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The Adams County Record Wednestay, June 20, 2012 Page 19 Help Wanted Waitress wanted, apply in person at Imkey's Cafe, Indian Valley. Janitorial Bid The City of Council is accepting sealed bids for a one time janitorial service at 102 Friendship Lane, Council, Idaho. A detailed description is available at City Hall, 501 N. Galena, Council, Idaho or 252-4201. Sealed bids need to be submitted to City Hall by July 10, 2012 @ 5:00 pm. Part Time One day + weekly lawn/yard care. U provide weedwhacker. $11.50 hr. Good sum- mer job 4 reliable self-starter. Call Steve - 253-6174 Fruitvale. IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF LABOR ;erring Valley & Adams Countie: Assistant Camp Cook Industrial Electridan Bakery Clerk Kitchen Manager Bartenders " Laborer/De& Hand Boat DriverANater Landscape Laborer Sport Instructor Librarian Bus Driver Lifeguard Cashier Load Builder Caregivers (S) Maintenance Assist Cocktail Waitstaff/ Marine Deputy Bartender Night Cook City Manager Painter Helper Cook Positions (8) Paraprofessional Core Driller Pizza Maker Project Manager Dishwasher Public Area Attendant Driver/Operator Re*all ..... t atesperson tzl ElementaryTeacher (2) Room Attendant Food Prep (2) Sawmill Millwright Food Server/Cashier Servers Food Services Manager Speech Pathologist (2) Front Desk Agent Streets Superinten- Garbage Truck Ddver dent Home Care Provider Timber Failer Hostess Truck Ddver/Mixer Hotel Housekeeper Waiters/Waitresses (4) Housekeeping Staff: Waterways Marine Inside Sales Rep Safety Tech For a Complete Job List: (208) 634-7102 labor.idaho.gov/tw 299 South 3 'd St., McCall, ID 83638 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Home For Sale 1400 sq ft, 3/2/2, 2x6 construction, 9.5 acres, $199,000. Also [gr home on 1/2 acre - inquire. 253-0024. I , "Big Yard Sale" Sat June 23rd 9 am - 6 pm. Windows, treadmill, and antennas. 2407 Orchard Rd. in Council. FOR SALE All About Wood BIG CHAIR COUNTRY Now Open Thursday - Saturday 9-5 May - Sept. 106 Michigan (208) 566-4974. Hay For Sale 1st Alfalfa $140.00 per ton, small bales, Indian Valley - Huey (208) 256- 4380 or (208) 741-0253. Grass hay coming soon! No Deliveries Swimming Pool 15 foot x 42 inch pool never used (still in the original box) $150.00 - 253-4383. Fabric Sale June 20 - Jund 30 I0:00 to 4:00 1921 Hwy 95 -1 mile South of Council Fabric Patterns Notions Books Rulers Buttons Rug Making Supplies FOR RENT I j . 3 Bedroom/2 Bath Immaculate apartment with garage. Stove, fridge, A[C, included. Water, sewer & garbage paid. No pets or smokers. Seniors preferred. $475.00 a month. $200.00 cleaning deposit and First and last month's rent - references required. 206 N. Berkley #1. Available now. Call (208) 642-1417 Days M-TH. House with View 3 + bedroom, 2 bath, I car garage with shop area, pet friendly, fenced yard at 1943 Country Club Rd, $650 plus S/D - Call Sallco P.M. 741-0795. I LOST/FOUND I Found Magnifying Glass found at the Council Post Office. Call to identify and claim - 253-4448. 1992 Ford Ford Ranger pickup, 4 cyl, 2 wheel drive, cab + 1/2, 5 speed. Runs good 8895.00 (208) 549-0909. VEHICLES i 1994 Ford F150 4x4 pickup, 351 V8, Automatic transmis- sion, cab + 1/2. Runs good $1,895.00 (208) 549-0909. Summer Solstice Continued from Facing Page symbolized in the crown- ing of the Oak King, God of the waxing year. At his crowning, the Oak King falls to his darker aspect, the Holly King, God of the waning year..." The days fol- lowing Alban Heruin form the waning ptrt of the year because the days become shorter. Ancient China: Their summer solstice ceremony celebrated the earth, the feminine, and the yin forces. It complemented the nter solstice which celebrated the heavens, masculinity and yang forces. Ancient Gaul: The Midsummer celebration was called Feast of Epona, named after a mare god- dess who personified fertil- ity, sovereignty and agicul- lure. She was portrayedas a woman riding a mare. Ancient Germanic, Slav and Celtic tribes in Europe: Ancient Pagans celebrated Midsummer with bonfires. "It was the night of fire festivals and of love magic, of love oracles and divination. It had to do with lovers and predic- Looking to BUy? Looking to Sell? Find it or Sell it in the tions, when pairs of lov- ers would jump through the luck-bringing flames..." It was believed that the crops would grow as high as the couples were able to jump. Through the fire's power, "...maidens would find out about their future husband, and spirits and demons were banished." Another function of bon- fires was to generate sym, pathetic magic: giving a boost to the sun's energy so that it would remain potent throughout the rest of the growing season and guar- antee a plentiful harvest. Ancient Rome: The fes= tival of Vestalia lasted from JUN-7 to JUN-15. It was held in honor of the Roman Goddess o.f the hearth, Vesta. Married women were able to enter the shrine of Vesta during the festival. At other times of the year, only the vestal vir- gins were permitted inside. Ancient Sweden: A Midsummer tree was set up and decorated in each town. The villagers danced around it. Women and girls would customarily bathe in the local river. This was a magical ritual, intended to bring rain for the crops. Christian countries: After the conversion of Europe to Christianity, the feast day of SL John the Baptist was set as JUN-24. It "is one of the oldest feasts, if not the oldest feast, intro- duced into both the Greek and Latin liturgies to hon- our a saint." Curiously, the feast is held on the alleged date of his birth. Other Christian saints' days are observed on the anniver- sary of "their death. The Catholic Encyclopedia explains that St. John was "filled with the Holy Ghost even from his mother's womb... [thus his] birth... should be signalized as a day of triumph:' His feast day is offset a few days after the summer solstice, just as Christmas is fixed a few days after the winter sol- stice. "Just as John was the forerunner to Jesus, mid- summer forecasts the even- tual arrival of" the winter solstice circa DEC-21. Essenes: This was a Jewish religious group active in Palestine during the 1st century CE. It was one of about 24 Jewish groups in the country -- the only one that used a solar calendar. Other Jesh groups at the time included the Sadducees, Pharisees, Zealots, followers of John, and followers of Yeshua (Jesus). Archaeologists have found that the larg- est room of the ruins at Qumran (location of the Dead Sea Scrolls) appears to be a sun temple. The room had been considered a dining room by earlier investigators, in spite of the presence of two altars at its eastern end. At the time of the summer solstice, the rays of the setting sun shine at 286 degrees along the building's longitudinal axis, and illuminate the eastern wall. The room is oriented at exactly the same angle as the Egyptian shrines dedicated to the sun. Two ancient authorities -- the historian Josephus and the philosopher Filon of Alexandria -- had written that the Essenes were sun worshipers. Until recently, their opinion had been rejected by modern histo- rians. d