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Wednesday, April 18, 2012 Page 17 The Adams County Record ""* on Continued from page 16 are currently staffed on the forest, with the exception of Smith Mtn. These few remnants of Forest Service history are a mere fraction of the original number here on the Payette. In their hey- day, there were over 80 lookout locations on the forest with more than 50 of those locations containingpermanent structures. Finally there are two more, neither belonging to the Forest Service; No ' Business and Brundage Mountain. Both of these lookouts belong to SITPA (Southern Idaho Timber Protection Association) and were built by the CCC as Idaho's "Gold Lace Lookouts: The original lookout at Brundage was removed in the early 80's as the logs were getting rotten, and replaced with the current structure, similar to an R-6, but much more roomy. No Business remains the same as it was when it was constructed, and is quite a sight to see. Museum.] The other two are Pollock Mtn. and Sheepeater, these are both all galvanized steel construction and not extremely common. The last one that I will mention is Miners Pk., which was originally an L-4 cab. It was burned in 1985 because it was in too poor a condition to be fixed. The lookout currently in place was built in 1986-87 and was put in service in 1988, built as a completely different design, and put on a log basement. All of these lookouts Obituary Son i Continued from page 3 his family and friends. Ray was preceded in death by his father, John E Makinson, step- father, Vance Gibbs and mother Lucy Gibbs. He is survived by brothers, Ron (Donna), Ted and Ken Spencer and a sister Suzanne (Ken) Stans and by many nephews, nieces and cousins. Ray will be remembered as a kind, gentle person who cared lovingly for his step-father and mother during their last years. Graveside services will be held on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 11 am at Riverside Cemetery 1969 River Rd. Payette, Idaho with Pastor Rob Zaklan officiating. A reception will follow at the Bible Baptist Church 118 S. Main St. Payette, Idaho. Condolences may be sent to the family at www. Haren-Wood. Services are under the direction of the Haren-Wood Funeral Chapel, Payette. was assigned to the USS Austin where he traveled to many countries during his tour. He returned to Payette after the service, and began college at TVCC in Ontario, Oregon where he received a degree in Forestry. Shortly after college, he began his 33-year career with the City of Payette. He retired in 2010 and was looking forward to many years of woodworking, camping and fishing with Council Elementary Child Find Obituary Mildred Irene Burt Moore Continued from page 3 Rik, Cahn, Mira, Justin, Jessica, Jenny, Caleb, Mandy, Nichole, and Katy. Mike and Carl moved to Weiser in 1970. She started working for the City of Weiser in 1973. By 1977 she was Sr. Billing Clerk. The city soon got one of those new computer systems and Mike jumped right in and mastered this new technology with ease. In December of 1986 she was appointed as City Clerk of Weiser. She was proud to serve as City Clerk, and did a magnificent job until she retired in June of 1991. Mike loved her family more than anything, and in her later years, was especially thrilled by the visit of any of her great-grandchildren: Peyton, Kylie, Bodhi, Aeon, Lindsey, Mason, Kelton, Kaden, Maggie, and Rayce. Though the youngest, Aeon, never got to meet GG, she of course received one of Mike's beautifully handmade baby blankets, and Aeons pictures were proudly displayed. Mike was a wonderful cook and taught at least one daughterqn-law how to can tomatoes. She was also a talented quilter, and made beautifully embroidered items. Mike was proud of the many ribbons she won for her handiwork at different county fairs. She was a warm, loving woman who made friends with practically everyone she met. She should have had a revolving door to. her apartment in Weiser as there were people coming and going all day long. She greeted everyone with a warm smile, a cheerful hello and an invitation to sit and visit. She will be fondly remembered by her friends and family, and is already sorely missed. The family would like to especially thank Dr. Wootton, Dr. Hubele, Dr. Bruce, and the entire Critical Care Unit Team at St. Alphonsus Medical Center in Ontario for the exceptional care they provided during Mike's recent hospital stay. We are so grateful to each of you for easing her discomfort. Graveside services will be held Saturday, April 21, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at Hillcrest Cemetery in Weiser. Mike loved bright beautiful colors. In her honor, please feel free to wear bright colors to the service. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a donation to Rose Advocates, Love INC, The American Lung Association, or a charity of your choice. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.lienkaemper- Obituary .0 .0 Continued from page 3 A large hole was ripped into my heart this past week, with the sudden loss of my good friend, Robbie Robinson. I have known Robbie for the past 12 or so years, since he moved here to live with his Dad, Sonny Robinson. Robbie was a trusted, loyal friend. He was also my dog Spike's best friend, and cared for him when I went to Mexico for the winter. He was a good driver, and was always willing to escort me on trips to the valley so I wouldn't have to drive both ways. He had a very sharp mind and good memory for details, a real asset to me in recent years as my mind is not as good as it once was. He was my helper in unloading my car after a shopping trip, and nothing was too big or too heaW for him to handle. He was forever fixing my computer, something he was very good at. Robbie, you have gone away too soon. I will miss you every day. ............ ..... ................ .......... ......... Entry Deadline Friday, April 20th @ 4:30pro 100 Illinois Avenue, Council ID 208-253-6961 advertising@theadamscountyrecord.corn The Council Elementary School offers a special education pre- school program for developmentally delayed and/or handicapped children ages a-5 years. Parents wishing to have their child screened for this program should contact the Elementary School office at 253-4223. This is an ongoing process. The checklist below may be helpful in determining the eligibility of your child for this Special Education Service. SPEECH OR LANGUAGE -TALKING - If a child: - is not talking in short sentences by age four. - isn't understood by people outside the family by age five. HEARING - If a child: - usually turns the same ear toward sounds he wants to hear. - doesn't respond when called from another room. MOVING - If a child: -can,t walk up and down stairs by age three. -can't balance on one foot by age four -can't play ball by age five. SEEING - If a child: - often can't locate and pick up small objects within reach - frequently rubs eyes or complains. - holds head in a strained position when trying to look at an object. - tilts head to either side or thrusts head forward or backward. THINKING - If a child: - doesn't understand simple stories told or read by age three. - doesn't give reasonable answers about sleep or hunger by age four. - doesn't understand simple stories, directions or meanings of words. PERSONAL SOCIAL - If a child: - isn't aware of differences between male and female by age three or four. - doesn't respond to social contact made by familiar adults by age four or five. - doesn't describe his or her feelings. - doesn't choose his or her own friends by age four or five. AD/ FrlVE - If a child: - P ttng- doesn't obtain a drink from a tap or other sources by age three or four. - Dr$si doesn't button or unbutton clothing by themselves by age three or four. - Personal Responsibility - doesn't complete learning task having two or more steps by age four or five. - Toileting - doesn't sleep through the night without wetting the bed. !i