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Page 2 Wednesday, June 5, 2013 The Adams County Record Ed00.'r I'm Proud of our sheriff Dear Editor, I'm proud of our sheriff in Adams County. ! know there are prob- lems like budget, per- sonnel, equipment, and unforeseen daily situa- tions that make being sheriff a full time job, but there is a non-money and non-time-consum- ing aspect of the job that means more to me than anything. That's the sher- iff's oath stating he will uphold the constitution of the United States. An oath our sheriff fully intends to keep. Our sheriff knows our freedom lies within the constitution, and that it's the people's document. I appreciate my freedom more than anything. Do You? r rold Pe__de.r Son Famines of Pharaoh Dear Editor, Famine... famine of food, famine of opportu- nity, famine of hope and famine of security; one begets another and one begets all the others. The first record of famine was found carved on a six thousand year old tomb on Sahal Island in Egypt's Nile River. All through the time of man, he has suffered hunger and death when he didn't plan for the bad days while he had the good days. Although he walked with- out fear through the Valley of the Shadow of Death, when man failed to plan, man planned to fail; it was that simple. In Darfur, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and too many other locations to men- tion, people are starving to death every day in this sad old world. From the Catholic Relief Services: "More than i billion people are suffering from hunger. Hunger causes the deaths of about 5 million chil- dren each year. About 17 million children ate born underweight annually, the result of inadequate nutri- tion before and during pregnancy." One can make a cynical case around ignorant, poor and hungry people con- tinuing to have children. One can consider that those suffering in Darfur, the DRC and other war- torn locations just hap- pen to be on the wrong side. One can consider self-imposed wounds with respect to those people who left their small family farms because of drought and moved to feeding cen- ters for those who would otherwise starve to death. One can rationalize, from our secure perspective, the cause of someone's hun- ger and pain; where the only thing that matters is to feed them, nothing else. After all the applied men- tal guilt and blame from the more fortunate of us, they are real human beings and they will certainly die without our help. That is absolutely all that matters! The "dust bowl" of the 1930s was coincident to the Great Depression. Coincident to the present depression, we again have what may become a multi- year drought. Our drought and inability to contribute to the world food supply will cause famine, hunger and death to some people in this world! "From a distance we all have enough and no one is in need' "From a dis- tance we are instruments, marching in a common bandy "From a distance there is harmony and it echoes through the land. It's ,the voice of hope, it's the voice of peace; it's the voice of every man." ("From a Distance"--Julie Gold) Ed 3"ameSom Free Fishing Day events FROM IDAHO FISH & GAME The following are the locations and times of Free Fishing Day events on June 8. Note: pay special attention to event times. Other events may be added. Check the Fish and Game website (http://fishandgame. idah0.gov) for schedule additions and or changes. Council Park Pond (A.K.A. O1' McDonald Pond) - 9:00am - l:00pm Hosted by Idaho Fish and Game and Adams County Sheriff's Department. Fischer Pond (Cascade) - 10:00am - 2:00pm -- Hosted by Lake Cascade State Park, Wal-Mart, and local sponsors. Kimberland Meadows (A.K.A. Meadowcreek) Pond (New Meadows) - 9:00am - 2:00pm -- Leroy Matthews Memorial Fishing Event, Hosted by Idaho Fish and Game and the Adams County Sheriff's Office. Rowland (A.K.A. Scout) Pond (McCall) - 9:00am - l:00pm -- Hosted by Idaho Fish and Game. For more information regarding Free Fishing Day, contact the Fish and Game McCall office (634-8137) or the Nampa office (465-8465). 7 RIVERS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Check our website for details on upcoming sales. www.7riverslivestock.com Office: 208-365-4401 7rivers@qwestoffice.net 1611 W. Salesyard Rd. Emmet-t, Idaho 83617 Feed Sales Every Tuesday Sales Start at Noon Call 365-4401 for more information Crash blocks Highway 95 for hours near Riggins FROM THE IDAHO a line of several vehicles, cle. She was transported STATE POLICE The vehicles in front of to St. Lukes in McCall .On May 30, 2013 at Shan slowed as a vehicle approximately 1:24 PM, was turning right onto the Idaho State Police Ranny Road. While try- investigated a two-vehi- ing to slow down, Shan cle injury crash north- locked up his brakes bound US95 at mile- and veered into the post 186, 8 miles south southbound lane of of Riggins. Kai Shan, travel, where he struck 27, of California, was Burner's vehicle head- southbound on US95 on. Burner was trans- in a 2009 International ported to St. Josephs semi. G. Burner, 57, of Regional Medical Center McCall, was northbound in Lewiston by air ambu- on US95 in a 2006 Dodge lance. Detra Burner, 52, Durango. of McCall, was a passen- Shan was traveling in ger in G. Burner's vehi- by ground ambulance, and later transferred to St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise by air ambulance. Shan was not transported. All occupants were wearing their seat- belts. The highway was partially blocked for approximately four and a half hours. The crash is under investigation by the Idaho State Police. Fatal crash near Brownlee FROM THE IDAHO STATE POLICE On June 1, 2013, at approximately 11:34 a.m., the Idaho State Police investigated a two-vehicle crash on State Highway 71 at milepost 2, near the Brownlee Dam. A 2000 Mazda Miata, driven by Donald Ribacchi, 86 of Boise, was headed north- bound on State Highway 71, when he failed to negotiate a curve in the road. Ribacchi's vehicle crossed into the south- bound lanes and struck the rear of a trailer, driv- en by Dennis Stewart, 59 of McCall, who was driving a 2010 Ford Econoline van. Ribacchi's vehicle went off the road and down an embank- ment. Ribacchi was not wearing his seatbelt and was ejected from his vehicle. Ribacchi was transported by air ambu- lance to St Alphonsus in Boise, where he was later pronounced deceased. Stewart and his passen- gers were uninjured in the crash. THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD USPS: 005-120 Copyright 2013 The Adams County Record is published weekly at 108 Illinois Ave., Council, Idaho 83612-000R by Adams County Record Publishing Co LLC., Lyle Sail, Publisher. Periodical postage is paid at Council, Idaho. BUSINESS HOURS Open Monday -Friday 9:00a.m. to 5:00p.m. CONTACT US 108 Illinois Ave. Council, ID 83612 (208) 253-6961 Fax: (208) 253-6801 www.theadamscountyrecord.com Send submissions to: record@ctcweb.net. LETTERS POLICY Letters to the editor must meet the standards of good taste and truthfulness, be original, and contain the address and phone number of the author. Letters should be kept as short as possible (400 word maximum). We will print a maximum of one letter every other week per individual. We welcome Thank You letters from individuals and non-profit community groups.  you letters from other groups or letters over 200 words will be billed. Call for rates. 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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMEI/TS All schedules of events are public service announcements unless listed as advertisements. THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD Is BROUGHT To You BY Publisher Production Lyle Sail - Layout Circulation Editor Gamaliel Masters Photographer Dale Fisk Front Desk Advertising Accounts Receivable Sales & Design Vicki Berks Laura Perkins