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Sandy Honseii. a
I legislator, got a
Irony after IntroM ssingabiirto
tity theft victims in
em Is, the legislaelp him wt>on a
'em in another
Ils identity,
une 1 marked tho
IVfe<JerBl law thtit re»sses to destroy any
ntaining personal Irv
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i a$10,0C00 lunch on
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woman with K&
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l=eils, bought a}toften b ln c r a n d
sd g a to rs s a y th e y have no
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Florida without Ias po litic ian s
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gross a n d th e W hite
to oqpand o r c u t
m s bought
the man who us
d n o su sp e c t o r modvc.
w ra n d e over federalo po
r .these (amilics,
fltfo rh er,
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ipt. B e n W oUlnRer o f- th e -a cc o m m o d a te th e irc hout
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happens
identity theft as
In Buis Pofense ond sets i
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• a man who £o
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names, is presur
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Wendell ond has
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p re^&n t s
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your boat
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d o se rto
the action.
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hain, a salesformer state(SAW
le in Twin
big taste of aIronew truck ih
duclng and pa:
It knowing it'untll
protect Identll)
used her identity
Idaho. Problen'
s a payment.
Uon didn't hel(
1 will be the onecollege studen
oryofthe Identity
state stole his
Enhancement
Pl« iD 3 — Jun
start ofanewt festablished
as a criminal ofquires busine«
:s mandatory
fbrmatJon that c
sted someone^
goes by two
sumablyftom
os been arrested,
lady this year is
nirlng a loan from'
rtd b ^ r^ a c a r ln
a stolen Mentity.
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people thin k Dyb
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n atched by d r u g
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dealers. O th ers thi
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be h id in g b l th e V
three weeks after 8sang w a r.th e o ry
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a m o t o i^ d e gan
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Shasta an d 9-year-old
an d a c u lt theo ry .
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aften test th e w a te rs, buying
at first to s e c i f th e y c a n get
. sm all th in g;s
s ai
it before g o in g a ll-o u t o n
aw ay w ith il
prces I n v o l ^ g ca rs, hotels,I.
fare a n d ev e n h o m e m ort*
gages. O thers
ers will n ev er m o k e a p u rc h a se th a t mif
m i ^ t set off a la rm s, b u t will
still u s e th e Inio
Inl rm adon. o r e v e n sell it.
d n u m b ers se ll fo r a s little'
C redit c a rrd
-It: w
Wlas kind o f a scary thing
By Candace BaKz^mytle1
cc o n sp ecialty W eb sites,^
a s $1 apiecc
nt
. hom le
e aa n d saw d ie bill," s h e said ."
Tlm e»W ew eorrwponitent
O th e r Id e nitity
tir Web s ite s se ll a fully
est it. I h a d th e airline tickets tc
--------------------------- contest
Uty, In d u d ln g S o cial Securl*J
sto len Identity
I't tthere m aking th ose purchas
1,000 lu n c h ? It h ap - vvasn't
TW INEALIS— AS10,0(
ty n u m b e rs,i, d a te o f b irth , n a m e s a n d.
gclen.
sa id
pcned to D ebbie Van Engc
m o th e r’s m aid
aldervnam e fo r o s m u c h as’
I b e IW in Rills H l ^ S
School c o u n se lo r
VannI Engelen d o esn't know if die
$ 1,000.
w as on vacadon laMcxlco
co to c e le b ra te h e r usingg h er card w as e ver c aught —
hieves
strike
th
e
elderly,
in*
Id e n d ty thic
not have to p a y for th e Items
daughter^ h l ^ school gm
im duadon in 2002. did not
n g p a ren ts, p o lid d o ris , y o u r^
fonts, w oridng
her Idendty. V l u to o k care o f h
They h a d stopped into a r e sta u ra n t fo r a vviAhc:
i d even th e d e c e a s e d . W ith
to :get s o m e food.
. had n o p roblem s vrith Visa. III
break Irom th e sun and to
lewvictims a y e a r in th e U.S.
rredit card is very good about
W hen th e chock came, >
van E n g e le n p u t the cnx
CCSa re if y o u h a v e n 't b e e n a‘
alone, chances
h er credit ca rd In the Ilttl
ltde le a th e r folder saidv ic tlm y c t.y -ou
o u know s o m e o n e w h o has.
B uIttocard copying isn't som ething
w ith the bill a n d handedIIt to th e server.
Van E n g e le n , R andy'
Ju st ask b>cbbie
et
lo m e n ts la te r w ith w r r yya^ u t w hile o n vacadon. It h
T he server relum ed moi
H a n s e n o r Kim
Ki
O b e n c h a ln . A ll ore’
/in Falls all d ie dm e , said IWin I
pi.T h crccc ip L w as inTWin
h er crcdit cord ond receipt.
3etecdvc Sg t D ave H cldemanj
_ for th e am ounL of dtejunch
y_rc5identSwand.all.arc_vlc;_
ic b ju t.th e .b iljy a n __ llccDet
:----itlty th e ft T b d a y a n d M onknown as a sklnuner, wliIdTl
Ic rw o sfo ro irtra v - vicckn<
Engelen g o t a few days laici
■ th e size
ize o f a pack o f d g a rettes, can I
ImeS’News w ill b rin g y ou1 cL h o td a n d dothes.
0c;crcdit card n u n ^ r s , ’h e said,
th e ir sto rie s: so th a t y ou c a n l e a r n £rom1
but-1
d
id
n
't
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nk
to
200
'1 k new w e h ad fun — b
lever, ever, ev er h a n d yo u r crei
snces.'
th e ir experienc
wc ha d th a t m uch fun,” sh<
ihc said.
"New
A nd s h e iiadn't. When A n E n gelen let th e lo th ees .server a n d le t it vralfc away,'
ws correspondent Candace cord o ut o f h e r sight to ppay
a th e bill, it w as m armnsjsaid. “It takes j ^ t scconds v.
Times-News
Bala-Smyllelli
! lives In TUiln Rtlls. She can copied b y th e server a n aI tlth e n u s e d to b u y little ^skimmer lo get all yo u r inform
be reached' by
b e-mail a t candaceth o u s a n d o f dollars’ wo:
vorth o f smCf for
Please see lODmTY, I
som eone else.
alLcom.
bala&hotmalL
s ^
redsbns
th re a d
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at If you don't know
DeM>le Van Ei
Engelen personally. your teenaf
lager probably
does. She Iss ai counselor at
Ralls Hi0
ligh School wtw
learned a tou(
)ugh lesson while
on vacation lnMexk».
In
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TW IN PAL
ALLS— M o r e th a n lO m illio n A m erict
[icon id e ntities o re sto le n 1
e a c h year,; acconling
at
to th e F M e ra l
I t a d e C om
n issiort E v en m o r e o re "
tnm
s to le n In tern
sm ationally
A n d th eIm
num bers a re o n t h e rise.
theft h as b e c o m e a m uldbU Id e n tity’th.
U o n -d o U ur uUln d e rground in d u stry , w ith
fo rld n g o v e r m o re
A m erican businesses
bu
th iin $ 4 7 b ilUlon
llll dollars a y e a r to p a y for
m erch an d Use
ise b o u ^ t .VkTith fia u d id e n t
id e n titie s .. A ccording lo th e F ederal
T ta d e C o mninlssion.
m
th e o th e r v ic tim s o f
Identity th[left
ef — th e id e n tity ow ners
th e m se lv ess-— p aid $5 b illio n d o llars in
2004 Just t o0 dclean u p th e m e s s involving
it. A nd that n u m b e r d o c s n o t
th e ir c r e d it./
in d u d e loist
st productivity, w h ic h avero g e s e o o h oours.
u
Just a b lg 'C ity crim e,
B ut th is1 Isn't
Is
h eft h a s f o u n d its w a y to
- Id e n tity thel
ley. a n d it's a growing p robM agic Valley.
th e fts — in w hich
Icm. LocalI identity
id
Ictim a n d th ie v e s liv e in IW in
b o th th e victl
on th e rise. TW cnty five su ch
F alls— a r ct or
e
in
vestigated
b y th e TWin
w e re i
e D
Falls PoUce
[ ep artm ent In 2004, an d
s ln c e lh o b »«ginning
gl
o f th is yea r, 12 su ch
. case s h av e! al
already b e ib i in v csdgated.
M an y m o ree ccases ~ fe d e ra l c a s e s — in
Vililch th e thief
thi o r v ictim liv e s out*
sid e o f Id ahlio
o also are u n d e r in v e sd - ■ ■
gallon.
are Just th e c a s e s v ictim s
B ut th o s e ai
k n o w a b o ui t M any m o re g o o n for
w e e k s o rm lo
o nn th s— so m e tim e s y e a rs —
' b e fo re th e thief
thi m okes a la rg e e n o u ^
single p u rcJiose
h a to c a tc h th e e y e o f a n
:ft victim o r c re d it c a r a com*
id en tity thefts
S r,
pan
atta
7
: th* n«xt two d a y * ,'
7rnes-A;«w3 will take
l ^ a i o o kkjat identity theft by
taiw niw itht
1 three Magic Valley
residents wtn
who've been victims
ofthisgrovrir
Ming crime.' Well
also provide
i on how to
le tips
protect asain
ilnst Identity theft,
how to catch
ch It, how to stop It
and how toI nrecover from it.
There will be
w Information available on what
at to do If you are a
•victim, whatt your
y rights are
and where to turn for help.
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i n small
things at fiist
S t t o s e e i f t h e y c a n ggetaway
et
ire g o i n g a l l - o u t o n s hhopping
o
with it before
o l v l n g c a r s , h o t e l s , cilothes,
lo l
sprees invol
n d e v e n h o m e m o r t g ;ages.
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anadlan border.
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test a n d h o d n o oUbL
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fJcers arc reluctantIt to say SOI t h e
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lg dthe chUdnm
times sq u a bbled over
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state Attorney h av e n ot iiiOi
die W ^ishin^on stat
General!* O m ce. 74 pcrccnt o f Problems,
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the chUdren w ho die in a b d u c le
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tions a rc killed withl
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i|D m a a e n abducthree hours.
ie N ad o n al tio n to a mlo
oito fc y d c gang war.
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m G r o e n e ow ns a
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idson.
cd ChUdren. o f d ie«7S S i i :
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i
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missing chUdren from
d u d in g th e G roene
:n e children.
b d is s . a N ew Ybik
dates from
Andrew \tac
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ar-old C urtis
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1980, w h e n l-year-<
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after a neig h b o r rrspt
icported th a t
h a d c o m p9C
ia m o tiv e s o ecn tte
u ic y bound aoin d l i k i d y i n ^ &
dogs w ere barking and
ani the d o o r
iim ier vicam s..Tliat
open b ut n o
p iti^ T h e mur
o f on e v e h ld e w asI op
ate a d is p u te ov«r
T he deputies
c o u ld indicate
one w as in s ig h t The
d ru ^ o rm o nle
e ;y th a t eaqjloded m
fo u n d th eb o u n d b oodiesofBrend ii
cnce, h e s a i d There
le Groene.
13.
a rage ofviolen
da Groene. 40, Slade
G
le, 37.
w as Ukdy mlore
oi th a n o n e kUler
and M ark McKenzie,
3 aU d ead
juries.
sin ce die vied
ctlm s w e r e bound.
o f m asshie h e a d injurii
lot said how
h e sa id .
OfDdals h av e not
B r a d H i u d ................ 735-3345
,-
^ aniyah.
-pH the
BASRA,Ira 734 SUNN I
bom ber this w eek attacked
w ay s inaugui
m ain checkpoint (o thte aiq
here is a full security p la n to
B aghdad to t]
the aiiports safe, a n d this w ounding at least 15 Iraqis
E d ito r
B asra on Satu
eluding several Iraq i A in
is being im plem ented in
C hrls.Sleinbach-r-. .-735-3255
.p a n sio n p lan
idad ,'h e sa id .
employees.
C o m m u n ity d e s k ....7
. . 3 5 -3 2 8 8
extrem e secui
Baghdad, aircraft m u st u se
I ^ th e middle o f th e mom i>
a t y d c s k ...................
...735-3204
capital^aiipo
e n codcsciuw landing that h o tm to add routes to TUi
L etters (6
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rta (AP) — Iraqi AirLebanon; Cairo. Egypt: Du
lalmitlally
anlj entails diving to die
. . .735-3266
Salam oi-Mal
th e e d lto r ...................
irt to avoid anti-aircraft m isr
U nited Arab Emirates; Ku
guiatcd a route from
~Thcr<
w o u ld Oy 0toth e southern d ty o f
keepthat
(h( could be fircd b y insur- a n d Iraa
s o u th e a st atu
ol n la y .p an o fan e x Iraqi Airways resu m e d ir
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p lan is
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c that also involves
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tic ro u te sincc
fo n c tG o O in ............... 7« . q 254
curitym easurasatthe
In dBoj
hl
dam H ussein.
is a n d v io le n c e - p ro n e it h a s 1nights to A mman, in n d ggnoor[port
a stecn
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n ic k n a m e d b y lo c a ls a s th e Iing Jordan and to th e ^ n iaunicopc
lin e intendsrtad
t< on
M inister
essential
C U B to m e ra e rrk e -• '
I t ’o f l d c a th .7 -A * • s u id d e Iital o f Damascus.
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said the airline
airport
l<
..................... . . 733:0s
l k » 3 1 ,c M .i
• / ' f
to , Basra. 340 m iles
silesihal
^
a « s s llk d & O n lintee m
Da n a g ifr
o f Baghdad, fo u r
gents.
’ D eby J o h n s o n ...........
dc in the first dom esT he
-------nee (ho ouster o f Sad- Baghdad
Clfculatlon
dn.
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th
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airgcrous
to serve children w h
u naiig ratlo n d eb a te is play- schools
s
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is to resume flights to
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n Jc
customer service
undocum ented fam ilies arc
L
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TWinFaDs
w ee to
.......
- ‘ g a lim m ig n in i
last m ontJi restored s tate- ssee k medical care fo r them .
a n d O th e r
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At St. Cedlials C h u rch in4,N
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th e induiM
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and
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in ualp.m . fo r g en eralI Q
a uestions
e ral m illionints.
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ted.
a b o u t y o u r dcUvety,
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“IfyouV ego
w hich se ek s ' uth e ir Uves,” Kirk saicL StUI,
m ore Illegal'im m i- 'c h ild reReform,
ni
p ap e i;b y 7 a.nL, caU
au^t
lU tth e n u m .
h ere, let's a sst
er enforcem ent o f im m i- s*a id the m odiers h a v e tauj
eU
h
ftcdState£O
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e a c h o ther ways to o b ta inI fo
food
b er fo r y o u r a re a\ b efore 10
tu r e p a rt o f
n oj
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a
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m
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o
f
these
sevp
lan
to
sta m p s a n d a d e q u a te hlealdi
ea
a.m .forredeU vcry.
w o rth the son
: children
o f illegal Im m l- • si
children will be lifely fo rln
ui
c a re tor their clilldrcn.
a n y o th e r cans,
kii and arc m o re
n o t thco
eysts* n !xasm orethan$4 ^ T h o u ^ m any a rc w ary
y tbeC ircu latio n directonr
C ap p s, lead productive
at
I annually.
adults If legally.
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m
i
D aniel Woloclc...........7
...735-3252
U t b w Institute
! su p p o n now.
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n fcth a t w ould allow im ib o u t
H o m e deliv ery m anaj
inoger
im m ignuit chil
n te d stu d e n tsto q u a lify
^o n c e you start talk in g abc
tio n leRel
C h risG a x d a . . . . . . . 7.735-3302
T h e rep o ng ot
c uiildren already
V
.rin-state
college tu id o n
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ssum
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Slngje c o p y sales
p c rc e n t ofallA
^
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g ra u oHailed
n is in NorUi C arolina th
ics ...
e ir problems a n d vrarries
Jim D al o s ....................420-1259
4
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th f
th e y fed they’re gjvtng th c frld
kids," said R andy
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force, backed by Amei
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poiver. roun d ed u p aatt Ileast 106
nvoJvc/ncnt
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zn <
o f in su rg ent s u ld d c a t t a w dcsl
aeslgncd to
to p p le th e Shiite-led
fd g o v ern m ent
Also Saturday, Marin
v in e s sa id
they discovered SO w eap
eapons a n d
a nunuititio n cachcs and
and a h u g e
u n d e rg ro u n d insurgent
!n t b tu ik cr
apical O tted
co m plcx w est o f the capii
o u t w ith a ir conditJoi
itJoning, a
k ltc h c n a n d s h o w e n ■
isiv ein L at-'
'nieU .S.-Iraqiofrcnsivi
Ifiyah. 20 m iles s o uith
th o f tiie
O peration
capital, w as p a n o f Of
L l^ tn ln g , a massive,V week-oW
w
crackdow n aim e d a t ccru sh in g
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re gion an d sap p in g m illta n u ’
strength nationwid&
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ch an g e in C hina is no t: in ten
t d ed
to im d e rm in e th e Beijin
ijin g g o v em m ent
Hc criticized C hina ffor inc rc a sin g m ilita ry sdc
desp ite tho ab sen ce o f a
from a n o th e r country’ aannd sa id
dim inishth e A sian po w er risks dim
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re ta n 'sa ld .
h at
a t free"Tne im plication th
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id o n w as un d er close
a bcihvcthcr o f the
[y to take control o f
cciulty, a key p art o f
i t strategy from th e
c o im try m oore
re th a n two y e ars
a<l“ S a 'd d a m
n IH ussein^ ouster. •
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s e m l-n m il L
Lsa t l f l ) ^ a re a p u t
i n th e foreiront. it
w a s d e a r thi oe U 5 . military w as
s d lU h e d iM ingforcc.
ng
/U ,o u tt w Q
o hJ o u rs into t h e o p c r a ll o n .f o r cex
x am ple, A m erican
s o ld ie rs , » id1 uth e y w ere w orried
so m e n e ld s w
w ith sta n d s o f tall
h a d nl o lt b e e n seacchcd.
S i Ira q i c oim
m m a n d e r so ld h e
fe a re d fo r hiis
i e n b e c a u se th e
s m
fie ld s p ro v id
d ee cover for Insurg en ts:
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a n gerous area. We
n e e d hcK coptc
Jtcrs a n d the Americ a n arm y.” Ira
q Brig. Gen. Najlm
-aql
al-E kabi said,
T h e A m edrla
e a n soldiers, w ho
h a d sp e n t mlo
o rn th s training Iraqi
soldiers in o>ther
th units, tn e d 'to ‘
p e rs u a d e ol-El
-E kabi to sen d his
troops, saying
ig it w as likely lhat
w e a p o n s w eere
re h id d e n in th e
Qeids a n d aJonj
m gside a n irrigation
canaL
A rm y C apIt.
t. Jason BUndauer.
rigade, 10th M ouno f t h e 2 n d Brig
I, to
ta in D ivision,
ti ld al-Ekabi they
h a d o rd e rs toto se arc h th e area.
“I ’d like y o u t:oo ta
t k e advantage o f
u nnity . N o o n e is
th is o p p o r tu
g o in g to d o it
it bI e tte r than your
J o u e r told his Iraqi
group," Blindot
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m ilitaryr ca
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believes C
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k n o w n as CAFIA.
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w e b e lie v e i t ' s i mn fp o r t a r u t b h a v e q u i c k
l u s , L if e F l i g h t h a s
t h e p a s t 1 9 y e a r s . P li
a c c e ss to c ritic a l m
n e d i c a l c a r e - c lo s e t o
o v e r 5 0 0 0 m e m b e r s iirn t h e M a g ic V alley,
h o m e . T h a t 's w h )y L i f e F l i g h t h a s b e e n
A n d t h a n k s t o s o mn e o f t h e s e m e m b e r s
t h e M a g ic V a lle yy';'s t r u s t e d p a r t n e r f o r
w h o c o n tr i b u te d a p o r tio n o f th e ir
s in c e 1 9 8 6 .
t r a u m a s e r v i c e s si
m e m b e r s h i p f e e s , L if e F l i g h t w a s a b l e
I t ' s a ls o
• K S iM E M B i
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r e s p o ni dd
to
your
c ritic a l
n e e d e d s u p p lie s a n d e q u ip m e n t. W e
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a re p ro u d to h a v e ear n e d y o u r resp e ct
h e a l t h c a r e n e e d sI,. I n f a c t . L i f e F l i g h t
a n d a p p r e c i a t i o n ffoo r o u r c r i t i c a l c a r e
h a s q u i c k l y r 'e ss pp o n d c d . a n d
s a fe ly
w o rk . W e lo o k fb rw a r d to c o n tin u a lly
tr a n i s p o r t c d a l m oo ss t 4 0 0 0 c r i t i c a l l y il l
s u p p o r tin g y o u r h e a lth c a re n e e d s,
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L ••M ta M H iB B M H
to
to
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leeUon,
E very t h u r a d a y^ IIn th e O utdoors ia<
inltlee.
icreaU onal opportun
illey reeWenta to teci
The Tlm as-N ew s1guld—
i
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nts stiU sh[locked __
Residten
m
th e outdo
<
G e t
Uledhisfaamily
a n k i l
soid Moody '
B. Ohio
(AT]
BELLEFONTAINE.
C
played pool
,vas making
— G ory S hafer was
and w atched
is grandson
break fast w hen his
(
tclevlsioa
iihousccarly
r
vralked Inio his famihc
People who
tlieboiTclof
lost Sunday, nlaccd tliv
kne;v Moody
rifle loosely K
W
a siTiaU'C^lber rifle
sold he helped
9
Qgainst th e older imin’
n'ss neckand |fc
out on the
Qrcd th ree times.' tdllins
Uinghlm.
in
fomlly’s dairy
r i ^ t side,
TWo sh o ts in thee ri
; o n e in th e left.
Next door, 'th e1 egunm an’s
bum and was
m o th e r o n d his frier
riends were
Scott Moodv acdve In his
nived. Scott
asleep w h en h e anivi
k,
school's agri*
rom room to p ro g n u n . shov
Moody, 18, wallted frcn
c
u l t u r e
)usc, holding sta te lair. B cm i
room in th e quiet house
cattle at die
ilnst his vie- p e rln tc n d c nlowing
to
th e rlQe Uglitly against
m ie
I Pachmaycr. su(im s, firing bulletss in
ir to their Schools, sa id
[e then
killed h im a s rc scrvito
ctfR ivm klcL oca!
tem ples o r nccks. He
tl:
rM oodyond
'W b c a r m do tthis teachcrs sow
himself. A week pfterMi
cv
fivc o th ers died In the murder- o fS c o tt in thvedandrcspectfiiL
ot
ur (he crimc take oU th e s e liadjust to thinking
su ldd e. details abourti
cvray dial he would
iiopsies. and
said,
h a w c o m c from aulop
Richmayer
re revealed,
F im ta a ls f oc rlives,"
t
c o u rt reco rd s have
nd financial Friday, d ra w ir
signs o f frBcuires and
Dfthc victims begm
(roubles in tlie family.
Aring hundreds of
M ichael H cnrys
Yet n v i^ tw r s a n d•Tfrieridssay
fri
:ce Ith e tiulet services a n d Dgan
bui County Sheriff
they still cannot place
irysaldhehopesthc
boy tlicy knvxv in s u ch
c h :a cliiMng Id e n ts b e g in
burials will help ICS*
.P a ch m o y c r anc
piciurc.
in
said re sid e n ts a rc sti to heal, b ut
" Iju sr don't u n d mtstand,’
iaj
d Watt said most
lilx)r of tl>e
“Every tim m
e 11
M abel Walt. U nelRlilx]
sUUinsliock.
in •<tO
...
I
family for m orc (han
: years, dieir h o u s e s clg
Lst cant
pic- in th e p it o f you o to to w n ,lp a ss
■T h e young boy. I jas(
c
... It m akesjou sk k
said.
(urc him doing tliis.”
the sliootT h e tw o whii
Moody a n d o n e ofif ill
•eam
ing victims xvere to be
ai onc'ig th e s h o o t i n g to
/hite houses where
later tiiat o u tsid e BcUefoi
stu d e n ts gradttatinKi !a
ligli School '1 3 ,0 0 0 p e o p slelook place are just
d a y from W w rside llial
a d ty of
ie shoot- c o rn a n d ifontaine.
si
in nearby De GnifT. ’n
Tlii
loUTiaflcra a b o u t 4 5 mlie
ile surrounded by
- ings liap p en ed just hom
soybean fields,
lere friends C o lu m b u s.
graduation party, where
liles nortliwest of.
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oldies statior
rm a ts
changes fom
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NEW YORK
d a y th e m u sic dI(Sl.
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W C BS-FM .thetopol{
tio n in th e nation for•m
meorctlian'
ined its Ieth re e d ecades, smnnec
y aabruptly
g io n o f listen ers by
sw itch in g fo m iu ts this
this week*
,
en d .
Holly and
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G oodbye. Buddy Ho
th e Beach Boys.
in ai
a n d let.
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i
listeners,"
a n d b ew ildered its lisi
Itor or tlie
said Ib m 'Riylor, editor
side Kadio.
tra d e p ubilcadon Inside
im ched in’
“A lot o f p eo p le punc
•Ink’s 'Get
WCBS-FM. h eard Pink
T h o Party S tarted .' aann d said
'S o m e th in g ’s w rong> w idt my
ra d ia " '
ivitched to
T h e statio n h a d switc
)72, inillala n oldies form at in 1972,
doo-wop
ly a s a b astio n for th ec d(
ihouglitljc
so u n d s o f the'SOs. Allhoi
playlist c h anged overrtheyeafs,
thi
nainedtlic
WCBS-FM always remaii
)p 40
o u tp o st fo r classic Tbp
4 radio
gest radio
in th e n atio n 's largest
m arket.
to many
It w as also tiie h o miee ti
aiy Tbp 40
o f N ew York’s legendoiy
iln :Brudc’
DJs. Including 'C ousin
*ison,
Morrtjw. H arry Harrisoi Don
Nile.
Ingram a n d N om i N. Nit
;tfme and
R adio fo rm ats c5'm
liip-iiop,
v«:ni — disco, punk,^ ll:
lucWCUSinlk. sp o rts talk — but
FM re m a in e d u n ch an
w a rm a n d w elcom ing pr
_______ aU 0U -o aU u 5 .I-M .d laU
T he stadon's new format
for
Is
ctic mix of
called "Jack." an eclectic
h it m usic from th e '70s
tl
Ds dirougli
.th e present. T hestatlon’
s
jn’smvncr.
:®ifinlty Droadcasting,, m
mtode ilie
-sam e form at shift Frida;
Iday at iis
"Chicago, oldies station,
m, \WJMKT M , w h ere classic ’lop
- had
}p 40
ears. ■
«!red for th e past 21 year
- “We d id a lot^qf m
ar
narket
reioleiri ilie
............ " s e a r d j a n d found a hole
m arket th a t WLsn"! being
S
b y an y oUier station." sale
Ice prcslBrown, WCDS-FM vice
d e n t a n d gener.il manage
a
-• There a rc currentlyy about
al
d o z en s tatio n s nailonall>
■ally using
th e Jack form at.
ved," Thy“Youth m u st b e served
lo r said a b o u t (lie chon{
langes. "If
xlia. older
y o u look a t a lot of media
sn a n t un, A m c^ca n s aren't Im pona
:mftmailc
;lc s s y ou ’re selling Crafi
' At 5 p.m . Friday, justt as Frank
IS ln a tia s "Sum m er Wind’"
nd" faded
'p u t , WCBS listen ers hheeard a •
don’t Mv
-voicc an n o u n ce: "W hyy dc
a
pla y w h at w e w ant? There's
Thi
3 vhoIc w orld o f songs out
i
)Ut there."
- T h e first so n g played
k1 oc n the
iic w ‘CBS-FM: "Fight for
foi Your
Joys.
by th e Bcastlc Boy;
~ U n d I t h a t'm o m e nnt.
t. there
•We re n o Indications offaarn y im smtion.
:S im e n t c h a n g e a t th ec st
JE ariier in th e day. m
moorning
•olcnz —
-show h o st M ickey Dole
“yes, th e fo rm er M onkecs
c
icsdnimds lOOih
— c e le b ra te d his
vn o w w ith th e station by ho$lr a m BJ.
' ' W a live b ro ad cast Iran
tjp g v Blues C hib Ju st off*
offTUnes
Square.
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■ ra iS a
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« s t o f C l a s s»
-
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fP e p p e r Flavored
C o lby
B e s t o f C la s s
M onterey J a c k
. . .
. ,
M a g ic v
)ple here are great.and o ui r
the country to live. The peopl
■t ,
■
the is also hom e lo many gn
great companies! Now w e have
h
q u a l i tcyV
. alley is the best p la c c i n This
ty o f life is sccond to n o n e . Thi
nition as a worJd-class cheese
sc producer.
n o re claim to f a m e ...re c o g n itlt
Y o u alrc
cheese at Glanbia Foods, but
ut what you p ro b ib ly d o n ’t
k n o w llisready know that w c m a k e :chc
iwarded three gold m edals <
Championships we were aw
is a t th e rcccnt U.S. C h e e s e: Cl
look our Magic Valley chees
Kse, m ade right here a t h o nm e
o n e silvt
ilvcr medal. T h a t’s r ig h t, w cmarched
toi
it right into the hcai
cart o f cheese c o u n try —
y o u r fric
and n eighbors, a n c i eads.
ma: It goes vnthout sayingI tl
d sat
that the quality standards
W is c ofriends
ns
. .
oo."Al th e e n d o f th e d ay w<
judges* expectations were toe
' t h i s e v)n
e rsin , hom e o f th e c h e e se head
—
b r c u g /he.n t were sky-high a n d t h e Jud
;ht h o m e the hard w a re.
T h i s Icvc
er is unheard of. When asked
ed about o tir secret ingredii
r i: you know them already
idy. First, it’s th e m en a n d
w c w e cvel
re o f succcss for a p r o d u c ethink
lo deliver their very best eve
yery day. N ew , it’s the p u n
w o m e re
n ; cautiously q uiet, b u t w c cthii
the best dairymen in the bi
business. T he final ingredic
t o p - n o nt ca t o u r facilities w h o s triv e>yto
3 tc h Idaho m ilk d e liv e re d bople
y tl we work along side with
th here in this m agic l a n d . '
»n o u r rc
rccipc for succcss is t h e p copli
W e om p
our com m unity a n d th a ni k o n
noteworthy dutinction to oi
no am bitions.
o f y o u efop r o u d to bring h o m e t h is Iden
fo r helping us w ith o u r goldei
glila n b ia
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Inconvoi*
Iieoce consum ers. I b di ia
a j y ,s M
;«eem ready to go along
sn g w lth a
'fedeTBllaw in hop es osfavoiding
fa
atlons.
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\J S U n llK ta
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mittee plans hearings
9 6 d a bm
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MYRTLE BEACH,
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1NORTH
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; . c <AP) — Sen. lindsey GraS.C
role in a compromise o n
htam)i
at
ilibusters against President
sn t
/
lush% ju d id a l picks dk] not go
Bu!
v e r weD w ith som e GOP reguove
JU#
irs in th is RepubUcan sutc.
T h e O rst-teim -Rcjpublican,
*) ”•
•
d io in 2002 succeedcd Strom
m '
h u rm o n d . was am ong M law‘W^
la k e rs — seven from caich
ch
: j i ^ a fj^ ^ V
a rty — w ho abandoned dieir
« lr
utders
a
n
d
r
e
a
c
h
e
d
.a
.d
e
a
l
J
m o n g themscKes. T hm agreed
«d
> c o n flrm som e o r Sushb
hb
ailed federal c oun nominees
h ile leaving the door open for
for
ijecting others.
"Itb o n e o f the hottest issues
A see n since IVe been chair*
lan.” said Katon Dawson,
in,
I
lu th Carolina)) GOP chaiim an
Krtlh* appoint'
H-S.C., spw k* to the p re u abotrt
^
S*n. Undssy drabim , R-S.
foIfrtth re e yea n . *There was a lot
o frhh e a itb u m biskle d ie base o f m w rtoffM trelJadgtsdifl
Senate
during I news conference with■S
thlee Reptiblican Party P ieskknt
tb o ttteln
Mint, rlgM, a t the FMAal courtb
nt
CMllldat* Rep. Jim OtMbi
B us
ush w o n 70 percent o f th^e
Qre*nvtne, S.C. bi tills O ct.
d 2 1 ,2 0 0 4 , fU* pltete.
c o>untles
u
in tho United States
a nidd pe o p le w anted his agenda
ksaufort County
da
-H e has long sinceI offended
of
Graham.” said Bet
m lOved
oi
foiw aid.”
GOP C haiim an DI oug Robert- ■ th e
fiscal
c o n ^ ;rvadves,”
rv i
h tm d re d s o f people have
H
rview w idi T he
ecccn tly h e
s o a In an intervl
vc R iivcnd said. "More rec
caUi sta te Repuoiioui hcadAssodatcd PressI lost
la week. Gmdh as offended th e oth errRRicpubllq ulaa rte re to com plain about
e so dal
ut
c a n coalidon __ thiic
acnt h e vrould
ham was confide
g nraham
tl
's p a rtid p w o n in th10
e
conscrvadves."
ra
wctidier the sto rm
negi
rgodatlcns. Graham^ role h as
spects senators
09
T hose sam e so dal cor
conservaT h is slate resp
give:
ven Charleston businessman
in
tives w ere Instrum le
en!
p e n d en t, w ho
n ta l in
who are Indepe
f hlo
o m a s R avend further reason
wivatlvc values
shore their consci
m
derailing Arizona S e a Jo
Jolh n M t*
t o coo n sider a primary challenge
heir co lle a g u e
3C C aln^ ”s tr a i^ t talk cjq)ic
press” bid
and w ho treat the
(q G
G ra h a m in Z ^
for th e presidency five yet
y e ars ago
widi rcspect,” h se said.
s ‘I'm not
R avend. th e son o f a former
e r in S o u d i Carolina's GO
ct m yself in a
G O P prigoing to conduct
cons
in gressm aa finished diird inlaa
mary.
h e loudest guy
wav VNiicre I'm tht
crow
owilcd fid d in lost year^ race
g to
u p p o rte d
and I'm not going
t b e satisfled
X
In 2000 G raham supj
f a r JS o uth Carolina^ other Sen*
^ at g in s u p a
:e bt eh in d
with rhctoric th
n* McCain, a driving force
^ete seat, now held by
lople."
vo w eeks
sinaU group o f peoj
jy th e QUbuster deal two
o g a By 2002. however.’. G
G:raham
Graham said the
th deal gives
p u U ic a n Jim DeMlnL
a- h a d m e n d ed his fence:
ih s ttu i a n d aliccs w idi
die Senate a fresh
^ v e n e l do es n o t like Gmham
s to co n sid e r
irters.
lows lawm akers
itis positions on trade a nidd P resident Bush^supporte
- n b je
iects' to th e senator^ Soda!
idlcial nom inath e y did
som eofBush^Judl
a!
'S o m e people siJd thi
secu
Jo^h n MetioRs.Changinsthc
h e approach to
cu rity proposal to increase
le ■ n o tin te n a to h a v e tw o Jo
Q«vr
lg C a in s in W a sh in n o>n.
n . D .C .
filibusters is still ooin th e Uibic if
yroD taxes o n those earning
mm
foils, h e sold.
w iie n they voted Tor' Ll
Lindsey
thccom piom isefa
are th a n $90,000.
_
ent b used to *booirr n w th i n : ^ e c t in A pril
iL T h e proposal supervision
io n .
Jnakeshlfk lab s acroas th
thie c o im * - Would require th
u s h adm inbtiatton h a s
thie s a le o fm e d l- ' T h e Bush
a public position o n
I .( ^ e s > ^th p»e
>»ieudoephedrlne n o t ta k enn o
£ ^ lh e re /!i a lot o fp uib
b li
iim a d st o r phar- th e S e n aitebiQ
te t .B utfohnH ortoa
lic DIBS'' only by‘a pluun]
to ilo sw nething," s£
salcfSen.. m a ^ p c tso n n eL
eL
a s so c ia tee ddepiity director for
h a s jo in e d
..C ustom cn wi
w o u ld have to state a n id
d lo
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s t d a D - ..o h a w a p h o to iD
ID,, sign a k>g a n d W hite Hotis
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trol Fotky, sakl eatly
thce s a le o f ' b e lim ited to1 9 g ram s — o r -D n ig C om
n tr
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p r o d u c ts to m e th ax>]
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states
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re* th e first sta
t to enact laws re{has not ntised m a ^ ob)e
)b)ections. tallera have ,pi
,p u t in placff ’ s d ic tln g Ih
i e purchase o f
Pfizer I n c .,. w h ich
move cold prod- ' p s e u d o prp
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ai
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— 1T he worst C hatham S hleim
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a ro u n d In *hw<r
re. w h o patrols the
ile^ len ln g
tcodc red tide in a geni
----------a e r a t i o n is Stuart E M oore,
ens o f major town% 63 m iles s 'o f coastline w ith
contam inating dozens
o u t occasional m t t u lalm
n l 1 o an s.
It w as tim e f o r th e aanim als’
e w E n ^ a n d , 8 p a rt-tim e ddep u tie s. "Froth
—
_ _
sheUfish beds In N ew
prom pdngO sherydos)
fin al e ip e r im e n ta l m eal
e in a
losuresfrom w n a tw e a re s K
e ielng. it seem s to.
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M a in e to Nonm ckci
:kct, w here be Increasing..Nty
N con ce rn Is for;
flve-fiay p ro je c t t h a t Is
is p o rto fa
.
: .f
clam s, m ussels a n d ba;
bayscallops all th e g uys wtiio
h a re looking tob ro a d e r s m d y
lin in g th e
tr>‘ . ■-•r--. , J 5
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3 1 - a re a coastal com m tm
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icentjatk>ns o fth e ;
H
m e r d a l lifeblood.
creation. .
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e n se plank*, sinde-celled ori
organism s are the;
“Hey, hey. hey." Loht
ohuls said
^
to n bloom m ore thlan
a n 3 0 miles h lm e st m easui
lured ain ce 1972,<
. a s 7>year-oId M e lo dlyy sh
i oved
,
S
w id e in places co>ntlnued
n tl
to w hen N ew E
Ein g lan d experi*;
h e r s n o u t In to t h e d iismh . T h e y
■ '
. sp re a d Sat\trday, driver
ivenbyw lnd cnced a h outb
itbreak so severe;
■ know exactly w h a tb com
» m ing.*
;
a re a s 'th a t thateveryshellfi
llfis h b e d ln th e re a n d cu rrents in to ar
T h e p ro je c t to o k ppila c e a t
I
■|L
have' ncnrer knourn sEuchinfesta*
ud
gion w as d o s exdta sa p re c a u tio n .;
K enai M oose R e s c a rm <
C enter,
\ V ^ 1 u j B V '; / r
■
tio n s before.
Algae bloom
mis a re a naniral;
w h ere sc ien tists iro m
n oi found
■
T h e outbreak m lg^http c a k l n occurrence in th e coastal waterstb e w orid get a close-tip;
u p,v iew o f
■
a n o th e r week. ofHriali sa id .lt o f California aru
ind N ew England.:
th e huU dng a n im a lss it
ih . th e ir
■
m ig h t b e a m o n thb oc r m ore, ofien Im pllcatei
led in fish
or;
n a t u r a l . h a o k a c — a fiju r-fl’v
. s
the region, noxious fum es,L
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square?m lle s e c tio n o f K ra a l
\ f.:> Q v l J i
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h
ic
h
exports
q
u
a
h
o
ih
g
cLuns
The
red
tide:
les have become!
N ational Wildlife Refuge.
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n
d
oth
er
sea
fare
arc
a
ro
u
n
d
the
miore
co
m
m
o
n
h
In'
recent
years,;
“A lm o st all re s e a rc
h done
rch
• i m |n ||W
su m e shell- due to tiie ric h1 rn utrients In pol*>
■
w orld, c an safely resur
th e re h a s h a d a d ire cnt bbearin g
■J B H H M
■
Qshlng operations.
lutants flushedi cd ow n rivers a n d
o n m a n a g e m e n t 6 f th a t
Igae quickly in the ru n o ff froi
o m sto rm sewers,Tbodns from th e alga<
" ' • s p e d e s .' said J im HaO.
lO. td e p u ty
lied m the environm ental1 sspecialists sakL •
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b
e
c
o
m
e
concentrated
r
m
illionm a n a g e r o f th e 1.97 a
■
shellfish a n d are poise
alsonous to
M ost 'o f thes<
ese m Icro-organ-.'
ae ro refuge, w h ic h re c e n tly
’^U gM aau/M
■
an y o n e w4io c onsumnes
es them .
Isms are n o t t(
tcodc, b u t som e'
■renew ed a p arm ex sh ipp w ith the
th b sp e d es fo u n d Ilin N e w E n ^ a n d
■
'i n term s o f th e region,
reg
s ta te
sakl waters, su c h as
IS th e “Alexuidri*
r e d tid e ls u n p re c e d eented."
nt
C onsid ered a g lo b a ltle
leta d e rin
_
D o n Anderson, a spec
p edalist on um “ alg a e in th e c u rre n t
m o o se research , m o re:th
thia n 2 5 0 BMogiit Tom Leliii
tliitia e aiiw ts m oose scot (rom
n la
Isabsna on'WsdiMsday a t th«s iKMial Mooso RMsarch Cenp o isonous
m fu l algae outbreak.
aire
n
r e d tid e s a n d harrnfi
stu d ie s h a v e b e e n plu
u b llsh e d ' tar In ttM Ksnsl Ns
ly to look a t tho nutritional
ika, t s part of an ongolnf stiNty
National WDdltfi Rtfttgo. Alaska,
b lo o m s a t th e Wooc
b o d s If tle e n o u ^ to lay klow a w hale. Insin c e th e c e n te r a b o u t 50
tim tio n on deed, a 1967 oil
O c e a n o g r a ^ c Institu
aiitbreak In Cape
ion
s o u th o f A n c h o ra g e w as
C a p e C o d T h is is a1 hi
h uge area Cod Bay killed
d 19 h um pback
ed alm ost fo u r d e ^ d easaajg o ire is th a t they behave 'like
inges. L ohuls gmdualfy here
ike
th a t is affected."
this y ear to loolc
ole a t th e n u trl- tin a l changi
whales.
T h e woric d o n e h e ree h M £ttP tional cost o f proc
oo se in th e pen, they go olut
ut
In Nonm cket harbor,
rocreaU on.
in tro d u c:c
e dd th e pellet m eal, m oc
o r. d ie level
S deh d sts a t V
W oods Hole be*;
rea ch in g b e n e fits fo r A laska^
-n ,e p r o j e a li
w ith b irch a n d aspen a nid
d fo ra g e, y et they're still
four times Uev6 this ic c e nItt <
o utbreak w as a'
llll
o f toodn jum ped to foi
is c o m p a rin g m ixing itt wi
. e stlm a tM ISO.CXX) m oos
jIs
th e legal limit a lm o st
« vw eeks u ntil th a ts all avail
it oa v e m i^ t c onfluence o fr in a tu ra l events!
M elody a n d w nlUow,
ic
alla b le for research. Lohuls
tw o p reg - over th ree
o th e r m o o s e
p opuli
bu
th is week. S tate; o f i i c l ^ dtat b egan in th<
puIaUoiw n a n t cows d o s es tuo giving birth , the-anim lols
h e G ulf o f Maine;
sold,
id. “It's a n Ideal settin g You
als w ere e a tin g
a cro ss th e N o r th e r nn iH em l- w ith tw o n o n g e^sttt i n g fem ales,
g r o i ^ ^ d o s c d is lanndd :shellfish earlier this yea ct
lo o k a t w h at goes in a s c an
n lo o k a t th e m a s m a n y
“We’ll loo
sphere. ofB dals s a id . .
e a s y ou w ant."
Heavy sn o w s followed
f
b y tor-:
ello.
food m inlUS
u s v)4iat com cs o ut a s timnes
O U vlaan d lsab elh
'M o o s e raise a lifetim
Th
fains low eied the!
O n Saturday, tow nI oC
m e o f reD uring th e s t u d y p e rio d , waste," h le
officials in rentlal s p rin g ral
The c c n tc r h a s operated oon
n
e «sa id . “T he dlfTerence
se arc h q u estio n s,” sa idd L o h t ^ each m o o se recel
h e a st tip of norm al salinityy oi f (XMistal sea*;
C h a th a m a t th e southec
req u ire d nutritional* that
at p re m ise since It opened in
ceiv e a daily 16- Is w h at’s I rc
a fo rm e r b e a r b i o l o^^ tl w h o p o u n d p o n lo n s>ool f p e llc tf < ^ .a
fisherm
an
water
a
n
d
creai
sated
conditionse
n
C
a
p
e
Cod,
w
here
fisl
69 a s a Joint venture octw ccn
ly."
1969
to o k over a s d lic c to r ofth<
s h - liorvest about $4 mlllio:
llion w orth Ideal for d ormla
ajn t cysts in the!
f t ^ c e n - p ro d u « d e v d o p e d a t th e cen*
! stu d ie s will b e m ore -thec A
/ laska E>cpartment o f Fish
F uture sn
te r in S e p tem b er 2(X)3.I. “Peo
*T p le
IVo f shellfish every y ear,
a r ,:finished sedim ents o f the
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Kk after learning
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ite o p p o - th a t Prcsco p la n n e d to drill four
sk i on from l o ^ residcn
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state ag ency thmt
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y aaq u a r te r
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th e youngest p e r s o n U
to d lm b
th e h l^ ie st p e a k s oin
n ieach o f
th e seven c o n tin e n ts
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p le tln g th e f e a t wwhhen
i
sh e
rea ch e d the 29,035-foo
foot siun*
m lt o f M o u n t Even
on
Wednesday.
'A lo t o f p e o p le s ta
t a rt w ith
th is dream t h a t th e y w
v a n t to
cUmb the se v e n s u nm^ilts ,a n d
th e y d o m a y b e o n e) oo:r two,”
s a id Gordon Janow , dire
director o f
~ ^ p r o g r a m s fo r A lp in e Asc
A scentsin
. Seattle, v4Uch te d t hlee ejoMdi<
tlo n s o n F is h e r ^ las
la s t four
Sum m its
clim bs In th e S e v e n. Su
circuit.
A t 5-f00t-7, 130-p<
).pounds,
s o m e o f F is h e r’si fellow
clim bers initially' c osn
n ssld e re d
th e ^^%iihlngton S ta telU
U rn h w slt y stu d e n t to o w e a k t o0 cc(o n q u e r
a m ountain.
B ut h e r stea d fa stn e ss
ra te s h e r from o th e r s ii
30s, 40s and 5 0s w h o d o m u ld ’
p ie cUmbs, J a n o w said
tald. A nd
o th e r young'cU m bers1ate
a n mote
- likely. 10 get d ls tra c rted
te c with
school o r a n e w career,
l . hh B i ^ d
W ith th e C a s c a d e s i
training ground, F is h e r h
I
v eloped physical abllitlc
Uties th a t
e n a b le h e r t o c o m p le
le te a n
8,000-foot s u m m it m > a d a y
w ith o u t p ro b lem s, saa id I b d d
B urleson, p re sid e n t o f iA lpine
A scents.
In nearly 30 y e a rs o f climb*
<
i n ^ B urleson s a id Flsi
F ish e r is
likely th e s tr o n g e s t ffe m a le
cllm[>erhe)i c lim b e d w it
ith o u t*
s id e
of
w otrid-class
rld
professionals. H e w a sIw lith h e r
^^4len sh e re a c h e d t h es ssuu m m it
o f M oun t E lbrus o n th le
e RussiaR
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Cadet g ets
‘
reprim andI jfor
indecent a pdt
DENVER (AP)— A n Air
A cadem y c a d e t w a s gh
w ritten re p rim a n d Flrlds
rlday for
com m ittin g a n in d e cxe n t a a ,
o n e day a f in b e in g a c q[uhtedof
u it
raping a M o w c a d e t dduring
ui
a
f id d trip last yeac.
Senior B en jam in Kust
Iowa had been a c c u s e dI o f sexu*
aQy assaulting t h e w o miaa n .n o w
a n Air Force s e c o n d Ueute
uten an t.
drinking
alte r a night o f h e a v y drli
in a New Mesdco m o te l ro<
ro o m ln
M ay20M .
l l i e alleged v ic tim testified
tes
s h e awoke to l e is te r hav
lr in*
iving
te rcouise with h e r. A m ilitary
l
Jury foim d IQ ister n oItt guilty
{
jrt*mar*
T hursday during a court*
tia l b u t c o n v ic te d him
hin of
com m itting a n In d e c e nitactfor
t ai
having co nsensual se x w
it
withhis
girlfriend in th e s a m es rt>om,
n
w h e re oth er c a d e ts} were
asleep*
H e fiiced five y e a rs ini ppi* o „
a n d dism issal f r o m tthh ee Air
Force for the conv ictio nI., bi
b u t re*
ceived th e rep'rimiand hist*
istrad ."
evicwcd
T h e case m u st b e revii
t;y academ y S u p erln teniddeje n tU
G en . John R osa, w h10
o can
h e jury,
ch o o se to agree w ith th
re d u c e th e s e n te n c e o r set
asid e this flrtdlngs.
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liirU M y o in K «u ttito soale tiM M fhest peaks on 1
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2003, a n d tecallec
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is
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th a t b e lies th e aatti
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u n b e li e v a b le c o u r a g e o f c h i l d r e n ( h e e d \
t h e p o w e r o f t hh e h u m a n s p i r i t . C e le b ra te
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lenge a fte r wv inning
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th e f irs t' :
count a n d a m achine recount, I :
only to lose the
h e fin a l h a n d r e - : •
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in electi(i o n
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WENATCHEE, Wasli.
B oth sides delivered[d co s in g ar*
M ishlngton
g u m e n ts Friday In Was
:m or^ race,
s ta te ’s disputed govemc
/rors insistw ith Republican lawror
Ing th e results must: bDec'throw n
o u t to restore public faith
fait In t h e
ats a1 sking a
system u nd Democrats
ju d g e to uphold Gov.
V. C h ristin e '
Icionr.
Gregoire's 129*votevlcic
[an u u n t y
O n Monday, Chelan
idge J o h n
S u p e rio r Court Judg
Bridges will d edde whi
w ho^ rig h t
— a n d >^Q u
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T h e 2 3 » i A n n u a l C h i l d r e n 's M ir a c le N e tv
liv e f r o m S t . L u k e 's o n K S A W C h a n n e ^l 6^ ^ f a j d i l ', P h n n i n g
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inthuslostic a b o u t clim bing
specially w h e n o t a g e IS he
other. Jcromo Fisher, took h e
to0 clim b M o u n t B aker ii
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lorthw est W ashington.
.
"Wc d im b e d tw o pe ak sl uli
m e day. ... I h a t e d itl” shi
vrote. Her fa th e r declin ed* t<
>e quoted for th is story.
D espite a b u m p y beginnino
•Ishercotillnucd to c U m b ^ U
ICC father, a n d eventually, shi
vas hooked.
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c lim b in g
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im. 5, 2003, s h e b e g a n focus
[)g on' th e S e v en Sum m it:
se c o n d
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b re a k fa st
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in so n Massif in A ntarctica.
T h e previous re co rd holder,
rltto n l ^ h a n o f C onnecticti- S S l p i i H m
Jt, co m p lete d th e Seven
imimlts last y e a r a t age 22.
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ceshan, a g ro n d so n o f th e late
o b I^ csh o n , TV 's “C a p tain
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m om ent John K
Kevin H ines
J ^ p e d off t h e5 C
G olden G ate
Bridge, h e k n e w
V hhe’d m ad e a
i
mUt»W»
Hla ey es w e t .wi
w ith tears, h e
/ . ,m
h a d fln k ty c o nise
s e in te d to th e ' /
n aa;n d e d h im to
/ ; i
voices th a t c o m m
ta ltt h is ow n life.
e. But
1 a t 10:40
/ /
BJn. o n th a t o v eercast
rc
Septem U ., I m l!
b e r day. Just a s hhee catapulted B k / A w
over a 4 -fo o t-h ie h roiling and
■ b « a n h is fra n tic
l c fre e f ^ . the
college f re s h mtna n asked him '
^ - ^ W h a t d l d l j Juuast do? 1 don't
w a » tto d le ."
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I
. P lu n u n e tln g hhe:
e a d -firs t tow a id th e c h u rn in
Ing
g w aters 220
feet below, h e trlM
l e d to scream .
b u t th e fo rce oiff th
t e descen t
ro m his lungs.
sucked th e air firon
e u p h o ria as
H e felt a n o d d ci
w inds b u ffeted h lis
i s Ibody. But to
survive, h e k n e w h e h ad to right
■n
him se lf b e fo re hii illin g m e 'Most p«cple:
ir bbeauty;
th e mentally III
m opportunity for i rommtlo «
lie 9— th a brltlg»*s ip a d icu lar
<
water.
ihoose to icnore la that fitttlngt the
1 water a t th at speed le a 0
«rt,’ u l d Johr
ehirK tvtn HIhm. *Wh«t tliiy choo
A t la st, th e fo
fo:rm e r h ls ^
um. to rdie.'
K h o o l w re s tle r a ni d footbHU • « • « « » < » ■
n o s e u c U e tJp ppeecd h is h e a d jump, his fatl
painful m o n d ts leading uj
o f siu^dval is to hit
fath er t o o k h im b ack best: chance
chi
b&ck. p lu n g in g b>c!ow
ck
th e sur- to the sice a s a w a y to e x o rd se the wat
his le a p He tells h m v & j
water feet first, a t a 4 5-defa c e fe e t flrst. P
F ain raccd his pain,
I angle.
en ts a d o pted h im a t tige fl4 Mav
i!
greeani
throtigh h is leg s a s the im p act
Facing -' S
£ an
sslstant M arin 0 3 u n ty M eda hom eless couple >mo v
F ra n cisco's
Assist
fractured o n a n kkle
le a n d sn at- gleam ing s k y s c ra p e rs. H in e s leal Exa
b o th blpoloz. Yet his own
E x am ln erC ary H n d el. w ho
te re d tw o v e n e b r a e l In his lower dropped a pi
ease d id n o t surface for ye
n u m e ro u s
p iu p le tu lip to th e has a u to p s ie d
b n f tc.
water bdow
»w.. N o w h e re tu rn s jum pers,
per says m a jo r o rg a n s T hen h e began lo c u t him
' Hines o p e n e d hhi^
: u p to
is eyes to a cvcryycaron
tear aw ay fio m tissue an d
hiding th e woimds.
o n t h e d a te .
oftenn tc;
m u riy n c tn e rw b rld
rid,, his b roken
“j w as supj
On th e night before hisils
Jup a re. Three
o f 10 Jum pers suru p p o s e d to die,’* h e bone.
'Tl
b o d y rackcd b y fien
4 from
le rc c curren ts said.**lwantei
H lncs looked in th e mlrro
Ited t o d ie. Every day. vive the Im p ac t only to drow n
In th e 5 0 -d esree w
wai
ater. StUL h e thai Jum p p nro m p ts m c to asK. in the
e fri
fri^ d b a y w aters. Som e of his father's h o use a n d 0h*w ere
cou ld s e e o lifu s ec light
L
m d lsabove
w h o a m nfw
cw survivors h av e b e e n left
w hat he saw. T he volces'saic
W h y a m l? " '
‘ tliefewi
- years,
a n d h e a d e d fo r t h e su rface 40
w ith great
I nfare, th e G old- paralyze
h a d to die. S u ldde would
lyzed.
at fa
im sclf,
feet away.
from his family the burdet
,
cnG a^cBridg
ke 1Hines, m a n y survivors
d g e o p e n e d M ay 28. '
Like
“I rem em b er It like
lik e itw a sy e s- l937.W ]thinv
!t Ir
in m id a ir th e ir decision ' deallngw idi som eone so c r
n v rt» lc s.W o rId W a rl regret
terday: At th e to pp , ;1 to o k this veteran H aa r«o ld W o b b c r b e - to ju m p Still, d epre sse d people
M anic, tm able to sle e pijtm
Ht ip.
h u g e gasp o f air. hhie said. “It's came th e firs
w rote seven versions o fnao ^r a t
Irst su ic id e stad stlc seem1doraw
r n to th e span. Seidcn
h a le d
U k c lw a s rc b o m thai
h a t day.wilh th e s uipp tp o s e d last w ords: sold Jum
Jun pers e v e n drive across
d d e n o te before achievin
H ines vras Just 19.
lay Bridge to take their lives
tone dial wasn't so angry.Mdclhe
19.
-TTUslsasfar,
a ra s lg a "
thcBayl
ild lift
Its m a je stic o nrai n g e areh
Ycarbyyeaj
T he next m orning, as ahvi
atop th e G olden Gate,
B a r..th c toll m o u n t- from1ato
den
of
s p a n n in g S an F ra
n
rancisco
Bay. c d A San Fm
h
e
kissed
h
is
fadier's
che
id
d
e-b
o
rrie
r
advocates
got
F m n cisco E xam iner
Suidd
icnizy.
th e G olden G ate Brid
J r id g e h o ld s a story after th
oost in J a n u a ry w h e n
h e s o o th b rid g e sul- a boos
knowing h e’d shortly be abo
,H lncs
dubio u s d ls tin c d oa n as o n e o f cide In 1973
a bus heading for th e bridm
icmaker E ric Steel publicly
73 n o te d th a t " the moviem.
a sulth e world's m o s t ppoo p u la r sul- jum pers Indu
owledged th a t h e h a d qulH e bought a last m eal ofS
e lu d e d Janitors, a t- acknowl
ving a
d d e spots. Sincc 1937,
19
b rid g e torneys, d ish
nea rly tv«> d o zen
is h w a sh c rs. y o u n g . edy fllmecT
fllm
dcs an d Staibursts an d wept
offldols say, m o re th
t an 1300 mothers, colic
{c suid d ers th ro u g h o u t
i e bus. H e d e d d e d if anyt
th
jlle s e s tu d e n ts, s d - bridge
tlways.
peop le h av e m a d e! th e leap, n o t cmists, pedi
asked h im w hat w as wrong,
c d d le rs . la b o re rs, 2004 for
foi a n u p c o m in g docucounting th o se w h o w en t u n - socialists, b)u
ussln cssm e n , m o d - mentary
lary.
'wouldn't jtm ip
nodced o r w h o s e be
b o d ies w ere els. writers,. h o sp ita l p a tie n u .
ice th en . B ay A rea v a n sSince
He w tdkcd a b o u t mldv
qulcklyswrept to s eea.
a.
professors,
i
th e sp an an d stopp
Ition
o fficials
h a v e across
a c c o u n ta n ts , portatio
f ec t .
Only 16 have s turvived.
v ii
bankers a n d1 s>
larked $1.6 m illion o f th e Ilooking dow n a t th e water,
sw ingers."
earmarfc
e p to n
NOW23, H in es htas
a s , a titanium
n i c oldest
lilllon n e e d e d to stu d y a
Iing. After 40 m inutes, a tou
it pf e r s o n to g o over - S2 miUl(
cage in h is back . H e h as tw ice the rail w as
cr. 1The ta sk force seeks to w
y earing 'sunglasses nyone
a s a n 8 7 -y e a r -o ld ' barrier.
i
return ed to h o sp ita
ls to tre a t a man. th e youn
cals
the
rest.
\
proached: "Would you ta k e :
lu n g est a 5-yeor-old raise
b ip o la r d is o r d e r th o t c a u se s ^ | . thrown oovv er b y h e r s u id d a l
/chiairist M el B lausteln.
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picture?"
Psychi
u p se ttin g m o o d sw
sv ings. Yet Slh cr before
re h is o w n plu n g e, task force
fore p resident, said the
Hlncs took h e r snapshot,
to d a y he h a s a m is
sl
Ission.
unlike ■One co u p lea 1h e ld h a n d s a n d
bike p a tro ls a n d cm ert e w o m a n w alked off,
th
span'ss bi
th e o ne h e h a d S epL
p t ;25.2000.
jum ped to gj eett h e r follo w in g a gencyy pi
ph o n o s aret^'t enough,
t
dipught,
"That's it. I'm gol
Plis face freckled,
*d. his body last Idss. n e iv
ing o u t th a t e rec tio n o f N
I obody cares." He left hlsba<
v ss.a c c o u n ts say.
pointing
w eig h tlifter-stu rd yy,. he tak es
Jumpers are
jrs iat th e E iffc llb w er a n d
i
pack
o n th e bridge w idi a sl
a rc ric h a n d p o o r, barriers
tim e Irom h is a c tinn g studies to famous a n d1 oolb s c u re . T h w in- Empire
re S
ssaying; "The n ote is In here."
5 tate B uilding all b u t
h e lp prevent o t h eIS
r s :from op t- dudeR oyR ayr
ly m o n d . fo u n e fe ro f endedd isu icid e a tte m p ts ai
H e took a few steps ba
in g for w h a t hl e calls “a Victoria> Secrc
arks.
rm ad e a rtm toward th e ralU
c rc t a n d th e e ld e st those landm
lan
perm a n e n t s o lu d omn ito a tem - son o f form
fio \i^ officials ha v en 't ao n d threw h im sd f over. Alert
n e r W h ite H o u s e
Altho\i
*.,1''=
p o raiy problem ."
press secretary
hed a t building a blcy d c
b w lmesses. th e Coast Gut
ory P ierre' Salinger, blanched
by
H ines Is p a n o f a itask force in 1995. D uane
H ines says, th e
s
u te G arrett, a fu n d - safety’ barrier.
ba
scooped
h im from th e w ater
u r ^ g oQ Idals t o ec nr e a a sul* raiser an d frie;
10
nunutcs.
ally Ul a re ig nored.
1
rie n d o f Al G ore’s , mentally
i.-'® "
d d e B anicr o n t hl e Ilandm ark was found floi
Qoating u n d e r th e
SanI F ra n cisco S u pervisor
Later, Patrick Hines arrived
span. He h a s s p o k e;nn to
t n u m e r- bridge.
\m m iano. w h o serves o n
^M arin G eneral H ospital to
Tbm Anu
£ a
b u s g ro u p s a b o)u
u t how a
The sp an too
ard tlia t o v ersees th e
h son n e a r death. T he b
his
look o n a c ircus a t- a board
b anicttdc w o u ld prcvc
e v e n t b ridge m o sp h ereasth
ledged th e lack looked
l<
up: "I'm sorry. Dad."
to d
I t h e m e d ia s ta rte d bridge, acknow
ai
su ld d e s, w h id i n low
o w average countdow ns1 tto t h e 1,000th ofpolitlc
litlcal will" to e rect a b arJohn Kevin H lncs said h e h
Jiiito
■ a b o u t o ne every tw t>
fovweeks.
recoided jumpi
n per. A d isc Jockey rien
c o n te m p la te d suicide twi
OfBdols have loDng
n g resisted promised a cas
Issue o f su icid e still since
si
dial da y — o n ce consi
ca se o f S n a p p le to
'T hic
e L
/e d a t
InstallinK a b arrier,
r. dc tln g the the family oiff th
t e Jum per, a n d
uncom fortable."
eering a le ap from a 20*slo
makess pcople
pc
cost, a fear o f c o m
m p ro m isin g local lu m b3er
e ry ard
w o rk e rs
illnes
i en d y sp oke ab o u t
es rec
b u i l ^ ^ H e also has scarr
th e bridge’s p ro file a n d d o u b ts formed the2 " G o ld e n G a te dcpresslo
sslon to a g ro u p o f Bay hhim self w ith a box cutter. I
o v e r w h e th e r
ddei
e te rm in e d U apcrs A ssodi
ccnagers.W nen th c m o d kknows his ba ttle w idi m ental
td a d o n ." w a g e rin g Area teen:
i h ai d
Jum pers w ou ld n ’t Jusi
lu st go else- o n U ie d a y o fth
o f h is Jum p, th e
n e sscondnues.
f th c n c x tju m p ,a c * crator- told
to
twicc
vrtierc.
cording to bridj
gasped. Later, yo u th s
-idge h isto ria n s.
crowdI gc
But th e re are also shlnii
Hines know s t h eI terrible
tc
alFinally, autho
fo n V a rd to h u g h im .m a k nm om ents th a t fu d his fig hnsidth o rid e s h a lte d t h e cam efon
t
lure the b rid g e h oaid
l d s for the official c o u n t aait 9 97 o s m e n ta l- Ing Hlncs
ines b lu sh over his dark
At o n e a n d -su ld d c fimd-rai
severely d e p ressed .■
ity.
e;
ts b1: e g a n e d u c a tin g ccTcbrity.
. , ,
heailh experts
cr, a 16-year-old boy showi
r. He
“M ost p e o p le s e e! t h e brid g es the public o n t h e tra u m a su feveryone u n d e rsta n d s, h im a beautiful color photi
Not evi
spectacular b e a u tyr;; tth e m en* fcrcd by Jumpei
friends h a v e m e lte d
gi
pers.
Many fri
gra p h o f th e G olden UlliUGa
tally 111see a n o p p otrtu
r^ ty fo ra
H ie faU fron
B
o m th e b rid g e —
away. His religious g ran d m o th Bridge h e h a d just purchased
ro m a n tic w a y o u t."
t." he said , comparable to ai J u m p o ff a 2 5 - c r Insistec
sted h e c o m m itte d a sin.
a silent aucdon w ith S300 oIning
fh
“W hat they c h o o s e ttoo ignore Is story b u ild in
H lncs p e rs is ts in th e
o'
n g — fa sts f o u r
But HI
o w n money.
th a t hitting th e w a te r a t th at seconds, says
ly o f sp re ad in g a n a n d ays p s y c h o lo g is t Uierapy
T he y o u th h a d con sld e n
^ e e d Is a g ru e so m ee w ay to Richard Selden,
m e ssa g e .
O ften, tl
en . th e lea d in g re - suicidee
th e sam e leap. He wante
lotosearcher o nI s: u ic id e a t th e families
» oof b rid m lu m pers tryH ines to sign his picture. Him
H ines sp e n t a m lo
o nn th tn th e Golden G ate.
; im p a c t, th e Ingtoim
imaagine th e ir loved one's autographed
ai
2. At
th e back o f d
hospital recovering uiro
o m h i s l n - body b traveiin
lin g 7 5 m p h . R ibs last mlom
om ents a sk h im to d e - gpi h ^ , at th a t m om ent ^ 5 *i ^
juries. For a year, h e avoided and vertebrae
what it's like to s um d o n
bi
a e o f te n s h a tte r, scribcwh:
th e towering Art D e c o sp an . O n puncturing luni
in e s a n d o th e r o r- dial prcdj
"Stay up," h e w rote. "An
th e flrst an n iv e rsalary
[ered
iy o f his g a n iA s w ithI H
H,in e s, a J iu n p c r’s
I'sw
n<
Thai's
w hen H in es relates th e
never
look down."
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o n this D utch
■nr^, police said
C ax ib o e an
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:ch troops and
PoUce. D utch
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taJeeHoQoway.lB.
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were
D o m p lg said authorides
autl
the background
two Surinamese
veoftheN edierd they dropped
o U daylanbm re
dined to call the
saylngtheyw ere
a n d sto ry o f two
terest?' but sakl
m e n o n d a n a d vdie
e e m ost imporla n d s w h o sakl tl
h e r o f f a t th e HbUd
iking diligendy,”
d o w n M o n d w . "I want even-D o m p ln g declln
heir breaths for
m e n suspects, sayl
irs. There will be
‘to e iso n s o f Intere
after this weekin e m e n w e r e " th e
to n tle a d ."
setotheinvcsd*W e a re vvorkin
5 duee m en — ’
D o m p ln g sakLddents
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between
b o ^ t ^ o U didi
id 2 S — loldpoth e noifl 24 h ours.'
ken Holloway to
d e v d o p m e n ts aRe
lorthwestem tip
e n d .”
dropplngherolf
A n o ff id a ld o s e t
g ju lo n said die; Paul
di Reynolds,
^ a l A ru b a n resklc
d sfK uri^ camt n e a g e s o f l8 a nihow
d 2 Holloway
lice t n ^ h a d taken
h otd d ia tn lg h t.
a b e a c h a t d ie nort
to corruncnt on
o f A ru b a before dro;
a t th e h o te l
B u t h e r u n d e , Ri
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re tu m ln g lo th e h o t
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re in ju re d in
c la s h e s betw een
n pi o lice a n d
rotestlng vote*
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a n d "Free B ectior
donsl" w h ile
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with s u c h slo*
g a n s a s 'D ow n w
wiith r o b b e r
g o v e m m e n tl” Some
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th th
p lc tu rc o f Bush with
tl e in s c rip d o n : “W b w ant fitwdo
CKiom!''
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n te n d e d to
d r a w atten d p n to th
d o n 's p u sh for ■c&S-TS;
clci
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re fo r m s a n d access
c o n tr o lle d telcvisli
op p o siU o n parties
c u s e d authonties o f r
O c to b e r 2003 preside
‘ tio n w h e n P r e s e nS t II
su c c e e d e d his late fa
d a r Aliev, and d m i m d e d
L&
l f a u d ln th o
c h a n g c s to pievcnt
p a r i l a m e n t ^ vote.
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uy ofQdals said
th a t Syria test-flrc'
fired th ree Scud
-missiles late lost
w
it week,
relnforcin g IsracU woi
w orries a b o u t
D am ascus' abUlty
Uty to d elircr a
missUo-bome chcm
chc lcal attack
against Israeli d v ilian targets,
I n e y said o n e ooff th e mlMlles
bro k e u p o v e rT \ukcy.
iu k
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UU
] l t ^ said ap*
pa ren t missile dcbi
Icbris from Syria
landed o n tvra ac^culturol
aa
villages in the south'
u tn cm province
o f Hatay, causing
lg nr o injuries o r
dam age,
Ish F ordgn Mlnisuy ofA H ukisI
fld o l said
d SI y ^ h a d a j » t o ^ ^
fo r th e in
'niricey it w
w as "just an acddcnt"
u r re d during routine
th a t occui
training.
m ilitary tra
ofHcAils said
' , Israeli 'scKnirtty
'si
Ue test waa Syria's first
th e missUe
sin c c 2001.
II.
th ey saw the
T h e y said
si
lau n c h es a s a Syrian gesture of
d e fiance to
tc the United States
Jnited Nations.
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AU Kerimli, leader o f
^ I ^ n t o f Azerbaijan,
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u n w illin g diploniatt iIn
since ju d g e d
U .N . tribunal has sine
g to
u n law fu l, according
tc o fB o a ls
in v o lv e d .
d eputy sa y s
A f o rm e r Bolion dc]
staiy o f s ta te
th e U.S. undersecretar
fe lt Jose Bustani “hac
'had to go.”
p a rd c u la tiy becausc
tl Brazil*
« the
n d cI h e m lc a l
la n w a s trying to send
T8 to
w e a p o n s Inspectors
( Bagh*
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d a d . T h a t m J ^ t hiivi
aver allegfed
, ;.
d e f u s e th e c n r a ova
I r a q i w e ap o n s an
d u n d e rmd
m in e d a U.S. radonale
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te o f J u s t
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m o v e d b y a. vote
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session o f
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ir th
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tli e P r o h iUV
W ea p o n s
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(O FC W ). a t which th
diee U n ite d
d rm is m a n . \
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ng fo r h i s
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a g e m e n t in calling
o u ste r.
jn s’ h lrfie s t
T h e U nited Nations'
ju n a l l a t e r
o d m in istn itiv c tribun
a io n a s a n
.- t. v ;
c o n d e m n e d the actioi
)lation- o f
“u n a c c e p ta b le vlolat
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trm a n n o w — —
m il* j t a n “unfottunati
oate p r e c e :
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d e n t” a n d Bustani at “m
“a a n w ith
m e rit"
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ie IU .& d e l■
;
r
e g a tio n didn't wantt m e d d lin g
firom o u tsid e in the} Iraq
In b u s ldred S w iss
...
,
n e s s .” s a id th e rctiret
Reim arm .
^ l o m a t . H elniichI Rc
“l i i a t c o u ld b e the case
ase."
B olto n li handling o f th
tl e m tiltila te ro l show dow nI ta
takes o n
a d d e d significance noi
now as h e
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a te 'c o n flrlo o k s f o r U ^ . Senate
m a t i o a a s early as thtdisi
sw eekas
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k
o n t h e in te rn a tio n a l s t a g e .
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a n d a s m o re detalli
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e m e r g e d In A ssodatet
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in te r v ie w s a b o u t wha
p e n e d in 2002.
A spolcesw om an told.
DidAP d i a t
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low p ro file
B o lto n , k eeping a lew
jf lr m a d o n
d u rin g
h is
conflr
tw c o m p ro c e s s , w o u ld have■ ni
m e n t f o r th is artide.
B o lto n h a s b een cridd
itid ie d fia r
s tip p o s e d buUying of
olDplals aw Tfor efi
g M t h e m S r e d Bustani,
I s e n io r
n i,a
o fficia l u n d e r tbe U l'J.u
j . u m b rd *
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b hhiim a n d
{g
th ie a te c i n g to n e w ith
aund.”
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“tr ie d t o o ra e r m e aroun
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o f f lI ^ c e t n w
II
r more
o f 2 7 .5 0 o n
w er
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i,
m j e n n g g u l r e d MJ ij m c k s a n d L o a d
it^ rre slm a d o n .’
m cnt^
O ppo
p posltlon le a d e r Panakh
cinll s a id A liev’s governHuselnl
m cmIt w
v o u ld n o t allow free
dectlon
Jons — to its o w n peril
“ThCi
h e Aliyev reg im e wUl never
allowf tax
fn d c c d o n s , a n d it will
m eann i(
its e n d ,” HusclnU said
T h e! rev
rcv o lu d o n Is Inevilable."
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—
Syrian in form ation minis
n ister o n
^ t u r d a y den ied Isradl
•U di aim s
his c o u n tiy is devdopin;
ling new
w e a p o n s a n d test-fired
e d Scud
mlssUes la st week, caUlr
ilUng th e
ac c u sa d o n s a n “express!
s s lo n .o f
Isra e li h o stile Intentions.'
ns."
I n re n m rk s carried by
tiySyria^
ofQclal n e w s agency, M
t ahdl
D akhlallah said th e l ^raeU
e l aUeg a d o n s w e re also p a n o f a
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ase. th e Id a h o
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he FBI y ou c an talk to'w idi thi
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asserdon
diat
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onitor
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^n enorm ously p o p u lar prcsi9iT hat is why excessive
live official
' N EC ’s “Tbc
ninai consplraw
^lent and. p artly a s a
secrecy Is always suspec
ipect an d
a sta te Jo in
f slth e Oval Oflicc. told
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why d ie isolation o faa pi
president
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sh o w h ew B s'In
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le o01f advisdio u g hDfshodc”
i m,
a t learning it
. letn am w as p o u red dow n diiiee
ers can lead to abusei o
off pcnN'cr.
I, because "I never
iwer."
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view o f
t anybody in such a poIn diesc com m ents. Ameri1wlint I^lt did in becomli
)inlnga
fsen sitlv i^ in tlie Justice ^ ans b o m in th e 70s. ’ 80s, am
ndd
sourcc fur die Wntergutc
jate rePat Bment
ud. w ould breach contOs c a n le a m tw ry th ln g diey
lypass
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ten to William Hiickelshi
Ishaus.
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ra.
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ge
notliinghci
peechwriter. told
T he m in d w t th a t created entjn-.
h e followetl tho example
iple o f his
faith w ith
y att Lauer, "There's
mies lists, d ie blind loyalty to
s" M
Jra.
to ta
boss, d ie late lUliot lUdii
Idiardson.
th c ia w .sn
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II Interere. A fdiibaldC ox.W lienIir
ation
vjjjQ
jc h t e n d e n d e s a r e iio t unique
]u e * viewed nuckelshaus lust week.
, Colson
ai o ut to a NbconVashingtonPosL"
Into
h e said there w r c obvio
>o n e W hite House: they go
iviousdanIth d ie territory. They m ust be
be
gers w hen "somebody
y w ho is
n added that Felt "broke
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resisted by m e n
involved in a n Invesiigiit
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to)nsdousty
o
id %vomen o f c o n sd en c e
Felt >vas involvc-d in ihe
1
lie FBI's
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ti States. If you're a
with
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con
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and
1
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f
w y '
3f th e Watergate
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in
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proccss.
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tiradon, w hat ore
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arges.w hois
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^you?"
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dw1h atw h lsd eMark Felt did
blowers n{^ed !t o d' a He took his
inform adon toI reporters
n
who
diligently d ug up
up th e evidence
to support h u well-founded
vn
suspicions,
c w as saved an d
TneRcpubUc^
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tiie public vwilIserved
s<
chanan still d o n t
Colson an d Bucli
ilumes about
get it speaks volu
them .
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David Brodcr's
ts davldbrodcT<^u
9washpost.
corn.
gate a criime, but not
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ill Waterg
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h e ro lc itprgo a: te w a s d i e ‘g o o d
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R id ia rd Nix
:p o n e rs b ro u g > itd o w n
S o d ieb eolu d ity v U la in o u s
W .M arkFel
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bc^ngcheer
! b e la te d rev e latio n d io t
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«ablisl>meni
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rJo tsm pler n t — e v e n if th o se
o u n d 0 b it like la st
in g io n P o «
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ost ran seven
d ie front c-pattingartides
pa|
O ldM ediaJt
lay. Induding two on
is-"T hroatpage.
1 But others in the
la joined in. too: F d tr
at"^led oil three nightly
st new s shows and
countless odier news
th c F c lts to
n m ostly Ubcr^
ir die
w alk dowm
n ainstream
I'
m edia—
lan e , to dito
ie 1ry isa d ia n c e to
1970s. befon
m happy-m em ory
n e w s an dhedihalcyon days o f tlie
Nbcon \vosp
■fore talk ra d ia cable
a lis m w a sIdieblogosphere.Y
nt
es,
e n tre n d icisdpresident,
I
but liberCongress.
s nevenheless
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i n l 9 7 3 . t ii.i e i
m ^ r a t s w;n
e nWatergate em pted
lie m edia and tlie De. o ^ E iSMjrc
d
ready.
u n d e r John
F ichlbaldC ax,a
nan.A
b ro u g h t In
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VD
in F Mjnnedy. was
n from Harvard to do
]
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idlings
'leiise.
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ed
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the FBI.
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I
DC. h e vras forced to n a m e yet
c t ' as \w ll a-s l.yndoii Jolmso
nson's
lodier
loyal
Dem
ocrat.
Leon
w
iretapping
o
f
B^irry
Goli
Joldwaier.
i
in N
ivorski,
to
finish
th
e
job.
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today's
m
ore
diverse
n edia
icm
Cox.
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iKiok
anot
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is
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seller.
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liite H ouse tap e s prove diat.I.
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sent. Felt
Le
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n
is being lionLr.ed. hui he's
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ly d«
IS a n y sense o f perepective in
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M
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Nbcon’
s
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ere
cornwas
convicted
o
f
ordering
ring FBI
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red to d iose o f oth er
agents to burgle Ihe hoim
om es o f
sld
e
n
ts.
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a
n
im
presslonpolitical
dissidents.
wiiic
le tee n back th e n . 1
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t' w hat
sc to
parej
n e m b e r th e ch airm a n o f die
le
Nbcon's m en were guilty
0
ty oHf
presi
Itergate investigating com And after decades ofdc
fdenlal.
able
nee. Sen. Sam Ervin. D -N.C,
at 91. now he com es fonv
^nvard —
renie
[daring th a t d ie scandal \vas>
o r at least his daii^iterr dc
does, o n
Wate
1d ie stroke-ridden man's
b
:e greatest tragedy diis counI'sliehalf,
m i»t
h a s ever suffered, (\vorse
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nity r^alr.
deds
in)
die
Civil
War."
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d
ie
dme.
ic.
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Woodward's
Roiina
na (get all
"die]
th e glory for ihi.s. but we
c
ve could
trytok
hi diose w ords to liean.
isdy bccausc diere w as no
m ake at least enouKli moi
m oney to
than)
cc in d ie m ed ia to sbnply
pay som e bills."
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^ o ut loud in derisive reWoodward, o f tourse.
e. Kuts
m ost
inse.
monc7 as well a s glory,’, A
Jfi
After
ypice
vras w orse than
clcx'ades' worth ()rl)<ii>kar
k an d
l a uVatergate
^
d eath o f 600.000 people In
movie deitls. he an d O ul 1
Bernspon:
W ar Between th e States?
stein sold tlielr |i.ipers for S5
Wa
million. Some o f that wva
,\valth
dierse
di d ia n ih e D ep io sio n ?
dieV,
VVbrsi
•
H
com es from die
c
c delibcmre
"embellisliment" offdie
d Deep
lliro at leg en d accordingtoW
ac
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w ho dem onstrau
aied th e physical'
im plausibility o)ffm
i any o f the
clo:ik-and-dog^i
{cr details of
co u n t— the
Woodward's acxo
ots. th e m arked
m oved flovrerpot:
new spapers — in
In his 1993
u dt"A ndT taiolK )ok."lW pT hid
te.com — aW eb
thy.Noah o f Slate.
site owned. Intere
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enougli, byTheW
lU^ishlngton
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te o fo d ie ru n tm dis.
W bodwordalI=Orexample.W
ways describedDDeepT liroatos
aheavysm okcr.
d t was n ot a
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Voodword m ight
-smoker. WliUeWo
call diLs faux detal
ta ila p le c c o f
"necessary misdln
Un.“cdon," In . •
order to protect a :
snappetf, "I call itit conscious
1
fabrication, litm.•ever
w trivial"
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r trivial But
s not
n e id ic r w a s ita1nA/ rmageddonlike trium ph o f jood
g0( over e v il' '
But for sure, it[ rcpicsented
n
nark o f die
tlie hlgli-water me
MSM. before ils tklc
tit rolled out.
dniiiiLHl away by'nnew tech n o to gy. We shall n ot see
set diat sort o f
unidin.'ctlonal me<
ledia-flood
agiUn.
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lovers during d ie Itevnluli'
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e com m end]
o d Idaho
Congressmai
cnanM lke
ondhissutC f
Sim pson and
fo r s o m e vroricin
sustained wo
tack lin g th
e long-stand
anding
B o u ld e r-W
ite a o u d s'
j d ihwilder*
n e s s issue,
id uwdiiich
es Indu
la n d s w ith in th e Sowto
wiooth Nationol Recreation Area.
W
REA D ERCX )M M
IM1E N T
Scott Phllllpi
Ups
How ever, th ere Is a nm ajor
p ro b le m w ith th e C entral
ent
Id a h o E co n o m ic Develi
nrelopment
a n d R ecreatio n A a — aspedll*
cally th e unaccep tab le'
d v e aw a y s o f p re d o uusSNRA
sS
la n d s fo r d c v d o p m e n t (0
C u ste r C o u n ty a n d th
ih ee'd ty o f
Stanley. T h e se 162 acres
cre sin
th ree p a rc e ls n e a r Stanl
tonleyind u d e c r u d a i elk w inter
itering
range. VaUey Creek Chli
:hln o o k
sa lm o n a n a steelhead
id hh a b lu t.
w etlan d s, a n d w orldId
d a ssS a w to o th views.
) is th e
PubUc Law 92-4001st
legal c o rn e rs to n e whicl:
lic h c s ta b U s(ied lh eS N R A in l9972.The
72
It th
la w d e a rly suites th at
tli e prim a ry p u rp o s e s o f theeSNRA
Sl
h o in atural,
will b e to p r e s e r v e tho
oral,
scenic, historic, p astoni
3nal valwildlife a n d recreationa
IS. 1
T h e key
ucs” fo r all Am ericans.
.
p o int: T h e SNRA w assccsstab Ilshed a s a ‘ natio n al’
lo ta s a
rc crcatio n are a a n d not
clopm ent
local “e c o n o m ic dcvdoi
pear legally
a re a .' I t d o e s n o t appeai
jlcctetTofa p p ro p ria te fo r an y cicc
policy
fld al (o ta k e a pubUc: po
lecongressta n ce o p p o site o f the
ci
rit oc f
slonal in te n t a n d spirit
Public L aw 92-400.
.
lep.Sim
p. W e stro n g ly urge Rep.
nguageor
s o n to rem o v e an y langi
p o rt o f h ls bill in d u d in g th e
SNRA la n d giveawayss th at
w o u ld im d e rm in e o r■substansul
esfo
tlolly im p a ir th e values
(i r
w hich th e SNRA w as estabest
I
Ushed. T h e A m erican public
pu
fnSNRA
h a s in v e ste d heavily in
S
cc 1972,
la n d p ro te c d o n s. Sincc
I
Ulon taxapprox im ately 65 miUioi
illion in
pay er do llars ^ 7 .5 milliG
-L etters
» ld e n t
Letter made accli
a more painful ev
event
I
letterfrom
vould like you
u sb a n d re-
uchconS ince th e re is s o much
troversial ta lk a b o u t Wal'
iVal-Mart.
1 th o u g h t I w o u ld a d d1 m y tvro
cents.
'
I c a rm o t im d e rsta nid
dw
V* y
so m e o f th e p e o p le o f M
Miagic
Valley a re o p p o ^ toI h aa > ^
a^c
W al-M art c o m e to Magic
Valley.
1 fo r o n e w o u ld th innkp
k |: eo p le
w o u ld lo o k forvrard to0 m
having
it here.
W e n e e d jo b s in M ad
e
iglcVal>Iy]obs.
ley, a n d it w o u ld supply]
As Car a s w h a t It sells oeii
being
9giveaway
gdfbrIdaho
S lm p S O fl'S |
^ u se h c fd t
> reckless
Id u a lo n a
u e r to find th e
ro lo fh lsb lk e
n o t needed
C ongressm
man Simpson h a s flrmlly produce
ced his giveaway of
to cnrich a
y o u r public lands
la
p o o rld a h o ccounty.
o
Almost
y in
ev cry c o u n ty
l die west borderupervlsorw as
in g p u b llc lam
mds would w dcom e
.use h e old
h is largess off
ifprim edevdopa t t t e oIBce
m e n t fin d . Custer
Cu
County is n ot .
a n d offered
a lo n e in want!
n tln g h d p D o w e
tim e d id he
c itizens o f Idol
laho want to
•of-Ieaving
a w a y o u rh e ;ritageorpubIlc
rii
la n d s fo ra teem
n ponuyshotin
le m e f a n d
th e a r m f o r a ccounty short o f
m d family
w ater? It Is too
00 bad diat Custer
stn ig h tm a re
Cotmcyisisolii
Dialed and too dry to
iw M U ^his^
b ev iable.M aybe
ay it should Just
ly s before his
Join Blaine Coi
ijunty to share the
■s a d . t r a ^
w ealth,
uvesw lthln
Thccxingres
ressmon^ wildcrits to add the dry
.
J
nessbiH w ants
ite d tlh a d .
d c s c n b lg g une
m wintering area
In regard to th e letti
.
. .
.
inotim- ■ c a s t o f t h e ast
^ i Fork ofthe
MichdfeElaIng, I wou
piMe of land li part o l.
u
A scenfo viewr of
ol Parcel B In the Valley Creek
>k uplands
near Stanley. The 6964cre
6
r a d g a llo a
S alm on Rlvcri
to know that m y husb
irtodicwUdemess
{(
Eeonomfe Development a
th a proposed ao
aora tg e that would go to focaltl covemmenU
In th e Central Idaho
Id
tim ied to th e s c c n e to
;w oiildprcdude
sy stem .T hisw
. Recreatfofl Act.
rt.
law enforcem ent bneoricride
ca
ra n m improve
v c m c n tsto h d p big
. . . . I
h e was a w itness toinreg b e h ln d
g o m can aso im
g c grouse. The East
tiave b e e n wisely
fltsw illb
1 b ec e n h a n c e d fo r the.
2005 alo n e) ha^
Wc urge all Am ericans to
driving by a n indlvidu
d e rfo ra n e x R arkofthcS oli
a m o n River Is alStanley
y ccc
om m unity if th e adjas p e n t to p u rcchh ase
t land or accontact m e Idaho congressloi
m otorcyde. only later
im e while
rea d y saved by
bybeing part o fth e
a s e m e n ts on
ce n tlrrcp
l
replaceable
a ssets
sc e n ic eeaj
aa]l delegation a n d Congress
rider had lost control
i
oIBc?
S aw to o th Natl(
monalRecrcadon
a rc els within th e
rem ain
in public SNRA ow ner1 in
p riv ate la n d ppai
a n d Insist th a t there be n o
a n d lost his life. Ihelm et
A rea. T h e SNR
>RAallows range
i^ent subdivisions
ship. Com
k>ntlnued p ro tc c d o n o f
si
SNRA to p rcvcr
SNRA
land giveaways u n d e r
T he reason his sup<
a
n
d
friends
im
provem
ent
i
)t
while
furthering
th e scenic
:nic views, rip a ria n ecolqj
a n d c o m m e rd
r d al
i develop*
anycircum
stanccs. U nprindw ith him w as becausc
h c y fea ry o u
w ild e m e ssre
a
[CTcadoninmostof
ogy.wildli
ildilfe a n d flsneries will
n| regression td commerolc
m en ts.
pled
n o t have a vehicle a tti
hard cnvirorunen(h e area. Dletia
d,
A few locallooffllc ia lsln S ia n tran slaitcto
te I slg n iflc o n tec o developm
ent o f SNIVMands i
where h e retu rn e d le
ani
o
n
c
drive
4
alistsd
o
n
o
tlil
1
like
the
present
crr C
n o m ic bencQts
bci
for local
]c
le y a n d C u s ie
t o u n ^ support
legally
wrung, financially b a d
to drive him . A t n o ip
tinh o n d ty '
worked out
m a n ag e m e nitt plans
r
bushiessc:
sse s 50 a n d 2 00 y e ars
vv an d ethically
a c q u irin g th e} 162
1( acres for
think h e w as guiltyg0th
f ' e public
ward
uoUc m c c d n ^ o f
w ith m a n y pub
ent.
_ d o w n thhee road.
:
A dditionally, in
ni
c o m m ercial developm
dei
th e scene."
unconscionable. F utim ; genei
diverse groups
ps. Is the congressI
lo ccal dtize n s in ' sectioni66ocfP u b llc L a w 9 2 .4 0 0 ,
at
"niey .accu selo
I c a n U n u ^ e A Ite som
^
ations
deserve proper
e mom a n 's backrooi
» m plan better
|j
(not
th ere aro
c
re objectives
fo r th e
s t ardship o f d ie SNRA now
o p p o sitio n off NIMBY-Ism
N
stew
ig a n d o ld ,
th a n o n e w o rk
i out will) all the
rked
ard).
“restoratic
ation a n d m ain ten a n ce
f d t w hen th e ir woret
in m y b a c k yard
ik ni o t
ISCr a m otorpublic? I think
w th
o f th e histi
listoric se ttin g a n d
T h is shallow
i inking is crrocam e true after wltnes
Scou PMlllps o f Hailey is a
peeds
T h e high coL
ountry ofthe Boulneo u s. P roclous
m s h ard-w on
backgrour
o u n d o f th e f r o n t i e r ____ „ retiredIbrcsCService and Saw
riding within th e days
id c o im ty
dc ran d W h ltetc«Qoud m ountains...................
death. I'm sure thisvsac
type tow n o f Stanley."
to National Rccrcation Am
ranch-typi
SNRA p u b lic la
lain d s belong to
tooth
c th e ri^ t
a n d d ie rest 3fdicSN
of I
R \arcall
has
alfectcd
m
a
n
y
live
oil A m ericans aojrid a rc our
A sconci
employee
who served as dis­
)n cem ed Forest Scrvice
er.
■om mineral entry.
public toads
w ith d ra w n fror
o u r community. re diem c o m m o n n a tim
uraJ heritage. This
la n d m anagers
ani
persed
recwation rruinager
w ho w o rk ed .
pt
E xisdng validI mining
n
claims are
HSTM
In addition to yoOm
is a n a tio n a l Issue,
issi n ot to be
profession
from
ilonally o n th e SNRA o r
fn 1968 to 1991.
pcrty right and
a p riv ate propc
,
qucsUons th a t w erehnc
d e d d e d b y thJCe sh
i ort-term ecoth e Saw
Other signers o f the letter an
tow tooth Forest supervio gets be-!
w o u ld rem ains
n so under a
swered from th e invcsi
n o m ic d e sires
s oof a n y particular
s o t’s office
flcc, w c speciflcally
ly veltldc
w ilderness desi
former
Sawtooth Forest rangei
fo
eslgnaiioa Theresuch as:
Id a h o d t y o r ccoi
ounty. Priynlizarecom m
and
li
jtv ro m a y b c
fore ,n o c h an igc
g c would be
n eern d th a t Rep. S im p so n
at public land supervisors,[t and
•W
hy
would
som
eo
tlo n o f p rim e SNRA
S^
lands is a
reconsider
ccongrcssman's
le n t.A n ‘acachlcvetL T hcc
eluding
Ralph Cisco, Tbm
Ider th e land giveaways.
c/i
dow
n
(he
road
looking
totally in a p p ro
p
roprialc
m eans lo
j f th e giver
xled ^ tlie resl*
take every
bill is n o t needt
Kbvallcky.
Allan Ashton, Davit.
Kc
Iveaways c aru io t b e
^
over his right shoulder
o n e n d to achlei
devc wilderness
taken oiuu to
t <fC IE D R A .th e n w e
Arholeofldnlia
safely an d
d e n ts o f th e wh
Hoefer,
Carl Pence. Dcon Wells,
Hi
jfontended am o u n t o f tlmi
d e sig n ad o n .
ic d d c n t
RICHARDANDERSON
Al
lejf
, . •
strongly
rocom m end th a t th e •
y re
y<?j Jones, Ed Bloedel and Fran
i
weaving th m u ^ tro IB
i
L o n g -term ec
eC'o n o m ic bene■for
H ailey
bill b e roje
Rowland.
rejected.
Rc
* Why not w ear a h e
ivhen m any family one
Idsuggest It bccause thc>
.
P a r e n
I -------------------- ---m ay h u n yourecUT u
■am
• Why w ould som•un,
eo Playful Parenting Prograr
I know o n e t h i n s Wc have
g n cotm trics, I
sides m olost
st o f th e b u s in e ^ e s
m a d e in foreign
a tsp e e d so v e r7 0 m pa hunlqua thr«*.part
fer1low -paying salaries
pc
people who a re wuiing to wor
o n ly offer
v « )u ld a g ree w>vith
il m o st folks. I
streets, cn danraringivld«s
th Ume In each
If we only let b usinesses com t
c m o n th e Issue
anyway.
a g re e w ith th em
andthem sdvcsT c m d child sctMty. a
In, a n d 1 say let th e m so p e o ­
le tW a l-M a rtc » m e to
in,
w e n e e d to sell
lUIw h a tism a d e
L et'slet!
It saddens m e th aexercise
t s(
and a parenc
ple can provide for their ow.
MagicVallt
/alley a n d h e lp o u r
pli
in A m erica, b u ty
t ouknow ,
torcydc riders, yo u n9plu
g a that will b a
lamllics.
th e r e is so m uch
ic h outsourcing
people,
seem to think bccausc
fety.'nurturing. Infant
Cheap
pay, yes: foreign
a n b et t h c /r o n o t
<
a n d . fo r th e 'mlo
o ss t p a rt, you go
You c an
cydc can go u p to spec
If
with
crying and
made, yes: hungry, no.
mi
going to>mm ove m a n u fa c tu rin g
t o a n y sto re a n d A nd th e
3UIexceeding all d ty a n d c
Is required.
GINGER
DEY
<
s a m e ite m m ade
ad c In a foreign
p la n ts too ^M agic Valley to h a v e
4rea
speed laws, they h o vstration
el
coim try.
ons w ork a n d th e n sell
IVvln Falls
A m ericans
to test their luck o n pul
S o W il.M art.5
t . y o u ju st
toW al-MVlart
ai o r a n y o th e r sto re
_
w here they c an injure i
for less
h e re In th ee valley, let a lo n e
sclvcsandothcrs. Oft 5:30 ta 7:00pm
9
c a p p e d In o n selling
sel
an?
Every one o f us w H
ho
ire1ln th e U S A .
■
b ^ u s e it's mlodc
a d w ith chcap
an yw here
eel Cenur- Educebon Center
igcrs
hind the w heel o f a nepRoom
yV
ive got to re m e m b e r
jfl
We have
labor.
o n e t h i nl e 'T hese p e o p le th a t
s ,/n takes the chance th a t VI
S
Tb feed o u r hhuu n g ry in Magic
Involved In a n ac d d e n t
a re m o n e y
V
Valley, w e n e edd it
1 he re.
hav e b ig^bbusinesses
t
ivid
d d c m ’ isw hcnvt«tak(
T h e re is n o t[ m u c h offered In
n d they will sto p a t
V
h u n g ry aanc
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sp o k esm an In th e GazaI Strip.
St
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leaa d e r M ahW hile a c c u s l ^ Abbas
c
isofvlofnoud Abbas o n S a tu rd a y .
la tin g u n d e rsta n d in g s! o the
.mcentary d e c p ostponed narllam
cease*flre a g reem ent,
t> Abu
ly. giving his
(ions Indcflniiely.
Z u h ri in d ic a te d that H
Hamas •
vmbaiUed l-aiati pa]
party tim e (o
w ould c o n tin u e (o hono
inor the '
halt polldcul Intlgl
itlg h tln g a n d
truce. H e s a id o nly thatt Abbas'
A
sho re up su p p o rt
a
d e d s io h m i ^ t h a rm relo
-elodons
Kfowlnj;
ch allent
from
w ith H aih as.
1loinas.
A bbas reac h ed th e ceas
Tlic Islamic mllii
g roup
a g ree m e n t w ith Israeli I
angrily accu sed A
; b b as o f
MUnlslcr Ariel Sharon o n !
It will
' sionewailinK b u t s<
in a n effort to e n d m ore
continue to hon o r a
fo u r years o f f lu tin g b>etween
er
witl) Isroul. No new
icw d a te w as
th e Jew ish sta te a n d th e F
Pales.
a n n o u n c e d for th e
dnlans.'
orlKinuUy scheduled
e d fIo r ju ly l? .
H a m a s a n d o th e r rfiU
fdlltant
Tupplnit into vote
g ro u p s a g re e d th e foUoo te r dl.<isBtisfaction over years
m b n th to h o n o r th e truce i
irs o f Fatah
tu m for p l e d ^ from Abb
com iption. the mllit.
an boy look* up « t two Itraeli toli
toldtart who wer» pravmthas captured a num i
giv e th e m a form al rol
S
S
jrimoiiiitii
itratort who w«r« protM tIng tho
Iw <
conttructfon of lira el't
races In rcccnt local
P a le stin ia n d ec ision-m al
•cal elections
front blocking traffle on
>n &
Saturday a t a road on th*
5cd to m ak e
•ep«r*tlon barriar,
bai
and a p p ears poised
Violence h a s d ropped stu
strong gains in tlic
:
sin ce th e n . Recently, howi
1C legislative
ou tik lrU ofr the
th W«it Bwik vlllago of Mania.
rda.
vote a s well. Tills will
I th e first
Homos th re a te n e d to pull o
ill be
time It will participa
tho tn ic c if th e election wa:
o nns a n d for le g a l
a n d rtv
i political parties,
Ipale In legc o n s u lta tio
rival
lo take
place." A bbas
H am
m e a s u re s to
t
u n ta s accused A bbas o f tzy- It^ed.
Abbas said S atu
r a y th a t
tu rd
sa id in o n interview
int<
\vith I ^ c s Ing to
li
10 Improve
Fatah's cha n cc s ' T h e d elay co u ld give Ai
m ore tlrrtc w as need
ceded to retin la n T V: “Tim
'
e is s h o rt,
w ith th et delay.
itim e to h o ld F atah prlm o
solve d inefenccs over
ov( a n e w
P o s tp o n e ml eenr t was nec essary
“This
h is decision w as taken un i- 'w h ic h h e believ e s will1 yyield
election law. Hc w aant
n ts all c an to allow u s1 to
to finalize th e legal
laterally
a lly .... a n d it c om e o s a stronger can d id ates, an d a:
didates chosen from
3m natio n al
m e a s u r e s aanr d c o n su lta tio n s
rcsp oonsc
n s to th e co n d id o n s a n d ]h im to c a p ita liz e on Isn
lists, while som e Fati
ctions."
th e atm
atir osphere o f th e Fatah ip lan n e d w ithdravnU'from
Fatah m c m b e tw e e n factii
nGazo
C
bers in parliam ent prcl
Id )a new date for d ie
m ovcm
p refervoting
A b b as said
cm ient a n d n o t b ec au sc o f -■In
j A ugust. T h e w ithdrawulalso
al:
by distrlcl.
e le c tio n s w o u ld be set after dis*
a n y natio
nai n al c o n sid era tio n ,” <
co u ld b o ls te r H am as, whose
wti
"Tills is to allow
w Ifor m o re c u s s io n s w^ ill
t h th e legislature
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-fH ieBU ssSchoolD isiking voters Tuesday for
ir. SI.2 million bond
» s « e to psay
a y for a new building
T h e mon
loncy would h d p pay
fo r a 12.0(X
000-square-foot buildin g wih
ith a m ultipurpose
room /cofeti
feteria. a kitchen and
six' to e i^^tt classrooms. Superin te n d e nItt Kevin
K
Lancaster said,
W Ithlntci
i(cicst.thcbondlscstim a te d toto cost about $ i.e
I I hc&id iccently
^ u g h e r t y passed I
b le to W c h a
uihiK i n ever b e aab)
rain.
a t h e r — w *o
See. t h e g o cf K
w a s the p a rishI pi
p rie s t o f th e
C&thoUc elem enuin
tary school th a t
I a tten d ed In PDcatd
a td lo — w as alw ay s sitting r i ^ Itt bb«eh in d h o m e
p la te a t evciy hom
m e g am e o f the
O iie fs. a local nU
m in o r league
bascbsU team . Irish
ish {a n d fluent in
severo]
language
ages.
R ith er
D ougherty w ould1 sp e n d m ost o f
th e gam e reading
ing h is pm yer
book.____________
tho
e b<
bond Issue election from
12:3C
2:30 to 8 p.m. Tuosctay In tho
high
Bh aschool cofotoflo. 601E.
U.S.
S. ^
Highway 30 In Bliss.
^----------m illion
ion. B o n d issues require a
tw o-thi
•thirds m ajority to pass. It
w ould
lid c o s t r(»idcnts about
SI.600 ; p e r Sl.OOO in assessed
propert
>eity v a lu e p e r year,
L amncaaste r s a id it might
one oorr tw o m o ro phases years
dow n th e road to fully rep
replace
th e school^ approximately
cly eo year-old building. He sold
old the
dm etable will depend on llie
district^ patrons.
T h e district h a s about
ut 190
students an d th e num ber
>cr has
b e e n fairly s ta b le .' Lanca
icaster
said.
Tuesday’s election will be the
district's third try for aI bbond
issue. Vbiers reiecied a S2.51
!.5 million p roposed b o n d lssu<
sue in
D ecem ber a n d M ay 200-1.1
1. Lanc aste r s ^ d th e sm ailer-si
r-scaie
|project Is a com prom ise.
"W ere trying to3 kkiin d o f m eet
In ih em ld d le .^ L an
c ster said.
m ca
A new building cCOI
o u ld b e used
to h o u se e le m e n tto ry . classrooms. L ancaster said.
sal
se it forw hat
"We’reg o ln g to uus<
ncKids o f the
will best s u it d ie! n<
com m unity." h e sold
o ld .
Maiy Carlisle, a re
i sid e n t o f
th e district, said1 tt]h e district
should h av e m a dIee m
i o re o f a n
cfTon to inform pati
p atro n s about
the uses o f a n e w bbuildiln^
ui
th e u se o f a
Lancaster sold thi
y e t to b e dcnew building hos yei
c id ^ .
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i S TrolIls trompp at Scarndinavisanfestiv
SC S
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n
C a n d y to ssin g f'ails
a
to rain o( n W esten•n
i D a y s Par.
SCHe
ttlackinst^
p i ^ t s d id a n d didn't e:
like to b e told they were
ide m onsi. S ho o tlfso m eb o < ty h i
u m p b c s siardusd w w e
' th e y could have m ade
Ige! s e n t to
gnor. G od bless h im , I
th in k R ither D o u ^ ierr
v e isa d o n w ith th e angel
e sc o rt h im to heavei
s o m e t h i n g ^ form eroB(
u to fth e
O rioles' m anager Eari
1 th\ e u m ps
d iscussio n w ilh a n umthpiis p a r d ^
Wfeaver hod been oui
- d tw o u t to argue w ith th
tw ice already during ito
thisih eilcld
iitn r g am e, b u t hadn't
z w ith his
j^ected .
ns.
H e c h a i ^ bodconto
b aI Friday
in th e d & t h inning: after
v. the
te a m trailing b y 11 runs.
e^' W eaver
"D a m n h M artj; it%
ig ae th b m e
n ig h t a n d th e traffichnny
of Carg a m e w ill' be terrib le' ’
said. "R un m e s o I c a nh ge
e g am e,
in tim e to w atch Johnr
e retorted,
son."
t "IfI g otta
”YouYe staying thby
e G od so
Earil’ th e m an in b h ie rt
p o in tin g to th e d u g o u t *U
s t ^ a n d w o td i t l w by <
he Hmesd o you."
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yitetohim
lycom.
S tM Crump is The
NeunfiKmimeditmVMte
a^scrtimp^maglcxaUeya
V 2 4 I
T M M
onned by p a rtld p a n ts in the
the
Skandil
i Day Festival teac
aches kids
J;;
ly's events. IDresses o f black
ick
id re d for D enm ark o r blue
lue
id yellow for Sw eden were
sre
customs w“d
oorm b y girls d a iid n g around
nd
Behind a m a k esh lift
ift c a sd e .
'niresa a n d Judy C oh ee to
i o k in
s
Ihe su n while w atc h inigTferesa’
g!
daughter Kylie a n d so3n
n C
< hristIan play. In front o f thei
h e m , tiny
va] on Satui
itiu d a y in Buricy.
thee lM ay pole.
Vikings tried to throw
JW sp e a is
llw a saffi
a g o o d d a y to b e a ir o lL
G iilo rcn w ere encouraged to through hoops,
Q
Jolecn1 A
Ain d e ra o n o f Burley lean
a m m o re a b o u t th is year’
ir’s
"The kids a rc enjoyl
oy ln g it,"
w atched1h e r n o t y e t 2-year-old feati
atured country o f Denmaric
u k 'Ibresa Cohee said,
g iggling w ith amaze- tiy’ com
< p ied n g a 12-quesdon
gnm dsonn gi
on
Kylle, 3. bro k e in io a je r in a s
male quiz
m ent as a scruify-looking
»
liz. For example. L c ^ s . die
h e she w aved h e r w ane
U ld a n d
n d h is w a y o ut o f tho buil<
troll found
aiding toy, originated from
>m w atched a fo o t-lo n g5 b u b b le
P ark s tre a m having D en
Freedomt P;
inm oik.
drift aw ay fro m h e r o n th e
le d a w a y in a rendition
Ar
been scarod
Answers to all th e q uiz ques» • breeze. ■
o fth e ”Thn>
hrceB U ty G oals GrulT." don:
m as o ld h e
ins could b e found a t b ooths
hs
Six-year-old C h ristian
'H e w an
a n ts
t to b e a troU" An- displ
iplaying tidbits o f historical
o ils w h ile
:al wasn't scared o f th e trolls
dcrsonsaid.
[lid.
' andd cultu ral in fo rm atio n o}n
n parddpaU ng In th e children's
cht
As a volui
s lu n te e r a t th e fesdval each
ch o f th e Scandinavian cotmp p ln s a c n- tto m p wliich Is a.aklppL
cdebradng
n g e v e ry th in g Scandl- tries.
cs.
j Us S d n 't
dvlcy. However, th e trolls
navian, An
A n d e rs o n fo u n d a
"Yi
r t fIo r b l s
T o u c a n w atch th e exdiee- capm re C hristian^ h e ai rt
iip o s e a m o n g the fun
m en
bigger p urpt
a n d lD a g
m t th a t R e n t e s fio m these
se favorite thing a t th e Skan*
oriafrolic.^
little
le kids." A ndetson s a id
FestivaL
ngs frim llies.together
Fe:
brings
Festhral director C hris Kemp'.
p'.
Instead, C h ristian sai
£ .-■ =
Ics u s to o u r ancestors,* estln
ond It links
Im ated r o u ^ 800 peoplee m ost e n jo y e d 'th e bubble
A ndenonsal
1said . *T believe In this, atten
------- *
■■■ - ended S a tiv d a ^ se cond a nfl-­
n uald e v e n t
I believe iin
n dth isfo ro u rc o m m u Times-News reporterMi
nlty."
"W
"WaVe h a d tvrtce th e a m o u nntt Dunlop can be reached a
■tail ' a f '
A nderson
o n c ra fte d s^veiH] of ofpei
people th a t w e fiad last year." 3237 or by . e-mal
ficUnavUn costum es ■ K mm] p s ^ d .
th e Scandij
^com.
a b o u t dMerent
i
culture ar
and
)unk>p
n ittr
Tim—-N e w writ
BURLHV—•A
Aim o n g a d rd c o f
tin g crisp white TW e eyes, a daric,
figure' loom ed
m y ste rio u s fl;
ab ove th e te st
st —
- a large h ead
a n d lo n g n oseal
c above the rest to
be exact
ceze several calls
O n th e breez
rd:
co u ld b o heard:
‘C h a se her."" I
"H unyl"
run."
•R un. ru n , run
A fem ale trol
ron dressed in a
velv ety m aro3on
o i a n d brow n
govm c h a s e di children
<
in a
friendfy gam e: o f 'duck, duck,
goose.
Fairy tales sprung
spi
to life as
billy goata triuj
r l u i i ^ e d , trolls
tr o m p e d a n d1 VUdiiffl
>
threw
sp ears a t
S k a i^ E ^ F fc s d -
S
B lis s
districi c t
e to tim e, he
_________________
rom h is book.
leatheadl*
.
B ut from lim In
e t<
th e fin t inB S «
'
w o u ld look u p froir
Ird. it was be
scow l and ycD, "Meat
F
I ’
nd by the sev*
A n d th at was In
t M alone^
oily
n in g . By th e third.
>chlld."
a
"Knucklehead’ anr,dso1 I can't tell
e n t h il w as “Molly
n th e i^ th in 4 1
re d -h c a d c d slepchi
y J t 'aT..
fam ily new spaprothose
sc in HalU*
y o u w hai h e siud in
th that the
Ueved
w m f" ^ B I
; th at kind o f
'
there w eieithe
book, b u l I
w ell Poik-who believi
w ofch airsb ep rie s t w as-gettinginth
e tim e and
'
la ng cu ro from his
b th atltw as
a rly
slip p c d ln lo thtf rowo:
If ^ l l y Maih in d the father one
c o u ld see q u ite dearly
w ritte n in Laiin. hIfe hp riest went
o n e 's progeny w ere inleaving the
w ere Italian.
: I could only
T h e n o n e tim e thrde in
I th e title.
o u t to get a h o t dog,
I
istinius.’
b o o k on his choir. school
I<
kids
m a k e o ui o n e w ord
i;
e OS th e fiftha n d th at w as ‘Augustii
w ho defined
W c p a ro c h lu lethlng
scl
a little
k n e w Sl Augustine•01u c a ^ Bec e n tu r y sch o lar wh(
M «M■T>ifn.n»tfm
nv
[ d o n 't think
Chrisdanicy as someth
in c t Tsim m irchts threu|b TWln.
Fi
a n ) i ^ deTh* B ite Dane
n. Fills
on Saturtfiy u part of th
the Western Days Parade. Thar
hare were 128 entrlee In this jrei
y ta r 'i
less fu n th a n a root
c e pit h im self ptrad*.
sid e s th e Deity, I adi
n d I'hi not
A ugusdne t h o u ^ t axr
se rv e d heaven eiccep
a n d t h i Apostles. ean<
ra d e
d e iw . both
su re even they m a d e tl
the audience.
A u ^ i i n e nlstorica
d ay ’s W estern
. 2 0 0 5 Queen
But w hile m o st: flo
fl a ts rehu g e lm p o c t o n th e di
v ing pcople
Catholic a n d Protestai
m ained legal b y havin;
hand
hand ed ly . he's prob
— A sih c 2 0 0 5
Ds
walk the sidew alksI ancl
oi
Days
events
C ontest royaltyJ
reic SdU a n
re a so n they wore bloc
out candy, th e re were
S ' w h S wS S !! d^lys Parade cam c to a
Mt to
«• Quten ^ Crystal Nolson off
ie Rolls
and
of. o h . I dunno. magon
turday. Zach Suiher* N®®"
** 1 p.m. — 7th End.
abundance o f Tboisie
I
01 Williams
concart. City
l
A
t
h
e
a ir.
St. Anthony.
S o Father Doughi
ked 0 chocolaieRachel
V
lollipops Hying t h r o u ^
.
«• Teen Queen — Kaltlyne Os-^
re a d in g about August!
lndd ,h o w cv die and pointed toPork bandshell
ban
T h e W d s d ld n tm in
rhim
covered smile
Ing th e d a j ^ t s out
• 6 p.m.
.m. — BlackHowk concr. n m ning after th[o
e 'ttr e n s u r a
th a t
w i ^ t h e c ^ lilorful
o r floats.
tarhout of Hoyburn.
hum o n k in a. an d takin(
le ss o f how
I. who
turns 2 next
cert, bandshell
ban
o n the street regardless
•• Princess — Elalna Bennatt, of
os flndlna a
"
th e gonic in front o ffbr
hii raae. but
Atestem Days tradithey EOI there.
---------------------------------- 1
IMiddleton.
B rillia n t Years S IJqid X b S :
Stili. it’s a n issue
i
1C
tlic
city
tio n m a r ic edd his
l first trip to a
becfo umndd a n o p e n spot on the
• Stveetheart — Bre Anna
w o u ld be know n *aso dI y w ith in
so happy
cotindi m ay n o t b e! s<
p a ^ .
cnt, it d id n 't sit there for
i
Olson
of Salmon.
constructive outlet fbr '
H ee n jo y Jd
e dhimself,
l
watching
about
ba c k th e n it Just scaro
i
g
t
o
dirow
-----’
"If pcople a re going
y w as catch*
fio m th o lap1 oolfh is father, Roger
o m e o f th e adults, like
Rc
je e b e rs oui o f everyboi
EvenI ssoi
aw ay
av
ctor candy we’ll Iftv e to00 da oo aw
Rescue."
pa rad e
dirccto
ItAugustine.
S utherland, and
ai indulging o n
e a rs h o t
.o m p c .m tin to th c a c tb y
Me
wUected Iw liis two
Jenny Lam
vfaryA nnlbylorsaid. "1 tliough
,reis o r um*
th e c a n d y coli<
jght w ilhit,"'niylorsaid.
ae o rty . s o m e b p x^ uwu e n ^ a t
e to
the
dnnclne
I th e m usic from
hey d id an aw esom e job."
b ro th e rs a ndhlsnlslcr.
dh
She also said th a t dd o ltae » w » y
in g h e n because o f&leApriest was
.
i eant to look like ihi
som e oiffth
the floats.
M
the wilh candy w o u ld bree im
i to m i'I usually' Just
Ju com e for ihe
Q u estio n was, playera
pop u lo illy
amdy," said SutherTlie parade
pan
anyon's w ildem ess, th e floa
w hoevenby
kids t o g et can
w as led by Vd^ia
cat
loat nate because o f It’s po
pires? T h e popu lar c50s
o n r»aM c
b u tr e ite r .
I w d , w ho add
vas
idded that this was
Cox, 2005
)05 P io n e e r o f tne Year, w
a highlighted by th e seord
irch with ihe y oungsters, bu
th e tim e was th a t thLe But
p 1 tend
logs perched o n m o u n d s look
a b o u t his fifth
ifth trip (0 Western
riding in
n aain stag ec o ac h and the
do|
>ok- atcd that it r r u ^ t b«e tS e S
b e ratin g the Oilclis, whi
3
b
lo m
ng o u t to tho audience will
I u m p s th a t
Days.
processiot
sion s e e m e d to hove
inn
vith solution to fbc th o probh
th o stan d ard s o f '60s
Ity
T h e Sutheriii
ails wagging.
tofl
criands were just a
so m c thling
in j fo r everyone to
Nonetheless, th e fSut
fie ria n d
base b a ll w ere awfuLn p6iire sa tth e
h a n d fu l o f the
th thousands o f
enjoy,
T h e r e vrerc a few snafus, bu
but diildren didn't seem to im in d as
to th in k It w as th ei aur
th e r }e wwe re rid e rs on horseverall it w ent pretty well." Thy
:s u lt^ u s t
p e o p le w ho lined
lin the streets to
ovc
[toy- they left w ith c an dlyy l1„ d . c l r
riled Father D ougheny
back, plen
bags.
o n e a 'In ey
w a tc h 128I en
i tries parade
srsaid.
ilenty o f tractors, a few
lor
T h in k a ^ u l i t; U r ^ Instrucdng
ij
throughlV vinF
nFoH sundersuim y .gym nastsa
Its a n d d a n c e rs and even
C
Ih e w o tstp a rto fZ oneh's
c b dav If
Candy-throwing
w as o n e! o f
S pp l i S n
lesn o iu s.
th e rules o f
skies,
red
the
ag la n trc
d hat
not an unvnslcome ap
like C a th o lic Sergym
e
K
n«v
fen g ag ed in
D roves o f kids
kl ra n u p a n d
O th erc
r cro
n w d favorites indudo f sunscreen pre -p aiad
AA d ty ordinance prevents3 it,
it
i t d lot o f d m eiilesonright
i»
S aa y n S h t
d o w n th e stret
Coiah S hrlner's driving
anc
n d as a result advcrtisem enu
treets with grocery
ed a Kon
ints have com c laterS atu rd
less leam ed o n ce
theIslah and
bags in hand,
nndt form s for th e parade reid
.
hoarding
their
around
in
i
n
m
i
in
ia
tu
re
cois.
a
re“He
liked
It,"
Roger
th e gam e, frequently
vore en,
thick,
c a n d y like gold
)Id bullion.
■The ooni
n e t h a t I realty illced
m
il d e d partlclp an is n o t to land said ." He a te lots ol
iln
hlgh-vohim e 8olik>^e9
list like the
IfaTbotsIeRc
iR o llorplasticfrlswas Ae_Si
1 S n a k e River ( ^ y o n
hjK
nto H e^probably goirig to gi
u ^ th eir chocolote KOld^into
a n d w rong m u crte
h like
sp e dLa ily -------- -------------Je re m ia h o f old, w o r
■
Kowalski can
m be reached at
kkowalski&mc
nagicvaliey.com o^
735-3231.
Som ei
Crump
'
If the b o ndd is
1 s u e w e re to pass,
Lancaster sale
lid th e sc h o o ls £xIsting cafetei
te ria a n d k itc h e n
could be usee
;ed fo r sm a ll-g ro u p
Insiniction sta
itadons.
Lancaster ssia id th e d is tr ia is
trying to b e ppro
r a c d v c in replacIngthebuildin
The funct
c tio n a J ity o f th a t
building Is aibbo u t u s e d up." he
said.
--------------Times-News
a/5 writer Karin
_
D
Do n ’t
ASK ME
"
735-3234
Sunday, Jui
unc 5, 2005
By Karin Kowah
■IsM
Tlmee-Wewe wrti
fftter_____________
BUSS — A
\ g r o u p o f Bliss
n_rM idents_lsjjetl-.________
School DIstricii
tionlng th e s ta
t te to riiovc a
bouncury so tl
th e ir h o u s e s c an
b elniheH agen
:rm a n S chool Disu ic t
Ih e Bliss Sch(
h o o l B o a rd r e je a cd a request froi
t>m 4 6 p e d d o n e rs
n d th e s ta te D elost month anc
E d u c a tio n h a s
;
portment
h e a rin g officer to
appointed a he
examine die: is s u e . H e a rin g
dates have yett lo
t( b e s e t
The petitionn is a se c o n d try
aAer the S ta ten
re je c te d th e ped*
tioncrs' request
!St b e c a u s e it left
a t w o u ld h a v e be,
ou to n are ad iat
come an island
Id o f B liss S chool
i
District inside! H
F a g e rm o n if th e
|
boundoiy chanj
nged.
Acconuns loo th e p e d d o n e rs ’
request, the a rre a in q u e stio n
Jt 6 0 h o m e s a n d
contains about
0 o f w h o m g o to
Bliss. I h e areaa iIs in th e Snake
River Canyon so u th o f Bliss a n d
lo a d s o u th e a s t to
follows River Ro
Idge. T h e a re a is
h a v e a b o u t $8.7
million In taxabli
b le v a lue,
Petitioners ci
c ite m o r e aca• o rtu n itie s
in
demlc
oppoi
dislike o f a long
Hagcrman, a dl:
bus ride and a sshift
h in e m p h a sis
cs in Bliss. Bliss
^
toward athletics
0 s tu d e n ts a n d
has about 190
H ^ r m a n h a s aalb o u t 415.
n
te
n
d
e
n
t
lOrvin
'B l i j s S u p e ^ l
U m outcr ja ld) it h a t f o r m o st
smdents in th e ddlsputcKl area, a
le rm an w o u ld b e bus ridcto Hager
m iles s h o rte r. H e
“ 1<1 1 * d lstiian o ffers e n o u g h
cC
o lle m e n tra n c e
classes to m eet C
ind oDTers o th e rs
reaiilrements an<
t h is d istric t h a s
and
y ^ ih
^ at
s see1d tim e o u t o f
s tu d e n t a th le te s.'
_,,K risKlhlcr,a a r e s id e n t o f th e
g !p u irtiire a .« illaid s h e likes th e
Idea of studentsts h a v in g m o re
s, te a c h e r s
o p U o n s f o r d aasse
s
larger d is tr ic t
and sports in a lai
d re n w o u ld n o t
^
e c a u s c th e y 'v e
*’* affected b ee
n G o o d in g .
: w o u ld ra th e r
la rs g o t o a larg*1“™ her tax doUai
c rsd io o ld lstri^t
d th e B liss d isLancaster said
rinking, b u t its
tria ls not shrin
lu t e s ,
t h e s ta te D eE d u ca tio n , th e
n r o l i m e n t - h a s '----------:o 194 to 187 in
gone from 180 to
u s . H aTCrm an's
the last three yean
enrollment has ggco n e f ro m 413
to 410 to 400 Inti:
th e s a m e p eriod.
Another issue: ifo r t h e p e d tioncrs Is Bliss'’ 2 0 -y e a r. $1.2
cue e le c tio n o n
niiUIon bond Issui
Tuesday,
If it piisses. the
h e b o n d issue
• would pay for at rn e w b u ild in g
and would cost re:
re s id e n ts $1.60 —
e s s e d p ro p e rty
per $1,000 in asses
value each year,
n o t s u p f w r t it .
Pothier does nc
t's th e c u n e n t
bccause she says
te.
school is adequate,
Lancaster said1 p e o p le w h o
support the BlissI s ^ o o l w o u ld
T a laiigcr tax
have to shoulder
b o u n d ary
burden If th:e
e
changed
( 'u y Houde. a s e n i o r refor th e Id a h o
scorch analyst foi
sslon. e stim a tStateliixCommissl
an g e i n th e
that a chan
boundary could I n c re a s e th e
l e d tx m d Issue
S ' s t e ' S So u t $ 2 .2 5 p e r
I
S1.000 in taxable ppro
r p e rty ;
ip e r ln te n d e n t
I w d i s t r i a is
th e b c n in d a ry
Pwearcfiing m
PleaMseeBOUNOi
IM IIY .P a8»B 4.
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JEROME —
J
— Jeanne
E. M artln.81.ofIcroiT
rome, died Friday.
Junc3.2005.at*
atlV vlnFalisC ajc
Center.
She w as b>om
orr Aug. 5, 1923.
in K a n s a s . City,
Ci
Mo., th e
daughter o f Jar
Jam es a n d A n n a
Quinn d a y . S
SIhe w as r e a re d '
and ed u cated
rd Iin the K ansas
City area, a nJd
d y
w orked in th e
War D epartmnen
ent there d u rin g
the war.
She m et a0n d m a rrie d
Cha/Jes Q Mfartln
art o n Sept 4.
IdlG .Theym ovc
oved to th e Puget
Sound orea oiff W
V. ashington fo r
a few yean .
They then lived
Uv
for m a n y
years in Oceaj
:ean sld e, Calif..
untiJ m ovingg (to
< Jero m e in
1902.
Jeanne was a n advocate a n d
lover o f ail amimais,
n ir
enjoyed
crossw ord p uzzies,
us
k nitting, >
V
j
.
flL '
S
.
w :
W
S
"
,
iSpBLI
/ :
■
'£ 1
eA k .w
•
f
•—
I- ‘
all n eeddlework,
le
and vras a v or a d o u s1reader.
re
S h e w as
a a m em ber o f th e
V eterans
IS oc f Foreign W arsA iuilla iy
and
th e
Jam es Edwa
r a r d ‘Hoss’ H
--------------
Hiuu m
n a n e Society.
S he Is survivra by fo u r chll*
1Iren, Jeanine (Jerry) G arcia of
)f
Masi
la so n , M idi.. Janicc Jones o)ff
Win Falls, Idaho, C h arles M.i.
^D
o onna)
t
M artin o f Tbketee,?,
)re., an d D iana Boye o f G randd
iland. Neb.;. 18 grandchil*I*
r c n ;.
and
sevenn
reat-grondchlldren. S h e wass
receded in d eath b y h e r husS o nd on Oct. 16, 1989, two3
lughters,
o n e g ra ndson, a n d1
<*““
8
srparcnts.
T h e funeral will b e co n d u ct^ 1 a t 11 a.m . TUesday, Ju n e 7.
K)5, a t W hite M o n u ary ,
2005,
Siapcl by th e Park." Inter-;
“Chai
m e n t will follow in S unsetI
M em orial Park.
Tht
T
h e family suggests m em o*
rials
Lis ito the H um ane Society,
RO.
E
>. Box
1163, TWin Falls. ID
83303
303-1163.
RUPEKi; — Ot
O u r loving liiliil
ther, C randfathei
th er (Papa) a n d
Grcat-Gmndfatiu
ithen Jam es Edward “Hoss" HoL
flolmes, age 75,
died at iiis Rupc
u p c n h o m e on
Saturday.'May2Q,
26,2005, o fn a t7
uroi causes.
He w as b o m th
i e third o f
.*V
four children toQ El
E lm o rc A a n d
ReJda t ^ e r Hoir
lo im e s in M o ro
B ay,A rk.,onion.
I
n . 12,1930.
^ «
_ _ m 1958. h e m o v ed to G ar- - VW
-den Qty. K a a ., w
wlhere h e m e t
%
v g ig ^ r
and m arried Laun
l u r a L H olmes,
■
thcyvtvti; later divorced.
div
,
^
*
Together tliey
e y raised five
' '
children.
Kevir
rvin
(LaRae)
, •
■
H olm es, o f Bur:
Jurley. M arcy
•
(Charlie) Kemi ppce r o f TWin
---------------Falls, C hris K
Keetch u m o f w o r k e d aISs ia farm er a n d d itch
Burlington, N J.,., JL
Jim (Jacquie)
rider,
pyed camping, h u n tH e enjoyi
Holmes o f R u p eern a n d & o tt
Falls.
ing, fishli
hlng, a n d riding
Holmes ofTVvinI Fa
They later reloc
ilocated to th e
m otorcycle!
lies w ith his kids.
retiring in 1986, h e
re a , w here h e
^ ‘c r reti
M o^c VaUcy arco
^
nes
a lm c
s p e2nn t tim e gard en in g , re ­
nding trailers, a n d having
buildii
cofTec
re e with hid friends a t th e
Waysi<d e Cafe a n d T he D epot
GrlU. 1He loved sp en d in g tim e
w ith h h is grandklds a n d greatg ra n d lndkldl,
Ie vnis preceded in d ea th
'b y b both
o t l parents, two o ld e r sistcra.I. a rn d one yourtser b rother,
Hlee is
1 surwved b y h is five
ch Uld
d nre n ,"10 g ra n d d iiid re n ,
a n d1foi
fo u r grcoi'grandchildrcn.
m em orial servicc w ill be
a t 2 p.m . W ednesday,
h e ldd a
Ju n ec 88. 2005, a t R a sm ussen
F u n icrdlHome,
era
1350E 16th SL
u r l^ .
p o d u c k d in n e r virill b e
h c MI aa tt th e Burley Boat D ocks
a fte r th
t e service. A rrangem e nits
ts a n d c re m a tio n a re
u n d e r th e direction o f Has­
m u stsee ni Funeral H o m e in
Burley.
ey.
r
I InBuf*'
v_.
ysST
“
W
\4
■m t t
jM
J
i
t(,
,
,
V
■
I
!■
—
h ik e w ith lis
h issons. His favorite
h o b b y w as
h love and cons his
c o m for allI people.
p<
D o n w as5 aain active m em ber
o fT h c C h uurcli
r c o f lesus Christ
ofL atter-d ay :Saints. He served
a s a m ission
lonary in the New
E n rfa n d Stat
tates Mission, was
b is h o p o f th
tl e W estm inster
2 n d W ard, an
ai d w as a couns e lo r in hthee G arden Grove
Stoke I ^ l ddency.
ei
H e a n d his
his wife, Ann. w ere
m issio n a rie
1 the Oklahoma
ess in
Tulsa MIssIc
islon an d served
le m p le missic
ssions In Los Ange-
les a n d Boise.
ft to
Left
* ho n o r his m e m o ry
a re htls
is \vdfe, A nn o f El D o ra d o
H ills.:. Calif.;
C
th re e c iiild rcn .
K yrstne
m e (Vic) W alker o f El D or a d o Hills.
IKevin (Susan)
e tt o f Tem ecula, CTaiif.,
M offett
a n d Kyle
Kyi Moffett o f L aguna
N iguel.
el. Calif.; 13 ^ n d c h i l d re n :: ai
a n d Ills siblings. -Max
MofTctti
L*tt o f Soutli Jordan. U tah,
lu n iaI G lbby o f B urley a n d
W lld en M offett o f O g d en ,
U ta h . H e was p re c e d e d in
d e a th1 by
b his parents a n d a
fiter, Kerlce.
; m em bers o f D on's fam c all profoundly grateful
ve hod his positive influe n c e In
in th
t e ir lives.
1 funeral
will b e hold at
T lie
fu
n o o n Saturday,
Sal
June 11, 2005,
a t th e! View
V]i 1st a n d 2 nd W ard
C h a pcl
e loof T lie O iu rc h o f Jesus
C h r istt oof Latter-day S ain ts.
550 S.. 500
5C E o f Burley. Burial
w ill b)ee in
1 Sunset M em orial
nTW
P ark in
T lnFalls.
!nds
F rie
n d m ay coll from 10:30
a .m . uintil
n ti 11:45 a.m . S aturday
a t hth
e e church. F u n eral
a rra n gcem
e n ents are u n d e r th e
d ir e a io
lonn o f R asm ussen Fun e ra l HHoi
om e. 1350 E 16th St.,
Burley.
'•
Nellie ‘J(
Jean’ Snow
TWIN FAI-LS -— Nellie
"Jean" Snow, age 74 o f IWin
Falls, passed aw ay
ly :Tliursday.
June 2.2005. at h e:rr hhom e.
. ____ She w as b o m Aug
\u g .,2 .J9 3 0 .
at Buhl, Idaho, th e: ddoa u g h ter o f
Coy and Sadie Drape
ap er Stevenson. Jean w as nraised in
Caatlcford an d gi
g ra d u a te d
from Castleford Hi iJ$
$ i S chool
On June 8, 1950, she
sh e m a n ie d
Jim Snow a t Buhl,. Idaho,
Id
an d
(hey m oved to A
Alberdeen,
Wash., to start a famlty.
fan
This
m arriage e n d e d In
in divorce
and she m oved biMck
a c to the
Magic Valley in 1961.
T he love o f h ec r life was
watching h e r grand
ind ch ild rcn
an d grcat'gran& iU
Id
lildren
play
baseball She iovcdIra
miis in g h e r
children, grondchiidj
lildren an d
great-grandchildren.
n.
Jean enjoyed cam
n pplln g ,fis h ixiA coUccting dolphii
jhins, w ind
cmm cs and going\ tc
to garage
sales a nd especially
y si
spen d in g
tim e with h e r sons,, da
d aughters
a n d granddiiidren.
Christmas tim e was
bvas h e r favoiite tim e o f y ear
tr e
a n d sh e
w ould really d e crorate
on
her
Iw use up for th e scaso
ason.
H o g ta n d c ^ d r esn
n rem
i
em . b e r tiie days a n d wee
veeks they
w ould help getting: thi
th e decora tio n s ju s t r i^ tf o r rgorandm a,
H er (amliy w as h e r life
iie 1a n d th e
&mily gatherings a n d p i a ^
'
P a r k e 's M<
M a g ic V alley F u n e ra l Hon>me. C r e m a to ry
Gl
t w i n F alls C e m e te r y
2 5 5 1 K im b e rly Rd.
T w in Falls, ID 83301
r
Fredia Irene Harm
'n 0 8 8
208-735-0011
T w in F a llsi oi
o n l y locally o w n e d a n dI f.
fa m ily o p e r a te d
a l H o m e a n d C e m e te r y Cc
C o m b in a tio n .
CORRAL— Fredla Irene
ness, 64, o f ConaJ, died F
June 3, 2005, at the Go<
Coim ty Memorial H ospita
A rrangem ents will be
be ann o u n ced
Demaray Funeral
Fu
Chapel in (jooding.
^—
^A/orfitary^
H arry King
RUPERT— H any King. J
R upert, died Friday, Jur
iun“ ’ ?
2005, a t his home.
A rrangem ents will be
n o u n ced by Hansen Mort
R upen C hapel
Sensib]
b le
'lanning
Pre-Pis
p .
JEROME — Vella H
I a sh
C ham bers, 91, of Port Oorchard,
rd
lerom e.
Wash., a n d formerly o f Jen
died Saturdoy. June 4. 200
Port Orchard.
A rrangem ents will b!>
ee ann o u n c e d by H ove-Rober
lenson
Funeral Chapel in Jerome.
E sth er Young
92 o f
BU HL— EstherYoung,1 9:
Buhl, d ie d Saturday, Jum
une 4 ,
2005. a t hecJiomc.
T h e funeral will be heh
icld a t
n o o n Thursday, June 9,200!
005, a t
in g o n
th e B uhl 2 n d Ward building
Bilr A venue with BishopI B
Birent
C an n o n ofilciadng. A vlevi
will b e h d d from 11 to li
le f!^ a.m . T hursday In the Relief
ciety ro o m a t th e chui
[lurch.
In term ent will follow th e s<
icc a t Sunset M em orid Pari
TWin Falls. Arrangements
tm d e r th e direction ofWebb
neral H om e in Preston.
A com plete obituary wiD
iU a p ,pe a r a ta la te r d a te
-S ervicej
HW -
Buriey,
Jack Lee Rasm ussen o f B
uj
ifuneral af9 -J0 a m . Monda'
day a t
Ith e Buriey First Baptist Chhu
u rc h ,
2262 H iland Ave. Friends® r" “ y
■call
c from 6 to 8 p.m. today a ttR
I as350 E.
m u sse n Fimeral Home, 135)
16th St.. Burley, and from 83<
3 30 to
^ureh.
99:15 a m . M onday at the chiu
L is L e n k e r
Lew
.
Sfrrlaglkil
Thoughtful,
Lil planning now canXjprotcct your
family a t tirr
im c o f need. Your co
ounscl, proyijcd in adv
dvancc, can make ccn
rrtain that
im portant ddecisions arc no t left to chance.
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C. Moffett
BURLEY — D o n C arlos
-M otfctt.a77-ycar-(
ar-old resident
o f El D orado Hiils,
ills. Calif., for' mcrly
o f Burl
)urley,
d ie d
Thursday, iu n e 2, J2005, at his
home.
' He was b o m M aay 29, 1928,
in Burley, Idaho,
t e son
0. th
David Sylvester an
indV
d eraW alte
MoITctL H e reccivc
lived his edu>
cotlon In Burley,
j
y, graduating
from Burley High S<
He th e n attendi
n d e d A iblon
State N om ial Schoo
iiool an d later
graduated from. Idah
Id o S tate
College w ith a Bachi
ic h e lo ro fS d cnce degree in pjharm
h a acy. H e
married A nn Jucha
:h a u o n Aug.
17.1949, In th e Salt
Salt Lake LDS
Tbmple.
u
Don taught schoc
hool in Idaho
Falls for two y ean
ja rs p rio r to
moving to G arde
rd e n pro v e,
Calif., w h ere he
[C n n d A n n
resided un til 1989.
9- •.
They th e n retum
im ie d to Burley, where they resided
resl
un til
Don’s h e a lth decil
c c lln c d o n d
theym oved to El Do
D orado Hills
to be n ear th eir daui
laughter.
While living in
C
n California,
Don o w n e d . a ntd
d o p e ra te d
Don's Los Aiamitos
o s 1Pharm acy
for more th an 27
17 'yca^ H e
loved to fish, baclq
ickpack. a n d
TWIN FAL15 — LeU
>ella *X e^
irT S S ^ H
(Mletzner) Hartwig, 80,
30, ofTWln
I 77?
RiUs, died Sanuday,• N
M ay 28, . i - * A A P | *
2005, at Bridgeview Estates
E«
in
TWlnRills.
Lee was bom on D e a I
in Wilcox. Neb. She! a n d h e r
husband, M artin ‘Red’
d ’ m oved
w ith h er fam ily In
Incd u d in g
brother, Leonard 7oc!"
r Mh ie tz n e a s h o rtty .
er. to theTWin Falls area
» iattend*
after they m anied. Lee
ed th e College o f S
Soi
o u th e m
Idaho to bccome a nun
lurse. She
w orked as a nu n c, caret
ire c h ^ rto
m any .a n d w asa v alu ab i
|A T r .d l M o nla. li F am l^', o p e r a tin g a fa m lly o w n e d b u sin e ss
providing dcU dous no
o ffe rin g tthh ie p e o p le o f t h e M a g ic V
Valley E x c ep tio n al
m e n t for the soul
Lee is preceded in d e a th b y V a lu e a n d e x c e lle n t s e rv ic e In all
all y o u r fu n e ra l.
h e r husband. Red; an d or
VNith c u s to m iz e d
O T m M 9oiy
i, a n d c e m e te iy n e e d s . W
G ene. She will be <
v td w K
fu n e ra l p ascckk a g e s a t t h e a r e a 's m o sitt a f fo r d a b le p rices.
m issed. She was invotvR
a n d loved by, m any in chi
churches
in the Magic Vhlley a reaa
The family is lequestin
iting th a t
ea ch indM dual chureh
h hI a v e a
m em orial in her h o nor
)r <
d u rin g
th e ir regular weekly service,
sc
■Private family servicess wv ill be
h d d a t a later date. A
A nnangem e n ts are under th e diirec
in tio n
o f Reynolds Funeral Q
C hapel.
TWlnRiUs.
•d by m* Nf>llanvtfn [(<>*«(
tO
m
____ ___
C<Vw«>9nnUoniit*,UC
__ N orm a Berenice Morales^
---- -m»r not
your
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survif.
fanirtrttoW ifiT tflo--------------------logom ez o f Shoshone, funeni
era] a t
10 UM to nwl roi. CouM
r«|oHom WxtMt <1•
AJ ft
11 a m . M onday at the Shosht
sh o n e
LDS Church, 601N. Greenwo
w s r s s a W Ki s sS S S S f f i K i i M I I W t e E i
VlsiUidon will begin at 6 p
« cou >iew a«M onlyte Iru
pmM
to d ay a t St. Peter’s C atht
th o u c
cQ iu rch , 215 W. B St., Shosho
iione,
w ith a vigil service a t 7 p,
p .m .
(R im sw orth Mortuary, Jeromi
ime).
otKJi lecln« tromVMdjt>OT<Mc*bm M
"
B etty A D am ell o f Rupt
gl
graveside service at 11:30 a
w
M. onday a t th e Rupert Cemetc
Vi
Viexviiu
a n d visitadon tim e v
b e h d d a t 11 a m . Monday aatt tth e
fj a n se n
H
M ortim ry
Rupi
upen
n h a p e l 710 Sixth S t
C
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a t S h o s h o n e Falls.
:
She w as R agains,
s,
D estrie
A m os,
also a , memb<
nber o f the First
O ra v enIFisk,
Fis D awson Fisk a n d
C h u r c h o f thleN
e l azarene.
M ykenizej
ize Jean Larsen. Special
S h e is surviv
vived by her chlld iild r e n in
ir h er life w ere AahB ea trice E Baldwin
d r e n . Virgil "")n m " (Connie)
ley. D rew
w aan d Alex PfeOerle.
^ adera, C allt, and formerty
M
Snow , Jerri Snow
Sr
nnd D d c
jc a n w
w nas. preceded in d e o th
Hiiirlidd. ^ v e s l d e service at
R
(Jennifer) Snoi
n ^ . uU of l M n
b y h e r parents;
pi
ste
p
fa
th
e
r,
p
j
p
jn
. Tbesday at Mountain VI(
View
Falls, Idaho, “Clp d y B a ^ o t
slv c l FninJ
rank Stephenson; o n e
C< etery i n Hiirfldd (Demar
Cem
K im berly. Ida!
ik e Snow; o n e sister,
Fu
Funeral
C hapd).
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so n , Mllco
(M ike) M etts
“ o f H eybum .
B o n n ic Frozien
F
and o n e
Id a h o :
10 f
in, C oy Ragains.
V em ol "G ene"’lU m er o f TW
TMn
Jim m y Snow, D
Eiills
m eralw lD b e co n d u c t^ a n d formerly of K ag n m a
Ragoins. KimI Ragains.
Ri
Rodney
m em orial service at 11 o jn .SSo
.m . Tuesday, lim e 7,
nii
R a ^ n s , Stepl
e p h a n ie (Perry) ,
^ pp.n
urday
a
t
Parke’
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e
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M
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rtu
a
ry
Laraen. S haw/nn M
I etts. Jasmine
Funeral H om e. 2551 Klmber
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b^y th e Park" w ith th o
Fu
(Bryan) H anwa
iway, Tbri Snow.
to ad . TWin Falls.
m y Winkle officiating.
Ro
M a llo ry Snow
w a n d M elanie
n will
V isitation
w be from 4 u n til 8
(DaiyO Fisk; a nr d nine groatW
inday, June 6 ,2005. a t
’ inston L Jones of TWin fiill
g ran d ch ild ren
n. ,Bnuctin Snow,
M ond;
Tiemorlal service a t 11 a m . Sa
tuary.
Burial will fo iA u stin "BJ" Snow,
Sni
Izcok Ram o rtu
a
irday a t W hite Mortuary, 13
m se t M emorial Park.
’ tux
Coy
low a t S uns.
g a in s. Kyle Ragains,
F
fourth Ave. E
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ARRAIGNiy
MENTS—
we
Recent acUvT TWINFALLS— Re«
•‘ity In Sth D is tria Cou
Court In IW ln
. ; Falla C otinty Include
uded the foljjowing:
10; $15,000 bo
bond.
Brenda M.
M. Jamison. 40, RO.
Box 183, Sho:
hoshone; violation o f
,no contact on
Olden pleaded innocent; publicc dl
defender oppointed;
Owsley, 31,
pretrial hearii
Rflymond ft«cphh C
aring set for Aug. 2;
. nQDox312.Hn«ennnr
man; failure to
p osted bond.
d.
.appear — tw o counts
* cll Nuttlnft 34, 926
Its ip o sse sio n
Rondi Schc!
stance; pleadLincoln St. N„
N„ TWin m is: oggrn■ofQcontrbUcdsubstan
cd innoccnt: public
)llc defender
v ated battoiy;
jiy;,no plea entered:
n d c r o p p o in lc d i p a hearing set
pub lic defendi
appointed: pretrial1 h<
for June 28: s s .o
a
,000
limlinary
iiu hearing set for
[bond; probation .viola
lo la-.
June
j l O1 ! |» s l n l b M d . ■
Jtion * —
domestic
Tim
fimotliy
D ustin
Mtic J.------- tch,2S3519N.7()0E..
il^ttciy: pleaded Inno
cent; public dcfcndci
id er ^
Castle:
itlcford; possession o f
appointed: evidentiary
Uaiy
V a con
:ontroUcd substance;
lhcarin g sctfo rJu n c2
3 < C o u r t \ \ n o plea
!23;
pk entea-d: pubUc
en d er
oppoim ed;
$15,000bond.
I Donald Shone Brink,
Uminury hearing set
M7. 906 BIuu Lakes, N..
N..
-----------------fo r Jun lune 10: posted bond:
:TWlh Falls: first-degrcc
gree
pos-ses
-session o f dm g param urd er n o plea en­
enpherni
rrnalla;
pfeaded
tered;
public
j jb lic defender andefender
inno ccn t; pab
appointed; prcllminan
nan- hearing p ointed; prcui.
set Tor June 10; ball rcn
refused: fail-. Aug, 2; posted !
ure to ap p ear — poss
iciy Tbylor, 28, 2224
Kusession o f
Jason Emeiy
dm g pomphcmalia;; pleaded
pl«
InKlngsmte.TWin
win Falls: obstructing
nocent;
public
Innocent;
defender
o n .ofllcen pleaded
pi
appointed; pretrial he;
hearing set
p u b lic defende
ider appointed; prc>e SCI fo r A ug. 2r
nd.
tria l hearing
for Aua 2: $5,000 bond.
: Carlcne H ardins Thome,
Th(
42,
released o n owl
138 Eighth Ave. E,TWin)
vin Falls: batSunnie Lorci
' tery. malicious injury/topropehy;
to ]
0 E.,
3636 N. 3600
0 Mmberiy: pos; pleaded innoccnt; public
pu
ontroUed substance;
d esessionofaconi
fender appointed;
red; public defender
J; pretrial
n o p lea entered
hearing set for Aug.
2 posted
J. 2:
appointed: prei
: bond.
set for June 10; j
PeggyaBcutler.44,
U
4,I41CSomJoelR.Keino<
esticossault;
land, TWin Falls
mer. IWin Falls; domesti
public d eprivileges — tliird
ill
offense, pos. Fender appointed;**
InJg paraphernalia:
I; pretrial .session o f dnjj
! h carincset fo r Aug. 2i $500
SS bond,
p le a d e d Innoc
%1 Gregory Cooper.
icn 44, 1416 fe n d e r
apnol
Sommer, TWin Falls:
d
s: domesUc
h earin g set for
battery: pleaded Innoccr
>ccni: public
bond,
. defender appointed;
RCt, 39,3050 S. 1005
id; pretrial
Jeffrey Burget,
to appear —
' hearing st't for Aug. 2;: S500
s a bond.
E., WendcU; failure
foiii
ng a check witliout
Crystal Lavon Mci^
[cIGilvy, 34.
forgery, issuing
lea eniered: public
In Pails;
dofunds: no plea
3897 N. 3300 E . TWin
r
lolnted; preliminary
pleaded
d efender appolr
mestlc
battery;
or June
17; S25.000 •fender oph e arin g set for
j
* Innoccnt; pu b lic defen
pointed; pretrial hearln(
irlng'set for
bo n d : failure to
toap
r pcur— misapof
personal
p ro p rla tlo n
Aug. 2:$15.00O bond.
iformation; no pica
Joshua Jeremiah WUli;
kTUiams, 23,
identifying infor
t)llc defender aplelivery of a
en te re d ; public
715 Biich St.. Buhl: deUv
iminary hearing set
poin ted : prclimi.
controlled substan^x;; no plea onS ,0 0 0 b o n d :b u ^^fo r June 10; $25,0
tered:
pu b lic . defender
d
n oi f a controlled
appointed: preliminary
iry hearing
ry, possession
0 b<
bond.
substance: n o>plea
pli entered: pubset for June 10; $50,000
Jer
appointed:
Christina M . Combs,
bs, 25, 317
lie
defender
tearing
set for June
Pounh Ave. E.. TWin Falls
•alls; failure
prelim inary heai
md.
to appear— possession
in oc fa con10:525,000 bond
Dominguez Jr., 18,
ssession o f
A rm ando Doi
trolled substnncc, posse;
marijuana: no plea entcn
>tcred:pub21G0 E. 3950 N..
N. unit B2, TWin
ng a c o n c e a l^
appointed:
F a lls:. carrying
lie
d efen d er
opp
ssession of drug
let for
preliminary hearing set
1 June w e a p o n , p o sse
paraph<
phenuUia; pleaded Innocent;; ppublic
u
defender appointed;
pretrial
ia l hearing sot for Aug. 2;
S5,000
X) bbond; faUure to ap p ea r —
. rcslstina
tin^obsu uctlng a n ofllccr; i
pleaded
ic d Innoccnt: public d o ­
er
appointed:
pretrial
fender
hearing
[ng set for July 12; $1,000
bond.
Arafat
ifa t Ramirez, 23, 596 N.
. Jerome; failure to ap p e a r
__ Hrivi
riving without priviieges;
p le a dlee d
d innocent; public defonripr
sr
appointed;
pretrial
n g set for July 12:. $100,000
bond.
„
_ m on Rodriguez Jr.. 32.1821 '
D W..
S. 600
W Oakley: failure to ap— driving u n d e r th e
;nce: pleaded Innocent;
c defender appointed; prelearlng set for July 5; b o n d
m t unavoilabla
^to l Lavon Mckelvy, 34,
N. 3300 E , TWin Rtlls; two
s aggravated assault, m allInJury to proMrty: n o p ica
id; public defender a pk1; evidentiary hearing set
.
1C 10; $1,000 bond; battery;
;a entered; public defender
ntcd; evidentiary hearing
“PISS'"
June 30; $1,000 bond,
lua Cooke Mills. 26,3003 E
,
Lane, Nampo; driving •
j : p r i v i l c ^ no plea cn• public
d efender
nted: pretrial hearing set
g. 2; $5,000 bond,
jy
Edward
McCabe,
23.337
,,
n St.. Kimberly; failure to
I
e insumnce, driving w ith- - H
ivileges: no plea entered;
defender appointed; prvlaring set for Aug. 2; $1,500
S o n y l^ H
G a mle
e B oy A d v a n q p ^
Richardson, Ji
JC Garcia
C D -R /R W /A M -F W
M P la y e r : Issac N6\
dwak
M a d ia g a s c a r StufTed P e n g u in s & M ovie
ie P a ss:
Chase’.SteinmeK,
il
Billy &Ju
Justin Arriaga, Kaden
71 Pfeiger,
Btranden
n
Smith, Bailey
i
y Helsley,
Jessikka Kei
eady,
Alison Webb,7, jDylan Kincaid '
am Elbert Berks, 44. 536
William
cnue, TWin Falb; driving
4 th Avcni
It privileges,
failure to apw itliout
p;
p e a r —— contempt; no pleo
d: public defender apen tered:
J; sentencing
set for June
pointed;
s
7; $500 bond.
boi
un William
Cserepcs. 19.
Joshua
'
irrison Street. TWin Falls;
172 Ilarri:
n d obetdng robbery; n o
aiding aanc
ple aen tered:
teri public defender ap1; preliminary
hearing set
pointed:
p
for June! 10;
10 $50,000 bond,
in Michael
Bowman. 22.
DusUn
I
ddlson Avenue W.. TWin
1720 Addl
Falls; fallm
lilure to purchase driver’s
o pica entered; public
license: nnc
defe ncdrer appointed; pretrial
h earing5 set
st for Aug. 2; $1,000
bond.
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(lO a m --:2 pm SAFE KIDS» Buckle
I
Up C ar S e aitt
inspectio]
don an d B ike Rodeo]
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let C adU lacofT W lnl
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1654 Blui
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'i
RememInbrance Rose
Garden1Afternoon
Come outt for
f an afternoon of refreshments, j
memories3 and
i
For m ore ir
information about
how to hor
3 nor a loved one
with a beai
autiful rose bush,
le Foundation
contact the
'37-2480.
Office a t 73
T hu rs., Jui
une 9, 2 • 4 p m
Kinney
McKain-Ki
R em em birw
n c e R ose
G arden on
<ii th e h ospital campi
Avenue West, Twin Falls
F
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^H ^ « L tn « u rs., June
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Rob
>b Green P o n tiac GMC
MC
27 Blue L akes B lvd.I. INorth, IWin F alls
F ri.,
I., June 1 0 ,2 - 6 p mI
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9011 South Lincoln, Jeroi
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Join us for
foi the grand opening' and
ai dedication o fth le
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Dreamlan
and Skate Park. For moi
lore information conta
tact Jennifer
?ith the Buhl Pollce Dep<
'nviss wit]
spartment - 543-4200.‘
me 1 8 ,1 0 am - 4 p m
S a t., Juni
m
ilQT Park (P o p lar & 6 tl
th Avenue N o rth ), 1Buhl
McCluslc
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lopment, coping with
jrttiring, infant develop
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Muddslide pil([esuploggsandro[)cks, dosisesmoiiimtainhigijiway
SALT LAKE: C
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' m u d slid e shutIt d o w n a mounta in h l^ w n y/ oa u ts id e Cedar
•j Q ty a n d gave! tw
tv o U tah H i^ w ay Poirol troopi
o p c rs the scare of
th e ir lives.
T h e slide w as
t
OS trim
c re d by on
,
av alan ch e Friday
d a y that drovv a
■ b a tte rin g n u nI o f d ebris onto
> s ta te R oute 144 aalb o u t 10 miles
;
e a s to f C c d a r a:ity.
ty Itcreated o n <; o th e r Io 0 am at
a t a Coal Cicck
^ b rid g e a ^ u t tvtrc
tw o m iles down*
j
stream .
•
"W hen this cM
a nm ed o w rtltju st
'
b ro u g h t th e w h o le forest —
m illions o f toils
ins o f m u d and
trees a indd rocks,’ Utah H i^ v ra y
Patrol LLll D avid BxceQ 8 ^ S aturday.
F ro mI aa h elicopter EteclJ s a id
h e c o uJ ld
d s e e on 8-foot sn o w
fra c tu rcc Ilin e w here th e a v a lo n ch c ssta
t a r t c d n e a r d ie to p o f a
m o u n taain
ln s lo p e a ta b o u t 10,000
fe c tln c le
^
!levadon.T
heavolanche
ran fo r tw
twio m iles down a ravine
to th c hhiji^ w a y , piling de b ris
300 fe e ttvwrid e before i t
R o u teE 14
] runs over a h ig h
p la te a u1 fro
I m Cedar Q ty to
sn o w tx iu
r Cedar Breaks N a >und
tio n a l Me
M o n u m e n t an d d ro p s
o n to U.SJ
f.S: H i^ w a y 89 a b o u t
hlalfw
alf ay b e tw e e n Panguitch
ch M onday. Excdl said die
di road o v e rth e ro a d . '
ainndK
d aiub.
m a y n e e d m illions o f do
dollars o f
I t o o p e r s ainn iv
t ln g In tw o
Q e w s w ere w oridng Saturday
ay
repalra.
h i^ w O T c n d ssera
e r fo und ‘this
to
0 dcie a r th e tw o-lane bidnvayK
com ing dow n th e
ly.
T h e slid e m ay have
Bve be en w ^ o f d e b ris con
b ut tp arts o f th e rood bed were a id e d by heavy rainfall
m
Exill on Fri- canyon a t th em
m head-on.*
1
was!
vashed avray a n d It was pro0- doy, b u t Excell sai<
ley ha d to tu rn
laid th e
cell sa id . "T hey
nloo iihced
ii
u n sa fe for driving,
g. m o u n ta in slope s e e mle^d ready a ro im d a n d re
rettre a t fo r th e
Auutl
ith o rid es offered esdm ates
cs to release o n Its ow n1 and
a
relives.’
rang
anging from diree days to a m a in s dongcroustyunsti
istable.
it w a s 'm o r eith
t ha n they Im ag.
wnick
e d o r m oro before die road
id
A uthoritiM w ere notU
otlfied a t Ined.’ Ir o n C6imi
im ty E m ergency
couli
o u ld b e reopened.
th e o n se t o f th e slide at
a t about M an a g er C harlie
rile M orris told
Sti transportation oOlcials
State
Is 10 a .m . Friday w henn it
1 se n t Salt L ak e televi
[evlslon sta d o n
pla
lann to assess th e damage on
in w a te r from Coal Creekcnm
a ning KTVX. T t b r ouu ^^ t dow n d m -
re
i------
TbdOUer
l hospilitalized
after'1being ruiin over
The Ttnw-N»w»•______________
RICHHELD — A 4;year-old
b o y w as injure
u r c d Saturday
ev en in g ^^^len he
h e w as n m over
b y a v e h id a
L incoln C oun
lu n ty Sheriff’s
D e p u ty Josh Eg
E ^ e s t o n de>
sc rib e d th e incT
n c iu e n t a s an
accident.
.Me said th e boy
Mjy w as backed
o w r b y a family
n em b er, susym
rate lo severe
ta in in g m oderate
injuries.
'
t
Magic \Valley:
N ow You CC a n G e t
C A R R
V E IH
m
In tro d u cin gg C a r r y o v e rr IM i n u t e s f r o>m
r E d g e Wirei
e le s s
T h e y ’r e Yoi» u r M i n u t e s - K e e p T h e mn !
srvation groo u p w i l l
e a l1 fire salvag
g e s a le
C o n s e r
a p p
m em bers d ien loaded
F am ily/ ir
red child into a vehicle
the injured
n o rth 6 f Richfield
t
an d drove
h im u n til th e y vrere ab le to
m eet u p wi th an ambuiancc.
H e w atss th
i e n transpoited to
M agic Vallt
alley R t^onai M < ^cal
Center,
A l t h o u ^ his investigadon is
notcomtMO e .E ^ e s to n s a id h c
m ost likely c ly w ilTnoi be filing
c h a r^
“It lo o kcss Ilike It was p u rd y an
ncd d en r."- hhe s a id .
i
ben .ro ckias a n d d irt f io n r ^ b i ^
elevation aalbove th tt road.’
Morris ssa id th e m o u n ta in
stope was
IS s c a rre d ^ w ildfire
last year aan d ’th e r r a actually
an other ssllid e th a t w a n ts lo
com edown
wn b d iln d th e original
aUde.*
Friday's
s slid e c a u s e d n o
property dda m a g e o r injuries.
m i s ^ aI SSo u th e rn U tah U nlverslty mQoo u n ta ln re tre a t by
aboutamlUe.
ili
r ~
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,
ca rry c
LEWISTON (AP)
lP) — A federal
jud g e h a s niied th a t a tim ber
ha rv e st n e a r tho
ho Lewis and
d a r k Thiii m ay co
continue, but
environm entalists
ts p] la n to ap: .pea] th e decision.1.
U.S. D istrict Jud
Ju d g e Edward
Lodge o n Friday' rc
rejected a req u e st by th e cTo oiiu p s to h alt
;•; logging w est o f ro
w
^owcll
Jimction
a n d n o rth o f Highwi
tiway 12.
In his ruling, Lod
L o d ^ said the
- agency is not rcqul
q u lre d to per*
fo rm
m ore
extensive
environm ental anal
nalysis. a s the
enviro n m en tal groi
^ u p h a d requested.
T lie sale is desigr
signed to harvest only trees that
i
lat ore
dead or
Powell D lsa
is tr ic t initially determ in e d th e sa
! sa le would not have a
significant t iiim p act on die envlro n m en t oor r m e neaiby Lewis
a n d O a ilc TThilLWIth
y
d iatdeterm in a tlo n . , t th e sale was n ot
required toto go through th e
l e i i ^ y a n lo
a l ly s u process d lcu ted
. by
th e
N ational
Environm cn
c n t t i Policy Act.
T h e Land;
n d s CouncU and die
M oscow -bas
m se d Friends o f th e
a c a r w a te rT filed a . lawsuit,
claim ing th
h a t because die logging is oct
Dcciirring w ldiin a
roadless oica
rea th a t has not b een
inventoried,
t e Forest Scrvicc is
d . th
required ( o)sstu
t d y the area to detcrm lric if
If it could b e a
Tui wildcrness~dc!klgdover F lro 'b tin n;jd
^ J. 4 0 0 acres' lu tio n .'
two years a g a T heBsa
^ a ie a c o v - .* -.^ - T h e c n v^in
n m e n t a l i s t s also
ers only 117 acres.:.
claim edthcQ
e agency marked live
Joni' Packard, ran
ra n g e r o f d ie trees fo r loggi
gging.
W esternC arrj
rry o v o r 6 0 0
i
]
tah residentits don’t _
t o) lose tax bn
re a k s
H I^ S IB
P o U : U tj
w a n t
SALTLAKECnYCA
X .
A
^(AP) — Most
entch ild icn
U tah residents wont
m t to retain a
A skcdifthc;
h c y su p p o n e d a fia tJ;
Come See
tax b re a k encouragi
rag in g do n arate in c o meet ati x v t i t h a n t e o f 4
■'
tlons to organizatior
The New Fire
refly'lio n s lik e the
p c ic c n tb u :tw
i
w ith out dcducdons,
w
-- > M orm on church, aiccording
co
to a
70 pcrccn t ooffrespondents said
■
W ireless Pho
lone
new spaper poll pubi
u b llsh c d Sat.
they stro n|ty
g lyo r somewhat o p .
K
u rd a y T h e L e Islatu
^ a re’s Tbx p o s c s u c h aitax
ta : .O nlv27pciccnt
■
•
Reform Thsk Forcee is considermvor It. Jones
e s f o u n tJln a su rv e y
™
i*
ing d o in g aw ay with
L co m e Uix conducted bbet
th in
e tw een M a y S lan d
iplem entlnga
J u n e Z T h eppocll has a margin o f
d e d u c d o n sa n d impic
H H II
sorm
j in u sS p e ic cn L
flat ta x C h u ic h o Dlesu
cst sC h rlsto f crro ro fp luso
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ca d c rssa id in
G o v ./o nH
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u tsm an m et w idi
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Latter-day Saints lead
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.
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A.
aries.unoiaisi.
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r
a sta te m e n t last wcc
AIWMM«C«nniunMMn* FOw
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ducd o n s should bes rc
retained.
p a n to discuss
u « s lh c c h m th !io p S loF*K«;
”,
r>MS»u WEtBHnamn
Burt*y
1
The
D eseret
M orning
p()|ddon to rem
rer oving c h a r i t a b l e _______
1 BMMUkmDMt.N. 2IMOv«ton>A«*.
Ncws/KSL-TV poll,
c
J, conducted
dM uctions &
&tom state Income
RKMwm
•)734-niS
(m)«T74S1*
adS25pariTtnHwnii*v(n a b « B aii^
C g a < fi« p « liaiC)<Mni»Mwtc>C
rOSMdnloaiKMolAI
;;
by D a n Jones & Asso<
sso d a tc s and
wr f i ,
klMl5D%c
tiopannji
M0M*0nAn«r>M
gaVMaasNMMrictl oatfi
cy* cr«w
I
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l&WNtonriali
HMMJdlOR.M^CA.
rcp o ite d Saturday,'. f<
fo u n d tliat
*Thcy llkcl)
Bly talked about a
D.W.AK
i
/ WMtand hti*a an tdd fer cabin
*imad»lvnorract*«]h)wrn*FtaAA
n A w A lo tv w 0 > ltn ^ r« t/V Mitandla7fl>pmto&S0
a
m nowacMfca o « t
and 12cr
Utah residents iiicc: thi
th e Idea o f a
num ber o f item
itei s. Including th e
ojn.l>tf.d
irriitwwaanCrlaBWalwaphafiaatiBlarit
(i>ctfkxriE4liWMaaa
iD%cfyarMudadAn)trai*UeBrdN^/
flat-rate Incom e tax,
NabncriiM
c bblu t only if it
flat-ratc taxbbuut n o t only the fiatng(yttm.natiaptana^(lipte)(Can)MrM
wUittaaccunJriaandaqMtRu^tSral
KAKNV.UT.UT.CO. IndxMAnvtia ^ ynochamadialStlpartodaea. Cki)m
icceps th e currentI dd<e d u ctio n s .ra te tax." ssa id H untsm an
Canjcw^
LIyculiXMtiatMenLari s d VMm C arryow
^ Mt planBorf yoi
tf . r i diy Sakrtoy and
IM rM UtatlamCMndaomotto Iv CKhV oetf nd
Tor c h a rita b le givin
iving, h o m e
spokesw onum
o n Thnimy Kikuchi,
m w abtr
nda«■rol »w«feciU». OMr Ivra anJ naW
■>Mena.ioarrtxiahdtTgfhtan(l»gafcaa
m ortgage interest anc
mFMcfSO^UMtnMhtonawattw
a n d dependwho d id n ’t aitte
tte n d tho iheedng.
iaaMd*d»i»lidrtandaai»tnand«l«.n
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w MhMM«f aiqiraeadi Mpartad■ lay fi
toa RVHan^owrM pin ConjciMrMhuMI
;
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@
ed<g e
WIRELt■ESS”
ary_ IHH
B o im d a
Contkuwd from B l
issue. H e said his
lis district's
board h as n o posido
id o n on the
issue yet. H e knows5 ooff four students in th e d isputed
led are a diat
_________ a n e n d H n gcim aii s^
<
ichooU
.._____
Bliss S d o o l Board
ird m em b er
Stan Stondol. w ho> nrepresents
the River Road area,
rea, h a d no
co m m en t o n a possibl
iiblc boundary change.
Allison Westfall, spokesw om an
fo r
th
th e
state
E)cponm ent o f Educat
tcadon. said
Rich C arlson will be!th
di(e hearing
ofllccr fo r the b o uindoiy
nd
pedtion. H e w ill cxam
m ii
in e
w ould b e in th e best
It Ir
In terest o f
th e c h ild re n affecti
e c te d and.
w h eth er a c h o n m wmi
vtm ld cause
one d istrict to navei to
t o o m uch
debt. C arlson wiU then
o cn m a k c a
rccom m cn d atio n to0 dth e State
B o a rd o f EducaUon. M
Milliichthen
will d c d d e if local r ^s id
d e n ts can
h o ld a n e lc c d o n .
If th e bo u n d a iy chan
la iw c d . the
disp u te d are a would
Id b ecom e
subject to H agerm an's
n's tta x rates
.
a n d b o th d istricts wou
vould hove
tax ra tes a d ju ste d accoi
x o r d in g to
new a m o u n ts o f p ro perty.
p er Buss'
assessed vohie is estlm
tlm a te d to
be $49.8 m illion. Hagen
germ on'sls
about $110 minion.
!
71mcs‘Neua writer
ter Karin
Kowalski aui be nac
eoched ot
kUowalsJd&magiaalJey,
leycom or
73^3231.
V
I
S«nfa;,ium8,200S Tkna»Mi
«tow *,T M nM t,kW w
We st
G
^ L A K E C 3mT Y (A P )— The
, Federal A v ia tio>n
n A d m ln lstradon bo s c le a re^d a helicoptcr
• pilot w ho fle w sew
tev eral m issions
pver Sl G e o is e: ti
t o h e lp Hood
■ ylctima.
« Jerem y J o h n s o rn . 29, m ade
bcadU nea'in Jomn u a ry after h c
Saved a £ u n lly stra
itr a n d c d b y the
overflowing S a nl U
u C lara lUver.
He also fln v n uim
m ie io u s rescue
And supply m lssio
s ioi n s o s p art o f
th e relief eCTort,
1 , tH e n raised
g c h o p p e r rides
R e n o e Ludwig’s
' fiu n lly g c tb a d c o n th e ir feet.
! I h e FAA s a i d JJol
o h n s o n failed
to d v e a re q u ire
e d se v e n days'
nodce befo re o f lc
t g th e fund'e rrin
raising rid e s . Jol
Johnson also
allegedly v io la tedd fi
fe d e ra l r e w lations w h e n
th e carrTcd
oqiloslves a n d o n exploshres
expert acro ss t h es rri<
i v e r — a t the
request o f lo c a l rree s c u e coordl*
naiors'— to h e lp
I p b re a k u p a
rtver blockage.
Johnson s a i d hic
e ffe
i a re d losing
his prtvBte h e lic o pp tte r p ilo ts license o r f a d n gi th e f ty fines.
(lie m a t ttee r ls
. now consklered re so lv e d aaf)
f te r J ohnson
to o k a p ilo d n g r eJiriees h e rc o u rs c
( ^ e t d o l pilot-
d u e to the
th e ginr% tra c k record
a n d h ls innt(te n L ’^
Jo h n so
o n sa id he. h a s been
told by thhec FAA th e entire incld e n t will11 1be' erased from his
flybig recot
cord If h c stays out o f
trouble wltJ
vith t h e agency for the
years.
next tw o yc
“i feel g ogood o b o u t th e w hole
situation.u 1 felt like they w ere
really good
5d vrith m e.” h c s a id "I
th in k I wou
rould d o tilings a little
dilfercntly
ly .if I d id it again. I
, would" try
y to d o It right an d
w o rk w ithh tlth e FAA."
fohn so nin: said FAA reprcscntatlv esin S^a t L a te City w o v ^
h im a filee ffolder full o f letters
from th ee ]p u b lic su p p o rtin g
him.
'A lot o f)ff p e o p le cam e to m y
defense one
and h e lp e d m e. a n d
I'm sure tha
th a t h e lp e d .” h c sold.
"People wtrere
er calling m c on the
phone, peoj
>eopIe 1 didn'l know,
asking if th e re w as anything
th ey couldd d o to h e l p .'
t h e
jlS AjU
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.• Locattd:Bttu>9tnAm»rie.
tho
le a n F alls a n d BurUy, Idaho
touth
Frt>
e ExU). Co_l mltetatton tow
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i n t o0
Every Thi
liursday In the Quid
rtdoors se c tio n , The
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des
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ints to recreationalIl copportunities.
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NiiW-Chwry coffi
coffee and end tables. Quern F
Ann pojter bfd »nd
and matching armolte, like new
drop-front drik with
will hutch top , Oal( table and
* chtlri, Etergc, Couch
Cov and love, Ladles roll-top
secretaries dnk. 4 maple
m
bar stooli, Oalc Icebox
style corTrc and end tables, 4 (win beds. Unique
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bed with matching dresser.
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Intlng couch. Round oak table
Ho„ p.w reel.
ei. -China cabinet. Treadle ma­
chine, Hl-boy, 2 iler
Her lamp table, Danlih Modern
lamp. ChirTirobe cab
cabinet, oak dreiter wllh wishbone mirror, Iron wagon
wa{ wheels. ‘Round Oak' parlor stove, OU lanlcrni
ern*. Nocltake china, Sllverplate
flitwacc. Violin, Pilch
’llcher & bowl, Hull. Depression
glass. Blue balien1 b<
bowl, Hornsby's Rhino head,
ir Droadheads, Coca Cola plione,
radios. Old dolli, Mako b au gu
guitar. Ship portholes.
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er. Hale
wIndow.AC, CommercialI fc
l ^ | n i | « dryer,
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bread mixer TO OLS:
I generator Century Quik-fis wire fc
fee welder. Cells (croll
, Drills, Power saw>, Air comprea:
eaiur.. Craftimsn tabic
, Grizzly Band saw, Grizzle metal usaw, Craftiman shaper,
fttman 10* radial arm saw, Mac (oe
o e l under. Hand tooli,
I boxes, Wagner contractor palm sp
sprayer. Angle grinder,
I frnclng, metal fence pojt, Trampc
poline. Lawn furniture
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sryone aspiring
lu eiion wllb lomelhJntt for overyi
Nott:Thii U n g reat «uei
aisb
mcerchandised
to build a trailer o r floU
t their own. Moit all ofthe m
D«wand oan b« p u re htioaod
a a a t auction.
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c d guilty:
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stop/leuve tlic
)!eadcd i ^ t y : 5300 fin e
MaeisU
Ristrace Judge H ow ani Sm yser,
wilh 5300 susp
sus en d ed : 180 days in
Kody
S d y D c a n M tm a n . 2 1,1234 Vajail with 170
rO ssu sp e n d ed , crcdlt fo r
lencla.
:1a, TWin M s : b a ttery o n a law
served: 18
e n fo tccm en t
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th e
rnontlis piolKi
olKition; conam en d e d to
b a n cry ;
ili co u n t one;
•
pleaded guilty: 5300 fin e
10 victim if ap- J - -----w ith 5200 s u sp e n d e d :
Miiiiurk' S<ifr«. 52. 104 L atigo pUcablc; - 1M ag istrale U
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563.50 c o u n co sts; $75
Lone..k.‘ichunK drlvln
ivlrig u n d e r th e
judRelhnvanl
ltd Sm yser.
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public d efe n d er foe; 180
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Kuli 5 J0 0 iln e
Dennis \Vay
i
days in Jail w idi 130 susVayne E ckan.
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V
w ith S200 suspcndix
J;:570.50 c o u n
1x1;
.ju, jj82 E Mail
la in S t-.N a O . . ^ T r o U r t ^W p end ed, ca*dit fo r tw o
costs; lEiO dnys In |ail
v idi 155 susill w
ferom e: drivi
riving u n d e r
\
■\ \ d a y s served; 2 4 m o n th s
pcndwl. credit for nine
jn e days serv ed .
U a. influfnce
[ice: p le ad e d
\ r e C O r O SU
^ probation; 535 p e r m o n th
16 days to be svrvcd
xl ui n d e r hou.se • jfullty: 5300
X) fin e w itli
----- -—
jirobflilon fee; sh a ll n o t
a n w t: drivtnR privdciic;
cges su sp e n d ed
520O suspend.
inded; 578,30
possess o r c o n su m e an y
for l(iO days: 24 m<mih
« i m proK ition;
c o u n costs;; 12
120 d a y s in
oJcohallc beverages o r b e
S 3 5 p c rm o n ilt probatii
bation fee: sltaU
j„u wIUj 118
w here they o re p rese n t;
8 si
suspendc-d.
' n o t possess u r consun5ume iuiy Jilco- . caxlii for one
me d ay served: driving
su b mn it to a lc o b o I/(^ g te s tln e at*
hoUc beverages o r l)c w h ere ^ e y
privileges susm
school;
isp e n d e d fo r9 0 d a y s;1 0
t e n d1 ,c o u rt a lcohol
oa* present; subm it to iilco
ii
h o l/d ru g
m o n th s probal
ib.itlon:.535 p e r rn o n th
co m pplet
lete any treatm en t/co u n scltcstlnf;:
compk-t>
^ k te
, any
probaU on fee:
L-e: sli.iU n o t p o s s t.^ o r
In g ordi
o rd ered oy probaU on ofDcei;
treatinvnt/counseling
ng o rd eretl l>y co n su m e any
ny alcoholic beverages
o b tailn
in .alcoh o l/su b sta n cc a b u s e
pro bation o nic en ta
tnik e all on.-o r bo where* tli
ja tio n an d com ply w ith rccom *
tliuy ua* p resen t: sub*
cvaluutii
scribed medlaitloa<ii mi<
a jid a tte n d /\A
,n it
alcohol/
ations: m tlru d o n to v ictim if
lo l/d ru g testing: a itcn d
m e n ddati
mevtlnRS u s directed;
ed; M a g istrate
c o u n alcohol
:)l s«
school: c o m p lete a n y
o p p llc
Icable;
at
M agistrate
Ju d g e
Ju d ^ e }jcAvanJ .S/ny^rr.
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Hownid
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'ounseJJng o rd e re d b y
Sandni Mny Norrix.
. 2194 E
is . 51.
pro b atio n ofDct
:n n is K Hllgendorf, 32. 422
fDcer com ply w ith rcc>
D enni
31fX) N,. TWin r;iils; driving
dri
under
o m m endailom
ons
of
a lc o h o l/
Highway
w ay 30 E , Box 473, H ansen:
Ih e influence: pleaded
i
ed guilty.
S300
subsiancenbusprivileges; p le ad e d
ju se evaluation: Mngls*
d riv inng
g without
v
line wiU) S200 sustH-n(
K-nded; S7U 50
m ile Judge How
r. 53
5300 One vrith 5200 suspend*
lowurd Sm yser.
guilty:
c o u n costs: S75 nubile
Ic ddiefe n d er fee;
Kristy JoyScc
Sccreio.30. l021W5ish90 days In jnil w ith fin
Bfl su
: sp e n d ed ,
ington St., TWin
vin FaUs; d riving u n d er
credit for tw o days serv
served: d riv in g
th e Influenw;
e; rp le ad e d guilty; 5300
prlvUeh<u suspended foraO
for diiys: 12
fine wlilt S200
!00 su sp e n d ed : 576.S0
m onths prulialion: S35
US pi-r rn o n tli
c o u n costs' 90 <
days in jail w ith 85
probation fee; shall nnot
o t povscss o r
suspettded! cn
cre d h f o r o n e day
consum e a n y alcoholic
olic, l>even«gi-s wrved.-founlayi
lays to tx* serv ed u n d er
or b e wliere tliey ua-■pa-sent:
pn
sul>j.o u se arresi:: dri
driving privileges susmit lo nlcohol/dnig testing:
test
a tte n d
p o n d e d for 30
90 d ays; 12 m o n th s
court alcohol school; ccoi
o m p lete Jiny
prutotion:'.S35
35 p e r m a n tis probutreutm ent/counselinj;
lg ncird ea -d b y
u „ n fe^.; sliall
lioll n o t p o sse ss o r
. probation o m c en pn ro se c u to r,
c o n su m e miy
y aalcoholic bc*veiages
VViUlam I t Hollineld;
I a g istn ite
d: M
o r Ih; where they
the aa* pa-sc-nt: subJudRe I lowonl Smyser.
m lt tn alcohol/d
ll/d ru g testing: a tten d
SUvesta* Santana<Cii
i-Cuevas. 2 0 .
c o u n iilcoltolI sdio
sd o l: c o m p lete any
24G0 Nomwl Ave.. llurli
lurley: d riv in g
trea im e n t/c om
u nnseling o rd ered by
tinder ihu influence; pluai
)luiided Kiiilty:
p ro b atio n offlcei
k e n c o m p ly w ld i rcc531)0 fine w ith 5200) su
st sp e n d e d ;
orn m en d aiiums
ns
of
S7U.50 cdun costs: !H)
1) d ays In Jiiil
,,|coh«l/substnn
ta n ce a b u s e evaluawith H7 suspended, ca-d
:a"dii for o n e
n o n ; Mugistniti
rate Ju d g e H ow ard
day ser%vd. tw o d.iys to b e se rv e d
Smyser.
u nder lunisc artesi: driving
driv
p rivisco tt Zadiary
ary Rlneh.Vt. 26. 507
le(;es suspended for 90 days: 12
W oodland Drive.
ive. TWin Palls: driving
m onths probuiinn: S:i5
15 p e r m o n th
y jid e r th e Indi
n d u e n ce . excessive:
probailon foe; sh;tll not
f
ot pKi'^-ss
or
p le a d e d guilty;
ty; 52.000 fin e w ith
coa^unn* any itkohollc
lie bI eveniges
$ j,5 o o susp en
d
;ndc*d:
578.50 c o u rt
or be ^vliciv they :inj pa-seni:
pa"!
subcosts; 575 public
bllc d efe n d er fee: 180
;
r
(nit to nlcoliol/clrug ti-stlr
-•sting; a tte n d
d a y s In loll witl
.vith 170 suspended.court alcohol school; com
com plete « n y
credit for nvoI da
days served: driving
treatnlenl/coum elinK; oorrd ea -d b y
privileges suspen
ponded f o r 365 days;
' probution officer; p ro
r se c u to r.
2 ., m o n th s ppro
ro b atio n ; 5 3 5 pe r
Willimn H. I lollilleld;- M
N; iig lstrate
m o n d ip ro b .itlo
n fee: shall n o t posIon
ludge Hinvard Smysvr.
s e ss o r consurr
lum e a n y a lco h o lic
I
bmit to a lc o h o l/d ru g
J
iM-nferages: submJ
K odyDcan relttnan.. 2211 , 1234Vale n d a, TWn Palls; o n e coui
r o u n id riv in g
tcsUng: complcii
il/su b sto n c c a b u se
u n d e r the Inllucncc; plead
leaded gullt)^
tle n t alcohol/si
rogram : M a g lstm tc
M
S300 fine w ith S200 ssu^
u spended;
tre a tm e n t prog
5 p ublic d e Judge Randy I..Stoker.
Stt
S7fl.50 coun costs; 575
'
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fender fee; 3f>5 days Inijoll
jnll w ith 315
suspended, cre d it for r
- Hi
H e c c n t a c tlv : TWINFALLS —
Jty In 5lh Disiricc: C
Coo u r t I n I W in
fa lls C ounty in c lu dd tii i h f foi.
low tag:
Orivlng under th<
Influence seirten
tenclngs
I
!
:
I
'is tlr S
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J
;
I
c d for .a e s^ ti'a y s; ^24
24 m o n th s
probution; 535 pe r m lontlt
o m p ro b atlo n. fee: shiill no t pp oo sse ss o r
consiune any alcoholic I
o r be wlica- they arc pres
^ r^ t:s u b m lt lo olcahol/dnjK testin
^ungj a tte n d
c ourt nlcoliol scliool; com;
o m p le te jin y
irca tm ent/counseling oo rd
n ea ;d ^
probation
ofUcer;
o b tn ln
iilcohol/substunce a b u se
'tio n
and
c om ply
ply
w ith
recom m endatioiis: to hHa'
av e in te rlock driving devlcc Insti
nsta lle d o n
vehicle: conairren t w ithh oo li h e r t ^ - :
o n e couni driving withoi
leges: dism issed by ppro
ro sec u to r;
M aglsiniie Judge Mownrd
nlSSm y ser.
>Najeni. 3 1 .
linriqiie/V Maninez-Nti
^120 U-noa-. No. 4, TWin
F
n rails;
one
' c ount driving u n d e r d ie
Ir
ic Influence,
's ec o n d offense; pleaded
d e d g u ilty ;
S300 Tine w ith S200 su
su.s|
.sp cn ded :
S7830 coun costs; 3G5 ddn’
ays In foil
w ith 3M suspended, cnxlii
r d it for o n e
■day served; driving privile
■vileges su sp e n d cd for 36S days; IU
lU m o n tlis
piobation: 535 pe r m ontli
intl) p io b a tlo n fee: sludl n o t ppo
s ss o r
o sse
consum e nny alcoholic: b<
bcvvniges
o r be when: tliey aa* ptvse
a-sent; su b m it to alcohol/drug testing
ting: a tte n d
c o u n alcohol school; com
im pnlete a n y
treatm cnt/cou nsclln g oordi
rd ered b y
probation oHIcer one count
ju n t driving
w ithout privileges; pleadet
id e d guilty;
5300 flni* wllh 5300 suspen(
w nded: IBO
days In Jail wltlt i7 0 su
sa^i
sp e n d ed . •
ca*dlt for one d ay served:
x-d: driving
privileges suspended forr llW
H d ay s:
m m onilis probation; co
conn cu iretit
M 's < 'e n ie a mor
no
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9 0 days in ja il w ld) 86 nispe:
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four d a y s lo b e served u nder
h
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• c o u r t coats: $75i pptiu b lic
u v e n lle s a n ts n c ln g s
. Services vs. Jo s h iu i H a r b a u ^ .
W M ^ded;
. CotfyA . H artw ig, 13.742 D elmlar
180 days In Jail w ith X30 s u s .
y w w l*wl«
ar
Seek ingestab llsh m en to fp j
g g o d e c t ow U t fo>r^ SO
S d ay s se rv ed :
&vc y e a rs |
rhne; TWin Palls; th ree co u n ts p e ttit
il
$248 m o n th iy s u p p o n plus
ib a d o n ; $ 3 5 p e r
c o sts: 180
» ^ cl n j a l l . e n x l i t f b ? l «
S left:
r f ? p le s d e d guilty: SOdsys d e te n c e n t o f m e d lc a f c x p eenn is e s n o t
rv ed : 5633^1 resU m tion:
i(e e ;a tu d ]n o tp o sserve
l a cre d it f o r 42 days served: o nne
e
covered by In su ra n c e ;
w4iile d e p r o b a tioinn unsupervlscd
i
SfcttSOT co n iu mlee ai n y a lco h o U c
>unt b u r s a r y a n d tw o c o u nlU
u
m
edical insurance; $3 4 2 4 1
1 ^» lt? 'th eft: rfliunlssed b y prosecu“b c v c fage j o r bet w ih e re th e y a ie
f e n d a n t isis in custody o f fe d e ra l
uo f birth: $330 a n o m ey V fi
le so
p r e s e n t : tu b m lt to a lc o h o l/d ru g
a u th o ritie
s rlfh e isd e p 6 rte d :D lsr; M a g istrate Judge John W i n .
costs.
H ohnhorsL
't e s t l o s n o contact
tact w ith v ic tim :
tr ic tju d BoJohnC
ge]
Suite o f Idaho. D e p ainn nr .011 o t
H ow ard Sn iy sei:
H artk B.B.A su n d o a 20. 4216 N .
a i^ m
Id Suppon
H ealth an d VSfclfore. C hild
J
I vII
ll f i l i n g s '
u h i;ra p e;am e n d ed to in v IV
M elton. 3 6 , 870
1 4 1 0 E . BBul
'i i n d ( & .
Sendees vs. Dovld AUenVtini
fb tm h A v e.W ,lWfin
ln ]RiUs: Callure CO Ju ry t o a child;pleadedgui]cy:eight
chi
Doi
D
o iin a a n d Kent H enstock vs.
fpatem
lty:
^
S eeld ngestabllshm ent ofp
s
p u r d u M /ln v a lid ddri
riv e r^ lic en se:
y e a r s p esnitemlary:
n it
four years d e C o^tyJ J. M o rsh a n d Jane D oe M arsh.
$301 m onthly s u p p o n plus
p le a d e d guUiy; S10«
tlOO fine: $63.50 . le r m lr u tte
e ;:
four ..
years
Seeidr
c e n t o f .m e d l c u e x p e n s
.c o u r t costs; MagL
la g lstrate Ju d g e
I n d e te r m
in
oinate;
Judge g ran te d re fendaj
id a n ts fo r s p e d o T u d g e n ^“
covered by in s u r a n c e : j
-^KcTWBtdSmyMr.
ta ln e d Jurli
urlsdiction: ^sentenced to
d am
ima,
ag es I n a n iu n o u n t to b>5
e
attorney’s
m edical insurance: $3301an
< ^ to n .2 4 ,2 1 G 0 .
160 d i mI to
to be served Bt th e N o rth
provei
oven a t trial: an om ey ^ fees a n d
fees a n d costs.
^ 3 9 5 0 N .,N a '3 3 ,F
; FUile r o n e c o u n t
I d a h o u in
n e ctlo n alln stlm ir.$ l,000
costs;
sts: o tiie r re lie f as th e c o u rt
of
«
State of I d a h a D ep airtmenc
rm
S|>osses*lon o f a ccoi
o n tro lle d s u b fin e; $8 3.50
8^ c o u n c o ju : D istric t
deerru
e m s Ju s t Flalntlff seeking r d m Heolth a n d VNUfore. ^ d £
s t a n c e ; pleaded guilty;
gull
$300 One
Ju d g e G. RlchardBevan.
Rit
b uxr se
s am en t f o r injuries su stain ed by
V ,S e rv ice sv s.S eralo M an u d T
S v i th $200 suspended
ded: $63.50 c o u n
Jo se p hI M
N aik Cossette, 20. 5 4 7
D oin
n n ia H en sto ck in a veh ld o a c d1*
rpatemicy;
S e d d n g e stab llsh m e n to fp
o
■costs; $75 public d ef
e fe n d e r fee: 90
S h o u p Ave.,
ve.. IWln FaQs: p o ssessio n
d enntP
t Ila in tim d e m a n d J u ry trio L ■ $146 m onth ly su p t> o n plus
lus 50 per• d a y s In jail w ith e e3 su
t u sp e n d e d , tw o
of
a
cc
controlled
su b sta n c e .
tnses not
c e n t o f m e d l c ^ e xpensi
; d ( ^ to M served uuni
n d e r h o u s e a rm e th a m p h i
llld s u p p o r t c a u s
c o v e r t by In su ra n c e : t
I re st: 12 m onths probt
rabatlon: $35 p e r
g u ilty ; f ouuf r5' J S ? S i l t e n t f i 5 ! * J S '
m edical Insurance: $ 2 4 0 5 ft
State o f Id ah o , D ep artm en t o, ff
{m onthp ro b a ilo n ferce:
e::sh all n o t p o sy e a r s d e twe m
r t ln a te ;tw o y e a jsln d e r,
o f b lnh : $330 a tto r n e y ^1 fees
fe and
a
lth
a
n
d
Welfore.
Child
S
u
p
p
o
n
' s e s s o r consum eB aa;n y a lc o h o lic
te rm lru te
:
t
e; suspended: th ree y e ars
costs.
rvices
I b e v erag e s o r be w h ere th e y a re
p r o b a tio V
n ; $1,000
:
fine w ith $ 7 5 0
S e rv
ia VI. A d rian a Marie m g e n i.. S e e k in g estab lish m e n t o f
[ p r e s e n i: subm it 10
lo oi lc o h o l/d r u g
s u s p e n ded;
e d ; $80.50 c o u rt c o sts:
”m
»«>•
tem
lty;
$118
m
o
nthly
s
u
p
p
o
n
n
D
iv
o
r
c
e
s
f
ile
d
I te s tin g one count oopi
p e n c o n ta in e r
$ 3 5 0 p u blie
licdefender fee; c o m p lete
P««n}
; dism isse d by prosec
ise c u to r M a g lsa n y tre a tm
m e n t/c o u n * ^ o r d ^
. p luIS
s 4^3 p e rc e m o f m e d lo il c ip e n sTVent C B a k er vs.. Klyoko
1
n.c*
o t c o v ered b y InsuraD ce;
I tr a t e Judge HowarddSm
Sn yser.
_ ,b y p r o b a Utio
o in oQIcen ihalTrtot p o s ^
(ThbuchlJ Baker.
> A nth o n y S. Martlr
ivide m e d ica l Insunm ce: $456.188
irtln ez^ S an ch e* .
s « s o r co
coin su m e any a lco h o lic
pnnridi
I -H
D ave Hardy vs. Felicia L
l a rd y
' : 2 0 ,3 1 4 Founh S t W
,1 W in n ills;iB s**P
u p p o n f o r a p rio r period; $330^
« ,T
b e v e ra g ess oor fiequenl a n y e sta b Sherri M arie G e o rg e vs.
\ i Paul
■ slsting o r obstructin{
s r r i ^ fees a n d costs,
n in g a n o f fic e r
U sh m e n tw
h alcohol Is th e m a in
w hcjo
onorrM
■ p lea d ed guilty: $100
100 fine: $ 63.50
a o u rc e o 'in
f inco m e: submit to a lco „ S k«aRte o f Id ah o . D epartm ent o f
liom as L
* c o u rt coits: S75 pu
p ub lic d e fe n d e r
h o l/d r u g- testin g ;-- m a in ta in — i ^ ilth
t h a n d Wel£iue.-Chlld S u p p o r‘t- D icas.------------------------------•f e e ; 90 days In Jail with
vices vs. M a rtin & ArlzmendL[j
vith b a la n c e su se m p lo y mleennt or b e e n ro lled in
Service
T h i ^ l y r m W ebe r vs. M
MaorkEarl
Jto e n d e d ; 12 m onth
ith s p r o b a tio n ;
sc h o o l; 300 days
c
discretionary jail
S e dJdng
d n i estab lish m e n t of paterrtity:
4m
p e r m onth pio b ad o n fee;
*244
nno n th ly s u p p o n plus 58 p e r9 i e ^ A nn \O sser vs. Stanl'
anleyEorl
e co m m en d n tlo n so falco .
c e nitt oc f m e d ic a l .o q ie n ses n o t< Vlsset.
3 a o o Drive. TVrtnI Falls:
Ft
e r e d b y in su ra n ce : p ro v id e°
d ^ g
h o l/s u b s ta
n ce abuse e v alu atio n ;
um
covere<
ShandlR iia M ingo vs. Cod
dical in su rance: $330 atto rn ey ^» M in g a
o b s c a r d iif n o te m p io y ^
m edico
'< lriving w R h o u tp i l^
d insciiool; no flreorm s:
f « «I aa n» d costs.
‘blT ense: pleaded rn f i y . *78.5(1
ta te
1 0 0 h o u rrs. com m unity serv ice :
„ o f Idah o . D epartm ent o f
^ u n costs: $75 pub)
>ubUc d e fe n d e r $ 5 6 9 .9 9 rea
restitution: a tte n d 9 0
I ^ ilth
« h a n d W d& re. Child S u p p o rt
^ e e : ISO days in t uU w ith 160 s u s .
/ic es vs. A m y H ope Fornnter.
cdlnjK D bm tD udgoG .
u pended:
driving
king esu tb lish m en t o f paternity;
evaa
.• A in e n d e d for 365 doyi
0 m o n th ly s u p p o rt plus 41 p e rn a O c h sn e iv 3 2 ,4 4 2 L o . .. l u d s c B n n d ,
t o f m e d ic a l e x ^ n s e s n o t
ere d b y iru u rtm ce ; p ro v id e
S E v an William Thoms
3 m so n .2 1 .1 2 8 7
‘
E lical
s
Instunnce: $550 io r su p % . 4 4 0 0 N h Buhl: o n e o
t f o r D p r io r perio d : $3 30
m e y li fees a n d costs.
So* s u s p c S d i S
te n tia ry ; thre
■$SOO°flne w ith $3&
uite o f I d a h a D epartm ent o f
I S r 1^
S $ 7 8 ^ c ourt costs; $75
$7S D u ^ d e y®“” s ^Indeterm inate: Ju d g e
ta lried Jurisdlctioiv s e n H eaItii
lth ai n d VWelfiire, CMld Su p p o rt
• r e n d e r £ee; 90 d m in
180 d m to be served a t
S e r te
y teos vs. >;<nie Brent PoSock.
S stisp e n d e d . two d m st
d n g e stab lish m e n t o f paternity:
Idaho Corxectional Insti*
Seeking
• d e t a l l l n l l e u ofJaQ: di
1 certlO
cate c hanged to reflect
0 One: $8830 court costs;
?
: le g e s suspended for 11
d e fenndd a n t a s fiith en $155 m o n th ly
m e C. RlchardBevan.
j m o n th s probation: $35 p e r m o n th D istric t Ju d ig
s u p pM>rt
o it p lu s 50 p e rcen t of m ed ical
J o h n L «sRaicksJr..56.712B road• p ro b a tlo n fo e ;o n ec o uunn to p e n c o n c x ps u^e s n o t co v ercd by insurance;
ilitK 6 o O n e; w a y Ave. N .,1..I Buhl: possession o f a
j t a i n e n pleaded guilty
id e m e d ica l insurance; $2,640
P«>vtdo
n ^ I S to k er
c o n tro lle d sisubitonce, m e th a m I M n g istn u e Judge Randy
“» sstts o f b irth ; $330 atto m ey li
n o . 2 7 ,4 4 4 4 N . p h e ta m lrie :s: pleaded guilty; s ix
;
lo se^M anuelE nino
a n d costs.
g w ith o u t priv* y e a rs p e n lie n i
• 1260 & . Buhl: driving
a te o f IdahOk D epartm ent o f
Sty:
$
5
0
0
O
n
e
m
ln
a
te
;
fo
u
r
^ ile g e s; pleaded guUty;
tii'a
and o n e h S
H e a lth
's n d Welfare. CMld Su p p o rt
d :$
•w l3 i$ 3 & )su q > e n d ed
:$ 7 8 J 0 c o u rt s u s p e n d e d ;^ i
Ices vs. Jo n a h D avid G oh n n .
■ation:
$
1,000
n
n
e
w
ith
.
11 w ith 8ff su s- y e a rs p ro b atii
S c o sts: 90 doyi in Jail
In
Msnded;
$8850
c
o
u
rt
S
e
c
^ g- e sta b lis h m en to fp a tem lty ; .
p riv ile g e s 5 7 5 0 su s p e n
■ pended:
driving{
I
c
ertlflcate
c hanged to reflect
a
pubUc
defender
fee:
b
ir
jh
m
a y s ;1 2 m o n th s c o sts; $ 5 0 0 f
■ s u s p e n d e d fbr IBO days;
o n t a s Edther: $334 m o n th ly
u jy treatm ent/coim sel.
defenidd ai
3> roD aiion: $35 pe r m oa n th p r a b a - c o m p le te any
su p poonrtp lu s 66 p e rc en t o f m edical
ts c o n u n tu iity in g o r d e r e dd Io y probation ofllcer;
S lo n fee: 24 m onths
n
se
s
n
o
t
co
v
ered b y insurance:
ossess or consum e a n y
e3q>«»
ludge R a n d y J. j ^ ^ n o t g w
Idee m
rv en w eso rfte q u em a n y
p ro v id
i e d ica l insurance; $1,406
» r c o»suu o f birth ; $ 1,002 for su p p o n
k a ..:2 1 ,3 1 3 0 E .
e sta b lish m e n tt > % e r e a k ^ U t h e
s
D an iel A iben N ltk
B th *
J
W o d n a M l a ^ u n e 8U1
p
r
io
r
p
e
rio
d
: $330 ottonieyH
®P "
%vlthout
m a in s o u r c*e oc f income! su b m it t o
- % 6 0 0 N .;iW in IU ls:d Irtving
rtv i
ig testing:
m aintain em *
te es m
a ndd costs.
tt» tv ile g e s : am ended1 to M u r e to . a lc o h o l/d rtig
t
S mttee o< f Id ah o . D epartm ent o f * \
-nurcfaB se/invalld diivei
tiver^ lic e n s e ;
p lo y m e n t o■rr bbe enrolled In school;
5
:0
0
p
m
&
7
:
3
0
p
m
h a n d VAsI&ire; ChUd Su p p o rt
caetioiury lall
$40
H ea ltit
.p le a d e d guilty; $100
a ne: $63.50
90 d a y s d lscav
0 O
“
t
^
H*y tdd* com* d r a u a a your
ees vs. M arco Tbllo M artinez,
fee; ab id e b y
Services
tdge R a n d y J.
p e r m o n th probatkin
pn
c o s ts ; M agistrate Judge
4(1 (tvorttt tnarvM eharaetar and
n gg estiibU
shm ent o f paternity:
rec o m m e n dlaati
tlo n s o f alto h o l/su b Seek in
c
S to k e c
.j(
r*oMv«a drcua aupriaam
o n tiily s u p p o n phis 53 p e r*203 m
moi
. A sh le y Lynn W ebste
iste r, 2 1 , 4 7 5
sta n c e a b usoseevaluation: c o n d u c t
c e n t ooff m e d lc u e x ^ n s e s n o t
.2 :nsw dIA ve.W .N a504
.
XM.TWinRiUs;
Jo b s e a rc h If nno t e m p k ^ o r e n « d b y in su ra n c e ; p ro v id e
w ith o ^ p rtv iro lle d I n schhpoo t n o fliearms: ISO
c o v ered
c o u n t driving witi:
■probation f e e; M agUtrate Judge
iH ow irdSm yiiic
! RogerCoryBraw
ro w n ,2 7 .1 2 0 W ta h •In g to a. N a 2. TWin
TWI Fans; drivtng
;w lihout pttvUegec
.$300 One w ltlT u
; $ 7 8 ^ c o u t co«t*:
« s : 180 d a y s l a JaU
■with IT O nupend
id end . c re d it f o r o n e
;d o y soved: drivtiu
v lM p rivileges sus'p e n d e d for ]60} dc
d ^ 12 m o n th s
iprobatlon: $35 p er
e r m o n th proba*
tio n fee; M agbtratt
n t o Judge H o w ird
’
A4 R e a l Sweet
M agic
c V a lle y
I
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BOISI: (AJ*) — A\ Grarigeville
Gi
m a n conviclctl in) January
/a
of
plotting to kiU a fcdci
edcral judge,
IX agent
w as
pros«xuior and tax
a,
senten ced to -13 years
i federal
ars in
ucous co u rt
p riso n after u rauco
IicarinB., U.S. Attorr
torney T om
M oss said Saturday
ly 1in o»prcpare d statemeni.
According; (o a statcn
atement se n t
to new s ofKanizatJons
3ns Saturday
afternoon.' l-riduy's} p<
portion o f
tlie t^vo•day lieoriiig
ig w asln rcru n icursed at
ru pted w iien 1linkson
iTV m onitor
th e judge, p u s h t^ aTV
ttcm pted to
to tiiu floor iuid adcr
■nse table to
• ju m p over tJie defense
chuTKe at visiting Judge
idge Richard
Clr*
C. riiilniiin o f tlic 9th
cals. who Is
cuit Court o f Appeals
judKinK the case.
strained by
Jlinlcson was rcstni
uiis an d redep u ty US. ^faxshais
courtroom
m oved from Ihc coi
re nremovAl,
until spi'ctatoni were
(he statem en t said. H
I inkson
was later returned In !shackles
for ilie rcst of tlie heaiini
uing, which
w rapped u p at aboulIt 6 1
!vvaihc<13Moss said lie believed
year sentence was appn
"Tlie Idea that a talmi
g e t revenge( oo:r even get o ut o f
p a y in g for his
h is crim es through
v io len ce a n d Intimidation
1
cons tltu tc s a vet
very real threat to
p u b lic safety.’
ty." Moss said. "As
th is se n te n cX!
e (demonstrates, wc
a n d t h e c:oo iu n s take these
th re a ts cxtrem
jm ely seriously."
D efense attc
ittom ey Wesley Hoyt
h a d pnrvlousiy
isiy promised to app e a l .i h e conv
mvictlon. Hoyt did
n o t Im m ediati
lately respond to a
te le p h o n e mnessoge
e
left b y The
J
I
I
w
I
Convicts
,25
get life,^
)r
years for
[)n 9 ^ 1
executioi
5>ycar*old
UOISK(AI»)-A25.yc
Ada C ounty m an wlu
vlu spend
tlie rest o f his life in
In prison
an d a n o th e r will serve
ve t
xccution25 years for the oxec
style m u rd er o f 18«yc
^vo years
Z iicharlah Street two
. ago.
dge Dorlo
1-ourUi District Judge
down the
W illiam son h an d ed do\
se n te n c e s to Jason> M
McDerm o lt a n d ilobroy Wall Jr
: 55. o n iTiday.
Wall may apply for parole
]
after serving 25 year!
W illiam son called McDerM
m otl ~evir a n d said he s
to s
A
never b e released Into
again.
• “T his was a n cxccul
... '
you m ad e (Street) bow
«w dow n
before you," WlUiamsoi
nson said
to u n expressionlesss M
McDer.
rc hhe was
m olt. "You m ad e sure
scared before you shot
You killed h im without
out symp a th y o r feeling."
A third defendant,t, Daniel
C
ilosford , IH, reported])
cdly witnesscd Sireei's shooting
itlng an d
p lea d e d guilty to secon
gree m urder. Tlie pleaa bargain
ba
included an agreem ent
t te s n tto
V
tify against th e other tw
n a
sen tencin g hearing for Hosford is scheduled for later
late
m o n d i.
P ro secu to rs contend that
o n M ay 2. 2003, McDci
an d Wall to o k Street to
t< the
d esert west o f Boise, fi
idcrwear
tiirn to strip to Ills imdci
und m ad e h im kneel on
oi the
ground . ‘Hiey tau n tedihhlr
lm b cfore tliey shot him twice.
le killing
Prosecutors said the
Ic
w as r e tr lb u tio n 'a ^ n ist
s t Street
i
for
p roviding
she
d e p u tie s w ith inform:
rm atlon
arburim plicating th em in a ccar
glory.
. Both M cDerm ott and Wall .
family
apologized lo Street's^ fs
for h is d e ath . How
D ep u ty Ada Coimty Pros
tn r P al O w en said nne]
either
Mponsim a n h a s taken any resp<
billiy for th e murder.
W illiam son agreed.
old Wall
Judge W lliom son sold
w as less m orally culp
ilian M cD erm ott lor the murr
----------d c rrb u t said she also>-felrhc
fel
h a d “evilness" In him.
"W hen you had the |
you w ere in charge," she
she
Wall. "You didn’t hove to shoot
sl
him."
.W lien M cDcrm oti underun<
stood h is sentence — Uia
Uiat he
w ould never b e allowet
wed to
•
leave prison — he tried to
tlie judge tltat theprosecui
version o f events vras wroi
vrong.
“Mr. M cD erm ott, we all
know
wliat
happeni
)cned,"
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picked u p right: wl
w *cre th e Class
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diool
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p o u n d ed o u t 11 hhi!its— Ind u d ln g
th ree h o m e runs
IS •— to b est th e
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ti
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day a n d 9 -n o o n T liesdt
m erican Legion
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baseball se a so n. gets
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som e good experi- schoc
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Aeninn-Hardemine crushes 1Pierce in IFrench Oppen Cowbi
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1VUUS(AP)—-GGra n d S la m .ln deed!
lu s il n e
Hleern in * Ilard en n e
s la m m e d M ary
I
y Pierce
grandly
in m e F ren ch OJ ne
p e n final o n Sat'
ur(lay.
rcdui
duciriK
th e
F r^n c h w o m n n to leais an d a n
a p o lo w to fans
IS aafter tlie m ost
l o ^ l d e d title mai
m atch at Roland
ars.
G arro s in 17 years.
couldn't
• H e n ln -H a rd ce nnin e
haVc p la y e d mui
Tiuch better, o r
Pierce m u d i
w orse, th an
^ they did la a
3 a 6 - 1,
6-1
9 ] ,d r u b b 1n g
iV th at ^ v e the
y Belgian h e r
s e c o n d
F re n c h
'
c h a m p io n s h ip
ia n d fourth
m ftjor tro p h y iust
ast m o n tlis after
slip r e m m e d to3 tem
t( iis from a
lo r e layoff c a u see d ib y a n energyd rtim in g blo o d vvirus
in and a knee
in]ury.
n t s a i o l o f c mtio
o td o n fo rm e ,"a
■llardenne said
sm ilin g H enln*lla
in.'Frvnch a s shiee taccep ted the
jz a n n e Len{^en
siim c o rn a te Suza
In 2003, along
C un .she w o n in
ju sst o verSl milw itlia c h e c k f o r ju
ih rotigli very
'
lio n . "I lived th
year. Tills
d iflicult m o m e nIts
ts last
I
n ib m e w llh h ap)piness."
p ii
lim e s d u rin g
. b e d r id d e n a tI li
her s e v e n -m o n th
a
h absen
ce from
tlie g a m e uniUii si ta rlin g h er
c o ^ c b a c k in Marcl
arch, and bothered l>y a back Injury
luji
the pa.si
t\uo w eek s. H enii
in in -lla rd e n n e
loo k ed d ie p iciu tv
tu oc f health In a
m a s te rfu l p e rfoirm
rir a n c e o n a
ba'ezy. ucaislonull}
i ^ y drizzly ofte m o o n a t K olond
Id C
G am s.
"1 p ro b a b ly e n
ja
nloy
m o re d ia n before
re 'm y illness.
said M enin-M ardc
irdenne, w ho
tu m e d 23 th re e daj
days earlier. I
enjoy e v ery m o mlec nm l'm o n U ie
------- co u n . Every b all-I'll-I'hitriiyrw ’lth—
m y h e a rt."
S he glid ed vvitli
h ei ase o n Ihe
D
i t k a
I and
re d clay
iv and
i
did an y th in g s h e . H
w a n te a1 1ic0 do — d ip p in g lin e s
a n d con
;orncrs w ith - g r o u n d - .
strokes,, hammering
hi
ove rh ea d s,
d ro p p in
ngg volleys — w hile g ettin g plan
Icncy 01 help fr o m o n
, outclasse<
ised PIdrce, die- . 2 000
c ham pion
ion.
"Excuse
is e me. It^ very difQctUt i P B
to sp e a k rrii ^ l now," d ie 3 0 -w o r- b 2
o ld Plcrc<
crce icarfully to ld th e
crcnvd in
1
In Frcnch
after th e m o s t
o n e -sidled
e d French Qnal s in c e ■ ■
StefDGraf
rafbcaiN niaahaZ vereva
6 - 0 , 6 -03 ii
in 1968. "I'm s a d b e - l b
c a u s e 1 lost.
lo! I wanted to p la y a ' N H
b e tte r mai
natch. I'm sorry it .didn't
last v eryjrlong.''
Ic
W h e n1sI
she gathered h e r e m o d o n s often
ie n v ard ,sh c sa ld n c ith er L
p a trio ticc pressure
j
n o r n e rv e s ■ m
g o t to her.
hei but rather o n o d d .
lack o f tension
ten
before h e r th ird
F tv n ch final,
fin i t years aA er h e r
first,
"You have
ha« 10 have so m e k in d
o f em otloi
tion to be u p fo r th e
m a tc h , and
a
before to d a y 's
m a tc h 1I was
w really calm ," s n e
said , addin
lin g th aish cso m etim e s
h a s h a d1 trouble
u
bre ath in g o r
e a tin g bcfo
c fo re b lg m a tc h c sin th e '
laybc I was too c alm . I
p a s t. "Mayl
n e e d e d lo
to be
1 more aggressive.’’
Henln-11
i-llardennc's
first
F r c n d i fina
Inal triumph d id n 't last
m u d i longi
n g cr— a 6 -0,6-4 r o m p
,
itlne Henln4{trdenne celebrates
ss afte r defsatlnf Msry Pierce f
p a s ( fellow
low Belgian Kim C liinch Open women’s singles title,
French
le, S aturdiy tn Pirfi.
jsiers.
,
I
N o r was
I year's llnal m iic h
as la*,!
pjcr
t ^
Pierce had looked s o fluid, ef-> re tu rn o n o ne of Picrcc's!
o f m a tch.h , Anastasia M y sk in a
hm m
forties
ilessly striking w in n e rs w ithft in th e first set. die ball knu
b e a tin g Elena
Ele Dcm endeva 6-1, deep,
cp, hard, flat gro u n d stro k e s
in a high arc dirough d ie {
6-2. F o r Ihrt
h re e y e a ism n n in ^ t h e
agains
linsl N a 1 L indsay Daven- w in d an d landed o n the
F re n c h women's
wo
finals h a v e
porTli
rr ln die o u a n e rs a n d Elenaa line.
=
2
b r e n bimvo
wou(,s.
Likhov
iiovtseva in th e sem is. NowV
Surprised, Hcrce w had
P ierce held
he: serve to 'sta rt th e
Pierec
tree seem ed w o o d e n , awk-- w id e wlUi a backliand e for
6 2 -m in uIClcmalcht then w ilted
ward,
rd, Iflat, her tim in g o ff a n d h err
I4 th straight point she lost
as
sh e watched
jtswlld.
H e n in shots
v
in g a sueich from die se
H u rd e nle
n e win the nex t sbc
Hen
Icnln-Hardennc, ex ten d in gJ g a m e to die flfdi.
straig lit gan
'am cs 10 close o u t th e
h e r: winning
wi
streak to 24 con-•
T h e crowd kept chontlr
jiuckled
set — dielas
utive m atches, all o n day,_ _ P le rce — "M ar-y!Marjy!^last point o n a d o u b lesecuiiv
laGlt b y Picrcc
Pii
— and th re e
ciiclh'r
ihi“heed aiiy luck^ b u t she; trie d to r ^ y her witli rhyi
m o re in aQ nrow 10 start d ie sec h a dJ tl
th at-going fo r her, too.
o n d sel.
icn she mls-hlt u forehand
Wlien
acked it
I
iv a y
becoi
im
e
a n
A
]F
L
e o
m
::owrboy8 head to PocatdTTieCo
o n th e Ifi^ ila n d '
lo to ta
ac k s a t C entuiy H l ^
Tlie 'IVvin FaDs AA ' Razorbac
BOISE — Tin
Am erican Lcgloi
^ o ri baseball team School o rn M onday
m oved to 3-1 o n thefr young stoe«N i
lu nr d a y s ^ a m l n s t
so n w ld ia S a tu
ie <
G em s a t Sdse's
d ie h o st Boise
U m bciiinoH igli
IghSchooL
S c -rto i.
G o m elb clob n jg c d to Cowboys
r i S l H S S
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rr, w h o pitched a
a c e Nick Cair,
m e one-tiittcr for
co m p lete gam
ta w 2
tm c k o u ts lx b a t- '
th e w ia Carr s tr
^^
'lw 2 f»-i?R»
s d th
tm m
te is a n d walked
t rc a
"N kk Carr plti
well," Bruins hnee a d coach Tim a S S nJIT i
Aid. "We weren't S S t M
S tadelm eir said
5o ln g w lth h im to o
p lanning on golr
long, b u t he sts
s t a ^ under h is'
.
AmatsurgoH
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p ltd i count am
n d w e swung th e
b a ts extrem ely
d y well d ie first Blatote)
By,WIl9ontiedfbr
pim e,"
t amateur lead
I w en t 3-for-S w ith
Rupeiti
i Bo Folkfripi finRUPERl
K T — After D a y ! o fth e
w ith 3 RBIs and a
RupcrtA
UnnateurM cn^ GoITIbur^
_ ..
luim cnt aQtI th e R upen Country
saw G am e 2 slip
Q u h Gler
[enn Blakeley an d John
r i ^ fiy v^th m en
u nim n ore
ire tied for d ie lead. Bodi
id ifrd iio td i^
>under-parroim dsof69, .
win Rtl& M an PhlUlps
m etoss.
trallsatTO
70, dilrd In d ie diam pl.David R yanw i
l l ^ t s ta n d in g
a triple, while B<
vUIIcr a n d Bruce Draper rish finished 2 -foris h r a 3-for-4 witl
fo r th e first flight 1^
s. K ennyStedm an
double.
;p ec th « rounds o f 72,
o u b U i over two
H ie Bndns dsm
» n C arrier o f Pocatello
ished 4-for-8wia» K t S S:scco n d f l i ^ t a t 75. Rkic
ovray, a s a sacrlilc
o n sccond an d thi
ild n t p u t the nail ^ “ " 2 1 le
*' ad s th e third f ll^ t
G e m sa 14-13win
gald. w ith a7 9 ,w
,v idleK hk Johnson^ 84 '
B em h aid took the
fii^ t.
lw d l2 6 o f 6 u r 2 8 l e ^ t h c f fourth
c
N ate Robensor
la
b e e n a gtxxl first
T he c h am plonshlp f il^ t wiU
w ith two RBIsimd
atilrlO d iism o m in g .
continue ai
w hile i\iu l Gerrish
4 w idi two RBIs. Ki
d u b b e d d u ce doi
gam es, a n d Qnlshi
twoRBIs.
"Wc ju st couldi
In th e coffin." Su
"But we played wt
we
TT»»TlmaeNews
ssss
lo o to u t 1looms
le M em (orial
A sh<
“ I a t thi
b
lio (AP) — David
h is -S-iron was
back b u n k er on
1 hole, so w hen It
T ii^ tb e h is d a y
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Qolf
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],5 |d |s , u iUi ,g o in g strong after his
n ln g ^ c to r y a w eek
.
i
l e lo n g e r holes, shot a
e only guy who
56 S aturday to take a ’
b e a ro u n dd because
b
lARRINGTON H O PEFU L: s o n could do," McKinney
1w ant t h e m
HAR
"1H®a?d
O.UBUN. O hio I
:e le a d hea d in g into to k n o w It's
irolt quan c rb ac k Joey HarIt's Im ponant to m e Detroit
last summer.
iivihm tr -T b m s feared iw
h iss c o iin g a n d a
d ie lend,
I t o f rc ro u n d o f th e AUlanz '
h e a d e d for d ie :b for
a
jton knows next February's1
Now, Williams' agent.ly dI u n lc
a n d it shoul
ould be im portant to rington
-u n d e r 64 and C h ^ p lo n s
d ie par-3 fourth8 he
>cr Bowl
ivlU b e p la y e d in his Steinberg, says th e ru n
Super
I
^ohn El\vay hasn't
in't faced Mike th e m ."
ay d e for Only t ^ xee £ y s ago, Reid sdll
kissed o ff th e p four-w
in
b a c k w ants to retum this
has been involved in hom en c stadium , a n d h e acDiUca in a football
ill ssetting for a
Elw ay ha:
1 a d a z e over what he
red
«
I t
into th e c u p for
a Couples, Jeff
nvlcdgcs th e o cc a sio n a l a n d plans to be in Miami's
b r tlirce seasons. T h is knowlc
wbile. O n Simdny,
,y, tth e ir team s d ie AFL for
rt B ry an t
had done2 in th e Senior PGA .
ured Saturday mig
dream about p lay in g in d iat in g -cam p. A nd w henn ag
*
sqtiarc o ff In th e plaj
ilayoffs.- •
is D ltka's llrsi
Dn year wlUi in d o o r daydrei
n sh lpIastS tm day.
:
/ere
-wlthfri
-four - - C ham pions
a t d ie M emorial.
-----------------------------------gam ti“
— a b o u t th e prospocfofW IU
!
■
C lw ay' r u n s the'
ih e 'C o Ib ra d b — football.-----le from three strokes »
ad
—
in
d
u
d
in
g
He
cam
e
H e w asn't-die o
ct 1his p rim ary f o c u s 'th is
retu rn in g to Miami. McKL
^^t
;
C niish
ish
o f the
’"I feel ddvie same' way J o h n
th e final h ole to force >
im er b o n th e L ions' season
ley said
th a tv ra y •}nc o f d ie few dow n o n thth e n w o n It on die :
h a d nothing to say.
said. ‘1 talk to d ie p la y - surrunc
in a ' Football docs," hcsal(
A rena
O n a d a y o f loIwn jeu tral — set- a playoff, tJ
;ner against th e G re en Bay
"I'm not going to talk a!
igue. Dlika is a e rs a n d I see
se« them, b ut I d o n 't opener
Leagu
hole.
sh o u ld b e a first extra ht
, i«
w ild sc ram ble fc
kcrs.
. ihaL I'm sorry," McKinney
i io h
m inn o rr ow ner o f really get Inw
involved with interfery a t Mulrficld
Bob Glideder, w h o changed his !
in n lM
Tbm s sh o t an aa -u
D fco u rseyouthirdcaboutit. . T h e WUlIams saga hasi be
C hicago in g w id i tliem.
tlic
I talk to th e m .
th e!
pu ttin g grl
p ip ju s t before th e .
lU
vpnr
w
o
u n d u p In a fot
game and before th e
„ vvc have to get in to th e play-.. so u rc e o f constant specult
•Hush,
sh. Both Hall a fte r th e gar
to
sh
o
o
t
w
h
at
roim
d,
m
at
la
tc h e d Reid’s 6 6 to •
I 's t ^ th e le ad w i ^ Fred
said. "I vrant to
a ro u n d the Dolphins, althc
o f Pan
Pam ers like to g am e. I'll go In and say hello t o ^ e in."Harrington
shooting,"
Cou- pull into coi
ro n ten d o n a t 5 tm der :
ask e d
Slum an a n d Bart
B
inilthe Super Bowl, b u t m y p layers Insist d iiy rc not spt
g el inv
involved \vidi everybody,
6 6 d ia t p u t him along vrith
th M orris Hatalsky ,
m nuns
, Tton odiers^were
1is to win d ie fo o tb a ll g am e
Ing
a
n
y
dm
e
thinking
abo
Insp irin g d ie ir player
yers.
“I'm not
i t thcts to d istra c t
p a t d ie Memo- (67), B m ce
:e F lelshcr (70) an d '
.vTrw»J«
sh o ts o f d ie cad
ad of me. If y o u r g oal is to
re union.
"B eing a p lay er m y w hole life, th e m . These
i d estraight year, first-roundd c o -le a d e r Tom
:s e j u > , got e n o u g h
H g c r W oods, on
every football g o m e ah ea d
"He's n o t here. He's not pa
•] enjoy b e in g arounc
u n d the play- o n th e ir mir
Cn b o u t
players stuck In^ nt 0 chance as Jenkins (72).
2 );
ou, tficn th e rtisidt Is you'll th e team , so it's not our p^iat
ers," Elvvay said. "Tli.
'T liat is why 1 o u t th e re and
an< play hard, f h a t's
t,o in
t
In die playoffs a n d you'll e v e n talk about it," offen
st,S.to“f . S . V
a m tlirilled to b e Inv
involved \vldi vvhat I'm imp
mprcsscdwldi. T h e se
h av e: aa •shot lo b e In th e Super lin e m a n Wade Smith sold,
im , Inkster
th e AFL a n d to b e involved
inv
witli kids g o after
er liIt every tim e th ey 're
Rn«,i- '
ta lk a b o u t die guys dial a re
share lea<
ad atS h o p R ite
tlie C ru sh . ’Iliis is oc n e of tlie o u t there. Tlicy're
Tl
going b o d i
SSSSK
™ V & v e g o tnt ito d ie creek,
h e r e now."
riaao l« «
d io u ^
everyone else is lies
she o n d ic back
: oftlicm,
so It's fu n to
m ost Im p o rta n i thir
things In my \v a y s m o s to
f
LENT SETH: S h o rd y after
N ew D olphins coach f
^ 'lasS IC
pies said after a 6 a6 9-iron d iat
w atch."
life.
, .
Ricky
V
y Williams
re tire d un ex - S a b a n has .said he’s open i
GALLOW/
VAyTOWNSHlR N.I.
in d ie f ln a lg io uhpeas b eh in d die ■
f lf I'm iu o u n d aan<
n d tlu 7 sec
NelU ier team
tea nos been in th e
pectedh
edly from Uiu M iam i W illiam s return, although
A nnlka1 S! oronsuim is r i ^ t ;
,
rial fo r d ie sc c o dn tl7
d : d i.H c h a d
m e in tJie locker• rc
ro o m , th en A renaBowl,1, but
t
Sunday's w in Dolpliiii
iliins last year, c e n te r Scdi
to o k Auburn's Ronnie Bn
th e o th er leadw here she! w
' a n ts to be. And ,
p a r to f
“I hav e Just a s good
thby k n o w it's im port
tortani. Ifyou n e r w ill adv
idvance to d ie UUc
McKlnn
ilnney m e n tio n e d how
w ith th e No. 2 overall pickila
in c c to
J04.
she's got con
am pany.
‘
e lg h t o r l 0 g u > l“
hi^ve a n o w n e r whc
vho Is never g am e. Ditka's
ta's Rush beat Elway's
angry
h( was w idi th e 2002 NFL y e a r’s draft. Brown is cxpet
y he
sta rte d the day
Show casli
sin g h e r power, fi- ■
ferwlv^
B ryant recovered
■;
a ro u n d , d ie n I don't
II k;
know if tliat C ru sh b o d iI dj
dmcs tljcy m et d u rnw hm
Inggchampion,
to b e d ie starting n m n indg t We
n esse a ni dd d eterm in atio n , •
ble bogey a t N a)t2 lead, h a d a
rs. bI u t I like to In g d ic s e o s■son.
oi
affccis o th e r players,
“The
t
h e rhost
selflsli th in g a perw h e n d ie season opens. are su u
ltd ia tw a y u n til
S oienstam1 ggra b b e d a share o f r
his a p p ro a c h into
] u n th a t h e ran
die lead a t d(Iie S hopR lte LPGA i
. .. .
m aking five birdies
Classic o n Saturday;
Si
1 N ick
nin e , m d u d ln gInag e slid just
shooting a '•
I
n to a
sto p p ed ju st inches
,
6 -u n d e rp au*ri65 to h ead into th e ;
Igh h e
c u p a t th e difflcidt 1
final
ro u /idI d c d w ith ju liln ^ tc r '
'
C c ^ u e d from C l
solid se a so n aarc h lg liln B u h l.
fo r the
thc Eades. S a u e r a n d
i
tern
like we have in the pasL
the .Ml this did
a t 10 under,
B row n
a 6 6 a n d joined ard.
r.
will also a d d p o p at
/o u mix two d e c e n t Thomnpson
ps
:am Uioc fca"W h e n yot
U n d e r the new direcdor
pipy fo r a Buhl leam
U idiis
e rs a t I2-undcr204,
e nam es.
Reeling }ff
off fhre birdies in h er <
u hopefully
h a v e a th e plan
ilalc, as each h it o v e r .400 IM att Peterson, die Burleyp ectcd
I d lin g from te a m s , you
I
B
tu res q u a lity p itch
S liunan. w ho stai
I h o le s, Sorenstam •
- n y lla m U - Rood tean i.. but
bl you have a lot o f d uringigtlthe liigli sc h o o l season. c<a ts will condnue to devc
A dsdn L ain g a n d al»cr
gback
w ith a o n e -sh o t 1
Iter’
s opening-rotm d !
lg
on
in
the
s
u
m
m
e
r
W
hile
Jc
th
e
ir
yotm
g
talent.
The
Bob<
b
e
Uie
Tube's
tW
ngs
going
(
e
Jesse
K
oopm
an
is
a
year
i
to p ..P itch in g m a y be
c h an c e to finish it th
tth c s to g c f o r a S u n - '
and fo o tb all removed
a 6 8 , leaving
)vcd from h is s te lla r s e n io r ... at ip ladeifrwidi dils year’s ji
jin g .H n m ll- w ltll b a sk eiball
e lt
j
early s tr c n g tn .a s Lair
a 40-foot birtlieputi
dovvn b etw een the
synolds said. "T hat's sea sosn
n at W cndefi. K enny lo
1 ts, including Craig Bcltr
I
loh. DcM ello. Zach
cli L cckento “ “ PS., “ “i”
u p o v er th e mdnngd a lo n g w lfi
flail
cey somcdmes. You . should
WiU all seb k in d o f dlccj
Jd bbe a solid h itte r n e a r th e l' y i c r Seomons, a n d Ga
I
a n d l y c n t C n m e r w:
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b d o w th e cup. 65), w ho also tw L P G A f e o f Fam ers.
really d o n tI get
gi a fed for w h a t to p o fifthcorderafterhicting.490
thi
don*'t c o u n t o u t Laura
\
Wrigley.
tim e o n t h e hill.
T h e th ird ro u nhole.
di
Davies, w hoo w as a stroke back
nmctlm es unUl y o u d tu in glgtlthe spring.
D u s lln lo a s . y o u W
son
H ow a hard-working grou]
-We-U look fo r Dus
isL"
o u t th e leaderboard
after shootln
in g a tournam ent- '
b u tw e h ad g o o d re g H eadiad coach ^ Lloyd's W ood ju
J n io rs progress dils sum
r of
role, at least
July, but
su m e o u r c lo scr role
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ta to
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erfortheTW ins.
sad o n or
to discuss th e ir conversat
losing strea
reak, perhaps p u ttin g
dg e said
ay ’s reac d o n . W edg
G eorge Steii
teinbrcnner a t e a se for jndlai
llans fire Hall of Famer, hMe uwnould
a d dress th e tean
aw hU e.
*amSun:er fourth straight loss d a y b u t d iat so m e o f th epiayers
ep
jo e Natla d ian ( 1- 2 ) w alk e d
^ftor
r—w
e
re
-a
lre
a
d
y
a
w
a
r
e
oof the
H ideklM ats
a ts u lw itlio n c o u t,a n d
CHI<
:h1CAGO '-^ T la ll o r F o m er^
Alex Roddgi
change.
dguez singlcxl h im to '
Eddie
iie M iuray w as fired Saturth ird . Siem
M urray w as in h is fourti
:rra, who stru c k o u t
day! aa:s h ittin g coach o f th e!
writh th e! bases
b
lo a d e d a s a
Qcvcit
veiand Indians, w hose sp u t-• a s battiiig coach. Hitting
p in c h -h ittc
Iteri in d ie e ig h d i,
leringi
ng ofTense h a s been a m a jo rr d in a to r D erek S helton w l
sm ackeda afly to dee p c e n te r
disapp
appointm ent.
rim basis
over th e job o n a n interim
field — w
wlhere Tbrii H u n te r
M
luur
rray. in d u cte d into th e! fo rth e rest o f th e season.
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7-3
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2-2-B
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thn
l i s t __________ ______ _____ - b le I n - th e -J iln th -s c o rerrl
d
g am e's only ru n a n d Ds
Davies
s' h u t dovm th e Pirates into
nto th e
lies 10, D’backs 6,
Phllllei
eig h th in n in g , le a d in g th e
gg
game
|B raves to a 1-0 vic to ryIg
y <
over
nuTr /
IlIADELPHIA — B obby P1 itts b u r g o n S atu rd ay iiig
ught
. j , “ uu . h o m e re d tw ice a n d
D o m in ated for e i ^ t iim
nriings
c in fo u r n m s, Jim T h o m e bI y M ark R edm an, th e Braves
Bn
I .
c o n n e c te d a n d V ic en te aj d v an c ed only o n e ru nm
n eer to
la w o n fo ro n ly th e s e c o n d
t c o n d — ancf th a t o n a stx
strikese
th is y e a r to h elp Philadel>ar-old
oi u t — tm til th e 46-yeor
p h la bei
b e a t A rizona in th e first F1 ran co 's d o u b le o f f relit
ellever
io fa d o u b le h e a d e r.
I ike G onzalez (0-2) to) right
M
r
® B ,ee° PPhillies (28-27) m oved sco
t re d Brian Jottlan, Who
lo h a d
t a c h e d o n a force p lay.
abovee .£.500 fo r th e Qrst d m e re
y .'Tho
they w e re 7-6 o n April IB RBI
i
sin ce :the
w a s only th e eig h.th
th for
cs lto th e ir fourth straight F{ ranco, w ho vras m a k in g a s
th anks
f q u e n t s ta r t
w in a nmd
d 13th in 19 gam es over- fre
F o ster (l-O), w h o hasrrt al„ n* „
Icnved a ru n in 1 6 a p p e a ra
e s 1, Pirates 0
iworiced o ut o f a baaes-loai
BrSVOS
“ 2 ^
PITTSI
TSBUHGH — O n a nig h t ja
Ji m in d ie eig h d i b y geti
D
th e Atlar
llonU) Braves sto n e d 21^ ary le W ard o n a isoft
g
ro
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r.
R
eltsm
a
p
itch
e
year-old
□Id p itc h e r Kyle D avies
8
edd to e
i
a n d tw
pVoOo( th e r rookies, th e o n ly n in th fo r m s th ird save in
En five
tim elyf hi
h it th e y n ee d ed to w in op
o p o rtu n ities.
.
ca m e izom
fio a p layer m ore th a n
Davlea lovirered h is ERA
RA to0.77,
striking o u t five a n d walkwj
o ld en loou u; ^ to b e th eir father.
0
Julio0 Franco's
F
v. _
tw o-out d o u - in
ii g four.
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13-18 1-2
13-17 1-2
10-13 M
10-16 1-2
14-17 2-1 , ,
Intr
1-2
2-1
1-2
2-1
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
FrUay’sU te Games
TairpaSayS,6eatII«1
S atuida/s Games
ostone
l A Angels 13. Bostoi
Texas 14, Kansas Ctly 9
a 6, Oeveland 5---------------------- . Baltimore.l4,Oetrolt7--------.ChkagoWhitdSoxS,
N.Y\?nlcee8 4 .Mrax
Toronto al Oakland, late
tnnesota 3,10 Innings
Tanca Bay si Seattle,
itile,laie
Sunday's Games
Balltmore (Cabrera
4-< at Detroit (Mantn 4-5). 11;05 a ja
m.
a 4-4)
ibum » } al Boston {UDer2-1), 12.-05ipjn.
p.
LA. Angeb (Washbun
!;10 p.m.
Irown 4-5) al Wnnesola (Sara 3-3). 12:1(
N.Y. Yankm (K3rawi
>) at Kansas City (Grelnks 1-6), 12:10 pjn.
pji
ila 44) at CNesgo Whtte Sox (Buehrle»7-1),
7- IDSpjn.
) 3-5) at Seattle {M ^r 5-2), 4:05 pJit
•0) at Oakiand (Hsren 2-7), 4:05 pjn.
id2
Torooto6,Oaktond2
ssfflea.*!
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Late G am e
liaweiiLA*? i ' a Dodgers 5
'
S a tu rd a /8 G a m e s .....
N.YMflts5,SanFran<
■randsco 1
SI. Louis 11. Houston 9
A l ^ l , Pittsburgh 0
rlzonaS, Istgame
ida3
Colorado 7. Clndnnaii 5
l^ta le.^M g a n te
Chleagc
igo Cubs at San Olego, lata
S u n d a /8 G am es
no«Ma(AJBurrwR3^
13-4) at Wtohknton (Pattorson 2-1). 11K
11:05 aJTL
Arinna(Hats«y4-2)at
2) at PhiladetpWa (Woil 5-4), 11:35 ajn.
n.
ABanta(H«(rDlon4-1c
1-1 or Smitz 4-4) at Pitlstiurgh (OI.Perer
rez 3-4), 11:35 ajn.
Stljt<s(MiJdw 7•2)
.2)1at Houston (6 emens 3^). 12.-05 p.m
i.m.
CIndnnali ((3aussen
n 224) at Colorado (Jennings 34), 11)5
6 (pjn.
San Frencaco (Tomko
nko 4-7)
‘ at N.Y Mets (Isid 14), 2:05 pjr
}jn.. 1st game
San Francisco (Schmid
imldt 3-1) at N.Y Mets (Benson 3-2), 6:0
}:05 pjn., 2nd game
Mrwaukae(ObermueOs
ueOer 1-0) at LA. D ^ i s (Penny 2-2).:
I). 2:10pjn.
ChicaooOte(C2an«
Smbrano 34) al San
(Peavy 5 40orW
0
,W ^2-2).2:3S
breimer: YiYankees
H Steinbi
V letting? down Ne^;w York
f“ Waihlna
hington Nationals shortstop Crls
M
ristlan Qinman, left, aiid right
■,
un
:ond base innpira Joe Brinkman
? erL Josa Gutllan (S) holp up tacoi
’Sf*
Brinkman fall t»ror« the top of the seventh Inning during i
.. ^
wKh the Florida Marlins, Satur
fam es wl
:urday, at RFK SUdlum in Wash
uhtnfton. Brfr
Brinkman fell as he was trying{to
t atop Marlon Bynl, who wai
mu
running'
iK ted
Ing to argua with first basa ump
npire Bill Miller, who later ejeci
b i.ii,i^
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JS
CAP) —
George S td n b iccimer
nr
feels ids
Yankees are lettins
tir« down New
V uk a n d h in tedI ^c n a n ^ c o u ld
b e c o m in g urUes:
Jess th e team
starts w iiuung. .
T he Yankees1 ow
c ner confirm ed his dlscu
scussion widi
m anager Joe Ib rre
rre and general
m anager Brian Ca
Cashman and
said Saturday it wz up to the
two o f th em to soh
solve.the p ro b -.
lem, o m inously ad(
adding a ’‘r i ^ t
now” to th e e n d ooff ihis remarits.
Stdnbrerm erhelc
idddieconfcrence caU w ith Tbm
bire, Cashman
a n d te a m pre sld
Levine o n Friday,' ■a f a ^ h l s t ^
was sw ept by th e 1
Royals, th e d u b vtrit
recsrd in th e m ajo r 1
TWins d ie n h a n d e d
their sb o h s t r a i ^ t
longest losing sa
dropping seven in a
t e n u ^ an d Octobei
yeac th ey recovered
W 9rid Series,
'S telnbrerm er,'' ihroufih
ih
me,
that
confirm ed th e diiscusslM
isc
ho h a d w ith Joe Tbrr
brre and Brian
C ashm on a n d R ar
y e s t^ y ,St«
spo k e sm an H ow ai
“ W & tu rd a ;
o B tn d to d o anyi
•»ju*VB g hro
jdDnt
m ev eiy th liw w o nneed.W
ee
need anything m lore.
ore Itll up to
In.'
d ie tw o o fu s to w ln
.'
’George w as very
<
ly concerned,
but his
H e d i d n T s h o w mgei;
a^
fighdng spirit is th
e
diere.
and he
wants to vrin fo r New
•few-Vbricfahs.
He feela vm 'n le
a
letting
them
aify in Tbne^
d o w a b u t IA really
a n d C a ah m arrt h aan d s r i ^ t
now f
If^theae Yankees
tes d o n t get
m o d around — a n d
filings tum
fast — . d ra sd c c h a n g c s
could be ahi
ih e a d
‘It^along
n g season a n d G eorge
isn ta v e ry
f pj a d e n t m a n a n d w e
Id th at," T brre said
after the losj
Dss Friday, ‘iti d ealing
widi George
gc, w hen yo u lo se a n d
you're supp<
iposed to I k w inning,
It's not a hai
lappy tim e. B ut w h en
you win, he^
les consum tly driving
you-to imp
nprove, s o u ie lo n e
dotsnt chan
an g c m u c h .'
After losin
dng 6-3 to M lnnesoui
onFridaynii
n iA tN e w Y o rk is 2 7 27 — than
in k s in p a r t to a n '
™ » a r tM 8lin
lr g
A
th re e -g a m e
sw eepddsv
( w eek by th e Royals,
lird tim e in th e Yan!d history th a t theyV e
J t.ih rc e .g a m e a .lw .a ______ _
d ie w orst re cord in
a, according to th e
s Bureau.
im pted S tein b ren n er
th e conference r a i l
rre a n d C a sh m a n
x d os a ‘‘state^)f*theusslon. B oth s a id n o
d < ^ o n s w o m ad e d u rin g th e
“ jj:
t o
,
S
List a conference'caQ
t )Ut
t th a te a m ,' CashT h a t^ a m tw a a .”
I m o d e n o secre t th a t
e r is u nhasp)^ T h e
e, after aD. lo m ig to
aite d team s, a t le ast
^
onp ap e t
ils a n a ragtag g ro u p
Royals
n e n a n d y o u n a te iB ,
ofjoumeyme
h o m belong m th e
most o f who
ies.
minorleague
WBiB p lay in g
And the TVvlns
TV
Ir tw o b e st h i i t n a ^
w idioutdidr
JoeM aueran
m d J u s d n M b n m iL
lh a t didn't sto
sti p d ie m ftn m p fling up 11 hits,
hi inchidlng tw o
homers offst
sta rte r MDca M uaalna.
C:a
i ll 7 3 3 -(■0931 t o sj u b s c r i li b e t o T»h e T im e3S-N
i
eyif^,}.r
i.
16-9 14-16 2-1
14-12 15-14 2-1
16-13 12-14 M
16-14 4-21 04
Home
19-7
17-11
13-15
11-13
11-18'
2-&S
G8
Horn f m t Ir*
17-14 IM 1-2.
Str
W-2
H
L-1
L-4
L-1.
UO
^6 4
WestDMsion
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WASHIN(7rONI CAP)
[fi. — N a- h a lf.g a m ei behind
b
W a sh in n o n
d o n a ls outfielder• M arlon Byrd in th e NL. E
B ast Florida left 14
k n o ck ed over o n ec tu
um p ire d u r- ru n n e rs o n b
in g o n orgiuncnt wii
w id i a n o th e r
W ashingtc
Igton s ta rte r T om o
S atu rd a y night, a n ugly m o - O hka allow
w eed one rim in eac h
in g to n 's 7 -3 o f th e first
m e n t in W ashing
s t three innings, o n
Florida M ar- M iguel C ab
r
v icto ry over th e Hc
ibrera's
RBI d o u b le in
th e first, Juaj
lins.
u a n Pierre's RBI d o u In a rare blg-marj
l a r j ^ v ia o r y b le in th ee :second a n d Ju an
Castll- E n c am acio
n elghdi h o m e r o f
for th e Nationals,. VInny
Vli
ion's
la h it a threc-run. do
d ouble, Nick th e se a so nlie
lea d in g o ffth e th lrd .
tw o runs, a n d
T liat allow
Jo h n so n drove in twc
lowed the M arlins to
- ev en slum ping Crls
Zrlstian G uz- tie th e game
m e after trailing 3-0
m a n c o n triW tcd tw o h its a n d
foUowdng Castilla's
Ci
d o u b le in
th e first Innli
a n RBI.
m lng oir Al L eiter (2m o st talked- 6 ), w h o loat
But th e n i ^ t 's m(
oaded th e b a se s by
iurely vtrill b e h ittin g tw o0 batters
b
a b o u t m om ent sure
w ith pi(phes
^ r d 's o u tb u rst It c a m e afte r afte r ^ v in g u p a single.
h e w as called o u t: o nr strikes to
e n d th e sixth, w hen
icnlust-bjsc Cardinals:
Is 11, Astros 9
u m p ire Bill Miller i
H o u s rO
o fN
—
Reggie
Byrd w en t aro u n
i t a grand sla m an d
ch e c k c d swing w ith * = c o u n .
son M arquis a d d e d a
fu ll
h o m er d u r in g a n
Byrd, thinking h e 1
third inning, a n d th e
a w ilk . was ab o u t 1
iirdinal? h eld o ff th e
allzcd MUIer SL Louis Cm.
first w h e n hc realis
Lstros 11-9 Saturday.
h a d called him out.L B yid b eg an H o iislo n Aslr
um pire, a n d
S a n d e rs w ent 4-for-4 w ith
arg u in g with the tiii
D o n B uford
RBIs- M
Moarquis w as 3-for-3
first-b a s e coach Do
lits in the th ird a n d
th em .
w ith tw o hiti
s te p p e d betw een the:
ols h om ered in th e
als to o k th e A lb e n Pujols
As th e N ationals
lelp preserve t h e vierth e s w n tK
e l ^ t h to helf
A d d fo r thcTop~brthi
rg u in g b n h ls
«ory fo r the
h e C ardinals, w h o
Byrd c o n tin u e d argui
fille r ejected h a v e w o n I1I1 o1 f IS.
w ay IO left, on'd MlUi
Jaso n Isrin^
in g h ausen g ot th r e e
Um.
ided to w a rd o u ta fo r his
lis 17th save in 18
Byrd th en heade<
id -b ase u m - ch a n c e s, rebc
Ebounding fro m h is
Miller, an d sccond>l
tried to g e t first blovm
jn save T h u rsd a y
p ire Joe Brinkman» crl
lorado.
in th e player's way.:T
ThhcycoIU d- ag a in st Colon
to d rig u ^, ( 1-21 w as
B
W andv Roc
ed,
sen d in g
E rin k m a n
ck <
o n th e in ro ughecl uj p early d u rin g a
tu m b lin g to h b back
field d i r t Hc was att
a tte n d e d to cireadful horn'
im e d tb u t.
-alner.
b y a V \^shington train
Sev eral N ationals
Met* 5 , oil
QIantS 1
a n d m a n ag er Frank 1
n e w t o rRK
k — Tbm G lavine
r a n o v e r tow ard M i
FfecUvely in to th e
lik ed off th o '
even tu ally Byrd walkc
tigan dN cw Y orkdeeig h th inning!
ffAld
Bhoiild h av e
*F**ra
] n d sc a s e n d in g
It m a rre d w hat aho
b e e n o n enjoyable
IB in ig h t fo r
5 '“ " “ s 'to th e ir e ig h th
ch l i d 4-3
W a sh in g to n , w hich
n e ro n ho m e red off
a fte r five innings a nid
d ti« ie d o n
(2-6) a n d Milce Pin d i n n d tw o
N o a h I /jw iyy (.
o n e r u n In the seventh
levers.
a z z a h lta tw rt)-n
o - m sin g le fo rih e
in th e e i ^ t h off rellevi
fiave w on th re e i n a
ave
w
o
n
six
M
ets.
w
h
o
hav
T h e N ationals have
w a s th e D ts t r o w a n d s t c o tf e ig h t
o fe e v e n — b u t this wai
4-5) scattered n in e
G lavlne (4-5
victory In th at stretch b y m o re
h its o v er 7 2-:
2-3 Innings fo r h is
th a n tw o nm s.
ying Bob Feller a n d
n c a n w h lle ,
T h e M orilns, me<
for
d
ro
p
p
ln
g
a
E
p
p
a
R
M
e
y
fo
i 32nd o n th e c a h a v e lo st n in e o f n . d n
I
W-1
L-1
Central DIvfeion
Natioi]mals outfiGelder kn<
locks dovwn umpi]
;
I
z-44I
5-5
Z-S5;
z-4-6I
z-S-5;
33 ' 22 . .600'
30
2S .545 3
20
26 .527 4
- 26
27 .509 5
-■2 0
35 .364 13
Chicago
Mmenta
Detnil
Oevtiind
Kansas.CHy ,
W hKeSox6,IiIndians
CHICAG6 —■JonGoriondgot.
loi
h is nin th win oon
n h is th ird try,
a n d Paul Kbneifcoe
IcoandJocC redc
h o m ered to help
Ip (Chicago beat
Oeveland.
A fter startingg 8-0.
8
G arlan d
t. b u t this effort
lost tw o straight,
m a d e him the tiUn
iU rd n in e-g am e
w in n e r in th e tna
m ajors, jo in in g
T bronio's Roy Ht
H allad ay a n d
Florida^ D o n tn UeVVUUs.
^e\
G ariand (9*2) wc
w e n t 6 2-3 in nlngs a n d allowed
ed ni in e hits a n d
four runs, in d u dling
in j Victor M ar-tln c z ’s so)o hlom
o ir er. D u stin
' H erm anson got th ree o u ts fo r
his 13th save in 13c
13 chances.
2 -2 ) threw 106
Jason Davis (2-2:
allowp itch cs in 4 2*3 innings,
in r
Ing seven hits anid
d four
f(
runs.
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inkees
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^FJ— T h l s l s a l
' th a t ic m a ln s o)ff "H
" ie C u rse :'
' five n e a tly ty p eedd p ages, tw o
bold signatures,, aoin d th e scars
'fio m S G y e a rs o fto
to ir m e n t
I ■T h e to n n e n twvaass& e e .B u tth e
' original 1919 c oontract
nt
delivering B a b e R uth frot
from B oston to
th e B ronx, foiever altering
a
b aseball h isto ry a n d th
thie py sch es of
c o u n tless R ed Sax
k ix
is exp e c te d to draw' bi
b k ls o f m o re
th a n S500.000 w4hiee n it g oes o n
th e a u c tio n block
k Ju
June 1 0 .
S ig n e d b y Red
c d Sox o w n e r
H orry Frazee and
.
id his
V bntees
c o u n te rp a rt, Jocob
1 u p p e rt.th e
)b R
D c a 2 6 , 1919, doc
d ocu m en t w as
ty p e d , o u t o n legi
record t h e 5100,00
s p a w n e d "T h e C
Cuu rse o f th e
Bam bino."
T h e S ox h a d w
ot th e VNtoild
ivon
■S eries o n e y ear beft
>efore t h e sale,
O nce R u th w as ppeddled
ed
to Ih e
p ln s trlp e rs ,' Bostoi
ston w o u ld n 't
o rld c h a m p lw in a n o t h e r worli
la st y e a r —
o n sh ip u n til last
sufierlnK s o m e o f th e m o s t
painful a c fe a ts InI sspp o rts h isto ry
along t h e w a y
e Yankees
vnn
I n b e t w c e a theY
t
26 w o rld cham p ioonships.
ns
.
The
c o n tra ctt,,
ctirre n tly
ow ned b y a R hode
d e Island p h ila n th ro p u t, Is the! featured Ite m
in a n a u c tio n heavy
iv yonR edS oot
m e m o ra b ilia — Including
Inc
th e
w n a t th e 1912 .
first b aseb all throw
o p e n in g o f Fenw ay
lyPI ark.
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CHARLOTTE, N.(
N .C (AP) —
Sidelined w lth a s h[loulderinlury
ou
m ost o f la s t season.
KrisJen k in s
n.K
s tru g d c d to find so rm e th in g t o
flll h is d a y s. H e! trie
tr d v id e o
gam es, w a tc h in g nmi'ovies, a n d
playing w ith h is y our
su ngson.
- But w ith o u t a strlc
trlct sc h e d u le
to follow, a n d unabl
table to w o rk
o u t ^^4lile h e recovi
xw ercd fro m
surgery, C arolina's
I's d e fen siv e
tacU e, a n AU«Pro in 2003, feU
into a d o w n w ard sp
ir
ipiraL
T h e lo w p o in t cam
a m e after th e
Panth ers’ Nov. 7 loss
t th e O a k s s to
la n d R aiders, w h enn je
Ic n k in s w a s
forced to w a tc h Whim
rre n S a p p a
player h e dislikes inte
Intensely, celeb ra te o n C arolina^
fl
liifleld.
TenUns tu rn e d to
d
0 drinking
to
« t h im t h r o u ^ thlee long,
li
lo n e fy d o ^
" w h e n w c played
,« d O ak lan d
ip , 1 s to p p e d
a n d w e lo s t to &q)p,
then," jcnk*
going to th o gam es1 th
1
m s said Thureday. ""11 IMIS
g o in g
to th e g a m e s u p toI th
that p o in t I
co u k irn g o to th e ggaam es a n y m ore. A fter th a t, thiat%
at' w h e n ...
I've n e v e r b e e n oin
n .alcoholic.
)nslstency o f
b u t I u p p e d m y consi
I
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lelphla Athlatlcs In this April 2 00,3
PMtodeli
In all. th e auction fea tu res
will[ go
go to tiic h u nger re lief ortization A m erica's S e co n dI
m o re t h ann 350
2 lots with a n a n ganlza
d d p a te d take
tal o f more th a n $ 5
rvest. w hich provides foodI
Harves
23 m illion lo w -in c o m eI
for
m illion. At
At least the a u c tio n
Amerie
w o n t b e held
he] in die B ronx tiie
h e priciest Babe m em b rasale this coomn in g P rid a y b se tfo r'
’The
Sotheby's in
in m idlown M anhata ever
w as tiie m assiv e ,
bilia
e
4 6 ‘Our
o unce Louisville S lugger
tan.
to drill tiie first h o m e r u n
u s edd tc
D espitesits
It! age, the Ruth contra c t re m
maains In excellent
In Yani
tonkee Stadium h istory; it
to Sotiie-. brough
ught a R utiiianprice o f S1.26
con d ld o h , according
a
[h e re
is
so m e
million
by's.
Th<
lion, the m o st p a id fo r a
io n from a ^ g , along
baseba!
dlscoloradot
cb allb at
I tw
a only th o tiilrd p iec e o f
w as
w l t h a r u stm
tnaricv4ierethefivesports
rts mem orabilia a u c tio n e d
p ag e d o)cu
c u m ent w as. h e ld
off for
for m ore th a n S I m illion,
to g e th e rblyyap
s ap crclip .
h ro
jo ining
in g Marie M cG wire's 70tii
P h ila n th
n p lst Alan Shaw n
R ln ste ln sa
li
saidthem
oneygcner*
h o mieeru
r n boll (S3 million) a n d a
3 H onus W agner b a se b a ll ate d by t htee sale
:
of the contract
1909
^
D
T
ff o u g h t
I t l tw a s s oa m c th ln g w h c re ld ld '
a lot m o re
i
e sitting
around th e
h o u se,o n dI I>
I w ould come in an d
get treatmeeni
n t ,a n d tiia lw a s itl
w ouldn't lo
d oanything. If I h a d
m y son. I'dItatak e c o re o fh im b u t
if I didn't.I Iwouldn't do anything."
As hard aass itI Is to believe th a t
• o n e rival ppi
la y er could se n d
Jenkinslntosi
o s u c h a fu n k h e s a ld
th a t oU h is1 problem
pi
s cscalatcd
after th at som
a ir c.
"I h a te hlim
i n . Everybody says
I’m s u p p o sled
e d to be polite w hen
lu U k to y o L
utaall.
: b u t 1 hate him ,"
Jenkins s otid.
ld " He talks too
m uch, h e ddooesn't make sense,
h e ^ fat, h e ^'s sloppy,
si
h e acts like
h e ’s th e bsets t iib g since sliced
b r e a d H e^I uu;^ , he stinks, his
m o u th stinks,
ks, m s breath stinks,
a n d basically
illy h is soul stinks,
to o N ot t o o0 nm any people have
2s Iiiitn ihj][
surp ersonalities
v i v e l n l i f e1l ddon't know how he
does i f
M essages
s left with th e
Raiders a n di w
v ith Sapp's a g e n t
E>rew Rosentu
nhaus, were n ot Imm ediately retu
e tu m e d
d r [j i n k i n g ,
cord (S1.265 million).
I h e first ball throvm
>n o u t at'
tiiey to ril2 0 .1 9 l2 ,d eb unt<o f Fen*
w ay Park was expected1 tt
to draw
u p to SSO,000. U m pire
lire Tom
C onnolly held o n to tiie
th t ball.
w h ich is inscribed In htis
is h an d vtrlting; "Fenway Pork, Fir
First Ball
Pltchcd."
A n opening day dcke:
Jcet sm b
fro m Fenway is a lso o n th e
block, w itii bidding cxpix
K c te d to
reach S6 .000 . The ticket,
b leacher scat a t th e bbal
^ p ark .
c o st 25 cents back in 1912
O th er notable item s avt
available
forblddlngbyR cdS oxCfans:
ar
A Ib d W iliam s full g am
fo rm from 1959. a lila stin g
m e m en to of the now -cryt
tyogenlc ^ y kept Hall o f F
I am er
($75,000-5100,000).
A 19I5BobeRutii rookie
kfecard,
in h is full Boston g am e u
n
uniform
(S100,000>S12S,000).
A 1969homeJersey b elo
alonging
to th e doom ed TOny C onlj
nigluuo.
th e one-tim e Red Sox pnxUgy
pr
w h o se prom ising career
cer w as
d e ra ile d by a 1967 b e an b a llto
h is fa c e "Tbny C," os h te was
know n to fans, d ied o f a
attack in 1990; th e jersey,
its fam iliar N a 25, Is expeci
brin g S6.000-S8,000.
A teininder o f Boston’
I itter
I’sS b
1986 Wbrid Series loss iss u p for
sale: Bill Buckner's A m
n eeric a n
L eague cham p io n sh ip
• o f/ ‘"S
a u -'
co m p lete witii a le tte rP
th en d catlo n . It vras thh e first
basem an ’s error in G am
n e 6 of
th e W irid Series th a t allowed
alli
th e N ew York M ets to c
b a c k a n d win tiie tid e Buell
r in g is expccted to b rin g i
n u
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et that ■•iTt Bab« Ruth
Yinkeos, foravar launehlnf ‘ Tho
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Crowi
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n race,
iple
’H- b u ta rrivahy bejigins
dd e p r e s s i o
ir tiie
For
ti first thrcc ye ars o f struggle emotionally w h e n
Jenkins'
ins’ career, his rivalry w itii injured an d unable to p ar
S a p Iphh e l p ^ tu rn h im in to o n e "' p o le in th e d ay-to-day t«
o f thlee 1
m o st d o m in a tin g operations.
'
tislve tackles. He w as th e
"For tiiese ^ y s , it^ hlu
tum a n
defensiv
n a tm e . You oon't k n o wr vw h a t
a n clor
h o r o f Carolina's d efense,
J," Fbx
you have until it's mne."
o n e ooffUie
tl m ost v a u n te d in th e
[cd.it's
le
said.- “W hen you get injured
league.
It w hen he injured h is right ai h a rd tim e for a player. Ittdd<o e s ButW
re. It's
Id e r In die seco n d w eek ,n't
,i m a tte r who y ou arc.
shoulde:
la stse
a s Jenkins felt help le ss so
eason,
: m eth in g youVe b e e n d to in g
watchinj
h in g th c Pantiiersfall to 1- all
i y o u r lift, and all o f a suu d d c n
srg ettln g to th cS u p e rB o w l w
i h e n It's taken away from j
7afterg«
iti c a n m ake you sit back anc
th e prev
inMous season.
assess
things.”
His
di
5 drinking
c o n tin u e d in to
i
fIseason.cOncc th e buzz
Jenkins is now back o>n
n th e
th e 3ofIs<
off,
f
field,
vtrorklng to get b a cic
k in
I to
v ra rco
ff h e realized h e n e e d e d
o se to
: ap e. His strength is clos<
sh
to a ddress
d ie his problem s.
id h e ‘s
I g back, loo — h e said
bein
" Ig^ ottir
tt c d o f th c d rin k in g b e *
fro m
! that
ca u se
th wasn't helping, h e ai b o u t Qve pounds aw ay' fr
ench
his m axim um bbei
said. "After
"Af 1 didn't n a v e a n y - reaching
r
s.
th in;gtotoh elp take m y fo cu s off pf re ss w eight o f525 p o u n djq.
"G etting h u n w as th e; tb e st
i t i l n ad
a dto
t deal w ith m yself, a n d
t in g tiiat ever h a p p e n e d to
th
c o m e: to
ti u n d e rsta n d s o m e
« to o d
things
s aar
n d face m y de m o n s.
r e, h e said, ri underst<
m
vas
v h at It m eant not to p la y,fo
fc o t"Iw
aslike‘I'm going to b e all w
aw ay
r ig h t’’ It <
didn't uike a lot, it to o k ball.
b
W hen it was uikcn av
im ec a n d ltju s td lc k e d .l'v e fro
fi m m e. 1 went th ro u ggh
h so
o n e tim
n u ch , som e good, so m e! b a d ,
m
b e e n cool
coo ever since."
ithers coach John Fox sa id bbu t I learned now to d e a lI w
w lth
Panthc
fo r a p la y e r to myself."
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NEW YORK CAP)Crown won't b e o n the line in
lakes, b u t th e
tiic B elm ont Stake
nplon"
b shop'T ts to fth e C h a m
pl
Ing u p as o n e oof f th e b e tte r
years:
showdovirns in reccnl
re<
inner GlacoKentucky Derby wwii
s vrinner
Aflcet
nio vs. Preakncss
w
H ansel ovei
/c r Strike Uie Gold
(1991) a n dIRRb e n S tar over Wlnn in g Colors
)rs (1988). In 1993.
Colonial Affc
ifalr b e a t Derby winn e r Sea i^cro
He
(seventii) and
Preakncsswwlinner Prairie Bayou
broke dovm
n di u rin g th e race,
. Afleet Alex,
lo rid d en by Jeremy
Rose, b the
he likely favorite in
whot b shaj:
laping u p as a nine- ~ horse field.. TThe c olt w itii seven
victories in
ills1 ta n s w a s e x p e c tt^d to arrive
ve a t B elm ont Park '
from P im Ico
li« d u rin g th e weekend.
G iacom).o.'w ho will be ridden
by Mike Smil
nitii. h a s just two vic(ories in nln
dnc starts. The gray
colt h as beer
« n training at Hollyv«)od Paric in
ir California, and is
cxpccted to
i
J arrive
In New York
onW ednesda
day.
T tain erjo
h Shirrcffs said Gishn
,
tune
o u t o f tiie
ac o m o ca
n
n fine
Preakness In
1 shape, a n d the
colt enjoyed
2d rc tu m ln g to his
hom e basefor
fo a few vraeks.
"We w o u Idn't
ld g et o n th e plane
a n d go b ack
t N ew York unless
k to
lo rsew as doing realw c fd t tiie ho:
hlrreffs said. "So it'
ly well," Shlj
forces t o u 10
tolook a t tiie condition o f th e horse
ho
very d o sely....
He’s held h Is
b weight,
'
he’s eating
well an d he’
es’s traveling well on
ck. F ro m w hat we
tiie raceuack
Ii
can sec, h e looks
lo< very good."
Scrapiiy T.
'
w h o nearly
knocked Aflet
lect AIcx off h b feet
a t tiie top )f
o fth e stretch before
finishing secc
c o n d in th e Pn*akleclored o ut o f die
ness, w as dei
m o n t o n Saturday.
I.5-m ilcBclm
'd t S c rappyT wasn't
" Wc ju st fell
ceded h im to be (o
w here w e nee
w in the race,
cc," tra in e r Robbie
;
Bailes said,
Also set for
o r th e B elm ont arc
sids tra in e d by Nick
tvro 3-ycar-olc
Zito. A ndrorr
)m eda’s H ero and
m e S tar D erby winPinpoint; Lon<
c m Africa, an d
n e r S outher
Chekhov. Poss
isslbles i n d u d e Sort
It Out,_Rcvci
rcrbetTite a n d A.R________
Arrow.
" 2 i d l l y o u - ,. ,olooking
o:
for a n
edge, lilstory sayss go
gc witii AScct
ic last
five BelAlex. In four o f the
I
w inners o f tiie
m onts featuring wir
fifst tw o legs o f th e TViple
Crown, It’s b e e n tiie
tiic Preakncss
w innerw ho’s c o mne
e co u t o n top.
“W hotever h M ppens,
e i Ii virlUb e
•et >
Alex trainer
a great race," Allcct
d. "And
th a t’s
TTm Ritchey said.
‘
needs."
w hat horse racing5nc
illy w ants b its
W hat ra d n g really
firsl Triple Crowmn c h a m p io n
since A ffirm ed In 1978. T his
»m ovs.A Q cet
year, tiiough, G lacon
sualght failed
Alex after th rcc sm;
Triple t r i e s - a n d 1six in th e past
uld be a weleight years — could
com e ch a n g e
Qlrdstone beat
Last year, al^erDinl
• r
Smarty Jones b y aI lengtii
lei
in tiie
c o n f i i i d e n t a b o l •] u t r a c i n g ; a t D o v e i
N e w m l ;a n
Belmont in fro n t oo,f a record
even w inning
crowd o f 120,139, evi
hitney,
trainer
here.
ow
nerM
arylouW
hlu
h a d in his last two starts he
DOVER, D e l (AP)
iockey E dgar
h Ilast
Nick Zito a n d jocl
' , I f JI’fi i m n n
He w as involved in a c rash
N ew m an believes Zh e l J Z
^
SepPrado apologizedI fo
fc r spoiling
jm e s to racim ± L
June a n d finished 32nd. h iI S<
answ ers w iie n it comi
V:Ex.
11:30a.m. .
\\
rty. TWo years
cd to
Smarty’s TVipfc party,
tem bcr. Johnson Im proved
ite m a tio n a l
fo r victory by
by hitting the soft
Ing a t D o v e r Intei
^
------------------------------------ 1 10
II th . b u t that w as nowh«
e ^M aker over
v here
ago, it was E m pire
barrier w h ile
c
^K ed iv ay . Jim m ie Jo h n so n is
e trying
to enter pit
'
In 2002
It w as
larlier
F u im ^ ^ d c . a n d in
2
e r a c e He w ound
tn e b ainking,
n k l because o f I h e w ay nne a r a s impressive as h is eari
ro ad late in th
th<
' trying to re g a in th e adv
a an tag e
d ie s tja
ls
lalghtaways
are," h e ex- DDover races.
mbling a t tiic
u p 24th.
h e on c c h a d o n Thhe M o n ster
d . *If yo'u'rc got it r i ^ t in
:eighth.
start an d Onishingeig
Biflle, tied w ltii Jo h n s o n
Mile.
I h e e n tn in
n eoe to pit road here,
plained,
team m ate Jeff G ordon fo r th
“We have everyy cex p e a a tio n
t e
‘I 'e p aist
st it's
I easy to get It right te
a n d a t m al yn yNASCAR tracks,
’They w ill b e a m oin
n g th e d r tv le
scnsatiiat tills will b e a nnotiier
ot
lead
w ith three victoriesI d
ti lls
ers to b e a t S u n dlaa y o n t h e
a g ain —
— usually.
i
can b e d ifllcuultltto negotiate, b ut
to figure it o u t is year,
y< will su m his Ford o n th
iiakcs d a y in
tional B elm ont Siak
t e
hlg h * b a n k e d concre
a l gaffe
can be overStill trying
try
l a e t e oval
a n occasional
{
3n, given tiie pole in h is
every category." New
lew York Racooiu tsid e o f th e front row.
Johnson,
looked if a dIriver
r h knows how to
w here N e w m a n h ass w
v, o n th re e
olet for tiie MBNA 400
ice prosident
n th
Ins Association vice
Elliott Sadler will go fnsm
t e
o f th e la st fo u r raccs.
Chevrolei
9.
negotiate t hlee t ti ^ t and n an o w
Ui
nV«^
BiD N ader s a id
sp o t in his Ford, flank
dly considered on e
w h e n rain
rair prevented qualifying third
track generally
"It% just a m a tte r o f g e t d r u h
ec o rd crowd,
right th m itg h th e c o rm e rs b efourDon’t cxpcct a rccc
on tiie N e tF n d a y aannd tho field w as se t b y bb]y N ew m an. Gordon, a fot
o fth e m o s tddimcult
ifl
er points.
tii e Dover wirmen a n d T
bny
but 73,857 tu rn edi ooiu t for the
tim
Tb:
car-owmnei
tel Cup d rc u it
i Newman h a s
ca u se th e straig hita
ta'w a y s In
1 a 71-polnt le a d o v e r
,en Preakness
•e In
2001 B elm ont w hen
SSttew art, w ho sw ept h e re
n eerrs o re re l*
s h o w n th a th
' ' refe re ru s to th e com
leekln ow show toget
2C
'c n defe ated
w inner Point G iven
lace better th a n
G reg QUQc,
Bim Johnson will sta rt 2000.
m ake up a n -a ll-C hheev y
advety sh o rt," N ew
v m o n said ,
aro u n d th e ppi
h ee]p ole h ere for th e first th
tilird row.
fro m th
Derby w in n er Mona
onarchos. In
m o st
"You nave t o h av e a c a r th at cor*
ips in w hich
tiie other m atchups
Itovin Harvick, Carl Edward
art s,
tim e
n e rs really g o o d here."
e."
"This tra ckk isI so unique you
a
n
d
crew
chief
C
h
a
d
ja
m er beat tiie
e
ric
s
tiie
Preakness
wiruiei
Jam
ie
McM
urray
a
n
d
se
ri
m
to
come
h
e
re
H
e
am
e ie in Sepusually h a v e
N ew m an w o n h ere
s
arc
hoping
for
b
e
tte
r__ch
WHS Tabasco
it_wnj
:o rn ii___Dcrby_winner,.
c h a m p io n _ K u rt-B u sch .-co
_________ tc m b e r a n d h a d a s trro
o nn g c a rla s t_ k n o tv in g v tiuait:
t y o u te doing be-__
m ahces
th a n J o h n s o n 'pp lete
i
G in (1994),
Cat over Go fo r Gi
m e top 10.
bccause o f
p e r fo rm
a
June, b u t w reck ed hhis ch an ces
cause it s c oincrete,
nc
,
j
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stop, Tlracjy gamers1fourth
wi]
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til th
TVuex Jr. bided his tim e u n til
t e
Rtetfei TNura
NASCAR B tneh S«dM «
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hj
c*s c<a r
h a n d lin g b n Kevin Harvick’s
w e n t away, then passed h im
m f:o r
til
th e le a d w ith 70 laps to g o> a n d
e\
ev en tu ally drove aw ay to0 a n
SCAR
e asy v ictory In th e N A SC
ay a t
Bl
Busch series race S aturday
D over International S peedMray
wa
u tlv e
It w as th e second consecuti
le for
victory o n The M onster M ile
1
th ird
th e series cham pion, h is thi
in In
th b y e a r an d ninth overall
B uscn com petition. A fter ppassa:
in g Harvick. Thiex vras o u t o f
laps,
th e le a d for only four m o re la
|
"At th e e n d of the race, Utw
wa a
th e b e s t m y car w as all ddia y
loi
long,”
T hiex sakL ‘O nce I[ g o t
into d e a n aic It was g am e ove:
tmc.'
T h e vlctoty moved h im1 ut p
ono sp o t to th ird p ulling h im
i
s rle s
wi
w itiiln 120 points o f aerli
leader Cari Edwards, w h o> rre lec
tired w ith a U te m e c h a nllc
ic a l
VM
pp rroblem . Thiex ,sald h e hi
has
f a t w 't o wto at t b t M N M ^ » at
3verooine som e t b u ^ outlnj
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chances to re p e a t uasc hc o m p io it
ited tiie first
Harvick dom lnatec
tw o-thinb o f th e MBNA
M
200,
1 a raccan d showed th e woy
ayfor
high 8 6 laps. H e tooli
ook th e lea d
from p olesitter Edwar
wards o n th e
se co n d la p a n d d o mninin ated until
ThiextooKcontroLThi
ThcwiimErti
only goal th e reaftei
a\'oid lapped traffic
Things n t w orse0 fo
for H arvick
shortly alter h e lost
u tth e J e a d ,
an d crashed w ith
Busch
w ith 54 laps to go. Thx
T h a tle d to a
bizarre scene, whei
rhen B usch
drove clockvrise agn
ag ainst >th e
slowed traffic from the
tiie first tim i
to th e fourth a n d left
ti e track.
it th
T h a t o p e n e d le
died o o r for
Thiex to tu m th e rac
n u e into a
ro u t H b Chevrolet
wo u n d u p
t w
beating th e D odge
e oc f rookie
Reed Sorenson by2 2 seconds,
leading 70 o f 200 laps
lap o n tho
h l^ -b a n k e d concrete
ete ovaL
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u Ja m le M c M u T T s y b ia D o t^,FFoourth w as
Dale Janett In a n r rd.
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vrolet o f Sunday’s
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CpI. Jack Solf,
center, gives
directions to
Marines with
tl» 3 /7
Weapons Com­
pany, shortly
after the unit
returned from
a training ex­
ercise March
10, In Twentynine Palms,
Calif. Self,
who has com­
pleted two
tours of duty
In Iraq, was
In the a suuK
that captured
Baghdad.
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iNTYNINE PALMS, Cali
alif. CAP) As his new
^
was embedded wItti Mai
flarJnes during
ttie Invasion of Baghded
led reconnectbride,
de, Amanda, and her fric
nends chuckle at stories
for Uils report.
^ *
ed with the same unit fc
overd
I't
I---------- ^------------ir dinner, Jack iSelf stares
'es in silence. He doesn't
fenslve yclh 'Yeah, I'm a :m onster!"
laugh
gh much anymore,
T h a t n ig h t, after thet N
M arines took
.
u p p o sitio n s in Baghda
dad. Jack w as
faced w ith another drive
iver r a d n g tow a rd h im — a n m o to rc y d lst
a p p ro a c h in g a makes!
» h ift M arine
c n e d q io in t
»• his
tn
Setf laavM
I room on his way to thoB motor
pool following a tralnln{
If exercise
;
e r stopped Jus
watching friend
inds die. The 26-year-oh
I In IWontynlno Palms, Calif.
old Marine corporal no0 awTayh ewrid
h e n theM arlnes
S 'r ^ s S r t h S •
rifles. T h e y yelled at h im to tu rn
longer sees the
1
le humor
in everyday lift
life.
a ro u n d . B u t hew a s poml
ralyzed in fear
Jack w as
<
IS especially
exdted to re-■ died.
i
a n d confusion. An Instan
an t b efore th e
tu rn to th
thet States. He h a d m e tI
“That w as tiie w orst thing
n g l’veever
rtjo in th e Jraqi descn two years
irs M arines see m e d ready to
tc sh oot. Jack
Am anda in
Jack said.
n aas o r to f b lln d p h o n c d a tc! seen,"
i
“You forget h oww to
t< h a v e fijn." he H umvee
few day s into the invasion, Jack
ck p u lle d o u t his plsiol ani
m d fired into
arranged by
by a fellow Marine. SoonI
h im for the oOT.afci
said softly, w h e n II saw
s
As a leader in tils platoon,
jn, Jock fd t
■
■A
th
e
p
a
v
e
m
e
n
t
in
front
(
ed
h
is
m
ost
intimidating
pose.
t o f th e bike,
after he go ot
first tim e sin ce wee sh
shared a Humvee
t h o m e, they began seri- Ih e had to re m a in c alm fo)rr!Ills m en.
ge T h e m a n yelped, spun1 at ro u n d tm d
form er college
ously d a tin
in ocflra q tw o y c a re J h o 6S>root<2*lnch
-f
n gg
IOne day vdien a friend was
during th e invasion
is Ikilled, he
lineback
icker reveled In th e Image o f drove ofl.
In Fcbruai
u a ry 2004. h e rctiu n e d to' w
i ent beliind h is Hum vee
ce a n d Idt
°go“I k n e w if I didn't get rrl(ld o f h lm .h e
Iraq,
A istling overhead, th e to u ^ -g u y M a rin c .
W ith b u llets whls
himself lose co n tro l fo r a me
m oment.
:
is
w as g o b ig to get m e dd,"
,' Jack late r
T he M arin
rincs o f th c 3 /7 talk o f thefr
o n d ra th e n a ^ d
A s a g u n n e r In 3 /7 ’s W eapons
Jock a n d I quickly bboi
Then, h e sa id . “I driedImi yCTCs,
;
•any, h e prided him self o n his
C om pan
is
said.
\
two d e p loyym
s e n ts a s iftiiey w ere tw o wiped
m y n o s e an d went
nt back to
th e ch a o s o f w ac
Int In shooting, but once he d ee-'
-'
A n h o u r later, a ramsh
shackle tru ck
different w/ars.
ar
)work."
ised to g eth er and restraint
Ws w e re coniuse<
td
p
u
ll
the
tiifficr
h
e
wouldn't
rolled
up,
n
o
t
stopping
ft
i't
[ fast enough.
T he fiistw
was
t a mission ofliberation.
nervous to se th c n1 I1 w a td w d a s he cided to
d. A M a rin e lifted his rifle an
and took aim .
T he se co
:o nr d w a s a n apocalyptic
At a sh o oting range' in the
h e Mojave
I
fired grenadB afterI ggtrenade firom his le tg o u n til h is target was obliterated.
Jack w as far m ore complex
s
Jack lo o k ed a t the Marine
h e a n d a t th e
n i^ tm a ro .
B ut Ja
Mark 19 m a ch in e}gun.
gu H e o nce exI escn a t th e TW cntynlne Pa
M m sM az
D
frig h ten e d driver and yi
yelled: “H e’s
O n th e M
Ma rin e s' first p atrol in rine
r
ls li m a « . He showed him self a
ploded In a n g e r a ttm
mee — b u treally at th a n hds
ack found
base in C alifom ia, Jac
0,
p u m p in g h is brakes." gain , n o s h o t
A nbar Provi
ano d eadly t r i ^ r « ™ in hre
v e a n d complex m an. who,
svince. th e h e art o f th e tiimself
i
rallel p aths
I
navigating tiie p aral
nim self — over, one
s- w as fired.
forgottCTL
w hile n e v e r w avering from his m isirgency, a roadside b o m b co f his flitiue — p la n h ln g his
lisnew lffe
:
pull h e h a s n ev er forg
‘ I f l d o n 't have to kiU an
vas d eeply reflcctivc about thle
e
another m an , intended fo
un v,inadiffercni sion. was
forr th e troops killed tw o vw ith Am anda a n d preporli
lin g for a
lis te n in g to Jackc7no
th a t’s fine w ith me,” Jack
s ld late r.
cc a ro u n d him.
k sa
Iraqi children
InebaseinC
allfor* violence
ren in stead. Jack said.
titiilrd deploym ent in Iraq.
' Hum vee a t a M a rin
e:
th e M a rin e colum n m oved
d
B u th e d id k illa g a la 'AArid
ii h e is still
“Every sfrig
I n ^ e d a y this tim e w e enHe grufOy led n e w iccm its
its th n iu ^
escrt. It quickly
A s the
nla's M ojave desci
ly h a u n te d b y th e im age oftl
tovrard B a g d a d , h e quickly
ifthe b u rn in g countered so:
s o m e th ln g ’ h e sa id .
lilive-fire drills, tc a d iln g them
;m h o w to
the invasion we n o rth toi
beeoroes clear th a»tt tl
ly se d a n , a n d th e t h o u ^ tt o f th e o th e r
x l to tlie Iraqis h e m e t M any
T heb o mtljsoulcklygicw
bs
m orcclab- dc e a r buildings i n u rb a n aice
leas, shoot
thought w a s c h a oitic
tic a; n d dangerous w arm ed
t— -v ictim s o f h is gun.--------a rm c rs a n d rem inded tho self—
............. .............. orate a nd dec
pared t o w hat was- -w ere Utm
—insurgents-and-fire-heavy
deadly. S o o a tiie bo m b e rs—
ii
-w a s n o th in g com pan
'mr a c h in e -------------------e
T h a t ^ som ething I thir
d escribet
5cd “farm boy" o f the people
loink a b o u c If were joinedd tby snipers. Tho violence guns..
g
to com e.
111
se
e
th
e
faces
of
ever
w
b
a
c
k
h
o
m
e
in
Arkansas,
eiy
p
e
rso
n
I
could
com
e
fri
:
from
anyvrfiert
Jackis
unit
In
stolen
m
o
m
e
n
ts
,
Jad
oym
ent
Jack
now
h
e
k
n
e
w
1
ick m ade
T har first deployn
e
m
p
athy
a
n
d
his
sense
of
m
isIk
lU
ed."hesald.
b e g in p r aingbeforeeachpatroL
^
k
.H is c m
gnllft 'D isn e y la n d .'' His
H se co n d stint
last-m
inute p re p a ra tio n s fori
jr his April
•••
ilUded o n April 9,2003, the dayy
lad l)ecom e far less o f a 223 wedding, s n e a k in g be
h e deadly, am or- sloncoUlj
beh in d a
in Iraq, f i t t i n g the
Back h o m o now. Jacki: iis trying to
concern forrjaJac k th a n beingI’Uled.
Pi
Humvee
Viiicn A m a n d a calle
m n c y — th at was B a g h ^ad
d f e ll
phous S u n n i Iruurgcr
U edonhls
As th10
o rM arinos lined up o h the sidee c o p e w ith th e scais o f war.
■ar.
He saw nnin e com rades killed, cell
o phone.
n /letn a m ."
In a sle ep y daze, h e leapt
Ie
out of
M any oth ers
rs w
1 ere badly injured,
He was a littie nervous ati
impped th s w ind- o f a i ^ ojor
o ro a d prepaiing for a finala
about the
Enem y fire thum
"I don't knc
a io w wiiatis worse, a guy m
n eiger o f his tw o w orlds; a n d was
ored H um vee on p u sh Inito
to th e dty, they waved dvUiann b e d w h c n h e m is to o k th ce rr e d l l ^ t o n
shield o f h is orm oro
th e roao. A rocket-propcUed;1 a h o t d sm o k e detector■f<
for a tra c e r
tioat’s d eadoora
r g u y w ith h ls a r m a n d
a
concerned
a b o u t life afterr tth e vrar,
o n e day, h is d o o r ojnn a{n o th m H o n ! - c n n o f ffth
B
roim
d.
A
m
an
d
a
told
iilm
i
e
exploded
nearby,
-and
th
e
n
h
e
coordihalf
h
is
face
b
e blow n off. He’s only g o t tiie
ti effects th e v io le n ce has
is already
tu rn e d fro m a p aatrol
m to find his gn ato d i
s wv c r e o n a le rL
n a te s tro o p m ovements an
a n d c a lls o u t
o n e e y e a nddhe's
h crying o u t of his o n e hhad o n him a n d t h e hid d en1 sscars,
x k e d w ith shrap- M arines
b u Q m to o f vest pocki
g rid p o s itio n s In his sleep,
p.
eye a n d he's
's pcattirig h b a rm looking
But h e a n d t h e M arines wi
crum pled
O n e ccaair d id n ot stop.
were also
neL T he firom o f hisIvehicle
vd
T h e first tim e he retun
u m ed to a n
fo r it.'h e s al ild
d
fo
mine.
, T ^ MMi arin es frantically waved itt
focused o n tiie ir n ext asslj
algnm ent
v\4ien it r a n over a min
O ne Marini
dsston o t tho 3rd t o c t b uu lt it glided past a line of dvll-• A m eric an shopping mall,1, ih e w as im •ine h e knew was laying and
ai w ondered w h a t new' dangers
(
Officially, th e mlssi
th a t h a d already heeded th eJ n e rv e d b y th e wide open1 8spaces a n d
concenina w
wiire .w hen h e suddenly await
a\
rincs w a s to help “ *>c a rss tl
them in Iraq.
B attalion. 7 th M arine
b y th e n u m e ro u s place
lg. T h e M arines scream ed,
ces sn ip e rs
felloverdead.
id . A s ln ^ e sniper’s bullet
E>urlng th e Invasion. Jackcwascav>
u
stabilize th e c o ujitry,
n tr tra in Iraqi
r
c
o
u
ld
h
l
d
a
'Y
ou
d
o
n
t
hav
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n
g
cro
u
slv
d
o
se,
the.
ca
r
lave
security
had
pierced
hi
Ih is h e a rt.
al
olier about tils mortality. He
H even
ork for Now
troops a n d lay th es groundw
gi
to r a tir rear, to your flanks,
fia sh ed its n c a d lim ts and continued,
ks," h e said.
C n c c .a Mf aa r in e w a s s h o ta n d v o m - ta
talked about g e ttin g killed
democracy.
w tu rn e d a n d hurriedl o u t
p c rc h e d behind his gun o n1
iting. Tho m
n e d ic couldn't b rin g
ack said, “w as to
la d t m
*1 have a fa th e r a n d brotiii
tiier back
"My m lsston." Jack
th
iilm selfto ddo
o CPR. so Jack did. T h e hom
h( e and a m o th e r a n d si
sister In
thie HumvDC, squeezed the
keep m y g uys alive, and
ani kill th em be- (op
Jack s p e a k s fondly o f hl
tri^ tS S
c ev
- en g renades tore throughI
his2 Ifrst Iraq
M arine die dI an
ai y w ay "I c an still sm ell heaven.
he
It do esn 't m a tte r to m e w h o l
II
Core th ey g o t us."
na o f 2003, i t I c an still
» tils eyes an d know sc
J see
c h n n g c d ,b u tltis to w in dis
s hh id d , a n d the car explodedI d e p lo y m e n t in the spriiu
see,'* h e said w ith a bravado
lo I d ld n t
::
Jack k now s h e ^ cha
is.
a
f
ti^
I
I
e
f
th
is
tm
ita
n
d
bcic
cfore
tiie
Inhe's
dead.’
h
e
i
u
m
d
a
te
^
h
lm
h
e
in
flam
es,
le
s
a
ld
.
re
really tKlleve.
hard to t d l how. A nuni
siu
g
e
n
c
y
exploded.
M
arines
watched
in
silcnce,
i
O ne m o mn in
ii g Jack an d his radio
Now Jack h a s A m a n d a a n d his
Ma
Is m o re s erio u s th amn h1 e u se d to be.
T h e M a d n e s first pol
)oUced th e
operator w txc
ere playing cards. H ours dieam
jjsjve.
w aiting in v a in for the Arc to detodr
s o f their fu tu re t o ether.
^
Ho
;;
perhap s m o re aggressl
y explosives or om m im ition ip la d d stre e ts o f the Shllteh
3h o ly d ty o f
later Ws sp addces p a rtn e r w as d e a ±
tu already s en t o u t a p p llaatio
tios
it n s to
ileU h e r from de•>
H eh M trie d to shlek
r o v ed to
<
1l&rtMiIa. W h e n the 3 /7’ m
O n a m lsslo
len ce. b u t now inside th(le
e car.
io ni se a rd iin g fo rtM m b s. flic
fir departm ents in Tbxas, looV
•okingfor
tails o f h is experlen
T h e thrt
h re e people in the c ar w ere M
I a h m o u d ly a . they eno
nco u n te ro d
jack’s v eh ld0o cru
c ised past an d a lw - a jJob tor after h e leaves th eiM
^ arines
an o th er tria l kKims.
civilians, an d they th
l e ir first m akeshift roadsii
Isk ieb o m b ,
rate explosive
tv e d e v ic e ttiat rip p e d
ca
d
early next year.
T he 3 /7 M arines are
oro h e a d ln g b a c k ^ o s t ^ ddefinftely
ad.
1b u t th o level o f violencee re
i m a in e d
th ro u g h tiienneex t H um vee. Jack a n d a
H e Just h a s o n e m oro n i ^ itm
t r a re to
- T.
to Iraq.
, SdU bte
e hh ln d tiie gun, Jack looked relativ
i
ely Iq w t h r o u ^ Sc
S e p te m b e r
m edk: foundj th
tl e v e ltid e soaked w ith confront
co
flm .T h e 3 /7 is sd ieEduledto
d
'
m
e
,
a
n
d
let
o
u
t
an
angry:
d
e<
2003, w iie n th e y ivcnt nomi
me.,
blood an d ccaam
i ag c . Three M arines return
im b e d in to his dow n a t mi
re(
to Iraq h i Septeml>er.
W h p j I first climl
I
I
He has spent!
nt half of the last two yea
'ears patrolling the ddesIS
of Iraq, dodgir
ging sniper fire and nroadside bombs, andd
I
I
I
I
I
I
I .
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W o r l d3
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A
Amann holds
h
bis head
laddtn^
ln | a rallyat
rail
SO)LEMT
TRa B U T l
p ij
{Tiananml e
Hong: Kong rerm em bers'
Kottf Koi
Konr*
victoria!
tIa Parti
<«rday,
’d m M ' ^ M w «<f
andsof
tho{isan«
peepleha held a
candlani
in fh t
vlfll to0 mark
n
th e .
m h rsrsi
ir u ry of
TIananmt
mien
Square.
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J u r y in g t h e di
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.
^
|H r
■
ire
n
S q u a “i • ^
m ay for 3 0 Bosnians
girts ery during ■ funeral Mreow
Bosnian Muslim tfrt
bm inl of tho Bosnian war, a t aI ecemetery in tho
______
Wiled a t thebeglnnl
_
I lONG KONG (AI
(AI>) — ll i o u - I— ^-----------town of tUleslJa, 50 miles nortl
«tfaofSar«|tvo,on
northern BosnianI to
- siiiids o f ])rot(;siLT
te r s In H ong
ISS (rave last yoar and
:tbm wero Mhumed from • mass
Satunlay. The victtn
K()nf{ nilscd canUlL-:
illes in tlte air
o r by family members.
Identified by DNA( or
.songs Satur*
and siint; su to m n) .sc
16th
day
lo m u rk: th e
•iiinivLTSiiry o f C:h
h it
in a’s bloody
ro-dem
o cracy
crackdown o n p ro
duriiunsiraiions.on
m 1'Ila n a n m e n
^ c i f y ,
.S<|iiiirc. w h ite ssue
e c u rity was
li^iii-ncd in Buijiit]
jin g to block
uny m em orials ciicrc
ere.
C iiina'sC onim uni:
jn ist Party has
le tsocial con*
cuscd m any o f tlio
training.
UlEZ. M exico a ld an d p h ylyslcal
s
a U D A D JUARI
irols ilial s p u r r e d th e 1<J89
•
(AP)— G rapplingg w ith a w ave o f Q u d a d ji Juarez h a s b ec o m e
e|
i ^
w hich
snidont-Ied p ro ctee sts,
s
jf international atten I
M d n a p p ln ^ a n d m
r urders. In- th e fo c u so fi
{.'lulcd wiiL'M so ld iers
iers a n d tanics
luse o f a s tr in g o f
fl
eluding thn b ruital
ta l slayings o f d o n becaus
aliacked. kiiliiiK h u n d r e d s of
alnst w om en,
ten. authorities killings ogalr
licoplc. Uui C h in e ssee ileaders still
ty oc f Juarez ore
Juarezresiisid e n ts ha v e bec o m e
th e b o rd er d ty
cnisli any activity th
tlira t they feiut k illin g a n d d n igg & -*
lecniiting peo p le! omv c r 6 0 ( o p a - in u rc d to ththe
Its m onopoly
ini(;in cliitilc-nKe its
lo lc n c e th a t h av e
lentary
schools,
re
lated
vlo!
tjol outside elem ent
on |)owcr.
(his u n a rm e d torm e n te d 1tth e m for decades,
I
f
c
i
.'liananm en S(iiiarc
;are was o p en
cent b rutal killing o f
D & fl
"pollda a d u lto m[layor,"
ay
o r d d c r But th e rece
id the ptihlic, h u i exti
.'Xtni carloads
ges 7 a n d 10, pro m p tH ^H
police forcc, w ill gair
gain (he tru st in tw oglrls,agc
of police iv aich edi to
ti u rists on
inds to ta k e to th e
a d ty w hose poiicc
ft rc c isw ld e - cd thousani
x fo
ilii- vast plii:'n a n d th te re wus iio
streets in pro
ro te st
ly sc cn a sc o T iu p t. '
■'
- - . public-incniiun o f di<
d ie anniver*
mlh. th e -b o d y -o f-7 ----T h e e lders ore
c ae rm e d only - Lost-m ont
sary o r a ny si^rt of ai
iris Estrella E nriquez
I
a
n
d
a
uniform
year-old
Airi
w
ith
a
cell
p
h
o
n
e
an
■
com m em orations.
In a b a r rd f llle d w ith
o fb la c k p a n ts a nday
d a cU o w sh irt w a sfo im d ln
k.
^
K j ;
p eo p le
In 1 lont;
pc(
c c m e n ta n did atM mdoned in th e
w ith a s ta te p o lic eeloTO
lo
outside desert stinou
InK can d lc s.n ilc d im
iir are a the
■ ^ 1
' They w o rn In p alis
i
w ho c ^ p th d r n c l^ b o rh o o d d em en to ry
Police saiddd
ieldsatV icto* I I I I I H I I
sizL*o f five socccr fieic
in tig a g m i
Schools, w atching;fo
foirsu sp id o u s pe arc d o n h e r vray to a
ri:i Park — liie o n ly large-sciile
1
3o d store, h a d bee n
M M W . activities a n d alcrtir
:rting poiicc to neighborhoo
I
• |)roiest on C h in e see ssoil. Poiicc B a a i W BWIl
saulted a n d JdDed by
g g jg
a n y problem s. O
Dn
n (he w eek- scw ally assai
esilm ntud ihal 2 2>.000
,0 ( p eo p le
atrol C iu d ad blows to thoc Ih e a d
■■■■
en d s, - (hey patrc
3 I
ailencted the a n n uuaal v i ^ . b u t
ilggest p u b lic
"IVvo daysys a fte r A iris w as
I H I Juiucz’s th re e bigg
organizers said tlic! ccrow
n d num - B B ill I
body o f 10 -year-<dd
found, th e b<
.0 0 0 .
nG H g i
I
hi;a'<i30.(M)0to40.00(
IB
II
eco %vas fb tu id Inskle
| l l |
''W hat w c w a n t(is
is to h av e po* AnohlOrozcc
M any resid en ts o f tile
i
fo rm er
ayB B 1 j g
o th c p e o p le he rh o m e.SShe
h h a d b e e n sexualllcc who a rc d o s ejtto
British colony re m a in em otion*
a n d a t th e sa mtc
e tim e lea rn ty a bused, su
s u a n ^ ^ a n d partly
al a b o u t t h e T
Tiia n a n m e n
-ab o u t (he p ro b le
n s- In - e a c h - - burned, polic
lem
s e It h a p p " ...... crackdow n b e c a uLise
"Wc haven'•nt h a d c hildren kld^
com m unity,
saa id • G ustavo
pL-iied just a few yvi
y e ars before
>m ou tsid e schools,
Zabrc. director o f Prc
Preventive Po- napped frorr
ilie city re tu rn e d tn
Ici C hin ese
* y w e focus o n p rellcc for C h ihuahua
la sstate, w here b ut tha(% wh)
n ilein
iid Z a b r e .w h o a d ^
vendon,” said
Q u d a d lu o rc z islooca(cd.
ca
said
"My h eart is hh(*avy.“
ei
3le applied for (h e programn \w as b d n g expandSom e 300 p eople
Slium Ming, 5H. u ccoo nt stru c tio n
ily 35 retiiccs cd becauseI co f Its success. "Wie
th e |obs. b u t only
worker, "i long K ong
lg p e o p le will
e
n
d
ed
u
p
patrolling
the ehlers p resence
in
g
in
Q
u
d
a
d
d
o
believe
th
not forget this h is to ry
r w hen a
« rc rtm ln a l acttvity"
m illion h d p s to deter
• Juarez, a c ity oiff 1.3
1
governm ent u s e s; g u n s a n d
[{ ■ I
across from El Pa
Paso, Itocas.
M any o f (hiIhe elders a re retired
very
tanks to crush s tu d e n tts.
is — sch o o ltea ch e rs
w here crim e is a s oco m m o n as profesworials'
atrocious."
a n d doctors
rs u p s e t th a t th e ir
• ^ J
poiicc corruption.
I'ro te sie r H e n ry/ I
a
desert d t y h a s beic n tto a p o lic c sprawling dc
aglUM
T he group woisscni
i long Kon(; University
iriolent m etro p o lis
academ
y
for
tw
o
wet
M
ce
kstoleam
c
o
m
e
-a
vie
said. “If th e C h in ese
1 d escrip d o n known as aa Ibase fo r Mexlcol;
o
b
serv
atio
n
a
n
d
mcnt c a n say w h a t 1:
;cartel
0 rrcc d v e Grs( Ia rg cs(drugo
techniques
a
n
d
to
i
that nig h t a n d c aann
(h at
iliey're sorry, it c q n sho\v
s
i m ie govern*
they are not th e sam
ment from th e p a st.”
M any fe d a d u ty ttoo sp
; eak out
because they h a v e frci
speech a n d a s se m b)ly
ly ith at d o n ’t
,
exist o n the m iiiniland.
ln r
H ong
WARSAW, Poland
m d (AP) —
no m aterial pptr o p e r ^ a n d asked
' Kong is ruled' u n id
d ee r a "o n e a status ot 'Qoc
:ted, maritlnf the anniversary of Tiananmen Square
Qodtlsss of Democracy' Is erected
' Pope John I ^ u l 11%1Ior
longtim e pri- that Dziwisz:b
oiu m all his p crsoncountry, two sy ste m s”
ng's Victoria Park on Sstunliqr.U
n students, stand) at Hong Kong'i
vote sea cto ry sa id1 Saturday
St
h e al no tes. Inn S a tu rd a y s radio
that allows the c ity“ a ',v“
la
te
pontUTs
interview,
D
j
Dzhvlsz
sug g este d
d
id
n
ot
b
u
m
th
e
lat
gree o f autonom y.
sy m p a th tizin g
w ith
t
Consulate in Sydney, sold - s)
e calmcr.“
n e s e Con
tJ»c
n
o
tes
as
h
is
will
d
e
m
(he n o te s could
em
andcd.
a
rthat
som
e
of
U anhers a n d sigi
15 defecting
bec au se o f a piprotesters.
lg private econom y
h e vras
d
ip eis co n tain prove usefullin
ir th e lo te p o n d iT s
guing that (he pape:
"Uon'l forget J u n e •'
A re tire d s e n io r Chinese! of
in Cliina.
millions of C hinese la ck o f freedoms
frc
h a s freed mWl
ofD*
great
riches"
im
a
s
D zhvisz
0 should inocatlflcadonI process.
i
“D em ocracy
fig hh lo
tc rs
live
f„ m tl,L -slru
u ccltu re of state jobs
"In 16
16yyears, the C hinese gov* clcial. Li P u . colled on Belling
ng t o
stea d be p re se rv e dL
s d d h e to o k hh iu o w n dally notes
forever.”
vindicate t h e 1989 pro-demc
tliat controlled
ed w here tliey lived
e m m jnt
e n t has done n o th in g for vi
moc*
A rchbishop Stanli
in lslaw Dzith r o u ^ o u t John
Jol Pauib M pocy,
Vigil o rg an izer Lee
U -e Q ic u k .
a n d worked—
—a n d e v e n w h o m
racy m o v e m e n t, w hich w as
p o liticail
a lrreform." h e said. "Pco- ra
w isz.whovrt)rkcdwi(]
w ith th c p o p c
w hich h e said
id also c o u ld prove
yan, vice cliairm an o f th
i e H ong
they could m
b ra n d ed a “countem w olutio
ive no political freedom , bi
laar
ny.
p ic have
idonfio m 1966 unUl h is>ddceath earlier
useful to that
It p roccss b u t conK ongA lliance.said.-O
’’Oiu rslo g a n
in their rare
rar public com*
ary rio t” b y th e CommunI
n o h u mmaan
i r i^ ts ."
ar
un ist
this year, told Polish
sh 8t (ate radio
tain n o oop in lo n s
about
is ’Hecognize h isto ry
y ’ ra n d w e’re
m e n ts about
leadership.
ed h e still w a s le
ut 1989, C hinese
C h ein
n claim
<
(here arc "qtUtc a lot o f m an u individuals.
asking Ueijlng to d o' ju
ju!s t tliat."
leaders defend
T h e s tu d e n ts m ade big ml
by C hinese secu n d th e crackdown
b e in g chased
cha
mis*
sa ip (so n v a rlo u slssu
ssu e s."b u th e
Last m onth
th. P ope B enedict '
But D onald T sang.
t e frontg. th
by pointingI to
t th e naUon's
takes, b u t th e govem micnt’
cn s
gen
rity ag
c r ts an d fe are d th e y ta
olTcrcd no details,
XVIarmouncci
ced h e w as lifting a
ru n n e r
c a m p a iggnn!in g
to
em ergence aass a n econom ic
rnilitary crackdow n was even
ev«
kidnap him.
m
Iting period t o sta rt
m ig h t Idd
‘N othing h a s been
ecn burned." five-year waitii
bccom e H ong Koni
o n g ’s n ex t
pow erhouse sin
sli c e then, saying
worse. It w a s extremely wrot
TOng Dzivtrisz said. “N othin
h ln g is Q tf o r (he proccss to0 bI « tif y Jo h n Paul.
Iher A ustralia’s fo reig n wi
N eithet
lender, said C h in n hh:a s m a d e
{t w ould have
Inary
b u rn in g everything
s o u ld b e th e last forma!
(uU ste p be fo re th e
lg w
to sen d t r o o p s against ortUna
ly nor
the C hinese E m - to
'e bI e e n Impossible m in istiy
i
great strid es in im
in p ro v in g
w itljom the enforced
er
ircslpreserved a n a k e p)tt fi
for history, late pontiff ct
could b e m a d e a
people," Li. form er vice pres
stability
b a ssy inin C anberra c o u ld b e pc
its e c o n o m y a n dd p eo p le's
o f one-party rule.
rul
nera
ih u a
for th e future g en
e t tio n s — sainL
d e n t o f C h ina's ofGcial Xmht
re a c h:de d for c o m m en t o n dc
livelihood.
id
o
f
e
v
c
iy
sln
^
e
sentence.’
ice."
On
Friday,
’, IBenedict — w ho
News
A
g
e
n
cy
an
d
a
friend
j
In Australia.
£
ent.
N<
a. a senior Chinese
C hen's: statem
sta
“I h a d sh a re d I lo
r
w
ith
*Tnese
arc
great
ri
t riches that w as d o s e to th<
the late p o p e — apl o n g K ong
diplom at who
always s e n - 2Zh
i a o ’s, so ld In a n interview wii
10 aban d o n ed his
T h e anniversary,
ant
------------- people's-j)iission u ni d - im p etu s —p o s t-a n d ls seeking-nolitlca!—
-s h o u ld gradually b e m a d e a v a il- - pointed Dztwii
w is a iu ib ish o p ' o f .....
cn
brco m m im lsr|e ad e r^. Is " H
Htong— K o n g % ~ govem mient-“
sitlvc fore
si
a b le to th e p u b lla "
when th e June -1 Incldi
Krakow In ssco u th e rn Poland,
c ld en t h a p asylum cam :e ooiu t o f hiding Satow ned r a d io RTHK.
ally to u d iy this y ear b e - ov
especially
peiied. Hut after 16i yt
^ao
Dziwisz d id riot say
sa) \\* e n o r John P a u l thci
ic n
Karol
years, I’ve
u id a y to speaki
“H isto ry w ill give Zhi
th e u e a th in
ik a t a Sydney rally c a u s e it follows
I
seen o u r co u n try ’s im
irr pressive
spcn.
V M s J ^ h d d1tlth e sam e p o s t b eto observe the
a
Ziyang Justicc. Som e years late
y o fZ
le anniversary.
Jan u a ry
t h a o a y a n g , th e for- Zi;
1entry to h 's ' forenisdcctlor
econom ic and so cial
<
lo n to th c p i^ » c y in
al developC hcnY on^ln
lune 4 m u s t b e vindicated." h
Party b o s s lui
^In. 37. the c onsul m e r Cikjmmunist
on
(es(amcnt.
Jo
h
n
Paul
s
ul
said
h
e
left
1978.
m eni.“ Tsang said.’ "My
M y feelings
for political aifairs
affi
said in t h e ra d io program.
ras
at tlie O ilw ho w
aspurged in 1989 a fte r sal
lent Mexici
In violi
i
elderlyy hired to patrol
Jm
is
■ ^ 1
H John Pai
aiil n ’s secreetary
1 says he likept pontiffrs notes
in Beirut
Funeral1 of journaalist held in
UEIRUT. L e b a n o n (Al>) —
• 'Iluow ing rose p e ta lss a,
a n d wuvin c red. w h ite ain
n d g reen
Lebanese (logs, h um
n d re d s of
m ourners lined tJieI st
sUeeLs of
Belnit Saturday fo r d ie funeral
procession o f a n amn ti-S
t y rlan
journalist am id calls fo r on internatlo n al investigatii
his dcatli.
Somlr Kasslr, a 45*)
,5-ycar-old
new sp ap er c o lu m n ls
is t. w as
o m b iliat
killed Tliursday by a b oi
exploded under h is ccai
a r in th e
Christian Beirut n e ig;h
h b o rh o o d
of Ashrafieh. L eb an o nn ’ss o>p p o s ition b lam ed S y ria. fo
f r th e
m ig e S yria
ossosslnadon — a char{
strongly denied — a nid
d sa c c u ^
Damascus of c o n iln ulin
in jg to In*
tcrfcrc in L ebanese p oDlitics.
lit
Kossir was laid to rest
rest S aturday In St. Mitr C e m e te
i) a few
leiy.
e
hundred yards fro m w ^iere.h
t
died. M ore tlian 2,000
30 p eople^
|R ^ , .
"M
U banw e Wenoads and relatives
carry, tha cofflti noiof alaln
Syrian Joumallit
Labaneta anIhSyr
s a m lfK a iilrIn *
8 « “W*yw ntchcd as hisIsc coffln was car*
rie d from thee ' ofHces o f his
i*N ahar,lndow nncwspapcr,An*N
rs' Square, \ry
to w n M artyrs'
Ju d in g the ncvra*
pallbearers {nclu(
p aper's dlrector-g
ir-general. Gibran
'lUcinL
M o u m crs
c threw rose p e ta ls
coflin os It m ade its w ay
o n th e cof]
(o n e a rbbySL
y i George's G reek O r - .
th o d o x cchurch.
ni
fim enJ w as a tte n d e d by
T h e fimi
several opposition
op
leaders inVAilid Jumblatt, A m in
e lu d in g( W
el an
G em aycl
c d Saad Hariri, so n
a n d h eirir of former Prim e M lniste r n a f lkk HHariri, who w as killed
b y a h u gge
e ccar bom b in Beirut o n
Tho Lebanese opposi*
Feb. 14.. "IT
,io n h aad
d asked g o v e rn m en t
ofDclols3 rn o t to a tte n d th e
DockHyouwtel
rish « v « n rtb litg l a y o uVr IIff* parfonM d llite «M
Rf«M7
funeroL
The 2005 HotkU RttSex it oneIof ithe hottest scooters on the road.
Id. \Wth Ks 249CC engine and opttonsl
uIABS.irsgotthe
r’s wife, GiseUe Khouiy,
peffermatwa you’re joiog to love.
aughters Layon a n d M aysawvept
ep lo front o r his cofB n
/
24
b
e
tw
e
en
(he funeral M oss.
d u r in g (I:
' HBurley
vley
^ & R u ^ rt
- M
K houiy,. a Joumallst with Al>
A r a b f ji television,
tel
dem anded
BMon.-Fri.9om to
3
HourttM
a n in te rn a
iiniim ioB ww i"
,£ct. 9am to 2pm
" W e G u a n m tre It^ W b rl
ith T h e D rive"
in to th e dei
death o f h e r ^ ^ w d .
h
d Fi
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w h o h e ld
citiz en sh ip
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T h e T im ees-N
s cw s
idm 7 3 3 ^ 3 1 , Ext. 242
Business
m s Editor. Virgnia S. Hutdm
5, 2 0 0 5
S c c tio n 'D
Tr H E F T
'
(O F A L ^l I S L A VTOR
F(
Pormer lawr
IDthheft legislat
m
a k e r w h o
Itio n
id ac*
ByCmto
th e aauto
u t d ealership business,
“tfe ggot
o i ahoki.of SO others.”
Hans
u is e n w a s n o tif lc d b y h ls
------------= -----------d a t s o m e o n e w as' tryT W IN RUU lI£ —biAlttaonic. . b anIckth
o a p p ly fo ra c a rd w ith h is
erving in the Idaho
{ngto.a
W hllesenH
noanon. b u t th e n ho h a d
«. Randy H ansen
infouni
L egislatiue,
ait
for
Jd
pushed
into
law
to
vrait
i it to b e u se d illegaldraA ed a n d i
h e m a n ap p lie d for six
bills th at
ly- The
canls tm d e r H ansen's
ro
p ro te c te d
cre ditit«
More
dty.
identity
identit>
stories
»nce th e y deUvered th e
'e ®
theft V ic-One
of (dentil
ntlty tims in the
credit
c
It cards,
w e w ere able to
ecute.” H a n se n sakL His
theft.
rt.
CemState. . prosea
-----T hen, a
idendty
dty thief is n o w serving
in a federal pentaM
few y e a r s
th re )e yeara
yi
S aep lag
ary.
laiei; a co lte n tta
n
A lI
'■
l e g e
"H[aa
ad th a t b a n k never
s tu d e n t
ca llcddmn e , h e w o u ld h av e h a d .
sbc crcd
a c ro ss t h es co
o u n try h a c k e d
rcdit card s in m y n am e
a n d n o oi b li^ tio n to p a y a n y In to a cotm
m ip u te r d a ta b a s e
a n d stoic Hansenls
Ha
l"’ H
p e rso n a l
th in A
: ansen mIA
just
in fo rm atioinn . in clu d in g h is
abs<futely
w b unbeilevBblc t h a t '
S o d a l Securit
urity n u m b er. A n d
a coHeg
lege kid w o u ld h ave oc' (he lows H[ansen
an:
t h i s , k in d o f
h a d w o rk e d
c e s s to
t
so h a rd to ppas
ass in Idaho w e re
Infbim
a
m adon."
‘
'
o f n o help.
H ainsen
na
im m ediately conT h is w a Isaa ffederal case.
ta c dte d all th r e e
credit
-Afellpwvw
r w o d d n g a s a ja n ireportiii
rdng bureaus, in addito r f o r a p ioocessing
ce
p o rtio n o f
tio n [o
to law
L e n fo rc e m e n t
a o c d it card
ard com p an y w a s
* tie
^ 0 m ain t h in g Is-to p rea b lc to lo o kc a ttn ig h ta tv A io e v -. t e a yo
yoiu r .id en tity in every
th ey w anted,” sa id ' .s e n sei o01f th e w ord. You have
cr^ crcdit the;
hols q ie n t y ears in
g o t to3 ppiu t yoiur g u a n i u p an d
HnnseawhoTs
n conM pondw it
Tlm—Nwiwc
crafted
s ID stolen
c
g e ts h is
m
make
ai s u ie th e inform ation is
lo
n ot
t ea sily accessible. You
havi
lave g o t to look a t y our bills
an
m dd p ro te c t yourself arul get
o)nn iti im m ediately,” H ansen
said
laid "ID theft is b u r n i n g so
iccessible you’ve got to proaccc
ect
tecty o u r s a f In eveiy wayr
IIV
V ^ Falls Police Detcctlve
Sgti
IgL D ave H eidcm arm invesd^ tc s d o z e n s o f idendty dieft
gate
'case
a s e s in IW in
each year,
i eH e re c o m m e n d s people
chec
h e c k th e ir o e d it often.
'' “Review
y our crcdit rcpoit
”B
onei
me to tvro tim es ay e a c Some
•eople review it o n cc a week
peo{
o ni c e a m o n th to m ake sure
oIfro
somi
o m e o n e h a sn 't taken out a
loan
ja n w ith your idendty,' he'.
alcL Id a h o a n s are now able
salcL
Dget
to
gc o n e free crcdit report a
car. M ore th a n that costs,
year.
CHitl
lUt HeideiTumn says th e abUy to
lly
ti c atch Idendty thieves
befoi
cfore th e y m ln a Qnandal
fe is
life
I2 w o rth th e cxtr^ money.
—
Ttmes-News
comspondent
77i
Randy Hansen's
j^ H
tion w as stolen,
Including Ms Soctal Security
number, after a
' colltge ttudeni
hacked Into a
computer datab a sew tio ralt
was stored.
H I
Mwn
■J
'andace BaUtSmyUe lives in Cano
Tlvin
Ivin Rills. She can be readied
bye-i
ye-mi2UeUeandacdiala9hotyaiLcom.
maJL
B B l'
m gm .
J
02
T h w U m .N to F
MOB
Y
years. S heI w a s nom inated by
jd s o n . w ho said
Be «u Hud«
hvays m ode work a
rience.
lowed In h e r father’s
•^a great person w ho
th is long ago, b u t
tiealth problems has
blc to work.” Hudson
r BiUSENES
_
B ln d ie wkvedcs
e
le a d in g u p to
fb< scien c e
n a tin g w ith master^ degree inI food
degree In r ^ Modier^ Day,
ly. M agic VUleycfallth e
pirroo je a . and a b a c h ^ rH deg
.d renhonorra
» t h ^ m o th e rs In
m an a g e:rr to
-croblology
project
• U n a Ihatcfaer.
T. a1 c c rtlfle d , supportofVdl
'd ie y F louse in TVvin
ensure pro
Falls an d th
t o M ln l-C assla
» :a n d
public accountant.WiO
wl serve a s
MPBSr
tim elines
corporate contndler,
cr, m anaghig
W smen a n d1 C
( h ildren^ S h d te t
jPi
K J j l l b u d g ets> are
ting d e p a rt,
_ w h ic h su p p o rt
U
l o ir to
Glanbia^ accounting
<nct. F ^o
ro m o - m cnt and performling
int flnnnrlnl
)j
^
th e n e e d s o f
[des.lh atc h cr
K
lo ca l <±lldren.
d o n .h o ww:as a account-rcfated duties
I
has over IS years ooff experience
e
c o n s tr uic
c ttio n
w
T h ro u g h it's
n u n d n g . She
forem an1 for in Qnance a n d accoui
I
a n d Hopidns reW 'K id s F ld p h ig
ie.
holds a b a c h d o r^
^ d1 e g re e In
V a K i VI P K id s”
c J v e d p S q]u
iuc s an d several gift
p ro ­
P M rO o m
M ilestone.
l i ex- business administratfc
ation.
g ra m , Je n se n
O zuna^
1 a n d o d ie r item s
Promotions an dI nrue w se n io r
p e rie n ce In d u d e s w ork a s a n
Je w e le rs
—
fiom Buhl ch a m b e r m em bers
« "d n .e ,c l™
.,
d e c tr id a n fo r Electrical C on- leadership team m«em
ants.
U d lo in IVvhi Balls
m b ets:
widi KEZI R»
□XZKKMVHadkiin______
tr
yean
• Ri|M.DeJCiuy(yai
y as.p rD m o .t:_ .andMrldiKZD}
tractors
i n Jerom e fo r flveIye
Diego, e d to m ilk piro
n xc u re m e n t
ai
Mihl-Cassla: —
- c o -sp o n so re d
an d a s a p lu m b e r In San Die
ation
workers
R
e
h
a
b
lllta
*
up
manager, responsible
t)le fo cm ah ilocal charlr
rity f u n d -ra is in g
•
C alit
hai th o I ^ r .
With
TWINRWJ.
to n e ^ taining a stro ng . b u s in e s s
• T h iy d O z u n a Is MUestoi
events. Jensen
m Jew elers ord ere d
P kanogan
e O
Rehabilitation
ton Services Inn onoi
ianblab dairy
a selecdon ooff g e m sto n e s th a t
ofSce
manager. Duties Inidd iu d e relationihtow hhCianl
bet
I971.1
n l9 7 2 , n o u n ccd th iM
es 4^ ro m o tio n sa n d
b<
ounts
paoons, milk supply
bookkeeping,
payroD. accoui
y cao * o p sa n d
were sold for
b r S l to c h ild re n
tws
m
n e r f o r th e
n ew employee
th e dairy c o m m ^ Itty
y 1to e n s u r e
r e c e iv.rable
al
u n d e rl 2 years
IS oldL Afl p ro c e e d s
irs eRecrcation
• W ith a M
bai^ e lo rls degree in
o u n ts a n adequate m ilkc si
a n d occoui
su p p ly to
from die sole
J e o f th e s e gem 4, h e b e g a n ■
—
Tlaym eet CHanbiab curren
payable.
Th
rent
a
n
d
fustones
are
»»««*
a
being d o n a t r a to
n a lF a rk ^ u
n
a
’
s
ture
expansion
needs
d
Ozuri
ids
In
Id
a
h
a
diarlty,
e s t Scrvlce In the
“
?
ra tCJo h n D ay
p
tperience:
c
e
in
D
el&
i^JolnedG
lanbl
in
b
la
h
il9
9
6
A
ll/ensen
Jc w d e is lo catio n s
Jc
N aU oiul Forest in 197;
}nal M o n o 1
/2
a
n
d
h
o
ld
sa
b
a
d
id
o
rls'
jrls
degree
in
in
Idaho,
Mont
d
u
d
e
s
1
1
[
n ta n a a n d N evada
|
h o w orked oa a p bsnon se rv e d hi
years ak>odt Goc c o n u u te r sdence.
lar
fu n d -ra is in g
I
hdd
shnllar
B ureau o f Outdoor
o rR
k s u p e iin •C arl C erda w as ppro
w lnA RTiey
om e
ro m o te d u>
events, and total
toi d o n a tio n s to
'
h i Seattle. In 1984, 1
!!s in project manogen re^wi
Services
^ n s ib lo fo r
d l charities wei
/ere S3,000.
jI
w o tk fo r the National
iw o r k o s s u settings a n d
B oise tld
a n d2 devekiplng, im slemnenting
en
and'
vice a s chief rangerraters
at
o f th e
nin e y e a rsa sa
rs a t managing Q anoiab car
1 /2 years
cky M o u n ta in Elk
|
■ Tho Rode
Fossil B eds'N atlona
photographer
inum enL H e
'alley
ects.
He
Joined
O
anbu
M
agic
Vail
nbia
in
1996
Inundation,
d
e
d
ic
a
te
d
to
]
m erit, where he also
i p o rta n t
h im
an d photo e d| t _ _ i %i
R e g i no an i. a n d h a s l 7 yearsofexp
i x p4 a i a m - ' .wildlife consei
lervation a n d e lk
■
N.l Sommer
- a n actin g rote as park
___ • ■ hor,
ta b lish m e n t
Rob J im1 m
N
^nC
c ye n te r •in
Brad
b te r was pro
Medical
emSergen
p ro m o u jd to
ecology, huntii
Iting a n d h a b ita t,
c d e b io tio n
• " “ thoteww Bartholom ew
lendenL
BOISE
SE — T echnology Low _
seing
o ftoo b^ et yi a s s«u>i™ w c .r ^
room ad
m issiodirector
n s. F>rlor
h d d i a 21 st aarn n u a l Elk C am p
In 1 9 9 5 ,h e b ( ^;’w
s i7 5 th an*
is o n e w e m p lo ployee in th e Rcha* G
I roup
LLC said
Ll fo rm e r IWin
sponsible
ror assurb
U red b>rked
y M ilestone,
s h e worki
“rin g ^ e a c h
a n d Exposition
in o n F^b. 24-27 in
[
perin tcn d en t o f Crate
, a IS .fo Id
biUtation Divi Hvislon. Employed Fallsresld
jsld c n tJlm m lN . Som m er ! r
rem
cot pliar ^
ts a licisslse n s e d &dlity
r e d esta
te ains
assi hi com
Portiond, Ore.
e. D u rin g a b a n M oo n National Monui
Is lan d b ase,
by MVRS a s i s a n em ploym ent Joined
th e firm
thea s a b u sin ess in* "
£.
whh
caanbla^
quality
p
tant
fo
r
W
e
sterra
Real
Estate.
ihicss {burners in
™
quet 'for Bushi
led t h e park through
i(
rw coo p e n tservices spccii fciallst, his cxperi- tclUgence
(ice analyst a fte r almost
, ilesto n e c o n stm cts h o)m
es
win
also
oversee
e
a
d
t
M
m
jc
h
a
d
llty
^
<^nseivation,
]
Je
n
se
n
Je
w
d
e
rs
ch an g es since its estab
Ian w ith t h e
en cc will dlrec reedy apply (o his oenaer os
y e aar n in d e p e n d en t
slops laboratory staffing nee
ne ds ond
in M agic Vhlley a n d devdoj
wos honored
ed fo r hov in g
in 1924, Induding onag
cd em en t,
j
n ew duties a s a s h e helps adults cnoorforT
n tra a oLi G .
r^
b u d m alloatlons. Slati
m d c o n s tr u c ts c o m m eird
a o M jo ^
reo d ied d ie G
C old M e d allio n
. o f th e m onum ent's
m d: rehabil*
w ith disabilltic ties m aintain their • r to
Prior
Joining
to TLG.Som m cr ir o p e r tic s ln
G l ^ i a in 2001 ann d h o ld s a
le v d o fg M n g; by
b d o n a tin g Jewniverso ry In 1999,jk a’s v is ito r
em ploym ent t a t Job sites woriced
1 for 3 1fo
/Z y e a rs w itii thj; P j
ting- badidor^degieehifixxi
loaho,
O reg o n a n d W oshln
oodsdenca
c h y w itH a nict
e t v alu e o f m o re
Increase In the poik^ la
th m u m o u t th e
h e community.
Idaho
State Board
Stat o f E ducatloa
'
Glanbia also a n rn o u n c e d
on. It c a n b e reac h edi a t
d ian $169,415
t local a n d n a > to
;
co m p lcd o n of a new
.vlfe« Uvc h i
* JackieL ee.i * . a ne w employee whiie
er m
rch
ost
e rre c e n t dud es In- 7^37-4600.
,.
these m n e ral m ans
anogem ent
n o ^ d Roclw
tive m a n a i ^ c n t plan
f M b tm ia ln Elk
) d a u ^ te n
w orking In ttie
h eC' om m unity Ac- d u d e d . co>
coordinadne th e search
prom otions an d newVhires:
hi
. Potm dationdia
nap ters.
B ureau or la n d M aiu
cess Program for th e U
Unn iversltyoridahopies- ^ 1,
•S
te
v
e.d
u
istia
n
ae
n
.
en.as.ttah!.:_________________
^________
a n d th e caguinsion and
■as"a~therapy“ ’Id en t. O
Ot]th e r 'd u tie s 'ln d u d c d '
ing and devdopm ent 1
h a tio n o f the park’s
a se d P ro je c t M ut e c h n i c i a n , rese arc:h
h a1 n d c o o rd in a tio n o f H
In the TVvin Falls corpora
o ra te o f^
tudT U eohonei
center.
le a w a rd e d $1,500 ’
ird ^ in te lle c tii^ r o p e r ty ■
provides per- th e boards
• Jason H uff to pro
M orris and his wife
s c h o S p s t o0 tth re e local gradso n d
a n d policy dev
m anager at the Gooolnj
a in g c h ee se
uates: JaccTudln
A re a T h ey have twod od(p e rN o rline M ichelle Law
js ly woAced w ith the I
social adjust- previously
.plant.
a n d fo u r grandchildren
1 School. B rltm ey
asso ciates
general's Con- B
m ent services Id ah o attorney
attc
nico F iif^ School
U n it an d as H
to people in su m e r Protection
Prt
te d o o d in g
G
ch a rd N llso n o f
b o th onc-to- ^ d u a tte
e rresearch analyst at the ■
Accounting Ann
chooL
I
tse tc lo c a tSmall B usiness D cvdop- H
one
a n d Id ah o Situ
employees
to su p p ly
- J a c q u e lin c
enter. She a lso was H
to TWin
I 2 B I H I H groupsettlngs m e n t CCei
sTV vinnDs
TW 1NFAU5 — Cooi
is th e d a u ^ e n services in tern for F l
Is
firom
W tU la a to h d p them c o n sd tunent
m a n said two new:raasm e n t o ,
te r o f K enneth
becom e m ore U.S.Rep.N
p.M lkeS hnpsonlnB olse ^■
• Kfcjly Johnston a s ,
fo lned its team In M IL
a |^H e r exand
S usan
active, p a rd d p i rlpating m em bers a n d ’fo
thre thi
speaker o f OrcMn^
Of
CMtAnfeMnI
SDMNiMMy
d on manager a t th e (
L aw o f E den.
'
o f Represenmtives,
lynn
r 1e h c e
o f their com m tm i u i l t l ^ Lee has H ouse
of F
cheese p la n t
P n^ s a v a r ie ty
J a c q u e lin e
over 18 years o s o f c 3q)crlencc in L undqulst,
list, in Salem, O re.
■
Eagle Valley'
• Ty K bnkrlght :;e
to n te r '- a n ed Intcd u s trie s
'h o p e s (o a t­
ofI]ce'w ork.-cu cu sto m e r service
S om
Tier
m ei
holds a 'b a c h d o r ^ ' ■
chain m a n j ^ a t th eslon
TV
Falls
te n d a n Ivy ,
e lu d in g
a n d health care,ire.
in international
smdlcs
degree
in I
S acrai
L e a m e u n itrtg a g c ,
* A itc rtv roI y ears
(
o f employ- from Geoi;
eoiTO
University In H
CaliL
] and
v e r d ty
rmd
[VRS as a therapy N ew berg,
<
iklng
m e n t w ith MVF
rg, Ore..
a n d a m aster^ ■
p e !r ia n d e s fo llo w a c a re e r
te c h n ld a a Rho
ih o n d a Uoyd was degree in
In ppublic adm inistration ■
•y . Nurses ' ■ Izab etb A.
spans
S h( e h a s
p ro m o ted toI flo
fl or .supervisor from Boise
>ise State University. She ■
u n d , o sto jH O M telJw p a th in m e d i­
■
TWIN FAL15 — Magi
:o f gln<
c in e .
She
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perien cc.
a n d C c rd so n C o lle ^ o f
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H
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C o o p e r Norm an ere
:Id a h o In th e
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w orking dip o lid c a l s d m otions.
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dendoi c o n stru c tio n
*uSlitory m a n a g e m e n t a n d in
lg,
education, discharge p la
tal B uiley I te e
Thick D riving School said
iz a rd o u s
FR o b h i Hazen
chasing m a n a g em en t, a nodCoton h o lds a boche* huma
a n d com m unity resource
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w as h h cd as a
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to die band director
ors.
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m o rtg a g e
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b a c k g r o u n d Hejoii
m ate ria ls endorsements.
lending cxpe> Dr. Laurence HIcks S
n io n s fo r G lan b ia Floods
in d u d e s four with;,
rience. ^ e
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T ttM IM M ttc o
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ly is c e r n g e d as a senior
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to r, wOI provide
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o s te o p o
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vorked In h o te l a n d restaura n t m a n a g e m e n t
and
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srshlp, a s weO a s reol estate
sales,, m an ag em en t a n d investm e n Lt S
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ih e idlaj*h.o Children's T hist Fund
a m e m b ^ o f th e ICF's
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S o .™
LA n Id a h o re sid e n t since
sh e Uves In Fialley with
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! Idaho C om m urii ty Founn h a s m o rc th a n 300
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^
in a n d a d istrib u tio n
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to IncaU offersom efoim ofi
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d u p litter in a paiidng lot —
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businesses
sin g through a parking lot.
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see n s to d : prici
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lawyers,
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2003,accoTdingtore
play by the rules.
Wclii. n rcRional vicc
from
n D ay One, but th e in tere st
st 1h ig h
<uits NPD Group.
At a tim e w h en m ost
for Z ip air Inc. car-sh
in g o n y o u ro w n h o m e
m te! an
o nd payback schedule a rc
i o ts i £ These days womei
school ^ tls stayed o n the
icf. is gelling a lot oiii
S S o «
to a th
Ituationr C a u ^ t b e general
endly fbced. W ith lines o f
iffercnt Ing dicir check
lines, Pork played 'a dlffe
house, in clu d in g cas
e tem ptation ofaD th a t
crcdlt,
] pay interest only a s
l i t you
d e m a n d better-fiti
. sp o n every season in her hhoo m e nanclng tlie p ro p c rf
locked inside y o u r
you, uusi
se die money, b u t in tc rN>w» Servtc*
lO H ltR Ktddw
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•linisln
stylish and h i^ e r-p i
town o f Greenville, S.C : tenn
ilic post Uirvc’ycars,
p re d a te d h o m e a n d
c st rates
n
are a d ju sta b le ,
dodd n g . Spending c
d ie fiUL basketball in the w
wiinter
been able' io la i
w h a tta p p in g itm ig l^ somlething
eth
to consider In a risWftLNlT
U T CREEK, C o U t J ? mS
5 ,t f c a r ? ffw
S h ealsports s p p ^ dedli
an d softball In th e spring. Sh
S300.000 In c a s h c
n you? H m are s o nic
Ing-lnti
Interest-rate cnvironm enL
ed-ento $15.7 bilW om en athletes-tum
at
ic a d o n
b u t still added u p t<
m ost fltuiked physical educa
RTO\vlng e q u ity a n d pi
th ink ab o u t In d u d in g
• Consider
O
a certain p c rjr s like Missy Patk.
treprcneun
dp th e
Uon .com pared «w ldi $13.2
•bccause she used to skip
into rcnovntion projc
I o f tips fro m ' D avid
ccntngc
tage o f your h o m e e q u i ^
ictlcally bu ilt their
sp o rts
have praci
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billion roent o n men^j
m
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im provem ents h av e 1
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thelocJYM CA. At Yale Unhn
________ dic_hou6(ii_uppraisc<
-cconom bt-ofthe-N a-— aionerler—D epenaing-oi»—h o w - - ty, she w as In constant mot
lu p p o rt — th e sup--------------SocrtfMrnscoid------ w om en-su]
SoHon:------ Robusrsolerrefloa
saoo.ooo lust y e a r— il
o d ad o n o fR ealto is.
m u Jc ihequity
e
you nave In y o u r
■n parHripnring
p o r t o f a^ ^r t s bra, th a t is.
num beis of women
p
playing o n three varsity tea
vvhatlOein p aid for l it
r m onthly d e b t payhouse,
I
sc, keep
atlcast 30 p e ic c n t
fore B randi ChassandsportsocEven b«ef
rosse.
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basketball, te n n b a n d laaosi
iigo witl) just a SlO.i
:.o,ooo £ v „
lould not cxccea 36
u n to} uUdc h e d ,o rrD u ^ i]y ^ ,0 0 0
[>ped off h e r Jeney
Mike
May,
tain w hlpp
g ro u p
tiv lti^
sold
Mi
•I w as am ong th e first w
paym ent.
)f m onthly gross info r a S600.000
S
houw wMi a
Mfce sports
m oninggootfa
to r e w a l aa black
i
n tie lX
q x ik esm an fb rd iem
o f girls v\4io grew u p w idi lid
ML'in still h a s m oj n co y .o b u m .
°L
M' onthly
ho u sin g
$300.00i
>,000 mongagc.
Idddng
th e wltinlng
.uitemanonaL
b
ra
afterU
c
school
trade
gttnq)SGMAmt
all
the
w
ay
througn
high
set
TJie last tim e h e rcfin
—indudlngmongogc,'
• ll!s
Ii!s OK to spend a sm all
i e 1999 W om enS
n d e DC. m a n y
goal a t ithi
“As a result o f 'Hdi
a n d c o U e ^ ” said P a rit m4iio
io 'w as
t o u k m o o o o u t o fftth
h e tr a n s a c .
p ^ ^ ^ t a axes
w and homcovflicr
pordon
Ion o f cashcd-out e q u ity
ip,
th
e
m
o st essen« gt ettin g in .
W orid C up.
red th e
m o re w om en arc
10 vb4ien Congress approved
o vations a n d
fi_ * Z t2 L — sh o u k lb c n o m o rc
• tion to p a y fo r renovo
on b ette r living— buying a car.
ece
of
sports
1 a ibigger a n d
lial
p le
c
an d m a rk federal law tth a t v o h re d ln sp o rtsln
was given a SIOO.OG
scent
paying
I a wedding s e n d in g
ng for
in
m o re diverse way,””hhee s i3 d ." n ie
e q u ip m ent
n t for vkTomen was
b a n n e d d b crlm ln a d o nn
ca-dii. Klein sa id h ejm
mlg h .u s o k
u t tap p ln g h o m e c q ak idI to ccoUcge, etc. But u se th e
tcem o st popular,
already th
m arket Is there, a h d d ie d eschoo] sports In 1972.
to buy a n in v estm en
s mt property.
„ ] „ ,o ,s t c o» nn s id e rd ie m c rits o f
rest to
to m
r ake more m oney,' b y
n is tr a te d fcm ole
TWo fru
)m en's
m a n d b serious for (wromen's
H er sole com plaint: Womi
'I'he value Klein’s h o u a
-oving your house o r o th ,
!S a n d those o f loans.
ImprovL
If” if
ci^lU ncso
n m n e rs dc
d e sig n e d th e Qrst
rea te d
sp o n s apparel).”
apparel w as n o t creo
crated — m o r e thai
“ tovestlaglL
jsports
it
it ao f every 27
sports b raI aa q uarter-ccntury.
W i m .l o aon,
n , you pay Interest , erwisc
in 1972, one o ut
e q u a l It w as n u d e fo r m ein,
n ,.n o t
m ade from w o rld n X
g itu ' i ' p ’'^ ;
played v arsity
ogo by s did
t dlin g tog e th e r two
________________________ I w
1 om en. N one o f h e r unlfoi
[forms high school girls plaj
three >’ears — is c:hanging
ha
his _____________
(o c to m p L
n .'T h e o iu ln a l Jogulders
s p ^ r ^ ^ o u tuoto te v e iy Z S
view of th e future.
iborhood was still k n o w n ;e ver St right — d ie should
,
. grow ing coinfi
m fort with th e cxpendghboi
d ite d w ith placing
do. according
b ra Is credi
ow —
nifih school ^
do.
“I'tn th in k in g I need
eed to b u y a
rience.
m ore! for
foi ils crime a n d lack o f ;sloped, th e shorts h im g low
lie os Tide DC— the
w rtsF o u n d aos big a role
to the Womens Sport
cxccpt for die lacrosse kiltt PPa r k
house n year fo r tiie next 10
Even th B
e m
i o st tra d itio n a l am enide
lidesthanforilsgentriO cala w d iat
lo ndm art:: federal
f
d o a College p a nid
k lfp stio n -h o s
c a ts
>
years a n d th e n reti
retire. S lid
h o m e o w n irs
e rs b egan th in k in g d o r tltw
Itw a srcccn tly ap p raised at ^ev en h ad to c ushion h er 1dsnuR
rupled, from
b a n n e d ddisc
i rim in a d o n In
m o re than quadrup
w ith foam to m ake them sr
Klein. 31.
a b o u t th e irr Ih o m es a s piggy $850,000
orts
v
o
m
e
a
school
s
p
o r — In b oosting
^
31,000
to
12a,20a
WOI
Klein is like m illions
ins io f Ameri*
b anks d u rin
l g gth e first b ig 1^ She! aain d her husband u s e d
^c n o u ^
p
o
r
d
d
p
a
d o n In
T, v
w o m en ro- .
w o m en ’s p
o iip le
As they get oWcr,
After graduation a n d a coti
cans w hose attituLides
de
about
nan cln g b olom
o n in 1992, w h en
their groi
growing equity to b uy a n :o u n d n g for
sports a n dIfim
ti ess.
m a in actlvc, occou
o f coUcgc coaching stints.. Park
Pi
iio m eo m iersiiip hav
have, b een
m o rtg a g e rates
rat« /oil below 10 odierhoi
housc neaiby an d renovate
becam e
en t of p a rtid Before necessity
nt
m o re than GOpcrccnt
packed u p h er pludc a n d hicrold
er <
tnm sform ed b y thle
e iu n p rrc e p ercen t. Since
scU IK Tlien they b ou g h t a
ice then, th ere h a v e It to seU
ctivldes su ch
d ie m o theerr o f th e Jogbra,
rest in
p a n ts in Qmess acthi
}lck-up truck a n d drove west
dented growdi in propei
)perty values
B « n severalImorcsuTRCSofrefim
house! in Soudi America,' a n d
leen resorted to jogDdng accordso m e w o m
cm asyogoondkickbaxln
, uiid tlie ability to ta p tldiat value
n an c in g b e cau
siu se o f falling rates, soon the;
die/U dose o n a large s in ?searc h o f a ca re c r thot: e:
obrasorvkrrapplng
[uidonaL
g
in
g
ln
tw
o
l
ve
o
f
ingtoSG
M
A
lnterruid
bra
ced
h
e
r
n
o
n
sto
p
love
today. It used lo b e ilia
d ial a m ort- j h e m y-stiquc
sti
of w hat a
gle-Iamilj
mily home in a n u p sc ale
~
IS in Acc bandages
;n!s mailcct is
, their chests
t th
"Now the vromcnS
d at
giige vwLs m o re o r les:
less fonnrer,
m o rtg ag e Isi hha s kind o f g o n e D .C nnel
c i^ b o th o o d . Jim en e z5sports. Unrolling h e r tent• read
zc b o u n ce a n d disPark,
to m inim ize
to o big to Ignore," sold
!
fust n i ^ t o n th e roadi shc.rc
a n d rLsing equity w ass co
c o n s id e r ^
a ^ a y aTong vrtdi
w die co m p cd - Sepulved
v e d ajolncdhcrhusbandin
M uefootcdon . com fort, a0 discom fort that
n T ic
d a d in Jeans and bare
the luiloucliable fotuidi
n d a U o n o fa
Uveness o f th
the m arket,’' local die real
c
al estate
business, an d n o w
"th e fine print o n th e tag:n"TS t,
in th e
k ept m a ly
n y larger-breasted
a rare oltcrnoon break
b re
N
i
rctia’ineni nest egi^
roker Steve C alem
dieyencc
encourage cilcnts to use th e
' orth Rice, 999 H arrison
im p o m d p a tin g ln
w om en frorr
i: th
Emeryville, Calif.,, vrarohousc
w
t e
..............Now h o m e eq u ity is V
■ iew ed .
ligchange."
eqtiityin
rin their homes to b uy In-- JBerkdey.: H er.destinadon:
:ct sports atafl.-N lr
ln o S p o rts.
h iA -Irh p act
pons
th a t houses HdG'N
hit like fo u n d m oney,
ey, A w ho e
j o P au la Hel
■Icichd. die grow ing vestment
icnt properties
'•c e n te r o f the o u td o o r spo
}
so
c
g
ro
w
in
g
u
p
T
hot
Is
; m e th in g that
n
o
f
"All
ofthcse
girls
arc
gl
universe,
o
constellodon
geiieratioh o f h o nieoi
Leoivners Is value o f h e r: Capitol
C
Hill h o m e
"It’sI vci
very easy. It's very ta n g i”
h d d w omen
en b ack for years,”
<lorth w ith a sense o f cn
enttid e m c n t.
able to live in a w ay
d
y .llieir
p a r- ^
„ „ o)ther
,h tool she could bic for
>r fpeople to u n d e rs ta n d
^co m p an ies from T h e Noi
th e 39tion w h eth er
sold Lori Shannon,
Sh
T here is not o questioi
Face to Sierra Designs.
e n ts never d re a m ecd
d o f back
because
they sec th e ir
b(
lu n d er o f See Jane
b d d n g and
yeor-old foui
icncc
^ e y belong. TOcy bel
w hen h o m es app reciat
elated
neighbors
do in g it —
, With a few yeors cxpcricn
ni
ts . "If y o u don't
e y ^ lo u d .”
Bun Sports,
lustjy t h e ^ here an d iney^
in th e sporting goods Indusi
a percent o r tw o aI yt
year
taking the m oney o u t.
,,
idon is b e a thove a g o )d
o d s p o rts bro. you
ir-oId
And the compeddoi
uS n d e r h e r b d t, the 26-year-c
a n d cashing o u t 'e •quity
qu
Tw enty y ea rs ago, there were
S
buying
som ething else,
a s and
«ven
can't r u a ”
in g up. Nike, Aiildas
i
flexed
h er entrepreneurial m ui sm eant ro b b in g fromI yo
yc u r
o r InvesUng In starting a
Jj
m id c ro fT ld c Nine
ill how kihg
Park,foim
e nr c t
N ordstrom ore all
d e s . She b anked h e r c ndrc
retirement.
about 101
I to
< 15 kinds o f
restaurant, she sa id .
EmenrvUIc,
Call£,
ir.
M
onufacSports
in
Er
gs
—
w
o
m
e
n
s
sportswear.
I
w
"If you go in a t thle
e 0age
"It's exddng to see p e o ” orth — $15,000 in savings
oUor signs in
figured olit
u t w h a t w o m en
im en
turcrs a re seeing dollo
o f 25 and youV e s e e:n
n 1100
m ortgage loai
lans, Duncan said;- ppie
” recogruzing It a n d o°Jn a hunch d iat o th e r womt
w h e n she
^ b o d ie s a n d
n e e d In ' 1989
IS
ib ras
tai!orlngtow om cn^b<
.
,
percent a p p re c ia tioon
n in
running with i t ''
^shored h e r frustraddn w idi br
pporel w ith
m oiled o utt h1e r finit 30,000
going
today theree ai re 2 5 0 to 3 0 0 .
, ™Jim c n c z -S e p u lv e d a th a t sagged, sw e atp an ts aotn d tastes, m aking oppa
, youniroperty, th a t's goi
basketballs m ade
id ni o m n v er
catalogs. Boj
•d in
sh o rte r sleeves o nd
to aflcct th e w ay y o u lo
dism isses th e a n a lo g y ' ru n n in g shorts th at pulled
high
shoulders, smaller w
wiaists_M d____8maUer_forr iw o m e n w ere a ~~
il?°f , B a ^ have uused advances in___Jh
................at.h o u sin g fo r th e rest
- s h e - s o m c tim e s -h e a r s • “th c .h lp s .jm d .c ro td i.a n d Ihii
ire
even
acbust,
b u t'am
mi S l S n c w c u s m
e
vvlder
hips.
They
arc
to
p
s
50
wide
they
slid
in
ti
yourllfe— cv en d lfferei
likening this k in d o f 5°
ere
»
m
c
o
m
m
o
d
a
d
n
g
short
)rt
a
n
d
toll
-tom
erso
rd
e r d sp o rts bros.
technology
y and
i
consumer
“
hecL She called h e r n e w c or
ly ih an y o u r paren ts,:'Sy,o
wl
leveraged
real estate Into herself as
n g a n d o u tN o w sh erefers
re
p o n y Ild e Nine Sports ond b id
u lt w o m en widi ruruiing
saw I p ercen t appreci
vesting'
10 d ie frenzied
™
rentlengdis.
die "chief ^ror t s b ra guru.”
^rcry d o o rs pan ts In differen
S s ”databasess to
t reach new
It o n 0 sim ple prem ise: Eve;
lion per y ear for decade:
Investing in technology
H d c Nine ^^ r t s carries 45
table
A thledc giants aanre h i ^ g
said Doug D uncan, chi
stocks of the late 1990s.
^w o m an should d c com fortab
segments o f th
the home-owning
irts
bras for an cup
m
o
re
wom
en
in
sale:
ales,
testing
sty
leso
fsp
o
n
w
h
e
n
she
works
o
u
t
econom ist for th e Moj
She argues that real esnivity levels,
p o n so rin g
sizxs a n d acti'
naila n d m arketing, sspi
Fifteen years later, th e mal
- gage Bankers A ssociado
tate
iuch as diose with
“ J assets are b ou n d to . °o rd er b u sm e n that s h e startc
y s sports b ras are
irted
m o re fcmole Jocfa ond
population, SUI
m d o p ening
T hese days
'C ertain ly w e're fn°"a
In
increase In value o v e r
to
m lnim lzo
nea
viromen-onlystorcswii
widi 0 m o re
desig n e d
i
new w orld today." sa
th e y c a rs,e v c n lfit!sa ta ^o u t o f h er h o m e h a s becom
redit,
and
have
^
w
eaker
crei
)so rb sw eat and
rting g oods
bounce, absi
m uldm llllon-dollar retail ju{
David Lereali, sciiio r vli
far slower mlc th a n In
stc .x s ore hiring mloro
ore w o m en
dry quickly.; SSerious research
g e m o u t thot se n d s o ut ' “l3 i
president a n d c h ie f ccoi
th
e
past
fewyears.
^
tailored finant
incial instruments .
o p| m c n t dollars
a n d giving m ore sp
s] ac c to
a n d d e v e lo
catalogs a year, rtm sifhrc
fh
oniist o f th e N atio n
, But econom ists a n d
fmillion
"
t y l^
w om en's gear. Bven professionpn
h av e b e e n1 s:p e n t m aking
retail stores an d carries 45 styl^
Associution o f R ealto
lenders worry a b o u t
JS
to meet the net
leeds of just about 'j™
a l sports teams ore
:« ttargeting
sure strap s don't
do d ig in to skin
o f spo rts bras.
w ho wrote th e b o o k "A
w h a t happens w h e n
do
»
t-g
ro
w
in
g
a
n
d
fabrics
di n 't ch afe o r irm
an
w
o
m
en
,
the
fastestP
m
now
42,
Is
one
o
f
o
sn
u
You Missing th e RealJ E»E
hom
any consumf
Tier at any time.
hoi e pricci stop csca* .3ut gtowlng num ber o f wome
[n ^
m a ik e t for licensed aapf
p p a rd .a c riu te s k ia Yfou
o i c an g et sports
tate Boom?
^
latj
ladng the way they h a v e
“jj
tem adonaL
bras d ia t coi
n m p n sss o r e nu rs c ording to SGMAInten
iihle tes-tu m c d -e n tre p ren eeiu
But diere aa* tradc-ofl
-offs.
bt«
Ip u p o rp u Q o v er.
th e
V\tomenii workout:t vi
w ear h a s '
c ap sid a:c.zlp
Clearly, th e eco n o m yf hhias
"C enainlyasdilngsre^determ ined to reshape u ss.
tndoL M ore
Som e ev en ad
a d ress sid e Isstro n g growdi potcndi
benelitcd from o u r mnore
o r liquid u se to strcamiillnc
llt h er finances,
treat, yt
y o u ’ll have
so m e
Park
s u e s s u c h o9sspillage,
s
th m
w om en are donning; what
w
approach to h o m e ojw
w rnership. T h e fin an ciali consultant
c
vddi househoU
10^ dW Gnd d iem sdves
^Ih e t i c n d ^ ^ ^ § b ^ 9 7 7 w hme :a ;
ooff all c u p 'sizes
ty
k
w
k
sth
at
W
om
en
calls
"fashletks,”
sporty
k
•nen
W
»sel,
a
m
arathon
Tunne
a s co n su m ers havv e tak eti sm id i B arn eyf took
tc
out a h o m e
with two
f osi
s c ts o T lo a n s -o n e o n
le
td
ie
tra
c
k
>
n
o
w
h
a
v
e
th
efreedom to get
vlng
c
a
n
b
c
w
o
m
jo
g
d
n
g
a
ti
m oney from th e ir hlom
o ir es a n d c q u lty lo a n to p a y offsom ecrcdaunched
VligEnla-bosed
Movin
diclrequit]
[ulty line and one o n dicIr
id.
But ju st iil»
n
u
n
d
to
w
a
f
it
Park
s
a
id
lano
r
tunning
errands
aroui
3omfort Inc. to sell w om an
stream ed in to h o m e ceniere,*
c
it card d e b ts, R e s o ld , and m ore
prim aryy nresidence, a s well a s
first tr a d e
finding th att p\ erfect p a ir o f
She
"W hen I went to mly
y fi
garden stores, furniture
tlendly running a p p a re l Sh
:ure retail, recently rcfinam
a n c e d to roll that
thelrncw
p
wpropertylnvestm
ent—
unny looks.
pants, flndlng
n g th e r l ^ t size
kies show , I g o to lot of fimr
ers, car dealers a n d cvei
n e n uavel joan liito a 3030-ycar G w d-rate
and that
at .c
.couU be a lo t" sa id
^ay s won^en ore m o i ^ stride
the' N o w lo m ju s to n e o if
f hhu
i n d red s
a n d style c in
a n still b e tilcky,
agents. A nd m o rtg agjee brolw
I
rs m ongagc.ThatI<
u lowered h e r total
Lereah ooff the Realwrs A ssoda^m d m oney In a n arena that th
luntiy w h o
especially for
foi th e average
o f w o m en In die coun
>ig boys ignored for too.tong.
say most peo p le arc sp en d in g m onthly p aymnei
e n ts by $400.
tion.
inly s p o n j
A m erican wv o m a n , w ho
o w n o vromen's only
their enulty pru d en d y/:re
: rt ln v w t^It^
a dffieient era,”w i ^ s a lakL
ki
>i w a s c o n cem
o trd in terest
In a spe
speech lost fall. Federal
.
oimon,
th
e
w
ears
a
36C
prestore,”
said
Lori
Shonr
6C.
-nUe Nino
Ing In tlieir ow n h om es,
Tbggnher
these
sports
en
c
tp
re
es, buying m tes w ere going
Ing to keep going Reservei
Chairman
A lon
J
o
f
See
Jan
e
Sports
u
ses
a barbell
I
m
ty
39-yeor-old
founder
of!
a
system
letu s have gone a -long wa;
second hom es, p ay in g o:
off m o re up,“ sh o said ,
Greenspan
pan painted a relatively
P*”
to rate sports
nar- R u n Sports. 'I don't: get
ge ftinny
n s b ra s by cup
expensive d eb ts a n d th
b eelik e .
As c o n su m ers
ers have becom e
sanguine
le pplcnirc of diese c a sh ^award hM2llng the o p p a id mwar
m en g e t a
s k e a n d actlvi
lo o k s anymore. VVbmei
Ivity levels. MovBut co u ld c o n s u m e rs b e- m ore c o n fid e nntt ab
c t for w o m e a infiuendnj
a out refinanco ut transae
isactions, saying theyVe
Ic. Vendors
ing C o m foIrtrt h a s on lin e
ny.
h e a d seat at d ie table.
^
com e addicted to this
' caldi. Ing. th e m o rtggage
nanu&cturOT to design every
lis w
a j industry has
“likely im
imjproved ra ther th a n
cjjw s e e vb4ut 0 h u « poten
tendol th is
g iu d es expli
pla in in g w h a t
a n d forget th e Inherent
lin g finm halter tops to MUra
■ent risks? m ad e th e proces
cess m uch quickw orsened
i
cd die
financial condim akcsagocM
m ark e t ca n be.*^
d ;sp o rts b ra a n d
Mow will peo p le rcact, m ie n th e
o o ts for female athletes of al
easier oihd1 chcaper.
ct
TWenty tio n
of
ofdie
avera g e
*?’■
p
le
n
ty
o
f
ho
w to .find |four
yo b ra size,
3
of-B
u
t
there
Is.sdll
pl<
real est.ite m arket chang
tiapes
an
d
sizes
an
d
aQ
levtds
a
anges a n d ypajj ngo, tb e ax
™
a x io m 'w a sth a tit
hom eowvner.”.................
ne
orts
r
o
o
in
for
Improvement
rts a p p a rel com e n t ShanSom e sports
d icrc just isn't a s m u cch
h m
i o n ey could p a y to refinance
rel
if rates
But it's
si unclcar w hat d ie
;’s sdll
^ ctivity and aptitude. I h e ir efibrt:
o f n o n says. 'VVbmen aare
n b e in g
p a n ic s w oI't
n ’t m a k e sp o rts
toplayivith?
av e inspired a generation, ol
,‘ ,
h a d d ro p p e d by 2 percentage
long-term
I pact has b een o n
Tn im
lously, b u t
bras, Sharmion
oi said. W hen
ssconsideiTid more scriou
Som e clients “feel th ey
e have points. Tbday, It
"omenls q x m s a p ^ r d businessit <
c a n pay to rcQconsumler
er befiavior
I
ond ability
.” sh
she said.
sh e asked o ne
n e m ajo r player
m d w e a re still not equal,”
oil dlls equity b u m in g5 a h1 ole in riance if y o u can
a n d rop your rate
to p lan fo:
for rcdrem ent S o m e
^ i, from A dikta a n online and
iHf,
W essd agrees. "The
v, om en's
e w
vtiiy, th e answ
i b u |{ged h e n
w er
italog rctaOer in Petahmia, CoIi£,
Jhclr p ocket,- salcT A
/y id re w
by half a p e rc e:nn tag
t c point, said
econom lists
ists say diey sec som e
0
v
e
n
lip
sports
bras
are
ose
m
tulcet
Is
cyclically
b
u
n
^
by
Chassalng, sen io r flnancl
0
male
athlete
Mhose
n clal spe- D u n c a n o f tl
th e M ortgage
youngerr homeowners
h(
seeking
^
dng g oods
*1 th in k thlaa tt^ h o w w e a r e .
out scrvico hy die sporting
cialist for W achovia Bonk.
snole fiiends complained obotu
^
, ,
Bankers A s s o diad
a t o n.
Im m ediate
iatc gratification. But
out
ind
u
stry
,
b
ut
we’re
toUdni
^
t of. a s too
k
ii^
o
b
o
u
t
b
ein
g
t
h
o
u
^
T lie y keep com ing: bt
ic lack o f sdecdon in wotkoui
back for
And 20 y ears
■s oa g a there w ere
they shoult
ouldrft because h om e“ J®
_____ m o rB _ c o lo r._ d ia n gges
e s - . t h a n ____co m p licated ^ S\ h a n n o n s a k i____________
---------- moir.-and Ilojow thC T ren
car), to See Jane Run Sports.—
r e n o tr m — about 10 to I S kkinds
in o f m o r t ^ e
eq u ity wcfl
w calth-Is-sdU -a h u g e oil. (uiaiom lcally cuttingI ddifferent
“There are stil
till so m e In th e
ovatlng their liouse. Chfl
It is, liteialiy, a vb4iole n e w ballOwM aing loons, D u n c a n sa
said; today th e ic p ie c c o f th
ti e puzzle w h e n It
*;
ing pa tte rn s. Thcre^ still lots
o tso fp e o in d iu tr y s tn
J u ig g l i n g w id i
• said. •'Iliey just sp e n d a loi
u n c W }m cn ^ r t b ig buying
are 250 to 300. Bb
B anks have u sed
co m e s to□ th e golden years.
^1”
—. p ie w ho don't quite get
M iti f
th o t” .
3wei: Slncc i r a l , w om en —
advances in teclinology
tet
and
■Fbrdieo
lie averam {iunlly In th e
Even am o n g th e m o st
o n M r- c o n su m e r d a ulabases
stco
ib
lo rcach
U.S., hom
e
imc-cqiuty
w coldi acvativc hom eovm ers, cbnv
onverting new se g m e n tss ot f die h o m e coim tsfora!
□ ra b o u th a lfo fth d rn e t
7
equity Into c a sh is con:om m o n - ovm lng p o p u iladon,
la t
such a s w o rth ,” said
sa
Fnmk N othaft.
place.
those w iu i w eak
saker credit tmd , chiefeconoi
m om lstform ongagcQ 1
Elizabctli C ru p p a , aa nn oOlce have tailo red On
Q nandal instrun a n c e gia
g ian t Freddie M ac.
1
manager w ith a dow ntow
tow n law m ents to m e e t thi
th e needs o f Just T h a t ’s why
why I do think it's im *
Arm, takes a conscrvndv
alive a p - about a n y c o n su
n e ra to n y tim a
um
p o rta n t th
thea t families d o th a t
proach to h o m e e q uuity.
itj Ten
^fc^v)y avallabte
ate kians have In- realitychecl
leck and cry n ot to bor>i-ars ago sh e u s e d a line
li
o f creased
tlieB
n ii^
o f ro w to th eehiltcvcrychanccthey
hi
^Visit us online and chect
Kk o u t M a & Valiqy n a
credit to n u t a n e w kitch
itd ie n iri hom eow ncrahipp
rudonw idc, get, bccause
lu sc th ty te taking aw ay
i_
Log on t o j|g w ^ a g i c y fj ^ ^ . c o m ^ d d j ^ o n R
tlie su b urb an h o m e sh eBhi
h M h ad w h k J ih d p s p t3 h» p iio c su p .lh o se
tr o m th dirroow
' n future.”
for 18 years. Last m ontl .*^.9 h^hcrp ricesm oiqn
T h e n aagain,
^
to tom e people,
q n more equity—
‘• W .
d o se d on a n o th e r loan
a n sh e ll o ndm oreow nC ra
T atempted to cash
tap p in g hhome-equlty
on
cash is all
use for a n ew ftm iacc.
In on that equity Rc
R o t^ly h alfo fall a b o u t m e fi
future. In a way, th e
'I don't w a n t to (o u c hi m
m y s a v - reflnandnffi In the
h e p ^ f in v y e a r s re a l estaa te boom is gt^dng
ings." she s a i± T h i s way
v a y lg c t h o v e tn c f a ^ s o m
.
>mecash-out
y o u n g er hom
ho eowner^ a n e w
the Interest d e d u c tio n ."
A nd if th e ree's
's o n e rule o f bree ao freretirem
tlj
ent platL
Several fa c to rs m aik
k e th is thtm ib. It's th aI t younger a n d
Nick Koul
bufos, an attorney for
g p o s ^ - new er hom eowvn*
ners arc m u c h
th e Securltl
iriUes and Exchange
ble, e s ^ a l l y th e $4 t M
^ o n In leas In h ib ited aboi
slon. is 36 a n d h a s
bout I t
C om m issloi
value tne n a tio n h a s a d dJe^dt o l t s
“Y burtw cntyson
K>methlngs,your th ree chlldre
Id re a Ke recendy d id a
housing stock In ju s t th e past th Irty so m e th in pA,th
i c y V e g tn n o
cash -o u t refinance
refi
on h is s ubfour years. C o m p a re d wdith
th U ^ t. p ro b lem s w ith I t ’ said Chas- u rb a n Wosl
5 -& b ~ fc 5 S « i,
/oshlngton h o m e to
the $147 billion a n d $ l3 iSblQlon
9b
aaingofW ochovIa.
la.'^Bccausealot bu ild a houi
louse in Penns)4vBnia
Americana h av e p u lle di o u t o f o f th ese flis t'timne
c h om e buyera . — to which
ic h h e plans to retire
their hom es in t h e p aa ss tt tw o __they w tm tlic k3t
tottery."
someday.
years don't se e m lik c th aitm
t it u c h .
“J a i p o t ” Is( h o w n e a im
*I thinkk it
lt% better to get It
But It's n o t risin g values th a t jim e n e z -S e p u h cmdla describes I t
d o n e sooner
n e r rather than later,”
have p ro m p te d th l» . stirge.
si
She b o u g h t h e r hoi
iiouscfouryears h e s a k L T[dont
d o see how I could L
mortgage csqw rts soy; it%
it% o u r ago fo r $300,0003 vV,iiie n h e rD .C
lo ae m o n ey
ty "^
5«------ Cashi
ling out equityy cautiously
B yJettlcaQ uynn
i « ____
KnKht RMd<r N<wb Service
te iS d S
s a ’s i i ?
Spoilrts bras
b n n gg comfort
Metes
EH™
%
magii
“
L
_ r
Sund
h n ^ A M 8 ,2 0 0 6
Tlw ilW iW .7^
M oney
j FindpNGA¥tVAYOlU
l T
'
Ameiics
;ans in oveijr their head
ds look to bankruptcy
I
y
ByEDMnAmbroM
( 3 c p e rts s a ld
^ Jot debt'
lector may c
CoUe
By leva M. A u |itu n »
------- 1 Tha D ll— Mocning N»
amaged credit II
must be rebuilt
H*w«
Collectoi
or's rights;
rtocmay:
u y o u n e e d l:
It
If you don't think:you'vcdealt
yoi
------------------ Ing o r dealin{
by phone only bew ith a deb t colleaor,
or. you may
I. and 9 p.m..
cans
a re
co n sid er vlsltj
M any
American
_______
th
iaW m ow Sun
already have.
thcmi
a n d d eterm ines wtiattinin
live permission to
sw a m p e d by debt,I, b u t m o re c o n su m e r cn
te
lercst
rale you will b e charged
;ed.
T h a t letter In th e■nv
mail savins
times.
len H h isy car agency, Venmn
th a n a m illion of them
ice yo u em erg e from
"“ “ “ S'*,
O ncc
xss
yo u ow e m oney for an
One w ay to s ta n th e procc»j
ly payment In full
w ill likely c o n d u die
c th
(1 a t tn elr
C hoose a1 ccredit c o u n se lo r
bankniu
n ip tc y -co u rt protection, of
ol Im proving yo u r credi
;dit
DVD rental — ctumcc
sir c o n tro l
vvlth care. I
ned.' Most coiiei>.
b in s a m bcj-ond their
th e long loum ey o f record
re
edit
from a collection agen«
is by getting a crcdli
i n (d . T ^ f d c S :
a ' Sild in g y o u r c r ^ tr c c o r d
T h e y will seek a1 fr
frcslt sto n
sp ru n g u p in
ca a n d using it for small pur'
lurA nd th o se dlnncrtin
card
rtlm c phone
“ '’- " " S S ; ’
t h r o u ^ bankm ptcy
)tcy c o u rt,
p ^ c u l a r t y ov
m ctim es y ou w on't b e chasc».
ch
N ever chargc m ort
ore
calls y ou ignore may
t a S '- c h S i g c 'S
H ere, a u d ito rs arc kcf
kept a t bay. <uid sometlmi
to what you owe.
to im m ediately get crcdit than
th you can affo rd And make
ake
telem arketers b ut crec
S l t ”o °^ £ ^
rc, sile n c e d , fees. Good agei
• D e b t collectors a rc,!
« iprovided for by
but only those
ided to y ou. M any times, sure
su you p a y th e balance of)
off
stead.
ist co f a filer's chargc n o mo
A n d potentially m ost
more
a sm all
thoujih.
have
.la w o r^ y o u ir
rcoriginal agreoih. c( reditors wlU give you cach
ca m ontii o n time.
If y ou use credit cards,
cat
Ishe^
fee. sp end time
m evrithyouossess^ c «ilt.
S
lO U s c a n be vanqulshc
B*creditor.
c a rd o r a u to loa n
V bills,
vou
D ont apply for lots o f cards
rds.
lo ans o r pay utility
b
---------Nearly-l;62-m illIon'
on-pcTBonal— in g — your—
tornw rnot:----------------— ^firjances— a n d ----- JSowffiH
in g tn a t y ou can^ file for Slick
St
to n o m o re m a n two,
wo.
h av e d eb tk And I Ty ^o ™ ^ ^ - ^ «W>txo>l»cto.
em phasize bud
b d n k m p td e s were filed
flic in th e
itactbymaH,
w
days
in
I
n
m
^
c
o
o
ti
h
in
d
ev
en
by
a
few
b a nkrup
Hamlllon
adviscxL
ru p tcy a g a in for years,
Hi
ember, a 2 .6
cation, experts:
ICOto yoor owing
y e a r e n d e d In Scpteml
tts s a id
crcditexi
f"®*® rafownce
I expcRs s a id T he catch is
liar
paying those dc^bts oj r ff
11 a n error
If you c an't get a regular
»sumcr c o n ^ Ja ta ls
^p a y a high interest rate crcdit
Check consu
p e rce n t d ro p from the y ear b e i «outside of the
cn
card, try a secured card,
ird,
ism a d e o n y o u ra c c o» u jn ts , debt
®
?!n
m
d
u
o
u
g
h
th
e
th e m o s t ‘ a b o u t an ngen
fo re , according coI tt:
a c t you by
envelope.
at c re d it
wt
collcctors can contact
where
y ou deposit, say, $500loorr
CSS Bureau o r tout
' -v qu
u see
,
B etter Business
re c e n t flgures. n i e dip Is lik c ^
th o se signs 'N o
Sl
jn t
m ail a n d phone u ntil
51,000
in a savings account
^ Utite y h e a r
“T S S S S T
th e re su lto f stateconsum lerprotectionoffice
er]
. crcditTBa
o n ly tem p o raiy and the
n or excessive
7Bodcrcdlt7NoprobIciTL' and
an tiiat ttecom es your collat­
latfrom you.
lat Imve alTypically, cn
low Interest rates that
or harass
And yes. It
phone calls toDannoy
i
I problem for t h e m They eral
cn for a line o f c re d it It works
rks
'Yes, it^ a nnoying An
rs to p u ll am n cies find/ rU o S f f o ?
lo w e d hom eo w n ers
n you a t 2 0 pcrcent.” said
liki a regular credit card w hen
like
len
c a n b e tim e-consum
im ilng. But
hi.
csolvc th eir OnanS S eS H am llto a a n educator il ilcom es to rebuilding your
louse by re* clients can rcsc
m o n e y o u t o f their hoii
his or her Memlty. [
mr
creditors an d consumi
m ortgage,
problem s '
fin a n c in g
a
mi
Unhfcrsity o f Maryland's
caw
n lil rcc o rd
• cates agree you c a n 'll^
1ignore IL
*----------------------guid w cc, sold 1
b a n k ru p tc y experts say.
tiling Is,to d e b t Itself, esp
native Extension.
i
■ed
"T he Im portant tiilr
specially if you
Shop
a ro u n d for a sccurcxl
education for th e
ic cdon't file director o f cdi
M o st o n en, people
c om m unicate," sold
lid H arry have co ta k e o rn attorney and '
K t th e low rates oflcred ’ :ani.
coj Som e lenders chargc: a
vrtint over- C o n su m er Crc
iu st becau se they wci
h e r co n su m e rs, you'll
sta
lid
S trausser III, prcsideni
lent o f tiie c o u n fees,
>tan*up fee, others don’t, said
b o a rd a t th e shoppln
•ping m all. Service o f ^
it a n d ColA nd also b e> iaware tiu t if a
to show creditors tiiat
Lir
Association of^ Credit
Linus C am pbell, director o f
Delaw are. Ano
jio th e r oncrtiU rd
‘ ,responsible. A nd th a t
lo w yerssay
snals,
a c o u n e n te rs a ju(
re
edi
dIcctlon
Profcssiona
iudgmcnt against
xlucation for C onsum er Cred"Thcrti Is a n civcnt In lh
i c lrllfe . usually end up
up in a d e b t m a n Ja n ta kke
e^years o f repaying bills
o r m ay repossess
trade group you, th e creditor
of
M irm eapolls'bascd trad
I it C ounseling Scrvlcc -of
lan .. w h e re A e control Ihat ag c m e n t plan
th a t Is outside their con
ctionagen- yoiurpropertyor
le.
Ms
or garnishee your
vlaryland a n d Delavrare. In
tiiat represents collcctio
gency
w
orks
w
ith
*
Bljist th em , counseling ogci
tip p e d th e scale agalns
wages:
;ome cases, loo, you can c am
a n k iu p tcy is th e w orst
sor
im ■ "B cs.
O fte n It^ th e loss o iaIjo
jobb o r a s e - creditors to set
c t ^i y g repaym ent
uilngyou
ln lb x a s ,a h osmcstcsad
n
^u can d o fo ry o u rc rc d inti
ng
"D on't avoid tiic calL
cal Don't
cannot
merest o n th e m oney silting
them o r a
schedule, h e sali
rio u s Illness fo n x d the
re, said Ryan Sjoblad. a ' int
Id.
avoid th e letter. It^ inn yy<o u rb e st be taken tc5 p a y’aa d e b t except for
n the savings account, h e said.
tave such scriotis'
•Ic ti
to w ork,"
T h e rest hav
loved o n e to b e unable
fc the purctuise
ng
interest to find out mnore
or about de b ts IncurTCd for
jm an for myfico.com, a
T
TYack
expenses, knowing
<
uenberg. a
problem s thatitbb a n k n ip tw m a y
s a id H ow ard M. Ehrcr
o
ftiie
h
om
e,
f
o
r
t
r
hom
e
improve*
th
e
obligation."
low
m
uch
m
o
n
ey
is
com
ing
in
in o f Fair Isaac, v\Mch
hot
ban k ru p tc y attorney■and
ani C hop- o e th e solution,'
m ents, for h o mle
e equity loans or
IVT h e fe d era l TVadei CommisC
)ped th e m o st w id ely ' anc
dcvelopei
md going out. Build u p savngeles.
How do youu kkn o w lr you're in
te r 7 tru stee In Los Ange
used sS
ir A score Is a n um ofessionol, for pay m en t o3ff certain taxes,
slo n p ro h ib its profe:
core.
Ing
SB
ngs so an cm crgcncy expense
tcy p ro tectills last catcgorj
Filing fo r bankruptcy
And vrages m aay
y only be gar' ,
,
b er that
ta t tells cre d ito rs th e
tha
3U
tiilrd-party collectionI businessbt
hat crops u p w on't ttirow you
"If you reach
d o n . o f course. Isnt a d
i eb to r’s
ch a point w here
iijccllhooc
mcys from ' nlsheed to payy cotm-ordered
oo d th at, you'll re p ay
ino
es. ag e n ts a n d aitomc]
n a financial tailspln. ‘
ate n to m k eso rn e hat m atter, croditois threate
o n ly solution, o r for tiiQl
ctiild su p p o rt, back
b
taxes and
treating you unfalriy.
w hen bills th in g away fron
o m you, th rea te n ■--------------th e first s te p to take wh
;— '
T h e Faif D ebt Collection
Col
defaulted studeni
:nt loans.
bankrupt- y o u vrfih forecli
c d o suie o n yo u r
determ ines
n e s wtm t assets you c an exp
x p cns say su c h le^slotion
g e t ovcrwiiclmlng. A boi
ion
Practices Act also spei
jpedflcally
A nd w h at ffyo
^ u file personal
ossession o r gar*
keep. For
e
your credit H om e or reposs
Dr exam
ple, a 2 0 0 -acrc star
lands a b etter chance o f pass*
'ey w ill b e p osted o n you
ent bankruptcy?
p ro tilb ltsth e u sc o fliauuassm
ra
ranch inTto
iT txas is p rotected from
ing
you’ll e n d
n ish m e n t ofif your w ages,"
ig tills year.)
re p o rt fo r w ai% a n d: yoi
. a n d false statem ents
IS 1t:y debt.
T h e d e b t col
lollectors won't
B rw tshitcs- V enturasald. .......
..
as-wtdl-as.a.S300.Q00___ E qxxt to answi^r.lots o f ques*
■ — creditorss ai
les*- -collectors. States haveive-similar— concact-you-anyi
lymore. Instead,--------ile for
hom e in1 M
Massachusetts. M aiyied to you.
O nce you file
I bankm ptcy,
tton
ons about your finances if you 'law s.
\m e n CTcdit u cxtend<^
1th your lawyer
tiic y il de al with
ps creditors from
landers, oonn th e o th e r tiand, can
yers, too. th e court stops
file.
Ie.
Prbsp'ective em ployer
iptcy court.
ou have a n d th e bankrupt
,
A s a consum er, yyoi
iob ca n d itak in g action ogi
ogainst you, Vcnexdude **2,i
2 ,5 0 0 o fh o m e cq u lty
"(
"ObUilning
a discharge is* “a
so m e tim e s review job
But so do
fu st b eca u se• you've
}
rights u n d e r th e laws.1. Bi
chosen
Underr aC h ap ter 13, y ou repay
tren
em endousbenefii." Ehrenlierg
d a te s ' credit reports an d m ay tu ra s o id
know tiielf to a v o id th e d e b t collector
c*g debtcolIectors.Theyknc
N ot all debt
3t (c a n .b e e rased
all o r a portion
po
lid "You have to b e honest"
o f yotu* d ^ t s
sold
frow n o n a b a n m p tc y;y.
Isn't being
ct
rights, so It's good for you to doesn't m e an a.ction
over three
ti fiv e y e a rs,d e p e n d 3S ti
to avoid th ro u g h bankkru
n p tcy F o r in K to
S
Some
don'ts before filing:
H ere a rc so m e steps
uken.
know yours.
an't get rid o f , ing o n how
hoi m u d i th e co u rt
con expect s ta n c e , you ccaj
• • Don't go o n a spending
filing, a n d w hat you con
w cted
bya
F o rstan e rs,y t)uarestlllliabtc
oi
jng
So you've b een conw
a
id su p p o rt a n d
detehnlncs
alim ony, child
nes you c a n ufibnl to
»in^c
r t In th e w eeks before filing
if y o u d o file:
debt you
for a n y legitim[nate
i
debtcoU ector-N ow wdiat?
hai
h c re ia b o a h l^
pay.You'ret
do
n io st taxes. Thcr
■re allow ed to keep your
Dgu
Surlng tiiose bills will be dlsT h e first thlngyou should
she
Ils*
First, don't panic. It m eans owe.
w im e to w ipe o u t
property.
In d u d in g assets tliac
)u ddon't go h u rd le to overcoi
r. In
c larged.
ha
S p e n d m o re than
is sto p charging, so you
im e a debt col*
business.
A n d by t h e tin
so m eo n e values your‘bu
It loans,
'so th e se
youcoiildn'i
I
idn'crecalnundcrC hapS1.100
l.l o n luxury ilcihs witii-a
a n y fu rth e r In debt," sold
sai John federal student
angry The. le c to r m a k e s cco n ta c t w ilh
»■“
Second, don't get ang
ter 7. A C tiaptcr
ht
13 rem ains o n
sing
usually m ust b)ee rre p aid
n d e c^^dilor w th in 60. days
V entura, a bankruptcyvkiw yerln
y our d ebt
nlsslon re- you. In m a n y c:ases
a
lys
Federal TVade Commlss
V atto m ey w llld o
y o u rcredlt
d ltire p o n for 7 years.
nd a u th o r
A bankruptcyc
beft
sfore filing a n d you w ill'have
Brownsvlile, Tbcos, and
sen
h a s ahready bec
j reported to
"fc
stricts th e a c tio n s,ooff anyone
i
a n analysis tto d e te rm in e
"Most ooffth
i e tim e. p<mplc file
toI repay
n
t^ t^ V e n tu ra s a id The
_____ o f ‘T h e B a n k r u p u ^ KiJt,t.'
it can re*
you th e c re d it b u rceaus.
a
P® _trying_t0-C0U ect m loncy
om
should flle'u n d ei— a C h a p tes n :s b e c a u se th e y o w n
ssm en t b f vvhether you she
sdm
imu~goes for a ^ t 'C a i d casli
■ N ^ . take on assessir
ah
owe.
report for
m a in o n y o u r c:redit
n
□tap ter 13 o f th e
a hom e aanc
n d d o n 't w im t to lose
advi
inses a n d
C h a p te r 7 o r Cht
ivanccs.
in c o m e , living expense
om th e da te of
tonal'fiun- se v en y e ars fron
Tlic law s covcr pcisoni
it,” E hrenb
m b erg said . Or, th e y
:h m
e , Ventura s a id
••!Don't g h n v creditor a postd e b t, a n d how m u ch
i oney- b a n ^ p tc y c o didc,
y o n your ac*
ily a n d h o useholdd debts, th e d e lin q u e n ccy
have excess
x s s Incom e, b u t ne ed
date
A C hopter 7f is a liquidation,
iled c h e ^ A bounced <mcdc
y o u realistically can plut
u t tow
1 ard
ck
i n d u d liu m oney owed
: au- c o u n t
ed for
ling can w ipe o u t
th d r payme
/m ents rt» tructurcd so
coul
om etim es T his type o f fUint
..b ills e a c h m onth. Somi
luld lead to crirnliuil charges,
rs can call youat
expenses
D ebt collectors
to m o b ilcs. m edical ex]
d eb t a n d c an b e
they con1 m
mo re easily m anage
and
>rap<^
od m o st o f your del
id bankruptcy vron't protect
g e ttin g a seco n d job for
a.
es..
h o m e betvtreenI (8 a jii. an d 9
^
a n d credit-card charges.,
/cry six years. A
tiie m ,h esai
ts a ld
you
a ccash to
d o n e once ever]
)u from prosecution, ventura
c a n provide th e extra
even call you at
p jn . T hey c a n cv
ira
"No o n e likes to be contacted
cor
^rs <
o n y our credit
(The cred
r, Ventura
C h a p te r 7 suiys
Tcdlt-cord Industry for
sold.
id.
.
p a y d o w n bills faster,
V
by th e d e b t colleaor, bbuu t m ost w ork unless youu Inform them .
rccord for lOyear
ears.
years h a }s t}cen
be p u shing for leg• •Don't transfer property to
said.
n
•0
p e o p le have," said1 D
I arren yo u rem p lc w e rpirohibitsiL
3ter 7, y o u te alIslation th
thaa t w o u ld m ake I t
financial
U n d er Chaptei
rdlativcs
at
tiiinklng t iu t will keep
C o n ta a creditors ifr fin
rs say tiicy are
lo r o f the
D ebt colfoctors
Bowie, assistant director
harder for
di to rs to file u n d er
yrou to get low ed to keepp ccertain assets,
>r deb
asset
sets ogt o f t h e ^ ^ d s o f credidlfSculties wiU cause you
id a l prac- used to gen in g hlung
u u p on.
FTC's division o f flnanda
a. furniture a n d C hapter 77 aajn d shift m oro fliers
tors,
rhey don't usually clothes,
rs. Any m m sfers witiiln a year
b e h in d In raym ents-The;
to
know
"T
hat
d
oesn't
rm ean wc are
:
tices. "It's im p o n an t
tho nist a re sold
Into Chaptci
m kniptcy appliances, andd tl
p tcr 13. W ith R t^ubllbcfo
fore ullng will b e viewed as yoiu-rights.”
w a n t you filing for bank!
TOlng to go awa]
my," said Joyce
Mis going to c r ^ ca n s reccn
:c n tly g a in in g nio rc
frauc
ludulent
th e co u n . Ventura
a n d o fte n are willing; to w ork w iththeproceeds
m er a t ACH Fl^
In m o st cases, a d ebt
i
ibt coUecAnderton, a p a rm
u su ally
seats in Congress,
Coi
with you. itors.
SU te law
1
bankruptcy
sa id
o u t a rep ay m en t plan wit
tor's first contact Is m ade n a n d a l G roup, aa 1Kansas*ba<icd
collections a g e n w
m. "Perhaps the
tlirough th e m ail
tnem , th<y will
rcceivc a next tim e I ^
tn
V
However, if you firet: rec
collector b e in a t> e tie rm oxo)d "
*
p
th e debt co:
M
o r e
c (
e s g o
s e l f i c e r o u t e . mhuostn es ecaU,
debt colleaoTS
1
notlfica'
W
hen
calling,
di
n d you written nc
sen t their idendng d ^
catm otm lsrepresc
tion w itiiln five workiiu
c n ir\s u c h a c a s e .
poUe
By M w tha McKay
th e ir com panyr is self-insured, r e ^ r o tc c«dtio
tients w ho rcceivc th e bills,
^
detailing tiie am ount ooff dc*c tity, a n d th e y m ust use
"Tne laws
aws d on’t really have Thos
o sep eoplew ould tiien. tiieo*
nguagc. They
Th> R»cofd (Bwgen County
unty. NJ.)
o v e n s say.
th c n a m e o fth e c re d ito)rw
rw hore* businesslike lan{
isc m ost pcople teeth — thcr
------------That^s bccause
h e re is n o s a fe ^ net,"
retici
Ically c o m p lain a b o u t the
ce lepctitlvc or
ic ferred th e d ebt to tiie coll
collector; also can n o t nuike
Inc print In their said Kofman,
lan, a form er U.S. De- probi
don't read th e fine
}blem a n d notify tiic Labor
cn t phone calls
M o re th a n h a lf o f all U.S.
)r a n d w h a t a d lo n to take
ike ff yoii excessively frequer
p a rtm e n t
o f L atw r Investigator Depa
ued h av e h e a lth plan d ocum
o a ents. And, partm ent of
ssyou.
w o rk e rs c urrently insured
believe y ou d o n ot ow e th e to a n n o y o rtu ira ss
insurance
cards
a
n
d
critic
ol
:
o
f
th
e
federal
la
w
s
Sot
>omc
experts
soy
it!s
rare
for
a
h
self-lnoften,
they
get
ins
1 (do Is co n taa
4
W
hat
they
c
a
n
th e ir coverage t h r o u ^ S
money.
I
liuu
rancc
com
(known
a
s
E
IS ERlS/y th a t govern
bank]
ikrupi self-instircd business to0
th a t m a y Ilst-anlni
n't directly in*
s u rc d o r partially s ^ f-insured
- in
Leaving a m essage on
o n your people w *o aren't
U y-provides a
self-insured
edh>c altii plans.
leave
ve emptoyces stuck with bills,
h e latest p a n y th a t only
, p la n s, according to the
volved in y o u r' id ebt to get
an sw e rin g m a d iln e doesn't
di
tors or o th e r adAnyone! wc
n envork of doctor
working for a self-inMo
^ost com panies don't shut as
where you mrc
fig u res com piled by thlee Kaiser
I
:tor m ust inform ation o n wi
ts c o u n t T h e d ebt collector
vlccs.
simso comnpany
pa
m lnlstrative servic
th a t falls to pay
abrui
ruptiy as NorVergcnce, or
as they
F am ily Foiuidation.
1
•r speak w ith th e debtor. In som e and woric — a sI long
one tracks th e miKlical clain
laim s p rio r to a bankthcyl
laverisen
A lthough n o ot
ylaw p enough m oney to pay
hcd^L
A n d th o se num bcis have
se (jualldon't talk a b o u t the
y
states a debtor’s spouse
i
o m p a n ie so ro rru p tcy fiUn.
Uing " lines u p in
claim
ty p e o r stsc o f core
1ms In a sep ara te trust acBut th e y c a n conly c o n u c t
o v e r th e p a st three w a rssasco
os m :• Des.
la t self-insurc, ‘ bankm ptcyo
:y c o u n a n d is c o n s k icouni
inincc to
gan lzatio n s that
m t tiiat c a n op era te tliroughh
X,
unless
they
p a n ic s tu rn to seli-Insumr
irs
m
ake
cach
p
e
rso
n
once,
W hen d e b t collcctors
an y o th e r creditor,’
a bai
l- anecdotally, e »see:r ts say. they c red like an;
)ankruptcy a n d shut downn
g prcm
ovoid th e skyrocketing
p
etiie r by believe th e persoin
n gave incomtiie flrst c o n ia o , whetin
That^ because a
said Kofman
ion, a d d in g ttiai th e
Vkrltho
hout foisting bills o n to em-1* p h o n e p u n a ll, they aree ot
isurers.
are usually big. *011
obliged plete inform ation.1.
im is ch xi^cd by large insur
n p l o j ^ p aying Labor D epan
yccs.
)artm cn t doesn't tiave
ploye
ab e d by
large p o o l o f empl
are sup1
ten you
The only p e rso n they
SelM iisurance is praise
to klem ify tiicmsclvcs,, td
b lg fln o n d u h lt
th e rcsourc<
lut even th o se in tiie busi*I* th e y (ve attem pting to col
In c a n absorb a bii
urces to pro sec u te
Bul
the debt
c o llc a a posed to talk to aibout
b
s o m e , vtiio crcdit it w ithtl providpt
iture baby m o re every violatio
ition.
ness
;
s adm
it th at self*lnsuiancee d e b t a n d explain that an
ve
t o " su c h as a prematiu
n y inforIs th e debtor.
in g
an
alternative
I
urance advocates say
has Daws.
Qj
•
ms. th u s easily th a n a snu
imaOcr p o o l o f
S<^-insunu
la n not. conM ore often thaj
h l ^ - p r i c e d h ealth plans,
m atio n they obtain wiUI be used
th e ERISAI laws
la\ arc tough, a n d
The
h e third-party admlnlstra** for tlia t p u ^ s e .
3 a n inworkers,
tcollcao rsa re
su m c rstliln k d e b tc
g iv in g m o re com panies
com panies that p o ln to u tth
a t c o m p a n y officdals
ihat
tors,
I, ccom panies typically hired1
ranee to
fri addition, con
U id cn o n sa ld
est IInter- out to g et them . An<
c c n tlv c to offer Insuranc
lt% u sually in your best
o p t for self-insura
urance te n d to responsible
le fi
for ru n n in g a selfby an
ai e m p lo y er to process5 est to talk to tiiem. H ow
iwcvcr,
ff
"I ttiln k tiicy tti
th in k wc arc
th e ir workers.
e
:alth p la n i ^ r o p e r l y
claiiri
ms, w ould se e m to b e per-* y ou f e e l'th a t you have
hot selfh a v e relatively/ !stable w o rk . insured healU
ve b een ' going to say 'p a y'it,'
lc n o m atter
B u t o th e rs caution that
rison tim e. T he Lat>or
f(}ctiy
orkers ‘ forces, m aking It
it cosier for a c a n face priso
iy po sitio n e d to raise anI voongfully contacted oirr If your w hot," s h e sa id . "V
"Wc ju st want
in s u ra n c e
leaves w
wo:
;nt last y e a r d o s e d
alarm
predict h e a lth
D ep artm ent
m [f a b u sin ess stops pay** d e b t Is m o re c o i^ llc a te
find o ut w hy
ted
__
u n p ro te c te d , partlcularty
li i h c
ty ln
d itian to ta lk to yo u . fir
-------------------------2,939 dvil cas
coses w ith violations— in g —
b tr o n d 'h c lp ------- 7
c a s e o f a b a r i l ^ p t com par
t lustancjverdueD V D iyDoUu d o if t— y o u h a v e c n e 'd eib
ght c rim in al Indictacfrnli
m erem pk>yees a n d brought
nlnistrator Is often w aryf hav e to settie th e deb t in tiu t g o ^ g u r e o u t hlow
h e ^ th
m any forme
o to poy It
W ith a self-ln su rraF hi
b o th
t
tl t}cc3iuse
it h a s n o legal ob* Irtitiol p h o n e call
mes th e
o f NorVergencc,, a fost-groMtog m e n ts in1 I137 cases. ''T h e
p la n , a co m pany assume;
nvcstigations rccovligatio
tion to d o so, a n d stepping(
roviding N ew Jersey telec
Jecom m unlcacrim inal inve
jg a ln witii a
W hen y o u barg
"Be c are fu l Don't g hve
« ttiem
i
f in a n c ia ] risk o f provi
d o n s reseller th
Ticans p o ssib ly acceptingI all yo u r I n f o m ia tio n ii^
that s to p p e d
ered $ 10.6 million,
mil
according to
in mc
going
h ta
d ebt collector, you're
yc
h e a lth benefits.
tt w a y
ir ti
three m o n th s thcL aborDDcp
ep artm e n t
so mlee legal rcsp o n sib illty —■ You h av e so m e time." said
c d bI u si- pay in g claim s for
tia to u g h p ro utid B ud
head-to-lieadw itho
lypically, a self-lnsiued
upt in July, self'Itb dc»lgnc
g ned to b e fail-safe," ' r e a 1:
d liability
I
a n d c osts — if fl­' H ibbs. a financial c olu
edical a n d w e n t bankrupt
.tor. Don't t>c
n e s s w ill p a y for cach m
me<
u n sd o r fesslonal n egotiato
neant financial said Frederick
rick H unt, cxecutivc
nan ees
ce a t Che e m p lo y e r goI a n d co n sultant in Fortt W onti.
itead o f in su ran ce has mc£
y uictics. The
duped by foolery
H n tm a s it o c c u n instea
director o f th eeS o d e ty o fP ro fe ssoutii.
ih.
x)lleaor m ust
a k e ttia t
lavra say a d e b t col
Tfexas. "T he biggest mistake
p a y in g a fixed prem ium ti
isldcs, sold K o fnm a tiic cu stom ers m ake Is gh/lngac
cfitAdmlnlstratozs.
Besi
X
K o faan ., a ssistan t ro- sionol Benefit.
always
gaccess
playfiUr. b u tttia tddoesn't
o
in n tr a n c e camcr. Often,
H unt sold
i
j.party adm inistrator Is to th e ir money."
Id tiiat
if d a lm s go
tliird-{
iv toacfse a rc h e r
at
(G eorgetow n
happen,
h ire a sep arate com pany
tc
University's Health
Ith Policy Ii«titin p a ld redd flj
Ig paid by th e employer.
flags are raised d being
ttiecol'In e num t>er ifo fcom plaints
m in is te r th e claims.
If y ou don't agree w ith ttie
ip lo y e c h a s n o
th c r b y d o nrtois
o r a n d hospitals o r
"Thai^
11^ a real conflict o f IntcnsL"
realize tu te. said the empl<
rty co llca o rs
days to
against tlilrd-party
M a n y worlccrs don't rei
lector, y o u hav e 30 day
tripled
- aU
nationw ide m o re ttum
ti
d isp u te — In writing —
a or
• ' betw een 1999 a n d 2003,
2< and the
p a rt o f th e d e b t
FTC soys ttie nu m bcrs
b c continue
T h e d e b t collector m uissttth
i en
;bt a n d
to increase,
o b ta in p ro o f o f tiie d ebt
ie d a t» u tth c
t s until
"W feareconcen«e
sto p afi collection efforts
\
Morning
ict o n s o d c ty picks’:
fashtoi
Ions that e n h a n c e a n d em•______ e n o rm o u s im pact
i
died to
tiigh n um lM r o f com
c plaints,
th e v e rificatio n Is moilec
• "Nutraceui
a n d o n business,
:euticals’ : "Designer bellish
shm am re figures."
i
and w e w a n t peo p le to b e a w a rc
foods Infused
icd w ith nutritional - • - F‘ P sydioloacoT services: you.
iceso id
So, Io n s befbic9 tho
tl y o u n ^ t
T h e generatton that oncc
o f t t t d r r i ^ t 8."saldE
"It^ g o o d to have aI ppta p e r
dBow ieofthe
irS3<O 'is b o o m e rs oknv out
u t the candlca supplem ents
"N ev er tn is t anyone over
IS k
know n to m itigate "Morere optim istw mcsntxil health
vayyou
FTC.
tiafl,-H
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b
s
sakL
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a
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way
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t
h
d
r
40th
blrt!
n o w o v er 40.
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)fa g ^ '
serviceIces to ' h e lp boom ers
ffy o u t> e liev c ad
e collector
havo p ro o f if you need to dlsdebt
• Bionic aids
num p in g o u t
iids:"^'eglassesc}ust throug!jgh ttie a ^ n g process."
T h e y m a y bo c r i n ^ g; at th e rrm rketers were m
x"
has violated ttie law;
Un you can
p u te o r rep o rt a violation."
Is ae o d h e arin g aids
*Nut
s tbba lw
w ays to m ake a blUck
ud off th e a d - h ide bifocals
iitritionally focused restout h o u g h t b u t th e youngest
genitk^i to
contact ttie s ta te attorney
an
\ b u also have tho optics
of
th is th a t are virtual)
ually invisible.
rants: i: "Salad b a rs, health
sd nm id - v a n d n g
yearat
b o o m e rs recently entered
ie({U(st tliat th e collcctor
ircoea se
ers]^ office o r th e FTC.
FT
Sports m ec a d n c products: restaururants, purveyors o f organom ers" generation.
d ie a ^ T hese late boom
jn e n t o f th e
;
T h i s is on e segn
ou Al
L ithorofanew "H om e remc
:m ed l(» to h elp ic foo<
1964. a t
B rent Green, auth
w e re b o m o n Dec. 31, 19&1
lods a n d g rocery stores c' o m m u n ic a tio n vrftii yiTou.
to
jllcctor
industry th a t is confusing
co
th
n g to Baby boom ers b enntee r m an ag e m inor dcdlcat
on ith a t b o o k , "M arketing
a tc d to n atu ral products.’
’ a t tim e, th e d e b t coUe
th e tail e n d o f a genem tion
Jy oonce
consum ers." said Dv
>wain James,
nount Maricct m u s d e a n d sskeletal Injuries
B oom ers" (Poramoi
• Gc
Scncration-spcdflc publl- m
' ay tlum contact you only
b e g a n Jan. 1.1946.
ilieracexecutive
d
ir
e
a
o
r
o
f
oftlicA
m
erim
o
re
to
achrise
you
ff
funtiei
ai
xnipy a P u b lis h in g , says
rs th e sm a rt f r o m ^ r t s ppartid
p atio n .
cationsns: "T hose vrtio are *
B o o m ers don't just occuj
— ind u d lrig 1 ^ actloi
rtion—
can C oU eaors Asst
isodation o f
om i ic. m oneyvtriubeonind
industries th a t
• "Cosm eceuticals":
ece
"Cos- sc a rd ii
:hing fo r a f o u n ta in o f tion
'
sc a m o f life,- they tnm sfom
Tbxas. "If you d o n tu
t in d e rsta n d
b rm u la te d
w ith youUi1 i n e ra resources capable 'will tie taken.
w ith midlife m ctics
fora
lid Be- h d p people d ta lI vi
to ld a u th o r Kco Dychtwald.
equ est
som ething, w c w ill
Bo c arefu l. T h a t reqt
ldc!o o u r t> M
anti-aging Ingn
nsicdic^its."
' o f prmi
nilUon, i-riscs.
ovidlng
about tho
- c a u s e th e y n u m b e r 76 mlUl
to tid p ."
could Iw m o re costly thlan
a n ttie
IV <
o f his "h o t
• ^ m c i nSsi'a' p p a r e l: “New new eststb tu S ah ro u g h s."
has a n - H ere a te a few
w h a te v e r boom ers do has
<
Th« Birfttoow Sun
:ompanie
r-insurani
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now wiring, oil /
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rs or
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m ,.
o m ^ °now °'^°ono
no-of-a-kind
renial with sopori
parate
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,
ny wnlof
smo. 2 .4 0 0
entrance. Exe. Ki
H o m w F o r S jJ e ._ ^ j;- g jj
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e f carry for up to
----------------years with * 10.0
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down. 733-3562.
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3
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^ L E R 3 bodwith now appiiancoa.
op
3 bodroom. 11 tMth
In
GOODINQ
O'
Counlry
a; 2.5 baths, cusS 1 14,900
large lencocf yofcj;
yi
homo N, of Qoofl■>omo with offlco.
■. a _ ■ A
iw ashwoodstove, dlshwfl
ll 4 bdrm,, 3 bath.
ing.
Aitnchod
hod 1 bodroom
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)so to
or. range. ClOso
OHKO.
rinlOhOd
^ i^h A&f*ln-lawa
rln
opari*
10 Cati
_____ ___
schools. M6,900,
1
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REA LTY
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208-423-4247.
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b is irk t
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2
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b( t?
8
fowty U»tgo»hoat.A C , (ulla
000.326-4414.
JE R O M e W*n
----- - e d 2 homqi
nos o n 9
sprinklers. RV pt
ol Ifoos. S170.000.
r “ ^ “
.a c ro s plu s. w
t ator: 2
ing. stamped and
^S m( ^
cOuolltlod buyors.
bodroom rented
ror
for
orod patio, dog r
Coll
^I
c 539-2420
I
S650 a n d 14
1440 sq.ft.
$124,900,280-148:
1483
tt' A t t e e e e o e e e
A
^jo|iS S Io S S i
3 bodroom,\ 2 both
OFfoniuMTr
mobllo
rorft<
mted
for
AL HOUStNQ
$ 7 0 0 . S1S9,9i
ORTUWTIES
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larpbtnKn) loom SpoiuKr
on loi^rlmRfbadiiroiclMihpk
uopng 'lufti SIxxp llc«ie'SN3.
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with tho porson Ihot
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h
horgorogo
salo - 1
deeidoa
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classlliods
a t y - ond
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homo In 2 days.'
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■porsontt\attaught
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my homo Is mo
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tostlmonlal.
am
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733-0*31 oxt. 2
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HOME OF
DISTINCTION
This 3 bdnn. 2 both
b o asts cool AC. a
rr>odom hllchon with
Corlon Island plus
ChofryandM apla
cablnols. Snody palio
and largo 2 -bay
Qaroge ond moral
Asking $124,900
4 2 0 NORTH 1 1 6 E
$ 2 5 9 ,9 0 0 •
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DEPARTMENT
734-
208-734-6538
Call Toll Fiee outside Magic
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and/dr trade
financingg ai
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7 3 4 -3 9 : >930
Iti^ fA L L S
>25
S 89.900 3 bdrm.. 1
‘»*h. Ig. Lot. DW.
AC. nice kitchen.
patio, shed w/lofi.
.
s h o d o A IruK trees,
fenced . 1766 Hey*
b u m A va. E . 208'
420-7266/735-1593
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878-1751
425 Overland, BurleyI'
w w w A C u rtb x o m
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X. 4500 aq. tt. UtrQe
6 5 a cres overlooking
sr contract. 543-9399
BUHL BricH r a n c h e r wim
bdnns.. 4 b a th s, approx.
shop with RV d o o rs, £ 6 5
canyon. $344.900. O w ner.
...
^ ^ ^ ^ A T E S . Mini
>7 acres, lo c ate d on
1.. In private d evelopd
restrlcttons. N ew
SHOSHONE RIV ER VIE\
ior home. 3X 2 large
equestrian
o sta to , 2.57
Jidacaped. C all 206Uttie Wood River 50(H It..
Priced a t S298.500.
ment with c o v en a n ts artd
2100 sq. n. c u sto m cedar
shop/bam, beautifully land
886-2467 lor directions. Pri
-s.
A H O ip ? |
0 .W -i5 .1 h s .lim s l
iO H N G T O B U Y j
m e s a r e s e l l i n e J a s l L M Q x>ked
.v
• H o w to sta r t th e h o m c -b uliigh
yi p re ssu re
irn X B t^m y
• Preq ualifying f o r y o u r loan
a lc s M e n e c ^
• l ^ a m de tails o f te n overloo:
O 'm - d S l D !
• F ind your ho m e w ith o u t hi{
JobnlM B nafC llM i I T w n c T a
b e ^ t e d k a widi a l t t i e k m i l
« e t r / 1.458 sq. ft.
4 bedroooi, 2 balh
g a s heal. AC. autc
CALL JOHNTODAY AJ
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bjF
C all 206-732-6614
6141
~—
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1.679 squaro0 ft.. 3-4
bdrm .. 1^ &bath o n
' lg. lot, Foncoc
» d y a rd ,
fMtaro londsc
Escaping.
sprlnkJor
8'systom . ..
concroto sto drtvo*
^ ^ y & Ig.J. patio.
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Interior.
M ust floo to;o appro;118.000.
d a to .
511
423-0009/731
31-7489 I
TWIN FALLS
R anch style 6 bdrni.
fmi..
2 bath. 1.920 sq. ft
.Full Unlshed bssemonl. RV garage,
Large fenced yard
Closo to Twin Fall!
High School and
Public pool. By
Owner. $145,000.
CallBOe-733-3310
W E S T T tR K A
n u i EITATCQROUr
.
<200) 733-7653
lomc wltb-poteotiai to
infinbhed basem ent.
|uare footage. G ranite
Id eustom cabinetry in
1. S p o ^ u s Uving area
.jlM g Great family boi
. M u y a m e n itie s and
B ^ ^ ^ ^ H i » p o n d in un(
: gariM . rock and ituc3 ^ total ^wl
»5»M L S # 9 8 2 0 1 9 6 4
countenops and
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fit
l y B a * /t n « f a y / f i O S J 21 1
N ew er, large!
te 5-b ed ro o m . 3 ba th home.'
3000 IQ. It. w
W]ith a h alf-a cre yard on « quiet
iet
re d u c ed t o $169.900.
iS £ 2 ;Z li£ li2
4 1 1 A
A U a l^ $ 1 3 9 ,g O O
■
cook-s kitchen. <
with fireplace.f gK- f l g a >
CaUAity
«t B o b b « "« • $189«900
•
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m
■ B S D D ^ B l do n , ^ ( ~ p y ^ .
- L ^ t y h o m le
e In e e ta b U sh ed neighborbood.nted 4 B e d ro o m . 2 Bath. Family
F re sh ly paint,
?
(Ireplace. la r s e deck & mature
Great lo caU on tucked away on
len d scflp e. Cr
le ar CSI.
c u l d e sa c nej
-- - - - •■-
bdrm., r bath.
f->
homo. 2 car
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dotnchodd
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q uonw t.
4
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Clovor Church
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and
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0.
60g-631.
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S 4 5 7 O f2208-326-6115
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"nii? home is in pcrfectt co
conditioal It
1. nroomy, bedHas an open floor plan,
and a showrooms. I car caroge, an<
place yard with patio. On
Oi two city
rhoodw ithno
lots in a quiet neighborho(
neighbors behind you.
)U. Call Jill
WofDcIlat431-3702 forto
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MUS#98169672
.
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Q om S tato Reatty, Inc.
n e l s
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wtilenmBkMllltJ J ®0 o(N«fiue
„
-tny
Dfotorooco
nee Ixnllallen or
Si«nmin«ii,
inailen bated on
»lor, reUflion. *ei,
hanaicap.
ip. tjfunuiai »uiu«.
or naiiorul
jrul ortgin or an
iniemion
n lo
to make any
#g«n pr«r#i
ralertnee limitanon orr di
dliertmlnabonT«miii#iu #u
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etillojon or>
m g wiin parenit
oiniodlan; pro^>m«n wkj pM«le
3 ojiiody orchil,
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180 EARL DRIVE
$ 8 9 ,0 0 0 • 3 :3
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SHOSHONE 3 bod- TWINFALLS
OPEN H O U SE
" “ f"- 2 bath. 2 c a r
garage on 5 a c r e s ' - Sunday e/S /2005
1pm -4pm .
wflh water. $125,000.
O pen H ouaa S a tu r Realtors W alcom al
d a y A S u n d a y . Cat)
2799 B u g k b ru a h
206-666-9874.
O re l*
TWIN FALLS
P
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£ ” ■ 3S X .
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Mtup for KofMl.
1 9 ,9 0 0
V H o m w f t g W i.^
JE R O M E New con
constructton 3 bdrm.,- 2 2
ba th , garago. appls.
'v.v
sprlnklera. 323 V*;
W.
A ve I. $90,900. Call
208-539-3613.
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Hi!i fonDS bajrd
is imi
ite E se d doon tad a nmny'' u e. On a qBKt itreet,
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$95,000. Call 208occupy.
$84,000.
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702-397-8833
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734-5881
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2B00 sq. tl. olfora 2
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731-2806.
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28.7S0
squaro loet. For
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Colt 208-788-4613.
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livo stream, produclivo tisf> poods, small
hom o, now fruit trees,
b arns, granary. Call
208-543-4736.
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Ftoolwood. 3 bdrm.,
1.5
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dock, enclosed car­
port', stove & relrio.
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1
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softoner,
covered
HAGERMAN S acios
dock, Musi bo moved.
bolwoon
HaQormanI
$13,000. Catl 543and Bliss. BoauiitulI
6 7 9 2 or 308-6792.
S nake River viow..
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and
wells drilled,
KIMBERLY
560,000 wilh lerms—
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Coll 208-358-0312..
3 bdrm.. 2 bath.
HANSEN 2 city lols.
Financing OAC.
50x160' each. Buy
$69,900.
ono or boiti. Call 423Friendly Village
5445 Of 423-4566.
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C all 208-423-52S3
JERO M E 8.70 acres
lor sale wilh water
sh o res. Oreat building
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& KIMBERLY
a nd 1 V> West of
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Je rom e. 324-2477.
manuFacturo
614
homosh c o m o P r o p e rty
$25,000 and up.
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TWIN FALLS 4-plox
H om os slay on sito.
. for sak) by owner.
C b M208-423-5253
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garogo. Roms woil.
ipinco. $3,500, Calt
$305,000.
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FALLS 10x50,
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fencod yd. 2 bdmis.
$3.400/offor 736-0138
th li one MftTWIN FALLS
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lo ts $2 0 0 /mo. No
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doposit..Min. 1 mo.
1 car Range: 1,256 SQ FT.
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635 Spnicc Clrde
paU . Coil Keith
208-738-2039
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Gooding Idaho 63350
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ITWIN FALLS Beau-1 TWIN
mo.
b«lroon), 2 ba th Ir
In
Woi 3 bdmi,. 2 both.
7 5 bdnn.. refs. CaU
404-8042/404-8135.
th« country, Q ora0«
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oppUonees. garoge.
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TWIN
FALLS
3 bdrm,.
lawn cvo. No polo/
TV
Aa vailable
22
balh,
gorage.
______ I 32*-84060f4gO -84O6
•oe
smoklnQ.
O le a r y
AffordaM e
fenced
■ yard. $700
r>r<ui
----- -----School Oist. $895 *
f«
roat Incentlvos
^ ■ 1 JEROUE N ew er
3I
mo.
No pets/smoking.
dop. 3ee-n3-a299 \
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■ ■ ■
t) d m homo, o n 2
3t6-0 4 3 5 or 735-6696
3BDRM 7
acros, no sm oking,
'1®' TWIN FA U S 2 bdrm. TV
TWIN FALLS 320 4*'
9! FULL
r,
BATH
H f l
outsklo pels & live*
IX*
2 H balh. den, fenced
A
Avo. E. 2 bdrm .. 1
slodt okay. $80 0 rrx>.
yard. t67S. 539-OeOS- , bath.
ti,
$435 mo. +
/S padousW H
■* $600 Otp. Call for
$300 dep. 734-5329.
^
oppl. 324 -3301 unlit
3
3arages.
w b
‘’ 3 TWIN FALLS 2 bdon.. —
pm. 837-6390 oKor^5.
■tookups.
A/C
FALLS 4 bdrni..
H0(
1 balh. with appli- TWIN
TV
And
1.S
Ai m ore.
■ a n ce s & fonced yard.
1. baths, ig. yard, 2
JEROME Nlc« 3 b d rm . • $400mon(h’+depoolt. •' miles
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of
TF.
$875/
Info
Ifo 7 ^ 2 1 1 1
m
_
2 tHrth. 1 acr» fe n c^e d
mo.
Call gOa-732-5437.
m -► dep. 7 75«37y»d. $825. S39-080S
5753 or 702-306-6003
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PARTMENTS
FALLS 4 bdrni.,
API
f a f O N f t C^
now ca/pel and paint. TWIN
TJ
KIMBERLY 2 bdrm .. 1,
den.
2 » bath. $1,200
2510
10 W hispering
/o
garage, water pd.
«
^
|rom BaiTcinrm
i
w>«*
batn. Oos tw at. Wr/O
Pine
ne Drive Tw in
V ,/
S575* dep. 326^3270.
J mo.
S Bumie 721-oe26.
hookups. No smokJr>g/
Falls.
TWIN
FALLS Ooan I.
^al Idaho*
pets. S500 m onth *
♦
t
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2 2& 3 bedroom hous4S
$300. dep. 423-4276i
TWtN FALLS 2004
^^
fe.
400d ! ^ ^ H U I
08.
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Voty nice 3 bdrm.,
« $350 10 $550 per
m
I1
2 both homo. 2 c a r
hxonth ♦ deposit. Coll
_2
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IP.
garage & fenced
- 20a;731..09.19-_______
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yard. Waler &-lawn
t
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62
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older, 2
TWIN FALLS Cuto 2 BUHL 6
c are provUed. No
bd
,.
AC.
W/O
bdm)..
1 bath. Behind
bdmi..
__
smoking. Avoiiablo
Sc
jp. refrig., stove,
Burger
Kiog. 1203
hookup.
J u r y . 1*'.
$960Ell Cr. N. $550 ♦
>8
allow ance.
Elm
utilities
$1.025mo. -f$900
&5
11
a ssista n c e '
$500
dep. 420-0399/
Renbi
dep. Small pet will
42
206*735.
420-4505/324-0399.
avaH. Con
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b e considered.
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TWIN
FALLS Q Inaer
1329 Park Meadow#
™
broad hornet 1 bdrm..
99ti /in m \ Nkote Koch
. c o u rt
5
"
booutllul yard, 238.4*'
q u HL
Im m ediate
KIMBERLY C k u n . tg 1
73^8888
Coil 208-404-4345
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Avo.
E. $450 -f $400.
opening
ng for 2 a n d 3
bedroom. $32S * d e p .
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dep . No smoking. Call
bdrm. unHs.
ui
Now a c - '
No smoking /pets.
TWIN FALLS 3 bdm i.
42
420-0399
or 420-4505
coptlnfl
ig
applications.
Coll 208-734-94S0
2 bath, renood yard,
oor
r 324-0399.
Call 208
08-543-2740.*
carport, totai electric. ^
TWIN
FALLS
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f
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P U B U C S E R V IC ^
g e o u a tow nhouse. t j e r q u
ilEe
posH. 208-734-5063level. 3 bedroom . 2
«<iv) S.c Cleveland. •
MESSAQE
I]
bath, appls.. storage,
one levi
Federol'
I ' 'TWIN FALLS 3 bdrm.,
5#]
svel, 3 b d rm , 1U
dhi;
G
arage.
No
1 both, fenced bock“ "I
b
Emptoyment
I
Comer tot, chain
yard. Exc. oroa. $575
P«i
mco. auto sprinInfomtatlon Is fre e. I
d o p !^ ^ ^ ^ M B O ° *
•f dep. 208-308-03S9.
_££j
garden area,
Remember, n o o n e II
r roof, aiding.
rWlN FALLS Lorge *
TWI
can promise you a II
cut 2 bdrm., 1 bath,
cuto
" '"im W8
'w ar>d doors,
(ederol job. For froo I
incos included.
stove
& rofrig,, W/O
sto
informaUon obout I
hook-ups,
• woter /
„ landscaping.
ho<
(oderaljoba.
I
30. C all C a th ie
ggai
a rba ge paW. fenced
Coll Careor
I
IS a t P ru d e n tia l
yard.
No smoking?
yar
>00 o r
737*
America
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pots. Call 731 *0321.
. 731-290(
pot
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Connection.
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FALLS Now ________
TWI
47a-7S7-3000
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IE
2
bdm
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1
m
north
r w est tocation. 3
Lpt.,
bedroom s. 2 baths.
W
- ctoan. great
bO(
$450 month
g a s flreplaco. 3 car
It.
Call
Shannon
gara g e, no smoking/
32-4555.
p o t T $ 1.100 month +
208-532deposit. Coll Lylo 208- ------------731-6589,
' JEROME
ME Now taking
TWIN FALLS Now
sppilcal
cations for atu*
/.p r u d e M f f lim
townhouse for rent.
<jio op
opaflm onts in
1,300 sq. ft. 3 .Mortu
ly project for
bdrm..
1.5 both, all
, 1^ . ' ; or couptos,
b
08
1appl8..in c l.2 car
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elderly, elderWttn $750 dep, ■
o'
$100
off dop. wHh
ly.
hhandicapped/
$
•I g n e d le a a e b y
dlsobloi
)lod.
Rent
* J u n e 15".
basedd on Income,
Ct U nda 707.292Cail
j«rome
ne
H eritage
6424 or Kathy
»s.
Appitoa.
208-940.1157
^may be ot>i Irom Jerom e
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Twir
Ing
bdm i..2 bath ooulh of
«~ sin
g Authority,
bdn
Elm
towi
lown. nice fenced
2®0 North
^
t. Twin Falb,
avaU. Ju n e
Svoet.
bBackyard.
ad
7/Of
t/OS. Coll 539-3308.
Idaho or
Oi by canmg
765.
& |ual
tWN FALLS N ewer 3
733-576
ng Opportunlbdrr
xirm ,. 2 both, fenced.
Housing
auto
lu to sprinklers, ap ty.
P<s.,
)<s.. no amoking/pets.
^
$761
E750+ dep. Rets. S43.
f i
S26<
>266 or 260-2189 ^
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EnlEEapaflol
j
rwm
bedt
>edroom.
2
bath
Esiamos
IS a captando
horn
tom e.
$800/month
apllcaclc
clones pa ra
and
im entos
de
mnore
on
iniormation
0
on
un
plea
>leaB0 call Aki* a t
:to d e on139-5756 or J u a n a o t
proyecto
5390
1
soiteros
737’3 7-3914. Oem S lote
««"««
B^ea^ty.______________
eal
pore|as,
,s. proferenda
dora a gerrte
"WIN
IWN FALLS N ewer
, ahcianos,
Jg.
J. :3 bdrm. 2 both.
replace. AC. DW.
InvaUdos
firepi
ren u
(enci
>nced yard, sprinkler
tados. U
>asado e n su
aystt
ystem ,
NE a re a.
-t«ro bas
1200/mo. * $ 10 00
sueldo.
I.
J e ro m e ‘
ecurlty. No pets. S e e
KarttaoB
g e H om ee.
I
2550
Carriage
fT T l??
!
)Ucoclones
se
t/oy. Avail. June 18.
L»» op“c
n obtener
en
or 736-0706
'
h20-0659
,
a
H ousing
WIN
« N FALLS sm an 2
1iy,
200
drm., fresh. S e e you
Auinonty,
Exlrm
stI 240
24 Sy c a m o re S t.
.No"* a®m Street.
■alls. Id aho.o
42SAno. -f $425 d ep.
Twk) Fail
5425
o m
smoklng/peta. Cail
Dame 73:
^33-5765.
‘40
208:2
J8-734-5216.
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ikUKlde
/IN FALLS Unique
Oportunli
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0 0 0 sq. f t hom e. 3
AOmi
).00C
g.. bbdrm s.. 2 batha.
19 heat, lawn care --------------■ovMed.-~Mo~»moK~|
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g/pets. $800^x>.
JEROME
E Over
<
6 0 's
>00 dep. 423-4276
Housing.
1.11 bedroom
appliances,
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and
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wmT iFALLS 2 bdrm ..
a r CSI, a utUUes
Tiished
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im
ist
tim e.
No
s >0/St»w
o rt
loking/ pets. $450 +
mokii
00 dep. 734-0414
100(
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q u IeU
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5. month.
1’ bedroom
unR.
a|appRances.
Oft street
Mt pwWng.
Waier/lawi
iwn c a re In*
c u .$ 4 2 sS momh
S po d o u aB 1 bdm j. 1
H bath, aappla.
;
eleotrie heat.t. $425.
1
Ctoee to
10 CSI 2
««s. A ppia,
carport, aetoct
t
h e al/
AC.storag
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2 b d rm ,a(
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$475. m o
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JERO M E opts. 3 bodbod
Itoorns. 1 H bath.I. AJI
AJ
-oppdancos. $56S5 ♦
•
~.dop. No smoking□ or
o
99.
•pats. L y f 731-«g80.
JE ROME Nico 2 bod-; ---------------------^----------room tow nhousot AllI
oppNarwos. No sm ok- KIMBERLY
j
, Largo
ing/pots. S495. ColL- 'cloon' 1 bedroom opt.,
324-3213 axt. 106
.
S335-S350 m onth *
$250 deposit. W atof
iva you piannng a m M ? JEROME nlco cloon 2
pakl; 6 m onth loose.
bedroom, 1.5 b a th . All
CtBatnedsMlponyouin
Call 200-423-6792.
^ ih
Sw nghl dlrecson to find
the« ’ appliances. AC. S490 _____________________
mo. 2 0 8-324.2744 or .
houw you <Joalr«. TSKKOI
—
20e-420.10,11.________
^
KIMBEI
IBERLY Quiet, privolo
Ol
10 ontronco
duplex.
2 bdrm..
bdnr fenced b ack
wj..
rt
.. room
for sm all
gardon
rdon. 'M ajor oppls.
nitiiod. Waler Incl.
fumit^i
No
75 ♦♦ ^ 0 0 dep. ^ l i
$575
3-6254 or 423-6754
423-62
--------------------------TWIN
Fi
N FALLS
i , 2. 3 bo*oom
TWIN FALL
LLS 2 bdrm
W /6
1 baltf, Osrago
ot
hookup. DW.
DV vaulted
ceilings. No smoWng /
15 mo. + d ep.
po ts. $565
C all 208-73
il TWIN FALLS 4 bdm
Im ii..
2 bam. No smokinc
kino^
S
T W IN FA LLS
G o o d >oo«t>o
b odip om ,; ;'1
552S m o -t-jioi
H A OEnhlA N 2 bdnrf^
h
532S m o. + 5300 dep.
iKind of country. C ^
i
. 837-8135.
• 8 3 7 -6 4 *
o, r 208-888-6510.
TWIN FALLS Sludio
N o pats, 5235 mo +
$ 1W dap. 737-4601
—^
V im t. f a l l s Sludk> i
>*WW FAUJI', L > .»
.« lo o n 1 bdrm., $400
J E 7T5 ^ y i^ s o g f l / e t a - s o o o .
FAU.
2 balti dup
2 bam.
TWm P A U 3 L«. :2 TWIN FALLS Vaw, TI
TMTM FA LLS' SSO'.'sq.
Closa to ntt» nm. AO
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!0B-733-05SS
f.y«> TSI-eSi
For
5700 mo. +-'5700 dd®Pe p • 731-1319: _________ ^■ n m ■ • PALLS
I
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lo w o - o r sale. 1,006
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sq. f t QmatLocaJionl
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;
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C U Q f o g 280-3000.
2 badroom . 11 T . T
’• x p a c t lo bo
-i
tkji Cull. Ania
month + (300
$3t deposll.
garaga. < ^ tr a l AC.
AC,
nw.EoU#A)l9,------------G a»-208-aj
-212-1678-or-----5 4 7 5 ^ d a p o sitT W tN ^ R A ttS ^ ----------------------r ~ * ------------im p r m e d ------------T\
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^Z bdrr
bdm«. $375-5475
208-212-16:
1677.
371 S u n rlso - 4 ^ m . .
$175 dap. 280-1409.
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09.
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TWIN FALLS Nooi ■ building w/gatad
B«w «*y P t o p>ortyMgt
ti
SoiMwial loeatleria.
Mrms. $475-5515
2 bath. ’sv«L
M .
CSI.
Spacious
2
a r t
^
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AC/no
P'
no pots.
734-6600.
bands
'* t» th . sunlit
557S month
i,l“
porklnfl357Bluo
M a rtao a m en t
(S61 o r
basement opt. All utlUU kasB lvd
FALLS
+ dap . 734-1
206-7S4-4339. .
, , , 4.
lies Ind. 5550 ^mo.
L -S m E S S
544-2432 A sk abo u t
'HroloM
DM view ol golf
.
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Calt 208-404-3057.
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AMONEYMAKER^_____ '^THEMAI
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TWIN FALLS
<er 3 bdrm. 2 bath.
utnm es Indudad. Bluo
5. 732-5408
loyiHM. [ ^ S h | ] BMutituI MW Woh
ilty low ffioinloPOts. S39S.
5
WENDELL 2 b d m td u Liakes Blvd. N. C4(
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water,
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t
-dep. Catl 830-9261.
n W ^ : FALLS w a w
:lo9. opon ftoor
2 bath, gart
5550/»no.
+
5800
dep.
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731-6
9,-6822
tatMssM
800 deposit.
protects for sir
singles -------------------------------I. 2 car Qofoao
m o n th + 580
,
2
C
all
536-6343
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212-1678 Of
o r cou ples, proreler- TWIN FALLS Nkw 2
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Colt 208-215
prim e localton. 6.500
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spaco
In n«ar
- 2 both Opt.
677._______
onco given to
sq. ft. H eated. 2 o v e /'
9,000. Call C ath ia
208-212-167
5119,00
head<doors. b a tb m m
s” ‘~
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L S 3 b d r m ;.
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old
TWIN FALLS
All appllancos IndudIm m ibulato. 7 3 ^ 1078
•2900 or 7372 bath opt.
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handlooppod/>/ <*«•
no.
jjj 40 4-6972: •
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or
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dep.
applications
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tw in f a l l s N k »I 3 Microwave, rafrlgarator m
3^-3307.
ihrao a n d four I
bdrm., 2 bath, oppi,
>pl.
Can for pricaa.
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1 8 .3 bedroom aportm ont
. $325 mo. ♦ TWIN FALLS
lom s Kl
VV/D hookup/
AC.
^C.
N o pets. C ^ M o M
SMutrtut iww buUdIno m Ib u t y r ^ ^ 40 ae. Main SlLtro* j w « i ; » n E q
S100D a,
dop. Cali 20S- ^ m .
)pl8.. W/D
family projoct.i . i Rent
oarage, water, oow
Wor
208-739-M Z
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1x123101 r
\
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gorago
ond utltlUes bt
hook-ups.
based
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kpplical«M9. W 50 + 5500
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work. 208-420-4844.
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ds: 3 days prior to publicatlon. noon on Wednesc
tesd ay for Sunday, noon on
Thursday for Mortday.
i
»y. noon
on Friday for Tuesd ay and W ednesday.
lay. noon o n M onday for
Thursday artd noonI oonn Tuesdoy lor Friday and
deadlines rrtay vary. If you
h ave any questions1 can
o
Ruby, legal d a rk , at
20«.735<1324.
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K ICCP & CPR
Certlflod. Fun actlvl.? and meats inckf.
ties
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CHILDCARE Young
mother wisltes to
watdi infant* or chitdren In her own homo.
Call 206-736-6854.
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xt Now taking appltoa- Nigh
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600
is hiring experienced
lorome, with a o m e
fra m e r* a n d lalMr>
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exp
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V- Beneflta
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mer
9052 evenings or daytim e 73f-9230..
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M dsdl Wood R iv er .
com pany saaU ng La­
Hitsl
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fonn sottera, & finish- Dsnb Csre In H allay
b o re r* « FIrUshers.•• ers, lo sta rt immedi- is ioc
looking for a PT /FT
731-6172/2a0-1064.^
ately. Win pay, top Hygk
rclenlst. Enjoy
a
w ages. Apply In perCONSTRUCTION
ist staff & th I la te s t
son
658 E astland
C o n stru c tio n
:linoIogy. _ » 4 0 /h r
Dr. S . Twin FaBs.
se psy.
Sign^on
M ust have experiencee «COOK
0 ^inus progrom, haaR h
. wHh on facets of>»
E xperienced cooka. >
lursncs
&
pa k l
construction.
Sendd
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eitksns. For m o re
resu m e to B ox 96M4
9. .can Stephanie a t A ^
c/oT haT 1m aa-N ew s‘
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6-788-4900_________
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COUNSELOR
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Tw in Fans, ID 63303 <
- Sitman inc., a llcensad
CONSTRUCTION
..d n jg -a n d ~ - * lc o h o l
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--------Coolwater Constniclton1 treatnw nt facDRy, Is
k w k l^ for qualified
Eu
Fram ers needed.
Dnjg S Alcohol c ounD
. F orem an & laborers.
Can Brandon ot
selo ts In TVrin Fails &
^
RiviH ----------------Jerom e. CAOC or
539-3419.
- wortilng tow ard CAOC
j n g K aulD rhrar
CONSTRUCTION
a m ust. B.S. a plus.
ClissA
C D L with
D rtva ra
Exc. pay. b enefits &
Cli
doublss
& trlplaa.
do
C lass A COL requiredi working envlronm anL
endorsem
ents
n
wRh tanker endorse­ P le a sa e-mail resu m e
FranUIn
BuUding
m ent. dump truck &I to
i rstumM9sitmsn.com
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or fax to 732-6116 or
I
pup.
m
call 732-6112.
mtS te S « e n « r &
L a iw ra ra
M ust b « 18 yrs oMf. DAIRY
n
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^
position a n d
g W. Main.
615
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No
Phone
Colls
B enefits & rstlrarn'ent
exp. wtth equipm ent.
plsase
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206-825-6025
B allavue, Idaho,____ DRTvi
w ifi
20S-786-22g4._____ DENTAL
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• ' D ental H yg le n lst for Fun-lln
•lime driver. 3 0 -4 0
CONSTRUCTION_______ established
t
practloe.
houn
urs a week SS.SO
Growlrtg
company
IPart-time now. fullnr. Able
Al to i n 5 0 ibe.
n e e d s co n crate Iln* time
t
In th e Fait. Com repsi
>utedly.
C le a n
I sh a ra a n d la bora ra.__ petllive
t
salary a n d
drtvln<
ving record, drug
Beneflta. pay DOE.___tbeneftta.
s a ssn
s s & b a c l^ ro u n d
C all 536-2156___________
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C a tl2 0 6 .7 3 » q 0 7 4
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Kk. Csll 538-8979.
Edwards Bros.J;,,
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LOST Yenow Lab, 1 H
h as an excellent
FOUND Orlffln. male,
le.
y ears old. In Hager*
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no collar, wire whtta
reputation
Ite
man
Valley
n e ar
C
hair w/bfown ears. a& Budceye R an ch . Re- ^
am ong drivers artd
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III.
ward is offered. Call
CLERICAL
Found . In Ihe vicinity
Ity 539-9033 o r 637-6170
cat lookturnover rale iee is
Norco Modtca.
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friendly,
a t tho Twin Falls Ani­ LOST Sett buckle. 5 " —
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7 0 S less than tha
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effk:ient, dblaU
4.
Distrfct High School f—
mal Shetler. Call 734a e.
irson for •
industry average.
oriented porsAOKINISTRATIVe
Rodeo, *A0 Around
AC
8879, or 280-0213.
fuil-Umo Off
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locaI«« In the Twin
m«SM0e.
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t
m ala pup. 8-8 n>o.
a
Edwards Bros,
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536-5826.____________
Fi
Falls R iE Center ts
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old. on Heybum Ave.
imunicatosoR
s
drivers,
needed to perform
L ..
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--------------------tor. self-motl'
CoJI 735-5962
otlvated.
And why do w a havi
---------------_
6 years old. Approx.
“a wkJe vartsty ol
I
ar>d have
' Qood
so few vacant
secretarial
lupport
r '
90 lbs. H as o gray
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sking
organizational
■ol
A
trucks?
Good
*
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FOUND Rabbit. wMle.
a.
chin a nd a burgundy
^luncttons.
skins.
slio
n
s
*
opm
puler
knowledge
of office
Q u eslio
on Carriage Lana.
collar. HIS n a m e is
^
functkins
Conduc
Call 735-4060 to dalm
“ the
T he Answer:
fn
’B a x te r. S to n e ^ ro o k
^support
- a( K S " person.
Induding
word
opinion
nt
•'B etter treatment
— Subd. by H om e De. ond
the toll
1,
pot. 208-733-1070.
^•processing
0 great
««>d support
FOUND Turtle, large
composing a variety
A beol
player.
✓Better pay and
dinner plato size, LOST C hihuahua X.
SALE81II
FuNoompensS
isotkan
t
Benefits
m aybe
a
Yenow
'S.nS’Tj.oJjSS'
monls
Is required.
sirtetiwrn
"
brown on le g s, &.
*0
ly research.
benefits
poi
E ared SUdor. Call lo
ssckoge
v 3 e ite r homo lima
f
e y e s.,m a le . -Henry’.
Tv
"®
0 S9.00/hour
in d u d e s
me
identify 208-734-7582
pollcv
on H i^ . 93, 3 miles
o*
suai worit
dental, vision,
desired but not
Casual
~
from Main SL Je ro m e
dfl
fhiiring:
• ^ t t e r mileage
Ironmont.
profR
sh;
required.
environ
5 3 8^ 804 or 324-0099,•
jenellts,
production
Die
evening,
401k,
flex
ber
F o rco m p iite
Flexible!
____ rp. _
✓Better equipment
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oducdtlon____
- d e s c rip tio n • to ----------d a y jmmdd-wkna-hrs.^___
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er. lost 6 mUes south
a»pply onlins visit
i5 < W iKMirsiWiMik'
ho u
an d vocation‘ P“yp.
PeO P L E FOR PETS
of Kimberfy. Family
environment
www.hr.uIdsho.edu
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dog!
RowardI
.4 2 0 Victory Ave.
n at
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b itn v o s .
lob or soe
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cali
423-S45S.
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a business partner
ler
P O Box 1163
Cali 736-3603
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Ills to
S In 3
73 6 -2 2 9 9
ILOST Shlh-Tzu. aduR,
, for m ore Infa
F o r moro
If you ore looking lor
female, tan & while,
POF$l0^t/t»
C a ll 208-7
Tvrin Falls, Idaho
no collar, trimmed
S2t.444.aayr.
shoH. Ran aw ay dur­
CALL TODAY
AA/EEO.
screen in g te:
F ound:
ing the lightning sto nn 1 ^ —
1
I I 800-636-4736 or^
1. Border Collie Lab
S. of Burley. P lea se
^
X. curly hair on
Cttli 208-677-1199.
____
back.
d
N ear Fred Meyer.
C
ADMINSTRATIVE
2. Chow X male. In
|
M HOKk C l,I I
Costleford caught
m t n , I i s mw m c
in snalr.
Seeking c o n tact
3. Yellow Lab Wirewith the g e n tle ­
man who a ssiste d
hair X neutertd
m e when I fell a t
m ale.
3
legs.
the Poleilne Rood
H I L E X"
Salm on Dam.
Twin Stop
HILEX POLY CO.. LU
-LC
. 4, Border Collie X.
Chevron on D ec.
n
fe m a le .
pup.
1 3,2003
berSalmon 0am .
tw een 6:30-7pm .
m
M m
HR/Payroll
You were beh in d
.
8. Collie X, black &
me a s we en te re d
A
white, young adult,
IM U y M tfM N ift
the front d o o rs
■
U n d e r t h e g e n e r a l d irection (
T eal collar.
and helped m e u p
1
M U iriiftatittP tr
,tlo n s M a n a g e r , th is posllli
n ol th e O p e ra ^
Addison.
after I fell. I would
ilUon
t Is re s p o n 8. Shepherd Akita X,
te W jM E ttd e U L J
Islb le fo r' t h e m a n ag e m en
sp p red a te yo u
ent o l p a y ro ll.
b e p e f lts . r e c o n c ilin g Invoice
whitish, male.
calling m e a t 20 8 Ices
p la n s , a n d r e c o r d keeping for b e n e f it
2400 N.
410-0859 or
ng
fo r all e m p k ) y e e d a ta .
308-2448.
7. Australian Shep­
herd X male, gray
R e s p o n s ib le F o r
murrel
patches.
■
■ a a r
«
leather collar with
§
•A rra n g e a p p o in tm e n ts for ph
spikes. Cattleford.
B
•W ork w ith te m p a g e n c ie s physicals.
tc
S. Pit female, white
I
BANKING
A LCOHOUCS
^
: to recruit n o w
h ir e s a n d I n te r v ie w prospe
with tjrown over
ANONYMOUS
M
p ecthre h o u rly
e m p lo y e e a .
eye.
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/ * V
208-733-8300 &
■M o v i n g . . .
• N e w e m p lo y e e o rie n ta tio n
0. Shelly near Airport
206-721-0S65*
•C o n c e p tu a liz e , d e v e lo p , I a
10. Bonder Coltle X.
la l L o o n O ffic e r
hhourly e n d s a la r ie d empio'a n d e x e c u te
Comm.rcl-1
Ig. Fem ale, freckies
S ta f f e d ...
>loyee train in g
pf r o g ra m s a s a s s ig n e d .
BIRTHDAY
on n o se . 3745 N.
•M
1 1 .2 Box Pit X pups
R r s t B a n k o f Id ah
Ihco . a c o m m u n ity b a n k
*5 a in ta in a c c u r a t e r e c o rd s o
PHOTOS
on Carney St.
se rv in g th a m o uun
n tta in r e s o r t com m unf*
"te rm in a tio n s, p ro m o tio n s , 1anof ne w h ir e s ,
Have you forgotten
•M a inta in n e c e s s a i y persoand
n tr a n s fe rs ,
12. Heeler, adult, n d
tie s of S u n VoHoy.
By, Id a h o a n d J a c k s o n ,
rec o rd s
ai
■ WyofTifno, currom
n tltt y - h a s - a n - e x c e J l e f r t - ■on
- « a c th r e a n d te rm ln a te d onnel
------------• sp e ew ed ---------maJ*. “ __. lo pickup your. - _____
birthday ph o to s?
e n s u r e . f e d e ra l a n d s ta tea n p l o y e e s - t o --------a c o m m e r d e l k u tn
3200 N.
We have so m e
s
g o v e rn m e n t
c
o
m
p
lia
n
c
e
.
o
f
f
b
w
to
join
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ti
tr
te
a
m
a
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o
u
r
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etch
u
m
o
A dop tio n ;
photos w e ora
•A
loc ation.
ssist
e m p k iy e e s
with
1. Lab yeDow X pup
sure you d o n t
1th
b e n e f its
pP r o g ra m s .
2. Conia X tiny pup
want u s to loaa.
•’PP r o c e s s w e e k ly p a y ro ll by
T h e Ideal C andida
I d a ta will p o s s e s s a
« .P ilL a b X p u p
T hese c a n b e
by c alc u latin g
ccilock h o u r s , o v e rtim e hours
^
b a n k in g -re la te d d e g r e e , a m inim um o f
4.
Sehipperke
p k :l(ed u p at
tion h o u r s . I n p u t payrollirs,i a n d v a c a Y
tw o y e a r s ex p eriei
r ie n c e o rig in a tin g a n d
.tn
spa yed female, 8
I d a ta . P rin t,
TheT1mes-New»
proof,
a n d d is trib u te payroll.
j
se rv ic in g c o m m le
ertr d a l lo a n p o rtfolios,
P
yearaokl.
Clastifled Dept.
ex c e p tio n a l
c»omr m u n l c a tio n
•C o m p ile a n d s u b m i t va rio u s i
and
*C
5. Lab O ennan Short
IS repo rts.
relatlonshlp-bulldlni
U
ng
sk
ills,
positive
Haired X pup.
e n e r g y a n d a h ig)h
h (^ r e e o f Initiative.
Rae q u ir e m e n ts I n d u d e :
R
6 . Doberman, young
■
S h o p p in g ...
• S tro n g p e o p le sM Ila w ith abll
adull. male.
H
iblUty to follow
I
F irs t B a n k of Id a h10
o Ii s th e a r e a s p rem ier
th ro u g h o n a s s ig n m e n ts wfl^
7 . (1) PR X pup male.
I ■
■
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rfih little o r n o
finan
c
ia
l
Institution
sn
o
ffe
rin
g
com
p
etltrv
e
sstu p e w ls lo n
H. Standard Poodle S
w a g e s a n d b e n eflta
flta. If youV a re a d y fo r
-sitro n g s a f e ty o o m m ltm e n t. s(
-S
X. adutt. black.
PR
mONANCY C R » »
a ch alle n g in g posli
ssltio n w o rk in g for a n
-m
sa fety re c o rd
•M ust b e em e ff e c tiv e com tnun
C o v e r e d . . .•
male.
Frs
Free Tests. Alw ays
. e x c e p tio n a l org antnlzatk>n
la
in a B eautiful
,-M
|^ ust h a v e s tr o n g organizaUoi
lunlcator
Confidential.
734-7472
0 . Chihuahua Jack
Co
' c om m unity
p leto
a ss e
fo rw a rd
your
ikinai a n d a d 'm ln lstra tiv e sicills
Russal X. 3 yr. old
■
rdsu m A a n d s a la rly
y hi is to ry to :
.2
•2 y e a r d e g r e e p r e f e r r e d
neutered male.
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10 Oriffon, young,
H
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B
W o rd ,
E xcel, a n d A c c e s s p referrediToeon
.
adull, male.
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females,
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young adu>s.
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7om -3pm .
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seeking a part-tim e
P 2:00-6:30 pm
PT
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I
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applications
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e Twin Fads Public
m. RoxIWo
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must
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minded, n e at in
annual e v en ts a nd
idlviduai wNh excel:o n tlv o s paliontoKIco,'I I S ', ?
M usi b» com puL r lit, ■ m e n t C o o rd in a to r
Loavo narrto & numbor
* in th o a re a s ol Paprograms.
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int
communication
.
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lent
lorWy o u will s a fe ly
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resu m e to Box
a le . hovo knowlod
for conRdontiar
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d a les m ust p c e a e s s
con
omputor. peopio. and
trol o n d Ootontlon.
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pportunilyiil
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m a n a g e offend
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excenent organizacor
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1080 call
PO Box 64<
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pro v id e
ttonal artd com puter
Tol
raking appHcoUons in
HEALTHCARE
' eiv e d by Juno 17.
rec
735-6801.
T w in Falla. 1 0 1
skins, Mork well with
person
pe
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new
apapor
desi
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o' n d lo stln g will tako
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lonnlng & manftfling .
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the pubUc a n d h a v e
6-3.
6< at 668 W. Main,
program
hoipful.
Mi
Rull-limo. Twin Falls
'p lace o n Ju ly 6. Startc aatlo
MEDICAL
ubrai
jrory programs and
a p p lle
tl n a a t
ver 0
change,
p artici­
on Interest In the
Je r^ o .
p 83303
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p a t e Tn tr e a tm e n t
arts.
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secn phone coils.
Ing
w a g e is S13.00
sorvi
Dn'icos for adults.
O la
NO
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reliable, local no*
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------fits, vocailon, 401 k.
conp ro g rd h w .
YouVeworkot
p| o r hour, with fud
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so u r c e s and cover
degree
preferred.
r e»TAURANT
S'
3rien.
a n d f o s te r dignity
u rf P laz a
th e rest now <
ogroo plus addillonai
in th e TTm
insuror>co.
holiday
ben efit pack ag e. Mini«J«0^
h o st ol boats,
Send loner o l interr
m ia n d r e s p e c t to
tudy
In
library
762 Faalia
lla A ve. W.
lor the bosi kod lor
pay. C losed Sunday.
[ um
Coshier
needed,
m
roqulremonts:
F or m ore details, ®co
o st and c u n e n t rot
n c o or experience
T wrln
in FI alla.
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s u c c e s s f u lly
bUlnguai
a plus.
•208-300-4291 ask for
| y e a rs ol age. high
w w o^
ta c t Gerry 0 3'ri«call
21
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library work. For—'
Twin Foils. «stl
W ly In person from
r e tu m t h e s e IndlEditor, a l aditorOn
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P O Bo x 1168
sm plole doschplion
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1:00-2:30
pm at
,
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SUPERVISOR
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of
o r o n lln a a t
at 866-2378
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train a health 1
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curro
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SHIFT SUPERVISOR
ployC a r e e r s In Cor. i s s r . " 0 lor
s an
on Ihe night shli
- tificoifelt'by
tho Idaho
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no
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shin
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c o n ta c t
andtor
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bonR o b e r ta H e rtz ®
under the g en e ral dlrectlori
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package.
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tatlng shift to e n su re theof a 12-hour ro­
jrp o se s. Apply ol
lu r r M A M ir
5o§!'
A A /E E O /V ets.
ino lor nn Admlnli*
SO
hiring process,
^ 0^
te
n iiiiM
patltivo w ages. Appl
d e n t utilization of manpov safe and effi*
SerP re fI
tratlvo A aaliU nt
^
which
wilt include but
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machinery
ca tio n s win b e accep
and m aterials to produce
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Is
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porty monagomonl
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63301.EOE.M ff^/D/y
to ra
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and
oxporlonco.
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F oedlol is
experience Is Som e P r o d u c tio n o p e ra to r
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Thoro
wUI b e a 515
helpful. Will bocolvaUe
•O versees th e safety perfo
^
experience In nursing,
n e e d e d for a fast
ond
Biaino
prolorrod.
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Ing vrith cnonts,Is also
(00
(c a s h only) lo
^ lis
9
lorm ance ol the
shift
y*®
m a n a g e m e n t superp a c e d load operation
wnly. Must hove
Apply Online al
Tl
yor. Drug
componlos
out
vlak3n. c a se Investiga­
covor
th o co st of Iho
w workL oader oxporlonco
-E nsures product quality
perlen ce
wilh
www.glwOWuU.eOffl.
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tion.
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. wrllton
tastin g . Appligoner
s, insurpreforred. SlO /hourt
narnl
plumbing.
scroon la
la rrequired
including S O P . testing y i for the shift,
AA/EOE/Drug Freo
c(
IN .
208-334-3110 ext 21
rior 10
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los. an d
olart. P lea se (Ui out
m ethods, and
cwatto n s o ro availotiie.
oloctri
e trical,
HVAC,
use
of
p
ro
ce
ss
Improveme
Workplace.
ovm ont
Coll for an api
before 6/24A)$ lor
islonals.
applk»tk]n et
)und. vrall oroo and
om ployn
nent tools,
A p plicalions'a re availgroun
, -O rders appropriate supplle
m enl 735-5002.
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detalla.________
f [X3E. 1009 F ro n ta g e R d N.
inllng. Hove o pas- -------------------lies.
oblo a l Twin Falls
P®'""'
’ -Conducts appropriate Ini
INSTALLERSAj
appointW endell, Idaho.
in for
Iho product,
bm bm b m
C
ounty
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Re'
Interaction
with
vendors a n d a n y ne cessa
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4 " Ftoor
rioncod aatellila In- nso u rce s,
roconciilation activities. sary month end
426
a tallara.
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h a variety of
I
•Audits shift production rej
SECRETARIALtary
sum o lo;
*S h o ah o n o .
J g S jii
Stroot
peopli
Dpio. Experlonco in
I
control ch arts a n d data. reports, review's
D an'a A udio & Video
srtm enl .
mointo■
,
North o r o n our webaportn
■Trains shift em ptoyees In
um ,
ifO m S f
« o a plus. FT
lo n k w o o)d
d H om os o Berkshire Hathowt
421 E. Main
arte -ot
www.twinnonco
In tfie a re a s of
Legal S ecretar
safety, quality, technical
sn'y Is looking for lop aakis peopli
laso fax rosuitio lo I Com pony
B urley. 10 83316 or - M lscounly.ofO.
» l knowledge,
iroubleshootliig skills, etc.
iplnning
your w hee ls In *doad en<
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my policies, and
■
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n d financing o f quality ladory bui
continually s e e k s to Improv
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exp. Olsh
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I h o m es,I, & w e wont 10 odd toom mamboi
ove morale.
N etw ork Inatallera lo _ _
•Leads tea m s a n d product
tion,
y w h o will r e p o r t direc tly
ing s e a s o n ar>d now lou
I for tho1 upcom
up
ictM ty'lmprovecovor Magic VaKoy & I RESTAURANT
ment
initlattves
for
the
3m e y. T h e (d ea l c a n d ^
c u r Twin Folia s a le s cantor. SS'ilJ
N(
I tk3n a t: ou
T h e City of Ketc
surrounding
oieas.
p
leir departnwnt:
scrap
reduction,
output
:U te _ J c e n s e _ l needed._____
I roal e state
Mud) havo all lools &
"
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______
improvements, _
—
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reducMorl.'etc.
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o salsting customof
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truck. Wlll Irain Iho
NO
to th e Clly Atlom
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I wtih ho>me
m e buying de d sto n a and possett
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sre1ta ry p la r\s , o r g a n iz e s ,
Are y<
isrs
variety of routine
)
appropriate
datab a ses o r sp readsheet:
•C lo so Tho Sale-1
s th e o ffice fu n c tio n s of
OSStratlve, tschnica]
Mana]
la g e m e n t
Ex™um.i
report findings, an d m akests1 to track and
JOURNAUSM.
sn t commissk>ns, benefits & trainartm enL
T h e qualified
T h e L^gal Secre
a recommendaill-tlme, w eekends. Apply k>cally ai
tlons.
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3uld
Materl
a n d administers
« b e * p ro fe ssk )n al,
21360 Hwy 30
p
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s
s
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s
s
th
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ab
ility
to
>h‘
th e Legal Departr
TWin Falla. Id a h o
h th a p u b lic , e le c te d
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candW ate shouli
ix r e a u m e
208-733-7771.
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co urteous and tmp<e n t h e a d s a n d o th e r
HB B oys, LC ., your local
I
II Burner
Kins
I
ablUty to follow
through on a ssig n m en ts wi
■ Th® Wood River
w ork well wrtth
fran ch isee, Is looking for
or exceptlonai
with little o r no
Journal.
Idaho's
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officials, departm
igem ent team.
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popof. h a s on oponc an ao em o n t opportunities
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fo r a t l e a s t tw o y e a r s
m
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Ing for a (un-ilma
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have the ability to coachnmimlcaior and
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lo l
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M ountain U fa EdIr anagera In Magic Valley,
[1 and moth/ate
em ployees Into taking ov
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to r. T he Editor will
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ownsrship and
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covor aporia, racra□
invlronment
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a te
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c^ a re e r for you. with oppoi
portunHles for
aiion a n d youth and
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mlzatlonal and
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growttil
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nowi,
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sh ip Is seeking a n Agrlcultura
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dealershli
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catad nowgroom of
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foi
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ling n ^ p a 5 00-700 a nndy
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p e r» ubscriplkjns
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208-733-6581.
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oxporl
k>no lorm coroor In1 .volkf drivers license,
porionco
nocosJerom e, ID
$65 every 4 weeki
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professional
solos,
iry. Must bo 18
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324-1100 te»
FRANCHISE
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able
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yooro
409
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oro o r okJor. volkJ
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concept.
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po alllon .
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ovallol
oiloble. Coll 733.
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transcripllon. Worohoi
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curronlly lookingJ for
foi
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RT. 832
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'5 Shoshone N. *3. ■ 100-5001V(C
20580 or caD tho
I
Monroe
profits.
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lEHOUSE
RT. 872
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20 houroAvook.
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MOTOR R T . 669
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Ihowso/Forklift
100-.400
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Amy
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Picabo/.Carey a re a«
RESTAURANT
1-800-876-7060
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' Avo
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■odiotely.
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736-3347
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^
every 4 w ee k s.
0
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least
lour
Nonh
Floicibla Iwura,
SALES
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Q O A T 8 W eaned, baby
Brockon Sl.
T U V I E S NJE 'W S I MOTOR " T , 600
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le
should:
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historysry.. Apply In por- Nonh
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m ole floau. 12 to
4 2 8 2 - Ava. E. ___
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ROUTES
400
50 expanding In area.
strong organlznlionol
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SALES
person
desirlna to
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shono Sl. N. 03.
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3LE
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skills
d
develop
a coroor a s o t— n
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Is
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voted profossionals. HOLSTEIN
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or
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looking for FT Salaa
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(4)
ossistant.
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routos to incro
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skills
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9724 inieM ew today.
,
with
top production
300-700 M onlona St.
business
onlillos
woldln
covering
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ildingorcolloflo
Iry.
•H avo o mechanical
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ond
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couroc
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08.
aptitude.
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FRANCHISE
i
RT. 813
S 43-6674 ask for Bill.
Prior
legal exportm
Musi bo soll-mollvat'
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toso Sl. N.
100-600 Heyburr
o„nce proferrod bul not
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n T .8 0 4
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nice 4-H &
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3 0 0 -4 M
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workini
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500-800 6" Avo. E.
rklng an d 0 loom
otk>n. Financing avail.
iFFA project lambs.
O rando
Compulor oxp holpful.
ptayg
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ol
grand
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R o o rs
loyor. FulMlmo
,
500-600
9”
Avo.
E.
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1-800-286-8671
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400-700
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colla •ploaaa. EOE/
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wage
foge & wofking
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tion poekoge.
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b u a ln a ss i Backed by »3661 o r 208-636-2071
onvironmont.
1000-1280I Wondoll
hinglon
1000-1300
Novoda
600-900 Washlm
a compony wllh more
=r
•O vor 200 hrs of first ‘SOCIAL WORK
Apply 01
Siroel
Street
Siroel
than o century of
U consod S o cial
ch arm
ye ar training .
SALES
im iao T ralla rs
RT. 888
100-600 I I * Ave. E.
W
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or
related
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,
quolily and senrico.
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North Pointo
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field Psycho Soclol
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8S4
Twin Fails
Subdivision /
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R
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20-40
Independent
Avon
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SI.
RT.
506
500-700
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L—
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92 Customer
a unique eppoftunlty.
hrsMook. Worklno
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M.
80k)8 roprosontotlvo.
100-600 14*' Avo. W.
400-500
Altair
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RT. 890
Registered 2
------------with children 3-10
Coll 208-731-7265 or CATTLE
V
1400-2000 M ain SI.1.
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yoa r okl Angus hotlor
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lE R /
1000-1250 I
years old. Fo* rosum o WELPER
o-moli kirUtBtKtOaol.com
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200-600 O rchard
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helfor calf. Coll
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lence only, yoor
400-600 Por)<
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RT. 608
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vonioio to doiivor
1 work. W age
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(S lndu8irlalboit.com. SU
700-1000 Main St.
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ftvo routes. Make
bonoflls.
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^
cuslomor locuaod
00
1000-1200 M ontano
L an d sca p e Malnta*
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annuol Income your
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4 FO O T SHOEING, ________
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Cloorwalor
Londscop- rW E L.D
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your
own
bossl
~ ccepting new dients.
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RT.
609
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paid
what
your
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in(
at loosl iS yoorcolI
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with moinio- I nCUSTll
100-500 Colifom la SI
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worth. Wo train. Coll
' trim mlniotures &
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m s ts m
ago. drug iioo wlihI
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oxporionco lor |
te ac h .h o rses to pick
100-600
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minute
m
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oroas.
ring ASAP j
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u p f e e t Schedule now
. ♦Incenllvo Pay Plan
1-600-809-2939.
10 4 wook
RT. 669
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soloriod posilion. Indl- I * (6)I P
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Hoollh/
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of londscopo
: s i 4 -S21/
121/hour DOE
^RA B Slallton. 8 yeara
100-600 W. Avo. O
molnlonanco
proc- '
vision; 4 0 lk . Paid
mt
:ontact
Full
Timo
old, E cho Magnlflso
lices;
poaiM ood
1
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lic<
SALES
‘let Mgr.
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wo
is of Trovol.
D litrle
so n .
Swoopstokos
•
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control.
irrigalion. .
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coi
^47
. o nrnings b a s od
e d .on
RT, 629
PROFESSIONALS
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nom inaled, has been
scheduling,
budgot ! 'o o ooya
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I
c urrent customi
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100-600W
.
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count,
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100-500
W.
Avo.
I
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)ly ir
in person
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troo & ] Apply
INVESTMENT
^ 208-423-4663.
Ofuo F«»e Wsriipiaeo
™
P le a a a c o n tac
act
QUARANTEED
ahmb coro. ciioni aor670I Blu
Blue Lakos
I
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y q35-5999
c
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208*735*3347
CASH for D eeds of
^slant irolier. S2.600.
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Shoahono Town
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mo
ment
& ouporvlslon.
S a d d le s « lock. CoD
over a fool
Routo
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^
a plus. Ex- '
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benefits. Plooso call 2 1 4
LOT ATTENDANT
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h
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OUTES
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Li„
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S375 fo S400 every
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hsiorso,
enctosed
y
no-obligotion quoto.
su p o fb now
,or
lo y m e n t
a v a i l aVBLE
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4 weeks.
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tack room In
(208)733*3821.
fr
m o d o llin o u p l
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bellevu ea
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i
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Miss T oon Rodeo.
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;
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Jokwood Homos is
se llin g Iho
Idaho. Exc. cond.
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KETCHUi
L ..ts
orea s and a re
Dopaflmoni for
kxiklng lor a full-limo WANTED
sh a rp e s t u sed
$5,250. Con Keith
inierested In being
Service T ech. Must your cookli
o k ln Q S c f e a n c .H u ^ ^ T n .
c a r s in tow n.
733-3033 EOE
eor T ad 208-731hove
oxporionco. Ing.
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crow or
6172/ 280-1064
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tion Excolleni bene- 208-308-7SI
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tion.
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brawn 8
3uid llko
yoi
a 5 - d a y w o rk
iiis.
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slohing
pay
SALES
K athy. D istric t
/o a r old, 18 hands,
to b o a c aan
n io r
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217
w e e k , w ith
. S14/hrD
$14
Mgr. 73S-a348
American Classiliods IsJ
well broke and gentio,
>ntact
looking lor an oxporlre a so n a b le
4pply
App in por porson ol
E m o>l ol o y n » n t
K1,600.
208-731-0103
21360
HWY
30.
oncod S a le i R tp„ lorr
-let Mgr.
h o u r s . 4 0 1 K.
■
ino Twin Foils & Sun'
T* » in F .llJ o ic « l
O p p Oa r t u n H i w i
148
m e d ic a l p la n .
735-3341
i t 'r * T a y t b T d i ^ i l s o—
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3 yf. o k l,|.
,
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dl
Volley Aroa. Must bo' '
. v a c a tio n .
____ 733-7755
in elastlllod, 733-0931
dk>a s a k :
block/bay. I
oulgoing ond anergotloads.lrlm s, loads'& I
:ER
POSTAL
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TECHNICIANS
' 11
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Bulkang In Bulky
V
genuo. 51,000. R lly l
iMINATtON
cor. Sond rsjumo 10
S ervice lechnicion.
2 yr. old classic I
4/-e.800SFwlUblafor
b(i
Automobile
:iark/CarTiar
Amorican Classiliods
For Heybum &
Clart
btockAMiy
, trims &l
397 Blue Lakes N,
ConwMrcWorL^hl
>
Oi
Saleaporson
je
Jorome hoovy duty
OPEN FOI
Twin Falls, 10 83301
HtonufKluring.OrMt
«kMds. S1.000. Stu d ]
SIGN
w h o w o u ld en jo y
<tmck shops. 2
c o lt. 1 yr. oU red i
yoora oxporionco
J u n o 6 .2
. 20(
locatkn«136E.Rairo«l.
^dun, nice. $900. Fll*l
0 0 5 through
^
w o rk in g in a
;
SALES
roqulrod and good
June> 110
Prle* 1183.000
0 .2 0 0 5 .
m I C B
g r o a t a lm o I
Full-llme
Salea/’
ty. 2 yr. old classic I
ONl
ONLY.
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I
M erkeling peraort lor II s p h e r e a p p ly In
^driving rocord.
buckskin, loll, toads]
WoodOvtr
Salary DOE. full
Persons Ir
k)cal homo builder I
trim s. 51,500. A L lI
Rntturant/LounO*
L AQHA.
_
nooded immodlololy I
d g o lo Ihoir
734-8042 |
Musi be organizM
o st Offlco for
Appro.lmd.ly8WSF
h OR
a nd work wall wilh
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r rogordlng
infomiotion
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n . sSlgnrups— _
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letai,
homemade.
or Loa ot
Qpiy
knbwlodgo holpful biil I
—
above dotes.
■<
Custom Exhmat
c oInglo—axle.—oaddia----------n
not roquired. Sond I
62 E. Fro n tag e R d
Appllcat
llcattons by
I
^
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partm
ent.
Good
AtttomotlnSlm>
con
rosume lo
I
o n g $750. 934-5040
T elophono.
>no / Intomot.
Im S E S i
POBOXS1B2
I
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HOR
)R S E 8 OH gakfing,
Twin Fella. ID 83303 B
MaeicVa«yioctS«i.
31 r»g., blue roan
lare, black mare, boy
Q r e r s s
SALES
ly. All broke & gentle
W A C Cofflpw y
S60
B00-S800,
Coa 308W«lMttbRthMlv«IUU
_
f
l5
i
1/0 a ro s e e k in g r e s p o n s ib le , selfieir-m otlvod
tS 8 or 734-6077.
Largest aulomotive grc
g r o u p In th is a r o a Is
Vn®
cil
cutiomrbaM. PriMol
PAIN
n d iv id u ais for e m p lo y m e n t In T
Tw
w in F a lls.
\ U |j i j |l ^ ^
looking lorlhroo IndivI
id iv id u als to b e c o m e
JMT 2 year oW,
S1.a*inclu<lMra*lsil*te
|pu<|
r
u
c
k
L
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a
d
in
g
W
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a
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o
u
t
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P
a
r
a
ud
color,
starterf.
Brand S pselai
e la lls ts .
l '^
IdaJu-iUaJimBuitntii
a rt-tim e (w ork w o u ld b e3 M on-Fri
ISO/offer. 9 yr. old
We aro looking lor th<
th e m a le o r le m a lo
Broktragi^thcnty
3v onlngs.)
thal Is (nterostod In m a k in g a b o v e
„ “
kao
exp.
rider
5800!
la r c h a n d l a o r Fu ll-tim e
(this
avorago Inixmo and
nd w o rk in g environ*
14-5774 Iv. msg
e q u ire w o rk in g w e e k e n d s am
moni,
lolldays).
INT 7 yr okl gakling
•Good opportunity for
lor a d v a n c e m e n t.
If y o u fo el y o u w o u ld like to
oke lo rkle and
10 jloin Iho
The Time;
ic s -N e w s h a s a lw a y s cded ic a te d its e l f to
•Five day work waek.
*•
■ PO
tck. S1200/olfar. 2
’ops! te a m p l e a s e s o n d o r e n
•Starting pay Is $13.50
1.50 p e r h o u r .
reg^
5 o u r d e liv e ry s e r v ic c fo r o u r c u sto m ers. I f y o u
old c h a a tn u t g e ld - .
enhnncingc
e s u m e to th o a d d r e s s n o te dJ°5
b<o lo v v 'o r
g. $500. 481-0206.
Irop b y o u r o ffice In Tw in F a lls
t< fill out
Is to
ore very oo rrg a n iz e d , s e lf m o tiv a te:d
d ,. and en jo y w o r k in g
Cortllnual training provi
-o v ld ed t o k e e p y o u
ain
n ea p p licatio n .
u n su p e rv isi
is e d . th e n w e h a v e th
th<e p e rfe c t b u s in e s s
HILLTOP
ADVE
up-to-data In Ihe trans;:
in s p o r ta tio n field.
P e p a l C o la T w in F a lla
EW 77S7II
*
■o p p o n u n ity
ty f o r y o u . W e in v ite indi
fidividuals w h o r e f le c t
Must have a good drtvir
I v ln g r e c o r d a n d b e
SCHOOL
H um an R a ao u rc aa
L
ablo lo bo bonded. Dn
D m g F r e e e n v iro n |P O B o x P 6 35 E a a tla n d D>R.
o u r . c o m mniitm e n t to c u s to m e r serv
:rv ic e and c irc u la tio n
R. 8 .
131 Q R A N D \n m
monl. Heallh Insuranc*
in c o a n d re tire m e n t
E
W
D
R
grow tli to a
E m a il r e s u m e s to
ap
p
ly
P
a
p
e
rs
a
r
e
e
a
r
ly
mi
Twin FaRs, ID
m o m in g d elivery,
o c a tio n s .
program plus paid vvac
D
e m p lo y m « n ti a p « p a ltf .c tom
oni
Coll 733-0799
Must be' willing lo 8tu(
U ving Chrlitian E d u
in lino o p p llc a lio n s a n d jo b d aiscrlptlon:
scf
The Tim«
n e s-N e w s
has
in d e:p
p ee n d en t
c o n tr a c to r
records and enjoy p
lucation
7;3
0
a
m
6
:
0
0
p
fuluf(^(or tho right indlvi
oppominiti<
tie s in m a n y a r e a s thro
w u g h o u t th e M a g ic
>pm
4 and 5 year old KIndergartei
I e m p to y e e s a re s u b je c t y o p re -e
C allback J a rd
'I ™
Anar School C 1a er n to 8 » 'g ra d f
le n t & r a n d o m
d ru g
sen
MIddltkauff U n co
c oll n M w ^ i y
S MV
K
a re|
Certified Taaefters. Com puter
r e c o rd s c h e c k & b ack i
208-73fr2480fof
ror Inttrvlew
chec
h a ck re q u ire d .
________
C a U (C h r i s a t 2 0 8 - 7 3 3 - 0099 3 1 e x t . 3 0 2 .
_________ p o s t E stabaahed »rHp k ii low tultJon
1932.
'IS.
' A A A A AA A
!:ru -
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,100
iS„=.4 3*
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W A VfC H Y O U R^ 'NCOM e
E e v e r y M<
IORNING!
I
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■ Busiiness Oppoortunities
yTlS
S
SundsK
June s, 200s
'
704
^
4m '
T ---------------------------,la .
PAINT golding. r«
regl
Mrod, 4 y o o n ^ ol
ra m ..
groan broko, «xtrom
ly gonth) a nd nnod
oo<
wHh kkls. $2,000. C.
.208-740^175.
_____
PAUMINO m ara. re
Itlered, 15 yoors, o(
S t.5 0 0 . Q rull« goh
Ing -1 0 y o « 8 " «ol“ •
$1,500. Bom ora“ o:
®*'
colkint lor young o;
pcrfartcod
rWor
wof»'
T raile r
4
horsi
S1.800. 208-324-933
PetsAndftt
«t
_________Suppllw^
'
HORSe Rrod quarter
PR 0FE8cross, hafter broke. 2 --------no«dfngI
y o u okl fllfy. SlOOO, BORDf
RDER
RETIRED
SIGNAL
b o u d lor a t^ lo t wot):
Colt 208-734-3330,
mannered
h o rso . '
Clo$« fn Twin Fall#. Y EARU NO grade OH
block MiKf e««, $350.
Rots. AvaUoblO. Can
Coll 208-431-4141 or
208-404-6652.
208-532-4139,
8A00LB Qmtt! plo atoathor, Ilho
r» » . rod. 1 F -. ollrfup lonthera m ado to
ni child or ndu«. 14"
oeai. »fts liko 15*.
Have pic* lo o-moll.
*450. Call 208-3266851 or 731-6878.
COLLIE
popple
ppies. Ready lo goi
“S y " " S
nnd aglllly, Pleooo
S uIiM
II
.
'
------------------------------------, - i 'P M 'A n d P M -' ’ BOXER
KER pups, AKC,
lies.
female,
males.
00/S700.
Two
■ 8 U P P i* l> ■
$eoo/s
=
>ls.
dowclaws.
— -------------------------ahots.
[ S SE T T
BA
HOUNDS
worme
rmed. vol checkedpurotsred.
Proven
Taking
Wng dep. floody lo
25*. 208Ju
b reeding pair. $250
go Jun«
M B IV. msg,
cioch or $450 for pair.
677-11
___________ **
CoJI 208-677-2455,
_______
2063061604
1 2
19
' kkten# ex*
sw eet, $1,250
Tlme»Ntw
tw t, TWn M s , Idiho' M 7
^
'•
P etfA h d M
Supplier
70«
• , '
•
FamiEqiilpimht
;
CJH 8840 Swalhor, 14‘
.
head * sam e machine
SH O RT
as HetiSton 8400,
HAIRED pupplos, 6 .
$10,995.00.
Allen
6827
hydraulic
V
Rake, $10,000.00. NH
LAB c ro ss puppies.
1116 Swothor - Your
Only 3 left. Excollent
choice ol headers..
Mpmma. $ 2 5 each,
k)w use, $12,500.00.
Call 208-324-6704.
NH 1048 Stackw agon,
$12,500.00.
LABRADOR
REN y sH T ractor
TRIEVER AKC. oxcollent bk>odllnos. 2 yet-641-372-4020
kjw. 2 black. Call 208- ^
COMBINE 1460 tnternallonal ' with groin
LABS AKC roglstorod
header and
boon
puppies, yollow and
equipment. Coll 208fi w eoks. $300320-2164.___________
$350, Coll 423-61 23
FORD 8N tractor for
LHASA A PSO /SH IH- ^parting out. Mobile
TZU X pupplos 3 fo*
I
hom
e axles (5). '6 5
“ 25 ond 2
I
Ford
F8 Iruck, Coll
males. $250.
Call
;
208-43M
567.
•gOa-420-7039
Now Hol­
MINI . DOBERMAN HAY
^land BALER
426, late model,
PINCHERS
3
loalt
™ i03. Born ogolnst
. accessories, roody
all odds. R eady to go. --to wll. 208-676*2015.
I COCKER SPANiei
4IELS GERMAN
> 9
arable
purebred,
odorob
mole.pup. firsi shot
a n
dowclaws S250/olf(
Ma-701-4400.
^
'
326-4017
\
ono
^— —
— ^—
• ♦ • • a•r« » * *
CHIHUAHUA
------->KC bluo
0ACH8UND purebrc
obred
DACH8HU^
UND, LONQ •
gorgoouo AKC
puppies, 2 femote
loles.
Beau'om alo & 2 tri
trI color
HAIREOI pups.
p
all
536$250
eocn.
Coil
an'
r
babies,
only
m
ales.
Call
tllul rare b
•6676.
Ilmo
208-410-2299.
horrws.
l
6
ll
o
r
4
0
4
6
€
to iovlng he
—
Call 206-7
3-734-50C0.
~
-------------ENGLISH BULLDOi
.DOG
« :# « » * •
indie,
* * * * * *
CHIHUAHUA PODS
pi
P^'PP '''’'
”'
tod nol "«"<'• * ’ 000
lUA (2) pup.
w k^. ^purobroc
a $20
208-733-6172. ____
C, lem d o s, 4
AKC. 3 m aloa
S 0. 1
Pfos. AKC,
$300
female $300.
yriiio
monlhs . old.
c
found
Lob, whiK
each. C all;
.11308-5533.
5355 or 420:626
omnir. female, lofi
lo
Cnll
hind fool broken. Co
212-1719 after 5pm,
FREE I H yeoc. ol„
srrim
malo Scotttsn Torrlo
mix to a good homo
Call 431-8172,
—male
?*
704
6
1
'-an
____
1 V4
5 H w eeks old, $350,
Very tovlng. 539-3367
H
HAY
FLUFFER A & L
r
model
2010. Fluffs
windrow of hay or
)
beans.
Day 733-3565
' evos, 733-2269. .
or
—
,HESTON *02 8450
,HI
Swalhor,
16' head,
S
490
hours. $47,000.
i
Call
208-834-2878 or
,
208-663-1569.
,
—
IM
IMPLEMENTS
JD 613
6'
6 brush bog, $400,
New Frontier 1196 8 '
back blade,
$700.
New
30 gal. b o o m
N
sprayer, $400. Lonnio
2I
208-788*4519
A*i«PM
di
days
509-991-4680.
__
JO
JOHN
DEERE '9 6 970
tractor: 440 front load­
er. 4W0. 32 hp, 376
hrs.
$16,500.
Exc
hr
cond.
Lonnio 206«
788-4519 AM/PM or
dl S09-99V4660.
day
—
JOHN
D^ERE 730
JO
diesel. F e rg u so n 3point PTO rako. Call
pe
206-43M 567. .
•
.
FREE 7 week okl maJi PEKINGESE 3 pup*
7 ®ti® pies, 2 ready lo g o on
Cocker Spanlol mix
— the 6". 1 fem alo roody
a good homo. Cal
, 2
10 go er>d o l Juno.
4 3 1 - 6 1 7 2 , _______
,KC.
735-1540 or 410-57S6
FREE black U b , 1 V
oom( POMERANIAN
AKC
year old mole, to
(Ids,
pups, brown or parll
I t e r a t i o nNS
s
good
homo,
Qooc
CONCRETE
^ X E A N U P "
CUE
:___ malos. Adoroblo littio
ST O R A G
wllh kids, 431-7034,
..|or
tiuti bolls. $350. Call
Cleonups.weed
Po
B y A Ib e it
G o o z a le z '
FREE Black Lab,I fS-2 J 3 M 1 2 1 ____________
n omn B lm id e n is
M o u n tz ■
iil* > v to w
Magic V oU o,
cutting, flowerbed*
Dail weekly,
yeara okl. malo. AKC,
For M en. Women.I.
Doily,
t^
a
C o iu tn ic tk n
ood POMERANIAN female,
S to ra g e
or^onihV:
L ir w na<C a r e
ondotho'oddjobii.
or:
•
energetic, noods room
C hiM m .
S4.
10 w eeks old. S275.
pBtio.driv^ways.
I
to run & older kids.
3 0 y n in e z p s r ie n «'O
CaUPba
W endv58d>
nd
7362
‘™n,-'edge and
“
Call 208-316-2627.
■idewBlkjonddiiirjr
'
cleaning.
Call 208-316-2626,
ng-Pree.
lB<^und Shilo Ii
124M ainA vo.N.
208-731-7838
^ ^
okl. POODLE
teocup.
tuttn.
206-7360083.
StolO OBttdcofCobble
FREE
B
tuoHeeler
aOMOM773
F=
Call
black,
forpalo. 6
CrMk/PwisBI(2g.
kN D SC A PEl
c h . S S iI-3123or
^
Hqv
cross, 4 monin oldT>.fe-- months oki. $350.
4
1h a n d y m a n I
4 0 i^ 2 3 3 a f7 3 7 -0 3 000
0
'
Dalin490„
male,’ I need a good
----- Call 208-768-7460,
^
E L E C m iC A L
,
°
home,
206-536-6764,
Plumbing, electriod.
;*'®' PUQS (2) m alo pupB L IN D
drain line cleaning,
^
FREE Chocolate Lob plos, 7 wks. o n 5/31.
For solo )' Irui)
ContnKtor
'
gcDCfixl rcpaini.
,5a .
X, malo, 3 yro. oM.
1-fown. 1-block. $300
C L E A N IN G
Uecn«(dJoumeynicn Premium soli, no i i J
houso trained. Call
24 ym. Experience
.
.
—
each, 735-4160 m sg
NojobioBwiU.
Prteod right ----- I
S h e c rP e r f e c tk n
404-6613 bflor 5 pm. •
-N o Job to Small0™ O
) nD. ^ w i n k k r a
ice.Tilling,
2^
RAT TERRIER
10
WiUlama
736-2841
030
C aU D onk
'
FREE
Oingo/rerrlor
imming
CaU20&S38-121
month old fomole.
.
. ..*■
Quolit;
733^986 or42&aaaO
='
mix, 2 yoar oki malo
__
Noutorod ond very
~
" H snil your
A m o it» n B U n d
lo a good home. Coil
irneedi.
F” ” ~
^
—
ovsmart, $250.
Coll
Mobile
IH A N D Y M A N I
sc K S
208-431-8172,
10 206-63>-6243________
i)73i-a8a7.1
T R E E 10 rock
One visit docs it nil
E L E C T O IC ^ * W O RK
^
A II S £ . Id.Sinco‘90s
:oll RED HEELER pups,
«
FREE Ouck to a good
Jw w n:
I 93«7iaor731.03IS.
___ purebred. $125, G re a t
NE HOLLAND 907
4EW
. 0 .0
Call 324s'RcsulaitifllElKtriod
'
I
0067 Iv. msg.
7
P yre nee s p ups, puresw
swather,
old. but o
^
Wort(.K(rwirinKnew
G
, ^
F o r r c s t 's T r e
Il a n ix
,0 '
bred. $ 100. 200-284go onel $600. Call
good
^
& elderhonwB. New
Bridc-BIoc.
I B U S IN E ^
« k - S to n e
C o m p a n;----------]
y
FREE Golden Retriev8214/208-645-2642.
_20
208-487-2612._______
addilkm. Adttinff
rplumbing;, painting,
CuHtom work
w
I
or.
spayed
female,
lo
llshu,rt«t>p(acle
<
.
Bent
im
a
*
in
tow.
_ AdiywolLlO+yia.-.____ ____
___________ S E R V I C E S
.
■ O d-S C O T nE S -A K C -pupa.-NiEW-HOLLANO
E'
Mod--------------0 good homo. Call
----- otc...-Saa!lllui<^ hlRh' ' “cCorpentiyexpericncc.
,
----------T rtiS H H iC tS SrSvii^
L and
84
1 male. 2 fom alos.
otol166 windrow Invert­
206-312-3605,
w to lJ c r
lO ym expcricncu
TW 1N FA LLS
black
& w hoalen.
or. hydraulk; drive.
Y oo uu r W a y
er.
- ««
winng, Inceilins
j FVeeEMinuto
LoaiUyown<'<l
ox cond. 731*1002.
FREE kllien (2) J[97 starling $600, R eady
John 2 0 » 7 3 « m
SprinkJ
oxc.
rinkloB. Sod,
;
PL A N RO O M
= = ?
F o c r a t212 <jaO0
3'’!
6/18 dop will hold —
• weeks
old.
box
' ——
Hydn>-Sc
eyiOems Si moro.
4640 JD.
V
trained, good for in537-6028 or 731-8091
tRACTOR
R>
P A i N riN
n
G
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and Hosston 4900
ownl____ flido/oulsido.___ Q oodnming. Pnvcni.
coRstniction. Blueprint
hay baler. $16,000
coN
^
CC snujcnoN
homea only, 2 1 2 -6464'
T R E E min«1
'^0
malo,
6 m onths old,
nn Call 308-8741 or
copira.
ea.
G o r r 's K a i
EM PL O Y M E N T
___
Gmvel
'0
$100,
208-720-3308,
30
S E R V IC E S
FREE'kitlons, (3) pure
30387^1 __________
Juaiity N o t
In terio r^
HENDRY
-Qual
734-PLA N (7820) J
SERV ICES
QOO,
white ond ( 1) light
la[ SPRINGER SPA N IEL ^bTANTED TO BUY
2S y ea» o ip c
a n d so n s
_ ^Qi4anlikr
1 brown. 10 a nood
pupplea. roglstorod,
q I(
I v if c T ^
S h e c rP e rfe c ti
FWv£«Atm*>
Huobnnd&Wii
Older
Jo h n D eere
Con«roction
'
— - dowclaws- rem oved,
Tenspomty-Panuaxnt
IL u ia
_ T W R tm o v id ■• home, 208-531-5127,
I CA BINET
small hay balors. 14T,
■n
SiO^SOeS.
JocknndL
Sm«dlJohtiInurior&
"
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tolls docked, rondy 21,
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135.0227
TVcnTrimminK
214T, 24T, 224T or
FREE KItlons, 6 weoko
= £
C all 206-735
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M A K ER
Orlookin«forweik.
*Elxtisior. Covering
°t.
r . 720-3306. .
80,
small okJor New Hoi*
I.
LineCk-nnmap c
old. 1 mole, 1 lomaie.
Miigic Valley.
LANDS
All eniploye«a
Mixed bfoed. Utter WELSH CORGI pupland models 275 or
M nfticValkQ'
flcrcencd, dnjg
^Mini CniBifl arm.
N G & J
N iSvCortified
box trained. Call 208273, 276, 277 and
—
plea, AKC, 3 fom nlos,
27:
trated&bendfd.
^
2f2-<229.______ to- Coil 539-4626.
278 or M assey Fer­
------ ^------ JDoaign & GeoenilI "271
A i t fi sa tai c P n w n *
D R Y W ^ia^ l l
'
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g uson 12 or 124 hay
so
r
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gu
Contractor Inc.
FREE kitlons. Good
i& IrutaUjiiion.
• • • • • • • • • • •
bal
PnyroU Swnco
Qalors, 208-324-5658.
___
C h adD ebie731-0a
-New-ftomodelinffhomos
a
must.
(3)
ort, ,
L U P iin iP AUNTINC.
ir
,yENQUSH
SE
T
T
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R
y
o, PE R SO N N E L
„
C o m m n w it
ongo. (1) brown tab■07
a
AKC
pups.
R
oady
Roiidentiia
.
by. 208-536-1926,
raEstimaloi
_ , . ^9"
m js
®
lyt
nowl
O
ow
dow
s
& W a r tlo n
Modeling.
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206-733^120
Runtmg.Remo
Kilthetvi & batha.
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shots.
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yollow,
foCaU 734-IIB l
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733.7300 / 6784040
L.
S E R V I C ■0837
E
Loeiionii
available
—
ored,
cham pion
(
CLYDE'S
PIPE
male, spayed, houso
I
f^wjEitimr
0podigreos.
Will
bo
for kid*. '
LAND
SC A P IN G
•6807
trained,
16
months
REPAIR
DS
c«UBU]
uu
0,
great hunters
&
uland
. . linos, main lines
Within tho ■
'
old. Very tw oel. playC A R F E N IR Y
t475o r
-A ^ J i z n 's 'l V e c
(20 6 )3 2 4 ^7
>na
companions.
Visit
^ond wheel linos,
City limita.
.
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dog
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nood
of
t LandweaptBg
(206)787-12?]
867CoU
S e r v ic e
Call Lori
loving owner/lamilyl
(even in ihe Held)
= = = ^
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J,
0011^735-1591 ^ , msg
206*431*7149
0
431-6203,
tS S
nrmovnl, nhrubn &
Rail fence, ecdv.choin
------For All Y ou r Home
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link,vinylftbnib
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FREE Pitbulls. 1 -fe - I,
I q a4TED
T
PIPE 10- ptasfeTtilizer, Inwn
N O JO B
H O U S E
W edowhfl
malo and 1 molo,
w hat you cont.
wire.RepAirwork.
c,
single & double
5- 7 0 S
376-B-3
neniting Se thfiKhinfl
about 3 mo. old. fawn
TOO SMALL
O '7343322
License*1537(
Freo&timalm.
C
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Som e
flow
C L E A N D ^G
736-7464 280.1801
colored, 316-1300, r
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2064r7»A(70
Ccnilied Bond(
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934-8552 or
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2 0 6 4 3 1-3353_
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39r2 6 2 7 ._
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GERMAN SHEPHERD
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AKC reg„ 3 m ales. p5 ALUS-CHALMERS
I
used McGRAVEL r
• I trader, 185, with loadnow
tr A M /v »
Fn>ecBtim(U
fomalos. Ready lo goiowell 3 In. X 4 0 fl.
C A R PE N TK Y
V IV
VA
ANCO
206-737.00(
S S
T R E E
''
er, $7,000, S w a th e r
^ J8-438-8103,
S400. Call 208-733« cl
clean-up!
206-731.60a
Dtjvcwnyn, Paikinff
R
Reasonable mlM.
, Spring
Ferguson. —^
4693 or 420-0162, — Massey
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S E R V I C Er * v e , *od,bnik.
'I 'o s ra C o rp o itz j'
lota. Rondwayi,
Bor
?
655, S1.000. Call 208- PlPE
^E used golod 6*. 6*
Bondi'dondinxumL
L«wn core,
I
GERMAN
WIRE-. . 731-0103.____________
and
Id 10-. Call 208-438, •
Gsneinl hom e n^paim
Ainy404-2C87
pninmjt, s
HAIRED
PolrHer~AKC~
®
r
S
^
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l
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power
ml
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^
H a y a l V e e — 1 3 m ales,11 w eeks old.: ALLOWAY 3030 cuttl* - 5 1IM;_______________
^
C all Rick O landtr
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=
Phintingi
ingaervlew.
ih 4 T I
window*, door, etc.
^ vator, 12 row. with SPRII
RINKLER
PIPE
oxc,
liaU
brooding,
A
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r
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s
I
20e-731<M3
H O U S E
8254100/
00/42<KMU I
25 yn . experienco
3"x4
«40' solid s e t or
7
731-0196/733-6607. * rolling shioldo & fluido
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£>tks*>
‘
fin. $6,500. Coll 280hanc
md line. Call 206PL A N S
rTopping. Shrubn,
GOLDEN RETRIEVER■ _3443 or 260-5342.
324I 3S&01B6 /7 3 fr3 a a 7
>4-9551 or 731-5030
I H ^ U ^ ID Y M A N
R o b 's R o t oitilU
t i llS
LAWN
Stumpo, Firewood,
AKC puppies. 2 foHARVESTER, WATI
TVaeter mounted
C:od
(^ dmwinei. Ontwn
ed tiller,
Inmired. 736-2571,
iTER PUMP 400
malos, 1 moles, dew- BEET
^
—
3-row,
The
USDA,
gji'o
mower
and
I
ii
imnll
illons per minute.
D a v e 'a H o m e
to iacole. Evaything
clows removed. 12
1
Agricultural
R
osoorch
jtg
o , Other misc.
ork.
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T
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u
c
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londowor)
youne«dtogetyour
C re a tiv e
00.
w eeks okl. 1** shots
I m p r o v o m its
Service, is roquosting
no„|,
jerrnit. 7yenne»p,
Y o rndi<C a r e
Ktkne
t r e e
tulpmenl. 625-5233.
n g.
a n d woihwd. Fun lov-I
A ll types home repair
r\ jataallau
^,
.
proposals
for
u
se
d
3
^
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n P laaB .
Unhauuv*
m
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o r 543-2741 e
and reroafatiiw.
p,
'
row
beet
harvostor
7
0
9
S
E
R
V
I
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S
d.
pies. $250-S27S. Call H o u sd o eG p en C a U 4 3 1 -6 2 8 8 |
ty o id e aro o r
C n t« in « to lh e
P lo aso
ri
206-662-3214,_______, ‘ equipment,
OaUy-weeklv-monihly
Forw m pleto
R O T O T I L LL I N G I
y G ra ln » l= a ^
call Jeannotto S o rn o s
home owner.
■
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C o m m ercial &
T R E E A S T U M P=S ol 206-423-6568 a n d =
HEDGE HOGS babies
543-6010 4«M)074
H V A C
^B^torclt
jrcleoning, .
.
O F M AGIC V A LL E li
$150 each. Brooding
provklo a mailing ad - HAY
:
Y S'”,
bright groon,
r e s id e n tia l.
p
D&fendog.
C o o o i to a t f
trios. $500. (2 female,
dross or fax num bor
loafy,
"
• ISA Certified,
■fy. barn s to r e d ..
S E R V IC E S
B onded & In su re d .
^
I V a c t D r S e rrwv i c e
1351
5 lb., 3 string bales,
1 mok)) 3 ovailoblo ' so a proposal form
FyceEntimntnk S
‘ 783-7300 T w in T
Pebble 208-761-4400.■ ond equipment condi$9/b(
/bale. Also h ave
,
Yard*,Banfc3»i&l
6 lawna
T im A b b o tt
678-i0«0 B u r k y
SA W TOO TH .
I T A W NV Ci A R E
tion questionnairo c on
grass
issrtiay mix bales,
3ale&
42W)771 /7 34-7 0 o1 0a
ITALIAN
GREY* . bo oeni to you lor you
9 H E E T MBTAL
l-A W X N I
You
(
u pickup.
324-7148
W
^
HOUND
puppies,
submittal. RFO o p e n
.
Caerviceandrepair.
_
^_
Weedmowinj
adorable, AKC, $500.
'
C O M F U llilt I
i Alfilfa
2.000
5-26-OS.
Close 6*17*
HAY
CommotiBl
J
b
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734^»34
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0
9!
6
0
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C
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D
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m noor
J
10.
ono
Ion
bales.
First
and
Raaidmtial
G
a
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d
e
n
£
n S e c v fa e
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SCHOOL
R E P A IR
208-326-6622,
;
'
cuttln
T o m Saw ya20
C
ling and lop qualia08-7S3«548
cr
Planting,
ig. «ground
R O TO nLLI
IH '01 M odel
tv Call
C< 206-587-9131
,|0
JA CK RUSSELL and CASE
I
I
3
>4
4
:
hra.
30e^HU
(
«
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_______
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208-845-2639_________
----- 1 Beagle puppies, vory __ 213 8 8 _ c o m b ln e ,_ 2 5 :___W 20l
II
~
tutoriftL G uonaleed
rgrain
head. 1100 h rs„
„
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Papers
and
1
ood prices.
F irs t C la a
.0 Hay Retrievlno
exc,
cond. C an bo
T.S.C
to fix your in b la D
] andymanI
h
<JG
shots. $250/cash only
•
k it c h e n
and
Brtimatoa.
F o ryourganki
se en ot Buhl Implo“ni big bale hay
crM T via tc all
please. 316-2642 or
icking. Cell Con at:
onlim allyaRId*.
li
Clnna A &
kN DBATH
7 8 3 « « 77/316-1087
/a
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b f l« e .
731-2642___________ - ment. $110,000. C all
Hq ie IU * k lC h o l< »
SfttisCictkin
n
Endonxnunui.
206-731*1002.__________ ^___ a208-280-0639,
(C«tD 4ai> m e
AKC black pups,___:
i
/V llow U atoCet
Complelo
health
(
D c d o ,f a x a ,
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• C a U ^ O f r ^ 1108
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records, Roleroncos
{
rentalrcnovDiiaaB,
_^ e | a p e d a l^
S = = f
B & T T ru ck
ovall. $300.' S o o Ot
a
JN G
D riv in g S d b o o l
Con o tto to CabinetB
Uwn mow
Bcrvioce. 8 2 44871
v Salley.
k
Mini Coosia
■
206-737-4040
n m 9.e0m, 654-2011.
_2
Roodnff & Rtinting.
.
^
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S d t^ fu p .
G « n l- 4 U .w .
N ow C onatnictiaa
Lanteer««all ar
Remodel*. A d d itio n .
]h a n d y m a n !
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Blade work & nu
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LAT
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S c v ld .,, rJl.
Neat, cIeao.& reliable.
CT-420-7365
MagicVaJtiy or
WiUdoaroyslJob
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Oenamlitpaia,
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WEDDINQ S H O P
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landa
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I R e nta& S ellj D n a r a
Am uchm m
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M a g * ® ^! *w* n c n o
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CaU
wing. t r i »
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Shoe*.VeUa-Slip«
acgiJa064tt400«
Am
Howerbedi.
Wedding Invitatians
'
1,000 gallon, low
:ow
IaleRunocn-N apkin»
handyman! f E ^
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210 S. Main 73S-883S
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Vanduro.
k a w a s a k Tw
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^ a . m o ld e d
, ooq ExcoDen
Quick S a le SpM lall
EDULA PUMP N
d r if t
BOAT,
1
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CAMPER
SHELL
;
*2,660.
Call to aae
■
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Ityla. Only usod a sh a fts 's
{ l„ d “S S S
flberglasa. troBer,
^ m
Ftt»erglass, flta '97-’05
206-306-7283._______
v n th . nooriy brand through I33 Iron. Tayfor KTM *80 380
180 MXC •
«nef»«
Dokota. ext. cab, rtce FO R G E T
E
BRANDY
GUIDED
ow. Codipore new a t n w d a w<
w o o d a, sel of- new top ond,
n d never
^
condilJon. *395. Can JA
J Y CO ‘9 6 2 4 ' Eagie
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K
MUSEUPi.1
A PIECE
y ^ ffro N S O T V ^
over'
vor $300, For solo 3 ~ ^ j ^b ag and putter
SL S* w heel. Looded,
e owner.
$3.000.206-358-04S
■0490
208-420-6853.
raced, one
. $190/
lOO/oller. 732-5993. ' |nc5T $49
good coTKl. *6.700/
W hon thQ SUSP
u s p o c t w a s co p Ju rd d . Iho
495.420-3133.
Call 208-481-0;
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’88
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(208)'467-1712
c an in o o llicoorr od o sc rlb o d It o s o RRDRS 7 T X 100*. ^ 0 1 6 rCLUBS,
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Marauder
niJnum welded 12
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condition
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motor, traUi
let.
Irona:
Tlshow
room
co
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150 each, WIH dotiv“DC
DOGGED”
o^
*1.600. Tons of o
DCI ' 981,
low miles, lots
h
Exetlhnem!
r. 1.600-473-0619,
j 9 shafts,
4,000 w att generator,
B
trasi 208-539-4601.,
reguextfaa.
B<M IE m
^ 2 ^ ALLEGRO *92 O ass
‘AC,
=>URSUIT
awning, •• mi­
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S 4 .6 0 0 .206-43
60
A. 29 fool. 31,700
ave. an appia.
PUBLIC A U CmO N I
o sed, 2x4 waDfl,
through
hours
miles. 454 EFI Chevy. crow
m
R iiv
only 60 how
Clean 4 good cond.
70»
WAHTCD STO' ,
: 2 oucltonsA 2 d o y s
har>dr
eo7or>dmode windows
W o o d a;'. YonaK
12084k
generator,
new
:
U8«. $8,000. Can 201
S6.eOQ/offer 733-2877
.
* 2 k>cotion8
ond
(
nd door,
lap skiing. 03. #5. i
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n.
radial
tires,
c
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TV.
J
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686-231 la tte r 6pm.
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Hay Grain &Fieed
m
CtoWng And Furs* t t Fri Ju n o 1 7 -1 p m
S850
350 or besi offer,
goK bog
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011208-948-0202.
Cttll 733-7
Jedjy S18.000. Can 206- - » wfwol w/AC, awnings.
1377 S 35 0 e
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2
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p
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SEEKING Prom
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733-9687 eves
or s«l(
,
containod, «xo.
Provo. UT.
WASH
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$1100
with acce<
3-543Orossoo, formal woor.
M o^
733-0318 doys
. ct o n d ., $10,500/o((er.
Surplus vohiclos.
Konm
onmoro, whito, $400
ER. bran(
5150.
shoos 4 accossoriosM3-4KI1
»Orie«.
208-733-9597
No p e ts & non smok­
tnjcks 4 m o re.
AC
w
r ilt
WWte!
S1.700. Coll 54^
C window
unit. $75,
unlversol
to holp mak* drooms
. 713.
SKI BOUNOBR *96 32 ft,
e<rs. Call 801/330„
MA8TERCRAFT ' 8H
n Sat Ju n e 16 -9 a m
Groal
real cond, 539-0968
e a s y to> romoyo (or YAMAHA '01
como truo. To dortoto
o r 206-223-4038
o star fuDy loadKl, 38,000 >6091
^
’
boat
•96 ProsW
Storage. Retails (or o,cetlent
2353 N Rodwood Rd
m f“*f ■;...
■ .- 1- ••■TVFiims/Pastura
ir e
to this worthy «ouso,
I Of
op- miles, exc. condition. PU
p | R SU rr ‘DO 28’ Class
SoH LokeClty, UT,
" -.f 'v
',• ■ a i : ^ i b »
AW!
“
S'
^
^
S
’
-370.
V
'
ploaso
call
:rai.5
7
3
5
LTI.
Show
Rentals
for $700
*25.900.206-420-6681,
•A* 17K, flenerator,
Govommoni su rp lu s
-i.'' I M U BIM ;:
O O ^o r. Con
Of 206-734-573;
--------'
Aliaho, 208-300-0523
or, heater, cover, b
vohiclos 4 oqulp.
- >:’m
| | | » ln i n i< iiW S .
colof
TV,
VCR.
PASor
Kolty.
208-670-2772.
IRRIGATED ‘
PA
'h'h*.
CD, Undor
" o m CHAMPK>N '83 23',
Iowning, microwave,
V r . i i - . w - . YAMAHA-01 Y2F
Y2 426.
124 .......
'
■
TURE (or roni i:
:kets
4
trailer. Perfect confl
generator, root ‘ air.
j
*37.760.
1-886-346■TNT A u cllo rta '
MINSTI
WEDDING DRESSES5
4STREL ■ HARP r
oc«oo on FronchtBor
800/of(er
S2S.900. CaU 9-6 208206
6.7L v -6 4 barrel
e
6644
DLR.___________
1
M
l,.
0
)
Sizo
4
novor
wom.
I.
www.tnt«jetk>n.oom
n
e
w
.:
IW
.
38*.
29
String
w/
•• ' Island up to ISO pa
■6902.
7B6;S40S.__________
____
engifM, Chevy 30 —
Coll209-404-69<
m '" . $2 0 0, (1) 8120 10.li
irrying case 4 music
• CnII gOe-423-4444.
*96 By .
I cofiyir
Bass
C hossls. 42K. exc. RESIDENCY
«
—=------S 100. Bolh havo lull
100 Trail NITRO '0 3 i r -Sos;
«ks, $400. Call BURLEY
Soturdoy YAMAHA “e o loi
Thor,
m odel 3485.
cond. Colt 436-4419.
t
JEROME For roni
Upcom ing
II <
40 train 4 beautiful. Call II
18-543-4701.
Onlyl
i2M C™l ' Bow*. 125 hp. Like
Uk.
7om-Noon.
motor bike, $251
Slkfe-out. g a s powacros of po stu rea bot> 324-5397 Of 316-2097 '
.
now. okKtrlc troIUnt
, ; . ,,, Sofa, choli
A
uctions
Q.|Q
orod.
*39.995. CoO
DUTCHSTAR ’01 34'
01
twoon Jorom o & Twin
Tw
' ■ " • motor. (I8h finder
T O ^ 'w S k a 's
®
•'.•'•■■•V.
V'-‘
o lh o r fum
Z08-731-S12I
________
S S ' Class ’A* 35K, dW.
a
Fallo, 324-2946 ovoo
ivos. 8 0 8
sp a re tiro, $12,950
YAMAHA 87
’67 Big
A
B I c y c to i *
■
hbogs,*bart>fr
r ~ - silde-outa, 2 TVs. dual
o.
SAFARI
TREK '03
o o d con1-688-346-8844 Dir.
Wheel 200. goo(
.................... ...... ■
c u o a n d cdothlng.
k
714
Computers
— roo( AC. hydraulic lev„
motor
hom e, undor
Iba A vanua
ditlon, $750. 934
YCLE
Mountain
1SS6 Elb«
BICYCl
ted
----- --.r.:— UpcM W Itl .
SEA KINQ ’88. 14R.
I4R., olera, roar camera,
PastiHBS Wanted
10,000 miles, 26 (1.
bike.
I
:e.
full
suspension,
j
c
r
q
u
c
c
COMPACT
PREnew e ndosure cover,
iver. VCRrt)VD
combo,
1
Fri, Sat 4 YAMAHA *87 BW200.
BV
w/eiectronio
bed. Bath
A ucbons
21 sp<
speed. Uko Nowl
7J
~ r (~
SARIO,
Intoinot,
Mew bat35hp Evennjde onen- $59,750.
M . ' Comper,
Exc; cond.. New
wZ/show er. Ig. WteJien
W ^ T E D 10 rent
$ 100.
00, ;206-326-4446,
:k,storter
gine, Ult trailer. Coll
Cal
1-886-346-8844 DLR.
fOO«»y. S ’ 7S. Coll 423-I
tor. motorcylory. R oar rock.j
a„re a, oo d le s ol iMrtg
buy 50 cow o''aa
5853.
208-677-4000.
4733 or 212-0037.
knick$1,650. 420-585
Check Oul T ho
BIKE6 TTHAILEB Soil 2
a re a for a smaDer
ranch In corV al Idahc
?“ ■ . ' “ ithos.
'I
*98 "unit. Must s e e to
Moglc Valley S o ctlo n
sooi.
,
SEAOOO '01 (2) 3 OULFSTREAM
II.
canblrmikin
I '™ ? ,''* ,'"
Coll 209-604-7021.
1'
COMPUTER
DESK,
Of Tho Tim os-Nows
strollor
Slier In oxc cond.
8 1 4 8 **A* ve°V v'*'' YAMAHA *96C tIn S c
o p p red a te with many
wood, lorgo L shopodI
*»'>'«'••
----- Star Tour Cli
***•
S ,5 o o '^ “ “- » K
716
(or tho auction
$751..M
0 3 2 < .2 0 7 9 .
ds esirabla
options.
*5.900. Good eonj e BOME Fri.
F
. .
with hutch, S50. CallI
Sat. 4
Exc. cond., 13
^
S50,000/'ol(er. Chevy
£733-1407. No calls
cotonrJar. ovoryday
ditlon. Call 731-0193:
AG Business Anti
Wd
326-3473.___________
). ; ,
Su n .
8-5.
-5. Antique
V-4, $6 ,000. Call
—
'98 oxt. c a b S-10 pick'I 8 pm p le a se '
ofter
and On lino 2 4 /7 o t
'
equipment,
788-7470.
•
:_______ S E A O O O '9 6 GTX ond
ond __up, loss than 56K.
^
Sefvlce-Dlrerton
to i y COMPUTERS ExcolT o oi fbe i t H K M n n y
'S c ,
i
^
__
$7500,
with
tow
bar.
r
"
'M CSX vrKh 2 piaco
lorn rofureishod. From
YAMAHA ’99I a r ^
-------------------------a p p lla n c o s.
Coll__ C an be sold seporalelU
$3,500. Coll
■ Slor
Silve
Jill Hollon A u ctio n
aR M» SAW
S
Rockwon
178 3 4
POST FRAME , $175.208.,732-0512.
___ __ly. Coll 206-324-5686
IB
tJrih W 200-677-4417.
Li2?JK-------- 16OOCC, crulsor,
» 208.7 3 M 2 2 2
10*Ro<
s
a io
BUILDINGS
Ia
sands In extras,
raa, knv TRI-HULL 18’ oidor
used
boat. 100 hp Evinrude JA M B O R E E ’97 RaBye
Fumiturs &Caipet
at. 4 Sun;
■
< = « !'2 0)8^ 326ms. 537-6912. \
Fri.. Sat.
rooms.
29 ’ O o sa C, 36K, (ull | 1
------------- - ■"
g
737.
outtw ard. great “S
lor
« 7 2 or 731-3737
.\
8 a m -4 pm.I. ^Mu'ltlfomily.
• eai
Idaho S tc d c n d t BEDROOM SET: 7 ® i3
-I - .
(Ishlng and Dkling. -w alk around queen,
Lots 0(11
I Ihlngs lo
90S
PL. cfulso, very dean. I "hom e. Uke n e w .l
SISOO. 461-0208
Fiirm.
PC. includos • bod. =
'* * * ^
V a nr lee i y r o o a s
. c h o o so
se (rom.
----- $32,995. 1-868-343- I Squoon Island bed. I
.’- S ^ ' A n d
ConimiTciiil Khouti.
“•
nightsland,
drossor q
6203. dir.
I I29 ft, all opU ons.|
YAMAHA ’89 must soil
ihrale a r d a
1/3
c arat.
A prid
d S e r v ic e
(;nniXi\Hi>nu-iin.-n<L-<
« i f £ 2 itv
Ford
460,
low I
with mirror, chosl. Sllll Rprincoss'Cut.
,IFM3,
ior:
=
P
Jet ski. Wove Jommor.'
d iam ond
, ,. , .„
Mi-ud r\-roof .concfiUmlloe. Con 208-459-1
L S Fri.. Sot. ■
■ ..i—
boxod. W odh $4,000,
— .:— r
now
battery, njns
"OTORHO»fES
e
^LL
t-(Ui»-20(U)0GC’
6757
leav e msfl.J
ILL NATURAL
^ S w * ! s’iw^ o s , reWg., b q a t 7 5 17 (I,
Socrlllco $1,499. Con
,wedding r(r*g. whIto
F
t. Fiberoood. $650/ollor. Call
win call back_______ I
20fr34»010BccU»
1*
dollvor; 420-6350
‘o W d f ' $ 7 S T
IASS FED BEEF
p o p u p tralK
oord 70
208-934-9761 T e ^
fomi with outboor
■94 Flair, Cfass 'A* ^
cam p o r loi
Call
208-850-1672.
g ^ &1.30tb.
», (Ish
'’P- Evlnrudo,
= f BEDROOM SET: Bod.
‘
3 0 '., q u e en Islond w/INNEBAGO
ih
> Bor D Ranch
bike, sta ndd otone
i
*96 34', '
twsJohnson
rolls, drossor. mirror. ■«
bod,
microwave.
T O P S O D L4
Mick up c am era, 69
814
■ CallII208-731-9930.
20
■ kotboll hoc
wop. misc.
Horse 5 % hp. trc
nlghlstand. Now. nov- ,
top oir , generator,
hoi
...................
'
srwwmobilei
twurs on tho genoro"“«•
motor, trailer. c(
aza .
or oponod. Ust $899, L aw n A n d G a r d a n
stereo, (ulty looiJod,
^tor.39K
r
____________J______ For.saio______
.
324.67.16______________
,oia S t -------- G ro a t-co n d .- $2.
$2,600. n r — sncrillco - S399. C o n 5 S .” o n 's o to ihls week
,
Pramlum soil, no rock
f ' w aa ti
a te B g y "
dolivor. 420-6350.LSS alurdoy
Cell 20S-S36-6325
only $21,995,
MR
325-------— U SED SHELLS—
TVWN FALLS
Pfteod flflht •
Al ROTOtlLLINO
---------'9 6
Coachm an
7om-3pm. BOAT MOTOR
iR . 7 8
FKa m o a t tnicka.
Wood mowing,
WANTED
CHIFFARO0E 1909s
,...
Poihlinder.
Class ^
appilonc»8..
rktorcury
9.8.
Ilko
t
He
now,
—
Soloctlon-Quollty—
original. S I .100. 3
C idia)tw ta.i2i2.L
Blade work
(2) Mlnii
■
’C*
28’.
Q
ueen
bed,
—
).
dothos.
$500.
Call
324-011
■0106,
.
-L
ow
Prices•
— '
piece,
white
tw in
IDiimp Truek/Loodor.
•My Clasainod Salaa
prolori
jlorobly younger
to y s 4 lots
i mlBcelgenerotor. stoops 8.
8 ol
b e d ro o m aet, dosk,
eoi
R
Anywhere In Iho
^ut
a will do.
t,lng 4 ------- ” » a « - t 5 2 5 ------BOATS G 3 (Ishin
lut any
lonoous.
—
air. microwove, nice
" fo p .a a such a grool
drossor with mirror,
• Magic Valley.
.
fvay
pontoon dock bboats CAMPER 8 h overshot,
ol.
coach.
Special
^fob tWtft my ad. my
:08-731-4766.
4 9 S P a rk w
a Circle
Antiques AndII.
S350. C all 733-6727
golf cart aokJ or} tho
C an208-32^4631. |
■‘ ---- ------------ now In stock. Yen'
'om aha lully self contained,>d,
>
1
0
0
*27.995,
leave m e ssa g e.
|L
m tphorto caar
Collectibles
j3 Saturday
owned co., highh q
quail- rolrlg.,
slove/ovon,>n.__ >81 J a m b o r e e Class
4TE0
I TW IN FA LLS
■
—
WANTEl
■Jack K TMn Falladoy, 8amty, (ontaallq prt
prteosi bothroom. Call 324-24-__ -c* 24', m ade down
LAWN MOWER riding.
Any Older
Old Kawasaki
COUCH
&
LOVESEAT
A BUEUTA'S
;tionol so(a
Check tt out lodoy.
lo<
5603 alter 6pm.
w:th
750H2
__ __ bed , sloops 8. good
)H2 or Kowosokl
ton. 2 o n d tablos, I
I' occossorios. 16.5
3 dHjr
--------------------------------ANTIQUES '
Iners, singki
1-668-343-6203.
Call u a to d a y
_
hp.
sooHl
—
tiros,
couch.
2
swhcolloo
loblo.
Exc,
!!| Coil Olter '6 pm
---------- --W ESTERN WILDER208-734-0844.
„
, Opon Tuos.. Fri. 4 Sot
"*
ol chairs, 4 KW
733-0931
1
« x t2
cond, S40Q, 734-3163' _£!
R V or NESS ’92 soil con-IJJI.
ij®'bSSTk™ CONSIGN yoor RV
O non gonorator set.
80(
to am to 6 pm
> 0 0 .^ 8 -3 6 6 3 ax t. 2
LAWN MOWER Toro
208-3
i
Boot to Idaho's
<
i'8#1
tolnod, 10', hydraulic'
COUCH/LOVESEAT 4
^push, vriih roor b a g g o r
I
Sun. noon lo S pm,
_____
os
auhs'
Volume Conslgnm
tnmoni {ack. S4.700. Alplnllte
E N L r rE '6 3 21’ 5*
—--------------------rims,
liros,
d in in g
sol. Si.500,
n.
s r
^ .P
256 S. 300 E
oltachmont.
good
WANTED
jnth-99, g w . soil conDoolorl SoventI
m eel. B8« contained
— •-----TED AJI trap a.
a m p s, cor CCb Dlaver'
Golf 733-9356 oftor
BartHarbaugh
cond. $60. 324-2079.
New or
or okJ.
c tocol buy- • spoiler. muH
uinar M nHeavon flV 4 Mon
,<arine. talned, (its oxi. c abJ :
(across Irom M oss*
rllh sftower, gas/elecS p m o r 731-5703,
—
Motora ,
,ricIc rolrigerator, oven
rolum iS^S
1-888-348-6844
844
pickup or stondord,
iSh. Calt 208-731orator more
G roonhousos)
--------------------------------- LAWN
LA
MOWER Y ard
>1. a
Meridlon. 1-866-3Dowtown W n d ttt
AC,
B-543 - monuot jodt. S7.800.to.
iC, exc. cond. Ready
leave messoge.
S92 A dam
Call 420-1240
. DINING ROOM SET
Bi by Yardman. 8.5
Bug
21S!£S SL_
,6203 Boise or■20820
Both In oxc. cond.id.
20eS36^X
lo > gol $3,750. 734----- 9 ploco, S500, Plooso
h( w/boggor. $ 5 0 0 .
hp
WANTED
lED Any oW esWENDELLS a t
4
343-6203 doalei
alOf788-4778 or 461-2004^
I
‘ 163
635 or 731-4567.
_C
Call 735-9515.
toios.. potiory,
f
picS u n . 9 am.
B I R T H D A Y II coil 208-8e6-7l22.
n. 3 (amity
, Indian
Hems,
sa le. Antlqu<
luos, (umlTROY'*
DINING TABLE Oak. 2 ROTOTILLER
RC
PH O T O S
«. horse lock,
loro, Jowekin
ory tMxes,
BILT
,>-0''*^
arm choirs ond 4 rogBI with otlochm onl.
Have you torgotion
ory. quilts, tools,
b ran d nam
S500.
McCulkDCh
jowolory.
0 ewomen's
ulor choirs. $500. Bed
S!
and tokens. Call
ctothoo, some
methir>g for
choin
saw. $125. Call
quoon
ci20,
S75.
cf
10 pickup your
124-4721 or 208ovorybodyl
734-2170.
D rafting tab le, $50.
7:
t)lnhcio/ photos?
1221:___________
, 3 6 0 4 * AVI
801^8 ' •
539-4721
^ve. W.
Coll 208-320-1224 ,
Wo hovo som o
______
. WANTED
ED opprox. 350
A fM ' '
pliolos wo oro suron
ENTERTAINMENT
I iscellaneous
.M
good usod
us
treated/
you d o n fw o n t us
CENTER large Oak.
Bled 8 ' X 3 rt •
- ' ATVl
FbrSale
umreoled
V iiy ji
$200/oller, M attreta
to loss. T hoso con,
dowolI ri
rolled polos. ' ' ■ " ■ ----•
a
t
king,
nowor
plltow—
bo pickod up at
120 dowel 5* X
-iso/am yAiTVonttio
T\
MOO/o(ror w w llt_
.___________ Tho Timoa-Nows _____top.
_
K '.fltf.ran ;/n _ _____ __________
■ef?totpi»f-ffijnks-ro my-----Classitiod Dopl.
>S-N0W9’
m atlross
sot. Call
O
aamihoeiassiltodsr
i
Ift
-Thofosa
so S.
208-324-6693.
-MIC. J. F,lcr.
-IHgQHabitat fo r H um anity
^ is ED Big sc re e n '
Twin Fait
a aaallled ...li w o rk a t
WANTED
% ENTERTAINMENT
Is now occopttng tfonaor oppUances
C la a a irta d ..lt
.Itw orfcal
Call u s today
y,
CENTER, Oak. S150.
ttons (or our surm nor
ng ropolr. Coll
C all u a to<
to d a y
733-0831 0*1.2
O ak. g la ss top, side
ART & ANTIQUE
IS L ___________
733-0931 e x t 2
ex t. 2
ta b le. $30. (2) love _ 800-6S8-38S3
8C
AUCTION.
ED G ot SKIS?
800.658-3683
8 3 a r t. 2
j.
a « at. a o fa /alee p era, n c i
Ploaso chock Iho attic
$75, Oak. gtass^lop.
or donoto thot old
-w
a
m
iu
y
A
ATVseHa
-.
lO uso except to
to b te. $75. Computer
ca
painting and como
CaIt208-732-5371.
dul
gontho
1 dust. Colt 208„ L T ^ , Fla
' m so
,0
dosk, $30. Att Items or —
shop lor 0 now ono lo
BEER KEO COOLER
420-4844
b o si oiler, 423-5287,
roplaeo II on July 2 0 ”.
Tuinks
Holds 7 gallon keg. 1
'
Call Undo 734-1057^
£D Hondo Iroll
ClossUlod
KING
PILLOWTOP
yo° oW. $350. C all
Bdar
yoor
or Cofol 734-8349.
S239, m otlress ond
20i
I. Fllor2PB.736.Q56;.
_______
Building housos.
tx3x sot. Novor used,
it wortcal
Oullding hopol
Factory waeronty. Con :AR BEAT Brttox. oxc.
C all u a toe
today
f li
cond? $85. W ad d in g w a n t eiD
d
deliver. 420-6350.
802
aa pum pa o r
733-0931 a)
dreaa, loss thon 2 0 '“
LOVESEAT
Ftoral
yn
atio
n
Items.
800-680-3883
M
e x l. 2
yrf
okJ.
gorgoousi
0
**
Appliances _ print. $75. Drossor 8 Si2
Size 26. S200. Volo
Top mor
<1 Kodloc
fJ iS
S S ^ 2 7 4
YAMAHA -01
B
drowor wiih mirror.
Tn
Trall-a-blka
u so d
Tony 206BEER KEG COOLER
206-666-0274.
uitram olte,
$2,100.
one
onco. $80. VorKtox u , . » , T r•0
n
Holds 7 gallon kog. ”1 .- $100. Colt 732-5428
TO BUY
Y am ah a ’0 0. $1,800.
canopy. 12x 12. now l
vYoung boy
yoar ok). S350. Coti
324-3168 or 260-2259
26
MATTRESS SET.
- $85.
S I An Hom* oro b o st
208-736-0562._______
_
Full Onhopodic. $99.
ollt
o ll.r.C IH 3 < .0 6 a2
YAMAHA -05 V
YFX450.
REFRIGERATOR GE.
:.
• Brand now. Con
condition.
^i?i .« ^ n ii) f^ ^
oxcollont
co
: r i b great cortdliion.
(o b e obio
white S250.
O lth'•- dollvor. 208-420-6350.
^ 0 1 0 linlsh his
$5 ,5 0 0 . Coll1 Ken
1
ot
Includos m otuoss a n d
4H proje
WMhor
Konmoro.
! ' NASA
MEMORY Ooil
il
beddings, S8 S.
731-4409.
bolgo, £50. R a n g e.
FOAM m attros# sot. Bull
Bum In dishwoshor. _____ ...
bolflo.M S. 734-0516,•
_
Con(orms to body. Prl£
Frigldolro. boigo, g o o d ® » ® • •
Now in ptasllc. Ust con
STOVE Elociric, goodd
cond., $35/oKor. Coll M M O eStf Ia i » ^ ' y i n f e i j f i i
Jl__ S1499.Sacriric« $499,— 208
208-73a-6573 ■ -----'■
---------------- corw t.-liko-now .-C all—
420-6350 c a n doilvef
HARLEY DAV
734-0S44 ottor 6 pm.
^VIDSON
WIN FALLS
1200
in o'
size electric,
AUCTION
BEO
PILLOWTOP
STOVE RCA. Ilko now,r QUEEN
'
in
nt
condition.
“ •
,[
$109.
mottroeo
and
.
Ani
Antique
4
collecllblo
digital, whito. SI 75.
condlUon,
r
bost
offer.
box
se
t
b
ran
d
new,
nl£
night*lorgo estateColl 20B-735-1462.
>11 208•C»-734.fiil74
$3,600,
Call
loctory worronty. Can Wa'
W a'ra b u ra lln fl* tth «
Call206-at 7pm.
WASHER,' Whirlpool.|dollvor 420-6350,
SEi
BEAM8 w/new quoon
SOS. Oryor, Whirlpool,
Anno poster bod 4
LIFT lor
kVIDSON
>r ai scooter. HARLEY DAVI
S75. S(ov«, gos, $60.' REFRIGERATOR
■
irmoiro, now colloo &
G o e s on
•w RUer.
flbbro ck o lo u to ,
'0 8 O yna Low
Whirlpooi,
side by
Dry«r. g a s. $75. Colli
ond tablos. ontkiuo
Ilko now
w oi
ond easy to
3K. lolso(o(extras.
sWo. S500. Oryef,
20S-735-9379.
couch, round
u so , Altt pons
por Included
!-0277 or I
$12,500. 312-0
Whirlpool.
works
'lointlng
“'f
WASHER/DRYER Sot.■ gfOOt, $ 100. 543-5674
O rdinalI co
cost $4,500.
_208-673-SS2S.
^oak table. Serpentine
S200 or will soli so p a - drossor w/wishbono.
Asking $2,500
$2.£
or best
***«*«**«
rale.
R ofrld ara to f,. SLEiGH
{
iron wogon w h o o ts r
oiler. 208-;
BED solid
Iro
!08-734-1994.
KAWASAKI ’01 :
>od». dressers, co uch
----sklo-by-sklo.
S300.
wood, brand new. slill
bodi
. *SCOOTER
oxc.
cond., never I ___________________
Siovc. oioctrtc, S125.
In box. List S69S. soil
84tovo 8 o o l,o ak
all
; mohths oW.
~ n a great,
grc
w p iim c .,
R ^ tro to r.
S150I S249, Con deliver.
>pt bars. W
^
■
Rack lo haul
original, oxoopt
TOOLS- power saw .
™
Coil 208-420-e350,»
T0(
*31-2001 I
■
I
;o ( c o r .$ l000.
$1,300. Call 731
^
■
WASHER/DRYER,
4 SOFA
S
iii 404-3304,
* * * * * * * *r * * * *
Novor used.
bumor o lactrlc alo v e,
paU
S550
osking.
^rTWwor 4 tons mom’.
SCOOTER
Ir
Rovoo HONDA '0 2 CR125,
C
working. Tlrod 0 ( took$350. W om ens bicy,Monday 6:30
oxc. condition,
n, never ^
M
■
■
oloctrfc, grgroat cond.
Ing at thom in tho
i
cle.
S25, 734-7568.
rac ed , FM F pipi
•ipo. Coll
loho Auction B am
holder (orora cor>o, tocotohodi Toko ono o r all,
Wood Slone
7 3 4 -4 0 7 7 o r316
116-1635
_ 1II6 M E Id r* lg e
$350. Call 208-731- 8
ent
Center |- "
"
3604Kg,nson.
[sm
' '
I______ ^
II
1
SS2
^
Then"e’s n o plai
2 ce like ho
I ■ I
I--'
FAX YOUR I
' J c S ^ P'CLASSIFIED
BulMlnfl Waterfito J
CINDER
BLOCKS
novor UMd. quantity
01350, Sl 0 0 .8X 8x1 6
Call 2Q0-a37-6243.
WOOD 2x4. 2x6 4 4x6
som o plywood. W ood
burning c o o k a to v *
Call 206-431-1567,
Cl
AJR
CO N D m O NER.
^
nearly now W lndchaser
9000
BTU.
‘
ponoblo.
H as
od^
justoble
therm ostat
v.
wllh
romolo conlrol.
C pare rww a t over
Com
$
$600.
S400/o(fer. Coil
_2
208-732-5093________
V
T ill
riMES-NEWS
CL
CLASSIFIED
p ,r -|
LlEPARTMENT
^^ '
nnt
>08-734-5538
TAURUS PT99.
PT
0mm.
x)l8lor 4 om■5. BERETTA
M c ^ o e Titoh,
ih : 380 colholsler 4
almost now.
lah onJy. 206
: ^ ‘ffl*-.n45,
■
IH
■ H H H
KAWASAKI *02
t2
I
1600 Nomad.. 22.4 0 0 1
mitoa. Im m acu
o u ia ta.I
SZOOO worth o01l ex -1
traa. $8,700. M
I uat I
m I CaB 734-3;
-3344. I
=
m
eH
'____________ .
m les-Nsim
maginvalley.ttom
*•
___________________________Sunt
S u n d a y ,im 6,2005
m l I r0
/
MB
Class
ssifled Line Ad
ds
.
5
/
Tlmo»Ma«n.T
,T W fiM s .W > o
LINEiS
t o DaAYS
'
^
1I 5
■ForlU
ling up tO'$1000 (^
items under or addh
(Maximum o f 4 item
m
S2 eoch a'ddlthnal line.
ie.
Privflff Pflrty on/)'.
)
Pets and
md m ert/iand/je onty.
nesNews Call
III 733-0931 Ext.2
.1 or800-658>388
E83exts2
T h e T im
magit
Uvallmy.iom
i0 0 9
. Sunday, June 5,
i
5,2005
lo o e -' :
;
1 0) 0o e
jSwil>|t o d H y y
I T H E \CESONBRj
^
m dge”
I '
Bobby1
by Wolff
"
JAYCO '93 loki
oM down.
an appls.
w !soo?^'m
733-4852
“T T —
KIT '0 0 Sun (
0 24'.
W ILDERNESS '00
2
bunk bod model,. nice
nl
features, oxc. cond.
cor
C an a o e al 653 Trot,
Tn
ee a t
Drive. Sacrtflea
1
316-4841
_
'
CASE '01 252 doublo0
drum, vibrating rollor.
[•
37*
drums.
2200
hours. $5,000/ o r bost
°
oHor. Coll 208-308-I!
■
FORD '00 F-350 Reg.
Cab. 1 ion. 4x4. AT.
AC i more. S upor
Super CleanI
Flat
CHE’
lEVY '95 Suburban,
vory
ory ckian. orte ownor.r. (Call 420-3970.
-u -,
lEVY '0 6 T ahoe,
S S u to T ax C om .
'idXlaho
ilssion Is occepUrtg
ds. Minimum bkl,
bids
2,500. Call R o sa at
)8.736-3040. Inforatlon and bid form s
at:: iatcsalos.idaho.gov.
it
------EVY '0 0 T ahoe,
;4. $11,995. Can
18-786-2225 dir.
^
rrr*
i ir
^particularly by a n unpassei
E>earMr.W ol(r:
is e d h a n d .
^ T s i « " p a#* 6 aoll
c o m p e ti*
contalnod,
fVnd all ju m p r a is e s in co
W hat do you thin
sioreo. W IL D E R N E SS'96
2
hink about Rusinow An
V rL
7658 dayo. 208-423-1s rT S W iiif
owning. AC. IU sed 8
B S Lllo 5* w'hool.
ho
6999 evenings.
Lion should a lw ay s be weak
. ■. leads? A re youI aa:fan of leading top tioi
Umos. $10.60(
---------------------------------iOO. Call
O roal for smaller pickpic
of a sequence! as
at opposed to the
324-9502 Of 32324-4059
up. roor dinette, w
vory s t e e l BED 2 0 ft., 732-8099 or 734-3600'
OcarM r.W oIfT:
second card inIa isequence?
Clean. $8,995. all
Call1BBP hoJst.
sllagoa FORD 7 8 C ourier
Dc
• K rr *03 Exlromo a r s "wo-outs
886-343-6203. dir.
r- ,^
skies. Air lock taUSmall pickup, runs.
[^an you ex p la in th e terni
TO Crawl< whool, dbl. SIkl
SwIdRlnKUM
Ute L «ad. C o lu m b ia . S.C. Cai
gato. good corKfitlon,.
neods somo wotk.
ing
ng Staym an to n ie please!
ise? Does
JJ''®'
*
$2,500,206-352-11581
$ 3 0 0 ,208-43e-8505.
ANSWER: Again
ainst n o -tru m p the itt apply
a
to a n auction in wh:
which the
g o n jo o u s ^ ar
1006
.
IFO R D -55
.................. ...... = —
a f l.
id e a o f leadinn g th e k in g from Sta
*23,750. CallII i.s«««stayman b id d e r followsS uup with
jn A lL E R 2 yoar oi
F8 tnick.
346-6844. dir.
«
Ttucto
strong ace>king
g o r king-queen sc* twc
wo spades?
•— ^------4 ‘x8'. sldo board
1
Call 208-431-1567.
mpanlon.
lights. *400. Call 208.
20i
--------------------------------- •
I n q u ir in g M lnda, Dan
: q uences and the
(
ie queen
from w eak'
D«DVi.l.,nL
m
CHEVY
'01
M
Ion
4x4,
I
FORD '86 Extondod' j f l H
H. g o o d
737-9178 aftor 5pm.
> I d n ^ u e e n sequ<
quences d o e s have
—:—
$17,095.
Call
208.
c ab , 4x4,302 ongino, DOOC
,.
cortd., oorttorr kitchon
|i
■ ............. DGE '02 D urango.
m S W E R : C la s s ic a l Cra
788-2225 dir.
chairs * TRAILER 6M x 10
1
campor shell.- G ood
3 " seat.
t
n to
I a ce rta in chann
t i t B ut r u stick AN
brawling
with tobios & ct
d o th . V-8.
---------------------------------~ liras, stereo. Coll 208S. :stools,
flatbed. $850. Coll
Ct
o nty21K.
ty :
$16,995.
U fiB C e o f
snack bars &
>tayman u s e s th e s e g[upi
' with traditional
)1 rm ethods. Advan- Sta
CHEVY '0 2 Avnlanchoj ,. 734-2064.___________
rv. elOC208.536.5423.
------- 4x4. $20,005. Call ;tayman follow ed W T wno^hearts
nplex m ethods tend Sta.
tages from compli
ow taflk. u n U T Y TRAILER
i
FORD '86 F-250. V6. 5
P IR i ^ ^ C A L
=
1
2*
208-788-2225
dir.
»
a w e a k / i a n d wi
imal, and a n y acci- too show
i
to be infinitesim£
With no
$3,000 o r boat
■at offer,
whool. alt stool con*
cor
---------------------------------CAHaALCS
spd. $550 Dodge 7 6
'
m ^ o rs .
Call 208-837.911
)ffor. CHEVY 7 1 Projoct
;ame i n te r e s t a n d bothI m
d e n t will wastee tthe good re s u lts gar
a i2 L ___
stnictton. $500/offo
1 ion, AT. $850. Both
ww.procticatusod
pickup. V> ton. 396 bigI
run good. 731-79^35
ww\
2 0 6 -4 ^ » 5 0 .
'ects two
KOMFomr ‘or'225 'with
)pener p a s s e s , o r correci
^ f o r the n ext two>yi
years!
Op«
.
block. AT. now tiros. cars.com
hea
learts to tw o s p a d e s with
FORD
'89 F-150 XLT.
Call
SV;
Best offer. S43.4601.
F
oil 206-736.4481.
3 2 -K aa
ie majors. S t^jonan foUov
| i -------------------------------------- Uhe
•
4x4. AC, PW, 3 02.-5 _ _ _ _
D c iF M n W o lirr
10 '00 Expioror
iL
CHEVY ’8 7 Silverado■ speed. $3000, Call
wo spades is m o re controv
With A K-10-2, ¥ A-Q-6-4-3, ♦ lo; two
T.
loadod,
low
r o v e r s ia l.
§ " wheel, super
=
7
pickup
(or
parts,
good
wr Slide!
■ '
n
206-543•460t._______
J.. 67K. Kelly Blue
body, and llros $ 200. nee as a
roar Utchen r
♦ A-Q-7-4, I ope
>pened o n e h e a rt, I like
HI to u s e th e sequenci
N O T IC E
FORD
'93 Ranoer 4x4.
Book
ok $11,000. /Vsking
Call 20B- 734-8697
f
lild invitation with five spa
s p a d e s in
ne-spade overcall. mil(
and h e a rd a oneCiaaalfled
• $3,995. Call 208$9.50
500.420-6169. .
CHEVY -04 Silverado.
n unbalanced
hand, bu t; all sorts
Ised to tw o h e a rts, an
t
My p a rtn e r ralsei
n » i» . $0 ,005. Can
c 1.
Adveetlaera
^ ID '9 0
Bronco,
4x2. H ton. super cob. "
eas<M3-6203,, d<r.t
ts make
' and m y RHO joini
3ined in w ith three off a lte rn a tiv e tre a tm e nIts
•94 F-250 XLT.
rodrta
t/ton, 302 auto. 70K
tong bod. 350 AT. FORD
'
2 7 s'*
P lo aso chock your
runs, may need llllle
on molor.
toadod.
ense too.
SALEM '01 'Z.
tould I h a v e bid scni
d ia m o n d s . Shou
loadedf vory cloon.
wori<.
$2500/olfor.
Eddie
die Bauor Edition.
od lor accuracy Ihe
wheel, auperr slideIhe
n jn s grontl $5000.
gam e, o r ju st con
competed to th re e
208-934-9572._______
Callfo
Ilfomio
SUV.
out. AC, awnln(
Jng. mlflrst day It runs.
Call 208-734-6607
»carMr. WoIfT:
ast call w ould not Dca
h e a rts ? T hat last
800.731-6057.
crowavo, ono 0
Tlmos-News will
■' '
FFORD 'B8 F-150 XLT.
irbndge,
used twice. $v
esterday, play in g rubber
b
would it?
Yesi
' be an invitation,, wi
Dkl
4x4. ext. cab. V8. AT.
GMC
3 '00 Yukon XL
L ftflir* '
rosponslbte
Call 1-886-346-8
u p a h a n d th a tt left
le m e
iCveler. M o n te re y , Cniir.
I picked
pi<
air. $4.600/olfer. Call
$15.9
Lcve
5.995, Call 2 0 8 .
for any errors
208-308-6055________
788-2
}-2225 dir._________
Id 4k 3,
SALEM *01 26'
2J
5*“
roportod on the first
StU(
luck fo r a b id . I held
tr 7 J 9 T
Whool. super
_doy.of.pubiteatlon_
—EORD.'fifi.E^lSa.EddiO— G M C
________ ANSW ERiJ:he.S(
3_'01_Vukon_SLT.________
Lsecret-w hfiD-the__ .«_/
f_A-9-6,-#-A-7..6-4,-*.A-K-7
---------o u trre a rk ltc h o n
Bauer. 351. AT. 4* lift,
looth<
ther, 4x4. pow er
P loasoC alt
op ponents compe
ipete to th e m axi- rcsp
ime-forcAC.
owning,
jsponded tw o clubs (game
33"
tires, 3‘ oxhaiist.
rooff &
I morol $19,999.
Short b e d.stopskfo.'
;
733-0931
vhen mv
ciow avo. ono '•owner!
o
m um level (so you
/ou haye no space ing)
lg) to one s p a d e , a n d whe
let
chip, vory clean.
07201
4x4. V 8 .5 cpood
j
—
T u J
$15,750. Call 11-88860K.
$9.000/oHor.
Wm
«. for a g a m e -tryf)) iis to d o u b le to pari
firtner bid t h r e e spades,
manual, AC, cruise,
‘
^______ lo o a .- .? :,'- 'r '
Call 208-320-1065.
2<
j'.'
PS
.
PB.
ABS.
tut.
_I
ry, called a Maxi- no
i
, .show a game-try,
0 idea
h o w to a d v a n cee., W hat
SANDPIPER '03
disc & c assotto.
g,
: m ai D ouble. Thei
hen th r e e h e a r ts woui
ould you s u g g e st?
with sikfe. AC.
732-60
8099 or 734.3800*
j’.^ '
, Koy lum olf p a s-'
oround
Imiiira. N.Y.
crow avo, walk oi
com petitive, and
; becom es purelyr c«
U p w a rd ly M obile, Elm
so n g o ra lrb a g .
||
q uoon bed. 01
tioc
Plum with gray
^
: bars p a rtn e r from
m ireraising.
ENGINE
'65
Pontlai:
ahower. power ]
tjorInterior.
ExccDoni
lii
M
9
.
compleloly
overANS
NSWER: S in c e p a rtn e r’ss tnreet
u se d iwico. $ i8
GMC
'01 K2S00 quad
condltfon. 81.000
«
houlod. ready for ininspades,
C all 206-S44-780
£pad
lade call p ro m is e s goodIsp
D e a r M r. Wolff::
cab. 4x4. 6.0 liter. V8,
stall. 788-2768 eves.
s.
miles, $9,000.
<
nice
truck!
Only
east one
s i e r r a 'b a 33
ivould n eed to m ake a t leas
If m y RHO ovei;;falls
9al my p a rtn e r’s
I woi
Caa Don ot
^
SE A T S bucket ( y ^ .
$14,477.
iTT2021.
JE E P> '00
'I Grand
206-544-2515.
’
Qm-try. M y ch o ic e would
opening bid, shou
lould I u s e w eak- slan
^
N ow upholstery, never
Toiioo. V8. AT.
I
S S 5 i.? ii/S
■P99>m H H
ChorO
^le.
Dietrich. Idoho
u so d . Earfy 70's stylo.
mp to five s p a d e s to foci
ju m p res p o n s e5S?
s ? O r is t h e r e a Jumj
1. loaded. $14,488
OCUS on
He pack. AC, ow
$100,208-328-4446.
him to
microwave. $14,
irtner’s s p a d e s . I needI hi
b e tte r m eaning foi
for jum ps in new parti
or 734-3800*
m
3 37 CHEVY >99 « ton. 4x4. 2732-8099
l
r
suit
I
1-866-346-6844.1
__________
<•
Dl-R.
TOYOTA
22R.
good
, suits?________ •__________________bidd £slam w ith a one-loser s
* J t ______
S
$10,995. Call 208*
g g -----788^222rair.________. CHEVY
ci
Ilopplr
ppinff M ad, A lb a n y . Go.
th itili
'04 2S00 Duraiiik'fie^H oiild'appreciate't
max,
crowcab. 18.000
www.
rw.practlcatused
have
ive at m ost a sm all doublet
lleton m
owning,
micros
owave
G oodrich Ad Terrains
Jns DODGE '02 crow c a b ,
"
mis.,
white,
shortbox.
cars.com
Ooof
Uko
now.
$400.
Call
:^ l
diesel 4X4 2500. AT.
"
•tove. doublo
ANSWER: I hate
te w eak-jiim p re- spad
ades for th is auction.
runnirtg
boards.
call11206-736-4481.
2
208-280-0345.
___ CC, P% CD, AC.
2
wtth roar bath.. (y o a t
: s p o n s e s if the'oj
'o p p o n e n ts a r e
$35.300.537-6579.
on.
41K. > ^ 5 ,9 0 0 . Call
floor plan. $9.
W.995. W HEELS Sol 01 4 con.
*** * * * * * * * * * *
9^Sm
1 0 reason to pres ilent — I see no
1-888<343-6203.C
ow
208^7^-8523.
-!
I- dir.
leillno w heels w/now
'86 5 sp d . B s s a
em pt o u r side out
lut of the auction
•SB bv
P 2 4 5 e o R-14. Grand
SNOW VILLA *06
12? D O ^ E '02 O u ^ Cab MrrSUBlSHl
groat mpg. runs good. ■ 0 9
Bl DbL
Am
radlals. $400.
lents have shown
NU-WA 6* Wtiool.
when th e opponen
d M o l. $25,995. Call
S lor Info. 734-9510 ■ ■ ■
Call
r ,o a Sm oko tinted light
alido-ouis.
four
I"*
208-788-2225
dir.
iT 539-9519._________ J E E P' '0
no sign of bidding,
'01 C herokee
ng. But w h en th e ifyou*
or
nj would lib) lo conUicI Uobby WoIH e-nui
hm.li bim >i
ao n pkg.. AC. awr
iwning.
c ow ara front 4 roar for --------------------------------tod. heated s e a ts ,
UiU or double, us- bob&rm
opponents overcall
w r OOOGE '9 2 Dakota, PROBLEMS
pc
16,750.
8 0 's Cam aro. Other
microwave. $ 16,
GETTINQ
12.486. #2766.
C am aro & Trans Am
\m 4W 0. V-8. AT. sholl.
Cc]))Tiaht zqos. UnilcO F u tu re Syndlmk.
»k.lnc.
1.888-346-8844 (il,.
dl
^ ing a ju m p a s weali
eak m akes sense,
FINANCINQ?
ts.
tots ol others. $3500.
-
■ttnllllll
™
1 ^
m
3^01
I
l e i :i
W
b a to n fd v N l
^
--------SPORTKINO '82' 22 f n.
5* whool, oxcel
condllion,
awr
bath/show er. $4.1
Coll 208-543-607(
w r . ..
.
! 1 ^ 1 Trailers
a
TOwT I T r a i e f s
p a rta . 700 R 4 trana.
T-S standard trana.
IS.
Call 206-306-0867.
5|
734-5153/420-2625.
DODGE '9 8 ext. cob.
4x4. dkisel. AT, toaded. 210K. $13.800/Oftor. Call 208-280.1162
Call 733-1681 loday.
Latham's
l-SOO-Car-Loan.
“
TOYOTA
-ao 4x4, oxt.
TO
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2001
traced. ^Onty $1,999,
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j n c 5 , 2005.
Sunday, Jui
Whenyyour
pet ma]
akes
you su
iick
T h c ic ls n o m o r ccheartw
ht
orm *
ing p ic tu re ih an that
lat o( f a yo u n g
child h o ld in g a new
w ppu p p y .T h e
Joy a n d h ea lth ' bcncl
:nel!ts o f p e t
ow n e rsh ip for (he1 d d e iiy a n d
In ilrm c d also arc2 weU
w
docum e n tc d .
Pets
u n c o n d itio n a l love t
p a n io n s h lp a n d hi d pp child ren
Icdm responsibility
i d co m ty an
p assion.
H pw cvcr, it is Im ppor
o rta n tto re alizc th a t anim als m
miay h a rb o r
l e r d ise a se s
S iat c a n b e tiansmnltted
ltd to h u m a n s. T h is p hcn
le n o m e n o n ,
w here a d ise a se isI transm
tn
itted
from a n im a l to humi
uman, is rcferrcd to a s zoonosis,
sis. Rabies is
o n e o f th e bcst-icn'ou
n'own exam pies o f zoonosis.
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Senior calendar
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Preschoolers Tanner
SchulU, 5, loft,
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Casen
Ault, 3, right,
H j |B | and
ar Trinity KImmett,
to play a t th e Kids
top,
Ct be Kids pre­
Can
school In Twin Falls.
A Yale University
study
has found that
sti
3- and 4'year*old9
get expelled from
preschool a t a rate
three tim es higher
than kids In
kindergarten
thi
through
Grade 12.
W-
K ;
1^9
T he ,
Tl
K )N b
b o
Marty
Ms
Bee
Seeker
1110 g o o d new s is tha
that sim ple.
c o m m o n s e n s e nrci
p recau tio n s
con p re v e n t thesc.uisc
liscoses a n d
p reserve t h e spcclol
.
lol relationship b e tw e e n pc«ss an
oj d d ie lr
people. T h e p eople m
moost a t risk
^
for dev e lo p in g udvcra
rcise elTects
fitim th c sc zoo n o tic diseasesare
disi
young c h ild ren , the dderty,
del
and
Im m u n o su p p re sse d ii
individuiles in tiic
ols. R e c e n t exam ples
news in v o lv ed 21 children
chL
In
Florida w h o contractct
cted E coli
infections fro m a local
x a l p e ttin g
__
zoo a n d th r e e hu m an tn
ifter recelvpatients w h o died aftei
Ing o rg a n s fro m a singl
Ingle d o n o r
w ho w as believed to3 have
hi
con__ _
tra ctc^ th e disease
le fro m a
X l/V ,-,,
h a m ste r p u rc h a s e dl aat a p e t
store. Reptiles, os well
veil a s ani^
m als a t p e ttin g zoos, <
----- transm it a- bacteria-cal
“
- e x p e l
m oneila, w h ic h causcs
g astrointestinal Hig/»nci»
ise.
irasite th a t
By Loretta Bur
O n e c o m is o n paras
Jurkhart
con olK n o zU in als and
id p eople is
TIm«»41«wa wwir i te r
-------------------------------------elaidia. M o s t p eople bcc
b e o im c ln fcctcd w ith giardiaI detit h e r by
TWIN FALU
LL5— T hink Wgh school Ls
ingestin g t h e p arasite
site (often
a t o u ^ n e igjhhbt o rh o o d ?
from co n ta m in a ie d wat
< r)o rb y
v a te
A notionw
w it
ide study done by Yale,
dirdct c o n t a a w ith an
i fe a e d
an in
University ha£
l a s fo u n d that prcschool
peison. T h e re arc strains
lin so fg iair
students — ty
typt lcallyS or4 years old —
'tUa t i u t Infect only dogs
o g so rcats.
a re cx p eU ed1aott a ra te m ore th a n diree
but th e re is th e potcn
Mcntial .for
tim es th at oiff ch
c ild ren In klndurgnrten
I
dogs a n d c a ts (o servelaass a re s e rthrough h i gtlhsc
s h ool.
I
voir for gtordia that can
coi infect
Kicked ouut t o f preschool? Not a t
hum ans.
s sch o o l
Chris D im n‘ss<
F u rth erm o re, dogs» aain d M U
While th e fin
fir d in g s come as "no sur--------- caniKcomeJnfccicdJro
n n , w h o n ip‘=viHc
h»
Jn)tTLiheit!___priscH to.D iuin
hu m an c o m p a n io n s an
and th e n
Kids Prcschool
>ol in IVvIn Foils, expelling
pass it o n to others, l■Ib
b prevent
i
a d iild f r o m ppre
n sch o o l isn't acceptable.
pets from acq u irin g die
i i e Ih u n ; ^
E xpulsionI is
1 th e eq u iv a le n t' o f
susins o f g ia rd ia keepptoU
to etlids
“throw ing kids
d s away," said D unn, a n d
dovm to p re v e n t anino]
mols from
a s a n advocat<
:a(e o f eariy intervention
drinking fro m th e colic
oUct bowl
th ere’s “n e v'eer"
r b e e n an expulsion
and m ak e s u r e th at any
ii fe a e d
ly ln
th ro u s h o u tth
h ee school's three-year hishum a n s w a s h their hanc
lands after
,ory.
using th e toilcn. A nother (
a e a r ly ,n otta
to iic a rly d iild lio o d e d u (,
tatlve m e o s u re for pctj
'
restrict th e m from « di
“ S v T t t u :ud d y fo und that p reschool
from p o n d s, stream s, {gutters.
boys an. cxpell^
cU<ki for m ore often th a n
and o th e r o u td o oorr w a te r
a n d ^ It
t iACrican-American d til|\j
sources.
d re n are ab oouuit tw ice as llkdv to b e
J
An invisible tiircQt, aippoo n d a ta
kicked o ut o f p rc sc h o o l as L itlno a n d
local park, c a n Just be le
in.
wrhilo children
wrldi giardia a n d y our dc
-T licse3-an<
m d 4-year-olds arc barely
you wrould n e v e r recogni
jg ito th o
o u t o fd la p c is.
3 . N o on e wants to tliink
t
danger th a t lurks a t the si
ab o u t Ihcso cliiild
h i re n being kickcd o u t
It Is b e n e r to c a n y a p<
o f sc h o o l.-th oe sstiid /s a u ilio r,W a lte rs . '
i
bowl a n d a w a te r bottle
tie i10 give
GilUam, a Dsvd
y c h o l o ^ t and associate
I
water to y o u r d o g w hen
icn It gets
rescard i s d e nn li
tist a t DieYole University
. thirsty.
, _______
ChlJd Study Cci
C enter, told the S an lose,
K eeping d o ^ away froi
S h d p
C a lir .,M e S uyyN. e w s .
door w ate r so u rccs i als
VmthI pr•escchciol
wny/ tots are motore likely tc
hers o f prusdioolers imike
montlj tenchei
rel
. O u tta h e re
hom e visits to h elp keep parents inth e ed u c atio n o f th e ir
I expulsion rates
.| • 4
children.
jschoolers ond
per 1.000 students, for presc
/-co m p o n e n t of-tlie liom c _- “ WndorgBrtonthrough'lSingn
-------A prim ary-c.
------graders. Ton"' '
J V 1 V J .I3
visit Is to help
;lp develop plans that enstates, Irtcluding Idaho, don't
Vt have public
courage readin
Jin g in tlie hom e,
Tgs ore by compreschool systems. (Ranking!
iicad Startt is n o t Just a preschool b ut
Ten states — includingg Id ah o
ratos): '
-4)lntd jveichOQl ox)4 K-12 rati
01 system s, a ch U d d ev dib
b rp m e n t program , V \ ^ n
don't have state p rcschool
d(
lile curriculum is designed
rv e y .
says.Andwhile
a rn d so were n ot in d u d e d Initliesu
ti
Stcta
PfMclw^
it
IM 3
icationul c o m p o n en ts to
widely from
around educa
Expulsion rates va rie d \vici
iK .. i l 8
Idefjo
No PmK
giiage, o n e o f I lead Start's
state to 8tate a n d setting to0 :settin g — cniiance langii.
s«
(ranks 46rh«;
Ives is giving youngsters a
>ms lo c ate d main objective
lowest in p resdiool da.ssroon
lo'
arn th e social skills neces.‘denil H ead ciiance to learr
in
in public .schools a n d th e fedi
1.N9wM«xico
21.10>
1.48
ted.
r-proiit a n d sary to succeed
Start
i>
t> proRmm. higlier in for-i
2. T«n(M«Me
12.&1
1
3.79
lliu s, heforc
arc unacceptable behav­
faith-afOiiatcd centers.
3. Maine
14.73
3
.068
i\
fal
io rs
•b e c o m e
Even In p n a d io o ls
fi. AlAtwmo
. 14.122
1.03
in su rm o u n ta b le in
1.47
%. OoUitan
13.04\
th a t cnn pick a n d
th;
Tie. North C«rollna
13.04
I
1.90
tykes. H ead Start's
cchh oose their s tu ­
7. Connecticut
12.31
I
1.18
E xpulsion is the
early clilldhood pro­
ddee n ts.
bchaviom i
6. Missouri
12.02i
0.70
g ra m
provides
pP^roblem s seem to '
9. Washington
8.731
3.71
Jiapncfi.nntiirallv
—______ equivalent o f
hn
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aan
n d on a dally basis.
t.L,
Nevada
9.48 I
2.28
p ra m m in g
for
^h ro w in g kids away,’
\At Agape Lliristian
12. VirBlnIa
10.35i
1.49
low -incom e
chil­
School in *l\vln Falls,
7.78
13. t^ulslona
3.56 I
lys C h ris Dunn, wlioO dren.
teachcrs seek to dlf14. Georgia
8.S8 1
1.76
Acconling to Bnid
fuse
behavorlal
j,
15. ColiJomla
7,49 1
2.52
^ti!i
runs a Tw in Falls
1C. Oregon
6,17
3.51
lisllnger, wlio ivorks
issues
by w orldng
*ss
17.
NewYwk
9,11
2.48
I
vvidi
Head
Start
as
witl)
paren
ts
a
n
a
wi'
preschool.
18. Varmont
6.32
1.00
president o f die
"”pi
p ro b le m -so lv (ln g )
19. South Cerolino '
2,04
7.16
Snake River District
w ith the child" w itli
'vit
20.
Ohio
4.76
4.17
o f die Idalio Assodasta tem ents su ch as:
21. Texa*
' 5.99
2.93
lucatlon ofYoung Qiildren,
■’’ sa
“‘L c ti m okea pla n togetlier,'”
; id ju lie tlon for tlie Educ
“‘L'
22. Wlaeonjin
7.34
1.43
where bdiaviors
oral problem s exist. Head
May, tlie school’s director.
Mn
2.15
23. Otlahonu
6.12
iupport services wlUiin die
th e c h ild Start looks to sup
IBasically, 'w e re -d ire c t tl
24. Alaska
5,86
2.12
community,
inclt
id
u
d
in
g
die
Idaho
Depunfrom
actingout,"
M
ny
said.25.
Indiana’
NoPreK
7.93
<roi
h
a
n
d
Welfare,
ogm
m
.
inmcnt
of
Health
In
Idalios
Mead
Start
prog
26.
Colorado
5,17
2,62
^
27. Hawaii
7,39
g been an
“Behaviorsi ta k e tim e to chanRC —
0,00
volving
th e parent h a s long
vol
28. Florida
6.C4
0.37
itli ed u cait doesn’t juist
st h a p p e n overnight,"
established avenue for boti]
esu
29. Maryland
5.97
0.97
In d ie lives said Eslinger,r, \w lio w orks w ith 578
tional nnd social successes In
dot
30. NcwJor»cy
..
6.16
_ 0.38
d iiid re n in 10 c e n te rs- in a n in e o fpresdioolers.
ff
31. AilMna
4,79
1.61 •
h e d iild —
co u n ty orea.. ““So w h e n d isru p tiv e
“We never just w ork w iili the
32. NebretUi
4.15
1.90 . .
Jaho H e ad
behaviors h app p e n , " it’s n ot Just 'Bye,
b ut with tlie w hole family,’' Ida
33. Arkansas
4.40
1.20
m V rtlson see you later.'"
Start executive d ire c to r lim
Stai
34. West Virginia
3.58
1.39
said.
1.06
35. Pannsyhranlo
3.54
Please see EXPB, Page E6
: Mlnnetou
As part o f tlie pro g n u n , twi
w ice eac h
36.
3.41
0.76
A
37. Michigan
2.36
1.67
38. Kansas
2.13
1.80
0.96
39. mmols
2.70
40. UUh..............
NoPreK .
3.43
41. Mississippi
NoPieK
3.20
0.43
42. losva
2.12
43. Rhode Island
NoPreK
2,14
easiest target, followed by vloli
cosU
olcnt car- sdiool diiidren
m arc tu rn ed o ut each
44. Wyoming
NoPieK
1,46
oons o r som e electronic toy.
toon
year.0.00
1.21
But maybe, som e e du c atioin
n e xperts
m
The study, die
I
le first
o f Its kind, did n ot
^45. Kentucky
•47. Monlana
NoPreK
1.10
ay, itlie problem s ste m from p r e s w o o l. com e to condud<
u d e w h at leads to d ie ex.48.
say.
South Dekoio
NoPf«K
1.09
^ If.
pcllable behavi
avior. A nd clearly a
. New Hampshire
49.
NoPrcH
0.72
A
e c k b y th e w ell-established
cd list o f a ttributes —
5 North Dakota
Ainew study released last wee
50.
NoPicK
0.56
ale Child Study C en ter fo und1 that
tl
p re- poverty, dinical
ti
U disorders,
Inconsistent
Yale
rtotJon
6.67
2 .0 9 .
chool diiidren arc th re e tim es
i
tsaslik
ely parenting— com
on trlbutc to d ie p o o r be*
scho
> bh<e expelled as ch ildren InI fp rim a ry
lavior.
so«fc*: Wiia ana Sli/Oy Confer
chool. and that roughly 5.0(
.000 p rc Pleas© se
scho
see PRESCHOOL. Page E5
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0
1* .IJC
5hool-aged-]
slled than-set
H -M ajy h e p r e s ^i e h o o l A s5the prcoblem i
;
to p re v e n t a n o th e r emi
zoonosis — leptospirosis
- (o sp ira -a re -b a c tc ria-th ii
cause kid n e y a n d liver dis<
dogs a n d p e o p le . Accord
srd in g to
S tj^ h a n ie lil t o n . DipU
liplom ate
ACviM, a sp c d a lls t in smu
small animal
in te r n a l
med
nedicine,
diagnosis o f Icptospirosl
rosis h a s
been o n t h e rise aroun
3und th e
country o v e r th e past
it sseveral
years. "L eptospirosis Is tran
i
smittcd tiiro u g h th e urir
urine, s o
make sixre to w ash your
u r hI an d s
after h a n d lin g a n y dog
w
g wMte,
sakl Lilton. % addidon,
on, th ere
are n e w v a ccin es th at car
te a dogs fro m this disea
talk to ypiur veterinarian i
sess tiie risk o f Leptosplre
plrosisln
your pet."
IWo o th e r ty p es o f inte
Intestinal
parasites t h a t c a n cause
« U
Illness,
portkrulorly In young children
chi
are ro u n d v ro rm s (Ibxo
hxocara]
and
h o o ln v o rm s
(/
(Ant^rktttomo).
Dogs a n d c a ts sh ed tho
of these p a rasites, which
* dde i ^ op in to la rv a e eith er In
environm ent o r in another
The InfoctivD fo rm s o f the L
can be e ith e r Ingested oS rli)S ™
case o f hoo k w o rm s, pene
the skin o f acc id e n ta l h
By Jennifer Steint
ilnhatier
s
New York Time*
---------------------------------if six out o f re e v e ry 1,000 p resdiool
d iild rc n a re aslc
isk ed to pack up tlielr
Goldfish crackers
e r s a n d never return to
nursery s c h o o Il—
— expelled at the tend c ra g e o f4 — wti
w h o s e fault is that?
"TWo-carecr far
fam ilies" — codevrords
for w ortdng m o tl
th e rs — w ouU b e th e
•
“ In th<le event oof a trag<;edy, whoo gets yoi[)ur child]iren?
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Please see PETS,, Page
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Som e q nestioiv to ask wlien
choosing a g uardioxi
an
for.your
cliildren In th e eve
z v e n t th a t someth in g h ap p en s to
to y^ o u :
. D esignate o n e perso n and
n o t a couple s ot if th e re is a dlv o ice later, it’s d e a r w4io the
ch ik i should go vrfth.
vrf
• Is th e ca n dUidd a te som eone
b o th p aren ts-agj iicc e o n ? This is
t o o Im p o rta n t a d ec isio n to
h a v e oiw party not
riot p leased.
lidxue willing to
iponsU)iIity?,No
m a tte r how d o s ec y o u are to a
u
■'
Itc s
:
t
•
•
friend o rbbdo
d v ed relative, d o n ’t
rsh e w o u ld b e w iD assu m e hleo
e 01
ing.
. • Is th 2e candidate
ca
so m ebody
ic n are already co m th e children
fortoblewrfth?lth
,
•
• Is thce person
p<
you a re c o n sid e rin g in
ir good h e a lth
r aar
n d mentally? D ocs
, physicoUy
th e <
ca n d id a te have the c n e •gy
r^
p u b lic sd io o l vs. private
'a te school
leded to hm tdlc small dillen tlay after day? This Is aan
n
id o l situ a • W hat is th e flnancifl
pcclaify im portant question»if
if tion? Even w idi th e esu
esta te y o u
u're consioering a grandparu*- leave be h in d It ca n still
ill bt e a b ig
enLL
Idren.
WiD
b u rd e n taking in d iild
n
•• How a b o u t time? Docs thtie
e
th e ca n d id a te n e e d a bigger
rso
n
yo
u
're
considering
have
vc
ho
m
e?
C
an
th
e
candidai
persi
idatc h o n tim e n e e d e d .to take
th e: free
i
JC vwrithout
ke d ie th e a d d ed e x p e n se
carc
rc o f y o u r child? This is espee - struggle? You m ig h t w o n t to
r th e k id s
i n . ru m ie o n e g u a rd ia n fosrt]
,^ ^illy
11; m p o r t a n t - if c hildren
ve a sp e c ia l need.
a n d o n e fo r th e ir moi
n o n e y to
Idnre n g e t
rc m a k e su re th e c h ild
>D
.
i o cs th e candidate shore
re
wiuic
is
th
eip
.
iir
m
o
ra
l
values?
W
hat
arc
yo“ r
ca n d id a te
LI*
• W here d o c s th e can
‘t h et «c a n d id a te ^ views o n edu>
:ion — h o m e school vs.
■s. live? Losing p a rc n tss c a n b e
catio
to u g h en o u Id i fo r c h ild r e n
w ith o u t having
lg (o m o v e far
fro m sdiool and
d friends,
I
• S hould the
le c h ild re n b e
sep ara ted ? It dd<o e s n ’t ' s o u n d
Ideal b ut somctin
im es It is fo r tiie
b est. A teen migh
ght p re fe r g o in g
w here there areJ oc th e r te e n s o r
wlUi a favorite relative.
re
A to d d lc rm ig lit be bet
w ttcr o ff w ith a
y o u n g e r coupic
lie a n d o th e r
yo im g diiidren.
,
S o ttrec
w
Colum bus
L'j^ar-E
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Sunday,JuM 5.20
.2005
F a m i l yi t ^ L I F E ________________
n e R obert Williams ,
S u n dd i a y C r o s s w vt o r d Editod by Wayne
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DEAR ABBY: I a m 37,
}7, never
maiTicd. a n d h ove ncvci
ver even
iict. shy,
d a te d m u c h . I a m quid
o v e r w c i^ t a n d plain.
1 h a v e b e e n seein g a
w h o is 42 y e a rs old, anc
m d who
has a lso n e v e r b e e n m
n uanied.
t
He h a s p ro p o se d , b u t I havm
h
d v c n h lin o n a n sw e r blecausel
ee
hifh.H e
don't th in k I leally love hii
id
treats
Is v ery g o o d to m e and
m e like a q u e e n , b u t there
. solutely n o sp a rk . ('Ihere'
n o sex. Hc!s im p o te n t aann d has
no p la iu to d o an y th inlg
g 1about
ID
I 1m any
M y qucstiott Ix Do 1
bemorhim a n d “settle ," Ju st to be
s to( fm y
ricd. o r d o l i i v e t h e rest
life olone? Is i t b e tte r to takediis
tak
c h a n c e a n d m a n y mny
y best
lit for a
. friend, o r s h o u ld I wait
P rin ce C 3 ia rm ln g vrfioJ r ^ ^ t
never arrive?
lucsdon
P lease a n s w e r th is quc
n't want
in th e n e w sp a p e r. I don't
m a rrie d 'P
“I r in c e C h arm in g "
JVC h im tu m Into o n only to haw
Frog. O th e r w o m e n
abusive frc
have m aonr r i ^ th e ir “b e s t
A bby
« c n d - a nid
d Uved happily e v e r aflcc
JWMW •
“n ia t y olu're
u ' n ot attracted to
P fA M
this m a n a n d he’s un ab le to ,
» u ld be either good
perform coi
.
ep e n d ln g u p o n n o w
--------------------- 1 .or bad, dep
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,_________________
r, i f y o u te conslder» A kh..
However,
W r t t e tD
o ;AODy
frjg marria
la g e to him o n ly
y o u ’re afraid y o u 'll
bcc au se yo
s « td M t*re to Oeat
l a an y o n e d se. I urge
Calif.
ncverattract
Box 69440, i^ s. Ar«Blcs.
Ani
o n a diet, get Into a n
wW
Web site al
6® or
90069, or via her
rt>gram. a n d co n su lt
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prt^
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o s m e d d a n y ou c a n
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die best cos
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afford
a
b
o
u
t a makeover. Beau'---------------------------t y m a y b e oo n ly skin deep, b u t
anyone to know IIttaas u c h a n i n th e
y o ut package y ourself
decisive fo o t
can a ffec tI 1t h e w ay y ou feel
— MUVERINGIN
VM
rsclC A nd onco y o u
“nHi E M IDWEST about .youra
JUT self-esteem, yoiuS4G :'niere'sno Improve y ou
DEARWAVERING
u
u
w
e
r
to
yoiu*
lu
w w ith mnen
e could change fo r
one-slze-fits-all a n ?
question. S o m e w
wot m e n h a v e d ie better.
r ~ =
=
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J,
D e a r
th e p e ife cc ts p in
a sse sse s tl
P is c e s p<
3 (O c t 23-Nov. 21):
I
SCORPIO
I-------------------IF JU N E S IS YOUR BIRTH*
BII
Rise above th e past. It isn't nec*
DAK T h is is a y e a r in whicl
J S r
H o R O sa
eh o sh o ld issues o r
essary to relcan feel y o tm g e r th a n eve
;es. A certain som cfore. P e rh a p s y ou have: o
a new .
Jeraldlne S 4auu n d 6 r s
,
b e in a n am orous
staned
sti
|p h ilo so p h y o r h a v e er
--------- ^
' • m ood a n d rrea d y to com prostudying yo g a. W hatever It is, I----------------------------e rto p le a sc y o u .
ahling,’ head, but w ait to ppui
u t d iem in to mlse in o rder
“You lo o k m a h v c lo u s, dahl
|because y o u glow w iditl inner
JU US (Nov. 22-Dec.
SAGITIARl
motion,
1
swer to
CANCER (Ju n et 21-July
2
22): 21): Jupiter,r, w hich rules your
‘peace. Look fo r th e answi
The m ood is perfect
x tfo
i rso c ia liz - s i^ o fth e z o»<d la c , is highlighted
v
]your p ra y e rs In A ugustt when
Ith fric n d sa n d in d ie h e a v cens.
n Im portant plans
1you m a y m o k e headw ay^ ir
in die In g andvisitingw ithl
Jm ateiiol w o r ld You ore oon
b e e n held bac^ for
your
n
c
l^
b
o
rs
.
Excn
you
/o
u
r
ch
a
rm
to
diat have be
n
.
h e next m a te everyone fee!
feel a t h o m e on e reason o0 :r th e o ther c an go
'way to g rea t s u c c e ss in the
the next few weeks.
in't take and a t case. Do aI gc
good d e e d if forward In thi
ttwelve m o n th s — b u t don't
nted in ' you have a'chance.
3R N (Dec. 22-Jan.
e.
CAPRICOP
'• y, o u r‘g o o d lu c k fo r grante
j
LEO (Ju ly 23-i
>3-Aug. 22):
19): Cridd&n
s m rnlsht ensue If
'January a n d ^ r i i .
ost a n d loose w ith
e. A
j philosoyou play fas
ARIES (M oreh21-A prllU 119): If Friendships thrive,
phy that e m b races
s co o m passion som eone's he
heart. But if you are
\you s e t a g o o d exam ple o f hard
I
.w ork ancT d e te rm in a tio m,
you
and
und
erstan
d
in
g
ng
will
g
u
id
e
sincere,
t
o
a lh e a d a n d party —
n,
*
;et Involved In anyany m az e o f Just d o n t get
can't b la m e th o s e d oISC
s e for you safely t h r o u gtl ai
isn 't com pletely o n
idoing th e so m e . W hen you
)uhavc
sticky Issues th aItt 'bblock y o u r thing duit Isi
I
way. Exude sym padij
idiy to g et th e th e up-and-u|
so
tdm e fo r play, t h a t specialI some*
loe you best results.
IS*(Jan. 20-Feb. IB):
AQUARIUS
one tn ig n t n e e d t o squeeze
VIRGO (Aug. 23*
23-Sept. 22): Plumb d ie cn
creative depths an d
into a b u sy a g en d o .
cn
and
do whateverr iit is that brings a
TAURUS (A pril 2 0 * M^y
v 20): Your rep u tatio n , career,
lOld'bc business ore em phosi
losized. M oke smile to y o uIT
r face. Escape from
R om antic a s p ira tio n s couli
on't bc a splosh in larger pud
puddles w hile h u m d ru m ro u tin e s by
just w ith in re a c h , so don^
>on'tbe yo u h av cth elm o w/h
h o w to m ake your im agini
to n gue-tied o r bash fu l. Don
jc dons. Your som eone m ay pu sh all die r i ^ t
evasive. Bc a s h o n e stIt and im portant co n n ecti
n th 'c m a rk . buttons. .
osslbic intuitions a rc righttoon
s u a lg h tfo rw a rd o s poss
*O ct.22):T hc
PISCES (Fe
m eyor
U B R A (S epu23.0c
Feb. 19-M uch 2 0 ):
Vk^cther d e a lin g w ith m onc
e i:is b u rn in g Y ouhavethea
pilot l i ^ t o f love
»ability to put a perlove.
le 20 ): brighdy a n d readyf to l e ^ in to feet spin o n e^
ev e n ts a n d ideas to
GEMINI (M ay 21-June
nerest
flick
o
f
gaingrouhd.Y
bboges
full
flame
a
t
th
e
m
e
r
:.Y o u m ay b e ab leto
It's tim e to sp e a k o f cabbi
in sid er' die o n b u tto n . Stcc
:tccr d e a r o f wave a m a g ic
ic w and o f en ch an t­
an d king3.-or a t lea st cons
new attractions, blUt
u t l>e u n d erm ent
over
er
an . existing
just w iiat it is th a t you1 realty
rc
nm die standing w^th thIC
e 1tried a n d
relationship ae n d enjoy some*
w ant fro m Ufe. W rite down
o your
tmc.
thing spedM .
inspirations t h a t p o p into
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tro
^es
to
ile
t
t
i u b le s ^
m c e so lv (
G uida]
[i£ iis s a n c e
iiiever of Rem
An overachi
ronomy
a s ti
^
^
I beingconfu
cor se d asto v rfie d ie ro r
i,s o o n to b e8 ,
■ ..
Q :M yoldcstson,so
still soils his undcnvt
rw ear d u rin g
^ I
n o th 2e can
c a c o n tro l t h e problem
ng angry.
*<]i _
to being
I
school or rcccss. Son
Som e o f it Is
ifl
rks on
|—
|
T his W e d n e s d a y m arks
Your
ai
I attitu
d e h a s got to be* au
ai sp icio u s o c c a s io n in astt
th at he Is embarrass
-asscd to u se
i H '. . ^ . IJ R\iU-XnNC;
S k y
Skyecalendar
i
on e o f c alm , determined omy,
o
th e loUet ih a t's In i(he class*
th e 3 8 0 th an n iv c rsa
John
conieoni
T ro i
S
rancc. In th a t regard, IH die b frth o f G io v a n n i Cass
itx>m.and some oiffil
i l l s th a t h e
/'
V
a
t
c
h
Ono
hour
bofoi
fofe sunrise;
/
1
„Ro3en.ond
_what_I_roccnUy_rccomj___■Whllr»
y
----------------- g«s-busy-and-docsn'
csn'i-want.u>----t nHny r*jmglnl la t
led to th e p a re n ts o f a
^
lg. His
stop what he's doing,
i docto r
m ended
0
know
n fo r h is n a mlesake
es
O ils
Ono hour after
ler sunseC >
>old w ho w a s also soiling sp
5 , a c e c ra ft nc»w o rb itin g j
h a sn o p h y siassures us that he has
UMHfSOn
Venus: WNW.t. cextremely low
hooL W h e n soiling oc- studying
5,
cal problem.
9-year-ol(
S a tu rn . C assini's
; ______
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Satum: WNW.'
1. th e ch ild w a s removed
q|
th is regard.--------------------------U
W c have triedi sp
i a n ld n g ,
'
at schoo
inomy
o f c o n trib u tio n s to astrono
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Jupiter: SSW/
lictld a ssro o m o n d a p a rc n t
<pt)undlnc, and thi
th re a te n in g
d e a r ’lliis pr
let's get one tiling
cunvd.
is a len g th y o n e .
the
sp
e
e
d
o
f
• Moon:
mcntfi
m
^
‘in
:m
e
n
t
o
f
th
e
ailed
to
retrieve
him
and
lilm widi having to w
V ear puUson's m aking,
i
problem is o f your
fromthec
A m o n g h is ac h le v em c
dm
hom
e.
T
here,
he
was
^
cipllne. thcrvl
u p s (but wc tcally d oorn t w ant to
ig,notyouis.Thedls*
was cailc.
New (noon Moi
ionday, 3:55 p.m.
w as o n in c re d ib ly prc(
B etw een 1671 ai
tc hhave even directed a t .•rcfore,
hin
humlUaie him). We
needs to bc
take led
himto h is r o o m for the re* m e a s u re m e n t o f M ars' 1
nus Tuesday and
Cossini d iscovered fo
ler o f th e d a y and only /.
Moving him
rid . not you.
s u g ^ t c d that o n e; ooff u s m i ^ t
confined
evenings. Close to
(widiln th re e m in u te s o f
n M
largest m oons,
!d to c o m c o u t to use die correct
L
zhool an d rclow ing is ariglit
ol along, th e fol*
n c M tocom etoschoi
moinder
sday evening.
v alue), a m o o n muap
gap b e tw ee n Saturn's
ipm.
m in d him to use th
thte toU et A
T h e m an nI er
disciplinary axiom:
allowed
t< B efore th is rchobili*
accu n iic it w a s o n ly su p ers
dngs th a t ncjw b ears
trs 1h is n a m e :
,
program b egan, his room
h aatt o u r son's
dcO n ead iild
counselor told us th
cr'sin wiiich piucnts
bathropir
ed by th e p h o to g ra p h ic mi
a n d sky c onth e
d ry e r ’s e j ^ gight,
]
Cassini d iv is lol a Since
;
o f oil entcnain*
y ol
o f express*
w ili determine
soiling was his w ay
Id'sbehaviorproblem* ^ t i o n tripped
pro
nearly tw o c e n tu r ie s kiter,
m 's rings in
ditions. T h ec d ivision is so
discovery o f Saturn's
ing hostility towiutl
a rd u s a n d
o ftlieirap p ro
a the effectiveness
line
was strip
d iscovery o f Ju p ite r's clc
rs a ssu m e d
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arc too con*
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sm
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e
a
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d G ard e n o f E den.-H e m
c a stu e m e n t o f Jupiter's da
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le n d c tin s h ino r cotiid there i>c som
« m e th in g to
continuciridii:
com e o u t o f his room
'c sidm peniiisslonto
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o f m aterial e nn ddre lin g th c
on th e o th e r
u se th e badiroom . If , H e ev e n s u rm is e d th a__t 1 'f planet. T he division
in ssug g e sted .. p p n & T h c eeye,
i
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• ifc n o l
to use die
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i rre d tv«> times or p re d ic te d cn /en ts o f Juplti
th e school vreck. P’
discern sh o rtt intervals o f im A: As for wiictJjcr
cr di ie coun*
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t
one soUd piece. H[e
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oc
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p h e ric clarity a n d
rin g s
aunosph
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(jl
as
^^ccss are way
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th a t
th e
id to business during
morc did
dur vtras co n fin ed to his
ing
for th e s u b se q u e n t week|J| a t a fin ite sp e e d ,' rL
•lad o f Uny stablUty. It's d ul rin g those mo*
psycliobanblL>, hero: Is Its deflni*
p roblem . In elTi o f excusing die
the child
com prised a m yriad
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f
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ents d iat d le
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Cassir
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5 liim permission to
end.
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“P°P? oul*" ni
b a n d s,a n h y p o d ic sisi
oubts a b o u t h is cnvn hypo
have for Cossin
lini 330 years a g a
tcnce of motives tliat
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always
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(i
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Johnlegist
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idow m ent for the ArtsS
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N R\LLS — Elizabeth and
TWINB
Anebury arm ouncc the
JdDrcy An
iment o f th e ir parents,
cngagcmc
Utebury of TVvin Falls a n d
Kristy Ancl
A ttcbu^ of Kimberiy.
ArchlcAnc
Attcbury Is a 1991 gradKristy At
Volley High School in
uatc
Vt
f
a s ttle
l -E sk e l se n
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M o u n e - M c C af \rR m E v
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W I N FALLS — David I
ginla A llred o f TWir
Avlri Fails
announ ce th e cngagcn
g cm en t of
their daughter, Margaret
iret Moline, I
'
]]H
to Sam uel M cCartnoy,
ey, so n o f 1 . ^
Don a n d C h e rjl McCar
C^rmey of I
Olympia, \Wish.
L<
Moline is a graduate
ate o f Mr. ^
j l ^r . ' ■
Juan's College o f H air Dcsl
JcslgrtShe V
J l"
V\
is cmployea a t H air a n d Nalls
N
Eta'
^
I
in IW n Falls.
M cCartney Is a gratlt
ratluate of
Saniwl Mc
M cC artnn
North T h u rsto n H i ^ Scl
Sdi^ln
m lM a rgW
a nM M oU n
Laccy, W ish . H e is emplt
[low ing d ie ccrcTime.
will be h d d follo^
WcstRum Foods in Jerom
^ o sc lan d Crystal
The w ed d in g is piannc for 4 niony at th e Ro:
Bdlroom in Filer.
:r.
p.m. Sunday. July 3. ALnxcption
ns
H fm
M a r s h - T h w ^EfiTT
e /
•
-A it e b u r y
A t t e bury
bi
TWIN FALLS — Adi
Adam and
Marie C antu o f IW in
F
n Falls
announcc th e engagemlent
ent o f th d r
d a u ^ te r, M arie Lucy
C
y Cantu,
to
Arniro Foifwn, s o n ofTlcx:
nodoraRir*
fa n o fje ro m a
n i e w e d d in g is plan
)lanned for
Saturday, Ju n e 11. at St.
St. E
Edward)!
CatlioHc C h u rch , 152
S2 ;Seventh
Avc. E , TVvin Falls. AV recepdon
re
wiU b e h eld foUowing
% tlthe cere*
m ony a t th e FUef Fain
fairgrounds
Building N a .3.
BURLEY — Bill a n d Helen
Maish o f B urley announ
ounce the
engagem ent o f th eir daughter,
dai
Dllilc Alicia M arsh, to :Robert
Manning T hw eatt, s o n ooffjo
I can d
Marilyn T h w e a tt o f M
Met
emphis,
Tbnn.
Marsh g rad u ated from
3m Buricy
High School a n d UtahStni
State Univcislty.
Thweatt g ra d u a te d from
Iro
the
Air Force A cadcm y In Colorado
Co
Springs a n d received his
rr
Is master^
PostCraddcgice from th e Naval Posl
uatc School
he 1United
Both arc p ilo ts for the
States Air Forcc.
m ncd for
The vkredding is plann<
F H .E\ R—- Shartynri Van Thssdl
announces th e engogeof Filer am
m ent o)ff iier
h d a u ^ te r , R ^ e l i
to jocl JerarrUah
Danldlce Asdc,
Ai
Eskelseasi
iL sonofE IR ayandJoIyn.
EskclsenCl of
ol Rupert. AsU6 Is.also
th c d a uA^ ti
te r o f the late Jeff Astlc.
A s d u^ a ^ d u a t e o f Dietrich
iio o fa n d th e College o f
High Schot
Southem
n lIdd ^ a She is em ployed
at the Boys
Boy and Girls clu b o f
MagfcValitr
hllcy in TVvin Falls.
Eskclsen,
jcn Is a graduate o f MlnlSchool
in R upert and Is
co H IghS
d
currentlyy aattending CSI. He is
xl at Zlons B ank In TVvin
H azdton. She ta a fuU-tlme sn
h’cm
dgent at the College o f Souther
Id a h a
A rdileA tteburyisa 1989 grac
t I;
uatc ofWmbcriy High School.
J*®
■
“[s employed at Cactus Petes i
|adgx)i.Ncv.
I r
^ The wedding Is planned ft
Saturday, June 18.
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^;o«l EMolMn and ftasfwO Astia
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riday, June 10, at the Bountifu
tiful
DS Tbmple. A reception willI be
b<
d d from 7 to 9 p.rrL Saturday
lay,
in e 11, at the Eskeisen rest
esiencc.
102S.200W.,RuperL
The wed
vedding Is p lan n ed for .
W a
t
AITE-ZOHNER
■
JEROME — Rodney a n d Edie
wWie o>ff J(
Jerome a n n o u n c e th e
engageraer
ment o f th eir d a u ^ te r ,
Audrey \^
u
Vau^im
Wiltc, to N athan
Lee Zohno
liner, son o f Steven and
le Zohner o f Spanish
Morivcne
Fork. Utah.
ah.
Woiie! Is Ia graduate o f Jerome
High Schot
± o o l and a tte n d e d th e
Uriivcrsityc
ity of Idaho, w here she is
g a bachdor in sd cn cc
nonors
in
anim al
studJcs/pnh
piu-vcL She will continue
cation at University Place
hcreducatli
in IdahoiFalls.
Ril
Zohnerls
IT is a graduate o f Skyline
Higli School
lOol and Idaho State Unirlthonassodatcofsdcnce
versitywlthi
3 .H
^
^ c s c r v c d in lh e W ^ *
IngtonDCS
C South LDS Mission. He
attendedIth
thec U o flto c o n d n u c h ls
3ut recently Tccdved a full
studles,buti
sch o lo i^p
l
U ptoISU
innudcarcngl-
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Nathan Zohner m d Audrey WaKe
a t l o c k -W
W il l s
TW INFALLS-Tbyci
□yeandSteve
Little a n d G aw and Me
Megan Matlock o f TVvin FoUs anno
nnounce the
e n g ag em en t of th d!lrr id o ubter,
reK ara M arie Matlock,itoJascG
to
g o ry WUls. son of Greg
jrcg and Sue
WUIsofTVvln Falls.
M atlock graduated
id from
fr
TVvin
Falls H igh School In 2001
200 and recc iv e d h e r associate
ate of arts
IS at the Coldcgrceincullnaryartsai
iegc o f Southem Idahi
c iu rc n tly employed as i
sionol p et trainer.
WiUs graduated from
fro TVvin
FoUs H igh School in 2001.Hcat200
te n d e d CSI and the An
Art Institute
iiaudloprocurrently
; Petes os a n
Jtechnldan.
A nSNIVERSAR
RIES --------
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T h e outside
Idc wedding Is
planncdforSuni
in d ay .A ^ .7 ,atth e
Blue Lakes Cou
ountry u u b . A re- •
c ep tio n to hono
nor the couple will
b e h eld a t ilic duWiouse
d
foUowing th e cea*mon
3ny.
TTie couplc will
wi reside in TVvin
FaUs.
JLL IN
r. and Mrs.
leybum anH
nent of their
h Hodge, to
inofM r.and
f *
r
r Caldwell.
nee
leering and will retum to ISU fo
ii^ K
cm plc^rcd a t Cactusale
Pciof Dotae
his
is ba w d o r o f sdcncc. He is cm . en tcrtainm entsoundtct
id holds a
plo
loyed ot Idaho Nadona
AdmlnlstraLat
aboratory/ISU at the Nudeai
resource
Tbsi
H o d g e - P ui uMaster o f
"
I
bst Reaaor in Idaho Rills.
-^
TThe wedding is plarm ed foi
n d ^ p c r.
RobwtTIiweattMi
M d Blllle Marsh
HEYBURN — Mr. a
Sati
aturday, June 11, in the Boist
GUbcrt Hodge of Hcyt
LD!
It M agnolia PlanDS Tbmple. A reception will b<
r human reFriday,JunelO,atN
n o u n c c th e cngagcmcni
hd<
IS g a rd e n s In
d d from 7 to 9 p.m. June 11 ai
tation an d its
vrfih th e
d a ughter, Gina Leigh
H
(he
le Jerome Suike Center.
tesourcesin
Charleston, S.C
•He
B randonR .PuU in.sonol
The couple w ill reside in
Mrs. W arren PuUin of Col
from ValCharieston.
' for
H o d g e is a graduate
h s x -, -yW O O D H O U S E
m
In Cddkveil
lun- S ta te U niversity and
:
a Rcolo^cai
--------------1.
BURLEY^
E Y -JackandL auraH iU
H
•nai BachelorofBusinessAdri
N e w l a n - K u dDrR N A
I
1 Drilling in
th e engage|B
of Burityr announce
an
lear tlo n
in
hum an r
th d r d a u ^ te r , c W e r
B>
^ --' < i 3 ^
- m ent ot the
TWIN FALLS — Jeannl
mnle and
m
a
n
a
g
e
m
e
n
t
and
a
M
•
t j H
L
Lynn Hill,1, to Louis C olter Wtood- Kp i3 i
Tbtry New lan o f TWin Rtlls
Rtl anfor S d e n c e in Instructional i
i
house, son
on iof Paul a n d Claudia
Krj.n
{
nounce th e e n g ag em enI t oof th d r •
3ise fo rrn a n c e technology.
W3odhousc
use of Oakley.
F 'fc
: be em ployed a s a senior hu
d a u ^ tc r, A im ic Newlan,
n, tc
to Steve
____ HllLis_a.
-a - g r a d u a te .o f J u r le y ... f e j
l ^ d ^ s o n o flte ie s a and Dave-----I at so u rc e specialist wl
X
High School
lOoI and U tah State UniuM
I&idma o f H icso n , Aiiz.
; mc
Division of H um an Reso
■ g w
verslcy. S he
h e :served a m ission for E «1
Ncwian Is an c n d ln g .thi
Boise.
the
O iurchintheC aliTom la' B jfl
K
the LOS Chu
versity o f I d a h a S h e is cm
;
P u iiln g raduated —
frcMr. and
employed
■
Fresno
Missl
Usslon.'
Uvue H igh SchoolPhilomath
In (
C enterin
at the Eaity CtiOdhood Cet
iOusc is a graduate o f
au
Moscow,
a n d is em ployed asataanccopen
tbicer Hill and Louia WoodhouM
OakleyHlgh;
Igh School a n d Brigham
"
f^ d m a is a grad u ate
te o< f the
. driller w ith Haz-Tbch
• 11, atDrthe
.*
Young Umw
Iday, June 10, in the Logon LDS
'mvcrsity. H e s e r ^ a
Fridi
University o f I d a h a Htee 1Is: emw l for their
I
mission for the LDS C hurch in
mple. A reception to honor th e
Tbm
tnd Naval p ; W w y ‘ ^
_ /'
ployed a t th e P u g e t Sound
^
uple will be h d d from 7 to 9
I Houston
E ast Missfon.
couj:
Si^y ard in Brem erton.
dA/ nnlaN aw tin
thcTbtasH
o
lutler were
^
S tn a Kudma and
He Is empU
n .. Saturday, June I I . a t the
nplOTcd at D eere an d
am
Tne w ed d in g is planned
b
e
h
d
d
at
the
Companyln
I^ln
IDubuque,
Ia%va.
bavi
ividson
residence,
1140
Sylvan
A recepdon will b<
p.m. Friday, Au a 12, a t S>tAugustA
chanlcand
eddlng
I
s
jila
n
n
e
d
for
Cird
rde, Buricy.
e r th e ceremony.
The wedd
Mqscow. Unlversltylnnaftert
tine C a th o llc ^ u r c h in M(
Dmcmoker
——
School and a 1999
D c d o High Sc
g raduate of tlic
lie College of Southihe.ta employed at
Idaho. Shi
Id a h o Hom ef IHealth ancl Hospice.
H arris ta ai 1907
I
graduate ojf
PocatcUoHigl)5
h School and a 2004
g rad u a te of Ida)
lalioSiaic University. H e is cunt
rrently o g raduate
stu d e n t and ta
e plarcdat ISU.
sem
T h e weddinj
Ing ta f a r m e d for
Satunlay,July9,
9, in Pocatello.
iR D ic
F u n k -H ari
Cara Lynn
CHUBBUCK - • a
F u n k a n d M atthew Tbylor
Tliy Harris
Mcmcnt.
a n n o u n c e th d r cngBfic;
F u n k is the dau^K
^ tc r of Mill
B e ln a p o f Boise and
m d the la te .
C arol D rap er Belnap
p. .
H arris Ls the sonI of M arguet
H arris o f Pocatello one
and the late
Jo h n Harris.
F u n k is a 1991 gra
graduate o f
B |M ^ ; ^ '
H B a T r,
W K 'j ^
PM r
\
m m
I
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w
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w'
-il
-
nd Brandon PuIIln
M eridian,
T h e wedding
Ig ta planned for
Saturday, June 11
11. nt the Bishops'
M ouse in Boise.
i rcccption will
c. A
behcldfoU ow inc
ng tlie ceremony.
T h e couplc wU
vUl honeymoon In
P u e rto Vallarta.I, ^Mexico, an d will
re sid e in Boise.'
NIVERSARI]ES —
ONS
T h e ir
child
lldren in c lu d e
K a th y Stonee and Shelly
lenterville. U tah , ■
Z o llin g e r o f Cer
den of Burley,
K o lle e n Haydc
Allen o fr IMidvale. U tah ,
Kelly A llen andid Lamont A llen
O re m , Utah,I, 1Kristi Bostic o f
B o u n tifu l, Utah,
ih, Shawn A llen
Allen a n d
o f K lezer. Ore., ,Kbrey
K
O re..
A la in a A llen o f Corvallis,
(
Skabclund o f
Tiffany S
C ovc, U tah.
T hey)iavc36gi
Igran'dchildrcn.
H
H
U
I
,a n d _ M r s ^
pert wUl be
RBSC.'.V sJ
I
cdebration
I
ig annh«rI
JEROME ^
Mr. a n d Mrs.
iatlves are
WUilam Y U rkevidus o fr Jc
Jerome
. T h e A l l e4nl !o 7 p j a
e n house
will be h o n o red a t a n o p en
I
heir home. W
for th d r SOth w ed d in g aimlveraiu
PHIL0MA3H, O r eAllghtdln.- :
I
d ie s are
sory. Friends a n d re lad
Mrs. D ean AUen of dPhi
octividcs I
indeed to a tte n d fro m 2 1j 4
»
Ore.. wIU b o honoredhoes,
at I Unc l ^
Sunday, June 12, a t the A<cei
f^cension
h o u se Soturday, June 11
Monastery in J e ro m e
P h ilo m a th Ward C hapdl ter^\iri(cvlcius a n d M arla1 Pr
Provost [ H m V *
n 5 0 th w ed d in g annivusar
I June 11,
Qeorge and Ma:
Maxine Watson
were m arried J u n e 11, 19S
1955. In
)
!®
A llen a n d Leah Butlc
Webster. Mass.
m a rrie d June 9,1955. nlongtfme
given by
T h e event is being
b
The couple h a s lived In
ta w
h™.
mVUrkevicluf
H cw o ik e d o so m c cw
lmo r l^ at th e ir children, George
OarrtUandBIIlM
Sc)
(chnKkar
(Sheri)
G
achusciis a n d Tbrmessee,
s h e w o rk e d as a home
/in Falls. G e n e
worked a t W a tso n o f TVdn
ittle, while h e served In the
moved to Jero m e w ith TX
TXipperij
Jerome,
B oth a re n o w redred.
(Janlene) Waison
in of Buricy. a n d
n d u d e Diano
T H E SCHNTIKERS
SC
ny. T h a i they mught school In
ware In 1972. H e was
ws
a
T hdr children Iini
1) Watson o f
; hunting, S tev e (Andrea)
h
o
Falls
and
mo%txl
to
Good­
rvare, re- V W ^t ofWfcbster, IV
supervisor .with T\ippenvari
GOODING
NG — Mr. a n d Mrs.
up their . . N tm p a .
tirlngwhen th e co m p a n y ddio sed . Scruggs o flW in Ril
Dnm JlSdinlt
taltkerofG oodingw U l “ 8 ^in 1967. He t a u ^ t vo-ag in
T h e W atson
xnilypurT h e c o u p le h aIS
s live grandchllTAirkevidus o f Set
She worked fo r Kings InI Jerome
Jq
J
b chom iKdliil
a t an open h o u se for
v ? »oding and w as also a n ow ner
d re n a n d one grcai
welry in They have live grand
and also fo r D avis Jeweli
D^ & W VVddinfr She mught
n d d iild re n .
ihclrSOIhwc
___ — flU EERT - Mr._an(
wedding anniversary.
ooi- In Gooding for 28 years.
G eorge Vfetson o f Rupert
Friends and
id rrelatives a re Invited
Tie. event is hosted by their
h o n o re d a t a western cde
to attend Irom
iror 2 to 6 p.m . Sun^
1
Idren, Mike (Donna) Schnitkfor th e ir SOth w e d d ^ a
child*
day, June 12,
12 a t th e G ooding
. and Mrs.
.
I
sary. F rien d s and relatli
lub. No gifts, p le a sa
c r ooff Bums, Ore., Julie (Bill)
Country Qub.
invited to o tten d fromUs
4 tcwill be ■ i l f t b w . . J
»tes..of H ansen, a n d .H o lly
Schrutkcr
cr ian d Bliiec Jacoby
Coatc
—
house-for'- S aturday,'fune 11, at their
irk) Sobala o f Gooding,
rled June 12. 1955, in
(Mori
were married
m
SOON. 1 6 6E ,R upeaAuilvcrsary.
IIe
h e couple has seven grandIdahoFalls.T1
I. They m et a t th e UniThe
ueacInvited
' " 'J
n e r wlU b e serv ra and
dren.
childr
versity of Idaho
Ida] and resided In
ijn. Saturw ill in c lu d e horseshoe:
^ ■vl
imcatSSl
d a n c in g a n d reminiscing
I FFa lls .
W atson a n d Maxine
k J
,
Qlff
were
m a k e r w ere m arried Ju
WiEDMEIERS
n
K
i f l
T h e W
i
at St Ed1955,inB uriey.
FILER —
- N
Mr. and M rs. Km
T
h
e
co
u
p
le
tias
been
loi
W ledmder: of Filer wlU b e honD ldceidC ail
artynnNoti
Buricy residents. He ated
wore Uand
tm
ith
-2
ored at an open
o n house fbr their Uiy...^
1C P a d flc S teel a n d she id
woithe BIk
utch oven cookbusiness. Dutt
c
for two years a n d th
th e n they rt50th w edol
dobg
arm iversary. M e
T h e M il l e r s
and along w ith
w sold5S Ing l3 a hobby, an
turned to Klmberty
ty ia n d farm ed
Friends a nd
d nrelatives a re invited
}?
T n e y enjoy fishing,ofHoUtahi
Ends they havo
d ie ir s p e d a l frlcni
lOMBERUf — M r. a nid
d Mrs.
1
for several years boce fo ro retireto attend farom
m 3 to 6 p j n . Satur’’i
Jl
c
a
m
p
in
g
a
n
d
fixing
up
'occasions.
ned
and
c
o
o
k
e
d
for
m
any
o<
EG. 'a e rf* M iller o f KIml
Imberty menL
day, June 11,
L aaitth e iio m e o f jo d y L j | »
,|.
acrcagc
w
h
ic
h
they
reccni
)dng
hosted b y
n hh«o u se
She was b o m a t h o m e w here
will be hono red a t a n o p en
an d John He
HoUoway N o gifts,
it
d ia s e d in R u p e rt
DixUynandKrisinnhvr- tho Slzzler Restauran
cant is located
pleasa
for th d r 6 5 d i w e d d in g annJ
le teal esN o h ^ t h of Bolsa
Be
ves are onBlueLakes.
Bftiy. Friends a n d relatives
Oder and P at Weber
Wledmde
She worked fo r several
st
invited to jo in t h e m &om1 2 to 4
Ir
T h e N ohs
b ean
were married
led June 11, 1955, in L.
pjn . Saturdim J u n e 11, at
a t th e wardiouses a n d help
e lp e d Q e n o n
H arvm NIX
D, IHe was aervlng In
|
TW IN FALLS — Mr. an.
klm bedy
C h u rc h
o iff th e th efu m .
thoU.S.NavjtJ
vjtShew B seniplt^w l
_ PftndMnW lMfetMiw liy Dick
N
o
h . o f IVvin Falls \
ie
everit
is
hosted
\jy
th
d
r
TheyhavBtiHVBled
Nazarene. 3550 E. 3750 N>1.. (turn
(i
edeaaenshrety,
a t First State
ate Bank o f m iv e y .
Iren. Thmmy m m ) u n a rd . 'h o n o r e d a t a n ojwn hoii
eait on Polk S treet East one
and go I n d u ^ a l l o f t b e U
I Uj n ited States
I h w U v e d In
ln ^North D akota unol
their SOth w e d d i^ annlv
1/2 mile), Kimberly.
th w moved to Flier I«*y’ (John) HoUoway, VUdd|.
ond24fordgn cotmtx
ntries.
1966 v4ien thi
F riends a n d relatives are I
s i ) B revm JemIe Jordon and
Hwhite
They hove o n e ssoi
. Miller a n d J u n e Satterw
o n . John. W
with th d r cM
till dren. He w orked
to a tte n d from 2 to 5 pjn.
eOiso] Wledmder.
.940. In UuUeJMUerofthoEti
were m sn le d Juno 30, 194C
E d e n area.
for /x m e Main
Manufacturing fb r 31
day, Ju n e 11, a t th d r home
Ih e couple v a lu ejss)y o u rftle n d years until retiring.
reti
IVvlnFBlls.
She w orked
^ le couple h as 17 gtBiukhHBalUngrude Drive in TVvin I
and
four
------ Thw have Uved in the Klml
2m ber- - - ship andyourottezida
m o m a n d dreni
i d a n c e to h d p — as a homlersaker.
em
N o h a n d Carlynn (Dlfl
gteat-g
t-grandchlldren.
ly area d n c e 1944.
them c w b ra te is th
t h e ^ n l y gift
babyslttet
T a jm T r a v e l S e i v i ic e f l b
m a rrie d J u n e 11,1955, a t !
Sheep theydeslte.
He worked a t N ew m anI Sh
w ord^ C atholic Church.
CaiisanW &SDiiUtlloli
...........
m g h o ste d by
Co. for 19 years. In 1967,
7, tth<v
Ih e event is being
T h e y o w ned, operatet
b e o f d ..
lere h e friends and m e m■b t
moved to A u stralia; w here
1-7808
Ooodlns s t w. '1Wn Filla
raised th e ir family on th
g m a r r i e d ? T e ll T h e T im e s - N e w s
NazareneChurdL ,
worked In b e a n se e d p ro dlucdon
ua
WsHear.Wefcelfs
R anch in Rogerson and
ll
Creek area. In 1978, they so
a/
ra n ch a n d m oved east of 1
•3ter. w h e r e they farmed
o p e ra te d a feed lo t They r
to TVvin RiUa in 2000.
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/ rea residents contrlbuted lim e a n di ccaa te to raise a puppy
t h e Blind, then saw
for Guide E)ogs foj r cl
J
to
(he dog presen ted to th e irn e w o v m c rs .
o n s to o k place, at tlie
The prescntaiJoiu
Guide Dog ca m p u s in
I Boring, Ort;.
Guide Dogs fo r• th
thie Blind uses yellow
J o r retrievers, golden
and black L abrsdor
h o use-breaking th
the m a n d te a c h in g
ricvers,
G e rm a n
sh e psh
h eerd s,
retric
ain in c d U z cn s. '
them to be good cai
i/golden crosses a n d sm ooth coatcd
coi
lab/g«
:tu m e d to th e G uide
Jo n rcT he p ups aro rcti
[lies as guides, th e organizadon
coliiei
ir form al guide w ork
D og c am puses for
rts. T he p u p p ie s are b o m at th e
ports,
isc d in stru cto rsw h en
trainingw idiliccnsc
lide Dog kennels a n d placed1 in tlie
Guide
raisers
th e y a rc M to I S mionthsold.FOllavbring
o
hommees o f v o lu n te e r p u p p y raii
tr a in in g th e dogs a rc
Lhsold. ' tlie c o m p le tio n o ftr
len diey a re a b o u t tw o m onths
when
n d students enrolled
lem by
m atched w ith blind
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c ts (TAG m e m b e rs
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B uhl High School
lUloms. Greg K nefd.
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m e m b e r of th e sch<
lare. Will Slem p an d
a n d batde. along with weaj;
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dir S d S S
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types o f w eapons.
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shorts discusse
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d'ast will b e h eld from 7 to
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055 Filer Ave.
books, T-shirt
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th e library 11543-6500.
at 5
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Nl
Walk
lunteers
IL S — T lic lig h t d ie
will be h eld Sept. 29
NigiuwoikwU
ills. V olunteers a rc
e le g arth M e- in TWin Falls
BUHL — T he Bclej
help th e p la n n in g
^ i e t y a n d s o u g h t.to he
dieval C o m b at Soc
"Lady Shiann“ o f S h tad o w a n d com m ittee, which m eets o n ce a
Steel Inc. will p re sen t aI p ro g ram ’ m onth,
ilk b en e flts th e
T h e walk
an d d e m o n s tra d o n fo r th e
n d L y m p h o m aS o d "Dragons, D ream s a nr d D aring Lcukcm iaand
le a d in g Pro- e ty to helpp ;And a c u r e for
Deeds" S um m er Reai
ly m p h o m a .
j b lic lib rary , leukem ia.
gram a t th e Buhl PubL
J t o u » u od m yolo.
H o d ^ b dls<
215 Broadway Ave. N
N..
II h e ld from ma.
The program vtriU
adon. e-m ail
d n d s ^ y for
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inf
10 to 11 a.m . Wbdni
ce'rslcy a t tankeralp re s c h o o l Cindy Tlinke'n
children
ages
(208)
eyc®lls.org io r call
through grade five.
:s w e a p o n s 658-6662.
The Kioup u ses
m ade of foam a n d pslastic
li
p ip e
in mock battles to tfen
»arch, rescue
u m o n strato County sear
the types o f w arfare a
fund-raisers
unit hold.I A
ring that w ere p a rt oor“
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—
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JEROME
history.
c h a n d R escue U nit
W eapons m a s tec r S h la n n C ounty Search
nd-raisers to o b ta in
Johns will explain t hl e hJ i s t o ^ o f is h svihg fUnd-
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t
eciadon D ay a t th e lerom e
Apprccis
ityA irport.
C o unty/
/ard sale will also be h d d
A yard
u m m c ra i> d d ic iin itb c o !fh iss'im
lg item s in good nm air th a t
lectingit
ore d[ean
e a r a n d useable from th e
c.
public,
call I-'ritz Gnitzcr at
T b ddonate,
or
1593, R anae Capps ot 324539-4592
o r Q n d a W ilson a t
7456 o:
II2I o r 324-8624. They will
324-8121
iBc to h av e th e item s
arrange
d up.
o r there will b e a
picked
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ofT sltesc tu p .
dropofTi
RafRe,
!e, bear sales raise
ey fbr cancer Relay
YBURN — Carlecnis FabHEYBl
tt Crafts,
etc. A m erican
rics &
C
C ancer S o d e t/s Relay for Life
a s a . 2 ^ 1nch m ountain
team hhai
^ u e d a t $200) for raflle.
bike (vail
h:ets arc $ 2 e a d i o r three
.
. T hey also have 'C olor Me
c u m Bca
Beai3^ f b r a J 5 dorjatlon.
For m
mio re lnfonnation> or to
asc dckets o r items, call
purchase
o r Carieenh a t
team member*^
me
TWIN FALLS — Tlic M
Mla d e
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m
i e eting from n o o n to 1 p
W
y ednesday in th e Sun Roor
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Pizza
Hut. 1099 Blue Lakes B
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N.
1
M ichael Q a ir o f West
c stc m
rm in g
S5ta les C ollege o f Perform
movie
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will s p ^ o n die m(
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sh
2 o rts d iat th ey are produdi
Fbr m o re Inform ation.
n. >
>r731Si herry Conn a t 736-8697or
7
6994.
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Hansen
library offers1
I
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(summer reading progrt
SiHf”
am., v isit th e
th is free program
H a n se n C o m n ^nity
t y L ibrary o r
call 423-4122.
IlSSetS
Walkl TWn Falls
off Saturday at h
TW IN FALLS — 1
RiUs will m eet at; 9 a.m
i . S atu rllso n A v en u e
d a y a t th e Addlsc
jlc Valley R ee n tra n c e o f Ma{^c
g io n a l Medical Cw
mtcte t
Parddpantaw iU
Uw alk a ro u n d
th e . hospital a n d <
d o w n I n to
R ock Creek Park.
T h e program ec n c o tira o e s
p e o p le to walk forr bIxe t t e r h e i t h
a n d enjoy the paries
k s ea n d tr a ils o f
th o dty.
F o r m oro Infbrin
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dngits
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aare o p en to readers, ago 4 to
Bridge lists leiul
S U uS
T he program s a ir: Wedn
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GOODING — -Ihi
day,
' D ragons a n d Unicorr
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D uplicate Bridge Chib
Ch h a s o n Ju
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s arid
’ n o u r tc e d lts M ^ 2t77 results:
r
Tlm
a
1 e 8 :’ June 22, "KnIA ts
lo blnson a n d
Ttoyal
F irst. H enry Rob!
Castles;’
a n d June 29,, "Bo
C
overyFridayi
y a t th e G ooding City
'IfUi Ave. W. Refresh.
H alt 308 Flf\
m ents arc sicrvcdL
a
For m o re
e Inform adon, o r a
11934-9732.
paitncp,call!
School District
ummer meals
S efV eS SUI1
GOODING
IG — T he G o o d in s
School Dlstri
trict's S u m m er Food
Service Prog
agram is offering a
fice b rc a l^BSt
ts a n d lunch a t th e
following tim
m es:
G o o d in g; E
1 le m e n ta ry . 1045
Seventh Avc.
•e. W.. breakiast will
be served ftt
from 7:30 to 8 a j a
a n d lu n ch wm
w b e served from
11:30 a jn . to
0 1:30 p jn . July 16 to
Aug. 12.
Lunch wdll
il b e served from
noon to 1 pp.m.
.1 Juno 6 th ro u g h
luly 31 a t Eai
U st P ark. T hird a n d
ieta, a n d th e KDCminois street
R ound
Idfaift 202 1401 Ave.
E
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for ad u lts is S2.50,
For m o eio in fo rm ad o n . call
934>4321.
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6.2005
T Im w M m .
F a j ^iiL Y
IBefo)RETFHEB^sm
For&srst-time pari
r e n t s ,
c r i b
Teachinj
ng kids to driiink milk
Tho A ssociated Prei
^ o ss________
—
f i l l
1 U l
notes woulild.be helpfi
n
L ife
B y M r iim n tk w
Th> Ww Migten Po>
gry Pul m ilk
Ik o u t w hen kids are
waiting for th e ir dinner,
Having (roublec gc
getting kids 10
a 'S n e a k ilil in. Add milk to
drink milk? TYy diese
d ie lips from sm oodiles. ssco u p s an d oauneaL .
Family F un m agazir
azlne:
M okelnsttmItt:h o t chocolatc widi
' • M ake it fun.. Let
Le your child ' milk insteadJ oc f waler. Pour a Utslurp iip m ilk w ith
th a crazy straw, tie e x tra 'o n1 hI b c c re d and let
Let chocolate, him slurp it uujp afterward.
Don’t
lavored syrups.
• Opt fo r• alternatives.
o
u m -ric h fcxKis
il. Or
c
sweeten th e deal.
( try Oval- forget o d ic r’ cold
s; in a c h , yogurt
w h ic h adIds
d s a host of such a s sp
cheese, a lm
n oi n d s a n d b ^ e d
vi*“m ins a n d m innerals.
er
;n thcyrc
hunbeans.
• S«rvc il w h en
t
b oa rd in g a plane iuid leavin
country. All you d o Vi4icn y
ehilil U
w aiting for your first chi
ru
WASHINGTON —
- T h e post B | > ' - f l
road, a n d an you do. you
as you
few weeks have not
croating
m ore anxiety as
lo t b e e n p e a c c BL-:* W
igs ^ t
fill on es In o u r hou
h e a r a bout all diesc things
tiouschold. The
'A
b ab y h as been dciTu
could possibly liappen."
em a n d ln g a llo f
W e' ^
o u r enciOT, day aone
n d n ig h t Our
W
.
Chrbtina'V erccU etto b
sleep b K tcnnittcn
ilk rmagproducts editor at Babyialk
te n t a n d Dtfu],
w ,
'
riddled with n i ^httm
n a rc visions
uentlng
azinc^ a n o fl^ o o i of Parei
5c sp a rContinued from E l
o f basic necessities
[les yet u npurig |L I ,
niagozfric. She encouroges
Jcal o f govemmcnt
uity arc criUc
chased. Wfcckcndi
cmts lo trust thefr instincts
l i o0 n r a respites
'
CIS over , Hut n u m e ro uiss expetls
i
on program.s like
:e H ead Start, whidi
to b e idlshcd. arcc nmo w morehcs
' th e diousands o f gadgets
ets de- eariy childhood argue
arg diat die mv Icls a c a dJerrdc
e
an d more fo-,
tob e e n d u z n L -toiB
BuuyBuyBoby.
signed to d o wiiai m om
n s an d current stra ctu ro‘ or
and expecta- cused o n
em otional and
B abies'R 'U s an dIITk h i ^ i n p u r d acb sliould already b e‘ ddoing dons o f m o d e mI ppir e ^ o o l, in bcliavior Issue
JCS.
wiiJcIi block setsi ar
su it o f stun; m orec stuff,
sr
them sdves.
s tu u w e
and dress un
But diese pprogram s, die Yale
absolutely, posltlvdy
jplacedwiilipl- study found,I. h od lower expulW ithout m entioning, it by ro om surcoftenreplj
vcty m u st have
phabct drills a nid
d quiet desk sion rales dhita n fuidi-afilUated
to fcoep o u r oatw salt
nam e, slie alludes to die! Lenox
Lt
sale a n d stylish
w ork.m aybc(nilpab
pableaswcll.
„nd od ie r pri
a n d com fortable ani
Juvenile Thtde'nile Sm ant Cliild
C
;)rivatc preschools,
a n d d e a n and
sensors
It turns o ut th a tI no
not only are B- wliidi tend t 0o !stress academics.
c o n te n t
Seat — eciuippcd with sen
chides year-olds e x p e a eed
d to excel in
m som e c cnitTs.
er
Ih ln g s a ic b o u n d to
t get worse
children arc
a n d a n audio uack that ch
>u]d h c schoob a n d standar
danlized t«Ls iKaexpelleddi
d u m fired. Day-oue
on c e th e baby b b o n
yoiu* squirm ing d iild sliouli
4-ycar-olds arc
irc cxpected
«
to centers dresscx
£ d u p a s preschools
o r she u n d o die b t ches o rrodierol
Like m any parent:
c n ts-to-bc. my
•as a n cxcclaswelL
were am o n g' th
« ose places diat
wife a n d I are sp en
w ise try to escape — -as
m d ln g otu: lost
-n .i!re I sn p u sh
n
h now
to mak- hiid a l i i ^ e r irote o r expulsion,
Tew b ab ^ess w eeks
exam ple o f a gadget o n wi
t o In a panic*
ing p rc sdiools mlorc
on ucadcmic „ftcn, it seemIS,
s, becausc children
p a ren ts can grow too reliant
p u id ia s e feedback
lo
k loop.
Anxiety
in g u p todieirconironies
focuM d on social skill na* not meeUn
"Batteries die, and electro
oitd uncenalnty .fuei
fuel im pulsive
said
lohn Victual obligat
lation tobdiave.
'
. trips to baby-goQi^
sto p working, and someday
i s ssuperstores.
ilcal assistont
" n ie lUstorii
iric mission of pro“ cHnlca
c a r seat b n ot going to talkkvAwn
w
w h o se g a r ^ t u a Ul
n iinventories
5m ^
professor o f ps[ycliialry
7 ci
and v idingadiildI c o r e b to providca
it siiould have, and die m om
only b c ^ m ore anxi
r u d c ty a n d u n iiu m a n b e lia v io raiUtliBrown'Med- service lo d ie; p a r e n t nol service
c e ru in tji to w hich
Itavc fallen out o f die liobl ?/ ical
h vw c — good
School, w hoQ vvorks
v
widi
io
a
c
h
ild
"
sa
id VN^ter S. Gilliam,
ch crk in g th e strops lic r
A m erican consum
n eeir s th a t wc
idi serious be- ihe Vnle s tu d y ’s c h ief audior. He
d iild ro n widi
T hat's d ie danger, and I diir 1, young
arc — resp o n d by
b y filling on
hnvlo^iil problem s.^
addl'd dial b cjcausc"diccentcrb
a
applies to a lot of diings you
oversize sh o p p in g ccia r t u n til it's
? u see
Prcviousiy, m asie
isiery o f one serving d ie pc
p a re n t’s child carc
o n d ie shelves dial w ould sc
difficult to steer. ("H
(“ oney, do
sW U,sclf-rcguladori.l
ri, Imd typical- net-ds. not d iec ichild's educadonto saTeguord your baby's he
w c n e e d o n e o f thi cCSI
s c v ibm ting
healdi ly ^ cc n a m ojor
jor focus of jJ nec«ds," d iec d a y care center^
Pack ‘N Play playf yyia rd s in Ivy
andsarety.
prc'school," Mr. Boi
Boekamp ex- god Is Ukdy to
:o b e less about im*
"N odiing can subsdtute
L ea g u e p rin t w'ith
ith o p tio n a l
*>‘1 for plained "It b prctty
city cleiir dial jxmlng s o d a l1 sskills o r pedagogy
— J.
■ dI ie vigUancc o f die parent."
c a n o p y acccsso ry
It slie ihis la a n im portant
ry?? A re you
nt fi
facet of pre- jmd m ore aboi
>out maintaining a
says.
"You arc tlic first linelofdcof
sure? I h e m o th e r■on
on Ih c p acksdiool LHlucadon."
u k .in .n y pparents-to-be,
.i
Jeff Turenllne snd
I wKe are sponding
certain harmnco n io u s environnd ht*
j
fensc. Anything else you mi
ag e se e m s awfully
ly h1;o p p y U ia l
•night
Indeed toddlers arcasdf-a-narc
mmt
'ew babylsss weeks In a purehass
ass fesdbaek loop, the aub| u y oAer dial is backup. 'Hu
M tfh a s one....")
Iheres tercd lot. a s anyone
o n e who has
nigl, expul;
ulsion rales also
from top leK, TtacI Zambottl;
Zar
Mara Mlyn;
says. Clockwise
Ck
n, o product you can buy' di
So far w c h o rc: m a n a g e d to
dial's spent m ore ih:tn an
un hour widv often flag a prc!
rcschool's failure to
tra.
(
going
to subsdtute fora wntci
s o m o o f the
Zambotti'sI son,
s( Joey: and Mlyn’s son, Ezra.
itciiful one knows. ’Ih c y rcxii
avoid siriur^ng o n1 sc
XHiuirc a lot of provide su p p o rn for its teachers,
m o re c g ic d o u s ec xn a m p le s of
co.icliing for a.w orlc
orld In wlildi n ie study 7oui
lund, for instance. - detritus
tus am inst her somehow,
g a b o o F ro g — nancy," s a y>3s IV
! ad Z am botti. 36.
really crayons a rc shored,
Verccllelto says there are: re
b aby b l l ^ th e Bugab
d tldie feelings dint expulsions
IS w ere about twice
^on. "My old college
"I didn't
did w an t'to bring (Ezra) only
< a Imndful (or maybe aI m ini- o f others arc param
a t J729, the c u r r ennt t'" i f stroller ofW islilngtot
ramoiint, and a sc o m m o n in1cclassroo ms where
called m c a n d said,
intoIlls
liisnew h ouse through th e ^ van-ful)
o f th in u b ra n dcl-ncnv
-r
games o f Cundyland
< l>e lost teodiers d id nc
nd can
n
ts d o u s urb an room m ate cal
n o t have access to
bascmei
have, widiout tantrum s,
ment.’ s h e s a y s ,d io u ^ th a t paren
i
ts should cTeflniidy lu
sophisdcates; th e wt>ol-and*
i
'W hat have: you
yo got?' A nd I s a i±
mental h e ^ thIpprofessloruils.
iirsery school
"When t e ncn
d ers have access
operly
'Ihiditionidly nursi
was die
the way slie and he r h us- At
/ th e top o f die list b a prop«
cash m c rc baby b)lan
lar k et (writh 'Notliing.' So sh e im m c d ia id y
T
lia
ts
has
been
th
e
place
w
e
wliere
those
lo
bdiavioral
p ^ i o l o ^ i s and
bondI typiouly
ty]
e n tered "I didn'l instanc'd
I
infant car seat. ("Ill
m atching plush ho'isc
j'rsc toy) fit)m cam e dow nI to visit a n d lo o k m c
JU io ut skiilsareacquired.anc
)aby store."
vnm:ttlu
andwliereso- classroom mlanugem
ai
dicy won't let you
that to b e the Qrst dilng h c esscndal;
c
ent tech*
Herm es. vAiich wUl1 sc
s e t y o u back w m y firet bab
') S
Sec- ciaibadon h a s b een
n ddie primary niques,’' Gilliam
im said, "expulsion
cy arrived a t B abies
saw.* •
oc f th e hospital widiout it.")
ravaffm t kidWlicn they
$1,040; or the extravi
It goes
lesson. But a s thec eeducational rates are cut i nnhalf."
i
/c rS p rin g ,M d .Z am Mlyn
lyn and h e r husband fell ocn d is a stroller— "one that
gi
scaled fu rn ish in g to
l o bfae fo u n d at ‘R'UsinSUvcr
ys, as- pendulum in d ie United
Un
Slates
GQUam d texl
d h b ow n cxperi*
Into aa tnip
i
all too co m m o n w
v idi your lifcstyie," she says,
w h e re
th e botti found1 tlie
ti c x p cricncc o f
Posh1bts.com .
ence as a consi
lilt for nas swung tow ard1 empliasidng
en
isu lta n t in a Head
this reporterls guilt
ng inew parents, says V idd suaglng
s
/a ]Little Lord entering its> 337.000-squarc-foot am ong
guardians o f todays
slcraft standardized icsis
;ts and en- Slan school inn Kentucky, where
whelming, s h e says. lovine,
e,aiitlior
ai
o f the best-selling going
g
w idi d ie $49.99 Kola
id th
F au n tlero n d m find
t a t $8,900* space "overwh
lianced academ ic acl
adiievement, one preschool
lol teacher oncc
friends’ Guide" series o f Universal
I
Car Scat Carrierr OVJ.J
o
a ly zcd 1 Just sto o d
"Glrlfrici
h a n d m a d e b o m bcc v a n ity th e "I "®s paraly
ly
preschools
lamented
to
hi
moral
f
^
u
s
o
f
m
an
v
j
h im th at her stufront o f th e store. Wc . books,
s, Induding T h e Girl- th
tl e $2,8(X) SilverCross Balmc
l ly <c n i n g o u i th e ic in th e fio
nursery Is practically
,j.pal— li.T-s_^angC !djK x^^
uough_dic_____
u
i l - ______ dcn lS -rac ctL_up_U
h ad'tO 'gO 'get'lunch ■ friends'*
fixvtjred-byGwyncdii-r
dedded w e ha
ds' Guide to Prcgriancy," pram
r
foe
suuidords arc center o f h e r dassKXim
c
as if h
n o d o n o f suu
GiiUriends’ Guide to Tbdtj
trow
an d Julia Roberts. A ndI ddiiM
lys b e th o se before w c cnouuld even go in. We “The Gii
T h e re will always
coming dow n alm ost
ost ilo die cm- was o drag s trip
ipan y th in g tliat dlcrs"- and
a
"Tlie G irlfriends' bii a good sturdy crib, thou
w ho don't m ind using
ing t h d r chil- <li<ln’t even buy
b
a
"i sa id 'W hy
w E
bryo," sa id A d d cJ Brodkin,
B
h
y
d
o
you have a
ctoBabyGcar.”
“i
Guide
to
“u
sed
cribs
o
r
hand-me-dow
d re n to broadcast th
thee ir w ealth, <lay”
psychologist a n d chllc
M
d
dcvdopdrag
strip
in
t
th
e
dassroomT'”
im botti a n d h e r 9'll^sa vvery well known fact that aro
a o u t o f d ie question."; I s
I m et Zaml
b u t for the m ost p a n . Amcricaii
m ent c o n su lta n t "We
"W are nol GlUlam said, ai
a n d then hdped
son,
Joey,
at
oncc you
yoi find out you’re preg- says,
citing safety conside;
&
Ulty g e a r in* month-old
S6 blDion-a-ycar bab}
allowing n orm al, crcui
midve, inter- die te ad ier m
n io w bookshelviss
you do th e least sensible
ti
don-s.
in g ty V\bnderland.[.a
a n: ci^ iborlicxxlbar nant, yoi
dus& y thrives o n twv o sccm
1
,, .
acdve play. We a rc wa
wandng IddS and other furrd
n ltu ro around die
osts a "Baby. H appy tiling: you
yo could possibly do,
V ercdletto says she could
n d s e ts th a t ben: tliat host
bico m p atlb le m lndi
to sit dow n a n d1 w
write their ' room, c reating
ig sm all Isolated
evening,
wlilcfi
hliav e ro b ed h er own childr
1 isis to move, remoclel o r
e w p arents: H our' every V\fcdncsday
V\k
te n d to cocxist in nncv
Udren n a m c sa 'i3 a n d d o ro
tc tasks diat secdons w hen;
rote
rc chlldnsi coidd
tucc hours m idweek,
addonon to your house," says wv.ithout a bouncy s c a t "You
For two or thro
te n o r a n d schmal tz.
*ou rc an; extremely b oring
i a young interact in smal
ig at
lall groups, ellmldads get to gether o n
lovine.
"1
£. "Then,
ifyou have a cou- going
g
to n eed som epbcc just
n s llo
'
O n d ie one hand..th
th(e in d u s try m oms a nd dac
naiing die c ente
itersu lp o fflo o rln
cond floor to com pieofofweeks wiiere yo u 're ppu t the baby." she says.The m
mirat
icve th a t die the bat^ secor
w ould have u s belicvi
lirodkin a n d o thers
ers IarEUC dial die room.
am ong them ,• she
s
com m iscratc, their
theoictic
ctically ‘overdue,’ you start trickcd-out
u
o l l y inhos- m une a n d co
w hen chUdrcn arc.* pushc'd
pi
m aterial vtrorid is w^ho
toCertainly, disi
isruptive children
IS o n dicir la p s o r
painting.
ing. And o f course y ou
gi
__ a place babies sitting
gushes,
"have lights and toys
ys oi n ward acdvidcs o r a curriculum
ci
pitablc to childrenI —
can destroy th ce id assroom cxpeIdling ncarb>i
don't believe
bd
that any carpet a
tr
tnem
; they have vibradons, nii
Iges a re to o crawling/toddli
m as- duit b above theirr skill
sl or age ricnce for d ie oothers. They can
w here aD table edge:
n.3 9 ,ofW a^iingion.
stronger
I ever w a l l ^ o n c a n sage,
;er has
si
all kincb o f bells oj
MoraMlyn,3
a n d level, fhistradon a nidbadi>diav'
db
shaip. aU tap water tD
o o :h o t,ev e ty
make a tcacher'
cr's life rrdsenible.
1/2-m onth-oId Ezra
b e a iafc
safep b cc for your child to
w
rea
whbdes. I found diat I really
io ra rc o fte n d ic re s u lt
stra p a n d siring a p o te n tia l bounccs 9 1/2
suddng aw ay h e r energy, good
uil!ic d m ine all the time.*
craw^anc
and play."
T h a n d , they on her knee2 a s s h e rcca^s th e
The p usli for acadi
aidemic-cen- will and tim e.. 1T hey can anger
noose. O n th e other
aLnoU
uvlngii.& illy------ ^ovincin c -u r^ -n c w -p a ic n ts.— -----— C lc a r^ -th c tc ^ -ro o m -ini.an
-a y — to ro d -p ro se h o o lini g - h a s - n o i — odierparents,-w
ting-zooof-Q — guUtsh ef dtaL
:
--------- profliE rapastd-pcttinj
w h o in turn pres*-------n u iscry re ad y a n d
and espe
specially new modtcrs —
ni parents' "must-have" Ibt
new
I
1st for
happened In a vacui
icuum. State sure schoob t o> ttu m them o u t It
world, em broidered1 w ith duck- deckcd-out nu
fo lake
Nc- a n d federal poUdcs,;,pn ^ c u la r iy b o fte n ea slest.a
£ aa deep breath and stay a ab it o f personal discredortL N
n lh e arrived h o m e
.andpcrhapsbet*
lings a n d lambyUns.j,w
w h erc a D ls ^ t i n g w h c 31
Be
jpJtaL In tho m id d le
calm ^^41cn
Vbhi faced widi die vast cessity,
cc
Act. te r for o th e r c h i l ^ n In die
Uke beauty, b i a d iec ecy c die No Child Left Behind
etern ally soft an d sw
sv e e t a n d from the hospii
signed b y President
re n o v a tio n ,
sea of
sti
jnt Bush in classroom, to> m a in tain high
f supposed
"must-lmvcs." oolfth c beholder.
irre n c y
o f an llth -i-hour
hi
cutencss the only curre
2002. reguiro sta te[ss iand local standards for diisdpUne.
b
her h u sb and had
But she
k
l b w hich I can only add:I: BeG
1C knows
it can I k hard to
b ^ - g o o d s - Mlyn a n d hei
O n e trip to a localI ba
m eet lough
But. so m e c:
um
school ^ l e m s to mi
h e n su p p lies in to
standuup
ex p e rts wonder,
p to aggresshv prtxiuct hold
hi th e O ri^nal C rum b Chhu
supersto re reveals th ie stra n g e m oved kitchcj
chin- new academ ic cxpcct
wctadons or wliedicr standar
lards are now just
markeUni
:dng — n o t to m e n d o n
bbiib w ldi patented, u nique chi
r m ts r iG o g - w h a t-w o u ldd b c c o m e Ezra’s
s i ^ t o f first'tim e paren
too hlgli, a t lea
ea st for die prcting books and m agazines to
to-to c coverage! Behold th
o f m obiles
panmtinfi
d e face consequences.
tw c c n u ic K m om In th ec *placc
f
gjng frenedcally octwc
school set.
IS vvrere microvwivcs
lillcd wiui
will alarming anecdotes
BcbcSounds
Angelcaro Mov
*ovckittycat-cm
- and t a s s ^ e ts
B<
tw o poles; c o o i ^ a t U
tt
b ian
Supponers o f dicsc
sse ]programs
‘*11,(110 arc bi;
inappropriate cx■ •
— aimed
ned directly at this cm o - m
me n t Sensor, wiuch souncb
blenders,1.
blazoned booties o ntiee im o m e n t
nuiin
argue
duit
stro
n
g
acadi
ad
e
m
ic
prcpcctatlons
in
I
th is country,"
alarm
should
y
our
baby
rem
a
'
w
eek
from
m
y
d
u
e
donal^vi
^vulnerablepopubdon.
aL
er c a rb o n I was o n e vw
stressing o u t over
wW help b ro d iin s a ld '"There
n
b d ib e n o rsays, "a n d all m y
"When
len llia d m y flrstb a b y .m y sdU
sd in h b crib for m ore t h ainn 2; 0 school p ro g ra m s w
r» tIh c n e x t date,- sh e soy
m oncodde detectors
equalize a n cducadoni
ional system mous worry a bxoiu t achievement
talking ab o u t their
m ind had
had already gone to oil th e
seconds!
B diold die Dcx Bai
se
T he piessure-to give: in a n d b u y incnds vkrere tnl
urcaied be- andaccom plishr
tliat lias b e e n bifurc
h m e n t"
^r
h o w great tlieir
darkest
p:
it places,"
lovine says. "It W
Wine W arm er w idi C h a n,„\no
fr o m a ta lk - nurseries —- Y
on e o f everything— fro
tvrocn rich a n d p o o r dl
dbuicts for
Arc behavioral
ral flash cards far
almostt ukln't
di
m atter that they
LLiji ^ t . which, according to I
Jck 'N Play* nursery was. w hat kind o f crib
ing c a r scat to a “IQck
bdiind?
m d w c didn't even
vtrere reeding
fccci
m
o(T m y paranoia:
manuiacturer. "takes die jolt* oi
im c a n play they.got.— anc
piano th at a new born
cadon, they
Behavior m odiflcad
im for h im y e t"
'Prevent'!
m'iliis, prevent d ia t Pro- . .of
o f cold wipes!*
^ room
w ith its £sct— can b cein
ir tc m s a
:c
place
at
knows, really, that
vent your
A nd to m y duc-at-any-ndnu:
our child from getdng h b
For so m e it can ^ Itlm
m m obiliz- T h o u ^ slic kn
my tiomes it
aught in th e bottom o f a
ba
Ezra didn't cate
otc,
says she
liair caugl
baby:
Ready w hen you arc — a
doesn't. " M o d e m pparcndng
h e r new
Jacunii and
ai drowning. Prevent
m
f
mio s t I just have a few moi
didn't have an y th ln g u n d l couldn’t h e lp;) feeling
r
pracdccs aro failing to icurc t 0(lquick
erroncb to nm....
hold d ie d u st a n d
your ±
chili
ild from inadvencnUy
qu
to im y prcg- baby w ould ho
a b o u t six m onths Into
most
dicrhood. w h ic h bs die
ti
de*
_
pathologicai stage o f hhuman
t
Jd
John
_______
velopm ent."
said
Q
R osem ond a syndicate
M c d co lu m . .
B o y e r /.
— .... .4^ ^
n b t and achrcxaic oiff trodidonal
tr
______ parenilng. '.’l . i d l peop:
M p le l t - b a .- ...........
, measure o f G od’s m erq
ercydiatw e
___________
electric s ia n•ter
c i a n d s e lf-p ro W«wid*y___________
inch mul
mulching electric m o d e l AAind Scott h a s a line o f rrce d don't grow to full size L
p elled fro n t-w
movrtjrs
— from about $79 fo:
-w h eel d riv e c a n
nms$45Q
^50 and c an handle y ards
m
n ra y S ^ p ush th e p ric» ct oI S 5 0 0 o r m o t c .
u p t o na tthird
h
1U4 -in ch
m o d el
—
o f a n acre.
F o r h o m eo w n ers) w ith lo ts
-P ro p o h d its o f educa
lucadon eq*
R em em ber th
tJ a t m u lc h in g
For those
thi
w ho w ant m a n - TT^
brgetcom .
sm aller th an a third1o f a n acre.
mowers n e e d m
r o re h o rsc p o w pcnver• instead
in
o f horsepovrer —
a rid in g m cw cr m l ^ t b e a b it
— ‘J-..-.— ----------------a tlUrd o f a n acre
a n d ba((
er. For y ard s'a
latteries^ co n sider reel
m u c h , like u sin g a r o lle r to
o r larger, g o w
wit
ith 5 h p o r m o re,
mowers.
]
rs. Brill,
a G erm an co m p a in t th e h ead o f a pJin.
in .
If you m ow m
mc
o re thiui o n c c a
pany, makes
mal p u sh r e d m ow ers
B ut th ere are o thlee r o p d o n s
cd m o w e rs
w i ^ c o tu idler
e ra n e n g in e w ith
— th a t c o st
— noI engines
ei
— fro m gas-povrered
about $$2i
ab o u t 6 h p. EErngines b e tw e e n
2 0 0 ; b uy it online a t
w ith electric sto n e rss a n d
S h p c a n e fO d en t- vw w .cic?
« ls
to
3 .5 h p.ancf4.S
:lcanalrg'ardcnlng.com .
p ro p e lle d
w h eels
S
A
L.
□
N
m
an-pcA
vly
m
anage
yardi
irds s m a lle r t h a n a
old -fa sh io n e d , h u a
M a g ic V a l le y 's
B«ck R<m L-R:
m
third o f a n acre.
xc.
✓
ered p u sh reel m ow ers.
Nicole Ward. AbbyV
byWood.
O n /lIi n e
:o iirsc.
B ut
T h e latest w
wav e o f e le ctric
Price m atters, o f co
u
htonka Williams.
eo w n ers to
m owers u se re
rc<c h a ig e ab le b ate q je rts advise homeow
S e c tio n
Conie On; KristiW
fbn
S
te a d
of
th e
|
A
teries
instea
btty a m o w er th a t; flts
fli t h e ir
Robin Gardner
lu ally w a n t
cum bersom e: ccco rds o f th e p a s t
J
needs. T w ouldn't usua:
c c trlc
s ta rt
Black & D ccke
a
•Mcfs 24-voh. 19a m ow er w ith a n e le
t
L E i u a ^ _ _ _ A v a ila b h
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a'w\ faeelsi'’
o r w fth self-piopcS ca
^ ^ P H I ' S 'i e v e n s ^ Ailene U
(oriMrSLofonl/unu iT
\
fo r
soys Jim M enne, a m i
Karen Hohnhor^ O
June lOdt
I'
I
^ ( B r i d a l s!,R s g i s t j y : ^
m a n a g e r for Law n Bo}
■ ^ ^ ■ 1 Manning
w
e
d
d
l
li n g s ,
iBIaktiinANeUEUmiivn
*
pro d u c ts. "But I travel
!l a l o t.a r i d
M oornikiT
in M « f ytrrtif
a
Janelim
S
____ _
e n g a g esim e r x ta
m y wUb som etim es hla
a ss t o m o w
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canM/tJk:Ai«dMaff5«c*M
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a n d in
m ore.
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Ageless
A
Senior!
ir Citizens, Inc.
IM n Falls SenI
mior Center
5 30 S h o s h o n e sStt w .
noon to
-/D in n e r s erv edJ fhjm
fr
12:30 p .m . Suggest*
w e d donation
Is £3.50 for s e n ioors.
rs Tlie cost is
S5 fo r n o n to senlc
iniors un d er 60
a n d $2.50 fo r chil
:M d rc n under
12.
' P o o l ro o m opc
o p en M ondoy
th ro u g h Friday, 8 a.
Lou n g e ro o m avoUi
visio n , p u z 2 lc s ar
a n d reading,
B argain C e n te r wi
M o n d a y s th ro u,g
g hr p 5 5 a ? r S
a.m . to 4 p.m .
■Menus:
' M onday: Q o sc d ^
lU e sd a y : P ork< cl
chops, polal o « a n d gravy, bi
broccoli and
cauliflow er, c o|tta
t l a ^ cheese
salad, b read, fruit, c
W e d n e sd a y Chi
Chicken chow
m ie n , egg r o J s .o.rlencolvegclarle
bles, le lT o salad,.co
COo k ies
Ih u r s d a y : Swisii
i
ISS steak,
potatoes, asp a ra g u s.. □]
opple salad,
b read, cake
.
..
F riday: Beef gou
5oulash, corn,
saiod, b read, fru itt bbiars
'
Activates:
'
M onday: C losed
T uesday: TicketItn
1\ie sd o y
Blood pa*ssurc^
C om m ission o f Blind
Bl
W ednesday: Elks
< a r d a u l)
k sC
Foot Cilnic
Exercise class
B irthday d in n e■rr
Bi & F riends
T h u rsd ay : C en te
terr pinochle
Friday: Q uiitlngg
Lunch bingo
Exercise class
S atu rd o y : S u p err bingo
bl
End
West Ent
Senior Citizen
ens Inc.
1010 M ain St., Buh
3uhl
Menus:
steak
Today: C h ick cn1 fried
fi
d inner. 1 p.m .
M onday: Cook'sJ choice
cli
T u esd ay : Tbcos.
:os. refried
b e an s, veg etab le ppilate, fruit,
custard
W e d n esd ay :
Liv
Liver
and
. o n io n s, sc a llo p eid
d potatoes,
c ream puff
green salad, fruit, crc.
T h u rsd ay : Fish d in
inner, cornb re a d , sa la d , p o ta
la t o ,, fruit,
brow nie
,
i n S l .N .,K ta b « tiy
offee. Ju ice a n d tea
H am d in n e r, n o o n to
lulls a r c S 6 , C hildren
M 2 a re S 3 .5 0
y: H ot tu rk e y sa ndato salad, p eas, Ume
rcots a n d pineopple,
^
W ^ n c sjday:
da
C u b e ’ s teaks.
.parsley poll
o ta to es, v egetables,
green sajad,
td, fruit a n d oatm e al
Friday: M
M eotloaf, p otatoes,
^ 1,:ed
5 ^ v egetables, a p p le
AaUllesi
Monday:':AA
A m e e tin g , 7 p.m.
Tuesday: B
Bingo, 7 p .m .
Thursdoy:
jy: NA m e e tin g . 7
P-f"Friday: Bin
3ingo, l l :5 0 a .n i.
Pinochle.J. 1 p .m .
ding County
Goodit
Senloi
lor citizens
308 Senior,
lorAvc.
All dinners
;rs a re a t n o o n . Suggested donatl
latlon $ 3 fo r seniors,
Menus;.
M onday:: M e a tb a lls w ith
noodles, crc
crco m m u s h r o o m
gravy, broccol
coll. Jell-O .w ith c otmge chccse.
S| ice c a k e
;, sp
Tuesday:; Ll
Liver a n d onions,
potatoes a nidd gravy,
|
g laz ed carrots, mixed
.'d fru it, rh u b a rb
cobbler, cornt
rn b re ad
W ednesday
lay:
B a rb e c u e
sala d ,
chicken, m o c a ro n i
{ctabies, p u d d in g ,
y. Pit , h a m , sealT hursday:
ito to e s,
b ru sse ls
lo p e d
pota
sprouts, earn
arrot ra is in sa la d ,
cherry pic, roll
Actii'liies:
ung for a isleeepover?
How yoimjlg is too you
----------------------------
D|ch<
Ichfleld
1t!buth a n d Fam d
s e p a ra d o n fro m th
\ e ir famOy.; a tth e O iOIdren,
ctitmi a t th e U nhrersity
flyC cnsortii
even for ploy d u te*.
e s, until thtyV e
lotB,
ake th a t s ^ r
o lM ln n e so
t to ld p a re n ts n e e d
learned h ow to m
mal
su
re
t h w ch ild ca n
'’
to -m o k e n
ra d o n th r o t ^ g oSioinstoscboM
o
s e p a r a te vdQ
w foDow d irections
sold SheDy f io nidl
d l i th e Fraser
y C en tei.
fro m o th eTrad
i u lts a n d c a n m a n Child and^FiunllyC
mm
age h is ir
o r h e r be h av io r in a
‘Sonie children
x a y b e e x d t*
u a tio a T h is level o f
g ro u p s ltw
c d a b o u tg o ln g uto>aa^rle n d ^b u (
c o m e s a ro u n d .
ere a n d irt) after
m atu rity uusually
si
otK e they ^ there
Idme. niddenly
a g e 7, s h e s«
d in n e r a n d beddm
"E arlier th
d a n t h a t to o m a n y
theyVe n o t rea d yirfo
foi rth atlev d o f
th U m c a n1tlthrow kids off kilter.‘
separation.'’
n, senior
feDoNV E r id a o n slaid.
ai
M arti Erickson,
t
Minn—poto star THbumI______ .
bCfee. 9:30 a.m .
coff,
luUtlng, 10 a.m . lo 3 p.m .
Uesday: Pinochle, 1 p.m .
Wednesday: Snack ba r. 6
Wed
p.m.I.
^ l y to bird bingo, 6:30 p.m .
Eorlj
Bing
Ingo. 7 p .ia
Thtu
h tm d a y : Exercise, 9 a-m.
Coffi
toffee, 9:30 a.m.
Fridt
riday; Pinochle, 1 p.m.
nn.
MINNEAPOUS, M inn
En often
P arents o f young children
<
arc un su re w hat age is1oppro*
at
rlate for sleeping at a friend^
fri
ou se o r hosting a sleep
»pover.
e neni
t ex>
M o st child- dcvelopm
ites. n o t
p e n s agree that play dates
i a te for
sleepovers, arc approprlat
preschoolers.
evelop“So m e U ds aren't devi
ke th a t
m en tally ready to m ake
E
Senior Center
Irange juice, m ilk a n d coffee
w l daily.
Pets _ _
tenus:
londay: Tuna noodle cossembced
, flve-way
,vegetal
^tables, fruit salad, ginger
id
liursday:
T
om
oto
so u p ,
Tnur
grilled
ed cheese
(
sandw ich, p ea ch
pie
IBlaine County
<
Senior
Center
:lT hirdA vc. s ., H ailey
enus:
Menu
onday: Meat! oa f a n d gravy,
Monti
m ashed
h e d p o tato es, b u tte re d
corn,. aam brosia, h o t biscuits,
e your ow n sundae
" H lesday:
S
Fish o r ch ick c n ,
h a s hibrow
b n n casserole,, g ree n
beans.
IS. icom bread, c a rro t.a n d
sj
raisin1 salad,
angel food cake,
lem on
in sauce
s
Frido]
idoy: Roast pork a n d gravy,
'b a k e d sw
! eet potato, English
peas,, hhto t roll, W aldorf salad,
c h cnry
y pie,
p ice cream
Aciivii
fiviries:
M end
>nday: IVvln Falls sh o p pim . 9 o.m
a. .
TUesd
esday: Caregivers, 10:30
Blood
lod pressure, 11:30 a.m .
•rcise. 1:15 p.m.
dnesday: Kcd h atters, 1 1
' u ving
ing will, 1234 p.m.
ursday: Exercise, 1:30
Thursi
p.m.
go, 5:30 p.m .
urday: Red Hat gro u p trip
rmola
to C arm
t Winery, 10:30 o.m .
-
if u n su n g ,
Continuwl from a
th e ro le o ff effective,
€
M ost h e a rtw oDrm
rn preventacoQtftia h e t t m in ppu b lic h e a lth ” says
re they
tlv es
' <n o w
s u c h a s hum ans, w here
n d -p a ra s ld »
P e te r S c h auitz.
n VMD, PhD , D ivily, eyes,
a n th e lm in d c s ;a
(ani
m igrate t h r o u ^ th e body,
i
(called
or.w orm ers) th atared
t an T ectlv eat s io n o f PP:a ra sitic D ise ases,
o r skin causing disease (c
b r D ise ase C o n tro l
ost c om m on C e n te rs foi
controlling th e m
moi
visceral larval m lgrans o>rr c utan d o n — th e CDC —
la] p arasites as
a n d P revent
zoonotic intestioa]
n e o u s larval migrans). Places
PI
m et
e s to p a n s lte
in A tlanta,
le a n d
wclL W hen It com
w h e re do g s congregate
lould b e n oted
, Finally, ev e ry o n e sh o u ld fo l* ,
les, ei tc )
prevendon. it shoul
defecate (parks, sidewalks,
n io
lo w g o od.
d . b a sic h y g ie n e ,
th a t th e C o m paan
l n A nim al
arc po te n d a) sources o fI infecin
ih o u ld b e t a u m t to
a lly W
P ara sh e Council. .C hildren ah
tio n fo r hiuTums, especlalli
g.
r e c o m - ' -w ash th e irr h a n d s a fte r p la y in g
wrww.capcvet.org.
ra tin g c hildren th a t run1 bba re!. y; eoi^roupd ' v tlth 'p e ts ooir a n y ty p e o f ani*
m e n d s lifetline.
fo o t in th e se “hot zone’ aareas,
r
rAj L L p etsre- m a l. e s p e d ai lly b e fo re e a tin g ,
F ortunately, decretislng
n g th e
parasite control bfor
t^ h lc location. Folkm dng th
d e s e sim p le s te p s
s ra
gardlessofgeogn^jti
r is k o f th e se infections is
ri lrly
y re
: d u c e th e risk oT
iaya to
" V e te r in ^ a n is ooire increas- w ill g re a tly
easy. It takes several day;
s essential
to
acquLring aain y o f th e s e in fecw ee k s fo r th e eggs passe<
s c d in
I n ^ recognizedaos
I
u s to m a in ta in
ll
fecdve
th e public h e a lthimmls s lo n a ta U - d o a a a n a asllow
fec cs to develop Into Infec
lealth
practice,
a
m
u
tu
a
lly
y
h e a lth y r e la tio n larvae. Therefore, p ro mip
p t rele v d s o f pu b lic hea!
w n p e o p le a n d p e ts,
b u t 1 believe t h a,tt ooiu r m o st ef- sh ip betw eei
m o v al o f feces fromn th e
Por m ore
re irifo rm a d o n g o to
e n v iro n m e n t (back yard)
j) a<n d
fective p o te nia
tial l role in
litte r boxes is c ru d a l. If ;y ou
p rev enting h u intan
a n disease U th e C O C Hle
e ja lth y P ets H e a lth y
site :
vetP e ts W eb
w alk y o u r d og in p a rk
rkss o r
th ro u g h good preventive
re v
w w w . c d ccoy/heal
^
th y p e ts /
a lo n g c ity streets, pick u p a fte r
crin a iy p ra c d c e .
ly educational
- — 7^
d tte n s
Providing tim ely
e
y o u r d ogl P uppies a n d kltt
jte n d to h a v e th e highest w to rm
Falls veterin
mne
e rs a n d ad*
Former Tlvln
71
ad vice lo ^
ow
|b u rd e n s, so they n eed to b e
y Becker is the coaum in isterin g v a cddnnai tlo n s o nd arianM arty,
book
“Chicken Soup
p ro p e rly ^ ew orm ed by' y o u r
tim ely preventive
laatttfc
t d iU n tic th o ro f,A eb
t
\veterin arian .
rs9 L o v ^ SouL“
treatm e n ts to p e ts,v
:s,Vire'cu;play ForTneHors.
Expel__
(ContlniMd from E l
i c t’^shjBsaid.
careful — ainnd yo u d o a b o n e r
liiiinediatdy distract.’
H ea d Start expulsions
flch
id.
n s In
For .clariQr in ea
d i situiltton. job,” sh e said.
so u th -c en tral Idaho arc “v
schools w in alw ays
kev,”
Still, presc!
*Veiy “c o m ih u n lc ate —- thaitb
i
. \rare," h e said.
Ml w ith beh av io ral
tu t w ith th e h a v e to deal
sa)d >DUnn. n o t JJtui
At D unn's school, prevent
p roblem s. Du
m don
child b u t also w ith1 th
dl e p a re n t
X m n views th e daily
is p o rt o f the ovenul stratc
lategy.
‘We ne ed th e paren
pai ts’ sup- d ra m a * 'a saichaU
cl
oige."
1
Stoying
ahea d o f th e gam
laightforw ard
Kids w ill btxe kids, "and th is is
n ee —
p o rt — a n d I'h i stral{
. w
y hile so m e 50 preschoolers
lid.
w h e re d i e y^ ^ going to a c t o u t ”
^rs arc a b o u t that." s h e said.
j,learn in g to interact w idi1 co n e
R enee Robbins,>, ovm
o
er an d
sh e sa ld .
a n o th e r— Is param ount.
— Knight Rklder
o p e ra to r o f UJ tttl
de
Gems
According to teacher Marie
^ le n contributed to
u le n e Preschool in TVvin F
idd to ' **tniin
nfrtnll _
MitcheU. group settings odd
thtoreport
' e tc m p to d o n ofdlsrupdvcl
th
---------^— r
v cbe- ie d c h e r-stu d e n t ratio
rati a s op- .
hhavlor.
ite-m andatM
Ttmes-Netv
p o se d to th e state-i
rws writer L o n tta
’'U feneed to w a td ifo rit—
ools.
Burihartcan
nbetvadtedaxT SS- aan d
i-to -1 2 for preschool:
if you se e tiiat tem per coml
irlate n um be r 3223, or w
w r iu to her a t _______
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Monday: PO'
Plnociile. 12
VWldOne, 6c j f r n
TUesday: ■pooi.
Po< 9:30 a .m .
Camas County
c, 110:30 a.m .
Foot cilnic.
Bridge, 6:30;
30 p .m ..
.
S(
Senior Center
ay: Pool, 9:30 a .m .
_ ,
Wednesday:
'E.W
lllow,FalrfIeId
Board meetl
fctlng, 1 p .m .
jn m
ard. G p .m .
.
,
’ eals ore served TUesShunicboarc
a n d Fridays,
------------------------- T h u rsd a y, :-'
: - Q u m - s o c l a l . - 9 - f l ® JW
j j ednesdavs
j
enter Is op en from 9 to 2
p,m . Seniors, a.m .
Tbday: Buffet, 1 p.n
eal days. The cost o f th e
a-m
M.50.
Pool. 9:30 a-r
I
$ 4 ,u n d e ra g e 6 0 , S4.5
ror
non
to
seniors
is $3.50;
s s u ri,lla .m .
se, 10 a.m .
Blood pressi
: I
M onday: Excrcisc*.
c n u n d e r 10 a rc $ 2 .0 0 .
Life rilglu
■M p r e s e „ .a .io „ ,
I ■
Cards, 6 to 9 p.m1..
iuggested d o n a tio n fo r
12:30 p,m.
■
,
Tuesday: g u m in lg,
g ,{6 a.m . to 3
Oiosc 60
6 0 ;years o f age a n d o ld e r
TOPS. 4 p.m.
!
p.pi.
0.
Pinoclilc, 7 pp.m .
, i»*2.50I
Crafts, 1 to 4 p.m1..
iiis:
s lu n tee r a p p r e d a M eni^
p.m .
Fridoy: Volu
I
Board m eeting, 1 p.
sday:
i.m. to 2:30 p .m . at
TUcsda Cheeseburgers, potion. 11:30 a.m
!
Bingo, 7 to 9 p.mI..
tatosalad
Ja d . vegetable plate, friiit
jcercise, 10 lU rfC lub
t
W ed n esd ay : lixet
sll-O, bun, dessert
j.m . ■
\vithIell-<
Bridge, 1 p.m
i
a.m .
in e sd ay : C orned b e e f
::30p.m .
W edne
ing, 8 a.m . to
Bowling, 1:3C
I
T h u rsd ay : Quilting,
,tn.
a
n
d
cabb
abbage, baby red po taBingo,
6
p.m.
I
3 p.m .
toes,
gre<
green salad, fruit, c o m
I
Foot clinic
, d e ssert
Blood pressure. 11:-^
11:45 a.m .
HagermanI Senior
S
Center
Friday:
loy:TUrkcy. potatoes a n d
Bingo, 1 to 3 p.m>.•
140 E. Lake
dressing, broccoli, g reen
___________ F riday: Excrcisc, 10 a.m .
O pen 8 a.m.
m . to 2 p .m . M on^
--------------------- daysrW cdnesdi
is d a y s - a n d r a d a y s —
irday:WafDcs, eggs, hairu
U m c h is serve
rved a t n o o n a n d
Flier Senior Haven
Hi
e d n e sd a y a o o d F ri- “ ''iuuice
lc .
Mondoys,Wedi
222 M ain St.
ted d o n a tio n is $3,
a t n o o n on days. Suggestec
D in n ers serv ed at
vities:
,rs « a „ d c h U d « :n
rsdays. Sugseniors
IXiesdays a n d T h u rsd
iday: Exercise, 7:30 a.m .
g e ste d d o n a tio n»:: S3 for u n d e r 12. S2.
TUcsda;
iday: Exercise, 7:30 a.m .
se n io rs . H o m e to0 (delivered
I
R o a st
pork.
M onday:
m eals a re available• eeaa c h m ealting, 9 a.m . to 2 p.m .
m
ashed
potato
lim e.
iw puzzles
salad,
fruit,
brci
S
S
'
”
'
Menus:
gc class
W ednesday;
TU esday: B aked1 hh a m loaf.
inesday:
Exercise, 7:30
I f c n 't t 'i - J !
w 'S S e ;
m a sh e d b o iled p o taatoes,
to
brocread, d e sse rt
a-*?- ,
eese, lettuce
gar'ic breo
coli w ith g rated chees<
laiad d o y ,. fajita
.
salad, b re a d a n d bu tler, bar
ting, 9 a.m . to 2 p.m.
salad, fru it sa la d ,
QuUtinj
salad, pea sah
cookies
,w ppuzzles
;se, b e a n s, b rea d .
Jigsaw
c d turkey, cottage cheese,
{
T h u rs d a y : S liced
Thursdi
rsday: Exercise, 7:30 a.m .
I
m a s h e d p o ta to e s an
a n d gravj:,
■
A rtclas!
lass, 9 a.m ; "
m ix ed v eg e ta b le s,1. coleslaw,
<
«,
ting, 9 a.m . to 2 p .m .
ter. rhubarb
Silver• aain d G o ld
salad, rolls a n d b utter,
ly: Exercise, 7:30 a.m .
dessert
Senior
9r C enter
pool
Quilting
ling. 9 u.m. to 2 p.m.
Jerome Seniorr 0Center
U S e s ie d ddooin a tio n s fo rs e n w ppuzzles
Jigsaw
dl m e a ls in clu d e
2 1 2 H rs(A vc.E .
io rs is S3. All
}d ;at noon, salad, dessert,
i
I
All d in n e rs se rv ed
1 . fruit,
m ilk a n d
Mllnldoka
in i
County
ays a re c o o k ie a n d
Suggested d o n a tio n1 is S3.50.
coffee. Tuesdays
f Citizens Centerlays a n d W ed n c s------ S e n lOor
■
■
Menus: ........ ... ---.• - -------------b read bake day
M onday: Finger stc
steaks, au- d a y s are cinna
m a m o n ro ll a n d
7 0 2 IIU
11th St., R upert
;as, plcidcd m ap le bar bake
m t l n p o tato es, p eas,
k c d a y s.
Mealss aare
t served at n o o n a n d
Menus:
ts
b eets, fru h , d o u g h nlu
u ts
hom e dell
delivered upon request,
TUesday: Slop
T u e sd a y : C h ick ccnn alfredo
loppy Joes, p o ta to
an
d assorted beverages
ind
beans, salo d , fruit,
o v e r n o o d les, m ix:ed
ed Vegeta- salad, baked bco
rved every day w ith
h ilt, carrot cookie
bles, lell-O w ith fruli
m eals. Gift
Gi sh o p h o u rs ore
T h u rsd ay : S
SausoEO ptJtlK M ondiyd^
y t l u o u ^ Fridoy, 9 o-m.
)ell - 0
,^ 3 ^ ^
h a m and hashbrow ns. vegetabTes,
ve|
W ednesday: S oup, li
1.
,
.
.
ruit, choco- salad, fruit crisp
che ese san d w ich , fruit
“P
Menus:
is:
' '
' ~
la te cake
M onday
day: Finger steaks, fries,
y. ip otatoes
Actii/lilcs:
T h u rsd a y : TUrkey,
vegetables,
W cdnesdoy:B
r: Bake D a y Btago, “ ^ ' e Sday:
S
a n d gravy, Italian vc{
Lasagno, g re en
erry sho rt- 7 p.m.
fruit salad, strawberry
beans, gari
cake
le sd ay : C heeseburger.
Friday: C hickcn salt;
■Milad, peas
Golden
>n Years
J L X1 potatoes, gravy, green
a n d pearl onions, fruli
™it. peach
Senior CHI
iu it
‘Hlzen, Inc.
beans, fruli
cobbler, garlic b read
idoy: B arbecue chicks y v ..s h o d ,o „ ^
______________ 2 18N .ROHSL
ed -b e a n s,-c o m -o n -th e — —
O rangejuice,r
e ,.n lIk a n d c o irc c
Activities:
biscuits,
ch o c o la te
served dolly.
M onday: A erobics,i, 1111 a.m .
m ousse
Mcntu:
Tuesday: Pinochle,•, 1 p.m .
y: S
Sm orgasbord
lam a n d b e a n s,
Friday:
TUesday: rlan
Snack bar. 6 p.m.
:s, g r e e n sa la d .
, ^
fried potatoes,
Early bird, 6:45 p.mXL
.
ties:
c o m breads rice
:e pi S d d ln g
Bingo, 7 p.m .
\ay: Excrdse, 10 a.m .
ob lcs, II
W ednesday:: V<egetable soup.
W e & e s d a y : A erobl
hie, 1 to 4 p.m.
la
n
a
n
a
c
r
c
a
m
p
le
ham
burgeis,
ban
.am .
lesday:
Exercise, 10
ghetti. p e a s a n d
W ednest
Friday: Spaght
Pinochle, 7 p.m .
alad .goriicsdcks. a.m.
nJc
carrots-grecnsala
T h tu sd a y : I ^ o l clinic
hie, I to 4 p .m .
late p u d d in g
Pinochle,
cookics, chocobK
M dity:
/: E
Exercise, 10 a.m .
I
Friday: BJ & friends,
Iile, I to 4 p .m .
Pinochle,
a-m.
V
I
2rd sc . 9 0 . 01 .
Bingo,,7
7 pp.m .
M onday: Exerd
Pinochle. 1 p.m .
O
u
r^ G
'i
t i^
e nt e r a
ting the Mil a t u r e
C e le b r a ti
p n
L t f e sS t y l e
How iim portant is th
this population1
s eegment
f
to your
ir business?
n
This popularir “Our Generation”
1” section is avidly rread,
irise.. .
an d no surprlE
ttie people targe
geted, are the heay
aylest new spaper re
re a ^ rs ,
with 70% + being
ig regular readers5 cof the Suhday new
iwspaper.
(Scarborough
jh R esearch 2001)
I) Traditionally peop
I p l e in
this age9 igroup have the highest
hl|
percentage9
income.
of disposable in
D(
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Ut on this
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