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A -6 T lm e8 -N ewasc a n d H ickam .’Wheelci eler-and- them exnorldi pork rk. C o u p pie will " p u r s u lie law f b n feitiises t I "•••PtEASE-NOTE-—-Only coihr h r ecertified c h e d d o rin o n ey ^o o rdert'occeptsd r fo r— — — d a p o iil o l 10% of opproU»d 1 vvqIuo. a (Depotll n e c e tta ry In I order c lo b e quell- n*dbid d e r). No p«r*ono1 c h eckt c h t. oceeplod lor thl» depo»lt.*** PARCEL P / 329-84 A 53.81 oer* troc* ol land loea located opproxim olely 4.1 mile lle t eo»t ol Declo. Idoho. II eon»l*t» ol all groilng ig li land. APPRAISED PI^ICE: S7.S: .533.00. L etiee wilt hev* 90 d o y i from doto'of la le > to fo rem i ove fence*. ProtpoctlVA purchater* o r >holr Blr agenl c m utt bp pr«»ent on d( doy of to le for Ifie urpoM of ontorlno their bid. o> *-jiold al pubTie oucllon ol th e .C a ttla Coucity_Courthou ou*e. County..Cam«^. — ............... --W E S T -S T . PAL ■AUL, Mlnn.“(A P) ~ !? . m ittlo n e n ftM rn. Burley. Iqjio: Idoho at 2;00 .P.M. on T hurtdo' iay, Decem ber 12, Jannet and Chris [irls Johnson sa y -th e ' f1989. Fovorablo te rm i of 10% > dow do n, balance on 30 yeor cant )ntroct. 9 S % Inter- . fetus they lost in an aulo accident _ •* e tt. For full deto lli. contact Doi D eportm ent ol Londi, P.O . Be Bok 149. Goodlnfl. wus u hum an beir -ldofKre3330rPRon»«)6-994«560frr for changes Jn Mi Minnesota law to ac- ' ' Tomato Contadlna knowledge that. ■'The law need: !cds to be changed," 0 ^ M rs. Johnson saic said F riday.."W e will be available to the lhe Legislature." . The M innesota ta Suprcm £ e.Court.rul- ' > ’ ^cti'C ^ rF rid ay lhal hat the 81^-mohth-old ---------------fetus-M rs.Jo h nsor isonAvas earrylng.w as — — nolT T iu m an beini eing-under'the defini- - tions of sta le law .-nieanlng-a-m an - • = accuscd in the > accident a< cannot be charged with its jdeath. de = ____________ M rs.. Johnson, i.ww as,o n JieE -w ay -to — 3 j)ic k up h e r husbat :band al work on Nov. S, 19{{4, when a 9 c a r. collided with hers. Within 24 hours, ho the fetus had ^ I I I S : : - - - - —stopped movlng-aii '-and doctors couldn’t ^ h e a r a h eartbeat, at. II died of head in­ ju rie s related to M rs. Johnson's V r t « T t R O ifl .pelvic- fraclure ■ ai and“ w as delivered ” stillborn, doctors ssaid. s£ ------------ -The Johnsons. s. who a re Roman ' ---------- ; -C ath o lic s.-say -th -thoir- t feelings-about-- - Clam ct th e ruling a rc roolc lolcd in their fallh. " I l’s m y Catho tholic belief lhal a baby is a human nan being from the Hilton New England M l m om ent of conc Dnccption,-”—'Johnson said. ••Maybe people le should s see what an ---------------B V m o n th ^ lrf-^ lu ••li's still hard ird to listen lo so* meone' tell you ths that your baby’s not —TWEDV “ — l O y r o z T - J l m a hum an being.” "•■Mrs. 'ft Johnson said, "A nyone who would woi say thal has never been pregnai {nant or been close to D raw ing 3 D e c e m b d r 2 0 som eone who h as sbbi e e n ." Johnson said the they a re not angry at W I H _________ the d riv er of. the- c' oi other car, who was ^ ii^Tcled by a i n n n ............. Jury o n .a ch arg;e e cof. causing a d eath ............. by negllgenliy opei )pcraling a car while under the Influence nee of alcohol, 9 6 1 ; '. “ We don’t hav< lave any hard feel-' Ings," M rs. Johns hnson said. "We are not oul to gel him n in any w ay." CASHGI « A N D P |lIIZE L egislators on n I both sides of the Issue said they woi would introduce’bills Shoppi ip in g S p r e e o r . lo clarify the la« law on fetuses and S ' " " r a ’ A v re o c a d o s j 1 — _____assuce.lhat-there.ls e.is som e.penalty for killing a fetus Ihrough th assault or _________ crim inal negligenct nce- “ Both pro-lire ar and pro-choice peo-— pie should agree e that tl destruction or ■ injury to a w anted ed fetus is a crim c." said sta te Sen, All Allan Spear, an ad* - • Voeale of freedom m ( of choice on abor- .. . H on.* 1 6 8 Daily f ' $960 Giftt C ertif icca te s E ach S p o n so r G iving A I Dolly P riz e For 12 D ay* '*M on.-F ri. - - D a lly D raw ing Ings B ogin D ocem ber.5> 20 2 0 ..................... - _ C ro n d P rlxz oe lD ro w In g 'D o cem b o r 20) . - - ' v T he Johnsons salci sali that. in.addition to testifying before fore the Legislature, they will do whale latever else officials request if it w ill help lelp change lhe law. ----- - " F ro m the begin ginning, (the county ------------- attorneys)—to id -u - u s - I t - w o u l d - b e 'a ----- ----fig h t," said M rs “ rJJohnson. " I ’d like •-to have i t ^ v e r with wfi but I’d like to -------------b a v ii-ih e J a w -c h haanged^W t c-bclieve------—< IT'SS E A SY ! All You Hav ave To Do Is E n terl iIII _ -------------------------------------- E nfar ATEoch h P a rtic ip a tin g M e rc h a n t - E v e ry d a y . ; . A s M ony T im es A s You LIk .Iko. . NeodN J Not c Be P re ten i To Win ' : JL o rn it J th a t unborn babies bies. a re hum an beings and th at Ihej hey should be pro* lected." E nter Today A t o0 n e OF T h ese Spoonsors: D A N N Y D 's W A TERBED DS 2 1 4 B lu « L Ldakes B lvd.. T w in Fall* Old Fashioned ^ ---------^ M a n a o Nation—7 vow^to ccused ^ ►Sease- - rfem em b e r P e ^ STATE FE L A N D SA L E ^ E C O N O M Y -T TN V -A N D -A P P L Ii I A N C E - — - 1170B lu»Lcikai k e s Blvd. N o rth , T w in Falli llll fA M IL Y B E A U T Y S T O R%E I i n A I D S In T h a B lu • a L a k a i M all, T w in F o lli F LIN T. M ich. (A (AI P) — A m an with ~ • ' — the-“A ID S-ahtibod: )o d y "w as released ' ' ---- HERRETT’Sul S uM F-G .JEW ELE -------------S h tu rd ay -after-b beii eing-charged-w lth------------ _________________ : _ ! j i 0 j < ! mib b M. ly J io a iL J w lr a o lli___ assault with Intenl .ent to m urder for allegedly spitting g on < four officers HICKORY F A R M S O F O H IO ln T h « B lu • » lo l k e s M all, T w in Fall* a fte r threatening ; to to spread the fatal disease to them , auti luthorltiessaid. L Y N W O O D C H E V R O N S E RRVICE Two doctors 5 consulted by 506 B lue L o k(•• etB lv d . N o rth .T w in F o llt ■» a uthorities before re the felony war- ’ led__againsl__ John___ ____ ____ ___ I .■i/lRS. . MI 's R ESA LE R ichards said._the th e y _ .d o u b te d .th a t, _______347W ciihlni>lo g to n S t. N o rth , T w in Foil* AIDS could be trar ransm itted th r o u ^ saliva. N U T R I/S Y S T E:M ft W E IG H T LOI ) s s Ct . D r. Willis M ueller, ler, G enesee County 525 Blija L a k[ a• I i B lvd. N o rth . T w in F a ll. 1* - ------------------------ ler,—said m cdical—exam —ho—told----- iner, — ________Eolice_SfiL_Mi£bfl£l ...... ;PED ID E R S E N ^ - ^ AIDS Is transm itted ted from blood and in tim ate contact. I told I him 1 didn’t P R IM ^ C Uj TI w est^ u r a nNT think his people were ereatT lsk.-" 6 1 1 B lu a lo k a :es > B lv d ./4 o rth ; T w in F alls “ I don’t see how )w they’re going to m ake th a t (charge) se) stic k ,'' said Dr. SEW -CIE :iE T Y F A B R IC S ----- : D ennla Lloyd, th e e-county o jail-physl-’ I3 6 M o ln A v e .'^ o r th , T w in Falls* -• , — H E E E E I B ^ ^ e= Tdead 1 E R S - ^ _ _ _ ^ ' V - ■ ( . i r 5 1 Janet Lee \ - M eatcrB cof'- * 12 oz. . TyiliF m M to Sauce L l p s t jySTER ‘'**avuMSTw I Ihowder- ^ - Baking j L f 1 JHoJesL_. . —Cheese, e BaHs^; ^ Wienners ----------^ a . ChipjiecllV Meatss„;.‘ sageu?““-T^ ^iicediaii liieti IVteati N ovem ber;w hen the m an w as taken . ..........v t o - t h e i a l i f ^ l d ^ Kn i c h a r d s T i e r s o h i l — — • ------------physlclairtD td h lmTi-Rlchards-hadnhe------------- -f ------------^AIDS-anlttrodyr-He-i IcT lldTiot sa y w h y — — ----------- — - R ichards w as In jail 111 then. t ■ T he presence of D f^ '. lD S antibodies - m eans a person has las been exposed to s.A venue^.T w ln F alls ' v! " V i p i l — — — - E S E O T W E S T = -------------------- : - tn-Th»Blu»L< •-L ak es-M allrT w ln -F etl* -^ Y A M A H A C O U N T R Y 261 A d d iso n A \ v e n u e W e s t, T vfin Fall* ^ — «l ' JSTORE HOURS: S : ' - : ' the AIDS viru s. I t does dc not m ean the person h as AIDS. . A pproxim ately 10 p ercent of those wltl with a posilive test : 1 K M T W ........ F M ^ ^ 7 . a . i n . t o M l d n i i g h t : 7 D a y s A W e e 1^.____ w U i.develop;A ID S ^ : R Ichards.-28.orD Davison, a w as freed ; on $10,000 bond and ind ordered to ap- I i----------pear-ln-court-T uesdJ t s d s y - to - r e ^ n d - to - -1 ^ 4 the charge, ^ I d Sheri lerlK JoeW llson. • D i : "H e 's p re tty - des despon(Jent," said l l ' ~ . ’ Wilson, who d ro v/e e - -R lchards home ^ a fte r his.releose fron rom a ja il isolation ceU. “ H e thought t th U ls'w h o le t h I n g . . - ~ ^ 3 ■ w asanoverreacU om n .". .’ I If convJcted.’ Rfchi fch ard s'co u ld face ’ ■ > ' ' llfe h ip rls o n .th e s hherlffsald. e r ADUIT r AMUSIC RADIO Q ’ I E S S / — G ilb e r t oc«i»r>ieht iiw bi Aib«ti«h-*, »,I(K.AlinijhUB«t»*y,tf I • A v u u u iu nn r - ■ «*i UcDMdwMt ! i S S S S , 'K £ , S S K , " J : S ****** ******‘^' —t Janet Lc Lee Chifi M j 15 0Z. 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? . ^ A T ^ (AP) - — — A f ig i — L eaders of the nation’s Bc clt- dent of-the l e a ^ e !, , s said city officials see pn iro- .Speakers Includc thi th e Rev. J ^ e Jackson and am ■ {leS; M d towns, thrcj ireatened by talk of taxOs c-law ' posals In'C ongress ----- ‘changes-and-faclngtl 1 to to_fQKc_2.balancedJcden jra l., Colorado-Gov-.Richari lard.L am m —BuL,.most_of.thi g the loss'of blllIons'‘IoT«Ief 3 e ^ budget, without raising sing taxes as spelling lhe end en four d ays of meetings- gs-will be spent In workshop: ^ I d , gathered. Snlur£ ;urday to begin setting the j a p i ^ B o y s T o w n p l a n s O m a hHa a e y q ^ n s i o n th eir for m any of th e uurban' r programs that hav ave on v arious.'Issues sii such as finding. m oney t< __ ]poUcy on national uirban r ^ issues. . / escaped the budget aax x ! so far.- replace I federal aid, 1, how I to m ake cities mlore on OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ') — Boys 'Town. In the 66 16 h< hom es on bic m lle-square ing- froiri ■tfie 'h b m t i ^ ai an d ‘'They have to reaJiz alizc th ere is a continuing fe< fedr. liveable, and debate j ^ I e s s to soaring co: e c over c itie s’ investm ents s in ii which has been hoi lome to IC.OOO cam pus wcs west of O m aha to 530. - costs for m unicipal insurani ance eral role In the opera eratlon o f.cities-and the p)ro- n com panies doing buslm iiness with South Africa, youngstdrs since jt w. w as founded in on th e' agenda la f o rth e n e a rly 4,000 maVoi yors. - blem s we’re facin g g," ," Volnovlch, 'a Republlcai , -1917, will build 10 hous Lises and change Currently nlly. 401 boys and 34 girls city council m em ben M rs an d other officials atte P i^ I d e n t Reaganj itten* . said In an Interview before bel arriving here. ni 'w h o visited" S eattle '“ las I an office building into 0 living units so live on cam pus. Boys Town also has H ing. th e annual conference co of the Nation lonal .. .■*‘Uhfortunnte ly ._.a a _„ M onday t o . ra ise i m oney—for W ashington’] lo t of our constltuteni ItcSnservemorechlldt dren. a family y he h o m iin -T allah assec, Fla., .Leagiie of Cities. a re n 't aw are of h oIW w ' freshm an R epublican these federal d o n ^ hav an -S e n . Slade G orton’s re . The «-mllllon-pro]ec ccl-wlll in crease and plans ms lo build three m ore In i.iU p p eh n o st in the m inds of m any leader ders,; been touching th e ir llv '•election cardpaign, tui lives one w ay o r another," h turned down an invitation ” ti “ the-mjmbet.c.‘/^~ ^*^ ;^ ..g lr ls served Orlando. i.Fla; Fl; ..... I h o u ^ , a re a sci scries of movea..;-a*opLi; address th e g a th e rin g have a big Jo}? to . com m unicat 15: . — ^ a s W o g to n -w h lc h rfo -— ?=' ^ d -to -c it!e s ovM-'U V th e iflrs l-n v e y e a ^ ^ frttl h r ^ T l i e C o i ig r e s T O"n T ^ tles .Is being held-at-th ^ e a ^ s l ^ H o r ^ t ^ r g oovem w m en tal-affalrsrw h irn c R eegah adm inlstratlo Itlon. leave local govem mlents en Seattle C enter, a plty-owficd clt\ cultural, and _Mi •niWTf Itnn w l^ gM h'n hrTng« ags-litU c-cncouragem enl- fo ------ scrambllng'to-hangl ig'On to W h a n e d e ra l' suppo )port ventlon com plex spre. pread over several blocks;^ ^ n r - c l t y Officials hoping g 'to I preserve pro g ram s-lik they can. -----------the site 0f-tht^J962rV 2rWorld's- Pair.: 'Rie^meefin ! c d t e i » e t ^ TOg" igeneral* TCvenuc" snar ia r i n ^ a nd~fcderal^id~blocl ''C le v e la n d M ayor r G eorge Volnovlch, pres tresl- form ally opens Sunday JayandendsWednesday. ■ grants.^, • ; ___ , . 5v .... TWIN FALLS__ / - _ z 210 2ND AVE. S. < 733-0132 |poct< :ofs e n t iic iz e fc a re r e’fo r m s ■ C e r t i f i e d P u b l i c^ A c c o u n t a n t :!i'wASHINGTON (AP AP) — Two-thirds Inflation Ion; also show a sh arp drop I ■-tif ‘ th e doctors resj: •espondlng to an the.avei vcraBo lenm h ot t o s p l t j slay !uivs A t h a n k y o5 i u i s ' e x t e n d e d t; o m y c l i e n t s f o r A m erican.. ’Medical c at A s ^ la tlo n . ior older 3er people served by M edicare. 'fe. " t F i e i r t r u s t i a n d ‘p a t r o n a g e oc v e r t n e m a n y purvey say M edicare are recipients a re ■ Thc I fi AMA survey said th at tw( . gpttlng . ’ppprei: carc :are In hospitals th ird s i i of those responding cite :itw i-- y e a r s t h a t I :t i h a v e ^ s e r v f c e d t hl e m i n . t h e . M a g i c ..D ^ a u se of Daymen le n f reform s in- deterior; iorating quality of c arc unde ftUtuted by ihc Reag Bagan a d m ln ls tra -' the new CW sysiem , bul 34 p erccni saS sal ValteV : I-w ^il ill c o n t i n u e , p r p V i v: l d i n g y o u w i t h tjon.': quality y rem ained the sam e o r im- in' s e r v i c e in 1 a u d i t i n g , b o ioo l l < k e e p i n g , t a x , T' A T eport to^be pr presented to th e' proved, d. p r e p a r a t i o n ac n d t a x a n d e s t aat ti e p l a n n i h g r a s I AMA; House 61 Delee ilegates this week -..... .says-thaL66-perccnt:c nt:of:thosc:respon-;---i|^5X ny-physlcians ;; -T n o ifle u re .^ a ...........-.............^ .............. 1 ^ h a v e - b e e n - s 5i ii n c e = 1 9 5 8 . - ' - ■ ■fflng said the quality i reported "ad m in lstraliv -------- Ira s -d e te ^ ra te d -s in c u re —to -lim it-iab o rato ry tcsl ..................... .............. 5 a j aW elocaiidh since e 1 9 7 9 ----------- (Ion cof ^ th e " so-cali( alied prospective P" cdicarc patients as one w ay c paym ent system that hat lim its hospital hoIdlnR( )g down costs, thc report said. r ' , 4 0 9 3 r d S t . N ^ . _ {payments for Medlcar care patients.--------:— An'd“ I“ ‘ ‘53rpercent“ ’said~ th ere wa was -!< B ut an adm lnistrat :ration spokesm an pressure ure lo discharge patients earl} arly. T W irr F a l l s , I! ID ^ ( d th e report as s described d by a HoH-evei ver, 32 pcrcenl said discharg arge •to be speculative, policies cs had. changed for the bettc etter- 7 3 3 - 4 2 0 8 - ^^l?h‘little ^hard data jta to-support the under • th tl e new system , with 25 per- pei (sncluslons. He said Id I the adm lnlstra- cent noli loticing no changc. ,tTon h as seen no cond jnciusivfe evidence >d''deterloriatlncix-Band i PortabU ble Radio , ^ Palrolm an'’ SW-6 p by 'RRe ealisllc ' • . i l r , ■ ‘d f o j C HISlWQS t o : ? 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