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Page 2 Wednesday, November 28, 2012 The Adams County Record Words of Pogo Dear Editor, and art and religions and as kooks. Let me ask: Look On December 21, 2012,wars. And, again, here we around, how many of a once in 26,000 yearare in the midst of the man's societies are work- event will occur when the culmination, the pinnacle ing, or have ever worked, centers of the Milky .Way of all his collective inge- as he has designed them? Galaxy, our sun and the nuities, engineering and Show me examples of suc- earth will all be in align- thought; and how would cessful, enduring econom- ment. This occurs coinci- you characterize the ic design, i.e. economics dentally when the multi- workability of his efforts without depression, i.e. thousand year Mayan so far, presumptuous?economics with no home- calendar runs out of days Some scientists believe lessness, i.e. econom- giving credibility to those the galactic alignment ics providing_ universal believers who think the could cause a spike healthcare and econom- "end of days" is 12-21- in magnetic couplingics without hunger. Show 2012! through the centers,me examples of coun- In the 4.5 billion year weather distortions, sun tries never experiencing existence of our solar sys- abnormalities and many war and genocide. When tern, we have been pas- other unusual, dangerous I project years, decades sengers on an arm of the events. I agree these are ahead, why don't I see our Milky Way Galaxy as it possibilities, but what is Camelot or our Elysium has rotated merely eigh- striking to me, at present, at the end of mankind's teen complete 360 degree is the global breakdown of hypothetical rainbow? rotations, each taking order, i.e. wars, global eco- Instead as a realist, I see about 250 million years nomic depression, ram- wars. Wars for defense, to complete. Even though ine, global warming and wars to create peace, wars the universe, I believe, changing weather pat-to secure population never had a beginningterns creating droughts, growth and agricultural (infinity works that way) Some believe, because of land (Lebensraum), wars there are stars, continu- an electromagnetic wave to eliminate people we ous star births, stardeaths stimulated "group-psy- hate. and galaxiesbeyond man's chologicaI effect;' these In the words of the ability to accurately count, human reactions are part immortal, "Pogo;' "We And sometime in recent Of this event, have met the enemy and history during the last one Don't forget, the he is us:' degree of the last rotation Mayans were the best sci- " Ed Jc~5o~ of the Milky Way, man entists and engineers of N'eto Meadoa_)5 emerged and began to their time. Nobody writes build societies and culture them or their believers off Dear Editor, are: Richard Thompson,to the Rittersbachers for The Chamber of ]ason Scheline, Bryan the use of their trailer. Commerce wants to and Sausha Karolski, Holly Williams extend a very big thank Casey Brock, Mathew -Chamber Event you to the people who and Charlie Karolski, Coodinator brought the town ]oey Brock and Karson Christmas tree in. They Karolski. Also, thank you Death Notices Hylan Ponte Hylan L. Ponte, 62, of Cambridge died Thursday, November 22, 2012 at his home. Donald Wilkins Donald L. Wflkins, 81, of Weiser, died Sunday at a local care facility. Roy Chism Roy Chism, Jr., 84 of Weiser, died November 25, 2012 at his home. All Arrangements pending with Thomason Funeral Home, Weiser. Condolences may be sent to the families at 7 RIVERS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION Check our website for details on upcoming sales. Office: 208-365-4401 1611 W. Salesyard Rd. Emmett, Idaho 83617 Feeder Special on December 18th, 20 ! 2 Sales starts at noon Call 365-4401 for more information Closed December 25th and Jan. 1, 2013 J Income Rises Continued from front page expansion, five metro areas and 2.3 percent in the Estimates from the U.S. Bureau ofrural counties. But while business profits Economic Analysis showed total personal were up 7.2 percent in urban Idaho, they income increases ranging from a 10w soared 22.2 percent in rural areas. of 1.1 percent in Gem County, where Statewide, personal income was up 5.1 total wages fell 3.4 percent but business percent in 2011, a tenth of a percentage profits jumped 11.1 percent, to a high of point below the national increase. 22.3 percent in Clark County, where total The average annual wage also grew wages also fell 3.4 percent while business slightly faster in rural Idaho in 2011, up profits jumped 78.9 percent. 2 percent compared to 1.8 percent in the Personal income in the 33 rural urban areas. The largest increase was counties combined was up 6 percent 10 percent in Camas County. Six rural from 2010, a half point higher than counties saw the average wage decline the national average increase for rural with the largest loss in Owyhee County at areas. At the same time the 11 urban 1.4 percent. counties posted a 4.7 percent increase, a A change in total wages can be the half point lower than metropolitan areas result of a change in the number of jobs averaged nationally. Wage increases were while a change in the average wage is a essentially the same - 2.4 percent in the change in compensation per job. Idaho Personal Income By County Adams Average Wage: $30,831 Total Income: $111,914,000 Change from 2010: 1.1% Change from 2010: 4.7% Washington Wages: $32,798,000 Total Income: $283,085,000 Change from 2010: 1.6% Change from 2010: 4.5% Profits: $7,711,000 Wages: $83,269,000 Change from 2010: 5.9% Change from 2010: 2.8% Average Wage: $30,284 Profits: $19,541,000 Change from 2010: 3.3% Change from 2010: 21.1% Valley Average Wage: $27,427 Total Income $346,412,000 Change from 2010: 0.4% Change from2010:3.8% *Total Personal Income includes interest Wages: $118,269,000 earnings and transfer payments like Social Change from 2010: 0.8% Security and pensions in addition to wages Profits: $36,115,000 and business profits. Change from 2010: 4.2% Source:U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis THE ADAMS COUNTY RECORD USPS: 005-120 Copyright 2012 " :~ 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 Send submissions to: 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, lhank you letters from other groups or letters over 200 words will be billed. Call for rates. 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