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Martin Luther King Day January 21, 2013


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Tues., Jan. 15, 2013 Vol. 55, No. 39
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Saturday, JANUARY 19TH - 9:01 a.m.
Carter Auction & Event Center Allegany, New York (On exit 24 - ramp off Int. 86)
We have been retained by many area Law Firms and executers from many prominent estates to auction off precious family heirlooms from generations past at this grand auction. Items will still be arriving up to auction time!! Friday, Jan. 18th is our Free Antique Appraisal and Purchasing Day Road Show! This is open to the public, our antique experts will put their decades of gained experience offering free appraisals and cash purchases or consigned to our auctions! HIGHLIGHTS FOR THIS YEARS VENUE: Impressive Quality Oak 1/4 sawn oak furniture. This is some of the best furniture seen in years!!!! R.J. Horner oak curve glass corner China cabinet w/ornate hand carved crest/claw feet-scarce find!! Massive oak carved 54” triple curve glass china cabinet/carved hood-lg. roaring lions-paw feet & full interior mirror (stunning pc), A third oak high back suite-raised panel (immaculate condition), massive oak carved “Man of the North”, hall seat in original varnish(the best), oak heinz 57 secretary w/winged sea lions flanking w/bev. Mirror-orig. varnish, oak “belding” mirrored icebox w/carved lions (scarce), oak heavily carved sideboard w/highback mirror w/gallery top, original varnish oak crystal curve glass curio cabinet w/claw feet (real cute size), The Best Oak “Man of the North” side by side secretariat w/crystal display/turned rope columns/claw feet in original pristine varnish (simply the best), extraordinary “Man of the North”, oak 2 door bookcase w/rolling pin top/gallery/claw feet-pristine original varnish, oak leaded glass door server w/carved northwind face, oak leaded glass 2 door bkcase w/drawers, oak raised panel dble. stack 6 drawer file cabinet (scarce), golden oak 2 door “cowboy” bookcase w/shaped mirror gallery, massive sq. oak dining table w/heavily carved apron/base w/lg. oversized legs, fancy carved oak highboy w/carved mirror, oak “hotel” chest w/applied carvings & bonnet box (nice model), oak highback secretary w/spoon print design, numerous oak lawyers interchangeable bookcases-incl. Macy/globe stepbacks claw feet/mission, Columbia oak icebox in petite size, oak “mascot” 2 door icebox w/applied carvings, oversized oak lamp table w/eagle claw ball feet (impressive), oak lift top hall seat w/ lg. bev. Mirror-coat hooks and applied carvings (1 of 3), oak stick-n-ball room divider, oak carved highchest w/glove boxes-orig. varnish, oak 9’ country seed counter. VICTORIAN FURNISHINGS: Griffin carved library table (A.H. R.J. Horner), vict. walnut slant frt. secretary w/ladies head on crest, magh. danner sliding door bkcase, very unusual inlaid game table, vict. burled walnut 3/4 size cylinder secretary, several vict. marble top tables, vict. table pier mirror. ARTWORKS: Fantastic o/c Alfred De. Breanski. June-river scene w/gilted frame (listed artist), Emile A. Gruppe’ pencil sketches, 1889 E.E. Morrise o/c chicks painting w/deep rich gilted frame (crest pc.-listed artist), Gregory Hollyer o/c landscape (listed artist), W. Olbrich o/c landscape, F. Crane o/c river scene, W. Walton-early cow painting, Jamestown NY artist-Hugo Nicholson; numerous quality primitive paintings, 1850 Japanese block print, sev. Mayfield Parrish prints, Edison Mazza Parrish calendar, 17th century religious plaque, fold art cattle painting, early pastel & water colors offered also. ROGERSWARE COLLECTION: going for the cows, we boys, fetching the doctor, coming to the parson, checkers up at the farm, weighing the babies, the foundling, why don’t you speak for yourself, a frolic at old homestead, the fugitives story (all from Bolivar NY estate) CLOCKS: numerous oak wall clocks w/advertising - Coca-Cola, calumet, baking powder, Bull Durham, R.R., ect. 2 fancy oak hanging kitchen clocks, Westonorline chime, oak Ithaca grandfather clock, German Gustaff Becker wall clock, Victorian city clocks, O.G. triple decker, deco. Marble mantle, deco. China clock, arts crafts oak kg clock (shop of the crafters) IMPORTANT MUSICAL HEIRLOOMS: fabulous magh. Stella 17” music box w/drawer and extra pieces, Olympia 16” music box w/oak carved case w/original nautical water color (fantastic), guitar national 1930’s style O-resinator-low serial #’s (scarce), 1940’s Gibson aqustic guitar SPECIAL INTEREST: 1932 Harley Davidson motorcyclefound in local barn (original and untouched,) original August 1932 Yankees team ball-signed Babe Ruth/Lou Gehrig & others (great piece of history) LIGHTING: gorgeous Peirpoint puffy lamp (petite size), signed peirpoint reverse “ship” lamp w/dolphin base (C. Durand), several hanging leaded glass chandeliers, floor lamp w/ quezel shade, matching pr. Bradley & Hubbard winged cherub figural laps, figural ruby oil lap, gothic stain glass hanging light, heintz art copper helmet lamp, Vanbriggle Persian figural lamp w/shade, miller slay panel dble socket lamp, student lamps, reverse painted-Pittsburg lamp. ART POTTERY: Keramis vase w/geometric design (rare), Indian pot, experimental Roseville pottery, Roseville wisteria/sunflower, collection Vanbriggle pottery, Moorcroft, woodland Wellar jardiniére w/foxes, Wellar hanging jardiniére, Bluegrass art pottery ARTS & CRAFTS: Gustav lifetime oak 2 door china diminutive size-original clean varnish, Gustav oak sideboard-original clean finish, Stickley 3 dr. oak library table, 4 oak Roycroft chairs-all signed, Shop Of The Crafters “keg” clock, mission oak peg bookshelf, arts & crafts oak tobacco humidor/liquor cabinet (unusual) Stickley on limberts, oak arts & crafts wall dinner bell, arts & crafts mag. Rake, scarce-oak arts & crafts safe (att. To early Gustau Stickely, hanging arts & crafts lamp, rare-mission oak 3 in 1 stack bookcase/game table (very hard to find), arts & crafts fireplace set, mission andirons, Heint art copper helmet lamp, Macey oak mission dble. 3 stack bookcase (great model) mission copper tea set. COUNTRY FURNISHINGS: outstanding 2 pc. PA cherry stepback cupboard w/window pane doors (extra clean), wonderful 2 door pie safe in old green paint (crest color & form), mustard yellow pt. wooden churn, early child’s wooden buckboard, ptd. wooden bowls, tramp art jewelry chest, pantry boxes, wooden blanket box in old red paint, oak kitchen hoosier cabinet w/porcelain top (nice), grain ptd. 4 door pantry cupboard w/punch tin, early jam chest, wooden chair in old red paints, early ptd. park bench, vintage cane collection, period cherry slant front desk w/ bracket feet, 2 ptd. Oak apothecary cabinets, child’s wooden wheelbarrow, ornate cast iron parlor stove, ptd. Stepback cupboard, “Heinz” wooden mincemeat bucket w/label. DECORATIVE STONEWARE COLLECTION: 1872 dotted fish (rare), Heisar buffalo3 gal. jug w/blue, Mugler 3 gal. w/flower, Burger 3 gal. w/flowers, Havana 2 gal./4 gal. jars w/decorations, West Troy 2 gal. jug w/ parrot in branch, unusual 2 sided cobalt decorated crock w/bird & flowers, J.F. Norton Bennington pitcher, C.W. Braun Buffalo, R.W. Farring-Elira, NY adv. Jug (Watkins, NY), Whites Utica 2 gal. w/bird, Whites Utica 3 gal. churn, Burger 4 gal. jug. HARLEY DAVIDSON gasoline station pump-fully restored (black/orange/chrome), wow!!! Shell gasoline station pump w/clam shell globe (creampuff!!) Polly gas pump w/glass globe fully restored-all original old station pumps restored professionally. ADVERTISING: petroliana-country store-slot machines-gasoline station pumps, diamond tires dble. sided porcelain sign (extremely scare!!), 2 mills 5 cent slot machines in great working condition, 1930’s drink Coca-Cola 5 cent ice cold sign, 1949 drink Coca-Cola in bottles w/girl photo (rare), Coca-Cola lollypop dble. sided sign, Coca-Cola cast iron sign base, Mobile Flying Pegasus horse license plate tags, Delco-light batteries sign, Galtex motor oil dble. sided porcelain sign, Singer sewing machine tin sign, early Sunbeam bread w/girl (great colors), Keystone tool sign, Bunny Bread w/rotating rabbit (rare), 5 cent Pepsi-Cola tin bottle sign, 1950’s drink Coca-Cola ice cold, Sharples cream separator sign, 2 Benjamin Moore paint signs, lg. Te xaco sign, Hires root beer, Soconey 8” motor oil porcelain sign (rare size), Beechnut porcelain sign. COUNTRY STORE OF TIMES PAST: extraordinary mahogany stepback slant front store display, 9’ oak country store seed counter (makes a great kitchen counter), Clark’s mile-end 6 drawer oak spool cabinet w/great detail/labels, Peerless dyes Diamond Dye cabinet w/roll door Ramboor, Peerless dye multi drawer base, Diamond Dye adv. cabinet, wonderful 88 drawer rotary bin w/ stenciling (great find), National brass cash register#313 Myer & Smith-Buffalo (excellent), fabulous appx. 20’ country store counter, oak ribbon cabinet (hard to find), wooden oil bucket, early Jerome oil pump barrel in old paint/stenciling. MORE OUTSTANDING FAMILY HEIRLOOMS INCLUDE: 1880 ten dollar gold coin, German Hummel collection (all full bee marks), wooden airplane propeller, Daum Nancy art vase, student floor lamp, matching pr. Mahogany carved poster beds, mahogany highboy w/mirror & matching dresser, lg. MacArthur picture framed w/signed letter/political buttons, Steiff rabbit, quantity good costume jewelry, 2 early gaming wheels, fold art cat inkwell, oriental bronze carved jardiniéres, Halloween post card albums, 34” Francis Schmidt doll, early 18th cent. Lg. china head doll, armond marsa, baby bylo, enterprise #3 coffee mill, Kendal oil salesman sample case (unique), scarce 3/4 size safe (salesman sample), black amoor horseshoe trade sign, trench art shell lamp, butcher’s country store meat hook, sterling silver, W.R. Case knives, early fireman’s tin type, burl wooden bowl, oak wall phones, officer’s sword, officer’s belt buckle, fireman’s lantern, NY lantern, flow blue china, oak stick ‘n ball room divider, wet oak framed prints, Mershman pipes, phoenix glass peirpoint glass, modern “plycroft” chair (great look), victorian 7 pc. Walnut uph. Settle set, lg. cast iron yard jockey, Japan windup toy robot, seaworthy wind up pond toy (flying Yankee)-rare, early “Gurley” transit complete (scarce), lg. copper candy fudge bowl, carnival glass, steuben glass, sterling, oriental rugs/carpets, 83rd “PA” officers belt buckle. AUCTION TERMS: cash/ck-credit card-ten percent buyer’s premium sale-everything must be removed auction day-delivery arrangements available. Absentee bids/phone bidding available. Hotel accommodations one mile from event location. Location-appx. 70 miles S. of Buffalo *90 miles east Erie PA* Located on exit 24 ramp off Int. 86 **Watch for Daniel A. Carter Inc. Auction signs**


JANUARY 15, 2013

LOCATION: 50 CONGRESS STREET, BRADFORD, PA 16701 PINE OAK PERSONAL CARE HOME UPON CLOSING OF THE FACILITY WE WILL BE AUCTIONING THE REMAINING CONTENTS OF THE HOME SKELETON LISTING: Kenmore gas range, Kenmore refrigerator, Crosley built-in dishwasher (like new), Frigidaire refrigerator, dorm size refrigerator, kitchen table/chairs, lighted display case, china hutch and buffet, Sony stereo system, Sole US Air 12,000 BTU portable air conditioner, window air conditioner, computer table, cork boards, misc. wood chairs, mirrors, coffee table, drop leaf end table, pictures, floor and table lamps, several recliners, Lane cedar chest, love seat, reclining love seat, reclining sofa, book case, TV stands, many single beds, night stands, dressers, Kenmore gas dryer, Bruno Electra Ride II stairway lift chair, hampers, kitchen ware, glassware, DVDs, cassettes, records, VHS tapes, flatware, clocks, Radio Shack scanner, rotisserie BBQ, Nostalgia 3 compartment server, pots/ pans, fire extinguishers, overhead gas heater, metal shelving, file cabinets, electric heaters, handicap accessories, metal wardrobe, exercise equip. pieces, decorations, wall shelves, cookbooks, misc. garden tools, fuel cans, telephone, hardware, fans, Trinity 58 PA police jacket, vintage barn trolley, bicycle, spittoon, knick knacks, misc. small kitchen appliances, box lots, and much more!! (Items must be removed auction day) For Photos and Information check: www.auctionzip.com site #12919 Call LLOYD BURKHOUSE AUCTIONS: 814-368-5726 or 814-331-5941 PA.LIC. AU005494. NO BUYERS PREMIUM!
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GOOD SHEPHERD (Anglican) 29 South Street, (corner of Stone) Cuba, NY 14727 The Rev. Dr. Kenneth W. Gunn-Walberg Sundays........................3:30pm Evening Prayer and Holy Communion using the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. Followed by coffee hour. For info., call 716-968-2393. Visitors most welcome. *** VALLEY RECYCLING: BUYING SCRAP copper, brass, aluminum, stainless steel, etc. Top prices! 34 W. Union Street, Allegany, NY. 716-372-9542. tfcb ——————————————————————————————— PETERSON STOVES Are your heating bills too high? Check out our coal, wood, and gas stoves, free standing units, forced air and hot water boilers. Clean burning, automatic feed. Heat the average home all winter for only $1,100. Call 585-933-7277. tfcb ——————————————————————————————— FOR SALE- 3 bedroom trailer with .5 acre, electric, sewer, water well, located on Harland Ames Road in Richburg, $25,000. Call 585-610-6642 for details. Additional acreage available. tffb THINK MONEY...think Moneysaver reader ads! you’ll save money! Sell you’ll make money! Buy Dr. A. Ramani Arya from Cole Memorial’s Bowman Health Center in Smethport noted, “Symptoms that signify the flu are fever, aches and extreme fatigue.” She added, “12 Questions to ask yourself for determining if you have the cold, flu or allergies...” 1) Do you have a fever? 2) Do you have muscle aches and pains? 3) Do you have a runny nose with clear discharge? 4) Do you have a runny nose with thick discharge? 5) Do you have congestion or a stuffy nose? 6) Do you have a sore throat? 7) Do you have sneezing? 8) Do you have watery, itchy eyes? 9) Do you have a dry, hacking cough? 10) Do you have a moist cough? 11) Do you feel fatigued? 12) Do you have a headache? Reports from the CDC indicate the circulating strains identified are primarily Influenza A (H3N2), and to a lesser extent the 2009 Influenza A (H1N1) and Influenza B strains. Components against these strains are included in this year’s flu vaccine formulation. However, these strains appear to be susceptible to certain antiviral drugs used for treatment options. Contact your healthcare provider for further details. “Usually, the flu season peaks around mid-January or February, but it is not too late to get vaccinated,” said Cole Memorial’s Director of Quality Management & Infection Control Kristine Zitnik, RN, BSN, CIC. “Current recommendations say everyone greater than 6 months of age should be immunized, as this is the best way to protect against the flu. For the past three years, Cole Memorial’s staff has prided themselves on receiving state awards for over 95% flu shots participation to protect our patients and others from infection, in addition to providing community immunization clinics.” Other simple, common actions to prevent the spread of flu include: •Cover coughs or sneezes (try not to use hands) and dispose of tissues properly •Wash hands with soap and water •Use hand sanitizer to clean hands when soap and water are not available •Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth because germs can spread this way •If you do become sick

with flu-like-illness, stay home and limit contact with others for at least 24 hours after the fever is gone (gone without using medicine). When contacting healthcare providers, be sure to advise them of symptoms and when they started. This information may be helpful for a medical appointment. Note: sometimes patients are asked to wear a mask to decrease the chance of spreading the illness to others in the waiting area. fb FAITH BIBLE CHURCH HOUSE OF PRAYER Rte. 417, Little Genesee, NY South Bolivar Road Office: 585-928-1856 Pastor: Roy Elliot Pastor: Clint Pearsall Sunday Service.............1:30pm Sunday School.........9:45am Prayer Meeting Wed.. . . . . . . .7pm Children’s Church and Everyone Welcome Morning Worship........11am Wednesday Evening Moneysaver Teen Groups..................6:30pm Shopping Guide Discovery Club Children’s Program & Prayer Mtg . . . .7pm •14707 Allentown, NY MOPS first and third Tuesday •14708 Alma, NY Sept.-June ..........9:30am-Noon •14715 Bolivar, NY SHINGLEHOUSE CHRISTIAN & MISSIONARY ALLIANCE CHURCH Pastor James Haddon Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship........11:00am Tues. Alliance Youth ....7:00pm Wed. Prayer Meeting.. .7:00pm GRACE BIBLE INDEPENDENT BAPTIST CHURCH 392 Coon Crossing Road Shinglehouse•814-697-7257 Pastor: Roger N. Hain Asst. Pastor: Thomas Isaacson Sunday School..............9:30am Classes for all ages. Morning worship........10:45am includes nursery, children’s church and junior church. Evening Service............7:00pm Mon. (Sept.-Apr.)...JAM Clubs, for children in grades 1-6. Wed. (Sept.-Apr.). Grace Teens, for students in grades 7-12. Wed. Prayer Meeting .. 7:15pm Nursery available for Sunday School, Sunday worship services and Wed. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 19 N. Main St., Portville, NY Rev. Marilyn Hale Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship........11:00am


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COLE MEMORIAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS OFFER SEASONAL FLU TIPS Coudersport, PA- According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), most of the country is now experiencing high levels of influenza-like-illness (ILI). The level of influenza (flu) activity is nearly as high as peak levels seen in past “moderately severe” flu seasons. Amy Sorg, CRNP and family medicine specialist at Cole Memorial stated, “Extra caution needs to be taken to protect against the spread of flu especially for certain people who are considered to be high-risk as it may lead to mortality. This includes young children, people older than age 65, pregnant women, people with weakened immune systems or with comorbidities such as asthma, lung disease, cancer, heart disease or diabetes.” In Pennsylvania, the Department of Health (DOH) reported 3,193 flu cases were identified during the final week of December; up from 2,196 cases reported the week before. According to the Pennsylvania DOH web site, the current status for influenza activity has been labeled “widespread”, meaning there has been an increase in influenza activity in all regions of the state.



*Titles*Registrations*Plates* *ATV/Snowmobiles* *Fax/Copy Services* Walk-ins Welcomed! Main Street ~ Port Allegany, PA PORT ALLEGANY ALLIANCE CHURCH 414 East Mill Street Pastor: Joseph Beckley 814-642-2622


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Sundays: Adult Electives..........9:30am Youth & Children Sunday School...........9:30am (age 4 to 6th grade) Worship & Praise Service Contemporary..................11am Children’s Church Nursery provided to age 3 for all services. Tuesdays: Divorce Care..............6:30pm Wednesdays: Student Ministries Junior High 7-8..............7pm Senior High 9-12............7pm FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 498 Seaward Ave. Bradford, PA 16701 Church: 814-368-7622 Sunday School..............9:45am Morning Worship........11:00am Evening Service............6:00pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting..........7:00pm NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP WORLD OUTREACH CENTER Cyclone, PA Phone: 814-465-3272 Stanton R. Higley, Pastor Sunday Service...........11:00am Monday.........................7:00pm McCRAE BROOK WESLEYAN CHURCH Phone: 814-225-3753 Pastor Bill Nace Sunday School............10:00am Worship Service..........11:00am Wednesday: Family Bible Study & Prayer Service..........7:00pm Youth Ministry.............7:00pm GRACE CHAPEL CHURCH 203 Rte. 446, Farmers Valley, Pa. Phone: 814-887-5567 Pastor: Jerry Stauffer Sunday Morning Service. . . . . .10:30am EAST SMETHPORT UNITED CHRISTIAN CHURCH At Rte. 6 & 46 South Pastor: Rev. Allen Young Associate Pastor: Les Leet 814-887-2255•eschurch.org Sunday: 1st service.....................8:30am Sunday School..............9:45am 2nd service..................10:45am Staffed Nursery & Jr. Church during 2nd service. SWAT Youth Group Sundays.....................5:00pm Kid’s Club (K-6th) Wednesdays.................6-8pm Sunday Eve. Worship........6pm Wed. Prayer/Bible Study. .7pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 12 Church St., Port Allegany 814-642-9250 Worship Service...............11am Church School..............9:45am

Owned and Operated by CHRIS WORKS (#3473) Owned and Operated by CHRIS WORKS (#3473) 560 Chestnut Street Extension (off Elm St.), Bradford, Pa. 560 Chestnut Street Extension (off Elm St.), Bradford, Pa. 814-362-6999 814-362-6999
Mon.-Sat. 9am-7pm; Sun. 11am-4pm Mon.-Sat. 9am-7pm; Sun. 11am-4pm

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HOME DELIVERY A library service available to anyone who can’t leave home because of illness or injury. Please call the S.W. Smith Memorial Library at 814-642-9210 for more information. At this time, service is limited to Port Allegany Borough and Turtlepoint. tf

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FREE METHODIST CHURCH 53 Church Street Port Allegany, PA Pastor Daniel Fuller 814-642-2658 Morning Worship........10:45am Evening Worship..........6:30pm Family Night, Wed.......6:30pm DUKE CENTER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 26 Oil Valley Rd. Duke Center, Pa Rev.: Gary Sheesley Church Phone: 814-966-3922 SUNDAY Sunday School..............8:45am Worship Service...............10am Communion Sunday ................. 1st Sun. of month ELDRED UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Eldred, PA Pastor: Ronald Emery Sunday School. . . .9:30-10:30am Worship Service..........11:00am Thurs. Adult Choir.......7:00pm Kids 4 Christ- (4-6 grade) 2nd Sun...................6pm-8pm Youth Group- (7-12 grade) Every Other Sun.. . . .6-8:00pm CHRISTIAN GOSPEL CHURCH Coleville, PA Pastor: Rev. Dan LaPage 814-465-9535 Dedicated to the proclamation of truth. You are invited to attend any of the following services. Sunday School: ............9:45am Morning Worship Service......................11:00am Evening Service.........5:00pm Nursery and Children Church available. HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH NALC 303 Pine Street Smethport, PA 16749 814-558-6886 Rev. Thomas Beam Sunday Worship...........9:00am hopelutheransmethport.blog spot.com



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Eldred Borough Manufactured home, rented lot 28’ x 80’, 4 bedrooms, former 1.25 acres. Three bedroom ranch home with two car oversized living and family room, master garage, full basement, close to bedroom with walk in closet the state line. and bathroom. #7020 $88,500 #7785
OVERCOMERS CHURCH OF FAITH Aiken, PA Co-Pastors: Revs. Frank & Daunna Hill • 814-465-7776 Sunday School............10:00am Sunday Morning Worship....................11:00am Sunday Evening Worship......................6:00pm Wednesday Prayer. . . . . . .6:30pm Thursday Bible Study..........................6:30pm (Alan Dillenbeck- Teacher) *** The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page. -St. Augustine

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FIREWOOD FOR SALE- Call 814-225-3148. tfc NEED HELP WITH YOUR WINTER MEALS or entertaining? I can help prepare what you don’t have time to do. Call me to discuss what I can do for you. Also available, homemade soups, stews, artisan breads and baked goods. Made to order food gift baskets. Fresh brown eggs. Call Netra Baker at 814-544-7313, Card Creek Trading Post. tfc FOR RENT- 2 bedroom downstairs apartment, references and security required. No pets. 814-642-9483. tfc Factors That Might Hurt A Home’s Value Nowadays, homeowners looking to sell their homes know it’s not as easy to do so as it might have been a few years ago. A struggling economy has made it difficult for many homeowners to sell their homes for a price they’re comfortable with. But the sagging economy is not the only thing can make it difficult to sell a home. In fact, a host of other things, some obvious but some not so obvious, can hurt a home’s value as well. * Location: A home’s location is arguably its best or worst selling point. A home in a great location won’t be as difficult to sell as a home in a bad neighborhood. But location goes beyond a neighborhood’s reputation, especially in recent years. Homeowners who live in a neighborhood or development with many foreclosures might find those foreclosed properties are hurting their own home’s value. Lots of foreclosures could negatively affect a neighborhood’s reputation, which might make a home within that neighborhood less attractive to prospective buyers. * Appearance: A home’s appearance is another obvious variable that might affect its resale value. Homeowners might want their home to reflect their own individuality, but that’s not going to help when the time comes to sell the home. If the exterior paint is out of the ordinary, then it might be wise to choose a more traditional or conservative color before erecting the “For Sale” sign out front. The same goes for a home’s interior. If the interior design is especially unique, a more traditional interior decor might help the home sell faster. * Size and style: Another thing to consider when selling a home is its size and style. A home that stands out on the block might be an attentiongrabber, but that’s not always attractive to prospective buyers. For instance, a colonial sitting in the middle of a street filled with contemporary homes will stand out, but likely for all the wrong reasons. It will likely appear dated and out of place, which is something buyers might not want. In addition, if the home is considerably larger or smaller than the surrounding homes, then this could hurt its value. * Age: Older homes might have character and a sense of nostalgia, but appraisers take age into consideration when determining a home’s value. And buyers tend to lean toward newer homes for a number of reasons, not the least of which is the feeling that newer homes have far more modern amenities than older homes. When it comes to a home’s value, there are a host of things that could increase or decrease that value in the eyes of prospective buyers.

CHARLES COOPER, Associate Broker 267 E. 4th Street Emporium, PA 15834 Office: 814.486.0313 Fax: 814.486.0345 Home: 814.887.6050 [email protected] www.crownrealtypa.com

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GREATER OLEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS www.oleanny.com • www.oleaninfo.com Spotlight Event - Jan. 16, 23, 30, February 6- retirewise® financial education workshops, Jamestown Community College, Cutco Theater, Magnano Rm., Olean, 5:30 - 7pm. It’s understood that one of the biggest financial challenges people face is planning and saving for retirement. To help your employees address this challenge, GOACC is pleased to offer retirewise®, a complimentary workshop series that can help you achieve your retirement goals. Regardless of your age, you can get the info. you need from a local MetLife retirewise® representative who will help you put all the pieces together. Please note: Workshops start date is a week later than what was promoted in December. You have the opportunity to: Attend a four-part complimentary workshop series that covers a range of important financial and retirement topics; Receive a comprehensive workbook that provides resources you can reference during and after the workshop; Schedule an optional one-on-one consultation with the same retirewise® representative who delivered the workshop Register today! Call 866-801-3547. Visit here to register https://www.metlifeplansmart.com/index.asp? Download, print and fax registration info. to: 855-725-0405. If you are prompted to enter company name, please enter it as shown here: Olean Chamber Jan. 15- Dine Out on January 15th and Immanuel Christian Child Care (ICCC) receives 15%!! ICCC will be holding a fundraiser, where dining out and eating ice cream actually benefits children! ICCC representatives will be at Friendly’s in Olean, NY on Tues., Jan. 15th between the hours of 5 to 8pm handing out free flyers that can be included with your payment at the completion of your meal. Simply giving this flyer to the cashier at the completion of your meal earns them 15% of your total bill. The money earned from this fundraiser will help them to continue their mission of enriching each child’s spiritual, social, physical, creative, cognitive and emotional self. Jan. 16- Leadership Skills 2013, GOACC Office, Noon. The presenters are Dan Antonioli, CUTCO Corp.; John Stevens and JB Stevens Organizational Solutions. As a leader, the need to determine your personal strengths is important. Attendees will also gain knowledge in understanding the four major personality styles. The seminars are free for GOACC members. Lunch will be served at the seminar. Register for the seminars - space is limited. For info. or to register, contact GOACC. Jan. 20- Polar Bear Series of Runs/Walks, 10K Run & 4mile Walk, Bradford YMCA. Other runs include: February 10 for the 10-mile Run & 5-mile Walk at Bradford YMCA and March 10 for the Half Marathon Run & 6-mile Walk at Olean YMCA. Call Ink Young at the Olean YMCA 373-2400 for info. National Blood Donor Month - The American Red Cross announces January is National Blood Donor Month - Come in and donate blood now through January 31st at an American Red Cross blood drive and you will receive a coupon for a free pound of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee- when donating blood at one of the following blood drives in Olean: Sat., Jan. 26th from 9am-


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DEER CORN, 50 LBS. / SHELL CORN, 50 LBS. - $8. 50 lbs. cracked shell - $9. 814-887-9299. 2/8p GOLD, 3 GLOBE TABLE LAMP, $20. Oak queen waterbed with two rows of captain’s drawers, $50. Oak shelf with bottom closure, $20. 814-465-3350. 2/8p FOR SALE- 2002 Dodge Dakota truck, no rust, new tires, 4X4, $3,900. 814-225-4276. 2/8p FOR RENT / N. PORT ALLEGANY, RTE. 155- 4 bedroom, 2 living rooms, 2 baths, 2 kitchens, garage, basement, large lot. $700/mo. Includes sewer and water. Deposit and references. 814558-0902. p GOSPEL JUBILEE The First Church of God, 142 Main St., Eldred, PA is hosting a Gospel Jubilee on Tues., January 15 beginning at 11:00 a.m. f
SMETHPORT JR.-SR. HIGH & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MENUS January 16, 2013 - January 22, 2013 Wed. Breakfast: WG or Regular Cereal, 4 oz. Yogurt, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice, Milk. Lunch: Nacho Dippers, Broccoli, Fresh Vegetables, Tropical Fruit Mix, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Thurs. Breakfast: Eggs, Ham, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice, Milk. Lunch: Hamburger or Cheeseburger, Oven Baked Beans, Vegetable Blend, Fresh Vegetables, Chilled Fruit Cocktail, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Fri. Breakfast: Breakfast on a Stick, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice, Milk. Lunch: Pizza, Seasoned Corn, Fresh Vegetables, Mandarin Oranges, Fresh Fruit, Milk. Mon. No School For Students Tues. Breakfast: Poptart, WG or Regular Cereal, Fresh Fruit, Fruit Juice, Milk. Lunch: Corn Dog, Oven Baked Fries, Three Bean Salad, Fresh Vegetables, Chilled Applesauce, Fresh Fruit, Milk. *WG=Whole Grain. Menus are available on line at Smethport School web site and announced on the radio every morning.

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Food Safety Measures That Can Prevent Illness Diet and exercise are synonymous with a healthy lifestyle. When coupled with routine exercise, a healthy diet is even more effective at sustaining long-term health. But just because the foods you eat might be healthy, that doesn’t always mean they’re safe. Food that is contaminated can lead to illness and possibly even death. For instance, even a small bite of food that’s contaminated with the botulism toxin can cost a person his or life or lead to paralysis. While a mistake with regards to food safety can prove costly, there are ways to prevent those mistakes. The following are some food safety measures men, women and children can take to ensure their food is safe for consumption, courtesy of the United States Department of Health & Human Services. * Always wash your hands before preparing or eating food. Germs on your hands can contaminate food. If you’re preparing a meal, always wash your hands before the preparation begins and wash them again in between handling multiple foods. For example, if you are handling raw meat, clean your hands before you touch other foods you will be preparing, such as potatoes or vegetables. Wash hands with soap and running water for at least 20 seconds. * Do not thaw food on the counter. Thawing food on the counter can be quite dangerous, as harmful germs multiply very rapidly at room temperature. Instead of thawing food on the counter, place food in the refrigerator, defrost it in the microwave or submerge food in a pot of cold water. * Do not let food cool before placing it in the refrigerator. Perishable foods that are not immediately refrigerated invite illness-causing bacteria, which can grow in as little as two hours or as little as one hour if the temperature is above 90 F. Instead of leaving perishable items on the counter, refrigerate them within two hours if not immediately. * Do not taste food to check if it is spoiled. The bacteria that causes food poisoning has no taste, so tasting food to determine if it has spoiled won’t do you any good, but it can cause serious illness if the bacteria is present. If you aren’t sure about a certain food, simply throw it away. To learn about safe storage times for the refrigerator and freezer, visit www.foodsafety.gov/keep/charts/storagetimes.html. * Wash any plates or cutting boards that held raw meat. Raw meat as well as poultry and seafood have germs that can spread, especially if you use the same plates or cutting boards for raw meat as you do cooked meat. Thoroughly scrub any dishes that held raw meat before using them for anything else. * Do not wash meat or poultry. Some recipes, especially those for Thanksgiving turkey, advice home chefs to wash meat or poultry before cooking. However, doing so can spread bacteria to the sink, countertops and other kitchen surfaces. Despite what a recipe suggests, never wash meat, poultry or eggs. * Do not eat foods with uncooked eggs. Eggs should always be cooked thoroughly, as they may contain harmful bacteria, including salmonella. Foods that contain uncooked eggs, such as raw cookie dough, while a tasty treat for many people, are potentially very dangerous, exposing you to harmful bacteria that could result in serious illness. * Marinate foods in the refrigerator. Marinating foods is very popular, especially during the barbecuing season. However, marinating foods at room temperature, when harmful germs in meat and bacteria can multiply rapidly, should be avoided at all costs. When marinating meat, poultry or seafood, always do so in the refrigerator. * Do not use leftover marinade on cooked foods. When marinating, there is typically a significant amount of marinade left over. However tempting it may be to add a little extra flavor by reusing that marinade once the food has been cooked, doing so is very dangerous, as the germs from the raw meat, poultry or seafood can spread to the cooked food.

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CORYVILLE CHURCH OF FAITH 1913 Moody Hollow Eldred, PA•814-225-4943 Rev. Kent Hill www.coryvillechurchoffaith.org SUNDAY SERVICES: Sunday School............9:30am Morning Worship......10:45am Sunday Evening.........6:30pm WED: Prayer Meeting..6:30pm LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY FREE METHODIST CHURCH 1300 Prentisvale Road Rte. 346, Duke Center, PA Pastor Beth Rosler 814-966-3998 Sunday Morn. Worship. . .10am FAITH CHURCH OF CHARITY (Independent Assembly of God) Grimes District Road Port Allegany, PA Pastor: Rev. June E. Smith Sunday School............10:00am Morning Worship........11:00am Night Service................4:00pm Wednesday....................4:30pm SEVENTH DAY BAPTIST CHURCH OF HEBRON 5 miles up Whitney Creek off Rte. 44, Crandall Hill Coudersport, PA Rev. Michael L. Burns Sabbath School Saturday....................9:45am Worship Service Saturday..................11:00am Bible Study Wednesday.................1:00pm Saturday....................2:00pm Women’s Society 1st Tuesday of each month............7:30pm SARTWELL CREEK UNION CHURCH Port Allegany RD 2 Port Allegany, PA Rev. LaVerne R. Howard, Pastor Worship Hour. . . . .9:30-10:30am Sunday School. .10:30-11:00am Everyone Welcome GETHSEMANE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH 205 Arnold Ave., Port Allegany, Pa. 16743 814-642-9261 Worship Service..........11:00am TRINITY EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Fulton St., Smethport, Pa. 814-887-2563 Worship Service............9:00am VALLEY WORSHIP CENTER Rte. 446 Farmers Valley Smethport, PA Rev. David Eastman 814-887-5065 Sunday School..............9:30am Morning Worship........10:30am Sunday Evening...........6:00pm Wed. Evening................6:30pm

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