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2010 NISSAN 2010 GMC 2010 CHEVY TERRAIN SLE MALIBU SENTRA 4 cyl., auto., white, great gas saver! only 29,000 miles

FWD, 4 cyl., power everything, only 45,000 miles

4 door, auto., PW, PL, cruise, tilt, air, CD, 19,000 miles

2008 NISSAN MAXIMA

2011 MITSUBISHI GALANT ES

2009 LINCOLN MKS

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2008 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 2500

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2010 FORD F150 2008 CHEVROLET SUPER CAB 4X4 LT model,HHR gas saver, 44K

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FX4 off road, V8, auto., PW, PL, cruise, tilt, 52,000 miles

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2003 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE

2009 TOYOTA COROLLA S

2009 CHEVROLET TRAVERSE LT

2009 PONTIAC VIBE

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2010 2010 NISSAN CHRYSLER 300 ALTIMA Black on black, V6,

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2010 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER

2010 TOYOTA RAV 4

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2008 NISSAN FRONTIER 4WD, auto., V6, power everything, only 22k miles, red

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2009 CHEVY COLORADO

2008 PONTIAC G8

2003 FORD MUSTANG GT1

2010 HONDA ODYSSEY

2009 KIA SEDONA EX

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4 cyl., FWD, 52K, gray, power everything, local trade

2012 CHEVROLET 2009 NISSAN SL CAMARO 2SS AWD,MURANO sunroof, navigation, alum.

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2007 JEEP COMPASS

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2003 DODGE NEON

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2011 CADILLAC CTS AWD

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V6, AWD, only 69k miles, power everything, local trade

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I have several older pieces of furniture in my home. They are mostly darker woods. Can you recommend a good polish? I just moved to a dry region and am afraid the pieces might begin cracking. — Art, Palm Desert, Calif. My grandmother made her own furniture polish, and I recommend it highly — if you can tolerate the turpentine smell. For her polish, take 1 cup of boiled linseed oil (which is how you buy it at the hardware store), add one cup of gum turpentine and one half cup of white vinegar. Shake well. Use liberally on your furniture, wipe clean, repeat. After several weeks of using this polish, you will discover a nice, protective coat. *** I have a set of “Anheuser Busch Budweiser Girls,” which are limited to 1,500 sets. I have No. 144. Each piece is hand-colored and finished. Can you give me a value for this set? — Jean, Decatur, Ill. I assume these are the “Budweiser Girls” steins. If so, I found three of the steins on eBay for about $15 each. The complete set would be worth more. Incidentally, the first “Budweiser Girl” was introduced in 1883. The practice of using beautiful women to promote its beer has continued to this day. *** I have a ceramic Staffordshire dog figurine. The label

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*** I recently inherited a set of sterling flatware. It is the Bridal Rose pattern by Alvin. Can you tell me when it was made? — Susan, Sun City, Ariz. Your flatware was made in 1903. It was one of the company’s most ornate patterns. Prices include dinner fork, $150; gravy ladle, $280; teaspoon, $150; and salad fork, $170. CORRECTION: In a recent column, the telephone number for Wedgewood china expert Leslie Vander Maulen Canavan of Alexis Antiques was incorrect. The correct number is 314-647-7986. I regret the error. Write to Larry Cox in care of King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475, or send e-mail to questionsforcox@aol.com. Due to the large volume of mail he receives, Mr. Cox is unable to personally answer all reader questions. Do not send any materials requiring return mail.

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Choosing the best line of play sometimes requires exceptionally fine judgment. In most cases, however, the correct approach is clearcut, although not necessarily apparent. For example, suppose you’re in four spades on this deal and West leads a diamond. You win with the ace, and the question is how to proceed. It seems obvious that you should try to ruff a club in dummy to acquire a —32— 10th trick, but this is much easier said than done. Let’s say you lead a low club at trick two to pave the

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Written by Todd J. Tranum, President and CEO of the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce & Executive Director of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier It is no secret that summer feels like the shortest season in Chautauqua County. In our pursuit to make the most of this wonderful time of year there are many organizations plugging a lot of events into this precious time of year. Organizations do their best to schedule their events so that they don’t fall on the same dates. That is not always possible, or realistic, in a county where we are fortunate to have so much going on to appeal to so many different interest groups. This year, the committee planning our Annual Golf Tournament purposely set out to make some changes in order to spark some renewed interest and make it more fun for our golfers. One of those changes was a decision to move the date, so a late July date was chosen – nearly six weeks earlier than we have traditionally held this event. Just this past week, our committee learned that the date chosen conflicts with another charity golf tournament at a different country club. So the committee quickly regrouped and determined a date change was in order. The new date for the Chamber Annual Golf Tournament is Thursday, August 15. We are so grateful to the organizers at Peek’n Peak for the easy transition in making this date change. The staff at the Peek has been gracious and professional and we look forward to working with them over the next few months as this event comes together. The tournament will be played on the Peek’s prestigious Upper Course, a championship caliber, par 72 course which offers optimum playing conditions in a spectacular setting. The Peek has earned a 4.5/5 star rating from Golf Digest and is a past host to the PGA Nationwide Tournament. Also new this year is a format change. The Chamber tournament has always been a scramble, but we have had some interest in offering a Two Best Ball tournament. So we have compromised this year and are offering BOTH. Golfers can choose the way they prefer to play. Both will be played simultaneously, and the purse will be divided with prizes awarded for each format. The Chamber Golf Tournament is being sponsored this year by DFT Communications, Community Bank NA, Cummins, Inc., Fredonia Place, Lake Shore Savings Bank, LawleyTradition LLC, National Fuel Gas, Ed Shults Chevrolet, Inc., the OBSERVER, and The Post-Journal. For more information or to register, visit the Chamber website at www.chautauquachamber.org, or call 484-1101 or 366-6200.

As part of its 2013 Membership Blitz, the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce is working with all of its affiliated community chambers to hold Business After Hours networking events. These events will be hosted by the community chambers, but are open to anyone in any part of the county. There is no registration fee and each event will include free appetizers and a cash bar. There will be a brief presentation at each event on the value of membership. Otherwise, attendees can simply enjoy the company of other Chamber members or prospective members. Business After Hours events are scheduled as follows: Tuesday, April 30 at Sully’s Pub in the Jamestown Savings Bank Arena, hosted by the Jamestown Community Chamber of Commerce; Wednesday, May 1 at the Athenaeum Hotel, Chautauqua Institution, hosted by the Mayville-Chautauqua Community Chamber of Commerce; and Thursday, May 2 at Applebee’s in Dunkirk, hosted by the Dunkirk and Fredonia Community Chambers of Commerce. Pre-registration is not required for these events, but is recommended. You can register through the online events calendar at www.chautauquachamber.org.

The Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce this week kicked off its 2013 Membership Blitz. New members who join the Chamber before May 10 will be entered into a drawing for these prizes from the Chamber: a Sapphire Gem Sponsorship valued at $1,000, their next year’s membership free, or a free pass to all Chamber events for a year (excluding the golf tournament and annual banquet). Additional prizes have been donated by dozens of friends of the Chamber. The prizes will be awarded during the Experience Chautauqua Networking Event at the Lawson Boating Heritage Center in Bemus Point on May 16. The Chamber of Commerce provides tools to help businesses increase their profits and connect to new customers, and offers information and new ideas as well as representation as the voice of business on important public policy issues. The Chamber’s Shop Chautauqua County Gift Check program easily pumps more than $100,000 a year into the local economy, while providing participating businesses with additional marketing exposure. With a long history of providing health insurance plans, and with a thorough knowledge of insurance exchange programs and the Affordable Care Act, the Chamber is a key source for all businesses on this issue. The Chamber is also the voice of business on issues of public policy and advocacy. These are just a few of the benefits of Chamber membership. Chamber membership is affordable and valuable. We encourage you to join this network of more than 1,000 businesses in Chautauqua County and become a part of all the Chamber has to offer. For more information, call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 484-1101, or find us online at www.chautauquachamber.org.


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What do you think it means when you see the same number ALL THE TIME? I always see the number 117. Always. Everyday. And now, I just saw online that the Boston Marathon today was the 117th annual! What does this mean? Anonymous. As I come into your question; ( and as indicated through the contents of your question ) I see this number cyclingpreviously; now; and within your near future. I am being told by your spirit guides and teachers you have psychic; clairvoyant; and medium-ship gifts of your own- even though you are currently unable and unwilling to accept them as a part of your conscious reality. They go on to relay some of this has to do with the career path you are choosing for your self and your fear associated with your peers; in-subordinates; and/or your subordinates discovering this validity regarding yourself. Your Spirit Guides and Teachers ask me to remind you...this will not make your gifts disappear. They go on to relay...that which we resist; we draw to our-self. Your Spirit Guides and Teachers also relay you have made a subconscious decision to “stay” away from these gifts in order to allow your self to keep your eyes ( physical and spiritual ) closed tightly regarding romance and matters “of the heart.” I am seeing you previously seeing other groups/patterns of numbers for specific periods of time within your life pointed toward outcomes of events world wide and within your life. Your Spirit Teachers and Guides continue by relaying the above number cycles and via your dreams ( when you give yourself permission to remember them ) are only two means for you to receive insight ( for yourself; others within your inner circle; others within your close proximity and/ or matters of your heart ). Your Spirit Guides and Teachers relay we all have patterns and cycles of various sorts which act like keys in order to assist us with our discovering our spirits purpose and the “reason(s)” we decided this/any portion of our journey. Your spirit teachers and guides ask you to take an even closer observation(s) of your life in order for you discover further “mysteries” ( cycles and patterns ) found within your life. Examples might be names of those ( both female and male ) who come into our life ( sub categories: For a moment; to come and go; to teach; to learn; for life’s duration; any and/or all of the before mentioned; etc... ). What do the patterns of certain given names represent ( to you; with others; to others; with you; etc... )? They ask me to remind you they are always here in order to assist you; you must call upon them and ask due to the law of Free Will. They part with giving God’s white light and much unconditional love.

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ZODIACTION: For APRIL 21 - 27

(A syndicated column created, copyrighted and published by: Dennis Morley)

ARIES: This entire week brings about a calm from the previous three to four weeks with planets

changing their transiting sojourn from your home sign to transiting through Taurus. Emotions tend to run high within in your intuition as indicated by transiting Uranus through the twenty seventh; self responsibility is indicated. The twenty third through the twenty sixth indicate the possibility of passionate life memories from the past and/or doors to new passions arising.

TAURUS:

The Sun is now fully transiting through your home sign indicating a sense of empowerment. Keep in mind some of sense may be an illusion with these transits; engaging brain prior to taking any action prior to the twenty seventh is indicated. The twenty fourth through the twenty seventh indicates a rekindling of romance within a current romantic relationship. Single Taurus may unite with their life lasting romantic partner now; self responsibility to act upon this is indicated- versus testing.

GEMINI: The twenty first through the twenty third indicates a moment(s) to spend time with those within your romance and inner circles. Finances come into the forefront from twenty through the twenty fifth. You may experience financial gain from early afternoon on the twenty fifth though the twenty seventh. Decisive thinking and/or action with a current or new romantic partner may occur from the twenty fourth through week’s duration. MOON CHILD:

The twenty first creates energies which may have you feeling on top of everything. A feeling of unconditional love may open doors for spending quality time with those within your inner circle from the twenty-first through the twenty third. The twenty third and the twenty fourth create energies which may allow for decisive thinking. Passion arises within current romantic relationships at week’s duration. Passionate energies open doors to new romantic possibilities for Single Moon Children through the twenty seventh

LEO: What could feel like forgotten energies may abound within you at the beginning of this

week. Transits indicate a great time to achieve completion with any unfinished projects around the home front and/or the homes of those within your inner circle. The twenty third through the twenty fifth abounds with indecision or decisiveness- the choice is yours; self responsibility is indicated. The Full Moon on the twenty-fifth may opens door to your inner “dreams; prayers; burning desires” through week’s completion. The choice for possible initiation or completion is yours.

VIRGO: The twenty first through the twenty third opens many doors to unfulfilled dreams and aspirations. Self responsibility to see the desired accomplishment(s) is from within your inner decisions and actions- not from outside of you. The twenty third through the first half of the twenty fifth is indicated to bring about quality and harmony where you see the need- waiting for others may bring about inner disappointment. The twenty-fifth through week’s duration may open doors to available passions. LIBRA:

The twenty first through the twenty third indicates a time for rest and personal enjoyment; where others are involved within your life- invite them to join you with activities and actions of your choosing. You may find your self following the lead of others through mid day of the twenty fifth; this may include both inner and work related circles. The Full Moon on the twenty fifth highlights your inner desires and passions through weeks conclusion. Self responsibility with allowance is indicated.

SCORPIO: Keeping your temperament in check is indicated for the twenty first.

The twenty second and twenty third indicate a time for rest and quiet times with family and/or friends. Indecision may be brought to the forefront at work; personally (co) owned businesses; or careers settings. Self responsibility is indicated in order to “shine” for desired outcomes. The twenty fifth through week’s duration opens many doors of possibilities. A Moon Child is highlighted for single Scorpios.

SAGITTARIUS:

Temperaments may run high through mid morning of the twenty-fifth; self responsibility is indicated in order to keep the peace and desired outcomes within all of life’s sectors. A person with authority, within a work or career situation, which has previously given you a great amount of leniency, may surprise you by “yanking your chain” in favor or support for another. Self responsibility is indicated. Passions and Romance are in the forefront from the twenty fifth through week’s completion.

Asparagus Quiche

CAPRICORN: Flexibility; kindness and non-financial generosity are indicated from you towards

(From Diana Rattray) Serve this asparagus quiche for lunch or as a brunch dish. Feel free to cut back on mushrooms or use a little less asparagus if you’d like to add a little ham or leftover turkey.

AQUARIUS: Transits indicate you may fuel the fires of others on the twenty-first.

INGREDIENTS: • 1/2 to 3/4 pound asparagus, trimmed, chopped • water • 2 tablespoons butter • 1/2 cup chopped mushrooms • 4 green onions, with green, thinly sliced • 1 small tomato, peeled, seeded, diced • 1 1/2 cups shredded Havarti cheese or Swiss, about 6 ounces • 4 large eggs • 1 1/2 cups half-and-half or whole milk • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper • dash nutmeg

others and self from the twenty first through the twenty fourth. Consideration for balance is indicated through mid morning on the twenty fifth; a father; grandfather; and/or authoritative figure may come center stage in your life at this time. Passions and/or passionate energies may peak new heights from the twenty fifth through week’s completion. Another Capricorn or Moon Child is Highlighted. The catch may be- making sure you have the capability to put these fires out prior to acting as a catalyst for igniting them. The home front, yours, and the homes of those within your inner circle are highlighted through the twenty fifth. The twenty fifth through week’s completion indicates a time for inspiring others in (small) groups. A life coach or life coach position may come into play; self responsibility is indicated.

PISCES: The twenty first creates energies which may be utilized for your highest and best- as

well as for all others around you. Transits from the twenty first through the twenty fifth create energies which allow you to incorporate these qualities ( which may seem foreign to you ) along with inner and outer balance during any action(s) made by you. The twenty fifth through week’s duration could bring about innovative thought processes and/or answers which may allow you to make definitive decisions.

Psychic; Medium; Astrologer Dennis Morley may be visited at and contacted for consultation via: www.psychicdennismorley.com or dennis@psychicdennismorley.com or call 716-595-2836 For Entertainment Purposes Only It does not matter where love goes; As long as love flows... This is Creativity Unlimited! VISIT ME AT: www.psychicdennismorley.com Love in Action...Dennis!

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PREPARATION: In a saucepan, cover asparagus with water. Bring to a boil over high heat; reduce heat, cover, and cook for 5 minutes. Drain and set aside. In a skillet, heat butter over medium-low heat; add mushrooms. Sauté until mushrooms are tender; add green onions and cook for 1 minute longer. Set aside. Line a 9-inch or 10-inch pie plate with pastry; bake at 375° for 8 minutes. Remove from oven and reduce oven temperature to 350°. Arrange vegetables and shredded cheese in pie pastry. Whisk together the eggs and half-and-half; add salt, pepper, and nutmeg. Pour egg mixture over the vegetables. Place the filled pie shell on a large cookie sheet or jelly-roll pan. Place in the oven and cook for 45 to 55 minutes, or until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean. Serves 6 to 8.


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