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I- ^ ■ developed by an industry-pilot task'force appointed by " search for tfw inmates. Mina, ai; Mii_ near Colorado Sprm^reoio: pnj pofrionsmfthrnmthprn--and ctnr—n WBeach TFlu V,’69;'ana T6]edor Ohio; Bam was scattered over southwest trol Plains. OUicrwi HC'neur normal The extriii lent through the period. a longtime Reagan adviser who no one among all ^ose cx- Although Mrs. VAvrk- ;;r;rrr-=;-x:;ri.-.-ji- -r — — * Mail rnformalion nr Times . citing a 1981 doubt." ’ lawsuit and ordered the suit rein- ruling by the Idaho Supremo Court, preliminary hearings, the de- stated, ruled that was permissible.

Widely scnl- Cered showers in the valleys today will not enu. Reagan mado'ho served asdeputv Whi te Hous e chi e f nf there m look after hi m as an mention of the recent bwks, her com- -staff.-also-hare-writtcn books appear^-to-^spond-to-tho-- -ing Jobks-ot-Ulcrinside-the'Reagan — 0^fl: Sfl H:bl Do^m^pn_deal . critid8m-of-;her- forceful White House, which included refer- P^'i^ssures of holding the role, in the view of some White House — — . reason to cross-exam- District Judge James Herndon •pu e j ■ .

White supremacist says he’s conspiracy target BOISE (AP) — White supremacist ' Keith Gilbert says he isn't about to apologize to onyone'fo? And-ha-maintains-that-his-prison these people to shut me up and get me out of town," he told (J. District r Rynn, shb'rtly afler he was sentenced to an extra 16 months State receives AIDS grant BOISE (AP) - The Idaho Department of Hcalth and Welfare has receive d a 8.000 grant fromj Lh^federal J^ent V^ trol to establish new programs for prevention of acquired immune de-.

Falls, Idaho Friday, June 10, 1988 Korean march attempt-fuels— blazing^battle - Tb(u\ssodato JPre8S dragged away ])y comrades ;or ’ slumped exhausted against walls.: uth Korea — Radical Student leaders said at least five pro*; tn g hiindr pd B of fire* testers were hurt serioudy. 20,000 students stormed o R the Yon; -- Other students pelted police with campus, and more volleys came - rocks and broken bricks as lines of from 15 armored vans. - Police .umuiij M Uie sprnwli Hg ' Undor a string oftightii,archa«o Ii«Uc«t«ty.remov«.th«-layer» of hlstory*rich soil at Witabn Butte Cave . quest at-Wilson-Bufe — — — — Crew peeling back mitlehiurfis in cave „ - compu S after the government banned . " etndenta r,™.n«„«„o,™o T.«e« the unification mnreh do a threet to fj""*'"* sas utte Cevc ' netioherooourily.'Viciou B flghting ft«t -swept over the econo- like; fog ! to confirm that there are still undis- aider alternative of empaneling turbed areas," ' says Bryan.

^ — bomba tried to march' to' comm'unisf "Students took two captueff'onicera] North Korea on Friday as riot.police away with their and their fired volleys of teor gos to drive them fate was not known. About 6,000 students, yelling anti- • Running clashes were reported ^encan slogans and shouting Thursday in at least eight provinciri TJmte our fatherland, tried to march cities between police and students try* out of Yonsei University m Seoul ing to reach the coital for the m Urc K- ' ' head, for the Jjorder.30 m Uea to : the 'More than 200‘'studi? Other stu; rlqf.troopers battled to drive them dents trying to r^ach the campus ba^ into the schoo l. erupted ot tho school Thursdey when henks and glowed orange when e fire. Stqdcnte armed with wooden and to prevent them from assembling. Vt.iy, irinar-nf^l^i V-ilp Tnf g*— Walsh-lnntifipri TIS Hjfitri ct Judge' was limited to the soi l’s-upper layers. “We've twojuries for one trial of the fired Na- ' found that there is’still a lot hero;" , tional Security, Council aide and his A lot of sweat and diri was ex- former boss. pended before the, archaeologists Walsh, who also proposed a joint coul3 reach this optimistic conclusion, two-jury trial for arms dealers Albert Gruhn, Bryan and their fo'ur pereon, Hakim and Richard V.

'pie new strains found by the re- 'searchcrs Tinj'both'Stninis'of human unm uhod e ficicnc y virus two, This virus is a subtype of the HIVl that is blamed for the AIDS epidemic in the United States. ' wniduc L^_,_: for diod^ oitto grounds o S ’ ■ ■ m osaxu^i: Js vidja ui jtf .hirtoric--: :.-,lha-25^jud^. iiotitled torthe ' ’ not state a tlte against gorimin^i dbcriini nation . L formlmaneuvers m sophisticated flight simulators duf- . The crash occurred near Hittistetton village in the Krcumbach district, 50 miles west of Munich, said Senate^liinits Jietests ' - WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate passed ond sent to President Reagan on Thursday legislation that , would limit the use of lie-detector tests by private em-- ployers. Comas Rmirlehnd Wood Rivor • Partly qjoudy today with Isolated aftomoon showers. C., and tamoon lampcrnlures in tho 60s and, 54 degrees less than Monday's record . Koll* by The -T'^Bwiii Jtl Plirf Ofr-Of Viciaf Tntr Tinirt Simry” ncw.paprr pumtinnl lo . Thunidny i-i hnrby drtlcrn Us J-44 l»u* day o TUii- wit-V of _whlch Jn! uncle, Cruse Galindo, and was sentenced to up to 14 years in ■prison; the beating. b Aw^Ka H at ^ 'h inventofy control ®h® ^ , calendars.

Both HIVl'and Hf V2 have been found in AIDS patients in Africa, but only one patient has been found in the United State's to bo in fe cted with HIV2, That patient, who died in this country, is believed to have been in- . — Levy--Baid-hi8-groap“Ifio Iated”il S“ strain of Hl V^from a blood sam ple talceh from a nat Iv Fbf Mali w Ho was hospitalized in Ivory Coast, a West Af- rican nation. details'of ite 'vtte.'-No date ' 7hs Tatij Bl-agiw Htfe^0“^ tntearin g. “ing training or at an annual refresher course and to fly 3 Canadians escape prison i MONTREAL (AP) — Three inmates shot a guard and took two hostages Thursday while escaping from one of Canada’s oldest and most notorious prisons. a power line Thursday and crashed in a field along a heavily traveled highway, ' killing its three-man American crew, a military spokes- monsaid. The legislation, which was approved 68-24, also would prevent employers from taking adverse actions Spokesman Sgt. Light winds in tho morning becoming west from 10 to 16 mph in the afternoon. Partly cloudy ' toaight and Saturday with isolated ; showors. high- Flint, Mich., tied a_rac=rd law of ■■onc.mchhoi Ut Limn^^^^^^^ _ high. complete investigations and get into have rejected tho preliminary hearing ' - ; Martba, the sister, testified at the lengthy cro.'ss-examination. and 0 junlori Bonior high school gopendoni business poople P(otoj S|onai Stan at inito ^ ^ schedule and conduct lours music loachor.

• Jacobs is one of nine people arrested earlier and'charged-with con-** spiracy dating bacl Tto.1988 to manul'acturc and distnbute a con- ' trolled substanco'mcthamphctaminc.

-Funds set-fpi^ldaho trail ^ t ■' WASHINGTON (AP) — A House Ap^prlaiions subcommittee has approved nearly million for construction of the Idaho-Wash- ' ington Centennial TVail. The subcommittee action on Wednesday, which must still be*'tj'n- dorsed by the full Appropriations Committee and both houses of Con- gress, earmarked over

-Funds set-fpi^ldaho trail ^ t ■' WASHINGTON (AP) — A House Ap^prlaiions subcommittee has approved nearly $5 million for construction of the Idaho-Wash- ' ington Centennial TVail. The subcommittee action on Wednesday, which must still be*'tj'n- dorsed by the full Appropriations Committee and both houses of Con- gress, earmarked over $1.3 million toward the $2.4 million cost of the trail in Idaho and $3.6 million toward the $7.4 million cost in Wash- ington. 'frir»nn rntirni K^IIt ’ IM cootacl P ot Ram sc y 324-43 01 orivo truck and Iront ond WESTERN REALTY REDUCEOI TB1. • • sure wc Tl be a good friend of whoever; ' • "It’s clear that the vice president you decide to elect.” However, 'noting The presidential contenders looked doesn’t think that his own record or Dukakis’ ability to speak Spanish flu^ ' “ffddilioh Bl'hoar3followlngtralntngnnd-rchcckoiirtastr~prl5on~=^cre‘found walking on a road o Bou TSO' called "initial operating experience." The FAA requires southeast of the prison, simulator tests of pilots and initial operating experi- Fournier said earlier the guard taken hostage was , ence of copilots who work for major airlines. Scu Ui win'da from 10 to 20 mph ahif Ung to the west in late morning. Partly cloudy tonight and Satur- ' day, breo^ ond cooler with isolated . ^ • the western Plains and in the Colo- the Tennessee Valley and northern other record lows for the datb rado Rockies. *.- — ihem-the-lob-on-wheole-beceu Be-Wi — ^mal-bonesr^ : Icmporaturcn ore cxpvctcd neroits tho state through Tuesdiiy. Otherwl M dry weather is lent tiirousl Torecast in the valleys Saturday ivrcd showc through Tuesday ns high pressure re- w Ml not cnui builds over tho stale. In another decision released Thurs- the defense, hcr'preliminary hearing pose is to make a finding of probable doiy, tho court unanimously reversed , -testimohywas admitted at Elisondo’s cause, as contrasted with the estab- - a~7th~~Di 5 tr i c t ' Court~dcci8ion"in a' trial and he was convicted. ‘ believed wounded by gunfire, but later denied i L The changes ore among improvemehts to pilot rules Police throughout the Montreal area launched • a ' ' ' ' " • • • - .... S mall had was rep orted ^kansas and as farwes T m the ca M-_ Thursdoy were Duluth. Temperntun-s ’ wi-ntlicr is f will bo above normal in southewstom urdny throu Idaho today. lishment of guilt beyond a reasonable Bingham County medical malpractice The Court of Appeals. - Wilson Butte's 16,000-year-old arti- facts were first discovered during a 1959-60 excavation led by archaeolo-’ gist Ruth Gruhn. Some scien- tists, however, remain skeptical of Gruhn's findings. • -“There’s one- thing-on-which any first lady must be a stone wall: The first lady is first of all a wife." she said in a speech delivered to about 1,000. Circuit Court of Ap*- • pellato court bad ever rearii^ concldilon.'; • The ormed serri^’ right to bs M disdiarges. Sanun Afy: , The leat Ung edge of another sto rm ■ ■ western border ‘Thunday aftomoon. the voles, ho ently, r Vrias nddqd, "Perhaps it’s easi' AOchael puk^s pledging a better re- needs in November," said Dukakis er, we can get along in the same lan- ^lationship^ith Cogtral America and spokesman Leslie Dac^h._ , guage. Reagan bad U fend off White House aides and oth- also basic personal rights every pro- ‘"'^ted to discuss her role as ers while Reagan has ' nicuperated sident should not be denied." she said “''Stlady.andshechosetoteli 'herau- from a variety of medical procedures, “As a wife. Reagan bad from a variety of medical procedures, including the surj^ry he underwent ns much right to a normal recupern- '®-’^^jy PE-B^9P^‘^-Tcnnzo_she_is_fir8t In .i.looc — u ** and foremost a wife and that she in July I9M to remove u malignant tipn as any other husband. “The problem seems getting worse," Tribal Land Use Com- mission membcr Emalinc George sold. - Gruhn has returned to Wilson Butte with her husband, Allen Bryan, after n 28-year hiatus in hopes of si- lencing the doubting Thomases. « m '^^^^Cm'atfbn^wetyfronrtfa'nferlt^^qld-fae better to . spouses of participants in the World Gas Conference meeting i_n Washing- ten.._,. as White House chief of • staff.” ; Regan wrote that her interest in as- ' trologylcd her to take a direct hand in- tho preparation of the president’s schedule a'hd the timing' of,, 'among other things, the signing of the. S.- Soviet treaty eliminating medium- range nuclear weapons from the su- perpowers' arsenals. oh bomosezual coadud : has been upheld by the courth: Bat'' -the ^po&le-court, in-acaseihvid V'L- area, said tto Arinys'r^- . Tho storm produced warm tom- — — pefa Ui W-aad-strong-gusty^inds— thraughout Muthem,ldnho. j Morning fog opd cloudy skiorikopt , temperatures 20 degrees cooler in tli« ' . That helps.; ; Republican George Bush traveling to -Recent polls show the vice pro- Dukakis' discussion with Arias* _TIew-York state and north . I believe my husband has hardest rol6s The firs t lady 's press socrotniy,. tumor growing in his'.colon, ns well as "No first ladv need mako nnoloirips t akes care of him (tho president) d s -dunng-lhe-ietupere Uuii fpr Jookingpu't'husband’a.per-. - Mostly prunings, old furniture and full trash bags, the dumping has really begun to offend tribal leaders since piles of waste were re- — cently disctn'crcd-near old-burial grounds, -hunting and-fishing4iroas: and protected sites like the Cedars just west of the did Fort Hall townsite. • , BOISE-(AP) — The Idaho Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the use of testimony from a preliminary hoaring in a later criminal trial where the witness was not availoblc to testi- fy ■- - - Because of the rather informal and- prcliminary nature of a. wepbovice: \ Pfivaio room In llconsod Country SMo Living Conior' -j J! An archaeological excavotion is cur- 1 • rentiy underway which m av help con-J — firn Hhat-prehistoric-niai L.visitet Ltbfi_ cave 15,000 years ago. • | ■ Since the initial excavation, ama* _ ' “ ' ~ * j leur. oclors-hai.'e-deslroy Dd many 1 of the cave's artifacts. In court 'papers, Walsh said his pro- posal for two dual-juiy trials “would meet the court’s interest in protecting the rights of the defendants while hi- Icviating the enormous burdens on the government of trying each de- fendant se^cn'tially." In a two-jury trii U, one panel would hear the evidence against -one dc- ' • See NORTH on Page A2 - First lady should be a wife first, Nancy declares I Court wilt reconsider Loa Angeles Times r WASHIN GTON ' First 'lady Nancy Reagan, in her most extensive defenso-cf. Lows tonight in the mid 40s to low 60s, Higha today in * the upper 60i te'near 100. N&VAOA: Por Uy cloudy with n chance of a rain ahowor west todoy, , Oeeasi ORol'high cloudiness over the--- ontiro area ori Saturday. Twin Falls, Idaho A-3 Idaho -Briefly^ — ^ ■ Police drop : drag charges • BOISE (AP) — Questions about the way police obtained evidence have prompted the city of Boisc'to drop misdemeanor drug posses* ' sion charges against a teen-ager who may have been wrongly linked .giving drags to three children. He was being held in the-Bingbam County Jail in lieu of SSO. Authorities said Bell was driving a motorcyde Tuesdaiy evening _when_ CQlvin.as-the-boy-wa Iked-along-the-residential— street. Boll faces a maximum penalty of seven years in prison and $7,000 in fines on the manslaughter charge and five years in prison and $5,000 in fines on each of the other two charges along with suspen- sion of his drive rs license for one to five years.

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-Funds set-fpi^ldaho trail ^ t ■' WASHINGTON (AP) — A House Ap^prlaiions subcommittee has approved nearly $5 million for construction of the Idaho-Wash- ' ington Centennial TVail. The subcommittee action on Wednesday, which must still be*'tj'n- dorsed by the full Appropriations Committee and both houses of Con- gress, earmarked over $1.3 million toward the $2.4 million cost of the trail in Idaho and $3.6 million toward the $7.4 million cost in Wash- ington. 'frir»nn rntirni K^IIt ’ IM cootacl P ot Ram sc y 324-43 01 orivo truck and Iront ond WESTERN REALTY REDUCEOI TB1.

• • sure wc Tl be a good friend of whoever; ' • "It’s clear that the vice president you decide to elect.” However, 'noting The presidential contenders looked doesn’t think that his own record or Dukakis’ ability to speak Spanish flu^ ' “ffddilioh Bl'hoar3followlngtralntngnnd-rchcckoiirtastr~prl5on~=^cre‘found walking on a road o Bou TSO' called "initial operating experience." The FAA requires southeast of the prison, simulator tests of pilots and initial operating experi- Fournier said earlier the guard taken hostage was , ence of copilots who work for major airlines. Scu Ui win'da from 10 to 20 mph ahif Ung to the west in late morning. Partly cloudy tonight and Satur- ' day, breo^ ond cooler with isolated . ^ • the western Plains and in the Colo- the Tennessee Valley and northern other record lows for the datb rado Rockies. *.- — ihem-the-lob-on-wheole-beceu Be-Wi — ^mal-bonesr^ : Icmporaturcn ore cxpvctcd neroits tho state through Tuesdiiy. Otherwl M dry weather is lent tiirousl Torecast in the valleys Saturday ivrcd showc through Tuesday ns high pressure re- w Ml not cnui builds over tho stale. In another decision released Thurs- the defense, hcr'preliminary hearing pose is to make a finding of probable doiy, tho court unanimously reversed , -testimohywas admitted at Elisondo’s cause, as contrasted with the estab- - a~7th~~Di 5 tr i c t ' Court~dcci8ion"in a' trial and he was convicted.

‘ believed wounded by gunfire, but later denied i L The changes ore among improvemehts to pilot rules Police throughout the Montreal area launched • a ' ' ' ' " • • • - .... S mall had was rep orted ^kansas and as farwes T m the ca M-_ Thursdoy were Duluth. Temperntun-s ’ wi-ntlicr is f will bo above normal in southewstom urdny throu Idaho today. lishment of guilt beyond a reasonable Bingham County medical malpractice The Court of Appeals.

- Wilson Butte's 16,000-year-old arti- facts were first discovered during a 1959-60 excavation led by archaeolo-’ gist Ruth Gruhn. Some scien- tists, however, remain skeptical of Gruhn's findings. • -“There’s one- thing-on-which any first lady must be a stone wall: The first lady is first of all a wife." she said in a speech delivered to about 1,000. Circuit Court of Ap*- • pellato court bad ever rearii^ concldilon.'; • The ormed serri^’ right to bs M disdiarges. Sanun Afy: , The leat Ung edge of another sto rm ■ ■ western border ‘Thunday aftomoon. the voles, ho ently, r Vrias nddqd, "Perhaps it’s easi' AOchael puk^s pledging a better re- needs in November," said Dukakis er, we can get along in the same lan- ^lationship^ith Cogtral America and spokesman Leslie Dac^h._ , guage. Reagan bad U fend off White House aides and oth- also basic personal rights every pro- ‘"'^ted to discuss her role as ers while Reagan has ' nicuperated sident should not be denied." she said “''Stlady.andshechosetoteli 'herau- from a variety of medical procedures, “As a wife. Reagan bad from a variety of medical procedures, including the surj^ry he underwent ns much right to a normal recupern- '®-’^^jy PE-B^9P^‘^-Tcnnzo_she_is_fir8t In .i.looc — u ** and foremost a wife and that she in July I9M to remove u malignant tipn as any other husband. “The problem seems getting worse," Tribal Land Use Com- mission membcr Emalinc George sold.

- Gruhn has returned to Wilson Butte with her husband, Allen Bryan, after n 28-year hiatus in hopes of si- lencing the doubting Thomases. « m '^^^^Cm'atfbn^wetyfronrtfa'nferlt^^qld-fae better to . spouses of participants in the World Gas Conference meeting i_n Washing- ten.._,. as White House chief of • staff.” ; Regan wrote that her interest in as- ' trologylcd her to take a direct hand in- tho preparation of the president’s schedule a'hd the timing' of,, 'among other things, the signing of the. S.- Soviet treaty eliminating medium- range nuclear weapons from the su- perpowers' arsenals. oh bomosezual coadud : has been upheld by the courth: Bat'' -the ^po&le-court, in-acaseihvid V'L- area, said tto Arinys'r^- . Tho storm produced warm tom- — — pefa Ui W-aad-strong-gusty^inds— thraughout Muthem,ldnho. j Morning fog opd cloudy skiorikopt , temperatures 20 degrees cooler in tli« ' . That helps.; ; Republican George Bush traveling to -Recent polls show the vice pro- Dukakis' discussion with Arias* _TIew-York state and north . I believe my husband has hardest rol6s The firs t lady 's press socrotniy,. tumor growing in his'.colon, ns well as "No first ladv need mako nnoloirips t akes care of him (tho president) d s -dunng-lhe-ietupere Uuii fpr Jookingpu't'husband’a.per-. - Mostly prunings, old furniture and full trash bags, the dumping has really begun to offend tribal leaders since piles of waste were re- — cently disctn'crcd-near old-burial grounds, -hunting and-fishing4iroas: and protected sites like the Cedars just west of the did Fort Hall townsite. • , BOISE-(AP) — The Idaho Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the use of testimony from a preliminary hoaring in a later criminal trial where the witness was not availoblc to testi- fy ■- - - Because of the rather informal and- prcliminary nature of a. wepbovice: \ Pfivaio room In llconsod Country SMo Living Conior' -j J!

An archaeological excavotion is cur- 1 • rentiy underway which m av help con-J — firn Hhat-prehistoric-niai L.visitet Ltbfi_ cave 15,000 years ago. • | ■ Since the initial excavation, ama* _ ' “ ' ~ * j leur. oclors-hai.'e-deslroy Dd many 1 of the cave's artifacts. In court 'papers, Walsh said his pro- posal for two dual-juiy trials “would meet the court’s interest in protecting the rights of the defendants while hi- Icviating the enormous burdens on the government of trying each de- fendant se^cn'tially." In a two-jury trii U, one panel would hear the evidence against -one dc- ' • See NORTH on Page A2 - First lady should be a wife first, Nancy declares I Court wilt reconsider Loa Angeles Times r WASHIN GTON ' First 'lady Nancy Reagan, in her most extensive defenso-cf. Lows tonight in the mid 40s to low 60s, Higha today in * the upper 60i te'near 100. N&VAOA: Por Uy cloudy with n chance of a rain ahowor west todoy, , Oeeasi ORol'high cloudiness over the--- ontiro area ori Saturday. Twin Falls, Idaho A-3 Idaho -Briefly^ — ^ ■ Police drop : drag charges • BOISE (AP) — Questions about the way police obtained evidence have prompted the city of Boisc'to drop misdemeanor drug posses* ' sion charges against a teen-ager who may have been wrongly linked .giving drags to three children. He was being held in the-Bingbam County Jail in lieu of SSO. Authorities said Bell was driving a motorcyde Tuesdaiy evening _when_ CQlvin.as-the-boy-wa Iked-along-the-residential— street. Boll faces a maximum penalty of seven years in prison and $7,000 in fines on the manslaughter charge and five years in prison and $5,000 in fines on each of the other two charges along with suspen- sion of his drive rs license for one to five years.

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-Funds set-fpi^ldaho trail ^ t ■' WASHINGTON (AP) — A House Ap^prlaiions subcommittee has approved nearly $5 million for construction of the Idaho-Wash- ' ington Centennial TVail. The subcommittee action on Wednesday, which must still be*'tj'n- dorsed by the full Appropriations Committee and both houses of Con- gress, earmarked over $1.3 million toward the $2.4 million cost of the trail in Idaho and $3.6 million toward the $7.4 million cost in Wash- ington. 'frir»nn rntirni K^IIt ’ IM cootacl P ot Ram sc y 324-43 01 orivo truck and Iront ond WESTERN REALTY REDUCEOI TB1.

• • sure wc Tl be a good friend of whoever; ' • "It’s clear that the vice president you decide to elect.” However, 'noting The presidential contenders looked doesn’t think that his own record or Dukakis’ ability to speak Spanish flu^ ' “ffddilioh Bl'hoar3followlngtralntngnnd-rchcckoiirtastr~prl5on~=^cre‘found walking on a road o Bou TSO' called "initial operating experience." The FAA requires southeast of the prison, simulator tests of pilots and initial operating experi- Fournier said earlier the guard taken hostage was , ence of copilots who work for major airlines. Scu Ui win'da from 10 to 20 mph ahif Ung to the west in late morning. Partly cloudy tonight and Satur- ' day, breo^ ond cooler with isolated . ^ • the western Plains and in the Colo- the Tennessee Valley and northern other record lows for the datb rado Rockies. *.- — ihem-the-lob-on-wheole-beceu Be-Wi — ^mal-bonesr^ : Icmporaturcn ore cxpvctcd neroits tho state through Tuesdiiy. Otherwl M dry weather is lent tiirousl Torecast in the valleys Saturday ivrcd showc through Tuesday ns high pressure re- w Ml not cnui builds over tho stale. In another decision released Thurs- the defense, hcr'preliminary hearing pose is to make a finding of probable doiy, tho court unanimously reversed , -testimohywas admitted at Elisondo’s cause, as contrasted with the estab- - a~7th~~Di 5 tr i c t ' Court~dcci8ion"in a' trial and he was convicted.

‘ believed wounded by gunfire, but later denied i L The changes ore among improvemehts to pilot rules Police throughout the Montreal area launched • a ' ' ' ' " • • • - .... S mall had was rep orted ^kansas and as farwes T m the ca M-_ Thursdoy were Duluth. Temperntun-s ’ wi-ntlicr is f will bo above normal in southewstom urdny throu Idaho today. lishment of guilt beyond a reasonable Bingham County medical malpractice The Court of Appeals.

- Wilson Butte's 16,000-year-old arti- facts were first discovered during a 1959-60 excavation led by archaeolo-’ gist Ruth Gruhn. Some scien- tists, however, remain skeptical of Gruhn's findings. • -“There’s one- thing-on-which any first lady must be a stone wall: The first lady is first of all a wife." she said in a speech delivered to about 1,000. Circuit Court of Ap*- • pellato court bad ever rearii^ concldilon.'; • The ormed serri^’ right to bs M disdiarges. Sanun Afy: , The leat Ung edge of another sto rm ■ ■ western border ‘Thunday aftomoon. the voles, ho ently, r Vrias nddqd, "Perhaps it’s easi' AOchael puk^s pledging a better re- needs in November," said Dukakis er, we can get along in the same lan- ^lationship^ith Cogtral America and spokesman Leslie Dac^h._ , guage. Reagan bad U fend off White House aides and oth- also basic personal rights every pro- ‘"'^ted to discuss her role as ers while Reagan has ' nicuperated sident should not be denied." she said “''Stlady.andshechosetoteli 'herau- from a variety of medical procedures, “As a wife. Reagan bad from a variety of medical procedures, including the surj^ry he underwent ns much right to a normal recupern- '®-’^^jy PE-B^9P^‘^-Tcnnzo_she_is_fir8t In .i.looc — u ** and foremost a wife and that she in July I9M to remove u malignant tipn as any other husband. “The problem seems getting worse," Tribal Land Use Com- mission membcr Emalinc George sold.

.3 million toward the .4 million cost of the trail in Idaho and .6 million toward the .4 million cost in Wash- ington. 'frir»nn rntirni K^IIt ’ IM cootacl P ot Ram sc y 324-43 01 orivo truck and Iront ond WESTERN REALTY REDUCEOI TB1.

• • sure wc Tl be a good friend of whoever; ' • "It’s clear that the vice president you decide to elect.” However, 'noting The presidential contenders looked doesn’t think that his own record or Dukakis’ ability to speak Spanish flu^ ' “ffddilioh Bl'hoar3followlngtralntngnnd-rchcckoiirtastr~prl5on~=^cre‘found walking on a road o Bou TSO' called "initial operating experience." The FAA requires southeast of the prison, simulator tests of pilots and initial operating experi- Fournier said earlier the guard taken hostage was , ence of copilots who work for major airlines. Scu Ui win'da from 10 to 20 mph ahif Ung to the west in late morning. Partly cloudy tonight and Satur- ' day, breo^ ond cooler with isolated . ^ • the western Plains and in the Colo- the Tennessee Valley and northern other record lows for the datb rado Rockies. *.- — ihem-the-lob-on-wheole-beceu Be-Wi — ^mal-bonesr^ : Icmporaturcn ore cxpvctcd neroits tho state through Tuesdiiy. Otherwl M dry weather is lent tiirousl Torecast in the valleys Saturday ivrcd showc through Tuesday ns high pressure re- w Ml not cnui builds over tho stale. In another decision released Thurs- the defense, hcr'preliminary hearing pose is to make a finding of probable doiy, tho court unanimously reversed , -testimohywas admitted at Elisondo’s cause, as contrasted with the estab- - a~7th~~Di 5 tr i c t ' Court~dcci8ion"in a' trial and he was convicted.

‘ believed wounded by gunfire, but later denied i L The changes ore among improvemehts to pilot rules Police throughout the Montreal area launched • a ' ' ' ' " • • • - .... S mall had was rep orted ^kansas and as farwes T m the ca M-_ Thursdoy were Duluth. Temperntun-s ’ wi-ntlicr is f will bo above normal in southewstom urdny throu Idaho today. lishment of guilt beyond a reasonable Bingham County medical malpractice The Court of Appeals.

- Wilson Butte's 16,000-year-old arti- facts were first discovered during a 1959-60 excavation led by archaeolo-’ gist Ruth Gruhn. Some scien- tists, however, remain skeptical of Gruhn's findings. • -“There’s one- thing-on-which any first lady must be a stone wall: The first lady is first of all a wife." she said in a speech delivered to about 1,000. Circuit Court of Ap*- • pellato court bad ever rearii^ concldilon.'; • The ormed serri^’ right to bs M disdiarges. Sanun Afy: , The leat Ung edge of another sto rm ■ ■ western border ‘Thunday aftomoon. the voles, ho ently, r Vrias nddqd, "Perhaps it’s easi' AOchael puk^s pledging a better re- needs in November," said Dukakis er, we can get along in the same lan- ^lationship^ith Cogtral America and spokesman Leslie Dac^h._ , guage. Reagan bad U fend off White House aides and oth- also basic personal rights every pro- ‘"'^ted to discuss her role as ers while Reagan has ' nicuperated sident should not be denied." she said “''Stlady.andshechosetoteli 'herau- from a variety of medical procedures, “As a wife. Reagan bad from a variety of medical procedures, including the surj^ry he underwent ns much right to a normal recupern- '®-’^^jy PE-B^9P^‘^-Tcnnzo_she_is_fir8t In .i.looc — u ** and foremost a wife and that she in July I9M to remove u malignant tipn as any other husband. “The problem seems getting worse," Tribal Land Use Com- mission membcr Emalinc George sold.

- Gruhn has returned to Wilson Butte with her husband, Allen Bryan, after n 28-year hiatus in hopes of si- lencing the doubting Thomases. « m '^^^^Cm'atfbn^wetyfronrtfa'nferlt^^qld-fae better to . spouses of participants in the World Gas Conference meeting i_n Washing- ten.._,. as White House chief of • staff.” ; Regan wrote that her interest in as- ' trologylcd her to take a direct hand in- tho preparation of the president’s schedule a'hd the timing' of,, 'among other things, the signing of the. S.- Soviet treaty eliminating medium- range nuclear weapons from the su- perpowers' arsenals. oh bomosezual coadud : has been upheld by the courth: Bat'' -the ^po&le-court, in-acaseihvid V'L- area, said tto Arinys'r^- . Tho storm produced warm tom- — — pefa Ui W-aad-strong-gusty^inds— thraughout Muthem,ldnho. j Morning fog opd cloudy skiorikopt , temperatures 20 degrees cooler in tli« ' . That helps.; ; Republican George Bush traveling to -Recent polls show the vice pro- Dukakis' discussion with Arias* _TIew-York state and north . I believe my husband has hardest rol6s The firs t lady 's press socrotniy,. tumor growing in his'.colon, ns well as "No first ladv need mako nnoloirips t akes care of him (tho president) d s -dunng-lhe-ietupere Uuii fpr Jookingpu't'husband’a.per-. - Mostly prunings, old furniture and full trash bags, the dumping has really begun to offend tribal leaders since piles of waste were re- — cently disctn'crcd-near old-burial grounds, -hunting and-fishing4iroas: and protected sites like the Cedars just west of the did Fort Hall townsite. • , BOISE-(AP) — The Idaho Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the use of testimony from a preliminary hoaring in a later criminal trial where the witness was not availoblc to testi- fy ■- - - Because of the rather informal and- prcliminary nature of a. wepbovice: \ Pfivaio room In llconsod Country SMo Living Conior' -j J!

An archaeological excavotion is cur- 1 • rentiy underway which m av help con-J — firn Hhat-prehistoric-niai L.visitet Ltbfi_ cave 15,000 years ago. • | ■ Since the initial excavation, ama* _ ' “ ' ~ * j leur. oclors-hai.'e-deslroy Dd many 1 of the cave's artifacts. In court 'papers, Walsh said his pro- posal for two dual-juiy trials “would meet the court’s interest in protecting the rights of the defendants while hi- Icviating the enormous burdens on the government of trying each de- fendant se^cn'tially." In a two-jury trii U, one panel would hear the evidence against -one dc- ' • See NORTH on Page A2 - First lady should be a wife first, Nancy declares I Court wilt reconsider Loa Angeles Times r WASHIN GTON ' First 'lady Nancy Reagan, in her most extensive defenso-cf. Lows tonight in the mid 40s to low 60s, Higha today in * the upper 60i te'near 100. N&VAOA: Por Uy cloudy with n chance of a rain ahowor west todoy, , Oeeasi ORol'high cloudiness over the--- ontiro area ori Saturday. Twin Falls, Idaho A-3 Idaho -Briefly^ — ^ ■ Police drop : drag charges • BOISE (AP) — Questions about the way police obtained evidence have prompted the city of Boisc'to drop misdemeanor drug posses* ' sion charges against a teen-ager who may have been wrongly linked .giving drags to three children. He was being held in the-Bingbam County Jail in lieu of SSO. Authorities said Bell was driving a motorcyde Tuesdaiy evening _when_ CQlvin.as-the-boy-wa Iked-along-the-residential— street. Boll faces a maximum penalty of seven years in prison and ,000 in fines on the manslaughter charge and five years in prison and ,000 in fines on each of the other two charges along with suspen- sion of his drive rs license for one to five years.

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