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■Goec^iir^ei-eseg- 

Today’s forecast: 

Sunny am! wanner, liiylis near 80 cic- 
yrccs. Wimis iiyhi from ihc south be- 
coming siiuthwesi 10 u> 2Ujnph by mill- , 
tlay. Lows near >15 degrees. 

Pago A2 • 


Giant building nearly done 

Cireen (iiani’s ili.siribtiiion flianager ex- 
pects a new SO.OOO-square-fooi building 
to be Cinisfied before Aiig. 1. 

Pago B1 

Water agency taps wallets 

The Idaho Department of ^y_ate^_.Re- _ 
_iiu~Lirces~wil l ’s>ion niis e e.K'isttrTg tecs ami 
-vslablish rates lor services tliai iuve'beeii~' 
free. . 

Pago B1 


Joyride ends in crash 

'A 10-yeaf-oId nnrley boy'.s Joyride 
ended in :i crasli sending iiis .sister and 
the driver of anotlier e;ir to tiie Imspital 
Tlmrsdav. _ _ - - 

Pago B3 




A reckoning of relics 

• Veterans Tom Wtitson and Jack Nick- 
— t atis ' iuiii cd b.K - k liiL ca l cn ci a r s c vei. it— 
years to go one-two in llic llrsl round of 
l!ie U.S. Open. 

Pago D1 

It’s here lit last 

The World Cup opens bti several 
fronts today wiili the question of whether 
Americans taking it lo'their licart.s as ma- 
jor as who will llnally win. 

• Pago D1 


This luti.st specializes in leamils, 

Pago 


Spend day witli the Brauns 

Tcxiis .songwriter Guy Clark will Join 
the liraiin Urollicrs on stage for a I'a- 
ihcr’s Daycqnccn.. — 

Pago Cl 

He’s no criminal 

Lct'.s not have any talk of criminal 
charges against a Twin Falls store owner 
wljo shof a biirgliir, loday'.s editorial 
siiys, 

Pago A6 


Incomes will ‘shrink’ 

An accounting change by the Ameri- 
can Medical Assncialion will make it ap- 
pear doctors arc earning less. 

Pago A4 

This is football? 

Chicagoans and many otlier Americans 
unfamiliar with soccer will be wond erin g 
■■■.•ibbui or ignoring players' and " 
teams competing for the World Cup in 
the United Slates. 

Page A 4 

Underdog seeks top office 

Peddling hope, warning and despair, 
an underdog opposition candidate cam- 
paigns for the presidency of Mexico, 

Pago AB 


Section A - 

Weather 2' 

Nation .-3-5 

Opinion 6 

World 7-8 

Section B 
— Magic-Valley. ,.1- 

Obiluaries 2 

Mini-Cassia 3 

Idaho 4 

Section C 
WeGkond-'.:.-.1-8 


Dear Abby 2 

Comics 6 ' 

Movies 7 

Section D . 

Sports 1*3 

Business 4 

Section E — 

Legal notices ..1 

Classified 1-6 

Section F 
Classified 1-6 


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The Associated Press 

WASHINGTON — President Clinlon_ 
cautiously, welcomed North' Kiirca’s pledge 
not to expel U.N. inspectors Thursday hut 
_.said llm eoinmuiiibl regime must also agree 
.. to frce/c its nuclear program during any 
talks witli.ilieUniied.Siiilj fL 

Clinton said tlie United States would 
eoiuimie pursuing U.N. sanctions while try- 
ing to cstahlisli how far North Korea is 
willing 10 go. 

Clinton appeared skeptical ahoiit assur- 
ances made hy i’resident Kim II Sung to 
former President Carter Thursday during 


Carter’s meeting - AS 

‘Cffner's private inissidni . 

"It tlepends on what the Koreans meant 
by wliat they aetuallv said today," Clinton 
said in a Wliite 1 louse press conference. 

"•‘If today's developments mean _Nof:th_ 
Korea is genuiiiely aiid verillably prepared 
to freeze its nuclear program while talks go 
on ... then we Woukl be witling to resume 
high-level talks, P Clinton said. T' 
"There is a great deal at siuke." he saiil. 
"We are pursuing our interests will; resolve 
and steadiness. We are liopeful that this ile- 


velopmcnl today will he positive and we 
are awaiting furtlier evidence." 

Clinton niadc liis remarksTitler meeting 
'witirsenior foreign policy and military- 
leailers. He .said the United Stales would do 
wluiiever is necessary to protect American 
foice-s in Smith Korea and-fiilfill security 
ohlii’atiolis lo ilie I'ovenimeiil in Seoul, 

"Tlicrc's nothing to be eoneemed about." 
the president said. 

Asked if North Korea’s action would un- 
irereut his drivc'for s.inctions. Clinton said. 
"Not if there is notliing new here." 

Carter relayed the Nortli Korean posilio'n 
to the White House in a telephone call to 


Robert.!., fialiiieei, tlic administration's 
chief eourdinulor on tiic nuclear dispute. 
Carter did not speak'tn (.‘liniun. 

— (-)rrCapitnl-H til- rhiirtuliiyr-tlte Semite- 
urged Clinton to prepare for a pVissible 
North Korean attack on l.bS. and South Ko^' 


A berr y good job 






Efforts to riorvost strawborrios are fruitful for LaDawn Dllworth, left, and Krystoll Klinglor during a visit to tho . 
farm of Arlon and Connie Raugust. Although pickers aro happy with tho strawborrios coming off of tho 4-acro ' 
field southeast of Joromo, Arlon Raugust said last year's cool summer woathor made this year's borry yield 
lower than normal. 

Senate Democrats balk at compromise 


The Associated Press 

WASHINGTON — Semite Demoertits 
eanie down hard against talk of health re- 
fonn compromise ‘I'luirsday. saying iliey'li 
settle lor nothing less than imivcrsa! cover- 
age. 

Meanwhile.. Democrats in a divided 
llou.se eommiitcc won approval of help for 
small business — at the expenst: of tobacco 
taxes. And meinbcr.sof the Senate Finance 
Cmnmitiec. wbicli many see as the most 
likely to produce a bill that can win final 
passage, eontinued lo meet behind closed 
doors. 

"There is no universal and there is no 
comprcliensive coverage unless all Ameri- 
cans are as.sured that as of a certain date 
■ they are going to have coverage." said .Sen. 
i:dward M. Kennedy, D-Mass. in a packed 


Capitol news eunrerencc. 

At the .same time, Democrats in the 
House Ways ami Means Commillcu closed 
ranks, voling-24-14 in party-line decisions 
to increase subsidies for low-income work- 
ers, pare down a proposed eigareile tax 
hike and delay a new long-term care pro- 
gram for the .severely disabled. 

The voles were vielories for Sain Gib- 
bons. D-Flii.. the conimitiee's new ebair- 
maii who on Wednesday barely got the 
Deinocraiie support he needed to keep one 
of hi.s bill's key elements; a requirement 
llial employers pay for their workers’ insur- 
ance. 

"1 think we have a critical mass in the 
committee to pass out a liealth care bill that 
accumplislies tlie president's goals." said 
Rep. Benjamin Cardin, D-MU. 

Kennedy and Sens. Tom Daschle. Jay 


Roekd'eller. Paul Wellslone and Bob Gra- 
ham sail! lliai if Congress settles for inere-, 
inciilal health reform. 'Amenea’s middle 
class will he hit hard, 

"Tiiis is a deep moral issue," declared 
Roekufeller. 

"It's about millions and millions of 
/Viiericiins who play by the niles. pay their 
tiixcs.raml wlio work every single day and 
who do not have health insurance and will 
not liave healtli insurance and will never 
have liealth insurance unless we act licre in 
CongTCSs'thts year to give them that univer- 
sal eovenigc.” 

Tlie junior senator from West Virginia is 
one of the most ardent congressional sup- 
porters of President Clinton's health refonii 
plan, often responding more harshly than 
the president against attempts lo weaken or 
uiulennine the hill. 


mm-binding resolution saying the United 
-Stales "sliinild immediately lake all neecs- 
Miiy-mKi appropriate actions lo enhance the 
•preparedness ami safety of (Iniicil .Stales 
and Repuhlie of Korea forces' lo tieter aiul. 
il' necessary' repel, an attack for North Ko- 
rea." 

Mandates 
legislation -- 
over hurdle 

By Scan L. McCarthy 
Times-News writer 

WASHINGTON - More than 13 months 
ago. Idaho’s junior U.S, senator introduecii 
his lirsi hill and hegaii a vigorous cam- 
paign lo end "unfunded federal mandates." 

On Thursday. Sen,. Dirk Kenipihome. R- 
Idaho. claimed a "major victory" for local 
governments. The .Senate Governmental 
Affairs Committee approted Icgislatroh re^ 
slrieling the federal government's ahilliy to 
pass the buck on new regulations to loeal. 

ments, , 

Kemp’lhorne's iiill, 
the most 'prominent A/ 
of eight similar meii- 

" siires berbre tlie Sen- " "" " ” 

ale eommillee. pro- ^ e'- 
vided the base Ian- •' ' '' / 

guiige for the I'intil \\_ 
version passed ' ' 

Thursday, he told .Rv,, y 

Tlii: Tinws-Ncws. ' 

"If you think of ; 
this in sports terms. ' 
we’ve made the Komplhorno 

playoffs and just 

won our first playoff game; There's a few 
more wins needed before we can etaim the 
iropliy." lie said. 

Local officials iiave tnimpeled llic need 
for mandate reform for most ol'ihe past 
year. The U.S. Conference of Miiyors esii-. 
.males that cities will pay upward ol'S2‘L3 
‘million to comply with tlie federal Clean 
Water Act. 

•The‘city-of-ihvin-F«ll!*-is-spending.about 

S2.5 million to move its drinking water 
source from Alpheus Creek to a spring near 
Blue Lakes to satisfy federal drinking wa- 
ter regulations. 

'I'win Falls County has eneouniercd a 
slew of problems in trying lo comply with 
stricter federal environmental rules for 
landfill maintenance. The county issued $4 
million in bonds to build on a site thccoun- 
ty still does not own and has spent thou- 
saiuls more to repair a •H)-aere dump that is 
now the county's inaiii solid-waste facility. 

As approved Thursday, Kempihornc's 
bill. would require the lederaj government 
lo identify funding sources that would help 
cities ami stales comply with nc'w fedcnil 
regulations. 

If tile federal govenmienl does not say 
' liow a niaiulalc will be fundcd.'tbe mandate 
will be voided, or “thrown out." lie said. 

Please see MANDATES/A2 


Si mpso n at funeral as police hun t w eapon 


Los Angeles Times 

LOS AN'GRLl-S Nicole-Brown- 

Simpsun ami Ronald Lyle Goldman, 
slain side.-by-sidc in a brutal att ack 

• that has grabbed the attention of the 
world, were buried in separate funer- 
iils Tluirsday. with O.J. Simpson, a 
suspeel in the killings, silently at- 
tending the service for his former 
wife. 

• Simpson's eliildrcn, 6-yc;ir-:old 
Justin and 9-year-old Sydney, ar- 
rived and left .by their I'ather’s side. 
They were sleeping Sunday night 
wlien an attacker killed their mother 
outside their fasliiomible Brentwood 
area cuiiduminium. 

In Westlake Village. 20 miles 
north of Los Angeles, mourners 
'giilltered to grieve !'pr_Gol<lmnn. 25. 
a waiter and friend of Nicole Simp- 
son wlio.se body was found a few 
feet from hers just after iiiidnight 
Monday. Goldman's sister, who 
wept as she eulogized Itim Thursday, 
spoke to liis memory.' saying;-“l- 
don't'know if i ever told you liow 
proud 1 ail) of the man you have he- 
-come." " . 

I'.veii as the funerals were under 
way, investigators continued investi- 


i’oliec have not released the .exact 
' Hometown - A3 time of dcjillt. but sources have 
p| :ii-- i! Ll.iLr uLiglily between H) p ni. 
gaiing'thc killings and interviewed a and 1 1 p.m I’DT Sunday. 'I'he worn- 
jiew witness, wlio said she saw. a car an spotted tlie car between 9;-l5 p.m. 

that resembled one owned by O.J. and H):10 p.m.. she said. 

Simpson parked across the street Monday, police sei'z.ed a wliite 
from the residence of his fonner wife Bronco from Simpson's liome 

Sunday at about ibc time of the inur- recovered blood samples from 
ders. the upholstery in that veliieie. Tltey 

The witness, a young woman who .,r,. ic.siing tliosc san\p1es to deter- 



s;iid she jogs in the area every niglil, mine whether the blood might iiavc t 

said site could not be sur'e wliether ^;i, me from eillier of the victims or ' . - / '•> 

anyone was in the car when shc_ froin Simpson. - 

jogged past, but her description of Otlter blood samples taken from ' / - ' 

the vehicle generally matcites the ear [],e scene Of the crime match O.J. ^ 

tlial police seized from Simpson’s Simpson's blood type, soiirees close -- ' f 1.‘., 

home iwodaysago. to the erase have said. Siicli a matcji^ ^ 1 ~ 

homicide delcetive in a church park- murder scene. "iKcausc m;iny people 

ing lot to avoid the crush of media have the same blood types. . . 

descending around the case -said Investigators also arc combing. 

site was familiar wilii the ears in tlie clotliing. slices and other items ^ 

iireti and noticed this one because il seized from Simpson's home to de- , ' , . ‘ 

was parked in an unusual loc;tlion. tcmiine whether any of them contain ^ 

"I saw a light colored Ford Bronco blood .stains anil to see whether the — 

iskcl IK- said in ;.n |,, C|,T™ pnlinL ' 

inlcfvicw Willi llic Los ATigcics near ilic'liolcl wlicrc O.J. Simpson, daughter Sydney and son 

limes. She added site did not [iriclly stayed Mondtiy. rlvo for tho funorai of his ox-wifo, NIcolo 

see any activity outside tlie house. Please see SIMPSON/A2 Simpson In Los Angolos Thursday. 


Justin, ar- 
Brown 






SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Some 
followers of doomsday prophet 
David Korcsli restated their inno* 
cencc^tefore a federal judge 'I'inirs- 
duy and refused to heg for leniency 
, for c rim es Ouring a sliuolouL-ili^ 
killed four federal aguots: 

Others asked for mercy, saying 
they simply wanted to get on with 
their lives. ^ 

The sentencing hearing for the 
eight Branclr Davidians opened 
Thursday before U.S. Distrrct-Jutlge ' 
Walter Smith. He was expected to, 
sentence them today. 

*’I hope Judge Smith that you have 
a squeaky clean record," deftmdam 
•Rcnos-AxTaam-said-aftcra nimbling- 
half-hourspcceh. “I hope you c.in 
stand before Coil ... We‘re all go- 
ing to stand before God." 

S mith will sentence the Davidians 
lor ilieu aeuiins dunng the l eb. 

1993, raid at Roresti's compound 
near Waco. 

The raid led to a shootout (hat 


killed six Davidians and four agents 
of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, To- 
baccu-aiid Tireanns..A ,51-day 
armed standoff ensucd.iehding'April 

s.died!- — - — — - — ■ — 

pleven Davidi.an.s were broughl to 
trial. All were cleared of charges of 
murder and murder conspiracy, 
which carry life pri.son sentences, 
Tliree defendants were aapiiucd 
of all charges, and eight were con- 
“victutl'of lesser charges. 

Livingstone Pagan, the llrst defen- 
dant to address the judge, said he did 
not regret his actions, lie called the 
consequences ■■unfortunate." 

Ashc-dccInrcd-hiTT-innoccncc- 
again nrtlTC'cnd'DflilS'.tpoech. some- ' 
one in tlie audience shouted ‘■Amen" 
and sevenil people applauded. 

Defendant Kevin WliiteclifT how- 
ever, said,_he wanted to return to his 
wife and two children, who keep 
asking when he’ll be coming home. 
■‘I liope tliat you do extend as much 


mercy as you can on all of us as a 
group." lie said, 

I'agan, Avraatn and three others 
were convicted of voluntary, 
‘ ter 7 -whie!tT.tuTi L.s up t o, 
years tn prison. 

Those five plus two more were 
convicted of using or carrying a 
firearm during commission of a 
crime. Proseefors arc seeking, 30- 
year sentences on that charge, claim- 
,-ing thii. weapons were automatic or 
othcnvisc illegal. Defense attorneys 
dispute that claim ami argue for only 
five-year terms. 

An eighth Diividian faces up to 20 
y ears i n prison on two, other 
wciipons charges. - - - . - _ 

Also Thursday, a construction 
company crew began preliminary 
work for cleanup of the Koresh 
compound. The company will re- 
move lead-contaminated soil, spilled' 
die.sci fuel, sewage and other waste 
Icfi behind after the fire. 


Mandates— Cereal shipments halted; 
maker says produet safe 


h”““L ^ ED EZ3 E3 S O ^ dlQ 

HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORUS fLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY 


Temperatures 

. .. Max Min Pep 



,r^~\ -fO. ..rO, \ ), 


Las Vcg.i5 9G 
Los Angulos 80 i 
'Memphis 9r 
Miami eoach 66 
• MilAnukoo too ' 
Minnc.apolis 67 < 
Now Odonns 95 ■ 
Now York 62 ( 
Oklahoma City 90 : 
Omaha 89 I 

Phoonix 102 \ 
Pillsburgh 97 i 
Porilnnd, Mo. 76 J 
Poriljind. Ofo, 73 J 
Rono 70 < 

Si. Louis . 94 i 

Salt Lake 'City I 78 ! 
Sat) Francisco • 65 i 


Soaltlo 69 52 

Spokona 71 39 

Washington 99 75.12 

T>vin Falls - 

. Max Min Pep- 

Yostofdoy 69 43 

Last year 62 44 

Normal flt 4fl 

Sunsol today 9;18 p.m. 
Surtfiso tomorrow 6:00 a.m. 
Lunar phaso; First quarter 
Jurto 16; full Juno 23: last 
quartor- Juno 30: now July Q. 


Mox Min Pep 

70 42 

68 46 


p'/\|<Apocfc Northern Utah aad Nevada: 

Uiali - Sunny and warmer today. South winds'10-2(> 
Twin Fulls. Burley, Rupert, Jerome ond Gooding; ‘t'c ("'‘I* ‘o «PP«'’ SOs. Tonight fair. l,ow.s m 

Sunil) iiiul wiirincr today. ingli>. near KO. Smiili iviiuK d'lr .‘^Os, SaUirday sunny. Highs K5-V0. 
near H) lupli lliis mnrning liucoming southwest IU-2II iiipli liiku C'ounly - Mostly sunny today. Highs in the upper 

by mitlday. T^ighl ;nid Simjr(i;iy_fii,ir.,l.ows,,in.ilie.mid:.W 7.D4Jo.mid-S0s_Tonight- fair, -Lows •tn-the-'IOsrSaiurday — 

u'pperMns'niVariiiBr.'iau'iFday'wiili higlis in the lower KOs, ’ sunny,' Highs in ihcHOx, 


Conus Ibairie and Wood River Valley; _ ; 

Musily smmy today. Isolated ullemoon'llumdersliowers 
niainly"i)ver the inmintains, Highs in (he upper hOs, 
Toniglil isolaied evening lliutidersiiuwcrs. (Jifierwise fair. 


sunny, Highs in ihcHOs, 

Weather summary 


T.'miein ia.Ialc.l «v«ni„i! 'ihunjcslluwc,,. Olhtrois. . '' iT “',"»'>Pl»re c„n. 

l.„w» in III. linviT lo ini.l-.1lk, Snlnnliiy Miraiy in., I wiimicr. “’"'ra' "'“ll'" "> ““ Pi,c,r,nNonl,«.-ci.l^ 

-llighs-70 lo 75: ■' 'r' -surface low pressure arco in southern Wyomiiig 

Extended forecast: Souiliern Idaho Sunday through hrouglil a few light showers to southeast Idalio Tliursday 
Tuesdiiy mostly sunny. Lows in ili«_4fls .Sunday w.imiing morning. Another area of low pressure loc.'iicil in suullicm 
to llie .‘'O.s hy Tuesday. Higlis in the KOs through lower 90s. British Columbia hrouglil showers to northern Idtiho ond 


Pollen count 


86 ; grass; moderate 

Cojrrm.v A'.lli'fia and Allergy of ' 


Visible planets 


to llie .‘'O.s hy Tuesd;iy. Higlis in the KOs through lower 90s. British Columbia brought showers to northern Idtiho ond 

'sesicm Montana for mueh of the day. 

Afternoon skic.s were generally cloudy with scattered 
light rain falling in the Panhandle, but sunny to n'joslly .sun- 
ny in most other locutions. 

, 1 ^. I Mulhin and Orangeville had light min for much of the 

I - . I afternoon. Totals were generally less than .10 inch al- 

though Or.mgevilic reported .59 and Low-cll .57. 

Winds were generally in the 10 to 15 mph range with 
uceasional gust.s up to 25 mph in the southern sections. 

The highest temperature in the state Wednesday was 74 

iviornirigl Suturn, IVIarS ' dKgfces;itMuladnndPayc«c.FairficldnndKclchumrc- 

Iji • ® \/ j ported the lowest at 26 degrees. 

Cnin^. VenUSy xlUpItCr.) nisewhere in the nation Wednesday, the highest temper- 

IVlCrClirV amre was 109 degrees at CooHdge, Ariz. Truckce, Calif., 

I — * Y 1 — reptmed the lowcsncmpcnttire at 15 degrees;- 

West shivers in record cold while East bakes in record heat 

The Associated Press eiirly-lo-tielp its rosidcnts-copc.-Schools-in-VVashingion, — 

D.C.. and its suburbs closed two hours early. 

, The West shivered under record h'w_ieniper;ilures Meanwhile, the West was suffering the opposite prob- 

Thursday while llie Last haked in a record-selling heal “tern. 

w;i>e ^ — — y.; ^^Hie fernpeminre fell tb 36 deg'rec'infrOreat FnSIs.'-Moiu., 

Ninncrcnis cities .set record higlis for the date, including tying a lOO-year-old record. Other record lows were lied in 
I'ort W;iync. Iml., (96 degrees), .Satill Sle. Marie, Mich., Havre, Mom., (.14) and Santa Maria. C.ilif.. (42). Tempera- 
[S.S)._^iuili Bend, Ind.. J95), La Crosse, Wis., (94) and lures fcll into the .10s and 40s across die northern Rockies . 
Piii.shurgh ('9.5'), Milwaukee reported a liigh of 100 degrees, and the Pacific NortliwcM. 

creaking a mark esiahlislicil in 1922 and 1939 ;md setting a Key West, Fla., repotted an ovemiglti reading of 82 dc- 
-eciird for the second straight day. . . grees while Elko. Nev,, fell io-29 degrees. 

The temperature in Saull Stc. Marie, Mich., was the Thutulcrslunn.s once again rumbled across the East and 
ugliest record for the date in K4 years. .Southeast, the Tennessee and Ohio vullcys und parts of the 

Many other cities tied record higlLs, including Rochester, southern and ccniitil Plains. _ • 
s'.Y,. (9.1), Toledo. Ohio. (9K). M.adison. Wis.. (93), Some of the thimdcrslorms produced strong winds and . 
f uungsiowni Ohio, (91 ) and Wasiiingi'on, D.C.. (9S), liail, downing trees and power lines inJDhio, Indian.!. Mis- 
irecn Bay. Wis.. rcporlet! a high of 93 degrees, mateliing a souri and Virginia. .Heavy rains prompted flood watches 
nark set in IK9I. C'liicago opened its public pools 10 day.s for much orojiio. ' , ' 


Nimicrcnis cities .set record higlis for the date, including 
• Fort W;iync. Iml., (96 degrees), .Satill Sle. Marie. Mich., 
(S.S). .South Bend, Ind..J95), La Crosse, Wis., (94) and 
' .Piii.shTiFgh (9.5')rKliIw;iiikce fcporicd a liigh of 100 degrees, 
breaking a mark esiahlislicil in 1922 ami 1939 and selling a 
recortl for the second siniighi day. . . 

The temperature in Saull Sic. Marie. Mich., was the 
highest record for the date |n K4 years. 

Many oilier cities tied record higlcs, including Rochester. 
N.Y.. (9.1), Toledo. Ohio. (9K). M.idison. Wis.. (93), 
Yuungsiowni Ohio, (91) and Wasiiingi'on, D.C.. (9S), 
( ireen Bay. Wis.. reportet! a high of 93 degrees, mateliing a 
mark set in IK9I. C'liicago opened its public pools 10 day.s 


Continued from A1 
Kcmpthonic, Boi.sc*s mayor from 
1986-1993, said the hill also would 
require (he federal budget office to 
consult with local offtciaLs before, 
enacting new mandates. 

'■Wc’rc now dealing with it on the 
front end," he .said. 

Twin Falls County Commissioner 
Jim Fraley said the county would 
have an easier time keeping up with 
.federal mandates If grani money 
was available to pay for them. 

The cminty has applied uii.suc- 

,cc5sfully two.y.cars-stcaight.for- 

grtints to meet standards «>f (be fed- 
eral Americans with Disabilities 
Act. Fnticy said. • 

Even with some recent modtfic.x> 
tions.-"thc courthouse is certainly 
not up to ADA standards," he said. 

It . would appear that 
Kemnthome's hill also hns th‘e snn- 
port of the While Mouse. 

Prc.sident Clinton, addressing the 
nation's mayors on Monday. ac> 
kiiowicdged the need for the federal 
*^u^'n'jmcnn<nic!p'citicsand'si;i 
comply with federal mandates. 

■■What we do here in W.isliington. 
... can' only work if we give the peo- 
ple in your communilics back home 
the tools they need ttj get the things 
done that have to be done." Clinton 
-said. 

Leon Panetta, director of the pres- 
ident’s Office of Management and 
Uiidget, also ha.\ expre.ssed his sup- 
port for Icgiskition curbing unfund- 
ed federal mandates. Clinton and 
Panetta say they appreciate Con- 
gressional elTons to achieve hipani- 
sail compromise on the bill. 

A majority in both liouscs of 
Congress have signed onto 
Kempthome’s bill and a similar bill 
—intcoduced by-Rcp-Xiaty-^V. Condit,- 
D-Cnlif. 

Kempthornc said Thursday he • 
hopes to have (he bill passed and 
signed by the end of (he year. 

Musician found dead 

. SEATTLE (AP) — The bass 
player for Courtney Love's band 
Hole was. found dead Thursday in 
. her bathtub with' syringes and wliat 
appeared to be drug paraphcntaliu, 
police siiid. 

The cause of the 26-ycar-old 
Kristen Pfafi's death was not imme- 
diately detennined. An autopsy was 
scheduled for Friday. 

Love is the lead singer for the al- 
ternative punk rock group Hole. 
Love's husband. Kurt Cobain. lead, 
singer for the ground-breaking 
grungc-rock band Nirvana, killed 
himself in April. 


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Mills Inc. has halted shipments of 
Chcerius and otlier oat cereals aficr 
learning some of its grain was treat- 
ed with a pesticide not approved for 
use on oats. 

Tile company said Thursday it has 
no plans to recall buxe.s already in 
grocery stores and docs not know 
how many boxes are affected. It ile- 
■ .scribed what happened as a tcehni- 
.cal problem and said the cereal is 

_safC; 

(ieneral Mills said it xvill use oth- 
er sources of oats and expects to re- 
sume sliipment of Cheerios. Lucky 
Charms. Oatmeal Crisp and Ka- 
boom cereals in two to tlircc days. 

A.sked why the company has with- 
held further shipments if they are 
fe. spokesman Crain Shiilstnd 
id. "because we were in a tcchni- 
cal violation and ifttiai technicality 
is resolved, wc will coniijiue to 
ship." 

— — A-=pfvlin»in.nfy,.fvvicw-by-to.vioolo — 
gists from the federal Food and 
Drug Administration and the Envi-... 
rohmcntal Protection Agency 

Simpson __ 

ConlinueiJ from A1 • 

trolling with metal detectors as they 

.searclied for a possible weapon. 

A.S investigators coiuiniied their 
review of the pliy.sical evidence and - 
their interviews with po.ssible wit- 
nesses. families of the two victims ' 
gathered sepanilely for a pair of fu- 
nerals. 

About 200 close friends and fanti- ' 
ly made tlieir way to Nicole Simp-__' 
.ton's 'funenil at St, Manfn of Tours"' 
Catholic Church in Brentwood i 
Thursday morning, under sunny I 
skies and the bu/z. of media hell- < 
copters, ( 

O.J. Simpson emerged from one | 
and iingcrcd-brieny wiih.othet fami- , 
ly members oiilsido the side eii- , 
trance. On both sides, he held the 
hands ofhis small children. ' 

Afier the hour-long service, fami- 
ly and friends paused. outside the 
side enirnnee, surrounding O.J. ’ 
Simpson. Guests embraced, chatting '■ 
and laughing quietly. ^ 

A| a liny Westlake Village chapel.’ ^ 
roughly 400 of Goldman^ friends 
and relatives overflowed llie pews, t 
Some stood in the chapel’s aisle and I 
while others huddled by the door- I: 
way und listened to loudspeakers c 
placed outside,. Kim Goldman, 22. a 
wept as she said farewell lo lier t 
brother. Ji 


.showed the pesticide did not present 
a health hazard. 

The pesticide was "vinually iden- 
tical" to another that is approved for 
use on oats, .said Austin Sullivan, 
vice president of corporate commu- 
nications for General Mills, the na- 
tion’s No. 2 cereal maker behind the 
Kellogg Co. of Battle Creek, Mich. 
"If they (the FDA and the EPA) 
thought there was a health hazard, 
they and wc would have pulled the 
"product Irtng-ago:*’ 

The FDA notified General Mills 
on June 10 that the pesticide, chlor- 
pyrifos-elhyl. was detected in a rou- 
tine in.speciion of grain elevators in 
Duluth and Superior. Wis. 

In its sub.scqucni investigation. 
General Mills found that an indc- 
pendent, licensed pesticide contnie- 
tor had improperly used the pesti- 
cide a.s a substitute for chlorpyrifos- 
methyl, a similar chemical that is 

approved for i i s caaojials 

■Tile improper trcaiment.s involv- 
ing. 15 million bushels of outs duicd 
to May 1993. 


Rabbi Gary John.son led the brief 
service, focusing on the need for 
faith in the face of such a violent 
and .sudden tragedy. 

The burials were haunled by the 
possibility of exhumations, ns 
Sliapiro had said he wanted a iead- 

■ ing nationa] pathologist lo conduct 
his own autopsies in. order to check 
the work of the Los Angeles County. 

■ coroner, Biii Shapiro — wiio Thurs- 
day identified that pathologist ns Or 
Michael Baden from New York — 
said he had at least temporarily 
dropped tliose plans out of deference 
to the victims' families and instead 
was asking for the cooperation of 
the 'co'bnty coroner's office in sup- 
plying his pathologist with informa- 
tion related to the autopsy. 

"Because of the dramatic effect on 
the family, 1 have decided not teren- 
eroach upon the family witli this 
subject during this period of grief," 
Sluipiro said. ^ 

Police arc nearly ready lo forxvard 
their investigation to the Los Ange- 
les county district attorney's olTIcc. 
but prosecutors and police are dis- 
cussing whether lo arrest Simpson 
and then file charges against him or 
to submit the evidence to a grand 
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Cclctirily dlicf ’iVolfganj; Puck 
pulled tun the Morc-bdu^il chicken 
and lei il liii ihc table with a sharp 
lliump. 

He and lawmakers also, went 
bowling with broilers, 

“I’m surprised they let this 
through the security check," Puck 
loTd niemhers of Congress. "It is 
more like a weapon than a chicken." 

. . . The chicken had. beep. frozen to.2U_ 
degrees, still fresh by curreni stan- 
dards at the U.S. Department of 
Agriculture. In fact, it’s still fresh 
iiUiUt-h' 

•Puck’s prop was one of several 
. introduced Tliursday to show people 
that "fresh” on that package of 
chicken may not mean wlfa't niosi 
people think. 

Rep. Kdolphus Towns, D-N.Y., 
cjircsscd one bird from his local 
supermarket-.and pronounced it "soft 
as a baby’s bottom," but proclaimed . 

' iinother "hard as a rock.” Puck', 
owner of the trendy Spago restaurant 
. in Lb^.Angxlcs, and memher^af~ 

Congress from California later took 
part in a media event in which they 
bowled with the birds and served 
California chicken. 

California’s poultry industry pul 
on the bowling event, which dove- 
tailed with a hearing liy Towns’ 

Government Operalinns subcomniit- 
tec'and a siihconnnitlee chaired by 
Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif. 

Towns' subcommittee has been 
investigating wiiether the 
Agriculture Department can fairly 
regulate a meat industry that il alst) 
promotes. 

The subcommittee, especially 
Republican members, wanted- to 
examine whether Agriculture Debra Laboschin of the California Poultry Federation bowls with 
Secretary Mike lispy and others had g frozen chicken Thursday In Washington. 

received fjivors from the poultry ^ • ■ 

■ i tldi t. slry nc.s.sc.TfTnrmhc dep.irinient s uiii^ forbidding poultry that has hcen 



wlierc the freezing liegins in turkeys 
and chickens. 

. Tlic Nalitmal Broiler Council and 
llic Arkaasas Poultry Federation said 
that would dose California to inier- 
stiilc shipments of “fresh" poultry 
from Arkansas and other leading 
hroilcr stales. 

The long trip and multiple .'jtops 
rcijuire that trucks often be chilled to 
lemperalurc.s well below 26 to keep 
tiic.birds from .spoiling. ... 

A federal judge in California 
struck down the California law 
txrcHus e it cnnfliCTCd'Witirre'derar 
law. But lispy said in February the 
department would review the regula- 
tions. 

. . "I think wc have concern .both for. 
consumer perceptions of what is 
fresh and for food safety issues,” 
'Deputy Secretary Richard J:,. 
Rominger told Towns’ siibcomniil- 
lee. "Wc want to consider botli," 
lie said the, dcpari'menl would 
hold hearings on the issue starling 
this summer..and.Aidcnlific -ctiuj-. 
niittcc would be reviewing the 
dcparinieni’s research ne.\l month. 

’Ilie department in IbKH first con- 
sidered a 26-degree cutoff point for 
the fresh label, said Lester M. 
Crawford, former administrator of 
the Food Safety and Inspection 
Service. 

But Crawford said the industry's 
National Brtiiler Council inier\-ened 
and the idea was dropped. 

Kenneth May, a scienli.si with the 
National Broiler Council, argued 
that "freshness is not,;i simple miller ' 
of temperature alonc« 

"Product freshness is a condition 
in which a product exhibits varimis 
characlerislics." he .said, including 
’■ia.sle, aroma, bacterial quality tind 
nubilinnal cliaraclcri.siie.s.” 

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• ^ and three other plaintiffs — US 
West Multimedia Comnuinica- 
SLA'FTLH — In. a decision tinnirr the Washington 
invoking technology. First Independent Telephone Assoc- 
Aineiulnient rights anci rule- ialion and Pacific Telecom — 

. reducing compelitioh. a federal hroiighi* a suit in November 
judge Wednesday gave U.S West because fcdcral-cnurt decisions 
dcaranoc.to offer video program- likeTlie VirgtTTrroiie do not appiv 
Tnjng over its phone' lines lit elsewhere. — ^ 

Washington and 1.1 other The Wash]ng^ni_ind_ep_endeiii_ 
-Weslern-slafcsT- nncplmnc Association consists 

It is the second .such ruling at of smaller phiinc companies with- 
the federal-dislrici-court level in Washington. Pacilic Telecom 
and won’t result in-an overnight offers phone serviLe'ti'm~siale~ 
allcrnaliyc to current cable .scr-, iiujuding W.ishingion. 

vice,-" • - - ;; ; - witinire'gr.Tdiuhnirinrg bf legal 

But the decision issued here hurdles, technical challenges still 
yesterday by District Jurige lace the numcrmis phone compa- 
Barlvira Rolhslein is a significant nies nationwide that iiope to, 
step as the federal government expand their role as information 
tries to catch up to icchnnhigical providers. It’s only'a matter' of 
and economic realities as regula- time, though — perhaps a few 
tor and as bicjjiljlor of the i nfor-’ yi- ars — lir- 6<ri. ‘ ' 


aiitm-sn;«rhTgbw,ay. .snfmvire sbJininn.s are widely In 

In her ruling, Roliis'tein place on plume sy.Mcms. 
endorsed the notion that it no Telephone giants and otliers 
longer makes sense to prohibit have conlended that -if phone 
phone companies from conveying companies arc allowed to offer 
television conlem. She noted that video services, there will be more 
current law defining such content competition, fostering innovation 


by its nature violates the 
Amendment. 

Her decision comes in the mid- 
dle of a vast industry, transition 
from one-way broadcast televi- 
sion to interactive, on-demand 
video and data. 

Uisl August, a federal judge in 


iiid lower rales for-consumers. 

Fven defendants in the lawsuit 
— the Federal Communications 
Commission . and . Justice 
Department — previously recom- 
mended the video limitations on 
phone companies be rescinded, 
Rothslein ruled. that the reasons 


Virginia made a similar ruling in for the TV prtrliihilion can be 
behalf of Bell Atlantic. 'Hiat case adtiressed in ways far short of an 
is being appealed. ^ outright ban nf phtum-company 

US West Cnmmuniciilions Inc. inv«)lvemcnl in television. • 


But iliu matter is under Justice of inspector General could testify. chilled below 26 degrees to he 
Dcparimetu review, meaning no wit* •California enacted ti Itiw Itisi yetir labeled fresh. That’s near tlic point 


spoilage cca.se to grow 
degrees, and -all water molecules in 
poultry don’t freeze until zero. 


Navy searches for towels 


O J. faced long odds Jn escape-jfcoiii^pEqjeGts-|; 


SAN FRANCISCO (Ai») — A 
kid, O.J. Simpson faced lung (xliLs. 

He wits bom with rickets, was raised 


was his moiher who helped straighten ' McCaffrey met Simpson as a high friends, and today liie Slriiuglilers ;ir'u 
him out, Creentrerg. said, school .sophomore. O.J, was a slow adamant in their support of Simpson. 

“It could have been very easy for bloomer; in his junior year the team "I ihiiik Ihc man was set up," 
in u single-parent lu*mc and confroiiled him to gel into a lot of iniuhlc amimd went But the next year, ihe team declared Siraughter's .son, Johnny Jr,, 

trouble daily in the housing project here, but he had the wherewithal and mustered a respcclable 5-3 record, who lives.in the building next to where 

where he grew up, the mind to listen to people with gtxxl including upsetting favored St, Simpsttn grew up, 

Gangs were a templatioii, and young advice, namely his mother," Greenberg Ignatius, ■ 

Orcnthal James once spent a weekend siiid. Vera Slraiighlcr, raised across the 

in juvenile hall after being involved in "He made up his mind that he just .street from Simpson in the Foirero.Hill 
a fight, was going to pull himself alxwc that,” housing projects, remcmlxtrs tlie diish* 

His high sch<X)l junior varsity coach, agrecd'Sinipson’s fttmier Iiigh .sclux>l .ing gridiron star of those days. 

Jack McBride, recalled finding coach, Jack McCaffrey. "He was "He'd go to football practice with 
Simp.sun and two other top athletes .sircctwi.sd in the sense that he knew if his little cleats over his shouhler every 

lhri)wing dice iirtiie boys’ hathrimm hcclccied li»gb down and act like the day." she said, "He'wiLS never late for 

on the first day of f<x)iball practice, rest of the idiots he wiisn’l going to his pracli 


WASHINGTON (AF) — The H.S, Navy served as our gracious 
avy is looking for a few good tow- hosts during'lhis trip," saiil the 
i s -'=^^ i nd- hnt 'iTr nb ' e F;~ =- ' in. ’ ir ' v, 'm - ~'’ h) ' e ' bVi ' i: tiMa r ii c cr ' b ' v * R ' ep. ' Daif " 
islied from an aircraft carrier that Burton, K-lnd, "Tirey provided 
•was host .to While House aides dur* lhe.se items for iiur use, not i 


, 'Vou could tell he v 


Friends remember little of O.J.'s 
fatlier, JimmyLee Simpson. whi> died 
in BlKti. Greenberg stiid ite believes the 
couple was divorced early in O.J.'s 
life. 

But they all remember his mother, 
who still lives in San Franeiset). A 
nurse at nearhy Saji Fr.'inci.sco General 
Hospital, .she wiis'a strong, churdigo- 


ing Frvsiduni Clinton’s recent 
to Nonnamiy. 

' An internal White House mem- 
orandum, dated Thursday, Siiiil 
the USS George Washington had 
discovered Ihtil K4 tinvuls iind 
robes were liikvn from the ship’s 
staterooms. The items liad a liittil 
line of $562, tind the mcme 


enirs. Thcy have requested 
ruiniburscmcnl of 5562 from the 
White House f<ir the above 
items." 

Tile memo, written by Isiibelle 
Tapia and Michael l.ufraiui of the 
Wliite Mouse’s Office of Scheduling 
and Advance, added,' "Mtik-c an'y 
cheeks paytible to the USS George 


asked responsible staff membdCs Washington, 
to pay for any they might have It was disifilmietl to all staffers 
■aken. ■ who had stayed aboard the nuclear 

"As you know, the ship and the aircraft carrier. 


But Simpson had soincihing the gel iinywhcfe.’’ ' ’ goin'glohe.Mimelhing,’’ ing’person. Greenberg" said. 'I'hc 

other kids on the block didn’t — his All of whic' ' • > 


- • itioiher,'IIunlce'Slmpson.“ 

‘•'niere were always three meals on 
the talilc. Tlie hou'ft was kept up and 
he iilways had a mother at home he 
could go to, ’I longtime friend Jon 
Greenberg .said,' 

When Simpsi^n .goi into trouble, it 

33 years, 
wallet returned 

INDIANA. Pa, (AP) — Mary 
Brewer got her wallet back, and almost 
• . everything wa.s there. 

Black-and-white snapshots, Tlircc- 
ccnl stamp. Driver’s license — from 
The only thing niLssing w;ls Ihe 
. $9 she planned to u.sc to buy vitamins 
beciiusc she was pregnant with her first 
child. Tliat was 33 years ago. 

"There are certain things you 
remember," said Mrs. Brewer, who is 
now 52. “It w;ls tniumatic. I remember 
being very iijrsel about it." 

Mrs. Brewer was 19 when the wallet 
disappeared. She left it in her car, 

.. •..wiucli..was-paxkcd-in u-bowling-alley — 

• parking lot, and went to church. When 
: she came back, the wallet wits gone. 

•— A cunslruclion-wofker-numcd 
Martin Snyder mccntly foiind-thc wal- 

- -let between partiliuiis.uf a wall. in litc .. 

• men’s room of the bowling alley, 

• : which is being demolished. Mrs. 

•; Brewer guesses that a thief took iicr 

; money and dilched Ihc wallet in the 
; bowling alley. 


All of which makcliJl'thm much Simpson.uied.luj>lop.lo.udk.tq.her,— Aisodaled-Pi 

harder for Simp.son’s friund.s and attentions that drove her steady her for comment, 
admirers to believe their hero could be’ boyfriend, Johnny Strniighter, to gel 


s-unahle-tn-Tcach' 


involved in the slayings of his ex-wife 
and n male friend. 

"It’s just a joll," siiid McCiffrcy, 
who coached Simpson at Galileo High 
School from 1962 to 1965. 


into, a figlit willi tlu 
Famcr, she .said. 

"I wiLs, ‘Wow, these guys are fight' 
ing over me,’ " she said, laughing. 

. The fight over, the tlirec became 


At his Induction into the Hall of 
fiiUirc Hall of' Fame, Simpson thanked his nuilher. 

stiyiiig, "You just don't kmiw what it is 
lo he K yciirs old and all your friendK 
think you have Ihe best mother in the 
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WASHINGTON — Tlic United Stales tmist '•en'yayc" njirma, llic 
world’s liirycsl producer of opium, if it wants to curtail heroin traf- 
ficking in Souiiicasl Asia, President Clinton's top drug policy ativiscr., 
says he was told by officials in the region. 

However, the United States withdrew its ami'assador and terminat- 
ed financial assistance to Dufina six j'ears ago because of human 
rights vlojiitions in the country its rtilcrs now call Myanmar. 

Lee Brown, director of the Office of Natimial Drug Control Policy,, 
would not say if hi.s pew ant^-hcroin strategy, which lie expeefs to rec- • 
__omnicud-lo-Clinian in.anbthcLiUQnLli. wouJd.seck_li.ci:lKinge thtii, 

- ^ Democrats target Clinton’s Ghina-policy_ 

WASHINGTON — Four senior Democrats challenged .President 
Clinton’s China policy lliursday with a hill to impose targeted sanetions 
on Chinese goods because of Beijing’s poor human-rights record. 

Tltc bill would revoke China’s most-favored-n;ilion trade status on pr<xl- 

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Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell. D-Maine, said lie was cninitig 
out against Clinton’s decision to separate trade and human rights because it 
“will confinn for the Chinese communist regime the success of its policy 
of repression on human rights ami manipulation on trade." 

r ^WomeiTtes^JfiiEiiSBhJLaix^re 

WASHINGTON — One after another, women stepped up tti the 
microphone in a congressional caucus room Thursday to tell their 
most personal stories — about menopause, lumps in their breasts, 
domestic alnisc and hulimiti. 

In a meeting to push for improved women’s care in healih reform, 
hundreds of other women cheered them on. 

"All I need to say to all «>f you is that we've just begun to light.’’ 
said Health and Human Services Secretary Donna .Sltalala, who 
joined about a dozen congresswomen itt hearing what the women had 
to say. ' . ■■ ■■ • 

‘Grande Dame of Aspen’ dies at 91 

-ASPEN, C«i!o. — Elizabeth Nitze Paepeke. the "Grande D.inie ol 
Aspen" wlto helped transfunn the town from a sleepy mining cummiinily 
iniu a oillural center, died at her Iwme here Wednesday. Site was 9 1 , 

Under the leadership of Mrs. Paepeke and her husband. Walter. 
Aspen became an internationally known center of inidlcclual dia- 
logue. music and ihc arts.'aswcil asu famous ski resort, 

Romance language.s at the University of Chicago. Site married 
Paepeke. the president of the CiticagtMniscd ('onitiiner C’orp. of 
AmeriCii, in 1922. Their principal residence was in Chicago. He dicti 
in 1%(). 

. Brains of 26 corpses given to school 

PHILADELPHIA — The Medical Examiner’s office removed the 
• hmins nf 2ft corpses without notifying their lamilics aiid.dunaied the 
organs U> :i medical school for anatomy classes, The Philadelphia 
Inquirer reporieO Timrsday. 

"Tltey didn’l give us-any infonniition." said Leon White Sr., whose 
son’s bri'tin was removed. ''Don’t they have to gel permission to do 
something like ihiil'.’’' 

llic’newspapcr said that by law. the' city should have received the 
consent of the family before giving the briiins to the University of 
i’ennsylvania Medical School. 

The city contends it didn't need to notify llie lamilies because ttie 
Itrtiins were part of legally authorized autopsies. 

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A rigger works to secure a banner atop the Citrus Bowl In 
Orlando, Pla., to promote the first World Cup Soccer compctl- 
tion Sunday when Belgium meets Morocco. 

Baptists embrace dialogue 


OR1j\NDO. l-la. (AP) — Southern 
Baptists and Roman Catholics can be 
_ more than pdlit i cal soul mates, the 
nation’s’largcsi Protestant denomina- 
tion declared 'nmiMlay. 

, Ijt a major step toward ccumeiii- 
cism. - the Southern Baptist 
Convention said born-again believ- 
ers may be fotind in all Christian 
' denominalions. and endorsed 
Baptist-Catholic dialogtic.. 

"We live in a land where llierc is a' 
demonic onslaught against the forces 
of ileccncy and righteousness, anil we 
need to stand with g<K>d peo|>lc logeih- 
cr.” Ttoiothy \>eoigc, ilean of Becsoin 
Divinity Sciux)l in Montgomery. Ala.. 


told the convention on the nnal day uf 
its I37lh annual meeting. 

The dcclartUioii ovcrwhelniiogly 
approvcd'by aboiii /.^nn coiiventinii 
delegates places no limits on the free- 
Jonrof B.ipiists to persuade other 
Christians to switch churches. It alsi* • 
acknowledges serious theological dif- 
ferentxs with Catholics on issues that 
include papal iiifallihilily and the rela- 
tion hctwccn the Bible and church -Ua- 
dition. 

Set against the historical comity 
hctwecn the nation's two largest reli- 
gious groups, the formal declaration of 
the desire for dialogue was seett its his- 
torically signiikant. 


CHICAGO (AP) — Quick, who But the frenzied /cslooning 
are Lothar Mallhacus and Marco doc.sh’t impress Derek Rector, .who 
Antonio Elchevcrry? . was hjinding out frcc tickets to n 

For denizens of a city who auto- promotional festival this week. 

- malically think "Da Bears” when "Crowd-building is difficult for 
you say "footbal!.” the question pro- soccer.” Rector says. "People arc 
vokes blank stares, wild guesses o^ -like, they don't even know what it 
worse. is. Then they find out and they're 

"Those arc people?" asks a puz- worried about riots.” 
zlcd North Side physician. But the security types in the city 

Only avid soccer buffs — .scarcer of big shoulders arc confident. 

7 in Chicago than Republicans who "It’s a different crowd’; al_ the 
will own up to it — know Mattliacus World Cup level, says Jim Froslid of 
and Etchev'cTryTirc’lop playcr.s. for~WoMd‘Cnp"USA-'!T local-org an tzing- 
Gcrmany and Bolivia. Their teams committee. "The people who come 

meet~todny~ifrthe op en ing-match~t)f — over-here-will-spend-lhousandK-of— 

the coast-to-coast sprawl called dollars. Tlicy'rc not coming pver to 
World Cup '94. ■ spend it in jail." 

• Prc.sident Clinton will be there. So Not all.comcrs of the city arc soc- 
wil! German Chancellor Helmut ccr-comalosc. In the city’s ethnic 

- Kohl —ami — Bo li v i.in — Pfeatdent-^etghbofiKwdsr-w-liose-f e H i detvhi — 

Gonzalo Sanchez 'dc Lozada. come from countries where soccer is 

Hey, singer Diana Ross headlines a national passion, there is button- 
ihe pre-game gala — thisisbig! bursting elation. For suchfans, 
So. is the city abuzz witii excite- World Cup is a happy collision of 
. megt? Gripped by "fus.sball fever”? Super Bowl, World Scries and 

. —In GI>i-cah-guh?-NaaaHht Olympics fervor.- r 

"You mean kickball?” sneers one World Cup has-been the talk of 

- downtown office worker. Ii/.s pefron.s for weeks, says 

Another dismisses the idea that Herbert Stober, owner of Resi’s 
soccer is a sport. Bier.stubc, a boisterous German' 

Chicago, site of five jof the 52 pub on the northwest side. Stober, 

- . games, is outdoing itself to show ii.s born in Karlsruiie, Germany, says 
best side to an expected SOO.QUO he’s bringing in his spare TV so 
tourists. On tap arc a parade, a tavern patrons can watch the 
downtown festival, a tournament for match Friday afternoon, 
kids, some ocih-aali fireworks and a A.ssistant editor Howard Chang 
lakefroti.t concert by tenor Placido says the Chicago-based Korea 
Domingo. ■ Timesvvillbe"covcringitcvcry 

“Tliis is the single'mosl imporlani day." 
toiiri.sm event that will happen in our ”lt means a lot to us because it's 
lifetime," guslies Leslie Fox, tiie tiie first time World Cup has lieen 
city's World Cup promotion coordi- held in tiie United Stales, ’’ .says the 
nator. South Korean-born Chang, “and it's 

“ Chicago is strewn with soccer ball the third siraiglit time South Korea 
symbols: banners on light poles, has participated.” South Korea plays 
stickers on highway signs, posters Spain in the Cup's second contest, 
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way doctors 
list income 

CHICAGO (AP) — Tired of being 
told they make itx) much money, doc- 
tors are going to juggle the books to 
make it seem they're caming lc.ss, 

llic American Medical A.s.siKliiliuii • 
is changing the way it calculates d(K> 
tors' incomes, lumping llic salaries of 
private pmclilioners with those of fed- 
eral government doelors and young 
d(Ktors in training, who make consid- 
erably less, 

“Yeah, it's an accounting change," 
said Dr. Nancy W. Dickey, the 
AMA’s .secretary-treasurer. "But the 
press leaves out the footnotes. 
Tlicrefore our only.ehoicc is to make a 
change so the numbers show the 
whole picture. Now the physician 
!iK)ks less like he’s gouging America." 

- The. latest calculations, based on . 
1W2 data, show that the mean income 
of U.S. doctors in private practice is 

— Sl-77rl(H)-pcrycar.-That v'aric?rfrt)m~ 
SI 1 1. KOI) for general practitioners to 
S25-^,30tl for radiologists, llic highest 
— paidgnuip. - 

In contrast. diKtors in training earn 
only $22.(K)() to S3a(XH) per year. Tlic 

• AMA has not previously collected 
information on- the income.s of govern- , 
ment doctors, but they arc known to 
earn much less than doctors in private 
practice. 

Tlic AMA adopted llic accounting 
change at its annual niecling, whicli 
ciKTcd Thursday. The first reports 
reflecting the change arc expected in 
two or three years. 

“It's unabashed deception uf the 
— public-omn>'onc-clse-wlK>-woukI-want — 
to know what physiciaas make,” said 
Dr. Sidney Wolfe, director of Public • 
Citizen’s Health Research Group in 
Wnshington.^D.C. “It sounds like' the 
kind of snake oil that the AMA is very 
fond of criticizing others for." 

But Dickey argued that the current 

- figures reflect only doctors’ prime 
earning years. They fail to lake . 
account of the many years of training 
that doctors undergo and the long 
hours llicy work. 

"1 think the doctors were trying to 
say. ’Let’s give the whole picture,’ 
she .said. 

Doctors leave medical .school with 
an average’ of SSO.tXK) to $100, (XH) in 
debts, slic s;(kl. Tlicy Spend three to 10 
years :ls residents in tniining. working 
KO to 1(X) hours per week. 


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WASHIN.CTON — Tlianks lo ihc 
efforts of the National Rifle 
Association, nearly everyone knows 
that the Second Amendment speaks of 
"the right of the people to keep and 
bear arm.s." 

• It is less known, .however, that no 
federal court has ever struck down a 
gun control Law based on Ihc Second 
Amendment. ' 

While the principle remains popular 
that every law-abiding person has the 
. right to own a gun, mo.si legal-experts 


coiirts ha ve yet t o recognize 


"Tay’Ihe'SKOiRf^Aiircifditichns^omc^ 
thing of a dead letter. . 

“The claim that guq^-conlrol laws 
violate tile Second Amc^ment has no 
legal or hisloricai basis," 27 prominent 
law profcs.sors said in a statement pub- 
lished recently in .several newspapers. 
They said the public accepts a false 
view of the amendment because it has 
been misled by the NRA, which has 
suffered its biggest legislative defeats 
in the list year a.s Congress passed Ihc 
Brady, handgun-control bill and Is like- 
ly to approve a ban on_ assault 
-weapons. — 


Former CFicf Justice Warren E. 
Burger has gone so far ns to accuse' 
Ihc NRA of perpetrating a “fraud on 
the American people" by maintain- 
ing that individuals have a right to 
own guns. 

Writing during tlie bicentennial cele- 
bration of the Bill of Rights, Burger 
said the Second Arncndmcnl was 
intended to ensure that states could 
rhaintain their militi.xs, 

"There is no support in Ihc 
Constitution for the argument that fed-, 
cral and state governments arc power- 
less lo regulatc-thc-purchas e -o f s u ch- 


fircarms," Burger wrote. "Surely the 
Second Amendment docs not remotely 
guarantee oVery person the constitu- 
tional right to have a 'Saturday Night 
Special' or a machine gun without any 
regulation whal-soevcr." 

Adopted in 1791 as part of the Bill 
of Rights, the Second Amendment 
says; "A well-regulated Militia, being 
necessary to the .security of a free Slate, 
the right of the people to keep and bear 
Arms, shall not infringed." 

Tlic Supreme Court has taken up the. 
meaning of the amendment only once, 
•irm'iy3y;ca.sc that arostrnvcrthcarrosr' 


of two ArkanSiiS'booricggers- Jack 
Miller and Frank Liyion were slopped 
crossing stale lines and were charged 
with transporting an unregistered 
sawed-off siiolgun. In 1934, Congrcs.s 
had pavsed the National Fire Arms Act 
lo combat Prnhii>iiion-era gangsters, 
and it required registration and a lax to 
he paid on certain guns, 

Luiwycrs for Miller claimed the gun 
law violated Ihc Second Amendment, 
hut the high court rejected that view. 
Its opinion e.\amincd die Colonial his- 
tory liehind the Second Amendm ent 
and ciinchTdcU'lhTit'lhcTriimers ofilic 


Constitution' sought to protect the 
slates’ right lo raise inilituLS. ’ 

The Second AmcndmcnlJmd..'Uhc 
obvious purpose to a.ssurc the aintinu- 
ation and render possible the effective- 
ness' of such (stale) forces." the court 
said. Unless a gun-control law inter- 
feres with "die pfc,servaiion or efficien- 
cy of a well-regulated militia, we can- 
not say that the Second Amendment 
guarantees the right lo keep and bear 
such an inslnimcnl." 

. Since dicn. the courts have routinely 
jejccied claims (hat an individual's 
right to hear a'nns is protected, J 


‘Clinton pflahs summer job program 


WASHINGTON (AP) — Tile Clinton administra- 

» i -pla n 8-lo-croate-murc-<hun-600,(K)0~summcrjobs 
for youth and asked private employers Thursday lo 
hire more than 300,000 other teen-agers and young 
adull.s. 

The government will spend $908 million lo create 
623, 0(X) jobs for poor youth from age 14 lo 21 who live in 
-communities -with-liigh-rates-of-unemploymentr-Tltatis- 
Icss tharTihc Sl 'billion spent two years ago, when the pro- 
gram scrvcd-momhan'TSOrOOOpariidpanK. The co.st per 
parlicipaniis up from SI.282 in 1992 to an expected 
S1.458 this year. 

As.slslant Secretary of Ltibor Doug Ross .said the pro- 
gram cosLs more per person becau.se many participants 
now also receive mathematics and reading instruction 
over the summer. 

"We're now investing in learning, not just pay- 
ing you ... lo show up on your summer job site," 


Ross said during a news conference. 
~-Hc'5aid'40pcrccnroftticpnnicipani.s!ookadvantagc‘i>r 
the cducilional offcrings_la.st year, and the agency hopes 
to niLsc that to half this year. 

Participants in the program earn at least minimum' 
wage. Last year; they worked an average 32 to 36 
hours a week for eight weeks. .Local program opera- 
-tors-dclcrm»ne;tjie-.kinds-of-jobs. in. which. IhcyjuiL' 
placed. 

Labor offidais arc pushing to i^crc.^sc the .number of 
young workers hired for.thc summer hy private employers 
from 3IKI.000 last year io 330.0(K) this year. A .series of 
public service announcemenus being sent to iclcvision'sta- 
. lions across the nation include Labor Secretary Robert 
Reich, Georgetown University basketball coach John 
Tliumpson and others describing their summer jobs and 
telling entrepreneurs. “Someone gave you a chance, give 
'someone theirs.’’ 


Scientists find Mdneyrdisorder^geiie“ 


..NEW .YORK (AP) — Scientists 
have found the gene responsible for 
-most eases of;a polcnlialiy lethal dtsor-u 
dcr that progressively disaiiles the kid- 
ney with hundreds of cysts. 

The illness, polycystic kidney dis- 
-ciwe, iiffecLs an cstinniied SOO.OOO or 
more Americans and is one of the most 
common hereditary disorders. 

- Experls.saidjli^discovery will lielp 
scientists find out jusTlfow'lire genc~ 
cau.scs disease when it is fl.iwed;wtiicl( 
in luni niav evcniuallv lead to treat- 


ments. No cure is known now. 

'Hie gene's discovery should also aid 
in diagnosing thcdiscasc rarl)',' before 
symptoms appear, which can alert doc- 
tors 10 watch for treatable complica- 
tions such as high bkx>d pressure and 
kidney infections, experts said. 
Symptoms, such as pain imonc's back 
or side or the complications of the dis-" 
erase, typically do not appear until a 
person's 3))sorJalci. 

Although the kidnc''y"tnscasc 
comes in a very rare form that kills 


children, the %’ast niajuriiy of ca.scs... 
are diagnosed in adults. Ahool half 
'Of pcoplc'who'gct thCTidDlrTojrn — 
develop potentially deadly kidney 
damage, and require dialysis or a 
kidney transplant. 

The disease makes hundreds of 
fluid-filled cysts grow in the kidney, 
'sitmclimes lo the size oLcggs or_largcr._ 
Tlicy can crowd out normal cells and 
make the kidney fail, llie kidney cm 

ssvcll from Ihe-size of fist lu'jhaloLa 

fuilball or larger. 


Japanese royalty visit U^N., seek seat 


UNITED NATIONS (AP) ■— In a. lion’.s efforts in promolc-pcicc. ; 

meticulously organised minh^.of The emperor, wcaririg'a dark blue 
diplomacy, Japanese royally oji suit, and the empress, in a beige silk 
Thursday visited the United Nations, and brocade kimono, loured the 
where their country a.spircs to a perma- General A.sscmbly Hall and the 
nent -scat on the Security Council. Security Council chamber. Tlic coun- 
Secrclaty-Gcncral Boutros Boulro.s- cil, however, wa.s not in scs.sion when 
Ghallrwliu'fayurs'JaparFfnticmbcrship ilrey vicwcdlhc vaulted hairdccoratco 


— royal-couple—sioppcd-authc- 
Pcacc Bell, presented in 1954 by the 
U.R Association of Japan in the name 
of the Japanc.se people. Tlic bell. 3 feet 
3 inches tall and 2 feet in diameter, was 
cast from coins donated by nntinas and 
individuals and'hoaring the inscriniion 


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on the council, greeted the Emperor with a mural of a phoenix rising from 
Akihiii and Emprc,s.s Michiko at U.N. the ashes of World War II. 
headquarters 'as U.N. arid Japanese U.N. securii'yrulrcady tight lKcau.se" 

Oag-s flcw side by side. TIib U.N, chief of death threats by I.sinmiu extremists 
rarely leaves his 38ili floor office lo against Boutrus-Chali, an Egyptian 

Tlie royal ample also greeted Japanese ' midable for the Japanese visit. Qomb- 
U.N, sta^, and the dhipcror pniised litem snjffing.dogs puirollcd the carpeted 
Tor contributing to Ihc world organize- hallways iKforc they arrived, 

5.0 aftershock jolts Southern California 


in Japanese: "LongXive Absolute 
World Pence.'' 

_Duri_ng t he visil, there was iio.dis-- 
■eussidn on,qrii7.s go.il Of .1 |)ei:mn»eitl - 
membership in the mosl powerful U.N. 
body, the 1.5-menibcr Security 

is widely exacted but expattsioti of the 
council is n delicitu is.suc and there is 
no rwilt lo change the status quo, 


JOSHUA TREE. Calif.' (AP) — 
An nflcrshnck of the powerful 1992 
Landers earthquake jolted Southern 
California today. Minor household 
damage was reported. 

Tile 10:24 a.m, MDT quake was 
felt strongly in the inland desert and 
mountain region cast' of Los 
Angeles, including Joshua Tree, 
-Landers and Yucca volley. 

TIte quake had n preliminary mag- 
nitude of 5.0 and was centered 10 
miles north of Yucca Valley, said 

Quake recorded 
in central Utah 

EMERY. Utah (AP) — The 
University of Utah Sci.smology 
Stations reported a small earthquake in 
Central Utah Tliuriday morning. 

Stations’ network manager Sue Nava 
said the 5:56 a.m. MDT qu:ikc mca.surcd 
3.1 on the Richter scale. Its epicenter 
was in a scismically active region 13 
miles southwest of Emery, some 140 
milc.s southeast of Salt Lake City. Tlic 
shock was not reported felt, she said. 

Emery County Sheriffs dispatcher 
Dave Harrison said the office received 
no calls on the quake. 


Heather Lovasz. spokeswoman for 
the C.nlifornin Institute of 
Technology in PasirJcria.'irwas fol- 
'lowed at 10:47 a.m. MDT hy a 3.0 
aftershock. 

Ttie 5.0 shuck was large enough lo 
he felt in downtown Los Angeles, 
about 70 miles to Ihe .west of the 
epicenter. 

— ^'hcinagnitudc-7;6'Landers'quakc'- 
on June 28. 1992. was followed a 
few hours Inter by a niiigniiude-6.7 
quake near Big Bear in the San 


Bernardino Mountains. Thu two 
quakes killed one person, injured* 
more than 400 and caused nearly 
SlOO million in damage, 'Htcre have 
been more than 40,000 aftershocks., 

In Landers, today’s (|iiakc 
knocked a heater off a wall, crum- 
pled bookshelves and threw bath- 
room drawers open at Carolyn 

Gilham's home. . — 

"It's just nerve-wracking," she 
said. “You think I'd be used to them 
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Burglar shooting doesn’t 
^ warra nt prosecutor’s t i m e 


riie big qucsiion in a imiiKil justice 
— thitr-wccirt-nMcic-from-thc-oncs-Mhoul- 
OJ. Simpson, of course) is whether 
gun dealer h'loyd Hazeii will faee 
charges for plugging a tleeing Inir- 


Here's our advice for prosecutors: 
Sit this one out, 

llazeii o'Mis Blue Lake Sporting 
Cioods and lives in llie same building. 
Early Tuesday morning he surprised 
1 burglar wh o was gejting. set to haul 


away a good share of the invent«>ry. 

— — Scr-Haren-put- a-huHcHff»thc-bttr-- 

•glar’s. thigh 

Tiial bullet poses a legal question 
for Twin l-'alls County Prosecutor G. 
Richard Bevan. A political one. too. 

'i'he legal c)uestion is. did llazen 
liave a right to shoot? Bevan said 
Wednesday he didn't know tlie an- 
swer yet. 

Idalio law say's you can shoot 
somebody in order to "prevent an il- 
legal attempt by force to take or in- 
. jure property." That wording seems 
unclear in llazen's case. 

l-’ortunaiely. the political question 
is simpler to answerr Bevan would be 
.nuts to charge l lazen. The case would 
become a circus for the national me- 
-iiimndih<:"EnTrlabt . 

Besides, look at the fticts. The 
wounded man is an illegtil alien from 


■ Not a bad career move. But burglariz- 
ing a gun sliop while the owner was 
on tile premises was. shall we say. a 
judgment error. . 

Now the criminal-jusliee system is 
saildled with prosecuting this gtiy. 
paying tiis medical bills and. presum- 


Let \s_not_dcl_ay_ his deparujre by 

making him the star witness In a case 
against llazen. 

Granted, criminaj laws arc sup-' 
posed to protect everyone equally - 
rich, poor, citizen, alien even su.s- 
pected burglars. Tolks aren’t sup- 
posed to appoint themselves judge 
and executioner when' they catch a 
perpetrator in tlie act, 

Yeah. yeah. But does anyone want 
to sec l-loyd Hazen punished for thin- 
ning the predator population? 

Heck, lots of folks probably wish 
he h:id aimed higher. 

Unless further in'vestigaium turns 
up some migiity unexpected Taels 


Letters 


should find some more-pres.stng cases 
to work on, 


TheTimes-News 


Thank you for the correction 

llus letter is to thank y«m for clearing up 
(lie-namc of two good people. Gary and 
Connie Storrer. Tliey were both .so far away ' 
from the rumors, it was alniosi funny. 'Die 
truth came out thanks to your reponcr. but 
there arc people that still won't believe. 

I have worked with Gary and Connie on 
llie promotion of the Dme Awarcnc-ss Resis- 
tance Education program arid know the two 
well enough to know that there's no way ci- 
ther one oTthem would have anything to do 
with the promotion of drug use. It is against 
cvctyihing lhcy believe in. both morally and 
reli giously. 

Gary, ifianks t<>r the great a 


current mining law that allowed Barriek 
to undertake the financial risk, conduct 
c.xlcnsive exploration, discover the min- 
erals. develop the project and, ultitnalely. 
take owncr.sliip of the land. 

Without incentives available under this 
law. Barriek wouldn’t have invested in 
such a ri.sky projeet and the m'inerul de- 
posit would have remained undiscovered 


tie or Rhone-I’oulenc; others will not be 
heard. 

As you think about next Novemher's 
election, remember: Your’edngressmen 
may have to ask Geneva in advance - "Is 
this law agreeable with yim?"Tliink of 
gun sales, of food additives, selling logs 
to Japan, of patents and of your rigiu to 
buy medicines and vitamins of your own 


nd-tiiKlcveh«i>edr-Tii\piiyers-would-beno— — choosing.-Only-what-Gcncva.allow^ 


Adwrtistna dlr«-ctor 


The members o( llie cdilorin! board and UTilers of editorials 
are Stephen Hartgen, Clark Walworth, Mark Kind and Steve Crump- 


I you Imv 

been to ii.s personally and in our business. 
Gary has been .sijccc.ssfu1 beeau.se oniis-” 
-dedication. and.liar(J.\voik..NYc-linyex<'uci 
many times on the weekend or alter 5 
o’clock and talked to Gary himself. He has 
worked hard and. hopefully, the rtimors 
in’i hiin his business or personal relation- 
ship.s. 

PATTY WIERSMA 
Buhl 


lit not a dime from the land beeau 
1 .500 mining job.s and more than 4,000 
jobs in supporting activities wouldn't be 
created. The millions of tax dollars from 
lliesejobs. (his increased econoinie ticliv- 
-i(y-;>ml-UarjicL.'4 profits. 


Thinkyof 1994 as the year our Constitu- 
tion was amended in Geneva, 

JANET OCROWLEY 
Picobo 


Letters 


Prepare to do your job Reinke 

To Commissioner itcinke: 

Your appointment as a silling eonunis- 
.siuticr.su thul you can run as :m incutn- 
bent in November is aTriiditional politi- 
cal slum, but it carries its burdens as 
well, 

You arc now a part ol’ihe grtuip that 
runs, Twin Tails Ctnihty ami you liave 
becotiie. as a silting comipissioncr. re- 
sponsible for the tness that.gxists in 
county government particularly the 
landfill. 

Tor Twin I'alls County to lose its 
garbage dump i-t almost beyond belief. 
The county has had years of warning. 

The requirement to truck all of Twin 
Falls' garbage to the Biilil dump some , 
25 miles away is e.xpetisive. and the 
added garbage causes the Buhl landfill 
to bc’oul of ctmipliance with regulations. 

You arc no longer Brent Reinke - you 
are Commissioner Reinke. and every- 
body in Twin Tails County should and 
will insist that you solve the garbage 
landfill problem by November. You 
itave inlieriled liic probletn from your 
Rcpublie'atf friends, and you are respon- 
sible fur its solution. Being appointed 
commissioner is a cute political trick - - 
now fi.\ the landfill. .Another political 
eliclte is applicable: Republicans always 
want to run government as a business-- 
'some business. 

J’.S. Wbat are you going to do about 
“Hic iio'n fusion uf iireT-iiiiiily 'clcrk's-oflTce' 
concerning tlie niinored disappearance 
of money- I'rom-thai office? 

LLOYD J. WALKER 

Twin Falls 


follows the "so-called" rule of the book 
in case of emergencies, (iood judgment 
and gtiod common .sense go a long way. 
NORMA BEDKE 
Oakley . . 


Past forest ofUcials were ‘bigger’ 

.1 cannot believe the "idiosity" of our 
Forest Service officials. 

' No one followed liirough for this Cali- 
fornia couple. I am sure that the offi- 
cials. knowing llie territory, could have 

gotten in touch wiili someone, some- 

—vvijcre — rept>r;-il-«>-ih«^raneiiprs.- 


Having lived on liie Goosecreck 
Ranches since 1942. we have helped • 
many stranded people -- even govern- 
ment officials and lost dogs, We have ■ , 
lookcif for vehicles for hours with'peo-^' 
pic who came Jo ij'v rancii and were not 

sure oftheir location, 

1 ? gMve them meals liml often fotiiul 


dry clothing and beds when necessary 
and transported them into town. 

. Our'jobs aren't that iinportanl! , 

, We have parsed the same compassion 
for people on toTfur young fifnehefs; dnc~ 
being my grandson. Will Bedke, wlio 
cared for tliese people, brougiu them into 
Oakley and made arrangements with a 
mechanic tt> repair their car. 

I must say that the older officials ol 
the past were much "bigger" men liian 
some of the more recent ones. No one _ 


Sickness is on both sjdes of issues 

ITed (not his real n'atnc) showed up at 
chureii last summer with his parents. He 
lived here aiul his parents were visiting 
from out of state, 

As I got to kjiow him. I found out ilial 
he was a liomosexual who was dying 
wilii AlD.S. Over the next few months. I 
welcomed him to our church services 
and visited liim in his home ami in the- 
liospital. 

More than once. 1 held his iiand and 
prayed for him and shared words of 
God's love ami forgiveness from the 
Bible. I talked wiili in's doctor and to- 
gether we sliarcd oiir grief and pain that 
this fine young man xvas terminally ill. 

Then late last fall, his mother came to 
take him home - home to be with his 
family, home to die in familiar surround- 
ings. 

Karolyn ami I took part oflhe day and 
. helped llicm pack their small.car, prayed 
with them, hugged them and took the 
few items that would not fit in their car 
and shipped tliose to tliem. 

1 1 is father called later. He was getting 

very weak ami he did not have long to 

“livc.'Afterhc hnng up.-l finished watch--- 
ing a movie with an emotional ending. 
And tile tears- fiowed - hut many of them 
were foV Fred and ins family. 

Ami I renewed my cmimiiunent to 
- continue to stand against homosc.Mialiiy 
and tile destruction it wreaks in people’s 
lives and in society, And 1 renewed my 
commimiem to continue to minister to 
liomosc.xuals whenever 1 can. 

On May 1. T'/ic '/'//iie.s-Nfw.s' report of 
Ailen Sciiindler's brutal murder left me 
sickened beyond words. Aud.su.did the 
report-of how-liomoseKuiil-^irsonislA-aU — 
tcthpled to murder a pastor and his fami- 
ly by firebombing their home while they 
slept because the pastor spoke out 
•against homosexuality. . 

Sickness ofmind and action exists on 
bolli sides of this issue. Bin we must not 
-let oimnion-and e.xtrcmcs sway us re- 
■%ttfding-wha(-i*i-trutli4md.u'hal.i.s.iinl 

file same Bible that condemns tin 


pour into federal and stale coffers. 

Babbitt and bis anti-mining cohorts 
, would have us believe there is SIO billion 
■"••wonh of gold bars sitting there just wait- 
ing to he collected. Wrong. The claims 
only provide Barriek the raw land that 
cumains gold ore. For the gold ore to be 
worth anything at all. it must be mined 
and processed into a product. Barriek will 
have to .spend billions more to properly 
develop this site. 

Babbitt's nielodraniiitiu denouncement 
may make for good tlietiter, but it ad- 
vances lousy public policy. By trying to 
lasso tbc industry and throw tliou.sands of 
people out of work. Babbitt would cripple 
a major .source of economic activity in 
the West. The real "licisl’' here is Bab- 
bitt's attempt to take higli-wagc jobs 
away from Americans wiio need tji^ciin 
JACK LYMAN '• 

ExccuHvc Director 
Idaho Mining Associadon 
Boise 


-Rair-changc-hur-ts^FOwer-s- 


ICA shows true fiend colors* ' 

The headline should have read. "ICA 
shows inic colors;" 1 tiding behind ihe.BibIc 
and JcMus. ilicsc wolves in sheep’s clothing 
have finally shown themselves for the lleiids 
they arc. The piclnrc of the Idaho Citizens 
Alliance sign at Boise's Gay and Lc.shian 
Parade.spcaks volume s ahout the inie a gcti- 
da of the ICA. 

■■ riie Only Good Ot'ver is a Dead Oucer"; 

"The Nazis killcti 6 million Jews - How 
many queers can wc kill?": "Ru.sh Lim- 
baiigh is God"’ or "IC A or Death" - Dtics 
this sound like anything our Lord Je.siis 

wouldcndorseVIIitlcr. yes- Jesus, no. .. . -f, . „.,i r. 

The mic intent of Kelly Walton’s ICA is -. ‘‘ m - 1 ?? 

to spew hatred and violence. I>le.isc don’t he validated a '*{'v.pass«U t y he U.S 
taken in by their talk of hating the sin, not • m restr.imt of trade. 


Geneva; Amending U.S. Jaws 


the sinner. 11mt is a lie told to suck people 
into their lair. Don’t sign their petition: 
don’t give them any money, l-ovc your 
neighbor. 

CAROLYN HONDO 
Burley 


cmg ui 

Thclaw was the ban on importing tun: 
into the United Stales tiuit was caught b^ 
dolphin-killing purse seine nets. Dblpliin 


, I 


Babbitt has done it again 

Interior Secretary Bnicc Babbitt is 
again bashing the rcsource-bascd itidus- 
irie.s that fonn the foundation of many 
Western states* ecunoinics. This lime, his 
target is Iiardrock miners, whom he irra. 
tionally likens lo the outlaws of old - ex- 
cept .that. Babbitt admits they haven’t bro- 
ken any laws. In conjuring up compar- 
isons to the Old We.st. Babbitt has de- 
clared the milling industry guilty of. well 
... obeying the law. 

Still steamed by a federal court order to 
award Uie jnj«iiifi.paient.<; to Ameri can B ar- 
rick Resources, Babbitt used the opportunity 
lo grandstand at a carefully orclic.stra(cd 
patent-signing ceremony. Babbitt accused 
the mining industry of stetiliiig Ui.xpayer 
wealth - but then admitted the industry Wti.s 
merely fallowing the law. 

There arc important details that Mr. 
Babbitt didn't mention. Uamck took a 
very large risk when it laid out S62 mil- 
lion in I9H7 to purchase the right.s to this 
property. Through careful exploration, 
technological innovation and a billion- ' 
dollar investment, Barriek discovered a 


swim above the schools of tuna and 
caught and drowned when the nets are 
drawn up tight. 

Under the General Agrceinenl on T.ir- 
ifls and Trade, the Tribunal in Geneva 
composed of men we have never heard of 
in our lives may rule that any of our envi- 
ronmental, health and safely laws are 
contrary to the trade "agreement." Tlie 
United States is bound in sucii a case to 
revoke that law. In case you, gentle read- 
er, care not a speck ahout the iiileiligent 
cetaceans such us Flipper, be [iwnre.tlliit.... 
our food-labeling laws are ne.xl on the 
list. . 

Also being eyed for Tribunal revoca- 
tion arc the fuel-efficieney laws. Some 
. old geezers hired by whom and serving at _ care! 
whose pleasure can sit-in Geneva and nul »-If 


Surprised itl how early I received my 
Twin Falls County I’remium Book this " 
year, 1 opened it to find that all Culturiil 
Exhibits entries have to be mailed before 
Aug. 20 to be entered inui the computer. 
I’m sure many people arc not aware of 
this new entry rcquireincnt. Generally, I 
agree with the new policy, I would rather 
lag my multiple entries ul home instead 
of wailing around in line lo do so at the 
fairgrounds. 

There is. however, an aspeci that may 

have skipped the iitlention of the fair 

board. Granted, this is a wonderful idea 
for Antiques. Home Arts, etc.; exhibitors 
know well in tidvance what they will be 
entering. However, to be sure that 1 liave 
entered those Bowers tliiU will be in show 
shape on Aug. 30, a full 10 days allur the 

entry deadline. I have to list pnictieally 

eve/ytliing 1 grow in every color iind 
iype! It seems this would defeat the pur- 
pose ofcompiRer efficiency. Ifl'm very 
lucky. 20 percent- of my entries would ac- 
tually be used, Multiply this waste of 
lime and energy by the ttuitiy growers 
who wish to enter, and I believe you 
coultTget an idea of why tlie I'air board 
may need to make an exception with area , 
growers. 

DIANE WORMSBAKER 

TwiiTFulIs 


We, agree with Ms. Galvin 

We were interested in Ms. Galvin's 
concerns. We have our troubles and dis- 
agreements. too. Where we live, things 
arc different. Tiiis is about our school, 
Morningside Elementary. Our school was 
selected as a Blue Ribbons School by the 
U.S, Department of Education this year. 
Wc arc taught to respect other people. If 
wc don't, wc have consequences. 

• We must bring our own supplies or 
wo miss out on doing projects. Maybe we 
can borrow, but we must replace. 

■ • OurJcachers want us lo support and 
help each oilier, and they help us during 
recess, lunefi time and atter sciiool. They 


lify your laws passed by the congressmen 
wc elected. 

In case you want to fight it or Congress 
wants lo assert its constitutional mandate 
to regulate commerce,- you and Congress 
are whi.stling in tiie wind. GATT, the 
Uruguay vcrsion,.is soon lo be voted on 
in Congress. It is a one-way transfer of 
the power or.sell'-governmem. There is no 
mechanism in the agreement for protest, 
appeal, hearing by any states or individu- 
als. Only businesses have that prerogative 


e donU. master a eonccpi,-\ve-wilI_^ 


i»gnifieHnHnineral-dop€>sM!-It-waK-tl«o ~ • — i nl cmaltotial businesseS-lheJiiziLflLNeai 


go to a .spccinl class or to another cla: 
room in the same grade for extra help. 

• Our moms and dads can't "(lx i,l" for 
us, but they can help us. We have to 
know what we’re doing. Our teachers, 
volunteers and aides are here to help us . 
succeed and feel good about ourselves. 
HEATHER SHEPHERD 
B.J. SHELTON 
JAMES SMART 
DESIREE BENKULA 
Mra. Bulchcr’s Fiflh Grade 
Twin Fnllfl 


Doonesbury 


BY GARRY TRUDEAU 


murder of Allen Schindler also con- 
demns homosexuality in tlicisirongest of 
icnns. - 

The same Bible iliat tdi.s us to love 
our neighbor as ourselves also'tclls us- to 
r6bukc those who sin. Supporting the ho- 
liness of Go.d is pcrfeetly consistent with 
supporting the love of God. 

THE REV. TIM BAKER 

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SEOUL, Solilli Korea (AP^ — Former atomic arms la violaliuii ol ils oliligalloil'; uni 
Prc.sidcnl Jimmy Carter .said "niursday that North . the Nudlear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Tlie North 
Korca'.s leaders arc eager to resume tallcs with the -/Koreans insist their nuclear research is peaceful. 
United Stales on resolving suspicions about their ' Tensions have risen as the United Suites, sup-* 
nuclear prog'ram and improving relations. ported by South Korea and Japan, pushes |for 

At the end of the second day of his unofficial U.N. sanctions to pressure North Korea, and” 
visit in the North, Carter said North Korean Kim’s government v/ains that would be an act of 
President Kim II Sung had agreed not to expel war. More than 2 million soldiers are on. alert on. 
U.N. inspectors during "good faith efforts" by both sides of the border between the two Koreas. 
both sides to settle tlic nuclctir dispute. . But Caher's trip north appeared to calm war jit- 

Thcr.c was no immediate comment from the ters in South Korea, where people seemed to , 
Clinton administration. 'regain their ctiuilibriiim after two days of rushing 

Kim's promise did. not address the refusal of to buy up ctinned food and g;is masks. 
North Korca to allow the U.N. experts to conduct Supermarkets repo rted lines were only half as_ 
'unrc.stricmdinspmloii.'trlim C.TrTcr.said h'e was* long as oiTWednesday, and stock prices. cebound- 
cncouragcd by the Communist leader’s attitude. ed after a two-day fiill. 

I look o n this commitment of President Kim II ' Carter , who met with Kim for three hours at a 

ThcTiUIskln.TnfPyongj-nng.- 


Carler .said that in addition io allowing ihe'U.N. . 
inspectors to remain, Kim pledged to maintain 
•disputed material' at the North’s nuclear reactor 
and guarantee U.N. surs'eillancc eejuipmeni would 
be kept in’operation. 

"When I arrived lien*, the. North Koreans told 
me llial they were going to expel the inspectors 
witliin two days, but they have reversed that po'int 
so long as good faith efforts arc iieing made joint- 
ly between the United Stales and N'jrih Korea to 
resolve the entire' nuclear problem," he said. 

David Kyd. a spokesman for the Iniernaliimal 
At om i c Eneruv A uenev. the U. N. wal cluimr 


agency in Vienna. Austria, said the IAEA was not, 
iiwarc North Korea had asked the two nuclear 
inspectors to leave the main nuclear site. - 
'•Bul->f-Mr, ('airlcf-headed-lhuLoff . wc.^vdc-ome 
this, and it leaves the door open to .dipinmaltc 
avenues," he said. 

There was no indication of movement on the 
ain sticking point — the rcl'usnl.of-Nor<l>-Korea 


Sung a.s being a very important and positive step presiaeniial pall 

toward, the rc.solution of this crisis,” Carter .said in said he had briefed the Wiiitc House on tlie dis- 
a telephone interview with Cable News Network, cussions, Another meeting was scheduled for 
Kim’s hard-line regime has blocked full inspec- Friday, 
tions of .its nuclear progr.am fo r 15 m onths . N ofib Kor.-.i\ official news agciicy.-inunitored 
increxsing fears in the. region that it js build im; in Tokyo,- descri^ied Carter’s lalks with Kim as to let inspectors examine fuel rods removed ftom 

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North Korean President Kim II Sung, right, shakes hands with 
former president Jimmy Carter Thursday. This Image Is from 
the NHK-Tv broadcast. 

U.S. broke faith in drafting 
sanctions Russian says 


MOSCOW (AP) — Russia'.s for- 
eign minister angrily accu.scd the 
United States Thursday of violating im 
agreement to consult with Mo.seuw 
before proposjng sanctions against 
North Korea.. 

''We arc not going to .support the 
sanctions being proposed without hav- 
ing consulted us." Andrei Kozyrev 
said in comment.s curried by the 
Interfax and lTAlt-T!i.ss news agen- 
cies. 

The White House disputed 
Kozyrev's claim, srwing the Clinton 
adminfstralion hud diwus.sed .snnciiaas 
with President Yclt.sin’s government 
and continued to do so, 


"Tlicse contacts l)ctwecn the United 
Stalc.s government and the Ru.ssian 
government on this issue have been 
well documented." White House Prc.ss 
Secretary Dec Dee Myers said in 
W . ^shingion. 

In an effort to pressure North 
Korea to allow full U.N. in.spections 
of its nuclear. facilities, Washington 
proposed Wednesday that, the 
Security Council ban North Korean 
arms sales. 

Kozyrev .salil'Sccrctary orSiate 
Warren Christopher had agreed in a 
telephone conversation that the Clinton 
adminisiratio.ci would not, act, .on ,iis_ 
own in proposing stmetions, 


China stands with agreement 


BEIJING (AP) -^'China said 
Thursday it .stands hy a threc-dccadc- 
uld agreement with North Korea that 
commits the Communi.st neighbors to 
— dcfcnd’cachother a^insi attack. 

'"■"A Chinese Foreign Ministry 
spokesman, Shen Guofang, said China 
and North Korea were "as close really 
n.s lips and teeth." 

At a weekly briefing, Shen voiced 
ChinaLs opposition to the U.N. 
S ecurity Council involving iisclf in the 
• dispute over NofthTCorea’s refiisiirio“ 
allow full inspections of il.s nuclear 
facilities, de.spite treaty obligations. 

Russian writer 
disappointed 

MOSCOW (AP) — Alexander 
Solzhenitsyn, who is slowly travers- 
~iit'g"1iTfrhomcIan‘U' tfy"lruJrraftcr"20 
years in exile, cxprc-sscd disappoint- 
ment Thursday that most Russian.s 
haven’t read his books. 

“I thought that 1 wxs returning to a 
Russia which had read me, and it has 
turned out that Ru.ssia has not read 
me,” he said at the end of a five-day 
stay in the Siberian city of Irkutsk, 
the ITAR-Tass news agency report- 
ed. 

.The Nobel laureate blamed it on 
the fact that he was the last of the 
wri^rs exiled by th e So viet Union to 
be published in the country. 

His novel "One Day in the Life of 
Ivan Denisovich" was published in 
•1962, but it wasn't until the late 
1980s that "The Gulag Archipelago" 
and virtually all his-othcr-works 
-were- allowed to be published -by- 
Sovici autlioritic.s. 

In an opinion poll released 
Wednesday, 44 percent of tho.se 
responding said they had never read 
any of Solzhenitsyn’s books and 11 
percent said they had but couldn't 
rerhember exactly what. Another 11 
percent didn’t know who he was. 

Demonstrators want 
feminist author dead 

— DHA'KA7"BnTTglndcslr-(AF) 

About 2,000 Muslim fundamentalists 
marched through Dhaka on Thursd.iy 
demanding the execution of an author 
who hxs called for changes in Islamic 
laws to givc'wo men cd ual rights. 

It was tlic latest threat against 
Taslima NastccD. who.wcnt into hiding 
last week when a court ordered her 

the rcli^ou.s feelings of Mu-slims.” 

Activists of the Islamic Coastitution 
Movcmcnl chiinlcd "Death to TtLsIima Jn 
Nisreen!” as tRcy paraded through the 
' streets. 

The demonstrators also met with 
Interior Minister Abdul Matin 
Clioiidhury and demanded that Ms. 
Nasreen be sentenced to death. . 


Bui Shen refused to .say whether 
China would use its veto us a perma- 
nent member of the council lo block 
.sanctions propo.sed by the United 
* Stales to pressure Nortli Korea, 

Slicn stiid he could not remember the 
details of the 1961 mutual assistance 
agreement with North Korea, hut he 
confirmed that “the agreement remains 
in force." 

Kim Ok-joon, spokesman fur the 
South Korean Emha.s.sy, said the agree- 
“menrcommlttcdChina'and-Nonh-' 
Korea to supplying immediate military 
in the event of att.uk on the other. 




A-0. Tiinos-Nows, Twin Ffillr,, lantio Friday, Juno 17.' 1394 




'VA'nCAN CiTA' (Al’) — I’opc Ji.iliti is tlie spons<»r of the conference. 

I’aul II is wagiiij; one of lire bij^jcsl hat- At the heart of the pope’s w/nry is- 
lies of Ills l()-year papacy over a popn- that the Iiitenuitionai. Confcrcficc on 
[alion .summit, tearing il will s])iir abor- Population and Development, — sched- 
lioii and birtif conlrol and Ilitealen tile iiled for Cairo. nnypt.'Se|U.'.‘5-LT' — 
tradilional Uoman Catholic family. will lead more women to turn to lep.al-' 

'Hie pope has inarslialed his card!- i/ed alK»rlk!ii._iprcaiLthc.u^*of coilUa*.. 
MTiliU’eliind him, lobbied world lead-, ceptivus and sanction Tihernalivc. 
ers and raised bis voice in public, lifestyles. 

espressing ilismay that the .United John I’aiil is a resolute opponent of 
Nations, an <ir}!ani/;ilioir the Vatican alxiition — he has referred to alnirtion 
.has often looked to on soe'ial issues, as a holocaust — .as well as artificial 


Inrth control and li:is shown increrLsing 
unease over lifestyles oiiLside the liatli- • 
lional family, assailing proposals to 
allow hirnioscxuals to marry and :idopt 
clilldtei). 

The pope’s campaign has been 
.buildingJurjiiuiUlis. putting u_ 

cuIlLston course with the Wliiie House 
and with libend Roman Catholic and 
feminist gmu])S. 

Al the Itisl population conference, in 
in Mexico City, Vatican i>f(lcials 


worked with the Reiigiin iidministralioti 
in reaching a consensus that abortion in 
no way be promoted. 

So when the draft diHruinent for tlie 
Ciiirn conference failed 'to rule out 
alHirlinn, the Vatican look the unusual 

pii'pu upbraiding tlie secrel'a'r)’-gciierai 
of the confcreticci Nafia .Siidik, ' ■ • ' 
Hut the Clinton adniinii^lratioti is 
committed to reversing that policy. 
Clinton came away from talks with the 


pope at the Vatican on June 2 admit- 
ting "gemiine disagreemenis" existed 
ihal pmbahly can’t lie bridged. 

Clinton said he's against abortion as 
a means of birlli tonlrol Inil lhaf 
; women slmuld be allowed access to 

_bafejiborlions. 

The Vatican is not slatuling still, 
ciiuiiliiig on support from Roman 
Catholic countries in Latin America 
and perhaps others in the Isl.imic 
world. 





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the vallev 

Fullmer named district 


r-anger-at Fairfield ^ 

FAIlirU-LD - Tlic t!;iys of the uclihft 
forest raiiycr arc over -.aiui-Gary 
-1‘ulliner ius-been iumed-pcrmancni-Fairr 
field Dislrici Ranger for ihe Sawtooth 
National Forest. 

J^lliii_er is c urrently the Chino Valley 

District Ranger tor I'rescott National 
Foresv in Arizona, according to Sawtooth 
National Forest Supervisor Jack Bills, 
who appointed Fullmer to llie new posi- 
tion. - — 

lie succeeds Acting Ranger Terry 
:.Giark,.\Vho succeeded Acting Ranger- 
Roy, London, who succeeded Di.strict 
Ranger John Madden, who retired nearly 

i'orest Service last month. 

Fullmer is no stranger to Idaho, having 
worked on llie Middle Fork Ranger Dis- 
trict of tile Cliallis National Forest from 
19S5 to 1991). when he moved to Ari- 
zona. He has been employed by the For- 
est Service for 22 years, and spent four 
years with the Bureau of Lund Manage- 
ment in the Burley District. 

l ie is expected to start his new job on 
July 2-1. 


Temperatures slip to record 
numbers in Elko, Nevada 

I:LKO - People around Blko who fig- 
tired it was .sale to plant their garden.s 
earlier this tnontli may liavc gotten it 
rude awakening, 

Tiii;.ii!inpi!futiir e_di pped helo w fre e/- 

ing early Tlnirsday, all the way down to 
2S. And that's a record for the date, sur- 
pa.ssjng the previous June 16 low, of 31, 
■set back Jn 1*>45. 

lily also slipped below freezing witli n 
. lowol'29. 

Most otlicr reporting stations in Neva- 
da stayed above 40, altliougii Spanish 
Springs, north of Reno, dropped to freez- 
ing. 'i'ruckee, Calif., a traditional cold 
.s])ot in national reports, fell all the way 
to 15. 

Paint Magic 1994 starts in 
Twin, surrounding areas 

TWIN FALLS - Piiim Masic 1994 is 
under way. Jhe Ninth Annual Paint 
Magic I'estival is looking for homes in 
Twin Falls and the siirrumuling are.ns to 
complete this year's project. 

Paint Magie 1994 will paint the exteri- 
ors of 25 senior citizens. People who 
could benetlt from the project or know 
■■■sruncone who maybeneftt -are cncmir— | 
aged to pick up an application at 7'/ie 
TiiiwS’Ntiws office or tiie Twin Falls 
Chamber of Commerce. Infomiation is 
.also available by calling 'Idaho Power ut 
736-2122 or 736-3292. 

Applications must he turned in by July 

8, 

Salmon River Days features 
parade, auction, concert 

“ — S'A't:MQN~~Salfflon~Rivcr~Day5- . arc- 
planned for June 30 through July 4 in 
Salmon. 

The event features a panide. manithon. 
demolition derby, auction. Western Play- 
days I lorse Sliow, craft booUis, riyer boaL 
parade and boat races. Muzzie Braun 
concert and fireworks displays. 

For more information, call the Salmon 
Valley Chamber of Commerce at 756- 
2100. 

CSI plans to change telephone 
extensions beginning June 30 

TWIN FALLS - The College of 
Southern Idaho is changing its telephone 
extension system. 

A four-digit numbering system will be 
in effect beginning at 4;30 p.in. June 30. 
Callers' shbuld udd';r**2” to thd'CXTcnsiDn- 
they arc calling. For e.xample, if the de- 
sired extension is currently 100, the new 
number to be dialed will be 2 1 00. 

If any problems arise, calls will be 
routed through tlie college switchboard. 

Child support offices want 
fathers to make payments 

:BOjSE - Child support offices of the 
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare 
are encouraging fathers to make their 
child support payments in lionor of Fa- 
ther'.s Day. 

Idaho rank s first in the niition in the 


amount of child support collected to dc- 
fray welfare expenses in the Aid to Fam- 
ilies with Dependent Children program. 

‘Iiri993; 67 percent of the court orders 
for payment of child support to Idaho 
diildrcn were actually collected. ■ 

CompUed from staff nnd wire reportt 


Union ranks Peavey, Noh as equals 


The Associated Press majority, on average, voted with teachers 

and The Timcs-Ncws ' less' than half llie lime. 

The assoeiaiion, representing public 
As far as the state’s leading teachers’ school icacliers lliroughout ilie state, uses 
union is concerned. Sen. Laird Noli of. the voting record on 11 specific issues in 
Kimberly and Sen. John I’eavey of Carey deciding whieli eandidate.s it endorse! 


—1993 and-! 994 legislative scsskins.— - aid- to public seluiols, public-ciiipRiycc-icc. 

Pe:}vey, amongjhe union’s lowest- tircmenl improvements and repealing the 
.ranked Demoerais in the Senate.-voted wiili properly .tax for schools so tlie-statc would 
the Idaho Education Association 86 percent he totally responsible for education llnanc- 

of the time.' Noh.” among life' liiudh's'hlgh'- ”ing.' ' 

esi-ranked Republicans, voted witli tlie lEA In ilie Senate, tiie dozen Democrats with' 
88 percent of the lime. - j,ust enough votes to suslaip a gubemaiorial 

Tile lEA’s biennial cv.iluarion~of"VTiring — i-cro‘sidcd-wiih-iheiEATnomhun'y5'pcr=' 
reeord.s shows that tlie close relationship cent of tiie lime on tlie 1 1 issues reviewed 
between the Legislature’s Democratic mi- by the teaeliers' lobby wliile tiie 23 Repuh- 
noriiy and the union remained intact during- licans agreed with the teachers about 44 
the 52nd Legislature. . ’ percent of tlie tinle. 

'Democrats consistently supported the The 20 House Democrats stood by the 
ti-.-u-hiTV 'gm ii p's p osilions d u pi nt: the 1 993 teacher s just over Kfi pereeiil of the lime while 


Democrats have traditionally champi- feet reeprds', and the lowest Dcimieratie 
oned tlie lEA’s push for increasing .Male aid record was 68 percent for Ken Robison of 
. allocations to public education, and llie par- Boise. •- 

ty has been rewarded with .substantial easli Gayle Wilde ol' McCall was the lone Re- 
baeking at election time - easli that played publican in the Siatehousc to receive a per- 
a critical role in the sweeping, victories feel rating wliile five had repords of less 

-D e ii iUL ' iii t s ]ius i L ' d i l l 1 ‘Wf: ^ — M h nrrt U 'pcrrcnr-Hnnxr-Rcnnujrcx-nnd-Con— 

-- The !EA vote -asse.ssment-ldund-scven-uf-Jicrvation-Cluinuan-JoAn-WoQd-ol'JUgby_ 
ihe dozen Senate Democrats voting with was, tlie only lawmaker to receive a zero 
tile teachers 100 percent of the time during r.nting. Conservative freshman Lenore Bar- 
tiic past two years, rfhc lowe.sl percentage reli of Challis recorded a 4 percent record 
'was“R6“pe>emil~reeoTde'd'by‘Fc''a\ey’irtfd~wHiIe'relId\~ Lonservalive' rrcshliiairSylvia 
Tim Tueker^f I’orthill. McKcelh liad a record of 42 percent. 

In contrast, the highest score for a Senate House Education Chainmin Ron Black of 
••Rcpublican~was”S8 percent recorded by Twin Fails. whD'hns~b e en~ c riticrred'foi — 
Noh, Gary Schroeder of Moscow and John abandoning the lEA in recent years, stood 
1 lansen of Idaho Falls, the chairman ol' the at 55 percent. 

Education Committee, Republican leaders were in the mid- 

Six Republicans had scores below 29 range. House Speaker Micliael Sinip.son of 
pcisurni. the lowest at 3 percent for Finance Blackfooi was at 53 percent while Senate 
Vice Chiiinmin Mark Ricks of Rexlnirg, President Fto Tern Jerry Twiggs of Black- 


aiid 1994 sessions while the Ri^tiblican the 5,0 Repuhlieuns averaged utider 47 percent. in tlie House, eiglii Democrats Had p~er- loot was aF4? pereenT, 



ANor AKLrunrw -Til 


The walls are going up on tho now 80,000-square-foot dry storage facility at Green Giant's Buhl plant. 

Green Giant storage building on schedule 


By Virginia Garber 
I'lines-News writer 

BUHL - Green Giant's consiruetioii ofa_ 
'new storage facility is right on scli'i^ule. Iii 
fact, Di.stributioii Manager Liz Mandelkow 
expects the 80.000-siiuare-fool building to 
be completed even before the company’s 
Aug. I goal. 

Thc.ncw,-S2,2 million facility is expected 
change the way the Buhl plant operates. 


"Friur to. having .space on site, llie prod- 
uct canned here had to be labeled ahead of 
orders and pushed ahead to distribution 
cemers, where orders ^uld draw it out." 
'Man'delkdwsniiL' 

With added storage at the plant. Green 
Giant will only ship products directly to 
customers, she said, 

“It’s more cost elTeciive." she said, “we 
won’t have to force, extra product up- 
stream." 


Doug Tliorson, agriculture and quality Built on the west .side of the Green Giant 
assurtince manager, said the new svare- property, the warehouse will change the 
iiouse "is really to replace other storage that inlilc pattern around the plant, 
we had around off site, not to increase total "Now. instead of people corning off - 
"siiifage." i — clear Lakes Road on 'tlic ,wcs( side. tlTCyT" 

Mandelkow .said contractors will seal the will enter ofT Elm Street on ihe'nortli side.’’ 
roof of the new heated "dry warehouse" Mandelkow said. 

next week. And the single “roofing mem- The general contractor. Karl Bohn ITop- 
brane" to cover the building incorporates erties of Savage, Minn., will own the build- 
“fairly new roofing technology" and gives ing. Green Giant will have a !()-year re- 
ihe roof longer life, she said. Please see GREEN/B2 


Jerome principal to run Wood River Center takes 


Robert Stuart school more facility reductions 


Obituaries 

Mini-Cassia 

Idaho- 


82 

83 

..84 


By Sean L. McCarthy 
Time.s-News writer 

TWIN FALLS - The principal of Jerome 
Middle-School- has becn-hircd-by-ihe-Twinr 
Falls School District to be the principal nt 
Robert Stuart Junior High School. 

Craig Ainsworth will replace Dale 
Tliomsbcrry, who has taken an administra- 
tive job in the district office. 

Ainsworth will start Aug, 4. tiic district 
announced Thursday. 

After 20 years with the Jerome School 
District, Ainsworth said he was getting 
"kind of lonely ut the top" of the middle 
school hierarchy. Transferring to Twin 
Falls, which has two junior high schools, 
provides an atmosphere more “like a sup- 
port group," he said Thursday. 

Water^gi 

By William Brock 

Timcs-Ncws writer ' 

BOISE - Tlic cost of fding an Idalio -water 
right application is going up. 

Effective July I. the Idaho Department of 
Water Rc.sources will raise existing fees and 
establish new rates for services that h.Tvc long 
been free. 

Tiie increases were granted by the 1994 Ida- 
ho Legislature to lielp pay for rising paper- 
work costs, according .to a-news release from 
Water Resources. It is tlie dep.mment’s first 


'They've been good 
to me (in Jerome)," he 
said. “I was just ready 
for a cliange - and they 



Ainsworth 


Ainssvonh had been 
principal of Jerome 
Middle School for sev- 
en years and was a 
counselor at the school 
before that. He earned 
a bachelor's and a mas- 
ter's' degree from the 
University of Idaho, and he received- his 
school training and certification from Al- 
beoson College in Caldwell. 

He beat out 15 .ipplicants for the princi- 
pal’s job at Robert Stuart. Tlie job pays 
Please see AINSWORTH/B2 


genenil rate increase in Id'yCiirs and llie first 
new fees since 1 986, the release said. • 

The new fees forscrs-iccs dial arc cumauiy 
free include: , 

• S25 for assignment of a water right per- 
mit. / 

• 520 for a stream channel alteration permit. 

• 525 for filing a protest or a request to in- 
ters’ene in a prote,stcd matter. 

• SIO fora recrc.itiona!-drcdging pemiil. 

In addition to br.md-ncw fees. Water Rc- 
.sources is hiking iLs fges for many oilier ,scr-. 


By Barbara Neiwert 

Times-News correspondent 

SUN VALLEY - Another reduciioti in 
-the- work-forcc-a t -\, V ood-River-,Med)cal- 
Cenlcr will save the facility more. than 

5125.000 u year. • — 

One-administrative position has been 

eliminated, two other positions have been 
combined into one position and a full-time 
position lias been halved. 

These job losses have been instituted as a 
means to rccijup losses uflcr the liospital 
board declined Ia.st month to eliminate die 
position of chief administrator held by A! 
Stevenson. 

Stevenson receives an annual salary 

5124.000 a year plus benefits. 

Medical Center spokeswoman Cindy 


For instance, requests for more time to 
prove beneficial use, of u water right will 
rise From SIO to 550 under the new fee 
schedule, ' 

Applications to use lc.ss than one-fifth of a 
cubic foot of waler-pcr second or - store less 
than 20 acre feet - will cost 550. instead of 
530, One cfs equals 449 gallons of water per 
minute, while an acre foot is enough water to 
I cover one acre.- 1 - foot deep— about.325.850 
■giillons, - • 

- - Applications to use amounts ranging from 
one-lifth of a efs to 21) cfs - or store quaniitics 


Carrington said hyr community relations 
position will be combined by July 15. with 
the director of volunteer services posiuon. 
This move would create an annual sav- 

-iitg3-or'S27;S0Q. - - * 

In addition, the associate administrator 
for support services has been eliminateil for 
an annual savings of 583.720. 

And a full-time position in the Human 
Resources department will be scaled back 
to a half-time position for a savings of 
514,419. .- 

After board members refused to accept 
Stevenson’s .suggestion to eliminate his ad- 
ministrativc position, they directed him to 
take other measures to cut expenses. 

At that time medical center board chair- 
man Michael White said Stevenson’s rcc- 
Please see CUTS/B2 


greater than 20 acre feel - will increase by 555. 

Further, applications to change the tcmis 
of a . water right - such as.point. of diver- 
sion. place of use, nature of use - will be 
charged a fiat fee ofSlOO, The fee lias long 
been calculated by the amount of water in- 
volved. 

Water right applications can require con- 
siderable lime and expense to process. As- 
,5.oc,iafcd costs include legal advertising, 
publication of public, notices, records re- 
search and public hearings for protested 
water right applicalion.s. 


3-2 T!mo3-Nowg, Twin Fnlln, Idaho Friday, Juno 1 7. 199J 

TH 



' The Associated Press 

Incumbent DemiKT.nic stale Amlilor-.J.D. 
Williams and Republican. diallen;;er Ralph 
•-Gincs-are drawing a distinct line between- 
“ themselves over the proposed umi-gay-riglils' 
initiative. 

Williams, who is seeking ;i second four- 
year term after being tippointed auditor in 
1989. has sided with most political and civic 
leaders in opposing the initiative of the Bur- 
ley-based Idaho Citizens Alliance. 


But (lines, a former slate legislator who 
won a three-wav May primaiy race, says he 
will vole fur the inititilive if it makes the bal- 
lot. ; 

During a ciiinpaign-; 
central Idaho. Wiliia 


l ing through ti 


calleil Gines'very 
conscrvaliv’L-. trying to paint liim as a mem- 
ber of the G(3i’'s rigid wing. 

But Gines calls himself a constiliilionalist. 
who believes in limited government and the 
right of Idaho voi_efs to decide for ihem- 
sclves whether they want the anti-gay inilia- tional riglilt 


live on the books. As with most other officials from both po- But Gines bclicycs ihttl If, a m.ijonty of 

'T haven't said ‘any more than that other Utica! parlies, Williams contends the initia- Idahoans vole for the initiative, they will be 
than if it's on the ballot. ITI-vote for It," live is unneeded and divisive. wdling to pay the coun costs, 

said, a lawyer and certified public accoun- ■‘Tlic Idaho Legislature is never going to He argued that the initiative offcm a safe- 
- g i an t sp c dal-rights-to'homo.sexuals .so'^y guald by making sureTHc"Ltgislaturc cannot 
..i..'ii.. vo:ii:^mL- nrnt#<,-t h ,\m Acf T I m I s from Hiscriminalion. 


Promoted by hackers as a move to pre- pass it and waslcThc money?" Williams protect homo.scxuals from discrimination, 
dude what they call "special rights" for ho- said. suggesting Willianis ha.s no way of knowing 

mosexuals, the initiative would ban any stale It will cost hundreds of thousands of dol- what lawmnkcrk will do ycare from now. 
or local law prohibiting discrlmina'fion lars to defend the initiative in court, he said, The alliance must submit 32.000 rcgis- 


againsl homosexuals. Critics claim it would and Ihai money could he funncicd into the tered voter signatures to the secretary of 

strip htminscxtials-ofahcir basic cgnstitu. piibli c-sdi oo l.s an d_the_ju vcnil e-justice-s y^T. state by July 8 to 'qualify th e ini lintiv6 for 

tional rights. . tern. .the general election ballot. 

IieceSSaiy Judge rules disabled man can stand 


CALD WE 


LOCiAN.-lhah (Al’> — A-c<mccri- 

ed cleanup along polluted stretches 
of the Bear River (vmild snnn clear 


— the-tmrririv-' 


ntCTT 


Trinlrsts- 


But lliose who could make the most 
difference liavc the least to gain. 

A group of alioul 20 people, many 
of them farmers and ranchers,. met 
with coiisultanls and repre.senlalives 


r Riv c fRTsmirnrCrTTntCT 
vation and Development Wednesday 
to di.scuss an lK-nion(h study.of t/ic 
- Br.ir River.- " ' 

.Specialists with Ilcosystems Re- 
search Institute collected pollution 
information from 40 sites along the 
river, and officials say they're ready 
to start a section-by-seclion cleanup. 

A steering committee will attack 
the four dirtiest stretches of the Bear 
one at a time. The Spring Creek 
drainage area will be the fir.M target, 
followed hv the Cub River corridor 
in Utah and stretches of the Bear 
River from Amalga to Cutler Reser- 
voir ami Ridimoml to Amalga. 


.The-ia>mmittec-dceided.U>.slatl-lhe- 

cleamip higli in the system, said 
Bcosyslcms Reaseafch s]iokeswom- 
-an-Niincy-Mcsncrrm-makc-vlcatiing 
the hiwer region easier. 

The problem with the plan is lliat 
some farmets and ranchers along tlic 
river arc big polluters, and reducing 
Sediments aiul pliosphoroiis. in the 
Tlverdocsn I hdpilieir operations. II 
anything, it hurts them — pliospho- 
rmrs is .sonielhirig ilrt-y add to llieir 


farmlaiul an.. c. 

water from the dirty Bear River is 
bonus. 

"What do we gain?" asked rancher 
Darrell Kunzier. Wiien told by Mes- 
ncr that "We gain a cleaner basin." 
Kunzier replied "So what? It's just 
going to gcrpolluted again. Why 
clean it up if it's going to gerpollut- 
ed again at the bird refuge?" 

‘niose who will heiiefil most fnirn 
the project, Mesner said, are boaters, 
waterskiers, anglers and people who 
think lieiiig*able lo see the riverbed 


in-is competent to stand third-grade level, 
trial on a first-degree murder charge Ward testified Daniel docs not un- 
in the Canyon County shooting dcrs|and the court system and the 
- , . , , . . death of Tim Leary, a judge has role of his defense attorne y, and 

i.s-dc.strablc.-iiut-.shcasays-irngators— wmllS not be able to help irT his de- 

will benefii. too. if she can convince ,riai is set for Mon- fensc. 

Utah 1‘nwcr to release a constant 'flu. 22-yeac-old is being held Both Ward and Beaver expressed 

How- from Oneida Dam.- without bond in the CaldwcH'Jniln conecrns-about-whcthcr-Danicl-un — 

The river’s unpredictable How liius Lc^ry. 17. t|{cd from a shotgun derstood his Miranda rights, 
meant -irrigators seldom know ^hen wound to the chest' Dec. l.S in “He is not capable of undcrsland- 
tbey II have sufficient water, and Daniel’s mobile home in Nampa, ing the concept of self-incrimina- 

siiis up a lot of sediment, which Wednesday's competency hearing lion. Durin g that h ighl y charg ed sil- 

Mesner s a iil is the mam.p.iJ Juilin l i n TTfavc real concerns about 

the rivet- amid a.ssist In his defense. him fully understanding his rights at 

Another m.ijor pollutant, phos- psychologists, 0.iy Ward of thannoment,'’ Beaver said, 

pbcmm.s- could be controlled b>‘ - Mampa and Craig BcavcrofBoi.se. After the testimony, 3rd DinUict 
irrigating with blocking waste Ironi feedlols and panici had a severe mental Judge Gerald Weston said that if 

human waste treatment systems 


court proccctiings were slowed 
down and ideas were presented in 
simple terms, Daniel could under- 
stand them'. 

' Danie l's mothcLdiJ>aRfccs- . 


You wouldn't pul a third-grader 
on trial, .so I don’t understand why 
Dan should have to, since he is ba.si- 

eally-a-lhird-gradcFT^she-said. 

Leary’s mother, Doni Leary, .said 
the judge made the right decision. 

•.Tm glad that he was found com- 
pele n i. He should go to tdaI..My-saa~- 


is gone; he nric.isl deserves a trial," 
she said. 

A first-degree murder conviction 
ainics dcalh by injection or life in 
prison. 


from trickling into waterways. 
Mesner said keeping animals 200 
feel away from water would pro- 
vide enough grassy land to filter 
out pollutants, and waste treatment 
systems could be held to higher 
cleaning slaiulards. 

I-uiuiing is still a queslinn. but 
committee inemiMirs arc hoping for 
federal and slate aid. Mesner .said 
eumigh money was irvallablc lo start 
the pmjcci. 


Batt says no to university system 


Death notices 


Alta B. Andcracn, of Boise and for- 
merly of Hailey, 2 p-tn. loday, Rclycii 
— KimembChBpeHtrBntiL.- ■ 


Wendell Uoyd Jones, of Jerome, a 
g.iihefing for family and friends will 
-bi:.Jidd.,aLS.p.m. iutliy.aUlitt-ll.UUtv of . 


Dorothy E, Burton 

l)I-;n.O - Dotoihy li. Hiifiou. 71. ot 


llic family suggc.sts mcmoiial.conlri- 
biiiions may Ih; made li» Ihc American 


Kent IJarlholomcw, 4(K) N. i 
Jerome. (Bovc-Rolierisoti runeral 
Chapel in Jerome). 

Lee Dnvenport, of Rjdifield, 10:31) 
a.m. Saturday, Demariiy's Bcrgin 
CTmpcl hrSluishnnc: 

Hospitais 


at the Cassi;i Mi-morial Hospital in Hiir; 
ley. 

'’i'lic fimeial will he held at 10 a.m. 
.Monday at ilie Uuflcy Utiiled Mctlmdi'l . 
Cluiteh. 37ili and Almo, with Dr, Terry 
Figgins ofricialhig. Burial will follow at 
Ihc I’kasaiil View Ccrnclcry in Burky. 
Friends may call from <1 lo S p.m, .Sun- 
day al Ihc I’ayiis Motliiary. 221 W, Main 
Si, in Burley and otii; hour before the fu- 
neral on Momby al the climeli. 


s Association, i 


.Mottnarx 


.John Stone 

"jiiltOMli - John I;. .^Iionc. l^ToT 
Jerome, died I'hurMlay. June K>. 1*>‘M. at 
the Magic Valley Regional Medical Cen- 
ter in I'win Falls, 

Anangcmcnis arc pciuling .md will he 
amioimccd by the Hovc-Robctison Fu- 
neral Chajicl in Jerome. 


MAGIC VALLEY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER 

Some names arc ornillcd al patients' rcipicsi. 

Admitted 

Delinar Mccham of Ha/cllon. 

Releo-sed 

Maurice Orcenficid, Juiiiiiln Kessler and Hlizabuih' 
Ringeri. all of Twin F'alls; Hilla Baker of (looding; Wen- 
dell Chmiuirl of Ihilil: Wilma Huplcr of Fairfield; and Rmti 
Taylor of Wendell. 

CASSIA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 
Admitted 

Dale Bodily. I.ori Hagen. Kaye OncsitcII. Hdimitid 
•Slanger. Fliz.abetli 'lliomas and Venila Trojillo, all of Hiif- 
. ley; Oiiadaliipe Augustin of Declo; lilliel Ga.skill. Dorothy 
Rolman. Clifford Smith and Sue Wiiherspoon. all of Ilcy- 
biirn; Jc.sus laipcz of Oakley; I.ucik Myers of Mutlaiigli; 
Tanimic Kasinussen of Rupert; and Satimel N. Smith of 


Released 

Ouisiitie 1 louselioldcr. Dcrald Mabcy and ‘lawnya Mat- 
lindalc, all of Iluflcy; Jody linrtows of Albion: IJcniatd 
Chirk of Millcreek. Wash.; Brenda Limplicrc i»f Nampa; 
and Amy Wall of Aceniiia. 

Dinhs 

A baby was horn b* Mr. ,-tnd Mrs. John Burrows of Al-. . 
■ liiiim'Mt.'iin'd'Mfst'CiiBtlcT'Anguslin orOcclo; and lo 
Tiimmie Rasmussen of Rnpeci.- 

MINIDOKA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 

Admitted 

tm of Rupert: Annctic Kent of Accquia: and 
of Hiitlcy. 


Duiine Rar 
l.imla Harkni 


M,'dl,“ 


Released - . . .. 

Brill Matliifdale and Hclina Wilkinson, boll) of Burley; . 
Joanne I’elelief and Oiailcs Villins, both of Riipcii; and 
Camille WotHlIamI of Pawl. 

Birth , -■—■ ■■ 


LEWISTON (AP) — Idaho gu- 
bernatorial cihdidate Phi! Balt .says 
he has no intention of changing op- 
erations at Ihc state's universities 
unle.ss they rc<iiicst it on their own. 

Two weeks ago, the Wilder Re- 
publican said he is interested in 
looking al crc;iiing a single universi- 
ty sy.stcm to .save administrative 
costs, and raised the prospect of 
turning Lcwis-Clark Stale College 
into the Lewiston branch of the Uni-, 
versity of Idaho. 

In a Wednesday newspaper ad. 
Nez Pcrcc County's three Democrat- 


;allcd on their COP foes lo distance 
themselves frt)ii) the idea, and added 
they fear the search for a successor 
to outgoing Lcwi.s-Clark President 

'tdc'Vickc^ircouItlbc-hurr r~ 

"Wc do not- need a 'Son of 
Slivers' us governor." stale Sen. 
Bnicc Sweeney. Rep. Paul Keeton 
and retired Lewiston doctor Dean 
Mahoney said in their nd. Tlicy were 
referring to former Hou.se Speaker 
Tom Slivers. R-Twin Falls, who 


backed turning the Lewiston college 
into a branch of the Moscow school. 

niinccn years ago. during his first 
gubernatorial campaign. Ball said he 
would not vote lo close Lewis-CIark. 

‘T think they arc -reaching for is- 
sues," said Sweeney's Republican 
opponent, attorney Wes Wilhite. 
"Wc arc c.crtainly concerned that 
LCSC keeps strong and my under- 
standing i.s the initiative i.s a way of 
streamlining things and saving ad- 
ministrative expenses. ... I like the 
name Lewis-CIark Slate College." 

In a prepared siatemcnr. Bait rcilcr- 

glc system as a means of providing the 
best and most cconon^ical education^ 

"I have no desire to nor do I think 
it’s pertinent to the di.scus.sion to sinl 
'glc-ourpanTjfihc'systcm for scruti- 
ny,*' Bait said. "I don't recommend 
any change of name unless rcquc.st- 
cd by any of the institutions. 

"Pitting gcogr.aphical considera- 
tions agaimst one another does noth- 
ing to make the system more 'effi- 
cient nor to put a bigger percentage 


of our educational dollars in the 
classroom whcrc-thcy belong.” 

The advertisement "is a bunch of 
garbage," Stivers said. "It is laugh- 
able and not worthy of comment.” 

• Keeton-said"hc- wTotc'the~.id'inr 
Wednesday's Lewiston Tribune. 

."I sit all -day writing letters," he 
said. “I don't need any help to write 
a letter. No one else had anything lo 
do with it." 

Sweeney said he approved of the 
contents, but declined furthcr-com- 
menf. Mahoney .said he approved as 
well. 

Democratic gubernatorial candidate 
Lttrry EchoHawk; said’his'cantpalgn 
knew nothing about the ad before iis 
appearance. 

. EchnHaw|rhas'salcJ'hc-prcfcitrcns“ 
coufaging the universities to cooper- 
ate to creating a single system. 

Nez Pcrcc County Democratic 
Parly Chairman Marvin Hall fore- 
cast a petition drive will begin this 
week lo Slop Ball from tampering 
with Lewis-(2lnrk. 


More land sought for Gritz covenant 


GIUVNCEVILLE (Ai») An xs- - 
sociatc «>f former presidential candi- 
d;ilc James "Dp" Grit/, wnfirms pur- 
chasers of 280 acres north of Kami- 
uh phtniicd as a "Christian 
Covenant" center arc- seeking 150 
-m«»fc-ncafby. 

Jerry Gillespie at the Center for 
Action hcadiiiiartcrs in Mesa. Ariz., 
said till but two of tlic 30 lots includ- 
ed in the initial "Almost Heaven" 
;icreagcs luivc been .sold. 

"We’re attempting to secure an- 
other’ 150 :icrcs up there." Gillespie 
said. "There's no evil intent, as 
many [ieople would like lo believe. 
I'm bringing my family up there and 
I Intend to make it my home. If 
some .people think wc h;ivc some 
sinister idea. I'guess there's nothing 


news! 

Covenant ... self-sufficient town- 
ship .sanctuary" where he and his 
supporters "will come in numbers 
collected together ... prepared to 
fight for our families, homes, 
ConsiitutlominclMleavcnlyBan-- 
ncr." 

But the Coalition Yor Human Dig- 
nity, a human rights research group 
in Portland, Ore,, says Almost Heav- 
en will be “a ba.se of operations for 
Chrisli:/n patriot l:ux protesters and 
anti-S^ilic fanatics." 

' Grift, a former Green Beret offi- 
cer who ran for.prcsideni on the 
1992 Populist Party'tickcl, denies 
being a racist or a tax protester. 

Gillespie said all the lots sold at 
the Almost Heaven site have been 


would put there. ... Tltere's been no 
discussion about building a commu- 
nity hall or community church. 
There has been some talk about 
home schooling," he said. 

Dale , King of the North Central 
-Di.strlct“HcaIiir Department on 
Wednesday said lest holes for sewer 
and water systems have been com- 
plclcd at all 30 of the Iot.s. 

"'There have been no real prob- 
lems." King said. “They’ve been 
reasonable to deal with." 

King said he heard the investors 
do not plan to hook up lo electrical 
service, but instead use generators or 
solar collectors for power. 

But Gillespie said he and another 
family do plan lo hook up lo elec- 
tricity. Another man intends to build 


... .uii'VirmHMi'lTliai; ^ " — purc7t:t5CaTl!rtramc.>:trcs; an envi r onmen t a l “ ea rt h -s h ip ho me” 

Tlic site has been described by "Right now they're all .sold for out of recycled tires and aluminum 
Gritz ill liis Center for Action homes. 1 don't know what else they can.s. 


Obituaries 


For obituary rate Inforrn^atlo.n, 
call 733-0931 . extension 278 


Ainsworth. 



Ethlyn Walklngton 

TWIN FALLS - Elhlyn Walkingion. 
90, of Twin Falls, diod Thursday, 
Juno 16, 1994 alWoodsIoric Rolirc- 
mont Conlor in Twin Falls, 

Sho was born Ocl. 0, 1895. in 
Fairmont, III., tho daughlor ol Gur- 
ney and Alico Lindicy. She graduat- 
ed from high school in 1913, and 
ihcn allondod Friends Univorsiiy in 
Kansas, later graduating in 1917, 
from ihe University of Chicago with 
a bachelor of philosophy dogreo. 
iradualion.-shc_laughUhiflh- 


school English for many years in In- 
-diann, Kansas. -ldft|»o-and -Af Izona.- 
,Shc married Laurence Henry Walk- 
ingfon on Nov. 4, 1926, in Nooga, 
III Ho procoded her ih death on 

Oct. 15. 1957 , 

' She was a very active member of 
Iho First Presbyterian- Church in 


Twin Vails. She v/as also a member 
ol Ihe American Association ol Unr- 
versily Women and Ihc Twin Falls 
Chapter ol Ihc Idaho Writers 
League. She was also ;ui aullior' 
and had two books publisiiccl 

Survivors include Iwo sons. 
James Walklngton ot Burley and 
William Walkingion of Cottage 
Grove, Wise.; and Ihroo gr.indchil- 
fjfrtn. .She was also preceded m. 
j— dertltr-brohc-sonrtindtcy-Joscph- 
-WHlkifiglon-m 1956, one sister and 
lv.'o hfOlhers. 

Tho funeral xviH be lield al 2 p.m. 
Saturday, Juno 10, 1994, al Whttc 
Mortuary in Twin Falls, v/ilh Iho Rev • 
Robert Van'Ncsl otlicialing. Friends 
may call tram 4 lo 8 p.m. loday.at 
While Mortuary. Burial will follow al 
Sunset Momorinl Park m Twin Falls 
, The family suggests momorinis 
may be given 16 ihc Idaho Youih 
Ranch, P.O. Box 8538, Boise ID 
03707-9921; or 10 Iho First Prosby- 
torian Church, 209 Filth Avo. N., 
Tv;in Falls ID 83301. 

Ellen M. Bailey 

RUPERT - Ellen Myrtle Bailey, 69, 

-ol-Ruperl-died— Wednesdayr-Jiin«- 
15. 1994, ai her ho me. _ 

"She was born Sbpl."5rf92l'.'in 


College She married Keith R. Bai- 
Joy on Nov. J1. 1942. in the Logan, 
Utah. LDS Temple. 

Sho was a member ol tho LDS 
Church, serving in many capacities 
including Primary teacher. Young 
Womcnis president. Relief Society 
president and stoke rclicf'socicty 
secretary. She enjoyed music and' 
sang witn several women's groups 

in the aiea 

— Shc-rc-surzivcd'bTnffrhOOband. 
Keith of Rupert; three .daughters. 
Ellon Diane Peck of Grants Pass. 
Ore . Jaccjuclinc Kay of Burley and 
Connie Sue Bailey of Redwood 
City, Calif ; throe sons, Gary K. Bai- 
ley of Spokane. Wash . Earl Duane 
Bailey of Monroe. Utah, and Dean 
S. Barley of Alpine, Utah: one sister. 
Margaret Kinney of Granite Bay. 
Calif.; one brother. Giant Short of 
Pocatello; and 10 grandchildron- 
Sho was preceded in death by her 
pofonts; two brothers. Lylo Short 
and Glen Short; one sister. Viola 
Vlaskoli; and twins, Leo and CIco 
Short. 

Tho funeral writ be hold al 2 p.m. 
Saturday, Juno 18. 1994. at the Ru- 


Continuod from B1 
dlroui 550.00(1. 

"His educational philosophy and 
Icadcr.siiip qualities in the teaming 


process closely. parallel the praclicc.s 
now in place at Robert Stuart," Twin 
Falls Superintendent Terrell Donicht 
said in a prepared statement. 

Aiasworth said he ha.s been trying to 


gel more people, and parenLs in particu- 
lar, involved with the schools to under-’ 
stand the schools’ leaching methods. 

“It takes the whole community lo 
make schools better," he said. 


Cuts 


Continued from B1 


ommcndalion was not ucccpicd bc- 
-cause-thc -huspital still needed a 
chief c.xccutivc officer and Slevcn- 
.son was Ihc best one around. 


Such cost-cutting measures bc- 
“CTnnt nccc.s.saTy when in-patienT 
days were averaging below budget 
predictions. 

Further restructuring will be on-go- 
ing, Carrington said. Physician contract 


changes for emergenc y roo m service 
■amTinlcRkpurlmcnl changc.s may be 

introduced, she Mid 

The medical center laid off 17 
workers in May in the first step to 
keep the facilities out of the red. 


Green 


tor of Ira Tomplo and Myrtle tllcn 
Campbell Short. She attended 
schools m Emerson and graduated 
from Hoyburn High School. Stio 
also allondoa the LDS Business 


Building on South F. Street In Rii- 
pffTTTwmrBtsirop Ernost Chris- 
lensen-officialing. Burial v/ill follow 
at the Riverside Ccmolory in Hey- 
burn Ffionds may call from 4 lo 8 
p.m. today at the Hansen Mortuary 
in Riipert and ono hour boforo tho 
funeral on Saturday at the church. 


Continued from B1 

ncwablc lcasc.on the w.archousc, she 

said. 

This year has seen other changes 
fur the Buhl company axxvcll. 

In order to get more weeks of 
work out of the food-processing 
plant. Green Giant is buying sugar 
.snap iwa.'TwidfwccrcnmTfcnir liew 
nrcas^^Tlidrson'said:: — 


First-year sugar snap pea contracts 
in the Nampa area have extended the 
"front" of the plant's sca.son by five 
lo seven days, he said. Green Giant 
began harvesting there June 5 and in 
Hagcn^an on Wednesday. 

•ITioreon .said harvesters will next 
work north and northeast of Buhl, 
the n move eastward toward Twin 
~T^I s, exte numg t his "longest ev^‘ 
“season to thTcmJ ol July. . 


Thorson nnticipaic.s harvest of the 
new sweet corn contracts in Hermis- 
ton. Ore., between July 15 and 20. 
'Tliis will be "the earliest start ever 
for this plant on sweet corn," he 
said. Harvest of local corn should 
begin in ihc last few days of July, 
probably starting at King Hill. 

"Wilhout addinp m ore equipment- 


thM.prctty.T 
facility, can producc.!l'niorsoa.5aid._ 


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"Iticrc lire m;my diiiiiccs you arc 

Ki^kinr^'^Wu'hl saicl^ 

ihil proponents say pilots need 
more places to load chemicals. 


planes have heeii there," s.iid Slierry Minidoka Mii'.hway District offieiiJ.s 

Amlerson. svlmJivi-s aiut tariii'. tii’.ir Liijcked-tJavvii oiu^»lots-tan<litit^»rt— 

the proposed site, county roads last year.' Several years 

Fmir aerial ajrplicalor’c’om'panks’ aeo _Burley Municipal Airport 
are inlcresled in usin^ llic land, ,ind hanned crop-diisters. New federal 


up to six planes a day i 


1 special dfemieiil 


By Liz Wright increasing increase he.ilih risks, that hiowoiit. he said. 

TimcS'Ncws writer low-flyinj; planes would hrim;. ' "There are manv chances you arc 

••We d.ini'l_kjnm; iH.w the c\m> - la kino,'! Wh;ht said. 

RUPERT - Already suffering sure is_ going to afl'cct otir dtildren But proponents say pilots need 
fi-om bronchial asthma, Pat Hunter sunttiicr after siimniei' that lltese more pl.iees l<i load chemicals, 
stiid she spent 29 days in the hospital- planes have been there." s.iid Slierry Mitiidoka Highway District officials 

after a crop-dusler sprayed the car Anderson, who tivi-s :mc t f irm-, ni-.ir Liijeked-iJavvii oiu^rtlots-tandint^trv- 

slic was riding in five years ago. the proposed site. county roads last year.' .Several years 

Hunter told Minidoka County Fmir aerial ajtplicalor’c’otirpaiiks’ ago _Burley Municipal Airport 
planning and zoning cominissioners are inlcresled in using llic land, ,ind banned erop-diisters. New federal 
Wednesday that she had to have'onc up to six planes a day may use it to rules reijuire a special dfumical 

of her lungs removed, and her hospis— jehjad-liwir-4;hciitik:.il-iatiks,._siiid-kvx — loiiiltnji iirea for the planes, 

tal -Stay cost her SlS'.fKK). Sthorzman, irwner of i’,ui| Chemical "In an agriciilturtil coinmunity, 

She said .she is concerned for the and Fertilizers, there arc so many gruw,ers who 

safety of her son and his wife, who Pilots usually start tlying early in depend on (crop-dusliiig),” said Jim 
live close lo a ptoptwed airstrip for the morning and lake otf ami land at Jurgens, agricultural ti'nalysl for the 

_CI0p;jluslct5. t heir aitMfin.in ^_io_:u lo zcMdinif sJtL a ' Jd a iiu..D .i;pattmgiiLuLAgrieullurc. 

Planning .ind zoning commission- day, Seltorzman said, Pilots - not ••|l’s a real necessity. 1 ihink we 
ers Wednesday lablcO a proposal by the' eouttly - are liable fur any sfiills, have lo come tijt will) some kind of 

Minidoka County to lease land to_he sai d. All of tlieiii ;ir e [ troieeied by sohiiiott." 

■Of«>p-duslcr.s“f(IV' aiTairstnp '6ir?5 msu'fiutce ns a feipuienTcnl ol Hying ■ 'Jurgens, who invesligaies tibuuf 
.acres of county-owned propeity near a chemical spray [ilane,; .'ll) complaiiils a yetir about crup- 

tlic county’s trash iransicr station. Jay Wight warned commissioners dusters, said ahoiti .'tO percent of 
Commissioners .said they lacked that if county work,ets ,il llie waste llio'se coniplainis usiiairy end up 
sufficient details (>n the proposal that transfer station arc exposed to a with some sort of enforcement 
has not ycl been approved hy (lie chemical spill. ,ilie cuuiity will have aciion'tigainst ^he pilots, 

Federal Aviation Administration nr to pay the medical bills as well as Most people complain of noise, 
the Environmental Protection provide dust masks and uiher e(|uip- and sometimes drifti,ng elicmicals, 
Agency. ment. he said. 

Another public bearing will be Wildlife in tlie area may beeiime But considering the ihnusands- of 
scheduled once the commission sick from drifting pesticides, Wiglii chemical applications done every 
receives mote information, said. A set of jHiwer |x>les at one end day. .'^(l complaints a year isn’t till 
Commissioner Paul Aston said. of llic proposed airstrip could be tliat bad. Jurgens added. 

At Wednesday’s public hearing, knocked down by a- plane, anil the "The problems ilnii’i seem real 
residents 'decried (he noise and pos- county would tieedaii emergency significant compared td the nuiii.ber 
sibic chemical contamination, plan for the ensuing electrical ol applieaiioiis^" lie said. 

Po lice arrest Horsesh oe Ben d ma n following fatal collison 

'BOISE (AP) — A Hor.seshoe ilrresled on 'i’ueMlay. Ada County cle carrying Kelly Wayne 
Bend man has been arrested for court reeords'say. A xvarraiu for his C.’hrislianson and Kim Christianson, 
vehicular manslaughter in a car- iirresl was issued in March, The collision threw the couple 75 

motorcycle collision which killed a Elder was driving on Idaho ,'s.s yards. 

Boise couple. about 10 miles luirlh of Boise on F.lder was critically injured’, but 

Charles Kent Elder. 5(1. was Atii’ 6 lout ltls <’:.r nit . Tnmnrcy. — recover eii i 


■,-.nr.luaJ-tl>tfir.4;hciiiiistl-iatiks,._sitid-kvx — lontlinj' area for the planes. 

Schorzmaii, owner of I’.uil ('liemical "In an agriciiluiral eoinnuinity, 

; and Fertilizers, there arc so many gruw.er.s who 

I Pilots usually start tlying early in dcpeiul on (crop-dusliiig),” said Jim 
' the morning and lake ot'f and land at Jurgens, agrictiluiral analyst for the 
their aitMrin.iu ^_io_:u lo zeMJinif sJtL a ' JJ a iiu..D .t;pattmgiiLu£^grieullurr 
day, Seltorzman said, Pilots - not ••it’s a real necessity. 1 Ihink we 
the' eoimly - are liable lor any s[iills, have lo come tijt will) some kind of 

i_he sai d. All of them ar e [ troieeied by sohiiioii." 

Insurance as a reijuiremeni ol Hying ' 'Jurgens, who invesligaies abouf 
' a chemical spray [ilaiie.; .7(1 complaiiils a . year ahuul crop* 

Jay Wight wuriK-d commissioners dusters, said ahoui .lOpcrceMil of 
I that if coiimy work,ets .il llie waste llio'se coniplainis usiiairy end up 
transfer slaiion are exposed to a with some sort of enfiircemunl 
chemical spill,, the couiily will have aciion'tigainst ^he pilots, 
to pay the medical bills as well as Most people complain of noise, 
provide dust masks and mlier equip- and sometimes drifli,ng chemicals, 
ment. . he said. 

Wildlife in the area may become Bill considering the ihoiisandS' of 
'sick from drifting pesticides, Wight chemical applicaiiiiiis done every 
said. A SCI of ]Hiwer [xiles at one end day. .7(1 complaints a year isn’t all 
of the proposed airstrip could be that bad. Jurgens added, 
knocked down by a- plane, anil the "The problems ilniTi seem real 
county would tieed aii emergency significant compared lii the nuiii.ber 
plan for the eiiMiiiig electrical ol applications^" he said. 


Trisha Banistor, 15, works In a summer Job-tralning program to add the flnishlng touchos 
to a storage shed at the Cassia County Fairgrounds Tuesday. Helping her are Armontha 
Banister, 18, and Bobby Freeman, 14, while suporvfsor Craig Shell, of Magic Valley Youth 
and Adult Services, looks on. 

Boy injures sister, woman while driving 


By Liz Wright 
Timcs-Ncw.'? writer 

BURLEY - A 10-ycar-old boy’s 
joyride around the block in his 
father’s car came lo a crashing luill 
Wednesday when he drove headlong 
into another car. injuring his sister 
and a Burley woman. 

Ven^ta Trujillo, 14, and Elizabcih 
Ann Thomas, 44, were in stable con- 
dition al Cassia Memorial. Hospital. 
Venito Trujillo Jr., 10, was treated 


Veriito said he had watched his 
father drive before. Determined to ' 
try it himself, he got in the orange ; 
1986 Mercury, started the ignition ' 
and'pulled away from the street 
where it had been parked. i 

His sister, Vcnirti, hopped in for ' 
the ride, ■ ■ 1 

No suspects found 
in Rupert stabbing 

The.’nmeS'NcwB 

_RUEEIIT-- A Rupcrl-wontan- 
stabbed Wednesday night, but police 
hpd pot arrested anyone as of ’TTiumday 
afternoon and would not relcit.se any 
detail-softhc incident. 

Tracy Whiuins, 30. was- taken to 
Minidoka Memorial Hospiral 
Wednesday niglii, and was inin.sfcrTcd 
lo the EDS' Hospital in Sail Lake City 
for surgery, said Sgl. Jim Broncr of 
Rupert Police Department. 

Officials at Minidoka Menloriiil 
Hospital and LDS Hospital, however, 
have no record of anyone named 
Whiuins having been admitted. But 
Rupert Police Chief Kendall Warr said 
■•Whittins" was the name the wor " 
gave police. 

— Tho-woman-was-subbcd-in-boih — 


occurred al 11:39 


• "The keys were already in the 
car.” Venito said. "I pressed the 
clutch in and put it in first." 

He left it in first gear as he drove 
down the block. According lo an 
accident report, he was turning the 
corner of West I6ih Street when he 
crashed into Thomas, who was 
heading nortii on Malta Avenue. 

Venito said lie busy talking to bis 
sister and wasn't paying allciiiipii to 
what side of the roj^ he was su p- 
posed to be on. 

Busy w 


Venito's parents didn I notice 
tlicir car missing until il w;ts too 
laic, liis mother, Melba Trujillo, 
said. 

"I was just folding clothes, and 
my husband was doing the lawn, and 
wc didn't notice anything. Then I 
looked around and’sald. "Where’s 


our car? It’s not there.’’’ Melba said. 

By Che time she ran over lo tell her 
husband. Venito was walking away 
from the accident, she said. 

The crash occurred at 2:10 p.m.. 
the .iceidciii report said. Venito’s 
sister, Veniia. w.ts wailing to have 
surgery on her broken and badly cut 
teg and arm. Melba said. 

Venito was cited for driving left 
of the center line, having no drivers 
liccnse-and no proof of insurance, 

"ilii: report said. 

I le is also I’rmimlecl. Melba said. 


But he insists on paying for tlic 
citations and hospital bills himself, 
.somehow. 

•i'ni nil! going lo drive no more 
because I’m sctircd." Venito .said. "1 
heard my sister crying and .sjiw her 
bleeding all over the place and I ran 
home"’ . 


Mid-Snake Resouce 
Council will meet 


RUPERT - The Mid-Snake 
Resource and Conservation 
Development Council will meet 
■Thursday, June 23. al 7 p.m. in the 
U.S. Soil Conservation Office at lUO 
S. 2(H) W. in Ru]Kn. 

'The meeting is free and open to 
the' public. 

Among other things, the council 
.will discu.ss rc.sourcc conservation 
and rural development in the mid- 
Snake region. 

The council has been aided by the 
recent hire of Julie Thomas ns coun- 
cil a.s.sislant. Thomas, who also 
works for the Sawtooth Niitiomil 
J^orcst, has experience in “rural revi- 
talization” projects with many 
Magic Valley communities. In her 
new position. Thomas will also 
work with Twin Falls, Jerome. 
Cassia and Minidoka counties. 


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IVIcAFEE AUCTION ^ 
>^ SUNDAY, JUNE 19, 1994 ^ ^ 

Located from ARCO, IDAHO, 1/2 rrulo south on Hwy. 20-26 towards Idaho Falls, 
then 1/4 milo wo5t. (watetUor 2 Uugo whito domo buddlnjjs on wost side of i 

filghway. Ihats vdioro wo will fao nl). ^ I 

SALE TIME: 10:30 a.m. Lunch at the cookshack~| 



TRUCK - TRACTORS - COMBIRE - TRAILERS 


Massey Feroucon 1100 Diesel iracter.wido Irani. 15 x5 x38 tires on power adjust wheels I 
mullf power, dual rcmolcs, catcflory II 3 pi. hitch, has a Dual 320 hydraulic loaocr mounted I 
with hydraulic bucket, all cell: as .1 unit • 1078 White 8000 1-V sell propelled combine, diesel ' 
cnfllno, cab with air, straw chapper. hasn't been started for^S years, nope to^flo so by^ sale 

Farmall M oas tractors with cinoie Itonls lor'^rcpalrs - 1974 Pike 42' drop bed trailer tor 
haullnn hay. air brakes • Factory made tandem a*lo, 2 horse trailer. 

ANTIQUE FURNITURE 

Monarch coal or wood ranpe with warming oven ■ Montag coal or wood range - 2 Sicilian 
Mclophonic hand crank door plionograpHs -'Columbia o.ik desk top hand crank phonograph 
.- While folary Itcadic sewing machine • old Moor radio - old sewing rocker - Oucks pol- 
bclllcd stove • kilcticn cupboard - Cherry wood fovcsea! - wood hj-chak - old otlice chair • 

"'HLlECTmL c l - ol ffiils^ 

Approximately (10) 10 gallon milk c.tns - assorted kerosene lanterns- bellies -bolUe capper 
- potato picking harness • i each G S 8 gallon diamond crocks • 3 gallon crock - brass 
scrubboard - hand cheese sheer • (HI irons - old trunks ■ metal tins • Imp stats • old wood 
skis • lots of metal toys • old gas pns - spud baskets - chllds snow sleds • cow bells - 
platform scales • old records • oHI cameras -’old movie and Coca Cola advertising • lunch 
boxes - regulator m,inilc dock'- 8 ql. Da?y bullctn chum ■ old car v.'ood spoke whoel light 
(Ixiurcs • old wagon wheel light futures ■ old record ptaycr - 2 tanned cow hides • pack 
saddle.- old spurs - t.ups - (10) 1 and 2 an h,ind saws * liamcs - 4 old saddles • bridles - 
wooden wagon wheel; - pair of Icalhcr leggings - com knife chllds cupboard - pictures - 
binder canvas - cndicsi belts • m|ik bciilcs - glass water and. medicare bottles - antique 
globe bar • 1 each mounted antelope, deer and mouniain goal heads - carved horae wall 
mijunilno - old Hot Point cicciric stove -wood chairs. 

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENT 

Rockola jukebox - Keating 15 gallon deep fat fryer .’Taylor Ico cream machine ■ 1 each 
rtoriis 2 and 3 container milk dispensers - collec urns ■ bread warmer ■ commetclaJ spud 
peeler. -.Jctm.Air-ga; stove used 1 year with allachmonliv- pair-twlnnlng-bar-doors— 
stainless steel metal tables • 5 unit pop dispenser • electric meal sheer - 5 unll trilk shako 
maker - large Stanley commercial lloor model mixer • large amount of Giirmany (eardrop 
charidelicrs.- 2 .cornmcrcial clccirlc-toastcrs ■ approxlnuicly 500 gold and blue table clothes- 
and napkins • 2 copier macliiitcs - several cases of Libby glasses • large amount of 
glassware, glasses and punch bowl sets-- Christmas dscaraiions * large.C'.x 10' walk In 
cooler with evaporalor and compressor. 

FURNTURE i 

Queen sire hido-e-bcd > 3 Icalhcr chniis > tiling cabinet • record player - gas cloiltos dryer • 
pink tcclincr chair • Kenmoic cabinet cleciilc sewing mactiino ■ Oucen sl20 bed frame • 
modern 8 d.iy oiandhuhci dock - cedar chest • dresser. 

HOUSEHOLD MISCELLANEOUS 

Conventional washcis * double tubs * liicpiacc hardwatc ■ boxes of assorted dishes, some 
may be old > silvcrwaic - cutt.nn sirciehcrs - wine r.icks - Wcstinghousc clcetrie roaster ■ 
lypewrllct - adding machines - hanging wicker chair * wicker items • wall and celling 
chandeliers • brass lamp • coohvarc - plant stands - mixing bowls • slack chairs • exercise 
bicycle - Sears exerciser • one person steamer • cooking utensils and many other household 
miscellaneous Items. 

FARM ITEMS - MISCELLANEOUS 

4 largo 3 ton wood self feeders lor sheep or calves - Whacker gas cement tamper • wcl/diy 
vacuum • sump pump • sprayers • shovels • rakes - forks '■ hoes • milk crates • shingles - 
110 gallon propane tank - Crallsman welder - assorted sprinkler Irrigation Items - 2 (sandy 
fcrllllTor appIlKilors • paneling - drop coids • chain saws - Snapper lawnmower. 

= UNCOLH-SPORTIHG ITEMS — 

1B60 Lincoln Contineiilal 4 door^aedan. VB. aulomallc. electric windows.- A/C, all gf tho 
options. 57,000 miles, sharp - 19B9 Yamaha Invitcr snow machine with 371 actual miles - 
Honda 3 wheel motorbike, *, - 

W7F: IVo on/y till lha tilgn spots ivhcn ne lisica Hits sole. Como see ivftar dsa tney unoom. 
Iur nfl I tll fM 3 l Uu.iiiCSioa.-Tti9- 

McAfee's ore pursuing other Interests ond ivanf to sell oil of ihetr personji Delonglnos they 
him gilhercd and collected lor the last semtal ycirs. CjII Joinc at 527-3041 or John al 
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B-4 Tlmos Nows, Twin Fnlla, Iclnho Fridny, Juno 17. 


ISU dean dies of heart attack at 59 


{’OCATELl.O — V-.P.T. "Hary" Cluiryulu. dean of the College of 
Engineering at Idaho Sialc’Universiiy, died Wednesday of cardiac 
arrest. He was 59 , 

Charyitlu, a native of India, joined the. Idaho Stale faculty as an 
engineering professor in I'krK and was named dean in 19S3. 

During his 2.‘> years in Idaho, Cliaryiilu emerged as a leading sup- 
porter of nuclear research at Idaho Stale and the Idaho National 
■ Engineering Ltihoralirr^-r'l le worked on a variety of INEL educational 
nrojecl-s ami did consulting work for the site's Argon ne National 


LTilHiratory. 


Gay, lesbian groups.set up hotline - . 

BOISE — Gay and lesbian groups have set up a telephone hotline 
for people to report hate^iased crirnes. Tliey contend there h:i.s been 
an increasing number i»f such incidents in Idaho. 

The groups Idaho for llimian Dignity and Your 1-amily, Friends 
and Neighbors hell! a SfatehousC news conference Thursday to • 
announce the Anti-Violence I’roject. A 2-1-hour telephone hotline will 
— bo-wl-tip-Err-freople-tir-repofl-anti-gityr-bias-niotivatod-violei: 
defamation. 

- .-.‘JAny hate-rnolivated crime, if there's. one. that's too tnany.” said 
Mary. Rohlfing, cochair for Idatio for Human Dignity. She said she 
and a companion were victims of a violence in the Stanley arha while 
vacationing. 

Hatc-crimes were reported last year in the Moscow, area and this 
year at a Boise gayiiar. she said. 


Boise airport to double in size, parking 


BOISE — Boise airline passengers soon will have a little more 
elbow room. 

l3oi.se Municipal Airport will ilouirje the size of its main concourse 
and add a second security gate ;ind iibmil 2(1(1 spaces for long- and 
short-term parking, airport director John Anderson said Wednesday. 

Ibe airport will begin working on the addition to concourse 13 in 
late September, with completion scheduled for late May or early June 
of next year." The $5 million project will ipld five passenger gales, 
bringing the lolid to II. The concourse will be eMended about -IfK) 
feet to the southeast of the terminal. 


Court rules on multiple citations 


BOISE — Idaho l:iw enforcement olficurs will be advised that if 
they issue a serious citation tigainst a motorist, such as for drunken 
driving or vehicular homicide, they shouldn't also charge the motorist 
wiiii it minor infraction for the same incident. 

^liaLks ihe re-sull .if an Idaho S up( etiic Conn fuliiiu Thur.sdav l li row.^ 


ing out the drunken driving conviction of a l^wisioti woman. The' 
court ruled unanimously that Elizabeth Anne I.yncli couldn't be 
charged both with mtiking an improper l;me ehange'timl drunken dri- 
ving because it was “one contimimis tint! indivisible *<cf.” ", 


vingf.. . 

An officer .said lie siiw Lynch driving erratically late in l99I_. He 
said he .stopped the woman and cited her for DUI and a lane viola- 


BSD settles with social-work professor 


BOISE (AI*) — Boise Stale University h:is reached an out-of-court 
settlement with a former social-work professor wlio said sheTaced a 
hostile working environment as a woman. 

Officials would not disclose (lie terms of tlie settlement, nor the 
amount of money invoh eil, 

In the lawsuit, filed in April l‘>'),3 in -llh District Court, I’hyllis Day 
said male faculty memliers created a "Imsiile working environment" 
for her because she is a woman. Day was coordiniitor nf the master's 
degree progrtini in social work from July to December 1991, 



geyser, bill 


IDAHO FALLS (AP) — Idaho 
Gov. Cecil Andru.s is trying to 
breathe new life inlo.a'4-ycar-old 
campaign to protect Yellowstone 
National Park’s geysers even 
"thmigh' 


-crrafddrrnit-thc-tlcvcIfTp^ 
mcnl of geothermal resources in 
eastern Idaho. 

“The slate of Idaho rccognizc.s 
llie need to ensure the pr<)\cction 
of the unique geothermal features 
of Yellowstone 
National Park.” 



Andrus wrote 
in a recent let- 



-ter— 


' Andrus 


Demi>cratic 
Congressman 
Pat Williams of 
Montana. “Any 
damage to 
-them would be 
nothing less 
than a national 
tragedy.** — 


APe^CU 

GlonnoTind Ed Holllckson, of Abordoon, are shown with thoir grandson, Cody. whom they^dopt — 
od and are also seeking custody of Cody's brother and sister. 


WilHams, who also has the 
backing of his home-state gover- 
nor, Mark Racicot, is the sponsor 
of the Old Faithful Protection bill 
that prohibits development of 
geothermal resources within 20 
milc.s of the park boundary. 

An urea of Lslaitd Park known to 
have geothermal re.sources is also 
included until studies of the pus.si- 
ble connections with Yellowstone 
gey.scrs arc completed. 

Conccrns'overprivare'property 

rights ami state water rights have 
prompted opposition from 
Republican Sens. Larry Craig of 
Idaho and Malcolm Wt'H<>P pf 
Wyoming. 

•that a c a reful- 


Idaho couple weary of custody 
fight over their 3 grandchildren 


GRAND ISLAND. Neb. (AP) — 
An Idaho couple hits the hacking of 
their own state’s social workers but 
Glenna and Ed Hctlickson have not 
been able to convince the slate of 
Ncbra.ska'lhat they should gain cus- 
tody of three grandchildren. 

*n)c Hcilieksuns have sought cus- 
tody of their daughter's children 
since the Ncbr.isk.n Depiirlmcnl of 
Social Services took them from 
Katrina Zierkc in Graiid-l.slund.lwu- 


dren lived in an unhealthy atmos- 
phere where their parents, who 
divofcc'd Km year, used drugs .nnd 
abusie 


Service area war returns to courts 

CQEUR il'ALUNE — The turf \v:ir heiween Koolentii Electric 
'Cdope'rative and Wtisliiiigioti' Water Power 'Co,' has Toiind il.s 'way'td" 
court agttin. 

Kootenai Electric filed :t lawsuit against its competitor this week, 
cliiimiiig ihtil the Spokane, Wtish.-basud utility is,.illegiilly supplying 
power to Prairie View Elementary Sclmol in Post I'iills. 

The local coopertitive won a simihir dispute agiiinsi Wasliirigion 
Water Power in March over supplying power to Commerce Park, a 
60-acrc copunercial development i" 


ri Coeiir d'Alene! 


Compiled fhsm wire irports 


review -of water rights in Idaho 
found no active rights held 
geothermal resources near. 
Yellow-stone. He said a curtem 
moraioriom on water dcvclopni'cnt 
in eastern Idaho prevents any 
threat to the p/ttk's gcyser.s in the 
near future. 

"Given the constraints on devel- 
opment in Idaho ... and the present 
lack of interest in geothermal 
development in the area, this leg- 
islation appears to be in harmony 
wit|i (he existing constraints in 
.slate programs on resource devel- 
opment." Andru.<: wrote. 

The bill apparently affects only 
the water right of ijic Church 
Universal and Triumphant at its 
Royal Teton Ranch north of' 
Yellowstone. Church officials and 
the National Park Service arc cur- 
rently negotiating Ti land trade that - 
would rc.solvc the dispute. 

Montana and Yellowstone 
National Park negotiated a compiict 
in 199? that quantified the park's 
reserved water right. Williams 
timeiidcd his bill to include the cum- 
pticl and a process by which the into- 
fiof secretary can certify that a state- 
run program adequately protects the 
park's geysers. 


The Idaho Department of Health 
and Welfare has reconuhended iiie 
Hcilieksuns care for all of the cliil- 
dreh. But' Ncbraska’.s' 'Social 
Services Department has refused to 
give the' couple custody of Krystal 
K c Im i . *11— April-Zicfkc:-9.- and- 


Kalcb Zierkc. 2. 


The Hellicksun's have had cus- 
tody of Cody Zierkc, 8, and adopted 
him this month. 

They say the custody battle has 
-taken an economic and emotional 
toll. Attorney fees and travel expens- 
es front their home in Aberdeen to 
Grand Island have cost them more 
than $7.U0() since their fight began. - 
But Ed Heliickson said "(he- 
moncy is immaterial compared to 

-die.kids.'l. - 

"We're here on faith in God and 
what little savings wc have left,” 
Mrs, Heliickson said. "We're broke 
and the .stale is not.” 

Kry.slai lives with her father’s 

-parcnt.s-ncar- Aberdeen.- April-and- 
K.-ilcb are in foster homes in 
Grand Island. 

"It's not right. These kids should 
be- with family.'’ Mrs. Heliickson 
said. "Tlicir plan is to place (hem in 
separate homes, n«i'f‘’T ih.em to be 

-with each other.”- — : 

Nebraska Social Services spokes- 


woman Kathie Oslcrman said local 
courts, will decide where the chil- ^ 
dren arc placed, using the slate’s rec- 
ommendtilion along with lho.se from 
therapists, county attorney.^, teachers 
and others involved with the chil- 
dren. 

“Tile department docs have.a very 
large say in what we would recom- 
mend-to-the court," she said. "Our 
concern is the best interest of the 

child However, we don’t _make 

(hose decisions on our own.” 

Tlie Hellick-sons said they believe 
they were given custody of Cody 
because of problems he had with 
several foster families. He was twico' 


in Kearney for p.sychological prob- 
lems. 

Now Cody’s second-grade report 
card shows all A'S'iind B’.s; he has. 
earned a ccrtific.itc for perfect atten- 
dance. In the past year, the youth 
placed "in.. six.-of-t>uycn j unjor 
wrestling tournaments in Idtiho. 


Court orders 4 teens, parents to pay for damages 


IDAHO FALLS (AP) — Four 
teen-agers and their families have 
been ordered to pay more than 
SI4.0IK) each for a May 29 rampage 
that caused more Ilian $250,001) 
damage to Clovcrdalc Elementary 
School. 

Almost nine weeks of-coiiimuniiv 


service and a year of house arrest for 
c:ich of the youths were included in the 
sentences li.inded down Wednesday by 
Clark County Magistrate Mildred 
MeClurc. ‘ 

Three 13-ye;ir-old boys and u 14- 
ycar-oIJ hoy pleaded guiltysfo arson 
and malicious injur)’ to property. Tlicy 


were accused of smtisliing computers 
and furniture and setting up to fires 
during an eight-hour spree. 

Juvenile hearings arc closed to the 
public, but the written dispositions 
were releiLsed by MeClurc "due to (lie 
high impact of thc.se cases on the com- 
munity." ' 






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Minidoka Joint District #331 

has proposed to increase its annual budget by an amount 
of ad valorem tax revenues that exceeds one hundred five 
percent (105%) of the ad valorem tax revenues, certified for 
its annual budget during the previous year by 2.88 percent 
or its ad yalorem property tax rate by 0 percent which will 
. increase its property tax revenue by 8.03 percent. The 

-- may mean to a taxpayer. 


1 



Last Year's 
Taxable Value 

77i«* Year's 
Estimated 
Taxable Value 

Last Year's 
Actual Taxes 

This Year's 
Estimated Taxes 

Fora typical 
home of $50,000 
taxable value last 

$50,000 

$51,625 

$199.20 

S201.&4 

year 





Foratypical 

farm of $100,000 _ _ 
taxable value last 

$100,000 

$103,250 

$398.40 

$409.28 

year 





For 0 typical 
busliu^of 
$200,000 taxable 
value last year 

$200,000 

. $200,000 

$796.80 

$792.80 


All citizens are invited to attend a public hearing on the 

Lnr-increased-tax rates. The 


hearing will be held June 21, 1994 at 6:30 p.m. at Minidoka 
School District Office, 633 Fremont Avenue, Rupert. 


CAUTION TO TAXPAYER: 

The amounts shown in this schedule do NOT reflect tax 
charges that are made because of voter approved bond 
levies, override levies, supplehiental levies, or levies 
applicable to newly created taxing districts. 















Weekeni 



Today 

• Music: Paul Revere & the 
-|— R aWer 9 - w ilfi>erfofev-thfeu§h-SBft- 

day and Tuesday through Thurs- 
dayat Cactus Petes Resort Casino 
in Jackpot. Nev. For reservations or 
for more information, call 1-800- 
821-1103. • 

Saturday .. 

• Ice skating: 1980 Olyrhpic sil- 
ver medalist Linda Fratlanno will 
headline the Sun Valley Ice Show 

..at 9:30'p.rn. at the Sun Valley Skat- 
ing Center. Tickets, priced at $24 
general admission and $63 for a 
buffet dinner on the terrace of the 
Sun Valley Lodge, are available by 
calling 622-2231. - - 

• Books: Kimberly artist Gary 
. Stone is staging a sneak preview 

of artwork to be featured in his next 
Oregon Trail book from 11 a.m. to 
3 p.m. at Kimberly Nurseries. 
Slone will be available to auto- 
, graph his first Oregon Trail book 
during the same hours. 


• Music: Concepts Jazz will per- 
form from 1 to 4 p.m. at the foun- 
tain in downtown Twin Falls. The 

■■ local Jazz group is' led by Jeff Fox, 
who also plays tenor sax. Other 
“members are Bryan Crider on gui- 
~ far, "Dave* Wrighrorrbass-and-Deni- 
nis Heidle playing the trumpet. The 
-public is Invited to bring lawn 
chairs, spend the afternoon and 
have lunch at.one of the downtown 
restaurants. 

Sunday . 

• Music: A Braun Brothers re- 
union concert is planned for 1 -to 8 
p.m. at the Stanley City Park. Fea- 
tured entertainment will include the 
original Braun Brothers, Muzzie & 
The Boys, Kip -Attaway, Guy Clark 
arid the Suzy Markley Band. Beer, 
soda, hot dogs and hamburgers 

,-wili_be- avai lable , ^ing blankets 
and lawn chairs. 'No dbgs'or cool-" 
ers will be allowed. Cost Is $10 for 
adults and S4 for children age 12 
and under. 

' Upcoming 

• Parade: The Hazolton Fourth 
of July celebration will be held 
June 25 at the Hazelton City Park. 
A parade will travel through down- 
town Hazelton to kick off the festivi- 






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MIKE SAUSOUflY/Tho Tlm»».N»w« 


A busy scone in Angola Noiwort's studio whcVo tho Murtaugh artist Is preparing for a showing at the Metropolis Bakery Cafe In’ Twin Falls. At left is 
oho of thO'Unusual teapots she has. created. 



Muitaugh teapot artist draws on childhood, dreams for -creative expressions 


By Melissa Gibson 
Tiiiic.s-Ncws writer 

MURTAUGH - Arli.sl Aiisjelii Nciwert's 
showroom resembles siimeil)ing out of Alice 
in Woiurerhiml - except chiiracters like the 
Mad Halter, Queen of Hearts and White 
Rabbit would be.iaihe Ibnn of teapots. 

Since 1990, Neiwen'.s coniribuiion to the 
art world has' been her own inlerprctalion 
and design ofteapois, She has m'ore than 1 00 

- ul^UiescJlvvliiinsieaj^creaimns (Mi_dL^pJa y in 
her Murtaugh liome, wliieh is also Her sliow- 
room. 

"Some peopli,' look at my work in com- 
plete confusion, and I'll have to tell them 
'Well, what do you think it is?"’ site said, 
Some of her teapots have three spout.s, 

• some swirl with eolur.and some even, wear 
clothes and jewelry, Neiwert also makes 
“teapot scenes," like a wedding scene com- 
plete ^vith a teapot hride, teapot bridesmaids 
and a teapot llower girl. ’But no matter liow 
each pot is designed, all have a di.stincl per- 

— 

"I don’t like to think of my pots as being 

objects." siie said. "I like to ihink of tliem as 
companit)ns." 

Music Club 
sets concert by 
flutist, pianisL_ 

By Virginia Garber 
Times-News writer 

TWIN 1-ALLS — The auditorium at the 
-College of-Soiithcm Idnlio-will-lill-willi llic 
souiul-of flnicand piano on. June 29. when . 
the Twin Falls Music Club Scliolarship 
Foundation Inc. prc.scnt.s it.s evening of mu- 

*Cy Gilbert, an Idaho State University ju- 
nior and flutist for the night, c.xpecis the con- 
cert to be a erowil-pleaser. 

The program "is speeitleally designed to 
be appealing to the nuisie connoisseur as 
well as pleasing lo tlie general public." lie 
.said. ‘ • • , 

Pianist Mark Nciwirth of Pocatello will 
accompany Gilbert for a complete prognim 
■•live duel -pieces.- 


Show set 
Wednesday 

Angela Neiwert will be 
.showing her teapot crcr 
ations from 7 to 9 p.m. 
Wednesday at the Metro- 
polis Bakery Cafe, 125 
. — .MaiaAvu..!:. 


‘I find my Inspiration. in 
everyday, life. Ideas Jiist pop 
into my head all the time.’ 

— Angela Neiwert , 


Hadi teapot is made by band, she said. 
First, she "throws" ilte day using a pottery 
wheel and then sculpts the more iiiirieaie 
pieces' using shiKs ol’day. Then she hardens- 
tile piecc.s in a kiln and paints litem. 

A native of lidcn, Neiwert said that many 
of her designs are images from her child- 
hood or dreams that she records on a skeidi 
pad, "I find my inspiration in everyday life," 


tried a double empliasis in painting and ce- 
ramics, but decided that a flat canvas didn't 
liold tlie excilenL'rii of day. • 

"At suliool, 1 started out with acrylic 
paints." she said, "Bui then 1 got bored and 
cut the canvases into strange shapes. .And 
then, tifler that. 1 glued pieces- of pottery onto, 
the canvases to give it te.-«;ture." 

Cenmiics is more challenging than paint- 
^hc-aaidAwause-lhe many hours of. 


were hardening in a kiln. 

As soon as she discovers a broken piece, 
she said she "lias to Iiainmer it, throw it . 
away and forget about it as iiuickly as possi- 
ble" heeaiise a broken piece is \ery upset- 
ting. 

"It’s retilly lui^ work if ytni are feeling 
depressed,'] site said, "I have lo be in a good 
mood wlieti I work, because I wimi my pots 
to be happy pots." 

Ndwcri said that she can "easily" spend 
eight to Id hours painling a piece, 'i'he 
long est she l uis ever s pent on a single teapot 
i's two weeks, she said. The'work-isrttmc— 
consuming, but the long hours are needed to 
make llie pots "come lo life.'’ 

Neiwert sells her pieces out of her home 
and in galleries around souiliern Idalio. 
Small teapots sell for aboul SI5, while'a 
larger teapot scries can sell for as mudi as 
$?(H1. This business aspect of the art is the 
hardest. Neiwert stiid, because it means tliai 
she will have to pan with her pots. 

"I want to keep them all." she said, "be- 
caiise tlk-v are all so personal ic\ i: 


cause tlk-v are all so personal ic\ nu.-._l.tn:i 
teapots because they are someihing thai e 
cryone can relate lo. They are familiar to c 
erybody." 


.square dancers, a carnival, food 
booths and games-for all ages. A 
fireworks display sponsored by the 
Hazelton Lions Club and set off by 
the Hazelton Volunteer Fire De- 
partment is set to begin at dusk. 

• Music; The 25th Army Nation- 
al Guard Band will perform at 2 
p.m. June 26 in the gymnasium at 
the Bu'hl High School. The public is 

' invited; lAdmi'ssion is-Tree. but do- 
::nations-for the visitor’^ center_wilL 
be accepted. 

• Music; The Twin Falls Music 
Club Scholarship Foundation Inc. 
will present flutist Cy Gilbert and pi- 
anist Mark Neiwirth In'concert at 
7:30 p.m. June 29 in the College of 
Southern Idaho Fine Arts Auditori- 
um. 

Tickets, priced at $5 for adults 
and $3 for students 18 and under, 
are available at Kurt's Pharmacy. 

■ Everybody’s Business. Music Cen- 
ter. Jan's Music Outlet. Keith Jor- 
genson’s and Welch Music in Twin 
Falls; Sav-Mor in Buhl; Arlene's in 
Jerome and Welch Music in Burley. , 


tinitf. 

Nciwert's first fomtal an education came 
in college at Boise .Slate University. She 


liard work can "blow up in your face'.’ when 
pieces unexpectedly break. Neiwert said liiai 
she lias had many pieces crack while they eryhody. 


Every week, the t'A^ic~VaUey 
Weekend Calendar lists arts end 
entertainment events. 

To list an item, send it lo the fea- 
tures dopartmont. Times-Nows, 
P. O. Box 548, Twin Falls, ID 83303, 
or call 733-0931. Ext. 223. 

.Deadline for submitting items [s 
Wednesday. 


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Gilbert and Slelw-irtli will start the evctiing 
witli a sonata in G minor by J.S. Bach. . 
wliieh Neiwirth calls "a beautiful master- 
piece.’] 

"The Baeh piece is new- for both of us." 
Gijhcrt said. "We're really excited about it." 

'ilie second piece will be a Carl Rdnccke 
sonata, -nicknamed "Undine" for u water 
spirit from medieval inyihology said lo 
cause stoniis and lure sailors fo their deaths: 
According to Neiwirth, the music retlccLs tlie 
mytiiology. ^ 

"i’arts of it are very picturesque and fluid, 
parts are sweet and seductive, and the last 
part is very dramatic, passionate." he said.- - 
The edncerl's lirst half will eonchuie with 
"ratilasy" by GabHel Faurc, a "formula- 
Please see CONCERT/C3' 


Texas singer-songwriter joins Brauns 
for Father’s Day bash in Stanley 


—ByDcnise Turner — ■ 

■Fimes-News writer 

TWIN FALLS - Guy Clark's name 
doesn't appear on the record charts every 
week, but lie]s oriCii there behind the 
scenes. He’s wriiicn-htis-for-evcryonc- 
froni Tnmmy Wynciie to Sicx-c W.irincr to 
Vince Gill lo Johnny Cash to Wayloii Jen- 
nings to i’atly Loveless; 

These days. Clark, hiniself, oficii takes 
to the road, singing his own songs. His 
voice has been likened to the crusty sound 
of Kris Kristofferson, and people say he 
looks like Nick Nolle. His songs, written 
and sung from the heart, include crowd- 
winning originals like “Homegrown 

Tonuiloes, Hie Last Gunflgliter Ballad” 

and "Desperadoes Wailing for a Tniin." 

, Reviewers say lie combinos liiiinor w-ilh 




ids music. 

"I guess some people think it's pretty 
funny.” deadpanned Clark, in a plume in- 
terview from Ids Nashville home on Tues- 
day. 

Hdmegrown in Texas, the singer/song- 
writer grow up on the blues uml Mexican 
folk music, His lawyer father wanted him 
to be a doctor. 

Throughout high scliool, Clark played 
guitar for fun. Hvenlually. the fqjk.elub 
scene in Houston won Idni over. 

He's been kicking around the country 
music industry for more than' 20 years-, am! styles. His latest CD, "Boats to Build." 
he's currently preparing to record a new features cameos by Rodney Crowell. Liny- 
nllnuii. mylou Harris and Lee Roy Parnell. It’s 

Clark has a hard lime labeling ids imrsic. billed as “a wide-open mix that. lets you 
. beeause-lie leiys it retlects lots of dilVercnt hear all the Irciboard fingenvork." An ac- 


Guy Clark has 
written hits for 
Tammy Wynotto, 
Johnny Cash and 
Patty Loveless." 
He’ll perform this 
Sunday at the 
Braun Brothers 
Reunion Concert 
in Stanley. 


s released at tlie 

s run tlie ganuil from 
Please see STANLEY/C2 


. C-2 nmoa-Nowa, Tvsdn Foils, lda>io Ffiday. Juno 17, 1994 



Gary Stono's depletion of tho Oregon Trail crossing at the Deschutes River In Oregon Is one of the paintings Included In his 
and his wife’s, Bov, Oregon edition of the Oregon Trail book. 


Area artist off ers peek at next project 


KIMBLERY - Kimberly artistiGary Sionc is 
staging a sneak preview of anwork lo be fea- 
lured in his ncxl Oregon Trail book. 

The cvcnl is scl for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Saturday al Kimberly Nurseries. Slone will be 
available to autograph his first Oregon Trail 

buuk.during.thc-sameJiQurs — i 

Stone and his wife, Bev, arc hard al work on 
their second Oregon Trail book, which will fea- 


ture paintings of Oregon's trail roulc. II will be 
titled “Stone b y Sto ne on the Oregon TraU^ 
Oregon edition''^ and ts due out m lyyo. Their 
first trail book, “Stone by Stone on the Oregon 
Trail, Idaho edition'* Ls a hot seller. 

Stone has begun work on 22 pieces for the, 
new book. Saturday’s .sneak preview will fca^ 
lure eight of those paintings. 

- “1 went wiih the first wngnn t rain to Ofcgpn 
City, and 1 painlpd along the way,” Stone said. 
“People saw the first book and began sending 


u.s diarie.s and photos, so wc have 50 uiipub- 
Ii.shcd diaric.s to excerpt in the new book.” 

One of the' paintings to bCTtiottsplay — 
Saturday was painted along the Deschutes 
River. Another is of people lowering Ivagons 
down by rope on Laurel Hill. Mt. Hood. ' 

A third painting .is of the Old Stone House 
nc.ir Vale. Ore. A-fourth is of Oregon City, the 

end oOhcJrailj • _ 

“Eventually, we arc planning to do a fivc- 
bnok series,” Stone said, “one for each slate.” > 


DEAR ABBY: My husband s 

fnothefTs a lovely woman who has;-. DfiSP AbbV 

one problem: She is .sometimes aim- JW 
plctcly overbearing. I^f ^ AbigSlI 

When .she visiLs us, .she slays in our VanBurSn 

small aparimcni where wc.livc with I . 

our 2-ycat-oId son. Throughout her ' ' 

visit, there is no peace, no lime when about encounters with naked people, 
she i.s not pouting if wc do not spend Some of your other readers may have 
every waking moment with her. She some funny stories, loo. . 

is always cleaning or rcabanging our My favorite incident happened in a 
fumilutc, hut. worst of all, she talks local meat market in Watkins Glen, 
inccs-sanlly. . N.Y. It was during the Summer Jam 

— M y own— mofltef— wouhl-nevcj — o f - } d 73, - w hic h w as th e. largest- r ock 
Kfhnvr tliic u^:iv ninrrn rvrr held, mint's riohl - mOSl 


The three “R's" 1 advise for all people arc under the ml.sconccpiion , 
mothers and niothecs*in-law arc as that the largest'was Wood.stock, bUl 
follows: those of us who live, in Watkins Glen 

• ( I ) Respect the privacy of your know belter.) Anyway, Jim. the shop- - 

child, his or her spou.se and their fnmi- keeper, looked up lo see a bearded 
ly. hippie st.mding in front of his counter 

(2) Recognize that you are a guest with nothing on but one sneaker. 

in THEIR home. Not one to be easily nonplussed, 

(3) Rcllix-— -and if at all-posSiblc;— Jim reniarked, "I .sec you lost Q .sneuk- 

rhrrl- intn n h ntrl or molcl. You will cr.” Thc rcspoHSc, w.ns, “Hcy, man, 1 
be more comfortable, and so will . didn't lo.se a sneaker- 1 found one.” 
they. ■ Tlianks for'lcltlng me tell this -Story 

- WORN OUT IN WISCONSIN outside of Schuyler County. 

DEAR WORN OUT: Generali- -A FRIEND OF JIM'S 

/aiions arc dangerous - especially this ’ DEARTRIEND OF JIM’S: Tlianks 
one. I have heard from numerous for jjharing this story with me.* My 

w o m ef f(a nd' m crrr-4oo)-wlK>-ttdt>re — readgrytwt-alway . * ! u -w an-^pperT^ 

their mothers-in-law. 


Odly ,lu„ , ^ i™'" 

wivts Ihdr molhe::.-m-bw 


vives auorc incir mouicrs-m-iaw — _ — 


ones. I have loved my mother-in-law 

f CA _ . I . D,.,- /!/-. Inpe. plus check or muney order for 


J:iy) Phillips in Minneapolis. 


53. W (S4J0 in Cannda) lo: Dear 
Ahhy, Wedding Dookict, P.O. Box 


DEAR ABBY: I have enjoyed -i-fZ Mount Morris. III. 6I0.‘i4-O447. 
some-of-the-lcttcrs-you-bav'e-printcd (PosUigc is included.) 


,| COUPON 1 


Valley happenings 


Anniversary 


I Steajjtt & Shampoo May Ruin Your Carpet 

j Leaving dirt'Ottraciing cleaning fluids in your carpet j 


Optimist group plans Duck Derby 

jEROMb - I lie Jerome OptimisrScHolarship 
Foundation has planned a Duck Derby for Ihi.s week- 
end. 

Thc cvenTis .sci'fciV 4l30Tb Vi p.m.' Saturday at the' 
St. Benedict’s Family McdicuI Ccntcr park. The 
Jerome High School Octagon Club will be selling hot 
_dQgsjmdjjmla/%.;$.l»dltldii!!SjQldJ.in3.c-Ejddki3..will. 
provide cnlcrlainmenl. flic first 1(H) people (age 18 
and above) will receive a free lottery ticket. Ducks 
can .still be purchiiscd for $S each. 


Trophies to be awarded are provided courtesy of 
-gfui g K areti-ownof— of-Snako-Riwcr-Aircraft — • - 
Maintenance at thc Twin Falls Sun Valley Regional 
Airport. ... - J. .... 

. . For more information, call Gary -Thicltcn at 73‘l-. . . 
4001 or 734-6288. 


Fly-in Father’s Day event slated 

SAWTOOTH CITY - Th'e annual Smiley Creek 
Fly-In and Falhcr's Day Breakfast is planned for 
Sunday at the Smiley Creek/Calcna airstrip. 

Private pilots are invited (o participate in the “Spot 
Landing on Approach” contest. Pilots must land 
between the orange markers. 

Judging will be from 7:45 to 9:15 a.m. An outdoor 
brcakfa.st will be served by Kevin Owings, owner of 
the Hangar Restaurant, from 8 to 10 a.m, 


West Magic club sets breakfast _ 

“~SH0SHUNH - Tfre'Idh7io“Wcst Magic CBtc ‘ 
Recreation Club has planned its annu.il Father’s Day 
Breakfast for 9 a.m. to noon Sunday on the deck at 
Magic Park. 

■nic public, is welconic. Co.st is S4 for adults and 
S3 for children ages 11 and under. 

For' more inform.ition. coll Alice Rooney at 788- 
4187. 



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HAGERMAN - Bill and Helen 
Stincmates of Hagerman will cele- 
brate their 50th wedding anniver- 
sary with a surprise party for family 
and friends at 1 p.m. Saturday at the 
Hagerman City Park. Casual dress 
and no gifts plexse. 




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Father's 


for Sunday 


The Braun Brothers Reunion 
Concert is sct.for 1 to 8 p.m. 
Sunday at Stanley CilyPar'k. 

Thc Father’s Day event, hosted 
by Idaho entertainer and recording 
.aplst Muzzic Braun, is an annual 
event. Tiic-outdoor show will begin 
al 1 p.m,, with Braun being joined 





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Billy, a.s well as his four sons. 

Other entertainers scheduled (o 


perform include Texas songwritjng 
legend Guy Clark, Suzy Markicy 
and her band and Braun friend Kip 
Allaway. 

Bring lawn chairs and blankets. 
No dogs or coolers. 

Admission is SIO, for adults and 
S4 for kids under 12'. with proceeds 
going to the Stanley City Park. Hot 
"dogs, hainburgcxs,.bcer and pop” 
will be available. 


1/2 Price 

MbIcIi Kll with 
Bagglag Model* 

Roy. S44.09 


Stanley. 


-Coniinued from'CI -. . _. — 
teens to older people, and he likes 


doing shows. 

"But writing' sbngs'is still the • 
main way I make money,” he said. 

His main goal, he added with a 
laugh, is to make more money with 
them. 

Clark is 52. and he's married to 
songwriter Susanna Clark. His 27- 
year-old son travels with Dad and 
plays bxss for him. 

Clark i.s not sure what he will do 
on Father’s Day, besides perform- 
ing at thc Braun Brothers Reunion 
. Concert . 

"But maybe my son will phiy for 
free,” he said. 



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SNEAK PFtE\nEWI 

Watch Cary Scone Paint 

Gary's working on thc Second Oregon Trail book. 
While youTe here, pick up an autographed 
copy of Stone By Stone on the Oregon Trail. , ' 



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OAKLEY - Oakley's annuiil 
lour of lusiofic houses .will.be 
held from 9:30 aim. to 2:.30 p.m. 
.Sayirday. 1 - 

Tickets must be purchased at 
Howell’s Opera House, where a 
video. presentation will be shown 
at the start of each tour. Tours be- 
gin every, half hour. Cost is S4 


perper.soit. 

The' tour features five homes, 
plus the Daughters of the Utah 
. I’ionecrs Museum, the Fartiicrs 
Commercial and Saving Bank 
(now the city office) and Lay- 
ton’s antique cabin. Participants 
will be able to drive between the 
homes. 

For more information, call 
Kent Hale at Kf)2-3493. 


Continued from C3- • 

piece written in typical French con- 
servatory style.” 

The composition has a “slow, i 
flowery introduction" followed by . 
the “fast, showy main part of the 
piece.” Neiwirth.said . 

The second half of the program 
will begin with Dohusla v Martinu's 
first .sonata for flute and piano, mu- 
sic of “riiytlimic vitality and unusual 
•harmonics,” Neiwirth .said. •• . 

“It’s a very virtuosic piece - diffi- 
— x-nrlf-rnTd-fittshy-farbot h p e rfuiiii e i ' s, ''' • • 
he added. 

Tliis piece-appealed to Gilbert be- ’ 
-cause. iU.s a very refined compost- - 
tion. Neiwirth called it “one of the 
most important flute and piano 
pieces of tlic 20th century.” 

The concert will conclude with 
’’^Carmen Fantasy," variations on the 




Tick ets on sale 
for concert 

-- - Tluf jTwin FaIls..Music Club 
Scholarship Foundation Inc. 
will present flutist Cy Gilbert 
and pianist Mtirk Neiwirth in 
concert at 7:30 p.m. June 29 in 
the College of Southern Idaho 


mam ihemes of an operaTiy Gcdrges/'[ ~Tinc Auditorium. 


Bizet, According to Gilbert, most Tickets, priced 'at -SS for 
parts of the music arc very flamboy- ■ adults and S3 for students 18 
ant, and some are sensual and the and under, are available at 

__ entire piece is playfu l and te chnical- Kurt ’s P harmacy, Evcrybody’.s ^ 

ly na.shy. * Dusine.ss. Music Center, Jan’s 

Tliis program prepared by Gilbert Music Outlet, Keith Jor- 

and Neiwirth is the first major fund- gensen’s and Welch Music in 

raiser for the Twin Falls Music; Twin Fulls; Sav-Mor in Buhl: 
Club Scholarship Foundation Inc. ' Arlene’s ia Jerome and Welch 
as a newly-incorpnralcd. non-profit Music in Burley. 

—foundation. To-ordcr-ticketB-by-mHil. — 

According to' Rexine Glenn of the send a check to.TFMC Schol- 

music club, all liclfet sale money iirship Foundation. P.O. Box 

- -wili-Bo toward provlding’scholar- 1’538.‘ ■Twiri'T.TllsV ■TilTilio*" 

ship.s for young Magic Vullcy must- 83303-1538. 

c'fhs. People who wish to con- . 

A-SI.0.0.0_donulioji_f£Oin_lhc iribuic-wiUiouuaucudiAAJhii— ■: 

“Grccif^IllcT^ajfO^irirircrryTiTmriJ^ concert arc invited. to pay'ior 

lion. Magic Valley Ear, Nose and ticl<cis for studenls'’Trom llic 

Throat, will help pay the expenses Idaho School for the Deaf and 

of the concert. Blind in Gooding. 

The two musicians have played I — , 

together for conccns iiudi.ions ttntl Twin Falls „„d 

competitions Since 1988. Pocatello 

“As a flutist, it s always hard lo Qmj, Gj||,er, .,nj Neiwirth were 


Ingrams set at Malad park 

HAGERMAN - Two'interpretive programs 
arc planned for this wcokend at Malad Gorge 

I .StatePark, 

^' one-hour slide program aDinirnicTrallve" 
“Fisli H.awk” (the osprey) is set lo begin at 9;.30 
p.m. Friday at the park picnic shelter. Visitors 

- can learn about this raptor 'and its lifc.slyle, in- 

cluding nesting habits, growili and hunting abili- 
ties. . > 

A two-hour guided nature hike of Woody’s 
Cove will begin at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Partici- 
p:mls should bring w.ntcr, wear sturdy shoc.s and 
meet at the park picnic area for the drive lo 
Woody’s Cove. On the hike, visitors will leant 
how Woody’s Cove w.is formed. Deer, golden 

ciigTiTs~riiiJ~red;i3llgdTtTiw k.s Jii.iy be .seen. 

Admission-is.frec.-and-the-public-is.invitcd. 
For more informatioh (jn these or future pro- 
• grams, call (208) 837-450,s; 

Jaa: group (o play at fountain 

’TWIN FALI-S - Concepts Jazz will- perform 
from 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday at the fountain jn 
downlowiiTwin Falls. 

TIic-IoctI jaz z' g r nu p i . s Icd-by.-Jcff Fox? whb~ 

also plays. tenor so.x. .Other, members arc Bryan 
Crider on guitar, Dave Wright on ba.ss and Den- 
nis Hcidic playing ilie.lrumpcl, 

The public is invited to bring lawn chairs, 
spend the afternoon and have lunch at one of the 
downtown restaurants, 

Tour-^clieduled-at-fossil beds 

HAGERMAN - A ranger-directed program 
devoted lo examining rabbits, beavers, mice and 

- other furry creatures that lived in what is now the 
Hagerman Valley during ancient time is set for 
Saturday. 

Tlic program discusses what the environment 
was like when these niammals lived, died and 
became bu ried i n l lie sedime nts to later heco'me 

- fus-MlIzcU. iFBegins at 9 a.m.at the National Park 
Service Visitor Center, across from (he Hager- 
man High School on State Street (Highway 30). 
Bring a viihiclc capable of withstanding dirt 
roads and pos.sihlc‘muddy cotuiilhms for (ho tour 
to (he Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monu- 
ment, • 

A few people' may be able to ride with the 
ranger. Wear sturdy 'shoes, Some light liiking 
may be involved. Tlic activity i.s not .suitable for 
phy.sically limited individuals, 

— For-pcople who would like;.to.yiew.Um neW.ex- .. 

■hibiLs and audio-visual programs, the visitor cenr 
_lcMS open from jp 5 pjp. .s even da ys a _ 
week.''BobEs bn fbs.sili5', * geology, liaiurc and ifie' 
Oregon Trail are available for purchase, 

• For more information, call (208) 837-4793, 

^l5ifban3'sertoT)lay'arvvtnery — ^ 

CALDWELL - Sle. Chapelle Inc. opens this 


Ffidny, Juno 17. 1994 'Tlmos-Nows, Twin Falls, lUnho C-3 


year’s Jazz at (he Winery season with a "big ' :it the Bulil High School, . 

hand bang. • . The public is invited. Admission is free, but 

Idaljn native and legend Gib Hochstnisscr and .donations for tiie visitor’s center will be accept- 
- hLs band, Tlic Kings of Swing, will prcschcold- ed. 


14068 Sifnny Slope' Road. All fathers will re- 
ceive one free logo wine gla.ss. 

Gaies open at noon, and tours begin every h.ilf 
hour until 4 p.ni. 'Tlie winery is open ffom noon 
to 5 p.m.. with limited, set wine l.islings during 
that time. Musical entertainment is planned for 
1:30 to. 4:30 p.n\. Cost is S3 per person; under 
age 12 is free. ‘ , 

Clark Catering will offer a ready-to-eat 
gourmet menu. Wine is available by llie glass 
and bottle, and soft drinks arc also available. ' 
Families arc encouraged to hrint; their vouim 
children. Dogs are allowed if Ihey are leashed 

■anthindcrconmil: 

For more information, call Kathy Mertz or 
Tanimy Gibson at 459-7222. 


Mntage cars to make stop in Wells 

WELLS, Nev, - Vintage cars racing from 
coast to coa-st in the Interstate Battery GrcatRace 
-wULbc-iilDppiiJgJu-Wclls for Junch. Wednesday.. 
Drivers arc vying for $250,000 i n pri zx money. 

The U.S, Navy Band will perform beginning at 
10 a.m. (Pacific Daylight Time), and local Buy 
Scouts will do a fl.ag presentation. A Shinctime 
Car Show featuring cla.ssic cars and the Tc Moke 
Band, with Native American dancers, teepees 
and art will be on display. 

T)ic.GjcatRaa:.pfoviiJi'.s family n'lUjrainmaii. 

. All events take place at the 4-Way Ca.sino. Ad- 
mission i.s free and the public is invited. Food 
will be available for purchase. For more informa- 
tion. call the Wells Cliamber of Commerce at 
(702) 752-3540. 

Hazciton sets celebration in June 

HAZELTON - The Haz.elton Fourth of July 
cclehraliqn will he held June 25 at the Hazciton 
City Park. 

A parade following the theme. “Days Gone 
By,” with Amos Human as grand marshal, will 
travel through downtown Hazciton to kick off- 
the festlvitie.s, Anyone interested in being in the 
parade should contact Carma or Diane at the 
Hazciton Branch of the West One Bank or cull' 
829..5441. Eniric.s should be ready lo line up at 5 ' 
p.m. at Hazciton Repair on the west end of Main 
Street. 

■Die celehraliomincludes squ.ire dancers, a car- 
•mvali'nJtTJ'b'bblhs ahd'gamcs fti7“ill¥^^^ 
works dLspIay spun.sofed by the Hazciton Lions 
C’lulr antJ'scforr byilicTInzelioii VolLunccr Fite “ 
Department is set to begin at dusk.- • - ■ 

OiiBiff.hanilperforms in-Buhl 

BUHL -The 25th Army National Guard Band ’ 
will perform at 2 p.m, June 26 in the gymnasium 


Symphony chooses musicians 

IWIN Falls,- The Magic Valley Symphony • 
has announccd-its selections from the youtli . 
.soloist auditions. ’ 

Anna Gcrrtsh of Filer and Catuiis Griff, Emily 
Hadley and Z;ikari Frantz, all of Twin Falls, are 
tlic winners of the Magic Valley .Symphony 
Youth Soloisr Compclilion. They will perforin 
with the symphony at its first concert of. life 
. 1994-95 season set for Oct. 9 in the Fine Arts 
Center at the College of Southern Idaho. 

C»irn.4u:imL£lntt;:tL-;il p.-rFumi in D 

Min or for Two Pianos’- by Poulcoc..BoHi pian ists 
arc students ol Simlamil lloltmait ol Idalio ballsl 
Hadley, who studies flute with Patricia George of 
Pocatello, will play “Concert for Flute" by 
Chaniinadc; atici Frantz. wlto-Mudics-saxophoiie--. 
with. Lawrence Curtis of Twin Falls, will play 
“Concern) for Alto Saxoplionc” by Glazounov. - 

Virginia Dilworth of Rupert, a clarinetLsi. and 
..oboist. Katie Hadley of Twin Falls were named 
firsi_and second aiicrnaies respectively. 

Competition judges were Randy Earles, a fac- 
ulty member at Idaho Slate Vniversily, and Roy 
M;mn is a former professor from ISU. 

Tcasley students held recital 

TWIN FALLS - Students of Marlesc Tc aslcv~,' 
performed during a-recital June 1 1 at Tcaslcy’s 
home. 

Tiiose who performed were Kylic Bogge.vs, 
Erickn Huclher, Rachel Arkoo.sh, Savannah , 
Boggess, Emily Schmid, Alaina iluether, Patrick 
Dulin, Rachel Slaiter, Danny Rupredit, Ann;i 
Peck and Enimeli Slatter. 

Dilettantes present scholarships 

-TWIN-FALLS — The Dilettante Group of 
Magic Valley has pre.seiite^ 20 scholiirsliips in 
varied amounts to local students. 

Because of the generosity of audiences at liic 

group’s nmsic.sl shows-diirihg the past -36 year?: 

the group lias been able to. give more llian 
SlOO, ()()() in scholarships and grants to Magic 
Valley re.sidcnis to help further their education in 
(he arts and give them the opportunity lo partici- 
pate in various workshops and special classes. 

1994 recipients are Nicole Golay of Kimberly; 
JcnnifeijbnciLand.Jcff_Dro.wn, boi h of Filer: _ 

Aimie Stauffer, 'Angela Bingham,. Sean Capps 

.umLQuiru.IEglcy,:all-urJcromui ami Tavia-Lin 

Gilbert. .Laura Todd, Morgan .Williams, "Jessie 
Hamilton. Zak Frantz, Nicole Brunyer, Dane 
Martens, Susie Asleii, Jnson Bear. Bclliani 
£raniz;UJ3ysha-liraiuzpNatlianz\Vvlch‘7mrd‘5iaT^ “ 
Well.s, all of Twin Falls, 

Compiled from staff reports 


AS a uuiisi, II .s aiway.s uira to Giu,„, Neiwirth were 

S' nrsl.pl»c.- winners of Ihc Idaho 

Mark, Or hart said. H.s rhyl irn ,s „f Music Clubs' oul- 

JO .strong; lus n,u.s.cal inlcrprelatirrn ,,,|nding high .school graduate ntu,,i- 
I.s very njalure arid rennedt hl.s leeh- ,,i„„ sufuiiSjiup tile federa- 

nimii! I.s fnnmii.-ib c." 


Woodstock goes upscale: Tickets at $135 


ni^e i.s fonnidablc. lion's trust fund scholarship. 

Neiwirth .said of Gilberl, "He ,s n . , , , , ' 

dream lo play wilh — we hardly A native of sou hern Idaho and a 

even have lo rehearse. Technically, f;?il.nnle of Manhallan Sdioril of 
he’s superb. Working wilh him is a Music, Nciwirlh made Ins Carnegie 


lie’s superb. Working with him is u 
great luxury for me." 

Gilbert, who grew up in Twin 


Mull solo debut in 1980. 

Ho now. tc.nchcs pilino in Pocalel- 


Falls, is the son of Terry and Carr performs j.hrc)ughoul the 

olyn Gilbert. He has studied flute country with the California Trio, of 

since-aBC“8'Ttnd*ncwtakc!rlcssons“''‘bicli-lMJ-is-H- founding member, 
from Patricia George of Pocatello. nnd as a recitalist, concerto soloist,' 
The list of his leachers includes dl'iimber musician and accumpa- 
John Barccllona of Long Beach ... • ^ , 

Stale University. Hal On of Ccmral N'w '■'“ik 

Washington University, Ervin Mon. C")'- Neiwirth loured the emintry 
roe of the Detroit Symphony, a,eom,t|unily concert soloist 
U-onne Buyse of llie Universily bf Ib'img i Columbia Artis s Manage. 
Michigan, Eleanor Lawrence' of T'”;’, ?■' 

New York, Trevor Wye of England. '1" Naluinal Pederation of Music 


Clubs’ Young Arlisi.s Competition 
Del Slaughter of Twin Falls imdjo hilH.ili“19fi3 and 19S51 
Gerrish of Filer. -. Now serving .is president of Mu- 

Gilbcrl has received partial tu- sidans West Inc., a non-profit cor- 
iiion scholarships to music festivals poralion which produces concerts 
in Idalio, Washington and Ten- <‘nd educational projects, Nciwirlh 
ncsscc and to Lc Domaine Forget >•’> ^d.so the founder of Studio 1 10, a 
International Music Institute in multi-purpose arts facility in 
Quebec, Canada. And he has panic- Pocatello. 

ipalcd in master classes with musi- He performed in March at the 
cians from the New York Philliar- Ojai Music Festival in California 
monic Orchestra and the Paris Con- -md this month on NBC'.s Today 
*' sc^vatory of Nfusic . " — •* • ■ - * -Show, wilh the Ciilifornia-Trii),-— — 

In addition to guest soloist per- Neiwirth will launch the new 
— formHnces.-Gilbcrt-appcars-rcgul.ir— Musicians-West Summer Festival in 
ly wilh the Jan Olson Jazz Trio and Pocatello in August. 


By Joe Lognn 

Knight-Riddcr News Service 

Maybe Woodstock '94 wiU’turn 
put to he n seminal event for another 
guncralipn. Maybe it’ll merely he a 
S30 million failed attempt at recap- 
turing the spirit of die ‘6l)s, 

'nicrc’s plenty of lime for the crit- 
ics and the pundit's lo debate that is- 
sue. Fur anyone considering attend- 
ing the two-day festival in mid-Au- 
gu.st, die need is for details. And de- 
tails arc what ihe eonecrr organizers- 
relen.scd Monday in New York, 
WHEN AND WHERE. Aug, 13 
and 14. in the Upstate New York 
town of Saugerties (pop. 2().0()0). 
The actual site, witli two giant 
stages, will be an 8‘10-acrc tract out- 
side of town, big; enough to accom- 
modate thousands of campers among 
the expected crowd of 250,000. 

MUSICAL ACTS. The entertain- 
mcnl will range tram grunge oamis 
of today, lo alternative rockers, to su- 
pergroups lo throwbacks from the 
original Woodstock. So far. here’s 
who is signed, sealed and .delivered; 
Acrosmilli, Alice in Chains, Allman 
Brothers Band, Arrested Develop- 
ment. Johnny Cash. Jimmy Cliff’s 


All Star Reggae Jam (featuring Rita 
Maricy and Shabha Ranks), Joe 
Cocker, (he Cranberries, Cro.sby 
Stills and Nash, Cypress Hill, Bob 
Dylan, Melissa Etheridge, Peter 
Gabriel, Green Day, Melallica, the 
Neville Brothers, Nine Inch Nails, 
Porno for Pyros, Red Hot Chili Pep- 
pers, Rollins Band, Santana and Spin 
Doctors. Other artists and comcdic 
performers will be added lo the line- 
up laler^ 

'nCKErS;.’rhcy aren’t cheap, The 
first Woodstnek'in i9ft9:cosr$l«" 
(for tho.se who actually paid to get 
in), Tlii.s time around, promoters arc 
limiting the concert to 250.0(10 tick- 
ets, which will sell for SI 35 each, all 
avail.ible llirtiugh I'ickeimaster (800- 
775-0278). 

Bccau.se of the traffio-congcstlon 
at the original Wood.slock, Wood- 
stock '94 conccngocrs arc being cn- 
couraged to car-pool or, heller yet, 
rule one ot the chartered Duses 
ing from 18 cilic.s', Only those char- 
tered buses will be allowed onto the 
Woodstock grounds. Bus-lickct - 
pack.iges (S135 plus bus fare) will go 
on sale Wednesday at 3 p.Ai. ET, via 
Ticketmaster. 

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800-775-0278 in Pennsylvania. 201- 
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8383 in I’rinceton. (In more distam 
cities, air travel packages will be 
available). 

'riiose hot opting for mass transit 
may havc.ii har.der iimc buying a 
ticket. On June 26. after the bus and 
air packages have been sold, the re- 
maining tickets will go on sale. To 
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also S]35.'Will be .sold only in blocks 
of four, wilh one parking puss. 

— TIcktr-buycrSAVlirrcceive'lhcif ' 
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with a packet containing information 
such n.s event schedules and acenm- 
modations. 

SECURITY/ACCOMMODA- 
TIONS. At Woodstock — who ex- 
pected lialf;i million people?.— 
there were woeful shortages of food', 
hathrooms and medical supplies. 
Tliis lime, organizers arc better pre- 
parciT 


Thanks to New York’s “mass- 
gathering" act. enacted after the ’(i9 
concert and better known these 
days as the Woodstock Law, ihcrc 
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food stands, several hundred medi- 
cal personnel and security types . 
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writes to 


classical 

melodies 


By Robert M. Kahn 
llie .Slamhird Advocal 


Neil Sedaka fmmd a few youd 

ccinroirm ' 


lipCOTT 

-GUt^- 


men n 

-ittg-Piviyyfiim-releii?" 
sically Sedaka.” 

"I picked iKc best collaluua- 
lors — Chopin, Tchaikovsky — 

' ihey're’ exlraouHhary." Sedaka 
commenled during a reccni 
phnne inlendcw from Brunson. 

-Mu„.whcrc.he wub.oiUoui, 

Sedaka’s lasi Polygram 
record, "Timeless.” went plat- 
inum in the United Kingdom 



Sodaka 

K)f(er-."Then 1 thought, 'Why- 
are ihes; going to buy me if 
Torme and Sinatra are doing 
ihat?' So I sat down with my 
wile and said "Wlial can 1 diT lliiil”' 
no one else will do?’ That would 
be sing and play classical 
music,” he says. 

So Sedtika — best known for 
his pop hits "Breaking Up is 
Hard to Do" and “Laughter in 
ilie Rain" — took classical 
TnTIifdies~rro'ni'-tlic likes of 
Chopin, Tchaikovsky. Rtichma* 
ninoff and Puccini, and penned 
nmianlic lyrics to them, ' _ 

-111 In l j u s l j iv er the ti uioti .imi 
■ih'e“rc-?riiii.T;'*'ht!“sri>'^or^tTtr* 
album. “It’s like ‘Phantom of the 
Opera’ meets Pavtirollil" 

"Classically Sedaka,’’ due out 
abroad in January lyy.*! and 
stateside soon thereafter, offers 
the artist singing in a classical, 
operative style, 

"1 think people will he sur- 
prised.” Sedaka says, "It’s my 
i)esl achievemOnt so far on 
record,” 

'Ihe sdeclitins on "Classically 
Sedaka" aje iiiyrtad.. One is 
called "The Keeper of My 
Heart,'’ based on a Rachma- 
ninoff rliapsody. There is jilso 
"Neverending Serenade,’’ set to 
Chopin's "Nocturne in A Flat.” 
Another is <vriiien to Debussy's 
"Claire do Lune." Still another Ls 
based on an tiria from the' 
Puccini opera '‘Turandol.’’ 

Sedaka says he did not feel at 
all intimidated adding lyrics to 
these centuries-old staples. One 
reason may be because lie was 
classically trained at- the Julliard 
School in the early iy.S()s. "i was 
prepared both emotionally and 
musically,” he says. "I’ve been 
writing lyrics for many years. 
- a n tlT -i tfst T ’ cl n ' eiy ii i s|ii i cd,~ 

Most of these new lyrics, in 
fact, were written while on a 
recent lour of Soullieasi A.sia. 

"i wrote on little scraps of 
paper." Sedaka explains. "I'd be 
in restaurants and I would pick 
up a napkin and the lyrics would 
just flow out of me and I’d start 
writing. My wife was afraid to 
lluow anything out.” 

Oftc of the original creators of, 
the "New York City" sound of 
the ‘50s and aullior of more than 
1,000 songs,- Sedaka’s artistry 
-hiis evolved itvcr-lhc-y&irs. 

His career spans Omr decades 
and includes such hits as 
-"Calendar-Girl," "Where the 
Boys Ace" (recorded by Connie 
.Franei.s),-.*Urcakmg Up. is Hard, 
to Do." "L;iughter in the Rain" 
and the 1975 Grammy Award- 
winner "Love Will Keep Us 
Together," recorded by Ihe 
Captain andTenillc. 

"I’m very proud of that song,"- 
Sedaka says. "It was a perfect 
pop record in 1975 and ‘ 79 ." 

During the 1970 .S. Sedaka 
recorded for niton John’s "RcKket 
Records" label, which alsti distrib- 
uted works by Kiki Dee, Brenda 
Rassell iind Cliff Richard. "Ellon 
and 1-mct in England while I was 
-Hving-thcrc;^‘-Scdaka'TccaHxr“I- 
had had a c'oupic of IritH'-Wilh 
lOec. Ellon came to my flat in 
I.ondon and said they slimild be 
rclcn.scd in the United Stales. He. 
wcnt!on the'mdio ;ts ‘EJ the DJ’ 
and would piny’cuts from my 
album. I had the most- expensive 

PK man in llie W0na.-“ 

-Sedaka’s No. 1 smash "Bad 
Blood" lopped liic charts in the 
mid-’7()s. 

lie now regularly performs 
'wiitr major orchestras aiid 
impresses classical music fans 
with piano concertos along with 
his own compositions during live 
performances. 





By Kira L. Btllik 
'ilic Associated I’tc.Cs 

— I’lIII-ADEU'lllA — Maltinijj ~ 
and, marriage — have prompted 
Bonnie Rtiill to clrrscly examine both' 
the external and internal parts of her 
life, a journey Ihat inevitably has 
tinged li'cr art :is well. 

ICs an evolution that has given 
deeper meaning to many «>f the soiigs 
on her latest record, "l.onging in 
Tlicir Hearts.” 

"I think llirrc arc some issues alunit 
your own-ability to (rust and let go 
own iibililv to forgive and 


Bonnio Raltt has garnered seven Grammy Awards after 23 
years IrrifYeThusIc bDSlness Datsays-herfeeHngs during con — 
certs haven’t changed. The people are out there because they 
chose to come see you in concert, and that Is a great gift.’ 


accept yourself and the other person 
"in'yilurllfcnlinryn«-pmbabiy-h!ive-lo- 
come to terms with as you.gcl older 
anyway?* the (jorlysomcthing singcr- 
songwrilcr-guilorist say.s. 

"You rcnli/c Ihat you’ve been play- 
ing house willi people, or maybe not 
being its re.il or as scriou.s altout them, 
becausc-yuu-wcre.waiiing.Tuf-lhc,. 
cpiote. 'real thing' to come along. 
And then you End yourself in your 
3l)s and you have to ask yourself. ‘If 
this isn’t the real thing i'lu in. why 
haven't I let my.sclf be in the posilum 
to find ihcTcal lliing?'” 

R'ailt calls ht:r.mai:ci 
iVficliacl O'Keefe three ycurs ago 
empuw.cring. a chance u» blend the 
values of O’Keefe's Catholic up- 
nringing and her own Quaker philo- 
sophies. . 

"lie comes from a family where 
people did gel married and. 1 came 
from a generation of w<imcn anti men 
who, for the first lime in history, 
didn't find it ncccsstiry Iti get married. 
So 2(1 yenrs on in niy adult life, I 
thought" it was such a novel and very 
romantic and very deep step lt> lake," 
she said in a phone interview. 

‘'Fof”iiicT'rii'affiage'wa5"maWng'tiT 
commilincnt to gel more serious 
about the things that were .slopping 


Nashville notes 

me frogigelling dose - — iioldi ng'ou t 
fitr what I really' deserve aiury^jrnrt" 
reaHy-wani-amJ not ItiO^ing at love 
llitough'konie colored glasses of basi- 
cally being in love with love." 

.. Maturity carries into Rai'tl’s auilude 
abtnit her career as wcll.-Tiiking home 
a total of seven Grammy Awards 
(four in 1989 for the No. I album 
"Nick of Time" and her duel “In tlie 
Mood" on John Lee Hodker’s album. 
"The Healer:” three in 1991 for 
"Luck of the Draw ") didn’t faze her 
alter .15 years in'n'TTIlttcrThrTngh-she- 
-still— can— find— hcrscll_quielly_ 
awe.slniek. 

■■Tve always been luckier than I 
..expected to be,_a.n_d_to be in the 
sirato.sphcre of lhc top lO for these 
last few years is a wonderful, yet 
somewlial unreal position,” site said. 

-' - "When tin: lights gn down-and Ego- 
out on stage, it isn’t really any differ- 
ent than it was in llie beginning, llie 
people are out there because they 
chose (0 come see you in concert, and 
that is a great gift." 

Their Hearts,’’ Rain’s 
record with producer Don Was.' 
is loaded with members of Rain’s 
impressive roster of friends — David 
Crosby, who sings on "Circle 
Dance"; Richard Thompson, who 
plays on "Dimming of the Day," a 
song he also wrote; The Band's 
Levon Helm, who sings on the title 
track, and Beninont Tench, one of 
Tom Petty’s Heartbreakers. who 
plays on "(C'irde Dance." 

• ■ "As wc get ready to gel in the stu- 
dio. I’ve already goj in my -mind wlio 
I would like to luive on the song and 
theni'whcTTWC-TictunHy-do-record-ii.- 
il’s pretty apparent," she said. "It’s 
basically just picturing which person 


would really perfectly fit on tach 
song. Ibat’s how I’ve picked them all 
.ilong," ' ' ‘ '~7 ■ 

Even though Raitl.’s life is going 

^ni<)*)thly-uuw,.T^Ilcr_mjimage_i^ 

happv. she kicked an alcohol problem 
several years ago — sopgs that hint at 
sorrow, at love gone' sour, at a certain 
svearine'ss ofspiril. still attract her. 

"I’m moved to sing about stuff 
where there’s pain and tlicre’s regret 
and anger and doidil and confusion," 
.she said. "Tlicsc songs arc all about 
real things dial I’m going through, but 
ihat.docsn’t mean I’m mchmcholy all 
the time. 

“fm not a pop sitigcr. 1 try to f 


lofdccpcr than certain suDjecis, so 
lliafiTaiilomaticnliy-going-to-getyoii- 
into darker waters." 

She docs hit some what she calls 
-"playful’-’.-nioiiients,on this record. 
The first single, for instance, "Love 
Sneakin’ Up On You," is insinuating, 
and buoyant, almost akin to. 
"Som1:ihfhg'To Talk About.” And 
•"Feelitig of Falling" longs to go back 
to the headincss of the early parts of a 
relationship, that feeling of losing 
• control. ■ 

"Longing in Tlteir Hearts" is pretty 
equally split between Raitl’s own 
songs arid those written by other pco?"'- 
nlc.’For her. choosing a song is "an 
intuitive procc.ss." 

"1 listen to so many hundreds of 
songs Ihat when 1 gel one that’s even 
in the ballpark, they stand out like the 
sun hitting a jewel in the middle of a 
sand dune." she said. “It’s like 
explaining why you’re attracted to 
somebody. 

"'1‘bcse songs lluii 1 end up putting 
on my records, from the first album 
on. (are) just instinctively the right 
song. I just have a very deep emolion- 
•nl-ctmnection loilion.?. 


The only pressure on her, Raill 
said, come.s from within. 


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'tic. 'ntese ''conlradictiuiis" serve to 
make sou an inietesliitg. fasdnaling per- 
.Min,-r>utii»g Jiily,-you;iI lH:-immeiM:d in-|- 
cummetcial prtijcd rctiiiiring iiitinc.vr' 
awareness ol lime limiiatiiin, You'll also 
he involved in serious rehilionship ili.it . 
acecnis iiiiititiil status. 

ARIES (Matclt 21-April l‘>); bkisc 
ends are tied - spoiligltl on legalities, 
parinetship. miirriage. I'oeus alko on ' 
fiKtd. survival, security, building nialeri- 
a!, Caiieet native plavs iii.ijor role, 

TAURUS lApril :l)•^lay JO): Diver- 
sify. ojitfii tines of eoiiim'uniealion. pui- 
elii'ise apparel, agree to lake charge of 
ciiterlainntcnl. Yi'u could be invtilved in 
cliarilable-polilieal priijeci, 'J'oii'll also 
l>c resptmsible Idr ptiljliealiiui, 

GEMINI (.May 21-June 211); Oicek 
details, read beiwee'n lines, be aware of 
laicsl reference material, C'realive juices 
stir, nientber of 0]i|kisiic sex s;iys, "You 
ate a fasciniitiiig critter!'' 

CAN(XR (June 2l-July 22): Review 
Aries mcs.sage, [disseminate iiifontia- 
lion, promote reading nialcri:!! aimeil at 
,lidpioglhosc,who need "leg up" flash 
of ideas fcuiored. 

LEO (July 2.1-Aug. 22): He ’'kind" in 
rdaiivc who "ixiurs out heart" - tells uf 
desire lo be musidan. limphasis 
diplomacy, inner sliciiglh, signincaiil 
domestic adjustment, (lilt received 
Mires love is not imrequiled. 

■ VIRGO' (Aug. 2.T-Scpt. 22): Prontin^. , 
fullilled in coiineclioii with refund. mo)(- 
ey, income. Ia>sl article returned, indi- 
vidual- who claims to hc-pwchrc'v 
l:ike credit. 

UDRA (Scpi. 2.1-Oct, 22): Jump inin 
frav - let others know yet .again you arc 
wiMing to light when e.nise is right. Fo- 
cus on .ibilily to "lesloie order." You'll 
gm credit for meeting de:idline. Capri- 
corn plavs role. 

SCORPIO (Oct. 2.T.NUV.-2I): Long- 
range ptospccls become ctysial clc.ir 
-Secrets revealed in uiumhodox fashion 
I'm "Uisi love" in iiuiel place - mean' 
avoid frasltalion. depiession. . 

SAGITTARIUS (N.w. 22-nec. 21) 
M;ikc fresh stall, accxnt originality, cre 
aliviiv. willingness to "lake a chance oi 
line." Libra moon highlights ahiliiy li 
win liicnds, lo have ginxl foitune in.fi 
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CAPRICC)RN-(l>ec^22-Jem:— IS);- - 

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nity..prizc-fighling. i’lofcssional superi- 
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prestige. Cancer native involved, 

AQUARIUS (Jan. 2ll-I‘ch, I.H): Sce- 
nario highlights distance. langu;tgc.'cdu-_ 
cation, [xrssibiliiy of joiimey. Key is di- , 
vcisincilion. vcisatiliiy, ability to blend ‘j 
humor with wisdom. 

PIS(32S (Feb. l‘).M;irch 20): Revj'<, 
'review, remodel, tear down for ulliinate 
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By ^lal Hinson- 
’niOVnshinglon-PoM 


'WASHINGTON a movie tilled 

"Spegd" rlnnsn’l ni-;h inin yiiiif v eins. «; pikillg_ 
your eyeballs and spanning them b'ack into 
your head, then what goodns it? 


Movie review 


It docsn'.l matter much that- ■‘Speed" is 
another huddy/iintj-huddy movie, this time 
pilling Keanu Reeves as Los Angeles SWAT 
cop Jack Traven against Dennis Hopper as 
. mad bomber Howard Payiic; or tbat.mosl of 
iLs big SCI pieces — oiLcyen ils basic premise. 


: pilfered from earlier movies. Summer 
^:rctron‘’nibvies“iire“expccIed'lo be 'derivative 
and formulaic. Tliey’re also expected to be 
brainless, subslanceless and noisy, and 
- -Sper^d-hils its marks on all three of these 
counts, too. At one point. Howard instructs 
Jack: "Do not attempt to prow a brain." And 
the filmmakers follow his advice to llte letter. 

What a movie like. this has to be, though, is 
fast — fast enough to drive every thought 
from your head, make you dig your fingers 
into the seal in front. of you and hang on far 
— <luar4i f c - A : uame4ag-likcASpeed— only upS-' 
the ante. And when Jack’s police' car zooms 
over the lop of a hill; soaring in from the top 
,, of the framc,-y«u-huckJe-your seal-belt and- 
setlle in for a good ride. 

iUnforlunately. you needn't have bothered. 
Undeniably, the picture now and again sup- 
plies Jhal cdge-of-lhc-scat sensation; yet,. by 
actipn-advcnlurc standards. "Speed" is leaden 
and strangely poky. It never seems to shift 
into overdrive and let fly. 



prevent the disaster — if he can. 

Undoubtedly, what the filmmakers were 
aiming for here was a kind bf strcamlinerl 
'muscularity, 'for llie narrative to bc-as nppcd- 

-us-Reev6s^new-aclion-hcro-hody^omu._ 

directors make' a career out of paring charac- 
ter and subtext lo'fhc bone. But in dc Bonl s • 
CJLSc this trait comes across as a sign tif inepti- 
tude rather than a stylistic choice, 

Whai,ihc dude docs, mostly, is talk on the 
plionc to his partner (Jeff Daniels), his 
superior (Joe Morgan) or his nutty adversary. 
But even Hopper, who’s spent, his career dri- 
ving on the wrong side of the road, seems to 
keep it between the lines. Every now and then 
we hear his mad cackle but in this case he s 


s tlie Maytag 


PMs oeufMvr TtnnMn CM«vy Fa 

Annio (Sandra Bullock) must keop a Los Angelos bus traveling above 50 mph or a bomb on board will explode. The 
bomber has chosen policeman Jack Traven (Keanu Reeves) to prevent the disaster. 

the most basic details of his characters’ lives. Iii the main event. Howard rigs a citv bus And because Jack had fouled up anollier 
Nor docs cincmalogJaphcr-lurned-difcclor In terms of story. "Speed" is just one thing with a bomb set Co go off when the vchiUc’s 
n dc Bom. waste lime clahoraling im even after another. speed dips below .'50 mph. 


of Howard's .nm.som schemes earlier in the 
week he’s the one Howard .singles out to 


repairman.' 

/* Tltc only performer to .stand out is Sandra 
Bullock as Annie, who’s pressed into service 
-its an emergency-bus driver.-lf- it weren t for-- 
ihc smart-funny twist she^gives to her lines 
the air on that bus would liave been stifling. 
Her main function is to represent' Jack's 
-potential squcczcrbul wisecracking behind 
the wheel, she emerges as a slightly softer 
version of the Linda Hamilton-Sigourncy 
-Weaver heroines: capable, Independent, but 
slilljirresislibly vulnerable. 

•The real sex object here, though, is Reeves, 
-who-willi-his Imi'sb cut and-pumped-up- 
physique is barely recognizable as the loose, 
eager-puppy actor from his earlier films. As 
Jack, he reads every line as if he really, really 
cared, and thnugb he’s undeniably hunky and 
cute as a button, he's so earnest that be lias no 
electricity, no life. The picture positions 
Reeves as a hip new action hero, hut if he 
doesn't gel some cra'ziness in his soul, he 
could wind up as the poster boy for the 
Young Republicans. 


‘Woir Opens at Mall Cinema; Lee adds charisma to 'The Grow’ 

- m:.rct.blVicnvisc. this niiii will probafly tea (he spihclcs.s,'iaunly gambict fitsr seen in the Meg Ryan anil Andty Ctircia star as a nitiJejn 
e.+il with tortutccl male atlttlcscenls. (Twin ABCTV series, and he’s eshaaslingly spimy. cnnple, as much ,n trouble as they areinh^^^^^ 
— Oncma) ~ JimIic Ristcr and James Garner co-.slar. Ttie coping with the effects of her problem drink- 


Los Angeles Tunes 


The following movies are playing in the 


Capsule reviews 


™;>al,;ar.adt.weSrReviet4ami,ythe hidden treasure hut ii’s mai^rhdm^wip 


Los Angeles Times, anil ratings arc bv the _ actors play-acting cowboys. (Twin Cinema, majcly v 
Motiun Picture Assoc on of America, WAY (PG-13)..Woody i, 

BEVERLY HILLS COP ill (R). Ad ^tTh tte pl„s a Harvard stiden. Who relucuttri^^ 

’ . t :ll 1 ., ..l.-.n.,., tl.m p-htinnp-1 it; n«l :is funnv aS the flTS 


TV^sL>w*^'is a live-action cartoon in every • Sundance Kid" and ’’The Apple Dumpling dcir.icls l>om the honesty of their perfor- 
-;cn*a- of the words - Much creativity has cone Gang." (Twin Cinema, Jerome Cinema) man ecs. (Twin Cinen^i) , 

I!1LT u;., NAKED GUN 33; THE FINAL INSULT WITH HONORS (PG-13), Brendan Fraser 





Tlic plot lias something to do with finding a His hallelic rampages are like waking night- for Feel OK. Mel Gibson stars 


Philippine 
censors ban 


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MANILA — I'liey’re at it again. 

When we last left the Philippine 
inovj.e censors, they were under 
siege for demanding cuts in 
"Schindler’s List," the Academy 
Award-winning Holocaust film IIS' 
Steven Spielberg. Then came an 
uproar over "The Piano." winner of 
three Oscars, which the censors 
effectively banned as "immoral." 

Both decisions were eventually 
overturned amid scathing criticism, 
but the Movie and Television 
Review and Classification Board, as 
the censors' panel is officially, 
known, has remained undeterred. 

Now it has banned "Belle. 
Epoque," the Spanish production 
that won this year's Oscar for Best 
Foreign Language Film. 

The decision has enraged movie- 
. goers anew, offended the Spanish 
Embassy here and created a poten- 
tially embarrassing distraction for an 
upcoming visit to Spain by President 
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Friday, Juno 17. 1994 Timos-Nows, Twin-Falls, Idaho C-7 


_ Actress-finds few-rdleg after starring---- 
in ‘Henry; Portrait of a Serial KiUer’ 


By John M. Giionna 
Los Angdes Times 

HOLLYWOOD — In a dozen 
years as a newspaper reporter, I 
have asked for only two auto- 
graphs. One of them was from my 
diildhood idol, pool player Steve 
Mizerak. 

— n»c-oilwr-^tW-from-Bc 

You know — Becky. Uie.ex-top- 
!css -dancer in the cult classic 
“Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer. 

I first saw “Henry" four years 
ago as a-Sunday maiinceTDufmg 
this inau.spicious film, bxsed on the 
lives of sclf-pnifessed serjal killers 
Henry Lee Lucas and Otis Toole, 
the not-.so-dynamic duo kills 1.S 
. people. 1 

In the dark-souled spirit of “Taxi 
Driver" and "Reservoir Dogs." die 
movie lakes a sinister, unabashed 
look at violence in America, featur- 
ing-a disturbing home invasion 
scene and others in which Henry 
— the epitome of the urban bogy- 
man — snaps necks, wields a 
screwdriver and decapitates a dead 
victim with a kitchen knife. 

When it was over, I needed 
instant therapy. I wanted to grab 
people by the collar ;us they filed to 
their cars and plead: "My God! 
How can wc let people do this to 
one another?" 

The movie's grip on me eventu- 
•slly wore off. Then came the recent 
day at Hampton's in Hollywood. 
That's when I saw her: She set 
down my french fries and asked 
innocently if I wanted another 
Coke. 

It was the same blond hair, that 
.same petite frame and those sky- 
blue cyc.s. No, it couldn’t be. 
Becky was my waitress! I swal- 
lowed hard and asked the question 
that scores of "Henry" cull follow-, 
ers have asked before me: "Ahem. 

-YouirfrBcckyrarcnil-you7ii 

— She-smticd-swccll)"and*nt»ddcd' 
her head. But when I recited a few 
-fAvoriieJinc5-from-thc-film,Jtacy. 



Arnold looked at me and said, "Oh, 
you even remember dialogue, Tltal 
scores me!" 

Then Arnold told her own scary 
story: how she'd been taken 
hostage by a movie. ' 

' Nine years ago, then barely 22, 
the singe actress went "front 
Shakespeare to .shock" — • landing 
her first film role in the iow-budgcl 
"Henry,” filmed in Chicago in just 
four weeks fo.rSlOO, (XX). 

Paid $2,000 aiongiwith two 
other flmt-lime film actors, Arnold 
played Otis' innocent kid sister 
who misguidediy -falls in lovc with' 
the brooding Henry and later falls 
to pieces o.s the movie's pitiful hist 
victim. 

Arnold thought she had scored 
big-lime with her first movie role, 
After all, she knew a lot about the 
real Henry Lee Lucjis, Some of his 
suppo.scu Texas victims were 


Tracy Arnold 
‘15 minutes of fame’ 

friends of her family. And Lucas 
— .now on Death Row — spent 
lime in jail near her. hometown of 
Georgetown. Tcx:ls. 

"Henry." filmed in 1985. was 
shelved for five years after receiv- 
ing an X rating for violence. But 
the film rose from the dead after 
critic Roger Ebert gave it a rave 
review at the 1990 Tclluridc 
(Colo.^ rilm Festival. 

Since llicn, “Henry" hOs inspired 
a folloxttng of zxialous fans. 

For co-stars Michael Rookcr, 
who played Henry, and Tom 
Towles •— who portrayed Otis — 
the movie.'s unlikely succr.s.s trans- 
lated into steady work: Rookcr’s 
'resume includes roles in "JFK," 
"Seti of Love," tind "Mississippi 
Buniing," while Towles has scored 

jegularJjlm.and.tclevision.WjOfk,' 

— Uut.for-Arnold,-thc-filmls.&uc-- 
CC.SS has spelled naly frusmition. 
Ami the- public- reco«»ilion-shcr 
allributcs to “my own little 15 min- 
utes of fame." 

By the lime "Henry" hit ll\c mid- 
night market in 1990, Arnold had 
moved from Chicago to 
Hollywood to begin wailressing. 
She landed a few minor roles, 
including commercials for both 
McDonald’s and Wendy's, Soon, 
lliough, the work disappeared. And 
the Becky sightings began. 

The sightings actually started 
before the film w:is commercially 
Released — among Hollywood 
insiders wiilraccess to bootleg 
copies of “Henry." 

"Tlie first lime I was recognized. • 
(his guy ju.st stared at me like I was 
a ghost," Arnold said. "When he 
finally approached me, I said, 
'How did you find me? How did 
you gel a copy of the film?' He just 
gave me a wicked little smile and 
siiid, ‘Oh. it's around.'" 


Tlic Tlmcs-NcwB 


New videos in Twin Falls stores 
this week: . , 

The Pelican Brief (PG- 13) Johrr 
-'Grisham, Holiyw’oodVgoidcn novel- 
ist, had a box-office smash with "tlie 
Firm" and "llic Pelican Brief." Both 
film.s rely heavily on star power. 

"Tlic Firm" has Tom Cruise; "Tlie 
Pelican Brief" has Denzel 
Wasiiington and Julia Roberts. 

■"1^0 Pelican Brief is great enter- 
tainment but won’t in any way lax the 
brain qijUs or yield any memorable 
lines or scenes. Like 'The Firmf-antf- 
every other novel written by the best- .• 
;Uing-aul!K>r-7-T*elictm-" 


Disiiey video tops sales 


-The Associated Prc.s3 

' Weekly charts for the nation’s' 
most popular videos^ as they 
appear in next week's. issue of 
Billboard magazine. Reprinted 
with permission: ' ' 

SALES 

1. "-nic Rcliirn of Jafaf.” (Disney) 

2. "Mrs. Doubtfirc." (Fox) 

’ .')."Playbny; 1994 Playmala of ilic . 
Year;" (Playboy) 


,"Bati 


Mask 


of the 


_Efianlawi>,:i(Warncr^ 


- 9. "The Ciitlic Sliow-I.ivc Down 

Under;" (Wamerttcprisc)' 

in. "Tlic Fox and the- Hooni)." 
(Disney) 

RENTALS' 

1 ."Mrs. Doiilntirc," (Fox) 

2. "A i’Cffect World," (Warner) 

3. "TlicI*i;ino.''{Uvc) 

4. "The 1'lircc Musketeers," 
(Disney) 

- .“i.-Carlilo's Way,” (MCA- 
Univcrs;il) 

6."Addanis Fainily Values," 

rP:irMmimnl) 


.“i, "Aladdin." (Disney) 
h,"Tiie Fugitive." (^Varnc^) ^ . 
7."U2; Zoo TV-I.ivc from 
Sydney." (PoIyGram) 

K."Yanni; Uve at die /\cmr»ilts,".(l|MriJ 


law and lawyers or. in this.casc, u 
law student, 

. Two U.S. Supreme Court justices 
arc assa.ssinated. One w;ls the mentor 
-of.-TonrCallahan (Sam Shepard): a 
constitutional law profes-sor at Tulane -• 

University and lover of one of his slu- investigative reporter for a 
dents, Darby Shaw (Roberbs). During Washington newspaper, Gray 
one of their intimate moments, the Grantham (W.xshinglon). who brings 
two speculate on why the justices her iri from the cold, as* it were, 
have been killed. What linked the Together, they unravel the plot and 
two? • race against time — and killers — . lo 

Darby, an-cager little thing, digs finally cxpxi.sc It. 
through various decisions and finds a — At Video West and BlcKkbusler 

link; ecology. Digging a little funlicr,- — — ' 

she discovers a corrupt developer Acc'Vcnlura, Pet Detective (PG- 
wilh tics to the While House. She 13) Comedian Jim Carrey (“In Living 
writes all this in a brief, dubhed the Color") ha.s one 'of llio.se rubbery 
Pelican Brief by the FBI and CIA, faces lliat doesn't heed the limits of 
since the land at issue .is a refuge for the flesh. He clowns and mugs rclent- 
thc pouched bird. lessly through "Ace Ventura; Pet 

When Callahan is killed by a cir Detective.” contorting his fc;ilures 
bomb, intended for Darby, she goes into-an endless array of goofy expres- 
underground. Darby teams up with an sions that keep pace with the movie's 


7. "Malice." (Coliimbiii TriSlar) , 
K."Cool Runnings." (Disney) 

9, "Rudy." (Columliiii-l'riSlar) 

1(1. "The Remains of ibc Day," 
(Columbia) 


New videos 


animal-loving detOciive (l|c keeps it 
veritable zoo. ip liis .Soiiili IJcacli 
■ apart meat )-wliu-ij«ly-liandlc.v ca.sc.s— 
involving pels. 

When the Dolphins' mascot 
Smnvfiiikc, a bolllc-iioscd dolphin, is 
kidnapped from its lank al Joe Robbie 
.Stadium on tlic eye of the Super 
- Bowl, the Dolpliins'’ miirkeling direc- 
tor (Codrieney Cox) hires Ventura to 
solve ifTc case. , 

’Hic police also are looking into the - 
disappearance, and Ventura irritates 
Lt. Einhorn (a bored-looking Scan 
Yoiingt by condnuallv-s ta yiiig iw o. 


sleps ahead (if the official investiga- 
tion.' Bui when Dolpiiins (|uartcriiack 
Marino al.so dis;ippcars, it becomes 
clear this isn't simply a case of an 
-infuriated animal lover. - 


brand of nonsensical humor. 

Other times, Carrey goes full-lilt 
inlo Ills own alarming riffs, (cadiiig 
lines with such bizarre inflections — 
,Lre-ce-eh-ch-El!-lly” instead of ‘'real- 
ly"-— and with such furious energy, 
the only' possible feacti(in is nervous 
laugliler. He is exceedingly, ag);res- 
sively odd, ' , ■ 

Carrey plays the title character, an 


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Iron Will 
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and The Associated Press ' world through pride, brotherhood 

and love, , and you certainly can't 
Arrested Development, "Zinp:ilit- argue with Hint. “Zingalaniadiini'* has 
imthini.” (t'hrys;ilis): It is called the ’eni in sp.ides. Ilut it it's good' music 
sophomore jinx.vuid it just hit you're looking for. you'd better wait 
Arrested Development like an IK- for the remixes, 
wheeler with .Smokey in hot pursuit. Collective Soul, “Hhifs, 


impresses willi sliCer bombast. 
"What's on Your.Mitid" seduces 
with its shufnitig lic^it. acoustic slide 
guitar and harmonica. 

Spencer spins a heat lyrical twist 
t)ti "Somebody tlse Will'." a rocker 
that is the flip side of (lie Kolling 
Slones' "If You Can't Rock Me 


Aerosmith offers 
computer music 


album t he gro up's follow- up to (A tlant ic) : Crmid this Cicorgia band's 

the muciriicraldrld ".V~YeafsT~5 debut CD be llie beginning ol pop 
Moutlis and 2 Days in the Life «»f ...■' grunge? ' 

— is wilboul merit. liiil its charms llinti-riicck out the crunchy guitar 

■ n rc' f c v ^Tl-a^^He’:s obvious: fiff-’'ot*-lhis-ci>!lection-o('-mt‘lodioiis- 

Maybe that was to be expected. rock, which is picking up steam in 
'I'cars" was a revelation, a siren song bnili rock and |>op circles, 
of uplift that seemed to owe as much Hut thab's not the'sole reason to 
to Atab:im:i as to Africa: simultam;- like ('olleclivc first outing. 

roolsy. it seemed to pulse with a wis- you'll be pl.aying air guitar and doing 
dom older than rivers. ihe liead-bnbbiitg lhing‘uf(cr only 

Uy contrast. "Zingalamaduni" (an one listen. 'I*he Hrsi single. "Shine," 
African term meaning a "beehive of has that hummable guit.ir riff and' 
culture." the band says) is loo «rflen slow-gn»ove beat; "Scream” is a ftiv- 
cnnlenl lo jiiM lie there. Burdened by olous slice of frenetic pop: and the 
the weight orgoOilAvords and grand -bluc.sy ballad.'.'Sister .Don't -Cry" 
intentions, it never «{uile takes (light, boitsts a soulful viKal delivery fropt 
It doesn't help lha't the orcliestralions lc:id singer (Id Roland, 
arc sparer than what we've becynie ' Then, out of nowlicrc it seems, 
used to from A. I).; the music pulses comes "Pretty Donna. '"a lushiy 
' along under Ihe power of an eclectic orchestrated, slriiigs-laden inslru* 
collecthii^ oLch.tnls. samples, key- mental. You won't see this dne com- 
lueirds. liuics :md African drums that ing. and nothing else on ihe'CD even 
mesh without urgency but never approximates it — but it works, 
iptilc draw you'in. Cool. Not lo mention the added 

line bales lo throw stones at A.D. bonus of hearing a.tairly siraighifor- 
-ticcmscTven'in ils- lcw^h:m*slcrling — xvanlTock-j*r<ntp— lliete'-s ii«»i-i|mch- 
. moments, the band is'S'omelhiiig spe- more to this oullit than guitars, bass, 
dial. drums and vocals — come up with a 

Where olheivdulifully cotiform to, Icft-ricld surprise, 
or figlil against, the new Mother Station, "1/r.rnJ Afew B;ig" 
McCarihyism ufjrolilical correct-' (LasiWcsl). Susan Marshall's voice 
ness. Atresicd DcN'elopmeni goes a is (he closest to Jams Joplin '.s in this 
more ambitious toule. It embraces world. It makes an immediate impact 
what might be called "spirituar cor- but it's just one of the pleasures of 
redness — meaning that this band is Mother Stalion'.s hard-hitting debut, 
lifc-afllrmihg. injustice-hating. The*Memphis-ba.scd five-piece 

Among the best tracks on Ihe disc: band specializes in gut»lcvel. blues 
"Ache'n f«»r .Acres." a smart and and sottl-hascd rock of the sort that 
. c:i(chy missive on the need lor blacks aiicliored ilic pop charts in (he late 
to own properly, and "Africa's Inside IWiOs and early '70s. Cliches abound 
-Mcr^lchftrtrnjrthr4nthinicc-oHhc— and"MarTrhall“xamcttmcs-stnjinT-lno“ 
diolllt'llAIKl'WlUl .1 r.isl ia|l. .1 i-i-’A ^i.^id but itiev arc siivcu ny meir vei- 
-t iivbMlv-iitHl— oinsIdtHflMrt-nHoi if -i ■ ■ n iHbl* i n xt-nnh t H iMi r twi n - 'S i K ' n wf^— 
Both are good, but neither is (|tiile songcraft. 

enmigh. "Ik^iri Withoui a Home." a ncar- 

Wbich is a shame. Arrested cloite of Joplin's "Turtle Blues." 


Eddio Veddor and Poorl Jam want lower service charges and 
more competition to reduce ticket prices, — 


Pearl Jam faces war 


Knight-Riddcr News Service 


Can one of rock's biggest bands 
bring down llte enlcrlainmcni indus- 
try's most powerful ticket service'.' 

Thai's Ihe issue now dial the 
Sc'attle group Pearl Jam lias declared 
war against Ticketmasicr, the giant 
computerized agency tliat sells tick- 
ets in'loO North' AnlcriCaU Cities. 

. Pearl Jam would like lo see lower 
service charges for cnncerl tickets 
and a greater degree of competition 
in tlie market. TickelniHsler.-nicun- 
wliile. liopes lo preserve its highly 
prolhal'le dominance as a ticket sell- 


Ihc emotional impact ol_ the April, 
suicide of its good' friend, Kurt 
Cobain. 

To some, liic band's claim riiig.s 
hollow; When you're Ihe holiest 
hand it) the world, as Pearl Jam is 
now, evc'rj'hody wiinis to book your 
shows. . ■ 

Peyrl Jam asked pronnilers lo hold 
lickemo Sis, quite low fol '.i' supi:i^ 
star level hand, and service charges 
lo no more than HI percent of the 
ticket price — SI, SO, in oilier words. 

- That could severely reduce 
Tickelnijister's profits ami create a 
precedent for other luinds lo do the 


'Die band's mission is nohle, hut it 
h:»s chosen a lough baltiu-lo wiiir- 
Pctirl Jam sent a nlcmo I.ist month 
lo the U.S. Justice Department's 
antitrust division. In it. the hand 
■claimed it was* forced to cancel a 
summer concert tour after 


Ticketmasicr supporlers point out 
tital ticket buyers'aie simply paying 
for the service of convenier’ce. No 
service charge is applied lo tickets 
purcliased at Ihe hox office. The 
allernalive. they say, is n disirihiition 
system that doesn't provide all biiy- 


'rei|ueMs-ior.iow.-iic*.e(-pnces-;ina- 
morff retcsonahle service charges, 
Etirlier, (lie hand announced it had 
canceled il.s summer lour hecause of 


sive conirticls allowed it to "cement 
control over the distribution of tick- 
ets lo concerls.” 


the singer is a woman re.issiiring her 
'Tnnrd'gifirrririrdT^inrcAvoti-'i-invc— 
you; Rometwdy else will."' ■ 

At a time wlien female-fronted 

— groups-sccm-polarizcd-belweca_tiie 

sp.ircness of Juliana Hairield and llie 
slick urban-lease of .Salt-n-i’epa. 
Motlicr Station is an aj)pe:i]ing]y 
earthy alternative. 

Javelin Bool,. 

/’i>/>"(No Duli/Pr:ivda). Javelin Boot 
is somelliiiig of an anomaly: Uiis trio 
has a pure pop sound yet probably 
willjie cast as. "alternative": it is 
from Austin. Texas, yel.smmds noth- 
ing like the roojsy acts nitisl closely •'• 
identified witli that liolbed of great 
music. ^ . ... 

"For Those Aluuit to’ Pop" blurs 
(he line helween citmmerciiil and 
ailefiialive. it v.'ouId sound :i's :il 
home coming from tlie AM hand as a 
collcge.-Riniion. 

From tlie firsl jangling notes of 
"I-aha Knows." Ihe album's opener, 
it is clear llial these guys have stud-, 
icd their guitar pop. R.F.M.. the 
-Smiths ami llic-Bcalles-all .nel-a.nud.- 
in a sound that sliould inimediatcly 
be familiar to just ainnil anyone w'itli 
a radio yet isn't so derivative that it. 
sounds like a knock-off. Javelin Boot . 
is carving j;uii its own niche, wliile 
giving a tip.ofjlie haljo the masters. 

In a season of grunge and industri- 
al music. "For Those About to Pop" 
is a piece of pop refreshmeaU_wjUi. 

12 original songs full of liooks and 
bannoiircs. played by .three people 
who have made music logcllier for 
15 years and seamlessly fit mgellier. 

Guitarist Dan O'Neill, bassist ; 
-Hlaire Pjillerson and drummer David | 
TTider have made a fine alburh, one 
•t hit t-woult(- »m»ml-lv‘r fifty vnmitr|« — 
from a car radio witli the windows 
down on a sunny summer day. if 
only radio would play it. 


NF.W YORK (AP) — In a 
first for both the eoinpuler and 
imisic industries. Geffeii 
Kecorils plans to dislTihule a 
— new-si>ng-b_v-Aerosmilh-l!ir<nigh— 
a computer on-line system. 

The song, "Head lursl," will 
be avail.ible 1(1 C'onifiu.Serve 
sult.scribers for a limited time 
beginning June 27. 

The rock group recorded tlie' 
song during sessitins for'its 
_mosl recent album. "Get a 
Grip.’* but left it off tlie idbom. " 
Gefl'cn find (^ompu. Serve 
describe tlie venture, to he for- 
mally atinoimccd Tliursday. as • 
an experiment. — 

...r It reflects the promise ttftligi- 
tal delivery of eiitertaiimicnl inil ' 
also tile currcnl litnilations of 
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Here comes summer 
wave of new games 


Knigbt-Ridder News Service 


'Hie heal and humidity of sunitner 
means it's the season for itidoor 
(read: tiir conditioned} iiciiviiies. and 
overheated kids often lurn'firsl lo 
video ganie.s. And just in lime, a new 
crop of Nintendo-formal games has 
'recently hit the market, 

(Remember the two types — 
Nintendo and Super Ninlctulo — are 
rarely inierchangahle. NES games 
may.'be played on llie original h-Bit 
system; SNES games .are for. the 
Soper Nintendo systeny.) 

• Zoda’s Revenge: Star Tropics II 
(NES 8-Bit, Nintendo: recommended 
iiges; 8 ;ind up). Adveiiliirer Mike 
Jones is off on a new (imc-nnd-space 
mis.sion: He must save seven mystic 
Tetrads wliile facing the Evil Zoda 
forces. More tlian a dozen stages in 
ciglit settings. An excellent game for 
Ians uf the original Ninlerido .system. 

• Rocko's Modern Life (.SNES, 
Viacom: rcconimeitded ages: 8 and 
up). Based on tlie hit Nickolodeon 
TV tmimated series Rocko's Modern 
Life. Players must help Rocko follow 
his pal Spunky -from treacherous Iree- 
Iiouses lo dingy hasemenls to wild 
wasliing machines in Laundryland. 

• Supbufb aniimilioii forii video game. 

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Capeom USA: recoitiiiiended ages: S 
and up), Legend has it the man who 
pulls Ihe sword Excalihiir from the 
' Slone is destined lo he king, but even 
tile power' of tlie sword can not 
fclciise Britain from darkne.ss. 
Players lake on Ihe role of Aiiluir. Sir 
Lancelot or 1’crcival tiiul begin a 
quest for the holy grail, doing hatlle 
with evil knights, petty lyrtints and 
sinister sorcerers oul lo slop you. One 
or two plnycrs must complete seven 
stages. Best sword-Hghliiig game fur 
the SNES system. 

• Chopliher III (SNES. Extreme: 
recommended ages; 8 and up). More 
than 10(1 lioslages are being iield ui 
the Amazon. To rescue iliem, players 
fly helicopicr.s over water, descri, 
jungle and through Inirning cities' in 
four missions against planes, tanks, 
gunships and aiiliaircrafi artillery. 
Very realistic graphics and Miiind 
etfecis, 

• Super Battle Tank 2 (SNIiS, 
Ahso1iile;.rccomnieiulcd ages: 1.1 ami 
up). 'Ilibi sequel to Super llalile Tank 
put players in a'fyHA2 liatllctaiik in 
desert fighting against enemy tanks 
and lielieopicrs; you can even call in 
Patriot missiles and F-15 airsirikes. 
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do when the game is 
rained out? They go 
to the airport and boo 
bad landings. 


— Bob Uecker on 
Philadelphia Phillies' fans 


Father-son, -daughter 
tourney set at Muni 

TWIN FALLS — A ftw places remain 
“'opeirrDr'llie'TwiirFall.'TMunitipalGoir' 
Cuursc-’s father-son. father-daughter 
tournament Sunday. 

Entry is S 1 0 per person. Tee timc.s may 
be rescrv'cd by calling the clubhouse at 
733-3326. The field will be required b 
tee olT by 1:30 p.m. The scotchball-for- 
mat offers competition forJGA and Cal- 
loway handicap systems. 

Sides deny strike talk; union 
head Fehr less optimistic 

CHICAGO — Btiscball players suy 
they don't want a strike and their execu- 
tive board didn't set a deadline for one 
Thursday, but union head Donald Fehr 

: — TTTrt---r rt-'mv-nnl rt-tu» ew-VLhL’n-phiyiit^L'.— 

convene July II. 

Afier a three-hour meeting attended by 
55 players. Fehr said the owners' attitude 
and desire for a salary cap may make it 
difllciilt for the sides to reach an agree- 
ment without a walkout. 

"I'm not eonlldeni we can do that be- 
cause history suggests it doesn't work 
that way, the owners never take the play- 
ers seriously." Fehr .stiid ufier the Major 
League baseball Players Association ex- 
ecutive board met at O'Hare Internation- 
al Airport, 

Dodgers add left-handed 
pitcher from Cleveland 

LQS.ANGELFS — T lie_Us,Angi ;les 

Dodgers acquired left-hander Brian 
Barnes from the Cleveland Indians on 
Thursday for minor league third baseman 
Eddie Laiitigua. ' 

Barnes, 27, will join tlie Dodgers be- 
fore'Friday night's game against the Col- 
orado Rockies at Dodger Stadium. 

To make room for Banies on their ros- 
ter, the Dodgers optioned lef\-hander Al 
Osunn to Albuquerque of the Pacific 
Coast League. . 

Barnes was CM with a 5.40 ERy\ in six 
games with tlic Indians this .season. More 
recently, he appeared in 13 games with 
Charlotte of the Inteniational League and 
had an O-I record with one save and a 
3.y3 ER^\. 

Compiled from wire reports 


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Gloss AA-Pocatollo vs. Twin Foils at Fron- 
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night at the Idaho State High School Rodoo Finals in Filer. 

Gregersen grabs early lead 




FILER — Jeff Gregersen took Oniveyard 
on a 71-point ride to highlight the first .sec- 
tion of bullriding at the Idaho High School 
Rodeo Finals late Wednesday night. 

Gregersen’s effort gave him a 1 0-point 
lead over Cody Bequeath while Judd Dora- 
' mus was third al 60. No one in the section 
section completed a ride. 

— Xhti-rodeQ-Conlinues at tlie Twin Ftills 


County Pairgrounds in Filer tonight and \yill 
wind up with the championship round at 1 
p,m. Saturday. No rcsull.s were available for 
Thursday night, 

Here are the leaders and times of events 
coiiipieted alier press time Wednesday. 

Pole bending-Andrea Dawson, 20.383; 
Dawn iiarrop, 2] .464; Arita Lethum, 21.977 
' and Stacy Edwards. 22. 1 86. 

Team roping-S’eoit Web.sier and Rumey 
Remington. 24.882; Nate* Wullirich and 


Trevor Schvandeveldt, 28.785, and Robert 
Fabin and Cully Mizer, 27.289. 

Bull riding — jen’Grcgenicn 71, Cody Be- 
queath 6 1 , Judd Doramus 60, 

Section section-no times 
Barrel Rieing— Jami Rynearson, 17,940; 
Dawnyl Jones, 17.941; Daw.n Molyneux 
18.455, and Danielle Jackson 18.664 
Calf roping-Jakc Erickson. 12.349; Sid 
Ward. 14.320; Malt Cupp. 25.499; Aaron 
Marts 29,265, 


By Ron Gates 
Time.s-News writer 


College of Soujhcm Idaho’s performance in 
'jhF College hEiiwfa^Tmli is' Rt)dei)To'--ir' 
.'rollercoaster ride. 

Thursday, only 24 hours alter coj'ning tuji 
— of-nowhere kv grah-lliirtl place-in-lhe (-NIiR— 
men’s team standings 24 hours the Golden 
Engles faltered • possibly l’ai;iJy. 

Freshman Ciidy ilancoek. who eonlribui- 
ed 63 bull riding poinI^; on Wednesday, 

' matched that total in opening-Thursdny's - 
— bnrrbnck riding. 

Those points represented the team’s sole 
bucking horse success of^lie perfonnancc. 

Jetr Rupert, the victor in that .same event 
a day earlier, lasted the mandatory eight see- 
nnils' nhly In |s.; <lisf)ii:imiod for tou ching Ills 
mount with his free hand. ' 

• Rusty Ririderkncdit missed liis iiorse out. 
Hancock drew CSl’s second dis'quaiificaiion 
and fifsrgo-round'lcadcr Ryan.G‘arcy was 
unceremoniously dumped in saddle brone. 

'T thought l.had mine out,’’ Rinderknechi 
said. “I was pretty sure. I guess I’ll watch it 
on video.’’ 

It was an especially bitter defeat for 
Carey. Wednesday’s 78 points will probably 
fall short of the total necded.lo ad vance into 
—Sundrty^schampionshtp round; — •- 

’’It's nol very likely." he said. "I knew he. 
was a good horse. A big stout one. Too 
much tonight, but I’ll be backaiexl year." 

. A bulHigliling exhibition combined with 
a couple' ntishaps ui the gate to delay Thurt;- 
day’.s second bull riding go until aficr pres!? ' 
lime. 

. Hancock. Rupert and regional All-Around 
• champion Roben Dowers, were scheduled., 
up for CSl in that event. 

Two-time national All-Around cowboy 
Zune Davis', Filer, remains in position to de- 
fend the crown. 

Davis, ujunior at UNLV, moved into filth 
place on the points Ii.st*Wcjiiesday, then rqni.. 
afoul of a pair of overzealous broncs. 

So-omery-was-'‘Bojnngc!»"rthab Davit 

twice had to jump ofT in the chute. Thurs- 
day's allemale mount, ''Buckeye" acted up 
us well before iiclping Davis amass 67 
points, 

By virtue ofjhe draw, CSl cowboys iiavc 
toni{jhVofi’. Davis, competing in four events 
for UNLV, is the only area man on the day 
sheet, his event the second go in eulf roping. 

Cuirenily eight points ofi'thc hull riding 
pace. Davis has an opportunity .to rg^ain the 
lead on Sulurduy. 

CSl counters with No. 5 CNFR bull rider 
Bodee Allred, Allred, Cody ilancoek and 
Robert Bowers, the latter up in .saddle brone 
as well, arc set for second-go bareback ac- 
tion, Calf roper Rusty Rinderkneeht rounds 
out i'riday'.s contingent. 


Old pros Watson, Nicklaus top Open leader board 


Lo 3 Angeles Times 

OAKMONT, I'll. — Golf.., it's not the 
game that Jack built, altiiough Ite ha.s, 
been around so long it might seem that 
way. 

On a sweltering Thursday here at Oak- 
mont Country Club. Jack Nicklaus .set 
out, club in hand, scarcliing for another 
bit ofgolfhi.siory. 

Nicklaus i.s a four-time winner of the 
- U.S. Open, .whieh no.one has.woii-inore- 
ofton. 

Could there be a finii’,' 

Hey. anything's possible at the O.S. 
Open, where in the first round, nine 
golfers beat par. 132 didn’t. 18 were still 
on the course when play was suspended 
becau.se of lightning in the area, and the 
54-ycar-old Nicklaus shot 69 and stood 
only one shot off the first-round lead. 

in-fiietrhud il-iiol-been-for-lho magic of 

another revived relic. 44-ycar-old Tom 
Watson, Nicklaus would have had the 
day just about to himself. • 

^Watson-shot 68,-putting himself a 


‘I am not surprised. 

I suppose I am 
amazed.’ 

— Jack Nicklaus, on his 
early-round. lead 

stroke ahead of Nicklaus. three-time 
champion Hale Irwin. Ernie Els of South 
-Africa — 11 nil - Frank— Nobi!o-o f-Ncw- 
Zealand. 

Among them. Watson. Nicklaus and Ir- 
win have eight U.S. Open titles. 

The Open is familiar ground for Wat- 
son. who has played it 22 other limes. He 
won in 1982 al Pebble Beach and could 
have won in 1983 at Oakmoni and again 
in 1987 al the Olympic in San Fnineisco. 
but finished second both times, 

— ^Wai.son-’.s round.feaiurcd.fuur-birdies,j 
bogey at No. 8 when liis 3-iron sliot 
sailed over the green into the back 
bunker, and three dramatic saves for par 
that made his day. .- 


Tlie most special was Watson's pur on 
12. ili.s drive lodged against u sprinkler 
head:, in the fainvay. 250 yards I'rom the 
green. He pushed his second shut into the 
right rough, knocked a sand wedge short 
of the green, then piteiied u sand wedge 
to 6 feet and rolled in the'putt for par. 

When he had said Wednesday thar95 
percent of the field didn’t have a chance, 
Watson declined to identify in which per- 
centage he belonged. 

-....ile.clmngcd his mind Tiiun>day,.saying 
that he’s in the 5 percent that can win it. • 

If Nicklaus can do it. then Watson can 
do it, he said. 

"There’s no reason why not.’’ WaLson 
added. 

But Nicklaus’ effort had surprise going 
for it. Who could have seen it coming? 
Certainly not Nicklaus. wlui was as 
stunned as anybody. 

"I am not surp'rised," Nicklaus said. "I 
'suppose 1 am amazed. ■ 

“My wife told me this morning. ‘You 
are 22! You arc 22!’ i stiid, 'I accept it.’ " 
PleasQ see GOLF/D2 




Tom Watson watches his drive on No. 13 of 
the U.S. Open Thursday in Oakmont, Pa. 




^Soccer’s big sliow kicks off, with 
promoters looking beyond ’94 


Scores and stats 
Business 


A security officer searches someone entering the 
press centor at the Cotton Bowl Thursday in Dallas. 


The Associated Press Alan Roihcn- S200 million from the 52-game tour- 

WOrlu Cup berg, the chair- nameni, World Cup USA 1994 

CHICAGO — The World Cup is j ( Q A O^' die S20 million 

hci;c. Will Americans care enough U O/A 57^ ganizing com- range, mudi of which will he chan- 

10 make .soccer a significant part of niiltee. is con- nded back ihio the sport through the 

_ihcirjprofessio»al_sp_orji,ngJaiuL P tb f iden t, that U.S. Soccer Fcdenitio n, 

scape? J / from Friday’s A vast I’najorily of the games are 

The socecrcommuniiy bc^ns , sclloiil at Sol- sold ont, with 97.3 percent of all 

finding out today, .when defending ' ' I'ield tickets sold. That’s 3.55 million tick- 
champion Germany inccis,Bolivia ’ • ? ^ tlirough the tl- cis. far more ilian (he previous' 
in- the opening game of the first — oal July 1 7 at rcenrd of 2.51 million sold in Italy 

World Cup' hel d“in lhC”Unitcri' thc-Rosc^BowI. ,Amcriemi.s will be-' four yearn ago :: 

States. ■ conic tans ol the vvorld’s game. Early estimates spoke of nearly S4 


nation where hascball. basketball, tremendous impetus lor soccer m the [he nine host sites by World Cup 
hockey and. of course. American United States," Rotlienberg said.'. .rn,w lU .-y Americans or foreign- 
football are solidly enirenclied, ‘flic "We’re planning on having the inunt j-c;, Those. numbers apparently were 

organizers of the inoiithlong World successful World Cup ever, and for rnisguided, 

Cup insia tliufu is room for svhal llic il lo lisvu a groat positive olTocl on , approadtiitg 
rest ol tlto world calls lootball - sMoor tn tills country. Wc thank rip,, 

soccer - and plan a 12-lcant pro- Hi-A |or llic conlidcncc is )ias „„ world Cup met- 

mier league to bcgin.phiy next Apnl. placed m us iTi llic united States. chaiuiisc are strong, fewer ihuii 
The spark to ignite interest in sbe- F1F.\. the world governing body ‘ ‘ 

cer nnisl conic froiji the World Cup. for soccer, will make more than Please see SOCCER/D2 


imi t t Alan Roihcn- 

Worid Cup herg, the chair- 

U Or\ 57^ ganizing com- 

niiltee. is con- 

f iden t, th^uj_ 

from Friday’s 
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J^]y ]7 

the-Rose^BowI. ,Ameriemi.s will be-' 
come fans of the world’s game. 


S200 million from the 52-ganie tinir- 
namenl. World Cup USA 1994 
could see profits in the S20 million 
range, mudi of which will he chan- 
neled back ihio the spon through the 

U.S. Soccer Federatio n, 

A vast majority of the games are 
sold out, with 97,3 percent of all 
tickets sold. That’s 3.55 million tick- 
ets. far more lliaii (he previous' 
record of 2.51 million sold in Italy 

four yearn ago :: 

Early estimates spoke of nearly S4 








D-2 Timoy-Ncw:;, Twin Fall:;. IcJiitio Ftiday, Jutiti 17, IQ! 



- ATLANTA (AP) - CliarlL- 
O'Brien’s iwo-nin humcr liiyliliglitcd 
-fi-rnt-TTt ii. c ig l n tT -i ntiinpTTii h — i h i nr^ 

. Xlay dial carried the Atlanta Braves to. 
an i 1-S victory, over the Colorado 
ilockics. ' ■ 

Tile Braves rallied olT reliever 
Bruce RulTin slarting with i'red 
MiGrilfs single and Ryan Klesko's 
double. 

Mark l.emke drove in MeCirilfon 
an infield grounder lliat shortstop 
Walt Weiss tlircw wildly into the 
dugoiit past I'lisi. allowing Klesko to 

-an<i-4-^nik e -t . o Pixir 


National League 


Willie Hanks (?•(>) suffered only his 


-Astros 6. Giants 3 .. 

SAN i KANCTSen (Al'l 
sebio I'^t a p.iir of iwi>-tuii hoiiii 
nig the Astros. ' 

Ken (‘aminiii added a solo 
l).irr\ l Kile (.^-Hl piielied sever 
niiil'.s. 

Kile Irlaiiked tlie (bants on f 
til the sisili irininj:. islieii Oav 
doulileil with one mil and score 
Dmuls' iwo-oul single. 


_.readi seeond...O’Urien.followed.„witli 

his tltlh homer. ' j,,.,,, 

Bill I’eeota scored the finh run ol' t „|v 
the inning when eateher Joe (iirardi scasi 
~t h r e\v - w ~Tlrit- 
sleali 


r^uBfO- 


eond lo-y. in his scvcii iTetTsuiiis. allows 
iiu; two mils aiKl five liits ifi llvoplus in- 
nings. 

hip Rolieds evlcmleil his liilluig streak 
to. I.’> g.nnes. the longest in the NL tliis 
'season witli an RHI single in the seventh.^ 

Marlins 4, Mets2 

MIAMI fAP) Rookie Kiiil Miller al- 
lowed only four hits nml retired 17 
sir.iight at tine .stretch in only liis second 
ntajoi-lciigiie Matt as the I-lorida Marlins 
beat the* New Ynik Mels 4-2 on rhorMLiy 


Bonilla was iior.iii the starting lineup 
because be and reliever John Franco 
missed their (light from Chicago alter the 
jitaym-union'iiiccllng-and tt’crc liiej 
riving to the lullpiuk. ' '' 




• SAN-Oli;<iO-(AI‘i Andy A.shby. 

piidicil R five-biller as the i*:iila-s heat the 


..Miller (l-l) allowed a two-nin hhnier. 
bv Joe ( bsohk in ibe tirM inning and tiuin 
si'nlcd. He li.ulfctiied 17 in a row when he 
bit l-'ernamlo Vow after two were out in 
It'.- ninili then issued his only walk to 


Pirates 7» Cardinals 5, ‘ 

10 ioninjjs 

ST. LOUIS (AP) Jeff King's basc4- 
loaded sacridcc ily in the tilth inning 
drove home the go-ahead run and lilJed 
the Pitlsbur^i Pirates ,ji 7-5 victory over 
the St. Louis Cardinals on Thursday 
night. 

The Cardinals lost dcspilc'lyiiig a ma-, 
iiif-leainie record with seven doubli 



pliiysi a feat last accomplished bj^ilimia 
atCtt>cinnaiii)nJiinc27. 11182. 

Alejandro. Penn -(3-2), who allowed 
(-ierald Perry's seventh career pinch-liit 
homer to tic the game with two outs in the 


round 1 


Knight-Ridder News Service 


OAKMONT. Pa. If Tom Wat- 

son doesn't get too excited ahoiil hi.s 
one-.sirokc lead after oiicirovind of the 
U.S. Open, it's heeausc he knows all 
IiH) well that tlakinoni givedi - .mrt" 
Oakniont lakctli away. 

Watsoii Inst the Open here to 

~ Larry Ncisnn by one-stroke.- and also , 
lost 'the 1‘I7.S PCiA Championship' 
here in a playoff to John Mahaffey 
after leadinit iiv five strokes on Sun- 
day. 

••(I.ikmont doesn't owe me any- 
ilting," Watson said, "Bui maybe this 
. wiirhe.ilic lime Wausun.nnalI>;.M'iiii 
—ill O,ikmool.'.'— f- ' • . 

Watson soiiiuled like a prophet of 
doom Wednesday, predieliiig. among 
other (hm.Qs. vgreal embarrassment" 
to a lot of gollers and more rouiul.s in 
the ‘Ills than in tlie fills. 


U.S. Open notebook 


But after firing a ihree-imder-par 
fiX that gave iiiin a one-stroke lead 
after Thursday's Brsl rouiul. he 
-^t»flened-u]v-sau»Kidi 


iisTdila^roffOtirrountis. f win parcd-to-how-it's-becn-in-riorida,— 
ill a goli'tmimameni.f ' ~Nii:klau.s said. 


"Tills 


.said. 


1 tough gotfeour.se." lie 


."Tlie.yreens rejee; every shot. ... 
To shoot .tlie score.s you need to 
win iliis louniameni. you have to 
he at the top of your game." 

Watson liiisn'l won on lour since 
!‘IS7. suffering through a horrible 
ease of the "yips." but has played 
better this year.-,_ Ijejitis llirce top- 
10 finishes. .including a lie lor scc- 
ondsii Pebble Beach. 

"It is not a lluke." he said. " 

I've heen playing well far over a 
yetir miw from'iee.io green, amt if I 
c:in gel- the putter working like it 


'Chris Pam>n. who made it into tlie 
field as an allcrnalc when Vijay 
Singh witluhcw Wcdiiosilay. was tlie 
ah>A>L lkcoppressiv_c_liea_t at 


the U.S. Open.- 

Patton, the t‘JS9 U-S. Amateur 
champion, witlulrevv Thursday from 
fatigue nmd he.M cxhau.siiun after 
eight holes. He was taken to an emer- 
gency medietil facility, where lie was 
given lluids. "I was just dead-iircd. I 
felt diz/y tmd sick .to niy stomach." . 

Ihitton. who weigh.s more than 300 
pounds, was two .over at the time he 
withdrew. Tchjperaturcs letichcd 95 
degrees. 

Jack Nicklaus. who lives in North 
Palm Bctieh. got through his round on 
5-t-yedr-old Jcgs*. “The last three days 
have been tlovvnrighi pleasant coin- 


Rounds of 5l^- hours were the nonn 
by late aOemoun. and (he excruciat- 
ingly slow play drcw.soinc sharp crit- 
iciMii.'*‘li* s pitiful, i sn't it?" Hale Ir- 


win ”I don't unders/anU 
why we can't play faster. Tlie nile.s 
arc in place. Why we don’t enforce 
them is beyond me; It's frustniing 
because you can't build any moment 
turn. Come on. let’s play golf," 

XXX ■ 

Quote of the day came from Jumbo 
Ozaki. who led briefly at four under 
before erasliinglwith a double-bogey 
at 14.- • . 

- Wlicn asked what if would be like 
to win the U,S. Open. Ozaki an- 
swered. "It would be like bcconiitig 
the President of the United Stales," 
Something like that. Jumbo. 


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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Matt 
Mieske bit two home runs, includ- 
ing li one-oul ninth inning shot as 
the Milwaukee Brewers beat the 
Detroit Tigers 5-*t Tiiursday. . 

Mieske hit a solo shot ofT-Siarler 
Tim Ddelier to tie it -1-t in the sev- 
cn^ii, then hit a l-27fustball off 
Dud(Jy Groom (0-1) for the first 
mulli-homcr game of his career. 

Graeme Lloyd (2-3) pitched two 


America n League , 

The left-hander got the best of 
Mike Mussina (9-4). who gave up- 
five runs and 1 1 hits in 6 1-3 in- 


oles. who have lost their last four 
home series. 


“Innings uf uiie-lriMciicfT 
•tory. .... 

JuniOr*Fc!i.\ homered for the 
tiiird straight game, sending a first- 
pitch fastball from Bob Scanlan 
over the" waintTrighFCcnrcrforx 
3-2 Detroit lead in tlie second. 

The Tigers have homcred in 22 
straight games, three short of the 
piajor league record set by the 
1941 New Y ork Yankees . The 
Tigers leatfThe majors wit]T97' 
iiomers. 

Indians 7, Red Sox 6 
CLEVELAND (AP) — Albert 
Belle's two-out. two-run single 


the Indians rallied for their 15th 
straight home viclory. 

The Indians' home streak is ihe 
longest in liie majors since Boston 
won a record 24 in a row at Fen- 
way Park in 1988. 

Cleveland overcame deficits of 
4-0. 5-3 and 6-t. finally ovctlaking 
Boston'in the ninth whep Belle 
drove a two-out single into' left 
ccnter.offJefTRussell (0-4). • 

Sieve Farr (1-1) gol the win de- 
spite yielding the second of Tom 
Brunansky's two home runs. 

Brunansky. traded back to 
Boston earlier in tiie day. and Scoit 
Cooper each hit a two-run homcr- 
o(T Cleveland starter Jason Grims- 
Icy. 

Yankees 6, Orioles 1 

BALTIMORE (AP) — Jimmy 
Key Won his caruer-high ninth 
straight decision and Pat Kelly 
liomcrgd and drove in three runs. 

Wilde Boggs also homered for 
the Yankees. whtTWon three of 
four from Baltimore to finish their 
road trip 5-6. 

Key (10-1) allowed one run and , 
eight hiw in 7 2-3 innings, Key. un- 
beaten since April 9, has three of 
the Yankees’ five wins in June and 
is 5-0 following a' New York lo.ss, 
He walked three and struck out 
four. 


— Royalsr^rMariner^I 

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — - 
Wally Joyner celebrated his 32nd 
birthday with three ,hil.s' and three, 
RBis as the Royals won their 
fourth straight win over ’the- 
Mariners. 

Mike Mngnante (2-2) relieved' 
starter Tom Gordon and gol 'the 
victory with three innings of.four^ 
JiiLrclicf_JcniMonigomcry_go,tjhc_ 
final four ouLs for iiis 10th save. 

Gordon left the game in the third 
inning when 'Felix Fermin's line 
drive struck him- in the back of the 
pitching amt. The Royals later said 
x-rays were negative and Gordon is 


"dayAo-dayr' 

Ken GrifTey Jr., who hit his ma- 
jor league-leading 29th homer on 
Wednesday and had homered in his- 
fivc previous games, went O-for-4 
against four difTcrent pitchers. • 

Angels 6, White Sox 5, 

10 innings 

CHICAGO (AP) — Chili Davis' 
second homer of the game snapped 
a tie-in the 10th inning Thursday 
night that sent the California An- 
gels to a 6-5 victory over the 
Chicago While Sox. 

Davis, who hit a three-run homer 
in t he th ird, led ofT the l Olh by hit- 
ttng a 1-2 pitcIT"from Kirk Me- 
Caskill (0-2) for his 13th homer. 

' Davis also hit two home runs in a 
May 1 1 game at Texas. 

Athletics 6, Rangers 4 
, ARLINGTON. Texos (AP) 
Ruben Sierra’.s two-out RBI single 
in the ninth inning Tliursday rtighr, 
g.nvc the Oakland Alhtclics a 6*4 
victory over the Texas Rangers. ■_ 

Stan Javier and Brent Gates hit 
two-out infield singles off rookie 
starter John Dcttmer (0^1) in the 
ninth. Jay Howell relieved and 
gave up Sierra's grounder to right. 
Oakland added a run when Gules 
scored from third on Howell’s wild 
pilch. 


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Mis 69 was a little hard to !icce))t, 
(hough. 

Nicklaus. who won the Open in 
1962. 1967, 1972 and 1980, hasn't 
finislicd higher than 33rd in liie Iasi' 
seven Opens. He ha.sn’t won a regu- 
lar tour event since the 1986 Musters, 
liasn'i made jhc cut in the six tourna- 
menus he has played on the regular 
tour and until Thursday had not shot 
a round under 70. 

■— "1 have just played poorly." Nick- 
taus said. “It is hard to conccnirnie' 
when you are hitting where 1 have 
been hilling it. 

“Anytime I have been able to find 
my golf ball, I have been able to con- 
centrate and I found my golf ball to- 
day.” 

At No. 18. NicklausTound it at the 
bottom of the hole after rolling in a 
40-foot putt on a green with so many 
undulations they serve as speed 
bumps. 

The gallery cheered as the ball dis- 
appeared at the end of its long jour- 
ney and Nicklaus closed his eyes, 
raised his.arms. then covered his 
- head with his hands. 

.■...JLxpluining his strategy on.ilicpuii,^ 
he said, “All I was trying to do was 
figure out some way to get it close 
enough to make u second putt and the 
bull went in." - 

It was not the only time the ball 
acted unprcdiclably. 


Fred Co.uples. who is four shot.s 
back at 72. cagled the 3IS-yard No, 

17 when he drove the green. -Then on 
No. 18, he three-putted from 12 feet 
for a bogey. 

Arnold Palmer, 64, playing in his 
last U.S. Open, shot 77, four strokes 
better than 28-ycar-old John Daly. 

Nobilo, who has never played in 
the U.S. Open before, cagled No. 10, 

Tliere were seven eagles, but for a 
lot of people, there were times when 
tltc ball just wouldn't go in. 

Els rimrhed an 8-footcr iH 18 that 
would have given him the lead, but 
the 24-year-old South African wasn’t 
too worried about what the missed 
putt meant. 

He said he is reconsidering his plan 
•of avoiding pressure by downplaying 
his chances. . 

“Now I think things might change 
in the next three day.s," he said. “I 
might have to think (hot I am up there 
now." 

Curtis Strange made a double bo- 
gey on 18, which dropped him to 70, 
two. shots behind Watson and tied 
with Jumbo Ozaki, Kirk Triplett and 
Scott Vcrplank. 

Strange had all kinds of trouble at • 
IBrHc^liirhis drivcr into thc righr- 
rough and his second shot left, the 
ball rolling to the edge of a bunker. 
.Witli a bad lie. Strange hit his third, 
shot short, chipped to 10 feet and„ 
two-puitcd. 


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5,000 stores nationwide are carrying FIFA is concerned about the arlis- 
paraphemalia .success of ius showcase. The 1990 

Mayor Richard Daley bragged World Cup was plagued by ultracon- 
about Chicago being an “intemation- • servative strategy, rough play and 
al city,” and it has looked the part in low-scoring games. Such tactics 
the buildup toward the opener. World bothered longtime soccer fans; they 
Cup banners, flags and signs arc visi- could be disastrous for the sport in 
blc Uiroughout the city, and souvenir America if they are repeated. 

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atures arc expected to be in the 90.s, 
with high humidity, for the 2 p.m. 

- COT kickofil 

“Wc arc very concerned about the 
heat,” said Germany coach Beni 
VogW. “If it .stays this hot, it .will be 
difficult to go full-pace for 90 min- 
utes." 

Similar temperatures are expected 
in Dallas for the other gamc-I'riday, . 
between Spain and South Korea. But 


four times. The Germans also can be- 
come the first nation to repeat as 
champions since Brazil in 1962. 

Since 1974. when Ihc defending 
champions were, given the honor of 
opening the World Cup, no reigning 
title-holders won Uic first game. 

“Wc want to break that tradition," 
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Floyd hoped for dad/son Open play 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Explaining Raymond 
Floyd’s absence from the U.S. Open, is simple. lie 
- strolling around Oak mnni Coun t ry Club this 

week iTonly his son had qualified. ' ' . 

'it would’ve been a failicr-son combination, and it 
••would’ve been very special to compete with my .sbn,” 


Floyd said Tliiirsday a.s he tuned u/) for Friday’s open- 
ing rounder the SI million BellSouth Senior Classic. . 

Robert Floyd, the lop junior golfer in the country at Btrin:) 
I8,;played his way into the sectional competition Tor 
. the U.S. Open but shot a 149 and didn't .qualify. i 

"But I think it was a very good shbwing for a high 
• school senior. If he had made it, I would've played the Valle. 
U.S. Open. It would’ve been a lot of fun for me to 
compete with my son at the U.S. Open." Floyd said, . 


Me said the tests found some improvement in his 
heart condition, which Holyfield claims was cured List 
week by an evangelist. But neither the boxer nor hospi- 
tal officials would elaborate on the improvement. 

Brunansky returns to R^~5ox 

BOSTON The Boston Red Sox reacquired’ out- 
fielder Tom Brunansky from ihe Milwimkec Brewers 
'nnirsday in a tratjeicsr ctildier D.ive Valle. 

•Brunansky, .13, is hitting .214 for tiic Brewers this 
season with no homers or RBIs in 28-at-l>ats. He 
played for the Red Sox in 199(1-1992, then went to 
Mifwaukee as a free agent. 


Bowl deals Paoel will discuss Harding 

' ' I’ORTI-AND, Ore- (AP) — Tonya national title and banning her fr 

- Harding won’t be there to defend the asMicialion for life. 

ATTfrll herself when’a U.S. Figure Skating llarding.'s allorney. Bob Wcai 

Association panel meets latei this sent a ielicr to former U.S. Olyni 
^ ■ -« *- -i month to discipline her for her Committee president William H> 

7 \ Js T' involvement in the .iilack on riv.il • who heads the panel, outlining v 

y — • 1 j Jl' 1 (\ y -- Num-y’iv'.Tra, in ~. — ..site belioves 110 aclioii sliould l)c u! 

«/ No.alTorney will show up to repre-' .igainst her. Weaver woulOn I res 

sent her. either. 

' • Aniong other thing'', the panel will 
consider stripping Harding of her 


• school senior. If he had made it. I wcmid’vc played the Valle. 33. is hmnig .I5S Tor he- Red Sox and lost his 

U.S. Open. 11 'voulil've been a lol of fun for me 111 '•>. l)iTiy ull. V.allc wan s.Encd as a 

compele wilh my son al Ibe U.S. Open," Fliiyd said. 

’ Baa bactloiocks-JusHcrfrom m Nl'ET— ~ 

-m . 1 • r, ■IT, r ' INDIANAPOLIS — Steve Lmiman no longer has 

T, "1 " duubls.lic will.play_in.llie NFL acain. When lhal will 

ou fielder David Jn.slice w.ll rmss-lwo-pr ihrce days , ■. . . 

- --wihaspraine^uw-erback— nmtnlJnravht,sirfitsrnvm 7 earrwnlh-lh.^lndi.imp..lis- 

Juslia lefl Tlinrsday s 1 1-8 comeback v, dory over i„j„ics. c.spccK lo 

die Colorado Rookies afler five mnings. complaimnE „,„,j 

olasorcback. - „ . , , ,, , be Ills Iasi clianee in Ihe NFL. '"Maybe it could be 

, '?-Hen !L!iednjoaLHospilal_'yhcre_Dr.Jwj;_ 5 „„„j j,y defensive ■ 

_KehyJ_i_aE nosedlli e sprain, ; 1' Ii,„.. ,fa„ il„- rirslpl;.yer-pi. -ked-iii lll,■-l^■•02 dtafl. - 

rT I f ij i-i ' oi . n . "Tm pretty mucli convinced that tiiis is my last 

, HolyOCld likes results of heort test _ chance, if l have aiiullier major injury 1 wilt probably 
ATLffl'ITA — Former heavyweight champion retire. So 1 will not step back on the field until I’m 100 
Evandcr Holyfield left a hospital Thursday after tests percent," 

on his heart, and .said his doctor has given him hope he Less than a month before the start of the training 
•could return to the ring. camp, Enilman's flexihilily in his right knee is dose to 

Holyficld"wasTll!rchTrrg‘irJTrinfrCr.iwruid Lung itto .imrhl'mvciaii icg“s(reiigih is' .iCaRiut 75 

Hospital after being briefed by cardiologist Douglas percent. . . , - . . : 

Morris on the rc.sults of the tests Wednesday. i Compiled from wire reports 

Olajuwon heats up, but Rockets 
provide minimal support in loss 

■ NEW YORK^AP) — For the first team. Yoii can’t just zero in 'on one lliciii. .Some of them I faded too mudi 
lime in the NBA Finals. Hakeem guy." im-" 

Olajuwon played like the league’s ' Some of OlajuwonLs Icajumatus Olajuwon seems lb finally be on 
most, valuable player. played well in Houslon'slwo wins — 'target. After hilling just two of II 


He hit his smooth turnaround from Otis Thorpe in Game 1 and Sam shots in ilie fourth quarters of the first 


'Our game plan coming into 
this series was to contain his 
supporting cast 

— Derek Harper, Knicks guard 


night, tying the series 2*2,. 

because' his I'cumntates were no Cassell in Game 3 — allhmigh the 


- -the basclinc.-Hc caught-n liirce giinies, he kept the 

pass and. in almost the same nian r^nminn infn Rockets in Game 4. He 

split-second, rolled to the ganie plan coming into j., o| points 

basket /or an ca.sy layup. series was tO 'Contain his ' in the final period on a vari- 

■ scofcil 14 poinis in'ilio supporting cast '■ r . .. u’ 

• fourth quarter. **** Eaeii of his first tliree ba.s- 

But the Houston Rockets Derek Haroer, Knicks guard tiuaner — a 15- 

slill lost 91-82 Wednesday ^ _ fool jumper, a layup :md a 

night, tying.thc scries 2*2,, dunk off an alleycmp pass 

becouse his i'cumntates were no Cassell in Game 3 — allhmigh the — pul Houston aliead. A five-fool 
match for Patrick Ewing’s partners consistency of the support Ewing has imok tied the game 72-72, Then 
on the New York Knicks, • gotten from Derek Harper. John Ewing's .short jumper gave New 

Olajuwon, who won tlic MVP, Starks' and Charles Oakley has been York the lead for good, 
award for the first time, has out- greater. Harper, the Knicks’ top scorer the 

played his opposing center offensive- Until Wednesday', New York's last two games, said they don't plan, 
ly throughout the bc.sl-of-7 scries that relentless defense bottled up lo diaiige the way iliey're covering 
resumes Friday night. He said he’s Olajuwon. Ola/iiwon just because he burned 

' not worried about the lack of support.. But on Wednesday, he lirokc out. them once. 

'The scries is 2-2 so we arc in He made 14 of 20 shots and scored "We’ve had pretty good success 
. excellent position,” Olajuwon said 32 points, the Inosl by anybody In the jmd great players are going to come 
Thursday. “We know what we’re scries, That same night, Ewing ihrmigli," i-Iarper said, "You liave to 
supposed lo do, wliat wc plan to do. missed 20 shots for the seerrtid guard against really, really over- 

So I’m comfortable knowing that straight game and scored Ifi points, reacting to him scoring so many 

we’re capable of doing what we For the series, Olajuwon lias aver- poinis against you. 
plan " aged 2fi,5 points per game, Ewing- ’'Our game plan coming into the 

■'We wouldn’t have got here if wc 18,3. series was to conlain his supporting 

didn’t have guys step up," Houston "I thought I had good shols,” said ciisl ns well as wc could, not neces- 

coach Rudy Tomjanovich said. Ewing, wlio has ouirchoiinded sarily lo slop hiiabecaase he's virtu- 
“Thuf's been the trademark of this Olajuwon in the .series/"! just mi.ssed ally unstoppable," 

King, Brower share LPGA lead piu* crass 

ROCHESTER. N.Y.(AP) — Betsy at the par-72 Locust Hill Country PifSt CICISS." 
King, one victory away from the Hall Club. Eight players liad fiH, including V^' ‘•^ 

of Fame, and Laurie Brower, who Kelly Robbins and Nancy CtkiAOD^O 

earned her first lop 10 finish last Ramsboliom, 
month, had 66s Thursday and shared Brower liad gone 2.3 holes wiliimtl 

the first-round lead in the LPGA a birdie before making four in a row A i 

Rochester Imcmational. on her front nine. "Last week (in 

One stroke behind, al 5-undcr-par, MinnesoLn) the putts didn’t fall and 1 ISWail 

were rookie Vicki Goetze, Lisa m^sed the cul. And today lliey fell." • 

Kiggens and Patty Sheehan, who has she said. "One. tw'o. three, all of a 
won three of the last five tournaments sudden four, and 1 thought 'Wow!'" 


RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — With 
talk of an NCAA fooibajl playoff, 
dying out again, bowls arc secretly 
•battling to become players in a sec- 
ond postseason .alliance with Ijic 
m.ajor conferences. 

Invitations by as many as five 
bowls will be extended lo liic 
Atlantic Coast Big East. Big 12 and 
the Southeastern conferences on 
- Monday, om clatsirnttnhtrwrck: — 
The current iwo-ticicd. three-year 
bowl agreement will end after llie 

■• Jan. 1:1995 games. 

Talks on a new deal among the 
bowls, major conferences andiele^ 
vision networks began last pionlh 
in Atlanta, 

. . Un[ikc the initial. bbw|_ coalition 
'^formed thr^i^ycarsjigo. a n e'w’ 
arrangement is expected to he nar- 
rower in scope — three games 
instead of six — and involve much 
larger payouts, 

A new deal is badly needed says 
John Crawford. 'president of llic 
rnifn n R nwl' A ihli-l if- As'^or.ia tiun— 
but i.s being approached .sloivly. 

— "There-- is sirongcr-competition- 
this time around." Crawford said. 
"Wc have had little lo no discussion 
among our.selvcs (since Atlanta). 

'Tii some cases it has gotten to 
Ihe critical mode. It’s pretty severe 
wlien our bowl has been around for 
58 years and you can wake up the 
next morning and it can be done. 
That's pretty important. Wc arc 
pulling out all the slbps;" 

A source said as many ns six or 
seven bowls may bid to host three 
games in the new •.alliance. Games 
probably would be played on New 
Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day and 
Jan, 2. In addition lo teams from 
the four conferences; two wild-card 
entries would. round out .ihe coali- 
tion. 

Tile original first tier of the coali- 
tion involved liie Colton, Orange 
and ^'ugar bowls. In addition- lo 
those three, others expected lo bid 
for Ihe lop games ihi.s time around 
include the Fiesta, Alamo'^and 
Gator bowls, the source said, 

Tlie Rose Bowl has a deal wilh 
Ihe PAC-H),and Big Ten' confer- 
ences through the year 2000 and is 
out of the bowl coalition mix. 


national title and banning her from 
itic asMicialion for life. 

Ilarilinj’.'s attorney. Bob Weaver, 
sent a idler to former U.S. Olympic 
Committee president William Hybl, 
who heads the panel, outlining why ' 
,^ie believes no action should be taken 
.Igainst her. Weaver wouldn 1 reveal 
the contents of tiie letter, but noted • 
that Harding resigned from the asso- 
ciation as part of her pita bargain. 


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Builders ciat back on siugle-famUy homes I Housing 


The Associated Press ^ 

WASlIlNtnON , Buiklen^, scaiu; 
luimc sales slowed hv higher morlea(;e 
rales, cut back eoiisiruciion ol' sinyle- 
fainily lunisc-s in May for llie sceoinj 
simiylit nioiitii. 

Many analysis said higher ralej will 
curb aclivily for llie remainder of llie 
year, ailhniigh they prediel.singie-lanii- 
iy housing sUuts in 1 W4 will total mure 
•Iliati the previous ye.if. 

" Ihe single-lamily sector is the bulk ol' 
_il ii^!ndasifv anil we'ie-siariiii]’ in s i .’e il 
taper olT.” said ecoiuunisl tJavid l.ereah 
ol'lhe Mortgage Uatikers .Assneiahoii. 

"Welrc.seeing.a geiK-nil drift dinvir 
• ill. single-family starts." agreetl 
economist Stan Duobinis of the Na- 
tional Association of Home Builders, 
■'Interest rates are moderating a rnile 
now. wiiicireertainly will keep the de- 
cline from being o\erwhelining. but- 


Markets 


we will see a continued decrease." 

The Commerce Departmeiii said 
1 hursday o\ erall housing .starts rose 2.6 
IKicent ill May. to a seasonally adjusted 
1.51 million annual rate. Increases in- 
tiie South ami West olTscI declines in 
the Nonhe.ist and Midwest. 

■ Hut the growth was entirely in con- 
struction of apartment huildings, 

Single-I.iililly wliieli lepici-cm- 

.H(l peaeni of housing constnietion and 
aie most .iffeeted by mortgage rale 
diangcs, slipped 0.5 pcrcenl. to a 1.20 
niillion rale, riiey h ad f.il lcti 5 percent 
ill .Aiml. to 1 .2 1 iiiiirion, ■ 

.And ailhouuh multi-family starts 
jumped 10.7 peieenl.yo u_J0S,()Il() nUe. 
in.iny an.ilysts said tlie iiierea.se wits un- 
i.iisiaiiiahle ami preilieled ciinstructi'on 
would decline in June. 

■ IJespile the drop in the siiigle-farhily 
sector, hnusinp start.s for tlie tirst live 
..nionihs of 14‘Tf were 21.1 pereeni liigh- 


cr than a year ctirlier. For all of IDOS. ^ 
sums Totaled 1.20 million;- many ana- s, 
lysis c.vpcci they will climb to nearly v 
I .-If) inilltoii this year. 

. rite Labtir Departiiicnl also reported j 7 
T hursday Ihe number of Americans 111- I 
ing first-time ebims for unemployment •' *> 
benefits fell by 1 1.000 last week to a 
seasonally adjusted 348.000. lowest In ' 

• n e arl y-two-niuiitiis: — rj-h+- 

.The decline was cxpjrefed by jnosl 
economists, who-say the job market is. j 
improving although at a slower rate 1,2 
than earlier ill the year. • 

— nie'iejion.TAvcrcihETlrncsr-tapn'Tof-a^ifj 
slowing economy allcr lour interest tale m- - 
creases engineered by tile I'cdeni! Reserve q” | 
to lieatl oITiuiy inllationary pres-sures. 

Many analysis believe the three-year- 
old housing recovery peaked in Decern- f 
ber. when starts jumped to a 1.61 mil- P 
lion ommai nite. highest since January 
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Bell Atlantic plans 
metro video services 

The Associated Press electronically send and. receive in- 

fomiation about hcallli care or edit- 
•WASHINGTON — Bel! Atlantic cation using their TV .sets. 

Corp. iLsktxi faicnil regulators for per- Bell Atlantic plans 10 provide scr- 
misslun to provide video services in vice to some areas as early iis 1995. 
six m etro p olit an a r eas. gi\ 4ng-c on - — dcpemlingrupoiHiow-iluie'kljMhe- 
.sumem.for tlie fust lime a choice be-. ECC.acb’;.5aidjspokeswomaiLS.lianj:^ 

ixvcen local cable or phone companies, non Fioravanii, : 

.'The plan, winch xvas filed Tliurs- The areas covered by the plan 
day. nni.st be approved by the Fed- are: Baltimore; 'nonheni New Jer- 
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before Bell Atlantic can begin Pittsburgh; Hampton Roads. Va,; 
building .tile nciwqrk.s 10 offer con- tuid Washington, D.C. TTic compa- 
sumers broadcast channels, cable ny plans to build facilities in each of 
programs, sliopping services and these areas at llie same time, but 
movies on demand, it also plams to could not specify which commiini- 
offer a variety of interactive ser- tics in tliosc.areas would be the first 
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. -.Grador. . . 
• Backhoo 
• Dozer 

Don Wlnward- 
Ownor/Oporalor 
734-9219 or 
731-5588 


- Handyman services — 
Homo repair; Eloctrical, 
plumbing, light carponlry, 
— paiming'ynrO‘&‘buiiding~ 


NEW 

CONSTRUCTION 

& Residential - 
Motal Qf.Wood 
Rcmodols/Pramlng 
Redwood Docks 
Motal Outbuildings 
Stool framed housos 
Free Eslimatosl 
Burloy 
678-0719 
Twin Foils 
736-1123 


Got your homo In 
tuno for summorl 
Bonoflel's Horno Coro, 
Drywal ■ Palling ■ Ltati Ser.xo 
All homo repairs 
insido & oul 10 yrs exp. 
Call Bruco 
733-7543 


ALL HOME . 
REPA1RS/HAULING_ 

In & ouL Oua'ly viCrk oh plurnbj^, 
flooring, lilo, foncos, drywail, 
carpcntiy. masomy. dec S rerf 
^llillwlthlustono call. 

Free (B'-'TZcs-rcastnb'o. 12 )ts«i. 
Shawn/Rlehord 
324-3349 


Ward's Homo 
Construction 

Room additions, romodcling, 
clcclrical, plumbing. No job 
too largo or too small. 20 yrs 
oxpor, Freo cstimatos. 
Call Word 
734-6294 


LAWN SPRINKLING . 

' SYSTEMS 
VINYLJHOUSE SIDING 
Froo oslimalos.'Rofs. 
Kan's Handyman 
SorvIco 
326-5836 or 
ovos 326-5045 


HONEY DO, INC. II 
No job loo smalll 
.Call DEWEY TUBBS 
734-6271 


HEATING & AIR I 
CONDITIONING I 


SAWTOOTH 

SHEET METAL 

HeatingfAIr Conditioning 
Rofrigorotion 
Commorclal & 
Rosidontial . 
f20B1 733-8548 


. ♦ Sprln klo fs • 
''•"Lirndscapos • 

• Plants, & trees • 

• Grading • 

7—- Wailo &-more!— 

♦ Froo oslimaloa 

423-4340 

420-4340 


Garden Titling. 
— bawn mowing; — 
Power Raking, olc. 

B&RTILLING 
• AND LAWN CARE 
'734-5604. 


Affordoblo 
lawn caro. 

Mowing, trimming S 
cloan-up. Rofs. Call 

Dave Howard at 
736-0379 


MOWER BETTER 
^WN CARE 

Best rales in tho MV, 
Mowing, wood control, 
trimming, gardening, Freo 
oslimatos. 

736-0739 

Call To 
Placo Your 
A«f In This -; 
Spaco 
Today! 
733-0931 


SNAKE RIVER 
‘ METAL CO. 

Motal reeling & siding. 2’ or 3’ 1 
.26 gaugo^6 .29 gauge. 
Standard 8 custom trim made 
to your spcdricaiions. Chock 
our pricQS bolero you buy. 
208-736-4653 or 
1-800-560-6812 . 


NORTHWEST COLORS 
Interior & Exterior 
Brush, roll & spray. 
■ ■ Pros ostimatos 
References 
736-2591 


INTERIOR A^ERIOR 
House, barns, 
outbldgs 

All work & preparation 
dono by hand. 
Froo Estimates! 
Jim Woggonor 543-4271 


Mainlbnanco, romodols, 
additions from' tho ground up. It 
it's broken well fix it. if you wa.n1 
it wo'll build il. V/c can handlo 


HOMEBUILDERS! 
Now Construction, 
romodols, concrete. 

No j ob loo sm all! 

_l_0 yrs exp. 

If you want U". 
wo'll build il! 


Duano's Painting 
Extorior ■ Interior 
Wo do quality work 
Freo ostimatos. 
734-3303 

Houso Painting, 
Your Prico 

$300-5400 por houso 
■ 20 Year 'Warranty 
European Painting Service 
733-2774 


REBUILDERS 

You work hard lor your money i 
yvu want to tomodol Of do tiomo 
repairs. Oonl Utrow money 
away. Cil (or ftw esti.’uaies. 
No job to big or small. 
736-'7120 


HOME 
[iMPROVEMENJil 


Homo Repairs 
Of All Kind 
Dale 

Robinson 

734-2939 


Tony's Landscaping 
& Homo Improvomont 
Alt types lawn caro & 
homo repair services & mote! 
*Wo do what you cant do!* 


EVERGREEN LAWNS 
Mowing & trimming 
Spring doan-ups, power 
raking, pruning, ptanllng. 
Wood & post control 
Froo ostimatos 
V 736-6002 


O-K PAVI NG. Inc. 

• Grading • Driveways, 
■ '•"Parking Lots’*' 
Excavation • Patching 
. • Subdivisions • 

■ ' Demolition • . 
Sand & Gravel • 
j Operator rot^lnls by tho hour 
• State & City Spec 
Asphalt Materials 
734-3722 

1987 Highland Avo E. 


STATEWIDE PAVING 
Driveways 
Parking Lots 
SodI Coatings 
- FREE ESTfMATESn 
CALL 736-1157 


REPAIR! 
.REFINISHING 


Wo Ropair, Rocolor & 

P wfi ninh rnthfr th.nn 
fomovo & replace Potcolam, 
ceramic tic, fiberglass, cultured 
trjrtfe, rrufStaf^icourterlcps ' 
WtiulchwhDms& colon ' • 
Upto85%9ovlng3l 
All work fa guorontoodl 
Froa cstlmolM on upgrading 
your homo or ranlal property! 

Tho Roflnlshor 
543-4934 


COATINGS 

733-7221 or 326-5657 

Commercial, industrial, 
_residentiaI_Bui!dupjoaIs. 
Leaks repaired In 24 hrs. 


Wo havo a good 
soloclion of NEW 5th 
WHEELS, TRAVEL 
TRAILERS & 
EXPANDOS in stock. 
Also largo selection of 
Starcraft TeniTroilorG. 
USED RV's&RV 
Ropairs. 

HARBAUGH MOTOR 
INC 536-6323 


SATELLITE 
EQUIPMENT & 

- SYSTEM REPAIR. 


MOST BRANDS 

■ ■ Satoililo systems • 

• Big Screen TV's • 

• Camcorders • 
•CarSloreo& 
Electronic oquipmont • 

• Copy S Fax machine^ • 
25 yrs oxporicncc. 

- Usually- ‘ 

- Same Day SorvIco 

• Call JPES 

733-2318 

■ loavo mossago 


SHARPENING 

SERVICE 


JOHN’S 

SHARPENING 

SERVICE 

Carbide & sled saws. 
Wo sharpen hedge trimmers 

141 Bracken St. S. 
734-4050 


ANDERSON'S 
SPRINKLER REPAIR 

Si’wee st3rt.upsSrrr.:cnance. 
Automatic S manual systems. 

Senior rates availablo. 
MlkeAnderson 733-8119 


SHELTON'S TREE 
SERVICE 

. tree topping, ircQiomoval. 
chain saw work, shrub 
trimming or removal, 
hauling of any kind. 

OR WHATEVER 
FREE ESTIMATES 
733-7438 -324-6641 

TREE 

STUMP* 

REMOVAL 

Froo ostimatos 

• 733 - 1554 . 
733-1566 


BE A CLASS OF ONE 

••Guaranteed Tuionng-- 
— Englisli Gr.nmm.ir.V.fiiing 
“_Croativu VYfiling 
Photography 
ColIJImal 733-9173 


ELECTROLUX 

Vacuums & shampooers, 
central vacuums. 
Sales, service & repairs. 

733-5618 
239 DuBois 


Vinyl Seat Repair • 
Specializing In , 
motofCyctg . - ATV -A — - 
_s_nowrnobilo spat covers. 
Free estimates, last doitvery. 
Call 829-5508 


AVAILABIUTY 
Tho Shbshono DUtrIcl ’ 

• BLM onnouncwi tho nvnil- 
ability of tho lallowino do- 
dslons and. whoro appro- 

p ri oto. tho Flndin p o (__N 0 

“significant Impocf Ac ro- 
quirod by tho Nationol En- 
vifonmontai Policy Act: 
Docicion on Croy. Crook 
Spring Dovofopmontt lo- 
entod in BLAINk county at 
TIN. R17E, Section 18, 
and artafyzod In onviron- 
mental document 10350- 
EA-94017. 

.For more inlormation con- 
tact tho Shoshorvo DO at 
P.O. Box 2-8. Shochooo. 
Idaho 83352. or call (206- 
886-2206). 

PUBLISH: Juno 16 and 

17. 1994, 

NOTICE OF REQUEST 
FOR PROPOSALS 
SUBJECT: Notice Is 
'hereby given the Idaho 
Stole Doparimont of 
Hoolth ond Wollaro. Divi- 
sion of Environmontol 
duality Is soliciting propos- 
als for romovol of mine 

iailino£.from.lho.bAnk6 

and floodplain of tho East - 
Fork Ninomilo Crook, 
which Is lo co tod in Shos- 
hone County 0 tow- miles 
north of Wallaco, 
DESCRIPTIVE SUMMA- 
RY: Tho contractor so- 
loctod lor this projoct will 
bo roquirod to provide 
construction sorvicos to 
IDHW-DEQ lor tho follow- 
'ing octividos: construction 
or iho structural best man- 
QflomonI practicos , 
(BMPs), including divor- 
sion of ino crook Into a 24 . 
inch pipe (providod by. 
•IDHW-DEQ) and Implo^'- 
■montntlon of sehodullng 


ol tailing under tho dl- 
roction el cfxi prc^oct fiold 
supervisor and plaoomont 
ol ihooo tailings to tho 
Dayre^ tailings ropesitary 
located adjacont to the 
work slto; rtttnoval ol porno 
siructural BMPs and in- 
stallation ol any stream 
stabilization structures ro- 
quirod. 

SUBMISSION OP.PRO- 
POSALS: All private' onii- 
ties must bo rogistorod 
with the State of Idaho Do- 
parlmont ol Admlnislro- 
bon. Division ol Purchas- 
ing prior to submission ol 
tho proposal. Six copios of 
tho proposal must.oo ro< 
coKrod at Iho locatien bo- 
kjw by 4:00 pm (PST) on 
Friday July B. im U you 
have any quostlons or 
would like a copy ol tho 
HFP. (QRFP94005). 
pioaso -contact Kon Grim- 
molt at 334-0410, 

Submit Proposals To: 
Idaho Oopartmont ol* 


21 10 Ironwood Porkway 
Coour d'Alono. Idaho 
03814-2646. 

Atm: Gooff Hnrvoy 

CDA Basin Rostoralion 

Coordinofor 

PUBLISH; Friday, Juno 3. 
in nnd 17 1994. 

NOTICE 

Nolico Is horoby givon 
that tho Twin Fails Soil 
and Wator Consorvollon 
District will accopt writton 
commonts from mo public 
concorning thoir Rvo-yonr 
Rosourco Consorvation 
Plan roviow and revision, 
Tho doodllno for writton 
commonts is Thursday. 
Jurw 30, 1994. Commonts 
may bo soni to Twin Foils 
Soil and Wolor Consorvo- 
tiori District, 212 Donro 
Siroot. Twin Falls. ID 
83301. 

PUBLISH: Friday, Juno' 
17 and 24. 1994, 


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E-2 Timos-Nowa, Twit\ rniii!, Id.ih 



Found: Good noiurod. mnlo 
Husky'X, lound ot Iho co>- 
nor 01 Filer & Monroo St. 

CnII 733-6459 

Four>dJuno 12: larQO Golden 


i -600-690-8227. Serving oil 
ol Souihom Idaho, mombof 
^hftmborofOommorc©. - 

107 SPECIAL 
NOTICES 

ALCOHOUCS 

ANONYMOUS 

'Cnll 733-6300 



AnnoureceimeiitS'-Empiov^ent . 


203 AGRICULTURAL ^207 OFRCD ... . . 
Slnfllopon»nrwododtodo • - - CljhlCAL i 

gonofiJ fmrn .a;^ irrifloli^ ^MVT Tolowlsion is hiring a 1 
foooiXiontel for a Job sharp j 


:207 OFFICE/ 

CLEfllCAL-:- 


I 207 OFFICE/ 
CLERICAL. 


I 207 OFFICE/ • 

I I CLERICAL 


101-208 


,20S PROFESSIONAL 


3 oporao, I Pun-llmo socrotarlal-rocop- CNA'i 


201 ADMINISTRATION 
MANAGEMENT 


I rocapfkyitetforajetoshorp i cloanlrKjdotMKsarrip^^ 

: Rnvo fd loost OTM yWs n>- wo will pvt variety in your 1 '. cattle feeding opornlion. IJ'.P?™®'’' - " **’9^ 

*->tpo* NIolHawfunosyouonrn 1 Computer Bkllla rMUlred. Blvd. 

oxtto ond improve your ^ 

sWHs. Wo hove short ond L. Goodmo. ID83930. . . . 


— — V — r72^i,«i t Senior Comjjonlon Proloct" 
'» Bfidgovlow MmImi Enstond Coordinator Icf 


Wanted oxportoncod swathor [ tiottco with godd vorbat W and knprevo your 

ond 1 ton baler operators, i communtcallon. cuslomor skiHs. Wo have short and 
Call 324-714S botwoon 0 ' sorvlco, coffiputor-skllls. longterm assignments ot 
tim nnd 5pm . ■ Start^ sollofy b SSAO on manysMItloveb. 

: heurartd the Mb win begin -/AMERICAN STAFFING, 
204 CHBJ3CARE j July 18 . 1694. KM\rTis e INC. 


Seasoned sstesperson Call324>714S botwoon 0 ' sorvlco, computor-skllls. 

with como construction tim nnd 5 pm ■ Stort^ soDofy b SSAO on 

oirporionco. : hourarrd the nb will begin 

Experienced lube & oil 204 CHLD CARE - | July 18 . 1694. KMVT is 

person. — i dnig troo workpbco end on 

Counter tsles wHh lumber PT eves. 18 yro old. CPR [ equal opporlunHy employ' 
yard oxpofkmco. corlHiod, own trano. Only or.MinoniycandKbiosore 


, 10 KoKo. Please cnll 324- sign the ICA petlu^ 

-121= Kig hway 30 Garage . 2 

Lost: Block Poodle Cross, . mitQ W. oIhrwlml - 

hacono eye. LosllhaTon^ in.— n-i 

around Berry's Morkol In io9 PROFESSIONAL 
^^Tynn^CnJ^7^3|643^^^^^^^' SERVICES 

Loot: Gray, long hok. 2 yr old 

cpI.Bufly.whlto markings. FREECONSULTATK 

ffppio Avo area. Call 733- EtanJLXomblifln. 


ANONYMOUS . yard oxporkmco. cortiiiod. own trano. Only . 

734-4547 • Lumberyird counter help, r.oriowi t>pplv. 733-7804. _ j 

Sign the ICA petition at Mustboo/potiorwo Working parents nood PT | 

tfichwnvnoQnrnnn 23/10 • A1 iobonropormanonl. luiF ofwrooKc household stress ; aroovnilobtoatKMVl i 
"rwol°™.T - liIm.lh ffinofia.Ap ply:. ; ,oloAt. aiikd.M u: ! Blao L«>o. BLVD M. ' 

■' EXPRESS ■ porintion olcliildtun7efrcr~ r FuHiilD.ft j-*/i- ~ 

iro PRGFF9StONAI ocR<unMMPi <;FnvtrP<t achocl suporvblon. & light ! S(ECtniVES£CftET> 

or ' household dutios. Mon-Fri . AiocolnorH>rolilorgon 

FREECONSULTAT.OH INoJee : ! 


AKA AMERICAN TEMPO- 
RARY SERVICES INC. 
CrdI 734-6452 
1-600-721-WORK 
EOE WFIDJV NEVER A FEE 


. wx/vinq.iL/.o-wv. . . . . ^ PROFESSIONAL _ 

, . , Sofvico Dopt. dork noodod. ,nr it^ 

: houfar»d the job wU begin jaM^RICAN STAFFING. I Will process work orders- 
j July 18. 1694rKMVTiso INC. |- post limo card intermabon - 

druofepowort^bceandan AKA AMERICAN TEWO- and submit warranty 


claims. Typing and com- 
puter skDb ore rxwdod. An 
agricultural background 


PatMlmo_posltion for per* ■ 
son who lltap wotldno wth; 
seniors, has organizaibnai . 
sklls and typir>g- keyboard 
sldSa. Cbse Juno 24. starts : 
Immediately upon hiring. 
Sond application, rosumo 
to: Morda Connor, Olllco 
on ^ing, CSI. P.O. Box 


; roloivof. Dulios-lndu: Ira ns:,. 1 Blu e Lakes . . . 

■ pofintion ol cliildtun7eTrcr~. FaltirtO I EXPRES! 

‘ achocl supervision. & light ! EXECUTIVE SECRETARY | pERSONN^SERI 
household dutios. Mon-Fri i Alecolnorkprofitorgonba- | Twin Fols. 733-7 


achocl suporvblon. & light ! 
I household dutios. Mon-Fri i 
' Irom 3pm to 6pm. must | 
' havo reliable ironsporta- i 
tlon.Cqll 734-3526 after j 


i nort-profil orgonbe- 
loQMngforaselt- 


Twfn ! -Office A Ck)r1caJpo6«iooB.i holiday pay. Good working Position oponOd for o 

py r condltona. Pay scale fa do- Spooch-Longoogo Palhokv hav 

ARY tscoS^jMCi arevtrF*? ' pendent open prior rolalod gist In Goodlng^ondolt g,ooln 

iSa- : working oxporlonco. Sond Sroa. Will workln CFf^- S^rrolnl 

Sh O rosumo to:^orvlco Dept, long term core, sotting. Op- ' 

Burfov. 67MP40 Ne toe_ 1 p n n«y liO Twin Fafls. nnrtimltw nunmonlal VO 


Quirod. tamilior w*h vorioos on Aging, CSI. P.O. Box 
inxroMrts, inventory con- .jggJ po||„ -fQ 

troll, linanclol stalomonts. - /aaoiTasa. AA/EOE 


ngficullufni background ^wh FaBs County fa now oc- 

would bo helpful. Position . i bopting mplicationt for a 

ollorn vacation, sick end . Mf? 91 PffEF ” ■ JuvonuomiMHion Officer, 

holiday pay. Good working Position oponOO tor o Tj,o successful applicant ” 

conditlona. Pay scale b do- Spooch-Longuego Palh^ y^,l[] tusve o Bachofor's Do- 


will havo o Bachofor's Do- 
eroo In Bohovioral Sebneo 

I working oxporlonco. Sond area. Will workln ICFMR- or rolalod field. Provlous 

I a roBumo to: Service Doot. lorig term core, sotting. Op- oxporkmco In juvenUo pro- 

I Burfoy , 678-4D40 No hy _ p.o. Box 149. Twin Fallo, porlunliy ougmoniallvo bsilon Is preferred. Inlor- 

•PT Bilingual socrelnry-liling | |(jaho B 3303. Sole ^/*d up- rf,fy,fniY.l>niinn childrnn-A oxtodpoTSomrmiiyTRjafflll 

^--cbrk-Iof-bgsy-Law-oflleer-: piicanls wii! do contoeloa adults wWi handicops. Con- jm application arto rosumo 

! Will train. Work Wed A Fri j roroROffonoIWorylow, nuHativo role, oxeoplional to Twin FoOs County Com 
i afiornoona. Send Rosumo j' - ■ ■■ salory, excellent bttnolili.. missionors' ofileo fourth 


Juno 10 in oroo ol Wiso- 
mon A Washington. 

CnI 734-6617. 

Lost: Mole Golden Lab. litllo 
— -'over l-yoflr-oldrwoofing~- 
choke collar. Last soon 
Morninsido School. Call 
733-7919. 


Aiiomoy nl Law . 202 ADULTCARE i " — ■ 

Divorco/PalornilyCuctody — 

Sodnl Security Dicnbiliiy/SSI 15 days oil per month. Bo- '205 DCfiKaTlC/ 
BnnkruptcyWiIIs ginning pay. SI. 038 per ' HOUSEHOLD 

D.U.I. Roprof-onlolion month to $1,306 within 10 : ; 

Roasonobly priced months plus hoahh, dental. FT housokoopor-days, 

733.5900 — ond oducolion bor»Iib.--«>— •hpubb*.l*m<‘“ 

DASJl^DMDTnv nuol raises A Iwo wooks lullorial dowina SoMftls 

' poid vocation. Insorvlco , ir»dodo. v«akm bte^ 

All Chapters A AG i ....bu.. i nnco. merit raise.- oftor 90 

fointodensos 
Ffoo Tolophono’ 

Consultation 
536-7760800-54 S-21 66 
Wm H. Afu/berry' 


I grool'loblorapefBonwtw 
oniM a rool chaOonge. 
nimumot 30 hours 
If IntorDSlod. 


-i-cwriwor-o«By-ka^.i«j»^ piicanls wil! bo contoe 
i! Will train. Work Wed A Fn ! torwBKSor^Worviow, 
i afiornoona. Send Rosumo j' 


RMo; Utho B3443 
Bonbiplcy 


Found A For Adoption KEVINM.ROGERS 
Dogs or^iilo^d In Tuos- AtiomovalLnw. 324-t5S3 


Lost: Mlnloluro Apricot with Froo Tolophono- h»nHirnnnnrf indlvlduali : Complota oppUcnllon at: 

while Poodle, romolo. In - Consuliition : 500 PdkSt E^mbortv. 

■ Bos<h7oo5 fhruFrfeta2 ' . House eteanirto, lOvrsoxpe- ' 

. o 22vrt^^J:^ Wanted: RN's end LPM'lt : i rbneo . refs avail. /3/U7 . 19 . 

TWIN FALLS , Midland Coro Conlor. Norn- i Houaokeopor akfo for small 

ANIMAL SHELTER — po. RN's start at : roaldontiol coro eonior. 

Bnn^^ $1 5.00 per hour, ond LPNc I 326-3200 apply Ifom 6 to 

Found A For Adoption «viMu"q?^PRq r.tnrt m tlQ 00 nor hour. All ! 5om. Mon-Fri 

s.7wT*l'c'S"Tb:; 

day A Sunday Tlmos- Do you need ironing. proBs- Ploasoopply In porson ol 

• Nows. Locatod 139 6th mg. or some mondmg lin- 203 AGRICULTURAL Bridgoviow Estates. 

Avo W aftornoona lchod7l conhob j^lCon- 736-3933 

onlv Mon-Pri Closed vonioni drop oil A pickup. Exporioneod outsido dairy 

SoK A hdkiays C^^^ Cft<l 734-2174. worker. Cnll Miko. 324- JOB «DICAL7 ‘ 

— 736-2290 (or more inlor- - suffering from unwanted _B560, or 736-6314. ; DENTAL 

motion^This Is n public , face or body hair? Wo Full time milker. Buhl area, ; 

sorvico.announcomomof. : have o permanent solu-. . exporloncod only. Coll : AtaoCNAHlRlNGBONUS 

ThoTimos-News. lbn...oloetrojyste. on allord- 543-6971 kooplryino. NA-CNAlocnroforrocidemo 

able, potmanonltfonlmonl IMMEDIATE OPENING , In a nursing homo, oxpori- 
105 PERSONALS nwaris you. Free consulto- OutskJo sabs posit loo lor - once prolorrod, but wil tram 


. B3301- 

morit raise,- oftor 90 > Chock clasuiied tor wtulovar 
robotlonary potiod. you eood - irs a oreal way - 
ilola ^pllcallon ol: | to savo money. 


slbn avalabb at Idaho’s 
largosi nmt-lo-own. $650 
plus monthly bonus. Good 
benefits. Salurdays n>- 
qiired. Apply In porson; 
5663>uoLakDoBNd. 


■ I Wanted: Ambitious, sponta- | 

- I noouB, energetic, activity'! P«"®S® 

- I director for our retirement l 

^ communily. Mual ohjoy ; hrs. Send osomo to. 
1 WOlklng with BOr*X8. If yw ‘ ,^^»MArlnlnB 

I I ,ualll7lorlhl.p08Mono^ TFIot': 


on oppUcotion and rosumo 
to Twin FoOs County Com- 
missionore' olllco fourth 


^ h nnn-jyi R( Brkiaaviow ' 493 tOsOond Ur. If BJAJI. l 

! Call7M^132.0f FK733- Twin F.ill«C<K,«y bim ocfol 


products, distributor cost. 


body half? Wo Full time milker. Buhl area, ; 

lormonont solu-. exporloncod only. Call : AtaoCNAHlRlNGBONUS 
Jrojyste. on allord- 543-6971 kooplryino. NA-CNAlocnroforrocidemo 
manonltfonlmonl IMMEDIATE OPENING , In a nursing homo, export- 
lu. Free consulto- Outside sales posit loo lor '■ once prolorrod, but wil tram 
nl tfoalmoni In 0 farm-rnnehsup^storoin ■ the rlghl irtdividuato. «oo(- 

volo sotting at Iho Jerome. Must bo enorgolic. < lor« benollls incki^: Inwr- 

Illnlc. 736-7175. aggrosaivo, aeH-elnrlorA once, paid vocation, shilt 
byoppointmoni loom obyor. Anlmol ' dlKofonllol ond bonuses. 


qm clean, pnvolo sotting at Iho 
Derma Clinic. 73^7175. 
Mon-Snl. by nopointmont 


Do you need help on you 
prooioms? Soo Miss Ros 


PALM READER A 
AOVfSOR. Also taro card 
roodor.Past.presoniand 113 CKLDCARE 

future. Hosholpod many SERVICES 

othorti. n« iw? Pn- Bobysitting; Lovablo, whole- 
vote ropdin^ Lt^od in some dimosphoro. Refs, 
Burtoy, 1719 Ovorbnd Avo roasonablo. 324-3163 


Mon-Snl, by nopointmont loom pbyor. Animal dlKofonllol ond bonuses. 

Wdl do part-lime housokoop- hoakh-Aa (^om MpotjorKro ' Apply In po«on 500 Polk 
Ing, bobysilllng In Jerome opius. aolanrDOE. Sor>d St. E, Kimberly. 
nfen.Amonda&4-7584 rosurpo to: Stove Rooan Accepting opplicollons for 

Compony.421Sa.500W. in-homocarongoncy. llyou 
113 CHLDCARE SoHLakoCitv, UT 84123. ■ oro a CNA on the Notional 

SERVICES Milker noodod. Must havo 2^ Registry with on FBIback- 


Accepting applications for 
in-homocoro agency. Hyou 
. dro a CNA on the Notional 


Milker noodod. Must havo 2 Registw with on FBIback- 
yrs experience. Coll oftgr 6 ground chock co^lotod 


some ntmoBphofd. Refs. , r-j- 2Su n'ivo wovVinfofoshad 

rnai.ddAlii.35.JIKl M,lkr..«drdJ. 536.2359. !■ f™ "JilildVvn jra.M 

LICENSED child care. ICCP Noodod: rosponslbtoporton v,ago8,vncoilonandhoti- 
accopled.tifsloldoACPfl to mft nlgW shrfL Siirwuot, doy componsotion. Con- 
enrt.. field ifba 73^6092 must he etpor. 934-6507. . ,^5',. Pullln ol 

Lieonsod doycaro. meal- Nood full-time experienced SELECT HOME CARE 
_J?ind«pfDvrt{rf 7334754 farm equipment oporalor, |NC. Mon-Fri, 9om-5pm. 

iVSr ^ ■■ - ■ [ mechanical oblliiy. pivot 733-9200. 

■Jot ufMnulhinit jmd po(«o oiporleneo pro- A.O.ON. lor long term care 

.jOL somumn^ tadhy. Must bo R.N. Prefer 

• I m uin' oxperioftco with MDS, core 

to Jicl nd of? 551 18 am 10 5 pm. Mon- p2n_ fohob and stoff devd- 

rn. cue. nnm/ml fiend meumeto: 


UNLOAD 

Got Komuliiin^ 

YOUR 

to {icl rid of? 

lUTE! 

'Hic Chissificd.s 

L 

arc a jirunl place lo 


loot your own 
horn and fatten 

^ And 

your w.allcl! 

// make 

1 some 

1 ^ extra .. 

Call 

douf^ht 

733;pp31 


Tq. place your 

classified Ad 

4 . 

TlicTTmcs-Ncws 


Need hordsporson lor lg 
dairy In Hazolion oroa. A1 
skjlla roq * good dairy skills, 
inci coll monagomonl A 

S ral cow health core, 
rosumo lo Aurora 


tadhy. Must bo R.N. Prelor 
exporiom) with MOS.coro 
plan, rehab and staff dovol- 
opmonl. Softd rosumo to; 

P.O, Box X, KimbOffy, 


Exeellsnt Job Opportunity. 


THE ACES ON BRIDGE 


"Nothing is good or bad Dtii by honors arc trapped and East gets 


— Thomas Firiicr. 


If .nil bridge players wcrii ♦ Q 10 9 

pKneed in Uircc categories — be- •¥• J 8 Q 2 

low average, average and above c 

average — where would you fit? fc^b 

Test yourself with today's slam, iV/-- 2 

looking at only the , Norlb-South . I „ , if ^ T {) 

- c.nrdK and tile bidding. * K O 9 7 5- *10 

Sihee Soutli has a bolter li.nnd 
than he had promised with his SOUTH 

jump to four .spades, he bids a * A Q 10 

confident slam after partner ^ ^ 

shows enough .support lo enter ^ a ^ 

Uie auction at tlic nye-lcvel. * ^ 

The bclow-avcragc SouUi wins ,, , , , -^.r c- . 

his club aco and draws 11, .c lone 
outstanding trump. NexL he cash- 
cs the heart acc, ruffs a heart .and 
pl.iys ace .nnd anoUicr diamond, ^ 

This line fails when East Dikes East South West 

two diamond tricks for one down. 2 V • -J * 5 V 

The average player docs a little Pa.-.r. CA All pa 

better. He ivins the dub acc, cash- , 

c-s Uie heart ace and ruffs ahcarL two-bid - 

He ruffs a club and lends a trump Opening lead; Club lung 
to dummy lo ruff another club. — — 

AnoUicr trump to dummy and an- BID WITH THE / 

_nt1u>r_clu h .mff elimin at e cl ubs . . ,. . 

and South leads a low diamond to South holtls:_ 

Uic nine and East's jack. East re- A 5 

turns n diamond and SouUi fincss- 

cs, happy when the endplay sue- . ♦ K J C 


a?e“(Sr 9 ^ Pa, 7 ' Clinic ManogoroMlstanl lor 
■ <L mvltiphyScionotfkaM. 

^ Physidafl otlico oxporkmoo 
WAfl&OUSEOPEBATOR and Word PPfleclfoquifOd. 
Forry-MofW Seed Company. . . compwiwnotw^oi^fi-' • 
a loader In vogotablo ro- oncae dus. Send routne 
coarch, production ond (o-otticoAssistontP.O. 
sales is seeking a Ware- Box 566. Jerome Idaho 
house Ooorelor ai our 

From onicofeeopiloeui lor 
oxpqrionco in seed rnilling, oHkxi- Inauraneo A 

(foaling, oorimg ond HyclOf compuior oxporkinco hob- 
'°r-h W- 18 hre p« wook. Khi 

001 My (0 liK to start. Sond resumes to 

math skills and (loxbility to - Q„ij„ Monogor. S26 A- 
work venous shifts os wa- shoup Avo West. Twin 
son roquiros, Applicolions pnii, fn R.3301 
maybooblomodol: — , ‘ " — r~~~. — TT“ 

Fsrry-MorM S««d LPN or modbol acsidanl lor 
tkimpeny doctors' oflicQ. 36 firs per 

22689 Highway 30 wook, Solory ■» bonofils. 

Hsns«nlD63334 Storting 7-18-94. Send re- 

sumos to Ollico Manogor. 
Equal Opportunity ,4 Shoup Avo West. 

EiwM^nr Twin Fate. ID 63301. 

LPN'PRN 

ir iltnoss, vacations 
Nood b LmmodialoIl 

Uobljywoilt I Twin Folb Caro Contor 
734-4264. ask for 
Holon Bufxlv 


rapped and East gets Noi|usts}ob-bagl 

J_,i esroor In houtih core. Wo 

hire CNA'c A will train NA'e. 
Apply In porson ol busl- 
noBs oKIco. 640 Fllor Avo. 
West. WosI Magic Core 
Conlor, Twin Fnlb. 

♦ Q 10 9 ■ , PosIkxiB open lor fuU 

*J8Q2 partlimo RN's-ond LPNs in 

' Minidoka Memorial Hot^ol 
EAST Arid extended core focillty. 

* 5 Contact RoNao Smith, 

w K O 10 9 8 4 Minidoka Momorbl Hospl- 
^ If T n r- ltd, 1224 Bih Street. Rupert 


only one di.'imond trick. 


V K Q 10 9 8 -I 
♦ K J 0 

)- * 10, -13 

SOUTH 

*AQ 10 98-12 
V A 7 

♦ A 7 5 

* A 


Vulnerablc:TVortJi-SouUT 
Dealer: East 


South West North 

-] * 5 V 5 « 

C A All pa.ts 


BID WITH THE ACES 


y K Q 10 9 8 1 

♦ K J C 

* 10 -1 3 


The top player gets the job North • South 

done quickly and cleanly, wiUiout 1 * 1 ¥ 

Uie need of risking .i diamond fi- 1 * 7 

ncr,sc. He win.t the club acc and , 

cashes one trump, followed by Uic ANSWER: Two hearts. Very 

hc.irt acc and a heart ruff. Then close lo n tlirce-lie/irl invilabontd 

he leads any diamond, passing thc--t,Td. Many optimists would choose 

trick to West if East docs not cov- tlj^t course. 

cr. If West is able to win the trick, — 

he is bndplayed in citlicr minor, or 

must concede a ruff and discard, fo/rry*-. " . 

In tod.ny'-s case. East’s di.iniorid c<TyriutiU»»<.i!nit-.iK..iu7.sr7~icti. 


: RN's - LPN's Part-time A 
; PRN shlfis avail. Long-term 
; caro exporionco prorarred. 
i Coll 0.0. N 423-5691 or 
I complete oppllcaiion ot 500 ' 
, PolkSt.ETWr 
! SCHOOL NURSE 
' Sooking outstanding candl- 
: dote lor the position of 
School Nurse in the Mtn 
' HomoSchool DIsl. Muet 
hove RN with a School 
Nurse Endorsement 
through Iho Stole Dopt ot 
Education. Apply to; Mtn 
Homo School Dist, PO Bex 
I 1390, Mtn Homo, ID. 

; 83647, or call Linda Schon- 


. Wo train 
.NURStNGASStSTANTS , 
Twin Fate Coro Contor 


— 207-OFHCE/ 

CLERICAL 

Clerical Opening. 

I WP Lotus a must. 

, coll SNAKE RTVER 

J -^fJAP.6, 

736-HIRE (44731 
^ e.O.E.A.OA.M;F/V/H 
IMMEDIATE OPENINQ 
CUSTOMER SEVR1CE REP 
' Ground lloor position with . 
; growing k>col bursnesa_Ex- 
' collont potonliol for ad- 
: voncemont. OuaTiliod oppH- 
I conts will pososs strong 





Pridny. Juno 17, 1904 , ' TimoS'Nows.-Twin Fnlls, Idaho E-3 


£mploymeni:-Financial-Onstruction-Real Estate/Sale 


208-502 


PARTS PERSON NEEDED 
FOR GM STORE 

- „_*_Good Benefits - ■ -r- — 

.* Competitive Salary 
• Pleasant working ■ 
environment 

Call Dave at 543r6461 
After hours call 543-9220 


T b eHines^fews 

is looking for Indcpoidcnt Junior 
Carrto in the Twin Falls Area 


900-1000 2nd Avt W 
100-1000 3rdAvc. W 
300. .. 3rtJSLW.. . 
100 Austin Ave. 

100-200 'Blake Sc ~ 
700-800 Delong Ave. 
300 Oak SC 

100-300 Ostrander SC 
100-200 Washington SL 

wmsc 


300 


IT you live by any ofthcsc streets and 
would like to be an Independent Carrier 
for the Tlmes-News, call 733-0931 

^SlIieTuniesjNews 


PROFESSIOHAL 


itjn npplic 
MENTAR 


occordino to tho nmot 
salary ochoulo. Clo 
dato: JutyO. 1094. 
Appllconls must hole 
qukod corlilicalion 
To opply contod: Mario . . 
vons, Porsonrujl Coordino- 


Hall llmo oocondary 

K1, ( ' 

II 


ml, hall tlmo limo toachor: 


a lul-boy'o v( 
ill, Boccor. . 
EOE. Appllcollon 
Unlil lillod. Forr 


1063314:20^52-4445. ' 


NESTLE BRANDS 


participant Inpototc 
cossing ior tho lood u 
Indusiry, Our lactortos pi 
COBS Irozon potatoos Ir 


is looking for Independent Junior 
Carrier in the Twin Falls Area 


Route 832 

300-^ Addison Avenue 
300-400 Filer Avenue 
300-400 Heybum Avenue 
100-500 Jackson Street 
100-400 Quincy Street 

If you live by any of these streets and 
would like to be an Indcp(»dciU Carrier 
for the Hmcs-Ncws, call 7334)931, ext 203 


ITheTunes^few^ 


ptoyocfl with II 

knowlodgo roquirod-i 
moot cuBtomor oxpoct 
lions and DMsion goioia. 

Quollliod condldotos « 


lion, BuBinoss, < 


gonlzallonol skllla a 


The Times-News is contracting 
Junior carriers for the 
following'strccts: 

-!fulieLane 
_ - Warm Springs 
- Boulder Circle 
- White Cloud 

ir you are interested and live by 
these areas,- call 733-P931, ext. 202 


l^^lTlieTimes-Ngws 


quiroa 

tlons 

SWIiB. 


dortl^, lilo irtsuronco, v 


dotOB oro oskod to oond i 


Company 
'• P.O.Box 0069 
. ■Nnmi?n.JD6365g_^ 


209 RESTAURANT/ 
LOUNGE 


JB’b Family Rsstaurant 
1 b now inlorviowing for tho 
tolowing pocitiomi: Un« 


635 Blue UtoaBlvdN. 


lorwEtB. Cmo chock us a 


lobs Careers 
Futures 



In The Hospitality Industry 


C.ictiis petes Re.scirt CasiiU), tlie only Four 
nLinioitcl jiroperty in NortiuMst Nevada. 
■ invites yon to e.Nperieitce the excitioj; i;amiii)j 
,iml hospitality imliistry. We have full aiuj 
iviit'iime Mimmer iMsitioiis nvailalde for all 
lyjie.Mtf work. ' 


ixceliem workini; 
insuraiiee and profit 


We offer compeliliv 

coiidiiions. heallli 

■■harini'. If you' are inietesied, can us at 
(208)f 56-1626 or {500-H2-3833. ext. 6609 for 
.lilt luiman rcsmirccs rvprcscntntivcs-Mnndny 
ihioiich i'riday. heiween 9 a. in. and 3 Jt.m. _ 


•Keno 

RunnerAVriler* 
•Room Attendant* 
•Houseman. . _ 
•Stocker/Chccker 
•Custodian 


•Gi^e Cashier 
'•Arcade Attendant 
•Hard Count Team 
Memlwr 

•PBX Reservations* 


. (y> 

.'/•oitr Diirmoml Atfurtl 


J.idlH.r, Ncv.iJa 


last growing oloctronic in- 
dustry. Must hav 
voico lof tolomar 
ply In porcon o' 
Technology, 2& 

3.. Twin FftU, 

Elocirical romonufoclurlnq 
comporry dooSng in oloctn- 
cal swflOT goar iookirtg tor q 
soloo roproaontativo la 


Idaho Fans. 1083403. 




OPPORTUNITY 

'AO roal osQto advehlilrig in thi 
rmvspopor It subjoct to mo Fa 
Hsutmg Act svhich tmkoB it Bog 
lo odvorllao 'any ptoloronc 
irrmtan or tboVrracn fcasod 0 


|cu56dian; prognantwomon 


law. .Qur loadors arqjhorol 
.Informod Ihal all dwollini 
(utvonlaod in mis rxwspapor oi 

a^aUSor 

tndiTog 


rotcnipbinol 
JO Tdl'lioo a 


210 SALES j. 

AVON wonlo Individuals In- 
- - lereated in earning $6-$10 
A ' per hour. No door to door. 
a Li-.«KM0^'1C0.9, 

FT counter sale posillon 
g available at Pipoco, duties 
Includes all ospoclo of 
' ' smell business operations. 

Bonllls IrKfudos, Insurance 
a- .4bonusprogrom, Ploaso 
s- respond If you are looking 
lor bng term omploymoni 4 
ambltloUB. Rosumqsac- 
cnotrid nt 402 WnshlfKlTon. 

. InslJotoolsalos.' 
No oxporionco nocossary, 
wll Irain, earn os you learn. 
" commlaolons 4 oolary. 

Must have transponoilon. 

-i* Cal between 9 om ond 2 pm 
t OnN 733-5137. 

' ' Now taking opplicatbns for 
,L_PART.T1)3 e snioa.-Lookjng- 
^ for friendly, enthusiastic, 

* outgoing person, Apply in 

person: 1136AddisonAvo 
E. Zurchor's Pdriy 4 Wed- 
ding Store. No phorw 
calls oloaso. 

r Soloe clerk position avall- 
ablo.Abllltytodovarloua 
typos of noodlowoik a 
' must. Apply In person Sol- 
“ ufdny or Tuosdoy. Bring 
jv samples of work. Tiffany 
Rounro. 257 Main Avo W._ 

ao Sales Opportunity 

ill Progressivo consumer oiec- 
or tronlcacomponylssookitbg 
onoortwoonor^ic,onthu- 
eo sialic colospooplo. Elec- 

-o. Ironies oxporionco opluo 

to butnotnoccossary.Pfoase- 
gd send your resume lo; Box 
Ti- 96900, c/o Tho Tmos- 

c- Nows. P.O. Box 540. Twin 
11. FiJs. ID 83303 

WANTED 

Posilivo, onihuclasilc, roll- 
oblo, sell stortorslo join our 
ij. loam.-;-$1500 por.jno. 
lo‘’‘'guaronlood lo our lull timo 
g oooplo. $1000schotarshipc 
f. (ofjhoso who qualify, Pnrl- 
,f limo programs ovoilablo 
o also. For moro Inlormotlon 
i. cojl^^ic Volley Kirby at 

° 211 TECHNICAL 

FT position for workinn do- 
ll patimoni head to do al as- 

1- poets ol voccum cloonor 

d BOfvico. 4 repair. Wont soil 

- moilvotod person, able lo 

r- ouporviso olhors. fomlllar 

r- with inventory systems, 4 

n basic managortol skills, 

r Great business opportunity 

■ fo(.LodNklual. Contact Mike . 

- Of Donna « 733-8350. 

' INSTALUR 

Progressiva cartsumor obe- 
tronba company b seeking 
otto oMwe onoivb, onihu- 
1 oiatblnstallOfS.Ebctronics 
• oxportortcoB>tabutnoi 

noocoesory. Ploaso send 
n your resume le: Bex 96900, 

4 e/e The Tlmos-Nows, P. 0, 
e Box 548. Twin Foils, 10 

. 

f 212 TRADE 

Cabinet installor noodod im-- 
modioioly. Must bo ozporl- 
oneod In both cablnotiy and 
Formica insloHalbn, Need 
own tools end doeondabb 
vohldo, Apply at JM. Kiteh- 
one 767 Sid Avo W. Equal . 
ravxvtunItvotTXjbvor. V 

Cemmorelal Jpurnoymon 
- drywoll hangers 4 tasors, . 
Apply in person at valloy V 
High School in Kazolion, 
Moft-Thurs, ask ter Wendell ^ 
Snvdof.. • • 1 

DICK SIMON TRUCKING 
Now higher poy scale, 46 
ortd Conodo. Great botto- 
filr. 1-800-727-5665 

DRIVERSII 

Locai companytokl/tg oppli- 
cations for OTR drivers. 48 
slates 4 Canada, must bo 
COL qualified. Good poy. 
company-poid bonoflls. 
Coll Dan wkdnvs 324- 5053 

Drivers ttoodod. Call 
768-4525. nsk lor Jim. 

Driver wonted lor small com- 
pany. 48 statOB, llolbod. 
Must have good driving 
record.. Send Inlormotlon; •, 
PO Box 162. Buhl. ID 
R3.316 

Experienced cosmetologist 
with cllontolo noodod lor 
ostabllshod salon. Call 
734-5610- 

Exporioncod Journoyman 
plumbers 4 appronllcos. 
Coil 733-9350. 

FT or PT oxpofkmcod diesel 
nt'odhanic. Iloxiblo schod- 
ulo. Must havo own tools, — 
' exp on cslorptlarproforrod. 
Cn»934-64igoves. 

HAKSTYUST 
Wo now have openings for 
youinqurbusysoJonl- ” 

• Guorontood salary PLUS 

commission 

1 • Paid vocollon, holidays, 4 
1 moro 

J • Company Insurance at C 

group rales 

• Rotiromont, profit sharing, 

etc. 

• Advoncod training 

For moro informoibn about 
kiinlngthoJ.C. Penney / 

sdten team, call 7344)8» ^ 

luvt nsk for Toni. ^ 

HAVE OPENING FOR 
SOLO LONG-HAUL- 

DRIVER to run LA/Bay 
area, regular schodulo. 
Mual havo Roofer oxporl- 
eneo 4 good driving record. 

AH bcnoila includlr^ hoafth 
insurance 4 pension plan. _ 
Apply in person, 9-12om 4 
1-4pm, Monday through 2 
.] Friday. ' 

i; Dennis L Clark, frtc- Truck __ 
Route 4 Birch St. Buhl. ID 

HIrirtgfon Produetteo 
workers, landscaping, lood L 
procoeshtg, warohouso. 

machinists, carpentry, 
CDLdfivoro. 

Twin Fnib 733-7300 
Bur1^67a-4040'NoFoo - 

EXPRESS -r 

PERSONNn. SERVICES « 

Journeyman otectridans, 4 
flpprontieos for *fork In tho 
Stanley area. Cal 
1-800-842-5802 

l.iconcod cosmolologist 
rwanlod.Con 676-9516. 


ors. now . 
pay& tsonol 
P34-4451 


oqul^er 
fwllB. Cal 


to^ foquifod. A^y In pof- 
son only. Bill Aulomolivo's 
402MnrnAvP. S.TF ■ 


- packager, will imin, 
in porcon 193Foir Avo. 
or, ID 




OTR 

Flaibod drivers noodod to 
: opofolo'in wDSlorn etnlos. 
2yoars oxporionco ro- 
qurod, Musi havogood 


Part limo early morning }anl- 


_lo(iaU)ol^. supervisor- pooM-—«ulolor-ond-som«book- 
llon. ona lull llmo pOBilion tooping oxporionco, Appll: 
nvnilftblo. Coll 734 •6697. cants mutl bo porsonnblo 


tractors licdnso roqulrod. 
Coppor. DWL and domostic 
wnior. TYPE 'L*., 4' and 
cmallor. Sond rosumo lo; 
Brod Horrlck, Olympic Pa- 
d5c. to N Hartman. Boiso, 
ID 63704 EOE 


' SoBBonad aaleaperaon 

with Bomo construction 
oxporionoo. 


' LumbaryBrd counter help. 
Must bo oxporionco 
Ul jobs oro pormarwnt, full- 
tlmo with borwrits. Apply; 

EXPRESS 

PERSONNEL SERVICES 
ttl F1lorAve.or 
call 733-7300 

* No fee 


213 MISCELLANEOUS 
OPPORTUNTTIES 


BE ONE OF AMERICATrS 
MOST WANTED 
Toll us If you want M., p.t. or 
Boasonolwodi. 

NEVER A FEE 

Can734-€452 
1-80O-721-WORK 
AiCniCAN STAFFINO. 
INC. 


215 BABYSITTERS 
' .WANTED 


1502 HOMES.. 
I FOR SALE 


1 502 HOMES 
FOR SALE 


217 RESUME 

PREPARATION 


Storting wago $6.65 por 
hour. PutloB nroprimnriy 
caohlorlng, with olhor ro- 
latod tosks. Rotoling work 
BChoduk). Nood tO key cal- 


733-2009 lor customized 
t)ro(. rofluma.- RovSIollnn 
Manic Word. 734-8217. 
Profesalonal Rea urrMS 
Cjnd^o^»1Mfl_^ 


All brick homo. 3 bdrm, .1.;' 
both, unliniBhod basomont, 
foncod back yard, fruit 
irooE, Near Mornlngsldo- 


241/TACRE ESTATE. 

.13.719 sq ft Dutch country 
-styto homo, fabulous mos- 
tor BUrto, guosi house, 
chop, conius. horso tataJI- 
tios, pasture & alfalfa. Lo- 



•COUNTRY 
CHARMER 

Givo your horse the best with 
i this 3 '/5 acroB kxmlod bo-. 
■ twoon Joromo 4 TF, Hugo 
I corral, barn, tack rm, 4 
I nnnei tnriryxl riar.Hirr> YtiiiTI 


. 43750* 

2.6 acres lacing Bllllnacly 
Crook, 3 bdrm moollo 
homo. 2 both, for appoint- 
morn coll 637-6357. , 

2 bdrm, nil electric, A frnmo 
■ homo. $52,800. Drive by, 
- 375 Jofloroon thon coll 
; 73.x7623lot'i»ot- 


Equol Opportunity Employ- 
er. Bring rosumo lo: 
Grover’s Pay and Pack 
ISOEsatfandOr.So. 
Twin Falla, ki 63301. 
huro, FrI, Sol, Mon, Tuos. 
Juno 16, 17. 10. 20,21. Bo- 
Iwoon.tho hours of 9 am 
and 1 1 nm. onty 


• 301 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNmES 


ct^ homo with 2 liv- 

ijng rooms 4 n firop Lico for 
ddch.2 Irg ddckb nrxJ morn. 

, $1 25.000. Joon 733-8070 

CLOSE-IN 

Acroago. Wlirmointalnod, 

I family homo, locotod on a 
' cukfo-sac. Gorgoous Ulch- - 
on, living room with llro- 


n-or ioieDYLrwitBr 

: 3 bdrm. 1 .5 bath homo w/lull 
' unlinishod basomont., car- 
•— poft ft 'gpmo'out buHdingar— 
6-f acroo pa&luro *w/7 
BhoroB TF Conal water. 5 
minuios from downtown TF.‘ 

• $125.000.734^4313. 

GREAT ACREAGE 
: FOR FAMILY AND-' 
HORSE LOVERS 
4 bodroom, 2 bath homo on 1 


with all endorcomoniB, 
’toads within 250 miloe, 
423-5692 - -- 


rontiy have factory and cor>- 
structlon companies who 
choose our bosi workers for 
hire. 

EVERAFEE 

Con 734-6452 
- 1-600-721-WORK 
AlCRICAN STAFFING, 
INC. 

AKA AMERICAN TEMPO- 
RAHY SERVICES INC. 


; Experienced ptossporson 4 
I a Iralnoo, lor nowepapor- 
I job shop. GosB Commu* 
: niloo Pross. Mall rosumo 
i to: South Idaho Prose, PO 
i Box 190, Burloy, ID 63316, 
I orca)1206-67B-2201. 


ply botwDon tho hourc c 
and3 alScubaAdvonturo . 

147 Main Avo E. 

FT, fortfmnn position epoflod, _ 
oxporioncQ In conaoto.' 
CrJ 734-1996. 


Now cofvico, earn 3K mo. In- ; 
voslmoht- 801-621-7259. 

$ PAYPHONE ROUTES $ 
Local citos tor solo $2000 wk 
pot, 80Q-2Q&-S30024 hm. 
Stall own hoallh or>d nutrition 
businOBC working w- MO. 
SorfouB incomopofonliaf. 
$30 invosimonl. 6. Jacobs 
MO, 24 hr mug. 1-800-729- ■ 
1673 0X19473, , 


i^.bondoblo. Coil 
I 734-0463 nflor4om. 

I LHoguards and swim instruc- 
I tors noodod. Prior oxpori- 
! once and conHicalions noc- ; 
Al hours ovoilablo. 


CnliyFC; 


THE TIMES-NEWS 
tS LOOKING FOR 
WDEPENOENT 
JUNIOR CARRIERS 
IN THETWIN FALLS AREA 


10th Avon 
lllhAvoN 
Addison Avo 
Haybum Avo 
Lincoln St 
ShochonoStN 
Torroco Drrvo 


clroolB and would like lobe ' 
. an Indopondofit Carrior lor 
Tho ’fimos-Nows. call 
7330931 oxt 203. ,i 


Tho Joromo School District b I 
now aceepliiig oppIkMlions i Porl-timo llorol doalgnor. 
fortholollcrwingposlliorw; i Onlyoxporioncodnoodiv- 

I'ply.M^lmum lyr oxpofl- , jiaoo-wkpotontial, W 
I orico.^posignfrosn.ailkji SELL1-806-745-3356. 


VENDING-FANTASTIC local 
roulo. 400% prolils. 
$1200-wkpqtontia(, MUST 


. ilory P,E. poslion 
may bo eombinod with of- 
thorthoSpoelal Education 
ortho Kindorgarlontocro. 
old a lull timo pooHion. Ap- 
pHoonie must poGooes vnid 
Idaho cortHied ion. 

0 opply. eomaet Linda Ad- 
ams at 107 West 3rd, Jor- 
omo, Idaho 83338 


Equal Opportunity Em- 


dried lloworo. Reply to PO 
BPX1137. Twin Falls. 10 
63303. 


PRN Cook-old position avail- 
obk) in diotory doparlmont. 
Somo oxporionee- pro- 
farrod. Mud bo oblo lo work 
wknds. No phono ealla 
ploaso. Pick up applica- 
tiona from adml&sfons of- 
fico, St Bonodlet's P.M.C.. 
709 N Lincoln, Joromo ID 
83338 


Rospensibki pornon noddod 
to work In convonloneo 
, atoro-souvonir shop, & rog- 
I* -qi blof campers, 3 ovonlngsA 
2 days 0 wook. MuBt work 
well with pooplo. Othor po- 
sitions also ovoilablo. Coll 
Barbara at KOA Camp- 
around, 324-41C9. 


;302 MONEY TO LOAN 

S3NEEO CASH? 

Wo buy notes 4 rool esialo 
eontrodo, Croalivo Finonen 
1 1-eOO-9»-4609. 

isM INVESriCNTS 

; Would Ike a buyor for singlo 

Ktium annuity, euoran- 
payiitonl onen month 
unlil Aug ‘99. SSinloroBt. 
’Cnllntinr5om.734-9495 

'305 , CONTRACTS AND 
MORTGAGES 


I Bruin 324-3630. 

; BRAND NEW 

! Hondcmllod 4 bdrm. 2 both, 
1679 sq ft homo. 25 ocros, ' 
of coontiy ivirw in Kimborlyi ' 
School Disl, $99,000, You 
. wont find o botlof prico for . 
. tho voluo onywhoro. Call 
Enrl 736-0706. 

FUSSY? 

Hood ovorto this ocrump- 
tious 3 bdrm. 2 both. 1400 
oq ft. homo located In a 
choice aroo ol TF, Immncu- 
fats thiough-oui. Brand 
rww, 80 you can etin mnko 
: it your own. $99,500. Coll 
EnrtWHinmoon 7364D706 

^BALA 

REALTY 

733-4321 

COUNTRY LIVING 
r AT.rrSBEST 
‘Appr.-iisal has boon coi^olod. 

1 .5 acros with water, Foncod 
: pasture aroa with room lor 
moro is whoi youll Kmf along 
' with a 4 bodroom. 2 bath 
: homo. Vory open floor plan 
; with a family room, dining 
"room, boauiilul hearth with 
' pollotstovo, docks, groat 
r'landseapirtg. This is an 
. above average built homo. - 
! FOR YOUR PRIVATE 
: SHOWING, CALL PEGGY 
' ORwiais.f94-oge, * 

GEM 


Oiiot dow-ond stroot. 4 o 
gorogo ond shop. Tack room, 
corral, hoai pump with con- 
trol olr condiDoning. Price ro- 
ducod on ihia aupor acroogo. 
CALL DOROTHY FOR 
MORE INFORMATION. 
Pncod at $117.00.000 

GEM 


GREAT FOR 
HORSES & 
KIDS! 

4000 sq ft ol living space on 
2'Ai boaulitui acres in tho 
Prestigious Skyline Subdi- 
vision. 5-f bedrooms, 4 
baths, big country kitchen, 
2 firoplacos, forgo maslor 
suite. Orchord. pasture, 
bam 4 corrals. 

Enjoy tho carofroo brick oxto- 
rior 4 pork like otmorchoro. 
Ploaso drive by 1 037 Sky- 
lino Dr. thon cal lor on op- 
-inlmonl. $195,000. 734- 
- 734-0533. 


poini 
7601 

HOME IN 

' PREFERRED AREA 

U bedrooms, 1 V» bath homo 
I vory close to Sawtooth 


peiwniwi_wjim .lyig .ajxn, — i ontod, wiling lo work hard, 
Voniod: Journeyman carpel ' guoranloedoasoeoloryor 
Installer, Call 733‘7111 , > cemmlasion. Colt 733-9^ 


Ask for RuMv. 


nsk Carrie 


Buying trust doodt, mort- 
S eoniracta. Cnii 
-17S2 foraueio. 
irieo oiler 
a, central 

mortgaaos. Whole or j 
20e-736-1120or1>f 
851-4648 fMOUolt), 


Wanted; choot metal workers Twin Fnis County is accept- 
I Biool weldors, r ing appfkalionB lor n Soni- 

Ml Molal. Paul, I laiion Enforcomonl Olficor 
>0 436-5055. i In the Solid Wosto Doparl- 
mont, Tho successful oppli- 
cont will bo krxrwiodgonblo 
of hozordous molorlols, 
lodoral. Etolo and local laws 


Cantrods, tnjcl doods, pur- 


WSE 

WILLIS SHAW 
EXPRESS 

DRIVER 

TRAINING 

SCHOOL 


onspotli 
>r M yt 


H6r1 enho schoofTon indi- 
nduol wil bo ompbyod os 
I Btudonl driver lor Wiflis 


persons may submit on np- 

?llcotlon and rosumo to 
win Falls County Court- 
house or moil to Twin Fals 
County Human Roeourcoe, 
Attn; Ronoo Robbins, P.O. 
Box 126, Twin Falls, ID 
83303. 


[Twin Foils County Is pn equal 
' ooportunitv omotoytK 


ing opplcolions lor two Ju- 
voniio Justico Coroworkors. 
Both positions oro caring 
for lomaJo dotoinoos, Ibofo- 
foro the coroworkor must 
bo lomalo. Tho successful 
opplicant must bo at least 
21 years of ogo, success- 
' " ■ •>mploW-axriminal- 



Bi 


mmnm 


bacl^ground invoaligalion, 
hove a high school 
luivalt 


'^wsfcal, drug saoon and | Robbins. 
CDL testing fom. l 

IrTiod students must havo 
good working history, 


ligation. ; 
Optoma I 
or oquivalonl and bo proli- ' 
dent in roadirrg ar>d writing. 
Inloroslod persons may 
oubmit.drioppllcslion to' 
Twin Falls County Human 
Ro&ourcoo,.Alln; Ronoo 


Twin Foils County is on equal 
oppenunitv omolovof. ' 


ipply Now 

:lass( 


sses Start Soon 
3C-0521, Boise 
1.600-6^^5912 


AT WILLIS SHAW 
express 


;214 EliO>LOYUENT 
WANTED 

. 15ynipaintlngoxp|mobi1o 
i homos, house pointing 4 
i commeri ca l painlina. uonr. ; 
choao.-CaBJHT>-73T4)95o. — ■ 


Nation oJ Propony 
Inspociiofta 
326-3373 i-^gCl-1 445 
By owner: Beautllul brick 
rtneh horn*, lovely loca- 
tion. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, Ig liv- 
ing room, formal dining 
room, dbl liroplaco. 2 cor 

Ko. sprinklirtg system 4 
lot. MaJntcmnnco-froo. 
Prfeo reduced. 621 Hoyos 
Dr, Cal 733-0961. 

BY OWNER BEAUTIFUL 4 
IMMACULATE 2 yr old 3 
bdrm (master w- walk-in 
cloaol, 2nd 4 3rd bdrm 
I have window aoota with 
I storage), 2 both, 1620 oq. 


ENCHANTING 
. COMTEMPORARY 
RAMBLER 

Deluxe shewplaee homo. 
Codonbrick, on 1.64 acres. 

, Voullod ceilings, skylighle, 
decorator upgrades, book- 
’ cosed libraiy, walK-ln eles- 
I 018, guest house, bulli-ln 
microwave, automatic 
sprinkler system, large vbw 
dock. $243,000. CALL 
NEIL HARPSTER 733- 
1329, 

COLDWELL 

BANKER 

WESTERN REALTY 
' 733-2365 

Indaparidantly ownad 4 
eporalad. 

EXCELLENT AREA 
„. 5 BEDROOMS, 2 
BATHS 

> in tho Indian Trails subdivision 
close to Oloary, Over 2,400 
sq It ol living space lor a 
growing lamily. Homo has a- 
forgo family room In the 
basomont plus a smoll olftco 
onM. Largo kildion and din- 
ing eombmation, plus a good 
' floor plan, CALL RALPH AT 
733-9576 FOR AN AP- 
POINTMENT. $110,000.00. 
*94-216 

-GBM- 


COLDWELL 

BANKER 

WESTERN REALTY 
733-2365 

Indspsndently owned &. 
, eparslad. 


rr'S SPECIAL 
Neal brick & frame 3 bdrm. 1 
'A bath ona lovol homo, 
now kitchen carpel, goa 
' llrolog in dining area, 
(oneod backyard, slorago 
shod. On Lynwood Blvd„ 
eloso 10 ahepplng. SEE 
THISONEIT25 

ROBERT JONES 
REALTY 
733-0404 


{Location Locaiion, LocationI 
And olhor nice things too. 
Wonderful, established NE 
neighborhood. Clot 


2 both. Limily rm whh wood 
clove, garage, now krtchon, 
now carpet throughout, Ig 
foncod yard 4 cprinklor sys- 
tom. By owner. 734-3046. 


MOVING 

MUST SALE 
BY OWNER 

3 bdrm. 2 both, family room, 

2 cor garage opener, oulo 
eprinkrofs. nnood booulilul 
lorxlscapod yard, privnto 
patio. Nowbolhrooms^car- 
-pot, point. Now wall 4 cus- 
tom window coverings, lilo 
h khchon 4 oniry. Now gas 
lumaco 4 water heater., 
cul-de-sac. Totally upgrad- 
-«drNtco-Eosl-6ido4oce1ion: — 


Move in and onjoyll 
$122,500. 

’ CALL 7364)901. 



ft., vaulted coiling, ptumbod 
for firoploco, ook Kitchen, 
DW, dfspoBOl, microwave 


EXECUTIVE CALIBER Mir.v t-ioaCivt’ linnir- Inc.iliM iiii ,1 
cul-ik'-siciioai 5-i'.vli;iiilisi:ho'ils rmm.illiviriii4 ilitimdumru, 
3 UxInifliiLS. 2 IMIILS ariil ;i (lr,im.i!ic <oom 
S’lilP. f'li.i ;v;i!k -m cIdmiI Dt:biiim:i Im:Ii •A'IM simIiiiii :u 1), 
Willk-iii sliowni. vaiiilv will) ilmjtili! bints S'.'liitf; nii 
.l|i|)li;incRS YOU CAN'T MATCH THIS FOR $177.00011! 


• OPPORTUNmES 


il-up opera 
rC ORIGIN 


Expar Tech Draftsman- . 
Daaingar.AutoCod 12. In- 
lorpmoh. 686-2572 
HAND FOR HIRE 
Hove horses 4 own 
transoortnl ion. 766-6133 


Can 734-6452 
1-80O-72t-WORK 
EOEM/F-W/D 
NEVER A FEE 


'Aviation lino service position. 


Putting off that odd Ibbt 
House cleaning? Yard 
work? Can Man 734-6572. 
RocponsKo14yrold 
, seeking summer jw. Coll 
: JaiT>le4234>406. 

,Wo clean up old corrab, out 
I buildings, loncoc. oct. 

I Voluo con bo added to 


hood, oO wirxtow coverings, 
QOS heat, control oir. otorm 
doors & dead boll locka, 
laundry room VF’cupboanJa- 
4 deep sink, finished dbl 
garage w- opener, fenced, 
timoa cprlntdora, 10x20 pa- 
tio, RV pod w- sower hook- 
up. mamtononco free eld- 
ing. 1 block west ol CSI. 
1230 Monaco St. Can bo 
shown onytimo, asking 
$115,000, orollof. 

— R -exnO n pttnHnma 


Daily. 1-6om. 

By owner; oxc location 
viow. Approx 2200 sq It, 
newer homo at 2094 Can- 
dlofidgo Or, TF. Open de- 
sign. lilo entry, 2 master 
barm 5 w- 3f d bd nn + don. 3 'A 
baih, gas fireplace, marble 
Ihtoughoul. 3 car gorago, 
covered redwood dock, 
many extras. $193,500 
Call for sppt, eves. Only so- 


WONDERFUL HOME IN ESTABLISHED N.E. LOCATION- 

•1 Itodiniims. 2 h-ilhs liiiin; IihiimI ilniitiii Ktom Miinly 'odiii 
'.M tli tmrk :iiit|il;n;<;. -. n.iri-hki' 

i-nL«>.ml nilli rtwii Ti i'-TliiTli' 

iiMtiiK- I.imlM;.iimii| A MUST SEE FOR ONLY $113,000! 

GREAT LOCATION m dn- I’liunv' Sdici'l nisriii 
rnmii 2 bltli liomu 

Inl.'i r)l Oti« Itiiii. large AintliV.-.;, .iiel reian 

lia'iiiouriis Alsu oi! . ... 

Iihiaiy roi'.m r.itli n 

uiie arre' CALL NOW-SI 49,000. 

~CRiCXC7S,~S!R0S AND TREES 

; itiis -1 

1 i!u:lii[|i'i:i 
;ili! >11 'lit; 
■.•.iindiMi dir«, 

aeteaii-' pn( k Mhiik’ iiis ifliHl sa 'I H.Sl m t 

•1 linHi'ieiiix If halhr., h:t"liM'ru1 Mdfit:; and 
tniliiHiiii .! uli hiii.k iliiiaae 'Ih 1 .-iiitili iJidi). II .n.: 

LOCATION. $142,9001 

it s TERRIFIC 

"■& IRAV 1 N iREALTY 

ISC 

flV 734-6500 


1;; .- Call.Toli Free outside MsgiD Vajley 1-8D0-6584&63 , | 






Hevai in tlia hisloty af Ray Raymond Fold haoo 

wohadaomanySupoica^ickups . 

NOW THEY’RE HERE.-ANDYVETNEEirTO MOVE ’EM OUT! 


OVER 50 FULLY EQUIPPED F-150 SUPERCABS 
•XliT^rim *351 V-8 •Auto *4x4 


tlful yard and trooo. Th 
homo ootB on a lull booo- I 
mont wilh lamily room. At I 


THREE M 

REALTY 


505 GOODNG/ 

WENE>BXHOiES 


ol Twrn Falla, has road, pow- 
or, convononte, view. Only 
$10,000.00. CALL THOMAS 


LLOYDAT734-9122.»94- 


NEW-WAITING 
FOR YOU 

4 bodroomi. 2 'h both homo 
with formal Hvina. formal dirv > 


COLDWELL 

BANKER 

WESTERN REALTY - 
733J2365 

Indepandanlly ownadA 
oparalad. 

Rodi>c«d by ownar. 3 bdmi.. 

. 2 bath. Hi-toch gas hool. 
Hoi lubon Ig dock. Aulo 
sprinklors. 2 car garag^o w 
oponor. Firoptaco. $95,000. 


ROOM FOR RV PARKING 
3 bdrm, 2 bath, plumbod 
bosomont lor 3rd bolh, ox- 
tro ,wido W, wol] lortd- 
scapod with sowral fruk 
trooa. firoptaco, gas hool, 2 
cor gorogo, lortcod bock- 


3 bdrmrl halh. rwnty pafrrt- 


trooo, shoo. Ilnifihod ga* 
rnoo. $56.000. 034-4213 
By Owner I Small 3 bdrm. 1 
bath coUAtry homo, out* 
buildings, on 10 acros, 
$S3.5QQ Call 934-5614. 



With formal Hvina. formal dirv > 
ing, main floor laralfy room. 
Locatod just south ol CSI In 


Locatod just south ol csi in 
Colfgo Meadows on Oulney. 
Priced at only $139,900.00. 


GEM 


Sptclaut Ftmlly Uvlng 
Custom whko bricx homo m 
prolorrod rosldontiol ama. 
Lg boautilul loncod yard 
w(h fruK trooe, pronniab, 
shrube & Ig covered polio. 

4400 sq n. 6 bdrma. 

_ 4 baths, 2 family rooms. 

canniiin kichon & much 
more. (^0 10 Sawtooth S 
O'Loory schools. $189,500. 
Don't wii$ euti Coll the 
aw/>ofrod:»v/733-3S48 


Colkna 0 423-5352. 

ai22-94 

733-5336 

Twin Falls: 3 bdrm, 2 bath 
homo, 2 car garago, thir- 
loon fruit trooa. S43-6617 or 
60 ont 982 WW;rshlr>Q. 

YOUR AMERICAN 
DREAM PRICED 
AT $95,000.00. 

This imrruculato 3 bedroom. 2 


lEXCELLENT GOOD- 
ING AREA 

Vorynico1S40Bqfl. 2bod- ' 


Centre.., rqsscd YOU’D EXPECT TO PAY OVER $25,000 

Birr RIGHT NOW... $9n OQO^ 


of Goodina. Nowor 32‘ x 24* 
shopwlth tO'doora. floor 
drain and benches. A nieo 
placo and deso to hunring 
and fishing. $73,000.00. 
CALL THOMAS LLOYOAT 
734-9122. *94.172. ; 


BUT RIGHT NOW- 
TAKE YOUR PICK FOR ONLY.. 


Hurry In-When They’re Cone, They’re Gone! 


..oratod.insido and.ouL.N>coly. 
landscaped an ft liko brand 
ncpw. All ol the omonltios-you 
would avorwant. Drive by 
207 Callonto and sea for 


GEM 


IF YOU DON’T COME SEE US .WE CAN’T SAVE YOU ANY MONEY! 


Throo bedroom houao lor i 
Boll at 335 Monroe St. Cal 
733-2599. 


THREE M 

REALTY 


GEM 


! STATE REALTY 

t . 734-0400 


STATE REALTY 

734-0400 

SAVE SlOOO'aovor Twin 
Falls pricoa. Now construe- 
liw stin limo to chooca coF 
ore. 3/2. 2 car gar.. 1450 sq 
ft, vaullod OHlings. commie 
tlloa. flroplace. gaa heat. 
10,000 sq n tot in Woodel, 
under $90,000. 53S-5737 


RAYM O N D SI 

1243 BLUE LAKES BLVD. N. • TWIN FALLS, ID B3301 



736-2480 

1 - 800 - 473-5797 


U {(kdajjs -S-.9 
Sal. !)-(> ■ 


$775.00 por month. Seller 
will taka cash or will carry 
with a largo down payment. 
Price is ^O.OOO.tiO. CALL 
RALPH AT 733-967^; *94- 


BRICK HOUSE V/fTH LOTS 
• OF HOMEY TOUCHES 
4 bdrm, 2.75 baths, hoal 
pump, humidiRor, garage, 
I AC, w(4 & septic, do^ 
forteod tMckyort, land- 
' scaped with ^trinklor ays- 


GEM 


- Pattoroon (733-Oi 
• 110-94. 

733-5336 




JUST LISTEDII If you’ro looking lor otfordoplo 
housing, aon'l wait to soo Ihls cioon,'2 bedroom 
coUago stylo homo. Largo kllchon, formal 
dining, atfochod gorogo/shop. Plus beautiful 
londscoplna. garden oroo. o< locatod near 
schools & porks. $55,000 «LS-174 


PRICE SLASHED TO $124,90011 Counlry quiet on 
this 2.5 aero propofty w/maiuro troos. Itui iroos, 


w/hot tub. Shop « 
from Joromo & Twi 
showing. 


HORSES WELCOME on this aero w/loncod 
pasiufol includes lovoiy S-story homo wllh many 
Iritorosting footufos. Another od)oining ocroogo 
may bo porchaiod sopofololy. Call issy to sool 
$69,000 IIG-1S4 


O MAGIC VALLEY REALTY 

^ 734-1991 

1 286 Addison Avenue East 








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SWM. sonsliivo. coring, prolosslort- 
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35, wiK) wants more rrom a teiiuien- 
ship, desire s « tamilv. VMB 0735 
SWM, 22 

S’6', tOOIbs.. looious. omoys want- 
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Seeking lun4ovlng. eutgo-no S/DF, 
2>-30, Tor Irlendsliq). possiblo lola- 

lionship^VMB 3374 

HonofftSWM,41 

G'1^ brown hair, bluo^od. good 
humored, enjoys cnovlos ond out- 


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DWF. 42, lutMIgurod. good sonso 
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DWF, 20, pome, brown holr. deep 
sol eyes, enjoys outdoor activiilos. 
-lino oinlng.-sooklno down-lo-oarth 
S/OWM, 20-30. dating, possiblo 

rnimionsrtlo . VMB 0510 

'ShySWCM,21 


Vary caring 

b"!". TOOlbs., groorvoyod SWM. 
Sooklng special female itlorKl. 25- 
40. to sturo dning, dancing, wolke,, 
good convorsations. quiet romantic^ 

ovnnin n s. VMB 02 07 

lntolllQontDWF.28 
Compassionate, honest, willy. 


5'G*, onjoys oountry western music, 
dancing, rodeos. Sookiru honosi. 
romantic, nonsmoking SWM, lor 
titnndshi o. rntatie nshit i. VMB 6600 


drinker, okay. VMO 0748 


I loves music. lUncino. camping, pic- 
nics, onimois. ospedally children. 
Seeks male, 25-35. wun same quol- 


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^ Porconalo 

Old you nave a gras) date? Hove 
you mot sooioono you ronlly like? 
Are you engaeed? Or are you jusi 


mns . VMB_5453 

'DCF 

Seeks companionship wmt heanny. 
cloon-cul, loving, kln^ OCtivo, hon- 
esl. tall, slim S/OCM. 55-70. posi- 
tive thinker, wllh old-fashioned 

morni s. VMB 0490 

SWF, 22 


. SooKIng •oulmato 
OWF. 42. S'O'. (uB-ligucod. Enjoys 
cemp^. (eshtng. nvitorcycles. orW- 
mab, logobvirness. Sooks loti. hor>- 
031, Cluing S/OWM. smoker okey. 
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movlos, dining. Sooks honest rota- 
uonahip wiih S/OWM. nondrlnkor. 

VMB Wr J - - ■ ... 

Advonturo awaits 
SWM. 32. en.. i7Sibs.. ouigemg. 
Ilnanclfilly secure, onjoys romantic 
ovoniras. Sooklng eitrocilvo. slen- 
der S/DF, tor oiNSe'bs possibkiias. 


SWF, 49 

Drowg holr. brown-eyed, S'O". 
120tbs-. likes gardening, cooking, 
hiking, campng, btcycllng. Sooklng 
mote. 45-&0, nonsmokor. non- 
drinkof. dfUQ -ftno. VMB 0140 
Wild, onoraotJc 

Easygoing, tomanTic OWM, 35. 
5'6". Drown hair, big brown oyos.- 


5’4", onjoys rodeos, camping, 
horseback rldirm, romance, d/nlng 
and dancing. Sooklng oiirocilvo 
SWCF, IG*. lor Iriorxtsnlp, possiblo 


tod iniorosts. Sooklng nonsmoking 
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Country girl, onpys long d/ivos. 
dining out, dancing, lishing. out- 
doors, tile In osnors!, Sooklng gorv- 


SWM.22 

5'6”, 145ID5., soewo. lovos travel- 
ling, dnn'clng. Sooklng ambllloua 
tomolo, 16-22. lor l/iondsrtlp. possl- . 
bkl rni nrionsftlp. VM B 24 07 - 

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HomanilcSWM. 35. G-If-. 170UM. 
Sooklng S/OF companion. 26-35. lo 
sha/o in bottof pons ot iilo's odvon-- 
luma. VMO 01 12 


fiilnllonan lo, VMB 38 51 ~ 

Adventurous typo 
SWM, 20, giool sonso ot humor. 


^3 outdoors, ftorsos, good 

vorsnllon, Sooklng SWF, 10-25. 
snmn Internsls. VMO 0051 


SWM, 20 

Brown hair, brown oyos, S'O". 
135Ibs.'. who onjoys outdoor ectrvt- 
ties, movlos. donclng. Sooklng 
&DF. 2D-25. lor litondship, possiblo 

rnlntlonship^2iiD 0442 

DWCF, 60 

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. fosos. walks, honooty and good sonabTo. o.ipygoing, urxJorstondJng itiondsMp. companionship, porliaps 
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DWF, 20 

Enjoys quiet romonlic evenings, 
hgrsobnck riding ond poolry. 
Looking tor S/OVtfM, 23-30. wllh 
similar imorosts, tor friendship, pos- 

alblv nx> m. VMB 473 6 

' RomanUc OWF, 43 
' Now to area, brown holr. bluo . 
oyos, 6'8", onjoys long wolks,, 
romanile flinnors, etc. Sooklng fwn- 
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Friday. Juno 17. 1094 Tlmos-f^ows. Twin Falls. Idaho E-5 


Real Estate/Saie-Real Estate/Rent-Farmer's Market 


505-702 


505 GOODING; 

WENDEa HOMES 


city lot’a! 

. 5420. ovoo, 034:4151 dovs. 


506 JERQUE HOWES 


2bdrm bricKhomo wilh full 
basomoni -f 1 bdrm with 
bath, loncod yard, Iruii 


troos. oarago, sprinkling. 
32^20(0 


506 KUSERLY/ 

HANSEN HOMES 


THREE M 

REALTY 


OWNER Wia CARRY TO 

cREprr-woRTHY-e t nrEffl 

0 bdrni. 1 balh, gas FA hoat, 
fufV toncod. Sharp and won 
landscapod. $55,500. Cofl 
olfco or Kont CotErts 
42»«3S2. t107*M 


I B Grocery, 


733-5336 


500 SHOSHONEHOUES 


$5000 DOWNIt 2 bdrm Ini 
Shachong..$24,050. Owner 
wl] cany or rani $300 a mo. 
Option lo purchaso. Coll 
208-726-S446 or 1-800- 
466-0243. • ~ 


By Owner: 3 bdrm. 1 bath. 
Wood burn' 
rago,70x1 
subdrvisiOT. 324-2258 


510 OUT-OF-AREA 
HOMES 


HAGERMAN PROPERTY 
Cuto, nowor2bdrm homo. 
Vautiod coBngs, bts of oalc 
— Perfect Kaoerman rotroat.- 
$40,000 


Comorcommorcial lot on 
Main St of town. 1 ollho 
last evoloblo proponios on 
■■■ ly 30. $50,000. 


.BBAWLEY 

REALTY 

734-5858 


Highww3( 

Ton 


512 FARUSmANCHES 
AM) DAIRIES 


160-320 acres. $850 per 


$279,000.00 
EXCELLENT FARM 


1 66 acre* ^ gm (am 
ab^42aerMlspasturo Iho 
roll hu baon in wheat and 
boani.Tho (arm hsi eon- 
Crete main ditches and 174 
shares el TFCC wetor. Tho 2 
bedroom home, outbuSdings 
end about 2 aeroi esn bo 
purehssod at part ol farm for 
total price of $315,000.00. 
ataJEANlE AT 423-5736. 


GEM 


62 ACRE FARM 

2ndyoaraHana,canol wator, 
whoolllnoa. N Gooding. 
$1 550 per aero, eeaumoblio 
k»ar>. 266-834-5402 


By Owrm: 17 aero torm. very 
niw 3 bdrm, 2 both homo, 
sot up for Ovoflock. doea to 
town; $159.000. 733-7828. 


RANCHES & FARM 

* 3040 ACRES - Unique 
largo form & Irrigation eye- 
tom, 3 homos & mobllos, 
Roaowonh.B22 

* 440 ACRES, row crop and 
cattio ranch for 125-150 
head. 2 homoa, NW of 


** 208 ACRE^ Small ronch 
with Snako RIvor Irontogo 
southwotl ol Blisa, homo. 


T81 


•160 ACRES. Farm.WR 
VeOoy near Sifvor Crook 
• too ACRES. Socludod 
ranch on Salmon RIvor 
nonh of Choflis, 2 bdrm log 
cabin, big shop, borders 


our your front 

ROBERT JONES 
REALTY 

733-0404 


WE HAVE 
ACREAGES 
$1 14,500 • South of Twin 
Falls 5 acros with spacious, 
1800 squaro foot homo- 
m^shqt 


$87,000 -Near Jorom o Golf 
Couraol'2.37 ocroe with 
2400 squaro loot homo. 
OreoiViowl! 


• 2.5 aeroi with 2 


BRAWLEY 

REALTY 

734-5858 


513 ACREAGES AND 
LOTS 


100 X 137' building lot, NE 
TF. area of nico horhos, 
, $25.000. Cafl733-7098._ . 


4 bdrm. 2 balh homo. 36x39 
irttultdodshcp.on ISocros 
w-whool line, $147,000. 
Must aeoICan32*-5021; 


Canyon Him Property 
By owner. Road & power, 
oovaninta. no tmllora. 
4234355 


For aalo by owner. 8 ocroo 
with 6 charos o( wnfor, do- 
mosticwoll&powor, near 
Kanaka Rapku, $48,500. 
Contact Shorty Dllard at 
503452-1060. 


513" ACREAGES Af(D 
' 'LOTS 


For aak) by owner 60 acroo. 
In Willows Subdivision, 
$40,000. Owner will carry. 
Call 734-3506 • 


734-7486 aW 5. 


PRICE REDUCED 
$30,000 


Idoal horco sot-up, oppre 
4'/b acres, oast o^auf BuhL 


Laqjohstoricbam, 2 po9- 
turo, oD stool corrals. Hay 


&BGfocory, 
Buhl Idaho. 

By Ownorl $148,500. 


FOR SALE BY OWNER 
Very nico moblo homo with- 
I manyoxims.28x60;3 • 
,[_bdfm 2hnmonS0Xl0QJol- 
in prostigbus. no pots park. 
Ron! ind wolor, aowor, gor- 
bogo. lawn mwg. Aitic 
Pack, dbl pano windows, 
ktrgo polb & covorod car- 


soptb, & phono tbo, wolor 
rlghls, TF aroo, call oltor 
5pm 324-6817. 


VACANT LANDII 
Woodridgo Estotos • 1.10 
ocroa wrih Addison Front- 
^o. $19,900.00 


South ol Pay & Poc • 2'h 
tetaa • groal location lor. 
gontloman tarmor 
$19,000.00 


Hozolton • 4 city |ots only • 
$12,500. Soworand waldrT 
avadobb.' 


514 MCOIE 
PROPERTY 


$ INVESTORS $ 


7 unit apartmont building. 
pS.300/yr gross Incomot 


Noarty no vacartcy for past 
2 yean. Pricod at $85,000. 
CaflJudy. 326-5680 

BARKER 


CaBS43^t 


POSSIBIUTIES 

GROW 


' ExooDont Main Stmol loca- 
tion, 6:250 sq. S. on each of 
Iho throe levels. Sprinkler 
systom, IroighLolovalor, 


AMERICAN REAL 
ESTATE i APPRAISAL 
734-5650 


Doug Voflmor, Btokor 
Mary TU^rman _734jW: 


YOUR FORTUNE 
BEGINS HERE 


InvosHr 


b Twin Falls. Sovoru ronlal 
homos, plus commoricol 
fr^ogo and grondbso pri- 
voto rosldonco-all tollod 
Into ono low price ol 
$220,000. Ownor ooys 
make oltor. Coil Jann 
Hutchison for dotaiis today.- 
734-3373. 


ALPINE 


REALTY 
. 734-3373 
CALL TOLL FREE 
1-80047^^6 


515 COIMERCUL 
PROPERTY 


COMMERICAL 

OFFERINGS!! 

Bulldlrrg, land, liquor Ibonso 
in Rupert. $165,000.00 


-toetolbuiiding . . 

Ing used os boouty salon. 
Only $89,900.00 


FAMILY GROCERY STORE 
In KazoSon. Prbo bcludoa 
bullding^lot, aO oquipmont 


bullding^lol. . . 
noodoo to opornto a gro- 
'coiybusinoss. $155,000.00 


BRAWLEY 

REALTY 

734-5858 


STORE FRONTAGE ir 
dowrtlown TF. Ideal loca- 
tbn lor expanding pmctico 


or businose of any kind. 5 
lovol building, pionty of 
parking 4O-S0 spacoe. 
Small down-ownof win cor- 


fv.734-3610anYtlmo, 


516 VACATION 
PROPERTY 


Tima ahara for sale SUN 
VALLEYrwaak61.(Chrlst. 
mas wook) $4,900. Wook 
52 (Christmas vacation) 
$9900. 3 bdrm, 2 balh, 
ekwPO 0.206-28*4040, 


518 MOBILE HOMES 


1068 12x60. Now carpot. 


1984 Bllimoro. 3 bdrm. 2 


muct bo moved. 837-6: 


24x56' doubb wbo. 2 borm. 
2 baths, oil convinloncgo, 
good hootbg 4 cooTing sys- 
tom, irobs surrounding, 
nlMfv shaded. tt349M. 



12x44 Nashua mo bita homo, 
■~?bdrfn, ^rCfi76hoo. cooi- 
or. apple, lurn. Avallablo 
Immoolatoly. Rock Crook 
Mobllo Manor, 350 Grond- 
vlow Dr. 125. Coil 208- 
587-4459. Asking $6700 ' 


.3 Nashua, 14‘x70\2bdrm. 
2 both, docks 4 skirt Indu, 
built-in oppllancos. eioroo, 
QIC. $24.500-886-7037 


CASH for usod 
mobib homos. 
Brockmorts 324-4203. 
1-600-773-3167. 


For sab: 14x70'3bdrm.fflo- 
bilo homo. $8500. Call 
423-5791 


poll Auto eprink. Lots oxira 
ebraga, bdKpanlty, 6X12 
d^storoQO, targowo^- 


Real aquhyright rtowfl 
Totally rodono hsido 4 out, 
tnmsfor forces us lo soO rtow. 
Sharia woleomo. 423-4551 


THREE M 

. REALTY 


GREAT BUY 

24 x 60 Titan. 1,440 sq ft, 3 
bdrm, 2badi, 2 caipon. AC, 
_kg coVorod, patkie,..mota!_ 


d patkie,. 

j.' boOt'b'cWnii cup- 
ro, garden tub, 2 shou 


wbbe. ond more. $39,800. 
CaD oKco or Sytvia McBur- 
noy@734-3811.»70-94 


733-5336 


519 CEMETERY LCRS 


521 REAL ESTATE 
WANTED ‘ 


Family sooking: Short term 


home, olsolntorostod in 





FURNISHED 

HOUSES 


Lg 2 bdtm, Afobn. No amok- 


602 UKFURNI5HE0 
HOUSES 


1, 2, 3 bdrm house, or opt, 
3S^Mairi3.TF.73feB27i 


2 bdrm, oppllancos. Wash- 
or-Dryw. nfoo yard. Lg. ga- 
fftoo. $3754<k»o. 828-5554 


3 bdrm. 2 both, control air, 
built in DW. etovo. land- 
' soapod, (oncod yard with 
aprthkbrs,2cargBrago, 1 


•Vrla'at<ri700amo. Call 
736-3073 wookdaya or 
734-4603 evos 4 wknds. 


londscopod loncod yard 
wilh Bprmklora-4 covorod 


patio. Absolutely no pots, 
no smoking, 1 yr loaso * 
dop, rofs 4 credit chock ro- 
ouxed. 734-2979 mso 


buitt-ln dtahwoshor. stovo, 
londscopodtoncod yard 
wilh sprinklors 4 covorod 


potlo. Absolutely no pole, 
no smoking, 1 yr loaso 
dop, rofs 4 cmdit chock re 
Qurod- 734-2979 msg 


Attraollvo 2'A bdrm homo, 
largo kltchon, largo baao- 
mont w« laundry room, 
AvaSobb July 1 Bt or boforo, 
$475 a month, first, lost, ' 


-|txr.-«*-747^ 


Aval July 5, 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 
lull. basomoni, 2 cor ga- 
rage, stovo, dock, loncod 


yard, loaso, dopool, 4 rofs 
$750 n mo, Cair733-0473. 


Joromo - 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 
loTKod yard, stovo 4 rofrig, 
w7d hook-up. $450 -t- dop. 
324-4500 Of 324-21 60. 


-JONES WE HAUL 


ItRE for loss than 

rontir>g a truck. Nood 
loads to CaSI 4 Ariz. 
FREE ESTIMATES 
Cafl 324-3490. 


Loose: Now 4 bdrm, dbi 
rogo. 2 both brick, plus 
46x50 outbuilding, corral^ 
p^ure ovaflabb. 6 mloa S 
of Twfo County Court- 

homo. $855 mo. 733-9250 


TF - 3 bdrm 2 baihrdbl go- 
rago, AC. bull In dishwash- 
or, otovo, londocopod 
loncod bockyord, largo cov- 
orod piriio. now cor^ and 
w| th PM'g**''”*, 


month, first. last, 4 $300 
dop. RubrofKOO and crodil 
.cho^ fOQulrod. 734-6042. 


Spacious dupbx, control 
air, gorago, $500; Joromo 
•mobliohorno. 733-1359 


603 FURNISHEO 

APTSAIUPLEXES 


Vory nico small sturfio. Utits 
, paid, doco-ln. $3^. 736- 
/ 0855 


$300 dop. 

23rd. Ullto, foe 536-6359 
2 43 BEDROOM 
TOWNHOUSE8 
from $440. 

Washor 4 (iiyo r hookup 
SmaB yard4storago 
No DOtsI 734^6600 


3 bdrm, 2 both, oak kJtchon, 
oil apple, AC. dbl garago- 
oponor, 1 block from CSI, 
$700, isl. last, $400 dop. 
734-0838. 


4 bdrm. 2 'A bath duplex, 
$700 mo + dopoait, vory 
•on. Coif 734-8754. 




AAA-Small, qulol, clean, 
doni drive 7 Bus. moals on 
whoob avail, $300 to $350 
. *dop. Bfttefo 5: 73341669 ■ 


Approx 2,000 sq li; 4 bdrm, 2 
V4 bath, family room with 
liroplaco, ain glo g nrago, 
oomo pota OK. $776 mo. 
THE UANAGEIEKT CO. 
733-0739. 


Aval 2 studfos, $200 4 $225. 

themana6emotco. 

■ 73343739. 


basic cable paid, apple, 


Nopet8.73327i 

QU!ET LIVING 
Clean complox, 1 4 2 bdrm 
opts. $335 4 up. 
Rolurfalshod. ebon, 
dtsliwashdr. laundry 


S64 Quincy 734-6600 


QubI sludfoe. $290 
dop, utilitios indudod. Call 
botwoon 9-5om 733-3824 


605 ROOUSFORREKT 


Rooms lor ront; Cable TV 
Inct HBO, housokoqplng, 
direct dial phonos. Somo 
rooms wilh mbrowavos or 
rolrigorotore. Convonbnl 


downtown location. OaiN 4 
wooMy ralos ovailabb. Cr ~ 
r33-5fe30Mbtaf3 


Rooms for ront In Shoahono, 


606 MOBILE KOkES 


2 bodrm mobile homo for 
rent in Wendell. OeposH * 
1st months rent 4 rota. roq. 
ABofSiXT) at 655-4361, 


Unlumlihod 2 bdrm, 2 bath 
mobib homo, toealed in Yil- 
logo Won, Joromo. $450 
mo + dop. No pots. Coll 


324-8903. 


607 OFRCEAND 
RETAl SPACE 


I.OOOsqfielnowtycon- 
stmetodotTBO apace for 
ronl Norih CoOogo Rood 
foealien. Coll Janayo ol 
T^SMI 


DPFK3E8 $125 UP 736-8022 
600 oq n, prkno foeatbn, uiib 

p^d,i^IopaiKlngj.conl, 
$295. 736-8f 



900 sq. It. main floor. Old 
Paris building. Olllco or 
businoss. Air-noot Ifohta in- 
cluded. $425 mo. Archio 
Goodman, 733-2049 or 
E-FauAnof 736-6729. 


Olfco cpoco or etoro. ottrao- 
llvo building. 1200 so. It. 
can bo subdivided 800'- 
400', newly romodolod. 
$1000 mo or$650-$400, 
Incl. util. 4 bamni, good 
pnrkifxt, 733:8417. 


2purobrod SharioM bulb, 14 
$ 15 months old. Evas or 
wkonds boat timo lo boo, 
pjill 420-1295 Of bavo mso. 


it-r.-Nown, Twin Fnlls, Icl.itio Fnd;iy, Jimo, 17, 199 






• Air CoNDiTioniNG 

• Pov;er Brakes 

> Power Steeriiig 

• Stereo/Cassehe 

• IHIERVAL Wipers' 
•CEriiER CorisOit 

• Rear Deeroster 

• Titireo Glass 
'^srirPtr.'.tirf/mmins 

• Front Wheel Drii^ 
•Sport Mag Wheels 

• Trunk Luggage Rack 

• Minffiiw Tires 



Sale price S8995. 7.95% APR. TODAY TOPAZ ONLY, 72 months, does not include sales tax and dealer doc tee of $29.77. 



• Am Conditioning 

• Am/Fm stereo casseue 

.•.CRUISt.COMTROl . 

• tiff ERVAL Wipers 

• PoMfl Seats 

• Rear Window Oeeroster 

• POV.TR WlNQOVVS 

• Radial Tires ' 

•Fnoiff Wheel Onivt 
•Power Steering 
•Power Brakes 

• TifffEo Glass 



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• Dual Am Bags 


• Center Cofippip 

• Rack & PiMOnSiiEHUiG 

• Aojustadle Steering 


Column 

•Fioon Mtd.Traic'S, 

• Quartz Digital Clock 

• iNifRvAi Wipers 


1994 Hci.UA Accoiiu DX 4 Door, 36 mcmh l-asj, 10% mi'.H 

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• Keyless Entry w/Remote 

• Full Size Spare Tire 

• Anti-Lock Brakes 

• Traction Assist 

• Radial Tires & Wheel Covers 

• AuTOIMTIC OVERORPff TrANS, 
•Interval Wipers 

• PowerMihrors — — 

• Rear Oefrostcr 

• Tinted Glass 

• Dual Am Bags 

• STEHEO/CWSCnE 

• Power Seats 

• Automatic Climate Control 

• Cruise CoNinOL 

• PowRT Windows 






1 1994 LINCOLN TOWN CAR 



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ly, Juno 17, 199.1 Timos-Ncivv!;, Twin'Fnll:,. Idalio T-1 


Famer's ■E\^ark6t>E\^isceilasieous 


' uuii* tor mTo 
3 yr olda, 4 HorJorda, 
5 Canadian Blacks, 2 rod 
Umousina. Toslod & toady 
to oo.oulclondino EPDs. 
PaidOOOOcato$17SO. 
-726-9745 mom. 


Colstrom lod bull calm 
for solo. Coll 324-7392 
otJ36-6313. 


Day old Kolsloln bull calvos 
tor cnlo. seo. ^2928 


Eeatem Holstein heifer* 
Iron) 400-700 bs. 
Cal! 862-3613 olHco. 

. ■ of862-38l2ho<t)o.-- 


Goodlng Llvestoclj 
Commission Co. 
frtB ay r Jtnu 'iTPi 


will Immediately follow. 


Eart^CimtlBnmem • 

• 30 Hobioln calm. 

150-250166. 

• 20 calm. 200-300 bs. 
*20 Clowe &hoilore. 

400-500 be 

I • 10 Hobtoinctoore, 

; 7DO-800lba, 

: •lOhorooo 

■r-— ■■ ■ mgularrtjii yl 
I cows & bulb, 

j DAIRY SALE 12 noon 

*30 Hobtoin f^now# 

‘ 5 Jorooy ^ngote ... 
*20 Hobtoin hoifots. 
200-300 be. 


Holstein springing, brod in 
yoiarling hoiforo, will doWor. 
CnTiri5-723-1171. 


Jorcoy nurso cow with 2 
enivoa. 8900:423-4- "- 


Poly-domo csif hutchos. $75 
or moko otfor. 326-4017 
moms, ask for Karlono. 


bulls lorsnio. Glonn D 


704 CUSTOM FARM 
. ^RVICfS 


Ing, swath, roKo, bnlo, 
groundwork, rockplekor. 
RtindyWnnvor. 54^6086. 


Automated 1 ton bale 
stacking - Call 326-4342- 
CUSTOH BALING. Call AM 
oraflomocn. 543-6628 


Custom hauling dairy com- 
modiilosondlann aops. 10 
whoolw. Call 326-4141. 


Custom swathing -all a 


For your grain & ost ohop- 
ping & b^ing needs, coll 
42&1293 h 8L Grpcnchoo. 


Hoy & grain chopping 
Manuro houling 
Diana's Custom Firming 
4366795 or 733-2609 


JAKT2 CUSTOM HAYING 

Swathing, baling. & hauling. 
Call 543-6049 


KOEHN STACKING 

Cal Scott 543-8108 & 
MnrkorPonS43-5275 


705 FARM 

MACHINERY 


11 HP Wisconsin Robin- 
hofiz. shall ongino with 
olociric start. Now. slitl In 
tho crato. Must soli bolow 
cost. $450. 543-4140 


1440 Axial Flow, boan & 
groin oltochmonts. Hold 
rondy. $22,000. Call 324- 
2056 or 324-2279. 


2 NH 426 balors lor solo. 
Good condHion. 537-6737. 

•426 NH bolor. 16x18, 
$9660 «420 NH bolor. 
14x16, $6250*320 NH bal- 
or. 14x16, $4500*336JD 
bakjr, 14x10. $3950 -330T 
Frooman bolor, Oouiz dio- 
sol. pull typo, prico on ro- 
quost •330T Frooman, hy- 
draulic PTO, pull typo, 
$12,500 *3301 Frooman 
sollpropollod. 6 cyl, AC 
diosw, cab & air, $16,500. ' 
SCHLOFHAN TRACTOR 
CAa 208-376-3333. 


4x4 iradots, badors & equip 
for Iho laridscapor & wook- 
ond fatmor. Hobby Horso 
Rnni^ Joromo 324-5658, 


~ 680 John Door Swalhor. No 
hoodor. Excollont diosol 
• 3. 788-2771 


BALE WAGONS; NH Super 
1048, 1049, a olhor mod- 
nta. mnvimdo. 459-3266 


Burley Tractor Salyago 
Comtxno & trodor oans 
Paul.lD-438-5 


Diosol gone rotors; Slnglo 

C hoBO or Ihfoo phase, low 
OUrs.lSK.W,. $4500; 20 
K.W., $5000; 30 K.W„ 
$5500; 60 K.W., $7500. 
Solo or ront, all nro punrrm- 
tood, will dolivor. 801-596- 
2935 or 801-943-6204. 


Farmnlt modol B06Dlroclor, 
JD modol 230 disk. 21'. 
Evorsmon 329 landplano. 
CnJI 438-8192. 


Til's FARM 

MACHINERY 




Hydro choppor. bin oxton- 
BK>n, le'lablo.voryclonn, 


Must twll, 2 n/ch raylo buM- 
ingo, 25x28' end 50' x 50'. 
1-600-e43-1300oxt696. 


Must soil, 2 arch flylo butfd- 
ings, 25 x 32' and 42 x 66', 
1-800-843-13000x1896. 


Rough terrain torkllll, 
tronlond londor, idoal lor 
ton balos, SOOgnI alumi- 
num luol tanks, tilrs (vari- 
ist. 438-5408 


Swathof 15' hondof, condi- 
■■ ilonof, draper $2000-oHor. 
Cnrt537-667lr- 


mptomonts. Lqadtir. mow- 


. or, post holo digger, disk, 
* otc. Hobby Horso Ranch 
Equipmoni Ronlab & Saloe 


-7f»-:;FAHttiRANCH^-- 

IMPLEMENTS 


709 HAY, GRAIN 
AND FEED 


1st cutting nllalln, $65 ton. 
326-4292. 


1sl culling hay, oxcolloni 
qualily, no rain. 733-1676 
ovoninos or lonvo mso. 


BUYING AND SELLINGI 
-La rgo tots ol hay. all Ctrl; 
tings. Call Kurt Wiersmo 
Truddno, 324-8511. 


Buying & soiling Isioopnow 
hay. Call your liconsM hoy 
broker. 1-800-709-3868. 


First cutting hoy. oxcolloni 
qualily. no rain, no woods, 
small lots OK. $75 ton. 
326-5495 


Posturo wanlod for 25-30 
pax. Coll 733-5620. 


yfEH^LHAY. 536-2267 


710 HORSES 


5 yr old Arabian- moro, start- 
od. Ool Shahlan broodina. 
good direasltion. 54^53 


9 yr eld black maro, rldos & 
Boeki. 81400 829-5210. 


For snio: 4 yr old Dunn Filly, 
i.2yroId 


broke 6 irolnod. - , - - 
groy lilly. broko. Also eihor 
f>erso«.43a-S5?a. 


HORSE AUCTION 
2olllngor 5lh Annual Pro- 
duclion.Solo, Saiurdny, 
Juno 16lh, 1 PM, Minidoka 


County Fairgrounds, Ru- 
port, loaluring tho go' 
Lad Loo, losl Immortal: 


of LEO, broko goldlngs, 
1094 loalcrep.maios. 3- 
in-en-packagos, brooding 
and color goloro, buck- 
aklns, roans, otc, poilor- 
manco, youlhihalior, and 
otc. (801) 286-2281 or 
12081678-2296. 


HORSESHOEING 
Hot or cold 

TimWilflon934-S9S2 


OH Arabian X. golding. 13 
yonre, gonllo. broko lo iMo 
tlQQO/otlorr326-4171 


moko groat loochor loi 
your>g ndor.'nood In mtn'6 
packs. $1500 ^4-3602 


Rogislofod Thoroughbred. 7 
years old. about i6 hnt>ds. 
nico disposition, good on 
trolls. $1,000. 726-4264 


ipotlod yoorling golding. 
f900. Col 934-5770. 
Standing ol stud, grandson 
ol Throo Btus. 324-4940 


Standing at stud, rogistorod 
Tonnossoo Walkor. Black 
with oxcolloni gall & dispo- 
skion. Call 934-5770. 


Summer Extravaganza 
Horso Show. Haller, pro- 
formanco, 4 barrols. Juno 
25, CSI. at 0 am. For moro 
lnto:734-4564 


Tim Kuhn horsoshooing, hot 
Of cold, prompt am " 
nh In. 324-5872 


711 ■ HORSE 
. EQUIPMENT 


2 horso A-Bor tfoilor, 
tiros, chromo whools, whko 
w- rod siripo, oxcol cond. 
Call 436-Ot27, 


74 Ford Movoriek. AC. nulo- 
matic. lew mis. $1000 or 
best ollor or irodo lor horso 
tmilof. 734-3412 


Now 7X20 Irovol Along 
stock Irallorw- bull hauler 
pkg. 7000 lb. torsion bar 
nxlo, 86.550. 733-3961, 


Antique dooktrs wonted, no 
commission. buV 4 soli. 
FronliorAnliquos. 324-1127 


802 APPLIANCES 


Brand now GE rofrig, clovo, 
4 built-in dishwQshor. 
$1000 lor ool. 326-5346 
days, or 326-5257 oVns 


Brand now wi n dow-mount nir- 
conditidnor. 5100 BTU'o. 
Vnluo $369. Soiling lor 
8220.736-0970 


Double ovon oloctric slovo. 
oxcal cond, 8200. Gorbago 
disposal. Iiko now, used 4 
months. $40. 423^888. 


Frigldairo wrHlW frooror.'lC' 
cu ft noar now. $275. Coll 
543-4097. 


Gas rolrig. $1000. 934-41 17 
Gonrnl oloct rolrig. nimond. 
$125 Of Bost olior..Calt 
326-547r 


Hoavy duty Lady Konmoro 
jrasnor 4 diyor, oxcalla n i 
condition. ^500 or best ol- 


for. Konmoro mlctowavo: 
largo size. $50. Coll oltor 5 
pm. 733-7527, 


Heavy duty Maying washor 4 
dryor, $200. Cnu738-€524 
nhor 5om. 


811 FURNITURE - 
AND CARPETS 

815 LAWN&-GARDEN 

Tractor rololillirtg.-wood 
-mowing., blade wotk. iborru- 
— cotirro-AII okMim?6-46ai . - 

Solid oak king-sized wntor- 
-b0drwilh-|ighl«»d4w«d^ 
board, in super corfdillon. 
Call 734-1048 

817 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 

Twin sizo pillow lop moiiross 
4 box spring, ctil in plastic, 
$125. CnI 734-6881. 

Two super-single walorbods. 
Complolo sol oach With 6 
drawers 4 bookcase head- 
boards. $100 each or bost 
filler 733-7665 

2 Insulated sliding'nlnss . 
-doors. 8,' $300, 5' $200. 
‘a34-4117 

Blond now propane borbo- 
cuo With roiassorio. Musl^ 
coo to approcinlo. $220 or' 
• boMollofSV..5516 

812 HEATING & AIR 
CONDTHONING 

Compulordosk. $75. Pro- 
pane lurnaco, $295. Excel 
dining tnblo 4 6 phnirn. 
soato-12, $950. Gift; BBO. 
“$35rLawnmowor.- $30- 
Bruncwick poolwblo, $850. 
Double sink 4 laucol, $45. 
Ladies bike. $M. Used car- 
pot, $20. Call 734-6418 

For snIo; Konmoro 7000 
DTU hr. Air Conditioner. 
AlmftdJ now; Call 733.2C04— 

814 JEWELRY ' 
AND FURS 

4.40 ct Diamond Clustor ring, 
$1500. 1 d, di.nmond clus- 
ter ring $299.95. Other jJIb- 
morxfapeclals. Twin Fnls 
Coin 4 Pnwn 733-4050, 

Ooli Sandwich Prop Unit (ro- 
Irigorntod 4 moot slicor) 
Porloct condition. 

886-7610 • 

815 LAWN & GARDEN 

For 'Sale: Roconditionod 
VCR's, microwave oven's, 
4 CB's. 530 Blue Lakes, or 
Call 733-9444 

Craltsmnn (Soars) lawnmow- 
or. 11 hp roar ongino, 30' 
cul wllh bagger. $475 or 
best oiler. 7.34-4235 

Fioo pallets. Call 733-0931. 
Tho Times Nows, or clop 
by tho olfico botwoon 8 om 
and5om, 132 3rd Sl.W. 

Long Lawn? 

Buay Schedule? 

terwEHELPIIt— 

Roliablo mowing, trimming, & 
cfonrioo. Call 734-7309. 

His 4 hoi's bikes, 1 stundufJ' 
4 1 porlablo typowiltor. 
complolo bdrm sot. oxc- 
boat compass. 2 used 
225-R-75X16 tiros, now 

12x20 olocgrill, girls cow- 
boy bools - 6'/6. 3z4-3404 

Riding Inwnmowor, brand 
now. 0 hp, Briggs 4 Siraton 
ongino, used 1 lime. $550. 
CnJI 423-5973. 


817 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


, , boarsktnrug. $500. l tro-_ 
_phy-dzn.coy,olQiug, $3 50. 
Coll Sandy Hurst, 423^ 
5747 botom 530pm. • 


iulo4frnnli):934--4613 


1039 AUTO DEALERS. 1 1099 AUTO DEALERS | 109 9 AU TOj?EALERS 






Hot'lub ond Iroadmill for sell. 


AOV4iUYMOND _ 

PREIGIIEItBilNCEI^EiE^ 


829-5980 or 825-4247: 


Lkd now junior womon ctoth- 
Ino.fjzo 5-11-734-0674 


1994 ECg.iPSE 

# I SmiHG t/»PORT IN IT'S CUSS!y^f!M% 


Lincoln portnblo wokJor gon- 
orator, $300. 032 Supor 
Stiohl chain saw, $250. 


inch, $300. IStondblo 
Ham, scissors hoist with 
pom, $500. Hydraulic aono 
with wonch.'nOod log load- 
rj ^1500. House traitor 


LoffCeblnpJ(ff9tO,5S5- . 
24'x32' wiitj 8' porch roof, 7* 
— Swedish copo, saddle 
rxkcl) logs. 2*x6* T4G tool 
docking, Pbne, video, loll 4 
other sizes available. 
307-684-2445. 


Men's 10 spd bike, ninlondo 
■ system with 3 gnmos, 2 
kids bike helmets, now sol 
ol 10 Bible story books. Call 
734-9475- 


Nonr now rolrig. 30' oloct 
range. Junglo gym ewing- 
snl. Exc cond. 423-5386. 


Nintendo $50. Gomes $10 
$30.20’BMXblkO,S50, 
axeel-oondr-g-Pfoloo-hol- 
mols.SlQonch. 733-4018. 



Industrial sowing machino, 
Consow model 18. good 
cond-.$500. make ollor. 
Sows qroniT 324-4270 


Konmoro slacked woshoi 
and dryor. 2 years old, 
-S40O.C.aB438-^li 


Emm 


Soars 23 cu It. chosl typo 
froozor, oxc. condition. 
8375. Cal 734-0676, 


245 Woshirigton 734-1965 
W/D, Rnr>gos. Rolrigs. 30 
lo 90 day wnmnnlv. 9-5 


Wanlod desd or alive. 


TV Doctor. 734-9 


804 BUILDING 
MATERIALS 


90* sql rsolidoak 
lleorln^8G.536-21S9. 


Intj. 1 


80S CAMERAS 
' AND EQUIPMENT 


MamiyaPB-ProS. 127mm. 
prism, backs 4 shodo. EXC 
COND 734-3509 ntlereom 


CHILDREN'S 

ITEMS 


Boby swing, crib; timtomay 
doihos, 4 girte' dethoa, 
734-M76 


288 40 MBKD, 5*/4 4 3’/i 
disc, mono monller, Iiko 
now Panasonic prlnlor, 
- — 736-7269 


Mae Porforma 400 complolo 



B11 FURNITURE 
AND CARPETS 


2 good used couches, $75 
on; king sizo walor bod 
Iromo. hoalor. chools. $75; 
hido-Q-bodj,$75; 2 vlnyl- 
wolnut choirs. $20 oa; 2 
decorator bar stools, $25 
oar 4 misc tablos. Call 
733-5307 


1994 NISSAN XE 4X4 , 

«4.51«1, Vnluu Truck PnckaRCwilh 

Air, AM/FM Cassotle, Power Mirrors, S 'B -C 

ChmmtfPack.igu. WasST.'!,444 Saw II J) ^ 


1994 NISSAN XE 4X4 HARDBODY 

114.5180, 

Pricoil For Summer Sale..; 

WasSl4,44«J Saw 


• *1 2,488 


3 pioco bodrodm sol. Full 
size matt ross, $300. 
536-6532 


Bedroom set. Tripio dresser, 
chest of drawers. 2 night in- 
bioo. hoadboortf. $500 or 
boslolfOf;736-Q970. 



CASH FOR FURNITURE - 1 
horn or a houso lull. Wo will 
bo glad to gNo you on on- 
iho-spol ostimato lor your 
oualsyusodlurniiuro. 
2 eC»NDTIME AROUND 
689 N. WathIngton.TF 
734-6008 

Mon.-SaL: 10am- 5pm 


1994 NISSAN 4X2 HARDBODY PICKUP ♦ 

rr4r.09f., 4 Cylinder Engine, .e ^ wv ,rw <r> 

.5 Speed Transmission, More! ^ 

Was $9339 Sow / 

PvorlP.vnt$U)Ocxtr.i 


1994 NISSAN SENTRA 2 DR. XE 

ir. Cruise, AM/FM Casselle, 

4 Spe.nker Stereo, Pwr. Mirrors, !j) 


Re.ir Defoeuer, W.ns $12,929 

All Sisson Scnlr.1 -Vf 4 Door $201) 


For solo: King sizo waiorbod, 
6 drnwor podosinl, hoator, 
without motlfoss, $150 or 
bora oiler. Call 734-7521 


Gold colored Davonporl 
(maKoB Inot n bod) groni 
shnoo. $150. 326-4747 


Ofoon floral lovosool. $50. 

Whito couch, $100. Gtoot 
. condition. Call 733-5620. 





a sg a g 






F-2 Tlmos Nows, Twin Fnllii, IdnMo Friday, Juno 17, 1D9' 


'mfOVlRlVMONtff 

aiiiliiiil 



,B 17-. MISCELLANEOUS'- 
FOR SALE 


020 PETSAI1D_ 
SUPPUES 


1979 DODGE COLT 8<t>iq 

/47292G. WAS $5995 S 0<S 

1984 PONT. DONHEVILLEsong 

/U024446A.WASS1995 • 0#fi 

1978 HOICK ELECTRA sqqo 

m0077-9B,V/AS$1595 poO 

1978 TOYOTA COROLLA 8o»o 

/ZB154B5B,WASSiS95 

-l980-HERCrM0HARCH^aa«r 

433275B.V/AS 51995. . P2ID 

1982 OLDS. 98 REGENCY giioo 

yP3U2A, WAS $2995, !■»& 

1983 FORD TEMPO sioeo 

yp«7nBA.WA5S399i 8aP.<- 

1981 DODGE D250 4X4 eiobe 

yP302K, WAS 62995 - I5ISIO 

1983 CHRY. LEBAROH sgoQI 

/SA04229B,V/AS$3995'. COOI 

1983 CBEWY^4X4 8Qivif 7 

, yE003424F.WAS$4995 O### 


CARS 


1984 OLDS. CIERA 

«174402B, WAS 53995,, 

1987 FORD ESCORT 

yPB05S98A. WAS 53495.. 

!883ltl8SMSENTBAWA0. 

/RIU590A, WAS 53995,. 

1977 CHBYSLERXOBOOBA 

/BA01954F.WAS 53995 

1983 FORD ESCORT 

yPB00779B.W.\S51595,. 

1985 OLDS. 88 REGENCY 

m44fli9A. WAS 54995.. 

1987 PONTIAC 6000 

yp3i04, WAS 53995 

1985 HITS. GALANT 

/P3202.WAS5499S 

1983 CBEVY SPECTRUM 

yZA80177A. WAS 54995,, 

1988 FORD LTD CROWN 

/X1i9971A;WAS55995.; 

1887 HONDA CnnC WAG. 

-AATOSiSL-WALSSJiS 

1990 SUBARU LOYALE 

yp3194A.WASS5995 

1088 CHEVY NOVA 

yPOOl WAS 55995 

1888 PONTIAC GRAND AM 

#W227840A.WASS5995 

1987 HEBCUBr SABLE 

/X10982SA, WAS 56995 

1993 FORD FE8TIVA 

/2A909418, WAS 57495 

.1891 MA2DA 826 

N052400A, WAS 510,995 

1992 FORD ESCORT 

/P3009. WAS 59995 

1992 CHEVY GEO PRIZM 

/P007695B, WAS 59995 

1091 SUBARU LEGACY I 

/U14116B, WASS10.995 

1992 CBEVY CORSICA 

yP3158A.WAS 10.995 

1994 FORD T-BIRD 

/X124525A.WASSU.995 


.Vnii' ()i\hi 

^963 
4993 
4998 
<2883 
<2887 
<2967 
<2998 
<3981 
<3998 
- <4862 

<4777 

<4988 

<4991 

<4993 

<5863 

^997 

*7981 

<8962 

<8989 

<9777 

<9897 

<15,873 


Sc4iwinn Airtyfio oxordso 
biko. Itkonow. W50. 

432-53'13. i 

Sol up your own bonuly sn- 
Ion. Chniffi. dryoic. 4 
bowls, 326^784. 

I 

Smnll Amtrno chosi Iroozof. 
$100 Toyotn knilling ma- 
Chino $350. Bolh o'oa> 

cond. 324-7310. ' 

TRACTOR REKTALS: 4x4 
diosol tradofs 4 full lino of 
implomonis. Loader, mow- 
er, post hole diooordisK. 
■"etc. Hobby Hotco Ranch 
Equipmont Rentals 4 Sales 
- by day, wookor monih. 

20^45856.-- i 

Used corral polos 733-4560 
Used shelving. Lozior’ond'- 
wnrohouso: Future Source. 
Inc., 702 3rd ST. Wosl. 
Twin FhIIs, ID 733-4456 • 

Window mounl swamp 
cooler. $300. 733-4022. 

Wolto Tanning bod, $1800. 
Cnll734-2B67 

018 MUSICAL 
“:~lN?TRUMENrs 

24 ch PA for ront. Crown. 

Yamaha, JBL. 543-6366 
Bundy Clarinet (or solo. 
$150 or bed ollor. Coll 

734-2638 

Casio Organ Cose, music. 4 
stand included. $600 

734- 3076 

Elect. Wuiliizor organ, 
bench, good condition. II in- 
loroslod coll 734-1014 or 
see at 430 Elm. $250, 
HBttoradPlenai733-3905 - 


Copiers for solo. Lorao SO- I 
lection of roeondilTonod.;! 


. reo to good homo^ IS 
~monttrAu8fratiftn6hopa«d- 
tomolo. Loving, wollbo- 
havod 636-2806 


_.fi20 PETS AND 
SUF^PUES ' 

f Froo.Whlto.noutarodmolo 
, cm.KasehotB.StolOnws. 

^ old. Allo'dlonaia.'lovlng; 
734-1B27 


S20 PETS AND 
- -• SUPPUES - 
Quoonsland Blue Heeler 
nitna Call 543-5096. 


324-6746 

H.P.Pele is now hand (ood- 
ing: Green Wing Macaw. 
$1450: Congo African 
Gray, $950: Double Yotlow 
Hood, $025; Blue Front. 
^5:Ounkers.$165. Phis 
lota of recently weaned 
birds. Biggest selection of 
birds, toys, cages, and food 
at groat prices. Call (20B) 
344-2001. 426 N. OfWotd. 

Boise. IDB370G. 

Minialuro Schnouzor Pups. 

AKC. Shots, dowclows, 4 
-1oifa-doeor42SO--Rfladyj>n_ 
6-17-94, Will bo dohyorod 
to eorious, good homos. 
.Call 726-7741 Of 768-6155 


Rogistorod Border Collies, 
Imported blood linos, roody 
6-14. ifSO on -Aaa-SiJI 
Roglsteiod 4 unroglstorod 
Persian kktena, also Himo- 
(ayan klilons. $S0-$1 50. 
Cnfl 625-5402 


Toip, il75. Reg Woo 
speyod Bortgal. $125. 
Can 734;23aS 
Thfoo froa 
rooDy cute. Looking lor 
. . irtohotiMtS-CaO 4^-4121 


■ 021 STEREOSf 

RADIOS/CDS 

Cunts Mothos etoroo. Coll al- 
lor 5 pm or before 9 am 
; 324-6^. - 

023 VARIETY FOODS 
■ AND SERVICES 

FRESH BERRIES 
ARE BACKIi 

StrowAwfries, Gooseberries; 

' Loganborrios. Blockcaps, 
Red RaopborTlos, Marion- 
berdos, Golden Rospbor- 
riec, Boyeonbonloa, Black- 
twmos. Kuotxtrrios. 

Nooidors nocoesary. Lot ol 
- Grocery Outlet ond K- 
Mntl. 6:3O-7:30pm Salur- 


day, June 25. 
48W ovoniags k 
TWtBERRYi 


023 VARIETY FOODS 
'AND SERVICES, - 

ALREADY picked etranbor- 
' rios now ovailabio by ordrrr 
-, at the Rougust SUaeiborrY. 

Farm; $5 a gel. plus tax; 

. 324-2036 from noorvEpm, 

Nol lo worry it you've never 
ptecod a dassIMod lul. Wo 
will help you. Call 733-0931. 


024 VIDEO 

• EKTERTAIHMEHT 

• & TELEVISION 

Brand now 56-inch Salollito 
. Dfch. HBO. Dfeney. TNT ter 
2vr8.$t500.677-^51 


2vr8.$t500.677-^51 
King Vipor‘94 Satolliio sys- 
tem.' C-KU with supper 
guide. New $3500. moving 
• imisl son $2W. 733-0670. 
Now RCA Homo Thiralro 46*. 

■ Si 800 736-8200. _ 


ea WANTED ro BUY 


10'4 Largerhon-wotKlna. 

coIorT Vht 4 VCR's. Coll 

4234676 ovos 4 wknds 
-1 or. more USED CELLULAR, 
PHONES. 734-0520 - - 

Anything with cowboys on 
BudOng Bforveo's. pteturos. 
ceramic, clothing, rumitufo, 

. olc. II if hOB a Bucking 
Bfooeo on k cap. 543-5315 
Baldwin Acraeonlc spinet pL 
. one. Made In tote 30's, 40's 
er 50-8- 423-4034 
each for CB's, VCR's, micfo- 
wavds: CD's, working or 
r>ot.CnJ1733.9444. 
Computers, prinlora. ony- 
, thing oloctfoolc. , NOT 
WORKING or WORKING.. 
733-6760. Will pickup froe. 
Creme bumpers. 4 grill lor 
1963 Chevy pickup. Call 
543-4012,Of 7^242, 

/V rnw minu iq !i Q day c t'oc AJna_ 
the bBigalne In claisllled 
can pay oil handsomely. 


025 WANTED TO BUY' 

Early American swivel reck- 

Of. in very good shaM or 
one lo recover. 934-4020. 
Feodor tjyi343 ^472 Of ■- 

Now or used autoclave, 
needed ASAPICall 934- 
5502 or loovD mossooe, 

Otd Iron bod with riguifoosTA 
largo tr a mpo B no im quoTily 
16 In. chain saw. 734- 

8332. 

Portoblo slorogo unK. 

734-6430 owftitxta 

Roar end lo (it toss F150 
pickup, 350 rallo'lront boP 
patlOfn. '733-7502 
. Rock Tumbler or small ball 

mill. 733-3963 I" 

Troy buflt deWe bar 3.5'or 
45HP.Willtrado(orJD 
GOV 16* blado choirtsaw. 

Coll 734-5363 

Wnmnd- 1970-74 D edpQ 

-Chanenoerpails, 

CpI 7^559. 








ISUMMER CLEARiMVCE SALE! 




coplors slnnlnfl nl $205. 1 
yoor worraniy available. 
Call 734-9S6B. 


Need a larger dOBk?_Wo 
have a nice 6‘x3' wood 
groin Seel desk lor cole or 
wil trade lor o smaller desk. 

-Call 5356693 during bual- 
nnrr. hm 


1993 TOVOTA 4RUNNER 


(fO'762.T-l, A/C, . .S'lf]'- O 

5 Spml, Cattette I'j ^ ^ i 


1987 DODGE COtT VISTA 

fl07405-l,4W|it'uinriVL\ 

Wacon.CU-an ^ 








Tlmos-Nows. Twin Falls, Id.iho F-3 


ISscellaneous-Recreationa! •TransBsort 825-1 037 


B25 WAITED 70 BUY 


Wnntod; Anliquo liltio boyo 
' Victorian do<f>o«r-Cal lit- 
7046 Of 733-0 881. 


903 BOATS AND 
marine fTEMS 


Wanted Iroo to good homo, 
modium to largo aizod dog. 
_laluLJLCofflpiinio(Lwalc7Ll 
iplotoly 


I hoJohne 
[~nS6 6f~3 


plnypwn. Call 736-1699, 
Wnnlod nowof woshor & dry- 
-f.Cnll 734-49C9. 


Wanlod Plluogor Fishing 
• foob. whole or pens. 733- 
3444 nil or 6pm. 


Wnntod: SoIoIIok mochino. 
and punching bog. Call 
324-g600. 


Wonted to buy: 3 to 5 aero 


- Wanted to buy; Armstrong 
Vornay vinyl, pool & stick, 
floor tile. In rod or whilo 
brick pnilom. 536-2159. 


Garda Sioelhond reel; 
Medalist Ilytish root. 
733-S095. 


' Wanted to Buy. Modal A 
Ford parlo: 19^ wheels. 21* 
tires, & trunk lid, for 1929 
Rumble seat. Largo 3 way 
Irldgo for mortor homo. 
326-4554. 


Wonted to buy:' Older crib 
with manroM. 733-0350. 
Wanlod to buy: Quality 
Diamond Tonnio braclol. 
Phono 733-6081 days, ask 
for A.Andoreon 


Wanlod to buv: Riahl hand 


drive Poslol Joo| 
corviiilen. Call ~ 


loop in go 
53&-20M 


Wanted to buy: Sell-pro- 
poled town mower in good 
cond. Wli trade largo”' 
propone roilssotio B B Q. 
53^5516. . 


Wanlod to buy: upright Irooz- 
or, under S100. Like now. 
— ptenso.CBll734-7S23. 


Wanted: Used Macintosh 
computer. Offico fiing cabi- 
■■ ■ 'TWt.-Ca«543-47P6: • - — 


Want to buy: Boaon Terrier, 
or Pomoranlan. Profor 
oduk. 438-8003. 


Wont to buy good used ro* 
frin-lrooror, while & SI 50 or 
lees Call7348140. 


Wont lo buy: While boskots 
lor largo floral arrongo* 
^nnmfi jj34-5920. 


828 COLLECTIBLES 
AND VALUABLES 

Stampafor tale - Commem- 
orating Tho Space Mission 
to Mnn> 8 ethers. S36-2664_. 



910 SPORTING GOODS 


16' Fbroloom wHh tralor. 75 
Johnoon. S1600. 324- 
i:'ff7g 


Body Smith weight sot, 650 
lbs., olwolghlan-'' ^ 
bolls.'woight t 
dumbboll^ack. pli 
SI 400/olf Df . Cril 73641280 


17’4> foot IBjOB. iri-hul open 
bow, 351 Ford Engine, 
S3999.S43-^. 


911 TRAVEL 
TRAILERS 


Troior robuil, hull roody lor 
pohl. el] hardworo powder- 
plated. Sot up 'for BB 
Chevy. Over $5000 spent 
on upgrades, asking $6000 
or best offer. Keith at 536- 
2129 days. 


1078 Comp Jot boat, 18 ft. 
460 ongino. Everything 
now nno compleiofy rtboilt. 
Call 423-5^, 


1992 25 HPMorcuryOut- 
board. Lose than 10 hra. 
use. Uko now $1800. Days 


19 n. MorCrucisor. Inboard. 

outboard, bZ-load traitor 
$2500. 436-3081 days; 
436-S066 aft nr 6 A wkndn. 

20 HP Morcury Outboard 
motor. $450. 734-4468 '• 

21’ Taylor Craft; 460 Burldoy 
Jot Nieo$S.5<X) 324-21 82 

-76-Ffboflorm Colomblo 16'.- 
115 Evinrudo, EZ lood’lniil- 
or, good cood. $3,000 best 
ollof. 733-1072. 

Custom boat 'JralloT.' For 
Avon typo boat. Uko now 
$700. doll days 726-3220; 
nlnhts786wL\59 

Family boot, fish or ski, 16 ft. 
155 OMC. walk-through, 
tri-houl. $3500 or bosi otfor. 
Cal 677-45.36. 

Novor UEod, 15 ft Coleman 
scanoo, cash $396; 14 ft 
aluminum *V‘ bottom cor- 
toppor boat, cosh $350. 

904 CAMPERS - 
AND SHELLS 

11 'A' cnbovor campor, Irg 
-stooping bod, tuly soft -con- 
tainod, fit V* T PU. 8'A' 
hod Call 879-5219. 

6' aluminum campor shol, 
good condllten. $125. 
324-S7B5. 

8’A'ft Alnckon Campor. 

734.9471 

8' ovorshot eompor, $350. 
Noods somo work. Coll at- 
lof 6 txn 543-8820- 

[|:iilHBPi.1ff!-B.IL!L.L1 


closet & table. FIta 4'x 6' 
bod or ful sUe toicfc, $300. 

734-^91 


Century full sizo PU oholl, 
lintod & sliding Windows, 
(an In color, $350. Call 
736-2080 oves. 


Ll(0 now Lonoe O VZ top ol 
lino oveixhol eompor. Llsod 
Sllmoe.Cost $U, 000 soli 
$8900.32^7^ after 5o , 
tor ful sizo PU. $100. 
iflO£^£m^ 


Topper tor lu 
Cnfl734-0C 


906 GUNS AND 
RIFLES 


1006 SEMIS & HEAVY 
EQUIPMENT 


1972 GMC. Tandum drive, 5_! 
4 4. $3500. 1977 GMC. 
Oioeel larxfum drive. $5Sqo 
934-4613 


1976'GMC wrockOCGSOO' 
Borlos, 600 Holmes, now 
10x20 rubber 4 now 454 
engino. good truck, $9000, 
825-4144 


1972 23" Rood Ranger, self- 
contained. tandem oxios, 
$650.326-5272. 


1973 Travel Troilor. 16 It. 
$650 or best oiler. 734- 
4468 


•1084 Intomaliona] 9670 XL, 
> 110'cnb, 400Cumminc. 13 
speed, very dean 
M - 1975 Wilson cotik) Irailor 
Can 678-3028 


1974 23^'WildornoBB. Has 
hoator. Irldgo w-lroozor, 
stove 4 oven, baihlub w- 
shower, equalizer hitch. 
Sloops 7. oxc cond! 837- 
S?53,8378J00. 324-4215 


1987 Ford 755B tractor, 
loodor backhoo. (206) 
76S-1263. $18000. 


|JD 510 backhoo, fresh en- 

t lno. -good condition. 
13,000. Call 764-2397. 


978 Roadrunnpr Goose- 
rock 5lh wheekiT. Al nowty 
• • -?3.6182. 


1981 17 ft. Komlort Light. 5th 
whi travel trailer. SoK-ccn- 
tnlned. $2800934-4613-' 


Loadors 4 backhoos: 560 
Super D, 560 C. 580 Super 
E-4Wg_Hougn^yard 
4WD. F0(klifl6.2fChamp. 
15' champ. 2 warehouse 
hvslore. Call 436-5700, 


1981 22' Kll Companion, 
soil-contained, roor en- 
trance, oquotzor hkeh. cor- 
norja<*5. Exc cond, $6000. 
Call 324-5174. 


1961 Ideal 8 X 35' park mod- 
el, 2 ilpouls, 1 bdrm; front 

kitchen. $8995 

Brockman's * 1 -800-773- 
3167.734-3187 


32' 5th wheel. 1989 Ford 
F250dlosol. 1954 Dodge 
PU. Call 326-5282 


76 Cpachman 22" sell-con- 
loinod, oxc cond. $3800 or 
otIor.CnII 733-1425. 


'81 AIrsiroam. now carpet 4 


'84 28' Sports King. AC. 

soll-cont, m •"* '* 

good shape. 


8‘ X 30' Nomad park model 
In Quid oduS TE paric Fur-- 
nlsnod incl.AC.W/D, ml- 
crowavo, new hide-a-bod, 
-Call 734-4969. 


■91 Wiidomeas 18'. Self corv- 
toinod, dual axle. Used only 
, once, excel cond. Asking 
$9 SCO. OT8-0078. 


Beautiful 32 It '92 Nu Wa 
HKchhlkor Sih wheel. 12 It 
elide out, lots of oxlros. 
Must sen duo to innoss. (^1 


abSEOUT 
on al Imyol troilom; Sih 

Blo^ Hot deals. 
Save now Id: 
Bsny'sCatemyRV 
Blake 4 Addison Avo West, 
Twin Foils 

733.2410. 


plan, awning. AC. etc. Ro- 
diieedtol.900. 733-1934 


901 ATVSAND 

MOTORCYCLES 


20% OFF all Hites. JUNE. 
Twin Folia Coin & Pawn. 
7384050. 


Nofinco MK 90; 7,62 mm. ri- 
fle, 30 round mag., 3-S 
round moga. 40 rounds of 
amo for $400, 870 Rom- 
mingllon, 12guago mag-; 
num express, $200. Both 
like now. Call ovos-423-. 
5e97ordavs-734.2905. 


Sporty. 

• 354 


1978 Suzuki 400 RM,$200. 
1974 Yamaha 175 Endure. 
$100, Kawasaki 100, $500. 
' Call 733-4430 


908 MOTOR HOMES 
i-ANDRV'S 


MUST SELL THIS WEEK- 
ONLYI New Kit 25' with is- 
lond quoon bod. AC, aw- 
ning, mierowavo. sioroo, 
$n,300. One only, why 
buy used? Eosy financing 
BrMkmn'sM-aOO-TTi 
3167.7344167 


Nks a eioan 16' Shasla with 
fumaeo, elovo a evon, too- 
bet. $900, 4a-S2B7 eves. 


Trailer, cenvortod pick up 
bod. Nice tool box altach- 
' fflonl.$22Serbostolfor. 
536-S516 


912 IfTEJTY 
TRAILERS 


22 X 6 1/2’ onclosed trailer, 
$2700. 32^7^. 


1960 Kawasaki KDX 175^ 
o«e. cond, $700. 9344907 
1981 blue Honda stop- 
through PassportCycio 
C-70. $300 733-7889. or 

7334345. 

1984 Honda 200 XL.In good 
condition. $050 or boot ol- 
ter. 4234654 aflor 6 pm 
1904 Hondo Gold Wing. 17K 
mlloc, now. liroo, not 
. droBnod, windshield only. 
$2150 firmlCnll 783-0131. 
1963 Yomaha-Routaea*' 
roodbiko.$1790. 

See m WILLS TOYOTA 
1 993 Kawasaki KLR 650, on 
or off road bike, perfect 
coodrtion. $2700 or best of- 
fer. Coll Russ, days 436- 
-'0611 or678-300eevee 


1972 WinnobogolS' Class 
A. Was $3995 —this week- 
end $2495 at 
Brockman's’ 1 -800-773- 
3187.734-3167 


,1973 Champion Class A. in 
clerogo 8 years, 44K miles. 
' all accessories goon. Will 
I accept trade for Inter model 
PU or irailor. 2064554. 


1002 AUTO PARTS 
a REPAIRS 


1977 24’ Establlshmonl. 
Gonoraor, AC. owning, ra- 
dial fires, sleeps 5. DMgo 
440. $6000 a^3364. 


1981 Paco Arrow motor 
homo lor cbll. Now ongino 
and transmission, with low 
miles. Clean with a quoon 
sized bod. Call 733-0774. 


1985 Horitogo 28 ft. tew mile- 
ego, oxcollont condition. 
9200. Coll 324-7944 


. •J3Suzuki2S0:'77KowasnW, 

2S0.$400on. 423-5952 
'82 XT 200, oxc cond, 
4364723-654-2711 
•84 Suzuki RM125. runs 
i aood, $500 orbosi oiler. 
foS-5755. 


Honda 90. 2 each, go^ 
dilion. $425 each. Coll. 
S43-8327. nklht 543-8470, 


Hullv 10 spd mountain biko, 
^4tnn^$75.733-5830_ 


903 BOATS AND 
marine ITEMS 


1 1 It Alufninum Boat 5'4» HP 
A tmier. 326-5600 


14‘ boot a irailor. Newer 
25HP molor. occossor.ios . 
incl. $1500. Call Carol. 
543-6016 ntlof 4 pm. 


make ottof. Call 734-36M. 
14' Hysido rati with fixed 
lloor, whitowalor frame. 3 

_CAdlala-eara.-plu3-aUrn8r 

$1, 050. Cali-736-Bt&2. 


1 4' Soo King boat with 7’A 
-hp^«Hn«iiaitef-melOfrwith- 
trollor. oxc. condition, 
$1250.324-6715. 


150HP' 1978 Evinrudo” 


1992 29' HOLIDAY ALU- 
MALITE 5TH. GLIDE 
$19,900.11978 28''RREO' 
DALE 5TH, $4500.. 1989 
32' ALFA GOLD 5TH. 
GLIDE $26,500.. 1992 27' 
NUWA 5TH. ULTRA GLIDE 
$22.500. -1989 40' ROY- 
ALS INTERNATIONAL 
5TH. $29,500, *1991 37' 
AVION TRAILER GLIDE. 
$29,500. .1987 36' PRAI- 
RIE SCHOONER 5TH. 
GLIDE$17,900..1989 37' 
NUWA 5TH GLIDE 
$22.900. -1988 35' CAR- 
RIAGE I5TH GLIDE 
$22,500. *1992 26' HILO 
$14,900. *1980 34' HOLI- 
DAY IMPERIAL 5TH, 
$9900. .1991 40' TETON 
5TH ULTRA GLIDE 

-$49,000:'-' 

RV'BR'US 
OPEN SUNDAYS 
. 300RVS - 

'^TALKUP’S” 
PEEBLES RV 
CASPER. WYOMING 
1-800-577-9350 
73. 20" motorhomb. needs a 


Chevy 305. Runs good. Con. 
hoor run. $300 or best of- 
for. Call736-03B0 


Magnolia 3 bdrm, 14 x 72; 
$11 .900. Cozy 2 bdrm, 14 X 
56. $12,400. Schujl. " 



cond, rims in oxc • i> 
Ford V«oni. 734-1952 
days. 733-8143 all Of 6. 


Also good used one lor 2 
“ eGM, 


Ton GM.$». 736-0728. 


I FACTORY REBUILT 

^ ^ MOTORS 

350 Chovy-$489; 302 Ford- 
$489: Many more In stock. 
Call Number 1 Auto Porfa, 
324-8721. ’ 


JAPANESE ENGINE a 


Parting out '71 Comoro. 
7364:080 


1089 Acurn. crutco. PS. PB. 
power cun rod. AM/FM 
"cassono.Tuns'and lopkff- 
GREATI 324-4170. 


isgi Acura Integra 09.-4 



1991 3181S BMW. Low mile- I 
nno. excel cond. w-. enow | 
tiros. $19,000. Call 734- : 
. 7030 fiftof 5:30. 3.., 


'01 Buick Skylark, groat 
cond, PS, PB. cruise. AC, 

M iod tiros. 99.000 mis. 
00O.Cnll7334J602- 


Torox loadot. 3'A yard buck- 
3l. out ol tromo rwwly over- 
hauled. Cal 733-1043. or 
734-9804. 


1007 TRUCKS 


1974 Inlornollonol •Aten. 

50,000 erte mta. 733-9420 
1976 F250, utility bod, pipe 
rack. 351 Cleveland, runs 
good. $2500. Coll 324- 
^50,0 


SUBARU BUY BACKS!- 

I THE SMART BUY! All cars have from 8,000 to 18,000 miles, and 
' are completely equipped with air, cruise, cassette, power . 
windows, power locks & air bag. Plus they include the ; 
remainder of the factory warranty-5 year, 60,000 miles. 

• 1993 SUBARU LEGACY SEDAN 4 DR. 

I Sold new for over $i8,000 Now only SjSQS 
•4x4 LEGACY WAGON (2 to choose from) 

•1 FRONT WHEEL DRIVE LEGACY WAGON 
•1 SUBARU IMPREZA 4 DR. SEDAN 


iwjLCiUition..naod— ] 

clean transportation, $875. 

Call 324-6715. 

‘71 Chevy Impala Sports 
' Coupe. 400 email block, ' 
low mlloogo. Bosi oiler. 
Call 326-4017. rrwminqa. 

78 Chevy Blazer, runs excel. 
$1500. Call 536-6308 oiler 
6om. 

'80 Chevrolet Corvotlo. 
boautilul rod car, tan 
loeihor interior, $10,000. 
Call Milch. 788-3661. 

‘66 Chevy Coprico Classic, 
$695. CnB 326-5272. 

•87 Camara Z 28 IROC. lood- 
od, T-top6,30S V8, MPFI, 
low miles, gorogod winlore. 
1st $6000 lakes it. Coll 

7B841702- Hailey 

Mschanlc* Special— 79 
Chovy%lonhoovyduly. 
needs ongino. '73 Chevy 


1977 Extra cob Oalsun PU. 
now point. AC. $2000 or 
best oiler, 324-8635 


19e7Sortes30aopvnn w- 
6.2Ldkwol, $3600. 1979. 
GMC '/ti Ion 4x4, 
438-5408. 


'57 Chavy ’A ton.'ehortbod. 
Iloolsido, CUSTOM, many 
_exiros. Soo nt 892 Canyon 
Rim Rood. $3500 orbed 
oiler. Call 733-5369 


74 Courier with oholl. Runs 
lair. 4 spd. Good tiros, 
733-3708 attor 6. 


79 Ctxwy PU. 350. AT. PB. 1029 CHRYSLER 


•84 ChovSIO LB. PU. Tohoo 
kg. V-6. AT, 82K, w- shell.- 
iharpl 734-3894 r --- 


•86 SWB-, Silverado, AC AT, 
rlow point, aluminum whis. 
eioan truck. 324-6449 


■93 FofdR ang nrXL.3. 6 


1990 Chrysler LoBoron. Fully 
loaded vory clean low 
miles, must sell, will deal. 
Eves 544-2424, Shnunn. 


1982 DalEun2B0 ZX. now 


part paymi 
73^173. 


miMion. call 734-S 


Hoovy duly slldo-ln stock j 
rock, fits tong box PU, good i 
nhneo. $^ 420-1295 


. $6000.Coll734-2C26. 



up. Short bod, AT. $— 
Irado ter long bod 4x4 
plek-up. 678-4761 alter 
4:30 pr 


1988 Ford Ranger, 4x4, V6. 
5 Bd,_a3,000 miee. $4850 
Bifof. 736-7334 ottOfS. 


1686 Toyota 4x4, 3,000 
miloB on eemplolo rebuild, 
now tiros, oxc. cond, 
$BQQ0. 7334096 Qtior 5 


1990 Oodgo Cummins 250. 
Many oxtras, oxeolloni con- 
dition. $13,500.00. Call 
324-5516. 


1990 Toyoiaoxibab4x4. 
V-6. AC. 5 spd. black, hwy 
milos. $7000: 733^68. 


— 1991-GMC Sierra. y«1on.- 1 
4x4,w-exlondodCAb, 
Gtasstho shell, bodlinor. 
cuatom running boards. AT, 
AC, doluxo condrtten. 

Call 326-5680. 


73 Chovy Btazor, 4x4; 350. 
AT, tow packogo, tuns well. 
$14Morbost offer. 
786- 9846 attor 5om. 


'74 Chovy pick-up. Rebuilt 
molor & transmission. 
$800.734.9471 


'77 Chovy Choyonno. Short 
whool Doso. 400 small 
bteck ongino. $2,500. 
5434598 


CHRIS JORDAN'S 

SmiMER 
FUN & SUN 
SAVINGS 

s.v.* 4 ; 000 ! 

On ALL 1994- 
MPV's 4x2 or 4x4 

‘2,000 Rebate plus ‘2,000 Discount **"Plus Special Lease Program" 



79 Ford pickup 4x4 llatbod, 
6 loot boxes, now tiros. 
$3600. Cnll 543-4466. 


'64 Chov Silverado, % ton. 
4x4, 6.2 diosol, loaded! 
■f owing pkg. low ml. $4500. 
733-iar- 


'84 Chovy blozor, sllvorodo 
■ pkgroow ong &.palnt„16_ 
mpg hwy ,$4200 or ' — ■ -■ 
tor. 423-4335 


Chovy ’A ton 4x4 PU. 

305 V-B. 4 spd Sllvorodo, - 
AC. $5500 Of irodo towards 
nowof PU. 326-5680 


SAVE * 1 , 500 ! 

On ALL 1994 , , 

"MS^ainB4ooo^xf: 

Cab 4x4's "15" in Stock 



86 Joop Chorokoo. Runs 
groat, w- 170+ — 
$5.000. 734-3001. 


Sol of aluminum rims, tiros 6 
contorcape. torttsmShn 
'"•'i.Con 


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1968 Olds Cutlos S convert-, 
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Orrarall S3 condrtionod cor. 
$4950. Koith at ,536-2129 
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|'66 Impala Super sport. 

' tomo options, nicoly ro- 
SlOfOd $4500 324-2182 


Ford 1949 PU, aunrool, 
hticknl nonta. Itnl ^n d V8. 4 
wni^cusl 


-bdmi , t 4jt T0r$1£;«X7: 

Brocknian'a • 1-600-773- 
3167.734-3167 


1964.F650. 10 whooler, 544, 
I BOS. good rubber, 20' Qteol 
‘ bod. hydraulics, oxcol run- 
' (wf. $4500. 324-3450 oves. 


ext cab Toyota. V6, fuel 
Injoctod, 63,000 miles. 3* 
lilt, 36‘ tiros, oil tho candy, 
$8000- Call '7M-Q661 mse 


tor. Call324-S 


■89 Ford Bronco, fully loadod 
Eddio Bouor pockago 
65.000 mi. immaculati 
-cond,$13.90OrCo1l 324 
5177 nftof 5pm. 


'93 Explorer XL; s spd 
$19.000/Dtfor- S438214. 

'04 GMC 1500 EXT cab 
shortbox 4x4. SLE pkg 
350, AT. LOAbEDliOOi 
miton. 326-4661 


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1990 Dodge Caravan, oxo 
corid. Aaklng $7800, c 
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•II klndaof^oodI«tl 
DMdIIrMt; Thursday 12:00 
noon (or Friday; 
Friday 12:00 noon (or SaL 
CnH Fair. Murlnugh Friond- 


• much CKy Park. 12-5, 
Como S buy a tablo (or $20 
5 cliaro your harrdiwotk ol 
ono ot tiw bool nil around 
. colobmiions in Itw valloyl 
For moro inlo, cal Slm 
432-536<5 or Shannon. 
432-5G06 


Kimbofly- Hugo Ynrd Salo. 
Slovo.lurnKuroL & misc. ol 
oil kinds. FriaSnlOtoS. 
3273 E. 3600 N, 2 mis. 
Soulh on Hankins Rd.. all 
Kimbotly Rd. • ' 


Kimborly 

MOVING SALE! 

2 (win oak bads. $45 on., 
baby bod. $35. 3 largo bul- 
letin baards..mako a ollor, 
slooplngbags, $25 on. & 
much moro. 428'/t.W Can- 
tor, 21.22, 23 of Juno Irom 
flamloSom 


mica. tlk>, doors, moldiims. 
soma housohold Itoms. 703 
Washington Si N. Friday 
Juno 17. 1-4pm - Saiutday 
Juno Ifl, 6ftm-rtoon. 

TF • Moving salo: Lois ol 
Stull. antiOLtrs. you nomo ill 
Sal. Only S-?. 473 Jackson 


Paul- Mo vino, ska 
Sal Juno tbtnonly, 
Housohold & mise, olodric 
v.-iros, & lots moro, 
800 N 575 E. 8-? 


thing Furniluro, Kitchon 
. ware, planis, poj'ntings, op- 
plionoos, oniorloinmani 
conlor. Fri & Sat. 8 am to 2 
pm, 7S6 Loeuf.t SI. 

TF - Multi family solo! Sat 
only 8-2. 1201 Suriburtt St. 


only 8-2. 1201 Suriburtt St. 
Salo, Gnmoboy, biko. baby 
S childrons'c!athosa(nlt 


Ruport • FrI & Sal, 8-4 pm. 
Furniluro, baby dull, an- 
tiquo pump organ, Wostom 
Union colloctiblos. 300 N 
325 E. Can 436-5358 


Furniluro, kiichoo itoms. 6 
lots ol mise. 1 1 SO Locust St 
N.Thur. Fri, 6 Sat 6-4 


TF- Multl-lamily yard salo. 


Ruport-Yoarly garopo aalos 
' at Country Sido Subdivision 
lusl south ol Iho Ruport 
HosoitnI. Sot Juno 1 6. 8am 


8nm-3Qm.'Sot. Juno 18 
only. Clothos, somo furtti- 


• YARDSALEfi " 

Wo'ro moving and havo a n 
couch & mniehing ehnir, 
quoonsizohondboard, lull ' Q 
fflcnross, dining room tablo, _ 


- -TF* 1621 Addison Avo E. 
Sol only, 7-7. Nomo brand 
junior womon's cldhos sizo 
5-1 1. jowolry, TVs, wickor, 
enmoslovo. A loisolmir-c. 


391 JaclQon Juno 17th 
6 16lh9-4.Col!ociablos, 
' elothoo. housdworo, 6 lots 
cl mise. 

TF: NEK3HBORHOOO 
GARGESALEIll Friday 


mise. 1/4 milo north 


IGNORE THE DETOUR B 
SIGNS Worth Iholriolll “ 
Filer - Yordsalo, 5 hp irrig H 
pump, antlquos, horso lack. ■ 
polio (urnlluro,loole,sm " 
oppls, croft horns, kjggago, g 
bonind Filer Foirgrounds. 
across Iho roilrooa irocks to ■ 
QarvLano. &ti 8-1om a 


shoos, cleihoe, jowolry, Ro- 
glnastoomor, erali-maga- 
zinoa, eelloctibloa. 


TP: Quality super soiel 
Cloihosinelu 2 XXL, carpet, 
nov) tools, leblo, trodlng 


cards, swamp coolof. boor 
lap. 2S7l9thAvo E. FrIA 


Hanoon- 5 Family garogo 
solo. Wotorpnd, color iv. 
clolhos. toys, kids' clothos,. 
nniiquos, 8x10 canvas lent. 

1 10 Pino. 810 S 


Honson - Fri nnd Sot, 9 to 5 
pm, 'A milo E ol D.tws Mar- 
kol. ffurnituro, bikos, TV's, 
moiorcyclo. mlcrowavo." 
clothos, and odds nnd 
ondr., 

Hanson • Housohold Homs, 
tools, cclloct.-iblas. clolhing. 
Alois ol mise.NOEARLl 
SALES! Sal. Jur>o 18 only 
8-4. 358 2nd St E. 




. TF • 267 Ridgeway, Sol 
Only, Gaby Homs, childrons 
clolhos, dichwoshor. nir 
condhionor. A anything also 
• you want A moro 

TF-410 RWgowoy Or, 

Sal only 8-4prn, Swing sot. 
ploypbn, boolu, childrons A 
adult dolhing, auto bre lor 
GEO Moiro, Urge assort- 
morriotwhoorcwcrs. 
TF-441 Jackson, Yard sniol ' 
Good SlulH Soturdoy A 
Sunday, 9am-9om. 

TF- 528 2nd Avo East. 

FriASnl.&-? 

TF- SOSAIluros Sat. only. 8 
30 2. Microwave, desks, 
boys bikos, giro' t'kos, 
wood oator, crystal, cook 
woro, A country decor 
Homs, lots ol misc. 

TF- Annuol Neighborhood 
Garago Sale- Moodows 
Lano, Nowpon St, Aliair St. 
Bakod'toodfl by Clever 
Lulberon Church. Sot. Juno 


Snt Irom 8-2. 

TF: Solbnly! 217 Lincoln. 
' Washer A dryer, motiross- 
03. drossor. whickor choir, 
lamps, kids bikoe, corpol, 
kids toys, clothing, cross 
country skjs 

TF: Sol only 6-t8 Irom 9om- 
Spot. , Toblo-chaifs. 
lovosools.bdrm sol, porta- 
ble DW, cotloa A in toblos. 
'< lamps, wickor turn, dothirra. 

'••-.Amise, 653 Chase Of. 


ors, end loblo, night stand, 
doors, mini-blind, vacuum, 
•ALOfSOFMISC! 

Don'l mUa U1 


TF • Sal onlyl 8-3pm. 5 lamJy 
yordsalo, bikos, toys, kid’s 
A adult clolhos. housohold 


Harollon • Very good quality 
boby-odutt clothos. twin 
bod. double sirollor, A lots 
o( misc. 156 Howord St 
Saturday only 8am- 1 pm. 


.Jerome: Yard solo, 17 A ie, 
from 9 to 5. baby A misc. 
homelgpo hi Buchanan. 


iipmg!9(X)N Buchanan. 
Joromo: 2 Fomily salo! 
Clolhos. shoos, turn, small 
npplis, linons, sporting 


bodroom sol. utility Irailor, 

Ig sizo womens' clolhos. 

- t^y i10RiB,,onlortainmon1 
conlor, wheels A tiros. Fri A 
Snl&-7313SlhAvo E. 

TF - Block Sniol At lonst 10 
familioc wocih of slulll 300 

:.A.40Q blocks-cl.Brackon St — 

N. Satutdayonly, Sam. V 
""TF-Books, Xlg riion's shirts,'" 
somo lack. Iish lures, misc. 
695 Lynwood Blvd. SnI 7-7 
TF - Carport solo - 198 
Washington N. (cornerol 
Shoim and Washington).' 
Snt. Only 6 -4 pm. A Inilo bit 


itoms. bokod food itoms. 
somo furniluro, lots ol stud! 
1866 Eiizabolh Blvd 
TF- Sot. Only 8-3. wood 
bumirtg stove, V* hp irriga- 
tion pump, ksls of mrsc. 260 
Hnyburn WtffS. 

TF - Sat only 8am. End la- 
bios, lamps, glider swing, 
lupporwaro, kids' A adults' 
clothos, lots ol misc. 2778 

SnnobfUrJi Dr, 

TF- sm. onfy 8 10 3:30. 1150 


I — ^clolhos (Osh Kdsfi)rPing- 
__ pof>g lobH). m'lcrowaw. 


' of.knlckknackc ~7~:~ 

TF • SnI. Onfy 9 lo 5 pm. no 
early salofl.. 270 Avonida 
Ool Rio. Bikes, bod frame 
and lotB mice. 


TF-Don’l MIsa! Sal only. 
7-2. 1030 Sparks. Baby 
Itoms. clothing, furniture, 
lots of misc. Everything 
the bathroom »lnkl 


TF: Sat only from 9-5. Lois ol 
Bluff, somo turn. 452 Sun- 
riso Blvd N. bohind Church 
ol Christ- 


omethiftg for ovorwoll 
Soluroay Sam-upm 
750 Chorokho Lnno 


Crfe. fotrig, tV, lots ol mbe. 


TF- Estnlo Sniol Young.Iai_ 
dios' clolhos- size 7-1 4. 
Books! BooksI Toonago 
books. Fruit jars. Womon's 
sizo 40-42. Colloctiblos. 

' Tri-Chom 'rtoms. crnfls. Cro- 
chot Moms. Moro Moms too - 
' numerous lo mention, Sat. 

- Juno 18 only. 8 to ? 607 
Fnllr. Avt} E. 


drossors. gae rongo, A lols 
olmisc- 246 Tyler a, 
TF-Solufdny9-5pm, 1230 
Holly Or. Top nomo wom- 
en's clothos, plufl lots ol 
ahorswti. NooarVblrdst' 

~T F-Wa Radaooraladit __ 

"Eloarical A plurribing sup-', 
plies, pIctunM A wall hang- 
ings kghl fixtures A tamper 
bacyebthos; toys, etc. 

51B Rlof Avo, Fn only, 

TF - Yord oalo, 1236 Lawn- 
dab Dr. Fri A Sol. 8-4 pm. 

. Klda bikes, clolhou. toyc 


end books'. PU toof box. 
■ enfo. lets ol mice. 



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1938 HYUNDAI EXCEL sQAOn 
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1988 FORD TAURUS sooon 

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1989 FAGIE SUMMIT caaqa 

4Door.5$ocfd 

1987 FORD RANGER s4Qca 

4(,l.5Speed 4o3U 

1990 GEO PRIZM $>10 ta 

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1986 AUDI 4000 sjin-rn 

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1988 TOYOTA LONGBED s«oon 

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1984 FORD BRONCO II s/IOOn 
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1987 DODGE D-SO 4X4 scOTn 

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6 Cyi., Ail Conditioning, 2 Di 0 Y / U 

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1989 NISSAN 4X4 S7A0A 

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1986 FORD F-250XLT 4X4 s7aaa 

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A/T, A/C. Powci Windows, f4l089A 

1991 NISSAN 240SX $ 


5 Spend. A/C, Shorp' .^1 1,760 

1993 TOYOTA CAMRY lEsic aaa 

S lo {h«w f lom, Bool Orel SI 7.000 .. I 3, Y Y U 

1992 FORD F-150 4 


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1992 GMC JIMMY 4X4|, 

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1079 Ford Pinto, good run* 
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. Smo omon. Hypo^35lW, 5 
epood. 3:45 posi. Too much ; 

lo listl-Vory fontl J5500 ot_ 

boat otior. Coll days 726- 
7171 .OVOS 788 - 6410 . » 

74 Ford Mftveridr. AC. auto- 
matic, low tnia:(1000«r 
' host oltor or Itado for horso- 

imllor. 734-3412 

’62 Ford Esco.rt, brand now 
tIroB, runs woll. (750 or 
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spd, AM'-FM storoo. Groat 
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-80 Civic. Rolu^. (400. 

. Cnl 734-3077. 

'81 Honda Accord. Runt 


4 dr Honda Accord LX 
NIco oond. Now brakot, 
whool cyllndort, water 
pump, timing bolt, good 
rubber. PB, AC, AT, cat- 
soflo Bloroo. (3,500. 1034 
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% Hortda Ptohide SI, rod. 2 
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col cond, very tow mi. Call 


1078 Lincoln Mark V. tun* 
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1075 Mercury Marquis. 4 dr. 
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1079Grond Morquit. runs 
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CftP 733-5173 

_1080 Morcury CeprI, 4 spd, 
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1082 Morcury. 4 door, AT. 
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423-0075 

1084 Morcufy Lynx, good 
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1067 Morcury SofMo IS. 
FuDy loaded. (3.000. 


1070 OUJSUOeLE 

1071 Olds OB, (1000^ 
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1080 Oldimobllo Cutlass _ 

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'84 Cutlass Clora LS, supor 

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1065 Pontiac Starchiol. 
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Q: What’s this about a 
special bond between 
Elizabeth Peridos, the ac- 
tress who plays Wilma in 
“The Flintstoncs,” and 
Elizabeth Taylor, who's 
also in the new movie? — 
H.T. 

A; No question Ilial the 
two ac- 





more formal "Elizabeth." 
Taylor plays jerkins’ 
mother in the new film, 
and it's nice to know that 
Wilma Flintslpne gets 
along .so well with her 
mom. Working with Eliz- 
abeth Taylor wa.s the 
highlight of her year. 
Perkins say.s. 

Q: Hasn't Cher put her 
movie career on hold to 
have yet more cosmetic 
surgery? — M.R. 

A: Clier lia.s been more 
intctil on appearing in 
nightclubs lalcly' than on 
the big .screen. Hcr.la.st 
starring movie was 199t)'s 
offbeat "Mermaids,” in 
which she played n wacky 
mom. She put in a cameo 


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in Robert Allman’s Holly- 
wood .satire, “Tlie Player." 
two years ago. But that's 
been about it. Cosmetic 
surgery has had nothing to 
do with Cher's movie hia- 
tus'. In fact, her law firm 
Lssued to inquisitive jour- 
nalists a .statement from a, 
British plastic surgeon,' 
who asserletl that he sees 
"ahsolutely no evidence 
()f any .surgery on (Cher’s) 
eyelids, cheekbones', chin, 
rihs. abdomen, bullocks, 
thigh and lower legs," 
Cher does plan to resume 
her screen career soon in 
"Fiiillifiil." opposite Ryan 
O’Neal' — who. also 
hasn't made a movie in a 
while, 


Q: Every time we read 
another word about the 
Barbra Streisand concert 
tour, the fact that she in- 
sists on carpets is men- 
tioned. No one exploit if 
this is the- whim of a 
mega-star or what — J.H. 

A: Streisand, who is a 
stickler for details, feels 
that carpels enhance the 
acoustics in the concert 
halls. In her hotel room.s", 
bathroom rugs arc in- I 


stalled Q: Could you fill us in 
not be- on Gary Coleman, the for- 
causc mcr star of TV's 
s h e “DifTrcnt Strokes”? He 
sings in seems to have dropped out 
I h c of sight — L.Y. ■ 
show-' A: Coleman, who has ' 
er, but had more than hi.s share of 
b e - financial and medical set- 
causi: backs, just launched a 
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is long-standing. She was 
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Pcrkin.s also insists on the I 



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CBS predicts further 
success with fall lineup 


summer 


The summer season is 
praelieally lierc. Ami riglu 
along with harheeues. 
bikinis and beacii blanket 
bingo conics liie annual 
tidal wave of summer cn- 
leiiainment. 

OITcring a preview of 
some of this summer’s 
most anticipated feaiure 
tllms. music concens and 
all-around big events is 
•Universal 'Studios' “Sum- 
mer Ulast." airing Friday. 
June 24. on NI3C, 

Uicoastal uo’-hosts Lisa 
Hartman Ulack and Jay 
Thonia.s will lead viewers 
ilirougli a fust-paced 
smorgasbord of what the 
summer iiiis to offer, 
broadeasting from Uni- 
versal Studios Hollywood 
and Universal Studios 
I’lorida. respectively. 

Comic Paula J*i.uiiuhimir, 

will net us a roving re- 
porter. 

ilarlman Ulack de- 
scribes the ‘Upcoming 
event from Nasliville, 
Teim., where her husband, 
country music superstar 
Clint Ulack, is tlnisiting 
- work on his new album. 

"It’s basically to give 
everybody a look at 
'■’••lia l'*- <~o' oing up in th e 
summer as far as concerts 
and movies, and just high- 
lights of tlie summer’s cn- 
lerlainmeni," Nariman 
Black states. '•From what 
I gather, it’s just gonna be 
like one big summer par- 
_ly_WhaLls.gomg_on-a lld_ 
what’s out there to go and 
do with the family. • - 

"And from what 1 un- 
derstand. it's Universal' 
Studios Hollywood’s 30tii 
anniversary, so you’re 
. gonna see some of the at- 
tniciions there," 

Throughout that 30 
years. Universal Studios 
Hollywood lias been host 
to more than 80 million 
guests on the famed Uni- 
versal lot, where some of 
history's greatest motion , 
pictures and television 
shows were produced and ’ 
continue to be filmed. 


The Washington Post 

CBS. which fini.shed first- in prime- 
time for the third season in a row bst 
month, announced a fall 1994-95 
primetime .schedule Tuesday tliat in- 
cludes S'/: hours ofnew programming 
— three half-hour comedies and four 
one-hour dramas. Among the shows 
not returning ne.xl September will be 
fafniltar fare like “Evening Shade,” 
"In the Heal of the Night" (due to ru-. 
turn a la Coluinbo .*is the occasional 
movie). “Traps" and "Tom,” Tom 
Arnold’s most recent comedy at- 
tempt. 

Industry stigcs arc alre;tdy predict- 
ing a victory next se.ason for ABC. 
whose schedule will include the' 
World Series, the Super Bowl and the 
Academy Awards. 

ABC is also looking forward to the 
, returtrof “Grace Under Fire.” the 
’ highc-st-ralcd new comedy bst sea- 
son; ”NYPD Blue," the top-rated new' 
drama; the mid-season bit "Thc.se 
-Friends-«rMine" (coming hack as 
"Ellen”); and the No. 1 scries among 
•all networks in 1993-94. "Home Im- 
provement". 

Tu tfsdftyrGPS-Gni«?rtainment-pfcsi~ 
• dent Pcler Tonorici wouldn't hazarJ 


a guess about next .season but liis pre- 
decessor. Jeff Sagahsky. a major ar- . 
chilecl of the new schedule, flatly 
predicted a fourth straight primetime 
crown for CBS. 

Tortorici announced llial a fourth, 
still-untitled ncw.smaguzinc will gel a 
.summertime tryout. As it stands, the 
three nelworlcs will cacli.havc three 
magazine shows on ne.xl season. 

Me also, said ■‘Cliristy" and 
"Burke ’.s Law” remain in production 
for mid-season retums, joining two 
newcomers, a sitcom about Munhai- 
lan bicycle messengers. "Double- 
Kush,” an<l a courtroom drama, "llie 
Wright Verdicts.” starring Torn Conti 
as a hotshot prosecutor. 

Tlie network i.s particularly high on 
two new shows. Monday night's 
"The Boys Arc Back” — which pro- 
duced the highest lest audience num- 
bers for any CBS sitcom ever — and 
a Thursday night medical drnmu. 
“Chicago Hope,” which is st.'ickcd 
against NBC’s new hospital dr.ima. 
”ER”. 

Only the NPL football-lcss Sunday 
and tlie Tuesday night lineups are un- 
touched in September. Thursday. 
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JlIROMI: - The Rnvcn 
Hill Bond will play countt 7 
and '50.S iind ’60s rock 'n' 
roll from 8 p.m. (o midi 
ni(;iil al Dano’s. 

TWIN -i-ALLS - The 
Bermuda Cowboys will 
play from p.m. to 1 a.m. 
al llic Wcslon IMaza. . 

TWIN’ l-AI.LS - The 
Disabled American. Vetcr- 
-nns-A-axiHary-wt i 
publie dance ai 8:3(1 p.m. 
ai Ihc DAV Hall on Harri- 
son Strccl and Slionp ,A\- 
cniie. Arcliie Turner will 


■l'V\’IN TAl-LS •• Dusly 
and the Nomads will play* 
from S p.m. to midniplii a( 
.Spanliaiier's Harn. l-'or 
mure information, call 32-1- 
7.36f».. Cover diarne is SS. 

TWIN I•A1.I..S - The 
Bermuda Cowboys will 
play from 4 p.m. to '1 a.m. 
al llie Weston IMa/a. 


JliUOMU - The Raven 
Hill Bond.will play uoimtr)' 
and '5n.s and 'bOs rock 'n' 
roll from K p.m. ii> mid- 
niitlit at Danu’s. Jam Ses- 
sioiiK will also he Iield. 

STANLI-Y - A Braun 
Brotbem reunion concert is 
planned for’ I to K p.m. al 
the Stanley City Park. 

I-cat tired unlerlainmeni 
indudes the urii^inal Braun 
Brothers. Mu//ie lili The 
Boys. Kip AKaway. (iiiy 
Clark and Lite Su/y 
Markley Band. Bcbr, soda, 
hot doits and hambur\^ 
will be served. Brioit blan- 
kets and lawn chairs. No 
doys or coolers will be al- 
lowed. Cost is SIO for 
adults and S4 for cliildren 
atsr 12 and under. Proceeds 
t;o to ilic Stanley City Park. 


TWIN i’Al.l.S - The 
Bermuda Cowboys will 
play from ‘I p.m. to I a.m. 






PSoSo GourtmY UaQlo &'!>>• 0o|i9 

The Braun Brothers reunion concert is sched- 
uled for 1 to 8 p.m. at the Stariley City Park, 
the Weston Plaza. ^^^H«T7TcT«TT7Tc^^^H 


BOISI-: - The Boise Rtv- 
TWIN i-’ALL.S - Dob ^ Festival will be held 
Nora and Chcri Chandler Thursday ilirmitth June 26. 
will play from 5 to 7:30 For events aml-'or informa- 
p.m, at the Metropolis Bak- lion, call .38.1-7.1 IK. 
cry Cafe. • BOISH - The Idaho 


^nkespeare Festival pre- 
hcnts'iis season opener. 
"Daneinp. at I.up.hiiasa." 
Other offcriiu'.s ineliide 
■"Much Ado About Noth- 
int'.” "Julius Caesar" and 
. "As You Like It." The fes- 
tival will he held throu(th 
.Sept. 17 al PaffcCenler Ani- 
phliheatre. Tickets are S15 
for adults and SI2 for stii^ 
dents and seniors and afE! 
available al all Scleel-a-, 
.Scat Outlets. 

BOIS1-! - An esIiihitioM 
by Auguste Rodin will be 
on display Saturday 
through Aug. 21 al the 
Boise An Museum. 670 S. 
Julia Davis Drive. 

"Rodin: .Sculpture from 
The Iris ami B. Gerald 
CaiiCof Collection" iiri 
eludes 50 bronze sculp- 
tuies and a mimiK-r of vin- 
tage photographs, drawings 
and illustrations by the 
Frcneb master sculptor. 
WT.fks such as "The 
Thinker." " The Burghers 
of Calais" and "B.alzac'' .arc 
featured in the e.shihil. The 
Cantor Collection is the 
most eomprehensive pri- 
vate Rodin collection in the 
wofKI. 

The event is sponsoresl 
locally by U S. Bank of 
Idaho. For more informa- 
tion. call .1.I5-K.1.10. 

BOISH - The. exhibit 
"Scott Fife: Trompe L'Ocil 
Sculptures" will be on dis- 
play Thursday ihroiigli 
•Aug. H al the Bo'nc Art 
Museum. 670 .S. Julia 
Davis Drive. 

The • sculptures arc 


"copies" of everyday ob- 
jects with u satiric and hu- 
morous twist. Works by the 
Seattle artist offer parodies 
_of reality and painterly il- 
lusions. The exhibit is eo- 
organized by the Boise Art 
Museum aiidTlie Cheney 
Cowles Museum in 
Spokane. Wash. 

Boise Art Museum hours 
arc 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon- 
day through I’riday and 
noon to 5 p.m. .Saturday 
and .Sumlay through llie 
suntmer. I’or more inTor- 
maiion. call 3-IS-H330. 

JACKi’OT. Nev. - The 
folltiwing performers will 
perl'orm Tor a dinner show 
aiul/or cocktail sliow al the 
Gala Showroom in Cactus 
Petes Resort Casino on the 
dale specified. The dinner 
show begins at 8 p.m.. with 
• the cocktail show at 1 I 
'■p.m, Non-reftindable reser- 
vations arc required on i-Vi- 
day :iml Saturday for din- 
'ncr and cocktail sliows. A 
no-show cahcellation feu 
will be charged. Reserva- 
tions held-only one-half 
hour heyond reserved limei 
The (iaia Showroom is 
closed on Mondays. Some 
shows may he limited to 
eoekhiil service only. For 
■ reservations or Tor more in- 
formalion. call 1-800-821- 
1 103. 

Paul Revere & The 
Raiders will perform 
through Sunday and Tues- 
day ihmugh Thursday: The 
Letterman will perform 
June 2-1 and 25; and Freddy 



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Fender will perform June 
26. 28-July3. 

TWIN F’ALLS - Tlic 
Magic Valley Arts Center 
Alt Display-will rctiuiu in 
the mam lobby ofHic M;'ig- 
ic..V.allcy Regional Mcilic;il 
Center thfougli July 31. 

BOISH - Roger Dalirey 
, performing the Soiu'.> of 
The Who and backed by :i 
60-pieec orcliesira will per- 
form live in eoiiccri .ii X 
p.m. June 27 at the Duisc 
Slate University ihivjliim. 
Tickets .ai'cS2 1.5(1. wiili 
limited VIP scats avail:il)lc. 
Tickets are one sale nmv at 
all Sclect-a-Seai Ouilcis ur 
charge by phone hv c.illini; 
385-1766. 

nOI.SH - Singer, sung- 
w.riuy:..J3wi.6ht Yoakam 
with special guest Allison 
Krauss will pjs'sform at i 
p.m. July 1 8 at the HoiM: 
State University I’avilinn. 
Tickets are on sale miw am! 
are availahic at all Sclcci-:i- 
Scat mulcts or cli.irge liy 
phone at 385-1766. 

oille Country Fair is 
planned for 9 ii.nv lo 5 p.m, 
Jane 26 iil lliu l.iiiuoillc 
Grove. '20 mites from lilkn. 

Approximately ‘hi 
booths will fealnre :i large 
variety of liamicral'led 
items by local and niit-of- 
town artisans, Food, drink 
and ’entertainment will be 
“provided. For more iiifor- 
m:tlioii. call Jane .Sievciis at 
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Q: Wc hear that Josic 
Bissett, the sexy actress 
on TV’s “Melrose 
Place,” has a steamy 
movie in her past that 
she’s trying to hide. Is 
that true? — G.S. 

A: In word, no. Josic 



O’nricn'.s late-night talk 
show. The, perky, blond 
actress^ wlio plays Jane 
on "Melrose Place,” re- 
vealed iliut she was once 
tattooed in an anatomi- 
cally private, place, Josic 
then proceeded to show 
her TV ho.st just where. 
Bisseit's .shocked hu.s- 
band. Rob Estes, -viewed 
the procecding.s rrd'nl 'an 
offstage waiting room. 
Josie's segment on the 
show never was aired, 
and now.mnks as one of 
the more sought-after 
bootic'g videotapes in 
Hollywood. 

Q: We’ve been hearing 
about a new movie called 
“Waterworld” that is ru- 
mored to be budgeted at 
more than $120 million. 
Any idea who’s in it and 
what it’s about? — C.W. 

A: It stars Kevin Cost- 



Costnor c r s 

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that no one knew that 
Costner is prone to sea- 
sickness. But I say elialk 
that up to chatter — 
Costner is too smart to 
do anything he shouldn't 
do.- 


CHINESE FOOD 

Wok «Sl Grill Specialtie.s: nreakfast 
and liineh iniff’ets, live Inh.Mers, cluirlifoileJ 
ite.ile,. Open: Everyiliiy^y a.ni.-l 2 p.in. 
We accepr Visa. Americ:in Expre.s*:. 
Mastercard, DiseoVer anTTDiner’.s Cliils. 

1 1H8 Blue Likes Blvd. N.. 734-6898. 

COFFEE SHOP 

Java Blue Cot'k-L- Shop, Specialties: 
Gippiiccinu, expre.sso, l;itie, mi>clia anti 
itali:in .to.la. Open: Mon.-Tluirs, 

7 a.jii-- iOp.in. ami Fri.-Sat. 7 :i.m.*12 
p.iii. ;in'd Sun. 9 a.m.-6 p.in. 

653 Blue Lakes BIvti. N. 734-7973. 

”‘dBM POOD*" 


Rim Top Deli Specialties:' sandwich- 
es named ilftcr Iilalio landmarks.- $2.59- 
$4-99. Open: Mon.-Sat. 8:30 n.'ni.-9 p.m. 
and Sun. 1 liOO a.m.-5;00 p.in. For group 
orders please c:ill ahead. Located in tlic 
Magic Valley Mall. 734-6076. 

Local Hero's Idaho Sub Shop. 
.Spvctnlties: Huge Sub-Sandwiches. 2 
locatioms- Kimlicrly Rd. Open Mon.-Fri, 
10:30 a.m.-7,p.m. and Tlte Lynwood Mall ^ 
Open Mon. • Sat. 10:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
736-7483. For delivery cull 733-1179. 

Subway Fast Ftxxi. Specialties: subma- 
rine .‘K'lndwiches and. ubds. 21ocntioa<i: 806 
Blue Lakes DIvJ. N. 736-0147, Open Mon.- 
S.it. 10 a.m.- 2 p.m. and Sun. 10 a.m.-l Ip.m. 
132 Main Avc. S. 733-3722. 

Open Mon. - Sat. 10 :i.m.-7 p.m. 

FAMILY FOOD 


Country Cafe Speciali:e.s: in home 
style country aviking, Certified Angus 
Beef. Bre.akfast and dinner specials every- 
day. Open Sun.-Tl)urs. 5:30 ;i.m.-9:30 p.m. 
-anti Fri.-S;it. 5:30 ;i.m. - 10 p.m, 1 11 1 West 
Bliic- LikciN.TSe-Se 12. 

Sodbuster Family dining. Specialties; 
Pies, breakfast, lunch, dinner. 99t;-Sl0.50 
Open Mon. • Sun. 6 a.m. - 1 1 p.m. We 
accept Visa, Masfercani and Di.scover. 
"Family l')i:iing in Western Ainuv-.plierv" . 
335 Blue Lakes BIvtI. 734-9403. 


Shari's Family Dining Spcci.diie.s; 
Fre.--h baked pies. 0]>en 24 lunirs. Vis.i, 
Mastercard and American Exprevs 
;icceptetl. Bretikfist, lunch and dinner 
sers'ctl in a smoke free tirmosphere. 
J601,I31ue.Lakei BIvJ„734-ZI 10. 


Rib Ranch BBQ nininjj/l.mmge, 
Specialtie.s: iiaby hack pork rilis. Open 
Mon. -.Sat. I lii.m.-8 p.tu. (cocktails till 1 
a.m.) No nuijor credit earth accepted. 
Dining ;irea located in rear of hutlding. 
421 Wii>!iington St. N. 736-9916. 


FAST FOOD 


Frosty Mug Specialties: old fi.diitin 
homemade nxnbeer. 99v hre;lkfl^t ;itul 
liitiiKT everyday. S3. 00*5. 00 price nmge. 
Open Mon.-Sai. 7;un.-- 9 p.m. and Sun. 
Ha,.m. -8 p.m. 151 Blm:- Likes Blvd. "We 
make a great roothccf float!” 734-2958.- 

Our House Fast F(kxJ. Specialtie.s; liam- 
hurgers, finger steaks iSi ehickeii strip.s, 

Ol>en M u n -Fri — 

. ijjn.-S p.m. bio credit cartls accept- 
- ed. "Little Inirgersjiirge burgers -We serve ■ 
• them all!" 761 Main Avc. E:jst 733-S186 

TCBY Yogurt Specialties: Cukes, pic.s, 
suntkies imd shukes, Featuring non-fat, 
non-duiry yogurt, (sm, $1.35 - reg. $1,75 
- Lg. $2.10 cups) Open Sun. -Tliurs. . 

1 1:un.'10p.m. tmd Fri.-Sut, 1 lu.m. - 
llp.m. 657 Blue ljike.s Blvd. 733-3375. 

The Broiler Works Fast Foot!.. , 
Specialtic.s: variety of burgers, stindwicheti, 
tnilk.sh:ike.s, and breakfiLst. Open Mon.-iiat. 

9 a.m.-9'p.m. and Sun. 1 1 a.m. - 6 p.m. | 
Located in the Magic Valley Mall fexxi 
-court- 2nd location: Gooding 733-7944. 

FINE DINm 

Rock Creek Specialties: Prime Rib 
and Seafood. Open Mon.-Sat. 5:30p.m.-- 
llp.m. ^Suti, 5p.m.-10p.m. Baropeasat 
4:30. Visa, M;».sterc;ird and Americ;in 
Express :iccepted. A full serx-icc restaunint 
& lounge. 2CW Addison ave. W. 734-4 154. 

Wood River Inn Specialties: 

Certified Angus Beef. $3.25(BLT)- • 
$16.95 (pnrrerhou.se). Open Mon.- ~ 
Tluirs. 11 a.m.-lO p.m. and Fri.-Sat. II 
a.in,:il p.m. M;istercard, Visa ;md 
Discover accepted. Main St. in-OosKling 
934-4059. 

MEXICAN 


Francisco V.Sniji!uvester:i specialties; 
Cticos (iaco.^ad)Vhomem.iJe i.iuiale.s, kef, 
cliicken a:id diee.se eacliilad.isi 0]>en Mun.- 
Thiirs. 1 1 a. Ill, -9 p.m, and Fri. -Sal. 1 1 ;i.m.'* 

10 p.m. Wines, domestic ami mexican beers. 
360 Main .Avc. N.- 733-9231,- 


Mama Inc: Smitliwestem s[\-cialtie.s: 
Carniias. diili Colorado, cliickea jaiapi-nu. 
cre;im cheese iiiid cr;ih enchiladas. Open 
Mon.-Tluirs. 1 1 a.m, -9 p.m. ;ind I-ri.-S:it. 

1 10 p .m. — M:i sieuai rTip Vi s . -T 7 D t ! : cnvc' i — 

accepted. IfdMam Ave.N. 734-0733. 

Fiesta Ole' Mexican. Speci.illies; taco's. 
"■|a)ii:is and Inirrcios. 49c • $4.99. Open Mon. 
-TImK 10:50 a.m.- 10:30 p.m. and FfT,:- Sat. 
10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. ami Sun. 1 1 a.m, - 10 
p.m. 'No major credit card.s accepted. 

Loc;ited in CX-ntennial seiiiare 734-7506 

Cafe' Ole' Restaurant .Mexican, 
-Spe'Cialties; Fajitas, combinations, Mexican six-cial 
ty drinks. $2.9i - $9.95, Ojx-n Mo„. - Tiuits, ! I 
a.m. • iO p.m, and Fri. • S;it. 1 1 a.m. - 1 1 p.m. .md 
Sim. 4 p.m, -9 p.m. All in;ijor credit cards, 
ncci-rred. 1288 Blue Likes Blvd. N, 734-0685 


Mnxie’s Pizza & Pnsta'ltalian special 
lies > Homemade lasagna and p.tstn. In hutiM; 
dining, take-iHitf and Jelivury. Open mun. * 
Sat. 1 1 a.m.-lO p.m, ami Sun. .5 p.m. * 10 p, tit 
MiLstercml, Visa, and DisaiveraccepicJ. 

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• Thi; citi7ciis'nf Pon-Chnries gailicr- 
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reatli Program. A» MiV-posiiive 
clicni ill' (lie pfOiiram explains how i( 
has saved iiis life. A wiilely varied lal- 
eiu show fcaiurinp. iminy of the 
town's residenis delijilits and ania/cs 
all (hose in aliendanee. Mae performs 



slaiul-up'eo'iTTiJdy wililc Robin ahJ 
S(one recite Shakespeare, i'elieia per- 
forms a tap-danee duet with lier re- 
covering young (laughter, Maxic. 
Miguel’S musical ' performance- 
prompts Sonny and Uremia into a pro- 
fessional cm/ide. The Ouaiterinaines 
learn that Drenda knows about 
Katherine's bhiekinail scheme. Ned 
tweaks Damian with news of his inar- 
•riage plans. Mary Mae is liospitali/ed 
following her collapse at Hradley's 
memorial service. 


ALL MY CHILDREN 


Janet tries to appease Harold, ihc 
dog. with gifts. She drugs Ihirold tlien 
packs him into a moving van headed 
for Califuniia. Liurcl (elks Trevur that 
site thinks "Jane" is responsible for 
[ larold's disappearince. J.laylcy over- 
hears Hronke tell Charlie that she 
tliinks Adam kidnapped himself. Hay- 
k-y iieeepis Alec'.s offer to work for 
linchatmiiem. Charlie and lirooke set 
nut to prove their theory is correct. 
J.iek and Trevor try to work on Ja- 
mal’s ciise. Laurel warns Trevor to 
eonvineu Joe to let them see Adam's 
.niedieal.lile. Ciloria convinces an un- 
easy Adiim to undergo hypnosis. Ter- 
rence sees Tiiylor with livtin Diirke. 
Julia eneouriiges 'I'enenee to confess 
his love to Tayiiir. Jamal agrees to it 
take a trip With Alee, helicvirig that 
Alee will agree to drop his suit 
against Tom and Livia. Del learns he 
is heing investigated. 


suggesting she tioi- marry James. 
Brooke renumis Kidge that they never 
got married because he ittanied some- 
one else. Ivana accuses Jessica of 
telling Uric about her and Dylan. 
.Sheila thinks she owes liric for all lie 
hxs done for her. She olfeis him his 
freedom to divorce her. Jenny calls 
Itiilge to tell him that Bridget is in the 
hospital, the victim of a gunshot 
wound. James tells Stephanie that 
Sheila w.is out of the building at the 
lime Dr. UaKiii died. Jenny explains 
that they were playing at tlic park 
when these dangerous-looking kids 
arrived. Jessica tells Thorne idiont 
Dylan giving her the rose that another 
woman gave him hceanse he did not 
want Ridge to rind out he was in- 
Victoria Rowoll voK-cd xvith one of the iiukIcIs. Jessi- 

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a child might he rejected. During a i.Vr uncle ihai.slic saw Dylan and 
thertipy session. I odd opens up to Ins . logeihcr. Ridge asks Brooke to 
counselor. Ray. about his feelings to- accompany him to the ckipcl to pray 
wards women, Uclli's lic.ilih worsens. f„, Bridget. Ivana Jianks Jessica for 
Rebecca informs a dejected I odd of irashing her when she spoke to 

her,m:ifri.ige plans. Viki shares tin; |va„a hopes Jessica will'iakc 

content.s o( Irene's diary with Bo and up her offer of friendship. 

Nora. Max lakes Al to Sxveciwaicr 

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will) him and Blair. 


DAYS OF OUR LIVES 


Convinced that Trisha might still be 
alive. Trucker decides to exhume her 
body for ideiilificaiion purposes, 
Tnickcr learns Jelf was released ('roin 
the menial ho.spital the day [Tisha 
died. Buck gels Ctinis to confess that 
he' is rcspimsIbUrffir planting clues 
[|ia( Trisha is alive. Trucker boards a 
lligbt 10 Rome. Angie asks I'raiikie's 
permission to have Charles move in 
with them, (.'ooper causes a diycPiiig 
disinielioii in (he h.ink 


jail. i)eborah has Sletti arresied for 
forgeiy. Clay post.s hail for Steffi and 
Cooper. Dinah Lee tells Curtis lliai 
she \yants him out of her life and anx- 
iously awaits word from Tnicker. Jeff 
considers revealing to Trucker that 
Trisha is alive. 

■Emaaiiiiisaii 

After paying Todil a visit in jail. 
Powell stuns Rebecca witli'i, marriage 
proposnl, Dnvid gives Viki proof that 
he is Irene’s son and presents licr with 
! Irene' s diary — min us tlircc page s — 
■ which stales that .she ktllctl Victor 
Lord. Blair lics'u) Max when she tells 
him' that Cord and Luna have fallen in 
love with one anoilicr. Max accuses 
Cord of trying to take his wife, his 
child and his business. Andrew and 
Ca.ssic leant their opplieaiion to adopt 


I V icki is happy that her mother got 
* ~nd'ofhcf lH)o/. Nikki says hersobfi- 
"Hope" recognizes Ho from the ^.,y ^vas Vicki's doing. Mari Jo ibeo- 
pictufc she found at M.-itson Blanch. ^vcni to Legal Aid to 

"1 lope" remembers that her name is „„t the hcaulifni blonde lawyer. 

Ciina. Bo has •'Hope’s" doctor and jack (gtickly corrects her — Chris is 
detilist exaiiiifie Gina. Ih> decides to „|,i |,c fc„„wn since she 

have Gina lingerpmiied. Alice tells ^^-,5 a ,j.p„ niodcl for Jabot. Victoria 
Mickey and Maggie that lorn s be.-irt f„„|s Nicholas on her doorstep — he 
gate mil — he died peacefully m Ins |,;,s ojf the summer from his 
sleep. Alice comfons the inollicr of a Swiss bceirding school. I.nan dismiss- 
man wlio just died of AIDS in the Paul's suggestion that Kcemohas a 
lio.spilal. Sami dccideS/io he lesied’for ijf,. ;u,j Himily in Vietnam Tnici aii- 
ihe AIDS virus. Alan rcluscs to.be niiunccs she is heading hack to New 
tested. Mike reluciamly promises Co ^ai confides in Paul and iriwis 

keep Laura’s mental problems u se- Luan will never truly he happy 

crel. Roman grills f'elesie m the Nov j,.,s Keemo in the [Jniicd 

J)deiinijuil..t;ccUuUluLSld'j|iuasaiui — .Staie'r-Sndrtcnlyr.'i'loTwkFtl gunman’ 
dead and delemiined to get infonna- enters the Saigon Shack and orders 
lion abmil his whercabiMiis. John and everyone onto the noor. Dem.imling 
Marleti.T .agree that it is l>esr not to tell t|,ai Luan empty the cash register, he 
Roman the w’hi^le inifJi ahotii Marlaia imBs ntcinl slurs al her and aecuscs 
seducing Sielano, Jolm fiiudly comers people of “ripping ns olT' aher 
Kristen m the hospital chapel when he -we fonghi your war." The gunman 
overheiirs lief pniying aluHii her con- shoots Luan point blank in the chest, 
dieted feelings. Kristen agrees when pa„i^ Cl,ris and Mai arrive at the hos- 
John says iliai she must tell fony pj,al and Ictim Luan is still alivc and 
iihout i|icir fchiiionsliip, I’eler breaks that the doctors arc w-iih her. Niehokts 
into the loft to steal the notebook Nikki that he is going lo spend 

computer. Bill calls (he phamiacy to .•iuinmcrai home since he dws not 
liave a proscription filled for Alice, need special tutoring and none of the 
The pha^rnuici;^iiiiM.ikcnIy_mcniipns_j.ijs-hc-likcs-aijr-golirg“t.TbTtire^ 
Ihc name oTIjura s medication. Kate anyway. Nikki Ihrcatuns to call the 
receives ilic dcvaslatmg news lliat Vi- school. Mai asks about her mother 
vian will have to carry her child fo or. Collins says Luan is in critical 
condition and they must get her to 

iElSHsdlXISSilSI^B now injpcr.ativc that Chria find 
Brooke cannot believe Ridge is Kcci wn andfaiDg him lo fiis mothen — 



Plays Paulina 


Tom Epiin 
Plays Jako 


Kidnapping begins 
adventure on ‘AW’ 


Beginning Monday 
(June 20 ). "Anolher.. 
World" will unfold :in 
adventure involving pop- 
ular eliaracicrs Jake 
(Tom Rplin) and Paulina 
(Jndi Evans). The couple 
is kidnapped after they 
try to Hiid out what hap- 
pened to Iris, who lias 
run away. All litis hap- 
pens at C.irl and Kaclicl's 
wedding. 

Soap studs 

John N, Goudas 

Jtike and Rnulina'are 
drugged, taken to the 
wjlderness and left to 
perish. When tliey regain 
eonsciousness, they are 
still attired in fancy Hn- 
ery hut they are com- 
pletely pcrple.xed as to 
what'luis happened. The 
one thing they do know,, 
is they litive to survive 
while searching for a way 
b;tck to civilization. 

Tlie prod licc n; nf “.A n. 


other World" knew iliese 
.scqneiiees Itikin'g place in 
the great outdoors liad to 
be done on location — 
even thmigli it meant 
added e.xpen.se, ivol to 
mention the physical 
strain on stars Hviins and 
liplin. The loeatioir set- 
tled upon was off Lake 
Mohonk in the Catskill 
Mountains in upstate 
[_Ncw-York-rU-wajridcal- 
beenusd it had cliffs, a 
large lake, forest-like ar- 
cus and plenty of rough 
terrain. 

We witnessed the re- 
cent locati on shoot and. 

[ — unlikc'Shme where very 
liltic-happcns, the action 


called for life-and-deaili 
situations which had Jake 
and Paulina running for 
their lives from whomet • 
cr was tracking iheiii. 
They were shot at, dan- 
gled from a bridge and. 
finnlly, in n spectnciilar 
stunt executed by stunt 
doubles, leapi from a 5 ('* 
fool-plus cliff into the 
lake. 

^ "Even though wc hati 
stunt doubles for the dan- 
gerous jump into the 
lake, I would hiive done 
it if they allowed me." 
Epiin said, and he «as 
serious. “In facL on the 
first day of shooting, ihey 
liad Judi and me go down 
a rockslide and wc both 
scraped ourselves preiiy 
good on that. 'I'hen we 
spent a good deal ol lime 
in the water, and even 
with the wet suits on wc 
both were freezing. I got 
laryngitis (traces ol it Mill 
remained as the actor 

-Kpoke^imd-Judi-goi-hv'M 

legs scratched up. 

Sec wliat we actors do 
for our art'.’" liplin joked. 

Evans had to dangle 
from a bridge in 0 har- 
ness which left her 
chafed and pretty M’rc. 
“We’re working very 
hard but we're also 
thrilled to be doing tins 
location shoot because 
the authenticit y of tli e lo- 
■caTe'rTTnk'cirTt easier to 
play the chase scenes, in 
a studio set up to loos 
like outdoors,' you don t 
get the adrenalin flow 
you get from a real siir- 
r^timlirp ibis_nli!tA 
the fans- arc going to en- 
joy the scenes wc shot. 



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GAMES *** (1992. 
Susponso) Hamson Ford. 
Anno A/chOf. An IRA lor* 
rorisl vows ruvonao 
.itininsl 1(10 ex-CIA ogont 
who killed his brolhor and 
iinvnflod Uioir attack on 
royally. A (V) 555618 
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* *:, (1992. Drama) 
MicluiolRapaporl. 

N Busho Wright. A Jewish 
loun-ngor and a block 
clnssmalQ fall In lovo In 
rad.illy torn Detroit. A (V) . 
4875279 

ED PACIFICA: TALES 
FROM THE SOUTH SEAS 
The mins of World War II 
are part of the Pacific land- 
scape; traditions of Kiribati 
(iShcmiDn. (R) 680637 
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* * (1990. Suspense). • 
Patti D'ArbanvIllo. Jon 
Cypher. Five oxoculivos 
on a wildomosB expedition 
battle tho'clomonts and , 
the murderous Inclinations 
o1 escaped convicts. A 
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(D WORLD WAR II: A 
PERSONAL JOURNEY 
729811 

B MOVIE FLESH & 
BLOOD **'i (1985. Ad- 
venture) Rutger Hauer. - • 
Jennllcr Jason Leigh. Two 
IGlh-contury noblemen 
battle for a woman who 
figttis with the only weapon 
she has — her body. (V) 



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; » "Btography." —The series profiles actor 
Donald Sutherland, the versatile star of 
' 'MASH.' 'Ordinary People' and Six Degrees 

Do That?" — The series vis- 
its Las Vegas for segment on casino survan- 
lance sys^ms, IRS audits and a woman whose 
abducted son was taken to Croatia. CBS. 


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PRESENTS -Mon, in Cn- ^ 
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iragody of Chorloa Lind- 
bofoh — prorillng hla his- 
toric 1927 fllghl and iho 
kidnapping ofWs Inipnt 
son In 1932. (R) 370989 
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file of the work of AMdomy 
Award winner Ken Ral- 
ston. (R) 743786 
m MOVIE FORBIDDEN , 
■ **H (1954. Dram.n) Tony 

Curtis, Joanne Dr^r. A man 
hired to locale a mobster s 
ox-girtfrlond falls In love 
with her and plans the r es- 
cape from the syndicate. 
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HIGH COUNTRY ***'. 
(1962 Western) Randolph 
Wt. Joel McCroa. Two 


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ai SECRET LIFE OF 
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1:50 (□ MOVIE THE UN- 
NAMABLE II: THE 
STATEMENT OF RAN- 
DOLPH CARTER * 

(1992. Horror) Mark Kinsey 
— Stephenson,' John Rhys- • 
Davis. Researchers at- 
tempt to unlock the secret 
behind Iho origin el 0 cu- 
pomotunil boast responsi- 
ble fora grisly massacfo. ■ 
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PART2 **H(197e,Dra- 
ma) Marilyn Hassotl. Tlmo- 

K iolioms, The story of 
inmoni continues as 
the paralyzed former skier 
wrestles with self-doubt 
when a now bVo otiiors 
her life, (V) 774102 
Dl JEWELRY GIFT 
IDEAS 7466095 
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LY ROBINSON ***v. 
(I960, Adventure) John 
Mills. Dorothy McGuire. A 
shipwrecked family makes 
Iho most of misfortune by 
transforming their Island _ 
Into a personal paradise. ' 


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Grande; o sublorronoan 
free-fall Into o black hole of 
tho jungle; a car flics 
through a iroctor-lrailor; 
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• *** (1993. Comedy) 
Kevin Kline, Sigourney 
Weaver, A prosidcnlial 
look-alike changes political 
policies for the bolter when 
no impersonates America's 


ailing loader. A (V) 
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