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» t s a n d having to re:h ftill failitig five subjecu - th e penii costs, pea t £ e seventh ggrade. ia school dl ichers about his m torid e d ,” ' H e told th e teachi ;P h a r lw H ayden T m ij P IT T S B U R G H sived n o tes from them ing plan an d receivc :n .he w a ste d n o tim e w hen ! le arn e d h is H ayden 1 should each day.a b o u t the iie th in g s C hris need1 3 - y e a r - o ld s o n w a s in d a n g e r o f , Distric iialty is S2 to S5 f o r e ac>ol h in - ed to focus on. ,: h av e tut - flunldng. d a y m issed — plus c o u rt ;coi s a id letting C hristosnidy A dm inistrators1 sc H e t;u to r ^ th e t e e ni^^ g e r a t feast.two. stead o f ! dc iolated th e state la w ’s , p h e r o ut e arly viola ca r ^ J a n d b a lU c t: a rj u s t k in d o f dum b fo u nday. •h o u rs a d a y , rev ie w inig.fla^ g .f n said. a y m g , com pulsory attenda ndance provision. B ut tniylhologyin b is w oodw i . A b o iit 11 w ee k 's lat< rict o fficials said H ayden she )le, so H ayden rejected th thieir o ffer to let h im > la te r, m o r ^ th a n (£jbm e 1 u to re d b is son a fte r school t-c a m p u s -b c c a u s e -b e .m(d?e==tUlO£^i8={i5MhOIbC4 == = t t O - h o u r j w » r - » i u U y ^ ' feared it w o u ld b»e e ddistracting. 'v R ic itu 3f I^ p ick in g him .V p d u rin g st C hris passed.w itfa anI 85.8 85 p ercen t a v a r t h e e n d o f each school da^ only, u n av o id a b le a bin b e N ic h o ls sa id oni; Hiiyd< ■ erage.-*' .......... ' i s im ila r to a s tu d e n t sayi u ld .b e __ sences are,e x cu se s edd p, ■: t ch as- h is son h a d fre e5 tim tii e to rid e his d irt ^ A rea S chool D istrict chia ch arged h im w ith “T hen ,j other hobbies. bike a a d pu rsu e othi ' ille g a lly ta k in g h is so sonti' o u t o f stu d y . ing m e f ? e n is d e to n n in e d lo w C inh ris ’ “ O th e r p a re n ts ts hI a v e tb w o rk w ith u to rin g a i hotne. H aydt ; ' b a ll 3 4 tim e s fo n th e tuto h e believesibb. parent sboulc h rls Hayden’s iring th e .evening," th e Chi f a ft^ th eir ch ild ien durini teachers • i . . I f A ju d g e c o h y icits ts .b 1 im 'J u n e 2 8 , u te d fo r helping a c h ild .-. Iger o f s u p e ra tra d e a t'sauidd .., :• Pter h is father, aftfl . / H a y d ^ co u ld b e f i nied ^ a j l w 'u ^ ; ^ - r ; h e w as.) c re 's a lo t o f brain tissu e cl Jfo r $22,” h e said, ■ / ■ ' ' d e n s a id h e m e t w ith C h rs and. guidance c o u n se lo r s B.told iu s so n w as in d ange T b e A a s o id a tB d F n u .• •

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A te am T h e B udw ' east o f Los A ngeles, Cal ; th e p riso n w h ere tw o A nm erican s ore ■T h e a ttack c am e a fterr th t e go v ern -: o p e ra tb g from S t Louis, s. M o., to u is C ly d e sth lee sti state-of-the-art b re e d ^ g ; -b e in g h e ld , b u t w e re c re r p e lld d b y m e n t itn p o s e d a curfew !w in r c c e n t. -the M idw est, a n d a teamn from M e r- farm s w ith) a t o ^ o f ab ^u t 3 0 b ^ d Attack on Hr • • :other s o ld ie rs u sin g tanli a n k s a n d 'h e liv A H d a y s o ti F a lu ja , 4 0 m ill lies w e s t o f ritn a c k , N .H ., c o v e rs th tl: e e a s te r n ' „ „ r iis . P airnell m e n o ted th a t th e tw o n in S) d. ■ \ s.|f»dtortattp li r copters, d issid en ts said. • B a g h d a d . T h e to w n states. farm s h a d a live I foal ra te last y fo r ' T h e rep o rted fighting n g d id n o t p r o v in c e o f a l-A n b a r,‘ “ i . ' " . 5 ' T h e horses g et th e best ; -cent, c o m p a r t to the n a--------Ip w -tO 'th rc flte n Saddw r -H ussein’s Jam X— p u l i a m i tr ib e r e s id e s , sib le , P a rn e ll s a id . Ham m d t eJ S c e tio n a l av e:ragc rag o f o n ly 6 5 p c rc c n t •Igrip o n p o w e r. B u t it \w a s fu rth e r V tro o p s re p o rted ly enterec red Ihe low n at>out five houra' to bath< ia ro rm o re . ' ; -evidence o f u n re st amoD nong th e i a r g e . o n W ednesday. p a re them fo r shoiws. O r Dndays'^fl.e" ''" " 8 ^ ? d issid en ts say s“ eJ le : ^Duliomi trib e, w h ich dis . u tin a l- A n In M ay, riots bro k e ou . h o r ^ ore n ot h itth e d to th e 1903 . ' c te d fo r th e h itc h e s •:to o k p m in b lo o d y riots lots in M ay in e >>! b a y g eld in g s w ith fo u r b a r a t th e f u n e r a l f o r ' S tu d e l» k e r w a gon,-theyy :are rid d e n “ >>' y d e s d a le b re e d , h e said , 20 km :-th e w este m p ro v in ce o3f aal-A nbar. ^ h a m m ed M adhlum al-D L u: £ , w h ° J k sto n iH o n w h ite legs,, a bla I ze on th e face, imi^ o r tiu n e d o u t in paddocks im th e C ly d e R iv er V alley b y m e m b e rs '• T h e a tta c k w a s Idd1 b: ................ w as executed b y th e regi ings, va lu e d fo r m s iz e:'a 'a n d :g o o d d is p o s itio n , . th e ir ow n. T h e 10 geldin; - :o f th e trib e o n a relay stai statio n in A b u turkev : ' “ s ? o S ndd , d e s c e n d e d fro m th e: a tS 7 ,0 0 0 to S 1 0 ,0 0 0 e a c:hh , a re ro tatle g e d ly p lo ttin g t o 'k ill icks an d roans arc traded G rays, blacks nish h o rse s th a t w ere bred illed. h uge Flemis: ^ :G h ra ib , s a id H a m idI a ll- B a y a ti, a 'T S - — O D o zens w ere rep o rte d kill ed t h r o u f the eight-hors irse hitch so o r sold. ^ " •' v' in to b a ttle d u ring^ they can h ave p lenty o f rei M e a d e r o f th e a n Ira q i •o p p o s itio n people h av e ‘o c a n y cnights kni S in c e th e rio ts. 850 pc begins a t a g e three, and re s t: T raining' be; ■1 - b; een arrested, m o st from ' * !group’in L o n d o n , quotin Jting B aghdad / ie s. , • • •' ■ , m the D uliaCrusades A fa rrie r.fh e s in once b e g in to u rin g th e jn'ext :e e v e ry s ix h o re e s c a n1 b« -:so u rc es. T ran sm issio nt from* fii th e sta‘T h e y hiiave a \ a n atu ral high step," w ee k s to trim arid rcshoc ^ __ Ij ^ Q ^__ m i clan , a l-B ayati said. o e th e ir 10- year. Fem ales al?»Jb.ccjD !m e_broodjnaiw _ d T - r r h e y - g o 'w ith - th c ir' —I n c h w i^ r f io o v w T S llaib akTn-iTp'tlic P a m c ll-s laiid S a d d a m Has a lso stiaK b o f le ith e r o r are so ld1,, ai and th e b e st m ales arc ; t o p p e d b riefly , (hen resu B B iU , ,arm y co m m an d an d firec esu m ed . f'O SBSBDI ^ d his c h ic f h e a d s u p. T . J h e y p u f f u p a n d .g e t< is nailed D etw een th e she ho e a n d th e k e p t a s stu luddss. W h e n th e ir l i f e ’s • ; ^ b u .G h r a ib is thf^site s ite o f a m ilij V em selv es w h e n th e y ’re* h o o f to c over th e sole for F e ta y e h a lp ro u d o f th th< • o< f s t a f f , G e n . A y a d Fc >r p ro tection woric is done, me, th e B u d w e i^ r horses I ta r y c a m p a n d p ris oin n w i h e re tw o a r i f th e d ism jia m e ss an and o n p arade." R aw i, b ut it w a s n ot c lear a n d f o r c u s h io n o n pi p a v e m e n t, a re p u t o uitt to pastu re a t elaborate e h e ig h t o f e a c h h o rse is* C lea ts o f barium a re wel< : A ra c rio c a n s h a v e b een c n h e ld sin c c m issa ls w ere rela te d to the Jic attack. elded to th e farm s k e p t jui j u s t fo r them . A y cra g c r-M arch a fte r stra y in g a cro c r ss the ill- • lyfive.VcarB 18 h a n d s,, wwh ic lu is s ix fe e t a t th e■. l>ottom o f e ac h Iraq h a s e n dtuvd nearly pounc n d sh o e fo r life span o f a (C lydesdale is abouf'25 T h e h o rses in Filer^ b e tte r traction a nd a ddedI sh ised afte r its w ith « s , hee said. s . o f U .R sanctions impose : m arked Irsq -K u w a it bord yean. ■ & o e life. o rd er. le i o i ^ ^* Ige from 4 to 15, w ith an» -------*!9'90 in v asio n o f K uw ait ait. T h e b a n rao g e I" ag®, *! 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T h e first va n c a rrie s s ix crished its m iddle class. ‘ 'w ishful th inking.” cared fo r a n d exercised e e very day.’’ n v o lv in g soldiers an d m en ‘ T he sanctions c om e u pp :fo r review R e siden ts co n tacted by D u liam i trib e a g a in st o th e r ] la te r th is m onth. .C;said B a g h d a d a p p e a ree d c a lm , and m t tro o p s. 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' production o> J. • ' > M a jo rity L e a d e r D ick A rm e y o f — f l - a g e r twrore coming to Cong. >t I J — im Kclce, a resean:h biologist iational D airy said William T exas listed a singlee aoio bog s am ind partnor.'She tias since slepf o c ia tio n o f DDT is a ong a gro u p o f csiro, ;■ sion from his day s as a n econom ics A m o n3ng j k e y s e n a to r s . M a jo rity a s secretary-treasurar of tna gcn-mimicki cking chem icals in the cnviB o b D ole o f K ansas reported liversity o f N orth Leader B( . p ^ f e s s o r a t the Unlvc sslcr. R -S .D ., ronm cnt ;hat tha hav e been suggested as •gest H fi'Iess than S2,S00 h is la rg e h o ld in g s w e re in b a n k •; ifexas th at p a id him-le in abnormaliiiess 1 > culprits f ir o rincreases i c e rfi/icsa a tte s o f d e p o s it on d n iutuol ;• {est year. list financc'd by the Internalth e S e n a te lis and testes and the trends in the penis Sen. r ! S o m e o f th e re c oorr d c ro p o f 73 funds. Scj T re n t L ott o f M ississippi, Foods Association and, ttraveled last ar cancer and sperm counts. f the natio nal in testicular i lected a s G O P W hip in the mei en w ill d e p e n d new ly eetc ity th e N a tio n a l A ssoc ' (jO P H o u se freshm :w stu d y w as d one in test d c a s te r s a n d T h e new n t W hcatgrowers. J. eto n sid c ra b ly le s s on th e ir fe d e ra l S e n a te:,, o< w n s 0 r e n ta l a p a rtm e:cd ; L l !_____ -from -the-finan-—b u ild in^gg--a n d -u n im p ro v e d -la n d -tn n kA nd Sen. L arry Press - — j-jM ych e e k srto -ju d g ee-fi s fth e main substance pro)ns issues. high doses o sippi, each w o rth S50.000 lol to n o w c h a ir m a n o f ll c^al d isclosure formiss tlth at law m akers M ississip pi. Com m erce Com m ittee,rst r e p o r te d d u ced by th e natural breakdow n o f innually. 5100,000. arc req u ired to file anni xferc w ilh mole honnoncs. D e m o c r a ts , .H o u hs e ’ y e a r at the expense o fmt th e H ouse D D T interfc I; Rep. D ick C hrysler ler oi f M ichigan, a A m o n)nj g nitte e to keep’ .--------------ty L e a d e r D ic k G e p h ard t :nt o f A s s o c ia tio n o f B roadc re, reported m ore M inority f self-m ade millionoire, ! ;! would bc lim- f iri listed ow nership o f a halftock holdings and Missouri •in—D ow -Jones.-H is-pancl-h ' than $1 m illion in stoci aluc. to tion o ver communication! T io re th a n S l m il- in terestt in ii N o rth C a ro lin a property I other in vestm ents, mor ngravcd crysji 5250.000 to 5500,000. Senate S e v e ra l la w m a k e rs estate and m orc w orth S2i ' lion in land and realll e: )25 fro m th e _____ \ ity_Lcadcr_J.om _D aschl,e_qf_ s c re ce iv in g w aiv ers from ^aluc for his com r . M in o rity , . __ ^^Uian.SLm illion-lnjvalu o n , a c ry sta l o f and Senate ethics commi Daakota said he o w n ed rental v 'p a n y , w h ic h m ak ess p o lic e c ru ise rs South D from a fundents in Sioux Foils. S.D ., and cars. apartm ent If- gifts, w hich otherw ise wc I; and p o w e r plants forr electric el ' '• in the V irginia subrty ited to $250 o r less in vICC a l in Elm ira, loltz o f U tah, for- at tw o locations loc : Rep. E n id Waldholt: g le valu ed at 'ound W ash in g to n , each vallie Dole pickcd up an eng puter soft- u rbs aro u < m erly a law y er fo r a com ( v a tc S e c to r i 550.000 to 5100,000. o f tal bow l v a lu ed ot 5 32 r c separate assets uedatSSC ;; w are Jl/m , listed tHrec! its a n d in c o n le s a s id e , thial e S o n s o f the' R ev o lu tio r on o r m ore. A s s e ts ■- eacfi'W orthSl m illions i B m a glim pse into the nd eagle valued at 5695 ile fr , s a id th e p R e p . E d W h itfieeld ld o f K e n tu c k y m aterialll provides trosis Society jgiffllgB i lb- .raising dinner committcc io oc f b lu e ch ip s, lif e s ty le less o f t h e tn e n a n d w o m en ! re n o ilc d g .p o rtfo lio 50 w his w itc 'S S K f f lE ntc the n atio n 's laws, al- N .Y . and a crystal eagl hevron C orp. and w ho w nte - : including A T & T , Chev I I leral'A viation t valued at 550,000 W h ilele la w m a k e rs a re no lo n g e r 5 7 4 0 fro m th e P r iv . ‘ •Mobil C orp. sto ck vak ■' I ed to keep spcechm aking fees h e Council in W ashington, } to 5100,00.0 each.:Klip ip,. G reg G anske perm itted I 11 he D a s c h le , m ea n w h ileD - i l l ., .w h o . U ited in the gifts they can ; o f lo'w a, B 's u rg c om n w > ith s iz e a b le and are: lim W L E S I J lC K E N S ir k , re p o rte d CH AiR , th e y can — a n d do — ;often le d in c o m e o f receiv e,tJ en N ational M ultiple Sclerc • in v e s t m e n t s ,' l is te H K R 1 T .M !K :— :— L _ n.ai;-gifts.-H c ---------------------II it-tho-oxpenso of-corporations^ r a nr d R ^ r S t e v e - travel at-t: . gave jew c liy worth S750 ------- r-S 5-1 0 ,6 5 8 -la st-y c a rra rllow sen a to r, zv ;cr Linda, a top-level Feder na, a retired p ro- and o thiers e r w ith interests in pending ;. Largent o f O klahoma, ,l-^ I w a y -j{ o w ck o f Florida. :es A dm inistration ofTlcial_.' la y e r, s a id th e - legislatior - - '- f e s s i o n a l fo o tb all-pplc at 529.96. i. R e p . P a t R o b e r ts , s e n io r an S e n . P a u l S im o n , I C aid him 5100,000 T h u s , 1 Seattle S eahaw ks paid :ow boy boots ^ ir C h r is tm a s ! ican o n.the H ouse A griculture cn w e a rs b ow ties to wor! R epublica in salary. ots, a com paUn tte e la s t.y e a r a n d n o w its ns2-rccciving- somc-oC-themC o m miitt ~ . N ot a ll w ere a s w ell off. i I. T exas, gave ng also reported th at a felli R e p . S te v e S to c:k k nm a n o f T e x a s chairm an , m ad e fiv e trip s in 1994 }rr b y g r o u p s w ith b u s in e -s s— Republican Connie M ack - ^Icd 0 fo rm listin g nnpo assets an d no p a id fo i h e c o iu n t r y G i f t G a r d e n o I (^i^rncd incoitic e x c:p't ^ t f o r his w ife 's p e n d inlgg b e f o r e th e p a n e l. 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lo w in g th e c anicellation o States N ew s S e r ^ last m onth ' j S' I L O S A NIG G IE L E S (A P ) — Y e a rs tfw ith th e ra th e r th o n ’in1 .deterioratibn,"'said c • b e ca u se th e Sen enate w as voting on o f re b e llio)n n a; re o v e r fo r R o n a ld I ly a f t e r s o u r c e c lo s ee t o t h e f a m ily w h o M — i nursM sprint into the hospital rcwm H e S * that*2ncc 1991, the com - t w o - w a y ^ d io s , w hich a rc w id ely W A S H IN G T O N — A iS e n a te th e budget, ' MlE L B O U R N E , P la . ( A P ) — cnegade d au g h ter, w h o is I R e a g a n 's rene i o f spoke-on condii ;om eohe c lo se d th e w ro n g v a lv e ' S W H flB g a M R ^ fS 5 K g < L l — and grind to a breathless h a lt pany has collected 61 reports o f such used by ambuloncc p enunnel, police dition o f anonym ity. ppjanel has agreed to pa y for m ilitia — “ W e - c o u ld n ’’t- a f f o r d th e la s t Somi (o m b y cmlo oti tio n th is F a th e r's D a y I jj, em bers’ return trip to Capti gem ent . R e a g a n nloo l o n g e r d e liv e r s n aa hospital’s oxygen line, cutting ■z',3r. ‘ ^ T be patient is lolling in bed, in the interierence from around the country, and firefighters. The hospiuil tells its : cm m a p tto lH ill $2,000,” he s a d. ii - a s th e fo m lice r p re sid en t co p e s w ith . I f,. a hearing to d a y o n thef f s o m e p a tic iits 'o :^ g c n a u i^ ly .......^ throes o f nothing worse than a killer T h e y in c lu d e j e p o r t ^ f ^ c e ll phone -ow n sc c u n iy slafrcrs^lo k c e p ^ c i r v-is ...h a d _ $ 5 0 ,0 0 0 . s p e cccc h e s .a n d o n ly .o c c a - ___Tfor id h e -d o e sn ’t m in d — o f f s : • o ld o g c a in d t h e t e r r o r o f B TOSsed the aio n a liy ve n tuu re r s from h is B el, A ir fo r I footing M ine o3 f thcjbill, w hich be 'm o lt. ■ A lzh eim er’ss ddise o se . [j m s in th e h o m e in to thle e p u b lic to d in e w ith v - ; iv J H er-in-lnw is chattering aw ay w ith the in IV p um ps and in fa n t incubatjsrs, equipment. ■ | ^ , o n e 'w o tn a n in c r itic a l c o n d itio n T he'M ay 25 hearing w aass tabruf)!- e s tim a te s to bbe e se v e ra l h u n d re d b : M c la n c hlo o l:ly , re m o rs e a n d lo v e jy s p e a k - ■, friends, Iy c a n c e l!^ after m ost mlilitia ilit w it- dollars afte r Ihee iflights a re paid for, ' todaj Iy are tu g g in g, at a t P atti D avis. R ut a g a in s t R e c e n tly ; ddiin e rs sto o d u p an d False alarm . B lam e it on cellu lar i f a patient w as in cardiac {urest nearby N ortham pton, v isito rs h a v e . !aring| ivill provide a Th 5 5 - y ^ - o l d p a tie n t, w h o se because th e heai nesses — including tw o fro frc m th e ; .‘! T h c m o ssttiiim portant th in g peopljs. _■ f a t h e r ’s ap p la u d e d whci ion th e R eagans g ot up ^ ilitia o f M ontana — had a m e w a s w ithheld atih e r fam ily ’s ■ ' • • l i n l l l l l f f l \ iH l lW * \ interference. . T h e J o i n t C o m m is s io n on been banned sincc 1993 from using ity lo 'd is p e l m y th s name M id already i r a re opp o rtu n it: Is h o u ld k n o w is t h a t h e h a s th i s | e 'r v a t i v e to leave a fle r di d inner a t & W estw ood g, tq uest, w u 'w o n g 5 6 patien ts a t .j:: ^ * '* r T ’ V A ^ w i n g num ber o f hosnitals are A c c r e d ita tio n o f H e a lth C a re their cclluIar phones and other radio rm ent.' rcqu< arrived in W ashington. about th e movem w o n d e r f u lI sc s e r e n it y . H e ’s d o in g ;s, p o sin g restau ra n t,. Mlatteo’s. at M ilto n B erle, 'H o ln Sen. A rien Specter, R-Pa., ’a., a greed “ W e ’r e n o t ih e a rd a n y o th e r w ell,” D avis is ssaid o f h er fa th er in a in m a g a - - w ho w as enteri sring the restaurant at “It’s a flnan* whos 'hoM si^ p p fi^ .' to pick u p'the tab Q}llowing jg ta m eet- tim e," F letcherr said. s r e c e n t interVi irView. T h e fa m ily h a s th e sa m e timle, e, j o k in g ly a c k n o w ljj, g w ith m ilitia le a d eers ’ z in e amn d ' v id e o It not for the federal p ly v, rs w bo c ia l burden, but in a g r e e d n o t: to ta lk a b o u t m e d ic a l Is layouts fo r P layboy and wrii w riting an e d g e d th e a p3pp la u se a s th o u g h it claim ed.a secoad.trip.East.w Jt .w a s .to o .,. goveram enL ’! .......... - ................“A d etails.' ............................................ee ro tic n o v e l.'S h e dro p p edd IR e ag a n were, for him . ' they h ave few allies not g financially burdensom e, acc a ccording . F letcher said: tl " I th in k (F a th e r’s D ay) ta k e s o n “ H iM iltie ,”' R r eagan said. aas h e r la s t n a m e in fa v o r o f h e r ,o spok .in Wosfaiifgton,, w v here he said peo* to a spokesw om an for thee senator, s< n o ther’s m aiden nam e. ; ~ m o re m e o nling in j now . I hav e a d e e p .. m D a v is re ce n ttly p e n n ed th e 122i. Itte n w h at th e U .S . don’ chairm an o f the Senate Judl< u d lciaiy’s p ie h a v e forgott s e n s e o f r eevvce re n c e n o w . I k n o w * ■" It is such a jo y fo r him to Is ee m y p a g e “ A n g e:1s ls D o n ’t D ie , M y about. recov terrorism subcommittee. C onstitution is ab M o t h e r ’^ D a y th is y e a r h a d f a r m n o th e r a n d m e to g e th e r.r . I h a d a F a th e r’s G ift o f F a ith ,” a m oving imei}t w orks for us, Nu C o n g re s s io n a l s ta f f et r s w e r e “T h e govcrom choice: A m I g oing to try to look I m o re m e a nning in th a n it h a s in th e c. a t - e leg y a b o u t Rea eag an ’s lessons o f life u n c e r ta in T u e s d a y e v e n in in g j u s t w e d on’t woric; ffor|tbem ,” h e said. pre ss ; .; p a s t. F a th e: r ’s D a y w ill h o v e th e, itit in a loving, forgiving w'ay, ay, o r a m s h e h a s a b so)r rlb e d d u r in g h e r 4 2 u ted ; ' how com m on the practicee is is, o r i f A n d F le tc h e r n a ned o n ly R e p . sa m e feelinlg.” g .’ said D avis. 11going to b e a p unk?" D avis /is isaid. years. as a womi th e n e w f ls c a lly - c o n sle e nr v a tiv e H e le n C he n o wvetn,‘}R*Idaho, e R eagan re g ularly p lays; gc R e a g a n , 84, 8 4 , h as b e e n o u t o f t h e ' s a id a n y th in g to m e g o lf a n d . . “ H e h a s n ’t s: u n d m ta n d s the citiarresi law m aker w ho ui Republican te a d m h ip has3 a .difTer. • p u b l i c e y e s in c e , h i s p o i g n a n t , vvi s i t s h is m o u n ta in to p rraa in c h in a b o u t it, b ut I .know .k from m y m otht , ApfM> h e ^ i ^ H n d i t t y imd govern-i Hospital in Northhamptoni MasS. c e rta in h o s p itd a re a s w o u ld w n and use the land. c hSiec fx S n f tiv e o f f ic C T .^ ^ ent policy than th e D em ocrat ta ts. zcns’ rig h t to owi d h e g o e s e r th a t h e w a s> m r oved. H e is so shy SSan ta 'B arbara C o u n ^ , and N o v . 5 , 1 9 9944 :han d jv ritten le tte r to bo has n ot em braced Thi b e s p e n t (C henow etl^ who A totof doKar am ount to) be T h e o th e r p a tie n te su ffe re d n o ; . n . i •. • million monorail system th at connocts'the MGM G rand Hotel with the Bally’s Las ofH cials said they didn’t . ........................ ......... impraciicaJ b c « ^ to V“ M y fe llo wV A / m e ric a n s " d ts c lo s tc h is C entury C ity o ^ c e fiv five dayis e m o tio n ally , I: w v ouldn’t expect him u advc esses w as . . th e m ilitias, is ssla te d to .testify a t b y the pM cl for the witriessc aa w eek, said R eagan spokesv in g he is a fflic te d w ith « sw om an to d isc u ss it,’’■ID avis said. “ I,d o n ’t Jn ot . provided b y the subcomi J S y . ' V egas m a k e rlts Inaugural run T uesday in U s Vegas. It opened to public W ednesday. ^om i S f S S accrediting agency, collects no fig- b u ild i^ J T w i^ 'lV allliT th ™ e ^ i ^ T uest sm inittee.' th e hearing.) A lz h e im e r ’s. s. re q u e sts tiy to p in him dc JJ< o a n n e D ra k e. Interv iew rei d ow n. w S ta t a f f m e m b e rs b a d p la n n e d to -..nl-------- ._______ ^ _^____________________________________________________________ |__m any a c k n o w le d g e the ris k In m ost ures on how m any hospiuils limit celment. Ia>yinakct8 start livF letch e r A nd until all la M ontana m ilitiam an B o bI FI wwere d eclined. _______ D a v is sa id ih e r fa th e r h a s b e e n ?* T bey c rie d1.. ian d 1 c r i ^ as w ell. o f f o xygen o n ly to the ho sp iu ^ i x i a c a se s, th e y s a id su ch in te rfe re n c e lular phone use. 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H o w ev er, a t H o ly o k e H o s p ita l, phones around the building to allow p a y . fo r th e m ilitia will bbd around to.“eduT u e sd a y the m o n e y w ill1 pi re lish in g hiss d a u g h te r's reco n ciliarem vi{ rc em ber th e president a s. vigorous alw a y s b ad ." lg a ro u tin e construction pro ject. .lv:> i .. i. •/ a false alarm there w ithout hanm to officials last A ugust banned the use visitors to m ake free local calls, n s ‘ab o u t th e “ lie s” ing ait airfare for him and fellow' m e m ber c a te ” A m ericans tells them. Inste; is te a d , a v a lv e w a s c lo s e d th a t J .-'/ - S A N F R A N C IS C O (A P ) — I t In o s e ttin g r e p le te W ith s ta r s , re m e m b e r w h e n w e h a d so m eo n e anyone. o f cellular phones. 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T h e ju stic e s also ■ •c, w as used to lengthen m Ihe sentence to non-lndiai budget i g o als o f congresslon- , au I t h r o a t s ," s a id T o nny y B la n k lo y . to th e s tr rategto jo . l c t ' OWahomo ta x .th e _ _ ._____ .fo r anotherioffensc.!. Ith c .S u p ren ie_ v o tcd .‘5r4,to.: r B u t h e said ; " I d o not n t spokesm an for H ouseI S p eaker N ew t a rD e m o«c rats. tribe members ly. income o f’Chickasaw Chi Court said Wednesday. belie v e tha th a t’s fhe a p p ro p ria te posi- . ; ^ „ tt$ , s 1 5 0 billion In G ingrich.c for the td b e but do not Such prosecutTonsI do d not violate w ho work-foi ' ' Jie v e rrid in g g oal lion f o rth e p re s id e n t" F o r C lin to n , th e ove ian countiy. otection against live in Indian < .. the Constitution's ptou Mfldlcflr cars programs th e end, C lin to n sid e d w ith id e lin e s in th e So in the w as to g et o f f th e sidi ;cd, b y a 5-4 vole, federal ruled 8-1 'A llo w e d , double jeopardy, tho court cc th e D em b c rat-tu m e d = S20 iilllon billi( to $25 billion In te in a w ay that D ick M osrris, rr balanced b udget d e bate second-guess die attorney courts io seco in a Texas drug case! subsldle [dies and wrile^)ff3 for a p p e a le d to in d e p e nndd e n t-m in d e d R ^ u b lic »a n co n su ltan t w h o advised decision to 'sh ie ld som e T h e ru lin g m e a n8s S : tev en K urt g q re ra l’s dec b a c k in h is A ricansas days cofporat a rb o r a stro n g C linton ba' )rations s w in g v o te rs w h o harl >rkers irom lawsuits a lle g -. tcdonacocaine federalworkei Witte'will be prosecutcd and has ree ree m e rg ed since la st y e a rr’ss anti-deficit streak. /en though that 'in g they causc lused injunes.. conspiracy charge ever f t gI ained uie d rubbing. h e m a jo rity o f D emocratic W om en m ake u p the aritim e em ployees can ' • Said, m ar . y alle^Jtion w as used lo increase his it S20 billion for programs for th is c am p w ere Sens. John " A lso inn tl th is g ro u p , a c c o r d inng g to p o lls te r 3cd*“ seamen’- ^hgible-for-----Mlfug-charger-;— be»oonaidered' ™ --------sentencfronfrseparatedi Iderly, Including In-home ■jI' K ohuj. M an y feel finlaan c ia lly in se- B re a u x o f L o u is ia n a a n d J o s e p h ihoeldei erous d isability benefits traditionally Tnore generoi P” S entencing judgctf i hcare. II cu re , have pare n ts o n. M heallhci on o f C o n n e c tic u t T h ^ led ^ e d icare and Liebennan ry ddidn’t do most o f their ' h a v e be en allo w ed to ic co n sid er a «ven i f they cra tic L e a d e rs h ip C o u ;ic il ' w o r r y a b o u t t h e i r c h i l d r e n s ’ a D em ocra v n u its ninal behavior, w ork aboard id sl ship when injured, defendant’s past crinii Istat y sln 'U c t. m issio n to th e W h ite H o u se th re e \s c h o o ls . ng iin the Texas drug case ulted in a conU te ruling whether o r not it resuli posed $60 billjon five-year }0 ;a n d im plored C lin to n not I s u rp ris e th a t w eeks ago \ S o it w a s h a rd ly a ory for a viclory I the Clintori admin.v ic tio n ,' J u s tic e S Sian d ra D a y ^ Jt, which would make college er b co u t a b r e a k w i t h o t h '®*’ ^ l i n t o n tried to strik e a d e lic ate bai- w o r r y aib he c o u rt istration, whic vhich. had argued that the O ’Connor wrote for the 1 tax-deductible for families Its. • ise th e d e f ic it Democrats, / a n c e . o ffe rin g to erase p ro se c u tio n sh o u ld be SimilaHy, she said,I, tthe court hM c o c a in e prong less than S100,000. , l' “ T h eree a re tim e s w h e n a p r e s“I" / o v e r 10 y e a r s w h ilee n o t le ttin g ^ r i n g tougher allowed. upheld state l a w requi e e d s a n d th e n e e d s o f h is e d u c a t i o n o r d e n t’s neet nAIICabii ^ R e p u b lic a n s " c u t ed abinet departments. Tho ' ifTenders. W itte wm as oarrested in Houston in sentences Ibr rqieat offt o n g r e s s io n a l le a d e r s h ip ke ro o m f o r a p a r ty ’s cco: M ed ica re j u s t to m ake e plan / House p would close the ation February I9 1991 9 I in a sting operation •P “ C onsideiB tion oiff inform : ho-don-’t-n e e d - d iv e r g e a nr d - th is - is - o n e .o f - th o s^e --------about the defendant’ss ccharacter-and- by th e federa . -c o m m ei — ■ta x -c u t-fb r-p e o p lc w hc leral D rug-E nforcem ent--------- — ■nerce,Education and Energy-----occasions," s ," sa id A l F ro m ,.th e D LC, it." departm. ition. H e and another man ftments; the Senate plan : conduct a t sentencing: does d( n ot result Administratior t. " T h e p re sid e n t n e e d s ’ to g|, W hat w as a su rp rise: uw a s th e pre si- presid e n * w in punishment for any y offense < other w ere arrested >led afte r an undercover 1close Commerce. g e t b ack in ith e b all g am e.” d e n t’s tim ing. • than die one o f which1 the tl defendant D ^ agentt delivered del 375 pounds o f Iicans sk ep tic ally -« a id betI--------------:o c ra ft a p la n R cpublici ^ In u rg in g C lin to n to H in o r^ d . ' m a r i j u ^ aas s |;part o f a l.ObO-pound ’** w as djnvicted," O'Cbm A ■*'” b u t h o ld it u n til th e F han n ev e r a n d — w elcom"■R e p u b lic a n s te r late thai Vednesday, the shipm ent In other decisions Wc lolitical c o v e r — pro m ise^d 0 cia s t th e G O P c u ts as to.p p a in s to e. m an y W hile Ing Ihe poli 0.0 took som e p olitical Hre. court: W itte pleadi eadcd guilty to aiding an e r h is id e a s. W ith in th{« e severe, miade th e ca se lo co n siddei H o u se advisers also' m » ple rmist pay attem pt to) po • Ruled 6-3 that peq p o ssess m arijuana and e p u l th e issue on the table tic Party an d w ith tb e pubS till, hhe ’lc that C lin to n c o u ld u sec th a t tim e to . Dem ocratic income taxes on back pay pa and mone- a g r ^ lo coo; cooperate with the prosege, th e b ig g e r q u estio n for epublicans h a d to say exact- s e ll b e fo re R Re| s k e p t i c a l ' c o rn g r e s s i o n a l lie a t'la rg e, . toiy damages they are aM awarded vie* cu tio n . In eexi x c h a n g e , pro se cu to rs Tiay b e w h e th e r it w a s too ly h o w ih the y w o u ld find th o se sa vV-- D em ocrats on h is approt t)ach. C linton ma' tim sofon-flie-jobagedis disoiminatioa dropped a cons conspiracy charge. n ffui r ia iin g D e m o c ra tic con* late. in g s . in ia ls f a m ilia r little loo lat< A c c o r d in g to o ffic:ii m e b ack to tho m iddle c la s s - --------------------------------g r e s s ioa nnfa l 'l e a d e r s w h o - b e lie v«cc - w it h - t h c - d i s e u s s i o nnss r p o l l s t e r s - — ‘‘Ho camc r e w as shap in g up a s a pownly afte r th e 1994 elections M edicare m d G e o f fre y lax cu t only kV- S ta n le y G r e e n b e r g an erful 1996 >96 issue. • back u p asser- a n d n ow cc(o m e s in to th e b a la n c e d G arin offered da ta to ba ir lio n s from o th er advisci d e b a te o n ly a f t e r th e ».* * T h:y ey’r’ e f r e e to e x p r e s s th e:ir sers that th ere b u d g e t de a n s," sa id K ohut. ‘T o th e o p in ioI." n ." 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C hairm anI D ick Lugar, R -Ind. a n d a ill idential hopefiil, said his bill GO P preside ve, states m o re au th o rity to w ould give, fo o d sta m p p ro g ram a n13 d sh a p e th e: f< tmoie w ork and r e s p o ^ b iliw ould promt lirecipients.' ty am ong rec said it w ould c u t t oKo> . Bul Demiiocrats o no fo o d sta m p s .atid o th e r d e e p ly into irogram s., • nutrition pro{ Jie G O P ’s plans to,balance U nder the th e b u d gj e t in se v e n y ea rs', tb e c C Com m ittee m ust trim fedAgriculnire and farm program s.' L eahy / era! food an> n g ro u p s a re m a k in g a ^ s a id farm >“kamikaze'’ iattack lo p rotect tbeir pro* J. ic iexpense o f nutrition assisgrams at the lance.

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Y es,, tl etcd fthe trons proposed to crcate a windbreak w on the P*® *® its 37th year o f community iber taught m e one o f tfae great provided by its W ar II; itt vw as a tim e w hen they w ere I touil o f 5,117 volunteer hours prc ea. Sorry, Jack. T he idea ^ President Clinton’s idea. S west side o fth e school prop iroperty. A s the Idea ® t h is “ex<;esses.’' He preached to grow up jp fast, b y fighting and dying embers. has been around for a long, lonj long time, and our. m in ed momentum, it olso » gained g supporters in I all thmgs." ■ight to v oice o n e 's opinion /as iraised sure the rig Secret Service has been as m asking that it b e done the form-of cash, workers, •s, pplanners and those . A pproxim ately$14,325.il was h ese teachings, and 1 defy anyUld m any B ^ u s e o f Aes veathered thfttest o f tim e and ite o that has wc rough activities such as the Bite < f Twin '* to m ake itsjo b ju st a little ittle eaner. R ecent te rro r-:. Who sim ply refused to bee bl blockers. In a situaone to prove them lem w rong,! differ w ith tfae i^d b een passed dow n to you. Sweet Treats a d u l t s a^ii ills, the Holiday H om e Tour, Sw< ist activities a t the Worid irid Trade ’ Center foi- . tion such as that, there is; no w ay an idea cannot o f its interpretation o f tfae first i l d ^ ’s . Supreme Coim tof IS they h ave spent th e ir childi id the S tum bje R ock Fun Run. T l . he money Perhaps “ lowed by, Oklahoma City] ’ity have simply forced . <_ • l^ o m erealitv .tF ro m th & y e — tw M utaectsnn^h* KheFirst-AmoKfaaeotHelJgiofc — tbrlssDC---------------------I'sSdup ---------- m iienrsnee £6, b u t h ow m any o f th e n rw WHS headed fo r success. Th( ’ c y w e re a n d f r e e s p ^i.T T T iisisw hy. W ishmg S tar Foundation, ion. Tw in Falls handed a n inheritance? B ecause they his time didn’t . | W here the presidentt spends spe Paulos Geo d e a ^ e ^ ip in1Jerom Jei e w hcp ro v id ed j y itchen, ^i! h a t A rticle I says about religion: lild Protection Team , KIDS, Fric I o f a rrocssibn,*' they workei Friends o f H os. “c h ildren k e d h ard . hen form er president. ; seem to bother Jack when S 1,250 toward the purchaw ase o fth e trees. N ext _ “Congress shallIIm m ake n o law respecting an esT w in Falls C ounty East End 5 nd Search ond a n d e arned jd w hat they a cquired. T hey Reagan shuttled back aad forth, alm ost month- : ' cam e the ^flT, students and md patrons w ho added reliffon, o r prohibhing ^ e free' lg > a ro u n d tablishm entofieli rscue, H omeless Shelter Task Force, Foi Dnig co u ld n ’t aafTord.the f * ly, to split wood on hiss Ca luxuty o f w a iting California ranch a t tax- ,j i* ' dn additional $205 to topI oofl ffth e total o fth e rcS e x c te th e r e o t'' logic Valley f o r a handc dout ju s t because they outIiv< 7use Resistance Education, Magii payers’ expense. 1 can also alsc recall Mr. R eagan .'J. jquired monies. b y this part o fth e flrst ^ .e a rs C o n g i^ .h Ms aabided l m d the Magic th e ir parent •eech and L anguage Service, and ^ m ade quite a few trips around aroi snts. T h e y used th e resources the country cain- ' .4 • M oney alone w ill not ensi ensure any activity’s ice its i n c ^ o n . W here does the fonds donated a n d h ouses es to support th e ir fattiilies! w ilh the paigning for people like ce Steve Sl Symms. l h a t success. The Sawtooth Natic rational Foiest, the ^ illey Safe K ids C ^ i d o n . The! fiu get its authority to tell all tfae nabeSuprem e Courttge ; i s t ^ these organizations in impr nproving o r ex- g oal In mlind in o f seeing th eir offspring w as supposedly paid for b r b y th e R ^ u b llc a n .1 ' Twin Falls Natural Resourc< urces Conservation ion tfaat it is unlawful to hav e ,< • ic tv ^ t e s o fth e union nding their services. c o m e prodt >ductive citizens o f o u r societ Party, W ho paid the bill ill for fo tfae extra police i Service, the M id-Snake Res< Resource C o n sw a tio n public school fimctions? _ OfTiceis elected for die 1995-96y A nd th e re.w a sa lso a >6 year are Jane a n d h o p e fu protection necessary? And fully to teach them s o m e res] . and Development Council, il. KM I VT N ews and ' sink'e, president; Pam PattcisoD, vi presi-, we couple o f plane loads ojfca f cs rs, staff, press and a, vice alo n g the.w : ^ .w ay. T hey d id n ot suc ce ed Ki ! i The Times-News were allII instm in m enul in m akhave had prayer r oat^ p l o c e , any ttmi It; Jam ie Lopez, secretaty; Patty whatever that went along tty IRietveld, case s in eitl mg > w ith th a t Just a few : ■s lither.situation. . ing sure that the dream becai ecamc a reality from wanted. A bout 20 o r 30 3C such trips should just abou l e e d in tbe gathering o f people pc asurcT I; M ym a Ruhter, treasurer ] Jennifer rer II; , T hrough ibout use up whatever . ;h th e years, taxes h av e indee conception to planning to>co completion. The vere told this is no longer p o » im o re y < a r,a g o ,w e w e n ttie, it- fimds the party might have lubllcity cbairc reased d ra stic ^ ly , m ostly bec au se mi liave, I would imagine. i zl also Tw in Falls School District al deserves a pat , projects: M elanie Cook, publ in; and Jane Edmunds, member T he “esteem " o f tbe office offi certainly didn’t r aatt large. a n d m ore s< services are available for ou ro iU on the back. N ot only didI the tht district not block in tfae First Amendment l hhia d a in e sec o n asunibject oj Wilh 2 2 new m em bers and 47’ ret >t blossom w ith M r. Nbcon's on's resignation o r the returning z ens. It w ot 'Ould be-veiy nice i f w e all ' the project, but it ognwd to pprovide for the irri- ' s: “O r abridge tfae freedom o f I, b u t i f reads a s follows:"! m bers, the club has numerous5 projects pr ' incarceration o f his attome omey general and some la rg e inheri n iu m ce to look forw ard fo, b ^ t i o n ^ s te m and labor. th speech. , sehedi o f his cabinet members. Alb o u fth e o n ly o n e to leduled for tbe 1995-96 year. Cat s .A , >' Causes to benn o t, perhapi ips w e ’ll ju s t h av e to h av e th m nm ust be given to Specifically, recognition W ebster'sD lcti( Ictionary defines “^ d g e ” - to t from this year’s eflbrts include 1 ock Creek 10 ■ come o ut o f that administn listratioh unscathed was : de R foresight to pro v id e fo r ourselves. Linda, Ron, Buck, Bob, Scot Jc o tt,T e d .T c n tll. S R n h shorten, lesson ( o r curtail. W ebster’s Dictionary ly Kissinger. Then we had gade. B om to Read, S ^vation Ai d tbi tbe Housing tmd U r; • If, M y o3u u so g loom ily p ro phesy. B o Con, and the smdents and1 their thi families who r t h e a c t o f ^ j t t l d n g j l ^ _ _ ____ b a n .D w ltq m w n t scandal, ch^ Boys_and,G d.Giris Club,*___D ole-is elece c te d .p r ^ d e n ti n J 9 9 6 ,.± e i] id al,.thesavin^.andloaa.:__ I _ — donated time and m oney to t totheprojecL-W ith-----bailout, plus’our involvemi T h is . - p o w e r l o s ^ t;ht hi a t '^ c h is'spoken; utterIffc Valley S o cc ir Association, /ement w ith Panama, iii' n ,TT v ^ Falls w in b e b y' tl th e c h o ic e o f tb e p eople. Th nation and communiminima] plaiuiing, coordinati fn ance, lem aik, etc. J talk given to ao audienbe: tc. A it End Rescue, Camp Rainbow G old, D ARE N ic & n ^ a n d lra n w fa jc ic h ip r e c e ^ Mr. ClinVG c hoice is thi their rig h t - ia right e arned[ fo cation, the project came o ff v 5 C o f certain people. ton’s tem j in office. I Habitat for Humanity. O ur first fh b o ev «»e e o ld enough to b e sen io r dcitizens. i ____ ed tQ.bc done jum p ed in and liqnqne Court can ^ tbe pubStand h ow the Siqn >e held a t 8 a.m. Saturday, July >• S odidG m m m andG ingric igrich, to name a couple ^ ' y l1,. a t t h e L E S L IE3 ]L . W H M ^ And whal o fth e studerits ts ai and dieir education? r- n v o lie the burning oofthe f tl Amieriean flag is j k c ^ tbfotbers.B ythew B y,Jack lyon Springs G o lf Course, w ith thppro ce ed sto ' T w inF *!] Jack, how many o f our bUs . ' O ne would have to see the5en enthusiasm the smed b y th e First Ami lefit the Rock Creek Brigade. \meodmeint. own c o n g r ^ o n a l delegati igates have served-in the ' dents displayed fo r the projec ijecLlTieir interest and is ‘ military? . ' • . . B u rin g th eA m o Ve, die Junior Club members,, wo would like to \u im ld jc d Finally, attention to the details were I lin m tinuedsupC o u ito l a n “act,” nbt"speei ik the com m unity for your contir peceh,? I t ^ t b e d o S g o f s < ^y-. S o n y , Jack, b ut i f you' /o u w a n tto w in tf in - " ^ ':. I it should be noted tbat A eir ir Id knowledge base was . life I have read and been toldd th tl e thing,tobehavetto H to have a n effe c t. ' ' I in helping m eet tbe needs o f'ooui u r causes. A llm y lifi gers a t anybody, rem em smbber w h at b ro ught- ' 2, increased th r o u g diis nondsH dsK»n activity, which workii m o fth e United States is the! g> greatest T o the United1 States St S tq ire ro Court, w hich111 I tfae p r e s i d e i ^ to its low rking together m akes o u r Magic gic V alley a Cpnsdtution j ow ^esteO Tih t h e p u b - ■ . m il be rm em b ered for as lon lo n g a s m n y o f th e m ^ It place to Jive.__ docum ent in Ihe worid. .lie eye. h w&s dow n there ong, I s ^ , “m iM ktBtto b bielieve is so wrong here_w hen .CImton live. *Ilietr connection to the ie ti trees, the soil and . 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well at an elite David had done very w Jeredwhy “ prep school, 80 he w onda sd e d fb e ^ W Stanford th o ti^ t he need( I iog. W ew e rem o fre sh nnua n English •H . |A Think w hat you iu nm ay o f their 5amingA’s.H e ■ , seminar together, both e&i . agenda, the Republii RI o g e r P l l o n iblicans w ho were , e r about tutor-. 1 1 ^ asked i f l ’d gotten a letter : clectcd to Congress ess last Novem ber ing. M aybe it had gooc pv have stood, in (heem w tt o a i i j . ; | | ' t ( q m ain, for less V ■ f ro h m e n ? . ' ^ , g o v cm m o itan d m m oore Individual -defend d to tc the death your right to ...... ^ l i b e r t y ; _____ ................ ...M y .i t .aand n 4ie ironic q u ^ o n o f . . T hatis'w hy their] m inFranklini.^Abuses'ofthe. . - eir present push Bffljamii J o a n n e J i ^j ci o b a . - . • ! for an amendment It tc to th efreedom > m o fs p c ^ o u ^ tto b e ' repressec \ Constitution thot w woould ban the sed; but to whom are w e to J No. l lie tutoring offerrht a d gone to dcsccralion o f thee American A lit the flag is . commit i power o f doing it?” m inori^ students, regardli diess o f their / " r" su c h d n anomaly.. T TIhe right to bum -There, Te.is all the difference in the Cest^cores. ' / high s c ^ l grades and tes !; the flag, to put it in lthe vcmaculor, worid.be .bctwem defending the rig h t' Because David w as black, dc,itw as' . ’ M is'as Ameiican ass ap apple pie. t o s p eak^ :and defending the s p c ^ assumed be nixded acodei icmicbelp. » ' supporters o f the that flow ows from tbe exercise o f that ^ T o listen to the: su "T hat's what 1 thought,”'hhe'said bleak'ever, one w ould ' right. W Wiith perfect'consistency, in 1' amendment, howevc ic o f fact, one. ; think that there w/as a s aaepidcm : ne.can condemn the burning lyThat was 25 yeare ago, 0, ibut it's still ; flag'bum ing afoot, ) t,oc r a tlc a s ta • o fth e fla flag. a!rmost.Americans' do, happening to minority stui tudcntson' I clamor in thc’Iond the right to bum it. d ffco r such a n while defending del - campus, says Stanfonl pQ f amendment. Yet neither nei is rem otely . The distil istinctiqn that c r ^ I e s us to Claude Steele..*'They’re ® I the ease.,The issue.i: le is a leftover do th ot t- a distinction between ' lege under suspicion” o fr n^ t e i n g I from th e 'd im m e tst^ days o f the Bush - rights and ani voiues- is ot the heart o f iffiered special g ( ^ e n o u ^ . T hey’re offi leritance the classical liberals r administration, whci 'hen a desperate the inheri help that ignores their sbll silit'es, under■ ^ a E | grasp for symbolss masked m an object left us. . I tItis tl^t distinction-O lid . indinfloiHes - mines their c o n fid ^ c e an< our abilit lility to sustain it, through ; want o f ideas. • ’their deepest fears > thattthestereotl n'etital con^tutional law - ; That reccnt history toiy, in facti ftmdamci QT>es are true. loiks us as a five peopled - - [ mokes the currentI cfTort cf all the that moik _ :: ‘^leteqOpcvuInetBbilit • m ore anomalous, bei becausc i t is preY cith t theRepjiblicans’ amcndmCTt_ a tim o r ‘'Belt factTof acacwmic prraarst] dfivetf stoke throtigh th a t. I cisely the rebirth o fid f i e a s - id c a s w pulddfi ling down testv W iij - i i i -• 'Curve” stupidi^, is holdin I about lib e r^ and 11m limited governle g sw’^—iBmdidiflg, for tbe f ir s t- . ck,Hispanic scores and graoM o f black , m ent - j h a t moiicss thi the Republican , ' t im e mi 2a0 q : y ^ ^ l b e F i i ^ hiiH female students, Sieel< ele’s research , I----- a S S dm cntt ibiirConstitution.• Congress today. Tr hhee landslide last .'Aincndm o fth e special nal help; Steele would say For white students, gradej shows. a n Ibe vulnerable, too. les go up W hites con November w as abou x iu t littleelse^and -N o 'o ne'd e db u b u th at'il^ -b u m iag is Typically, hig h -a m evmiigm inoriQ ' ' black freshni iunaneam a 1.98 grade pointt slightly - about a tenth o f a0 point. ] For Steele told whil white students that Asians ivft I f our flog is tbe ^ t e l the i ^ 'o d since has las ionly deepened offeiiiive b ^ admit- , ovcroge,com blacks, the eflect on grades, om paitd to 2.86 for white" studeM are told.they’re bc s.an d rc le n do better than an vwhites on the exam: -'•o fth evvei e ^ pnticiples that constitute that im pression.' students. . ted to'college because o f ddiversity, not . tion, is dramatic. The progra ^ m lasts They blew the ltest. whot could be more us as aIppeople, e The principles a t sstake could not ids with great , W haiwould oul happen i f black stuone semester, t h o u ^ studen because UiQ'’re bright kidi ents live W e'v e y e:tt to tell young people that ive t ^ t h e desccntion o f be morc sim ple orr clear. cli Indeed, offensive jffcred special ■ dents w ere tn : treated as high achievers, . potential. Then they’re ofF together for the year. It costs 1 individual trair, not a sts about ability is an ind ip lc s a lth c c o r e o f t h o t ^mbbol? . . ■ ' c they are th e principle iol orientation not os high ri Black freshmen in 1 risk? .V. summer progtuns, speciol S150 per student. race, cihnicity o r gender, reflection o f rac at could be more offensive? ahe American vision. ion. The right o f W hatc s , special Steele's 21st progroms, special courses, Ist Century Prognun, also ot T hesucccss o f21stC entu itury parolThe message sage to m inori^ students, Ihc individual to bc )c ffree is the right ■ T o a s k; the th question is to answer it, Michigan, aav v e r a j a 2.89. lels other programs based or counseling, urged to t ^ e it i easy, to ' on ocadcmic and to w omlen en iin m ole-dominated, ______ ISC. For for more offensive ishcs ofcoutsc, tod o w h a to n c w ish c short o f vioseparate gradThe progra gram is billed as o transition take longer to g et to the.sq chollenge rather than rcmedi Kiiation. fields, used to b People like you be; le desecration o f the symbol T hat than the d lating the r i ^ t s o f others. ol Ity life, not os fe c ia l help, uation ceremony. to university! Georgia Tech has o very tou 3ugh proc an 't do this, s, so get lost. N ow it’s os well the right too dd(o o r s a y th e Steele argues, whites, 40 blacks bt< and 4 0 other minoripotential to leam. an d 'H isn n ic students,” Sti poor little thing ling. II thing. w hen our the real tli •unpopular. F o r it is then, tl stereoOpes. tie s - a r e innvited v i to live in a dorm “When they succeed, they andin^tutionB llzedthesb e y c a n lo k e Doubts ore re ci crippling. Crutches m w c desecrate tho real thing actions give ofTense, ise, that o u r freeW heni d participate in a w w kly ___A e credit.” says Steele. “ Ifr.they_Wl,_ iichigaji, 80____tytethCT. M nd U A t the University o f Mic aren’t the answi iswer.----------------------------------- ;; “ _ a o m j s . p u L t ^ c l. < t ^^ t i s i h e n ; p r e - ' - thep.nntfi’are enrolled riisemsinn th> ------ D o ceirofblacirfrolm fim rd-work,’.!_____ " ______ im w hH hrr wn nn» fouyht SO ise d onlhetr eacholheran ond a d j u ^ ^ ^ o l ^ ^ T h ^ m a remedial program bas< not becausc o f their racial identity, idi . Joanne Jacob leobs is a columnfst for the since have sacrKiccd so much many sine frecornoL hey’veevcn m ayvoluntec “I hate to sec us give up oi muiority status. B efore the iteer to toke'a challenging 'alif.) Mcrcuiy New& our com San Jose (Calif. crve - wc lose something far lurchDI captured to prescrv S ir Winston Churc started college, they’re ossi ssum edtobe woricshopln^ in writing, calculus, ^ e m mitmcnt to affirmative aclioi ion ju st • Readers may w ly write to hcr'at the San irecious, far morc difficult to 'hen ho observed moreprcc the point nicely wher istiyorphysii ysics'to supplement their when w e’re figuring out hbw bw to do it Jose Mercury l\ lyNews, 750 Ridder Park at risk o f failureUnited States is a restore. This Tl O in g r ^ , dedicated as -jh 1945 lhat “the Uni Ip -because re^ilarcours< orsewoik. right," sjy s Steele. Despite the special help Dr.. San Jose. X.CCA.. 95190. orts to be to Hboity ond limith. > N owhere is itpuiport: .land o f free spccch. cmment, should not bc about e v en (in cdgovcra spcech f r e e r - n o t evi I . ^ g la n d ) , where wwee :sedulously culsuch a business. bui . liv a tc itc v e n in its5mmiost repulsive > --------erPUon dirccts tbe Center »ving, Churchill Roger i forms.” In so observi astitutiona] Studies at the ng t^ioughts attribfor Coast w as m erely echoing t tstitute. He wrote this comhot he moy disapCato Insti uted to Voltaire, thot y for the Washington Post soy but w ould mentaiyi prove o f what you1so;

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TW IN F A L L-S S -— T h e three-point csurrected life for Twin shot m oy have rcsut )oIson in th e.N ational F alls’ A n d y T ools In a le a g o f m y elation. -Basketball A ssociat T o o ls o n , w hloo as tte n d e d B rig h a m o w n . I dd ao n ’t w o r r y ity after leaving T w in Young U niversity a b o9 uu t t h e conm ict with Falls, signed a tw o-year o W ednesday afternoon. th e U tah Jazz Wee c o m pp ce t i t i o n . him w ith the first proThe act reunites: hin fessional team hhec play e d w ith .three ■ nds a tw o-year associayears a go and ends er pprofessional team in tion w ith another athlon cham pion — D ecatt Spain. ^ Dan O'Brien T h e re is o n c! fly flj in th e o in tm e n t, Dolson rem ain s un d e r h o w ever, a s Tools team and must contract to the SSpanish |w within 10 days to vali- have a release w ith n tra c t ' date, the U tah contra APp Ppwo jjjg j,ggn( c u rren rrently is in Spain and d ifficu lty ih getting indo’s Horace G rant fotrr a rebound during the anticipates, littlee di yde Drexler battle Orianc Olajuwon, right, a n d Clyc H puston’s Hakeem Ole the release. laton. Ies W ednesday In Houat «1BA Cham plonahip aerie fourth g am e o fth e NB) T h e J a z z a re; in intten t o n in creasing »ARK, K an. — B esides O V E R L A N l? PAT uction, having m ade it their poiiit producti Jevying its h a r s h e;sts t;fin e ev er, an N C A A •layoffs thc.past couple r^ ' easily into the play< c o f n m itte c re c o m[nrrm e n d e d W e d n e s d a y ing elim inated prior to • o f years b u t being th a t Indiana coachtl B o b b y K night be su s- ’ the semifinals. it 'oo n e to u m am en t gam e pend cd fo r at least m ark has b een a diffiThe 100-pointt me rc h o u tb u rst. . i f h e lieprats h is Mlaan lin ifor the. Jazz despite ' cult goal to attain > • I T h e D ivision I M ee n 's Basketball C om lo •• 'sta rs C a rl M alo nnie a n d g u a rd Jo h n w ant to c o n g ra tu late H akeer ‘i ju s t w ai !d IIndiana S30,000, said H w A n o c ia tsd Press . raittee, w hich, fined I'm ’a S tw ktpn. d. “W‘ e d id n 't give u p a t all. I't O ’Neal said. X nigh't sh o u ld b e! su sp en d ed “sh o u ld lie vi iiin 47 for the Jazz in . Toolson ployed lore talk o f one-title HO U STO N — N o more yer, I'll b e in this position nu young player, violate” N C A A m iscon' lagain m aterially viol (ing 2.9 points and 1.4 1990-91, averaging tim es.” w onders. : -duct rules. the.___________________ ^ ■■ when • - r e f u n d s pCT.gme.: r if y in g - c e n te r Qnd —■— D riv e n - b y a n -e le c trify h e-first-sw eep since-1989,-w l It-was-the-: - —— B o b - F r e d e r ic ikcrrt h e - U j i i v c r s i t y - o f ------, ...... ToQlsDn.haa-beei b c e n jU c a d io g jh o o tc t_______1 _ Fa-favorite-son,-the— — spariced-by-ihe-retum -oFaiiked-the-takcrs,-andm ade-H o — D etroitblankt ire c to r-w h o 'c h n irs’ th c ------— ^-------iK a n so ra th lc tic -dlire for the pdst two [ifs to the E uropean league leaf leted the unlikeliest H duston R ockets complete irth team in the last nine yean ton the fourth litte e , c a lle d K n ig h t’s b a s k e tb a ll com tnitti lg seasons, m a k in g a ll-le ag u e sta tu s in I re p ea ts,'sw eep in g o f N B A cham pionship re] o-back titles. w in . ^ k to b conduct u nacceptabh able a n d said it d iscreds t y e a r he averaged b o th 'se a so n s; L.aast the O riando M agic w ithtj a 113-101 v i c ^ T hey w on j st 4 7 regular-scoson gam sn ju um am cnt. ; i t ^ the N C A A toum 4.1 re b o u n d s for >werp o in ts a nnd d < W ednesday n ig h t lem a six ;h see d in th e pow m ak in g ’them here, Z M g o za . C lam ping dow n on defei lefcnse, th e R o c k e tP \ • e stcm C onference. T o get he .p a c k e d Westi id vi varsity basketball for lonio, Toolson played finta l p e r io d fro m L p u lle d a w a y in th e fin Utah, Phoenix and Son Antor ' they upset U t r th re e s e a s o n 's 'a n d T w in F a lls f o tl ththe th e M ag ic, w h o se 1 ^ S h a q u ille O ’N ea l-a n d the least 59 w ins a nd cach with each w ith at li - S ix M a g ic V a lle y helped th e Bruins ns iinto the. state finals ; T W IN F A L L S — youth and inexperience ov< overshadowed their I* ^ hom e-courtt ac advanUige. • Ijo y s w ill try f o r’ a b e rth o n th e Id a h o y ear he set the l,ave in 1985. In .h is senior sen s< is scries. ''a considerable talent in this team s w ere considered to hi A ll threee te im e sc o rin g record o f . _ team in th e J u n ioff A m erica’s C up quali■lousschool’s one-gam th e M o st V aluable H ak e em O lajuw on, the legitimate shots sho a t w inning It all. N ot Ho fier in B o ise Ju n e 26. 4 2 p o in ts in a n o v e r tim e b a ttle in ' Player, finished w ith 355 points and 15 reton, though. lay ers w ill m eet w in .1 . . • T h e six district ppU bounds an d capp.ed the ntj night w ith another y w ere th e R o c k ets th e low iwest iie state at C rane C reek sUirted for three years . n ers from a cro ss the on an 6-5 guard1 sUi w ith 11.5 3-| unlikely occurrence — a13-pointer to w in the title, they also won T h e m e d o l is t w i ll b e ng. •C o u n try C lu b . Th< along at B righam Young. seconds left. rd n ine tim es on the road ale o y 's c ham pion an d the ;nam ed th e IG A bo:^' A s the b u o e r sounded d and oi fireworics and i icluding seven s tra ig h t . ill re p resen t Id ah o in M o w fo u r sco rcrs w wil )urt, Houston joined confetti showered the court m’s done w hat this team ’s don ' ther cup finals A ug. N3 I- a t C ran e C reek. title w inners-as-the— ^ ^ l such recent consecutive titl :oa ch -R u d y -T o m ja n o v ic h -sa — ; ------- r — Q u a lif ie r s 'a n d r- tth h c i r s c o r e s - i n c l u d e ------- Bulls, th e 'E a k fts a h d th es'P P iiisto n sr nine road p u n ra and had non-' n-bce ro m e , 13 9 ; A d a n i' ^ ;> M ik e C o z a k i s , JJei ichael, M ag ic, KaT h o se tpam s ha d Michi N o t o n ly ng vthe w ay. I w ant to tell the m ' M a r t e n s , J e r o m le, e , 1 4 0 ; P a t O ’D e ll , reem a nd Isiah. seed ever to v iometliing: D on’t e ver undere: indo’s Dennis S cott plea J ra n d o n O tte , B u rle y , .S h o s h o n e , a n d Brai :m, w ho topped 30 O ^ a n T h is team h a s H akeem , N B A record iart o f a cham pion." p o A js o c iiito d P ira esss itanger, M u rtaugh, 143, . ' -:both 142; B rad y Stan points in each gam e o f the series and in 16 ca aoa iwith an official during \ tbe w ay, inclu tim ating the R ockets m ight h£ ‘ i M d T rev o r S co tt, T Tw w in F alls, 144. 's g am e In Houston. o f his 2 2 play o ff gomes. day’s “ No team ihe’s problem fo r th e M agic, u ^ H O U S T O N —- N > B A c o m m is s io n e r ajuwon sh a red this U n lik e last year, O lajm H o u sto n COS' ivered from a 120-118 ovcrtii ow ledging fans are weary ioner D avid Stem. ch a m p io n sh ip w ith hisI co lleg e team m ate missioi n e I . T heir season ended the u “W e w on nini ^ o f labor disputes, said W ednesday night the Brio E lie added 22 points and low Mari a n d th e c i t y ’s h o ih e to w n h e r o , C ly d e APpiMB lievers along t ne did, w ith a sw eep, ion have m ode substantial league and the union I doubted us,” H orty said J h ia «asons in the N B A “P eople w D rexler, w ho after 12 seas r it w as at the hancU o f Indiann believers som T W IN F A L L S - T ’ h e Ju n io r C lu b o f iations an d extended the q ond progress in ncgotiatie W e ju st g ot to ti . s o jin^believable. b savored his first taste o f a title. tit m ate the heart und. A fter w inning 5 7 gam es c - rTw in F a lls is sp oonnss o rin g a n e w f u n d , • n o -strik e , no-Iockou k o u t a g re e m e n t fo r th e g W ednes* U nderestim _____D rex ler, w ho m issed1 w wiin n in g the 1983 again1 rn ext year.” ic D ivision title, th e M agic < ' ■ ra isin g e v e n t T hic e C ro o k e d S h a ft-G o lf------short-term. lading b y one a t th e en d o f ith O lajuw on a t the L eat N C A A cham pionship with been Just the layoffs w ithout having even w Scram ble b e g in s a t 8J a.m . J u ly 1 a t the S te rn , sp e a k in gg be b e fo re G am e 4 o f th e te r , H o u sto n g o t tw o b ig 3 nd im ade tw o unsuc- q u arte U niversity o f Houston and n ever recovei )n gam es but b eat Boston, Chii C anyon S prin g s GIol olff C ourse. N B A F in a ls, refused iscd to e la b o ra te o n 'th e Elie early in the fourth, and \ F inals w ith Port- from E cessfijl trips to the N B A ' , ^ u ___.n t loss in Gamiana. e res 4-p etso n team s, any T h e event features , , aroiind-the-clock Uilks oiks in N e w York. id six straight points to stretc: ond eight scored land, h ad.t& points, n ine: rebounds rei their lost o nc c le finals, it w as c lear the Rocke en iand w om en, playing com bination o f m en 3gress m eans substantial "S ubstantial progrc •1-89 w ith"3:16topIay. aid. “ it’s ju st L ast y eari^ita v e them tQO b ig an edge- : Lockets follow ing a to 101a ssists. H e jM ned the RocI the 18-hole course.. C C(ost is $ 5 0 p er p e i ^ n , progress.” he said. 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Aheam6 In his m ajor lea league debut for Detroit. ^ tw o s h o r t o f t h e ; m n a jo r le a g u e H o ^ nAstros , With ow ner George ;e {Steinbrenner watching agair ^ C W |BBiggiohadfourhh8.4ocKid-;: ij rookie m arii o f 18f W t M 0 „ « a l-s d o r ie s , and tied,a Houston , from a ^ t behind tbee ddugout, hom e runs from Paul A pp ier gave up six hits, w alked four and lov ^ B ill G ulllckson in IS y scoring four runs. The A s - *' • O 'N eill, Mike Stanley y iand Bem ie Williams helped nered tw ice, inered h is ER A to 2.0$. gJjT M ike P ia a a home n th eir sixth straight road |< 1 the Yankees to consecuti mtive wins for the first time thii drive, estim ated y ge o t th re e o u ts fo r h is l i t • JefT M o n tg o m e ry fi,eluding a tw o-nm di liking them 14*7 on tbe road j month. However, they 9 y stayed tied w ith Toronto foi y w save a s K ansas C ity v on fo r,th e 16th tim e in 2 at 4 4 1 feet in th e thir ^irdinning. whileiust?*: it7tl5ot.hom c.______ '..-...y,............. . last p!a(» in the ^ E 1s^ t . gam es sin ce starting.th j.th e s e a s o n a t9 - 1 3 . j g j. N o m o ( 3 = l) w o nn his third in a • iie a m ^ 25, w as called up TueaB r a v ess 7, 7 Expos 3 1) Ilost fo r the first tim e sinc T im B elcher (3*1) ro w a n d b is f ir s ;t t in fiv e ro o d j: going 7*1 for the M ud Mens,, day from Toledo after go Ti from Cincinnoti on M ay l; S eattle acquired him f ut tbe side fo u r m ONTRE bes, starts. H e struck out TREAL *~ John Smoltz set* ue debut tasted ju st 25 pitches, - But his major league H e allow ed seven h its in 8 1-3 innings, tw o-hit sh u to u t tied down fr a ahoky start to pitch i. n from • tim e s an d h a d a tw ju st long enough for thhee Yankees ' to rock him for five five complete game o f the season, i: P ira te s s c o r e d ' his first comi his seventh ho m er o f th e set Jon N unnally hit hi{ and g o in g u n til th e Pi: nuis on six liits, includin ding tbe hom ers by O ’Neill and rfghth. helpingthe theAtlanta Braves cool o f f ! n d the R oyals m ade it 2 -0 i so n in the sccond, aanc botthree tim es in th e eig relieved w ithout retiring a bot'■} Stanley. A heam e w as rei Montreal.1. ’ ■ 3 aajg n e ’s R B I single. the fourth o n G reg G ter in the second. Kelly, who begari the game | 13 , >4ikeKeII Giants 4, Cubs 3 S ea ttle , 8*10 sinICC c c K en GrifTey Jr. b ro k e hi in a I -fo ^ l9l9 a lu n ^ drove in Iwo runs | r^ 13 innings straight, the M ariners’ longe! w rist, lost its fourth str Blue Jays 5, RedI Sox S 3 ed twice. The Braves stopped r, j W kc B eniam in ince C o lem an ’s hitting su«a skid th is season. V ine .jun . CHICAGO — Mi -onto became t)te n rst AL team lame losing streak aad ended ! TORONTO — Toroni four went 6-for-7, setting t w as stopped a t J 7 g;am a n es, third-longest in the mt i’s four^game winning streak. |! to solve knucklebailerr T 1 im W akefield, scoring four ''eat record with 14 hits Ir jo rs this season. ru n s in th e first innin lin g an d g o in g o n to defeat . and drove in the winn is 3} C a r d i n a l s 6 I. Boston, gers2 Brewers 4, Range by Pittsburgh before the sca­ eto . Wakefield, releasedi b; APpftoto .O U IS — Jo e y H am ilton ! j le IRed Sox.and called up from son, then signed by the M a tt M ieske brq k e'a fifth*ir M IL W A U K E E —- -IV lineup because o f p itch ed a tw o-hiU er an d T o n y ; Boiiamin, in the lim Detroit outflefderpa p a n n y B a u tis ta tr ie s to 7, took four consecutive victotwo-run homer in.the ninth; Powtucket on May 27, t lliarns and Steve Gwynn'sI twi st homer o f the season,, leadin ning tie w ith his first h . imuriea to Matt Wtllli grab a h om e-run ba b a lfh ltb y V a n ic e e s ' ed run average into the game, ries and an 0.54 earned 8 in bis lost three ^ m g ^ roke k e up a scoreless'game u I' , IS. Milwaukee past Texas. me.S carsooe,isl4*foi^I8i ^ But with the help o f onn eerror by Boston second base* led his average t h e ^ D> li »e g o P a d m b e a tS t:L ^ I Mike S tanley In thl ee aj e c o n d I n n in g In De* >se* gam es. H e has raisei ol W ith the sco re tiee d 2-2, M ieske connectedI off The Padn 'adres won for the seventh | man Luis Alicea, the Bli Blue Joys scored four.timess m in fiw n.150to.447. Darren O liver (3*2) fo forr 1his first homer since last Jul July- ^trolL The Yankee8\A 8 'w o n , 1 2 -3 . The previous m o rj ne L o f lS h its to • tim e In nine games, and n d e d the • the first 21. Is? s e a ^ h i g b th^e-gam e t (B is ' rnonth. Texas hass lost Ic tw o straight'follow ing( aa three games was set by Joe CronirTof Cardinals? .A single by D evonI ^W hite and a bouncer o ff the M ieske is 3-for-6 ^iVith ii three runs and three RB] streak. : , • and m otchd by winning stret six'gam e w inning streak. ak. , Washingu>n in 1933 or glove o f Alicea p ut nm w m e rs o n first and third. Joe fielder David Hulse, who foulc since replacing right ficl Finley walked with one out i roit in 1952 a n d -.......Steve Finl Walt Dropo ofD etroi Carter-singled for one: run, ni John O lerud doubled for a ball o f f his right leg !g dduring the BreWdrs’ 14-2 vie nth ] bm lainl994. in th e n in th iand Gwynn, wbo’d b e en ; Indians 5, Orioles is : 2 ilth Tim Salmon ofCalifon Green doubled for the fourth two more and Shawn1 G tory T uesday night. n tbe series, barely cleared • l-for-7 in tb settled down, allowing ju st one CLEVELAND — Alb Albert Belle homered and Edarun. Wakefield (4-1) sett son (2*2) gave up just four hhits. it Rookie Sid Roberson t-fleld wall on a t - l p itc h ; , the right-fle Rockies 10, Red 4 die Murray m oved withir •Jl- m ore run in the next six ix iinnings, b ut the damage was thin 12 hits o f 3,000 in his eajc k out five in six innings as} the th walked three and struck ;n H ill (4-2) fo r his th ird ; i my Castilla had from K en IDENVER — Vinn; lime ree r as C le v elan d b eeaa t B a ltim o re fo r its fourth th already done. cutive gam es for .the first tim Brew ers w on consecuti ; I four hits, including a pair o f home homenm.I. ido -Rockies beat— — — - — ------- -runs,-and-the-G oloi^ n s 4‘) M e t e O r Marlins / Cincsruuiti. Chris Hammond | ’ ve in three runs NEW YORK'— YO: Castilla, who drove Horidats fust complete gam e; ; __ with his I lth and 12tl 2th hom en, has pitched Florii ' ---------------ison, striking out eight as th e ; . __ three two-homer game mes this season, ofthe season H.. his hitting ng streak to 0 ca* -Msrlinsbeat x a t the New Yoric Mets. . .! ‘ lond also scored twice as th e ; , Hammond “ f f l P w S n s games,, aaod tied D ante. )rd with 11 total Marlins'post posted their first shutout o f • i NBA finab box sco Bichette’s team record 8 1 3 3 0 4 BMI m. C Chuck Carr went 2*for-4 j I onANDOnoi) J bases. die season. M4.0Wi^ --- -------------3_____Bichette went hitle tless in his first .and drovee in :two runs. ‘ ______ four.at-bats,.butJhana naged.an:infield____ Hamihdni ao’n d :( 3 .3 ) ;:tb c p n iK iif t£ p _ i ; ----Event—^ ^ t f o n -------T im e^ ' “ S^ BM<*3-4MS.TaWl3Mi 1MBK — :-------------- S -------------------tarter ever to win a game for that extended his bonded starte single in the eighth ths t40UST0N<113) omes, the longest the Marlins, ins, allowed seven MU, but j Eh » I I U 22. Heny 6-14 M 21.0 I hitting streak to 20 galT )pon E■SPN/channel SP Golf.US.Opo 13 8:30 a.m. f ^t ? ' 2 0 0 0 2 1U 0«4U . DrtiMr 4-1S7419. sm afler the fourth hming. . , Baaoball, Gtu in the majors this year. ir. only two afle Stanta a t C uba WG WGN 1 2 :10 p .m .mWv S 2 1 0 0 1 11 S. CMMl 6-713. BnMO0-1MII Golf. U.S. Ope 2 1 0 0 2 1 )pen E:SPN, S P channel 13 3 p.m. i5im " M 00 2. TotM 4048 23-2S113.MO,Jor^ krcu«L0-1 I 24 2 I 1 1 1 j » 2 - 101Hockay.StanI anIoyC up E:SPN/chann«l13 SP • 5 :3 0 p .m . SSS 14 0 0 0 0 1 ?££,■ S 5 S rsvoa at u p o s TBA 'BA/channel 32 5:30 p.m. h»-Fewr.8*-feee. S VhlC; S o x at A nglet WVGN Gr -g im . J g • iS ta " -----------------------CBtfcll 1 1-1 24-. 20 .S48. 4 . .TtfWMU14 0. 0 0- 0 1 SIO 8-----Slowpftch scores-----ilif«(h.° “ ® ® 17 28 J78 11X mbMl nPrWMMif«-P«iWiiiid 14 29 J2S 13X WimrU^ .«■*»>« FloiW. ■ySottal rMDMricn li^ .Lngu* 18. T«McM-0(1Ma W L PCI 00 nwe •die SMI 2. Hetty 11 len MQMManM. A-18,8 tl (18.611] S T T '" * » t h a QnOmM 20 18 .844 WM) u p their record at! R U PER T — T w in Falls* Legion C ow boys evened eve 23 21 J23 U BtfmilMd tttf SOIO O*>0O « I O l « - . S , i “ “ “ ^ gS ift 4 0 2 1 HeuMon i!!! iW* m,HMnt.VtP-HanWv»UMdnt tOc Shop12. B*pP>Mtr»10 ig e ui n d e ra 2 9 * b itb a m g e . ’ ht, sw eeping tbe M inico S age 3*3 W ednesday night, 3 0 0 0 SlLeuM o!!a» 4000 m i» SOIO PtMuign tu n s in.the fourth inning > ' unded IS h its and scored 111 ni H T he C ow boys p our i n i j ' JI “ '> HI4 0 2 0 WmI » LWitA 4 110 M il * r li« Q mode h is first appeairance 19*8. G reg Schelhaas th en imu Gv«n 4 0 2 1 AraMI ■ , to w in the opener 19AL standings : Mrtr" <<11 Br^gi) and produced tb e lS IS- 6 decision. ........ . :daho rodeo finals on the m ound in th ei nightcap 0 Ulrntc 40 10 BMnS s i ' !!!! I S S i- ,' S ' t , PPl _ “ R M » JilOO Kmwe 22* 2?’ -4«* 4! mSS'i? SOOO UmI 3010 POO OCATELLO- LwiMre«nM M u nMndI* M fo r tbeir runs, pitim pting T he.C ow boys jum mi M on sue Sage pitchers1foi Oiuidit I ooo «UM HK^SdBOinMRadMfMMMth* S i ■ iJii SSgf D IM 2ff—28' . ta lly h in in g tbe baU-i^ell ic k to understate ’‘w e ’re real!; ■n < C o a ^ D on Hom baci ■*" • K ? BMmera 18 29 . Ml s i « 1 WKMKk tlMfn^reurdIn MlMMM 4 IIO - ^ 3 b h o m er to t b e | . big opener, contributing a tbree*run tl mroS'ruxiNO Schelhoas had a b: _ D(>-«MI.U3e-«nMCIr •ebidiOJ fo r six n m s-bet-; : u ith and adding a double to0 account ac N Cow boys 11-rtih four 1.Jtfmy TyMDi.UMMOS: 2. SmdL^ Bodh 1 ?50 Nfi*Mpl.Boi«ll).»-ljW < ten ti Haaunfl.PMtMpNt WMip ' / OOOO ndt, N «i> PVonuvi: X (M ) Pradon CuM r. Fod •rSl ! ‘ . . 23” 18" • ted*in. •: H RER B8 SO FKiMi4.NmYcali0 *0 M. and H e u ^ O M n Vrt*y. S7;9. Mge*-l * 1 .= , ' " lht ffoot w hen b e cracked a! Jie C ow boys o f f on the right W illie B ird s e n t the • o53bo** 1” u * i ......................... “ ' “ '■ ■ “i i smrftOmm s; TM C S 5 ;a ? S 5 « o j rt n in g W inning pitcher! be second b atter in th e first in I. two*nm hom er os tbe 14 0 0 0 0 0 8«)FnndMe(UMr31 . DM Cutv, Pert HA 3812: 2 . Ca« SiD dMr3^MCNpv>(CM» _ UMCMI . ' I 1 0 0 0 0 4.21.1220p.m. Marie Schofield drove ve in fo u r n i ^ w ith a hom eerr aain d s m ^ e . 2 0 0 0 2 AUKSmi D«M., F*M d TO:1 0.) Jm hfli,...............UMA SSSi ^ Tn*ft*(L).Utvn*r(4).F*nton(4 M4] and J*riMn. ScnfltUtw; i-0) vri iMdMi»oa 'H ftfrw »oe8*ld.'a^ . 20 0 0 H9U3TON R ■Rape4120 JM16 >16 § K riJ G nml 4 0 t t SutiOlll L RadiyWI. ONld<. M SIVMi '. AL box scores lOUk2 0 0 0 UfTl f* !i!i W,”i r,s ! RKTWC CUVELWO 4 II 'Cyww - . 4 1 2 1 Fumu »re ' 30 10 8«o2b g iiS J V i if? t. cdMSlMn. OooAie. 11.003; Z R44ib"H. . WM>d 4 0 0 0 Kftnd Ki**n. . Sdi«1w(W.1-0)«ndBum.Pi (L), F*riioo p). J«»wi (7) *nd J««*»n o m » , iii! E iiii ■ ■ ^; ? JMWia r«in 2 10 0 NMiltt 4 0 10 1 3 00 gnMlT ■& M 28483 PAUtp OOOO ' . ' TcM l » 2 8 2 T)M i i a ? i i l i s s v . : s s s s r ' ’4“ ' id e o fin a ls ' . 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Neilsra was the aOP-4iMiYetki.LOft-nsnji3,H(B Evm tSSiom S k w s s s s m &s"** 4 2 2 3 S E-axMr(n.lOe-Mui 4taMsn1t,PM>MMlS- YM10.]B-6r ;:ody Laumb ofRupert wm sec« Waylon May and Co secondin t m ^ r i ^ g w hilf RVWMC 1 ( |W i W ^ S j U r ( 1 t wOum.I. Khali Bedke, Oakley, w) was third in barrels. i l£A Be so g f i ”,IC.i0! C! 0! !0 ! 0 s s s f c a p p H RER 88 80 HmBMW>1 K > 7 0 1 S. I S ^M n. M R£B I <).F«-UMir. n»w>9 > 12^' JS S i> Ii ' j » PAlMno ' « ' s 1 { '? r ° ^ Late AL box sc scores ^^SSSL ‘ 1 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 M -h m M ! » T K £ i v 'l S 3 S S ^ ^ C «e»l 8 1 3 3 4 4 CMOtlATI KlvPiM OecanitlJtt. ^ N B A _ _ is :” 5 ! i; *i » > »«BOTA gSS I • .r .> . > 0 < 0 20 e ta .SOOO O w tw m , 1i 2 3 3 1 J UM36 } 00 0 M tal. 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' w ith 8 4 4 . £S e c o n d p la c e g a m e b le 41 qualified to partij S U jn fiu T h e r c s p o3n n ss e to th e p la n n e d p o t s w e ntt to t B ob S covel 204, I ■ ' Follo w in g the fo u r ggaam e quali-' — T u csd ay h o miccom c cc ing-— jW liichrc--------I M ik e G pod;:-------1 - f - -fy lB g T '< 5 ira d “ = ; ^ _ portcdly w as. to take the form o f a s o n . 19 2 , I ■ B - ' I ‘ .R o n lU m ie r o gala festival — 'w as instant and anH. D a v e H o rto n ■ I J r . , . B u h l. M i ^ ■ 9 gO'a 204 w ith B ill ■ I le a d R e p a c k ' K n ^ H | | “ Be Like Mik< vlike?” nsked th e W all |H W • T helm a° P a lm e r a n d I i - w ith ! .9 1 1 , O S ^ H P B Street Journal1 in a n editorial, K reft tying dt I M ik e W a l > 8g ®y T uckerr A n a d J i o c HH a r le m g r o u p , th e .. . ______ 204. . I to n . T w in - ' 1 C o m m itte e fo forr R a tio n a l A fric a n O n M ohI I F a lls , w as I A m e r ic a n s A g a in s i th e P a ra d e , o o n th e s w eeper form at I P afm er w a s . d ay aftem oo: second w ith 893 a n d( Pi c o m p la in e d f ie r c e ly . M a y o r ‘ wlila d ro m e w a s S .O .B ., I quarter finals a t th e 'B ow V in.third a t 883. T h e qua liani, an cx-prosccutor, - R udolph G iulian I ith. 2nd w ith a -6 -9 a n di N o T ap. V i r ^ C onn m atched 1st w ith 16th, condem ned th[ie e ccelebration. F arm er w ere h ig h w ith I 3o k th e le a d an d H u g Fai 15th,. e tc . P a lm e r took A n d on W'cedd rn e sd a y . a coalitfon Dwed b y M e l V a n H ook I 1,418 follow p o sition w ith a 452. In the Sem io f A frican-A m er erican leaders — in■ f in a l s P a lm e r d e fesaatcte d 'K a r e n ' a n d T o m B e r r y e s s a a t 1 ,3 3 2 . C ity C ouncil m em bers eluding tw o Cit> I g eo y n e a n d D o t V a n .S covipl 2 1 2 /1 8 1 adIddiiin g .to h is ' L o l a B u rrg a n d a f o r m e r d( e p u ty m a y o r — u rne d th ird a t 1,291. s co re to b ecom e th e top to] seed fo r H o o k c ap m APp*** turned out onI the the 'ste p s o f C ity Hall }. P Palm er d e- . th e step lad d er finals. to c o n d e m n a n jy p la n s fo r a pro N^ e w Y o r k C ity C o u n c llv llw o m a n V ir g in ia F ie ldIs, s , c e n t e r , c o n f e r s w ithI G a ll G a r f ie ld o f A f r i c a nI /A m e riS o lo a g a a n d A n th o n y ' f e a te d B o b B y y m ter, T u p e rt, in r, R B r y a n Sol la v o r Tyson party. cca n s A g a i n s t V io le n c e •o n t h e s t e p s o f C ity H aall W e d n e s d a y . T h e y jjoo ii n e d f o r m e r D e p u ty Ma t h e c h a m p io n s h ip g a rm e o f t h e K ^ e s to o)k k h o m e S72.50 in th e r__ “T h e n e g aitiv tiv ie m e ssa g e h e re is »ay o f f a t th e B o w la BBllf L y n c h i le ft, a n d o th t h e r s In c a llin g f o r t h e cc c a n c e lla tio n , o f a w e lc o nm' e h o m e c e le b r a t i o n foi N o - T a p pa> ste p lad d e r 182/177. that h e is a hero le ro ,” said Jill N elson 'Br o o k ly n n a tiv e a n d ccoo n v ic te d r a p i s t M ike Tr yi ' T h e p riz e list w asi aais f o llo w s ;' d r d m e thiis i s p a s t w e e k w ith a 'B y so n . o f A frican-A m er ericans A gainst Vio• P a lm e r S 4 8 5 ,' B y wv aatt e r $ 3 1 0 ., 1 ,6 3 5 . V i r jg i l C o n n a n d T o m , len c c . “T h e m a n is c o n v ic te d o f 1,622 fo r second *1 D a r y e is a rolled rol H e w lfe tt S 2 0 5 , T a cckkce t t $ 1 5 5 , . rape an d h a s a ht isto ry o f v iolence n d T!nfw»fa« I W a lto n $ 1 2 0 , B r is ns -M & e O re g o r sit’$4 3 .5 0 aani [J, a n d a b u s e o n /A f r ic a n - A m e ric a n .6 1 2 fo r $ 29 a n d th ird ' -I S 1 1 5 ,B o b L e a z e r S 1llO 0 : S .S c o v e l W eek ea 1,61 w om en.” :.$ 1 0 0 „ ilo m e r o $ 8 5 ,CC uu rt Q u a in - place, low ^ ■■ T y so n is no w s la te d o n ly fo r a 6 ;5 0 , P u n a n d O a ^ •. •' .tBDceSSO. O B aR oxzls: ris $ 7 5 ; J.V . W i th 1 ..6 r ^ n pair o f new s conl :onferences in H arlem , M itcheU S 70, J a s o n R IUorxis $ 6 5 , S h o riU to o k Hrst th e w e ek p rior L 'V A l . The first, at a lb local restaurant, will 70. P aul E llis a n d T o e - P a u l M ille r $ 6 0 , Ml iki ik e Z ie g le r w in n in g $ 70. at his Aug. ' announce the undcrcard um ro lle d 1,597 for second o w an $53. sa C u lv e r rol : SS8. an d C ath y McOowi L A S V E G A S (A P ) —- R id d ic k th e scc o n d , at ^ I 19 c o m eback; fight; fi{ b ■; ‘IT ie'tour w ill start uupp again fo r an d $ 42. KCtm is W aldron a n d O pal Bow e and Jo rge Luis G onz nzalez ' the A p o llo Then 'h e a te r, w ill be about ;! "th e 19^5-96 season on J ugust 27 P a lm e r w oinn $i 2 8 fo r th ird p lac e at ijj >n A like cach oth er so m uch they th w ere the form ationtl oolf T h e M ike T yson acs in B elle- 1,587. a t M ountain Sun Lanes forced to hav e separate nc fc con-' ognim . Charitable P rogn v u e . Q u alify ip g rou n d w ill c o n -____ • • • ferencM fc W ednesday lo disc scuss their __; __ ,■ On the eve o f 1the tw in new s con• ■ s is t o r y g a m e s instead tad o f ‘4 'a n d W in n in g; aw a ards fo r the 1994i: 12-roun'd h eavyw eight fight 5on and scores o f oth3 B .. ferences. NeI$on • - -.the e n try fe e w ill b e $50 $5p.lnordC T 95 a t-1 5 0 'pp it iq s o v ^r a vera g e on a e r s p la n a c a nn d le lig h t v ig il in T h e N e v a d a A th le tic C o m m is' ll .to a ccom odate th e bowli w le rs , q uailthrefc g a mlee s e rie s in th e M in i'H a r le m f o r “ A f r ic a n - A m e r ic a n s io n r u le d B o w e a n d G G'o riz a re z ;i »^fying w ill start ftt 10 JO 3 0 iim. C onC assia-'area la 1a t R u p e rt B ow l w as. - c o u ld n o t a p p e a r to g e thhce r a t th e :hildren victim ized by w om en and chili :{ ta c t J.V . M itc h e ll foitr 1ad ! d itio n a l G a r y O a lle le]g o s , H e n r y R a th e , abuse.” violence an d abu: M G M G ran d o r a t today’ss ’w eigh-in :{ (.in fo rm a tio n 733-6922. D a v e H u nder. td B ill M u ip h y , D u fcllo w in g a n A pril 2 0 inc one o f th e T he Rev. Aill Sharpton, S: n c id e n t in fo a n e E a il a nnd d M a tt G iU i^ ie . M ike izers. T yson o rg a n iz er dow nplayed the I wv/h ic h th e fighters alm o st ca m e to I a 5 6 8 in the H a n s e n e s a a r rn e d h is a t Y D e l l ' J e n y L o ren z rolled i original plans. blow s. — —Super-2 0 S w eep cr-h e!d sid-last-w eek— B ow l.---------ed ru m o rs------" - : - “C o n tra ry too'unconfirm 'u i W H e n 'th ^ m ect'iirth'e fit iing'S a t i i r ^ — I— ra r T h c " B o w la d ro m e ta lk in g f ir s t —— ent, e v en t, th ere w ere n ev e r d a y 'n i ^ t , th e fight w ill be le a c u lm ir i dj jd lc k B o w e J o r g e L u is G .o n z a Ilee r .p lac e . D a v e B ro w n wit] w ith h is 525 I V i d a a n d L ynn P e arso n took ^ in H ariem ," , any plans for' a parade f n a tio n 0/ a feu d lh a t b e g ' a lo t o f h a t e H rst p la c e5 ii in th e N in e P in -N o Ire d o f t a l k i n g ’ 1^ to o k second an d A n tb o n y K eyea said Sharpton. G o n z alez o u tp o in ted B ow V 'i- - w a s third a t 513. T h e uw eek p rio r T a p L e a g uue e a t th e M ag ic B ow l ec k s ea rlier, a Ju n e 3 th e s u p e r h e a v y w e ig h t st 'B O title. B ut tw o week; s e m ifin a l dow n once m and d taking a standing 8- 33-1 - favorite lo retain the WB k-eek w ith T racy K ivett th is p a s t wee . .1- - w a s R o b ie R o b in s omn 4^ 4 7 ; B ill headline j n T'hhee A m sterd am N ew s b o iit e ig h t y e a rs a g o inn th e P a n c o u n t w h ile f rc in g G o n z a le z to B< B o w e ’s r e c o r d is 3 6 -1 w ith 3 0 : fo R o a d c a p 4 3 5 , a n d Vicl a t se co n d a n d « / i c u K ie s ig a n d S u e Freighner eij parade, street festival read: ‘-Stars, a1 pa A m erican G am es at Indiana napolis. take tw o standi knockouts. riding 8*counts. kn t h i r d w e nItt to t V ir g il a n d R o s e 4 2 3 ; T liis s w e i^ e r iss h eld e v e ry king and for th e ch a m p .” T he p ap e r quoted “ I’m tire d o f a ll Ihe talkii “O nly three 1 ore days, his butt is 5C m “ T h e re ’s a lo t o f h a te th tl a t g o e s. •' T hursday n l ^ t followv in g th e N 07 Conn. w c, w ho o rg a n iz e r S y'Iv lv ee ste r L ea k s, p re sith in g s .” s a id th e 6-5 Bow< :ely kicked.” G onzalez, thi )lis w hen 1 going be nicel; bb{ ack to 1987 in Indianapoli . . . . • :! ■-^Tap League. P artiq jan n ts bow l o ne 17 com m unity tian G ond ent p f the D)istrict isti w as m uch m ore subdued tha: cd first befo re th e m e- wa w ho a p p eared w^ as there w ith the C ubanI Iteam an d ,‘i fram e p e r lane across 20 2 0 lanes. F o r 75 psin in s o v er average o n a s c h o o l b o a r•d. d , a s s a y in g : “ T h e zalez. )ugh a n interpreter. zal dia, said throug R^ id d ic k B o w e c a m e in. a n d s a id mee w e re B o b D e n to n ig h t S cratch s in g le g a m • “I n th e T h u rsd a y nigh lurpass anything every ntributed turnout will surp: B I ow e, how ev e r, has conti “I 'm g o ingg to ti kill him , m ake him w h a t h e w a s g o in g to do0 to m e ," a t R upert Bowl. ib ;( <•S w eeper h eld a t the M aagic B ow l a n d B o b GHbson figure in New accorded any sports spi to th e tasteless com m ents m ade b y !Cted from bleed from his his m outh.” said the 6 - to said G onzalez, w ho defect le e a n d L eo n ard Jones ^ C arl Sm ithee •I ' la st w e e k first p la c e was taken b y igers and Y ork o r4he e nntire tin nation." the tw o fighters, their managi foot-7 fighter, ;r. w earing a b lack suit the C uba in A pril 1991. e a rn e d th e;irs in a t B o n a n z a L anes •I ■:Tom S m id i fo r $ 6 5 , seco sec n d w ent :a m p s at T he anti-T ysor t. wv ith a gold m edallion ootith e r m e m b e rs o f t h e ir cai w ith.no shirt, A lth o u g h th e d e cisio n w v a s o n ly . .t t t B in P a lm e r fo r $35 35 a n d third - a n d G e o r geeA / b o,at Y -D ell Bowl. 3m a c h a in a ro u n d h is pr< ately followed, a. previous new s conferences. ow e dow n d a n g lin g from 3-2, . • 3- G onzalez k nocked Bov w a s R ^ IX npin a t $20 S20. F irst in re p e n ta n t," s a id M eg “ H e m e n tio n e d m y m oi o th e r s ’s " H e is unrepc Is. H e also neck. “ I ’m going goi to do it. I t’s not in th e first and third rounds, EUddleberger a dded an 'w e re S m ith * S h a ro n Ric ll “ ’th e -h ig h g a m e p otS'w u n d e r o f the C om m itScales, co-found n am e in v a in and h e ’s g o in g to 1 have nai lg 8-count ju s t talk.” m ade Bow e take a standing m e n t to h e r bo w lin g li M 2 2 '4 /1 9 8 ;tT u rp in 2 3 9 ac n d F elix ' a c c o m p lishhir lal A 10 p ay for it." G onzalez once :e said. tee for R ational ( frican-A m ericans, 0. has a 2 3 -0 record 10 in th e first; G o n za le z tool o k .one in G on za lez , 331 c a r e e r th isi p a s t w eek w h e n she . ;■ M o L e m o re 2 1 0 . S e c o in d in th e about his “ I w ould likee to se e so m e coritri“ Y es. 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eally started enjoying — "1 think 1 reall OAK LA N D . Calif. (A P)') •- - l n t h c I th e gam e in '9 •922,," he says. “ 1 was pair, M ark d epths o f e m otional despa this in •92." » .C ju s t starting to(develop d e' M cG w ire found the m ental a! strength j H f ||E Then cam c tw twco years o f physical that now fuels his pow erfulII iswing. :d hhim to think about torture that led T hat m enial toughness, w hich has jM jl Icf^ heel lhat retirem em . A painful pai 0 years o f hhe elped him overcom e Iwo quired tw o operations V.,eventually requir injury to reclaim his statuss at s o ne o f *’ kept him sideline! lined for m ost o f 1W3 :< ' D A L L A S (A P) — Ass a 63-yearW e m e t with th e entire fam ily an d luggers, is f 'f bb(a seb a ll’s m ost feared sluj and 1994. M o ld h o sp ita l r a tie n t,M icckey k e M antle th ey p re fe r• nnco t to h av e m o re discuse p s to the ec^ v id e n t e v e ry 'tim e h e stef Tlie six-timlee a ll-star m issed 202 h a C K lintm ahn sa id at a pi sio n th an that plate. :; poses several p roblem s fo foir his doc: s ’ :276 gam es in those b e- j g g r n u t a j m o fth e A thletics’ p lan t recip iW e d n e sd a y m i o m in g n e w s conferM cG w ire does the sam ee thing l ; tors: H e ’s a Itver transplai then-he-wjasj^idelined— — — seasonsr-And-thci e i r l fir^t tu ld iiiin lie had " ^ fo ~ent,”a h q > a tltirp a tie n raindT n d i'cancer— cncjer“When* o re ^ v c ry T iitc h r lf s p a rtly u rin g sp rin g tra in in g ' fo r a w eek d urir But m ostly c a h c e r before o re surgbty, h e w a s In a oolf su p e ^ titib u s routine. Bu , ; p a tie n t • • th is y e a r b y te n d in itis in h is left c o n fu se d stat Itate b e u u s e o f h is liv er it' h is w ay o f channeling hi it’s -*; ..T h e m ed ical d irecto r o f th e B aywrist. a n t S ciences c o n d itio n . I ’: ’m su re th e y w ill d isin • io r Instim te fo r T ransplant intensity into cach swing. M c G w ire , 3311 . s a y s , h is in n e r to the dirt, F a m e r and c u ss th e se thii th in g s w hen rtfady.” • H e digs his left foot into ; said th e baseball H all o ff F; :d him through. I f the strength pulled h ip p m ised o f K lin tm a ilm ln i s a id M a n tle h a s a l- .-then -th his T ight He crouches. 1like a cat; h is fam ily w e re fb lly app lappened before 1992, injuries had happ r e s a t th e m e b u t im m ediate fam ily rea d y to a tta c k . H e g la re re ; > lh e s e r i o u s n e s s 'o f h iss c o n d itio n . low ed^no one o u ld n o t h a v e be en h^ s a y s, he wv ou ., .aiid m e d ical a l;personnel in h is room ppiitcher, alm ost squinting a s his fa- ■ ■; ' jj l e s d a y . . • ropcrly,w ith such setable lo deal prop< ci m uscles tense. cial sitice s u r g'a^y an d s a id .it m ight b e . ji . ,D r. O o ra n K lin tm almn sa si id M an backs. he ch an g ed . In w e e k s b e fo>re re f K e n ^ o r m edia w ill T hat focus, along w ith the . ;i tie ’s s itu a tio n h a s n ’t cha “Because mly y m tr. ind w as so strong,. mu s c le s h o n e d th r o u g h1 j of m :g u n dig esth a v e a c c e ssss to th e le g e n d a ry ou t• f ^ th e slu g g e r h a s begu :om e through this,” he 1 w as a ble to com p ro iopsy draw n ■ fielder, p u m p in g iro n a n d .d cv o u ri ing so lid fo o d s and a biop: pi sa y s. “ T h at u s t te lls m e h o w far avM an tle, wh w h o suffered fitim a m atc tein-rich potions, has helped ' Cy a n e e d le in se rte d innto to h is n e w person. It’s reficcted com e as aI pc ner pe r 6.5 erage an am azing one home: u n c ti o n i n g lig n a n t liv errr 1tu m or th a t w as putting er o r g a n s h o w e d i t i s fun< id o0 ff the field.” on the field, and son. ) f rejection. p re ss u re o n 1h is b ile d u c t, s till has at at-bats on the road this seaso H e’s bee n o n a le a r th is w hole tape-m ea|K M cG w ire, w ho hit five to serious b u t c a n c e r c e llss iin h is b o d y a n d undcr.. M a n tle is s till listed ina sc season. He w as sselected A L player ir s t ch em o th era p y tie a tsu hom ers in tw o g am es1a t B oston sure o r 1U niversi- w e n t h is firs' . stable c ondition a t B a y lo o r JJune 5 - 1 1 w ith six o f the w eek for lajots w ith last la WMkend. leads the maj :, .^ M W ic a l C enter. H e is fiilly f alert m e n t d u rinlg g lo st T h u rsd a y 's transB is, eight runs, five ^ . hom ers, nine R RBI ttin g .2 9 4 ' m a ll s te p s p l a n t , I17 " h o m e ru n s. H e 's b a tti ^ d v c o n tii i u e s 't o ta k e ssm 333 average. H is 255 w alks and a .333 ww:ith 41 R B Is, an d tra ils o0 n ly San Im 'said tra n sp la n ts w ere . a im in d h iii'r o o m .tb k e ^»active. ac • _ K lin tm a lm Vi h ite , career hom ers place plai him third on the M a rk M cG wMire U t a k e s a c iit T u e s d a y a g a i n s t th e C h ic a g o W Francisco^s M att W illiamiss in slugFr the',fam ily’s '" c b m m o n 'f bo r liver, c a n c e r'p a tie n ts ' w '" i;B iit K lin tm a lm 's a id th e I, trailing only Jim m y ■A’s carcer list, tr O a k la n d C o lis e u m . S o x a t th e 0 ( ging g i percentage. . e u ^ r i a ^ u t M an tte’ss life li: -sa v in g ' t h r e e d e c a d e s a g o . b u t d o c to r s ‘F o x x ( 3 0 2 ) a n d R e g g ie Ja c k s o n th e c w c e r alm o st alw ays H is life,, an d his hitting,, w > ere not ' . l i ^ ' h u e v e n w a y ,tb i h e r: e a l i ty o f fo u n d t l a t the ental, tw o p ercent physical, II. People (269). me ' having th e wI'orst or tim e of. m y life in m alw al' ays so'^ood.. ' ’u i ' o ^ s t ^ ^ f i i M ' r o ^ to 're 'i c o v e iy . ' r e tu r n e d . A s u r v iv a l ra te o f le s s II retum has n ot come ddoi o n ’t realize h ow pow erful th the m ind His pow erful re k e m e do som ething.” 90, aod in baseball to maak H e w as divorced in 1990 i e a n d h is th ah 2 0 p d riw^ t changed treatmimts 'iC llD tm itlm Isaid M a n ttle is peers. is.” as a surprise to5 hhi: w en t th ro u g h th e ra p y is.’ IS rst season M cG w ire w< 1991 struggled to h is w ors -.’^ l y a a p d th a t ii e nlot o t fu lly di-- u n til 1 987,, w h en B a y lo r an d oth er “ W h en h e g o t h u rt, h e w a s the eld troubles, and found '' M I c G w ir e r e b o u n d e d w ith 4 2 fo r his off-fieW ^eloped a d ifferent proto- , — — a .201 average, 2 2 hom ers er and 75 Is iu n til.th i^ ; cen tera develc — v ^ ^ s e ^ lh f t^ e d i c a l 'd e t a i ls )oseman in the league. 268 aver- prem ier first base n g also helped him o n hom hoi ers, 104 R B is and a .26: RR]B Is. 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too long. T h e w hite tufts o f r o w n e r s a n d h a n d l e r sI c o m b e d , flea d ip fo r toe spraye< preparation f\tr sprouting; betw bt een his toes, o n the tip 'e d an d fluffed th e fUr in pre md a w ild crop o f b lack and o f his tail, and fo r thei le ir com petition, to w n d o g s w h ite b a n g s a re n a tu ro l. H e c o u ld b e b e tw e e n sh o w s, out*of*tov ” ng u p bot* fh jm A frica o r 1M exico. ch ed th e ir thirst b y lapping quench B u t S a m is tonly an oberration to the^ w a te r - F ile r ta p w a te r m m;a y h a v e ' e y e , L a y c o c k s a id . H e is th e ir u n t r a i n e d eye t th e ir s to m a c h s a n d fo)uled ul n aatte r ia l f o r h is b re e d . H e o n t o f th e c h a m p io n m c n a n c ie s in th e c o r r a l in from _ P y T <■> u ------------ :-------------------------------------------------:------ju d g es. --------------^— w a l k i - g c a c :e e ffu i U y Jik e -a -p o n y T -h e -i& — T im es-N ew s w riter . Ju d gIg e s w a tch e d fo r th e btfstt d o ^ an d ' friendly an d ddeespite h is looks, he needs d. . . . itests w ere n ot b e b abied, ed o u t ribbons. Som e conte: handed F IL E R - A h a irle s9S s C ( h in e se c re ste d na rro w iw ly c a s t fo r sh o w b re e ddss' s u c h a s “ T h e y a ree ri e a l l y - p r e t t y s p e c i a l ," rthy iie rs m ere* L aycock said. d o g n am ed S am frolickei :ked in th e sun, bis L hasaa th e ju d g e s like expressive u n e d “ C addy" g arnered Nlo. o. 1 in th e ground. >ive dogs. P ei nan ” county coroner and ' ^'n e School B oard, < its Ju n e m eeting, d , dt ie slc to d iv e r t fro m th e dow nfall. Sapphire Won thef It w a s his do< T b e S nake R iv er Cany in y o n K ennel C lub n a d o nfl 1f o r h is b r e ^ . th e c oroner’s duties. d r o jip e d th e p r o g r a m r s , c itin g la c k . o r o rm o f e lec ted go v e m o f I d a h o d re w c o n te sta i ts fro m a c ro ss stan M eaisa n w h ile , S a m ’s o n ly c o m n p e tito r ribbon, *; Id ah o v o te rs appro ,i\m ds. ; tnissioners, a clerk, treatow w hy he d id it," L aycock tile n a m e d *“ I d o n ’t know ' t h e U n i t e d S ta te ss 'T ' u e s d a y a n d w a s ai !s m a ll long*haired fem ale om endm ent lost Nosecuting ove • T^he s p e c ia l-rie e d s s t u d e n t a t B liss, attorney, sherhere a re a lot o f dogs in heat^ e e m e d a said later.'*'Ther s t a t e ’s 4 4 c o u n tie W ednesday fo r its annual luai A ll B reed D og S a p p hhiire . B e a u ty * w ise , s h e sse< ill n o t b e able to get x p r e s s ^ t e ^ t)iat , . 1 county voters. s b a c k to w o r k n e x t ib le to a ffo rd th e ther•• ' * 1 th e y w o u ld n o t b e able C o u n ty e le c te d ol r|L ; a p y se ssio h s. •” — i c o u ld b e o n th e line ic V a lle y officials w ho h ig h - s c h o o l « S t - 'I n o t h e r b u s i n eestf, t h e lp s h a p e th es d da y c o u ld 'f in d s o m e ----------dfiil o f voter “There isn ’t any an} q uestion it m akes voter re , . . ^ f o rire e d ie 1994 election, a handfii ^ F t u k E . L odcw ood ff iSPrincipa] K e v in Lanci inco ster'p resen ted thq . er ffor the voter,’’ he Sjiid. lunty court- istration easier L e g is la tu r e g e tsigreeing b: registrar! irs an d officials a t th e coun Tunes*New s w riter that som e coun' 'MTUg edu catio n p lanI fo r n ex t y ear, ed icts his office w ill find a w: January. w virtu ally A nd h e predi b o u se hhta n d le d reg istra tio n . 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B u t c h a n g e s in v o te r re regg is tra tio n la w s him anotl o n a g e r s h o u ld n o t bb. .w illing s tu d en.is ts tb"N t aturaI H elp eis, jj I'Biit Uiey stoppedintrol sh o v e r the budget o r he new system isn’t causiiig*** U® : o r W hen W atts says the m ean m o re w o rk » a n d hl i ^ e r co sts - f o r th e newV la w s'm e an t increased ^ I'oik. V 'i ; th re e * to - fo u r* d ay a y c a m p w h e r e k id s q :hes - a t least yet. “ It's been kii drastic changes. ' ele cted officials, aside________ m ty com m ission b alked, Fort Fo ha d to m any heodoches county governm ents statewide. ide. 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It too often penalizes a n d . , , ., iC. In d iis trie s A sso c istio i itizes the people it helps, and '■ senator, w bo is' prq>aring 'for br at U n i v ^ l y and th e Deitt ;lta a i ftaterm_ . y . o u t a s little a s $251 p e r .; id fo r a sccond six-year term irin,- ty;’A s a m e m b e r o f itsi nn a t i o n a l ^ i,perfim ily, s h e s a id ' - . - ' e trip from M ay 2 7 th ro uugh g l C ra ig a lso a tte n d e d on ane m eeting o f ley're our fiiends and neigh-'.June 3 w Wlas f o r a spealcing engageige- th e N a tio n a l R if le A Atsso c ia tio n a t ^ o r s vho ^ o live dow n th e street,’- . — ^----------------- 1 m e n t '' associsdon expenses, on'/niesday .told a state comte ia p o T c p o rtfitter-^— ato-he h as in the-|fastr on welfare reform. *ThQf're ■ — ^------ -------^------ F oi lh^ S i t u a i y r r a f ^ l n f o r i n the r a t e 's all-R ept^Iican’ con» n - e d th e m o st fin a n cial i uggling to survive.” extension 27 c a 11733^931, ll? . gressional nal delegation. J t S S 'c S K held &om the tim e h e pn lom m ittee G ov. Pbii B a t t :' — r- . Congre: ^ e s s m a n H elen C henow etb, etb, Id a h o F a lls w h ile a mi m em ber o f th e a p p „ i„itM ,ij h as only sue m onths to 994 sta te S enate. B u t th eir i ly w bo w as c am paigning d u rin g 1994 0. S h e m o v e d to J e r o m e in up w ith p ossible changes. ' , w h e re s h e lived th e re st O' of . J o A n n e ' C u tle r. Hl ia'y , '4 B , . : o t 0S w as little changed from t m d th e D n i p r e p ^ g to take o ffice9 ai h so little tim e, tbe panel is ife until e n te rin g th e n u rsing ir encied; rep o rted n o travel v e l T h e statem ent provide d e ,o n l y n m g « , '’9 C o rv a llis, O re;', a n d form f( erly;,ol ng o n one piece o f the wel-V h o r n eiln d 1987. r by special interests o r while bile o f v a lu e , a n d th e valui „ W e n d e ll, d ie d M onday ly, Ju h e .'1 2 . paid forb; u s l e : the A id to-FamiUeT* M ary iry w a s a h o m e m a k e r, ® a 1 9 9 5 . a t th e G o o d Si a m a r ita n D irk K e m p th o r n e an Sen. Di in d in v e s tm e n ts .la s t y e a r i m a tros n a n d c o o k a t th e J e ro m e am . I t p ro v id e s m o n th ly . • C ongressi sssm as M ich a el C ra p o cono n $115,000 fo$550,0(>0. ).H e1 ,l5 0 S 0 ld C ounty ity Jail until h e r re tirem ent "in■ " S t a s b c r h m C , mts to poor, sin g le-p a ren t' C e d a r C ity , fm ed their eir lim ited travel to the U nited th e re b e tw e e n ited four h o ld in g for somew 1965. lo lds. ,' U tah , th e d a u g h te r o f i L eig h states. (. 524,000 and S l 85,000. S h e3 i£ i6 survived by h er three chit- a n d H e le n ( P r e e c e ) ifC Kay u tle r. S h e _ _ d ren, W Wiinona (Bill) Stout of G arden liv ed In C e d a r C ity un jntil a g e 13 , ■' ■ Louise (Merle) J o n ^e s when’ th e family m oved t Valley,f. Idaho., li of Hans« n se n and Vernon (P egge) Bell ®' S h e graduatecJ from We lem, Ore.; nine grandchildren; S chool in 1964. S he att of Salen attended Ih e c p n e ACANE, W ash. (A P) — C a p L t 0 ! G r a d y rele ase d a statem St ent sayO 'G rady; d y ; re sc u e d la st 'wfeek afte r 2 2 g ree r e a t- g ra n d c h iid re o ; s e v e ra alt Lake City c ,®'l University of Utah In Sail s l e p t-g g rra n d c h ild re n ; s te p - g r e a t- for a year,' a n d then wer 3 ’ G r a d y h a s p o s tp o n e c l a in g th e d e la y w a s cau au se d b y so re h is F-16C fi h te r w as dow ned by^a C fig to Idaho . ® L ? i v•isit to his hom e tow n an d g ran djchildren; ch a n d sevprai. g re a t­ S t a t e in P o c a te llo 'ent m d feet th a t are a lingering op rem inder o f m issile, .was (vas sch ed u led to m eetAvit^ w h e re s h e grandchildren. Maiy w as preooi his s ix d ays o n th e runI um B osnia. ' survival schc school instructors T hursday acy in the U .S .. /A ir Force Survival School ^ , received h e r d eg re e In pharm pi i in d ealh by h er hu sb a n d . Ed w here be t le trained, saying he needsI to ate.th ein cred i- an c fsp e aIckto to th e s c h o o l's latest grad“I sincerely apprcciati o?68?y6 y e a rs; h e r p a re n ts; two slsW; H ay on stay o f f his I?" S h e m arried J a m e s! V his so re feet a few d ays. b le o u tp o u rin g o f pray< ly ers and sup- u a tin g class iss o St S a in ts . T h e S o okanee n a tiv e h as d elay e d a v isit “M y d o c to r a n d lh a v ee.agreed that it r e c e p tiom n h o n o r i n g O ’ G ro d y o h .i e couple m oved to Corvaill .a t I f aa..m . F rid a y a t th e J e ro m‘® X n n c d1 ffo r T h u rs d a y a n d F ridla a y is in m y best interest to stay o f f m y F r id a y , w hi h ic h th e S p o k a n e C jty C e m ejle le r y , w ith Ih e R e v . D a n S h e w o rk ed e s a p h aarrllls ln l9 7 1 . irm a c ls t for A m J ick officiating. Crem ation prem etim e n ext w eek, possibly W omack bly f e e t f o r a f e w m o r e: td a y s b e fo re C o u n c il designated desi “ Sccitt O 'G ra d y f P ayless from 1971-74, aarn d th e n for c e d e di th e s e rvices u n d e r th e direc- Albright a n d Raw fromn 1977 until resu m in g m y scheduled td activities.’’ D ay.” Tuesday, /• the H ove-Robertson Funeral h er recent illness no lone ^ -tion off \t nger'perm it— Eldon A. Stutz itz m a n C hapei 3l iiin Jerom e. . te d It. Eldon A. Stut2m :maan, 7 5 . of Buhl, m vMm t S h e w a s a n a c tiv e m e m b e r of d ie d M onday. Ju nna e 1 2 ,1 9 9 5 . a t the B B B B B th e C o rv a llis 1 s t W aair d o f th e •• y M a g ic V alley Rle egg io n a l M e d ic a l B S b K e Bt of L atter______ C h u rch o f J e s u s C hrist ■ C en te r in Twin Fell! =alts of a sh o rt III-' day Saints w here s h e w a p.m. Saturday. day. at the View Cemetery, > V. StangerW illiam A . R eed nes8. ilc d H . B r a n c h th e Relief Society a n d hi ) E. in Buriey. At the fami- ^ H e w a s b o rn Jun » (Billy) Arthur ^ S. 700 ^NSEN Floyd Vougjm Stanse nger, BURLEY WiUiam ( J u n e 2 0, 1919, in B erni( n ic e H . B ra n c h . 8 5 . of P resid en c y . of in th e Relief S o c ie ty Pn It, tlthere will be no public ■<' • ' W oodrlver, N eb .,. to A br6ham a n d -w e n d e ll Texas, and forrequest, died Wednesday, June Jun Reed. 60, o f Lufkin, .Te le a n d P rim a ry T e a c hih! in g a n d fiff jHansen, ] Irrangements are under Vat '.' ■ ^Sarah M iller S tutzr jtz m a n . A h e r h is lo195. o s a t 1 h e ^ ^ '^ F a K s ^ ^ '/lc”& niursdfly. Junc Aiiai 995. a t hi» home following an il: n illmerly o f Burley. d ie d H .& „,P resldaocy..Shajw aajtBBPttic tiv e jQ ________ ' ----------direction-of o f .tl ^ h rP a y n c -M o rtu ^ ? ^ — --------------- m bth erd l0 d -im 9 4i4O0; rE td o n ra m (j 10 Un'sAitii :--------- 8TTw5,-&LiifHii;-------lal. gene alo g ic al re sea rch . S £ he w as a " 'S '- s , • ' Filer wilh his father, Her. H e a r r ^ e d in s ^ nnice lc w as born Nov. 9, 1909, irhfn e ra l will be beld at 11 aa.n .m .. • A graveside servicc wi will bo hcld»t 2 . A The 9, m e m b e r of- th e / m e r ic a n Flier wilh 3 4 c e n tss in In his p o c k e t and-,-inR ocklo :uike [lay a^ttie Kimberly LDS Stak ikland, Idaho, ihe dau g h ter of P h a rm a c e u tic a l A sso cii elation a n d Monday ' b e g a n w o rk in g a s a la b o re r. H e r q v D)el ;er, 3 8 7 5 N . 3 5 0 0 E ., w it e l W e b b , a s h e e p m a n In She w as a C en ter, In e n jo y e d g a r d e n in g . SI b e g a n fa rm in g In 1 9 4 5 . H e w a s R o c k lalann d a n d M a y b e ile B row>n n n ie m b e r of th e M ary's B Ftlver Quilt ^ B lihop o p KeWn S tanger e'onductinj m arried o n J u n e 15 15, 1945. In Flier w e W 1, ta t e a c h e r in A lb io n a n dd Guild a n d w as a nations a l w ill fo llo w a t S uose o se t ___ nally re c o g B u rial to J u a n i t a R e e d e r . T h e y h a v e R osewvoio rth . B e rn ic e g r a d u a te dd nized quilter. A quilt t h aItt :sh e m a d e M emlooria r l P a rk in T w in Falla K e ith H . Jo h n ao a ., oc f M o u n tain ’ F a lla , 2 pp..m . -F rid a y , W h ite : farm ed in th e Filer/B ar/Buhl a re a sin c e from Kin < im berly H igh ffchool. S hle e w a s d is p la y e d la s t yI'e ids m ay call from .4 to 8 p .n Friends e ar In th e Home and foroieriy o f■TTw inF«lls.ll M ortuary I n T then. ,T w in FalU. V iewing. 4 • d H arold HIne, they settled at tory a n d Art S a iurd rdai y a o d S u n d ay a t W hit at C hurch M useum of HIstoi a-m. today, Sum m en Fu H e Is s u r v iv ae d '- b y h is 'W if e ,. S andy^S runeral Homes, to 8 p.m . today tods and from 1 to 1:45 \ ' S lo p e a n d la te r d iv o rc edi.. In S a lt L a k e C ity a n dd w a s d is M ortusi u a ry 'a K im berly C hapel. ThA Th * ia M c M u rtre y C hapcl ii J u a n ila o f B uhl: so n s , D o u g a n d B ernice in M ountain p .m . o n F ri r id a y a t t h e 'f u n e r a l > I ;e later m arried E.A. B ranch family \ ill greet friends :h p la y e d th is s p r in g a ti \W o m e n 's y w to Lyn, R o g e r a n d M Maary, a n d Byron a n d thh ee y f a r m e d a t I h e S a n d ly “ j j H o m c . chapel.' y C o n f e r e n c e a t B rlg h a im Y o u n g p .m . Sunday Su at the funeral chape a n d Heidi, all of BulBuhi; G ordon a n d s io o e R Raanch, so u th of Wendell for >r University In Provo, Ulah. 1e n d from fre 10 to 10:45 a .m . oi Eialne of R ler, Owig C c n itm c o A tw ila "T> l y E g g l e t t o o . U e A . *R< wight a n d D e b of l o yeare -R o d ” B U voa, o f B u h l, i irs. ar hu sb an d . Monday S he is sun/Ived by her la y a t the church. A eom plet Ulllz. Pa., a n d Curt jrt a n d J e a n n e of . V an E vety, o f Rupert,, 1 p.m. today, memorial aerv service. 11 a.m. Saturday. "l i c e w a s a m e m b e r o f (hee J a m e s *Jim* W. H ay :of >f Corvallis; obituary ary will appear at a later date. B roadw ay, Va.; dau{ R upen W est LDS Stake la u g h te rs. Shirley w e n d ell i nited M ethodist Church, ke Center, 100 B la y C o lonia j n ia ll'u n e r a l H om e an d-I )li U 1, h er daughter, Carrie Hay ay a t home; and G ary E ichi . W. 50 S. Viewing, one ho ic h e lb e rg e r o f O r c h aird r d V alley G ra n g e a n d th e m other. H elen P. Cutler of hour before the Crematory, , 25 2551 Kim berly Road in >j; ol W endeli; M a dlelelne el R. 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O ther then his m u stt a c c e p t the fact that there ’ M y m othcr-in-la t-law w onts the baby to 1 ^ 1 ™ F rie n d s an d rela ilatives are in v ited Igs, w e have never alw ays :d Billy doughters’. w edding lys b e som e connection betw ' bc n am ed afte r my husband. Wl etw een gan j to W hen he g ot older, h e decided E to 5 p .m . a t th e i^ ex-w ife’s family. the fam amilies. Y o u .h a d a Ictu e tle r in y o u r c o lu m n wos t babyish, so h e asked uss to call sociolized m th his c? is too h o m e , 1324 A . SSt. t in R u p e rt. T h e RecenUy, his ex-v ;-wife’s gnindmothDBA BAR A B B Y : R egording peo : about nam in g aI ch child ••Junior,”, which him 1 m Bill, which wasn’t too bodI __w — e p c o p 'c co u p le requests n 0o gifts. I r alw ays late: M y “lote” rrLLitlle -e r ..“ E m m o ,” d ie d , s o H a ro ld s e n t w h d 'aare t : hus00^ j|g L an ■•.my c o u s in h a d p a s te d in h e r b o b y calle< lied one B ig Bill and the other irsen w ere m om ed mer m other-in-law . Inndw i il Little flowers lo his form< 1w as late for everything. b(» k . W ould you DU |please run it again? . Bill. ll. Thol worked out fine until L ,!' > •' -June 2 0 ,1 9 3 1 , in R upert. W hen I asked him w hy he did this, he Manj ^ y tim es w e w ould board af lpi • ' It m ay settle the: an argum ent. Bill 11 got b bigger than B ig Bill. p to e H e is th e oldest st na tiv e M inidoli^ ny daughters’ great- ju st as as th e doors w ere about lo sl Sill ond said, "Em m a w as my • ■ - E EXPECTING XI IN JU LY No il’s worse. It’s Y oung Bill Now C p u n ty .rc B id c n t.J ..H e w a s .b o m a p . . B ! ! v ^ : Onis tim e he literally threw ic. How ■■grandmother, and 111: .... ” s h u t 0 liked her.” “ D B A R 'E X P E ’ECC T I N O n t h in k r " 01d Id B l ill.'o n d you c an imagine. I J a n . 14, 1 9 0 8 ,.inn R u p e rt. A t th a t W- ^ n t44. A bby, given th e ..circ u m sta n ce s, I an d oou: u r lug g ag e o n a m oving> tn •^'»know the letter' - and . I hope it helps thrilli rilled Folher is lo be O ld Bill at 4 tram , M inidoka Coi bounty w as L incoln W\\ iihy card from both then raj CCS are think o nice sympath ran alongside and h o p p ral ooin l l you. R ead on: N ot only that, but th e ir voices No C ounty, ila w as bo >om Jon. 28, 1916, uH e r m a n a n d lla Bott ;ine he arrived at St. Peter’s ( s to n ily o f u s w o u ld h a v e: bt e e n a c c e ^ a b le , imagine D E A R A BB YY:: Please 1 print m y let* idem e n tic o l, a n d th e y a r e constoi : s 8a«<5 in M a la d . B o th aaitte n d e d P io n e e r is it n e c e ssa ry lo at .the la last m inute w aving his ticket! on the d o n ’t y ou? A lso, i ' ter so o th e r moihe )thers w on’t m oke the being ing m istaken for each other on I la\ wwio rk e d a t h o m e a n d .r a is e d School, >w I w ish 1 c o u ld c h a se a fe 1 w -H ow mixed acknbwlcdge such cevents in-the lives sam e m istake I . ^L g u e w ill m eet fo r a notent stable space lo sell their war individuals may rent sy, H ] enman B ott Jr. and Laiurel B e fo re retirin g in.1. 11962, h e w orked B uriey, , M e t h o d i sstt^W o m e n p l a n g a r a gI gee s a l e host luncheon meetiT m n g a t noon Soturday a t the s te d o f R u p e r t and- Ju d y f o r . A m a lg tfm a te d S u g a r C o . O lm te i • F I L E R - T The h < Filer U nited M ethodistJ wVo m c |. H o r s e m e n p hl a n w o r k p r o j e c t A d dison W ^ R e ssta t a iu a n L T h e m o n th ly busid e y o f H eybum .. lent, b e started his M ackley F o U o y ^ g retiremei . . h a v e p la n n e:d d on a ind o o r.g o rag e sale fo r , ness m eeting w ill foil follow lunch. e co u p le h a s 24 grandchildren, o w n tre e trim m ing lg service a n d -had T h ct h e Ju n e m ee tin g o f t h e Hi i d a y a n d S a tu r d a y a t the th e F ile r HANSEN - T Th. ;. t o 4 p .m . F'rrit N e w m e /n b e n a ree vw anted, and people (all ages] re a t'g ra n d ch ild ren -and nu m er5“ ) - m an y d evoted custo itomers in.the area, 51 great luntiy H orsem en w ill be a w< lo d ist C hurch on the c o m e;rr o f Fifth D esert B o^k Count U n ite d M ethod uk wof*' -w ho e n jo /w r ilin g :.or .o i ev en thought they w o>ul<> o u s g^rt^ ig r e a t- g r a n d c h ild re n . including th e P aulI C em etery. lg ta t 9:30 a.m . Salurdoy.at Bi p ro jec t'beginning trccts. r • a n d U n io n strcc lore enjoy w r i t i n g ^ enc m couraged to jo in . F o r more uth Hills. G ulch in the S outh - information, c a lh S hma ty A E . Hill a t 326-5623. ut o f ^ ^ in v olves m o v in g a tra il oul p ro je c t invi ; s e n i o r s s e t f l e a m a rr lki e t ;k su com p. A potluck s p p e r w ill be h eld Saturc Times-Newss vweicomes new s o f commaG O O D IN G - T h e G o o d in g C o u n ty y ;.b cnior evening, ond a ride ridi is scheduled fo r 9:30 ' Ja.' S ' ew s v :.- - " ___ Tbe TJmes-Newi ■ nity events. Sead maten'Bl.fo rm i ark et Sunday. A ll interes C itiz e n s Inc.. w ill h o ld its m o n th ly flea a m irestcd p eople a re w elcom e. Valley Happeningss., ;P.O. Box 548. Twin Falli tu rd a y at ' fro m 9 a .m .. to 4 p .m . F riday an d Sotur . ■JD 83303:0548. Plea 'lease submit new s at least i ; th e s e n io r cente »iter, 308 S enior A ve. i g u e m e e t s f o r l u n c h HMdccin- W r i t e r ’s l e a g i “ week in aiJwince anc w d include a phone numbei items and soup, salod, homemo ; H ousehold itei B U R L E Y - LoM M ont an d C olleen ra cherf. e r o f where you can be reai v a ila b le . T W IN FA LLS S - T h e T w in Falls C hapter a n d b e v e ra g e s w ill bc ova n a m o n r o llsI an ■ I C a r s o n o f B u rle:y y a n n o u n c e th e e n g a g e m e n t . o f t h e i r d a u g h te r co D a v id M e rrill J e n n if e r .L y n n , to 4 e r > ll- a n d .M e r y l..^ B H D im ic k ; s o n o f Me k e ^ ity . --------- D im ick o f Salt L ake I C a r s o n is a I9S 9 S u g r a d u a te o f tc h in so n 'an d S ara'L am m ers.~ ew;8 ' H utch H i e T im es-N ew I B u rle y H ig h Schoi 10^1 a n d re<;«ived T H IR D G R A D E h e r a sso c ia te ’s deg e g ree from kicks^ Hl il£g h H o n o r s : B p a n B la l acc k , D EC LO - L ee B B. a n d M arg a ret .V., T W I N F A L .L L SS - T w i n F a l l s C o lleg e in Rexburg. g . She is currently e m; y h a s an n o u n c e d H anni n n a h E n g lis h , A n d y Kirchh< :h h er, Jo rg e n se n o f D ec:lo k ,.a n n o u n c e th e , . I C h ristia n A cadem pui^u in g a degree: iiin health science H H H e n g a g e m e n t o f ttlh e i r d a u g h te r', Jas , . its s e c o n d s e mHeei s t e r h o n o r rb lK Jacoo b M ille r, A ndrew *Patton, Jason a t th e U n iv e rs ityy; ; o f U ta h a n d is Sm ith, son o f Paul Linda, to K arl H . Sr k sto n a n d K rista T ho m sen ., ch iev ed A ’s a n d B ’s Pinkst $ S tu d e n ts w h o achii D a v l^ 'D I m lt* } em ployed in the artj rts an d video pro* M. a n d R h ea K . Smi mith o f Rexburg. Hi ooin o r s : C h e y a n n c E s linnggte r , are lis te d b elo w . aa nn d J e n ijilf e r C a r s o r i d u c t i o n d e p a r tml e n t a t th e L D S W graduate o f Declo Jorgensen is a 1990 t K ir k d o r f e f f e r , J e ssi c a S c5t o tt f . s eEN n :IO R S C h u rch in S alt L ake ceC ity. ' T h e vw e d d in 'g t s f p l a n n e d f o r m ra h e rb a d ie lo r o f High School and eomi n ssk y , C h r is O g d e n a n d J a k e H i g h H o n o r s : D a v i d Y o r t y , K lin 9 9 0 g r a d u a te o f F rid ayy i iin th e S a lt L ik e C ity L D S _ educatioj^from the science degree in ed W alkt D im ic k is a 19S • D ian e F e rre l a n d K e ith D ep ew . mpc._____ lJ . . . 9o l a n d served an T e m p)le. le , A re c e p tio n w ill b e h e ld in :Moscow. ■ UnivcTSiV o f Idaho in SECO ND G RA DE C y p ru s H igh Schob I H o n o r s : J a s o3n n H ic k s a n d J o h n jiio n in P o rtu g a l fro m 7 tto U ,p . m . S a tu rd a y !a t th e Taduate o f Madison Smith is o I9S6 gra L D S C h u rc h M isii Hl iigg h H o n o rs: E liz ai b e t h ■ S tone. a' |pilot and is pur- V iew 2n< 2 n d W aM L D S C t^tu ral H a ll, burg, and served an H H r in te r . High School in Rexbu an d Texas. H e is a' m p s o n , S te p h a n H unt< JN IO R S T h o tti ; • JUN] d egree in a viation SOO EI 5 50 ' S/-in B u rle y ,’w itb a p r & ' pid C ity, S.D. H e is m yre, LD SJvlissiontoR apii s u in g a b ac h elo r's d< m iie H e ilm a n , A lin a M clntyi ; H o n o r s : J a ssoo rn B e a r , C a s s i e Jimim Linda Jo rg en sen uh. a 1991 graduate o f lR icks College in . m a n a g e r h e n t a t iS 'S a lt L a k e C ity .g r a m ttoo bi e h i t d a t 9 p . m ! 'A l l ! f ^ i l y G i l b e r t , R o b b in , W hitn lim ey N ail ond Shauno Porath. ; F r e e m a n . K im(I C jjc. ■ . andfriim riends i a r^ in y ij^ ^ cd h is bachelor o f and Kari Sm ith . C o d y Rexburg, and earned ^ C o m m unity College, HI ooin o r s : P o w e ll E a to n , Co< • ] G la tz a n d Je re mwy T1 u tty . cal sc ie o cc jp .1993. arts degree in politica flith and S handra K issinger.r.' 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nemen't for ho o k in g 1 tive beneathI tthe surfacc. A nother refincn is to sw itch from) a floating I line to a into feeding; bluegill b sinking line tc to probe d eeper water, G o ld en soo rm etim es varies th e size: aann d p a tte rn o f his :tricval. W ith a, little files, as w ellI at s the speed o f his line rctric ven the most closed-m outhtl bl bluegill w ill com e tinkering, eve a-nibbling. • C m cial toI S' success is knowing w here: to find them , le eariy season, bluegill typii yp ic a lly c ongregate ..'D uring the a lo n g th e shi ih o rclin c s d u rin g p re -sp aaw w rn a n d sp a w n in g :n h ang around p rotected are as w ith c attails, sta g es - then jm ps, a nd em erging w eed bbeds. ed shadow s; stun srally h ead for deepA fler th e mi m ating ritual, bluegill general! c r w ater. ‘ le y are w am i-w ater fish, it’s ppossible for tem t’s T hough the; get too high for bluegill - so they seek c o o ler . peratures 10 g< Ul the surface. D ow n there, :, th they can nestle in w ater bencoUi eem ing w ith aquatic insects, s. ’ w eed beds tee: ry bbecause, in addiis are-ideal bluegill te iritory 'S u c h areas tio n to fo o dd,, th e w eed b ed s p ro v id e p ro tc c tiv e 'c o v e r lencd fish can hide, w here threatei good p lace to danFor s k illedd ;anglers, weed beds are aI go place. L ike a g o o ^ g le a hook -- b u t they a ren't the only pla le n picks his spot afte r w eigh! ighing all th e infbr.hunter, Goldei m a tio n av a ila lable. l m ornings nnd late evenings, ;s, bbluegill frequent“In e v iy mi :k into the shallow er w aters," :rs.’’ h e says. W ater * ly m ove back s-are-fllighily-cooler-during-t [tg ^ e se H im e sr-a n d -^ -------there is n 't so3 1m uch light - w hich a ffords sa m argin o f safe- ; er. predatory fish like bass, l y ^ m larger, ith th e w e a th e r . T h e a m o u rn t o f lig h t a lso v a rie s w it e rc a st days p ro d u c e lo w/ee r le v els, o f lig h t, C lo u d y , o v er :a r from p re d ato rs, IS bluegill have less to fea w hich m eans o m iing u p fro m th e T hat, in tumn,, translates to b luegill com s i in the shallows. ' depths to feed

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T h e t e ,, tl fish S port-R ew/aan rd F ish e ry P ro g ra m ,.re Snake R iver to fish. sh ru b s - b lu n tin g • ■ sin g 8 h o o k baite d w ith - th ro u g h leafy tTMS a n d s: gional fishery mlan anag e rs h ope to g ive those h rra w ch ick e n U T he A ssociated PressB ling • parts,, th e re tir e e fro m L e w jts force w h ile rtv e a lin g a n u 2e o f w ah tin g chan c e.young fish a fightii w is isto n , Idaho.I fery trails’. ■ • T h e native squa quaw fish, w h ich can ^ w shallow s alo n g (iH H n 1. » t.' aicc ro r ss the-river, tro lls th e sha: — T h e y fe ll C O E U R d 'A L E N4E E ■ >m th e lu sh can o p y u;hel>ank ,. -'.I B in ls'c a lle d o u t from to 2 4 in ches annd d a n d n e a r ly 6 p o u n d s, fo r the n o rth e m squaw law fish. b ut w hen asleep looking at th e: stars, sti b e a v e r, s ta rtle d b y .. ^O n ce c o n sid ered a nuisanc< .'sb b v o . M u sk ra t a n d bea 'o irs be h in d fe deral dam s, th riv i in reservoir a c e “g a A a g e ” \ \ J ^ irphy w oke u p a M ichael and Jill M urph : u r 'a b r o a c h , d o v e to>a v\ o id us. T h e siin salm o n a n d stee lh e ad are w here ju venile sal vY , 5 fish; the giant re lativ e o f thlee tm innow h a s n g At block b ear w as looking i them . ' 3CCome,a m u ltim illio n -d o lla ' u ng low in th e w est, a s m o td erin g o ch re seaw ard m igration, .slow ed in their sca^ la r ind u stry in "W e w ere so ^ r e k1. d .W ' e w ere ju s t w aterfalls fVom th e ,, . ' recent years. F rom M ay throu, ' rb th a t trattsfo rm ed wal W ith a fast dige: igestive sy stem th at m akes rough S eptem >4 ' y sc said. frozen," M rs. M tirphy curtain s o f lace.. , . w r , H o h n stein a n d te n s o f th o u sa n d s o f ■ canyon rim into g a u ^ ' cu fish a b le to sw allow prey it o ne o f the fewv fi ». Vj ly bbtought a tram The couple recently iver-chew ed stum p, , . We tied u p to a beavei ilf, bio lo g ists s a y nortnem ■ ■ I - longer than itself, ) th e r s a lo n g Che C o lu m b>ia ia a n d S n a k e ,r k a r d o f th e ir p o lin e f o r th e b a c y b o a t A t th a t p oint, - . iv c ra look fo r th e dusky-green '-r d ie n ikte d in n er in tl|e boi squawfish m a y eat ea t a s m any a s 1.6 m illion' een fish w ith a >eur d ’A lene a n d ' h om e ju st e d n o f C oeur lure w a s lo n g gone, T .the taste o f lost odvOTtjuc juvenile salm on an< an d steelhead each year. p n g snout and large m outh. . enjoy laying o u t on it aat n ig h t T hey ^ ^ 9 1 Smailmouth basi » s s and w alleye also have S q u aw fish p o p u la tio n s mr o ib e in g deciw e re s o u n d a s le e pI o rn it la te la s t ® • In Outdoors editorr W M iJIim Brock's inids, b ut squaw fish a re bea taste for salmonic id e ra S S .4 n iiIw eek when th eir d ogg sb started boridhg , n a te d by sport flsherm en under A d a y .o f^ is .aI te m b le , thJag to ible f o r *80 p e rc e n t o f the I^ H j liev ed responsible inistration p roio n B onneville P ow er Adm inis furiously. ■ ^ c . h. predation by fi.sh. fis h ’s to ll o n pram iaim ed a t cu rb in g th eI fii W hen th e M u ^ h yy s Ilo o k ed dow n T he bounty pro] jro g ram ta rg e ts squaw fish tocks. Iw indling regional salm on stocl • a t their feet, they s awV a Ib e a r standing ger, w hich is about the sizeB ^ S j 11 inches o r longer ■' A n g le rs are p a id S3 f o r eeach a c specim en! ' w ith its p a w s o n thh e e d g e o f th e op eating insects and b egin a t which they stop grad u ate d r a t e ' >ver 11 in ch e s long. . T h e grai tram poline, looking bl»acdk a t them , --sized sm olts. dining on finger-si: lose w h o catch H I I ^ K ;o e s up. to SS. per. ftsh fo r those T he an im al s ta re d a t th e m fo r a ' aw fish can eat 8-lO .salm on ig le r in 1 9 9 4 few m om ents b efo ree w a n d erin g o f f ________ m to the trees. ^ h u $13,000 ii) rew ard an d priz ;>rize m oney. H n sS p “W e 'v e liv e d h e re -e ssix y e a rs a n d H n jU T he program air aim s to red u c e squaw fislj -_ _ ven ile salm on b y as m uch have n ever seen a b esar a r bI efore,” M rs. Jredatioii on joven 'O n a ' r e c e n t T h u r s d a yt;; . H o h n s te in _m?bW9— ^ 1 5.50 percent, said Bid S c o tt S m ith,-Iead biolo—-------M urphy safd.---------------jttm g b t'ih :10"squawfi8lrB freT~8 ra d a y 'fish m g " [ .-r-.r''.".'i-,' » D . B \ita lot o f p e o p l;p bh iav e been seet io y e e ' g ist for the sta te I e p a rtm e n t'o f F ish and W a t h l n ggtb l ^ state wiidlifsem pio h i m th e ban k . H e h a s 'fis h[ied e d e v e ry d a y ing beare la te ly in n o rrth e m Id a h o , m a n , a b o u t 2 0 m iles n o ^ /fith .Wildlife at P ullm lio e e ^ e I B d g r m 'b e ^ in 199 1991. >: M a ^ H pol l ir ^ w e lo h t a squawfit w e st o f th e Tdahb border, : Idaho D epartm ent o f F Fiiish an d G am e' b f .this town ju s t: w( o e t-a .lh tie .^ id id in g m ohq jn ey , h e said. n * a r ,C |W ii^ ^ W a th . ju s t m ore b e a r s ' la tiv e e ffe c t," S m ith said. • : officials say there a ree ju! “I t ’s a cum ulati S u i ^ y . it fo r th e M o se e . :tio n o f “ E v e ry y e a r y oDU u r e m o v e 'th e m .'it h a s a 770,000 fo r re - .' .B u t t h eB ..ip r o g ^ geta' just ^ fnctic vThe S P A bu ck e ts a bout S770 u n tin g reg u laI S o m e'ch a n g es in h ui ated SSOOlSill^ b e ^ l ^w^« f:ihiis--gi^ler,efrccL ’’ w ith b ^ .o f b aM a resulted io a, ^--------hth e -^eg o n -D e p o rtm e n (^> ~ f^ Miona-two-yqarft-ag»b igHigcn -'-' ■•‘ ■vAniJysts-with-tfM a n h u d le ’s b la ck y slight b oost in th e Panhi ^ r e i a w t o t o ^ u M h e: im ^ p a n F ish and G a m eI eesstim a te th e p ro g ra m ali d 7 o h ? ^ d ° . 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H e w as conscious 5 Ju d g e C y n th ia Im b ro g n 0o o n T u e siia y lev ied th e ■ erick told T he S alta Ir huriting ban a g ^ t ^ R o bbeert . ; r t C . W enger. H e w as flo w n toare I b e liev e d to b e th e o nlee o f th e h a rsh e st le v iid . ; ■j jd n g a threatened s p e c ie s.' ; ' later w a s t r a n s f e r ^th e r e p o n fo r illegally taking H ealth S ciences C (ids er a m essage to hunters,” I,” Js a id D o u g Z im m n , a ' ' ^ • d ition w ith third-deg tv ic e in P ortland, O re: ; ; U .S . F ish a n d W ildlife Servic ■ T h e f u r had d ieidu)sually a re levied a gainstt p < ^ h e r s o r h u n ters w ith ; e y e o n it to m ake suj s in iiL n ational p a r l ^ w h d e . , rho killed protected species This ye year, scientists have captured renses. ' ' • ■ •, d. W « ig e r had no p rio r offens TA C O M A (A P ) — A s bald cagltf eagl ogles a nd takeil b lood sampler r in se lf-defense, ijleaded ’ laintained h e shot th e b e a r p o p u l a t i o n s rc b olu u nn d a c r o s s t h e . k fo r toxins.'T hey also plan tc to :ned sp ec ies a n d failing to m law fully takii^g a threatened . c o u n try , b io lo g is tss in it W a s h i n g t o n ..^ ^ ^ ^ ^ H SPO K A N E, W asl sue sam ples fttim deiid harboi take dssuc isdem eaflbrs u n d e r th e • . 's death. B oth cotm ts a re m mis )ut w h y up to 90 are try in g to A nd-out S te w a rt s a id . E a g le s o f te r pay S 2 1,000 a n d fod rSpecies A ct. H g^B S R H s e a ls , St< p e rc e n t o f th e ea g;Ic le p a ir s n e s tin g ' • t’ th e carcasses. .. . _.tccted.gri2zly_was.si .feast o n1 th o un d e d b y 'th e f ^ th a t h e V enger’s crim e w as com poun' alo n g H ood Canal are failing to pro• W a tso n , a s ta te F is h and - official said. J im -W ictober 1993 killing, du c e offspring. U .S . M agistrateo nJ e d h u n ter,” Im b ro g n o ■ W ildlifec D I epartm ent biologist. Is at‘t o lld W e n g e r, 4 9 .‘ “ Y o u 'to riedglings com ing “The n u m b er o f fled transm itters to several fines a n d a five-year taching; radio ra led th is incident right aw ay.” ofT that are a is catastro i'*” T h e sa n c tio n s a n lis year. birds this; h im s ta f f s o d w i r e i^ fo r ts C onqriledftoiD said U .S . Fish in d W ildlife Service against a h unter in tl U s inlg g s a te llite r e la y s , W a ts o r wort. toxicologist Jo e Stewoi r “T h is rea lly send fin d o u t w h e re th e Hopd ho pes to :t to B iologists suspect tc x ic chem icals spokesm an fo r th e U }irds spend m ost o f their time, . Canal birc • m ay p lay a role. la y h elp d e te rm in e w hetbei y ' S uch large fines u T h a t ma> •ast tw o y e ars on > Tests fro m the past crim inal records wh< the e a g;les l« are g ettin g contam inated. lown dangerously ^ e a ^ c eg g s h ave show “j®** guns a re prohibited. lo cally ootr d u rin g 'th e ir m igrations, h ig h le v e ls o f P C B s a n d e le v a te d can take them a s far north as • W enger, w ho m ai w hich car furans. levels o f dio x in s andd fi 5 jo . g u ilty M a y lS to u n l an d A la sk a ._____ — • ___ C anadaI ar lon’t know w here ' B u t researchers don repbrt the 'onim al’s [ ^ Igh there is a conspicuous J” ab-'' ' Though :o lo . (A P ) — ' W ild ife life.officials a re n o w p reco n in g u p 'th e p o ith e e a g le s a re p ic kkin ig sso m e o f th e a n im a ls 'f o r I ! federal Endangered 3f y o u n g eagles a lo n g Hopd I TI h u r ^ y they d itio n iiig s o n s ; “ I t ’s c le a r thh at so m e th in g is ro to th e bird is fim ng w ell else-. ~ Im brogno sa id W( o f self-sustainth e return t< natxtre, a n d G ober' said thi said Tim go in g o n o n H o o d canal,” cat Its atre prom ising. ' '' . didn’t report th e Oret ct populations w here in W ashington. W ith neariy th e results ity coord in ato r at K ubiak, w a te r quality d se :eding pairs, the state has the • “Y o u ’re a 's e a s o1 rM ontana, b u t 550 breed H e s aj id s v e n to n in e ferrets su rI dlilife S e r v i c e ’s — ' th e F i s h a n d W ild hee w ! ' should h ave reportec r’s third-highest population ol country’s lent about th eir v iv e d th > in te r in M on(xa(a;>and Washington. D .C . h e a d q u a r te r in Was! o u th D ak o ta, a llo ^ h ig t h e ' a g lc s a m o n g th e lo w e r 48 bald^eag: . five in S Sou le sources.” “ W e n eed to fin d the SI 'T ‘ ''V ____________________ son to p ro d u c e m o re y o u n g m d — a lte r F lorida a n d W isconstates — i r breakthrough fem ales t o i >T g o t m ost o f th e T b e p esticid e D D T { Dod ; th ' ose in M ontana ' e n suring thie p o p u la tio n survives.; . pse o f bald eagle blam e fo r th e collapse in th e n ext m onth, the federal "w ithin lid P ete G ober, Iaad ddition iti< to p rec o cd itio n isg ^ . I i irsn sa g2o0. years B u t now j * ., .........- .p o p u l a t io govem m Vaatson, left, and Matt NIIxo'n, xg W ashington sta te» \wildlife offin im a ls a re r a ise d in p en s r^- i ■ mce n t w ill ofYlcially upgrade ack-footed ferw hich anim rc 1le a rn in g m o re ^ W tb a t re s e a rc h e rs are ited ’V status from “endanom th e eag le in a n effort •rt to dlscovthe baldd eagle’s e r th e U.S. Fish se m b linlgg th t e ir n a tu r a l h a b ita t in -, ' ' loxlnsM Sc PC Bs, . c r a l s ,, btak e a blood sam ple from a b o u t lon g -lastin g toxi a g e s , w ild lif e offiei& Is: ' . ..ste ad off cc< gered” to “threatened" — a designaagle p airs n e stin g alongg Hood lese o ^ r chcrai*' e rw hly y u p to 90 p ercen t o f eagi .they su sp ect that these c oovvered th a t a n im als c lo m t ! __ tio n tbla a t m e a n s th e b ir d s a re nc ro ss th e W e s t also d isc c als contributed t o l^herbira’s he dem ise Canalll a re felling to p i ^ u e e offspring. ofl ; " ' longer in iim m inent d an g er o f extinc* lual m eeting o f . to th e ir• fo foio d su p p ly : h a d a b e tte r 'B e st, a F ish and ’ os w ell, sa id D av tfB a b ^ ’L A K E W o b D , Coi . „ lating Com m itch ance oo ff su si rv iv in g . sulas. F in a l re - tion. .. a n d O ly m p ic pen in su defom iities. oth er del ■ W ildlife S e r v i d c ^ ^lo l o i g ist w ho sm dopd W ildlife officials saidB1to b re ed a n d alysM a ren’t in T he ch chian g e w o n ’t lessen special In S otuu th th D a k o ta a n d M o n ta n ii,' > ted. suits o f c h em ical anal; d eagles. L a s t jy e a r , re se a rc h e rs c o lle c te ies G reat L akes W ldd ej Ise. are close to their g oal o: g s th a rp r o v id e fo o d 'w e re - ' -ion fo r eagles, a n d w on’t aflich w ^ close p rairie io dogi pp e ar that P C B protection r, a . y e t,-b u t it d o esn ’t app also tainted w ith s e d imle e nn t sa m p le s a n d flo u n d e r, E ag les th ere a rc als >riy ing. black-footed ferrei e d u c in g th e e x p o su re o f-th e j ; m t r a in .W ashington, where closer, redu ed fo r c o m mi o in e a g le fo o d , f r o m s p o ts . lev els a re v e ry h i ^t, is a id 'F is h a n d feet its,. sti ^ B s . w h ic h h av e bbcety'blam y th e in S o uth D akota an dJveieU I u uui iw t L i t o r s . ~ ' ' •• ' c j . ' cles’lsnlicodylistiH i iu> tUieot: [ai y 'Mafaaffy i n — the-speclc lu 198 1, fei i etfctu ^ng w lMUft blotoglBt Ma tnd fo r producm g alo n g M m ood c a n a l, an au-m llc-long th e d u t h 'b f eg g s and 1 o f aren’t quito as confidei ig g in s o f t h e N atio h a l B |- ' i ' • ened. ' ] w ere captured D ean BBi£ sap .^ O ly m p ia . * • :h a n n e l th a t sep a rates K itsap crossed b ills an d tid a l chr y o u n g b ird s w ith croi 4 8 . efforts in W yoming, r E f f o r ts to re o lo g ic a.1l SSiu r v e y s a id it m a y . c o s t: | . o n“W c ha v en 't h ^ our v ild b e g a n .in ' m o re to1 ra raiise a fe rre t in pehs-thanl*. i : yet, b ut w e m ay b e clos d w ildlife o ffi- ; in c a g es, s, bbu t i t ’s m o re c o s t e ffec-: ' eral ' o r South Dakota,” ' said rying'toprote*^ t i v e b ^ at tise i s i statistics s h o w m o re Of: -« .' C o n tin u e d from 0 1 ad e coordinator o f th e blac s a n d d ise a se , tfae p r ecc o nc d itio n e d a n im a ls s u r - c < i r iin Idaho, w ith the annual kill bro k e , g iv in g tho bird irds m d c s c a p t b e a rp o >pulation, p ii ret recovery effort f oi nw m Iow . : , ' , . . , f.' ; ') — p o p u lar conservation e dIanuH A R R IS O N (A P) - I f y o u se e a vived. \ f r o m 3 9 ,0 0 0 in 1 9 8 7 to route. ;na- ' a n d W ildlife S ervice, quail n e a r H arrison, hil C o o p er said W ednesday, 1, il it m ay w ell be ca to r Phil A bout 1,500 b irds flc flew th e coop. T h e sta )0 in 1993. n o ■ E x p e r ts fro m a e r o start of^ b e ar-hunting season a n escapee. ing “T b e y ju s t left," W aallk e r said. w as bumc g gathered for their annui Scott and C heiyl T h e: q u a i l p o p u la tio n is d o in m p ed ba ck from th e startincof E ight y e a rs ag o , See m .Then there w a s th e= (O ct. 1 2 ,1 9 9 4 , , ^ “ 3 n b e r to th e m id d le o f tb e thanks largely to m ild w inters the Interstate Coordinat w ell, tha W a lk e r b o u g h t twVO o o f th e g a m e on- incident' . eial te e to re v ie w e ffo rts 1 W ildlife officials hoped the arid dry^ sp rin g s, said regional conbirds to ra ise o n th euirr pro | p erty -south C h e r y l W a lk e r wi ion o fficer Steve Agte. a f- raise the anim als, whic servalior I w o u ld re s u lt in a slig h tly o f H a r r is o n . S in c e th t e n , t h e y ’v e rds truckload o f birds to a s o u U ic n .Id a y g i , „anim ^ al count, a n d it woriced. >ere to extinction. 5 uuiail C o., selling .T he; W V a lk e rs b u y th e bobjf birds form ed th e St. Jo e Q h o . c u s to m e r b u t fee lll a s le e p a n d a r m s in P e n n s y lv a n ia am nd • A colony w a n Useov eserves, ranchers f r o m ffd: re a r e still a lo t o f h u ck cat=^— lequait to h u n tin g preset t a trw near b e r r i e s} ai r o u n d a t t h e s t a r t o f an d a num ber o f them \ ; A rk a nissaa s . T h e y ra is e th e m y e a r-' c ra s h e d th e tr u c k iinnto a n d d og clubs. rd s H arvard. S he w a l k ^I aaw ay fh)m th e se o te miber, b e M d b e ars lo v e hucklein '1 9 8 5 for b ree d m g ri v is e 2 5 ,0 0 0 th is ^ rounds, tru tr c k in g the full-grow n birds “ W e e x p e c t to roisi )0 birds. h i. m e I," s •>C o o p e r s a id . “ H u n te rs in e crash, a n d so d id 2,500 a s e sites in L ew iston, Spokane s to r e th e m to th e w i to releas< yea r,” W a lk e r said . “ W e d o n ’t take a It J7 .0 0 0 w orth “ S l isort t o f 1 ^ in o n b c n y patch“W e r e l e a s e about o u tK em Id a h o . 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T he W alkers th e b irds san d s o f b i r d s .' of tve oth er 2 ,0 0 0 flew putsii e fig u re th a t so m e 6^000 q u a il h av “ W e’v e h ad a lo t o fliv f e -a n d -le a m p e a re d . “ W ith th a t lo d , , sc o o te d a n d scu ttle d aw/ay a^ sr chuckled. ■ flap p ed experien ces,” W alk er c isihurt;” W alk er said. th e m sin c e th ey started busiInside a p lyw ood bu building, oran g e fro m the M O W IR S « s ouai, alo n g g lS O ccasionally, h e se< ness. ' .. b e a t la m p s hung- inI the thi room , th ic k B IK U ' V ' • red th e b a c k r o a ^ neair'fah is hom e. A ld raw. O n th e flo o r T h e ffiir s t G re a t E^feape occ u rre w ith the sm eil o f straw i M M i r i i > '^ s S E 3 trap 0 e m , h e fell th o u g h it’s illeg a l to I tors ag o w hen heavy, snow fell jail, peep in g and tw o y e a r w ere 2 ,8 0 0 b ab y quail n m ' ■ ■. t le re th e y c a m e , ow th in k s h e k n o w s whei Dmets like a h erd 'o n One; o f th e quail pens. 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A h u n d r e d s h a r k s a re fe e d in g “T h e firsi ked. lid, the new A dkison jokee < fter a few dives, he said M m a m ^ i v e c b ir a ball ball in shallow M ajero n i said sa . “ B u t it d o e sn ’t feel A lu s t be a t least 12 years 'th m o f th e D ivers mus u touch them w hen they go' {g u y settles into th e rhytl: } wBterv E i ^ t d iv ers a ret w wiithin feet o f scary. Y ou t old to o b u lin in SC U B A certification, feed. I — b}^ e j d o n ’t e v e n -re a c t. It’s • I tl\c f e e d in g f r e n z y — I c h o ic e , b y a n d thfiey n ’s c riw has led snoricelocial bchav- . b ut A dkison’s A dkison saidcertilin'soc ■e ne ot ev e n there.” pedition to see like you’re I W e 'v e c o m e o a a n ’exped g sas 6 o n surface dives to are contagious: one shi shark yaw ns crs os young estim otes 15,000 peo p le iors i e ver d o. , A dkisonn < I aharics like.few d iv ers eve a rk s... o n ^ like a bunch o f bureai u u c rats a t o view the sharl rn th e sh a rk p lu n g e a t th e i I f-^A black tip l e a r r a p) ii«w o f a fish h a v e token rents tru st u s," A dkison rest o f th e “T h e poren ;ive i eater kno w n a s Spiral bI o r in g m e e tin g , .th e re; j l i i a d f r o m th e m a ssiv e b lo c k o f co ral am pjhh ith la lly , I k in d o f q uestion opens w ide, o ne by y one. i said . “ A ctual « • ' ) fro z e n f is h c a rc a s s e sI aarn d c h a rg e s ' C avern inI th tl: e AH y ears h e b a s M en school ig g le th e ir that. It b lowvss m i e aw ay. But it mokes H e h a s se e n th e m w ig N o on e has I sw a y w ith the p r i u clam I a m p e d . ^ l y . leading thlee expeditions. i us. that m uchh rm ore conscientious." hI ra d s in the direction o f o0 re i m o ra — chase d ie d o r s u ffe f re d a life -th re a te n in g I iii its jaw s^ T w o oth err sharks sh ;onfounds Burgess, direcw ith 0 ' A ll this con its luple o f w eeks a g o , a .diver at sm all fish that attaches Itself th e b la c k tip , t r y in g to si n a tc h th e bite. A coup ntem attonal shark attack hark to feed ' tor o f the int( suction c up to a sha n g th e sh a rk fe e d in g w as natural i ; m o rs e l a>vay.; T e e th ccru ru n c h in th e videoU iping v. dctoch file, c parasites. T he rem ora will • ; sk irm ish .’A n u y o n ty o f th e sh ark s grazed o n1th e elbow by a s hark chas- on lo se a n orm o r a liand. “ I f y o u los from o n e shaik and m ovee to i the one s e .ch u m b a l l . T h e c u t i to o th ed n u rse in g o lo oosi ; — includ in g snagglc-too shark. W e w ill file d o n ’t blam e the t id. T h e m ost seri\ r i b b e ^ r e e f - required oI Bond-A B . I s h a rk s a iid ta w n y C aarit S ’ for snipidlty." ndlcss, pea- that u n d e r 'S • ^ h a ik s a rc not the mind y lo t d a te w as su ffe re d by .1 sh a ik s — sw im in la z7y c ircles w ell " o u s Injury thcy__ h»ni«telf_— ft.lnrftrntiQH_tQ__ __ bt ra in e d .c re a tu re s.w e .th loughL oi ,-wj aitm gulieir— A dkiso n -h ir b u l8 id e -o f-th e .fre n ^ ,-w were,” A dkison said. h is hand bell >e]ow th e p inky inflicted b y > ‘ I tu r a a tth e c h im b a l] ." iso n o f th e ^ ^So p ro te c tiv e is Adkis< a t ci h o m p ra th e c lear plexiins m ostly sta- a shark (hat l l i e d iv e p a ^ rem ains Is th at, four m anim als he ca lls h is kids ing o f h is video cnmero. A t tter am phithe* glas housing tjioiuuy in an un d erw ater six-square^ ^ n e c o l o g i s t s titc h e d th e jyears ago, he declared .a si > • a te r.e n c lo s e d o n i h r eee e si td e s b y a '-, v is itin g gyi er’s C ay an r ile area north o f W alker c o t ^ ledge.-O ccasiona]l) allyi’ w e su m - w ound. Aidd ki isb n sw itch e d to so lid - m ater park. H e poste< te d w f ^ i n g ' Biiiera hotisings o n the the- underw i A o n b u r c ourage ^and sw iim w ith t h e ; colored cam inything clear o r w hite can o u te r m o s t s h a r k s , m a te tc h in g th e ir* o ry that any led w ith chum . H e blam es clo se to ' b e confused 8 i > ^ an d k e e p in g o u r hands hat rastly outnurh- h im se lf fo)'rr th i e bite. o u r bodies. 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P rim arily to gain gai control o f — $1, 000. • Bccause o f th e ir safety ty and tax adT h e feder ipular so ftw are a b ig b oost o st, a n alysts said. . 7 A n o th e r d if je ral governm ent u ses theB said R a n f t iffe re n c e b e tw e e n th e . L otus N o tes, a popul v a n ta g e , T reasuries m ay b les g r o u p s ^ M ic r o) s to f t ’s c o m p e tin g n e tly b e particuproceeds from fro the sale o f these secu- p ro g ra m th a t enable: s h I f y ou lived in G e o ^ ala,, w hich has securities is heow the interest is paid la r ly a p p e a lin g to inve the som c ’c S n - w o rk p roo d u c t. c a lle d M icro so ft v e s to rs w h o ' r itic s lo fin fino n c e th e g o p b e tw e e n1 0 6 percent incom e tax rdl ■pe o p le to Work on the rdtc, a 7 per- lo the investor, Itor. have a lo w tole ran ce for E x c h a n g; e , is a t le a st tw o y ea rs b r risk, need w hat it recei' p u te r file. x i v u ond w hat it spends, c e n t r a t e o n a T re a s uiry rj s e c u rity T re a su ry^ b iills , w h ic h re q u ire a steady interest incom e, or w ant lo re* M w Lco t u s ’ N o te s , a n a ly s ts M any con W ith N o tes, IB M > ill be ab le b e h in d L o n sid cr T reasury securitiess would b e equivalent to ab nvestm ent o f $10,000, are about a 7.45 minim um inve; duce their tax burden, Ror y to - s a i d . Ml iicc r o s o f t ^ E x c h a n g e is a n ft said. a ttractive alternatives all to shiA its so ftw aire re strateg : isc o u n t,,o r a price below interest, such sold a t a disco to certificatess percent y ield.in taxable inl P eople w ho are willin{ scheduled ing to d o p ao f d e p o sit,td fo r s a le 'b y the end o f w a r d c o m p u t e r n e ttw o rk s ' a n d the face value it,-w h ic h a re in su re d o nd1 os w hat a C D cam s. lue o< f th e bond. 3 mi c -c o m p u te r th is y ear, perw ork c a n purchase thi a w a y fro m th e hom the securitiN re present com co nutm ent f o r a certain1 Ity , the investor receives In A labam a, w hich hass a< 5 percent A t m aturity, d irectly fro m th e Fedem as been u nable Q . W hliat a t a b o tit k e y L o tu s em* rral R ese rv e, lim e, A m D o said. si m arket, w h ere it hos I :reent retum Ihe full face A lthough Treasuriesi incom e tax rate , a 7 perc c Vi value o f tb e bond. T he sav in g p u rc h a sin g fe esI c h o rged b y to unseat M icrosoftI Ci Corp. Its p la n p lo y e e s?f \W ill th e p ^ u c t s sta y c a n p ay a bbit lual about a d iff e re n c e b e tw e e n , tb e p u r c h a s e it m ore interest than CD s,, o n a T reasu ry w ould equ banks o r brokers, sa id Eli o ftw a re th a t a s g o o d ? iS 'to p r o v id e th e ssoi Elsie A m o, a th ey d o n ’t; alwoys. al' le fi face v alue is tb e inter* 7.37 perc en t yield in tax able w interest, price an d Ihe srs w orldw ide, ' A . U nidd ie i; th e d e a l , J im P. certified financial plannei lin k s co m p u te r users ler an d assoT h e aveert d. ' est th e investo Ihe financial advisers said. r a g e in te r e s t o n a s ix r e s to r c a m s. T h a t d ifferc ia te p r o f e s s o r o f ec o in o m ic s a t s h a r e d o c u - M an zi, 413, 3, w l l rem ain c h ie f exa llo w i n g th e m to> si m onth C D>,, as a reported recently, w ast n in in e s th e d is c o iin t rate , T o figure it, d ivide Ihe5 ttax*exOTpt^ ence d e term m ents an d application ions o r collab- e.cutive o>ff L o tu s a n d assum e the . Colum bus C ollege in Geoi Ited a s a percent, an d can » r g ia . ; 5.76 pcrc m cnl.t B y c om parison, a six*• intereist rate y ou earn b y ith e dif^cr>- .w hich is stated ven i f they a re title o f sseern io r v ic e p re sid e n t at H o w e v e r , th e c o n vbe'e n ie n ce is o ra te on pro jects even d to oth e r interest rates, m o n th T rea: e tax be com pared ii e asury b ill au ctioned lastt ence Iw tw een 1 a n d the: incom I IB M . H e: V w orth the price, b ccause tl: oce an s apart. th e fees ty pM onday, \p Api w ill re p o rt d ire c tly to the interest W ith tr e arasury' su r il 2 4, carried a discountc ~ rate yo u w o u ld p a y o n li: n o te s an d b o n d s, icolly ore n ot high, A rno si Q . D o e s th is m eeon a i th a t IB M IB M C h a ir ii m a n L o u is G ccstner. said. rate o f 5.75 5 ppc rcc n t x e iv e in terest paym erits investors recei incom e, i f it w ere taxable.i. d o ^ ' t w a n t to sesll ll so i ftw a re t o o n e o f the A nother advantage o f Treasury Ti le m o st p o w erfu l execu* SCt A 1 2 -mloont th T r e a s u n b ill a u c e iabove: .07 every six m ontI In th e G eorgia exam ple onths. he b u sin ess w orld, tiv es in the c u ritie s is th e y c an b e b o u g h t ond consum ers? tioned o n Thursday, Thi me 7 divided by A t th e tim e o f Issue, though, th e A pril 27, carriedI . divided b y (1-.06), o r . 07< so ld o n th e s e c o n d o ry/ 'im a rk e t — A . N o. IB M is ho[ h o p in g th a t it L o tu s wil w ill c o n tin u e lo h av e aua discount rate ra o f 5.90 p e rc e n t One!y .0745, o r g o v e rn m e nItt nm a y o r m a y n o l se ll .94, equals'approxim ately Will b e b e tte r a b le; to sell p a c k - tonom y ove w h ic h is h e lp fu l i f inves jv e r h irin g a n d w ill keep 'c s to rs n e e d y e a r C D s averaged av >onds a t ^ c e v a lue. D enotes a n d t>on( 6.35 percent In1 7.45 p e rc e n t • a g e s o f s o f tw a r e — s o - c a l le d its m uch-tq se -to u ted p ro g re ssiv e h i r - ^ ^ th i ^ r m oney before Iheir security h o w th e 'g o v e r n m e n t m ath e savings < ;s chart in today’s M oney iple, .07 di- p e n d in g o n3 hi In th e A la b am a exampl idc Lotus 1-2- ing policy, su ites — that includc Today. iust the effective y ield o n b y wants to adjust vided b y (1-.05), o r .07 divided d y'tures. 3 , th e p o p u lo r sprcac ea d sh e e t pro* M an zi aal: B u t T re a s u ry se cu rltie lso co nfirm ed that Roy tie s m a y b e T h e re ’s on at im p o rtan t differen c e Ihe securities, es, iit m ay sell th e m a t a .95, e quals .0737^ o r 7.37'ppe rc e n t O zzie, t hICe :3 9 -y eor-old d eveloper iu n fa m ilia r to so m e save gram . i-crs an d in betw e en Tfre rea su n e s’ re tu m ond the a sav* d isc o u n t o rr a t a p re m iu m , a p ric e A lth o u g h le ss liquid than th B u t IB M m ay scrap rap further d c- o f N o tes,, will, w stay on. “ H e ’s con* v e stors. A n d b u y in g thei lem d ire c tly return o f moi be securities above foce valu nony other securities: It is ings a ccount a t a b ank, the lulue. )S/2 o p e ra tin g v in c e d a s; I a m th a t th is is o good velo p m e n t o f its OS/system — a personal »1 co m p u ter’s thing,” Mlaarn z i soid. in g O z z ie o n d L o tu s ', b r a in s — b e c a u s e it il h a s b e e n . R e ta inlin nst M icrosoft, \ o th e r k e y s: o A w a re d e v e lo p e rs su ch a failu re against nd e rle .o f m ar- Awos critical said an aly st R ob Ende cal to th e d e a l's success i N ew sd ^ D epartm ent officiol hom e co m p u te rs to perm :ioI Potrick T ru em an o f :rmit a cc ess o n ly to site s Justice J ket-rescareh firm Data< ataquest Inc. fo r IB M . sssa id M ichael Popow , o thot d o n ’t o ftend them . T Tlhe softw are .co u ld also Ihe KKiadon. I A m erican Fam ily A ssocii O S /2 h a s a 4 percc :rc c n t m a rk e t v ic e preside id e n t ot O pp en h e im er & A s C ongress tak es u p[t ai new telec o m m u n ic a- bi ar contact w ith com puter T ru e m a n sa id h e e x ple e c tts C o n g re s s to v o le Iters th at d id n o t ha v e ratshare, w h ile M icrosoft o ft controls as' Co. H e also Iso said it is not surpristio n s la w a n d accom pan; m y in g p ro p o sa ls to ban W ednesday o r T hursday on th e I n t m e t pom og* ) ings. m uch a s 85 percen t o f t h e m ark et in g t h a t C G e r s tn e r - w o u ld o sk Tspace, a gro u p o f com p o rn ography from cybers' G laser sa id groups like t N otional E ducation raphy n. Ji Ja m e s E xon, D -N eb., ban offered b y S en. Ice the r -with its W in d o w s prodi r o d u c t .. ' M anzi to st£ sta y o board. “T h ey both panics h ove p roposed a tec lechnical fix. e T e lec o im n u n ica tio n s istia n C o alitio n m ight be as i an am endm ent fo r thle A ssociation o r th e C h risti Q . W h a t i f I D eed led t e c h n ic a l see eye-to-c o -eyc o n o lot o f A ings, S oftw are g ian t M ierosol loft C orp. h a s jo in e d w ith called i on to issue such rati re being o ffered, too. ratings; In f a c t dozens o f R I eform A c t A lternatives oare supjXMt f o r L o tu s p rog o ^ra m s? believe it o r n o t ” h e said. Internet heavyw eight Neti etscape. C om m unications groups* j v ie w s c o u ld b\je e in c lu d e d . G la s e r is a rvia tiv e o r g a n iz a tio n s A lth o u g h m any co n seerv anics say c o n Q . T b eB Justice J A . T h e tw o companii Departm ent and a sm all Seattle-based com pony. P rogressive board I ^ o n ’s m easure,. T ru r e m a n 's group does ectronic F rontier F ounda- support s m em ber o f the E lect a ny ch anges, s to p p e d M i sum ers w o n ’t n otice; an Microsoft from buying N etw o rk s, to sa y th e y w w:ill d c v e lo p .a so ftw a re ' lion, i w hich opposes m ost 1 ist form s o f cyber-censor* nno t h«j
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a g a in st th e sa id d e c e a s e dI IN || TH E MATTER O F TH E TT A D V E F ^S E M E N T SHARON M. BRYAN rrie perm it wOl b e sub}ec4 flo Coleman. Ritchie & Rob- TTii o o rr,. Tw in F e lls , I d a h o , IN TH E DISTRICT CO U RT ^ a r e r e a u l r e d to p r e s e n t1 ESTATES E O F SALE Pubiii O F JO S E P H A 'J D e ^ City Clerk ^ N A ^ D G L E N D O N ^ertson, A tlo im m a t Law, too iall prior w ater rights. ubiie c o m m e n ts re g a rd 5. th e i r c la im s w ith in f o u r• STEV/ART AND EU ^O RA ^O F THE FIFTH JUDICIAL City erf TSvln Falls ^ny p ro te s t m ust b e filed ing thie Plan wtU b e ta k e n a t g th ' P.P.O. Box 625. Twin Falls. An B IC T O FT H E ST A T E RYAN ? -----------T o W hom It May Concern: n:-- 321 S e c o n d Ave. E a s t ------ m o n th s afte r th a d a te o f th e' YV.S T E W A R T .rm th e Director, D e p t o f thtee heorkig. h« °DOIST Idaho 83303-0525, or fBed wM -p e rso n a l Representative Idi o r by w rttng to F IDAHO, IN AND FO R g first publlcatk)n o f th is no- dde ce ase d . O n S aturday, th e 17th /Vater R e so u rce s, S outh- Twwin in F a lla C o u n ty Com * ! nti P.O . Box 1907 wtth the Court. W« PUBUSH: J u n e 6 , 1 5 a n d wt T H E COUNTY O F TVWN 5 Mn Region, 222 Shoehone mlissk issk x w a , 4 2 5 Sho e h o n e N O TICE IS HEREBY da y of J u n e , 1995 S n a k e TWln Falla, ID 83303-19077 tic e o r sa id d a lm s will b e OATED this 1st day of em 2 2 ,1 9 9 6 .________________ FALLS MAGISTRATE ? f o r e v e r b a r r e d . C l a im sI G c IV E N t h a t t h e u n d e r ho . (208) 736-2245 Rh/er S to ra g e will sell tho S tre e tE a s t INvIn Fane, ID S tr tre June. 1995. Sir e e t N orth, TWin F a ils , DIVISION . m u st eith er b e pres ente d to' sig e n ed h a s b e e n oppolnted p e r s o n a l p r o p e r ty d e ­ S 3 0 1 t o o ^ wtth a pro- Idaho P. JOHNSON ' 83: Ioho83301.. IN THE DISTRICT CO U RT WIUriA ii . . th o u n d e rsig n ed P e rso n a l Pperso n al R ep resen tativ e of C g a s e N a S P 95-492 s c r i b e d b e lo w to a lo c;ai al P U B U S H :J u n e 1 S a n d 2 2 .. * M feeoT $ 26.0 0 onorbe> . Daatteed t h i s 1 4 t h d a y o f Personal Repreeentatlve . ^ Ms O FT H E RFTH JUDICIAL P« ,5 -----------------— ■ R epresentative o f th e e s —- .« ^ a u c t t o n o o m p a n y r A f l e n ^e r— - 199 5 bre July 6 ,1 9 9 5 . The prol- Jujnnee., 1995 th e a b o v e-n am e d e s ta te s , NOTICE T O CREDITO RS Jqpe 8, 15 and^ fon D IST RICT O FT H E ST A T E PUBUSH: PI ta te , c /o Rollg & P etereo n . All a p e rs o n s hav in g d a im s IN a l descrlptkm or th e proper­ LT TH E' MATTER O F TH E ^O F IDAHO. IN AND FO R 22.1995 es1 is t a n t m u s t a ls o s e n d a /s / BR /B R E N T REINKE 22 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF 5 ty to b e offered for s a le Is , O F T H E FIFTH JUDICIAL' A tto r n e y s a t L a w s. P .O . aag ain st th e saM d e c e a s e d ESTATE of th e protest to th e C hh aa iir m a n . T w in F e l l s ^ THE COUNTY O F TWIN — E . RYAN, ' ^ Box 2 7 4 9 . TWtn Falls, Ida- aar e r e q u ir e d lo p r e s e n t DONALD ^ a s follows: Furniture, avon. ounty C om m isakinen NOTICE OF APPUCATION epi FALLS MAGISTRATE NC ^ DISTRICT O F THE STATE f h o 8 3 3 0 3 , a n d filed wtth th e Itth e ir c la im s w lifiin f o u r D ec ea sed . Kids Item s, d othing, ste reo ^^KS»Higgineon,Olr. . Ueeb R O B E R T A FO R T DIVISION I FOR WATER PERMIT R.l ^ O F IDAHO. IN AND FOR‘ NO TICE IS HEREBY C o u rt ' rr onths a fter th e d a te o f th e _ cabinet, TV. a n d oth e r m is­ m ■ • • Omk leri( The C a sa No: SP -95-276 Th following appllcatton ^ **■ THE COUNTY O F TWIN' DATED th is 3 0 th d a y of first fli publlcatton of th is n o - G ° IV E N t h a t t h e u n d e r - ^NOTICE TO CREDfTORS ‘ has cella n eo u s Hems. UBUSH: J u n e 1 5 ,1 9 9 5 h a been f M to appn>prtPU BUC NOTICE PUBL FALLS MAGISTRATE sig n ed h a s b e e n ap pointed, ^ May, 1995. ' tl< T his s a le is m a d e to e n ­ tice o r sa id d a lm s wili b e g In th e M atter of th e E sta te ate a u the puUio waters of the Thi ‘h e T w in F a lls C o u n ty DIVISION GEFV>Id b y b e e f{ force th e lien rfg h ts o fa s e lf f o r e v e r b a r r e d . C l a im s vP erso n al R e prese ntative o f o^fA L V IE L JOHNSON, Ststeofldaho: Got Sti ^ommisskMwra w a held a ■ C O ftR E C nO N ? Pe rso n al R ep resen tativ e ir ust either b e p re se n te d to ^th e a b o v e - n a m e d e s ta t e . D .m se rvice s to r a g e taciilty. The ec ea sed . M/ MARIO R. a/OR BRENDA put lubllc hearin g on Friday, T hhe er notkie o f Pubfie H ear'I* C a se No. S P - 9 5 ^ 1 . th e u n d e rsig n ed P e is b n a l All ^ p e rs o n s h a ving d a im s n a m e a n d la s t Known a fd :­ NOTICE T O CR E O rrO R S Jur N O TICE IS HEREBY K.K.BLANCO lu n e 3 0 , 1 9 9 5 a t 1 0 :0 0 ir nigpipubltohed in th e Tim ee agiJnitt th e s a U d e c M s e d • PU B U SH : J u n e 8 , 1 5 a n d ' R ep rese n taU v e of th e e s d r e s s of th e le s s e e w ho ^se In th a M atter of th e E state G IV E N t h a t t h e u n d e r - 4417 44 CLEAR LAKE RD a.ni im . regarding th e Intend* N ew s s on W edneeday, J u n e lew a r e r e q u ir e d t o p r e s e n t 2 2 .1 9 9 5 . ta tale. C!/o Rolig & P eterao n , f ' g o p e i ^ wtll b e so k i Is a“s of MARQARETQ. ANDER-; ID 83316 edi sign ed h a s b e en appointed BUHl. BL d adoption a the recently 14. li A ttom eys a t Law . P.O . Box t h e i r c la im s w ith in f o u r ^p e rsonal representative of 47-06364 '• ami 47 m sn d e d TWin FaBa Coun- nin g s ^ SO N . D ec ea sed . m onths afte r th e d a te o f th e } f D A ^ J . QHAN, P.O . Box So U nnanw l Stream ty IN T H E DISTRICT CO U RT 227 4 9 . T w in F e lls , I d a h o first pubUcetton o f this no- th e a b o v e -n a m e d e s ta t e . Source: ( C( o m p re h e n siv e P la n , u s se e, ,i la n d d iv re lo n a , a n d 690, Twin Falls, ID 83303, irlbutaiy to Mud Creek tSa O F T H E R F T H JUDICIAL 88:3 3 0 3 , a n d file d w ith th e tic e o r sa id d a lm s will b e All irit h e m eeting w ll b e held a t . varlar arlancee w a a m istakenly NO TICE IS HEREBY/ ^ p e rso n e having claim s U nlt«38. a^ g s M th e saki d e c e a s e d .. Diverskn I3I\ P t:. 425 25 S hoshone S t N. fourth prinl« rin ie d . T h e h e a r in g re* QIVEN th a t Carl Q. A nder-r. D IS T R IC T O FT H E ST A T E C f o r e v e r b a r r e d . C l a im s A U C IA T O R R E R O . 611 DATED thto 3 0th d a y of S13, T9S, floo a r e r e q u ir e d t p p r e s e n t NEV*SEV48E%, NE oor, TV*) Fans, klaho. gardli ard ln g t h e s e I s s u e e will L* s o n h a s b e e n a p p o in te dr, O P IDAHO. IN AND FO R • m u s t b e p r e s e n t e d t o May, 1995. ’ ? B ullion R d . S p # 1 0 , Elko, persona] re p re se n ta th v of,* their daim s>vlihin four (4) R1 R14E; TWin FaHs County. Any TH E COUNTY O F TWIN M Jiy IndlvMual desiring to n o tmn o r w a s N e v e r ached* 3t D ^ LAJRRY STEW ART £ o n a ld G ie n d o n R y a n . m N V 89801.U nK «f16. o n lh s a f te r lb e d a le e f^ U s ir r i g c ^ (0.04c(s) Use: r ^ FALLS MAGISTRATE U n to w th e P ta n m s y o b ts k i u le led d t o t e k e p l a c e . T h e ^ th e sb o v e H w n e d decode*I P e n o n a lR e p re s e n ta tiU o f ^ JO D Y 80U N D Y . 4 4 0 B m first pubtk»atk)n o f this no 4/1 4/1-10/31 a Cl J DIVISION P c o p y a t th e TVrin F a ils TWm ivmI FaBe C ounty oommief n t . A ll p e r s o n s h a v in g th e e sta te , a t 126 2 n d Ave. T S t . Tw in F alls. ID 83301. lic e o r .s a k l d a lm s will b e Da Date FDed: 5/5/1995 Cou kxnity Board o f Commieeionei o n e is re g ret a n y inconve* ' c laim s a g a in s t th e d e c e N orth, Tw in F a ils . Id ah o . PUBUSH: J u n e 8 . 1 5 a n d [;l! Unit # 4 4 A In:0.5 a o n within SEKSE- sk>r P< loners O fnoe ,'426 S hoe- n i ei emn c e t h i e m a y h a v e , d e n t o r h e r e s ta te a re re-! C a s e No. S P -9 5 4 7 2 filed w ith th e Court. . f^o r e v e r b a r r e d . C l a im s In: NA TH A N C A S T R O . 3 1 2 "a n dOATED 2 2 ,1 9 9 5 . V ^S13,T9S,R14E. hon o n e S tre e t N o rth ;fo u rth ' c auweeee d . . q u i r e d t o p r e s e n t t h e i rr NO TICE T O CREDITORS this 30 th da y of m u s t b e p r e s e n t e d t o 3 r d A v e . W . # D -2 . T w in Lr c l a i m s w i t h i n f o u r ( 4 )I ____________________ . Falls. ID 83301. Unit «22C. m o n th s afte r th e d a le o f th e R v further Infomiation : ” first publication o f th is no... ORDINANCE NO . 242C !426 / . ’ c o n ta c t S n a k e R ivsf S to r- ,tic e o r s a id claim s wilt b e» W-. a g e a t (208) 734-1400. Jf o r e v e r b a r r e d . C l a im s TY O F TWIN FAU-S, IDAHO.>. A ANNEXING CERTAIN REAL PI I AN ORDINANCE O F T H E O C T Y COUNCIL O F TH E CITY i^ROPERTTY BELOW DESCRIB UBa>, PROVIDtNG THE ZONINQ tlNQ.CLASSiFlCATIONS. . m u st either b e p rese n te d toI DISTRICTS MAP AMENDMENTS TH E R E FO R , AND OROERINC m a T H E NECESSA RY AREAk0O F IMPACT AND ZONING DIS PU B U SH : J u n e 8 a n d 15. th ! e undersig n ed a t th e ad p e r ty k ) c e te d e e s to f th e 1 3 0 0.,14 X)K PA R TN ERS h a s m a d e a p ppOcetton a for annexstior) of propet Stre et North e n d aoiithi.otiii«iso()li«oo,_i7bb of 1 W HER EA S, STCMEYBROOK 1400,1500 and 1600 btocks off Locust L _ d r e s s In d ic a te d , o r file dI a n d 1 8 0 0 b k K k s o f P o le U n e Ro r ad E ast; an d , >, held a PubBo H earing a s requin gtired by on t ^ 1 ^ day ot' October, 0 b 1883, to consider th eI Z 2ao d n g D eeignatton en d WHEFIEAS, th e City Planning a n d Z o g i g C O T i n l s ^ o nw^fteC K y o f ^ F y , ADVERTISEMENT FO RI )wtth th e Cferlc of th e Court. S T E P H A N . K V A N V IQ , n e c e e s a ry A rea o f Im p sct a n d I rea l p ro p e r^ below d e e o M ; • . - ' BID S FO R novm to m e C l^ C o u n d fo r TVvki i^ l^ k lB h o ;« id , W H E R E te , th e Clly R an nling io g a n d & n ln g C om m isston h eISs m a d e reoom m ertdatlons knm 1 9 9 5 -B L U S LAKES ; STO N E &TRAINOR BYRUSSELLG.KVANVIQ Iho, h e i d a P u b B o H e a ^ a a rI reei q u M b y law o n th e 16th di^ < Rh d a y b f Decem ber, 1883, on t t w : W HER EA S, th e City Council^ c flfe rth e C iW o fT w ln F a a e , idahi , B 0 U L £ V A R D S 0 tm < A re a of Im pact e n d Z or*i DUUIU?** Z o n in Q D e e to M il to n i^ n e coeeesary s 1 9 9 4 , a n d o n th e ^ s t d a y o f M h arch, i m . t o c o n s k t e r t h eiZ s u g ^ a n n e x s fle n o f flie te M piropeny r^ o e n w o eecnoeot RECONSTRUCTION 'A t t o r n e y s ( o r P e r s o n a l NOW , THE fERLTOR E, BE r r ORDAINED i D BY TH E c m r C O U ^ L O F Tl r!tic n r% F lM N R u I^ P R O JE C T I S E C n O N l . T h a t th e fonowfn taxed into e n d d e d a re c lib b e ea pi nvfng d eecra>ed rea l pro p erty b e Ia n d ttte s a m e Is h e r e ^ annaxi pert of the o t y of TVvin Ids Boise Meridian, TWln F a ls Count) m lO S o u lh , R a n g e 17 B u t , Boi e ’ T w i h F a i l s . I d a h o i A p a r c e l of land lo cated in G ove o v e m m en t Lois 2 an d s T s e ^ unty, Mtho, fnore perttoute^ deK NotMMJeafbOows: ’ '■■■S e a le d p r o p o s a l s will b e ] Kl to tlw Reel Polritt 0of Beginning; • . ’ -------- D e p u ty CHy C le r ic a l 321• *208-733-2721 9) 1 b o u n d a w of sa id Se e d o n 3 t o Ith e north q u a rte r corn e r o f s e c a sitt 1320.95 fe e t ak>ng th e north S e c o n d A v en u e E ast. TM n fPU BUSH : J u n e 8 . 16 a n d TH * E N C E S o u th e9*43'46* ele m rr m e rtle tS ; • Ih Ib o u n d ^ o f a ak l aactkm t o ih a s t 1322.02 f e e t ek x tg th e north t h ie n o r t h a e ^ e m o l G ovem F aO s.id a fttu n tfl 2:0 0 P.M .. !2 2 ,1 9 9 5 . ^TH E N C E S o u th 6 9 * 4 r 4 r etest Got Lot 2; T H E N C E S o u th 00*60*42* wvest e st 1 286.98 f e a t ak x ig th e e e sItt bt o u n d aty o f G overnm ent t oItt 2 to ttie so u th e a s t o o m e r of Government U p revailing local tim e J u n e * also th e c« iterflne of M adrane o n e e tre M ^ o ^ . s e t o o m e r o f O ov am m en t Lot 2 , 1 3 0 , .1 9 9 5 . a t w h ic h tim 1 e IN I: T H E D IST R IC T C O U R T ]T H E N C E N orth 89*43'51* w«e sstt 1 3 22.83 f e e t to th e eouthw eC t h e y S h a l t b e p u b l i c l yy O ' FT H E FIFT H JU D IC IA L T1 H EN C E N orth 89*38'66* wwestt1 B l . 4 0 f e e e l i p j r i s y . c hord 1 7 J 2 fee ttk t, t iio e n te :e 2 .< e ^ e r ) d d io r i'^ f 1 H o J r e 'N S t h i ^ 7 % SeatlTO^STfcec Council C h tn M r s of theB O F IDAHO. 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(luo no tn e poutionor. T ho Po- ^ tiiloner's m aldon n a m e is till 16'07*we#t 240.49 f e ^ THENCE South 00 * ie '0 Crosslor. Furthormoro. th o . Cn rve right a s follows: central angle rt. a n : 70 .5 3 feet, chord 7 a s i foe THENCE Along a curve )le05*23'18*. radius 750.00 foet. oot; tangent 35.29 foot an d chord ord bearing south 02*5751 w/ost; est potlUonor prolors to go by po W w e a t 354.17 feet: . - THENCE South 0 5 '3l9a 'a tho the nam e of Catherine a s It }le 8 4 * 3 r5 1 * , radius 200.00 feot. THENCE A lo n g a o u v e rtght a s follows: cen tral angle rt. a rc 285.42 feet, chord 269.29 9 ffe e t. ta n g o n i1 8 2 .0 9 f o e ta nidd c hord bearing south 4 7 '5 8 '225* 5 * 'w s t ; w w at s h e r g r o n d m o th o r -s 2 '3 8 ' w ^ 7 0 i : i e f ^ to th e wrtwt o« boundary ^ f said Govomriiont — =-------THENCE- N w tt 88»42'3{ ont 1Lot S .'aiso th o 'e o st boundary ry of Iho EoffTroct;------------------na narho. ---------_ T H E N C E -N o rth 0 0 !S 86 '3 - 3: 7 l« a s td 4 fS 7 .f e e ta lo n g ihle e eo a s t boundary.of tho Eoff.Tracttc o :to th a R oal Point o f Boglnnlng(i g(Contalnlng a p p ro x lm a ta ly .1’.7.^^ae re s);-a tT d . . __________ -------------- :—-CoBoNo,-CV C -------- P e tlllo n o r -'a f a th o r ’s -----------83*2002 -----------Parcel 2-A: NOTICE O F SALE O F RE - nam na e Is Philip Don Crosslor A p a n » t of land located e d In ll G overnm ent Lota 2 an d 3i.. S ection 3. Township 10 South.. R Rea n g e 17 Eaat, B oise Meridian, in. Twin Foils County. Idaho, beir >elng m oro ( O c u la r l y described « d ai s follows: . /A L P R O P E R T Y U N D E R and an his last kQown place of lion 3; B northw est co m er of aald Sectlor ' CO M M E N C IN Q atthena rrei esldonco Is 4 6 0 2 SouthWRIT O F EXECUTION V THENCE Sooth e9*43‘4i I3'48' e a s t 2641.90 feot to th o north not quarter com or ol Section 3 oj an d being tho R eal Point of Boi ktglnning; w< w o st J u n e a u . S e a ttle . 10 north boundary of Section 3; THENCE SouthB9*41’4' II *47* o a st 661.01 feet alo n ^ tho r W < Wlashington 88136. gacurve: rve left a s follows: contral an g le0 O S ^ '1 8 * . radius 760.00 foot, an; are 70.53 foet. c hord 70.51 foot. I jections m a y ^ filed by any 1. tangent 35.29 foot ond c hord d bearing b north 0 2 * ^ 5 1 ' east; t; Dofondont. joe e - o r e a s t 240.49 feet; THENCE North 00*16*0; e rso n w ho c a n . In su c h TH E SH E R IFF O F T W IN ppo THENCE S outh 89*43'4I 0 '4 8 ‘ o a st 3 93.98 fee t a long tho r 10 north boundary of Section 3 toa thi th o R eal Point of Beginning (cot x n laln in g approxim ately 11.20 M acros). c b jo c tio n s . s h o w to th o ^ F FALLS COUNTY. IDAHO. oOb SECTJCN 3. T hat tho h o Ireal properties sh o w n o n tho 10 aattac h ed Exhibit *1*. labolod ‘PP a nro d 2 -B ' a n d 'P a rc e l 3 ' and ddoo s ^ b o d below, bo an d th o slam a n o a re he re by z o n ed R*4 PR RO O P.U .O .: fNOW G IVES NOTICE O F Cc C o u rt a g o o d ro a a o n P arcel 2-B: 5SALE Of root property un- oog galnst suc h a 'c h a n g e of A paroel of land located ed In li Govom m ent Lots 2 a n d 3I.. Section S 3, Township 10 South.. Ro R ange 17 E ast, Bolsq Meridian, n . Twin Falls County, Idaho, boln K>ln*g m oro particularly described lOd 03 i follows: , fld o r W rit o f E x e c u tio n to na namo. Hon 3; est co m o r of said Socilon ' COMMENCING a t th e9 northw no Hearing on Petitioner's s satisfy tho S e c o n d A m end­ L3'48' o a st 2 6 41.90 feet to th e north nor quarter com or of Section 3; THENCE S outh 89*43'4J 3; e titio n fo r C h a n g e of • e0 d J u d g m e n t o n to r o d In PPe THENCE S outh 89*4V 11*47* 4 e a s t 681.01 feet a long th10 e inorth boundary of Section 3; ttlh i s m a tte r o n A p ril 2 0 , Nam No o Is sot for T uesday, THENCE S outh 00*51*6 ^oal Point of Beginning; ;1*55* w est 4 8 2 .0 2 foot to th e Re« 11885. Tho roal property to tho the le ih day of July. 1985, THENCE S outh 00*6V6i iV 5 5 'w e st 107.67 feet; bo b sold Is situatod In Twin a at t9 :0 0 a .m ., o r o s so o n THENCE Along a curve i n/e right a s follows: contra! an g)le le i89*25-16*. radius 100.00 foot,I. aanrc 156.07 fool, chord 140.71 foot,tangont fo hord bearing south 4 5 * 3 4 '^ ' w wos 88.00 foot an d chor ost; FFalls County. Idaho, and is therooftor o s cou n sel c an the THENCE North S9*42-4£ 2-49* w est 447.37 foot; m oro particularly de scribed bo bo hoord In ihis court. THENCE Along a curve n/e lett I a s follows: contral an g leB 31 35*09'05*. radius 100.00 foot, arq 61.35 foot, chord 60.39 foot, d bearing south 72*42'39 wost; W ITN ESS MY HAND t. ttangent 31.68 foot a n d chord b «: • ■ a s follows: THENCE S o u A 65*0G'0< i8-0e* w est 108,27 f e e t . AND SEAL o f sa id C ourt A^ radius 250.00 foot, aarc n/e lett 5i THENCE Along a curve I a s follows.'£ontrat a n g leB 56*41‘16*. rc 247.35 foot, chord 237.38 foe oot, ta n g en t 134.86 foot an d choi :hord t>oaring north 5 5 * S 8 '5 r w wo: ost; L ot 1. T w in F o ils C ly d e ihls.eih day of Juno, 1895. thii THENCE N orth 84*20-3C 0*30’ w eat 189.62 feet; SSubdivlsfon to th o Clw ol THENCE North 05*39‘3C 9 - 3 0 'e a s t 138.65 feet; T E P H A N , K V A N V IG . Twin Falls, C ounty ol Twin S81 T e al Point of Beginning (containing I1‘4 r e a s t 1067.72 feet to th o R Rei THENCE S outh 89*41'4; ling approxim atoly 4.86 acres); ar andl & TRAINOR F Falls, S tate of Idano. Moro STONE ST Parcel 3: com m only k n ow n o s 4 4 8 By By RO BE R T C NICHOL­ c tn 3 . TownshlpIO So'uth, R ang e 1177 E 1 ast. Boise Meridian, Twin Fa »d In ' A parcel of land located It G overnm ent Lot 2 . S ection Nows: - • V Falls County. Idaho, being m oire r e ;particulorty-describod o s follow W aahlnoton Sl. N o., Twin SON, SC Atlomoy for Politkjnor 6 ‘ tw ost 2644,02 foot from th e nnoo rth east c o m e r of Section 3);: - O O M M E N C lN Q attheno >north quarter c o m e r of S ectiom n 3 (said point lies north 6 9 '4 1 '416* ROBERT S. FORT. Clerk F Fells. Idaho. RC eiU Point of Beginning; ' 1 -46* e a s t 661.01 fee t to th e ReiU THENCE S outh B9’41'4< /a/CO O LEY /a/ o rth east .com er of G overnm em Ljo\ o t:2; THENCE S outh 68*41'4( 1-46* e a s t 681.00 fee t to th e north T ho sa le will b e hold on Deputy Oo Clerk THENCE S outh 00*50'4S 0'42* w est 6 68.49 fee t a long thiee te a s t boundary of G overnm entt LLo o t2 ; •* U e front ste p s of th e Twin th 2'49* w est 760.24 feet: THENCE N orth Bfl*42-49 Ju n o 15. 2 2 ,2 9 Falls C ounty C o u rth o u se , PUBUSH; PU • F S THENCE Along a curve v e lett I a s follows: (» n tral anglo1 6g*25'16*. 8( radius 100.00 foot, aarc rc 156.07 foot, chord 140.71 feoet e ta n g en t 89.00 feei an d chord ssitu ate d a t 425 S h o s h o n e and 3rd bearing north 45*34'3 3' e aast: st; am July 6 ,1 9 9 5 _________ THENCE North 00*51'S5 sal Point of Beginning (containing t'55* o a st 569.70 foot to th e Real ig ai approxim atoly 10.20 acros), S tre e t N orth, T w in F alla. — IN THE DISTRICT COURT SECTION 4. T hat tho f attach ed Exhibit *1 ” labeled 'P=arcol arc 4* ond 'P a rc e l 5 ' and dose ho real properties show n o n th e ai scrib ed below, bo an d th o s a m n ee .a re horoby zonod R>1 VARIAB IIABLE P .U ,0.: Ic Idaho, a t tho hour ond do te 'N O P arcel 4: herein spocilied. . OfFT H E FIFTH JUDICIAL h O F THE STATE A parcel of land located Ir Govomment-L.ots 2 a n d 3.. Section 3. Tow nship 1 0 South, R a n g e 17 E ast. Boise Moridion. )d In Si n. Twin Falls CounW, Idaho, boln oing m ore particularly described od ac s follows: TH E SA LE WILL B E DISTRICT P i' O F IDAHO. IN AND FOR 8' north quarter c o m e r of Sectionn 3 (said poim lies so u th 69*43'4 COMMENCINQ a t th e>noi 4 8 ' o a st 2641.90 foot from tho no northw est com or of^Section 3);i: CONDUCTED on T uos9 THE THENCE S outh 0 0 * 63-08* 3 '« w est 727.92 feet o long tho 10 vw est boundary of Govomrhont'Lc it'Lot 2 to th e Roal Point ol Boglni ilnning; day , tho 11th d a y ol July, ^ COUNTY OF TVWN FALLS MAGISTRATE 5'06* o a st 70,‘64 feet; THENCE North 55*0e'06 ' 1995. ot Iho hour of 10:00 ' DIVISION _ v e right a s follows: central a n glie le :35*0d‘0S*. radlua-100.00 fM t,. art ---------THENCE-AIong a curve r a rc 61.35 foet. ch o rd 6 0 .3 9 foot, ot. ta n g en t 3 1.68 fee t a n d chord ird bearing I north 7 2 '4 2 '3 9 ' oast; st; aa.m . '._y 2 '4 9 ^ o ast 1207.61 foot to th e eBBSt a s boundary of G ovem m enl Lot THENCE S outh e9*42’4£ at 2; T ho so le will bo conduct- Coso J'® No. SP-95-429 ' NOTICE TO CREDITORS co m er of G ovom m ent Lot 2; 0-42' w est 618.49 fo et to th e soouthoost ut THENCE S outh 00*50'4S o0 d p u r s u a n t to § 11-301 NC In the Mattor o l tho e state S 'S r w est 1322.93 feet to th e aou THENCE N orth e9*43'61 jouthw ost co m er of G ovem m enl « LUo t 2 ; a n d § 11-304. Idoho Code. • “ ISAAC BLOXHAM 3-08* e a a t 4 i a 5 6 feet alo n g ttieB w e st boundary of G ovem m enlI Lo Lot 2: THENCE North 00*53'08 Notice o f th e sale, Ihe OlJOHN o'*' D eceased. 0', radius 250.00 feet, arc v e lI e t t ^ follows: central a nglo>26*32'2 2£ THENCE Along a curve arc 124.52 feet, c hord 123.24 feei d a to . and th e p la ce thoroof set. ta n g en t 63.58 f e e t an d chorc iord bearing north 13*23'02* wrest; est 3 06* e a s t 37.43 fee t to th e Roai P 11 Point of Beginning (containingI api approxim ately 18.76 acres); and T H B4CE North 65*08’06 nd. ' sl shall bo given by this notice NOTICE IS HEREBY P a rc e ls: IV E N t h o t 't h o u n d e r ­ td In ' A parcel of land located Ir G ov en u n en t Lot 3 , S ectio n 33 , TownshlpIO South. R an g e 17 E ast. Boise Meridian. Twin Fal lows: re particularly described aa follow -alls County, Idaho, being m ore ( *%°)*^^ostlng In th ree public G Q*' h a s boon appointed n 3 (said point lies so u th 89 *43'48' »north qu arter c o m e r of Section (8 ' < e a s t 2641.90 fee t from th e nDonhwest o CO M M E N C IN G atthenoi c o m er of Section 3);■; p la c e s In th o City of Twin signed JO' Porsonal ReprosonlaU vool 3-08' w est 869.22 feet along thlee e a s t boundary of G o vem m entI Lai -THENCE S o u th 00*53*06 Lot 3 to th e R eal Point of Beglnr Falls. P S tate of Idaho: f°' Inning; 3-08* w est 4 1 8.5 6 fee t alo n g th10 e e a s t boundary of G o vem m ent( L Lot o ts ; ■ TH ENC E S outh 00*53*06 _ ( b ) _ P 0 3 tln g y ir h o r e jh e l.* "th®e a b o v e -n a m e d e s ta te . 9 -5 8 * w e sti9 i.4 0 fe e t: THENCE N orth B9*39‘58 property Is to b e sold: ond •'All p e rso n s having'cloim s---------*“ ■ - - - ----------------pl v e right a s follows: central an g le C 04*58'09*. radius 20 0 .0 0 feet,, are a re 17.23 foot, c hord 17.22 foot, t; THENCE Along a curv r north 87*11 -52' w ost; (c) Publication In tho Twin ogoinst tho sa id d e ce ase d Bt. ta n g en t 8 .62 fee t a n d chordJ bearing b< }-47* . THENCE North 84*43’4 7 w e st 173.65 feet; Falls Tlmos-Nows. a nows- a ro r e q u ir e d to p r e s e n t F radius ,200.00 foot, airrcc 17.23 ' v e lett 04 THENCE Along a curve l< o s follows: c e n t ^ an g le104*56‘09* foet. c hord 17.22 feot.:. ta t n g en t 8.62 foet and chord bearing t>of north 67*11'52* wost; ... p a p e r p u b lis h e d In Tw in Ih o ir c la im s w ith in fo u r ofior tho dote of the )'55* w e st 79.63 foot; THENCE North 89*39'65 ■ ?F o Is, Tw in F alla C ou nty. m onths first pubiicalion of this no­ >'14* THENCE North OS’02'1 4 o a st 134.07 foot; Idahci. Ic VO rright a s follows: contral anglo lo 773*23-43*, radius 100.00 fM t., aarc re 128.10 foot, chord 119.S2 foot, fo< tangont 74.53 foot an d cho THENCE Along a cunrtt a s t; 0D A T E D t h i s 7 t h d a y o f tico J'co or sa id c laim s wiil bo :hord bearing north 41 *44*05* eeas f o r e v e r b a r r o d . C la im s S'57* e a s t 114.19 feot; , THENCE North 78*25'57 Jl n e . 1995 Ju m u st bo p reso n to d lo iho v e loft 66 S'50' radius 100.00 foot, airrce 9i 8 ,0 3 f o e t, c h o rd 84.15 foot: tangont ti .T H E N C E Along a curve l( a s follows: central an g lei66*O WAYNE TOUSLEY 56.36 foot an d c hord1 bearing b< north 5 0 * 2 f0 2 * east;t; V I THENCE N orth 22*tff07 1-07* e a s t 103.02 feot; Sheriff. Twin Falls County, uun" d' e r s i g n e d , P o r s o n a l S Roprosontotivo of tho OS3 2 '5 2 ’00*. radius 100.00 foot,, aarc rc 57.36 fool, cho n j 56.58 foot. ve right o s follows: central an g le S THENCE Along a curve r Dt. tangont 2 9.50 feet and chord rd tbearing north 38*42'06' oa st; st; ic Idaho . a tote, a i Roiig & Potorson, J-06' e a s t 129.41 foot; • THENCE North 55*08'06 a t Law. P.O . Box igle 28*32'20'. radius 250.00 foot, ot, io r e '124.52 foot, chord 123.24 md chord bearing so u th 13*23'02 3 02* e a s t to th e R eal Point of PUBLISH: p J u n e 1 5 .2 2 an d Attorneys Attc rvo right a a follows: cen tral angle THENCE Along a curve 24 f o o t. tangont 63.56 feot and 2 7 4 9 . T w in F o ils . Id ah o . g i n n i n g (containingB approxim ai: atoly 3 .6 8 a cres). 21 3 3 0 3 a n d file d w llh tho _________________ 815: ittac h ed Exhibit *1*, labeled 'P arco rcoli 6* an d d e scribed below.-bo) ao n d tho sa m e Is hereby z o n ed 10 nreal property show n o n th e atta SECTION 6. T hat tho Jd fR-2 PR O P.U.D.: IN THE DISTRICT COURT Court. Coi lows: l^ d In Governm ent Lot 3 . S ectio n 3, 3. TownshlpIO South, R an g e 17 E ast. Boise Meridian, Twin Fal ■ A parcel of land located -alls County. Idaho, boing m ore p ro partlculariy described a s followi O F T H E FIFT H JUDICIAL . DATED this 7th day of lies north 89 '4 3 -4 8 ’ w est 26i 2641.80 foot from th o north quari COMMENCINQ a t th e north not co m er of S ection 3 (said1polm artor co m er of Section 3); pc Ju r 1995 0DISTRICT O F TH E STATE Juno, 3'48 e a s t 1320.95 fee t to th e north orthw est co m er of G ovom m ent Lot THENCE S ou th 89*43'48 UVVAR BLOXHAM • ' (O F IDAHO. IN AND FOR LA> t( th e Rool Point of Beginning; . THENCE S ou th 00*56'37 ict to 3-37* w est 644.57 foot a long thlO e oe a s t boundary nf tho Eoff T ract ig; Porsonal Roprosonlotive TH E COUNTY O F Pet 2-39* o a st 701.16 feot; .'THENCE S outh 09*42-39 2309 TWIN FALLS 23( Addison Avo E ast 8 4 * 3 r5 1 '. radius 20 0 .0 0 foet. airc r c 2: 9 5 ,4 2 feot. chord 269.28 foot ‘ ■THENCE Along a curve li a s follows: contral anglo184 ^ ve left lot, tangont 182.09 foot an d chor hord bearing north 47*58'2 5' o)ast; a st Twin C a so N o .C V 9 5 -1 9 2 9 TwI Foils. ID 83301 1-30* o a s t 64.01 feet; ■. ‘THENCE! North 05*39-30' O ) ‘3 0 ' e a s t 189.52 feet; ■ -T H E N C E .S outh84*20‘30 0 R D E R F O R S E R V IC E PUBLISH: Ju n e 1 5 .2 2 and BY PUBUCATION PU B lo 5S 6 '4 1 ‘ie*, radius 250.00 foot,. arc a rc 247.35 foot, c hord 237.38 foot foi tangont 134.86 foot a n d cchc THENCE Along a curve rl hord bearing south 55*59'5 1' oast; oi I/O right 08 follows: contral an g le 29.1995. H ea the r L ee Solnicka 29. THENCE S outh 55*0e'06 3 '0 6 'w e st 129.41 feet; Plaintiff _ jst; 2 * 5 2 '0 0 ', radius 100.00 foot, aore re 57.38 foot, tihord 56.58 feot,t. ttangont 2 9.50 feel an d chordd bbearing south 38*42'06 * wost; . THENCE^ Along a curve U osfollow a: cen tral anglo'332 i/e lett INTHE DISTRICT COURT vs IN' 3 'O r w e st 103.02 feet; . THENCE S outh 22*16-07 O OfFT H E FIFTH JUDICIAL >rd bearing so u th 50*21-02* wlost; est; Z denek Solnicka lo 556*09-50', radius 100.00 feet, arc THENCE Along 8 curve ri are 98.03 foet, c hord 94.15 foot, )t. tangont 53.36 foet a n d chord i r e right a a follows: contral anglo DISTRICT OF THE STATE D efendant. DIS > -5 7 ^ w o 8 tll4 .l9 fe e t; THENCE S o u m 78*25-57 O 01F IDAHO. IN AND FOR radius 100.00 foot, a rc lord bearing south 41 *44 0 5 ' w r t left a s foltowa: central artgle 73*23-43*. 73 re 128.10 foot, chord 119.52 foe oet. tangont 74,53 fee t a n d chord TH E N C E ^A Iongacurveli wos est; ( ' , , , Upon reading a n d filing THE of P lalntiff-s A ffidavit lo r T} COUNTY O F TWIN THENCE S outh 05*02-14 >-14* w est 134.07 feet; FALLS MAGISTRATE Service by Publication, a n d F Sl 1-56* w est 164.79 feet; THENCE North 89*39-56' DIVISION It a ppearing therefrom that ird bearing north 81*64-29*. w ost; :o16*30‘64*. radius 3 0 0 .0 0 foot,:. a re n 81.24 feot. c hord 80,98 foet. et. tangont 4 0.67 foot a n d chord i THENCE Along a p u rv/oe rlright a s follows: central a nglo 1 th e D o f o n d a n t, Z d e n e k i'0 2 *w est1 1 4 .3 4 feet; THENCE North 74*09'02* Solnicka h a s de p arted frem CCoi a se No. SP-95-454 radius 20 0 .0 0 foot, ea rc re 82.49 foot, c hord 61.91 foot.I. ta n g o n t4 1 .8 4 f o e ta n d c h o rdd bbearing north 8 5 * 5 r 5 8 ' .w ost; /e left 23 THENCE Along a curve It a s follows: contral a nglo 23.*3rS2', NOTICETO CREDITORS tho S tate of Idoho, ond afNO ■ 1-06* w e st 1 46.251eet; ' THENCE S outh 62*13-06 to r d u e d lllg en c o , c a n n o t In In the t Mattor of tho E state est; to rd bI o arin g so u th 86*15-14' wes,t; radius 2 0 0 .0 0 foot, aarc »t-. tangont 14.11 foot an d chord re 28,17 foot, c hord 28.15 foot-. /e right a s follows: contral an g lee08*04'15*, 0 THENCE Along a curve ri W. WATSON. bo found within th o S tate of of of CECIL ( bl of tho Eoff Tract; !-39* w est 234.54 fee t to th e e aist s t boundary I THENCE North 89*42-39IIcd a h o , a n d t h a t th o l e s t Decoasod. Do< •al Poim ol Beginning (containingg ep approxim atoly 11. 06' acres). THENCE North 00*66-3 r e a s t 401.21 fee t to th e R eal i-S?* i NOTICE IS HEREBY known o d d re ss of th e D e­ operty a s hereby zonod. kr )l8trtcts Map for th e City of Twin Falls, Fal Idaho, b e an d tho sa m e is horetiy a m en d e d to reflect ihe ho nowly Incorporated roal propoi SECTION 6. T hat thle e A rea o f Impact an d Zoning DIst that Eiolso K W at­ Is unknow n, and It GIVEN GIV a th e County R e corder's offlco fendant fo iw certify a copy ol tho sa m e and ind deliver sa id certified copy to is iO rdinanco a s required by law h ia S E C T IO N ?. T hat th b City a Cteri( Immediately up o n th thee p a ssa g e an d publication of th o nr h a s b o o n a p p o in te d a lso appearing th a t a good sso al for Indexing an d recordin rdlno. ropresontallvo ol : c a u s e of a c tio n e x is ts In personal per ci y COUNCIL M arch 2 1 .1 8 9 4 PASSED BY THE CfTY Ci tho ot>ove m attor In favor of Ihe the above-nam ed docodoth ’OR .Ju ng 8 . 1 9 9 5 ^ - _ _ _ .SIGNED BY THE MAYOR th e Plaintiff, a n d th o t th o nnt.t. All p e r s o n s h a v l n g /a/'Itte y o r G ale K lelnkopr' ----------------------------------------------O Q o fo n d a n rls-o -n o co sso ry —-clolnra-a g o ln st-th o -d e co * -----------cla r^ Deputy City Clerk ATTEST: S haron Bryan, D de party: dern t o r h is e s ta te a re r e ­ P< u ir e d to p r e s e n t th o ir IT IS H E R E B Y O R - qqui J u rie 1 S .1 9 9 5 PUBUSH: Thursday, Jurii D E R E O t h a t S e r v i c e o f ccllca i m s w ith in f o u r ( 4 ) ----------------------------------------j Slum m ons In this a ction b o months oftor tho da te o l tho S mo firs publication ol this no­ . m a d e upon tho D efendant, first Z denek Solnicka. by publi- tice tice or sa id c laim s will be - f o r e v e r - b a r r e d .- C la lm s ----------- c a t i o n - t h a r o o f - i n - T h o . —for Aoie VAurr-nfcUi-— — \ ---------— / — ---------------: Tlmos-Nows. a new sp a p er must mu ollher b o presontod to m ost likely to give notico to tho tho undersigned a t th e a d - . 5 m r o s s in d ic a te d , o r filed s a id D efen d a n t, a n d sa id ddro i I c a iio n s b o m o d e a t . wilh will tho Clerk o l tho Court. ■ ‘S TTE P H A N . K V A N V IG . o nce a w ee k for four S r.' STONE a TRAINOR (4) w eeks, an d It further ap ST< J . pearing that tho la st known By ByRUSSELL G . KVANVIG sS sS vt a d d re ss of sa id D efendant AAtto lt r n e y s f o r P e r s o n a l ac Representative Is Rei I I is unknown; 1 II I L U ^ J . IT IS FU R TH ER O R - P.O P.C . Box 83 II ■ tf I DERED th a t within te n (10) Twin TwI Falls. ID 8 3303-0083 , J .I I I Dl d a y s, a copy of th o S u m - 206-733-2721 20( I I Ll m o n s and C w nplalnt In Ihis PUBUSH: PU Ju n o 8, 15 and aocction b e d e p o site d In th o 222. 2 .1 8 9 5 I I II I 11 I ________L United S ta te s P o s t Offlco. J I_____________ I ■J' - __________ ______ -I _ XMLr-mnoAO 1— ______ IN THE DISTRICT COURT f o ° a 5 s . t t S K OF TH E FIFTH JUDICIAL l a s t k n o w n a d d r e s s r e - DISTRICT Jtic la | p E £ S ~ B: X Z B T Z O F THE STATE ferred fo to above. O F IDAHO. IN ANO FOR DATED this 8 th day of THE COUNTY O F TWIN ^ JJuln e . 1885 « fifiecn noA I FALLS ROBERT S. FO RT. Clerk Rl ll C - I ;P ’WO t C^ aso No. S P 95-423 I W By RAEDEAN ROSNEAU I N O nC E TO CREDITORS I i In the Mattor of th o E state “ i' “ W s H ; J u n . 15. 2 2 ,2 9 5WMAU ^ ‘ ft-4 fROrCSSlOh of a n d July 6 .1 8 8 5 gg, ------------------'M eet I I I ^ - T-1 i rMi I t fUO DOROTHY B. RHODES, : - t H/o I 18 II C"’ a ka i . . . . . . . ___________ "IN in THE DISTRICT COURT DOROTHY E. RHODES, O F THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DOI l l c ,— — ■ I OISTRICT O F TH E STATE •D *Dacaasod. « 01 gi AUMl NOTICE IS HEREBY O < F IDAHO IN AND FOR L* , R'd pmrc iftssw w a t G IV E N t h a t t h e u n d e r ­ T GIV ___ pun 1 H E COUNTY O F TWIN signed havo b o e n appoint­ FALLS MAGISTRATE slgr ■' iJK ig eod d co-personal rep rese n ta - ■ * DIVISION c lives live of th e a b o v e -n a m e d ' ------------------- ,i! ■ d ecedent. All p e rso n s havC a se No. S P 85-501 dec fi ^ claim s a g a in st th e d e ­ 1 NOTICE O F HEARING ii^ cedent or th e e s ta te a re re>. In th e M atter of: ced in ^ L : _________ i e d to p r e s e n t th e ir D E B O R A H A N N E P E A -, qquuir claim s within fo u r m onths C C(O C K FO R CHANGE O F cial ------------ - — — t -— ^ publication of this Notice or pub ■ ^ ] f ! ' ' A Petition by D eborah said sale claim s will b e forever* V M U Str PUD A n n o P e a c o c k , b o rn O o- barred. bm ■ Al d i o o m b e f-1 7 ,-1 8 6 4 rln Mos-—._ L O a tm a n ttis tb e p rM an t. _ _ _• I i . • ^ cow. Idaho now resMIng a t o dodto .th e u n d e rs ig n e d a t wCC h ee la w o f f i c e o f P a u l a 22(0 5 7 P oleline R o a d E a s t, tth a. I R -V ^ w l^ U > U 0 J I Sinclair, 321 Fourth Twin Falls. Idaho, propos- Brown Bre TS Ing Mvte n u e N o rth . P .O . Box In a c h a n g e In n a m e to A III, III................. ' -------iie & o n h JM i^ e d Q O .C n w l:— 22322. ^ Twin Falla. ID 6330 3 , 2322. a h d t l l * t r w H t n h e ............ • r h a s b e a n f ile d in t h e ■z3« ^ ^ A b o v M n tltltd .C o u rt..T h e . O erk of th e Court. TV ~‘ r e a s o n fo r th e c h a n g e In ~ ~ ~ D A T E p m i1 lh ~ d iv r o f ............ . I------ nn*a m e bein g th a t u e o o ra n ^ • B l^ Y M Y R H O D ^ ^ T" ' . ■ / : ; - STONEytKOM, SUSP. ' • ■ .1.: , V W Co-Peraonal Representattw* \ BOB : V -: S id is v ^ te BOI E RHODES. C o^>enonal R epreeentttlve c d b l O i ^ d » M b » d . w aa J u n e 8, I S and ' I' ' ^ • r , d l v e n n ^ r o m l\ls- PUBLISH: PUI '' booitn w ife w h en h e mar* 22.1 22, 8 9 6 ■ O R D iN A N C:E E 2 4 2 8 — E X H IBHI T " 1 " • IN II THE DISTRICT COURT O F T H E FIFT H JUDICIAL DISTRICT O F TH E STATE [ O F IDAHO. IN AND FO R THE COUNTY O F TWIN FALLS



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T ho title num ber of _ h a s 2 openinga. 7 3 4 -0 7 iai. 65-02917 Dot D oadw ood Doadwi dwood Rhror 4627 Valloy c ra te v ortex grit cham ber, » r , this ca se . 65-09483 Dec ood Deadw D eadw i ctwood River 4828 Volloy V MEDICAL T h era p y T e c h s an d UV dlalnfection aystam lom 2 . if your re sp o n se is an FOUND s e t of keys o n keyy H a n s e n C h ild C a r e a n yII 21-02156 Islft Park Island H enry's r/B Fork 4629 n e ed e d , to woric wtth pro* chain a t 3800 E 2950 N in H a g o .A cttv itie8,lotsoffuni all a n sv ra rto th e Complaint, It 37-02783 LUttl. m ieW ood . .L W ox>d o d River 4630 Blaino— • ------- -• -- —w Ith-concretO 'C hannei, all , ■■' " f o u n d 'h a n d ic a p p a d Wds.------^ Caii 423-6946. ' togother'« oi of a n d o th e r d e f e n s e s y oo uu 85-02146 Sou Soidk>r M eadow . W ebbb CCreok 46 32 N oz Porco w hite m ale dog . Found a^t M - F d a y a , C e r t i f i e dd ' T e r e s a a t 934*5603. . e q u ip m en t constructionI of oi m a y dalm . 01-02068 PPafi a lisad e s S FkSSnr a k e R Bonnovlllo 4631 P e rk in s. C ali to identify y C P W ISt AW. 423-4344 - a p p u rte n a n t y a rd p iping, ng, 3. Y our signature, mall* 25-07004 Rirh iN T Bonnovlllo Rirto Willow rw C( re ek AMENDMENT J MEDICAL' aJI* 733-1455. g o to s. a n d e ll a s s o c ia te te d - ing a d d re ss, a n d telophono 01*10034 Wal Walcott S n a ceRlvor ke f 4 6 3 3 '. Cossla/Mlnldoka mo DIRECTOR O F NURSING sito W ORK with eaithwort(. xk. n u m b e r, o r th o signature, ire, L O S T : B lac k f e m a le c a t SER VICES TWIN FALL3! c o m p io te a n d in wortgs ney, a s deslgnatocs above. 10 aapproval of an y o r all of th oi pi Protest a gainst tho p ro po sed c h an g e s m u st b e file e dd wHh « th o applicant an d wllh Ihc . CU N IC a HOSPITAL ' , the R o a d W e s t, T w in F a lla Ils,, T o d etem ilno w hether .— , Director of tho D eoartm tm eent of W ater R o so u rc o s, 1301 01 N O rchard, Boise ID, 83706. A p^ t o s t m u st b o roceivod by the k 2 oT I 4 4 b e d m u lti-s p e c ia lty ' tho Id o h o . T h e W O R K m u st s t you.-m ust p a y a filing fe e L ose Cocker Spaniel, blackn Director on o r beforeI Ju Jurn e 2 6 .1 9 9 5 , a n d m u st b e act accom panied by a fee o f S 2 5 .0O. 0 .1T h e D irector will dolomilrio the A D M IN IST R A T IO N / hospital. Ouallfteations in* a n d ta n , la s t a e e n on b o c o m p le te d w ithin 299 0 w ith y o u r r e s p o n s e , c onstructure of tho proceodli ledlngs n o c e ssa ry to reso lv e any uiy pro tests received a s a result1o f th I is notice. M ANAGEM ENT d u o e previous e x perience;' M onroe. A nsw ers to Chip.I. su c c e s s iv e d a y s a fte r th ihe ta c t th e Cleric of th e above In nureing m an ag e m en t, C all 733-9550 . co m m en c em en t d a te sta t­ n om e d Court. latHrector KAFILJ.DREHER. Direc . M A N AQ ERS. N ew er mo* s tr o n g o rg a n iz a tio n a l e d in th e Notice tffP roceed. Bd. DATED th is 22nd day of of L o s t P yre nee s, white withI) te l, h o u sing^ aiary. g re a t akills. S a la ry d e p e n d e m May. 1995 a re a , wiU train. 733*1369. . u p o n e x p e rie n c e . Excel­ P U B U S H ;Ju n e 8 a n dd11S5 ,1 9 9 5 b la c k e a r s 1 5 0 Ibe^ la s t _ T h e B ids will b e p u b ild y Bly HELEN A PA O U , Cferi( s e e n o n M ain, w e a rin g le n t b e n e f it p a c k a g e . o p e n e d a n d r e a d a t 2 :0 0 0 By KAY SMITH, Deputy blue c d lar. Caii 733-9S92,' S e n d r e s u m e to : B rsn t 203 JC th e Idaho C o d e . N o reprerep S P O N S IB L E F O R T H NOTICE O F PUBUC HIS IS F a llsC tty C o d e Section 100- P.M . b n J u ly 1 8 .1 9 9 5 , a t M agistrate Court Bodily. Administrator. PO : I ADULT CARE se n tatk in ia m a d e whetl nether OBUQATION. HEARINQ 12-4.3(A ) b e a m en d e d a s th e ab ove m entioned office Ice • PU B U SH : May 25, Ju n e 1. F O U N D : G e r m a n S h e p ­ • Box 1233. Twin Falls. ID o r n o t th e y a re cunBntly itlyreT h ed efau ltfo rw h k :h th is follows: this t I P E R S O N A L o f tho OWNER. TTioConm - 8. a n d 1 5 ,1 9 9 5 . h e rd X dog In vidnlty of I 83303 E O E ?en iby sp o n sib le for th e oWlgatl gation sa le is to bo m a d e is failure Notice is hereby given lure •10-12-4.3; GUARANTEE ill* :E tra c t D ocu m en ts a ro anti* W e s t T e c h , J e r o m e .' T h a C o u n t r y L i v i n g le City listed herein, to : m oke principal a n dI in* in­ -(-OF C O M P L E T I O N O>F F tie d *Twin F a lls . I d a h10, th e C tty Council for th e C o , IN TH E DISTRICT COURT TT 734*7887.______________. R o o m , s t a t e l i c e n s e d MEDICAL Posltkin for din* lhat a F o reclo su re is being ng of- to r o s t p a y m e n ts a s s oe t ^IMPROVEMENTS: of Twin Fails. Idaho, lhal W a s to w a to r T r e a t m em n t O F TH E RF T H JUDICIAL c a r e ho m e now h a s o n e lc n u rse for Dr. N tehdson. hold foctod b e c a u s e of a d[ ^^ I t forth o n sakJ D eed of T ru st (A) F ln a n d a l Q uaro n to30 o DISTRICT O F TH E STATE putillc hearing will.be} he o Plant im provem ents.* Thho i^ L O S T 2 full g ro w n C ockS tarting d a te 7*10-95. Ao* room available, if you or a ol a n d Prom issory Note. TThhe e A rra n g e m e n ts: in lieu ooll C o n tra ct D o cu m en ts m a y O F IDAHO. IN AND FOR R e r s , f e m a le - r e d , m a le -. on MondaysVwJuly 3.I, Ju J i ly In th e p a y m en t o f th eJ obilloved o n e Is looking for a plication closing d a te , ^ from original loan a m o u n t wwaas s th e actual Installation of reT H E COUNTY OF 1 7 .a n d A ugust 7 ,1 9 9>95. 5 , a t gation d u o a n d ow ingI fn brow n & white w /freddes. 0- b e obtalnod a t th e office of d e a n carlr>g environm ent 7]16-95. Subm it a p p l i e d ith quirod public Improvemonts 4h e h o u r o f 6 :0 0 o 'c:lo lo cc k . t h e Q r a n l o r ( s ) t o t h ete^ nr o - $ 5 4 ,3 0 0 .0 0 to g e th e r wwlth •E Please.qal! 324-428S. Its M o n ig o m ory W a ta o n ,.88 7 GOODING MAGISTRATE • In a country setting. I & r e s u m e to S a n d y }h am -' fidary a n d ev id en c edI by by a Interest th ereo n a t th e reto P.M .. In tHe Council Chai Ite DIViSiON rate before reconjlng of tho final lai E a s t Rlvorpark L ane, Suite I S c h a e r a t T F C lin ic & tod a t P r o m i s s o r y N o te , wvhi h ich - of e.5000% p er anrium , ao s plat, th e C ou nd i may-por* bo rs, City Hall, located 0 6 C a s e No. S P -9 5 0 0 0 8 1 >r* 2 0 0 . B olso, Idaho 63706 4 104 I , H ospital. B ox 1 2 3 3 , TF. sa id o b lig atio n is se ccu u rre d o v id e n c e d In P ro m issoory mil th e aubdivldor 1q exe321 S econd A v e n uSfiat. e^ fi: u p o n p a y m e n t o f $ 1 0900 O R D E R . N O T IC E . AND g |_ P E R S O M A ^ _ J a r a by th e so ld D ee d o f Tru T ru st N o te d a te d F o b ru a iy 1l ost,t e u ta a t r u s t a n d a a c ro IU w 204 I, 8 3 3 0 3 o r call 7 3 3 -3 7 0 0 Twin Falls, Idaho. faClo o ai (n on-refundable) fo r e a cch h SUMMONS FO R HEARING e * a o r e e m e n t a n d re c o rd qa s e t of C o n tra d D ocum ents re q u e st by: ^ * - . sa id d e fa u lt c o n sistinn gg o f 1993. P ay m en ts a re h dde* Its tn th e inte rest of: ' CH IL D C A R E,/ e x t 340 to r details. EOE . A R T n R m S R E U E F ■ALLS failure to m a k e th e regull gular* fault for th e m onths of O c- n o tice o rohlbltlno Uifi a ale THE CITY O F TWINFAU Ifi (induding technWal spedfi- T A M E R A a NIGHTINGALE i M E D lC A L C N A 's,andN A 's....... -E H ot line Infonnation. Dial T itle ly sc h ed u le d m onthly’ pc QQ |s2l pay- to b e r, th ro u g h D ec em b eerr R e Q u e s ls a Z o n in g Tit ng d.o.b. 2/18/93 b r catio n s and accom panying n e e d e d , wDI train. Pick-up fre e recording b y Dr. G.G . would -m en t 6T S55S.O O d ulee oI n o f 1 9 9 4 a n d J a n u ai r y o u t a recorded develooer’a re d u c e d s c a le draw in g s). A m e n d m en t w hich wou 9). A Child U nder Eighteen M CC arthy* 2 4 houre a tio n a t G o o d in g tg O _ - 2 £ S l l S _ s aRpephlic e T h a s c a le of th e re d u c eod j r e t o through April of 1995 in th e a g r e e m e n t b e tw e e n thIfi a m en d th e City Zoning C r- July 1 ,1 9 9 4 . a n d taliure d Y ea rs of A g a 208-73& 3542 a b L iv in g C e n t e r , CH ILD CA RE /N A N N IE S. i refer- m a k e p a y m en ts d u e eve ev ery a m o u n t o f $ 5 3 3 . 0 0 'pp ee r subdlvW er a n d th e O tv refi: d in a n c e by deleting reft * draw ings Is abo u t one-half aH A Petition u n d e r th e Ter)rN a e d -c h iid c a r e in m y i1220 M ontana. Goocflng, ts ai an d m onth thereafter. m onth an d conttnuing e aacc h latrno {q UlOi loL fii ]fl pm0-- o f the original sc a le . If full __ _ e o c e to zoning perm its ^li m in a tio n o f P a re n t-C h lld id I a m seeking a n y Informahom edaily..734*lO l3. jC o n tad T erri,9 3 4 -5 6 0 1 . 5S-for------- B y -fea so n o f said-d d -d e — a n d every m onth th e re afte r td a 'a 'fln a n c la l g u a ra n tee 6 d '~ A tt - h a r b e a n - f 1 le d b y thi e *- —l l o n o n a m a n n a m e difter—v >e s c a le d raw ln g s'ara'd esire ilstra- f a u lt th e B e n e n d a r yt hi h a s until d a te of sa le o r relnsta ^ m a ls of th e Admlnlstr nst- of perform ance In o n e o r c( Id R ay m o n d B o g g a rd or MEDICAL: M ountain View tt th e y m ay b e p u rch a sed a t D epartm ent of H ealth and e x erels ed ita option in n tl th e a te m e n t T h e principal bai* tor^s decision. bai* com bination o f Iho fd lo ww-- r e p r o d u c t io n c o s t fro m m W elfare. T h e m erits of the ■m B o g g a rt K e lived im th e! t f — ^ 20S IC a re C e n te r is now taking PS D e e d o f T r u s t to d e cClare ia a n c e a s of April 12th, 1995 SCO TT H. PHILUPS 995 ing a rran g em en ts for tho aa ch petition will b e exam ined in M agic Valley fn>m 1950 to; I j j a H i d u i j j m A ^ K» Montgomery W atson. Each ;applica tio n s for CNA/NA ilstrlct th e e n tir e in d o b to d n eeis s tsS 5 3 ,8 1 0 .7 0 to g e th erwvlth lth r e q u ir e m e n ts w h ic h a re R e q u e s ts a Zoning DIstrl kJ a n e vfdontlary he arin g on >n 1954. P le a s e se n d any '0 Bid shall bo a ccom panied f o r PT & PR N poaiOonM. M ap a n d a c c ru e d in te rest, la , te interest th ereo n a s of April C h a n g e a rid Z oning Me tpril o v e r a n d b e y o n d th e rer's July 2 8 ,1 9 9 5 , a t 2:00 p.m. > earekx ik in g & in d lv fd * n. into to F ax 208-934.42S9.’ A G W a n te d : E x p e r b a l e 9- b y a corllfled o r c a sh ie r's W c h a r g e s , a tto r n e y ’s fe f e ee s , 1 2 th ,1 9 9 5 in th e a m o u nito to f q u ir e m e n ts o f a n y o th e9T A m endm ent from R -2I dondei r c h ^ c k o r Bid B ond in thi e in th e M a g istrate's Court, f w agon operator. 643-6999 • Jua la w ho a re Wnd.-cartng— Ity for t r u s t e e 's f e e , a n d othi >thor * 2,835.84. T h e p e r d io m stty to R - 2 PR O density fl n ia ia a g en c y responsitrio for the >0 am ount of 5 p e rc en t of thi e G o o d in g C o u n ty C ourt* T o b e r e m o v e d . 2 f r u i t a n d responsible, ^ e offer icom petitive w a g e s, good tree a, you c u t & d e a n up• A G R I C U L T U R E Y e a r co sta o r e x p e n s e s asso< « o ci- '$ 1 2 .6 8 . All delinquent pay- a d m in istra tio n , o p e ra tioin a 's t r i p o f la n d , a p p iroxiro x n Total Bid P rice pay ab le to h o u se , G ooding, Idaho, r o u n d e m p lo y e e to d o ib e n e f i t s a n d p l e a s a n t J. & th e w oods y o u rs FO Rt jre to m e n ts a re now d u e togoth- a n d m aintenance of tho ap>­ th e City of Twin Falls a s a • T h e following individuals m a le ly 1 3 0 f e e t w idlee tb y a te d with th is foreclosure FR E E . Also m isc. lum berI field & sh o p work in sum - ~ woricing condltkxw . If you t e d b e d u e a n d p a y a b le . Tl T h e e r w ith a n y la te c h a r g e s , e s . piteable public knpm vem SOO f e e t d e e p , l o c a te )r. shall personally a p p e a r aMt It ontg u a ra n tee th a t th e Bidder, to give aw ay. 733*2992. • m er. sh o p woric in wimor, Mw ould Uke to b e a p art o f ’ , lo a d , principal b a lan c e owing ig at a a d v an c es, f e e s o r c o sts aas* n o r th o f K im berly Roa< till tho hearing: sS ectio n 2: T h at tho ordlII- if Ita Bid Is a c c e p te d , will ''I m e c h a n ic a l b a ck g ro u n d ]o u r te a rh . C all S u z a n n e of this d a le is $ 5 0,345.4 5 .4 5 , so c ia te d with th is forecio* D onna M. Nightingale, e a s t of th e Twin Falls CemCen :lo* n a n c e b e e ffe c tiv e u p o n p r o m p t l y e x e c u t e t hle e a, I ........................ e a se n tla i. M ust b e co m ip o n- plus acc ru e d Interest aItt tl th e su re, a n d tho b alan ce owe te r y and. w e s t of A spei o t M o th e r o f a b o v e - n a m etd d i 3W- p a s s a g e an d publication, ^ o' r C onnie a t 423-6591 A g re em en t A Wd shall not ■ 106 th e r a te o f 10.0 p e n » n t p erran* ra fo rta b le o p e ra tin g la rg e Ing a s of this d a to o n th e P A S S E D BY T H E CITY w ood Drive e x tende d in int^ 10 child. V b o co n sid ere d u n le ss one ^ IsP E O A L N O n C E S P T D ietary akle e q u ip m e n t P le a s e e e n d MEDICAL u o a of n u m s in c e J u n e 1 . 199; 99.4, obligation se cu red by saa id COUNCIL J u n e s , 1995 •City of Twin Falls’ A rea I 0Jo n a th a n Nightingale, of tho fom is o f B idder's so* re s u m e to P O B ox 3 8 2 . “w anted, h ra. 6-10am & 4- ' d deplu s a tto m o y 'a fe e s, true tnjst- d e e d o ftn jstls$ S 6 ,8 0 1 .0022. SIGNED BY THE MAYOR 11. F a th e r o f a b o v e - n a m e ici d im p a c t T h e proposed d< m SAVE HUNDREDS f S R curity Is e n c lo s e d w ith ll. G ooding, ID 83330 „7 pm . W ag e s D O E. Apply iperty o o 's f o e s a n d a n y o>ther th i including in te r e s t b u t ex - J u n e s . 1995 v e lopm ent of th e proper r>* child. ^ wtth your c h d c e of no expi* Id ah o P ublic W orka Con* a t 820 S p ra g u e, Buhl, ID » s. c o sts o r e x p e n s e s asso< s o d - d u d in g c o sts a n d ex p en ia for professional offices. T h e a bove-nam ed Indin s- / s / G A LE K L E IN K O P F, 11ration d a te grocery ! E xperienced fee d er n e e d ^ tr a c to r 's lic e n s e s a r e r eB-­ f a to d w ith th is foroclosui isu re e s actually incurred In on* MAYOR UNDA WILLS )d viduals aro further notified id eouponsi Fre e Tnfonnatio* quired and shall b e obtained e d fo r d a iry in Je ro m e.- MEDICAL ‘ ’ ■ listrict a s provided b y th e D eed e d of f o r c in g t h e o b t i g a t i o n a A T T E S T : JO D Y HA LL, R e q u e s ts a Zoning Distrl d- th a t th o y a re entitled to be le a 1-800-914*3393 ■. prior to bid d a te. T lie Bid­ M ust h ave so m e experie* f CNA WANTED M ap T n ist. th a Prom issory N Noote the re u n d er o r in this s alie. le . DEPUTY CITY CLERK C h a n g e a n d Z oning Me c>. r e p r o a e n t e d b y l e g a l d e r shtill g u a ra n tee th e Ton e e . 3 2 4 - 5 2 1 1 , a s k f o r MV . ( M a n o r is a a p e c l a l o r Idaho Law. a s t r u s to o 's f e e s a n d /o r of co u n sel. If th e y taro finan* A m endm ent fnjm R-4 don* doi V A L C O H O U C S . tol Bid Prlco for a period of p la c e to w ork, w ith vo w DATED th is 7th d a y iof reaso n ab le a tto rn ey 's f e»eas PU B U SH : Thursday, Ju n 0 aity to C-1 densHy'for proppro] to ciolly u n a b le to reta in an e 60 c alen dar d a y s from tho ____________ ' !s p e d a l p e o p le w h o work in ANONYMOUS w e s t Aprll.''199S. ' a s authorized In th e prom o n y lo c a te d o n th e wei >m-- 1 5 ,1 9 9 5 __________ ■ - ■ d a t o o f b i d o p e n i n g].. attorney, thoy m ay ap p ty to OUT8TAND1NQ - h e re . C om e }oin th e best Call 733-8300 FIR S T AMERICAN TiTL ITLE issory n o te s e c u re d b y th e sk fe of th e 1400 a n d 1500 150 ~ P r o s p e c t iv e b id d e r s a re0 th e Court, prior to th e hear* INVESTMENT .Mc a r e te a m a ro u n d . If not a fo r e m e n tio n e d D e e d of * ADVERTISEMENT FOR b lo c k s o f L o c u s t S t r e te t COMPANY O F IDAHO> e n c o u r a g e d to a t t e n d a in g . f o r a p p o i n t m e n t of OPPORTllNrTY! » BIDS T w in By: MONICA COLE T r u s t N o rth e x t e n d e d in Twi 10 counsel. • pre-bid walk through of tho EASTERN IDAHO < GOODING O ated: May 1 0 .1 9 9 5 Falls. Tho proposed u se i ■3\ DATED: M a y 2 3 ,1995 p ro p o se d w ork s ite which LIVESTOCK < ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE I rd d . 'PU BU SH : M ay 2 ^ n ne e i , S T E W /^ T I T L E O F IDA­ V KEVIN P . CASSIDY th e property is com m ertia will b o c o n d u d o d Jointly by COMMISSION 'M(EDICAL W an te d s o c i a l . SCHOOL , HO. inc. T h e C ity C o u n c il m ea y 8 , a n d 15. | . M agistrate th e O W N E R a n d E N G I­ ; WKh 350 0 he ad capacity < woricor k)ng t ^ c a re fa* GOODING, IDAHO — By BEV PETERSEN v o te to s u s p e n d th e rule N E E R a t 1 0 :0 0 A .M . o nn By KAY SMITH, o n 17.48 a c re s. 220 s e a t Jc illty n e e c le d . U c e n s e d FOR CLASSIRED f te f i NOTICE O T T H U S T E^P8! (GOODING COUNTY) T a ist Officer a n d a c t u p o n th e re la Ju ly 6 .1 9 9 5 . T h o o b ] e d o l s o d a l woricer w / long terni SEVENTH STREET , th o walk throug h is to a c,d :.A P ,S , • o rd in a n c e s on th e first < ?! O W N O T l S l L S n ^ ' ' sc a r a e x p e r i e n d a p r e ­ T ‘if O n W e d n e s d a y , th t h e PU B U SH : Ju n o 8 , 15, 2 2 O w n e r : G o o d in g J o i n t' quaint bW ders with th e site s e c o n d m e e tin g d a le , IB 1 5 ,1 9 9 5 .________________ f to r p o s s M e a m m p t io n ~ fe r re d . 2 0 h r p e r w e e k . K . 2 0 th d a y o f S o p to m b e i -S c h o o l D istric t »231 - THURSDAY. 2:00 pm th a t occurs, no further ^put conditions. All com m unica­ '-"W ith larg e d o w n ."' MS e n d r e s u m e to : M agic 1995, a t th e h o u r of 10:0 — 5 0 7 Idaho lie h e arings will b e held o tio n s nriative to thia W ORK IN TH E DISTRICT COURT T for FRIDAY , F or m ore infonnatton call ■V a lle y M a n o r. P O B ox a m , of sa w d ay . In th 0e o ^ J. O F T H E FIFTH JUDICIAL ORDINANCE NO. 2489 19 G ooding, Idaho 83330 th e Issues. shall bo din>cted to th e EN* ' Will Brown @ 678-9005 o r ■ 306..W endelL Id 83355. FRIDAY 2:00 pm for i fice o f SE C U R IT Y TITLi J, DISTRICT O F TH E STATE A re h lte e t Any a n d ali p e rso n s dc j QIN EER prior to opening of 438-3228. C O M P A N Y O F IDA H C O, AN O R D IN A N C E O3 F L o m b a r d - C o n r a d ” O F IDAHO, IN AND FORI SATURDAY siring to com m ent m ay 0( CAREY&ADAMS q, E C - TH E MAYOR AND COUNT H E C O U r^ O F T W IN I IN- A rc h lte cU f. 2oT n p e a r a n d b e h o a rd a it Sth ; LO CA T E D A T 311 SEC O N D S T R E E T N O RTH T H , C I L O F T H E C I T Y O3 FF 1221 Shorelino Lano F A U 5 MAGISTRATE _______ T hank you_______ R anch team cook for sm all ^ ^O P n C E / C L f R I C ^ a ppointed time. Monigomory W atson O IS . T W IN F A L L S , D A H O ., B oiso, Idaho 83702 , DIVISION , A com plete description I TWIN FALLS. TWIN FAUJ crew , d o ch o re s & ge n er­ 671 E a s t R lverpari( L ane, i ? COUNTY. IDAHO. AMENDING TWIN FALLS’ L S ^ 208/345-6677 C a s e N o. SP 95-00390 FUN IN THE SUN a l ranch w oric Y ear round o n flie with th e Twin S Fall -Suite 200 : O F CITY CO D E SECTION 10NOTICE TO CREDITORS. to* P r o je c t A rchitect: City P lanning and-2 b n in lo b , h o u s i n g p r o v id e d O e t a tan & e a m m oney a t C o r^ 1 2 .3 ;3 @ -B Y -E )C rE N O IN• JGQ- - S c o ttH e n s o n ------------------th e sa m e tim e. G ood pay -------------- ^Adm lnlstratorat-Clty-H at suH abie for sm all family, ^ ' p o ratio 'n , a s tr u s te e , wlli wl TH E hU xiM U M LENGTH rH C o n stru c tio n M sn a g en to p la y . 321 S e c o n d A venue Attention; Cyndy Bratz sell a t public auction, to) th th o O F CUL-DE-«AC STREE£ - K r e lz a n b e c k C o n s tru e * LYLE EDWARD HUNTER, E ast. 736-2267. h ig h est bidder, for c a sh , i h, in T S FR O M 6 0 0 F E E T T O r o to r s , ino. . D ec ea sed * Fuei A ttendants la/ G ale Kleinkopf. Mayor lawful m on ey o f th e U n to 3249 ev es._____________ T h e OWNER rese rv e s the ilted t.OOO F E E T ; AN D PR O * 3 0 0 W est Myrtle Street O* ?, NO TICE IS HEREBY '• C a r w aa h A ttendants r ig h t to r e je c t a n y o r a ii W anted: E xperienced farm th e VIDING FO R AN EFFEC:C- Boise, Idaho 83702 ■•L aw nC are _________ PU BUSH : T hursday. Jum b id s, to w aiv er a n y infor* G IV E N t h a t t h e u n d e r «lng TIVE DATE. m a ch ln e fv o p erato re . -208/336-9500 TIMES CLASSIFIED 15 ,1 9 9 5 mailty in a bid, and to m aken sig n e d h a s b e e n appointedd d escrib ed real proponv,,SHsH B E IT O R D A IN E D BY p ro Je c t M a n a g e n .. Cali 324*7148 i^ ro p r o s e n ta th re 61 th e above.. M IT o d cv 7 ^ 1 0 0 ^ a w a rd s to t h e 'lo w e s t r e ~ «-DEPARTMENT ““ l i a t o d In t h e C o u n t yy o6 f - T H E MAYOR AND"COllN*“ >N* K an H ard ee I. n a m e d d e c e d e n t. Ali per* - spoQ slve, resp o n sib le bid* W anted; E xperienced milk- " " S N E L U N G NOTICE O F T R U ST E E S TWIN FALLS, S ta te of Ida Ida* C I L O F T H E C I T Y O>F F Civil E rw iiw er. d e r a s it n-iay b e st s e rv e theL e o n s having d ^ m s against Personnel Seivtoea e r f o r n ig h t s h i f t . 4 0 0 / SALE h o . a n d d e s c r ib e d a s folfoi TWIN FALLS. IDAHO: th e d e c e d e n t or his e state B rig g a Engit>eerfng interest of th e OWNER. NO FEO On W odnesday. Augus c o w s .9 3 4 - ^ X Q igust lows, to wit: HOME & O FFIC E S e c tio n 1: T h a t Tw»ln in l l i l S . O r e h a r d a r o r e q u ir e d t o p r e s e n ?t t EEO CM /F/H /D 2 3 , 1 9 9 5 , a t th e h o u*rroo f Lot 4 in Block 8 of MUR CLEANINQ UR- . Falls Clw C o d e Sectkin 10their d a lm s within four (4)) 10- B oise, Idaho 83705 D ate: Ju n e 8 .1 9 9 5 10:30 a m ., recogn izedd Io lo- TAUQH ORCHARD ADDI * N ee d a brsak from th o se 4 3DI* l 2 - 3 . 3 ( ^ b e a m e n d e d a s 208/345-2881 2oT n §1 OW NER City ofT w in Falls, m o nths a fter th e d a ta of the , G O PL A C E SI c a l tim e , o f s a id d a y'•, a household d to r e s ? Can. | M E D | C M V D B n ^ T IO N . Tw in F a lls . Id ah o ^follows: Iho, first publlcatkin .of this no-” E le ctric al E h g ln e e n >, WITH T H E FASTEST R R S T AMERICAN T inn ££ , according to th e ^ t th eerere a SANDRA a t 324*3894 * l0 -1 2 -3 .3 . . . Q d a m & A ss o c ia te s By: S haron M. Bryan - Dep­^ tlc e o r sa id d a im a wili be 2 6 0 3RD AVENUE NORT. ’R J- of, r e c o rd e d in B o o k 33 o f ( B C u l-D e -S a c S tre e ts CNA'S & NA'S n e e d e d for GROWING PERSONNEL f o r e v e r b a r r e d . 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ID 83303*1907 8U U U E R JO B S L PN 'a & R N 'a c ould y o u 73 RECEPTIONIST ' b id d e r f o r c a s h o r c a s h PARTICULAR D E S C RIIP* IP - s h ^ t e n g w g ^ ^ a d idDATED this 25th day of * 2 9 9 5 ^ Cole ^ , ^ 1 5 0 (2 0 8 )7 3 6-2246 " PT/PT. sa t ow n houre. Sell D A TA B IT RY u a a a lit tle m e r e c a a h equivalent, lawful m oney oi T IO N O F T H E A B O V E •yo* May. 1995 ng Bolae, Idaho 83704 R e m in d e r K lts.T rain in g o n o e In a w h i le ? .B u a y ^ th e United S tate s, ail pay­ W * DESCRIBED REAL P R O P ; LE S HUNTER OP* a m inim um ra d lu a of fifty fty 208/375-8240 S N E L U N G Publish: J u n e I S . 2 2 .1 9 9 5 prevM ed. 7 3 8 ^ 7 d a y s H o e p ic e a g e n c y n e e d s Of Pereonnal Servlcaa a b le a t th e tim e of sa le,; «the» E R T Y . B U T F O R PUiR -- . t o e t ( 6 0 ') f o r . i ^ o f w a y . 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ANYWHERE '° K 4 Z S ^!n * S lS o ' U 1-8r g e 2 b d rm b a s e m e n t : ' : for le ss than rentino a truck. • e p u W/D hook-up. appl.. ■ _ N eedki8dstoC flIif& A riz.'• _ _1_* 2 3 5 i ^ a p ^ __ _ _aa ll M W es pd, nice are a . : ^ Laurel Park A pailm ents. S FREE E8T1MATES ; 1 7 6 M a u rto e S L N .,7 F -r-* 4 > S 7m o.'733-0739 -------- J rjS r. High School. I CA U .324n can 733-1422 da y s ; C h i te t im . \^rould like iiiu to b* a wAtiUe frtMidhondIn B T IM E S C LA SSIFIED pn 6th A ve E ttieo call ownor 734-9911 evenings. > ~| no p e ts or sm oking *465. hoiL C iiT aM W -i, ■ h a v a p a r s o n w ithI som so e . R O B E R T J O N E S D E PA R T M E N Tr 801-760-7825 Tri C o ^ 1 i T p r ’T l a r sNice. 2 bdrm , 1 bath. IHA I ' oom puter skflls a n dIpackpa * J ^ E M E F W Y W l^ "1 REA LTY a gino axpflrianoe. ne ar Perrine & ' 2 b d rm IM b a th , o p is, & an>rovod, P 3 I 508 S a n d r a u in w to: P a rt Tl rtTlme 2 c e m e ta r y lots In S un set U 7 3 3 -0 4 0 4 R o b ^ Stuart. 733-4330. _ |_______ o‘ Je ro m e, 2 bdrm horrw, 10-- u tll s In cl. * 4 7 5 ^ * 1 0 0 — F o r e ale by ow ner! Se- I KIMBERLY/HANSEN . 6 4 0 B lu e U k e s Blvd. N. II ^ p B l ^ u ■ ■ M e m orial P a rk , s p a c e s a c r e s o f p a s tu r e , * 4 8 0 . d ep. 602 2nd Ave N. Call TTF ckjded ranch home on e ■ SuH e«S01 F 2 b d rm ,2 n d fk x )r.d e c k . s«homes . 1-800-262-5001 7-8. S ection 4 6 Sunnysl>1* R e fs & d e p req. 324-6752 hilU B a o re s. 4 bdrm. 2 bath. o ne r 5.733*7138. > T W in F a n > .ip e a o i>•4033 40 KJ "■ '■ o pe. Includes vaults and ■ — M. . . ■■ Pvery d e a n , no smoking or , rt EXT. 1211 ■ ■ I a s s t outbuildings. Ideal Bth, « 7 9 ,9 0 0 . B e au tifu l brick p1e ts. *4»/m o-M Jep. 733- ; ir. Jo ro m e : 4 bdrm,.V4 a c re , 2 bdrm duplex In Lynwood — 44x13 companton marker. 4 i 1 |J for horse or caNres. lCall ea h o m e In g r e a t K im beriy li C O U N T R Y S C E N E: f * 5 2 5 m o^^no p e ts . Call P h o n e 2 0 8 - 2 2 6 .5 1 3 16 6 a re a , no p e ts. $350/m o. —1 4 3 ^ ;o r7 ^ 4 -6 2 7 ^ I ” 21 4 Ufira 11 B i i l i i i p i Mj ii m j 734-3405________ . Call lo c atio a 3 b ed ro o m s, 1.6 an •2A C R ES-.4bdrm homnoo 324-2834 afte r 5 3 0 p m . i American Falls. ID 734-5380 we e kday s JU pstairs. 2 bdnn,'W /D ba th s atl o n o n e level. Can or g ara g e/sh o p , fruit a nd nd ■ ■ • I ForsaJebyovm erSbdrm . hook-up. w ater, sanitation : ts L arge 2 b d m i. u pstairs a p t J o A n n a t 3 2 4 * 8 4 4 3 o8.r m , B orgaln.2 c e m e te ry plots walnut trees, live stream, 2 bdrm or 1 bdrm . both 1 ' H a n d i c a p p e d Q ra n d r ^ 1'b ath, (wind, dining, S lavm c a re provkfed. [ 0. *435perm o..roSl.S 250 ^ & R a q u el a t 7 3 4 -6 3 0 8 . >0. w/vautts a t S un set Memobeautiful vk)w. *130.000. balh. appl., water, samtaI j O P E H H O US^8 I family room, fireplace, excellent cooK for laj , I d e p . N o p e t s a n d n o 't io n provided, g a s hoaL — *4757m o 733-0739 r l a l P a r k . $ 1 4 6 0 1. . Buhl. new gas heat & hot wator ; o rta m D y .C a n e o o k fo s m o k i n g . 7 3 4 2 5 5 8 o r (S 0 3 )3 9 1 -9 m • ■ • 2 .3 A C R E S -L o v e ly 3 OPEN HOUSE * 3 7 5 .7 3 3 0 7 3 9 W * heater. n*w roof, a great o r 2 Q 0 . 3 2 f t 4 ^ * »» 2 UNFURNISHED APT/DUP. j 7 3 4 - 2 6 ^ . a s k for Kathy. i bdrm iwme good tocauon ___L_5-7 P.M. buy a t *68,000.734-6407 AVAILABLE SOON . Large \t\ 1 bdrm. u pstairs a p t < in Buhl. *74,500. B24 fA Lrg 3 bdrm h o u se .7 3 6 0 0 S 4 1& 2bdrm apta.3336-$435. Itcn dudes. appliances, w a­ I "“ 2 1 5 ~ *1.6 A C R E S - 5 bdrm 2 Mdoi) House for sale by ownerl ter, 733-0740 pi sanitation, h e a t *350 : bath, deck, outdoor 8pe,> STATE REALTY, INp; WKwr t 6 6 2 A l t u r a s D r , Tne,| F, Rentals: T F /Je n m e . R ange p 1322 W ashington S I N . 01e r m o .* d e p . C all 7 3 3 - • TF, 7 3 4 -0 4 0?0 . < ® | ^ ^ 8 W o f B u h l,, $ 4 2 5 - $ 5 9 0 m o .S a n d r a . 0661 evenings._________ _: / 7 3 M 0 0 9 f b rc u B to m l2 324-8762,324-86S2 BRAND NEW, 8PAOOU8 UN ___ WeU m akitained la rg e oor-' i V .p fp ft/ae u m e-fte y S te C j} ' >N(Ce 2 BORM 'h o m e ; A PT/D U P^ ' 2txim}.ebalhiaBafii)ls., UNFURNISHED Ida 80K nBr lo t, q u le t- a f re e ) ,- d3 T F 3 bdrni, * 4 5 0 . A lso, 2 pretty yard, heated shop . he^?& MMdual laundry room. Idaho s; Housing-2 bdrm . TF. . ave M rm , 1 b a th , n ic e lan d bdrm , *350. Rem odeling to r hobbles on .6 acres Z 2 L - . -whdew* flrtlahetf dbl | 734 -3 9 3 0 or 4 2 3 - | - axeal. location, naxt to . *390. 5< i. a c a p ln e , fruit tr e e s , g a r- ' SW of TWin Fans. ' q being done. 733-2660 • 5670. Ja c k orWUlonlyill ! m ea l :-r«o« w /openerrim m a Panina School, $525.* — — . d e n a r e a , f e n c e d y a rd . e 4 ^ ^)$ '' ' a te o coupanoy. AekI $300 Oop. UN n, A' c o » wood stove in iMng T Brand new duplex 2 t>drm. a F ,* 1 8 0 -* 2 1 0 .734-3930 • and reo: room for winter '*’0 M 5^2 ' 3 b d rm . 1 b a lh . a ll e le cg.'■ $950/m o. 733-0739 or 423-5670. Ja c k or Will *425 m o * *425 d e p o sit « enjoyment, central air for I FARM/RANCHES/ s ., *550/m d .-,'$ 5 0I? 0 T F 5 b d rm , 1 b a lh .Ju ly 1Ceil 7 3 6^ 021 B pm -llpm . —onlylll ^ ______________ _; 1-800-262-5001 aum m er comfort. AutolB t& la s t 733-1438® DAIRIES S e p t o n ly . * 4 0 0 /m o -» I ■ EXT. 1211 matio sprinkling system I - 4 3 3 T y te r ,T F .- ._________ . . 733-4321 . d e p . B o r o ^ for right fam- CL E A N I bdrm .oppls.part fbr easy lawn care. M this utU. Ind. *275.734-5483. m !.u 6 0 a c r e s o f g o o d s o i ir! l, Comer building lot, aU unZ liy w ith t e m p o r a r y |R 0 0 M S F 0 R _ R E M J ; ^ for*89,90aOH-.160. h ™ * 2 5 0 0 a c re o r b e e t offer. _ dergroundutfl,newsubdl«- d 6W I sltuatton. 423-5130 C lea n 2 bdrm w /se p arate u n N of C u n y , 423^6071. ..vision, *15,000.733-7446 !£ I UNFURNISHED . UNFURNISHED HOUSES, W /D r o o m . C l o s e t o MOTEL *95 wk. *375 mo. ; REALTY ' 301 n. I HOUSES schoots. *425 * d e p o sit J l d u d es all. 736*1988 _ ' 1000 A CRE RANCH In ; Large city k)t in Hagennsn. : ^ w m m lu h o h k 2 bdrm. refrig, etove, WO BUSINESS . Can 733-4330. 2n . L ocated ju st 4 0 mim itee > d o s e to the Post Office X hookup, refs. *460 4 d e p . IQ *143.600. N ew conetruc 2 m a tu r e n o n s m o k in g . ^ ^ o f^ V a O e y . and downtown, city water 2 bdrm . 2 bath. 5 minutess Owiter Wilt C any t ___ A vail. 7-1 -9 5 . 3 2 4 -4 5 0 0 C l e & n , n e w e r S t u d i o , » f ro m T w in F a lls . * 4 7 5 ^ mmmi . on< rar^e h a ty le 3 b e quKe fe m a le s, *200 pe r &sewage avail. 637-6253 With *6600 down. No bank o r 324-2189. *2 9 0 + d e p . Utils. Includ„ „ r e n t . S I S O d e p . C a lII l . OPPORTUKmEa ~ :room , 2 b a th 1640 aq . mo.4-1/2 o f utlls. Kitchen ; * ank hunting, 3 bedroom g Jr. quaBfying. 2Bdnn.1iBnced d . la u n d ry room avail. N 423-4898.______________ SAVE HX. COMMISSION £ f r * . h o m e In r i E . a re a . BiK c ed h o u se. BLM grazk>g an df A I eNo SS2I yanl, discount for cash. pe ts. 733-3824. J nl l c e S t w . * V 3 6 - 1 ^ . 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HBfrOS . 3 bdrm IM bath, nice area, w R oute Buelneea. -052. has many recent knproveu ilt ie s * 2 50.733-8827 : ExceUent ne w 2 bdrm rent- ___ 5 *395 & up. 733-6696 r S 7 2 5 m o n th , a v ail Ju ly ^ CaaMmT0tonHmM) m e n t e & m a n ^ l l nivae F a n n & d ev elo p m en t land, als, large decks, complete Roc ne 3 7 7 a c.1 m l. o n C an y ofn F o raaleorrentA & M E x-• 1 s t 160 Oth Av o n , 733->' Very nk«iy furnished small R oom • 04-0900 rp ro - »117.00aNewL{etlnalli) illn a amenities. Such a s AC, epplSi AC, utility room s, pr fo r ren t, full h o u s e ^C, R im , T F C a n a l w a t e r^., presso bldg, 3 47 Wash* !;• I . in* desirable nelohborho< 838 8 after 4pm . . ' p73^ l ^ g es . * 2 2 5 m onth, : hood gas heat/water, covered walkln d o se ts. nice cnjlet ) bdrm, sh a re -b o th . ijtUs in aten8lN .TF. Available’ > 4 .S a Ie: Mobil poultryt apir n - in TWin Falla. Thia 4 be rad, ' O c M im p ro v e m en ts, repatio, fenced b ac l^ird l o c a ti o n . 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A sk for Mel. r|!?i r l i r ^ 's h o ts f A K C . r e g is£-: tH e e n d , $ 1 1 0 . a lin sw ® cover 423-5281 R e w a r d - '" * • tered, $200 e a . 326-3268 Call 734-4135. •• Color p ortable T V s n e ed .. -----la ay a m sg .______________ — MINI-PINS AKC 2 m oles, 1 Ing repair. 734-3639. . V C R .$ 7 5 .n ln ten d eo g am e W fem ale le ft 733-4538 LLAMAS for sak). 432-6634 $20. Micro. $50. Scannei ■ LIVE T R E E S W A N T E D _ $ S O '^ p h ir o r in g . s a c f i acrt* L h asa A pso puppies, $100 ^ R O T T W E IL E R 1 fe m a le ' up to'30*. S pruc e& e tr ty p e s«C0 $7 5.7 3 3 -9 4 4 4 ___ e ac h . Caii 678-0508 p u p p y ,a s k in g $ 2 5 0 . Caii 208-768-2676. . 678-5746______________ W ood sto v e, $75. Lumbe nber PERSIAN purobred kitlena, S c h w in P h a n to m , r a c k , lo n g b e d T o yrootita c u t e & f u z z y . $ 7 5s .' SHCNAUZERAKC 1 male, early 18 5 0 's e ro , eny color.$125. utility trailer, $80C _ $125. puppy 438-8093 000436-1826. Caii 786-6454 w ood d e sk , $115. Camp . im p. ■ ■ e r shell, $ 7 6 . 734-4384 94 AKITA, FR E E la rg e , puro SH iH TZU reg for saie. S tan d a rd siz e poodle pup ^ C all 825-4166._________ _ -----blood, 8 m o s. old, m ale. o r young fem ale poodle. “ 1 neutered, sm art, g e n tie & Cali afte r 4:3 0 733-6215, i "818 . SH iH TZU AKC reg. male. IwtnO- 324-5785. | w » C A U f » T R U Mn ^s — b r o w n & w h ite , e x c e l U sed ' o iectric kilns. L ^rge, e* b lood lin e s, & ad o ra b le. BEAGLE, reg . 3 m o s. fek i m p referred. Call 676-. '1 7 Howard C ab in et Grant 0$300. Call 423-4342 eves. m ale, e x ceptional, $250. 9 1 3 5 ev e s, or mornings. piano, excel cond, bend 734-5054. __________ rnduded.$7 S 0 .7 34 -9 6^5 < — W O L F X p u p p ie s, beauti- WANT T O BUY toys from' BLUE H EELER , p u p p ie *• s. fully m arked 5 w eek s old 1840'8-1970‘s . Also Mon­ C h lck erln g u p rig h t p ia n o __ C A ) . Caii 423-6441. ste r R o ure, a n d car m od­ excel, cond. $ 7 7 5 o r bSS et ------------------el kits from 18 5 0 's-l 870's. offer. 734-6384 evenings ig s . BUNNIES. W anting floppy 7y 4 --------------S 3 --------------1 P le a s e call 734-6864. D ru m m e rs s p e c ia l; Rote I V A R IET Y F O O D S WANTED Mid-Size oxygenI l®i® .male. 324-3993. T o m s, $ 1 5 0 . hi h a t sym ym - I — I & S E R V IC E S & a c e ty le n e b o ttle s; fullI bols, $190. 24* rkte sym ym - COCA TIELS b u y , so il, or ~ b o d io d g o o s e d e c o y s &! boi, $170. Cali 676-8151. O rg a n ic a lly -g ro w n tje e f, 51^ trade. Caii 733-1334. miig g o o se decoys; Romr le an & te n d er, heatlhlui. „ - - i r ^ n S P -1 0 10 g a outo.. Q uttar am p. M arshall JCM ZM- OiNGO p u ps for sa le. 436-®* 543-6302._________ --------' . 733-6675 e ve___________ 8 0 0 . 2 -chanei ste reo . 100 10( 6225 or 436-5982. w a t ts w / 4 1 2 C e le s ttc r ' tion S a v e u p t o 4 0 % WAI4TED T oyota long bed[ c a b i n e t . $ 1 0 0 0 . Ml ilnn t G ERM A N S H O R T H A IR9, . on your grocery bill. 4x4 to fit 1863-1978, AlsoI cond. 324-7003. A K C p u p p i e s , 8 w k sa. . Twin Falls G rocery Outlet m isc p arts. 734-8466 — m other h a s sh o w points, ir; 734-0293. : Kawai Keyboard syntheslz >slzf a th e r is m a s te r h u n te r, ’ W ant to buy a u se d tractor e r w ith P e a v e y A m n pp . $ 1 5 0 e a . Cali 543-8386. in fair cond. w /3. hitch, &I $ 5 0 0 .3 2 4 -7 0 1 0 p o w e r ta k e off a t a rea — nmtMiMiiMM eMmigiiMB g J w d e o ^ K ip m ^ so n a b ie price. 324-1060. M arshall 8 0 8 0 Vaivestat< la te IRISH S E T T E R S . 3 AKC am p . 80 w atts, 12* sp e>akak d . 2 0 * S y lv a n ia c o lo r TV’s , puppies, cham pion sired. W a n t to b u y , PV C g a te d i e r. 8 m o s. old w /cover £ g rea t condltton, $ 7 5 each. ir & 324-1228 afte r 5:00 p.m.'• 1. foot 8W»tch.U8t8 for $700 736-4853 or 738-1574 roo, --------------------------------— ” asking $5 0 0 .7 3 3 -1 9 2 00 KITTENS. 6 F R E E W g « » . »" R C A - V C R w / r e m o t e W a n te d h a r n e s s b ro k e nI R e sto re d p l a r i o s . 7 a - 3 ^ c o n tro l. $ 9 0 . S o lid o a k 733-7585. pony. 673-6676 r 1 8 'Z enith TV J n te r s U t* • S a m i c k a t u d i o p i a nn oo , LAB AKC black lab p u p s, ^ U s e d F u r n i t u r e , 7 3 6 - W a n te d r e g is te r e d m ale $298S/offer. 543-88261 d o w d aw e s rem o v ed , 1 rst 0 9 2 2 , 541 Main Ave. E. L ab fo r s tu d s e rv ic e . — s h o ts , 6 w k s. o ld , 4 f e®{ ­ Twin Falls._____________ P re fe r light yellow or m a le s , 2 m a le s , g r e a t w hite. OFA hips a m u s t ’V T o sh ib a 2 T color TV mon- _________734-4212 h unting sto c k , to o m any l o ( 7 K £ E c S l P M E KI ffr '9 itor, s te re o in & out, cable l e f t , p r i c e r e d u c e d to r e a d y w /r e m o te . $ 200 . W anted rem ote control dog J $200. Hatley. 7 66-4 5 5 8 ; “ Call 734-7674 e v es. sh o ck er. In good working S m ith C o r o n a X D -480C cond. Caii 537-6610 N ew, $ 1 5 0 .7 3 4 -8 2 1 7 .,» 0 0 LAB AKC Black Lab puppy, — III! '• ’ m ale, pick o f th e litter, 77 ^ i 82S W an ted to buy a beginners 1 w k s o ld . B o th p a r e n tIS s ^ I W A N T E D T O BU Y | i - 820 g u itar wilh nylon strings. proven hunter*. Field Trail Call 324-5352.__________ I P E T S & S U P P U E ;S S C h a m p io n P e d i g r e e . r- 4 0 ' o r lon ger o ld er mobile ^ $ 3 0 0 . C o n ta c t D av e UrAIREDA LES PUREBRED r, h o m e o r sholl o f m obile W a n te d to b uy: 5 ia m b s, lED b a n . R e g io n a l D irecto r, h o m e th a t c an b o u sed for $200. 643-8741 e v es.. o01r re a d y fo r p a s u tr e . D u c k s U n t i m i t e dI,, 834-9002 543-6327 work a re a . 734-5909. 324-1188

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