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1996_12_24.pdf

1996_12_24.pdf

T w i n F a l l s , I d a h o / 9 1 s t y e a r . N o . 3 . 5 9 G o o d m [Ql^M c NG ^ W e a t h e r w as o n die d x o r t e n d c f SSnn& 'bfay:^iVni£erstan] a n n w a t d i rwmiaro Brock t&EDa^ Wednesd^ d ^ . C I o t u f y w i t h ine»«w nw ittB f________________ _ . . . b u t n oIt t o n e s d is c u sssed s ” v o te . * ^ e a s g p y a a p la y i mc TniiiifipnTtT.^ rilc c o n se , 3 ^ t 2 d taso e c f snow r tti: i n s a f c m o o n , — daihr s r e e n s f e e p e o p le a i s IF I Fik «'1 lin in g T H ep ^ mt oTn i g h t - H i g h s _ TW n IN FALLS - G olfers who a t p u b lic h e a rin g b efo re c o u n c il in gg f a r it. I sesr3S.L (M snear a r Z S . P a ^ A 2 >«= •e u p a i the d t y ’s m u n id p a l *'H ie z n m u s e oX. t n s OD COUI □ u rse next y e a r w ill h a v e to COU{ niigh u p an extra d o lla r-o r two, th e biggest back-dooi )or deal I’ve ny,focused ;d on < season-pass ra te s yyc o u ^ c n j d jta y io r at,’" l E l * r th re e - for every'round after a e v erseeafor « n io r ■ dtizens d and “haul-on’* said. sai ■ M a g i c V Jay Lanting noted th ar r th I e council fe e s fo r p riv r a te ly ow ned g olf He ^ u r g ^ d ie €317 SD a lJ l. E Y S:ity n Croundl m eetin g M onday i ^ s tbat ended w ith a funous ous did not take any publ iblic testimo- carts. se ;i»agmi SOd Hf*!D ' f a o H ^ c f i a isd: ^ A TwinFais ^ >cal n y o n the proposal On Mond: nday, the coundl voted cards” ca f o r a lim rtn d maaioe ongoe-lashing from an avid local 1 t e m a g e r f a c e s vgee lh f r n T a r gglf T h e C ity C ouncil 1 < d id hold a 6-1 to appro' )rove an idea that gener- Tomtds—s n r t a ^ isc a n n i. C e m ra l t o 33ie s e w S e e s d olfer. a a r g e s . “F "] v e never been so disgusted Ited public hearing on goi ^ilf fees D e c a te d little tie en th u sia sm w b e n ' P a g e B l aX taany public m eeting in m y life," fo ” 16, b u t offered a pre iroposal th a t Councilmar nan Howard A llen sug- n ie l is a 51-;pcr-ffonad j u irTin n e r d iffered substantial!; illy from th e gested it the week before. on or d l s e a s o n p a s s M f l f g v Itanljr P > sail a i d G re g L a n tin g . a fo rm er ^y night. On “ It isn n ’t e q u ita b le ,” s a id g gr reen s & e s i n o s a a e . as s '« s n 1 t e S i b a . me] a e m b e r of tb e d ty ’s Planning I S a n t a C l a y s t amd n d Commission. “This ii ss.Tl^fbS"ot; [ the testimo- Councilmar nan Tom M ikesell, who 7\s3ssseem r,a> ss ' il' I M o n -e \ P ag ec i ( 1 Biiiuut a l t a t o t r sh ip s a id M onda d ay. the ccnter of the ethit ih ic sp n jb e . coric potato inda “They wimt to sweep icp it W liileG ingridiand and his allies hase o s t [1 [ B Y S E C T I O N D] e m o c r a ts tT) r y in g F " ' " under th e rug. W e s a r e the s p e a k s ethical: i-n1 4nfraft4nnc a s l a r g ^ . ' uyroooedtyasso n o t going to ag ree :e to ly insignificant, Housi rmci»Tnwn>i^f^31Tg!Eke- Section C jf o r o p e n h e airings ri V it.” ly to h ear a fa r less SS f: favoraible i n t c r p r s a - \ crash ^ . near PPaul ~ Canatfe, 'v ^ \ ( H ouse D em o crat ra tic tion w hen JamM es . Cole, l i e W adM H S- 2 Money— ,.-1-4 ■ .v V W hip David E. Bom □nior ton white-collar-crim rinie a n n m ^ L Tba Washington Port___________ 4 Mutual t a d s i 3 1 ■'■•f o f M ichig an. GJing- in the ethics p and d t o o v e rse e d i e p n ib e . O u o i i n mfrm________________ ric h ’s c h ie f p o litic tic a l presents his reconmu nmen dininTis. _ — 5 Legal notices ...4 WASHINGTON — T h e RRt epublicans’ - 'antagonist, is demnand- ar ' R epublicans canr arm o t e a s ily w x rte o n . TPATTTT -«MiTinpgBdtad.B:g-toai • ..ftfttfe. |qTTi*rl I S e c t i o n 5_-Classified— e 48 desire ( for a swift and n eat It rt resolution of ing the ethics comm nmit- Cole as politically / hostile Iw i o G i n e ° ^ « * ,nn fTTtf» am fl o n s e i £ ai C3S& as& of acci- H o u se S peaker New t G in ing g rich ’s con- — tee hearing be open c n to they have anacked ked Boriitff’s mcaives. ^SoO s a s te r t S s S s a m a^xr sto nmw estDnitaf “■1 SecSoaA fi" 1 fc sscd eth ical breach befoi s f o r e th e n e w NmrtGlnfi ngrich th e public. “It ought ;ht to A nd D em ocrats sa saic id tiie y •M.ill p r e s s ao . 6 ie iG O B ir B r a c t ^C jssiaarai. 7 SecUonD iCongress convenes Jan. 7 anc and v o te s o n a . , . . . \ltea!ter___2 new speaker has begun to D ru n into seri- be an open en hearing so tlie American i p< poo^ leam Cole’s recommi n in e n d a iia n s a o d ie s a b - C B O itew se& sidL S Sports......... 1-3 Ious obstades lhat could foil oil their i strate- p l e c ^ lave haj this laid out and can undi Older- committee, speculate ■Inrini; T^nT H s findtnSS aTKr»imTTnMgg--11£.agHigg6u v&ucizv d ie d J l , N a tio n ----------S 4 Comics-........ .4 J stand the ‘ dynamics,” d Bonior said, w ere stronger than la n th e d i a r e e s an d i e ^CiMifliTf wn wmiiiTiTtt- s e g m n a l l M edical !■ Worlct---------- 5 ^ G O P le a d e rs a re confid ifid e n t q u ic k T^eH ouse ou ethics comminee chmrm irman report. Pi>iTmr TTTi fftnsm enhi fcamn ntufuries rrn sufactio n will produce m ild sanctions sai and ^ d o then ;rs have cautioned it might It i not Rep. N ancy John; ihnson, R -C a im ^ d m r - ^ i a a E nflB y a fiB n n o B c a r a Movie-------- 5_ ■3 th e re fle c tio n of Gingrich d l as speaker. t e p o ^ bjie lc for th e p a n d ’s 10 members ers to man of th e ethics s ocr n m in tte e , an am S, s 'U s s t oE B a r I3& 1984^ Dodge _ OputfcuT-----------6 2 B ut some House Democrats us 1 have vowed fuUy digcs est the c h ^ e s detailed in a 22- in terv iew w ith th the t A s s o c i a t e d 3 * ress ' ^ im a cmz(£ w &iile- ile' dcTving 10 slow the pace of th econup nm inee’sdelib- page State tem ent o f Alleged Violation n p pre- Sunday n ight that a t w•» h ile s h e i o p e d d i e FzixS a m s t a c e EEgfcway && 25v ‘ - g .........- A cratioos a nd force Republic blicans, if they pared by f an i investigative subcommiti nittee committee could aact c t p r o m p a y , ' ^ \ « 5 m 111 II11II TTiT^nn j i ffiLTTi.’ff rp fin rt.B ■ He t f carslid I g ‘ rtara/W est__LS choose, to re-elect Gingrich ich as sp eak er and recom )mmend a n appropriate pena m alty hard w h en you hhai a v e rw o w e e k s , i n t t jr ^ r rtp c trh^ ,||liB mDI> 0 brfo re his ethics case has been bee resolved. before the he 105th Congress gathers early ea with m ajor holidays. sys." o: irTj tTTir lA^nTfill.nnnS. ^ ^ M ost of th e comr g ie n ib e r s a n c A p z s s a a i p s d k n ff ^dzLuen di by “Tlie Republican strategy ;gy has been to n t^ m o nnth. t) i , ^ SectiooB T I P B C T 7 E R ctnll the investigation for • tw two years and L ast Saturday, 5>a G ingrich signed id i th e not planning to rctui c t u m t o d i e i a j n n i l i m n l _ trg S g y f in A ci^nWprf all with, I g L o a ! - ------------ 1-3 p i r r o n ' now thcy w ant it resolved 1 in two weeks,“ subcommi nittee’s report and admitted ed h e after th e Jaru 1. “T ‘They’r ^ e s c a n E i e d t t d i e ^ S u u u Q i'^ o s ; s g ih u m s t f ie e ca r around vided untrue infonnation, ab aboui four winds,” explam ,fTr>^J 1UiprrS‘.11IUlfl '■ I H B QbituafesJ— 2 ; 5WMMIUC a n aide to the House Dcmoc nocratic leader- had provii meassssBOA .a u a tP ^ K L - the collegi jge course he taught that wa; bvas a t aide. j— y Connnunity— 4 x .J j j s T \ * ^ a ^ .. T T - ' KNObllF I M S U ^ I S j — C W A P I ^ I IM „ j p H H IS lK Il I CTHS i k ttntedfD bar a O c E a g s to ^ I R u p e r t w o m a n hopping d a y fl C hristm as o j a J s : $ 5 til lews Classffieds. 19 3 1 , Ext. 1 V Thk1 [lin le City addoptst higher ethics bre Fierce Sierra J sttorms dl lump deeep snoiw, easel H o lid a y trave v^elers fa c e tro u b le ; s k ies rrs m is s in g TbatoodgtedPrm ________ _ RENO, Nev. — A fierce e storm sti th at dumped more t^nn 8 feet of snow in the h e Sierra Nevada deared Monday, b u t dosed down Wl 1 Nevada’s state governm en t and caused rough slC' sledding for thousands of holiday trav d ers heading gover.the on mountains, A s i e storm d o u d s broke, brc auth o rities began gAarrhing for a fathcT and nd son i from San Francisco, w ho disappeared in th e Aor norm a fter setting out on a cross countiy ski outing in tth e L ake Tahoe area on James Augustino, 48, mand d his son, Harley, 18, disappeared nrnth of Doiuvb: tier ! Su]junit in an area that h a s claim ed th e lives oif f a t least two other cross countiy skiers in recent yea years. Tuesday, CD cccm bcr 24,1996 6 r M u n /V-' ■ ■ . ■5 - * ■ - - ■ ligolflfees.. 1 c r e a ^ o I d K r i s T T r r n g le i n h e r _ _ , C h r i s t mAAS T R A D I1 [ T I O N — 1 S > O K T S o w n m o l d . PageBl ____ ^ uinravel? cG h i i s c m a s s t D )nn n ' \ f a a e s b a O ? : The ongoing ixnt Lions coach n a y hsnre ended vidi die season iaaEcandsca PageD l s ^ d B C is D e tr d g^THahn State Y b ^ u s F a a O is m z : MtHidi ^ n ^ b tw££5 a its new Bengal Qoale agamst San oach firom the pro- L PageD l H I |P |L ||| B ■ H M h H Q ■ ; H I c o u l d p r o d u c ee s l u s h y h i ^ w a l ^a y s TDaTD iT D c B te a ___________________ _ TnS n s F A U L S - B e s n y snay> ao w o cty s o a a