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LEO: Consider coordinating all actions from inspired creative thoughts from August twenty-fifth

through the twenty-seventh. Those within your inner circle may come into focus this week; consider allowing an authoritative elder to share the lime light. The beginnings of a new business or career may occur this week. Self responsible choices to place money in areas where outcomes are most beneficial for creating gain is indicated under current transits. Graciousness is indicated through week’s end.

VIRGO: Transits through the twenty eighth indicate placing extra money aside for possible investing. Consider keeping your friends close to you and your enemies closer during this month’s final week. This may be done by doing nice things for those who do not anticipate them from you. Be yourself and consider enjoying the possible emotional ride through the thirtieth. Your romantic partner may require support from you at week’s duration; this week is a time for you to give in gentleness to others near you. LIBRA: August’s transits during its final week may indicate partnerships are highlighted within all of life’s sectors- romance; personal; career; and/or business. Consider keeping “You are not in it alone,” foremost in your thinking. Current energies at week’s duration indicate a time to ask for needed assistance in any indicated situations. Consider the possibility of showing others vulnerability mid week through the thirty-first. Intimacy may play a key factor at week’s in activities with a romantic partner.

SCORPIO: The Moon transiting from Aries through Taurus from the twenty-fifth through the

twenty-seventh may open doors to possible gain in work; business; or career situations. Energies created within the second half of the fourth week may allow ideas to flow in order to accomplish possible desired action. Ideas not acted upon may become personal goals for future action with your permission and self directed discipline. Realized desires; goals; and prayers may become manifest by week’s end.

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Transits through the thirtieth continues to transit favorably through your financial sector. Transits from mid-week through month’s duration may allow you to organize at all levels in order to be able to show authoritative figures your worth within your work setting and/ or career. Energies indicate this final week of August is a time to keep thoughts of outward criticism to self. Transits at week’s end indicate actions tend to speak louder than words- this may be especially valid in your romance sector.

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AQUARIUS: The transiting Sun and Moon illuminate your actions to others on the twenty-fifth; sixth; and seventh- an authoritative figure may be observing for possible gain. Those having a secret could have it exposed now from within your inner circle; self responsibility is required. Transits during this final fourth full week of August indicate your may desire to place your focus on relationships within each life sector. Consider focusing on listening more from the twentyeighth through the August’s duration. PISCES:

August’s final week of planetary transits indicate a need to make use of internal mental activity in order to learn what may become necessary tools to increase your productivity. Awareness may be required at week’s end in order to recognize the desires of a current or potential romantic partner. This week’s Moon phases may find you finalizing or mapping out future vacation plans. You may choose to directly disclose your feelings for someone, to them, in a face to face at week’s last two days.

ARIES: Transits indicate a time for self responsibly and acting upon goals throughout the fourth

full week of August which you may have recently created for your self. A realization(s) of previous goals may occur on or around the thirtieth. Indications of a possible new romantic relationship(s) may occur throughout this week. Realizations may not only occur in your your romance sector-they may also occur in your personal; career; and business sectors. Some may be to validate previous considerations.

TAURUS:

Consider taking action from the twenty-fifth through the thirty-first. The transiting moon within your home sign on the twenty-sixth and seventh allows you to take center stage and shine. Be sure those- an authoritative figure(s)- who need to observe your actions are in the front row(s). This requires self responsibility on your behalf- as well as utilizing current planetary vibrations. Your inner passionate nature is combined with the Moon Child Moon phase on the thirty-first to allow for romance.

GEMINI: August’s final full week’s transits indicate a time for you to take a step out from the

lime light at work; your personal business; or within a career in order to “listen”- rather than having others ( or self ) be your captive audience. By month’s final four days- you are able to take center stage with self responsibility. Transits indicate this is a time to step back and observe the words and/or actions of others within close proximity to you. Ask yourself, “Do their actions correlate with their words?”

MOON CHILD: Showing ( demonstrating via actions ) those you are romantically involved with,

or interested in having a life time relationship with, is indicated during this week’s transits. Romance shines with possibility on the thirtieth and thirty-first. A Taurus; Moon Child; or Capricorn may express and demonstrate their romantic desires to you on the twenty sixth and seventh. It may be easier for you to express your love to others than it is to receive; self resonsibility is indicated to consider allowing for both.

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This deal occurred in the 1990 World Open Pairs, held in Geneva. The hero of the deal was Ralph Katz, who, partnered by Peter Nagy, finished second in the event. Katz held the West hand and sat quietly as his opponents reached six diamonds on the auction shown. South’s two-spade opening was weak and promised no more than a good five-card suit. North then employed a series of relay bids by which he learned that South had a minimum with precisely 51-4-3 distribution. Katz led his singleton club, and declarer rose with the ace and played the A-K-Q of hearts, discarding his two

remaining clubs. South then started on the right track to making the slam by leading a low diamond to the seven. After the seven lost to the jack, declarer could ruff a heart in his hand, pick up West’s king of diamonds via two finesses and then collect five spade tricks by cashing the ace and taking a finesse against East’s queen. South would lose only one trump trick on this line of play and would make the slam for a score of 920 points. But a funny thing happened on the way to 12 tricks. When declarer led a diamond to the seven at trick five, Katz won the trick with the king! He then returned a spade, allowing declarer to pick up East’s queen and establish the spade suit. Understandably, South now thought he was home free. With the jack of diamonds “marked” on his right, he led a diamond to the ace, planning to finesse against East’s jack next (if necessary) and so score the rest of the tricks. But when East showed out on the second diamond, declarer realized he had been had, and he immediately offered his congratulations to Katz for his brilliant deceptive play. ©2013 King Features Synd., Inc.

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Cassadaga Community Church Dinner/Movie Night, Saturday, August 31, beginning at 5:00 p.m., 25 Maple Avenue, Cassadaga. The movie will be “Parental Guidance” with Billy Crystal. Westfield Community Chorus rehearsals begin Monday, September 9 from 7-9 p.m. in the Westfield First United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall. New members always welcome. For more information, please call Sally Merwin at 326-3419. Family Table Food Ministries available for purchase through Christ Chapel Wesleyan Church, 60 Buffalo St., Silver Creek. Online ordering at www.familytablefoodministries.com For more information contact Jackie Tooley at 716-965-4868. Accepting food stamps. Seneca Nation - Cattaraugus Summer Farmers’ Market, Tuesdays, 3:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m., located at Seneca Cattaraugus Nation, 12767 Route 438 at the Cattaraugus Community Center Front Parking Lot. Through October 29, 2013. If you have any questions, contact Geri Hens at 716-439-0870. 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Generations-on-line Free Computer Training for senior citizens is again being offered by the Chautauqua County Office for the Aging. The new training site is the Dunkirk Free Library (handicap accessible). Training is ideal for first time computer users. To register for this one-onone training, contact Nancy Jager, Peer Coach (cell 224-0998) or Betty Crowell, Training Coordinator at 753-4471. “Fireworks”... Anger Management And Stress Reducing Classes, every Tuesday, 4 p.m., 425 Main St., Dunkirk. Call Catholic Charities at 366-3533 for details and to register. The Cassadaga Branch Library is closed for renovations until further notice. To accommodate patrons, Stockton Library, 22 North Main St., upper floor, winter hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. 1-7, Friday 1-5, Saturday 10-2. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. Amvet Retire Flags Silver Creek: Respectable flag drop off box, for retired flags. Located inside of building. Universal Unity Of Spirit, 89 N. Main St. (Rt. 60), Cassadaga, Tuesday night classes, Sunday services include healing and prayer chaplain, plus “Special Events” with Ellen Bourn, Maxine Meilleur, Dr. Rom Weber and White Dove Crow. (716) 595-2617, www.universalunityofspirit.org uuofspirit@gmail.com Catholic Daughters Of The Americas, Monthly meetings held the last Thursday of the month at St. Anthony’s Church, Cushing St., Fredonia at 6:30 p.m. All welcome, refreshments served. For info. call Mary Ann Gabel at 934-4774. Reformers Unanimous, a nationwide, Bible-based addictions program. Smoking, weight, drugs, alcohol +. Friday nights, 7 p.m., Open Door Baptist Church, 3576 Luce Rd., just off Rt. 60, Cassadaga. Questions or information 595-2535. Literacy Volunteers Bookstore, 21 E. Second St., Dunkirk, Washington Avenue entrance. Over 10,000 used books available. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous, weekly Friday meetings at 3:30, Steger Apartments Library, 15 N. Main St., Dunkirk. Call Vicki 672-2625 or Cassandra 410-1066 for more information. Are You On SSDI/SSI and want to work? Call Chautauqua Works at 716-487-5127 and ask for Karen. Silver Creek Fire Department Auxiliary- We are looking for people to join our group. If interested, call 679-5833 to get an application. 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, Bible Believing Anglican Worship, 1A Park Street, Forestville. 652-9936, 10 am Sunday, Homebuilders 7 p.m. Wednesday. The Forestville Historical Society meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month. Everyone welcome. Municipal Building, Chestnut St. Forestville. Anderson-Lee Library Storytime, 43 Main St., Silver Creek, Thursday mornings, 10:3011:00 a.m., children ages 1-6. Lily Dale Spiritualist Church, East Street, Lily Dale. Sunday Services: 10:30 a.m. Workshops & Classes - no gate fee. For information 716-595-3971 (24/7). Quaker (Fredonia Friends Meeting), 369 West Main, Fredonia at Barlow’s Mill. Worship at 11AM. All are welcome. For info 485-6065 or 679-1452. TOPS- Take Off Pounds Sensibly NY Chapter #1094, Brocton has a NEW meeting location at Fellowship Church, 148 W. Main St., Brocton. Handicap accessibility building and parking. Weigh in 5-5:30 p.m. Informational and weight loss support meeting to follow. For more info call Jackie 792-4248 or Shirley 792-4464. TOPS- NY Chapter 176 meets every Wednesday at St. Joseph’s Hall, Fredonia. Weigh-ins, 5 to 5:30 p.m. TOPS Chapter #NY610- Take Off Pounds Sensibly. Meets every Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. at Free Library, Main St., Sinclairville. 962-3312 or 595-3340. TOPS #890 meets at the First United Church on Wednesdays at 8 a.m. for weigh-ins. Meetings start at 9:05 a.m. New members welcome. For info. call 934-4774. William P. Jackway VFW- Ladies Auxiliary will meet the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Post on Pearl & Washington in Westfield. Abate Of NY Chautauqua County holds its monthly meetings on the 2nd Sunday of each month at 1 p.m. at The St. Stephen’s Hotel, Btrocton. . For more info. sign up on Facebook @ ABATE-of-Chautauqua-NY Tops- Chapter #1230 Take Off Pounds Sensibly. Meets every Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. at the Holy Cross Lutheran Church on Church St., Farnham. Church Of The Living Spirit, Lily Dale, hold monthly events including Healing Services, Drumming Circles, Medium Lunch, Readings and Philosophy discussions. 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Despite the U.S. economy’s continued struggle, a sizable number of us are comfortable carrying credit-card debt. Worse, we’re doing it to support a lifestyle our income doesn’t cover. A recent poll by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling revealed that 18 percent of respondents are comfortable carrying credit-card debt from month to month. Here’s what happens when you depend on credit cards to fund a lifestyle when you don’t have the cash: • If your credit ratio (availability vs. percentage used) gets too high, your credit scores go down. Low credit scores mean that if you should need to borrow money, you’ll pay higher interest. Your insurance rates also could go up. (Yes, they check.) • In an emergency, you won’t have access to money you’ve already spent on your credit card. • Interest is added every month, which includes interest from the previous month, so you’re paying interest on the interest. Even more interest is added every time a purchase is made. It can get to the point that most of your payment goes to pay interest, not the balance.

On the other hand, according to the poll, 21 percent of us don’t use credit cards at all. That isn’t a good idea either, and here’s why: • To make a major purchase such as a vehicle or a house, you need a credit history. Credit cards are one of the types of credit that generally make up a credit history. No history, no loan. • Credit cards can come in handy when there are genuine bargains for items you need or for emergencies. • If you pay cash for everything you buy and disputes arise, you don’t have the protection you would have if those purchases were made with a credit card. Returns are easier with a credit card, too. The majority of respondents to the poll indicated that it’s best to use credit cards, but to pay off the debt every month. Here’s why that’s a good idea: • Low credit use and ontime payments raise credit scores. • Paying credit cards off monthly helps to avoid interest and penalty. • In case of emergencies, the balance of the credit availability is there. If you’d like to know more about The National Foundation for Credit Counseling or ways to handle your credit, go online to www. nfcc.org. David Uffington regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail.com.

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Education is directly related to workforce development, and President Barack Obama’s Western New York stop this past week points to crucial needs around making higher education more affordable for middle class families. While the rare Presidential visit in our region created a certain amount of hype, it was the content of his address that is most meaningful for students, families, colleges, and ultimately the local business community. The crux of the message surrounds making higher education more affordable, especially for middle class Americans, and it centers on ratings and responsibility for colleges, students, and the government. The President’s remarks focused on creation of a new ratings system that would provide more transparent information about costs and outcomes so that families can make decisions about colleges based on both affordability and their ability to meet students’ academic needs. The scorecard would include information about graduation rates, loan default rates, amount borrowed, and employment. In addition, student would be required to complete course work in order to maintain federal aid, and the administration’s Pay as You Earn program would be expanded to allow more students to take advantage of the option to cap student loan repayment at 10 percent of monthly income. The Chamber/MAST is already involved in educational initiatives in Chautauqua County. For several years we have operated the Dream It Do It initiative, focused on encouraging high school students to consider careers in manufacturing, many of which do require some level of higher education, whether it is specialized training, a Certificate, Associates or Bachelor’s degree. This year, we were instrumental in putting together the new STEM Education Coalition in Chautauqua County which focuses on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math educational opportunities to help create an even sharper focus on education targeted at high-tech careers including manufacturing, healthcare, and more. Affordability is a critical component of any higher education plan. If students don’t plan carefully or come from a family that has significant resources, the cost of getting a degree or certificate can easily result in substantial loan debt. The President acknowledged that college loan debt already creates a substantial drag on our entire economy. Just as young people are beginning their careers they may not be able to purchase a home or start a family of their own. We stand ready to work with anyone or any organization that is ready to focus on holding down the costs of higher education, and we thank the President for choosing our part of New York State to launch these priorities nationally.

If you have questions regarding health insurance, the Chamber of Commerce is a resource that can help you. There are many changes occurring within the health insurance market that will have an impact on small businesses, sole proprietors and individuals. The Chamber is ready to help you understand how these changes specifically impact you. With decades of experience providing health insurance and following the trends and changes with health insurance plans, the Chamber should be your first choice to navigate through to the appropriate insurance product to meet your needs. The Chamber has been closely tracking the Affordable Care Act and the implementation of health care reform in New York State since the passage of the law. By keeping in close contact with State Departments and Chambers of Commerce throughout New York State the Chamber has developed extensive knowledge regarding how the changes will impact you. The Chamber has been and remains on the cutting edge of health insurance. The introduction of the Bright Choices, A Private Benefits Exchange four years ago established the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce as one of the early adopters and implementers of a private insurance exchange. The program has provided businesses and their employees in Chautauqua County access to benefits that only Fortune 500 companies could access prior to the rollout of the exchange. In addition the consumer centric Bright Choices program has provided participants with analytical tools to help with decision making, access to innovative health insurance products and cost savings. For more information regarding health insurance call the Chamber of Commerce at 716-366-6200 or 716-484-1101.

Right now, Chamber members have two proven and effective marketing opportunities to consider, with advertising space available in both the upcoming Chamber Tabloid and in the 2014 Business Builder Source Book. You may have recently received a letter from the Chamber of Commerce encouraging you to consider advertising in the Chamber Tabloid. This piece will be published by and distributed in the OBSERVER and The Post-Journal in September. It provides an overview of County and Community Chamber activity throughout the year and pays tribute to all of those who will be presented with Chamber awards during our annual Awards Banquet in October. For information about advertising in the Tabloid, please contact either the OBSERVER or The Post-Journal. The Business Builder Source Book is being published this year directly by the Chamber and offers your best opportunity to promote yourself business-to-business in Chautauqua County. It will be distributed in January to all Chamber members and through other avenues to local business people. For details about the 2014 Business Builder Source Book, contact the Chamber at 484-1101 or 366-6200.

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The Annual Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet will be held once again this year at the Williams Center at SUNY Fredonia. Reconstructed last year, the Williams Center is a beautiful, multi-use facility at the heart of the Fredonia campus. The Awards Banquet is scheduled for Thursday, October 17. It will pay tribute to not only the Chamber’s Economic Development Award winner and Person of the Year, but also to the Community Service Award winners chosen by each of the six Community Chambers in Chautauqua County: Dunkirk, Fredonia, Hanover, Jamestown, Mayville-Chautauqua, and Westfield-Barcelona. All of the award winners will be announced shortly, and invitations will be mailed to all Chamber members in the weeks ahead. For now, put this event on your calendar. It is the largest, single business event in Chautauqua County each year, bringing together some 400 business people in once place. We hope to see you there.

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Brocton/Portland Food Pantry services residents of the Brocton Central School District and is located in a separate building on the Campus of the West Portland Baptist Church, 7081 East Route 20, Westfield. Open every Tuesday and Thursday 1:00-4:00 p.m. and Wednesdays 4:30-6:30. St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Food Pantry will now be open 3:15 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. only on Wednesdays. Pet Pantry: A not-for-profit organization that gives free pet food to qualifying (low income) residents of Chautauqua County. 16 E. Howard Ave., Dunkirk. Open every Tuesday 6-8 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. until noon. You will need photo ID, proof of income, licenses for dogs and Rabies certificates for cats. Silver Creek Assembly of God -Invites you to donated used clothes, shoes, blankets, drapes and stuffed toys to the located at 1385 Route 20 in the parking lot. Receive tax reduction for your donations. Please place your donations in a clean dry plastic bag. Visit St. Pauly Textile at www.st-pauly.com about clothing donation and distribution. Silver Creek Food Pantry-is open every Friday from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. and the third Friday evening of the month from 6:00-7:30 p.m. Thursdays 5:30-7:30. Donations are greatly appreciated - and can be sent in care of: The Pantry at P.O. Box 173 Silver Creek, NY 14136. Forestville Food Pantry (Clothing Gallery), 3 Park St., open Thursdays from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 965-2655. Samaritan House-A community outreach ministry, lending a helping hand with clothing, household goods, furniture & appliances. Located at 2 East Ave., Sinclairville. Hours: Wed. & Fri. 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. September-April, Wed. & Fri. 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. MayAugust. Call 716-962-2246 for assistance or donations. Dunkirk UMC Branch located at 6th & Washington, Hours M-F 9-1. Call 716-366-2230 for info. or online: www.samaritanhouse.us Sinclairville Food Cupboard: Available to residents of the Sinclairville School District. Located at Park United Methodist Church. We’re open every Monday and Tuesday 9:30-11:00 a.m. is available to residents of Cassadaga, Stockton and Lily Dale. Located in the basement of the Cassadaga Community Baptist Church, we’re open every Thurs. 10 a.m.-noon. Twice Is Nice- Ruth Remsen Used Clothing Center open Fridays 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Located behind First United Church “The White Church On The Square” in Silver Creek. Adults clothing .50 cents, children .25 cents.


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GENERAL HOSPITAL Derek’s memory started coming back. Tracy enjoyed tormenting AJ about ELQ. Connie was upset when she saw Olivia and Sonny together. Michael confided in Carly. AJ fell off the wagon. Luke and Laura, Sonny and Olivia and Mac and Felicia all met up at the hospital to celebrate a new life. Sam was elated to learn that a bone-marrow match had been found for little Danny. Connie overheard Derek referring to himself by another name. A gunshot shattered Port Charles. Maxie revealed a secret. Wait to See: Franco is ready to end it all. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Neil was called a murderer

ALL MY CHILDREN* JR and AJ go head to head over his use of steroids. The chemistry ignited between Brooke and Dimitri. Colby felt slighted by her father. David shared a tender moment with Oliver who, unknown to David, was his son. Colby and Opal teamed up to rock Pine Valley. ONE LIFE TO LIVE* Clint decided to make his presence known at the Man of the Year Gala. Nikki told Natalie the truth about her and Cutter. Jack skipped out on the party for some fun of his own. Blair opened up to Jack, who was hiding a secret of his own. Tea confronted Dani and Arturo about their relationship. *Available through Hulu. com, iTunes.com and the OWN cable network.

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DAYS OF OUR LIVES Marlena conspired with Victor to destroy Kristen. Will and Sonny celebrated the grand opening of their newly renovated club. Theresa and Vargas’ date ended in violence. Cameron was concerned for Chad when he got injured during a brawl. Kate angrily confronted Stefano about what he really intended to do to Rafe. Nick and Gabi got back together. The special prosecutor offered Sami a reduced sentence, but at a very personal cost.

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Bill was caught off-guard when Katie asked if they could start over. Maya felt tremendous guilt for succumbing to Carter’s charms. Liam asked Hope to move into his house with him. Meanwhile, Wyatt was thrilled that he would have such close access to Hope. Rick and Caroline worked long hours together in preparation for the fashion show. Caroline was waiting for the perfect opportunity to tell Rick that Maya cheated on him. Rick’s fashion premiere received a lackluster response. Wait to See: Wyatt gets an earful about Bill.

by the mysterious blogger. Sharon received a photogenerated traffic ticket dated from the night of Phyllis’s accident. Nikki supported Jack in his quest to build a relationship with his daughter. Chelsea feared that Anita was going to reveal her secret to Dylan. Victoria couldn’t deny her love for Billy. Murphy told Katherine’s invited guests about her unexpected passing. Avery was worried that she was losing Nick to Sharon. Carmine sent Lauren a bouquet of dead roses. Wait to See: Jill finds an important gift from Katherine.

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Hope confronted Theresa about her involvement with Vargas. Wait to See: Eric has a disturbing dream.

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LEASE FOR ONLY $154 A MO.

OR

13636 /

OR

2.9% X 60 MONTHS

$

OR

RETAIL.................................$41,265 BASIL PRICE........................$37,999 REBATE................................-$1,500 LABOR DAY BONUS................-$500 LEASE LOYALTY/ CONQUEST..............................-$500 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000 OR

NOW

32,499

$

1.9% X 60 MONTHS OR

LEASE FOR ONLY 639 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $389 A MO.

2013 BUICK VERANO

2013 CADILLAC CTS

$

13115 / 54161 Luxury, All Wheel Drive

13651 / 54162

RETAIL.................................$23,975 BASIL PRICE........................$22,399 REBATE...................................-$750 LABOR DAY BONUS................-$500 BUICK CONQUEST................-$1.000 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000

NOW

17,149

$

OR

RETAIL.................................$41,815 BASIL PRICE........................$38,299 REBATE................................-$3,000 CADILLAC BONUS CASH......-$2,000 LEASE LOYALTY/ CONQUEST...........................-$1,000 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000

NOW

29,299

$

OR

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

0.9% X 60 MONTHS

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

LEASE FOR ONLY $199 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $239 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $159 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $329 A MO.

2013 CADILLAC ATS

2013 CADILLAC XTS

2013 CADILLAC SRX

2013 CADILLAC ESCALADE

OR

OR

13200 / 54165

13434 / 54000 Heated Seats

RETAIL.................................$34,440 BASIL PRICE........................$31,499 CADILLAC CASH..................-$2,000 LEASE LOYALTY/ CONQUEST...........................-$1,000 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000

NOW

25,499

$

OR

RETAIL.................................$44,995 BASIL PRICE........................$41,199 CADILLAC CASH..................-$2.000 CADILLAC BONUS CASH......-$2,000 LEASE LOYALTY/ CONQUEST...........................-$1,000 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000

NOW

33,199

$

OR

OR

13351 / 54176

RETAIL.................................$38,030 BASIL PRICE........................$34,799 CADILLAC CASH..................-$2,000 LEASE LOYALTY/ CONQUEST...........................-$1,000 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000

NOW

28,799

$

OR

OR

13049 / 54177

RETAIL.................................$69,780 BASIL PRICE........................$62,999 CADILLAC CASH..................-$3,000 LEASE CONQUEST................-$3,000 CASH / TRADE.....................-$3,000

NOW

53,999

$

OR

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

0% X 60 MONTHS AVAILABLE

LEASE FOR ONLY $242 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $371 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $316 A MO.

LEASE FOR ONLY $629 A MO.

OR

OR

OR

OR

Residency Restrictions Apply. 0.0% Financing Thru ALLY. Not Everyone Will Qualify. Special Rate Financing, Such As 0%, 1.9% And 3.9% Are In Lieu Of Certain Rebates. See Dealer For Details. Leases Quoted Through Ally Bank, GM Financial Or US Bank. Not Everyone Will Qualify. All Lease Specials For Well Qualified Buyers. ‘99 Or Newer GM Loyalty Included In Lease Quote. All Leases Quoted At Lowest Mileage Based On Ally Parameters .25c A Mile Over Lease Examples. Robert Basil Chevy Buick Cadillac Is NOT Responsible For Any Misprints In This Ad. All Leases Quoted With Tax, Title, Registration And Acquisition Fees All Due At Signing Unless Otherwise Noted.

CHEVY RUNS DEEP BUICK LUXURY AS IT SHOULD BE CADILLAC STATE OF THE ART MEETS HIGH ART

SALE HOURS: MON., TUES., THURS., 9-8 WED. & FRI. 9-6; SAT 9-5

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