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79th year, No. 326
W ednesc
e s d a y , N o v e m b a rS I, 1984;
■alls, Idaho
Twin Fall
J.S. Ieco raom ^y--.i
em ailins sslugcgish
if ^
NESEABERRY
TTieH'ashlngtoaPost
'^
numbers were lower than the
I these nur
expectations of the economy." 'lowest:exi
3 r d Q . u a r•tt e r
le ^
economists have - said the;
SHINGTON - The natloi
Itlo n’s
O N P R e v iIts e d
my has already entered Uie firsteconomy]
mv slowed m ore rapidly In t
_cconom>
i
----- ------------------phase-of
-of
a-grcw th-recesaionrwhen--------—
quarter
than
previou
third I
output: increases
inc
too slowly to prevent
tment
R .« l ONP
m, Uie Commerce D ^ a rtm
i
thought,
theunem{
employment rate from rising,
ln o r* a t« d
said Tue:
tiesday.
The increasing
inc
sluggishness of the
B y » 7 .7
^
nomlsts saw lltUc chancee o01f a
Econoi
economy
my was blamed by economists
AUI*®."
i f . : - ; r e b o u n dn d .to . leyels.the Reagann_ad-:_.
j
hichU ieysald
~ ~ on highhlntereslrates,w
int
educe
Iraiion said would help rcdi
- . 'j |M
mlnlstra
contributed to a dampening of_ __ _
.h a v e cont
igoloomlng budget deficits.—
—Uio huge
m e r'^ fid ih g o n durable g
. consumer
Department, wh!
' The Commerce
C<
lalor appliances and fumllure_______
________ lllie. nTiUo
iy—estim ated—that—infialii
P
i ^
-------initiaiiylosonhousin^
asw ellos
B%
ied gross national productt reso
rc
^ trladjusted
ddltlon, the high interest rates.
In addIt
3.6 pcrccnt annual rate In the
t
_
-* t h
a t a -3.6
go,
I Investment
ll
from overseas,
••iM iiH <• I
third quarter
qu
and later lowered U
'
That ends to push up Uie value of the
percent, sold Tuesday Uie ac
to2.7pej
,
consequcnUy-makIng
imports---------__
_
__doIIat,
CO
iv s h u n t t h r o u g h w reck
—^r.:r7 — ^ 'R e s c tre 'c rc w
rease“w aS T iniratT ri3'pero
:ksa g e o f h o m e h i t b y g a s ''s t o r a g e t a n k h u r i e dd ' b y b l a s t --------- snficrej
■ K ent-'— B-»s—
.
cheaper
er 1relative to domestic gooddl.
rate. The
Th economy hasn't .been U
impenlng exports.
and damp
5 p^ r sh since GNP grew a t a 0.5
sluggish
The Intense
Int
price compeUUon be4%
ate in the fourth quarter of:i982.
19(
cent rate
tween domestic
do
firms and foreign
3 0 /^
le economists, including an inSome
e rs has kept prices low and
suppliers
formalll adviser
a
to Uie presidenl, sj
1profits down, ewnomlsts saiil_______
'
foreedpn
isno'evidence— particularly
enspan sald'iHailflhe trade ple­
Green^
at Uie
1%
Uiat
I
light oJff Tuesday’s report
ad not
ture had
I deteriorated from the se;
my can picjc up enough speed
<i«dto
o»/o
I I I
econom>
quarter to the third, the gross
■ ■ ■ cond quai
e
next
„._
the
4
percent
growUi
rate
ni
■■ ■
reach th'
...
national
1^ rproduci would have risen at
ration
I^
yeor Uia
h a t Uie Reagan adminlstrat]
rate.
" " • a 5.7percent
e ra
has forcc
recast.
.............
. Some
le eeconomists also blamed the.’
who vlslted- the mori
)NBAD1LL0ij,_
By CONCEPCION!
economists said Uiai
in a ddditiOn;
d
noney, antl-lnflaUonary policies
•epartment report tight mom
Commerce Def
\
n i ^ t was told Uie bod
Press
ME
odlcs ha d been
„ c a k c inlng
n li
The Associaled Pre
economy narrows^ ° \^ e
ederal Reserve Board for th e ;
growth In of the F
Fee
i*e adT u e ^ a y blamed theJ slower
s
\
removed. Pollcc wo'
vould nol say
noijcv choices
cl
available to Uie
(
Jwii:JT?ey_Mld_lhot_ ttie Fed’g : ;___
in.a,slow dow nJn_slpw lp,^
t£
A----- whero thoy had been,taken,-----------------minlstra
___________ MEXICO-CUY!Y--T^-Thousandsof----- ^C I X Y ; Z ^
Imtion and Congrcss^fordcali
ints 01^ the ^ w l h of the money
consum er spendingg and a large restraints
n\
_ In ndd|t!p;ijto_lhose
se seriously Inwith Uie
. pco}>Ie
who%I
homes . were
..........
tie large budget deficits becai
earlier In the year led to the
decrease In net; exports. But supplyr ea
, „ creases
c„
5 A jured, h u h d re ^ 'o f o th er v ic tim s
i
destroyed by n e ty
tj gas explosions
and spending cuts8 lend
lc
own of economic acUvlty in reowUi m ay.not be- slowdown
economists said grov
\
were treated for lessi
sscr bum s and
to slowVthe
tl economy even more,
searched for ml
missing relatives
y
'eeks.
■
ourth quarter.
cent week
\ abrasions.
Tuesday In hospital
itals and morgues.
/
/ever, Uie administration re. m uch belter in Uie fou
■ .
,
Howev
'■4 clod a
“ It’s evldeni fromn what's going on •
rest tho ex p om „ i„ cid
d iupbeat and said it expecto
- \
Some h o u ^ neare
Officials said me
m ore than '300 peo* /
er-Umt.growUi-ls-,
;’_r,„_ln-U
ie-fourth-quartet
a,
and
th
e
w
allsrebound
3
F
]
s
i
o
n
simply
van
ish
^
,
--------- -pie w ere-klU ed-a
I- and-fl t - least-500nd from a temporory “ 1
still
stalled,”
sold
A
Alon
Greenspan.
'H
'•.'i's';
and roofs of others
rs w ere blown
som etim
1
seriously injured.
•
^
Ime next year.
informal adviserr to
t Uie president.
The Commerce
c
away. Streets wereB littered wllh
DepartmentL also
a
!0 square
blocks in
Buildings in 20
s
some fairly -'-.u.' v 'M. •!
starts “There would have to.be
U
ackenedcars.
reported
ted Tuesday that housing sta
ix h u o ^ ep o c-« U > ;--^
^ dead anim als andblac
Tlalnepantla, a poi
poor neighborhood
-;^.b
very soon lo gel
in ansignificant pickup vj
r e than 100,000
f g n 9.3
1
Officials said more
8 tpcrcent In Octdbcr Id m
i
on the northern ed|
edge of Mexico Cl- H i |
the.
5 i5 ^ back-on trackV*to U pace-the ad>.
V
people w ereev acu lated
al
from Uic
nual ra
ralle df 1.5 million itnils,
id Monday
moming
ty, were flattened
I
jlpollng.
^
12 and
ministration is antici;
S
area.'
level since December 1982,
s
lowestt lc
plosions at a gas i ^ H
by a dozen explo
lamblguous,” said
“Tlie data are unai
Outside one makes
;eshilt m orgue.
corp o rate
rat after-tax profits dropi:
storage complex: ru
run by Unigas Co.
villa M»doro-;:;r
lai. "They tell u s a ; -:,7 VjU
'm te r economist Allen Sinai
^7
survivors lined up and
id were allowed
7.3 perc
ercent in Uie July-Scpteml
the ■ govemmeni
and Pcmex, th
I
and
maybe
erowUi
recession
r
to go In one a t a time
ie lo attempt to
quarter
er, following a 0.3 percent[ drop
di
petroleum mgnopol
poly. Fireballs shot
nay occur. "All of
something worM” mi
ie‘A8 s 6 clateid-Pras6 ' ' ! < ' ' ,
•v.
identify Uie dead.I. Mrs. Rosa
inthcEci
sccond quarter.
from ^ e tanks of iliquid petroleum - •
. /(
lnlem»lloni
T
• • . -I
/ailing to enler
“?•’1 Chavez, who was wai
/<?/
\
Airport
d e b ris fell on the
7<
gas and flamingI di
.,
j^ lsd n
•porters, VThey
.,
r - .th e building, told.rep(
----------shattered houses.8.
toerlands s^-^.T be-PolishV
■ ' should have left Uiee bodies-in tlie“ ~ T 7 ¥
I.FAiftrrirt -gftrHii
rdunof spokesm an---j| ---/Cr.V
f c ...................
ujM shijp
B rto rg ^
ouldhave'
■■
Wnifc'srbccause t h ercitw
^
for the state attom
o m e y g e n e ra l's of*
.•■'ed:hei
been easier for us to flndUiem."
fli
______ ■- Uce,-said .Tuesda>
alnted-as-they-------- :------day-night,.-"A s-oI--Tom las-Gruner-sald-the-organlzana
Iza-------S everal'people'fali
now. the official flgi
fig u re Of confirm ed
(jgn was
\
Ipand'defected to WestGefii#;
checking dozens of
ol wplted under the hot:sun.
si
^
- dead is 36c.'-'
slonal morgue.
f -1 1 1
•Itals and clinics on Uie number
iber - -At another provlsli
-.................hospita
^
Dozens-- of.’- ' passengers V
d im s Uiey have received,
the bodies were so bbadly charred
Manuel DIcz Alcantara,
Ale
a com -. of victI
■eampd -inib Rotterdam, and j. .
at- that of the first 20 pe
people lo enler,
in the Mexico sl&te! alm ander with thes Red
R Cross at San '
A source
soi
concentrations tn 10 to 15 locations.
JYDARST
ine.-said..Uiey^. m lg h fi'n o tj __:__
Id e n m y th e r e iald - only one m an could Id
Cristobal. Ecatepec
pec in the-state of tomey
ey ■.general’s office . said
lings
were
in
Uie
Surface
w
ater
flndir
ssoclated Press
lura.
;
loritles would begin burying the
the m ains of his son.
' Mexico, gave a figure
fig
of 307 dead authorl
p arts per billion rang
nge in Uie growing
urity
In
stitu
te
's
.
es
collected
ol
a
morgue
set
I
uf
up
At
the
Social
Secur
Tuesday night, but:
lUt said bodies were
txxiles
4 ‘Dutch
Border. Po»M of-f
ddlng, "We don’t . ' A
£
itlon’s season, he said, add
SIllNGTdN - The natlo:
mta Mcdical Center, famil
center In Sants
still being found in tthe rubble.
In a1 community
c
lai oh the
siUd be cx- ;
:auscs believe that's on un
unocceptable risk '
W id e ly used pesticide cam
llles news of vlctlms»ani
la TulpeUac,' about two miles
They said theirr figures
fi
did not InM aria
. P ^cted
t a th at’'-“Uie humbw', ofj
idnow
level but we wont to
t( find out more
r In laboratory pnlmals and
n
^ d s a th o s p lta ls
'
vivors made the rounc
1 Uie
people
elude victims wh
who had died in from
tl devastated area.
oples’^ bh' \'U ie'' Tdepartlng) •
irolec- about It."
>e used only with special prol
rter looking for relatives.
IAnAssociatpd Press reportes
ss d 'w i l l ^ t ^ b l v 'b e - I e s s :
hospitals. Red Crc
Cross duty officer
cctlon
Schatzow salt no) 1one knows how ' vessel
lion, tht
the Environmental ProlcctI
be?liL 'arrived.....
------- —m uch alachlor is in lh
Ihenatlon’sdlet,
- - * sm
^ 7:thal'jiiim
.
-------:-------------- '—Agcncy:
:y saidTuesday:---------------ics ore piHisent at
'^l^lUi.
inning
If ala ch lcr residue:
Tlie agency
a|
will’ consider banni
■ ■
Ing 0 the legally permitted
id limit. Schatzow
; Sev(
Several-.pet^Ie, leaving,U ie;
• .
the che
rhcmlcal. alachlor, during
said'E P A estimates3 the
t chances of a '
il review over the nextt two
t
Ip T u e ^ j i i ^ t v ^ . c a ^ resulting conccr atI onc
c in a mllllon ' ..'in'g-si
;; suitcases,',ajid o n e ^ y i^ g "
o v era lifetime.
vroma
iman 'm 19: i ''I 'n): iioV- s ^ ut GOO.OOO formers and fai
0 ^ 5!!!
Use of alachlor onI polaloes
f
is being
w teUier
h^
I’m going back to the >
rs face a risk of getting canc
suspended entirely because
t
23 per• ehlp'^
Ip'tomdrrow.” I t j s to b eg in ;' .
lives from alachlor U
* • , d u rin ’g their
tl
loretical
residues
'
n
s
fe i in i 'trip to' the PoUsb'i " :m
to(5w
of
bc as high as one In 10,0
:e after the ISRO season, a yea
i'ear school tm stees, actlni
in g o n th e r e e o m would be on potatoes,
s , though aiochlor , SalUb
By bTEVE CRUMP> '
ference
dUis' Sea port- of Gdynia » . 1 Schatzow, head of RP;
le II
11- mendalion of Sandy-aan d h ls e o a e h e s .
Times-News writer
■in which
Ich Uie Wolves won the league
ut 2 percent ot Uie
. tonijzh
*s used on only about
lig h ts
, -,
v:
f,
Ide program s, lold a newse ^« n
md . the then-myUiical stal
state dccided to make that
crop: Most of the rest
Ue and
a t request a w eek . P ; ? ™
jsl of Uie Uieorell- . ■ x{£a.m t ^ auUiorities said 102 ■^
«.
SHOSHONE S
iford ago. A hearing Is sch
cheduled in Boise
' cal dietary Intake would
m
come from
.
Shoshone High eighl>m£
m an cham pion^lp. CasUefor
ssengOT stayed behind.after School, which >von the Sawtooih Con- joinedI the
lu c tsasa resu lto f ,.
Ui Magic Valley Conference..
be. a
on Nov. 28.
I. 1said Schatzow. is a "sign:
ignifi- m eat and dairy produ
That.
i n ^ ’s stev — almost a UUrd ^
ference footbaU chai
hamplonship Uiis group oof. Class A-4 s(4 )00 ls whicl
hich
“ I don't know whal
lat we’re going lo cant risk
feeding com to calUe I
isk.”
the'608 p ^ l e on a w e ^ o n g "
fall, h u been votedd out
o of Uie eight- plays 11
ll*man football, the followin;
wing do," said Sandy. “ We
Wt only have 109
Alachl
to (Co. ' The chemical has^ I' a s l n e e
:hlor is made by Monsanto
lise. It was also a recohl lor
team league.
season.
tl. .
students In this scho
ies - 1969. Asked why Its
old under four trade names
hool and we just and sold
>cruise ^ p , which bad been *
14,...----- properties had not-b(
_____ The conference took_Uie
too:
J cU o n -a__ ."Jhlnj
lings, a re Jclnd.of-tQ). in -thol •al
air—don't have enough boj
loystocom petein Lasso,, Lazo.
L.
Alanex and CP-60144.ja 'ls 'a 'iS ta n ff’d rg e ltU J iftd '^ --------week ago, ftve days
ys before the In- now,” sa
can football in the Canyon
wConference.” .
Ninety
said Sandy. "A lot of thingsIcai
ety million to 100 mllllon poun
ounds fore. Schatzow noted
d 1Uiat Uie original
i-W est by more Uion 130
dIans played in the fir
first official state happen!
Jll We’re Just waiting to see ho\
how
Shoshone, a long-tl
•time member of are uset;
ent'Oi anim al data were goUiered
e
s ^ every year, 98 percentby In-.
fectore during th e ImI id
______thPCanyon
Confera
______ elfiht-man football
II _ championship. _the stale
jle.rules.onjour;petition.::------rcnce.-.folded Its. that onc
n com and-soybeansJn.Uie^l
a..Chicago.lcsting.
e^pE:_dustriaLBloJ!cst._a..
ors." In~1953 its captain
gameV Shoshone HlglT
gh AUfleUc DirecThe peUlion
pe
In question is a requea
luesl football program pri
prior to Uie 1980 |ng lo kill
kl weeds before Uiey emet
Tiergc laboratory,
reeled InBritaln.;^ tor Ed Sahdy confirme
m ed the acllon by to the: botlrd
b<
Iaho season because of tac)
of control of the Idahi
ick of turnout. The from the
the ground. About 30 ^ rc cent
h t ol
Pending the specio
:lal review aimed
*Eveiy.:Um
the l&^pfuts, ih,
—
the league’s seven ot
oUier schools on HlghSd;
by following season, Shoshone
SI
Coach each crop
crc is sprayed wlUi alachli
chlor. a t deciding whether
2r Uie benefits of
Ev
S d m l Activities AssoclaUonn b;
ire'-tt
Tuesday.
Shosh6 nn<e f b Class A-3 school; to concoii
Larry Bond put togol
{oUiCr a sbc-game Several
(
al other
chemicals are in use
ise 1for alachlor outweigh Ihi
the risks, fanners
Jj*®™ ’3 .sm all'exodus."l^is'
“The Sawtooth O
Conference bas tlnue lo participate -In Uie Class A-4
schedule of elghl-m
man teams and Uiesamc
Am ejob.
will be required to we;
t'car robber gloves
timne
e It was quite big. Agaln-j^..
ople voted with their. f ^ ”
" I knew it SawtooU
kicked us out,” saidI Sandy.
Sa
Shoshone petitioned
d Uie IHSAA for
Alachl<
oth Conference. Shoshone also
als
round- and bools, goggles
:hlor has been found in groui
les. long-sleeved •
anfred Sorg, qMkesnian for-^- k*’"*
was coming. We were
sre too successful, wants ^ continue lo compete InI Uv
the permission lo play A-4
fi fooUiall and w ater In
In Iowa ahd Nebraska and
md in shirts and long trousi
users when apply- .
'' '
'
The sam e-' thingJ happ?ned to A-SCanj
b ^ l, A-3 In oUier sports.. Permission
I
was s u rface'
spraying,
about l
; jh*b H
*»'am burg alien office, said •
inyon Conference In voUey|)^l
Ing alachlor. Aerial1S
]
% waler in Iowa, Ohio and1KanKi
anlnterview.
■ • ,
CasUeford.”
girls’ and
ani boys' baskeUiall, wresUini
Hing granted, and Shosboi
tone then applied sas, Schi
perccnt of use. will b.
chatzow said. Harness saiddsuch
si
bo banned entiretie Sawtooth Con- and tra(
CasUeford left the
rack and field. T ^ S h o u^ n e
'{EocPageA2
groundw
• SeeSHOSHONE
dw aler findings were In1 Uny
ll
ly.
^
^ J jjH jl
Ml e x i c c0 C i t y/ b i a s
d e; a t h t (oil ovie r S O
t
m ^ J
a s iiiS M '
P A slfeijips limit
n alachllor usa
il
Shoshione*s 8--man gricid champDtons
receivee SawtOi)oth Conjiference iboot
^ M u r dlef
i
SUS]pe&HMIfehissjim y jd mingJL
. B y BONNIE BAIRD
D JJONES
9
iM l is the only
e £stand because Uie defends
d:30
a.m . today for further
ler testimony before to Uie
: • person
an'with first-^and Informatloi
tion about what
Times-News wrller
-------J
- Judge Phillip B eclw ;
ally occurred in that lO^lay
/pperio d and on
BenneU has asked for
(
ir dismissal
of the
nomlng of the murder,
uni! .Charboneaui 24, vrtioI im u rd er charge as well a s chi
JEROM E ' •>- Jam
chargesof kidnapp- Ihemo
m
urder
charges
in
the
(j
irdcr, kidnappnnett
argued
th
al
the
murd'
faces first-degroe od
! ing and grand larceny. Heal:
}also added a verbal
Benr
rges should be
\rbaugh. 36, last July 1 InI request
r
rape and grand Uiefl chargi
death of Marilyn Aii)
Tuesday for dism
ismlssal of a rape Ing. ra
jtifled Tuesday Uiat he saw' ch
c arg e la Lincoln Counly because
ilssed and Uie state then be
X given
1
an opbee
Jerom e County, testlfl
Uut charge dismls;
ter fire me fatal shol.
jnlly to refile "proper charg
u^es.” He sugthe victim 's daughter
._\is is under ] urisdlcUon of the
h e isam e court.
portun
id a charge of aggravatedIas
assaull. which
wife, had • gested
, Chorboneau wasI put
pi on tbe stand In FlfUiI . Arbaugh, Charbooeau's8 fonner
fi
esday moming by his at-■ alleged
a
lid Charboneau bas already
y adm
a itted.
before the sbootini
D lslrlcl Court Tuesd
ilng Uie defendant Resold
if he falls lo win dlsn
inett, tolesU tylnabearlng{ forced
ft
Ismissal of Uie
h er to accompany him
hir in her own ca r
He: said
s
tom ey. Golden Bennel
kin for dismissal of chargesI on
o Ju n e 21 and Uiat she was
lon for a court
ges, he \ ^ d file a motion
on the defense moUon
as rraped and h e then ,charge
took
h e r v ^ l c l e I t was latei
tl
iter found burned In orderr to force d lm v e ry proce
icedure by lhe
. against him.
County bear Cbartx
ve hours
under questioning[ Owybee
0
uixMiMU’s grandfa- state.
He spent some five
I
- ........ — --------------—Acth
ting on a repoil*trom ‘'BBaennett-that ' a
County'Proseculor• Uier*sranch;......
U
...................
from B enaettand JJerome
er
irt wUl reconvene again att BenneU said he would call
Dan Adamson. Court
all Ionly Charboneau U i ^itt had been m ade to “ take
ke ChartMneau
.'. t .
u x o iirtlK e a in iig ^
ring Uie Tuesday court sess
out”- durini
ssion. of- the mom ing off J^uly
u 1 in Ihejiam of her rented
i p ( ^ strict security measure
fleers impo
ires in the home n ea r Jeroml
■ome.
ise. Men and women officers
courthouse.
rs searchDuring Uie 10
dj
.0 days
beforo the fotal shooting
who went Into the coui
ed each person
per
lurtroom, and after Uie allef
i lle g k kidnapping and rape, he
Includingg tUie judge, clerks, reporte
rters and said he hllchlked
iked through Nevada and i n t q _ .
spectators.
irs.
Jordan VallQ',, Uien
Uii bock lo his g ra n d fjU M ijK U ^ '.
ly 1ond counly officers-malnt
Six city
ntalned a Owyhee Counly
n
y ranch
in search of
:
i doors ing borses for ra
watch lh1the
Ihi courtroom and a l all of U
the
n
ranchera.
lo
the
court
area.
There
m
leading
were no
He was unable
ble to iell Adamson any
inces.
dislurbonct
nam es of people
le wiUi whom he caught r i w n E ! ^ >
by his attorney
ey. Char- people he spoke
Under' queslkming
qi
>ke with at r u c h e s along th ifr'
Aid Uie court his version of Uie
boneautold
le alleged w ^ y.H esaldhefo
le found no work.
^ • ■>
lis acUvlChartMneau said
sc
he Uien returned to
k ldim H ing
> ^ and rape. He covered his
ost hour by hour front Thursda
lad stayed tn Uie bam o t Arv' /
Uesalmost
d y .J tu ie Jeronie and had
3 'he was-allege^to*have-pIc)
• 2 i ;-wiieg-hi
Icked -Ar-' ■bangh'fflwme'BCT
■BeveraWays beforetlwsiiiftisy
p al
tally shot
,
tough up
a work, until, she was fata
eH E A R IN G ooP a»A a
r
•; r
■
I-
1
^ y ,^ ^ (n te r2 1 ,1 e 8 4
TMn Fails, Idaho • Wadnesi
NWft,Tii»
JBriee f i y —
Vdrnaritheldxapiitivcfor^^7? years
• -
^~
IED BLUFF, CaiU. (AP) -— iA mill
RE
Hooker,'
npanled by his at- by aassbed
h In laclciiiicl a dilldrtn’a EW-'
ricer ia4io picked 19 a femal
s a le bit- tom ey RoUmd Papendlck,
n
pleaded ingset:
aelliilroot.
.
he w o rk s
S S[lUcer
S
ills s t a t i o n h e l dl ui p .
M o s c oOW
v m e e t i n g i n tiii
in 1977 loqiriaoned hhee r for tnfwr«K^t to the charges
[ooker was arrested Sunday, after
cb
Tuesday. A
Hook
TWIN FALU
LI£ - A loos g u n ^ bbrandishing
n
7 ; y e a i^ woman retm M d to
tea years In homemades boxes,'
t
a
WASHING
seven
bearing was sched
NGTON (AP) -T h e R e a g aan
n adminlsbvUon
Mluled Dec. S In Red the 227long4>arrdedI nrevolver b d d 1 9 tbe atten
tendant a t Uie andttieSovi<
aod then' notified '
ndfolded and bound by leaU
Ie itt Bluff JusUce Court
hepoasibUItyofa
bllndl
oviet Union a re discussing Um
rt
b e r family
f
B lue Lakes I ttaa al c o service statloo Tuesda
t b ^ t s , belore letUng b e r c
idaynlghtand meeUnginM
police iald. PoUce tefusn Moscow eariy next year bet
etw eenSecrkaiy
resb^
ard to bdieve," said a ^horlUes,
ri
L tL S
“ It'8 Just too har
ntWoifWlfiwri
i%f/»■•>!
left with a n iDde
i could get a Job, pdlce said
lh.
of S tate Geoi
of the woman’s
Foraign Minister
sheet
^ r g e P ; Shultz and Soviet F
Iw asked not to be ^ to rdease
^
one neighbor who
The InddMDtt ywas reported to Twin Fal
? U lsp o llce at A ndrelG ron
aUly
or
her
pre«snt
whereabouts,
romjico to try to break ttie dc
deadlock in arm s
day.
w Uie giri and I knew
1 . 1 ^ a IdenUfied. " I knew
. 8:06 p .m .. PubI
ubUc Safety Director Tima Quails
(
said h t f mental and p h ydcd consaid, control negd
Cameron Hooker, 31. who live
igotiatkms, sources sakl Tues
esday.
Car
Cameron
and
ttiey
y
v
1
™
«
.D
o
n
n
a
l.T
o
'
Roadblocka wer
vere set
tty d fy , countyI' and
a sU te ofWhile Uie
on
appeared
to
be
goo^
aU mobile bome a t Uie sou
itato Department
. smaU
he Whito House and Uw Sta
m
=
.hew
a,asno™
•mai a s anyone.”
^
fice rs ia Magic
lie Valley. These w m calle
illed off about refused to9 is
h e woman, who auUtoriUM said
edge
issue any statem ents, it was
wi learned that
je of town, was h d d In Tei
two houra la taerr after
;
no
o r wbspect
^
vdiides
Uie adminisl
nistraUon had notified Moe<
0 bafl
Hooker, who lived wiUi two w asi 001
96COW Uiat if an
Count
imty Jail in lieu of $500,000
b on
oot hom Uie Red Bluff area, was
WtM flgwxwl n«i^ Shiittr IS available to l l y _ _m ore.
____________ hac! been located
orthera - :■~
______________ agenda could
ire, than,.two-dozen dtargei
gtran g e d -fro m -h is-h itc Jiblklng-through-the-N
hhl
Qualls saidI tbe
tti robber .was w earlng.a
[.a.Jirowzuskl— to th e Soviet
to s e e
du dding
ii rape, kidnapping, soc
sodomy, wife, auUioriUes si
viet.capital in January o r Fdiruary
F
said. His residence. Califon
ifomia town 160 mUes northeast of
dc snowmobile
suit and leftCttiestaUonon
th
m M k and blade
I
Gromyko.
icreparceT inaniral SonI Francisco
Ft
and oral located on a one-aa
in MSy 1977, police
rape
le with a fordgn o b j ^ and
fo o t He said ooe
ooe woman attendant was'on
ondutyatU ie
T h e m a in
t
Reagan's caU for
copuli
le-sac, was flanked said.
in topic would be President R
subdivision cul-delulatton.
^
1.
s t a t k ^ located
c BlueLakes Boulevardi N
Bdod
North across a resumptlo
ework" o r "umlllon under a new ‘^framew
__
-----from tbe Ptooee
aeer P ies restaurant ta Lynu
[ed a year ago In ; - ' ^ 1
itwood Shopp- - b re lia " off Ui
Uie n^grtlBtton’^
log Center, when
hen tbe robbery occurred. He said It was Geneva, SwiI
Switzerland, on reducing U.S.
S. and Soviet Imer was also a t thee fgas pumps,
believed one custom
cu
term ediate-i
te- and long-range nudear. we
weapons.
T here were nolii^urles.
Ia
nment on Tuesday, studen
a
‘reached for conui
• CoothniedfriBnPageAl
dent body of 39 kids, as we do."
iu n t s c o o p s i n fu<
Qualls said all leads failed to chedc out!
ig ltiv e s
a rm
It, MerrUl Beyder,
Beye
iey d e r said Ute logical step would
loUiCon- But his assistant
membership in the SawtooUi
;irfflcen.were back-toJisquai
____________ p,nL.Tueaday.irf
to apply for-roember-------hlnk Siioshone- had—be forShoshone
for j
u a r e o n e . ^ -------NEW-YOI
82
ffflld h^
st-and'owst-suc*-------fe re a
roR K -(A P)— T helargestsaid tb e Investigi
tigatioo was cootinuing.
b
^
expelled
from
m the conference.
shipp in
In Ute Magic Valley Conference,
lanhunt in U.S. history, gpann
cessful nianl
nning eight states mrhe
.. SawtooUi Ckwiference co
more In Uie nature of yrfiich
Ich Indudes Murtaugh, Oakley,
!S. iias led to Uie
ding four undercover stings,
Carey,
Camas
Cotmly
High
£
d v is it
on th at Uiey look a l Hagen
german. Hansen, R aft River and
If 3,309 fugiUves, Attomey G
General William
^F airfldd. Rlchfldd. North
es," said Beyder. Macka
some altemaUvea
ckay In addlUon to CasUeford.
BONN, West
<
Bt Germany
(AP) — Foreig
eJgn Minister
F rench SmlU
nlth
Tuesday.
^ of B ancroft R oddand..
" Those
n u are schools wiUi roughly Uie
M j J « f 3 i o s h o n e would hhave had to reapply,
Hans-DietricfaO<
»Kiay visit to
The Joint
lordinaled by Uie
I t 1two^nonUi effort was cooi
imty
High
of
Dubois
and
Cet
for a d m is s io n -UUielr_two-year pro; samneessize student body that Shoshone
' , _ ,
Poland houra. before.be.w
be
as due to leav
save today. .a
U.S, Marshal
ahals.Servioe, wiUi partlclpa'
wUon by officers
,^ ,3s 0a footbaU-only conference. baUonary period w
w;as tqi — ahd Itwas has,”
I,” !]
he said. "And Shoshono Is dose
try statem ent said,
F o r e i ^ Ministry
from m oreeth
tlia n SOother federal, stato
te and tocai agen“
le t
txiwvi earlyf ttoday, said
hat given the size of to mosl
Thc
nference Just Ute feding ttia
rhe ctirrent Sawtooth Confe
noslofthem ."
Tbe surprise
cies along; Uie
Uie Eastern Seaboard,
lirm an, Leadore H i ^ football
fo
Beye
their school Uieyr ididn’t bdong In a
teyder said he doubted Uiere was
n ad o r to Warsaw infonned
Bonn's
ippreh^ided by the 225-men
ed the Polish
Those appi
smber task force
cbain
adi Rick Brown, could not
n
sdiools that have a ' anyr ch
be conference wlUt sc
at Uie visit was called off
I
chance Shoshone would be read(f because
of
w ere named
ts. ranging from
C oad
led In 5,080 fdony warrants,
w s" th at h«rf come iq> durin
. mitted
“ several factors'
;ted to the Sawtooth Conference for
ring preparafirst-degree
i urder and rape, to narc
ee m
rcotlcs, weapons
next:t season unless Uie IHSAA
tions for tbe trto.
iry charges.
and robtiery
One—f a c t or r—
- w a s - th a t- P o ia n d ’8 —
1
:
directe
scted the lea guetodo so.-------------------T h e p r o»gram.-Uie-8evenUi-sudt-Jol
^
—communist-----olnt effo rt-^ > o n ^ ~ t l
hd refused
to issue a visa to0 a West G e r sored by the
authorities had
r
------------------------ShosJ
hoshone. which is considerably
[he M arshals Service since: ll
1981, x^ resenU
M M
sdieduied to 1accompany
m an correapoc
ler the 150-student minimum for
*‘a vital part
under
art of our expanded cooperai
ratlve dforts" to
•
C
o
o
th
n
ie
d
fra
m
P
^
A
i
ttie statem ent said.
G eoschertoWiTarsaw.
an
schools, has been rductant to
lir fly up and be Uien A-3 scl
fight “ thist cancer
ca
on American society,
^
saw Arbaugh's haii
y.” saldSmlUt.
•
momi
m lng when she was killed.. He
Hi told dosed his eyes aagain. He said he dropp Into tbe A-4 dasslflcaUon
auM 't h e 's d io d 'h a s 'b e e n comtot as near as he can becaus
and Ar- ~hcard'only one stiol
• • ---------------- Uieco
court during .that Ume ite1an
• _
pellUvt
lUve In Ute C^anyon Conference
baugh
Igh made love, looked a t t h ee.. 2 2 r i - _ i ^ . _
eport Iridlcati^' is ' r e ^eiiUy
U lh a ll'^ x ir ts d c i^ tf o b tt) ^ .'
■ '
M Ie htw
e had p u rc h o ^ 'fo r H u dau
l a u ^ t a r . A n - a u t c ^ - rej
Indians won Ute Canyoo Cona, and got dong w dl.
_
___ ___________ • T lra.i
bullet entries Into0 1Uie woman’s body Ther In
^ t e d frdin a chesl~ferencs
aic rv aiey b m ± -a m p ro ’nW pT h^-------rnde'r c r ^ exSiiGiallonhersardlie-ancT
si
U iaf^eaU T r^
fall and
ant finished second in the state
ai’l hiding, but Marilyn had
tad said wotind.
tournament.'
I
she dii
Under cross exa
didn’t wanl iier daughtersIto know
xamination, he was A-3toui
I,
BnkgM ltfM rt,
Twin
F ans,
The
he IHSAA sometimes allows
was there, so he s to y ^ in th
thee tack unable to explainibulletenUieslnUiC'
b
p m EST, W ed , Nov
v /:2 r —
Th» F b ri^ s f
.
................JennDe<3oodiogi
m iof the bam . Ke said lie slept
sle on woman’s back oorr the number of. schools
Mis like Shoshone to peUUon to
30
room
ly with a c b a ^ 'of
V.'
Q oudy today
tpeto
.
ground
and
went
without
the. gl
)ul food wounds. He said he
lesiiol her while she* compct out of Utelr size dasslflcaHighs near
ra in o r snow showers.
she
ly evenfaced him, but he! dosed
c
his eyes and tlon1for a variety of reasons, ranging
until Saturday
1
igf n y
from
m Thursday
'
ds IS n^ih. Tonight
40. West winds
Ing when
w
from
n I:trav d conslderaUons to past
M ^ ly n h ro u ^ t him
hi
a she might have tuimed.
n
J
p artly cloudy witti
wit alight chance of
letic success.
'
lapping, he said Ar- athletic
ch.
As for Ute kidna]
—JSf
lunch.
3w shower.
Lows near
{
an evening tfiow
I
harboneau said Sunday mo;
momlng baugh, nol he, d^ v e her car to
;lving Day. partly
80
20 . Tbanlcsgivii
vakened Shoshone a t h er suggesUon
su
she cam
Cl e to the bam and awat
and that ikikikH
T ^ - ' ^ O ; ----------j t, u i d ^ e would tell Ute girls
---------------cIo u d y ^ th ~ a UBas'of'roomlng'fog------re i
Uie night at .)U |||||||
di
gii he Uiey made love during
~V \
W f ’C ty T f ^
i.Hlghs3Sto40.
1f t \
" a n d low clouds.
H
) there, and took the gifl rifli
rifle into Niagara Springs bbefore she jumped
■
—' " ^ 5 0
w asU
■ them U tab:
N evadaaodnoctt
Ute house
hi
r, Tlra. from her ca r and
ar
flagged down
for her daughter,
ivada
scattered
In
Nevac
took her to
L ater
t
c r she relum ed with the gun.
gui He another vehlde thal
T_____
l
goptinuing
eastward
snowshowen C
OI
hi ll
they were going to "slghl
I In" Gooding,
y g rt
said1 U
Acally heavy snow at
Wednesday. Loci
T lra and th at Marilyn loade
aded " a
He said he left hier
e c a r behind a lav- #
............
for TlJ
ons. Becoming partly
higher elevatlooa
n.
e m In Jerome wher
k ^ 7 0
handh
ere she would find It ^ L / |
idlui of bullets” Into Ute gun.
High
T o '^ g h S l^ .
V*.
cloudy in th e west
w e witti decreasing
when he and, because his pU
A conversation
CO
jlckup thick was not *
wAh
that began whi
T em p e ratu re s
'*
showshowera in ttie east tooigiit
j e n l j h ^ n ^ l n g , h e h l l ^ liked
il
I _
asked
into N e v ^ a to _ ^ 2O
OOL
cd her where she had spen
XDLlSth____BUBin____
______________
the west and a few
------- ---- — M ostly fair inXtli
'
previo
vlous n ight since he did ndt
nd see look for JoIm . '
m tain flucries In Ute
—
lingering mounti
h er vehicle
ve
a t the house ali nlghl
g h t proF RO N TS:
e a ste rn portion
in 1niaoksglving Day.
^
voked
ed her and she grabbed Ute gun.,
sr. Lows Wednesday
VU
Turning colder,
CokJ.»
•wrw
he sai(
laid.
sens
^
night in the tee
u to mid-308. Hlghs
e said Arbaugh told him "not
"n to
SfK)w O c c K x je d - y ^ S5ti1 . 1 l o n a n r ^
^S h o w ers Rain Fkifries Sr>
_____
both days 33 to>43.
43
rt that again." He added that
tha her
In oidrthem'Uti
Utah, variable douds '
>eot ot Cofiwefce
pai*enl
Mlhw Swvk:« NOAA. U S Det
Ntttonal WMffi
izy. her
enls thought she was crazy
Ight. Brcexy souUi
through tonight
ighters thought she was pU
playing
(
3on border-Wh^te
(tiered
U.S. 95 — Oregoi
111Ibe partly cloudy wlUi scattei
Winds lo the wes
vest Uirough Wednes- will
■
s
und wIUi their txty friends and
anc that
scattered showers rahi
wet.
raining;
he bought
Uto
after- Bliti
HIU.
w
d a y - with so
in o r show showers by this1ad
Ing WiUl
Uiat she wos sleeping
All '84's
Grangevllle-LewIsU
5ton,
wet;
gvery<
developing in) ttie
tl
afternoon and noon
ion.
ryone else.
n e fam ily , s a m e lo c d tia n
^
m Som©
chai
over Lewiston-Moscow,, wet. raining;
Jy icloudy Thanksgiv- . Tu
'•
evening. P artly
Tuesday afternoon skies o'
harboneau said she lold hin
him she
1 L '7
th
e
la
st 40 y ea rs. G o o d
'
aln
dr
Plummer-Canadlan
Ul -a few lingering ' Idah
in border, wet.
couldr
ing Day with
iaho were doudy with rain
Idn’t live with him bul couldn't
cot
ice n e v e r g o o s o u t of
servvicc
estem raining.
and moun- .snou
showers in thessouUieast
so
ow falling in Uie northwesU
_ '
,
!without him, and wamed noother
no 1
.
^
.
Hvewl
le..
n s • Loyow ayt
s ty le
Trado-lni
(iorseshoe Bend- ' womai
Idaho 55 - Ho
)ws in ttie 20s to upper twro
o!thirds of the state.
tain s eaMy. Lows
nan was going lo get him. *
lining; Donnellyjigg
xinesday 45 to » and
Donnelly, wet, ralr
SOs. Hlghs Wedn
e said she pointed the loaded
T e m p e ra tu re were In Ute 30s
1
tos and
New Meadows, leys
Te
^spots, snowing.
m hin
Thanlcsgivlng roo5lylBUie40s.
mo
ilm and said “you’re dead.'
■
s . The highest tem perature
lire In
in terstate 90 —- 1Fourth of July
heard
................ ,.„Q ain as.l> ralrt and tbe tower 40s.
i d . then
llfl
rd a click, hc said, and.
l&o \fr^^48 ^ t TWtt Falls arid
' " — -Idah
irid Uie Canyon, wet. rali
alning; Lookout
^^311
Wy o it. T w in F alls, Id a h o
..........- *• Wood R ivet VaM
.3 3 6 4th Avo. V
7 U .0 0 1 t
stled lhe gun away from her.
hci He
west was 6 degrees a t Stanley.
-yP ass. snow, floor, ssnowing. Chains
y w t h scattered snow lowe
said1 A
Cloudytodayw
Arbaugh Was scrcamlng; during
di
In
llte
southem
sections
of
Uie advised for towing:rigsrl
In
showers. SnowvaccumulaUonnear4
ac
Utlsllr
time.
_30,to_35._Wednesday state
ate winds were from thesouUie
itheasl
U.S. 12 - Wet, .ralnlngL-Lowdl:_____
r
H eessald ho-was still scared,I, closed
..
Inches. Higha-30
cl
■ ■ ■ ■ ■ » ■
t a t 10 10*20 miles, anI ho
hour. Lolo PASS, w e t brtk
«
night, d ian c e of
< e v e i ^ show . to 'louU
akensnowlloor.
his eyes
eyi and began shooting the
---------.
he rifle. usts In excess of 30 miles an
h
nhour
,_ Idaho 21 - Boisese-Idaho City. Icy
Chari>
srwise parUy doudy. Gust
showera, otberw
irboneau said he fired Utre
hree o r 5 \ ^ ^ H l (
ere
reported
in
Mountain
Ho
Home spots; IdaiioClty-StJ
Stanley, icy spots.
fo u‘r sshots and when he openc<
i. Thanksgiving Day, wer*
Lows 10 to 15.1
•ned his H
td Soda Springs.
' broken snow floor,
with areas of morning andl
p artly cloudy witl
» 0on Ute I
\
s Arbaugh was on her knees
Id 1low. clouds. Highs
In tersta te 84 - - Caldwell, w e t
n ^ rcclutching her shoulder. H
valley f<^ and
.\
Heesaid I
The extended forecast for
lh border, txare.
he sav
-----------'------ mid-aos. u^ouch raining; Bolse-Utah
law her older daughter, "Tl
■'Tiffie” I
\-::r* a to \
lUthem Idalio, Thursday throu
SouU
Synopsis: .
>lountaIn Homecomlni
K
U.S. 20 Mo
ling to the. bam wlUt a pisto:
Stoi. He I
\ P ^ ^ \
iturday. calls for dry weaUier
lal Weattier Service
The NaUonal
Ashton-Monlana
thenI went
v
Ashton, bare; A
to 'Artiaugh and saw
jaw she ■
\ *** *^ \
id a y . Chance ot rain and/orrsnow
sn
d y skies over Idaho
reported cloudy
Inthe
border, Icy spots,
w ashl
'
Ihit and told Uie giri to calllaarn am- 5 ' \
i t u r ^ and Sunday. Hlghs In
I
anottier Pacific cold
T uesday i u ano
onthe
U.S. 26- B a r e ,
le said. ■
buianc
mce for ho* mother, he
iper 303 to the upper 40s on
I
died Uw s u te . Ugtit
ada border-Arco,
Charix
front a;vroache(
U.S. 93 - Nevad
tnd Ar- ■
—
rboncau said boUi he and
iekend. Ovemlght lows from Ithe
n. Icy spots; Lost
baugh
t>are; Arco-Salmon.
ra in and snow’fell
fei UuxMighout much
gh told the girl to leave,
stoU ie.m i.d^^____________
ny tw o 9 oz. b o g s of COUNT
UNTRY CRISP CHIPS
and central ~
chai
----------T rall P ass. snow flfloor, ctialns ad- of th e day in northem
not
tiarboneau said he feared Ute
thc girl I
lulor. Ripple, 6ar-l> q, o r Sour
>our C re a m & O nion.
Idaho.
vised.
Try Regul
wos; fi
golnig to shoot him. so he ran |
now was expected to
w
Idaho 75 — Shos
loshone-Ketchum.
fromn the
t
R ain and snow
bam^ O u tsl^ . he saU
juDonaiucyM itontiwiMo<p>onmltrsnow floor.------ heara talking
i
Uie rest of Uie state
~~ spr«ad acrossI th
i>arc; Galena Sumr
1Ovone nol a leioil OittiiCuier of loW
dnd dipped back to
Ct o>‘I couoon i>loioa. tomieioa.
cn
eouDon
tocowwi
m
t»ooueto«i
lh<»
olrl
S
?e
ivjnaiifto
tc*
oocn
{ht
A
travelers
advi.
BC
BOISE
(AP)
Most
ma
major
snowing,
during the night
de. He testified he saw Uie
Inside.
u i e g ir i
n eofWften wim moireioiiiowo>irwe>oouci
t«
cio«'t>ti*o<
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ISHINGTON (AP) - CIA DirecDir
tor Wll
Villiam J . Casey has dropj
‘opped
disclplir
Jlinary action against one of six
mld-levi
evei CIA employees singled
>
ed out
for puni
unishment over productionn of
o a
•aguan rebel ;nanual,
Inenceofflcials said Tuesdoy.
.
I,-officials,-:Twho.-insisted-.-®,
'mlty, said Casey overturn »
r o p o ^ suspension of the ch
special CIA task force• tl
ees the covert operatl
ration
led against Nicaragua's* ieltist
left
Tunent.
« v waived the ‘ suspens
ension
SiS
S
I
A minion
without pay becauf
luse. the sources guneral
al proposed sparing senior
said. Uie official h;
had received an. agencyy officials
c
from punishment,
agency commendatic
Uon In September but recoi
ecommended thal three mid1983 for his ove
versight of Uie level offl(
officials receive letters of rcpNicaraguan program
rlmand
ai two others be suspended
id and
- CIA spokesman •George
,i
Lauder without
p
it pay.
The- manual’s aullior,
continued to refusei comment
(
on the known-r bby the pseudonym Jolin
investigation into tht
he manual, which Kirkpatrii
atrlck. agreed to resign from
'advIseS rebels on the
le "selective useofniis'CfA'cc
Aconlract.' •
violence’’ to "neutral
allze” Nicaraguan . Several
eral of the punlslied officials,
ofUcials.' The spy agcncy
aj
has never however,
'er. refused lo sign disciplinary
released the names
cs of the CIA of- letters5 being
tx
put in their personnel
ncials involved or pn
provided any oUier files, cont
contending lhat they were being
- jgtjjjig
scipiining.
m ade "scapegoats”
■
to protect
Administration an
and congressional liiglier-le\
r-level CIA ofdcinls, the sources
sources have said the
tl: CIA Inspector said,
Ddecision-- z z i - ' W r n S S m k
^ T H[A N K S G I^
IV IN G
I cuts in
ts’ fundingg
IB U F F EI T
T
^ T h e . n^ iA BARBARA. Calif. (AP)
anonyml
/liite House said Tuesday Uiat
the prop
Ions have been made on whell
of a >ek
sr restrictions in vcterai
oversees
1 programs as part of an effort
effi
H i
g K ______ S e n io r________ ________
directed
d $50 billion savings In thee li
198(5-----------■ -------C ifiio n
govemn
:l.
V
D isc o u n t
mty
WliHe
House press
prt
■ Casev
lary Marlin Filzwater was
w
K ids J u s t
«
ndlng to a report that (he
i
le ad11 A .M . T 0O 9 P .M .
25* p o r y o a r
tration was considering a\ propi
CAMP LEJEUNE,
E , N.C .’(AP) T hebl
; burned and mangled wreckag
kage Wells were listed as |
.to.cliorgc
veterans
at
lea.sl
............The bodies O f - three
ee• - more -M arines- w as-sur
jurrounded by guards Tuesday
iday:-:because no positive idi
■URKEY - OVEN BAKED HAM
HAi r'R O A ST BEEF-------T
“
RO ASTTU
fee for health services, toS gl, ' ’ :
were found Tuesday
y iiIn the wreckage The hel
lelicopter was broken in two,
twc
been made,
»RA V Y * DRESSING______
_____
m d l,
,« « H E DJ IPOTATOES 4 GIBLET GRA
Its only to Ihosp wllti ffnnnn
i --------- of-thoir-mlUtaiy-hellc
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i one'' Thc-^njurcd.;aii"mei
E.COB"'«’HOTA'PPCE
>"YAMSTT:ORfrON.7HE.C
CANDIED^
or to limit benefits to those' ^wlt h
I
Ing the death tollto six from a fire and enginee lying
1;
on the ground. The rotor
)tors tery. 1st Battalion,
P •C A R R O T CAKE
■ ' "
DUMPLINGSS •PU M PK IN PIE • APPLE
LE PIE
:c-connecled
illnesse.s.
I
crash that happened
a
d as the craft was w ere sni
snapp^off,
Regiment, and their cc
:water said the Wlille House
(
se or---------- ^-----lifting-a howitzer during
dut
a training
B its> of
c burned debris were seal
Sgt. Randy Gol
APL*MT|«I»0
f Policy Developmenl asked
I
Jd the
.
;
exercise.
' tered ai
around the fiat Ja/jdJng zone
AO BAR •
u?fc Philadelphia, fair co
ans Administration In July
[fi
*
C am p L e je u n e
SANT
Eleven others wereii
re injured.
and the
he howitzer the helicopter wa
^
• DRINK
I
NKBikR
Cpl.
Kenneth
Jan:
The
Will
lealUi
It
Qle
Its
work
'load
If
heal
Seventeen troops w
were aboard the lifting; sat
sa uprlgtit, but tilled,
Syracuse,
N.Y.,
goo
iSEFtr
its were limited to veterans5wllh
wl
^
decision
•w * _ 1
• dessef
huge helicopter — a CH-53E Super ' Camp
up LeJcune spokesman Capi
Michael Washington
to seek
e-connected disabilities,
m T m T
• s o fTT
t ICE
ic CREAM
Stallion, the Marines
nes’ newest and C raig Fi
Fisher said some of the 11 ir
(wmHN
PH MEAU
veterans
a
J m Fla-, good: Pfc. Robt
[ f l f l
healUirently.
p
I
largest — when it cau(
aught fire and hit jured suffered
:
bruised interna
of Clermont, Pa., goo<
. t o findlatlcaily
5
eligible for medic
• d i c a l ____________
the ground Monday
j
y afternoon.
The organs.
s. but "most are fraclurci
Plsani. l9,otkingwoo
budgel.
at the age of 05 II space
ce In
■
helicopter was lifting
:ing a heavy ar- bones,. aarm s and legs.- People are ii
a . 1t. Pfc. John Recs Jr.. li
ible In VA hospitals and nursli
Irsing
tillery piece, a 155mn
mm howitzer, of- serious
c
IS condition,
but the prognosis
Md., fair; Pfc. Larry 1
i. This service Is nol based
i
secretar
2d on
ficialssaid.
good.”
i„ J of Chattanooga, Tenn
iai need.
........................rospondl
i
Rescuers found thn
iiree of the dead
Fiveo;
i of the six dead were IdentUiei
1
Cpl. Jeff Stidham, s 2presumed dead f"‘nistra
'ever. Rep. G.V. Monlgomer
nery.
Monday and the other
ier three Tuesday as Briai
’ian R. Jones, 32. of Harlan
Ohio, good: 1st Lt. Tho
louse
^
s.. chairm an of the Hou
morning, said Capt.L ^Norma Stewart low a; Li
Lance Cpl. Scott A. McEneany
identification had—
small littee
fe on Veterans Affairs, said
sa
of New River Air Static
23. of F
j
I t i o n ................
Falrporl,
N.Y.; Pfc. Kevin“"Jy Denton. Md!, good; c
proC K 1
^
It would take fourr tc
to six months to Kaiser,
r, 19. of Kenmore. N.Y.; j,pj’
Cpl Jeff Ballard. 20, Conro
> e m b c ^ s -o ^ B -B a l-J « ncss
^ will never accept any pr
from the Wlille House toJ cut
c
'
. determ ine what caus
n, lOUi Marine need, or
aused the crash. Ricky C
C. Williams. 23. of Sumter
Iter,
The eleventh Injure
________________________
______
al care to.velerans.____ _
-------i - s a i d C apt-D ave-WiVinstonr-aviut
in
io n - S.Crranc
and-bance erpirDavldD.-Wclls
conditions were:
ellsr—^vhosc nam e has nofb(
rget It. there Is 'no chance
FilZW£
safety officer for t.
Marine Heavy 22, of Sai
Salem. Ind.
In very serious conc
IMBERLY ROA D, TW IN FALI
A lls • 734-1223
m
Jolden. 28 , of fic e o omery
fP
said In a news releai
Helicopter Squadron 46
F isher
ier later said Williams am
and said.
tn9ftmAun*Nia.iMc
m
i___________
condlUon; Lance Veteran:
in Washington.”
imison. 20 , of estim ate
aod; U n c e Cpl. benefits'
on. 19, Tampa, service-c
bert Johnson. 19,
Currcr
x)d; Pfc. Anthony automati
ood. Texas, good: care at
19, of Accokeek. availal)lc
yD. Hickman, 20, 'homes. 1
WASHINGTON (AP
AP) — Outgoing .versityy President
1
John Silber pres
resBoll said he had hcai
nn„ good; Lance financial
Education Secretary
ary T.H. Bell ented their
thi
credentials al a privati
k'ale mentioned as a canc
Howev
criticized as "unprece
ecedented” Tues- gatherini
■Ing of conservative lobbyisU
'Ists declined to say whethei20..of Wooster.
Weber, 24, D-Miss..
day the screening off his
hi possible sue- thal thlee iWhite House personnel officc
fice favored Qule.‘‘I don’thomas
I
cessors by conservativ<
tive groups.
reported!
edly authorized.
■say lhat. Thai miglil hand Lance-Cpl. Commitl
roe.
Texas,
fair.
Congress
"T hat’s the function
ion of the United
1
nett, in particular, has stron(
. States Senate —< I guess it Is. “ cnnet
ired serviceman,
w ho. “.I need.tQ^be^vcry.
rl among conservatives..wh(
anyw ay.” Bell said in ja telephone In- support
r e le a s c d .-is " T .p “ ! ‘
ling don’t gel involved in been
I
lostile lo Bell and his handling
jmo In Soil Lako,.
tervIcw frgm his homi
nditlon. officials
[ilcli'"myT5uccessor.
rthink^t
Education
DepartmentV^hlcl
City, Utah. “ I think-it
;.|t (scrc!cnlne by
lent Reagan once wante<lI }o
i( ly off bounds as far as 1
issued In
•_____ conservative groups)i)lsunprcccdcnti:
',’lts - But the procedure Is a
• — ---------- - - a b o lis hfi:To
:' conservatives’ dlsmay,-lti
past ter. And I really wond
:ed Nov. 8 Uiat he budgetI shot
sl up $2.5 billion in the pasi
,
Beil, who announced
e.sl
groups
on
either,
s
I
almoslSIS
billion,
tive Dec. 31. said y e a rto a l
' was resigning effectivt
ly iinterest groups
Educai
he did not believe any
cation lobbyists have beei
xicn volvcdlnthat."hesald
I
should be holding Job.
ob. interviews for beating
t drums In receni daysi foi
lg the
for
Bennett, who Is
potential Cabinet appoi:
pointces.
form err P
Minnesol^ govwnor and con
con- release a report Moni
Last week, two leadl
lading candidates gressm
a ' Albert Quie. a moderat<
nan
rate colleges, said Tuesday
am J. Bennett. Republic
for the Job. William
ilican who served on Bell’s; inIn “ an unwavering declln
sard Quie’s name
lonal Endowment fluentiai
chairm an of the Nation
lai National Commission on ExEx of the humanities onndidate.
1
but he
C o n v e n tio n C e n te
le nr 'B ird O n T he T a b le ' ‘T h a n k s g iv in g D in n err
’
for the Humanities, and
an Boston Uni- cellence:
since 1971.
ce in Education.
ier he personally*
1:00 PM to 7:00 PM
’M • Full tu rk e y w/lth ali1 tth e trim m in g s , le., y am
im js , p o ta to e s ,
't think I ’d better
s tu ffin g , e tc . • $7.£
7 .5 0 p e r p e r s o n , m inlmiu
u m o f fo u r p e o p le . Taki
a k e h o m e th e
.'hurt him .” said
le fto v e rs . R eservdtl
rd tlo n s R eq u ire d ,
y..cacelul-,Uiat.,t-.::
G a la R oom : S p e ccla
ia l T h a n k s g iv in g Day 6B ru n c h -1 2 :0 0 N o o n to 4:00 PM
WASHINGTON (AP)
(A
‘ovide tlie toxic waste cleanup
— The lh at prov
nup fund program in 198!
1 lhe selection of
Reagan adm inistratl
ration’s energy money rmake the superfund a key fullining Uiat comm
2 fo r 1 -S 6 .0 0 {Sing
Ingle - $6.00) • N o R e s e rrv a tlo n s R eq u ire d ,
Irthafsabsolute-'" ' *’ •
agenda in Congress ne
next year siill Is energy' issue
1
as well as an en- dom inate our attention
D in n e r S h o w M enu
nu - R e g u la r M enu • Reg
a g u la r H o u rs .
is
I’m
concerned.
evolving, but likely will
M'ill be dominated vironmer
icntal issue.
ly over the next six to ei
a different-mat'-------------D e s e rt R oom C offe
ffe e S h o p : T urkey & AllII T h e T rim m in g s - Alli Day
by legislation to expar
D£
current $1.6 billion cleanup
pand the “superThe ci
nup
Beyond the superfun
fund” toxic waste clean
$4:50 p e r p e r s o n • N o R e s e r v a tio n s Reqi
eanup program, a program
im expires next Sept. 30. A bill
bill the legislative agendaider
c about interq u ired .
'.side getting Inkey White House energ
jlng the program to $10.2 biillor
ergy advisersaid expandin
Hon ters for the 99lh Congr
lid.
.Tuesday.
the House this fall, but failed
' passedI th
iled be “ very limited”
HOR SESH UJC L U B
'
I
Randall Davis. Presii
Senate because of oppositlor
■esident Reagan’s in the S<
tion specifically targeted i lc sciieduled to
H o r s e s h u R e s ta uj rraa n i : T u rk e y B u ffe t‘-'12:
2:00 N o o n to M id n ig h t
'
special assistan for• policy
p<
he White House, which said the
develop- from the'
the
seedeveloping.”
)nday criticizing
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.
ment on energy and
i
id environmental
bill w asp
sprem ature.
At the sam e time. ly
h( there has been
issuer, told a Capitol
toi Hill luncheon
The at
administration; ^said thenI ilit tion docs not appear Ine”
tc In the study
' th at Uie oil and'petroci
rochemical taxes wou[d se<
seek an exponslcjn of the super
per- m ediate crises in enei
1 U.S. campuses
f
M a r in e C o r p s c r e iw s e a r c h e s w r e c k a gigie
e o f h e l i c o p t e r w h i c hhi c r a s h e d M o n d a y a t C<
IS
; 3m oi►re deacd Marinties foui
in millitary C:opter
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FR]
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for senreening IEducatioim succet
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‘Superlrfund’ lalibeled en<
lergy prii
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C o c: t u s p
Chief Jujjstice w on’
J n v ic te x e c i
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iority
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(AP) — Chieif
day.
WASHINGTON (AI
law yer’s objections, to
Justice Warren E . Bi
Burger refused
The 4th
4U U.S. Circuit Court of ApAp- ra p e and m urder of
. ’Tuesday to perm it the
iie scheduled ex- peals pos
J85. Davis said
Histponed Mason's executionn to Hand. She was found
eculion today o ^ a ^ lrf
i
'Irglnia
man con- give him
imitment "will
im time ^ ^ k formal review
lew. nailed to a chair after
victed of raping andIm
m u rd e rth g a 71- o fh isca
S
jn span, certain^sel5y
Uie fulISiipreme Court;
irt; ■ biM ii'M taIirer“^
year-old woman.
eight months.” .
...........................M asosn's
n ' lawyers have argued that
. Burger let stand a lower
low court order he should
iind. Davis said,
uld be kept alive ontll the high
postponing the execut:
cutlon of Morris court decides
de
J on energy mal- '
an Oklahoma case.
we, f \ |
Odell Mason. The chief
chi Justice re- because
:
gress
Is likely to
ic sim itar issues are raisedJ in ^
Jected a request by st£
” and "very
state officials lo both case
ises.
lo problems we
electrocute Mason aitt 9 p.m.^MST to- • Mason
jn pleaded guilty, over his
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IDECORATIONS
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lEVADA
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loliday ffavoritet
iiitio
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to the May 1978
^Dollvory A vaiiabio
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H jM M p H
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oid-i
'Id-lashloned sm oked hamns,
s bo n ele ss ham . itiick cut New York s te a k s , 1% ^
eef baccjn,'C anadian baco
:on. sm oked, pork loin and three special gifi
.
acks.
vailable from O ur Boothh In sid e th e N orth Entrc
n tra n c e to Lynwood
iaza (Betvireen P enny W ise
50 a n d King’s) Nov. 16 thrc
th ro u g h Dec. 24.
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nd Gift
packs .to your
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program s to rehabilitateB disabled
di
individuals
thi area.
the
F ree delivery of Hems
lien in Twin Fails 11%“- City Limits. Any’ of the Gift Item s •
1 1 / (c a n b e shipped for
)r ai
an addllio-ial charge,
he said, the nato face any imlergy.
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id -w |th -a hand->r her house liad
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F amin p r ic ^
will11test Coi)ngress
y lig h ts o u t of som e, butIt
s p e c t w ill s c a r e th e dayli
T h e prosp«
ju cin g o r en d in g farmn
!
^
w e lik e thte
e ti r i a l b a llo o n o f redu(
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[
X )rt p r o g r a m s t h a t thle
e R e a g a n A dm inistrap r ic e suppor
i s id e r i n g a s a w a y o f: h elp in g to re d u c e 'th ee ____________
tio n is consii
----------------- fe d e r a l defic
fieit.----------------- ^--------rice su p p o rt p ro g ra m s rnow c o st rou g h tly $11
F a r m p ric
y e a r. E ssen tially , th<
thiey e n c o u ra g e overj
billio n a y<
eir s b y g u a ra n te ein g a
:
p ro d u ctio nI bby the n a tio n ’s farmle
an n o t sell h is c ro p . T he
[ce
s e ttin g p ric
e floors If a farm er_car
--ate d su p p lie s an d poor
I
r e s u lt is to0 Ipro m o te w aste, bloatt
rvation p ra c tic e s . t
, ■soil'conserv£
av. o v e r a tiiree o r fivee ___ ^_______________
j __________________ P h a s i n gf o
01ut the s u p p o rts — sav
y e a r perio)d
d — h a s s tru c k us a s ;a se n sib le approach,
to a d ju s t th e ir opera*»• ,
id
give
fa
r
m
e
r
s
tim
e
t(
I
T h a t w ould
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I
,
tio n s , a nd1 th e ir m a rk e tin g p rra c tic e s , to a farmn
e
Jia
t
m
o
re
a
p
p
ro
x
im
ate
s m a r k e t realities,
:
e c o n o m y th a
th e fed eral um bilical cc(o rd is not easy , but a
C u ttin g th<
effect, p u t th e farm
eduction w ould, in ef
p h a s e d redi
basis, so m eth in g farm e c o n o m y on a supply-dem and ba
long sa id th e y w a n t ^J,, b u t w h ich .th ey havee
e r s h a v e Ion
ofourcommunlty.
us by belngpart of
0
I believe it Is time
me people discover what thatIt IIII
I
U s e y o u r b l i inn k e r s p l e a s e
b e e n r e l u c:ta
t a n t to im plem ent.
3YERS
lign
BARRY H.M EYi
tleh an d le isfo r—fl
- first an advertising campaig
ob jec tiv e of reducing’ th
t: e su p p o rts would b e '
A n o th e r• ot
with the heaviest
■sl
TwlnFalls
neof
and Uien a strict enforcement
enf<
J.
Driving
west
Into
>
1
the
1
sun,
at
the
hardest
time
<
M sition th e A m ericanI ff;a r m e r in th e in tem ato b e tte r pos
fines
po^lble
“no
0
w.
warning
tickets."
night to see, was aim
most m y end.
i\R
rketplace.
g e o r ;g b s . ca
riD E R
tlo n a l m arite
P u l l e d u p o3ww n b o o t s t r a p s
ca
I was following a IC
J r a l a speed of 55 miles pei
per
FUer
II 'w ork, w e think, onl:
nly If th e p rese n t andfl
I
T h is w ill
I lane, which I consider safes
festal
_
hour, and in Uie leftl:
tlons in IheThanksglvlngsplrit” .
"Make donation
c u t off th e fa r m e r’s®
Imi inistrations don’t ci
1
.
f u t u r e . adm
this lime of night.
. .well!
•
ire s a s com m odity em I
m a r k e ts blyy :s u c h ’foolish m easure
- It seems to me1that
tha the most pressing need of
ivcr
! ^ ° l ® m o d e lI ss h a r d t o f i n d
.
Atthem ilecrossin
ling east of Curry, I cam e ovc
rm e r. A s a s instru m en t
rhose only h u r t the farrr
b a rg o e s . The
nbodian refugees Is. . . Birth Con:t
those recent Cambo<
h e articles on retired District
Thank you for the
the small Incline thet
lere lo find Uie ca r In fronl of me
t-to-w orthless,-for-they—
-p o lic y rth e y -a re -n e x t-t
:e--------- trol Pills! !-----------• -----------------o f-foreign-pt
very^— JudgeTheronW ard
ird andTwIn Palls City Pollcc
y -------- stopped,*histail light
litsiiverc on butslnglcand ve
Id
.
Sgt.
Jam
es
Mlldon.
Disgusting.
>n.
n a tio n into the a rm s of
nd the cut-off buying nt
»nd, he saw m e coming and
)f
dim. Allhe last secoi
m e r e ly send
iw
My grandparents'
nts came to Uils country from
and old alike seem few
Role models forr young
yc
ce l i ^ t s . By the lime I gol
stepped on his brake
)liers.
o th e r supplie
Europe. They didn't
dn't need any help; Uicy pulled
and far between Uic
lliesedays. It, was refreshing;to
t<
laps 35 miles an hour, I wass go.
g
around him at perha]
•m su b sid ie s is a s m uch1^
g th
A pplying
t e to u rniquet to farm
ilify
themselves up byy their
thi bool straps!
outstanding
men who exemplil
^Vhen
read
obout
these
out
,
• ing sideways, I maM
naged to conlrol the skid. Wh
jm ic one. It would pror
pro b le m a s an econonr
a p o litic a lI pi
EDNA II BROWN
nirwhat a person cann and
ai stiould be.
^
Ig o ts tra i^ te n e d ujp
p and looked back In m y mir
no re-'-fam ily —fa rm s in­
--------------Judge Ward and
........— — b a b ly m e am
n ith e dem ise, of still mo
;d““ Policeman Jim ” honor all11cof----------Gooding-----------on his turn signal:
n -------- ro r he then tum ed on
n s a r e insufficient to
.0
w hose m argins
A m e ric a , those
tl
wilithout _the^upi)prt_str
s tra ^ tu re . And th at, in
.com pete_w
r
c
h
a
n
g
e
s
in
o
u
r
ru
ra
l,
Id
b
rin
g
ab
o
u
t
fu
rth
e
<
tu rn , w ould
\
a g ric u ltu r•al
a l com m unities.
cau se of tljp volatility of
fa rm e rs.v o te a nd b eca
)f .
__________ __ i
B e c a u se>f;
cranberries and pumpkins
pun
for pies,
I
th e issu e , w e w ould ex p e ct th at t n c e a g ain , the real
DearR eader:
The dogs and lllsti
listened In rapt attention as she
It your house? At my house,
How are things al;
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a r e n a h e reei!is in th e C ongress,
;t-purchase speech. She paced the
delivered her post-pi
n
everything Is fine.
J, w h a t kind of position
find out, (or exam ple,
D ic k
W e will fh
[
punctuated
her sermon with
kitchen
floor
and
pui
If
Actually, things at my house arc a bit strange
K)ngressm an, R ic h a rdd S
* tallin g s, will tak e if
o u r n ew con
snaps of a riding crop
cro] on her jodphurs. She adhat the proceedings seem
L
Or 1 should say lha
M a n n in g
gue-lashing
to
local grocers for
ministered
a
tonguem ittee, in which
^
f
■“' ^ l e l s a p p o i in
n tte d 'to th e A g rie i^ B *l^.<?om
eal
ize
that
a
big-Ieague
holid
.
strange until you rea
Ilday
Uielr.treachery inch
ii<;harginga bjick; apound f p f _ . ......
th ese issu e s w ill.b e .ddee b a te d .-In 3 hort,...thjs,,
m a n y of-the
normal course of events, cvc
IS..........approaches. In the!m
w ents-.
■ . "turkoy.
U Ion holidays.
le
should be abnormal
th e C ongress h a s the
Iss u e will hb e lp show w h e ^ ie r tl
Itwas^ Inheropini
pinion, thoroughly un-American........
inylhlng about the care andd -............Uiat women buy at
Not Uiat I know an;
at£supermarkets,
lallrab
o u t the d e fic itr -------------—
l
------------------ c o u ra g e to)ddio a n y th in g b ey o n d ta
-Ij
t h e dogs and I were,
erejnoved. We applauded her
y. I am . In fact, strlcUy an
feeding of a holiday.
Those volumess hs
have long since ccased to hole
also find out if deficitt rred u c tio n is a goal we • observer
_ performonce_andjig
ijigreed withh^r premise,
W e w ill al!
accaslons. 1sll in the com er
sver, owing lo the effectsof yea
on Uiese oci
!r
any shape whatevei
NoneUieless, turk€
arkey arid accessories werehad,
i t, o r if it is som ething3 vw e w a n t the o th er guy
‘ ' r e ^ l y w ant,
whippings Just before holiday
idopl the curious gaze theyf
V
wlUi the dogs and ad<
of heavy-handed1wh
and so we arrive at tthe threshhold of Thanks0vlng
'e rn m e n t is a bloated m o n ste r not becau se of
)f
ing the eccentricity of anothe
to do. G over
reserve for beholdlni
hed for hours as sho cast her, li
ther •
The dogs watched
thoroughly prepared
ired for what is to come.
species.
to hook that one new,
o u r d e m a n d s on it. W' ee ,
among the pages3hoping
lio
alone, b u t b e c au se of oi
1
C o n g re ss aic
:
are people who criticize this na»(lie
I
am
told
Uiere
The other speciess 1In this case Is truly a marvc
rvel lo • recipe for creamled
ed broccoli Uiut would purge tl
a r p ro te c te d cost,
!
a llw a n ts osmm ething a t a reducedI o
tony we Americans annually
tional day of glutton:
behold.
world of its sins,
ik fa rm su b sid ies is a„s
T ough aIS
s it m a y be, w e think
observe; I am toldd there
th
are those who would call
illday preparations Involvee
Yousee.thesehoil
nrlse Saturday, she was off. —
Then, come sunrl:
described above wildly Imprac*
ice a s a ny to begin th e red
i u c tio n s which will
ipped
activity’des
good a place
just a bit as she snap
degree Uiat is beyond my con
,“
kitcheneeringofade
:omThe dogs and I cowcrcd
co'
jm e if our co u n try is to
t( re ta in ils econom ic
no
h a v e to com
IC
prehension. That Iss nno mean feat, b c a u s e onInorthe checkbook inIher
he purse like a cartridge In a
2 topic liiider the cold light of
'odo
IfgrlllcdonUicloi
ome wilh pots, pans and thelt
mal days I am at lior
leir
fie. She slam m edJ the
th bolt home and sped off to
„
, h e a lth .
logic, I suppose I would
WOI have to agree.
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" LetteiT
S ----------
tfine
' ThaniksgivungHmfpracticial,' but^
ic y
___
T h c T lm c s-N>lews
e i w elcom es’le tte rs to th e e d ito r bu t will reject
ta s te . E a c h le tte r m ust
lib elo u s o r in b a d1ts
t h o s e It c o n ssiders
id
rile r’s m ailing a d d re s s ,
b e sig n ed a nidd !sh o u ld in clu d e th e utriti
ly ib e ed ite d fo r len g th .
L e tte rs o f m o rne th a n 4 0 0 w o rd s m ay
—
;
several cousins.
But Thanksgiving;
lg approaches and I am
outclassed by my wii
vife's consummate commanc
and of
logs
these m atters, so I sit
sl In the com er with Ihe'dog
and Uike llall in.
The show makes.n:
me feel like a rube a t the
ill
opera: I understand;
id not a bit of the plot, but all
akes for a wonderful spectac:
' that carrying on maJi
acle.
ness
To the best of my' rrecollection, this strangenei
was first In evidence about a week ago. That'ss
Jt several boxes of magazine:
nes
when she hauled out;
troops of Gen. Joe
balUewlUithe mlercenary
en
B uthew holetsthc
}Uie cold light of logic shine In Uie
Albertson,
’turnwonderfully dim com
cor ers of tradition is going to
tUe It must have been. She rcti
And what a batUe
I of ‘a lot of fun.
e r of a few days followed by ^sev ed In only a m atter!
,e
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As I said, dear reader,
re a
things are Just fine a l my
lul vans
laden with loot for the
eral rented U-Haul
’
house.
larder.
Jiksglvlng letter finds your house
I hope Uils Thanks
T hedogsondlwwere
c rendered speechless ass ai
tlcal and as warm as mine.
(I)]
as wildly Impractlca
s unloaded food sufficient to fil
platoonofcoollesux
the refrigerator,. the
th( cupboards and two sparee
home . Dick Manning IS city
d editor at The Tlmes-News.
as our humble lltUe h(
bedrooms. We mlarvelcd
an
ars ion Wednesdays andSundays. ■
fs,
Hls column appears
was transform ed1 Into
In a warehouse for turkeys,
Bishcop's leitter renninds vIS ofgcovernmnent^sihelpingI hand
•>>01111^ lum adea bad choice.
cho
apolitical tide.
,
U m iutciu
It’s important to
thep
WASHINGTON-*
— ‘■It’s no m ere coin..... ............ .......... . —Bu
Sul that is not an unfamiliar]
ar position fora— com e—^d:
oor-—-------•- remcmbor-lhai^
- d ire c t welfare aid for the poc
h ai^ t is not Irrational for a society
d President Reagan shorUy
-j----------- cldence," decloredP
to decide to sacrifice
sac;
improvement too.
some additional m aterinturies-old church. Such flou
[outersof conven- needs imp
II tl
triumph, “ that the mosi
J o d i e:A lle n
centi
before his clectora)
« are
a
of al goods for the no-less-real benefits of InThere
a clear limits on both the5amount
n are the bishops thal theyr'have
ht even sug______ ' I '
/tion;
he country
— places of desI
' blighted areas of (he
•
mal redistribution and the chol
lolceof
creased person!
elorlc aboul -____nddlllonni
sonal sec y ity or socleUUfalmess.
eagthat h avc-bccn-------------------------------------------- gestj
stfiri “a mnratorium oa rtietg
*i------------p era tta n —uru'uruu?
^ill tolerate
T liafs why,
n all Uiat m anyyears ago,
ds lhal
a particular society wii
elfare cheats.’”
m ethods
I
other party for many
y, not
strongholds of the oUi
s u re a minimum level of
if st
security for the most ‘well
Uils and oUierp:
ire onho^ullt-In a t any point
pol In Its history.
er progressive cbuntriesof Uie InI^o^are the bishops UMware
.
- y ea rs.” ' ...........
'•.No
...... vulnerable................ ........ ■ ■ ' • •
Iworld s t ^ ^ e n - ^ therole'6f---------Whei^ pressed att the
th time for further'exp!a- “
F r w enterprise is surely
rely a remarkable
m m
govemment: In the
t economic sphere,
guing outburst, White House
nation of this Intrigul
‘c 'wealth-generatlngm achin
hine. But without govIlf
The thought
ht V
was Uiat placing some
Speakes said he would
spokesm an L a ^ Sp<
. em m ent Intervention, thot
h a t wealth can come
restraints onn the
thi concentration of weal th
oUiereniiof a 10-foot pole.”’ a t the expense of much suf
;
“ leave that at the oth
suffering among peowould ulUmatelylmproveUiewell-belngof'
atd
es so
Why was Speakes
s squeamish? The
pie who labor in mines, factories
fac
or shops, or
the whole soclet
clety.
ill, IisaperfecU yciearand
1 ____ statem ent, after all,
w hose skills are no longer
;er ineeded by the
»
....... .
: This has certi
ertainly been demonstrated i n .............
I
consistent expressior
slon of lhe presldent,'s views.
s . economy.
‘
. .
this country,, wh
where Uie development of a
int Is for, and whom it is
'h
oh what government
T hat suffering is a great
cat deai less than ll us'
well-paid, well-<
ell-educated middle class has
m eant to serve.
e<i to before child-labor
>or 1laws, minimum , “ “
e IIs a bulll- become the engl
engine of growth for a consumerapparently, most of the
As Reagan and, apj
ng income for the
B ut that
lha docs not mean that there
ision between redisW buting:
wages, unemployment Insi
Insurance, Social Sctensi
»nom
!c
led
economy.
^
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)nslslency
between
strong
ecoi
>eople and localities ttiat arcc curity and welfare werei en
lefit of lhe poor and a m a zin
singcapiUilto
InlnconsI
. electorate see It, peoj
enacted. But as
bene
Ibutloriof
Now.howevei
ever, Presldeht Reagan has engrow thh and
ai a far more equal dlstribi
in trouble have no one
on< but themselves to
sl economic growth,
Joseph Cardinal Bemardir
rdln of Chicago
fuel(
couragedlholsj
e than this counlry has.
al sam e middle class to forget
i
blarae.
observe.s. the bishops deal
2al ifirsthand wllh the
Tl iha t ’s a conflict Uie CaUtoiic <
Jf Western about Uie helpln
;l of Uie odvanced countries of
Iping hand Umt govemment gave
I '
To the extent that
Qt a pollUcal party tries to
poverty and despair thalll rc
remains. .
h a 1dto
t deal with internally over
v inearly
to its educaUon;
Ion and development, and to turn
« a s well as Japan have more
use government prog
rograms to help them out. itt - ' Despite the strong econoi
)nomIc recovery,
how
t JusUfy the church’s own;
Vto
its back on Ukw
distributions of eamlngs andi oother Intwse still left behind,
only makes things;worse:
wo
“Their (the Demothese conditions have gotte
Jtlen worse In recent
of we
vealUi while Christ’s InJuncU
and much largersoclal welfar
are proThose “place*
acesof desperaUon” don’t, after
crats’) policies aree lax,
le tax, spend, spend, andd y ea rs In many areas. Bemi
smardln reports Uial
thep<
IfUled.
com e and
:poor Is still so (a r from fulfil
all.
fit
Into
Uie
s(
le
soft-focus,
picket-fenced plcwhdwant to Improve tJicir
no friend to those whe
one bf his bishops, from an area In which sevJ.
. .
lecognlzlng this tension, the
le 1bishops sug- ' ® y ^ , aoss Brookings Institution econ
inomist
ture of America
/em m ent would ]ust go
rica Ihepresident sees. SllckwlUi
well-being.” If gover
eral factories have closed,:
sd, recenUy cam e to
ile,Uiepoor
G ary Bur
study,
me, he’s saying,
Ing, and I’ll put you In FatClty.
Burtless points out In a new sti
, .
aw ay and Jet
the prlv
irivate
market have its way,, him in tears over the suffer
ffering he was seeing, 8 ^il”lhal, to Uie extent possible,
luld be b e lp ^ U u o u ^ the Jobm
Jot artet
economic
s hI a s
People In F aitt City
Ci don’t vote Democratic,
mic grouHh in these countries
.I ' '
the needy would be.bl
e.blessed with "not pity, butt an(lU ieliU lethathecould(
addotorellevell.
h e r than by dlrecl govenune
ment aid.
generally
Jnlted
That’s no colnci<
Incidence.
ally outpaced growth in the Un
1
opportunity; nothani
landouts.butjobs.’’ >
T hat’s why the cardinal
iale:q)octs
c
little
Nor is it any
o
ly coincidence
Uial the bishops
lling thought — the more so ' disagreem ent among the
This Is an appealini
■ S tates;over
ov< the last two decades,
le bl
bishops over Uie
Th.
li e Idea of helping people to Ihelp
have chosen Uils
thb time to remind Uielr increasgenerous a package of socialIguarang
since it relieves the
le bbetter-off of any obllgapastoral letter, despite pub
ToogCf
public controversy.
. them
imselves a p p ^ strongly to people at
nt to exter- ingly affluent
fl< that Uieir religion de- •
il flock
Uon to the less fortun
tunate. Unfortunately, as
iport i’o r Interventions ever;
5ry Income level, Indudinggthepoor.Jobt^
By renewing Ihelr suppo:
■' te e sc aUI
n iimpede needed adjustment
of
m andsmort 2! from
fro them lhan the pleasant
ocks, such as the big oll-pricee hikes
I
the Catholic bishops
ps {pointed out last week In
ated
ndep^ence,
nal shock
in the m.arketplace—ever^
/eryUiing from floors
re la
t help can encourage Inde
1.
pursuit nf w»lf.ln
h<*lghfpt<oH fnr^lgn rfi
ll letter
on the economy,
' .
their draft pastoral
le
eandagreater.say
confe
_ u ^ ^ wa^es and welfare
ai
ifer a sense of dignity and pn
provide useful____ lhaJ970s.
tee-= ^rcvciranycxpcn-— Tor worke rein managemen
wwln .. ............. .........
■hat seems to be happening no^
7 ---------- -thcrelsTvrguorantee
iiaireecirons-G rm e— ^ idsana^rvT cesr^^^-----.... ______ Uon-Thai
i —that the unfettered pur- direct creation of public Jol
m Europe.
ence that suggests—
Jobs—Uie bishops
Bui
lul m any people simply can’l
in’t be helped in
W estern]
JodieAllen’s
I ’s is i^ d e first appearedin The
by Uie most able will ensuit of selMnterestt b>
? way, and the bishops sensib
sib ly n ^ g n iz e
B ut In JJudging WheUier the Europ€
ipeanshave WasIilngUmPos
know that they'arp swlmml
imlng directly against thl^v
Post.
nng. and I’llpu
i-me, he’is sayii
‘Stick with-i
ii Pat City
you in Fat; (Gity. People; in
don’t vote: 1Democratic:’
t
-- - -
^------------- '
W ednesday.’.N
^ ovem ber2l,l084
Timles-News,
esTwin falls, Idaho A-S
iaho
Idi
| - B r i e <^ f l y —
lydro energy
E n o u g h1 1w a te r fo r hji
nGhildlren nott in §ch<lool; pairents jcjailed
probationary educate! their
Um chUdren. At that time,
Uielr
twt>-year
r, the
U slx-monlh jail term Imsentences imposed for
fo refusing to however,
>n each
<
was suspended and
send Ihelr childrenI lo public or posed on
ovlde them with probation
on offered
i
‘on the condition
privale schools or prov
ly send
of home educa- that Uiey
sc Uielr chUdren to public
on iipproved coursc ol
----Uon..'
o r privates
lie school.
"This is the first cas
ase Uial a judge Sam Shlppy
Shl
said that conviction
____ _
o mipted'by'U ie'facfU iarU ie---------has~ ruled"Uils“ way,^
y,^’~saldT Ielen*w as"plbm
of famUless refused
r
WUIlams of the Idaho0 Department
:
to perm it New
ith
School
Superintendent
Education.' '
Plymouth
The 16 chUdren are1now
» being cared Mike Jaco
lacobsen to Inspect whal he
wo a home school. Although .
- for by 'oUier famUyf members and UioughtI was
frlemte. Including Sair
im Shippy’s four Uie Shipp:
Ippys had obtained a stale
m arried daughters.
certificate several
private: school
S(
Behrmann's order,, prompted
|
by a years ago,
ago Sam Shippy said Uiey
motion fUed ew ly ^UI s monU^ by nevcr cond
onducted any classes. _ •
____
rb ^ iilo r Daniel
All four
.......Assistant Coiiitly Pi-bs
iiir farrilHes InlUally compiled.'
d from
Hansen.~who has set
u Chadwick, cam e onlyy three days b e ^ ~ ^ u r ih e school
3aho’s-BIda
oard-ef—demand
f
—
BOISE-(AP)—
61 up
sc
order, bufUiCT Sam;
wide
committee
to
raise
monc
re
today
and
will
a
statewlc
C anvassers meets here
oney
u,g shlppys’ tw
two-year proba- Floyd and
ind Robert Shlppy pulled Uieir
el
put the offlcial stam p;>on
i Uie count In for lhatI effort.
tionary sentence would
lid have ended.
chUdren
oi of Uie public schools Uils •
n oul
>en for the past two weeks he
jr election race,
Hansen
Idaho's closest major
(AP) - A 32-year-old Fort
g wlUi a fourth year and
r
>rt Hall woman died early
POCATELLOD U
id refused
to provide an altcraying
thal
he
will
not
make
Stallings’
apbeen
sayi
D
em
ocrat
Richard'
!
ihe stalled pickup she had t)een
bc riding in was struck
. Monday afler the
a g fc of education. Terry Shipecislon
on
a
recount
untU
Utea
iry over r : / ' w
finaiiecl:
p aren t 133-vote vlctorj
his sbe children In public
said.
y another
vehicle. P o c a ^ lo0 pollcc
p
from the re a r by
ai
■esults'show he's been beatei In N o v e m b e r n ^ for
lansen.- - - • flcial.resi
— I^publlcan'(Seorgo Hat
fc refusing to-school.- Regional Medl----Ue was pronounc^ dead a t Pocalello
F
Ernestine BiUe'
e the
too
I unofficial tally was5 to
Election officials' ffinished going -because
in two hours after she was
cal Center at 12:5!
2:55 a.m. Monday, less than
a winner.
lies on Tuesday, close to>declare
di
o v er the election tallic
by Peggy Martinez,
crushed between
t pickup and a vehicle ddriven
!n the
r
lUings received
C
w hich showed Stalli
26. Pocatello.
ficial reports elecllon nlgl
light
aforH nnseii.lhe
101,266 votes to 101.1331
after it stalled on
!s. Bille
had gotten out of thtiee pickup
;
Police said Ms.
1
a 66-vole margli
:nl wha had to Save StaUings
SU
1
seven-term Incumbeni
id 11 when ll was slnick by­
eet and was standing behind
a Pocatello street
cinsconvlcledot
was about doubled as Uie
le 4
44
j
__
b
attle
Uie
stigma
of
bell
ihicle.W aothei±iJuries-were
r e reported________________
______ ••. _theMartincz.vehic
js turned in their official ele<
elec--------- -----------violatirig federal laws.
lies.
isse rs. m ade up Hon tallic
T he Board of Canvas
Cenarrusa.
Hansen
sen the last few days has left
II
of S ecretary of Stale Petc
P
ftntibl Uiat he’ll ask for a recoun
ount.
,
le Moon and tie doubt
'Treasurer Marjorie
al has been appointed to ____ Auditor Joe Williams.'
BOISE ( A P )—
- William Rigby. Idaho F^alls,
5. wlU review the He saidJ he
h has been collecting repon
tale Building Authority:------n a G i i R i s t m A Si -“lH o U S E “ S f l l £ ~ ^ ---------■ atem njnihF S tali
eged elecllon irregularitle
elecllon reports. Uien1 w
v ill'aeSare th e '■of alPe©
)r’s office announced the aj
appointment on Tuesday,
phsni
The governor’s
re su lts official.......... _______■
gh- he.has .refused.to.gb.ini
________ although
---------- ---------------------------------____.
___ ‘ ______ I
•eed Vincent E..MullIn,.also—
- eral olhere!'Rigby will Vuccee
along with M vera
•igger-arccount—details;-........
— Thnt'likely-wlll-trie
___________ of Idaho Falls, who
wh resigned. The term runs
ns until 1988.
icr, Gooding, was appointedd U
John Faulkner,
to the Sheep Commission,
l lT m t Stunts
S ^ F n i d n y Won 2 3 TtJlRU
J
DtC.
2.
J
late Jessie Little Naylor, E:
Em m ett. Richard Adams.
succeeding theI la
^
/or« ftn
IM to 5 ;jo P n otftiLy
11«
Coordinating CounCaldwell, was appointed
app
to the Statewide Health
H<
J
.....
cll.
■man ^ P ific c .
U leii
wh serving on the three-ms
nl of liie fdolio Association
• BOISE (API - The
Tf Kent Rem- (Ions, while
crlno, fcioho Falls, president
- Daniel M. Pcrir
ing here Tuesday board lhat
tha runs the department,
ied lo the Developmental
ington removal hearinf
lon Industries, was named
of Rehabilitation
^
« /#f n
C/Ndy's~
3
,n
10
?>
:enl
Remington
Evans
ns
tried
to
get
Remington
i
turned
into
a
Ker
DisabilltiesCounc
uncil.
t south fah « n t w tit #/» S
pr
5
resign,. tthen started removal proSeven persons
VI
airmen for the Children and
testimonial.
is were
named regional chair
gs when the Sl. AnUiony farr
His neighbors, frienc
nds and business ceedlngs
until next October. IncludYouth Council,, all to serve term s running' ui
cJx^'Uyru/ ^
CAnta^mxtAf
y^
Inessman refused, contendir
e; Jo
associates paraded tto Uie witness er-buslne
on Mahoney,
Coeur d'Alene;
i Thompson. I.£wlston;
ed were Norman
I
stand U) praise Remlnj
lngto;i as “ a man he didnot
nol knowingly violate any stai
Marilyn Dorman. Boise;
Fniltland; M
Rev. Enrl H.. Traughber,
T
£
S
,
■
p
m
m
it/V
c
s
,
^
fc
o
n
d
ind
KftndTR£flsyff£S
^
ncsly” — and a
laws,
nburg. Twin Falls and Pam
of integrity and hone
John F. Eschenbi
Stephen Mead,, Pocatello;
Pc
Boise
e attorney
i
Ryan Armbrust«
m an who should nol be removed from
s. Idaho
Falls.
Fraser-W allers,
I
Vi
^ A ^
:ted the hearing, but at the cr
rrecllons.
conducte<
th e stale Board of C^rr
ColicctAbies
i d ee/c
k ic tftb lc s /
Rem in^on's altome;
A fter a Uiree-hour■ssession, a hear- of Uiesession,
ses
moy. *
Ing officer said he wou
ould decide laler
Gordon
n Thatcher, said the who:
w hether Gov. John
in Evans has Uiing shoi
hould be dropped,
ill receive $82,000 (rom tlic
BOISE (AP)‘I —
- Tlie clly of Wallace will
Remington from
And friends,
fr
grounds lo remove R<
neighbors_and ev
evee n .
gasoline seeping inlo
Threat Grant lo0 stop
s
state under an1Imminent
In'
^emsance In office.
Remlnglt
the board for malfeasai
igton's wife leslKled Uiat Ren
nd let children get back to J______An'
'
;rous_______________
_ _ _ _ _ t h e baMment of the
i local iiigh school, and
attorney^ general’
nl’s invesUgallon ington has
ha a reputatlon.as.a gencroi
lasses;................
their regulardas;
8 ^
ea rlie r Ihis'year dlwlc
;ho donates freely of his llme
tin
:losed Uiat Rem-, man who
ced the grant, which along
Jvans on Tuesday announcec
Gov. John Eva
in.
Ington apparently viol
lolated state law and monc
jncy lo causes he believes in.
ial the basement at Wallace
ocal funds will be used to seal
with $4,000 in Ioca
nancial arrangeby entering Inlo a flna
fuel leak,
ter offlclals find the source ofthe
of
: . High School after
■tment of Correcm ent with the Departn
toiler room of the basement
sei fuel
: .G as and diesel
I were found In the boil
loslve level, posing a llireal •
'■ on Nov. 5. The fu
furm ^ had reached an explos
.................. . 'tosludehtsatthe:
heschool.’
State Fire Man
[arshal Bill Wallis refused lo
to allow district officials lo
boiler outside the school, and
an classes were cancelled
u ^ a portable bo
could be eliminated.
until the threatt co
PAYETTE (AP) - . 1In what slate
officials say is the first!t !Imprisonment
ire to provide
o f parents for. failun
hwestem Idaho
schooling, three sputhv
Ives have' been
brothers and. their wiv
educate their 16
jailed J o r refushig lo ed
chUdrep. _ _________
“ We just wanted to
U keep them
>y said Tuesday
hom e,’.’, Samuel Shlppy
high-water season Iss long
k
BOISE (A P )—The
-1
past, bul there's sliU
n rreservoirs along the Snake
enough w ater In
ike River watershed to enydroelectric energy, Idaho Power
Pt
sure plentiful hydr
Co. officlals'say.
)d shape for hydroelectric gei
“ We’re ih goods
generation as far out as we '
itogerPuhrman. power opera
^ can s e e /’said Rog
jrallons coordinator for the •
utility. ________
• Only Uiree reser
s j ^ m are below normal
servoirs tn thei Snake Riverr s;
mid. Jackson Lake is being
ime of year, the company sail
levels for this time
while Island Park
■dof
rei
held Q t one-third
o Its capacity for safey reasons,
have been drawn
and Lucky Peakk reservoirs
rt
wn down for repair work,
for the rest of the reservoir
W ater levels for
jlr system are: Palisades.
American Falls, 218
21 percent; Owyhee. 118
132 perccnt of average;
ave
•son Ranch. 95 percent: Arrov
percent; Andersor
rowrock, 169 percent; Lake
'cent; Deadwood, 161 percent
Lowell, 130 percer
enl; Coscade, 102 pcrcent:
w d Brownlee. 98 peromt.
p
ilephone Interview from the
thi
In a telei
Counly JaU. vwe had oa
our
Payette} C
>l tito
childrenn to
U keqi Uiem with us. nol
em off somewhere else."
send Uiem
ly and
his wife Marquita aloni
long
Shlppy
i
others Floyd and Rot>ert an<
and
wlUi brott
igan
Ives Roxy and Cecelia begai
their wlyc
rslxm onthslnjaU'atte
itter“
wrvlngrup~U
iij
rale B.E. Behrmann revoke*
>ked
M agistral
Officialils will cee r ti/y
Congreess race ]t o d a i ;
W om ann d ie s in a u too c ra s h
ill^
loards m ad e
A ppoint
itm eiits to bo
SvH.
Hearinig shifts; quality
■*RyAcms" Lo^-fUt
AA
aak g ra n t
W allace
;e gets, g a s lei
M ©r
*^Are Y'ou
< Rea<d y
forVW inter?>
r t’s ruling
e x p a n d court
Bid to e:
..........
its the Idalio Supreme Court
BOISE (AP)) — A defense allom cy wants
ied the first-degree murder
une 21 ruling liial overturned
to expand a June
landall W. Balnbrldge.
conviction of Ran
idge must be re-trled lor llie
ded In June lhal the Bainbrid(
The court ruled
Garden City service station
ilaylng of Dixie Wilson, a Ga
1981 robbery-slaj
hat district court must re,e Supreme
Court ruled thal
r ■ attendant. The
S
le
mony from witnesses whose tthertiorlesTwer(r enhanced •
exam ine testimoi
should not be ad- •
if some of the testimony
lei
■ by hypnosis, to0 determine
d<
“ mltted."
iirt on Tuesday, in a rohearswart Morris urged the couri
Attomey Stewa
d
tesUmony-mustbe
tlirown
at all
Ingrto rule that
a hypnotically enhanced I
d reject
a second statement
iked for a ruling that would
r
out. And he asket
y Investigators
shortly after
ilnbrldge by two Ada Counly
1
taken from Balnb
the slaying.
W E D N E SS P A Y
C rispy ffrie
I d ;
chickcen
O N LY
1
VOIC
can heljf
Ip
you save» <
o n
your wint
iter
heating bi
bills
^1
■
EXCIT
TIING
ENTERTAU
IINM
ENT
Iaho Health and Welfare
COEUR d’ALE
VLENE (AP) — The Idah
;e study
of the Bunker Hill
Departm eni will
'111 not direct a toxic waste
i
)ut wlU have a larger role than
thj first proposed, an En­
sm elter area but
as said.
vironmcntal Prot<
rolection Agency official has
j
iiad asked thal the departDepartm ent Director
Di
ROSb'Bowman hac
m entbedeslgnaU
iated the lead agcncy In the2 $1.5
$1 mllllon study, which Is
for federal Super* >
vhether the sm elter area iss eligible
e
to determine whe
fund cleanup mon
loney.
^’s regional Superfund proBut Wayne Gro
Srolheer, chief of the EPA’s
/Ill have lhe lead role in tlie . - - gram in f a i l l ee,, said
s
Monday the EPA will
study.
INfflETROPI
PHYROOM
TUESDAYINROJU
UGHSUNDAY
(s-
CALlTOli
>ii r a i l
O P E N 24 H R S.
- 'n j r T T T
funds B
Equity fi
declaredd s a fe "
for teacl:hers
POCATELLO(AP)
lP ) — Any teacher
salary equity money
;y coming
c
from the
I » ^ ^ a t u T9 next yoar
ing rcfunneled into1oU
other areas of the
'Pocatello School District
D
budget.
Superintendent Rulon
Ion EUls says.
- - '
imltted themselves
Law makers commi
^slatlve session lo
during the last leglsl
on two-year
plan lo
funding a $43 million
(
ilarles and Implera ise teachers’ saiar
Ider Incentive pay
m ent a career-laddei
program .
t’s shrinking car: But the district’s
ilsed concerns that
ryover fund has raise
may be faced with
Pocatello schools ma;
using a portion of the
I
he salary
funds for
other budget items,
u . EUls sal<l that
fe a r is unfounded.
p "
Ir. T -B o n e S ez:
e Stu ffing j
W e 'v e Blown T he
O u t o f T h e C omipt e tlt l o n y -
Let us
Measure
and|l
Install
•
S | 8 » 4
r f t C i a i t l l o n d i H-lom
i
cter'.:
-
^
^
i ’T ri
1■
j
ve 4a Uiought to us“ We wouldn’t give
ey (for other budet
Ing the salary money!
‘If a serious sItuaItem s)," he said. “If
hen we would have
tioD arose, that’s whee
to go to a mill levy.”
election would be
> A levy override ele
Jstrict If carryover
authorized by the dlsti
lonies .dipped to a
o r fund balance moni
district
dangerously low level,
I
Elobert Myers said.
bus Iness m anager Rot
dvised the district
: Auditors have advi
____ to ca rry enough mon noney In the fund i r i ^
le^T«mth*»^)U^fl,s)^-21^l|^P
K
*~KJSTce 16 ifloVBi^ne
r
The canyover cur' about 11.6 mUllon. The
rc s rs rq
t^ U y stan d sat$ I.3J4
4 nmUllon.
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[ I N G n H A T E m A r Ke X E N T E R S j ^ - r -
....
a g t ic
A ^T im efl
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— W edneed«yrN ovem bef2!§964------
e ■V
B urrley’sI S undday b<e e r s<a le isiisue s1till br<=ewingBy THOMAS MOHR
HRLANG
___
ighborhood. agreed., He sak
laid “The sale o( who Inilla
Jed the Issue‘is ’lmpor- neig
The council has agreed
itlaily requested the c l ^ droj
rop Its Sun*
m ake the . day bon
1 beer s a itt, s u ^ e s le dd-the
ta n t enough to warrant the attention of the full beer
e r at the. Seven-Elwen would
wo
m on
ordimmunity_worse^One.acdde
Ident_ivould-.wjpcjiance.beJ
be.trle<Loa.a tcmpofao'-basls
: BURLEY - A\ ddecision on Sunday beer
«r
Following this secord
lay all the profits that m l^Itt kbe gained."
if probler
ilems arise, the ordinanceD could be
•d rreading by City At- awa;
. sales for Burley coul
x>uld still be a month away,
Jd.
hter. m other and repealed.
tom ey BIU Parsons, some
3ne entire family — daughtc
me 17 persons expressOr
An ordinance that
hat would permit the Sunday
ay • ed Ihelr views — 11 were
i
Ion lo the Sunday
Gary’ White,
V
who manages th<
ire adamantly
opposed fathi
Iher — also voiced opposition
iie Burley
’ sole of beer, a s well.
ell as consumption o( beer on to the ordinance, saying
U believe Sunday salei
Albertson'
lg they
les of beer.
son’s store, presented the cou
ouncil wilh
’ licensed premises,
«s, was g iv e n 'a -s c c o nnd
d beei; sales would compound
cor
ly Biick said she tax rcveni
problems ' Se
Seventeen-year-old Tammy
enue figures lhal he had bcCT
ay’s Burley Council meeting
" reading a t Monday’:
ng associated wilh alcohol cot
d make
It easier gather during
di
consumption.
.
ihou
luglit the' ordinance would
r
the council’s . mee
selliig two
— but final action
in by
t the council will not be
lay. Her mother, weeks agg
Burley resident Alvin1 Pi
Putnam, who lives in for■Jkids to gel beer on Sunday
aS9>
^
" taken until sometim
time after the third reading,.
i
Jy opposed llie
Whilee said
s
ey Seven-Eleven
store, Tanj
lg.- the vicinity of the Burley
mya Buck, also strongly
the Albertson’s store
V which Is scheduled
>d(or
f( Dec. 3.
rowds lhal hang out In m ea
ad collected
some te.300 in sal
complained of youth crow
•phen Buck, went F alls had
1
jasure, ?nd her (ather, Steph
_______•’ The . vot e ; j h __lhe_conlro.y,erslal_Jssue..
U
jring tht» first 10 months of I
ie ._ th c parklnglotsjidjaccntl
!.numbcr-0 f.da 5js_beer_durii
ntio.thaslore.-H e sald-so-fa
(ar-as-to suggest-thalUic-nt
however, will proba
Dbably be postponed (or two
vo Sunday beer'sales would
rley store, during the sam e period,
pe
ful should be ex- The Burle;
Id oonly make the situa- whei
len beer sales are unlawful
colbecause Councilman Garth
weeks after that be
th tion worse.
lected S2.C
S2,056,'he said. Sunday beerr 1sales are
tendi
ided by one o r two days,
- P ayne will be absent
enl allhat time.
John Holyoak, whoI lives
11
'ley businessmen permitted
ted InTwlnFalls, he added.
In the sam e
Jir
lim Lynch, one of Uie Burlej
■ ■■■
" Timcs-Newscomsp
^spondeat
~
§1
Burley resldei
sident Jade Tolman, who o p p o ^
Sunday sales,*;
is,'*sald he thought tbe m atter
t to a public volei— -------- -----------Parsons replle
^lled the councii could call foran
advisory votee on
or the matter, but said the (lhal
decision would
uld still be fo the-hands o ( ^ ^
tSiuncil.
Pareons noted
}ted thal the city does have an or*
d i^ c c p r o v ijii,
/iding for a referendum Initiated
by the public,
c. bi
but said It would nol serve opinday sales al this time, since the
1 Illegal.
___________________
Parsons said
1 the council approves the orUd 1(
dinance, a refer
‘(erendum could be initialed then
llllon drive.
through a petitlo
Gailtipb elsll C o.
dra^w s ouu t G r y —
m resi
il P
Tlmes-News corresf
‘spondent
perty,
y, fifa H i^ to maintain a
lentlai buffer along Its north pro------------- resident
K IM B E R L Y -A^ r a residents have perty/ line,
Hr and failure to provide a 20petitioned the Kimb
nberly City Council foot fire
fireenbelt or alternative 40-foot
-----lo'-take-action-agah
ier^round-Uje^premisesi------------------ainst-Uie-CampboU-barrier-i
Co. ofldalioforfailu
jlure tb meet zoning ' In additfon.
adc
Uie petition states Uie
ordinance requiremi
ments.
compan:
3any has reneged on an. ’agi;ecResidents who llvi
ive near the Cam p-' mentL to maintain reasonable noise
bell plant, locatedI al
a 446 HIgliway 30 levelss by
b frequently extending Uts
East, submitted a petition with 17 operaUo
ations past regular _ business.
nam es to the coun
by failing to replace a
imcil a t ils reccnt hourss .and
a
meeting. They ask
sked that the city noisy,r. old-model
ol
crane "wlUi a newer,
either revoke a recc
icently-passed ordi- less nois
noisy, straddle crane as pronilsg
viu-nnance
authorizing
9
change
in
a
ed.
• rin.-»N~,M<>«<i/Hrtl.OO>\blWUT
municipal zoning district,
di
or impose
Olher
<
ie r complaints
cited by residents
A w o rk m a n ca rrle s d o w n th e num
m lb e r *4' a f t e r c h a n g ini g t h e M c D o n a l d ’s sign
j n in T w in F a l l s fro m1 4
4 5 b i l li o n t o 5 0 b illlo
Ioin
sanctions that woi
I'ould require the Include:
de: operation o( the overhead
company to compI>
)ly with tho provi- craneB in close pcoxlmliy to hjgh vollslons outlined by the
>ower
lines,
creating
thie posslblltie council when the age powi
rezone was granted.
d.
ity for
)r ppotential domage o r injury; to
}pltepubliC-opposi-_ngflrby-p
____ 1____ Thc-c 0 uncil_despl
by.pEoperty.owners;.operatlon oL____
lion, approved theJ zoning
:
change in tlie cram
rane past recommended load car.
> . • Septem ber (rem lir
limited residential paclty;
y; iand the storage of gas tanks
mobile home and cc
commercial use to ori these
e set-back area o( the promises,
an industrical zone; so
s Campbell could
John
<
in Campbell,
chairm an of
operate its business!
s a t the site.
boardd fo
for the company, said several
____________ByBOBFREUNl
JND
_______ _billlonth„would_cor
,come_ovcr._the_counter..-Tli
They,, Cheddar- dieesc-andJ
id-lerlyaki.sauce; and 11 ma:
Tiay_ ..... Mayor-Ron.Jones
ss.sald.lhe.council—grlovanc
'anccs-contalned-in-thc-petlUon------T^m^-News wrih
riier
couldn't predict the
the exact place, of coursc,
tha
preview a cousin to the quarter pounder that
granted the rezonee on condition the a re lnaeerror.
n
;
To commcmorali
rate the event, they fed Dick
Dl
adds tomatoes and
1
id lettuce
in a new package
age,
business would me<
lect certain condl"Most
lost of the facts cited are a l l e ^
TWIN FALLSJS - Next lo the (ederal defU
2ficlt, 50 McDonald, oneI of
o Uie original McDon;
maid • Kyle says.
tions within 30 days,
I do not knowV/here those p ^
s.
(acts.. 11
billion I s a i ^ t try
r y figure.
brothers who inspir
>pircd the chain, a burger alIt iexEven though comp
mpetilion is tougli along fast
fas
Among the grievar
ances presented by pie obtal
btained their information, but 11
we’re talking all-beef patties,
pa
But,when we’
actly 12:10 p.m. in
In N
New York.
akes Boulevard North — Kyli
food row — Blue Lak<
<yle
the petitioners are
re failure by the is wrong
ong.'’Campbell said.
1
i
s p e c if s^iuce, let
lettuce, cheese etc., well, SO
b
iObillion
And Kyle trcatc
lated both Twin F alls Maj
ayor says both his Magic
Jie Valley McDonald's opera
eracompany lo erect ar
an elglit-foot fence
aSei p e t i t i o n 00 P age A7 •Sm
is an astronomlical
ic bunch o( burgers,
Em ery PetersenIand
ani Burley Mayor Chuck Sh:
ihad- lions are tastingsucci
iccess.
i •
T hat's whatt McDonald’s
W
restaurantsI across
a
duck to a (rce hamburger
hat
at his restaiirai
■ants
"This is going toI b(
be a record year for me," hi
f 't h e country wer<
fere talking Tuesday — 50) bUlion
6
when the hour struc
ruck here. He also popped foi
for a says. A national nam<
ime is good, but the arches br
;
served, says Bill
1
nil Kyle,
owner o( the chain's
I’s (ran- future sandwich foi^ anybody fortunate enougti
Ik first.
“ I would say 85 to 9<
gii to ing in the local folk
i
chlsesinTw inFa:
Falls and Burley.
be in either restaura
urant.
sines^ is local people." Kyl<
percent of my busin
BUNCH??
. HOW BIG ABU
The golden arch(
•ches out In front of the Tw
I’wln says. .
. , . McDonald’sknc
knew you’d wanl to know.'
Falls stores were
>
rc changed
to show SO hilll
irgers.have yoii sold. Bill?
illion------So.*tww many hurg<
; ..
Lined up sidee by
b; side, SO billion burgers
swvould- -s e r v e d .- Up’uhtil Tue.sday.
t Twin Falls McDonald's
y. the
•
circle the world
Id 1129.7 times. Or, If you bolt
thinking about the future. He
•eis .which has_been_in
sold__
in b«slness_sinc,e_l973.„sol<
t
-to put them on-U
n-the-scale, -they-would-wel(
ilM'oviiiers from the NortJiwc
llzShefh one of two franchise
lal's ‘W A N W iTTlfC A R ^
west G.044.G5G burgers off all
al types. {By tlie.way. that';
• John and
an( Miriam Breckeniidge. The
;
m uch as 30 ships
I size of the Queen Ellzi
ps the
who
are
members
of
00 .)
Tlmes-News writer
so
f
McDonald’s
national
advc
Iverthe
way
the
corpora
iratlon
figures its total, too.
re 1p ared lies in the southwest
83-acre
• -so m e8 3 .0 0 0 .totons.
iv
eting board. McDonald is nnot- The Burley restaura
n ia :"
.........
elf and ‘‘^Ing and nfarketit
urant. which opened in mill
• com er
ol the Intersection of Pole LIhe
}r of
•
• Wanl lo swnllc
allow them? Serve yourself
rmous pile of buns, he says,
rle’s
TWIN FALLS - Woodbury
W
Corp. of Road1and
an Bliie Lakes Boulevard, ex1370, has served 1,41
1,413.192. according to Kyle’i
.*
(our (riends a burger
bui
ir eeveiy
al lunch and dinner
Salt Lake City is.sti
still in the race to tending
t where North College Road ng to
:
day. The (Ive of
< would finish up in abou
If yyou
out 13.7
"Some items in ttesting stage riglit now aare ''eport.s.
,,,
build
a
regional
st
shopping
mall
in
would
m
d run if it were extended,
'
million years, loni
long after your appetite gave
I'e ioul.
fairly common know
I.x}t’s see. Lined up end to end, the 7.4 mlllioi
lowiedge." Kyle say.s.
Twin Falls, company
ny officials say.
Woodb
odbury Corp. received a zoning
- .
• Now, IheMcDo
:Donald's people.dldn’t want
n tto b e
McDonald’s is5 thinking
tl
about .serving, iup ham burgers wouldI stretch
sti
481.73 miles, just a lit
Woodbury
Corp
rp.
and
Price amendm
idment on the land In 1980, but
'
'
Inaccurate. So,>, pplaying )vilh their compu
iputers,
fresh-baked biscuits
Jits for breakfast; It's looking
igat tie bit this side of Th
Thompson Falls. Mont. Or.• i”
Development Co. ha
iave both announc- failed
1 totosubmit final plans within the
!
they projectedj tthe exact tim e when th
the 50 a one-Uiird pound
I
id beef
.sandwich topped wl
with you put them on a sea
icale. . .
cd plans to build nregional shopping Uiree-yei
^year period r ^ u ire d by the
------- malls a l the edge of
of the city, but neicouncil,
III.
th er have announi
m eed. agreements
Howev
wever. during the last (our years
rtepartment stores tht» m m [
........... wlth^.the. m ajor_de
*
thal will be neede<
ie<l to anchor the faith working
woi
with John and Miriam
malls.
kenrldge and .with m ajor lei
Breckeni
ByDEANS.MILLEF
.ER
YFC/
a y s Twin Falls has nants," according to a document
'CA general director John
Jot
>n 0and
Rick Woodburysa:
'
Ics w ater safely instruction
a m atter of ticklingg (the riglU bone," Includes
Times-News writer/*
support
only
one
submllte
lenburg told a Monday niglittYF*.
YI
schenthe
business
to
su
lilted
to
Uie Twin F alls Clly
Eschen
in Deck Waters.
basic .swimming
sw
instruction. Esclx
says Iw ard chairman
he believes he can Planning
loard of directors meeting Ida!
alng and Zoning Commission. !
CA boa
third graders aroe ItHe regional mall. But In
Idaho ■■ W aters says the YF
YFCA is confident burg says
sa
TWIN FALLS —
- With school Frozen
nts wllli managers
The2 commission
cc
en Foods has pledged $3,000)supsu
icause work out agreem ent
has extonded the
!X) addilionai sup- perfect
< for the program becai
of getting the $G.ooo
:l age
district approvalI a
and community port foi
lenl stores before zoning
cl
for the program this year■ ami
at
lg change
lo a commerelal d ^
/tiling o f three departmei
aboul everytlii
port to fully fund thee jprogram, If sup- Uiey are'"excited
art
sponsorship still pen'
lending, the YFCA th at two
tw more potential donorss ai
stores, he ignatlon
ion for planned unit develop5cd by Price can sign up anchor
a
are port falls througli. tlic
he YFCA will cur- and c aahn :get dressed and undressed
Is moving ahead wit]
wilh plans to teach close! lo a decision.
1
. says.
mentss (or
fo: anoUier three years.
jclves.”
aterssaid,
themsel'
tail the program. Wat
w ater safely to thlrc
tiird-^aders In the
“ IFFF
F has weighed in real heavil
lied to-----His mall would be
odbury says-he plons-to-begin.........
be bulli on land al
Woodb
A'hlch- will- begin-----These
school districtw as scheduled
ivily.
The progr.nm, wh
district.
•See MALL on P age A7
;
we kno'
sjust Monday wilh Bickel;
now thc-support Is there. It'sju
the entrance to the
•See YFCA on Page A7
he city owned by
•!
>l school students.
5To h ^ /
lijrT T O
A
A 2 0 PIEE C E ^
M cDonald’s sell
ells 50 billionth Iburger
GokIden arcctiesgeHanothher mililestone
i S a l t !L a k e Ci^ ity firm
fc still c:o n sid ei^rs mall[^
YFCAVplans f<
For waterr safety cMasses aadvance
jh b o rs N etw o rl
Id a h o Neigti
NeighhborsNiJetworks]survey slhows
^
PoolI O
( p in io n
-----peopolewanttpooljusiitlike^lGdone—r.
Purvey
rk
\
\
; RESPON SES
-about-5h25-milHon-architec
R ¥ -----------------------c o s t-a
l
itects Shopping Mall and lli
the. rest were ob^
lB».lr*l>«r.ff»ATDAVIS
I jg y g gj
Times-Neiw wrrterf . ------------------------------estlmoled.-Wllh that inform;
rma-- •talned"ln"*neighborl
irhoods' of INN ........v
r
=
=
(rom pollsters, 37 pcrcent ot
tl
lion, fro
If the
m em bers,
TWIN FALLS —
- The current reslden
lents responding said the fin;
final
Of tlie 575 peopleJ |polled, 4:u said
generation of Twin1 Fi
Falls children will cost of Ithe pool should fall between:
voters of tho city
cn $1 they w ere registeredJ >
leam to swim in a ppool Just like the million
onand$1.5mllllon.
of Twin Falls,
one their parents
Is learned in. if
Aboul
oul a quarter of them favored
es given on most
red a . lljro u g h addresses
respondents lo a survey
su
have their pool costing
ct
between $500,000 ar
and surveys, the group later
It
determined
• ' 00 . ^
way.
$900,000
000. Only 4 percent were wlllir
illing lhal 90 percent lived[| Iin the clly and 3
end m ore thah $2 million. A bond
bor
pcrccnt lived ouLsidc
Ide the city. The
City residents woul
ould support a bond ^
lal
amount
to
be
supplementc
iddress.
.
inted
rem
ainder
gave
no
ad
to build one of thee sam
s e size, in the
additional city money to build
sam e plac6 and co.
costing the sam e
cq,
fl!?In
Respon.ses were idivided evenly
30.^
3
was overwhelmingly defeated
I
am ount as the old oni
one would have locity’s precincts,
througiiout the cit
ist.
a. a recently com- ^ “ Sust.
day, according to.a
nore respondents
althougti sliglitly mo
pleted survey by the
he 1Idaho Neighbors
Rcspc
50
spondenls also leaned toward
ird a were contacted In,, tthe Soulh P ark
50'• ^
ml
N etw ork.'
:ewer In the norHarmoi
non P ark localIon.'lhe tradition;
ional area and slightly fe\
} (the city swimming pool. JJust
u
Iheasl scction of town,
After two summen
jcre without a city
AO.
to '£
•,
^
Qjiy aisQ
GQpercent said they wantedlit
it jat
S a. pool survey. A
pool, the. 575 peop
eople polled emnon. P ark. About 17 perccnt^ o]
le city council is
ted constructing a Harmo
op* subcom m ittee of the
phatlcally supported
that site and IG perccnt did
ni draw ing up a surveymow
dnot
n to mail to all
lust more than 95 Posodi U
swimming pool. Jusl
e rth e question.
a-pool. Of«wer
rs In the next two .
reglslered city voters
p e rc e n t' said theyy wanted
\
20Few er than S percei
rcent opposed-any
When
locaweeks,
en asked to suggwt other loc:
Council memberss say lhal they ’
plan.
lions, 61
01 respondents named the high
hig
!ue that the voters
, q.
here m ust (lnd a bond issut
A slightly sm aller
2r rmajority. 61 per* school1 tand. 45 sugg<»ted somewher
bruary election or
10 or
?enl. said they woul
ould be willing to n ea r the
the College of Southem Idaho
c will support in a Febr
lout a pool for an ■
»
the city wlll^Be wilho
I
vote for a bond to buil
luild a pool. Hal( of Fronliei
;ierParic.
vady it is too late
XK}ls additional year. Alrex
the rem ainder o( Ihi
the people polled
Memb
m bers of the grass-root
low much would you pay?
j Do you want fl • Do you
w ' j Would you * 'Oc
Do you want a pool mo ! Howi
>uvvon:
It for the coming
said they would vole
the to have a pool built
le aagainst It and the organlzi
dzallon polled about half ofr th
swimming
; iiaiHafrr
somo
larmon
voiolo»acliy .
oni st20 o( Iho •__ _ :..........
:_______ oth e r hnif did noLnpmi
^afls-^sum m err-because—I
-m unicipal—pool-------— ■DOOT^---------- t —pj ik?——
nswcr^---------------.-people-f
e-respondlng-flt-the-Twln-Fon
'
Oia
‘"bon'aio
■» *X
fli Kaiffion Pa»C•poolT ;
•
oul
sbc
months
lo
■
To build a pool aboi
It 440 equipm ent takes aboi
ibout the sam e size County
build a pool? :
;y ]F a ir In September. About
. j
t
akes m anu(aclure after iltis
I: ordered.
as the old Harmonn P ark pool would perccnt
nt were polled In the Blue Lake
#
S
"i a
a
i
t
I
— -------
'
■
I
- j _ ---------- :-----------------------' V— ---------------" f -
'
ingsrwed
^ € a n y o3n^pTH
i
l
be infliluenciniig p ip e s a t C S]l
T
•
—Pett i t i o n =
iovember2i.ia84W ednesday. No'
•
oUiniedtroffl'^aeeAS .
-|
*00011
Jon business
-port-export
transportatio
lo load
g which uses an overiiead crane
c(
the 25-ton crane is not being
Hesaldth<
nmodttles In
[n «a negllgent manner, nor is Idaho agricultural comr
operated In
ilarg
e
ocean
canisters
onto
ito trucks nnd
ratus exceeding its lift ca*
ion to marine
rail ca rs for transportatloi
to
said the crane does not load
d ' ports and subsequent shipment
sl
■s world-wide markets.
canisters during odd hours
he
procedure
Is
too
dange^
s
SL 'S'ru.'e"
:ly has been
The company recenUy
I-.K * o u sln th e ddark.
a
City
>1] Co. of Idaho is an ImV necotlating with the Hansen
Hi
Tlmes-No
>^ewa. Twin F alla. Id ah o A»7
Council to mo^
move its operations to that
city. However,
ver, some of the sam e concem sralsed
!d Ir
In th^ Kimberly petition .
have: b e einn ' voiced by Hansen
residents,
ng system for a num ber off <
th e beating
eligible for rem'uneratton
Ion campus bas already beenn |Ing costs from o th v well'
In pressure requires I
<
affected by
bj the club well. Robertt drop
The KImbe;
nberly Council a o ; ^ 11
p'thew ater th«H
man,->rtjo works on the C SI—legepum
I-l
«-geothermal-^M cM anamfi
—1— -TWIN-FALLS— Tbe-j
n e ^ c d lb g{Ct
e tca recommendation from
e
tystem, says the pressure inn :system s on campus.
Country Club beaUng sysi
" I weU a t Canyon Springs; Co
lys before making a declils attorneys
reli has dropped from 37 to 177
Simcoe said another fa
geof
"iUnay have caused College
< Southem tb e CSI well
pelition request.
sion on the pell
e rs q u a re ln ^ .
<
drop In pressure wUl be
irgle a t lower pounds pers
Idabo heat pipes to gurgi
ressure drop has caused1 <
ordered regulation of a S nake R iv e r , _
The pres
^ ^ B P e s s u re s i
In
heating
^
t
e
m
pipes
hi
«
tl
canyon
well
that
has
bet
strict
and
CSI
gurgling
" = - Twin F alls Scbool Distri
s -p re s s u re and w ater from tl
m ce-.buUdlngs-on-cam pus-]
alntenanc
------ om ciaia a re wondering If the-recently—m
t
:nt pf Water
ere are no pumps to force the.
e.
The State Department
inti7 club well where there
{“Trtcreased use of tbe counti
quest for an amendmenl
:nt extension,
a convenU
ntlnued trom P age A6
enlence cenler wilh a
ifesslonal In*CoaU
vater
through
pipes,I, jResources ordered Profe
wat
i»>v^U cause permanent or only ten^- hot
ss ' ‘Nonetheless, we remalt
sin optimistic supermarket,
cet, a discount slore and
next year. If Price does
Co. of Tulsa, building ne
vestors Life Insurance Ci
m
an
says.
le
pressure
of
-M
cM
anam
t
’■'•'porary decreases In the j
itles such as a laundromat
d- lh at we can proceed with
h o<u r planned other facilitiei
o ils well in develop a knregional mall first, Woodjsent,ifw e’rebeIow ten(psl)) (Okla. to reduce the flow’ of
“ At prese
tbelr wells.
:
ie development In tho near•fulure.”
fl
....... would be aItt 1lhe
11 south end of the probad s h a ^ ."" 1late October because• the well’s bury still11 -plans to develop the
School district plantt aand facility w e’re in ( ^ l y
In his request he says
fs "a lengthy perty.
Idge property folIow[nB a
sed in accor- Breckenrldj
outflow Is not being usei
m an said the college wouldd <
coe said the McManamt
. supervisor Doyt* SImcoe
•—lead-tlm e-to-oblain anch
chor confimll*. An office
ice park and another
p lan ,h esay s.'
‘
uise.
modified pis
xiuble heating any newV idtihce with the well's llcen
River bave trou
latest drain on the Snake
Sn
le
m
ents
is
not
unusual,
a:
as
efforts
by
development
mt
that might Include a
ts
confident
enough
lhat
he
wilh its. geothermal well if
does have -an buildhigsI w
geothermal aquifer "doe
State Departmeni ,
lhe Twin Falls movie theater
Jd ourselves and others in Ihl
ater would be built on the
■sl that he has not developed
in jpressure is permanent. -..R esources__ officials. _
7 cconcemed.'.’ th ed ro p in
Impact on us. We're very
of-the-convenlence-area,--------— m arket-in-recenl-yearsi have
h
demon—west-slde-ofate plan,-hesays;------ --------s~ say s-rig h ts—to - use -ofJ available for comment Tui
cenUy finished----- Slmcoe~;
'
Theschbordlstrictrecen
:e strate d .”
ss has-been delayed-since
behindCanyor
lyon Springs Inri.
lal well water are governedd '
veil to heat the geotberinal
drilling a geothermal well
ss
The complex proposec
«d by WoodWoodbury
ry Corp.
C
now owns Unive^
lUse of “ high Interesl rotes
rings Country i960 becaus
The well at Canyon SprL
m ber of statutes. Includingg
school and to by a numb
Sawtooth Elem entary scl
IS bury would Include 300,00c
)00 square feet sityM alHnOr
1 0rem , Utah, and has been
Lable economic conditions
98210 heal the and unstafc
Club was complelcd in 198:
w ater rights filings.
<
id hot w ater . standardIwi
augm ent beating and
sr to lease lo stores in a mai
lall on the cor- involved In
tl development of an
n the
!
caused
retailers
to
delay
or
recently
been
that
have
ct
d
.
club
house
and
has
only
re
om
ey
Robert
Alexander
told
.'
ol.
CSI
atton
sytem s in the high school.
ill that
includes five'large
m n er of Blue Laicw Boulcva
vard M d Pole Ogden Mall
ti
ily
postpone expansion
ropower plant temporarily
ge’s ^ r d of Iru sle ^ Mon-I- u ^ to runji^m all hydroi
^ e d u b ’s_well th e'c o llege'
SImcM said'Hiesday;tht
department
st
it stores.
e ^ 'L in e R o a d ............
ral6r'JoeM c-“ plans:" 'W
o
A^oodbury
wrote in his' re^'
d. and fish'farrn. Club opera
college has cdnla'cleti.
3, ib u t'It's to o '"d ay nightit the
t
h a s '“ had some effects,
104
p
" W e th e state>to
U prolect ils rights to thee Collum says the well provides
early to tell" the full1 extent.
e
e degree water and is being
n g u s e d a tth e
V /C *
loI outflow, but thal Uiose
have to have a geothermal
knew we were going to ha'
;r second. The
y
'
by at least threee ra te of five cubic feet per
we may have rights aree govemed
{
draw-down of ISO feet;; wi
---------------clublouseup
* •*
club’s permit allows the cl
ilatutes.
said.
dlffem tstai
lo go even deeper," he salj
id.
*Con
e to IS cubic feet per second
lontlnued from Page A6
hoolchildren, instruction of
ider said the college m ay bc
go-ahead Monday nightll to continue Uon for schoo!
mai rctrofit on
Alexande
At CSI, the geothermal
.lhe.prograni_aLa_Tuesday_
instruction In homeapplica-______
—ways___ of_leachcrs.insU
iy_studying___ possible___
___________ _conslder_lh'
ruction for special interest
Iter resource tions, Inslrucl
establishing a compute
night meclii
cling.
jblic practice time on com:ates
and performance
:e ce n ler in the YFCA to0 supplement groups,, public
----------------Ccrtiflcat
schools, puters.
or com puter learning in the
t
will be issued and sponsor
records wll
business.theboard:
rogram would
in other bus
id Eschenburg says the proi
ill be evident to parents and
nam es will
• Received
red a S4.8S2.S8 Olympic______
ie be geared toward the 90
M pcreent of
jilike._Kschenburg.says_the„
__.ShpviLwill_go {O jon_torJiV y.nett€
__studentsjill
t e _ _ l_ _ H a g e r m ai n l s M a x w e ll r e ssiig n s
a school children who db no'
not have acess Flam e chcck'
ttck from the cross-counlry
is"a
rare
opportunity
for
n
a
ld
C
Jlm
l
p
ro
g
ra
m
Is
sli.
—
Country
singer
Ta
Tammy
HAGERMAN5T
SPOKANE, Wash.
— City council member Rons
putersathom e. . -...... - - torch fund-ral
- r a i s e r . ..............................
o^reachthalm anykids.!.’. -..tocom
.-sponsorto^
- WynettciwiJl ipake her appearance ot Cactus Pet
signed, effcctive_Dec.-iri-r 7----------------::
L fl?!li::::M ax w ell hos reslgr
ved the occupancy conlract-------gh sponsors are not bound 1°
to~ A ssistant Superintendei
ii-FS igna:---------'Aimough
jackpot d ^ l t e her■rw
r« ent bout with the flu.
in City
Council accepted U'le
The Hagerm an
<
jppori.
sny^ ^ K e n r H e a t o n ’called‘the'1
led-to-ieave-a-Spokane-ho]
>idea-“ so len --“" ““ -*“ 'chUeallhamLWelfarexents______
^
hopsllal— tjorcexpresslngre
jTegrets'dortngiheTn eeting’
— --------- She-w as-schedulcd
i^ eY F C A .
le program will become ®
a -dld!' - l n - a - l c t t e r —to -I
she had been recuper
peraling
eveninR.
Tuesday afternoon where
wh
liired 'b u f did'riot a c t'o n ...........
ixliire in lhe YFCA pro■........................yearly fixt
M Sunday night;
^ Eschenburg’s early propo
from ofluvlrusslnceS
idations
from
board
ig schedule.
grammlng
i
into St. Luke's Hospital Sunday
Si
^ lO-tb-12 computers, a pair
,,,
Wyhette checkedI in
Ron Belllsto'n'to streamline
jburfi says the YFCA board
n
F^schenbu
two shows In Spokane, acco
™_£upervJsors-flnd instrucl
rcordins. M a n charq<
nicht afte r finishingg tv
• g e d w ith a im in g1. a u ------------JA^s—
checkAvritlng—
pro*--------nued
to
express
support'nrfd
has
<iontlnl
i
lilkey:----------^
•lations direclor PristfilllTGilk
, space in the YFCA bui
. to nosplioi public reiat
lional YFCA consultants in dedicated to the-comput
offer nalioi
I of 691
and anTWIN FALLS5 - David Harold Bailey, 18,
nent consisted of rest ant
Wynette’s treatmei
pool proposal. He says the
^ Monday
the city po
Shoshone St. N.. In Twin Falls was charged
ills for modest
‘J® cenler. The proposal calls
.... tiblotlcs, said Giikey.
y.
las offered use of YFCA- fees to. defray softwaree library and
'ice-slation
YFCA has
winting a shotgun al a servic
wllh allegedly poin
ndition is good, she said.
Ms. Wynette’s condii
nd near Harmon Park if the hardw are maintenance costs.
owned land
cheduled attendant Sunday,
ly.
cc
^
Vynette would m ake her schc
. Giikey said Ms. Wyr
cs
diamonds precludes
kerStalion
need for softball
sol
an employee with the Stinke
P atricia C arr,, or
cne, Ore., Tuesday night anidd would
'
■
appearance in Eugene
ives foe the
ingofapool in the park.
Eschenburg's objectiv
ad become
the building
niglil.
a t 880 Shoshone: St. S. stated that Bailey had
proceed to Jackpot for two shows Wednesday nig
lental instruc(R R
he
center
include
supplemcr
3ard
gave
Eschenburg
the
:tcs,
accorThe
boor
}
refused
lo
sell
him
cigarette
flemoon
angry
when
she
re
jpokesman
said
Tuesday
afte
A Cactus Pete's spol
>mplaint filed with Fifthh District
ding to a comp
ca
■'
both tho 9 p.m. andd nmidnight shows in the casino's
rt InTwin
Fails.
M agistrateCourt
li
oldout.
.... 286-seat hall were sold
6 n t S
W E ’L L
BN MAIN
ByKAREN
A Selection committeeu composed
<
of
C P JIl
ewscorrespondenf
.:
_______'
TImcs-New.
tlie student’s teacher,, Richahison,
]
TO
'isl will decide
1 1 SIZE.
principal and psychologis
FILERI - Intellectually gifted and
nd If the studeni is elegible
■ r»iiM
ili,usJoday-.for-a____
--------------------- taientedsli
sludents-inthe-FilerSchool*
»l*-gram:------------- T“ -----a
e
.in tr o d u c to r y
1
th
e
Rupert
F
irst
O
irlsila
n
n
:m
.
In
I
n
C
ruz
G
arechana
•V T. *Ted^ H a m b y
irmined that a
‘
District wll
will have a formal program
im After il has been dclerr
c o n s u lta tio n .
w ith th e Rev. Ross D am p ler ofgifted, Teater
re "''T e d ’' Ham by.
nge Iheir minds.
student is intellectually gl
R U P E R T - T heodore
to challcngt
SHOSHONE - C n u C are
ircchono. 82. of
B u rial will b e In R u p ert Cemc-[;
» d a y a iM ln ld o to
B
composed of
10255 S
SIhoshone St. N.,
80, of R u p e rt, die d Tocsda
at St.
On Mond;
nday the Filer School Board
rd said a Child Study Teamn <
Shoshone, died T uesday moming
mi
Ite #3.
Twin Falls
c r ni n r a l m d o d l ) ,
»
,
Ical Center in
passed ar
psychologist,
S u ite
i
M em orial H ospital o tte
B e n ed ict's F am ily Medica
an administrative policy
cy the . principal,
p
ds m a y coll o t'th e H ansen Mor>
Je ro m e.
"■
Incss. .
,d Rlchurdson
the program that will apply
)ly nom inating, person and
tiapel in Rupert F rid ay afternoonn
—
- T _ B o m J u n e 2 3 .19M. In
,n C
CtioTOkoo C o m .-“ nlng.‘
2
,r
T lie funcrol orrangem ents
lual education
a n d o t th e church one hour
ail will prepare an Indlvldui
p 2 pereenl of students inail
sch o o l, in N onh
a n d will b c announced by
ty , N .C., lie atten d e d set
lh e service.
plan for the student that
tl 'w ill bc
n d F lorida. He
F u n e ral Chapel o f Stioslionc.
' C a rolina. California aond
ve revlew edeachyear.
Elemenlt
ntary School Principal Dave
-.r
m a rrie d L eora Bell Martli
a rtin a t Callstoga.
U o r h p r K. V anSfone
ATho Is the administrator for
for
Teater, wh(
in 1955. H e•m a^
n e r o eert
r
. C alif, in 1928. Stu! diedJ in
F IE L D — H erbert K. VanStono.
education programs in the
FA U IFH
special edt
rled L e la K roskob on JJuu n e 16. 1956. in
“g M abel J o a n n e W’uu r s te r
F aa llrfln ld , died T u cs d o y a t the
lied In Sep tem b er
92, o f F
told the board that the prodlslrlcl, toi
Son F ra n c is c o . S he died
ho m e of hhi:ls d a Jg h tc r In F a lrfid d .
label Joanne
cedure for
TWIN FALi-S ~ Mol
for Identifying and placing
1984.
Ju
n
e
15.1892.
in
T
orquay.
Devongmejj giudt
le ctrlc ai e n g in eer
Born Ju r
['• M alhieson W ureter. 9G. otff 'Twin Falls.H e w orked a s a n elcct
jdenls in the program under
n g lan d, he ottcndcd p riv ate -(lled
.
S u n d ay a tH o ze ld c lM o n
sh ire , E
En,
fo r th e d e p artm e n t of[ U«s
Ux A rm y in Uie
i
Board of'Education rules
n e ar W indsor an d c o m plelcd his
nin istralio n . They
school nea
's
B om M arch 2fl. 1889. In Bos
.F e d e ra l A viation Admlnl
)st ready logo.
lg In
57. w
schooling
I Torquay. He se rv e d fo r four slie a ttcm lcd C enlral Slate
j . m oved to A laska in 1057.
\ here he workIte
Funding through the slate
with
th
e
British
A
rm
y
d
u
rin
g
jSiil
school
bc»
t
tn
1967.
T
hey
y
e
a
r
s
wltl
'6
W
u
rren
sb
u
rg
.
Mo.,
and
lau'el
c d until h is retire m en
iCnt of.Education, Margaret
Departmen
W ar i, seclng a ctio n .in F ra n ce^,
D
•
W orld Wa;
fo re h e r m arriorje.
V m ove d to R up e rt in 1970.
m d G reece, in 1922. he e m ig ra te d •
Richardson
M)n will work part time lo run
E g y p t and
H e w a s a m e m b er of th e McUiodisl
S h e m a rrie d Clarencc
d
a
an
d
erilcrcd
tlie
U.S.
in
1923.
d and talented students, he
to C an ad a
^ !- a m r c h . th e S h rin e rs an
an d w as a 32nd
le
W u rsler on Ju n e IH. l9oa,: li' ? n «
B y DEAN s . W
U ia '
Tinies-News writer
Ul
^CA
“ p B rie
Procgram for gi
jifted stude
p O b itil u d r i e s ------ —
i IS O
- IMUillliJ
On Jum
n e 2 8 , 192S, h e m a rrie d M arjorie
"■ D egrecM nson.
«> ?•
.
I 1913. nnd
ato n . T J i c y i l ^ In Buffalo. N . Y> . ^ Mo. Slic m oved to IdalK). II.
b ro lh cn .-C lin to n .___L, John.stp
----- S u r v lv l n g - a n } :- a . bn
a he—piacemenL—process,..
— sp e n t- m o s t- o f- h e rm o r r icitd
d lK v ln lh c --------U n d c r_-O
ille. F la., flnd a
w h ere h10e 'w ia employed b y IhV lritenio- T w in -F a lis u rea . Mr. Wurs
' H am by of Jacksonville,
or parenis can sub>birsliT died on
scliool p ejrsonnei
rs
'
tional RUdlroadCo.
ail
s iste r, E lisie Lou Rosec ooff California. He
_________
_ mil names
es of_candidates forjhe pro:
OE.-'lVR..5,_1960.______:_____
>. - w a s p rec ed e d In d e a th bbyy tw
I o b ro U jera.--------- D uringlg W orid-W ar-11, h e .scrv ed .fo E ilichards. •
carm
am
bcrol
G
ram
lo
Rlc
a
r
s
w
IU
j
U
ic
C
anadian
A
rm
y.
On
>n
Mrs.Wursturwa.sa-fi!>-yeai
four y e a rs
T h e funeral will be held
hel F rid o y a t 10
ed
udent will then be screened
or Twin Falls.
Tlie sludi
thoy moved to Fairfield,
d. th e F lrs l B aptist Church ol
irtu ary Chopel in
D ec. 31.1. 1970.
1
'• ' a .m . a t H ansen Mortui
icr
achievement tests Tind other
th ro u g h acl
e d lie d M a r c h 4 .1971.
Sh e w as a life m e m lx r oIff [hc-Kaslcm
H lsw lfed
R u p e rt, w ith th e Rev. D
D avid Sm Ilh ofk'anStone w as a m e m b er of lhe
»e s ta r , se rv in g for onc year
!ar as wortiiy
means Ofdevaluations.
CV
M r. Var
-.
ficlatlng . M asonic rite3s will
v, b c perform le - m a t r o n In H ollisler. Slic alst
llso w as a c liv e
- ^ r r : ------C tiu rc h ooff England, an d a m e m b e r o f lhe
V. / c d u n d e r Uie d irectionI of
of lhe
I AF an d AM
of Tw in
In th e T w entieth C entury Club
C
U gi lo n .
follow U iescnrlce.
U ritisJiU
N o. C5. C rem ation will foil
ivlng o re: a dougiiter, B everly
ly F n ll.s .___________________
Survlvln
F r ie n d s m a y call a tt th
th e H ansen Mor- .
insr’brT J'oiriT " ” iJBfc^jjj|
d.
S u rviving a rc : tw o sons
G askill of Fa irfield ; and a g randchild.
tu a ry on F rid a y .
•O
lson
of
Ham
ilton.
Ohio,
W
u
rsler
of
W
auw
otosa.
Wi
Wi.s..
an
d D r.
J lx r ^
its th a t m em orial
RoxoneO I
T h e fam ily su ggests
lu n e ra i will bc held F rid a y ol 2 C .F . W u rsler of Tw in F alls;
s ; a d a u g liler,.
T h e fun
contrib u tio n s m oy be
be m a d e to th e
th M a rjo rie W. Sorenson of Sun
un Clly. A ril.:
.
elation
p .m . in DDeem aray ’s Gooding C hapel, wllh
a i—
t- su v u l^^;ran d chlid^cn ^ nllle^
CTffrat’Brand^--------------- ---------------------tm m c vrr:nn o y 2 lc m a n n o fftc in tin srB u ria
c lilltircn; a n d tw o sisters. Zt
ZelloSwinncy
'f;.' ...
will b e In
in !E lm w ood Cemetery,
F red a F. M iller^
ri- o f T errc.H au lc, lnd,, an d Bemlce
Bc
DcnnI'iV-i.
F rie nid
d ss m a y call a t the m o rtu a ry Fri*
was preceded
‘fw ">m |
:rIng
o
f
Chlllcothe.
Mo.
She
w
im
9
a
.m
.
until
the
tim
e
of
th
e
scrF . M iller. 75. of
day fro m ■J.
R U P E R T - F re d a1 F.
In d c alh by th re e brotliei
liers
and
,two
R u p e r t.d le d T u c s d a y a tthh e r homo.
jilslcrs,
,
.
- .
B o m J u n e 7, 1909, in iA rtis, S.D .. sh e
T lic funcrol will bc held toi
lo d a y o t3 p .m .
D akota a nd m a r- J O S e poh
n F. S n o w
w ns e d u c a te d In SouUin Di
- f n t W hite M o rtu ary a» ap e l.. w
wllii lhe Hcv.
-S
In Seifridge,
N.D .,
JE R O)M
M E — Josep h F . -Snow. GS, of
rie d Rudolph M iller in
S
riol will bc In
>
Qf Gil M yers officiating. Burli
V d lcd Monday a t his h om e afle r
sy fl
farm ed In South
Je ro m e,,
on M a rc h 1, 1928. T hey
S u n set M em orial P a r k . . .
n d ed Illness.
a nexte ndc
D akota a n d m oved lo9 M eridian In 1930
F rie n d s m a y cali a t Whil
hlte
Mortuary
^
T h c fuun te ra l arran g e m e n ts a re pending
....... -O D d to R u p e rt in lt>45. Mr M r. M iller died In
ly
from
9
o.m.
'
'
'
i
Chapel
in
Tw
in
F
a
lls
today
III b c announced by .Uie Hoveond will
1972.
sort F u n e ral Chopel In Jc ro m c:------;■
of tho C hristian
Robertsort
S he w as a m e m berr o:
"*■
Grongc
ond senior
C hu rch, th e R upe rt G
ra
c ltlzensorganlzotion.
S urv iv in g a re : f lve;
e ;ss o n s; A lbert A.
B ----------- ------Ilcr and Donald L.
M iller, H arv ey L. Miller
Waiter U M iller of
M iller, a ll of Boise, Wall
IR o se B eatty, uo. oi t rruiU
u and. and
-------------- C hom ult. O rc ...an d E:,_^W e a l c y ^ c r j ) l ------ j e r o m
iMI & « -T h o funeral-for-A.-Waido—
rt
fo rm erly of G o o d ln ^ w h ordledSundoy;-------------------d
e rs , A nna Catm ull, H an d y '884
R u p e rt; Uiroe daughters.
4 . o f Beaverton, O re., and
_
'
will b e held today a t I p.m1.. iat the Potter
L o rc e n K . P a rk in ond E m
r m a Ja n e D e n o .
fo rm erly
y o f Je ro m e, wiio died Sunday,
!tt.
Burial will
*'
F
u
n
e
ra
l
Chapel
in
E
m
m
ett.
A m elia, w lllb e lie
li today a t 9 a.m . in th e Hovpa ll o f R u p e rt; fourr sisters,
s
lield
1
0 , Ccmetery. '
,1
b
c
a
l
B
ram
w
cll,
Idaho,
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system qf noblllly calledI the
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*»iicii youu ccuniiiii^lon a sculptor to}
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know whethej
:lher th e y ’d bee n to s e a too .T
21 H o m s o u n d
lot perfectly invariably fir
deadly poisonous, if not
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long, o r mayl
2 3 P la n t p a rts
lay b e th e ir e x p erience w ith
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prepared?
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hought to be significant, as5 Indescendingorder.are:
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29 F o o d l l a
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lugu soup are fact, about th<
but those who do nol eat fuj
36 R oquoat
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The Associated Press
"ess
I Provo
a|
'0 against
Washingtoi) and UCLA.
But
It Nl
No.l? Is BYU really as good as
_______ PROVO, Utah — I— It’s hard to comJ \
raska,-or Oklahoma, orTexdis?-;-------- —
'p'r^O Td fcUignarnw
med the No.l college-----think we’ve Improved,'-’ Edfootball team , “becai
ecause It’s llko'comIs says. "WhcUicr Uiey've come
. la s nifnost from now
lor-w e’ve-gone-up.-I-donHknow;--------lowhere lo the t o p , --------A
AN N -A RBO RrM lch.-(A P>—
■— -'nie-------“
We
opened
the
a
season
against
•
Evcrybc
said Brigham Youni
rybody's been beating each other,
lung foottuill ( ^ c h
' Uni'
Inlverelty of Michigan wUI ge
get an
"
M iami (Florida) wh
vhen Uwy were
Undefea
efeatcd toams are kind of a rarity
LaVell Edwards.
Invl
ivltaUon.Saturday to ploy agi
against
No. 1 and now we hov
ove Uie opportunow."
The BYU Cougars
are, ranked No. 3 a
No.
Io. l>ranked Brigham Young
g Ir
In Uie
p
J
nity
to
play
(he
post-s
t-season
No.
I
—
oklahi
week ago, took over
ov< the top spot
Jahoma and Oklahoma Slate,
Holl
lollday Bowl and the Wolver
Brigham
Young.
■
.
which
Tuesday. In The Asso
:h n:
meel Saturday for the right lo
ssociated P ress colwill
'III acccpt Uie bid, uhlvereit>
sity of- k
^ - ^ ^ 2
"We recognize Uiat
st It's going to be
ropreser
lege foottull poll,, ousting
ou
N ^ ra s k a ,
flcii
esenl Uic Big Eight Jo Uiri Orange
cials said Tuesday nlcht.
■ fc. ? tough game._buL
Lwe!re_looking----- BowI.-ai
which lost to Oklahon
homa 17-7 and nudgi,-are-2-3-thls-week-after-being--------An opening in Uie Dec. 21 Hoi:
Holiday
I
jT
m
forward
to
It.
I
think
v
:
w
e're
fortunate
sixth
ar
Ing aside last week
dqu
1 and fourth, .respectively, last
sek’s No. 2 school.
lowl was created Tuesday wher
hen the (ft
wiUi Uic difficulties8 we've
V
had this
week,
South Carol Ina, 33'2!
-2! loser to Navy.
goul
ouUieastem Conference borred
bai
>
■ H y e a r to h av e' a op]
ipportunlty like
The0 1rankings underwent some
‘■The only problem
cm with being No. I
n fo.
q 4 Florida from Uie Sugar B
r
Bowl,
____I
this,’’Schembechlero
r
added.
wholcsdl
Is th at we’ve got the Aggies to worry
esdlc shuffling after Oklahoma
^vhe
'here Uie SEC champion has on .
about this week. Hopof 58 firet-place
beat No.
No 1 Nebraska 17-7, dropping
BYU received 40 ol
lopefully.Ifwebeat
quIo
ulomatlc bid, or any oi
other
'omhuskcre
to seventh placc, und
Utah State we can slayNo.l,”
sta
hesald.
qqostseason
3{^
possible
i,lfiO-_thcC
om
,
votes.and
1.124
of
a
ploy because of N(
1 . probably would
“ The
NCAA Ing Uiot Aubum.
'hey don’t have a ^ a t won-lc
Edw ards, a Provo
second-ranked SouUi
n-lost points from a nation
jvo native who has
3nwide panel of
Navy/ upset
t
iles violations.
Sugar
Bowl
under
record,
move
Into
the
Su
rd,
but
they
do
have
a
go
llna
lived in Utah all his life, well
fiow sports writere and spo
portscastere. “
Carolina 38*21.
s,"
Unlverelty
of
troditlc
lg
conconfercnce
rules,'
Aubum,
which
was
being
Itional
football
name,"
Joi
lahom a received seven flret*
rem em bers the decac
John
“ iw ishw edldn'tha
fiaveagam ethis
Oklahc
cades when football
tic Director Don Reid,I. executive
e
ines for Michigan AthleUc
Idered ahead of Uie WolvCrincj
director of Uie HollHo
and 1,053 polnis, while
a t BYU was anexercl
week and I could sitI back
b
and enjoy , P'ace2 voles
v(
jrclse In futility.
tho tpnm’g nnniinl day—
&
>vo Into—CaQbam.sald.aLah
£owl.-sald-of.U)o-Woiverini
hom aSlate,-a-!6-10wlnnerover---------- i
rsold-or-BYU’s - -O klahon
--------------- “ R ealistically,-^u
rinesr-it-m orer*"Edw ards'£
^u-w ouldn't-think------- JioUday^wibldr-would movo
:
rcprcfootball
bonquct.
ie
Sugar
Bowl
as
Uie
SEC’s
rc
.
who
eni
ended
Uic
regular
season
wiU
viUi a ranking. ^‘Every Ume
had Uiree firet-plocc
1
som ething like that
lat could happen,"
no I Uilnk about
Iowa1 State,
Sl
E>ec.
1.
“That
would
IcaN
avc
an
opening
in
(^5
recc
ecord.
entaliyeif
it
beats
Alabama
De.
tsandl,042points.
said Eklwards, “ but
)ut that's what colIto reollty by Uie
ballots
a
it. I'm Jolted back Into
" Iff thc
1
“ We've talked lo Uie Holiday
E
ly Bowl'
Holiday Bowl," be said. “ I Uilnk
invitation Is tender
Iwards said he believes Brigham
“c rw thought of playing Utah
U
lege athletics is all about. I know
Stale" in
Edwar
d
nd they indicated wc would1 be
tn In- Saturday we fullyf 1expect to Bct an w e're
e definitely
going to play." Mid
sa
lg will
win the national champlth at’s a trite statcmc
imcnt, but Il's tiiic.
“n*’
U)c^ Cougare' final regular-season
r
Young
m
lolldavBowl."
MichiR£
mcon- invitation to the Hoi
igan Coach Bo Schembechlc
onslilp
Ip If
if the Cougare beat Utah State
le."
.'’Iited
'" If Florida was ruled oul,, mi
nlcf- gam eSaturday.
Anything Is possible.'
Satunio^
rday and make a good showing in
When Edwards look
loo over the reins
the Dcc
Dcc. 21 Holiday Bowl against
In 1972 afte r 10 years
are as a BYU asslsEdw
dwards, 54, a former llneihon
non at 8-1 and U-l.
thinkw
i
we've
got
as
good
a
cloim
or
io
n
It
Hawaii,
Edwards
is
Isn't
conceding
a
Mlchleai
Igan.
tant, the Cougarsi had
hs won Just one Utah
hS
State, decided early on Uiat
lat the
Docs BYU, whichii <
owns major col- as anvhi
----------------------------- niUvw
^------------ WAetitle,-in-1905,-anc
-would4»hapd^H)t-to^frU^-Ulat---------inw H nidiieverbeen~'only^
n v a y U je ^ o u g arsT o u id ^ Itre
'est current winriion there'sbceTion’equaiiiatl
zatlon
"1 don’t care whol
lot Uiey say. Con- way. particularly
poi
If we took good in
to a p o s t 'W ^ n bo
bowl. Sinw then, sistent
ently was tb throw’thc footb:
oUjaii.'ihg streak of 22 gai
>ames, but which of talent
ent In collcge football."
ference gomes arci tough
t
no m atter doing• it,"
it,' Edwards said. "H hlstorvis
BYU h as won 10
0 WAC
\
titles and Adopll
pting thc aerial game as a wa)
■vay of plays one of Its ct
easier schedules.
Andi as
a for Uie Cougare' schedu
eduIe.__JVhoJhey-are.—he-sa
saysrpolntlngout—an-lndlci
dicatloh, the team Uiat goes inld
------- played- In nine post-season_.bowl_liferB
po
'
-BYU-bcglnnlnglnl976
reeled
ied off-deservc tobc ranked i
n
ficlu
a
es
victories
over
PI
Pittthat
BYU
has
upgrai
raded Its schedule
_________ g a m e s ._____________
___________________season
a?naofg-3. 9-2. 9-1. IM . 12- 1. li ___ “ I UifnK ,so.!L-Edi
:dwarit3_says.."I ^ u r ^ihr^ B a y lo rr-A lr^ F o rc e —a
—and—in-recent-yeare-ando;
—--See
^
BYU w P ag ? BT----lopcnsTiextfall-in------------
Michiganeagrees-toifaceCoifugars-MHolidayE
V a ni d c d s ,, 1 S U ,
B o i ss e t a g j g e d
"^ § ' '
f o r bb a s e nm e n t
SO T
In Bigg Ski; pre-seeason poll
BOISE (AP) - • The
t ; Weber Stole They ”p
"picked 'defending confcrem
Wildcats, who finish
ulshed the regular champi'
Iplons ' Nevada-Reno secon
1983^ Big Sky ba
basketball season' Montan
;ana third, Montana Stale.four
with a league best
s t 12-2 record and and Nor
<{orthem Arizona flfUi.
represented thc confc
inference in thc NaThec ccoaclics lapped Boise State
te ios
tional Invitational1 T
Tournament, has sixth ftfollowed by Idaho and Idal
daho
been picked to winn this
Ui season's con- state : While thc writere gave Idal
daho
ference crown.
’Statef th
Uie slxUi spot wlUi Boise SState
la
Both the league’s
!’s icoaches and its and Idi
Idaho rounding out Uie eigh
sports w riters made
I Wildcats the team co
de the
conference.
favorite In the Big
5
Ig Sky
In the conin addition
ac
to Weber State, thc
U
ference’s preseason
son poll released coaches
ies, gave firel-place votes 1to
•
Tuesday.................
Nevada
ida-Reno, Montana and Montar
Itana .Weber State, whlc
'hlch (Inlshed lost s ta te while
w
Uie writere graced onl
only
;
•at.23^.overall
roll, after falling to:..Nevada
idoiRcno andJVlonlana wlUr thelr..'
the
r
;inlng~!Q~p~vnt&~ -I/ ■. . ,
; 7. SbuthwcsCEoulatSfltL
............. cond round,-gamered
red 49 o ftfS o sslb lo -^ r Boh«
fiools have already hatfexhlbH
ilbitl_______ SG points, from thele 1league conchea.. on warn
irm ups, the-1984-85 campaign
0
•not— —
who picked the Wildc
ildcQls to finish no flcially
Iy begins Friday as Nevadi
'adaworse then second.
m eets No. l l Ncvada-U
i-Las
I
The w riters gave(theWildcats
th(
130of VcgM
s, ,' Idaho State balUes In U
Uie
a possible 170 points,
]ts, Including 12 of Q reatt Alaska
.
Shootout and Idah
their 17 first-placee vvotes, as no one lakesi on
or UCLA. On Saturday, Webt
picked them to flnl
finish lower than State Joins
Jo: the action agoInsl'Callfo
ilfo'r~
third.
nia Stat
tate-Northridge, Montana Stal
State
Both th e coaches
t
a and
the writere faces Eastern
E
Washington and No:
Nor*
agree on the next four
fou spots as well.
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■
I t ’s a s te ^i a l
^
M ’S !Davis AL
I
Kimberly’s rG
C e o i i i a B i i S v h m T ^sU
^ ieball
i ^ u r t after
e r a steal as two Glenns F’'erry
er defenders purst
■sue during Uw BuUdogs’ 45-3
5-34Can*
tool}kieqf\,^ e a r H
yon Conference
V
» victory
Tuesday d g h t over
rUI ie
visiting PUots.
I. I1tie Bulldogs improved Uwlr
\h
league record to
to!20 with the decision.‘n w icono
, -
d re a ^p come tm e. I1ils is really
iy tan Baltimore outfielder
ler Mike Young
The Associated Pre
lamatlon m ark to a fantasticc e:
Press
exclan
cx- (3), Boston pitcher‘ fRogcl* Clemens
perien
ience and a fantastic season.
(2), Kansas City'' pitcher .Mark
NEW YORK: - SeatUe flret
“ IItt talt adds up, and it comesI to a Gubicza (1), Bostonn |pitcher Al Nipbasem an Alvin Da
Davis, who started focus
IS a; t a particular point In tlmi
Lime, per (1) and Califomi
mla pitchcr Ron
the season in Uie
the minor leagues. Today
ay ju st happened to be that poii
point Rom anick(l).
Tuesday was named
na
American in my I
Davis, 24, startedI Uie
t season wiUi
League Rookie of Uie Year by Uie - " I[ nover
n
took It for granted,"" h1e . Uie Marinere'. Salt L
Lake.Clty- farm—
B aseball Writere
ire Association of added.
ed. " I’m just grateful I was able
abl
club and ■was call<
lied up In the
A m erica.
to w ;in.
in . Mark had a fantasUc seaso
tason season’s flret weel
iek when Ken
D avis received
z of Uie 28 flret- also,). iand it was probably a- toug
d 2S
ough Phelps suffered a bn
iroken hand. Hc
.
p lace Votes and: toi
totaled 134 points, _cholce
Ice. (for the writere to make),
:e). I took over a t flret ba
b a s e _ a n d .b a t ( c d .^ I ^ H l
beating team m ate
iteMaHc L an ^ tb n .. hopeil
e it’s good for Uie SeatUe ^ ea 1to .284 wiUf 27 honie nin
uns and 116 runs
who had 82 points.
its. Langston, a pit* m ake
I official Uiat we do have8 th
<e It
the batted in.
C h e r , received the
c
(leoUier
Uiree first- brigjit
;ht ^ t s In the American Leagi
ague
He repre^nted Sea
eatUe In Uie All-,
______,
place votes, and he and Davis were__ in Uiej
___ S tar Game and ‘bee
le young playera."
e c a m e _ U ic _ f l r e t L ^ ^ ^ |
the ohlyT)lay6nTn
s n a m ^ on all 28
butf
utflelder Kiri>y Puckett of MinMli
Mariner to win a BBVV
(WAA award. Hc
—ballots.::' ...............
.............. — '--------- nesota
olnts- -and'Langston - beca
>ta-fInl3hedUilrd-wlUi-23poInl
:am e Uic f I r e t ~ ' | H H
■‘I'm very excited
ited,” Davis said In and second
se
baseman Tim Teufel
fei <
of teamm ates to finish11*2
!• In the rookie
a conference callIto
to SeatUe from his UieTw
vote since Fred Lynn
rw ins was fourth with five.
in and Jim n ic e _
/A L V IN D A V IS
hom e in RIveraidc
Bide, Callf.“ It ’9 a '
Also
Iso receiving votes wet
were ofBostondidltlnI975
ra.
W
tVl ln n e r f o r a l o s e r
♦ ■:
By.JOHNKEKISS
te s t w as Glenns Fei
Ferry’s confereoce opeaer.
Details on UUs aod other girls high scbool
basketball ganwsI follow
foil on P age B2.
Thoirnpson,, Uribe,
^ Hannlah all-1
-league,
H
■
■
K
TWIN FALLS - Three
Tl
Twin F alls
OUier
ier all-conference seiectionif^v.
High School runnel
lers.. hayc_.becn... mado.by
i.by.thc league’s cross c o u n t^ ’ ’' ’
s e l^ te d to Uic all-G
•Gem Slate Con- cooches
ies at a m eeting here Monday,
fcrcnce cross countiy
1 m.
y tea
were Mt
Marty Stroscheln, Rob Rene.
Richard Bumdt,
K
They are senior
»r Rod Urlbo,
gHumphreys.
;
Dana Lawless, Nicole
>■'
freshm an Jenny Han
innah and junior lo ^ ^ Gebo,
,
her
and Jenny Nyo of conference
RacheleTliompson.
'i
champloi
iplon Highland'; Dan Russell,
I,----------Uribe-finished-fIfU
(th a t the slate Travis
Gi
Is Guse,
Doug Simpson and Mar- • .
Class A cross country
ry m eet in Idaho cyJcnsei
nsenof Idaho Falls; Teri Seeley,
- -i:*‘'all5'l8St~monUi afti
fter winning Uie Wade! V
Wyatt and Ken Aho of
District 4 title a wei
veek earlier and Pocatello
tello; Colcne Rlchert of Sl^llne '
finishing eighUi in the
le IGem State Con- and Mari
larileeB Jom of Bonneville.-----------_fercnce m ee tjn early
te.Qclolicr, HanSlrosc
t eJn _ an d _ U w Iess._ . boUi______
?sch
nah was tlie girls' distr
Strict A champion seniore,-'
re,-were named the-boys’-oijH"
and finished fourth In the conference girls' runnere
run
of the year In the
.meet; 'Hiompson finli
nished second at State,
district and seventh in
In the Gem State
Thei coach
c
of the year w d f S ^ ' '
___ I m eet.
Highland
and’s Bob Conley.
B Ha
ForGjoodiniigfootbiyall, COI14M fee ]you airn^t seern nothitin"y e t
Some Haft-baked observations
ob!
concemlng
B uta
. a sufficient num berof comp<
npctent
school quarte
irterback exercises this talent
nt near- things. Shoshone
ic sc
scored 20 points in the final
. last weekend’s stateBhi:
high school football
Senator
Iy as consiste
xire will be back In 1985. OnIthe
Ui lino
stenUyasSlmlsdocs.- *'
. period, bul Uiere
Wl never any danger of Uie '
tt was
playoff finals:
(joodini
ing will have Chad Mink, Tod
■odd Floyd, • '
Lum
berjacks
loslnj
islng their enormous lea d .'
C
h
ris
'
Granted, the splitUni
Ungof the A*1 classlflca.Kevin1E
Esterbrook and Kevin M urr
jrray returnMaybe I’m
’m Just shMkcd l^ a iis e it wai
issell
replied when asked
.-as
my
"G
otm
e,"R
usse
■ tionandsanctlonlngof
;o f the elght-man champl*
H a ft
ing.
flret time to
s. a coach run up Uic score
to see
lamepasslng. “All I wanted to
re. But
about Uie late-gami
more crowns to be won. It
onship created two moi
More
reover, the Senatore will keef
eepplentyof what CouncU'
icU's L a n y RusseU did In lastIt
irethcy
(the Indians) wero
do was make sure
tl
should neverthelessI be pointed out that Uils
—
depUiIa t Uie skill positions. Tightt ei
end Bryan
Saturday'ss elght-man
eli
final agolnst Shosl
3shone ' (tjehlnd)."
y ea r’s three finalists3 —(3oodlng, Oakley and
c
n has amassed 19
D arcy/ iand running backs Tim And
Jiderson,
■ wasappalllng
ling and Inexcusable,
This StlU doesn’t)
in’t explain why he employed. Jgy,Shoshone—composed
ledUieFom lhDUtrlct’s
v
[leleata----------------SteveG
GibbsrWlIliam
Novis,-Steve
ve B im ieand...... Nothing wa
was wrong about Uw 34^ flret
Lvlnghls q u a r te rt» c k ;M |ttjf iB ^ ^
st*half - . -strategy llkehavlni
ion since Uie advent of Uie coach In 1983,BobMII]leanhi
largest representation
It, ot coursc,
Dannyy 1Dally are all Juniore except
spt for Blmle, advantageIUie
Ui« Lumberjacks built. Andlono.
0
Irth down out of
longpassonfourUi
odefi
;nments In 1977. Previous* vlctoriesagalnstjusttw
m
A-l th ro ii^ A -4 allgnm
hool.collegeorpn}.
asopho
nomore who contributed migj
il^tU yto
hardlycouldl
ildhave expected Matt Jenklni
Insto
wiUislighUylessth
ISthan five minutes
c
Sestnumberofflnalists
f«Champions rarely repeat,
ly, the district's largesi
M
tonahouldal
Goodlni
Ing’s
semifinal
triumph
over'
erTeton.
triphim
selfd
if
during
his
84*yard
klckoff
re
return
CouncUup47*12.
WheUier
it’s on Uw high schoo
jnTw
h
was two in 1982, when
1 lnFalls(A -l)and
on
Conference
tiUe
Then
in Uiere’s Junior Todd Simis.
1
i . Further
which opened
w d Um second half and hoistet
«d
Russell said be
w Ie
le fts ta rte ra In tw c a iw fS K S P ^ . -.'
level. Yet Um Senati
idied Uielr respecUvetlUe fesslonal
a
'M urtaugh (A-4) reaclk
lofthelrtop
droolini
Ing over his skills will be done
}Deatsome
CouocU'sIead
eadto4(H).
rln g p la v e i^ w e re ln lu r^ .'•
least contend for tbe Canyon
(
----------------------------------------H
-----------gam es.----------------■
—
graduate------ latertia
daterFornow let's Just sayrthatUwugh-------WfiKcanyt
th
a you say, however, aboufa co
coach'
H m m iS rdIHi?n»i
Fnimcea w^wl^lot of Lumber*'*
. ?
again
next seam n. Sevendiks^wUI
of
champion Gooding's 12-0
n
Additionally, A-3 cha
DonnyKlrUand.
o
n
e
o
r
t
T
two
A*3
quarterbacks
may'p
ypossess
whokeepsmo
most of h lu ta rte re in Uie enti
itlre
Jacks limping aro
u Uw Minldome field dm^.
round
en and defensive baoks^
[Irst Ume an area teamen* -linem
w
record.m arked the first
=Doi
**»«lP ^U a]
s t r o dser
e arm s Uian Simis, noneow
own his
gam e and ord
ordera p a ^ on seven plavasjoutof..
a
J n g pre-gam e drUls
rUl8. Must be rough standing
next
spring,
as
wUl
U
cker
Mn since Murtaugh’sll-o . p
coring dim en sio n ''^ p rese nncetrf-mind
t
to eearch .to rrr-ft
r^ d a b U U y — uuathefourti
urUi i)uai ti!f ~ 6 q u a i^ r whlc
ilchon Uiose sidelines,
c i, Coach?
e s,d
whose
extra-point and fleld*gi
CSl
sincebw m lnghead
n
perform ance In 1982.
.to p assi
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f smalls. No
began wlUiCc
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• SeeHATI
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b anlu to Uielr decided heig
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e r s a n d Increa sed whittie a.I, m
PotUo 2. Wallt a. S trso ii a. IWalt! ll
thrashed
e d the Gldins F e n y Pilots
4
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ts45*
it throughout the flnal
I
JSh - Nebtker 6. B. Cumintat e. A daa t 4,
jCanyon Onifereoce duel Tue
ruesShoshone’s Julie H ibbard led all M urtau*Rodmans,
3, W
Wanl 10. Bate* 1, C a trk r 3. a . CtssSht,
scorers wlUi 16points.
btala!_Ulfr3831S4._ _
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—
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out: OaUey. Wbiulo, Poltto. »poW
............. S 14 M 48
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i F e rry with tbelr 1-3-1 matchi
............. • U 37 '3i soala: None.
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zone deft
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aeyfcWytUI.OaieyS. _
,
,
Pllor-jtrekm iiV aii^
ference,
e, managed Just five baske
SXetS Uaebul0.DavltlTDUU:l
1: 179-14 t > « L J - 39- U e C l Of o
n3 9
nber- piou
Uuee quarters. Klmbe
■ ■ M A k i l l i B over thle
e first
I
W c u iddee l l 2 8 ____________________
Shoitwao-O'Maiey 13. IU««dt«.PeUrtooi.
IUI
ich Terry -D o ^ explaiydd his
b
1 - T W .n r g r a r —
----------- 5WM
1 0 — Decio got tialaoced scor*
fe
you’ve got
p Uu«e girls who are 61feet
rtuM out: PUer. Oarey;
ly: Sboaooe. PeUnoo. ing from
xim Its r e b a r s and good
ik e a ‘n>re»polat9Mlt:Fikr,Jan>
ui)ioreik(3).siwdwoe. defensee T
l
noittitoMM
talJan d aa 5-0 giri wbo can Jump lUce
Tuesday
night in take a 99-28
Ctrey.
atn U B S M D w r ;6-footer.
r...” .
Canyonfl Conference
C<
girls* basketball
Audra
■a Urie’s 15 poinU led U
vic to ryr ov
over U sa Hurst paced Uie
O a k le i> 4 6
gs, who also got 10 from CinC
Bulldogs.
H ornets
v
s wlUi.
16 points WhUe Dee
o to<t M u r t a u g h 3 4
nb, “ We were getting a lot
w » m ......
Holcomb,
B ailey odd
added 11. Nikki R utter led Uie
I and
Uiird shots," Dowd said.
sali
M URTAUGH-Shei
le rri J u d d sco red T ro ja nswIUiiOpoInts.
s wl
beo
^
I F erry 's Barb J(4ianek led
a
id all
11 of her 16 points in1 Uie
t second half
............................a u 15 «
scorers3 with
\
16 points, followed
t
d by
Tuesday a s Oakley rm ad e effecUve
.......
.......................................... la ai n 31
:ing'si3.
jm r
KelllKint
use of its fast breakk Ito w in Ils first
s ^ ,d ii:l -- 1 Bodily 3. ButUr 10. Davit 7. a Beoberly edged Glenns F erry
I
7 \n
gam e of Uie season, 4^34
4
o v er M ur- nett 3. Dunn
I M e J e a B i M . Klmbe:
imn i3. Quidor l. PeUraao I. Kaanlty 3.
ToUlt; UM4
llor varsity preliminary, 39-36.
Uiejunlor
1M4173S. •
>-36. taugh.
- Bailey it, Matthowi l. Hunt 1«. Oorti a.
The Hornets domina
nated Uie boards
X K e n ^ l.TD(ala; 1411-23U30.
.......... I U S3
erry ...............
t ............................... u a n2 2 1" ^ M a^ c Valley’ (C onference enA: Oedo, M a ttte n . Thro»i»lat gaalt:
wk iIt. counter.
Davit.
p^ tiy - C. Joiwaik X B. Johviek
Wendell. DavU
JB fc r
atom re
n 1 Kln« IS. m v e n 1. TdUI* tl l4I-S
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16 spark'TVTMUntalhTIdme'to'
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3uUi*Central Idaho Conferenc
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at
20-2 In Uie
Uie first quarter. Burley cam
up to ' within
w
Iwav
six points mldwa
through1 the
U fourth quarter, but coul
ould
;et closer.
aTJHrSSTuM^ neverBet.
ruia DeJong paced the Bobcat
Jotianni
points, while teamm ate CamI
W fin is a E l- d e ,- wlUi!6po
ns added 15.
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the tq>set
set W inner of the BSg Sky postle writers. MSU GHt«;Nooe.
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im*—had.40.5 points among8 tUie c o a ch e s.ja .._ p ji „ _ - 4
tournam ent last spring, claim*
season itw
---------rthernA itE O fuoM ^AAdamsState:
d
lU got 34 points
T ue^v ^ 8 theBlileague's automatic berthI tn wiUi Uie writers. NAU
; M (»taoa ofwns It*Kseason
tt
from
the
coaches,
62
fro
:rom
U»e
writers.
•
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h
o
s
n
lAA
Division
I
tournament.
But
i
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o
n
e
3
8
Ito^wSueBSje
theNCA/
agsinit WacooilfrStou
om Uie coaches.
SHOSHi
>)f Paci( dron>ed Uie openerrto
to BSU had 25points fron
a m n a lg n Dec. 1 the Wo)f
JHONE - Flier held Shoshon
S ta te l U r t s Its cami
hed 45 from the writers,>. Idaho got 22 to eight1of 29 field goai attempts In Ui
Ig to n . Nevada-Reno finished
m SS.
Washingt
ragaltttt E actem WariUn
« A fter flniablog tlw r
tw ith a mediocre 7*7 cot
lavada-Rano wa»
la n d 17-14 overaU. Nev
TURKEY
:Y SHOOT
B u r l eey43
j,
375 AMP (4
(. Y e a r ) ........... .
315 AMP (;(3 Y o o r)
SIZES
ooli points from Ute coache
hes and 32 from second h£
5.S points in Uie coaches poll
half and five of 13 frornI Uie
th
the w riters while Idal SUle com- Ireclhrov
) In th e w riters balloting.
*ow line to take a 45-38 Canyo
lyon
m anded 17 points frph
om the coaches confercnc
mce girls' basketball victor
tory
got 42 points from the . andSlfltim thew rU era.
ynlght.
Tuesday
n
........................
ALSO
5 1 3 M in id o k a A vo.
/o .
Twi
vln F olU , Id a h o • 733
7 3 3 -7 3 1 1
MonUn
lana
H a f t-
p „ ,B i
' D ^ nng
g th at travesty of a fourUi
Justice isn't always serv
irved. What re# Oootimiedflrod Pa
.
• • quarter,
r, at aood-naturedxeferee (If.--- r-..melnsCertalnlsUiatSal
Jalurday-monj-'” -’
important tat
tothemr-’ -------- - you’re w
c
woiidng
a ^ m e starting at 9
ing in Pocatello Russell
ill plainly provRusseU said of hit flnt-i
st*stringers.
a.m., you
vu had better be good-natured)
ed) ed h e’s a first-year head
adcoachw ltha
‘They’ve workedharts
rdaUyear."
mused that
thi someday in the future, a
tsmanshlp.
lot to leam about sportsi
— :— Which Implies that winn
Innlngtbe
teamwou
rould unmercifuUy Uirash
championship was ualro
ilmportanttothe CouncU.
t
I. handing Russell his comeupipreserves, wbomalingen
jered Umnigh
pance.
O iiis f/a/t Is a sportssvw
v /fer/or The
practices.
I don’t’t know
ft
about that, because
I'imeS'News.
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the bowls N o.l WlU get
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F u q d s s oo ii u g h t f o r p l aa i y e i r
lly Bengal Foundation Is
Idaho State University
p o ^ t o x l o -- Tlie
t
rroolball player'w fio'Is '
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*Grlmniett;*an ISUTi
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1
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ment for cancer.
undergoing trratmei
j l ltln
l l g o f players.
v e r y c o m p le x ." p r im a r •lly
ll ; th e I m p a c t i n t h e r e c nru
TheAssoclatedPress—
lomevrtio started in 1983
. . G r l m m ^ a l l nQ^^ d c e r from Mountain Hon
: aA
a placed the G ato rs on
T h e N CA
o f U ie p u b lic r e c o r d s laiw
w In' t h e s t a t e
was.dlsagnoscd
se
’and was a starte r*a t Uie beginning of tbe lastI season,
I h r e e y e a rrss p robation, which m a y be
la .
—
The
k
o f F lo rid a .
BIRMINGHAM, Ala,
wr in his abdoman. He
a malignant tumor
In Septem ber asI having
lu
to
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I
F o r m o h j th a n a d e
Southeastem Conference
X k n o c k e d N o.
alUe on Nov. is and has
ie nm am iw t r a n s i ^ t in SeaU
underwent a bone
them from televibai
— U ie S K C h a s d e f e r r e d ai n y le a g u e a c - b e h a v io r , banning
4 Florida out of Uie bo w l p i c l u r e
_ '
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ty of
ever since a l U»e University
i Washington Cancer
; been hospitalizedI ev
w l app ea ran ces”ajid reducC“ U on a g a i n s t a c o n fe re n c ee sc h o o l u n til s io n o r b o)wl
n y d e c l s ^ 'i o n
Tuesday but delayed any
T reatm ent Center.
r.
:otaIl scholarslilps by 20 o v e r
I
a f t e r U ie N C A A h a s Is s utied
e a f in a l n il- I n g t h e i r tota
WheUier the Gators, hilI vw lU i a s t r i n g
ay medical
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L —J n g .o n .a n .a p p c a l_ o f J ^ C A
---------- Contritwtlooi can- um be mailed to the RldUSrir
B u t F loorid
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w h ic h
a re
k e p t _ c o n fid e n tia l
cro w n .
Uielr first SEC football crt
S)ate University,
idatkin, Campus Box 8)73, Idaho
Id
. the Bengal Foundat
v e r d i c t , diee la y ln g an y of Uie N C A A
U iro u g lio u t U ie a p p e a is 'pp r o c e s s .
ve c o m m lll e e
W l
”
The SEC'S-executive
- PocateUoBfflOB.
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i s e , h o w e v e r, s a n c ti o n s until
uni the appeal Is re v ie v wW
" I n th e F l o r i d a cas<
voted unanimously to> Ib a r F l o r i d o
p u b lic d is c lo s u r e o f th e> r e s u l ts o f th e e d ,
^
from appearing in Uifa1 SI u g a r B o w l.
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i s s io n s b y t h e ' ^ " ^ ^ "
— where"Uie”SEC'champI(
ly when
Boise Slate Uni>
BOISE - It’U be
b e '“ Dollar Night” Saturday
ly o t h e r p o stin s t itu tio n a n d In d iv ld u sa ls lnvolve<l.
T h o
automaUc bid. or any
h o b i g g e s t ,
^ in s t l^ ir it Express.
lall team opens Its season agal
. .
v e r s i^ 's basketball
o
f v io la tio n s , m a k e thh iis q u ite d lfseason game.
a r g a in s a r e
* a s e tickets for $L Also.
ls f e r e n t ,” s a id M c C o m a s.
Youths 17 yearss of
ol age and under ean purcha
iffle d U ie p r o - u n til c o n ce lu s io n o f th e N C A A '^ p p e alls
Wlille the ruling shuff
’^ivC 'free team photos.
cildren 12 and under will rcce
the flrst 1,000 chlldi
spectlve bowl lineups,1, It a ls o le fl p r o c e s s . ’’’ s a id M ic k e y H o lm e s, e x e1^'
Jf? T h e
B e c a u s e th e n a t u r e a rn d d e g r e e o f
tate players and coachcs . _ F I n r lr in , w hl<»h hasnCVCt
owtni! llie came all BoiseStat
c r w o n a n S E C . u t l v e d ir e c tto r .o L U ie .S u g a L B o w U n ji_
_____ : ImmedatelyfoHowl
^ i h e ' N C / ^ A - c h a r g e s ' w e r ee 'm
' a d ir p u b ir e ------------- T l imm o s s N o w a r -----------------------------for autographs.. . : jwtUbeAvallablefor
s to r y , w ith U ie t e le p h o n ee Ih
if te r v ie w fro m h is o f fic e In
football crown In Its hist<
w h e n U ie s e a s o n w a s uj n d e r w a y . h e
C la S
unlor varsity squad will
■sity game, U»e Broncos’ juni
; Before the varsltj
o s s if ie d .
possibility that the title! ce a r n e d o n th e N c w 'O r le;aa n s,
ip p r o p r ia le to
. dl, . ,
s a i d , " i t w o u ld b e Inapj
jme Air Force Base a t 5. ' .
JSt.
" W e h alvyee h a d ; in Uie p o s t, a n d w iil
- . : . face Mountain Hom<
field this year may be lost
lo n e 7 3 3 -0 9 3 1
m ill th e N C A /\
r e s e r v e a ll ju d g r iie n ts uni
m itte e s a i d 11 h a v e In th
U e f u tu r e a v e i r good
Tiie executive commi
a p p e a l s p r o c e s s h a s; b e e n com lin g o n le a g u e a s s o c i a tioo n wiUi Ute S K G ," s a id
would m ake a final rulir
M o r r l l l ^I id e s w e l l a t L
W e k n o w th e d e c is io n w a s
rld a a f t e r th e H olm e .s. ""V
penalties
against
Florid
ill
flnlstied
fourUi
overall
r
c
o
m
m
ltte
c
—Twin
Falls’
Megan
Morrill
1
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,|j'j
T h e •s e v e n - m e m b e
h ie lic A s s o c ia - d if f ic u lt . W
VVe a c c e p t il a n d .w e w ill
Natlonai Collegiate AUiij
second-place finishes and a iflfUi In Uiree different
and collected two>se
r e a c h e d lls d e c is io n a fte
t eir a tw o -h o u r
w ith o u r p r o c e s s r e g a r d i n g
tion acts on the Gators’ aapp p e a l o f t h e i r p r o c e e d jy.li
mnastlcs meet In Logan,
end In a Class Ul youUi gymn
events last weekend
jjp p r e s e n la llo n b y C r is e r .
d e t e r m ln la
a il
ilofi o f th e h o s l te a m In th e
case early next year.'
U tah .,
Vl g a v e a c o m p le t e pirno s e n ta tlo n o f
a t s t Com.r
im inunlcotionf ol tho Mou»It J a m e s M e- l i m s s u g ai rrBl o w i. "
Conference
president
cs
of
Twin
Falls,
finished
impetes forSagc.Gymnasllcs (
Morrill, who comp
pg o u r c a s e .” C r i s e r s a id . ":
" I I w a s a f a ir
taii> stal■)^. Inc.. lioi a p plied to
I t o f M I s s is s ip M c C o ml a Js s a id th e c o n fe re n c e
Comas, who Is president
tlio Idaho
3ho Public Uiilltio» Comralld bars, vault and beam lo collect fourUi place In
a n d o p e n d is c u s s io n ."
second on the parall
Id it Is " n e c e s - c o m m e n dd s
C r is e r
f o r " p r o m p t,
pi
State
University,
said
for 0 S4.374 million. 44 po r.
laHonalClasslIImeel.
Qf
C r is e r th e n r e l u m e d to G a in e s v ille .
mp^Utloiii at Uie Logan Invltal
the all-around comp!
td g m c n l o n tlie d e c is i v e aacc t i o n " In th e o u s tin g o f
nporory incroa\o In il* longsary to reserve final jud{
while' teammate
FII finished sixth on Uie; bars
b
F l a ., s a y in g h e p la n n eedd n o l u r tl,a r
Sage’s Kathy Fil
>ro lv i within Idolio.
:he f in d in g s in C o a c h C hl a r l e y P e ll th r o e g a m e s in to
accuracy
of
some
of
Uic
pg c o m m e n t .
) was sccond on the beam,
M eghanpillm orewi
Tlio pfopo»i
>po»ol w ould nol olloct oil
- o p ria te n e s s o f t h e s e a s oonn a f t e r th e N C /\A c h a r g e s
Uils
case
and
the
approf
sponsored by Uie I^ogan
npeled in Uic tournament, sp<
. F our team compc
lonco calling w llhln Idoho,
T h e G a t o r s a r e 5-0-11 In th e S E C , , lo'>g-d‘»'onc
w e r e file dd., , •
penalties Umt have beenn Im p o s e d ."
sU «.
School of Gymnastic
C oim nunicotioni pro v id n s
Co.t
'c l e a r U ia t th e
B u t h e s a i d U ie v io la tio n s t h a l p r•oo - fo llo w e d b>- 1.5U a t 4 - t-•1l a n d A u b u rn
But he said it was "cl
•atrlcla Ward and Kelly
jre, FU and teamm ates Pali
M orrill,Fillm ore,
idnco belw oon n orihorn a n d
a d e n g a g e d In; m p t e d Cri.s«
r l .s c r t o a q t .‘‘c a ll f o r p a r a l lIccll-- ; S W - . F l o r i d a is B -l-t ov e i
University
of
Florida
had
T Idaho, ll ol*o p rovidot
in Ek>ise on .
mpele In Uie ^ a te Q ass IIII tournament
lo
Points wiii ^1 comp
e n l. p r a c tic e 's a c t i o n b y th e c o n fe re n c e ." A c c o rd in lgg - I ts s e a s o n D e c . 1 o t F l o r iIdd a S t a t e .
b r had failed to prever
'l o n g d iito
m
ktoncv
b o lw o u n . C o n o ro l
. .
..... • Dec. i
'
C r i s e r . f ile d P e ll b eKe;:a u se o f th e .
lo le p h a n o 't'i n orihorn Id a h o -iu tv lc o .....................
:lr n u m b e r a n d Iy . h e s a id
id., F l o r i d a .w lll b e p r o h ib iteed.
d.
. . which — because of Uielr
id o lh o r Idaho phono comoroo ond
g r a v it y t o w a r - u n d e r S3EEiC b y -la w s fro m
p airr - N C A A a lle g a tio n s a n d lIsa s t S a tu r d a y
nature — were of such gr,
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i i n y " b o w |- B a n « r f o r n mt r! e~ - p r o m o t e d i n t e r l f f l W d f fCG in C iT H a in o ------- -----------------po^ol w ould olfoct colls that
le<l Uie G a t o r s
p'o po»c
. TW IN FA LLS^T
Association will
h e a d c o a c h a f t e r H a ll le<
Id en t M a r s h a ll io a 4 s e a s oonn..
-r The Twin FMIs Women's Bowling
Bo
tion" by Florida Preside
1} Salm on RIvur, lor.oxam pltf.
in e lu d ln i;
k
hold Its annual Chris
T h e d eicisio
cis n m e a n s A u b u rn c o u lid
tirlstmas Bazaar on Dec. 7-S3at the Bowladrome.
ld t o s e v e n s tr a ig lil v lc to rrle,s,
Criser.
1 Lowislon and Dolto or
items,-hand-made cloU
lothing, boys, Christmas
- On sale will be! craft
cr
! lo n o L lh e S E C . _ R o .lo . th e S
i u g a r Bow l If it d e f e aits
ts a 24-3 w in O v er A u b u rn .
“ We accept Uie declsio
h otw o o ii■1 P
I ocolollo ond C oeur
Thf‘.NeiAA,_u/>iMi.Ihv/»
fcs and food..______ ________
V cstic a tc d -tiio _ —
dJUuiia—Jn.
------------ -tra s s n is m H fe c io
c
. pxnifivp fnmmtttgc_rpi
:toclg.
olf paintings, ceramfcs
Q 5 g an llflg _ U ie __A ia b a n ia .D
i,Di e c .^ t_ ItiU o s c S r4 h O :S u gna[•---r:j!(O
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Proceeds trom Uie
Uk bazaar will go to help lun
University of Florida an
Tolophono'*
torrllory.
d
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,
c ite d
F lo rid f
- . Thebazaarw lU behi
jn
r e g a r d i n g A ti e w ould
u ld le a v e th e S u g a r B ow l a I n itia lly
« held from p a.m. to 0 p.m;
fact thal ' a decision
v io la tio n s . T h e .n u m b e r w a s c u t lo SS)
C oimm
'"'" unleotlon* it conlonding
WheUier Florida wlli be! rre c o g n iz e d a s c h o ic e o f e ltl t h e r A u b u m o r I . s u .
p o y m o n u to Idaho'* local
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conference
champion
will
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it to o high by
[breath of the Plttsburgli
, PITTSBURGH (AP)
(A! — President Dan Galbr
mm
S3.654 (nillla
-lillion onnuolly,
ague baseball team was
s ^ that the National Leagi
. P irates said Tuesda
C it now conducting hooring*
forsale. .
JT Com municolion* o c c e ti
thattils
famlly.'whlcKownssM
S percent of the team,
7: -- G a lb i^ lh M ld th
i
clio rg o t to
lo Idoho local lolophone
(lc Ktnde Island
M'O
n
com ponloi.
io*. ATST Com m unicatlont
taking over Uie
0 any
prospecUve buyersI about
a!
has not talked to
e
MISSION, Kan. - B
Blig S k y Con■I. Iloslon Univ.. Ma.u,I,
9-2-0
CT «anl\ iho
i q u o tto d ro te in c ro o to
ho ro
P lra te si-' •’ :
lo n la n a S t a te
ference champion Mot
5. Imllnnn Sl.
«
lo fom oln
lin Iin olfoct until Iho' Comerence a l Three R ivers.
But Galbreath,, ^^leaking at a news confert
u p f r o m sIxU i
^
6. MKilMlppI Vnllpy
University has moved ui
!M-0
37 mi»»ioneon<
concludiit lhal c o te .
Ilo Mid Tenn Sl.
luld be Uiat the team re-...Stadium, said U:at
it a condition of the sale woult
4C A /\ D iv is io n
iZ f '
^^ to second In the final NC
C h1.0
o t tchodulod public hoarZ '
'PUC
► H, K. Kcnlucky
...............-m aininP lttsbureb.:.
.............
?i—
'I-AA college football poll.
„
• l» g ' on tho
th. req u e st In th o Com .
•J. Uulslona Tcch
Room o t 473 W.
clslon to sell Uie team was; prompted
pi
by a r ^ n t ,
* “ ■ ^'H esaidU ie decisi
.,
mli»ioii Mooring
Hoi
The Bobcats, 35-31 v ic to r s o v e r
lu. Arkansas St,
>ton__ Doiio__ b e g l n n l n g _ a i _ ._________
_____ ” ____________ W Qjliington,
■Insgd deplsinn by Wamt»r Tnn
;ommunicaUonsjCorp-lo-------Upreaelflualyjindlsdos
^ e g u la ^ s e a s o n —
— Fresno-State-in-llieir-rei
m,. W ednutdoy, D ocvm bor
12. Itlclimoml. Va.
...... sell its'48 perccnt sh£
shareoflhePlrale.s.
•
a r e l i e d w ith
finale last-weekend, ar
n. Murray St., Ky.
M
[lion to buy back Warner .
•; GalbreaUi said his family was not In a posiUo
a m p io n R h o d e
m V J |
Yankee Conference chan
m t oro
wolcom o a n d should
A-34
2C
C om m unlt
(
14. W. Carolina
of Uie team.
Communications’•portion
po
u p s p o t. UoUi
Island, for Uie runner-uf
15. Holy CroM. Maw,
H-2-0
il
bo io n i to:
to: C om m ittlon Socrolary.
based In Colum- The GalbriMUis,
9, a prominent real estate family
fai
’ubiic U tiliilot C om m ittion,
14
Idaho Publi
IB. Fiirman, S.C.
team s are 0-2 for Uie seasi
3son.
'C j M
j-vo. Boito. 1003720;
6m)
ij
S iotcliooio.
/ears. In thal Ume. the
17. TctHi-aiatlanooija
owned'Uie
Pirates for 38 ye«
bus, .Ohlo.Ibave O
WI
[co rn S t a t e o f
They trail No. 1 AlCC
___tu_NorUicm.'-lowa_____ ._... aiO ... - - il----------------------ihreeJVoridSeries^---------------------- — Elrateshaveiwonihi
v o 'U n d e f e a t e d ------ ----------M ississlppi.-one-of-lwo
tu. IVIawurc
0-M
a
ie r. p re v io u s ly team s in I-AA. The oUier
20. McNccm si,. t.a.
7-3-I
7
S ta te , w a s ru i.top-ranked Tennessee Sti
S t o b a r t q
N C A A d e te r cd
ineligible
after
the
^
officials Tuesday
SALT^LAKECm
trrV (A P ) U n iv e r s ity ofr Utah
U
o
u se d I n e lig ib le '" G b y a B
B ig S k y te a m s in c e I d a hho
mined the Tigers had us
I ended u informal
lal "hwdshake" a g e m e nmtt wUh football Coach
S l a t e a tlulin
ln ie d th e sc c o n d sp o t e a r ly tn
players Uils season.
nd have b e ^ lolcihg for a rc
replacement, school ofChuck Stobart, and]
l Uti ic w liin e r .o r lb e liW 2 s ce aa is o n .
The
Bobcats
will
host
, ficialssaid. •;
a m e I je tw e e n
Saturday’s playoff gan
ly ,Tbe Asweltlcd Pren ,
lrec.tor Am ie Ferrtn and
nerit came after AthleUc Dlro
.-The annouhcemen
je -C h a ta n o o g a
m is sio n . Ka
I7th-ranked
TenneseeKan. tAPI - The Ilmil Top 20 tennw
Utali, where he has coni' S t b l ^ m ct'to discui
3cu^ Uie coach's future, a t UU
onal Collct’lulc Allilclle A»oclallon
n s a s S t a t e o n in ■>« Nationa
and
lOth-ranked
Arkans
ord In three seasons.
; piled a lG-17-1 record
VA Joolluill poll. wlUi Illl* wawn'R
g
. .
:n Uie s e c o n d ” iV"ion
1 in Bozeman In
Uiat he and Stobnrrcouldnot.... .. ‘-Dec.
“ ' “ F errln sa ld In a1 prcpared-statement
pi
ruconlsHiutlolt
round of the I-AA playoffs . . .
tHMJ
lu
I. AlcornI :SI.. Mlu.Ni
tory.lobothofus;” . . ' - •
uigemenLthat
was sallsfaclor;
.agree*‘on an n rran
g
th e b e s t sh o w 2. Montana
' The No. 2 ranking is thi
na SI.
«-0
72
oui handshake arrange- '
•-•‘.'We h a v e 'a g red
^ to
i free each other from our
able to' us.yThis d i d n 't
r-m e n t W we can bbUi
bbt pursue options availabi
may
gement remains b<^t for
preclude thafw om
a find our present arrange!
' boUiorus',’'F errlnnsaid.
sj
.
_____
tion Director Bruce Woodburj
ury said Stobart was nol
. Sports Tnformatloi
, o ttic la lly fir^ . .
^
"
L ogan
WOTICE
fo r sa le
'Catsrcanked 2rnd infimlal I-AA Ipoll
q u its U ta h i ob p tb a U jo b
YOUI IV v e your
V
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r
S i^
^ C h i
s e h t e h c e d
he New York Jets’ star .
:
n e w ; y o r k (a\P}
pj ~ Mark Gastineau, the
0 was
ber of assaulting a man
defensive end who
vv convicted In Septembei
during a brawl a t Sludlo.54,.W
Sl
QS sentenced T
Tuue^ay to.lS.weekson
' ‘ Rikers Islan d —but
>ut inot as an inmate,
^ Gasllneau
lo conduct
Alan M arrus ordered
i
' Criminal (llourt judge
Jw
i l education classes and a football
foo
clinic for youUis
•90boursofphyslcal<
aclllty. The servicc Is to
16 to 20 who are. awal
waiting trial at Uie prison fad
: - be perfoirmed two•days
da: a-NV^rthree hours a da
' ‘T m sentencing
y to Rikers island, nolI os
g you
a an Inmate but as a
scrvlce for
said. “ Vou will be doing community
co
. - to c h e r ," M arhiss st
=Uie benefit bfyoungf
National Football Leagues leader
li
this season in .
Oastlneau, Ute N{
tras convIctedSepL 12 of assai
saulting John Benson, a
' sacks wlUi l&',{i,was
iTork waiter, and breaking his nase during a braw l'
22-year>oId New Yor
554SepL29,l983. ■ .
atUiediscoUiequeM
'as charged with assault
:k Ken
O’Brien, who also was
Je ts quarterback
(
us acquitted diiHng the
Jl Uie
In connection wiUi
t Studio S4 fracas, was
sam etrial. . .
M o d o l s c 3222
2 ? In ch 3 h .p .
4 - h c llx o u g e r
R o g . $ 3 2 9 .9 9 . .
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: SALT LAKE e rTY
r y (AP) - Jerry iSloan, Uie
le former
Chicago Bulls.
le of Uie scrappiest guards! q
\ to play lii Uie Nacoach who was.one'c
evor
Uesday. as an assistant
Association, was hired Tue:
tional Basketball'As
coach for the UtahiJazz.
Jb
• . ..
iie'Thuhaer o r m^ oH- - ^ - n
^
42, IifiJ bcei
jceirooachhig'Uie’ Evangvllle’
pccled'tobeon-th<sJazz
‘
'ttiilental Basketball.
all AssddaUon but* was vxpcc
ght when Utah played a l Kansi
insasClty.- ----- I
• ; bench Tuesday night
K iaveraged 14 points a
<|
Ing n seasons in Uie NBA
Skwui, . who during
"giunb and. retiredd iafter t h e '1 ^ 7 6 season,
n .wjUi a knee, injury,
,
oach of the Kansas Clly.. , |
nson, hired this week as coac
' replaces Phil Johnso
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ByANNAWAGNEF
JER
Stuitzman heads5list of•youth circuit
(
prize uivinners
slonal rodeo," said College
fcssio
ege of
Davis cam e iq)p with the Idea of added
[Inning next year as some of these
led to the circuit roster thisscorning
CO
can be beginn:
“The greatest difference
d
South
Jthem Idaho rodeo Coach Shi
Shawn communlty-sponsor
iored Junior rodeos
year.
lors
with
a
twmpelltlve
nior division (ages 9 Juniors
r.
'
detected in the Juni<
vis,-w ho securcd the corpoi
Davis
rporate to give y o u n ^ ters
ikground move Into the senior age
*3 an opportunity to
Coni
ontestants must earn quail
lalifylng through 14)," heI ssaid. “The seniors backgr
TWIN F A L I^1 —
- Youth rodeo is conlrl
itrlbullons for the SIC. “Th
“These participate In conte
ck e t," said Davis.
tests geared to their points
Its a t 70 percent of the! circuit
cl
too,
but
their
bracke
have ' advanced
pace In the organ
progressing a t a galloping
gal
lanlzations wholeheartedly sup;
nipport levels of competeno
1 Davis’
opinion, given a few more
rxe,
rodeoj
eos to be eligible for the yeai
Dt as marked as that
In
Di
^ear-end development Is not
nd the prize list for thesp
M agic VaJIey, and
sport and believe It Is Importar
rtantto
In the fall of 1982,
i
2,theCSIrodeoclub
award
irs to
irds, which are open to contei
iletes.”
years
t develop a solid foundaUon In
itenders of thc younger athle
them Idaho Circuit ■rewar
irard athletic achie.vcments at
.t h e . 1983-84 Southc:
a t thc sponsored its first
>t Junior rodeo and residh
and refine thelr athletie
the basics
ba;
idlng outside the circuit as3 well
wi as .............- .......-— ...........
lhe Western Stajes_junIoV
champions In tho
lor level as well as in the pro
profes- the Southem Ida
daho„Circult was.._toSIC
Ils
Ihrouj^
experience hi Junior
iopIe_w
ilL.notIce__ai;^llsj
_
__l^I_beiieye_peoi
IC members_________________
£sociatloh~ls'one cif sio'ndl
'
Ju n io r Rodeo Asso
iialranks'.
anch of the WSJRA,
Dav
chartered as a bran
eo, Idaho-youlh will e n j ^ a comavis noted that thc circuit’s
;’s grow{
significant improv
ovcmenl In Idaho's rodeo,
hat lends credence to
*‘Th
several factors.that
The scholarship program1 I:
is a ' which sanctions nrodeos throughout Ing membership
m
itive edge that Is second to none in
presently nun
lumbers rank among state
tes Ih the National pctltivc
wbndc
this assertion. ‘
nder thing,” , he contini
tinued. Idaho. Oregon andI V
Washington.
about:
u t 150.
High School Rodeo
R(
Association thcrodeo
rod world.
S2.700, ‘‘TJiro
Scholarships
titotalling
lirougli rodeo competition,
idlvlduals who were
on, a
M agic Valley indl
div
•{»nnl7ln[»t>)e f lr fnlt
It Is
U possible for senior division
. 1-,---------- round-trip airlinee tltickets and $50 gift ■young
ingster-who Is-Justdycarsold
)ld ican—Instrumental.in orgi
ipetltors (aged'iyiB ) to can
•am 'tdp
.
among thc bonuses twgIn
- certificates werei ai
n its originai board «*nipc
jIn to acquire scholarships. By the and who served On
lonal ranking and consecjU'
Kjuently
nd all-around tilllsts^ timic
e ia student graduates from
event winners and
n h l ^ of directors Includo
led Davis, Marcella region
lify for the national youth
h ffinals ■ f.i
veckend during the school
!
received last weel
ool, he o r she may have ca
r
earned
Hell of Castleford,
i, Steve Gorrell of
h-lout
ever
leaving
the
circuit,
iiit,said
awards ceremoney seven
SIC's year-end aw
eral thousand dollars in schol
cholar- Jerom e, David McK
:Klnley of Kimberly
’is, adding that an athlete’s
e ’s best
following the final pi
performance of thc shlos
?AJq_help_fuJid_o_cpllege_edj
yera and Howard
.ed_uea-_and_RIchard_Sayc
? ’'
-------------- C o ll ^ - o f 'S o u l hUSien n d a h o J u n io r' tlo nJ."
Stutzman, bothofTv
Twin Falls. ‘
s e jcsn" 'rodeos each season are coi
in tabulating regional points.
Rodeo.
lavld said scholarslilps arc kep
Dav
within a lOO-mlle "'honi
kept in
Junior rodeos w
rom the Hesston Co. a trusl
: Scholarships fron
ust by the National Intcrcollegl
Icglate radius of the Magic
;ic Valley are sane"w
h our circuit Joined the WSMien
' werie a w a M ^ toI thc
lh( curcult winners llodco
leo Association and released
sed to- tioned by the SIC,J, which was orga- j r ai, I1would venture to guesss wwc inu
E
e
i
in each event. T hc
h c ;senior and Junior sluder
lent recipients upon his enr
enroll- nlzed to expand ,co
,competltive oppor- creaU
lembcrised the association's men
, all-around champloi
plons — Alan Stutz- menl
i
nt in a collcge or university that
h at of- tunitles for youth,I, encourage rodeo shipIby
b> 50 percent," said Davis,
s.
li.,'.
— I
C .E . D O N N E L ,LY.
L Y . D.V.M.
s, ^Niki Molse of Star, fersi aa:rccognlzed rodeo programn;'
..........
'm a n of Twin Fails,
:'
skills' 'development
It a t an early age
,
rhat first year out, the Idaho
Iho kids
--------------------B rett Kamm of Pen
Pendleton. Ore., and
Juni
unior rodeo is relatively new/ lo the and recognize andd promote athletic
r t ^fare too well, in the ass<
— received Magic
’Cindy Taylor of' Eagle
E
glc Valley, although there
e Ihas talent on alocal lev*
2vel, Davis explain,” he said. "But In the last co
. round-trip tickets
Jts from Frontier beenn a need in thc area for a progr.
ogram cd.
easons,
the contestants from
•om our
QUESTION: DCo d o g s s u f f e r
the 19&1 Na- of thU
;Alrlines to attendi either
el
o r in o r i a n c o n d o t o r m i n o t h o
his type for n long lime. Da
Davis
"P rio r to Its fom
rmation, kids from
®[
uit have garnered at leastt half
hc of
f r o m p r o s t a t e ppri o b l e m s ?
Ico In Oklahoma City said,
c o ni d if
tional Finals Rodeo
i t i o n o f t h o p r o s t o t e . If o n tills a re a had to
to travel quite a
/ear-end awards, Ifnotmore.'
're.".
ANSWER: Oic
o r the National Yout
oulh Finals Rodeo In
Whil
> ld e r m o l e d o g s
la r g oo cd , v a r i o u s m e a s u r e s c o n
'iiiie attending the National1 H
High distance, a t greatt expense to their
is.W rangiergiftcer- School
F ort Worth, T exas.)
ool Rodeo Finals in recent yea
ffo r fro m PR O Sb e u s eo d t o r e d u c e f h o s i z e . H e
years, families. Just to gaii
ain competitive ex-'
sinct
nee the Junior rodeo program
•am was
tiflcates totaling; $$1,250 were also Davis
'is had observed tliat IHalio
c
c o ny o l s o n o t o if t h e r e a r e
0 conperlence.” hesaid.
TATITIS, whichh is o n o n l o r g o Introdi
oduced In lhe state threee yyears
he top circuit final- testam
divided among the
ants possessed ttie ability to bc
pPr o s t o i o g l a n d .
g r o)ww ttlh s o r o b s c o s s o s . In f h o
Six circuit rodeo;
eos were held the ago,, Davis
I
said he has seen
see a
Ists.
champ
mpions, but lacked the co
to p o in fu l s y m p c o sle
e
com- first y ea r, with two
o f c h ro n ic p r o s t a t i t i s ,
fo more Joining the “ tremt
imendous improvement" in
Ines, Wrangler, and petiliv
"Frontier Airline
Uve experience of Uieir count
untcr- schedule last-seasor
dog m oy oppoor
c o sift r ao f i o n m a y b o r e c o m m o n d on. Davis said it is compe
ipetlUvc
skills
of
II
Idaho
jor sponsors of pro- p arts
f
Hesston are major
Is from
other .states.
s t i f f - l o g g o d . wvoa l k a w k w a r d l y ,
o d t o co v o i d f u r t h e r d i f f i c u l t i e s .
“highly possible” more
mi rodeos will bc young:
igstcrs.
o n d s h o w , fpyi
> y o r. w U h p o i n .
T h e r o m o y a l s o0 bI e c o n s t i p a t i o n
R g ffe
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respondent
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CANItINE PROSTATEE PROBLEMS
SUmrtmed^dommr'^SSrtJjSFrm^go witfr14 team
itlvSavii?gs
LWrap YcmirGiftsWiti
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Just
] two months beips open for Ils third
; fore training camps
a network contract in thc fall,
all.ac- $70 million deal with
th the league which
I and final seasonI In
in the spring, the knowl.
wicdged that hc has not obtainc
lined a will ca rry over into >tlthc fall.
-U nited States F
Football League eonira
tract but said hc still was talk
alking . Roy Cohn, who isis representing thc
-debated format for ,„MIBC
n/ and CBS,
. unveiled Its long-del
. USFL In its $1.32 bill
llllon antitrust suit
'
, 138S — a 14-team lea
league split into two
r. :$15 against the NFL, sa
tie. USFL has a one-year.
said USFL owners
seven-team divisions
tele- “have received infor
lion deal with ABC for springg tc
tormation the NFL
- The announcemen
S
camc Tuesday
:s, but the network said it is not in- Is going into areas ;v,with USFL teams
fe
• a t a lavishly packag
kaged news brlellng
sted in thc fall. RSPN cable! ha
has a and telling them to0 gel rid of USFL,
com plele with sl
sllde.show pros^ ^ C T A H IS T O O A Y ~
entatlon a t the Esse;i
sex House hotel and
RUNS FOR SEVEN DAYS
confirm ed most of
of tthe changes that
i________ h ad_leaked o u t-si
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m eetings last moi
monlh at Amelia
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team s collectively|Tlo;
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pllshed by merging
the Arizona andd Oklahoma
(
fran— ....... .. chlses,-to play-in-Pl
uPhoenix;-merging-----Michigan franchises,
<
the Oakland and Mid
D tfC V
WITH ALL O F
to play In Oakland;
d; and merging thc
H A l ! THETRIiVUMINGS
o w n e i^ Ip — but not the playing personnel — of the Pittsburgh
PIti
Maulers
A.M . TO 7 P.M .
OPEN 11 A
Cp-!t!5u^
and
the
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A d u l t s * 5 ’ * • S o n l o r s **4*® • C h i l d r e n u n d o r 11*3”
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s, who
Philadelphia Stars,
v will bc based
TRUE REFLECTIONS
EVEREADY
733.-383:
^ _ ^ H O N E F O R RESERVATIONS
^
BAUSCH & LOMB
^ B altim o re ..
UGHTED MIRROR
Chicago Blitz, purSA
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chased by Eddie Ein
Einhom last spring
a fte r the franchisec w
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&I&M
was taken over by
H
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operations
the league, will suspend
sus
■
S(X>BonutR«9ll«CnuMn*
• for 1985. But Elnl
SInhom said that
BRUSH PLUS
'
Chicago woj^d have
ive a new franchlM_
TRAVEL KIT .
' " '
when theleogue begi
legins'Ils fall opera-*"
*
^.tions, head-to-head
i
id againsi
thc Na' tional Football Leagi
‘ague. in the fall of
1986.
.................
•S'fSiwe.
"T he m ergers give
gl
us stronger
team s and franchls
Jhlses Uirough the
MAt
15 MINIATURE
ur iresources," said
m aximization of our
EXLAX
' IXCMxMtedTiucii
ROAD MACHINES
Commissioner Chet
ict Simmons. “The
IkcCjNllUinijCal'.tti
eague depends on
strength of the leaj
D
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s
s
u
p
y
o
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r
hi
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lid
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means
providing
staying on course. t
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f e s tiv e " S n o w CDoi
ANAIS
I
ouple.” T h e s e d e lig hitfu
ti l
go<^, competitive football."
fool
.salt n n d p e p p eir.
r , is h a k e r s a r e y o u r s ffo r
Under the m erger
e r |plan, the league
ANAIS
AGNAVOX
AM/FM/FM
will be split into Easti
astern and Western
j u s t S 2 .9 5 d u r i nng
g o u r O p e n H o u s e cel
:ele^ STEREO RA|IO
divisions.
b r a ti o n t h i s w ecjki
ekend.
The E ast will consi
insist ol Baltimore,
I t's o u r w a y o f s a y in g " M e r r y C h rij
Birmingham, Jacl(£
eksonvlllc. Memphis. New Jersey, Orlando
Or
and Tam­
m a s " a n d t h a n kkss fo r v i s it i n g o u r s tooire .
V
il vwill bc /\rizona.
-p a Bay. The Wesl
W h ile y o u ’r e h eere;
r e ta k e a l o o k 'a t a ll oi
our
jigeles. Oakland,
Denver, Los Angi
JUMBO ROLL
w o n d e r f u l C h r is
isttm a s i d e a s . Y o u ’ll ssie e
Houston. San Antonie
jnlo, and Portland.
|a
gift WRAP
MASSENGiU.
DELSEY
g r e a t nc'vv H a llm
m aa rk O r n a m e n t s . C are
rd s,
;planted Breakers,
Ore. — the transpla
lUiivoo'n Icitue KtWi
P a r t y w a r e , G ifts,
who began operatioi
tlons In Boston in
s. C a le n d a r s , G ift W'rna p
r:r
1983. moved to New
Ne< Orleans last
n n d D e c o ra tio n is.
s , a ll d e s i g n e d to m a ik e
ow switched opcraseason and have now
'
y o u r h o l i d a y s hi
h a p p i e r . C o m e o n ii;n .
tJons to the Pacific Northwest.
No
VVo’d lik e to w iss h y o u a " M e r r y C h ris
•istEight of U>e 14 will make the
STICK (Q
ENOURA11
m a s " in p e r s o n !
playoffs — the topI two
tw in each of thc
S g M
ON BOWS g
MICROWAVE
conferences, pluss four wild<ard
COOKWARE
’.sa
“ S n o w C o u p ic " .S
I lt a n d p e p p e r s h aalk teams.
P lans for player: allocations
al
based
e rs — S2.95!
'
on those m ergers are
arc still not finaliz\
___ed, pending compact
}lction of ncgoHa______
tlons with ihe USFLITPlaycrrOnioh.
P
But Carl P eterson.;
>n. president of the
POUDENT
OGILVIE S tars and a member
jroflhccom
o
m lltee
'j
J ,HOME P E R M A N E ^
w orklng.out the.plar
)lans, outlined the, ..........
.......
m ost likely format.
.
In thc
The four teamss involved
ii
■gf
lahoma. Arizona.
m ergers — Oklaht
Idand — would bc
M ichigan and Oaidai
•--1 ------- =— I
fe HOME
I
allowed to freeze bct
between 30 and 35
PtnMANENI ■
combined rosters,
- .:_i _
players from their coi
[■
The re st would go lnt(
into a league-wide
SINGLES
pool and bc eligible
bic'for d draft ih
which all 14 teams woi
would b&Included.
I .
- . . _•
C(*«lU*uig
:hIcago and PlltP layers from Chic
s b u r ^ also wouldI go
gc into the pool,
^ $219
SUM-UNE PHOTO
NOXpMA
ould get running
t
OLAY K IT
.
But Baltimore wouli
1
quarterback Glen
back Mike Rozier. qu
S
ENSEMBLE
$ * |9 9
$jm erback Jerry
C arano and comi
— 4 - ...... .
Holmes, the three PitI
Pittsburgh players
with personal service
Ice conlracls with
Maule?s owner Edw
Idward DcBartolo
la A .M .
COVER GIRI
Sr., who wil] bc a mil
minority owner of
\N A IL SUCKS
the Stars.
Peterson said he was
wa most Interesttlmt Carano and
^ in' Holmes bul tli
I
lilllon-a-year 1383
Rozier, the Sl milll
winner, probably
Helsm an Trophy wii
• »
•
ound thc league.
. i
would beoffered arour
Tll[S(«RE««CEC{S
ClStCOUSOQAUDOAUGOSTPRICfSAHO
■AIIHOSIDRIJ
lozler and Kelvin
k
"C an you see' RozI
Wt niscnvc ihc nicHi to UMir oi
;amc
r
——
B ryant—In—thc—sam
--------------^
P eterson asked.
667H I.
la h o
In other developmcr
nents at tiie brieflu e L q k e s M o ll
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4-PLEX, Twin Fills.
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c a re laclllly. Excellent
set.ont pay & in day treatm ent I fifacility,
price. Free tip she
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AA/EEO . h o u se . Call 734-9035^
itow n & DRivEH WANTED.. exporl<
Ave. N. 733-4880. AA
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white
324-6408 Employer.___________
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nighta & during da
petitive rate s. For moi
5. Brlllanx, brown &wtil
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I f t e r know ledge of cattle
lo aand If.
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n e . N ear Beneficial R nance..73M406.
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Box 144. e lo Tim es
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room , green h ouse, chicken
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833
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c o u p e, poom for laige
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JAN REP
733-4895.___________
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M ongage
M .J.'a DAY CARE. LLlc sn sa BUY o r SELL real e
M ust s e e to appreoMitel
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u k o s Blvd North. __________C om pany Is expandir
ndlng Tls
with low rates for a
*89.900. 734-1202 & leave
dally-to c h ec k whothe
E S » t ™ T . Wg "i " ' - m . . w e or 32MM5
PEOPLE__ residonlial lending dei
depi and
group, participant ,In; . ” r
FOR AMBITIOUS PEC
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reer In a Is seeking molivaled
led Loan
care Iood program,
S ta n .y o u own caree
l e s s . N o R ops for our Bolso,
■ony al
fasl-flrowing busines
Iso, Twin
nuturlous breaklast.
FOUND Shelland Por
It, lunch D eeds of T nist. Morigi
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s a ry - s e l Fails & Idaho Falls Brai
« c<h a r o e Real E state o r Wrapi 5 i « ^
Branches
ond snack at no e xtra
iH
CSI Expo. Claim by 0calling
e xperience nocossary
2 yr. old home SE Of Jerom e
ple asa ni requires experience
In- tr a c u purchased. HH
;e «wllh a
to you. Play room plua
pi
Brand Inap. Will b e sold
}ld Oec.
your own h our*- pli
allting on ^ ^ r e . Oakley
m ortgage Company,I*,ss & I or
d oor and outdoor
e. 1984. Vlc Darnall 733o r piay PrIcM Paid-We Pay
33-8270.
work. ExcopllonalI opporiuop
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to Unitequipm ent and lencoc
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ig e ComEducational currlcului
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a ppt..call734<lSB .__
ilum and For Fre e O uote (208) 734
LOST aln co August
g t "
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alp p o lty . Molropolllan Financial,
B olso ..ld _ ..art8 & cralls. will h«l(
.......
-While- n eu lo red - male
ile- c al,.....HELP-1 am the-only c
- b drm s. & 2 baths upstairs.
r . 1“ r i ® v o = f ”c o S , EEric
T Muriraln. Located noar
ir £ s , r . v ices, P.O. Box 2040,
iMu, I wm ot,[_
oarage, h e al pump.
"T lgor". Roward. we
tie m iss
tanl In this area for
i
_____ __ Falls. Idaho 83303. ------ ;___
208CallMJ733-3125.
hlm.call734.<15e. ______
E uropean Skin Caro SI
and sprimdlng syste m . Must
iir(ppsd>»si4 oKing lor full & wpai s
H ouse
100 ounce allver bsrs^
— ' OW Bock School Ho
ir s ^l lb a g . Beo.S86,000.
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ly CI are. o l U .S. 90% coins,
• c o nsuitanis for Burlei
Quality Learning Day
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S A B > U ^B ^ T y
n eu lo red Tom cal (Fuuvl
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1-2165.
ailverdoliars. COS 7344
ledod to
C ost no moro. 324-2
rod and
Falls aroa, 6 7 6 ^ today.
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LEGAL SECRETARY
Wantod w ortrluil tim e. Cail Kai
.h a s Iresh Incision on
n. no
9 Avo
to work in Ketchum.
r ox- 733-7090.
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SSO rew ard. 1666 F alls/>
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lie
030-HomMt=QfSal9'‘
\ 030-H om e8ik»rSaie
p e rle n ce necessary.
734-1245._____________
Of726-3938:-lossional. '
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LOST; Malo Black.
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inriA tT O K S COMMISSION e PPO
O fN T WAIT BUY NOW • a E A K T m «
LOCAL FERTILIZERI & ichem - Proven results. 734-8701
Roward olfered. any,y inlor:
ossaoo.
Ical
B usiness
n1 e e d s SALES MANAGER : foi
m alion. Leave mos
for Klm
— g ia i- M M
m i The Ilat pric* I* HUD'a »*tlmi
itlm ol* ef foir moriiot volu*. HUD «
m anooom ent type pe
p rso n H ansen Chevrolol Oli
-----------1 733-8003 a 734-4962.
occa* p to (f* ral* a * th a n th * liltin g 5
with doflroe in Ag] ri
related gurioy. Minimum 33°';SaIS C h
'h * rig
Hi h t. In Ha so le dlscrltlon. to acc
LOST: Malo Siberian■77Tj^
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ly th * o ffe r lh a t giv** HUD Ih
th*e g r* o t* at n * l r* lu m w ll b * Q
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116. EOE.
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G R O U P j . INSURABLE•PROPERTIES
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nd apTho typow rltor»
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preclallon lo our many
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ill Jb o rocoivod by Iho Board ooli Wo especially wlsl
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Insurance-Agency—
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m o llo w obl* diic ount point*. II
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on In to ro il rot** a n d d U eount
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nd inconlivo program s plus ou
unique p ro sp o clmggsy
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riMur. • ■-APuptexM - - r O R LEASE: Approx. 2.000
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loading
docka. Campus
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O n e bedroom apts ler pgrpe
J a n e t Sloan, Mor.S244734.
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a ona 82 & older er han«
p-101.
Larget
2 -11 UNITS coffl>ete w<|.h
wll
itjd . Fillmore 733-4208._________
THE LARGEST aalectkin of
c ap p e d , federally asslstsi
b edroom , l bath, carpi
irpel. cable TV, $ S 0 « S W WMI
u n n n la M
fumihiren'ty- " n e w OFFICEBUn i» 4 iQ
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y a ^ - 1201K lmberhrRd.fe<284.
lava drea ae ra . rockera, atoola,
s ^ 'o s i m i s a '. ™
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EXTRA NKJE 3 bdrm brtei
x . chalre and roll lop d e sk s.. " •o * - *138 P-74. Studtoa.- A
1 we rock, prim e location, . aex*
WINTER BCOMtNO-Andvi
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____ utllltleapakl.e«anePrD p«1
ge 1 celle n i parking, AC with
p « t y pay th e heal: Extra large
S280. P -1 1 i 2 bedroom
b d n n ' a p t., heal. g«rba{
lage econom ical gaa heal. 450 sq
jm. ^ i m g s a S S S S ^ S i l S L —
0»->--deposlt.73M & 42._
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b a th , refrigerator, atov
and w ater paid, matui
Iture tt or 1200 to 5100 aq ft. InFamily IMng 3 bedrooms
u 3 c arp et, d r u e s j i m a l l yar
d . T m Y -6H .T T U E R S . Max.
4lh quire a l H&R Block. 415lA
AdIff? /
C 64-UnfuttLAote.
_______a dulta p r e ly y d , 203 4i
58 or
o r — factory'otf-season'D lscount-----------a W e -dison-A veorc an-73M l0e
naoe^
tD u p M (M ______
now In effect * rebate. Best
733-7848.
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A GREAT 2 BORM, 2 “ball
S ' 1 & 2 BDRM APTS..V0I
very OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE buy now a l G arden Cbuntry
fli." 1 with dishw asher & dispose
iltoS in 6 urieY.,87 8 :< ^ .. ____________
u m . P-18. 3 bedroom,apts lor le a s e In prime locallon
cle a n , m odem , garden sp
irpei. w ater & aanllation paid,
srm. b a th , w ood stove, carpi
ivard WANTED: MaUI cutting
nve. on Blue U k e s Boulevard
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In natural setting. Convi
8.
sing d r a p e s , dlahw aaher. InI M
Miu - M onroe.$300. C a lir a ^ 7SlS:lull 11 pow er hack aaw o r hom ofv
n ie n t location, appllanct
K e s N orth. Will rem odel to eull
f filn ^ .- V U r c irS S ’
com plex now avaitable li
>or ta u g h.
E «w a
P ro ^
I. 8)8 fu m ish e d
Ineludir
ding n e c e ssa ry . Call OlckI o01r. C ib a n d saw.Call32M174.
a ra a. Stove, c o o ler, stove* u ,in te aa e. Each unit is fumlshe
^
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. EXCCLLSITINVESTMEM
dep. d ish w a sh er & disposi
3ttl, P lane: 7 3 ^ 3 8 . ___________
retrlgerator. akJlno, W/.
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WE REBUILD - H r f r a u llc - • w fstove. refrtg.i diswashi
liable V alleylnv.733«84days.L___
laundry
on
premise
3 BDRM. m balh, avallat
hookiip,M 500.Callfi*«3a2
•• S olW hom e + aMrieiL« •*
lie Ir
In J a c k s a t ABBOTTS AUTO
OFRCE SPACE available
an d disposal and Is carpete
t.
FOR BALE OR TRADE:
»4t .000 ow nar. 73Wa2<.
r» w l 0 0 0 , + d e p o s it. Call
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children welcome, no pel
Clean bul amall 1 bdrmI fur
Bank SUPPLY, 308 Shoahone
»'> • th e R ra l Interstate Ban)
1871 12x84 MoMte Home.
«.<2a
and draped. T hese n e
-------- aow farrow 2 IM ah h o g I
____ o r
unfum.
close
I10 re n t b a sed on Income. Cai
building. Immediate op ce . S tre et South. Twin._______
S.S
front room, 3 bdrm., 1^
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I n units
a re
convenient
u p a n d /o r 160 w r e tarm
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Apis.
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batha. fu m ish ed $7000.; .9
Ca* 1 -lo cated In Filer with easy aai>
S BDRM HOUSE
T j^ ld a h o ,- 3 2 ^ 4 0 S 3 .- E q o a l Hou
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posit.— CUTE 1 bdrm brick duploi
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^ S < i i S ( S f e S 5 S ha s!’’* " — 42M345.7SM a80.
iHlce e a c h o r first class $980 each.
$185/mo. ♦ dep., no 'g,“
peli : Ing Opportunity.
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i4x7D. la c ll ltle s .e tc .M o n t h ly ^
r - X i 1873 TAMARACK 14x71
1 & 2 .BDRM APTS.• i
ft, all
air 34M213_________________
ouble Call 7 3W 11 or tS - 2211.^
a pace for reni. 700 eq It,
liles 3 BDRM HOUSE. TF. Doub
xlrm, paym ent $285. All utllllK
ied. garage. $350 4-$100 depot
. * condlllonlng,
k llc h •e «r ««j
!2S8. ex ce p t pow er a re fumlshet
poalt. DELUXE 2 bdrm. Qaragt
22 YARDS .of U m e G reen
riE S
bd rm . hom e. S86.COO o r b
"FABULOUS FORTIES
lilee
r*(rH)«ra'lor
*'fijrnlsho<
)on- » T S o n S t. 1-324.4054.:___
available, i ) utlllllea paid.
paid
C arpet; 1 sU ndard b rass
i p ~2 For more Info., contact Doi
private-yard. AC. Ilreplaet
1878 CHAMPION 14x87.'
Cherry VIIIS.S38-2463. ___ -$200 p e r month. Call K a f
Strie! h * « t7 3 « 2 0 0 ,.____________
headboard: 1 queen head_
3 bdrm apt 2 bdrm duple
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2 n o w CHOP AND D M n
te A Christian Radio 7344777,9*
1 BDRM APT with range
7, » 4 board A frame; 1 big wkAer
■fMkl y o m h . ( S I n m S w f “ ^
jse. Small h o u se on Rock Cre«
■taka FOR RENT. 1 BDRM.houii
..b e d ro o m hom e haa air
Iree<o n - W eh a v e e lw a e sa ls c M c r
osll. M onday thru Friday;............
chair. 1 sU ndard h e ^ b o a rd
lap. 783-1388.
rtsr 4 $t45/m onlh * securlly det
____ Duplex deluxe in Twin Fall
rstem , sh o w you! Thera la orte t
3lson.-A footboard.W 1llQ uolePrtce
PRIME ■OFFICES. - Addlsor
. . 3bdrm ..$300/m onth 4 -$nSO.
li
Ished- 3 bedroom , - 2 -balh, - a /t
3 • BDRM, - lull-untlnlshi
m ore wtll m eet your n a a d s.r f< f l s r T g c ? ' ' '
I b e ^ When called. 324-2197. . _
smt. Ave. E. a c ro ss Irom Alben
■Oor basem ent.$28 5^i-$l00dei
d a p .. (Ireplace, fenced baekyarc
Jlm PautaenB04B 3D ..
b e d ro o m s & another bath.
ba
)ets. s o n 's . Ample parking.• 6» 3030 caliber pump. $t00. 410
_
488 W isem an, H ansen..CCa ll double oarago. lease prelei
- E xceilent
noloriborho
SF.
D oahler A Hollo:
C A II7 3 < .M 1 1 0 f& m i.
red. $«O p er month. 3 itS^ M
lollay S em heuto. « 0 0 . 22 Semisume FOR RENT o r lease. 8 acre
|re a co llec t 788«A ). _______
and to b e m oved. Assum
]?ig.
Roallora.
Call
7344B22,------au to . $50. Row machine, $80.
s ol
with fenced pasture. 2 bdm
___ ; 1 BDRM DUPLEX, relrli
JS ow i
■ * 239 ACRES for aale, \k n
VA loan, w /p ay m en ts
(
irm. 3 BDRM/Bsmt./W d. Slov
--------------------IS on
hod. 2 Com mercial buildings
01 S8 cam era A projector, $80.
2 atove & water tumlshw
lown. hom e
with
sppllancei
S200/month. Sm all dowr
■ools. Executive
duplex,
« » • Lg. fot. 1 bik. to school
S o u th of Castleford.^ <
It. M
Call Main Ave South A E ast.
V Call734-4171.
$175/mpnlh
deposit. Ci
ope
will Irade. a e a r Ua k e s Southw est area. $300 plu
P'u»
p m . $39,800. 9g Vi bedroom . 2 bath, open
WATC 7334H4t atter 8:00 p.m.
block A 1 bloek Irom mall
M o r d eposit. Cali 73M7S1 atter
733*1735.
srm s. beam ed celllna wllh large
larg
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■ o r7 3 m 4 0 4 ask lo rL ee.
____ private
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(cetfi
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r nmriitnm
:edar i BEDROOM Ground lev
■t*™*; b le 6 .H .8 .,n a a r^ » e w e a i
icheft Duplex.
Stove ' ar
» n d . ' HANSEN Hwy 3IM bdrm.
n. 1 3 BDRM. CLEAN., wd. stov
& oood hom e. P r f cSS ; i 1982WESTVILLE.Exc.com
onlh
refrigerator fum ished. $11
fre e s te e l sldlna, storm w
dovm bath, unfinished basemen
3 bdrm s.. 2 b a th s. $800 dow
ent. Energy ellielent. ne ar G
dow a, 2 fireplaces, breakfi
fen ced yard & outbulldini
o a t-C o n d o m ln lu n a ____ Printer, very good condition,
■ftg- fncd. yard. C arpets, drape
o o od assum.JoaiK 3 2 44408
^ ■ Isa ll. Call 734-3289.
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d » - b a m t.fa35.,c all3as-te 02.5 1 7 1 ^ 3 BORM..VAN-DVKE MoWI
dow s-$4000.-C all-8n-7340daya-or------- -—
— — 2-BO RM -College-M eadow
" " ^ 4 0 - A C f l £ . OELUXE-Dalty
_ ____ .i.O w n ertn u slsell nowll—
— ' ~ t 1 9 B ' ^ Large 2 b e d ^
3 BDRM w fgarage & pall
C ondo. Kitchen appllancee
o peration. Livestock iM d Home. V ^ excellent cond
new 1 bath, carpet, drape:
■HOME FOR RENT4 bdmi.
•r” s tlon. Call 7SI-1479.
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iV A S y - b r tc k - d u p le r- l- b d rmi ss r^^ — B iovffrintf-hM iR ipsrE vtr
— bam'Vpril'bdffn'flownTTw
c w d r a p e s , llreplace, Availab
»443.
v J n e xcellant location.
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baths,
carpet,
drapes,
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2071-W39 0^21 Classto: ReaW
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pllances, heat pu m p ,9arag<
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- v ^ pe n er, nopets.-733:0?l2
+ - d e p o s lt.-C a lF W e s te^ r„ ' y ~ ~ 3 ^ ^ ^ m mobile —
BDRM. BASEMENT AF
' z fireplace, c e n trd air cor>
^
Realty ^ 2 3 8 8 ask for Jann
p.m.___NIKON Pro .S vatiim. Many
lopp. 7 ^ m i o r 7 3 4 ^ 1 ^
i<nni* Item a loo num eroua to men^
IMMEDUTEOCCUPANCY
CY
and
dryor, . a lo w
ar
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2 BDRMS, ^v, baths, single
^ ^ l ^ r ^ b M u m u ) ^ywd!
yai
s S ifw lW ^ w fw a l^ ^
06& -Fum t8h«iH ou8M
I^
iftO- * C h i w r ^ * wefcorne
noS h 'tlon. Call lor inlothatlon and
2 BDRM DUPLEX. Carpor
» r t,
c ar gara g e. $350 per monll
- t3 0 0 p e r a c r a .7 3 M 9 8 l_
Wsrm
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friendly
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On th e se 3 bdrm. 2 bat
'------CLEAN QUIET 1 o r 2 bdm
Call
Includes lawn, w ater" '’.am
ypti
;:
p .,,.
c
m
osphere.
1
&
2
bdrm
a
h om es, include fencod bac
)onna VIDEO RECORDER, cam era
__
outsido lighting. Call Dona
03>-A(yeioe&Lot»
IRWIN REALTY,INC.
yard,
undergroun
M385 A a cc esso rie s. $22)0. Call
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Lyn- at W estern Reslty 733438
3-4. BDRM HOME TNe
S i,
3 BORM ^ ^L E X near Lyi
^ ^ 734.1288. - •
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-------- OOOD 22 ACRES, c lo^sJel! _ H A N S E N — N le e - 2 - .B d r r
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' g ^ ) S I ! ‘7 ^ 7 £ u y o ? 6 . ° ^ '^
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Mobile Home, carpetefl
newly redecorated. Nlc
$400-f $178 deposit:
DTtMNMttodToBuy ^
FOR SALE BY OWNER- E
fen c ed yard, aolt water, $4(
fum ished. sto ra g e 42MTM
0 8 3 -W in ted T o R e n t
P ap
lS l 2 BDRM DUPLEX In Twir
^
2»C
am
arilloW
ay
8
1
^
m
enls.
Fully
carpeted
i
c elle n i 4 b d m home, doub
louble M 0B A £ HOME L O T S,
4-_$150 d ep. Call 733-10811
NEED 1 p e rso n lo sh aree eea
r-Jan. BUYING: Everything in oo(d
x - 240Camarl!loWay.
. MOTOR HOME. Oec. 27-Jar
pllances. Exc. location. Ren
'• e a r oara o a, RV pad, fen
snced
o
sa le “ M aalc.Valley Mot » ^ n s e s In fum ished trailei
734-7131.
__________
— - trom $280.73M437.
^
27.
A pproximately. 4,00
..b a ck y a rt;- flnlshM baa
b a se . E sU te s." Fsmlly & a<
a ii; 3 « g M . l l . r » : 3 0 p . m
. J $37s + $ m d e p o 8 ii
i i ' 3 BORM APT a cro ss froi
■ jn
IN RLER. 3 bdrm apt.r r al
ng a t - subdivision. W ashington
--------r m e n t,- ow nar flnancfng
S
______
NICE
1
8DRM.
clean,
tut
..-iim .e M iT M jiM . _____
M tn’ kitchen appliances, nice
____ __ S & 1 block W est o n Ph
' llreplace.
lamlly
roon
*»•
a ’r
’m g a s & g s " —
”'
n ished. $290. N o p e ts. Cal
“ 3 ; ava|lab1el2/1,734-7864.___
at-MaUKHoMSllc.
le . 2 » n t Rd. e asy term s.I. 77^
carp et, drapea, lenced yar<
v F O R SALE O r Trade.
jdrm 2 Bdrm Duplox, rangt
■naca, 8843.
-«bdrm .. o v « g e , naw fumac
M om lngsltle Evana P r oU^t y JEROME: Modem 1 bdm
a u r o r a p r o p e r t y m q3T
t
refrigerator. $ a 0 .+.depoal
;! ! •
_
.
,
■
apt. fully c arpeted, ap
'''M um lnum - sMIng, tenet
Maneoement734.140t.- snced TWO 3 acre lotSj E aalr sFin s SM AU CLEAN, carpeted
mdW
2838 KIMBERLY r d
2
Bdrm
Duplex,
oarago.
$23
^
pllances & drapes lum
- y a r t.
o r trade equi
. 4 BORM HOUSE. 2Vi ball
I s M o r c h a n d l s oe
Blvd. North 734^887
+ d e p o sit. Call 1 ^ . _
■ « a
clo se to schools & shopp
lo r oood 4 X 4. o r tor a n adi
BIS
ato v e.
relrlgoralo
—
IN
RLER.1
bdrm.
no
pois
^
CASH PAID for non^vorklng
tln
^
2
BDRM
DUPLEX.
1
ball
ath,
■
'.
You
an
d
finance.
Call
734-2g11.
M •
tlon o n ano th er hom e. Y<
oniri IXP'
oardon sotting
isit
d iahw ashor. $500 pe r monl
$100 p e r monlh * deposit
—
refrigerators, Ireeter* A
irici- sto v e , disposal, relrlgerate
ator
'
061-Unfum, Homes
a ir utilities except electrlci
B
. furnish matarlala. Call' ^73
- > - $ 2 0 0 d e p o s lt.7 3 i^ .
4 BDRMS., 3 balha.F t i ,
733-«fe2or6«»4640.
slo
v e a. Adam’a 734.7198.
324- & -sto rag e . Water A ssnlli
—
,
ty.
$182
a
month.
EHO
324
a
>q « 1 3 a » e f lp .m .
i" r
0S?-Miseeaan8OU8
^___
b a sem en t. tS2S/m onth
th + A CLEAN 3 bdrm . 2 bath
b^e O K . P-110. 4 bedroom.
tlon paid, no pets, $2qp h
^ 2 ' IN TWIN: 2 bdrni Moblli
MM.
______.
FURNITURE A Apptiances. 1
iM>ty, family room, c o zy fireplace
)00. b a th , finished basem en
Call
B
unkbeds,
$225:
Cotfee
Home
In
Adull
Park.
$300
>l<»
p
la c e or whole household.;________
Large 2bdrm funuoriinlurn
fnanc^ _ 7 $ 2 S ’'
--------_ r * n B e ,_ d l s h w a a h e r ._ V
lap:— etove;— carpet;— drapes
-tabte-and e nd tatle8r$165.
WM.— £ .||7 M .7 m .— ’
Area, basem ent, oara g e. 537 Pari
^
hoo k -ups, Ilreplsce with Ir
L___” 80 ACRES Wood River Ar
M e Call734.46M atter 4;00p.m.
1.
2 BDRMS, bath, eieciri
s t of Meadows Circle, no pets
)w ner 8 m iles South W est
9
•'•IU 8T
USTED.
Own
garF0R8A LE0RTRA DE:
Ul
LEASE WITH OPTUN. Nice
acre. $428 m onth * d e p . 734-2449.
je n t's Bellevue. . S2SOO a n ac
S --------- tn n s f e r r e d ; - - Prasldsnl
hool
LAURELPARKAPTSI— — ran g e , refrlgorator &. gai
pol. Router-Craftor on su n d ,
clean 3 bdrm. U rg e balh
,K .!2 b a g e
disposal. ' Carpoi
)erty 178 Maurice Street N o rth
]
a .S tree L 3 bedroom s up plus
plu s 2 7884380 or78Wa83.
A c o z y 2-story. 3 bedroom
hOO
new 1 horse router. Call
d
rap
o
a
.
$225
monlh
+
^
0
“f 's - WOOD STOVE, tasiefuii!
bdrm , • carpel,
drapes
»
a s s i . . n a a . i . s : °___
^
M;. 43M034._________________
decorated
&
localod
In
i
!ngs:
cte
p
..
no
p
e
ls.
Call
7338400.
’
^
H
• 'w o w " to n e s * '" * " * ' ^
real
neighborhood
liIn $438. P - ttl. 4 bedroom .
3V0, FOR SALE: Vanity with mir2-bdrm apt
' slove
Q
n 'l& s u jt2 H S £ l h T O 3 S g ^
^1
b a th a, finished basem en'
^
. . A NICE 2 bdrm with c irport
Imberly. iS n /m o n lh . Ca!
ihor ror;
Oak
dinette
sot;
ol relrlgeralor & dlshwsshe
«
* : cheap.A her8.328.3118.
I
'^'IXASE With Oplk>n. J4IC
» - Q3»:»BU8fo8ttProp8fty
I p e r 734-8788.
'_____________ ' fireplace wilh Insert, larg
d s - '- R e c lln e n Full sU e pickup WANTED: u s e d Onim s e t in
S p ^ s A pts. $255 plus de
,,051 N o v o m b e rR e i^ e o .
*
D
‘*«lean 3 bdrm. L v g e bat
yard, Momlngslde schoc
s f f l _ to p p e r .d a ll 324^11.______
—
.
LOTS
OF
ROOMS+
2
balhs
posit.
T
hree
C
Propert
i
M
y
SALMON
RIVER
outfitting
Nov.
^^44196
L .
'"W OOD .STOVE, tasteful
L'l^J d istrict.
Available
Nov
m.
2
c
o
a
l’
stoker
h
e
a
t,'851
2ni
_
.
FOR
SALE:
Motorolla
Mobile
In
a
s
tM
l
h
ead
busin
eas
a
g
eLUXURIOUS
Custon
tio
m
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{
" U e e o ra te d & located In
s . , r . » “ . r p K . s ? ' 5 :W-W
>i
Ave.W.$280->-dei>.73M2a8
In Salm on. Ida. Call 7584S
ent. P h e n e Mocom 70. Quick call
faml- 2 BEDROOM Apartmeni
Duplox, 3 bdrm. 2 bath; faml
[
•a re a t
nelohborhood
~
menl734-1401.
>lus' b u sin e ss band radio, used
S erio u s Inaulrleaonly.
NEWLY REMODELED oldo
/w et atove. relrlgorator, $200 plu
(•'Klmberty. t3re/m onth. Call
Ci
OB-ArtHw. ____^
X
*178. P-101. 3 bedroom,
arty only 2 ye ars, excellent con' ^ homo. 3 bedroom, lamlli
c e s , d e p o sli. T hree C Propert
'______ SALMON’S only bowlli
'
.':Q $ 3 Z » l ____________
iti
b a th , country hom e li
* " ''0
M w erP d. $350.^4.7854.:—
dlilon, $800 or b e st otter.
Itler. Nice oak Secretary; Round
t
room o n Lincoln. O as h esi
w i M W Q * c a_ 7 3 4 « 8
-L-OG HOME, 2200 a q M.
ft. 3 c e n te r. Appraisal pric
f*'i Buhl.Evana
P ropert
. oak
Uble; Round eak
orlce ATTRACTIVE 2 bdrm. ful
F 2 Cali 8 f a « 3 7 or 843-4148.
lull $378 plus deposli. Conlac
oall- $288 P 4 8 . UTILITIES PAID
" 'M rm a . rec ro o r^ atorac
ManeflernenmfcM O L ____
Sua
-basem ent.' llreplace, goo<
jood Qudrun a t W estern Realty
—
M ature adulls prelerred.. No
Nc
>rA
FOR SALE: Uaed 80 inch Spt he ating atove; Kitchen cupbdrm , 1 bath, refrigerator
I
2 BDRM. clean, nice loca
board: Ubrary. table. Can
a re a, » j ^ u s d sposlt.'• "nto ra3-2385._____________
0
^
p
e
ts.
7334281
or.734,1398.
3m.
hitch
Ford
Snowplower,
L
_
sto
v
e
,
carpet,
drapes.
Mom
loan.
S
a
r
lo
u
s
jn
g
u
lr
le
s
o
n
l^
^
^
'a S a ^
n s
>rt>. $1000; U aed 70 inch Toro
________________ _
—
NICE C arpeted Small 2 bdrn
a uatj t
)lsx. Ingside district. Evana Pro
N.E. AREA4 Bdrm Duplsx
S7e.fiOO. 504S 14 a.m . &
AVAILABLE D ece'm ter I18^t4 h o m e .w fD h o o k u p .$200OOI
ia e d 1848 SEEBURG JUKE BOX.
134- R eel . Mower. $1000; Uaed
ihe^,
M anioem enl. 734
043-Vac«tk)n Propertyf
C am et, drapes, dishwasher.
fo r C al orS4X W 3o.m .
Ryan U w n Alrlllor. $500.
UOO. R eato red to perfectkm at)d .
bdrm, double c a r g a ra ]o.
g e .:2 month + deoosll. In Fllor
IM . W /O
hookup,
carpon,
: N O DOWN PAYMENT.'Pa:
•P»y- COZY 2 bdrm. hom
ping playa 48'a. M u i lor restau^
C lear W ater Landscsplng
P<Jia>
fIreplK
es,
e
leclrlc
hea
,
2
«
N
o
p
e
t
s
.
3
2
8
^
.
______
H
iv
«280.
P-108.1
w
eek
Iree
rent
m e n ta adjusted to your
<i
I f (n*
rem odeled, tn Sawtoothfl N
Na. pump, corrals 8. 8 a cres o Nice clean 3 bdrm, 2V, . 0 6 2 -R im .A pL & D up. _
1^ : C om pany. Box 848, %un
Sun r a n i ba r o r hom e, $1298 or
1068. N ew 2 bdrm , 1 bath, all elec
> c o m e. N eed farm hom
lional Forest. 2 mUes- fro
b e sl offer; Also will buy
Valley. iJ a h o o r 7 2 m i2 .
baths. 1172 Parkway Dr. Har
!«f- ATTRACTIVE STUDIO,- Idei
de^_N ^
*^ E V E R O ^ ^ lED^.^
. ^rlc. hookups, nesr coliego
^ quallfied buyer for new
»
3 S oldier Ml. ski ar«a. Forr reS
m a i ' a s s a ' .—
” ’'- ;• rlson School DlBt.-. Elec.- fur
o a l Q 6,-M obile.PhonaJor-aale. J u k e ' b oxes and speakers.
bdrm . In Wendell. Ask
fi f b y th e wkend. o r w ee
^ fo
rK ij— c a ll S tav e C y n c h 8 r t ^ r r ------------t**VL
AVAIUBLE
Nov.
30th
Ir
■'*
.
H
ookod
Inlo
MounUIn-Bell
ilshm
e
n
L
T
S
M
w
T
^
1
In
n
ace,
carpet,
drapes.
AC
'
kitchen
appliances
furnlsh, 'R andy a t Gem S U ls Reair
e alty.. crQsa-country, downhillLsl
X
ii
Jerom
e.
Nice
3
bdrm
house
T
elephone
Syatem
,
$2500.
lUM.
full
bsm
l.
dbl
gsrago.
stove
e
d
.
wator
&
sanitation
paid,
a
id
,
.
____ Ing. or tlre-walchlng Ide
CLEAN, 1 bdrm. w l w aterb
$285 + $250 d e p o sit. 324-824
, o rm iw ic ii
—
C a llfa 4 2 0 0 d a y s.
■8297 relrlg., $450 -I-$200 dep neg
hM
No
yafd
maintenance.
BO- e d . H eal & water fumished
h e ro . Wkend., 0 5 . W ee
___ 734^18or733.2S13.
ih ' W asher & dryer hookup
G .E. W aaherA Oryer 3 yrs.
yra. BALDWIN
ORQASONK:
p Ir
jn
0 G M to o m sF b rR 8 n t
_•
$185 * d ep. 73i2S13. Ruth,
OLD WORLD CHARM
M
S1B0. L ess II on a regul
------Apt. $320 -f $200 deposli
as
old. $400. Wood Stove-air Eleclrlc O rgan, v e n r good
NICE 3 SDRM HOME, wll^
Ience b a sis. Responsible adul
With new world convenient
;L^ CLEAN
1
bdtm
nea
Aurora Property H a n ^
AVAILABUIMMEWATELYJ retrIg & stove. Electric heat
tighL437S.
King
b
ed
A
head
c o n d ltk 3 n .C a lI W 4 ^ ___ 1
only, p lease. 784-22e7.
c om bine to make Ihls
Ihl
[JJ* d o w n l^ n . single
057-M obH «Hom 8
SE‘® m ent, Patty a t W 1 4 8 85®??
oi
1
bdrm
h o u se ,
full)
board. $8M. D resser,■ *4 ORGAN FOR S a te . E x A .
lo m e
« » —
■=■ »=*=■
fully economical. $325. For Infor
E nglish Tudor country hom
.......... carpeted, a o m e appliance!
% , Joan at7 3 » te3 3 .
ijj |. draw er. 328-3187eves. —
n c e 8 _ matlon.call54M 800_______
. y o u rb e sib u y .-N e tlle d ln
a
—
FOR RENT: 2 bdrm lurnis)'
c o n d . Looks nice. Beautll^
'"•n-^044-Coodomlnlum8
= T ” CLEAN STUDIO APT. 34
lu m l s h ^ ,
Presldenlla
NEW26DRMOUPLEXcios«
; :o rc h a rd , thla 4 bdrm. 3 bath
bal
4 bdrm. 2 bath, lamll)
le rs.
rs , so u n d . l8A utorythm sA F un
^
e d m obile hom o, $t25 pe r Oak c hairs, hutch, d resse
l"y 2nd Ave North, heal & wate
“
S treelJo catlo n . $175 + $* !« NICE
J i " / to C.S.I. and shopping. •$25(
\ J ^ m e m akes a wonderfi
room, llr ^ la c e , 2 cai
M ge Blocks. 423-8 C 7 _________
!?
m o n l h . (H p.aa-IT M .___ ' c h e st o l draw ers, cabbage
% . fu m ish e d . $130 ■•■ deposit
p e r m onth, now Uking s p
?»«
Q g -M o M U H o n w
N .C location. $45( Call Rulh 73M513.________
m W EN0ELL4 BORM, IV
'
PIANO FOR SALE. Console
_
p lle a l io n s a l3 2 4 ^ .
month *■ doposil. lease
- - - M odel. Like new condition. - --- ------—
balh , W/D hookups, drape
TV
ALL ELECTRIC 14x70 W
wllh
* 2 S 3 8 lto ^ y H o a d ” ^
Furnished large 1 bdm
available. Call 3244849
'n iy
in living room, $178 M
pe r OMNI K aro-sun 18 Portable
ab le >1300.8434473.___________
llreplace. 2 bdrms. In Spot
—
a p artm ent. Utilities psid
ffl
no h e ate r. 8.7D0 BTU'a. In box,
r r r , REDUCED RENT for Wintei
MX, UPRIGHT PIANO , lor sale.
^
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE, Qooc M onths^ bdrm, $185 + so- Very n ic e. 434 4th Ave W
_
n e v e ru e e d . $98.85.734-7733
$1^.733-2513 ask lor Don.l ! '
^
G ood conditkin. $450. Call
— V locallon. 4 b d rm s.. famil)
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u
fity
d
e
p
o
sli.ln
B
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h
l.
843.
IS
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ne
bag
o
l
U.S.
80%
coins.
>lns.
734.4835 after4:00p.m .
•
SPIC &. SPAN, spacious.
B u y h e re a n d a tv e lN a w' a• nI f
room. $425.73»4748.______
IN JEROME: Two 1 bdm
drm p e ts. 733.1858.____________
—
6040or54S«>3i. .
2
008734-4887.
a th s u se d , double w ides. singl
—
WURLITZER Plano for aale.
BEAUTIFUL C e d ar & ro c k ! ELOQUENT, energy ettl- a p ts stove, relrlgorator NICE 2 BDRM. Duplex. Car.
y e ara old. 3 bdrms, 2 batht
Carw Ides. Trade-In’s.' Eai
lost POLICE Scanner. Regency,
w ash er, dryer. All utlllllei port.
ney, S pinet m odel. In good cond.
^
bdrm. hom e o n 8.5 a cres, *
s clonllog house. Com er '|h
totally landscaped, fencec
Ullllty room . W/
wl utilities. No p e ts. 733«34.L_
ol
low
band.
VHF.
A
UHF.
W
/
bank
llnanelng.
2Vi
m
iles
V
J ’i Included $240 pe r month^ *
•> washerKlryer
■ W B yappt.only.7334870.
d o u b le c ar oarage. Larg
hookup.
? “ • Locusi 4 Slh Ave. E. $JH
,M . . n l . n n . . n « . r i j . M W t H .
:)!£- VERY NK:E carpeted 12x84
d e p o sit. 32»W 1._________
a ssu m a b le F.H.A. Loan arr
r
s fs i^ k r^ ^ s ie -s v p e
^
YAMAHA
Organ.
2
___ F enced yardj exi. slorsge,
V — in q u ie t Flier locatlon.-$180i
50 a REMINGTON BOL 8mm ■naa
mag keyboards. Exc. oond. $480..
d s h w s s h e r.' m uch .m ore
...... ' am all down.- *S5,«00.- Ca
.... KITCHENETTESAND Sleep
>ep^ All electric: Close~to %
(SI.
w llh factory ammo. $350. Call
Call 11a Blue Lakea N.. So. 22. ,
M M .54^<948m om lnas.
O udrun
lor (iataBa ti t DOUBLE WIDE 28x80,>, 2
In o room s. Phone 733-7784.
$295 - + $100 dep. ^308 r ^ n t h , no p e ts. 3384887. „
T -r. SMALL 2 BDRM, TF. Slove 8
324.7508arfer8.
H oo r bdrm , 2 balh. excellent cot
: W ee tem Realty 7334388
or
'
BRICK HOME In Sawtooir
LOOKINO FOR A HOUSEiO
Offl Ridgeway. Call 733-48733 oi
^
K
refrigerator..rolorences
reditlon.
available
&
ready
t
^■734.1288.________________
REPOSSESSED One 50x90
c90 A
AM
B l'a .. 73W190._________________
__APARTVENT7 Call O ullld'a
_
. (O-Ofnceltontab _. ' O
Qulred.noj>ets.42»6902.
—
m ove In to -at Lary J . Cs
/e tta
Vfe~iiniC«la]U1pinMn
ne 40x4a,'All ste el Curvelta
-----------___ NICE 3 bdrm in Twin. Car­
CLEAN
newly
ark.- - s ty le buildings. Must sell TWO
BLUE U K E S Olllce Part
;• - PRJVACY.VIDr
- 7?4-gW!.
- m e n t U t s o f storag e roorr SUPER
Burroughs
L4D00
port. extra storage, W/D
" '. r
884 s q . ft.. $7B2/mo.lnclude
d es Im m ediately. Call 1425-1907. C om puters with 3 c a sse tte
■oun- DOUBLE WIOE G reat Lake
• -N a ture ’s beauty surrour
>*<••
and large co v ered patlo ^wll^ rem odeled 2 bdrm, 1 balh,
Furh M kup, $285 + deposit.
m’
NICE
1
OR
2
BORM.
Fur
ulillilea. Available Oct. 8.
>nie/ Mobile Home. Qood cood
^ It Silver dollara and ailver
JS?*fenced yartf. G aa h e at wllf
''d i n g
th is lariia home
lilver sU tlo n s e ac h. COO each,
150. 32M 0& or 328-4835.
’ n ish e d apartmenL $150
—
Interealed-Q onna 7338200.
! afcreage NE ot Suhl onI th
th.e tlo n . 3 bdrms. 2 bath, luir^i
now Call Price A Streeter CPA’e
_
ONE,
TWO,
o
r
THREE
bdrm
RIm.
pH
ances.487-243a.__..
I 'S nake River Canyon Rim
« j o V 5 .T i w S i 'H S<nee
s ; TWO BORM HOM E^7012nd
r
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SI. E & 440 ElmJ1 7 S • $225/
m
7 3 « « 8 0 o rh » W 4 3 e v e a I..
• 'J Q + a c r e a with 6 a c reIS
s In
li FOR Sale o r Lease 198114
J t- . SIMPER'S Chriatm as Sales
i ^ s ------------------------------------- '
$50 d e p . ^ 1 fum ished
SeTn POfmonth._Call 733-4187.
u r d . 70 Sahara with expando.
I
; r ^ o c t l v e apple orcharc
—
i ^ l n W est Realty BIdS?cd
lp- 3
BRCtC SBDRMhomelr
Call A T ree Flocking now open
> ^ n 077-fM .lo.T V & S ter»o
I
c a ll 7 3 3 ^ it2 o r 733.7808. _
RIGHT DOWNTOWN. 3 room
fW*'! 7334071; •
(tM o re ground available. 77yyr.
i bdrm .. 2 balh, 6 a cres, clos
ooth Very nice. Largo 2 bedroom,
appointm ent for those
lo9«
Twin Falla, n e a r Saw1oot^
way
a
p
t.
all
ulllllles,
3
va
1
BORM.
$128.
Near
Safewa)
•'o W log/fram e 2 atory homi
iome to Je ro m e. Exc. lerm s. Ca
loca- wood burning otove. slove
rlslm aa tree noedo. Have
Have FOR SALE: 18" RCA color
M.
FOR
RENT:
600
sq
ft
0III&
.
o
r
efudlos.
$150.
Call
734«58.
In
Twin.
3284373
e
vea.
oi
s.
atco
llect
503-889-7D44.
Reallc
: V lth 4 M rm s., 2.Vt batha. ai
ga s and relrlgeralor, storage
; ; v 8 varlallea In elock lo
S,
843-8404.
wkdavs.
^
SPACIOUS
2
BORM
APT.
f t n c t h r e loft family room
im t ... a hed,
2
c«
garage,
c h o o ae from.438<501
___
h e al, cable W . Tull bsmt.,
« » " . o * E 2 i ___________ :______
Utllltlea piOd, stove -8
f i r e p l a c e . Must s e e tot ap*
ap
3e^ 1 o r 3 BDRM DUPLEXES;fo
foir
ped. R elerencea. $378 ptus deG reen T ree Acceptanoe
le. 4 SYLVANIA 28’ Color Con.
::all STEEL SIDING Qullk)tlne.
kuc- relrlQerator, $325 per month
llp r e c la te . Will tease opttoi
ren t. Call Snake River Auo
iOfa...ppo|f,_.,.Three C P t o (ty
^
Ptton tB81 Q ovem or 1 4 x 3 ,2 bdmally inch o r 8 Inch, $229. Call so le . In good cond. Som e
'
> $100 d l^ S lL 7330895.. _ - llo n733-7W ;..................
yoar M aneoerB 7S»a6» •
I, 2
Rent protection w /yesi
„
1961 Fleetw ood, 14x80,
new tubea.$129.324-78m .
.
'
73^40.
iS ^ K iS r^ R E A L T Y
le ase .
R efs,
required. VERY NK^E carpeted 2 bdrm
•'
bdrm , low down, »asy
eas
rm
I.
A
nother
quality
A
an
d
.
M
terms.Calt1-80M 484832.
^ W trailer. Slove &-refrloerator,
property. Call 7&8200.
quiet location in Filer, $180,
— .
U K E N E W .H e tty amplon.
80’
--------!:?TOWNSITE.-By-Ejioculor,-:
= - noT)ets:C all32M 687.'~
i.B r.. Lg. lMng_ mi., Brlgh
112i
BUHL/RLER. 2 bdrm Coun
bdrm
In Kimberly.
. try hom e, with C e d ar Interlo Diahwashor. ga s heat, new
Blua Lakea S p .a _________
^ 1,
o n 4.5 a c re s, wllh garage peint, carpet, pantry. 423UKE NEW 1983 Tamaraci
23—
28x58. 3 bdrm, 2 balhs, al
tio i
-------3
*«'S
e leclrlc. llreplace. deck
m ni 12x80 TRAILER for rent. 12
— a asu m e axlatlno balance-o
- ^ m lles South W est o lT.F. Ctll
BLs— a p p ro x - J 2 8 .0 o 5 - a n d 'ta k i
—
CLEAN
1
bdrm
home
MM, overpay m en ts. 733-3783.
SSSH S
inforlo r sa le. With tamlly m t
•
rplace, malkKi. .______________
•!n
dining room in d M w kRi
12x50 2 BORM, Mobll
>Ushed~ m o r e . L o c a te d M 2 act
^
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• e ra s . H ome. Ift JE R O iIe. UOU
over pajnnentt‘ p
@
nelohbortiood. Le«s than
tt
C a l l W S T , __________
»
for twMlnQ last wtnl
12x84SK Y U N E.Sbdrm .ne
s a a .'s s ; :
'
«
YtHir»>orl».9ffl.73M7<B
formica cab ln e ta. Up out lh
Ja
' BO N IW 4008Q FT 8H O
Ing room, S8600 or bei
»^a
^s^e,
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6 b d n n . 3 ba th , wood sto
reaaonabla olfer. 733413
more.
evenlnos o r w eekends,___
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^
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COLLEQE MEADOWS CC
'm .lH FARMS FOR SALE o r Lea
f
Alt electric, 3 bdrm.
an cM . 320 A cres, 230 a cres,
H
.1 ite tti. fireplace, appllaitci
a c re s . -With or .wtthpot^
I
c a r p o r t A u u f f l e ^ %b loan,
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MOVE m NOW 2bdnn. 14 b]
___.'- '9 0 T an u tak Mobile Home
Nloe Immaculate. $10,900 lov
ctrto dow n payment. 10 p ercen
^ £ t.
! » I o W n l air. A p p iu . 1800
in
In lere st on balance. Call toi
yn e
I'iMKdSa^Lss
SJ.
ON SNAKE RIVER-T^iou
a an d Sprs. Ntee, clear
Mobile Home. 2 bdrm. rwJ,
l 2 ‘i(1B’ covered sun deck:w
wj/
p atlo fum . Vacation o r yaai
'e a r
jittl-OiitolTMni •
round. Oreat fishing etc.
sic.
lell.
•S'BORM. HOME In Rainbow
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7
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PUSUCNOHCE.
T m a r w '/ ^ e x t ^ — O w n e r^
- tsta- A m e r lc a n - M o b tle - H o mneeii”
. ' h l i i y mothrated. 171,600.
500. h a s b e e n appoinled to com3mrealtor), a e a r Lakes
vpt
. l A M n W o r . T.F. 184.0X1
•fioa
■•j:fl734-7BW
B
'
if a f e - a s :
"
_ .
h o m e s. T hese hom es will b e
rea d y for InspecUon - o h
T uesd ay , November 20 at
«-*
.. American Mobile Homea
on.
!jg-BallW«Hom«s
»hSr'«5,'M
S
o f -th e s e setee ct hom e
available a t th e se low
p rtce a. You can ’t afford to
ffllaathlaopportunlty.______
^
2 & 9 b d rm s,lo w le m ts so m e
Sm aii~Hw -'
l5 5 i_ ^ r^ a ® H O « s —
‘A ppointm ent only 7 M - 7 S1 ^. ;'
73M 568
■
. 332W 3rd W est. 1 person
on
M m h o u se , eleclrfc h eal. Call
Wi .
call 7 3 4 ^ to aee.________
___ t140. P-1B. 2 bedroom, ~ 1l .
CLEAN, 3 BORM. Homa.
la . 2: bath, carpeL d rapes, and
ipea, ^ a ^ l n M u ^ o h ^ ^ E me'
w
ild
i« r ^
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.
ISE
" yoT*
IOALTY
----2 i! i! b *
HOME, a
com ldrtable 2 bdrm housi
ouse y l y r t c ,
O irton
n e ar town. R e leren cea, un
finished u p s u ir a . flrablaM
no o e ts. Q oodlng 8 3 * < S 5 r
COUNTRY UVMQ. J e ro
m 2 B D M HOUSE lor ren
rome
t
inL
a re a. 6 b ed ro o m s. 2 baths
•ftf ls r d e n " a p o tr* M jM « g e r i
milee-from Twin W s . $391
s e .*
p e r m onth. Available NOWI
:all
_
BARNESREALTY^ ■. e S * ^ 1 4 . 3 bedroom, 11
I
B M 227
s a
COUNTRY! 3 BDRM, extn
=
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h M d ln g o f
macetfunderfheAai
y pureh o le « t
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famlHea everyday t
rea ulta will am azea yiyou^ Cali
to d a y a n d o o e o fo uMr rfrtendly
^
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m oat effecthre a n d b(
M reaulta you a re
iJlW
. 733«31
t
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t jd^i5 2 :_________
GRAVEL .
Wlckel’a GGravel
n
PII. P i t '
It, Q riln Rock..3/4
idera en rlc e,a n o w
' 8 ,2 W, 3/4 South
.3J44418.
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pewrltera, la b i n .
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te ^ W a ctasi
Fordrfvewaya,
parking
loi8,et
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v r. N orthw est C n n e ,'
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gravel.
You ha
haul o r we deliver. 843^
o r 7344298.
I N S U L J ^ ^ and
UL a p ;
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nleaa ateel skiing a t a
Price. 32M048. - - f w oonaWe
ft
. PAINT|
rS T f
. . . . . . .
Everett
WBWQANDWELOffW
PUjMG
:man’a Plumbing,
gg
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Si
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f
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$7
$7.30 p e r aq ft. free e sts.
43
4234418 o r 5 4 - W . ■
•TOEE.SCTyiCE
Interm ountain
tree
i!l
rem oval & topping, hedge
______
B -8 nm B » N ew a. Twin
w ln f t l M d f t h o ^ W e d n e s dday.
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0 6 8-V ariety 1 ^ 3
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077-Ridfo.TV&8(0r«)
125-TiavelTiiUef» _
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HEALTHY BABY CALVEi
lo r qpod uaodd Ilur- ENGUSHWALNUTMEATS
1964 .Yamaha Motorcyd
ycte.
/ES. 4440 JOHN DEERE Trw to
jnd.
Bulla, *25. Heifers, *30. Cj
99.05. n lturo & appliances. B|ni
N eeda so m e repair wo
Q uad
rang e.
Ir1(^
I. 420 Fumlture.-TO-1<21.
—
^ * 9 2 . _________ ^ ___ h ;^rau llc9. duals, lesa tha
done. *40 o r b e sl offer. C
ENGLISH W ALNUT8~
8 2 9 ^ . ___________ _
HEAVY DUTY CHUTES:
____
COMPLETE Uvino Roi
m.G6.
6
9
('lb
.
1084
Crop,
4
miles
i»es
crow
ding.
1
loading.
Ooc
O ro u p , w on’t last al CBS.
1981 YAMAHA XT250. E
•n te r, VVost o l Buhl o n Burtoy Rd,
buv. Cair733^71________
nbed
cellent condition, only S
—
IIS -F arrn W o rk
1975AlrBUin25Ft..'hi«lnbfl
' a t Oid O oep Croek Schooi
S t
mllea. *800. Call 734-1868.
~ r — m odel, exc. cond.
Hereford Bull.
h o u s a s a ^ . ; _______ • cPOLLED
H'!2- ‘
AllO nuodW otlr-“....
o m tng . 2
years 'ok
.
, 1982 Yamaha Virago 750, liJ
NEW BSR Equalizer.“ uUa t COMPLETE Twin Sizembi
CORNTHRE8HINO4&flr0
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e
J
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n
o
a
P
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Attention
(jon
ro ason ab lo price. Cali B«
n?r» 1976A rgosyTnller20Ft..vi
io M u o nly S8S.BS. Calna Ctoaran
1., w/ new;
1962
Inlematlon
•
S 3 ^ . For s S i . Opionit
rock picker, loadei^ manui
Se
n
io
r
Citizens-Dollvorod
10
diO
H
onry
825-6648.
air 'c o n d .. perfect com
)0w“
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Mhd. Scout, m ake offer. 734-3482
T u m ta b l« S S 0 .A U rl2 m
w
—
hauling. 543-6886.
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St,
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rl
lOOl
Rusaot
____
DANNY D King watorlx
P.SI
TOP R eplacem ent Angii
leler
^
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1983 KAWASAKI 3 Wheeli
!°|!? CORN
COMBINIM
liNG
P o U to o s *9.re. 1001 Hod
o o k case head, fl drawe
H olfers.
Howard Angi
.
. KLT 250. like new. o r ^ I
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;!l
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color TV by ranllno. ^
—
Four M f 660s. 35 yeara exp<
w
heel
traller,
loaded,
ext
sidor trado /or older 4x
YOUNG , mlik/nurao co
,
c rodllors chockod. 204iM
Miiln DAVENOS UO & up; Od
cow rience. trucka. available
cond.J10.500.
l» ^ -P e m S u p c llw
Richfield 487-2433.
_
H olstoln X, *850. Reg. K
I.
alonal chairs S2S & up; T
A vo.N . CAINS-739-yni.
M. L£SUE R. JONES, MC. 7X
>red
S h orlhorn Bull, C o m inD'g ':2, 8458 o r 32M280 or Dou
—
P o o r Bov. 733-4332.
■ _ADORABLE
Rogislofod
ovod'■
' '
^**0 ..Bank financing o n approve
019.
*450.536-6723.___________
B eaq lo s
& Schnauzocs.
__ __326-4181.____________• ' ___
JUNGLE GYM Bunk Beds.
Be<
crodltl
078-Fum.&Cifprt» ___
138-Heavy Equipment
d ay . R eady, lo r Christmas, hurry
urry
t2 HEAD of young, purobro
G o o d ' for raining da]
prod CORN COMBINING W antet
»ted.,Q b
golong-hom-cowa. Guarnatoo
BLONDE Olnetto t able,
SS
cuBtom m ade including
aV an d o rd er now. thov are oo*
y o d . Have 2 7720 Com bines, w/6w ll
A.G.
6
&
G
1
N
P
A
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;ollonl In o Insti 734-3170 or M4-78gl.
Ml.
b red to long-horn bull. Prii
leaf,
Ino & slide. ExcolK
w rought Iron boM , Ext. loal
USEDEQUIPMENT
*'ic- row headera. Also hav
.
«M 580
JUBo d t0 80li.CalM-322-t943.:__ __trucks avail.. If n e eded. a
and.
C hrislm as present. *450
150 or AKC IRISH SETTER pupCa
l ! 2 f « c - ’ eond
. i f - s N ^ " "
bo a t oHof. Cali 324-2057.I;___ _p io s, by so n of Ch Tuxedo's
. *100.73M>47 days.
CASE26704WO,1977w/
Bgin 5384232or53fr4517.
10 »
9 HEREFORD COWS. BogI
,000 • ,
.
jinino Form al O ccasion. Hips and
d u a ls ..................... -...*30,0C
and
calving In March, brod1 I10 CORN
—
8 tall oak cano-back dini
THRESHINt
aiy o y o s guarantoed. Swoot.
CASE 2670 4WD,1977w/
eot.
Bool M aster Bull. 538-61D0.
room chalra. Seo to] <
O'
NHTR95. Cali Doug Beame
•
•
•
•
m ellow tomporamonls.'.Cail
C«ll
________ .
r --------- 073^-Sowlno 4 Crafts
I—
d u a ls ............ ............ *30.0(1
pro clato . 075.823-049
| •
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" I ' m t i r e d , G rroo nn d d a d ! C a r r y rqei?".
^
829-5894._________
—“
324-7201 ovonlnos.________
C A S E830w /slngleorw lde
CORN THRESHING-Truck:
tOWBUr, nVEMSi 21.
M
S
l2
6
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a
m
p
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f8
4
S
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lte
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t..............................
*400
__________________
_
•000
AKC R ogisterod blackr i&
OTQ-AppdancM .
i(M _H or»e3
avallablo II n eeded. Cal
reoo
—
----M .F .1 1 5 0 ....;..............*750
p uppies. Approx. 7
FORSALE
5434311 or 543-4061.
M
FRIGIDAIRE
Portab
58,7-QOODHORSES —,
10INT'LIISOMIxall..........*200
KXM
l4
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8
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rtablo w o ek s. * ^ Call 7344817
1973 ROAD RANGER 10
Dlshw aaher. sro al valuo
■ CUSTOM HAY STACKING.: Cam per. *1000. Call 734-<856
aoo
__
________
FORSALE
1^ .
GEHL 120 MIxall............*250
« i » ! i _______________
73 INTERNATIONAL Pickup.
S99.95. Calna O o aran
wide. 1066 hay stacker
kKC
CALL733-7054.
CHRISTMAS
GIFTS-AKC
iniQt LEER Cuslom . Shell, fill
1/2 to n .6 cyl, su n d a rd ahlft,
C e o t f . 733-7111.
Sch
ed
ule
early
lor
promp
■
lack
HORSEPOOR
-i-TT Boxor Pu p s. Fawn wilh black
i
BURKSTRACTORS
^ standard bed . tinted glass
- r u n s T ^ ^ , good cond..1Call
J08. »Ofylce.Call53i2273.
HOT.POINT.REFRIG. ., n« j» • - ma»_k, »ja,43<K tt2e.- - ______N
ood lo soil som o horsoj
- TwInFaHa..............
- ___ -+.m any more extraa_____
lu onane ralla. * 8 2 5 .5 4 3367..—
^7.
iffx:
Pick u p th e phone, give* ua
CUSTOM
MANURI
For moro Inlormollon. Call
Ca
^
C a lia a ^ ^ o r7 3 3 -< 9 6 9 .
- - 'I •
. r ? _ O o l» fm « n ._ 8 -.m o n th _ o17^
id
m \.
------------ ----------------------r ^
WINNEBAGO C am per shell
; ; . . - g - callatS24^M1fl.-------------—
76 CHEVY LUV. runs good,
------ SPREADING. Call Bren
------ fom alo. trainablo, good wilh - 734-742?o r 543-5614;---------n lo^
1984 CHEVY S10 Diesel \ \
locking door, good cond
a m /lm c a sse tte . Leaving
lor
^
w
,
e
r.
54»4974.
HOT POINT Eloclfic Rang
33.
Horsosbouflhl-sold-tradod
wflO- klda.*25.733^»89.73M73a.
&7.
Pickup, very sharp, white ! —
*250. Bret, ev es fo4-iai7.
Service.muBtBeni32*4&7.
■■m
EKC.cond.ttOO. 53M370.
MANUREHAUUNG.
H
om
oolD
oc'sD
octor.
with red sik)r1 trim, hard < 5 ^ - FOR
SALE.
Miniatuio
I
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1984
8'
S&S
Oversho
sh
o
t
,
USED
'
55.
boan
cutting,
roto-tilling,
al
1^°
93-LIvoslock.
PH.
733«55.
^
SKINNY MINI combinatii
rubber bed liner, low m llesr 1 •
|« ‘ori Sch n auzo. AKC reflislorod.
Mao Campor. G as stove, reltlg
i
w aa h er/d rv er.
Excoilo
jndlINDUSTWAL EQUIPMENT
35 MPG. Cali 5434517.
'
REGISTERED & Grade TT
Ap ty p o s custom larmlng. AIS( furnace, oxcollent condi
Call 67^8772.
i» ; H orseahoelno. 326-4631.
W
condition, faas. 733^)328.
—
u l o o s a Maros & Goldings
—
tion. 8254734 Or 733-4969. _
ii—
FREE Mbio Gorman ShorX)
'__________
J.D. 310A Backhoe. *21.500
Prlcod to 3011. Call 543-8957.
if .'
MANURE SPREADING
WHITE Whirlpool 2 ovc
Cat
D
4D
ozor.
*10.000
y”
ran g e ;
While
Whiflpo
:e,
WELL BROKE Older Sorro
0,11
17 t-A tito D e il« rj
42flg 127—H o tM ^ o m ea
XX)
175-A uto Dealers
___
Case 58C0 Backhoe. *16,000
S .:
relrlgerator. Bolh in goc
— , g olding. groat with kids
FREETOGOODHOME
condition, roasonablo. “can
C»
im.,
Rollol Milker Available, any
am CLASS A MOTOR HOME lo
Muai havo puppy ahots.; 33 ^ jg ;g q li^ .? 3 9 7 a llo r 5 p m
;
ronl. 21 It., sle e p s 8 .733-102;
^1027
ELUOn INDUSTRIAL
Shllt. Call 324-7384.
— ■ m onth old-M ato Cockor, 3
o
ralto
r
Spm
733-8244
______ COMPANY.
- X. - -tO S -H o iM E q u ip m en t-■■ M onth' old 'Cocxapoo-:X,m
( n M i^ n g a n d '
5 '.
inlorsocllon Hwy934l-84,
"
FOR RENT: W innebago'225‘
m alo,1 yroid'M aioPoodloJt..
bX - NEW: G ooaoneck Horso I
,Claas A, sloops 0. gonorato
rator
C rossroads, ID
.^ r .
AlrGoodHionlnfl
7 m onth old spayod Cockor Stock •Trailers, *4200.' r 2!i
25 L J R e c r e a t i o n a l I
& A C .7 3 3 -1 D M o r7 3 a^ .
X Fom alo w /ali shots: Call .T rallo rs. ln..atock„Farm ori
•
324-2900• 1 . — FRANKUN.RREPUCE wil
-M ri“ Ahlfndl Houao.-733-W34'bft-I
" A - q la s o door. -hoataialor.-an
o o -_ E x c h a n g e ,d a v 6 , 837-6294 0 i
foroSpm .________________
i f
Bob'H ouston; Sales Rbp—
Bveni.ngs 637-6250,837-4848.
_______K ont»Fhons_______233>149
^7^ ------- Ptrm keeta& Cockatiels.— — TWOTtOHSE-------- TRAICER.
|~1Z>-A»i«ll<lll-----------—
eol. ouxlllary fuel rank, rally
a u tom atic, till w heol.
-v>7c' local raised . 253 7lh Avo East M uat aoll. Make oflor. Cal
jali 1955 PA18 S uper Cup. C-00,
leroo. d e lu x e iu->one. Scoiit1^4
w hoolt, AM/FM tlero<
or Call 7 3 3 ^ . •
45B Michigan artlcutlating
_
734-7422 or 543-5614.
_
36 gallon, hangarod slncc
rard
d a lo o n d m oro. O nlee o llo u r O c m o n tlra to r t.
WD Loader, Olosel, 1 yar
—
PROFESSIONAL
los roslorallon
In
1978
WE BUY & sell usod saddloi
r r
T he Fam ous Earth Stove
VolueS14.188.B0
-’;r
WD
Retail Vole
. bucket; C at 822^ 4 'w
i
°''?S
S
CONHNUES
& lock. Shop around with us
' an d In serts go on sale
1 GROOMINGI Vocalioning?
us Coconlto. starter, gonoralor,
Loader, d iesel. 4 In 1 buckoi
kot.
*
«
lifl I'lJ b oard your dop, Chorl
L
^'.lasf,
bocau
so
we.wlILnoLfio
. d ay a only! Hftchin Post.j '14
iiQ__
E
(X
jid
{
Q
._
afw
ay
sj)e
o
n
Jn
----------cab;-Michk}an
4.W DLoadei
Miller K ennels. 423^104.——
h is ----------- INTERMOUNTAIN—
u n d erso ld on bo o ts 8. sadX
M onroo
Street
Wes.
Id- N evada and Idaho, rod and
s rebuilt trans.. I'A'y<
MOTORHOMES
' PURE BREO Gorman Shop1
7
9
9
5
"
^
^
op- d lo sl
Vickers
W estem
>m whlto. Fresh annual. Call
ckot. 423-4457or 7 3 3 -9 ^ .
^
InW endell
=»
hord P u p s. *40. 1 yr. old.
>ld. SlorBa733-7PQ6.
a tto r 7pm. 42^5805,
loan - 5800 C ase Loader, backhoe
=
With ovor 15 low-mllo. clear
,
*100 o r bo si ollor. Good 2 HORSE Deluxe Model, ex^
'062-B ulklfngM atertal81__ __ friond & oroteclor. 366-2375.
Motor Homos In stock a sllow
low
diosol. torquo, cab, rebuli
l l . c elle n t condition. Call. 733&
121-B0Bta4ACC8S8. _
unil
engine; 5 8 1 ^ C aae Loadei
a s *8000. Bring In your unli
H '
GRAVEL
PUREBRED Poodio Pups',
ps. 3Segdayaor733-22e0.eyw«._
Ilgn- backhoe. d iesel, torque
[ue.
CHEVROLET. PONTI
JN TIA C ■ t a w a r w - j
USIroo apprarsal. Consign^
CRUSHED QRAVEL. We
W w hllo, Malos *75. Femaloa
—
BOATS.NEWANDUSup- m onts welcome. Speclalizoc
. aO M C T R U C K S
izod
^ 23^5
EO. M otors, p a d s, and sup543- t60.Call324-85a6or324.2616.
S10 6 -Sw ln o
S IS l i
•
S o r T S s a . ' " " " '—
” ' REGISTERED Gorman Shot_ ■ plloa. Soo us and savel 2W
I .
^ (i® ^ 7 0 1 5
;. .
940 AC artlcul. Loader wll.
]s.
m iles woat o l hospital, Hwy
12m FOR SALE: 50 Wlenor Pigs.
Q uality
built . Trusset
Call 324-4265 or 32«-2218 alTor
for 30. 733«1<1 Magk: Valley
^
Gangwrail ongineerod. aCa
5:30 p.m ._________________
^
*
*
*
*
*
;
( t t f ( ^ ^ € lca
7 3 4 -6 5 M
:
3 2 ^ 3 9 0 0 3 22 4
^ -4 3 1 8
Kt
to r Iroo q u o te s, 328-5900.
MSJlOi_______________
ier Evlnrudo & Mercury Motors,
>rs.
”
20 CROSS-BRED wolner
RED CEDAR exterior. Inter
at boats & liahlrM tacklo.
<lo.
,,
o r, fencing. Channel Ruaii
175-Auto Dealers
Win ispliuM ftom limiff,
■^JUi ^ 3
F a r m e r s ’ m a r k<eett i i n 3 ^ “"
d a,
■
Tom’a Marfna & & o r t Ode,
V-firoove. W hile Pine. Con
liiendj with thi] tupeib quill*
I9V4'
..................:
MOTOR H O M E'1974 19V4'
■
Heyburn/Burloy. 67S-7473.
•Clojfrup w tiom I diJlince, - lu m b er. Po les. 324-8120.
00 ' 'O pen Road. Low mllos. fully
fully
“
iO g -S tie flp JG o a ts_____
WOOD BOAT 4 Trailer. *100.
odi— ROUQH_LUM BER._post.l
------------ lbe.pulled.wiuih design UMdtliont-.
= - Cali 733-3058.- - .................. ..se lf-c o n tain ed ..-- oxcolloni
i,> p o le s, tr u sse s, gaiv. 'iam
n d " '0 B 7 - ^ y ; G r ^ n & F 6 e d ~
out dumitiuily. Ihis quill< >
—
condition. *7700. 734-4024.I.
17FT
1882
CARINA
Boai.
IIJ.
c o io ro d m etal. 32W131.
i
tivly I shmtpiece. Pittern 70IS;
?To
11(>~Poultfy&Rabblta
1971 FORD V 4 . 4 spood,
____ moloL&-trailor..Trl-hull, oxchirBruJtteni pi«B, yardijeS'
lies - BPEOALpPIt-Run Gravel,'*
33. ■■Chas8ls-biilil''molor home.
10. collont condition.. Call 733LARGE
Young
Goeso.
J
lot sin£le. double jitn.
p o r yard. 5 S, 2 W, 3/4 Soul!
oulh o M at;C all 324-5032.
Low mlles, *4,950 or besl ol'
* 5.oach. Call 7334750.
5773 or alter 8.7344422.
S2.7S lor uch pitttrn. Add
(dd
olJefom o.C all324.34t8.
|5i
te r. Cali 324:4249^________ _
~
APPROX. 70 Ton Qualily 2nd
nd
S0( uch panem. lot pmute
“
198115'BASS
4
DUCK
Boat.
SPECIAL: Rough Iumbo
"M r cu ttin g hay. No rain. *55» . 112“ lrrioallon
tn d handlinf. Sind ta:.
to:
25hp Johnaon, 18 Thurst -1973 EXPLORER 24-Class A,
*220 lo *250. Firewood am ton.543-M 15aller8p.m . .
u ll
Fully equipped, exceptional
onai
^
U iu Braeb C (ik
a . ? V ''
— oloclric. dual tanks, llvo ball
p o s ts . Call 32M069.^
^
G atod & undoiground pIpo.
>nr
condition, will take trade-in.
B u t e M»U ■
•
—7z Approximaloly 40 Ions oMsl,
’0- wolls. Graph lish locator,
K|i C ustom labiicallng. p)po
. 8TEEL>IR. I Boama. „ IG
25
*9250. Call 3244114.
10- 2 n d & 3rd cutting hay. *65
■Twin Folli Tlm*i>N»«vi
fl® Call Eari 733-3033 o r 733-3125.
I porton:C ali543-sfce.----------____ropalr.&pIpQ.Irallera. Amoih
-------------B n :O . Oia C h tb u iu .. lfe«- 40'x10'-i,-70-12‘- * 18'K12",■ A—'— 1961 M iD A 8.-Sleeps6.-exc
TT,
Irr.
&
Supply,
1
mllo
Eaal
of
Z
g
o
o
d
buy.
733^)471.
rork. NT 10113. Print Him*.
condition, Muat aolll *15,600.
=
BEEBOARDS WANTED. Will
122-T Sportlim goojj
'<1 Buhl. Hwy 36.543-4777.
;
U d m . Zip, ritttm Niimtw.
—
FIRMICall734-2302.’
c om o to you. Ray Odormoll,
HASTINGS GATED PIPE.
‘E. .Cushm an gasoiino goll cart.
----------CRArTS-eiilts! New '85
n s - Q v io e S iI e s
____4&5-52B0,>4ampn-Colloct.
onId. *300 or bost offer; 1981 HonA lum. PVC & underground.
Needlecrilt C itilo t-k n iis.
Iday
OAIRY
HAY-500
ton
ol
1sl.
,IJ.
a n t iq u e AUCnON Sundai
.
6
da
80
m
o
to
r»
c
le.
*300
or
Pipo
iraller.
*495.
Malhers.
6
MochelT. doiii. qu>tt^, more. 3 lt«
Mini
1984 ELDORADO 27' MIm
u n - 1 2 0 tonol2nd,3S O Ionof3rd.
J?
Doc. 2nd. Mako your cori
m iles South ol Klmborly.
ly. bosi offor; Two 10-spood
Mttons minted inside. Send {2,
Molor Home, Ford 480. ai
733- *&5lnlafQ0 lo ta .733-2148. _
L-k
sig n m en ts oarly, cali 733
Coii anytim e, 423-5847.
bikes. *30 each. 733-20M.
AU. C l ^ 90M&42.SO Mcli
g Jt
m j j S n a ^ R iv o f A u c l^ n<1^
.
FOR SALE: 7500 Bushois Ear
Alt Bocto Md C ittlcM dd so
IRRIGATION PIPE
Ruger 22 250 wllh 3x9
—
Corn. Call 543-8373.
u cb ler poitin.aM hwdliaf,
Bob Bailey Pipo Salos • Bushnoll sc ope and case .
"■
«W 5M
C e 6 -flre w o o d __________
1 3 S ^ « OeUm On Pmd«
FOR SALE; Bale straw In
_________733-4013
*275. Call 734.2058.
^
Hold. You Haul, Any quan*
‘n'
Sprinkler H ead Rebulldera
i s f i r 'K T M 'n titios; ALSO 3rd crop hay. In
lei2Maln.Buhl543-6633 *
Firew ood by the somi or. I Ir
1 2 ^-S kllng Equipment
131-Atfd • Bled Quilb
anri
sla
ck
&
h
o
rae
oat
hay.
Call
1984
PACE
ARROW lor rent
0" G uar, rebuilding lor Nelson
tho' round, or spill and
on
.......... ............ ■ r 1 2 » ^ id i 'a ' iK j Tnftsfm
423-<494.
Sloops 7. Allordablo luxury.
— RalnBIrd &W eainor Tec.
doliverod. dall 7334266.
12»Ctn«kip« Patehworfi Quilti,
7, ' 1 2 4 -S now Vetilcles
_
(^11 fa-5404 allor 5.
1980 HONDA ACCOI
ORD 4 DOOR
_________
RJRSALE
OBY PINE. del. & atackod.
• , THINKING WHEEL LINES??
------------127-AfitiwrW-Ooiliw •
■
nlii
2
7
lo
n
so
M
8
tcu
tlln
n
h
ay
.ja5
’
i» 3 1 7 0 .W o i* 5 8 «
”
Boforo buying. You nood to 1978 MERC Trail T.wlsior 340.
18" split small, *80.18" split
40.
12S-Thrifty Cnttj H M tn
*70 p o r to n .C a ll3 2 H 3 ^ .______
m e d ., *75. 22" aplll -lg. *70
c o n sid er Travis or Thundo^ G ood Cond. With cover.
12S-Ptlil Qulltx---------i
B
O
l
i
i
'
'
'
'
'
'
'
:
: ' ' ' ' ' ' .........
,0,0,
1973
PIKTORIMABI
1884
TITAN
C
lass
A
Motoi
GOOD QUALITY 1st. 2nd 8
bIrdI Wo a lso aoll & Install
p e r 3/4 ton p.U. 73S-7804
ali , *350; Call 324-7681.________
'
124-Eb i (3tti ’B’ OrumHU
lany
*3107. W o. S795 . . . .
Homos, oqulppod wilh man)
id, PVC main linos & pumps, 1977 JOHN DEERE 440 Ti
S ' 3rd cutling hoy. covorod,
I2I PIUM StHM^Oth
SEASONED HARDWOOD
Llluxury options. U nits will bc
dollvorod Tn approx 5 lon
on Givo u s a cali today. Snake QUID. Real clean. *950. Cali
117EatTArte(N«*dl*p«iflt
Call 423-4509._____________
A
iiP
R
ix
id
d
b
R
...................
1
'
."’°
1979
PONTIAC
em
u
sold
below
D
ealer's
cost.
—
lo
ta
.
Call
324-5167.________
Rhter
Irrigation.
NMo
Madclo.
l l l EatjArtefKilrpin CrxlHt
IO- 543-6674_________
»*
WE'VE GOT FIREWOOD, IP
#3O 0I.W a,*5O T5 . .
(Td Call 324-8756,.
—
G & G ln P a u l
109-SnHXnit(Bttieli»ii loci)
Urt h a y FOR SALE. 20 fon: 2nd
»
1980 POLARIS 500. Low
■0
pin e. Cut. spilt, doliverod.
lOMnteat S«wlD|
cutting: *87.10 ton: firal cut?n
43W580
Call 324-7583.
m ileage. Good condition.
A R D Z - ffl'''
1978 CHEVY CAMAH
1 1 3 -F a rm Supplies
106-lntMt Ftjhloa
,
tino: *72. Cali 324-3533,
Call 432-5224_____________
^ a m .w o .M W S ..
104-lntbnl Uomt
FOR SALE: Molorolla Mobllo
STRAWFORSALE
lio
I960 440 JOHN DEERE,
103-lS Quilti t e TodJT
073~S6w ing& Crafts .
»■■■■■■■■
“
1980 FORD LTD WAI
Ph o n o Mocom 70. Quick call
733-6734 or 326-4288.
all
Excolloni shape
*3117, R.B..S3StB . . .
12fr-UUIItyTraiIer8 .
b u sin o ss band radio, usod
Jd
___ • Call 423-4883.
WANTTO BUYWHEAT. o nly 2 yoars. oxcolloni con­
■p:
H
n
g
s
1981 SOOEVEREST
1968 CHEVY Pickup Utilit)
m
1978FORD f i e s t a1;2 door " .........................
Call 886-7752 or S88-2087.
dition. *800 or bosi ollor. Low m iles, clean. *1500 lirm.
m.
Trailer.
N
eeds
liros.
*135
01
e
o
r
#3170.
W
o.
S
25.5
.
.
_____ ^______PtANSA
XC
130 ton ol 1at. 2nd & 3rd ol Call 5434037 o r 543-4148. .
lAXDPAntBNS
Call 733-21*8._____________
_
boat offor or trado. Call alloi
g o o d qualily groon loaly
ly
1981 VOLKSWAGEN
irt6 p .m ,,324-8038.
N R A B B if4D D dR ''''
, -81 LIOUIDFIRE & '82 SportHAY; Alao 16 Iona allalla TOP
QUALirV
Gravol
'3 127. R*8. *3795 . . .
*>' liro- '61 In good sh a p e, runs
g r a s s hay. good for horsea. dallvorod.C all536-2Sll.
_I good. *1795. ‘82, oxc. shape.'
n,
■
*3 por balo or *85 por lon.
1982 P0H nA C l2«l
00 WAGON................................
only 130 ml. *2500, 7334135.
•Call 324-5943._____________“
*30I7R. W o. S M 9 5 „ ..
1 1 4 -F a rm Implements
S
A u t o m _ o t |y e
- 15 T 0N S 0I HIgti Quality 3rd
rd ~
12 5 -T ravel Trallefs
cuttln n hay. Call S43-5175.
1979 OIOS 98 REGI
GaCvVDDDR.................
USED
EQUIPMENT
200 to n a o l lo l and 2nd cul*rJ-937. W a t $ 4 9 9 5 ..
l7 k E NEW 1978 19lt sell cont ln ^ ^ h ^ , *85 por ton. Call
tainod Prowler, oloclric & ■ 132-A uto. P a rts &
C A S E580C B/H w /exton
1880 FORD LTD 2 ob
Dl b ii............
A ccessories
M o a 9 .» 7 5 0 ,734-5483.
d a h flO ............. ........$19,000
~
•3 l2 5 .W o iS 5 5 9 5 . . .
300 Iona ol 1st; 420 tons ot
LOWERY
Magic
Doone
no
FORSALf
ot CASE 580Cw>cab 4 stand.
2nd ollalla. *65 pot.ton; 135
X) Jo n ie Organ. 5 yrs old. but
jut 4 U sed 9.50x16.5 Highway
«
h o o ...............................*21.500
m
1978 CHEVROLET CA
:AHAR0Z-28...........................
to n s o l Pik Wheot. JSO por 2 CASE 580B w /c a b . .*15.000
or. trea d tirea. *60. Call 425471/
)0 ilko now. *700 or make olfer.
3Z
0 1 1 I ,« # g .» 4 W S . . .
to n . All 3 string bales. Bell
» Phono 678-5379.___________
......... *6,boo
»" CASE530
—
FORD302MOTOR
R ap id s. 100 ton ol 1st Salm­ CAT 12 G ra d e r .............*7500M M USrSELL. 1B84 19F1. Krr
ISSOFORDPIKTOW
p d i i ....................................
‘IT Com oleie. Call 326-5322.
o n Tract. *65. Cali 7334077 or
0 ' C A T 0 7C raw lo r........... *3500
« 3 l0 5 .W o t» 3 1 9 5
panion. Fully sell-con734-6489._________________— CASE1370Traclor.Cab& X) .Com
FOUR 13" S ludded Snow
lalnod. 734-9188.
— Tirea and W hoels, Fils Plnlo.
i?o*
1982 HONDA PRaUI
.ilDE........................
60 to n s of 3rd cultlng allalla.
a. a ir .................................*16.0005 1963
ARISTOCRAT
16*.
8
.
*25
oach.
Call
324-4773.
_
-».1I30, W o»*7695 . .
Vi w ire tlod. *62.50 por lon,
n. IH 584 Loador.'l9SO .. .*9.000
■o Radial tiros, sup e r cloan, a
H azoltgn. Call 829-5W^
* TIRES, WHEELS, winches,
re al buyl Cali 5 4 i ^ .
daiign lhal you can
AHTIQUCDADVCnADL.C
C cta»ic
C
ll
1983 LINCOLN COKT
toll bars. All 4x4 acffiNEHTAi'iibijdii...........
: BURKSTRACTORS . , 1964 TRAVELE2E Travel
tHiildtrftmplywood or p>lna.
lr>4. Compkle plant anoo you
'ol cossorlos, 324-1264 days or
#3137, W ot S12.975 ..
0 9 8 -F a rm s For Rent
Twin Falls
Trailer. 24 Ft., seir-conlaln............. .
H«..U^3U8S
i
_________m m : _______
00 . *3000. -148 w . A ddison;'
FOR RENT. On Intorstalo 84,
TWO 78x14 stu d d e d snow
n
IHC 454 Traclor. Wldo front
It SpaceC-10.
S. ol E don. 295 a o o s . All ir)
tiros. L ess lhan 600 miles.
w hool llnea. HlgMy onorgv ond, powor stooring. dllrilCE-STANOlHO
k '
ii. *85. Call 324-2089._________
r; IM l NtJ-WAY 32 foot Hil,fl
loronlial lock, good rubber;
efiiclen t. C ash ront. Call
uiMnon Sm
‘>'j
,- chhikor Sth w neol Trailer.
ir.
1TOVEGA FOR PARTS. .
W
A \
678-8820. Bufloy.o vofl.— - . -MH N o ..l2 .b alor. aliing.tio;
----------------- yautMtrinvowf------/ly C ast Iron block. *150. Call
0 Loadod, just like new. may
■
IHC No- 5 Side deilvory rake
Mil light wrwn
PRIME Potato 'iiiound for
ot 734-4527._________________
„ bo soon at .730 Conlor Street
"
o n rubbor: 8 fl. corrugator
you iMiia tn>«
ren l. 100 acro a 4 whool lino.
r,
1381 GMC’/2 TON 44X4
:
i; Eost in Kimberly o r call 423;■
w /4 sh a n k s and oxtra shoos;
lulMcngmmlirot
I
^
73 VEGA lor u n s wllh extra
3 yearo hay. 2 yoars o u ln .• Myors* SQuaro n o se ditcher, 4111 an d ask for Roper or
#4205. W et S899S . . .
or motor *300; Four 15" 8 holo
*255 po r aero . 334-2197 or
-o r
423-5528
C»n M IIIIMl*t
‘
3 pt. hitch; Ford 501 roar at-i: Robblo
M Chrom o W hoels w /caps.
324-8551.a l l o r e . ___ __
in ' " " ' ' " " ;
1978 CHEW ’/2 TON
any angl* Siii K
.
tach o d mower; Krongio 2 wookonds and evenings ask Now. *200; Call 536-2657.
M330.
R«g.
.
.
.
,
........
J
:
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......
TWIN
FALLS-,210.-close
in,..............
........
30 . U inch*!
-se c lio n hatfow-w/draw bar*-- lo rR o QOr' • .
______ i •
E xceptional
Opporlunily.r. Evoraman 8‘ Land piano. 3 24W * PROWER
CompMt .Itp.
Travel
1881 FORD F-250
W rite box J-64 c /o Tlmoaa pi. hitch; 8x18 It Hay trailer3r Trailor.
”|..1 3 5 - C » c le jS S u p p l lij
1974 in- E xcellent« l7 7 .W o « $ 7 3 9 5 . . .
■<MmWy int1ru«>
Jj
N ow 3,.PO Ejox,5*8,Twin Fallss on landom axlos; 8x12 Itt condition, uaod very little, a /
tl 1 9 ^
KAWASAKI NINJA
Biankot harrow on 3pi • c & twin b e ds. *5500 or make
lii
1979 FORD F-250
NoN»'>U9S
I:
Iramo; 2 bottom 2-way disc: ollor. Phono 6784379.
( W - P a a t u r e s For Ront
g S l - 7 ^ - " #4174. W o t S5695 . . .
plow; JO Manuro sproador;
HAVE ROOM 10 board a fow" MH doublo Disc drill oni-• ^_______ ’
1973 CHEVROLET %
j i t 'o i i ............................. .
h o ad of h o r s e s 'o n opon1 sto o l. 16 holo; Forguson lOli
#4110.R*g.SS59S . . .
175-:Au1o Dealers
• corru g aio
oponor.
PTO1 175-Aulo Dealers
§2«a»'
^
’ o' poraiod; Pamllne calilo
1979 JEEP CHEROKEE
EE 4 X4 " ............
ollor; 18 usod toiophono
#4?nn. W ot *7495 . . .
l i g - C a l l l e ____________ !
po lo s. For m<5ro information.
I Call 886-2397 aftor Som.
^
............
1980
FORD
F.250
,A N G U S B U L L S ,2 y o arcld 4
1
606 with duals.
#4218. W ot SSS9S . . .
y o u n g e r.
non-pamporod.I international
‘
o a ay calvers. Howard Angus; gI o o d condition. S«000; Case
1979 CHEVROLET V
^2 i i i i i « 4 ' ' ' ...............
R anch. 543-4915.__________' 630. rebuilt. *2850,829-5180.
'*4l27.R »g. S649S . . .
A " ‘
ToOcOef...
BEAUTIFUL' day old Col-. J;. D. 4430 Sound guard, air,
fully iilutlrtiM and Mla>l<d
i>l«d plant
i
lo' lh*i« (Mi>gni'ui
’; o stru m le d calvos.-H ollers, Q< uad rango. ixiwor Iront.
pow er d oor io c k t.
«P107. ftom ovabfe tuLin
n rool.
i
1981 CHEVROLET ai c AHnw.................
proK'ta, pU*Mllll in and
<del>pin«0>d*'fiianx
eli
Sancimo
’ low
*50; Bulla. *35.32*-3368.
' h o u rs. * 1 8 .» 0 .788-2823.
It. eycle-w lport. ro o r winpo w or windaw»;*mot».
#4209. W o i *6495 T r ;
ao)l» amount apKl'Wd lo>
a
lo« a»cn
Al■o•at•*al^
r. vonity m if ^ r . c ru ite .
BULLS FOR LEASE. Rocky. Jo
; h n O oere 4440; John
clown dologdifiu a ir.
paatao* paid Uail Isr
B anielt. 543-8075,________ J' D ooro 4040; C ase 2390; I.H.
1978 FORD T-2S0
FM c o fte lte w llh graphic
ootom otle. illr.iVM /FM
x liM C ran a '
CIlMlIM
, 1068; C aae 5800 Backhoe;
>N-935. W o t *4495 . .
m oro.R«tollS13.a9S.O O .
equollzor ond^clM k. mo
COLOSTRUM - STARTED] Now
>
. Oapcirlmi
n m « n iC (3 3 0 1
C aae 12‘ C hliel Plow.
Bull calvoa. Call (
SeilOOo
Oei
' Call for a price on new trac­
>y. OK 74000 ■
. Ol.by.O
to rs, will trade. Call Bill
COLOSTRUM lod day oldi lL ouohm llior 733-5781.
HoiloiB and bull calvos for i
N
J.0 .4 4 5 0 .3 6 h r8 .1 5 sp .
sa le.3 2 » 3 * 3 8 o r3 2«-i6a8. ' Pwr.
f E W shllt,
Low. low prico.
Cali 734-2713_____________
Coloatrum Food Bull calvoa‘ -i
Clly---------- ;______
_ SSil a t. ______ 7m 4 WO Fronl loader.
CHEVROLET-PONTI>
for sa le . Call 324-5048.
: ^ _ iTROJAN
■"AC
B sg r n
2 ^ r d b u ^ t . ^ New Holland__
-Ma —
______
_____ ^ .G M C I J I U C K S ----- DAIRY— HEIFERS;— good— I
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Chuck Petiorson. 2 North c
Amount«nelo»*d»____
. JL2.43.BLUE.LAKE
CESBLVb^NO.,-TW INF
MF A LLS-733-5110r S ---- :
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c'«i«*Oui.'BtfcW»nT>~ii
324-3331 or 324-4737.
read y . Call £ ^ 7 .
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1073 VOLKSWAQON VAN.
MO.
E xcellent condition. SION.
. c a n r t i j a __________
1974 B.300 1 TON DODQE
. Van. MaxMength. New 380
- •h flin e . BOOO o r b * « Offer.
1 « - 4 W lM lD ill« '
MUST S E U J 1088 3/4 ton 4x4
1x4
S h o rt Box. New radlala, alo><
K -A n H q w A u te t
_
tS e -A u to a -C h a ro W
.
1 0 -A u lo > » F o rt8
1060 BUICK 2 door aedan.
^
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ma
't*197Q FORD MAVERK:K. rum
^
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_
good, new tlree.S 800 o r best
^
otfer.03»<722.____________
_
n o Special. 4 door. Driven dally.
^
1079 FORD LTD.- 2 door,
N ew paint & upholatery :
^
OH
automatic. AC, 68,940 miles,
_
3i
_
excepttonal buy. 11190. Call
Loaded. Aaaume loan. Call
Cenvertlbie. New motor,
rf
anytim e, 899U228.________
■
1081 DODQE RAM 2S0 A.T.,
=u tn n am laalon, euspenalon,
•n
1070 TURBO M uitang. G r »
IK top. New w ide wRk m . All
vrijh deluxe red Interior, Pg.
.
S
!|L' n ew ctiroRW. Car runa tx
ex-- 1078' C A M A ^
Cuatom'
rz
w heel. 9 apd, chrome
s S !- A . S a 7 » ‘S S ; .." ^ " ”
I
1083 FORD Conversion Van.
paMt. custom intertor, PB,
■
Low m iles, S2900 down &
S66- ^
a t . sun roof, louver,
*[•
1812 FORD GRANADA
1^ _
p aym ent^ c u t
y - 29B80f38>.7968aflera. _
front b a r.-runs good, v*ry
to p p e r sheU. 8000 mllea, Ex.
la n .-* h a rp i B est offer.-Call
3 0 .'"1000 BUICK 2 d o o r Sedan.
- - - celle n t cooditkm. 110,900.
M*. a ffr9 :0 0 o .m ..« 3 » g 7 0 2 ._- >
71 CHEVY VAN. carpeted, Cali 324-7982 o r «»9809.
C om plet* ft restorabi*.
!!10j _ excellent ..condition.
g ^ n ta h a p Q .^ X U li
1078 CHEVY Mallbu Waoon,
1957 w a v s J S P . Qood
—
condHlon, Vi c ab .a n d tew
2i
7 3 W 4 8 o r 733-1303.
bar.t1100.C all324<4ai
'i
1 4 2 - < m p o r t8 p o rtiO n
JO. 1982 FORO EacorL 4 ^ r
* •* 1978
MONTE
CARLO.
_
1988 BRONCO. Qood condlE oo n o m k a l3 0 6 V 8 .a/(.p /a ,
I
MUST BELLI 1082 ToyoU
'OU tion. Runs pood. 280 eftolne.
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.
77 RANCHERO. fully equip^
ex ee ilen l condllton, S8400.
41 su sp enaton, top. New wkte
*00- 197Q FORD BRONCO. AM/
V. 4
pad, low m ileage, new tires,
r i
Cail73»60M ._____________
Is. w M tM .A Iin « « eh re m * .CSa?r 107V CHEVROLET tMPAU.~4
—
FM. new Ilres & wheels.
Itlc
m ust aeli. n S 5 . 72»-73n
I I
TAKE OVER LOAN on 1981
ir. ru n s *xo*<lenl & Is reedy^for door, 390 V8, autom atic
1981 O ood cond. 81999 o r offer.
«f..-tran*m
lM
km
.
POw*r.
atM
g
r-.
r
.
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'\ i» _ 2 8 0 2 X ._ 2 + 2 ._ A /C ._ c n iia
e,.....q ean& stralQ ht94W B 4a. . _ .p a in tA Interior. C an d e l W .
lM
-4
See.
2598
or38a-7088atlera.
^
s te re o , S sp e ed , new ilres.
? • : 1073 FORD F100 4x4. 4
J
le s-W a n w y & U n c o ln
^ o ^ k J tS o o on loan. Call a p e e d , new tirea A rww
IW- 1000 - ft 1989 CADILLACS.
c w w E iO M E ? ^
W il s o n
- ^-C6u9^e£TACANEW
M
1079CAMAROZ28, Excellenl
Ill Both e xceueni condition.
—
paint, runa good. t2S00. Call
^
1972 CONTINENTAL Mark W.
SMS rVE WORKMINE
e o01
tfT .*
'
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A fter9:00p.m ..3jw 017.
1Q83VOU(8WAOm
^
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roocKrt800.-73»<ia?=--------------------- Call 324.7159.-----------! m ~ k(ak^etf*rarC ali 734>7422l o^ r - i w — CHEVY
_ :~ 'd u t c h a n d baHery, rebuilt
a1980 U NCOLN Cont. Town
n
—; i ; G o o d m ll^ S ll7 3 » 2 4 2 2 . *■— CB TZW iTTftBiM inRanaN r
----------1967-V O LV O r-2nd-ow n*rr
14>-Truck8
: — f l P T s a i -------------------89.000 m iles, AT, AC, clean,
oi C ^ ^ ^ o S x ^ .^ r a S & ^ C aUliii 1983 CELEBRITY DleseL
ckuo t l S O O o r m e k e o f t e r . i■“a ^* 1974 JEEP W agoneer. 401
300d
DATSUN KIMQ CAB. Q
OO 1077 Vi (on CHEVY PIcku
Auto, cru iie. tilt, apoke,
51 73*.2394.
"on': o r 4 2 : ^ e v e n l n g s .
I for Slorra. oxceliani conditloi
—
V8. a /t. p /s . p /b , NSW tires,
"■ A M / ^ , great m ileaoe,
734. >2385. Cali 733-2402.
107B AUDI FOX 1 owner, lota
K '
16»-AmD< • O htim ot)ae
lots ru n s/k w k s good. tIOOO.
\j»
o l m iles, but aood cor>dlllon,
o n . Central A uto. Sales. Filer.
!?; ' I B - ^ A u k n - B u ld t............. beautlhji 2 tone buro w d y ,
___ . J P 7 7 ..C H E V _ .t» .- ton V
J
^ L ^ t0 7 3 o io a i) £ iJ A a a ,- < d o o c
7f^w'->1400.-CaliW3.7434.------------------ 1978-BU W K -SkyhawlrH al-'
hardtop, good oondiUon,
E xcolienlcondllion. in&ou
out. 1978 OATSUN B 210 Sports
’ ~ t o f £ 4 *p«idL A C jA M i/FM
/F I.
m s 1978 DODGE CLUB CAB 4 }X chbeck, V8. 4 ap**d, p/b.
ru n s weli. ^ . 7 3 3 ^ .
Ib.
1i»-Au>D<-Do<»fla
_ _
87.000 mil>».S30W. 7 3 1534
^
C ou p e. Good conduion.
on. 4. New palnl,'O irfect cond.
p a /, n ew paint, new betlem .
1977 OLOSMOBILE CutiaSS
^ 1
t l . o f i . Call 32*4240.'
_
83296. m ^ m T d a y s , 734.
1074 1077 DATSUN P /U . Sunroo
*" new tires. V e n good cond., 1989 DODQE 4 door Coronet:
W e M J . P A Y ( P ^ for.1S7<
^
Suprem e Brougham. 2 door
Wr. 1 W .e v e s ._______________tf. Excellent in. o u t and
1077 VOLVO WAQON. Air,
Alao caa a« tte . N eoda work. Besi
B«t
M ust aeii r m o r b e st otter.
A n v w tr P.U.S 4 4x4'«. AIk
c ru is e ,
ste reo , iuogsoe
>li*i. oH * f_ o jJad A .j3 M lo s.___ :
u e 1978 CHEVY 3/4 ton 4x4. AT,
I] C A a 8 3 7^89 0.__________ .
1B77! & M w tr A utom ebllti
122- new en p ln e, good palnl. Call
fro<<ll»fMotof»7734«40.L _ 1077 FCRD LJ4800. 5 &
I960 BUICK PARK AVE
Don, transm lsalon,
PS.
ah
1 K I FORD 1 /2 TON. Short
u J S S .n * " 3 .^ S ,.S " S .«
734. brakea.»B500.Call43»<832.
>32. ‘ 1078 AUDI FOX. ExC. COnd.
nd. 1078 CHEROKEE Chief,
I
w t i b t o i . IS06. Ctll 734
.a ale in d aa sifie d .
»>ei>Fii»ne»73M SH.
^ 1
R ed. 91,000 mliea. 4 f i n dder
e r Q ood cond. Leeded. Selling.
^
' 1978 Dodg* Vi to n Diesc
8 ,4«. pickup.
Wllh
matchlni
164-Autoi-Cadlic
FORD M TON. V- 8.
« p - d .|4 M ._ C tn g * « lg 1I.. . cam por ahail. S1999: Ca
rh 1979 E i. DORADO BARRnZ.
I
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3B
6.a6or388.7088
altera
.
OT
1070
GMC
JIMMY
High
175-AutoO H l n
1B68-FORD Pickup Vt Ton
PS, Sierra. Loaded, AC. cruise,''' L oaded, exo conditk>n^t8300
1979 Dodge 3/4 lon 1 owne
t80o.ciii734.2aaa.
II
ied pow er windows • & door!: ft ta k e ev er pymts. 7^4.2911
m
49,000 mllea. a /l. a /e . p i t
1087 CHEV. £1 Camino. ■327,
eat Tocka, AM/FM .8-track, P/S,\ d a ^ s o r m ^ e M n l r j j s ^
e
ru
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4
5
0
0
7
3
3
W
:
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low profile
—
s h a p e . S e e a l Blue la k(BS
e s P/B . Price a Streeter, 7 »
FORD CREW CAB lio n
U — radliia. n » w - p a im ,.8 hrp.&—1070
«^
o K fi,« o r,» iin M m .—
ol!-^16»-Airtoi-a¥yitor------fCall £*r1 m
f o - F350 custom , oxceliont con
*0d 436.SM0.
nes 1078 VW Rabbit, diesel, good
- — 3 0 3 3 o r7 y 4 ^ fff __________
^'^^conditlon.-eo.O O O miies.-New;—
rad la i' Ilres. Luoo*0* n e k .
«C a jl^ W 2 4 a « e r 8 j0 6 £ jj ^
:ker,
1070 FORO CCUniERI,
n o im it. iwiri ooom rocKOri
I2 .3 5 0 .7 3 W W .
_ c ellen t. 94»8130.__________
”
#2698. Tinlad g ia tt.
t . color key m o tt. re o r
lion.
3 h .j^ ,m ^ iro g I o n ..
1980 DATSUN 210 Hatw indow d a lo g o a r, oolr
lr, c ru ite, V.0 eng in e.
0 18>-Amoi»qwwoW
775 chtMCk. 9 sp e ed , great
jooiom otle, iili w h e e l.
A
1. AM/FM
tia r e o on d m u c h ump 1980 CHEVY LUV PICKUP
1072 DODQE 2 Ton Dump
1
KavinQTvtne,Mue18*<I- ~
'^•V' m ileag e, radio c assette,
le , 19,900 m llesr Call 1.72M878
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. T r u o k , 8 i p ^ 2 B p . u l »,3. »f i AC, 90,000 m lies mosll]
107B £ 3 k Cemaro. PS. PB,
•ally m u st selll S2800 or b e sl of. or1.78W181.___________
»
itfel12.a03.03_____________
5 ;_
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•na ln*. SMOO o r M it otfer.
rt tilt w heel. 4 sp e ed , low
,S
2
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m f ie a r a k c -c o n J r u D O O 'f t
TT
S20OO. Cali Jim 324.7212. 1081 280ZX GL pkg. 9 s p e e d , .
ta k e over pvmls. 733a7»4.
1073 FORD 1 TON TIr«-8arz r ^ 11,000 m iles, oaraoe stored
« [.
1081 CHEVY Vi Ton Pleku(
vie* Truck. C om praator,
L TAKE OVER Paym ents on
* u p 4 c o v ered , finish i Interior
catclum, M a t, oood cond.
° 1082 Chevrolet Cavalier. 2 dr,
8 m a t^ R ra tto n i Storo, 410
; 4 cyt, a /t, a /o , front WO.
Main Av*. S outh, or call
cali 1982 Chevy S*10 T ahoe P.U.
• e p o rt
w heels,
am/fm
_
Exc cond., AM/FM. AT. AC
^ c asse tte.tilt,L ow m liea.C all
J W 5 U ___________'
CHEVROLET. PONTI.
1979 CHEV. C - 10 Aulo Sl 360. c ru ise. V.8. loaded. 43»6655.
S l - M ust s e e to appreclste.
4GM CTRUC KS
734- 1982 DATSUN King Cab. ExEx. ni.OOO. Can T U ^ tlr or 334i0 4 T " C H lv r T " d r ~ c o u p e ,
L_
cellen t
condition
witli m , ___________ •
sty le m aster, restored, & o .
*'«’
1978 OATSUN Plekup m l c am p er ahall. IS200 o r best 1084 HONDA ACCORD U ( 44 Coileotora item Classic 1070i) condition, make offer or
exoffer. 7 3 4 « 4 7 a fte—
f5 . d o o r. 9 a p eed , cnilse con*
jn- Mercury Maruader. One ol aI Trade.Cait87».1147.
3 2 4 ^ 3 9 0 0 3 24 ^j 4 3 1 8 J 2 i 6 5 M
_
1082 QMC SIS High Sierra,
rra. iroi, AC, stereo system,
m, k l n d . « 3 0 0 0 . 3 2 ^ .
iper Auto, V8 en g in e, a /c . llll
iili -electric windows, aulomatic
197B Ford PU Camper
1MBCHEVn01£T4DOOR
17S-A utoD ai)ora
-480-w heel.~90,000 miles.- S4200,
200, d o o r'io c k s. Larry's Leisure Runs g reat, low miias. tS60.I
423.4348. N ocalisaftenO pm
pm
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