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. 1 . . ' ■ m H irm m f e Good nmorning H oujse shl a v e s its •wnp ►erks I list , Today’s forecas »st: Sunny with light,^ ht,winds. Highs 75 to ' The Associated Press puckjsh declaration d< from 'first-ten 85 d e ^ e s . t>ows in tthe 40s. erm ate it." said Rep. . h John Bochner o f I ! Rep. Jon Christensen, C R-Neb., thot P»0«A 2 ot it Ohio, a reform-minde idcd member o f the WASHINGTON — Cutt 'utting its own was time e for lawm akers to "begi jgin GOP leadership. Anot nother lawmaker es- Budget de [eal set __ ^ d g e t with.relish.- the ; H' House voted pushing the heir own b u tto n ^ _____ _ timated the subsidy / al at S185.000 annu- _ _ _ _ “ Thursday to^im m ate 2,70 7700 jobs, ter- ; 'fhe vote te 'was'337^7 in favor of 'tfie tfi allTlTor the barber r and ai beauty shdps “ The iei\s80ciafeaTre« • minate its lease on u wan warehouse and overall.bill, ill, which reducc's spending i b by combined, end federa! subsidies for - its Its barber and S155 millii Ilion from current levels for fc With that, dcficit-co -conscious lawmak- ■ _. W WASHINGTON — House e and an Senate Republi- $4 mfllion sougl iglit ^ — ■" beauty shops: —^------------ ---------- ^----------- tha House- le'andseveral'congressibni jn al' er^In th'cTiouse turn um ed'to j} measure ' ns ann'olinccd agrccmcnrThi Thursday oh a com- - . . Also slated for closing lg \ was a four* ..agencies. . ' The S1.7 billion measur !urc~ that would cut foreign lignaid by SI.6 b il-• . pron 3mise scven-year^udget-ba :-bolancing plan that Twin Falls expects ets to spend millions to . ' ‘ person ofllce responsible le 1 for running now heads Is to the Senate, which is make sure its sewageex- ex lion over this year, , w with finol possage woul >uld cut taxes by $245 billior Ilion and slow spendigeplont reduces chlo- souvinir flags by the thouss lusands up and pected to pi propose additional cuts in rine discharges iqto D th n it its expected next week. the Snake River. ;k. The biggest re- ' ing I < for Medicare, Mcdicaid am and dozens of other down flagpoles atop the he Capitol so own operati ations. ductions would come ^ Pao«C 1 ne i from intcmation* prog }grams. law m akers can ship the them to con- RcpubUc Ilcans. celebrated passage : by b al lending funds that hat aid poor coun- ig> Ignoring Presideni Clinton’s n’s coll for a slower, stituents. convening lg a news conference in the th tries. ' . •10-yi -yeor bluepHnt and much sma smaller tax cuts. GOP No decision on n ( drug felon One hardy perk survivtc ived the prun* crowded ba barber shop. Final passage o f th the congressionol icode :ders wrapped up three weeks :cks o f bargaining by A former Gooding ing teacher and assis* . ing, though, ^ e . House voi voted to keep “I think k there may be a reason fl to t< spending bill was dela lelaycd by an angry craft tfling an ogreement thot refl reflects their party’s tant coach convicted Kl < of drug charges still 10 automotic’elevatoT ^oq ^ t o r s on the have a barl Qrbershop, but I don't thin! link outburst-by Democrat :rats, who protested doesn't Joiow i f b}e e tcan teacbnn Idaho job in its ofTice buiUKiigs ngr, despite a there’s y rc c ^ n for Congress to opei . P lease ;e s e e BUDGET/A2 P**’" P fease 3 si s e e S H R IN K /^ I— ^ - . P ^ C I Regatta richess ------------The Idaho Regatta itta'brlngs'm ore'than‘~* ~ boate to Burley. It bri brings cash, and lots o f iti ; P ag o D I Into the sun The Twin Falls i ju n io r tennis open went back outside i Tl Thursday for a full slfite b fc ^ p io n sh lip lp matches. ^ P afloD I FootUgbt parad( ide The famed Aiviii 1 A Alley dance troupe and the Glenn Miller ler Orchestra are the among 'the acts booke oked into Twin Falls by A m on Tour. r v .- P ag o B I , Hey, Venus Frankie Avalon, heitrtthrob hei o f Eisen* IHI W W i f t 'f l i Tff'' ''' s Popula ation I growvth I crowds IsjaUj By Liz Wright Times-News writer TWIN FALLS - Why has the Twin Foils ' County Jail filled up so quickl tickly? Population growth has broi brought more criminalsi oflicials soy. And most ost Idahoans continue to believe that jail is the le b best form of pun* ishment, but when* it comes ies t to building more . cells, taxpayers are fed up lip with \ footing the bill. "It is 0 very delicote publ 5ublic*policy situation," soid Rep. Mark Stubbs. )bs. R-Twin Falls. In what the Twin Falls Coi County sherifT.calls an—emergency’' move-this-w is-weekrtwo-Army----------tents ore going up next to thej the jail to hold up to 40 low-risk inmates during I the th< night. The goal is that the tents - which will wii be replaced in • How^'ff America, V/ill ill bring his so n ^ to .(fjackpot this weekend. id.' . Pag e B I August with two domiitory-st} /-style trailers-will save more money than incorl icorcerating inmates in otherjails^around the state. ate. .The jail, built six years 1 ogo. ogi wo? supposed to accommodate up to 148 } im inmates. Thursday, there were 140 housed in thej thejail, and31 extra inmates housed in other count )unties’jails, • i] All good tUngs s.epd .e ' . The county is not alone ne in i its crowdrng problem. Prisoners are also ilso filling up state W esterners ca n I’t'r ’t' e ly fo rev er on I_______cheap, federally subsi today’s editorial says. P avaA S ■ ' ’ ' MH b e c a u s e o f ov'ercrowc )w dlng In th e Twin Falls I ( C o u n ^ Jail, tru s tie s ha h av e b een b u sy construc ru ctin g tem p o ra ry te n ts o u tsid e th e Jail. ill. * T h e te n ts will b e repfa< faced by dorm itory tralle llers In A u g u s t penitentiaries. ifdouble-bunkingJn________ va v'arious instilutions.to create Ite i os many beds as P ie aise s e s: e e TENTS/A2 Key to .cancer ppuu sle ^ \ A defective gene has tias been isolated th at. d scientists suggest could uld bc the key to uhlocking cancer’s m y^ ^ rie i s . | ^ B « A 3 g ■ Foster n nominat dpn lose es but D( )o le ,^ ^Mall man Lulers ' G ram ma, Clinto }n em erj rge winnners ready toDgo K By Tereitce Hunt ’ ■ Clinton and the The Associated Press' Republicans all n Analysis /Virginia S. Gaiber .AmeriransUkeA s Medicare , ' ^ !s-News writer • tried to seize on. A poll nhds a ^ e m:ment e among Ameri- WASHINGTON — Stningi mgely, there | ^ H 0 | | M ' it for their ad- delivered more than 10,C 10,000 infants in cans that protecting hei health insurance for were w a lot o f winners in the he defeat'of |■ ^ H ^ vantage. his care^ and led a proj Jiogram 10 deter VIN FALLS - The porking lg lot |i will begin to the elderly is preferable ble to tax cuts. Dr.“Henry D Foster’s nominatio Btion OS sur- P P H “No one who 0 teen pregnancy. jpear today, ond next week :k a o building-eating Pafl*A 4 - , geon g, general. B H H was pro'choice e Gram m wanted to . le lead tho fight liine will take over demoliti >lition o f the Blue It was a clear triumph fo for Sehate thinks that it against Foster by stagin; Bing n filibuster :s Mall - a longtime communi lunity landmark, Majority Leader Bob Dole ani and his Re- Clinton backed d against the nomination. n. IBut Dole unsstruction ofthe moll will be worth v watching. . publican rival Phil Gramm — and also . ofT," said Broo- I. dercut Gramm with hurri urricd votes that . A ”! huge hydraulic shear - “jus “just 0 big pair of a victory o f sorts for Presidi sident Clin- , v m 5 ^ ^ P kings Institu- . kept his rival out of the le 2spotlight - a J :s" - will “pretty much just st walk w through the ton. to tion analyst t tactical victory that was as ] probably best ling " and teor it aparti" said id Project P Manager Memorial wall ui unveiled The apparent loser w»s Fo Foster. But Stephen Hess, appreciated by Washingtc :r Gramkow o f Contractors ■s Northwest. N “This. - igton insiders. ^ c«I, even he may not wind up emf rmptV hand-. F ostei e r "A nd no onee In the end, “both o f them the now come Jf me o f the newest-technology :ogy equipment fo r. A n Okinawa village age is the site o f a ^ ed; Clinton may tap him to ) he help lead a who was pro* . out relatively even with ith the key p r o ^ - - jlition." memorial listing the nai names o f all nation* ' -cmsade ogainst teen pregnane; incy. ---------- lifc thinks that lat Dole or Gtnmm backedJ life constituency," said aid Republican >day. contractors will start ; tearing teo up asphalt ~ alitlw wBo^iifd in the re World \ War II bat- ■ " Even as t^oster's nominat nation died off.” strategist Eddie Mahe. nd 'the mall, said public relations:assistant“ relc - .......... ties on tiut island. Thursday, Clinton got credit it f< for finally . In 'd e fea ti: ting Foster, D ole and 1 “Everybody wins but iUt the guy who . ® Boley o f Fred Meyer-Inc.. :.. the tl grocery and P .B .A 7 : sticking S up for a troubled d ci candidate Gmmm were e able to-deliver the prize e has to go through this s w whole expenty chain that plans to build d 0 a store : on the old ; and fighting to the bitter end. id. dearly sought [ht by the Christian right t ende and has to go hom lome defeoted," site. . M ajor quits part; irtypost., For many D emocrats, tht that was a and onti*aborti irtion ^ u p s that will play f Hess said of Foster. ’ Gilli: Ilinghom Construction o f Boi! Boise and Shotwell ' Britaiit’s Prime Mini liriister John Major welcome wi contrast lo Clinton ton's aban- a large role in deciding the GOP presi- Democrats ortion, and, though suppor orters emphasized' he also P lease 9 see sc MEYER/A2 | > to the Republican side thi: this year. • l _ l £ _ -------- ^ « e c t f o n ^ - ^ W ^'Weattier.....'....2 . J ^•;fNatl6n:i^.....3-5 • " S a c tlo n b . Better-i edJime] ericans aalso mucch healtl thier I ■ . , SportB.........i1-5 > Movle8..M.;...;..6 M< S a c tlo n E ; ■ M< Money jComics___ . I*' :••• Lo Legal notices ..3 i b c t i b n 'C r -cii Cla88ine0::...3-8 ' Obttiiaff««^vi:..2 , ' S ectio n F ClBMlfled..,..1r8'.' llie Afsociated Ptbu, has wide dened recently,-the center !r s said in " th e 307. l7-page book, “ H ealth, , UL nited WASHINGTON — Cauti aution: Dropping States. IS out o f school may be hazai Bzardous to your *‘We see st bett9T health outcomes is 1 for the .-health. more edi ducated right from the start, art,” said . ' T ^ t •message was delive livered Thursday Dr. Philii ' 5Tfie*govemm55PramuS lual r ^ r t chart- for h ^ tl ’ ing the nation’s health.'' .Service. The National Center for or 1 Health Statis- There 'e were 561 deaths p er IQO.OOO IQ . ticrsold the death ra te '^nongadults o t ages.- 'adults among ai the dropotits, com ampared ! 25 to 64 who fdled to Anisi inish high school. with 433 33 ^ o n g those.witti ,12 ye years o f was SOpercentbi^er.dian an I those who got educatior on, and 249 among :thoM ) w ith'13 their diplomas, and more >re than double orm ore) ! yeara o f schooling. . , ; . those who attended college legeTor at least' .. .Lee nc noted that womm-dropouu uts were -•'oneyw ; v ' ::‘ ..C^'^'Vvi^A-''^-elght-tin imes fis likely to 'ra o k e B d during' .. T1»t has h e l d . ^ ib rly rears^'butt^ ^ ^ p ^ pregnane ncy;B5 college. grad|^i^';.Vi ■‘.Women without a high ;h s school degree also were J The average American lean who tuiris 65 less likely to gel (Ct i mammQgrams. can took forward to 17.5 more years of ' But the Book )k < o f charts end tables also I '' life,’ and the average 75-year*old 75*; to 11* points to sorhe le r notal^e successes on. theJ .' plus yeara: health fkint. Other .medical morken sraofnote: o ecJiasjvpo£l£d.pte.viously^ , ■ ' ' ♦ vni»»»mnt|ftn yntp ite-for-toddlers-un*------ j rtality rate fell to a record'' h ;der3 rose to 79 percent.fo it>for polio vaccine low o f 8.5 deat eaths per 1,000 births in I ' and 88 percent for dipthe }theria-tetanus-per* 1992, and provisi visional figures for 1993 in- ' • tussis vaccine in 1993.. dicate a ftirther r drop di to 8.3 deaths. * • SlxQ'percent of wom< omen 50 and older, Overall life : expectancy e; at. birth also > lK*I993 had had a mami am m ognm in the reached a record jrd in 1992 o f 75.7 years, a I "past two yean, more than tian double the rate gain .of almost I fi^ five years since 1970. But : back In 1987, the ceijter’s pro'vi xlvisional figum point to a I « Patients spent ju st 5.9 5 ^days in the dip in life' expe< pectancy in 1 99^ to 75.5i hospital OD sveram m 1993, 199 an 8 percent. I , r- years. decline fh)m>1988.' B o p a i ----------- -educatc ... 'A aSESBBI Tg— p

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