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.wvvw.magicval /alky.com ■Twin Falls, Ida d a h o /9 5 th y e a r, N o > . . 2 6 8 : G o o d MOR W k a t h k r Today:S /I Sunny and • I • • I warmer, ier, with ' ^ light winds. wil High, _____ 62. Clea lear to n i^ t with areas of frost. .Low Ll 31. m m — PageA2 M a g i c ; .V a i , l ■LA. W ash. - H e -------VBrsaWrlawniakern irrRep:------------- Doug. Jones, R-Filer, his background and idinterests i lead him to specific i public poliQT. P a g e B l i l Lookout post: FVom >m 9,265 feet above sea level, exp« Xpert eyes ■ the Mount Harrison lookout • c ^ spot fires in thre hree states. - "IM C w • o n ce w as th e fc e d t e ra l g o v ern - y |Q m ent’s resident exp< expert on g etdng salmon past huge •e federal f( hydroelectric dams. JV H John M cKern, , a fisheries fi biologist, re c e n tly retlr c tire d from th e -U.S. A rm y C o rpp s c of E n g in eers * □ after 29 years at ; the thc W alla .WaUa L i j Disirict. For the pai past 12 y ears he 1 . 1 was in charge of if gi gelling salm on I M past the four federa leral dams on th e M l ioy lOOM Uim/T>» timi ■ fw-yes'- lar-old Riley W hits of Hagerm an n p< pets a Bunnese Python that Nl Nick Peterson brought from the Herrett Center to the Thousa lusand Springs Festival Saturday. “■ D irk K em plh o rn rne e hired him tb . h e lp w r ite , iire th e ~ g o v c rn o r‘s----------response to the : National Nu M arine F is h e rie s S ervv ict ice’s b io lo g ical opinion - a n asse: issessm ent of th e j condhions that aff affect survival of e n d a n g e r e d sa lm o n , K e m p th o rn e spo sp o k esm an H.D . • F a m i l y l i f k Palm er said. “ H is e x p e rtis tisc e w ill h e lp us rtists gath( ier for Niature Coj )nservanc Lcy’s caus< i C craft o ur resptmse, nse,” P alm er said. -------------------M cifenrw ilPbe- •bconcT if-several------ r — ' —1 expert's to help p craft cr th e goverj M M i n n ---------- ’ By Brand andon R a la ' n or’s response ! to th e biolngical Tlm>»Nc •Now« w riter _______________ Getting thei •opinion - a docum rum ent he already -Rw ThouMnd Spring* Pro ‘reserve is >* is fam iliar wiih. h. IH e also helped .GERMAN—T hfrannual-rite— 9--------- locatotJTSBsrolHagcmwn isiHnihe----------- 6 .draft a porrion , of th t e Corps’ com- - tu m n brin g s m ore ilian 60 ^ — -Snako Rivor Canyon and d 1 Isacces---------- I —1— ; —ments-on-die-Elsli Ftsheries:Service’.s^--------- ^ ) a rd s ts to R itte r Is la n d in ^ , sible via Exit 155 off Intel itcrsUite 64 d raft b iolo^cal d 01 opinion before It ?. n ake R iver Canyon. , w as released to o th e p u b lic .1 . . .'een done at 1 fortl S '^ Id 'ir^ Iq h e w eather’s great - a litde ■ Last y ear, ottendanci ice suffered th e dam s a lre aidy,” d y . McKern said, theC ,e Olympic cdol,” sa id Jo y ce A ckerm an of. ,{ from c o ld a n d w indy ly w e a th e r, . , ames. Boise,' e, who displayed h e r collec* r.' b u t th e C onservancy y ^ iU m an. A c k e rm aisa n . id . ccubic feet of 58-degree watt Iter per A n d t h o s e e f f o r ts h a v e tu re Con-servancy’s 425* s> second into th e canyon, aac c c o rd - i m p r o v e d th e su si rv iv a l o f fish s aged to raise S26.000, si Page C l tion 0 o f b a s k e ts a n d bowLs. isiinds Springs Preserve iiing to a N ature Conser\’anc iicy fac t th ro u g li th e dam Iims. s, , “T h e prim ary resoii “Attent endance looks like it’s up.” : th r e e s p rin g c r e e k s s sheet. But o th e r fish isheries e scientists - Aboi jo u t 2,500 to 3,000 p eo p le le interested in is.water; )u r n e a rly a th o u sand are exi expected to attend th e festi- ,j. aquifer m eets th e Snal l i l s s Please see ARTISTS, Pj PageA2 I ■ Please sees iee SAUVIDN, Pago A2 O p i n V ) N Coming around: Gi Guess who’s looking into the ; pr privatization of Idaho FubUc Television? Tel PageA14 \ / o Dters 1 to pass ' ^ J U C ! — S n o w o D N T H E M O U N T A I N — . I Clinton ( def fen d s decisi sion .j to u se em ei jrgenqy oil reserve rf The Associated Press on ■ Z ~ - W o rld e c;onomy.-A12 o n i S e c t i o n BY.' Y S E C riO N f l ' W A SH IN G T O N -A m id [I I grow- ____________ • ing The A9S( tSBoclated P re ss______________ il global worries about tin llie eco- for delivery in , November. No' - nomic im pact 5 xt P T hle e istakes are immen.se m the : before I: Rising energ.v •g.v costs i a re becom* leaving on a trip to Califom O bitua ries ...2 Section S ' E p„:sid< id e n tia l a n d p arliam en tary ry , ing an issue in in th i e presidential C linton said he acted W aho/W est . 4 ^ Fe F e a tu re s . . .1-6 e l e c dio o i n s. If voters rum Slobodan to cush- c a m p a ig n as s w in te r b ills a re ion A m ericans against a sevic o u t of office - and he a likely expected to be e aas s much as 50 pcr- DD( e a , A b i ^ _ ^ p- sharp jum p in heating cosi ts dofenr, >vhich k also a big ustsMhis iiij^jur ia than n l9 ‘J9’s. I----------- r------------------------ Q — \nntcrhcctmse-of-iighl-Kupi CYOsswofd ■. S ^ i r - c re n ie n u l-p c o d u c :----------- - th is b a tte re d , d isp irite 2d d Community C( ..4 countr itry w ill'have h ad a taste of Bald Mountain In Sun Val ralley, ranked the No. 4 ski reso jsort In North America by The gitveriuneni will stai lart lak- tio n in c rec a asi s e s by th c real d( dem ocracy, a n d billio n s of ing bids M onday f»r 30 n (J,. the October Issue of ■SKI' Kl' magazine, looked like It was «as ready (or the schusslng ! million O rg anization I of of th e P etroleum dollars irs in W estern aid a nd invest- barrels of oil - iibmil f> perc .•rcent of E xportin g Coun outities, w orldw ide O. WepHv H O K Ic U n n . PK season to begin after the he second snow of the season n blanketed b It on Friday. the , 571 million barrel res< Please see YUGOSUVIA. Page A7 eser\'c - supplies rem ain lin extrem i ely tight. i C lassi SIFIED ■ D M onday: h is vice p resid id e n tia l office and enjoy ijoy large m ajorities J Log on tb ... G O P H o l d s a f i r m __ca n d id a te , Jo seph l.icb etierm an. in th e LegisUm ;lalure. W ilh its 54 Miore on politic w a tc h e d p a r t o f a D e n v e r electoral vtites. es. California is the • H roncos. g am e w ilh fa i p o n m a n y - a r e a s fa n s in M o th er Lode e of ol w esiern presi- llI K S = N E » W - - g f 'P ■ Bush holds solid groui )und in m uch — ~ Denver the dny before. H»i Bush has - deniial politics, cs,- ........................................... r ' - ^ r a __ o f .t h e I n te r io r \ve m ade forays into Calitorn rnia and G ore’s strateg ■itegi’ in th e W esl is ! tm tJ n tg fo f e a« I I « . a » n A la sk a , a n d is sk irr . W ashington stale while li Ilis vice, "hold onto his lis lead li in California iENVER - T he w estern presi* jsi* O re g o n , W ash inig g to n a n d p re s id e n tia l c a n d id a te . D ick a n d ev ery thlin in g else is grav y ," ... for online cli classified ads idal cam paign is beginning to Colorado, C h e n e y , h a s sio p p[)cd e ■ in said Eric Sonder idem ianii, an analyst lookU ic Uke a Hollywood w ar movie, ic. W ith th e ra c e for □r p re s id e n t ^ S j F ' Wyoming. Idaho and Color orado, fo r th c D enver iv er-b ased B ighornlem ocrat AI G ore h as raised led closing, both sides are ai stepping A nalysts say G ore’s er environ- C enter for Publi ublic Policy. 733-0 ■0931 flog in California and Hawaii, aii. u p c a m p aig n appeal ■arances a n d ' w -i iie staging insurgent raid s in fu n d -r a i s e rs fro m , ; S e a ttle ,0 — 0«'S

Mar 1896 - Newspaper Archives of Ocean County
Mar 1898 - Newspaper Archives of Ocean County