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m f m ■ ' L ast w eek's Festival of o fT recsal tho T win Foils Holiday Ini Inn wos — BounflinB^uxBTnplForcDnr . supporttrlum phi^govcr^ r winter y - storm s. — L arry B axter, d irector r of c the \ -s= v‘i' T ------ ITolibitarfolImlallon; iflld d G;oo(rMagie*— C Valley residents attended :d th e three-day event, and $17,1 r,i07was raised for Magic Valley R Regional gram s exemp cmplify. Council woman — :M cdicalC entcrP roceeds ds-came----------- M aryM cClus riusky^nd hem rany— ---------------- ; ■ ' ' i i j p ---------------------------------- ^_____ ........................................... prim arily from the sale of trees, helpers have ive obviously < struck a which w ere artistically dccoraled de responsive e chord ch among residents a'nd donated by businesses >esand who like the he k idea of using the park civic-minded groups or individuols. in< for m ore than han sum m er band con- Money also w as raised fro rom sales in certs. ____thp gift nnrt rnfff»t> shnpgn| !npf»r.ntf»ri h y -------- ------volunteers. ZoeR aybor 'born, d aughter of Sally More than 525 perform icc rsfro m M cFarland d and ar Jloberl Raybora, throughout the area'enterl ertained both Twin Fal F alls, 'won first place in during the three days so 1 tl that per- the piano com :om pctition a l the K a n sa s.' • - sons attending not only coi :ould v lew a Music Teache ichers Associations audi- ------wonderland ofdccoratcd d ttrccsrb u t-------tions recently: itly rR aybom ra-graduale----------hear local talent, have ref: efreshm ents ofTw ln F alls illsH 1 ighSchooi,w hohasa and visit with friends. B.A. degree ce from fi the College of A fetal m onitor will be : purchased p Idallo. Caldwc dwell, isw orkingolnher . - ; - fortheiiospltalw ithSio.oo ,000 of the m aster's degr legrce a t W itchta State ■. ; . . 7 ? - ^ - _______ ................................... proceeds, B axter said! - ...........Organizers • had oplimisl istically predicted the event would Id raise U niversity / and am also on the teaching ' staffjh erc. ..Shelwnoweligible_to_ Sh com pete ailh< t the regional auditions In ' M ~ -$ 5 ;ooo:hesald;T hetrcm icndouffsuc:— ci Stri^pul. Minn linn.. In January. cess of the festival, th e fir: irst one ■ '• / ever held iii Twin F alls. Jii Jias ensured its acceptance as on annu: lual holiday Jerom e'resl resident Rhonda CJaor, a w ord/inform -motion a processing stuevent, B axter said, and co com m ittee dent at CSI, I, hha as received a scholar- • m em bers already a rc look o k in g a t“ a ship from the .he Idaho I Foundation for ^ b lg g erandbettero n enext x ty e a r,” • Vocational-Tei l-Technical Education, .. C laar.thedaui daughter'of Mr. and M rs. ___________ J ^-bast-w « eekend-w as-a higl Igh point of- lionC iaar, Bui Burley, and the grandcommunity life in Twin Fa F allsw ith daughterofM fMi rs. Velma Cioar, -j-------------E x p D< e c t a t i o n s c a n - c l o u d i i o l not only the festival of tree ■ees: but the Jerom e, is sdv sciieduled to g raduate )lid ays_ _ ,_ _ _ _ - -launchlngoftheC hristm las a; in the----- ^ - from Ihe GSI SI next m spring;— ---- ----------------- ■ Parkservicesduringthe»l 2 Advent |: J • season. It was a m em orab ibleexperi- Scott Osborn xjrne, Kimberly, a Junior ence to stand in the softly y falling f m ajoring In II zoology zoi at the College of snow and h earsom e 100 ch children sing Idaho. Caldwel Iweii, has been aw arded Us thteseas sonico * l e t i _ Christm as carols — esnecl 3clallywhen Uie Willis F•ry ry? Science scholarslitp,__________ go' one thinks of the num ber :of 0 p aren ts • Molly M orris irrls, alsoKimtJcrly, a . „ ________ ByLORAYNEO.SM SMITH who had lo put them selves es out lo freshm an mnajoring aj( in psychology a t I "If they tre a t m e iikt like they usually do. I’m TimeS'Ncws writer. ?r. gel their yuungslngers toi o several the Caldwell II school, sc received the , - going to w ant lo c ry ." she ihesaid. ‘Let the chil lild within you prevlouspractlces. Hutchinson I mme em orial scholarship for Even for those who ho have families, such TWIN FALLS ^ - Vou don't have to “ m ake C h ris tm a s -y o u ARl \R E C hristm as, inside, ' live again’ * —.Joan - Boyd g^^therings can be a mixi . A n d lh lslsju sth u to n ein p a rt of the the next school lo o ly ear. . . . tixed blessing as relation: ships between siblings i great cooperative spirit th s and/or parents seldom tiie pro- .S eeS P OOTLIG T I H TonPageD 2 Too m any people, e, especially < women, feel'the they ---------- “ are Ideal. have to "m ake Chr [Christmas happen," often I b by also is aghast that her her grandchildren “ receive J In short. M cAlllstcr pointed pc out. most people knocking them selv >elvcs o u t- with- physic: iical everything In sight," .1." m aking C hristm as a 1 have unrealistic expcct .‘ctations about the hoii- ___ n m p nm M im g nnlv Iv to fin'd-them selves e? “ mcanlnBiess scandal al.’’ ” she bellPVAg, PgpoeinUy- t— (laysr-Sinee-IH s-im poss )ssihlirtOTtchicvxrperfec*— ; h a s te d and resentf mtful when their eiforts ■ore ar to sm all chiidrc^n wlu who a re com pletely over- • tion, either in m aterial )l preparations i or hum an - 0 h e r o lr k e e s g c [ e t ^ - not properly apprecia ‘dated. whelmed, relationships, we a re bo bound to be disappointed The m any comple: plex feelings,5 urroundlng the th One participant probably prc expressed what t unless we do " let go,” shesald. shi ■holidays w ere shared red during a free workshop p ai l m any people secretly tly feel about Christm as: : A poslive way loD accomplish this, the The Relationship Placo PI T hursday night. Jo loan a She “wishes it wouldn't dn't happen.” She mention- • counsclOTs su«t;csl. is i?Uo_nienlalIy_j:caiY.e_a_ _ i M l w o > m a n c : l h i e f Z _____ ■ Daltoir:Boyd“ and“ rJudjr-M Ji cA lllstcr,-*theraplsl )lsts'“ “ t’d thc'com m erciallsm ;m'i 'and the sham“b f '‘people' i ' specific happy childhood od C hristm as. In relaxing . a t the p rivate couns unseling center, used a con :om- pretending tp be kind id 0 one day and forgetting itt nnd letting one's mind nd go back to such an . . - binatlon of music, art. an By JACK ELLIOTT ' cerem ony and discussio sion Dcc. 26." of the 1.200-r ;00-mIle* “ Trail of T e a rs," event, people often can m recapture the aw e and to help participants its regain i the wonder and Joy jo 7'Jic Associ.iU'd Prcas which brough tught the tribe to the ter- n Several divorced participants pai described the 2 wonder and gain unde iderstanding about their rltory in thew of Christm as. le w inter of 1838. . — .loneliness of being solitary sol .during .a tim e of f own hangups. Although there ww( •■ •TAHLEQLTAH. Okla. — - The new . "We a re i staffed sta wllh professionals as oniy' a sm all group, ), It i tradltional-fam lly.gathe ith e rln ^ . One who said she ! “ Lel iTie child within In you live again,” Boyd w as obvious frpm t the tl^ leader of lhe nation's se? e^ond-iargest — educators, )rs, physicians, attorneys, spirited discussion the th at - "alw ays m ade all the tie I fudge and cookies, then 1 says, "then draw lhat child cl: within you into the ............while C hristm as mmay o’ Indian Irlbe says her sex X i is no longer businessm en en.' .".sh e said in an e a rlie r be-dubbed the season n I to — got^tlred ond depressc «scd" said she’s: dropping 5_• 'p rc s o m ." ........ _ -an Issue now thal she h aIS s been ; sw orn interview. -I'Oi -'O u r history hos been one ------------ be jo lly rth e holiday-: jy arouscs a great m any emc mo-— th lsapproach'and'feels' elsgood;about-"lettlifg go” ’ “ ‘ This m ental exercise st^ p ro v ed‘ehlightihg for”' in as first female chief of the Chero- of organlzatii nation and personal and ! — tions, m uch m ore corr romplex than Jolly. ' of such expectations, ono participant wlio said aid she pcrcelved for the kce Nation of Oklahoma. economic devc An older w oman 1 whose wl levelopm ent." Christm as experlenc mce Another youRg adult ull addressed-lhe far from I first tim e her m other's 5 lo love, of which she never alw ays has been rcsi "People iiave been si supportive." Ms. Mankilh ikiller took over leadership -csponsibllity for a big famil; nlly unique problem of still till being i treated a s U child I had been sure, in visuali: alizing the "perfect-gift" gathering foT her r children < Wilma Manklller. 10. saic lid Thursday ' of tiie 68,000 1,000-m em ber tribe from faces an empt; ipty when she returns to hei her parental hom e for the : < a doll (She had received ;d I that year. ho u seth lsy ear. aU er being sworn in a: as principal Ross Swimme im er, who w as chief for 10 holidays with older bro brothers and sisters, all of Another woman exr expressed lone buried ; "W here do I eo fro chief. years. Swimm m m er. 41. won S enate confrom here ? ’’ she asked. Sh She whom a re m arried. • SecCHRISTMi 'MAS on Page D2 , , .. firm ation Wei W ednesday as P resident "Cherokees have state( led llicy arc H jagan's chok :hoice to run the B ureau of “ ready for fem ale leadersi rshlp. Il's no i„d|5nA ttairs. lirs. ___ » • J • • P longer an Issue, ...T h e Issi SBUosarcour Sw im m er's • ■ t - ■ r's confirm ation is a first v — nrograms.-the-hreHkinf»-oi ol poverty - n ol'm e," she A L s u — tho- 3- fli flrot t ime o trib al^ 'h ief-------^ I the bureau. . . ■ "The only people a lit! UUe w orrled nkiller took the oath of jiQ L -w anl^to*^l.'d.^w orry_ r„ are niy family, and they' ijY e l e d iv Ivate at ccrcmonles-ln-her-.Af----------- --johnson-know aw ho's-b B-bos3 -w hen-he—casesi-estj (State-planning andj> robates,- •s,—them _hc_cannol_ccpces) is e n ljh e m if' that she'c e'd be leaning over gr''a B o u n h e Cmie I’ll spend" tlo n lh T lo l). ,|ee al Cherokee Che Nation h e a d -' ' walks into probate courl. irl. and retre: iresents the Idaho Education on they w ant Ms. Young (0 0 ] preside over FacKft'JlfUsn IS"Sb"therC"WDIlldn't'be un T TaTiTClpiirA - m ore {oF----------- It’s his wife, Judi ludgc P atricia Associatio; tion in his Boise practice, their case. He said 'h e has ha not had to appearff»ce ce (tf unfairness, and j( i t . overworked m om ." she s m a r sw eorh rarlng-ln cerem ony Is Young. . In a riel( leld whcrc_c.lhical canons dic- ic- tu rn aw ayclientsy et. wouldn't be bl fair iO;,^my client, two children. “ My grands Oson n o w h e scheduled for ror I Dec. 14. “ It .som etim es causcs ses a lot of til- ta le that it one avoid “ even the ap- p- “ Thcpc really havcn’i nU been any eith er." lie s a id ^ '^ lt's the sam e_ thinks it’s great that gr grandm other decldei :ided to havc the j> riv ate____ — ‘terlnB ~ln~ 1h e -c o u rtroo room.—bccausQ— p c a r a a!C'Of c c im propriety;” and the [ie_scrlousJp.col)rem s^sJar. irjis,co n fllcts-‘-lhiriU Iif_a_i a_dds«L .frIend_bcM m es_a- n— is-a chief.-'---------------------ahd-get-m e-siworn-in-sd'I^^— ^ o th er law yers know IKai IKal w e're mar* scales of )f“ ]ustlce m ust be balanced ed of interest, becausc w< we've sim ply Judge.” Ms, Mankiller becom es JS the tribe’s could begin n sc som e official a cts," she ried,” Johnson said, sm smiling. l “ I ’m in with a bli blind eye, Johnson and Msi Isi assiduously avoid

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