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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Ridge and Bill verbally sparred, each trying to oneup the other. Thorne turned to Brooke for advice about Aly and Taylor. Meanwhile, Taylor had an emotional breakdown telling Aly about the night she killed her mother. Thorne returned to the Forrester executive suites and was surprised by what he witnessed. Bill informed Brooke that he would formally welcome Wyatt into the Spencer family. Katie and Ridge began planning their wedding. Bill decided to take Brooke somewhere that Ridge never imagined. Brooke told her daughter that she was proud of her for taking her time in making the right decision. Quinn devised a plan that put Liam in a distressing situation. Wait to See: Liam finds himself in a distressing situation. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Jennifer comforted a guiltridden Abigail. Marlena made a startling discovery related to the murder case. Brady delivered disappointing news to Theresa. Jennifer admitted to Eric that she wasn’t entirely comfortable with Daniel and Nicole’s relationship.

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Meetings are held on the third Thursday at 7 p.m. Samuel Cimino VFW Ladies Auxiliary meetings the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Post, 13 N. Main Street, Silver Creek. First United Presbyterian Church - United Angels Youth Group meets the 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month at 6:30-8:00 p.m. at 35 Park Place, Silver Creek. Anyone in 6th-12th grade is invited to attend. Westfield-Ripley Kiwanis Club Community Speakers - the community is cordially invited every first and third Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at the Bark Grill in Westfield. St. Peter’s Church, 1A Park Street, Forestville, Bible Believing Anglican Worship. Sunday 9:30 a.m. Bible School, 10:30 a.m. Worship. Free supper and movie 6 p.m. first Friday of each month. 675-6424. The Forestville Historical Society meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Everyone welcome. Municipal Building, Chestnut St. Forestville. 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Each year the Chamber of Commerce provides an opportunity for its members to meet directly with the County Executive and ask questions. This year, with Vince Horrigan new in the role of County Executive, and with a number of important issues facing county government, we expect the business community to turn out in force for this event. The County Executive Breakfast will be held Friday, June 6 at the White Inn in Fredonia. Breakfast begins at 8:30, with registration opening at 8am. The event is sponsored by: Chadwick Bay Broadcasting, Chautauqua Institution, Crown Benefits Group, DFT Communications, SUNY Fredonia, Jamestown Community College, Jamestown Jammers Baseball, Jamestown Mattress Company, KeyBank, M & T Bank, Nestle Purina PetCare, OBSERVER, Phillips Lytle LLP, The Post-Journal, Serta Mattress Company, SKF Aeroengine North America, Southern Tier Environments for Living, Univera Healthcare, WCA Hospital, and WJTN/WWSE/WKSN/WHUG/WQFX. To make reservations, please call the Chamber at 366-6200 or 4841101, or register online at www.chautauquachamber.org.

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Dream It Do It Western New York, the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier, the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce and the Chautauqua County Education Coalition are proud to help present Chautauqua Tech Wars on May 20th on the Jamestown campus of Jamestown Community College. This extraordinary event will combine a number of activities for high school students and manufacturers alike. In all, an estimated 500 high school students from all over Chautauqua County are expected to attend. Tech Wars events, sponsored by technology teachers of Chautauqua County, will allow students to display or demonstrate their projects for the year in JCC’s Physical Education Complex. The Hamilton Collegiate Center will house Science Olympiad™ informational sessions sponsored by Dream It Do It and hosted by local non-profits, while the nearby Carnahan Center will host local manufacturers for a career fair sponsored by the Chautauqua Leadership Network. The mission of Dream It Do It WNY is to increase the skilled workforce pipeline entering manufacturing careers. Our vision is to be a catalyst for developing a workforce trained to meet the rigorous demands of manufacturers in the Western New York region. For more information about Tech Wars and related events, please contact Justin Hanft at DIDIWNY at 484-1101. The day’s events will also incorporate the annual meeting of the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier, to feature a walking tour of the student events, lunch, and a brief business meeting. The MAST Annual Meeting is sponsored by Blackstone Advanced Technologies, Chadwick Bay Broadcasting, and Jamestown Jammers Baseball, KeyBank, and M & T Bank. The cost of the lunch is $15. For information or to register call 484-1101.

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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 The value of your membership in the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce increases all the time. With dramatic growth in social media, the way we do business has changed. Recognizing these changes, the Chamber took steps a couple of years ago to enhance our online offerings for all members. Through the Chamber web site, all members have a web presence even if they don’t have their own web site or Facebook page. Your Chamber membership makes your business automatically searchable in our online database. In addition, because your business name is included in the online directory, that makes your Chamber business page searchable through Google. It’s the next best thing to having your own web site! A new feature this year allows you to add your social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and more) to your online data. Once you provide those links your page in our online directory will automatically show links to your social media sites. The Chamber’s business directory is also mobile. Just by visiting our web site through your mobile device you can search our Chamber member list online. There is no special app required, and it’s a great way to find restaurants, retail outlets, Gift Check participants, hotels, and so much more – right at your fingertips! 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. This is another great option available to Chamber members to help them improve visibility and sales. When it comes to making new business connections, the Chamber can help in a variety of ways. Local business people can meet other Chamber members through a series of Experience Chautauqua Networking Events held year-round. The Chamber can also assist with grand opening or open house events for its members, and business information displays are available in both Dunkirk and Jamestown. Local businesses that have questions about health insurance and other employee benefit plans should also make the Chamber their first call. 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 helps to provide information and new ideas through its Business Over Bagels training programs, as well as its monthly online newsletter, Chautauqua Business Weekly email bulletins, and through Facebook and Twitter. The Chamber is the voice of business on issues of public policy and advocacy. As always, if you have any questions about Chamber membership or any of the products we are able to offer, please give us a call at 366-6200 or 484-1101.

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There are plays in bridge that on the surface seem to make no sense, but that are nevertheless entirely logical when analyzed more closely. For example, consider this deal taken from “Test Your Finessing” by Scottish expert Hugh Kelsey. Assume you’re in three notrump and West leads a low heart. You win East’s jack with the king, and the question is how to give yourself the best chance for the contract. Of course, you see only the North-South hands while you try to figure this out. You have seven sure tricks, and it is obvious that the best source for the two additional tricks you need lies in dia-

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An Ode to Alliums It’s hard to imagine a world without alliums: scallions, leeks, shallots, garlic and onions. In fact, I don’t think I want to. But if forced to venture there in my imagination, it would be a land of drab salads, sauces, salsas and dressings. Onions pack so much flavor in the membranes of their spicy, sometimes sweet layers that, as we all know, a little goes a long way. They sit at the pinnacle of taste, right next to that other beloved allium, garlic. Onions, however, have a slight edge over garlic in that they come in so many shapes and sizes, providing an imaginative cook a broad field of opportunity. Late spring is when alliums of every kind are coming out of the earth. And while many varieties of onions keep for months in cool, dry storage, fresh onions are a taste treat not to be missed. Right now, you’ll find leeks; red, white and yellow bulb onions; scallions, also known as green onions; and shallots at your local farmer’s market. Start there if you can. But if not, your local grocery would have to shut its doors if it couldn’t provide a decent supply and variety of onions. Also, to be clear about a continuing confusion, there is no difference between scallions and green onions — it’s simply two names

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With green or spring onions, look for those with firm, straight stalks. They should still be bright in color with springy roots sprouting from the bulb end. A wonderful distinction of the scallion/green onion is that it provides a combination of nutritional benefits — those of onions as well as greens. It also has an unmistakable flavor, separate from other bulb onions. The white of young bulb onions, as well as scallions, is usually sharper than that of large bulb onions, and the more fibrous green stalk has a hot, unmistakable mineral flavor that can punch up a dish in no time. When heated, though, those

traits become even more interesting, as the hot and sharp turns a little soft and sweet. This flavorful trait is what makes my recipe for Buttered White Fish with Charred Scallions so delicious.

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Charring the scallions in a hot skillet adds a depth of flavor that enhances the fish. Whipped butter has one-half the calories of regular butter and imparts a richness to this unique fish dish. 2 bunches scallions or green onions, root end removed and discarded 1/4 cup whipped butter 2 tablespoons olive oil or coconut oil 2 (8-ounce) fish filets (any firm, white fish — bream, cod, halibut, sea bass, sole, tilapia, etc. 1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt 1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning 1/4 teaspoon lemon pepper 1. Mince both the green and white parts of the scallions. Set aside. Melt the butter in a heavy-bottom skillet over high heat. Add in the oil. 2. Season fish on both sides with the salt and poultry seasoning. Sear fish in skillet; then add in half the scallions; cook until scallions darken and look almost burnt, 3-4 minutes. Reduce heat to mediumlow, add remaining scallions, and sprinkle fish with lemon pepper. Cook until fish is done, 6-8 minutes. Serves 2. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is “The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook.” Her website is www.divapro. com. Read Gina Harlow’s blog about food, gardening and horses at www.peachesandprosciutto.com. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis

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TAURUS:

Indecision for activities may have you opting for the conventional on the eighteenth; consider flexibility via communication or when acting upon situations involving others. Energies created via transits on the nineteenth through twenty first may find others doing extra special things for you or vice-verse. The twenty second through third allows for completion of goals- professional and/or personal. Completion of activities and/or favors for authoritative/parental figures may occur on the twenty third.

GEMINI: Indecision and balance are highlighted on the eighteenth; consider thinking and re-thinking

during all communications. Nurturing may come to the forefront on the nineteenth through twenty first; keep in mind you are a partner in the romance sector. Transits from the twenty second through third may allow another within an authoritative and/or a parental role to observe your capabilities and strengths. The twenty fourth opens doors for possible visits from those who live miles away from you.

MOON CHILD: You may meet the love of your life time on the eighteenth or experience intense

romance; situations or people who may seem to be one way may turn out to be the opposite. The nineteenth through twenty first may bring forth a sense of calm. A female parental figure(s) may be highlighted in your life during on the twenty second and third; transits indicate making the choice for giving kindness to self and to those who may fill your immediate area. The twenty fourth may bring balance via intellect.

LEO: Flexible communication is highlighted on the eighteenth; keep in mind others may not find humor within a possible rigid nature. Kindness is indicated from the nineteenth. The twentieth and first may create possibility for spending quality time with those within your inner circle. Energies of strength may flow your way on the twenty second and third opening doors for possible advancement with in a work situation. The twenty fourth allows for relaxation with a romantic partner, friends, or family. VIRGO:

You may feel pulled in multiple directions on the eighteenth; consider gathering your thoughts in order to communicate and/or to take action via the best way you know how. Others may usually respond with immediacy to you; transits on the nineteenth through twenty first indicate the need for nurturing those around you. Transits on the twenty second through third create energies which may find you being tested by those in a professional or personal setting. The twenty fourth allows rest and relaxation.

LIBRA: Participation within activities sponsored by a social institution is indicated on the eighteenth;

groups of people may be highlighted. Attending to those who do not have the capability for providing their own needs may be indicated for the nineteenth through twenty first. The twenty second through third may have you feeling suffocated; consider some time alone or with newly met people for rest or relaxation. The twenty fourth may find you spending time with a mother figure; by surprise or planned.

SCORPIO: You may find yourself in a situation(s) on the eighteenth which has you teaching- and/or

teaching via acting as a role model. The nineteenth through the twenty first may open doors for single Scorpios in order to find the love of their life; consider to not over think the possibilities. Transits on the twenty second and third create energies of strength- which may allow you to take necessary action within all of life’s sectors. You may feel more grounded on the twenty fourth and make the choice to relax at home or with a female elder.

SAGITTARIUS: Energies created by transits on the eighteenth may allow you to accomplish more projects than you usually do within a day’s length. The nineteenth through the twenty first may bring you into contact with a female authoritative figure; adults; and/or children. Transits on the twenty second thru third may place you center stage and find you interacting with the public; this may professional and/or personal. The twenty fourth indicates home and/or home related activities which may require the intellect.

HOLLYWOOD — Jimmy Fallon took over for Jay Leno, Seth Meyers took over for Fallon, Stephen Colbert is taking over for David Letterman and now Craig Ferguson has announced he’s leaving the “Late, Late Show.” In Ferguson’s last contract, he was given first refusal of Letterman’s job or a hefty six-figure settlement, but when Ferguson announced he’d be hosting and producing the syndicated game show “The Celebrity Name Game,” we knew something was up. “After 10 years I felt I was done,” Ferguson said. He had told CBS, before he knew Letterman was leaving, that he wanted to go. Ferguson added, “I wanted to move on before the work became a chore.” Another reason for leaving might have been the decline in his show’s ratings since Seth Meyers’ “Late Night” debut. *** Bryan Cranston won three Emmys for Best Actor in “Breaking Bad” (2008-10) and as producer of “Breaking Bad” in 2013. Now he’s received a Best Actor Tony Award nomination for his portrayal of Lyndon Johnson on Broadway for “All The Way,” against

Craig Ferguson “Monk’s” Tony Shalhoub (for “Act One”). “Cagney & Lacey’s” Tyne Daly (for “Mother’s and Sons”) is pitted against “Bonnie and Clyde” Oscar-winner Estelle Parsons (for “The Velocity of Autumn”). Other nods went to “How I Met Your Mother” star Neil Patrick Harris for “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” and Idina Menzel (who sang “Let It Go” from “Frozen”) for “If/Then.” The Tonys will air June 8 on CBS from Radio City Music Hall. *** J.J. Abrams has cast his new “Star Wars” film. John Boyega, recurring on “24: Live Another Day,” will be a Jedi; Daisy Ridley, who guested on “Mr. Selfridge,”

will be the daughter of Han Solo and Princess Leia. Others include Adam Driver, a Darth Vader-ish character, did “HBO’s “Girls”; Oscar Isaac, Hans Soloish, was in “Inside Llewyn Davies”; plus Andy Serkis of “Lord of the Rings” and “Rise/Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,” and veteran actor Max Von Sydow. You also can expect cameos from Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew and Ken Baker. *** Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will produce their third Oscar show on Feb. 22. They’ve also committed to a live three-hour production of “Grease” for Fox in 2015, as well as their live production of “Peter Pan” for NBC in December and a big-screen production of “Pippin” for the Weinstein Co. Judge Judy, who has had the No. 1-rated first-run syndicated daytime show for the past three years, is going to primetime. CBS will air a one-hour special May 20, following her from a judge in a New York court to “Judge Judy.” If you don’t watch it, you’ll be in contempt of court! © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

CAPRICORN:

Communication to others and/or from others is highlighted on the eighteenth- with a possibly for reference at a future date. The nineteenth thru twenty first may highlight nurturing those within your inner circle; consider sharing some of this same nurturing with self in order to remain in balance. The twenty second and third may indicate moving forward with professional and/or personal needs; energies created by transits may assist you. Consider allowing for much needed rest on the twenty fourth.

AQUARIUS: Transits on the eighteenth create energies which may be very empowering; these same

transits may allow you to become easily distracted; keep in mind the choice is yours. Transits on the nineteenth thru twenty first may bring romance your way- for those who are coupled or single. Transits on the twenty second and third may find you feeling stifled; consider looking toward a female authoritative figure(s). Transits on the twenty fourth open doors to entertain with those within your inner circle from home.

PISCES: Energies created via transits on the eighteenth allow for positive control responses or may

allow for over controlling; flexible self responsibility is indicated. Romance is indicated on the nineteenth through twenty first; a Moon Child is highlighted. The twenty second through third may find your temper imbalanced; consider taking the “higher road” for the best possible outcome(s). Time alone is indicated throughout the twenty fourth.

ARIES: Energies created via transits on the eighteenth may allow you to complete more projects

than anticipated; consider giving yourself permission to not, over do it. The nineteenth thru twenty first allow for nurturing others and self; tempers may rise; the choice is yours. Transits on the twenty second and third may open doors in order to assist those in a female authoritative and/or parental role. The twenty fourth allows for relaxation and/or rest at home or at a place which may feel like a second home.

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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The U.S. Supreme Court was created in 1789 by Article III of the U.S. Constitution. It has remained at nine members since 1869. The current justices are: Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen G. Breyer, Samuel A. Alito, Elena Kagan, Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Anthony Kennedy and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Only four presidents were unable to appoint at least one justice: William Henry Harrison died a month after taking office, though his successor (John Tyler) made an appointment during that presidential term. Zachary Taylor likewise died early in his term, although his successor (Millard Fillmore) also made a Supreme Court nomination before the end of that term. Andrew Johnson, who succeeded to the presidency after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, was denied the opportunity to appoint a justice by a contraction in the size of the Court. Jimmy Carter is the only president who completed at least one full term in office without making a nomination to the Court during his presidency. Three presidents have appointed justices who collectively served more than 100 years: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Andrew Jackson and Abraham Lincoln.

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PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS SINCE 1960 John F. Kennedy (1) Richard M. Nixon

Democratic Republican

Lyndon B. Johnson—D Henry Cabot Lodge—R

Lyndon B. Johnson Barry M. Goldwater

Democratic Republican

Hubert H. Humphrey—D William E. Miller—R

Richard M. Nixon Hubert H. Humphrey George C. Wallace

Republican Democratic American Ind.

Spiro T. Agnew—R Edmund S. Muskie—D Curtis F. LeMay—Al

Richard M. Nixon (2) George McGovern John G. Schmitz

Republican Democratic American

Spiro T. Agnew—R Sargent Shriver—D Thomas J. Anderson—A

Jimmy Carter Gerald R. Ford Eugene J. McCarthy

Democratic Republican Independent

Walter F. Mondale—D Robert J. Dole—R None

Ronald Reagan Jimmy Carter John B. Anderson

Republican Democratic Independent

Walter F. Mondale—D Patrick J. Lucey—I

Ronald Reagan Walter F. Mondale

Republican Democratic

George Bush—R Geraldine A. Ferraro—D

George H. Bush Michael S. Dukakis

Republican Democratic

J. Danforth Quayle—R Lloyd Bentsen—D

William J. Clinton George H. Bush H. Ross Perot

Democratic Republican Independent

Albert A. Gore, J.—D J. Danforth Quayle—R James B. Stockdale—I

William J. Clinton Robert J. Dole H. Ross Perot

Democratic Republican Reform Party

Albert A. Gore, Jr.—D Jack F. Kemp—R Pat Choate—RP

George W. Bush Albert A. Gore Ralph Nader

Republican Democratic Green Party

Richard B. Cheney—R Joseph I. Lieberman—D Winona LaDuke—GP

George W. Bush John F. Kerry

Republican Democratic

Richard B. Cheney—R John Edwards—D

Barack Obama John McCain

Democratic Republican

Joseph Biden—D Sarah Palin—R

Barack Obama Mitt Roomney

Democratic Republican

Joseph Biden—D Paul Ryan—R

(1) Kennedy died November 22, 1963 and Lyndon Johnson succeeded him the same day. (2) Richard Nixon resigned August 9, 19074 and Gerald Ford replaced him the same day

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40K, SE Trim

$

4x4, 6 Speed, Manual, 3K

$

2008 RAM 1500 REG. CAB

2013 JEEP WRANGLER

#FT0180A: Silver, 80,808 Miles

#F0024A: Blue, 47,172 Miles

$

#FP0049: Grey, 32,697 Miles

2012 JEEP LIBERTY 4x4 Leather, Sunroof & More, 23,000 Miles

29,900

$

Laredo, 36K

$

4x4, LT trim, 20” Wheels, 5K

9,995

$

2013 GMC SIERRA REG. CAB

2012 CHEVROLET SILVERADO

8 Cyl., 4x4, 106K

31,900

$

#FP0134A: White, 68,609 Miles

2007 RAM 1500 CREW CAB

8 Cyl., XLT Trim, 18K

6 Cyl., Air, 52K

14,900

25,900

$

2012 CHRYSLER 200 4 Cyl., 1 Owner, Gray, 21K

15,495

$

$

2012 SUBARU IMPREZA PREMIUM Auto., Aluminum Wheels, 28,000 Miles

19,000

$

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