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another round o f losses ir
in the
courts, Tbrri Schiavo's paj
larents
kept w alch over th e ir dying
d
:ios
b ra te s El Dia d e los Ninos
d a u ^ t e r Saturday, tryin
in g in
w ith parade an d E aste regg
r ej
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vain to ^
h e r E aster: ccomA '
jys ach u n t.
m unlon os their anom ey;
knowlcdged th e fight to reconre
P ag :eBl
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nect
the
brain-dam
miaged
w om an's feeding tu b ea was
ncaringonend.
M oney
Anomeys for Bob an dIM
f ary
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file anR ylng high: TWin Falls air
airother motion w ith a federa
la la p p o rt sees private in d u stry
peals court, e ssential^ en
sndinz
grow th.
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thcir eObrt lo persuade fe<
federd
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judges to Intervene — som
sc ething allowed by a n extra<
raordlWatching Central Ard
Irixona College celebrate, Qolden
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n Eagle freshman Tanya Lalleker,'
er, No. 33, consoles teammateiNakeya
Nc
Isabell after th e Vanary law passed by Congna
ress.
' queras’ 83-50 win over
ove the College of Southem Idaho
sho a t the NJCAA Women’s Baski
iketball Division 1 Championship
I Salina, Kan., Saturday
Lale Salurday, th e Flo
Horida
Ip In
N a t io n
S u p r e m e H'
night CSI'ttecond^I.
i^Iace finish In tbe toumament Is tha
t b elt In school history.
A m a tte r of tru st: R e­
C oun
dlsm issed a. resea rch looks a t h u m a n
(lucst from
econom y.
ih c parents' ^
P ageC
attom ey to ^ ^
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have
their 1 JBw Jj
The Tltne»Wew9
m e n t apj
ippcoiancc by tlie
third
rd placc, beating C hipola1
d a u g h t e r 's
F a m il y L i f e
program and sccond
Collej
Qege (Fla.) 8-1-70 earlier Satfeeding tube
ths games.
SAUNA. Kan. —
- Saturday
in d c rtw o -tim e ik ^o n
urday
lay
re in s e rte d ,
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n i^ t's NJCAA w omnen’
ci scham *.
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Itt ii
is Ihc m rn 's teoin’s firstt
turning aside
18 c o ac hil of th e year Randy
>age
C
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Rogers.
Tlu
13
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lie team look tlic conNJCA
CAA tro p h y s in c c a1
an emergency
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College of
so la tio n cham
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pionship lost
foiur th
rt - p la c c fin ish u n d e r
petition arguSouthern Idoha
CSI 83-50' year.
coaci
i c h Steve Irons d u rin g Ihea
m e n t j i ^ d o wwnnlng
l
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'Ihe top-ranked Golden
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U ^ t hthe best NJCAA finish
199434-95 s e a so n a n d b e s t flnP in e lla s
S c e n e at
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d e s (34-2) w ould h[lave
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C ountyjudgc
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e
17-20 a t h a lft^ v v C o n fe x c n ICC
c t team.
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better result.
thrd
ird u n d e r Fred IV cnkle in1
: • CSI trailed 37-2
ignored new
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trri’Arfton»>- aiBrtWHjuet P ytfitrta
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•saw Its way s l v e S O b e ^ t ifto
f t o m th e f le li
se lv e s .
re la tiv ees.
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S I w on tlie 1986-87 NJCAAV S c h i a v o ' s
throu{^ tho national
nal toum atitle
s im
u der Ticnklc.
wishes and
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going to th e dogs.
condliioa
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P ageE
At least Iwo
m ore appeals loom ed by
by the
state and Gov. Jeb Bush,
h, but
S ports
those challenges w ere before
be
the state 2nd District Couj
)urt of
H o w h e a l t hI c a re
■nirlllers: T he NCAA m ee nn ’s;
Appeal, ViMch has rebuITcd
c d th e
regional finals S am rday
irts in
governor’s previous effort
h a s f a r e d w iit ti h
the case.
w e re bo th d e d d e d i n ovei
Family supporters said SchlaSc
tim e.
3 C l
S t . L u k e ’ s a i tt h e h n
vo’s btcaiiiing b ccam c i nicreasa
PageC
ingiylaborcd during th e da)
lay An
By Sandy MUIer
attorney forthcSchm dlcrs,:
s. BarTlme»Nflw» wrtter
b ara Weller, said hospice w orkO p in io n
/ h a t p a tie n ts ,
ers began ^v ln g morphini
in c to
Schhvo to ease pain b r o u^^t o n
KETCHUM — Som
om e people
Water wWrtwlnd: Rapid-[.
arcstillw iU tingforthc
by her body^ failure.
hc'slccplng
r o v id e r s , w a n t
p a c e vimter Icg^ladon has
gorilla' to stir.
Schiavo's husband. M [chad,
id
t h e possibility o f resolving
»
has said she would n o t wrant
ar to
Pp
That’s how they sec
ecSL Luke's
conflicts, today’s editorial
f r co m
h e a l t h c a r e <■ be kept alive artificially.
f. The
ia l
Redonal M edical Ce
Center, the
iniig h .
says.
Schindlers believe their dai
B oib-bascd nonproQi
oQt hospital
BySf
'
Sandy
Miller
ler could Improve a n d say
ly ^ e
A14
network lh a t took over
veriherelns
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nefrNewe writer__________ _
■ ■ H iiilM E U
TImei
_ l a u ^ , cries, responds to'ttlh e m
of health catc in th etWi
Wood River
m n n n K /n iiM m
-------a n d u iesto taik .
Valley back In 1 9 96.
6 .'They bcIn d ex
KETCHUM — W hon It
Weller said Tiirri crlcd w hen
ey mayor
Tom Praggastls, right, worked
\
UevoIt’s lust a m a tte roftlm
r ol
obe-- Former Sun,VaUey
r
wHh Hilary
KE
m es to health caro, peoplee her m other hugged h e r Sa
Sanu£6
fore SL lu k e ^ w icstles
Centennial..................... .. .E6
lies away all Furlong, left, andd Jt
Jo Dee Ahenon, both employe*
yee sw tth S tlu k e^
u it the b e s t The best doctors.
5- day n ig h t *She knows wl
what's
4g
local control
ilcaJ Center, when St. Luke's tool
Mk responsibility for
=
Wood River Madlca
Classified ; ................... D il6
s best tedmology, the b est fa­
L* going on. She w as trying to vo“There w ere fears a
he V
Wood Rtver Valley ln l9 9 S .
cility
ity
leyG oIdS i! health care ta tho
Community ...................... E4
E4
dfltlons," said M oriey
calizcsom ethingw ltn Nvuy
Ani
And
w
hen
they’re
sick,
the
e
.
"The
governor
should
la
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chairm
an
o
fth
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S
t
LuJ
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Uike'sWood
Crossword........................ E2
It thing th e /ic thinking about
>t that Tbrri sdll knows w ho
10 he r
po
lUver Mcdlcal C c n te r i
Dear Abby........................ E2
shopping around for m e best
fa she
a lth C a re
t h e M a g if
>t m other is, an d she's csorcn
h w E i
r
“
nlty Board. “T hey thlr
rgaln.
Family lif e ........................ El
distressed." W dler said. “S
El
this huge, .sleep in gP! sRorlUa in
County conunlsD C AIT
II U StUike^Wood
, • "No
“N( o n e ever says, 'I w a n t to0 n o t a vegetable w ho doc
A* TVrln Fiille Cou
oesn't
E2
Boise that’s ro ln g to wake up
Horoscope........................E2
/agic \ftilicy Re. ( .River Medical
go diere
dv bccausc It’s cheaper.”" know w hat is happening.'
h a t to d a It
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PI
a n d com c tcU u s w hat
IWaglcV^iiey...................... Bl
Slonal
Medical
il
Center
Ct
ponder
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K
K
c
Centcr
and
how
said
d
Q
i
iuck
Pomeroy,
ch
ief
0I^ u l O 'D onnell, a Ror
O m an
hasn't happened."
the countyewned
^
n[H E that community
ncial onicer a t St. Luke's Renanci
Money
.................. 06
the future of tne
’’ Catholic Franciscan m onk,
ic,sald
I
Cd
. The worriers m a k e uup a s tn a ll
^ o)nal
n a M cdlcaiCenter in Boise.'• th e family unsuccessfully m
is takJ M Af2r li |\ . has fared since
19&. w hen ' • hospital. The 77/nd^etvs
Tim,
D2 ■ contingent In M ay 19!
Movies........................83,D2
30k at health can)
/ 't 'l f J i Il 'J
\A decade
ago, th e govem I*
- Michael Schlavo to allow
f l '; S t Ijiko's took
I
the '<Jlv o f
Ing a closer look
.•,«
Blaine County a n d (h
NaUon................... A3-7.9-11
Vallpy.
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U
b
U
U
in
t-ru
n
Wood
River
M
edical
over
the
reins
m
ent
)tcTBlf&cy
In
the
Magic
Valk
d
wife
th
e
sacram
ent
o
f
o
com
Sun VaDey asked v b ta
Regional is consldof health caro.
Cente
n tcr could forget ab o u t hav-'* m unio n d u rin g th eh o liestf
Obituaries..........................B2
care
Magic VUley Regl
t feast
wonted to tu rn th e ir•health
he
{ th
lay, The Tlmes^Vew
ing
t] e latest technology, let!t o f th e Catholic year. She
3le tmerger with the .NextSunday
ering o possible
le teover to S t Wke's, 8 9) p erccnt o f
Opinion.......................... 1 4
m e build a spacc to p u t it in.i- ceived last rites th e day
.
; Boisfrtwsed, nonprofit
non
Sl.
'
will examine
Ine the pros and cons
alone
y th e
them saldyes. .
Sports ................... . . . . C l
line Cotmty an d th e d t y o>f1 feeding tube w as pulled.
lal fMedical Center,
of both non]
onproflt and for-profit
Blaln<
Regional
'
Tbday, h ^ c V a D ccy
y Rcdoriol .
n Valley
couldn’t a ffonl to0
lesWswi locks et
' health care
re systems..
. Sun
^
Weather .........................A2
c o ^ & ^
'^odey. The Ttmes4
“T liisisin v lo latio n o fhicr
ci re­
A2
Mcdlcal C enter is cor
ike Ihe necessary im prove-'
m ake
Udous rights a n d freedomtss an
i d
>.8
ad d ln g ltsn a m c to thhee:S tliik e S
I— ----------- -----VSfest..................A16,B2-8
snts.
ollows the governor to
in
inlersystem wjilch, In ad(
addition to ,wos opcm tina oouutto f tw o a ^ n g aiidrcvcnui
lu e w o u ld h e lp s u s ta ln
,Wtirld.. . . . . . . . ....J 0 2 - 1 3
A
n
MIU
never
w
ould
have
0
venc,"
O’Donnell
said.
rep<
;peat^
Wood Wvcr. includ£s
:c3 lacilitlcs fitdiltia —
1!
B; 19503-cra fo ^ them . S o mM pularw astnem ergnc
In
th
e
old
bliildlng,”
sold
1
Ing
the
family's
request
that
a
tlh
c
in B o l^ a n d M eridian
lan,and, ^
jn crM n rttzC o mmunltyHospl-’
mn
er th a t v m
iwm a new mayor —
,
a l Dr. Randy Coridl. w h o hass governor take Schlitvo intob proI
Motjnfain’: States TUm
4mor.Insjd-- tallaSunV oH cyai
y a n d the 1960s- Jo anne Levi
svy— came o n board
icticcd m cd id n c in th eB tective custody
b e g yoi
/ou to
tuce^ wQ Ich ]op€9tite^ t t
.‘e ra fdottcr-Blaine
noC
I q U i^ M ed - in 1993 an
and suggested going
lod River Valley for m o re0 have courage a n d tokc actio
Io n .'
’ e n l 'I o c i t t m Ih d tid
< SU ^ ^ i ^ ( > ; - ; l ^ ‘Cctiier i n Holley.
Hai
le status quo, she was
The d ty .
to the
Ln20years.
T he f a n ^ h a d asked
d for
‘v.- • ,y u ie y i^ d o a L ., -;i>.
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andthefcoitatyhw
hadm crgedop-. ie < ^ c d .
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see
CARE,
Page
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see
KOSPITAL,
Page
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liavo’s attom ey,
enied reports Iv
:omeys d tat her
wiere bleeding,
t o n iS ie im d c y esiw
■ a ic ls c a lil.SShhl e l s p c ^ u L
iortably,’'
Sl>» Is ' “ “ ” 8( com
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lersS a tim lay a s
Pelostoldreporten
ipudes stood by
foursherif!% dcpui
toprotecthlm .
T tn i Schiavo’sjbrodier,-Bobby
br
schlndler. called
d U
th at “obsuid
Felos to oHow
and challenged1 Fe
videos an d photo
lOtos to b e re80
pui
public can sec
T to iS c o n d id o n1. '- n ic y te m ljchara«erizing th«
th e condition
today, just as they
Lcy Ihavo b een „
sick. ItS heinous,
ous," h e said.
ftlossaldcariieri
lierdiatolow ing
vidcostoberecorde
infedlnsIdoH ia
luring h e r deadi
Schiavo’s itjom duri
proccss would violu
lolateherprivac y ri^ ts.
Outside the hosp
osplcc. about 60
about $15,000.
StLukcSVAxxl
A lU tou^O icSt.
Ccntcr FoundaRiver Medical Cen
e th
do n ha d to raise
the m o n e y fo r
d ie n e w M R Ia indd CT
t scanners,
S t Luke’s nam eI an
anid reputation
went a long w ay
L selling the
ly in
said Hiidea to die community,
mu
o f thc
Furlong, director
dire
foundadon.
un e b r o u ^ t us
'St- Luke’s name
libUlty," Furlong
som e great credibil
to know
s“ild- D onors w ant
a
d ic y ^ m aking: a n investm ent
Tuilzadon that%
in a sound organL
goingtoprovlde
well-runondisgoir
rc .T heyw antto
goodpatlentcarc.’]
know w&rc going
ing to b e good
[rdollais.“
stewards o f their
d(
pltal is accreditT liencw hosplta
ed by die Joint Com
Coi m ission pf
fHealthcare
Or?
A ccreditadonofH
c
om edilng that
ganlzadons, somi
lave h ap pened
never would have
u lie n tho hospital
Ital w as operating o ut o f two aging
agi facilities,
soldJoDeeAlversc
erson. m a n a ro
jn tro l a n d th e
o f Irifecdon conti
ayechcaJdiand
h o s p ita ls em ploye*
tU dans, som ething
and technli
diat w as diflicult
di
beforc S t
Lukcb took
'
k over,
said Pieston
Strazza.am
e b ero fd ie h o sp inem
ta li com mlunilyboanL
ui
. Physicians
n s h ove a vested intcrest in whi
/h o Is.nm ning th eir
Ital a n d they w ant a
local hosplta
f i n a n d ^ stable
si
oiganlzadon
)rovide die fiidlides
that c an prc
m ent they need, said
and cqulpm<
Alexander, fo
fa rm er chief o f staff
at S t Luke^
* W 3 0 d R h re rM e d Ical C entet
:
'D o cto rss di o n i w ant to b e
widi a hospi
ipital d iat’s m in g to
go belly-up,'
a " Alexander said,
“Doctors doi
fo n t Uto to work a t
publldy fum
m d e d hospitals b ecausc d ie fu
fii n d s aren't always
coming."
Alacandei
le r sold so ior, he’s
happy w ith
h S t Luke's a t th e
hcIiiL
*Wete mnoving
o
r iA t alon^"
Alexander sold.
sa "VWb keeping
up widi th eJ Joneses."
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des.L
TThh e financial pressures on
mcdlc
idlcal carc in M spitals b e ­
n e significant,“ said Tbm1
camc
iggasds. \\4io w as a ppointed1
Pragg:
flValley’s m ayor in 1995’aftcrr
SimVj
ty’s ouster a n d later sat o n a1
Levy’
nm u n ity board created to)
comir
ilnstorm
th e h o sp ital’ss
brolm
jm m a.
dilcmj
*Co;
G3sts were rising an d rev-enucs
acs were dropping," Prag-gostls:
tis said. ’'Consolldadon was-*
n'tenc
o i o u ^ There was a conccm1
wc’d ce n d u p losing both hospitalsan
Ia n d end u p w idi nothing."
er
; Bringing H all togethei
It took 18 m o n ih s to neg
egotiate die agreem ent that wo
vould
indude a new fadlity a n d it \was
conUngcnt o n a com m unity
ur
fund-raising c om m ittee rais
aislng
$12 mUIlon. T h e com m[ilttec
it
ended up raising $18 mUUor
Ion in
dong,
18 months, said FUlaryFuilo
who headed th e fund-rais
aising
1C dicommittcc an d Is no w thc
ic a o r o f die h ospital^ foiin
inda-
“It w aslaa re ally spei
)edal
PoIHl
tim e in tdlls
IH Ics a n d h e a l t h c a r e
~
c
o
m m u n li
h e h o sp lu l’s stm gding bot",V,
n “Une wasn’t th c o ^ reason
one
nc saw die n eed for change.
gedi:y 'also w anted to ta to m e
inted
itlcs out o f hcaldi carc.
diis
„ Hcaldi care an d provision o f
lh a d
dicol fadUUes arc h i^ d y speidiblc
lized and for th e m ost part,
eers
m ty c o m iid ssio n c rsa n a d ^ .
" E v c r ^ y were
o
ihdl people d o n o t have ad- ,
jo in ed togc
ndess
laie (p c r ie n c c In die field to
e r a n d w an
kc long-term h e ^ d i care d e- '
in $6
^ ons for d ie com m unity diat
h a p p e n . d11acninlstratore an d odier peo{ustlncicdi
pie in healdi
I
carc arc (m inra to; | ModeyOolden v o l u n t c^c ’s
.said
do,"* sold
s
Len HarUg, Blaine
w ho
cwr of
Count
inty Commission chalim an, |wilUng to knock o n cound
unity
atlhhe
e tim e o f d ie tum ovcr an d
,
doors
for
gifts."
tions,
tho prim
pr ary negotiator o f d ie '
The
county
a
n
d
d
t
y
p
u
t
in
agtwn
ecment w ldi S t Luto's. “It’s minion in equ ip m e n t a n dy iforesithe dliTcrcncc
di
betw een am a-, 'counts rcc d v w le a n d S t Lul
teurs
rs a n d professionals. W c, 'dircw in about $ 7 milUon,I offis
iswer
- wantei
!itcd to have a hcaldi careI 'Preston Strazza. a m em ber
sysleit
icm that w as run b y people '
com m un
omewho0 k1 new w h at they w ereI thc hospital's
board. During th e negodatio
lere,"
doing.'
ng."
I
Dr.
j o n ^ Corlell agrees th a t: a‘ num ber o f co m m u n ity
>r. B
rum s were h d d to keep n
poljtic
Itlcs anci healdi care arc best, dents informed. Sl L uto’s! o$32
foot,
b p ts
e p m tc .
itse
!
dais
were o n h a n d to ansv
*itw
Rhw
It w as ImpossUilc to get th e; questions.
|
I off
tMlItlo
Itical system to buUd a new
"People really w a n te d son
hospitj
id
io f
pital," Coriell said. "Elected
one bom S t Luto’s to b e hei
ofiidal
dais c h a n m You constandy Fudongsaid.
'
have
Ludty
■e ito deal w idi c h a n ^ n g
,
In November 2000. th eIsory
3
phUos<
losophies a n d b r i n ^ g
'
mUUon, 110,000-squarc-fo
dicmij
ddem i^ to s p e e d o n h c a ld ic a re I 2S-bed
*
S t L u to i VftHxl m
issues.'
litie.
Medical
C
enter
o
p
e
n
e
d
So'a
n St
o 'a com m unity com m ittee {
H i^w ay 75 two m iles soudi
set out
^but
out to examine die options,
I& ichuia
irobPragga
ggasds said for-proQt healdi
The volunteer co m m u n
core1 networks
n
cam e courting, ‘
; board works, a s a n advls<
b u t du
o d ie
d ie cnmmittco w as partial
committee
to
ste
er
hospital
<
imuto aI III
nonprofit hcaldi care sys- '
d slo n s The decisions m lgjit
tera.Tl
o th o
LTheV ^odRherV allCThad >
a lo ing
n e history o f philanthropy ' quire final approval fromawe."
w hcnl
31 It cam e to its local hospi- ' Lukci m ain b o ^ In Boise.fitI to
n talsaai
a n d It w anted to h ang o n to *diere haven't b e e n an y p em
lems, Golden said.
it
*Bot
Both hospitals w ere n e a r , 'W f ta s a b o a id .U s te n tof di ie
o f d ie local co m n
onddc
Id e a r to th e people In dicsc drumbeats
1
nity and capm re th e m IntoS ti s
commi
ununlties,’ Fiaraostls gflid
we provide h e a ld i car
•TMlh
from
ih a f o r - p r o f i t ^ t w ould way
>
Golden
said. “I c an 't point
hove
<
t e ippeanY oucarA donotetoa
any
decisions th a t havo luniy
ei
profit"
i
6om
Boisa"
' v Jhcn
L S t Luke^.come knock- onated
busi*
StiD,
decisions
a
rc
o
u
t
o
f to t
InaVW:
in
VWxJdRhrer Medical C enter »
o f th c d ty a n d co u n ty
answ
o
wcicd.
■ hands
1
in of
rtfe h a d h eard they w ere In- t *The c o m m u n ity b o a rd
stc d a n d w e opproached mndc up o f peopio m ra tly frc
dlls
com
m
unity
a
n
d
th
e
y
ha
a," Praggastis said. T h e y flt
our criteria ~ th e y w ere Iinput, b u t d ie d t y a n d cour
ic d o n e o fth ^ b u n d ie d b e s t are
‘ o u t o f tho h o sp ita l bu. ^
hospu.
picols b l th e onmoy^ d i ^
i
ness,"
H aS g said. "They d o I
r — Interfere wUh d ie operation
thlsjadllty."
,
a
S?
a 7 10
a u s a a — L”
m
TOwa.>lw li»t I 4 .S
Yoiir guic Tlmcs-News writer San
can be reached a t n
in M agicMUler
3264 or by e-mail
.;p iO T S ^ if
ll'
O ec^
H(
lospital__
'. f f l j
l l e y .c m n
. . . o r c h e c k o uI t o
s t i r w e b s i ^ m a g i c v aille
,
HVi:«iauata.T«M
loR^aoarwy.kare
'ress
eJ-
-=
VaMtoSpjTLtoday
---------------------------protesters; m
i aintained a subd u e d v i^ aan
r d . like her parents,
hoped foraa m lradc. Some said
di^b e lievre
e td itw a sn o ta c o in d :th e w om an would lay
dence didtth
ing th e Easter weekdying duiiri]
end.
tird a y the Schlndlcrs
Late Satui
esters to go home.
asked protes
“Be w idi1 yj o u r children. Hold
them d o ese a n d cherish every
fOU have wiUi diem ,
rhom entyot
said, speaking for th e
OXkinnellst
'es wc ed e couple. T bbmorrow,
n
er, they pray diat y ou
brate Easter,
puiier in th
diie churches o f ^ u r
own de n om
minadon and. If you
a a prayer for th d r
would, offCT
daughtet"
Soilavo w
v as reared in th c
diolic diurch. and h er
RomanCathi
vem ad eh ea^u sco f
parents hove
J th e basis for die nunerfald ia stl
jpeals to reinsert d ie
mcious app<
t ! ^ t was tm o v e d
feedlnffnibc
m ^ i h a n aw
' eekaga
liiuflers have argued.
Tne Schln
c, th a t siie shoidd b e
to rlnaance.
icd o n statements by
« pan!dbas«
Paul n diat people In
P opcIohnPi
have a r i ^ t to
vegetadve states
sti
nutrition amn d hydnuion., T h w
sa y ltn iw ooidd
u have o b cy rf die
vrould n o t choose to
pope a n d vn
n a w h c rtudw
b removed. That ar^ icbuircd to th e
gum ent wa:
state courts.
18 after Greer sid
sided w ith her
>odywTackedby
husband. Her bod]
ttom eys for her
dehydradon, attor
'n u ^ n o t last
panm ts sold s hlee 'i
ekcnd.
d i r o u ^ dicwcekci
renmrkably well
“She's doing rerr
said
under thc d ta uunstanccs.*’
ns
Bob Schindler,
Schiavols fadicr,; Bt
r inside die hosaftervisidngherift
a.*lemoon.
'S
he
pice Saturday aJle
im endous batde
has p ut up a treme
u w v in g in d ie
to Uve. She’s n o ttddu
ressl
K
Fnjrta
- StaOonary
7 33 5 - 3 3 5 0 / / ^
n
t
aa o m
S0 37 « e
Ml II f IIM
»« 2S ll VkM
«a «2 «l 4
as ar >
s approved
So in 1996. voters
i
handing th c c o)m
m m unity’s
health core system oovv e rto th e
nonprofit St. Luke’s • InN
In ovem million. 25b er 2000, die $32 mil
b ed St. Luke's W ood RiverMcdRt
d 1its doors
.
ical
Center
o
p
en
ed
H om e delivery: dally am
(etchum .
twom ilessouthofKieti
Sunday. $435 per week: Satur
ital has a n
Tbday, th c hospital
day a n d Sunday only. $2.50J pe
resonance
MRl
m
agncU
c
re
Mail subscriptioris mus
Imaging— scanner th
thja t’s barebe p a id in advance an d or
CT— com w rv
ly a year old a n d a CT
available only w^icre deliver
ihy__scanputcrized tom ography
is n o t m a in i^ e d . Mail mte:
old,
n erth at’s j u s t a i w mmondis
o
All Idaho rates: daily an d Sun ■
id e r.alo ca l
said Dr. Herb Alexandt
day $6.00 p er week, daily onl;
on
physician
who
sits
o
n the hos$4.00 per weclc, Saturday ani
o
ard
.
pital’s com m unity boai
Sunday only S3.00 p er week
)tch equip"We have top-notcl
Out o f state ra te s dally on<
a id .^ T h c
m ent," A lexander 8sai
Sunday S7.00 p er week, doll;
ell-stocked,
only $5.00 p e r week, Saturda;
Jt an d thc
a n d Sunday only $3.50 pe
^
n all
greatest With th e Boi s c convnxk. Sales tax in dudcd in
al
necdon, we’re ab le to get the
ab o w rates. A $15.00 chorgi
71^
e q u lp m e n f
will b e levied for all rctume<
)logy a n d
M edical tcchnoloi
checks.
eq u ip m en t c o m c w
wiitn eyeT he latest
popping pricc tags. Tl
CT sc an n er w ith1 ]p o s it r o n
Tlie Tlmcs-News (UPS 631
h y lmnpfng
Safety OffiOX
531em ission tom ography
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fust o n e laT he S t Luke’
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costs $ 2 3 m illion. Just
doctors, nurses
Fairfield Sl W . TWin RiUs,> bj
by
paroscopic surg eryy se
s t n m s helped recnilt doc
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M of these (ax*raisln,
sing Rcpubllcans offer (he san
rcasonsfortheirchanH
DENVER — Gov. Bfll Ow
wens,
a
R. has been c risso o sslnlg
g tth e T have d one sometWi
country foi yeara p ro m o tinngg ith e absolutely not part oHf r. ' S S r ' S
vim ies o f this stated stric t(cco
o n - K empthome w hen he I
. stitutionol
lim its
o< n -.. IdahotaxincicascsinZ
S S 'S S
'governm ent spending. H:e
e h as I t a not (ping (o disnu
repeatedly u i ^ o th e r states
ues to state, and I'm not goin(
)lngtoJcopIng, a n d Vm
. a dopt restrictions o f t h d r• ow
own. ardize otu: bond rating
m)y e m p h as a y e r n o t going to leducem
b a s ra o n Colorado’s **Itnpa\
J
^
t
s
'’
sis
on
education.'’
Bill o f ^ g h i
I sim ilar exn e n t,
Guinn provided a sL
ere a s plan allo n after he
le p u sh ed
taxincrease
th r o u g (he biggest tax
(his
in Nevada hlstoiy.
’ (ha( m akes
te r,
“Some people say (h
says, m e a b ad RcpubUcan."
m." said the
overs- form er b a n u r a n d1 ccorporate
ow n executive. 'WeD, I woi
would be a
m o u n ta ln
Inoo u s worse Republican, and
m d a vrorse
ishing c a n d ia th c r,a n d a w oo nrscd iizen ,
Jl rm oney (0
If! didn't find enough
Qw.KaRKKhMn» *he o p p[TOSltc
oa
m e ssa g a. MidMl
educate our c h ild r n^ ta n d fund
im an dprO w ay (h it} u ^ his s e c o i^ tem
ccn j. o u r Medicaid program
Owens is working to p ersu
a
suode
vide decent prenatalIcare."
ca
(^kiradoans to s u sp e n a thelim
e lii *
For Owens, os for rh his feilovv
yreason for
its h e chom pionea a n d leett (he
(i
GOPgovernors, a keyn
h o m e has
3 bilth c (ax increases a tc hi
state governm ent sp e n d S3
b
th a n beentax-cuttinglnWVashington.
as
lion m ore in tax m o n e y th;
R id n g sharply d e ale
e aa sed revTABORwotild allow
Bush
Owens thus b eco m cs a n o lth - en u e a n d record d d!iid(s.
ic
fers (o th e
im ent h a s targeted transfer
e r low-tox ilm ltcd-govcnune
advocaie >s4io has fo u n d tho
those states ns a ripe placec t(to rcducc
h is budget
o n to federal spending InIhi
p rin d p le s h ard to h o ld on
iffiestsin^e
am id a slug ^sh e c o n o m y anc
an d a for fiscal 2006, (he biffii
Ulion c u t In
shaiply dim inished flow oiff«
f fe I- reduction is a S60 billi(
It h1 elp th c
eral m oney to (he states.
Medicaid funds (hat
In (he p ^ tw o years. Rcptib
publi- states provide healthi ca a r c .
vadai
T h e federal cu ts hih ave been
c an govemois including Nevad
tes (p m anK e n ^ . Guinn. Idaho’s Dirk
Di
very difilciil( for states
imJist Bert
lonny age," said econom
K onpthom e, Georgia's Som
tioiiol ConPerdue and Ohio's Bob ’Ihftthave
ha
W aisanen o f the Natioi
edges ference o f State Lee^ l a tu r e s .
dum ped no-new-taxes pledg
to piish for m ajor n e w rcvcni
ra tu e "Governors have (o0 rrxm proJ, tNo Child
an d Inaeascd state spending.
lg.
gram s like Medicaid,
jid security,
Periiaps thc m ost s t i n ^ngrcg r
L d t Behind, hom eland
less m oney
veisal for tox-lim itadon grouj
roups But (here b less an d les
h in g ton to
i n VN^shington w as t h e quli
quick com ing from W ashir
p ay thc bills.*
. c onversion o f M itchell11 E
bicms, Co!Presi^ r all (hose proble
D aniels ]i. R. Vi4to w a s Prc:
alikelystate
d e n t Bush's fin t bu d g et dircct
rector orado liaidly seemed ali
snspending
a n d a n outspoken advocate
Ite o f to throw In me (owd on!
states that
low cr taxes — u n til h e: w as limits. Among thc 30) st
)n n o fta x o r
elected governor o f In d ia nla
a last
b
have enacted some font
orado’s was
'.November. In his first s(a
sta te spending limits. Colora
lesL “W hen
«io w n as thc toughest
' b udget. Daniels re c e n d y propr
h e country
'p o se d a 29 p crccnt increase
ise in ledslatois around the
' 'th e Incomc tax. (arge(ed aItt th
tl e cau m e lo ask a b o It
u t;spending
ant (0 know
ited
"U pper brackets. D aniels d te
d a limits, they ahvays want
Colorado,'’
$ 2 ^ million revenue shortfi
jnfall how it is working in1 G
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(ha t
[islilutional
•size w ere untenable.
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lands
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that lie Governors’ Ha
investigators rec-:- operatives.
every
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lort Friday detailing th e cases9 m ended crim in al chai
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oFzr
27 detainees killed in custodyy against 11 soldiers invohre
in In
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c cn August 2002 an dd Army lie u te n a n t colonel in
iKTWnKamrf
Novc,
Kopsy
uary 2004.
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rvembcrZOW.
firom
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that
i a cL " & long as I fnves
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ji government * ers refusedd to
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/estigations h av e
b e e n1 asphyxia.
nor, we will not raise
spending Icvds
must be based a m govemo
9m
and
taxcs.'Cwnms
cr pledged in 2003.
on changes in populatton
po
ill, th e D em ocratic B B
inflation. Ib x Inaeascs
in a
at any
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nen
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m ched a statew ide K v
level o f govcm m
er tm u stb e ap provedbyrcfercnd
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is thc
revenue exceeds
t permitted lim its— anc
md scored a huge Vic- l y j
C S
must
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pi
spending level,, tajqjaycis
ta:
get a refund th;ec next
n year; (hus easily carry
lying thc slate. D c- I m
the state ca n n o)tt build
bl
up “rainy m ocrats (ook
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oodycars.
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seandSenalc.
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,ve a d e a r m andate,"
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s ddiie public scc"We have
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tor cannot p o w aat a rate faster said Rep.. Andrew
ic leader o f th e stale Q I
than th e private
st
c sector,"
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m m for thc Wail House. "The
he voters sent us here P J
wrote in a colunu
to d o som
im ethlng a b o u t th e
S(rect Journal piraislngTMGR,
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adblock.^
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o o m years ofthe " M O R road
th e p o in t I m
1990s, w ith popula
)ulationandpcrO wens concedcd
cc
r ld 1 s D a y ,h c a ^ ^ to | y |
sonal bicom e soar
o a ring the limits O n S tP a trld
signed largely by De> E l
worked w e ll But
t economic a plan dcslg
u t thc
hal will s u s ^ d the
downttmi a n d die
die reduction in
mocrats tha
federal su pportt di
during the fint
spending limit
lin for five years, alc state
to sptmd $3.1 I n l
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red disastrous for lowing the
:
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mccs.
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state
billion
that
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iristia n D io r
k a t c S p aa td c
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is considered a E 3
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o r it will
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h a t the president change in1 November,
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effect Owens says h e E 9
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iratted Eyewear
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rise."
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c
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p a re n ts a re d e s p e r a te ly try
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n e c te d . D o z e n s o f p ro ti
h a v e a rrived licim a c r o s s if
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c h e c k ro in t to p a rk , th e n
id e n tiu c atio n o u ts id e (thh e d o o r
b e fo re a n o th e r s e c u r ityy xscn x n in g inside. T h e y a ls o miu
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a vo's "crucifixion.- “to rtu re,
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th ro u g h oil o f th is a n dj hh a v e a
h o s ti le e n v ir o n m e n t o ui ts id e
w h e n all th e y \v a n t is p ee aaoc e o n d
s e few
o u ie t a n d to e n jo y thlo
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d a y s t h w h a v e le ft w ith1 a l o ^
o n e is a horror," s a id D r.•. M
M o rto n
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^l•s causing a lot
lo to f g r ic f a n d
questions in meir
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w h eth er they ddl<
id th e f ig h t
Q jng.- h e said.
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sd o n a b le to hav
m e m b e r to b e nn .e a r (h e e n d
stagcsofU feandtoj
to g e t th ere, y o u
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t p u i i k a e , w iif a 'tia j e
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to w a r d lid r a d o n ,
o n d thhcd r famiiieg, a n d th at (he.‘i,'v|
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scairily
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as m ovs'orkcr sa id h is d e a t h w
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Schlavo is d y in g k r p t h e r
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V f e th aim
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abled (hecrew s'O f
A n — H:om
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W A s m N G ib k CAR
o n e fo n n e r A rm yf h elico p ter
b o th aircrafttotore m m to safety,“
pilot to a n o th o ; Gen
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3 ctl Richard
ih e citation ssty, .
O x iy presen ted the
/ s h1e h a d departed
he m lllta ^ s
W ithin days
e t u m e d . to Fort
ard for valor V ietnam , retu
o n F iid av to SStephen
t»
1., a n d b e e n disE
Lewis, W ish.,
Low iencs in r c c o f^
tf
nition
o f h is
charged from
ithtl;eA rm y .H e’now
water,
H
eiccp tio n fllactso fhtierolsm
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durU v esm d earw
a Fla.
Q. lD gahainnvlngFescu(
a t y ou d id over
icue m ission
'Steve, whhai
. H
tnV ietnam .
les ago m a ttered
th re e d ecadcs
9
T h e ow aid w as app
a p p ro v e d 3 3 ' v e ry m u c h to
} th
d ie people whose
S
yeais ago b u t n c v cr
tr fpresented
red and. to generalives you saved
n
to Lowrcncc b ecause
0 fb u reau seo
tio n s o f their: loved
Io
one^C odv
9
craticslip-upa.
m atters to t o d ^
s a id It also mi
«
T h i s is m o ie th aon
n ]I ever exaviators, h e sold,
salt a n d h was tne
pected." Lawrence,, 56,
5€ said In
Dlsm d iat spoifced
k in d o f herolsi
ac ce p tin g th o Dlsth
istlngulshed
Cody^ ow n jite
Intcre stln a n A im y
'
Service Cross d uring
a
ig acercm
o*
carecc
IW In th c P entagon’
on’s HaU o f
T e le v isionn Im
I agK o f gunIte o e s . *It nuw b e! a 1little late,
s h ip pilots like
liki yo u f ^ g in
b u t this Is fiibulous"
plrcd a young West
Vietnam inspln
(
CcKiy, a career h edlcopteravilia
P o in t ca d e t to
to b e a gtm shlp
ato r a n d now th e vvicc
ia chief o f p ilo t it vvaspU
pU<ots'U keyouthat
C
th e Amty, qu o ted chM
[iQUngwords
m otivated mleeto
t b e a pilot." h e
i
from o n e o f th e m en
c v^om
said,
^ • Law rence rescucd
d fio m a
Before Lawrei
n e n c c left Vietnam
c
dow ned aircraft o n Oo
ndlng officer told
O c tS , 1971,
h is com m ondl
>
w hile braving enemlyfire.
y fi
to nomih im lh at h e Intended
Int
'
T h i s is tne o n e: o qierlencc .-n a tc h im for
o r th e-M e d al o f
^
that I h ave id iv c d h ui
highest
undreds o f
H onor, th e nadonls
n
tim es in m y drear
c a m s ,' th c
h o n o r for milii
lilitary valor: l h a t
>
unidentified survivor
v asquot*
h eard of
orw
w as th e last Lawrenco
Lai
5
-ed a s say in g T h eere
r e was n o
th e m atter in
tmtil
t last simuncr,
> d o u b t in m y m in d1 tli
d iat 1 w as
w h e n h e h a dI dirm
d l er w ith fellow
y
m in g to d ie th a t d ^ty.. lI truly beV lem am v eIt Roger
R
Almqulst,
^
licved th a t anyoneI ati
u r p iu c d to n ear
attem p d n g w h o w as surj
to rescue u s w ould als
also b e facLaw rence h^d
^ d b een aw arded ‘
;ingccrtaindeath."
n o th in g bcyor
ynond th e D lstlnLauiieac& .w as.284i
3-days.finm ..guIsbcdE^IiigC
igC ross,w hlchwas
Js. iflniahln g h isto u ro fddutylnV
ui
letp resented tonliri
nii t o d a y s after
!ham M th th e 135th
5th Aviation • the.reso^qmIssion.
lssl
>v [Com pany w hen, a s the
Icdded that should
d ie p ilo to fa
A lm qulstdcd
Il
;U H -lM ''H ucy'hcH icop
coj terg u n v ed 1 0 . stand. H e
n o t, b e oUowcf
tihip, h e ch o se toI at
[th in g, th e m atter
a tte m p t a
b e e m teseaith
• ’ jiescueofanothcrA m
mci
e rlcan h d a n a so o n dIscovoed
is«
that the
t • jlcopter. th at h a d gone
lapcrw otk for die
m e dow n In
com pleted pap
*.
tflamcs In a n en em y^stronghold
sti
D l ^ g u l s h•d
c ^ Service Cross,
ntrardci:
d a te d M ay r^,
r^, 1972, w as in
n e a r th e CandiodiantM
I
According to th c oQk
[eslnA rm yreconls
DfOdalAimy
Lowrcnce’s files
d ta d o n , Lawicncc twic
^vicelanded
a tth e N a tlo nalA
a l/ rchhres.Forunnt
his g unship n e a r the
sasons d ie Army
Ihe b urning
ex p la in e d , rcas
?
a lro a it bcfoie h e and
d Lawrence
o f th e
jtd his crcw
n ev er nodfled
I
M m an a g e d to g e t the
ovaL
h e do w n ed
a w ard s approva
§
cre\Y aooaidandO yaw
ow ayunder . K cr^m alnedi
c d ln th e A rm y N a Ij
h e av y flie .'
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fdlr a n o th er seven^
“d j l e f
W arrant
v e d for ,15 years In
It
Officer ycaE9.andserve<
L avn en cei u tte r disre
iard. rcdriiig fromisregaid f o r .- t h e Coast G uar
his personal safety, his
h I s<£ r a t i o n
th e Coast Gu£
ju a rd Reserve in
y.
to a u ty a n d outsumdli
ndlng Qying
1994.
Ti I O N
irPsmei]tnorial s(;ervice dIraws 1,(000
I£CANT
iNTO, Fla. (AP)— About
. 1,000 mou
noum ers ga d ie red Saturday to is w goodtjyc to thc
9-ycar-old
old FioiU a ^ w h o vras
aiM uctedf
cd f ^ h e r b e d a n d allegedly sla
slain .by a sex o ffe n d e r.
s ta y ^ glln
ln ia h e a rb y h o n ie .
Reladvc!
tives, n e i ^ b o r s and
friendsI Qlied
111
a 'W esl)yterian •
church for a m em orial service
ic m b er Jessica Marie
to remcm
rd.
Lunsford.
Theygas
' gazed a t a p h o to m annier
tage o ffo
r Ufe: an infiant being
ccd by h e r p a re n ts, a
. em braced
toddlerr playing
p:
o n a playa child posing
groundI swing,
sw
behind. dthc
ie steering w h ee l of a ;
Qeiwral Richard C ^ly,
, I le
i ft, i t u d $ wtth SteptMD Lmrr
n m n c e After procar.
final sh o t sh o w e d a
Pentagon on
T he fin
tentb^U zaw fU itbsP
) PIilstln g n lth ed 8«rvlc« C r o u a tt the
I
broadlysm
I 's m illn g je s s lc a w e a r in g
a fi 2zzy,pij
; pink bucket h a t — die
boto seen o n filers post9
samepbot<
jss a t r u s C o u n ty after
r r u n C
cd across
Ird-grader’s disappear*
.i t I I I o
d ie third-i
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ways sa id s h e vrauld
hom e,” w e p t M ark
;
A
EQ >siu;n h e r grandm otherrtucked
tu
h e r into b e d after atten
itending
' church. T h e thlrd-gra
graders
body w a s fo u n d M uch
a ^ 19,
a b o u t 150 , yards from
Dm h er
house, n e a r a rr^obile
e hhom e
w here convicted sex offe
offender
John E C ouey had been
e n stayihg a t th e tim e of
o f her
abducdon.
M edical exam iners sold
sold Jcssica. h a d
b een .sexi
sexually
assaulted a n d suQbcated.
Hi
She w as buried barely
rely 100
yards ira m w here Sherill
erilf Jeff
Dawsy s e t u p his com
n and
mm
center for th e .search.. Hi
He revealcd t h c cxpcricncc left him
tf lM
,
shattered.
tn ts County Florida ShertfTJeff
•
“I’m so s o n y I didn't
I
Vt bring
n rsy holds u p a photograph of'
P*w
' hcrba ck h o m e to y o u a liv
c an
dive."
ilalii
em otional Dawsy (old Jessica’
Jcs:
lln & y e a r ^ Je s ilc a LunsfordI
s
gyh,
family.
I h s sp e ak s a t her memorial
lessica’s father a n dI Dawsy
Di
irvlce In Lecanto, R a .
0^
called for to u ^ e nning
ln die
Lun
unsfoid, Jessica’s fadier. "And
td state's law s against sexun
ooial ofahe
le d id .’
fenders. C ouey is a repeat
1
cat felon
Sl
Shew as last seen in February
ry previously convlctcd ooff ta sex
crim e against a mine
In o ran d h a d
once d a ln u x l helpli
plessness in
controlling his u r m
‘T o u a n d ls h o tmIdihave more
r i ^ t s d ia n d ie b a d1 ppeople do,"
Dawsy sold,
A uthorides say Couey,
C
46,
confessed to Ucmai
tapping and
killing Jessica. He: IIs chojged
widi m urder, batter
eiy, kidnap^Ing arul sexual bai
A ttery o n a
child u n d e r 12.
Couey, vAio is expected
ea
tO'
enter a plea next m ondi, WU'
being h eld w idioutt bbalL
' >
T he Rev. WlUlan
am LaVerte
Coats, d ie Lunsfords
d s 'p a s to r at
Faidi B apdst Churc
irch, offered
m ourners h ope dial
lat th e comm unlty could recove
ver.
' I believe o u r acom m urdty
has b e c o m e m oorre closely
knit," C o a ts said
Jd. -C itrus
C ountyisprobablyg
y g o in g to b e
die safest county in d ie s u te
ofFlorida."
A private fimeral
d for Jessica
was field Friday.
r,
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P
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StolSfiS:
J h r t l o r r t i Sfa
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day
Znd
April Z
Ballooons
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Free Drrinhs
H
t
d Avladon AdminTheFederal><
Istratlon aidn d d ie N ational
lhinspoxtation£
Ul Safety Board will
o y ^ s a ld .
lnvesngate. &<^
Z
T h e dead v ^ identified a s
his
Jocober. 51, of
o fProvldcncc;
!
wife,. Karen. 49;
49; d id r s o n Eric,
^
15; Grcgg Weir
^
'eingcrofr, 49; his
^.
wife, Down; aan<
n d d id r 10-yeariland, said Cari
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lo tto i^ .ro rb o d i
n te it
s in d o -c o r • - . W Phjgciofrr •••..'■"operated
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glue p lan e sputtered on
gro u M nosc-flrst ncai
lear a con* C ranston, R.I.J .-b a s c d jew ehy
t;< , strucd o n site, less than
la n lO m lle s busincssw ith114
140employees.
State ColJaco b cr wras.
as ptjesldcnt o f
from th e airport In1 St
l e ^ SjOdTim Boyde,
medical
lc, 1a Centre O cean G roupp Inc.',-a
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w: a s a t th e supply wholcsal
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a
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LOSANGELES
LES - W hen Carrie
M y e rs S m ithtl fo
fi u n d o u t h er
b r o th e r ’s fivbrc
e chlld rcn had
ch ick e n p o x she
sh e q u id d y gatho r M h e r fo ur U ds arid rushed
h ouso to exo v e rto h e r s lbbling'^
lin
p e s o th e m t oithediscasc.
(he
' S h e is n o tailonc.
lo n
W hile th o intentional
ioti
expo-'
s u r c o f c h iid rcn
e nto
t d ilc k en p o c is
( h e e xception
n nra th e r th a n (he
ru le, it d o c s turn'
tu m p ca according
to th e N atio nUll
al Partnership
1
for
I
nv*
ifevAiiaBiBM
KWTC.CBCU
1 w anted to give th e restrooi
room tii« {ro « tM t look I cotild.’ 1
Ic6 ftstlM ) ow nar Psul M jg
ogh
h ad an of W eit Covina, Calif.
geuAMfacMitaM
flush fuels
A royal fl
br gas staf
profits fo
l.’ a ay » 8 erv -
_______
U » A n t a l e t T lm w
theyVe never seen ar
it.’ she said. “O ncc.tl
year-old gixl ^vas s a
oathroom. Her mot!
escort h e r in.”
la n y th ln g lik e
It’s n o t surprisinj
th o u g h , a 5restroom is m et with
sc a r e d o f o u r
Gas station restroo
lo th e r h a d (0
torious for their stei
walls an d fbdurcs, a
iin g t h a t (h e
oidcr” s i ^ taped to
ith d lsb cU c L
InC ailiom la.m aln
-0 0 m s a rc n o restrooms Is u p to {
ite n c h . g rim y
operaiors. State lav
of
only th a t statio n s 1
t o d ie d o o rs.
1990 n e a r busy roa
a ln te n a n c c o f
d u d e “d e a n a n d
0 g a s s ta tio n
' publlcrcstroom sthat
la w s r e q u ir e
sible to th e disabled.
is b u ilt a f te r
But even restroor
ro a d w a y s in nancc experts try to a
An internationali d i s a n ita ry "
h a ta r c a c c c s deaning Industry p n
in 2003 revealed that:
} o m -m a in te o f them considered s
o a v o id th e m
tion restroom s “uni
su rv ey of
unsanitary." '
p ro fe ssio n a ls
Elizabeth H anym
lat 3 6 p c rc e n t
editor for th e Automi
scrhcc sta o f S outhem Callfon
K
Ofcourse. that's all custom
lom ers
'a r e looking fo r w hen they,'h
h iu n y
••ia But they em erge marvel
rveling
; e t Ihe 10-foot-wide room.
'I t ’s th e b e s tr e s tio o m lVVecver
ec
: sc c n r s a id W e s tC o v in a m olotorist
tQ
: Jo se M o n te s. "Vou feel UkcsyouYe
yoi
• ric h w iie n y o u l e in diere."
. Station d e r k Cathy Vasq
asqucz
■said th e “Wowl* factor w aas a
-jd aU y o c cu ire D c e.
' ‘ P e o p le c o m c
saying
o u t say
EHsi
Disease C o i ^ and P icv e n dooaa munlcated easily th r tm ^^ s a l l )m th e
fo r vo. pass a whlsde fron
vari
mricelln, the dlnlcal t e n n for
diQdren
Uiy Infected child to oth er chi
:hlckenpax; Infects virtually
chli
[nesugte s atthe p aity .'th e m ag a zim
jv o y p o sonln(hoU nited States
evo
■ents to
x e g este d It also told parer
byo
jy adulthood. A fieraslng^ dose
nentbeo)iitlth e vacdne; 97 percent o f In* m ake a record c f th e ever
requlre
s e s . cau se m any schools re
fimi
ants a n d diildren betw een ages
h loxn*
itl* . p roof o f im munity to cnil
1I an
oi d 12 devdop suiDdent antl>
sto
ll d •.
wvttpfliTiflMngtttw n tm m ttr tftf
n pox before adm ittlnga d M
bod
e d her
th
h eedisease, the CDC re p o rts .:
fo u r of
'' ’ITh e r e a p p m to b e m a i^ teeaa- - ' fiunity in 2001, a ^ o Q fb
son
id r - b er m M re n contracted th ed lsx m wby panmta expose their.
r .S a n Q
iDy'
ea
se
iT
te
y
w
cre
ag
c
se
,?,!
you
rouM dfiildren to a potentially
tih, 3 a t tho dme. cthaTdisease. For M yra Smith,
TheyallgotarEaDygoot
vvhc
vho tiyes in la n d a tt N i i . It wraass
atco
concern that th e v&cdne m i z^ hi tt . of It and were pretty d d ;
hedmfe
i . ■s a id 1 did It because a t the
ni6tprovldeUlelongbnmuiiit)(
ot
vacdne
2
n
i
they
d k b lt know If th e va
1
* ^ t I did w a ^ u st g e t (hem
Ink
o o d .,1
togt
ogethcr to play, had them d rin
k lostedthrouf^ioutadulthoo
Hem get
ike Idtlvm ildtB iherhavethci
froE
rom th e sam e ^ a ss - stu ff like
ex- a good case of diem.*
that
hat,” sho said in an c-tnoil exa n n .a c r
dhi a n g e about the e x p o suire
re ■ HowevecDSvidNeuman
ib d o n 4 l
ccutlve
dlrecttr
o
f
(he
steo
tepsfihetook.
!»ir Rirmcrship for Immuniz]
iw thcrlng rruigazinc last year
Mo
ICX sides with most experts innadvist
offc
iffcrcd "U ps for a Q ilckcnpax
mtional
ing parents a^iinst intent
Part
’arty."
i
m - eqxKUte
"The
varicclla virus Is com
U n ite d S tates a l
m o s t ex p erts ad>
te n tio m u c x p o su
"T he idea th at
I
Ifl
I J
LO S A N G E L E S - T h e king
kin o f
Is riraal
th e lu x u iy lo o ru le s h is
r e a lm w ith a be n e v o le n t h oain d
A n y b o ^ c a n 'a s c e n dd Paul
1
rovlded
M o ^ io d a n 's th r o n e - pro
vl
th e y a r c th e r e to d o b usinness.
es:
‘l l c s t r o o m fo r g a s c u sto
n ers
tom
o n ly ” r e a d s ( h e s l ^ o u tsid
e the
lide
. b p tI le n t,p u b lic p o w d e r roo oorm a t
M o ^ ia d a n 's C h e v ro n statloi
itlo n in
: W est C ovin a.
I n o n e r a w h e n m a n y service
ser
s ta tio n s c a n b a re ly k e ep ti
their
. r e s t r o o m s o p e n , m u d i less
!
: d e a n , M o g h ^ d a n 's Is a s i ^ight
t for
lourst*
; s o ic e y e s, n o t to m e n tio n ou
in g b la d d e r s .
' A c h a n d e lie r sp a rk le s} 01
over*
' h e a d f io m a rec esse d cceiling,
e il
floral
S c u lp tu r e d a r t a n d a fl<
itening
o n a n g e m e m a d o r n giisten
fau x tr a v e r tin e w alls. O m latesiia tc
v e r c o l u m n s r is e fro m
tn th e
Ita lia n a tc s la te Qoor to su ppportapo
w id e m a r b l e la v ato ry a n d1 reach
re;
(0 a so f n t th a t h id e s a p a irloofi r c : c e s s e d s p o d ig h ts . G old-pla
•plated
• w a te r G xrures a rc a tta c h ?d
w tto a
T '^ c e f u l ov a l sink."
A m id th e o p u le n c e , o n ebareebj
■.ly n o d c e s t h e s(andard>i&
l-issue
'- l o l l e t i n t h e c o m c r.
m, a g ro u p th at
fe nCT o f vacdneSi
ad o n s have-even
c o n hour to organ<3xparties.”
• taU iw th is route
p ro m o te s sa fe
u
achlckim
poxvac^ m e pub llcad
c
n available
in tbe
ofCensd^adviccon
s sincc 1995, and
Ize "chickenpox
I
ogainst inP aren ts art!advise
ta)
osurc.
c v e n t h o u ^that
a d th e disease is
d n e h as b e e n a
b c ttc rthhianthevacdnolswrong,'’
a:
.Qiristopher Rizzo, a p e s a ld D tC
diatridan
a n in QevelandL "It
(chlcfcenp
njMDdcankillyoa'’
It is notknow
ot
nhow m anyparcnts dec
e d d e to expose tneir
children,
n, b u t experts say th e
n um berr o( f people bdng vacdn a te d blyy tIu} age of 2 has risen
stcadOy an
ai d th e num ber of peop le d y l^
igoforbdnghospltauzcd
i
w ith scvvcre
a cases of chlaxnpox
hasd cdlinedsham
in
ly
'B y the
licageof2about& 5per*
c c n to f children
di
are vacdnated."
R hzosaid
lid,
Accord:
rding to the National
F a rtn e ship
i^
for Intniunization
therc wc
were 65 deaths from
chlckcnp<
ipox in th e United States
betw een
n 1999 an d 2001, th e
m ost re:ccnt
a
period .for wWch ,
statisticss are
< available. Between
td' 1994, a period before
1990 and'
d ie v a c d nr e was available, therc
wcrc 145
<
5 deaths.
tiing to the.Centers for
Accordi
^ ■
p i l j p
^ ■
9 9 3 3
L in d e a n a n d
wa)5 rhagazinc. said
som e 'g itn ly " restro
/m a n , tra v e l
Rancho Cucam onga t
im o b lle Q u b
du. She said she eve
b r ^ 's W e s t - _
with extra Kleenex j
J d sh e 'd s e e n
towclcttes for Umes >
troom s from
room sw crcoutoftoil
ja to K a tm a n 'It'ssu ch a treat, a t
sv c n trav e le d
find a bathroom the
X a n d m o is t
an d w ell-supplied,"
"Coming across !S
onw h e n restto ile t p a p e r.
would m ake my day,
a b ie s s in a to
trip. It m akes you feel
th a t is d e a n
hope for Amcrica wh
1 " s h e s a id ..
ta w that m uch prld
o n e Ukc h is
restroom."
lay, m a k e m y
e e ilik e th c r e s
v ^ c n p c o p lc
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. .obituary In th e sm all tow
!Own
jM p e r was beanbiealdn^ Chas
hase.
- A lSm 'B ekaTLussler.boniD
Dec.
ei
.23,1989. died M aith 21 a t Rfi
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SchooL A fitcshma
m an
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■3^410 p u y e d basketball aon
nd
Bl j j p u
N s K -'-'I
W
<
‘iDvcu com puter games.
\ ® s A >1
Sbc paragraphs down, besid
s id e
thw pnotograph o f a chubbj
c h e t t ^ sm ilb g boy, cam e thi
-sentence: "He spen t his rimt»
tim
Ijugdlng lilie betw een his fiunO
m ily
o n d h isso n .’
• A Coiher a t IS. Dead th
h re e
•
j3 r
!m onths later. Shot with e!ight
i^
W :\
o thers by an alienated, despon
pon'
. d e n t upperclassm an wfaA aIt th
the
le n d o f his 10 -m lnute w
al
walk
I
't h r o u g Rei) 1 ^ H i # Schoo
looL I
l- ^ ^ L
tu rn e d o n e o f h li eu n s1 ooin I I
H H
:hiniaclt
! Tbo
J
is in L .
jth e lr s e f is e l e m e ^ h i ^ glight
ti
•theproW em s that
Amei
toer{lean - .tttnaaets':-havB<* beei
x e n ,.
^ q u i ^ ',etm eda 8 l a greate
• n u m b ^ . th m m o st adolea
}les£ T O te 'v ‘ suidde;- v io le a a
Jteniicssion sndpicgDancK
2 ; ^ themsehres, the nunJTcr
M r ' a ir y Cbesteman pauses
Brican Indian Center a t
m while peiformlng a pipe ceremor
mony wtth stndoirts st ths Ameri
Z tf th e Red t»Va TnHiat^ Reset
^ t
S t Cloud State Unlventt
n lty bl S t Cloud. Mlmt.. Tuesday.
«ponse to Monday's
y. Tl
The cerenioDy wat held In resp
3 ^ n are staggering. A sta
3f 56 ih o o tlflp a t the Red lall
feise killed nine people before tai
lake, Minn.. Klfh School. Jeff Weis(
taking his own life.
jgurveyconductedlostyearofSi
•alnth-giaders showed th att 881
S e ic e n t o f the girls, and 43 per
j
s e n t o f th e boys, h a d consldero
e red
J
^
«7
a t io i
E T
SC
iting fimers^
chool shoot
LAKE, M inn. (AP) —
shooting him selt
w ith
Ith'' th e bang o f a d ru m a n d a .A th W fu n to L for 15-y►-yeai
^ •p itc h e d w all th e Qrst fri1- o ld C hase Lussier. w ass .also
highrals
n e ra
l . began . ^ tu r d a y for
}r planned Saturday a t S t Mi
M ar^
victiii
rtims o f (he shbatings o n thle
e Catholic Q u o th ,
R cdd lLake Indian Reservation in
in ' 'V/hHe.lnyestiga^rs say /tii4
I
w hrich
ld iO people d ie d
d o n t know .w S se’s moth^
live, a
Ahlo n cm an V sad c^ g av e w ay
A
ly ' long trail oC loiaTict post
to songs
so
an d m ore 'drum m ing
from
rm a d r d e o f a d o z e n jn e n j,
h u n d re d s ^ d fr^ l^ ^ '
a n d soon
I
w h10o hod
:
gathered Ih th e com1- ' h e had b c ^ taking the anti
iti-dem uni
Linity centcr began d in g p ast
st pressant Prozac sincc a sui
uidde
a pail
scare last sum m ec '
lair o f open caskets.
D
a
Daryl
Lussler. 58, a tribal i)0y*
d tKe
Family m em bers told
llcc
Veisc's
e (oiBccr. and h is longtune
te New York Tim es that We
sed to
m panionM
icheiloSlgana.3r,
r, dose w as recently increase
com
[
•were
:re the first victims in M on1- 60 milligrams a d ^ .
d a//s anack by his grandson. Jeff
if
*1 c a n t h d p b ut think it was
Wris<
rise, 16.
tve set
too m uch, that It m ust havt
Mc
IS him , off," a n aunt, I bammy
n
More than 100 police oEBcos
er Lussier, told th e papec
atteni
ended the scrvice for
a n d sSigana. along w ith Gov. Tim
mmdn
Outsklc the Red Lake conu
PawU
> nicy cenu?. w h k ^ shares q
wlenty an d Sen. N orm Colem ain
n . Every sea t In Ihe
n T S
le w ith th e Red Lake Banc
C hippevt^ Seven d a n s Cas
com m
i unity centcr wastakerL
lasina
Ir an decoonic sign
ajmesc
Afti
After kilUng th e p a ir in thcir
hom<
sends
1- sage: "Red Lake Natkin se
m e o n the n o rth c m M inso ta reservation. Wclse w ent
nesoi
I&miIt h(^c!tcondoIcnccstoaI]&
to RRed
o Lake High School vAiere
ntW e
tc ly membexs o f t r o ^ event
h e killed
kil
five students, a teacher
:r are one in our sorrow and in our
d a security guard before
•e love;"
<uid
r i
fc S S S
“Expect2 t F u n
R e s ^t r a t i o n
^
DawnFIneday,
S N eariy h a lf th e girls said
sail
f l j l l
right, wfth daush^
S ie y U actually tried toldD th'em*
em
te
r Natasha, both
^
IW en ^ percent o f boy
rto id th e sam e — nun^}er
from Leech iake,
ben
A b o u t triple the rate statewide.
de.
w w pM they '
**
" N o t C o v e re d O p
■ *I ^ m h a v e a n explonotioi
watch an esgle fly
4 o r that.” said Brenda O iild
lild..
ovsr
during
a
tradi­
9who
American Indiai
N o t S p r a y e d O hrer;n
dian
_ ^
•
tional prayer
p j ^ j y a t th e University o f M ln
. *nesota a n d grew u p o n thi
th e
Mrvlce outside
B u t F u l l y R e s t to
o i red '
•reservation. H er couslni 1414
the North Cotmtry “
{year-old Ryan Auglnosb. w as
a
Regional Hospital
}shot In tb e chest during 1616
t o i t s P r e - L o s s.V
\ a iu c ^ ^ li ■
-{I
In BemldJI, Min­
iyear*oId JdT Weise’s - m airc
r c lh -it “
-Ron Reese, Owner
through th e campus.
nesota on
She d oesift w ant view'th
thie
Tuesday.
Ree-Consttuction
shootings t h r o u # th e p ilsnni oof
NativeAmerlcan tro u b le. 1[see
sei
lall:
HDIiinlerStiikCT,Call
! it a s a problem o f a young m
n aain
Iw ho w as deeply d e p re s s e s ' shi
sh e o th e r students a c ro ss9 the
th state.
K fS H K ^ ^ B
•sold. 'Sodfy. th a t can h appei
that
pen
N ationwide figuresashow
sh
sB«i
.aiiyw here
N ative A m e ric a n teenagers
te
23
' S
h
B II
I H ere, w here th e Red Laki
jiKO co m m it su id d e a t thre
hree times
{band o f Chippewa has lived
REE-CONSTWUCnOW
d ilin
th e national rate; a re invohredin
inv
’
-IIsolation o n m ore than 830,O
,0C
0X0
alcohol-related arrests
Its ai t twice
locrcs in n o rth ern M lnnesoti
so ta th e n adonal average,I on
and die in
Wefuttlilii^ right.
" Isince 1689, such things a te no
n o t alcohol-related In d dlents
c n a t 17
[openly discusscd.
tim es th e n ational overs
vrage.-'ew3
T h c y a ie th ird 'U # eicsstin
i te c n
Ith e pregnandes, b e h in d, Hispanics
Hi
‘rioor o f their reseivatlon to thi
th e anoblacks.
Drying eyes o f tdevisioncainezB:
BBj
. * M y m o th e rm o v edduu so ffth e
• d biari^rtcrsvirhow anttoknO
H
“OW
reservation w h e n I w as very
' ■
ftrh y Welse shot his grandfiuha
J io i young. A nd I a m v c iy
ly jglad ahe
TM n tribal policem an evcryonf
o n e d id th a t" says Bill La'
Lawrence. .
* '- v
A n ew a s "baah.” the man^
publisher o f th e Nathre
hre Ameri4
u le n d . an d then diove to the
th e c a n P ress-O jlbw e Ni
News, a
m
t h ^ sdiool entnm ce behindIthe
the
5,000-;drculatron weekh
ck ly n e w sn n e d o f his gm ndM ierb p ot lia
o
paperlnB em ldjL
(cruiser, weai& g his gunbdt ^and
om
T h e kids th ere co
n e from
I toting a shotgun. Hc openediflre
Ore d r u ^ alcohol, b ro k emfirniUies,
nf
l a t th e front door, by the loru
or»e abuse," h e says s a ^ /’. ‘l
" b grow
I nietal detecto t
u p u n d e r these d r tumstances
^
• m b a l ciders have said little
ttie. Is a trem endous ordeaL
e a L A n d to ____
- [a s-hove residents. Som e stuitu-, c o n s id e r' s u id d e ~niea
le a n s'y o u
jd cn ta have been m ore open,
th ln k th e re ls n o o th e rw
T w ayout"
L—
I » la re h 3 1 ,2 0 0 5
d e s a ib b ig Weise a s a ^deeLawrence Is a m em be
R « ll.k .H I 8h S c:hool
l,» students, from left, Sondra I
{pressed, friendless boy vdio
AO a m . to 4 :3 0 p j a
TnVff hnnf^nt^HhniiT
iley Monison weep together folio
I talked o f shooting i>eopI& ,
■vadon, h e H«ptrom and Ahiley
a n d friends o n reservat
a Hegstrom, M
^
i O n V\%b site p o « tl m V i ^
Monday, at their school In Red
sa y s.‘Only th e m o s t d ite
f d s tu - Ihooting ranpage,>, M
ho
jd e so ib c d him self as ^ o t h di nng
j
llowlng a deadly
i B
d e n ts cim overcom e this
jiis s ti^ A
I b u t your average Nathfe-Ameil- lo t o f U ds d o n t g o to schooL b isin d ch o m es.TThis
idUke,M lnn.
| n
h j has wors- got a new
{con Sto n er” a n d d eso ib ed bl3
bis A bout 50 pcrccn t don't
Jn't gradu- ened lately, WalUs
Is sa
said, bccausc w om an d ld n
tiile'o n th e reservation os ‘eveiy
to maicc their said ‘Q th cwr cirlfriend. The
* »y a t a How do y o u g o3 o n after many \\<io left to
3am about:
Come leai
m a n lb n i# tm a r e . This place
liiledtogct way In the outside
th a tT lh e y te n o tq u a lifle
side worid are And guess Iwl
n t like the boy. "She
|
m e v er c h a n m and It never wilL”
•w ind Energy 101
now ictum lnginlai]
Ilaige num bers he's IM ng wi
^
a io b o r go to college."”
:r h e goes, o r I g a ’
^ VWse h a d not always I h ^Ion
on
,^gfpr^^ ^ H f i W^ {llq haslivcdat
hn«
alter filin g to S nd
n d ia ny kind o f he's suffering
w h o had to go? Now
m ent in Idaho
.Wind Resource Assessme
r e ie reservation. H e antved oftei
A er tlie reservatloaoir a n d o0 a s in c c woric bccausc they
e y 1h a v e n o c x T h c b o y g nw ith his c o u sb s a n d
| *V\
ects and N st IMotaring
^
father com m itted su idi d e
•Small-Scale Wind Projecl
i951.TbVfelIis.theproblc
blcm shoc periencc or training
ing.
iliereservatic
'’ft"
, ,
I «W
9}>ur years ago. His mother,
r< a& com e from grinding, d dium
d
an■ W henyouputal
ita lo to fa d u its was pulledgrew
o a n ^ In d a ss at
. Residential and Inigaf
gation Applications
for
fte a v y drinker, w as severely In*
In- izing, relentless poverty
y
and chlloxcn togetl
>gcther in o n e an d sen t totio
p n , 6h c ^ d , a n d h e
rerPioIects
•CommunityWind
Power
Qured in a n alcohol-ielated auto
;o 8succeed h c u s e jo u g et bcdl
“ to
"TheyYe n o t a b le to
j c d l m ” V M is
C hildren aI o u t
his relatives
ft
a c d d e n t The boy had nowhere
kere in sdiooL If so m ethtiing
in hap- said. " I n c c h ild re
t nn ;get n o rest,
despite th(public
e
schooL
ojects
• f,
PURIWWind Power Proie
Use to g a
p e n s , o r s o m e o n e d i b , o r they get no sleep,
ep. argum ents cultural bnpi
. a n d teenagers herc,
^
Wind ProjectsI b)
by Rural Electric
‘ Som e o n the reservation ^say Ihered b een a n a c d ddent,
e r they break out betw een
le n the adults inward, h avee isolation a n d th e
•■Building
P
M sisehad bcen'seeingapralie9<
ildpal Electric UtJIKles
^
d o ift com e regularly. Som
Soi e stay and they com e to0 sc
and Munid]
school carry- th e In te rn iportancc
et
o f turning
, Cooperatlvos
p
bional
'taking m edication
Io n a t h o m e b ccausc th ey
:y 1h ave to
Ingallthis."
s atd ilte T yve only to sign o n to
®
• Show Me th e M oney - 1Incontives and Rnandng
ig
(or h is depression, v^ilch Is evi­ baby-sit th eir siblings
;s to r they
Wallis has n o t losi
lost hope, a n d people, h i ept o r m m o ti th e
B C
d ent o n Intem et pwtlngs^ s u d i have t6 help o u t" . .
she is careful inLch
choosing h er w m h a v c tlu to sec that other
g • 'nie
3 workshop is free, but space
ice is
I limited, so pre-register earlv!Ias th is on£; v4iere under a secA nother b ro b le m Iss housing,
h
words to describe
le L
life here for
If you’ve placcs not th a t far
ra
tibn/dtled “A U ttle About Mft”
te
sh e s a id T neie arenrt
't c< n o u # young people.‘Ilove
love these peo- loved, h owhings
c
they d ont.
S -n
h e t y i ^ ‘ 16 years o f accunm
sservatlon,
- pie M tn oil m y heart
nu*- p la c c sto liv e o n th e rc se
i
call tho Ida' E nerm
cart." she says,
self?" sh e as]
e never really been
For9 further InformaUon o r to pro-foglster,
pr»
Tjy
1^
rage sufliessed by nothing
i n g s o fam ilies a n d cousii
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g m
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ething out o f your| Divi
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tow n 32 m iles so u th o f Ihe
reservation.' Andrew A u ^ u ts h
there u visit h b 'w d js d M
g
/
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M W aI
b a d said about: o u r
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^
•CHICAGO (AR— I h e r e Were
Wei , m m m im m gim m m gm
Patty
two things ll-y ear> o ld Pati
W Iegner really, realty, re
l
c oally
wanted for Ctulstnias. O n e!w
was
a ftiny, p l a y ^ d o g ttia fs now
ner
B r in g I n y o u r d e m
a i a l u m i n u m c a mn s I
^ P t tty W Iegner
f" iD
fOUng her parents’ tio m e with
wit
i l t s wtth h e r do g
|
the sound o f baiktng. I h e ottii
Bingo t t h e r Vat■
gift mokes a different k inId
d oi f
rice, R a ., hom e
I
noise — it h as a rin g to n e! tliat
thi
m im ics tap p e r 50 C e n t'ss htilt,
ta lh ln g w lth a
I
r
R e c e iv e
song'CaiufyShop.**
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n
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need one, a n d so m e sd e nntis
ju it tw o th ln g a
•
have c3q)rcsscd h e o ld i ccor
o n -.
Jn
ccms, Patty is one o f m iinyrklds
Idc
Jm l
for C hristm as |
her age vm o ore asldng the
their
> a cellular phone
.
parents for c d i p h o n es. A nd
ii
id ta■ F
jflV
an
d
a
dog.
S
ha
I
c rea sin g , theyfe g e ttin g then
hem. 1 ^
J’'*'
g o t b oth ba r
I
, I t ’s cool a n d popular. Patt
Patty, r ' - ’
'
Fla., .
.
a sixth'grader in Volrico, He
■ w U hea.
!
nting
says o f her reason fo r w ontir
can
the mobile phone. "And II ca
talk to my Gdcnds a n d toUcto
n: y
om
k
tUsWeekODly
' I s e a rd ic a n b e d oon
n ee on potendal Florida w ho
lose d aughter got th e
■
dad and mom."
health risks to growing
m
young dog a n d cd]
£ll p hone last Ctirist*
I m
wasH er m om. Lisa W lcgner. wa;
pn I
bodies from th cidcctromagnedc
dc<
mas. But sh
she says tliat, so far,
■
n’t endicly tiirilled w ith th c idea
idc
^ ■ 1
rad iadonthatphon
hones em it
Fatty has I Ih a n dled hav tag a ' I
i
but gave in bccausc sh e |IV(»q
Ulu ’
\
Cofoigrifnr.
ta ti l l s . country
fitry, Rosemarie phoneveiy^
yw dL
H
conk n o M ^ h e r d aughter c a n coi
r
H o m liiiL -M ln b S p g
!H H |
Young, p r e s e n itt of
ofth e National . H er d a uj^^ t c r thinks so, too;
Uld,"
tact her if sh e n eed s t a 'And
IffQ
Sil9nb12loea
1^1
Association o f Elcmi
iemcmaiySdiod "I. a s a pere
m om says, “I w anted to b e abl
:i5on,” Patty says ta a
ccU phones arc grow n-up titone, "am very rc*
I H
Prindpals, says cel
. to b e bl touch w ith h e r ta a
gU H
m ore often a n issue
isuc in schools in sourcefulwji
w idim ym tautcs.”
emergency.”
higher-tacom e nel
Som e paren ts h a v e bee
where students and
a n d § ^ p a ic n ts ■
p rom pted to odd th e ir kidsS b<
lS
S ijS H B K
B ^cfM
can afford them.
in le s'
.
cause their wireless com panit
them
n{^y, she says,
B jlH
But tacreastaj^;
offer “faijiilyplans," giving thei
ncc had all-out
schools tlmt oncc
lU tes
gM H ^
a spcdHed num b er o f mtautc
H U
bansonccU phoncf
jnesarcallcTwing
SN^
each
to d ia t w ith one a n o th e r eac
ts st
students keep
^ ■ 0
diem , a s long as
m onth.
them tu rn ed offrduringclass.
dui
^
B •'
anles
Now, a fewr odier com pani(
*I don't have a1 pn
problem widi It'
. ■ D B H j B ^BE x
ore pushing thc tre n d fu rth eerrbt y
ifporcnts ore dearc
sir about die use
U
for
creating spedflc p ro d u c tss f{
tt
lg,
who's
also
a
n
f1
of
it.”
soys
Young,
\
‘tweens,” a p o p u lad o n o f pn
ool prindpal in
II
d e m entary school
teens os young a s a g e 8 tlu
id tm hodteachIJ
m
Louisviflc,Ky.andh
som e consider thc ruaa b ift ui
die
m
CIS wtio'vc tiad to conflscate
c
oBm.
tapped maricet o f cell p lio r
***I ocxasional c d i pho
phone fiom kids
users.
/thetules.
Firefly Mobile, o n e c o m pany
p ar
I by Matte)
whoclon'tfoDowthc
mtWltaa8»pmU.ilby
lennifcrH artsteii
5tein,achildand
that's developed a ceil phon . t6oBtilHMyS«m«ll J •
•
coiiuiar---------ad o lesc en t -psycl
sychologist - at
■■product fo r y o u n g e r u se r
“ t "f
phon>lsiho>ti>.
M ontcflore Mecua
■cflcal Center ta
found t ^ t about 10 p erccn
<
anire:lt's die B ro n x N.Y, agrees
agr
d iat par'I t shows if you're m
ma
tweens m its focus g ro u p sI hhaad
hone," says en ts n e e d to stioi
idck widi limits
m ore a privilege to get a phot
phones, b u t that m a n y moi
th m J la c e o n u ssing
in j die phones.
p any
Stephanie Bcaird. a I2-year-oId
12-'
w anted them . T h e com pan
r., w
“T he problem1 is, I'm n ot sure
also Idcntifled parent taterest
i
estln
ta Northridge, Calif.,
i ho rch one after pa ren ts are dotag
}tag d u t,” says
lUow cendy got a cell phoi
a product th at w o u ld allo'
kids,
beggmg her p arentss for
ft m orc H artsteta. w ho0 has a few
them to keep tabs o n th e ir kid
younger clients witl
wldi cell phones.
illtag
th an a year.
* ^ a t ttie m arket vras telllr
/a s p a rtiy a
Stie still thinkssccDph^ie3.can
cc!
Getting a p h o n e was
us is that there's a n e e d for: kids
kit
BOARD CERTIFIED
pocl report l » a good idea, dcpc
» p lc
reward for a very goo<
lependingondie
to stay in touch w ith th e peop:
itterofcon- k id "^But I also kind
lem,”
c ard — but also a matte:
^^4lo are im portant to them
dnd of laugh d u t
CA LI
APPOINtME
o _
C
ew wherc I was
w M f c■i t T O D A Y F O R YfOUB
Stephanie's
m y parents knew
Movenlencc
for
Stej
says Robin Abrams, Firefly' M(
vei
parents. whoVc usedd ltil to fin d w h e n ld id h ttia rveaccflphoncilbile's CEO.
■
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nor w hen picking tier
i from says H a rtstd a i®6's in riCT 30s.
cr up
' “
I h e Rrefly phone, c rcatcd
1:
IENT
tingeventi' rW henIw as8or9,^
school and after sportini
r9,w ebajdyhod
a father tri Illinois a n d ^)cing
lines."
*
Alex answering machine
)nths , Seventh-grader
shave
T liat thoughtt is not lost on
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govem m cht could be e n t from th c .c r a . : .c.o f th e :
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w
>m- dictatorship pracdces.” '
'ormed w ithin days, a n accom­
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gear hauled ofT bv looters,
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trol godadons h as b een a n cl
arms-makcrs.
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eri- m d u deS unrd Arabs, th eei m inorivsthat
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l
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itening
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h e CiibiIt ni v o
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lory Saddam Hussein, In the
"WMD’ program s. But
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5 looted
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years alter U.S. team s bbc;
iaid. a U.S. M arine died in ac- n e t, al-Iaafari said. !Sunnis
sale
spoctorssayatloastOO
oons of
their futile h u n t for \v-eapon
io n in A n b a r province, die largely boycotted d ie JJan. 30
ro
Iraqi
fadlitlBS
have
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believed
q
h
as
m ass destruction. Iraq
ling d e m o n s, an d they arc b<
nsurgent heartland stretching
otod. But they dont know
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something else: a Iw dscapi
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io m w est o f B a g d a d to the lor/COSOS what weapons or
ruined niiiitary plants and
an d of
insurgency,
lanlan a n d Syrian borders.
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^Morc th a n 1,520 m emberss ooff , “V ifediinkdiatdicexcq
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the
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led die d ecdons stood In (he
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shows.
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tor told AP th at outsiders
ncm bers
Saturday’s de ath s cam e as six Jaafori. who m et w idi me
possibly lothol matorlal at
seeing only a “silver" o f th e tr
less o fth e U .S .d d e g a d o n .aiss d id In­
n e m b o s o f th e U.S. Congress
micai
woopona
complex
inside Iraq. D em etrius Perri
sr Ayad
net with Iraqi poliddans onn a te rim Prim e M inister
reports that satellite im ages
ADawl
nisslon to assess progress to"
mis
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ical
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vard building a new political
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u
vould allow a n eventual U.S.
ol
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lar facility
In Tuwaltha, 30 milesI southeast
sot
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i
base for Iraq's b udding: dem
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racy.
2003. file photo.
up to 369SSamoud missiios
Ibrahim al-Jaafari. the likely
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ty U.S. invasion
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stolen from here.
ries," the Iraq Survey G roup
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IS
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at times thin o n relevant
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' The official
gency in Iraq. A
cally im portant areas.
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by U.S.
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ont unloiown and almost
scrr
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ndition
of
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sp o k e
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tlccdons Jan. 30, vrcre swomi ln
in forccs detained 121 susj
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ard rem ains viable
400 tonsjofhigh-grodooxplosivos
o
quickly, mustard
am ple,
anonymity.
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th e parliam ent's llistmls^rvg'
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HakBm'
, the Iraq SurPerricos said
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b e e n CharlesA.Duelfer.thi
grade explosives h a d b(
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ng at this dofunct bio-______ p)oned
or
iql am m u n itio n , originoting
tlce d in Iraqi
ali s o f a n
Iraqi com plocat Qaqaa. Ittv ra s a ad m ln isu a tio n dlaim
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desi
lesultory talks have dragged oonn
weapons3cconlor unaccountod for
ind u m p s w:n
henthe invasion
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Iraqi WMD threatbydcterm
by
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i
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b
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ody o f dow n in 1991 undei
rc been taken.
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aqi rounds and odicr munide
dons,
rom d ie Sliiite-Ied U nited Iraqi
pots," he said ooft
f the Iraq Survey
Iraq's
spectlo rt
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le d invasion.
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JUS m aterial
w as because
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,
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p:
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til
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:eeded tlie biggest items oJnn tJie
i “unaccause th w too often exceei
U.N.
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and Iordan, U.N. m ent. Ilong u n d e r
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a o t least
bot
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at had
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1 hoppencd:
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an Industrial arc a o f a mainly
0 missile
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said
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n
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Iraqis
si
spectloh regime. Aftor tlic
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or o ne
irial was dcsom ehow had
rrade their way
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inspectors were evacuated
Bei o n Saturday, Injuring} at
cDghtcrs
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Beirut
o ut o f Iraq and
ini
i ^ i o n . stroyed years ago. but
bu not all Is
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m anybuil
the eve of tlie U.S. invasi
uildingsat Iraq's prem ier
ica; d u c c foreign woriccrs.
b a td c d desperately to ccontain
least
octors simply
yards, along wwill
laining docum ented. Inspect
they lost track o f tlie remain
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site, south o f B a g d a d ,
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c
. w hich— seed stock— indud]
e quipm ent long- - Bouchrieh.
qo,
lion' d o w s ."
said die explosion
num A bactegredlents for joison
pois gases.
ended its arm s h u n t In Decc
lecem - antlirax an d bo tulinui
under U.^
I.N .m onltorm evraspreced
A military officer soldd a< t least
was caused by a bom b placed
been used to
But “we have
ji seen a very
yc just
surhed stolen,
ber, says acom plcie accouni
lunting ria — m ay have bee
in d u d ln c
nc: die b u ilc ^ g s in a n Indus­
rs w ere
lus- d iree A slan w orkers
near
ches that are
th in sliver” o;fth
thte ta q i m ateriel flow-form
o f the Samouds “m ay not
n ot be nurture m ore balchc
rmlng m achines an d
uig area.
w ounded. He sold it wvas
a diflitrial
being boughtt aand
t
ictors."
im accounted for.
sold In th e clectron-b
possible due to various facto
i-bcam welders, key to
re o f the
sive cult to know d ie nature
“It a ppears It is a n explosive
hese original
Middle East, Perricos
Pc
said o f building5ccentrifuges to produce
Besides the Sam ouds,, u pj to
“From bits in thei
ch:
die Hrc.
re." eqiloslon because o f tl
charge th a t w as placed dierc,"
Ite a hundred
those Qnds.
34 Ritah missiles — a slir
similar
vials, y ou can create
,
nudear-b(
•bom bfiid.
cel
:toricsln
ad- He sold som c o f th e factc
Gebara
told Lebanese Broadlust w ant to
In U.N. Securi
nirity Council disThe cosrost o f d ie fruidess U.S.
but solid-fueled w eapon, — are o thers, a n d w e jus:
cas
hly flamth e area contained highl]
casUngCorp.
been traced?"
cusslons,
Pe
also imaccounied for. And
dm
m o rc know, h a s all dlls bee
Perricos
h a s \vcaporisIS1h u n t was b o d i finan"They m u st love us - wc goDtlt
t it m able m aterial
:c Iraq
Survey
suggested his1 agency
ag
rctum , to clal an d 1hi
than 600 missile e n ^ e ss m
r ay Peirlcos asked-The
I
human.
ferA
n
c
^
Ioslvcs
expert
sa
said Sottwice In a week." he sold refer­
be missing: th e U.S. docum
oim ent
G roup lists . le
the fate o f
Iraq to h elp with
vith arm s verificaThe IrIraq Survey Group's
rfn
c h was
ie tuday's bom b, which
ring to a n c9q>Ioslon in ddie
under
tion. b u t thice U' nited States budget Is
simply doesn't report their
elr sta- blow eapons seed stoci^
sto
Is(classified, U.S.oQldaIs
^e;
rist- placcd bcty/ecn a carf a n d a
s."
hasn't rcspondci
tus.
"Unresolved Issues."
ided. Iraqi rcprc- have said,
Id. But Duclfer’s prededch Duilding containing aa w ood­
iJan
M ^ l ^ b o r h o o d ^ Jdddch
H unters' findsentotives say
t e Inspection cessor, D;
, Perricos, In th e AP Interv
lerview
T he U.S. arm s hur
ly th
David Kay, told th e AP
Iqsi S aturday th a t Injured nine
ed about
line vrorking factory, weighed
last
at his New York headquart
iarters. ings further d o u di the
tl picture
agencyshouldb<
d b e sh u td o w n .
that a ren
eport diat S600 million
people. A b o m b o n Wednesday
day SSpounds.
expressed co n cern ab olUt
u t th e o n a n o th er item, 155mm
m usO ther unknoy
nowms In today's w as appft
155
propriated for 2004 was
rlstCivU Defense officerssaa n d the
killed d u c e people in a Christ­
h a dead-end
Iraq invohre som
son e of th e m ost correct nThat doesn't In d u d e a
missiles. "If they h ave b een
ien de- lard-gas shells with
{on c o m m e r ^ ccntcr.
Red Cross w ere calling; 0o n peoian
stroyed, so m eb o d y sho
sh o u ld
paperw ork trail,
sensitive am ong th e 90 o r so reportedi 3$300 million s p e n t o n
\ imesses said die blast on
o n pic to stay aw ay from th ca rca .
W
know they’ve been d estrojyyes d o r
At least 13,000I shells
sl
filled
ransackedsltes:
es:
the weop'
apons hunt before die
the eve o f th e Easter holiday ocOre .and
Uie
oc­ tearing die spread o f Qj
n o t Have th ey g o n e soi
so m ew ith m ustard \vere
:re destroyed
4^ year, an d addidonal
cui
2004 flsca
by
rore m o rc eim losions c a uused
s
curred
th re e hours beforc
where?" he asked.
u n d e r U.N. supervls
rvision In Ihc
M u th a n n a
iginlate2004.
Cat
spending!
Catholics
w ere to h e a d to0 a lldm m abic m aterials oni
m d fiids
The worry Is n o t th a t Iraqi
raqiln1990s, b u t 550 wi
mli
hem ical-w eapons
Searchlih in g ln th e m ld sto fw a r,
in
th
c
la
n
o
rie
s.
midnight
Mass.
surgents m l( ^ t field1 th e found. Iraqis told U.
Icncc that w asn't there,
ccntcr o f Ihee 11980s,
1
a desert for evldcr
missiles, he said, b u t that
la t ad- tors they were desti
Mtroyed m n co m plcxinthcci
3ur lives a m o n g th e
_
tcem batded Sunni took fou
vanced Sam oud o r Fatahb p arts Cre. N ow die U.S. tea
ra, th e O A reports. TWo
T M a n V ltv nisov
u o e m m b y lo o t* searchcrs,
m i ^ t secretly b o o st miss
lissile- im p riso n ed Iraqi ol
irvtgv^roup meml^OT
xendy broke Into a Iraa Surv
crsw h o a p p a ren
building prognuns clsewhhcr
e re in th e m a S p ed al R
R ^ iiM n
>unker
holding old dica and
v
,
S
U
.N
.-scalJK
unl
the region or b ^ n d . “T"he
he cn- G uard u n it retained t
exploded while
chem ical w capons,
po
sarln-flUed w h cn abbuilding
u
gincs can easily o e sold for
or ta lot
cai rounds, and Itaq
Jts, the Iraq Survey theysearc
irched i t a n d two m orc
o f m oney for th e insurgcn
gency." to declare them to l),
d one w as w o u n d e d in
d
ted. It Isn't know n died and
hesaid.
to rs w h e n th e A
I mericans
usable
b le w arheads re- a n attadc
i o n a Duelfcr convoy.
"
Asked about gaps in ImoqSur*
qi
invaded.
a n d w hdt Hcescapc
ped injury.
V
therwlse un- n i a l n e d l n ^ eb bunker
L
vey Group re p o rtinIg
g —
His account, othe
I
in Iraq
E
odes in Bein•ut;
Bomb exploi
ee wounded[
at least three
N o t!i c e t o
S to c k l i o l d e irs
iersinAfglihanistan
n kills fourr U5. soldie
Explosion
m -A
KABUL, A f^um lston CAP)
land mine oq)lodcd u n ^t aaU1 5 .
vehide south o f Kabul onI SaturSa
day, killiM four soldiers in th e
lerican
deadliest incident for Ameri
troops In AMuirdstan in alm
aln ost
lid.
' 10 months, tn e mlUtory said.
rd th e
The blast highlighted
^ an
dangers still facing foreign
i d
- A ^ I ^ troops m orc th a n three
ih
hllban,
years afler the fall o f thcThlU;
flicting'
although there w ere conllid
e r th e
accounts ab o u t \^ilcthe^
iftover
. m inew asfreahlylaldorlcftc
vars.
from A M anistnn's lo n g won
e sjn a n
A
^bon
spok esn
o r th e
claimed responsibility for
a n li.
b la st But U.S. spokes^w mn or
igators
O ndy Moore
Investigai
suspected the m in e w as a n o ld
n trra in
c h a ^ dislodged b y recent
n ih ld e
and anow o r th a t th e vch:
h a d w andered In to a n tm
i -
L
killed
susp
uspected m ilitants
m ap p e d mlneaeld.
i l i ^ in th e p ast
a n d four dvillai
“We believe it vms
wr a n old
d have
shiftw eek alone.
m in e w hich could
1
A ccortiing to U.S. D eparted,” sh e sa id .
m se s ta r tle s , 122
me am ong a
m en t o f Defeiuc
T h e vicUms were
ildlers hav e d ie d
n aan d A fw im
A m erican soldli
group o f American
a n forccs Invaded
since American
o f S c ^ s c o u d n g a .p
p oo tentiuslte
nge in L o w
to o u st th e farm<
irmer TUlban govfor a shooting rangt
o u th o f m e
em m c n tfo rhlarboring
a rt
al-Q aida
Province, 25 rnilesisso
vhen one o f
m ilitants after
:er th e S e p t 11.
A f^ ia n capital, whe
s o n th e U nited
their th ree vehldesihhiitthcm ine, 2001, attacks
States.
M oore said,
tie four dead,
M any haveibceii
b o killed In acT lie bodies o f the
ding strikes o n old
s Identified, ddents.Indudin;
n o n e o f w hom wnas
le h in d b y Soviet
he m ain U S. m in es left behi
w ere airlifted to the
b o re said.
tro o p s
w.rho
ho . o ccu p ied
baseatB agram .M oo:
.S. troops ore ' A f^um lstnn in
n tl
the 1980s o r th e
A bout 17,000 U.S.
)ns in d u d in g th e
ttilng a stubA& han fiictlons
in A f^ianlstan batUL
fou{^t
Ttuiban
fou{ e ac h o th e r
b o m Ih llb an -Ied1 Insurgency
Ii
etsw
lUth
and
east
after
th
e
Soviets
\ thdrew .
focused o n the soutl
M oore sold1 U.S.
U troops h ad
a n d trBining th e nneew Afghan
o f S a tu r-,
iUtaty says Its first toured tbliee a
army. H ie U.S. millta
etationshave da y 's In d d e nntt ab
i o u t a w ee k
oir a n d ground opera
Weeds a l o n ig
g canals, laterals an
nd :
coulees w i l l be bur
um ed prior to the start
s
in search' o f a site for a
earlier in
of ^ t e r d e l i v e r y . ((Please remove gal
ated
O
training; rrange for. tho A ^ i a n
army.
!S , or o ther property
siphon tubes,
p
. Gdv. ]M o ham m ed A m an - pipe,
H am lni ^Wid the In d d e n t ocon c a n a l n g h t S ' O f-vray.)
f '\
T h an k youl i o r
O
cu ried 1in a d e s e rt area
ssed by rougb tracks,
crlsscrossi
your
c o o p e r a t i o n I..
Y
"It's anin o ld m ine. 'Ilierels n o
tn th e route they took,
traOlc on
m aintain a s:
Observers, please
pl
safe
Russians u se d to u s e it
b ut th e Ri
because) tlthey were afraid o fth e - J
ilistaiice
from thee fires
f
ent.
and, equipmei
o a d ,' Ham lnl told Tlie
^
m ain rooi
Assodatc<
tedPresa.
Howcvcw aM u U ah H a H m L a d - •
■
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f i.a m a in
n ^ siio .d a lm ato .rae o i:
Bjliban, said its f i l t e r s
for th e lh!
ed tho m in e b y tem ote
detonated
coiUroL
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would resum e o u r £ o ly th a t we wi
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Sunday, KiRi) 27,2005
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Sodaal Securiity bill V
writer seiees worrjy .
owa (AP) - AsBEDFORD, lows
^ it clear afterward that h e tru
trusts
President Bush!)
Grasslcy’s ju d g m e n t 'I thJ
diink
signed to p u t Pres
Ideas in to a blU
> , diere’s no easy answer, bu
but I
Social Security Ida
lhat can p*?? Cons
diink he’s on top of it," Slrtunc
mons
Ongiess, Charles
G ra s ^ ls .f in d ln
ing
g little d o m o r
said
-for it am ong the
Iowa is one o f die m ost pel
wUtih e people w ho
cally engaged states inI lthc
inti
tfo S e n a te fo r
have kept him in
' 25 years.
nation. In 2004, 70 pcrccnt
n t of
n v h a t I n eedi to h e a r people
lowans voted, well abovei die
i
J G0.7 perccnt nationwide parti
UTidpect y ou to ffac
say is. 'We esqiec
,Ih |,
thu,*’ Grassley said in betw een
adon ra(& The Iowa caucus
uses,
town hall meetlnj
tc first event o n die presidi
idcnrtlngs. n im n o t
hearing th a t”
I tial primary calendar,e rnakc
d ie i
lal in
At each stop in
nanEastorw
ar
edC'
I state inonunatcly Influential
m a ia th o n ’o f met
pany
m eetinra In 19
I determ ining th c major-pa
Kynh>. 10, tigM, and
Klira W tK tr it M d t v ttii ber’ dantfitflrt
dai
indSalyn,
coundes, the 7l-ye
i-year-old chairI candidates for president
everycv
m a n o f th c Skenna te F inance
I four years.
Kitn., Thunday,
7 , h front of Um It b o m In O«tanto(nl«,
n
» to
I
At each of Grasaley’s stops,:
■
(Committee tries
t m ake the
s,SoViMi•• d al Scdirity is h i ^ o n a list
pension .
I a q
case th at th e federal
fcdi
iist of
topics diat also in d u d e tra
trade,
system protecting
ting m illions o f 8«n.ChariM
Im ( 2 ra u (tr, R-^owa, bold* a grai
graph W ednesday ihow ing
older Americanssfio
&x m p o v e n y is
farm policy an d c ducatioaL1ih e
fotun m ay bold for Social Sectirt
:urtty during a tow n hall m eet•
in trouble.
mixca message he is getting
ing is
Indat l(nn.
from
I" ClJlllli
A tw o'w ord question
qu
not thc one d ie White Hot
fouse
n o t ensure sol- m ent
- 'S o d a lS e c u they a lo ne ewiO
'
e n t Scratching a neadyy wanted w hen a w eek earl
Randy S im m o na s-'
arlicr
vericyofthe
h e system.
trimn
m m cd an d graying bcora,I, Bush urged lawmakers to m
rity?’' - becomies
cs th e c u e for
meet
tfhen diets arc given pre-typo
WASHINGTON (AP) - Who
ing is done, Grassley Simrr
InutespleLcom If noihinj
ped letiO T
GrassIeyilO-minui
nm ons lingers until the audi-i- with people In th d r statessaan d
o f requests to a cd ito is
Aimy leseivist Sieve V ^ te r-was
wa
rs 1to m a te
pieie w ith brigh
audience.
Social Secu- ence
rightly colored
w a m sh isa
t
ce has filed o ul of thc d tyy districts, dien return to «ishcalled u p for octivc duty in Iia
Iraq theprocess easier, sm in
L ]n ^ s o l diarts and rea miso
sofc o m p lex tarity will go
go broke by 2042. If couni
u n d l chambers.
ington ready to start exchanir
tever diets call him later (oiuic
inderstond
lost Aiigust. his wife neve
Congress w aits ju st one m ore
He grabs Grasslcy’s arnu.
L. IdeasforaSodalSecurityblil
how toqualliyforhelp.
th o u ^ t slie would Cue h er own
OWl
con se n ato r reyear to fix: It.
It th e cost wHl b e on- 'D on'
lon't raise thc retirem ent age,"
?•
The Republican
House Republicans are skitsl
fight to save (he & m il/s hohi
lomc
V\too]pcrt said m osts t c o m ^ d ie s a half-dozen
DbillioTL
h e sa
m o0 p tio n s b d n g
o(her$600t
says. 'S om e people want to0 dsh, telling th e senators dicy
d
nies understand the low
froin foredosunt.
a w t^ tiy
considered, indui
iduolng raising
'D o y o ih
u l:a v e any questions?” work
)rk all Iheir life an d that’s One.i. should mnfcp th e ilrst mo
novc.
A 6S-year-otd fedcrai lav
law, lo follow it, b u t some, pa
m e o f u s w ant to retire wtiilee Thatmeanswhateverlegislat]
Some
age, raising (he
heasks.
th c retirement age
itio n
w hldi Congress c q u n d e di lu
last
smaDcr b a n b a n a c
c u t^ g b e i^ ts .
'W here>ddoyouw anttostan7” w eca
?can still enjoy Jl ”
Is wiifien will have to s ta n widj
vv
year, provides a n m ^ o f protec
Dtec- companies, arc not as
■eference, saying
replies Simi
Tunons. a 52-year-oId
Gni
Graglcy nods. Then he getss Grassley. He says he will cona
tlo n sW activated icscrvikslan
a nd
enea
hosayshe back
ck o n die road for die not:X vene his com m ittee l!diis
Ithe table. He fo*
insuranceexecutivcw
ea
ip by
Kevin Wietke, a spo:
for Guard m cm beis called up
b
n planning for retire- town
counts b u t says
has begun
vn m eeting Sirrunons rrukess summer to draft a bill
ihe Pentagon.
forWfells Rugo Home N!
in D es Moines, Iowa, s
Those protections indudee a 6i
d r - com paiw h o s^lo g tzcc!
percent cap^' under certainI dx
cumstonces, o n consum er am
and teronddism lsscdthefon
h ^ spedal
mortg&ge interest rate debtt in
in* a c d o tt I h e company ha:
m ire to consider running forr He was appointed to Oil thlec 'vavcased Kimnedy^ foadmli
)N (AP) - It
fiiDy showc
WASHINGTON
tion: procedures In place for
fo activc
cuired
bcforc
activatior
States Senate. Hec cancy left w hen his father. S
&e a
thJc United
I
employees would be th e battl
jattlc o f th e dyther. Sen.Edw
B ard M. Kennedy,
piotccdon from evlcdon o r forcforc
d u ty soldiers that its err
O PSeruite
said
[yvc
versus Chafee.
D-Mass.,InodsforG
In
Id h e has to. balance thatIt John Chafee, died in 1999.
}. He
V.
ruisdcs: Kennedy
d o su n s paym ent defciral1 fo
for
arc supposed to follow
3 - • h oping the liberal
again
oinst his desiro to continue to0 won die scat in 2000 with
)c m o a a tic Icon
candidates
ih 57
federal taxes; a n d a stay o n dv:
dvil
* ^ 1 this isolatedd i incident. T he son o f a Derr
)tk o n die H ouse Appropria-I- pcrcenloftiievotc.
wotk
fa revered Relightning ro
n d w ould e n e r ^
rorce h a s shown u s Is thatt tl
there are
against the so n o ft
proceedings, induding divoro
iv e s to vote against
dons
ns (Committee, vrfiere h e cann
3r a n d governor
conservaliv
He has balded die (30? leadI«
and bankruptcy.
ways (0 enhance our pro
processes,”
publican senator
Ing federal dollars b a d : to thec ershlp, openly dcdared hec d( id
bring
W^ictkesald
maQcst state.
h lta
Kdra W elter knew the lawrwas
wa
in (he nation’s smal
ilei%
Ih eW elter^casew asi
s,evcrygroup
state.
Ite.
Kermedy is conIfK o iniedynm
et
not vote for President Bush,I, and
a
supposed to protect a soldlei'
jsunusuoL
Rep. Patrick Ken
ir^
V\tooIpert sa id because
Ker
iCennedy
has been talking andd voted against die president
property &om creditors durin;
It on
that hates: thtle Kcrmedys will Uy
>e rmost big
sidcring a ru n aagainst Sen.
for lendm arefom H iarw lth
^ tin g vMth family m c n w rsi,. key war and b u d ^ t Issues.
active m illtaiy scrvice. Butt fo
5S. At
ice th e Senate race,
meeti
Iththelawt
lincoln Chafee fort
forth eo n ly co n to inOueno
^aigo
*X)ne of (he problems
months, she said. Wells Eaigi
• fricnc
ends, staff a n d supporters,!, die same time, he can attr
ttract
m s is w ith
gresslonal sea(
u h: e ld by a
saldWest.
n o t larmlendinginsdtutions,
Hom e M o rtg a g C a did no
indehile. D em ocrats are
a ndd m
r ay be readying a poll toD . som e D emocratic a n d ln<
in3,assoon
Braublicanlnheavl
cavflyDemocraM eanwhi
vr, nmo a s th e matter goes to cd
D(
seem to care about (he law,
iger to p u t thc power
g a^ i ^ h u suppon statevridc.
pendent voters wldi his stro
trong
m d T h e m ere
eguallycagi
oDectk)n.it
d c Rhode Island
b ecom esaburcauoatlci
matter how m any times shecex>
es
O ii
Chafee,
vmo turned 52 Satur-•- suppon for environmentallaan d
Icproblem
prospect o f such
ich a m atch u p
of the Kn ^n e d y fomlly o n th e
to reverse (he ticnd," V
pliilnpdhPT <•»****
y, Jb considered vulnerable. abortion rights issues.
Senate b Hot
^ c b l a friendly New_ day,
next year has sett to
toin g u ^ in m ola iu io fln d " ' yon.
- ------- *Wfe h a d workcd so hardri tito — salcL 'SometlmesltlshaK
E h ^ a h d sta
t a t t Democratic Senown our ow n home, and v•M
M e th c right person 10 say
am paign Corrunlttee
y '£
'^ l l t h i s
i t w o u l d b e aaggreat
r
race. I h e
atorlal Cat]
serv- because tne rule ap p U ^’
m y husband was over there serv
Charles
vcnly th a ic h c d “
C hairm1an SerL
SV
P R IN G C L E A
A N I N G H P # 22 "
tobe
Irt Wfcltcr^ case, she Oj
Ing our countiy it was rolng to
b
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verslty professor
Schum er oolf N ew York already
f r o m Ifio e x p e rrtta
a « l M a r ry M afcfa
1, o f to follow all the ru le s. :
taken awaw” said w ater. 31,
tio Patrick Kennedy,
ho
h
as
w
ritten
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I d ia n '
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noreUtan
and bom o f d o ih c s, mon
Ishcrmen
1,200 & m c r s a n d flshc
from th e village o f Lan
traded In dieir te n ts for mi
lo s e lu ^
style bonacks or, for those
id hhomes.
e n o u ^ , flood-dam aged
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cored the
'rom th e
gradual tra n sitio n fron
idonafter
emergency relief opctadoi
10 lthe re*
th e D cc 26 d isaster (o
' building phase.
)ut going.
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I've got rice fields th a t are
arc dam*
[gme that
aged and IVc got to Qgui
out,” said M u k h tar IZainal
dng down
Abidin, w ho w as breaking
lacktohis
his tent and h e a d in g back
hhic
i^w ay .
hom e along th c
0 d
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Ing here m okes m e sick. 1 don't
o n dona*
w ant to only d e p e n d on
tions."
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tmcdersca
I's bbiggest
earthquake, th e w orld's
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Ige itsunacross the
m i it sent charging aero
Indian O cean a t th e spec
peed o f a
re than
passenger Jet killed mloon
174.000 people a n d left
ft ai
another
106.000 missing.
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I
m people
w erc
left
hom eless
11 countries.
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Sri Lanka n e a r w h ere thc
waves sw ept a s m a n y as
train p asse n g e rs to th eir
dcatiis, B uddhist m o n iks
k s chant<
jm ony to
ed at an a l l- n l^ t cercmc
spirits o f
help thc w an d e rin g spii
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p
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maicc offerings o f th cJ la
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w tatoand
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d di
die dish
leek cuny. So I prepared
nrutillcke
and offoed it," M alaC uniu
said ofher 19-ycar-oId sx)n.
oa
planned
Spedal prayers w ere! pL
i , aa v' U l ^
for rcsldents o f Pcraliya,
a m a temd o se to die Janagangaram
Ited when
pic. v ^ c h was annihilated
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Chandra Carnage,
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graups would
village nearby lost:
3e allowed to stay in a n d too ley choose to stay.”
by March 26.
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%vcrejol ling M inister Sri Mulyani
d a s waves
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dc
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n m cn t's responsibility to
iild be forced to leave w ^ tc d
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Sundiy, March 27,:
Tline*Mm.TMnFUi,ldah
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Kuwaitit i
professcio r
considei
asylum
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■Aliberal
K U W A rrcrry(A P )-A
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of
UnlveraltY professor - tfred
tir
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legal ond veibal assaults
fundaincntflllsts w ho, ssoa y h e
a
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p
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is
mocks Islam - has d v e n I
c e c h in a
flgjit for freedom o f speed
com e Incoim tiy he soys has becon
m s and
fested w ith the 'n r m
TOnny.'
viruses o f hatred a n d tyrar
Ahm ed ol-Baghdami -- sentenced lost week to a suspe
ormockone-year prison term for
E
ing Islam - said h e hass wwritu ai
m a E a rhis last newspaper cohmui
ild seek
lier, h e said h e w ould
lu n tiy to
asylum In a Western coun
mliy a nd
protect his life, his &imQ}
aa
his freedom of expiessloa
ftrait liniOn Satuidoy, the Kuwait
science
versity
political
sc
jsodated
professor told Ih fi Asso<
R e ss h s also ivas consid
ch ias leless dxasdc opdons, such
tiie m e n t or spending7 a year
abroad, which w ould b^ ee aI s i e r
onhim andhlsfim iily.
"Writing an d IhdngI in
ix the
possible,
shadow or fear is Impos
all." d a n d dignity Is above all
his
B aghdadi wrote In his finol
colum n Saturday.
lavebroHe said legal banles hovi
his p e n Ich for
an d there was nothingg le
h im b ut to summder.
o nn came
Al-Baghdadi's d e c isio
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lls Court
a w eek after the Appeals
I
InpMnm
convicted him ofm oddng:
ispendcd
an d handed down a suspe
ice, overone-year prison sentence,
turning a n acquittal by/ a l: o ^
jn to
c o u rt It also ordered h im
t pay
Jl would
a 56.825 deposit, w hich
v
. ■■_b e forfeited if he.com units
m il th e .
th e next
sam e offense within thc
Oireeyears.
P o p te
r e s t s bb e f o r e
f^ th f u L
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id ln o l Joseph
G e rm a n Cardi
}se papal aide,
R atdnger. a close
ihree-hour long
celebrated th e thn
;t. PeteA
Basinm editation in St,
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n i ^ t a s th e faithfi)
celeb rate th e res
r,th
C hrist o n Easter,
t e m o stJo y o u s e v e n t o f th e church
calendar,
In a m essagi
Ratzinger a t th e
service, John. Paul
crow d h e w as w
Mass o n televlsior
c a n a p a rtm e n t -- I n a i ^ g l y
the w ay th e 84-yi
p o rtid p a te s in c h u
H e asked th e m to pray t o t
the w o rid sees a n
th a t th ro u g h Jesi
d e a th a n d re s uttni ^ o n . that
vvhlch w as destroy
th at vrtiich w as oli
an d th a t everytli
returns
m ore beautiful tth^ before to
i t s o r i { ^ in tegrir
TW 1 j . j
As cxpected, John
Jo
Paul did
n o t a p p e a r via vidi
faithm l a s h e dl(
n i ^ t , d u rin g th
h e Way o f iho
C r o b pro cessio
n a t Rom es
[on
torch-lit Colosseur
5“ “ .
reremony, John
E^UXlng th a t CCT
Paul w as se e n In his private
c h a p e l w atch intg
g tth e two-hour
p ro c essio n o n1 ai television
sc re e n u n d c m eeaaith th e altar,
T he im ages o f thi
t h e pope were
Dashed periodicall;
jiU yongtantTV
screens t o th c crov
Towds gathered
a t th e C olosseum
m for th e com-
^ = * o f
r
o rR
A-13
LD
UJV.
agenc
icy appeals 1for
|
more foodI for N. Konrea
IE a s t e r
Cardinalsstands | H | |
^M ass
ih forvigi
ROME (AP) -- A top \^ tican
cardinal sto o d inn f£b r ^ p e j o h n
th e Easter
Paul n d u rin g the
M ass o n Satum oy
io m a lengthy
ailing p o n tiff froi
allowing him to
c c n m o n y a n d aOc
rrS
rest u p for Easter
S u n d ^ ,w h e n
2d to bless the
h e w as expected
W
BEIJING - Tlie U.N. Wori
v^orid
'
Food Program is launching
el
new a p m ^ for food donaUor
for North Korea, on agency ofl
tb e bet ter
Whcnasked"wouIditb
d a l said Saturday, warning' ^tii;t
i n g l l ' if the waD between castland
ai west
I dwindling supplies arc forcing
stiil stoodT some 12 pKrcent
a
of
n ^ V |||||
tocuto ffa id to ch ild icn and(1 Qic
tii
(ly.
easterners aeiecd. accon
ording to
dderiy in d ie isobied countiy.
oUreiMnamid resultsfromUicForsapoIi
T hc w arning com cs ami
^ ^ ^ 0 3
o nn; , ed in thc Berliner Mon
o i^ p o s t
pressure o n North Korea to
iiqnotsay
n iits • ncwspapetThcpaperdiq
turn to sbc-nation' talks on
hcKv m any people werec fglad the
nudear program, th o u ^ V X ^
lants w a llw a s^ n a
•
ington a n d other p a m dpan
hose city
sions
Berlin residents, yvho
sw tiiw w ill n o t Ict die tensior
was divided In 1961 whe
hen c o m - '
affea their donations.
CTC- mimlst authorities in tiie
ti cast
The com m unist North's; cn
p people
built tiie wall to keep
atlon of private m arkets; has
hi
ViM.
done little to help ordinal
•est. were
inary from fleeing to thc wts
o n l e f b J ir e e t Stafford of th e U,!
U J., Zonon Qrocholewiky
t\;North Koreans feed thcmselvi
CmllnilHronil
elves less likely to wisli for its rctum . ,
;«fgIo 8 « b ts tltn l o f ttaly, an d Jult
m er West
be- Only 11 percent in form'
ullan Hsmuiz of Spain hotd
bbecausc priccs have risenI b<
lilies. Berlin and 8 pcrcent in form er
they a t t M d t n E n t e r W lc e lf lb
i
abrated
by Qermany't Cardk yjc n d the reach o f most familic
cm dlM W tbe)
ivallbadc
atlio- EastBeriinwantedtlieivi!
^said WFP’s Asia director, Antlii
ml JoMpb R
itt
fUrtztnfar
h 8 t P a te r'a B a tlllcaa at
i the Vatican, Saturday.
ny Banbury.
k1 an annual Easter greetm o f Ctirlst's p a th to
Uvercd
leader
I s r a e l o p p o s i t i o n le
i
1 som
Ion.
In g in
s e 60 languages to th c ^S o m e W e s t G e r m a n s
a g r e e s t o b a c k b ui d g e t
h t o f thc th o u san d s o f
day evening, a long delight
w
a
n
t
B
e
r
l
i
n
W
a
ll
b
a
c
k
sts and faithful gathered In V
Eoimiul had gathered
tourists
Is'
iaiUSALEM -Apovwerful
.1
! basilica for th e v i ^
S tP eIter’
te s Square.
BERLIN - Fifteen years afu
r reached
after
radi opposition leader
r
itding Alejandro h Thc
c Vatican said John Paul tlthe Berlin Wail fell. 24 percent
L*nt o( f agreement witii Prime! M
^ inister
n s o - vyear-old
ra
only to give a wwest G erm ans surveyed said
sem inarian
w as expectcd
ex
sal
0 su p p o n
A ilclS haronS atu^ytos
ing this year. It w as u n d e ar tlthey w anted it back, accordir
Archdioceses
blessinj
rding
tiie state budm t, rcmov
t o m th e W ucatan
lc ai
ovine the
utter an y worels o r k(0 a poIi published SatunJayy.
I, w h o n o ted chJs
if h e would
w
last m ajor legislative huroie
hu
to
Germany has po ured so m
eS
iilentiy bless tiic crowd as
ncS2
Sharon's plan to pull oui
t ^th e flrst tim e d ie
lust silc
lut o f d ie
d on
trtrillion into rebuilding thcI fo
forGaza Strip tills summer,
h e did
( Palrh Sunday.
r.
pope w as ntot
o t Ipresiding.
m
er
East
Germany,
after
tl
Ul
Paul
last
sp
o
w
to
th
e
n
r
the
The
support
from
tiie
t
John
e opposi'^ u tw e h lave
a v i seen that h e follow guic celeb
ill March 13, shonlybcforc ocoUapse o f its com m uni
^lebradons from his
fiiithful
unist
uon Shinui Party would
Id ensure
I
that w ith his h e art
he wIS
asrdcased ^ m th e hospi- nr e f ^ e led to nnmiEcation
)n in
SharonamajorityforhisI
is budget,
ro o m - a n di th
eci
}r thc second tim e in a I1990. But the east stiil lagsiccowhich he needs to pass
p
by,
tal for
and spirit an
an<d above all w ith
prayed h e is Ipresent w ith us."
im ed
Tliursday to avoid tiie‘ collapse
c
th. During th at brief ap- nnomlcally and is often blame
m onth.
for G erm any’s big budgi
A j y ^ s a l d1.
idget
ofliis govemment.
mce, John Paul thanked fc
peaian'
OTwds gathered beneath adcfldts an d lagging gro%vth.
re reports
-com piledftom w ire:
Brst tim e in his 26tiic crc
Por th e flrst
yM- oontiflcat
lospitol suite an d wished
Icatc, John Paul h a s
h is ho5
ilcally ab sent fro m
tiie mI aa good Sunday a n d good
& ‘^hy»Ir5L
ONS
Week events,
week,
I h U y S / s HHoly
o
v ,-e a ^ e d by
by Parkinson's disme veteran pope watchers
Som<
case a n d Feb.
Feb 24 surgery to
Mted tiie Vatican m ight be
suggest
A
W E R
ling tiie public for a new
eathing tube in h is
readyln
Insert a breatl
stage in the papacy,
- k nnin<I? h im
i to be o n th e
* ^tie
e Vatican hierarchy Is exsidelines," tiie
the Vatican new spanentlng
w ith
thc
perim
e
per L'Osscrv
biliw -n e v erd o n eb e fo re icrvatore R om ano
possibii
Z I O N S B A N K V*
*
wrote Sanirdai
tiievfag a U nd o f governing
rday.
ofachic
le Church) by gesture and
Theporitiff^
riff traditionally h a s
(of the
'1uvni IntMn im loi»l u'i*iun i nH:U»4c:ualin>mt>t>'D>rtiMi;tiK:wi<ii;ni
used th e East
le,’. Corriere d ella Sera’s
la ste r-S u n iiy m esim age,’
tu •> um n a u M • lux U>MB <u>uIU
rrUu
lrrT*i tfTiTf*ih i*
‘“trVir^rn't I.‘TT:
uiinniuuiiui laiisu.iilaliiuiuniililinisai
iSOtn-qaiiii:,
im e \^ tica n expert. Luigi
soge to reflect
lect o n war, poverty longtiir
Cl tiiiiinlRiinn iiitnictui illnr>rn,n;iMcii>i
, BMUianmBjriUairntfffl
ttoli.wroteSaturday.
and terrorism.
sm . He also h a s d eAccatto
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TAJPH.'M vanCAR-Inc
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th c largest dem onstratio
Ikhvans h i^ iy , about a nmillion
people m arched th rol uug^ thc
p ro te sta
ci^ntnl o n Saturday to pro
u th o rk a
new Chinese low tiiat authi
an attad ; on the island iffitmoves
it r
dencc.
towaid formal independen
aHisIand,
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L
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so w e must speaic o u t icaQ}
to m ake thc world h earr th
tha tw c
g aan e v H
are a dcm ooacy &u±ig
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ikerw h o
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1C southtraveled by bus from thc
s
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miles away.
onds osH u n d rM of thousand
rc a sin
scmbled at 10 differentlaan
tc reprelliipci. wilh each route
i
le s o tth e
marchers.
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t
vaid in front o f tiie Presidential
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ruled Ttuwan is drifting
dri
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n dd C h i n a ^ k ^
lature recently ppcassed a b w
codifyingthcuseofi
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.
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th a n 5 0 y c a r s ,I a^i^
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m l ^ defend tho) island
is]
if China
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i
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Sunday,
M arch 27,f,2005
P a g e A - l '*
E ditorial
1 .
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in a whirls
■Iwind of delB b a te
ir aa &st Rapitls, that's the fe
et ready for
JS ride em m ent).
and fimous
le L
• Coflection of
of w a te r a s througji the
1 ^.
re q u e ste d b y
in the sessm cn ts-A sreq
islature on
id N o rth s Id e
Kue o f the TVvin RiHs and
defining Issui
es .fo r s o m e
canal com panies,
w ater this week.
a te s a s p e c ia l
tywork
tim e.thisblllcieate
Thanks to som e crafty
V
ce
annual assessmc
ment
from the JoInt-FInance
l l n d ie E asttee on w ater users within
M n M u ife .
as the e m Snake lUver Pla
' Priciay, th e state has
irtunity Only the dom estic
m o n ^ and (he opportu
U c w e U u se ts
nsoluandm im idpalides
to g et the ball rolling on
s>
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tions
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T h e Tim cs-N
_________
T h[ l e b l ui s t e r o( f C o »i n g r e s$ s
: tim e I appeared
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.
ss to dlsT S IaCs eo bn fe^ issues,
I
m s of reporters
s i s s sevent that "BIs-
r
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”
f t s r . W K c.
-
/
/
//
\ ^
n e c t’ The Iron
m a itk w a sc o m
chancellor had
ladisakl: *I1iere are
should
tw o th ln g sa pperson
er
never w atch bbdd n g manufccigesond
(ured-salvages
legislation.'’
Mts shown last
g rim sp e c ta d e o fa
.
alconirnltteeatIJ h : r
>■
conduct a public
^
S S o n l nI into
i tiie steroid
dtiier
r
p ro b l™ ln bjasebalLN
a st
thecom m lttecr
ee nor baseball
M
ill c re a te a n distinguishedditself,
iu
a n d tiie
o u r vv iie w : Idaho
' ^ ju ife r m o d e l orily likely winm
inner In tiie sordid
,
cen tiie public,
y
la t
h e lp s dnuna has been
a
o
rs
appear
to
le g is a c
got som e solid in p
l easur e,
Viihlch finallyf*goi
tl
w
hat
has
been
la
n
a
g
e
a
n
d
fom
iationonw
l
haven't been haV6 cl
(
a good
package of mmi
d m l n l s t e r g"ta 8 "n ln sididc
cl basebalL
that could help solve
igsaredcOLThere
rS
Toble/n in base*
now. And for tfiepefll
ending water crisis, ing
igtcss has noticed.
■
those involved
J players union
in th e stand- W n a itld o y o u t t i i t A ?
Z e
ers were forced to
i
.
. an d tiieow ncrs'
I from
froi parents o f a h l ^ school
)I
bellstening.
T h e trio o f reopen tiicir collective
coll
bargainp *'
le n
Yet it is very unlikely an
anylegplayer who killed him self w hen
velcome viewpoints
WeweK
in c e n t
Ils g ot a Jolt ing agreem ent
mliln m idterm a n d
^ ^
Islation win come out o f all
a tills,
he w ent off steroids. A nd for
defining role.
frOITlOU
idm g-tesdngproI --------------------------------- 1 timt
our readers on this inIth
th e a rm Fri- rcnegodateadn
ss
Sellg Is overmatched in tiie
tiifl m atter, Vi4iydid Congress
S t a r t i n g __ j
al
public arena. He Is a mast
ly
w h e n gra m .ac ariy /so
so m e part of tiie
ri^ td lre
'
ister o f
have
Irection.
hai to drag before us several
3ther issues.
, AC s e t a s id e im pcm s for tiiat
era’polthat remarkable
liic n ti
of
tiie Inside game of owner
Monday, the
players
m entioned as u se rs of
1 tiie story tu m e d ugly.
pla
jy tiie u n lo n w a s
O ntiieev
Itics a n d is often
10
cveoftiieT hursday
stei
steroids
by Jose Canseco, w ho
Idaho House
!
* 2! 8
8 )n illlI o n s o conccsslonbytt
n Sen. Joim Mch e ^ g s , we learned tiiat tiie
underestim ated. He hassconc
IsIsb
becom ing tiie Whittaker
wili debate the three p le
a
iecesof
they can go into i
3
siderable skills and loves
sldent Bush. But
new agro
Chambers
o f this topic?
Tcement h a d n o t been
Ch
year.n%C’s approp
legislation laying a frame&ai
rc . tjasebalL buthecom esof
Off
isuppotteiTortsto
ilndlyagi
ig r e e d ta lt h a d n o t
I s u rp risin g , m ere w ere
Not
w ork for long-term w
w:ater d u d es a $24.4 millii
badly in tiicse kinds of h[leare
3f steroids.
bee n sign
few
g n e d ,a n d p a rts o fit
fe^^w inners In the hearing.
solutions. If passed, they!
eyllgo buy th e Bell Rap
I n ^ D espite a stiunble oi
ortwo,
n ic n c w d m
g
[rug-testing
prow ere sign
^ c a n tiy d iiT c r e n t
Bui
Bunnlng
le d off wltii a b u n t
to th e Senate for additi<
iitional r i ^ t s . Most o f that
w tis o c p e c tg ram w asannoi
:ed
Fern Is a remarkable legal
^ ta lnounced wftii a
fromwha
tiiat
n a t w as described by
tiu was antidpated. H e cailcd
debate a n d could to to the ed to be paid off: w
wiith fed e ral
flourish by Majo
cnt. b u t h e is totally comr
nm itted
laJorLeagueBaseF ehrand
id Sellg w h e n It was
tiienew agreement a ‘b a b y
tiie
governor’s desk by the end
en' of leases for Idaho w
wa
to his players and sees his
ttisobliater.
' ballComrnJssioi
3loner Bud Sellg
ori^nally
Uy announced. McCain
stq an d proposed m u c h
step*
week.
JFACalsodedicai
gation as protecting tiiem
!m and
c a te d a n a d and union c tecuthre
xca
director
flredoffa
la n a n g iy le n e rto tiie ,
me severe sanctions for
moro
n
ot
tiie
game,
T hose steps aU lead to the ditional one-timeeaem o i u i t o f
DonaldFchr.Alt
lA ltiio u ^ th e n e w
p arties,»
steroid
u
s
a
The
com
m
ittee
, saying h e w as a t least
ste:
He once told m e tiiat tiujfutil
misled..T
T h e c n a in n e n o ftiie
der onstrated the d iffic u lt of
dem
big showdown once th
m ce tiie b u y policy was a solid
soil; step forward,
hee ;ses- $3 million to flnanc
ect
ture o fth e game was m y
y ^
com m iltt
dealing
w ith a complex su cject
iitee voiced dismay, and
dej
m ]p e r s 'a c r e s
Itira s a ilid z«cddbl y so m e ,in sion ends. W ater pum
j
impers
outofgroim dpum
U-- - concem aim n ot his. Hesaan d
. .
Jim Bunnlng, a ......... baseballUi representatives enwitii
.wit only in e minutes allocat-and surface water users
n u s t for die expanded (
sm
:
pitcher,
for
n
ot
intered
tiie
S
d
k
have
gone
tiir
o
u
^
ititis
t!
le
hearing
d
c
a
riy
on
tiie
ed
ed
to
each
m
em
ber
for
sdll h ash t h r o u g theirr dil
differ- tion Reserve ProgRdentiyharsh
d e f e n stve.
^
irto
questions.
drill before They appear
t b equi
cnccs and use these bill
bills as acres can b e dne<
Its
lieve Congress Is a paper I
1
TTiehetiearingitselfw aspure
There
w^ere repeated threats
1 'iF'
pcnnltfcsm Jforexduding
dtoi
an incentive for a w
w;ater dial m oney will aals
ls o b e p ^ d
formsofdm
o f d g s,su ch as
n ot to b e taken seriously.:
th e a te ■
rtotoremove
baseball's antitrustit
- b ut n o t good th e a te t
i
ag reem ent If they rejea
e a the b ackovera 15-year
^ p e rio d b y
omphetamines.
think they are very likely
im bers'questions were
innmunity - somethirw C o n ­
les. But tiie new
T h e mem
im
fram ew ork created by the g ro undpum per w
wa te r d is policy had tiie
si
le support o f
s d d o mI ad is p or focused. The
gress
correct
gre has foiled to do lo r 70
L e^siature, they'll beJ g;
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only imp<
gamtricts.
iportant w im esses were
yea On tiie oiher han d , th ec
McCain (who0 had
ha tiueatened
years.
Fay Vincent is a form er
nid Pehr, a n d there was
coi m lnee m ade very d e a r
d id n ot
S d ig and
bling with their water• fu
legislation ifbaseball
bas
com
future
W hat b e ^ s to
tc e m e rg e
commissioner o f Major League
Le
Umiiedti
1time for th em . O ne
tha It s m s n ^ supports a
that
in th e courts.
begin toughtesting
test p ro ^am s),
fiom tiiese Dills; is a p a tc h ,
Baseball;
he lives in VeroE
yBeach.
rs
w
hat
p
u
rp
o
se
was
mu
ustiiought
wonders
m
uch
lo
u
d
e
r
sterokl
policy,
Theyshouldn’tletitgget
e t that work that helps res<
n esolvew ater
^
;hcadinglntiie
servedbj
’ Fla.
and
b y in dudingtestim ony
an< Fchr a t least professed to0
le s ta te d iis
bascballw ashK
far. L e ^ la to r s havet gi
given
issues facing die
b o th sides plenty to> vwork sum m er, while ccr e a tin g a
with in these bills, Viiiich
aass s e s s m e n t _____________ ^
ich ad- w ater-user
d re ss
short-t(
rt-term m odel d ia t impi
ip ro v e s th e
em ergencies an d long-t'
i r e o f d ie
ig-tenn long-term ftinire
d em a n d s for Idaho wi
plyrotate& om oneareati
water,
aqi^er.
mient tiiat should have
nolonger a representation oiff
no
Ito tiie
govenm
T he proposals (listed
unerican dem anding ac- tiie
tiiepeople, b ut of big business
!S3
next in Idaho to preventttiie
ti
:ed as
B estofall,thebu
u .s .io b s
S t S Sb ility lro m a u rd e c tc d
Ite
Judging pool from getting
ani sp edai Interests. T his vote
lg stale,
by
H ouse B ilk372,373and:
and
rtd374) solutions will be (
o f which has happened In TWIn
TV
was
jntatives. O u r esuiemed
wa not about tite w ell-being of
represeni
is e lv e s - a n d
D ow eremlem
em bertiiescom
basically break dow n in
n tl
tiiree w ater users tiiemsc
m ent took it u r o n Itself
Ibt Schiavo; it was strictly for
or
Falls, w tilc h la m v e ry soDiryto
n
Tbrry
govemrni
h e g ro u n d an d ridicule heaped
hca] upon Ross
areas:
prim arily l y the
ilc^slationw tucheffecpoi
political
gain, and our rep re­
say.
to p a ssle
a v e ju n io r
PorotafrayKeaUisa
! gow iuaihe
ilstrlct pum pers w ho hha
* G roundw ater dlsi
le s tr o y s o u rri^ tto
ser
MATIHEWKEENAN
^ ts u c id n g
tivclydes
sentatives
o u ^ t to be ashamned
ed
le state’s in prcdijed-agiim
m em bership - The flrst
irst bill
w aler r i ^ t s . The
al
d
e
^
I
o
n
s
regordins
ofl
B oise
go u rjo b sto o tiier
personal
oftiiemselvcsforlL
ip In
will m ake membership
I a vestm ent involves
n lh re sa n d d e a tiis.O t
i
(Editor's n o a r Matthew
w
a tiie N onh Ameriourow nl
HEATHER
PIUai«nON
w ater district mandatory
ory for m oney for this 1
\
Keenan IsasenloratC api
WdideO
pital
ie A g re ^ e n t? N o w c o u ^ .,eeveryone know s I am
canPrecThideA
ig to the T bny Schiavo
all groundw ater users, exi
except year, but those fun
iim d s w iU b e
the Central Amc
imcrlcaPreeTVade
referring
High School in Boise, w ha
Tereheis
owcver,
tiie
im
plications
p
n
n^stock paid back into dthie g e n e ra l Agrccmentlsbcl
for dom estic a n d livesi
a
m
em
berofthedebateta
}being considered.
c ^ : hov
team.)
dedslo
n
cx
ten
d
fa
rb
e
eani?
o f tills de
w ater r i ^ t s holders. By
^ relund over time,
Do we ever lean:
ttis wom an's feeding
T.r
\ itii tiie s e ____ Rcmcmbcr hc
e w
_
quiring all pum pers to pay ■ "nie only issue
lu e
;______
hcrgovcm m enthasties] debate tournam ents ■
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The
. ' f ^ , th e costs o f mitlga
iigation p r o p o i is hhio w th e y ^oballzatlonwa
IInto an a re a it has
h d d at tiie TWin Bills High
plans are shared equally.
ily.
emerged in the w
waa n in g d a y s UnCilr and uneq
(cly no business being
^
This week (March 28 to April
School o n th e weekends o f
sslon. V teterm m ts mostly di
n g au- of a dugglsh sessl(
• Expanded b o n d lr^
inlyourpersoruillives,
I) is National Sleep Aware
March lM 2 a n d lfi-1 9 w ere
ireness
onding talk parddpantsi ddia w d le d f o r [oourw odjcrB i
caosolutearroganceof
thority - Expanded hom
ones of joy and frustration.
Week.
Water too long, and the I
>rehensiblc.
{
authority for the Idaho3 W
vas
T hereisasigniH canthe
Being
a debater myself, 1 was
hedtii
iqwyerty botii pois
tiie
govem
m
ent
tiiat
^
ikes it had no choice but
R esource Board make
an d safety problem tiiatt al
^ d our elected
able'to experience the to u rn aa-­
affects
topassaconstim tional
ater for
Jobdone.
possible to acquire watei
id
allofus:sIcepdeprtvation
ments flistiiand The w eekend
on.
A=i1hemlddle
Im entbarringgay
H aste is hardlj
m idgation, rechargee and
According to tiie Nation
o fM a rc h lla n d 12 was th e
onal
%
“
S b t a S
Istating w e n e w to procm
h e n it's ingredient for souj
o u n d le g is la O urporousb(
Sleep F oundatioa tiiere a:
conflict resolution~Vi4ic]
.b o ^ a ^ lv ir .
S ute Debate Tbumoment
usanctltyofm aniagc,
^
pears to b e a n epidemic; 05 r
;ive cre d it to
tuoUynon-enfor
where 40 to 50 p o ^ te a m s eenn­
sp ^tion. But w ell giw
available. This bUl Is spe
In o qualm s about tram_
tered In for tiie titie of State
daytiihe sleepiness In this
tis
u d f fitle a d Inmiigiatlonlavt
le state
lawmakers and bbu
caUy necessary for the
s
likeSchiavo's marital
n .,
dccountiy. NSF polls show.rtiut
ti
.
Debate
Champions.The w eek­
thee Ideas th is Illegal aliens to e
to b u y Bell Rapids w ater crs for pushing th
) allow his severely brain
,
end
o
f
March
18
and
19
w
as
tiie
m
orctnanonc-ihirdofAAmerir
nomic
and
soda
erman.
fiir.
rights
near
Hagem
;ed wife to d ie peacefully,
cans
say
they
arc
so
sleepj
National Fbrcnslcs Leogue
i b li c 's tu m to
of our middle cli
Id tback
Now it’s die publ
B onds would be repaid
is tiie govem m ent that
.r^
.
1
nduring (he day it interfere:
Tbumoment
for various forenres wilh. ’
fth e s e id e a s
p l^ ty o fb la m e
iding for law enforce^
5et, by listen an d leam Iift
into th e state budget,
S X S to o f
slcs activities, also poUqr
tiid r diytim c activities aBtleasta
t:
w c a u s e o f b u to t
om die can help e n d tiie:wwa te rs h o w those w ho beneflt from
few days a m o n tit Somoo70
<
ip a n lc sa n d o u r
debate.
lints, so se x offenders
%
o f Bell
down.
w a te r (in the case of
minion people in tiie Unit
present and past
toim iam ents b ein g htd
dd
[dted
pastudinlnlsttac a n t bop
e property m onitored (In
, Botii
!
____________
tions. Add toithom
tiie bcunM :
States h ^ a sleep proble
in TVvin Falls was very rtice to>
Horida,t,noless),allow
r
ingpcan d about 40 million o f them
th
taxing, unreasor
have,
isonsblcBOvcmd „ p h ili
cs to disappear in tiie
*“ b ut I exp ress an o u t m ^
at the Jud^ng in both (oum a1tiove a chronic sleep disor
lordet
™sicmoi
*"■ 70
m e n tre g u Mlloiu.
o a coiporate
I only tb resurface when
According to NSR the effei
,w w W
greed, unreason
so^nnblelabordeg l ' K II innocent children, yet
mF®
ents as poor sd e c tb n arid o f
lectso f
m ands ondaC o
slceplossonwo±j>eiforT
)tmance
rfifspeii,
sn d h o w iriu c h o fo u rta x bad, quality. I can only soy forr
A ....E ditor
presldentw hod
ler
m ay be costing U.S.empL
CMaStebibwh.
ployera
BndKurd....PubQih6r
forspedalleglslationon policy debate, not for tiie otiier
serious ladc oDfDimncMimd
f 111
som eS IS blllionlnlostpr
producS S e :e”tiiat should never havo activities Invohnsd in state d e>­
TbatDenbflnoftbeedit
editsrisl board sod wrilert of editorii
torialiaro
budgetaryicstia
I
tlvity.
So
it
shouW
be
no
bate
o
r
Nationol
Forensics
stn!lnt.A ddtollll3
leirs to d e d d e . Millions
suiprise tiiat tiiese pollsI a]
eielnkccptagivlth
S S e n sa re su fla in g b e InU uut
am lndsetm ore
Luimc.
also
tsiobsch, Stm Cntmp, Bauiofe Bitrt
Brad Hard. CbritStaiol
^
show tliat m ore thim onewhat seems to b
le-half
Tne JudWng was very finshey cnnnot afford health
cause Ihc
IU J, u s s tad David (!oopet
Rudou
o f adult drivcis - 1 0 0 mini
------------------mentality, whldi
bating a n a llbglcaL Som e
mion
Uch Ignores die
hisurano
ace o r prescription
k
1
p
e
o
p
le
-sa
id
tiiey
have
dl
'
fundamentalicomtllutloiuil
COI
j
u
d
^
were
not
even
quoUQed
driven
drugs, bu
but tiiat^ n o t im portant
p rindpli^ofnat
or did no t know wiiot t ^ d e ­
while feeling drowsy in tiie
th p ast ■
nmloimliiovcndgn- c n o u shtl tto w a rrant im m ediate
yeot
II
ty an d those tilings
till! w hkiiare o f conoSnbate was about at hand. T h e
n - n o t w h e n w e have
As a rcgistQcd polysom
'■
vital Interest toourcountry.
too
imnolgnorance,and
bad Ju d ^ n g
m uchmmt otopicssingaubiccts
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il^
Tbnlght” tiiedlsdo- ficcdoms
Btivosln In Washington: '
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nu to d lc ta te.
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t o n i ^ t for a better tomori
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ing new espresso shop,
lop. "An
av^onchc nam ed Tiunaiac
Tamarack, llie SL5 blllio:
Ilion ski.
golf and real estate devi
!n m
jn c n t being built seip-cn
i iles
aw ay e n d ed D onnelly’s laidback lifestyle like a1 bugle
b
blowing reveille. I^roperty
ues a nd rent have skjrock
longtime residents arc leaving,
lea
crowd U
an d the beer and jerky crCT
giving way to the wine
quiche set.
ct "literThe real esiaie market
r n ic h f"
ally
ciiunged
overnli
Donnelly real estate >>">'‘c
br
r
GirolAm burgysaid.
„
"Houses used to be on
in f ^ i r
m arket here from one ttoo f o it f
years." slic saitL "Now thc
he g{ o ^
o n e s sell before tliey ever
.•ven Wt
the listings. W ith T am
ar
n arack
s
first sale. It becam e a fccdm
fee
g
frenzy."
In addition to an esnr
a n resso
shop, ijie n ew DonnellyI 'h
haa s a n
art gallery a n d a store that
Ixal sells
sushi — businesses diat
at o( n c e
w ould have been consid
isidered
undiinkable here. Oilierr recen
re
t
additions include a motel,
li n cl. lau
drom at, a f t shop, real1 e:
e sta te
oQicc and m ortgage comp
impany.
A 17.000-square-foot ggro
rocery
arc . a r e .
_____ s to r c .a n d g eneral, store
c d 2 5 p e rB d succcssM y ran forr ddie help there has intreasetl
Valley C ounty Cornmisslon
n ia
last
c cn tin th e lo sty ca c
.Vi
wom en,”
"Most o f t h m a re w
year, in p a n b crausc h e: w as'
irockh
e
said.'T
heycan'tm
ak
a k eltw id t
conccm cn about th c lb m a ia c
especially
xnvth thcsehousingpricc3.es
trim c rcd explosion in growi
tr
aby sitters
a n a property values. It becan
cam c if diey have to hire bob
3atch-22.'
Vi4iilcdieywork.lt'saCa
personal, h e said. v\iicn th etmim
mi
n^ofA m b u i^ worries abo
M utD ons
w ho c u t his firewood cbuldn^
h e r resort
'.was nelly becoming anodic
fo
ford h is Increased rentr'.wi
evicted
an d left th c a r ^ '
class peo. ^town whcns worklng-ck
Ll
c
\
."It took out som eone vrfio
vit • pic can’t afford to live,
per*
"Id o n 'tw an tto se eppeoplelive
w anted, to live hcrD<and pc
d toworic
Ing in H o n ^ o c Bend
form ed w hat for m e.and a lot oi f
01
2,* F
he
in Donnelly."
o th c b w as a cridcal servicc,”
rm a
At Vi^kuites, Wclch
h h a s inL
said,' “We're trying to form
so
pco- _ a c a se d d ie hourly wagi
housing
authority Bcduisc pci
ige to $11 '
he
■ to help h er employeess 1k e ep up
pic
pi arc b d n g priccd o u t
w ith tn e h i^ c rc o s ts oifUving—
fl
*?vly b a d ^ u n d is in mlanuam
an d to com pete with lb
facturcd
housing. I p uItt In
I
Ihm arack
fa
irack cur*
Icvue for employees. Umiara
houses in Hailey and BcUcvt
wihen they were \\4icre w e aair c rcntly luis 321 resort em
imployees
w
m y a s 900
iat It an d is expecting os m an
now.
T h e scary part is that
nc
took
10 years to ^ t to d ie poll
point construction workers th
this'sum to
w
wiherc people couldn't affoid
id to
t
m cc
we’re
"I used to have to lay
live there anymore. Here, we"!
Uv
there aln a d y .'
off every year," W clc
m tes ‘Now I can’t find anyt
U p th e sttec t at Vigilante
iyt>ody to
Restaurant and Lounge, W/ddcc h work. They have rcstati
R{
lu ia n ts at
R «>M W .Icl,,o»n.r
ier of the VIgllantet Restaurant In IDonnelly, believes the smallI town
tc
wlll ba bigger than
vviorries about h e r employee
jyecs Thmarack. an d their cm
w
mployecs
« bbetausfl of the Tamarack Resort.
art. Welch, who hopes to retire,
I
McCallln 10 year*
), bought
the restaurant In
bK
get.ski packages a n dI tbenefits.
being able to make iL
It'stoughtocom petcwviththaL
it
l
"BeforeHunarack, it w as $500
SSC
1993 for $ 185,000
1
10 and
currently has the business
IS ui
up for sale for $79S,000.
o o m have to pay m orc to get
;cl people
■ aa m o n th for a tw o-bcdrooi
p lan n ed as p art oaff Ja retail com Some predic
^ c t that Ihm arack TcxacoD ;staiion w as where wc ap
apaztmeni," she said. “Now
it s down here fo work lot
for me. I
IVit’
will , b e th e) n ext Sun Valley, practical
Billy grew u p as kids. It $iS1.000. Even a cjum m y old tral
p l ^ A b a n k l s rm
^ torcd.
trail- have a good crew, b u t lt'5
it's thin. If
g diffcrcncc
in transforming
oi
g once-slcepy
D on- had an
"IVc seen a big
c
n o il- c h a n ^ g bay and crer has gone from S400 to $700.
^00.1
I lose any employees,
s. 1 don't
ju st ih c lost six mlonths,’
oi
Wclch nelly (2000 ccn
ccnsus poptllation, mcchani
mlcs. There w as an o ld -. us
tim e k n o w w h a tlllc fa rm sc
scared."
:
used ro have a lot o f part-tlm
ia ld .-W h e n I S M! P
people in thc 138) into thle
e nnext Ketchum o r faslilone
ned p op m.'ichine \\iierc on
em ployees. N cw ' they’re■ all
a
!e. W d d i.
. Vigilantes is for sale,
restaurant now ani
a n d ask them Hailey. Feelings
ngs ab o u t thc boom the p oipp ;slid througli slats. They wc
nake w ho nopcs to rcdrc, bou
working full dm e just to mak
ought the
cy say, 'O h, we arc mbced.
What they do, they
:andy there. It was our cn
sold car
ends meet.*'
$185,000,
business in 1993 for Sl
just m o v ^ here."'
“We're rapid
pidly reaching tlic hangout
uL Now it will just be va- ■ Hershcl Coulter o f d ie Cal
Cal- purchased som e equi
lulpm ent
^ loj w gich w•ras
as offered six point \vhcre yoi
Iyou’re n o t going to cantnroi
vary Chrisdan Food Bank say
roperty for sale. It^ whatls va
ihen. Her
says and enlarged die kitcihi
years ago for S22,C
a,000 recently be able to find
in d a bare, nondc- hapneni
die n u m b e r of people getdn
ning all over DotmeUy."’ dti
795,000.
tdng cim cn t asking price: S79
gold for S80.000. D
c
DcedeeG
ossi, script plecc o fg
f g ro u n d fo ru n d e r _______
Valley County’s chic
hiefdeputyas- SIOO.OOO," Ami
\m b u rg y said. "It's
sessor, says propt
pperty values good for busii
usiness. But I live ’
ovcraU have double
bled to tripled here, too, a nidd local
1
people arc —
in the last year.
being forcedlout-"
ou
Signs advertising
ing everything
Longtim e! tbusinesses are .
from new subdivisic
islons to heavy s tru ttin g to) co
com pete for availeq uipm ent for hire
ire seem to b e able w o r Wrs. :Rising property
e v e r ^ h c r e . 'Dun.
un arack has values an d the
1
he influx
of workers
b rought good-payir
lying jobs and .loliunarackhai
;h a v e b ro u g h tliI^ steady employmeni
e n t to a town e r ren ts and
nd a shortage of
h ith d ra l^ th e c lo)sureofaB
su
oisc affordable hous
ousing.
Cascade Corp., sawi
In nearSome longtin
gtim c residents arc , '
by Cascade in200L - .................leaving becausi
ause they can't af; j
mts In a town w herc
•
•
ford rising rents
K'.
^ ^ ^ a s lo w ^
.
resort p n ^5 ap
af p ea r to bc thc
IL
M
G T r e a t SS e r v i o * e
"andardEquipmm
Stai
ent a t Idaho Centn
rai
I
v ''
w itl
V .f-,
future and. increas-wave of the futu
inriy, die prcsc
Tscni. Others have
:ash in o n suddenly
sold o ut to cash
iperty, a n d still odtvaluable proper
ers have left[ or are thinking of
leaving becausc
luse they don't like
yie new Dormcl
■ m cllyasw ellasthe
n aactually see the
old. You can
tow ndianging.
c^y for Donnelly,’
wrat(±ed workers | | H P I
"it’s a sad icua'
C service station
Eld said as h1ew
dem olish thfor
c ;decades at tlie
ic
that stood for town. "Tliat old
ccnter o f llie H
ir W
West Mountain and Tamarack i
A laysr of hazo bangs over
oon In late February.
Donnelly during an afternoon
:k resort near
i
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T h c T im c s -N c w s
Perfection ai
44 degrees
Fahrenheit
s‘ Iim i
Everybody sh o u ld have
ha'
som ething that he's really good
got
nt. a n d I’ve fou n d m y niche:
I've achieved th e Ideal b a d
elorrclrigenitot
At its finest, th c bachcli
ticlor
fridge is a m agical in ix tu ic <
of
pragm atism a n d nej^ect, o)fe
f ein terprise an d sloth. W h e n a m ta n
, opens its door, h e sh o u ld smil
m ile.
W hen a wom an d o c s th c sam
sh e should shriek.
W hich is p re d se ly w h a t n
flanccc did the o th e r day,
'C all hazmati" s h e d em ani
ed.
N onscnsa I'm d a b b lin g wii
perfection here.
And bccause g en iu s sh o u
b e shared, here arc m y fridge
current contents:
• 'Three 36-ouncc b o td e s (
H einz ketchup, w ith o n ly aboi
bout
a q u a n c r inch o f k c tch u p left I
th c bottom o f cach on e.
• Hemnants o f a p in t o f so
soiu r
cream , gtow ing s o m e th
Wirng
tliat's turning th e m o st rcmlarkarl
able shade of green.
i a t e
r M egan Hinds
RsbertOwijm
S ftr to x x
............. B2
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School lu n c h e s ............ 84
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■3234
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2005
S
l
Sunday,
M arch 27, 2(
e {s c a p
■
-----^ re
JEROME
- Local authorities wer
JB
n a te
arching Saturday for a n inmati
scorc
tiyat
tio cscaped from police custody
a
. B enedicts M edical C e n teJr In
ii
rom
e
o
n
Friday
nl{^L
fcron
5
on,
R o b ert D wayne Stephenson
1, oflW in Falls, was being heldIFriFri
'IS.ol
unty
dlya y a l th e Jerom e Count;
ition
irrectlonal E idlity o n a probadoi
olation, w hen h e c o m p la Ined
in o
J f - '”.‘ severe abdom inal pains,
ins,’
e ; s p
according
to
a
statem en t
released Saturday byy Sheriff Jim
Weaver.
:n adm itted to
Stephenson w as then
imicnt Friday
St. Benedicts for trcam
<1 from police
afternoon a n d escaped
lal at alw ut 9
custody at th e hospital
p.m.
h o f th e area
• ‘An extensive search
1C statem en t
proved fm itlcss," tiie
said.
Stephenson w as still!l at
a large as o f
and tiic inveslatcSaturdaycvcningan
» id Sgt. Rick
tigation is ongoing, sai
S c c t i o nh B
o
l ii c
e
c
u
Ustick o f tiie
he Ierome County Shcriffs Dcpartm
tm ent. The depanm ent
has distribute
uted fliers with Stephenson'spictiuc
a
-canddcscrlptlontolocal
retailers anid
d convenience
c
stores, he.
said,
Stephcnsor
son is described as a
white male,^ 6 feet, 1 inch tall, wlili
brown hair an
andbluceycs.
Stephenson
» n could
arm ed and
is considered
rcd d.-uigcrous. He oiiginally h a d been
b
arrested on a
w arrant for
>r 1felony possession of
w eapons, Ustl
Jstlcksaid.
r Buhl1celebn'ates th<
ren’ ^
I
f ‘Day' of the Childr
istod )
Ainyone w h o sees Stephen:
itison
A
shot
hould c o n u c t local autiiorities.
“E 9-1-1 an d don't m essI witii
"Dial
v
him
llm." Ustick said.
In addition, anyoncw itiiinfon
Drmalould
io n regarding Uic case sho
tion
com
lontact C pt. Gerald Brant of
)f tiie
Jero
erom e C ounty Sheriff's Dcpi
:partm
er
ncnt's investigation section
in at
324124-8845.
Tf
Hinds
Tfmcs-Wciw
wriicr Megan HI
can be readied at 735-3238
an
38 or
meg
[email protected]
Q W H g IWo-year-eid Kelseyy
■ |k ^
BIckle of Buhl, left,
er
| H H | waits whh her sister
on
V'.' •• a f e y IT'?, tf • • t
ses awarenesss of support s)systems q | |
Event raisi
before the s tart ol
P jff®
Buhl'. El Ola il« lo.s
rday,
Q U M L ^ NInoi parade Saturdi
El Dia de los Ninos1
m y i m m eans‘the Day of the
th
Children.’
By Megan Hind#
Tlmo»New»WTttef
------
BUHL - Tliank goo
p o d n ess h
didn't sno^v.
That was th e sc;
shared by m any a tt B
Buhl's H
ASK M EE
Dia dc los Ninos plarade
an
Easier egg h u n t. Ab<
\b o u t 100
children, parents a n d pets
pi gathI
ered In dow ntow nI Buhl
I
to
make thc trek to city
ty p ark on
------ * decorated bikes, tn
k
:rlkes
and
rhicli
"^R
ois.
• Nine cans o f beer, wrfiic
They were rexvardcd
a
arc all that's left o f fo u r sb
crisp, sunny day - n o t to m enpacks, cach a different brani
th e plastic
Qu'rc
prizes in thc
You never luio\v w h e n you'i
- Kohig to run o u t o f m ilk an d
n av e to p o u r b e e r o n y o i
T h e annual event is a good
comflakcs.
'v ay to b rin g th cco m im
m iunity to• Thc rem ains o f th re e om
Rcther,saldBuhlM ayor
ivrBoTDara
qu a rt plastic jugs o f milk, i
Glcizen. El Dia de Lo:
Los Ninos.
various stages o f curdlc.
which m eans "The D
a o f thc
Day
• O ne h a rd -b o ile d egg.
cgj
aiildren.” is a Latin1 American
Ai
cracked andoovJng.
uadition to cclebratc
(
[c children
• A two-gallon ja r o f capei
ipcrs and to raise awarenes:
less
the
th a t I bouglu at C ostco in 199!
[995. im portance o f strong
lg support
^ t e m s for growing' Id
Wd s, and
• Tlic handset to m y teletek
;tcrs,
event is Indushre
c oc f Buhl's
p h o n e. I hate telem arketer:
growing Hispanic com
omm unity,
a n d you can't ans;ver th e p hlo
on c
.C ictzcnsald. . . . .
If you can't Ond it.
r
s
o
f
"W
tfrcproIjahIyl3ta
lto T 4jpcr• S tt Idendcal p lastic jars* c
^ jy
ccnt Hispanic in BUhlni
1 now ., she
French’s
m u s.jard ,, b arcl
opened. It's n ever a g o o d Ide
idea
,,
jjuy
Angelica
Garza
o f Buhl
to ru n o ut of m u stard , so I bu
b
r
o
u
^
t
h
e
r
th
re
e
ci
children.
so m e every tim e I go to th c grc
Raquel Brisa and Ernsn
asmoAriz*
eery store.
mendl, to thc p aradlee ai n d egg
• O ne bait buckct. e m p ty o
'
hunt 'b e c a u s e o f ti;
c c p t for fo u r
h a lf-uJ se
sc d .veather.T he
’ich U t o
packages of fra g ra n t ch ccs
lin Street,
® « e m arched dow n M ain
(Limburgcr,
C am cm bcr
an d
L g
^ " > B e t t Q t h e ccancfy
^
huvarti and the king 6 f flshin
checscs, Velvccta). A n d yes, }
“In Modco, they d o) this
th every
cleaned die w orm s o u l before
O rel
yearlnA pril."G aiza 6»aic
ld .
* p u t it in tho refrigerator.
At thc paik, a b o u t 500
5
Idds
Ithlnk,
, ,
stared at th e 2,500 brl
ri^0 tiy c o l. • A half-used p lastic bo ttle
le oc f
club soda. No, 1 d o n 't rem icmcm
n B | | [ | ^ n ^ 9 |H
b er why.
• Four barely o p e n e d plastl
astic
bags o f carrots, in v ariou
stages o f demise. (Hey. it's East
^ tI
, crJ).
' Speaking of w hich, here'si th
th'e
T
. '/A'; ';
r^BBI
pmm uiur MTH/TtonM*.
lects egg* wHh her aunt Tori Mletzner,
Mlc
dlton Pereira, o> Tvdn Falls, collec
ol Buhl, during Buhl's) an
itman
annual Easter egg hunt In Eastn
during the hunt.
y. Pereira
gathered seven eggs dt
Park on Saturday.
P
3tzner o f Buhl helped
little
jred In the grass,
Tbri Mletz
ored egra scattered
Ic overwhelmed by the etzcn
<
c r of
o f tiic Buhl Chamber
just w aiting to bbee scoopcd up h e r niccc,, IM adison Pereira o f fcstivii
livitlcs.
<
Commerce.
into Easter oaskct&
In
I< than a minute, all Uic
ccts.
TWin FalUi, grab seven o f tiic
n less
t idst o f a frenzy o f cggsw
W h e n ' th c hhut n t started eggs in thee m
3 \vere coUeaed.
Times-News writer Meg
;m , the m a d toddlers.
prom ptly a t 10I aa:i
"L
1£ year, they were ali gone
List
J
Hinds
can be reached at T.
year-old looked a In 30
s
T lie 1-yt
dash w as o a
iO scconds
flat.” said Bob Gl- 3238 [email protected]
wt
I d l e r s a ni d
A
o i c e a t o) p e n i n g (o f s c h o o l
pleccdcmistance:
Last week I dyed s o m e Eastc
istcr
eggs. W hen I fin ish ed , I pu
th em in a large c o lan d er to dr^
You kno;v, a bowl w ith hole
lolcs
in it.
T h en 1placed th e c o h m d er ij
th c fridge and wont o ff to w ori
th a t
W hen I c am c h o m e thn
evening a nd to o k th c eggs ou
Ihelf
o f th e rcfrlm ratoc t h e to p she]
w as th e color o f a n unfortunati
n ate
incident a t a to m ato cannery.
ry.,
And. o f course, th c d ye ha
notd
slopped over o u to th e shelve
^Ivcs
below - an d th e ir c o n te n “ts •“
leaving m c the p ro u d ow n er o
p e r h ^ s thc world's o n ly purpli
caullilower. '
It's all very artistic a n d h a n d
som cly com plem ents th c vivic
oranges an d b lues o f t h c vcg
ctablcs cum m tly m o ld erin g ir
th e crispen
You're free to disagree, b u t
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ers accom panied
;
the far left, helpi one of her
I Ukrainian itudents wfth her
I ts by their teachers
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recent 'Orange Revolution' that t
- and
i&irdistan
tor
shown
at
political landecap* of XJkr
V A khm ed o f tiic
»
Ukraine.
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o f E ducation, said
htrre id ln j.
W ahoam
Ite Hibbert, public reIc c r f o r th c lie tiiin a U t f - '
.
M inistry iSC
of .
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,
6t Brigade Combat Team handi
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lein Iraq's s c h o o l ^ '■‘” >t^ 7Lt; Aaron S im p n of the 2-U
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1 fire support oQIccr
openln
ning df the Ohusoon preschoolIearlier
eai
this montb In Kirkuk, Iraq
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fum rc o f any nation.
tem s, said
ny contractors handling new
Supplies needed
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i effort indicated
ool constm ctlon and reno■T W IN FA LI5-W henl
in tiicn n rl i i f RuthftrM tM
Ing th e ir education
b f 118 th B r i ^ con-►
t u n 'i u l d '
w itiith c 2 -Il
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n
bet T em , which Indudes
les
re sc m th e fu
vmtChed m an y o f b te r col; ninth'or lO th ffiJe
for themselves
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T ho tim e future
an
I c a g i^ go o n strike.
fortss tc
.'.from'the Me^Vallt
to bolster Iraqs economic '• ley, la helping to rebuild
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n tlin th e provinces o f Klmik
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a b i ^ t c r f ihi ith c soldiers having m c nt
manlyah. Iraq. Soldiers needd
'Ihe unltls
n t w itnessing a new
Si
levraroom
>her classes hi Ukrel
Valleyv<tK)
, a n d ira q .' n d drinking ho m e - an d1 Sulaymaniyah.
tha following school eupplies
IS
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’ torrrispondenceWoi
sion also indudcs supporttyplcalty found In a studentsB
tngtilVhefstu-'
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volunteer, now teaches!
Iraqi government,
[he soldiers said tiu7
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tl
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English.^. .alswfthonedf.
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desk: 24^)ack crayons, No. 2
ibllshlng security, developto young students in1 U
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ted, The '
cookies and
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In Jerom
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Misdemeanor
arraignments
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r
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Bethany L Badi. 33; dilvi]
Irivingwith.
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illuie
to
^
out
prlvUMcs:
fallui
t's license:
purchoM/lnvalld driver's
l u i t
\\
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prctriaj confcrence April11 4;
4\ Maglstiate fudge Thomas H- Bones
distuibing
\
lothua N. H c n o a 23:: di:
tliciicocc; ptccrial c o n fmenceApril4;
na
.
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IS U
H. Botiey
M fl^ tiale Judge T honus
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2B: use or
peter WUUam Kcsaieff,r, 2B
^
,
raphem
alia
J6350 court costs:i: si
possession o td r u g 'p a ra
pl
six months unsilTiol c o n b rpcivised probation; I
with Intent i6 use: pretrial
rate
ence AprU 4; M a gbtn
te Judge five suspended; Mi
Thomas f I. B ontsen.
Thomas H. Bonesea
iv in g u n d er
B rianD .Alli^.26:
Somud Lozano. 27; drivin
26;ditvin8Wllhow
lurchase/in- priviiega: $300 Une,
the tnHuence; (oliure to purci
K pretrial ed, 578.50 c o u rt c
vaLd driver's Uccnse:
strate ludge supervised probation
confcrcnce April 4; Mogbtrai
68 suspended, cred
Thomas H Dorresea
disturbing
served; IBO-doy drivi
M arda May Olivas. 20;I; dl:
Iriver’s license (US'
thc peace; pretrial conferena
enceApril4; pension; drtvlng umder
n d the influence
IS H
H. Bdnc- am ended lo inatt
M o ^ o o te Judge Thomas
d i i h ^ $300 One. $:
swMichael A. Thomas, 26; driving 90 da^-s in jail, 88 su
under the influence am
m er
ended to
for one day served: N
driving under the Influence
(ice (sccond Thom af H. Borresea
oUense}: failure to putchase
lase/invalid
Aleksandr V. Gcic
Sk-er, 2 ft driving
driver's license: failure lo provide without privileges ar
proof of Insurance: pretrial
lia l confer- ure to purchasc/li
ence April 4; Magistrate
rate Judge license: $300 fine, s:
Thomas}]. Bonrscn.
S ^.50cauitcosls.S3.
Chris Allan ThjiUlo. 46;i dis
disnubing $50 pubUc defender fi
the peace; pretrial confcimcc
MiccApril4: supervisednrobalion
Magisuate Judf;c Thomas
aH
H. Botre- 68 suspended, tw o d
sen.
work program: Ma
Thomas H. Borresea
Rolando Izaguim
amended to bil^
wiihout privilegesI an
urc to pu ich ase/lt
e/lnv^d (Ith-er’s
. $200 suspended,
Keith Blanc. 17; lnatlcnll\
3. $50 public deless driving pretrial o n fe re n
4: Magiitrate Judge Thomas
i l
/
Mario Camacho-VUIa. 24; failure
(0 stop damage, leaving the
he ssccne of
a n acndent amended to) tiilure
Iai
to
notify upon striking Qxniies
ues o n the
hlglH«y;S150JJnc. $100 SUSP
suspended,
by prosecutor: Magistrate
ineth M. Remund, 18; kidnap• ' custodial interference;
dsupport cases
c m id i
Soue<
ce of Idaho H eahh and VhUfiue
vs. Satvac
vadorCoveaand MarlaX Rosales. Set
Seeking of Mr. tSovea; S249
monthly
lly support for Esmeralda Rosales, plus
pit 64 p e rcent o f child's
medical
i
u expenses;
$2,764 for his pro
rata tha:
haie of birth costs; attom ey
fees,
Siatec
e ofldaho Health and WWfiue
vs. Bobir
bin D, Nob a n d iixHpAt Ann
Lamb. S
Seeking o f Mr. Nab; $630
lly nipport far Emily Kay Kart •
monthly
line, plc
plus 73 p e rcent of chlldli
medicali
al expenses: aoom ey fees,
wideproofoflnsurance;
</prosecutor Magistrate
asH.Borresea
iMuSr.,41;useorposIniB paraphernalia with
r. niwnltited by prosecue case; driving without
iluro to provide probf of
■asicnger safety - child
in of ege ot under 40
safdy restrained: disprosecutor Magistrate
ts H. BorreserL
F e lo n y a rrraa llg n i i i e n t s RickyAlonCor
iCoates.l9;fbrBCty:destructlon. alteiatl
eration. conceaimcnt of
evidence; twoDcounts
coi
theft by recehrng stolen property:
f a forged check: status
hearing March
rch 28; District Judge
John K. Dutlctt
IS S S S I.
latte Frances Sm
Charloi
mithson Richardso
son
A Traditional Family, ope
speratlng a famlty ow ned business
bi
'offering th e peoplef of th e M agic Valley Except!'
itlonal
Value a n d excellent
ent service In all your funera
ral,
neteiy need j. With customk
ilzed .
c re m a to r' i>nd cemet
funeral packages a t the area's m ost affordable prices.
pi
e o f W u Health and \Me!£ire
redo Carda a n d Aicella Men-
I
doza. Se.
Seddng o f Ml Gorda: $366
monthly
lly tim port for Agustia Mendoza-Hei
fiereola. plus 75 percent of
child'* nmedical o p e n se s; attoroey
fM,.
.Suueo
e of Idaho Health and VNUfiue
va.Rldiai
hard Rodney Chandler n and
Christina
r u L O u n d le t Seeking o f M t
le r ^ 4 5 monthly support for
. Chandler
1 ninfvfiw,TTna^>i,»^i>w/<t,.Tj
MaiyA.C
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lay at th e B uhl U n ited
M etiiod
odist Church; view ing a t
6 t o 8 p.i
p.m. today a t I ^ im e r n i n eral Q
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Moscow, Idaho:
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law, John Moore
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I ^ 25, 2005, a t his
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land, OR 9723
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basis in rotating ;hom
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24,2005, in BuhL Id ah a
Vvih Bills,
fohn was b o m in IVviii
IdaliaonIuIy20,I9S 3.
sm o th er,
H cissu rv iv ed ty h lsm
ihL sister,
Jean M uirhcad o f BuhL
Pam (Jim) Doivnea o f Buhl;
i) Jacobdaughter. Kolia (Josh)
J
son o f Shoshone; dlaughter,
au
kizatuin.
Kristcl M uithead o f Bozt
Mont.; d a r t e r . Sunny
my Muirish., and
head o f Cheney, Wash,
tlakaylon
n u n d d a u ^ te r ,
Mak
O d o m o f^ o sh o n e .
Kimberly
He was raised in Kin
n g from
an d Buhl, graduating
1971. His
Buhl High Sdiool in 197
life was spent outdoors, c
Ing r o n c ^ g , w orking
cattle and horses, cam
hunting, an d being ir
ishairoimountains. H e vras his
h
est o n his Harley.
in d( eath
He WBS preceded in
by his fpther. John Fle
Fletcher
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pended, credii forr one
oi day ser\Td.
one day eligible fbr
o r work
'
program;
operating a motor vel
vchicie without liability insurance; $^
fth
F e lo n y w K
hlh e ld
suspended; jail lim e c
countJ;MagistraieJUi
Sludge Thomas H. J u d g m e fltSts
B onoea
ler m . plus 75 percent o f chil^ B obbyLM j
laim eC Orozco.il9;drivlngunder'
19
roedlcal expenses; attom ey
ihe influence amende
nded to undenute
Old; Judgrnent withhdd • •***■
J c o h o l;$ 7 3 0 ^ injury to a child;;
consumption o f alcol
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artless manner.
call 735^278 Monda;
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Our beloved \vifc,!, nmother.
gnm dm othcr and1
ully at thc
passed away peacefully
tamlly hom e In PonJani su r'
rounded by family m
meem bers
on thc m om ing o f' tk x . 31,
2004, after suffering a stroke
six weeks earlier.
Bom C harlotte F
Firances
•rancisco,
• Sm ithson In San Frar
),toC lydc
Calif.,onjan.l6,1920,to
0. and Veva M. Bartlett
J
:tt Smithiho. T hc
son o f Bulll, Idaho,
attending physician w
w<as her
tictt.
tmclc, Dr. Ldwln Bartlett
She was pn x ed cd in
In d eath
by older sister. Muriel ^
an d younger brother, John
Smitlison.
ny Ih ap p y
Charlotte h ad m any
lg iu p tn c
memories o f growing
le 1fam ily
m iddle child .on .the,
ric “Rock
farm in Buhl al thc
rcm ained
House," a place thal rcir
life. She
special to h e r aD h err lif
jh l H i ^
graduated from Buhl
acco m School in 1937. AnI at
w on the
pushed violinist, she; wc
n p c titlo n
State H i ^ Schoolcompi
atten d ed
the sam e year. Site atti
the University o fld ahh o w h c ic
h e r life;
she m et the loyc off ht
Gcmld G. R l c h a r ^ n o f \ ^ '
lace, Id a h a W ^ea^g5 a gown
ner, th ey
m ade by h e r m other,
10 by
were married In 1940
I her
grandfathis, R E Bartlell
licit, a r e ister. T he
tired Methodist minisie
w om by
sam e gown was laterr wt
daughter, Valerie, a t htir
hta wctiding. C harlotte anid
d G ciiy
shared their 64th weddli
dding ann i v e r s ^ shortly befoi
eforc h e r
death. The m utual love
ra a n d rc apect they shared
cd vras
apparent toolL
She graduated fron
ro m UC
- Berkeley with a bachc
^ c lo r of
ails in E n g ^ whiKiTK
( i> ^ tin g
for G eny to come home
)m efcom
\rttorid W arn. I h c youn{
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Juvenile misdemean
arraignments
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lal Touch R eally M atter
Personal
F ^ln m
MISdORIOSII
j a n o r d is m i s s a l s
• Misty Danielli
S !^ cS S
Misdemeanor
sentenclngs
W h e n KKlindness, Sincerity, &
(C fc M
sscd by prosecutor; M agbtrate
Eiflnnp
' dismisst
oanor
judgoiii
Thomas H. Boiresen.
w tth lie ldlljuuid g m e n t s
c, . ^ - d
I ■
Jadooa 20: petit theft: ,
vlihbdd for one year.
Form
m Bureau Insunnce.vs. Juan
BOO s m p o ^ $^.50 Conradc
ido-V em Ig o ad o Conritdoand catlo s Conndo-V ega.
$35 protMtkia fee; one Vega at
}g /tamiigM to Ijo A.fwm lfuvl
tervlsed probation; 90 Seeking
10s u s p e n d Magtstrate attrlal;t
1; attorney £ses. Plalntl? aUeges
asH .^rresca
(hatdefi
lefendant drove In a oeglteent
p s ®
s
' U y . S u n e m t C h a *^ /> e £ |
fiwlOw
IVWR $200victims compensation. $88JO
is
court costt; 10 y p a n
s u p vto
^ d y ^ o batkm: District hidge
)ohaK.I
ided, $63iO toun costs,
probation
io $50publicdefendwfae,
er fee: ooe
u ' 'year unsupervised
probation; 1120
2 -0 ^ driver^ Uccnse
uwure to purcbaae/Sn^ ^ d riv ^ U
c
k Ucense;
vloladon o f a
Qo-conuct orde
jrdendismistedbyproe■ ecutor, Maglstra
Jstrato Judge Thomas R
Bonescn.
JohnA.Waih
Ush Sc, 24; driving witha
(o M ure to
walld driver', license:
$6350 court costs: MagtTbomMRBorresea
, '
- Jo seph
Tih W . L a rsen Funtrc
leral Direaor
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Swdiy, March 27,200
2005
M a g i c: V
^ a l l e y A V e sST
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iFBIiMant!tried smuggl
gling
box cutterss on an airpl
U 3 I 1 6
:
,
0M
I ta » tlm ,1 W to « • , « ■ ( »
SA IT LAKE O I Y CA P )-A
A 665-
year-old m a n h as been chaxB
a j^
: after th e FBI said h e tile
e d to
; s m u g ^ c u ttin g a h c a is o nidbox
db
• cutters o n to a O i^ t.
. R uber
M ano
Dulon
JongM ontoro w as arrested Thui
"hursday for attem pting to board
•ord a
p lane a t Salt Lake a t y Iniem
em it'
tional w ith several sh
s ha rp '
objects concealed In foil1 aain d
.d u c t.ta p e inside his cany-c
Ty-on
^ ^ ^ r i t l e s said they foui
round
o n e p air o f a s inch' stainle
inless
' fetiMl shears, tw o box cultc
uKers
a n d n iunero u s spare box cutt
cutter
blades, according to fedci
:dcral
j c h a r ^ g docum ents.
' D uring interrogation, DuD;
FBI
lo n g allegedly to ld
agen ts (lu t n c w asn't
r t aQi e n o r i s t
a n d didn't d o anythin
n ing yvrong,
-c v c n d io u ^ h c k n o wwiiln g ly tr ie d
to conceal th em fror
r o m d e te c tion.
H e . allegedly ssaa id tli c
iv e n ir f ro m
sh e a rs w ere a souvei
U tah, a n d th e box cull
:u lte r s w e r e
“fo r c u ttin g o u t littii 'f l n g s
and
sh a rp e n in g
|p c n c tls ,
according lo coun
u n docum enis.
D ulong, w h o was
:
IS flying
to
H ouston to c atch a co
—
flight (o Lim a, pPe:
ch arg ed w ith can
w eapon o n a n aircnifi
v la e d . h e could serve
iv e u p to lO
years In prison.
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GOODING - Reccnt activi
nM ty
in Sth D istrict C oun in G ooding
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, CountyindudedthefoU fflvinj
ving:
> Misdemeanor
' arraignments
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B im L E Y -R le
e cccc n t a ctiv ity In
S th D istric t C; ^o u r t I n C a ssia .
C o u n ty in c lu d e d :
r - ——
^
Mlsdsmoanor
or dismissals
u
I
B anN .lnglei,5l:f
5 l;fa llu rcto s to p at
checking station,
d
1. dism
issed. $125
fine; Magistraleludgc
jd g e Rick L Dollar.
Roben I. Wise,
ise, 44: speeding
:tcrlng, dismissed,
amended to litteti
las, 22; leaving the
cident, dismissed;
M a ^ tiate fudge RickLBolIar.
Rici
PetrD.Maftey,30:
.^ o n e c o u m d r i v U < ^ am ended to
ing without.privllegt
lltterlnb dismissed,
ed . $150 fine: one
a p p w , dbmissed;
fR ld L B o Ila t
30; M u r e to have
. dismissed. $4350
costs.
Kdineth E Chase.
lasft 44; o n e count
failure to stop allt dd: i e d ^ suUon.
dlsmisscd.$llB.50fi]
)0 fine, $6350 coun
costs; one count fol
dismissed: M agistnt
BoUat
or
Misdemeanor
sentenclngs'
C o u n tTY
.
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\
.
COURTS
:s-—
Ity, $300 fine. $7850 c ourt costs,i.
Builty,
365i ddays
a dri\Tr‘» license suspension,).
nondisprobation. 180 d i ^ In jail,1,
24mot
leodoI days suspended, nine days am l-Il one count failure to purchase a
,vr’s license, pleaded guilty, $60.500
dri\'er's
coun costs; Magistratee
fine.r, $(>3.50
$
W Rgc
cIRick LBollar.
x tid a Lynn Caniu, 36; one countIt
Lttii
^ m c a n o r drtvlng under the In-Imce, pleaded guilty. 180 dayss
rer's license sa ip en slo n . 12
2
mils probation, 30 days in jail. 288
■s suspended, two days credited;1;
! count driving williout privileges,s,
sded guilty, 180 d i ^ driw r's liIc
Lse suspension: one count faUure
m pf^
provide proof of Insurance, dis­
;mlweti
used: Ntaglsuate Judge Michael R.
I.
c n bbtn
uee. ■
R
\\
C
( o u r t \\
r\ ^ o t ^
p
i:Mag$263.50Qne.$6350couRcost9:N
istrate ludge M ichad R C rabuee
^does
RJchardR.Lec.54;onecounlc
guUty,
nol speak English, pleaded gi
ts; one
$43.50 fine. $6350 court costs;
count rtiotor carrier log book; vlobvl
tlons, pleaded guUty, $4350} fine,
i
$63.50 coun costs: Magistratekludge
Ju
Michad R. Crabtree.
Ralph C llandley. 60; wdght
jh tc * . '
loads,
ceeding allowable gross lo.
pleaded guilty, $134 fine, $63.50
$6:
coun costs; Magistrate Ju
Judge
M idiad R .C ra b tr^ '
a rim Vitaliy Korolenko. 32; no rear
pact guard, pleaded guilty. $$(3.50
t
% e , $6350 court costs; Maglst
^strate
ludge M idiad R Crabtree.
Marloarc Rodlca Ballnca. 56;
6;faUure lo stop at checking stat
tation,
$6350
pleaded guilty. $11850 fine. $6
court costs: Magistrate Judge
Ju
M idiad R.Cnbtrce.
Brian Allen Hodges. 43; failur
lure to
leaded
Slop at checking station, plea
guilty. $118.50 One, $63.50 cc«o u n
Uld R
costs: Maglsuate Judge Michoe
Crabtree.
James B. OrgUl. 49; weight oiccedm
leaded
ing allovrable gross loaos, plea
guilty. $979 fine, $6350 c oun costs;
a
Magistrate Judge M id iad R -Q
Crab-
.
\
^
„ u n t misde
demeanor driving under
nee, withheld judgment;
one count felony
fcl
aggravated banery.
amended toto misdemeanor battery,
Dleaded euil
guilty, $200 fine, $63.50
J^ u n costsl
1.1 12 montiis probation. 30
r a im
d a v s ln ja 1.28
a 2 d ^ suspended, two
r o iO l
daWcicdlfed
3anlcl Salinas TV upo. 41; one
led; MagUtraie Judge Ride
Dan
LBollar.
count
I
int tlicft
by receiving stolen prop-'•
Jacob Chri
hris Shockey, 22: reckless erty. dismissed;
di
two counts Injury lo
0
driving, amer
lended to Inattcnth'e driv- a child
hlld. dismissed; two counts pos-’’
ied guilty, $8650 Une. sessloi
slon o f a conuoUed substance,*;
Irt costs; Magistrate Judge dismis
missed; Magistrate Judge Midiael•'
Rjdc LBollar,
ja b tree .'
lar.
R.Cral
Nancy Nh
Nhung Doan. 34; fdony
sexual batter]
e ty o fc h ild l6 /l7 y e arso f C p |n i
age, amende!
ded to misdemeanor ba t­
lim m y Jane Sessions. 32: making
ed guilty. $300 fine. $6350 . Tlini
tery, pleaded
GeraldW. D uroux 52; motorrcarric;
wsslngoffictitlous notes, pleadedd
court costs.s, 12 monihs probation. orp.iss
er log tx » k viobtions. pleadedPgu^ ty .
Ity. •$88.50 coun costs, tiuec years's'
I jail, 178 days suspended.
IBOdayslnja
$263.50Gne.$63.50cauncosts:N
^ Mag­
bation, t\%-o )xars determ inaiec
MC work In Leu of jail; I^'ooa'
four days M
istnilc Judge M ichaelR Crabtree,
ee.
e. fi™ >rars indeterminate time,;.
Magistratelu<
ludge Rick LBollar.
IefrtwI.Summers,52;nome<l
ledlcal
e days credi Ird, penitentiary timee
Laura Nlci
Jlcoie Escobar. 37: mall>fine,
card, pleaded guUty. S43.50
I
pended; Dislrlct Judge ftfonte B.{.
clous injury
ry to ptoneny, pleaded
$63.50councosts.
ionth sp ro M iloa30day3
C a r^ t
guilty, 12 moi
It
Sliane\VllllamOklham.22;we;
A-dght
Srant
Monroe
d
a
rk
.
49;
one
count
in jalJ. 17 da'
days suspended, 13 days
0 exceeding allowable gross loads,
lo:
dess
driving,
pleaded
Ruilty,
$200
crediied. c ttt
rtd it Cve days tn lieu of
pleaded guilty. $54 fine. $6 3 510court
0
^ $6550
coun costs, 24 montiiss
osts at $35 per day; Magls'
firws and cost
cosis;M agistrateludgeRickLBo
Bollar.
bation. 90 d a n in Jail. 37 days,
Michael R Crabtree.
probat,
traleludgcM
Qiester Lawson, 48; motorcar
carrier
pended, 53 days credited; onec
KarynReni
c n e e 36; nsx) count
d e panm cniofrulesvlobiloaple
pleadmt placing dcbrison public propfelony posse
sscssion of a controUed
lidc L
'. dismissed; one count attem pt to
substance, on
onecountdism issed.one
ic an ollicer. pleaded guilty. $200
count ameni
:nded to m isdem eanor..'
'. $8850 court costs, 24 m onths'
pleaded gull
uUty, $100 fine, $63.50
b a tio a 100 da>s In jail. 127 days
co u n costs,!:
. 12 monihs probation. 90
penned. 53 d a p aed lle d ; Magisdays in JalJ.. 888 days suspended, nvo
Aniia L J>etrowsky, 33; dome
meatic
e Judge Rick LBollar.
days c n ^ teed;
d one count delivery or
baltery. amended to battery; klaglsMa
imeslo Maninez, 32, one count,
manufacturin
traicIudgcM ldiaelRC rabttce.
ny forgery, amended lo mlsde-..
lia. dismissed
J.
SharTiJ.Jones,48;uscoftclephi
phone
anor
insufilcleni
fun
d
s
check
L BoUar.
ioliarass.am endedtodisnubing
ngthe
id, pleaded ^ t y . SiOO fine..
fraud,
peace; M a ^ tra te Judge M idue
lad R
5 0 court costs, $100 resUtutionIj
Crabtree.
■>-earprobation.30dayslnjall. 17Jciem yW .W ilkinsoa23:unbv
lawful
s suspended. 13 days acd ile dK
;
ad R
J
Magisttaie
Judge
Michad
: count possession o fa controlled
_
,
stance, pleaded guilty. $68850
m Bair. 32; one count mis- substai
.
driving under the courtrt costs. $100 restitution. 36
ndis' probation. 60 days In jail. 244
one count fall- mondi:
s r , ' . iismissed;
.
nths determ inate tim e, 60 - Colion O. K ephart 13; one count
notify upon striking m onth
co
ndis' Indetcmiinaie tim e. 69 days'* hunting, [rapping or fishing with
1vcliide. dismissed; Mag- m ondi
ithout
Uted, retained jurisdiction; Dis-* alicense,pleadcdguilty.$26(Ine,
e Rick
L BoUar.
creditei
Istrate Judge
f
ie,$71
I
ludge
Monte
B.
Cailson.
trict
lui
coun
costs;
one
count
failure
lo
to
ap_
pear, dismissed; M a^strate Judge
JU'
D riv il1 0 UI
RickLBolIar.
in T iU e n C e
Naomi V. Perez. 17; faUure toopu
f rCuiberto '
chase a driver's Ucensc. pleai
eaded
count mlsder
nan J. Fonsca. 56: m otor carrierr guilty, $6850 fine. $9850 court costs;
iemcanor excessive drivJuan
co
ing u nder tlie
ti Influence, pleaded
log txK)k
bo< viobtions. pleaded guilty./. Magistraie Judge RJd: LBollar.
iony dismissals
iony sentenclngs
,25; driving widiout
LuisA.Ito)3no,25;
le d tto M u r e to p u r privUegei amended
pleaded
chase a driver’sI license,
Uc
n e . $11350 c o u n
2^1
guilty, $6850 fine.
costs; Magistrate Judgi:
)ud{ Rick LBollar.
J------45: driving
Andres Silva IIbrres.
b rr
es. pi leaded guilty,
without prhdleges.
W P
$200 fine. $78.500 «c o urt costs, 180
nlhsprobation. 170
^ ir
daysln{ail.24momh!
\
days suspended, one
om day credited;
\\
M ag b tratelu ^ RRlckLBoilar.
lci!
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JuanCcjaV atra.2:
is.23;failuretopurpleaded
■< \ \
chase a drivers1 license,
Uc
. $9850 co un costs;
•< A c \\
' guilty,$6850fine.$9f
\ r e c o i o^
U
Magistrate ludge RickLBolIar.
Rjck
J
Brucc lay Colemai)
man, 41; one count
\
ssion o f ^vUdllfe,
—
unl awful possessloi
29 fine.
$71 coun
pleaded guilty. $29
I
costs; one count: failure
fall
to appear,
m onths unsupcrvlsed prob
.ro tatio ao n e
dismissed; Maglstrat.
trate Judge Rick L
d a y in |a il,o c d itfo r o niedayscr\-cd;
ed
jjollat
M a^trateJudgeC aseyRRobinsoa
ol
Guillermo Moreno
reno Maitlner. 33;
R oben L W U so ad A in g
X a driver's liccnse,
faUme to purchase
Influence: $1,000 One, $1
pended. $78,50 courtt costs.
c
$35
court
Magistral
ir ssupervised
probation fee; one year
probation; 180 days In jail
jail. 178 susAlexLQulsCastn).2
r a 26; dnvlng wiUipimded. crcdit for one d;
leaded guilty, $200
IBO-day driver's license su
o p en container; dlsmissc
S n ! " r . 'S n t
court; M a ^ tra te Ju d ^ Cas
•
Octaviono M. Andrade; diivli
Irivlng
under tho Influence (under cge 2
c o un trial April J8: Magistiatc lud;
Casey R oblnsoa
Jeremy Adam C o s inattcntiv
carcless driving: status heaiij
caring
M oith 28; Magistrate ludgc Co»
Casey
Boblnsoa
Jose L Garcia: driving witho
privileges; coun trial April 4; Magj
trate Judge Casey Robbuon.' ^
u. ff,.
Michael Cruz Garcia; case
r
opened:
placing
debris
co n
n,U 4
• public/private; court trial April
o jo
. Separate ease; failure to appealJffoi
m isdem eanor citation; courtt trial
tri
rium r
April 4: Magistrate Judge Casi
^
Robinsoa
jIvlnK
Uriel Espinoza Garcia; drlvii
,nhi awithout privileges; coun trial April
Jn. '
Magistrate J u d ^ Casey Robinson.
J o n a itu n T NtcManus; assault i
PcdroAguitTc:publicdn;
iadR .C rabuce.
battery u p o n certain personni
-amended to dism ibing tl
court trial April 18; Magistrate SJud)
lhan, 38; himtln&
fmes and fees deemed unc
Casey Robinsoa
g w ilhout a license.
us
Jn".
52
days
In
Jail,
credit
foi
Ntkhocl S. Novacfc; nulidous it
25 fine, $71 court
.fit 110. served; resisting o r obsirui
|ury lo property; coun trial April
failure to appear,
ccrs:
dism
issed
by
pr
M a ^ tr a te Judjje Casey Robinsoa
traie Judge Rick L
,
Magistrate
Judge
Casey
Rol
SanlloCT A. Ramirez; driving wit!
IQ.
LanccLKoconics;a'cU(
o ut privileges; court trial April 1
Tliaxton, 37; one
n_
'
am
ended
to
Inattentive
M agutrate Judge Casey Robinson.
0 coun
costs;
in an.. driving: $100 Cne. $63^50
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Sieglinda
E
Roman
Robiawn.
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InaitenUvc/corclcss driving: cou
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Robinson.
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' court t ^ April 16; Magistrate Judj
Judge
’A aron R. Tbrrw; fallun
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Casey Robinsoa
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' C ortland John Wright; drivir
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six montlis
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wilhout privileges: possessionI of a , unsupervised probation;
on; Inatten'l / V . n 'l
contiDlled substance; use or posse
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2: Magistrate judge Casey Robinson
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Orval FrancesBeadz; battery;:$100
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' probation:30day3ln|ail.30suspen<
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Ryan Thomas Mnughar
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years supervised probation; 3£5 daj
in ]ail. 363 suspended, credit fortw
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and Alberto
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ealed Santamaria. Seeking $1,44;
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; weapon w ithout a license; dismisse
Ilssed Interest; $400 attorney fees
fees. Plaintiff
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vs.NatlumHodge.Seeking!
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tvised plus Interest: $500 atton
tom ey fees.
[•probation; 180 dayi In jail. 1^8J sussu:
pialntllf alleg o tliat defend
endant owes
. upended, a c d lt for one day servc<
the plnlnrtfT
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for accounts assigned to) thi
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islon; forcollectioa
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withIdahoCoUcctlonUureaui
!oui a license; dismissedI b y R Lordier. olso known1 as
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Runara Arm
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.71, plus Inlurcher. Seeking $1,621.71,
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sto
terest; $540 attorney fees,
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• •damage, leaving tho scene 0 f a nlaacc
owes for occdalleges thot defendant owt
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for
notify counts assigned to tlie ploiniilf
pli
! upon sttiU ng fixtures on the lilghliigl;
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costs;
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1.500 attorney fees. PlalndfloUew
foktng haavY-duty handle
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nterest; $600
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attorney fees. PlaintUf allege
eges that de3 posinon odlm looio nondk
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th d r ' S t ( j c o f ^ field 6 fflcc]
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COEUR d ’ALENE CAP]
s.TTien,
. Fiist, there w as d n ik n c siT
le a n d a
lh th e distance, a nim ble
flash oriighL
A nd noct, there was a roar,
ke, an d
Ihe ground w ould shake,
th e w ind w ould com c sscreamac
in s In.
^ h c blast so u n d would r
ly knock you down.” said
PoweU, shaking his head a
sat in his living room chair.
air.
’I h e Coeur d ’Alene m aa n tis
o n e o f jiist a few still alive
served as niilitory p o lia ' ai
NuclearTbst Site in Nevada
adi
5 3,a20F o rfoiirm o n th sin 1953,!
le d th c
year-old Powell patrolled
Indian Springs Afr Force
x BIa s e .
m essed
In th a t short tim e, h e witne
udear
th c detonation o f II nnu(
bom bs.
They aU h a d names.L Therd
T
w as “Annie" o n ’ M arch 7,
7. th
i en
b llo w rf
"N anc/" on M arch 24, foUo
by “Ruth" on M arch 31, “Dixie’
“D
\p rilll.
onA pril 6 a n d “Ray"onApri
They continued th r o u gi |u
)uin e 4 .
Powell w atched as tro
tn o p s
y io
w ere brought in each day
ico D y <
w ere
serve thc blasts. They
enchstationed in 7-foot-deep uuei
)rpfiom
cs about five miles o r morp
1
th e towers th at h d d the bom
bor bs.
200,000
“Wc probably h a d 200
s health.
ough there,
ried about his
he
tro o p s go throui
s old
“At 20 years
ol I wasn't, b u t
m a y b e ,'h e said,
A few hours a fte
cr r'each blast,
now l am," h esaid.
esa
is rehew ould leave thepr
jp ro te rtio n o f
Tbday, thc 72-year-old
72rom open-heart
covering from
th e h o l d i^ area so
scm e seven
surgery at Sacred
3 cd Heart Mcdical
miles away, drive ooiut. pick u p
)kane.
Center in Spokai
th e troops and m:tum
m m e m to
ck prostate
canccr
lie airfield so
He beat back
|
licy could b c
12 years ag a
own b ack to
Sincc im 30s, his wife esdticir
hom e
mates he's lad
had 20 bouts w ith
ase.
skin cancer.
T h a t’s w hen
‘He’s had his
n
Lls nose
an d his cor
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lastic su ig e n 'b e ; m t'h o L You replaced by plaa
Gloria
till h ad stuff causc o f skinI cancer,
c
iliing down. It
sold. ’
Jl beUcves
it w as
t
ikes hours for
Fred Powell
take
:it so m etim es
caused by hiss time
tir spent at th e
l _—
igsitc.
nu d ea r testing
sl
F M PoM i
jUU to c o m e
ack
dow n.
“I'm sure it! was."
wa h e sa id “Of
bad
}vem m cntsaysna
ife, b ut it wascourse, thc gover
They said it was safe,
"Most people
no."
n't," PoweU said. “M
in a d a im for h is
1Ctte s t
'
P o w d lp u tin
w ent in and out one
LS four
years a g a
mcdical costs
fi
But not PoweU Ia an d th e 30
cddown,
•
but was turned
d
oth er m em bers ofif hhis military
)nsiders
himself a
police u n it From lati
late-Fcbruaiy
SdU, he consi
y :s t a y ^ p u t
lucky man.
to eariy-Iune, they
Its a b o u t 10
Out o f aUIhe
theMPs h e served
a n d lived in tents
with. PoweU knows
kno o f only on e
miles from thc b laist
st;sites in th e
Ive.
who is stUI alive.
desert,
ipIe during those
Ihat radiation
M any people
"They lived in tha
bv-ere
er situated d o sdust four monlhs." jsaid Gloria aiomic tests w
as to
er tlian he was
ti thc blast s i t t
PoweU. Freds wifeio
off47years.
Powell d id n ’t
Guinea pigs, tic
hoccalls them.
At thc tim e. Pov
sw
erescvenm
iles
isn’t
too
w
or“S
om
eofusw
i
m uch care. He wasn
E
^
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s e iir v e d a t ai t o m i c !t e s t s i t e
5CU
hthe
e b om bs would. So she’d sell
sw a y ^Soic vwre d o scr lhan
hat
a s atom ic ^ass," h e
t h a t I im
in age they're all gone - thai
a id w ith a la u ^
said
now.*
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part
o
f
t
i
^
tests,
b
uU
din^
11 was drafted Into the
A
. PoweU
vere constructed certain dlsm y in 1952 during the
wer
U.S. Arm'
iiee
ances away lo see what th
Korean Wai.
V\ He w ent to ooot tani
>Iast would do to th e ia AS were
Louisiana before being bias
c a m p in1 L
)bli(cratcdL
xl five m ontiis w ith thc
obii
stationed
ser
"T heyput Uve animals d o scr
Nilitaiy Policc Battalion
505th MU
Jd .
o 'z-;c ro . G loria PoweU said.
rmy at th e Presidio outto
Sbcth Arm
You know. pigs. cows. They
Side ofSaj
sa n F ra n d sca
"Yo
vere
er totally disintegrated."
W hen1 he wo^ sent to Las w
T
he
air
busts,
w
hen
the
bom
b
iF
c
b
n
ia
iy
l9
5
3
,h
e
d
id
T
V cgasinF
vould explode ab o u t a mile
IW w hat h e w ould b c
wot
n ’t know
he
ro m th e ground, w crc the.
fror
doing Dr
orw hat w as going o n
vorst. Fred Kild. In th e trenches
wor
ICS
there.
im
here w as now here to hide fiom
tell you m uch o f thei
' T h e<
y/didn’t
c
htheefalling d u st an d radiation.
anything,
ig.lt was kind o f a h u sh '
bu
"That
w as th e bad o n a You
im g" he said. "In .fact,
*“!
h u sh thu:
Udn’t have anything covering
ed 10 cover up. I tiiink.
dicL
they tried
t)u u p there," h e said. "Whereicy were doing there. It you
w h at thej
J®;
is
if
ft
was
a
tower
shot,
you
:tIescaiyw
henw
efound
as
i
wasaUttIc
.
o u ld get dow n in th e tic n c ll”
itwi e w e ro d o ln g "
cou
o u t w hat
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At
A tile time, Fred PoweU was
T hc bom
bc bs, starting w ith
■ever told h ow th e bom bs
:" i n /^ r il 1952, were cinev
“CharUe":
1st.
n l ^ t bc used outside o f testmlg
ther set: on
o lowers o r delivered
ng. He h a s his idea.
ing.
by p lanee iirom d ie air. It w as alIn
“They
were going to use it in
blast in
T
ways a In eariy-moniing
c
It w as th c beginning; o f
2r of
wvarfare.
ar
th e cover
i darkness.
nd
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DonttnodfroniBl
leaning VUaor \U schenkoawns
v
{sleeted presid en t In D eceml
bfter first b ein g d e d a rc d t
le c lo se r a m on th earlier In a nleeli
[L '
, b o n in o n ed b y com iptlotL
v o l{ Streeterso id F eaceC o ip»sv
le d to
^ t e e r s have b e e n Instructed
litlcal,
re m a in co m pletely apolitlc
ueful*
so she chose
w ords caref
ly w hen asked b y h e r foorm
m er
em ployer to c o m m en t o nI w
wihat
' shew lm essed . .
: "W henever an y o n e ’• uasks
vdilch side th e U.S. support:
o rts. I
sa y th a t th e U ^ . s t ^ ip
p o rts
democracy,” sh e sold. * lb
[b rm e
It’s b e e n w o n d e rfu l to> ssec ,
Ukrainian p eo p le - p eoplee w
wh o
levcryone th in k s, are possI
Eisslve
^ d pessim istic - s tan d uj p Ifor
jiie lr coim tiy's future."
• Streeter I o t The Ttmes-Ne
■News
tn July 2003 a lte r olxiutt ffo
ow
^resits with th e p a p e r a n d hea
heade d for Ukraine so o n after.
1 For th e p a s t y e a r sh e has
h
JI tth e
Vvoikcd In Bodekhlv, neor
f o lls h b o rd e r a n d ab o u t 70
ilnian
' tnileS n o rth o f tho Ukmini
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nitt o f
I T live in th e v «jstem port
^ e c o u n try th a t b pro*
pz
range
(Aischenko, s o th ere Is oran
kvenw herc,” sh e sold in hlie
erre larlng
JnalL
"P eople
vrearl
^ b a n d s , o ra n g e h a tsI aojn d
ficarves, coats."
th e
' I U ntil S treeter jo in e dI tl
P eace Corps sh e h a d n o t h a d
She
a n y teaching experience.!. S
lining
s p m t three m o n ^ In tralni:
In a small tow n outside o3f ttlh e
capital Kiev. She lived w/ith
ith a
som e
h o st family a n d t a u ^ t soc
jio o l
E n ^ ish classes a t a local 8cho<
:tilng,
learned the basics o f teachlr
a n d lea rn e d U krain ian w
wlim
olun*
Ithree o th e r A m erican volu
I "Ruth Is o n e o f o u r sppedal
ec
(volunteers,* s a id B ohdan Yarc*
Yai
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r
I language from the
th e Oge o f 6 .
“So in addldon
tlon to leaching
lIso able to tcach
language. I'm also
Mds criUcal thlnl
Unking, debate,
d v jc education,1. m
Iw Peaca Corpi tr • traces Its
m ore th a n lust
I roots and missionIon to
th e language itself
self," she salA
I 1960. wtien Sen.,in. John F.
Streeter said she
she loves h e r jo b
bccausc she gothe
ithers th e feeling
Kennedy cfiBlIengedstLstudents ot
:hlgento
thot the children
Iren are gaining
the University of Mlchlg
serve their country Inth
n tho cause
knowledge In owa
iw a y th e y h a d n t
know n before,
of peace by IMr^ andId
« worWng
e. S tu d e n ts in
ies.
Ulcralne ore t a u ^^ t in m ethods
In developing countries.
c n t th a n in the
>grew an
th a t are different
RomthstlflsplrBtionsn
..................
ll governU.S.
8£encyoflhefodom 1g<
I o f education in
^The system of
ment devoted to worldrid
| peoce
iscd heavily o n
e
that
time,
U
kraine
is
bosci
and frtendshlp. Since tr
-e sp ecially w ith
m em orizatlon-es
more thon 178.000 PeiPeace
:ersm d."K idsare
E n ^ , ‘ Streeters
Corps volunteers havovebeenlrv
t
>untiies to
m em or norizing en tire
vlted by 138 host count
.bu
b u ta s k th e m to
Jng
from
tc
m
o
t
a
g
l
M
,
Viiork on Issues ranging
th in k about th
h e m ea n in g o f
aids education. Inform
is t reati, a n d It’s
ronmtntfll
w h a tlh c y V c jM
leditMlogy. ond envirom
jriiiiant sm dents
only the most brill
preservation,
w ho can do sa"
For more Information on
d n e ed u c a to rs
Some Ukraine
peoce Corps go to:
arc realizing theicd
d lsad v an u g e s.
www.peocecorps.gov,
o f such m ethlodologles,
od
^c
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said.
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“And luckily, r.n m y school Is
m a, 0 Peace C orpsIS ;m a nager
ivc, 6 0 so m e o f
‘ tiulte progressive,
w ho oversees m an y 'thcorgainith
zotlon's activities in
ih U k i ^ c . th e teachers arc
rc aalready trying
‘About IS m o n th s ago shc w as to get sm dentss to
to thinx indeassigned to serve In a sm all pcndentty,’ Streei
reeter said. "So
Corps h od Ifs great form e ito
to!b c p a r to f th c
town, w here Peace IO
im ithose educa* •
nted before, m ove away from
never b e e n represente
ns ith a t arc n o t
e n n ot only tionol traditions
Since th e n she^ b een
instructing kids o n Eli]
ncildaL”
English a n d particularly beneii
Streeter sold o: on
r e th in g th at
Journalism, b u t alsoQ ccreadng a
k e sh e r jobdifil*
very &tvorabIe Im age
;e co f th e or- sometimes makes
America a t c u lt Is the m e n ta lity th a t
e a n lz a tlo n (an d Am
l ^ e ) in th e comumn u n ity o f education Isn'tLin
Im portant beuys everything.
cause money buys
RaSekhiv."
suikes a t all lev'C orruption suil
S treeter tea c h e s ,d conversaEs aare a form o f
S; C oim try els, and buyofls
tio n al E n d lsh , U.S;
S tu d le s-v m ic h isa kidn
ln to so d a l survival," she sai
said. 'A nd it’s
[lean litem - h a rd to make kid
kids realize th e
studies - a n d Americt
their ed u cation
tu re to high school
Dl ifittidents. Importance of the
u rs a w eek (l.e. the importo
She teaches 18 hours
3rtonce o f n o t
sm - cheoUns] w hen1 th
th e adults be*
a n d h a sb e tw e e n lO olondZO
n
de n ts in h e r classes..H
H ei rsch o o l lieve that It’ss rm o n ey th a t
ah, so chll*
matters."
spcdollzcs in English,
Streeter misses
ses h e r friends,
< ^ n b e g in Ic a m iln g th e
he
About the
tm e
Peace Got!
irp S
r
A *
T l
t i' c k e t t o aI f o o d b a n ]
, B O ISE-A n unfaiown p erson
donated
on
a S30,000 w inning lot*
terv
5ry ticket to th e Idaho
ioodbank.
xd
I^h e ticket was found tucked
re*-insit
islde on envdopew lthout a re*
tum
ty's'
Lim address in W ednesday’
s
_nail,
. i i director Roger Sim on said..
Jd.
. "“ i
his'
Idaho
Lottery ofQdals say this
“
i&isfli
>flm time thc^know bfeopie^
. one
mt
ne donating tiic entire am otm
- fr a- .w i n n ^ Idaho Lonery tk kicet
et
. **
he
Hhe FoodbankTW l use‘' ihc
T
mor
ro*
noney for Its children’^ pro­
__
/es
^nuns, including on e (hot gives
30 backpacks
mled witii foodIto
to
'
>m
Trea
h*osure \^illcy sm dents from
|o3w
w-incom e families. Each
:ch
led
nonth the liackpadcs are rcSQed
/itil food.
with
he
Money will also h elp the
M
tatcwlde after-school program
tiat
. , p ro^des healtiiy m e m to
tudents Involved in after-school
rocthdties o r enrichm ent proocth
OTar
rams.
3ld
The Sdnkcr Station tiiat sold
[le wiiuiinfl ticket gave th e food
od
on
banl
lonk $300 u o m tiie commission
it received
rc
for sdling th e win­
in*
nine
ing ticket
er■Ttic
^ w inner was v eiy gcneran
us, if tiiey can d o tiiat w c can
OUS,
step
■siIep u p as w dl,’ c o m p ar^ presi^-ni
en.t and co-ow ner (p a rleley
y
m es sold
JOnC
Idaho In brief
n o ln ^
.
testified Johnson - rcnu
uneagcalm,wtilleKendierbecani
ok« uf
■itated and raised h er voii
Johnson
Kdleher tried to a n ts t i] John*
son an d alleged^ shot h e:rr 1in tiic
stom ach 'and h and with
(til the
Tbsergim. When Johnsonnfeflto
1
th e ground, Kdleher alle;
held tiie Ihser against h er
whlleanotherdeputyairivi
hed. •
Johnson^ said in th e !<claim
t h k he r two d a u ^ te rs. 0ages
)
d
a n d 10, and a 9-year-oldIndghn
bor watching tiie inddent
n tw c ic
emotionally traumatized
d from
watching tiie scene.
^ea
un Prosecutor loins In pl(
^ to keep felon In U.S.
Irofino woman seeks
lamages from county
dan
01
no
OROFINO
- An OroQno
im
roman has filed a tort claim
jes
seking $550,000 in dam ages
r aa
o
m
Clearwater
C
ounty
after
fron
depi
eputy allegedly shot h a w ithl aa
Thse
tisergun.
Jty
G ena Johnson alleges D eputy
Ice
Armi
im c M. Kelleher shot h e r twice
ler
with
4th tiie Ih se r and arrested her
fo)rrrrefusing to give h er n am e for
odc^
d o g - a t- I i^ dtation.
^
Rl
RI&.
a spotted springer
gpor
le*
panld, allegedly chased Kefle*
er^ car Into tiie street o n O c t. 22,,
heiS
Qlearwater
ea
3f*
County SheriiTs Of*
flcci
cc docum ents st^.
ler
At Johnson^ house, K dleher
o^de
a*
idered'her to show IdentiOca*
tlon
he
o n so sh e could Issue th
ditation.
ta t
m,
According to tiie claim,
John
IU-ihnson excrdsea h er constim
tion
onal right to w ithhold hler
er
-nam
ame.
^
363
Sheriff^
rcco rds say wimesses
^
family am
m d w e e k en d snow*
booraing
1
^ P '“
n-biklng. But she hasmountain-!
n't been lon
oneiy in Ukraine.
e bI e e n able (o make
“I have
inderful friends here,"
som e wont
she said.‘l‘1a m th e only Ameri*
can in my
ly tow n o f 10,000. But
m any o f th
t e tc a c h e rs speak
great EngUj
jUsh, a n d IVe t>ecome
goodfidend
nds w ith them ."
las so m e U krainian
She has
A o spe ak n o English.
friends vv4ii
to a
“Ukraine
ne is su c h a rebtion^
shIp*orieni
inted country, that
MTUniMtlfrcfliBl
friends ahv
ihvays m ake tim e for
im -packed K elvlnotor in
each other
ler," s h e s a i± “W hen
Jomhicn you c an never find anyUkrainians
ns h av e d a ^ off. they
whic
lyspent! ther
lem w ith friends and
thinj
ling.
»
p
le
a
re
rarely
alone.
II sure
«
do n ’t have th a t probfamily. Peoj
bFamilies don't
dt
only consist o f
lem.
m . Everything I n e e d is flt
at
parents aa:n d children, b u t
Burg
urgerKIng.
• ••
ents. M arried couples
grantlparen
c w ith th e ir parents.
D:
often live
D am n Yankees.
People thin
link I m u st b e terribly
it';s com c to my a ttention that
It’
ne
lonely anti
itl soci bccause I Uve
the
I
IC Lewiston
M om ing T ribune
alone."
In a news a rtidJ ce
Is claiming
d
Streeters
rso id h ersm allsc h o o l
that
lot F rendi fry sauce w as In*
has becomt
me a fam ily to her.
venti
:nted in no rth em Idaho.
‘I love m
my stu d e n ts an d ;n y - Arc
At we h e re on th e buckle of
collea^es,
s, 1 a m nircly'Iohely
the
{
le Spud
B d t gonna sum d for
Of
and never
t
r bored."
sh e Mid.
tliati
lat? m ry tx K iy knows th a t the
. H ersmidents
dt
a n d colleagues
piqu
iquant m elange o f m ay o n like her, too
00.
nolsi
alse an d k e tc h u p w as first
“Every dm
dr c 1 visit h e r site, o r
conc
)ncocted In so u th e m Idaho.
5q
(alk to Ruth
ith's colleagues o n the
Thjublcis, I can't prove i t So
phone I hea
earn o th in g b u tp raise
inneed
e c your h d p .
and admin:
iration." Yarema said.
ifyou're
j
If
a southern Idaho n a ­
"Both smdt
idents a n d colleagues
tive
' ith childhood m em ories
re w
^
cspectR uth."
offr^
like and res;
[ f ^ sauce, let m e know p ronm
When Str
>trccter com cs back to
t au I'm
I'i sure fry sauce dates from
10
theU i^tcdl
d States in December,
thlee hanly
1
hom esteaders Viiio
she will ha'
Tavc b e e n In Ukraine
fin
rst ttilled th e rocky soil o f thlie
e
for 27 moi
lonths. But sh e said
Snak
lake River Plain an d l o v i n^y
g
she’s consi
isldcring staying antjrew
e w ta te rto ts.
otheryeor.
If ’ you have p erso n ^a l
r.
* ^lf
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knov
lowledge o f the o r l ^ o f fry
^
Tfmes-Nt
News com spondent jauci
lUce, call m e a t 735-3223 o r
LonvtneCavener can be 'c -m
i m c a t so tim p ^ m a g JlcJ
mall
rcachcd al
at (208) 438-6446 or vaUe
illcy.com. 111 buy you o n o rder
kaveneri^.
S p m to is
ofM
MENAN - Bulmaro L<
Lopez'
linison
wife gave blith to their thin
last week - (ust days afle
fter tiie
com daed felon was depf
jported
backtoM tsdca
m ode*
Lopez's deportation cam
^ i t e a plea from Jeffc
fferson
lecutor
C ounty Deputy P|rose<
Steven d u k to let tiie conv
child rapist stay In th e Ui
States.
‘Bulmaro never hesitat£
aied irt
adm itting what happei
iened .1
w rote Clark, w ho prosec
Lopez for tiie incident will
/itiitM
12-ycar-old gliL ‘He h as scrvc4
his sentence and I havi
ive 1^
doubt about his place in so<
Itiavcncverw rinenaletter
as tills before and I doubt 1
wlUagaln."
dim e said it was the fustprobobly only - tim e he
le S s
written such oletten
But Carl Rusnok, a spokes
for tiie immigration de]
m ent. sold Lopez hos n o it
forAmerlcanuw 3,an d h isc
inal pattem ^w iU n ot ch
because he b not a mlscrcai
ja n tj^
venile, and must stay In Mc
ilcxicokf
WtiUe his family ad
adm its
Lopez^ chedxred post b I hhis ref
sponsibility, tiiey soy hite
e ^
dionged.
"He complctdy change*
^ hb
life," Brandy lopez said, ^Hi
'HcwiD
Ixs tiie first to admit, 'Yes,
s. I did
m ake mistakes.’ ’
-corrqilled& om w irerq
report
Sf
[I!rump_
R e a l S w e e t ID e a l
K w H W iB iB
B>7
j:snr
M a g i CVALLEYAVE!
c
RqjpwtpluaSOpenxi
irovldc medical Insurance;
eicent of medicsl cx*
lunmcc: pro'
pcnics not covercd
ley's ( ^ apd costs.
ercd by Insurance:
$330atiotney
•
Insunuicc; $1,075 for
Siateoflda
' ptuvlde medical [nsui
Idaho, Department of Health
J - : - ---------■ X
costs of blnh; S730
e. QiUd
Support Services vs.
30 fl(or suppon for a
and^Stifare.
t
period; C30D an
mVWtoaSeSinBesiabllshattorney^ (ccs and , BonaldDeon'
patcm ity:'b lnh certificate.
ment of pai
>teOea defendant as Caihcr:
“ ^ o fld a h a D Q
e iu
nurtm entoflteakh
changitltotc
i
^^
and
Childl&
Sw^ r tS e tv lc e s v ) .
SZlQmamht)
hly support plus SO percent
. ^
PaulH oreaPenaIcS
not covered by InIc M ^lnA cttabUih*
of medicalexpenses
ei;
\\
mi>nt • of Datenilty:
iify;
monthly
suiance: pro
irovlde
imunmce;
f it \ \
suppon ptua 63 peanc ae io fm c d lc a le x $43CT(6rcos frf Mp^i
- ^ o u r t
\\
pentes not covetcd
wta.
ered by Insunnce:
(cesandcosti
IdahaDejMttmeruofKealth
,* ^ C \\
ptovlde medical buur
tuuntnce: TTM) attor*
Scateodda
W e c o r Lc V * ^ \ . \
R o/i (ces and costa.
e. Otild Suppon Services VI
a. .
andWelfare.<
jtriclcVlmdLsecklngestab,
W
Stau of Idaho. Dept
Depanment of Health
Michael Patrl
„,-T -—
andVW£are.aiUdSui
I Sunpon Servtca v i
llshment of
{
if paternity:
blnh cenifleate
Tg. Seeking cstnblishchangedton
RtoudoG.Cutlema.S
>nrflea defendani os (athcr;
. ment of paternity:
hJy support plus 45 p ^ t
ity: b ln h cenUIcate
$160 month!)
w ifrihw
ges (or plaintiff changed to reilcctI dcf
defendant os b ihcn
o(mcdicale>;
expenses not covered by InCknn Combe amounts tobo
coJ p ro w n at SOpenxntofmedladi
irovldc medical insurance:
laJcapoiscsrutcovsunmce: pro
tit^a o m n ey ^ to a n d aK
ti
»sts;o(hetttUe{
ered by iRsinncc;
|
asts of blnh: $330 attomey^
cc: provide
medical
$8.139forcos
ts tho a w n d ^ Just. Plali
rialntllbseeking Insurance;
atto
ists.
atto m e /s fees and
fecsandcosti
irimbunemenifolnimles
4cs sustained In
IdahabepanmentofHealdj
State oflda
a vehide a c d d e n L . lintilb
ti^
e. Child Suppon Services vs.
demand
SutsofldahokDept
>panm entofH calth
andVVUfare.!
glas WUsoa Seeking estabandW drare.Chl]^
1Support Scrvtaa vs. ' Ryan Dougla
iedcuig establish ment
Ushiaent 5fofpaternity; 55 percent of
periseanotcomedbylnsurflCftS
ofpaten>lty;mimon
monthly support plus
tnedlcalexpei
ance: provide
Ide medical Insunince: $961
3 6 p a ^ o fm e d icIcalexpoisesrtoccova l<
SuieofIdaho.Dcpenme
tmentofKeabh
ered by Insurance:
i
if binh;
$330 attorney^ fees
» : provido
medical
for costs of
t
' and VW&io vs. KVnnneJ ,N.
N. PampanttL
insurance; *330 attorney’
atto
s fees and
andcosts.
SedingSSnJM IbrRqjpor
ip o n b m p tlo r
costs,
Idaha Department ofHcalih
Statoorida
petfod: S1S7. moruhiy Bipi
upport p h u 45
- SuueofldahaDepj
c. Child Suppon Services vs.
> p a n m u tt of Health
andW dfami
iseanotcom td
and V*Uiire. Child
Sut
I Support
Services vs.
Lanyl.Down
m e ^ ln s u iMike Scoa Pcacock.
5
•342moml3ysul)ponplus67
dcSeekiM
establishpaternity; $34
sand costs.
ment of paternity;
cspenaes not covllty; $43o monthly
percent Ot medical
m
tmentofHealth
suppon plus 77 perco
Asurance: provide medical
ercent of medical ex>
ered by Insi
and VSUGuv \ u Kynime} N. Runporau.. penses not covcrcd
ered by Insunmee;
Insurance;$i217forcostsofblnh:S330
$i
Seeking *289.73 far luppor
p o n to ra p riM
provide medical insurance:
Insuj
$5,448 fer
attorney^ (eea
wsandcosts.
pettod; $106 momhly Bipi
upportplus21
costs of blnh: $330
ar
Idaho. Depattmem of Health
10 anotney^
fees and
Stateoflda
w is a not covpercent o f medical opens
andVMfare,<
ered by Innuance: pravl
[Wide medical
StaieofldahaDeps
>partm ento(H ealih
Joshuaasidu
Insunnce: $363 a tto muey’
e/ a fees and
and VWlare. Child
icll^jDonihly suppon plus'
ISSut
u p p o n S erv lcn v i
o lp u a n ity.i
.
,^
U o Jasper. Seeking
c
ofmodicalapQuesnotcovftg establishment
of
SOpoceniofi
SiateofldahaDcpanme
tmentofHealth
paternity: blnh cenlll
ntlflcate changcd to ' crcd by Insu
uuranec; provide medical
and W d b m Child Suppon
)ort Servicea w
n jiect defendant
a (ather: $161
$2.se7forcostsofblnh:$330
It as
insunnce:$2.
locobhw i Goodrich.
CCSBitd costs.
plus 52 percent o(
atiomey%recs
ment of paternity: *34
not covered by Insiu*
Stateoflda
Idaho. Depanment of Health
support plus 74 pereeni lofmedlcalcxof
ance: provide med
c. Oiild Support Services vs.
medical (nsunmce:
and\NUfaie.(
penses not covered by
by Insurance: «^27forc»»tsofblnJ
a Seeking establishment of
blnh: $330 atto m e/s
Sean Dugan.
ptuvfda medical Insurencc;
Tce; $330 ottoi- fcesandcosti.
Ipereentofmedlcalexpenspaumlty.Slp
ney^ fees and cosu.
tred by Insurance; provide.
Jepanm entofllealih
es not covcr
State of Idaha Depanmc
m a n rfH ea lth
n n d v S f f ^I Suppon
i^
sunmce; $2,435 for costs of
Services vs.
medleal Insui
and Wei&n. Child Stmpon
attomey'sfoesandcosts.
w n S c n te a w
Jed Thomas Mutbeirj
)eny. Seeking estabblnh;$330att
Cun David P u n t . ^ iin
^ g establishllshment of patctnlty
mlty; $101 monthly
m ent of patm lty ; blnb c e r i ^ t e
support plus 41 pcton
OTcnt of medical « •
n iv n r MIS
Q f ile d
cium ad to icflM ctefendai
idant as father
p«nscs not c0%'cfcd
Mcd by Insurance;
S235monthlysupponplus5
u s 5 7 p a t ^ o f provide medical Insun
isurance; $330 attor*
Q n th b LeeWiymeniV5.RyBnMcnll
Le<
t n e d l c a l o g a u a ^ O Tw^ e d Iv Insur*
ney^ (ees ajid costs.
s. • • ■
WajmenL
\fcnnm» Luna vs. Jena Alisse
isurance;$3,149
State of Idaho. Depa
JepartmentofHcflJth
for casts of blnh: *330 ott
ottomeylsftes
and Wtdlaie. Child1Support
Sur
Sendees vs.
luna.
andcosts.
.Pultovs.DeniscaRillct.
n. S
establishC u nlsaP
i
Aubrey S. Johnson.
Suite of Idaho, Deponroc
lacobson VS. Crista M. JacobirocmcfHeaith
ment of paternity;
I
ty; birth
certificate
OintlLJac
and VSWare. ChUd Suppon
w n S e iv te vs.
chanced u> teCectdefendant
deft
as father,
soa
Ftandico Manud Romera
aaS ecH nges$238 monthly support
'Port plus G2 pcTcem
Naomia a StanseU vs. RIcfcy Lynn
abliihmemofpatemliy;*!
-;$146momhly
o f medical cq)enS^n.
es not covered by InSuinsdL
Sn
l i a K l l m , M i l < < l , U tl ae
^
jtdiup
But bring your own ketc
1 wouldn't dare use th e ssn
n iff fl
m yfridga
■ .S f« « Crump is The 71,
Timesi
Ncwsfiatures editor.
The MM'Caula Iri’Une
ine
Hockey Asjociatlon
M arch 21" th ru April
, / r D onnelley S port
; ;
TTs
13000verlandAye.Buriey,
5y.m .;
Leagti 0 la f o r 6 - 1 8 y e a rrco ld £
*25 f o r i child or *50 p er famlV
fa
First yoar players BTB fi
Games are ployed a t til
tiie
Heybum hockey rink nex
ext to]
tiie baseball Held on 18tii
Itil St. J
The season will befrom
April 7lhlhrough May 21si
and gasrw are played
Thursday and fru&y
evenings and Saturdays, i
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Sinll);MiKtl27,2005
Idaho
Coimfy
asks for
drought
declaratioon
Canyon
CALDWELL CAP) — Can
will ask
County com m issioners will
for a d to u f^ t em crgcncy dc
w hat’s
ration b e c a u sc o f wt
statingshaping u p to b e a devaslat
ly d iy sum m er growing sca5
season.
H ic com m issioners mletw
e n ith.
reprcseniatlves from the
Itc 'U,S.
D epanm en t b f Agriculi
culture
[•arm Servlcc agency and the
University o fld a h o Coo pera
iaciciision to review w ater
ter |proji’ctions from th c county'fo
forrth e
summer.
“W e'rccxpcctingapooryj
Jucaior
s;ild Jcny Ncufeld, a n educ
an d crop specialist with thc
tension
University o f Idaho’s cxteni
'Unless
ofilcc in Caldwell. “Un
drastic
som ething very, very dra
changes, you b e tte r plan
|a n on
having Qshort w ater year.”
tnM
Commission Chalnnan
N att
Beebe said tlic p anel will nmeet
(his week to a d o p t a rcsolui
olutlon
asking Ihc co u n ty be recogrcc
nlzed as having a drou
emergency, w iiich will p v c I
gation districts an d farm
latevcr
bolter a b ilit to use whatc
water is available.
Ihc com m ission will sub
its request to th e govemor
nor for
final approval after being re - .
viewed t»y tJic state Dcpartm
rtment
.of Water Resources. Gov. Dirk
t
Kempthome rarely denies
s ssi
uch
il request, said his spokesm
Mike Joumce.
Usually. G m y o n (bounty
{
ilygcts
about 2.1 milUbn acre feet
water. An acre foot Is enoi
enough
water to cover a n acre o]flan
f lc d
witJi ivater a foot deep. An
a'
Jl ade(|itatc supply is 1.5 million
a
m acre
feet, but projections tiiis year
y
■ peg that n u m b e r at 1,2 m li
acre feci.
"ifyou have less lhan 1,5
e
.Smillion, you don’t have enough
ugh to
get tlirougli th c year. Ict w
lor storage,” Neufcld.
He said farm ers are cult
niiting
back on th eir planting to prep
pare for a dry sum m er.
■|he N am pa & Meridian
in IIrri!
gallon Dtetrict is tiic largest of
several irrigation disulcts t
canal com panies that serve
rve the
uien.
Officials say thc distr
Istrict,
which delivers w alcr throi
m ore dian 500 miles of r n n n k
10 G4.000 acrcs o f farmlaj
could run o u t o f w ater by 1late
August an d alT ca late-seai
season
crops. In a norm al year, irri;
Inlgation Ia.sis tl i r q u ^ O aobcr.
I d a h o I l e g i s l a t o nr s e x t e n d )g r a c e p e r i o d f o r 111
t i e d i c a l b i ul |
BOISE (A P )-T h eld
e ohoL egislature h as votcc
te d to
u n in su red ' hospital
itol p atie n ts
m o re tim e to pay off
o ffth eirm ed ut risking a
leal bills wftfaout
governm ent Uen oUl
n itheir propI h e Senate and H
Hoouscogrecd
to give people five; yi
years before
m d cover uncounties step In and
u p from two
m edical bills,, ui
y c o ^ un d cr cuiTcntl
itlm
^ th
liJglalatw^ h oM
i e longer
ves paU ents
8"®“ ■period gives
__________ •
Idaho boardin
ing
school goes
out of busines!
»s
BONNERS FERRY. (AP) boarding school an d Bound
mdary
-•
County’s l;irgcst private cmpli
nploy.
.
er announced it w as going(o
oui
u to f' ’
Business.
. CEDU E ducational Scrvl(
irvlccs
boasts students from thcc rich
ri
and famous including childi
lildren
of broadcaster Barbara Walt,
Valters
and actrcss Roscarmc Barr. Il 1
been operating for about
mt 40
years, charging ^ ,7 0 0 a mor
nontli
per student at schools'in Idal
Idaha
(California a n d Vermont. It has
1 ■
four "emotional growth" scho
chools'
In Boundary County.
The company, started by Pa
Springs, Calif, businessm an
^
uiMcl
• Wasscrman, previously dos
closed
ils Rocky M ounuiin Academy
:m yln
Naples, Idahd, b u t kept open
x n it s
wilderness arid transldonal
pi
ill programs and Its Boulder Crcck
a
ckand
'N orthw est acad em ics In
n th c .
county.
Now about 301 students —
— will
mostly firom o u t o f suite —
\
‘ ■ bcsen tb ac k to th c lrh o m c 3.si
Julia Andrick, th c com pan
markctins a n d comihunTcati
cation
manager Ul S a n d w ln t
About 260 h l^ c r-w a g ce jobs
ja
will b e los t in n o rth e m Idaho, i
eluding
B onners
Fa
Fcny.
3 a n i ^ l n l an d C oeur d’Alci
said Kathryn Ibckc, rc^or
^o n a l
labor econom ist for Idaho ComCoi
m crcc and Labor.
Hj
.
-
m ore opportun
tunlty to pay their
. Even1 tth o u ^ coundes have
d eb ts before> th e burden sh ifts. the right
h t to put liens on the
1, a n d say It could
property
to taxpayers,'oi
cy o f people who aiedesave state an
n dd c o u n ^ govern- d a rc d Indigent
ir
because they
m c n t3 u p to $S22 minion
r
annually, c a n t aflb
3brd their medical bills,
fllmtvrt n w p f
“In m y o pln io
k n .lfth e p e n o n
H a d le ynfllri
s
h a s th e iibilitj
Uity to pay, w h y h a p p w
' leavingtrnqiayersto
is —
should w e lo
n ot t Ict th e m p o y r p l u u p ith
tl ecost
asked Sen. Did
Dick Compton. RIdahoDhI a s on e o f th e highest
C oeur d ’A lena
le.
tm lnsure
re d rates in th e natioR,
T h c bill h aidd been
I
backed b y w ith th e iunem ployed, self-emcoim ty ofBdals,
als, induding Bon- ployed,. m in o rity m em bers
n o c k C ounty
ty C om m issioner .o n d .th oloise vdio suffer from
StcvoHadlcy.,
m en tal1 1Illnesses am o n g th e
tiely iritl
hhis
i p e s t per capita.
Association. "It absolute!
I
tfospltals
id le d against th e
rastsfoi]
(Teases th e
care coi
me
meastire.'
arguing th a t d v ln
g
Ing
c v e ^ n e e ls e .”
pal
patients
mote tim e to Honor
ffldalatl
nor
M uilyn Speim . an oQli
the debts would u n b h ly 8^[lift Pocatello’s ro rtn e u f Medical
their
Mi
the
nolhos-^
use C enter said amalXreglona
tbe burden onto them b ecause
the b e fprced to c a n y deUniscfromj
theyll
to pitals could s tand to lose
qiu
$75,000
to
$I004»0
p
er
ye
quent accounts longet
1
That..
In tum , could m e■an
an
But H adley said hos
c 3 ta ^
hhlg
l^ ie r fTiw4frni costs for everyty m ust ste p u p a n d take m
mioreo^
otu in Uaho^ officials w a rn e td .. theload.
one
'
”We
all know there's costnslbility'
istT h ey V e g ot a respons
sh i
shifting.”
^ d Steve M illard,
i d . In Uie sam e w ay th e ccio u n ^
pre
presidentoftbe
Idaho H ospitals
:als
d o e si'h e sa ld . '
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L IN E
" E a ig l e s l
S p o R x sQ u o rE
T h e r e ’s n o t h i n g
^ - b a k e d a b o u t th is
“
t o u r n a m e n t . Y o u ’r e
^
e i t h e r a l l t h e w a yr ,
t o e ai j | h
Central Arizon;
pounds CSI, 83-50
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m i n i ’s b i ig
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c o m e b a c lk
Ju p e n d s
By Kevin CoOnit
Tlma»Wew» w rtter
A riz o n a
I The Associated Press
The d ^
SAUNA. K a a — Th(
bird (hat fell from the
h e rafters
ROSEMONT, fiL - KeepI die
tl
an d landed in front o)fdieC:olf (1
t h e r e ’s a l o t o f g u y s
tbus nm n in g and point II towa
vard
lege o f S outhem Idaho
h o bench
St. Louis. ThiUiks to a ]aw>dro
ropth a t s till w a n t to
cany in th e gam e was
'its only a
p
in
g
com
cback,
lllino
lois’
sign o f things to come
ne for the
Jotuncy has anodier log left::tiic
ti
p la y b a s k e tb a ll.
G olden Ea^es.
Final Fo ur.
g.
Just like th e bird, the
ihe E a^cs
ding
Wltii Deron Williams Icadii
7
fen Oat an d h a d to bee S
I
scooped
td ie way, the lUlnl staged1 ai n
'
off the Door after b d rig
lgccrushed
eleculfying an d improbab
able
— S a in t lo s c p h 's c o a cd hi by Central A rizona Colli
ihen
trally to force overtime and tii<
P h il M a rtc lll, a b oo uutt 50 in the cham plonshij
1
0-89
held
o n to beat Arizona 90-1
th
*
o
f
the
NJCAA
Women's!
m a k i n g I t t o th e
S aturday night to win ti
d ie .
”
ballC ham pionshlponSc
iS aturday
s c m i f l n a l s o f t h e NN nir a t the Bicentennial Cci
C
( hicago ReglonaL
Center fri
T im in g 75-60 widi four mil
nin—
S allna.K aa
.utes
left. Illinois showed why
tiy it
.1
*1 thought diat w as supposed
SUI
rtvia
w as No. 1 most of the season.
n.
to jinx th em .” CSr head
!aa coach
'
uauP
Q u e s t io n :
"It’s h ean man, it’s Just hean
art,"
Randy Rogers Joked. 'I shot it
Dee
W hat d o Phi] Mickclson,
;on, right w hen a ^ 1 w as' '<
at ^ u t to
iaid.
B
Arnold Palmer, Santty b/ic and
2n d
shoot a n d It cam e dowi
own right
. .
liole
Moik O'Meara have in common?
on? w h e re itw assu p p o sedIta
to N c v e r
was
;
^
seen th at before.
...anstver below
If it
___
, T h ird-seeded a n dd d iirdjant
tanked CAC (35-1) w on
il d iird
n its
was
I n B R IE F
n ad o n a l cham plonshl
sh ip by
m eant
to
domirmting every facct of th e
b a ' A nd 1guess It was m eant
It ito
game. T he Vaaueras con
xntrolled
b
be
lh
a
t
we
go
to
die
Final
Fbui
lur."
p b y In the p aint widi1 6
«en
T h e mini (36-1), who’ve bee
. Alsna M oham m ed a n d ran
r (he
able to.drive to their two tou
Dur- .
jjiu Hoor relendessly wiUi
ih Kodak
TWIN FA U S — TW n Falls
n a m e n t sites In Indlanapol
lolis
„
Player o f th e Year Shf
S haqulna ■
County Babe R uth baseball reg­
a
n
d
suburban
Chicago
so
fa
far.
points in
istration for ages 15-19 will ^be Mosley to rack u p IB po
can keep on busing.
ned a n d
held on M o n d ^ , M arch 28 from uonsiU on. M ohammec
In St. Louis, they will plz
cc
ost
. .
6-8 p jn . a t th e K aim on tjji- Mosley w ere nam ed co-m
Louisville (33-4), which railie
L
ase valuable players for thee nto u m aV '
Recrcatlon Building. A release
0 from a 20.point dcGdt Saturdi
^
m ent.
form signed b y p<uent o r legal
tl b e a t West Viminia. 93-85 i
to
e
"It was really key to5 run
r
th e
^
guardian for playeis u n d e r £the
'0
buovertim e and take die Albi
ion floor.” sold Mosley, w hoofinlshed
fh
age o f 18 a n a a $65 registration
q u erque Regional
w ith 18 p oints and five
rt! iassisti
fee is required a t tim e of r c ^ mai ,
T h e last tim e two regioni
on, “T h at’s w hy (head coat
oatlon. r a r m o rc infonnation,
oach Lin ,•
final
gam
es
went
into
overtire
ime
}84 Laiusen) h a d pushed uuss every
contact Brent Jusscl a t 734-6384
| i 0 - ^ i ■' a g ^ V » n
in
hen
day. She h a d us nmnlng
o r Linda Brittsan a t 734-2633.
il d ie sam e year was 1992 whe
Ing every
•
Q iW S
M ichigan beat Ohio State, and
an
m o m in g th ro ctim esaw
wee c k at6
K '- '' I .
.£
•Duke
eliminated Kentucky.
»Q
o’clock m th e moming."
g c i -V>
Williams tied this game an
and
Top-seeded and top-i
p-ranked .
& i ||H
c
apped
a
stunning
20-5
run
by
ib
.
CSI (34-2), w hose sccond
ind-placc!
hhitting a 3-polnter widi 38 sct
scco olhlsto-■
HAGEBMAN — H agcrainn flni3hl3th(?bcstlnschool
.'
w e ,'. 9
onds Tefr in regulation, maklr
dng
CM ry, h im g in d ie gamn e early,
.
Youth Athledcs announces
.it 80-80.
trailing Just 15-14 foU
following
'
"eariy blid” registration for JT-.
Arizona (30-7) went up by/115
iris L e n k aam o v a‘sIayup.B
B uu tli^o s
Bail, Boys basebaU, a n d Giils
' points w ldi’four m inutes toIggo
[ h e ' close a s th e Eaj^es would
ild co m e, . • .
softball on M arch 28-29 a t the
eanimn/rWliMHi' after
^
o n 18-6 sp u n tiiat mc
me­
ool as CAC scorcd 15 of d ie
10 rnext 17
Hagetmnn H c m e n ta w School
ed by Central Arizdna College defenders
del
iter Denlta Svarova Irtmothered
rtable 3 Q< Golden E a^es center
Shaqulna Mosley,
nm entarily silenced a larg<
rge,
from 6 - 8 p jn . Fees will be $5 for p o ln tsto tak eaco m fo rtal
orange-clad partisan crowd.
tes. 16 edge.
all reglstnulons after these dates.
12, and Atoha Mohsnt
hsmmsd during the Vaqueras^ 83Idaho at the
' K
->0
13-60 win over ttie College (rf Soutbem
Sot
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But
th
e
Illini
didn't
play
like
celt
a ll
"W e c a m eo u tju s tn otrratfy,"
o ti
For any quesdons, please call
NJCAA Women’s BMk
laaketball Division I Chanplontblj
iblp In Salina, Kan., Saturday nigl
lig h t;.
_
^
was over. And it w asn t
said CSI’s Sidney D m dbri
lorff.who
Roben PetroiKk a t 8 ^ -9 0 7 a
led d ie team widi 13 poi
^c’d : s ^ g g l e to .beat- that
, Please sec COMEBACK, Page:C2
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tiiink w e w ere just a litd
I. any . n i ^ t if tiiey‘played
prised. T h ey playcd
-vay they did to n l^ t,” hc J
If
dcfcnseondjustplaycdtl;
,
FILER — TWin RiUs County
(chnlcal&'conmiiml-.
^e£Nfiliu.Afllz6NA83,CSI&0 ’
Kan.
. .
notl St9tfiTech
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' “ M T ^ L c d O ld 'M o sley
Babe Ruth b aseball registration
f t i i S S S . 'S
iCBiwt
tyCpUe£e70
9'
.
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WlWflCC) ■
'
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will be held for Filer area rcsl- stru n g to g ed ier. six st
sofame
' TMnM
^{ilate'ganie
fr>JM1 Ntityl *M6*4440411.Drw Siew
d ents ages 13-19 o n TUesday, p o in ts d u rin g th e CAC
tSmith66,
South
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>ioMe.klq
I.
Kn m OwHBum »0M 0.
.)'70,Ubtters'
ArtonsasA
rtS
l
a
b
n
^
M0W,^a™(Mo.|'70
jie M o sle y sc o re a o n c e o n l
M arch 29 Erom 7-8 p.m . at the
L-wOOOOO.MmW«m&l9aa.Kra
f
1
Plains (ToxoaX
hum m ed
S«1«(T ™ J48
065
,
E s iij;
out layout w hile Mohai
W ildcat Baseball Q u o h o u s c icI^
• e m t...
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irplavers
.
Rflh^i*c*gi
hind Filer Elem entary SchooLLA
A bruised die CSI interiorp
. V.
an.) 78, ClriclnCentral Arizona
i CSI 50
Seward County (Kan.)
la 83.
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i»»»2aSri«i<iu>j»'t.i]:]i&0n« Tl
release fonn signed byparcn t oorr \vith tw o baskets in die•ps
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7>l.imCiMmM01'}1I.teraU:«Wfra] ~
Is“She’s a hoise," Lauiser
---------------- =—
se n said.
legal guardian a n d a >65 regis­
---- r -----------------------r M1MI1.1U
krl01Ma
■'IM13mu
“Very a d ilc d a E i^ te een
n years ‘ ately following some
DUBAI, United Arab Emirate
tration fee Is required a t t bis
&
Ites
!steals w ere critical
j m e o f h e r l 3 - tfio u g h td iest
O M lTcaii»nM a
.
)n, old. IVe never seyn a boc
—
fo
tim e. For m o re inform ation,
3ody like . rebounds. CSI sholji
o«rc«p.caajt«i.«j(oni-csi
- It’s party Ume In diedesen for
baskets- iMi^«nT
o tju s t3 6 p e rW ogotsom le.tiansidon
e.i
84 that."'
Kiui
contact Brent Jussel a t 734-6384
c c n t from the fioon
oon CAC also
o n thaL" '
K Ramsey.
o r Linda B dttsan a t 734-2633.
}$6
T he Vaqueras sho 150}pcrcent
w
After
Roses
in
May
won
die
S
snogged 17 steals1coi
compared to
F-orRogcis,:
s ,h ek n e w H lste a ^ i ‘
from th e Qeld. dianks m
in largo fo u rfo r die Eagles.s. •
.
mlUionOubalVMDridCuponSat
kit. cau g h t -a’ national
m
cham pl- ocMWAfk
ltiro«i-CSI2I.CWMtk(U-C&<l7>- Ul
uiday niglit — and added $3.i
p a n to M oham med's 14
^3.6
4 ppoints. .
“I th o ii^ it we pk
playcd great
onshlpsquadi
i d o n a ^ A tw h e n it m illion to Ramsey's bonk acac
m any o f \vhlch d u n e inim
inii edi- defense,” Loursen
:
:n said.
... I
w as alm ostuntouchable.
un
. .• .
Ct
count — die owner hoistedi a;
'crJEROME — T lie Icram o
3ns
Recreadon D istrict Is offering
from P u b a li mling sheiks ani
md
a n upper a n d a low er division
said h e plans M stick around fo
■
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sa
for
a d u lt softball league with
th
il
aw h lla
ay By Erie Larsen
gam es being p k y c d o n lU csday
•.
.
"We’re
going
to
have
a
cham
m -. '
n - TImwWavw writer
a n d T hunday evenings begin­
I
pogne
a
n
d
roses
party
tonight,'
M,”
n in g the first w eek o f Moy.
ly.
• J
Ramsey said. "Thu Is die bigges
^ t
Sponsor fee w ill b e S340 for’
or
HUTCHINSON, Kan.- Ifd ie
m om ent IVe had in ra d iu so (iu
Cu,
‘
low er division a n d $210 for
o r College o f S oudiem 1
absolutely.
ab
R i^ t now I
liki
Ike
u p p e r division a n d needs to be
be men’s basketball team k
r
I’
m
king
o
f
die
mountain.”
p aid by April I. Player fees are
'P how to d o o n e thing, It^s fii
T
h
e
-retum
trip
to
tentuck'
^
for In-dlstrict a n d $35 for
Of
A season o f suong tfir
o ljc s
rcMdt* '
will
out-of-dlstrict a n d a re d ue by cam e to . a n end., Sati
wi have to wait av4ii!e. Roses if
C om olttk»(*
t(K M ’
.M
May, runner-up in his last twc
wo
April 29. There Is a 12 player evening in Hutchinson.>oturday
Kil
. N.D. College of Scleno
lenca'88.
raccs — die Bleeders’ Q ip Oasi
m inim um p e r team . a ss
the G olden Eagles brpezct
and th e Dorm Handicap — hi
hit
Chipola Junior College 84'
tiie jackpot in die wodd^ riches
est .
die d d rd -p lace gam e o
tiio
til r o u ^ r e d horse racc.
2005 .NJCAA' Meffs Bask
Thking die lead aflcr tiie firs
irst
Division I C hampionship
tum a t die Nad al Sheba nice
ce, , T b ta H i^ t f o i
e - nam cnL
JEROME— N orth Side Base­
track. Roses in May needed Uttic
Itie
* e sis4 ;a,l0 0 i.; Colli*
ball Is registering players ages
cs
CSI p u t d ie finish toI aa 33-3
encouragem
en
ent
from
jockey
cey .
13-15 (a«asofli3 y 3 1 ,2 0 0 5 }foorr
season in style, as sopho
ihom ore
• .. •
John
W
lazquez
in
beadng
Dyn
Jol
fnr
th cir Babe Ruth baseball le a ^ e1C.- ccnter M oham rped Kone
ever
ev b y (hiee lengdis.
Playera from ‘Jerome, Lincoln,
^
h am m eicd a one-handed
lay
a n d Gooding counties are invit­
rp T he 5-year-oIa Roses in Mo)
It- widi u n d e r tw o m inutes
I to
a .left
..
•
su
sivept
around die outside tc
to
ed . All players w a n tin g to
10 se a ld ieg am e. .
seize
sd
control and become the
Jie
participate m ust a tte n d o n c of
e s team •w id il2 p o ln B ,C h ilpola
lp o would0*
A loose G olden Eagjes
fu) American hoisic to win tiu
fliUi
iie
th e foUowiiu registrations at
h e field. n ’tc h a H n i^ fo rd io lc
^
shot SS-^Macent from du5
rai h d d in this bcachiieni
racc
)nt
The-Jerome R ecreadon District
m e d ia t
^ ty ^ s ta to u g h gigom
a I etoplay
?
d e c i l e ploying tn a gome
sh
sheikclom.
lo c a u d at 2030 S. Lincoln in
co
Greg [
^
was adm ittedly wtigji to0 Ret
g UD in,” Cjilpola h ( ^1 coach
ChoctinvNationQnishcdtiilit
ir i
Jerome: Tuesday, Mar. 29 from
^ H elar said. “I've been
K n d ie re a s a
In tiu; lOdi running o f die Worid
rid •
5-8 p jn . or Thursday, M a t 31
dissap- p l ^ . so 1 know CSI
'W e wero obviously di
C SIw nsntall
Qgi, giving Amciiran horses3 ta • •
from 5-8 p.m . Players m ust
_
pointed."
so
p
h
o
m
o
re
,
!
I
D
ani
}
o
c
^
u
p
about
play
playing
a
t
^
’‘H
-svv
•sweej) o f die 125-mile racc
cc.
b riru a b l i ^ ccrtlQcau: (if new
s
f
\
'
1
to
play
either.”
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Hazut
said,
“w
e
w
anted
D y n c ^ a K c n tu ^ -b red now
ow
10 league), p a r e n t o r legal
out a n d '
Bodi team s spread'
eod-the playat e i ^ t . b u t w c cam e oui
n id n g in Saudi Arabia, wns rid­
guardian, a n a $65 re^strotlon
id- ,
Nq w ers ■ in g tim o a i o u ^d,, givirig a ..
jQ took caro 'o f business. Wo
dc iqr Jose Santos oiulChoctaw
fee. For moro inform ation, call
den
SW
Ws ju st ch ance for younger
pi
irploycisiikc
L o ny o r D ebbie Bos a t 324- m ore relaxed t o o l ^ Wc
N
atkm
h
a
d
Vkxor
Espinoza
up.
p■•
4**hlp<>)^); Jn?-tr«nr^ indCSIbN
i
ld: 8104, D ardo Bobrow sU aa tt'' Kadfim."
The V b ild Qq> w as die cen3138
-lead
F
lansen
to
>
shine.
a
CSI
h
d
d
a
slim
40-38
ne.
H
ansen
324-2346 o r C harieen Stoudcr
teroiece o f a seven-race, $1515
25
ip<5^ o n 1. scored e l ^ t points,
vrf
>, alter hoUUme,. b u t lumpc;
^.Viiiilesoph,
at536^6237.
minion card at the track, a horsese^
Chipola mldwiQ' tnrougt
ig h d ie om oro Bruru> Claudi
ludino c am ei
an d co m d -n cin g
out*
laCantflodttamttsSreporti
sred o n o lfth e b c n c h to a d ddsev
se c n o fh is •
"
second h a lt H azut scorc
sk le th e c ^
ski
”
dutcco n secu tlv o E ag Jesp
sp o ses- o w a
In t h e $2 million UAE Dctbw
■Ru v ia A n s w e r ;
^
sions to; m ake the'score
13 (6 3 ^
''B ru n o vms d ie opla'
lay c ro fth e
Bli
Ihies a n d Royals rolled to o 12IBirow n gam e. T hat shows t o
o before ream nuteJam aalB
T h c / l t th e o n ly players to
victory for Shlek
ek
tttiwm ldaho1i''M ob^'K oiH^rrtotBdaagilnttCW
rt
pola : , . }engtb
«
sf dropped In a n tm contesu
ssted 3 - k n o w a s 8 coach,” (
m ake oirdla o n th e final nolo of
M oham m ed^
Dubal-based
ed
^Godolphln R o d n g .an d radng
I(Mwaida K a i ^ T a t t b o ( i) ^WM a i t o B d t t i n t a t l n
lc o d to . c o o d i (jib Arnold said
(he final rouxid to w in th e M as­ pointer to w iden (ho ( S IIle
n™tla»oia»1
n NJCAAMm i Ii B a M t l l DM
6 ^ H w ith 9 i0 7 1 cft.D esp
lt d io "H e dkW l play a totlBTplar
v st sI I o r i l C ^ o o i h l p -me
p lte
lot
ters. M lddson\} birdie p u tt on
• m anager Simon Ctisfbrd ««in
b r w a r d ;. a fte r h e got Injured
ts b esteflbrtqoffrcahm anibr
N a 16 a t A ugusta N adonal was
ired. b u t 'h e ' I b M p l a c * -in
^ * 8 « tsi^ a ttlM H u t(IiltttonSpoH
ni
aA rm laK trtcbtadu
die 3-yeaiKdd c ^ win nm in die
he
G enard jackson,
(Inl
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Ko>tuckyDeri3yonMi77.
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Batie Ruth soon
Sp®
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Hagerman announces
early registration
~- p l
Filer Babe Ruth
signops are Tuesday
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sketball
NJCAAWomen's Bast
dVSc”.'! , - . D)lvIs|on
M I Championsh]
iiip : ■
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Roses in Majiy
wins racing’ss .
richest prize
Adult softball
offered In Jerome
1 G S I m e nn
finish strrongvtakee
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t h i r d a t ]N J G A A
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AMen’s
Basketball Dl
i Champloni
s
North side holds
registration soon
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e o n Friday,
Idaho IO p lay 20 Innirtgs 5
iuUslc. pitched
day; con clu aiiig Game 1
ow ing 11 runs
innings, w in n in g 4-0, and
stru ck o ut five
beating h o st Eastern Uiai
Utah 6-1. an d walked d u t eJ..
...
an d 10-2 laier.
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arcdArc- *
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In th e lO th inning, Jarcc
h a n .hit a tw o-out' double.
do
2 S -' S0COBS J4J
C a tch e r IcffATickcrs hll h im wf>'U.aT«,u>.M.fn
hom e, fo r th e game-vvlr
ivinmng
n tto
By , ■
run. k e n ‘Fuglcrud. Seim
L'an Puts
'Km 2. miU
^ mI
then h it ***»
bmw
a n d Josh M cFarland Ihe
Scm i-j” .
RBI singles 10 m ake It 3-0
b
■Obcforc
H e a o r M artinez scored ai
er for th e 4-0 lead.
.
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. . coixio
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T u p tc d a •
T he snow storm Intcrrup
j^ a n c e ’
stro n g p itc h in g perform
from T odd Privcti, lyho
I'
a
10 had
] 2 {|
Innings
,
S o f tb a !
no-hiitcr t l i r o u ^ four: Ini
before'the snow storm hJi.1
lic.Hien: T W n F allS g 0 6s Ss M
was still snow o n Uie field S
0
a Sc 'a d ; a t B o r a h In v ite
day m orning, vsaid CSI
BOISE— Hie'IVvi
Rvin Falls H i *
BoomerW alkcr. • '
Bruins softball tear
K CSI sq u a n d e re d aI basesb
cam im pnjvod
restart 10 7-0 o n the scasoi
loaded situ a tio n to ' rt
M n w ith a 5-0
ling
•
'vin over M ountain
G am e I Satiirday moming
Ito M ew a nd a
ter Karl) 6-4 decision over Ga
■ T h e key w as (pitclter
lid ‘H e
Bprah w ent 4-0
i mi d id Ita lM ejlhoIm .‘ . W alker said,
.rding to headberiine 4-0, accordi
threw great.lominat* coach Nick B aum er
SiartcrlVoy G rundy dom
,
"It was a good \\
cd th e Hrst six lim in g in Game
C
crs'.com- us," Baumert said. *
2 while th ree CSl pitchcrs'.t
fally a ' ^ S
Game 3. ourselves mental!
bined for th e w ln 'in Gar
«hcd for Boise (Friday) ant
The CSI b atters connedci
b ac k a n d h a d a g o o c
21 h itso v c rth c fln a ltw o■ogamcs
g;
'Rvin Falls (7-0)) nnext plays at
lo lo k c control.
lg iday," . Minico Thursday,
"It w a s a long, long
Walkcr^said. "But lo comnee co u to f ,
Trt.hfl*B.Me«Dli
this w ith th ree wins is gooc
;ood."
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C09S1I9- : II •
Middleton b e a t M
Miinico in Ihc
ZtMlo^iil. Ctmn(n«i]B<fiar«a7!li^
MUr
PruvUi incn«lWi9>(r)in3M^niCSl.
tl cs o*»,, opener 1-0 on a n imt
jn e o m e d ru n .
:a CJi.t'a'iltl c<un
IS di ie n StrugT he Lady Spartans
a
ah all
S^cd defensively, recording
rc
H ig h S c h o o l B a s e b a
n aS
to ia lo f2 0 c rro rs in
a '-O lo ssio
c k toSkyvicw
.. K u n a ;a 5 -l sctback
B o is e 5 , T w in F a lls 1
*‘*•3 dcfcat a t ilie
ill h an d s of
BOISE — Errors’h uin
n 1T\vin‘
ns.
falls, a s th e Bruins fellI 5‘1
5- to the Vallivue Falcons,
[ier
Raquel
vision I
M inico catcher
Boise Higli in thc Dfvisl(
e
i a hom ech am p io n sh ip gam e a t'f th e Roberts was injuredd in
iday b u t may
collision Frida
Buck’s I ^ ^ Invitational toum
tou ac2 -5 S panans
aturdav playiliisw cek.'nie2m en t in
Boise .Satui
travel to PrcslonTUej
aflenioon.
Boksc pu lled away witli
t]
tliUirec
Saturtlay
.
runs in tlie third, two coming
con
•
Sk)Yl«w6, Mlnto
■Una
090CDI
cMi-MS
after an error.
c o s tly ,•..'The tw o errors were cos
.said liruin s c o ach fylike FedcriFet
CO. "Tliey com p eted a lot
b<
It better
VtfMw 14, Mlln!co3
bdc .
. VitM
t03(1}I<
* tlian w e did."
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scc
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' W edhesday at M inico.''
• ’ W day
ss.!s;
CHATDWO
tN O O G A .lhm . (AF)
— 1 5 0 AU-Ar
1-Atncrican S d m o n c
Augustus and
m d Scholanda Hoston each teoi
^ r e d 2 2 points to
help th e Lady
idyH gers e n d Liberling n m t h r o u g die
tv’s stuprislng
NCAA loumai
m om ent.-90-48 Satu id a y in thc
di • C hattanooga
Regional semil
2mifinalsThe42-poin
l o l n t m a r ^ o f victoiy w a s d i c e,&sec o n d -larg cst'ih '
regional scm
l
:ihiflnaj
history, be*
hind Louisian
liana Ibch’s 44-polnt
win over Purdi
Lirduc in 1990.
. ' Point guard
ard Ik m ck a Johnson
had 12 point:
lints a n d ' IS assists,
/ia Fowles h a d 10
'Sylvia
points for top o v c i ^ seed LSU
(32-2), tiying
I reach th c Final
ng to
F our for th
c scc o n d straight
iic
year.
LSU hashad
had n o p ro b lcm sa d vancing, outi
s u ts c o iu g its first
ncnts236-127.
T T ie ^ y F ^Flames(26-7),niakla
ing (heir nint]
linih appcarance In
m ent. b«M m c only
N a 13 seed to reach
rcS onallal sem ifinals tdter
„„,chi^'gheir first two n Caa
,o „ n ic y r tis .
vvas prepared for the
c i S S u f “ cevangelical
”
school.
down do m in an t 6foot-8 center
te r Katie Feenstra
“
8 h ern to
o nine points and
^
D u k e 6 3 , Ge
G e o r g ia 5 7
NOOGA. Tenn. CHA'ITANOf
Duke AIl-Ame
unerican M onique
Currie iiad 16 points
r
an d 12 rob ounds, tmd
Id )m ad e four free
c final 26 scconds 10
im ow sindiefii
victory for die seccvils(3l-4).
ond-sccdedlBIucD
BIi
/iUIams a d d ed 14
M isdc WiUii
points and 13 rebounds while
lilhandA lisonBalcs
W anishaSmilh
I.
n die final eight for
'
p
^
I# ^
mZM
■ NCAA D iv isiomn i l
Libflrty'i
y's RIma Mar£<vlclute, top, flgh'
Ights LSU'i Selmone A ugustus foi
hip
■
C lia m p io n sliii
the ball
illlnU ie n rft h a lfa tth s NCAAt
A wonien|< regional to urnam ent
■
W a s tib u m T O ,
lay In Chattanooga, Term.
ihesixd
a h tim e w ith h o ix s o f get)th eF inalF oi{rrorthefust
sin c e
20b3. Tasha
H um phrey,
ch
th e S oudicaslem
g r Sirencd freshm an o f th e
“had
^ a 16 points and 13 rcds to p a c c sbcth-sccded
G c o ^ a (24-10).'
B^aylor
) r 6 4 , M in n e s o ta 5 7
*IPE, Ariz. — Sophia
v ^
;*s day w as spcdal hours
! Baylor dppcidoIFagainst
» o ta In th c 'Ibmpc Rc.M inncst
p o n a iscm
lst ifinals.
ng followed an em odonal
«oung
)n w id ib c rm o d ie rb y a lreunion
leading
m ost single-handedly
sL
d ie Lad Bears to th'e NCAA
toum air
lin e n fs ro u n d of eight for
die Ci5t
st time, scoring 26 points
B r e ;2z e c ’s 2 7
CHARLOTH
ITE, N.C. (AP) —
Prim oz Brezcc
a cc h a d a carccrhigli 27 p o inu tst
s an d 11 rcboim ds..
to lead the Chai
3iariotte Bobcats to.
one o f their
r ost s u rp ris b g
ir m
wins o f the season,
sea;
a 94-92 vicHeat on
lory over dtic
ie Miand
1
Saturday night.
ffiie u p 94-91,Jason
W ilKQ ianott
Miami
sta
r
Dwyanc
Hart fouled Mia
ivent to d ie line a n d
Wade, who vven
m ade his iirst
fi dirow wilh 4
st fice
play. He missed Ihe
scconds to play
se co n d , and) got
gi h is ow n rebound, but his
his 3-pointer from
ilssed at th e buzzer,
diccomcrmIss<
S u n s 1 1 8 , M a g ic 1 1 6
ORLANDO,
:
0, Fla.
— Shawn
M ario n h a d 2277 tpoints and 14 reboimds. IM Johnson
lof
added 26
points, and Steve
Stei Nash had 23
■It' w as
w csom o,"
n n 1 c
hristophiir
lid LTQin
cr frontiw
seat.H
"She’s good. man. s S ^
10. ^ H - 'Stcllanlc Blackmon1 added
a
u n d s,'a n d ’ .
kI H
points and sbc rebour
'lo r w ith -’
secdnd-scedcd. Boylo
jid a tcsty^
. stood a laic threat anc
' final m inute to keep' dth e N a 3 .;
n a reium .'i •
^
Go>dcn Gophers from
77
‘.trip to die Final Four.
o f.
'M ■ ' Baylor (30-3), In d iec round
1
r a i ^ t seaj jj
16 for die sccond strai
I
son. will play die wi
w inner o f
Saturday’s late game I
rollna an d
H
top-seeded N ottn Caro
No. S Arizona State o n Monday
Four
night fo ra trip to Ihc Final
Fl
Inlndlanapous.
n w :
.C a f ll
helps
polntsar
andl2assistsforP hoenbc
Grant
nt HiU led O dando w idi
2 6 polht
ht^, DcSlia\vn Stevenson
added2:
22, a n d Steve Francis had
17 point
nts a n d n ine assists.
•*
B o lM S .T M in ^ l ,,
m otoo-i i ii
.
sn«»w fwp (!| M
!Vi?irrir.lI
w-'IVtj^ l-Sraman 30 Bcx.Stu
..
S e a t t l e P a c if ic 5 33
—
H O f SPRINGS. Ark.
A
cored 22
Brooke Ubelaker scc
l a Rivers
po in ts and Juw anna
sh b u m to
added 20 to lead Wash
NCAA Division UI women's
\
vlccham pionship widi a 70-53
7(
•aclfic o n .
*0^^ over S eatde Pac
Saturday., .
Jcaidc PaCarli Smith paccd Sci
s an d 13
w ith 14 points
Vood also
rebounds. Brittney Wo
c Falcons
h ad 14 points for die
3nt added
a n d Mlchcllc Bcaumon
10.
d. 12 for
.L o ra W csdlng had.
lich never
W ishbum (35-2), wide
n ln g scctrailed after th c operd
:u(!s held
onds. The Lady Blui
0-pcreent
S eatde Pacific to 20ilfa n d le d
shooting in die first half
29-19 at die break,
l o b c a t s ui i p s e t H e ;i a t
if l f
Adanta, on NBA
'JBA*
w orst 11-58, ha
has
lig h t.
■ lost d g h t stralgh
A V g ^ c s sincc viMn e 2a t
nlng in overtime
[arch
Tbronto o n Marci
yM 11. That victor
:tory
snapped a -23
gam e road losln
•Sing
I
1 sircak an d 13 con
%
' secudve defeat
teats
^
overall for die Hawks, \vho hav
have
^2
dropped 21 o f ilieir last 22.
Ir
^
fW
fL
II
k
xdH am llDetroit guard Richard
nts.
lo n scored 22 p o in
t Paul •
d i3 2 . Iflty
Picrcc led Boston w ldi
e C duS^
d u d in g ail 11 o f die
points ui overtime.
II
H o n i e t s 9 6 , Grizzlie
lie s 8 5 '
J4EMPHIS. T in n . ■
J;R. '
snji}^ scorcd a carccr-1
ir-W gh33,
s'D rstvlc- •
points in New O rleans'I
lofy o f 'd i e seasonI over a
Southwest Dhrision rival
/aL
Sm idi connected o n1 113-0M8
. shots, induding &df-93 ;3-poinlni
P is to n s 1 0 5 ,
nappcd a
ers. as d u Horrieis sna
tl h e v i c four-game losing sucak.'
0C e l t i c s 9 9 , OT
Ticts,who
lory prevented the Homt
)
r
s
l
0
9
,
H
a
w
k
s
1
0
4
R a p to n
AUBURN HILLS, M ich.- -— entered die game 0-14
,4 against
ATLAT
ANTA ^
Chris Bosh Rf
Rashccd Wallace had seven
0 f Southwest opponents, from
bcn o
fr
scorcd132
3: p oints an d lalcn Ro.se hihis season-high 31 pointss in
ii
com ing die first leam In league ■.
addcd2€
26 to h elp Tbronto snap a ov
overtime to h d p Detroit cfld
i
fid a historytolosciillofdiciri
IrdivIsTon •
four-gan
im e ro a d loslng-strcak.
ddirec-gam
i
e losing streak,
games.
Iv e s 9 6 , N e ts 7 5
T RUTHERFORD, N.J. —
lasscll scorcd 23 points in
&imCas
just 22: m
n inutes, a n d Kevin Gara d ,13 poinis, - eight
n e » hha
nc{s a n d eight assists for
rebouncj
sota.
Minneso
;cllshotl0-for-13andhad
Casscl
b ounds a n d dirce assists.
fourrebt
Soreiu
nstam turnsi first majorr of season intoamriavi
ivay
il
Calif.- “
=' .f
RANCHO MIRAGE,
N
'”
inika Sorenstam 's
— Annil
G o lf
■
__________________
d n g perfection. All
. .
game is nearin{
s h e n e c d s to ppracU
n
cenow lshor
straight
It to u rn a m e n t win.
leap in to Ihe■potidpo
,
Sorensta
tam blrdicd four holes on
'The m ost dor
d o t ^ t player in
,h c toiht
m n in e a n d two o n die
women's
golf
a
If
all
b
u
t
w
rapped
backtosi
)sho o tth elo w e stsc6 re o f
M ln lc o c l o s e s o u t
up d ie first ms
m ajor o f the year
,j,e w e!ck
c l o n d ie Mission Hills
B u c k 's B a g s w ith wym
in
' Saturday, shooti
ootlng a flawless 6c iiu n m
ty,O u b c o u rs a
BOISE — Minlco dosed
*
un d er 66 in die
th e dilrd round to
There's
c's 18 holes left to p£iy
'
A m a te u r uGO lI
lake a commai
th e Buck's Bag toum am enl \
m andlng five-shot
Sunday.
/, bI u t d iat figures to b e a
a 12-2 w in over CaldwellBSaW
tosle Jones In d ie
mere fon
- in g lls , T r a v e r s ttie
}nnality.Soicnstamdocsie d a t
day. M att TYacy pitched
implonship.
n t give^ uup leads easily, and no
L o S
C a n y o n S p r i n gs - ;A m a te u r
Iniiings. allowing two runs
nilcss quest to bodi
on e in die
di fid d h a s shown dicy
TWIN FALLS —- O
C iris Inglls w in h e r first: m
fQiu hiis- striking out six and
mjajor o f the year
have the
i
le gam
e to challenge hcii
walking four,
an d Nick Tiavers bolh
be
carded
o h d c n u srthcLPG
c U ATburrecord
Jones,
s, in h e r final year on
lusiiri B e n n e tt was 2-fc
2-for-2. opening round 69s
1 lea d the
Is to
books o ncc agal
again w idi h er QfUi • tour, bln
ilrdlcd the-final hole to
. Cory W a rb u n o n w ent 1-fi
l-for-3 championship flight
i th e 2005
h t at
^
w ith 2 RBI, D allas Gam errw
wjas2- Cimyon Spttags Am
•for-2 w idi a dou b le and two.
wo.RBI tou rn am en t Saturd
a n d Jarred TVacy \« is l-fqr-4
1-fi
p
e
iid
o
n
w
id
i
, leads the net compel
ContlnuwJfrpniC;
n Cl
9 ccondI gom
g c-wihner. dribbled
w ilh d u c c RBI.
• .
a6 7 . ;
Against Kuha o n Friday,
y. M ini' . Jihiiny Burnett Icai
lock dovm an d th e n
leads d ie first
Illinois, w hhose previous
cloc
' ,co‘s tZory W arb u n o ii pite
iltchcd . flight gross c om petlt
’dtion w ilh a. laigcst defldt
it tlth is'season was p w scdI th
d c'b all to Jawarm Me-,
fh« innings, ollo;ving no
r s ' 73 while Ray Rom
10 nm
t
m ero'3
.79 is
nine — in ano
anodier vlcw iy —
Clellan.. H e J m issed b u t .
' o n one h it. H e struck outIt sc
Liiilre com e iip w ith th e
seven ' g o o d io r the lead ian td ie second , m ade a final1run.
rui It w as a great. Stoudam
an d walked tw d
id. only to have his shot
fil^ L
o n e ,a n d d ie ccrowd
ro
w ent Vifld.
rebound,
d by
a d h it a 3-pointer, blockcd
I H ead.
' • .
' Luther H ead
am s h it tw o m ore 3c a' basket In d ie
WilUar
rs in ovcrthnc, b u t
b S ^ H c T d 'Scorcd
o S after a.stcal.
pointers
w asn't sccured
WUIiamsdrovqf
ve for a bosket a n d
Illinois’’ victory
v
rizona's H asson Adams,
y iT I
m ad e a steal a n d .fed ‘ u n d i Aria
Brown for anod
rtodicr.basket w ith ■ w bod »set» re d five points to get
^ d ie Wild
lldcats wldxln a point,
[AP)
'roally can’t sbe o u t th
dne n a u v ie w
■ - • .GLADEVILI4 , ,1bna (AP]
''* 1 ;
deflected n d s ^ aa .shot ju st before die
accd io m ir r o r . I lh ln k lh aavvec'lo adlust
Rookie Reed Sorenson racci
'
“frignuri
I
Uilam3h|ta fin n lb umaez.
M ta b o u n d sppaM,W
m
hia NASCAR Bixsch Seriessvjcioy|(
' that, All I can see isjlh
d]o spoiler.-tie | t w ldi 38 se c-’
s third, tol3-™ lriter to-do
ry S j^ r d a y , beatin g Ketrnv'
Kei
Shimc Hmiel waas
fllle 9 3 ,
L oulsvll
WalKcc b y a w hopping 14.
14.417 low ed by series «Irfd e r Carl .
,
Lidamlrc. th c hero . x u n ^ i/i
seco n d s I n - th e . Pepsi 30C
300 a t Edwards, Boston Held.
Rc
-Ituclc
S'Q utli
V* 'irg in ia 8 5 , OT
semifinal w in ovcf
y H
o f ^ n a ’ssen^
Nashville Superspecdivay.
ly.
scries sta r B obby
I am ilton,
JQU ERQU E. N.M . ^
itate w id i a lostALBUC;
ison Keller.
O klahom a Stat.
"I d idn't rcaUy know wha
vhal to ■'Ibny Raines, Jaso
Deni>y H am lin oi
oq icct th is w eekend,". SorenSor
so n said. "I n e v e r liad'hrn
in 0o n a
Compton.
concrete track before so) I jJust ■ .S orenson bro k e ,t
. tried to k eep o n opcn m innd.W
d . e w eek after fallljw to <
1Cl
'
ready ha^
tavc o u r school^ so w e
ha d a g o o d c o r an d I thou
[to u ^ t C hip GanossI D odg
S ^ o 't 7 h S ist trying to h d p o d ie r.
ofcharactci.H e'sg?' were just
* w c cotiid r u n th c sam e lap,
api& P hoipctow n ra c e aait A d a n m show ed tons ofc
spcct a n d whoever* gu y so uIttith ere get n o d c ^ " alter lap, b u t I lia d no Idea
V
MWed
M otor Sbcedway. H
Hee g o t into kid Ire allyrespc
vHat d o th c Golden Ea*
ct yi
year w ill h a v e 'a
But wH
from 'g ets h im n ext
. be th isd o m in a n t.N o w w 'cn
c n iccd th e race In a car b o n o
■ , ^ e s dUnl
ink a b o u t a .third placc
' to c om e b ack h c rc in June
n c a1:n d
N cttclQ up driver Stci
>tcriingM ar-. stea l" ■*'
defend d ie title..
..
dl sscorers w ldi 17 trophy? '
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driver to w in from1 die
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dial his Qtst top-five Qnlsh
ror, a piecc o f cqiiipm pnt
IshsinceU io
today to sec cvci
everybody smiling eluding; ‘iits -c o a c h — wUl b e
: UM.^ ,
2002 s m o n .
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os Baylor won Its 17i
sg,t i o l ^ t game.
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it odiercarlierindiedayforju;
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isde
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ly hi h is ^
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left diem
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the last group to teeBof
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hat's as-;
Sunday
aficmoon.
last sbc years, an d the
D u ran t de d d ie back-nint
line s u m in g m ore rain cd o e sn ’t
're<
record w idi a 30 for a 7-undei
ider p u s h ltto ld e s d a y .
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T he Louisville game plan? Hiah!
ah
trip to coliege baski
s k e tb ^ 's
' West
Wt Vlrrinla^ hotshot shooten
Iters- biggest stage,
tuim e d Uiat Into Hide m ore diar
tu
thing like
han
I've never seen anythi
a ccheesy souvenlt
i
it In m y life," Pidno said.
LI o u i s e ’s trip to th c Final
Inal
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Fb T hat looked.like a losi
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lost able to run, Lany O ’B annon
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to a
I'Thquah
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T■;lic master m odvator him
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'
sei Cardinals coach Rick
self,
d c k see d ed Louisville (33-4:
-4) back
Pit
Pidno,
adm itted he was 1iing
^ ■ from a 20-point defidt
It to die
wwii
hen h e told his players a t hlalf^
sdndlladngvlctorylndic
hcA Ibu'tim
tin e th a t he was siuc they wcrc
rtirc q u c rq u c R ^ o n a l final
gol
golngtow
in.
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fest Vfr^j o s t every rood to ach aamn ^ a (24-11), trying to moke
k
pplonship
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one th e Final F our for thi
th e first •
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twist, t h o u ^ ond
and tim e since 1959, w ent
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Jada. B u t th 1C
e (O rio le s p r o b a b ly
d o n 't h a v e eennoo u g h p itc h in g 10
c h a lle n g e t hhce 1h e a v ^ v e i ^ t s in
t h e /\L E ast.
M in n e s o ta tai n e a r ly k n o c k c d
o ff t h c Y annkkcc c s i n th e first
_________________________ ^ \ M E R i c A N L
mt. m
Of Amwean Leajuo leBmj.
u OfOer
of fSrtlftliit ytw;
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r o u n d1 oof th c p la y o ffs lo st year.'
L ed by/C( y Y o u n g A w a r d w ir m e r
J o h a n S&a n ta n a a n d o n a th le tic
lin e u pi,th
, tl c T W ln s h a v c th c h o .r s c s 0lo w in
th e ir
f o u rth
c o n se c u tiv c A L C c n tr a ltitlc .
e a g u e
Y ankees In 2003.*
I n th e V A st, O ak lanudl tr a d e d • a w a y n o t o n e , b u t tw oo o c c s l n ,
T im H u d so n a n d M ^k M
1 u ld e i;,
w h ile Seattle, ii^ r o v e Mi.
d . f ts of-'
:rs A d r i a n
B e l i r c ^ d ^ ^ ^ on.
^
1
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ir e r o a n d
th c A ngels a rc th c c h olice
io t o rep e a t a s d M s io n c h a mn [p s a fte r
pic k in g u p c c n te r D d d ct f S teve
R n lc y a n d s h o rts to p O
C rla n d o
C abrera.
A s f o r th c Y ankees a in d R ed
S ox, th e y o p e n t h e; :s e a s o n
a g a in s t e a c h o d ie r i n N tew Y o rk
o n S u n d a y n l ^ t . ^ r l l 313.
.
In a ta sty tw ist, lo h rn s o n Is
s la te d to s ta r t a g a in s t W
t
Abells,
th e
o u ts p o k e n le ft-h a n dleeir w h o
b n c c p itc h e d a p e rfe c t ggza m e fo r
th e Y a n k e e a n d he lp'c
ictd th e m
w in 0 c h am p io n s h ip .
■£ love I f Wcto s a idi " I f y o u
d o n 't w a n t t o b e in thlat
a t g am e,
d o n 't w a n t to play
a y oase-
[ndlE ight d a y s later, th e R e d S o x
W a tc h o u t f o r th e y o u n g Indi
maain
w ill rcccivc th e ir W orid
I d S c rie s
aorn s , th o u g h . T h ir a b a s c m
rin g s be fo re th e ir h o m ee*o p e n e r
As
A a r o n B o o n e Is b a c k fro nmi ai
E v flE m a tF c n w a y — w i t h d i e &
kn
k n e e In ju ry — h e b ro k e h elaa rts
rt
all
a ll o v e r B o sto n w ith h is ppe
c nn- ■ p ir e rig h t th e re to w a tchhl t o l L
H ere w e g o ag ain .
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thie
c
CAPSULES__________
-5.59 irj 19 ttflrttt wwith
itl Iha cn<ago Whio
Chad Owt^i
Stun. LHPScon Siewan. rW Joso
tntraded tu r Caiios Deivan to Hcvttcn m
im
miM
ctnt)«irtindttillnfflainMcMO
leoltM
So«i.
Jimencj,, L
>
LHPJcnoiMfiOOertJOn.flHPRe*
mimiddle of tM 2004 season. Right (^idIla
la
Jeague-iiopieamt.
Hot Spot Gibbons,s.wn
who guided Toronto lo a
WTiile.
alt
alto a question ma*. but Bw» hat hit
bet
lit bcl2030 lecotd last.1sea
season ariof Carios Tosea
Pre|*etid>ltotup:CfCocoCnS0(.297.15
U
(eiier m tonng iraining iMn IM oiMr
TaiaaRwcaia
• EAST
« i fired, relumj»witl
witnjust B ohoitar conHRi, 71 RBis,
RD 20 ttealtl, 2D Ronnio DeHart ho
hooefuit. Aamn Guul end Abraham Nunat.
net.
3004:8»73.3rd place.
New r«rti
(.282.122 H
tract;
HRs. 48 (kJubletl, OH Trmt Halo- SU
SUMSteet: TM Royalt are coirting m Guy
Guy
waton).
M aiatir Buck SnoMitar (mini tea:
2004:
lit piKC.
BtRlmoroOrto
OrMtl
ttatShMt: Toronto
Itofin
finished 67-94 last teaer(.3ll.3i
.J8HRS.:09RDIS.17HDP).C
HHantenit
a
letum a t onsMng coach to Im
n-Ha^H*ra:RFRicMrdHioalgo.lB/C
Q/OHGrtg
H m t i r JM Tetrc (lOtn M aun).'
is«t tince 1980 (67-951.
Victn Maru
HPCa,IP».
2004; 7884. 3rd wee.
arliMj(.283.23HRi.l08RBls. . pn
prove a 5.19 ERAtMt woi IM worst M
tM
IIM
CoBrunn, INFMart. beRota.C Sim
lindyAkwar
H<ra: IXP RirOr Jonnion, RHP
Cl
Maoajir:
Leo
MiuiMi
(s«on
econd
teasani.
GcMral
manager
J.Rl
r
J.R
Ricciardi
said
It
could
mott
by
A
L
ALcatcne<).RFJuanConiai«{
AA
LL laat taaton.
' Jr.. RHP Peon Aslado. RHP RyanfiBuckvUi.
Bl
woo. RHP Jaret Wti£m. 20 Tony Worn
Ki'l
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Sammy
Sflta,
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LHP
Ste^e
lume.
take
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for
u
for
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to
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Bottom tint; Quesuon martis abound,
- RKP Vladimir Nunei. INFEttebann Go
0 mun.
ID Tido Miftine:, RHP Fcln Hoanjue*
mque
W.ljon.
IN
F
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contenders.
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C
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City),
18
Ben
Bmussan](J79,17
He^ OutU Hen: RFSrtan Jordan,i,DH
Dl Keitert
■"
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. M.k« Sumon. IHP BoOcf, CfOOm, OF £^
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Chnt
Gomt/,
RHP
Joy
Witat
cd
to
aiioeate
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miiiion
HRs,
82
Vitascfc.
RHP
Mmes
o^Mrtnio
decided
to
R
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lS),
IF
Casey
BlaMi
(.271.
careerPeny, OWNFEne ftung. INFAMy
fi
lyRsi.
CUnrnH.INFflfOBmun Roils.
WEST
e;
2B0F
Jerry
Hair(or
caytoH
over
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ne
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neit
three
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high
28
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Aaron
B
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luWjy.RKP
10/DH Brad Fullmer, C Ken HuduA
H*-! OutU
RHP Jon Uiber. RHP.
LatAnctUeAflfili ■
ID Oavid Segui, OF Oottom Um : Tm loss
•)n u . ,.r
Groom.. IQ
Mss of Delgado lecvoa a
(.294,18
H 65 ROIt in -03 for NewYljrk ^
8 HRs,
i n PcMil. RKPJeff Helton. OF Rua
Rutty Greer.
Vwai«;. RHP Otwnflo Hemanot<. 2D
(1st place) Marty Cordova, PrtijettedLir
d Lineus:0 2B Oiian
hole m IM mi^ioloofof<a imeun mat wos a d'tYank«es:; did
dn not play in 2004), SS JMnny
f2004:92-70.
T
RHP Jeff Zimmerman.
C4I/0. or K«nny loRon. ID Jonn Cicru
Manacat: Mrka ScWsda (tUin teaton)
'g
50
doubles.
29
aopomtment
latt
ytar
lytar.
Peralta
(.32
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hits.
88
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i
Tony ClO'k. RHP EtI«Mn L04<;s. I^F Ei
340.27 HRs. 104
SB»), 30 Melyin Moro (.340.
. .
.... ...Buffatehit
WemalonalUsguoMVP)..................7He^
, ' Hen: CF Steve Flnloy. SS Orlando Cabc,
QF
C
28 HRt, 91 ROIt. 18 SDt. 121 lUl
tWk»oolt):
Wlljon, LHP f«iu Herefla. lhp CJ. Nil
era.'RHP Etteban Yan.RHP Paul Bynt. O
ROitl. SS M.guel Tejada (.31
f.3I l , 34.ALbe«
CEff IENTRAL
W C.C. Sebatnia (IMO, 4,12
RotaOoKW
X). 1>1Pend Ktlwy, ID Tiovii l(«.,
38 Hank Oiakxk (.276.33.110),),SS
S
Rivera, INFLou MerKmi. S&20 l>laictr
1501. RF Sammy So« (.253
.253, 35,80 for '
wtnt blown by buiipanj.RHjaka ' Juan
««UTWJn.
ERA.ti.«r
MicMel Voung(.313,22.99.13tSBt).
S! IB
Pre|*et*d Unwp; SS Ocfek Jel«t l.20: 33
inurtt.
5Rfl
Ift
CuM),
D
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Rafael
Paimeim
(,
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3.38
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5
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Westbrook
(
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•78. 23 SBj I. 3B *i«« floorgiwi (.288.
FRlduinJ Hl­
•>(Si -w
‘•ooe/ (.310.23,861,1
1(96,4.85 ERA(or Philadelphia), LH Ht^ OutU Hwt: OF Jcte Guillen. RHPTWy
106,28 SDil, Rf (Hiy Sheff^kJ (.290
^enhrre((ourtn season).
dtigo (.339,25.82 for Houttoh and
aft NM
r
'
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''2 « , 10, 47J. I f LairySD.gt)
(148,9.43 ERA, 161 Ktl, RHScott ^Penavai. 30 TroyGiaut. SS Dirrfd Ettttein;
• 121). LfW<3«W*tjtsul 1.298,-31.108
iRedmond.lNFJuanCav
•• - WikMeti),lfKevMMend»(J79,;
9,26.71).
RHP
■ 68),CFluijMat01(,224,6,
J5.4.53ERA1.
. Aaron Sele, RHP Ramon OrtU. INFj‘^ •
BemKi Wlliaffl* (.382. 22. 70). OH Jai
lOwjiii.
1^5
DH (}irnd Dellucd (.242.17.81).I.CfOary
C
Sm m Halter, INFAlfredo VMMga, lOAn.fiotaUon: RH Rofl-go Loeej I
n w RHDob W<ktMn (13/14
3D Corcy Kojkle. SS CnttsmCU(.206,12,40), C K i e
t.r 573
ManMurt
Jr,
(J75.11.36)
0(
l8)n
aineoNu
RH Sionif, Ponwn (1M5, 5
tacondMH
after offseason eWiK
^ dres Gaiarrap.
21.81), ID Tino
(,3S2.23.7
enry
DUnco,
IN
F
Joso
**'
79
(.248.14.48).
C
Rod
Barsjat
(.246
249.15.
Projeetad Untup: IB Dann Entad (.299,79
Catyera (12-8.5.00), LH£nl
Tamoa Da». 2B To"r Wom«ti (.307.5
JO Roa. IHP Aaron Futu.
Surgery),, R!iHDavid RisW (7-3. 3.72 ERA. 5
runt. 87 ROtt. 15 SDt). 2DCMm Rgglni
jr. 3, JO.
4.591. IH Matt Riiey (34, 5,1
Jt
Aflhur
RMdes
(33.5,12
ER
A
.
9
2eSe>f0'S t. Uxjit).
LF
Shannon
Stenart
(,304,
****>•
I”
'
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4.30
ERA).
l*«)»ct»d U niw LF S
(.296.83 runt, 17 38t. 34 SQl), ({F
,
Rn R.IHt««: LH D.J. tifl (ii« 5 7fl fK jf
r Oeklanfl).RH Matt Miller (4-1. .
RoUtiSfuUI RanffrJonnion 116-11,j 2.1
, in 378 at bait), C Joo
,nj,, ' LJ(KennyR(«ere(189,4,76).RHF
:HPedro
- Vladimir
Guerrero (J3 7 .39 HRt. 126 RSlt),
3/7, t«,«tl. Stew Klina |2 2
Ain- 57 garnet).
'
ERA. major leecu^ieaaing 200 K« fo' „i
17inl07 8lWtsl.CFTom
SM
Attado (00.10-38 for Botlon), R
H
RHOwiHo
0«al»|.JergaJulfl(2 5,3.5;
:l^raiia rtpiocos porenniai Cow
~IF Carrot Andenon (.301.14,79), CFSlese
ronaj RHMik« Mvtnna (12 9.4.59). (
.
81.21
stealtl,
ID
Juttin
*P*“
j,
Park
(4-7.9.46).
RHChrtattkK^O1(3-2,
4.71)Hot Spot Doser D.J.IVinie
mw Vinjuel, now with San F w s ,Flnln (.272.36,94 wttn Artnn* and Lot
Cart PMno 1188.3.00 for nonoai, Rl
l9,58in280atB4lt).DH
44
orRHRicarooRodnguej(3-1.2.03)
03).
Angelet Dodgen). 30 Robb (Juinlen (J44.
22j«aroidMinotninglefltopfW«
K«wi Dn>«n (108.4.09), RH Janit
19,72.20ltealt,89tunj),
co-TM22j
ero (3-4.
K*yR*Dtwt:RHFnndto>Con3ero
« ’W
'"n’S'"
8io«iftg four SOYOowortunit
! = =.tihii• ’ RF;KQuoJ0Mt(.25‘
5.26 In 58 games). SS Ortando Cabrera,
I. but
now Mt ta produce every day
(IM.3.28).
(.254,24,
B
OJ,
30
MeMel
'>
^
2.13.49/94
tavet).
R
H
Cartot
A
im
Umonnr(7(.264.10,62.16 SDt with Montntl and
,,
8Ut«M.t:Thopnoiesiedtr
iguet (or Indiana to contend,
Ktj RaDratt: RHManano Rivtril ,(4-2.
J ' '?'*
3.3.73.67 ippearsncet). RH Doug
Migenxail
Botton). OHJeff DaVanon (.277.7.34, IS
IB
rn ili.^ in a « ic
'-203- 2.45 m 339 atbats). 2D
SI R
m«'8go egamti
It TMduOiU
through 9 - pfulOtO'
;na)or leagu^leao^g 53/S7 savesi,
RtHPflui
. 10.34 n 338 at batt). SS
’
.^h « 5ST
>-LURtvai (.256.10.:
(4-1.4,13, OM t»«), RH
ftar
Ffandaci>(9SOt). C Bengia.Molina 1,276.10, S4).
fuifti(ediastteajonBtt<«n
Quanuill (7-3,4,72). RHToffl Gotoon (!
»83inl2atMtJlorJuan
P^wsfutf
Jajon Bartlfltt (.083
u
, m
1.3,33), Ul Ron MaMy (30.2J9,
s9,eo
RotatiOR: RH Dtrtok> Colon (1B12, S-01).
LH
4d at least 70 RDlt. a leam record,
2-211. IH Miw Stapton (26.3.16'•ERUo’
ER* r
gppeannctt),lHEntffloRamlru(
M(5^.
Bottom Unt: The OnoiSS fa.K
failed to add a solid
*• 2 6 1”
Jarrod
Vasnbum
(11-8,4,64).
R
H
KeMm
£*Int: At Kmga t the bullpen doesnt
New 'iWk Men), RHTanjon Slutue Ifr: •
ih»i Ino iK^inn
Cir'cmnaH Reds),
413
4.2SJ, U( Brtan Shoute (2-0. 2,23
I
!3ERA.33
ttaiiingpitcher 10aunitMi
eobar
(11-12,3-93),
R
H
Jei«
U
din
(14-13.
n<a again - 21 bkiwn tM t in tM
5-47). RHF«li« Roar.£iie< 1^8,3-29 to
Raflko
t«H-«»Uua
Dcomoet-nn with
RoUtlon: RH Bud1R
afl (ll-B, 3.48 ERA.
Bpoeiraneei).
4,67).
RH
Paul
D|tO
(87.3.94).
—
PniiaMicniai, RHStev« tutwy lOO. 2.
2 Inn^igi), LH Johan San- and MJiwMd reboundt from an
1
HotSpot:No,9'itarter.>bungandR
dRodrlgiM
Kn
RtOtvere:
R
H
Fnnlila
Rodnguet
(4-1.
(M Indians can win tMALCeritrai.
orf)ta/.tM
Uf DuOdr Groom (4-1.4.78 ERAfor
Impretted m thon liJnu latt aeaic
aion:>bung
•Stan TM orilet>»'«'
' ^ S -ord wnner. 206.2,61
0' ^D"a ^
I.«at»«,outorthequ«t«>
1,82.69 games. 12 tavet), RH Drendann
ttnkMUts tn 228 irtfimgs).
l005 it ending a
ERA. Ai n-gh 265 ttriilata and Rodngueiaarty before hit
I
Ul UA
Dttre«T1* w
^DonMliy (92.3.00,40 games), RHScot,i
Hot (pot: Tne s^uesi qvesiion ii «neir
148.4.21. 299 hitl in 203
■ n ite a ^ t
RKCailo* Siw (148.
,gn
etboarwettMtteredbyaliMdrM.
Ive. BoIA
J fiC
iu"ofjtwnsii».«htiot.ng,
Snioids (8-2.3-33 60 gamet). RHateben
90,4tfi place. •
Sni
6mO( tan tecovtr (lom 1.5 yea;* of
mji 'e t
*
- mnings). RH K,lo Lons
Lonso 19-13. 5.341. RH Joe
looM good iNt aertng. But only orv
OMapot
, ^Ven(38.3.83,7savttwithOetn)«),
It season
season aneferB<^*sur,
ahet eiMMr surManagtr: Alan
Ala Trsmnwll (third taaton).
one
tna>« off ouoiiioni aoout
Ht'«Hin:RI
Tampa Bar Dntl
ntl IR m
'■'«»» 1™'*“ ®It
^
wot
open
in
IM
natation
aflif
Park
1
Hot
Spot:
Thin}
base,
TM
Angeli
g»«
IM
Aectuaiv
:RFMaalioOrdonM,RHPTioyPeriteroKis and becoma anyviing r<ear ine ‘T ''
Stfyi.
2004; 7091.4tn piace,n ’ - pitched Mil and Attado (}uftOM
11
aatan
■
iob to 24year ou Oaiias McPMnon wMn
P Kyle Femswortn. INF RarMn
er ne m » xtien no «w)ntno AL MVP<n> IS,
Joo IllathBh(l-2.1,62.
c m I.RHPK
ird j.season) •
lUynilltYtf*: RH Joo
Hani*«; lou Pii'iclia (tniffl
a,
aincetMuk>erturge7ln2003)tly:
tnmed
th n *el Tin Glaus go. But McPhencn Mt
. Cvance Wilton.,
tfe
(Df Oakland in 2000, Jotwion. a (■
^t^tlt
Ksin72.1inn«gl).RH
“ "'.Tj;-?,
i/aici iB Travii
44/47 ia « t, 69 Ks
n
is^timo^
»«'• **•»•: 3D A((. 5, Gon/ait
M^theaimii
mittod most ol IM tpnng witn a bulging.
0 aancnor
\Wjnj
wnivff, IJ counteo On110
5, 2,63.106 Kiln 82 in. .
Outtl1 Htrt:
tt CFAiei SancMi. RHP EtiaMPjCas» fosium
SUt
Sheet
Even
Mine
using
21
diffe
Wferemrodisc
end
mn
not
be
ready
for
IM
opener,
RHP
A
J
Levme.
3B
Enc
Munson.
<
>
'»
L^,p
I
tno rettmit jiami'trwation inai incii«x juit
jmoro (7^. 3.91). RH Jctso
' t«i» W , RH
0Wi^eW,lNF
'
hings). LH J.C, Romort
lie«ntiitio mado 468 ajcearance*
a * —'
Robb (Juintan.»M hfl ,344 a ta nxiUa nIn
I Lineup: 30 Onindon Ingo (.387.13
t»o noifliwu. Musiina and DfO*n,
27 innlngsj. LHTerry Mulijn OF
^ 00 m 27j an,„3
Shane Halter. C Kevin Cam.
I Cniis Smsifr
el.
aectntfmotl In (MAL-iM Range
ngarahad
lth.OFChrlsS.ngl^
hjiu,„o,j9_5,
56 gamet last tear.probabiy win fill In. alRDlt), SS Cailot Oulilen (.318,20.
*8
»»j4 nu t»«> f«(» Dener man iitt. ryei
lin39gBmas,J5iians),
. , fvjSl
: ,
ion.OFAioiSancM:,
IM ALt top bullpen last aeaton,iThflyMre
Th
iMugh Ma moro tutted to IM ouiTekl
iflies), C rvan Rodrtgue: (.334.19,
''w
EHA
1^^. jg
Ljst y«ai, tho tianers had a 4.B2 ER
ATiin Koskia Dininf in hit
Mto Alomar, OF
Ket»pot:lnf,eki Witni
MAL for
I
34-19
with
a
3.46
ER
A
.
toadinglM,
McPMrton
hit
43
horMn
al
three
leveli
.'iggTioOnJOM:{,292.9.37.52
•
imn m (he al, a eij iea»on im ronfcfr
anjeet
Bautista; OF Joso Cru.
Cruj Jr„ ID Tino
CwW)i u d d ,e ri.r .a Z ..n
«
IM
flnt
tiTMtince
1983.
TMbuiipi
iiipon|9ottwitn
(M
orsaniuiion
last
year
and
w
ill
M
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SO.J.OH
DmiW
»«ng
Md a major leajuo rteoro 61 eomfrfro
5UthiMS to tw(M) his glovfl
"
ma,C0rOOk
OWyday «!« - But
^fromooMarttne/, LHP John Haiama,
od leam rocorta wftn 34 wtna and
! a M i,
dU
given
a
tMt
wMnevw
m gait bade,
i.
60),
IF
Rondell
Willo
(,270.19,
rnnOmri.
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teaton.
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win b« reiiaoie cr«r an
fortfrte,2B-SSReySancM;.
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and eenniiiedtM ALI M t t parcel
rcentaseof
:raig Monroo (.293.JB. 72), IB Car- l u t Shett: TM Angela let kwgtime cloier
t u t thMU The Yankoei mil nave tno fi
67).CFCrai)
Olum. RHP Chao Caudm,, RH
I Jercmi GoiuaHP
*">P'»
' - < >IM' Sir, witn GuanangOM,
-,10
lnMmadrwiMnloteore(28.4pef
percent).
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(.241.27.82). 20t)maf Infant#
^Ifoy Percivai go ovor me winier. but figure
' S200minipnp3)ToilinbaHl>aiini9tory
sota.nasn'iSadapiaytr
story os
•
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(jf Micit
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Sottam Unt: Even efUrcomanar«f
Ufora
hav« a natuni progretucn with iMir )«ur«
1.55).
hav
,
since
1987.
(-264,16.5
iMy t/y to «ven|e tati jisi's nutonc ci
Cummir^gs.
annt. Wd-by 23year Rvidtco RodnguoL
{.
piaiQfTtpotuniiltMfinalweekofla
iflaataeaRHjatonJonnton (8-15.5.13
tnr
ttoM In tM Al chameionihio tenet,»
!.al nmanager Terry Ryan
ICrawford (.296.11
Bottoin UntiAineral
ProModUntuKCF Carter*
lon.iMRangsnitucktaaNlreomi
He U t a 12-4 career mark win an ERAof
Bondeman (11.13.4,89.
Ho
tMy D«cam« tM nut ma)or leaguea teem
Ie» to
playtrt to muttryear eon• w ) - RHJeremy
J«'
^Rs, 55 RBis), SS JuIjo Lugo (.275, 7. 751.
to )wnj plajen end fivgal teendUy
Dng. The
2,35. Including a 4-1.1.62 mark In 69
LHMika Mirotn (11-13, 4.31J, U(
3,3
loto a poiiteaton leno't ofier Minnmg
mber. including CyWung
inirg Ihe
^F Aotjrty Huff 1-297.29,10
, 104), IB-Travtt
■'»«» «’'<« December
mott notable offtaeton addition Ml
waaHidaJgamet in 2004. DetpAa IM pottftUity of
•rucn(l210.4.90j,LHWiifrodo
San
nnt three garnet. TM Vankaet sno
im
itana,
gw
g
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a
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M
SO(19 minion). But offMte haa navi
noi having a lefinander In IM bullpen. IM
wvarbeen
(4.3.4.39),
noi
. . Roo SOI. «M hM piajwl !2 timet
in
itlntvrt
Josh PfieiffS 1.251.17.61(0
II (or Devttand end
">
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r i S i*f»:RH TroyPcrtMit (2-3.2,90.
relief carps mould be among IM
AAngeli'
ng
yoar*. tlart njni n>«y on Ad<ii 3, wMn
«^n Jotiftjoionto), 30 AJei S. Conjaiei
ALI batL
‘ '
M t for Wigelt). RH Ugueth UrtHM
ALI
ton facet fonner YanWo 0«wJ V«llt o
s as a .
c»=«„
for Cn<ago Cubs, Montreal
t*
Saattia Marina^
D. 21/24 tavetj, Ut Jamta WaJker'
Bott
Bottom Une: TM biggest mov« MMr Arta
oponinj night. New voix mutt winHen
00 fun
CTob,Hall(.555,8,60).2B
. 2BJorge Cantu
2004; 83-79, 2nd splM<. r ‘“
Moreno
made dunng IM ofliaaton m
2004163«.4in place.
3), RH
M
oi
cooueuon —lait jtaf, 43.4 pereent
jiiien (tecond taaton),
3-20).
I K^ ftmtwortn (4.5.4,73|.
snt O
of' IM
(,3oi, 2.17), RF Mono (pgrsi
m u in j trade tv
Mana^in OnlflCoiiien
from AnaMim lo lot Angelea -- a contiowStartJnj pncnirig. Tho Tlgen tel- - • fnx
4cn)
Vtnkoot' mnt teored on Mmert, (ourth
(ouri
MiMOyo.fiHPOilando '
HotSpoCSu
Hi» Htr»: RF JermalM
ondoftpnnjtniiningj.
dal nama cMngh '
^
H rtS K 3 ? A d r tw ^ i r t? 1 0ichleSai^
te tame
ratatkm th n Ud ai IM
dal
hi4MilintMfrajoit,.
att PPodsednik, CAJ.
tied (or IM
i
etton (68.4.77
Herriandoi. OF Scott
RettUen; RH Oovion (Ka:eitoi^
aon, SS Pokn Raata, RHP Aaren Sele.AKP
Sa
]04 after (ailing to tign freo agent
Bettsa Uno: Btmng major uijunet,, (hit
ihit tasm
Henditckton
lah,lolgucni,fiHP Dustin
on ((10-15.4,811,
Pierijfltki, 20 Tsdahiit
JefTNeltoi,
no and dmtlng not to bid (or
Oakland AthMea
could
110 ttmet, Aiei Roa«u«t
i
UJitViicalno,
CarlPMM
37), RH HWeo Nome
Heimanson. RHP UJit
uejsMuid
iHSconKaimir(2-3.5,a7),l
>004:91-71.2nd plac«»
Ha^ OutU H«e: DHEdgar Uartlnat.
at. INMF
■« and Man Clement
200<
be iTwn related in hit tecond teston
Dorek U»«.
itonm
(4-11.8-25 for Lot Aflgoiat).
let). RH Rob Beil IB0«tt* H««: RF IF
M<Miggilo Ordoner. Lf CarJoiben Cabrera. OF Hlnm BocadiJca
bl}tatMtatocttioarguoR>
Man
Hanatac Ken MacM (Ihlrd teaton), iJca.RHP
ltt» VM end Oumoi thouis nev« better
Mti< run
e.4,«6), .
Kit Lee. ss Jot« Valentin.
Va>er 2D Roeerto
»*«
ran.
Aa»ntt)loi;
4e%Here: C Jatoi) KendaD. RHP Oan Haren.
Ht%
preducUon —tnt on too of an oflento
Schoenmit, RHP Dan
O'liuoi it1IM
in. bett catcMr ever. Hat om of
ento iMt . It*, R ,n ,r„ : rh Oanyt Baer
Baei (4J, 3,57.30
*'omar. LHP ScottISchi
irM
Pre|tetedUnt«p;RflcMoSuuki(j
n n in baseball niitory (WiiUe Uayl
RH;
RHP Kiko Calero, RHP Juan Cnit. OFCnarlat
i( j7 a f«
h t a (evTwecord 242 homort lati; yoar
Jomar Jr.. C Jamla Burko.
joar, tw
rh Jatui Coiome>(2-:
(2-2.3.27). IH
Wnght.CSanayAloma
irto Clemeniol mflh al least 11
The
TMmat. LKPDan Meyer. RHP KailcNVtbu.
bu.
aecond ALbatUni tnit h four laaao
laona.
•ritn Chicago foi (he a l lead- Tho aueti
.F So
Seott Podsednik (.244,
Roberto
juetuonj ■ c««yFotsum(4-15.6.65),(
15), RH•Rsv.t Harp
rw|tet*l On*up: LF
20-38 Keith Gmter. RHP Seth CmefUn. 01^
ccr^Mfth
MandUAJVStarappearancet,
20-:
Uf.
6rrtaB4»earokt major laisuerecof
■r« largev m the enchmg itaff. ntiere
J
7OS0t»itnMihwukee)2D
OoWGiovet
itrti Jolw
3.89),iH Trtver Miiki
iller (1-1.3.12),
12 HR. 39 ROIt. 70
Si
INF
t It tM only ealeMr witn 11 Gold
IN
F jamuiM Clark.
262 hit*). Cf Jeremy Batd (497 In
In:18 major
ton^ Oocli and uwe, Brmn't t>acl<
333,24,B9wimruKuoka)., .
49), Jorge Sosa (4.
ladahito Iguchl (-333,
",, eni
oM
RH lanco Cart^? 03.3,49),
4
hit
.334
baning
svorsga
tralli
Hel
•Ul OutU
RHP Tim Hudton. UfP M
Markl
league gamet, J 88 at TMpleA
Psvsno't tnd Wiiihfi fortflude urtllIM
tte iundor
7_5,53,.
DHRott Cioad (.321.
321.7.441nll0gamet)
0«««ir«)f
I
wtio
prtmanty
were
cateMrt
during
Mul
lt)«(.334.
contunt tcn;1ir>|i.
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:66.5.21 in 43 garnet
luilUwwf
motthy jwpg and
w Cat: Evorett (,266.!
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fpai
tr.
led
Kt
m
rirn
48
HRt.
131
RBla
for
(r«n. LHPArthur Rnodet. C Oamlan MiHr.
akoitoifficunio
ww V.Tiito So>), IB
IBPs
Paul Konerko (,277.41,
Ilr*.
unprovtn. Mfiich could mako
I
>ed
uo,
M
hit
.334
witn
19
homwt
RhF
RhP
J
m
v
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.
LHP
C^na
Hanvnond.
IN
F
J.OHR*.
BottenM lox
r
Oodgen). IB RKntoSauon (.233.6
anehls*record 70
117), RF JermalMaD0,0
»« (.205,23.80 with '
rcpJicate latt tessont franer
Oltlnl35pmetBttMagSDf32
Mai
.J004:9864.2nd ciae# (MWcard, •V
.Vom
Mark McLemore, RHP Juttin Lahr. OFBioy
Atl. CF Aaron Rowand
jy '
23 RSli before moulder mjufyatHiJ
UlArtOM).
o-WSovw r»t,
«nd (.310.24,69). C AJ.
» RS'*
In hit nrtt toason witJi tM Tlgen.
M
Mc»
cMiiion. INFDiaban Oemun.
.
Ownptonl
11.77 wnn Gianti).SS
H»t><erinh
20 Bret Boom (J5l. 24 HR*. 83IRBID.DH
R(
leaped last place in
Pierr)»iikl(J72.lI.7
Stat IMtC lamM Bay etcapi
wViMntM Tlgen My tMy-ra
ProH
18,
Raul Ibanu (.304.18 Kftt, C3 RBH
)
Ma),lF
M w iffr Tarry Francona (t«cond teeto
23.74).30JooCrt«o
Bottom Ibi:
•n»acUd Unetip: Cf Mark Koun W14,18,
eiton).
2004 (o»tM firit tirM inI Its
itt:levervyoox hiiiuan UrlbO (.283. 23.:
golngioeonl
sntend
In
IMAJ.'Central.
1
1
teemi
63,
63,37
20t).
C
Mton
Kanddl
(J19,3.61.
.
MrtHoftiSS Edgar Rentena. LHP owa
owe
51.
Randy
W
inn
(588.14
HR*.'81
RO
U]
M*).C
repeat
(Ml
(.239.21.69).
tory.tlviiilMdirflcuntortpe
II (Mir
.39<
.399 OBP for Pitttburjh). OH DUJiel Dunio
Went. ftHP fctan Ciemem. RHP V«oo
BuehilO(16-10.3.89 ERA.
'«»*»'«
*' iDtaUon It Mtter tMn ev
fiiawfoi
90 Miller,
'tuccett' because tM laam
aam ttiit h tt dm of Ratatlon: LHMaik Dud
ran
Mlguil0(M(339,13Hft«.40R:tla
<di(lMlrdeftnte(tn-|lMworitln
(.32
Cf tty Peyton; RHP Matt Mantel. INF
(.321.22,88. J96 OOP). 38 Ertc ChavU
‘iF Ri
Ramon
• mo k)««t poyrotii In (MI majofi
maj and pteyt'
(PJ.flRHFieddy Qartla (W,
»«1''
Aiieading 245.1 (Pj.
i:
Seattle and CNcagoViWaBoD, S31
sspokn
loralhlrdtlraightyMr.
(J7
VKquai. Utf* John Haiama. INRC Sna»
wiiRM«aSoj),RHJo«
MtaMiifon
(J7 6 .29,77, J97 ODflQokJ Glove), If Eile
Erto
RMta (.321.3 HRt. 39fiBla lor Boi
Boaton).
tM big wervwg - 4.40inl6itantwHR
in aOMtion dominated BV
ytw
Wboton, RHP Jac* Crsttend, RMPJeiemi
Jeieii
rm So..
Dytr (.283.20.73.17 SDD, ID ScoaI
Dymea
Cont/erat (M, 5.30
30 nm 13 tta n t for Whlto
' KotadcK RHPJoel PMlio (811.4,8'
1,87 ERA),’
»«w*CltyRoTiU
Hatt
OonaMt.
Hanabarg (.284.15,82). SS DoCbyCrotby
Iff and
Soij. RH Orlando Hem
Hemandoi (8-2.3.30 Wftn ' '
*
Iby
l« Jamie Mojer (7-13,6J 1).RH(W
OettomUnt: Crawford. Huff
a/ BaWeiii are
GIlMecM
104.5thwco, ,
(,23
Hi% 0«ltt Hm : RKP Podro Manine:,
Ri
Garttnd (12-11.4.891,
2004:58104
(.239.22. «4, Al RooMa OftM Ysar]. RF
e:, RHP
good twr# players. Out Pw)«
>in)«ti« think* tM
Vtnk«t|. RH Jen Garti
(7-7,9.01), mBoee»Uadm*efi(M
83 .3 J7 .
T6ny Pena (fouftn teaton). •
Nidi
. OenkUM.'SSOnandoCatKera.iOOi
Nid> SwfiMr (.250.2.B in Sepiambar
IBOoug ’ team It at least two y«aittawgylromreafr
aw
Kn RiUvrart: RH ShlngoTiVatiu
Snini
164.2,31.
eflar Xly 21 calupl. RHR>«i fVankU
nUh (4-18.
«HP Josa Um*. OF Tefrence long.
calk
Mlontlclawttt. 2BSS Pokey Reoto, RHP
RHP Seott • inj iM beMnts of a toi>d3 (arm
cdmp: .269,29.92 in Thple-Aj. 2B Mark>
(an tystim.
19/20 ta«t).lW DanDamito Marta (64.3,42,
4.90) or RHAaron Sale (94. S.0SIO
StorAna*arrero, 3DOuis TnAy. RHP Dennis
Olla
• Wllimion. OF Oovt Rotjerti. LXPMike
6/ 12). RH Uis Vlream
ica«o(4^.3.75witn
OFCEllMarr
euia (.348. e. 52 in 2003: mluad Utt tatlaah«m),KnRilMwt:UlEddla Quart
lanlado
r,[f<FDeflrvHocUng.lNFChni
ton
Mym. OFGabo Ktpiar, RHP lliry Adarr
Adamt,
TwnttaBlMjq
unHenMMon (69.4,93
«nMniey,
aon wttn tfwuidar li^ury) or Kafin GMar
i/n *
Br»wen).RHOuttln.H(
(3-2.3.78.18/39 aavet), LH RoniVUIorM
VU (B«KP C«nii
ftHP Ramlio Menc
MendoM.
2OW: 67,94. Sth placo,
wnhGianm.LflNaatC
leal Cottt (4.4,5.65), RH
Ciaotntw,
lJ 6
lJ62JO|60hfMW«wk»e).
fl. 4X8). RHSMtatoihl HatapMKM.
(4
iHwt:30JotRanda,OFJuan rtatatlan:
«u
INF Rldv OuUemt. OH ElUt BuiM..RKP
RkP
r38).RHJonAflkiit(2-3.
HalOotttHt
Mattcm Jonn Gibbons (enter
mien flnt full tea- • CirffPoima (Mi^^B).
LHBany ZIto (11-11.4,48 ERA.
B.18.0/8 tavet), RHJtfl NaUcn (1-3.033
(1-:
Connit:.Ui
LHP DunUMn.C Benito SanUfr
163
PodnjAiiacU, ton).
4.65),
163 Kt). RH RXft Hardan (11-7,3.99,167
J7
• for Tteai).lH Matt Thornton (w ;,4.13).RH
4.;
ySUnnett,lNFOetJneiafo(iJ.lHP
Kt).
h tjio tiJ Unoup: CFJoiwFy Demon1(,304,
(,3C
H«^ Htn: 3B Corey KotkJo.
10. 0OHINF SMa HO- Hot Spot: Can tM 0flinl<\|iir*aD»flr«0f»C«
oftin
JO.CKaDySi
Kt). RH Oan Karan (3J. 4.90 In 46 IP(or
»
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M(03,
l>«t.flHPMWjdAtondo,OFO** . SLl
20 HRi . 94 RSIt. 123 Rt), SS Eogtr
R(
^fR|nt^
• lenbrand. LHP Scott Schooner
itlllerwyofOnJOMtIn
SL Loula. U-4.4,16 In TtlpleA). RHJoa
>ene«<ia. RHP Chtd - tM power and contliic
4.71). LHOaoita-SMnU(3-1.3.B0I
som ai
tf>Ryan BukvWi.
Bar
rts 1,287.10.72.17 S8 wnn SL UMitl.
ouitl. U
'Caudin, mP Scofi Downt,I, INFJohnMcDonINI
right neio?
BlAntan (ll-B. 4.19 In THpl»A). W Oln
. same* for Seana).
UMWCFOavldDoJatu*|.287.T
Mn
Manrv RtmWi (.308, loa(u»4esding
hg43
4;
akJ.'
•tatlDMtzWUllhO>(Ml scott FMt««lk
Mayar (98.3.49 ERAIn DoubleA art] IHiplaplaHe(S«eeT7itttanart.Aftafa31-«i<n
•KntMaon
!Bll.BSei),LfTiienc«Lor«
A)o
KRt; 130). OH CMuld Omr (.301.41.
i:
1.139).
Ht^ OutU Hw«: IB Ctrlott D
e
indto
toad off? It n IM fooK^Rt. 39 R
Bli
A) or KaUdV ViOu (80.3.03 In Jtpan) or
Delgado.
INF
piaata ttsnd up and
In 2003. t40|«f mfnatad or^ 7 mtti
itn and
rhp
IB K«tn Mmtr (,297.18.74), C Jaton
two
(-»9.p. 28.
28.wftn San Otego), IB Mika
ton .
cnnt Gomer. SS Cnnt wmo
> INFOF
ooMrd,
lenittt t»tted J1 44 (w
« yean ago or tM
RHPKJrkS*artooa(2-1.4.44). .
needa ta nboinL Inlulu took thi»
wirtod. '
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1.287,22.79)..0H M * n ^ ln
Kn
I
n (-319.
Om Berg, LHP VUtiiO DaI Lot
LO: SanUt, RHP
topnomort tiumpef
•f Ht
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RHOct^V) Ootal (66.3.69.
9.
- «WiPiMlromIt*ln|moUortMitc<
Mccndhvr
' 30/,
8,23.48 |*m«l|.3B Bill Moeller (.283
.283.12.
PatHemgen.nHPKovinFrKle
percontage?
(-307.18..ee).a3Angt(BeiTT>«{JQ3.B.
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ton withjutle J1 13
3 oonoata
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3.177
Cath,
it).
Budi (.239.12.30). Itf
jut,
ffiltaSo»mutt«t«too«J,*3.1*SBt).
' Bettsm Dnt: TM WMta
Juan Cna (64.3,76), RH KJkaCalaro (3-1.
-1.
.RUUongDiliiltMlpfttRianonmi
inM that.
SO).
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it« uu ovenwrM (M Otpan
C>n>' Bnmn
(<
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Cat
(.293
pncMnj and Oafent«
3.7S. 3, .176 BAagilntt). LH RK(n)9 ftt>
:)tnd
n- ’
fwhad latt kitMAL In runa (698)«
NotMaK RHCun SctillUng (21-6.3.26
E
4f« ■a>«9n n pradue*r» Let . 28 Tbry Grtft
irtffa.’iiM(.2e3.3.36)orf)uMn :
con (1-1.3.69. .300 OAVI. U(). - ,
.26 ERA.
1 HR. 26 ROIt) 20 Ortando
H>
H Hudton
(.270,
(um of poMr hm«n
ccn
rwR» IUM(138), FTtnMln ranked aecond
a*
In
203 Kl), LH(3W0 Wolit |12fl. 3,73.2C
(daily
with
tm»iima
MvP
'
Ootn(-270,
'0,1.461.3D
Mark
Taarwi
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3.20
- 12.58).CFVimonW«llt(.27:
(.272.33.67). 38
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Of
tMALinloaatabuihadnwsmRi
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BBt in 195 2/3 lnnv«t Xth Stn Diegol
>m«(enin2004|.
•
im
i
ilego). RH
Corn Kotliio (.251.29.71).
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1). OH SMa HuitnFiwk TMmu not
opecudbodiw tliMn
notplaylnmi
ma l!« T)vM ee«i - Muldtr md Kudtcn
n
’ p o r t h t M n ^ - . 3.14nnaparr
irnlna
Matt Oomom (9-13,3.68 -flh Oilca«o
brand {,310,19.80 lor Anon
noma). IB Enc '
atMraeovvrtfroman
manUiturgiry.
RatatWcAHJ
IHJotaUm* 11:^6.4,07 for Loa '
- tM pmaura'Ml b« on ma HaltT heik - • lnnlr«tpKcha0.()utitadQ,lr(ur«9Ui
I Uat y w ,,'
0*1). RHHm W«af«ld (13-10.4,87).
3rntZ«unU69.
87). iRH
Hintl« (,246. IS, 69). C Gnt
AngeietDods
odgan),fiHZ»ckOfotnk»(e-U.
ywr
lou(«iUfi Hann, Meyer «id BUmen—to
to
atao mutt {Joat Mil. .
BfontonAflOio 1109.4.03)..
te^iD dtm
3.97).LHBni
. 6.38)RFA)l«Ri0t(je6.1,;
. t , 26).SSRutt
BntnAndanon(6i2,8.e4|.-RH ' ddaow
tn Vtht Mnt ta maka Rfiadi to mtIM - atatstM b 8*tQ)*biek»ouitr)*Ma
la ae t'' Kn M t a m RHKann FMks (5-3.2,11
2,17,
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I. Kevin Packard, Chris
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/Islons
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a n d all events.
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obs
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eating for his seconil dagreo blaci
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trs
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evei
lg their *
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managem ent and delegatl
The S390 fee for eachS el<
m ™
indudes ali program mat
materials.
Discounts a rc providedd to th o s e
who sign u p for m ore th
thaa n o nc
' clem ent o f th e course o r I
ganizatlons th a t register 1
morc Individuals.
.
Prercgisiratlon is required;
req
contact Sherry Rust at 73;
[email protected] csi.edu.
,
Port; producers hold
he
in q u e t
m eeting and banq
o n a new 8.000-s
^•squareid Is accdemdng,’’ said Bill construcdon
coi
iVay The
C aibeny.airi
airport manager.
• foot
fi>o han g ar a t 161 Joslin Wa
houses som e of d ie! com
c
paCarberryst
y said tliea lq jo n ’sgrovirthls hangar
hai
planes, W^ilker sold.
foUowing Mr
Magic VallcC^s rapid com - ny'seigh(
n^
Walkersaid Spur Aviation wants
w;
(o '
m erdal and
id rrcsldendai growth.'
\
to expand by adding
“H’s j u s t a nr atura ltren d o sd iev a lley condnue
coi
continues lo
10 grow," he said. T h i s is and
ani upgrading dicir radio sy
)f industry that follows (he bu(
bui (he grow th all depends ooin conIhc type ofl!
up s ^nd dow
from d ie BLM. He couldn't
a
!owns of Uie economy, a n d tracts
trai
^ we're looking
elaborate
o n th e BLM contrac
Ing good r i ^ t now.”
cla!
wei
week b ccausc th e govemment
issued th e m yet, he said.
th e r m ean s
“T he contracts aren't oui yet,'
n.'W alkg o o d b u ssiinn e s s
er said T hursday.'L ast week theysald
thi
'iadon, a TWin Bills-bascd ItIt w
v ould b e next week, and thi
his week
Lisinessthatprovldcsrccon- they
the said 11 w ould be next week
«k."
VMker
\
is anxious to get thos
naissance an d c o m m u n ic ad o n
loscconir Bureau
o f Land M anage- tracts
trai
bccausc, he said,, diey'U
support for
E
Qghters, Is looking tow ard translate
tnu
into 30 pcrcent grov
. m en t flreDgh
owth for
ier w ith som e tmccrtointy. die
the company.
icr weather often sparks the
"Wc’ro sitting around on pii an d
diess ttha( keep the com pany needles
ri«
w iidng," Walker said.
busy, said ow ner Mike Walker,
T h c y saly
y lit's going to be a good flro ftf.
G ro w in g b u s i n e s s c llm a tc [fQ
said. “But d ie n (h(w . ,
season.-WVolker
all
said lhal las(
Jasi year and it rain ed all h e lp s A rm e x p a n d
te r avia1summer."
I
sprlng-andsu
Business
is good for chartc
idon bic.
I. Spur
Aviadon com pleted don
doi com pany iPredsion Aviadc
L .ir a l l .S
,
TWIN FALLS — T hhee Idaho
Pork Producers annual1 ba
banquet,
and m eedng will be h d d Saturday in Roo m 276 0 f th e Col
C o l!^ of
Southem Idaho'sIhylorBu
rB u ilc ^
' R e ^ tr a d o n will oe Irom
froi 6:30
. lo 9 am .Jo h n C arr.a n Io w
erinarian. will be the m
met)m iiic
speaicer. A ban q u et lunc
u n d l will •
I k served a t noon.
The aftem o o n meetin
'd T M ;
^
a( 1 p m w ith Jodi
speaking o n " P ro iea Pig.’
y -M iy one Interested is invltea
For info rm atio n , call
Bennett a t 543*4412.,
Dryweatlii
CSI offers small
business worksho
hop
■
TWIN FALLS - Tllo
h e Idaho
Small Business Dcvdo{
ijo p m cm
Center at (he Coilcgc o f SoulhOT
Sot
Idaho will hold a one-c\
w o r k u p for small-busine
ero torstem 6:30 to 9-30 pjT
27 at thcoQ lccsof Dodos a
sodates, 397 Bhic Lakes Blv
“Everything You Want
'ant (and
is
Need) to Know About Tlixcs''
Tli:
lessovm designed (o help business
ers b etter-understand th
thee taxes
(hey m u st p ay and Icam
a m tcch^
niqucs to reduce (hem. J.
Dodds, a certified-pubU
countant, will discuss; updates
u;
tax laws,
a n d reccnt changes in tax
tech niq u es to defer oorr s h if t.
(axes, structuring (he business
bu
cndty a n d m ore.
T he fee is $40 p er• p«
p e rso a
Spouses' o r business poj
m ay enro ll for a n aadli
$10; con(ac( Sherry Rus(
a 32s(a(7
6455 or a( srust^csLi'du.
r
■
jb K
^
I
^
a
italTITnporta
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________
y j
n
'Honme sellers frt
ret as
moi)itgage rates:
5rise
*
■
higpl
,
'
-
,
T w i nr F a l l s a i rrfp o r t s e e s
«
p n v aa t e i n d u s tlry g r o w t h
a
as welL The compj
npany, h eaded by 20year pilot Mark
rk Doerr, m oved its
from (he Jerome airoperations base: fn
las( falL The
p o rt to Joslin Field
FI
com pany leasess oofllce space in the
rt’s terminal, Cort>cny
TWin Falls airport’
^ i s depart from the
said, a n d its flight
TWin Falls runways
ays.
Precision Aviadc
adon operates a sinR l c - e n ^ e , five-i
e-passenger Cessna
l\irb o 206,iTcll
as well
a s a [& e*passcnger, tw in -en ^ n e ti
turboprop King Air'
200. T he compan;
lany caters to M a ^
professionals w oiim g
Valley business pro
for corporations
IS ai n d agri-business
Qnns,
IS, ai n d it offers pilot instructii
nlon
and1aircraft
air
m anagem ent servicess fio r
Indepe:
^ n d e n t pilots.
“Tlie
In e m ove (olW in Falls and (heeaa cqulsidc
sidon o f d ie King Air will allow
w us
tobettc
«tter ca(cr (o (he scheduling nee
eeds
of }ur
ourcus(om ers tiirough Increasi
ased ■
Toft availability and tiie p re d se
i airaalt
e in
strumc
uncnt
a p p ro a ch
capablU
provide
vlded a t tiie M arie Valley Regior
onol
A l^Kjrt,"
r t, D oerr s a ld ln a statem ent,
It.
Oirtv
larbcrry ^ d D oen's abili(y to o p :
erate
idori
le aa successful charter aviadt
compai
ipany in TWin Falls speaks w diU
l of
Please see FlYINO, PageiC8
C
er
} rates climb higher
I r t ^ e a r m o rtg a g e i
'
)flt
ago raios on 30-year,
a ortgagosrosotoe .01 porcont
am
a
this we according to a notionwkto
s
k) survey
by Froddle Maa tt was
.thosM
ilxtti consocutivo wookly Incroaso,
ISO.
Weekl avorago 30-yeor mortgago
ig o r e te a
n%
8in%
’ O.Ope;
I
I
s.e
IHlllMI
Home sales
S o lo s o t existing hom 98'
es
docroQSOd last month.
70 mink I
fl-70
^
I.
I
I
A ni
tim e since laj
. th a t h d p e d: plast
u June. Bccause
3a. — A four- est rates —1push
lm u p oth er interMARIETIA. Ga.
- Induding th e jdeld
iJtn . Jan. J a a Jan.- Fob. F«b.'
>. F
Fit). Fab. Mard) March U«di Mmh '
bedroom ranchI hom
h e widi a o n d ie lO-yca
3
10
17 24 '
I J*e
13 20 27
3
10I 17 34
•ycar.TVeasury
note,
to
finished basem ent and swim- . w hich tends
——
M A M J J A 8 0 NNID J F
Is tol Influence m ort:E:Frwi>9«Mae
dooUng a golf gage rates —
m lng pool oVerlo<
A
2004
2008
n o<ne of Gror- (okc longer—fothey say It could soorce;
course fairway in
r for
should th eir hom es
ai people to sell
gla% to p school districts
dis
AP
igo.A ndstoricsofbldding olo f th e Georgia Assodadon
n ocf
beast^fo rS S O S)9,000.
.C
.
w as natt th e prices diey , ycaragc
pushing sales prices tai M
Mortgage Brokers.
Not foM w nerr Sherry
SI
Hersh.
Sofar.thoug)
In Cailfpnila, som e industr
u stn Uonandup,arcnYscQlnj
Insas& ist
- ^ S v e!^th d r asking prlM condnfislnterestratcs
ing o f the 3ugh.slgnsofaslow
hoi
w ho b l a l i ^ rising
i
drculateln
m
iW
m
ark
c
ts,
ol
observers
ore
projecting
a
gntd
as th e y did In recentt im onths.
housing joggcm aut u e to d r
for keeping h e r nom
hi e on the ’ a rc m ostly ano
U ngN ew YorkC/tyondthc uiual slow down b i pricess aas sa id B arbara Frankel-/
1-Abrams,
onccdotaL
Inchidlr
y aayean
New -hom
e
m arketfqr nearly
b s o fW ia h in g to n .n C . biborrowing costs rise and allbrd
lord-' vice p resident o f anWlaatjo m e ’I t i m ad e It mor
lo re difllcult to 9.4 pcrcent nIne Fsales soarcd-by suburbs
n M econom ists a re fbrc- alability bccom es on even mnore
or
sonR ealtyG roup.
In
February,
th
e
govgvcni
sell Jt.'* says Hcrah,
sh, w ho runs,a e m m e n t rcpor
acutelssue.
ig
'th
at
h
o
m
e
sales
a
n
d
at
“M
aybe
c
a
n
^
g
a
a qi u a rte r
o n Thursday,
casting
small prom odonx
onol products A nd while ported
sal
Mtmiflring prices a re likely ^ •'T h e p icture for CaUfoml
im la . p e rcc n t increase {In inti
nterest) is
^
com pany o u t o f hhie r suburt»in
(nvned homsales
es o f previousfy e v c rliifm
ortgD m ratcscontln- hi
h a s be en g n ^ b u t I think bthha
a s m o re fbnnldable a t dial
la t price,”
nes
dip
p
ed
0.4
perto
co
o
li
Atlanta hom e. “It's
*lt'i m ade m e , c e n d a stm o n tl
' hea d i d ^ e r th is year, ststarted cnohglnft'' 'sold Bruc
nic e sh e sa ld .
m ore c o n sd o u s ooff w hat I will w o e betteronui.
thi th e tc3uIt»stlU ue to ):on 30-yeor. 0 x ed -rate NNorris, p re s k fa jT o f n tt Noiri
^nris
Sin
Oty^
housing
moj
laxkethas
: than analysts wen: Rates c
g e tfo rth e h o u sein
ino rd e rto b u y
forecasting.
iogesroscthlsw cckforthe G:
Grotq), a real estate InvcstmcQ
neat
been
hot
d
m
i^
the
ppee riod o f .
mortga^
a new house."
A tth e so m e i
v e d c ln a rtw a n d n o w o v - acom paiw . " Ih e ie ^ certalnh
ilnly low interest
over
i e last
t th
n
e
dme,
th
e
m
edian
.
stu
b
w
c
Real esuite and
n ortgage ex- price for new 1
dm
Just obovo ,6 p c rc e n t gc
going to b e upcom ing weakoes
Bess
several.
yeaiB.
But
sonu
me
moit*
:w
h
om
es
w
here
crage
J:
p e n j fo ,n i Los
, ngeles to halfsellfbrm ot
s A
In C ^ o ^ pecause we^«rjust
Jus
n m e .A y e a ra g o th e y a v - ui
gageag^ iaL B sV teaa
aabelieve
o io5 re a j^ h a lfsd lfo r o i ^ n w
Chlcoffo to Atlanta
i( a .s ^ H e ta b ^
l e s s ^ rose
bbout gotten to th e point wher
l5 .4 p ero e m .
bt
uere
•
that
riilng
lates
could
i rt to
d
sta
e 5a p ercen t from a eragedS
me m ore com- y e a rea iiler(o
case could bccorae
lat^ h a p p en ln g w lth rotes w
w
oV
e
jid
ce
d
.o
u
r
t}^lcal
b
i
^
. put the brskes^on thdrih1o u slo ii
■viliai
m o n In (he wakesof(heFcderaI
of
In February.(o
Foia rocord $230,700
out o f his ability to-make'thi
d n g th e sd le rv ro rB e d u m ' oi
I die I bcknn. making K moree i
Rcscrvei d e d slonn (his
( w eek to th e m edian^F
prioredsdnghom es, Ishurtln
;fi buyei* a n d bonio prices m
i ,'V I forseHera...:I
.remlght bonk lost m onth,I pricc
an w as $191,000 Uis (he
Increase th e oven
H l g h - ^ ^ S e s In partt
o . "Pooplfl have dedded
Uteo o u t if n o t go a little
taof
e d th e y te
, an a p ercen t in- wlBflatt
*said Boh
^q t i c ^ ; d i ^ p t i c ^ a t $1 mil
len d in g rate forr th
ti e seventh , creasc fromI thi
mQ* ' Pleaso seoMORTaAQE;
tP s g i.c s ^
thb
m o n th a lowtf,''s.
PreM________
ITia A iioclatw l Pr&
E vening
TWIN FALLS
Evi
at te ach
co m pu(cr d a s s c s (hat
Dme an d
b ^ c skills In m ost homi
am s will
ofHce softw are program;
at
; begin th e flrst week o f April
Ai
. th e CoUegc o f Southern
I aha
m Id
Most o f tn e classes mec
nect o n c
evening a w eek for five
^
bl! weeks
andcam onecT cdiL
Introductory classesI in d u d e
Spreadsheets, Windows,
V3, W ord
Processing, In te m c t.'' Q uickbooks, U sing a Scanner
ner and
Microsoft Offlce. An Intn
n tio d M toiy course in com puten
(ers olso
will be ( a u ^ ( In Spanish
ilsh. For
(hose w ho are pursuing
I g o< r Investlgadng a carccr remti
d ated to
information technology,
y, a t v ^
credi( PC P re p d a s s W b e
' t a u ^ t o n I b e s d a y a n dJ Tl
T hursday evenings.
For Inform ation about a
th e classes, co n tact 01
O lcnka
Paredes a t
732-6441
^41 o r
[email protected] csLeda
.
ncreaseed
concern
-U .
fis
CSI plans evening
gg
com puter classes
rh ^
a ig
'S-
______________
ImniI
S iiid m M iR ii n .sK»5
ix i
j
)U R
Commerctal drfvers
Cook, Cheyney a n d Sweet
------ 1 offer a variety o f Inve
ivestm ent
products and servicessinduding
in
several mutual funds,
\
s, variable
annuldes and variablesunhrersal
uj
d l
Ufeinsunmca
9 fl|
Farmers Insurance^G
Giroup of
Ion's thirdCos. Indudcs the nadon
J H
largest homes and auto
to insurer.
! ■
Based In Los Angeles an
anid doing
business In 41 states,
I
3, Rrnners.
.provides home, auto, bi
life insurance a n d fli
' Lois RaMpjez
M laSonnun
services through 15,000
I »j slve agents ancl
r ^ ^ s r i
T W l‘ ]
F A U S - PProrc
H j ^ ^ l B I fcssioiuIThic
DrivingSchCK
announce
ih c m d u a d o :
of three stu
dents, e a c
triples
ani
i KentSonraon h a z a r d o u s
I m a te ria l
j endorsem ents.
te d
' L ouis Rodriguez g rad uaate
t Feb. U . He will wo A forWemei
, M ike S oren so n m d u aate
tc fd
; M arch 10. H e wiU work fo r
I C en tral
' K en t S orenson graduate)
ated
; M arch 14, H e will w ork fo r
i C entral
RonHepwxth
Bu‘SINIESS i
■
p55i
Mke Diettich
Ja n u a ry
S ' ” “C n 5 [
m
• In s u p p o rt
-S c c u riv o fDeer D onald
R itter jo in e d
C actus Petes
inA prill991.
• In gaming
— Mike DietC ham ii Brewer ^rich. . w ho
etes In Novemjoined Cactus Petes
tte c h n ld a a
ber2003,lsasIottec
:d ^beverage —
* ^
Beverage
server
/er C harm ln
Petes in
Brewer joined CCactus
ad
)utors
|n |j H
I n s u ra n c e a g e n ts
!'---------------------Falls
- TWin FaU
residents GSary
ar
Cook
an<
and
S h a y 1 0o In
Q icyney anc
and
Klmberiy resi
d ent
Cat
“Scott" Swee
o f the Farmer
ners
I n s u r a nIC
c tC
lave
I Q *vCook
^irtof
I ^
— becom epaito
a group 0
F a rm e rs
naU
professional:
now licensee
iffer
to ,
ofle
in v c s tm e n t
products, ir
in
th e
addition to thi
t r a d l t i o nn aa l
i n s u r a n 1cce 0
products thei
Ihey
I ShaytaiCheyney already pproro
:__________ vide.
' T h e= 3y
passed
the
th e
s e c u r i t iice !s
liccnse e x o n
and com plct
'je te d a sp e c:Iallil
Izcd trainint
m
p r 0 g r a1 tr
sponsored b}
Farmers ^Fl'
n a n c l a :1
I jC,
: Cal ■Scott’Sweet SoIuUonsLLC
the b ro kleerer
' dealer afilliatc.
■
L ^ ^ ^ « J i_ ia a
>Meadows
JacUsMt^ifiy VhcoM
^
r
J m /S
lonieAbetastiil
Jakel^
C o m m e rc ia l d r iv e r s
T W lN FA LLS-TheTt
:T o p G u n
d e m y in
Thick Driving Acadei
TWin Falls said Ron Hep
[epw orth,
Jim M u n h y and Jacklc
Jd c M urp h y gracTuated March-1:
i - l l ,e a c h
w idi a Q oss A com mercial
erc driver’s
license w ith
eodorsem ents.
graduated
M lran Bartolovlc gnti
M arch l4 ,an d V b iceM
e
VfeadowB,
a n d Jake
Lonnie A berastiui anc
<arch 18,
Daniels graduated Mar
eachiviihaC lassA com
imim erdal
\vith
driver’s
liccnse
endorsements.
a
C a s in o w o rk e rs
_
JACKPOT, Nev. —- C
( actus
Petes Resort Casino aruic
threew lnncrsofrccentei
ce awards.
.A d o p t io n a g e n c y b e g i nIO
s
I o p e r a t i n g In Id a h o
ling
RUPERT— A New Bcginnlnj
ndy
IA doption Agcncy rccend)
lelp
. o pen ed in Idaho with the help
!— —
w iw o f a S29,00C
000
federal grant
X '
I
JM
the
fo r
I
Institute foi
velW jjH M
Youth DevelopmcnL
n
ey
Tho agency
ast! provides h o m e studies, postces,
pla ce m e n t ad option services,
’ training a n d support m u p sifo
foir
th e
ifamiUes ad o p tin g from the
ally,
U nited States o r internationally
Jrig
; The agcncy m aintains a waiting
opt
: list forComilieswantingto adopt
|ancwt>om.in
! A N c w B e tfn n ln g ls b a se d1 in
)tkI Boise, a n d licensed social vrorkt h ee
jc r Dbdo Thte-Dcnnls la th
ley.
I casew orker fo r M a ^c Valley.
om
I TUte-Dennls gnidiiated from
995
I Boise State U nlvcral^ In' 1995
ssia
I a n d h a s w orked in Mlni-Cassla
j for th e past 10 y e a n
cy!s
! I h c m a j o i ^ o f the ogchcy^s
ttve
staff a n d {oiinders ore a ^ p ttv
e
patCTts, a p rcssielcascsak lTrh
h oe
ad ircao r o f tho agency, Buhl n ah
e
dvc Stephanie P i m adopted err
daughter from China in 2002.
'O u r agency^ emphasis amn det'
o rk
focus Is o n building a network
cao f ongoing sijpport and educa*
tipa fb r fam ilies thero b a hugo
n e e d i n th is com m unity for
moro s u p p o rt groups for fiunl*
lies a n d a d o p te d c h ild r ^ T
PcailsaldL
ic y
S in c e open in g , the ag ency
lies
; h as com pleted, SO hcnne studies
te n
' for fiuziill» o ^ p tin g children
ait&om C hino. Hold and (ho U i^te d States. Ualso b as an adoptive
%
placem ent pending fbr a d iU d
OL'
t h r o u g tho foster caro system.'
Set
A Neiv -Bcgliming will o ilm
Ion
free. A do p tio n ’Inform adon
Sem inars at'7 'pjn.V \fedaesday
Jg
ja t'th b 'iH e y b u m C ham ber o f
.m .
•Com m erco olScc, and at 4 b.rn.
April I S a t B a m b and Noble i n
TWlDRjIIs=,' .r-:--70.. ,,
to -- '
u F o r'in fo im a tlo n , call T ito
iMm
AnM
im ainJ iu
y
a w w ij^
X a n Q o d is tr ib u ti
FIANSEN — ly
I ^n n a n d Dea
DlUe o f H ansenn vw ere recogn
JI
0o u tstan d in g
a
adtlcvcm
ent
a
LLCs M adnU
s s
R e g io n a l
Convcnlion,
held In Las
J J j i . , ' ”'
“ S * '! ; ; ;
T l ''
are dhttlbu. tors for th e
U la h .b a s c d
com pany,
a p ate n te d
dietary supp Ie m e n t
nm ade from
tlth e w hole
nm angosteen
XanGo
K H i p i j H l L j fruit.
fi
I'
It
luice is m arDea DIOb
^H. ® ^ ®
througli
a
U
netw ork o f indcpc
'P “ ‘'™ <*‘»tributors In th e United
Ur
Slates
a n d I I foreign mark
Nearly 3,500 distributors
c
gathered in Las Veg:
sales, to o ls an id
d hcM l i r ^
founders a n d (op
li
ip leadeiB.
T he
DUIcs rcachcd the
i c t(t o p t ^ b ^
to r level -and were
c re re e o g n te d
oUier le a d e n
o n stage w ith oth
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Idaho o n tth e organizadon's
n g its annual conferboard during
ence Feb. 2:7
7 dirough
1
March l i n
Spokane, Vi^
Thom as Iis director o f die
Icrome Chan
am berofC om m crcc
The Northwe
west Chambcr Leaders indudc
d e s cham bers o f
com m erce! in W ashington,
ntana, Oregon, AlasIdaho, Monti
lada.
S u s a n M lo
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TWIN B
falls' S usan
cctorofM aglcV alley
M orris,direc
Medical Center's AnR ^ o n a l Mc
-ices, was installed as
dUary Servio
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d en d sts M ark
L a m b e rt,
M ark A lexander,
Kyle
P o p p le to n ,
Thicy S avage
andAc
I Adam Hodges p artid p ated
i n ‘‘Giv
GivedieK ldaSm ilcD ay” o n
Feb.1. 26.
2i Theyprovldcd seatm ts,
p ro phylaxis,fIuorideandX-rays
ph
for about
al
40 under-served
Magic
gicValleychlldrenatlheCollege: of
0 Soudiem Idaho dental
[stant program's facility. T he
assista
JC of services donated was
lut 57,100. The event w as
insored by die Soudi Central
ho Dental Sodety.
h c sodety presented S600 In
olarships to dental assisting
lents for d id r parddpadon.
dents who received th e scholdps to atumd die Nadonal
erican Denial Asslsdng ConncelnW3shington.D.C,wero
iJS”irca Probasco, H ddiW iIion.
3 ? ^ra, ; Jennings, ICurle Himicr,
laV^3gBmandTbnnilic.Sm]dt
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Wln
i
Falls
Is porddpating in a ca
cam]
palgn
to. ra lsajn o n ey for local
Io
1
andnadonal
chlldrensdiaril
irides
1 offering to d o professio
by
:!onaI
I
tcedi
whitening now tb roo iu ^
1
lurie
30 in cxclionge for th e p| a - •
t
dents'
personal d o n atio n too d1ie
!
Smiles
for Life Foundation.
. The requested d o n atio3n
n is
1 dian th e standard fee
less
e for
1
tccdi
whitening; 50 perc enil'w
ts ili'' •
1 10 die Valley H ouse Hon
go
omeI
less
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]
pcrccnt
to national chlldrc
Iren's
1
chariUes
througli th e Ga:
jarih
!
Brooks
Team m ates for K
Kids
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FOimdallon.
Tlie. cam paign is o rg anlized
b
I the Crown Council, a n ;asby
:
soclatlon
of^^
d e niiisis
ii
1
throughout
North A m erica,
:a, of
1 hich Sawtooth D e n ta l is a
w
i ember. Tlie Smiles for L
m
Ufe
I
Foundation
has raised m<
more
.1
than $17 million since it v
1
organized
in 1998.
SawTor inform ation, call Sa
t odiD tntal at 733-4515.
to
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lologlsts,
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aa n d
education
p r o g n m s—
- prom otes profesnpctencc and high
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/ pracdce, and suppons (hc n eced
t for die public to
clinical laborareceivc a c n urate
ir
loiylest resul
suits.
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1 Falls an d Celeste
Armstrong; o f Hansen will exhibit Anguss catde a t dtc 2005
Western Regi
^ o n a l Junior /\ngus
Show to b e; 1held April 22-23 in
Reno, Nev.
A rmstrongng an d C unis are
memb n bers of the AmericanAngusAs
Assodation. based In
SL Joseph. M a They arc two o f
76 young An
\n g u s breeders who
have entered
x l a total o f 197 head
c m p c tcc for championship
''onois.'^
Judging cdivisions in d u d e
bred ™ d ovi
owned heifers, bred
and owned :bl
bulls, heifers o w n ^
byUicexhlblt
3itor,steersandco\vThe showVtIs sponsored by die
A m erican A
Angus A ssodadon
and die Wes
estcm Suites Angus
Assodadon.
Agra Foods, a potato-proceulng
|
1,OM '
ng plant
In 1\«ln Falls, gave $10,0
conAgi
Aercy
ith the Magic Valley Self Kelp
I f Houting Idaho to help with
leownenhip Program, which h as provided
1
)or- ■
homeownerahlp oppor
lie s for more than 50 families sin
tunftlei
since 2001. Pictured from left In '
front:t are
si Ed White, ConAgra plant; operatloni
opi
alls;
manager for TwInFall;
Rich1 K
i
Kenny
of Mercy Housing Idaho;
I
De- '
10; LaDeane
Brown of the U.S. De
pjrtme
tment of Agrlculture'e Rural Devel
svelopment; and Julie Qalbralth of
cy H ouilnj Idaho. In th e second
( are Lony Nickel of RuralI Dend row
C .
ipmont, Ann Alvarez of ConAgra
ai Bill Bryant of U.S. Bank. In
'a and
velopm
third row are Paul SmHh of Meroj
ttiothli
lyof
eroy Homing Idaho and Judy Bay
Rural
Bl E
Development.
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network area sviih th e! addition
ac
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ongoing emphasis o n1 reliable
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Procesi
lesa of Change and M n Falls Area
ISMIrea Chamber of Commerce ambasi
dorsi ce
ite
celebrate the new b u sln e u , wtio»
^ose goal (s to provlda a complete
tment
treatm
t program for subatanca abus<
lents
bute. Programs link Individual cllen
wfthIaervlcee
tei
and programming appropi
ngit
iroprtate for their needs. A building
undersr conitractlon. Proceaa of Change
nge can be reached at 316-2013.
I
ured from left are Shawn Lae Watei
Mers, marketlfig and development;
Irt;
MarfcW
k Wlbeman, clinical director; Jarod
md Catmull, chief exKuUve; andJ
Matttwi
Ihew MacAIUster, chief operations
»n» officer.
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W ro
Community Partnenh
Btihlpt celebratet'K i opening wH
«1th th e TVrin Fall.
Area Chamber of Coir
Commerce, Pictured from left In1 back
t
are Aurelia
0.lv m ,« i« .p y t« clu
.
ictmlelan;
Colleen BaIrd, evaluatlc
Itlon manager; and
ployment coordinator. In front are
ira R. Donna Bunn, a
R«n<*y Given#, employ
therapy technician; Kathei
ttertns Hansen, exeoticonsumer; Nancy Qraen,
Qra
tive director; and Jody
Jod; Relchel, regional program manager.
artnershlps
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I s n o w o p e n fioirr i b u a l n e s s
TWIN F A L L S—
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nov open for
business a t 12011 Foils
Fc Ave. E ,
N a3 4 .
ilo y ^ w o r k ln
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o
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',
m ental
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and a newV division, menUd
healdi counsi
iseling. Th<3 agcncy
strives to prc
irovide self-rellancc
and independ
ndencc for progrtmi
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RUPERT — Som e: Id
1 aho I
isagreed w ith th c so rsto3c deliver as m u c h p n xiuct
fanners have begun using
C om m ercoddis
islble from Idaho a n d die
as possl
..
NPPC
system s to conlrol ih clr i
w e st
Northwi
th eir soil
F B im D C
' lio n pivots, an d track the:
ra tu re ,
m oisture a n d lem piccn
S p u d c o n tra
. farmers and oflicinls say.
p u b llc M o n c a t e r s
s jw u m a js h o w s m a ll
TTic technology, w hich I
»Ml,r.port
_— Potato contract
n a il f a n n e r s
SHIc
'Dcld information to prodi
IDAHIHO, FALLS — People
n c g o tiad o nIS
s tare nearly c»m h o m e base stations, offer
Ig Informadon ab o u t th e
a v e tim e I------------^-------------------------^------ ■ p le te w ith .J.l
eral advantages. It con sav(
.J.R. Simplot C o.,' seeking
IS specialty a n d organic
K>ds a n d Con A ^ regjons
. a n d water, ensure the croj
crop gets States arc pointini
ting fingers a t M cCain Foods
IS and Iheir products now
n bb Weston. H einz farmers
th c right m oisture a n d mc
m oriitor their n e l^ ib o rs to th e nordi.
Foods Lam
problem s with pivots.
say O m adlan
co n tra cts ire
arc expected to b e h a v e a 1nnewspaper lo serve their
’ U.S. producers sa
extweek.
• needs,
‘ “You can know rightIt ooff th c hog'producers arc
are basking In
c o m plctenext
cremental Increases
TbiuJic/j t/w Soii which was crcb a t \vhat's going on." said
aid Keith government subslc
•sidles an d are
Small increr
Esplin, executive d lrccto
after Soudiem Idaho attid byy1Idaho RiHs residents Ben
o rno f i h e se llin g h o ffito theeU
l nited States w ere ^ n afte
m d Doug Field, calls Itself a
iperadve bargaining Gislnani
P otato Growers o f Idah
d a h o in at aitifidaUy low prl
prices.
Potato Cooper
oots connecdon to w hole
Blackfoot. "I think It’s ainn excel(
T h e flood o f low
o w -pricedho^ co m m itte ess rncgodated \vidi^ grassroo
forms,
major processors for' foods, hihc!alth and
lent technology."
down each o fth e maj
from Canada h a s pushed
p
owccks.
"Idiirlin k th ccon ceptofbuying
leniiBcli-Kcarl l ^ i s nncarR
e
u - U.S. hog priccs an
n d inflicted se- th e p a st t\vo\w
pert iastailcd radio systen
s one o f die biggest dibigs
Items o n vere financial harm
rm o n U .S .h o g
W hile le
d ie small Increases localise
jg." Glsln said.
each of its 100 pivoLs tw o} seasons
sc
producers," .said1 Ji
Ion Caspers, were n o t aIS
s nmuch as growers coming,
ago, said farm aclfninisi
Glslnn printed 2 3 0 0 copies o f
nistra to r Swalesdale, Iowa,:. producer
p
and
ha d h o p e d for,
for, die consensus a t
• Bryan JcntzsclL Now farm
rst issue In January a n d
ecUng h d d Tuesday die first
m w1 o rk - a past president o f thc
i National a SIPCO meeti
copies o f die sccond issue
. ers can control pi\T)ts rem
:y I]
Irm was d iat d ur- 5,000 co
remotely, Pork Producers Cou
>Juncil(NPPQ. a t d ie Burley
saving time o w r pcreonai
rch.
.
hours
o f in'M ard
nally inThe NPPC took
)k iits concerns ing
c o u nidess
dc
specting and operaiihg ead
"Ourir philosophy h a s b e e n
each o n e to th e U 5 .D c p a rtrr
U n ent o f Com- n e g o tia tin g; idie bargaining
m a steady, b u t w c really
o n tlic I5.000-acrc farm.
merce in 2004 acxiisIngCanada
cu
co m m itte ess ddid a good jo o slow ani
ircumstances.
believee iin what we’re doing," h e
o r u n d e r th c drcij
o f unfair tra d e! pracdces
c
said,
c tl
hogs into die
’Ih e m ainn nreason preventing
llfiO
"dumping" o f live
H o g p r o d u c e r s ch arg<
aiscs is supply U aho
G isin:n s a ld a lo to f e f f o r tls p u t
the dme. die higher Inoease
United States. Att tl
C a n a d i a n d u m p in g
making th c p a p e r look
UiontoSmilUonhun- into m;
p a rtm en t af- stll]has4miIlioi
C om m erce D ep
more Russet table good, Iin
j acidition to reading
TWIN J ALLS — EvenI th ough firmed th e NPPC'a
C 's com plaint d rc d w c l^ t mi
aoram thanlastycan
vrell.
n otk prices arc at a n all-tim
all'
Com- , potatoes in ston
e T h en in M arch1 2005,
2
"W ejtiju s td o a lo to fc o lo iilt’s a
liigh, U.S. pork p ro d u cers
c e r still m e p » aim ounced
c d provisional InaddidonUhere
ier B excess capadpublication," h e
£ n industry
.h ig h -qquality
u
say tlicy are getting thh ce shaft a n tid u m p in g dutii
uties o f 10.63 tyinthe& ozeni
\ Ilot o f color a n d a lo t o f
0 ovcrsupply factors said. "A
an d that priccs could b e better,
b(
percent o n im ports
irtso f live hogs
T hose l\voo\
lomcwhat by d ia in pictures.
arc offset som
Producers in th e U
Uin iied from Canada.
beat
itract prices
all Increases
S t a t e w i d lee e n t r e p r eeneur
it h o ld s
event
w o) r k s h o p s
many
vestors a n d m
a odiers. Ticket
for thc Kawasaki
prices a rc S25
251
ecch. Cost for d ie
keynote specc
day o f semlinars
ina on April 6 Is
n d u d c sa continen- S20, w hich indi
tal breakfast1and
an lunch.
T he e ventt will
wi aLio serve as a
b r 1Idaho
businesses
boot c a m p for
<
in lc rcste d inin .competing in
m d annual TechJune’s sc cond
smpetiUon. Idaho
L a unch comp
and Labor said.
C om m erce-• ar
T echL aunchh titrains em erging
com panies In idoing businessan d cash
p lan p rese nntadons,
ta t
;iven to winners,
avrarcls are give
Kickslsta rt will'nm in conjuncwilh BSU’s N ordiw est
d o n wl
re a iam p lo n sh ip , a n anVenture
b u siness p la n
-nual stucicnt
sti
:ddon diat draw s Intercomped:
lal com pcdtors. T h e
nadonal
diam pic
lionshlp
provide opiity for en trep re n eu rs
portunit
lookingg I(or Ideas as well as s tuo o k in g io le am an d m ak c
dents loc
is.
contacts.
R e ^ ustradon is lim ite d For intlon.call.BrianCritchCdd
formado
B] 426-6634 o r visit th e
at (200)
iVcb site at wwvv.kickstar• event Wc
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ddahacc
evangel■ BOISE— M acintoshcva
G arage
1st an d founder/CEO o f G:
Technology Ventures,5, G uy
FCawasaki. will be the featured
feai
speaker at ‘K ickstart — T h c
Northwest's I*rcmier Enntre
tr p rc neur Event" tliis spring In Boise,
E
Idaho C om m erce a n dJ L ab o r
said.
rii 4-6 a t
T hc event will ru h April
S tudent
Boise Slate Universitys Stu
Union Building and tlice M o n iu th o r o f
so n Center. Kawasaki, auth
1 o f th e
the new book "Tlie Art
Sodalizinn g
The W ashington Post
lligli o n Bill Perry’ss list
li o f
tilings 10 do tliis year isj t to
o p la y
y'ss d iie f
golf with liis com pany’
executive. He has hisb dc u b s
rc ad y io 'g o at tlie'first call.
call His
Ilim n o t
fatlicr-in-law advised hini
to talk about w ork u ntil1 at least
e's n o t
thc'fiflli hole. So wliat if'hhe
know s
great at tlie game? H e; kj
spending tiiose few h o uurs
rs oriccritical
on-one with his boss is5 cr
to his caa'cr.
arc SoftPerry works for I’-atlilorc
is, (Oliio.
Wiu« Corp. o f Colum bus,
T liom as
Chief Executive Sieve Tlic
thinks social d m e witli a supersi
visor Ls imperative to a {good
T liom as
working a'lationship. Tlic
tc
spends time outside th e oc d c c
yces.H e
playing golf \vidi em ployee
hem . o r
goes to dinner w ith then
sponsors a n i^ it at a spo
sporting
istw
event for his workers. Last
v eck
he, w as preparing for a1 trip
tri to
am and
Cancun witli a sales team
dieir spouses.
“You liavc to b e able to go
| to
people quickly an d b e able
ab to
job o r
deal witli tlicm to get a jc
If
contract done. It’s a lot easier
cas
son,'* h e
you really know tlie person
said. "Arc tliurc liabilities
s to getting to know employees,.aann d a rc
th ere em ployees w h o0 d< o n 't
know their bosses? Yes. Dui
But (so-
*
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ii
’IWIN FALLS — 1116 Comim
m tiirdty Educadon C enter a t th e
wl
oCoUege o f S outhem M aho) wiD
sesin
offeravarictyofonlim dassesl
"
and marketing. S tu dIm
m ts
„
can begin d a sse s o n AprilU 20,
H
a ss
M a y lS o r June 15. E a o i d
do:
i/
d.
runs
sbcweeks a n d costs S89.
Sales
• In “P ro fe u lo n o l Sale
how
Skms,” students wUl tea m ho'
^ tum p rospects Into buyer
lyers.
to
u.
how to p ro w d e p ro p er CUSn
cm
tom er servlcc a n d h bwV to
t
L.
d e v e k jp a so lesp laa
cach
• -Effecthw S eU in^ will tcac
cushow to convert a p otendal cu;
tom er to a long-term a s s e t.T
Thh e
J?
und-d a ss wQl h d p lay th e grouiu
and
work for r e i ^ t b u s l r ^ an
,
ilan future succcss through plar
■
ning skills, c o n u n u n lcid
^ oo n
I"
idcrtechniques a n d th e undci
standlngofhum on nature, clflM
clas
nrgnnt7P.nl «ilH.
• "Business nnrf M oiketln
etlng
Writing" vviD
students
t
ts to
^
write o r Identify copy th
thia t
„
cdng
achieves
business and morkedn
gned
forwriters, maiketers an d anyanj
I
o ne interested in these
tO
T he Tlme»We'ws________
_______
Start," will keynote
lie thc event at
7 p.m. April 5 inI die
tJ Morrison
Centcr. A^ series ooff workshops
ircpreneurshlp
focusing b n entrc]
a n d innovators will
w
b e held
itudent Union
April' 6 in the Stu(
Building,
ual workshops
The 16 Individual
lur tracks: erewill consist o f four
adon.
implcm
plc cntallon,
sources,
^ m iexecution a n d resoi
ide: assessing
n ar topics Includc
opportunity, intcUc
m cctual property, m arketing: aa business,
daho Nadonal
university'and Idal
Lab resources, prest
escnUng^oIn-
1
•«
• In *CUstomflr Senri
rvke R m nts
will
d a m en tab ," ■ - stu d en
t
devdop new skills In Ide
ilcr needs
and sadsfyiiig custbnlc
dng, mard i r a u ^ target markedn
ket8Cgmentadon.diomi
mbcondqualityfimcdon
jn d ^ lp y lerendatc
m e n t T hevll dlffei
betw een inciustzial an
and con-\
mhcTw toj
sum er markednj^ leam
support n ew piochict in
• n i^ n a l'
dons, sadafy In ten
customers, work In a taQ
cal ccnter
an d m fnlmtra cusum
n eur complaints, d a ss orgonlzcTS!
3 s a ld
lies Man• *l>rindple9 o f Sale
ogem ent” 't w teach die
th art of
managing sales teams.
;.Students
S
wlD leam d ie esscndalrc
Irolesand
rcsponslbllides o f a sale
ales m an»idershla
oger a n d d e v d o p leac
im-build■m odvadonal ancl tean
xl will be
Ing sldUs. Also covcred
tcdinlqucsforcom m un
unlcadon,
conflict resoludon ani
m d sales
plaim ing lo deliver superior
si
)rganizCTS .
soles team results, ore
said.
For informadon o r to
:o register,
I
immimity
visit th e CSI Com
site
at
Education Web sJ
www.csLedu/communlt
lity e d or
>88.
caU 732-6290 o r 732-628<
t
1
Realty
andI ]hank teamiUp
ffor home bl
mying seminnar
Tt:
ThaTlme»Hqw»__________
__
“
-----,Wil'TWIN FALLS — Jcarine.W
i
so
)m es
son.ofP
m dential Idaho Homt
Ivanis
&& Properdcs. a n d D.L. Evar
Bi
Bank
are co-sponsoring a free
fre
wi
workshop
from 5 2 0 to 6 3 0 p.m
p.n .
Tuesday a t 1411 Fall
alls Ave.,
Suite 215.
"Get th c Scoop" provovldes inform ation on bccon
om ing a
first-time homcbuyeii
For
inform adon,1,
call
539-4061.
Workshop w
^ reveal waays
to enter marl
rkets m Canaada
\
1
^
■», TlmefrNcwa
____ Labor DIrector.RogcrrB
E . MadThe
—
sen. “T his worksho;
lo p wiU
.
» sc s Introduce Idaho compc
parU csto
BOISE — Idaho buslnessc
i^ g
w hat’s necessary for ccco n d u a can leam m ore about enlerin
nacla Ing
b u sin ess
with
Idi
our
n ew markets in western Canad
h."
a t a \vorkshop on April 5 In
I >n e l^ b o r s to d ie north.'
T he event wiU indude
d e a p re sBe
Boise.
Canadian
The workshop will be. h d d entadon o n U.S. a n d Co
’rapist \vidi th e W ashingchodiera
occ
ciallzlng) breaksi dow
d n lot of bu m p s d iat occur."
h e rdad o n sb y leS h y P atktket
c C o n -.
from 8 o jn . to 11:30 a.m . inI tth
ised C cnter fo r Adiflt
npanics have s o d al ton-base
lets everyone
M any compa
barriers ... and ilI le
Stato sulate General o f Canai
lada. an d .
Lookout Room o f Boise Stat
D p m e n t.T h a t requires | t
know dial bosses
a real peo- events so cmp
:mpIoyecs a n d cm - Develop
s arc
n lo h on e o n m o d em Canada
d a a n d its
University's S tu d e n t Unio
. ia t don’t m esh well g '
ploycrs canI get
ge to know on e a c tio nss.d
p ic ,to a " . .
western pibvinccs by B!
Building.
• BSU Pro­
jcrsonal behaviors a n d
n aan y people a n o d ie r and.
A pparently, m
1. pi
presumably, w ork w ilh pe:
ipor- fessor David Qiristcnsci
sen.
“Business T to id s and Oppoi
a g r ^ w ith h im . fVccord&g
Acc
;ter.
desires."
to a
togedier belter.
iture
A pajiddiscusslonont
tunides In ConadaT will featui
nCanadiInns Inc. h a s a
WliatIt docs one d o w h e n ^
La Q u in taa L
reccni survey. >5
55 perccnt o f
an business developma
icnls and
details on current b u ^jiess
es
nlngling sounds like tor- '
:ial environm ent," boss-mli
ts . said they
" h i ^ y social
th e responclents,
tunl- opportunlUeswillfcanin
trends and economicopportim:
irespcakh ln k o rita sju stw h a titls: H:
na :Parr, director o f lureTThl
knew it w as g o odd for
f dieir da- said C lirisdna
a n d ers from d ie Alberta and
nd Bridsh
des in Bridsh Colum bia ani
advancem ent
^
reer to socialize vrith
vrii th e boss, training a n dI ddevelopment,
w ith career ac
e
Columbia govemmcnts
Alberta.
tsai n d die
Bul 27 p erccn t«lid
aidit was a nc- softball a n d , vol
voDeyball team s, a
"I thinlink it’s Im portant to see
3on- W estem Economic Divi
tversificaT he w orkshop Is co-spon
oclal events a re w ork
ccssity they w ould
ichcon and ^ u p ' th a t soc
lid ra ther live holiday lunchc
a n d don C anada organizador
lon.
sored by Idaho u m m e r c e ani
g. Such activides events,, tand it is im portant if ^
volunteering,
wiihout.
lU co f
T he w orkshop costss $25
i and
Labor,
tne
C
onsulate
General
w hours wldi "gel beyond die walls and sdm - someone
nc! wants lo have b e tte r Spending a few
De- in d u d es a continental
Canada, d ie Idaho S tate Dc
al breakn s at work, a s well as
ig,"shesald.
reladons
tlic boss outside work
wc hours is lOatc diinking,"
partm ent o f A griculm rcandidthl e f a s t R egistradon dead
ad lln e is
But th o se are different from a m aybe!bbe on trackfor a prom o- K
becoming m ore com
coi m on, said
Thursday
U.S. C om m erdai Service
Marc Ccnedclla. p resident o f one-o n -o n e ter
tennis m atch w idi- don, to3 1be Involved w itli diose
dio's
Call Sarah Glrdncr aat (208) .
"Canada is cu rren d y Idaho'
’nicLadders.com . thc execudve a supervisor,r, aand maybe that s o c i^ cevents," said M ichael
)ort- 334-2470 o r Lindsey Y
i
Youtz
at
r, 'a clinical psychologist second largest trading p art
jo b scarch service
dm e Isn't oJways Stadtcr.':
ic e d ial per- orw -o n -o n e! di
a n d (208) 332-8698 for detail
alia.
ner,” said C o m m e rce am
sodaiew idiB M C A ssodform ed the survey
y
n e c c s s ^ , s aaid
id :ftirr’s boss, Noel a n d asso
"Ii'sdlinculttosolf
consulU ng
and
j
vice president o f ates,
!a
5olelyhavea9- Ferguson, vicc
don com pany in suburto-5 relationship vrith
wit die boss," h u m an resoun
3UTCCS. "ll’s n o t as .medlado
A'ashlncton. “But th c
h e said. "We haveilc
leita lo to fo u r necessary if thc
the riglit convcrsa- b a n Wc
being had in d ie
b ottomn line Is you don't see
ree and family lions a re bclr
wcializing and free
com m crce a million mill
lilcs from
By Justin Bschman
is social events. You look
Ud. "We try to m ake diem as
office," h e said.
tim e get mbced uujp \vith our
your m in d Be relaxedl at n d a a
AP
Builnesg Writer________ __
work t ^ c . ll's difllci
G culttodniw a it easy to have
—
lave die convcrsa- a td ic mn ias work events:" ,
------ relaxed YouVe ju st chat
lotting__
line w here a boss
If aI w orker d etests th c
)ss remains a
dons here."
3b, safe or
rife
not
looking
for
a
new
job
It of spending tim e o u l.The b u siness w orid is rif
boss or becom es a fifriend."
one has been bitten
diought
Not everyone
>rds, prom odon.
'w o rk w id ia b o ss,itm a y w idi jargon a n d buzzwords
Ccnedclla’s -lO-pc
rial bug. And m any side ofw
•person comw idi th c social
ly p u t Is
d ie
"Netvrorking, simply
pany does a lot ooff socializing, w ould rad ier
er inot spend d ia l b e tim ee fifor a changc o f m indset. w idi 'networking" one o f thi
Lidi- conversadonsnddw itnl
n friends,
most popular. Sdll. this m uch
ividi die very boss Sladierr ssaid. “Work goes o n a t ™
I in.
and he joins right
in "It’s fun to extra tim e wid
id odiers
;ood family, colleagues and
lltde-U ndcrstooi
M:nis," h e said. "It does- pracdced,
sec people In anol
nodicr setdng. dicy report toto all day. "People diese eve
ncnt
n d p you gam er in
informoand to relax a n d bbe
e able to so- feel p n ^ u r ec in
ii dlls com ped- n’t m ear
an you.have to be th c ritual of career advancemivcn
e s. (Ion th a t could b e hidpful
d
to
rfend... bul if ll seem s to a^ n d business protocol drive
cialize outside [ic
thc conference tive. sha k y' vworld to keep boss' Die
■ it's your jo b search,” Karasu
su said in
Blla said. "It dicm selves po!
rooms," C ciiedclli
)ortant to your com pany m any people b o n kers — It’
positioned.for ca- b e Impoi
ous, an e-maU. T h a t means
JIS it can.
sdltcd,
d
e
e
d
i
n
g
,
obnoodoiu
in ess,th in k o flia sa b u slss," said D ouglas o r buslne
;icr to get over re er succcss,"
makes it a lol easier
ol.,
occur
at
alm
ost
any
time
n
e
—
not
obsequious, in sb c c rc , c t al.
icedng."
ob
ychologisi a n d psy- • nessm ec
difficult Lafiicr, a psychi
die hard hurdless and
a
just a t form al nctw
tvroridng
right?
events,' b u t at spordng
lg events,
Not nccessarlly, says Mdare
ar
n d holiday pordes o r even
m a t die
Karasu,
Ka
a carccr counselor aam
_____________________
Vic
vice presid en t at* Yohoi
h o o 'gym."
T he altem advc. yo
you apHe
Hotjobs, th e Job scarch site• aassjita l proadiing som eone wno
R oknow
so d a te d w ltn I n te r n e t,porta
Arizona State Univei
said.
'
m etro Ad
versity.Andln d o n e .'" s h e said
\donta fell to $234,076 In
so;
exacdy w hat this rou
lu d n e Is
Yahoo Inc.
rea, M agrie
’Thatsendm
die Boston area
Va
mei
cm has been lost Januaryf 1from $238,369 in D en to
about, triggers a defcm
:nshre re­
ti
Tomkiewicz, presld
lersli and h er huscem ber,
sid cnt o f m e o n Sherry Hers:
r, whUe d ie average
'Consider networking akin
ttoa r d of
>dal
'
sponsc,
h
e
sa
id
The
casual sm all talk a t a so d a
works a t a local num ber:r iof days a h o m e stayed
issodadoii of ban d , w lio wc
M assachusetts Asst
n g it
your netw orking tenia
itad es is
gadicrlng, w here youVe doing
i
Dt 5Store designing o n d ie rii
Realtors, said th aItt ifi anydiing. H om e D epot
riiarket before selling inS°
anc- probably thinking you^
i t e look•
with ease, an io n g acqualntanc
rising rates m ay
I
from 8 1 to 84 days ovcir wi
badirooms. T hey creasedI fi
/ lead
to in- kitchcns a n dd bi
sort
n d in g fo ra la v o ro fso m e sc
es. thoughts o f urork aanc
riod.
cs.
lowered did pricc d iat peric
In die . hiive a lready/ loi
creased h o m e sales
sal
iettn, Ga., hom e by
"We'veve had som e offers, b u t
yers anddpat- o f diclr Marietti
short-term, as buyer
try to $30,000 a n d sdl
ing fu rth er ra te hUccs
hi
still haven't g otten dicyVc hbeen very, very low a n d
jum p in th c m arket
ders who w ant to baslcaldespite die hom e by buUde
cet wlille rates a g ^ offer: dc
arc still reasonable,
:k our house dow n a n d
Ised at $365,000.
• ly knock
c.
being appraised
ge
Let’
s
get
o
ut
The
average
ssoles pricc for a build aI S
' "Buyers say, 'Lci
$ 5 0 0 ,0 0 0 hom e on o u r
ket and get It sin^e-fom llydc
ly,*SlienyHcrshsaId.
' there in die m arket
/ dctadicd h o m e In property,'
w i t h t h le
c boss
can o( p e n
’
c a r e et r d o o r s
£
i
orking, just t£
talk
Avoid netwoi
Mortgage; e ---------- -----Continued tom CB
nomical
' notgoingtopaydieastronor
asNfcpjs
priccs for homes," said Las
\
{ootcn.
mortgage agent ^ n n i e Hex)
^dieting
Not everyone is predit
th a t ballooning h o ml e sole
ising inpriccs will burst \vlth risinj
.
lercst rates.
ket h a s
In Phoenix th e m arket
o take
bee n so hot, it’s going to
ta a
while for it to coo^ aowvn,
n. said
ie AriJay Butler, director o f dtlic
n te r a t
z onp Real E state Cente
ppy ^
H a v
Flying _
Contbtuod from C8
ju stness
Magic Valley's growing bust
to su p “Magic Valley is able to
oan y fo r
p o n a n air charter com pan
people — that's kind o f aa h1 i ^ ro u n d ."
brow way to get arou
cresd n g
Carberry said. "It's interc!
Industhat wc can support th att in
try here."
.
'
F a c lliU e s f i t f o r a s e n s
M any aspects o fth e travt
ravelinidustry took m ajor hits afiei
ifier th e
S e p t 11, 2001. tc rro r-atu
attacks,
an d Reeder Flying. Servlcc
icc w as
hu rt as WeU. But the blUslneM
u si
h a s seen slgnlflcont gro
g ro w th
sincc then, P resid en t Jo
J hn
Reeder told Vie Hmes-Neu
Mews in
•Octoben
Reeder w as o u t o f th e co
M uuntry
a n d unavailable for co m nm e n t
l^ tw c ^
ippcals to local
Reeder Flying app
' pilots a n d d io scc ttraveling to
busiiu!ss trips,'
M a ^ Valley o n bu:
ley-bound prias well aa Sun Valley
sn th
vate jet travel vrtien
1 ew e ain er
.'poor to land
^ ^^^®y Is foo .pc
m p any fuels
* e r e . 'The comp
planes;.arrangC3 g n
S S fis T d
po rtad o n for pass<
ipacc.
provides h a n g arsp
a
, D-Mas&. took
ciRytngHfiidljtics tw e e during
lg the recent
^ w b e n th e
presidcniial
senator vacation©
n e d a t h is'
jityljprivaiejet
Ki5tduimhomtKeit3
was too large to lan
d I H tilq i
x Iln
Reeder Flying rccaitly
ICC
com p ietcd a 2 3 0 3-sauare-foot
3 -s
iuildlnsat644
expansion to Its bull
dersaldlnO cAirport Loop; Recdei
o n w as w onh
(ober the expansion
t doubled
die
about $400,o o a It
d
o ^ S S fS c S
size o f d ie com]
g, Carberry said, the airompony’sofQce.
ooddng,
nfrostructure h c ^ to be
“R ee d er has a n absolutely port^Inf
addldon they p u t - Improve<
w o n d erfu l adc
^ condnually to keep
ry ssaid. "Thcyrc at- u p anid
d attract m o re private
on." Carbcaiy
mics an d han g ar develleral avindon traffic companl
tractine geneni
li"
opers.
fiB m ailovet"
“Gur.c
r.'developincnt interest is
M o r e p t o jee cd t s a b o u t
higher u(han our Inlmstmctims
curve, 'hhe so ld .
t o la n d
’I h c aairport
i
Is developing a n
irojcct coming u p is inlnistru
lu c n ire facility p la n to
.A nother projc
dealer Rob Green's • m a p out
L it$ 2 0 0 .0 0 0 .tO $ 3 0 0 ,0 0 0 1 n
autom othre dra
le-foot private air- im prove
vcm ents n ecessary for
11,454-squaic-f
2 2 2 ,6 6 6 d ie la dillty
ll to continue to grow, .
p la n e h a n ^irvalucdat$
va
Indudln<
Ing adding sewer, e le o ric
atl27Ioslm VWay.
ftt;
ater lines. Revised devel- .
ct was pennitted In a n d w au
T he p ro je ctw
an d tho design Is operfecs
e s could help p a y tbo biO.
D ec em b er and
b u t co n su u c d o n
"Tbdajlay’s han g ar d e v d o p e r '
c o m p le te d , bu
for com plex Infrastiilch a s y « to b < ^ ns a. k lp r o jtx t'c n - looks foi
id N
Martens o f EHM tiuc.'C ^arbenysold.
ai
gineer G erald
ic.
Hriglncieislnc.
lald dio p ro je a likeTTmcs-,s-Afetto budnea w r i» .
C artxaiysald
Hinds am be rmdted a t ]
rtlatcf
MegmH
ly w o u ld start
la this spring.
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ion D
S cctio
,
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Brain[researcch mullssthero)ots of hiiimanieconom»y
■U nA nialM T liiiw
'
________ entlsts are p robin
i)Ing th e brain
buyers an dsellers
sclli (s so com plex
I
q ic rts in d ia o s th e o -'
\
wilh coin flips, $51
K b lU sa n d g lft
th a t even cjqjci
H O U SrO N -H iotw ow
i
J wromen
cwtlflcates fromlAA;mazotLcom.
ryh av e b eennuunr a b le to d isc c m a
V
h od mo ney in m ind.
Bit by bit. th e y area
re assembling a
predldablc pattern.
pat
'
’
: Phuong n in g , 25. w rl
fy every area o f m arriggled - m o s w o f th e flns
[ I n a n t^ bnun.
InvirtuaQyc'
AngelM Times__________
into a $25 mfllion brainiscarm
sa
cr
Identifying how
w com peting
kets,’ hu m
an behavior h a s
lon
lo«Ai
a t Baylor Concge o f Mteed
u p e critical dccconom istsstu
istiunped
d id n e . ncuial circuits shap
Across thc hafl. a te c h rn id a n
. Dc<
dslons.
“We d o ni'tt kknow w hy sto c k
>cconstructing th e anatoloaded Ih n ^s trading: p :a rm e r
"Wc have started
te d looking for
priccs go ujpp an
( d down," said
m y ooff choicc. rcscarchcrs are
for th ed a y -K a v lta B cdur.’
lu r 26 )mlc
California Instli
nstitirte oflbchnoloalso>probing
p
th e p liable neu*
plcccs o f ccohom
l theory in
into thc bore o f a slmiloi
list
ral drcults
cu
d lar m a- thc b rain ,' said New
Ne York Uni*gy econom
ist Colin Cam crcr.
o f reasoning an d
chine. like nfrp s h nrffllVry
' e lL
iticn
“^ c don't know
knc w hy savings - . probI<
a y sh
verslty n e u ro sd
c tlst Paul
blem-solving - th e last o f
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bi
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regions lo evolve,
ulators in a m oikctplacc
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the last
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elieve they can
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trus
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The
hey hiive begun to obtain
lo m ic theory sa y s
the first
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trustee of an Investm ent
ft
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hope o n e d a y toto im derstand
w h e n econon
how decisions
3 percoladiig
they should
i nnco t They cooperhowVmarketing
r
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c t een
can a l l e a the
lyal, s d - through th e brains
« t r a ^ seem s m o re
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a
cooperation an d betrayal
n s oI f bUUons o f ate vrficn betn
of th e brain.
ley gamble
foolishly,
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entlsts recorded how
w th e ir people, o fte n a cting
d ii at crossrational They
|
onsidcr so m e th in g as
i e repurposes, interact
:ct to chart thc
overestimating
in g risk w hen th e y
simpi
b rains changed. Tttie
iple as a choicc o f soft
ik.
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drink,
searchers hoped to discovi
x iv c rth c coursc o f Qrumdali
lal m arkets an d
are losing, indundcrestim
an d
lies.
it w hen'they
y aai
r e winning. T hey
At tlBaylor College o f Medlsecret of trust - the humluanm v o ri- national economics
canner, Belur
spe n d too m
much
u and save to o
cine,
ab le
missing -fro m
th c
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e,
Montasrue,
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rcmei
mathematics o f m o d e^m eco* m ade u p h e r mind.
nd.
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tembcred teUmg h is 17*
ycar*c
nomlcs.
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r*old daughter Let’s give
tuil om erience. b u t .
the br
The tem u o f th e c xpeii
>CTimcnt entire nest egg omn hI e r trustee's
from personal
brain thc Pepsi Challenge.
know how to factor
His
they don't knogoodwill
were simple: At th e b c dIrm
n r i ingof
lis daughter h a d be en
1C b
th c quiiks ooff h1um an behavior
workii
cach round, Belur could
d p u t up
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I utton, put*
king as a su m m er intern
adcal m odin hli
to $20 in play. Any invest
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into th d r nathem
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Us Baylor laboratory. To
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give: her
1 a taste o f practical
automatically uipled. Ibng
tm g th cn
ct Interest
rates, rcncuro
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c
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o f the
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li
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n g llo o rso fth c ' privatize Sodal
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questl
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New York Stock
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pensions, polic
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have
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ictions ab o u t th c
ages,
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s. Despite differences In
ay.
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ids an d piaccd
choices people
plew illm akc.
taste,
more nrofitable way.
c. color, colTelnc a n d fizz,
ics has
diey/ arc
a all based o n a single
thtrfr clients’ ordci
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"Economics
1 hit th c wall,”
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t
p a r t o f a winked Into epdster
itence a n d just
said M d rew
U director o f th c
V Lo,
senso
sory them e; su g a r an d
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cr.
)Ioration
as quickly vanished
le d
M assachusetts
etts Institute o f
\vatcr.
new frontier in th c e x rio
r
l e d ncu*
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b
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shares
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's bboratory
for fiWhi
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roeconom ics th a t seek
ntaguc w ondered, w hen
ibout a s m uch as it
pcopli
during th c d ay
e:q]Iaincd aboi
plc dedde betw een Coca*
understand thc biology/ im
ui dcr- changed h a n d s dui
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in a ripple o f dea
deals c o u n in g
can wltli the
to it has. There
c tools
Cola1 and
;
Pepsi, tw o o f thc
lying economic behavior.
lobal equities
m ost
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ve
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isis credited w idi invendng die
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fn
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tlic brain, at llie level of ccUso
IntafscL Th«y.repoat Uw oan
(amo lor 10 rounds, with each pla)«r
yiifwinnlng
yanlstidcup
n b ig now to p u t a w
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points thal can
ri Italer Im oicchaneed tor money
to a1 measure.
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nom ic e n d n c forged“ ^
Player 1
g die biology
. Indeconslm ctingU
evolution ' through eons
/ ' CttOOMI
tes a sum of money to
aicherahave
o f tm s t o d w rcseaic
scrounj^iR for scarce resourc
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deteraiined th a t thIB
e brain up­
tlicy argue. So the ability to ntia
end
between
peare to prize d ial bom
things of value Is the deCni
se>
peopl® b lo d ieemlcally,
m
charactertstic o f lhe b ta ia I
B
Both
players •
■ t -C
a c tin g a powerful ho
honnone to
kLTStone of hum an diarntrter.
. • Pt8yor1>
1> dedslon Is revealed.
cem ent working rdatii
ationshlps"■IhJiie pa'ceded agricultun
T lie o c to ftm stc ojTielateswidi
m
' preceded cities; it is a ma
devated leveb o f aa bbrain hor>
: com ponent in hum an sodal
m o n o callcd cxytodn,
±i.'dicsame
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chemical released duri
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Player 2
' Vemon Smitli. aii economist
"f* ^
contracdons, accordii
rding to exTho decisionnIanoaufpriM.and
lai
ig ol the decision, experiences
Upon leaniinoo
; GeorgeMasoaUniversilywlu
las of the brain assodatod with
pcilm en ts
co n dlucted
uc
by
. bralnnc^bln
b ln the visual cortn
activity In areas
• woik in cxncrimcnial econoi
only.
vrnaWng and sodaJ IntotacUon. .
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rcseairfiersatd arem
c
montCiaduon
; ies earned liim a Nobel Prize
ateUnivcrsitylnCallfo
llfomia.
: 2002.
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oodtocoop*
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■Ihtiama
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crate," said Paul J. Zol
Zak,diieaor
• stock markets and oilier fin:
fn
, o f d ie center for neiux
luocccnom*
. d a l exchanges, as crealions
As the
,
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no
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lyyouw oa
jim S diem orctrustw orthy]
the mysteries of markets ivill
ivui t »
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diis experiment w ere
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p l a vy o u t
exultation begin to docui
uncnt
in s of*
how invohmtaiy . em otion
feet d ie rise a n d fiiDo f 8t oidcs.
d
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[ndings
about die b alance sheetioo f m e
linking
brain hove scholars redik
die m eaning o f m c a ^ i t s9d£d
' I h e sam e reward cuctdtt
ItiyeC'
tivated by cocaine; sports
ts cars;
attractive Cuxs a n d JolcES la
Is octi*
vated by money. U ntfl1 :now,
e c o n o n u ^ have assum ed
Hi d ia tm oney w as prized n o t fbr
)f itself
but oiily forw hat it couldIbi
b^
e c t of
Moreover, d ie prospec
winning m oney activates sp
ic brain n ^ n s t n a waythfl
S*dw
ducat o f losing it does noi
l o t reiverslty
scari±ct8 a t Stanford Unhn
reccndy dem onstrated
tow the
Scientists are n ot sure hm
»adds
d iitrica l snap o f synapses.
up to a firumdal d e ^ oIon,
i or
■how diese in s i s t s m l ^ t:bb e a stheory
sembled into a w orking di
of economic behavior. ■
lovc to
'Sooner o r later, ytni hm
B.Will."
engage th e issue o f frec.i
V York
said Gllmcher, th e New
ten we
University sd e n tis t "W ha
Q n ^ understand th e hlum
u an
lorwiU
brain, all hum an behavior
be predictable."
le tvra
For n ine rounds, d ie
tru st
w omen played in perfect tn
B dur as th e investor ahvays
oh
issible.
put u p die m axim um pos!
ahvays
Thn& die trusfeft In n u n ah
equally dhrided d ie spoils.
td. die
Now, in die last round,
bchiwedthe
Inside her sciuuier at Bay]
odds of bctxayal read iedi d1i d r
Ic said. "But
Tang made tip her mind.
peak.
..
noncdieless dieir brail
rains ^ d e d
She signaled her decision tvi
cd die
Ih e y hod bodi reached
de­
oicm to behave in -s“socially
o
' ata p o fa b u ilo n .
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sirable' ways - (ha(
at is, to be
/Vs llie tnisiee, she liad dios
pdm al •
ry suggested diat th e 'opt
tnistwonhy:*
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coopewtioji. She split the2 pi
move was for the trustee to0 iseize •
Inside th e Baylor
or scanner.
ceeds of tier partner’s. iirst
fL
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th e profits bcca u sc there
t
herS20 .
Investment evx-nly.
vay for
\vould no l o n ^ r b e any wa:
jr dedslon,
Isolated in the n c i^ b o r l
die investor to reudlaus.
next mova
‘scanner, tracking her partnc
rtners
Was trust its o w n rev
larmer
■ftmg could cheat h er pai
rewaid?
Player 2
mput- .
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decLsioas via iconson acompi
widiout fear o f reprisal
Docidos1hi
how to share profits wHh
er sc a t’n. Belur had no \vay *0
IVC for
Playorl.
^
The m ost rational movt
W hen a d e d slo nI fc
forms, die
kno\v wiietlier dial dioice w
fuse to
Bdur. diercforc, w as to refuj
brain moves fasterr tiian
t!
selfsincea’ or simply a .strategy
is last
^
awrarcness.
risk any m oney in diis
eticoiirjge furilier investme
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richer
sdously prcround,
to
en
d
die
gam
e
rl
Bol
loth players
until tile odds would shift
™ *" p a re sto a c ta m e a siuuablclengdi
al
tiian
h
er
trading
p
a
rm
e
t
• Player 2's
2'i decision is fevoaied. ‘
favor ofheirayal.
milliseconds
, _
o f d m e - u p to 500 mil
The wom'en balanced o nr the
Even so. Uelur gambled.
(
“• u** - beforc a person co
consdously
cusp o f betrayal
the next ruimd. she oncc mo*®
me
d e d d e s to a rt. .
nd put
B dur ^u n b led ogain and
invested everytliingshe hatL
ichbrain isal“•
b io th e rw o id s,d ie
her entire stake In i ^ .
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ways onc step ah e:ad
a d of itself,
inded*
Ih e n c x t lOsccondsofinc
Tang sliJired tlie profits equail)
Player
2
Player
1
“7calcuIaUng die p o ten
tcntial costs
sion seem ed an eternity.
Tang, who was working on
The dods.
idsion Is no surprise, ond brain
ng of tho dodsion. oxporlonco9
an hli e r ' a n d b c n c Q ts o fc a c 1h choice
d
at a .
Uponlownlnoo
evenly
For one lost time. Ih n g cv
doctorate in hum an gcnedcs
activity
1 In tho visual cortex only.
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aging study ever.
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test, n ic y wanted to p d ie
lerr a s q u e n c eso fb u rcu rrcn t
m u d i data as possible durii
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knows we ^ o u ld save]
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and it m ast exist someiivhcre
erc in menL"
tlie brain," said Caltech neur
leuro*'
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lo w a t t i ie
sdentlst Cedric A n e a “But die
dierc th e same sense o f S
faiJ d ' S S
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c can
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lished. reveal that finand
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dealings seem to enpigc neur
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to regions
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fed iIn
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. toring errors an d short*tcn
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could vohm K toployingexpc
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_
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in vicinity c l Third Avo, I,
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208-732-5961.*
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NOTICE O F TRU8TE£
TEES SALE
. ■■ ■
T.S, No, 200500123-23623 LoanNo.Oe2360S342
Loa
On o e /2 t/2 0 0 5 a t 11:00 am
(
I
im (reco
g n ized local
llmo). Qt tho following locaUon
lUon In the County of -------------NOTICE
Jody Hall
Twin Falls. S tato.of rdohor.ln
: ln tho lobby of First
_
NO
irk
rwinF^Is Traffic .D eputy City Clork
Americaji Title Company. 260
WThird
V
Avonuo North.
Tho Twir
T W in F a lls, ID 6 3 3 0 1 , F Irat
irst A m e ric a n T itle Safety Commission
Co
Is o itm l e u .
, , . h 27
rocossolselect- PUB LISH. M arch
Insuranco Company, o s Tnjsta
JSteowlIlsoJJfllpublJc n the proc.
___
^
auction, to mo highest bidder,
er. Ifor cash, in lawlul Ingjour•nowmembers,
no
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nwnoy of Iho United States, ail
all ppayablo at tho tlmo The Traffic
P U B U C NOTI(
)T IC E
of sale. Ow followlna roaJ propoi
operty. situalod in tho m ission^ s.
A c tio n s p la n n elo
d dond
C o u n ty o l Tw in F a lls , Sto
t a ti
to of I d a h o , a n d advisory t
governXs
C o,,^n
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doscribod a s follows: Lol S,
5, B
Block 10. Revised
Twin Falls
Murtaugh Socond Addition,1. Twin
Tv
Fails Counly, and l3 part
rhovlilD
Idaho, accordlfw to tho official
lal pplat thoreol record- slonmakini
to ^
od in Book 2 cf Plats. Pago 1..records
ro<
of Twin Falls gardinn tr
County. Idaho. Tho Trustoo has
w s ir » knowledge ol a
wllhin Iho
m mnn
Sm SM ™ 5
moro particular doscrlplion'of
1'of tho abovo rofor- Falls. Mom
Jso fr
oncod roal proporty. but forf pu;
purposes ol compll- offlco Is tw
to o ’m M '^ 'o S e OOvommontcharge
irgoa all
anco with Section 60-113 Idahp
ihp <
Code, tho Trustee
Committee
iformod.
h a s boon Inform od th a t tho
Iho a d d r o s s of 7 3 6 ooch mont.
ir u rg e s
is som olim es current Issi
. L o cu it. Twin Falla, Idaho 83301
63i
to ro o d
associated wllh sold roal proporr
perty. Said salo will bo , ^1 odu'«
nolicos.
arranty regarding lltlo. Twin Falls (
mado wilhout covenant or warrai
W o n d v u o lthh co s e
possession or oncumbroncoss to satisfy tho obllga- bio lo appi
S n L . ™ 5 P . i c M l z o n s w h0o so'fiV
.,
tion secured by and pursuantIt lo tho powor of sa la cations will
ation lo
m
InlormMloi
ist texecuted by Thad a l t e r A pr
confomxJ In tho D eed c l Tiust
o x o r d s o Ihoir righ
right lo
W ebb a nd E va W abb, h u •tbb a n d a n d w ifa, a s A nyono in
» “ »»= PUM " rec
r«cto rd s
la successor
Trustoo. aofving cr
grantors, lo TitloFact, Inc., aa
ai
Ings
for the' benefll and socuilty ol /ABN AMRO Mort- mission pl(
IN T
or t as
n o l i c i a r y . d a to d
alotloroflr
g a g e Q ro u p , I n c .. a s B oone
IfSSerse an t
Pioaao addross o^l'ogai
all li
Staff
0 5/06/2002. and reco rd e dI on 0 5 /1 3 /2 0 0 2 . a s
advortislng lo:
2. ol
J ohhnn Wilson
'
Instrument No. 2002-009492.
oi Official Rocords
m e i‘u «
LEGAL ADVEFmS:
0. F
Ploaso Noto: Tho
TWln Falla
Fa Po Ico
of Twin Falla County. Idaho.
7 ’2 ’NQ
loartm ent
T he Tlmos-Nowi
comply with aoctlon
Oepai
abovo Grantors aro nam ed lo0 cc
*«*“
o?3027
PO B o x 546
4&-1506(4)(A). Idaho Code. No representation Is
PO[^Be
.
Twin Falls.J ID
wt. presently rosponTwin Falls;
F£ Idaho
mado that thoy an». o r oro rwf.
D
X 8330^0548
th herein,
Tho Oefautl
U 3K
sible lor this oWJgaUon M t forth
h.
email
nado la tho faiiuro lo
for which this sale la to be mad
of Trust a n d Noto PUBLISH:
pay.whon due. u ndor D eedd ol
0 ' 2 1 ° ^ ^ 23' ^ d ' l n o ^ M ^ i
m y Installmonls for 16. 19, 220.
dated 05/06/2002. Tho monthly
jnda (If applicable) of 2 4 ,2 5 .226
6 , 27 28 29 3 'd o y s prior to publ
principal, intorost and Impounds
of 10/1/2004 nnd30,20(
672.94. duo per month forthe) montha
mo
_____________
doy for S undoy. ni
through 2fl/2005. and all subsoc
C P O p eOMij;
A ip
o n T h u rsd ay for M
f ^ m o n t l '^ T r i n c ^
NOTICE
until tno dole of sale or reinstate
date on iho obligation
pal balance owing 03 ol this date
/ednosICE IS GIVEN I " " " '! " / « " 1 WoiI'
stlsS
NOTICE
securod by said Oood of Trust
Is 85,365.18,pIus
ibiicniirfinnwMi
d
ay. n o on c n Mon
vlondoy
317.125%
pe r annum thatapubli(
accnied Interest a t tho rate ol
7.
n
from 09^01/2004. All delinquent
ont ■
amounts e ra now co fiaii^ bv
by tho c it« r, for Thursday and
) ri
oils Idaho^S o n T u o sd o y lo rF
due. together wilh accruing late charges, and In- Twin Falla
VI ^ 1 2 2005 •
Saturday. Hn
Holi
a ssessm ents, 11:00AM./
. terest. unpaid and accruing taxos,
taxi
IS. tand any am ounts a t H u nVtl B
I r 0 1h o > s dead lln o s m ay var>
tnisleo's Zoos, attorney's lees,
JostTons
*’“''0 0”y Quoati
airity osso d a to d with Auction, 165
11 Enstlnnd
advanced to protect tho security
c a l ^ b y legaIdor»
dork, at
bonefidary elects to D r i v e .' tTvS ' f K
. this foreciosun] and that tho bei
lyto
I d a h o ,o ol lu n claim ed
sell or causo tho trust property
to bo sold to satisfy
In the ■r ----------pn
said obligation. 11 tho Trustee» Is unable to convey porsonalI property
cessful bidder's solo
custodyololthe Qty, A ^ o i 0 1 , ^ H E a l
title for any reason, the success
tho rotum ol monies H o to lltIto
o im s c o n b o ^
and exdualve remedy shall boII th<
uccessful bidder shall o b ta in eidd !a t tho Twin
paid lo tho Trustoo, a nd tho »ucc(
havo no further rec o u rse . Oati
______
Dato: 2-10-05 First FallsPollco
liw^^partmont poUND Dog. young
C om p o n y M olm et • reception di
A m erican T itle I n s u ra n c e1Ca
)ung foItv ol
" '“'o Lab cross.i.rodish
ro(
Offices of Sloven J.
The City
( Twin Falls
Oofaull Sorvlcos fka T he LawVOf
Sht lo brown. Botwoon
le t. S a n to A n a. CA r o s e r v o8s?l^oN
l
Melmol, 1620 E. Flret S treet.
)nBBliss
fl16.387.7728. Roln- ro e « any i
92705 Sale Infonnatlon Uno: flit
i.C o ll
206-536-4601
je sts: 849,622.3366. All b id s1 aarre to bo for
slatemonl and PayO fI Request
COLLECT A DEBT • cash , lawfi
---------THIS IS AN ATTEMPT TO CO
iwful monoy of FOUND Lab. chocolNED WILL BE USED th o U nito
llod S t a te o l
AND INFOflMAriON OBTAINEC
rio a r C S I a n dWMloto.
Ft
Kathleen M. Mayorle. Amorica.
FOR THAT PURPOSE. By: Kath
1. aat said aucAvo. W earing3 Fcoo ils
Uon
salo.
Asst Soc ASAP633850
1 collor
Dated this 23rd day ol
7 3 2 -6 B 4 4 ‘d S all
y l 208?
Mardt. 200j ^
PUBUSH: March 1 3 .2 0 .2 7 amndd .AprU 3 ,2 0 0 5
yoond
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lactlorsemont,
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d t 2 0 8 - 8 2 8 - 5 3 33 :3 .
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irgetic a n d h a rd hA.Tfi «?o «»ni'
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occoptod uritli posltlo
woriilnj
kino pooDlo to ioln
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dan
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DRIVERS
Cali 208-734-6602■at
OWor«
08k
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L D0rivers,
for Brian*
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oiy. Cloan driving
j.ocoi dollver^
----ord w llh n o s u s must havo hazr
f^ f ^ a i.liliN ,
ponslo
islons. Drug Freo
d o rsem en E
t fuia *
^
noodod. High end roi
Ironmont. Apply In
c o m p o tllivvnow' o o o '
no,:
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idonilai a n d commo
f ™son" a l 532 W ash -. Apply in porsoiN «3 *
construclion In th
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C o n c rete m xerdrivors
ix e r
round o m p io y m o n
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needed. Now
t
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r
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aJ
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inoapollcalions
ions. Com*
bonus, insuranco. Fa
offiCtf.
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p g f f i wago.
;go. Insurrosum o to 20e-7d8
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res.
3273 or call 206*78£
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tr
EilTAif
jtlrom onl. . 3238 for m oro info.*
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b o " u s 4 retire
Part-tln
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C D L /D O T mnic
bo )ble
able 10 work Indo“ I
n d riv in g
ENGINEER
pendoi
dontly proforrod
mptoymorn
Pocatello. ID
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co
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recctdpro^mptt
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k well
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vt wllh others
iformation
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opponunlty
an d hha
av e good cus*
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fo ra
skills.
208-788-791
lomor
or sorvlco
i
MMhanlcal Engineer
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^
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provide
Vico• assistance
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to our
c u slo
r ors o v o r th o
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telophi
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this po:
poslUon are MonFrl fron
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.
a n dIoan
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(k) ond Company
40i(k)
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W tnn luniincr aficfiKx’nj and e»cninf!» olfcT many
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aso callM aiy at
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eiplodcd ilia.
pholM. full-«i/e iraccahlc pallemt.
pan
nd cculling ifhedule.
gramt and a \hopping li't aiid
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fm m er/halpor .
Basic oxporionco.
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Pay DOE.
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CAREQIVER
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a n y shllt. Call Stovo
2O8-3O8-0S82.'
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^
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B u sln o ss, loc hnlca l
school or 2 yoors see*
r otorlal o xporionco.
K now lodooablo with
PC. phono lochnlguo.
Illlng. p roporing rop o n s , & scheduling.
G ood communication
& c u sio m o r so rv lc o
o flo n lo d p ro fo rro d .
Port-tlm o w /posslblo
full-tlmo. S7.75-S11.50
DOE. C ontact P a lly
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2 O 8 -00G -2565. fo x
8 B 6 -2 0 4 1 o r o m a ll
p h o d g o O su w s.c o m
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^
R ocopllonlst. full-tlmo
with roal osiaio backg round, dopondablo
a n d hovo good communlcallon skills.
S o n d ro su m o to
717B lu o L a k esB lv d N
■ o r fox 734-4487.
N o phono calls ploaso’
CONSTRUCTION
Roofing company hiring.
M u s th a v o v a lld
drivers liconso. C all
208-733-0097.'
CONSTRUCTION
Bottor BullI C onstruc­
tion In Elko, Novada,
h a s openings (or tho
following posillons,
• Ex|Mrloncod
C oncroto foundation
p ersons.
'Joum oym an
C oncroto Finlshoro.
Ploaso Contact Miko
Badgor'775-730-4249
or77S.753-2639.’
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SALES
—Production Manager
f c J Cloary Building
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R o1 s p o n s i b l l l t i o s
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prospecllng.
soiling & managing
„ t h 0 b u I 1d I n g
consiruction through
c''' o m p i o t i o n .
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Strong oijjaniiotlonal
C c o m m unicalion
arln d m an ag o m o n t
skills
aro ossonllal.
s
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ba a so salary PLUS a
ws ookly s a lo s a n d
gonoral
contracting
5
inconllvo.
a signlllt>
cv.a n t q u o r t o r l y
porformanco
basod
g
bonus program, and
a|Tbi-annual managor-bonustopotcntlal
g S60.000-S100.000
cam
„ plus annually.
“Bonoflts packago
Includes health and
oar
dental Insurance,
Z-cap safoty
I
program,
401 k plan.
if paid vacation,
' holidays, and •
pi
HSS'
Corp. IS Q family
owned ond oporaiod
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business
w/over 25
yoars of oxpetlonco.
Sond rosumo via
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fax 608.845.7070
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Twin Falls. ID 83303*
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M ochanIc Heavy
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726-1526
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producer a n d market.
o r ol bovlno gonotlcs
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for
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try
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l t y lo r y o u i Y o u r
asB liU nt,
o p o n slb llitlo s wlll
you will loam how to
. ro
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entail
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try dally Insemlnatinoitn & s a l o s , h o p t
o q u lp m o n t ty p o s,
detection,
synchroniw hllo you gain iho
ros
zatlon
protocols, and
K n o w lo d g o a n d
onl
rocords
management.
oxporionco noodod
tlo
Odot
th e r d u ties may b e
to od v a n co w llhin
o u rco m p a p y .
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In
You nood to bo oblo
ro^,addition to working
with
(0 lift 100 p ounds.
o tr on ollto group ol
Indhriduals you will bo ’
'b o drug froo. ablo to
part
obtain 0 commercial
i n . of Dteam that prodrivers Ucenso and - vidos
wltl flrst-roto senrloOS
onjoy working outindit o th o ir c lie n ts .
Dairy
d oors at our drilling
ngr Industry knowIovidi
d g o and proven In*
locallono ihroughs eo m
o u t tho western US.
a in a tio n experi*
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Ifthisopportunltyfor
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growth im orosu you
you
a n d you a re d ru g
s e r have tho drivo and
po ano s l o n w o o r o .
h vo. ploaso call .
Interestod
In you.
779'783-7772
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Contact
J e n Acfcarrmn
foronapplicatkjn:
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Idaho*
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oxperior
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to Edmi
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. 324-7B0
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pony paid
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vacation
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0 on avorago
3 days wookly,
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in is Clark Inc.
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prof
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sponing
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oan
driving rccord. C
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monts. Compel
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benolils.
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8 7 0 B lue L a k e s
Blvd. N. S te . 4
735-5999
GENERAL
-f Housekeeping &
Jonttortal
♦ C D L A w ittia il
Endorsaments
♦ B o o n MUI O perator
♦ T ru c k S T r a c to r
Drlvoni.
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4 R o c o p llo n ls t &
Clerical
♦ Exp. Stucco
♦ Outside Solos
♦ Constnjctton •
♦MatntanancaWokmg
(owntooto)
♦ Plpo movers
♦ Dairy Maternity
Spodailst
♦■ForWlft Operators
♦H erdsm an/Exp.
♦ Landscaping
SM U sA t
111 RiorAvenuo
Twin Foils -
20a-733-7300
735 Overiand
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J urtaugh or Q ionns
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lust what w e're lookIng for.
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p a rs o n wfth
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Team Player
Sorvlcoo. Incnc. Is seek:se sond a rosumo jng a top porf
orformer.
d s a la r y require solid outsidt
ido salos‘&
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tllto :8 ee ietiry
n t8
c u s t o m e r ir
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Q en
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o d e .-S o u th e rn lo k o s to pro
,h o machine
shop, q u a l i t y s e ie r v l c e io
Idaho
1
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b u sin e ss inin' the Twin
covorli
1 244 88 r i d o n W a y Folio aroo.
■ome ID 83338*
Industry o x ^Kporlenco a
Jeromi
ot required,
are e r opS B 5 S = f—
S o f S 'n ? cCO
srieoce In plumbing, portunlty wW
vlih a groat
ctrlcol. grounds. 32 co m p o fW . '. F a x re*
ours plus on COIN
s u m e s to 2i208-483*
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a a O B o r o oi m a l l t o
Holloas
Iday Inn Express
n^Qi hugontob
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lo io
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blofofwonantyclalm s.
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woek, 5 days a week.
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C h trm a b T n T lat^
i S outh PSrIc W h
■. 402
1
Twin
Falla, Id B3301.
N ophoiM caUa*
W S ..N ™
P.O. Box 548
Twin
F o S S .
’ Falls, ID 63303
or email
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SotHjpmisploy Dopt.
c pany looking fo r
com
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dde p e n d a b le , q u a lity
734-2883*
p
p e rso n n e l. M ust b o
18 y o a r s o r o l d o r .
GENERAL
r
Contact
HotRidos Inc.
B e v e ra g e a n d food
lor more information.
m a n ag e r. D utlos in2
208-678-7433*
c lu d o b a r t e n d i n g , __
____________________
c o o k in g , h e lp in g to U
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plon a nd book events. • Big
Blf Wood Landscapo In
Ablo to m anoge por*
Kotchum is hiring a
sonnei. Serious oppli*
S pray D epartm ent
c a n ts C all 208*324S ^ r v l s o r en d
5857Mon-Frt*
T echnician.
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F u r n il u r e P r e p a n d .
wood conlrol oppllco*
r e p a i r . P a r t* tlm o
oxporionco essential. • lions wllh idoho driv*
ors liconso. Excollont
Call Amber 280-1365*
poy & benefits.
G E N IA L ----------------Cali 208-726-4167.
G e n e ra l M a n ag e r
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420-7307*
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n
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ft diosi
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for 12)
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M ust b« d e p e n d a b le
a n d a s e if -s ta r to r ,
1
have
exporloncd with
computers, lift 75 lbs
ovor head, knowfodge
. of inventory c ontrol.
a lo ry R a n g o
.
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MANAGER
“ inuolly.
“ if plusbono* . B a r r a tt Bu.
< u a ln a a $
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Sarvlcaa, Inc
Vic.l3seokjport Is located In
Ing a top perfi
jrlomior.
<uth central Idaho
• Solid outsidt
Jdo solos 8.
south
c u s t o m e rrt s o r v lc o
a ni d i s s o e k i n g a
n a g e r f o r th e
background,
3.
Maans
e cct r i c D e p a rt.
• U n d e rs talanding
r
ol '
E le
jder th9 direction
business opei
porations.
Undor
tho
City
Adrnlnis*
•
Experience
oftho
c e ma/^agitor tho 9lectilcot
ing others,
trator
portmont Manag*
■ Willing to Iddo w tut ll
depart
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for
Jok e s to p ro
rovlde lop
or is
is rosponsiblo
n
• P r o v id e s R C FA
Bdlng, planning.
q u a l i t y s oerr v lc e lo
loodir
analysis
c llo n tsa n d toto dovoiop
o r g a in l z l n g . a n d
• Tacks progrom cost
dlroctli
oction Iho operab u sin e ss inn ttho Twin
boneflls an d oqulp.
'Ptio>n
n abn d m olntoFalls oroa.
economics
nance
,
nco of Iho City's
• Industry exp<
■perionce a
• R e q u i r e s B S in
ninetri
ictricion dlslhbuplus but not)t 1required.
m e c h a n ic a l engi*
tlonsy
n sysiom and sub
E x c e l i e nIIl c a r e e r
neerlng;&+yrs'oxp:
‘P'
^tailor
illons. Must bo a
o p p o r tu n ity
Ity w ith a
. o qulvoiont com biteam
a m p la y e r w ith
great compan
lany.
nation of education
^grnor
monstmtlvo skills
Fox resum es>to
tc
and oxporionco
|n em
omiployee moll208-463-8008
08 or omall
• PE Liconso profenod
uniina
CJarObbgiiv
ting, training and
mof.hugewoBJa
lo
• E ip. in Ph o sp h ate
rtaloi;
volopm
ont.
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ric
Induslry/Phosphoric
oualllli
aim ed condidolo
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f-roau
-equlrod to hovo a
[h school diploma
. * Abim*y t o d i r o cc tl
or
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a ctlv lilo s o f ongi*
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MANAGER
IS
for local fast food ros* LANDSCAPE
LA
"oortng tochnlclans
s Project
c re d ite d course
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ill*
ta u ra n t c h a in . M u st Experioncod
Ex|
* Domonstratod oblli*
»ger.
f/to m anago priori"
ers,-m
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havo oxcoliont Inter*
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inc.,
a
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s
w . - = jcapo
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lies, moot deadlines
IS
personal and commudi
drivers
license. Apply
p<;
com pany,
in
'“ ' ‘O'
o
nlcallon skills. Q ualiir p o r s o n a t 1 0 2 5
SS o7m d°S "
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lo
flod app lica n ts m ust
Shoshono
S
St, N. #3.*
• Mu 8 t b 0 Ob I 0 10
:hum
aroa,
lyoaro
oxporionco
Volloy/Kotchi
initiative and
Id
have a t lost 1 yr. fast
a s ’o
0 JJo u r n o ,m a n
“ j’ s , ;l!i 'n g s f o r
tjea"solf.starto r"to
to
f o o d /m a n a g o m e n t U
^ W ENFORCEMENT
in a g e r t in
Llnom
lo m o n ond four
a c h ie v e w o rk inig
g
exporlonco. S tarting ■Rio
J City ol Twin Falls Is
d s c a p ln g
occopting
applteatlono
Years
■arsofinaoaslng.
ooals
salary $ 3 0 ,0 0 0 /0 0 ^
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ob responfor
iy rosp
. T ^ u a t D o s s o s■ss
w ith b e n e f i t s . F a x
^ POUCE O FFIC ER
I n c lu d e :
iT e tS in Z
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f e s 'lr
oxcoliont intorpor*
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r e s u m e w ith r e f e r I. io b c o s tIncluding °ob'^d03cripm ain^aag o m o n ta n d
sonal, omI ond ! ^ itt.
^ a ^ c f n ’ln aigl h t te h ee n c e s to 736-7285.*
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tion, q u o llllc a tio n s .
operati
erotlonoladislrl'" ? •
ion communicalion
iD lis h ln g
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testing
dates ond probutlon
tion aystom or ao
fiWIIs
nd sc h e d -'
Londscopo & sprinklor
ci
coduros
oro avallablo
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now apRllancos. now
cnrpot. now palm, now
window trflatmonfa. 2
(Irap lac o s, AC. now
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view o l golf c o u rso .
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New Price $84,900
Cuto 3 bdrni. ono lovol,
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Frod Moyof/Vynwood.
$81,000
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3bdrm .2bath.oncroy
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garago wim 16' door.
$15,000
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now carpol ond palm.
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2 bdrm. 1900 sq.n.. gas
hoal. ono lovol. family
ro o m , on O rc h o rd .
$56,500.
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4 bdmi on Conior Slrool
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rontal. $68,000
R O B ER TJO N ES
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TWIN FALLS Cut In tho •
country on loss thon
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near the Iniersiiie on paredd road
ro 20 miles from
200,000. For more
Boise. AJklne price $3,200
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cDodliion. Diiry peimli in proccss.
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price is ftt,980,000.
mile of Ifllcrstaie 1-84. Asking
contact Daild Price or
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, WIN FALLS (4) 1 ocTo
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round spring, uniimit' od rocroation, potontlal wind form. S1.495
por ocro, 423-4444,•
TWIN FALLS 2 bdnn,,
1 1/2 balh. flropiaco,
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location. Immaculaiol
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5350 dop. 734-8493.*
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731-3232.*
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lots or triin exportonco.
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may, champion producer. $1000.837-6523.*
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call208*934-5040*
H o r s e tR A iL E R '0 3
CN 4 B 4 horse slant,
walk In lock, new tiros,
$5,000. Can 25O:B560.*
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enclosed irollor muat
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prelty.301-697-6125.*
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208-308-fl012.‘
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$1600/otJor. S y r. old
p a rtly h a lte r b ro k e,
$ 1000/ olfor. Randy
532-4461 or431-6578*
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rig h t, 1 p iv o t 160
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p ic k uppsst o c k r a c k .
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18-825-5234.*
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dumpslto,
lu n ters. R o ad y now j n 7 1 0O0 BBH 2 2 c o r n 4 ft. A lu m in u m ngr
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or EA STERI $ 2 0 0
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$ 4 8 9100.
00 JO 6 3 0 0
208-312-4552.*
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jum blo gi
wonned, dewclaws.
bl.ue purr
$I 2™7 5 . 2 0 e -4 3 6 8 -ro w m
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m an marl'
m rkors. $ 8000 WHEEL UNE Socti
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lo n th o ld M a n tlo .
9 2 kw gge
e n e r a to r ; 3 Wade. 4* round,. ORE
irnalo.microchlppod.
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1-3246,*
pickup your birthday
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Qoutz dIot
p h o t o s ? W o h o v0o
spayi
W H E E L L IN E“sSTI b T
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$ 6 2 0 0 Co
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iqulrers onlyl $ 5 0 0 .
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hocolalo puppios (3),
ovortiead
1
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$3500/
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wooks
old.
molos.
olfor.
24x2
4x28 garag o to
choo
to awd y fo r a h o m o ,
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11
:qII 208-539-1027 or
2669 orr539-5570^*^*’
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and pa ck s. Call 208*
536-2580 or 539-2580.’
PAIKT 5 yr. old aeldlng.
husbanduaedTorlTBJl,
p a r a d o s , o o o d with
boglnners, has had 30
days with prolosslonal
tmlnor. Ho baths and
lo a d s, v e ry m ollow.
• $1.600.20M1CW671.*
. PM TOS (3) 2 1/2 y o .r
•
oldllllloo.Hanorbroko,
$ 7 0 0 e a c h . C a ll
• 208-324-8230*
■ Professional Farrier
B utch Shields
nicr208-731-9768R O T iN O C H U tE lo r
solo. $500. Pleaso call
208-431.8851.‘ •
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ForRantI
lr»door& outdoor
arena usage Includod.
Mullipio horso pons,
Training ond lessons
available.
Sundtnc»A rtna
Call209-2 8 0 ^7 6 '
TRAILER Logon '89,
bum per pull. 3 horso
sla n t. 6 x16, in good
condtlon, $4,000. Call
208-539-0038.*
TRAILER 00 (2) horso
slant with tack room.
O n ly b o o n p u l l e d
approx. 1,000 miles.
tik o nowl $3,600. Call
WANTED: G re at kids
0 .1 1 4 0 7 .3 8 3 .
Id,. 4* i
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^ o < ^ ,h y d ra u upplcs, 7 w eeks old,
iic r a dha i
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w/Foro Donoing
bo
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2 0 8 - 559\^-^3°?31^Sr
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208-366-7406,*
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Shane 20e
M'NI
f n b a b y b o y s . ROTARY {
nd to
Adon
300, Call 326-6622.*
mowor. 81
Invn
nhr,«
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00
i i l c h . $ 3 7 5 .'9
malo purobrod pup.
MINI-D
Topor
blado. 3
nmodlato
salo,
$350.
hi
1 mo
g “ 5“itch. $100. Call
Immo
6-8235.*
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7 1 2 0 '. 44,<!
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E iF
s mmo l o o . V o r i o u s
MFD 149<
4946 w /duois.
o lo r s . $ 2 0 0 /o f f o r.
C A S E IH
IH'9 8 , 8 9 4 0 .
luo fo m a lo , 6 m o .
4 7 3 3 hhe
coloi
o u r s .M F D
400.
Call
438-5923.‘
14948
w/i
Bluo
w/duolo. Exc,
$400,
;DHEELER Puppios.
cond.,’99 shank
sl
CASE
HPrTTI
lalos & fomalos. $50
IH spring
I V fippor.
ig trip
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wbbo d d o r b a r
w/markors
9112?^
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h after 6 pm.*
206-420-2865.*
8388
r rf w I i L E R T L A B
£Z E C H U T E
^ ross. black puppios, .
m a les. 3 lo m o lo s.
usod. Prilo
W m . oloaiOh.
o a d y fo rq g o o d
S S o J S jS
omo, fcS . 324-7608.*
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0TT13H TERRIERS
S W A T HER
H E H o o to n
16
KC champion podigH ,ft. C ali fo r
208-670-4296.*
S fto,g 4r males. 1 fomolo.
206
IRDovkl
Brown
500-700. Will dolivor. TRACTOR
C
oody 4 /t. Call 2081210. dies
222-2572
^
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Call 206-5^
B-543-5633.*
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t h a n 9.0*
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volvoondi
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”
brush coat,
h a u l wIth
ith l e s s th a n
jrs. $25,000 or
vosklds.votyoontlo.
lOOhotira.
for. 206-886<00. Call 324-9445.*
b e s t offor.
!?yo»
206-308-6262.*
a i h in o c l a s s e s
IRS 1982 White
Dllltv basic and duo- TRACTORS
TRAIN
'cob, AC, 15.5 .
/ training. 535-S75.
2-05 w/cat
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r.
front.
atlonal Assoc, of Dog
3 0 « “ f- 11-15
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pytm
3urs.A C 7060.
t>odior)coln8tnjctors
3100hourt
Natior
roars.w /duois.
011208-423-5442.*
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fro n t, ru n e
M ^TED
M ln ltu re
Strong Call
Co! 208;837-.
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ch n aia er. purobrod.
e o e 4 : leav
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G roat p a rents. $350$ 4 0 0 . B o l a o . C a ll
208-342-7632.A IlB rv ed e P e t
G room ing
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exp. wrth TLC. Call
FourPaw oSoJon
«20a-324K)077.AQUARIUM
I
55 gallon wrth
hood, oubmerslblo
hooter, backpack
flKcr&powerhoads,
'• Allforonly»24Voffer
20a-734-5338'
1U8 TRAUAN SHEP
H E R D p u p p le s ,
AKC/ASCA rog. Coll
208-861-9594. www.
g o m o ta to a u e s le s .
homestoad.com .* .
b d A a L E 2 y r a .o ld ,
sp o y o d . LAB 2 yrs.
o ld , n e u te r e d . Coli
208-734*1056.*
BEAQLE PliPPY purob ro d , m a le , a lm o s t
hou so b ro k en , $250.
Call20B-733-e891.*
BOXER p u p a . G r e a t
E a a t a r g K U l F irs t
d h o ta , d o w c la w e d ,
tags docked. 734<?996*
C H E S A P E A K E BAY
• malo pup, 8 mos, old,
P J ip e r o d .I n o e d a
good hom e. S250/offor.C ali20W 39-3406':
» x = f
12005
Open
A U cm O N
f h uar ^ April 2flth
on y o rty o v rex c ass
Convt
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b o d o with
I'IfMmnll'o’ i '
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td In truck ok.
a “ K )-324'5858 *
SbC K ovyor
' International
je running VB
SB 8020 tractor, low
engine proforabio
proi
with
5RIHE51?Uop5ppI«
)ura,’.1 6 tt. domrlee
4 o r 5 sspp ei e d tr o n a
jrobred, 2 m ales, 1 C M
B
I
fsetdlsk. Milton 12
a t t a c heedd. W o n te d
imale. (awn w/black
w b e• et planter. Call
o ld e r grav
rav el o r farm
mask, $350. 2 yr. oW
0 6 6 7 6 -2 6 0 1 or
type hydn
ydraulio dump
malo $ 3 0 0 . F em ale.'.
18-312.2353.*
b a d o r ooh
id e rd u m p
$380. Call 324*944S.‘
J6<i24*566e.^
B e iH 4 8 0 24fLaiSO
iH o c is ir B X S T r F r e
th B In. e padng a n d WXRTEZToI
foiSorgm unH
AK C p u p a . H u flo l
nan harrowe o o ‘ drtve o r' pto
ptt drive maE x o e T le n K a m l ly ,
Extra diso a n d
nuro sprea
reader. W anttrlendaandprotectom .
peirt>.
g el206-764*2376*
■JD 14T, 214T,
a d o ld erJD
$1,178.Candallver. .
r 224T h a y
HO ‘U LNBDOO. 7.B
o f 2 4 T oor
•
C tlI77M 91-03T e.*
P«*»lam ed MF 124
srP o rd dlesef, e w
>r. 324-6656.*
PRBB B a s s e tt H ound'
lHon, with Morlang
h ay baler.
>
c ro s e , m a le . 1 yoar,
320” e p r e id e r box,
old. Ha w as left a t my
'ilieAB*
exc.
■ house with an Iniury.
cH
n n S U IIK H
mf,?
ditlon, $ 3 0 ,0 0 0 /
fer. 8TIQEn Wildcat
(D'TIEB'B 'CS
>wtsh 12 fl hydrauiio HJUCnOXD''
ada. 3 2 0 6 G at. 10.
n . #1.2, 331Lg. ouantlIII; O ary 2 0 6 -'
)d . tra n e : d u a ls ,'
tlea.a^ail,'
biade
6 4 6 ^ 1il.312-5561*
.;
w tlst you In your home
,« 0,000..30S*44^.*.
od.
' , r*ptIfi.73>0M l. ,
$iO.O<
S
r
PH O TO S
d onywhoro. many (jros;
irossos.
clovers. Roy Oden
'dormoit
—
ANTIQUES
COMPUTERS
Refurbished.
Call 206-732-0512.*
____________________
A N TIQUES: U pright
piano. $450. Oak buf.f o t.$ 4 5 0 . A rm les o
ro ck o r. $150, C iow
orm/foot cnalr. $250.
Solid w oqd d in e tte
sot/8oats8.$250.0ldo r M aytag W/D. ru n
woil, $150. All good
condillon. Call o lto r
7pm, 208-536-2983.*
A REA R U G S g r o o n
floral 8x10 w/4 matchIng ru n n o rs, $ 3 5 0 .
F u to n fra m e , $ 7 5 .
Call 203-324-4831.*
BED King s l20 g r o o t
buyl Q u ilto o h o a d board w/bed frame &
• matching dust rufflo &
pillow shoms. Fabric
brown w/mauvo (lower
& g ro o n le a v e s &
b o ig o t o n e s . E x c .
condSSOO. 622-3854.*
BED Quality pine lo g
b o d w ith m a ttr o s s .
Twin size. $85,00. Coll
Mork 208-420-5516.
Mya 208-420-6954.*
BEDROOM SET: 7 PC.
Inclu d es bed, n lg h l
Sland. d ro sso r w ith
m irro r, c h o s t. S till
boxed. Worth S4.000.
Sacrllice $1,499. Con
defivor. 206-4206350.*
BEDROOM SET: Bod.
rolls, dresser, mirror,
n lg h ts ta n d . N ow .
n o v o r op o n o d . L ist
$899, sacrifice $399.
C o n d o liv o r . C a ll
208*420-6350.'
—
COUCH La-Z-Boy dual
rodlnor w/motor m assogo, light brown. 2
years old. In slorogo
fcr 1 yoor. Brand now
co n d . N o w $ i,2 0 0 .
Asking S700, Call 208324-4131 or 366-6966*
l-^Op-310-^101
ALFALFA SEED
0
DISPUYCASEArchod
to p . o ak fram o w ith
beveled glass, 77* toil.
4 2 ' wloo, 10* d e e p .
G la ss sh o lv o s w ith
halogen lighting, S450,
Con omoH photo. Coll
208-726-6406,-
mSNTO RY
UaUIDATtON
Additional Mark Downs
Simpler Times Vlllago'
Antique Lovers
ol TF Fairgrounds,
April 2 9om-5pm
April 3 10am-4pm
New de ale rs w anted
Call 312-4900
Everything from
gor &
lO/Ib,
208-687-34505/ 0 /
-2336*
(Fa'rfletd)764-23:
forngo
ALFALFA seed, for
grasses, pasture 1
os, oats. Grand Vc
B40AddlaonAvo. '
208-733-8737.*
. KING P IL L O W T O P
$ 2 3 9 . m a ttro ss a n d
box set. Never u se d.
Foctory worronty. Con
doiivor206-420-6350,*
hat;
BOISE'S BEST
MATTRESS SET.
ANTIQUE SHOW
Full Orthopedic. S99.
This Friday 5-9 pm,
Brand now. Con dolivor
SaluiTlay & Sundoy
208-420-6350.*
11-om-5pm,
NASA
MEMORY FOAM
Fairgrounds.*
T
m a ttr e s s s e t. C o n LECTERN OAK. 100X
forms
to body. Now In
ALFALFA SE E D
EO to p
y o o rs old. D otollod
p la s tic . List $ 1 4 9 9
quality famior lo10fafarmwork ol a rtl SACRI-“
Sacrifice $499. Coil
o r .’d o liv o r o dd aa n y .
FICE for S 2 0 0 . Call;
"
420-6350 Can dolivor.*
whoro. many orasi
irassos,
208-326-6557.*
'^ 2 0 6 _ ^ -3 5 e 7 o r4 2 0 -S (
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A ;
9
STOVE, S250. C oairj
"ovore. Roy O den
208-485-6280 01
r n " /.
1-600-910-4101
Chost. $75. W Indovrt,,
S t O o o c h . C o l i1
208-404-6768.*
.
TABLE nice r o u n d e d
Tiger oak w /4 choirs
ALFALFA. 2n0 coll
cutting.
“ » M » " (0 )S 7 0 o ,
s ir o w Ion b alo o
$25 oach. Calf cn
feeder, holds200*
!oSTb?
Ol groin, S1 0 0 . C
20B-54»4700.*
CORN SILAGE.
r ~2!2 ^
to n o .C a ll2 0
20® ’
731-2017.* ______
r . . ,
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i l i m
W ;” '!
lU llL
STRAW sm all baloo.
bai
a n y q u o n tlt y ;•
. C
208-734-5053,*
:--------T .a c .K iy R .Mie.vvlln g
l^g.
■
WANTED sp o llo
lotJd o r
u n w an ted h a yy. - V
Wi
como tO pickup.
p . Cc o n
r
^711 >601302
^
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ING '
CUSTOM FEEDING
Shaw Land & Uvosu
restock
20S-731-2017.*
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m a g lo T a lle ^ .c
oi
,coin
o n d p lo c e y o u r
d a s a t/ira Une taU
aa
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gassifledtecaan.
SO
O FF A /L O V E S E A T
br
jr aon d new . leather.
gro
jr
o a l pricol S I,200.
Coll
:oll 208-536-2793,*
= =
k
^ 6 '
QUEEN PILLOWTOP
$129. m a ttro ss a n d
box se t bran d now .
• Foclo^wananty. C an
dolivor 206-420-6350*
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D opartm ent
Classlned Son/ICB
Representatives
a ro av allab lo from
8 ;00 am - 5 :3 0 pm
M onday - Friday
• • Call o u r o fd ca s
In TWIn Fa lls
733^3931 e x t. 2 or
Burley 677-4042.*
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inra whlrlnonl
jncllners
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by aidoT
a
couch
:h 44 lovoseat,
largoenlenainmom
enl
conior.
i stools.
or. bor
movios.
}. computer
co
cabinot. oak
01
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conlorc
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Idaho Au<
iP s6eEBldredg e
BED adjus
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s iz o vith
with m asso g o .
DOWNS
A
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(208)467-1712
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for tho auction
colondor, ovoryday
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208-7J5-3222
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^ING size 7 Braslllon
Sluo Topaz, toar drop
sotIn unique bold 14
lot
;a ro l g old, flo to ils
kar.
!500. Sacrifice $200.
S50i
\ mm u 6 t s o e , C a l l
A
I08-410-5041.*
208-
FARM FRESI
isii
XILTRY
PASTURED POO
turod
Will raise pastui
chicken or turko
tkey.lo
i-5729.*
ordor. Coll 825-5
F = = ^ 5 S i
W A N T T O TU
I nY o ld
Army rifles &pistols.
pii
3. Also,
ForoiQf' Of US.
Q^y b roken gui
S500: 208-733-9253.
208
lu n s or
all 208Brottier
flun p a rts. Cail
d e s k w/huicti.
wmu
cssago.*
Botti
436-8833 Iv. mos;
Word Processor,
Pro<
$20
WANTED
g o o d condition.
con
oa- Call
11208^23^992.'
20
Old g a s pum ps
0 gas
1 or
ims.
KILN Eieci
•iectrlc manual
station Item:
ions 18'. S200
Top money paid,
poi
, 2 soctlons
0274.*
>08-934-5040'
Tony 208-866-02
Cali 208-:
ihS paid
EVENT WANTED SCoshS
SCRA ■BOOK
PaO
a t mAGIC
AGI VALLEY
}d Dish- for usod/oxplrod
• ' ’MALL
”
Network equlpr
Comi Ing
ng Saturday.
\
WIII pick up. Cali
Ca toll
1-2812.'
ay 7,2005
freo 1-688-569-2
IlyooTbllsI
W ANTED 2 0 x0
xol c a r
llko to pan
lotwoon
co'flof- 6 tt. boti
f o n d o ro , h ailI 3 0 0 0 S S to
Ilcool7y-3TO0
4000 lbs. low clo
rloaroniq roeiuost 1
532.'
^oac
nr“
CO. Call 733-3G3S
'
,
WANTED 81/2 ft.
ft. pickAro you cWm
u p cam per lorr a8 lato
Oa5a.i«Js wi
modol GM. Must
ist bo In
fw rttf-i *'oci
j f o c t c n io w ^
to p c o n d . W III
ill p a y
twusoyoUtto
Uttoro.73Ma3i_ cash. Call 733-57
•5789.*
.
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) "S.®“
m CHEVROLETCAVAUER
sticker New Hearty S I6.OOL
N O W ON LY ...
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^
2 0 a 4 C H E V n 0 lB T i
■0.000.
sticker Naw NoariyfiO.C
N O W O N L Y ...
mm
omII
.
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sticker New Nearly $22,000
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N O W O N L Y ...
I R E ’S N O B E T TT IE R B U Y
rV E WILL S A V E Y<
A S H O R T DBTV
YOU TH O USA ND S
n iw tiitu
324-3900
iz s r
C la s s if ie d s
U H a b la i c p a ik e l
E v ery D ay l
O r a s s ^ d Lleol.
c
jstlcidos
Nohom onos.post
roducts.
by-pro<
r whole.
° “s
“ r
nch
S ba r D Ranc
3930.*
call 208-731-99;
m
R oad T h e
.
r v , 25*
iie q i
^ «N»'if f j f p p p ffls
.
H O T TUB 6 p e r s o n .
o zo n e sy ste m , f ib e r ’
optio Hants. 2 9 {ots.
s te p s , c o v o r, c e d a r
sid in g , 2 y e a r e old.
S4.000 208-420-6737*
HOT TUB Ntoe. 6 p o rson. rune good, needs
h e a te r . 8 7 0 0 /o ffe r.
CaIt20B*639-0844.‘
L P R E C O R D S la rg e
selection of 60'o
D-o. 70’s.
A eO‘S', Moko
0 o1 lfo r.
D106.*
CaJI208-324-01i
w A qupH
r s . o ld ,
s ilo Stove GE,
Gl like
m e S tenCA,'|lO®HoVi
^^,5 CD cht
ihangor.
■■‘y -• 206-326-4631
.
iPRUCETREES
$30, Coll 735-93
9379.*
BLUE SPRi
6 f 0 0 1p
boiiod & I
Coll 208-7
p i x o N '01
'01 3014 lawn .
r. 36
mower.
3e Inch cutting w t ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼
blower.
swoth,,bogger.
bo;
Dflor.
• B ost oflo Cali 208536-2446
F R E E P o io c h tre o . 3
yooro old,
old, you remove'
•825-5233.*
It p a y s to re a dd th e
i*-2P8-82i
JD Lown&
n &garden tracflll0 p r iIntt
y rd o sto tic 54*
to r. hyrd
m ow or
di
ir d ock, pow er
« M iT ,.,i.,e «
alls
agger, hydraulic
W ll I Win Fr fl
flow baggi
30*tlllor.£
or. 54* hydraulk:
208-733-093
931
inglo blade. Call
lift 4 onglj
482 for oppt.*
„ ^
—
^7-4042
R. si
soil propollod, Burt0y2O 8-677MOWER,
$ 1 2 5 ., M
Meow er, push
S75. All Items in ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼ ▼
y YT
stylo. $75,
oxcolloni
pia n o LOSIor.
r. oldor
Bol.y R o.. Sp
Spinott.
G ood condition,
n, S250.
TREES
Cail20e-324-41(
1185.*
Wo buy all sizes
,
PIANO upright.
t. 1roally
/
2 0 ^
S1.250.
J3-e70-3449‘
good cond.. SI
or203-e
2 08-43BB-679Z
c ---------- 3
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^
■A uA M
BOWFLE}
$ 1 8 0 00 .,1T r e a d m ill.
$ 3 0 0 .CCat r d io G lide OFFICE UNIT Custom
Ci
Ih book
H ea lth
Rider. SlOO.
h R
built O ak with
Jrawors.
call 208-3
38-324-4831 *
ohelf 6 8 filo dro
c o n d ..
ricc cr ^ i
‘•'^^STYLI
011 2 0 8 -.
tik o S o o r
.1-6946.*
c T c S iZ io ™ :
)th. 423-6456*
C --------^ ^0 bolh,
NORDIC
CRPID E R Dul l
m o tio
n . by N o rdic
>n.
. As now. S65. 5 , ; , ^ , , ----------D8-734-29G0
WANTED
ja
/J 4 ^jbo. *
snop
on tools
ols.
D929.*
» ••■ ■ •••••
Coil 208-280-09;
W EIG HIT
TSSET/HOME
. GYM Liki
Llko now. ea*.
k
c is o s .f u lly k 6 2 1 ^ n
iblod. S225/otfor.
if ^
K i
R E F R IG E R A T O R
Whirlpool IB cubic It,.
HAY
3 yro. old. Exc. cond.
nix.
S250,C ail731-4025.*
c o S p fto t.
;PS;
WASHER/DRYER Oas
206-643-8373*
____
dryer. Uko now. S299
choice
/ofter. Cali 734-1143,HAY 300 lon of chc
olfalla. MId-sIzoJba
balos. WASHER/DRYER Set.
454 o r . 5 2 0 0 . R e frlg , $125,
435.512^I6B.______
S id e b y e ld e . $250,
oreon
Upright freezer. $75,
HAY 3nJ. briQht gre
Catl208-42t-0341.*
ioafy. bam sto reod
d .' 135
Ib . 3 s tr in g b«a li
i o e , W a s h e r To r y e r
$9/t)aio. You pick
)lck up.
stackab le, Frigldairo
Cali 206-324-7148.
148.*
oxcoilont c o n d itio n ,
, nrtLss
$ 6 0 0 o r b o o t o flo r.
ird 1tost
Call 208-543-5775,*
mix. 2 string. 3rd.
2 0 .6 p r o te i n . , 2(
203.
quollty, will eollII sr
small ^ flftt ,^3I?»ntTnTii»a
M W O A |i |||||||g
a m o u n ts. C all1132431
5082 or 308-0073.'
I73-*
" A Y . m . N » . l08
. . lhay
■opalrad
ar rcplacod
'Jif,
:n back comers, S385
'or
°onset. Mufti-color raw
silk tufted o tto m an .
jllk
jouillonlrlngo
is loose
bou
In
s all aro a . S250.
n sm
Coll 208-734-1861 ,*
:oll
DINING tablo w/chairs.
$45. B ed, twin sizo.
w /m a ttr o s s . S 3 5 .
D resier. $28. Coffeo
& ond ta b le e . $ 2 5 .
Call 208-735-9379,*
indoor. F iler
F lea M a r k e t
206-46SS280 oi
;a d i o f m / a m , c d .
c a s s o i t o & ro c o rd
piayoroli Inci, In boautlfulcal)lnot.Exccond,
$295,
« S Call 733-5331,*
5 ECLINER
^
La-Z-Boy
Lo.Z-Tooch, lOmolor
moMooo wmoal. bolll
mo]
Iinn fphono, very good
cond., $550, Couch &
kiveseat muKi<olorod.
k)vi
stain resistant, vory
good
Ooo cond,. $000. Call
734^946
or 731-6946'
^
REFRIGERATOR
in
Kenmoi
m
oro dbl, door. Ico/
woi
ivalormaker.2yrsold.
.• S500/o(for,
S5C
Couch/
lfo
o vv e e e a f , lig h t in
cole $250,404-9466,*
M>lor.
------ContomSECTIONAL
EC
D o r a r y C R L a in o .
porl
porfoct
cond,. noulrol
cole must soo. S650.
:olor.
4 2 *claw lool round
42*
tab!
table. S2S0, Coll 208404
404-6577
or 734-2482.*
sL
E IG K B E D s o li d
LE
^oc brand naw. still
ivood.
in box.
b Ust $699. Soil
in
5S2<
2 4 9 . C a n d e liv er.
' Coil
coli 206-42O-63SO,*
------OFA Must soli excossSOFlurniluro
right away!
<urr
1104
0 4 'c u n /o d io o lh o r
s o f a . L ig h t b o ig o .
dow filled. 38* deep,
down
Bar usod bm loathBorioy
o r di o e s n e e d to bo
or
dec
;loaned&coni}(ilonod.
nov $4000 sell S635
Now
'o lfor. (4) gorgoou s
d“ i*n*■i n g r o o m a r m
c h a ir s In oxc, cond.
Bolge crackle finish,
nJho
io delicate 611ksifipo
la b ric n o o d s to b o
,
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m s. Unciilii «nnv.
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m
d respond, call
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u
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C a lls c o s t $ 2 .0099,/m in u te , p lu s a
$ .9 9 c o n n e c t i o nI fe e . M u s t b e I 8 + .
t ancd p la c e arn acd, call:
leart 2 Heat^;
To jo in He
FRIEND
s e e k i n gIA
a f
OU
HOPE r r s YOU
DWF. 57. s r. mothof/gra:
grandmother,
onjoys travel, d andng. footl
ootball. bowling. movlos. more. SooWni
iWng a friond
to shoxo dinner datos, tnlks
alks andslm plo limes. Hanson ITSISfi
■12878_ _
iA PP E N S' '
' L E T S SEEWHATHAF
OWF. 38. iovos touohlof,
“ T o“ L ,
/ioi.SooB ng
Iho outdoors, most movios
similar odivo. romanlic man
mai to hang
' out wiih for a whilo.t. Holllstor
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,
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SWF. 34. full-figurod. loves
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I for com apanionshlp. ’■ Holllotor
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CanAttraclivo SF. 49. 5‘4-. 130Ibs.
130
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Hi.i.lm a 5 5 yoarKiId SWF looking for
jr a0 relauonship with tho right m an. I \
daughior ot homo. Sh ol'si ii n Z
homomakor an d lady. Ho iiTtnr
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noous, sooks friondly.
n ^ . cuto SM, who
lot walks,
an d quailkMis sunsots. qukit
w
stiogfriondshipor»d
ty talks to sharo lastlr>(
aHister 0 5 2 7 1 4 2 •
possibfymoro. HoHist
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Fun-loving gal 24,
poiHo, mother of lyoa;
up for a good limo,
long - walks, hikinj
fomanco, cuddling, qu
FOREVER
FROM HERETO
HI
SWF, 36. 5’6-.
5'{ 135lbs, UondoWue,
football, hunting,
into raco cars,
d
quIot ovonlngs.
c a n in g , romantic
ror
Dnost, slncoro SWM. 30-Sooklng hon<
J ^ * llee relotionshfr Hollister
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iT . Wonde/hazot, dimples,
odum buikJW M .Iam and
fl-smokor, non^lrug user,
r ok. EducoOon oncT IntolliJSL Twin Fans 0 4 6 7 6 4 2
JNSH/N/NQ ARMOR?
16-21 year old guy who
ISO SM. 16parly out also onjoys a
a t homo cuddling. 1m a
f f t oars
a
old college studont
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SF, 21, btsavnrtjrown,
onjoys d an d n g . ccan^ i n g . hunUng.
Sooking chlkJ-friondly
indly. honost, lovjng, liko-mindod SM.
IM. tto sharo friondship, casual dalos..talks
talf mid posslU y
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din
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nanw o j^ lln g pn
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friendship first, possibi
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lokor, onjoys outSWF, 34, non-smoko
inging out with my
raoding, hangir
chiltj™"' ‘-“ Wng for
for non-smoking
riendship or moro.
32-40, for frienc
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SWM.
m . seeking SV/F. 40-55, v ^ o
likosIStito havo lun and enjoying living,
anddtntraveling or dinner datos. Magic
vaJIev.
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m . 37. father of 2, enjoys Italian
E Uid,'' cooking, travol, skilng( enow/
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tor], road trips. Soeking outgoing,
coro SF, 27-43, intorostod In hav'"9 I' “lun.
f lasting friendship and possl^
“ <■>romanco. Hoilistor 0 2 0 7 0 4 2
COUNTHY HOOTS
, 21. tho cowboy type, onjoys havSM 1,2:
Ing aa (good laugh, having a tot ot fun.
[I;
hunting
Itlng, fishing, being p ^ of a iaml[{■
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un fami, seoking his cuto ccwgirt,
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m o m b o i ^ I p n u m b o r.
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v o lc o g r o o tin g .
A n s w e r s o m o b a s i c0
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p r o fllo q u o s tl o n s .
h MI, 55‘10', 130ibs. avor build, likes
READY FOR
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g
o n c j tf y o u c h o o s o ,
lonest, loving, kind, (un, worlin
Genuine, hor
ricing on core a nd the outdoora.
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sponlanoous
SHF, 18-23. vrho Is adive
outdoors dining,
dir
movios, friends,
p r in t o d f o r y o u .
i likes to go out. Acoqula
seekl
jking down-tfroarth SM,
425995
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o - m o ll, p h o n o , c o ll[
llllod woldor, lovos to laugh,.
FUN A!
AND LOVEABLE
conillc
3”
phono.
Iks slondor, blondo SWF. 18-50,
Sep arated wc
woman, 34, wtth 8-year- sooks
olci-son, enji
p!
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mJoys family octfvltles.
N/S,
SookJng a far
famify-odentod man, 30- Acequi
Kjula 0 4 7 6 8 7 9
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42. for frionc
jndship first Appleton
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a test girl In tho world. Do you
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SWF, 38, not
MUST UK E: CHILDREN
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pot afraid of hanl work, perfoct
feet but tiappy with wondorful.
n g cjttwfs, onjoys movies, svVM
Marrlago-mlnded SWF,
SWI 20, mcthor, onjoys hei>ing
W . 36, seeking SWF, 20-15. Buhl
onjoys camping, famll)
imily time, friends, music, bolno
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good
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OUlu ts lM M o lo o . SW F 37 arc
kHo on the'w ookonds. Heybum
woni cJwngo for a n y ^ ,
losl. caiing SWM.
s K 40, se e k s honost.
a 9S 79 ______________________
ko-minded SM. 3 W 5 . ® 529!
38-49, who enjoys ha
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nolhor ^ r THRRIRCPAC
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cam
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the
horseb
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ago build, onjoys country
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seback riding, shooting pool, timo0
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slncoro. mother of
w
rostaurants,
go
on
outwith
fa
n ^ o s . outdoors, hunting,
i
I fam{ty a nd friends, stargazing.
iq, camping, nro-ioon son. sooks
---------------------------- ^------}•
3ks SWM, 32-40.
ng drives. -If you llko the--ctjtldllr
• fishing, horsoback riding.f. U
Idling. Soaklrig"slm ilar S F to
O'' “ M e m b e r s a r e t h e nn ' " '
Looking for (inandally socuro,J, ^N/S, nico. f o r "
I mo 0 call. Hollistof share
SWM, 40*63. for friondship
re ifrion^hlp a nd moro. Hailey
y
a l e r t e d t o th e ir
■hip o r more, friendship maybe ^moro.
me
Hollister,
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camping, looking to m eel sim
to n e b o ^ but my dog! Looking
onjoys movios. dining out,
-i^lrrJ^Q
horSOS, IhO0 outdoors, snuggling.
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klnd-hoan- enjoys farming, lain^^hSn
nd
siendor/averago-built lady, 35-60,
fishing. Sooking honost.. kit
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th e se rv ic e a t a
lar Interests dandng. sImpio times
od man, lo sharo similar
s s 's h s f f n
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d is c o u n te d ra te .
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■INTERESTED
SW F,40,honc
M, 49, S'lO*. N/D. N/S. IBOlbs,
SWF, 21. onractivo, outgolf
most, friendly, a roal lady, SWM,
o f t i m e m a k o It
V c o m p - SWf- 19. S - r . ISOIto
Olbs, tong Wofjdo/ se o to a r o a lg
.
•en^loyed. easygoing, outdoors'
1gontloman,
27-40. to bo solf-eff
golic, likos dandng. flshinj
f a s t a n d easy.
3kino SWM ^0201, smoker, enjc
enjoys ram p ng.
0 good friond
low baggago, seoks SF, 40-52., V
nd first, iw causo friends (ypo,), lo
Ing. mcing, hunting. Seokin
(iging out. Sooklng mako the bost
bo partnors. Burioy Cdl I mi
isvnolflo to
rrxjvios, hangiOi
me we may havo something In
21-2B. nlco-iooklng. easyg
0 conjoys travol. q 6 0 6 6 1 1 ®
l
02 SS nistS
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commc
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sharo my Inlorosts with you.
ou. Holllstor Hollislor 0 6 1 7 0 3 7
- SWM, 47, torkllfl operator, on]
onjoys
0 6 2 0 7 6 2 ® _ d ^g ^ r1 2 S
GIVING r r A SHOT
MARRIAQE-Mi
E-MINOED
H B H I
[■employed, onorgotic, sodaWo walks, camping, quiot ovonlngss liIn or
' LOOKING FOR A Fh7 i
So'f-on
SF. 47. Brazilian, nico
nico-looklng. likos
out. Sooklng nico. good-hoar
ariod,
31, father, enjoys family tlmos,
p U L L iiJ IIB p iH
SM,, 31
SWF. 2 6 .5'5-, fOdA)luo. likO!
Ikes rodoo.,. ,o iQugh_ p|ay tf,o i«jyt
on films, hunting, fishing, camp-•; honosl woman who onjoyss tho
I k [ f m i 1 > ] u IH k I action
movios, moro. Sooking hon
honost. out- Seeking §M. 45-55. c
I; sam e. Hoilistor 0 59 3994
Unkln ^rl^", 4-wheeilng. snow■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ I . lng,‘” U
going SWM, 26-30. smof
moker, ^
friendly, N/S. for LTR.
Ii
■R, loading
to posJiiing.
bogging,
rodng.
Seoking
g
SM
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anc dating, sible m arriage. Nomi
Vompo 0 6 2 9 4 9 0
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possible LTR. Elko 0 6 0 >M16____(g
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PIMENTABABY f
SM, 31, wort
orks o s groundskoopor,
‘•mindod lady up for fun andd Fun-loving SWM. 21. lovos to) hike,
onluro.LTR? Curry 0 5 4 3 2 2 5
fish, ploy and walch sports,;, iISO
guitarist, onjo
ijoys bowling, camping,
- activo fomalo, 16-23, who isn't
i t into
hing, sooklng o SW/BF,
o o H , LOOK, r r s m e
playing gam os of tho hoart. Buhl
E
similar qualities, for pos- Artistto
5tto WM, 28, tovos dilWren, oxer-.
siUo rolatJonsI
nship.- Burloy 0 5 1 7 6 6 1
rt,inn and animals. Looking tor seri-,, 0 5 8 1 5 5 7 @ sklpdogcd72
W h e n y o u s e e3 tl
t h e @ a t t h e e n d o f a n ca d , l h a t
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E A X W m iM E
relationship witti a woman. 18-10.
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WEEKEND
GETAWAY!
\YS
moker,
browr;/bluo,
works
Acoqulj
quia 0 5 5 3 3 4 9 ® Bigtodebftof
m e a n s t h e a d vt ef ei r t i s e r h a s a p r o f i l e ( a n d
lumnt business, likos to
GONE FISHING
■ OWM. 4 9 , 5 - i r , 18Sibs,homoo
oowrne v e r ) a p i c t u r e• el ]l) a t o u r o n l i n e p e r s o niaall: s Site.
danco ond li;
listen lo music, sooks
ock-nM, 39, 6', blorxl/greon, goateo, er. N/S. into country musfc, rod
D, smokor, w t» haa a
a
. SWF. 21-40,
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N o t e t h e uj s ie r n a m e l i s t e d a f t e r t hIA
e
1, trunBt-hoart, likes flying modol planes,I, roll. Intorosts Include dining out,
rolaxodotWiKk
jd o .T w ln f ^ 0 6 1 6 0 1 8
y ning, movios. Sooklng intoros'
osling
,
family
Umes,
odlon/comody
a nn d c h e c k It o u t a t
LONE
NELY FARMER
& s, camping, fishing, BBOs.[. SWF, 37-53, N/S. lo gol outrt 1and
------SM. 46, hmdid-working, honest, hos
b
iking ouldooray, open-minded,I, enjoy tho summer months, Lono
kids, cooks SF.
SF 36-15, N/S, oasygol-hoartod lady, to - s h a ro ondj Star 0 2 1 7 2 9 2
sincere,), for o jld o or acUvities,
tore life with. Appkiton 0 5 6 3 3 1 0J
■ TH is c o u L D B E r r '■
----------------------possible LTR.
=1. H ansen 0 6 2 8 1 6 5 ®
maHbarley _____________________ V
Outgoing
SWM,
31.
likos
to
go
to
VERY HARD-WORKING
lo tho
'A. 3 8 ,5'g*, athletic build, Plscos.I. movios. Into fishing, football, mu:
:iU3do
TING FORYOUI
SHM,C
WAmi
lau
olectridan, tovos skiing, come-. caro, loves lo maJco people laugh,
•OS hunting, fishing, bar- N/S,. ol
SM. 44. tovos
action, and dram a films. Soekingg ISO SF, 28-35. who toves to cud
uddlo.
bocues. cooW
3king, LooTdng tor SWF, dy.attJ
22- 10, tor friendship, possibleJ .Hollister 0 5 6 1 3 2 8 ® rcolo1973
35-50, who' Is
li activo, fun, likos to BF, 22
73
.
laugh. Holllstc
ster 0 6 0 0 5 4 0
romanc
a nce. Acocjuia 0 5 7 7 8 1 6
LETSG CTTbdETHER
FITTHIS
IS DESCRIPTION?
SM, 35. onjoys outckwrs, wW try
L E T S HAVE FUN
y as n y
S epam tod ma
■nalo, 38. w ants to m eet Handsc
t
idsome, financially socuro WM,I, thing once. Isn't afraid to tako
a nico SW/Hi
/HF, 35<39. tor movies; (ato 20
20s, single father, loves to-play. chancosl Sooking S f - 18-30, for
c
irposconcerts, cud
uddling at homo. Buhl sports.
rts. Sooking woman, under 45,i, dWorolattonshlp. Hoppnor0572.
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GOOD'
DTIMES AHEAD
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itrikena95 ._______________
RELOCOTWO'SOON
SWM. 37, N/S
1/S, tun, easygoing, truck
SWPM, 35, moving to Idaho
ONE QOOD GUY LEFT!
10 tor
drtvor. likes outdoor
ol
ac^HJes. cook. 38, with good job. Ukes exploringJ woric, raised with country lifo, to
tovos
ing, QOing out
lUt or just staying homo,
country, travol, dining, movies,I. to hunt, fish, cook, entortaln. Not
lol big
. Looking for a nteo woman, 18-48,
ing darts, Nascar. Soeking SF,; parllor/drinkor, worics hanj, pl
ploys
N/S, to sharo
iro those Intorosts v^fth.
16, similar Intorosts. 0 5 8 0 4 5 7
hardorl Very spiritual. SeokingJ llkoli
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SWM, 35, CfTR
C
truck driver, 6', SM,, II
19, 5 ' i r , brownW ue. chef,, O S9B 064(^8haw nb0Y
260b3, outgo!
going, lokt-back, enjoys sooks
ks ^SF, 18-22, who onjoys sports,!
•
LOVETOTHYnr
co u n try m u Ifc,
* , horsos, fishing, camp- jet-sklir
ikllng, fishing, camping, out-- Laid-back, open-mlndod SM,I, 53,
lng.SooWngoi
outgoing, open ond hon- doors.
ra. Curry 0 5 8 8 1 7 2 __________ • lovos a long weekend campi
iplng.
.
ost. to chare
ro the fun tlmos In Dfo.
' wori(ingonokljoop3/tnjdc3',cudd!
ddltng
H E R E IA M ■7 - y A . J t k '
PossSjIo LTR. Randolph 0 6 0 3 3 9 1
, .
enjoy*
so / a n know. SHM, 37. Uves. watching good movies o r |u « enj
AKE fT LAST
KS, ploys, trios to ha ra fun, ondj Ing 910 moment with sombcino> es p ^
SBm SWM, 70,
7 S-O-, N /a O W to S ^ i ’,
: da). ISO attocllonalo, happtf 'lady.
ie
3
It
Simple,
sooklng
the
right
SF,
c a n p , fish, one
m dan on d rodoos, #«ek8 5 ^ - "
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1
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ks IHF. 18-24, who nkos to pany, Sooking similar SF for sharing frie
slncoro, urtdoTBtandlng, S eeks
ttondquiet nights a t home.. .ship,
.
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WANTED Big 8 c r«on
T V o ra p p lla n c A s
nowllnfl repair. PleoM
cail 206'30e-2166‘
W ANTED F a rm a il M
th ro u g h s e o M odel
tractor or »lmUlar. Will
look at othor# running
o r In n eod c f ropair.
CaH208-312-3748.*
W A N T B D ’o M m a iT *
J a p an w o , Italian. U 3
m ltan f badges, moda ls-. i n s l g n l a a n d
souvonirs. Call Paul
208-733-1691.*
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cond. Call 733-S7OT.*
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V A N T C O M I n lt u r a
WAI
S c h n a u zsf, purebred. W
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Im
pkauroo,
lights, quilts,
toys, furniture, jow ol-.
ry. In d ian Itom # a n d
^estate*. Can 208-3244^ 72 2 1 « 2 0 6 « M n i . *
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mir
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20ti
uT
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boat motor. Preferably
^
oldor. 60-85 hp. STwrt
^ a ft Can 733-5020.*
sh
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WANTEI
rE D G e n e r a to r
110,for
form otcr hom o.
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208-678 8235.*
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f o r '4 9 G o o) dd o o n d . . n o
caneof.
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ED p o rta b le
baakotbi
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r e oTO BUY-----broko moro, 3 }o
i, old,
J (or b re e d 16 o r moro hands
A Q H A ,A P H A .
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0S93*
TEDTOBUY
sinole axlo travoltraiior
iier for doer hunting only,
nly. R easo n ably
ptfced.
( 208-324d. Call
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leave message*
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stainless stool, 6 oho
Used piano’s
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FleaMsrket
5“
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Corns tTMSure h unt
S 4 W M o d o l 1 9 , 44 '*
' 203-730.7001
atTF Fairgrounds.
Blue 3 5 7 r e v o lv eorr,
WAHfEB' Well
c lllb rok e
S325. B erotta. em ai
older barrel horso
hon (or
22 automalk; stainlosi
b eginner ridor.
New dealers wanted
ior. Nood
s t o o l . $ 2 2 0 . C Qll
al
im m o d la to
lv . C o ll
Call 312-4900
Jly.
208-308-1698.*
—
Evorything from
208-539-7080.*
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monL golf dubs, cribs,
lbs. or larger, e
wood stove, table, kits
lent condllTon, S
andtotsofm lsc.
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IBUYAKTLERS
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baftertos & tiros,
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condition. Can I
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6
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worthvite haM. 733-0031 ’
TWIN FALLS Moving
a a le l Upright freezer,
13 c u b ic fi. W h iteW estinghouse, d e an ,
w o rtu W . 1I; u l y w
rarodlner 4 queen size
siS im m o n s s o f a bod,
both dort« green: black,
Jf
high back oflk» chair,
'''<
arm s, adjust7rollers,
.
LANOen '04 Max
OUTLAf
(o u rr w
wfhee le r. 2 p a ts e n ggee r.
r $5,300. Uke
'.206-490-1022.*
new . 2C
S U Z UUKI
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sticker 1
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alier. Now
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} M e rc u ry
om o s with
<dnguisher,
I, skis ond
tilng p o le
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h o l d e r s . Ba
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720-6359.
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>9290.*
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th e Service
s u z uJK
k iI '0 3 RM 125.
n y e x t r a s , e x c . r a u p g r i « hc
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rcoai grey,
fits a n ’66. Bluo
Bl
7 3 3 -0 9 3 1
Dholl
JKI ’09 BoulflvanJ
(«s '94. Call 436-5797.*
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208-431-6484,
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734-2866.*
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ro m y i l i n
o rtb ed . InGardens 4 Lawns
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h
irgor 70'a Kawasotalnor •
Custom Rroplacos
itinfl. drvwoil &
* r o ^ r . Retail
ith tilt o u t
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Cgd206-2800929.
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irpaUos.
Chimney Ropair I
C I a s s ( / I c £ ls / T h ey
I Okie glass
enco repair.
Compost
Soil
AkJ
a
idowwflahlnn
Froo Estimalo!
wtnt1<r
AH A ’9 7 S e c o 2 .
windows. WVhite,
h
w otkareinr
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exc.
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u)i
• -JohrxF.
8 0 0 cc.
c c., good condi.
condition', $1,(
2 -* ^*
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1,000. Call
Magic Vonay area.
H fijb u m ’
lio n .• $1
prteai:
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6 7 .'
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208-726-5257
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per, 8.5 ft.,
G rirzlycam pe
* CU C a llu a to d a y
ND YM AN
MOWJNC
g S "
«500 nmi.
top cond. $65
733-0931 e x t 2
fiiS ii
piumbim
fter 6pm.*
423-5505 aftei
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C arr's Painting I SAND AND
800-858-3883
6x12
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Inlerior/Exterior 3
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5
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norai repairs.
Lawn care
ARCTIC CAT '9 8 (2)
-S H
25 years oxperienco.
24 yrs
o
rs oxporlonco.
Senior Discoun
»un is.
Husband 4 WHO
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TRUCKING
ont, m ust sell duo to
tm *738-2841*
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se
na v■are vr w ^ o d , now
Jack and Lena.
ARCTIC FOX’S
C’9424,5N
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208-73M 178 <
WlBhaul gravol,
oo
injury.
S 5000/olfer.
o a inn tt, n e w s e a ts ,
Call 2 0 » 7 3 5 -0 2 2 r
5^
wheel
w/s
v/sikkK)ut.
sand,ondrock.
In)
404-1788of4044481.*
•
A rD T B L U rl
/r e a r tire. $5000.
tn io 4 s e a so ans
n ! coach,
^ .
Call 404-8269
^
Z r g l a s s sid
PARLEY '8 7 Soft tall
CallI208-26»043e2&
lido walls,
rP A B V T J W O
Butch o r Julie.*
j JJJ]
blng.
oloctrical,
LAW
N
CAJ
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c u s to m . 1 of 5 0 .
A C ,o w n l nn(g .N o w
dmln
r cleaning,
nH
lino
m
:all f-888$ 9 . 9 9 5 /o f f e r . C all
$15,995. Coll
Affordabto P ain tin g
noral repairs.
VA
gonor
iir.*
208-308-5748*
343-6203. dir.'
• Inlorior and Exterior
9 r ^ J R A G E I ll
ro exporionco.
2 4yroe
• Fences or Docks
n c ta a s A
BOUNDER *91
1ARLEY DAVIDSON
w S
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*NoJob
jobtoo small*
18 years oxperiencoB
Magic Valley
^ e n g ln o 8 0 ’ s h o v e l
0 .3 1 K , 2 .
H H
im e 738-2841*
WIillami
Senior Discounts
rp camera.
complete $950. Also V
^
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• Storage
r-'
CallRMttdf
9 4 moro.
twin engine ropair HO
HAW]
IV D H IIA W I
:t
Btoit
3spdA
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P
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c
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d
t
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r
only. Call 736-1575.*
(Bflhlnd Shik) Inn)
ail 1-888S ia ,9 8 5 . Call
W O RK
Dopondoblo
20a-736-0053*
_1 O N D A '0 0 X R 8 5 0
beglnni
Inning rider. Exc.
343-6203 dir'
Hr.'
T°
lP A I!fT m O &=t
Insured
= j HO
now (rent tire, chain.
c o nId.,
d ., $1200 firm.
^
ai hhome ropolrs.
Coroy Uennaj
General
1206-736-9326.*
i» R D IN A L 01
'01 LX 3V
s p r o c k e ts , R e n th a l
C aII20i
ZSL,
O RYW ALL
srior/oxtorior,
inlsric
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ail alumlstK w hool, ai
b a r s . S 3 ,1 9 5 . C ali
nbing, palming,
3 0 S ^ 2 1 /4 2 3 -6 J
plumbic
t r u c t lo n ,
208-679-5486.*
YAMAHi
ilS S ld
LUPHER
l\HA '0 4 YZ450
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CLEANINQ
§0°
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-- .-i---------4tfryv«
iks,
sh a p e-4 hardly
h e o to d tanks su p o r
PAINTING, INC.
< O N O A '0 0 X R 6 0 .
o « . «hi
carpontr
««yoxforton<a
L A W N CAJ
3.
d. $ 6,200/of(or.
slide, very ig.irear bay
Pointing. Remodeling.;•
Tllo 4 Grout doaning
Hriddon
O
vory little, great
• e ee
F rM
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w ln d o w s .rro
c of AC,
Toxturing 4 Drywall!;
Rosidenliai 4
rid'
conditton.
S1000. Call
Call 208-736-4411.*
208
208-735-6170*
^
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b e r g la s s
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coi
fn iirh
FrooostlmatosI
Christopher.
208-686- YAMAHA
“ Creative Tou
,
roucn
c^jii
A
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-05
B
lastsr
exterior $18,7
8,750. Call
Lfcerwtd and Insured
Ch
2934or206-«2(«828.*
vrtth
mm
mmp
4
tots
more.
1.8S8-346-66'
» 4 4 . dir.* _____
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Yard Care
(20a) 324-3476 o r _
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Action Homo Ropairs
29:
aTRU C nO N '
Mowing, trlmmir
nming.
(206) 727-1287 cell*r - — 20^420-1958.— - f<O
CONST.
p j N DA '0 2 r.R iO i; — SagQO.C
5 ^ ^ ^ : - c ^ ^ S A i r I i'04 Spirit
shaping. Rain
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gutter
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of A m o r ic a 2 8 ' S th
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luper slidoDRY » S O N S
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s 4 times.
^
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1 ries indudod. S3000.
B LnLD H rG S
886-7418or3084135.*
Jo b sIn to rio r&
_ C h o c k t h lIss o u t a t
'
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)F 0 A M 7 S 1 9 (t.
$1 9 ,9 9 5 . Call
lARE
)rior. Covering.
LAW N CAJ
1-868^ONDA '0 2 XR 400. '^ ^ “ built
bull 350 inboard ' 343-6203 dlall
ir '
HOI
llr.*
lagk: Valley,
Idaho Steelcraft
Purchased now, askoutboan motor. Trail^
•
I C assia aroa.
Jo*a Ortiz
A+JIm'aTreo
Pu 53,500, Please call o r S Soard
^
Rosidontiol. Fami. ^
ing
duu cd e d . $2,500 or C O A C H M IEE N ' 9 8
J-732-6818* •
Oardon Servic
Service
‘"0
Commordal Shopo.
208-731.5723.*
i0 S 0 l3 8 '
offer. 326-4777.*
S a n t o r o d ie
I
Planting, groui
I^round
Garago. Homo aronas
’• •
Topping, shaping.
2»
m o .3 0 0
I
covor, traotrimm
CAWASAKI *83 LTD
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^
removal, shnjbs 4
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100.
boat.9,S
up.Wlll
. i .888-29WX>66 “
stumps. Spraying
,,f
t, Beautiful, sporiy,
. Iji^, slide
(uni S2.250/of(or. Call
to r wilh
Oood prict
lortllizor.iaWn
REERJ A Z R S
Froooalimato;
208-731-7750,
James*
h r s . Lo
J
aerating 4 thatching,
on,
now cond.
iH om eR epdre
. ,
2 0 3 -6 7 8 ^7 6
—
S 79.500. Call
an 1-888CAWASAKI •98KX250.
R E c r c L n v Gr i
r
208-431-32S3* I
:ir.*
3 4 8 - e W .d It.'
now top ond. now rear
» o 2 !d ^ i^ ,
L A W N C 'ARE
AI
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shared
----tir e , s tic k e r kit, pro H O U SE
i
inting, trash
l
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s
h
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a
k
e
circuit
silencer,
sand
o
w
n
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removal
mowing I
I.
T R E E
W K M ^M
pelS
a d d le . P u r c h a s e d
P ow Dii.
ell.'4 bdmi.. week.
tw h a ty o u c a n i
trimming, sprir
id June,
$11,950,
in mid
J
S E R V IC E
;now
; . B ost c a re d for
S
.
w eeks avail. Ceil
Bm U B I
use d bike you will ever ' More• we
'
's r s s s ;
a4Q D o!08-420KX)81.*
EN CO RE'84
f i n d . $ 2 3 0 0 . C a il
BIII208R a y 's Tree
Mr
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208-312-4552.*
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oJ
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K SH orotol
B MS®
21 II. 302
' j S ’ g X X)' miles.
IJ
. Service
R O aW V a
^7385*
61TTR
CAWASAKI
■02KX125,
» n d a io n
U
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k AV
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good
cond..
kjw
miles,
.S
1
2
.5
0
a
■ydouti
Topping. Shmbo,
fv>
niuatIM
sol..... 731.9424."
ROOFJNO - 1
Blot
$7,500.
■
S a le pr)ce, $7
Stumps. Rrowood
njo of extm s, 52.500
K S E '.
tA W W C A J
/offer.
206-737-4665* OUTBO/I
lOARD MOTOR
208-732-07
J714.*
ln»urod7736-2S71* I
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K
pricod.
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kit
value
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C moto
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Shane
$ 1 ,5 0 0 . P r o c lr c u lt
in o B lak e ty
yorddeonHjp.
a t. H y d ro u ilc o
4 « 0 , 4 2 K: nm l l o s ,
Commordal. “
404
pipe, $4,800. Suzuki
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14.995.
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conditl
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loaded. $15,000.
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2
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4
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7.3 liter, diosol.5-spd.
5-8
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b a t t o r y . $ 1 2,5
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ditlon, $7,000/off<
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dir. .
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roody. 94K. $20,5
0.500.
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189.*
noarly -------------------------$33,988.. Save
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manuro (ruck w/R
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J-5435633 or 206-31 &06:
0624.*
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5898.*
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or 733-0021
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, fo o t’M a rq u o t o p u d
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by. must aalil
novilto S8C I, lu
suip e rNew boby,
Call 206-35
>-352-1008 or
c h a r g e , l o odde d ,
20K99-30S
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oday.
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ell*. I d lh o Sunday, M arch 2 7 .20(
2005
3U C '00 Yukon XL all
loodod. o x c.
° oloalhor.
a
c ond.. S21.000/offor.
Coll 208-645-2663.*
N IS S A N *93 p ic k u p 3QM
jj;C '04 Donall 25K .
4x4, low mllos. m ust
.x , now, $37,995. Call
llko
8 0 0 to a p p r o c lo la . . 733-2323
rx
or 733-7051.*
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boxloraF-SSO.WMio,
o x c . c o n d .. S I . 500.
Call 208*726-5267.‘
SUZU
'9 7 T roopor 5
to Y O T A -87 4X4. 8ii: is
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sp
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vor, now llros. R uns
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S8,995.
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4 whool drtvo. AC. CD
220(8 -8 7 8 -9 3 6 2 o r
ployor, bodllnor. cloon.
;
208-87
8 -5 6 1 1 *
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o n /y /S 1 4 .5 0 0 . Cnll **“
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2 0 8 ^ 8 7 .2 2 0 0 .'
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ii£
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4WD, liborglass sholl. lE EP '8 3 C J7 Larodo
fuol injoctod 360, V8 ,
28K, llko now.S24,000.
hard top, 4:56 Qooro,
576^)242 Hnlloy. ID.’
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I k iH il
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I r o n t s p r in g s rig h t
b lo c k s GM stro lg h t
n x t o S l S O .T I R E S
3 S x '1 2 .5 0 /1 5 W ild
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S9500,208-312-1991.*
SSS
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T Ee Pl '9 2 w ro n g lo r,
4x4. 6 cylindor, hardf 5 sp o o d . 1 4 1 K,
top.
Good condition w tth
oxcollont lJros.S4.400,
Call 208-734-6785.*
^
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C h o ro k o o L o ro d o ,
p*’,
loadod.
loalhor. W as
S7.995 now S5.995,
GOODB
M OTORS
208-878-9362
or
40004-0 3 0 0 X 4 x 4 .
20
220 8 -8 7 8 -5 6 1 1 *
loaded, sunrool.'loainor.S298SO.
E E P '9 8 C h o r o k o o
4WD. AT, cfiilso. PL,
AC.CD,124K.SC,0OO.
Call
S7B -m * or 800-574.124B
Call 208-539-2742*.
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maimers ™
notaconceri!s o n
> lto f
.T h e
at 20 months
had
'
Q: O u r 2 0 -m o n th -o !d Iesoh e
h a s d e velop ed a b a d h a b it c
od
spUtIng o u l b ile s o f food.fo
Th
his
first tim e II h a p p e n e d , I1ha
se t a c u p o n h is tra y w ^ nk
e h. 1
It c
w as still ch cv d n g a b ite
o rs e
food. H e rc m o v i^ th e foo
from h is m o u th , s e t It o nhc'U
hJ
tray, a n d th e n to o k a d riniiUe,
k,
th o u g h t n o th in g o f It, b u t it
g o tte n pro g re ssiv e ly w ors
he
sincc th e n . S o m etim es 1he*
bf(e
'c h e w a b ite o ffo o d fo ra w iilii
lakes it o u t o f his m o u th ,^ pvs
Il o n h is (ray, a n d lak es a bit
o f s o m e th in g else. TTien h
im
p u ts ( h e h a lf-c h e w e d hbf(
back in ills m o u th a n d begin
chew ing c n it again. I f l c a td
him b efo re h e sp its o u t a b in
but
I ca n so m e tim e s c o ach liin
Into ch ew in g a n d sw allow bij
Wc hav e trie d o n ly giving hta
o n e b ile a t a tim e o n cc ih<
p rio r b ite Is sw allow ed, bu
th is Is fh istra tin g fo r all o f lu
toils
W hat c a n w c d o to le a c h hln
to ca t property?
here
A: lik e so m an y o f today'
parents, you tcntf lo pay si
's a
m uch a tte n tio n to th e detail
of your son's behavior th at yoi
arc u n a b le lo see ih at when
an y given b eh av io r Is con
ce rn e d , th e re is alw ays ;
• bigger picture.
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o p 1 0 re a s o n s to I1^^ a v e
W
h y
J o h n n y w o n ’t
J'J Debate arisessover
(
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gender, leamir
WM’
insu^aieososlltcra^
'.East 86tk Street, S ulu 26B, In-
p e ts h o m e — -
10. Acco
cco m m od o tlo ft* . RcscJ th o (Ino pdni
rin t
c a n Includo air b a g s , umnre
re^trained p e ts
on how you
you a re traveling and th e p lac e to
Never
g e t betw een a Some he
TWIN F A L L S-N
e
c h o te ls allow 1)015 t u t th e dlsclQlrrn
Im er . b ecom ing proJcctllcs hurti
3u trtjvel.
M osquitoes c a n carry
urting th em se lv es
' w hich you
ti
mule and his molassc
Isthopc
3 p e l m u st r» l b o left o lono in th es
a n d p otentially o th e rs, goi
g e ttin g hit by a c a r
heartw om
im i. p o ison ivy on your p e t's c o a t •
Ron Ward knowss that
ih bccause h c s a
fpom.I, TW
TTi s co r\ m ak o going o u t for d lnnn e r
o n d in s e c ts o r d e bris flyin
Tying into th o e y e s
-c a n g e toonntito you. skunks, sn a k e b ite . Pol­
pcl-sillor. a n d pct-sltl
sitters lea m s o m e a a t)
th e m e p s irw tth ttie H cts Im p ossl
sslr - . a rx l'e o rs o f p e ts w h o so0 h e a d s a re hang ’ s o h l ^ aa n d 'ia r d ia aro ju st 0 few o f t^ e
well, let's call them,su
survival stniKfgics. ' bio.Chei
: h c c k In otfvanco a n d d o n 't try o nKl
d
in g o u t th e wfndow.'All pei
p e ts 'sh o u ld b o
m an y h ozan
u a n f e in sto re fo rth e u n p re p a re d
“I v m taking care
IC oi f this m ule, an d
jneak tn
iponc ra te d o r re strained In a h a rn e s s w hile ridk ttie m in. R em em ber, you o ro rcspc
Dior.
p e t traveler.
the m ule liked molas:
lasses p o u red o n his
sit,io forfo r oily do m ag o yo ur p e t m ay c a uISO..
Ing In a vehlcio.
sc
.3 . L o u h «e s oi n d low s. All s ta te s hove low s
hay,” Ward said. “But
3ut I ra n o ut o f m o- 9 pjjno
tn«1 tiipa. Chcck in o ih a n c o for alrlln
regarding
■lino
7 . Idontfflcatton. Trying to find
I your (o st p e t
g yyoo ur p e ls and you a rc re sp o n sliracr ca m c hom e,
l a s ^ before the oow
ro m c n ts a n d conditions for p e ts tra^
ravin a stra n g e d ty will ruinn your
y vacation.
ble for oi b ^ n g ail of them . Every s ta te h a ss
ilhha n p y o to u H l.
and the m ule wasn't
w ith you. P e ts will b o required to
P e ts lo st oway fiom th eir
fir ht om e a io a t
le asW awrtss th
t a t a re tlcl^elabie o ffen se s,
. Ward, a 75-year-(
ir-old retire d tele* hovoat/
g re a te r risk b e c a u s e thley
ey itruly a re lo st.
a trav el c ra te ond rec e n t h e alth c«ef-r
u r p e ts o n a leash a n d o bey th e
K eep your
vorker, a n d his wife
, phone company wor
S trang e sig h ts a n d so u m
n dds: diso rient your
to from yourvetcfin aifan . Bo w amled.
eo
law o r k ceep
e p th em a t home.
o rn icrbanker. know
g|, > a irlin e s will not a cc c p t p o ts a s can
Bcv,a73-ycar-oldfon
a rg o
p e t. c a u sin g it to a c t In wa
[B nclos o n d v o toriniulans. K now ingB
w ays th o t p u t it o t . 2 . Em eiSBnc
cats, birds,
the ecccnlridties of dogs,
i
g re a te r risk of being killed,
rta in tim e s o f ih o year. Even w ith a
led, hurt o r picked
pot first aaid
id Is im portant to your p e t survivreptiles, guinea pigs
i d lo ts o f other
gs an
u p by stran g e rs.
v a tlo n , Qltllnes c a n refu se iro n sp oartrt
Jdicai
ing 0 m ed
ia em ergency. However, your
critters. T h at’s css
cssem lal. b cc ause
“
6 . B ohsvlor. Well train ed1 aanr d so cialised
3ur p o t if conditions a re h o t sa fe .
p et couldd re
req u ite hospitaiiratlon for a perithey're working exdui
te l.d y o n O ,c p c ti
p e ls te n d to stay o u t o f hhearm 's way. But.
J h o ld s o fo not h e a le d , co oled or
o d longer
:r
th a n youf planned stay. Trying to
lurf.
th e s tr e s s e s of travelingg ac a n te s t ev en th e
d p ro o f. (Bew are o f m edicating yourir
find o n epm
m ccrgency anim al facility while
;
c b c fo rc lm lc a lc b
"Igovisitiheliomnel
ilg h a ltitu d e s c an have a n amplifying
in g
b e st-train ed an d well s oKdialiic
a d pcL
, dealing with
w ilh yo ur hurt an d injured p o t is
likes m e .-n o n said.
to see If ihc animal1lik
t o n 'k itty dow ners.’
S . F ood a n d w sto r. Drinking
I
king local w ater
an oth er ^to^tu^nyou^racation.
way
e lim
"1 ^vas bitten tlirce
ti es in 33 years
fo
r
wtillo
traveling
a
n
d
c
h
a
n
g
e
sd trips. N um erous d a n g e rs ex ist; fc
n
g
es
In
d
iet
c
a
n
1
.
T
t»
sttta
r
wtl» tlie phone comj
“ >.
do.
c a u s e sto m ac h u p set omn d diarrh ea.
p e ts Insldo a n d o u tsld o yo ur vehlck
th o TV for
o r y o ur p o t.
I
afraid to say na"
4 . D an g e rs, d i s e o u s a nvdi illn
i: e u . This
I r s t o n e t h a t c o m cs to m ind Is th e
Soufco; TJiom S orrjcs,i, I
b e e n pet-sitTlie Wards, whoI have
Ik
rs
ra n g e s from allergies to) tick
tic s, d epending
e r o f h e a t stroko, b y t o th e r d a n g ej rs
Pel Sifters Infm ailonolll I
p a n o f a boom let in
tlngsince 1997,arcpa
lo John
at-hom e pct_care. According
At
aidinatclephoneintcrvie^v,‘'b
b
l
ut
“Kennels
can
be
unpli
ip
le
o
s
o
n
i,''
B
e
c
k
e
r
W
tie
n
Bi
n
Bccker
Ls
out of town, o n e of
lions m a n a g e r for Longsaid
LOHR puoUc rclallo:
lie
ig fast"
said in a telephone intc
n tc r v ie ;v f r o m l i is h i s d o g;ss ssloys wlUi a friend a n d llic
jed Pet Slticrs Inter- . growing
E
North CaroUhA-based
ced
h o m e n e a r Bonners
s FIe rry . “T l i c y ’r c o U ie r sta
y : home, visiilti a coupic of
lays
mlzation has 7 ,1 7 5
.T lia is bbccause pci-sltting fills a ncc
national, his organiz
c n ni c ls a n d boarding servlcc
CCS
noisy and crowded, and
n d p e ts o r e k c p tin
U m c s a 1 day
d a by a pct-sltter w ho feeds,
worldividc. an d a that ke
aHiiialcd members5 w
iccording
to
Marty
B
c
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r
,
a
foi
ford
o
s
e
proximity
to
oilit
iilic
r
a
n
im
a
l
s
.
It’s
w
a
te
r
u
n
d
i
nd
p
l
a
^
witli
him.
between
1,200
an
d
dont.
a
c
a
smaller group has be
ds
m cr 1 \vini
iwa
n ot a placc Uiat n person
w n w o u ld w a n tio
“T h a t’
t ’ss iiIm portant for a lot o f breeds
/in Foils veterinarian who's now
stay, and pets fed Uicssai
a m e w a y."
ally syndicated p et columnist.I.
ializcd occupailon,’ nationally
■“It’s a fairly spcdali
Please see PETS, Page E5
dilfercnt taste s a n d com b in a­
tion o f lastcs. At th e a ge o qf q2CJ
m onths, he's discovcrtag how
to m ake t h e sim ple, n cccssat)
act o f e a tin g som eth in g noi
ju st enjoyable, b u t a d v en tu r­
ous. He's discovering th a t food
Is a "m any-splendorcd thing."
How w onderful!
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This Is n o big deal, b u t hbee
assured th a t if you m ake a big
deal o f II, if you focus a lot ol
atte n d o n o n this issue. If you
in g
try lo m icro m an ag e h o w he
cats (you have already s tanthe
ed
jgle
Tha Waahlngton Po«t
dow n th is road. In fact), then
cad
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;.
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w h at is n o w h a rm le ss play
act
JorHynnHonmahcouli
Duldn'i g c r .
m ay tu m Into s o m eth in g very
he
h e r young son lo read m u c h .
serious. Food m ay b eco m e the
I-, a
unlilsh efo u n d ab o o kctli
tliat \vasfo c d p o in t o f a pow er struggle
f n
n't her cup o f tea but de
dellnltcly
betw een y ou a n d h im . Instead
w as his: 'I h e Day My Bu
ButtW cnl
J
o f regarding food a n d th e act
o f e ating os a n adventure, he
ShoronG rovcrhadadi
a dilTcrcnt
^M \
m ay bec o m e a picky eater, a
problem: Her son loved
/cd books
food n e u ro tic in s te a d o jjgj,
f a
early In elementary scht
blit
gourm and.
mysteriously lost Intci
iteresi a t
' As a very popu lar song from
ab o u t third grade, dcc
declaring:
■the '60s p o In tM out. there is a
“My m other is a llbrarini
ria n .b u il
Ume for everything (and a seaha te to read .' He did.-hc
,'however.
, son to every p u rp o se u n d e r
pleasure
Kavh Q run, 1 0 ; Bleft^
tli and M l t e t h e r tU u l, 0 , read
id a tV I r ^ 'iA r lln f sta rt reading again forr pi
. heaven). B e l i ^ mc, this is not
— inhiaZoi
Entidns b«iri to read - and to
t o k 9sp re ailio g -to
' .
ton Central Ubrar»!.B
the tim e lo b e corrccting your
E niidng boys to n a d '
I »bmetlmM'fl«rce debate aboutrts h lim d tlw lr ,
“ *1,7 “S '*
son's table m anners. Left alone
Md both b iu e s are rec
■ecdlvthg attention os
n w U im d ic ltn ^ <tbllltlw,
r tl
(and I m e a n com pletely alone),
o f the sometimes'flcrce I
^ win probab ly ru n Its coursc
jrenUy.
- ' •
lllilM tm tocul hni how
hi boys and ^ ' l e a m dirfen
^
ab o u t ^
a nd their m aam a n ii
ie f o r e h is third birthday, by
«Hpnr«\ abilities, ond1 both
bl
OUier Fairly Stupid
isth a t the conccmoycrboyslscxove
' M an a n d Ol
.v4ildi d m e h e will be trying to
su e s aro rcccivlnR
o f Uic Web
JS n o w
a g g e ra ttd a n d thaat tb
boys en d up -Ihlcs,'* an d founder
fc
im itate y o u r behavior a t the
attentiD naspducatorsIo
ifc c m o n
dalngiiutlInc.hoIdJ
oldlng top jobs. a ltc www.guy
iiysrcad,com. w hich
table. If it h asn 't n in its course
h o w boya an d girls leam
im d llfcraiid M ine paid
i l ^ i c r a v m g c i s aim ed at hhclplnginlcreslboys
e
by then, begin gently cotiectlog
'
. salaries tu rn womi
>mcn. Others, ■,lnit:a(Ung.*‘\
" m V o b een testing
him. In th e m eanam c, if you
“ - S i contrbvoBy abou
H)iit ra n - ,' however, havo said
b
for th e h s t 25
Idboysfiicoail
r^Uds In A m crica
cr
just can't stan d w atching him
o f . d e r a n d learning, was
13,stoked
unprecedented,lite
Utcra ry crisis y ea reandfini
Inding o u t O ut boys
chew a n d rem ovc ond icidoce
a n ew w hen Harvard Uni
iW verslty
th ^ U m lts their opportunities,
opi
tforsc th a n g tt^ " he
• are doing vro
a n d c h e w a n d tem,ove o n d so
President Lany; Summt
imcrs r e - ' c^lrw studlcs ahowi
3w fcg th a t th e saId.“B utw•e
ei d o n 'td o c n o u ^ to
•
on, then feed h im sepoiatcty,
tlly ccMlyiiUBUpnJ.lBWj'ta
f’i n t r l n ^ . gap w iw ecn thoysxerir .g ». rin ttn g ' - ^hU lgC ih aL "
abilities in m ath andI sd
n ence.
away fro m th e table—o tit Stir
of
hnrV to Uie 19thcentury,-;
cei
lia t should be done.
has;
Ecactlywhi
■ T h e n first lady Laura
8l^ t,o u to f m ln d .
u a B ush ' incroasedhuukedlK
Uf.'
licrwevcr, iss un d eo r, b ec au se '
^
spoke about b e r now^cffort
cf
to '=" “Part of it la blol
Dlologlcol- a n d
Is n o oconsensus o n how
In-- • h elp boy% w ho she ^sa
John R o ^ o n d Is a fiimUy
'.A aca. p a r t.o f it Is sodoli
iiolo 9 caL:lMit. In iu ch geneti
psychohg^t Questloris ofm■Of
nr • fnHlngrinngr^MlyhpMTi
^ i d gills
boys , oro definite]
i t e ^ ddftlng' a n d c u ltu r c a
QU. '
^
erm inurm tm aybesehttonlm ■
y ’’ , ' •
dovm." said Joh $rfp<7lrq,
SC
*56 w R ^ , P age E 2
S o m e. educators vhavi
at Affirmative Parenting, lOZOt
lavo sid d . th o r o f t h o ^ _ e 5Stinky
di
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By ste v o Cnrnip
— Timo»-New» wrttar—
“h
.
This ag e child is pro n e to cx
p c rim e n tih g w ilh m e 's lu f r o.*
the world, a n d w h at y o u or<
describing is simply o n e suci
cxncrim ent. To you, y o u r son'j
-A s
behavior a p p e a rs o tld (alarm
Ing?) o n ly Dccausc y o u can"
rem em b e r w h a t th e w orld ‘°I’*
wa;
like w h e n you w ere his age.hA:
cs
a c o n sequen ce o f y o u r owr
inoam nesia, y o u a re concemthec
at
that y o u r so n m a y b e develop'
'cry,
ing a “b od hoblt" w h e n ows
he‘{
bod
sim ply engag ed in a very InnO'
cent a n d playful pro ccss lhai
fhal
Involves cunoslty, discovery
he
an d creativity. T he food grow;
y to
his body; playing w ith his food
rcgrows h ls Drain!
By
Your s o n w o n d e rs whai
h a p p e n s lo fo o d w h e n an
hechcw i it, a n d th e only w ayvith
tc
[naa n s w r th e question Is to re­
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move It from his m o u th . f B>
chew ing o n e thing, th e n lo
a ny,­
jary
other, he's play in g with
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Ron and Bev
\ ard, p e t-s ltte ra , with Katis, om
one ofthelr dlenta.
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pring cleani
ling: Your
onrderofseasi
son’s clioresS
Sp
> ta l’I l m c : 3 3 / 4 h o u r s
rr o o ^ Start liigli an d d u s t ccUc(
iiIngs, vents, door fram e toj
tops.
c
pictures.
Dast lam pshades1 and
a
sheets
! ts a n d p i ll o w c a s e s . L a t e r light
II
Use
bulbs w ith b ru sh , li
w o sh
u w e l s a n d b a U ir o o r ii r u g s doU
ll to
c
iture.
is for lamps and fum itu
sepamt
im tc iy . rRemove, dust a n d replacec all
3 0I m
m in u t e s :
oo b j c ^ wipe down flat surfac
accs.
'tcbai — D u s t u s i n g d u s t e r / V
\ ac u u m 'b cliin d n ightslan
ands
microfi
r o f lb e r . c lo U is a n d s a b l c ' ’' aotiditihdeV bed; p ut o n d:lcan
c
i h ( c a b i n e ts , f r i d g e l o p , Iblchs.’
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b ru sh
uiun
Remove irasli. V acut
vents,
s , kk n lc k k n a c k s ) . W a s h d i s h - baseboards
b
own.
an d w ipe dou
cs. CQl e a n a p p l i a n c e s , w i p e
and
Vacuum
ai
d o wnn c o u n t e r s . R c _ .
^
dam p -m o p wvood
o
niovc
B Itrash, rinse f • uum
',
floors.
V acut
o ut (nu
ira a h c a a D u sl
-Mmgs.
a n d vw ipe dow n g
§ a7.. . , , •
2 0 m//Hrfcs.’
l ^ a s c;boards.
bo
Vacu- V _ y £ /
0 •
Hallways aain d
im iamn td m op floor.
, ' ^ •. .
stairs — Qiican
e
Rinseeaan d d ty sln k . .
-fro m top lo b onom all ven
ents,
Otcc
p
« d t ont taHrtd»y:,Mdvc from . :,:, d o o r &aint», light iswilchcs,,picler, to .dryer/.start■second-■;«
■ ;tui«, fum lm re. etc. Vacuu
uum
stair carpctlng, use d a m p diJoth
e
'minutes:
f,for wood railing an d flooring
igBalh
ithrooms — (25 m inutes
6 0 m /nufct
room
)
Spray
d
e
a
n
e
r
on
p c r roi
Living and dinlng-rwmus —
show>vr
er t i l c / ^ ^ surround, fix- (30 minutes pcr room) Q c aunio U
9 aa n d tub. Let s i t Spray, surfaces
3,
from cclling dow
)wnyi ard. Remove all objects fro
foU «I ccxtcrion p u t d e a n e r in w
[mm
LS
Start high a n d dust cell- fum
f, lm re, dust dicm , d e a n st
surU
^
t
fixtiucs.
vents,
tops
of
|n g ,,ll^
faces and rcplacc. FoUt
illow
s. 'Q caniwolls, doors an d bedroom
^
proccaures for lom]
mps,
6w Itc hcs.aeanm lrT orand ' pictures,
n
etc.
ty, polish sink; fixtures,
Vacuum fum lture w ith atte
ctena c a nnsshower
l
sim ound a n d lUc, Uon
^
10 nct 'hair^ get vacuu
uum
r e « siscd
s o soap dish a n d tub.
hti oseuhacm caU i fun iitu rc aj
and
m ove t i ^ w ash tile base- cabinctiy.
^
Fluff u p h o lste
.
tery.
d s, vacuum fioor, th e n Em
£ pty trash. D ust bascboar
lanb
. VAuh. rinse a n d d ^ sink. ag.n u vacuum floor tow ard t
I Uie
cnishtowcls.
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minutes:
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a i ABBY: 1 love th e occasioni^) “how
“
we m et" stories In
column, a n d would like to
. yourco
' shorcI m
n ine. "Blake’ Uved in die
:m ent below m c during
apartm
collcgc.
gc. His room m ates and
m ine w ould often get together
casuallj
illy. O ne n lf*t; after work.
BlakeIaj
announced diat he had to
pick up his sister from th e olr'W ould anyone like to ride
p o r t'V
alongl^and keep m e awake?' he
asked.
id nothing better to do, so
I had
inteercd. D uring the drive,
Ivolunt
Blake pi
pulled out a two-carat di*
am ond
id lin g an d said,‘ I know I
knTO ytiuvctyw cll.bul...don’tkn
IS grinning from c ar to car.
He WOS:
a n d I 1w as hugging th e door
le wondering, "Is dils guy
handle
for real?
al?" W hen h e saw m y reaction, he
lu started lau^iing and
gizcd. The ring belonged
apologt
to Jiisi si
sister. She vras rcnaniing
from he
her honiTm oon an d had
asked:hi
him to keep it so It would-
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tort
. 9 Eng. Instruct
ruction
letters
10 Evororoontn
tn treo
11SkiiiluJ docol
>c©lt
12 Watery swoll
welling
13 Rev«tU
14 Slnrts
IS Abrogato
IQ MaQruiie's'#
purview
17 Siddylock*.
of color
18 Indermite pe(
periods
.21 Arduousjour
lourrwya
24 OuntUnoorB
DfBoatty
31 OollerEinlo
nto
32 Actrws S«v
iotvfno
33 Pigfoltowof
34 Owner's pap
paper
35 CaJeodombt
S You*
36 •_Love#yo
37_nnlsh nret _
38 Tijuana snoo
noblo
41 Ukooimsfo
erot
puppies
42 Tropical blad
jtaCkUrd
.YOB
43 PcrtotMYOl
44 Jamaican
manjoana
45 EndolADwlL
Bwllch?
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47 Austen ond
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46 Fine's pannei
40 {}flityond
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yet are better at absorbing
form ational
texts.
Tl
findinRs arc from U Htc:
ite ra te
study done in 2002 . "Rcai
“ il™ '*
D ont Fbc N o Chcvys," y
M lchacl W. Sm ldi. a Ten
University professor, a n d Jpl
D.WiUielm.Dolsc State UniverUni
slty
English
cd ujcation
ca
profi»5or.
lat boys
are b om witli smaUer langi
s—and
ccnters in th e ir b rains—
larger spatial cc n tc rs—t
girb and tliat boys d ev e lo
opp ,Ion< guage abllldes at a slower t
though eventually tht 7 - aS
up. .
Girls generally Icam to
r
to read
and understand languagees(^nsa
cr than boys, w h i ^ help: to
explain why early
irly rem edial
ro m ost often
tcading dasses
d w
p opulated
’ ith boys,
le a d e r s say.
new pusli to
lo have chilkey
skills
d ren
Icam
ke
in
!■ kindert grade,
for
1
boys,
ins'ancc-worics sgoinsl
ag:
ly,
some educators say.
I against th c
how
b r S l i S c f f i iihowlng
S
jiris develop,'
a school psy» -a u U io r o r
< *ologbt and co-i
:R alslngCoa-Oliij^W UBcGlrtiEi
C ourageoua
D aughten.,e„ d ,c rs'8 arc n o t
n g with chilschooled in dealing
dren’s blolo^ca] ddifrerencts,
la n y teachers
cant Other,
For a full ------------------------llsi
snlts, p e t care lr
‘
n io n . 50 percent
is s t
, ■- .
-OxidMcmlng
„
o o r v c v tf -
/„
list o f survey rcInform ation or a
dcr/Tribunc :e
Net
i2ih S t NE STE
in AAHA hospital,
irs
can
v^t
'
ton, DC20005.
y p c t.c o m o r call .
01.
,
i' •
rin Bails vetcrimric J ^ Is coauthor o f
beyond thc thirc
u p For Tlte Horse
n oi understand
a n d a popular ivt‘
d o a lot to bull
ibiUorforABCTV's
reading sUUs'oni
ing Amcrka." W rite,
T fw cdon'ttci
arc
writing to b t ^ l j o f Knight RidNeivs
vm . mey wlQ
c Servicc. 700
behind,* said^ ^ 1000, Washing,
author and cthl
^ k a n c , Wash.
Institui^ w hich
__________ '• r
t o n in gender
Icaming.
r d - ^ d c level do"
H ie notionh ial
Uld
reading b c cn
tr d u t they can
build
said Sniith. th
e ' u p students'
'a
s ontd conlldcncc.
ttcachrcadingand
He sold that
pi
w hat they arcyslnaboy.fiicndly
^
w hen boys [U
s tucontinue to fall
1 Michael Gurlan,
Icam ingtorcad,
cthfotm dcr o f thc
theyntjvcrw ann
ish.-bascd Gurlan
ilch trains cducaIcr dlffcrcnccs in
O n
1 o f conQdencc in
introl to thc Issue,
h e ‘Ibm ple profes>t people like to do
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sked, "Wlio listens
'4 5 percent clioose
ille only 30 pcrccnt
crInmyamtTlbu
• spouse o r signifi-
e good a t an d that
4 Ways Travel Serv
s tu m b le early in
4 '
liH B
n roost
m m - m o1i dog
. o r cat ratlier
Book
L il
www.4waystrave
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99
dirills. U;
ther by t
“p
___________
amc m ore lmnicnl as tlicy bccom
nbcrs o f th e
p o rta n t a s membi
aco survey te.
l.o u s c h o ld .O f,h
sp o " * !n K
e likely
to risk
• S3 pcrccnt are
11
•’o r thei
^ percent, of ow ner
PCf lo coi
rescuc'if they were ir
• 82 percent think
M o llh c ir p c l
m ore th an once'wlii
™
away from liimororher during
thc day.
• lfihoywcredes<
leserted o n a n
i.sland and couldI choosc
ci
only
' '
on e com nanio
would pick a d(
tlian a hum an.
to try sot
GEMII
Spur-of-t
breatlie I
• '^ '5 "
toyoubest7.”45
their pet. while I
M drty
B eck e r
R ead___
Cotttlnuod from El
tiic tly a
the i^ip. And it is not stric
ilcp h cn
U.S. p h e n o m en o n ; Stef
o s iira t
Gonird. education profcssi
In 1Enj!the University of York in
land, review ed scores L
fo,r >
c d gi a p s
countries :m d discovered
crenccs
in everyone, despite diffcrc:
rricula.
in school setups and c u rria
Wiiat Ls kno\vii is th aatt bovs
I
generally take longer to Icaj
I X
read tlian girb: tliey read
abo^
imd are lc*ss enthusiasticc al
Jt; and they have m o rc tro
i
^
understanding narrative t
>0 .
S«nd letters to Dear Abby, PO.
;allf.
Box 69440, Los Angelos, Calif.
90069, or vio her Web slto At
http://wv(W.OoofAbby.com
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n't b e lost.
I'm quick-w itted, so II cgio tbj
dfcd
back ot him wlicn ^ve readic
ij,
ough
die a irp o rt I went fust throug
th
■hose
die securiw checkpoint. (Tho:
rould
w ere the days w hen you coul
wait a t die gate for yoiu passct
«£
Vlicn '
Rcr to get off die plane.) Wlic
m
n et
e ti
DIake passed dirough d ie m
(j(
,pc(j"
detector,
o f course It "becpc<
g
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Hl'fui^
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Write to Abby
Tilime to let gigo of the p£
>ast,Aquarj•ius
Ig
It’s officia
al: Pets rulee the human
Do you ever break thu
pets on tlie hed" nile w hen
spmi.se is away? O r siieal
oxtra treat to W liiskers v
your siKnificani oth er ha;
haL-k.turnetl? A n ew iiati
survey Tinds that p e t ou
heiul the rules, no. m ake
break the niles for th d r :
friends.
• A survey of
pet owHLTs
ow
.m r iT
ill the United States a n d rGii
i“
conducted by the Americar
iclallo n
inial H ospital A.ssocic
ncrccnc
(A/\ll/\) reveals that 70 pci
y I:break
of pet owners say they'
ic irn e ts
household rules with their
w h e n th eir p a rtn ers arc
ate not
present. "\Vlien th e p a n nners
e r are
seems,
away, the pets play!" it; sc
.•rs suewith fem ale' pet ow ners
ileading
cunibin^ to the a pet's plea
m ore than males.
hat pets
’Ilic results indicate that
arc K^-ltinj; preferential
II iitreat-
*
^
an d he h ad to empty hi
his pocket& As soon os he p ut
i ring
It thc
boxondietray,Istarte<
tedjum p-;
ing up and d o w a sayinj
Ing loudly.'
r Then I
"Oh, honey. Yes! Yes!’
d u tv /m y arms aroundd his
I neck
a n d gave him 0 huge hug.
hi Pcopie around us began[dca p p in g
borrassed!
a n d Blake was so emba
i t people
TVventy m inutes later
were sdll pointing andiw
VhispcrIng about die guy who
1
0 had
just
proposed.
From that night on.. w
v eknev
we'd end up togedier. We're
W
two
still moke
pracdcal Jokers w*o sd
cach odier laugh ofterr ]12 years
an d four children.
10 FAUS
' — KATEINIDAHO
d e a r KATE: I’m n o t sur- ■
iimor can
prised. A sense of him
ist trying
tlie m ost
m pleased
times easier to bear. I'm
rom ance is still
iU In the'
rs after it
clouds so m any years
r t May it
0^
oliport
ever bc thus.
MARCH 27 IS .YOUR P
----SCORPIO (dcL 23-N
•Nov. 21):
IF W
iOAY: You arc changeable
BIRTHE
You may b e moro charmi
Tilngdian
H o ro sco pe
ear a n d Tmd it difllcult to
this yeai
you diink under dicscc stars. If
0
routine.
A
desire
to
fnie
>
oig
changes
would
ma
nake yoi^
C
sUck t o :
Jerald ln e S a u n d e rs
1 1 * 1
yoursdf
happier, m ahead a nd1 take
t
di(}
^ o f imneccssary baggage
so Practical
84
84 Brora atUacOor.
fc in th(
h e air — and slowly but I__
___ I plunge, l lie Easter Bum
m ny rhay
51 Foato'mottw#
65
65 SeaMolo
SUTClv V
you will gain the Inde- j-j
qj,
liavcasurpiiseforyou.
car o r by readlnga good book.
52 Goods
66
incc
you
need
by
dearing
I
22-Dcc.
2
\.
I,
SA
C
rraR
IU
S
(Nov.
:
“. S S 7 "
n3n<
54 SebasUonCoo.
CANCER (June 2i-July22):
ladwood in your life. Be- is
jg perfecdy OK to test onlnior
m ood for
66 ’Delivery veNde
tlic dcac
jjo'ns 2 1 ):- If you're in die mi
(or ono
6669 Makes by hand
tw ecn ninow and die end of June d,.
56 Oertsivo
d ng purdiat dilTcr from diose m yoi ' pleasurable and relaxlr
57 GrBywoJvos
90 Aneieni rabbi
you m a\
tay be trying on new ideas family.
Jq,
iljgj,
suits, you will find pli
plenty. of
Shake
off
diat
urge
to
be
50 FWdotoOMty
01 B<x*p«oo8lie
91
nntifinti
companionship to make
u! the day
nding tliat w hat oncc was hom ebody a n d m ln y e writ
and tino
59 Inlormatfvtwells 02
n Chkaoo suburb
^
of
sv^cicr.
(
2
a
su
d
acquali
ta n tu n o lo n g e ra p rio ri^ . ng
03 CKihemooo
irf.portaj
61 _ Carta
people from different walks c
04 iMvorso
ByScptc
Member you will b c natty (^,
62 Sant«_w lnds
m ay seem glamorous an
and occit*
life. Ask people wiiat diey dilnk
64 Speak oft the cuf) 06
96 Book after Mlcah
to adopt
pt a new, m ore individual
LEO(July23-Aiig.22): B ccdthc
i
60 Fow1o#novol. .
07
landliavcplentyofadm ir- leader o f die pack. Kick u p youur
CAPRICORN (D cc. 2: 2 -fan.
yrtth The*
00
cliccryouon.
t,„
[ects n o w
67 Hawk one's
h eels— try a new liaircut 0 r 0outuI
ES (March 21-Ai)ril 19): q.
99
ARIES
w arn
99 Danny of
c a n b elii^ y su ccc ssfull—
l- cspcGt.to escape a bad case o ff die
di
70 Expensive
tho NBA
Uncxpcc
iccted news coiUdsiiift the (Jq
ijriis. cially If dit 7 need applau
luscfrom
doldrum s a n d lift your spirie
72 Yoke's (vnily
100
100 Wet SOU
focus of
of wotk or shake u p a k ^
p^.
mey. Now
ould
public to m ake mont
Fasdnadng new people coul>
75 Gartunkelof
103
nsliip. Embrace changc break you o ut o f your rage.
fclaUons
could be a good dm e toicom
ci putBuchwaW
pcn arms. Someone dose
'
ij. A crize your bank account
it
105 Riverbed doposit
witll opC
77 Ahxo
105
VIRGO
(A ua 23-Scpt. 22):,
106 Awl or hacksaw . ■ will givc
79 -Olioctor
106.
ICyour open-mindedness strikingly difTerent view poir
AQUARIUS ( l a a 20-F
'Feb. 18):
WertfBuOer •
107,
107Addlo1t>ekffly
ablgtllU
lum bsup.
•could
,
Off widi die old and on1 widi
v
dio
^ v c y our finances a shm
she
eo WlthmArlM
110:
RUS (April 20-March 20): in
7^ die arm. Read u p o n subjcct
”0“ ^
-m um
last leaves
Iccts new .Letdnggoofthcpas
61 Ovoffy cuitous
rking can produce solid dear to your h can o r ask you
L y p you morc um e to deal1vvridi dia
111 i Obtocross
Network!
63 Carol of'Pr^at#
111
ssconnections.R im cand friends for advice. Automat
ii 2 ibppflot
business
present and diink about
It 1a better
Parts’
112'
fortuneu can
c lie adilcved by mak- m ondily paym ents o r try th ee In
Jn- futura Glean ImportantIt iiideas by
in o rta n t new contacts. ,(.f
doing an Internet scarch.
il.
tem et for ideas.
». ° b U ?
I “R a :
N o f.iim n c. N yynmy M
ding to die past o r refuse
j
You
P J ^ E S (Feb. 19-Man
arch 2 0 ):
LIBRA
(Sept, 23-OcL 22): Yoi
oitiedungnew .
^|„
,^(j5 s O u d n ^ seem m ore fun
on under
sim ply radiate Crlcndlini's
iIN L (M ar^_2l-June_20):_i„
to
p
s~
thesc_stars,.so.pair_up,
p _ w itf i.a ___
today,-so pull-out-all die- 6top
liil6 lil» lA iim iH lo l« k m
if-die-momcnt ideas can an d m ake yourself know n \o
ist to tho
friend
or
lover
for
3
visil
ti
N ^ S M d p |o U M ? ^ ii
c frcsli air into stale nda- ]j„.
park or a trip to die z o a H y
large num bers o f people. Ijjj,
Ex
Ips and, provide a few pj^
( 0 ;a
somediing unusual ond
id daring,'.
^
°hbH ^R ^sH
plore new places — go to
iixplore exotic places cl- m useum o r drag a friend o ut. ,to
0 :Q Exert som e irtdcpendc
dcnce of
f taking a day trip in die new restaurant
spirit
. _
Mrrealisl
ACROSS
63I SpenlsJt
S|
I Moslup
65i BJg
J nwne tn
dalabosflj
lo mu jot)
dt
7 Yoo«i5ht
601 Paronitngptiif
Pl
11 Toothpaste
6QI Toucti-toned?
Tc
i^eloctjon
C9I O.C.
0. uibuib
14 Makos fonOy,
71 'SoxuaJ
'S
Hoalinff
bnolly
jinttof
s
'
Aged
19 Slovodoto.
72 A( slate
ulljmos
•
73 Disk
Dl JodioY'} cue
20 W^oloroom
74 First
Fli (jovonwr
olAlojka
33 Chan again
ot
23 Oavi(}and
76 Rolused
R<
fl<ky-5 66A
78 Enc.
Er vrfiho
manuseripi
25 Ooiiciousof
m;
66A
Wctniojh
70 Ritchie's
Rii
2C Ko^ils or Yoats
62 Pencil
Po P0 Z2I0
poulion
37 DisliiUutu
86 Loader^
Le
tho catds
07 FMIdmla)
Fk
20 Pillion saint ot
66 Oallantry
Ot
sailois
89 Picked
Pi(
OUl
29 -Juras'Jc Paik93 _-ma)esty
_
sliif Sam
04 Coaied-papor
Cc
conlolner
30 Pays nllontion lo
o
32 Marcia iirx]
05 Oosllu
Oo
uponymous
Polor's G6A
op
baby's
'
35 KonnoOy's
Ba: D6A
by
nssnssin
09 Sutioundod
Su
38 Kn^hlly Ijllos
1011 Illinois
llbi dty MW
Sl.
39 'Congor cntchois
S Louis
•10 Foalutos
102J Elvis
EK _ Prosley
011.1CU5
103
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>n
41 LaifioJtMy
104iJJick
Ni( and Noro'a '
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43 S-r.hap<KJ
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Sn
inolaings
109) Richle
Rk ond
Joanie-s
GOA
4C Tako cara ol
Ji
47 WatlyiuKl
113J Author
Au o!'Tho ■
Uoiivoi S 66A
Mt Who
Man
49 Oflflrn skydiving
Ffl to Earth*
Fall
53 Ciomona violins
114I Coflsistonlly
Co
5S PiifJclA.D.
0(
aaursto
5G navi Shanknr's
115I Spotted
Sp
wtldcal
mstiumont
116I Gin
Cir fruits
57 G.l. lotin
117• Dot>u»»/«5ea.
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GO Govl. agom
118I HoibofWsdom?
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R u l e s o f e n g a g e ^] m e n t , C !I h r i s t i a n 1 s t y l e
-E
EM ENTS
ngage
—
i ByCariaRelder
; th o Waahlngton Pott
—
My cousia Ar
Any co-worker who
q
wouldllstcaAi
.Andcancdcdsevtnro
aldaicslhadli
dlinedup.
i
WASHINGTON-Hcwassup.
'
After a few
{
Vdates,
Stephen left
' M a l v in i
'
posed to have long drcodlocks
on a two-mon
onth business trip I
; ond be occustomcd to linen and
m E F O R D — Wade and
he’d keep in touch.
- CAST
ulhor Carla
wondered If' hi
Au1h<
' sandals. Hed take photograph
phs
:e
Schorzm
an
of
Castleford
.
2
&om
Memphis
and
lanice
£
'
R«Idi
3ver ^ ^ W u iiK ,.
■ nice Gordon Parks ond bo a lovci
md Seatde an d Sioux
announ
}unce th e engagement of P
inM ,SI»phin,
city, and m.■e covered a lot of
, .ofLuigston Hughes. Instead,,hls
his
their’ dd o u b te r . Bobble Jean 1
• nniicut resembles that ofa soldlei
dicr
follow
ilowfld their
m und.Ileun<
m e d diat his parents .Schotzr
irzman, to tydiord Joseph , I
Ited
: fre8hfrombootcarap.He'8sulted
before he VW132. After
Malvini,
hriitlan faith
hadspU tupto
'Ini.sonofDcnlceM alvinlof I
Chriii
3m; uplnblaclcshndow8trfpcs.comdn't see h is father' TWinFaJ
iFalls.
I
,f.d .« h
j plete with white shirt and tie, arid
and
horzmon is attending die I
othar
ihar, .
Oursioricsw
3cts
sw cre similar. My fil- CoUeae
igeofSouthcm ldahaSheis I
;
dicr and mod
D d u n -w c re lT A m
cmplSy
loyed at Ib m a to 's .Italian m
;
He’s my prospective mate,
ate, f
she became: fp icgnm t. While 1
Richard Malvini
In IWlnFalls.
was growing! Inp. my Ihther win
Malvl
‘I"?
'
alvinl is a graduate of Murtnd Babble Schonman
ritol
kind of like die
he u n d e you saw on
h High School. He Is
I enrldunent class at From the
the wTckends
Ids. My m other, a J
folloyed at Zales in TWin M s. - cepdon
a
will be h d d at 4 p m . fo:
2mV H jv
M«M»;
fiercely indcc
I Ite m Church in suburban Tbmlependem wom an,
te wedding is plarmed for lloo ^ g .die ceremony at dic
th
' p!e Hills, Md.
MirwM
strahew asafi
a handsom e sm ooth
J
rday. Jime 4, In BuhL A re- Schorzman
Si
residence.
I am tenifled. I never take my
e didnt have die pam y calls on daUng," he contin:
o f no kissing, laDccrbutshcc
itlnues, ‘is also c i ^ t months. of
eyes off the Rev. John C heny^IL
iL because you've got a flrec ih
tl atyou nolouchinftnoheavy
ilmmanirity.
ravy breathing, denceforhlsir
Bccause If I look away while W
s can't conuoL w h o starte
he's
ind I continued datJU^
m e dme. longStephen and
irted it? I no one-on-one alone
teaching, the Holy Spirit m ight
Ight didn't sion it. I'm trying
hc ciune h o m e in
■FLOWERS, n o Ing when he
lg tto help Ing looks or 1-000-FLC
blow my cover. The Spirit would
ROME — Jorge Juarez I
luld you put it out. Why ca m
> get browsing bridal nmg
ber 2002. H e was scJEROI
nagazlnes, n o , mld-Dccembei
I t you
I'm your Hesh out of th e wa
ng m e th ro u g h a Munoz:
. soylhavenodueaboutw diatrm
w ^ Be* shopping for rings,, no proposals, ' crcUy. putting
oz and Gloria Gomez Millon I
g ^ g myself In ta And He’dI be cause you\-e touched sonling. We are to , battery of lests
sts. On o n e dote, hc
of Mexii
omebody no w w olng plarming
exico Qty, D.E, Mexico, an- I
jIcs 6ver th e took m e to on
lhat you weren't suppoi
n IESPN Zone. A year nounce
posed to discuss d a ss topics
ice the engagem ent of dieir I
Rw. Cheny doesn't open w ith
t h a touch. And now love and
ar lust phone,unlessotherwl
irw^se instruct- laterheioldmi
mc h e needed to see daui^te
^ter,Y azn& Janet Juarez, to P
funny anecdote of life with Mrs.
if I could let n
t o . have gotten all mixed up"
p" ■
cd.
n Keidi F ro d la son of Bill
Cheny. He begins d ass w ith
break a swtat.
h I,I
Stephen raises a brm
irow and
Period.
Karin Frodin of Jerome,
Corinthians 7 ;l:n t is good fo) r a nods In agreem ent- N
had a n ^ , bccaus
Nobody
in October 2002,:, Stephen
St
ircz is a 2001 graduate of
m an not to touch a w om an..." He speaks.
irow lIne,hetoldm e
offered to buy m c tca
u a t Star*, atthefree-thro
Sistem a Abierto in
• says he’s spent the last s it weeks
thewtadcTWon h e wanted to>cc o u n m e N o tf i%
cks ■ This isn't w hat I exp
csmecied. bucks, U fesatnearthe'
fJBtorla
!?
co Qty. S h e attended die
cjqjlnining to adults what does
rtftlBskedfordarifloes When we agreed to b c ^^ pre- adoudyaitcm oonan<
,and m lk ^ for understanding,
ctsidad A utonom a dc Mesdand does not consdtute a date.
ate. marital counseling I imi
[jpllcd that It m eant
i\ believe
I was caUoa He rcpl
i m a g e d two hours. I couldn’t
b<
JNAM-,
faculty school of
I
purpose;
marriage,
co,
UN,
: “How can >tiu hear the w ordI ooff . two or three fcel-good*(
id*aoout- spilling m y guis to) m an I didn't dadngwidiapi
inary m ed id n e in Mexico
God dearly, if you cant get your
Ildnt know d ie idea
veterina
our the-GoodNewssessTonsw
iltw ashlseyeStephen dldi
sw iththe c\wiknow.Inidally,ltv
• fle sh o u to fth e w ^ ’
Kared me. In reality,
Qty.
pastor, the sumdard leen
x tu ic on brows that drew’ m e in an d
ofm irlagcsca
lyton
fhxiln and Yaimln Juaraz
>z
s n 't ’ thcbcncfltsofgoodcomlununlcam
by the fear o f som e
Frodlr
ccept his Invi- Tm haunted b>
Hc soys that If the dass doesn't
)din Is a 2001 graduate of
^
compelled m e to acce
get past this Issue of dating, hc
he tion and tn e dlw 'ying
yir
diat turns once-lovJerome!
of tadon to sit down. H
Hee looked
1
like cosmic force th
ne High SchooL He senwl a ■Hiesday,
U
March 29. In the Boisi
)ise
household chorcs.
. willsianovcr&omlcssonone.
illdng spouses into
fuU.dmi
my ladicr (and a Utt
Utde like die , ing. self-sacrin(
ime LDS m ission in die Temple.
Tc
A rccepdon to honor dii
die
Dont get m e \vrong. In a cul- Count on'Sesam e Stn
Street’), an d I mortal encml
Stephen and I arc annoyed. We
mics. But In my
Mexico
co Mexico Q ty East Mis- couple
co
will be h dd &om 7 to
o 9!
; ccnamly don't want to start over
cxpectedm c dreams, nw w c d ^ day Onds
v er ture lhat created the driv
Irive-thru liked that he dearlyy ex
gion. He
Hf ottended Idaho State p.m.
p.i Saturday, April 2, at die 5d
5di
om LasVegaswcdding,Sicphci
ihcnandl lo say yes a nd takes a sc
; a t I was m e draped in
: fromsaatch.W esurveytherbom
In a d i^ g n er goym
univttsi
ersity an d Is currently at- Ward
W LDS Church, 50 E. 100 S,
S..
lu neckline an d 10ber dilnking I , widi a bateau
ing are headed In the opposite
’ like Innocent siblings proving
site direc- nervous. I remember
ng®die College o f Southem Jerome.
Jei
that tlic ^ t y one comes formISO
so doaO urcom m onChrlsiia
i\fterward, (insert
pped by th e
foot train. M
sdanfaiih should have sioppe
X He- is em ployed at WalThe couple will reside in
ii
Ileftdieofiice groom here) wi
everybody w r t have to get the is a big p an o f the attracdi
\vh isk sm e to so m e
;cdon.V\'c ladles’room beforelld
pharmacy
in
Jerome.
Jei
Jerome
until
resuming
thei
leir
ray where w c m ake
Mm phi
I whipping. There arc 122 o f us really do view m arriagei ahe wind
been c*odc hidcawa'
as a sa- for a break. Had the
\
at ISU.
e wedding
is planned for studies
sn
I here, 61 couples.
fc titold m e h e love all day and
c e d covenant with God,
nd nlghl, resurfacing
v
J, aand we kind to my hair? He
ass know better than to have
s be- was from Detroit, ant
_
and immedl- only for sipsi of
o sparkling white
Rev. Cheny says that if the class
.■esex
has a problem with the rules, w
wee forcmarriaga
nd nibbles o fih e o c - .
0 (off
iow-stripcsult grapcjuiccand
atdy the black shadow
o lley
But prernarital counsel
oade sense to
casional
cl
I can go elsewliere. "I'm not the
chocolate-covcrcd
isellng in hc was wearing madi
£R
— Mr. and Mrs. Boyce I
Ve
fly
bock
to
our
FILER
i
, only person who m arries in Rev. Cherry’s dass, wWch
lold
it
against
strawtKrry.
We
(il comes me. Bui I didnt hold
town, hesays.
brick hom e, a n d I
GolTSr.
Sr. of Snoqualmie, Wish., f l
brown eyes dirce-story bri
before couples d e d d e lo
i any him. Hc had deep0 bi
to m
laicr (^ve blnh
ing means not only no dadn
■/\nd the reason I keep getting
th to two beaudful,
onnoun<
unce die engagement o f I
idng, but andaconuirioussmnUc.
ilc
dau ^tcr, D anldic (3olf, to I
swv ididnsertgroom
dicirdai
•about signifl- hcaldiybnbles
We didn't inqidreabt
an d ^ rich. • MichacI
in ted to k n o w
hcroj’s soulfuld c
_______
cant others. All I wante
aci Holley, son of Marge E
red skin. 1 live hap-' Holley
o
ic h u rc h a n d if' caramd-colom
wasifheaitcndcdachi
yofFilcrandB
illH ollcyof- W,
with m y husband,
TVdn Falls.
Fall
hcw asam em ber.Hlecvwas. I didnt pUy ever afterr v
I
t qucstioru..........our vcty w ' wcll-benavcd chilGoff
i a graduate of Boise
ha\-ctD askthencxtqu
ff is
really big house. Of Smte University
Un
"That's my acc," 1he volun- dren in onc rei
H o u k - L a n c a s t e r ._
widi a badiclot's U
leered. "I can’t ddoo anything co iu^.Iliadnc
no d u e How I could
o f busini
sincssadm inistradonlnac- ■
JEROME — RachcUe Cammie
nie
'm ake a loving
lg marriage last in
countlni
without Him.’
dng. She is employed at I
I .Houk and Joshua Russell Lan­
mce to Jesus real life,
Stephen’s, reference
tsons Corporate Hcadquar- f l
caster were married Feb. 25 a t the
y tells us h e w ont
gavem eagrinrdw car.
car ail day, beRev. Cherry
Q
Danielle
Goff and Michael HolleyDy:lics.H ehasnovcstcausc for 12 years now,
nov m yfaldi pullanypunclu
• PrcsbylcrianChurchinJerome.A
Ucy_ls-also-a.graduaie.of____
oorrcladonship-—
5 - _ i„ r '
^ ^ ■ |~ h a s ''b c c n ~ t h c 'm o issrrlim portant— ed interest inoi
—rucepdon \V2S held following ih c '
Thc wedding is planned fo.
for
State University widiaBBA
slly.iisccmcd,
"I'mnolROin;
ceremony.
thing in my life. Finally.
April 23, at die Sic
iic.
business. Hc Is Salurday,
Sa
as I • you,’ hc says.'
J L icmationol
r
I’d m et a m an who) believed
be
;The bride Is the d a u ^itc r of
Winery in CaklwdI
dl.
oycd at Bogus Basin as a Chapellc
Cl
pcrspccUve,
I
di
Myril Houk of Eden and Glen
Aflcr a honeymoon irip lo die
du
m that
g ssslonal ski patroller. He is Afi
.j R w l
Later I would Icam
t: it was- son to stop I yi S ' s ^ t s
IIoukofBuriey.
die couple will resicii
idc
1 volunteer flreO ^ler widi Bahamas,
Ba
ly rca so n to toil you
L j R l n t love at first sight for him. "You mxmicdorany
; . H ie bridegroom Is tlic so n of 1 - 1 ^
InDoise
___JJtARVlu
Fire DepartmenL
in
and get m arried. It Eagle Fir
seemed like good1 pc
people," hc
to go ohead-an
Rusty and Lorie Lancaster of
Jnliua and Rachello Lanca
omt in time. I docsnt benefit
ncaswr
said. “But at dial point
il rm c onc way o r the
Jerome.
otiier.".
o lir m d
M n o t a l m l l o n o fhavlngarelate
ire Patty Kiser. Faye Lancastc
Grandparents of the bride are
A M E -T O N -H U R T
I
/body. I was
Me s;iys onc
ic reason that pre'r all of “ OJ'ship \vitli anyboi
h e Hon and Ann Xancaster,
Sharon Gamer of Burley and the
isiness." 1,’on
m a riia lc o u iciingLsncccssaryis
i^
■'
focused on my busini
TWIN
INFALLS— David HamU- I
latcH m Gomct Grandparents; of Jerome.
othcr liand, Immediately
imi
U)d Carolyn Hamilton o f I
nd
Tlie couple resides in Ji}n,r.rr,n
ck
the bridegroom are LaVcm and
ee ENGAGE, Page E5 S . 1 Falls
a annoim cc th e enrage- I
Please see
c^edm ym odjer.M^ybestiricndL
yb
mcni of thcir daughter, M mnlc J
I
Christine
tine Hamilton, to Jcdidiah !T\.
‘f
-------------------------- D anid;l 1Hun, so n of Gary and
v
■B'"
•
Jm
'H u n ofTVvin Falls.
*1
BeckyHi
Hamili
tnllion Is attending die Col'
lege of S oudiem I d ^ o as a
T h e B
f o o k ses
Br
_____
T h e R u s sSeEi L L S
H P f H
gcncnd
al a n m ajor. She is cmployedd aat Image Arts, Portraits ' S
rz
I
TWIN FALLS — Mr. and Mrs.
ramlng In TWin Falls.
_
anuFian
o
Dc.in Russell of 1\vin
1
nn Fails
cd c - ^ B | | S | | i y ^
rt Is att ending CSI os a com- Melania
u.
th w edding
:
bralcd ihcir 50lh
KamlHon and Jedldlah Hurl
urt
putcr gra
graphics design major and
B s S t l anniw rsaryonM ardiJ
i:li25.
The wedding is planned foi
for
will grad
radiiate in M ay He is cmRussell and Ema
1
la Hite
w ere I V H S H
Jiinc 4, at the Cmyon
on
d at Microchips E ia in 1\vin Saturday,
Sai
1955.
married March 2 5 ,195J
Springs
Golf Course.
■
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^ 1
P f
Spi
2n for several
years before moving
ing to T\vin
vc resided for
^
Falls,whcrctlieyhavcr
JS
33ycars.
Jnion Pacific
gS
Hc worked at Unic
Railroad. She worked
ced a t Idaho
^,,11
d Ema Russell
^
I • Power.
cu„,
ofMcridian.
TTieir children In d i
L«onandS:
id Sylvia Brooks
has five grandchilU o fM sc
,-n>=coupfeh.
reiumed
f^ym)
RusscU
rs. Oricans, when his ship reti
TWIN FALLS-M r. and Mrs.
returned
gteat-granddilld.
R e a d T h e TIm es-Ne
N e w s e v e ry d ay
thy) BusscU
Leon Brooks ofTWin Falls were
rc from scrvicc.
TheyhavclivcdinGranitc
honored at a dinner March 17
niteaty,
•r- m , Son Francisco and Reno,
for thcir SOth wedding anniver­
no, Ncv„ p T 77^
Falls In Getting marr
arried?
sary, Friends and relatives m et
ct before retiring to T\vln Fa:
in
1983.
at Jakcr's Restaurant in TWin
o te ll
by their
D o n ’t f o r g e tt ttc
Falls.
The ev'cnt w as hosted by
T h e T lm 0 S *-N
N(e w s
■ ■ ■
.Brooks and Sylvia Bobo were
IC son and dau^ter-in-laww,, Jeny
w
andJudyBrooKsofRcno.N(
•Nev.
I .
married March 17,1945, In New
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Ramon Ramirez, second;
snd
Shano Amen, first; and
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nd.
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md
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.Shanlco each receivedd aa.'
]ch $50 savings bond. Each
. winner also received ai lTiris
•shirt. With them Is Chris
Motley and Blaine SearieI ooff
the Eli<s, and Abble Vogt,
g t,
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mentary School In Rupert.
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Elks member Chris Motley,
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)arin D o u ^ Palmer, son'
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o f fessica
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IWin
in Falls, was bom Thursr. March 3,2005.
m elda P adence Thom as, '
ighter o f Sabcrina Begay
i Hczel Thom as o f TVvin
Is, was bom Friday, March
2005.
Lden Blalr Mong, son o f
phanic Marie Morris a n d
3mas .Vladmir M ong o f
oding, w as b om T h u i ^ y ,
ic h 17.2005.
Vesley Ryan Paul | t , son of
a Marie Frances, a n d Wes% a n Paul o f TWin Fulls,
dau^
and 1
FaUs,
11,20
f S
w
^ as bom Thursday, M arch* 17'
2005.
ker.
Jessie Jo ann N ebeker
nd
>d
daughter o f Jenny Lee aanc
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David
Franklin N ebekerr o0 f
Hagerman,
Friday, M archI 18
!8,
F
2
2005.'
Elexis Colleen B en n e tt
d
daughter
of Ami MlcheQe anc
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Marty
Lynn B ennett o f Good
li was bom Friday, M ard
Ing,
1
18,2005.
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Yadhlra Im elda M artinez
hS
d g lu c r of .Z uhey Yadhln
dau
.
of
aan d Faustino M a rtin ez 0
1
TWin
Falls, was b o rn Friday
^
M
^ aidi 18,2005.
ndj^
Koden C hance Lee Bandy
s n o f Melissa A leen aanc
so
nd
JJio n a th ^ Lcander B andyy o0 i
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ticlpated In tbe Pack Rtlnj
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tlnl,
Scouting tor Food p « i «itt nI d
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inf events Indude bowtlni
nature hike, In addHlon to tbe
«od
pKk actlvttles ofPlnewoo
Derby, Scout-04lanui anddDay
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Camp, The TIfer Cubs art,
Ferguion,
left, back row: Spencer Fe
ly (tnd
Drew Owen, Devon KeUey
Clancy Cockertuun; fronttfow
r :
Ben RederickMn and Chase
ht Han,
C n lg '
TIfer Cub Den leader li Ci
Redeiicksen and aasltttni
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leader Is Sheri Ferguson.i .(l ^ k
United
97 It sponsored by tbe Un
Methodist Men'i Club.
Sleph
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To tn n o u n c * • birth •
th
Send a copy of the birth
certificate to:
Jomi Whited .
The Community Pago
The TImea-News
P.O. Box 548
TWin Falls, ID 83303
Or ta x to: 734-5538.
t)etdllne: noon Tuesday
lay .
f>d
for Sunday's paper; end
la /a
noon Friday for Tuesday
ley R
e, iPtu TIUI INl>«
iimounces trrimester honi
WRMSan
'Uinier. Anlia Voriii
Seventh grade
Abel,\ViUl.T/nAdll>'«'iel W.irvlwin. I
K*.%x-nA!iboit,M.'wAbc
Kenny li.illo.., Derek. Williams, h
cod. t-Jcna A]mi]ulsi,I, K
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Uird, Austin iJouf»"'iy Willi.inis .u
MiiwuU lUlCT. Kovi tllnl
Melanie iiray,
Munro.
, Sydney
tlniwer.
Eiglllll grade
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ide
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Pendleton Burbank, firstI ggrade:riuti'-.. Sli.iylw I<;Il-\', Siurni lx)x.
n.Kvlic;\nderson,l’ii>er
|.-.nik. NW
(‘iidia
•“Jy CII, Nicole
lox. |,iki'tii't'111,111. S:unii;il i'uiil
and Tavin Williams tecoftd
Ktd grade;
n /\mwn. Kuylec Uakcr. '
ii.Ouly(.iwalM.n,
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isen,
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Haupl, Ciuyjjun. IluileJulii
Ila Iknviiun. Garrett
•f. ,AIMia Alewindria iliinwin.Alauuidra
Ale
Critiut/. t:riMi,in (lon/aliv.
kindergarten.
Dryan Itray,
wy llcibert. lien- n;,k.M,.Mykelllrandon,
It.il
mn.
Asliley H.i)vs. Zatli.iry
(ifiiclc,
Crowitaiitii,
s, Amy Uucli.in.Tn. Scan
y HeMene^s, Nina Cnuiincy llamilio
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I
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1
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luir Ho->cll).ichcf,- CriMiiiii Ilu
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lillen son. UayioiiincJet Oinlovano. Ked
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I
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lake
Kiilser,
S;imanihn
Johnsoi
,le lones.
iiilinsuii. Colion Jones
nc-son, KrvHi luiiM-M. Kyle
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Kirk.
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(;aliiii'l.i|iun.v.DoiiKlii% Kliii;
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ace Lai^xlidi, Tory KoejiUn, Alexandri
tiaii UMn.
Alex;indiia Kunti. tinice
l-niM Kun/. Kyallla Uv.liitxiaii
J^ec.
Samantlia
Engel..
aeiuiim U-lunann, Uiitxl. limily l.-uwn
<.y. I).illiis Uikcy.
Uiiiipl. Iticiu
Cdcly U-viiaii, AIKun U'vy.
Jr. Alinee Esim.s. Oscnr
ndfa Undltlooiii, Crv>,-ofyUl'l.-uic.Ki
rn lUiUiHaley Ubefl. Alex.mdf
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I
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limily liicV. Ali Muicldi.
1. il
il;uinali
Uiis [.opez. luan Marline/,
Ma
111)11 l,0IK7, AsllKJII Ul|ll0ll.
1’i.slwr. Madeline Hade,
.xvstU. aiance MeMlNhn Mc(:aiii(;al.
inlit l^xiiis,
Mmilanvs, [clfery M;ixvst
l.yiicli, Ali’sJiiiHi'f l.yiali. liwnln
d, Spencer I'ullnier.
:Malion,
HodrlKo
^’ol'y Mi'imann,
^■-utliy-Ali
Ctoskey, Niels McM
a:
. AuiliiJiiy M,iiiiii. U’lltiani McCiii
t. Matiliesv (lappmayrr.
lollineaiix .Slert.i Miudmllimi MonaJv
<xly M(|Icl.
Molinii, (loberl Molli
MUUi -km'.
MiwiiKlu. (jMly
Ca-etiwiHKl. Siiclby
Ister.
He has b e e n at th e An
^rmyNaparents; siste
Tidl. .Sophie Nos- Atislin Ntoso.amya
lluir
o f D e d o c o u p le Is
M
('liluuiT. Maili’ii Moii^is, 1li'lcll
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len MoifW^-Money,
Jonl.ui Niedtid)
(liisiarson. Stephanie
a n e n for
usan tional Guard Hcodquon
r llerren
I’iilnier
Cole Newct
lan Mui|iliy, -SimiiiiM Nii\-.inrCLnirce, Morwonhy, Alex l*:ilnic;,
11
Ilaavlk. Nathan Hall.
lo te d r a n k In G u a rd
i
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H.I- li™ uliO ;tal;W
I’.m .NVImiii, ln'ilan Ncviii'i,
t
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s, V
Vesenya
lylcr IVlen. loti W
.icll
H i•^
K uw ana
cof four years. His assignm
Hall. (Jielica llnincl,
Nil'Ui. /<ii'y Olhuiii, i'ldtili (){l
Ofilniela.
,.c„n. Mot«an I’lke,
M
, M.,ni.n
Plnik-i,
s Kuwona Ir. of Stafford, bKi'i:
A l e x a n dIr
r iia
j , the national level indudl
nilion, McKsn Hayes.
ideddlgli'.iKL-. liMtliim IWcnt'iii.i.M(in;n!el
Me
Aiinc I'ollcliciil. liicas
» I:W . Mort*
: “itnlnK.
f lunior HidnlKo.
he son of Mas an d Ida kh ' r v - ^ ' W
Va.; his. wife
Adfe’s lai system s Integrator,
>r, arm or
l*,itrdc-., UiiL-. hitis,,DyL-mlVUyl
]>,ite.MalWorR'lij)eHi
ky Ireland, l^iillu Jeni'. - ■ na of Dedo, w as prom ot- K
y s ia —
s™ . i t i r ^Jenson. TVavIs lob.
o r g a ^ t l o n a l integran
kK
parents, Lan
ator a n d
iiiMin, Anda-w !>fciiriT, ILilvry
.sey lli-rce.
MeftUl Heldy.■Ou
the rank o f lieutenant v
Ki'K’y I’l.iyiT. CliilMophiT I'tuucll
eucil.K)lee
iiculter, lludolp
most recently, branch1 cchief of
inson, Hidey Johnson.
\
Kiiliniiind,
r.ilitiin l<oj‘<
'<da lUilmdin,
Jacob
I. CJatissii King. AlLslia
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Taylor lliMelIo,'D.iko<la
I
th e M odenilzadon and
or
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luwncio
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. • Huni|i|>. ;\inatid.i Sculllclil. Allisoi
wmMii'f.
Cabilelle &uil)on
jwn,
l)om. Scat! itinisi l.yndsey Ijudieck.
1 a t d ie Army National ■
iles :Swfk.
jr,
lohn Sig;i.'I. Iliilia<-I Slaik. M1Il-s
Involved p utting nm odem
ic.KennnUhke.McBlian
1.
S o^nv Slexvns. Iils;i Svsrek
1
H
eadquarters
at
Arling®
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s
on
o
f
Ai
/\Jcx niunus. Ziitli;ir>' iliouuis
UUls, ik-Ilo'mn Smn
‘
cldi.TIbdic.-!] McGinnis.
im binlih. \\ail.-mi
VViUl;un
' ' equipm ent in th e hliands
a
of
lainm 'Iliiiniiison. Madison Tl
I
MasKuwanaJr.
Ilngton,Va.
.iRal.y, D;tlc .McUiUKlllia -----------Va., an d those In
KIiayiTi;ui
SlimJrcr,
Iw 'ltd e ’
Wui
National GuardI ssoldiers,
Alison Imvn. (UinsHiplicr Unto,
lance Induded liis wife,
nn, Taylor Moellerich.
Kuwanaa has
he
cbcy Sie;-cn<i. Ufitly-aviHf, Nidi<ibi1\J
”, IMl
<j»tkeli Sic.-um, rJicbc
line (JUiIk, lluiiii'rVan ilnimcr,
Iqjjjj He has recehred many
ly praises
inaJun. 'nioniie. Mortis,
fStafrord;daugliter,Tbrrie bbe
Diiniel Sundill, CreRory Wakefick
een in tlie A rm y Natloni
Va/»|Uf/. (jlsllna Villa Cuanan, h
llulv
for thc databases h e bui
)uilds, his
Jclle Hiylor. Ucn- siiinviia Wuiter>,
It Na«i. Ijyiia Ncl- SOH Of
ilde,W asl).;son.M asIU of Guard
Gi
ef IMei’an
Samanlli.i Tnfl. Isabclli
for 22 years a n d a n acth
nail WalliTN, Nicot Wlii-i'Icf,
ewcumb. Hex Nihen,.
(Tota-s.
Ij''
jamln Tones. I^rrrsl
To: Siepliimie Vales imd liftnVelda
feunily reported.
aw; son, Aaron ofStafTord; dutym
di
Vali-s ,ind (:ililslO[iliL-f Zwi(d,
cm bersince 1995.
Madora Uonis GahricLi
prOfllOl
^110 !‘.idiUa. Thice I’age,
w
,
.shley I'luker, liodii l-iK- . , ‘*“r ‘
Kuiherlne J’elicnKlU.
Va., the
K.ili Phillips. Ciroiyn
Kuwana
llvnllce. H;on\vvn lUiff, g j lo t
ler lUijas. Crep.ry Itoov co lo n d
^.slileiKli Sliuie. NidioLxs
>rs tto suits for th e U nit 400 di
duplicate
is in need o f sponsors
2005," ‘•Brookman 2005 izatioh
izj
ncoln
C
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Midiael,
"mndi
S
Side
News,
Lincc
C ra ft s h o w b e n e fits
ake.KiiWiSa-enMniTou‘ ‘*elamps"
C
b r l ^ session held Man
a rth l3 a l'
seating. .
anci "The Insiders install
in
Jing
C ouniy Cussler, Toresi
J
-Journal.
Goodin
ll Siephenson. Clarice Jan. 7! i10 U. S. Coin Values
$50 theTwinFaHsSenlorCer
ienteraie;
Scot sponsorships are $5
c a n c e r p a t i e n t s fu n d
cl River Journal,
by James W.«rek.
I la Diuiid .SyiUb, Amy G uard I
Leader and Vi'oodn
ponFirst,
D
on
a
n
d
Ruth
ca
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ad
i.
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plaque
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itn
th
e
spor
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Rahe;
nize 2005 sen- Jan Burke. JU
“Ch;
;rs Houwill again rtcogniz
- Tiic C n ficts
Tlioniiii. Hr>wi 'lidv
th e sccond, Doris W atts an
and Ruby
m ore inform alion. call sor’
so s nam e will be placed o n th
Goodkind, Jd."A
A.UileyTolman. Ilreil
‘
ift show
iors by printing heir
tliei photos.
liciiiL" is hosiiiiK a craft
,s1\ireo,Ma;yV.m/eipcl, . -nttendai
can Grimes; third. BeverW
b;
back
o f each scat.. Checks1 ca
dy B uriu
looled student
M incite U^altei
sday nnd
Any liome-schoc
froiij r>lo H p,in. V,'c*dncsda'
K risofb
itadd and
B obette
P la n k ^
b e m ade payable to Tlie Mod
iding a private joy Fielding,:ndd.
“Tl Hayden Wiillef,
itsday to
o r student attcndii
10 a.m. to
p.m. ’nrntsd
n., Itu-vsell Wilson, Coliy o f ScaiU
Send fourth/flfthUe,M mdne)
H atter Theatre C om pany. Sen
e Watkins
ilacled by th e
w. HulTa, “Daii
school not coniac
April 3 at th c ’IWin Tailss Couniy
O
n an c e le b ra te s
{J
M oscon
n e o r and Beverly R eeti and
id Madevited to send in
LuanneIUce.“B
ve.
new spapers is inviu
l-jiirgrounds, 215 Talr Ave.
>ladd line Saw aya a n d Ma
ia ry Lee ■
C i ^ e s s nam e' lo T hc Mad
b ir th d a y
bl
"Ct
their photo to Ind
Incu de in Uie Roberts,
All proceeds from a ;silent
Theatre C om pany, E(
E a Pfefferie.
IN FALLS-Virgil Mnlonc Halter
[f
nated by
publication o f seriior
sen
photos.
lu diard Nonli
auction, w ith item s donati
3303.
Thc next U nit 400) Imeetihg
1748, Twin Falls, ID 83301
m icipatllie deadline IsApr
_ _ _
o f IW ln Falls Box
“
area businesses a n d panic
■
House Next 1
For
m
ore
information,
call
Mai
Mark
will
b
e
held
itoril
10
a
tti
t tbe TWin
will celebrate
^
lefit the
E-mail ihe pholo
ilo lin a jp g fo tn i,c„ si< U o n s
’ ing crafiers, will benerii
Falls Senior C enter witi
42(
4th h m d i
his 90th birth- G
.G;oodm an ot 733-1699 o r 420*
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m at), along with
Ih nom o an d
bvH catlicrC ra
Maj>ic Valley Cancer Pr
and so d al hour b e inning
^
at
lack, W ind" by a iv e Guide 2
f
day from 11 '5516..
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co n ta c i p h o n e! ni um b£[-.,to
limcrgcncy l-und.
noon nnri ih c gnmp at I p jn .
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B K i j S o jn . to 2 p.m.lent [email protected]
‘Ilierc also will be a slleni
»Tmnsw ai
Newcomeis
are
welo
:
Hail,
“lagliteen"
by
G
uide
I
■ 5 M M Thursday a t O
u ffic e o n A g in g
inobrich
m ail lo T he Hm ej
tion to help W endy Sdino
no
c
h
o
r
^
For
infbrma
nation
or
"Chainfirc" by Terry 2005."
die TWin Rills gi
su^oTing
BoxS^S.TVvinFalls,
<
of 'IVvin Falls, w lio is siifl
s e e k s v o lu n te e r s
p>HtT|Apinlp ng»l»tnnr<»j
^
!,caIlMax
"Acid Row" by
For n
Senior Center,
rganizers
For m ore Infon
from Wdncy failure, orgar
assia T hotppsonat735-830a
a
530 Shoshone
^ BUHLEV - U io Mlnl.Ca33l
-123-412;
v e Ilunch
P atM orcanionioat
say. I Icr friends will serve
1.1735.3208.
S ; fI Lliters,
icE ■'I'uppet" by
jiun’
OQlce o n A g i^ nee d s volur
StW
.
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wilh proceeds going to0 a fund
M ending” .by
te
ers
age
55
a
n
d
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ld
e
r
t
M done w as
'
h o ld s
for her.
and' “D eanDance
Ko witli Me" by T.F . lilt
senior d tiz e n s to th
n oon o i c
H a n s e n lib r a ryy a1d d s
b o m M arch transport
V
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ora n n tt. —
l
Tor m ore Inform ation
'
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stein. Book
1.“
doctor,
h o s p iu l p h a rm a c
IM
3 1 , 1915 .
d<
cancer fund, call Larry
E
•'Conviction"
by
“ akm
y Baxter
bOOkS tO ShelVfi
Adult imn-fli
store an d other places.
WENDHLL - T l u j An
American
Friends a n d
rtli
I’atterson,
“Tlie
TWIN
;md Andy Hall a t 737-241
c H ansen Com*
nals o f Patrick
VoIunttiCTs
are
p
a
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for
thc
th
d
r
Legiqn
4
th
District
will
rillb o ld a
•n't^TaS'’
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A
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N
-n
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fvlary or Joelenc Jones at
Cl D oor" by A nnc M a nr are invited. Malone rem unlty Ubrary, 120
12C Maple Ave. Lynn MacGrcgt
spring m eeting Satur
tirdoy at
noglfls.
• “mileage.
9571. .655-4231 o r 9-18-04
ons,
‘'Killing
Kelly"
1-0403 at
w ., h as a d ded new
ew b o o b to its Animals: a Me
For m ore Inform adoD ,, ca
call V * n c l^ P o st4 U 6 I0 Wv:lm ^
the Ccnficrs Itoutique.
Graham,
“Suspidon
shelves:
Smith, ‘Chlckc
Kitty Andrews a t 878-0727 ob r eI Registnitlon starts at
it 10 a m
s
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.
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ly Barbara Porker,
ilo th rc 'b y jo h n
GricvingSoul,’
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maiJ h er at kkarsvp^pm torg.
irg.
w ith a n all*you-can-ei!
■eat B0 19
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T lm e s J ^ e w s I n v ite s3
h t fo r P a ris T h e a tre
T.Lescroat,"TTieGo
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an d sandw ich lunchi
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S e n i cO R C A L E NDI A R
—
ContJtuiedfromES
th ink about Is wliy
y 1I shouldn’t leave m e to fend
I
ndform
yself.
„
Exerdse, 10-30 am .
bccausc lovc Is a like a ck
cloud hove w orn Jeans. I sh
should have
Bccausc w henien I do the madi,
IW in M il
T h r e e I s la n d
that doesn't lift until yonI say
sa< "I w o rn a suit, someL
le th ln g that It adds u p likec tlthis: 'Thirty-two
Dinner
I served from noon lo
S e n i o r C e n te r
says, “I'm m aturee now and years ago, I w a is
do." -It’s very h ard to see ob/ecobj
spp c rfra lo n .
1230 p.m.
n. Suggested donadon is
492 E. Qcvcland Avc., G!
Glenns
ebody. e q u ip p ed .to move
tivcly w hen you love somebc
/e forward." 'The perfect sm]
smile. Theperfiict
$3.50forse
senIois.The cost Is SS for
Feny
It's Bood to have somebt
icbody Stephen says wc wan
a n t to marry disposition. T he
het perfect w eight
n on lo seniors
sc
under 60 ond
Meals served a t noon Moi
Ionday,
volved In tne spring o f2005.
vrfios n ot em otionally Invol'
)3.
Bcaudfulandblaj
blameless.
$2.50ford
■childrcnunderl2 .
^308 Senior Ave.
Ail
dinners
are
ac
noon.
Sug<
gi
"lUcsday
an
d
Thursday,
b
I
nod.
Rev.
Cherry
look at th e fac ts.'
rry says he'll Yet one m a n —
open M onday
^
n — the first m an
Pool room
rc
ages vnth meals. Rides
es arc
: ‘Tliese classes are goingg lo
10 b e • let u s know m uch d o s e r to our in m y life — w as
8 a m . to 4 p.m. 8 csied
* ^ donation S3 for seniors.
rasi never diero for
dirougli Fri(lay,
Ft
Menus:
available by phoning the cenicr
o
ome o f d a te w hen private ses:
room available for telcvlj"'
LoungcKX
. hard-hitting," h e says. "Som(
sessions with
me.
in at366 to 2051. S u g ^ te d1 ddonaMonday:
Medltcrraneon
luzzlcs and reading.
them arc going to b e toug h .... If h im will b c ^ and1f^ves us the Now, this worn
m m dh, this stubsion. pu:
ilmon, rice, broccoli, direec- tion is $3 for seniors, $5
$5 for
■
wiU be. o pen salm
pod gives it to m e, I’m goinf
3ing (0 OK to begin our wedt
eddingplanborn.
opinionated,
B a rg :^ Center
C
non-sctiiocs
a
n
d
S2.50
for
Dr
chil*
ean
sahd.
bread,
pudding
s
d
ir
o
u
^
Fridays.
9
a
m
.
ning.
•
^ v e itto y o u ."
M o n d i^ tl
card-carrying; m em b er o f
TUcsdaw Vegetable beef soup,
p, dren u n d e rI2 .
assisBut. I realize Stepl
Stephen on^l I like thisi n&
lers w idi a furry
to4ixm .
cp hcn won't W dght Watchers
P
.
■‘
. salac
Menus:
liad. muffins, dessert •
form olly propose( .u
.i n til he's upper lip a n dd cch in whiskers,
tant pastor. H r’s o ne o f uus—in
se,
Monday: Salmon loaf
if widi
Wednesday: Clief's choice,
ay: • Italian Meatball
hls early thirties an d cool
jlppie o - bouglit the ring.
-will stand befoi
cfore » m o n - a
norgasboid
dieesc saucc. a u gratin pota
3tatoes,
h.mixcdvcgetab!es,£nilt
pie.
And he pays casli
ill .for every- suangcr not so lo
1- spinaiih, fruit an d Jcll-O, brc;
iread
Thursday:
Meatloaf, mushiddmgwidicookic
Th
lafraid thing, so who knows
. He’s also h onest and unafr
ws how long vows never to wal
)om navy, potatoes, vegetables,
s,
TUesday: B eef tips, noo
oodles,
ay:
Lasagna.
green
salad.
,
roo”
iences. th a t will take?
to shore his ow n experienc
My bag is p a c
)ssed
salad,
rolls,
peaches
beets,’
brussels
sprouts,
U
Jell-O,
’
vegetables, cobbler.
<oss<
He's b een m a rrie d for: ni
n in e
Rev. Cherry caution
ions die m en trip to O ceanJl <city, Md., as
F irad ibiread
n;
fruit bread
ycors,vhas three kids and
id hi as to take tlicir time and
I it right: Stephen has oske
id do
Aawities:
^ T h u rs d a y : Roasc beef
if and
csday: Roast pork, pota^
- fro m
"Don't propose in th e parking'
Ocean Q ty? In
taken tJils d a s s himself—fn
Monday:
Pool, 930 a m .
gravy, w hipped potatoes, mbxd
n
I gravy, Jcll-O salaa, egg
^
icny.
Jot. How you treat sor
his father. Pastor Iohn Cherry
som ething Is don't ask quesdor
dons.H cplani.cd
„u.dcsscS
vegetables, Cossed salad, pears,
p
Pinochle,
1230 p.m.
en
PiJ
to th
die trip, an d I'm
Later, h e launches into
i e w hal It becomcs."
I m ju st happy to
n im s dday:
a Salisbury steak, poWild
bread
W onc. 6 p.m.
ess in
After class, I feel aass if I've just have som c d m e1Ctitogether.
tlirce principles o f success
tatoes ond
Tuesday:
Pool,
930
am
.
id gravy, com, salad oaf,
‘I'J
marriage, tlic first being unc(
incon- firilshcd a workout — a litde bit At 9:30 a m ., vre
Pool,
. Activities:
•w cw alkdow nM
bowlntpci
)cars.cookic
Po 1 p.m.
sore, but saiisflcd.
Im told.aguyw ill
dillonmlovc.
Br
Street, VN^iere, I'm
Bridge, G30 pm .
Monday: Thx aide. 1 lo 41p.m.
p
I recognize a couplc
pie from our be waldng to ^ v^vc
c u s a key tQ his
AclMto
ia;
"W hen y o u w ere bboorn.
TUesday: Quilting, 1 p.m.
W
Wednesday:
Pool. 930 a.m. '
1.
lir be*
class at a Hiesday' night
ni
Massages,
10 am .
Saturday: Tl«ai(rc. lO am
Bible beach property,
Momma stroked your hair
I
jn .to 4
ly. Ort our way,
Monclay
ay:Quildng
M;
p.m.
ShufIlcboard,6p.m.
g o n . No,she Stephen suggests
» ts I drop by die
Eitcrdse
cause she loved you, gave: you
yo a study. She has a ringo
seclass
Sh
Tliursday:
Quill sodal. a am .
TUesday
h a s two rings on. T hey’re al- Paris Alexandersrdd ay spa downay:nckcfIUcsday
Tli
bottle because she lovedJ you,
yi
Pool,
pressure
.
Po 930 am .
town.
,
Bloodpr
n you
ready married?!
changed you. and, when
y
te
-Dl(
Blood prcssurc, 11 am .
Thxaide
lurcry
^I’s been two mlonths
on
since
Earlier in th ehe week I m encried, she responded to your
i
TOPS.
csdawQuUdng
TC 4 p.m.
th a t I wanted tb
Wfcdncs<
^itial group dass
ass. I’ve* fclt doned lo him thj
bccausc sh e loved you.I. You
Y
Pinochle,
7 pm .
uddub
Pii
:cs diere. When I
EU“ Cart
127E.WiHow,FaltilcM
Rev. Cherry , check o ut prices
p e w u p thinking that lovcc is
Is all engaged ever since Rc
»>dass
Noon meals are servedITUcs1
ct."
gave us the thumlb
bss up. but see a w om an a tIttlld ie from desk, I
of those things th at you get."
iay: Center pinochle. 1 H ag
days, Wednesdays ond Frii
Thursda;
•ridays. •
isklng about inquire a b o u tt s;sp a packages.
everybody keeps askl
It occurs to me. whilee he's
h
■nicccnierIsopcnfrt)m9 to 2 o n
[ going
lo get Stephen leans in
in.'.“W ehaveolitn t for
th e rin g .W h en am Ig
o
talking, tliat m y blueprint
:
MOELokc
I'J'
\
14'
.
meal
days.
The
cost
of
die
i cal
em
don't you get o
Tl«alde
de time, why do
m y ring?
marriage doesn t Include. servse:
D
f
Dpen 8 a m . to 2 p.m. Mon­
_
for non lo seniors is S3.50:
0: diUIt’
t ’s now a m anicure o r som
jmtediing?"
.
Ice. ,
I've
eys, Wednesdays and Fridays,
0. 'Hie
year
i
ir bbefore our "Now, baby, ’,w w c don't have
. Imagined all o f
i n d l Is served at noon andd dren un d er 10 are S2.00.
lose 60
dding day, tim e for that. W(
We have to get
C o i||n
(ondays, Wednesdays and Frl- suggested donadon for thos
chc
perks:
A f t ee rr c l a s s , I f e e l
»30.
rll 30, 2005, moving lo bea tttraflic"
tn
som eone
to
lys. Suggested donation is $3, years o f age an d older is $23
<ainSt,Buhl
5;
Mentis:
I I’m betUng • “We have son
so m e time," he
3n to seniors S4 and diildren
make love to
nes ijjf I ’v e j u s t
JS'!,!;
Tuesday:
Chili,
com
bi
bread,
will
formally
.
says,
idcrl2,S2.
me, talk to me,
■Q
o-w I
salad,
fru
it
dessert
iposc.
I
The w om an bebeliind die desk
Mcnits:
hang out w iih
f i n i s;hhce d a w o r k o u t
ly: Meaiballs. rice, vegw,
Wednesday: Cream o f chli
hickcn
de a n ap- jum ps in. “Caria,"
Monday: Pork ribs, saueridaut,.
la," she says, “you
me.
mil. dessert
, ”
V soup, ^ e d cheese sandwii
ivichcs,
rgetables, fmit, salad, bread,
Jk ed fo rad ay o f
I n t m e n t have b een bookci
Someone to
— n1 ilii t t l e b i t s o r e ,
ly: Baked lurkey, dress' salad, tnilt, dessert
s se n
h my magipampering."
make th e big
nbcrry, noiatocs a n d
^
inc. crank
Wednesday: Qiicken ond noon, Tonya, lor
"What? ButIt w hat about
g r m ^ eiciablcs,
t
bucks an d p u t
b lltft
uult, d essert'
U f c s a tis f ie d .
5
Activities:
es, vegciables, salad, fruit, rolls,
It
brown
Ocean City?"
m a in m y big
^ a y : Cook’s choice.
’
Tuesday: Pool
asert
h lighis In
"We'll get the
highll;
there." Stephen
soup
house.
QuUdng, 9 a m . to 2 p.m.says,
heavy
niy Ihair. I’m
Someone to move the hea
lay: Pork diops, polaTtiursda’
Jigsaw puzzles
len'sfavoriie
I
give
him
th
5
C,
kill
goingto
w
earS
iep
h
en
th e bcorest of
iocs a ndd ' graw, applesauce,
stuff, take o u t tlie garbage, I
Cards
back, afler bearhugs before
lonor,
dress.. Awhile bi
relih e leaves. “Oil,
vegetables.
the bugs, li^ it for my lion
s . bread, dessert
W ^ e s d a y :P o o l
baby, diank you!"
p ,an
e obliquely
i
- hold my purse while I shop,
ai d so m e prodding, h,e
Quildng, 9 a m . (0 2 p.m.
Eden
thin- volunteered diat I'd know
kn
ssage and facial, 1
/Itriw'fics;
w hen
Afterm ym assaj
to:
tell me I've never looked thi
Jlgsawpuzzles
donations for sen-V
;e h e "would am handed a sci
sealed envelope
Tbday: Buffet.
B
1 p.m. Seniors, , Suggested
Sui
3n rm y
bccause
ner. But I haven’t dwelled on
Gamesrs
is
i3.
All
meals
Indude
sakid,
ragc60.S.l.50.
lorsL
s
e
n
d
someone"
to
gel
get
me.
Buc
and
disposabi
lablc
camera.
$4,
under
aj
rcsponsibUitles.
I'
Tliursday; Art class, 9 am
m..
ssert, fm it milk and coffee,
iy :^ r d s e .lO a jn .
‘*‘-.‘ss<
you to lake picMonday:
ige in a bot- "Stephen w anls:sy(
ive to th ere was no message
Kcv. Cherry says I'll liave
■;
IW d O T ;^rcisc,730am .
lesdays are cookie and bread'*
^^es<
Cards, 66110 9 p.m.
only tie <oday r« |u e stin g;Il m
r eet him. tures o f yo u rr dday," m y spa
lovc Stephen througli nott or
ftKll
ikc days and Wednesdays ore
Tuesday:
ly: Quildng, 8 a m . lo 3
rlc calls m e
attendant says,
lisap- Just another day. He
m isunderstandings,
dlsa
^
Quilting, 9 a m . 10 2 p.m.
dnn<
nnamon roU and maple bar
nvclope. In it is 0
pnL
n. 1I disguise
I open the cnve
ludes, ■
in die afternoon.
Il^ a w puzzles
polnfments a n d bad aitliudi
ikc days.
bake
stafTat the Daily
Crafts, 1104
1 1 p.m.
incCT, n iy disappointm entIt by
I saying letter from d ie sta
b u t possibly through cano
sdiMlixcndsc. 10 o jn --------- Mcmis:__ ____________________
c-had-our-first-------Wedn(»l
..... .................... G rill,-where-wvc-:
impo-— I'm sick.------------------------layofe-m iscaniages and imp
TUesday:
Ham.
m
ashed’^
l
a
­
r’s Market, 5 lo 7 p.m.
•
ing, o n my date. They’re ta!
taking care of
T h e n o n e evening
tence. We m ake vows toI God
Gi
cs and gravy, peas, frtiit salad,
loy:Q uildng,0ani.to3 toes.
rte r
will be delivered
Tliunidtr
irk. I Slop at lunch loday. It wil
- thal wc will take care o f am
n ilim- w ay hom e from work,
spin:
tinach salad, cake and ice
side, a guy to die spa. I can
e a n 'tb c U c e h e i
P th e drugstore. Insldi
7021 llh SL. Rupert
perfect person for life. The focus
foe
cam
I
io
3
p
jn
.
crcar
done all dils.
ays.
vfimts to know m y nam
nc e, says
Meals are served ot noon
3n and
should n ot be o n self, he says
Thursday: Homburgers, loma:
Exerdse,
10
a
m
.
.
Th
...................... About 2:45, I’m
I’m o n die chaise
.I'm v ery au ractiv e.___
hom e delivered upon reqi
XJUCSt
Principl»l\vohDono(4wBanxan
to SO
soIu p baked cheese sandwich,
1 thank him a n di m
r ake my longue, ^ g e r l y ti
ges are
Ious.
rec-bean salad, peach pudding' Juice ond assorted beveram
served every day with meals,
aisle. He foi- zinc pages w ith
Us. Gift
niar- w ay doivn another alsl
Outside o f salvation, ni:
shop
hours
aro
Monday
thrc
ir o u ^
'
he
can
call
polished
nails,
v.
:,
w
hen
my
ccU
.222
Main
ilnSL
.
baiest
lows.
He
asks
m
e
if
h<
riage is th e single ^ a t (
Activities;
7
Friday,
9
a
m
.
10
3
p
j
n
.
.
'ctd n g m ar- phone rings. It's'sSi
Stephen.
Dinners
rs served a t noon on • Wednesday. Bake Day Bingo, 7
m e. I tell him I'm gett
decision we’ll ever rhake,, Rev.
Ri
Thiu^days. Sug* nm
Tuesdaysi and
a
jdged ried. He says diere's5 ni
n o ring o n '
"Hey, sweets,IS, I'm stuck in
Cherry says. Wc will be judgi
m..
M o n d ^ Salad, enchllo
jnadon; $3 for senlore. ^
liodas,
n’l Ib e able to gel
Rested don
n iy finger. I say not yel.
yet
trafDc and w on’t
and our lives will ^ ,m o a ssured
ur
meals are
rie n d Loretta Is
Home lo) delivered
i
cans he still you, So m y frier
He insists diat m cai
by tliis relationship.
TUesday: C o l(^\v , b w ffstew,
s
o u iu p ."
available each
ea meal dme.
,ys, 11- h as a diancc. For aI m om ent, 1 going lo pick y ou
“BUI and Hillary," h e says,
(
biscuits,
brownies
ta?~
Menus:
tu'rc righl.
“Who's Loretta?'
hoicc th in k . Maybe you'i
. lusirating the im pact tlie choi
ly: Baked ham. polaW ednesday: Salad, chic
[licken .
TOcsdayi
lives.' M oybe y o u -d o atlil
tiil h a v e -a
“She'sa friendido
o fm ln e.of a m ate will have oriour live
210
N.
Rail
SLW.,Shoshonc
toes, peas
IS and carrots, jellied
£**
fried steak, m aslicd potat
tatoes,
II H
Hev. Clicr"Dut."
p o se, chance. Then I recall
Tlic last principle Is purpos
Orange ju ia \ milk and coffee country gravy, rolls, vegembh
read and bulier, fruit
bles
ATOtairs at 3:30.
n c n in die
“Just be downs
rried? ry urging die womci
rved daily.
\
Wliy arc wc getting marrie
T h u i»lay: Cottage chc
heese,
isuaction of She’ll be waiting."
>c will
class to avoid die d isu
Me tuts:
Anything w itiiout a purpose
w
'8Thursda’
lay:
Fried
chicken,
laco
salad,
lb
(a
s
toast,
mous;
usse
diam ond rings, weddL
Iding dressQlck.
TUesday: Liver and onions,
fall apart, hu says.
■aw. maslied potatoes, , .*¥
ftiday:
Smorgasbord
Stuck In traillc
p ? M le re w a s
blo. I es an d d f t n ^ t r i e si.. I Dash m y
cd potatoes, buttered com, carNow I’m really In trouble,
satid, rolls and butter,
nile and go he? I gel myselffto
to(g e d ie r,b u tn o
I'vc-had-enough smili
I sddcs, pear salad, aonbcrryy
S J S to
can't articulate wliy I want to get
g
Activities:
one’s ot die d o o rrw
V a id n g .Ip cc r
S ggar
i ; cookies
married. 1 can take care of,f m y. hom e.
MondiM Exerdse, 10 amn..
Just down the street.
Wednesday: QiiU hot dogs, rclT h e wedding is! now
r
:l. II sec a limo o
tfim m o
pelf. 1have a good job. Ch God,
Go
Pinochle, 1 to 4 p.m.
a u1 iray,
n key lime pie
Hey, ihero’s a
J e r o ml ee S e n io r C e n t e r
ly, an d I’m few feet away.^ I-i
maybe I didn't think thiss ooine sev en m onths away.
Vlfcdnesday: Exerdse. 10'Ojn.
a
St Avc. E
You
don’t sec
212FIret,
(Cited about wom an driver.r. Y
<
b o th nervous ond excit
lhrougli.The best I can do Is
Is say
&
Pinochle, i t o 4 p.m.
mers served a t noon.
Aci
Activities:
All dinni
o u r first private'm eet
eedng widi diat too often, i I siscon die block
th atilo v c him.
Thursday: SMIBA, 10 a mn ..to 4 ‘
I
donation
is
S3.
Mo
person.
Sufficstedd
Monday:
Exerdse,
9
a
m
.
aid
to
Rev.
Cheriy.
He
w
ants
[Its
10
know
•
for
dlls
Loretta
pei
I love that h e wasn't afraid
p.m. Call GOTrge, 436 to 9107
07.
Col
Coirec,930am.
}d ie w oman.
Meiuixth at w h at wc believe die oil
other’s pur“Carla?" calls dn
lell me h e loved me.' I lovee th
W day; Exercise, 10 am .
iy:Bccfstcw, fruit EastQu
Quilting,
10 am . lo 3 p.m.
lives. He . “Yes,"Isaycaud
audously.-Lorctiw lh o p o s e Is in o u r li
Pinoclilc, 1 lo 4 p jn .
helsonoid-fasliloncdm anw
5. biscults’
TU(
Tuesday:
Pinochle, I p.m.
on
ta?"
h n
m y en courages us toJ stay
:
shared Ills intentions with
Bingo,
7
p-m.
y. Mollbu cliicken. po^
Wednesday:
Snack bar, 6 p jn .
track—holy, as in untouchcd,
un
"Yes. Stephenm :h a s scm ror
motlicr.
id gravy, green b e iis ,
Eai lo bird bingo, 630 p!m.
Early
[—and'^vcs
you."
(1 nic
a n d Christ-ccncered—i
I love thot they (accused
n
I
I. cinnamon rolls
Bin 7 p.m.
Bingo,
Ch
and
I walk slowly yt<t o t h e l l m o u .
from the room and. to this (lay_
da> I u s homework. Rev, Cherry
sday: Chiii, Jell-O fruit.
xiti
Tliursday;
Exerdse,
9 am .
Tientofkinsine. Loretta looks
Id. /All S tephen share a m om
e
o k sa m m n l.
carrolcake,
have no Idea w hat'they said.
:e,combrcad
Col
Coffee,
930 am .
scovcr diat
“What is goingigon
c ? W h e rea re
i,too.
sh ip when iliey discc
Thursda)
2421
O
vcriand
Avc.,
Biulcj
I know is that she loves him,
(o
ley
lay: Frcnch dip sandFriday: Pinochle, I p jn .
ly. Oh
wc going?"
ble a s *hcy sliare a biiiliday.
i Lord,
Menus:
I lovc that he sees the Bible;
. , , ,
wich, augn
gratin potatoes, peas,
11nnever win
“lust sit back cara n d relax, slie
beddilnking, now I’ll
apple salad,
Monday; H ot turkeysandw
dwidi.
I do; Words to live by. not bei
id. bread pudding
says.'
_
• potacopacdes,fruitbabycar
arrots,
tim e fables. H e rem indss m
n e afig lit.
lughhom eTen m in u tes s li later, Loretta
,;ih.
As I look back mroug
Aaivilics:
CK
Orange
On
juice, milk and coffece dessen
dally of m y beauty and worth.
notes pulls up at oiu-r St
id ll
tlie w ork and handouts1 and
oj
Starbucks. She
Monday:,
rvedddly.
Tuesday: Potato soup, Reu
y:A eroblcs,llajn.
servo
cuben
He forccs m e to grow, and
lething
beopens
die
door
ani
a
n
d
moUons
for
Gem
Staii
sandwiches,
frog
eye
salad,
M
e
n
u
s
lore
I
In
m
y
Journal,
somcll
ace
Fiddlers
Me
j, h r j
closcr I get to him. tlic more
m e to go In.
T\icsdm^
y: Pinochle, 1 p.m.
Monday:
Mo
Pork roast mashed1 dazcccakc
ly sin com es clear to me.
am exposed. Rev. C lienysays:
Wednesday: Sweet and1 !sour
ud. 6:45 p jn .
pouiti
uiiocs and gravy, green beans,:,
. Tliere’s a good
Eariybiid
nol die dayU's almost 4. Tl
allow
• M yblgccstfearisnoi
marriage you have to tulo
tos5C<
Stephen—a t die
Bingo, 7r pp.n t
;scd sahd, pineapple upside2 chicken, broccoli, rice, fruit
fi
to crowd. I see SlCf
noth- to-day o f marriage:: having
h
yourself to be so close to anotl
m r,6pjn.
down
talked for two
Snackbar
wncakc, ice cream
apple pie
icn, consid- uible where w ec m
crson check in with S tephen
erpcrson that that othcrpcrsc
crobIcs,llam .
Thi
rhursday:
"Rico soup, comI
Thureday: M eadoat baked
edpoW c d nsday:A
^
e r is u his opinionss a n d his hours m ore th am
n ttw o years liecan destroy your life.
le,7am
.
bread
»
d
,
piunpkinple
tatoes,
^
c
c
n
beans,
fhilt
sa
saiad,
latsulL
him before fore. Wearing th a t:
no ito feelmgs, talking to hlr
I love hlrn a n d I’m >vUUng
ay: Aerobics, I I oan.
lemon l ^
loday Is now. I
Thursday
m aking major purchs
± a se s, cnI know whot lo<
V isk it.Isd iaten o u ^ 7
W day; Fun lunch
iconiroUably. He
,
lis favorite begin to sob uncoi
if tl^
ih e d u rin g reruns o f his
^ At the ilnni class, 44 of
ikes, clean- stands u p and asks
asks m e lo comc
•
nain. stories an d corny Joke
Arlginid GI couples remoii
Actiirities:
shlng
over,
dcci- ln c u p a fte rliim ,v ra sh
i 0 sink
!Now w c an n ounce tiie dcc
M
ondw A U play pool lOo
3 am .
72IThlrdAve.S.,HaiIcy
He tries to con
console me. He
full o f dishes afler o
onn c o f his
jslons we've made.
.,K lniixaly
Ma
Pinochle, 1 p jn .
Menus:
J I O ^lnStN
,
earing our wipes my tearstaonn d tells m e it
ledge g o u rm e t meals, bear
Some couples acknowledf
ilTec and tea served.
Tbe
Thx h d p by appointmentt
lUesday: Hot roast beef sandk im c ' children, balding; medical wiil be oil rig h t, 1I ccan't stop cry4liat they need m ore time. Son:
TUcsday:AllpIaypooUOo
3 am .
wich.
di. n u ^ e d potatoes, creamI
Ivlhg cco- ing. I know w hat tc
ujccs em ergencies, survivli
want to d e a n "Up tlicir finana
y: Poiaco soup, hom style
i
Dominoes, 10 ojn.
ie com.
coleslaw, an g d food1
no m ic downturns, o3rr forgiving
1
or finish school first. Some have
ha\
, Jcll-O widi fruit, cook- c ^ccvwith strawberries
Computer class, 1 pjn.
Fielder is asslsiai
slant a n dinxlor
n o t lapses in judgment.
resolved to be friends andj ni
(Lm.
Wjodcarving
class,
6
30
a
r
Wednesday:
Bacon
an
d
vegIt’s d ie possibilityy th
i at one ofThcWashinglor,
rto n f te tM a s o W ednesd
rfay; SpaghetU w i *
„ ai,](
many.
BIngo,7pjn.
ibles quiche, hashbrown1
zine
m eat sauce,
X, green beans, tossed
^
‘ho*'t, ^h e m i^ it
■ Stephen an d 1 stand. All I can
ca
W i ^ i u s ^ All play pool
sserole, salad bar, biscuits,
K ll.lO
salad, gorlJ
irllc bread, peaches,
tun.
sh fmit salad,' lemon b ^
cookies
Pinodilc, 1 p m Horn
^Activities:
M doy:H
i and s c a l l o p poThuradoy: All ploy pool^
01, 10
---------------------tatoes, che
hecse troy. Harvard
am .
Vfanday:
Wal-Mort
9
a
m
.
csalad, lemon puddlnA
/«-_
....
bccts,frultsi
renter
dosed
E
x a d sc ,lI:1 5 o jn .
Becker said. “T hose! that
tl
have
1 wouldn't do ltt “ Ron said. "It pcanutbutU
Continued (torn E l
ittcr cookies
^
N l ^ pinochle, T pjn;
[Uesday: Exerdse, 130 p m .
town,
b ut if we
roam out- does dc you do
w
li]nh- fadlldes d iat Ict petsJ rc
o f dogs because theyVe hlgl
W
un.
A otednesday:'nacs.lOajn.to3»•• Friday;A Ilplaypool.lO an
n ^
sid e ore One. And If your
}
vay. wc just sit
ActiviHcs:'
pet want to get avray
energy' ho said. T n e y nec
a
PIno< Jile.lpjn.
cn o o r aim block
Monday:;
n e e d s to have a m e di liam condl- dow nw ldiacalcnc
H M m ccU ng,7pjn.
regukir exerdse.”
[huraday;
Exerdse,
130
p
jn
.
B in g o ,lp jn .
■
Tuesday:!
p B in m 7 p u n .
ec
tever
m onitored, th enn th
ti a t^ th e out a tim e to takkcofE'.
Oh m y Visits, -I do whatev(
iv e m a d e a lo to f
E x a d se,!
^10;30a^l.
J j* '" "
Tho Wards have)
Vie ow her w an ts done." R
Roon w a y to g p .
tday: Gin Rummy, 1
aids. In a way,
Wednc«dj
ts iarc o co - fbur-Iegged friend
and cats
-Wtol said. “If they w ant mDeC to
t
P^. ,
K y rc n io re Bcv says, It^ likeehluav in g d o zcn s
'walk the dog, th a ts v\4iat I djo."
a " • tu res o f habit, a n d they
B
x
o
d
s
l
^
10-30
ojn.
n
u
la
r
sitfo
f
pets.
c o m fo rtab le in -fa m
Roi\ typically m akes tw o visits
vlsii
ly: NA meedng, 7 p o a
rscverance a n d .
Padencc, p ersw
o day, w hich c a n last front a fe
Eiingo,
1 1 5 0 a m .,
L
a
N
a
A
L
» tall com c ih
“
" ’S f v & B O . h . uto. (he.pet- good Instm m cc
^ u t c s 10 a h a lf h o u c ■
e ,lp jn .
s.
But
only
ono
s
ittin
g
business
spc)
i(?(Jn
after
handy,
ahe
says.
B
'I tu m th e lights bn at n l^
S p ee cc i a /
m
o
v
lr^
to
.JWin
RiIIs
1
Is'fro
n
t
Is*
thing
his
obsofutcl]
iond turn them off In (he rooiT
pet-sltters.
landPaifc.
Ing," he sold.
Tteats."
per
T h e ir s o n h a d a jpet-carc
niQ Waxdfl d ta rg tf $101pc
.naOtyHa
ltaiUy&Andy Ham
d u r in g t h o ml o tn t h o f M a r c h
n o thal^no
• ••
emergency, and found
v isit V etcilnaiy boarding fee
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April
b
e
,
in
-h
o
m
e
seiviccs
odstc
Isted
In
the
The Ward^ petxt-sitting bust,-m m
locally genem lly average be
.
t u i F u n a N. |»9i
are
a
a
t
the
time.
i
ll. ' ■
ness. Four Pemas C
Critter Sitters.
, .(H Q
■•CvMOOMfenUOT
twixn $10 a n d $20 a da)t
*Itb som ething th at
i t lIe n j o y o r
am be readied a«733.S
t 7.
ra7.
tt
4 ■ \^KxA>a W ttcoittI
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agerman Senior Center
West End
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silver and Gold
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W rS sS ;
ir Senior Haven
Filer:
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Senior Citizen, Inc.
Golden Heritage
Senior Center
Ilchfleld Senior Center.
Blaine County
Senior Center
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Fel
roy, w h ic h c a m e to Twin F alls Inn i1 9 2 0 , Is p ictu re d In a b o u t 1 9 33 3 . In b a c k fro m le ft a r e Irm a Fellon,
Em m a S m ith , B e th
T h e A in sw o rth c la n of Caroy,
ry aain d A da B o p p . In fr o n t , from I le ft, a re Bill, Roy,
t h e 1 4 o th e rs ), L e o n a M c C ro ary
•B ell, A nn ie M o rris ,T h e re saa M a u d o A insw o rth (m o th e r o f th
t h e fam ily w a s e v ic te d fro m Its h om e w h en re tu rn in g
r ily 's fa th e r d ied In 1 9 3 0 , a n d th
H ow ard, D eo, M el, Len, Jo se p h a n d F red A in sw o rth . T ho fa
fam
r t h s lived fo r a tim o In t h e cany
rlciiia C o g sw ell, a g r a n d d a u g h te3rr co l T h e resa M a u d e . T h e A lnsw o rtli
inyon b e lo re th o fo u r
from th o fu n e ra l, sa y s P a trlc
Tw in F a lls h o m e for t h e ir m o thNer.
e r.
o lder b o y s p u rch a se d th is Twi
"
:Iecn this sele
i tion froi
:o'm
iers’
g our readei
Ij- old sera]
____ - i i -
b
0 ^ k _ s
0
-- -S b R 3,
few
y o u ’D find a fe
e n d u rin g themi
mes
of family:
T he
s h ip
m P
W
.
c o m p a n ii oo n e x t e nidd ie d
- r
fa m ilie s .
tio n
------ — t —
■
■
of
C o i l a b 'oo rr a to
w e a ■t ht h e r
'
H
•
■ : '§
e
o r e v i c t i o n . P r i d le
e in
E---------j i a ------------
f a m i l y . b u s i n e ssss te s .
A n d t h e f u n n y a nn ee c d o t e s — p e r h a pp ss 3
p e p p e r - i n - t h e - pp ii |p e
p r a n i c — t i i a t b r iig{ i? h t ^
r
en
th e
fa b ric
v .a ijB
5" I
f c 11
”
fja r0
a d v e r s i t y , li]<e a d e aa t h
rtMoCMIMJI aff »t*eu Lcooimu gl 1
Wllll
V llllam R . a n d C lo e Boll p o se wivlth
ith th e ir c h lld ro n — R o n ald , rigihh tt.
^ w re n c e , a t fr o n t le ft, a n d Clifford
f f o r d - I n a b o u t 1 9 1 0 In Twin F aalllls ;
Vllllam Bell w a s a d v ise d t o g o w e:
e st fo r h is h e a lt h , a n d h e did o n a
Wllll
fing a 1 6 -y o a r-o Id w ife a n d b aby sc
so n
1.99 0 '4 tra in fro m In d ia n a — leaving
lehlnd, sa y s g r a n d d a u g h te r PaUIrlcia
lcI C o g sw ell o f Tw in F a lls. Cloo
30 a n d
laby Jo in ed W illiam In 1 9 0 6 . ‘Qram
ira n d m o th o r l o d e fro m (th o rallroo a d
bab)
ta tltlo 'n a t) S h o s h o n e o n a now bblai
lac k m a r o w ith h o r b a b y In fro nntt o f
sta
h eo r; C o g sw ell s a y s . 'H e r co nd itio
Ilonn for c o m in g w a s t h a t G randdad
lad b u y
h o rna b lac k rid in g m a ro .' Tho youn^
}unger tw o s o n s w o re b o m w hiloI t h e
fam
i lived In a d u g o u t n o rth oiff Fll
amlly
Flier, w h e re W illiam h o m e s te a d e
mBmbers fiatho
Is IrIn t h o su m m e r o f a b o u t 1 9 3 3 . From le ft In fro n t a r e
th o r on a farm s o u th o f Tw in F a lls
B in a n d E d n a 0 'H a rro
le e nr O 'H arrow ( T h io b e rt); c o u sin
rrow\ , holding g ra n d d a u g h te r C o lle
;ln U n le O 'H arrow ; E s l Ben; an d G race a n d E arl ‘C a p ’' O
0 'H orro w , C o lle e n 's p a r e n t s ., Tl
T he tw o m on In b a c k
to lle F urm an , s i s te r ool
C alifo rn ia. 'W o o ro p o s o d In th eB front
fi
y ard w ho ro m y
E s to ilo 's s o n s : Ih
thoo Furm ans-w oro v is itin g fro m Calli
itill a Tw in F alls r e s id e n t . ‘I think
Ink th o c lo th in g s t y l e Is
b o u g h t th
thie la rm ,' sa y s C o llee n , w h o 's still
ty p ic a l o f farm fam ilies
s e d r e s s e s o f m y m o t h e r a n d1 g ra n d m o ther, a n d t h o
lies o l th e tim e — th o c o tto n h oj uuse
s tr ip e d o v era lls o l mnyy di ad a n d g ra n d fa th e r.'
f a m ily h is to ry .
I 3 u t y o u ’ll a l s o
Frai
F rank L. a n d E lla C o g sw ell a n dI th ie ir s o n . D a le , a r e p ictu re d In
abo
a b o u t 1 9 1 0 In Tw in F a lls. The fam ily c a m e t o Tw in F a lls In 1 9 0 9
b efo re b u ying a farm so u th o f K
Kliim sn d p u rc h a s e d a h o m e In to w nI,, be
t a n k C o g sw ell o w n e d a n a p a rtml e in t
boily In 1 9 1 4 . In la te r y e a rs, Franl
hO
jh t
h oUu se, a d riv e -th ro u g h se rv ic e s ta
t a tio n a n d a fu e l, tir e a n d freight
ope
r's w o rk e rs p lay e d a n April fo oIff
3 p era tlo n . 'O n e tim e Q ra n d fathtoo r'i
Joke
’sw iell, w h o s e h u s b a n d , R onald, Is a
o k o o n h im ,' s a y s P a tr ic ia C ogsw
ggrara:n d so n o f F ra n k . ‘S o m e o n e flllec
Illed h is p ip e w ith b lac k p e p p e r th e n
tam
la m p ed to b a c c o o n to p o f th a t , a s h e o fte n le f t h is p ip e on th e9
casI
a n d p ro c e e d e d t o sm o k o away,
: a s h r e g i s t e r . . . . Ho lit h is p ipe9 an
novi
a s w ro n g. T h e fu m e s from th o p<
io vo r l e ttin g o n t h a t a n y th in g w as
peppi e r m ad e th o p ra n k s t e r s ' e y e s wa'
w a te r s o m u c h th e y h ad t o go
let m an , b u t h e d id h a v e a g o odd
j u ts ld o . ... F ra n k w a s a v ery q u iet
ie n s o o f h u m o r.'
2
see
s o m e t h i n g t h a t ’s p £a r t i c u l a r t o t h e p i o n ee e r
.
e x p e r i e n c e . A t l e aa ssit a
c o u p l e o f t h e f a m liillii e s
/ uS I R j .
Smm J
sked
p ic tu re d
h e r e ris lc i
re lo c a tin g
in
rS '
f
h o m e s to n e w liv e s i n
new ,
i i n s e ttttllie d
p la c e —
p e r i i a p IS
s to
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a d e s e r t d u g o u t.
R e u n i o n s fo llo w
w (e d
t h o s e l o n g j o u r n lee sy s ,
a n d f a m i l y l i v e s to
t o (o k
r o o t i n d i e n e w s oQj[
il
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W illiam a n d V iola S p e n c e r, Burt
PIctuiQd In Twin Falla
L 1 9 1 9 , from lo ft In b o c k , a r ei Wl
Is Ifl
u rt a n d A lice D u n a h o e ,
E tha P e arl F ollon. a nndd E1 s th e r a n d A rch ie S p e n c e r. T h oe ic h ild re n In fr o n t a r o H aro ld C. Fellon a n d A rlo u ln e
lls fro m M o n ta n a — s o m o by c a r, a n d so m o b y tr a in
E. F ellon. T h e s e familly
ily m em b e rs oil c a m o t o TWln F aalls
a n d vvagon to S ho sh lo
o nno
i a n d a c ro s s th o S n a k e R lv orr bbyy ferry .
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A rtio Jo n e s,
a n d H ugo Joi
Jo n es
o ra
u p for
1 9 1 S p h o t:o
o is o u t h
o f Kim berly.
y.
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