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Published Weekly - Vol. 36, No. 18 - May 2-8, 2012 • www.gilletteadvertiser.com
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The Advertiser - May 2, 2012
Hail, bounteous May, that doth inspire mirth, and youth, and warm desire. Woods and groves are of thy dressing. Hill and dale doth boast thy blessing. – John Milton
Advertising Manager Valerie Kettrey .............................Ext. 106
Then came fair May, the fairest maid on ground, decked all with dainties of the season’s pride, and throwing flowers out of her lap around. – Edmund Spenser
Production Jacob la Cour Dawn Sommer ............................Ext. 107
May and June. Soft syllables, gentle names for the two best months in the
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garden year. Cool, misty mornings gently burned away with a warming spring sun, followed by breezy afternoons and chilly nights. The discussion of philosophy is over; it's time for work to begin. – Peter Loewer The world's favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May.
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– Edwin Way Teale Sweet April showers do spring May flowers. – Thomas Tusser I thought that spring must last forevermore. For I was young and loved, and it was May. – Vera Brittain Spring’s last-born darling, clear-eyed, sweet, pauses a moment, with white twinkling feet, and golden locks in breezy play, half teasing and half tender, to
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repeat her song of May. -– Susan Coolidge Sweet May hath come to love us. Flowers, trees, their blossoms don; and through the blue heavens above us the very clouds move on. – Heinrich Heine Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, and summer's lease hath all too short a date. – William Shakespeare
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Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving multiple theft from autos and destruction of property crimes that continue to occur throughout Gillette. Unknown suspects are entering unlocked vehicles and removing personal property. Items taken during the thefts include firearms, electronic devices, CD’s, sunglasses, purses and money. A possibly related crime has unknown suspect(s) using a BB gun to shoot out the windows of businesses, residences and vehicles.
Crime Stoppers needs your help in solving narcotic crimes in Gillette. The Gillette Narcotics Investigation Team is requesting information relating to any drug related activity in Gillette. If you have information that can solve this or any other crime please call Crime Stoppers at 686-0400 or the High School Crime Stoppers at 682-4185. You can remain anonymous and may earn up to $1,000 in reward.
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By the Numbers: Cinco de Mayo - There are almost 32 million U.S. residents of Mexican descent. - There are $50 million in frozen enchiladas produced in the United States each year. - The value of good traded between the United States and Mexico each year tops $461 billion. - In 40 states, the largest Hispanic group is Mexican. - There are almost 400 tortilla manufacturing establishments in the United States. Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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The Advertiser - May 2, 2012
By Bill Sones and Rich Sones, Ph.D.
How steep a hill could a car climb? Ten degrees? Twenty? Don’t try this in the neighborhood, but could a car go straight up a vertical wall? Yes, 90 degrees?!
Ten degrees doesn’t sound like much but is actually a pretty steep incline. Still, a car could do this fairly easily. The power train of a typical passenger car can develop torque equivalent to about half the vehicle’s weight, says University of Michigan professor of automotive engineering Thomas D. Gillespie. So most cars could ascend a slope of up to 30 degrees, or grade of 58%. Four-wheel drive vehicles with low range can do better, with many having POWER to go right up a vertical wall. Top dragsters are the best, says Gillespie. At launch, they accelerate at 5 g’s, which would be equivalent to climbing the wall while dragging four other dragsters behind it! But these are just raw horsepower considerations. Next problem: Sufficient friction of tires against the roadway-wall. That’s trickier, but mechanical and computer engineering specialist Ian Charnas poses a way. Build a road that starts flat and curves slowly upward. As dragster speed builds, the road curves up steeper & steeper. The vehicle should be equipped with spoilers - like upside-down airfoils - shaped not for lift but for downpressure, to lend added frictional force against the roadway-runway. Given sufficient power train & speed, the right road curve & spoiler aerodynamics, the dragster just might be driveable vertically skyward! Heavens to old rocketin’ Betsy! P.S. To take this really over the top, says Charnas, a 2001 Bentley EXP Speed 8 at 150 mph develops a reported 3094 pounds downforce. Since the car weighs only 2020 pounds, “there would be no problem driving it upside down!”
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How Current Events Affect Your Pocketbook
so have the actions of a few bankers impacted the lives of ordinary Americans,” stresses Zuckerman, whose new book draws from real world crises to illustrate what can happen when a powerful cartel manipulates valuable resources for its own ends.
(StatePoint) All politics are local. Or so the saying goes. But is it really true? Do events halfway across the world affect your family, health and money? These days, the answer seems to be a resounding yes.
And while Americans remain resourceful, layoffs and the difficulty of securing mortgages or small business loans from one of these banks continues to impact local families.
“All too often, the interests of a few dictate world affairs and people’s daily lives,” says Gordon Zuckerman, a former businessman and Harvard Business School graduate who now writes historical thrillers based on his knowledge of global current events.
For example, 90 percent of the world’s oil production is controlled by only seven sovereign nations today. This monopolization of control means that unrest in these countries likely will drive up the price of gas and other petroleum-related products -- something that can be hard on your wallet during a family vacation. The centralization of control is so vast, dating back to post-World War II reconstruction in Europe, that Zuckerman was able to use it as a basis for his newly-released historical novel, “Crude Deception.” Sometimes, current events can be both burdensome and uplifting to the local economy. For example, many Americans think universal healthcare will hurt their
Current events also affect your investments. News of corruptive practices, such as environmentally unsafe manufacturing, can lead a company’s stock to plummet. If you own that stock as part of your retirement plan, you will be affected by the news. Many experts now urge people to invest in corporations whose values are transparent and fair. A company that takes a stance against environmental pollution is less likely to commit such actions.
Current events abroad and at home impact the price of gas. pocketbook by increasing taxes. At the same time, good healthcare and prevention has been shown to increase productivity at work, since people are less likely to call in sick or take medical leaves. So, if you’re in business for yourself or choose to work a second job, this can have huge benefits to your wallet. It also fosters independence and imagination, say
experts, as people who are in good health can then create companies and jobs of their own. Domestic current events in the U.S. also can influence your money and livelihood. For example, the behavior of a few “big” banks led to the global economic meltdown of 2008. “Just as a few oil companies have controlled the energy market,
To see how current events influenced Zuckerman’s life and work, visit www. gordonzuckerman.com. Then begin reading about current events at home. Local problems are just as likely to affect your pocketbook as global catastrophes, but you may have more power to do something about them.
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This Month in History May 3 1851 - San Francisco caught fire for the seventh time in four years. 1898 - Golda Meir, prime minister of Israel from 1969 to 1974, was born in Kiev, Russia. 1948 - “CBS Evening News” debuted as a 15-minute telecast with Douglas Edwards as anchor. 1971 - National Public Radio, financed by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, sent out its first broadcast. 1999 - The Dow-Jones average climbed to over 11,000 for the first time. May 4 1494 - Christopher Columbus discovered Jamaica. 1855 - The first U.S. women’s hospital opened in New York City. 1929 - Actress Audrey Hepburn was born Edda Van Heemstra Hepburn-Rusten in Brussels, Belgium. 1970 - Four students were killed by U.S. National Guard at an anti-war protest at Kent State University in Ohio. 1979 - Margaret Thatcher became the first female British prime minister, holding the office until 1990. May 5 1818 - German socialist and founder of modern communism, Karl Marx, was born in Treves, Germany. 1821 - Napoleon Bonaparte died on St. Helena. 1847 - The American Medical Association was organized at a meeting in Philadelphia attended by 250 delegates. 1904 - Cy Young pitched the first perfect baseball game. 1961 - Alan Shepard became the first American in space. May 6 1527 - The Sack of Rome occurred when German troops killed over 4,000 inhabitants of Rome, imprisoned Pope Clement VII, and looted the city, marking the end of the Renaissance. 1829 - Sigmund Freud was born in Freiberg, Moravia. 1915 - Babe Ruth of the Boston Red Sox hit his first major league home run in a game against the New York Yankees in New York. 1937 - The Hindenburg, a German zeppelin, exploded and burned in Lakehurst, New Jersey. 1954 - Running for the British Amateur Athletic Association in a meet at Oxford University, Roger Bannister broke the four-minute barrier with a time of 3:59.4. May 7 399 BC – The Greek philosopher Socrates died. 1789 - The first presidential inaugural ball was held to celebrate the inauguration of George Washington. 1824 - Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony in D Minor was performed for the first time in Vienna, Austria. 1840 - Composer Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky was born in Vatkinsk, Russia. 1915 - A German submarine torpedoed the British passenger liner, “Lusitania,” on its return trip from New York to Liverpool, killing 1,198 people. 1992 - The 27th amendment to the Constitution was ratified, prohibiting Congress from giving itself midterm pay raises. May 8 1429 - Joan of Arc liberated Orleans and forced the English to retreat. 1541 - Spanish conquistador Hernando de Soto reached the Mississippi River, becoming one of the first European explorers to see it. 1884 - Harry S. Truman was born in Lamar, Missouri. 1933 - The first police radio system, which connected patrol cars to each other and to headquarters, was installed in Eastchester Township, New York. 1945 - Known as V-E day, the victory in Europe of Allied Forces over the Germans signaled the end of World War II in Europe. 1984 - The Soviet Union announced its boycott of the 1984 Summer Olympic Games to be held in Los Angeles, California. May 9 1671 - Thomas Blood, better known as “Captain Blood,” was captured attempting to steal the Crown Jewels from the Tower of London. 1754 - Benjamin Franklin published the first newspaper cartoon. 1860 - James Barrie, creator of “Peter Pan,” was born in Scotland. 1960 - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the world’s first commercially produced birth-control pill. 1971 - The last episode of “The Honeymooners” aired on television.
The Advertiser - May 2, 2012
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The Advertiser - May 2, 2012
WE LET YOU CHOOSE YOUR OPTIONS NOW WE’RE MAKING IT EASIER TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD. ADDED VALUE AND SOME OF GILLETTE’S LOWEST CLASSIFIED RATES MAKE US YOUR BEST CHOICE FOR SELLING YOUR ITEMS. All Classified ads include first 15 words for $4. Additional words are 10¢ each. All charges are weekly.
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Sharing Hometown Recipes, Cooking Tips and Coupons By Janet Tharpe
Chocolate Snickerdoodles Spice Things Up “Chocolate, cinnamon and a little kick from cayenne... these cookies were inspired by that flavor!”
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ometimes putting a spin on a tried-and-true favorite yields tasty results! Home cook Teresa Jacobson’s Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles are the perfect, scrumptious example! Chewy and chocolatey on their own, just a pinch of cayenne pepper and cinnamon add a zippy kick that just cannot be beat. You won’t believe how good these are - a perfect addition to your Cinco de Mayo spread! See step-by-step photos of Teresa’s Snickerdoodle recipe and thousands more from other home cooks at: www.justapinch.com/snickerdoodle You’ll also find a meal planner, coupons and chances to win! Enjoy and remember, use “just a pinch”...
Mexican Chocolate Snickerdoodles What You Need 1 1/2 c sugar plus 2 tbsp, divided 1 c butter or margarine, softened 2 lg eggs 1 tsp vanilla 2 1/2 c all purpose flour 1/4 c unsweetened cocoa 2 tsp cream of tartar 1 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp cinnamon plus 2 tsp, divided 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper 1/4 tsp salt 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
Directions • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
• In a large bowl, cream 1 1/2 cups sugar and butter together. Stir in eggs and vanilla. • In a separate bowl, combine flour, cocoa, cream of tartar, baking soda, 1/2 tsp cinnamon, cayenne and salt. Blend well. • Slowly stir flour mixture into bowl with butter mixture. Combine well.
• In a small bowl mix together remaining sugar and cinnamon.
• Form dough into 1-inch balls, roll in sugar/cinnamon mixture to coat. Place on prepared cookie sheet. • Bake for 8-10 min. Cool on cookie sheet for 1 minute before removing to cooling rack.
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Campbell County Public Library - Royal Reading Kingdom Party & Basket Raffle - Sun., May 6, 1pm, 2:15pm or 3:30pm. Tickets: $5 each & can be purchased in the Children’s Dept. Children four years & older may attend w/adult. Bring your camera & pose for a picture in our Castle Corner. Also, tickets are for sale for Knight & Princess Goody Baskets. Purchase at CCPL for $2 each or 6 for $10. Drawings May 6. Indie Award Winner Jerry Barlow (acclaimed Celtic fingerstyle guitarist) in Concert, May 3, 7pm. Admission is free to public. 2101 S. 4J Road. If you have information about any serious crime such as robbery, burglary or vandalism, you may earn a reward of up to $1,000. Call Crime Stoppers anytime at 686-0400. You can remain anonymous! G4-06-TFN Immunization Clinics CC Public Health - Every Wednesday 8-11:30 a.m. & first Wednesday of each month, 4-7 p.m. Campbell County Health Department. Phone 682-7275. TFNc Classes at AVA. Van Gogh Kiddos - 1st Sat. of the month kids get to paint a fun picture from start to finish! Each month we will offer a different painting to work on. AVA will supply canvas, paint, brushes, students provide own drink & snack. 10-11:30 am., fee: $25.
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Students 7 & under must be accompanied by an adult. Little Tikes - Fridays, 10-11am. Fee: $5. Megan will surprise & amaze your kids in one hour morning classes. For 18 mos.-6 yrs. old. Uncorked, May 4 & 25, 7-9pm. Fee: $35. AVA provides canvas, paint, brushes & corkscrew! You provide cocktail & yourself. No experience necessary. Mommy & Me Class - Wednesdays, 1-2pm. Member fee: $12.50, Non-member: $15. Kids Drawing Class - Wednesdays, 4-5pm. Member fee: $10, nonmember: $12.50. Grade school aged children. Preschool Art Tuesdays, 2-3pm. Class fee: $5. Directed at 3-5 yr. olds. Grade School Pottery - Tuesdays, 4-5pm. Member fee: $10, Nonmember: $12.50/per class. Homeschool Kids - Thursdays, 2-3:30pm. Member fee: $10, Non-member: $12.50/each class. Grade School Kids Club Thursdays, 4-5pm. Member fee: $10, Non-member: $12.50. Painting w/Nancy - May 3 June 7, 6:30-8:30pm. Member fee: $135, Non-member: $145. Mommy & Me Java Cups - May 5, 1-3pm. Member fee: $10, Non-member: $12.50. Mommy & Me Flower Pots - May 12, 1-3pm. Member fee: $20, Nonmember: $25. Early Release - May 16, 2-5pm. Member fee: $15, Non-member: $20. Designed for grade school age. Grade School Kids Club Thursdays, 4-5pm. Member fee: $10, Non-member: $12.50. Did you know - sometime this week you can save someone’s life? You can, by donating blood. Call United Blood Services at 800-834-8525 in Rapid City. G4-41-TFNh CCPR - Corporate Games 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of Corporate Games. This year we have added a duct tape boat competition and will continue with a minute to win it challenge at each event to earn more team points. Pick up your packet today & get your team registered. Contact Sandra Bott at 682-8527 for any assistance. Veteran’s Outreach & Advocacy Program - Available to all OIF/OEF veterans & immediate families. Northeast Region, call 307-630-3230. G4-06-TFNh Living With Osteoarthritis? Today, more than 10 million Americans suffer from osteoarthritis of the knee, making it the most common form of arthritis in the U.S. What are frequent causes of this type of arthritis, and what can you do to protect your knees, reduce the symptoms, and support your doctor’s treatment? With advice from some of the world’s leading knee specialists, the American Arthritis Society has compiled in its publication ARTHRITIS INFO useful and practical tips for selfcare. Each tip is interesting and
***Prayer Through Application of the Holy Spirit***
Holy Spirit, You who solve all problems; light all roads so that I can attain my goal. You give me the divine gift to forgive & forget all evil against me, that in all instances of life you are with me. I want in this prayer to thank you for all things, confirming that I never want to separate from you. In spite of material illusion, I wish to be with you in eternal glory. Thank you for your mercy toward me & mine. The person must say this prayer for (3) consecutive days. Your prayer will be answered after (3) days even if it appears difficult. After favor is granted, prayer & instructions must be published immediately. Without mentioning the favor, only your initials should appear at the bottom. AMEN
easy to follow. For a free sample issue of ARTHRITIS INFO, write to: American Arthritis Society, P.O. Box 271010, Minneapolis, MN 55427 (please include a loose 44 cent stamp for return postage. Thank You). G4-06-TFNh Women’s Resource Center - 706 W. 8th St. - Open Tues., Wed. & Thurs., 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Website: www.WyWeCare.com. Phone: 685-2211.G4-06-TFNh Alcoholics Anonymous - is as near as your phone. Hotline number is 686-6107. G4-TFNh
Warmer Weather, Longer Days call for an ample blood supply. As winter begins turning to spring, the days get longer & activities increase. Spring is the season when life is renewed. One important way to help renew life is to give blood. “Giving blood during springtime can be a great tradition, like spring cleaning, and it’s a gift that the recipient will always remember,” said Lori Liebman, Donor Recruitment Director of Rapid City’s United Blood Services. By giving blood, a donor helps replenish a community resource used by a neighbor, relative or friend. Blood can be stored for only 42 days, so a continual fresh supply is crucial. Anyone may need blood at any time. In the event of an accident, serious illness, or surgery, an adequate blood supply will make the difference between life & death. Make your appointment to give blood at www.unitedbloodservices.org or by calling 605-342-8585 in Rapid City. With each donation, donors receive a free total cholesterol test & earn points in United Blood Services’ Hero in Me reward program. G4-12-TFNh Prairie Pens, Adult Writers Group, 4th Saturday Each Month at Westwood High School, 6th & Rohan, at 9 a.m. Call Midge at 682-3488 for more info. G4-06-TFNh JoAnn Eddy’s Bridal Boutique 1007 CHICKASAW - GILLETTE, WY 82716 (CORNER OF 4510 WIGWAM) We Create Weddings BUY OR RENT BRIDAL GOWNS ★ Veils ★ Hats Bridesmaid Dresses Flower Girl Dresses Mother’s Dresses SLIPS •CANDELABRAS Prom & Pageant Call for appointment TUX RENTALS
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