P^A14 Section by section The Awodatad Pret» Republicans sent tlie 2000 pres- idential race into the federal courts Saturday at the same time election officials in one of Florida's 67 counties laun^ed a laborious hand recount sought fay . The winner of the state stands to gain an electoral college majority and become the nation’s 43rd president The GOP suit cited a need to "preserve the ime^ity, equality, and finality” of the vote. 16 Opinion ..14^15 Section B Local 1-4 Obituaries ...2 ,toho/West.47 'Section C Sports ... Veterans Day ceremonies are celebrated the Uth hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, which marks the end of World War I at 11 a.m, Nov. The country commemorated the war|s end with Armistice Day but in 1954 rechristened Nov. ENTER- TAINMENT CENTER, cusiem made, solid oak, 72X52, 6.
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The few survivors among the 180 peo- ple on board apparently ran ilie opjxisiie way, evad- ing most of the smoke Ixting blown upward hy strong drafts pushing througli the tunnel. "Today is a day nf mourning," Rescuers were uiuihle to reach the car as the fire raged for hours, sending smoke spewing from the mouth of the tunnel below. u director Circulation phone lines arc open between 7 and 10 a.m. If you do not receive your paper by 7 a.m., call the number for your area: Burley-Rupen- Paul-Oak Jey. Eilers opposed past efforts to' establish a livcsto^ moratorium in Twin Falls County.
Page A2 Magic Valley Improvemanta: The Shoshone Falls Faric improvement pro- ject is sdiedided to get under way Monday. .5 Seniors 6 Twin Falls honors local veterans By Jennifer Sandmann Thne»Wewa writer TWIN FALLS - Veterans and active service men and women gathered in City Park with their families on a shivery morning Saturday for a Veterans Day ccr- _emoay.- . i A number of veterans assoda- I tions participated in a service that induded a color guard, gun salute and "taps." Former City Coundlman and World War n veteran Art Frantz recognized the sacrifices veter- ans made to preserve the free- doms Aoiericons enjoy today. 73 4-1934 p Iano • uigiial, Technics PX222; full size keyboard 3 yrs old and in oxc.
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The photos date to the dark- est days of World War H, when a tavern owner in Mcchonlcville, five miles north of here, began taking snapshots of servicemen who dropped by Ws place before heading overseas.
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