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Page 10 Wednesday, December 12, 2012 -he Adams County Record money you Some area people have unclaimed property BY DALE FISK How would you like to find a few thousand dol- lars you didn't know you had? It happens - and it could happen to you. Loraine Capener (of Payette and New Meadows) recently worked at a job where she looked into unclaimed property. She found a few Council, New Meadows, Cambridge area folks list- ed as having money they probably don't know they have. Here is a brief expla- nation of Unclaimed Property taken from the Idaho website. unclaimed Property is unclaimed or aban- doned ; intangible prop- erty. Unclaimed property can be checking accounts, savings accounts, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, util- ity refunds, items stored in safety deposit boxes and more. There are many reasons why prop- erty becomes unclaimed. A few of these include errors made while updat- ing a Change of address, changing a name due to marriage or divorce, the death of an owner, or sim- ply forgetfulness. Most property is considered abandoned if it has been inactive for five years. Wages and utility depos- its become unclaimed after only one year. Some tangible items such as jewelry, gems, coins, and stamps are reported by financial institutions, hospitals, and hotels as unclaimed property. If the " property in question has not had any activity with- in a certain period of time (generally 5 years) and the holder is unable to locate the property owner, it is considered abandoned and must be reported to the last state where the owner was last known to reside. How long does it take to process and return my property? Under Idaho Code, we are required to consider+your claim within 90 days of receiving it. Loraine randomly picked up some names from The Record and phone book and here is Panak, Council; Cynthia what she found: Ann Jepsen, Fruitvale; Kim $5 $25: Norah Huter, Council; Marlin G. York, Council; Henry Weikal, Midvale; Jean W. L. Robinson, Council; Schultz, New Meadows. Larry O. Baile~,, Council; Dou.ble entries: Sam Amanda Gratton, Council; Warner, Council (2) Robert Patrick, Council; $5-$25, $25-$50; James Ashley Fisk, Fruitvale; Gibleau, Council (2) - Country Coffee Cabin,$5-$25, $100+; Andrew Midvale. T. Glenn, Council (2) - $25-$50: Crystal Nay, $5-$25, $50-$100; Sharon McCall; Kathryn Ashley, Parker, Council - (2) x Council; Ronnie's Market, $5-$25. Council. Bryan D. Adkisson, $50-$100: Charlene Council, $5-$25; if he Walling, Council; John C. lived in Lewiston previ- Brown, Council; David ously,$50-$100. Canterberry, Council; Loraine said: "I only Delores Starniri, Council; looked for the Council Troy Donald Schwartz, and surrounding area so Council; Jason S. Rubert, some owners could have Council. lived in another city in $100 plus: William R. Idaho and their account remains in that city. I will tell you that I told one of the employees that he had $25-$50 listed. When he checked the list, he found his wife's name list- ed as $100+ and ended up getting $4,500. It was a retirement account set up in one of the banks she had worked with, that had sold or merged with another one, which merged again, and her account/address was lost in the shuffle" Here are the Websites to go to see if you have unclaimed property: http://sto.idaho.gov/ UnclaimedProperty(for Idaho only); or http:// www.unclaimed.org (this shows all the states). BY MICHAEL ROBERTS The Meadows Valley boys' and girls' basketball teams played last Saturday against the Tri Valley Titans at Cambridge. The JV girls played a ey 30-minute game, which was followed by a regular varsity game. The Varsity starters for the girls were Becca Baird, Saige McDonald, Baylee Moore, Sarah Price, and Taylor Green. The Varsity girls lost to the Titans 59 to 20. Saige McDonald was the top scorer for the girls, scoring 10 points out of the 20. Mrs. Ingle said, "The girls are aggressive at defense which rl- ey I like, but they need more work on their offense7 Only the JV boys played. The boys' starters were Michael Roberts, Justin Keane, Cody Smith, Devin Gregersen, and Jerry Shen. The boys were slacking This week the in their offense and were Mountaineers face the having trouble trying to Wolverines at Garden get the ball past half court. Valley on December 15. They lost to the Titans 54 The first girls' game starts to 32, with no one fouling at 3:00 and the boys' game out the whole game. starts at 4:30. BY RODD BAXTER The Council Ladyjacks traveled to Meadows on Friday night to take on the Mountaineers. Council's pressure worked to their advantage in the first half as they forced numer- ous turnovers on the Mountaineers. Council took the first quarter lead 12 -7, with Freshman Zoe Wessels and Sierra Schmeckpeper contribut- ing 6 points each. Council's continued pressure in the second quarter paid off again as they were able to extend their lead to 29 - 17 at the half. Senior Suzy Meza led the way in the quarter, scoring 8 points. + Council widened their lead in the Third Quarter as they exploded for 23 points, "giving them a 52 - 32 lead going into the 4th Quarter. Zoe Wessels chipped in 7 points in the 3rd quarteF. Council closed out the Game by outscoring Meadows 12 - 10 in the 4th quarter and went on to win 64 - 42. Zoe Wessels scored a total of 17 points, Suzy 'Meza 12, Brittany Armistead 8, Sierra Schmeckpeper 8, Hayley Flynn 7, Brandy Gibleau 5, Taylor Cole 4 and Maecy Henning 3 points. The contest was Foul- Filled, as the 2 teams com- bined for a total of 53 fouls and 67 free throws shot. Council committed 24 and Meadows 29. The foul sit- uation worked to Council's favor, as Meadows had 4 girls foul out. Saturdaynight The girls were unable to pull out a victory on hurt them at the end. Council was only able to get four first quarter points, and only 6 more in the 2nd to be down 15 - 10 at the half. In the 2nd Quarter Council went 2-6 from the free throw line, while only scoring 2 baskets. Free throws in the 3rd Quarter saw Council go 5-10, as a slow 3rd quar- ter put the Lumberjacks behind 28 - 17 entering the 4th Quarter. The 4th Quarter saw a lot more action as the Lumberjacks picked up the intensity and er ergy. Once again the pressure they applied started to wear on their opponent, as they were able to force turnovers. So much so Saturday night when they that Council did not allow played Greenleaf (5-1) in a basket in the quarter to Council. Their slow first the opposing Greenleaf half start, combined with Grizzlies. Timely steals ing helped the Ladyjacks close the gap. Council was able to pull within 1 point with a score of 30 - 29, but Green leaf was able to pull out the victory 32-29. Council finished the game 9 - 21 from the free throw line. Council Scorers: Sierra Schmeckpeper 8 points, Ha ;ley Flynn 7, Suzy Meza 7, Zoe Wessels 6 and Brittany Armistead 1 point. The Council IV girls' team picked up another win on Saturday night, beating the Greenleaf IV team 53 - 15..The Ladyjacks were led by Hannah Bryson with 12 points and Brittany Armistead with 9. The JV team is now 3-1 for the year. Council Varsity will play at Home on Friday the 14th at 6:00 PM against poor free throw shooting, and good outside shoot- Cascade. 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