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The Adams County Record Obituary .I June 17, 1929 -April 13, 2012 Mildred "Mike" Irene Burt Moore slipped peacefully out of this world and into the waiting arms of her beloved husband Carl in the early morning of April 13. She was attended by several members of her loving family at the time of her passing. Mike was born in her grandparent's home in Fruitvale, ID, the third of six children. She loved her rural first saw her, walking in upbringing and being Council. He told a friend: part of a large family. "I'm going to marry her She graduated from someday" Luckily for Council High School in Carl he was a dashing 1946. It was about this young sailor, and she was time that Carl Moore taken with him as well. They married in Weiser in September 1946. Carl and Mike were happy, hard working, and adventurous throughout their life together. They told stories of Carl flying their plane to visit her family in Fruit-vale, and they would buzz the house to let her folks know to come pick them up at the airport. Their biggest adventure, though, was definitely their family. They had four children: Rick (Laurie), Randy (Jane), Carla (Tony), and Russ (]ulie). This naturally led to "the treasures of a long life" grandchildren: See MILDRED IRENE BURT MOORE, page 17 Know and Polling Place- Party - Ballot Choice IDAHO PRIMARY ELECTION MAY 15, 2012 OFFICIAL NOTICE State Law and Political Party Rules Have Changed The Republican Primary Election is open to registered Republicans only. The Democratic Primary Election is open to registered Democrats, members of other parties and unaffiliated voters. Unaffiliated voters, voters not registered with a party, may remain unaffiliated or select a party at their polling place on Election Day. All voters may vote the Non-Partisan Ballot including Judicial offices, bond and levy elections and local measures. Check your polling place on idahovotes.gov. Some polls have changed due to redistncting. www.idahovotes.gov For Official Voting Information and party registration forms )isit idahovotes.gov or contact your County Clerk. arty registration and ballot choice are public record. All Ballots and Polls are accessible - Bring your ID. Sponsored by the Idaho Secretary of State :es.gov Obituary March 4, 1950 - April 6, 2012 Raymond John Makinson, 62 of Payette passed away Friday, April 6, 2012 and will truly be missed by many. Ray was born in Ketchikan, Alaska on March 4, 1950. At the age of 6 the family moved to Nampa, Idaho. He attended Midway Grade School and one year at Vallivue High School before moving to Council, Idaho where he graduated from High School. Ray enjoyed the friends he made in Council and had many fond memories of those years. Ray served in the United States Navy from 1969 - 1973. He was stationed in Norfolk, V'rrginia and See Ray Makinson, page 17 Obituary Henry Loy Robinson III died April 11, 2012. He was born November 2, 1962 in San Diego, CA, and grew up in a number of locations, as his father was in the Navy. Robbie came to live in Council at least 12 years ago. Robbie is survived by his father, Sonny (Henry Loy Robinson II); his mother, Linda A. Corson; a sister, Tammy Sue Chandler; a brother, Stanley L. Robinson; and many nieces and nephews. Graveside services will be held at Janesville, CA (near Susanville). Robbie's friend and neighbor, Margaret Muller, wrote this tribute to Robbie: See Robbie Robinson, page 17 at The Record, door - (-