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ZODIACTION: For APRIL 29 - MAY 5, 2018
(A syndicated column created, copyrighted and published by: Dennis Morley)
ARIES: New beginnings and or initiations are indicated for the first half of April twenty ninth; the possible need for balance may be highlighted. The second portion of April twenty ninth thru May first indicates a time for completion and or finishing; answered prayers/desires may be highlighted. Transits indicate a possible urge to “get away from” daily routine from May second thru May fourth; creativity and or travel may be highlighted. Business concerns are indicated throughout May fifth. TAURUS:
Initiation is indicated thru the first part of April twenty ninth; flexibility may be highlighted. The latter half of the twenty ninth thru May first indicates the possibility for a manifested burning desire(s); finishing and or a completion(s) may be highlighted. Consider choosing to place all criticism aside during May second throughout the third; utilizing creativity may be highlighted. The latter half of May fourth throughout the fifth indicates a time for possible display of personal life.
GEMINI: An initiation(s) is/are indicated during the first half of April twenty ninth; time management may be highlighted. Inner desires are indicated to become possible validity from April twenty ninth thru May first; completion may be highlighted. Travel is indicated as a possibility from May second thru the first part of May fourth; mind travel may be highlighted. The second part of May fourth throughout May fifth indicates utilizing balanced Initiation(s); flexibility may be highlighted.
MOON CHILD: The first part April twenty ninth indicates initiation(s) and or a time for a possible new beginning(s). (New) Romance may manifest out of consensual passion from the second portion of April twenty ninth thru May first. May second thru start of May fourth indicates initiation(s) may require tweaking; the need for Higher Education may be highlighted. The second half of May fourth throughout May fifth indicates a time for choosing flexibility within all initiations and new beginnings. LEO: An initiation(s) is/are indicated during the first half of April twenty ninth; a (romantic) partner may be involved. The second part of April twenty ninth thru May first indicates the possibility for a manifested inner desire(s); completion and or finishing may be highlighted. May second thru first part of May fourth indicates a need for letting go of “being right.” twenty seventh. The second half of May fourth throughout May fifth indicates a time for initiating a new possibility(ies).
VIRGO: An initiation(s) is/are indicted during the first part of April twenty ninth; utilizing balance may be highlighted. The second half of April twenty ninth thru May first indicates possible realization of an inner burning desire(s). Versatile flexibility within finishing and or initiation is indicated from May second thru first part of May fourth; creativity may be highlighted. Initiation(s) and or a possible new beginning(s) is/are indicated during May fourth throughout May fifth. LIBRA: Intuition is indicated to remain heightened thru the first half of April twenty ninth; utilizing
self responsibility continues to be highlighted. The latter part of April twenty ninth thru May first indicates a time for finishing and or completion; “perfecting” and organization may be highlighted; Full Moon realizations may become manifested. Allowing for flexibility versus outward and or self criticism is indicated from May second thru fourth. May fourth thru fifth indicates initiations.
SCORPIO: An initiation(s) is/are indicated during the first half of April twenty ninth.
An answer(s) come from within on April twenty ninth thru May first; utilizing self responsibility may be highlighted. May second thru the first half of May fourth indicates a possible need for tweaking while completing and or finishing. The second part of May fourth throughout May fifth indicates a possible new beginning(s) and or initiation(s); a need to utilize flexibility may be highlighted.
SAGITTARIUS: Higher education is indicated within an initiation during the first half of April twenty ninth. Tweaking while finishing and or within completion is indicated from the latter part of April twenty ninth thru May first. Heightened intuition is indicated from May second thru May fourth; a need to utilize self responsibility may be highlighted. Tweaking prior to embarking within a new possibility and or new beginning(s) is indicated from May fourth throughout May fifth. CAPRICORN: An initiation(s) and or a possible new beginning is/are indicated on April twenty
ninth; utilizing balance may be highlighted. Completing is indicated from April twenty ninth’s second half throughout May first; an inner desire(s) may be highlighted. May second through initial part of May fourth indicates a possible need for tweaking within initiation(s). Heightened intuition is indicated from May fourth throughout May fifth; utilizing self responsibility may be highlighted.
AQUARIUS: Transits during the first half of April the twenty ninth indicate an initiation(s); a need
to utilize balance may be highlighted. The latter part of April twenty ninth thru May first indicates the possible realization of an inner burning desire(s); utilizing positive creativity may be highlighted. Transits from May second thru initial half of May fourth indicate adaptable flexibility. The latter part of May four throughout May fifth indicates a time for possible initiation and or new happenings.
PISCES: Transits during the first half of April twenty ninth indicate initiation(s) and or a possible new beginning(s); a need for balance may be highlighted. The second part of April twenty ninth thru May first indicates a time for realization; an inner desire(s) may be highlighted. May second thru the first half of May fourth indicates initiation and or completion via tweaking; a need for expertise may be highlighted. May fourth thru May fifth is indicated to allow for new initiations and possibilities. For Entertainment Purposes Only Psychic; Medium; Astrologer Dennis Morley may be visited at and contacted for consultation via: www.psychicdennismorley.com or email@example.com or call 716-397-3523 or 716-595-2836; please leave a voice message in order to receive a return phone call. 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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Even though I am making attempts to move forward, I seem to be moving backwards and or remaining stagnant. My life and everything within it seems to be out of control. I am appreciative for any assistance with this matter? Anonymous. Your spirit teachers and spirit guides each step forward now in order to assist you with your above inquiry. They are each filling you and your spiritual path with the white light and their unconditional love in order to assist you with their understanding for the truth which you are currently seeking for your self and your spiritual path. Firstly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, when life appears to be creating “back steps,” it is synchronicity, allowing awareness, of possible futuristic success to be known; failure is often a part of success. Secondly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, consider choosing to live each and every here and now moment in aliveness; choose to be happy within every situation and or possibility. Thirdly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, please choose to consider, often times when “things” seem to be out of control, there is a necessity to create new “choices,” via a newly created thought pattern, in order to create an outcome(s) which is desirable. Fourthly, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, an outcome(s) often requires new actions once a new thought pattern has been established/developed. Fifthly, your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, often times we have inspired dreams; these may occur as “night time dream,” and or as, “day time dreams,” which may act as synchronicity, in order to move forward. Sixth, your spirit teachers and spirit guides relay, when one has neither “day dreams” and or “night dreams,” it may be necessary to utilize imagination to create a desired dream, in order to, move forward. Seventh your spirit guides and spirit teachers relay, many times when one’s pursuit “appears” and or “feels” stagnant, it is synchronicity letting us know it is time to change direction(s). Your spirit guides and spirit teachers each step back as it were; they are each filling your spiritual path with their unconditional love and the White Light in order to assist you with their understanding for the truth and understanding which you are currently seeking. For Entertainment Purposes Only
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On Sunday afternoon, The Dunkirk Marauders 10U Travel Baseball team started their season off with a big 3-0 win over Midtown at Fredonia. Dunkirk's pitchers, Thomas Shaffer, Greg Orcutt, and Josh Lemanski combined for 11 strikeouts in a one hit shutout. Shaffer took the win, and Lemanski was awarded the save. Dunkirk's offense was led by Dylan Ott and Henry Leone with 2 hits each. Ott and Gabe Valentine had 2 stolen bases each. Paul Trippy III had the game winning RBI. The 10U Marauders take the road next Sunday to Pioneer for a 1p.m. matchup.
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DUNKIRK Toddler Story Time and Craft - Dunkirk Public Library – Tuesdays and Thursdays – 10:30 – 11:00. For ages 2-5. This will run until June 7th. After the story the kids can play on the computers, play with our dollhouse, color, and read. Free and open to the public. For more information call 366-2511. After School Story Time Story Time and Craft – Dunkirk Public Library -Tuesdays at 3:30 – 4:30 for ages 6 – 8. This will run until June 7th. After the story the kids can play on the computers, play with our dollhouse, color, and read. Free and open to the public. For more information call 366-2511. The library is open Monday thru Thursday 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday 10:00 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m., closed Sunday.
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Spring is finally here and so is The Pet Pantry’s Mothers’Day Craft Show! The only change is we have moved our event to the weekend before Mothers’ Day, May 5-6th. This will help you find that perfect gift for Mom. Better yet, bring her along and let her pick out her gift and stay for lunch. We are still the best craft show in the area. We have 60 handmade only crafters with everything from jewelry to crochet and knit, wood working, soaps, lotions and candles, handmade baskets, cement art, ceramics, textiles, floral designs, painting, candy, and more, and even gluten free baked goods. There is something for everyone. So plan on joining us on May 5-6th at the Chautauqua County fairgrounds 1089 Central Ave. in Dunkirk. Saturday from 10-5 and Sunday from 10-4. Parking is free. Admission is $1.00 and is a donation to The Pet Pantry.
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WESTFIELD, N.Y. – The 2018 Vintage Book and Paper Show & Sale returns to Westfield the first weekend of May. The annual event will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Westfield's Eason Hall (23 Elm St.) on Saturday, May 5, featuring a room full of dealers. Presented by the Chautauqua County Historical Society and organized by CCHS trustee and show chairman Bob Johnston, the Book and Paper Show will feature an estimated 20 different dealers who will be on hand selling vintage and rare books, historic maps, old photographs, postcards, posters, sports memorabilia, and much more. There will also be local and regional history items for sale. All are invited to come and take advantage of what can turn into quite the treasure hunt for historical, artistic, and cultural items of interest. Books are once again a key component of the event, with various dealers selling rare books, hard-to-find classic first editions along with modern first editions, children’s books and various types of history books – including local and regional history. In addition to local books, there will also be local photographs, postcards and other items. This year’s vendors include: Carol Abendschein (Lancaster, NY) - Postcards, Ephemera; Jack Ericson (Westfield, NY) - Communitarian, Ephemera, Prints, Decorative Arts; William Pope (Erie, PA) - Fiction, Children Books, Sheet Music; Ed Schaefer (Maple Springs, NY) - Postcards; Kevin Ransom (Amherst, NY) - Antiquarian Books, Modern First Editions, Children's and Illustrated Books, Western New York Titles; John Weekly (Fredonia, NY) - Antiquarian Books; John Claypool and Mark Steg (Erie, PA) - Antiquarian Books; Duane Test (Pittsburgh, PA) - Photographs, Ephemera, Postcards, Billheads; George Sinclair (Dunkirk, NY) – Postcards; Hopper Historics / Bob Hopper (Falls Church, VA) - Manuscripts/Archives, Ephemera, Photography, Original Art on Paper, Maps and Some Books; Bob Johnston (Jamestown, NY) - Postcards, Ephemera; Adams Collectibles / Jeff Adams (Fredonia, NY) - Chautauqua County, New York State and general History Books and Ephemera; Max Bellard (Pennsylvania) Military, police and fire collectibles, paper and ephemera; Richard Price (Buffalo, NY) - Antique paper goods include photographs, ephemera, framed etchings and lithographs, sheet music, etc.; Willow Patch Books / Tim Tatakis (Rochester, NY) - Natural History, Science, General Fiction; Chautauqua County Historical Society (Westfield, NY) - Local History Books, Information related to The Chautauqua County Historical Society and The McClurg Museum, WWII-era Life Magazines; Chautauqua County Genealogical Society / Wayne Leamer (Chautauqua Co., NY) - Chautauqua County Genealogy Books, Literature, Contacts; Deb Eck (Jamestown, NY) - Book Binder and Installation Artist; Ken Springirth (Local and Regional Railroad Book Author) Western Pennsylvania, New York, and Northeastern Ohio Railroad and Trolley Car Book Signing; Barb Grape (Corry, PA) - Vintage Books and Paper; Roxanne Hitchcock (Sherman, NY) - Vintage Books and Paper; Arlene DeMonstoy (Northeast, PA) - Vintage Books Anyone interested in signing up as a dealer for this year’s event or a future Book and Paper Show can contact Johnston at (716) 338-5051. Admission to the event is $5, Students $3, and children 12 and under admitted free when accompanied by an adult. All proceeds being used to benefit the Chautauqua County Historical Society and its programs. Door prizes will be given out to all who pay to attend. For more information, including directions and general inquiries, please visit www.BookAndPaperShow.com or contact the historical society at (716) 326-2977. For more information on the historical society, visit www.McClurgMuseum.org.
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(1) Offer ends 4/30/18. Subject to approved installment credit with John Deere Financial. Example: based on a purchase of $16,405 with 10% down payment, monthly payment of $169 at 0% APR for 84 months. Warranty limitations may apply. Tax not included. Some restrictions apply. See dealer for details. *The engine horsepower and torque information is provided by the engine manufacturer to be used for comparison purposes only. Actual operating horsepower will be less. Refer to the engine manufacturer’s web site for additional information.
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2018 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB, EXPRESS 2018 JEEP COMPASS LATITUDE V-6, 4x4
USED CAR BARGAINS 2012 CHEVROLET MALIBU LS 4 DOOR 72,000 Miles
2014 JEEP WRANGLER RUBICON
Lift Kit, 6 Speed Manual, Bluetooth, 23,000 Miles
2010 NISSAN ROGUE SL AWD 60,000 Miles
2018 JEEP WRANGLER 4 DR. SAHARA Only 53 Miles. Stop & See It
2017 DODGE JOURNEY CROSSROAD
7 Passenger, Rear Air & Heat, 15,000 Miles
2014 FORD MUSTANG GT 5.0 V8, Stick Shift, Only 2,500 Miles
2017 RAM 1500 QUAD LARAMIE 4x4
Only 5,000 Milkes! Loaded! Leather Heated & Cooled Seats & More
SPECIAL PURCHASE Many To Choose From
2017 RAM 1500 CREW CAB 4x4 SLT
13,000-19,000 Miles, Bluetooth, Bed Liner
29,000 Miles, Heated Seats & Wheel, 8.4” Radio
2016 JEEP CHEROKEE SPORT 4x4
Only 6,300 Miles! Super Clean!
Only 13,000 Miles, Loaded
2017 JEEP PATRIOT LATITUDE
Choice of 2! Remote Start, Heated Seats
19,900 $23,900 $32,000 $18,900 2017 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE LAREDO 4x4 2,500 Miles
28,900 $38,900 $34,900 $27,900
2015 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE V6
2016 DODGE DURANGO CITADEL AWD
2014 BUICK ENCORE
1 Local Owner, 19,000 Miles, Power Seat
2016 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE OVERLAND
2 To Choose From
2016 JEEP RENEGADE TRAILHAWK 4x4
29,000 Miles, Power Windows, Locks, Remote Start
2017 JEEP CHEROKEE LIMITED 4x4
2017 JEEP GR. CHEROKEE OVERLAND
High Altitude, 4x4, 15,000 Miles, Safety Tec Pkg., Moonroof, Heated & Cooled Heats
Leather, Loaded, 35,000 Miles
11,000 Miles, Loaded, White, Safety Pkg., Heated & Cooled Seats
2013 GMC SIERRA SLE 4x4
2015 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDE
2015 JEEP CHEROKEE LATTITUDE V6
13,000 Miles, Heated Seats & Wheel, 8.4” Radio
35,000 Miles, Heated Seats & Wheel, 8.4” Radio
2014 FORD ESCAPE SE AWD
2015 CHRYSLER 200C V6
33,900 $19,900 $38,900
Extended Cab, 5.3 V8, Super Clean, 46,000 Miles
23,400 $18,900 $18,900
2015 BUICK REGAL TURBO AWD
Mid-Sized Luxury At Its Finest! Loaded w/Leather & More
4 Cyl. Turbo, Power Seat, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, 50,000 Miles
Luxury Gray, 8.4” Radio w/Nav., Leather Heated & Cooled Seats, 19,000 Miles
18,900 19,500 15,900 $19,900 $14,300 $16,900 $
2015 CHRYSLER 2015 CHRYSLER 2017 CHRYSLER 2017 CHRYSLER 2017 CHRYSLER 2014 CHRYSLER 200C 300 LIMITED 300 LIMITED PACIFICA PACIFICA TOWN & COUNTRY Only 6,800 Miles! AWD AWD TOURING TOURING TOURING-L Leather Heated Seats, Remote Start & More
Style & Luxury All At A Great Price. 14,010 Miles, Leather Heated Seats
36,000 Miles, 17,000 Miles, Power Seat, Power Leather Heated Sliding Door Seats, 8.4” Radio
28,000 Miles, Power Seat, Power Sliding Doors
Leather Heated Seats, Safety Tec Pkg., Rear DVD & More, 38,000 Miles
$ 19,900 22,900 15,900 26,900 22,900 19,900 $
**Includes non-prime Retail Bonus Cash. Must finance with Chrysler Capital and have a credit score below 620 to be eligible for all rebates. Leases are 36 mos./10,000 miles per year for customers with Tier 1 credit. First payment and registration due at signing.
10294 Rt. 60, Fredonia
Dunkirk, Fredonia, Westfield 4/29/2018 Edition Penny Saver