound Blucgra
ssiorL
— ... 4n theChHeOsomoMlssi
•E ld e r P a tz k k L ee lh igjey
ey Wui
ch" from D eclo will be
^kfoote gradLS — T h e Rock o n lh ey outil.
u tit
Dutch
ers
TWIN FALLS
will be the featured pperform
er
serve in th e \^ s h In g to n I
ed at 5 3 0 p jn . Seating b
uilty C hurch will
Dodilllb ba graduate o f tiie served
ospelOpry, Creek Communlt
a t the M a^c Valley Gosp
£d
nom
—
S o uth
E
ted a n d reservations and ,—
lal Wes M cCord
University
^ oof
f N o n h Florida and
llmlto
se t for 7 p m . to d ay a t die
t First h o ld its armual
»
High •
U sh-speak
sts are required for th e dinb currently
v orking on a m asiy w
tickcts
h u rd i. 189 Chill Feed at nnooon Sunday in
Assembly o f G od Chui
uw l
and
m
ission.
Tb
buy
a
ticket,
can
Maiy
eteria
a
t
tiie
Servtor's
degree
th
e
school
cafetc
^
in
d
h
ln
ity
at
ner.
T
Locust Sl N.
diamVbung
T
lngey
IT at 934-959a Cost b $12
itist Church. 131
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tcniB apilsiT lie»]ogiO uer
e H
Iw isinr In
Afcmbers o f the
i eavan ent*eiay A d m itis
th e s o n
nary in Fort Worth, p er ppic rso a Reservations and
ive.
cal Sem inar
n d are
B ound Blue;grass B and
i R on Grandview Drive.
ivok Utah,
R ichard
ncn t m ust l>c p a id by Mon'gins a t 10 a m .
Tfacts. Ho bIs on
e e o f several stu- payme
W orship begir
Cole of Filer o n th e m
maandoU a
b ie h e rm b a n d B on
chcrs s e n t out by tiie
day.
itain H om e w ith Pastor D ale M etzger dent prcache
Rudy C oibctt o f Moutaii
n,
ahe
Tlngey o f B
lose w ho w ish m ay attend
“Safely H om e."
seminaiy each
eac y e a r to lead rcTho;
o f speaking o n ”S
o n th e banjo. BobI Greer
G
iked as a
ley w d b
only a t 7 p j a The
will provide spevivab throi
tirough its Spring
tiie conccrt
co
Nam pa on th e guitar..M
MilkeK or- Harold M etier wl
g is te re d
th e Buriey
x rtb fre a
m P ra ctio m i.
concei
EvangelslmP
o m e o n th e cialm uslc.
t r i ^ t of M o u n u in Homi
(se a t S t
le public blnvitccL
W ard.
o f E aster
- Soutiiwesti
western S em inary is '
The
am pa o n
An assortmnent
er
C ^ e . Pal M assie o f N
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s:^in B o isa
ivallable for purone of six: graduatc-levd
ro
semi-----Strm g o f item s will bc ava
th e dobro. an d H a n y Si
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1Burley High School a nnd
d a n iheSatunL^rell^npc
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she
quotes
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Beckmakcsal
n g alleged a n d deudls confr
new m em oir detailing
even claim such a
wi
Nibley iied
died at a g e 94 o n Feb. she would
h a d w ith h e r ather
fath over d ie alchild sexual ab u se inII a promlg b shocking I would never
eck a n d other family titingl
24. but Bcck
has been leged ab u se in “Leaving th e
ne n t M onnon h o m e: hi
emi yow nchU d."
members said
sa h e adam an’ly defile
Ihe church
Sfw ts:H ow ILost
ostthe M orm ons
discredited by b o th the
cr
seven
siblings discountc
anegations
of
sexual
Her
Killh."
denied
Ihe
all
ngs.
a n d Found My Kl
a n d the author’s siblings
a ^ a l scarring tiiat
cd ih
ihe book in a w ritten '
ofthebookdetails
abuse and1 vva;
IVN
M ormon
Themajoriiyoft
It's one thing for any
imcnt last m onth,
nss she
statem
.vilh tiic M onnon
Beck daim
s: endured.
Uc ithat sh e her (ailing out will
wom an to say in public
laitlia^ m ost egregious accuIgan recovering the
“Maj
rse iiu ich authorShe bcgar
used, but it
faiihandcriilciasi
had been seaially abuse*
n — tiiat our fatiier mokstcd
i, sh
ng dissent an d
memories,
sl e says, in 1990, salionb r Moitha
liles for sdSlng
w as quite a n o th e r for
*—
T h e p o p e ’si l Il l s
ivcr several years a n d tiiat the
hcrovc
h o u ^ t am ong
t\s-o days after
afie a near-dcatii exth e
independent tihc
Beck, whose ro o ts with
wi
PHILADELHIA— S h e m a j
laul II sufNow 8 4 , Pope John Pao
ly covcred u p tiie crim e— Is iialf a w orld aw ay Crom SRoij i ?
u sw h o d k ln ’ta d perience ddu
u rin g surgery to
famityi
M onnon scholars
ch u id i dale bock to the
the bcd n s disease,
(ora from Partdnson-st
pon ta n co u s tear tliat not iruc.
tru While saladous accusa- b u t M aiy Romanowsid feel
o rthodo^. Many
repair a spor
^andiatncr hcie to church on
n in g Hcrgrcat-grcat-grar
rs, stiffwWdi couses tremors,
i sd] books, die reader should fcUowship o f p ain w ith h ICT
ed inside scarring in lionsst
ivecritidzM M orhad opened
ilentlst for
scholais who have
w as the personal den
e r si u f .
eech.
Tohn
8'“ '™d SpeO.
v tliat In titis case It simply dM
tWWh U esh e w a san c sbiowd
her vagina.
m on teachings have
ha d th e r b een
Joseph Smith, founderr ooff w h a tb
Holy fttiie r. P o p er. Jt
J end
h ip ______
Burdened
by
arthritis
a
laip p c a ____________ i__ I:___
im urilcated__ or— tlietizcd dur
during- surgery. s h c _ n o tlia
•largest de-__Died.__ taccommi
_______ ncRV Uie nation^ lilUi-lar^
10 can no
allmenta, ho'
aUegations dishonor
!ncountered a "Being
T hbse
hi
shunned by the churdi.
chi
said she encc
nom inatioa
As tiie pontiff enduies hh bb ia tn nunM
longer walk.
real abuse
at
survivors ^^4I0 lose est hospltaBzatloa Romanov
Chinese,
ofLight."
The autlior o f tlie bcs
best seller
“Not sincc I'd:studied
sa
t Rome’s
H o b c o n v s le s d n s a tR
ibUity a n d suffer Increased b o fe iin g h e r ow n m arathoi
vs later,
s h e s.iid she
crcdlbi
s written
by tiie
T\vo dare
L
le A
'12-year* using textbooks
v
“Expecting Adam." the
Gemelil hospHai afterraa tra dsh w hen false accusations rosaryptayas& om herPhllai
had her ust
fust rem em brance of angub
aughicr o f C om m unbts, had
ha( 1 n m Into
old Beck also is tlie dau|!
3main
cheotomy and may rem
J abuse:
She says she
ore esq
23q)osed," d ie famUy stale- phla-arca rowhouse.
m ore
the alleged
at
ng Univerm ore careful :ensorin&
cen
th e b te B ri^ a m Young
I
lls followed
.
there until Easter. This
tsays.
rs being
strctched out
m ent
s
■lions, m ore dm ld
remembers
b<
eritus o f suspidousquesiioi
sity professor em erii
Romanowskl. 90, w h o has
a lO d e y sta y fo rb re aathing
tl
ccovercd m em ory" refers to vcie arthritis, sat in h e r. ihf
pread iUte a frog on a
“Rec
bet een people
and legs sprej
an d e n t scripture, Hugh Nlbley. conversations betw
problems a month ago.
JO.
wees in w W c h ^ J s ^ i o ^ ^
"M y falher Is Instant
ry m
lat
\vho hoped they
i l ^ t actually dissecting table.
In his role as a M ormion
on apoloroom last w eek and, in hiCTH^
er
P«Pd ol»« rv « * say John
Jol
netiiing th a t fceb as say tiic
doing someti
le cchurch's
bc true uiends,"■slic\vrites.
sli
( ^ t. he was o n e o f tlie
tive ' Polish, desc rib e dd :h e r
16 began
Paul's physical dedlne
snce Is suppressed in an d eep est w b h e s. T h e y w
5 ripping
m e in two,"
perien
“OnthcBYUcai
campus, norm al
though It's
rij
leading authorities a n td cliief
iassin
shot
t to
eflbrt
t ease d l ^ m f o r t ossod- . traiulatcd by her d a u ^ t ee rr (a n d
° ''^^uldbo a ssa
:
defenelcrs against Intel
itcUcctual
social inteiaction
in b1w u n e a peshe writes in
inth
t c b o o k .rc ca n in g
illfit hit h is...........
. him In 1981. One bulk
t esmeriene^'only prayer parm er. Theresa.
w
X ac riiating ritual h er fathersay
sayiin g w o id slik cT a - 'ated \vltii'tiu
cuUar dancc. like
attacks. His prolific; w i ltin g
entered
surface
ycais
latecT
he
theoham , T h e Book o f toresu
Ties o f colbetween storks,
£ each party
s, as
ther Abrohan
now num ber 15 volumes
o rs e ,
* secof’d err
“v ^ e n e v e r ahe feels w
wo:
sert and
is been used to justify abuse bccause she has good days
id." " th e p rophet ryiiasl
i up
th e Dead."
will likely dclicatcly sized
u th e others
IcCTcd works, a n d wll)
vs {
and
jjn la
tore his Intestine.
s In
/\m ut th e Destioycr." ‘cases
I courts, b u t recovered b a d days, sh e alw ays jthL
conformity, and
Joseph," "Ami
lev e lo frc li^o u5sa
rcach 20 volumes.
nodes have bee n attacked as about h u n bccause h e s can y
"tiie prophei
ih e t Josep h Smith,"
memo
Beck chronicles h er diiGcult
(
opened up or dlosed
o » dow n to reJlable
an
d
subject
to
manipiheir
own
beliefs"
"Abrahamlcsi
lc
sacrifice."
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from
T
h
e
v
^
o
rc
o
n
c
c
a
lih
e
i
a n d dram atic b reak fro
n turns to
tib cross, a n d she w ants too m
C£ n y they say. John Paul re
atten"Eveiythlng
oa
ting M arth a has said
ulatlor
o f LatterBut the book Is
Isdrawing
<
Church c f lesus Christit ol
casstirance,
tiiem a message o f rea
tiie cross o f C hrist w ithI hhim.
i
o f C h rb d w
Theresa Romanowskl s a i±*S
d *1 he a powerful message of
w i^ e s ^ e could take h b p jto consolation h e im s acan ed “the
gospel o f suffering.’
more forheixsclL'
id . increasa v e a lIn h b writings • and
’I h e
faltliful have
w n d to i n ^ . witii h b serenelifvroidless
if
ways fd t a d o se spiritual bom
Continued from E l
th
d
r
pope.
But
tiie
Romanbw!
ibsvskb
bearing
o f amiction •- t h e Pope
o u r similarities a rc mluucc h more
m : A s h o r t h is to ry
Ecumenism;
3 itiie
v
ithhb
has
^ven
w
imess
to
and
otiieis
say
th
b
pope;
with
ifferences,"
com m o n than o u r diffei
pHfting that oru; m ust persev
severe witii
• m ounting inllm iltle3,bupnf)
hesaid .
icil of Churches, s consutta•nl»m comes from
Enlighlenment
lent thought, broko
Council
TTwword ecunwnl
in g h a s rehope bccause sufferin
__________ !lWc’re.anxious_io wo
indcondilar-agontof—— -------- them In new ways.
w o rk w l t h _ _ ih o Crook vwirds
Js olkoumone
e
(^tho— down monyy of tho tradilional fotin-------tivo anc
UiwelI“
d ‘nnptive-value-to-dd r a w r o n e - —
As tiiey shower h im wiUi
v
oth e r religious leaders
•rs n ^ Inhabited world*)
i
lenlsm, working wilh nation1*) and
olkos
dallons Uut
3t su
si pported separate
ecumer
d “unleash
in
g
o
f
d
oser
to
Christ
an
wishes
an
d
a
n
outpouring
in g th e m oral issues
es of o u r
c h o u so ’) ond car
jcturcs. Othor brealtol. dene
inominatlonal, regional and
can bo traced from
church stnictui
r
v
l
^
love.’
sp
ed
a
l
M
asses
an
d
p
rayer
vij
time." Hobbs add ed .
ho tm
confess
isslonal bodies, was inauguthe commonds,I, promises
pi
ond
downs in tho
ti ditional
In reality, w orking tog
to g e th e r b
p ro y efso fJo suJS.
s.,After the InterSings of church unity led
ratedI In
In Amsterdam in 1948. The
undcfstnnding;
"a natu ral extension"
.n o f t h e
nalionol Misslormi
jslbiillios for expertmcftInternal
wUonal Missionary Coundl
}nary Conference
to new posslbl
Christian life, T h o m said ,
1019lh
Joined
d the
t World Coundl of
rgh In 1910.
taUon in the
1! century. Tho
,
held o t EdinburgH
ll i c concept o f ccum
tmce n ls i n b
Protestants befiar
and stale In
Churcht
:hes in 1961.
gan to use the
scpamtionIof
ofchurch
e
ContbuMdlhmEl
■sa Catiiolic C hurch
h in Des
‘vlially’ Im portant to0 Fry,
F) w h o
ecumenism
It movements against tho
im Ito describe tho
the UnitedSSta
tates signaled the
Pirrtait,
O ne downside, h e n oted.
>
!d.was
Moines,
cam e to TWln F alb th bIspp;a sty c ju :
gathering of mlasi
Mlity
ond
respect
for
rodevelop
lopments
that led lo and
Issloncry, evangelneed for cMlIt)
tiiat th e policies w ould co:
com e
David Baitem es, vw h o was
to fill a tem porary vBaiac a n c y ln
m c,
ona
i
nued in tho World Coundl of
nd unlUve
forces.
Ilgious rights
Its In
Ir a land of many
contlnu<
ensure boxing food a t th e S
Si t M ary’s
under a microscope to ens:
th e Presbyterian pulpit.
cdies havo produced on ecurhe sending
of misslorv
Churcht
ar tho
religions. The
s
Durlnfl ond Ofler
tl Second Valiiry.
FamUy Center in Des
tiiey a ie nondlscrimlnatory.
es Moines,
As a chaplain fo r 28
2i y e a r s
con Coundl {196J
0 beginning
of tho 19lh
menicol
cal convorgenco of their .
96265), Roman
aries ot Iho
be
ra iti Benson, w h o adrove
n
said h e i m ore c oncer
e m e d wltii
w ith the Nevada D eparti
i ecumenism
to '
ccnturyreveait
/eaied th e possibillUes
own. Most
Mi partldpants In this
^
“ 9'
C n lt» llc 3 u s« )«
c
about
2,000
miles
last
y
ear
i
fordable
to
C orrecdons, providing
»
r
c
o
making
Insurance
affoi
ilion a c ro ss donominaconverg
srgenco prefer to bo called
refer to tho renew
lewsl of tho whole
of coopeiallon
ortUnatlng food collections
ons in p o o r low ans th a n te
revrardlng
an ce in the spirit o f ecuii
ngcllcal.* In the United
and brought'
"evangi
llfe o fth e d iu n ch.
:h . uneJertalten to
tional lines! aatt homo
i
local stores, said Ihe extra
B ocov- people who d o n t ne
necessarily
w as a powerful experiei
•rien ce. h e
m oto It more resf
o f competition
States tho
i National Assodation
■esponslve to *8ei>to light iho1scandal
see
e i a ^ w as welcome.
need tiie peiks.
1 among
Christian doof Evan,
angeiicols was formed In
churches*
IS* ond to the
and conflict
an
“It m J ^ t b e a good idea,
I
t e the ab sen ce o f a d ™
2a .ifU
'Nfy fear b tiiat it%taam a z k e tis abroad.
.
1943,
I, In
li large part to counter the
rorld.
nominations
al
needs of the wor1(
saved m e m oney a n d provlc
' national governance, p r
tiiep e o p le
ovided Ingploytiiatbenefitstl]
«ntury thrived boFederal
rai Coundl of Churches.
movement seeks
Early 20th cc«n
th o o c a n a n lc tIim
a
little
extra
co
v
e
rag
e
''
&
h a d th e & ^ o m to m ^
" said w h o n e ed ittiiele ast’"B
E artem es
sense of
cause of thee
ho convergenco of
which
1 began
b
In 1908 and reorto recover tho apostolic
apo
Ih e ie - said.
Bemson. a m em ber o f S t The
tu a l decisions a n d th e p<
sm ents: Intemallonal
gonlied
ed 03 the National Council
h for unity In diverthroe mcveme
......... 'l e t go o f destru ctiv e
lurches In 1950. Evangell--------- - of Chun
coi
fronts t h e ........ — missionaryfConferenc«s{Prote»iora," that they m ay ne
nnlng vflth th e
cols havo
ha' many orgoniattions
fflculiles, snd
toni),,beglnnln
T o p l a c e a c l a s s l f l a d a d , c a l l 7 3 3 -^(0 9 3 1
h o d without th e ecim icr
(1910) ond
ihotopi
opomto on an intemotionol
nodem pluralistic
EdinburghConference
Con
titude. Fry said.
rtly reassessment ■ teWng shape
pie s£s o n Institution In
' lovolto
tochannel speclflo coopera___world. It b 8 lively
"Wc need to coopera
itlonal
M
issionary
live
one
tnergios.
II
sources
end
desthe
Intematlor
of the historical s.
o n e anolher — n o t pS ti t e a i h
lowers perceive to
Council (1921;
921): Iho Faith and
In 1931
6 1Pope John XXIIlestabo th er down fo r th e m
feroncos (on church
•
llshed
dlho
tl Secretariat for tho
ly. catholic, ond
Order Conferoi
worship," h e said.
^ of Jesus Christ
doctrine end
nd poli^),
p
commertdng
Promotl
otion of Christian Unity, ond
Itls easy to get c a u ^
rerenco a t Lausanno
the Ortl
irthodox churches created
if on ecumenical
In the conferei
theory, b u t w h e re s e r
srvOrthodox
Conference. Ol­
jisUanlty
Increosed
(1927),
ertd
td
th
th
e
U
fo
an
d
Work
tho
Pan
hp mrnm T
OPPfOOCfl tO CiUISlJ
G od b concerned, “the
ios among tho Roman
93 (on
aiogues
118th centuries,
Conferences
(< s o d a l and praoc a n value o th e rs, th e
sms), beginning with
Catholic
>llc, Orthodox. Pentecostal
issentlnS sects ond
tical problemsl
G od becom es fo r m e," Fi
’rotestant churches haw
lolm Conference
ond Pro
ilsewhere In Europe
the StocMiolm
TW n Falb’ In terd em
... .
)taovar« 0 il8tlc.re(1925). In119c
9 3 7 a t tiio Oxford
brought
fit general consensus on
f
e
tlonol Good F riday ' ser
l&sues s s boptism, the Ea­
s of
suchl&t
Issionary
Conference
ofUfa a n d Work, prof & X p n H g m ta li
V ttlodtandesplm thefit
r l ^ t In line w ith ectm i
st ond the nature.of ministry.
-0 drawn
u p to unite
charisti
I, along with the siposols were
dt
M«l8nV0fS.m3,l!l
thefutirt
it
n
o
o
..
according to th e Rev.
s«m&c}ctapo<s«arntnica
Kt of
with Fallhand
andOrder. Tho World
^
C a tile llg iilta H I3 3 3
omSrot
DaSilva, ecum enical oQ
Doo'cmbstUitttflmfatlnfcn
C h u iA in ^------------------------Risen Christ Catholic Chi
S tfH ig e lS a ttil
tD ita
^ .'D a S ih r a said. “God h u .
churchess — "an essential dl- ofGck
Interview.
Boise.
iboQt (Un^cocDint icrki
Jtc r th e d e a th o f m cnsion" fo
for o p e n dialogue no faavorites."
,
v
g ,re
Forty ytm rsafle
‘l h a t ’8 a great thing,
n sp e « C ta M e iim o
leople
o
f
aU
people
o
f
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u
m
en
lsm
rebetween
pcoj
have
th
b
Popo
John,
ecu
Ing th e Cut th a t w c ha'
Hm
rme^-^feu^f writer Lorvtta
lean t cu rren t in
faltii.
m ain s a stoiiflca
d m v a y m u ch in comim
m io n .
khartcanbeteaiJtcddtTSSild look i t u p in tiie Bwkh
I d s ia A ccording
You could
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For locti
Ctdmtot
OB S h e n f u aZ4-M
'U ptnkM ab so lu te sMmsc,ond
en
m i
% or write to him a t ■
ravides
a n o pen.
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ACLUsues;sU.S.overllease of histo
:oric site to ^VIormons
L oiA nH lM T lm M
A d sB h o v er the federalJgoygc
e n u n e n t^ right to lease
ue a
n a d o n a l histo ric aiteB In
W yom ing to th e Monm
iim on
C h tirc h m oved to court
cot
W ed n esd ay a s th e Americ
•rlcan
OvQ lib e rtie s Union filed
si
d suit
arguing th a t th e govem mentvl*
ent'
o la te d th e constitutional tbar
against endorsing religion.
ver
T he b a n l e — m e latestt oo;
th e p re se n c e of re M o n In
In nt a tlonM p o rk s a n d naUor
Uonal
historic sites — centers o)n
n the
t
M a rtin i Cove Historic Site,
ite, 55
m iles B outhw estofCaspet
In 1656, 150 M onnon pi
n e ers o n th e ir way to Salt la
a t y d ie d in a blizzard nearrMarMl
tin s Cove, a n d th e Monni
C h urch h a s s o u ^ t control
TOl o f
th e a re a for m any years.
In re c e n t years, the chur
hurch
h a s sp o n so re d treks to thee aaire a
a n d th o u s a n d s o f Mormo
m ons
c om e yeariy dressed in pert
)crIod
cosnunes.
But th e site has a broader
n
errelevance to American wcstv/a
tward
m igradon. It Is on a route v.4ie
w4iere
;ed A
four m ajo r trails converged
h a lf m illio n settlers traveli
Eveled
and
those trails bct\\-een 1841I oj
1869 in scaxch of farmland
n d in
n la a s
O regon a n d goldin CoMomia
—w elF-aff-rellglous-freedom U tah, T h e trails are admini
niinlsPark
te red t v th e National Pa
th th
Service, m cooperadon with
tl e
nageU.S. B ureau oi Land Manag
' m ent
A fter pro tests scuttled gc
govircato
e m m e n t pla n s to sell the area
igress
th e M o n n o n Church, Congrc
utring
p assed a lav/ In 2003 itiqulrii
iterior
th e BLM, a u n it o f the Interi
D e p a rtm e n t, to negotiate
ale a
lon g-term d e a l w ith the churc
lurdi,
j.year
w hich th e n recehred a 25*ye
lease for 933 acres o f publiccLmd
lai
a t $ 16 ,0 0 0 a yeai;
T he ACLU's suit chargess th
that
'com th e law ^ v e s the chuicn 'cor
m tto l
p le te a n d im fettered conu
deralover bo th a n im portant feden
ly ow ned hlstonc site and
d tlthe
le site
m essage th a t visitors to the
si
receh®.
“T h e c h u rd i has been ^v
^ en
th e go-ahead to create on edeial
e th
that
pro perty a M onnon shrine
Incorporates the church^I ov
own
Enprehistorical a n d rdigious inteipi
tatk )n o f th e events that occurr
:urred
___ In M a r t ^ Cove," states t t ee su
suit,
lim d ’
beh a lf of ^ te te ih liu
Evangelical
combat glol
nes down
Gxibson tom
aovie for new
n releasise
^
ctor edits ‘The Pas
a s s io n o f tlie
n ily -frie n d ly
ir less violent, fami
5t’
C h ris t
v e i s i ioo n
Thi>H
i
Hartford
Courant_________
*TIhhe P assion o f th e Christ’ Is
:k. -But M el G lbson's-eplc
back.
storyi
ry about th e final 12 hours of
Jesus
i
us ChrlstH life win be a lessS
y, m ore family-friendly film
stlm e.
T
he
Passion
Recut.’
as
It
is
s
'
B
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I
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I
^
now «
r
.*
—f
2■
tw 3o uweeks b e £ r e Good^^U ayy
b: in 500 theaters nationw ide
-> ln£
V hen th e original version
^ 5 8 ^ 1 m JM
Wh
ened o n A sh W ednesday last
opene
year,
ir. 1It h a d a n R cadng bccausce
o f its g rap h ic depiction of aa
blood
tody Q m s t. w ho Is flayed byy
Roma
m an soldiers after his caf^
I
Mel Qlbion
e, \\iilp
p c d a s h e carries his
nue,
\
.
RMdKt 'The Paiilon’
a o sISS
s dirough die streets andi
:n dies a slow a n d io n iz in g
■
id cra
® said *Md Gibson was und(
dcalh
idi w hen h e is crudlTcd
*•
ti e
n[he
ic m ovie‘ is th e som e film Inn lot of pressure the first tim
ic e of
_
spirit;
rit.’ G ibson explained in a re-;• around to lessen the violcnci
1---------- movie, but I am glad he did
Id not
it s ta te m e n t ‘I have tonedi
cent
backofffromiL"
down
m so m e o f die m ore bmtalJ
A hlitcrtc r»«nactnient
int at Martint Cove Klitorlo Sits
:e southwest
»
of Caiper, Wyo.
But Cooley acknowledj
idged
nes w ithout removing them1
scene
ring a
com
an environ- th e religious significance
sig
o f troubled thi
h a t their suffering and o rco
r prom ising d ie Impact off diat less violence could brin
E xdiange Project, an
sctcnt
:film. By softening som e of itss wider audience: “Tb die ext
m cntaladvocacygtoup
lup, and four Martin's Cove. TTh<
h e lawsuit esd- deaths will
rtll b e co-opted and
ai
ire w renching aspects. I hopec diat he can broaden his audlm ates that th aItt aapproximately used
fc
\AiyorTdng residents.
for
proselytizing
gc
^
® to mnVr
ma
th e Ohn a n d its mes-- ence, diat would be a good
o f the purposes."
T h e suit nam es as dc
Idefendants 85 percent to 9K)
0 percent
(
r
dling."
;e
of
love
available
to
a
wider
Iterior Cole visitors are mleem
n b e ra o f th e
Hoidswoiforth said th e ofDdal
Secretary o f th e Intei
°
Many church groups that
t
lienee."
N o n o n ^ ^ K a ^ e e n;n(Clark, DiM ormon Church,
ch.
M orm on cex p lan atio n of die
gsfor
Ifter th e Qlm's first release,u sponsored dieater showings
a u -o f-la n d --------Thiils-to-Martii
irtln's-G ovo-and— lasS-traged
edy-does-not-tcll the
novie
)Son said, ‘ I received numer-- tneir members found die me
surrounding lan
n dda re d e c o m te d whole story
ir /a n d 'c x d u d e s any Glbso;
M ^gcm ent
J
to
be
a
powerful
proselytlz
dzlng
j
lette
rs
from
people
all
N d m e r th e Mormot
non C hurch w ith the logos o ff the
i Bureau o f narmtlvess o r Interpretadons
1
OSS d ie co u n try M any toldi toolbut one that was nol app
o ranyofitsalB liaiesIs
5 is a nam ed
Land Marmgemi
:m e n t an d th e that are noi
lot consistent widi or
E
i they w an ted to share the ex-. priate for children or sensii
defendant in th e su iL
it 1However,
ch.
' supportive
M ormon Chtuch.
re o f th e church-aplence w idi loved ones butt .viewers.
Lloyd C harles Larsen,
essage a b o u t die site.' P^ner
«n, a M orO ne of the pla itllls in th e proved mes
"The Passion Recut“ is an
uiexre concerned d iat th e harshI h e Land
m o n oIBdal in RIvcni
[ul Exchange Project Is
c n o n .W ^ ,
suit. Susan M. Wozny. o f
e
cellent
idea,
said
Tom
W
o]
yalsh,
I m a ^ o f th e film would be
' said h e regretted that
hat the su it Laramie, Vfyo.,
v ho is n o t a a Seatde-b;
., w
•based nonprofit ornmupastor of Crossroads Comn
I intense
for diem to bear:'
w as filed
Mormon, s u d th a t > ^ e n she ganizatlonfi ith a t advocates more
m
Zona
Presbyterian1 nity Church In Vemon, Co
*Miutin% Covc Is aran integral visited the site last
las August, she public partli
[tidpadon In decision- ^ Ctoevn a n t
inder,
u rch in Sim sbury, Conn., ‘I'm looidng forward to a kinc
p a n o f this nation's trea
b o u t federal lands. In Cnurc
icasuiedpl-' was repeatedly,r ask
aj e d b y 'M o r- m aU ngabc
mote
rchased 600 dckets for dieB gender version, one that Is m
o n c e r story, a n d sh
should DC m o n guides about
•out h er r ^ o u s 2002, die ppro Jea o p p o s ^ du: P“n:h
igrcgadon lo view d ie filmI mainstream and acceptab
ircdated by affUiadon a n d urns
v m barred ^ m
ait's Inidal plans to sell “ "5^
govemmeni
accessible a n d opprcc
1
a, but
a l " Larsen said. W
Mtthout.the an area o f the trail
xalL She said she the Manin':
in's Cove property to ‘“ ‘[year,
V*- a n d Robert Cooley, diec he said. 'It's a powerful film.
[ngto
o u trea ch coordinator,:, one dial could be off'puttinf
church^wiUingnesstoi
to m ake this w as told th a t M
M orm ons h a d theM ormoi
ion C hurdi.
fendieves d ie violence w as neces-- some who vtrould not be offci
rem ote area accessible
I
)letovlsltors
died there an 1d itIt was 'sa c re d '
The suit. t.I before a federal dis*
cd by die message of film."
y to th e story.
an d tell th e story off tli
those \\4io
an d ‘hallowedg^ro u n d ’
trlct count Jjudge in Cheyenne,
VWilsh saw die original1 film
f
The violence depicted In1
died there. It would still
iTolndff, Kevin ^^Vo., conti
itinbelsolatA nother pToli
titends th a t diat die _ ™
le Passion
o f die Christ’ Is his-• twice last year to presoccnI itit for
jrofessoratW est- 2003 law vl<
e d an d unappreciated"
xL"
H oldsw onh.aproi
violates th e EstablishP
1
hIscongrc^don.hcsa!d.‘ani
indto
Ically
acc
u
rate
and
A bout 100,000 peop
» p le a year
e m V \^ m gln g Com m unity m ent Q au
a u se a n d die Free
.
tell
you
die
tmdi,
it
was
diflit
flicult
portant
In
term
s
o
f
under*
visit M artin's Cove. Acc
Icrardingto
College, said th
th a t M orm on Speech Cli
Clause o f d ie Flnt
m a"
nding th e sacrifice,’ Cooleyy to sit d u o u ^ die second timi
th e suit, all visitors 1to
to the site domination o f th
thie area m eant Amendmen
en t a n d seeks an inm u sl e n te r by way ooff the Mor- th a t visitors w/eere
n receiving a
die |------Junction pro h ib itin g
m o n Visitor’s Centerr lo
sen tatio n o f th e Deparmien
located o n
constrided preser
m t o f th e Interior or
ice. "The history the BLM fifirom Im plem endng . g |
a nearby ra n c h that isiscowned by
site's significance,
8
S p i c e u p y o u r l iIffee w i t h t h e F o o d &
th e church. At the cen
grodon does n ot
th eleasa
x nter, Moro f w ^ e m emigro
rtsly to the (MorOndyW eVertz.aspokesvraman
bdo n g exdusively
m o n m issionariess :m ake a
| ^4 (o m e s e c t i o n , e vv ee r y W e d n e s d a y ii
p resen tatio n describh
iblng hardm on) Church, oorr to any odier for die BLA
LM I n ^ ^ m i n g . said
rm ons ^vho graup," Holdswort
y is reviewing die law.
m rth said d ia t as theagencyi
ships faced bv Morm
T h e T i mt i ee s - N e w s
^ofM orm onpiosuit a n aI w o u ld have no
1 9 th centu-__^ e aacen^dantof
traveled th ere In the :19:
ry: including a videos ei^lalning
ei
:e c o m m e n t '
—
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ticers h e w as 'offended
‘o
r
in
a l l e a d e r s
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agendo, f i^ tin g ^ b a lw a n ^n ir
l e a d e r s t a k e a as s t a n d ,
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■rfiere
m o re th a n 100 leaders we
were leaders say w as unprec
recedented
sciieduled to discuss issuing
;p u row ater
ling a
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* survey o f 2.032
o l.playw atch cable th a n bbn
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j
schools, pears to} lose
t
attendon b cca u sc.
mlly Founda- public a n d private
pi
)ut w ith
The Kaiser Famll
Ing sport.s o r h anging out
ro m October 2003 oftdevlsl
M: conducted fron
Islon:homcwork.Young
lio n rep o rt. ."Gsneration
em
frlcndSt television is aI nearly
ni
XM. The quesdon- ; peoplew
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o f a - t o 18to March 2004.
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w lho watch d ie m ost Id constant com panion.
naires aboutt m
media use. filled evlslonsp
spend 1 9fcw crm lnutes
Year-Olds," fo uidn d th a t on a
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atc
rily In dassroom s, perdayo:
h lrd s (69 p e ro ut voluntarily
'o n f tth e s tu d y s a ld .
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. typical day. tw o-thlr
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lie. whlcri is
w ereanonym
nooiu s and analyzed , W hllcc
5 cable prem ium scrvice
rh en l'm
cent) w atch cable,
o fth e time I w atch TV whcr
e Kaiser Family a n d VCRs
by staff a t th
the
Rs an d EJVD pliwers a re
u n regubted by thice federal
f
doing my hom ew ork."“ W hen
n d researcheis a t available
Jc to m ost children,
w atches en unent, w hile less th a n h a lf Foundation aanc
she's taking a baith. sh e wati
liversity. "rhe m ar- there arc
ire distinct dilTcrcnces
:ld DVD
(49 percent) w atc* broadcast, Suuiford Univci
movies o n h e r hand-held
1
ires represent ^ o f error w
wa5
as plus o r m inus am o n g: chlldrcn
c
o f different
to ile
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id n ot draw a ny com es to
tc tdevlslon use a n d
h o a re
1999. the last d nmee Kaiser rce n ts o r tca c h c rs who
n'ssm edia use, conclusions: ooin how m edia computei
ters. Ladnos a n d black
ported on children’
familiar wllh th e m ediaa sea
sc In
lg" o r cable use of- Americar
ignUlcant for
"multi-tasking"
ons sp end m o rc lim e
ally. I ^ *
a n d could b e sign
w hich d iild ren swim daily,
fects chlldrcn.
lg TV than white chil*
! it Although they watching
sp ile th e lu re o f comip
puu ters, those co n ccm ed aabbo u t th e in/crage, three hours
drcn, the
spend. o n avera
le study found. But they
deccncy debate,
Intem et and video gam;c-capae-c
Ites a day watching have less
Ing m orc a n d
an d S I m inutes
!ss Internet access. Alion sdll
"Kids arc packing
ble cell phones, television
I study found though four
3s. the
f(
o u t o f five w hite
m ore m ed ia intoto th e sam e TV and videos.
rules m ost children’s m ed ia
n ca n tap In to th cW cb at
ion betw een TV chlldrcnc
iTo correlation
am o u n t o f tim!."
e," a b o u t 44
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activity
o
r
hom
e,
61percentof black chil51
Jia use, h o u rs a w eek, said
sal Kaiser's vicv/lngandphj
port o n children's m edia
th d r reported
gi
id 67 pcrccnt o f Latino
d grades
In schooL
dren and
lay. th e Vicky Rldeotit. w hloo d<1iiectedthc
released o n W ednesday,
le a n .
n s they're exEven th e 20
20 pcrccnt w ho chlldrcnc
m ers o f
stutfy. T h a t m eans
m ost avid yoim g consumei
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li is a
d jp la c a
BERLIN
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th e liistorical plocc, a sacred
B
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ly Ith ^ io h a v c a m e tn o rla L
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w
v aattd ie d Interstice b e tw e;ee n
loy. • butw hatbodicrssom eGGerman
c
free
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n ore d ian 15 y ^ a lter th e loll
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c n s ld v c '
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o)ff th
t e Berlin
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.
memorial:
d
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ilL
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ly.
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AVlexandra
lo
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rlin Clw
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ot
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eu
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a
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an t com parc the victim s o f die
woe
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:tim s of
lots
Ing Holocaust widi die victii
ots n ear die famous crossing
poll
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viet
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i e t sectors of Berlin.
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Each
o f die 8-foot w o o dleenn tio n a l but (dtc paralld)I) IsstiU
cro:
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n d there." he sdd.
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om etim es dieplcturc o f somnccone
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le e RuggcsUon.
Easi
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e
iast Germany. M any o f th ec m
wrare
er killed hying to g o over,
ocation.
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stigatca
und
inder o r d iro ii^ die w a ll Oth
di-- H ow vid o u sto tiy to in stii
ans and
i s died trying lo malcc thleir
d r dispute between Germ an
Jews." she sdd.
scape elsewhere.
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die
But proximity to th e :Holoh e only
ow caust m em orid Is n ot the
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mnci
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ip som e sort of suitable m em1o*
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e
of
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e property reverted to th
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n
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3 b y he r
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lerlin becam e a garb aggec- um was founded ii) 19631
late husband. R d n c r H
1 ildcstrei
trew n wasteland.
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E
sty b ro n d t A tireless c a mppd g n e r
ted
UkF
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d against East G erm anyss com dc- m unist
regime.
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tie site from d ie b ank a n d dcost year,
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Chicago •Wbuna
Japan erembraces inew geneioration of’robots 2
That receptionist
ist
man
may not be iium£
uSiMWi
. . . . 1
rS ti
N
T he W ashington P o st
—
TOKYO — Ms. Saya, a pperky
receptionist in a sm art can
yellow suit, b e a m e d a si
fh)m behind th e "May I11H d p
offering
1
You?" sign o n h e r desk, olfe
greetings an d ansM-cring qi
tions posed by visitors a ft a T
1 o^
1 1"
university But w hen sh e failed
fs
m w
to w clcom e a w orkm an
' ho
rofessor
h a d ju st walked by. a profe
Idlshed
storm ed up to Sa)Q an d dls
o ut a h a n h repiimoncL
“You're so stupid!" said th e
>ayashl.
professor. H iroshi Kobays
towering over h e r desk,
"Eh?" she responded, her face
wrinkling Into a scowL "I
you. I a m not stupid!"
T h ith Is. Saya Isn’t ec ven
hum an. But in a coun tiyy w
wiherc
he w ay
robots ore changing tne
people live. work, play annddeven
e
_ -love, th a t doesn't stop Saya tho
m d ecyber-receptionist from
en whofending herself from m en
\
are o ut o f line. W iih voicejrccogrw
nition technology allowing
«hl, her Inventor, a t th e Tokyo Uni
^"8 700 Cyber-«ceirtIonl8tM«
M s. Saya g re e ts NIroihl Kobayashl,
JnlversKy of Sdence.
verbal responses and a n ain
’ th e professor cautions.
■Shohaiatom per/th
Infinite num ber o f facia] exp
sions from jo y to desp
ational in sd u te In ans;vcr In moving to crcate a
before at th e
NEDO. th e natlo
la\Pnot
surprise to rage, Saya may
srdinadng sd cn cc line o f w
v orker robots w ith
Just
charge o f coordi
2005 Worid Expo opening
op
be biological — b u t sh e“ tJ
Is S S
research aidn d dcveropm ent. human-lili
like hands able to per*
outside th e d w o)ff INagoya o n
body’s fooL
430-acrc
site.
"People arc and
and will be living form mu
tiultiple sophlsdcated
u
,
March
25.
At
th
e
43<
"I alm ost feel like she's a
o lo n ^ id e robo
)bot9. w hich ore
tasks,
15 million visitors oa rc
r expected
person," said Kobayashl, ah
se eh n e rea sm
o r lhan Just m anore
With Japanest;
Ja)
youdi shyinz
tom lngle\vithsomle
e«o fth e m o st
s o d a te professor at th e•Thkvo
Tb
examples o f chlncs. T his Is
is all
a! about AI’ — from so-ca
called 3-K lobs — reTerUniversity of S d e n c e an d Sa
Ulgence, Abe said ring to die
thi Japanese vrords for
I Intelligence,
artificial Intelllgt
inventor. Having worked at
realre
— "about th eicrcationofsom
ere
elabor that
at b dirty, d a n ^ u s o r
m any of w hich are
J ac ty o n
university for alm ost tw o. yi
thum an.butcan
physically
linayear.
thing that Is nlO
o t!
now, she's a n o ld h an d aatf h S saleorw U Ibew ithin
In four lanbe a complemei
m ent o r com pan- nadon's sc
Greeting visitorss ii
job. "She has a tem p er ....
ns bl
In g th e m to
Ion to hum ans
1 sodety. 'ITiat miardcom
she som etim es m akes mlsm
lening here now."
line o f rob
dnatlons will
futurc is happen]
Dbo-cop4 The guard roespecially w h en she h as low
le version o f which is
>loying a measure, bots, one
While employ
b e M itsu b ish i H ea ,vy
v y Industries’
ergy." th e professor s a id
tology. m any such ' already bd
obot. Waka*
of new technolo
&dng used by a dlent In
SSI is ig n
V '" " " '
Saya’s wrath Is the latest
visioned merely as southem1 Japan,
J
robots arc envlsli
can detect and
m a n i. A d o o ft h
1 u m an o id
o f the rise o f th e ro b o t Anal
Toyota a n d
new interfaces
• m ore user- thwart int
cs —
intruden using sensors
robots by Sony, Tt
say Japan is leading th e m r l
m s of combining andpaintg
dandng and
friendly m eans
itgm is.Thcycandsoput
iiinn o f H onda will b e dar
FoU^g o u t a n e w gcnerailoi
ar
u tru m en ts a t
exisdng waysi ooff accessing th e out fires andspotw
aterleaks.
•
s
d
e
n
Plajing
m
usical
Insu
consum er robots. Som e sc
aching loved ones
Itlsp ccrhaps
il
iioiw Parents
Intem et o r reach
no surprise d ia t
■
_ th e opening cercmoi
tists are calling th e >vav
)hone networks.------ robots-wwtould-find thoir-flrst
Id - ^ 0 -can - through c d l phoi
--------technologlcalTorcc’ polscc:
t for a rd fid a lln td - m ajor foot
:n In th e carc
' In tncquestfoi
lodiold in Japan. Japanchange hum an lifestyles tr
liter — NEC's llgence, tho United
Ur
•States is esc dollss and
t
toys, tnduding a
r a d lc ^ y than th e advent of
a
-ccognizeslnperhaps ju st: as
as advanced ;is m ovlns crab
using dockwroik
co m p u tero r th e cell phone.
I’s ’sfaces a n d
Japam But anal]
)gv dating to d ie leoos,
nalysts stress diat tcchnolo?
^ ao'w a v
diU d ren
T hough perhaps years
e United States are consld
b yyccllp h o n c
the focus In th
the
sfdcrcd by som e to be
Is longc a n n o d fy p aren tsb
in th e United States, this
lo
^tyonm
thi flret robots. Radier
icy.
has been largely
I lU taryap- among the
,
incaseotem ergency;
aw aited. as-seen*on-TV wi
:
plications. 3yBycontrast, tn e dum th e monstrous
Ibrm lnat o o n d t o l a y : aa w
i h e d c h a ir
— tW nk “The Jetsons" o r -B
"Blla d e
droloycd by
apaneso govern)
em m e n t academ - torsofAm
meilcan movies, robots
R unner" — is already unfolc
sfu ta k y u sh u
c bistim tlons
)n s a n d m ajor here arc Instead
Ir
seen a s gende,
in Japan, with robots now u
tiy navigates ■ corporations arc
are investing oil- even Ideal
iallsdc a e atu rcs cpltoa s leceptlorilsts, n i ^ t wai
ars o n consum er
m lzcd by
lions o f dollars
jy Astioboy, tho 1960s
!iS e ‘" ^ £ C " a Sn5d sidewalks
m en, hospital workers, guli
1aat
t altering every- Japanesee cartoon
c
sldonlng a n d
robots a im ed
aoout an de cpets a n d morc. 'The on slau ^
ling to a n earlier tronickld'
chip system,
day life, leading
d w ld ia b lg h e a rt '
new robots led th e govcmni
It m
‘In Wes
o rs
rs c an enter dawn o f w hat
n any here call
I n I ™ e .B q ) 0 v isito
fcstem countries, h u last m o n th to establish a a
m anold robots
ro
th e 'a g e o fthce ro b o t
are sdll n ot very
a r o b o tr o o m — a mm(o rcdistant
m lttec to d raw u p sa
K)dc rush In Japan accepted,]
ire w herc by
B uttherobotli
iiS S
vision of th e future
A d e lin e s for th e kecplngol
by unique saldN orlh
o w ord
is also b eing driven
dri
fflcS . 2020 m e r d y s piking
^
Dots in h o m es a n d ooflli
Is. Confrondng
a
d ie ATR
I oipen th e resodetal needs.
'
1 Intelligent Robotics
j_ fro m y o u rso faw illo
O m dols com piled a icpor
lulation problem an d Comn
Iltnving your
m ajor d ep opuk
nmunlctttiohLoborato-.
. frlgerator door. aa<r
January predicting lh a tt Gverv
e\
on) low b lrduate ries in Ke
sistant to dedue to a rccord
Kelhannd Sdence City
household in Japan wiQ oowi
w nS:
e ra g c o fy o u r
and Its statusas
a sth
t e M d o n widi__ nearKyotc
310. "One reason Is reli*
least o n e ro bot by.2015. |
Ifesboih o n Earth,
^ o n . h~Jap'ahc3c‘
Ih
.
the IbngesI'Ufes
(Shtatd)
haps sooner.
c m
: believe th a t all
led th e point Japanese a re
f td n g a b o u t rcligion,. we
•nm ent
reached
S clen tlsu a n d govemm
brcakwho will staffrth
thie factory floors tliln ra lulave
n gods w idiln diem ,
H 2?ons ^
o f ® " najor
“ J
authorities have dubbed
I’ss second-largest
B u tm W/cstcm
«
is e o f ro bot o f th e w orld’
i
through in th e use
countries, m ost
th e unofficial "year of
e years ahead, people b>cllevclnonlyoneGo<L
d
the
,,
technology a n d olur
u r sodety Is econom y In th
robot," with h u m an s sct to
u t’s biggest a u - For us, however,
hi
result," said
Tbyou. Japan’s
a robot can
teract w ith th e ir clectrc
er
co r c up widi one hove o n energy
all Its own.’
S ^ W “ a“ to>pT offldal a t to m ak cr.h iucom
H H | trhousands commemora
c
ate
jjr ipH
£
leathofHai]
imas leader
c m : Gaza Strip (AP)—
'GGAZA
i
Thoi
housands of Hamas su p p oIrtrtrs
com m em orated
tlic
' ers
nrdversary o f d id r lea d er's
rfeat
eadi in an Israeli alistiike. w id
idii r o M C f f W h v K i P
~'5cnli
m lo r mfiltanis flanked b y gunm -' l » | B 5 s 2 S i 2 S 7 E S S
bvd
mic
enn telling an exuberant crow
d
F riday
rid
th a t violent rcsisto nice
cc
^01
111 resum e If Israd d o e s nlot
ot
lc*
gree lo their cease-flre dc*
mlands.
an
cd
A few hours eariler. m asked
ad
unm en from Islam ic Jihad
iza
iigcd a pro-Syrian rally In Gaza
1^, burning u ra d i a n d Ameri*
!ri*
in flags.
.The.displays of defiance vvere
:ark reminders o f d ie to u ggh
h
}ad ahead for I ^ e s tln loan
n
a d e r Mahmoud /d)bas, w ho
u res of
^ a n ts to rein in violent fa c tiomn s. Palestinian glrli hold plctun
nd a renew a peace process
^
tho late Hanuu splrttual tea
ead e r
1th Israel diat could le a d to a
Sheik Ahmed Yauin during
g aI
alestlnlan state.
c d rally to mark the flrat onnlvi
lIve^
tiead \lld i plans to 'w ith d raaw
w
aary of his death In an larae
'aell
o m die Gaza Strip an d p a r ts■of
o f ai™ tilke,ln(!anClly, 0 iiRI
FHday.
le West Bank dlls sum m er, w itii
idi
•cfensc Minister Shaid Mofaz
iaz draw d fro m P d estln la n dties.
dt
pprovlng a shortened tlm10
c-H am oslscm etglngasat
a m ajor
^
am efo r the puHout In a n effort
Ort force in Palestinian poUdca
C3.Wldl
" jj
) hinder Jewish extremists b ejnt
n t m any members of Abbas’!ruling
' n disrupting die puilout. ofSffl-. , Fatah movement fcarinj
o l s s a li ------------------ :
"
group co d d sweep July p t f
jt.
The wididrawol from th e Gaza
1^
m cntarydections.
trip a n d four West B ^ setticleZ ahar s d d H am as w ould
icnts — inldoUy cxpccted to
to soon m ake a decision ab
o out
^ ike diree m onths— will begin
w hether to run in th e Jufy
fy d e c*
IJuly an d take between d iie e to tion. M oliammed Ghazal,
ila to p
lur weeks to complete, d ie ofliIB- Ham as pollticd leader Ir
In the
ols sold on c o n d itio n oo ff West Bank, sd d h e expect
x ts the
nnnr
lonymlty.
dedslon to be announced
e d S a tq
Oin d ie annlversoiy o f H am^as urday.
. qJlritual
m
leader Sheik A h m eod
d
Abbas Is under intense
se U S
issln’s killing Hamas' to p ofHE* and Israeli pressure to crusl
tsh milal in Gaza, M ahm oud Zahar, Imnts who have b een w ag
aging a
u,id
lid about 7,000 supporters hh ee btoody suidde bom bing i
^voul
ouldpartlcipatc in next w eek’
s paign ogalnst Isra e l Abbas
k^3
A
cgaj,
aiso-Ilre talks In & y p t " b u t wc
■vc Insusad lios been trying: K
to co-e n o t optimistic ^ u t th e out*
Jt* op td iem o n d n d ld o w n ala
ilosting
jme."
(
n could
-o paticncc with d ie cease* truce, fearing a crackdown
"Our
«c- lead tolm em dfiditing,
Qrc
fciwin not m o n forovcn The
he
A chonge in leadeiBhlp
Ip after
Qfy,,
x u p a d o n »rccs will re sp o n d
dieN ov.IIdeadiofY ttsscr/
r Arafat
q, r
>nn
oy
st-— and-reccnt-luU In-vtolenci
ice-fol---------, j uice
^ will condnuc,’ Z ahar salcL
1
lowing a tmcc tinnouiu»d
cd a t a
Hi
{Kamos
is demanding a n e nwd Feb. 8 summit In d ie Egyj
(qI assossinotlons
sa
of its leaders,
IS. resort of Sharm d-Shcik
K S
(ju:
i
LC retum
o f Qdlcd Palestinian
an opcnedararew indow ofoi
opporniUlt
lUltants fiom abroad, th e rc*
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1-1200 Montana
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1100 Main St.
24 Customer.
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tunity in this growscam
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1823 Bluo Lake* N.
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PO B oxS4a
Twin Falls, Idaho
S3303-0548
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124, 2 up root 5200. JD 218
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knives & knottor
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$3500. BrIlllon 16, S G m llo .!
2865.
worke good. $500.
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roller harrow, $3500.
S300. 2QSTrailer for pipe, $250.
Tako both - $6500.
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JD 224B alX ports,
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puppies, 6
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3,500 hours. JD 331 '■ hrs,. 149x46 tires dual.
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drill on rubber, S4G
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gator, gage wheals,
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p ia n o s ia c k( eBaldwin
a
f^tuzzi
•raglwoa n . nowcondt, off white $700
Cau 206-733-391
1^225^
Mth. Dining sat PIANO Wurlitzor
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w « rfu
chaira & Hutch
e t. oxc. condl
lo washed oak
2 6 - 3 0 y o ars
a r s old .
•ss-gsee.*
0. black metal
boneh.Cell733-t
$600.1
cam
yinareat
doubl<
SJ i i ;
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$125.
d ra ta
b o :rd*;'„"l*a*M
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$175
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734-662-4965*
, $95.206-212-41
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cood«Jon.S250.81ngla
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A L FA L FA SE E D to p
quality fanner to fam h
' o r . d o llv o r o d a n y wtioro, rnany Q rauos.
dovors. Roy Odormott
2 0 8 -« ftS ^ ^ o r
1-«0041(M101.*
A LFA LFA SE E D to p
quality fa m o r lo farmo r . d o llv o r o d a n y *
wnore. many om ssos.
cJovofs.R oyOdomioft
208-«e5-5280or
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Ioafy. bam stored. 135
go
salaortrado.lOOfeet.
lb . 3 s t r i n g b a l e s .
Jl .000 er bast offor.
S9/ljalo. You pick op.
Call206-543-2670.v
Call20S-324-714fl.*
STR A W sm a ll b o l e s . . . ^ Vehiciea-Bldff.
matcrials-Tools- '55
a n y q u a n t l l y . C a ll ----Chovy pkd(up& more.
208-734-50S3.-_____
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tHTfHihT
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model.
13x40,19866 m
axconontcond.,
r»d., 66mo
tools. $ 1,2000 or
01 best
j I Sg S^ p O W NS
Offer. 206-686-21
..........
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OREDQE Keene
K IS s
tion w/3* tube
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.
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$3,000. Sollln
rct,10,2OQ5.
$1.200. CaJS43^
lebrating 5 0
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Ceieb
S S -5 5 ■
e a rs In on e
materlals-Tools
yeai
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locatio
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to
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now l 8 X 8 , c o v e r,
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great
cond., S1SOO.
no<
732-6463
or 306-2698.*
gro
732
HAGERMAN PasluroT
20 plus ocros, cows or
hcrsos. 866-782-7007
or 307-7a0-e080.‘
cOH
outers from $165.00.
lertt 208-732-0512.*
Call
put'
COMPUTERS Excellent refurbished com-
guns or
dvcrtlslng
any broken1gu
Advi
:oii 2 0 8 III!
flun ^ s . Call
JUIHoUon
8-73S-3222
436-6833 mcsi
208-7
^0^Bn\OQlcv»lty.eem-| WANTED
ft*3nOnM
= ^ H |S S m
Old gaa pumps 0
I
, atatlon Item
Top money/paid.
pai
Tony 206-866-02
6-0274,*
R | N~Q
Q 11/ 4 c a r a“t WANTED 2 axel
oxc car
dlamonc
botwoon
lond ring, sizo 9.
carrier. 6 ft. bet
$375.Coll
Ce 734-0027.*
fondora. holl
11130003
t
' 4000 lbs. lowvcloara'ndo
3632.*
CO. Call 733-363:
WANTED 6 0 'snmnrinl
travel trailer, bunk
*-fi rnn
A1 ROT
3TO TILLIN O
modol. 19-24'ft
Ujjoting, blade
539-9070or93404-4760.'
Corrugi
work, fa
I, „ - n iho'T erM 'aSi'c WANTED A iU tr
Anywho
V o ? Ji
/■ 220 8-326^1*
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ValleyRIDING
L
® 1-AWN
MOW- 0296 loavo moss
lossago.*
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ller^'sToo’oach! WANTED o l1dmilitary
^
rolotiller
ilform s.
■33-5348,*
m edals, unlfo
Call 733insignia, docom
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TREES
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(33.1691*
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k vowel
30 G reek'
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ery section
37 G rocer
734-1635.
39
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of
Shaw Land & Livostock
: of little
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309-731-2017.*
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p h o n e c a lls n
733-0931 ext. 2 or
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5
person
spa.
calendx
show’ host
h
o r ty w ith d r y la n d
koT
Good cond., $4,300
andt Ore r . ?
\
pasture. Available for
6 4 N F L ggains
a
now
. Soil $ 1 ,0 0 0 /
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65 Exodus
offor.
Call 543-5159.*
Auction
Foreign or US.
951-780-6230.'
noi
JEROME 50 acros for
r e n t . N P C C w a to r.
W hool lin o s & solid
sot. Call 733-5423.‘
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lan’s
Star W arsrs
5 Laundry btbasket
6 Spiteful
7 Mexican 1ww ater
8 Day of
Atonementan t
9 Part of a »play
p
10 Shelf supp
PPort
11 Hawkeyee JS ta te
12 Puts on
9
13 New Age
singer
org.
18 Seniors'or
22 Hayes of1
'South Par»ark“
24 Kilmer o ff '^ e
Doors'
26 Plot of lane
ind
fabric
27 Crinkled fa
28 __ Hall
University*t y
d
.
29 Moorland
30 P assoverir rm eal
31 Betrayer
32 Woke up
}
33 Cried likee {a ca t
35 In a sad wi
way
37 Combread
ad
89
3/12/05>■
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Friday*!
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38 Sieved Into
pellets
41 AitiileryflreI
lece
42 Eccentric plec
44 Hit on the hea
lead
film
45 S ean PennIfilr
47 Melts
48 Salon
substances1
49
50
52
53
54
55
Greenish blue
Ladder part
Thoroughfare
Flaps
Sal's canal
Supplements,
with "out"
57 Tennis do-over
59 SHO rival
_________________
--------------------------ELECTRIC WHEEL
THATSCRAMBLEOWORDQ.
GAME
E|- RUPERT Sat. 9 am to 8
chair elevator, SO
C
(UttWon
byHenriArrtoMandUIkaAn
;0p
pm. ESTATE SALE;
fv
WANTED P a sture. 20
^
<>' lOfQOr. OXCOl- F ree zer, couches, • ,7
Unscmmblo
these
four
Jumbles,
a c r o s o r m o ro . C a ll
£
lonlconailfon.SI.OOC
^
kitchen table, pot and
^ letter to each square.
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one
2Q8-326-3679.k g
208-678-5581 .'
V • omOraetKl >
TUm
pans, lamps, chairs,
.n form
10
four ordlnajy words.
’ic,
drossors, bods. misc.
,m
WANTED pa stures for ^r s o ld m i/c o u c h &
LIFT CHAIR electric,
S'
b o t w o o n l O t o S O -----UO. ISO West Baseline Rd* I \ V E N O L
(oueseat In 1 d a y Bjoot cont)., light biuo,
ipairs. Top dollar paid.
I(han
*< lu (om y ad In
now. S300/ollor,
TWINFALLS
S43-562SorS3»4635.M208-35»-ia59.T h e T tm e s N e u J S
i T
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—
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Claaaifledar
£ --------U«U Smvvm. K.
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& more. Soo our ad
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T h 'S u sfrrV .
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busiV iass/n 77ie
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9
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Buslno&s &
B U M IE
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—
1/2 mile West of
L
Clastinad.ftwor«(al
Sorvlco DIrvclary
D
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00
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a c e skoloton
Grow your
stock^lstol grip, flash
tsh
Mon 5:30pm
800-656-3663
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2
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hidor. ososar15/mie
WANTED OldI ponory,
pO
. magg_ 2 ir^dudod. voty
FLU W O E I
IED a MATTRESS
o r0M7O-J449.*
^
_
WHAT THEY NEEtPEt
3jy ITWN FALLS
I
_
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T o find oot more’call
- King
~
size, m attress
i
pictures, lights,
c
ts. quills,
good condition. $750.
Moving Sale
1
T O LISTEN T O THJ
Classifieds O
BEE
brand now. S500/offor. k
A
•o. jowoiKnights Armament
n
I
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^
Satuntoy 8am-7,
. _
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P O O K O N TAPE.
208-733^931 ext 2
208-735-9086 nights
F ro o llo a t RAS,fof
NoEarlyBlrda
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or800-6S8-3e83‘ I
^ wookonds.’
&
liS iH illl
estaios. Call 208
• Of15/m1620.*
_
’My husband sold my
P
E M V O IT
1EOROOMSET:7PC. oJSzElXi
LLESSO.Freo
--— ^
QUN CABINET solid
Ud
house, so I refuse lo
«
Now
arrange tho drd o d k in
i
mors
Includes bed, night ' siandln
lin g e x o rc la o WANTED Pickup
iKup Doa
oak, holds 12 long
]
to form Iho surprlso answer,
er. as
stand, drossor with
bika $50.
$51 TV sta n d
f o r '4 9 - ’5 4 CChovy.
h
guns. Also pistol shefl
leS H ugo C h ris tm a s
.
^
■Buggostod by tho abovo can
artocn.
j
j
m
m irror, c h e a t. Still
$ 15 . Kitchen
Kite
table & G o o d c o n d .
4 drawer. Excellent
mt
coiiocUon,hundreds
boxod. Worth $4,000,
4 ctiairs
lira with rollers . canc«r.-206-787-2
07-2882.----- cond.. $400/offor. Call
loll
of Christmas oma.
Sacrifice $1,499. Con
S85.206
’O^B-731-9023.^ WANTED TO BU>
m e n ts. K itchen.
"A j ic X X X X X
208-544-2618.*
BUY----dolivor. 208-420635a* - -^
dinnofwaro.docor, • "
Hotior broke moro
MERCHANDISE
Sac
(Answoro Mor
londay)
OUNSHOW
and
some
furniture.
lEDROOM SET: Bed,
k
B yra. old, for bi
M arehl2th4i3th '
IN
FOYER
MORBID ENGI
:OUGH
■rtjsterday^ I
JOXI.N
3404 RIdgellne Or.
'fo
rails, dresser, mirror,
ISU Campus-Studonl
I Answer: .W^onl^
h tho Judge presided ovor iho longI trial.
tr
B IR T H D A Y
{Tom N on 3400 E.
n lg h ts ta n d . Now.
tali. AQHA. AF
Union Building
. ho - FOUND
FOI
rriRYING.
off
Falls
Avo,
go
novor
o
p
ened.
List
COUMER
lERCIAL
MEAT
Throughbrod.
S:
P H O T O S
S
Pocatoiio, ID. ,
towards
tho
conyoa
—
S899,
sacrlllce
$399.
SAW
S
Havo you forgotten to
Sat. 9-6 &Sun. 9-4‘
to
Hidden
Lakes
run
C
a
n
d
e
liv
e
r
.
C
a
ll
offor.
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pickup your birthday
«as
Sm
206-746-6555
rWIN FALLS Fri. &Sat.
C :
HONDA-02 CRF4S0
C
, Subdivision
203-420-6350,*
q q LF CART
Cfl
p h o to s ? W o h a v e
qq
;:analCo.
Admission $5,00* _
Eloctric, Salmon RlvorCani
)-2pm. Clothes, exor- ^ 9 0 1
low hours,
IstSLonthoUft)*
®'2|
poying $325-,
335 .
: hi
pony cart,
cai & minlluro
som o photos wo aro
joflNA HUTCH oxtra
else equipment, and
1208-625RugerM 77V T .223
su re you would want.
la r g e , c o m e s In 2
stageI coach.
cc
lotaofmisconanoous.
S1000.
Call 20^736-631
4165or208-73
731-9458.*
groy stainless stool ■ TWIN FALLS 2 (amity
ThOBO c an bo picked CHlf
483 Altalr Drive.*
plocoo. White Birch
^ 2 3 ^or431-239l.*
92
W A N T E D T' O
O IB U Y bull barrel, w/boovorLASI ’97 (oid-op HONDA *03 Mot
moving salo on 3-12.
fotro 49cc
op at mo Tho Tlmosw/stalnodDanishWa^ n u rc H
NC
Chorry wood.
1970 ’a era of
ot F
Fisher tail, laminate, stock,
sk,
7am-7. Fumlturo.
^rWIN FALLS Sot. 9-7 motorc
scooIoTTs OO
DO miles.
News Closstllod OopL’
n u t; h a n d m a d o .
olaM sholvos.
s^
lights
prico small playt
iloyhouso $500. Now In tho box
^
dothes, household
“Lawn (umlture,sholvos, fllalnbj
oxc. cond.,, S
$1,100.
S900/Oflor. 737-4636.*
JpTlocf
ockablo, $300.
ond/or smallI wo
toys, dothes, movios, go), onl]
woodon
Call 208-934-8320.*
Horns,
bebyocsocsofka
3-5794.*
)ININGTABLEwood+
Call20808-326-5670.*
pooplo. 324-212:
toolfr, poreh swing & 100 mp
i m T o S '1 3 4
“
]Ql
&furniture &more
SPRINGFIELD modol
picnic tablo.
mllos.
DS. $1900 now HONDA'04 XI
XR250R,
6 chairs. Can seat up R jfWH0x50.2bdfm„
lO
w a n t e d TO
BU
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ag,
686 Addison*
)B
1911-A1,.45,2mag,
362Crsatview&
only$i
y $1,000. Call
1200 miios. e:
to 12 w/3 loaves.
oarthwo<
oxcoilont
woodstovo,oioc- vi-V O Dodge
igo Colt, . mint condition, $525,
206-63
- 636-2301.*
_condltIon.S3,7
),700.Can
S O IIIS 3 0 0 . C a ll
trtcrana<
ANTIQUE RECLINER
ngo, microwavo,— p ro (er2 d oorr
o r rM u s t- Qloek17,9mm.(3)17 TWIN FALLS Fri 9-11 . .. ' lOieSpatlta.*
>8;*
208-73&fl730.*
swamo
<
and camel back tnjnk.
^
,hi
S a t 9-1. Tons of boby 5rWIN
^ FALLS^turday HahCE?
ip cooler,
stack
mn. 208-466-t47
-4470.*
round m a g ., nighi
----------- Both p ieces a re (rom
|
m
ltoma.Allmustgol677
2
,
INVEmVRY
W / 0 ,n
and
Sunday,
March
12
-oi
Niohi
BUY Uvi eights, 6 months old,
lightraln, 76K, 88 KAWASAKI'S
'96 KOX
to rn of th o c e n tu ry . _ f i 2UaUIDAnON
}•'
P a ra d ls e P la o e
$ 3 5 0w0 /S l ^ C o l i WANTED TO BUI
S54Q.208-934-9059.*
&&13, 9 o.m. to 3 p.m, cubic :Tm
Inch, 1450 CC.
200 now clutc
jtch, dual
90-1058*
Spruce, I
S100 oach/oflor. Call
Slwplor Vfnos WHage
208-390injodod. security a tag o roods
d s ,r u n a
208-420-2605.'
I
640Addl$onAv9.
NOKJA
,CCI
lo.M I. 35651
te m , o x t r a 0 . good $1,400
10 or bost '
■•; S/m
iail. Cali ^ a2 B . ^ S S D 9
206-733-8737.*
SOO/offor Call' offer. Call 732J2-5780.*
6 / _____
TWIN FALLS Mordi 11 RTWIN
v
A m iQ U E S
s4
FALLS Satur-I
r s K
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'
UNO PILLOW TOP
occossor
01 KX6S.
Indoor Filer
___^
day,
y—
_
thm Mareh 13 9<}.
I Mareh 1 2onlyi
a t s r D lg lC a p I WANTED TOE
$239, m attress and
M onate
!^V bIv'lb-36N
BASE8AU BATTING
.$1,450/
8aa m - 1 2 :3 0 p m .
Flea Market
kbox
in act. Novor used.
40
Large country sale.'
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200
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XL
offer
431
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1819 oveMULTI-FAMILY
M 1200
lot.
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2
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warmnty. Con
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kS567.*
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o tT P Fairgrounds.
box 206-42&63SO.*
deliver
CaU2060»404-2341.*
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SALE for the
Cai
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Pac
woodstovo,6ft.8lldo
V
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bo in mnninj
’ro Junior,
IATTRES8
King
size.
TORTOIS
U‘10
Boyt Rapid RBHBaI
In campor, riding lawn
^
Mar 13th lOanMpm
dolla to m by S o lo c t
!iSluy
DUCK DECOYS 25,
Idsolcatatortoiscondition. Will
p
ondlllon,
sy
mo.oldni
B« o e e a r Taam .
blko, $
mower, push mowor,
Now dealers wanted
00.
good cond., $85. Shot
450. 6 ft. motel
optoSSOO.
432-6281*
C o m fo rt. C la s e lc
os, S45C
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will bo tots to
c 0 n'idm11o n . ° c .° M
some tools, mobile
r
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syi
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sh e ll r e lo a d e r. 20
0 light
aystem
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series
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oroat
cond.
fialldo
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chooso
from such
206-734734-3968.*
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tJ
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. co
20
homeaxols,pid(up
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a
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.
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600,
Itwateraquarium w a n t e d t r a i
S400.Cair736-7416.*
forsaftwi
aa
I'i*
tool box, anliquo salt
X blankets, doihea, HnTJBTi
jto. 2WD,
now, $80.324-7555.*
anllquosto
serl
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t o y s , b lk e e a nd
L.
&popper shakers
oarage salo Homo*
, ia
540
. s' h a p e
ttressset;
S S ' s U*
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good condition
tc haul GOLF CART EZ-QO
much
much more.
full Orthopedic, $99.
30
coiiocllon,2 ca>s.nk»
„
M
wrtroiior & ran
amp. Call
JO. Coll
wilh or Without traUor,
B A S E B A L L C A R D ^ 1Jrandnow.Condolivor
3^
Blue cattlo. $4000.
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Ba
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:or,
womans clothing from
30889.*
« 2 0 e l^ l^
Brod206-733^
SaftorS.*
excellent condition.
10 0 s a lt A p o p p o r
full208-420-6350.*
» , 25', 12 yoars 206-686-2943
aft
seel Help support
Spruce.
)n.
Joans to professions),
73^6884 or 2fl(K)419.*
iS 'W
POLARIS'02!
2 Sportsa h a k o r s . 75 c o o k lo
Brar
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9.*
rogistenrfgoj^ng
j
w a n t e d usTd^
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m an 500H1C0 , 1 6 5
|aro. 208-436-3670.'
____;
7530 b etw een
.,q.
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SEISOO,
Ited
pipo.
GOLF
CLUBS
full
sei
m attross so t. Conen pu
^at bluo
panels,
miles, 23.6 hou
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w/royal
I
m IS m S o.
'
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of Irons. 3-SW. Irons
_________
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(onnatobody.NewIn
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plaallo. u a l $1460 W A 8H
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S4.800.206-6{
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— lii ' II
iii-J ■ cassottt
graphlto shafts. & aro
Sacriflco $469. Call
Whirlpo
W56.*
10 control,
exc.
or208-420-60i
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c
M w H
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420-6350 Can deUvaf*
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3
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38,000
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great
$
100
.
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.,$ 1 0 0 . Lawn « = ---------------M ACHINE com m or- J heavy
f?
ged
&
covorod.
duty glass
r$5a42l>0012.*
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20^404-9064.*
clal. 2 h e ad, S3.000. PAT
6. Con 7334640*
I
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6 chaira, $l80/offor. i ' ™ *
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itor)
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Call
% ~ A
I RECREATtOHAL
4659 o r 734-7476.*
6 cl
Deor.ElK&Mooso.
- $ i 7 ^ ‘i1995
%
tUEEN PILLOWTOP
I pay best prices.
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Jes
1
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all m attrosa and
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Caiia»-604-1001.*
2
0
8
^
9
3
4
6
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box s e t brand new,
» C I .U II 1
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o d. naw
SSOO/otTer. W in d o w
$12
Factory
warranty. Can
~
R E U Y FO R U F E
SERVICE
A C , $ 5 0 . C a ll 2 0 8 box
- p a in t, n e w
f ss e als,
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,
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DIRECTORY
,
.
737-0040.*
Fac
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k IIM ta CalI208-280^
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NEWS
8tCuvM690Blua
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$125. Electric S to v * RECI
businessea that can
Li
LakeaBIvd.0A 8 at,
$ 100. W a th e r/D ry o r
$12 Can 737-0658.*
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•
$100.
t t p s yvtoreadthe
tt
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s o t . $ 1 5 0 .C a ll
bed
F leaU arkat
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UNITwood,
fine
7 a m to ip m
to , “ r "
WILL
“ 208-733-9174.* ~ ~
$10
1A /I C
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6 ft. ISO. e n ta ru in aothing, toys, eman ' A d v s r U s s I n
i n iX
x EVERY
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W A S H E R A D R Y E R 8HEI
atTPFairgreunda.
C l a s s i f ilee iU b
furniture and much.
m ao!im n.w ood,eft,
r-itiv
eot$175or8o ll»opaN
6 ft.
ui
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much morol* ^t h e S e r v i c e
ad
luatablashelve^.
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n eed
y i S W
a t o . R o f r ig . $ 1 0 0 .
nw
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$7S.206-73M730*
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tha beBH
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wood, brand now. atui nm1ev20
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; s s i s j for. Exc.
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'
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W A S H ER , K onm oro. HinUbox.
E Iiat $699. San “ " " J i!" » e 7 7 - w «
i
fish tank, tible, chaira.
c 733-0931
0 0 firm.
antiques
to
----- $ 80; fr#««r, uprloht.
woo
1249. C an d a l l w a r . ______
word procaaior, dog'
' e x t 2 B-6328.*
I ^^^ g ara g au jjR aro v
$125:stOY *,40‘ w1do.
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■
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oi
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nV
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'6S8*3883ext.2
- maglivalley,m
on
SUZUN
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*01 YZ 125. YAMAHA '03 PW Sl
YAMAHA'0 3 YZ450F.
exccoi
:cor>d.,lnd.acce*lesd^dwiti
with M traa/ like brand new, $90
»®?®Exc. condition. $4200
ies, low. low mUe*.
Runs great
sat. S2.295/
Call 206432-5261.*
firm. Call 3264767.*
200A:ner. 356-1666’
offer. C ill
a ll:208"731* vTiiX uT^fiTuTTa
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.
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6
400
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*03 FZ1 996
owner, liko new. 6.4{
VAMA»
flirt A tion wtth wench. Uke
itely
cc street: bike.
bil 3.400
miles, windshield
400,
a overhauled,
now
l
$
5
,
7
0
0
.
Call
300. 206-4364694 miles, sllvei
Iver, S5.GOO saddle bags. Priced i
Platel!
0 8 5 ..
206-316-2TO3.*
>s.wcel 312-2690.* CaH208-639
5394941.*
$6.20a:^73S838S
$4,300
w ea.o
I >j
■.runs
24V POLARIS W X lI.n
ITASCA'00
0 0 Spirt
!
offer.
Class C motorhome,
mo
greatl $l.300/oll
32.’
j a a bath, AC,
Call 20642^0782.
Rear bed
awning. AM/FM
AM
cas- P O L A R IS '9 7 550 0 ;
s o tle , W
tr
6 680 •
^ ‘'’12525,®
RMK.Polarl*-96<
quality. Now
dean '
RMX- Both aro d<
1'668-343-e
■3<203 dir.
m a c h in e s . Ea
■ ach
jA ^ c o M ^Q
l le '3 0 '
;
S180fl/offor. Call11 Ken
t
rsuplrsU diat 206-539-2405.’
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o u t . b uJ n ki h o u s o PO LA R IS'02R P
m o d o l . r ori o f A C .
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9156. .
awning, microwavo.
mh
exc. cond.. loadi
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no.fiberglass
M u st s e e I C
: :(a i i ;
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rO BEyln,«s»15 S J ' s zS2f.750.Ca(I
l
208431-9164.’
SKHXK? t a 800.r is1 T
IEME'03 31' - Inch track. 320 mil
KIT EXTHEM
n iio s .:
2WJ-324-564S.’
-3;
Sth w h ot eo l . luxury
cover. 54,600 fir
f i r m ..
lido-out, ono
Can 208-734-1009.
» .’
S r w ^ '*“ ) “ ' ' t t ; a k H io o iM R e rvsi o o ;
roof AC. ■n
heaS 9 ^ 7 R ^
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and moro. l
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1-666-346-61
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porsot
rson). Indudas cov-
and Irallor. Stored
loors. low hours,
l , "vice
S records ovall*
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lo. SS.OOO for all.
M7e.5089»,ii..RCURY'87boot
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m otoi
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'ners, iowhours,
M/offer. 324-6945.’
p
FIBER
FORM 7 1 J « lt
In tim e f o r f is h in g !
R uns g rea t. $ 1 ,500/
offer, t a l l a fto r 4:30
404-2126 Todd.’
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BUSINESS
'
S E R V rC E
T W IN F A L L S
PLA N R O O M
.^ n ttn ic tjo n .
Cew
o rconstnjction
and remodels.
Newi
•rmEttSimtttl
and
Frm
20 S-
—
iN S n U d H W
_ Iccw g
eroi# to Cabinets.
oflng&Palntlng.
iwConstiuaion.
imodeis,AddtSor»,
Jobs lobW for all
coftstiuctlon.
Blueprint coplM.
7344>LAN(7526)*
N eatci
304-yn
^
Jtff,
SOS-
I
I j B A N Dl Yy B M i v I
a r^ jo b
at a budget
taetprtol
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drvwall
a
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a m u*moro.
^n
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5 o ] f l A W i 7 c A R B | [jR
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rs
SaleeilftstallaJJon
Sprtnklers, landscape
;*P?
design a in sta ll^
n
FroeEstmatos
(208)73»5120.*
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KAW DK
SL C L B A
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J
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n
ler
&repair. Retainer
ttos.
i.
[43»
= !
_________________
IIA K D S O U O T O
New lawn preparation
Compost for sate.
G et your garden
raking, pru^ng!"
yard doan-up.
Froo Estimates.
Can 20»733^120.*
L
LAW N C ARE
r"
Spring d ean Up
Lawn Mowing
Spraying. Fertlllior,
Pestiddos
Sprtnklor Repair
0 *raldTbe*ner
733-2732/306^,*
lA W N C A R E
o ro ra x H o l
” » 0 ” 5 . ___
'
SAND AN D
GRA V EL
TAOLOCK
T R U C K IN G
WUI haul gravel,
sand, a nd rock,
Call 404-6269
B u tctio rJuU e.*
I
■
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I" S 5 V R A ( 5 b
P ro fe s a lo n a l
M aalc V a lley
L a w n C a re
TlmetoprDporo
S to r a g e
your town.
CaD a professional,
(BoWnaShllolnnl
7 3 M 7 6 aa flM a 6 *
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ARCTIC FOX *03
2
n c FOX -04. B ft.
6 .0 L Very
w equipmiles, llko
Travel Trailer. New
Ne
camnpor.
p( loadod. llko
ped. low1 m
Ilde
1,995. Call V
condllion. 2 sllfl
>v..:S1S.000.Call
new. $43.99
now
xJel.
206-73
6203.
dir.’
outs.
Doluxo
Mod(
1-731-1006.’
666-343-620
irlor.
v,A
0'“ < extoric
c i f A\TION
fi
New truck MONACO.*01
om .
TV. scroon roor
compo
npors, 3 IflfL Somo dbl.slldo.40
Ota Nothing to buy.
bu
illdos. fiberglass
ISLCummini
rue/i
$32,000 now. «u<
J wails w/aluminum 33.700 ml B
m or* a r e a d yYto
I
islrucllon, 4 sea- a l cottcfil $'
c onsir
SW.
scampor-extromely 206-646-839
S 1h1built. Were over q V i p b »a a
525.00
loubfo^iPdo^ CARRl LITE -ea zTn.
24
a t$ i
vavo.
5lhwtiool,mterowa'
o u t.w a aah
h (o r/d ry o r
i- e e68-343^03.dlr.
ssated tanks.
AC. sloops six. groat
on
k in g
LEER
c
condition. AskI
R camper
shell to
ro o f A C: . aaw n l n a ,
-306fit 99-'04
•99.' Ford F-250/o SIS 750
$6000. Call 208-3C
microwavo.
302.*
2102or206«»-230
F.3501
50 short bods. Exc.
1-666'346-6(
rnnrf..
IL. 2
B A L E H ' 0o1T 2 e ’ sth
Call
20
l208-»G«ae3.
iuoer slide*
Slides, exc. cond.... ulots
500.
0'
St8.5C
ITHLANO '03 9.5
out. roof AC o 3 a
NORTH
Jo S 1 4 7 S0
C a l l f o r d e t aQl ila
Truck
ck camper, flljor- microwavo.
. 208-3124135.’
1-886-346'6(
=1,“SB;^extoHor, slide. , e; r| „- = ' o i S ' l S h a s t a ■gT
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U „ d j « ^ ^ 89
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s i .'3S. k
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&
Shrub
Removal,
al.
jrtroeeet-upor
im
p
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v
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H agennan
a
.w ith
■u ^ tid e .
AJifypeshom
tome repair
Trimming. Pavers,
u s,
p B ^ a s a a ia a a a s a ^ L
s ic DURrrr
B
6 ft. overshape. AC. r
Valley B u s in e s s
. Fo^fn
I oxc.
lOdoDng.
Retaining
Wans
CallCtwt
andremod
campor,
4 moro. Now
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ti
d condition, 4475/. 1-886<J43-6J
TILB
floodo
ysrate.
or
will
soli
sopara
iJ
homaowi
owner.
’Ouall^Notausmlty'
C a r r 's P a in tin g
IND '86 2T.-~ Can Ralph 733-957i
576,’
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SOUIHWTND
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2S j
25yeaiBOxponenco.
i
Spreadsheets.
WJ3H
linod
«»’'••• self contain
= =
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or 5390975.
w ith A C ia w n ln
Cm&B<37>9039.*
ling.
mm FAUS
HAHDYl
Business
C -------team.
| i ; ; 5 D s c « m[tfO
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16 2 3 '. now
S6.S00.735-8156.*
Jack and Lena.
L
Ucensod
and Insured
^ g iu .
^ ifo °^C .°g <
K lK H a n d
TTh
NASlt*03 2 5 ft.5
Call 206-735-022r
/
CA RFENTK rl
™
Adlon
Home Repairs
U L A
full s iz o b(
ower
whofll. LoadedI Po*
airs and Upgrades
Homo rea
-Newe
206420-1956.
206<S26-538'
Spring clean-upl
^ooks
slIdo.UkonBw.Boo
yeoreexpenonce
painting,, (C
dr rania
— ! ’ /s o Wmymoiorhomff
td r
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uw n care. sod. bark,
nr-a t .ni
M A G IC T p U C H
king I
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