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Page 10 Adams County Recycling Continued from page i can only sell number 1, number 2 natural (milk jug color) and number 2 colored. The county is asking everyone to sort these plastics accordingly. There is a bin for plastic numbered 3 through 7 at the cen- ters, but the county has no place to sell it, and is only storing it, hoping a market will become avail- able. Many other recycling centers across the nation are implementing similar practices. Jerry Powell, execu- tive editor of Resource Recycling, an online pub- lication focused on the recycling industry, says Wednesda June 5, 2013 the change by the Chinese recycler T&T Hi-Tech was brought on because Development Co. Ltd. many companies were in Shenzhen, said, "The sending too much non- impact is strong, and recyclable garbage to we are facing unprec- China. Powel! said this edented difficulties." Lam has become a aaajor issue explained that 30 to 40 percent of the plastics 66The county needs every- recyclers in one to sort plastics by Guangdong number and color.  p r o v - ince have shut down because of the new reg- ulation, as well as the gloomy global economy and increasing labor costs. We can hope for this situation to stabilize and improve, but in the mean- time the county needs everyone to do their part. in China, so Chinese President Xi Jinping issued a letter calling for recyclers to block possible pollutants being shipped into the country. Toland Lain, president of the China Plastics Processing Industry Association's recycling committee and owner of Tim Fol]00e Continued from page 1 ..: and referred to African Americans as "Mother Earth's own proverbial ring around the collar: ."Another of his proj- ects, the website fami-, laid out practical advice to Aryan activists ready to relocate to his area...: The web site was taken dow.n after the SPLC contacted Folke to ask about it. "With the basic theme of acting locally, the site had discussed in practical terms the , employment and cultural opportunities for white couples ready to move to the great Northwest. In a Summer 2012 article in a racist journal, The Occidental Quarterly, Folke advertised his web- site and talked about the importance of building a National Socialist econ- omy now if an Aryan ethno-state is the desired end game? Folke now has claimed his writings were all part of a research project that he hoped would provide information about "ani- mal rights, people work- ing together, religious issues, rural versus urban living, and so on? You can read the entire article at by entering "Folke" in the site's search feature. The article includes this editor's note: "In April, after this story was com- pleted, Timothy Folke again contacted the Intelligence Report to say that he had 'experienced the loss of my wife and The Adams County Record family' and had 'with- drawn from all activities dealing with the public, as well as all aspects of my previous profession and business.' His CPA firm's website was taken down, as were his own website and some of his racist writings. The Report contacted his son, Kurt Folke, who said that his father had only informed his family of his 'deeply disturbing' secret life the previous week- end, and confirmed that his parents were divorcing and his father had 'retired from the firm His father, he said, 'is out of the pic- ture and out of our family and our lives.' Kurt Folke added: 'He needs to reflect on what he's done. He's going to retire and reflect on what he's done? Death Notices Layne Caswell Walter Layne Caswell, 75, of Council, passed away May 27, 2013 in Council. Arrangements under the direction of Thomason Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent to the family at http:// Barbara Nelson Barbara M. Nelson, 79, of Council, died Sunday at a local hospital. Private family services will be held at the Idaho State Veterans Cemetery. Services are under the care of Bowman Funeral Parlor, Garden City, (208) 853-3131. THOMASON FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY Faanilv (.ed ld Operated - Burial Services - Pre-planning Options - Cremation Services - Monument 221 E, Court St Weiser, ID 83672 (208) 414-1234 w,. 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Elks awards Students of the month, regional students of the month and regional stu- dent of the year for the Elks: September Hannah Linford October - Taylor Cole November Sierra Shankel December - Suzi Meza January Jordan Rosengrant February - Jac Cook March - Cody Shelton Regional Students of the Month Awards from the Weiser Elks: Hannah Linford, Taylor Cole and Jordan Rosengrant. Regional Girl of the Year from the Elks was Hannah Linford who received lug- gage from the Elks. Black shirt awards Black shirts were given to the following students at the end of the year for having been good citizens, gone above and beyond what is expected of them and shown the highest integrity and character, as determined by the staff: Morgan Shumway, Caleb Shumway, Lilly Doelizsch, Chloe Bauswuein, Challace Nuffer, Kevin Heft, Kellie O'Conner, W'fll Canfield. Presidential Scholarship awards This award went to the top academic students in each grade level: Hannah Linford, Sierra Shankel, Maecy Henning, Kellie O'Conner, Casey DeHaas, Caitlan Hill, Cody Mired, Lilly Doelizsch, Shania Sparler, Zoe Wessels, Sareya Harvey, Cory Mired, David Byers, Kenlee Chandler, J.T Mahon, Sarah Cook, Morgan Shumway, Courtney Stanford. Highest quality Shop Project TJ Goettling- Senior Math Sareya Harvey- Pre- Algebra, Exploratory Science, 8th grade Social Studies, 8th grade FCS, Jac Cook- Forestry Spanish II Casey DeHaas - Algebra Cody Shelton, English IlandGeometry IV, Best Work Ethic in - _,,_ " t1__ Lilly Doelitzsch- Most Shop Improved Welder Caleb Shumway- P.E. Brandon Gibleau- Estevan Silva- Food Science .v]SA .Q  ,-.,_b ' 0''  ' Courtney Stanford- Life Science, Jr. High Band Zoe Wessels-Input Technology, World Humanities, English I Quilt award winners: CALDWELL 454-9532 BOISE 343-0471