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New Hanger Heightens Emergency Readiness for Star Flight

The two Star Flight helicopters are shown in front of the current hanger on Allen Street behind WCA Hospital. WCA Services broke ground on a new hanger, which will permit both helicopters to be dispatched simultaneously for emergency transports.

the two 5-blade helicopters to meet Part 135 Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards allowing it to operate as a for-hire service. In emergency medicine, the “golden WCA Hospital is the largest hospihour” refers to a specified time lasttal in the county and according to ing from a few minutes to several Thomas, represents 50% of the Star hours following trauma where there Flight transports when patients are is the highest likelihood that prompt moved to “designated care centers” in medical treatment will prevent death Buffalo, Erie or other locations. or debilitation. “The (ED) Emergency Department WCA Services has been answering is right across the street from the those urgent calls in Chautauqua hanger. Because we don’t operate as County for 29 years, starting as the a dedicated flight medical team, it’s primary ambulance company in the very easy for us to save costs. Having county and then adding Star Flight the second helicopter here allows us in 1986, which at the time reprethe ability to put together a second sented a collaborative effort funded team to go on a another flight at the by WCA Foundation. same time.” A new chapter in emergency readiness “The addition to the hanger was an began as WCA Services broke ground economy of scale. It made sense for the recently on a second hanger for its way our program was being done to Allen Street site. The addition will have both here. The mechanic is also a allow both Star Flight helicopters to be pilot, so he is able to be here to mainhoused at the hanger permitting for tain the helicopters at the same time.” the first time simultaneous dispatch of Despite the absence of a “dedicated life-saving transport services. crew”, Chief Flight Nurse Debbie According to Executive Director Da- Weaver says when the call is made, a vid Thomas, WCA Services acquired By Patricia Pihl Editor

crew is dispatched and off the ground in under ten minutes. For an on-scene call, first responders make a call to the Chautauqua County Sheriff, who then dispatches to WCA Services the need for a pilot. If the weather is safe to fly, a nurse and paramedic are part of the medical team who accompany both a pilot and co-pilot to the scene. According to Thomas, WCA Services does over 17,000 air and ambulance and transports a year, or one transport for every five people in Chautauqua County. Those numbers are only expected to grow in the years to come. “Ten years ago, we didn’t have as many vehicles on the road that we have today. Our demands have over doubled. In another five years they could very easily grow another 30%-40%. “ Compounding the problem is a shrinking base of volunteer firefighters, who usually carry (Basic Life Support) accreditation. “Seventy percent of our people that work in the medic roles are volunteer firemen. So as people have left, we don’t have as many people to draw from…

This is an industry-wide concern. There are statistics that reveal by the year 2016, there is going to be a 30-35% greater demand for paramedics and those needs aren’t going to be met.” Thomas says an aging population, the obesity crisis and the fact that life expectancy has increased all play into the increased demand. In addition, many hospitals are becoming “designated care areas or centers,” says Thomas. “Thirty years ago you went to your local hospital and they treated you. Now, they want to get you to those facilities as quickly as possible, within what they call that “golden hour.” Thomas says one of the initiatives WCA Services has taken on to meet those demands is to put in place a state-of-the-art distance-learning lab at its Third Street facility. “The closest paramedic programs available were either at Erie Community College or Olean.” Beyond the statistics are the stories told in lives changed and lives saved. Continued on pg 2

Bemus Bay Pops Prepares For Its Grandest Season Ever By The Chautauqua Star Staff

Summer 2012 will be the most eventful season that the Bemus Bay Pops has put together since its inception 15 years ago. A full schedule of family friendly quality entertainment for all ages to enjoy is set to take place on the DFT Communications Floating Stage in Bemus Point, NY. Dan Dalpra, CEO and Founder of the Bemus Bay Pops along with Michelle Turner, Director of Development and Communications worked diligently over the winter to coordinate a season of stellar programming. Dan Dalpra stated, “I am thankful to all of our contributors and volunteers who make these events possible. Michelle Turner states that, “By partnering with local businesses and the generous donations received from organizations and individuals, our program has been able to continue and grow.” The 2012 season opens on Sunday, June 24 at 2:30 p.m. with a tribute to Shania Twain. There are concerts all summer long including a July 4 celebration complete with fireworks in honor of war Veterans with entertainment by “Abbamania.” A Bob Seger tribute is scheduled for Sunday July 29. An evening with national recording artist Pam Tillis on Saturday, September 1 will once again feature

June 30; Wanted - Bon Jovi Tribute Band on July 1; ABBA Tribute Show – Abbamania on July 4; Hotel California - Eagles Tribute on July 7; Stars Of Pop on July 8; Jimmy and the Soul Blazers on July 14; Rod Stewart Tribute ft. Rick Larrimore on July 15; Hadden Sayers Texas Blues on July 21; DUWENDE on July 22; Night Fever Bee Gees Tribute on July 18; and Bob Seger Tribute (Hollywood Nights) on July 29. Performances in August continue with Brass Transit Chicago Tribute on August 4; Irish Festival on August 5; Boogie Wonderband on August 11; Reil Young Tribute to Neil Young on August 12; Simply The Best Tribute Act on August 16; Doobie Brothers Tribute - China Grove on August 18; U2 Tribute Show – ONE on August 19; Serpentine Fire - Earth Wind & Fire Tribute on August 25; Bruce Crowd favorite Sean Patrick McGraw returns to the Bemus Bay Pops August 30 as part of a stellar summer line up on the DFT Springsteen Tribute – Jersey on Communications Floating Stage. August 26; Pops Brewfest - Craft Beer Festival with Sean Patrick McGraw offering contemporary worship with a full Bemus Bay Pops symphony on August 30; and season finale Pam the Bemus Point United Methodist orchestra. Tillis & The Bemus Bay Pops on Church Pastor Dan McBride and the The Bemus Pay Pops will continue September 1. Praise Band. SE93 Chautauqua Lake with their free Lake Night at the Idol, organized by Media One Group All events featured on the DFT Movies presented by M&T Bank where movie fans of all ages can view radio station SE93, an event that draws Communications Floating Stage offer thousands to the DFT Communicapreferred seating. Reservations can quality family films under the stars tions Floating Stage, will begin again be purchased for a nominal fee at the from the shore or while anchored in this year on Monday, July 2. Italian Fisherman or on-line at www. the lake. The great list of movies this bemusbaypops.com. A complete The full schedule of performers for summer includes War Horse and the schedule of events can also be found the 2012 season includes Shania popular film Dolphin Tale. Praise on Twain Tribute on June 24; Elvis Jr. on at www.bemusbaypops.com. the Lake will also continue this year

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The Stagecoach West brings competition East to Irving By Mallory Diefenbach Star News Writer

The spirit of the wild west carries through to the Western New York area, and gives residents a chance to participate in it. If you’ve got an inkling to get your cowboy on, look no further than The Stagecost West, which runs many horsethemed events during the summer. “We have barrel racing and pole bending events on Tuesday nights,” said Tricia Campese, a owner of The Stagecoach West. “That’s run by a local club [Barrel Racers of Western New York] here. They run their events starting from the end of April to September. Plus local clubs will run horse shows here almost every weekend through the summer.” Barrel racing and pole bending are timed events. Competitors enter the arena one at a time have to complete the course as fast as they can. Barrel racing has the competitors following a clover leaf pattern while pole bending has the horses weaving in and out of poles. In addition, there are horse competitions on Sundays, which are judged shows. “The horses do specific maneuvers, and they are judged as a whole group,” said Campese. “So, you have a group of 10 to 20 people all in the same class.” These weekend events are

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This year’s Robert Maytum Memorial Committee is pleased to announce that Gerald W. “Jerry” Hall has been selected as this year’s Honorary Chairman for the 2012 tournament. This tribute came about due to Jerry’s longtime support of the golf tournament and his belief in helping to make Northern Chautauqua County a better place to live. The Stagecoach West in Irving provides a great location for Jerry’s community involvement includes servequine competitions throughout the summer months. ing as past president of The Boys and Girls Club akin to that of a dog show. The clubs, so each weekend isn’t of Northern Chautauqua County. He remains the same club running the judges are looking for a good on their board and also chairs their endowment example of the breed, and the show. The events are open to committee. Jerry has served on many other rider takes the horse through a any type of horse and rider, committees within the organization with a total series of movements which the and if a competitor wins the of over 11 years on their board. horse has been taught and they previous week, they are more Jerry is a board member of the Northern Chauthan welcome to come try are judged on how well they their hand again the next week tauqua Community Foundation and has served perform. on many of their other committees. He has An exhibitor can win multiple as well. been on the board for three years. He is also a In addition, Stagecoach West times during the day. voting member of the Foundation. He has also runs free clinics which are “One person, one horse can open to the public. On June 22 been an active member of the Dunkirk Rotary win up to seven classes and Club for the past ten years. what they do is you get points from 6 to 9 p.m. Stacy Westfall In the financial services industry for over 20 will be coming to Stagecoach for each ribbon that you get,” years, Jerry currently is a Wealth Management West to demonstrate how she said Campese. “So, first place, Specialist, Branch Manager/ Financial Advisor trains her horses so she is able for example, they would get for Comprehensive Wealth Solutions, Inc. in to ride bareback. Th ere will five points, four points for secFredonia. He is a lifelong resident of Dunkirk also be another clinic on June ond and so and so forth until and currently resides in the Town of Dunkirk 23 and 24 where Denny Chapsixth place. And at the end of with his wife, Sarah and 3 sons (Tyler, Nathan man will teach participants the show, they add all your and Zachary) and their family dog, Cody. on how to cowboy mounted points together and whoever shooting. Traveling, golf, skiing and riding recreational has the most points in your All the events and clinics take vehicles and spending time with family and division will win what they place behind Stagecoast West’s friends are among Jerry’s favorite pastimes. call a grand champion and second place would be reserve, store which is on Routes 5 In 2008, this annual golf tournament, formerly and 20 in Irving. For more and our store provides all the known as the DFT Communications Cominformation, you can call them munity Benefit Golf Tournament was renamed grand and reserve prizes.” the Robert Maytum Memorial to honor Robert Each event is run by different at 1-800-648-1121.

Medical Center and within 18 minutes got him in the cardiac center there. They put him on a balloon pump where the machine pumps for your heart, and got the cardiac cauterization done. He came and saw us New Years Day.”

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tenance and has also served as a co-pilot for two years. He says the service averages about one flight a day. “That goes down in the winter, when visibility is diminished because of snow and requirements are higher at night.”

Completion of the hanger is scheduled for July of this year. For more information on WCA Services call 716- 6647353 or visit www.wcaservices. com.

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The mission of the American Red Cross is to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies; when crises and disasters strike, the members and supporters of the American Red Cross join together and respond. This year, the Chautauqua County District of the Southwestern NY Chapter of the American Red Cross, together with major corporate sponsor NRG Dunkirk Power, conducted its tenth annual “Salute to Hometown Heroes” celebration to recognize those local heroes who have demonstrated a tremendous willingness to help their neighbors during times of great need. This breakfast event celebration recognized and celebrated the knowledge, skill and actions of seven exceptional individuals. This year’s recipients of the Everydays TrueValue Firefighter award were David Dole, a 19year veteran, and Adam Kester, an 11-year veteran, both of the Panama Fire Department. At 1 a.m. on November 11, 2011, the Panama Fire Department was dispatched to a barn fire on Route 474 near Blockville. While fighting the blaze, our two Hometown Heroes were badly injured when a heavy well casing fell from the structure. Their injuries kept them in intensive care for several days, and they have each undergone extensive surgeries for their injuries. As their nominator put it, “words cannot express the appreciation that goes out to our volunteer firefighters for putting their lives on the line.” Marsha Okerlund of Westfield was the recipient of the Nestlé

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Purina PetCare Animal Rescue Award. Marsha is a wonderful woman who has dedicated her life to saving dogs. She does her best to rehabilitate and find forever homes for all the abandoned dogs that are lucky enough to pass through the doors of the Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue. Her efforts have saved hundreds of dogs, though she is quick to point out that it is truly a community effort. This year’s recipient of the Farm Fresh Foods Law Enforcement award is a 34-plus year veteran of the Chautauqua County Sheriff ’s Office. Sheriff Joseph Gerace was appointed a full-time Deputy Sheriff in 1979, and has served in pivotal roles within and as a leader of the Office throughout his career. We honor Sheriff Gerace today for his performance as a dedicated law enforcement professional, and for his continued commitment to our schools and communities. He is an active volunteer and, notably, serves as President of the Chautauqua Children’s Safety Education Village. For his dedicated public service, Sheriff Gerace is a true Chautauqua County Hometown Hero. The fundamental requirement to effective response during an emergency is to recognize that an emergency is in fact happening, and then to take action. The winner of the Key Bank Youth Award did just

that. On a winter evening while on his way to a meeting of Jamestown Composite Squadron NY 402 of the Civil Air Patrol, Cadet Technical Sergeant Brandon Powell arrived on the scene of a serious automobile accident and recognized that help was needed. Cadet Powell helped while a trapped victim was extracted from a burning car, and afterwards stayed to direct traffic and do cleanup of the accident site. His skill and calm response in the face of an emergency truly sets an example for us all. Joseph Kelwaski of CARTS was awarded the Cummins, Inc. Workplace Hero award. Each day like clockwork, CARTS Driver Joseph Kelwaski would stop to pick up a regular passenger. One day she wasn’t waiting at her usual bus stop, and he became concerned. While continuing on his required schedule he reached out to other passengers and county employees to have her checked on. After failing to reach her by phone, Office for the Aging employees went to her house, where she was found to be in need of urgent medical attention. Thanks to this dedicated driver, a client in need was able to get emergency medical attention. His commitment shows the strong relationships that CARTS drivers have with the residents they serve. Continued on pg 4

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The Company We Keep

“As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another.” Iron is a powerful material. It can be fashioned into a sword so sharp that it can penetrate or slice most materials it comes in contact with. But it will not reach that level by constantly running across lesser materials. It takes contact with strength to produce strength. Our lives are no different. We too can be fashioned into powerful impleRev. Tim Stahlman ments in the hands of God, but Family Church of the Southern Tier it will not become a reality until we are careful about whom we True, genuine faith is reflected are close to. If the ones around by the company we choose to you are not “iron” then neither keep. The character of the ones will you be. we consider to be our closest When iron contacts iron it is personal associations is the character that is soon to be our not a comfortable thing. Sparks own. Those we fellowship with fly, rough edges are made smooth, and there is a lot of have the character we have personally endorsed. You will noise. We cannot run from always assume full responsibil- those that hold us accountity for the actions of those you able. Sometimes a person’s high spiritual character may surround yourself with. You intimidate you and put your are who you hang with. You are headed for where they are; life on trial. Many times people shy away from that and retreat your future will look just like to the same old comfort zone their present. and hide with the same old “tin With that being said, it is not cans” they’re used to. You had unreasonable to say that God’s better find people of strong blessings are won and lost by Biblical character and surround those we choose to influence your life with them regardour lives. Proverbs 27:17 says, less of how much you like or

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dislike their personality. Too many times people surround themselves with personality when they should have sought out character. You are gambling away your ability to be sharp. Being offended by people who are walking close to God is not going to sharpen you. Offense will only make you dull. A person who desires correction at the hands of a godly man or woman is a person who will walk in the power of God. Criticizing and making fun of someone with a desire to please God will only hinder you from “cutting” through that next trial. If you do not have someone in your life more spiritual than you then you are at risk. When you get sharpened with the things of godly character, that’s when you’re going to step into the plan of God for your life. That’s when you’re going to experience the hand of God on your children, finances, and marriage. When you are sharp is when you’re going to recognize the leading of God and have the strength to live apart from the same old depressing life. Make an honest appraisal of your closest associations. Do you want their present to be your future?

Catholic Corner

St Philip Neri: Saint of Humor, Patron Saint of Joy and Patron Saint of Special Forces Feast Day May 26 By Shirley Hilburger-Stratton he did daily by walking twelve ferent churches every evening, a completely new idea at that miles to visit them all. Contributing Writer Philip was often in prayer and, time. Today the Oratory of St Philip Neri has spread around during one of these times of When we think of saints, we the world, with over 70 Oratoprayer, he felt a globe of light don’t normally think of lively enter his mouth and sink into ries and some 500 priests. humor, practical jokes and his heart. This experience gave Philip was endearingly funny silliness. But St Philip Neri and had a particular charm him so much energy to serve shatters all our conceptions of God that he went out to work that attracted others to him. what holiness means. Philip It is true that Philip would at the hospital of the incurlaughed often and his genial ables and starting speaking to say mass with a chipmunk antics had much of Rome perched on his shoulder. It was others about God, everyone laughing with him. The two precisely his unpredictability, from beggars to bankers. books Phillip valued the most spontaneity and humor that were the New Testament and a Philip noticed that many of the young men in Rome were caused so many to love him. volume of jokes and riddles. Philip’s advice was always helpfloundering with no purpose Born in Florence, Italy in the ful but he usually inserted huor direction. They needed year 1515, Philip was one of mor. Once a young priest asked guidance during their daily four children of a poor and him what the best prayer would lives. So Philip began to ask underachieving lawyer Franbe to say after a wedding. Philip the young men to come by cesco Neri. Philip’s mother answered: “A prayer for peace!” in the early afternoon when died when the children were they would discuss spiritual “Cheerfulness strengthens young but a kind and capable readings and then stay for the heart and makes us try stepmother took her place. At prayer in the evening. The the age of eighteen, Philip went numbers of men who attended harder to make a good life for ourselves and others.” St. to San Germano to live with a these meetings grew rapidly. relative to learn and help with In order to handle the growth, Philip Neri his business. But shortly after Shirley Stratton has a Masters Philip gave a more formal he arrived, having no interstructure to the meetings and Degree in Pastoral Studies from est (or aptitude) in business, built a room called the Oratory St Bernard School of Theology Philip set out for Rome withto hold them in. The members in Rochester, NY. Growing up in out money or a plan, trusting Angola, NY, she attended Most of the Oratory undertook in God’s providence. When various kinds of mission work Precious Blood Church where the Philip arrived in Rome, his throughout Rome, notably the priests and nuns first introduced favorite devotion was to pray their love of the saints to her. preaching of sermons in difin the seven churches, which

Keeping the Faith

Dear Pastor, does God control the weather? Moses and the children of Israel could pass over the dry seabed to safety (Exodus 14:21). God can control the weather! Now if the question is, “Is every weather event a direct act of God?” our answer would be no. When God made the world, He set up systems and laws to govern the natural forces of nature. An example By Rev. Michael Lokietek of this is the law of gravity. Family Church of Chautauqua County Although God set up this law, it does not mean that Around this time of the year everything that happens due (due to impending spring to gravity is a direct result of storms) we get asked this God’s influence. Bad events question. If the question was such as a disabled airplane simply, “Can God control the crashing occur because of weather?” the answer would gravity’s influence, but aren’t be yes. There are many incaused by the direct comstances recorded in the Bible mand of God. where God’s power directed The weather operates the the weather. The Book of same way. God set up natural Genesis tells us that God systems to produce climates caused it to rain for forty and seasons for the planet. days and nights (chapter 7). Once initiated, these sysGod answered Elijah’s prayer tems operate on their own. by not allowing it to rain Although disasters such as for 3 1/2 years (James 5:17, tornadoes and hurricanes 18). God also caused a great are referred to as “acts of wind to part the Red Sea so

God”, these events occur as a natural response to particular weather conditions and physical forces such as winds and tides. Did God cause them? The answer is no. God is a good God and desires the best for His children. The corruption that occurred after man sinned in the Garden of Eden also affected the Earth’s natural conditions and weather patterns (Genesis 3:17-19). There was no bad weather on the earth until man’s fall. A final answer to your question can be found in Mark 4:39. In this illustration Jesus rebuked a storm and it stopped. If God had caused that storm, and Jesus commanded it to stop, Jesus would have been rebuking His Father’s will. This is something He would never do. This example shows us that God can control the weather, (the storm stopped!) but the storm itself couldn’t have been God’s will.

of beautiful Rwanda will be included in the service. This service will also include special music performed by The Unitarian Universalist Jordan Pitts, a recent graduCongregation of Northern ate of SUNY Fredonia. Chautauqua is pleased to announce that Sally Ann Dunst, During the service Reliwho grew up in the UUCNC gious Exploration classes for children in grades K-4 will be congregation, will speak held. Childcare for those less on Sunday. Dunst, a Peace Corp volunteer who recently than 5 years of age will also be provided. returned from Rwanda, will share how her wonder about The Unitarian Universalist a tiny African country helped Congregation of Northern her learn about humanity, Chautauqua is a liberal faith and herself. Pictures

religious community devoted to promoting individual spiritual development, working toward peace, liberty and justice in our immediate and global communities, and providing companionship on life’s sacred journey. Our worship services are held each Sunday at 11 a.m. in the Grange Hall, 58 W. Main St. Fredonia. Please call 6797944, visit www.uucnc.org or visit our page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/uucnc for more information.

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Sunday, June 3, 2012, Noon-6pm ❊ $5000 in cash prizes ❊ Chiavetta‘s Chicken BBQ

HOMETOWN HEROES continued from pg 3 Constance Keyser of the Cassadaga Volunteer Fire Department was the recipient of the Chautauqua Patrons Insurance Company Emergency Personnel Award. On the morning of November 1, 2011, Connie was on her way to college when she came upon a serious automobile accident. Ms. Keyser stopped at the scene, and with the assistance of a bystander, helped the occupants of the burning semi-truck to egress safely.  After ensuring that all individuals were out of the truck, Connie continued to administer care to the occupants of the semi-truck, and assisted with the rescue until further EMS and fire units arrived.  The recipient of the NRG Dunkirk Power Humanitarian Award was John Kwietniewski. A humanitarian is defined as a person having concern for or helping to improve the welfare and happiness of people, or someone who works to save human lives or alleviate suffering.  This year’s humanitarian

award winner reflected these values when, while on his way to Sinclairville Elementary School and his job as a school principal, he stopped to assist the victims of a serious automobile accident. John stopped and assisted EMTs by kicking out the windshield of a vehicle as it lay on its side burning.  He helped the driver out while EMTs and firefighters removed the passenger.  Treated at the scene for cuts he had received during the rescue, John then continued on his way to work; after all, he had school kids waiting for him!  John showed us that day that he was a Hometown Hero.  He unselfishly stopped to help when it was needed most. These heroes and those sponsoring their awards are being recognized by the American Red Cross in what has become an annual tradition. This year’s winners received their awards at the Hometown Heroes Breakfast held at the Moon Brook Country

Club in Jamestown on Friday, May 18. The SWNY Chapter Chairman, Clayton Sweeney, extended special thanks to those who made this awards event possible - the staff at Moon Brook Country Club, Marika Koch who sang the National Anthem, Master of Ceremonies Mark Goshgarian, General Assignment News Reporter for YNN Jamestown, and the many corporate award sponsors. Mr. Sweeney also thanked Spectrum Eyecare and DFT Communications, two local companies that sponsored tables for the event. Southwestern NY Chapter Executive Director Bill Tucker said it this way: “Our Hometown Heroes Event is a wonderful way to recognize ordinary people doing extraordinary things.”  Funds raised through this event will support local Chapter programs such as disaster relief operations and Service to Armed Forces activities in Chautauqua County.

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Auction to Benefit Heritage House Childcare and Learning Center Contributed Article Heritage Ministries

On Friday June 1, Heritage Ministries will host the sixth Annual as a Charity Auction to benefit Heriu- tage House Childcare and Learnd ing Center. The event will take nds place at Jamestown Community College Phys. Ed Complex located God off of Curtis Street in Jamestown. The evening will include both a Thesilent (6 p.m.) and live (7 p.m.) auction, with over a hundred and thirty great items donated ted by generous local businesses and individuals. s was Heritage House, which opened in th 2002, is a not-for-profit daycare provider located on Prather Avenue in Jamestown. The childcare and learning center serves area families with children between - the ages of 6 weeks to 5 years. The m center is also a Universal Pred Kindergarten (UPK) site for the us Jamestown Public School District. us Heritage House currently offers one morning and one afternoon is UPK class. er s The annual event’s silent auction, starting at 6 p.m., will include an ed!)overnight get away from Hampton n’t Inn & Suites and Comfort Inn, fitness center memberships and gift cards, sports memorabilia and tickets, several local golf club gift certificates, themed baskets, children’s toys, handcrafted jewelry pieces and dozens of great gift

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certificates to local businesses & restaurants. The live auction will start at 7 p.m. with auctioneer Greg Himes of Himes Auction Company. This year’s feature items are handcrafted and custom-built children’s chairs, rocking chairs and nesting tables donated by Fancher Chair of Falconer. Each of the handcrafted

furniture pieces has been uniquely painted by talented local artists including, Gary Peters Jr., Lindsey Brown, Tara Eastman, Renee Mitchner, Elaine Caflisch, Diane Gatto, Wes Bossman, Brian Pye, Wendy Samuelson, Liz Jones, Lisa Anne Matteson and John Cresanti. The live auction will also include the new Apple Ipad, an Apple

Ipod nano 8GB, Ricoh SPC 23IN network color printer, YMCA 1 year membership for a new member, antique hexagon star quilt, children’s quilt, 24 month vehicle maintenance package from Shults Auto Center, one week of summer camp at Mission Meadows, unique stained glass sculpture by local artist William Disbro, Artone LLC

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“My Companion” nightstand, dessert of the month and more! The Heritage House Annual Charity Auction is open to the public and is free. The evening offers attendees free appetizers and desserts donated by local food vendors. All money raised by the auction will benefit the children served by Heritage House Childcare and Learning Center. To view some of this year’s auction items in our online auction catalog, please visit our website at www. heritage1886.org or join our event page on facebook at www.facebook.com/HeritageMinistries. Heritage Ministries is a non-profit, human service organization serving the Chautauqua County region with over 800 employees. Independent and assisted living residences for seniors are located at Heritage Village Retirement Campus in Gerry and in the spring of 2012, these same type of services will be available at The Woodlands, A Heritage Senior Living Community in West Ellicott. Rehabilitation and skilled nursing services are provided at Heritage Village (Gerry, NY), Heritage Park (Jamestown, NY), and Heritage Green in Greenhurst Rehab and Skilled Nursing. Heritage Ministries also provides childcare services at Heritage House Childcare and Learning Center in Jamestown. For more information, please call 716-4876800 or visit www.heritage1886. org.


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HEALTH SECTION

WCA Hospital Cancer Program Receives Highest Honors

of cancer care, right here, close to home,” says Betsy T. Wright, WCA Hospital WCA Hospital President/ CEO. “Our designation is The WCA Hospital Cancer our gold seal of approval and Care Program has once again demonstrates our ongoing, been awarded a three-year continual commitment to proAccreditation with Commen- viding access to highly-skilled dation—the national gold seal physicians, medical specialists, of approval and high honors and support staff who work from the Commission on collaboratively to coordinate Cancer (CoC) of the Ameriexcellent cancer care for those can College of Surgeons. The who have entrusted us with American College of Surgeons their care.” Commission on Cancer sets Established by the American the gold standard for cancer College of Surgeons in 1922, care across the nation. Only the Approvals Program sets one in four hospitals across the standards for cancer programs nation receive the gold seal of and reviews the programs to approval and only a small per- make sure they conform to centage of the hospitals receive those standards. Recognizcommendation. ing that cancer is a complex “This award confirms that group of diseases, the program WCA offers the highest quality promotes consultation among Contributed Article

surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, diagnostic radiologists, pathologists, and other cancer specialists. That multidisciplinary cooperation results in improved patient care. Accreditation is given only to those facilities that have voluntarily committed to providing the highest level of quality cancer care and that undergo a rigorous evaluation process and review of their performance. Receiving care at a CoCAccreditated cancer program ensures that patients will receive: • Comprehensive care, including a range of state-of-the-art services and equipment; • A multispecialty, team approach to coordinate the best treatment options;

• Information about ongoing clinical trials and new treatment options; • Access to cancer-related information, education, and support; • A cancer registry that collects data on type and stage of cancers and treatment results and offers lifelong patient follow-up; • Ongoing monitoring and improvement of care, and most importantly, • Quality care close to home. “We have one of the finest community cancer care programs in the area with the latest in technological advances in cancer diagnosis and treatment, specializing in state-ofthe-art integrated care for a wide range of cancer illnesses,”

adds Mrs. Wright. “We extend our congratulations to our cancer care team for their hard work, compassion, and excellent standard of care that has made this distinguished designation possible.” WCA Hospital’s Cancer Care Program, a conveniently located community-based service, is staffed by a collaborative team of board-certified expert physicians and health care professionals that provide a wide range of cancer care services from routine screenings to the diagnosis and treatment of patients diagnosed with cancer. The comprehensive cancer care team is dedicated to preventing, diagnosing, and treating cancer for residents in the Chautauqua County and surrounding region. In

partnership with physicians, hospital staff, and health care providers, the nationally recognized program provides a comprehensive range of high-quality, compassionate, and cost-effective services, including health education, screening, diagnosis, treatment, and psychosocial and patient navigation support. The Commission on Cancer approval is nationally recognized by organizations such as The Joint Commission, American Cancer Society, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the National Quality Forum and the National Cancer Institute as having established performance measures for the provision of high-quality cancer care.

Whooping Cough Cases on Rise in County cinated and children less than one year old,” said Christine Chautauqua County Department of Schuyler, County Public Health Health Director. “Make sure your infants and young children get the An increase in the number of recommended series of shots cases of whooping cough, also on time. Adolescent and adult known as Pertussis, has been vaccination is also important, identified by the Chautauqua especially for families with new County Department of Health. infants as the vaccine prevents The best way to prevent peryou from getting pertussis and tussis is to get vaccinated. passing it along to the baby. Caregivers, close friends and “Pertussis, commonly called relatives who spend time with whooping cough, is very conthe baby, including grandpartagious and can cause serious illness–especially in infants who ents, should get vaccinated, too,” added Schuyler. are too young to be fully vacContributed Article

Pertussis is spread through the air during close contact from a sick person when talking, sneezing, or coughing. Early symptoms are similar to a common cold and then progress to a long series of coughs or “coughing fits” followed by a whooping noise. However, older children, adults and very young infants may not develop the whoop. The cough is often worse at night and cough medicines usually do not help alleviate it. Vaccinated individuals may still be susceptible to the pertussis disease, but generally have milder symptoms.

The pertussis vaccine is routinely given to children at 2, 4, 6, and 12-15 months of age, and then between 4 and 6 years of age. Since immunity can fade over time, periodic “booster” doses are needed by adolescents and adults to keep immunity strong. Parents with children less than 7 years of age who have not been completely immunized against pertussis (particularly infants under one year) should talk to their child’s doctor about the benefits of vaccination. Students entering the sixth grade in New York State are required to receive one

booster dose of pertussis. The following adult groups get a single dose of Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Pertussis) vaccination regardless of how long it’s been since you received a tetanus only vaccine: • Adults of any age, including adults age 65 years and older, in contact with infants younger than age 12 months (e.g., parents, grandparents, childcare providers) who have not received a dose of Tdap. • Pregnant women, preferably after 20 weeks’ gestation.

• Healthcare personnel of all ages. “With pertussis circulating in the community, there is still a chance that a fully vaccinated person can catch this very contagious disease. When you or your child develops a cold that includes a prolonged or severe cough, it may be pertussis. The best way to know is to contact your health care provider,” added Schuyler. For more information, please call the Chautauqua County Department of Health at 1-866-604.

WOMEN’S SECTION Scrapbooking Today

“Marbling” Accent Paper With Nail Polish By Anne Walterich Contributing Article

One of my favorite internet time-suckers is Pinterest (Pinterest.com), a virtual vision board of stunning photos, inspiration and shared practical knowledge. I’ve now made gelatin cocktails in citrus peels for a party, tried a new banana bread recipe and found many creative DIY wedding ideas I can’t wait to experiment with. Pinterest is everything a general-interest decorating, craft, travel, entertaining and fashion magazine has the potential to be, without the pesky advertorials and poorly-written fiction getting in the way. For free. I abhor the lady-magazine genre, especially titles like Cosmopolitan, Allure, Marie Claire and all of their like-minded friends on the racks in the grocery store checkout line. Fancier titles like W and Vogue (in any language) are purely inspirational, not offering anything practical for plebeians like me. Sadly, JANE is no longer with us and BUST only comes out ten times a year in all of its hipster glory. If it wasn’t for the Pinterest members (at least the ones I follow) cutting through the baloney and only posting the best and most attainable fashion and beauty projects, I would have missed out on watermarbled nail polish. I’ve seen the Martha Stewart marbled paper tutorials in her magazine and online before, but was not about to try something that looked so complicated and required special ingredients. Pinterest, however, showed me that a shot glass of water, a few drops of nail polish and a toothpick could produce beautiful salon results on fingertips. My hands look like stubby-fingered wrinkly nightmares on any good day, so I don’t normally wear nail polish that draws attention to my digits. Yet, I thought I might be able to create a similar result on paper using the same principle as the nail tutorial.

thing sparkly and pink, I decided to give up on concentric circles, just play with colors on the water and see what happened. Dropping colors in several spots in the large bowl, moving it to create patterns and abandoning the toothpick altogether, I dipped sheets of paper into each concoction, placed them on racks and let them dry. I liked it. Using different thicknesses of paper, brands of nail polish and the occasional drop of acetone in the bowl produced unique results. Smaller sheets tended to work better than the larger sheets of paper, simply because wet paper is not easy to handle without tearing. I also think that the bright colors I used would make backgrounds too busy for a larger layout. Sally Hansen polishes tended to spread quickly in the water, while the dollar-store brands stayed in one place without manipulation. Also, older polish of any brand thinned with remover was a crafty catastrophe for this project. I don’t know if I’ll try this again for scrapbooking, because at the end of it all the nail polish fumes gave me a headache and I probably lost a few thousand brain cells. The “Pinspiration” was great, but I think this may be best for fingertips and not for memory keeping. You can find the Pinterest tutorial by visiting Pinterest.com and searching for “marbled nails,” as well as videos on Youtube for creating the look yourself. This week’s pick: Konad Nail Stamping Kit, First, I took a large salad bowl and filled it with There must be a lesson about chemicals, surface $9.99, konadnailart.com. A friend just bought warm water. Next, I added a drop of nail polish tension and time in here, because all it did was this system and Nail Technicians have asked her how she managed to paint on such detailed in the center of the water. It sank to the bottom. pick up the entire mess into a lovely-colored blob on the end of the pick. I tried again several art. She also has slender fingers, strong, long After a few tries, I figured out that by holding nails and patience, so anything works on her more times before losing patience, realizing the brush right above the water’s surface, the hands, but swears that anyone can do it. that there was another lesson here: this techcolor would float on top and slowly dissipate, nique works best in a shot glass for a reason just like the online photos showed. I added Anne Walterich is the owner of Sunset Scrapdifferent colors, drop by drop, in the center, and and that for perfect results with handmade books, an album design and photo preservation marbled paper, Martha probably knows best. attempted to drag the toothpick through the service. When not attempting to make her hands center to create that perfectly marbled look. look less Hobbit-like, she can be found online at Not one to completely give up and waste someSunsetScrapbooks.com.


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MEMORIAL DAY

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recently received a United States flag from Korean War veteran Peter Carlo. Mr. Carlo received a Purple Heart while in service and is a past commander of the Disabled ll American Veterans Post #47.

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For Freedom

Memorial Day activities in Jamestown to come to Soldier’s Circle at the Lakeview Cemetery in Jamestown. There will be a time of placing flags on the graves of those veterans who All around the United States, served and died, whether in or communities big and small out of service at the time. are gathering this weekend “Everyone is welcome,” said to recognize one thing- our Finson. “The more people we freedoms. have, the more time people “The big thing is to remember have to think about it, read the all the service men and women gravestone, see how old they who have given their lives,” were. See what war they were said Andrew Finson, adjutant in and ponder what they went for the United Veterans Coun- through. We want people to cil of Jamestown. “Not just the walk and enjoy and share exones who died in combat but periences with their kids. We those who lived and passed want them to be able to spend afterwards, throughout the last time at each grave.” year.” For the Jamestown parade on Finson has worked hard to Memorial Day, formation will bring an event to Jamestown begin at 9 am, with the Marthis year that encourages shals and Aides representing involvement of each and every the United Veterans Council person in the community to of Jamestown reporting to get out and participate. Thurs- the Grand Marshal at West day, May 24 at 6 p.m. there is Fourth and Washington Streets an open invitation for anyone promptly at 9 for final instrucBy Scott Wise

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tions. All persons requiring rides will need to provide their own transportation. The line of march will be east on Fourth Street to Prendergast Avenue, and north on Prendergast to Buffalo Street. The Honorary Marshals and dignitaries will review the parade. The review will take place where Wilson Place crosses Prendergast Avenue. All organizations will salute the Honorary Marshals as they pass. Organizations' banners and flags will be dipped in salute to the reviewing dignitaries. The parade will continue to Soldiers' Circle in Lake View Cemetery. Upon entering the cemetery, all units will march at ease except when passing the G.A.R. and United Spanish War Veterans' plots, at which time all commands will come to attention and execute eyes right. Organizations' banners

Reg Lenna To Screen The Hunger Games

Every year in the ruins of what was once North America, the evil capitol of the nation of Panem forces each of its twelve districts to send a teenage boy and girl to compete in The Hunger Games. A twisted punishment for a past uprising and an ongoing government intimidation tactic, The Hunger Games are a nationally televised event in which “Tributes” must fight with one another until one survivor remains. Katniss, played by JJennifer Lawrence.

Pitted against highly trained Tributes who have prepared for these Games their entire lives, Katniss is forced to rely upon her sharp instincts as well as the mentorship of drunken former victor Haymitch Abernathy. If she’s ever to return home to District 12, Katniss must make impossible choices in the arena that weigh survival against humanity and life against love. The Reg Lenna Civic Center is

and flags will be dipped in salute at this time. Music will not be played and drums will be muffled while in the cemetery. Units not proceeding to Soldiers Circle must quickly exit the parade route either east or west at the intersection of Buffalo Street, allowing following units a clear entry into Lakeview Cemetery. The entry into the cemetery must be clear at all times for participating units to proceed to Soldiers Circle. There will be services at the cemetery after the parade, with guest speaker Senator Catherine Young. Lastly, it’s not too late to get hooked up. “If there are any organizations that still want to participate, it’s not too late,” said Finson. “We’d love to have any many people in the parade that want to participate.”

located at 116 East Third Street in Jamestown, NY. The Hunger Games is rated PG-13. All tickets are $5. Call 716-4847070 to reserve seats. Tickets will be sold at the door. School groups may call 716664-2465, ext. 227 for bus drop off/pick up information. Youth Series is presented by The Arts Council for Chautauqua County and Cummins Engine.


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SUNY Fredonia Senior Lori Dispenza To Speak In Arlington, Va., On Memorial Day Contributed Article SUNY Fredonia

Lori M. Dispenza, a U.S. Army Veteran and scholarship recipient at SUNY Fredonia, has been selected to speak May 28 at the 15th annual Memorial Day observance at the Women In Military Service For America Memorial in Arlington, Va. Dispenza will be representing the U.S. Army as a guest speaker at the ceremony, taking place at 4 p.m. on the Memorial Plaza. Wilma L. Vaught, Brigadier General, United States Air Force, Retired, will be the presiding official for the ceremony. At SUNY Fredonia, Dispenza is majoring in psychology and minoring in criminal justice. She is the recipient of the 2011 SUNY Fredonia Veterans Scholarship and the 2011 Smith-Viggiani Veterans Scholarship. She also has a work-study assignment at the SUNY Fredonia Veterans Affairs Office. A resident of Portland, NY, she is a 1998 graduate of Brocton Central School.

SUNY Fredonia student Lori Dispenza is shown speaking at the campus’ 2011 Veterans Remembrance Ceremony, upon receipt of the 2011 SUNY Fredonia Veterans Scholarship. She has been selected to speak May 28 at the 15th annual Memorial Day observance at the Women In Military Service For America Memorial in Arlington, Va.

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Tewodros “Teddy” Fekadu will speak and sign copies of his book, “No One’s Son,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 24, in the Fireplace Room at Prendergast Library. The author was born in wartime in a rural village in Ethiopia to a poor teenage mother and a wealthy older father who did not acknowledge him. He ended up in Australia after surviving abandonment, famine, and years in a Japanese detention center. It took him seven years to write his book, which is summed up on the cover as “the story of a defiant Ethiopian boy and his bold quest for freedom.” He has lived in five countries on three continents and is fluent in four languages. Today Fekadu is an inspirational speaker for audiences such as adoptive families, human rights groups, and East African immigrants. He regularly returns to Africa to shoot footage for projects for his company, Moonface Entertainment, which produces films and documentaries on East Africa. He also travels to the United States to promote his work. Booklist describes the book as “an eloquent story of one

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Tewodros “Teddy” Fekadu will sign copies of his book, “No One’s Son,” at Prendergast Library, May 24.

Ethiopian man’s experience of cruelty, displacement, and rejection, but also courage, kindness, love, and success.” Fekadu’s presentation is free

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Remembering the War of 1812 Fenton Seeks Relatives of War of 1812 Veterans

pocket when he arrived was a land warrant in payment for his war service and fifty cents. The land was in Illinois where he Do you have a War of 1812 had no intention of relocating. veteran in your family line? He sold the warrant to Dr. E. Is he buried in Chautauqua T. Foote for ten pounds of plug County? This is the 200th anni- tobacco. He eventually went into versary year of the War of 1812. the lumber business – buying The Fenton History Center is and selling logs and sawing holding a short memorial for to specification for building the “Second War of Indepenprojects which by 1820s were dence” veterans at Lake View in great number as Jamestown Cemetery on Wednesday, May expanded. 30, 2012 at 6 p.m. at the office Over time he moved to Jameon the corner of Lakeview Ave. stown and served as the conand Buffalo St. stable, ran a variety of retail The remembrance will take businesses, developed land for place at the grave of Col. Henry homes and farmed. He was an Baker, a veteran of the War ardent Union supporter allowof 1812 and an early settler in ing three of his sons to serve Jamestown. Baker came to this in the Civil War. He gave a area in 1816, locating eventually patriotic, emotion filled call to at Fluvanna. All he had in his arms during the darkest time Contributed Article Fenton History Center

of the Civil War encouraging the younger men to enlist. Part of his speech to raise another regiment was, “The country needs the men. I have no more sons to give, but as I will give more money and keep on giving as long as I have a cent left, and if I had three more sons old enough to bear a musket I would give them, too. We must save that flag.” He married twice, his first wife died within a year of the marriage, his second wife bore him ten children and they adopted two children. He died a wealthy man with over 1,800 acres of land in the southwest corner of Jamestown. Col. Baker’s great-great-great grandson is a member of the Continued on pg 13

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‘Poppy Love’

Memorial Day Poppy Tradition Still Endures By Patricia Pihl Editor

They are spotted outside of stores, bouquets of cloth, wire-stemmed poppies in one hand, money can in the other. They are the poppy ladies, members of the VFW or American Legion Auxiliary who remind the public that it’s Memorial Day and the supreme the sacrifices made by our armed forces. Those who are not of the World War II generation may have passed by these ladies without taking much notice. But the poppy movement, as it is called, represents a long-standing tradition dating back to the turn of the twentieth century. According to usmemorialday.org, the use of poppies to commemorate Memorial Day was started by Moina Michaels, a professor and humanitarian who conceived of using poppies as a symbol of remembrance for those who served in World War I. Michaels was inspired by the 1915 poem, “In Flanders Fields.” She then began to wear red poppies on Memorial Day in honor of those who died serving the nation during war. She also sold poppies to her friends and co-workers with the money going to benefit servicemen in need. Later a Madam Guerin from France was visiting the United States and learned of this new custom started by Michael. When she returned

Louise Richir, Lake Chautauqua Memorial Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8647 Ladies Auxiliary member, hands out poppies outside of the Mayville Tops Market for Memorial Day. Proceeds from poppy donations are part of a relief fund used locally for disabled veterans and their families.

to France, she then made artificial red poppies to raise money for war- orphaned children and widowed women. The tradition then spread to other countries. In 1921, the Franco-American Children’s League sold poppies nationally to benefit war orphans of France and Belgium. The League disbanded a year later and Madam Guerin approached the VFW for help. Shortly before Memorial Day in 1922 the VFW became the first veterans organizations to nationally sell poppies. Two years later their “Buddy” Poppy program was selling artificial poppies made by disabled veterans. In 1948

the US Post Office honored Michael for her role in founding the National Poppy movement by issuing a red 3-cent postage stamp with her likeness on it. Today each VFW post has what Clara Dunbar, auxiliary president of the Lake Chautauqua Memorial Veterans VFW Post 8647 calls a “relief fund” to be used for veterans and their families locally, in times of need. Disabled veterans still make poppies, which provides income and is often used as therapy for fingers and hands, disability from wounds, disease and the effects of aging.


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Flavor of the Week

Cabana Sam’s and Sunset Bay Beach Club

By Scott Wise Star News Writer

While a Caribbean vacation at today’s airfare could suck a family of four out of a few grand, rest assured. You don’t need to head south to hit the tropical beaches and sandy shores. Rather, turn the compass north and head for Sunset Bay, New York. “It’s a casual, tropically decorated venue that’s family friendly,” said Kelly Borello, the general manager of Cabana Sam’s and Sunset Bay Beach Club. “Parents can sit on the deck enjoying an appetizer while the kids are right there on the beach.” Borello and her team have worked hard under owner Sam Bova for the past 27 years. That was when Bova bought the Sunset Bay Beach Club. 12 years later, they purchased and renovated what is now Cabana Sam’s. Today, the two businesses are thriving examples of the Western New Yorker’s desire for the Caribbean. “It’s a little bit of paradise,” said Borello. “When you pull into Sunset Bay and you start heading toward the lake and see the sand, the restaurant and bars right on the beach, you feel like you’re on vacation somewhere.” When you walk into Cabana Sam’s, it truly feels like stepping into the Caribbean. They’ve used bright colors, bamboo decorations and a ‘wide-open’ dining experience to appeal to the patron’s more tropical senses. But, it’s not just the Caribbean influence that make Cabana Sam’s a great one-tank getaway.

sic every Friday also promises to provide great entertainment for the party-going crowd. “It’s definitely the place to see and be seen,” said Borello. “Saturday is happy hour from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., with a DJ Saturday nights. Sunday is really the industry day for us. We bring a lot of radio stations in to do promotions, and throughout July we have the ‘Beauty and the Beach’ swimsuit competition every Sunday.” Both places span a great five-acre The Sunset Bay Beach Club will be open for business on Friday, May 25. A popular summer stretch of beach, which is groomed venue, the beach club sports new detail and finishing touches on last season’s big remodel. daily and staffed by lifeguards throughout the summer months. It’s a shallow area, so boaters can drop anchor and head to shore easily. At the same time, the shallow water makes a great place for parents to bring their kids. The beach rarely closes during the summer, providing a great getaway you can plan around. If you’re in the Western Neww The bright and vibrant daily special board at Cabana Sam’s. York area, Sunset Bay is a great when the 21 and over club Chautauqua County. With affordable prices, daily stop for a weekend or weeknight enjoys bands, beaches and beach specials and live music three getaway. It’s close, and provides “Sunset Bay is a mixed comnights a week, it’s a place that’ll munity of cottage rentals,” said balls (or volley balls, rather). both the family friendly atmokeep you coming back for more. Borello. “Every week, half of “We completely remodeled the sphere many folks are hungry for, but also give the 21 and over Beach Club at the end of the the cottages are rented to new “We’ve got nightly dinner people and we get a new group 2010 season,” said Borello. “We crowd a popular summer scene to specials all summer long, and enjoy. Check out www.sunsetbfrom all around, even folks from oepend in 2011 with a newly live music in a family friendly ayusa.com for more information. the Midwest. We have a lot who remodeled beach club that environment.” Said Borello. needed a lot of finish work. For Cabana Sam’s will have full “The live music is Tuesdays and live in the Bay and don’t rent, 2012, people are really going to season hours starting Memoand we pull in from Buffalo, Thursdays at 7 p.m. and Sunsee the finished product.” days at 6. It’s a little bit of para- Jamestown and Erie. It’s good rial Day weekend, which are dise. Whether you’re here for an for that ‘one-tank getaway.’” 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m. MondayWith changes like bamboo on hour or a week, we want you to The focused effort of turning Ca- the walls, tropical colors and Saturday, and 12 p.m. to 2 a.m. feel like you’re on vacation.” on Sundays. bana Sam’s into a family friendly decorations, new ceiling fans and barstools, it’s a whole new establishment was one to help Both establishments bring in Also on Memorial Day weekwelcome a wide variety of people place. The remodel also moved end, the Beach Club will be a good crowd of local patronthe bar outside so visitors can to the Bay. The widely popular age, but their popularity has open from noon to 7 p.m. Sunget their tropical drinks and be day to Thursday, noon to 2 a.m. Sunset Bay Beach Club is one grown so much that they are consistently bringing the strong that finds its peak business dur- outside at the same time. With a Friday and Saturday. The grand stage inside the venue, live mu- opening is Friday, May 25. economic impact of tourism to ing the warm summer months,

On-Going Events Chautauqua Shores Chorus (Women Barbershoppers) (Mondays) First Baptist Church, 358 E. Fifth St., Jamestown, NY. 7 p.m.

Dunkirk Free Library StoryTime and Craft - (Tuesday and Thursday)

Friday, May 25 The Porcelain Busdrivers

10 p.m. , Village Casino, Bemus Point www.bemuspointcasino.com

Sunset Bay Beach Club Opening Party

8 p.m. to 2 a.m. 10:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. For children Sunset Bay Beach Club ages 3 - 5 years old. Story time is www.sunsetbayusa.com free. For more information call 366-2511.

“From Stage to Talkies: Theaters in Jamestown” 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fenton History Center www.fentonhistory.org

Westfield Farmer’s Market Routes 394 and 20 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Starting May 26

Downtown Jamestown Farmers Market 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Starting May 25

Saturday, May 26

Bluebird Nestbox Workshop and Walk

1 to 4 p.m. Audubon Center and Sanctuary $15/member; $18/non-member; $5/children 12 and under. www.jamestownaudubon.org

Big Tree Trek

9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Long Point State Park Call 549-1050 to reserve

Introduction to Kayaking

9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Evergreen Outfitters, $75, Register by phone: 716-763-2266

Spring Flowers of Chautauqua

9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Main Gate Welcome Center Chautauqua Institution $15 for Audubon members, $18 for non-members www.jamestownaudubon.org

Village Wide Yard Sale

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mayville www.mayvillechautauqua.org

9th Amish Relief Auction

9:30 a.m. Empire Livestock Cherry Creek Market, 716-296-5041

Bike Maintenance and Repair Workshop

10 a.m. to 12 p.m. SUNY Fredonia, 2148 Fenton Hall $125 for four classes www.fredonia.edu

What’s happening Open Studio Tour

Memorial Day Weekend at

Chautauqua- Lake Erie Art Trail Midway 10 a.m. – 7 p.m., www.northsho- 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. reartsalliance.com Midway State Park www.nysparks.com

Memorial Day Weekend Kick Off 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Midway State Park www.nysparks.com

Tour Jamestown: Walking Through History

1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Fenton History Center $5 members, $10 non-members www.fentonhistorycenter.org

New Wave Nation

10 p.m. Village Casino, Bemus Point www.bemuspointcasino.com

Sunday, May 27 Sunday Morning Vineyard Walk & Brunch

9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Johnson Estate Winery, $25, www.johnsonestatewinery.com

Monday, May 28 Memorial Day Parade and Service 9:30 a.m. Downtown Findley Lake www.findleylakeinfo.org

Very Fine Antiques Auction 10 a.m. Chautauqua Lake Auction Center www.jimwrodaauction.com

Memorial Day Weekend at Midway 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Midway State Park www.nysparks.com

Memorial Day Service 2 p.m., Thule Lodge


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Jamestown Kiwanis Club Sponsors AMBA Wellness Program Contributed Article Jamestown Kiwanis Club

The Jamestown Kiwanis Club is sponsoring an AMBA Wellness Program on June 9 at the Immanuel Lutheran Church on 556 East Second Street from 6 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. The AMBA Wellness Program includes blood tests for Coronary Disease, Liver and Kidney Disease, Anemia, Diabetes and other types of diseases. The cost for the full AMBA panel is $38. The Jamestown Kiwanis Club will collect a $7 sponsorship fee which will assist local programs for children.

Jamestown Kiwanis Club Board Member Chuck Nazzaro and President Wendy Wilcox.

The following optional tests are also available for an ad-

ditional fee and require a separate script from a physi-

cian: Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), Thyroxine (T4), Insure Colon Rectal Kit and Cardio CRP. Anyone interested in participating should contact their physician for permission to have the test results sent to their office. For further information or to schedule an appointment call 1-800-2348888. Kiwanis International is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time. New members are always welcome. For more information call Wendy Wilcox at 450-6874 or Chuck Nazzaro at 664-8386.

International Entries in Audubon Photo Contest Contributed Article Jamestown Audubon Society

Spain, India, Sri Lanka, England, Wales, British Columbia, Ontario and 29 states: entries in this year’s Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Contest are coming – literally – from around the world. Audubon Center and Sanctuary Program Director and contest coordinator Jennifer Schlick suggested that, “This year’s increased publicity has informed more people of the opportunity and cash prizes provide an incentive to enter.” She added, “Being able to submit photographs digitally makes it a very simple process.” With more than a month to go until the June 30 contest deadoughly and often enough line, there is still plenty of time to keep the soil slightly to submit photographs in the moist. Gradually reduce the categories of Wildlife, Plants/ frequency until your plants Trees/Fungi, and Landscapes. only need to be watered Adult (over 18 or post-high once a week in heavy clay school) winners in each catsoils and twice a week in egory will receive $100. Youth sandy soils. Of course you’ll Division winners (18 and unneed to water more often in der or still in high school) will hot weather. each receive $50. All winners And don’t forget about will also receive free photo the rest of your landscape. finishing. Plant strengtheners can be Full details for the competition applied to established plants to prepare them for the often stressful season ahead. Treated plants will be better able to tolerate heat and drought as well as attacks Contributed Article from insects and diseases.

A Beautiful Garden Starts Now Memorial Day Means Gardening for Many

By Melinda Myers Gardening Expert, TV/Radio Host, Author & Columnist

Get out the shovel and trowels – it’s Memorial Day weekend and that means gardening for many. Spend a bit more time getting your garden off to a good start and reap the benefits all season long. Proper planting and post planting care means less maintenance, fewer pests and more produce and beautiful flowers in your landscape. Start by selecting healthy plants free of insect and disease problems. There’s no need to spend money on problems. And keep in mind that bigger is not always better. Instead look for compact plants with sturdy stems. The leaves should be deep green or the proper color for that variety. Avoid plants that show signs of stress such as spots, brown leaf edges, and holes. And when all things are equal, purchase the perennials with multiple stems. Keep your purchase properly watered before and after planting. Check transplants daily and twice a day when temperatures rise, watering as needed. Increase success and reduce the stress transplants often face. Apply a plant strengthener such as JAZ Spray to protect potted plants from drying out until you are able to plant. Or apply to transplants to get your plants off to a vigorous start. These organic products are not fertilizers but rather naturally occurring molecules that work like an immunization to help new and established plants better tolerate heat, drought, insects, disease, and other challenges plants face. Prepare the soil before planting. Though not glamorous building a good foundation

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With more publicity and electronic submissions, entries in this year’s Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Contest are coming – literally – from around the world. Contest entry deadline is June 30 for the cash prizes competition. Terry Lorenc’s photograph “Look Ma, No Hands,” shown here, was a finalist in 2011.

are on-line at www.jasphotocontest.com. Funding for expansion of the Jamestown Audubon Nature Photography Contest was made possible by a grant from the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation. The contest is sponsored by Main Street Photo of Bowling Green, Ohio (www.bgmainstreetphoto.com)

Audubons Planning 54th Annual Allegany Nature Pilgrimage

for your garden will pay off this season and beyond. Dig one or two inches of compost, peat moss or other organic matter and a low nitrogen slow release fertilizer into the top 12 inches of the soil. Now slide, don’t pull, the plants out of their containers to avoid damaging their roots and stems. If they resist, gently squeeze small flexible pots or roll larger pots on their sides over the ground. This loosens the roots, releasing the pot from the container. Gently tease any roots that encircle (girdle) the root ball. Or use a knife to slice through girdling roots or the tangled mass that often develops at the bottom of the pot. This encourages the roots to explore the soil beyond the planting hole.

So get out and start planting to make this the best gardening season yet. Nationally known gardening expert, TV/radio host, author & columnist Melinda Myers has more than 30 years of horticulture experience and has written over 20 gardening books, including Can’t Miss Small Space Gardening. She hosts the nationally syndicated Melinda’s Garden Moment And a bigger root system segments which air on over means healthier plants that 100 TV and radio stations are more productive and throughout the U.S. and beautiful. Canada. She is a columnist Set your plants at the same depth they were growing in and contributing editor for Birds & Blooms magazine their container. Tall leggy tomatoes are the exception. and writes the twice monthly These can be planted deeper “Gardeners’ Questions” or in shallow trenches to en- newspaper column. Melinda courage roots to form along also has a column in Gardening How-to magazine. the buried stem. Cover the Melinda hosted “The Plant roots with soil and gently Doctor” radio program for tamp to insure good root over 20 years as well as seven to soil contact. Water new plantings thoroughly; moist- seasons of Great Lakes Garening the rootball, planting dener on PBS. She has written articles for Better Homes hole, and beyond. Spread and Gardens and Fine a thin layer of shredded leaves, evergreen needles or Gardening and was a columother mulch over the soil to nist and contributing editor conserve moisture, suppress for Backyard Living magazine. Melinda has a master’s weeds, and keep the roots degree in horticulture, is a cooler when hot weather certified arborist and was a moves in for the summer. horticulture instructor with Check new plantings every tenure. Her web site is www. other day and water thormelindamyers.com.

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Allegany State Park is always the site of the Allegany Nature Pilgrimage, an outdoor learning experience that combines fun with a variety of nature oriented activities. Its fifty-fourth event will be June 1-3, headquartered at Camp Allegany in the Red House area. Allegany State Park abounds in wildlife, and it is not uncommon to see deer, porcupines, raccoons, and the occasional black bear. There are also incredible numbers of wildflowers, birds, butterflies, and trees. For years this event, always the weekend after Memorial Day, has attracted hundreds of both seasoned naturalists and inquisitive beginners who have delighted in this traditional weekend of natural history, enjoying walking, hiking, and classroom studies of the habitats surrounding them. The informative and fun field trips, nature crafts and lectures will be led by teachers, professors, experts or someone sharing their lifelong passion. Participants will learn about and experience birds, insects, reptiles, animals, plants and much more. Friday night’s Main Tent pro-

gram will be a special tribute to Bob McKinney, long-time bird-bander at the Pilgrimage who recently passed away. Following the tribute, travelers Carol and Dave Southby will present “Appalachian Spring.” On Saturday night in the Main Tent Beaver Meadows naturalist Mark Carra will step back in time as Charles Darwin, to tell stories of his travels and his life during the 19th century. The Allegany Nature Pilgrimage is organized by volunteers from the Buffalo Audubon Society, Burroughs Audubon Nature Club, Jamestown Audubon Society, and Presque Isle Audubon Society. Weekend cost is $40 for adults, $5 for children 5-18, and children under 5 are free. To register or for more information on the Pilgrimage, visit www.alleganynaturepilgrimage.com or call Judy Long at (716) 664-7114 or Jamestown Audubon at (716) 569-2345, Marcia Nixon at (716) 304-1257 or Buffalo Audubon at (585) 457-3228 in the Buffalo area, Steve or Lisa Danko at (814) 898-0284 in the Erie area, and Harold or Jane Stock at (585) 4257293 in the Rochester area. For park lodging information, call 1-800-456-CAMP.


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Bluebird Nestbox Workshop and Walk at Audubon

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Southern Tier Kidney Association Unveils New Location, Date & Logo for 2012 Kidney Challenge Walk Contributed Article Southern Tier Kidney Association

Dramatic stories are not limited to human beings: there are soap operas among birds, as well! You can learn about some of the dramas that play out throughout the breeding season at the Audubon Center and Sanctuary’s Bluebird Nestbox Workshop and Walk on Saturday, May 26, 1-4 p.m. Audubon has more than 60 “birdhouses” on its grounds, providing nesting for several species of birds, including bluebirds. “Nestbox” is a more proper term for these structures, since birds use them to raise their babies, but do not live in them once the birds have fledged, that is, flown from the nest. On the walk, participants will learn more about the kinds of birds who use nestboxes and protocols for monitoring and caring for the boxes. After the walk, they will build a nestbox to take home and learn how to install them. The class will have two instructors. Katie Finch is one of Audubon’s teacher/natural-

On May 3, the Southern Tier Kidney Association (STKA) hosted a kick-off event at the Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney Renaissance Center in downtown Jamestown to announce the details for the 2012 Kidney Challenge Walk. This fundraising walk will take place on Sunday, June 10 (Registration at 12:00 noon and Walk at 1 p.m.) with the Renaissance Center serving as the new host site and starting point. The Audubon Center and Sanctuary is offering a class In addition to a new site location, the STKA on bluebird nestboxes that includes building one to also unveiled its new Kidney Challenge Walk take home. On Saturday, May 26, participants will also logo featuring the color green and green take a walk to visit the many nestboxes – often called basket auction. ribbon (representative of the fight against “birdhouses” – on the grounds, some of which contain bluebird eggs like those pictured here. (Photo by Jennifer kidney disease) and a butterfly representing “As volunteers, the Southern Tier Kidney AsSchlick) the tribute butterfly release which takes place sociation is so excited about this year’s KidCost is $15 for Audubon mem- just prior to the walk each year. The logo was ists who got caught up in the ney Challenge Walk and the opportunity to created by volunteer Chris Anderson. Each in- improve the care and treatment of local dialysis drama of nestbox stories. Terry bers, $18 for non-members, and $10 for children ages 9-12. dividual who registered to walk at the kick-off patients,” said Jeannette Ostrom, a volunteer LeBaron is Audubon’s buildings and grounds chairperson, The fee includes one nest box event received a free Kidney Challenge Walk for the 2012 Kidney Challenge Walk. “We t-shirt featuring this new logo. kit. Additional kits are availand he took over the nestbox encourage everyone to join us to not only raise project in 2010. He maintains able for $10 each. valuable dollars, but to also pay tribute to loved The STKA also announced that the third anand monitors more than 60 ones who have or are battling kidney disease.” nual Kidney Challenge Walk is being preRegistration is required by boxes and mentors volunteers Thursday, May 24. To register, sented by corporate sponsors Artone, LLC The STKA has set a goal to raise $15,000 at who want to help with them. and DaVita. The event will feature live music, this year’s event as proceeds will go toward the call (716) 569-2345, email a post-walk cookout, and basket auction. At Limited to 15 participants, the info@jamestownaudubon. purchase of a solution warmer and vital signs 12:45 p.m., tribute butterflies will be released class is offered in collaboration org, or use the on-line form monitors for the benefit of kidney patients In Memory of or In Honor of those who have by clicking on “Calendar with the Chautauqua County served by the WCA Hospital Dialysis departbeen impacted by chronic kidney disease. Visitors Bureau’s Chautauqua of Programs/Events” under ment. Through the success of last summer’s Quick Links at http://jamein June series. There are many opportunities to participate in Kidney Challenge Walk ($10,000) and other stownaudubon.org and follow- this charity event. The Southern Tier Kidney fundraising efforts, the STKA donated a total Class members are reminded ing the links. of $17,595 to WCA Hospital to purchase ten Association would like to encourage indito dress for the weather. heated recliners, including three oversized reviduals, families, co-workers, and friends to cliners, to provide greater comfort to patients register to walk, form a team, make a taxundergoing dialysis. deductible gift, or sponsor a tribute butterfly on-line at www.SouthernTierKidneyAssoc. For more information, please call Jeanette org. Individuals and businesses are also beOstrom at 716-450-8958 or e-mail rostrom@ ing asked to consider donating items for the stny.rr.com. leading the trip will be Greg The two-day festival includes Contributed Article Miller, whose attempt to set a events that will appeal to Roger Tory Peterson everyone from families want- new record for the most bird Institute of Natural History sightings in North America in ing to enjoy nature together to hard-core birders hoping to one year is chronicled in the outs will be available and it’s organization ‘Help The HelpContributed Article Family fun and a chance to feature film The Big Year, in add species to their life list. all you can eat. The cost for the less’ , which supports St. Mary’s meet the real-life character St. Mary of Lourdes Catholic Church Friday’s all-day field trip takes which his character is played dinner is $6 for adults and $4 School For Th e Handicapped played by Jack Black in the by Jack Black. Miller will be on for children, with children 2 in India. Th e proceeds of this movie The Big Year are features birders to the Piney Tract in hand throughout the festival northwestern Pennsylvania, St. Mary of Lourdes Catholic and under being free. dinner will directly benefit of the fourth annual Roger and will deliver a keynote an area that has become a Church of 24 East Chautauqua the children who attend this Tory Peterson Birding Festival For more information call 716address at the festival’s closing Street, Mayville, NY, will hold school. The dinner will be held 753-3184. at the Roger Tory Peterson In- mecca for grassland-nesting banquet on Saturday evening. a spaghetti dinner on Tuesday, in the Church Hall from 4 – 7 stitute on Friday and Saturday, birds including Henslow’s and Grasshopper Sparrows. CoJune 5, 2012 to benefit the p.m. or until sold out. TakeJune 8 and 9. Continued on pg 14

Fourth Annual Roger Tory Peterson Birding Festival, June 8 and 9

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser to be Held

Charity Auction to benefit Friday June 1, 2012 Jamestown Community College Phys Ed. Complex

6 p.m. - Silent Auction 7 p.m. - Live Auction Live auction items feature handpainted children’s chairs, rocking chairs & nesting tables, the new Ipad, Ipod nano, network color printer, YMCA membership, stained glass sculptures, 24 month Shults vehicle package. Silent auction items include a variety themed baskets, dozens of great gift certificates to local businesses, over 120 items!

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Cornell Cooperative Extension’s 4-H Program to conduct Conservation Field Days designed to provide children with quality Contributed Article youth development opportunities that othCornell Cooperative Extension erwise may not be available or accessible. Cornell Cooperative Extension developCornell Cooperative Extension of Chaument programs create a supportive learntauqua County’s 4-H Program is proud to ing environment in which diverse youth announce the forty-sixth annual Conserand adults reach their fullest potential as vation Fields Days Event, which will be capable, competent, and caring citizens. held on Wednesday, May 23 and ThursThrough 4-H programs youth experience day, May 24, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:25 p.m. opportunities of positive youth development at Lake Chautauqua Lutheran Center in including independence, belonging, generBemus Point. osity, and mastery. Conservation Field Day Remembered by many as one of the greatattendees are encouraged to interact with est fifth grade field trips in the county, colleagues and adult instructors in learning Conservation Field Days provides Chauabout our environment and conservation. tauqua County youth an opportunity to Youth may be asked by instructors to solve learn about environmental conservation problems, work through a scenario, and/ issues “beyond classroom walls.” Conseror observe natural occurrences. Youth are vation Field Days began in 1966 under encouraged to reflect on their experiences at the inspiration of James Gould. Mr. Gould Youth at the 2012 Conservation Conservation Field Days through a countywas the Cornell Cooperative Extension wide essay contest sponsored in conjunction Field Days listen to Shannon Wilson Director that organized and implemented share her experiences with Wildlife with Chautauqua County Soil and Water Rehabilitation. the very first Conservation Field Days. Conservation District. fishing, recycling, beekeeping, soil and Conservation Field Days invites all For questions about this event, or any water conservation, grapes, wild flowChautauqua County fifth grade students other 4-H,contact the 4-H Office, at 664ers, bugs, rabies, baby animals and many 9502, ext. 214. to participate in seven sessions concerning conservation. This year 4-H is excited more. Conservation Field Days provides Cornell Cooperative Extension puts a unique opportunity for adults to share to have returning subject matter experts their passion, knowledge, and talents with research-based knowledge to work for whom will be teaching lessons related to Chautauqua County residents involved Chautauqua County students. conservation and the environment. 4-H in agriculture, the environment, youth is also seeking new instructors to teach Conservation Field Days is just one of development and human services. Cornell engaging and interactive 20-minute premany programs available through the Cooperative Extension is a not-for-profit sentations that relate to conservation. Chautauqua County 4-H Youth Develop501(c) 3 and all donations are a charitable ment. Program activities and events are Some current topics include trapping, contribution.

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The world is slowly but surely digitizing with each passing day. In an effort to bring everyone up to speed on all things technological, we are beginning a weekly column called ‘Tech Training 101’ where the Chautauqua Star’s own Scott Wise will guide readers through the basics of computing. Lesson 8: Using the Internet, Part 4 I think this will be our last lesson on using the Internet, but we’ll see where we get. In the meantime, keep checking the archives and hooking up with what we’re doing. Our effort is to educate folks on all things computer. Technology isn’t going backwards, so hook up now! The longer you wait, the harder it will get. This week we’re going to discuss social media. Social media is exactly what it sounds likecommunications and technology media that allow people to be social. It began with chat rooms back in the 1990s. People would create accounts online and go and find other people to talk to with like interests. From there, instant messaging programs were created. These programs, like AOL Instant Messenger and ICQ (just to name a couple) allowed you to directly communicate in a one-way fashion with the person of your choice, rather than in a mass cafeteria type setting. Friends would trade usernames, and add each other on their ‘friends list.’ Instant Messaging became a fast and easy way to communicate. It allowed folks to talk without having to leave the comforts of their own home, and it opened up a world of possibilities never forged before. For instance, when the sole way of communication was by face, you knew who you were talking to. After the telephone was invented and became popular, folks would chat- but generally you knew the voice of the person with whom you were speaking, and could at least distinguish whether it was male

or female if not. With chat rooms and instant messaging, the assumption that you knew who you were talking with went out the window. You could start a conversation with 32 year old Diane in Idaho, who actually turned out to be 12 year old Bill in California. People could (and still can) assume a different personality entirely, for whatever reason they fancy. Some think of it as a game, while other use the Internets anonymity as a way to prey on the weak. While it is unfortunate that these saddening effects come with advancement, there are plenty of positive points to social media as well. For instance, facebook (a social media networking site started by a Harvard college student) is now a common term in most conversations and homes. It allows people to keep in touch with those long lost friends, family and others that before were usually only a Christmas card away. These websites have opened up doors for families who were separated, helped people reconnect with old friends and helped grandparents see daily updated photos of their grandkids from thousands of miles away. Contrary to popular belief, sites like facebook are not all bad and unsafe. Simply creating an account does NOT mean your identity will be stolen the next day. There are easy ways to make your account safe so people can only see what you want them to, and only the people you want to. There is a movie called ‘Surrogates,’ where Bruce Willis plays a police officer who ends up debunking an entire system of artificial living. Society as a whole ends up in their respective living rooms, living through robots called ‘surrogates.’ The movie opens up a world of thought where people no longer have to be who they were created to be. It’s a scary world, but the benefits can far out way the risks. Weigh them out for yourself, and create a facebook account to keep in touch if you want. Be sure to add the Chautauqua Star as a friend when you do!

History Detectives Learn About Early Inventions Contributed Article Fenton History Center

The Fenton History Center invites all students in grades 4-7 who are interested in social studies and history to come to the History Detectives program. This month students will meet Saturday May 26 from 1 to 3 PM. They will be traveling to the turn of the 1800s to find out about President John Adams and the world changing inventions of the time. The submarine, the hot air balloon and other inventions will be featured. Students will also earn about what was happening not only in New York, but the newly formed United States and the world. The Fenton education programs are aligned with the

New York State education standards for all grades. The session will be filled with activities, games and a snack. The cost is only $8 per student. Bring a friend for half price. This is the fourth in a series of nine sessions per year. The group will not meet in August or December. Depending on the topic of the month, the students will host guest speakers and take field trips to other significant places in the area. They will study artifacts from the time periods being discussed. For more information and to register please call 716-6646256 or email information@ fentonhistorycenter.org. The Fenton History Center is located just south of the Washington St. bridge (Route 60S).

1812 continued from pg 9 Fenton History Center and is planning on attending the ceremony. In an effort to find more War of 1812 veterans the Center is asking the community to come to the ceremony with their veterans informa-

tion, whatever that might be. The families can also contact the Fenton History Center with their veteran’s information.Visit www.fentonhistorycenter.org or call 664-6256 for more information.


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The Time Has Come To Consolidate Governments Written by Todd J. Tranum, President & CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier Chautauqua County has 27 towns, 15 villages, 2 cities and 18 school districts. And at 12.1-percent, New York State has the second highest state and local tax burden as a percent of income of any state in the nation, second only to New Jersey (Tax Foundation Special Report, 2011). There must be a correlation. Our population is just over 134,000 – down nearly 5,000

in the past decade and down 10,000 since the 1960 census. Over the course of fifty years there have been substantial changes in Chautauqua County – but no changes in the layers of government. The reality is that we are serving fewer people with the same taxing entities. We have all the assets right here in Chautauqua County to have a thriving economy. Look around at the diversity within our economy and take a look at the natural beauty that surrounds us. We have strong educational resources. And we have great people. Let’s recog-

Chamber to Host County Executive’s Breakfast

The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual County Executive’s Breakfast on Friday, June 1 at the Chautauqua Golf Club. County Executive Greg Edwards will make a brief presentation, followed by an opportunity for questions and answers. The Chamber hosts this event each year in order to provide an opportunity for the business community to hear directly from the County Executive and to exchange questions and share concerns. The event is sponsored by: Chautauqua Institution, Compeer,

Crown Benefit Group, Cummins, DFT Communications, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown Jammers, Jamestown Mattress, KeyBank, Lake Erie Regional Health System of New York, Medicor Associates, Nestle Purina, NRG, OBSERVER, Phillips Lytle, The Post-Journal, Serta Mattress, SKF Aeroengine, and WCA Hospital. The breakfast begins at 8:00am. The cost is $15 for Chamber members and $20 for non-members. To register, call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 484-1101, or register on line at www.chautauquachamber.org.

Business Over Bagels to Focus on Energizing Your Team

What can the 1992 Buffalo Bills season teach you about building energized, effective teams at work? Plenty, according to professional trainer Cindy Aronson. Through the Chamber’s next Business Over Bagels session on June 21, Cindy will help you assess your teams’ energy to discover the “game changing factors” that lead to success in the workplace. Cindy Aronson is a speaker and trainer specializing in communication and organizational development. Her workshops feature a blend of solid content, group discussion, and hands-on application. She has a Bachelor

of Science degree in Communication from SUNY College at Fredonia and over 25 years of experience in workforce talent development training. She has partnered with many local businesses including Cummins, Cliffstar, Bush Industries, Brooks Hospital, TLC Health Network, and WCA Hosptial. This Business Over Bagels session will be held at the JCC North County Center on Bennett Road in Dunkirk from 9:00-11:00am Thursday, June 21. Registration is $30 for Chamber members and $40 for nonmembers. To register, contact JCC at 363-6500 or 338-1005.

nize that we cannot control a whole lot at the State level. But we do have things right here in our corner of the State that we can control. What holds us back is that we are not competitive as a region. Our competitiveness is being undermined in large part by our tax structure. Study after study has shown that reducing layers of government creates efficiencies and paves the way to reduce taxes. Reducing taxes will put us on the path to being a region that is competitive and positioned for economic growth. We must recognize that we are failing

services and consolidations. We also commend County Legislator Lori Cornell who is working to pull together a committee with legislative and community representation to form a strategy around consolidation and governmental efficiency. Our organizations have already taken bold steps to consolidate countywide. Over a decade ago the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce was formed. Three years ago the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier and the Manufacturing Technology Institute aligned with the

Chamber to create organizational efficiencies and cost savings. And most recently, all of the Community Chambers in Chautauqua County have been brought under the fiscal auspices of the Chautauqua County Chamber, streamlining all of our operational and financial functions. We know the challenges of consolidation and have lived through them. The Chamber/MAST stands ready now to assist in any way possible to help end the unnecessary layers of taxation that impede the growth of business in our communities.

Mayville Community Wide Yard And Garage Sales

Contributed Article Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce

Memorial Day Weekend is fast approaching as is the Village of Mayville Community Wide Yard and Garage Sales. Over thirty residents and businesses

will be participating, providing lots of opportunities to treasure hunt. The Community Wide Yard and Garage Sales will take place throughout Mayville, NY on Saturday, May 26, 2012. Lists and an accompanying map are available for pick-up

at the Mayville Village Office at the Route 394 and 430 intersection uptown Mayville and at several of the businesses and offices located uptown Mayville. You can also obtain a list and map by calling the Mayville/Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce at (716) 753-

3113 or emailing to maychautchamb@yahoo.com. Plan on coming to Mayville on May 26 for a fun filled day of yard and garage sales. You might just find that treasure you’ve been looking for. There’s sure to be something for everyone!

Business Profile: Dunkirk Flea and Craft Market New Market Opens For the Season

the Craft/Flea Market. “It’s a different variety,” said Joe Marotta, the owner of the Craft/Flea Market. “We have Finding unique items is hard the jewelry, we have the hobby, to do with the huge consumer we have the people who like to stores that are around. Howsell the stuff from their attic, ever, the new Flea/Craft Market garage. So, they just bring odds in Dunkirk solves that proband ends.” lem by allowing people to go The Craft/Flea Market is open shopping for tons of different to all vendors, although some unique items all in one place. produce vendors would be apThere are various types of preciated. vendors selling their wares at By Mallory Diefenbach Star News Writer

“It’s kind of small right now, but I like it small,” said Marotta. “I’m not trying to be a big time flea market, but there is plenty of spots and room for vendors to come. ... This is my third week into this. I had a good outcome on every week so far. My vendors that have come, they’re coming back. Everybody is happy; they get along. The vendors are having the opportunity to make a couple of bucks selling their

stuff lying around the house.” For those who are interested in renting, it is $20 for a 12 by 24 foot long spot and tables are available to be rented out for $8. The Flea/Craft Market is open every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Oct. 28. It is located on 3817 East Lake Shore Drive in Dunkirk. For more information, you can call 785-5426.

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A Friday evening reception at the Institute features McGill University ornithologist and regular Bird Watcher’s Digest contributor David Bird, who will present a program titled, “How Birds Do It: The Nefarious Sex Lives of Birds.” Saturday’s program is filled with field trips, hands-on demonstrations and workshops, and outdoor activities for kids and families. Field trips leave early in the morning for Allegheny National Forest, Allegany State The 2012 Chamber of Commerce Banquet, Golf Tournament, and Park, and other local habitats to Community Chamber events). see and hear the wide variety of Membership Drive continues colorful and beautiful tropical through the month of May! If you have not been contacted birds that flood our region to New members who join during by a volunteer yet and are innest each spring and summer, terested in joining the Cham- such as Scarlet Tanagers and the drive will be entered into ber, please email joinnow@ a drawing for these prizes: a some two dozen species of chautauquachamber.org, visit warblers. Licensed bird-bandSapphire GEM sponsorship our website at www.chautau($1,000 value), membership ers will demonstrate how wild quachamber.org, or call one paid for the year (2013-14 birds are caught, measured, of our offices at 366-6200 or dues), and two free Chamber banded and released unharmed event passes for the year ($216 484-1101. value, excluding the Annual

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ourselves by allowing some of our elected officials to fail us. If we want change we have to demand it. If we want change we have to be willing to let it happen in our “back yard.” This past week, local government officials came together for a meeting with state officials on the potential for governmental consolidation. County Executive Greg Edwards, who pulled this meeting together, called it “invaluable.” We commend him for his efforts on this crucial issue and look forward to additional steps to create governmental efficiencies through shared

frequented as a youth. To learn more and to register for any or all of this year’s festival events, visit http://birdfest. rtpi.org or call 800-758-6841, ext. 228. The Peterson Institute also currently is featuring the works of bird artist Melissa Mance-Coniglio, the waterfowl carvings of James Mance, an incredible display of fossils including a Columbian Mammoth and a giant Ice Age bear, as well as selections from the life work of Roger Tory Peterson. The Institute is located at 311 Curtis Street in Jamestown attract American Kestrels and to advance scientific knowlother cavity nesting birds, how and is open to the public edge of birds. Experts will be Tuesdays through Saturdays to observe and sketch birds, on hand to show live birds of and other topics. A unique auto 10 a.m. to 4 p.m and Sundays prey and explain their natural 1 to 5 p.m.. For more informatour will take participants to history. A variety of learning where Roger Tory Peterson first tion please call 716-665-2473 games and activities will be offered for kids. Instructors will discovered his love of birds and or 800-758-6841 or visit http:// www.rtpi.org. to the birding haunts that he present workshops on how to

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Q: I keep hearing about “dog flu.” I get my flu shot every year. Should I get one for my dog, too? — via email st A: Canine influenza virus, or all H3N8, is one of many organisms ers that can make dogs cough. Most e of these illnesses are no more cal dangerous than your getting a cold, but like a cold, they can n- turn into something more serind ous in a small number of cases, ow especially in the very young, ion very old or those with other m. health problems. H3N8 was first discovered in s racing greyhounds in 2004, but it’s now been found all over the e country, in pet dogs as well as on those in kennels and shelters. It’s a good idea to ask your es. veterinarian if she’s seen cases of it in your area, and whether she thinks your dog needs to be vaccinated. Be aware, however, that the vaccine might not protect your audog from getting sick with the disease, although it may make e his symptoms less severe. Vacay cinated dogs can still transmit ou the H3N8 to other dogs, too. e No matter what causes your ere’s dog’s respiratory illness, and regardless of whether he’s been vaccinated, always stay alert for signs that things are taking a turn for the worse. Symptoms of canine influenza and other forms of respiratory disease include nasal discharge and a cough that ranges from so mild you almost e.” wonder if your dog is just cleard ing his throat all the way to a by very deep, disturbing cough. If your dog’s fever goes over 104 degrees, he seems depressed, ut his nasal discharge is green, or he has trouble breathing, it’s en lights and sirens time: Head for o the veterinary ER. — Dr. Marty s Becker Do you have a pet question? Send r it to petconnection@gmail.com.

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The Siamese is perhaps the most recognizable of cat breeds — but most cat lovers prefer mixes. • Less than 1 percent of the total feline population are pedigreed cats. The rest are usually cat-egorized by coat length in the United States, with veterinarians marking them in the records as domestic longhairs (DLH) or domestic shorthairs (DSH). Cats of no particular breed are sometimes also referred to as “alley cats” in the United States. In the United Kingdom, they’re called “moggies”. • Having a hard time finding a rental that will permit your pet? You’re not alone. Apartments.com reports that 35 percent of renters with pets say it’s very difficult to find an apartment that allows pets. Of renters who don’t have pets but wish they did, 33 percent blame their lack of a pet on their building’s no-animal policy. • Dogs can become afraid just as we do, but they express fear in different ways. A fearful dog may cower, hide, drool or tremble. Wide pupils are another sign of a dog in fear. The cause of such behavior may be genetic, it may be because of improper socialization as a puppy, or it may be in response to a frightening episode in an animal’s life. Since fearful dogs are not happy and may in fact bite, it’s important to get a referral to a veterinarian skilled in working with behavior problems. The combination of proper medication and behavior modification can make a scared dog’s life a happy one. — Mikkel Becker and Dr. Marty Becker

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The Chautauqua County Humane Society’s Pet of the Week is sponsored by The Annual Tom Pawelski Memorial Golf Tournament , held this past summer. The money raised from the 2010 tournament provides discounted adoption rates to Pet of the Week animals. Stop by CCHS and find your new best friend, 2825 Strunk Road Jamestown.

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Kevin Holmes (left) knocked in two runs for Dunkirk in Tuesday's 10-2 win over Eden. Dunkirk will face No. 2 seed Depew Friday. Weston Ley (right) slides into third with a fourth inning triple for Fredonia. The Hillbillies won easy 14-2 over Gowanda. They'll face Southwestern Friday. (Photos by Chris Winkler)

By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

They took different roads, but the destination was the same as the Dunkirk and Fredonia boys baseball teams both routed quarterfinal opponents on Tuesday to keep a potential sectional championship rematch between crosstown rivals alive and well. It was tense for a few innings in Dunkirk, though. The Marauders escaped a jam in the first after Eden put runners on the corners but pitcher Alex Kubera got out of the jam with a grounder to first. However, the Dunkirk bats wouldn’t come alive until late. Until then, it was a pitching duel. With one out in the third, Eden put back-to-back runners on with seeing-eye singles. After a wild pitch moved the runners up, a sac fly gave Eden a 1-0 lead and had the Marauders on upset alert. Over in Fredonia, though, the Hillbillies offense was quickly shaking off a no-hitter last week against Frewsburg. Despite giving up two runs in the first, Fredonia rebounded with three in the bottom half. Leading 6-2 heading into the bottom of the third, the Hillbillies exploded to put the game away. Back-to-back runners reached to

start the inning before Brett Lutz sacrificed them over. Then a hit parade. Cameron Voss beat out an infield single that scored a run. Andrew Riforgiat followed with another RBI single. Then Nick Hart, the catalyst at the top of the Fredonia lineup ripped one into right field, plating another. Trent Thompson followed with a single and by the time Hart scored on a wild pitch to Zack Buckley, Fredonia led 11-2. They added a few more and finished off Gowanda 14-2. Back in Dunkirk, though, the offense was just igniting. Kevin Holmes tripled in the go-ahead run, all a part of a six-run fourth inning that put Dunkirk up for good. Then, Clayton Cieslewicz hit a grand slam over the left field fence to end any upset hopes for Eden. Of course, the two teams are still far away from seeing each other, but the possibility remains as Class B trimmed down to eight teams. Dunkirk now gets to play secondseeded Depew Friday on the road. The Wildcats handled Medina 5-1 also on Tuesday. On the top half of that bracket, top-seeded Tonawanda escaped Newfane 11-8 to move on to play Olean. That game will also be Friday. Dunkirk, the three seed in B-1, defeated Tonawanda in last year’s B-1 final. Fredonia, the top seed in B-2 and

CCAA 1 champs, gets to play a familiar foe in Southwestern. Somehow, some way the two schools always manage to meet up with each other in the playoffs for virtually every single male sport. Southwestern ended Fredonia’s season in football by upsetting the top-ranked Hillbillies in Class C’s semifinal. Then in the winter, the Trojans, again the lower seed, knocked off Fredonia in basketball to advance to Class B-2’s quarterfinals. Now, for the third time this year, Southwestern, the five seed who defeated City Honors 6-3 on Tuesday, gets a chance for the clean sweep in the playoffs Friday at Fredonia. On the bottom half of that bracket, second-seeded Roy-Hart easily beat Akron while Wilson upset JFK in 12 innings. All semi-final for Class B action will be this Friday, weather permitting. The final is next Tuesday with the crossover final next Thursday. Complete schedules and updated brackets are on page 5. Will North KO’s Jamestown in baseball, softball The No. 9 seed Jamestown Red Raiders fell to Williamsville North 6-1 to end their season at 6-12. Across the field, the Lady Red Raiders lost a heartbreaker to also end their season against Will North, falling 6-5 in

extra innings. There was plenty of other action around the county Tuesday, namely in Class C, which trimmed down to eight teams. Of course, everyone is gunning for the top-seeded Frewsburg Bears, winners of five straight sectional championships, and a team that just lost its first game in New York State this year. At 16-4, Frewsburg finally lost to Falconer on Saturday during the Falcons celebration of Hugh Bedient day. Before that, Frewsburg had their last four by a combined score of 59-0. Holland won the right to face Frewsburg in the quarterfinals by defeating Chautauqua Lake 12-7 Tuesday. The loss ended the Thunderbirds season at 9-10. Silver Creek’s season also came to an end Tuesday by losing to Cattaraugus/Little Valley 1-0. Timberwolves pitcher Sam Agnew threw a complete game, two-hitter to handcuff the Black Knights. The lone run, a basesloaded walk, was enough to hold for Catt/LV who will play Leonardo da Vinci in the quarterfinals. Maple Grove and Westfield also won their openers Tuesday to match Division 3 rivals up in the quarterfinals Thursday. The two teams split the regular season series with Westfield winning 1-0 and Maple Grove winning 9-4.

Silver Creek Dismantles Lew-Port; Into Semi’s By Chris Winkler Star Sports Editor

Not that a quarterfinal game against 3-14 Lew-Port was supposed to be difficult, but the top-seeded Silver Creek Black Knights certainly avoided any type of letdown with a 31-1 dismantling of the Lancers to move on to Class C’s semifinals. Every Black Knight forward found the score sheet but Marvin Curry and Sherman Williams led the way with six goals each. Junior Zed Williams did most of the playmaking with seven assists. He also had three goals. Brandon Brooks also had a 10-point game with five goals and five assists. The win moved Silver Creek to 14-1 on the season and into a date with Junior Zed Williams (No. 1) has the Silver Creek Black Knights on the verge of another sectional championship after Tuesday's win over Lew-Port. Williams had seven assists in Silver Creek's 31-1 win. (Photo by Chris Winkler) fourth-seeded East Aurora, who snuck by Eden 11-10, this Friday. The goals in just five games. and Amherst. a sectional title has become rather Black Knights had little trouble with commonplace for the Black Knights. Anyhow Silver Creek will look to Part of that has been the play of Zed East Aurora earlier in the year, when continue the run back to the state Silver Creek’s lone loss this year came Williams, but the Black Knights have they won 21-4 back in mid-April. playoffs Friday night when they host against Orchard Park on the road, an abundance of players up front It’s the normal run we’re accustomed who can score one-on-one when East Aurora. The championship is but was quickly avenged just a week to from the Black Knights, but you later when they knocked off Niagara next Wednesday, at the site of the needed. can almost argue this is the best highest-seeded team, which would Wheatfield, also on the road. The The bottom half of the bracket feateam Silver Creek has had in recent be Silver Creek if the Black Knights Falcons are arguably the second-best tures second-seeded Akron against memory. They easily breezed into advance. team in Western New York — if it’s third-seeded Wilson. If Silver Creek the state semifinals last year, but not Silver Creek — but are pinned in This year’s regionals will be hosted by were to get by East Aurora, they’d be this year’s team seems to have more the same league as Hamburg. Hamburg High School next Saturjust as heavy favorites in the champifirepower and the ability to score at day with a triple-header starting at Those are Niagara-Wheatfield’s onship. Th ey beat Wilson by 10 and will. They’ve already scored 340 goals 1 p.m., which would be the Class C two losses this year: 16-1 Hamburg Akron by 14. this year, for a ridiculous average of final. Class A is at 3:30 p.m. with the and 14-1 Silver Creek. Not bad. In fact, nobody in Class C has even slightly more than 22 goals per game. B final to follow at 6 p.m. They have wins over Orchard Park Last year’s team scored more than 22 kept Silver Creek close this year, but (Silver Creek’s only loss), Clarence

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King Of The Hill: Rex, Russell Take Victories At Eriez Speedway.

By Jay Pees

Contributing Writer

HAMMETT, Pa. — Rex King won his second BRP Modified Tour feature at Eriez Speedway over his son Sunday night as another son, Russell, won the Super Late Model feature. Dan Davies held off a determined Dave Hess Jr. to win the 25-Lap Amp Electric United E-Mod Series feature event for the $1,000 first place money. Steve Kania won his first Limited Late Model feature of the season. Greg Fenno and Wade Watson each won their third feature in as many weeks and Casey Burch won his second feature of the season. The BRP Modified Tour had Steve Fedder and Eric Gabaney on the front row with Gabany leading Lap 1 and Brian Weaver coming to the front at the end of Lap 2. Caution flew on Lap 2 when Gabany spun out of the runner-up spot. Six laps in, the defending series champion, Rex King spun in turn three bringing caution again over the speedway. Weaver extended his lead over Dave Murdick who grabbed second on the restart. Cooter King came to third at Lap 12. Six cars came together in turn four at Lap 13 for the most serious incident of the race. At Lap 14, just eight laps after spinning, Rex King was up to second and took over the top spot at the end of Lap 17. With seven Laps remaining, the leader’s son, Cooter, took over second from Weaver, setting up a King family onetwo finish. Weaver held on for third with Kevin Hoffman fourth and Carl Murdick fifth. The 25-Lap Plyler Overhead Door UEMS feature was paced by Jack Young and Dan Davies with an almost immediate yellow shown for a four car pileup in turn one. The second attempt at green had the same result, with four more cars wrecking in turn with opening night winner Rich Michael Jr. heading to the pits for repair. The third attempt to get the race going was successful with former track champion Scott Gurdak coming from row two to the lead with Young second and Davies third. At the end of two Laps, Davies was leading over Young and Gurdak. After

a Lap 9 restart Dave Hess and Davies ran side-by-side with Hess ahead at Lap 13 and Davies again in command at Lap 14. Using the high line, Davies held on for the win over Hess, Gurdak, Brent Rhebergen, and newly wed Mike Knight, the 2011 champion. Russell King took the early lead from the outside front row of the Jay’s Auto Wrecking Super Late Model feature with pole-sitter Dave Hess Jr. right behind. Andy Boozel and Mike Knight swapped third several times before Boozel got away as Scott Gurdak got by Knight at Lap 17. Despite several attempts by Hess on the low side King held on for the win with Hess settling for second over Gurdak, Knight, and Boozel, who slipped back after the final restart. The King family had two wins and a runner-up finish in the Sunday action. Steve “Kid” Kania led the Conway & O’Malley Limited Late Model feature from the pole position with 2011 Champion Chris Ottaway right behind. Dan Maxim came to second after a restart at Lap 9 but Ottaway regained the spot a lap later. Kania went on to his first win of the season at Eriez over Ottaway, Maxim, last week’s winner Chris McGuire, and Dustin Eckman. Rookie Kyle Schreckengost and Gary Fisher were on the front row of the Bonnell Collision Center Street Stock feature with Schreckengost leading Lap one but former champion and two-time 2012 winner Greg Fenno taking over at the end of Lap 2. John Phelps ran second for the distance with 2011 Champion Pat McGuire third. Joe Rohrer was fourth with pole-sitter Schreckengost fifth. Tim Card led the Gannon University Super Sportsmen until a Lap 6 caution when Wade Watson got by for the lead. At a Lap 7 caution Card pulled out of the event. Watson then went on to his third win in as many weeks over Jake Eller and Jim Kibbe. Wes Stull led Lap 1 of the Kandy’s Dinner Theater Challenger feature until a Lap three restart when Casey Burch took over at the front. Burch went on to his second win in a row over Stull and Brad Cole.

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Dave Hess Jr. Wins UEMS Quincy Turner Memorial at Stateline Speedway By Glenn Slocum Contributing Writer

BUSTI N.Y. — Fifty-five EMods were on hand Saturday night for the UEMS Quincy Turner Memorial sponsored by M.A.C. Truck Parts and Chad’s Ring and Pinion. Dan Nocero Jr. came from eighth to win a shortened Super Sportsman feature for his third in a row. The initial start of the saw Wade Watson and Allen Haskins spin for the first yellow before the first lap was complete. Ben Burgess Jr. from his fourth starting spot led the first circuit followed by a spin by pole starter Clint Haskins for yellow number two. Watson’s bad luck continued with a spin on the restart collecting Haskins for yellow three. One lap was completed then Allen Yarbrough spun for yellow four. Burgess nearly spun on the restart and Jake Eller became the new leader with five laps complete. Point leader Dan Nocero Jr. was hanging on Eller’s bumper when yellow five happened ending the race night for Allen Haskins. One lap later Watson spun ending his night. At the crossed flags Eller led Nocero by a car length with Burgess third and Tim Card fourth. Yarbrough and Ron Burgun tangled with nine completed laps sending Yarbrough to the pits. On the start Card, Jim Kibbe and Clint Haskins tangled for caution eight. Jake Eller was judged jumping the start and the race was finished with Nocero the winner. 2011 Super Late Champ Dutch Davies made it look easy leading every lap of the Super Late feature surviving a three-lap dash for the win. John Volpe ended up facing the wrong direction on the initial start of the feature as last year’s champ Dutch Davies led with Scott Gurdak along side. Jordan Eck spun his Dad at the end of the first lap for caution two. Davies, Gurdak, Dick Barton, Randy Lobb and Darrell Bossard were the leaders. Lobb pressed the inside on the start locking fenders with Gurdak for yellow three sending both to the rear of the field for the restart. Doug Eck collected Rich Gardner and Jordan Eck for yellow four on the restart. The race finally settled down after the fourth caution and Davies began to build a lead over Bossard and Barton in second and third. Greg Oakes passed Barton with six laps down for the number three spot as Davies was out in front by nearly a full straight away lead. Oakes caught Bossard with eleven laps complete but struggled to get by while Davies cruised nearly a half a lap ahead. With nine laps remaining Davies caught the tail end of the field but still continued to build his lead. With three laps remaining Lobb spun high in turn three

Dave Hess won the UEMS event (bottom) and Dutch Davies won the Super Late Model (top) to highlight May 19's races at Stateline Speedway. (Photo's courtesy of stateline-speedway and.com and SD Associates, Inc.)

setting up a three-lap dash for the win and allowing Bossard and Oakes to close with Davies. Davies ran the final three unchallenged as neither Oakes or Bossard could mount a challenge. Dave Hess Jr. successfully defended his title winning UEMS event has he had in 2011. Hess took control with ten laps remaining passing early leader Carl McKinney on Lap 15. Gary Eicher and Ron Seeley made up the front row. The first lap ended with Alex Froman and Greg Johnson stopped between turns three and four. Carl McKinney went from third to first on the restart, then one lap later four cars tangles including Dave Shagla, UEMS point leader Greg Johnson, Kirk Bradley and Shane Crotty. McKinney remained the leader and Steve Dixon moved up alongside Eicher for third and Dave Hess Jr. in fourth from his tenth starting spot. Hess continued to move forward taking second from Seeley with ten laps completed. Hess caught McKinney on lap fourteen and nearly beat McKinney to the line then made it stick one lap latter. Dan Davies was in third with Dixon fourth, Seeley fifth and Randy Hall sixth. Davies took second from Kinney on Lap 20 just before Johnson and Brian Douglas causing caution three. Johnson and Douglas continued the altercation after the caution, which ended with both racecars hooked together and

both drivers disqualified. Davies charge ended after the restart with obvious right rear wheel problems. Hess easily out distanced the field over the final four laps for the win successfully defending his win in the event last year. Chad Schauers won in a photo finish for Limited Late win fending off a determined Ryan Scott for the win. Schauers sat on the pole and led the first lap of the feature with Chris Ottaway in second and Jake Finnerty third. Ryan Scott pushed Finnerty back to fourth with eight laps complete setting his sights on Ottaway. The first yellow occurred for a broken John Cline Jr. with nine completed laps. Finnerty nearly spun in lap ten losing several spots as Steve Kania settled in to fourth. Ottaway move up to try Schauers on the outside but lost his spot Scott. Scott tried tucking under Schauers and with two to go nearly made the pass. Kania tested Scott on the next circuit then fell back and on the final lap Scott moved under Schauers crossing the start finish line side by side. Schauers got the scorers nod for his first win. In a green to checkers run Max Blair notched his second win of the season in the Crate Late Model feature. Blair sat on pole and won the charge into one for the feature lead. The first yellow flew for a slow car on Lap 3. Damien Bidwell was second followed by Kyle Scott and Brad Mesler. A four-

car incident involved John Lacki, Garrett Mott, Rob Bates and Justin Tatlow slowed the event with two laps down. Three more laps were complete then the third yellow appeared this time for Skip Jackson. Dereck Frank caused the fourth yellow one lap later. At the half way point Blair was out in front nearly a straight away. Lap cars temporarily slowed Blair with six laps remaining. With four laps to go Paul Himes stopped facing the wrong direction in turn one for caution five. Blair notched his second victory of the season. Chris Withers made it three in a row in the Street Stock division continuing his perfect season. Lance Palmer failed to negotiate turn one on the initial start of the feature. On the restart Guy Adams, Kyle Weilacher, Todd Bacon and Jeff Keith piled up in turn one for the second caution. Pat Fielding, Chris Withers, Gary Fisher and Jason Covey were the race leaders. Withers passed Fielding on the high side on Lap 4 just before the yellow flew for a slow car in turn four. Withers, Fisher, Fielding and Covey were the restart leaders. Early leader Fielding was pushed in to the infield by Covey for caution four and Covey was sent to the rear for the restart. James Britt caused caution five one lap later. The race stayed green until lap twelve when a spin by Bacon caused caution six ending his race night. Withers continued his perfect season with his third win in a row.

3) Eva Ecker 11-year-old girls 1) Caroline Gaskin 2) Savannah Myers 3) Hayley Austin 12-year-old girls 1) Taylor Hunt 2) Lillie Aldrich 3) Chelsea Burnett 16-year-old girls 1) Amber Truver 2) Dakota Graham

3) Suzannah Jimerson 17-20-year-old girls cruiser 1) Elizabeth McMurdy 2) Jami McMurdy 3) Jolene McMurdy 26-30-year-old cruiser 1) Miles Bennink 2) Erik Farrar 3) Jeff Jamieson

Charlie’s BMX Race Results May 19,2012

2 and under strider 1) N/A 4-year-old strider 1) Charlie Reichenbach 2) Jacob Myers 3) Cole Strickland 6-year-old novice 1) N/A 8 -year-old novice 1) N/A 10-year-old novice 1) N/A

11-year-old novice 1) Dalton Goldberg 2) John Simmers 3) Grayson Dunlop 12-year-old intermediate 1) Jalen Faso 2) Asher Myers 3) Miles Bennink 13-year-old novice 1. Austin Davis 2. Ricky Myers 3. John Simmers

13-year-old intermediate 1) N/A 14-year-old novice 1) Colin Terry 2) Ricky Myers 3) Jordan Applebee 14-year-old expert 1) Mitchel Thompson 2) Ted Rockey 3) Erik Farrar 16-year-old intermediate 1) N/A

16-year-old expert 1) Brandon Propheter 2) Lee Gaskin 3) Malcolm Bennink 19-27-year-old novice 1) Corry Seekings 2) Micheal Snyder 3) Shawn Paprock 19-27-year-old intermediate 7-year-old girls 1) Willow Myers 2) Laura Reichenbach


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James Still Alone Despite New Cast

Chris Winkler COMMENTARY

Through nine postseason games (heading into Tuesday’s Game 5 in Miami), he’s averaged 29 points, 8.9 rebounds and 5.6 assists per game. Yet, somehow there’s ghsomething wrong with LeBd ron James and he’s back to his old can’t-perform-when-itmatters, one-quarter-shortof-a-dollar self. Well at least that’s what it seemed like as the Miami Heat index rose to alarming levels after dropping Game 3 in Indiana. But LeBron — and more importantly Dwyane Wade — combined for a ridiculous 70 points in Game 4 to even the series. Regardless of what happens in Game 5, what James is doing is nothing short of incredible. In a must-win game on the road, with their only interior option out indefinitely, with a bunch of rag-tag secondary options that Cavs owner Dan Gilbert would even consider a solid core, James had one of the best games in NBA playoff history. 40 points, 18 rebounds and 9 assists that ates should have actually been he more like 15. But, it wasn’t just that one ete game, as the numbers mened tioned earlier would indicate. James, beleaguered more than urth ever, is putting together one alf of the finest postseasons ever ont and from all the chatter, you ars wouldn’t know it. h Most people like to rag on LeBron James because its popular thing to do. I get it. For the record, I don’t e forlike him, not because he left his Cleveland, but for the way n. he did it — which is where I e think most fans align. But you have to respect skill fectand if you’ve ever tried to ard gue James isn’t the best player e in the NBA, I think you’re On fooling yourself. Sure, James e has no rings — zero. Jordan d has six, Kobe has five, Tim one Duncan has four and even Dirk Nowitzki has one. And ary I’m not here to argue that re James didn’t disappear in the NBA Finals last year, or that the his surrounding talent isn’t e good enough — even though r it never was in Cleveland. , Fact is, when you look at e numbers, or better yet, when you look at the actual game, e James is the most unstoppable player I’ve ever seen he in my whole life. I never saw itt Wilt Chamberlain and to ater.be honest, I only remember lap post-retired MJ, who while on still dominant, was in his his early-to-mid-30s when I ued started watching basketball religiously and he wasn’t the type of dominant player like he was in the late ’80s or early ’90s. Regardless, it’s evident that the only person who can stop LeBron is LeBron — or maybe Erik Spoelstra. “Spo” is playing James nearly 40 er minutes per game and as we

saw in Game 2 — when James deferred way too much — he is darn near gassed in the closing minutes of games. To be fair, Spoelstra doesn’t have much of a choice. Without Chris Bosh, the Heat have exactly two players capable of scoring with any type of consistency. When one needs a breather, it’s ugly. Shane Battier and Mike Miller have a difficult enough of a time scoring when those two are on the floor. When they’re not, it’s almost as ugly as watching Dikembe Mutombo run a fast break. Anyhow, I’m convinced — and have been since Bosh went down — that the Heat can’t win the NBA title unless Bosh gets back on the floor and is healthy enough to be more effective than Joel Anthony. Which, come to think of it, shouldn’t be much to ask for no matter how many bum legs Bosh is going on. But, a frontcourt of Anthony, Ronny Turiaf, Udonis Haslem and the occasional 6-8, 225-pound Shane Battier playing the 4 is simply not good enough to win in a recreation league, let alone the NBA title. Not only did the Cavs have a better group, this year’s Charlotte Bobcats would lick their chops before playing that front line. It also doesn’t help that Mario Chalmers appears to have had his one and only breakout game and Wade is getting his knee drained more often than James Jones’ suddenly-lost jumpshot can find the rim. So, yes, as I’m getting at, the Heat have a less-than-stellar surrounding cast right now. Excuses? Sure. In fact, I’d still argue it’s a colossal failure if the Heat can’t make the NBA Final considering the Eastern Conference practically resembles the D-League. But that doesn’t mean they’re all that good, either. Miami’s potential road to the finals? A team more overrated than the New York Jets — who naturally plays in the same city — in the quarterfinals. The Danny Granger-led Indiana Pacers in the semifinals. And, in the conference final, either the AARP AllStars representing the City of Boston or the this-teammade-the-playoffs-Sixers? I’m still struggling to find out how the Bobcats managed to be the worst team in NBA history this year playing in the worst conference topto-bottom that we’ve seen in years. Guess they were pretty bad, huh? Anyhow, the Heat will get by the Pacers and then they’ll handle either the Celtics or the Sixers — with or without Bosh. It’s the Final against either the Thunder or Spurs when they’re going to let their true colors show, which is unfortunate. Fact is, James will be burnt out by then and even if Wade or Bosh is healthy enough to be productive, the Heat aren’t good enough to play whoever wins the west. Thus a quick series in which James will likely disappoint — as fair or unfair as it is. Stop me if you’ve heard that before.

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Maple Grove Claims High School Bowling Tourney At JCC Contributed Article JCC

Maple Grove Central School won the 51st High School Bowl tournament, defeating Chautauqua Lake Central School 76-62 in the championship match. The final contest was played recently at Jamestown Community College and broadcast over Media One radio stations WJTN-AM and WWSE-FM. Maple Grove, which completed the season with six wins and no losses, will attend the National Academic Championship in Washington, D.C. in June. Members of the Maple Grove team included Henry Kestner, Captain, Jake PrindleCassidy, Elliott Clark, Jessica Santilli, Nick Bowers, Abby Sirwatka, and Jesse Pardue. The team is coached by Jason VandeVelde. Playing for Chautauqua Lake were David Hindman, captain, Greg Hoitink, Rebecca Silliman, and Jessie Meredith. The coaches for Chautauqua Lake are Mary Jantzi and Kim Sweet.

Seated: Abby Sirwatka, Jake Prindle-Cassidy, Jessica Santilli, Jesse Pardue. Standing: JCC Alumni Association president Nicholas Manno, Elliott Clark, High School Bowl organizer and host Dennis Webster, Henry Kestner, coach Jason VandeVelde, and High School Bowl moderator Jane Winter. Team members absent from photo: Nick Bowers and Dominique DelCalzo. (Submitted photo)

Kestner and Hindman were named Players of the Match. The JCC Alumni Association will award a $1,000 scholarship for two years to a Maple Grove senior planning to attend JCC. The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation will present a $500 scholarship to Chautauqua Lake as the second place school. Delta Kappa Gamma, the International Honor So-

ciety of Women Educators, will provide $250 in travel expense money to the Maple Grove team. High School Bowl, the longest running academic competition of its type in the United States, is sponsored by the JCC Alumni Association, Honest John’s Pizza and Wings, SKF Aeroengine North America, The Weinberg Financial Group, Weg-

mans, Chautauqua Region Community Foundation and Delta Kappa Gamma, with additional support from the State University of New York College at Fredonia. High School Bowl is a production of the Media One Group of radio stations in Jamestown. Jane Winter of Jamestown serves at the High School Bowl moderator.

Chautauqua Striders To Host Hershey’s Track And Field Games to a Regional Team which will travel to Hershey, Pa., on Saturday, August 1 to compete in the North America Finals.

Contributed Article Chautauqua Striders

JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — Local youth athletes will compete at the Hershey’s Track & Field Games, Friday, June 1 at Strider Field at 6 p.m. They will be competing for the ultimate prize — a trip to the Hershey’s Track & Field Games North American Final Meet in Hershey, Pa. The Hershey’s Track & Field Games is the longest-running youth fitness program of its kind in North America and is designed to encourage physical fitness among youth and emphasizes sportsmanship through basic track and field events such as running, jumping and throwing. This will be the sixth annual Hershey’s Track and Field Games hosted by Chautauqua Striders at Strider Field. The event is free and open to boys and girls ages nine through 14 (as of 12-31-2012) born 19982003, the Hershey’s Track & Field Games hopes to attract 500,000 participants to compete in local, district, state and provincial meets held across

North America this spring. At least five finalists from each of the 50 U.S. states, 10 Canadian provinces and three Canadian territories will ultimately qualify for the North American Final Meet, which will be held in August at Henry Hershey Field in Hershey, Pa. In total, more than 500 athletes participate in the final event and have the chance to meet some of the greatest athletes in track and field history, such as Olympians Carl Lewis and Bruce Jenner. The Hershey’s Track and Field Games are free to all area youth. Advanced mail in registration is strongly preferred. There will be limited

registration available on June 1, between 4:30 and 5:30 p.m. at Strider Field. Entry forms are available at the Jamestown Cycle Shop and Jamestown Family YMCA. Local entry forms and additional information is available online at www. chautauqua-striders.org. A copy of each child's birth certificate MUST accompany all entry forms. The top two finishers in each event advance to the NYS West Finals on Saturday June 16 in Ilion, N.Y. State meet winners do not automatically advance to the North American Finals, but are entered into a regional pool and become eligible for selection

The Hershey’s Track & Field Games age groups and events are as follows: Track Events Age Groups 50 Meter Dash — 9 & 10 year old boys & girls 100 Meter Dash — All Age Groups 200 Meter Dash — All Age Groups 400 Meter Dash — 9-12 year old boys & girls 800 Meter Run — 11-14 year old boys & girls 1600 Meter Run — 13 and 14 year old boys & girls Field Events Age Groups Standing Long Jump — All Age Groups Softball Throw — All Age Groups Relay Event Age Groups 4x100 Meter Relay — All Age Groups *All relay runners must be in same age group!

NCCS Celebrates Athletic Achievements for 2011-12 Northern Chautauqua Catholic School recently celebrated their athletic program’s achievements and efforts for the 2011-2012 school year, including its first ever Diocesan Boys Basketball Championship. Special guest speaker for the evening was Scott Kowalski, a certified baseball umpire. Scholarships were presented to Quinn Bankoski and Jack Penharlow from proceeds of the Annual Peg Smith Tournament, which is held each year as a fundraiser for the school’s sports program. These awards were presented by Mrs. Smith’s daughter, Becky Conti and Mrs. Smith’s granddaughters, Jennifer Conti and Rachel Bruzee. Jennifer Conti, Quinn Bankoski, Becky Conti, Jack Penharlow and Rachel Bruzee.

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SPRINT CUP

Race: Coca-Cola 600 Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway When: Sunday, 5:30 p.m. (ET) TV: FOX 2011 Winner: Kevin Harvick (right)

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NATIONWIDE SERIES

Race: History 300 Where: Charlotte Motor Speedway When: Saturday, 2:30 p.m. (ET) TV: ABC 2011 Winner: Matt Kenseth

CAMPING WORLD TRUCKS

Race: Lucas Oil 200 Where: Dover International Speedway When: June 1, 4:30 p.m. (ET) TV: SPEED 2011 Winner: Kyle Busch

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Remembering ‘best 600 ever’ Many in and around NASCAR this season have pointed to a lack of crashes and caution flags as contributing factors to less than spectacular racing. But in a race that is considered one of the best Coca-Cola 600s ever, a long stretch of green-flag racing at the end added to the drama. In the 1980 running of NASCAR’s longest race, Benny Parsons, driving M.C. Anderson’s No. 27 Chevrolet, battled Darrell Waltrip, in DiGard’s No. 88, in what many have called the best 600 ever. The three best cars that day belonged to Parsons, Waltrip and Dale Earnhardt. When Earnhardt blew a tire and crashed on Lap 276, it left Waltrip and Parsons as the top two drivers. Over the final 26 laps, the two swapped the lead eight times. Parsons took the lead with two laps to go, then held off a last-lap charge from Waltrip to get the victory. In an interview several years back, former Charlotte promoter H.A. “Humpy” Wheeler called the 1980 600 the best ever. “We had two big showers run through here that day, and I wasn’t sure we were going to finish that race by dark,” Wheeler said. “But what the rain did was tighten the track up and make the racing better ... “You could see the hunger in Benny Parsons, knowing he could win the 600. You could just feel it. Darrell could make his car awful wide, and for Benny to do it in the last couple of laps was really astonishing.”

Earnhardt goes on offensive to defend military sponsorship of NASCAR teams

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ale Earnhardt Jr. won the Sprint Showdown at Charlotte Motor Speedway last weekend, and he scored some points on the sponsorship front. Earnhardt, who won the Showdown to advance to the Sprint All-Star race where he finished fifth, was asked the day before to respond to a move in Congress that would ban sponsorships of race teams by branches of the military. He showed some political savvy, or perhaps evidence of some coaching by his team’s public relations staff, by throwing the ball, so to speak, back into the court of Rep. Jack Kingston (R-Ga.), who sponsored the legislation before the House Appropriations Committee, which approved the measure, which still must pass several more steps before becoming final. “I think the Republican from Georgia that is heading the bill hasn’t even been to a NASCAR race,” said Earnhardt, whose No. 88 Chevrolet is backed by the National Guard. “At least it states that in the article [that appeared in newspapers on Friday]. “I would encourage them to do more homework, get more facts, understand the situation a little more. I know just talking to the [National] Guard, and we went through this before, and talking to them, they can’t express to me enough how much this program helps their recruiting. They are committed to the belief it has a profound effect on their recruiting and their ability to recruit. It’s important for them to be visible and to push their

Rick Hendrick celebrates with Dale Earnhardt Jr., after winning the Sprint Showdown. (NASCAR photo)

Charity race aims to raise $1M

Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the No. 88 Chevrolet, crosses the finish line to win Saturday’s Sprint Showdown at Charlotte Motor Speedway. The U.S. National Guard is one of the name sponsors of the No. 88. (NASCAR photo) brand, and work on their brand, giving people an opportunity to learn more about how to get involved in the military.” Earnhardt pointed out that NASCAR has proven to be a great vehicle for any entity to use to get their message to the masses. “We are one of the biggest sports,” he said. “We’ve got more people attending races and attending our sport than a lot of other avenues they could be going. I think it’s good and healthy for them to be here. I think it works for them or they wouldn’t be a part of it.” He also joked that he was surprised that a conservative politician from deep in traditional NASCAR country hasn’t been to a race, since many people running for office in the past have made appearances at races, which tend to attract audiences that share their political beliefs. “Just because he’s a Republican from Georgia, he should have seen a NASCAR race by now,” Earnhardt said, adding that a trip to a race would be educational as well. “[Kingston] could come along and visit with the Guard and talk with the Guard – talk to the people that are at the particular races, and see what the experience is like for them. See how the guard utilizes their program and their marketing within the sport. “If he hasn’t been to a race, he’s not seen it firsthand. Then he can make his decision.” Others that could be affected by a cut in military sponsorships are Ryan Newman, whose No. 39 Chevrolet is sponsored by the U.S. Army, Aric Almirola, whose No. 43 Ford is backed by the Air Force and Don Schumacher’s teams in the NHRA.

Smith again passed over The voting panel for the NASCAR Hall of Fame in Charlotte, N.C., will pick five people this week for the Hall’s fourth class of inductees, but one longtime player in the sport won’t be one of their choices. Bruton Smith, who heads Speedway Motorsports and led the way in transforming race venues into the showplaces they are today, has never been on the list of nominees. Sprint Cup points leader Greg Biffle is among those who say Smith, a longtime pro- Bruton Smith moter whose company (NASCAR photo) owns several tracks, should be among the nominees. “He’s done a tremendous amount for our sport,” Biffle said. “He’s done a tremendous amount with this [Charlotte] race track and other race tracks like Las Vegas and other places. He’s been a huge contributor to our sport and definitely deserves an opportunity at some point, or at least gets my vote to be counted.” Possibly hurting Smith’s chances is the fact that he’s always been considered a competitor to the France family, which controls NASCAR and in large part the Hall of Fame.

All-Star Race: Stunning win followed by winning stunt

Jimmie Johnson, driver of the No. 48 Chevrolet, makes a victory lap with team owner Rick Hendrick sitting on the door after winning the Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Saturday. (NASCAR photo) Some of the most exciting moments in Saturday’s Sprint All-Star Race at Charlotte Motor Speedway came after the checkered flag fell. Car owner Rick Hendrick took a ride down the frontstretch hanging onto the winning car driven by Jimmie Johnson. With one leg hanging down almost to the track and the other wedged inside the car, many wondered if the veteran owner could hang on until the car came to a stop. “That was the dumbest thing I’ve done ever in racing,” Hendrick said afterward. “That was it. I may have

done some smart things, but that was the dumbest one.” Hendrick said that complicating matters was the fact that his leg blocked Johnson from properly working the clutch pedal, which could have led to a very jerky stop. “I thought, ‘I’m going to be like a busted watermelon out here,’” Hendrick said. Overall, the ones that looked like busted watermelons were Johnson’s competitors. He had the best pit stall after his crew won Thursday’s pit crew competition. Then he won the

first of four 20-lap segments, which put him in front for the final 10-lap run, in which he drove away from the field for his third All-Star win. As Johnson’s team and others had figured out before the race, whoever won the first segment was the likely All-Star winner, so Johnson rode in the back for the next three segments, tuning his car for the finish. “Everybody knew if you could win that first segment, you could control the night,” Johnson said. “We were able to do that starting sixth, so it was pretty awesome.”

The Prelude to the Dream charity race that Tony Stewart hosts each year at his Rossville, Ohio, dirt track, Eldora Speedway, has become such a big event that NASCAR changed the schedule of a tire test at Pocono Raceway to accommodate drivers participating in the Prelude. The tire test on June 6, the same day as the Prelude, will be moved up an hour, from 1 p.m. until noon, and end at 4 p.m. instead of 5, so drivers can make the 480-mile flight to Eldora. The eighth-annual race will be shown on HBO Pay-Per-View with net proceeds from the telecast going to Feed the Children. Among the competitors are IndyCar racer Tony Kanaan, drag racers Ron Capps and Cruz Pedregon, sprint car racers Steve Kinser and Donny Schatz as well as NASCAR regulars Tony Stewart, Jimmie Johnson, Clint Bowyer, Ryan Newman, Kasey Kahne, Bobby Labonte, Kurt Busch, Kyle Busch, Austin Dillon, Ty Dillon and Danica Patrick, who will be making her first start in a dirt Late Model car. The seven previous Preludes have raised a total of more than $3.5 million, but Stewart is hoping this year’s event will raise $1 million by itself. “It’s an ambitious goal,” Stewart said. “But if we don’t set the bar high, we’re not pushing ourselves the way we should.”

Chevrolet SS to be Cup race car Officials from Chevrolet announced last week that their new Sprint Cup race car will be the Chevrolet SS. The manufacturer will offer the car, a V-8 powered, rear-wheel-drive performance sedan, to the American public beginning late next year. It is Chevy’s first rear-wheel-drive sedan offered for sale in the U.S. in 17 years. All participating manufacturers in NASCAR will be running new model cars in 2013, and the emphasis is on having the cars more closely resemble those for sale to the public.

SPRINT CUP POINTS 1. Greg Biffle 411; Leader 2. Matt Kenseth 409; behind -2 3. Dale Earnhardt Jr. 397; behind -14 4. Denny Hamlin 394; behind -17 5. Jimmie Johnson 372; behind -39 6. Martin Truex Jr. 372; behind -39 7. Tony Stewart 369; behind -42 8. Kevin Harvick 361; behind -50 9. Kyle Busch 349; behind -62 10. Carl Edwards 337; behind -74

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SPEAKING Points-paying Cup wins 6Charlotte, by Jimmie Johnson at the most of any

active driver and ties Bobby Allison and Darrell Waltrip atop the all-time list

Points-paying Cup vic16 tories at Charlotte by Rick Hendrick, tops among all car owners

Laps led in the 738 past 14 Cup races at Charlotte by Kyle Busch, most among all drivers

Laps led by Kevin 5 Harvick in his Cup career at Charlotte Motor Speedway, even though he’s the defending Coca-Cola 600 winner


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Section VI Playoff Schedules

Top seeded Fredonia in B-2 is off to a nice start after defeating Gowanda 14-2 in Tuesday's quarterfinal. Meanwhile, Westfield, perhaps the top challenger to Frewsburg in Class C, defeated Salamanca 12-1. (Photos by Chris Winkler) Class AA  

BASEBALL

Baseball Class AA

Class AA Pre-quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 22 Quarterfinals — Thursday, 4) Orchard  Park (3)  Clarence (5)  Lockport (H)  NiaIara  WheaJield May 24 Lockport  won  9-­‐4 (5)  Lockport (H)  NiaIara  WheaJield Ni89  Wh18:i1l;  won  <-­‐4 (12)  West  Seneca  West (11)  North  Tonawanda Semifinals — Tuesday, May 29 Baseball B Final — Thursday, May 31 Class  Class B (B-­‐1) (B-­‐2) (1)  Tonawanda (1)  Fredonia Regional — Tuesday, June 5 (8)  Springville Tonawanda  won  11-­‐8 (1)  Tonawanda (1)  Fredonia Fredonia  won  14-­‐2 (8)  Gowanda Newfane  won  8-­‐3 (9)  Newfane (8)  Gowanda Gowanda  won  17-­‐0 Class B (9)  Newfane (9)  Cleve  Hill Pre-quarterfinals — Tuesday, (4)  Olean (4)  City  Honors May 21 Olean  won  5-­‐3 (4)  Olean (5)  Southwestern Southwestern  won  6-­‐3 (5)  Alden (5)  Southwestern Quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 22 (2)  Depew (2)  Roy-­‐Hart (7)  Medina Depew  won  5-­‐1 (2)  Depew (2)  Roy-­‐Hart Roy-­‐Hart  won  11-­‐2 (7)  Akron Semifinals — Friday, May 25 Medina  won  16-­‐3 (7)  Medina (7)  Akron Akron  won  13-­‐3 (10)  Lackawanna (10)  Applied  Tech Finals — Tuesday, May 29 Crossover final — Thursday, (3)  Dunkirk (3)  JFK Dunkirk  won  10-­‐2 (3)  Dunkirk (6)  Wilson Wilson  won  9-­‐8  (12) (6)  Wilson May 31 (6)  Eden (6)  Wilson Wilson  won  6-­‐4 (11)  Allegany-­‐Limestone Regional — Tuesday, June 5 Baseball Class D Baseball Class C Class  Class D C Class  C (1)  Frewsburg (1)  Pine  Valley (8)  Holland Pre-quarterfinals — Tuesday, Holland  won  12-­‐7 (8)  Holland (8)  Sherman (9)  Chautauqua  Lake May 22 (5)  Cassadaga  Valley (4)  Brocton Quarterfinals — Thursday, CV  won  6-­‐1 (5)  Cassadaga  Valley (12)  Franklinville (5)  West  Valley May 24 (4)  Portville (3)  Olmstead Semifinals — Tuesday, May 29 Portville  won  4-­‐0 (4)  Portville (1)  Niagara  Falls

(8) Williamsville  North Will  North  won  6-­‐1 (9)  Jamestown

(2) Lancaster

(8) Williamsville  North

(6) 7ron8er

(13) Randolph

(6) 7ron8er /ron01r  won  9-­‐1 (10)  Kenmore  West

(6) Clymer (2)  North  Collins

(2) Leonardo  da  Vinci (=)  Ca?@Li?le  ValleA C/LV  won  1-­‐0 (10)  Silver  Creek

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(=) Ca?@Li?le  ValleA

(>) ?es@ield :e;<ield  won  12-­‐1 (>)  ?es@ield (14)  Salamanca (6)  Maple  Grove MG  won  9-­‐2 (11)  Barker

(6) Maple  Grove

Class AA  

Softball Class AA (1) Clarence (8)  Kenmore  West Ken  West  won  5-­‐4 (<)  Fron>er

(2) Lockport

(8) Kenmore  West

(E) Niagara  WheaField Nia4  Whea5ield  won  18-­‐9 (12)  North  Tonawanda

(7) Williamsville  North

(4) Lancaster

(3) Niagara  Falls

(E) Niagara  WheaField

(6) Orchard  Park

(7) Williamsville  North Will  North  won  6-­‐5 (10)  Jamestown

(6) Orchard  Park Orchard  Park  won  11-­‐4 (11)  West  Seneca  West

Softball Class Class B B (B-­‐1)

(B-­‐2)

(8) Tonawanda Tonawanda  won  9-­‐2 (9)  Newfane

(7) Alden Alden  won  9-­‐2 (10)  Medina

(1) Depew Depew  won  4-­‐0 (8)  Tonawanda

(1) Depew

(1) Cleve  Hill

(1) Cleve  Hill Cleve  Hill  won  7-­‐6  (8) (8)  Fredonia

(4) Lackawanna Eden  won  3-­‐2 (5)  Eden

(5) Eden

(4) Falconer

(4) Falconer Falconer  won  2-­‐0 (5)  Wilson

(2) Dunkirk Dunkirk  won  9-­‐8 (7)  Alden

(2) Dunkirk

(6) Akron

(3) Roy-­‐Hart Akron  won  5-­‐2 (6)  Akron

(3) Olean Olean  won  9-­‐1 (6)  Springville

(3) Olean

(7) Gowanda

(2) City  Honors Gowanda  won  15-­‐3 (7)  Gowanda

Softball Class C

Softball Class D

Class C

(1) Frewsburg (8)  Chautauqua  Lake

(1) Forestville

(9) Franklinville

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(5) Cassadaga  Valley CV  won  17-­‐0 (5)  Cassadaga  Valley (12)  Salamanca

(4) Ripley

(4) Maple  Grove MG  won  12-­‐7 (13)  Holland

(3) North  Collins

(5) Clymer

(4) Maple  Grove

(6) Brocton (2)  Panama

(2) Ca=>?i=le  Valley (@)  AesBield Randolph  won  6-­‐5 (10)  Randolph

(7) Sherman

(10) Randolph

(3) Portville

(6) Barker (11)  Silver  Creek

Lacrosse Class C (8) Lew-­‐Port LP  won  19-­‐5 (9)  Gowanda

(1) Silver  Creek SC  won  31-­‐1 (8)  Lew-­‐Port

(1) Silver  Creek

(4) East  Aurora EA  won  11-­‐10 (5)  Eden

(4) East  Aurora

(3) Wilson Wilson  won  16-­‐9 (6)  Salamanca

(3) Wilson

(2) Akron Akron  won  14-­‐11 (7)  Medina

(2) Akron

Class C

(8) Fredonia Fredonia  won  8-­‐5 (9)  Allegany  Limestone

(5) Wilson Wilson  won  6-­‐4 (12)  Southwestern

(6) Akron Akron  won  12-­‐9 (11)  Applied  Tech

(7) Gowanda Gowanda  13-­‐8 (10)  JFK

Class D

Final — Thursday, May 31 Regional — Tuesday, June 5 Class D Quarterfinals — Thursday, May 24 Semifinals — Tuesday, May 29 Final — Thursday, May 31 Regional — Tuesday, June 5

SOFTBALL

Class AA Pre-quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 22 Quarterfinals — Friday, May 25 Semifinals — Tuesday, May 29 Final — Friday, June 1 Regional — Tuesday, June 5 Class B Pre-quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 18 Quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 22 Semifinals — Friday, May 25 Finals — Wednesday, May 30 Crossover final — Saturday, June 2

Regional — Tuesday, June 5 Class C Pre-quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 22 Quarterfinals — Friday, May 25 Semifinals — Wednesdays, May 30 Final — Saturday, June 2 Regional — Tuesday, June 5 Class D Quarterfinals — Friday, May 25 Semifinals — Wednesday, May 30 Final — Saturday, June 2 Regional — Tuesday, June 5

LACROSSE

Class C Pre-quarterfinals — Monday, May 21 Quarterfinals — Tuesday, May 22 Semifinals — Friday, May 25 Final — Wednesday, May 30 Regional — Saturday, June 2


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Donovan Among 11 Added To U.S. National Team

Landon Donovan was selected to be on the May Training Camp roster for the United States Men's Soccer team. They'll play three friendlies and two World Cup qualifying matches over the next three weeks.

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until May 25, when Klinsmann will select the 23-man roster for the upcoming five matches. It will face Scotland in Jacksonville. ''We are excited now to get towards full numbers with the MLS guys and also the players from Europe who are coming in with great form,'' Klinsmann said. ''We want them to pick up the rhythm as fast as possible and make them understand that we are taking the next couple weeks very seriously.'' Among the rising players from MLS not chosen was Brek Shea of FC Dallas. ''We have watched Brek during the last few months, and given his performances and some of the other issues we felt he should be on the standby list,'' Klinsmann said. ''He's still a young player with a lot of talent, and also a lot to learn.'' Shea was suspended for three games by MLS this week for kicking the ball at an assistant

NEW YORK (AP) — Landon Donovan was among 11 players added to the initial squad of 16 by U.S. national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann for training ahead of an exhibition game against Scotland. The Americans, who begin World Cup 2014 qualifying June 8, added Sunday defenders Clarence Goodson and Oguchi Onyewu, plus Donovan, Herculez Gomez and Jozy Altidore at forward. All have World Cup experience. The other additions were defenders Geoff Cameron and Michael Parkhurst, midfielder Graham Zus, and forward Juan Agudelo, Terrence Boyd and Chris Wondolowski. Donovan is Team USA's alltime leading scorer and also has the most appearances for any U.S. player in World Cup qualifying with 35. The team will train in Orlando Continued on pg 10

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I’ll Have Another Arrives At Belmont Contributed Article Associated Press

BALTIMORE — I'll Have Another poked his head out of his stall, started nibbling on his nameplate tacked to a wall and looked up at all the people watching his every move. Yes, I'll Have Another came out of his thrilling Preakness win over Bodemeister in "super shape," trainer Doug O'Neill said Sunday, and now comes New York for a Triple Crown try in the Belmont Stakes on June 9. "Bring it on! We're ready to go. Super pumped!" O'Neill said as he held court outside the stall of his Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner. "I can't put into words how incredible it is. We're just on Cloud 9. It's super exciting." The colorful and controversial trainer was returning to his home base in California, and making plans for the trip to New York in the next week or so. I'll Have Another, meanwhile, was loaded onto a horse van at Pimlico and arrived at Belmont Park on a sunny Sunday afternoon. O'Neill's assistant, Jack Sisterson, will oversee the chestnut colt until O'Neill and the rest of his team arrive. The trainer took time to soak in the moment before leaving Baltimore, though, and to contemplate the pressurepacked days that await leading to the first Triple Crown attempt since 2008. It will be the 12th Triple try since 1978, when Affirmed won thoroughbred racing's most elusive prize. "It's hasn't completely sunk in yet," he said. "The party out here at the barn after the race was like wow! I've never seen anything like that — everyone so excited about horse racing and I'll Have Another being 2 for 2. I definitely feel the energy and buzz in the air." He hasn't seen anything yet. The Triple Crown quest brought some tantalizingly close calls since Affirmed

I'll Have Another is led to his stable after arriving at Belmont Park on Sunday. He'll look to become the first triple crown winner since Affirmed in 1978. (AP Photo)

turned back Alydar in the Derby, Preakness and Belmont 34 years ago — the longest drought between Triple Crown champions. There was Real Quiet in 1998, who looked like a lock to take the Belmont until he was nailed at the wire by Victory Gallop. And there was Smarty Jones, who also seemed golden in the Belmont stretch only to be reeled in by 36-1 shot Birdstone in the final 70 yards. So can I'll Have Another win it? Steve Cauthen, who was a fresh-faced, 18-year-old jockey who rode Affirmed into history, believes the colt can deliver. Not only does he see similarities with Affirmed, but "The Kid" can relate to what "new-kid-on-the-block" rider Mario Gutierrez is experiencing. "I guess I'm having a flashback," Cauthen said Sunday from his breeding farm in Verona, Ky. "He's a new kid on the block like I was. The kid's got a great attitude and a great smile. And, like me, he's been put in a position to ride in these kinds of races and a shot at maybe winning the Triple Crown. And the trainer and owner have confidence in him, and that's important, because Laz (Barrera, Affirmed's trainer) and Mr. Wolfson (owner Louis Wolfson) were 100 percent behind me." As for I'll Have Another, Cauthen said the colt seems

Nadal Takes Out Djokovic On Clay In Final French Prep Contributed Article Associated Press

ROME (AP) — Rafael Nadal showed he's still the man to beat on clay, defeating Novak Djokovic 7-5, 6-3 Monday in a rain-delayed final to win his record sixth Italian Open and regain the No. 2 ranking. After losing to Djokovic in seven straight finals — including Rome last year — Nadal has now won two straight against the top-ranked Serb after also capturing the Monte Carlo Masters on clay. Nadal also moved ahead of Roger Federer in the rankings with the French Open starting Sunday. ''I don't think I played that well. I can do better,'' Nadal said. ''When you are not serving 100 percent perfect then you are in trouble because he returns hard. I am trying to play more aggressive and I am hitting the ball better than last year.'' Djokovic, drained in Monte Carlo after the death of his grandfather, made 41 unforced errors in this match. His double-fault on the last point gave Nadal his 49th career title and his 35th on clay. Nadal did not drop a set all tournament to clinch his third Italian Open victory in four years, with his winning streak interrupted last year by Djokovic. Monday's match was the first time the same players competed in backto-back finals since the tournament began in 1930. ''He is always the favorite even if I win against him seven times,'' Djokovic said. ''He is the best player in the world on this surface and the two wins I had gave me confidence and I think that the match today was quite close even if he won in straight sets. Djokovic played well at the start but the turning point came midway through the 10th game when a line judge called the Serbian's shot out. The umpire overruled the decision, but Nadal

interviews. That's not me." relaxed and takes things in stride, just like Affirmed. O'Neill already has embraced the hoopla, and can't wait to "Horses that seem to come take Manhattan. out of their races pretty well, it means they don't bother "Like we did in Louisville and themselves, and that's a huge Baltimore, when we come benefit when you've got three to New York we're going to tough races," Cauthen added. see the town, enjoy it, soak it "It's like three title fights in in," he said. "And the reason five weeks. You are taking on we're enjoying it so much is the best around. With Afthe horse has been thriving so firmed, he always did the right much. If he continues to do thing. He didn't waste any en- good, we'll have a good time." ergy. And when it came down There could be bumpy times, to a battle, he thrived on it. too. O'Neill has been un"This horse looks like he's der scrutiny over his many got that fighting spirit. He violations for giving his horses likes a game, and he wants to improper drugs. He has win and he can't wait to get been accused in California another battle. He thrives on of "milkshaking," the illegal it and to me that's why more practice of giving a horse a than anything he's got a good blend of bicarbonate of soda, chance." sugar and electrolytes. The mixture is designed to reduce The race is one thing, the fatigue and enhance perforbuildup another. Some cave mance. He was fined $1,000 to the pressure, others try to and suspended 15 days in find ways to deal with it. It's one incident. He is contesting impossible to dismiss. Since another and faces penalties Affirmed, no one's come up ranging from a minimum with a winning formula. 90-day suspension and a J. Paul Reddam, who owns $5,000 fine to a maximum I'll Have Another, would like 180-day suspension and fine nothing better than to have of $15,000. his horse join the equine "I can't talk about all that pantheon of Triple Crown heroes that includes Secretar- stuff," O'Neill said. "I know we play by the rules, and I know iat, Seattle Slew and Citation. He's just dreading all the time we love our horses and we take great care of them." before the race. He chooses to accentuate the "I'm actually not looking forpositive. ward to the next three weeks at all," Reddam said. "I know "One thing we have here is there is going to be a certain amount of tension, and I'm not eager to do a bunch of TV Continued on pg 10

Strasburg Strikes Out 8, Homers For Nationals Contributed Article Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — Stephen Strasburg took a swing and looked in amazement as the baseball carried over the left-field wall. If Strasburg's first major league homer came as a surprise, his performance on the mound did not. With Strasburg leading the way, the Washington Nationals beat the Baltimore Orioles 9-3 Sunday to avert a three-game sweep. In addition to his 2-for-2 performance at the plate, Strasburg (4-1) struck out Another win on clay for Rafael Nadal as he deeight in five innings before feated Novak Djokovic in the Italian Open final being lifted by manager Davey Monday morning. The French Open starts next Johnson, who said the pitcher week. (AP Photo) mentioned tightness in his won the replayed point and then held his serve biceps. to make it 5-5. ''I don't care who it was, if I Nadal acknowledged last year that Djokovic find out they have tightness, had a mental advantage over him after all those they're out,'' Johnson said. losses. ''I talked to him later in the ''You need to accept your losses because this is game. He said it relaxed a bit and was a lot better. I'm not a game and in this sport you will always lose, as concerned when it's in the but it is normal that you lose and you need to biceps.'' be patient to wait for your moment,'' Nadal said. ''I accept my losses and try to keep being Strasburg attributed the sorecompetitive. You win a few points and you lose ness in part to working too a few and you can lose a match. Today I won hard in the days following his and that's the difference. You don't need to find previous start. great things - it is the small things that make ''The biceps is fine,'' he said. the difference.'' ''It's just throwing a lot of Nadal is a six-time champion at Roland Garros; pitches early, then we put up a Djokovic will be looking for his first title there. lot of runs and stuff. I just got He holds the other three Grand Slam titles, a little tired, got a little tight, but that's nothing different Continued on pg 10

Stephen Strasburg is congratulated by fellow phenom and former No. 1 pick Bryce Harper after hitting his first major league homerun. (AP Photo)

than any other outing.'' Strasburg sent an 0-2 pitch from Wei-Yin Chen into the Baltimore bullpen in the fourth inning to put the Nationals ahead 5-3. After dusting off his home run trot and returning to the dugout, he responded to a curtain call by waving to the crowd of 41,918. ''Shocking, that's for sure,'' Strasburg said of his clout. ''I feel like in (batting practice) I have to swing a lot harder to hit it out. I just somehow ran into one.'' He was almost embarrassed about his trip around the bases and subsequent climb up the dugout steps. ''I'm not big for going out there and showboating,'' Strasburg said. ''It was great, but I know my place. I'm not a

real hitter out there so I'm not going to go out there and act like I do it all the time.'' The hard-throwing Strasburg had five hits in 40 big league at-bats before Sunday. He singled and scored in the third inning, then followed a shot by Jesus Flores with one of his own in the fourth. ''I didn't expect Stras to hit a breaking ball,'' Johnson said. ''He doesn't usually see breaking balls. (Third base coach) Bo Porter came in after and said we found a left fielder.'' Known more for his pitching than his hitting, Strasburg excelled at both. The right-hander allowed three runs, one earned, four hits and a walk in his first career appearance against Baltimore. He retired the last 10 batters he faced. Continued on pg 10


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GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Skating between the circles, Dustin Penner saw the puck bouncing his way. A scrum of players thrashing in front of him, he fired a shot through the crowd and between Phoeme nix goalie Mike Smith's pads. Fortunate? Maybe a little, but it was all the Los Angeles ed Kings needed to get where o they haven't been since Wayne Gretzky glided across the ice nd in Southern California. Penner scored 17:42 into overtime and the Kings are it headed to the Stanley Cup n finals for the second time as s a franchise after beating the g so Phoenix Coyotes 4-3 in Game o 5 of the Western Conference me." finals Tuesday night. es, ''I got a lucky bounce,'' Penner said. ''I just waited for it to settle down, and I got a chance to rses get it in the net.'' The kings of the road, Los Angeles will play for hockey's l ultimate prize for the first time since 1993 after taking da, down the Western Conference's top three seeds. uce - The Kings knocked off No. 0 1 Vancouver, the Presidents' Trophy winner, No. 2 St. Louis ing and rounded it out with a fives game win over the No. 3 Coyotes in the conference finals to become the second No. 8 seed — along with Edmonton ne in 2006 — to reach the Stanley Cup finals. They played hard, utilized we their skill and size, and won ow away from home like no other team in NHL history. After losing Game 4 at home, he Los Angeles closed out Phoenix in the desert for its NHL record eighth straight road

Mike Richards (middle) celebrates his second period goal with teammates Dustin Penner (No. 25) and Jeff Carter (No. 77). The Kings are on to the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1993. (AP Photo)

victory of the playoffs. The Kings became the first team to go undefeated on the road en route to the Stanley Cup finals and have won 10 straight road playoff games over two seasons, another record. Anze Kopitar scored Los Angeles' fifth short-handed goal of the playoffs, Drew Doughty had a goal an assist, and Mike Richards also scored for Los Angeles. Jonathan Quick had some big saves in the third period and overtime, and Penner capped it by gathering a bouncing puck and beating Smith for his third goal of the playoffs. Next up for the Kings is a trip to the New York metropolitan area. They will play Game 1 on May 30 at either the New York Rangers or the New Jersey Devils. Los Angeles last played in the final round 19 years ago, vs. Montreal. ''There hasn't been much success as an organization, but we've got an opportunity to play for the Cup,'' said Kings captain Dustin Brown, who angered the Coyotes with a hit that knocked defenseman Michal Rozsival from the game just before Penner's goal. ''But there's still a lot of work to be done.''

The Coyotes avoided being swept out of their first conference finals with a gutty win in Los Angeles on Sunday. They couldn't extend the series another game despite jumping on the Kings early, unable to stop Los Angeles' waves of skilled players or Penner's final shot. Taylor Pyatt had a goal and an assist, Marc-Antoine Pouliot and Keith Yandle also scored, and Smith made some superb saves while facing 51 shots. ''I have been knocked out in the first round a lot and you think it is going to feel better when you get to the next round, but I don't care when you get knocked out,'' Coyotes captain Shane Doan said. ''It feels awful and you don't want to be a part of it and you wish you could keep going.'' Los Angeles blew one chance to put away the pesky Coyotes. Leading the series 3-0 and playing at home, the Kings couldn't match Phoenix's intensity in Game 4 and lost 2-0, giving the Coyotes a glimmer of hope. What they didn't want to do is give them momentum.

Phoenix has been as good as any team in the league when the confidence is rolling, using an 11-game winning streak in February to get back into the playoff race and a five-game surge to close out its first NHL division title. The Kings had come through in this spot once before, defeating Vancouver on the road after failing to complete the sweep at home in Game 4. They didn't seem ready to do it again. Riding the confidence carryover from Game 4, the Coyotes dominated early, controlling the puck, giving the Kings little room in the neutral zone or anywhere else. Phoenix had some good scoring chances early and Pyatt cashed in on a power play, redirecting Martin Hanzal's one-timer in the slot 4:20 into the game. Despite numerous other good chances, including a couple on a power play, the Coyotes couldn't get another puck past Quick in the first period. Adding to it, the Kings snatched a little momentum back with Kopitar's shorthanded goal, on a redirect of a shot by Doughty after Smith was called for icing. ''We didn't capitalize on a power play early, a couple other opportunities, couldn't push the game along,'' Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said. ''We knew it was going to be a tight game. It ended up that way.'' The second period wound up being a shootout. Pouliot gave Phoenix the lead back by flipping a backhander past Quick on a loose puck in front for his first career playoff goal. Doughty tied it a few minutes later, scoring from

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2012 NHL Playoffs Conference Finals

Eastern Conference No. 1 New York Rangers vs. No. 6 New Jersey Devils (Series tied 2-2) Game 1: Monday, May 14 — New York 3, New Jersey 0 Game 2: Wednesday, May 16 — New Jersey 3, New York 2 Game 3: Saturday, May 19 — New York 3, New Jersey 0 Game 4: Monday, May 21 — New Jersey 4, New York 1 Game 5: Wednesday, May 23 — New Jersey at New York, 8 p.m. * Game 6: Friday, May 25 — New York at New Jersey, 8 p.m. * Game 7: Sunday, May 27 — New Jersey at New York, 8 p.m. *

Western Conference No. 3 Phoenix Coyotes vs. No. 8 Los Angeles Kings (Los Angeles wins series 4-1) Game 1: Sunday, May 13 — Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 2 Game 2: Tuesday, May 15 — Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 0 Game 3: Thursday, May 17 — Los Angeles 2, Phoenix 1 Game 4: Sunday, May 20 — Phoenix 2, Los Angeles 0 Game 5: Tuesday, May 22 — Los Angeles 4, Phoenix 3, OT

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Brodeur, Devils Show Fight In Game 4 To Even Series Contributed Article Associated Press

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The Eastern Conference Finals between the rival New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils finally got ugly — real ugly. Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur was sucker punched in the third period by former teammate Mike Rupp. Coaches Peter DeBoer of New Jersey and John Tortorella of New York screamed at each other after the incident. And the Rangers blew their cool, as the Devils rode two goals and an assist by Zach Parise to a 4-1 victory on Monday night that evened the series, 2-2. not ''Throughout a seven-game ct series,'' Parise said, ''both teams are going to get frusrg trated with things.'' ue Well, Monday was New York's turn. And only time hird will tell if it spills over to ot Game 5 Wednesday at Madihis son Square Garden. As for Game 4, though, the story a was the hit on Brodeur, who d. made 28 saves en route to ak- his 10th win of the postseah) son. d After all, the punch came ' out of nowhere and almost ng set off a battle on the ice ex- before the coaches got into nd-it on the benches. ''You don't like to see that,'' k DeBoer said of the hit on his ce goaltender. ''He's a key guy ed for us. Two teams battling it out. He's a big boy. He can take care of himself.''

Brodeur was more surprised by the incident than anything else. ''I didn't expect anything,'' the 40-year-old said. ''I never got punched like that in my career. First time. It kind of surprised me more than anything, but now I know I can take a punch.'' Tortorella refused to say anything about his shouting match with DeBoer, with whom he has argued several times this season, including Sunday when he complained about the Devils using illegal picks and embellishing penalties. ''This isn't about John and I,'' DeBoer said. ''This is about the guys on the ice. So, I don't have anything to say about that.'' This game — and its result — seemed almost anticlimactic after the shenanigans. Bryce Salvador and Travis Zajac beat Henrik Lundqvist less than four minutes apart in the first to give the Devils their first two-goal lead in a series where the intensity and the emotions are picking up to the point where they now compare to the classic 1994 Eastern Conference Finals between these two rivals. In that series, there were suspensions on both sides, three double-overtime games, a Game 6 ''Guarantee'' by New York captain Mark Messier, and unparalleled drama. Well, this one is getting

Zach Parise (No. 9) jumps on top of Bryce Salvador, after Salvador put the Devils on the board in the first period. New Jersey went on to win 4-1 and even up the series at two games a piece. (AP Photo)

there. On Monday, Brodeur, the only remaining player on either side from that 1994 series, even notched an assist in the third, on Parise's empty netter, capping a game in which the Devils maintained their composure and bounced back from a 3-0 shutout in Game 3, while the Rangers took several uncharacteristic penalties and seemed rattled from the start. And the chippiness increased with each period. New York's Marc Staal whacked Patrik Elias in the back of the knee with his stick in the second. Ryan

Callahan, the Rangers captain, and New Jersey's Ilya Kovalchuk tussled and then jawed at each other from the respective penalty boxes. ''There are going to be situations out there where we get into each other's faces,'' Callahan said. ''That's playoff hockey.'' But the Rupp incident might have been a little over the top, even for the Stanley Cup playoffs. A former Devil who scored the Stanley Cup-clinching goal for New Jersey in 2003 vs. Anaheim, Rupp jabbed Brodeur in his crease in the third after a stoppage in play. That almost set off

a free-for-all among the players on the ice, especially after Brodeur reacted like he had been hit by a roundhouse left. As Brodeur walked through the locker room, he was asked if Rupp was his friend. ''That's what I thought,'' he said before heading to the podium for a postgame news conference. Meanwhile, Rupp was not available for comment. The punch came about four minutes after Parise scored on a power play to give New Jersey a 3-0 lead and for all practical purposes, ended the game. Ruslan Fedotenko ruined Brodeur's bid for his 25th career playoff shutout with just over five minutes to play. The Rangers pulled Lundqvist, who had shut out the Devils in Games 1 and 3, with less than three minutes to play, and Brodeur made two outstanding saves to keep it a two-goal game. Parise — two days after he did not speak to reporters after a disappointing effort in Game 3 — finally iced it with his second of the game and sixth of the playoffs. It was a clearing pass that found its way into the net. Brodeur notched the assist on that play. It was his fourth point of the playoffs. But this game — which did not include New York's Brendan Prust, who was suspended for elbowing Anton Volchenkov in Game 3 — was decided early because

the Devils finally found ways to beat Lundqvist. New Jersey dominated much of the play in Game 3, and the first period of Game 4 was even worse for the Rangers. They looked slow, were outhustled on nearly every shift, and they didn't get a shot on goal until roughly halfway through. By then, New Jersey already had a 1-0 lead, on a goal by Salvador, and was cruising. Salvador's see-eying shot through a half-dozen players from the left point sneaked by the Rangers' netminder for New Jersey's first goal since the third period of Game 2. New Jersey's Jacob Josefson, playing for the first time since breaking his left wrist on April 3, failed to deflect the shot on the way in, and New York's Anton Stralman seemed to screen Lundqvist, who seemingly never saw the wristshot. Zajac's goal gave the Devils a 2-0 edge at 11:59, and the rejuvenated Parise had a big hand in it. New Jersey's Dainius Zubrus sent the puck along the boards and New York's Michael Del Zotto made two mistakes. He didn't flag down the puck and then, he allowed Parise to skate past him, setting up a 2-on-1 break. Parise lifted a pass over the stick of a prone Dan Girardi, and Zajac onetimed the pass into the upper portion of the net before Lundqvist could react.


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ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — Dr. John J. Watson, 45, professor of marketing in the School of Business at St. Bonaventure University, died unexpectedly Friday, May 18. His passing comes just 13 months after the death of his father, Dr. John G. Watson, dean of the School of Business and a beloved member of the St. Bonaventure faculty for 35 years. A Funeral Mass took place at 4 p.m. Monday at St. Bonaventure Parish in Allegany, followed by a funeral supper at the Magnano Centre (Hickey Dining Hall) on campus. “Our community is just heartbroken by this news,” said Sr. Margaret Carney, O.S.F., S.T.D., university president. “After the loss of his father last year, this is almost impossible to comprehend. John was such a rising star in our School of Business, much like his dad was 30 years ago. We will do everything we can to support his family during this tragic time.” A native of Franklinville, N.Y., Dr. John J. Watson graduated from Archbishop Walsh High School in Olean. He earned his bachelor’s degree in business administration from Bucknell University in 1988 and his master’s in business administration from Bucknell in 1989. He earned his Ph.D. in marketing in 1996 from Penn State, where he was a graduate assistant in the Department of Marketing. Watson played basketball at Bucknell and spent two years after college, 1989 to 1991, playing professionally in Ireland and England. He was also a former coach, owner and president of the Canterbury Rams in the New Zealand National Basketball League and was named Coach of the Year in 2002. Watson was a former assistant and associate professor in the Department of Management at The University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, from 1996 to 2008. He was highly involved with students at Canterbury, where

FREDONIA, N.Y. — Fredonia State landed four players on the 2012 Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association Empire Region Team, which was released today. Senior defender Megan Mietelski , senior attacker Amy Simon, and sophomore attacker Katie Kleine were named to the First Team. Junior goalkeeper Casey Chiesa was a Second Team selection. he founded the Business and In addition, the panel of voters Sport Management Society, named Mietelski as the top dechaired the International fender in the Empire Region. Student Exchange Committee All four Blue Devils were preand served on the university’s viously 2012 SUNYAC First MBA Board of Directors. He Team selections. Kleine is also received the Best Teacher the 2012 SUNYAC Rookie of Award in 1997 and 2006 as the Year. a faculty member in Canterbury’s College of Business and All four are eligible for the IWLCA All-American Team, which Economics. will be chosen from players on He first joined the faculty at the seven all-region teams. St. Bonaventure as a visiting They are also eligible for the professor in the fall of 2004 and became a full-time faculty ECAC Upstate All-Star team, likely to be released this member in 2008. summer. “John was highly respected by the faculty, staff, and students Mietelski and Simon are twotime IWLCA all-region selecin the School of Business,” said Dr. Carol Fischer, dean of tions. Mietelski was Second Team in 2011, while Simon the School of Business. “His was Second Team in 2010. energy and enthusiasm were contagious, and his contributions to curriculum and programming are a lasting legacy.” Watson also served as the priContributed Article St. Bonaventure Sports Information mary color commentator for SBU-TV broadcasts of men's basketball games. CHARLOTTE, N.C. — LookWatson is survived by his wife, ing for its first-ever sweep of Dr. Leslie Raymore Watson; Charlotte (21-32, 9-14 Atlantic four children, John, Noah, 10 Conference), the St. BoStephen and Elizabeth; his naventure baseball team (23-25, mother, Dr. Suzanne Watson, 10-14 A-10) fell short on Satura former lecturer in the Deday afternoon as the Bonnies partment of Computer Science were defeated by the 49ers, 5-3, at St. Bonaventure; a brother, in their season finale. Stephen, athletic director at Senior Ryan Skellie hit a St. Bonaventure; and a sister, two-run home run in his final Jane. His sister Christine collegiate game and juniors passed away in 2006. Eric Jutca and Jason Radwan Donations can be made in each collected two hits for the honor of Watson to either Bonnies, who were trying to Archbishop Walsh Academy, finish a second consecutive 208 North 24th Street, Olean, season with a .500 record. NY 14760; or to The Chris Sophomore Asa Johnson Dudley Foundation Diabetes started and went four innings, Camp, 515 NW Saltzman allowing two runs and seven Road #789, Portland, OR hits. With the game tied at 97229. 2-2 in the 5th, he turned the ball over to his older brother, redshirt senior Cael Johnson, who made his last career collegiate pitching appearance.

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FREDONIA, N.Y. — Two Fredonia State men learned Sunday they have been accepted into the field for the NCAA Division III Track & Field championship meet. Junior multi-athlete Spencer Lefort and senior pole vaulter Broncho Rollins will be traveling to California with their coaches for three days of competition starting Thursday. It's the first trip to nationals for Lefort, the third for Rollins. The latter competed at the 2011 NCAA outdoor meet and the 2012 NCAA indoor meet, where he finished sixth and earned All-American status. Lefort is 18th in the field of 20 accepted qualifiers in the men's decathlon, which will be held Thursday and Friday. He scored a personal-best 6,227 points while winning the SUNYAC championship the first weekend of May. He also competed in two other

Emily Reichert is the only other two-time all-region player in program history. A defender, Reichert was First Team in 2007 and Second Team in 2008. The Blue Devils had their finest season in program history in 2012. In addition to setting a single-season school record for wins, they finished second in the SUNYAC and earned the program's first NCAA Division III tournament berth. The team's final record was 14-5. During their four years as Blue Devils, Simon left a legacy on offense and Mietelski on defense.

Simon is the all-time leader in points (286), points per game (4.09), goals (242), goals per game (3.46), shots (505), shots per game (7.21), shots on goal (374), shots on goal per game (5.34), draw controls (185), draw controls per game (2.64), and game-winning goals (11). Mietelski is first all-time in caused turnovers (102), second in caused turnovers per game (1.52), second in draw controls (172), second in draw controls per game (2.57), and ninth in ground balls (118). Each also holds single-season and single-game school records. Kleine missed all of 2011 with an injury but made an im-

mediate mark upon her return this spring. She broke Simon's single-season record for points with 86, including a school-record 30 assists. Kleine, Simon, and senior attack Morgan McNamara had 18 free-position goals each in 2012, another new school record. Chiesa remained the lone Blue Devils' goalkeeper for the third straight season. She has made 53 consecutive starts — a school-record 35 wins, 18 losses, and no ties. She'll enter her senior season tied for first in career saves per game (8.68), second in total saves (460), and second in goals against average (9.85).

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Casey Chiesa (second team), Katie Kleine, Megan Mietelski and Amy Simon (first teams) were named to the 2012 IWLCA all-region teams this year. (Fredonia sports information submitted photo)

decathlons this spring. The NCAA decathlon begins at 5 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time with the 100-meter dash. The decathlon's first event Friday is the 110-meter high hurdles, also at 5 p.m. EDT. The pole vault competition is set begin at 6:55 p.m. EDT Saturday. That's when Rollins will look to improve on his No. 11 seed in the field of 20 vaulters. His NCAA qualifying vault, a school-record 4.95 meters (16' 2 ¼”), came April 15 at the Bucknell Bison Classic. He also has cleared 4.85 meters May 11 at Allegheny and won the SUNYAC title with a vault of 4.80 meters May 4. Rollins earned All-American status when finished sixth at indoor nationals last March by clearing 4.96 meters (16' 3 ¼”), also an indoor school record. The championships will be held at Burns Stadium and will be hosted by Claremont McKenna-Harvey MuddScripps Colleges.

Seniors Michael Grieco (No. 20) and Ryan Skellie (No. 32) finished their careers for the Bonnies this past week as St. Bonaventure finished the 2012 season 23-25. (St. Bonaventure sports information submitted photo)

Unfortunately, he was hit hard and took the loss (3-6) in allowing three runs (two earned) over just 1.1 innings. Freshman Cameron Carney closed the final 2.2 innings and did not allow a Charlotte hit while striking out two. The 49ers jumped on the board first with a run in the bottom

of the 2nd, but the Bonnies answered in the 4th on Skellie's home run. After Billy Urban led off the frame with a single to center, Skellie sent a 1-2 pitch over the left-field wall for his team-leading fifth home run of the campaign. The lead was short lived, however, as Charlotte tied the

game at 2-2 in its portion of the 4th, but A. Johnson was able to work out of further damage as he stranded runners on second and third. Charlotte took its second lead of the contest in the 5th after Shane Brown led off the inning with a single, stole second and then stole third and scored on a throwing error by catcher Michael Grieco. The 49ers would add another in the frame to take a 4-2 advantage — a run that would serve as the game-winner. The Bonnies were able to get one run back in the 6th on an RBI triple to right field by Nick Brennen which scored Grieco, but Charlotte plated another in the bottom of frame to conclude the game's scoring. The loss brought to an end the careers of six Bona seniors: Brennen, Jordan Crane, Michael Pease, Grieco, Skellie and C. Johnson.

Women’s Basketball To Host A Series Of Summer Camps Contributed Article

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ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — The St. Bonaventure women's basketball program will host a series of three different camps this summer at the Reilly Center. The first is a "Day in the Life" camp, which will be held on Sunday, June 24. The second is a day camp, which runs from July 9-13. The final camp of the summer is the team camp, which will take place Aug. 3-5. Information brochures about each camp can be found at the top of this release or under the "Camps" section of GoBonnies.com. DAY IN THE LIFE CAMP: June 24 The "Day in the Life" camp provides aspiring Division I players a sense of how a D-I program works and what is involved in being a D-I athlete. Campers will receive one-on-one coaching from

The St. Bonaventure women's basketball program will host three different camps this summer at the Reilly Center. Pictured from left to right are Bonnies assistant coaches Kate Achter, Pricilla Edwards and Ryan Gensler. (St. Bonaventure sports information submitted photo)

the Bona staff in areas such as: game strategy, scouting reports, media, nutrition, weight training and skill development. The cost of the camp is $75. It runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with registration beginning at 9:30 in the RC. The deadline to register for the "Day in the Life" camp is June 20. DAY CAMP: July 9-13 The day camp is for ages 8-17 and runs from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day. The cost is $130

per camper and the deadline to register is June 24. The camp is designed to help each young player develop her basketball abilities through individual instruction and team competition, while stressing the importance of sound fundamentals. TEAM CAMP: August 3-5 The final camp of the summer is the three-day team camp that allows teams to compete against other junior varsity, varsity and AAU teams. Each

career so far,'' Penner said. ''Hopefully, there are a couple more waiting in the finals.'' NOTES: Coyotes RW Radim Vrbata had an assist on Pyatt's goal for his first point in eight

games. ... Los Angeles was 2 for 27 in the series on the power play after going 0 for 4 in Game 5. ... Yandle had nine points in the playoffs, matching Dave Babych's team record for a

team is guaranteed at least five games over the course of the weekend, with coaches' Chalk Talks, skill instructions, practices and competitions built into each day. The cost of the camp is $190 per player. All meals are provided at the campus dining hall and each camper will receive a free T-shirt. Spots are filled on a first-come, firstserved basis with a $300 nonrefundable team deposit. Any questions regarding the three camps may be directed to Tiara Johnson, director of basketball operations, via email at tnjohnson@sbu.edu or by calling (716) 375-2237. St. Bonaventure won a program-record 31 games in 2011-12 and advanced to the Sweet 16. Head coach Jim Crowley — who is scheduled to be present at all camps — was named as ESPN.com's National Coach of the Year and Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year.

ONE STEP CLOSER TO THE CUP continued from pg 7 just inside the blue line on a shot Smith had trouble seeing through traffic. Richards scored on rebound to put Los Angeles up 3-2, Yandle tied it again after a

pass by Pyatt caromed off his right leg past Quick. Both teams had numerous scoring chances in a hectic third period, but both goalies made some superb saves.

They went back and forth in the overtime, too, until Penner finally ended it when a shot by Jeff Carter caromed out front to him in the slot. ''It's the biggest goal of my

defenseman set in 1985. ... The Kings are the seventh team to reach the Stanley Cup finals in 14 games (12-2) since the NHL went to a four-round best-ofseven series format in 1987.


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“I wasn't going to let it be a distraction. I wasn't really worried about it,'' Gilmore said in a statement released by the team. “I knew it was going to come through. Now I can just focus on football and do what I want to do.''

By John Wawrow ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills continue locking up their rookie draft class after signing offensive tackle Cordy Glenn, their second-round pick. Drafted 41st overall out of

worried about it,'' Gilmore said in a statement released by the team. “I knew it was going to come through. Now I can just focus on football and do what I want to do.'' Gilmore was the second cornerback selected in the draft, behind LSU's Morris Claiborne, who was picked sixth by Dallas. The next step for Gilmore comes on May 29, when he will get an opportunity to line up against veteran receivers once the Bills open a monthlong series of minicamps. “Oh yeah, I'm ready to see what the vets have going on,'' Gilmore said last weekend. “I'm going to play with confidence, and I'm going to still do what I know, and go from there.'' Gilmore made a good first impression on coach Chan Gailey, who noted both the player's athleticism and confi-

dent approach. Gilmore becomes the seventh of Buffalo's nine draft picks to sign with the team. The only players left unsigned are Buffalo's second- and third-round picks, offensive tackle Cordy Glenn and receiver T.J. Graham. Gilmore is the latest addition to a defense that's been rebuilt this offseason, and to be overseen by Dave Wannstedt, who takes over as coordinator after George Edwards was fired in January. The Bills have already addressed improving their pass rush in free agency, when they signed defensive ends Mario Williams and Mark Anderson in March. The moves were made in a bid to improve a defense that allowed a franchise-worst 5,938 yards last season. Buffalo is coming off a 6-10 finish to miss the playoffs for a 12th straight year.

Gilmore was the second cornerback selected in the draft, behind LSU's Morris Claiborne, who was picked sixth by Dallas. The next step for Gilmore comes on May 29, when he will get an opportunity to line up against veteran receivers once the Bills open a monthlong series of minicamps. “Oh yeah, I'm ready to see what the vets have going on,'' Gilmore said last weekend. “I'm going to play with confidence, and I'm going to still do what I know, and go from there.'' Gilmore made a good first impression on coach Chan Gailey, who noted both the player's athleticism and confident approach. Gilmore becomes the seventh of Buffalo's nine draft picks to sign with the team. The only players left unsigned are Buffalo's second- and third-round picks, offensive tackle Cordy Glenn and receiver T.J. Graham. Gilmore is the latest addition to a defense that's been rebuilt this offseason, and to be overseen by Dave Wannstedt, who takes over as coordinator after George Edwards was fired in January. The Bills have already addressed improving their pass rush in free agency, when they signed defensive ends Mario Williams and Mark Anderson in March. The moves were made in a bid to improve a defense that allowed a franchise-worst 5,938 yards last season. Buffalo is coming off a 6-10 finish to miss the playoffs for a 12th straight year.

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th BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Bills he cornerback Stephon Gilmore ec- is ready to compete for a startnd ing job, after the first-round by draft pick signed a four-year e contract worth about $12 miln lion on Thursday. anrve The deal was announced by the team, and included Buffalo CEO Russ Brandon et posting a photo on his Twitter account of Gilmore signing by his contract. d d “It's official,'' Brandon wrote. “Nice way to start the morning.'' e's Listed at 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, Gilmore was drafted the 10th overall after a three-year : career at South Carolina, where he started all 40 games llie and was a two-time AllSoutheastern Conference selection. The contract includes an option for fifth year. The Bills have already opened room for Gilmore to take over five after they released veteran he starter Drayton Florence last alk week. And the signing came acdays after Gilmore got his first t taste of the NFL in taking part in the Bills three-day rookie 0 minicamp last weekend. In four practices, Gilmore had ning several pass break ups and at least one interception while s showing off his coverage skills. rstHe was both fast on his feet in oncovering receivers deep, and also showed he's capable of he bumping opponents coming ed off the line of scrimmage. After the minicamp, Gilmore a expected to have the contract du completed by the end of this 7. week, and is now happy to get it out of the way. in “I wasn't going to let it be a he distraction. I wasn't really

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Bills cornerback Stephon Gilmore is ready to compete for a starting job, after the first-round draft pick signed a four-year contract worth about $12 million on Thursday. to) The deal was announced by the team, and urn included Buffalo CEO Russ Brandon posting a n's photo on his Twitter account of Gilmore signints ing his contract. -reon, “It's official,'' Brandon wrote. “Nice way to start Mc- the morning.'' n Listed at 6-foot-1 and 190 pounds, Gilmore was drafted 10th overall after a three-year career at South Carolina, where he started all 40 games and was a two-time All-Southeastern the Conference selection. The contract includes an has option for fifth year. — The Bills have already opened room for 8 Gilmore to take over after they released veteran nter starter Drayton Florence last week. And the signing came days after Gilmore got his first me taste of the NFL in taking part in the Bills s three-day rookie minicamp last weekend. In four practices, Gilmore had several pass break ups and at least one interception while showing off his coverage skills. He was both fast on his feet in covering receivers deep, and also showed he's capable of bumping oppo-

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Abundance Of Bait Fish Slows Fishing By Steve Peacock Star Outdoors Writer

Last weekend I got the calm lake that I had been hoping for. A friend and I were out on Sunday and while it was a beautiful day for boating, the fishing was terrible. After hearing that the walleye boats were not very successful on Friday or Saturday, we decided to fish for perch. We started out waiting in line to buy minnows for bait. When we got out to the lake we first set up east of Sunset Bay. After we decided this was not the spot, we moved a bit farther to the west. For the most part we kept repeating this until we were several miles west of our harbor. We also tried shallower areas and deeper areas as well. Even the boats that went straight out of the Cattaraugus Creek

to the normal “perch beds” didn’t do much better. After comparing notes with several other fishermen it seemed most people had caught less than 10 perch per man. I think I know the reason for the poor fishing. Almost every place that we stopped to fish we saw schools of minnows. We saw fish jumping and chasing minnows as well as sea gulls diving at them from above. These minnows are called emerald shiners and they had been in the tributaries spawning all spring. I don’t know where they go for the summer, but pretty soon they will be gone. Last year we never were very productive on the walleye until we stopped seeing and marking bait on the fish finder. One thing I did find interesting was that on Saturday at

least two different walleye boats hauled in a steelhead. That is a bit unusual for this time of the year. They were probably here to feed on all of the bait. Judging by my own observations, I would say there is more bait around this year than we normally see. With the lake being warmer than it usually is for this date, I expect the bait will disappear sooner than normal. Another reason that the walleye fishing gets better in the summer is the larger schools of fish that typically migrate from the western end of the lake. Some years these walleyes fail to make it all the way to our end of the lake. That was the case last year and we still caught decent numbers of fish. I’m holding out hope that those fish do make it here from Ohio this year.

U.S. NATIONAL TEAM continued from pg 6 referee. The roster: Goalkeepers: Brad Guzan (Aston Villa), Tim Howard (Everton), Nick Rimando (Real Salt Lake); Defenders: Carlos Bocanegra (Rangers), Geoff Cameron (Houston Dynamo), Edgar Castillo (Club Tijuana), Steve Cherundolo (Hannover 96),

Clarence Goodson (Brondby), Alfredo Morales (Hertha Berlin), Oguchi Onyewu (Sporting Lisbon), Michael Parkhurst (Nordsjaelland); Midfielders: Kyle Beckerman (Real Salt Lake), Michael Bradley (Chievo Verona), Joe Corona (Club Tijuana), Maurice Edu (Rangers), Fabian Johnson (Hoffenheim), Jermaine Jones (Schalke 04), Jose

Torres (Pachuca), Danny Williams (Hoffenheim), Graham Zusi (Sporting Kansas City); Forwards: Juan Agudelo (Chivas USA), Jozy Altidore (AZ Alkmaar), Terrence Boyd (Borussia Dortmund), Clint Dempsey (Fulham), Landon Donovan (LA Galaxy), Herculez Gomez (Santos), Chris Wondolowski (San Jose Earthquakes).

TRIPLE CROWN continued from pg 6 an open-door policy and a backstage pass for everybody," he said. "And it's been a great opportunity to share with everybody who loves horse racing to see what goes into trying to take care of a horse. You can say whatever you want about me, but you have to be so amazed at how amazing I'll Have Another and all of the people around him are in taking care of him." After winning the Santa Anita Derby by a nose, the colt

— purchased by Reddam for $35,000 — won the Derby by 1½ lengths with a stretch run that caught Bodemeister in the final 100 yards. I'll Have Another then produced an even more dramatic finish in Saturday's Preakness, reeling in Bodemeister in the final strides to win by a neck. In less than three weeks, it's the biggest test of all, the grueling, 1½-mile Belmont, the longest of the Triple Crown races known as the "Test of the

NADAL continued from pg 6 having beaten Nadal in the finals of Wimbledon, the U.S. Open and Australian Open. ''I cannot say that thought is not present. It's there,'' Djokovic said. ''I am going and preparing for a Grand Slam as I prepare for any other big event, with more focus. It's two weeks long and the most important tournament and we always want to deliver out best game. I feel good on the court and I need to make a few

adjustments before Paris, but I'll be in top form.'' Nadal broke first, in the fifth game of the first set, but Djokovic broke back when the Spaniard netted a forehand. Djokovic appeared in good shape, holding to love. Nadal, meanwhile, was struggling with his first serve. Then came a long rally that ended with the overturned line call. Had Djokovic won the point, it would have given

Champion." The wait is on. "These three weeks will be the longest of their lives," Cauthen said. "Every day they wake up, they have to make sure nothing goes wrong, that when he comes back from a gallop something doesn't happen to him, like he steps on a stone or something silly. No matter what you do, there's always going to be pressure, probably even more so now after 34 years without a Triple Crown."

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Nighttime trollers are still picking up some walleye near shore, however the bite is slowing. Trolling with shallow diving minnow-type stickbaits in as shallow as 6 feet of water is a good bet. Good early season locations (from west to east) include Shorehaven Reef, Bournes Beach, Green Hills, Van Buren Bay, Evans Bar, off Hoak's Restaurant (Hamburg) and near the mouth of Smokes Creek. Anglers are starting to see some daytime catches off traditional spawning areas in 30-50 feet of water (fow). Yellow perch fishing has been great now that perch are post-spawn and on the feed. Catches of large perch have been reported at various depths, but the best action has been in 45-55 fow off Seneca Shoal, Sturgeon Point, Evangola State Park and Cattaraugus Creek. In all areas, emerald shiners fished just off the bottom work best. Smallmouth bass action is still going strong in Buffalo, Dunkirk and Barcelona Harbors. Minnow-type stickbaits and jerkbaits have worked well for harbor anglers. Open lake anglers also report fantastic bass action. Target bass in 5-30 fow around rocky, reef areas. Some productive areas include Seneca Shoal, Woodlawn Bar, Myers Reef, Evans Bar and Van Buren Bay. However, just about any rocky nearshore area will hold bass at this time of year. Tube

jigs, twister tails, deep diving stickbaits, live minnows and crayfish are good baits. On Lake Erie and its tributaries, anglers can keep one bass over 20 inches per day, and use of live or natural or live baits is permitted. On all other waters of western New York, bass fishing is by catch and release only, artificial lures only until the 3rd Saturday in June. Lake Erie Tributaries Smallmouth bass are still available in the lower sections of the tributaries. Anglers can take bass on woolly buggers, streamers, stickbaits, minnows, crayfish and worms. Anglers report good catches of channel catfish in Cattaraugus Creek. Nightcrawlers, raw shrimp, chicken livers or cut bait fished on the bottom work well, especially at night. Anglers can also target catfish at the mouth of Eighteenmile Creek and along the Lake Erie shoreline on calm nights, especially near stream inlets. Chautauqua Lake Anglers have been catching a few walleye, with best results after dark. Trolling with stickbaits or worm harnesses off weed edges in 10-20 feet of water is a good bet. Shore angers can target walleye at night, by casting stickbaits, especially near stream inlets. Yellow perch are readily available in most areas of lake and catches are great. Fishing with minnows in 8-15 feet of water is a good bet for perch. Largemouth and smallmouth bass are being caught inside 10 fow. As a reminder, fishing for black bass is catch and release

only, artificial lures only. Upper Niagara River Anglers report fair catches at shores sites along Buffalo and Tonawanda. Minnows and worms produce a mixed catch of yellow perch, white perch, rock bass and sheephead. Gobies have been a problem for anglers fishing bait at or near bottom. Harbors, marinas and inlets are good places to target largemouth bass with stickbaits. Bass fishing is by catch and release only, artificial lures only in Niagara River north of Peace Bridge. Inland Trout Streams The area trout streams are in good shape with moderate to lower flows. Fly hatches are really heating up, especially in the afternoon. March browns, grey fox and sulphurs are hatching in earnest, with some blue-winged olives and caddis going as well. Fly anglers do well with imitation dry flies and with nymphs such as stoneflies, hares ear, pheasant tails and caddisflies. Spinning anglers do well with worms, salted minnows and small inline spinners. If you are a catch and release angler and use spinners, it is a good idea to outfit your spinners with a single hook rather than a treble hook. During early trout season, inland trout streams receive the heaviest angler traffic they get all year. Please respect the land, water, fish and each other. Pack out what you bring in and help pick up garbage that the bad apples leave behind. Don't risk losing access to your favorite trout waters.

STRASBURG continued from pg 6

Since returning from elbow ligament replacement surgery last September, Strasburg is 5-2 with a 1.99 ERA in 14 starts. Danny Espinosa also homered, and Bryce Harper drove in two runs and scored three for the Nationals. Chen (4-1) yielded six runs and eight hits in 4 1-3 innings him two break points. But Na- and absorbed his first major dal held and broke in the next league loss. The Taiwan native game, drawing Djokovic to was vying to become the first the net before sending a sharp Baltimore starter to begin volley past him. Djokovic was his Orioles career with five so angered he smashed his straight wins since Jimmy Key racket against a net post and in 1997. drew a warning. ''This is baseball. Sometimes Nadal took the first set with you have a good day, somethe second of three set points times you have a bad day,'' after Djokovic hit long. And Chen said through a translathe Serb was immediately tor. ''Definitely, I had a terrible broken again in the second set start today.'' as Nadal took control.

The loss ended Baltimore's five-game winning streak and nine-game road run. The Orioles scored the game's first three runs but got only two hits after the second inning both in the ninth. ''If you came in today thinking you'd get their starting pitcher out of the game after five innings, you'd like your chances,'' manager Buck Showalter said Baltimore went up 1-0 in the first when Xavier Avery walked, advanced on a fly ball and scored on a single by Nick Markakis. The Orioles added a pair of unearned runs in the second after Harper drifted from center to left field to chase down a wind-blown fly ball, then dropped it. Robert Andino drove in a run with a ground-

out and Avery added an RBI single before Strasburg struck out J.J. Hardy with two outs and runners on second and third. Harper made amends in a three-run third. Strasburg singled, Espinosa doubled and Harper hit a liner to right that a diving Markakis gloved but lost when he hit the ground. The triple scored two runs, and Harper scored on a groundout by Ian Desmond. Flores gave Washington a 4-3 lead with his first homer since Aug. 18, and that only served as a prelude to Strasburg's drive. Desmond chased Chen with an RBI single in the fifth, and Espinosa homered with a runner on during a three-run eighth.


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After much ado, the Scarecrow in “The Wizard of Oz” finally got a brain and with it, as with all human brains, came the knowledge of geometry. “The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side!” he crowed. “Oh, joy, rapture! I’ve got a brain!” Well, not quite, but if you think you don’t know a lot about geometry, think again because the human brain has been using geometry to figure things out for more than a million years. Geometry is in our DNA, according to research by Veronique Izard, a psychologist at the University of Paris. The skill of figuring out everyday geometry requires no formal training, and it is cross-cultural — both modern and primitive. “I would say that this means Euclidean geometry is probably universal to all human beings,” Izard said. “We find people grasping concepts of geometry that go beyond the perceivable.” To bolster the argument, witness the real-life experience of 41-year-old Jason Padgett, who was kicked in the head during a mugging 10 years ago and as a result is now a geometry genius who sees his world in mathematical formulas such as the Pythagorean theorem. Like the Scarecrow, he had no previous background in geometry — he’s a college dropout who currently works at a futon store. Neuroscientist Berit Brogaard, who has tested Padgett’s brain using fMRI technology, says he is a genius of a special sort called an “acquired savant” with the areas of the brain responsible for geometry and mental imagery more active compared to a normal brain. “Savant syndrome is the development of a particular skill, that can be mathematical, spatial or autistic, that develops to an extreme degree that sort of makes a person super human,” explains Dr. Brogaard. Takeaway: Golf, whatever else it is, is a game of geometry — the relationship of lines and arcs. So what makes golf so hard if humans have an intuitive sense of Euclidian geometry? That’s an easy one: Most golfers are so tied up in swing mechanics that they can’t let their brain work out the Point A-to-Point B geometry problems. If you’re playing “golf swing” instead of “golf,” you’re bound to flunk golf geometry 101 every time you tee it up.

My work with countless students has shown that up to 60 percent of all error in the full swing is the result of a lack of attention to the details in setup fundamentals. The foundations of a solid swing, aka the fundamental building blocks, are your grip, stance, posture, ball position, aim and alignment. When you’re learning fundamentals, don’t pay any attention to the ball flight. Instead, judge your learning effectiveness by how well you match the model of what you’re trying to learn and how consistent you are at remembering to check each element. If you’re learning the setup, find a book that shows a picture of a good address position and repeat it until you can match the model every time. Then go on to the next task. When you’re working on your fundamentals, it’s an excellent idea to set up a workout station. Use three clubs and lay them on the ground as follows: Put one club just outside your target line (so that the ball will sit on the ground on the inside of the club in relation to your body). The second club goes parallel to the first club, lying just

The arrows represent the three-club workout station I encourage my students to adopt when working on their fundamentals.

along the ABOUT THE WRITER tips of your Dr. T.J. toes. Place Tomasi is the third club a teaching professional perpendicular in Port St. to the first Lucie, Fla. club along the Visit his website at point where tjtomasi.com. you want to position the ball in your stance. Use the first club to check your relation to the target line and the aim of your clubface. Use the second club to check the alignment of your feet, parallel to the target line. Use the third club to ensure consistent positioning of the ball. You should also hit every shot off a tee while you’re learning, even with your irons. By doing this, your mind is free to focus on what your body is doing, not worrying about getting the ball airborne. Fundamentals include all pre-swing mechanics, and with enough attention you should be able to set up perfectly since these fundamentals don’t involve actually swinging the club. Your focus should be on the “feel” of the position, not ball flight.

PGA Tour star Aaron Baddeley should be named Aaron Gooddely for his flawless pre-swing mechanics. Here he sets up his workout station a little differently than I recommend, using string for his guideline, but you can’t argue with the results.

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Rotator cuff exercise

Numbers don’t lie: Except for putting and bunker play, Bubba Watson is having a great year, as evidenced below by his stats following the Wells Fargo Championship. I hope he doesn’t follow some of his colleagues who, when success came their way, changed their equipment, caddy, swing coach, etc., and instead of becoming better, got worse.

Strengthening the rotator cuff muscles in your shoulders is beneficial for a golfer because these muscles play an important role in your swing. They cause the shoulder to rotate upward, inward or outward. Here’s an exercise that focuses on the internal rotation: Lie on the floor on your back. Holding a 2- or 5-pound weight in your left hand, keep your left elbow against your ribs and bent at a 90-degree angle. Place your arm on the floor so that the weight is touching the floor. Now slowly raise the weight until it is pointed at the ceiling and then lower it in a controlled fashion back to its starting point. Perform 10 repetitions on this side, and then switch sides.

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Rank 1 12 2 58 2 3 7 90 20 7 2 1 2 28

BIRDIES AND BOGEYS

Age of fame

Now that 40 is the new 20, kids are being inducted into the Golf Hall of Fame (but kids like Phil Mickelson, who can really play), proving that golf is out of step with other sports. Football and baseball mandate that a player must be retired for five years before he is eligible for the Hall of Fame ballot. In golf, many players don’t retire because of the Champions Tour, but that shouldn’t stop the movement to increase the age limit. Simply make eligibility an either/or — age 56 or permanent retirement, whichever comes first.

Is he ever going to swing? Naw!

“Come on, pull the trigger!” Kevin Na shouted at himself on the 18th hole of the Players Championship during Round 2. He was obviously embarrassed about his slowness, but it’s not just dawdling. I believe Na was running mental software designed to turn his “no” signals into “go” signals, a process every good player has to learn. His just takes longer than the fans would like. There have been many good players you could time with a sundial standing over the ball. Sergio Garcia had a case of the regrips, and Jack Nicklaus, at the height of his career, did his impression of Lot’s wife, standing transfixed as if he had turned into a pillar of salt. Then, just when you were sure he would never move again, his head would begin to rotate away from the target, a harbinger of the majestic swing that was about to occur. Nicklaus wasn’t showing weakness; he was waiting to see the full picture of his shot in his mind’s eye, a video that gave him what I call a go signal — full permission to perform. Perhaps that’s what Na was waiting for. In any case, don’t confuse time spent over the ball with deficiency. Na will speed up, just as Keegan Bradley stopped spitting, but it won’t improve his game, only his popularity. (He speeded up on Sunday and played his worst round. Everyone liked it better except his banker.)

QUOTE OF THE WEEK

“I do not understand the

thinking of Tiger Woods. I think his golfing brain, for some reason or other, is completely addled.” — Peter Alliss, inducted last week into the World Golf Hall of Fame

ASK THE PRO

Get to know the successful you Q: I’m starting to play in a few tournaments, and I get really nervous. What can I do to be calm? — C.T. A: To keep your cool, you’ve got to know what your cool is — you’ve got to know yourself. Developing self-rapport involves finding out the things you do when you succeed and then doing them in order to cause success. If you walk a certain way, carry yourself in a certain way, have a certain pace when you’re playing well, if your voice has a certain volume to it, a tonal quality, then you need to reproduce that when you want to

play your best. To know what you’re doing you have to study yourself during success. Once you know yourself, you’ll stand your best chance of playing well. One way to do this is to videotape yourself while you play. Mark the tape when you hit a good shot (thumbs up to the camera man), then study it for clues as to how you conduct yourself when you’re in your prime. (To Ask the Pro a question about golf, email him at: pblion@aol.com.)

WHAT SCIENCE SAYS GOLF SPOKEN HERE

Prophylactic talk A type of self-talk that protects your self-image and can be a good strategy. Prophylactic talk places the blame for failure on outside agencies not under your control or hypes your round even though it is not very good. If used appropriately, it insulates you from the consequences of personal failure so that your self-image doesn’t take direct hits. Case in point is Tiger Woods.

In the first round of the Players Championship, he shot a ragged 2-overpar 74 with nothing going his way. He missed half of the fairways (seven) and half of the greens (nine), birdied only one par-5, and used 33 putts (28 is average). After his round, he said: “I just didn’t score. … I didn’t get a lot out of that round. It should have been probably 1 or 2 under par.” He’s not lying; he’s using prophylactic talk that allows him to fight again another day with an intact self-image. And sure enough, the next day he made the cut with a 68 that included four birdies in a row.

Play in a state of go Researchers at the Stanford School of Engineering have documented how your brain prepares to execute body movements (like a golf swing) in reaction to a “go” signal. Afsheen Afshar and his colleagues suggest that the amount of electrical activity in the brain and the location of the neurons primes the system long before the actual movement. Thus the process of waiting for the final command (the go) is far from haphazard. The networks involved are idling and

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ready to act as soon as the go signal arrives. The “what” has been decided; all the brain is waiting for is the “when.” Takeaway: Golfers learning to decode these signals need to recognize “no” signals that prevent action and convert them into go signals that trigger action. Golf in a “state of go” is played in a high-performance mode. You turn your golf swing over to unconscious competence, take your hands off the steering wheel and go along for the ride.


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Color/B&W, Photo, 4X6” Postcard to 13X50” Banner, Multi Media, Xtra Ink Packs, OK for Win7 716-232-4013

NEED HELP AROUND HOUSE?

If you need someone to help with daily duties such as errands or housework, give Liz a call! 716-607-3880

PART_TIME_WANTED MERCHADNISER garden center merchadniser for local retail garden center wanted. apply on line at www.ics4usa.com


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HOUSEHOLD_GOODS_ FOR_SALE

PCA/HHA/CNA Part time/per diem third shift. Apply at WCA Home 134 Temple St. Fredonia COOK AND KITCHEN AIDE Part time days and second shifts, apply at WCA Home 134 Temple St. Fredonia

SKILLED_TRADES HANDYMAN NEEDED Needed someone that can do basic carpentry,lawn care etc.Willing to provide transportation. 716-485-3685

TRANSPORTATION Part time medical transportation person apply at WCA Home 134 Temple St. Fredonia

PART TIME

ANTIQUES_FOR_SALE Lu-Ray Pastels. China platter 14 inch. Pink pastel. Perfect condition. $40 716 595 3526

COLLECTABLE

COINS & ANTIQUES - We BUY/ SELL/TRADE all US coins, Hull Art, Fenton, marbles ++More 165 W. Fairmount Lakewood 716-526-1086

FAMILY

YARD

SALE

Multi family sale, June 1-2 at 10 Cass street in Westfield (right off rte 20) weather permitting. HUGH GARAGE SALE 18 LOOMIS BAY ROAD, ASHVILLE FRIDAY, MAY 25TH FROM 9 TO 4 SATURDAY FROM 9 TO NOON 716-7633477

Huge Sale! Something for Everyone! June 2 & 3; 10am to ? Tinkertown Bay, Rte 430, Dewittville

STREET

SALE

DUNKIRK, WED. MAY 30 10AM 21 E. LUCAS AVE. ANTIQUE FURNITURE, CLOTHES, SHOES, COWBOY BOOTS, MISC.

YARD SALE

GARAGE SALE Books,Kitchen

items,Too much to list. Jamestown NY Call for Location and time (716)488-9094 716488-9094

BOOK SALE aperbacks, Hard-

covers, Large selection. Jamestown NY Call for time and location. 716-488-9094 DUNKIRK- SAT. 9am-3pm. 424 Lord St. Toys, baby & household items

YARD SALE!

Fri-Sat May 1112th, 9-4. 162 Aldrich St. Gowanda. Many housewares, appliances, furniture and tools.

ESTATE SALE

NORTH EAST COMMUNITY SALE NORTH EAST PA COM-

MUNITY YARD SALE Rain or Shine Fri 5/18-Sat 5/19, 9-4. Maps avail 17 E. Main, NE PA 814-725-4262

FOUR FAMILY YARD SALE Lots of clothes, coolers, big camping tent excellent condition & misc. items.7175 ShermanStedman Rd.Sherman NY. May 10, 11, & 12th.

Fri-Sat May 11-12th, 9-4. 162 Aldrich, Gowanda. Furniture, tools, housewares.

ESTATE

SALE

2 FAMILY PORCH/YARD SALE

10540 Bradigan Rd., Forestville. 5/4,5 & 6th 9-4. Something for everyone! RUMMAGE SALE Trinity Episcopal Church-11 Day St. May 4: 9-4 and May 5: 9-Noon SALE LKWDAPRIL 27-28 25 Case

Av Lkwd 9-4pm.Mower,TV, Suzuki scooter,cast iron patio set,lots household misc. Nice! HUGE BARN & GARAGE SALE

SHIRL’S - May 4,5 & 6 - 8-5, 9677 Peck Hill Rd. Dayton; Antiques, Guns, Tools, Housewares, etc. 716-532-4306 Large cedar play set includes slide, bars, tree house, rock wall, swings etc. $250 716-672-2762 PLAY GROUND

MISCELLANEOUS Copy and Paste the link for the yard sale http://yardsellr. com/yardsale/Sherman-ESweeney-771613

ON

THE

INTERNET

GLASS & CHINA CHEAP Cut glass punch bowl, pedestal & cups. 2 candelabra. Lamps. Cup & saucer. And more. 716 595 3526 AIR CONDITIONER Portable on wheels. 9500 btu. $145 716-488-9094 EDEN PURE HEATER Gen 3 Model 1000 High efficiency Quartz infrared Safe for children $175 obo 716 595 3526

Woman playing piano. reasonable 716-488-9094

EDEN PURE HEATER Gen 3 Model 1000 High efficiency Quartz infrared Safe for children $175 obo 716 595 3526

VCR

TEFLON

VINTAGE PAINTING

MOVIE

COLLECTION

Many titles, mixed Crime, Action, Westerns and Comedy,original covers, call for info 716-232-4013 Cabbage Patch Dolls & Month Dolls $5 to $10 each. 716-763-3477

DOLLS MULTI

|

BOOKS Box of assorted books $5 716-488-9094

BOOKS

BOOKS FOR SALE Large selection, Paperback, Hardcover, best selling authors. $1 per book average. 716-488-9094

CAMPING_EQUIPMENT CAMPING GEAR Tents, Gazebos, Chairs, Cots, Air Mattresses, Solar Lights and More - The Barter Warehouse 716-526-1086

$10.00 pickup load you load 716-269-2109

SLAB WOOD

FIREWOOD 1/4 cord $10.00 1/2

cord $20.00 3/4 cord $30.00 1 facecord $40.00 716-2692109

CLOTHING MOTHER OF BRIDE DRESS

Matching shoes bag & earrings. Silver gray long skirt & jacket Size 12 $75 obo 716 595 3526 All leather.New! cost over $100 now $19 716-488-9094 MEN’S SHOES SIZE 12

34” and 37” waist $8.00 for each size. MEN’S PANTS

2XL Leather jacket brand new (worn twice) 200$/obo 7859932 716-785-9932

2XL LEATHER JACKET

Pants size 36 to 44 Short Jeans to dress-Shirts size L & XL (Casual to Dress) Several pieces $1 Each 716-763-3477

MEN’S PANTS & SHIRTS

Commemortive 50th anniversary A-2 jacket like new Size 42R $50.00 716-488-1530

MENS FLIGHT JACKET

Size Large. Ladies Long coat. Like new. asking $65.00 716 366 6187 after 12pm 716-3666187

BLACK LEATHER COAT

FARM_EQUIPMENT 3FT HITCH SLIP SOOP Revers-

ible.Good condition. $95.00. 716-532-5060.

FARMALL CUB TRACTOR with sickle bar attachment. Excellent condition. $1900 716818-5466

FURNITURE FUTON XTRA HEAVY DUTY

Solid 80L x 38W x 34T Amish Style Wood Sides, WroughtIron Frame, Thick 6”CoilMattress, ZipCover, Pillows 716232-4013

CATNAPPER RECLINING SOFA

Large & Plush, Endseats, Recline/Massage, Ctr folds to CupConsole Built in Phone & Storage, BurgCloth 716-232-4013 SOLID OAK QUEEN HEADBOARD Solid Oak Headboard

and Baseboard. Fits Queen size bed. Asking $150. Call 664-7508

MINI GRILL Compact non-stick Grill Hamilton Beach PROCTOR-SILEX, easy to carry work/dorm, drip tray, new $14 716-232-4013

ELECTRIC

WAFFLE

MAKER

ELECTRIC

WAFFLE

MAKER

Toastmaster Waffle grill with non stick surface, makes 6 1/2 size waffles, can add chocolate, $15 716-232-4013 Toastmaster Waffle grill with non stick surface, makes 6 1/2 size waffles, can add chocolate, $15 716-232-4013 WARING BLENDER 14 settings (whip, shake, chop, etc) with timer and pulse, great for shakes & bar drinks, $14. 716232-4013 XTRA LARGE SLOW COOKER

Hamilton Beach 7-Quart Oval Stoneware Dishwasher OK Mealmaker with Warmer $30 716-232-4013 INDOOR XTRA LARGE GRILL

Hamilton Beach MealMaker, 185” Removable Plates, Diswasher OK, Can open flat,Non-stick, DripTray $45 716-232-4013 BLACK

&

DECKER

OVEN

Portable, 6 Slice continous cleaning Electric Toaster Oven, Nice Size $15. 716-2324013 HOMECARE

EQUIPMENT

2 hospital beds, walkers,

VERMONT SOAP STONE STOVE

For Sale, Beautiful Vermont soap stone woodburning stove. VGC. $800. 716 988 3872 716-988-3872 CEILING FAN HAMPTONS BAY

5 blades no lights instructions goldtone good condition $30 716-366-6187 Metal trivet tray removable glass insert. Heavy duty. Good condition. 18” long 13” wide $15.00 716-366-6187

LARGE TRIVET TRAY

SIDE-BY-SIDE REF. Less than 2 yrs. old. cream. $375.00 or b/o. 716-532-2317

LAWN_AND_GARDEN Homelight 18” and Poulan 16”. Both $50.00 or $30.00 each. 716-5325060

2 CHAINSAWS

ROTO-TILLER

TROY-BILT

Horse model rear tine Heavy Duty. For a great job. Reasonable (716)488-9094 716488-9094 NEW LOG MASTER CHAIN SAW

NEW Remington Log Master 16” 11.5-Amp 3HP Electric Chain Saw Sears Retail:$122First $75.00 716-997-0821 $10.00 pickup load you load 716-269-2109

SLAB WOOD

FIREWOOD 1/4 cord $10.00 1/2 cord $20.00 3/4 cord $30.00 1 facecord $40.00 716-269-2109

Gardens, Landscaping. Tiller breaks soil into fine texture. Reasonable (716)488-9094 716-488-9094

ROTOTILLING SERVICE

MISC_FOR_SALE BONE GROWTH STIMULATOR

Orthologic 1000 with case. Reasonable. 716-488-9094

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WOOD Fire wood

FOR SALE

and camp wood 16-18 all hard wood phone 640-5815 or 716-665-6225

Dr Scholls Plus. Massage and aerate. Electric $25 obo 716 595 3526 FOOT BATH

MEASURING

MICROSCOPE

20” DIVINCHI CHROME RIMS

Fits 5 lug suv. Looks great. 1200, OBO. Serious enquiries call 716-467-1457 716-4671457 TRAIN SET Vintage 1970’s Cars & Track in Orginal Boxes $20 716-763-3477

TYCO

For quality control, inspecting, portable. Reasonable 716-488-9094

TREADMILL NordicTrack treadmill C1800s. $250/BO 716-934-3379

FisherPrice & Disney ThemePark/ Circus, SchoolHouse, Camper, PlayHouse & More 716-232-4013

SHOWER FLOOR DURABASE

BANKER/COURIER/PILOT CASE Large Solid Top Grade

Black,Ex.condition.Fits new model GMC. $45.00 for the pair 716-488-1530

60ISH

COLLECTION

Leather with Side Pouch, Compartments & Franzen Locks, Not used. 716-2324013 1,000’s of New and Used kids toys and water toys available at The Barter Warehouse 165 W. Fairmount 716-526-1086

KIDS TOYS

The Barter Warehouse new/used - buy/sell/trade anything! 1,000’s of video games, dvds, blurays 716-526-1086

MUSTEE. 36in x 42in bisque color. New in box $85.00. 716-549-2967

Covers are for 30”32” tires. ex condition Set of 4 $45.00 716-488-1530

Sears XCargo car top carrier $50. Call after 4pm please. 716-450-1745

OAK SNACK TRAYS (4) SOLID

OAK SNACK TRAYS WITH OAK STAND $30 716-7633477

GEORGE

FOREMAN

GRILL

George Foreman Grilling Machine, electric with bun warmer, $14. 716-232-4013 Unique Small Wooden Piano, Chime Sound, 36.5L X 29T X 16W, Black & Red, Great Gift $240 B/O 716-232-4013 VINTAGE

PIANO

VERIZON MOTOROLA DROID

5MP Autofocus, Keyboard & Touch, WiFi, Car & Wall Chargers & Case Hardly use, No Contract needed. 716-2324013 BROTHER

INTELLIFAX

770

Loads of Features, home/office, copy, autodial, fax/tel/ answer mach opts, plain paper, $55 716-232-4013 FLORAL

DAISY

PAINTING

Framed,Canvas 30x24, Very Vivid, Strong Color, Great Detail signed Heramn Weitzman 1974. 716-232-4013 CREDIT

CARD

PROCESSOR

VeriFone Omni 396, Report Functions, Power Supply, Xtra Tapes. 716-232-4013 CARLO BOSSOLI FRAMEDPRINT Of San Carlo Piazza

24x30, Vivid Image & Detail, Rear has signed passage in Italian 716-232-4013 For PC & Web, Talk Face-to-Face, Does Snapshots, Movies, Videos, +Microphone, New $15 716-232-4013

VIDEO & CHAT CAMERA

HUNTING KNIFE Hunting Knife

& Sheath Tuf-Stag Ultra Honed Bowie knife in Leather Sheath. 716-232-4013 2002 MERCURY SABLE 4 door, low miles, excellent condition. $4700.00 716-793-4422. PTOUCH LABEL PRINTER Ther-

mal Inkless Printer, use Diecut/Plastic/Paper/Film Tape, do Logos/Graphics,Xtra Features, New 716-232-4013

WOMEN’S HI-HEALED SHOES

Dress Shoes Size 6-6 1/2 M $2 Each pair - New or like new 716-763-3477

INSTRUMENTS

Ibanez Acoustic Electric Guitar $250.00. Epiphone Mandolin $100.00 Call 716-2443209

MUSIC BAND/HOME SOUND SYSTEM

7pc, Large Speakers, Tweeters, Equalizer, DVD-CD5Disk, DDR Dolby Digital Surround Receiver System 716-5813089 DEF LEPPARD GLASSPORTRAIT Def Leppard Framed

Reverse Painting on Glass - Portrait of Band. 12”x12” $30. 716-232-4013

SPORTING_GOODS Miniflex Thruster (Worlds Smallest) Dual Shocks. (716)488-9094 716-488-9094

MONKEY

PLUS

Best Total Body Workout! $125 (716)488-9094 EXERCISE MACHINE Exercises

your entire body,low impact. $75 716-488-9094

WAKEBOARD Use with boat New! $49 716-488-9094

Proform XP StrideClimber 600. 18” stride length, 8 workout programs, 10 resistance levels. $225 716-785-3567

PRO-FORM ELLIPTICAL

NEW RED RYDER BB GUN

BRAND NEW Daisy Red Ryder BB Carbine Air Gun:Wood Stock Max Velocity:350ft/s RETAIL: $34.99-$20.00 716997-0821 NEW TURKEY HUNT VEST 2X3X NEW FIELD STAFF SIZE

2X-3X-MOSSY OAK-TURKEY HUNTING VEST W/Safety Flags/Seat List:$54.99 $35.00 716-997-0821

NEW TURKEY HUNT DECOY’S

BRAND NEW LODGE OUTFITTERS - STRUTTING TOM & HEN TURKEY HUNTING COMBO KIT Retail:$99.99 -$40.00 716-997-0821 NEW TURKEY HUNT DECOY’S

BRAND NEW LODGE OUTFITTERS - STRUTTING TOM & HEN TURKEY DECOY COMBO KIT Retail:$99.99 - $40.00 716-997-0821 NEW TURKEY HUNTING VEST

BRAND NEW FIELD STAFF TURKEY HUNTING VESTMOSSY OAK PATTERN CAMO (LRG-XLG) RETAIL$49.99 $25.00 716-997-0821

TOOLS BURNING & WELDING OUTFIT

with torches and large tanks. Also brazing tips. $125.00. 716-532-5060

OVERHEAD DOORS ZEITLER Trade in your

BOX-OPEN WRENCH 1 7/8”

Made in USA. $49 716-4889094 Heavy Duty cuts 1”-3” pipe cost $250 Now $55 716-488-9094 PIPE CUTTERS

WINTER_ITEMS WOOD STOVE Small size wood stove. never used, selling for $450. call 716-410-1070

CATS

BUSINESS_PLACES OFFICE DOWNTOWN FREDONIA 500 sq. ft. $450.00. Mod-

ern. High traffic.

ROOMS

BY

old wood overhead door for an attractive Clopay door. Made special. Please Call 716-789-4551

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING & PROPERTY MAINTE-

Single Occupancy with kitchen, laundry, living room and shower facilities $350 per month. Utilities and cable included 716-487-1558

UNFURNISHED_APARTMENTS

BUILDING _RESTORATION

1,2,3BED BROCTON/PORTLAND 1,2or3 Bedroom apt in

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Pressure washing, fire &

ROOMS STOWN

FOR

RENT-JAME-

Brocton/Portland $450/mo plus security. No Pets. Call716 792-9871 or 792-7243

CLASSIFICATION

renovated, near Lakewood, from $660 inc heat and hot H2O,carpet. Call 450-2254

ALPHA K-9 CENTER dog training, grooming, boarding, agility area, nature walks, alphak9center@gmail.com 716-269-2109

MISCELLANEOUS

NANCE. Meeting all of your building, remodeling, home improvement, & property maintenance needs! Fully licensed & insured. www. holtcontractingwny.com 716-640-0604

SHOP, SHOP & ADOPT! The Thrifty Kitty Thrift Store supports www.WestfieldStrayCatRescue.com 59 E. Main in Westfield 716-326-2404

RENOVATED AND ON THE LAKE Lake front 2bd room,

LUTHERAN CAMPUS JAMESTOWN A must see! Newly

mold remediation & restoration. 716-640-0604

CERAMIC_TILE HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Floors, showers, walls -

we do it all! 716-640-0604

CONCRETE HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Foundations, sidewalks,

want to excerise your dog learn agility or just have fun all in country setting 716-269-2109

Built one bedroom apts. Beautifully designed. Built in appliances, Washer/dryer unit included. Central Heat and air. $975/month includes utilities except phone. Smartment Technology included. 55 years and older. Pet Friendly, smoke free. Call Today! 665-8197

repairs & add-on’s, no job too small! 716-640-0604

DOGS

WANTED

ELECTRONIC_REPAIRS

DOG AND

CAT

GROOMING

country setting, drop of am pick up pm cert. groomer 716-269-2109 DOG ACTIVITY CENTER

BICYCLE

NORDICTRACK PRO EXERCISE MACHINE

BUILDERS_AND REMODELERS

Projects straight line on any surface. Like new with case.$35 716-488-9094

TIRE COVERS

MUSICAL

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PUPPIES

FOR

SALE

Yorkie,Yorkie poo, Shorkie & Morkie pups are Vet cleared for sale, wormed and given 1st puppy shot. 716-5494615 AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS 5 female German Shep-

herd pups for sale. Ready to go, and are 7 weeks old. $550. 287-3106

CVCS district, professional and business owner seeks home asap. Call 716-792-2281 after 5pm 4 BEDROOM HOME

Young family looking to rent a 3 bedroom apartment in Jamestown. Call 716-397-6199 or 716-499-0790.

YORKI/MIX

6 year old female lab mix 60ish lb. Great with kids, cats and other dogs. must re-home asap. 716-785-9932

FREE TO GOOD HOME

going away let your pet have fun in country setting. daily walks, play time, 716-269-2109

BOARDING

DOG TRAINING personal train-

ing for you and your pet. Get your evaluation, today 716269-2109

offering kenneling service for your pet one on one attention, exercise, nature walks, play time. 716-269-2109

KENNELING SERVICE

DOG ACTIVITY CENTER want to teach your dog agility or just have fun enjoy fresh country air. 716-269-2109

HOUSES real nice remodeled house on ruggles street for sale 55,000 dollars good naborhood call 4074732683

59 RUGGLES STREET

HOUSE, 2 BARNS, 18 ACRES

See web page at http://wnyfarm.com or call (716) 2694087.

5 left all about 6 yrs. old.asking $200 for all with cage or $30 each without cage. 716720-5552 Belgian mare. Rides well.Needs work driving. $1000.00 Please call 716962-2058 or 716-489-6750

FOR

SALE

Are you afraid to use your computer? Computer Tutors is here to help! Customized Individual Training 716-487-2222

WE MAKE IT EASY!

EXCAVATING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Excavation, drainage,

foundations, gravel, driveways . We do it all - reasonable rates! 716-640-0604

Located in Perrysburg,NY 14129. Option for 10 or 48 acres of land. Can be seen at realtor.com 716-785-1971

BEAUTIFUL HOME 50t acres, Home has a open floor plan,42x48 barn Owners ready to downsize.3337 W. Oak Hill Rd Jmst, 716-4881530

AIR_CONDITIONING_ HEATING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING complete heating & air

conditioning services. 716640-0604

DOG BEHAVIOR TRAINING, lets talk lets solve your problems get your evaluation today 716-269-2109

it’s that time again shave downs , clips, nail trimming,ect. 716-2692109

PET GROOMING

PAINTING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Professional, neat &

clean! Interior & exterior. Reasonable rates! 716-6400604

PLUMBING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Repairs, drains cleared,

new constuction & add-ons, hot water tanks & baseboard heat. 716-640-0604

POLE_BUILDINGS HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING All types - Design & build!

Kits available! 716-640-0604

ROOFING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Shingles, metal, EPDM

(rubber),composites & repairs. Call today! 716-6400604

SEPTIC_TANK_AND_ DRAINS HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Repairs & new systems.

Design services available. 716-640-0604

SIDING_AND_AWNINGS HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Metal, vinyl, composites.

Design sevices available. Let us show you what’s available! 716-640-0604

WATER_HAULING POOL WATER DELIVERY Clean,

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Fences, decks & railings.

All types of constructin & materials installed.Design sevices available. 716-6400604

FLOORING HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Flooring - all types in-

stalled. Reasonable rates! 716-640-0604

treated city water delivered for your pool. Fast, friendly service. Toll free 1-888-7301251.

WINDOWS HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING All types! Repacement

& new constrction. Thermal - vinyl lifetime warrenty! Tax break! 716-640-0604

HAULING

11340 W. PERRYSBURG RD.

will be ready first week of June with first set of shots,health guarantee and papers. 716-2324040

COCKATIELS FOR SALE I have

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING New service & upgrades,

FENCING

BULL PUPS FOR SALE

OTHER_ANIMALS

ELECTRICAL_SERVICES

LOOKING TO RENT

Miniature Yorki Mix puppies $300.00 716-792-4496

MINIATURE

driveways, floors & heated floors / sidewalks. We do it all! 716-640-0604

FREDONIA CHILD CARE Openings for 2 years and older. Kindergarten readiness and age appropriate activities. 716-672-2414

GARBAGE HAULING.JUNK REMOVAL. ERRANDS,GROCERY RUNS. APPLIANCES,FURNITURE AND MUCH MORE FREE ESTIMATES 716-607-0493

BRIANS HAULING

INSULATION

24’ ENCLOSED TRAILER 2010 Haulmark 7K GVWR. Ramp door.Extras included.$6500. 716-965-2357

ATVS

lulose, also rolled.Get a tax break to make your home more efficient! 716-640-0604

2010 GM CERTIFIED COBALT LT SEDAN 39K $12495 WWW.CATALANOMOTORS. COM 716-947-0444

LANDSCAPING

AUTOS

HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Blown in fiberglass & ce-

ROTOTILLING

SERVICE

Gardens,Lanscaping,etc. Troy-bilt Tiller produces fine texture. Resonable (716)4889094 716-488-9094 HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Very reasonable! - De-

sign & install! 716-640-0604

MASONRY HOLT GENERAL CONTRACTING Foundations & repairs,

re-point & repair. 716-6400604

FOR SALLE

FOR SALE 2008 GM CERTIFIED IMPALA LT 38K $13495 WWW.CATALANOMOTORS.COM 716-9470444

Runs Great. New top, muffler and clutch. Asking $3300 or best offer. Call 716-792-9219

‘91 CAPRI XR2 TURBO

CAR, VAN OR HATCHBACK

Wanted reliable, inspected 4-6cyl, Stick OK, under $1,000 for my work vehicle, No dealers. 716-581-3089

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2007

TOYOTA

CAMRY

RVS

XLE

59000 mi. fully loaded, like new, excellent condition. White w/ tan 716-680-2080 FOR SALE 2005 Chevy Malibu

For sale. 2005 Pilgram camper. 36 ft. 2 push out, full bedroom, sleeps 6. phone or 716-665-6225

2002 MERCURY SABLE 4 door, low miles, excellent condition. $4700.00 716-793-4422.

2000 COACHMAN FIFTH WHEEL 26ft. Shower,micro,air, awning,3 burners,hitch,new tires, antenna. Excellent condition $5000.716-532-0770

96k miles $4800/OBO 716640-6610

Most reliable car I’ve ever owned. ~NEW TIRES ~NEW STRUTS ~NEW BRAKES $1950 OBO 716-338-3721 1995 VOLVO 850 WAGON

CAMPER

SUVS red 4x4, 135k milage, good shape, just taken off the road , runs well $2500 or BO (716)499-4026 2001 JEEP CHEROKEE

BOATS

TRUCKS

1963 STAR CRAFT BOAT W/T

1989 FORD E350 CUBE VAN 89

Big twin 40 hp 16’ asking $700.00 716-962-4971 1963 STAR CRAFT BOAT W/T

16’- big twin 40hp - bench seats 716-962-4971 1963 STAR CRAFT BOAT W/T

16’ big twin Evenrude 40hp bench seats asking $700.00 716-962-4971 CROWNLINE

19FT

MERC

CRUISER 190hp. Fiberglass haul,canopy, radio, open bow,loadrite trailer. $6780.00. 814-757-8395 1960

GLASS

PAR

SEAFAIR

Sedan cabin cruiser, 19ft w/ trailer. 90hp Evenrude/6hp Johnson, 5 fishing poles/ equipment, 10 life preservers, fishing outrigger, new tires. Excellent condition & reliable. Please call 716-2037299 make offer. 22’ SAILBOAT MACGREGOR

1984 GOOD COND W/ TRALIER,3 SAILS/COVERS EXCEL. CABIN/SWING KEEL $2000 bo motor avail 716499-3013

FORD E350-7.5 LITER MOTOR- AIR,STEREO,40 GALLON FUEL TANK - SOLID WALL/CAB & CARGO BOX $3500 B.O. 716-997-0821

VANS 94 CHEVY CARGO VAN 1 TON

94 CHEVY G30 CARGO VAN5.7 LITER NEW TIRES-ABS BRAKES ROOF RACK RUNS GOOD -119655 Miles $1200 716-997-0821

VEHICLE_ACCESSORIES 4 TIRES LESS THAN 3000MI.

asking$300.00 Front 205-75R15 MS Cooper Trendsetter SE REAR 20575R15 Avalanche X-Trendsetter SE 716-962-4971

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4 TIRES LESS THAN 3000MI.

Front 205-75R15 MS Cooper Trendsetter SE REAR 205-75R15 Avalanche X-Trendsetter SE

MISCELLANEOUS - The Barter Warehouse wants your unwanted items. Buy/Sell/ Trade anything of value! 165 W. Fairmount 716-526-1086

WE PAY CASH

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im the lights, crank up the music and move to the rhythm. It’s that time of year again, when dance fans across the nation pull out their dancing shoes and get ready for another exciting season of “So You Think You Can Dance.” The spotlight shone on this year’s new batch of hopefuls starting with last week’s premiere. The previous eight seasons have witnessed thousands of aspiring dancers getting their hopes dashed on the dance floor before a panel of judges, while a few have had their dreams come true. The ninth season promises to serve up more of the same. In a format that’s similar to the enormously popular singing competition show “American Idol,” auditions have been held in cities across the country, from Los Angeles in the west to Atlanta in the east. Auditions for “Dance” were also held in Salt Lake City, Dallas, and New York City. This week’s episode -- airing Wednesday, May 30, on Fox -- wraps up the audition component of the season. Last week’s premiere aired on Thursday, but the series settles into its regular Wednesday time-slot now that “American Idol” has wrapped up. In what’s become fairly standard

Melanie Moore won Season 8 of “So You Think You Can Dance” in the reality format, viewers and judges are treated to a parade of dancers -- some who have the skills, and some who seem to have been born with two left feet. As always, the panel of judges is on hand to offer sparse praise and biting critique of the hopefuls. “They need a little more than just a passion to do it; they’ve got to have something called talent,” said series creator and executive producer Nigel Lythgoe in an interview with Oprah.com. Lythgoe also sits behind the judges table as one of the experts who makes the final decision of whether or not a contestant continues to the next level.

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Featurestory A pretty penny: Syfy series collects ‘Hollywood’ gold

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is the only person behind the success of Profiles in History. There are, in fact, three other people who have more behind-the-scenes roles at the shop, but the series puts them in front of the camera. Brian Chanes keeps an eye on what’s coming into the collection, and he’s in charge of clearly documenting every new item to make sure they stay ahead. Jonathan Mankuta is the resident comic book and food expert -- he knows more about candy labels than perhaps Willy Wonka. Mankuta may look familiar to fans of late-night TV, as he was a regular member of the “Saturday Night Live” crew from 2002 to 2006. Tracey McCall co-ordinates any and all events and exhibits that the Profiles in History crew is involved in. Season 2 comes almost a full year since Season 1 ended. The freshman season aired in the fall of 2010 and

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ies and TV shows that most of the treasures come from. The most prestigious article Chanes has ever sold was the commander’s chair from the set of the original “Star Trek” series, which sold for more than $300,000. Syfy has occasionally branched out beyond science fiction, however. Still in the collector’s genre, “Haunted Collector” returns to Syfy on June 6. The series follows John Zaffis and his family as they travel the country to find haunted items.


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that the recent passing of television titan Dick Clark has opened the door to what may in the future be dubbed “The Seacrest Era.” NBCUniversal recently announced it has signed a two-year deal with Ryan Seacrest, the industry’s new golden boy among entertainment hosts. This contract will see Seacrest’s presence expand as he embraces new responsibilities with NBC and E! Entertainment Television on various platforms. He’ll be lending his charisma and bright smile to such things as news reports, sports coverage and more entertainment events.

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“I am humbled to have the confidence of Steve Burke, Ted Harbert, Bonnie Hammer and many others within the NBCUniversal family, to strategically extend my relationship to encompass NBC programming,” said Seacrest. “I’m especially looking forward to working with all the stellar on-air talents and producing executives involved in NBC’s news, entertainment and sports divisions, and I’m eager and excited to take on this broader new role.” His plate will be very full as he works as a special correspondent for NBC News’ “Today,” as well as contributing to NBC prime-time news programs. He’ll also be a part of NBC’s team covering the Olympics, starting with this year’s Summer Games in London. He’ll continue his work as the managing editor of E! News, but his role will expand there as well. He will follow in the footsteps of iconic TV journalists like

Barbara Walters and Katie Couric by producing high-profile celebrity interviews to air as specials. These new gigs are on top of the professional responsibilities he’s already shouldering, including his hosting duties for Fox’s “American Idol” and ABC’s “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve With Ryan Seacrest.” He also still hosts his radio show, “On Air With Ryan Seacrest,” and runs his own production company, Ryan Seacrest Productions. SURREAL TALK: In a unique twist, specialty channel IFC is turning a popular podcast into a full-blown TV talk show. However, considering the bigname talent it was already attracting, and the fact that its popularity has already spun the podcast into a radio show, this move was bound to happen sooner or later. Hosted by Scott Aukerman, “Comedy Bang Bang” is being modeled after traditional latenight talk shows and will premiere on Friday, June 8. The inaugural 30-minute episode will feature popular comic actor Zach Galifianakis (2009’s “The Hangover,” 2010’s “Due Date”) as the main guest. Aukerman will also welcome Danny Mahoney, Will Forte, Andy Daly, Thomas Lennon and Gillian Jacobs. Subsequent installments in the 10-episode series will include Elizabeth Banks (2012’s “The Hunger Games”), Jon Hamm (“Mad

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or many, Memorial Day is a time for reflection -- a day set aside to honor the soldiers who gave their lives in the service of their country. For others, the three-day weekend also offers up a taste of the upcoming summer season: barbecues are fired up, movie theaters are dominated by big blockbusters, and friends and families gather together -- or get away “Restaurant: Impossible” host Robert Irvine from each other by squeezing in a short vacation. For those preferring to get some quiet downtime at home, however, the TV world has its own Memorial Day tradition: marathons. And lots of ‘em. Surf through those channels and you’ll likely find back-to-back episodes of viewer favorites and Bella Casa movies, from A&E’s “Storage Wars” to “NCIS” on USA Net3 x 3” work. And it’s no different with food-themed programming, thanks to some day-long offerings from both TLC and the Food Network. For the third year in a row, “Cake Boss” dominates the TLC lineup with an all-day marathon. Back-to-back episodes -- largely from last year’s Season 4 -- capBuddy and his “Famiglia,” includ- gling restaurant owners in just ture all the hijinks and drama that ing the events leading up to Budtwo days and with limited funds. go on at the Hoboken, N.J., bakThe back-to-back episodes ildy and wife Lisa’s vow renewal ery. Fans of Buddy Valastro’s lustrate some of the various reaon-board a cruise. cakes will get to review the cresons a restaurant can fail, includOver on the Food Network, ative process that went into some “Restaurant:Impossible” domiing run-down equipment, a disof his more memorable cakes, innates the daytime line-up leading appearing clientele or directioncluding a working toilet cake, a less management. But some of into the usual Monday night camping-themed cake with a fire the stories also prove to be inspirblock of “Diners, Drive-Ins and and a milking cow cake. Viewers ing, particularly the transformaDives.” The one-hour series folalso get to re-live some of the lows chef Robert Irvine as he tries tion that took place in Canton, Ohio at the Wildcat Cafe. more personal moments between to revive the fortunes of strug-

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he greatest spectacle in racing gets underway today as the 96th running of the Indianapolis 500 takes off from the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The Indy 500 is a tradition like none other and this year the storylines abound as drivers prepare for the 200-lap, 500-mile race. Fans can catch all the action today on ABC. The Indy 500 is more than just a car race on Memorial Day weekend – for racing fans it holds a nostalgic appeal as one of the oldest and most celebrated titles in American motorsports. Hearts will be heavy leading up to the race as fans and teammates will be remembering last year’s winner, the late Dan Wheldon. During the IZOD IndyCar Word Championship in October, Wheldon was involved in a 15-car pileup early in the race, and he died later that day. The tragic passing of Wheldon hit the racing community very hard (39) SNY MLB Baseball Philadelphia

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last October, and the Indy 500 will serve as a remembrance of the 2011 winner who will not be present to defend his title. Last year’s 500 featured one of the most memorable finishes in Indy history -- a finish that J.R. Hildebrand has been trying to forget for the last year. Hildebrand was leading in the final lap but managed to take himself out of the race, crashing into the wall while trying to pass slower racers. His car slid past the finish line mere moments after Wheldon had passed him and claimed the victory. The Indy 500 is all about history and tradition, but this year’s running marks a notable change; it will be the first oval race for the turbo-charged V-6 engines and Dallara DW12 chassis from Honda Chevrolet and Lotus. For the first time since 1996, every car will feature a turbo-charged engine and the newest model-tear chassis. Today’s race also marks the Indy 500 debut for former Formula One driver, Rubens Barrichello, who is the most experienced driver with over 322 F-1 starts. (1:00) 10:00 p.m. (51) USA WWE Monday Night Raw

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into a frog, he convinces a beautiful princess her kiss will transform him back into a royal. However, when she kisses him, she is transformed into a frog and the amphibious pair set out on a thrilling adventure.

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Orphan Charlie lives with his unloving stepfather and dreams of becoming a singer. Superstar Kadee, on the other hand, is frustrated with her career.

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May 25 - 31, 2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 9

Saturdayhighlights Fix This Yard (28) A&E

10:30 a.m.

Maddenford Spring & Auto 2 x 2â&#x20AC;?

For years, Thomas and Nicole have put off fixing their yard, but their neighbors are finally fed up. When Amy and Alan arrive, they discover Thomas and Nicole have been trying to sell, so the crew tries to fix up the yard to make it more appealing.

Storage Wars (28) A&E

8:00 p.m.

In Azusa, Darrell wins a timeless unit when he manages to see past the competition. Jarrod and Brandi want quality over quantity, hoping to strike it rich. Meanwhile, Barry wonders whether he can pull a rabbit out of his hat with an unusual locker.

Darrell Sheets as seen in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Storage Warsâ&#x20AC;?

Valvo's 2 x 2â&#x20AC;?

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10 â&#x20AC;˘ May 25 - 31, 2012

HollywoodQ&A

By Adam Thomlison TV Media Q: We are wondering if Eric Szmanda of â&#x20AC;&#x153;CSI: Crime Scene Investigationâ&#x20AC;? and Jonathan Togo of â&#x20AC;&#x153;CSI: Miamiâ&#x20AC;? are really the same person. We have looked up their bios and they apparently come from two different parts of the U.S., went to different schools and so on, but they just look so much alike we decided to find out for sure. A: You can never be too sure, and they do look awfully similar. So do their resumes. Milwaukee-born Eric Szmanda has starred in the popular forensic crime series â&#x20AC;&#x153;CSI: Crime Scene Investigationâ&#x20AC;? since its debut in 2000 (though his role was expanded in later years). Jonathan Togo, born in Rock-

land, Mass., has starred in the almost-as-popular spinoff â&#x20AC;&#x153;CSI: Miami,â&#x20AC;? but only since its third season. Both joined the shows very early in their careers, and they were previously known only for single feature roles in short-lived, low-budget action series and single small roles in big-screen pictures. Szmanda appeared in the 199899 series â&#x20AC;&#x153;The Net,â&#x20AC;? a TV adaptation of the more popular 1995 Sandra Bullock film, after which he played the role of a computer nerd in the 2000 Katherine Heigl comedy â&#x20AC;&#x153;100 Girls.â&#x20AC;? He joined â&#x20AC;&#x153;CSI: Crime Scene Investigationâ&#x20AC;? later in 2000. Togo starred in the more lighthearted, cops-versus-monsters series â&#x20AC;&#x153;Special Unit 2,â&#x20AC;? which ran from 2001 to 2002, before taking the role of a store clerk in the Os-

car-winning 2003 film â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mystic River.â&#x20AC;? He joined â&#x20AC;&#x153;CSI: Miamiâ&#x20AC;? in 2004. Togoâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s four-year lag behind Szmanda can be chalked up to their ages. According to IMDb.com, Szmanda was born on July 24, 1975, while Togo was born on Aug. 25, 1977. Q: What kind of car did Columbo drive? A: It was hard to tell under the dents and the paint job (or lack thereof), but the beaten, sputtering car Columbo drove en route to solving cases was a Peugeot 403 two-door convertible. Reports differ on whether it was a 1959 or 1960 model, but most agree there was little difference between the two. Though the Peugeot 403 was mass-produced by the French car-

maker, the two-door convertible model was, in fact, somewhat rare. Columbo, played by Peter Falk, brags about that fact in the Season 5 episode â&#x20AC;&#x153;Identity Crisis,â&#x20AC;? saying there are only three of them in the entire United States. The first seven seasons (though the episodes were all film length, and ran weeks apart, they were still officially divided into seasons) of â&#x20AC;&#x153;Columboâ&#x20AC;? ran on NBC from 1971 to 1978, but the series was picked up again a decade later, with new episodes premiering on ABC starting in 1989. When the revival was announced, Universal reportedly had to go hunting for the original car, which had been sold. It was found in the possession of James and Connie Delaney of Findlay, Ohio, who reportedly bought it after NBC dropped the show.

Universal struck a deal with the Findlays to borrow it for filming, but the couple refused to sell it. Despite its now-classic status, the car is portrayed in the series as a junker. Fan site www.columbo-site.freeuk.com made a list of all the problems the car gave Columbo over the years, including a passenger door that had to be punched from the inside to open (the missing door handle turned up in the glove compartment in a later episode), a rearview mirror that fell off (causing an accident in the Season 7 episode â&#x20AC;&#x153;Make Me a Perfect Murderâ&#x20AC;?), and multiple broken tail lights.

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May 25 - 31, 2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 11

Sundayhighlights We Were Soldiers (52) TNT

1:30 p.m.

Maddenford Spring & Auto 2 x 2â&#x20AC;?

TNT celebrates Memorial Day with this hit war movie based on a true story. Mel Gibson stars as Lt. Col. Hal Moore, who led troops into Vietnam and only a fraction of them survived.

National Memorial Day Concert (17.1) (3) WNED

A bugler performs at the National Memorial Day Concert

8:00 p.m.

Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise host as some of the worldâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest stars honor men and women in uniform. Celebrities slated to appear include Grammy winner Natalie Cole, country superstar Trace Adkins and actor and Vietnam veteran Dennis Franz.

Shevlin's 2 x 2â&#x20AC;?

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12 â&#x20AC;˘ May 25 - 31, 2012

Mondayhighlights Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Got Talent (2.1) (2) WGRZ

8:00 p.m.

More performers try to wow the judges with their unique acts in the hopes theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll move on in the competition. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no holds barred as contestants of all ages present their acts, which range from traditional song and dance to circus and sideshow acts.

Hatfields & McCoys

Gene Simmons Family Jewels (28) A&E

Gene Simmons as seen in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Gene Simmons Family Jewelsâ&#x20AC;?

Precision Transport 2 x 2â&#x20AC;?

(64) HIST

9:00 p.m.

Gene and Shannon are finally married, but their wedded bliss is disrupted when Shannon reveals she wants to adopt a child.

warfare after the death of McCoyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s brother.

9:00 p.m.

Kevin Costner and Bill Paxton star in this mini-series about a legendary American family feud. Tensions between onetime friends Devil Anse Hatfield (Costner) and Randall McCoy (Paxton) explode into all-out

Monster In-Laws (28) A&E

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10:00 p.m.

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May 25 - 31, 2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 13

Tuesdayhighlights The Devils Ride (44) DISC

10:00 p.m.

Meet the eclectic members of the Laffing Devils motorcycle club in San Diego, Calif. The group has been around for five years, but when a new president steps in, it could be a whole new image for the club. Founding father Gipsy tries to prevent change.

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Hollywood Treasure (31) SYFY

Courteney Cox stars in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Cougar Townâ&#x20AC;?

Cougar Town (7.1) (7) WKBW

8:00 p.m.

Courteney Coxâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s estranged husband David Arquette guest stars as the cul-de-sac crew wraps

things up. Arquette, who executive produces the series alongside Cox, will play a hotel concierge who goes above and beyond to please Jules.

10:00 p.m.

Joe Maddalena and his talented team are back to scout out some of Hollywoodâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biggest treasures. Maddalena seeks out showbiz and pop-culture memorabilia in the hopes of auctioning them off for profit.

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NCIS "Psych Out" TVPG NCIS: Los Angeles Unforgettable TV14 Newswatch Letterman ~ TVG TVG TVG "Betrayal" TV14 ~ TVG (N) ~ TVPG  Criminal Minds "Empty Criminal Minds "The Criminal Minds "Lessons Criminal Minds "Sex, Criminal Minds Criminal Minds "No Flashpoint "First in Flash "The Element of "Profiler, Profiled" TV14 Way Out" TV14 Planet" TVPG Last Word" TV14 Learned" TV14 Birth, Death" TV14 Line" TVPG Surprise" TVPG The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage  2:  The Perfect Stor... CSI: Miami TV14 CSI "Bombshell" TV14 CSI: Miami TV14   Space Cowboys ('00) Clint Eastwood. TV14  Die Hard: With a V...  Infested! 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TVPG The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Barefoot Paula Home Cook Chopped TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Cupcake Wars TVG Chopped TVG Chopped (N) TVG Chopped TVG Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Met-Mother Met-Mother Met-Mother M-Mother Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   S.W.A.T. ('03) Samuel L. Jackson. TV14   S.W.A.T. TV14  The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG L. House "Plague" TVG Little House Prairie TVPG Frasier 1/2 Frasier 2/2 Frasier Frasier Income Income Income Income Income Income House HouseH At Home MillionRms HGTV Design Star (N) HouseH House Curb Appeal ~ American Pickers TVPG American Pickers TVPG American Pickers TVPG Hatfields & McCoys Hatfields & McCoys 2/2 cont'd May 30 (:10) HatfieldMcCoys  M-Mother Reba Reba Reba Dance Moms TVPG Dance Moms TVPG Dance Moms TVPG DanceMomM. TVPG DanceMomM. TVPG DanceMomM. TVPG  MSG Countdown in 60 Countdown MSG Countdown in 60 Game 365 Boomer & Carton   Rocky ('76) Sylvester Stallone. TVPG   Annie Hall ('77) (P) Woody Allen. (N) TV14 Fight Night Rugby IRB USA Sevens ~ NBC Sports Talk  To Be Announced ~  To Be Announced ~ NBC Sports Talk Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious Victorious SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends I Escaped I Escaped I Escaped I Escaped I Escaped I Escaped Unusual Suspects TV14 Unusual Suspects TV14 Unusual Suspects TV14 Unusual Suspects TV14 Unusual Suspects TV14 (2:00) Baseball MLB TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Pre-game Baseball MLB Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets Site: Citi Field (L) ~ TVG Post-Game SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite :10 WaysD (:45) WaysD (:25)   Halloween ('07) Malcolm McDowell. TVMA (:15)   Saw ('04) Leigh Whannell. TVM WaysD WaysD   Casino Royale ('06) Daniel Craig. TV14 Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked TVPG Fact or Faked (N) TVPG Hollywood Treasure (N) Fact or Faked TVPG Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang BigBang Conan TV14 What Not to Wear TVPG Not-Wear "Emily" TVPG Not-Wear "Angie" TVPG Not-Wear "Julie" TVPG Not-Wear "Beryl" TVPG Not to Wear ~ TVPG Brooklyn Brooklyn What Not to Wear TVPG Law & Order TV14 LawOrder "Seed" TV14 Bones TV14 Bones TV14 Pre-game Basketball NBA Playoffs (L) ~ TVG Ins. NBA  Drama I. Drama I. Johnny Test Regular MAD Regular Adv.Time Gumball Level Up Adv.Time King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy 3:45  His Brother's ... (:15)   The Bride Walks Out TVG (:45)   Breakfast for Two TVG   Carmen Jones ('54) Harry Belafonte. TVPG   Bright Road TVG Movie Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Loves Ray Law & Order: S.V.U. TV14 SVU "Contagious" TV14 SVU "Identity" TV14 SVU "Quarry" TV14 SVU "Wildlife" TV14 SVU "Fault" TV14 SVU "Perverted" TV14 CSI: Crime Scene TV14 Behind "Eve" TV14 Basketball Wives TV14 Bball "Finale" TV14 Single Ladies TV14 Mob Wives TV14 Mob Wives TV14 ToughLoveOrleans TV14 Bball "Finale" TV14


14 â&#x20AC;˘ May 25 - 31, 2012

Wednesdayhighlights Dogs in the City (4.1) (4) WIVB (35.1) (17) WSEE

8:00 p.m.

Dog guru Justin Silver brings people and their canine companions together as he works to resolve the issues between them. Cameras follow dog expert Silver as he tackles relationship, lifestyle and domestic problems with heart, humor and honesty.

So You Think You Can Dance (29.1) (5) WUTV (10) CFTO

8:00 p.m.

Join host Cat Deeley as the judges welcome the second batch of contestants. Trained dancers take to the stage to show judges Nigel Lithgoe and Mary Murphy that they can become Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Favorite Dancer. Those who prove themselves move on to Las Vegas.

Americaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Next Top Model (23.1) (11) WNLO

9:00 p.m.

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a dramatic season finale as the final models prepare for their CoverGirl commercial and photo

Justin Silver as seen in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dogs in the Cityâ&#x20AC;?

shoot. One of the women is taken to the hospital after having a panic attack. The models participate in a holographic runway show before a winner is chosen.

American Digger (43) SPIKE

10:00 p.m.

Wrestling legend Ric â&#x20AC;&#x153;Heavy Metalâ&#x20AC;? Savage continues his search for hidden treasures in the backyards of America in this new episode. He and his team of relic hunters seek out artifacts and historical treasures in the hopes of selling them for profit.

Total Blackout (31) SYFY

10:00 p.m.

Contestants face their deepest and darkest fears in this new episode. Jaleel White (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Family Mattersâ&#x20AC;?) hosts as players have to climb obstacles and identify sunken treasures in a pitch-black environment. Later, they submerge their limbs in water.

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Don't Trust Modern Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG TVPG tory TVPG Fam TVPG TVPG the B TV14 Fam TVPG News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big So You Think You Can Dance "Auditions #2: Los The Listener "The Bank CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TVPG Angeles" (N) TVPG Job" (SP) (N) TVPG The Wendy Williams N.Berkus "Nate's Family America's Funniest The Office The Office Next Top Model Top Model "Season 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TV14 Cops TV14 Show TVPG Room Surprise!" TVPG Home Videos TVPG TVPG TV14 "Highlights" TV14 Finale" (SF) (N) TV14 News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Dogs in the City (P) (N) Criminal Minds TV14 CSI: Crime Scene "73 Newswatch Letterman ~ TVG TVG TVG TVPG Seconds" TV14 ~ TVG ~ TVPG  Ghost Whisperer "Miss Ghost Whisperer "Fury" Ghost Whisperer "The Cold Case "The Good Cold Case "The Cold Case "Bombers" Criminal Minds Criminal Minds "Fear "Revelations" TV14 Fortune" TVPG TVPG Vanishing" TVPG Soldier" TVPG Runaway Bunny" TV14 TV14 and Loathing" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Storage Duck Dy Duck Dy Duck Dy Duck Dy  2:  Space Cowboys ... CSI: Miami TV14 CSI: Miami TV14 CSI "Power Trip" TV14   Cinderella Man ('05) Russell Crowe. TVPG  A League of Their ...  Infested! TVPG North Woods Law TVPG North Woods Law TVPG Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Wildman Mud Lovin' TV14 Wildman Wildman 3:55 Futura (:25) Tosh.O (:55) Sunny Sunny :55 30 Rock 30 Rock Colbert Daily Show Chappelle KeyPeele South Park South Park South Park South Park Daily Show Colbert  American Guns American Guns American Guns American Guns American Guns American Guns Auction Auction American Guns (:05) Austin Austin/ Ally A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Shake It Up GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie Shake It Up  16 Wishes ('10) Kendall Cross. TVG (:10) A.N.T. (:35) Jessie Phineas Shake It Up NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG NBA Countdown (L) TVG Lottery Basketball NBA Playoffs Final Game 2 (L) ~ TVG SportsCenter TVG Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa Melissa (SP) Melissa   My Fake FiancĂŠ ('09) Melissa Joan Hart. TVPG The 700 Club TVPG Barefoot Barefoot Paula Home Cook Diners Diners Restaurant TVG Rest. "Pelican Grill" TVG Restaurant TVG Restaurant (N) TVG Food Star TVG  (3:30)   Hollywood Homicide TV14 Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2... Two 1/2...   27 Dresses ('08) Katherine Heigl. TV14   27 Dresses TV14  The Waltons TVG The Waltons TVG Little House Prairie TVG Little House Prairie TVG L. House "Survival" TVG Little House Prairie TVG Frasier Frasier Frasier Frasier For Rent For Rent For Rent For Rent For Rent For Rent House HouseH Income Cousins Property Brothers TVPG HouseH House Property Brothers TVPG Pawn Stars Pawn Stars Hatfields & McCoys Hat&Mc The McCoys murder Anse's younger brother. Hatfields & McCoys Hatfields & McCoys  M-Mother Reba Reba Reba Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Wife Swap TVPG Coming Home TVPG Coming Home TVPG The Client List TV14  3:30 Count Countdown MSG Countdown in 60 Spring of '94 Boomer & Carton 10 to One Celebrit MSG Celebrity (N) The Lineup Celebrit MSG Celebrity (3:00) Motocr. AMA TVG Necessary Rough TV14 NBC Sports Talk  To Be Announced ~  To Be Announced ~ Motocross ~ TVG Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. Big Time R. SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob '70s Show '70s Show G. Lopez G. Lopez Friends Friends Nothing Personal TV14 Nothing Personal TV14 Nothing Personal TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 48 Hours: Evidence TV14 (2:00) Baseball MLB TVG Daily News Wheel Loud Pre-game Baseball MLB Philadelphia Phillies vs. New York Mets Site: Citi Field (L) ~ TVG Post-Game SportsNite SportsNite SportsNite :10 WaysD :50 Auction (:25) AuctionHunt TVPG :55 Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Digger Digger Digger Digger  3:30 Dest.. Destination Truth TV14 Destination Truth TV14 Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Blackout Ghost Hunters TVPG Friends Friends Friends Friends Queens Queens Seinfeld Seinfeld Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy BigBang BigBang BigBang Conan TV14 Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Toddlers & Tiaras TVG Toddlers & Tiaras TVPG Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 Law & Order TV14 CSI: NY TV14 Drama I. Drama I. Johnny Test Regular Regular Regular NinjaGo NinjaGo NinjaGo Level Up King of Hill King of Hill Amer. Dad Amer. Dad Family Guy Family Guy (:15)   Maytime ('37) Nelson Eddy. TVG Irving Thalberg TVPG   Ride the High Country TVPG (:45)   The Tall Stranger (:15)  Wells Fargo  Bonanza TVPG Bonanza TVPG M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H M*A*S*H Home Imp Home Imp Loves Ray Loves Ray Hot/ Cleve. HappilyDiv. Queens Queens NCIS TV14 NCIS TVPG NCIS TV14 NCIS TVPG NCIS TVPG NCIS TVPG NCIS TVPG Fairly Legal TV14 3:30 Mo.. ToughLoveOrleans TV14 ToughLoveOrleans TV14  Honey 2 ('11) Katerina Graham. TVPG Bball "Finale" TV14 Single Ladies TV14   The Wood TV14 


May 25 - 31, 2012 â&#x20AC;˘ 15

Thursdayhighlights The Office (2.1) (2) WGRZ

The Mentalist

8:00 p.m.

(4.1) (4) WIVB (10) CFTO (35.1)

Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s back-to-back office hijinks with two episodes of this hit sitcom. Based on the BBC hit of the same name, the series is filmed in a mockumentary style as it takes a hilarious look inside the offices of Dunder Mifflin paper company.

(17) WSEE

Breaking Pointe

Tattoo School

(23.1) (11) WNLO

8:00 p.m.

Bill Pogue as seen in â&#x20AC;&#x153;Tattoo Schoolâ&#x20AC;?

Simon Baker steps behind the camera to direct this episode. During Janeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s latest investigation, he finds a blogger who is obsessed with finding a killer and he will stop at nothing to find his man. (34) TLC

Dancers pull back the curtain on one of the most competitive ballet companies in the country in this new series. Go behind the scenes with Artistic Director Adam Sklute, and dancers Christiana Bennett, Christopher Ruud and Tom Mattingly.

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Wheel TVPG CBC News Now News reports from CBC Coronation Hockey NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs (L) ~ TVG CBC News: The National (:55) CBC News TVG TVG bureaus. ~ TVG Street TVG /(:05) George S. TVPG The Doctors TVPG Eyewitness News at 5 News at 6 ABC World Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! Duets "Classic Duets" (N) TVPG Rookie Blue "Class Eyewitness Nightline p.m. ~ TVG p.m. TVG News TVPG TVG Dismissed" (N) TV14 News ~ TVG TVG  The Dr. Oz Show TVPG Anderson TVG CTV News ~ TVG eTalk TVPG The Big The Big Mike & The Mentalist TV14 The Mentalist "Blinking CTV News ~ CTV News ~ TVG TVG  Bang TVPG Bang TV14 Molly TVPG Red Light" TV14 The Wendy Williams The Nate Berkus Show America's Funniest The Office The Office Breaking "Survival of The Catalina "Spring 10 O'Clock TMZ TV14 Cops TV14 Cops TV14 Show TVPG TVPG Home Videos TVPG TVPG TV14 the Fittest" (P) (N) TVPG Breakdown" TVPG News ~ TVG Anderson TVG Dr. Phil TVPG Newswatch CBSNews Wheel TVPG Jeopardy! The Big Rules of Person of Interest "Root The Mentalist "Blinking Newswatch Letterman ~ TVG TVG TVG Bang TV14 Eng TVPG Cause" TV14 Red Light" TV14 ~ TVG ~ TVPG  Ghost Whisperer "Free Ghost Whisperer "The Ghost Whisperer "Love Cold Case Cold Case "Two Cold Case "One Fall" Criminal Minds Criminal Minds "Jones" "Metamorphosis" TVPG Weddings" TVPG TV14 "Distress" TV14 TV14 Fall" 1/2 cont'd next TVPG One" 2/2 TVPG Never Dies" TVPG The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 First 48 "Missing" TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14 The First 48 TV14  2:  A League of Their ... CSI: Miami TV14 CSI "Tipping Point" TV14 CSI "Head Case" TV14   U.S. Marshals ('98) Wesley Snipes. TV14  The Fugitive TV14  Infested! TVPG North Woods Law TVPG North Woods Law TVPG To Be Announced Gator Boys TVPG Snake Man River Monsters TVPG River Monsters TVPG  (:55) Futura (:25) Tosh.O (:55) Sunny Sunny :55 30 Rock 30 Rock Colbert Daily Show Futurama Futurama South Park South Park Tracy Morgan TVMA Daily Show Colbert  Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Auction Final Offer Auction Auction (:05) Jessie Jessie Shake It Up Shake It Up Shake It Up GoodLuck A.N.T. Farm Jessie GoodLuck GoodLuck Jessie Shake It Up A.N.T. Farm Jessie Phineas Shake It Up NFL Live (L) TVG Horn Interrupt SportsCenter TVG NBA Studio SpellBee Spellers from around the world compete. (L) Baseball Tonight (L) TVG SportsCenter TVG '70s Show '70s Show   My Fake FiancĂŠ ('09) Melissa Joan Hart. TVPG   The Haunted Mansion Eddie Murphy. TVPG   The Mask ('94) Jim Carrey. 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