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Pirates win was a joy for the whole country. Unfortunately, those heady times ushered in the scandalous era of drug use in Major League Baseball, and the Pirates were implicated. In 1985, all sorts of Pirates admitted to using cocaine, and some players never really recovered from the grand jury testimony they gave. For a brief time in the late ‘80s, the Pirates had the Anticipation most promising team in in Pittsburgh the majors. With baseball geniuses like Sid Bream If you atwere born in Pittsand Jim Leyland the reins burgh after the Bush Sr. and an outfield consisting you have of Barryadministration, Bonds, Andy Van never seenBonilla, the Pirates put Slyke and Bobby together winning the Pirates lookedalike they season. But if you are old enough were a dynasty in the makto remember Jimmy ing. Instead, along with the Carter, then you also might once-prominent Kansas City recall a a baseball Royals, monster they hadof to shed player known as “Pops” players due to a lack of rev- Stargell who in ledthe hisleague. “family” to the enue sharing World Series in 1979. The Pirates once fielded a The Pirates are team for $9 million ... less winning year, andon it’sthe a big story. than one this player made ButDodgers. that 1979 team? That’s Yankees or a story I’d like to share with Now a sharing mechanism thosetheofteam you has who don’t exists, and it. As of the invested know it wisely. Building the “Pops” All-Star break, the off Pirates the inPirates were have the theme, best record the called “The major leagues, andFamily,” their and as it was still the PNC Disco era, the house, the beautiful team adopted Sister Park, is beginning to feel like Sledge’s “We fit Are Family” as its a home finally for another anthem. The Family had a generation of family. peculiar sense. With Mark Vasto is fashion a veteran outspoken ballplayers like sportswriter who lives in David Parker, Mike Easler Kansas City. andFeatures Pops Synd., himself, © 2013 King Inc. naturally, it only made sense that their clothing matched their personalities. On the field they wore the infamous “cakebox hats” that were talked about almost as much as the team. Three Rivers Stadium, silent for the past seven years, came alive as Pops and Parker slugged home runs, the chants of “Family!” coming after every shot. Parker wore T-shirts that said things like “If you hear any noise, it’s just me and the boys boppin.” There was a lot of noise in 1979. The Pirates only gained in popularity when they took on the Baltimore Orioles, coming from behind to beat the bickering Jim Palmer and Earl Weaver-led team

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after being down 3-1. To add to the family drama, Pirates skipper Chuck Tanner’s mother passed away after game five. In a season marked by strife — the death of Thurman Munson, the hostages in Iran, the “misery index” — watching the Pirates win was a joy for the whole country. Unfortunately, those heady times ushered in the scandalous era of drug use in Major League Baseball, and the Pirates were implicated. In 1985, all sorts of Pirates admitted to using cocaine, and some players never really recovered from the grand jury testimony they gave. For a brief time in the late ‘80s, the Pirates had the most promising team in the majors. With baseball geniuses like Sid Bream and Jim Leyland at the reins and an outfield consisting of Barry Bonds, Andy Van Slyke and Bobby Bonilla, the Pirates looked like they were a dynasty in the making. Instead, along with the once-prominent Kansas City Royals, they had to shed players due to a lack of revenue sharing in the league. The Pirates once fielded a team for $9 million ... less than one player made on the Yankees or Dodgers. Now a sharing mechanism exists, and the team has invested it wisely. As of the All-Star break, the Pirates have the best record in the major leagues, and their house, the beautiful PNC Park, is beginning to feel like a home finally fit for another generation of family. Mark Vasto is a veteran sportswriter who lives in Kansas City. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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ZODIACTION: For JULY 21 - 27

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MOON CHILD: Transits indicate taking life in stride on the twenty first and second;

LIBRA: Transits indicate flexibility on the twenty first and second in order to allow you to create and take the best possible outcomes and actions under the full moon. You may be feeling center stage or behind the curtains when surrounded by other people from the twenty third through the twenty sixth. The twenty second may bring you to the “destination” which allows a current dream to be realized. Harmony is indicated in romance on the twenty seventh; self responsibility is to be made priority. SCORPIO: Keeping mind; body; and spirit a priority is highlighted from the twenty first through

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SAGITTARIUS: Transits indicate communications of all forms, within all of life’s sectors, may

work to your advantage on the twenty first and second when projected criticism is taken out of

1. Name the only switchhitter to compile at least 300 home runs and 300 stolen bases in his career. 2. Which was the last major-league team to use six different starting pitchers in a World Series? 3. Name the two schools that played in the first college football game, in 1869. 4. When was the last time in franchise history before Name the only that switchthe1.2012-13 season the hitterAngeles to compile at least Los Clippers had home and 300winstoat300 least anruns 11-game len bases in his career. ning streak? 2. InWhich the Jarlast 5. 2013, was brothers major-league team toStaal use ed, Eric and Jordan six different starting pitchplayed together for Caroers inthe a World lina, fourthSeries? brother trio twoinschools to 3. doName so in athe game NHL that played in the history. Name twofirst of colthe legethree. football game, in first 1869. 6. Who was the last male 4. When wasWill the Claye last time athlete before of in franchise history before the U.S. in 2012 to medal theboth 2012-13 season that the in the Olympic long Los Angeles Clippers jump and the triple jump?had at7. least 11-game How an many times windid ning streak? golfer Greg Norman finish 5. Insecond 2013,orbrothers either third at Jarthe ed, Eric and Jordan Staal Masters? played together for CaroAnswers lina, the fourth brother trio who to1.doCarlos so in aBeltran, game in NHL reached marktwo in 2012. history. the Name of the 2. Pittsburgh, in 1971. first three. 3. defeated 6.Rutgers Who was the lastPrincmale eton. athlete before Will Claye of 4. U.S. It was the to 1974-75 the in 2012 medal season, the franchise in bothwhen the Olympic long was based in Buffalo. jump and the triple jump? 5. The Bentleys (Chi7. How many times did cago, the Plagers golfer1940s), Greg Norman finish (St. Louis, 1970s) andatthe either second or third the Stastnys Masters?(Quebec, 1980s). 6. Japan’s Naoto Tajima, Answers in 1936. 1. Six Carlos 7. timesBeltran, - secondwho in reached mark 2012.in 1986, ‘87the and ‘96;inthird 2. ‘95 Pittsburgh, ‘89, and ‘99.in 1971. 3. Rutgers defeated Princ© 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. eton. 4. It was the 1974-75 season, when the franchise was based in Buffalo. 5. The Bentleys (Chicago, 1940s), the Plagers (St. Louis, 1970s) and the Stastnys (Quebec, 1980s). 6. Japan’s Naoto Tajima, in 1936. 7. Six times - second in 1986, ‘87 and ‘96; third in ‘89, ‘95 and ‘99.

gentleness and kindness is included. Transits indicate avoiding the unnecessary 1.the Is quotient the bookand of Pergamos while around others on the twenty third and fourth. Ambitious and self responsible actions within in the Old or New Testament the financial sector on the twenty fifth and sixth may create monetary gain on or around the or neither? 2.twenty From seventh. the bookThis of may Gen-professional or personal. esis, how did theThe animals CAPRICORN: skies are illuminated on the twenty first and second. Energies created by enter Ark?youSingle this Noah’s transit allows to connect with your inner self and may allow you to take flexible action on file,either In pairs, Huddles bringing of 3, about current prayers or desires. Self responsibility is indicated day- possibly through Clusters of the 4 twenty seventh. “Be true to Yourself,” is indicated throughout this week. Relatives friends arewas highlighted 3.and What prophet thrown through out the twenty seventh; returned favors and/or borrowed maypit, require fulfillment. intomonies a muddy sinking in theAQUARIUS: mire? Caleb, Joshua, CurrentJertransits indicate wise financial investing through month’s duration; self emiah, Zimri to seek professional advice from one ( or more ) who make their living in this career responsibility 4.isThe book ofModeration Nahum preindicated. is indicated with in all of life’s sectors through the twenty sixth, with the same action, to possibly be taken on the twenty seventh. You may find yourself dicts thetype fallofofmoderate what city? 1.inIssocial theTarsus, book ofCaesarea, Pergamos —3— settings involving other people on twenty third and fourth. You may find romance Nineveh, onNew the twenty seventh. in beaming the Old or Testament Capernaum or5.neither? From the Beatitudes, PISCES: Transits indicate not taking anything for granted from the twenty first through the 2. From the book of Genwho shall seventh; inherit the twenty thisearth? is highlighted by transits on the twenty fifth and twenty sixth, when left esis, how Merciful, didvia, themaking animals Mourners, Meanunattended, use of self responsibility. This may include lovingly holding another(s) to enter Noah’s Ark? onSingle theirMeek responsibility the twenty seventh. Possible mundane realities may manifest for you ingful, file, In pairs, Huddles of 3, theperson Capricorn Moon on the twenty second. Please keep in thought, your plans for 6.under What alsoFull was Clusters 4 not another be their plans, and may hurt known byofmay the name Israel? 3. What prophet wasJames thrown Aaron, Jacob, Philip, ARIES: Emotions may run high on the twenty first second; consider keeping kindness and into a muddy pit, sinking in flexibility towards others as a part of your itinerary. Self responsibility is indicated through the ANSWERS: 1)Joshua, Neither; the mire? Caleb, twenty seventh where itJercomes to others. Another emotional roller coaster may occur on the 2) In pairs; 3) Jeremiah; 4) emiah, Zimri twenty 5) fifth and sixth; utilizing all senses is indicated in order to keep the pot from unnecessarily Nineveh; Meek; 6) Jacob 4.boiling The book Nahum preover. ofThe twenty seventh brings about a new day and allows actions to be made out of Comments? More Trivia? dicts the fallattachments. of what city? emotional Visit www.TriviaGuy.com Nineveh, Tarsus, Caesarea, TAURUS: Flexibility and kindness are key words on the twenty first and second as indicated by Capernaum © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. This may mean sharing center stage with another(s)- alone, or with you 5.current Fromtransits. the Beatitudes, remaining at theirthe side. This may include a romantic and/or business partner. A parental ( likely who shall inherit earth? father ) figure(s) and/or Authoritative figure(s) may be watching. The outcome may be to your Mourners, Merciful, Meanadvantage on or by the twenty seventh or eighth. Romance is in the air; single Taurus may find ingful, your Meek life mate at your side this week. 6. What person also was GEMINI: Transits you to naturally glow ( and your glowing to be seen by others ) through known by the nameallow Israel? the twenty especially on the twenty second under the Full Moon ). This is a heads up Aaron, Jacob,seventh Philip, (James for all of the possible magnetism coming your way. Desired changes to daily routine may be ANSWERS: 1) Neither; more easily constructed under current transits. Your Ruling Planet once again for its first full 2) week In pairs; 3) for Jeremiah; 4) allows easier communication with others and self. Impossibilities may now turn into Nineveh; 5) Meek; 6) difficult Jacob effort. possibilities without Comments? More Trivia? Psychic; Medium; Astrologer Dennis Morley may be visited at and contacted for Visit www.TriviaGuy.com consultation via: www.psychicdennismorley.com or

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VIRGO: Transits indicate thorough investigation prior to leaping into projects which include financial risks from your behalf on the twenty first and second. Well thought out financial investing or spending may occur from the twenty third through the twenty seventh when any form of gambling is excluded. Transits indicate smooth communications on the twenty fifth and sixth —2— between a romantic partner and your self. Purchasing within your means is indicated on the twenty seventh.

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LEO: Consider stress free activities from the twenty first through the third which may allow you to unwind and feel some quality of calm. The twenty third and fourth may bring you into contact with small or large groups of people; when you are in a leadership position, keep in mind, it is your considerations and actions which set the pace. Moderation within all of life’s sectors is indicated on the twenty fifth and sixth. Financial gain may be seen by the end of this week when gambling is absent.

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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 turnout for a state Public Service Commission public hearing this past week was amazing! An estimated 2,000 people from all walks of life and all parts of Chautauqua County flooded the Williams Center at SUNY Fredonia to support the repowering of the NRG plant in Dunkirk. The attendance strongly demonstrates the importance of this project to our county, our businesses, and our people. NRG has two options ahead. It can either close its aging coal fired plant along Lake Erie, or it can convert it into a cleaner, more environmentally friendly natural gas powered plant. The $700million investment would create jobs and sustain critically important power production in Western New York. In addition, NRG is the single largest taxpayer in Chautauqua County. The PSC is required to consider a number of issues in making this determination. Those issues naturally include electric rates, power capacity and need, and transmission capabilities. And now, because of new legislation supported by Senator Cathy Young and Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, the PSC must also consider the economic impact on a community when a decision is being made to shut down power plants. The throngs of people who flooded the public hearing last week clearly demonstrate that the community wants and needs the NRG plant to be converted to natural gas. Mothballing the facility would be a huge blow to the City of Dunkirk, the Dunkirk School system, and all of Chautauqua County. If you attended the hearing and did not get a chance to speak, you can still make your voice heard. The public comment period 1. condi-16. The PSC will take written has MEDICAL: been extendedThe to August 1. Which group had a hit tion called nephrolithiasis comments, or you can go to is their website and enter your with “Take the be Money more commonly to direct comments online. referred A link to the case page can found and on Run”? thewhat? Chamber’s website at www.chautauquachamber.org. as Name thethis singer who sincerely thank everyone out for critically 2. We CONGRESS: What did who2.turned recorded the title song on important hearing at SUNY Fredonia. It was heartwarming to see the acronym HUAC stand business people alongside laborers,the senior citizens next to young soundtrack of the 1964 for? people, and democrats beside republicans, all fighting James Bond film?for the 3. INVENTIONS: same cause. We can andWhat do stand as singleYour county whenFlow” the 3.a“Let Love 19th-century ranching aid stakes are high.

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Crime of Privilege By Walter Walker (Ballantine Books, $26) Reviewed by Rose McAllister Croke “Don’t we pay for all the things we do?” wrote Hemingway. No one knows this better than George Becket, the not-so-innocent main character in Walter Walker’s book “Crime of Privilege.” While he wasn’t born to privilege, George understands how it works and has benefited from it through the influence of his connections. A lawyer by trade, George works in the office of the Cape and Islands district-attorney’s office — a job he acquired after he witnessed the rape of a drunken young woman by members of the Gregory family, one of Cape Cod’s most revered and influential political families. Haunted by the fact that he did little to stop the craven attack and his subsequent testimony that exonerated the perpetrators, George spends years in denial while also seeking redemption and absolution. When approached by another man whose daughter was brutally slain nine years prior

This deal occurred in the final of the 2001 Bermuda Bowl. The event, held in Paris, was won by the United States, which made a remarkable comeback in the 128-deal match after trailing Norway by 79 International Match Points at the half. The U.S. victory was particularly notable because it marked the first time a woman — Rose Meltzer — had ever won the world open team title. The bidding shown took place when Lew Stansby and Chip Martel were NorthSouth for the U.S. Martel’s five-heart response to four notrump indicated two key cards (two aces, or an ace and the king of trumps). His six-spade bid denied hold-

ing either minor-suit king, so Stansby settled for the small slam. Martel won the opening heart lead with dummy’s ace, discarding a diamond, and then misguessed how to start the spades by cashing dummy’s ace. This created a trump winner for West, and although it might seem that declarer was in danger of also losing an eventual diamond finesse to West’s king, Martel actually had matters well under control. He next ruffed dummy’s remaining heart, cashed the king of spades and then played the Q-K-A of clubs. If West ruffed, he would be forced to return a diamond into South’s A-Q or else lead a heart, allowing declarer to discard a diamond from dummy while ruffing in his hand. If West did not ruff, he could later be thrown on lead with the spade queen to produce the same result. Either way, Martel was sure to make the slam. At the other table, the Norwegian North-South pair reached seven spades and finished down two after declarer also misguessed the spades and subsequently lost a finesse to the diamond king. The 1,630-point swing gave the U.S. a 17-IMP pickup on the deal. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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No-Kill Movement Gaining Followers DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I’ve read more and more reports recently of lost dogs being euthanized at shelters even before a posted “grace period” has passed — less than three days in some cases. How can shelters justify this, and why am I seeing so much in the news about it? — Lila in Tucson, Ariz. DEAR LILA: Some shelters have exceptions to their grace-period rules, and those exceptions vary. It’s not a great answer for owners who worry about their dogs getting out and getting lost, and it’s tragic for owners whose pets have been euthanized at shelters with such practices. There’s a growing movement toward promoting “nokill” shelters, which house dogs, cats and other animals and do not routinely euthanize them, even if they’re unadoptable or unclaimed. You may be seeing the results of increased publicity by nokill advocacy groups, which often function as watchdogs of the shelter industry.

Many argue that it’s often necessary to have a program to “put down” ownerless dogs and cats, due to overpopulation. No-kill advocates rebut that the stray population is not as high as it’s made out to be, and that alternative programs can be implemented to control the population without putting animals to death. For example, nonprofits like No Kill Advocacy Center help shelters develop feral-cat trap/ neuter/release programs and develop programs like pet retention (helping owners keep their pets) and foster care. People who are concerned about accidental (or bureaucracy-driven) euthanasia of lost pets can learn from nokill advocacy organizations about how to take action in their communities to reduce or eliminate this tragic circumstance. Send your questions or comments to ask@pawscorner. com. Did you know mosquitos can transmit heartworm larvae to dogs, but fleas don’t? Find out more in my new book, “Fighting Fleas,” available now. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Many argue that it’s often No-Kill Movement necessary to have a program Gaining Followers to “put down” ownerless DEAR PAW’S COR- dogs and cats, due to overNER: I’ve read more and population. No-kill advomore reports recently of cates rebut that the stray lost dogs being euthanized population is not as high as at shelters even before a it’s made out to be, and that posted “grace period” has alternative programs can be passed — less than three implemented to control the days in some cases. How population without putting can shelters justify this, animals to death. For examand why am I seeing so ple, nonprofits like No Kill much in the news about Advocacy Center help shelters develop feral-cat trap/ it? — Lila in Tucson, Ariz. neuter/release By Samantha Weaver programs and DEAR LILA: Some shel- develop programs like pet ters have exceptions to their retention (helping owners • It was President have brief grace-period rules, Abraand customary keep their to pets) anda foster ham who made included on the thoseLincoln exceptions vary. the It’s summary care. following observation: not a greatsage answer for own- dust jacket of such books, People who are concerned ers who their along “The manworry who isabout incapable with a picture of an about accidental (or bureaudogs getting out andisgetting of making a mistake inca- attractive woman. Burgess cracy-driven) euthanasia of lost, and it’s tragic for own- followed pable of anything.” – with lost pets this can custom learn from noers whose pets athave been akill twist. On the cover of his • Researchers Harvard advocacy organizations euthanized atonce shelters with piece an take image of in a University decided about was how to action such with her hand held to testpractices. several varieties of woman their communities to reduce There’s a growing move- to mouth, as shouting. Coca-Cola to determine orher eliminate thisif tragic cirment toward promoting “noThe caption for this image cumstance. their effectiveness, if any, as shelters, The whichresults? house was “Belinda Blurb, or incomthe Send your questions akill” spermicide. dogs, cats and other animals of blurbing,” and bold ments to ask@pawscorner. Diet Coke was the most act and do not routinely eutha- com. Did at the of the dust youtop know mosquieffective, while New Coke letters nize them, even if they’re jacket declared, this is tos can transmit“Yes, heartworm was the least. Upon hearing unadoptable or unclaimed. alarvae Blurb!”toThe namebut stuck. dogs, fleas of themay tests, a representative You be seeing the results don’t? Find out more in my for the company issued the • On an average day in the of increased publicity by no- new book, “Fighting Fleas,” following statement: “We United States, there will be kill advocacy groups, which available now. do notfunction promoteasCoca-Cola often watchdogs 10 reported UFO sightings. for medical •©It2013 seems artist Leonof the shelterpurposes. industry. It is a Kingthat Features Synd., Inc. soft drink.” ardo da Vinci pioneered • The minnow has teeth, the paint-by-numbers style but they’re not in its mouth; of art. He would sketch a they’re found in the throat. piece, then number certain • Ever wonder where sections for his assistants to we get the term “blurb” to paint. *** indicate a short summary or promotional piece accomThought for the Day: panying a creative work? “People demand freedom At a trade association din- of speech to make up for ner in 1907, author Gelett the freedom of thought Burgess presented attend- which they avoid.” — Soren ees with a limited edition Kierkegaard © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc. of one of his books. It was

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SILVER CREEK: Mabel C. Warner, 85, of Silver Creek, passed away Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at her home following an extended illness. She was surrounded in death by her loving family. Mrs. Warner was born in Silver Creek on June 1, 1928, the daughter of the late Raymond C. and Agnes E. (Erdle) Bebee. She was a graduate of Silver Creek Central School, Class of 1946 and a member of the National Honor Society. After graduation, Mrs. Warner was employed at the former Bartlett Oil. She worked at Petri Bakery for 12 years and was employed as a toll collector on the New York State Thruway for 25 years, retiring in 1990, at age 62. Mrs. Warner spent the remainder of her life traveling, volunteering and enjoying life. She was a member of First United Presbyterian Church, Silver Creek, where she served as both Elder and Deacon and sang in the church choir. Mrs. Warner also served on two Pastoral nominating committees. She was a past member of the former Priscilla Circle and a member of the Deborah Circle, serving as President for many years. Mrs. Warner also served on a number of other various church related committees. She worked on the annual Geranium Sale and the Grape Pie sale during the Grape Festival. Mrs. Warner was active in numerous other organizations, committees and activities. She played on several bowling leagues including Thursday morning Ladies League. Mrs. Warner had also belonged to the former Fortnightly Club, the former Silver Creek Garden Club, Silver Creek Senior Citizens, Sheridan Happy Seniors, Tuesday Afternoon Book Club, the Lake Erie Bird Club, ARIES (March 21for to April VIPsatwho be looking and volunteered RSVP and St.might Columban’s on 19) Lake With for newover facts20 to years. work for someone like you to take the with,Asyou feel moreshe on upcoming anshould avid traveler, hadanvisited every project. state in confident in moving ahead. Good luck. the Union, with the exception of Texas. Mrs. Warner But continue to do soextensively at an SCORPIO (October 23 had also traveled in Canada. She also unhurried pace cruises, so you can to November Meeting a went on many enjoying each and21) every port of spot details you might otherformer adversary might be call. Mrs. Warner was an avid hiker, at age 84, she wise miss. at first. But timein hiked a mile and a half onunsettling the Appalachian Trail TAURUS (April 20 to has softened hard feelings, Maine. She also was an enthusiastic “birder” and May 20) Taking that new and you could on the outdoor lover. on Her binoculars were herbeconstant workplace project could be brink of starting a new companion. Mrs. Warner loved to crochet gifts forrelaher one ofand yourfriends, smartershe career family was ationship. self-taught quilter. Two of moves. Expectprojects a surprising SAGITTARIUS her favorite were patchwork quilts(Novemfor her show of support from someber 22 to December 21) A daughters. For many years, she saved old clothing one who had always been a troubling situation close to from each daughter and herself. From these, Mrs. critic. home might cause you to Warner made the quilts using patches from all their GEMINI (May 21 to June change your travel plans. favorite clothes. Each is a beautifully done memory 20) You might feel you’re But getting all the facts “quilt.” Warner aloved family, her friends and too busyMrs. to undertake new her before you act might cause she loved “life”, especially living responsibility. But check it you life. to reconsider. Her survivors daughters, Kathleen out before making anyinclude deci- two CAPRICORN (Decem(Richard) of Jamestown Christine sions. WhatFerri you learn could ber 22and to January 19) (Ted) You Kennedy of Silver Creek. 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GOWANDA: Mary Lou Hubbard, 72, a resident of Gowanda Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, Gowanda and a lifelong resident of Cottage, NY, died Wednesday, July 10, 2013 at her residence, following an extended illness. She was born in Salamanca, on April 8, 1941, the daughter of the late Emery J. and Marion L. (Bromley) Bartholomew. Mrs. Hubbard was a member of Cottage United Methodist Church and the Forestville Chapter #247 Order of Eastern Star. Mrs. Hubbard loved ceramics and motorcycle riding. Survivors include her husband Donald F. Hubbard, of South Dayton, whom she married December 20, 1957, in Gowanda, two sons Brian (Sally) Hubbard, of North Collins, Marty (Tammy) Hubbard, of East Bernstadt, KY, and three brothers, Raymond (Linda) Bartholomew, of Gowanda, Dave (Barb) Bartholomew, of West Seneca and Bruce (Jennie) Bartholomew, of Gowanda. Also surviving are five grandchildren, one great grandchild and several nieces and nephews. The family suggests memorial donations may be made to the Order of Eastern Star Forestville Chapter #247, %Kathy Parker, Treasurer, 596 Waterman Road, Forestville, NY 14062. Arrangements were by Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, Forestville. To send condolences go to www.rilesandwoolleyfuneralhome.com.

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ASK PSYCHIC; MEDIUM; ASTROLOGER I am looking for some closure for my God son’s passing into Spirit. Please share anything you may receive? Anonymous. I have a young man’s spirit who steps in here. (In order to protect each person’s anonymity, including your own, only initials are being used instead of names ). He tells me his name is J; he relays he is your Godson. He goes on to relay his siblings and family used to live in a house next door to where you currently abide. He relays he was not your only Godchild; he is telling you for validation purposes, his brother M ( who currently continues to walk in body ) is also your Godson. He shows me another brother who remains in body named I; J relays you and I are very close. J relays there is also a much younger sister who you did come to know as well as he and his brothers due to his mother and family moving a great distance from you during his sister’s youth. J shows me he wore a uniform at the time of his physical death and his crossing into spirit. He says there were four other men who passed with him from a missile/air borne bomb hitting their vehicle ( area they were located at ) . He says the vehicle was blown into smithereens and their bodies were blown into shreds. He relays at first none of them were aware they had passed into spirit. He says one of the other men, named D, and he remained together in spirit for awhile until they realized where they were and they assisted one another to cross into the light. J says due to the condition of his corpse he had a closed coffin at his funeral. He said he was stationed in Iraq when his physical death and his crossing into spirit occurred. J goes onto relay his mother has never come to accept his passing, nor has she been able to move beyond his closed casket. J is requesting you do not discuss this article or show this article to his mother until she comes to you specifically, regarding his crossing into spirit. J is also calling you Aunt at this point and using your first name after relaying “Aunt.” He also says you would have only called him by J even though he and his peers used nick name for another. J says he rarely used the term Aunt with you- and when he did- it was a verification to you, in order for you, to understand how serious he was regarding what he was saying. J does go onto to relay his younger siblings were known to call you Aunt. He is showing me he is an older spirit and he never reflected being a child, even when he was chronologically, physically younger while his spirit was in body. J tells me you will understand and respect his “old man” status. J says he specifically came in to let you and your primary family know he is living in aliveness on the spirit side of life and still has a great sense of humor- mostly “dry.” J then relays to you, “get over it” and know I am still me- just, no longer is my spirit contained within a body. J relays to you and all connected to him, “Much unconditional love and Gods White Light to each of you.” J then departs to continue on with his eternal journey. You may write your questions to Dennis for consideration to: or go to his Web Site at: and send him an e-mail directly from there. You can also set up individual appointments from there as well.

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Smoking is the greatest cause of COPD, emphysema and chronic bronchitis, but not the only cause. In past days, workers in mines inhaling the dust were subject to emphysema, as were people who worked in cotton mills. Those who made a living in grain-processing plants also were subject to COPD. Now stringent regulations protect these workers. An inherited condition, called alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, also leads to emphysema. Alpha-1 antitrypsin tells cells that scrub the interior of air sacs to stop scrubbing when the air sacs are clean. Without its signal, scrubbing goes on, and the air sacs are destroyed. I have never heard of emphysema arising in a situation like your fellow worker describes. She must be happy explaining her condition the way she does. Let her be happy. It’s her way of coping with the illness. She also must be smart enough to know that smoking is harming her greatly, regardless of her emphysema cause. The booklet on COPD explains this common malady in clear terms. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue — No. 601W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Allow four weeks for delivery. *** Dr. Donohue regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but he will incorporate them in his column whenever possible. Readers may write him or request an order form of available health newsletters at P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. © 2013 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

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It used to be that if seniors received physical therapy, they had to get better or Medicare wouldn’t pay for it. If their condition later got worse, Medicare would jump back in and pay for more treatment. It was the same for coverage of other types of skilled care: rehabilitation, nursing (care that can’t be given by a non-medical person), speech therapy and more. No improvement meant that it wouldn’t be paid for. But some seniors won’t get better. Their improvement reaches a plateau and stops. Or perhaps they have a chronic disability. They do, however, need care to maintain the levels they currently have. And with home health or outpatient care, they could continue to live at home. There was a lawsuit, and the judge agreed: Getting better isn’t required to keep coverage. This change takes place immediately, and per a Kaiser Health News bulletin, it applies to “care by skilled professionals in outpatient therapy, home health care and nursing homes.”

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These hot dogs are the perfect snack for camping. 1 package (16-ounce) hot dogs 1 can (11-ounce) refrigerated soft bread stick dough 1. Preheat greased skillet or prepare campfire. Insert a 10-inch wooden skewer into one end of each hot dog until the skewer reaches the opposite end. Wrap the exposed end of the skewer in aluminum foil. 2. Unroll bread sticks; separate into strips. Wrap one bread stick around each hot dog, in a spiral fashion. Place on grill grate over medium-low heat or hold over campfire. 3. Cook for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the hot dog is cooked through and the dough is golden brown, turning frequently. Makes 10 servings. • Each serving: About 230 calories, 15g total fat (6g saturated), 27mg cholesterol, 694mg sodium, 15g total carbs, 8g protein.

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Pam’s Banana Toffee Pie I created this delectable pie for my daughter-inlaw, Pam, just in time for her birthday. She says it’s soooooo good that she’ll gladly let me share the recipe. 2 cups (2 medium) sliced bananas 1 (6-ounce) purchased graham cracker pie crust 2 tablespoon toffee bits 1 (4-serving) package MAIL FORM & PAYMENT TO EITHER OF OUR OFFICES sugar-free instant banana-cream pudding mix 2/3 cup nonfat dry milk powder 1 1/3 cups water 1 cup reduced-calorie Issue(s) Ad Is To Appear In: whippetopping 2 tablespoons pur- Dunkirk-Fredonia-Westfield ________________ Silver Creek________________ chased graham cracker crumbs Run Date(s) _________________________________________________________ 1. Layer banana slices in pie crust. Evenly sprinkle 1 tablespoon toffee bits over Check Money Order Amt. Enclosed:top. ____________________ 2. In a large bowl, combine Credit Card #________________________________________________________ dry pudding mix, dry milk (Visa or MasterCard Only) powder and water. Mix well, Signature: ___________________________________ Exp. Date: ______________ using a wire whisk. Blend in 1/4 cup whipped topping. Spread mixture evenly over bananas. Refrigerate 5 minutes. 3. Evenly spread remaining 3/4 cup whipped topping over set filling. Sprinkle graham cracker crumbs and remaining 1 tablespoon toffee bits over top. Refrigerate at least 1 hour. Makes 8 servings. • Each serving equals: 206 calories, 6g fat, 4g protein, 34g carb., 358mg sodium, 1g

These hot dogs are the perfect snack for camping. 1 package (16-ounce) hot dogs 1 can (11-ounce) refrigerated soft bread stick dough 1. Preheat greased skillet or prepare campfire. Insert a 10-inch wooden skewer into one end of each hot dog until the skewer reaches the opposite end. Wrap the exposed end of the skewer in aluminum foil. 2. Unroll bread sticks; separate into strips. Wrap one bread stick around each hot dog, in a spiral fashion. Place on grill grate over medium-low heat or hold over campfire. 3. Cook for 8 to 10 minutes, or until the hot dog is cooked through and the dough is golden brown, turning frequently. Makes 10 servings. • Each serving: About 230 calories, 15g total fat (6g saturated), 27mg cholesterol, 694mg sodium, 15g total carbs, 8g protein. © 2013 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved

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