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But any y fnal 0 decsons T he ds lstrct has d te d overcrowd kvdng, p«g««-1 v o T h rsd a y. least percen ent was needed to pass wll v be up to the School Boar kwrd. esp edal: ly a t J e ro m e H gh School ol a and Facede wth ts second bond ssue srejec- th e m eosu Cobbl >blesa!d.. C obble h a d lttle to., sa s ay T h u rsd a y, Jerom e W Mddle School os the man r rea* JV tottths hs academ c year, the dstrct ct has m utlated b ballots were turned n about t th e dstrcts near ms: nss. son for tht the new bond re q u e st G c Valley. n o. cc lle a r o p tlo a r g h t. n ow ; a n d c o u M n o tb c! J ncluded n the offcal.. O bvously, w e re dsa] sap p o n ted o n The m oddle school, desgned to sc serve At;a Juncton: Crossroa B a d s R a n c h -. S upertu ntendet Jm Cobl>le sad. county he sad., behalf of th e dtzens and d t e commun- Please see JEROME. PageA2, d e o n n e n t m ght be nearng a. k n le sto n e. PagoB l p Sold: A n e b o r buysy s H b u m, f o n R S a v R f " lon. P ageb l WOl D m an f o u n d S p o r t s Bnln bomb: An unl kelyhome ; d e al d a t T w n F al! a ls H jjh.;run helped cany Wn an Fblls nto the state b a b tor lumament ssa g e -p a rlp r - hursday. lage D l TtwTtmw ne»f<ew»"/- -- 6oln g fo r8 (k ):csb)asd)all... M N FALLS A w om an w as fouhd fo ra a d Jm W alker hop o p e s < early n u rsd a y ptfmng- a t a Twnvctory No. 800 com es: at ths FaUsm; m assage parlo andt w n n F alls Vreetend Regon 1Stouna- 8 1 County C oroner G ene Turley sad ld the m e n t PageDl o«a* P appeared to be a bom dde. autofsy s scheduled fo.r 9 «lng th e OnU 1 H H the.road: sy, Turley offered few t s a«w u t eath;.and sad there*was ns.dg dgn of. on th e body o r a t th escm e.,. f e t o b { *. Polce also a re sayng ltd e about H l kersm LA. death.? u Polce s a y e y found tne bod b o o f hlursdy u nght. awoma n a n a t 12S a m.t h u rsd ay at tl Lee s Pa e D l Orental tal M assage, 1037 Blue L akes sblvd. B N.lnTw T w n F - ; Polce would n ot release th e worn roman s W e e k e n d name,b!, b u t a source close to the case; polce : beleve the vctm w as th e ov ly of note: of he le b u s n e s s. T w n F a lls Cou cutorr chb evanalso refusc to fy th e d e c e a se.; -. Valle «n a e S g h b o rn g b u sness o w n ers K H,o f efersrcogm- r.., wererej relcttnt, o r uauc, to dentfy the ton )n to mothers appare r e n t v ctm. P eople w ho wor n a d o o r. t h a.jnnamao-fe.ufpsw chs.ad.they ddn t Tthow )w C b e? ] m [.1..r:,.. -w. ur MTtHMm-" S T lt f ln g p. t h e w om an, d e c ln e! front D f «p«r(oronb«lak.boutovardwh ero womans body w u found ke U ft nam e of th e a p p a u tv a n-.;.hasa sad sbs w u K o re a n and-had lk&bruce m l6 W 6 T K «aarh ;rh u rn ess f o r.o v et h o m e. T se s a l K E e a * f o K 5 r b u f h f t- * T r!.salfrlr o h k jb y o othuc m ch-obourher. H er-j -job-st retty -d q n g ero u S r ;* ]; o d -: WUs ju t ffln a. targets, t for. years. dd)gonthe,bu nldg... 1h e «u d.- V -V -,.- F rey.. Sl S he told m e stores, someb( tebody about m d n t Thursday, a wo: tas w orker,th e w om an-fr h e q u e h tly.v s te d th e Flower Frey, a har styl tylst whbm th e, bothered *d h e r before.... " e ltsc restanht next door not o d c restaurant ahdwvas a m endly,.buttse sad - wom bn v ste d e a rle r th s y e a r, sad Freysa sad the w oman was dvorced,! :cd,has thebac u d c door o f.th e m o s s e blusmess us he ddn t know he CT th ere hod b eentrpbl? athomassage a relat tv e n K o re a a n d a s sste r n was.open. The.worker callcd Tse at "She was quet Bt a n d k e p t a lo t to her- ] parlor beforc}. ; Please seo DEATH, Page PogeA2 -, Slm prbft-let umobers don t ] t add u p on an expo center p p s a l, today.edto ltoral says.. r y. PageA6 _ M o 4 e r a.te < e c h a o lq jffllj j L L a s s t j n j n ap p n g ; a n a lvfs s s.. Q ln a M u M e r.,. lo gcal gold mne boasdng the spcdm ens found, research mo: mostly.kn Ungpn: lh e H Tta w Wwr coffespondentnt.w dest varej rety of fossl deposp n stuck to the bones..th e w o r ld 3 - n qualty, q u antty. T h e quarry has come a full d r- 1 vlas ; D o n jruu x l ± e. H A G E R M - Hn u n y years of sty - from the Plocenc. dd e. W henw egobackn,w cd< /c don t. sdehtfc advancement: ats may gve. era. a >«,u S,wO g t from Canon w aht to just descrbe th e ann anmals >m hdenvbrldn S H!. researchers a new look o k a ta fa m l-,usa wllrc< reopen ts horse q uany w e fn d, b u t le a r n ab o)ut u t th e V CR Tp g m m e. - m l H j r.ar face n Hagennan. ths sunune ner, whch for the past ecostem et and what w ent on here h.. les. And see.. H h 3 A t rs t glance, th e reopenngof 30 years has hw entertaned, nothng 3. 5 mllon y ears ago," McDor J)onald mnoretvan o:. the Hagemum Horse sqq u an y m ay. more_than n desert wldlfe. sad. su S S d appear.to be just more sdendsts... F a Ualls s junor hgh students McDonald plans to use tholat- ma nove lstngs. - lookng for m ore bones es. Not true, w ll h e a r a apaleontology lesson est cj com puter technology to t) docu- d. says Natonal P ark Servce Se pale- and begm n the U excavaton durng m e n t a n d m a p th e contex x t n. ; ontologst CregMcDon o n a ld..-o p e n clebradons e Tuesday. w hchbones are found. TWs wll. S e c t o n BY S SECTON The approaches one and technolo McDonald old sad there are many n r c lu d e a n a ly z n g sedm m e n t ), g y assocated w th ths lsfeld o 1 fsd -. r n wred d questons about the encasng e th e fossls; checkng dng for l o n A Bachl cl(bcat...l...8 V e n c e hasr c h a n g e d o v e r th e. s te, a fn a l re s tn g p la c e fo r sze, type and texture; and d n map- Weathen...2. : AKalV rl Woodall and Sonsne.employM M tcrapm m Art thrt Jm y e a rs, M cd o n ald 1 s a d. W e about 100 ) zebra-lke noses sden* png wher< bones are found Uld and. ) ; thnk ths s a good tme to apply. usts.say d da a te b ack 3.5 m llon aat.w hat a n g le th e y a re! ly n g, N 9 t l o n , 7 : -,, Sacton e d D «d down a *1d m b the. Hagraan m P F d u U B M l t N :... the. new technology aon n d n a... y e. Crews C.wll, try to deerm ne e the p t o luconfr tja btlglnl exen (eabn lt.w rt)*fam - new perspectve of thh e: s te ;" - D e s p te ce ] prevous scentfc. an a m als a g e b y dentfyn( y ln s s j: Oplnoh...:...6:;. Sport...s s : lnnan hom foull.ln preparaton for». r? o p 6 tf n g r r t. c _ T h e H a g e rm a n Fo F o s s lb e d s ex p lo ato a n d h u n d re d s o f w h at stage o f fuson th e! boqes;., rmone o n e y.-.? = ; 6 :r- :.- v s r t ; Natonal Mohumehts.4 s.a p a l» n t papew pjblj ublshed obout the fossh. ~ Please SM QUARRY,, Pag a g ;....: Mutu tualfunds..j -, m SoRB Coml wgc Valley..1 4 ; L o u s e a p p ro)ves tryng Momssay mo )m dd a better joh h dl)ltales...2 Sed ectlon E. W atson u s not alone nthkng sa n d th e e v o lu to n of f.r t t! daho ;.:...:...5-R«VS o l e n t y o u th h3as!aduts : 5 L fe ; p re s s : WestV.-..:;...:...6 Legal ssu res ; : :y. A ccordng to a study Amercan famly. Thursday,.56 p ercent of.. W atson agrees. Classlfledv.;.;2-8..., M tefc T sjy ta. - : offered_by D o c r a t s ; tha w o H d h av e asde about -& 6 p rp d u e gfnlt t h e o aeh surveyed thnk ther th n k th a t p a re n tn ngg m o th e rs.v s..w«ro better parents,s.somewhot ta k e n o back searto ; o n C - ASHNGTON A chdc. p«p e rc e n t o f th e m o n o y fo t h a n t hv a re.- cour lves a n d th at should notbe,": WBekEnd:...,;.! 5 W t l p n F : Q(m juvenle t>ffezdersu crm e p reventoh and.earl; ry TtwAMOdstadPfW, B ut on a more cheerful note, ssad W atson. A lot of kds d d s are; g-as43-wam jn>roym -b <tfrvwnf<nn p m gmtnn. Th, m ost mot] th e rs s a d th e y w e re 1 havng to rase themselves." s." D ea r A b b /;:..n -: theho Houss Thffwayfas p a r t U w sd b s tu te wfurejefcted<224 2 T V X SH N G TO N T - S a u n d ra mosoy or r a very s a tn e d w th tbe. A c c o rd n g to th e su rve ey, a M ( d r : n n r.. -. : " 7 v - r - ofra$ $ l. S T jm r o T p a c k a f V C.W atsonsasuceessf sful professon- jb b.th ey re r dong-rasng ther. larg 1 e p ro p o m o n -o L th e wo womenl.j. an 3d a t curbng th e r l h : :.:. The b n also would prorfd d e d w h o has rased a 1 well-odjusted chldren. L favored more-tradtonal 1 faf a m.,.s volent m tom M by.theyoung. : $1.5 b llo n fo r s ta te s tho bat S esroldsoo. T h e stu d y b y th e Pew t le \ t e H ouse s.cool to agreeto: a S rll,.sh e s o ften n rack ed b y. R e s e a rc ch h C e n te r q u e s to n e d p e r c e n t sa d n m d. someb B o f-the rougber-parts o f - > r.»p rovde.state a n d l ocal: a. : t b u s e s h e sq s n o t.th e re fo r,o w oomen, m 74 p e rc w t of them* Cdvorced couples who splt cjt. R epublcan<b cked:blll,; prbsecutotsvthe. p dscretont to hm w B e T w rt turns ds frbrftschodr..m o th er Of 0 the tbtalsdmple,"42 to«d y o f th e r chldren can dfftf d would r e prosecutors tr e a ta s adtlts-offenderft 4 a : to ask how hs day"» ytvja, go over percent we ere e m p lc q full tme, 0 f job o f parentng and d fc feww C l g f e d - e:, d s c re to n.to t r e a t yt otm gasls.;.. hs tomeworc w th h h1 m.o n d e a t.15 percent ent part tme, 21 percent m tm 30 p ercent sad m ost s t s s n young: ngofffbders a sa d u lts.. m pose a stff san cto on:- d n w th h m... r e tr e d [.and a 22 percent not m others, step m o th ers and md cot& r-t-t-* " Butne; n e g to n s c o H tn. for th e d u e n t f - a c t \w, b, W e really have e a lo t of jug- em ployed o u tsd e.tb e home; T he pes ] n whch both p a tswmk t s \ Mlra t S r j f S l KFalls a rented :..ng bbtb e tw.th e adm nstra* a ju v e n le.th e n m e te l9o v u t VgUog to do an d Unfo ofortunately *. stu d y hss as a m a r o f e rro r b f fu J ll tm e can do a good job. Varl G O P o n tro lle d r h c r e a s a y.h a rs h e r san ac: - o u r c h ld re n su fferso m ew h at, p lu s o r mn n u s 3 p e rc e n ta g e T h e s tu d y a lso fo u n d n c. ; g r to.reachacom pt : to n s fo r.an y su jseq u er re have to do m. potnta. th o n,h a lf._ th e _ m o th e rs j 4.<ll ffd u e.-; l y n.sad. T h erese esearchers found th at the. worced full tm e w ertburd* std paang-the Rc uv. a puhlc.recjrdt» uhtthgm an- p roblemns s: and challenges faced wth rme pressures and ty mea5ure.266<132: de -sehdtuoffeqses com m tte g a w orse job by.1990s Os m om s are rela te d to balance 1 m otherhood w th o se d e f e a f! s u n l t e :."tonbbrs. b: v - ld.",. :. ch o n g es s n the Uves; of women aspects of th er y» ; g g g a ) R C O P Y l H *dlce l nvestgate [ possbl )le honmcde dentsts t takeajres:shlpoka th arnman Hors se Quany s 2 s m u m W fw 7 ; ; L : : / 1 1 / 1 H? = / 1 1 / 1 5 ;7 r/1 1 /1. c 1 c = V : c c C» =».".

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Ce 10:15 p jl; took m Death_ Contnued from A l C a lfo rn a....n d 8 h b p «.d «b e d U e n t v c d m a s a w o m an y t o h e r s e l f a n d vrasn f re n d ly, b u t s e e d de h e r c o c k e r s p a n e l X fu lfl e a jb L S U U. ; s h o d c a n d f e a r. ; t s t e r r b l e, " s a J G a r b y a n, o w n e r o f th P l a c e, w h c h s e lls R u s: > o th e r e a s te r n E u r o p e a n : te m s. :, R u ld o lf A ru s ta m o v, c ;a n d G a rb y a n s b ro th e r, ; s e e n t h e w o m a n T uesd s h e w a s ta k n g o u t th e > f ro m t h e m a s s a g e b r A r u s t a m o v r e m e m b c w onum. se e m e d nsepora ; h e r d o ft-w h ch s h e pamp> T h s d o g f o r h e r ws - c h ld, h e sad. F r o m R u s s a, A ru s ta t ; w a s sh o c k e d a b o u t su c h : C r c u la to n : TyRantdeU.cxulnton<l Crculaton phono lne: > betw een 7 and 10 a.m. o d» not receve your pope th e num ber for your a P a a o U ey?.... : FUer-RoRerton-HoUUter Twn FolU, a n d oth e r a re a t... : S u b s c r p t o n races «. lome delvery, daly and S per week:.sunday only, $2.0.* and are a v f u " when > not marbned. MaU n n : Atl daly and Sunday S4.00 per only S3.S0 per week. Sunda> p er week. Out o f alale rate QnK : h 7 g * 9 = :. S g l M B. q u a : r e g ; : 7 $. 9 ( SRVHO ALL 01 U - - ~ k wra. T w n F a l l s Pop. Max Mn P Yostortoy Lost yoor S.37. NomnU Precptaton Month to dew :.. Wotof yeor to dole: 11 Norm o)y«ortodate: 7 Comfort factors... Humdty a t 6 p.m.: 48 Barometer at 6 p.m.: 30.3 Pollen count: not ovslloble. Molds: not avollote. Courmy AtUwn md Umf tl 8:47 p jl. orrow 6:22 o jn. : New, Moy 6; frst quarter, May. lost quaner. May 29. xmomnjp Mara, Jupter. L Comet Hale-Bopp vsble: WNW. 9 k near Taurus, above Aldebofw. - a n c e n whs quettow n., d.th e a p p v fe e lt w n who krat fbr droe * h sn t o v e rly s heghtenec devoted to - not m v d e a deatn. - tll e v o k e d W e d o n Arustamov sa sa d R e n a. "W e re gol th e N & N a n d b e lttle lussan a n d. hs sster add an food a nd P o lce qu< th e nearby b V, c o w n e r l a s t tm e tl ler, had last d e c e a se d, a ssday w h en.th e y h a d se e garbage d o t They to b u sn e ss. see m any pe bers th e massage btsj arable from Lnda Bea mpered; S a SrLace was lk e a dootsdown, w rong Thurs stamov also sh e sp o tte d ch an occur* tap e strung a Sunday SS.OO per lnes are open Sl.OO charge» n. only. fy o u returned checks, per 7 a.m., urorco: Mal nfom Thenmes-New er.326-s37s lshed daly at ; F». W«ho. 83: Ncwapapen nc. f FallsTheTn»e ofthe daho C K S rhssssrs" AH tlv rates dress fom> to: P. f r w daly daho , nday only J2.50. ccpx rates: dally and S n S S a s B M n d H p B m.90 N O W W a w B Ol> SOUTHRM DAm l*,ld RU y,m ay9,1997 Tl H F o r e c a s t B M a j c V a l l e y MosOy sunny and"wa wnds 10 to S mph. To chonca of shomrers n tbe partlyoudyra -su ghm storms n tbe afternoon. The ultravolet ndex f E x c e n d e d r e o n a l Sunday through Ttesd Hghs 6S to 75. C a m a s P r a r e ; W o Mostly suny. today. 1 lower 80;. T ont most] portly cloudy.-a-autd Hghs mostly n the 70s. T r e a s u r e V a lle y M ostly sunny nnd w. Southeast wnds near 10 the afternoon. T onlghrp 3. of showers n tbe evenln y r d o w A slght ch " SawtoothM ounm Mostly sunny today. cloudy. Lovw from the ot partly doudy. A s l t d n the 70s. ; E a s t e r n d a h o Sunny and warm tosjv varable mornng becom noon. Tonght mostly det doudy. A slght c h q o n tha upper 70s. N o r t h e r n d a h o «P. Partly doudy today. H... mph. Tonght mostly de -mostly sunnyrhghs 70 to N o r t h e r n N e v a d a P altly doudy by ths.09 mph. Hghs 75 to 80. Tor * l l! o f t h m t o r a B Q r 7.24 N o r t h e r n U t a h Partly doudy today. A.B ond evenng thunderst Tonght paruy doudy. Lo > A 20 percent chance «jf af the lower 80s. H e ultravolet ndex fc J DAHO WEATHER J Skes w ere sunny a a t few hgh douds over the sectons of the state. Ther. Afternoon temperature ayw ; to the lower 70s. Wnds n the western 1 r e. n 10 to 20 m ph, w th < Elsewhere, wnds, were 51 rhat ap pears to be a ng: u mea rwn Falls s. n o t a d.. to he sad, b u t ther fear W ned because polcc dd ago e any detals about th e Bea bre /sad. M gong to w atch a n d see. dog te bt more careful, A dded. - - h s luesdoned owners of Sto f busnesses about the any th e y h a d s e e n t h e wor, a n d a b o u t w h e th e r And se e n a n y th n g su sp * her Ttold polce they ddn t ( people gong nto the nfo usness durng th e day. her leaver, w ho ru n s th e ce-lngere-shopa-few r-3! n, knew sometung was. Bm ursday m ornng w h en Wr, ed th e y e llo w p o lc e g across th e back park*. j p per week, daly only $4.00 day only $3.00 per week. V J uded n alubove rates. A ;e wll be leved for all B k P a r sobl r m a to n. gov 4ews(UPS63l-080)spub. dl 132 Thrd St. W.. Twn so» by Magc Valley c. Perodcals pad st Twn ple mes-news. Omral cty and X per putuant to Secton 6C- A dr K>Code. Thursday s hereby yot je day ofthe week on whch lllbepublbed.., J "."pleaesend ehange o r r ~.: P.O. Box 548, Twn Falls, My< W J0M 1»W. chtt dat M 3 S j m s t e d e d t tho AHp TH VrOOD TF. SouceWatkwalWeatWSer w anner today. H lge rb O lon T o n t pardy doudy wth a tbe evenng. Lows 40 to 45. Sat m. Hghs nearso. EX forecast s 7,8 hgh exposure nalforccast wsday partly doudy. Lows n tht V o o d R v e r V a lle y ly. Hghs from the lower 70s t< losuy clear. Lows 35 to 46. Sat tdunee-of-ahovrers-lete-n-the r d w arm er today. H ghs 80 t 10 mph shftng to the nortbwt rportly doudy wth a slght d ang. Lows 45 to near 50. Sot t chance of showers n the often tans ly. Hghs n the 70s. Tonght p s lower 30s to the lower 40s. San t chance of showers late n (he 5}wn5gEs7St580. Wnds lgk omlng southwest 10 to 15 mph clear. Lws 35 to 40. Saturd.p X of afternoon thunderstorms.} Hghs 75 to 80. East wnds 5 dear. Lows 45 to near 5ft Satt 0to J a ; ls afternoon. Soudwest wnd Tonght mostly dear. Lows nea ly+y-aftemoon-wth-a-sut-d hsnear75. tr. A 20 percent chance of after srstorm s. H ghs n th e low er. Lows Sanrday partly d( >f afternoon Hg!x forecast s 9, a hgh exposure JR SUMMARY across daho Thursday, e x cept: the Panhandle m d extreme we: lere was no reported predptat tures ranged from around 60 de] zn M ac and Veasure valleys th occasonal gusts up to 25 e 5 to 15 mph. Jg lo t k new w hat those ta n e a n t don t lke to see t d ;o w here wasshocked More tha one and a h a lf ye g o, th e w o m an cam e Beaver s shop an d they c h a t arefly, Beaver sadj That M ore often, she wotld see og.- A fter 15 m onths n busness ls s p o rts c o rd sh o p. M Stow m an sa d h e d d n t kn u y th n g a b o u t th e w om an v vorked a t th e m assage pla \n d th e nystery (» n tn u «w ner death. (P o lc e ) d d n t g v e m t ATormadon, jtlst that they fot le r dcad,.stowman sad. -JmeNewsstafftertesWrn 3rock, Pat Marcantono and Wrsht contrbuted to thsrepor F D A r e j e c t s G e h r g d r u g B E T H E SD A, M d. (A P ) P a rta lly p a ra ly z e d p a te sobbed as Uey p le a d wth gdvcmment T h u rsd to ap p r Et drug th at prom sed to m ode slow th e r l «u Gehrg s dsc -< b u t scentsts rejected tt pleas Advsers to th e Food a nd ) Adm nstraton d e d d e d on q vote th e re w as n o t e n o u d e n c e tb e d ru g M yotrop! bvould.help p ste n ts.w th Gehrgs dsease. d lo v e to b e a b le to s M y otrophn w orks, sa d p a charm an D r. Sd Glman. [lam a re Jtst not here. N O W H B frr o w erc aw H B - M y r o v w f a n a M a W ro e - -Jl B A R N f l H H n g! ecduous sbrubffljd B D Mval VALLV. W A c r o s s T H E a s - W f K THAnocHttllllMl t x t r..., te m p e ra tu re s w e elevel Thursday. T h e h e a v e s t ; [he 40,. Msssspp Rver. scattered showers t w a s c l a n d t,. n Allentown, Pa. broke th e record c _Jo3atnore.J)rea] degree. n th e W est, t g degrees low er that to 85. saw a record low from l968. w S S M ore b a d w eal enoon ThTAcW eathet doy. d 5-15 ear 40. dumce- - -SS2S= ; cou> waku sn "ao," H ~ L E 3 doudy. non tow awohtws Dghsn»»«*»«H g h s&.1. daho: H l 81 den )t for a Naton: 107 a F o r M O R E Tune to denadona M H Z o rcau * P * Department rt»d re Jerome ta p» Contnued (recnal dosd 400 students,has. Lr,. a.,bo,0fs40. y e The h o o l L n to fo r 650 s tu d e n ts a tte d serves about t was The dstrct plam nknf 11 twllmw e th e revente to buld ar new m d d le scho ess a t w h e re o n a 4 0 «c re Vlark north edge o f Jero cnow Lncoln S tre e t w h o A bout $1.5 m ll la c e. have been sp ent to w th Quarry ContlffledftofflAl mam "w ere-artetlm eof d Lz, A ll d a ta c o lle t o r t labeled and convey b ase. U sn g a 3*: process to tl create dnosaur cns. the move Jurassc. ts ts w ll p ro d u c t models of th e b o n u >. T h e 3-D mage v e e a d t borte ts P*w e a n d c re a te m o re J e research.. sense.. Usg ds type th e r w e can collect and d a ta so th ar ab o d D rug ths n fo rm ato n f a G 3., es," MdDonald sad El ev* c o lle c t w n b e me >phn. jgsaw p u n le." t l<ou.b ut.oefor& dgg some prelm nary saj;. m bedone.. l a n d T h e ste h a s ren T h e tufbed snce th e la. n d e late 1960s. 0 Mo w m M o n d a y S a. 1 HE NATON shver n record M-- J l C dwest-w hl e aom e-reo were set n the E ast and V t sh o w e rs fe ll fro m, th e sr.v alley to eastern M chga S over th e Plans! d odd Thursday m onng n tl Pa., th e tem p eratu re w as 31 d o f 32 set n t was 33 < «a W n g.th ej«con jetjaj9 74 t got down to 24 n H d en a, b w th e record s e t n Pc w of 26, surpassng th e recor»ather was forecast>for Dkl H er*fofem rt for noon. Frday. TrTerrTorTKTsrTor Banda aaparm NghtMnpertfur* xon«statnmutr ] d S E3 Z3 E CHS tu n fttwwm swow. C LO W S legrees ot Hagerman. Low, 23 d< 7 ot Lake Havatu Qty, Arz. Low NFORM ATON onal Weader Sovlee rado band The nternet address for d reports s: httpv/wwwjtatejd.u; e the hgh sd u as a s tu d e n t A b o u t $2 have n e to l s d S e d " E le m e n t * ts a n d now. de school n serv e about anned to tse grades fo ur,: 1 of.tho-bond: Fnally,-al an d outft a w o u ld hav< :hool s o m e -. Jefferson < re p lo to n d e fw a n e w g y erome along Tma-Neu llo n w ould fetnz am be : to renovate at y loose de ofueatll th TH ll l e c te d w ll b e. q uany.-l veyed to a data- macluq )>D d g tzer, a w BSh 5 the one used to cubc fee cast members n MdDot ssc Parc, sden- th ep rd L jce wre -fram e dg toen a u a d g s te. th e bdn< ges wu teco n. begn dj * ry.and.dsplay th eo r tolly angle, Whle ts own dambfm.;-quany f e u ser-fren d ly M m age th enoh of tedm olon,, hnrntla tl d docum ent-m e jajw tfe» dy dse can u se - graduate 1 fo r th e r stud-. d e n ts f r ad. Everythng the cotu m ore p to a, ts ts ; K g n g -a n.b e g l,.--s S to S y roadw ork h ad W d tl from the em nned uhds- S h a r e p la st excavatoo m atch fr. O ver the years,. ; C ounc l l j j f f c t d d a W u B f H R o t H m l a f r d a Y t O p a U d l o w r e a d n g s s t o w here re sd e n ts ; tbrm s tk af daaa recordow -6euthw estem -4 W est o n W eaderford.abo Wnds blew pa te m d d le Buldng and sen gaas om e women s dormto Our last day c n th e E a s t qokesm anbran 31, w hch. students had alret 33 d egrees V A t th e lo c a 9 7 A b y -o n e_s.cartjn j3 Q destroyed and e a, M o n t, 3 authortes sad.. Pocatello, over. scord o f2 7 n t e o f t h e d e d njured, a mo >klahom a, few ashotalz< lonoalbrth*. C U BTA W aalh.r. tno. S. O w K t a«wy w.aoccy aoooy 3 degrees at Stanley. Low, 17 at Wsdom, M ont. and a t VHF-FM or r daho Transportndon - d-ustdtdhmpgjtm ~ R a WA school d a rt $2 m llo n w o u ld mssfe e to combne C atral n te r u y a n d W b l d m l d : v «nto-one o n p u sto ty o fc o u f 850 stu d ents n t ur, fve and s x th s s V.about-$1.6.mllon-----banka v e b e e n s p e n t o t speec. Elernentary, m ostly Yolc. gym.., AA " sayn Jews staff wrter Mark would 12>e nsocfted n Jcnmte 20. Bu 52. t h E y.-to reopen th e ste, h u v y d n e ry re m o v e d th e slope n som e places up to 60 - fe e to f d rt P a l d f d p r e o f f l h tcd a couple of feet abovo tone b e d. C rew s how wll. dggng b y h and» expose- rlgnalqwrry... lfe M cdcmald readed th e. y for excavat& NPSParc - g tf. b W U h te.u p g rad ed lohnnent s ofastrtcttlre to e th e e x p e c t onslaught o f. dfc wtrk o ew s - udng! fro m u n v e m d e s arotnd otm ty, sden*. K P S.em ployees a n d.p e r* :.: a m atetr.paleontologsts - ssts. -~:- th e help of a $3,000 grant r the fed em Con ~ - t f o O a r d o o o o f B, a n ««r a t p s b a t r e r. j Q k! y ; u 3 s w m d e a n n g u p. f. B t n a d tuldngs Wed n e s y r tmut60 nles w est of Oklateun p a rt of th e roof o ff th e O ld m t th e u p o f a n elevator sha cory onto a ear bdow. f of fnals w as y estet, un m Adler sad. W e.were lu d ready gone hom e for tb e sunun arport n nearl ; Cln ton, C e t o th ers W ere heavly da d. Sx S -w heders also w ere s damage, only one person was mn whose moble home was t zed w th a broken rb. TbvlPERA TURES.. Max -Mn Amuquefque AUanU Boston Chkugo D ollu Denver 61., DofrMotnee-, Oetfolt 5 6, 43 Honolulu Houston «. ndanapols KonsasClty tjsveflas tsa nceles Mbmphs Mloml Beach M hw keo t O - 4S Mnneapols New Offeans New York Oklahoma Cty P? PttBburSh Portlond, Me Portlond, Ore Reno L SL Lous n Sott U ke Cty Son Fhmclsco SestUe Spokano _ Washngton R o a d NFORM ATOh For current road condldons, these num bers: Bos37&S( Shoshone, S8G2266; PocBtell 6724; Rgby ; U tah J , th e Elko, Nev., are S. a c e h k e b o m n WASHNGTON (AP) m h v ty a n d force, A lan,g reensp sed crtcsm of t h e F U a re s t-ra te n c r u tte M a n e f even h e r r a b ; to. come. (t wotld nave b e.fd H y n o t sm all p ru d e n t ste p, th e t k-charm an-sad-n-an-aftr- ech prepared for delvery usual; G reenspan refrane< ng w h a t acto n F ed poucy- tld take w hen they m eet next t But th e tone of hs rem arks su{ m t ncrease rates. bult a parkng area wth v exldsts, gntdedfm tpaths q u a t a n d m proved th to the quarry s parcng < O ver th e a r s, th e B aj q tarry becam e th e stanc comparson for other- foss from : th e s a m e e ra l M c h o p e s to d a y s r e s e a r e b e c o m e a- n ew.scada : r«thevng a n d d o c w q e. ptnwg to OClllC.. e n o tg h to bq d d th e S m th so n a n a n d othe.ts ts a lre a d y b m a cc o m p l. W e. w l l t a k e e n o u e x p a n d o u f k n o w le d g e,-! " w o n t u s e u p t b e r e s o :- M e D o n a ld - 8 a d r - W e -n e n stre th e r e wq b e enoug... m e n s le f t f o r th e n e x t g e n o f - s d r a t s t s to n a,.d u c t r e s e a r c h U sn g the r:. ~ - M c h n o lo g y a n d -b u ld O f wkne d o n g t o..tmenews oorresponda Mulder can be.reach lasmtum at » «r f y 7 B 7 y a r f r - f fls d a n l l S f l t e v C l r?..o o g o o p hona B b tm d of a t ge r«ty..n~ mmn Qtv ld S dence shaft off a unversty d a l o t o f?? 0 ;, a - fere blown w a s r e - Mln Pep , "4 3!3o ; ? 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3 X. * N a t o n B B S S S B as ab S S S Glntcon cottnmts t Seacfal hable busness ls.tng ltk l o c h w t s ste.sam :JOSE,.CostaRca( a (A F ) w ll m t w th h e r co counterparts, E m al-at 1-accountS/ onlne order foo rm s, g ra p h c s / etc....,addrm«fa8 tm ssue of sena to devdop plans.for d a t b o m e, P rea r e s d e n t. { ssh-etwlflwwfdrcer E u l U n U /t/j«3aalyj5utnam e.cq jrl_l C lnton T hursd ay promm a sed no T he Central A m erc rcan leaders w th ssecure e c erectronc com m ero rc e a v a la b le. m e ss d e p o rta to n s o f : O C e n tra l also w dcom ed Clnton ton s promse "A m ercans u n d e r a tougl lugh new j r a w B K v P O w support "expeddou! ous passage" T x m er MN u ltm e d a S tu d o s.n u n m to a law passed s d b y th e of a bll that would enh ahance trade -w.-,.,trepuocan Congress... b e n e fts g ra n te d u n d er th e «2 6 O v(rerlan c d A v e n u e, B u rley 0 r / D A N E T) bkckuen M eetog-w th C entral d / A m e*. C arbbean nt dratve. Tbe (2 0 8 )-65 7e / can ln d ers, yom be Embraced 3 H docum ent d d n o t suggest su how,as * otju8t negebbra rbut btl B» S E f l P C lnton w ould g etth th e m easure -xelebratr approved-by-a-reluctn ctant-repub e d.e r a c peace n te h regon. j lcan Congress. "after decades of vdence. e. BU. :T%:. S,Jlm n a sp lash y open! enng to th e.. A d ecade ago w e.foau >cused on,,, sum m t, th e le a d e)rs ro d e n a r e CD p n! ;d v l w ars. Now to gether f >. p a ra d e th ro u g h d o w ntow n, 5! P u d to tc tttmm dmw a cnwd Thunlay outsde t!w Um NaUoRd Theater n S«n ose, f g h tn g a g an st p o v e rt cheered b y thousands ds o f people, fghtng for p rosperty, so C -1.R C..H.- wd meet ww) pnddents of tlw 1 durng Us tw&day vtsk. m any o ( th em young ngsters who d e m o d tt a n d th e sxuta stan able -. n a conces e s s o n to C e n tra l case e b e c a u se o f th e cv l w ars rs w hsdedandw aved...d ev e lo p m e n t o f o u r pre rt c o u s-.>a m ercan sens sstvtes on mm- that t devastated th e regon n the P u lln g n to che cty cen te r, > lesources Clnton sad. g ra to n, t h e.su. m m t accord. 1960s. los.and U.S rn v o lv em en t-n n - - C ln to n a-lm o u snn e -p a ssed -a - A t a form al cerem ony a y n S a n prom ses tm os "ongong dalogue a t th e conflcts. m an d raped n a U.S J CARGO? lt»twn.fallsbcsttcl{ electon of qualty, pre-owned cars, Joses d ab o ate Natonal ll Theatre, H th e h lg eft level vels to fnd humane Stxo x of th e natons Cosm Rca, 31, h o ld n g a sg n th a f X ntntrm nnh leaden of sx ( Central a n d a a e q tu te e solutons" to con* Guate Qtem ala, E l S alv ador, Hon- m* E n g lsh : W e lo vre e C ln to n.. tru cb ks aond 4x4 s. all 3 years young or n? w r. A dd a warranty and our r A m rtm TtjnnnH tfet le Domn* cem s about th< e m p em m tad o n d uas, n s, Ncaragua and th e Unted A nother Costa R can a n hosted a _ guarntcc of asslc-frcc shoppng ; a and wc thnk voullaercc... can R epublc took tu rns s s sgnng ofu.m m gra pradon restrctons. States tes adm tonauy agreed to poster th at read: Stoj Jtop la depor* g m e r a e n t r o n j rwgrfluht. m tlpry ossuredrhtcuucer: sgnan ~an**open -5ldes**ccordcreat at* 7"taton$f*a"refefcnce ce-to-g entral , avaton p a ts :. T h e re.wll be no mass ng new ne ar ro u tes to th e re oon n A m e rc a n s fe a r-th b a t th e new nnr Tfq eovronmedl d e p o rta to ns s o r ta r g e tn g o f andpn promsng lower tfa v d costs, s. U.S. m m graton law aw. urll force A osbatw AVfl 3eOr"-ToteT * e h a fo u n d s wll to worc C e n tra l A m er e rc a n s u n d e r th s The le agreem ents allow arlnes tes m ass deportatons, to g e th e r a n d w e h a v e o p ened law." to pro provde passenger and cargc go. n a w elco m n g cerem o n y c n : : c l > areas for tlls dalogue to condn* < T h e fo re g n le a d e r s, w ho servces o b e tw e e n a n y p o n t m n b eneath deep blue! s) skes, doves te, Costa B can P redde dent Jose feared a new tv U 1.S. m m m d o n d ther e rcountry os w ell as to thrd roostng atop a stucco u { government to 87 / Fllmore S treet Behndd W arcm ft» A b a Fgueres sad. law w ould lead!ad to m a deporta* countr ntres. t also wll gve arlnes les buld n g sw ooped down on the h tb e Declaraton o f Sa San -J o s e,-- dons th a t dran -th ereco n o n u es... reed edom o to p rce.th er.sery ces :es_ TTeaOje.para.crowd, yd.of.several C ln to n a n d th e lead< a d e rs o f a n d spark vou lolence, pronounced and 1 wll remove all restrcton! ns hundred cheerng Cosa Dsra Rcans. Ncaragua, Honduras, Guat luatemala, th e m s e lv e s satsfed w th on can 1 Belze, E l Salvador, Cose o sta R ca Clnton s proml >mse8,though ther Fol o S g u p th e sum m and th e po"«n««>" Repub ubllcreaf- ag re e m e n t dd not ouulne any agreer eem ents. S ecretary of State tn n ed th er commcnctt. snt.to ctfr.sp ec fc acton ons (JUnton would Madeld e le n A lbpg h rw lll-n ree tl r m...- a d n g a fre e tr a d e a ree a n th e tak e to soften n th e m pact o f th e ; annual mally w th th e foregn m ns Am erds 2005 and called for law. A t a newe s co n feren ce, ters s off C entral A m erca and the r / l l r l B T U ln a k -, th e s ta r t o f n e g o ta to ons n n e x t C ln to n sa d d : m m g ra n ts from D omm n c a n R e p u b lc a n. A nc n d _ ly al y U - sprng a t a summt n Chle loe.. Central Amer srca w ere a spedal. A ttorr ;orney G e n e ra l J a n e t Rene 10:30 AM to 3:C 3:00 pm M r a to m m S FalcfF)od... b.»yn_.v3frtn S*UadOT..r««_ V " \ / N : Korea confrr ms solde r s alve?trade W A SH N G TO N (A P ) A n \ n ot confrm ed d l t untl now. The rhe A rm y fled court*m arda a l Amercan r e p o rt to have ve desert- M s. H a rred ll l sa d she. a n d a n chsrg rg e s a g a n s t J e n k n s afte ed U s Army post n South u K orea A m e rc a n tel e le v s o n r e p o r te r d e te cermnng n h e p a rtd p a te d f : UPTQWX/N n 1965 s ahve and well n th e m e t W ednesc e sd a y w th N o rth North K orean propaganda broad communst N orth, N orth K orean K orean govera em m en t o ffd a ls n casts ts n th e 1960s n w hch h«ofsdals have told us sster, ter. Ne>Y Y ork, and md-they assured h e r sad d h e enjoyed lfe n the N ortl n h 1J7 M an Ave. E t u f *1 have to beleve them.y es.1 t h a t h e r bro r o th e r s n good and d u: rg e d U.S. so ld ers n tht h e RtwmlgRf Jje le v e them, sad P at t HE arrell, h e a lth. S h e w as to ld b e h a s a South th to desert. o f R o a n o k e R a p d s, N N.(.C. H e r N orth K o re an n w fe and s a dd* b rodtf, Chares R o b m t J Jenkns,.ze n o ftlta tc o3mty. w y m m r m s a m o n g.fo u r U.S. so s o ld e rs They sad l fa h e h as chldren at.re p o rte d to h a v e d e fef e c te d to the.unversty :y t there, she sad n N orth K o rea n th e sand a telephone n ntervew T h u rsd ay.. thought stll to b e alh ra T h e re h a s be< l}een n o w ord from CRA NBEUr T h e P e n ta g o n dsclb: clo sed n J e n k n s snce reported... eved,the..absent.> N.6 O r a n g e... r t h K o r,a n n y u n tn S c e w Qenertttlon Neghborhood d b u t t h e. r e o n e m m unent,lad. e f f d l "....5,1965,M s.ha] e a s d d. acvtnumrmte4«u>*>r wa!fc»w*mlp m-a W <«*5 News B 0of your communty. On n the Communty page. e e - Fve days a week n The D m e e w s. ; nten zmet Advertsng w th danet.com ky/ /. v! sy«v W \ r M ; - S o n Rtoy.Wty».l> 1997,TbM*MMrt,TMlnFaat,ld(» tt»o M methng f t for All! 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4 : A 4 TlmM4(«w», Twb Ftnt,.daho k FH(Uy.May9,1997 N a t o n : Sergeant gets 4 montts for msconduct GQE-callsfEqD f Q R _ FORT LEONARD b V WOO0, Mo, A M-year r Army veteran was scntcnccd Thursdoy to four m onths of confnema nent, a reducton n 1 rank and Q bad<onduct luct dscharge for sexual mscor conduct slmnator n Recogr jnton O f Staff Sgc St«!veA.H. HoUoway, 32, of New Bern., N.C., was a u tte d Wednesday of the most aost serous choces aganst hn hm but convcted of W. WASHNGTON (AP) Ev maltreatment, assault jlt and banery, solctng to obstruct justcc and thou hough th e new bnlnnced budg s N a t o n a l H o s p t a l l W e e k volatng a regulaton prohbtng personal rdat atonshps w th two agre grecm ent preserves th e Ener : txanees Dep lepartment, some congressor HewlLspend-hs fo fouroonths of t.at-fort-sll,.okln., rept n tey?u , W es-wllfeature-the-j - ; e-jbllozvng-eaent ng-semnars: sad Cke Worrcn, a spokesman for the Army base. Hs ran k wll be try agan to abolsh the agency. V-. rcduced toprvate. Rep. Todd T ahrt, R-K aa, a and Holloway could have lave receved u rto seven year ears n prson and a Sen. R od G ram s, R-Mm., sad n _. dshonorable dscharge on the counts he was convc vcted of. lawn w m akers w ho h ave been rel due-. TJ u e s d a y, M a ] y 1 3, : 7 : 0 0 p r taa n t to ta k e su ch a b o ld st step lg h t g v e th e r bll a seco Rabes from bats b bamed for 2 : deaths. x>k b U M elm natng E her p Bas H c s o f D a l b e t e s M a n a g e m e n t : ATLANTA Bats are blam ed for th e death aths of two people wod rould save m ore than $20 bll Uon from rabes last year :ar n K entucky and Montont ana Uough nether overver.fveyears... person rem em bered d b< beng btten a one, the Centers Cc for Dsease T h s b u d g e t d eal s large Control and Prevcnto ton sad Thursday, unw rnen, T ah n sad. Then P r e s e n t F a c t s - F u t u r e O p t o n s Bats o re responsble for m ore th an half of the 32 rabes deaths a lot to b e attaned to reach a.bal ls s ; n the U nted States s s snce 1980, th e CDC sad, n eed b u d g e t by Ths : A 42-year-old wom m an from C um berland Cou ounty, Ky., ded n st tll very feasble. S p e a k e r : D r. J. L a r d SB e a c h O ctober.afty.ben8-h nrlpr fnr rfrrntmt, f?rnms sad S5 p ercent of Jtl h e shoulder pan ond dffculty df swallowng. Two m< months later, a 43- age gecy s budget has ltte to 0 do r r year-old man from Mssoula County, Mont., de ed a fter hs fever wrth safeg u ard n g th e nator on s TX h u r s d a y, M / < [ a y 1 5, : 0 0 p m and sore throat dcvelo] eloped nto a coma and sezun w e s. energy supply, the ostensble rea- rc son fo r c re a tn g a se p a ra e p a r tm e n t d u rn g th e 19! ; Spendng ncre ;rease for Pentagon )n looks dm JJS nergy crss. Hs 9 t o r y o f t hh e B o n n e v l l e F l o o d : WASHNGTON Lost : n th e huuabaloo-ov over the balanced The Am ercan taxpayer ca am t : budget agreement : was w a fundam ental, Wpart rtsan decson on affor (lord c any more," he sad. : nadonal defense: The h e P entagon wll have to mak lake do w thout bg Tl (L eam about -T ahrt and G ram s ntroduc* ut.theventl5,qoolyears ago.that.shapedo Dur.Snake.Rver.Canyo o n.) - - ; spendng ncreases nto nt( the next century. the le bll \ Thursday w th h d p fro : The good news for >r the tl generals s they dodged w hat could have form rm er D efense Secretary Casp been a sharp w t. WWenberger, who sad the a Q S p e a k e r : r:, R obert Co n e r rlanr wtmpopf ytnrlpjlo-af reached by th e Whte House and congressonal l leaders 1 w ere stll wast ste cleanup dutes rough ; beng w orked out, the Qssence was d e a r, lawmal nakers a nd defense three re e u a n e rs of ts $16.2 bllt : o f f d sad T h u rday. a y budfu dget could b e transfcrrt : The ogreem ent esse ssentally accepted R epubla lcan defense num- easl: asly to the Defense Departmen bers n the n ear te rm and ; Clnton adm nstndor on num bers n the ThT h e b ll w o u ld tra n s f6 r tl frst few years of the n< next centuy. nucl u c lc a r w eapons a n d clean 1 t t U f l l asofhealflcaea(l7f wufsavcenfecv tvaley. a functons n a to a new dvlan agcrn F O H c th n th e D efense Departme; lent : Few parbnts take chld safety p precautons lat w ould report drecty to t the 660 Shosh o n e S t J s t TWn tl Falls, D M208) 733-3! J WASHNGTON - M any p arents are n ot n th«the habt of takng defe efense secretay, also a dvlan n. chld safety precaudor dons, and many don t know v v what precautons to take, a strvey releas cased Thursday suggested, The survey of 1,5OT ro j parents, released by the Nc Natonal S afe Kds Campagn, found that llt < only 18 p ercent of parents say they consste n tly p ractce a fre escape ro u te w th th er sr chldren, whle almost hal beleve the; they should. M t ma % k And although 56 percent pel of p arents wth S- to 14-year-ods say. ther chldren w ear sa: safety gear w hen n-lne skatng, 24 percent say ther chldren are s skatng w thout protectve e g ear. r \ Jews thnk twl( vce about donatlor ons to srael % N EW YORK Man lany A m ercan Jew s are thnl lnkng tw ce about : gvng tnpney to srac rael because o f a growng g assertveness by : Orthodox groups over the queston of who s a Jew few. 1 2 C o l o r.bb p y ls Han( n g n 0 B a s k e t ; Refcnm and Conserv ervatve rabbs are adng con» nsttuents to send a m essage.wth ther d checkbooks. Lberal and apoltcal o Jew sh... # ;.-. ; R e g..$ 1,... chardes ore gettng B roore donatons than ever r b before. And trad- tonal conduts for Jewsh phlanthropy lke th e U nted Jewsh # Appeal, whch fnoncej ces sodol servces regardless ss of re l o u s offl* aton are hearng : from donors who don t wt want ther dollars : -gong to anythng wth & Orthodox tes.. Court dsmlsses KKK trasvplck kupcase ST. LOUS A fed( federal appeals court has ds smssed a dspute over w hether th e Ku Klux Kltm should be allowed n:d to pck up trash as part of Mssours Adopt-A-Hghway program, L The 8th U.S. Crcut C ourt o f A ppeals sad Wee Tednesday th e case was brought to court prem aturely because the state t sought a rul*. ng on the M an s reque )uest before actng on t. The three-judge porn»mel sad th a t federal courts rtsd o n ot h and out ; advce, and re v e r std a low er court rulng that t sad s refusng the K lan the rght to pck :k up trash would volate ts s Frst A mendment ; : rght to free speech. : Hop! trbe to gather gs eagles for S sacrfce WNDOW ROCK,. Arz. Agan ths year, mem bers of th e Hop : trbe wll gather golde den eagles from nests wedge ged n clff cracks and crevces on the Na\ Navajo Naton. A lbert H ale, presde sdent of the Navajo Naton, >n, sent a le tte r to Hop T rbal Charman an Ferrell Secakuku vng p< permsson for up to 12 golden eagles to lo becou eaed. : The Navajos a re tryng to cooperate w th the 8 Hops, w ho man- ; tan they don t n t permsson pej to collect the eagl gles. The brds are sacrfce Gced as part of the Hops ande dent rdpous rtes. : * a O N - E s B Ow F l o w e r & V e g e t a b l e A n n u a l s 4 Rack. F b n y P a c k s « B n r d H o u s e s ) u n t a n - C r a f t 6 d * 1» 2 3 A S e e d j v l a r t h a r a n u m s w a :» B g F. # $ a s h l n g t o n f r S k y F l o w e r a b l e a g B! # P e r r e n ls t > f r & \. T e a t M o m... m o t h e hw S D A Y B 8U F F E T, M a y 122 «1 1 a m j B Roast Turkey Bake( ; f j l Ham t R oast Beef n/h All /. 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5 « COUPON NATldN t e r s!" S t e a m & S h a m p o o M a y r ] R u n Y o u r C a r p7 e t Wtness: Lcavn v g drt~atcractng cleanng ng fluds n your carpet WESTHRT.EN ENA, Ark. (AP) exploso [»on shortly after 1 p:m., the e aznphosmethyl, m ethy thyomyl and Snrnkng ( M n d e w St Seam Separaton 1 An exploson nx rocked a chemcal state e < O ffc e o f E m e rg e n c y thophante, all consdered pose nousreceordng-to-beck ecky-auson, M sssspp Rwe w er Thuday and We Te saw s w hte smoke, heard an n a sp o k esw o m an for r 1th e s ta te \ th ree refg h ten «rs w ere klled bat- explos oso n th a t so u n d ed lk e a D epartm ent of PoUuto ton Control j - $ 2 5 PE n mnutes p e r r6 o m.~ McVegh 1 tlng a pesqdde-l je-fueled blaze th a t sound d boom t, w h en an Arplane e and Ecology. a m lo H lu ra te r f f n e w s d b re ak n h e-b arrerrm rd -h e«-w e e d «l 6? r w r e gvg j r n f e f f h t J... * N o tc k :ky : resdue N o dry chcmcal 1! pe w ere n j u r n saw a lo 1 t o f fre," $ad V ck e e ers and local resdents ts atropme,» 1 1 L f O F O R Non-tox >xc * O dor removal ;drovetruc ck at BPS na, whch Bolden len, w ho w o rk s a t H e le n a a n a n td o te to w ard r d off th e s o p & 7 k L O V E S E A T S R e m o v CS e * most pet stans packages agrc [cultural pestddes Chema 3.. effects of th e posons, ns, sad Dr., Satsfact cton cua ran ted DENVER (A P ) A few tew days h e rb c dd e es, : s ta te p o lc e T h he e flam es w ere so hgh - D avd B o u rn e o f tl th e s ta te» before th e Oklahoma Q ty bomb. spokesm an Way ayne Jordan sad. 150 feet, feel th en th e smoke turned D epartm ent o f Health, J. The shots :o u n t to Senor Ctzen* ens t. ng, T m othy M cvegh wa; was dr- T he a re a of the exploson was black, :k. a n d t w as d a rk fro m n w ould b e re q u re d e every half- y X _ L censed S nsured d : v n g th e sam e k n d of f y< ellow naccessble hou lours after the fre then 1., s h e sa d. T h e fu m es S h our as long as expos osure to the r... O p en 7. days a w eek :k. L R y. f e? n,ta l.m»ckj3edjj d jn jle M d th e n um ber of would d b rn y our nose, t s m dled d fumes contnued, he sad. \ y ; b la s t, a w tn e s s tee stfe d casualsescould d n s a b a d [, ul k e a m m o n a, w h re t~ t S m o k e l)ll6 w ed"al -above-the ( nursday. A smolderng lg bag of pestdde would d take a your breath." plant, forced the evacu cuaton of a 1 ecpfre H e w as backng up a FRyder caught fre ant and trggered the The te chemcals c nvolved weree hosptal about a mle av away COUPON )N truck xext to our sad sac Erc, ; McGbwn, a desk w orker!r a t th e 1 D ream lan d M otel n Jfuncton u n yry y :Q ty,k an. : H e recaued tellng McVd Vegh to move the truck because le t was blockng th e door of a gtx Srouchy : guest McVegh agreed. : H e was really polte about t ; a n d sad, Y e s, a n d mov Qoved t a v e 1 0 % ) f o r m o r rght away, sad McGown >wn, who. / " placed the date b e tw e e naprl 14 ralll"apru P ro s e c u to rs say McV egh, j-s-s-rs c a. rre-e-r r-h E s : usng an alas, ren ted tbe h e truck ; from a Juncton Q ty body sdy shop : on Aprl 17,1995. ; MdSown w as th e frst t w tness to say he saw McVegh : same land of rental tnd udc th a t re d -th e ss a v e 3 0 % ~ : bom b th at exploded outsd th e ; downtown Oldahoma Cty feder- Jee n n f e r M o o r e * S e p a r a te s al buldng on Aprl 19, : R eg , , ! Exclusvely ours; C h o o se fro m black o r kllng W p w p le. l l wl h te ln en/rayon b a rn jacket, p a n t a n d m atchng lg c o tto n /ra y o n strp ed! EarlCT T h u r a y, prdsec *. showed th e ju y a letter tha te e (show n). C o o rd n atng g prn ted p a n ts, skrts an< nd b lo u ses n % say M c V e l w rote two ) m onths : before th e bom bng sayng. rayon also avalable. Szes ;es m p o rted. : whole m nd-set.has shfted ntellectual to anmal [ n th e ram blng, handw rtten s a v e 3 0 % N, N o r t o n M c N a u g h to n * * beads off... l show you p u how R eg * C h o o se from pan ants, skrts, to p s and Sletter, there s also an apparent Sexpresso n o fm cv egh s new, v o le n t p h lo so p h y, whc rhch h e summed up as: Rp the bastards f -. wth a sm ple pocket knfe. W v ests n asso rted colors,, n d u d n g re d, n atu ral, che h am b ray a n d d en m, The le tte r d ated Feb. 10,1995, was ntroduced durng the test- Show n: "S o m ew h ere n T m e. Szes m port rted a n d m ade n USA. mony o f K evn Ncholas,, a M end of M cvegh s from Mchg hgan. t Selecton vares by store. was sent to Gwen Strder, O, c one of Ncholas* n-laws, b ut he e st sad h e d d n t re a d t u n tl a fte f r th e bom bng a t Strder s req w j t. H < H McVegh s attorneys had toblock the ntroducton m of < th e. H letter, >d a p asang s ad - H csm o f th e FB s shootn g of a, whte separatsts famly n Ruby Rdge, 1 0. t also makes kesreferenc6 td M cv e b d n g on a secret lst n B ru ssels a n d laud Qudsfthe. courage of the patrots vtbo ho sgned the D edaraton of ndepende The le tte r says he expect lectedhs health to sta rt detyorotnj y e a r o r tw o th e r e w explanaton why and sa mght as well do some good S. l f ~ can b e 100 effectve. H ell, ygu only lve one says. know and you kno o w e s H better to b u m o ut than rot n s6m e nursng hom e." T h s w a s th e seco nd d 1 letter M cvegh w as sad to have lave se n t shortly before th e A prl 19, 199S, j bombng th a t spoke o f tuschong- o c». - mg a tf tu a e r je n n f e r M H? c V testfed th a t h e r brother ler wrote : - th at hs ant-govenunent fervor had moved b n d th e pro; ropaganda sta g e a n d w as now th e acton stage. The latest le tte r s sgnec p e d th e - - desert r a t a n d t m akes :es refer* r> ence to a desert wnd "mm akng t dffcult to w rte. Prose( }secutors.,, say M cvegh, a GuU War veter- Je n n fe r M o o r e * V an, was n Arzona a t th e tn. S h o r t Sle te e v e T e e s T h e le tte r a p p e a re d to b e a response to o n e a rle r let letter or Reg A d d a splash o f colo r * c o n v e rs a to n w th S t Contacted a t h e r hom e n t a & S : Mch., S trd e r sad she co couldn t com m ent because she has been, su b p o e ed to testfy. to y o u r wa arm w e a th e r w a r d r o b e. wth our ej exclu sv e Je n n fe r M o o re sorted c o lo rs n c o tto n / Also unclear was who the bas- rayon. Szes s-m>l*xl. m p o rted. tards w ere. Prosecutors ] contend McVegh was drven to boa txunb the - - Oklahom a C ty federal-bu buldng b y ra g e o v e r th e g overn srn m e n t l n l B S lk H o u s e S h o r t S j e e v e 9 T h g N jw m te j of. E q u p m e n t S h r t seges dn W aco and Ruby y Rdge. M cv egh, 29, could ge e t th e y death penalty f convcted dofmu o: der and c o n ra c y n the Jte truck bombng tlut klled 168 peo; people b e s t value S e c u r t y S e s a r e B u y y o w a n d O o U /L, M e y e a p R f f g f t... 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6 PageA-6 ~ E d t o r Fler a whte e B a c k e rs o f a p ro p o st th e Svn C ounty d o n g a n m p re ssv e t h e r d e a. T h e y r e c lu b s a n d s e n o r cem co u n ty, g a u g n g p u b l. p o ssb le b allo t.m easu. T h a t s g o o d, b u t m a n p o n t. h e b g g e J r o je c t s n t fa lu re s b g g e st d a n g e r s suc& : F k r M a n a g e r J o h n ] $ 7 m llo n p la n. P erha ly, a lo t o f p e o p le ll large-scale arena th at «a n d w estock show s, o crcuses to t h e F le r fo D o n K ra m e r, a for m e m w rfc n g o n t tuxm arzes th e p ro je Te o p p o rtu n ty to S] d h s o m e th n g t h e w l {2>uld enjoy. ; t P t z a n d o th e r p ro (to m e o f w h o m h a v e c fkterests n ts approx te n g fo r s u p p o rt fo r a >4eeks. T h e n th e count c d e w h e th e r to fl jh e A ug. 5 b allo t. > l f t h a t h a p p e n s, a n m e h o w w n s p u b lc { la a rd s tro u b le s m ay o: P ay n g fo r c o n stru c t p. A n y f a d l nee(, d h u e to c o v er m an ten d o n s. So far, e x p o cen o n ly th e b a re s t o f fna n o b u sn e ss p la n. Rev a r e sk e tc h y a n d u n e n c > P tz e stm a te s a rev e prvate seaor, we <,, T\ :. Them* m m t g a n k n u r & M... M a y 6-12 s N atonal 1 la lu te thoso m en a n d w Mgc VaUey w ho g v \ ;n p «r ts e to c a re fo r pa sklled nursn g» d jsehts hom es. M ay 9 b ( dbn o the 25th regster ;6cW.ttJe.CoUege.of_ <)u *. j j l am pro u d to b e o ne jv gjatered nurses n da >Sery proud to b e assods depac T ent a t ( s h d w ts have startt A ffsfered n u rses throuj d eg ree nursng j m d m t s have g aned co ffn sra p ractcal nurses. {Snploed as adm nstra clnc nurses, hom e 1: d n p rv ate p racd fe. m u t ofc S P sn u rs:!?: 3>h n u th e r esto $ h g h er d e g j.je n d nursng & e e s n n u R x j t easffvegradtut 1 ; fsa s o r n u rse aeahst / f h e faculty o f e.o u n c n n a m e d atfxutstmt b elev e e a c h phd f S t y s a n o tk s h d w o s d e v o te d to.tu ] t o f th e h tn lo b h : ssroom a n d n th e ho Jng hom es w h ere studet m e m eanng a n d d eptl ljlk n o w th a t th e M ac te te to h ave s u chfne e p u n s. W thout th e assc Regstered nursng and ] n g program s,at-c S, th pe th e n u m b e r o f d edc...m g h q u alty o f n u rse s a fflr those.w ho a re to pa j b o o n b r y B f J A L could be c elephanu -osed ex p o c e n te r a t o f on; n ty F la r u n d s a re a th r ve job of ptchng m ent. re v s tn g s e rv c e m ana :enters all over the could ublc support for a Rer sure. g o a lj t t m a y m s? t h e c o u n t e st danger for the much «a t th e polls. T h e a yea ccess. s e ttle n P tt h as re p o rte d -ways ly-esponses tn thft_.ve.str haps n o t surprsng* cen t lke the dea of a gener a t c o u ld b rg crade> O f (, concerts and even nten( fargrounds. h o p e fo rm e r fa r b o a rd tone< n the projecc,_ ap to o aject s appeal: t s a or so 0 sp e n d ta x m o n ey to n s w h o le c o m m u n ty 8,000 peopl jtoject supporters estm ( re obvous fnancal You )rova) wll be hus* fores r an o th er couple of fallnj unty far boa wll curse ) flo a t th e d e a o n th e 2( H ow a n d f th e p ro je c t se e n ; lc approval, the far come y only h a v e begun. s tl ucton s ju st a frst nand eeds suffcent rev- lkel tenance and opera- parm en te r backers have unde n an d al d etals a n d m ore ] :evenue projectons n a m co u rag n g. ru sh revenue su rp lu s (n a ttra c ve d call t a proft) stll a W n n g! 1mwnbw d > n rk s th c g r n d a. jte re d n u rs m g d a s s Southern daho. J le 6f th e le.b d a h o.a m a ls o "} jdated wth th e... a t C S M ore th an - a rte d a c o re e ra s ough th e local as- ng progran; careers as - * * * ses. G raduates are We n rators, sta ff nurs* dtze le health nurses > then fe. T here are grad- Sntu g p g r o m n e v e y rals tm. ju a te s lu v e, band a o c te d la r e o b l«6 ss eettljeg s;. ; th o p «s ; - h a v e n a ;..jybul u y e d < n ;.; - t o arep ly sl - ; Mtst s e rv e n u p r o g w s (n stm c to rsh n e,.v jvt mth afhung.facudtyat....per d e v b a e o f the flnd d l h g n d u U > :,V,W fl a t l u n g, ftr /.Tvth u rg 6do commt*., our p )hjs«9m»t;hthe:, ld e! hosptals o r n u.tnem d e n ts learn th e, face< ;pth of nursng gbr a gc V alley s fortu* shel< le educatonal pro- ther sso d a te d eg ree A$w«nd practcal nurs* them, there.w ould nol J hatu dcated and the JDV 5S avalable to c a re...pol p a to o rn e a rn g < Tw ( cursed wt -expo:cent( )nly $10,000 to $20,000 a year, hn r e tu r n o n a $ 7 m llo n n t. A co u p le o f p o o r d e d s ( nagem ent, o r a lttle b t o f ba ld throw th e v e n tu re n to th e le m e m b e r, t h e p r o je c t s o r djvas_to_provde_reyenue to s n ty s a g n g fa rg ro u n d s.b v fdng u p c a n y ou d o fo r $ e ar? A nd, f th e b o a rd s w l te fo r so lttle, s u re ly th e: fs to g e t t w th o u ta 7 m ll :ttn»t>r n f rnx m nney. (A.m p >t ncrease n fa r tc k e t p rces lerate $20,000.) )f course, th e $20,000 sn t th ended beneft. E xpo c e n te r b pe to a ttr a c t to u rs ts a n d c< neers to feed t h e local eco n o n r o u r vew, t h o u, th e y re, r sore b g a h d u h p ro v e n a s ns a b o u t th e a ttra c tv e n e s s 0 0 -seat a re n a n a to w n o f jple, s tu a te d m les fro m th e m otel o r M cd onald s, rou don t n e e d m uch m agna e s e e th s fa c lty lo s n g n lng n to d sre p a r a n d b e c o r -se to local taxpayers, long 1 20-year fnancng p la n s pa w m any d u e s larg e a n d sm a] n sm larly a p p e a ln g projec ne w h te elep h ants? s th ere a way to m ak e th s pro. d a lly m ore sound? n o u r ve sle st p ro s p e c t s a p u b lc -p t n e p. E n lst prv ate nves Je rw rte th e r s k a n d to d e re p roftable b usness concept a any case, fa r o ffd a ls shou h to a d e d so n. D e sp te th e ractv e p o ssb lte s, th e n a la r e n o tto n v n d n g. - s-news telw lm C rc u te U m cu a th o r n h e of health.educat p c n d chldbrth o f ju s t n,a good nurse. W h ra a n d f a n spttalzed o r w hen e n te r a n u me, w ll b e confdent th a t w ve good nurses who w ll c are f( out me. wllgo so fa r os to rcc at m y nurse be a graduate of C C ongratulatons to all graduate 51 nursng program sfcspedally th assodote degree nursng d a CLAUDEEN BUETTNER Charperson, H ealth S d en ces c lunan Servces, CS Tw nfalls.. and honor p olce dfflce! We would lke to call to attentc u e n s of th e Magc V alley conce e Natonal Polce W eek M ay 11* turday. M ay 10, th ere wll be a d servce a t the Twn Falls C ty : md at 11 a jn. honorng tho e offcera whotave-ded whle s 0 people of daho. W e encourag* u o jon wth us as wc tak e ths Rem onstrate our appreoatono dlforcdnm t.agendes nol.e to let oulocal meutcadfmmt rv n polce worc knowthatwe t w hat a blesahgthw.a;e.to;cn: lh. hadc you low e n fo rc e d jronnl, for your d c a d o jb s dpfotectngl. Welskyou, L ord Jesus, th a t yc th w n e r an d w om en w h O r Rplce ag e n d e s a s th e y u M des: P l e w atd :o v erd em, e m 1 u d ; r a j d o A a s.t t u dauy tasks th d t m b d u d e r and uncertanty. P lease b e th eld aganst cyncsm a n d doub cr strength aganst hat«a n d a >well, su raund th e r famum t em yoo- protecton an d yoursu rural peace. A m e r. _ : M SOM M ER Polce C haplan rw faf alls ; eom < TOTK/oueasMtt m HmM v suomnomanm S MffBunNsmJ O p Frda T MA(2 th ten ar. h a t O 7* n nvest* s o n s b y..\\q t t S l * b a d lu ck, h e re d. * o r g n a l. CQa d.th e., (» But how t r $ 20;000 ] wllng to h e r e a r e ollon ntw gro \ ces c ould Y : th e only J X b a c k e rs 1 co n v e n - lom y. «, r d y n g. a s s u m p - Bss o f a n 3 o f 1,7 0 0 th e n e a r- m ato n to - m o n e y, S Succ p a d off. 1 n a l have y he wl ) je c ts b e - t h e t t w atd p ro c c tb. 0» n. ; ; S u 5 S levngtw llb. vestors to ganda pece on d e s g n a vcdm redbyr e p t. and ram pant ra lo u ld n o t But whaes th h e d e a s Steve Berlack j n u m b e r s composed entr mght type 100 erycom puterp: and f you re a j a jo b llts n o ty you from succc. The.whte mx. a n e w -.,, l o t o C t h showupdftm entrely wth cc aonaffdsrstlh pleonw elfare,. p o o ran d o u to f r a n o n o r : ftd o o d enco t n n e e d js tough, th e ex a n e v e r r e t s mpress nurem g Strve has p u tt w ll um rg jj jobs, n e fo r and w b rk.t h e A e r u e s t cost of govem n *CSL fageatersuce latesfro m That s becaus dly-the abusejeople of d a s s., vcdm sandcan Rob Cazmon) e sa n d. tor, td ls de 91 :ers : Rcem ng Envronment 11*17. O n D em ocrats { a m e m o - s t s - r e y? ty P ark - A typcal ex those por of com m on se le servng. fellow A m erc rage a ll jof t h e r a s e r h s tm e d eath, h s mot m o f som eone to h l.u e a neg h b o rto o k smef w ho.w th old*tn yre r S - a re o n th e jo b );crurcom- d a y saw e e k.1 e m e n t - w eeksandno fa sen d n g b e st to h e lp a vv H eobeyedall t y o u go A fter years se rv e n staton to a yo.ther A long cam e h,jo T tect tecton A g c s,th ey. p ro b le m s - d» d c! * Now, som e t s th e r tanks d d n ot 1 ) u b ta n d b een too hard danger.,.;": " s u r e d ; o n s M to gve. C o st-$ 1 2,0 rsu p e r*., e t.s n c e h e s portunty.to.n Dggng u p _ n g j o r c ByarryTrudea 9f utnmtml mrumc. NG lay, May 9,1997 Msn f S S S S n [j cessful at w hte mole sts down before televson preparng to tch 60 M nutes" on CBS. comes a story about mem* yed blacks n Harlem. T h e. -s changng tho cham el,bc- be another lberal propa- )n people who have b e ra Republcan budget cuts radsm. ths? A black m an nam ed c s addressng an audence drely of mnortes: You X) words a m nute, know ev* program ever cam e out, a jenc, you re not gonna get t your sklls that are keepng xedng, t s your atttude. male read es for th e rem ote th evdum e. leaeyjbtahlendorses m pns; A tttude hss k e p t a u l b m gettng jobs, or were surly o r ddn t m e or.ddn t show u p a t au." J t t j r e d "Strve," funded c o r ra te a n d c h a rm b le - ahl sayslt sn p ro n ly for peo- e, b ut also for anyone who s, of worc Ths s no doood, o unter group. The language expectatons hgh a n d the ssve. n th e p ast 12 years, t m ore than 15,000 people, n ot governm ent make* e done t a t a fracton of the m ent program s a n d w th a c c e sra te. luse Strve s top goal s to ds- of thenoton m at th ey a«-= onnot m ake t on ther own. >na, Strve s executve drec- J1 unemployed New. Yorkn ta ll destroy lves s are great envronmentalexam ple - a com plete lack sense a n d any feeln g for cahs: M y neghbor s fa- tvlce sm ton. U pon hs b th erh ad tro u b le gettn g h m th e staton. So m y 3k t over. m e servce statons, you }b 24 hours a day, seven T h ere w ere no 40-hou: 10 overtm e. H e d d hs anyone w ho n eed ed help, ll th e laws. rs o n th e job, h e leased th e young couple a n d retred, ae th e E n > n m e n ta l Pro- ncy w th o ne soluton to all dg u p y our tanks! e ta n k s do leak. B ut th ese t leak. t should n o t have rd to tell G allons n s m eans o u tls m easured. ;000 rg h t ot o f h s pock* s retred, th e re s d o opp t e k s d d n o t h elp - roranyone"elseexcbpt au Mallard F g. :.fc A H V ftlaw 8BA V TUWHTtlltWr. )N S - H tttudes:! : ers n th e basem ent of a project: "s th e world ra about t Absolutely. But A t the end of th e day, so your hstory. Lfe an t e not gonna be far today, c not gonna be far tom on tg far. E at t Swallow tl A By now, th e w hte mal e "am en".the TV and crar um e some more. Nobod}...Overcome Someday. _Tl overcomng low. Rob G lectures, h e models. H e and was addcted to dru - lfe around and founded d. Stahl focuses on a few dents." Some are told to o> -r r la t b u t those who do s "caught" by a staff mem, why th e program s tougj ;e best nterest to contnue back. Ths s basc tran how K> smle, not smrc, ( street, m antan eye cont e vewer and w ear shoes tl 1 be shned. They even lea st and style ther har (n s- People who w hne o r not measurng up a re tol and not to b e selfsh, as c- ers to do for them w hat t ng (0 do for them sdves. L ett those recevng th e hg 1 nated a b usness for t t elm nated a servce ed. W th th e w a te r tabl feet deep, th e re w as nc for polluton unless the horrble leak, a n d th e r here...-legal d estructve rol hgh-handed cmvronm T he kn d o f envronm e no one needs th a t s de harm ful lk e th e spotte bestos foscoes. Atony.needlo b e changed. Bt ton to th e problem an. w ay as n o t to d estroy p CHARLES MCCAR K m berly ; ts a can of worms,! M oney, m o n ey, m o m a k e s t h e w o rld g o a la- CMt. B e e r a t o u r a t y n e w? B e e r a tx ttle 1, fo o tb a llg a m e s, churc th n k, a b u n p h o f d n aro u n d -o u r. chldrel d r e n, ru s s g f tln Fllmore cmmkp zurom ntbv. 9y «0. :* J,. :No more U ngs ton,w L T h o m a s S01. deyg lves.] )f a Harlem housng. gradu radst? No queston fourq But you know what? ponde so what? Read aroun t ever been far, t s coreu ay, and t s certanly fauun lorrowl lfe sn t ng th tl Accept t!" Dan male s startng to ber.tc Tanks up the vol- whov «dy sngs "We ShaU need! "_Thesejepple are Carnoa notorly ways 1 Ec s been n prson ways drugs. H e turned hs Stal ded Strve. break :ew of the "stu* cudes. 1 to leave for comng makr >d e leave a re lember who explans now, >ugh and n ther forth< ue. Some come s ra d t nng. Peoplelearn rfgnf gve a busness- overp te handshake of the mnor o n m ctw th ann te m ost!s that can and m ust B uta learn how to walk, tleme r (no com rows). socal or make excuses for those StOld fntorf a s n expectng Othtat they a re unv.-u- Ca ves. Put your feel* co/um TE R S hgh wages. t elm - p re d >r th e young couple. Klen ce that was need* feebl table 200 or m ore Qo s n o t m uch chance besd there bad been a tours here w as no le a k h u r t 1 perso robbery by our sued, nm ental actvsts. g e t t m ental p rotecton n g y td e s tru ra v e a n d p le w 3tted owl m d as* a n d s ny tmes thngs do Jus. B u tf tth e solu le t or a n d d o tn B u c h a P ark, ns,.not beer Wen noney, that s w hat Th.0 around ac any Roth ty parl w hat s the c e L eague7 school...hobd urch outngs. Ju st Bc)3 rtnks ru n n n g - nrffl ulancl g fandchl: b u y t tn g, re c k le s s jel :tffdn-ta-m B rrod C ; GottJ*oaRAetr~/M* J. OOR~<. T h e T m e s-n <»e a Utxj - y e a r s - Y r t h, C h d s e a h e r e. - V e Vctms n your pocket," advses Ftanl. who nm s th e Strve d ass lke 1 seant "You re on the edge of e ng and gong back to w hat you lg, o r growng." towly, the w hte m ale sees the < reedng. Some shed tears of joj f get jobs for th e frst tm e n tl s. M ore thaa three quarters of j dlates fnd worc n New Yoc 1 r other dtes where Strve has < d. n th ree weeks, Strve tun m d th e lves of some o f th e ha unemployecl nstead of thtwv lre and vctmzadon, they re tl they can succeed... and do. an Jusno, another Strve staff, teus S ta "M y job s to help ] ) w ant to be h e l p n ot people d h d p. You got some sense of ( t? You sjnwalpjfou w hat y h donyou regonnaget w lu t: rsg o t" tahl condudes: "Strve s all ab oldng people, of bad. habts, ba es. But s also about rebuldn ftno ftom when they mflft s, and he b e n s to shed tears 0: those who found jobs. H e w ant d a check. H e also learns somel lfcant about th e contnung bt r poverty, race and welfare. f ] lortes w ant to change th er lv X w htes of good wul w ant to h an attm de of vctmzaton w nent further dvdes and posor al waters, beneftng no one ex se who m uce.a lvng off th e cu edsystem... ol Thomas ts a Los 4f cte Tme tm n :d a te th e g u ts t to o k fo r C l lnkopf and A llen tc> oppose k)me o n, A e r e s a lo t c>f th ad es s elln g b e e r a t a so ftb t m a m e n t. S u re h o p e n o o n e t a s a r e s u lt o f so m e d runk son. T w n F a lls, P m s u re, w d, a n d f y o u a sk f o r t, y ou t. L f o r o n e, w ll n o t b e a tl y o u r f u n d -ra ser, a n d h op w ll u se a l ttle com m on se s ta y aw ay. u st r e m e m b e r o n e th n g : f o n e d u b -s e ll-b e e rn th e C k, y o u o p e n a c a n o f w o m u pared. C K H U T S E L L am berly, ndell should buy dares h e d t y o f W en d eu M ay o r C th s ays t h e d a re s m u st g o d t y to g row. A ccord n g to bdey, th e d t e s c o m e frst. ;oy f W d e U fe e ls th e s e c n t h e w ay, w h y d o n t th e y f th e h? E R O M E F T Z G E R A L D cwdng ByBoceT < ava. CO?Y~l N eys LS ra n k H o k e a drll of d th e r you w ere [he d a ss ls so fa ll rcandn lasex* turns shardest TtnHrg te thnk* taffmem* d p people jple\s4u> of enttle- latyoal-! u tj«u al~ labovt, bad att* dng, r e heyfall" h& V r s o f joy rants to m ethlng lg battle. f poor r lves, to h d p. w d e n t- lsonsthe eex cep t e current tm c r C low, lose ths th n g s ftb a ll o ne g e ts n k e n e,w U b e ou w ll >a tte n d - hope peo* 1 sen se ;: f y o u J C t y... rm s. B e» o r G w en go fo r ; to C r a g s e d a re s hey ju st letnsey; *!vr t. naaor 11}, f r / v \ \ w

7 G m g r pchset..." ~ : D m g = &ee_u WASHNGTbN (AP) House f you sell t we re, gong to ku t a p F -----S pm e a k e r----- Newt-* tn g rac c b youah»<ad ann n o u n o e d h s n e w p o ltcal H e su g g e ste d us sng the A r TEL ANV V, s ra e l (A P ) w rote Zeev Schff, a colum nd f l H jectves Hursday. Force to h elp track traffckers srael me eda voced suspcons for f the Haarctz newspaper, r, 1 ThS H e sad th e fo cu s on drug: gs, and m m m e n d e d rcl relon-bosed Thursday ly that tj W ashngton s tap- s, of course, a d early unfrer frendly ucaton and te e n p regnane ncy drug rehabltaton prognms. r pn g hth e e s r a e l E m b a ssy s s a c t ned, to balan landng the budget. often no m ore than nholdngpcns h the FB s snvestgatng w hether commcnt. c w llb be even more m portant tha han H e s a d schools s to d a y a r e phones,, followng fo! a report lhat U.S. offdals have dcclnet Gngrch, R-Ga., sad hs goc oal fo r o u r ch ld re n," a n d sad h e sra e l has la s a U.S. g o v ern m en t n te llg e n c e g a th e rng g h a s w as us to- a c h e v e a d ru g -fre e would push for a syst retem n whch nformanl nl tbeen especally senstve c snce s Amer n e ra by J a n.1, 200 fouov ow- chldren who attend dj)ooc.schoqls On_Wed ednesdny, Th» Wn«hng. -Jo rm e r U.S N avy a n al ly s t m g a raooral c ru a a e fully s as shod bcgven vouc luchcrs to go ton Post :t rep rt o rted th a t th e FB J o n a th a n P o lla rd was cau g h t nten: tensve as the effort to balonc ncc to a school that actual alycares. w as nvesv e stg a tn g w h e th e r a o and convcted n 198S of passng the ebudget. t H e Sld h e would d promote pr- senor U.S..S. offdal has been pass-,r,mutary sccrcts to srael. G ngrch w as a d d re ssn g th e v ate e ffo rts to prev revent sngle ng senst stve nformaton to the Nato tonal Relgous Broadcaster :ers teen-age grls from D ; havng chl- srael ov jovem m enj. T h e n q m ry ~ abou tout w herehe a n d the-r epul ub dren rh csad h alf of o f s under repbrvedl: sdly ste m m e d fro m ah lcon a n Party are gong after read ch- 16 w hohave chldren out of wed- ntercepted ted conversaton E tw een g agreem ent w tn th e W ht lte lock w ll b e long-te term welfare two srael lel ntellgence offcals House )use on the G O Fs longtme got jo al-.redpcnts,ahd-70perc crccnt of juv n-washngton and Tel Avv.. W W o fbalanong the budget by nles n state reform m nstm tons srael oc ffc a ls d e n e d chc mm On the budget sde, he sad the were rased n fathcrle trless homes. report, nsstng srael does not # S5.S.5 trllon natonal d ebt coul uld G n g rc h to ld the e re lg o u s spyonsa S Amercan ally. The alle- elm nated by 2024 f spenc nd- b ro adcasters th a t t w as v ta l gaton s Svrong, S fa c tu y, n one r.. 8 B Wl w ere held a t 1 percent-belo low. that we reassert the centralty of respcct th e p a rt alludng to l venum every vgar after c fn to n o f srael-nteugence-gathcrng-n 1 he outlned hs m an But goo] )os Amerca. ent thcu nted S tates, governm \ / j natng drugs, as elm mprovn ng H e endorsed a prop oposed const- spokesman M o c F o g e ls a d. y 1 TU«9FMAuB«&(UfK&U u cato n a n d re d u c n g tec!en tu to n a ra m e n d m csnt n on scko On Thur ursday, srael newspae g n a n by the sta rt of th e ne lew prayer, s a y a sode d ety dvorced pers w eref flled wth speculaton \ t eatherm an.y 138MUnAv8.Soult) / TwbFll* ossrg bord ers o r producn, ng G ngrch la te r jor oned a news srael ntcllgence codes. f so, coma. m m erd al q u a n td e o f drug ugs conference by th e He House educa. llcnnum n 2C01. On drugs, h e sad those c a u t from re lg o n s a * hopeless, empty desert of despa par. that the Unted States was tappng phone 3ne calls and d edpherng shoul o uld-get m a n d a to -lfe ser en- tonconunttccto rele elea» a cner tence! ces on frst convcton an d th the to Presdent Clnton n < questonng _ SewHnontJwW S «h Prtrtdg rdge, held by Rep. Suo RDay, expn KpfMSttt an nterest n death sentence fo r second cor on* w h eth er federal -edu ducaton dot- Houm SpMker N«wt Qlngteh feht lapel durng a newt cocrek ewe Tlur»(l«y. vcdo»3ons. lors wcre beng spent wsely. Rural CC ountes nay fal K lew ar qu alty test! _ S f Q Wc carc rc about hls communty! nst stallng an auomalc sprnkler system n s a complex task. That s wh hy ts bes to hre a qualfed ned WASHNGTON (AP) ) ~ - M ore fa c to re s and.nd a u to m o b le s n The rh e se a re m any of th e sam m e JJ complance, they sad, profcsslo alonal. Here arc some lps to help :lp you make the rght decson: n: strngent a r polluton rule les beng urban centers, rs. - state : s stru g g ln g to d e a l wt! th G ary G u zy o f thh e E n v ro n - l.talk to local rcfercnccs. consdered by th e Clnton admn- Prevously, U t had been wdely long;n g;range polluton th at envron on- m ental P rotecton A Agency sad 2. Make certan your c o n tra a o r asca CS head to head spacng of stnton could put large ;e parts of agreed that the proposed changes met stalsts say often drfts hun un- E P A sdentstshaveco come up wth spr< tprnklcr hcadx. Ths wll prevent brown spots. rural A m erca and m any ly c ctes n n a r q u alty cy standards would. dreds of m les a n d m akes th :he smlar numbers. 3. Ask your contractor to expun pn proper valve zontf and why volaron of federal ar lr «qu alty m ake t harder e r for d tes and sub- Norct rth e a s t s d rty -a r p ro b len cm Buc h e sad th e! p prmary dr- gallt gallons p er m nute s m porunl standards, three reseorchc xhers con- u rb s to clean m up thetr ar. The more: re severe. v e r" o f th s ru ra l p< p o llu to n s -f. Make sure your c o n rfc to r docs not n mx sprnklers wh tend. s tu d y fo u n d th e c h anges a lso The rhe EPA proposal calls for low )w- long-range polluton on transp o rt, tlffc lffcrent applcaon rates on th e : T h a t, n tu rn, w ould d have 1 a would lead many mt rural areas to erng th e m axm um allow abl ble often from sources : h hundreds of 5. Dcware Dew o f low bdders (they often take costly shoncus) m a jo r m p a c t on th e! w ay th e b e out of fede d ero complance, as ozone o c o n c e n tra to n s to O.Ot.08 m les away. T he proj roposed stan- 6 [)e Dc sure a your c o n tn c o r wll obta; U nted States develops s p< pouutot w ell tan any requred pemls. p arts r p; e r bllon from 0.12 p art ts dards wll allow u s... to use new control strategcs, esped >edally to Cham edes Be n-r certan your c o n tn c o r laalls e s a n d tw o o th e r p er r bllo b n, a n d c h a n g n g th< h e to o ls ard new flex ls the back-flow prcvcntor [e x b lty to equlred u by local codc to p ro c c d eal w th th e problem n o : ; your drnkng water supply. of long- researchers s - Rck Saylor of mont< ntorng tme from one hour to t( a d d re s s th o s e tran n : s p o rt conrange ar polluton transp* sport, th e researchers concluded. G eorga Tech ± and : Ells Cowlng o f N o rth C a ro ln a S ta te eght ;ht hours.. The rhe change n hours of mon mcems, Guzy sad/ T h e ag en cy s sch chcduled to There s rmuch msnformaton crcultlr atlng about back-flow. t m eans you ve got t to t com e f o c d on 27 states, almost all torn{ lng w ould h a v e sg n fcan m t decde ths sum m er!r w hether to restng now. Please call us for. u p w th a m uch m ore : reg o n al east of the M& lssspp Rver. The. mpocp a c t o n w h e th e r ru ra l area; :as re q u re th e tg h ter fef d e ra l.a r the facts lets and the certfed. approach, W llam Cha :hamedes. researchers exam ej ned 85 ru ra l mset e e t fe d e ra l s ta n d a r d s, th< h e qualty standards for smogkaus- back-jlow, of G eorga Tech, one au cstcts n our arcat «2Was a u th o r o f ar polluton mo n to r ponts. resea earchers conduded. Becaust se ng ozone and mcroso»copc partc- 511NCT0M TflN FAm«(208)7M-5M th e st\dy, sad n an nterv ervew. M osrof th e smog-causnj sngpouu- Although h only c sx of the 85 stes w ere n n o n a tta n m e n t ntrog rogen oxdes levels a com mponen le n t of ozone would b e les ess ulates such as soot.. tjon n n ra l a reas wher here there under the curr Lrrent (ozone stan- varat rable n ru ra l a re a s througl gh s lttle ndustry and mode x lestau to - - dard s), 41 would WO have been n - m o b letraffc comesf sfrom fo r *nonattalnm ent"-of the new prothe : day, d th e longer montorng tmev le w o d cause these re o n s t< aray, o ften from j e r plants p o r posed standard rd, the study sad. more re easly < fall nto fed cr non J j Frtoy.M ys.:»,1997 nmwmfw, Twn FH. dtho Utho A-7 N a toon sra( ael suspects su.s.of png emba! ssy phones ;st c t e T R e n o p l a y s d o w n c l M s T \ w t h F B h e W A SH N G T O N {Al Attorney Generol Janet Reno m reports U dy ly outft and sh e andfb D rector r L ous J.,11 F r e e h a r e se ro u s ly r dv d ed WS :Ugveher30 ll A Br over h e r decson not to seek an - n d s p e n d e n t-p ro s e c:c uu to r - to - : * nuecs-o/-atot % n v e srg a te D em ocratc.tc fundng dscus* rasng. T here s a contnung son," sh e sad of h e r co conversatons w th Freeh. Pm 1 n< ot sure ng Dstance P P P rrv!ee! c. you w ould ch aracterze t as a dfference of opnon. * S She sad *Ofhaf rctms;/m/97t) she s tryng to do w hat t s) she to ld >{OOpnW- Republcans she would do: look a t ev ery th n g, consder ler every- thng. D rector Freeh and have : a vey good w orkng relato tonshp, she told h e r weekly news < conference. *yfe m w have as smn a n y a s fve convermqons aday ly by t telephone, o r two or-three me f E N D L E TSTO N T cold.not begd to quant l / l a g l e V a l e y M a n Twr wn Falls ".. y number. L M The a m m e y general 1 also a l sad..derng ts role, f any, n.s ble Suprem e Cut revew of the s u b p o e n a fg h t bctwveen ec th e W h te H o u se a n d th1c e W htew a te r n d e p e n d e n t cc o u n se l K enneth W. Starr. the J u c e D epartm ent t w was pon-.ap o ss-....? B p m km G.!Motfers (D - g fs - lead (AP) - Chershed Teddc Jcs Dreamscles Boyd Perry Lllput Lane t Cats Meow P?et As ATctu :ture Bumpkns Dshware by Vck Ca C arrol Pewter Mornng Sun Potte nery m S P U D b l j N t > Bu: >uy your favorte Mon om a Mothers 1 S A U m S u M x a u W lo g. to $ fflm 1 : 0 M S p r t C o a t s jtw rn f - J P c D E A R <! C O S n M la a g c V au ey M a n ; O n n d lmon Mall ld< M o n. - J t s R eg.l 3. to $ t TwnPalU daho Palls. - M r 10-9 Hun Qy - z p m J State A cct No. Phtnc. n c a s e a llo w W-4 Weeks for delvery. 6

8 M TbM»M«w,TMnF«n*, U t,k la t» Rtoy.M y9,1997 W o r l d JE RCU S A L E M (A P ) U.S. p ro b le m s k e p t th e >two sdes >y D e n n s R o ss s h u ttle d - a p a r t > T T b e w reen ra J e r u s a le m a n d Gaza R oss spoke a fte r m eetng sep*. sday, try n g to defuse ten* r a te ly w th s r a eel P rm e PopeLslatesjv n j t prevfntng,tlle0»qpjgn_ 1 W nstecbfjojanu jun N et ta n y a h u ael-paest2a\peace tntlf*. a n d P a le s tn a n le a der e r Yasser VATCAN CTY {A ( P ) T h e, stro n g sgnal o?f f su p p o rt tp th e H e e away sayng t A ra fa t mage wll be famllt llar: A fral. M d east regor n s d e c ln n g T P o p rjo h rp a u l--c [-celebratnc g h rstan -m n ojrtyh»ow-bar ly r r,~ Mass am d the rubble of battle. j 1.6 p e rc e n t, acc ccordng to the,. A fte r v stn g S a ro rt je v o la s t 3 A Vatcan. m onth, th e p o n tff tra v e ls th s» ** A UbanftM Ml oldler C h rstan a n; s n L e b a n o n, Sweet Pe w e e k e n d to B e ru;t t - a n o th e r. jfc wth a dog Mearch* l d o m n a te d b; y M a ro n te jffw w ar-ravaged cty thlat became a B * m l M tome of tha he C atholcs, have d p p ed from a ChUrm s Beaale B symbol of mndless str strfe. % 70,000 chdts tsn s lg h t p re*war m a jo r ty to 3js> H s vst to L eban anon has on Belnt» downt Btown roughly.4spercec e n t of A c popuntnm tnlnnr>» 5 C added dmenson. Nea Jearly half of 5,, lanon. M outers PJ a y S p e ta ug s thcdtyv32tnllontx3 TXJpulaton-s But~they mant C hrstan, m akng t a n outpost \ - aecurtty meast of poutcal power ter accordng to a 25»/<&AllMa atem ty Clothes e s fo r th e re lg o n n n tl the mostly fl for Sunday* vult v! decades-old form Tnula th at dvdes Muslm Mddle E a st y L B j by Pope John n Paul r control among the country s man k 25% O ff S< S ele cted Jo h n P aul has long ng h as b een. r p o u s groups. B ra n d N ew C Clothng tryng to get there. t s u n lkely y th a t Jo h n P a u l As early a s 1982, he expressed j B B j H S w ll e x p lc tly y re s p o n d to a 2 5 % O ff A ll Lor )ng Sleeve a desre to go co Lcbt eb a n o n, the dem and by the Lebanese bshops. M erch andse d ccntcr of so m uch suff«ufferng. But fo r srael and Syran S] troops to Rja th e country s 1975*90 ;.90 cvl war 18 also h o p esto tu T a dstrbuted d on the bass of f fath. w th d ra v rfro m n 1 L eb an ese sol. M a y 8 t h, 9 t hs c lo th - j S y kept hm away for years, and a planned 1994 trp wa: as canceled f warfare nto one of rel- wl here a ffteen-year w ar fu folprf Vatcan offdals s s say the pope pr- ; been pushng for because of a terrorst bt o» b g. f rmony. by relgous rvalry le ft 15( au s gong to Lebanon people dead.. =>»»» s r w s " * * a church. 1 th e w ounds th a t can B rn g n g re lg o n s cl lo se r Vatcan offdals say av th e sd edf- * c purpjtsn>fthe~" le -v ts t~ th s----- to-move Lebanon toward------to;,togethcr..hns bcm c.onp-ol nf Thf! Saturday and Sunday v s to d e U v e r w h «t wa; kvas before, a symbol of po» p e s p rndpal goals n the a o rm o l m essage?o to L e b a n e s e r e lg o u s 5 c co-habtaton. papal ng nj y ears of th e mllennum non J o a q u n N a v arro - la ds ssu e d e n c y c lc a ls on M M S ~ Catholcs n response se t to th e conelusons of a L ebanes nesc bshops d. ssue, sj presded over confere meetng n not be an e a task n a and m et frequently w th th e! But the pontff.» wh b o n s 7 7 o f 18 se p a ra te confes- ers e r of other Mths. here poltcal power s John Paul also wants to sc - NATOgrc r o w t h f ~ p o s e s c r s s \ \ Keep Tftose You V Love 7 Close To Yourr H e a r t.. MOSCOW (A P ) B ors \ f Y eltsn w arned T hl u r s d a y t h a t NATO expanso n nt to E a s te rn N > Europe presents th e ; most m serous A m ercan c h a lle n ge e to R ussa T snce the Cuban msslesle crss. Some Russan nator ronalsts d th e Russan leader should threat- d e mssles. en the West w th n udear a s S o v e t le ad d c e r N k ta Khrushchev dd durnj rng the 1962 CMdren en CranJcfUldren Brotfen ers Sttm Bett Trlendt crss. Russa btterly oppos poses plans to n d u d e fonncr Sovet st satelltes n * BRTHSmHE EBUHCH th e allance, b ut ta dtly tl: acknowl- THe Perfect G ft Por Moml edges t cannot stojp p th e m ove... - Y eltsn, u n d e r to ugh g h crtcsm >. from natonalst an d comc m unst V M W % opponents at home, ha: has b een ty- l u t f Sv a v - M oo r X u g. ng to lm t th e NATO 0 expanson... T h e 1962 crss wvas trggered 138 WAN AVE. WEST «733-S » DOWHTOWH TWN FAK by th e d e p lo y m e n t o f S o v e t nuclear weapons on Cuba. Cu. P r c e s E t t e cr t l v e M 1997 ~ ~ aged Be : U.S. s. envoyencoure ;es Mdeast peace SOLD OAK z c a l t a kgude S9-* ff BmHraG OTTOMAN! R ROCKER! R S S T U m N G $ - A f s - " e t a l k s : r H... 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9 H. RrllBncatCa QoodntJoonga nuncoln cortl r v > a rthe-tm cs-n ew l Arol THE VA ALLEY Postal carrer ers to stage S drve to help? hungry M a k Keltt m erd al devt vclopmcnt la k e s n about 600» b C ro u c lt o rs a n jflcrc rcty sadthursday Cross ssroads R anch w ould~be only one Tlms»WwswH»t acres along B 1Hghway 93 just north of the that hs compan> expects ex; w o ter and parto t of t P etro 2 true uck stop near th e 1-84 n tep :er«sewer lnes to be nsu nstallcd soon on the *Th rhere wll not be anythng thbat a t wll be JEROM E - After years of f Wl watng, th e change. Tbe le daho D epartm ent of Lands ds property, done e 1for an ndvdualor sn e company co C ro s s ro a d s R a n c h p ro jee c t e a s t o f. a n d th e U.S. B u reau o f L and Crouch would not Jt say s how the prob- to ben eneft them alone, Prescott :sad. sal K.TWN FA LLS-Postal < carrers wn pck up Jerom J< e could pass a 1 mle: llestone, b u t M anagem e lent control large blocks of o lem of s o ttn g lnes!s t to th e Crossroads Co m p re h e n sv e dev elo p mn cn e n t a n d food for th e hungry as w ell as your m au are a o ffc a ls an d landoww n e rs w e re l a n e w th Ranch had been solve lved. But he sad no..prescj servaton could pave the woy for pr* Saturday. V vague Thursday about A e deta etals. D evelopn pm ent a t C rossroads R anch >ch federal o r state grant mt money was.beng vote B ( donatons anc governm ent :n t grants : Tle U.S. Postal Sehd rvce encoures respershable fbbd tem s. Pp, rescott sad th e county hopes J e ro m e C ounty Conunsst s o n e rr o, S P 5 :n th e H ghw ay 93 corrdlo o r used to fund the projec jject. to he! lelp rase the several mllon c dollars ; dents to donate hdnper tvntcrchange to»m m erda] a l H e also declned to say w hen the lnes that t v would b e n eeded to properly jrly devel-... and place dem n planc stc h a by ther maors and volunteers wll p u b le a g e n d e s a n d andow lem and lm ted resd ental dal mght go n o r what ; sort SO of development op th«h e areo, Prescott sad. boxes. L etter e a rn e control properq n ear the nter ent, Jerom e County Plannng plans a re n store for fo th e C rossroads He e also sa d som e land exch xchanges pck up the bags and donate the food tocom- U.S. H g h w a y 93 a n d n te l ng adm nstrator A rt Brown R anch.. betwe ween prvate and publc entte ttes may munty food banks. one m ajor o b stad e has been en Prescott would not lot gve { m a n y d e ta ls b e n th e works, b ut agan decl eclned to b e h n d so m e so rt of com pr T h e e v e n t s p ar rt t o f th e N ato n al _develotnnen j t plan for the area. : water and sewer servce frgm om of what plans the co u n ty h a s fo r th e v e} aany detals. F ta sso d B jo n rf-te c e rc - Cttr s as*-mmufq-food Jcro m e to e -but-he-dd-say-the pla la n s-to -d e v e lo p -th o -a roaa-m a - g h t drve across th s.unted States. daho res- The proposed Crossroads 5 Rand R com* Crossroa >ads R anch o w n e r A rle len r p o s s b le d eveloo p m e n t o f th e Ploase seo CROSSROADS, )S, Page 83 - dents donated a record 321,000 pounds of food last year, sad Ken!en Whte, presdent of STAf NDNG TALL-/ the daho s ta u assodatlo lton. Bags wth food tems S should st; be left by your = RS sells : H < m a l b o x b e fo re.n o rmal delvery. tems shouldbe dred, canned oed or packaged prod* ucts. Food n or r breakable bt contaners ore dscouraged r L etter carrers n Jero erome, Twn Falls and n : _ p )rqpertyg ] 3f - H > :; Kmberly are p d p a adng. d n F or more nformaton, lot, call your local post 0 l L to n s of tre s -::d u rn g Tre Am cotlheh 5WS : lund BSrecycled mnestyday MA! Crossrc j g c F r d ay y r a y - 9 f l 9? " ll L Cty Edtor, n l u d e r r , 1 E, / oads project could get utlty lne BO ;OSE - t took only a m nute Lte for the : TWN FA LLS-N earlj arly 80 tons of old tres. V vvr n ter ern al R ev enue Servce to 0 sell s( th e Heybum property of a couple e who got - : were recyded durng g last m onths W aste! nto J a confrontaton wth an RS agent - ; T re Amnesty D ay spon ponsored by the Twn w hen he served tax payers on 1them last! Falls County Landfll :ll and the Southern V.. montj nth. : ; daho SoUd Waste regon onal cooperatve. U f- < here w ere no nddcnts Thurs lursday as A total of old tres w ere collected, Jamncs~L. e Mason, revenue offce: fcer from tfre e of charge, n sx countes. G oodng.ho F alls, accepted th e $18,0< 18,000 bd " C oun led all comers wth 1 1 tres, wlle from m Jerald Kraus, Rupert, for ( th e lot H Jerome Counw chpped «d n Twn Falls and two hom es of L ester and td Ja n c c : C o unty p ro d u c e d o ld tre s, w h le hcndoka, Cassa and d EBlane countes pro- Pcrr> Ty. K raus s the d o sest negh eghbor to th e! P e rry p ro p e rty a n d sa d h; e has duced fewer than SOO apece. know )wn the Perrys for many years, ars. > The tres w ere recydt e d nto fud.supole-. he Perrys have been n dsput spute w th *- ments for cement factor rtores n nlcom and n th e : tax tl agency for some tme, a and the ; - eastern daho. > seed td e to the property f( for nonpaym rnent of taxes. npaym ent reclph plents should >ast m o n th, R S ag e n t Don D onald F. Jcnsc sen w ent to the H eyhum prop )roperty to serve r e p o r t c h a n g e 9 ( of status tax papers. After a dspute )ute devel- :d, he used a chemcal spray on the T W m F A ls - Sp pplemehtal Sedqty ~-- tcomeredpents& r6~a 6"encouraged totbpdr?*"* *1 ;>change3 n ther lves.aft.after tfejt start recev" Perrj rrys. La ja te r. P e rry d sp u te d th a t h e h a d assau su ted th e agent and Jensen ;en : sad he H H H K 9 r a 9 H U woul uld not press charges, 3 e paym ents.rellec lect conddons at the r tm e 01 appucatbn, and changes n those Ma klason advsed bdders a t Thursdays s a lee tthat the property was for sale as s, - c o n d to n s c o u ld resu esult n ncreased or MCtlMBM/n>nMltm whct ere s, and t would be the e respons- _ 7<f>yase d p *» w.1p Rld Erc RedL mnnng. Censtnetlofl OM be s-rskysl lava-tft-parch on-a tfaky-wall-to to r nal ft fl-plaoerocn MeCall l»nl.no.t(l«y spe [y-of-the-6uccessful-bdder-to. -to g at-th o - :> e ro f the T F Sods prev rvous owners off. Among the danges tb that should be reporto. poundng nals and buldng hou lousas (or Battsncourt Constnct ctlon. Ths house s gong up on n Canyon ParkAvane Th rhe P e n y s have 180 days to r redeem re d a re : th ef property, b ut would have to «come up - Oango ftf : r~ wthh back taxes plus 20 percent r nterest, Change n ncome ne o r household mem- Mas( son sa d K ra u s p a d thh e e n tr e Z-bers. },000 for the property, 5 n m artal lsmtus. R fance and Lester P e n y anend tended te Change n tems s you y own o r w hether Jerom e Rc tecreatonld strct nlam es nev w chef :ton. h eld n a smell room n th e fed- * you receve help vdd.expenses. ex] l b u ld n g w th se v e ra l se c u rty f you ra te r o r leave ave an nsttuton, such Dxe D Thomo Reale Of th e three tl fnalsts w e felt Robert! srts board and roller skadr atng faclty for chlnts present.» * p f B wtwrtn hrr hom eorpson. Tlm>»W»ws T cocfsspoftdwt was th e mnost o qualfed, R august sad ad. d re n.r o b e rts also sad s the dstrct kfore Mason dedored bddng dng open, f you leave tbeunt Jnted States or sponsor "" "The staff f fgets along w th her. Several :nd needs to fnd anothe ther locaton for the Cfgp Porry hnnrtph hm n»» -. KL n " om: U tteleoguebasebflu aoufda, now kehnd otce of Fraudulent RS Sale,. f are under age 22 and start or stop D s c t h as gven ts actng drector a mend her." Central Elem entary /School. tthat l th e sale was mproper. r. perm anent s lu t a t th e job.. Roberts has been the dstrcts recre a«* Eventually Roberts srts wants to see tho Mt 4 a so n g la n c e d a t t o n ly y bt re fly > f redplent s addo (deted to drugs or alco- P»* hoj not Tnnng ge funds or des., EU R o b erts was nam ed W ednesday aton su pervsor snce November 1995 )95. dstrct sponsor more lore whole commun-. befo fore startng th e sole, -- 5 ; -allure to report changes du may result n th " e d strct s new dbector. She replaces She w as bom and rased n Lynwood lod, ty events, perhaps >s wth v the Chamber. Th rh e p ro p e rty s on th e ro a d th ac 5 - overpayments, rfd must m b e r e d, Rledl K. M chael P epper, wbo resj esgned from Wash., and d moved to Jerom e a fter she sh< o f C om m erce. Fossl ssblltes nclude a dvc /d es R u p e rt a n d H eyburn, rn, K raus S sa d. tb tl e poston after 20 years, t to sta rt hs receved a degree n recreato n fron om h arv est festval and d craft shows, com- sad.? Most nformaton can a n b e reported by call owo nbusness. W ashngton State Unversty, m unty chu feeds,, three-on-three bas- s Asth e aucton dosed, P erry Ty w alked %:ng betw< Kween 7 ajn. to 7 pan. R oberts has served as dre h ctor snce. P r a j a d d they chose m e b ut was sur> k e tb a ll to u rn am en e n ts. a n d farm ers- out Cand o sad, You ctm t tell who your w edcdsys. M ath 31, w hen Pepper stepp jpped down...prsed. dd n t expect to b e h red," d, dem onstratng ther r crafts. ends are. A bout 30 people appled d fc for th e Job, R obertssac td., W e sponsored a 1 horvest he festval last Craus Kr sad he ddn t know w w h at he Red C ross plan ans blooddrve sad * A rln R august, presdent ent of th e ds- F o r th e n next sx m onths she plans s n to yeor w hch nduded :d a craft show and t uld do w th th e property, but u t : sad he tre fs b o a rd of.dkectors.,sb,sx o r seven focus on d< evdopng and m provng g ( a was a great success, s rchased t n p art b u s e he w anted appucants h ad supervsory experence; e: com prehea snsve recreaton program Jo o r a t Twn Falls cl church a; Khave some contrpl over ts dsposton, sad he ddnt enter te bd to take fte r ntervew s, th e board trd n&rrowed d ty resden uts. Tmcsews coms;rt jxndent Dxe Tomas * le Amercan R ed Cross the t) feld to three fnalsts. n tm e shehopes sl to develop a skate Bte- Roabcanbem chojnj( m/crotne a t Please see RS, FPago B3 p la n s a blood draww ng fo r 1 to 7 p.m. M ondsy. noon to 6 pjo. ju. Tuesday and 9 ajn. t o 1 n m. W ednesd esd a y a t th e F rs t > F r e s b v t 8 a u t 2,2 0! 0 9 to A v e.n. Wasps wvngntc local d2ary for f] fly-contr( ol solutc on A N atonal B one Ma Marrow R egstry drve - K w ll be held durng the.same hours as te._ By6tOT»Koehtef R b lo o d drve. t la QMnao [uoedlv8t.a lshonsus. y * Cancer teatm ent Cenn enter and tb e Mountan " Shoo fly yshbocom b a t n g t h o)sel s S t a t e s T u m o r n tltu t u t e M arrow <Donor S C enter. n conuncto don w th the Natonal W E N D E L L - n th e wa w ar g Bone Marrow Regstry. m anure fles ot 5*0 dary southw so est pesky nsects the n a t u r a l w a y BS takng a small sample W ende S am Cnossen emplo) ploys an arm y / o fs s s rs od fllng out some am> of the fues* natural enemy ty - p a r a s tc H BySteve Koehler top ) or 0 around the cap. Larger r traps n can tohal paperw ork. To b e a bone m arro w w asps-..:..: dtnt. be made from mlk jugs. ; be between the ages of, T he bologcal control s p a rt of. De dead nsects can b e dpp lpped out. 1 8 % heold and no personal ntegrated f system th at works a t balano-. B W ENDELL *.\he hen flcs get nsde thro rough th e hole, Strolberg ; sad. She topattsc ng a hunan ndustry comm erdalm lk st b e a t le a s t 17 a n d ~ P producton - wth th e natural lw V rd. tmum«/n«tmn * th e house or b u a aromd arc the backyard uses BS th e carcasses ts garden 1 fc: fcrtuer. barbecue they can drve a person mad. b e cause «tey*re ngntoxc. For those who Por more nforma* ts the best.system around, sad Daryman 8m Cnosan holds a Mmpt of But people con reduce re fly numbers fnd d th e procedure repulsve, B, sl she suga» p 5 W! M, r a t _ j_ - Cn»san,vrtxo c for fve years ha h u used te /M nchon.ng commercal parastc WMps, wut bone marrow dona* Srrtualfyunnodceabla-w asps! v rtoutpcstddcs._. sts just pourng out the dead d nsects, paa from whch tha wasps O rgam c g a rd e ner e r Theresa Strolberg rra p s attra c t fues so should lld b e p u r alung the Bone KbTOW to n.w th.o th er flyrcontrol d rm hulls usad as packng of Buhl says sprayng wt conventontq arou ound th e perm eter of the! yard, not lrow-2. n : : e e th e m ore fnmlllar r sodal w asps materal. Par >arao wasp lavaa a t a fly pesd d d es causes prol problems because the near the patfo., s p ra y a lso k lls be e n e fc a l n sects. F l«can overw nter as adults lults n the blstoty of cancer of Hep >*:hbm et. yellow, ja c k e ts ;s a n d p a p e r. pupa whla n hlds ts casng, ntampung dentfy, ; n s d, she klls fle fles wt an nexpen* llsond attcs o f houses, sad c entomol- Blood donors m u st.vntsps - W u lve n organzt nzed commu*. tha flys repn sve tra p she mokes ;es ; from a spent dsh: st Bob S to ltz of th e U nvcr vcrsty of wegh a t least 110 pount x t ejl/8*lnd*lonb p arastc w w asps.,. ton o r to an lng a vctm _ jarasou :«tav u c e p f w oeh mzh atng, an d : vae w h A 1 consume < the fly pupae - th te soap botte wth cap. p.. -..,W sho R esearch and Extenson C enter 4S66.l5!6nn8twBout theydon*t humans. w o u ld -b e B fle s. W asp a d u lts w hcl lch l e s and moths S b u a around a trap Twn * F alls. As th e w eathter w arm s am ly o f a toddldr who tons s avalable by cadj vpareslc w a kll manure lure fles n, a. em erge.fro *0111! the fly pupa casng s bree*.eed b e c a u s e th e y lk e sw e e t th n g s, they can come nto th e home.. Stc to le rcce r C r e e k W ednesday Hotlne atl-800-marrc stn g.operaton th a t capltals on th e. and repeat! t t x e e. Strolberg sad. Ther ler wngs get w et and «{««m ends homrawners caulk k a and seal th e boy. as year-old. lfe c b. o f nsects. Fles lay eggs h wet nxwlth nsectdde) ju st kll LM«th e (contaner) sdes les are sr6ooth enough. openngs 9 and m ake sure th< ere are [hunday: Hs m other-s; cm nure. >( j.,* :dnossen sad, b ut new fle Des th ey can t crawl out, so they drown. gooc o d screens o n th e vents under the Law pfflqers ld( whch m eans you coul )uld p u t th e tra p s n my orchard to catch. UM and n the attc. B r l t f B Q y s t a l o F ro m an egg hatches a la a f dw, w hereas th e wasp asps m oths, b u t they eaten teh lots of fles too. Good screens and doors are essen* Oakley drownlr n M W ea uedn.. after & aper(m of feedg, b a S edspraymg breaks the {fle: les To m ake a trap, Strolbug cuts a 1.5* tal, J, Strolberg s a d Self-dosnj )sng doors n s d e B drown*,. - ptq)a< P A fter, contnued m ota to 2-nch square hol hole on th e sde VntU are e good **S om ethng th a t should be - T h e fam.tht TEmcWVods regrets. th t e ptq;>a fnally em erges f n n [» a l l e s the wasps to m anur lure n e a r the top, then ;n f flls the contaner done." drow ned n T ra p p e r. v.a asa h M u ltfly a r d c d f hutdes. Thsse fly. fl: w th th s so lu to :on: r 2 -to b le sp o o n s Fly Fl; strps work OK n a confne fnedarca, mornng dentfedth. ;.. F e m j a P a r m a re not sprayed becaus nuse m olasses, l/4*cup apple dder vnegar such as nsde a house, sod Twn Falls las;\va6pla ; Please see WASPS, Paga A B Ra and w a tv to make e a q u a rt T he trap s Cou >unty e x te n so n a g e n t Bob* > hung by a w re threaded through the Ohle le n s e n.,cassa C pw ty SheH not to release O e names ta nsde Obtuares B...B2 d a h o......,..85 B ; S eet eton-b axprotest( The Assocated Press SS ter

10 M a g c Bll could lead Th«AMOClted PWM ntroduced le sla d ra the paym ent of $64,0 v e te ra n V ern o n Bal M ares resdent who was awarded the Co Jerem y W. Ho TVVDl F A L L S - Holthus, 19,ofTw u merly o f Ely, N ev, doy,m ay7,1997,r Arangemcnts at wll b e announced R o b e rtso n F u n e Jerom e. Darrell D. Hal. BURLEY - Dar A rrangem ents at w ll b e a n n o u n c M ortttary n Burley Sterlng K. St B U R L E Y -S terl 2*yearld son of J an d Charlece Pete: W ednesday, May 7 T h e funeral wll p.m. S aturday a t tl: W a rd C h a p e l w Counselor Rowlanc d a t n g. B u ra l v P le a s a n t V ew Burley. F rends m ay ca p.m. today a t H ar B urley Chapel, 32: one hour before t G C ME Some names aj Deus Hackng Falls; and E thel Ge M y rn a C unnn Choate of Castlefo CASSAREG! K tty F rederch a ll o f B urley: rn O s te rh o u t a n d T ShannonFarchU d S o Y o u n g H w an Tacom a, Wash. T w n E j Stephan R. Vk S te p h e n Ray Wa b e wth J e s u s o n A San Dego. Calf. S te v e w a s born Ala., and resded n H e m arred Calh< of Twn Falls on Maj S tev e w a s a merr C e n te r o f E l C t e m p lo y e d b y C Constructon of San H e w a s tn avd f b e gnnng golfer. St. for everyone h e m e h s wfe e v e r /p a y d famly an d hs many Survvors-nclude a n d c h ld re n. Am) AveryTTothOT. M c N u rlln : f a th e r, b ro th e rs, Phlp a r W a rre n :- s s t e r. S e a m a n ; a n d m a r b e rs that dearly lov( A m e m o ra l s e r Aprl 2 2, a t f - n El C a o n, Calf., B erl S te v e n s o n oh greatly loved a lyfnlmed- falleyavesrr d to $64,(XX) payme M e d a lo f -...years a fto rprh n rn g tng WnrTThr son authorzng Congres >4,000 to Army wmera u B aker, th e S t. $400 p e r /ho n January Thursday Congressonal th e bll, K P e a t H o lth U B S aturday 5 - Jerem y W ade rwn Falls and for. W lla m s v, ded Wed-nes-. GOODE n Jerom e. 3 9, o f Go s a re pendng and M ay8,19! ced th e Hove- A hs-l n e ra l C hapel n vces are] under the GoodngC latch )arreu D. H atch, ed-tnesdayrm ay la. U ta h. s a r e p d t o s a n d n c c d b y P ay n e servce, 3 Stll terlng Kade Stll. Avery < )f Jerem y R u s pr. ttda eterson Stll, ded ChapcL y 7, ru b e held at 130 Chores t th e Heybum 1st F alls; gra 1 w th B sh o p s to d a y, T land Bngham offl* (W hte M l w ll b e a t th e w C e m e te ry n D avd g ra v e sd call from G to 7 S aturday Sansen M ortuary Goodng. 321 E. Man, and to 7 p.n re the funerd on Goodng ( Ho; sc VALLEY REGONAL MEDCAL CENTER!S a re omtted a t patents requ Admtted n g and Conne Rppel, both ol Gerber of Hagerman. Released ngham of B urley; a n d G e eford. EGONAL MEDCAL CENTE Adm tted ch, Ram on Ochoa and M ary rm a A rteag a, A rn o ld H ull d T ra c e Z a n o ttt, a ll o f R Ud-of-Heybum;and-AusdnH a n a n d J o n g S l O n ell, O b For obttuary rate nfon of th e Lore a t hs horn H aro ld J o h n ar l J Molenkam schoolng e r hs daho, an W s.. wh K V v m n W auq unh ton.-te rt p s n t a l( fm os-n W arren d e p a n m a W arren. 36. w ent to 2!L P 2 " A P, M M» 7.ln )rn n Brm ngham. dln E C a lo n. a f. gyjan gnb usha nem ber of New Ufo C a Jo n. H e w a s C a b le - C r a f t e r a San Olego. f d fsherm an a n d a they have -. S teve h a d a sm le H aro ld m et a n d a rose for h o b b le s * ayday. H e loved hs a p p r e c a any frends; and allm jde-hl«-w l>e,-calhy part,-phol Vmy. A m a n d a a n d golf, s le e T r ~ P a r (W a rre n ) p h e a sa n t le r. Blly W a rre n ; ng whch a n d J a s o n (B ev) b v h s t a r, Lor ( S te v e ) p c tu re fr nany. fam ly ;m em - m a n u fa c loved hm. woodw or s e r v c e w a s h e ld Twn Falls a t N ew Lfe C enter H arold lf., wth hs P a sto r R o re n c e t offcatng. S te v e c e d e d n < d a n d wll b e g r e a t-. brother, a A mem M, Mho FHtey; Ntey-9.1M7 r lent to past-due Med of H onor m o re.th a n SO a Fter he earned t for Word - - l lerosm. L ressonal M edal o ra o n o r d usually get a p e n d of U er m o Q n a statem ent o lay upon n tro d u c to n of b, Kempthome sad makng tl rh N OTC ay a t th e church. 9 s m A. Sefert hv D N G -W llam A. Sefert, de Goodng, ded Thursday, ne; 1997, a t hs home. nj s re e s t,- n o fu n eralser- bll re planned Crem aton was J the drecton of Demaray s w gchapel Mo S&RV re n c e R. S e v e re Jr.,_of,.B ng, m em o ral g ra v e sd e Fa) }, 2.p.m. today, Elmwood tod ery, Goodng. Tw Tw V C. Smth, o f W endell, 2 )day,13cmary s "Wendell F L a.n; Sta es Wllam Erke, of Twn Fr gravesde servce, 3 p.m. tod, T w n F a lls C e m e te ry, an< Mortuay n Twn Falls). Sat d W. K dd, o f G oodng, sd e se rv c e, 2:30 p.m. Bu lay, Elm w ood C em etery, Sa g. Frends may call from 1 Ce p.m. to d a y, D e m a ra y s Po< gc hapel )SPTALS- A njannette Olsen D edo; Katherne Ya q u est Ogden, Utah. lo ft w n A baby was bom and A dan and rm a./ VUNDW G eanne Some names are T E R " J e a n e G sler of 1 ry R eed, Burley, ull, Ann R u p e rt; \-Hwang,----- V cto ra-d elg ad 11, a ll of Frkns, all of R uper Burley. UTUARES tormatlon, call extens Lord gave a n d the Lord hath a t : jw av-b lessed b e -th e -n am e - Re:.ord. (Job 1:21) Fa d Molenkamp be ld M olenkam p. 79, of Twn jlfld T uesday, fay om e. )ld w a s b o r n o n J u n e 5. h W aupun. W s.. th e son of D a n d F r e d r lc k a P e te r s a m p. H e lved a n d a tten d e d n W aupun. Ws,, untl a g e 9. h s fam ly m o v e d to L o s. s. Calf, He s p e n t m ost of hs c h o o l y e a r s n H o lls te r, e n d then a tte n d e d th e last Je hs senor y e a r n W aupun. 19) Afhere h e g r a d u a te d from esj n Hgh School. After g rad u a -, ) returned to Twn Falls ard Me lew years w orkng fdr The Ch News n th e c rc u la to n n u m e n t. D urng th s t m e, h e he jren c e Q rgg a n d they w ere J on Ju n e 2> n Twn»o( 1 M arch o f hey m oved Sol ver, Colo., lo a tte n d D enver Hu 3lty w here h e e a rn e d h s A B. an<.a. d e g re e s n phlo so p h y. taught psychology a n d p h. Co y a t L a n e C o m m u n ty w a 8 n E ugene. O re.. untl hs Au n e n t n H a ro ld a n d clu ;e retred to Twn Falls w here ele ve snce resded.! >ld h a d.m a n y ta le n t s a n d s whch nclude m usc, both.j elato n o f c la s s c a l m u sc lmted compostloh on hs l M a a n t r o u t s & n a jnt huntng, and woodwork- ch was a trade pcked up father; H e m a d e hs ow n g a } fra m e s a n d c r e a te d a n d.- Ho a c tu r e d th e c a b n e ts a n d fork for th e n e w h o u s e n W lls.. )ld s su rv v e d b y h s w fe, pfl» of Twn Falls. H e w a s p re- n death by he p arents, o ne co. and one sster. Ra Bmorlal servce wll be held Fa edal of Honor recp a bacl paym ent to Bake n of ther race. H e only one stll alve. K empth bll authorzes back paym e the survvors of two o t h m nrs : Sang Hwang SU M N ER, W ash. - S: H w ang, 2 6, o f S um ner, Wa ded W ednesd ay/m ay 7, l n e a r S w e e tz e r S u m m t f njures sustaned n an auto bleacddent Arrangem ents are pendng w ll b e a n n o u n c e d b y Pa; Mortuary n Burley. 1:GES M adelne JVlay H es of T F s, v e s d e servce, 4 p today. S u n set M em oral Pc Twn F<s, (W hte M ortuarj Twn Falls). R o b e r t C l a r k ; o f B u r le y ; a.m. S a tu rd a y, B u rle y L D S W S ta k e C e n te r, P a r k e A F re n d s m a y c a ll fro m 6 to 8 p to d a y, P a y n e M o r tu a y, Bur] a n d f r o m 9 to 9 :4 5 a.m. S aturday a t th e church. Norm a J a n e W tt D enney Burley, gravesde servce, 1 p S a tu rd a y, M o u n ta n V C em etery, S E N ew E d t Pocatello. R e le a se d. sen o f B u rle y ; R o la n d S c o flel Y a t «o f M a lta ; a n d J a y Trzc Brtbs 3m to Shane and Ann O sterl oa Arteaga, all of Rupert. HDOKA MEMORAL > H (»PTA L are om tted a t p adents reque Adm tted of Rupert; and M are Barel R e le o sed l a d O r K a t h r y n - B e l- a n d A u perq and Eduardo Congugnu W»lon278 at 2 p.m. M onday. May R e n o d s-f u n e ra lc h ap e l-ln l The famly s u g g e s ts m e m o b e g v e n lo th e F r e n d s H o sp c e. C o n trb u to n s m ay g v e n to fu n e ra l c h a p e l sta l m a le d to R e y n o ld s Fun C hapel. P.O. Box 1142, Twn F D J e r o m e Leota P. Hull JEROME - L eota P. Hull.» J e ro m e, d e d T h u r s d a y. M a 1997, a t th e W ood Rver C o r escent Cener n Shoshone. S he w as born Nov M c C u n e. K a n., th o d a u g h te C h a r le s a n d B la n c h B rr Russell. L eota m oved to Kuna, her famly a n d sh e grad u a ted the Kuna Hgh School. After gra. ton. she atten d e d th e Albon N o School. L eo ta.m a rre d C la u d Hull on O ct n Je n and they fam w d north of to w. - S h e w a s a.r h e m b e f of C o rn e rsto n e B a p tst C h u rc h w a s a c tv e n A m e rc a L e A u x la ry.a rd c o m m u n U y c clubs. L eota a ls o w a s a reglstrc electons for m any y ears. S h e s s u n d by th ree da te r s. W ln la h B *. M obte; Jerom e. L an e tah an se n of C{ and Uvah Carlson of CorSlle; < 10 g ra n d c h ld re n ; a n d 21 gr grandchldren; S h e w a s prece m d e a th by h e r p a re h te. her ba n d n 1 9. a n d three brothe - T h e funeral wll b e held a l l S a tu r d a y. M ay , a t Hove<Robertson f;uneral C hap. Jerom e wlh P a sto r J a m e s Woo offcatng. Bural wll follow al Je ro m e C e m e te ry. N o vlew r p la n n e d H er fam ly s u g g e s ts mem< c d n trb u tlo n a to: K C R ChrlE R a d o F ler A ve.,e..1 Falls, D Flerthom e s aentsto By May Loo Pott L -TlBw H ew COTOP F L E R - F l e *,, - m em bers cam e W e d n e y fo r r t s ln H th e - tr Hollster Flers<±oosfor c o Wendy and Br H o llste r p re se cem s to th e boa: Wednesday. mss. y o r.so. ond-prader - h a la a n d S chool s n c e > yng M cg re g o rs w a Board sad F ler Elem e g e ttng la rg e r. Twn board pn b m to retu rn student P ark ; C o u rtn e y sa school needs stv e lg b le fo r sfa money. The McGrego: } D t te a c h n g m eth ( a fte r«h o o la c tv T he McGregor to a tte n d th e n _ -e m eetng w th sev sfed H ollster J V AW ents have hred 0 toj notherbusn. Rams( nforrr eld o f. KnlgMRddarNnn acy o f B O U L D E R, «sc h e d u le d fo r B o u ld e r Cam e rhout rew ard n th e J< hom d d e m ay s fo r n fo n n a to dressed a p dldren aro u n d Fam ly m k e s._ Z ra m e r.d d.n c C a m e ra p h o h e. a d v e rts e m e n t e la o f J o n B e n e t R am F o u n d a to n a $ 1 0 0,0 0 0 rew a telephone numb lu stn d a tf o r r a n d to n anb o th e non-proft or to h d p p o ln sol A n y o n e w re g a rd n g a w e a p p ro a c h n g y aro u n d C hrsto c a m -a d ra fto ftl B o u ld e r Pol Koby and othe th ey h ave no k 7, at new nformadon vtwn NormaUyT» thsf own nfora lorals and tse a Crme ds of num ber,** sa d ay b e p u b lc reladon taff or Boulder County C rm e S to p p m ust approve tb llcadon, accord tract w th d e fo of T h u rsd ay a f 8 8, of hadn t seen th e 1 lay 8, J don t kno\«onval- w th th e ad, but anythng about ] K)8. n some m an ter of.chrstmas, a so rngle. nvestgaton sa B. <0 but th Jde R: theyldu ed JonB erome J,.he. w s q s t u c : :pnumam.v S Carey.* te n n ex p lm s a f, Ore.; - year, annbunce< great- u s e he pla ceded rh u s -" a t the n m orlal.. tws " H a l b u t, " w t h B a > - S erv ed vrt J 8 a le d & E v r S s t e r M H e n S progn ler School Board cand O ttwhor fln» noatn....teachl >r th er decson to also 1 oentary students to w ch. 1 or t h e c o year. a n d l Bran M cgregor of sente d th e r con- o a rd a tts m e e tn g <*fdf stude so n -N ath an, a sec- " G h as attended FU er _ e l9 9 3 :a n a th e. South w ant h m to s ta y 8? b oldc ber Susan Courtney S> m entay classes a re to t o :r, whle HoUster board nr. OTw-wh nt but-w a late prevously d e d d e d J ents to surroundng -Const se overcrowdng n p o sa l m o rt sad th e H o llste r f je m students to rem an $4,00 s fa te a n d fe d e ra l repla theol g ors sad they d d s te r s p ro g ram s, th o d s and la c k o f th e d tvdes. States gots sad they plan prope 5 n e x t FU er b o a rd o ndw several other dssat- T Tparents. The par- mlea d a n attorney. c e n ts schoc sey foundat naton on s wswvfca F an entv«, C olo. A n a d h or ths Sunday s ths a m e ra o ffern g a peopl : JonBenet Ramsey conun ndude an appeal to.be on about a well- sad. approachng young th e R 10 Chrstmastme. th er c ceswoman Rachelle J o b n o t re tu rn D a ly found ae" calls "about th e t h e b n t b o u g h t b y th e hom e am sey C h ld re n s hours a n d o ffe rn g a,coven vard. The ad lsts ng$l mbers for the foun- H e jrcrnlb-stoppem ;------B n organzaton set up Sund: solve crmes. JonBe wth nform aton As < well-dressed m ale had r { young chldren calls 1 stm asd m e, p le a se sad. > f t h e a d r e " T o lc e C h ef T om would :her offcals sad major >knowledge of de sad. on request Off - p e o p le d o n r p u t phraa snnaton n (an ad) noted, m e Stoppers phone nfbro ld Stacy Com ay, and o ons consultant for of Jon tty Crme Stoppers. T: procedure th a t w e Crme an d p p e rs a u th o rte s shoul m e ad before pub- Cor rdng to th er con- Crm< 1 foundaton, b ut as d o n t aftern o o n C o m ay. M all le proposed ad. klled low whattl happen mtal but havra t heard m ent Jt polce lobkng for down k to kds around T h e c. source dose to d e some taan, some the be S u p lk e S a n ta * 1 me of year and talk to n o t that doesn t mean -,have n B en et crme adenc poltcan res.w ash. (AP) T he m e t >tate U uve«ty stu- gradt esdent vdp becam e o s e d ty co u n d l g t f j l a t th e en d o f t h e teed reslgnadon lans to take a nm - t staffed ay Shrmp «rth 8 o u p Or.. ; v H rd lnnerr od 8 J BgdreSG rlemetar > H school P r n d p a l Jo t n d rfck so n r e p o r te d o n th< >gress of nterdewng possble n d d a te s fo r. c o a c h n g anc c h postons. H endrckso p l a u d e d s w d e n t h c dl. a«& e H onor S o d e ty.q ut d Cey Club, an d an Eagle [h e board suggested awardnf tfcates of apprecaton to du dents. Graduaton wu b e h d d a t < n. M ay 30 a t th e C o llege ol u th em daho gymnasum. H u aduatng c lass v o te d t( d com m encem ent a t CSL» Sue P arent asked th e boon sponsor th e C ancer W alk. Du ard sponsors a team every yea t-wu-dddde-on-the-«quee(-a: Bter» J th F s h e r o f J B a r S n stru cto n p re s e n te d a p ro s a l to r e p a r th e b rb k an< r t a r a t th e H o llste e m e n ta ry S c h o o l f o r u p t<,000, a n d to sp en d $1,800 t< p lace.th e o v erh eard d o o r a! old vo-ag shop, rh e b oard voted to accept de ck and m ortar b d b u t tablet door proposal u ntl W esten tes Bus Co. d ed d es to re n t the 3 p e r9 a nd m ak e renovaton: b u l d n f r T he board voted to noease leage rem bursem ent from 2: n ts to 28 c e n ts p e r m le fo [lo o l-related tr a v e l. t als< ton seeks stranger" arnoy M ends offered a dffe tvew. hope everythng s OK wth s ad, because th e re a re other ople o ut th ere w ho m ay have : t t e d d s crm e w ho need b e looked at,** a fam ly.frend d. T here ju s t sn t a n y way R am seys could h ave klled d r daughter.** ro h n R a m sey a n d a fre n d m d th e 6 > yead strangled n b w m e n t p f th e R am seys m e on D ec. 26. A b o u t e u t urs.earler, ts y R am sey ds- rered a ransom n o te demand- e $118,000 andcalled polce, [ u n s f o u t r a n d a y C a m e ra se e k n g nbeneps kller or kolers. \s o f Tuesday. C rm e Stoppers d recev ed a b o u t 400 pnone ls regardng th e case, CoroBj (L T h e r e w e re a c o u p le th at ld b e followed u p on, b u t the r w ere n o t hd p fu L she Dffcals also h ave altered the rasng o f Sunday s ad, Comas ted. H e Aprl 27 a d asked fo rm aton leadng to th e arres d convcton o f th e m urdere Pnnty. *The n o rm a l la n g u a g e fo m e S toppm s a l w arrest d ndctment, so th at s lat»ld say.** C w nay s d. C om ay also em phaszed that m e Stoppers b u n o connec n to flers on th e D ow ntow bu th a t d a m J o h n R am sej le d hs daughter. T he posten ta te d th e A pl 27 advertse snt a n d b e g a n a p p e a rn g t \TOtown B oulder o n T uesday le org an zato n h a s recevec me td ep h o n e calls relatng u B bogusfu e e w ant to encourage peopk pnf /utl th q ve som ethng to contrbute tc m e nvestgatons,** ComBy sad sgns cty poston e r jo b tn d a h o, th e n a tte n sduate n Vermont. effldsrttaas y student oe r a s e d th e m e a l alo h e $2150perd ay. l)e M c Q u re Engnee nd m tted a proposal for 1 o n th e m ddle sd o d h ra tj u b o f p o ld e s to req u re (le orders and to b an stud canyng p a devces ng h e b ( h d d seco e o n a proposed polcy ( drver s M ucaton d t 7 w ould b e d b b le base< o f. frst, then date of brth. Te H e board-accept* to naton W Mara Meju,; t o r s k lle d n w ork rd m grant students. t alsc le a one-year contract 1 sar K rueger for the hgh s C a r o l B eeson.- a n d - B ennett w ere h red a S for d e fourth-grade daj ro-. A.p ro p o sal by_ c n d R c h a rd S chw etz ;e r approved to nstall con to vnuks and do pavng a to school, costng u p to $l a t p ro je c t w ll J>e p w d j y e a rs b u d t. e H e board approv led p a s t seno r d a s s p e r u n th e m ddle school to the Je school, w h ere they w; ms played. J e ff Woody w as a se - lease about seven acre 22 land next to th e hgh sd for. H e next board mefet so a t 7 p n. June 16. ST- FRDAV.Wy9".1» e d FRDAY, HAY S *.1» e d M M TERSA U O N S S to S -M S ed MMTEB8 AUCnOW SS SATURDAfrlWTB", Qg SuksFUvtrCunp&Surptu t a m a l l g s o c ja7gnm».ttylo",l *>. w a? 5» h e aaturday.mayp*-- s... tor MUStCX ft UKsTw - f f l f f - T M o r n8w y.w v s"- Bc- MUSCK ft 80W.H vn WEONEBOAY4KAYU e y BevRlefwson-Kmef srs BuhUEvenlMl ua$r K??ran% n w w trow cu»t sy. tdaysau Ral Estts-Rocks ft U H ouuhold-m na pe. SAtlfflOAY.MAYr, ley AnUquM-eswrus-W JNUMCn?%ER 1. HousM»lll-Sh(-& end, m sa s AUCTON w. BLLESTEsftAft ~ T sx(m k)n& D w o Cou ssutpu q S - SAUUMY.llAYtl". OlyotJw m t-ytmely- S U» S r c f! o - H :-h gq-f r - llo w a n c e to neerng.mbstudents from ces. J, cychongerbn Students asedong cle epted-btcsg-- - annstzufr o r k n g.w th also approved c t to V c k e ;h sdool,- and nd-jl oya an - d a s teachers dasses. y c o n tra.q to r e tz e r w as concrete slde- g a t th e hgh. to $5,148. The d f r o m n e x t roved m o \ cttures from. th e n e w h g h y wll be ds. as allowed to h school lefetng wll be. m RsalEstat M9S7 t H ousehold: 5 -AS,:; no K S - : 0",1»97 V ehanlctoob.!» 4 S C E. HPT997.rjto-O ack.,: to chtes-.. ( P. l l n : Housshod : WBARN S O Uquldtlon of S "": f ue stats 17", 1»97 Collectbles <-> a, J&. M «a - ; ; - ploflrtsflonj. S S

11 H... }-...! TF Ffday, M«9,1!,1997 ThM»N«w>,TMnFato,ldhc daho B-3 j e s n s - -B yfreeofyh ahn Tlme»Hew«wrtt«RUPERT - O ne w eek k a fter a n Xda County )u have to know w hat th e cr Jury convcted hm of ad ldng and abettng sec-. you arc adng and abettng, Fame,oad>degree m urder, Jes Jesus Daz has fled a ldoko County P ro secutor Rck Bollar.(noton for a retral, court < - A n rt docum ents say. d r c w F a m e s, s a d She e jury s rejecton of premed tadond By Karen E. Nateznek we re v nyng to m p w e test s< scores ;. D a z!s la w y e r A ndrev w.p a rn e s fled th e d e ffense e n atto rn ey lean Doz dd n o t ad and d obet t n th e Tlmo How rtwttw w and kds readng ablty. m oton Thursday m ornn Tlng based on several g. " P a v lo c k o d d e d th e ds tr c t rlg ro u n d srp arh esn tehnd8~t6afftufrthathe d j ~ b y ~ «ra o c p n n rth V p ro sw ddonsad-v o 1 rtttleft Bt s just too narrow.e readng g o f h e d e f RUPERT,.. u rt should ether acqut lut Daz o r grant hm a. w hen Daz kcked n th e doo lloor to M organ s...uutont n of second-degree m urder,"."bouarsod..arts and re; readng currculum pro- nto next year s budget o r som e new tral homo th e nght of the kllng. J. Seco :ond-degree m u rd e r requ lures n te n t, qu old cost the Mndoka * knd of federal grant to func fund the,.,ja hearng on the mod lodon s scheduled for The prosecuton sad durng 1Daz s tral that b u t no lot th e evdence o f p lann nng or fore- county Sc S chool D s trc t a b o u t $374,000 p ro p o sal. T h e b o a rd Ju n e 9. he aded n the prem edm ton jn ( of the kllng of though }ht needed to prove frst-d -degree mur-.$100,000) more than t spent ts fplans to dscuss tle budget next. M o st o f th e re a so ns s d e a l w th p r e tr a l M Morgan. der, sa> od Myron Schreck, p r 9 fess jssor of crm- school yea ear, f th e school board week. :m otons r e je c te d b y Ffth Dstrct Judg6 1B ut F a m e s sad T hursd ay y th a tth e ju ry s nal low w and procedure a t th e Ut U nversty of approves s the chonges. n other school dstrct ct! bus- Wllam H a rt But two arg< argum ents queston the decson to convct Daz o f seco econd-degree mur- daho. >. Meanwh whle, th e M ndoka ds* t -. jverdct a n d.the court s 8 dl edson to allow th e de d e r w as m ore than-nconss sstenttlwth th e Hhet leoretcally, t s defntely not unusual to trct wll 1not nc sgn on to o lawsut T he board voted n ot )t jo jt n 0 jury to return a second-de degree m urder v erdct facts fa«they w ere v e n, and w th daho s legal have adng and abettng n a second-degree challengn gng the way the state 1law sut w th o ther daho 0 school - Daz w as charged wth adng ond obettng defnton of second-degrec mu m urder.. m urder ler, he sad. Theoretcally ly most m ur- spends mon noney on schools. td strc ts pro testn g how V p u b lc rst-degree m urder n the A prl 10,1996 s b y B ascally, h e e th e r knew lew, o r he dd n t ders ar< are second-degree, ond theon»retcally you The dstr str«s proposed currcu- educaton fundng. ; 4ng o f B lak e M organ 1 J r o f R u p e r t -Kody know, Pom es sad. canalw ways have an ader and abett «ttor." lum would ld couple language orts The dstrcts that have c joned Butcher, who also has fle{ d for a new tral, was H e sad the juy rejected the prosecutons w th rcad adng, A ssstant Super- < the lowsut hove dfferent :nt { goals >WTTrHnr-n-Pt>hntnry rh thnf nrt pr<»tnp>ttr< t<v< thff rllng, <n Hoa BtNc\us.xaSfjurter. C f s e o y J J Hnhn mn hr ntcndcnt t 1 Bob Paylock sad. The tth a n th e M n d o k a dls st tr c t, Daz was connected to the d m e scene m anly f D az k c k e d n th e d olor o r when he and rcachcdcd n Buffcyot H strct up p d ates th e currculum SupcrtnrenenrN lckh alctr C tm ld, each year. r. ond t s n ot proper for one me state Rondy / Fagg, charm an of the t agency to sue another. H gh S c h o o l E nglshm ent, n tro d u c e d th e ta c c e p t b d s fo r th e P c rs h n g try junor hgh lgh and hgh school cur- Elem em ory School demoltt )lton. A he b o ard oso decdc ed to Hbt>rod d buffs wth love for road cnse courn -LOS ANGELES (AP) P ) W ll t sn c rcedble d drvng across grow n d ra m a tc a lly sn c e th e Fla., w h ere one drv rver shpped rculw pn proposal durng a board ( group of local contractors s rc recom* -Handzel loves th6 pan lanoram tc the county n nan open car, es:» m agazne started t n 1995, org hs car to Los Angeles for the trp. m eetng W< W ednesday. m ended razng the buldng tng over vews hegets when drv rvng hs cally on 0 an c e d o y, so d nzen lers sad. The m ajorty.of po )a r-.. Jm So.vas, the mag lagazne s pub- A comm m ttee o f dstrct teach- t renovaton, b ut the board 1 has not F o rd M o d el A. rc o a d s te r Handzel, fprmt mer feature edtor of tdpa 3ponts drve h ot rods they bul ult lsh er, sad th e tour jur orgnally ers wrote te th e p ro p o sa l, ttle d t readed ts dedson. t h r o u g U tah s v ast fonre st and H ot R od mag lagazn e, th e to u r s n th e r own garages, b u t othe her staned out os o way to drum up Langunguogc of Lterature. The board voted to renstate xonchunds. organzer. vehdh e s are welcome. su p p o rt fo r a ca ear show n The prop ropokls man objectves tth e su m m e r m g ra n t pro{ ro g m m -H e s not so fond o f the stngng You reals lze how b e a u tfu l t s t ; got the atm osphere of the Cleveland. So m any yreodersw n erc ndudc vocabulory and language, \ after T tle and M grant Dr. rector sensaton of wnd and 1 ran jt* everythng s.. The second day of 50s. )s. n ] fact, w hat t remnds m e n trgued by th e dea, that the readmg strateges, author under- P ete Espnoza told th e boar< oard the ; lg hs body n the topl opless car, the tour twtes you through Utah of s s A m ercan G rofft whe: len event grew n m agnn ltude and was standng and a m ultlevel test. d s tr c t h a s m et th e stj t a t e s - -but h e says he never regrets the where you hav love some truly spec* every erybody knew everybody, an m d extended to th e Detro trot areo. The tea teachers have ownershp [ req u rem en ts n regard to : numcross-country cruses that ths leave tacular scenerj ery. the ey o l h e lp e d, sa d M ss ssy We m ake t all thte e way through of t and d f feel re a l com fortable > ber of students enrolled. hm wndblown and drty. - T he 10-cty odyssey starts at Fletc etch er, spokesw om an for th e nsurmounmble odds, s," sad Savas,.. wt t, Po Pavlock sad. t s really O n F rd a y m ornng, H andzel Los A n g e le e s s P e te r s e n A u to - Hot: lot Rod Power Tour. who plans to drve a ! Hghboy gougbackt ckto the b ases n language S taff w rter Karen E. Nalc Jalcznek. and hordes of other h ot )t r«rod buffs m otve Muse seum and ends just t seem s to be the fa;nly-or or- ro a d ste r th s y ear. One guy s arts, readm dng and wrtng bccause < can be nxtdcd n Burey at fure expected to (ake to the road outsde Det ) etrot at M ount ented ted people, she sad. W e get g«engne blew up. H e flc flew an engne ~ a 2, m le, 10-d( t-day to u r Clemens, Mch th. Between 200 and somem e teen-agers o ut th e re wt rth n three d tc s down n the tl road and >M m nscent of a 19S0: SOs cross- 250 vehcles e s o re e x p e c te d to some m e 56 Chcvys and dce hanj mg- caught up wth us. T m e s - N e v \ / s C l a s s lfeds f sn C ountry fam ly vacaton :on. Ther make the ent ntre trp, wth about ng from f th e re arv ew m rro or, Savas sad th e tou our gves peot jov e for th e road and the e r veh- 5,000 hot rods, expected to partd- too. 0. pe an o p p o rtu n ty :y to show off :<cxes could ta k e th e m t h ro u g h pate for parts t s oc f t Flc le tc h e r sa d th e to u r has th d r cars on th e road >ad and nghtly > 100-degree-plus h e a t, :, r ra n an d The tour otn attracts all sorts of car attrac tracted people from as far awa «!y at the cruse nght" dnners and flwy REES R-US!; even some late snow. b u ffs a n d travt r elers and has as At Australa and Daytona Bead ch, shows. SH R U B TRMMNG G Utah compan my gets SHAPNG V - R E M O V N G - P R U N N G Job Corps cor ntract, ] N S U R E D TOTAL LANDSCAPN,P N G ;W asps_ 1)az f lesh G3 t e n You have to bow atthecrmes that you are adng an nd abatng: terarrved-arm organ rh o uluscrdaz-was s n o t aw w arc th e k lln g w a s go on g to ta k e rss" wd M a g c : V a l l e y A V e1 ss T aszm nd nebltm-e d l h g h er ] loka-schoc )ol eomes- prce tag ContlnuftdfromBl ng ther deve svelopment Cnossen Fles can reducc mlk produc luc- OGDEN, U ta h (A P ) T h tr - 1 the nsectcde would kll olso -e nt«rt nhbts ; fly breedng by har* don )n 2 to 5-percent dependng o on D epartm ent of Labor >or has award- co p f :<pwstc wasps. row gcorral rals, w hch dres o ut fly f densty, d< Gpodng vcternor ar- ed a S13.4 m llo n contract to CAL ANYTME RCK HOLAHAN C Spray klls th e preda edator and manure. anm Monte ( Easterday sad. M anagement and Tra rranng Corp.! 5 % pj PHONE: (208) prey, Cnossen sad. Th The key to Cnossen say»ys fly control sn t a Easterday attrbutes the loss 5 t to to operate a Jo b Corj orps center n roblue: ( S391 OFF tbtmwneollrlevj - (Qy) m anagem ent s balar dance. huge problem, n, b ut t s m p o rt t a MW cowhavng to twtch ts m usdc des Norm Carolna, r- A c h e v n g t h a t bfc a la n c e - topayattento don to detals... a nd d tal-to t shoo fles, plus th e - The O gden-based d ( corporaton ncludes sprayng ault u flcs n Y ou n eed ed to be out on the effec fects of blood- a n d eye-flu ud runs 23 Jo b Corps ccr ccmers naton- fp -n r jc :* th er roostng areas, sue! such as th e dary to knov low where the prob- loss from f: fles that feed op thos ose wde. U nder th e new aw conttbct, t X t l K E N O ) T H N G. outsde wall o fa house,!, a and usng lems are and d then fx them, he fluds lds. The latter actvty also can. w ll m a n a g e th e K: ttre ll J o b J Y O U V E E V ] E K S E E N! > :p o so n o u s fly b a t nc e a r c a lf. sad. spreo reod dseases. Corps Center n Kttre >;hutches; - Fles, whch reproduce faster Few Fe er fles makes t easer o: ne o fa kn d temsjror. Wl around the W orld :e d a 2_w e than.the.waspk sps. can blow n from peop :o p le w o rk n g o t th e d a rj You m ust see to Be eleve! V ; m anure, m anan g th e > cow waste outsde the da ddy. A change trom Cnof lossensadr :-s essental to fly contro trol Areos cool to wrorm w e a th e r co n RRe educed fles a t a dary als Clocks, Fountans, Desks & llulche hes,. A, cleaned r e g u la rly ol o f th e r ncrease fly reproducton, requr* benel m efts ts neghbors, sod Bo Dlnlns Room Sets, Hand Carved nd ndlan AWt# - " flwhv : m anure do n ot become fly fl; breed* ng ddtonal lalwasps. S:o toltz, e n to m o lo g st a t th A all sorts of Unque Heme Decor ;ng g ro u n d, C nosser s e n sa d. t s n o t a cheap program." Unv< nversty of daho Research an K e y s t o n e R b alty l t G r o u p C o m p o stn g th e m anu m u re p ro-. Cnossen sad. d, but s well worth Exte ttenson C enter n Twn Falls. G r e a t B3 u y s. { T hhc e :: duces heat whch klls s fles f] dur- the mlk produ jducdon dfference. Tl h e few er fles th e re are, Burley Tradng Poj o s t e." G r e a t : S ee tr v c e Stolt: ;oltz sad, th e few er th a t wll r ; N r O verland Ave. Bt Burtcv dsperse. Crossroac d s Cn C nossen purch ases parost wasps from Kunofn, a commc: ;:;(J6ntJm)e<lfn>mBl..._ m m edate plons_to_extend p the aal al nsectary L and consultng se nvolve th e form aton n o: of a pub* lnes. T he Cn> s sro a d s RanchHas vce n ; Quemado, Texas, (1*80( Bfff* S. / the a ll N ew M C ofhlast f VNbdows fom QyS y sta L t lc p a rk a rea ov compre prehensve formed ts own ov s.ewer dstrct, 832*1 J2-1113)....Great Home! lelgreat p re s e rv a to n o f h stor orcal and whch gve thee owners th e pow er >Areal Great: t Prce! Mor are Energy Effcent [ recreato n al ste s s.uch as the to charge forany sew er servce tmcswcuw eortvspondmt Ste tevc Mor are Durable than Vnyl lyl 3 Bedroom*, 1 3/4 balh llh up wth 2 car s Oregon T ral.or th e SnaV nake R ver that does go )n,h e sa d.. / o<lcr can be nachcd n Wcnde dell gsragr. 2 bedrooms, famly (ar room and stro ronger CvJ.ll fl! J : C o n rm, Prescott sa s a d. Offdals. aat- d Thursday T Department t of ol Lands offces and hl home prced at S99,95{ t th e area BLM an d o: t S36-2S4S 53 n the ctwnnff. storage n lower level. After A drvng by [Vtl>v Farmont ndutley c : Several offcals sad th e y k new n o th n g ab about any Twn Falls ; C ty M an ag er Tom. P aa"- M MPROVl 3 c o u s e progress on the nterchan hange. Courtney sad ld they hod no powl* j Je ro m e M ayor Geralc rad Ostler edge of mper pendng development HERBES vsad he knows of no 0 p la n s to n e a r th e n te t rc h a n g e, as d d / m n m t extend the, d ty w ater and sewer Brown. : servce to th e Crossroads proper* ty any tm e soon. TmeSNews rujs staf wrter Mark H hambur s S43 Oakloy Avo. Bu Burloy For Hm Jerom e Cty Admnstr stntor Jon Henz can ber «readed n Jerome at p * n There 2 acre* ncludng ng fmced paslure. Dave e hpersonctble A: k n d A c c o r h m o d a t n g, ;-;Ccdl also he-hasn t heare o rd o fa n y rdng arena, new work. shop the and storage We have kn c knom-n Dave for ycat unj en o>-ed hl» ht fdcnllp. We buldngs. tutcd llm hm to be our Real Eatc atent am.nd he w<> a»..c profchlonal unsl. We would rtconmend hm to Ul all of our o.hcr f - For Her. frend*, frs = - bbq.qq0 --- S An all brck, bar lle roof, wf, 3 bedrooms, 1 k Glorn Hnrrlson. l / 2balh homewth (nshec! hedbakmentand constndonal rnlsts who refused to double garage. Located 2 mles t southeast anythng from th e P-crrys err o r to p n y le d c ra lm taxes.! v(rr W m, _ J of Burley, Sec John on hs sone,jp/33 c H g e l shelp them. T he Rexbu burg home of R ober : The nternal Revenue lu e Servce <ud va Chapc pple was sold n J u n e. p ;: tred to sell the couple s r t p n p m y o r 9 9 S fo r$ $12,975. The couple j -m Vlocally Aprl 16, b ut the e re w ere h m b e e n ba a ttln g th e a c to n DovUMoU AoUcr Oftl*CRS CfJS M y R E A L freruls are my lyclfcnu and cwtomcrs".;:no b d d e rs. T h e only ly p e o p le «nce. : attendng besdes feders [eral agents M ason sad ld th ere wos a court.v w ere th e P e rry s a n d a b o u t 25 h e a rn g - last s w e e k o n th e j lconsttu tlo n alsts w ho j clam ed C:happles op; appeal and a decson. jww n Prce Reduc ucton! rrh.9 9 P fl. th e g o v e rn m e n t h ad d n o re a l sh o u d be am nnounced n -a couple **" ] ". Hegshl Uvlng (eature* sspacloudnng s] M W > u & L b <» e r t v 1 U sco N V E N E N T ana lvng area accented ; autfaorty to collect certm rtun taxes. of months. f tb e couple lo s the V cclllnes T he Hgt g h t com bnaton forpe» a «c «o t n u n d. DRVE-UP WNDOW! ndfrepact. Beautful m - M ason w as th e revenu snue offcer. -- decson, that a t.w ll end ther-bat*. ll master bedroom Fcncc o:c of mnd comes from knowng ng vour vnlunbles are jjhondlng a n e a rle r tas tax sale o f te to save 5 tl th e r p ro p erty, he, ~ 7 1 O O n l0 d a R u p e r t sute wth walk-n closet let whrlpool balh sccurc wh when youre o n vaoclon. at wo vok o r pny. and separate shower.. Ths Tl has all the. Add breath-jnkng benuty to gre.t prces p n n d you nave.p ro p erty owned by"easte stem ld aho s a d." ~ = : ; r 4 3 &» amentes plus a full flnl fnshed basement the Lbert S*- and doublcr car garag rage. Call Cndy Cnl nm #1 n AmerM... P nq u l s S p o r t S h o p (208)*e78-1S73. OJUe «kl y Ave. Buray, JmTtjllF m Ce«rt, Me#( Vdby Mal Prced to o 2Sell H 3 bedroom, 1 bath, newer vercarpet n lvng K E V v n N C N S T A L L A T G O N n s E l e c t r o, and dlnlns areas stuate lated on wo lot.» a*1 for Jule Mlls llls.m/01 S, S a l e s S e r v c e! 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12 B4 nm»mm.t«rtnfall», an*, daho FrkUr,Ma)r9,1997. m a g c V a Ctyc ALLEY ofjero By Dxe Thomas Reale stepped n andhas been ra: asng. the pool commttee te c s proceedng other n-ldnd nlver sad. F rst, Donat natons are tax-deductble and, th e restrooms and shower rooms. donadons. to r to determ ne th e cotd atdton of TlnB»New» correpondent.. P o q)t l ( cleanng set Sfmds, flndng volunteer worl orkers n stages, Vandv VolunHt ccl n n M at the Jeromo and gatherng m ateral donac adons get th e pool and kt kdde pool open Vandwe h«r added, We also want to M a rtn plans to m e e!c t w th th e. JE R O M E - Jerom m e ch ld ren - (% poolatr BtnoohSatumvtohelp;:.for pool repar ever snce. tmd operadonal do some )me soft-of com m em oratve Jerom e R edbaton Dlstr strct a t ts wll be able to sm m n th e cty deanthepo pm tttttooftawa. T h e c o m m tte e h a s raa s e d T em p o rary ram amps for hand* reont jton for all the folks who canted to savng the pod. ng pool operaton. H e w llc o o M ay 20 board m eetng lg o concern* pool th s sum m er fo for th e frst roady thunf m for summer. The pool s o v e r SO,000 n p le d g e s : a n d capped accesablt llty wll be con- trbted tm e n two years, f r work wc goes as :,lnthec«y rpertof.northbuchanbn donatons g! so for," V{mdver r sad. s structed. There wll be repars to. M lyor ayo G erald. O stler sad dnate concrete work and donat* sdedulcd. Street Eventually we w ant to hav< kve an th e d e c k, th e show ers,and S OO was budgeted n prevous; ed m aterals : A Jero m ectrrp olool-cleanlng o o l S S U SnanaT«flnRnrSBW ff- t -* «nclos d-pool-for-y6ar-ro o u n d -restroom s and-ths- M nrtn s ad th e v plot plnn fn rn. well-attended the Pool.n ncm ofjem nk o?pj p e ra to n. J e ro m e n e e ds s a n W e h e e d to get th e p ledges, "Tlat t money m s stll n m dget about-$5,000 n re p alr wv ork to a nd succcssfu, and d an o th e r s Vandh«r. 638 Yellowstone Otw,, ndoor pool for use n ch6 wr rnter, th at are stll o ut th. there p o d so w e.o n d sav s avalable, he sad, tb e decks. The show er -rbom roc sond. sc h e d u le d th s w eek 5ekend, C ty. Jefwne.,833. so sopeople don t have to drv e to «fcan w o rk o n so m e o f th e s e Jeff M artn volunteered to act restroom s a re also to ) ge: e t about Admnstrator Jon Ced re a l sad. L. T w n fo r a swm. T h ere wc would repars," Vandver /er sad. But w e as las aso n b e tw e e n v o lu n teers $5,000 n repars. T here w ll be.... The Jerom e pool. ata t Cty Park al» also b e ncome from th e poc «ol n a re n ot gong to : sto p w th th e. and th e cty to g e t th e Jerom e. about $4,000 n plum bng gre p a closed two years ago because t Dsabltes es A c t w a s p ro h b d v e. th«e w nter so t would b e R m ore openng of th e poo»ol W e w ant a n C ty Sw Sv m m ng P ool re p a re d : was not handcapped-! ed-accessble, A Save rc th e P ool C o m n u n ec," cost-effdent." ndoor pool and wll l contnue th e and full tll of w ater for ths summer, nmcs-neos corrvsponda ndent Dxe and th e cost of repars lrs to m ake t chared frs :rst by Dane Davs and A buldng to house the nc ndoor fund-rasng. W e swll tak e m ater- M art r tn a n d C ecl w ll m e e t Thom as Realc can be reached n comply wth the Amcr Tercans wth now. by J e a n n e V a n d v e r, P pool «wlucost at least S90,00( KK),-so- al-donoron3,-as-w -well as-tm eror-----wlh tht the state-plumbng-nspec- ycrom oat Th>-TlmW»w< W l l n cc p tu x jf c r a m e tl b a : tn a d y n Ayala.. T erry E ugene b a ra e s, N. prvleges and canyng a ct concealed le ry ; p lead dce d g u lty, p re se n te n c e A?, 18 J Fenmn Luna-Oonzt )nzalez andtoanaa S50"W.7 m v e sd g a to n o rd ered, se n ten c n g St., H eybum ; operatng a motor >r veh- Anaya-Manncz. G o o d n g C o u n ty d e whle under the nfluence of alco- Dvorces fled: GOODNG-Rwcnt t aavty ac n Sth Mchael 1 Lynn-GL bson. 43,1 1 5 S bo h a l c h a n g e o f-p le a c o n tn uued e to A my C. G onterm rm an vs. J e r r y R. C D strc t C o u rt n Good.odng County doho St.»17.»; W endell; operatng a Mo Monday. Gonterman. ncluded: motor vchcl ld e w hle under the nflu- > K ev n Jo h n S c h e e r, 20., 2810 Tomera U Bnzew tewsk vs. Jam es A Thank T /: you dear Lord! Drunken-drvnK flngs: - cnce of alcol cohol; pleaded gulty, pre- Ru Ruddel Road, Lacy, Wash.; adng ng and > Bruzewsld. Frankln t>. Davs, 63.5( lh Ave. sentence nvestgaton nv ordered, sen- abettng forgery; change of plea con- D ale Kellngto {ton ys. L n d a > (V., Goodng; bond posc osted, arragn- te n d n g jun c 3.. tnued to Monday.. fungton. : mcntm ayjg..... Felonycn lentendng: S teven T odd T hom pson, 26. : S h a n n a J. Schee l e e r v s. K e v l n.j.-. ; U-sl D. U nch Colby Lane, Alan. Scott :o H u n te r, 33, G oodng; Ad A d am s S t., T w n F a lls ; b u rg glary; l Scheer. Bose; exccssvc; bond posted, arragn- possesson. of a controlled substance, dchange fa of plea contnued to Mond. ment May 19. m arjuana; ; S52,000 fne, court costs, Dear Mandy, L u p e O rtz H e rn a n d e z. 59, utags: three years d< e term n a te, one y e ar Second St., Hazelton; sexual a b u o t L n c o ln C o u n ty - : H o lf lr d P N c U o n,! 55, 317 Sxth n d e te rmn at te, su sp e n d e d, th re e a m mnor; jury tral May 21.. SHOSHONE - ReR ecent actvty n j - Ave. W., Goodns: change ge of pca May.years superv rvscd probaton wth sta n - s Stephen D. Baley. 48,4600 E Dstrct C oun : n n Lncoln County \ Congratulatons! CC 19. dard terms ;s and condtons. 90 days n N., M: unaugh; operatng a m otor >rvehjfalco- A rc h e J a c k Da : M nnn Joseph Phllps Hps, 32, 92 W. county jal. Dstrct 1 Judge R. Barry ded e whlo under the nfluence of jnrm lgm nent: YYoull c make a great n ur trse! ; 400 N.. Jerom e; also drv Jrvng w thout Wood, ho; jury tral Frdoy. Ja n s, 39, 1192 B j WWe are very proud of y< / o u. n B B B O n. prvleges; hearng vacated ated. Felony pro! robadon voladomc R a lp h R o y C o m p h er, Fdalgo Boy Road.. A naconos. W ash.;,. Tleodore L. Madsen, 1, 44,810 Locke Blly J. HHu ughes, 19,1225 M ontana Kmbery Kn Road *4, Twn Falls; drvng operadngo motor vehdo vel: whle under. Love, M om & rda ad ; Ave., Goodng; found gulty at court. St., Goodng ng; orgnal charge bur- wt) w thout prvleges; p retra l Ma (ay 19, the nfluence of alcoh whol; contnued. A nge.a MKarfy an rol. sentencng Mny 19. glary; voat< aton admtted, probaton juy ju tral May 21. John & Slephan f?an/e. Drunken-drvng tcntcm tencngs rev o k ed, ( days reta n e d ju rs- Felony f sentencng: Rose M are Clevel sveland N. A l rel E spnoza Garc a n, 39, 840 d c to n. Ds strc t J u d g e R. B a rry M}, atthew Scott Shelton. 26, th o l.w-. Shoshone; n e ; r e s s tn g o n d w m jefem y & Crahdp \hdpa ; M o n ta n a S.. G oodng; e x ce ssv e Wood. Ave. E.,Jerom e; operatng a m otor obstructng an offcer leer; pleaded gulty, m E h m ended to sccond oftc )ffense; S2,000 M hcw w AJ lan Barney, 28, yeh v ehlde w hle under the nfluent nee of sentencngm ay.21.. : fne w th $ 1,200 suspen pended, c o u rt Hghway 20,1 :0, Bellevue; orgnal c h a e oc( alcohol: $2,000 fne, coun costs, fve Lor Je an Rhodeh lehouse. 33, 216 E.. c o sts. SlOO p u b lc defe lefender fe e s,, drvng wthe thout prvleges; volaton. years determ nate, suspended, d. four A, Shoshone; drvn.rng w thout prv- ; 365 days county jal wth 355 sus. admtted., p ro b a to n c o n tn u e d. years supervsed probaton w th l stan- leges, resstng and md o b stru c tn g j r 1 p e n d ed. 3G5 days lcen cense suspen- Dstnajudgt dger. Barry Wood. Jdard a r term s and condtons, 30 J days c offcer, m aldous njuy to property, son, two m onths superv: lervsed proba- Marrage e Ucense U affldavts county jal. 60 days county jal a t the and battery, pleaded led nnocent, prctnton, 24 m onths unsupe upervsed pro- John Fran rankln Baker and Carma (jjj, dscreton of probaton offcer, :r. 365 alm ay28. boton w th standard terms terr and con- JeanWUkms. ns. Ja d a- y s lc e n s e su sp e n so n. Ds trc t Davd Anthony Shanahan. 535 d to n s. M a g stra te Judge Ju Kevn JcrmyTr Tm Crag ond Sand! Rae jjudge u j R. Bany W o F o u n h Ave. E.. Tw wn Falls; reckless. Cassdy. He da. F d o n y ptobadon volatons: drvng; pleaded nnocent, n p re tra l J a m e s M choc Stev v e n so n, 21. H e rsh e1 l Dt cc k ard a n d B lle K. V alere C. Burgess also know awn as May 28. : - Route One, Box 17, Corral rral; S500 fne. Monson. Val alere Dyer also know n a s Val /a lere Y v ette R a fn ee! D ans, 38, r court costs, two days com county jal, 180 «lccnse ccrthcate: S u t h e r la n d. 41. P.O. B ox : 32 : 5, 39th Ave. S., Auburn, tm, Wash.; resstng ~ da y s lc e n s e su sp e nson, t attend, Salvador F H azelton; o rd n a l charge opera ra tn g a n d o b s tru c tn g ( a n o f fc e r a n d : Alcoholcs Anonymous meetngs mt four Angelca Lop a m o to r v e h c le w h le u n d e r th e assault/banery on a law 1 enforcem ent tm es.p e r w eek. Magst nfluence of alcohol, th rd offe rfense; offcer, pleaded gull julty, case contnn. a g e unknow n, : Kevn C d y. J e n > n» C0 o u n ty vo la to n d e n ed, e v d en to ry y M ay ued. : vlsdemcalorfulngk [E - Recent actvty n St K erry C hapm on, Danel NLSabala ». 8 2 G t o D S? t C ourt! n Je ro m e C ounty - Blly Jo e GUy. 33, S09 Saun< m dars U.S. H ghwa; w ay 3 0.B u h l;-d r j. St., Goodng; m nor cons cmsumng alco- ncluded: HazUttH; orgna! c h a forgery Ty; vo- vng w thout prvlcf lcges; case contn- ho; arragnment May 19. n-drvlng flngs: laton ktt adm tted, dsposdon May y 19. ued. R oben R. Hall, 52. lou fo se N.. S S km Hen S Taylor, 35, Sl E. 300 S., JM arage Ucense affdavt: K erry C hfpm an, n, a g e u n k n o w n. J Love.youforeaer, Buhl; nottentve drvngng and dnvng Jerom e; bon }ond posted, arragnm ent D avd Lesle M alono and Mcl fclanc U.S. Hghway vay 30, Buhl; mall- w thout prvleges; arralg ralgnment Mny Monday. Joyce ckes. dous njury to prope perty and drvng a Mom & Dad : 19. P a trc k ; W alte r OR.orkc, 52, 229 MJ onoge Ucense ccrtlflentet: m otor vehcle wtho thout ow ner s eon-!w E.. Jerom e; pleaded nno- Vctor > Hereda Gonzalez and Luz sent; case contnued. (d Roben-Anhur-TumerrS a l-jo n c 6. St., Goodng; battery: dsm tonssed. D ru n k e n B la n e H. P k e. 61.,1815 B Karcher Nathan J. J. Mlls, 25, 726 E. 400 S.. Rd., Nampa; battery and d resstng r and Jerom e; als( lso ch arg ed w th drvng : obstnctnsanolflcer: tral scheduled. wthout prvleges and no nsurance; klcdcm canork nendn w. S7S0 fne wt d $350 suspended, coun Rochelle A. Vne. 31,1 U, Blss M anor costs. 180 days county ja l wth «10, Blss; sellng beer to mnors; n $300 suspended. 1,180 1 days lcense suspnfne w th SlOO suspended, «d, court cost son. one yete a r supervsed probaton m 90 days count> jal wth M : susfwnd- w th standan lo rd term s and condtons, ed one m onth supervsed probaton,. Other charge rges dsmssed. M agstrate - sx m onths unsupervsec jsed probaton Judge Thomam as Borrcsen. H wth standard terms and condtons., - Rck L... L em m ons, 43, 151 E. H M trate JudgeKevnCn C ady. H agennan n A ve., H agerm an; felony H K amended td to fnt offense; $1,000 fne Jam es Farren Fuqua, a. 19, 1 25S F St. w th SSOO su : E. *22, W endell; eludng 0 poucc off- days county w orw th SO sctded, : cer and msdemeanor ml mnor consum- 180 days lc l. e n s e suspenson, tw o - ng alcohol; pleaded nnoc jjocent, pretral years superv: ervsed probaton wth stan- H : J3yl5,juytralJulyl dard terms s and ar conddons. Mostrate : Jo se P ed a d S o lo 10, ro,: 3 6 ;2 1 S 7 E. JudgeThomm as a Borrcsen. 1300S..G oodng:drvngv wthout prv- Felony flr lung: leg es; p le a d e d gulty, ty. re se n te n c e Rchonl Lews Straub, 43,3639 S.E. n v e stg a to n o rd e red. d, se n te n c n g Brooklyn St., P ortland, Ore.; grand ṃ June 3. le defender apponted, pre- ; Dale J. U n g fo rd. 29, >9, 51 1 Hghway S h e earng v s c h e d u le SO, Goodng: vehcular mt anslaughtcn F donjt tea ple ad e d n n o c en t, pretrl etrlol Ju ly S, Manuel A. Ramrez, 48, S03 W. Ave. : ju ry tta lju ly 2 9. C. Jerom e: : drvng wthout prvleges; Felony henrngk change of pe plea May 19. r S h a n o R o b e rt Jaa ck m a n, a g e Jo n K. Me oudy, 56, 81 S. 350 W., tmlmown, Goodng Count) nty Jal; grand Jerom e; oggt ggravated assault; pleaded. HRDAY theft by unouthorzed d control; c ds- gulty, pres< se n te n c e n v e ste a to n mssed. Steven Dean Short. Zf 24, 485 F rst M aro Ben lento CMco-Rodrguez, 20, : Ave. E. WcndcU; burgkrj {kry and grand 921 S. Davs rs KD68, Jerome; burglary; theft; t y p l e o entered,! ed, presentence ju ry tral May 4ay21. n v o sllg ato n o r d e r ed, d,: se n ten c n g M aro Ben lento Chco-Rodrguez, 20. AND ; June S. Davs vs #DG8, Je ro m e; gran d Larry Howard Schned neder, 4S,.170.theft and ag sg g rav o ted a ssault; ju ry " j M nt «, a >me scte S th nnual -F ort HE RECO) R D SA f 1 * nr ru R D A FOR AULLMbTHl lers* r r r Saturc d a y U [ M ay 7th l O a m untl 4pm C arln,! N evada C :ty P ark ENTE ERTANN!ENT s c h e d u l uled throughout tl the day! V ; t o l o p o d n U n g. > q u U l s m actd mn e o p c d n t l h g s t cans ce ra m c s 1f o l k a r t. j s g a r d e n sd l e g m < u r n o v e l t e s r* for m ore nfombt naton call Beth Brown* (702) (GR(EkT S A t E l P Rt tb E S, T o p r X v ;, O SS S 3 N V E N 1 E N T : Wllso(n-Bate L L J l o J C< A T O. N S RMmM>APnANcn pene lew et CAwn n eob covsm tme. <) a y t a y., S-4144 J *WHEnPPlJESMW] * exphess ssoeuw By.- -? «s STORE n fh u w h q. OO o A r S t» m M c a m s

13 . FrkUy.M*y T1M»N m,t w lnf tfldho ho H ; p o c S T g m y (S P ) : eople who provde 2 chld d care w elfd refefo!torm ans"to lo ta lly for c e to Advocat cates for needy famles want earn about w hat a zoo 0 keeper or redefne how low welfare s dstrl cac :ach w elfare fam ly, regardle rdlcss. SANDPONT The state has agreed to runbonner ler Countys trou- to know 9W who wll care for chldren, parkng lot attendant : make, she uted to daho: boons. of f sze. : bled sdool system, a s abtb te leslator sad. d a lly pre-schoolers, w hen sad. B eda sad many people e who t goes nto effect July 1 when W\ o rk, n o t e d u c a to n, w: S ta te R ep; J o h n C; am pbell, R >Sandpont, t, ask e d s ta te, m re r reform becomes re ty. provde day care are poor them- th6 Ad to Famles wth Depen- bee lecome a prorty. College ;ewu w. Superntendent A nne Fos Fox to send a team to help stra traghten out th e x h abt t > was o n e.o f th e bg con- selves, a v e r a g S12,00( 000-$13,000 dentc hldnm ren program s replaced no lot b e a n ap p ro v e d actv ty dstrct s woes. - cem svo : voced W ednesday n t a t a year., b y T em pjrary o A ssstance for An Uambarr sad. The request was gnnt anted W e d n e s a a pnvs vate meetng m a forum n. H e le n..b e ta, who p. W th w elfare reform m dctatng Famles n ldaho. d Respondng F to a queston < PostFalls wth Pebc, Bonner County s c h o o S u htehdm p c M ax... drects ts daho S tate Unverstys th a t young m o th ers must fnd The new / program p em phaszes ho\ low a w elfare famly wll be e able t H arrdl a n d «d l board < CharwDmdn R ebecarh nrd devdopm entprogram,sad~ 1----work,-mor<rdaycare-p j-p jo v d crs----- short*termn -a sssta n c e -a n d -th e -----w- o-aff«rd-to-uve-and-pay-ront-< )nt-on The state team, to b«e sent a as soon-os possble, wll work wth ds- there s s a need for m ore and bet- wll be needed, but they ley must be need for we elfare re c p e n ts to $2! 1279 a m o n th, W e p p n e r sa tz a offcals to set next <t year s budget The d stra : foces a $544,000 tertran oned provders, able <0 nurture chldren and pu t. become sdf>s f-suffdent. aff ffordable housng wll be ano anothout, d efd t S he e S sad d ay c a re pro v d ers th em on th e path to productve T h e re s a work re q u re m e n t :r erm ajor concern arsng m ust be pad b e tte r-u n tl th at lves, she sad. fo r able-bod lo d ed n d v d u a ls, a wcl welfare reform. Flood repar wor ork can proceed happens ens, th e qualty of day care N ck A ram b arr, He; health and lfetme lmt on cash assstance t s a m atter of whch crss n loaho ho wll smfer. W elfare s reonol dret rector, sad of two years and a cap of $276 go ong to percolate frst, sle sad. CT.MAJUES U nder Jer an agreem rat e n e e r e d d t by dahos senators, emergency flood d repars a t S t M ares c an pn proceed wthout A possble volatons of the e Endangered Spedes A ct - Dam age from floods ts u n 1996 and ths year requ qures repars to * r Force S secretary " p lan s vst to Uta] h ar b ase levees, dkesand o th er sr structures a t S t M ares, but the work has been stalled for m onths h s 1by the requrem ent th at fe< LT LAKE CTY (AP) Ar sad they told Pentagon on offcals moves n the t rght drecton. DC urng th e presdental cam* ca c S ecretary Shela W dnall. on W ednesday to cther e r < close two But don t t see sc tlat happenng. pa lagn, Clnton proposed tum m ng Senators L arty C g g and D kk K em pthom e sad a n e * amend- 6 greed to vst HU Ar Force! m lta ry d epots o r th :hey e w ould B enncnsad. ovc ver those operatons to prva rvae m p n t tn th<» <tpptom>r»t >r»mt nppmprnrnm hll nllft llftw t g n e n e y to * ep entagon consders a1 block the proposetj roun und of new B en n ett r contends cc Presdent con ontractors to save jobs. But t that lusu clobuu u d (r «uld-no-reduee-excess-capa apac flood repar before cont onsultaton about the Endanj A c t The am endm ent would vro allow for preventve o r n. Bob B ennett, R-Utah, sad 1 m ent of a new comman lander over Bose Closure and R ealgnm ent ty* y a t re m a n n g b a se s, th u s to restore levees or dk< dkes when ther falure thre «e a,e n s U v e s o r nal m a d e th e concesson 1 th e A r Force depot systt rstem. Commsson n o order n 1995 to dose pul luttng H ll Ar Force Base nc near heand other GOP senators : told her mght change f Kelly Ar Force Base, Texas, and Og )gden and others a t rsk for sr d do- property. ered on ultmatun. Bennettc see some moves by thle e Ar t Fgrce McClellan Ar Force Base, Calf. sur ure. Rsng waters s spur nsurance req quests u r M o n D e s e r v e s T h e V e ry B e s t.. 1 PlBBlP SBHlffl m [ [ l l w l l p r llj F O R A L L Y YOUR ( CUSTOl )M K T C H E N r ] PL A N N N G O R Br M o d e u nyg N E E D S, SE] E E U S..mmmm r OLCO. W. -YOWeOKtlrTT----- rr JlllNfM ATERlAlSCENTB B B M ll T W N F A l s ;ROME V1SWHW1UDAVE.B.. BlBW.M AMtT. GOOD DNG BlRlkV lu M AlANST. r N.Q V E RU N O A. n V E W 1 r < S 6 8 r» P y x-dahoan DAHO FALLS Be efore thp w ater started-r: rsng n daho -1 /.A. r acams ths sph n nsutnce agendes. n easter tem daho were dealng wth a deluge! of f another knd requests s.fof r flood nsur- O T T ; ance. rested n A com bnaton of near-record ne snow levels, me about possble floodng g ( and news of flood d s a sers t n the P a c «Northwest and M dwest s t have caused a run on nsun urance, doublng X exas w sege! and trplug sales of thle e poldes. ; "W eve all had to knc a nd of become flood experts n the last few SPOKANE (A P) A form er months, sad Amy Smt mth, an agent for th e daho 10 Falls offce o n o rthh er rn d a h o m an s am ong McDonald nsurance.!. H er company has sold abo< bout 20 dsaster those! arrested r n the Republc of poldes, whch n d u dle e flood coverage, n th e last two months Texas s standoff stj last weekend, three tm es the usual nu number. R obb e rt T h o re a u O tto, who Statewde, the Federal eral Emergency M hnagem ent. Agency, whch prefers :rs to be called W hte Eagle, oversees one common a knd of flood nsurance, has las seen a 22-ptf- w as am rrested S aturday after he cent ncrease n flood nsurance n: poldes n f e c t snce th e begn- su rrend sndered w th group leader nng of 1997, up to Rchard M claren and two others, rng th e sege a t Fort Davs, s, O ttosom etm es acted os Plant rads net 128 undocumented d alens lepublc of Texas spok<sman. SHELLEY Federal ra and smte agents arrested d 28 llegal work- Untl tl recently, he lved n the ers n mornng rads on n two r pomto packng plants,. Trapperp C reek area northeast of T he ro u n d u p b egan n about 9 a.m. W ednesday la y a t K ngston. Sondpou pont daho, The Spokesman- Produce s warehouse,, w here.17 workers w ere arres rested for havng Revew,cw n ew sp aper o f Spokane forged documents and d w< ere taken away for deporta (taton hearngs. reportec rted today. The rad a t GPOD, a nearby packng plant, nettec ted an addtonal Otto, to, 45, w orked as a handy- : 11 workers, sad Randol] dolph Robnson, assstant dre rector of nvest- m an n th e. a re a, w hch h as a graton and Naturalzaton Servce offce n l a r t nu um ber o f ant-government Helena, M ont actvsts. t was not d e a r when he h e rads marced the e latest n stepped-up effon forts to round up le ft do daho an d how h e becam e undocumented workers, srs. T he agency has a rrested more than 3W nvolvec [ved n th e Republc of Texas people n southern doh taho and Montana snce last t October, C ahnost - moveme sm ent 0 «o has an daho dr- as many a n th e preced cedng 12 months, Robnson sad; *... v e r slc : lcense; ssued n September 1995, > re ro c o rd showed. s jaled n M arfa, Texas, on f Bose ccmpany ly bds low for Juven mle center 00,000 b o n d a n d ch arg ed :. NAMPA A Bose constructon com pany,, H asegaw a a n d w th em engagng n crmnal actv- L A o d a te s n&, has been nam ed apparent low b< bdder o n a con- ty. Ottc )tto an d o th e r m em bers of tract to buld a $2.2 mll lllon state juvenle assessmen len t center. thegrou ptjup a re suspected of partc- P Bds w ere opened Wee Vednesday. patngn g n th e kdnappng of Joe The D epartm ent of >f Juvenle Correctons wll U use u the-24-bed and M a argaret Rowe. The Rowes center to observe younj mng crmnals and determ ne w hether they w ere released rc a fte r authortes need a treatm ent progra gram o r detenton. Cbnstructo non on th e buld- agreed ed to free a jaled Republc ng should start n about o u t two months and take abou w ut 10 months to of Texas» a s member.. complete. McLa J.an a and hs followers form The new center s to n b e located near the daho Smt te School and one facton of th e group w hch H o ta l and wll replac )laee a sm lar-fadl a t St Anthony. S tate beleves jves tn a t Texas, formerly an offcals w ant th e cente nter n Nampa, d o ser to th e p populaton cen- ndepen pendent republc, was Uegalters that produx most of o: dahos juvenle offenders ers. ly absor»orbcd by the Unted Smtes CWTl n the le 1840s. 1 T hey ore seekng ndependence for Texas. rretorrrnrw ha l 1 ma, Easy Color nteror SPf p m * m 1 Gallon A A v a la b le M la any color. M 258-5SS M Asphalt emalslapdr SEALE U M HENTC MEXCA! l u n t d o u m t o oc u r G r a n d O )] p e n n g : 8 D a Ol 799 CENFy D D r v e T w n F?ALLS ; (W arssmart krt SHOPnNC C enter) o locatons; S p rn g C reekek P la z a E lk o J u n c to n Shoppng Center B " 3 P lace ThTest r P ec e nutest u Value BRUSHS CAULK latex C F B M s a s Y nllng s or M askng ThtBont A s e a l l o n s l r b M f l l la. Q A fsap alall m a t a b o a A M F n o n m l y s L e f P rces effec ll UmMayQ, 10,11,1997 y u S y a &. m. 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16 B:6 T1mt»Nm.Tw1nFall Fall,ldtfw Frdn. Mty 9,1997 W e s t hsm c sb 7 3 nt tg e a c M n n g m u s t re S port to x c ch ;h em cal rele a s e s tders pre as Vegas LASJKE(5AS4 Helpffrt hfg[n H tr<1 nhnttlw ktt. St eommunty. f they can ca g et th e 1 by flashy showg wgrls, about.200 vce e b etw een th e tw o d te s n rals fxed, ttl b e a real comfort* gam ng leaders, state and local md*l d*199b. T h e se rv c e c o u ld d able rd e," sad Bob ) B BroadbenL o ffc a ls b o a rd e d a t r a n to b e c:om o c e p e rm a n e n t f t fa reas s w ho re tre d ths w eek Bek as C lark Prm m W ednes< e sd a y e v e n n g to wj. ell C ounty s a v ato n drecto r a n d sam ple th e ral technology-that W«e r e c o n v n c e d t w ll. has now been hred to roearead s may soon lnk Lo: Los Angeles to Las becom a a e popular," he sad aboard a m o noral ex ten son : ro m th e S H B H Vegas. th e tran. Las V egas Scrp to the e 1L as Vegas.The smooth rde to Prmm-was - M(allsry a l sa d A m tra k w ould d Hlton nn pffort-hy.atnft mfrnlf WfAt.tn wnn gwtt rr n wlft nno tmt that wll m f th e tracks betwa eer s U h f _ K t L _ gam ng lead ers to nvest n the seat,t 3: 320 people, b u t could add d d te s a re m proved,, th e shuttle p ro ject, w h ch h s e stm a te d to m ore re tran s la te r. Studes have re w o u ld b e m u ch fas a s te r, b u t cost $15 mllon 1 to tc establsh. show)wn r th a t th e r e m ay b e a M ou eysadm provements e really We h ave a vson v: for Talgo deman oand for S.OOO seats a day, he le aren t needed now. and th e cty of }f L: as V egas. W e sad. T he Calforna to :oursts u r can t beleve n Vegas, OS, and ths m arket A Lroundtrp tcket betw een the le g e t n a n d o u t of tovra w o n tb 6 s rg h t," G l Ml allery, Am trak two dt d te s would cost $90 to $100. ). weekends, so thnk c we w e ought to W est presdent e n t, s a d b e fo re Blut ut. A mtrok, w hch hes agreed d provde an altem odve v e se rn c e," j..y elln g th e resr e s o u n d n g. A ll tg.spe Jpend_$2.mlloh_pn.the,pr0r. or_ 8 B d _ D r,,l o n n e.h am m arg ren j B J Aboard to th e group. ject, c, s s hopng the m oney to d d N e v a d a s le u te n a n t g{ o v ern o r U Usng tho Spa pansh-bult Talgo the pr p ro je c t w ll com e from thle e who s also a neurosurge rgeon. tran, th e new servce would trav- prvate rate sector, n ot state o r lo aol d W ednesdays passeng engers, whle B gs8, cl from Los Ange! geles to Las Vegas govern emments. e n jo y n g w n e ancl n d snackff, n fve to fve ar an d a half hours. ** tl thnk t s the future, sad seem ed to agree th at t the tl shuttle HPT Thft Talgo tran features a pas- Thomt nt servce would b e an ass< a y e t to both M P avtblt e m for b etter comfort of tho 1 T" r H B H H B H and hg h er spec leeds. n keepn g w th Las V eg;as style, one car Rob< loberts sad th e rde from Los Angec geles to L as V egas would help p A nother m eans of a travel wll allow our communty y tc to develop r would resem ble e a nght d u b and n trw-oduce th e Ro s customers to and truly become ah 1 ntem n atonpassengers coul md learn how to thsga * gamblng dty. ol d ty, sad M ark Brov rown, s en o r cer o r baccaroc by We W e can s ta rt th e experence :e vce p resdent of corpc rp o rate and j van Amtrak locomotve ) preparos pr< to depart from downto< ntown U s Vega Wednesdaywhlle pullng a Talgo tlt tran load ded vdeo. before they arrve. g o v e rn m e n t re la too n s fo r T h e wth La» Vegas-aw bu$h u«)nm and gamng had»n ants n) elected offcal* who sampled )d Amtrak a vson for the cty. M alleo sfd Amcrak A hopes to. Jt w> ll b e a real asset to the le H om rd Hughes Corp. P-. ;, THESTORE% v d r - GREAT FALLS, Mor lont. (AP) maton Cen lenter. These enorm ous g.1 E nvronm entalsts are applaud- ples of toxc waste that have po- " -.. N S A L ] ng a new federal rgul >gu]adon that luted our rvers r and stream s now requres the m nng ndustry to wll have 5 to tc be dsclosed, rath er report the levels of ; to: toxc chem* than hdde den from publc scrutchord Lawson, presdent m j m A s s S l cals t releases nto the ah, water ny." and land. - - But RdB B ut th e m n n g m n d u s try of th e Nat :atoha M nng Assoc- F b b whch fought to stop <p t the r e a - aton, sad ld th e Clnton admns-. jd h ro>c.cd«w n lj«ln51.*aw abm ton says the new / rules n a re an traton "s panderng to peoples-, expensve, unnecessa ssary burden fear and playng pc poltcs w th the th at wll resu lt n hgl tgher prces envromncn jcnt. \ ALLPURDY PONDEROSA RUST-CEUM m9 fo r c o n su m ers of gold, o c o p p e r The Toxc xc Rtflease nventory s j PROFESSONAL and other metals. based on th the dea th at publc d s-. H U JteK. PRO msm f HARDHAT BRUSHES & t H G H -B U LD The ncw rule was : sgned s( Aprl closure of f toxc t releases wll put K NDUSTRAL DUT UTY y 22 by Carol Browner, r, adnmstra* pressure on ndustry to clean up. H W 30 A TER b oorneacryuc & R. oller COVERS ssatn LATEX #545. E SPRAyPANT to r o f th e Envr< bronmental Over the past p: 10 years, th e EPA S W POLYURET JTHANE Protecton Agency, aaccordng ca to a sad, ndustres th at report ther SPAR MAR RNEVARNSH 40% OFF report Thursday the W atng- releases have ha\ reduced th er ems-. tp n b u re a u o f th e G reat Falls sons by 43] }3 percent %» 2 " ooff Trbune. N a to n a l. M n n g, SAVE15%0N/ NALL t adds m etal mmng to the lst A ssocato n a rg u e s t h a t th e % OFF 1 OFF of ndustres th at must lust fle annu- C lnton aac d m n s tra to n over- * 1 0 L R U ST -O LEU M PRKO0UCTS O : ol co m m u n ty rntht»to»ktow" h t stepped ts tsauthorty by expand* r e p o r ts as p a r t o)f tte TolHc m g th e rep< eportng-requrement to-, t A N C H 9 A N D «[ O) U H S E Release nventory. nclude mnng. Only C ongress e5(q[ fso T A R N : F E N C E P A UNT» The nventory, creat eated n 1986, can do that, lat, Lawson sad. s a natonal database ase of chem* But EPA!*A sad the ru le change pvsrater 1 OC l d F a s h o n L o g O SAVE,22 5 % cals re le a sed n to th( e envron- takes effec feet Ju n e days w soo. f (tersv ment.. after Brown wner sgned t unless, REOOn WHTE A M T h e m nng ndus lustry s drty Congress s acts a to stop t. So far, lttle sccrec s no more, re, sad Jm the Trbune reported, th ere has,, $ g 4 8 MA alls19.95»e94 Jensen, executve dre< a o r of the been no move me m Congress to do., & 4 l O g a l SALE ag a 7 p g * 2 ; M ontana E nvrbnmnental er nfor* that. Redwood Latex Stan C e U n g P a n t rt U G H T H O # f, Utahjudj dge denes n moton $Q 72 a #4180 PA N T E R ; V l N T E ftloj R - g f e L A D)DERS E ; 7 5 ja CRY U G r l S n SALE J ( a l. W / g a. S c a u l k to dsmss ss sut agans st bshop t z t z z t y 8y*«tm SAVE A L L N 4 S T O C K P R E M r a. SALT LAKE CTY ry (AP) A Am endmtents protecton of free- K S W A L L C O j v e m n g s L - HUOl judge has dened a moton to dl»- dom of rell sllon. 55% m ss th e s u t brough lght aganst Thome ; ruled n W ednesday th at U tah Epscopal Blsho shop Carolyn the ssue le s wll have to- b e [U M Q U A L n Y R O L L E r o 50% 9FF R ] Q&ud* T a n n e r rs h w h en n she fred resolved aat t tral. Hanson s a m NOUDESnoreSUONALMUOE c h u rc h la w y e r Ste w a rt M. ap p e a rs to to b e b ased upon con- PO touncoveh* mn. Hanson. tract law, whch can be resolved H an so n clam s he had a 10* wthout nvolvng c h u rc h doc- 5 0 % 01 ERp SA y e a r e m p lo y m e nt t co n tract, trne, law V o: r polty, sad T horne NOE s g n e d b y p re v ous u B shop n a 10-page ge dedson.. George E. Bates, namj omng hm as Tljome B dd d dsm ss H anso n s g eneral counsel, chan la n c o r and w age clan am, h ow ever. H anso n executve offcer. had argued the contract provded M s. r s h s a t t o n rn e y A la n th a t a futu tu re bshop could fre S u llv a n a s k e d 3rd D s trc t hm, but would w< have to pay hm J u d g e W llam T hlorne o r to ds- 110 percen :en t of hs salo ry, p lus r o ] Pant & overng; Stores (nss H anson s law sut, argung cost-of-lvng benefts..based on th a t M s. rsh h as an n ab so lu te H o n sos n s n ta l s a la ry o f rght to select h e r ow; own chancel- $176,000 ) a y e a r p lu s b e n e fts, THERES A Pq!>qNDEROSAPANT&WALLCO "Ull BUMMBRHOURS fcton.-m.7rf 7rfK) tjn. - BdO p.m. Sat. BOO u n n.>4toppa. 4 or. a tto r n e y S{ u llv a n e s tm a te d Sullvan also orgue ;ued that Ms. Hanson would have to b e p ad leyllfflp rshs dedson was shelded sh from between S1.S Sl mllon and $2 mu. m 128COE. Fler-,D J u d c a l re v e w by sy th e F r s t lon. corah m csror E wbryow Twn Fajls, Ml msl. y L U U N G B O R Q g E -. / Plus Salas.. t. 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17 t Abby: Adad sgcnaoscy g p cs uprcdated u by hs feeloq :k»dng unly PagflC4 T h e T m es-n ewws s tv E l f- Frday, V. M ay e k 5 n e n s d e Books...,.03 C3 M oves...,.c7 Backbeat...,.C8. Scctfo :tfon C T Mla y C o untry m u s c : C h a r le p] D lnlets wll perf rform at 8 p.m. a n d 11 p.nn. at. t C a c tu s P e te s ffor c Mother s Day E Resort Casno, Jackpot. For tcket prces and reser >ervatons, call 1- eys )y. Steve Crump , Tlw lnw»wew»wrtbr M ove p rem le e re : The, n e w T W N F A L L S T h e. sx d o z e n Bruce Wlls flm, Luc B esso n s me n em b crs o f th e M o c V alley ( C horale e t th e r h a r dow n a b o u t th s tm e T h e F fth E lem m e n t, wll b e :vey y ear, and they do so for Mom s K M «shown at th e Lb.berty T h e a te r, sak a k e.. Haley, 9 p.m. A gala pre-ncton.. t s a c h a n c c to d o somm e s sclneduled from m 7 to 8:30 p.m. tho h a t w e d o n t o rd n a rly do at The Mnt. Tcket ets: $50 for per- Parson W ong, who d rccts the h e c horale n d t s a n n u a l M o th e r s D a ay P o p s so n for m an floo oor seatn g and co Zoncert, scheduled fpr Sunda; d ay after- )o o n n th e C o lle g e o f So< o u th e r n $75 for baloney S( se a ts, avalable ;daho F n e A rts C e n te r aud at C-M Copy & Prr rnt n Haley and f t s a ch ance to have some f. h e m usc." FrstArherranTltle tlenketchum: By tradton, th e frst.100 mo om s w ho sho >how u p Sunday wll get a fo> flow er and m e a rfu l. F e a tu re d performrm e rs / c a r a r e L e s C h a n te u s ees, s, M a rty S aturday. r Mead s oll.grl vocal group that h a t s h e a d!d fo r a to ur-of E uropean cat a th e d ra ls. C ountry, m u s c :. - C h a rle :hs s u m m e r, a n d a ne>v CS vocal D an e ls wll perf( rform a t 8 p.m. sro p v u p caued Eclpse. E clpse s a m xfd vocal ll gro u p ahd 11 p.m. a t C a c tu s P e te s Jerform s a cappela, W ong ex] explaned. - Resort Casno, >la( Jackpot. For tck- MV e em bers, a ll C S s tu d e n a r e. V fchael M llg a n, J e r r y J o et prces and reser ervatons, call 1- Steve H am m o n d, C orey Cha Legh R o b ens, Je a n e tte P eterson r and StC Stephane Mllgan.. M e t e r s o f L esjc h a n te u V egan a n d J e n n fe r. Sp p echt r, R eb ecca a n d -J a n e S tro ble e lra ls o n E ledm an, M eg h o n D e b e rt, : P o p u la r m u sc: T h e M a g c HnH a rtg e h, C h a n e l C h arb o n n e Lz reft, Jo h anna Bokma, R a Chara Glatz, Valley Chorale Pc o p s C o n cert s j, Je n n fe r K ro ll, L n d say Lars sc h e d u le d fo r 3 p.m. n th e ga D a n n e A s tn, S a r a h a nd d M a n d y Sarsness, Sarah Hertdrckson, College of S ouths ;hem daho Fne bo Sostock and Jenty Ffe. Arts Center audto ltorum. The frst T h e S n ak e R v er T ran sfer, e a local 3 a rb e rs h p q u a r te t, s a lso [so o n th e 100 rh o th e rs wll /ll re c e v e fre e mjll. flowers. Tc<ets, whch wl are $5 for T h e c h o c e tself plansa.w.wde-rang- ng to u r o f p o p u la r m us general adm sson or $3 for stu- Sreenw ch VUafee ( f a H a am m er, dents or senor ctl: ;tzens, are aval- M chael R ow ed th e B oat Ash Vshore") to Hoagy. C arm chael ( Srardust, jst," Lazy a b le n Jer.o mne e a t A rle n e s Elver. ) Flow ers or n Tw wn Falls a t th e Sue M ller s the accompqs: s t. College of Southe le m daho-bpoks to re, L a rso n A rts o r W elch, Musc. Tlcl<ets a-e l-e also avalable from chorale memlm bers. V ~ S u n N fo t e s f NfewCS vocs g group hghlgh ;hts choralejconcer m u Gan alt< tematv M m j H U w Fort of th e bafbershop quartet Snak ake Rver er, above, belu out a tune th a t s part of a m ed le y to be pefomed durng th e annu lual Mother s D ay P ops o p s Concert Sunday a t th e College of Southern d a h o. Fort Fo and hs colleagues wll perfo form a selecto n ot fat favortea. The chor s under the B Cdrecton of n.w one.jeft Mother! r!s pay. ; c o n l n ffc p n n o n hem tovalleyc hon orae M present ts - T annual M others Oay PopsConcet Sunday e t 3 p.m. n th e Colle lege of Southern dahp Fne Arts Center, audltorluf lum: Tckets: $5, or $ 3. for Btuderrts and senors, /m arallableat Welchs Musc, U w Alt WsandtheCS r Bookstore m Twn Fells andtrorr Arlene s. Flowers n Jerom e, frorh Bv a choralerrember, o ralth e d o o r.:, ; y* MW coun Ltry bal out N jashvlle e?.!<!!! <nlght-rlddarnw»s«fvtw seek) superstar status. But w th country soles down m 12 the m anstream od d s also gong a fter the olt-cc t-country,. p erccnt n 1996, label cxtn xccutves are wllng to stoma( moch audence w th Tcxa xans D elb ert M cc lnton and Jock Upconmng CoUt alt-counoy, Amercana m a ornotdepressfon. O r f alttle twang as a potentlf tal rem edy forther post.boom --ngram,-w hose dob b u t,.lv n!_ o r D yn. w oas s C co.-prpreally w ant to get cute, call E dlty a U -te m a tv e.- hangovers. duced by Steve Earle le.. May 23-24, May lay 26: The Twn T here s a n altem atlve<ount m ty m ovem ent bubblng W th the publc sournf ng oh th e hat acts that s e: t off The Jayhow ks we vere olt<ountry before alt-co t-country jp from th e underground, coursng ts w ay through th e country boom n the ; late 80s, many Nashvlle nsd* was cool, F alls H gh SSchool c D ram a rock dub record stores and even rado. CS thnk the ndustry s ss about to enter m esp edal daly But notonymorc. B. The Sound o f Les, the r nearly D e p a rtm e n t wll w p r e s e n t o M anstream county rado ren rem ans as conservatve as creatve perod. tw ang-free album from f bassst M arc Perlmnon, an keyever, th e b reakth ro u o fl eaa nnn Rmes glorously old* Every 10 to 12 years, the ndustry stops bother erng boord ploycr Karen.<.Grotberg, d rum m er Tm O Reagan O R E u rp d e s Med d e a, 8 p.m., u fashoned Blue" notwthstandu ndng. A nd m any alt<on- w th artst development t (and) ( soles fall off. Then peo- pc and sweet-voced gutorst, songw rter and fror frontman K m berly N urs rsere-s, w o y acts a re too strdently ndepf lependent and m ake musc pe start expermentng, B," soys Ken Levtan, presde dent Gary Lours, confrm! ms that. too rough around the edges s ev er to reach (or eve of Rsng Tde, themca-a -afflotcd upstart th at servo vces Please see COUNTRY. ly. Page 02 Addson Ave. E.. F For tcket nformaton,.cal420-b May : Th r h e frst an n u a l After hs new me ove gets ] panned G re e n b rb k e F es jstlv al featurng. poetry, d ra m a a n d W e ste rn ncankes, Wllss bashes fprnt meda dance, wll b e held h( a t v aro u s stes around k e tchum, t y begnnng N«w York Pally Newt on M ay 2 3 Wtl /th :a.n 8.-..pVm..: Fmh Boner M l v e f f l l e r e s n H a l le ; CANNES, France The 50th edton of the Conn W estem -them ed d poetry slam a t ;. F lm Festval began Wee Tednesday w hh a glorous su be Ham«theUbCKty Tbeater,..Hley Hal h o e s of exdted onlook( okers and some omnous wor - th e C h a p te r O n e B ookstore. A Northern -. m Bruce Wlls. 4 recepto-s Plann m ed from 6 p.m.. - The star of tho festval s s openng flm, the vastly expe ave Frrach-Amercan sdence-fcton d adventure. oh May 2 4.at Slv verado W estern, The Tl nt nfblffttecf wwong. Fff Hem ent, the softet letme Haley resdent wos osk< - W ear r? KetdhUh Jh,-:.f6lowe,d by; A at a press conference abdu xut th e negorve revew the fl f. re c e v n e trade poper jer Varety. p : three; new W esten; am pne-act plays. No oneup here pays attenton to revews, sad Wll Alls, 5 s ta g n g at.;7.:30 p.m. a f th e from a p a n d that ndude< ded drector Luc Besson ond,c td,co- na23d-cennrynew w*ork where th e traffc rms sn n l a j stars MElaJovovch and (oy Ga Oldman. Revews are most- through skyscraper conyons of nfnte depth. a n t a g T l p a tter e r nketchum.: A _...ly for people-wwtod, anc and m ost of tho wrtten word d has h Wlls and hs wfe, e, Dem Moore, vnjre the frst s stors tb W esterh d an c 6 s s scheduled at, gone the woy of the dnosa osaur. Now most people get news ne arrve n whot prom mses to be a record-settng g yc year for,,u.from the electronc meda. la. don t know too many, peop eople celebrty vs& Mch chadjackson checks n Fndaj day for o -the th eater a t 9: :1 5. For* tck et A nvolved n show busness s vv p u to n y s e ro s n terests one late-n g h t screen ng h s-4 0 m n u tc. m usc sc vdeo 3 nfqrrtatrph :,ca eall\?726 8,849,;: ; w ayoranothernwhatsw (wrtten about oxrworc.? Ghosts," Eltoh John [n s bamng th e streets, and Robert,:.- E V e n from th e pont of f,vew of a prnt Cro-Magno gnon,. De Nro, Sylvester Sn Stallone and Jphn tavolm are reexpectled wtho c : (At)yan;ct ckots,, a areavalable a t. - The Ffth Element" prc proved to be an entertanng lngly cd ths weekend. wtv rf Aq)pp <*flf an acton and European style, fsl,e!adavw es t S te r n : W e a r n set Wednesday lght, the festvjj offcally opened natjonouy tdevsed 1 ceremony c hosted by French ch octress t ;Kdtcfjjman<;lhe h e C h ap ter O n e ; v BuceW ntoandw ffadetnlm Moore get coq at tha Cannes Flm Fllf Jeanne Moreau, durr rng wjuch a spedal prze wos saworded > FMtWalW ednmdaylncannm n«t, France, n they arlve for the, to M chdangelo Ant ntonon, th e talan.drector, whose B ookstore n K e tc h u m a n d - t c n of w m k move Th< h e Ffth Dement Crttlct panned led * 19S7 festv aw ard d : for Blow-Up w s recently tly stolen : :.tb«fdck, pcorptlflg WlHlt to lash out at the prnt medtd. from hs R o a p o rtn tm e n t n

18 .02 T1mM4(«r«.TlFallt Fan*, l<laho Frtdr, M<y 9,1997 W e e k E mn D CountryV Knlght4UddwN«wS< Secvto > been burnng up U.S. musc charts Rockbeat n rplayf 7<w4»nn nrf>ff o statons = = MAM l-wbs Becam e of tfaar low «H>rpfler4n. p ContJnuodfromCl w o u ldsaylaw. A vrarl ns. n M ardv V H l devoted a. foct, e s d new endeavor ro rb a s b M W hen Lours, Perlm an and. Bary, 49, and seanen lent of ts Storyttllers seres J n«a comebadfc k.- tse * e o s MarKWson-fonned-th. ad.rohnghb,jz tentfnally, ther world"tout t tq_go_wlh_or_terrtor torv." savs n 1985, loud, fast post-] Ktptuk bands h a d b e e n or on W ashngton tentatv tvely kcks off Sept. 5 a t the. Bony. Other perole put lu tac n d b u n such os the Rcplaccmc ments, Husker Avenue n South h Beach earler n M am/ n Arena. out t s not called a com con ebadt.du and Soul A lum ml ruled the dub the month, shootn tng the vdeo for pesp spte, all the actvty, despte Blame t p a rta CO oven jverexpcsurc scene n tlcr Mnncaj th e r new ballod, ad, Could Not ugtm ArftPTr»»»nthraTfpr\vrf ** W aters (prntng to de top.town. Love You More. " n th e lo ta o lle r. t t hle e c charts throughout Europe N t F e v e n tb e la teb 7T0 t e S r f S. W e knew th a t f wc played noon, someone wms a stabbed n on Japan a t o ts release abroad j the Bee Gee sound 8000 oo aftenvatl a country musc, that wo would be real* adjacent alley, hal n n g producton month, nsj the Bee Gees havent. (oneatcrcfenredtothem lem as * thrb6 ly alternatve, rcren hembered the f o m om ent The m odel! :e m uch of a rp p le on th e g bland mce ), and the pop copborethe frzqr-horcd, bespecta a a d e d.lours ve r n an oran n gj e VW b ro k e A m eto rcan publcs consdousness. bnm t (rf the dsco badutsh..at M arch s South by : Southw est throjgk p c e!., onlookers < and.flegroup s carecr has suffered a "1 Blame t, too; on the fck Mclenessof Musc and Meda Con :onfcrcncc. dearly m arked barrcades ba to land smlar [ar fate: Though theyve been JJ rado j<rt«jjnmtttg Tll he Bcc Gees ddnt know anybody else cl who was on a drect p ath h t toward the Bee woknb dng contnuously for more dun, dd have one Top 10 sngle [n e n l9 8 9 dong t a t the tme. t was v Uke our Gees, who shot pm pu: ded glances at 30 years BUS, sdlng more than 100 ll* 1. ( One ), b ut they have /e n rem aned lttlesccret." one another as th they stood n th e records,,.<5g, Ue Bcc Gees haven t l a y g n o o r th e a arwaves. w. But by 1995 a n d th mddle of the dca eared snrcet. (The a lb u m, "T om orrow w j th e G reen drver found hs wa; way back o u t) - «Grass, the bond began ;an to feel con Later, once nght h ad fallen,, the " r V tran ed.b y -th er Groj ram. arsons- Bce G e u stood n a dank alleyway; ; v ht. and Everly Brothers- rsnfluenced leaky overfeod p] ppes drpped on M A J.sound. Plus, th e secrc was cam era crew am a nd h angers-on, : H H.Lke>m nded roots-r< ban d s neghbors peered 2d curously from [ j l -were comng out of the woodwork apartment wndows m s and the stench and conferrng upon. the tht Jayhawks of u rn e hung n th e a r lke a ; U S.a leadershp role n the h b 1 urgcotu ng _ Q shroud as the tro sang : the d a ssy r No U epreo n moveme -W- The range of acts um under tle alt* T hrough t all,, th e B ee G ees W J,count7 bg top s a rem aned unfazed ;ed. Mam Beach ; c r m j C t r l remnder of country s r s < dverse hs- may have changed ;ed mrheasurably :.tory and tradton of rebellon. sn ce th e B rothc [hers G bb frst ; 1 T h ere a re honky-to m oved h e re 21. y< years ago from >s t.such as Texan Dale B W atson England, but th ey y sound : and look - *\S BeauUrul Hagng Bas sk( ts j& jp o n ;d R )s >s co stu m ed cassc: boszcouy the some ne (some har loss -. _- Scvmt folors & Vf Vprclcs To O oase Frhn NashvUe-s BR549. Gen Senre-bendng n o tw th standntg): g ) easygong, ; sseveral Szesjof Clor rb d w jlsj snger-songwrters sue! uch as brood straghtforward, amable. ;,.ng Calfornan R char hard Buckner And theyye buso ser than ever. The : Ahtques, Collect 3les & U n q u e and Mssour s brutally lly honest rs f S B B K k - ; current m u e for 19! 1970s dsco s wn-!. CGft.Hems frcm ThelGr j r a p e v n e G d le ry D em ent. B luegrass s nnovators, r nng them new yo young fans. Ther.jt f CGft Certfcates-5o A/O ronjjcv ttcbyoc c C w < n clu d n g N ashvlle lle s A lson M new CD, SdU Wat aters," s due out ;.. Krauss and Del McCou!ouy, and Bad _ 1.. n ths county Tues esday. That same :. blshmetlllbjbejv «rk8 Lvers, out of that cap aptal of coun* wore amcng the nnovator* of f the *altenatly«ounty nwvem. day they ll b e nd nducted nto the ; Sa Saturdayjmrf tnaztg Mdrftts booh, ;, [Make your a Sta tar n metre vt st>r ty conodasm, Austn, 1 Texas. - ng artsts s beneftng from a new sue such as Dallas* Old ST S are posed Rock n R oll Hall a o f F am e n! Son V olt (w hose s sophomore s opennessn M use Q ty, thanks to a to.l to.brng a sound that s equal 1 parts p Cleveland- T heyr y re the jpuscal = release, Straghtaways, sys, came out last w eek) and Wlco th e two combnador on of forward thnkng and bottom-lne-nduced panc punk-rock pu and Johnny C ash h to a nev new generaton. guests on Saturdt rday Nght Lve and the subject of f an O p spe* ; ; j( f N lu R S!lS :n :. outfts that splntered J from & the hal- resde n Texas sto storytellers Robert Earl Keen and j Jm T m e D a le G lm o r e There are a lot of great young mmqrnn< u: «nf thf»r»» whft lf<» a n r nt dp, both to ar n n early May. They collected a Lecenc ; e roots-rock wsg. TK The sam e for have found d ther way to the major of < dfferent knds of musc, says 1 World M usc Awa wards n Monaco - fdabo so ldcsr Nursery.... Wr4> leu cs h e a tt : 2862 Awoon Avlk, T* ljw nrpjtnj 73 2 f l fcuow-m dwcstencrs. as.the Bottle labels-after er years pursung th e r - Gb Glmore, the 51-year-old roots: smys- two weeks ago, whc hd they added to Mo onday Satubday \ - Rockets and Phladelph pha s RoUng own paths. Countrypunk C veterans 1 dc who fronted legendary alt-c :-coun* the Lfetme Ache> uevement Awards ; 8 a m * 6 fm &, ( H ayseeds. A nd songs rgsmth Km.Rchcy heads up a group of proms* Jason & the he Scorchers are as rproarng as s ever, < and youngsters try band th e F latlan d ers n th e 70j 70s. they recemly gamtered e at both the. B rtsh and Am.mercan Musc. : Sunday 11 am - 5 m *< 0 9 Nanc Grffth 1 fghts the la\ w w thg sto COORDNAT t O R Professonal needed ed for port-, tme coordnator poston for.. Just. St A r r v e d...! the Mogc Volley Arts \rls C ouncl. 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19 - J a y J k «n. «J W n _ UxBtMmowSw Book revew By OeoTge A nastasa KnUht-tWctef Notts Swvca. Bwk revew ~ t. A Dew book by Thom as P W hen h e w as a dd n th e overhs decson to testfy for the Chon s alw ays a n e v e n t 1 p a th w f hs ttxys. a y T h e re a r e c a m e o w h elm n g ly ta la n Am A m ercan M U B l gove em m ent. novels ap p ear n frequently { a p p e a ranees n by Ben Frankln, Bensonhurst secton of Brooklyn, jo tt, he argues, had dstorted y e a rs elapsed b etw een th e p. - G e o rg:e e W ash n g to n, Thom as S alvatore G ravano was S \ w arned the! values of Cosa Nostra, puttng tng lc a to n, o f G ra v ty s Rt a r Je ffe rso son, n scores of b a d puns,- by hs fa th e r about a gro u p o f - j P -. -SW nself before th e organzaton, on. bow," n 1973, M d V ndarc s n a tc hee s o f p o e try a n d song, men who used to hang ; or on a cor- tryng more about hs publc jlc n 199D), t h e r a u th o r nov lo v e r A n d, to m o ck t h a t A g e o f ner n ear one of the neghb b orhood. J than n about the crm nal charges a p p e a rs a t a ll: no ntervew ew s, W R easo n a an a d our own, th e re are bars, m en who always seemed to. that< t could and would put hm no pctures. M su pernal n a t u r a l p h e n o m e n a, have m oney and never sec seemed to jrson for the rest of hs lfe, n clu d ng g { talkng dog, a psy* work. n.a convoluted ex p lan ato tonn * P y n c h o n s g la m o ro u s 1< c h c Ch hl n ese m an, a m a g c a l They re b ad people, Gravano th at t p r o f l e fo r c e s h s b o o k s anchors th e fnal chapter, ks to d u ck and m d a valley full o f g an t sad hs Sdlan-bom fath ather told avano sad th at he d edded d o to s p e a k f o r..th e m s e lv e s ; a veg etable bles. hm. b u t th ey re our bn b ad pco- H d l l j R B coop ;speak th ey do, a t great leng s p e ra te b e c a u s e G o tt was pe. *often b r lla n tly, n o t olw a B V A t som e p o n t, th o u g h, you angll ;Lng to m ake hm the f t guy. - T hat w as th e m entalty ty where H l Buy. com prehensbly, settn g gem W B M h a v e to d ra w th e ln e. A n d Some nehow, he beleved, he would )uld ;S X ] Gravano grew up, a mnds d-set th at p o to n s o f l t e r a t u r e m a jo r s M X P y n c h o n does, p a n s ta k n g ly p o rtra y e d as a m ad dog rccognzed th e exlstcnc,-aflam e w th th e r labyrnth d ep c tn g th e labors of M ason ler whle Gott was depleted rted even to som e degree the e need, plots a n d nspred language. s tu ffe d w th g rar a n d com plca* a n d D xon as th e y s la s h for those m en on the com mer. A nd * S R 5 S 5 5 f K S 5? s a b eng n qnd.d ec e n t M afa to n s, lo n g v ews s a n d b g pc- th r o u ggh h f o r e s ts, tr e s p a s s. boss. 5s. T he fact th a t th e govern- em- _ W hch brngs u s to "M ason ndrectly t s one of Gravano s n ndudng Sc t u r e s, a n d n o sr m a ll d o se o f th ro u gh h farmf land, a n d e n d u re ; th e gruesom e mur- n t c a se n -elu d ed h o u rs s of x o n (H e n ry H o lt, $27.51 justfcatons for the care< rcer p ath der of hs own 7.50), bew lderm ent? a ll m anne nner o f foul w e a th e r and pvn brother-m-law - jgcre retly tap ed conversatons s n y n c h o n * s ffth n o v el. f y he chose. 7-AUf 1*11 tn t hft - durng hs dm lmb to the number whc ttrh florr rnntpr nnrf rnv/h vfd.crnge o t th e prospect of re Whrt-jPyn-chvtt gtt~gves \ n U n d e rb o s s ~ ((ttarper tw H o -sp o rro ± ) g n early 800 pages about fu t a sd e from m ag gnng the pro. of calculatng; w th th e ro rmw d u fb o ss, n Ke abou )ut all m anner of m ob m urder :der Collns, $25), P eter Maas as crsply Gambno crme f a scctor telescope and famuy. and mayhem r vould seem lo play aw o surveyors com m ssoned ed n fe s s o n a l a lla nc e e o f h? tw o / f w rtten a n d hghly em;ertam en ng n som e crc a rs, th e b o u n d a ry th a t rrc le s th a t m okes aga lnst that scenaro, but that?t1? s 1768 b y th e R oyal S ocety jn p ro ta g o n s ts ; C h a rle s M ason " stoty of Gnvano s rse to th 1 e top hm a seral e v e n tu a lly d v d e th e. kller, k: a vew pont Grav vano s story. ;L o n d o n to s e ttle a b o u nd d a ry m e la n ccholy h London of one of Amerca s most jst notor- espoused by o u n try n to th e n h o s- the famly members n, d t ponts to th e one flaw vnn rd s p u te n p re* rev o!u ton n a ry a stro n o m e r a n d hs 1.ssst.nl., ous M afa fam les, Sam unmy the of several of y d f f e r e n t w o r ld s o f 3f h1 s v ctm s w ho «und nderboss." A m e rc a b y c r e a tn g th e B ull, a s G ra v a n o w as s k n o w n, h ave sued to a tta c h a n y projy receve.from 1 the son 1 o( f events. Much o f the book 0 0k :fa m o u s M ason> D xon lessjy cheery, cou. o J S L p North and South. h s s clearly G ravano s vercom es acro ss as a m ult td m cn - ceeds h e m ay e t w e e n P e n n s y lv a n a a J fro m n o r th e r n R E n g la n d ; lk e C haract acterstcally, th e p lo t of sonal w s e l y ruthles: less kller. book, s n 1 ( Gravanos own words, appor- par- *M aryland, ta k e b e a m T h ere 5 G lb e r t a n d S u l llv a n, th e r M a so<n n & D x o n s a m e ss, and carng lusband, bene cnevolent To Gravano 10 t was p a rt of the ntly taken verbatm from tape- pe- Mnagc h e r e.. n a m e s a re now forever lnked veerng g o0 u t o f co n tro l, lo sn g padrone and shrewd busness- lfe." There! w were murders that recor ord ed ntervew s conducted a lth o u g h t h e r w orkng rela - focus aas s t ju m p s fro m o n e man, lovng father and sav aw y m ob tore hs h eart out, 0 he sad. And * Y es, th e n o v el s w rtten n Maas. by n to n sh p w as fuele d ed by ntense teem n n g g s c e n e to th e n e x t, boss. others that were ere strctly busness. Ma anock 1 8th cen tu ry d alect..y< fa a s,e s ta b ls h e d th e g enre es, m u tu al dslke s a novel as There are long, loose epsodes B ut a b o v e a ll, by h s ow n All, he sad, wct vere p art of th e code rw e:are 250 pages nto th e bot h T he V alach Papers, hs b ook f t to b u r s t w th energy and here that lat are n early m possble admsson, Gravano was : a gang- of Cosa Nostra,,, hghl b e fo re M ason a n d Dxon ev«hly acclam ed 1968 book : on v e n p ro m s e a s e ar: r l y A m e rc a to follow 3w and probably should stcr, wllng to do what h e had Lke other me obsters who have tj,e y e a c h A m erca. And yes, th * e lfe y and tmes o f Joe Valach. d. r e tself, h ave b eer een cut. But f th e book to do to succeed and surv rvve. n klled and told o ld, G ravano tre s.a te e n o u m scellaneous s< vas j, Valach, th e frst m ade d j t n u a n d c h a ra c te rs h e re r T h e re a re g re a t : q u te hang to g eth er, t that lght, becomng an nf< nformant hard to ju stfy :fy h s decson to me, m ber of the Am ercan Mafa ssuredly does hang sepa- a n d b rn g n g down hs fo rm e r becom e a gove jvernment wtness, gyer a k e a D c k e n s n o v e l sseem e e of w lderness 1 r to testfy, who ntroduced w th passages of b reath - boss, John Gott, was loc lke M y W e e k ly R e a d e r. Y q, c a rn a l a llu re o f ctes. c cal and nsstng th at g There vll t greed and treach- the A m ercan p u b lc to Cosa v rtu o sty. T h e re s n t predctable. ery had replace aced honor and loy- Nostr jo w e ls 6 to e v o k e th e e p c noble savages ;tra, a nam e that has become )me r wrter alve who couldl e a n y th n g a lo n g th e lengths to p u t th e M st ; possble p a n d G o tt.w. err e c h o r p d n a Stll, Gravano, 52, goes s t to g reat alty n the mnob ot long before he pqft ~ % x c e m e n t of o u r c o u n try t of th e lexcon. Dozens : of begnnngs, w hch s Pynchor c h a n s, a g e n erol e r» p r f r ; f 7 f, e r M afa tell-all books havo ave th s th rlln g, sloppy ~ spnonhsactlons.heha5 lasadm lt r a c k t S oal h e r e, th a n w th a bo( b o o k b clllo n spread c e te e rln g /m u rd o r fofo" low ed, m ost w rtte n n thf tfe erns to stree ts a r o f a novel. ted hs nvolvement n 19 kllngs ndctment that ultmately led same le ven. r B E S T J O N E OF T H E N AT U R A L W ON DERS O F T H E VW O R LD... TbeOrlando! KteSantlwl. 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(h father that there s no marker a on 1 th e re c e n t m eda a tte n to Curl hs mother s grave. w A b b y focus sused on th e addctve n atu r A s long as c a n rem em ber, m y f a t h e r s r e la tvves e s h a v e AH \fenbua tobacco, Sally s sster-n-la law educators and others conccm< :emed s n ot realzed that encouragn As the w orld chagcs, expccted hm to be th e P K b - - f v B d tlon s* wn }oln us at Kmberly e godfa* -J. her r chldren cl to smoke s dange the dem ands o n techc h er" to all of thcm,-u c 1 12 at 7:00 p.m. to dscuss Hc bured ;dls thl ous s t( to th e r h ealth, som ethn, ng College o r Educaton nv h s p a re n ts w th no fn a n c a l m ust hope to see you dere. st be wrong wth her. teacher preparaton. h e lp fro m h s e g h t b r o th e rs GODFATH [HER S DAUGHTER The rh e fam ly o u ld be told abou o u t H H H H and ssters. 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