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Tues., Oct. 16, 2012 Vol. 55, No. 26

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S. W. SMITH LIBRARY & BOOKMOBILE 22 Church Street, Port Allegany, PA (Moving to 201 East Maple Street Soon) Phone: 814-642-9210 Library Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 11-7; Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9-4. Book drops at Smiths Hardware, Duke Center Superette, O-E Elementary School. Bookmobile Hours: September 1, 2012-May 31, 2013. Off Road Dec. 26, 27, & 28. Wednesdays- Eldred Senior Center 9:00-11:30. Duke Center (Old School Parking Lot) 1-5:30. Thursdays- Otto Eldred Elementary School 11:00-2. Eldred (Todds Car Lot) 3-7. Fridays- Rixford (by Church) 10-1. Turtlepoint Carlsons Store 1:45-4:45. Cancellations: Listen to WHKS 94.9 FM. tf *** Leaders get out in front and stay there by raising the standards by which they judge themselvesand by which they are willing to be judged. -Frederick Smith

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Violence Awareness Month. It states, This month, let us renew our efforts to support victims of domestic violence in their time of greatest need, and to realize an America where no one lives in fear because they feel unsafe in their own home. DVAM evolved from the first Day of Unity observed in October 1981 by the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The intent was to connect battered womens advocates across the nation who were working to end violence against women and their children. The Day of Unity soon became a special week when a range of activities was conducted at the local, state and national levels. Now, Domestic Violence Awareness Month is a sweeping national movement that works to bring domestic violence and its prevention to the front of public discussion. Without question, domestic violence is a costly and devastating problem in our country and our community.

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There are a number of things any adult can do to help end domestic violence. Cultivate a respectful attitude toward women in your family and at your workplace. Learn about domestic violence services in your community. Contribute your time, resources, or money. Call the police if you see or hear violence in progress. Talk with friends when they belittle women, make a joke about violence, or ignore a battered woman. Examine your own life for violence and oppressive behaviors. Try to live a violence-free life. In Potter County, services to victims of domestic violence are provided by A Way Out. Trained workers can be reached 24 hours a day by calling 814-274-0240 or 877-334-3136. Make domestic violence your business. Work to end domestic violence in Potter County. fb

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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 Womens 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............9:00am Sunday School ...........10:15am FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Main & Grace Streets Port Allegany, PA 814-642-2105 Sunday School..............9:45am Sunday Morning Worship....................10:45am Communion Sunday (the 1st Sunday of the month) Fellowship Dinner after the Morning Worship Service (last Sunday of the month) Wednesday Bible Study and Prayer.................7:00pm ST. JOSEPHS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Arnold Avenue Port Allegany, PA Pastor Joann Piatko 814-558-5876 Sunday Service.............9:00am Sunday School..............9:00am 1st Sunday of each month 2nd Service at...............4:00pm 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 GAME COMMISSION POSTS MAPS OF STATE GAME LAND ROADS OPEN FOR HUNTING/TRAPPING SEASONS Harrisburg- Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe today announced that the agency has developed and posted an online listing of maps that depict roads opened seasonally to provide hunters and trappers greater access into interior portions of State Game Lands. These roads are opened to provide hunters and trappers better access to the State Game Lands system, which is a priority for the agency, Roe said. Statewide, we have more than 400 miles of seasonally-opened roads on State Game Lands. These roads are important to the public; their seasonal openings are based on hunting seasons, road conditions and safety. From time to time, we close some of these roads when conditions warrant. In the past, we have been forced to close roads due to storm run-off following hurricanes, or excessive snow. To access the information, go to the Game Commissions web site (, and click on Seasonal SGL Road Openings in the Quick Clicks box in the right-hand column. From this page, choose the region of interest to view its listing of State Game Lands with seasonally-open roads, the period each road is opened, and a map to help pin-point the road that is open. To open the map, click on the State Game Land number. For a more detailed map of each State Game Land, select State Game Lands Maps in the center of the agencys homepage or under Quick Clicks. Then choose the region of interest from the map. The region map will enable you to identify the State Game Land number of interest, which you can then select in the drop-down menu under State Game Lands Maps. To Connect with Wildlife, visit the Game Commission at the following: Web site:; Twitter:; YouTube: pagamecommission; Facebook: PennsylvaniaGameCommission fb FOR RENT- 3 bedroom, 1 bath home, garage with workshop, nice yard in Eldred, Pa. A vailable Nov. 1st. $575/mo. Ref./Dep. 716790-2663. 6/25p SCALLOPED POTATOES & HAM DINNER with vegetable, applesauce, dessert and beverage. Thursday, October 18th, 5 to 6:30pm. Smethport American Legion Postroom. $6- Adults. $4- Children. Open to public. Take-outs available. c FOR SALE: Good hay, 1st & 2nd cutting. Mulch & straw. Call 814366-3673, 814-887-2244. 4/2c


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TWIN TIER CHRISTIAN RIDERS MEETING Local Chapter of Christian Motorcyclists Association- 2nd Saturday of the month, 9am at Foxs Pizza, Eldred, Pa. Weather permitting, ride to follow. All visitors welcome! tffb GREATER OLEAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS Oct. 18- Basketball Tipoff Luncheon, Bartlett Country Club, Olean. The St. Bonaventure University Department of Athletics invites you to a Basketball Tipoff Luncheon and the unveiling of the Universitys Strategic Plan for Athletics: Your Teams, Our Extraordinary Future. Speakers will include Mens Basketball Coach Mark Schmidt, Womens Basketball Coach Jim Crowley, and Athletics Director Steve Watson. Please RSVP by Oct. 16 to Steve Mest via e-mail (preferred) - or (716) 375-2319. Indicate your choice of lunch entre (soup incl.): Turkey on whole wheat w/provolone & pesto mayo w/ lettuce, tomato; Grilled bbq chicken on costanzo roll w/ cheddar, bbq sauce, lettuce, tomato; and Turkey & Ham Wrap w/ Swiss, lettuce, tomato and honey Dijon dressing. Oct. 17- Friends/Family CPR Training, Olean General Hospital, Education Center, Olean. Free training for individuals who want to learn CPR but do not need a course completion card. This course is ideal for schools and students, new parents, babysitters and others interested in learning how to utilize CPR. Contact OGH for info. at 716-375-6170. Oct. 19- Friends of Good Music, in association with the Quick Center, present The Linden String Quartet, The Regina A. Quick Center for the Arts, St. Bonaventure University, 7:30pm. Info., call 716-375-2494. Oct. 24- Longaberger Basket and Cash Bingo, Knights of Columbus, Olean, doors open 6pm, cash early bird 6:30pm, Bingo 7pm. Zonta Club of Olean Longaberger Basket & Cash Bingo w/ Chinese Auction to benefit Breast Cancer Research & Prevention at Knights of Columbus in Olean. Doors open at 6pm w/ early bird cash bingo at 6:30pm and Basket & Cash Bingo starts at 7pm. Call Ann Marie Wright, 372-0321 for info. Oct. 25, 26, 27, 28- Twelve A ngry Men, Washington Street Theater, corner of Sixth & Washington Sts., Olean. Oct. 25, 26, 27 at 7:30pm, Oct. 28 at 2:30pm. For tickets, call 373SHOW or visit us online at Oct. 26- A nnual Chicken BBQ Fundraiser, Olean General Hospital, 11am-6:30pm for drive thru pick ups. Monies raised will be donated toward the new Fetal Monitoring System in the Obstetrical Unit. Oct. 31- Seminar - Leveraging Social Media Networks to your advantage, tips and tricks! GOACC Office, 8am. Social networking is changing the way business and info. is exchanged every day. Learn how to establish new contacts and build relationships; raise awareness of your organization; share useful information with professionals; increase your web traffic through online visibility. Presenter- Michael Kintner GOACCs membership committee began hosting seminars every six weeks last Sept. Each seminar featured a topic of concern to our membership. They are held at the Chamber office at no cost for Chamber members. Space is limited, so please RSVP to fb


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While many seniors are going green today for altruistic reasons, it also makes good financial sense. Recycling items, conserving utilities and fuel and making smart choices can stretch a fixed income even further. Choosing to walk or ride a bike instead of getting behind the wheel may be not only environmentally friendly, but its financially savvy as well. Here are some ways of living straight out of the Great Depres-sion that can be put to use today. * Use the milk-man. Although it may seem like the milkman is extinct, milk and other dairy products can still be delivered straight to a persons home from a local dairy or farm. Adding re-usable milk bottles re-duces the reliance on disposable containers, while buying local cuts down on the fuel costs necessary to transport products. * Pass down

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Among older adults, falls are the leading cause of injury deaths. They are also one of the most common reasons seniors visit the emergency rooms for trauma each year. Falls are largely preventable. More than one-third of adults aged 65 or older fall each year in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Many of these falls lead to serious injuries, such as head trauma, hip fractures, other fractures, and bruising. Due to the nature of bones becoming more brittle as a person ages, falls that would be minor for someone younger can be dangerous to older adults. Most fractures experienced by older adults are due to falls. The risk for injury increases the older a person is, say experts. And falls can also contribute to early

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Soaring unemployment numbers, rising prices on necessities and stricter rules regarding qualifying for a home mortgage have become the norm. As a sideeffect, many adult children are finding difficulty making ends meet. The solution for many is to ask Mom or Dad if they can move back home.

Young adults and even established families are finding that the economic crunch is taking its toll on their ability to make it on their own. The scarcity of jobs and high foreclosure rates is leading a number of adult-age children to solicit their parents for a place to stay. While the situation is often billed to be temporary, the economic downturn might linger longer than expected.

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10429 Rte. 5, Ripley, NY.
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SATURDAY OCTOBER 20, 2012 @ 5:01 PM
GREEN GABLE VILLAGE EVENT CENTER 4343 S. Whalen Rd. Great Valley, NY 14741 ANTIQUE & MODERN FIREARMS, CASE KNIVES, SWORDS, MILITARY, SILVER COINS, CURRENCY, GREAT TOYS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, COCA-COLA, ANTIQUES This is a wonderful auction highlighted by the following: Exceptional 32 caliber Pa. Flintlock by M. Davies & engraved by Brady Toombs Fredonia, NY, other quality guns, ammo, many mint Case knives in boxes, also Kabar & Cutco, Kaiser sword, WK&C military sword, mint WWI uniform, military patches, key date high grade 1903 Morgan dollar, key date Washington quarters 1932-D & 1932-S, other early coins, early currency, 14 k gold jewelry, pocket watches, rare & nice Keystone Packard model 49 firetruck, rare Uneeda pull toy Bakers wagon, 1890s mechanical artillery bank, other steel toys, Hot Wheels, Conn trumpet, acoustic & electric guitars, Slag glass chandelier, rare 1953 Coca-Cola H-110-B original vending machine along with hundreds of other great collectable & quality merchandise, tools, appliances and other household items. NOTE: This sale will be cataloged with descriptions and photos which you can find on our website: Dont miss it, theres some great merchandise. TERMS: CASH, CHECK W/ID 10% BP AUCTIONEER: Corey W. Brown 716 945-3600 or 716 485-6164
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Having sold our farm we will offer the following: Like new McCormick CT 55U tractor (w/400 hrs., cab, 4WD, L116 loader), JD 2 bottom plow, Rotovator, power angle back blade, carry all, Woods York rake, box blade, cultivators, 6 ft. brush hog, slip scoop, cyclone spreader, pig pole, log splitter, sod buster, chisel plow, tractor chains, dump trailer, Kubota ZD 21 Zero turn mower, Rear tine tiller, power washer, chain saws, air compressor, air hoses, 25 gal. sprayer, back pack sprayer, bench vise, jack stands, floor jack, limb trimmer, string trimmers, nuts, bolts, metal shelving, metal cabinets, gas cans, come alongs, stack tool boxes, have a heart traps, step ladders, planter, bench grinder, wood lathe, Sorby lathe tools, Sears radial arm saw, Rockwell band saw, Welsaw thickness planer, drill press, jointer, hand tools, power tools, reloading equipment, many dyes, large gun safe, camping cookware, ornate carved oak side board, plus much more. NOTE: All farm equipment is 3 PTH and all is in like new condition. TERMS: Payable in full day of auction. Cash, Check & Major credit cards accepted. Photos at ROCCOS AUCTIONS AND APPRAISALS Phone 814-449-3162 AU-2352-L


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Smethport, PA 814-887-5547
Great Price!

Port Allegany, PA 814-642-5000



Otto Township Well structured historical home with Well maintained 1.5 story home many original features, six decorative fireplaces, detached with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garage, picturesque backyard with a full basement, detached garage brick terrace, firepit and Victorian with large lot. fencing, well maintained. $265,000 #7647 $69,900
REGULAR BAPTIST CHURCH Valley Rd., Smethport, Church: 814-887-5632 Pastor Jack Gregg 814-887-2826 Sunday School (all ages).....................9:30am Sunday Morning Worship....................10:45am Sunday Evening Worship......................6:00pm Wednesday Evening Bible Study & Prayer........................6:30pm Monday Evening Teen Program............6:30pm FIRST CHURCH OF GOD Where Salvation Makes You A Member 140 Main Street Eldred, PA Rev. James Kazimer Sunday School............10:00am Sunday Morning Worship....................11:00am Sunday Eve. Worship. . .7:00pm Wednesday Eve. Worship..7pm FREE CHRISTIAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH Pine Street, Smethport, PA Pastor: Bill Simms 814-887-5669 Sun. Morn. Worship. . . . . . . .11am Tues. Eve. Bible Study. 6:30pm

Smethport Borough

Port Allegany Borough

Two story home with 4 bedrooms, excellent family home. Storage building.

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206 N. Main St., Port Allegany, PA

Sat., October 20, 2012


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4 Sweitzer Drive, Duke Center, PA
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Closed Sunday & Monday

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Sun., Oct. 21st
Starting at: 1:00 p.m. Doors open at 11:00 a.m.

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FALL FIREARMS DEER SEASONS MAKING A DIFFERENCE Harrisburg - The states early firearms antlerless deer seasons - early muzzleloader season, Oct. 13-20, and special firearms season for junior, senior, active duty military and certain disabled hunters, Oct. 18-20 - will soon be here, along with seasons for squirrels and grouse, so there will be plenty of hunting opportunities across the state, according to Carl G. Roe, Pennsylvania Game Commission executive director. Roe noted that these early antlerless deer seasons provide hunters more ways to fit deer hunting into their busy schedules, and offer a more relaxing hunt to those who prefer warmer weather and fewer hunters in the woods. Although the October antlerless seasons increase hunting opportunities, their harvests still are controlled by antlerless deer license allocations, which are set to remove a pre-determined number of antlerless deer from a Wildlife Management Unit (WMU), Roe said. Hunters heading afield for the October firearms seasons likely will find that deer numbers vary by locality. To participate in the early muzzleloader season (Oct. 1320), hunters must have a general hunting license, muzzleloader stamp and a valid antlerless deer license or Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) antlerless deer permit. Hunters may use in-line, percussion and flintlock

muzzleloaders during the early muzzleloader season. They also may use scopes, peep-sights and other lawful sighting devices on muzzleloaders during the October hunt. To participate in the special firearms antlerless season (Oct. 18-20), hunters must have a general hunting license and a valid antlerless deer license, and qualify in one of the following license categories: resident junior or senior license holders; nonresident junior license holder; nonresident adult license holders age 65 or older; hold a disabled person permit to use a vehicle as a blind; be residents who are serving on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces; or qualify for license and fee exceptions under section 2706. Sporting arms permitted include: manually-operated center-fire rifles, handguns and shotguns; 44-caliber or larger muzzleloading long guns; 50caliber or larger muzzleloading handguns; long, recurve or compound bows; and crossbows. Based on a recent change in state law and Game Commission regulations, these two antlerless deer seasons now are open to participants of the Mentored Youth Hunting Program, which was created for those under the age of 12. Mentored youth must obtain a MYHP permit ($2.70) for the current year, and they may receive only one antlerless deer license by transfer during a license year. Adult mentors may transfer more than one antlerless deer license, but they must be to different mentored youth. The transfer is valid only if

done in the WMU for which the antlerless deer license was issued. (Note: A proposed change in regulations to allow for the transfer of one DMAP antlerless deer permit to a mentored youth wont take effect until the 2013-14 seasons, as the proposal still requires final adoption by the Board.) For antlered deer, the mentored youth must use the harvest tag that comes with the MYHP permit. Hunters are advised that they may take only antlerless deer in the early muzzleloader and special firearms seasons, and that they may hunt only in the WMU or DMAP areas for which they have obtained antlerless deer licenses. An antlerless deer is defined as a deer without antlers, or a deer with spike antlers less than three inches in length. Muzzleloader and special firearms season hunters are reminded that when multiple harvests of deer per day are permitted, only one deer at a time may be taken. Before attempting to take an additional deer, the first deer must be lawfully tagged. However, in Special Regulations Area counties of Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia, hunters may shoot multiple deer before tagging. Deer must be tagged immediately after they are harvested and before the carcass is moved. The tag must be attached to the ear and remain attached until the deer is processed for consumption or prepared for mounting. continued on next page...


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taken during the license year. Successful bear hunters must attach the bear harvest tag to the bears ear and contact the appropriate region office within 24 hours for instructions to have the animals checked. Office telephone numbers are listed on page 5 of the 2012-13 Hunting and Trapping Digest. Pennsylvanias black bear population is larger and more widely distributed than ever, and bear-human incidents are becoming commonplace, especially in more developed areas, said Carl G. Roe, Game Commission executive director. Continued expansion of residential development into areas occupied by black bears has resulted in more frequent sightings and encounters between people and bears. There are low bear densities in WMUs 2B, 5B, 5C and 5D, which all have relatively high human population densities. As part of the Game Commissions bear management plan, the agency wants to continue to have a minimal number of bears in these areas, and hunters to have more opportunity to take bears there. f

FALL FIREARMS continued... Any hunter who by accident or mistake kills an illegal deer is required to deliver the carcass - entrails removed within 24 hours of the kill to any Game Commission officer in the county where the deer was killed. A written statement also must be provided to the officer explaining when, where and how the accident or mistake occurred. The deer must be tagged with the appropriate deer harvest tag. Hunters may purchase muzzleloader licenses at any time. The license entitles them to hunt in both the fall antlerless muzzleloader season and the traditional flintlock season. Regulations for the after-Christmas muzzleloader season remain unchanged: hunters may use only primitive type muzzleloading long guns 44-caliber or larger with flintlock ignition systems and primitive sighting devices. Fiber-optic inserts are permitted sighting devices. Hunters in either October firearms season are required to wear 250 square inches of fluorescent orange clothing on the head, chest and back combined at all times. Bowhunters afield

during the overlap of the archery and October antlerless firearms seasons also must wear at least 250 square inches of fluorescent orange while moving and display an orange alert band while on stand. f BEAR & DEER SEASONS TO OVERLAP IN URBAN WMUS Muzzleloader deer hunters and those participating in the three-day special firearms deer season in Wildlife Management Units 2B, 5B, 5C and 5D will be able to participate in overlapping bear hunting opportunities. This opportunity was approved by the Board of Game Commissioners as a means of achieving the agencys goal of reducing bear-human conflicts in these urbanized areas of southwestern and southeastern corners of the state. Deer hunters who also possess a valid bear license will be able harvest a bear in WMUs 2B, 5B, 5C and 5D from Oct. 1320 during the muzzleloader season, or from Oct. 18-20 during the three special firearms deer season for junior, senior, active duty military and certain disabled hunters. Only 1 bear may be



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KINGS CUT N CLIP: Mens haircuts and styles. 322 Main Street, Smethport. Walk-ins daily. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. tfc STUMPER 814-642-2669 Stump Removal, reasonable rates, free estimates. Lewis Duell, 12 Ransom Street, Port Allegany, Pa. tfc NICE 1 BEDROOM APARTMENT outside Port Allegany. Electric, water, refrigerator, range, dishwasher, carport included. $550. No smokers or pets. 814-642-2270. tfc FIREWOOD FOR SALE- Call 814-225-3148. tfc BRADFORD AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OCTOBER 2012 CALENDAR OF EVENTS Oct. 16- 2012 Elf Fund Application Dates 9am-1pm Bradford Senior Center (for seniors), 60 Campus Dr., Bradford, Pa. Organized by the Elf Fund. For info., contact Lisa Johnson, 814-368-5648. Oct. 16- Writing Center 3-5pm Bradford Area Public Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. To assist students & adults who need guidance with homework or work-related writing. For info., e-mail Oct. 16- Teen Book Club 5-6pm Bradford Area Public Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. New to the library, teens will begin their own book club. Meet once a month to discuss a fun book with friends (and pizza)! The library will provide the book for your teen to keep. Sign up now! Space is limited. Contact the library at 814-362-6527. Oct. 17- Adult First Aid CPR/AED 9am-4pm American Red Cross, 302 Congress St., Bradford, Pa. Health and safety class provided by American Red Cross in McKean-Potter Counties. For info., call 814-368-6197. Oct. 17 & 24- Ironing Board Cover 10am-2pm Little Fabric Garden, 12 Northgate Dr., Bradford, Pa. Class will meet two times to complete the project. For info., Judy Brown at 814362-6070 or email Oct. 17- Adult CPR/AED 9am-12:30pm American Red Cross, 302 Congress St., Bradford, Pa. Health and safety class provided by American Red Cross in McKean-Potter Counties. For info., call 814-368-6197. Oct. 17- BAPL Donor Open House 4-6pm Bradford Area Public Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. An evening to celebrate BAPLs donors with entertainment, conversation, and refreshments. For info., contact the library at 814-362-6527. Oct. 18- Report Cards Distributed Bradford Area School District. Oct. 18- Binding and Finishing Tutorial 6-9pm Little Fabric Garden, 12 Northgate Dr., Bradford, Pa. For info., Judy Brown: 814-362-6070 or email Oct. 18- BACC Oktoberfest/Annual Auction 5:30-8:30pm, Bradford Club, 32 Boylston St., Bradford, Pa. Annual auction of items from area businesses and organizations, getaway packages, and more. Proceeds support services provided by

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BACC. Contact the Chamber, 814-368-7115 for reservations. OTTO-ELDRED ELEMENTARY BREAKFAST/LUNCH MENU Oct. 18- Verb Ballets 7:30pm Bromeley Family Theater, October 17, 2012 - October 23, 2012 Blaisdell Hall, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Wed. Breakfast: Pancakes, Eggs, Juice, Milk, Choice of Poptart. Campus Dr., Bradford, Pa. For info., call the Bromeley Box Lunch: Mac and Cheese, Spinach, Red & Yellow Peppers, Office at 814-362-5113. Grapes, Apple, Milk. Oct. 19- Preschool Story Hour 10:30-11:30am Bradford Lunch B: Chicken, Roll. Area Public Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Includes Lunch C: Chef Salad, Roll. story, craft, snack, and social interaction. Geared toward pre-K Thurs. Breakfast: French Toast, Sausage, Juice, Milk, Choice of Poptart. children, accommodates infants and toddlers. For info., contact Lunch: Ham & Cheese Croissant, Baby Lima Beans, Pineapple, Bradford Area Public Library at 814-362-6527. Milk. Oct. 20- Indoor Trick or Treat 11am-12noon Bradford Area Lunch B: Chicken, Roll. Public Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Join the Lunch C: PB & J, Cheese Stick. librarys indoor trick or treat! The librarys Halloween party Fri. Breakfast: Cereal, Toast, Juice, Milk, Choice of Poptart. will have activities, prizes, and of course, treats! Lunch: Fish on Roll, Tater Tots, Carrots, Coleslaw, Applesauce, Oct. 23- Writing Center 3-5pm Bradford Area Public Milk. Library, W. Washington St., Bradford, Pa. To assist students Lunch B: Chicken, Roll. and adults who need guidance with homework or work-related Lunch C: Chef Salad, Roll. writing. For info., e-mail Mon. Breakfast: Cereal, English Muffin, Juice, Milk, Choice of Poptart. Oct. 23-24- Sunshine Book Fair 9am-4pm (23), 7am-2pm Lunch: Grilled Chicken on Bun, Baked Beans, Broccoli, Peaches, (24) BRMC Outpatient Lobby, 116 Interstate Prkwy, Bradford, Milk. Pa. Sponsored by Bradford Hospital Auxiliary. For info., Lunch B: Cheese Filled Breadsticks. contact Bradford Hospital Auxiliary at 814-362-8432. Lunch C: Chef Salad, Roll. Oct. 23, 24, 25, & Nov 13- 2012 Elf Fund Application Tues. Breakfast: Funnel Cake, Juice, Milk, Choice of Poptart. Dates 12-4pm Bradford Area Public Library, 67 West Lunch: Roast Turkey, Gravy, Roll, Mashed Potatoes, Green Washington St., Bradford, Pa. Organized by the Elf fund. For Beans, Carrots, Juice, Milk. info., contact Lisa Johnson at 814-368-5648. Lunch B: Cheese Filled Breadsticks. Oct. 23 & 25- Quickbooks 2011 Level I 6-9pm (Registration Lunch C: PB & J, Yogurt. at 5:45pm) Clarion University Small Business Development Choice of Milk Daily: Lo-Fat Chocolate- 40; Lo-Fat Strawberry- 40; Lo-Fat Center, 330 North Point Dr., Suite 100, Clarion, PA 16214. Vanilla- 40; Lo-Fat White- 30. Ice Cream sold: Tues. & Thurs.- 50. Save $ and register for both Quickbooks Level I and Breakfast: Student- 75; Faculty- $1.25. Lunch: Student- $1.50; ReducedQuickbooks Level II. Cost includes Quickbooks training 40; Faculty- $2.75. Menus are subject to change. f manual. To register call 814-393-2060 or 877-292-1843 or email HOME DELIVERY. A library service available to anyone Oct. 23- BCPAC Season Event: The Capitol Steps 7:30pm who cant leave home because of illness or injury. Please call Bromeley Family Theater, Blaisdell Hall, University of the S.W. Smith Memorial Library at 814-642-9210 for more Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Campus Dr., Bradford, Pa. This information. At this time, service is limited to Port Allegany group puts the mock back in democracy with their song Borough and Turtlepoint. tf parodies and satiric skits. Call 814-362-2522, visit the BCPAC office (10 Marilyn Horne Way), or online at Oct. 23- Latinos in the US: A Remaking of America? 7:30pm Rice Auditorium, Fisher Hall, University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, 300 Campus Dr., Bradford, Pa. By Free lecture by Dr. Hector Velez, who teaches sociology at Wood Fireplaces Liners Custom Log Homes Cornell University. f Coal Boilers Hearth Products Log Siding


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Teacher-Bertha Spencer Lewis; Albert Lewis School Picture. First Row- Roger Dardene, Glen Grinis, (Bertha) Myrtle Coon, Anna Denning, Edna Westfall, Rose Tronetti, Forest Mowery, Premo Tronetti. Second Row- Luella Tarbox, Ruth Eastwood, Leona Mowery, Cleo Dardene, Cora Coon, Lawrence Backus. Third Row- Harold Williams, Viola Smith, Eha Tronetti, Lena Tronetti, Elva Nelson, Harry Tronetti, Howard Tarbox, Fredrick Dardene. Fourth Row- Albert Lewis, Carson Smith, Harry Coon, Tommy Denning, Herman Tarbox, Arnold Washburn, Arthur Backus, Clarence Studley, Toni Tronetti, Anson Lewis with rabbit in hand, Paul Grimes. You got a licking at the school and one when you got home. I had memories of being herded out to the outhouses & the rubber hose lickings from her. Courtesy of Port Allegany History Heritage Club - Clyde Johnson 642-2423.
GAME COMMISSION OFFERS WARM-WEATHER VENISON CARE TIPS Improperly field-dressing a deer and warm weather can impact the quality of venison warns Dr. Walter Cottrell, Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife veterinarian. The first step in making sure that the venison reaches the table in the best possible condition is sighting in and practicing with your sporting arm, Dr. Cottrell said. Coupling that with knowledgeable shot placement ensures a clean kill and minimal damage to edible parts of the animal. After properly tagging their deer, hunters should wear latex or nitrile gloves to remove the entrails. Care should be taken to remove entrails without rupturing them, and hunters should drain excess blood remaining in the cavity. Do not wash out the deer with water or in a creek. Wipe down the cavity with a dry cloth or paper towels, being careful to remove all visible blood and hair. Once entrails are removed, the deer should be taken from the field and cooled down as soon as possible. The cool-down process begins when you field-dress the deer. To hasten the cooldown process, skin the deer and hang the carcass in the shade, refrigerate it or place a bag of ice in the body cavity. Never place a deer carcass - with or without the hide on it - in direct sunlight. For those who process the deer themselves, the first step after tagging and field-dressing the deer - is to remove the hide, which comes off easier if the front legs are cut off at the elbows, and the rear legs are removed just below the knee joint, with a saw. Use a knife to cut the hide from where each leg was sawed off at the elbow, back to the body trunk. Cutting the rear legs just below the joint also makes it easier to hang a carcass on a gambrel or meat hooks. Hang the carcass by the large tendons on the back legs. Next, the hide is pulled from the carcass, starting at the rear end and working downward toward the head. Peel it from the hind quarters first, then cut the tailbone and pull it down to the shoulders. Work the hide over the shoulders and pull it away from the legs. Finally, pull the hide down the neck as close to the base of the skull as possible, and then cut the head from the carcass with a clean saw. Remove all of the trachea or windpipe. The remaining hide-free carcass should be wiped off immediately. If you use water to clean the cavity or carcass, dry the meat immediately. Wet or damp meat spoils more quickly and is more prone to nurture bacteria. Rinsing meat with water also can hasten the spread of bacteria. Inspect the carcass again for any blood and hair. Its also a good idea to remove large fatty deposits to improve the quality of your meat. It helps lessen that game taste some people dislike about venison. Please note, though, that fat is removed from the carcass with greater ease after it has cooled. Following these steps will prepare your carcass for hanging in a meat processors refrigerator, or quartering and placing it in your refrigerator. If the air temperature is above 50 degrees, hunters should get their carcass refrigerated as soon as possible. The bacterial load of a deer harvested in warm weather will multiply quickly, so its important to dress the deer as soon as possible, transport it from the field and remove the hide, wipe it down with a clean, dry towel to remove blood and refrigerate the carcass, Dr. Cottrell said. Cooling the carcass will help prevent bacterial growth. Hunters who are interested in becoming more selfsufficient also can de-bone the carcass. The cuts are relatively simple and can be made while the deer is hanging or from a plastic sheet-covered table. An inexpensive plastic fluorescent light cover which can be purchased at any home supply store can be used for a cutting board. Deboning ensures the hunter can inspect and trim excess fat and damaged meat from his or her cuts of venison before freezing. First, remove the shoulders with a filleting knife. This can be done without cutting a bone, by cutting behind the shoulderblade. Next, remove the meat from the shoulder with a filleting knife. Hindquarters can be removed from the carcass next by using a saw or by cutting from the underside with a knife. If you plan to have steaks or jerky made from them, dont make any further cuts. Inside the body cavity, against the backbone, are the tenderloins, considered the best cut of meat on a deer. Use your hand, and a knife when necessary, to pull them free. Outside the cavity, along the backbone, are the loin muscles or backstraps, which also are outstanding cuts. Again, using a filleting knife and your fingers, slide the blade along the spine to separate each back-strap and then finish each piece by cutting in along the top of the ribs and under the muscle to the first cut youve made. The remainder of the carcass can be de-boned with a filleting knife. Try to trim fat from meat where you can and wipe off blood whenever it is encountered. De-boning can be done relatively quickly, but remember, every ounce of meat you remove increases your trimmings for sausage, bologna, meat sticks or other products. De-boned meat can be taken to a meat processor immediately, or frozen and taken later. Hindquarters may be frozen for processing later as jerky or dried venison. Steaks should be cut fresh. A link to a video on deboning in the field can be seen on our web site (, by putting your cursor over Wildlife in the menu bar at the top of the homepage, then putting your cursor over Wildlife Diseases in the drop-down menu listing, and then clicking on Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in the next drop-down menu listing. To view the video link, scroll down to What precautions should hunters take, and click on video link to the video. Its always a good idea to become self-sufficient as a hunter, because of the satisfaction youll derive from processing a deer all by yourself and the extra care and quality control youll provide, noted Cal DuBrock, Pennsylvania Game Commission Bureau of Wildlife Management director. It also broadens your hunting experience and makes you more conscious of where you need to place the crosshairs when you shoot. The Game Commission offers two free brochures on venison care and field-dressing deer. The first, To Field Dress a Deer, offers step-by-step instructions - with illustrations - on how to field-dress a deer. The second, Venison Neednt Be Pot Luck, offers field-dressing instructions and cooking tips. To assist hunters in getting the most of their wild game harvests, the Game Commission offers a two-disk series, produced by Jerry Chiappetta and featuring Certified Master Chef Milos Cihelka. These DVDs - Wild Game Field Care and Cooking and Upland Game Birds, Small Game & Waterfowl show step-by-step the best care for game animals from the field to the table. The videos are available from the Game Commissions web site ( Put your cursor over General Store, then click on Visit the Outdoor Shop, choose Pennsylvania Game Commission Outdoor Shop in the lower left-hand corner, select Merchandise, then choose Videos and then scroll down to the DVD video you are interested in and complete the order form. Both DVDs sells for $18.87 (plus tax and shipping and handling). Finally, for recipes that will make venison tastier, consider buying the Game Commissions Pennsylvania Game Cookbook for $4.71 plus tax and a $1.25 for shipping and handling. The book and aforementioned free brochures are available by writing: Pennsylvania Game Commission, Dept. MS, 2001 Elmerton Ave., Harrisburg, PA 17110-9797. f THREE WAYS AVAILABLE TO REPORT A HARVEST Those participating in the upcoming October antlerless deer seasons will be able to file their harvest reports through the Pennsylvania Game Commissions online system, the tollfree Interactive Voice Response (IVR) harvest reporting system telephone number, which is 1-855-PAHUNT1 (1-855-724-8681), or via postage-paid postcard. To report a deer harvest online, go to the Game Commissions web site (, click on Report Your Harvest above the Quick Clicks box in the right-hand column, check Harvest Reporting, scroll down and click on the Start Here button at the bottom of the page, choose the method of validating license information, and click on the checkbox for the harvest tag being reported. A series of options will appear for a hunter to report a harvest. After filling in the harvest information, click on the Continue button to review the report and then hit the Submit button to complete the report. Failing to hit the Submit button will result in a harvest report not being completed. Hunters who use the toll-free number to submit a harvest report will receive a confirmation number, which they should write down and keep as proof of reporting. Those who report online should print or save a copy of their harvest report submission as proof of reporting. Roe noted that hunters should have their Customer Identification Number (hunting license number) and field harvest tag information with them when they call, and that multiple harvests can be reported in a single call. He also stressed callers should speak clearly and distinctly when reporting harvests, especially when providing the Wildlife Management Unit number and letter. Hunters may report one or more harvests in a single session, Roe said. Responses to all harvest questions are required. Roe noted that hunters still have the option to file harvest report postcards, which are included as tear-out sheets in the current digest. We certainly are encouraging hunters to use the online reporting system, which will ensure that their harvest is recorded, Roe said. Either way, the more important point is that all hunters who harvest a deer report it to the agency.



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Where All Children Are Welcome

OCTOBER 16, 2012

BOARD OF EDUCATION NEWS: The Regular meeting of the Smethport Area School District Board of Directors was held on Monday, October 8, 2012, in the Smethport Area Elementary School. The following agenda items were approved:


Congratulations to Bryce Crowley and Tyler Woodard for representing Smethport at the 1st round of District IX Golf Championships. Tyler was named to the 1st Team of the North Penns Woods Golf League. Congratulations to Laura Alfieri, Brittany Faulkner, Caroline Miller, & Ashley Wian for representing Smethport at the North Penn Woods Girls Golf League Championship Tournament. Laura finished 7th out of 22 girls. Laura also represented Smethport at the 1st round of District IX Golf Championships and placed 12th. North Penns Woods Golf League named Laura Alfieri as Honorable Mention.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR October 29th ~ End of First Nine Weeks Marking Period.. October 31st ~ Elementary Halloween parade around the parking lot at 1:45 p.m. (weather permitting) November 1st ~ Act 80 Day - Parent/Teacher Conferences - NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS. Report cards distributed via parent/teacher conferences. November 2nd ~ 1/2 Professional Development Day / NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS. November 22nd - 27th ~ Thanksgiving Vacation / Deer Season / NO SCHOOL. December 24th - January 1st ~ Christmas Vacation / New Years Vacation / NO SCHOOL.

The appointment of the following supplemental athletic positions for 2012-13 school year: Head Baseball Coach............................................................Craig Funk Head Softball Coach.....................................................Dr. James Kane Head Track & Field Coach...............................................Rick Woodring A $300 donation each to the Hamlin Memorial Library and Mt. Jewett Memorial Library. The following additions to the Substitute Support Staff list for the 2012-13 school year: Leslie Billyard, Smethport, Cafeteria & Teachers Aide/Clerical (pending proper paperwork) Sherry Jordan, Gifford, Teachers Aide/Clerical (pending proper paperwork) Robert Meyer, Smethport, Custodial (pending proper paperwork) The following additions to the Substitute Teachers I.U. 9 Guest Program list for 2012-13 school year: Kathy Donovan, Smethport, Emergency (pending proper paperwork) Daniel Fuller, Coudersport, Emergency Laura Hunt, Kane, Emergency Laura McLeod, Austin, Emergency A leave of absence from Tara Bennett effective approximately March 11, 2013, through the end of the school year. Recalling from furlough Amy Sage as a Personal Care Aide with a new student assignment. A Memorandum of Understanding with the Smethport Area Educational Support Professionals Association regarding resolution of a grievance. The Jr/Sr High School Activities Account ending September 30, 2012.


If you are interested in becoming a substitute with SASD, please go to our website at, under the District Offices tab at the top of the page and go to Employment Opportunities or contact the Administration Office at 887-5543 for an application packet. _________________________ THE SMETHPORT AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT FOUNDATIONs September Scramble was a success, despite the weather, thanks to the 60 golfers consisting of district staff and community members. There were three brackets; Mens, Womens, & Mixed. The winners of the Mens bracket were John Boyd, Kevin Smith, and Steve & Tyler Woodard. The winners of the Womens bracket were Lori Gleason, Patti Pennington, Sue Platko, and Tara Olson. The winners of the Mixed bracket were Dave Farrell, Mike & Nancy Sample, and Michele Vogel. Thank you to all who helped make this tournament another success for the Foundation. The proceeds from this tournament will go toward student scholarships and venture grants for the teachers. Again, thank you and we look forward to next year.
DEADLINE TO APPLY FOR VOLUNTEER FIRE AND AMBULANCE SERVICE GRANTS NEARS, SAYS CAUSER Harrisburg- Rep. Martin Causer (R-Turtlepoint) is encouraging volunteer fire companies and ambulance services throughout Pennsylvania who have not already done so to apply for the 2012 Volunteer Fire Company and Volunteer Ambulance Service Grant Program (VFCVASGP). The application period closes on Oct. 19. The General Assembly recently adopted Act 78 of 2012 to reauthorize the grant program for an additional four years and increase the total grant funding available from $25 million to $30 million. The new law also adds approximately 35 career fire departments to the list of organizations eligible for grant funding. The grants may be used for construction or renovation of a units station, the purchase or repair of equipment, training or debt reduction. Grants to eligible fire companies will be contingent on their agreeing to participate in and report information using the Pennsylvania Fire Information Reporting System (PennFIRS). During the last decade, $3.2 million has been awarded to about 40 volunteer fire and ambulance companies in Cameron, McKean and Potter counties. The program is funded through state gaming proceeds. For more information, visit and click on Volunteer Fire/Ambulance Service Grants. f

Having met all contractual requirements, the following changes will be made on the salary schedule effective the first teacher pay of the 2012-13 school year: Dane Surra, Category I (Bachelors) to Category III (Masters) Andrea Yingling, Category III (Masters) to Category IV (Masters +15) Daniel Zeigler, Category II (Bachelors +30) to Category III (Masters)

FOR SALE- 1998 Chevy truck Z71 350 ci, auto., 3 door, some rust, 94,000 miles, $6,500 o.b.o. 814-642-9145. p HOUSEHOLD SALE - 513 EAST MILL ST., Port Allegany, Pa. October 20th, 9am-5pm. p TEAM HAITI SPAGHETTI DINNER - SAT., OCTOBER 20TH 5-7pm. Eldred United Methodist Church. Proceeds to benefit Mission Trip to Haiti March 2013. Information: Call Ren at 814225-4823. p CALL TO ORDER: Fresh artisan breads & baked goods. Fresh brown eggs. Call 814-544-7313, Card Creek Trading Post. 3/16c OSWAYO VALLEY ROD & GUN CLUB, INC. Due to the dwindling number of active members we will be holding a reorganizational meeting on Sunday, Jan. 6, 2013 at 6:00pm at the club. In explanation, we are finding some of our current active members are somewhat overworked and overwhelmed at times. The OV Rod & Gun Club Inc. is dedicated to sportsmen and area youth. We annually stock area streams with up to 10,000 trout. We sponsor the Hunter Safety Course and Kids Fishing Derby. In addition, we provide a rifle range for our members and hold trap shoots that are open to the public. We also provide a meeting place for the Alleghany Treeing Hounds

Club, 4-H Club, Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. At the present time we are in adequate financial position. We do, however, need more help with the few fundraisers we hold to help us meet our expenses (average approx. $500 per mo.). Our major fundraiser is the Bingo Hall at the fair and we are woefully short of help every year. We are putting out a plea to anyone that would like to see us continue stocking fish for the kids, keep the rifle range open and provide a meeting place for area youth groups to consider lending a hand. All we ask is that you try to attend a few meetings a year and attend one fundraiser. They are both fun and rewarding. So talk with a friend, relative or club member and consider attending the reorganizational meeting on Sunday, January 6th at 6:00pm at the Millport Club. We need your assistance and the community needs the club to continue the 55 plus year old tradition of supporting sportsmen and OV youth. If you find you cannot attend the Jan. 6, 2013 meeting please contact us by calling 814-697-6241 or through our web site ( if you can lend an occasional helping hand. We would greatly appreciate it. fb PORTVILLE BUNNIE TAILS The Portville Bunnie Tails 4-H Club is changing to Smethport Fair and 4-H. We would like to say thank you for all the hard work of Potters 4-H Office. We are looking for new members ages 5 to 19. We show rabbits, goats, and guinea pigs. We need more livestock. Call 585-307-2446 or 2430. -Judy Lops

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Engine, silver, 82,318 mi. $6,320 $6,320 #T4583A 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer SUV LS 4WD - 4.2L Straight 6 Cylinder Engine. $7,995 $4,995 #T4655A 2006 Toyota Sienna VAN LE FWD - 3.3L V6 Cylinder Engine, green. $11,475 $7,943 #TP2289A 1999 Jeep Wrangler Sport SUV FWD - 4.0L #BP12443, 2.7L 4 cyl., Sale: Str. 6 Cyl. Engine, maroon, 58,001 mi. $10,625 $8,995 green,29,844 mi. $ 21 ,743 #TP2279 2004 Toyota Sienna VAN XLE FWD - 3.3L Reg. $26,995 V6 Cylinder Engine, silver, 59,600 mi. $16,752 $10,743 '11 Cadillac DTS Sedan Luxury Collection #T4571B 2004 Toyota Sienna VAN LE FWD - 3.3L V6 Cylinder Engine, silver, 82,452 mi. $12,995 $11,193 #T4675A 2006 Toyota Highlander SUV FWD - 3.3L V6 Cylinder Engine, silver, 89,085 mi. $13,555 $11,700 #BP12469B 2008 Pontiac Torrent SUV AWD - 3.4L V6 Cylinder Engine, black, 81,152 mi. $14,775 $12,220 #T4586A 2009 Dodge Journey SUV SXT AWD - 3.5L V6 Cylinder Engine, silver, 89,137 mi. $14,550 $12,430 #BP12463, 4.6L 8 cyl., Sale #B20167A 2006 GMC Envoy SLE SUV 4WD - 4.2L FWD, black, 54,196 mi. $ $13,995 $12,795 32,890 #BP12468 Str. V6 Cyl. Engine, gold, 69,192 mi. 2.2L Reg. $34,700 2011 Chevrolet HHR LT w/1LT SUV FWD '07 Jeep Liberty SUV Sport 4WD 4 Cylinder Engine, grey, 34,418 mi. $15,995 $13,310 #T4232B 2005 Toyota Highlander SUV 4WD - 3.3L V6 Cylinder Engine, silver, 107,885 mi. $14,175 $13,896 #B20233A 2008 Chevrolet Equinox SUV LS AWD - 3.4L V6 Cyl. Engine, maroon, 59,432 mi. $19,500 $14,743 T4543A 2009 Toyota Rav4 SUV 4WD - 2.5L 4 Cylinder Engine, white, 50,307 mi. $20,400 $15,643 #B20167L 2008 GMC Envoy SUV SLT 4WD - 4.2L 6 Cyl. Engine, 55,999 mi. $19,650 $18,034 #TP2250A, 3.7L V6 cyl., Sale #B20181A 2010 Chevrolet Equinox SUV LS AWD - 2.4L $ lt. khaki met., 78,400 10,970 4 Cyl. Engine, white, 66,087 mi. $21,995 $18,360 mi. Reg. $12,600 #BP12425 2012 Chevrolet Captiva Sport LT SUV FWD - 3.0L '03 Subaru Legacy L Sedan AWD V6 Cyl. Engine, black, 9,734 mi. $27,575 $19,443 #BP12450 2010 Chevrolet Equinox SUV LT w/1LT AWD - 3.0L V6 Cyl. Engine, beige, 56,075 mi. $23,225 $19,443 #T4620A 2008 Lincoln Navigator SUV 4WD - 5.4L 8 Cyl. Engine, black, 95,569 mi. $25,450 $19,743 T4653A 2011 Kia Sorento SUV LX AWD - 2.4L 4 Cyl. Engine, blue, 46,138 mi. $22,675 $20,110 #TP2218 2010 Toyota Highlander SUV Base 4WD - 3.5L V6 Cyl. Engine, maroon, 41,176 mi. $27,425 $22,543 #BP12419B, 2.5L 4 cyl., Sale CARS - CARS - CARS - CARS silver, 76,325 mi. $ 6,800 #OP6512 2008 Toyota Avalon XL Sedan FWD - 3.5L Reg. $7,995 V6 Cylinder Engine, white, 39,100 mi. $20,395 $19,510 #OP6539 2011 Kia Forte 5-Door Sedan SX FWD - 2.4L Edmond/ 4 Cyl. Engine, silver, 11,943 mi. $17,995 $16,955 Shults #OP6390 2012 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT FWD - 3.6L Toyota V6 Cylinder Engine, white, 24,369 mi. $17,960 $15,995 Service #OP6509 2011 Chevrolet Malibu Sedan LTZ FWD - 2.4L Dept 4 Cylinder Engine, silver, 42,562 mi. $18,995 $15,770 #OP6540 2012 Dodge Avenger Sedan SE FWD - 2.4L Mike Strauss 4 Cylinder Engine, silver, 32,271 mi. $15,995 $15,710 #OP6510 2011 Nissan Altima Sedan FWD - 2.5L $ 00 4 Cylinder Engine, blue, 35,696 mi. $18,495 $15,230 #OP6377 2012 Ford Focus Sedan SE FWD - 2.0L 4 Cylinder Engine, red, 21,205 mi. $17,495 $14,980 #OP6528 2009 Nissan Cube Wagon 1.8 Base FWD - 1.8L 4 Cylinder Engine, silver, 66,477 mi. $12,670 $11,200 #OP6523A 2007 Toyota Camry Sedan LE FWD - 2.4L Good through October 31, 2012. 4 Cylinder Engine, green, 87,873 mi. $10,430 $10,430 814-368-3191 or 814-362-3837 #OP6502A 2007 Ford Taurus Sedan SEL FWD - 3.0L V6 Cylinder Engine, blue, 66,944 mi. $7,990 $7,990

'09 Subaru Legacy AWD Sdn.

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CARS - CARS - CARS - CARS #OP6525 2003 Kia Optima Sedan LX FWD - 2.4L 4 Cylinder Engine, gold, 58,641 mi. $6,250 $5,995 #OP6445 2012 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT FWD - 3.6L V6 Cylinder Engine, silver ice, 16,376 mi. $18,570 #T4263N 2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue Sedan GX FWD 3.5L V6 Cylinder Engine. $5,725 $4,883 #TP2270A 2005 Dodge Neon Sedan SXT FWD - 2.0L 4 Cylinder Engine, red, 72,820 mi. $7,995 $5,880 #B20269B 2005 Mercury Sable Sedan LS FWD- 3.0L V6 Cylinder Engine, blue, 124,012 mi. $8,950 $6,350 #B12495A 2003 Buick Regal Sedan LS FWD- 3.0L V6 Cylinder Engine, silver, 69,803 mi. $8,995 $6,995 #T4611A 2007 Toyota Corolla S Sedan FWD- 1.8L 4 Cyl. Engine, silver streak, 119,493 mi. $10,250 $8,590 #TP2278 2007 Chevrolet Malibu MAXX LT Sedan FWD- 3.5L V6 Cylinder Engine, white, 58,011 mi. $11,995 $10,655 #T4587A 2006 Toyota Prius Sedan FWD- 1.5L 4 Cyl. Engine, seaside pearl, 99,532 mi. $13,500 $11,710 #TP2310 2004 Pontiac GTO Coupe RWD- 5.7L 8 Cylinder Engine, red, 45,246 mi. $11,940 $11,940 #T4665A 2005 Toyota Matrix Wagon XR AWD- 1.8L 4 Cyl. Engine, blue, 72,436 mi. $12,200 $12,200 #BP12095 2011 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT FWD- 3.5L V6 Cyl. Engine, silver, 35,274 mi. $19,995 $12,443 #T4575A 2007 Toyota Camry Sedan XLE FWD- 3.5L $17,995 $12,543 V6 Cyl. Engine, red, 100,669 mi. #T4606A 2006 Buick Lucerne CXL Sedan FWD- 3.8L V6 Cyl. Engine, blue, 54,606 mi. $15,850 $12,743 #TP2302 2009 Scion TC Coupe FWD- 2.4L 4 Cyl. Engine, blue, 61,318 mi. $15,070 $13,070 #T4588A 2005 Toyota Prius Sedan FWD- 1.5L 4 Cyl. Engine, seaside pearl, 65,226 mi. $13,130 $12,995 #TP2210 2011 Hyundai Accent Sedan GLS FWD- 1.6L 4 Cyl. Engine, silver, 35,169 mi. $14,175 $13,610 #BP12499A 2008 Chevrolet Malibu LTZ Sedan FWD- 3.5L V6 Cylinder Engine, white, 90,363 mi. $14,550 $13,680 #T4632A 2007 Toyota Camry Sedan SE FWD- 2.4L 4 Cyl. Engine, aloe green, 94,773 mi. $14,995 $13,916 #BP12475 2011 Dodge Avenger Sedan Express FWD- 2.4L 4 Cyl. Engine, black, 34,056 mi. $17,600 $13,943 #TP2263 2011 Mazda 3 Sedan I Touring FWD- 2.0L 4 Cyl. Engine, blue, 46,427 mi. $17,500 $13,943 #T4613A 2009 Scion TC Coupe FWD- 2.4L 4 Cyl. Engine, blue, 42,396 mi. $16,500 $14,020 #TP2299 2011 Toyota Yaris Sedan FWD- 1.5L 4 Cyl. Engine, red, 34,678 mi. $15,995 $14,148 #TP2282A 2009 Toyota Matrix Wagon S AWD- 2.4L 4 Cyl. Engine, white, 68,019 mi. $15,995 $14,890 #TP2145A 2011 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT FWD- 3.5L V6 Cyl. Engine, 35,274 mi. $18,375 $14,943 #BP12455 2012 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT FWD- 3.6L V6 Cyl. Engine, white, 27,854 mi. $19,995 $15,743 #BP12456 2012 Chevrolet Impala Sedan LT FWD- 3.6L V6 Cyl. Engine, silver, 26,121 mi. $18,995 $15,743 TRUCKS- TRUCKS - TRUCK #OP6572 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Truck 4WD4.8L 8 Cyl. Engine, silver, 17,103 mi. $28,790 $28,790 #OP6565 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 Truck SLE 4WD - 5.3L 8 Cylinder Engine, white, 23,341 mi. $26,570 $26,570 #OP6573 2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 4WD - 4.7L 8 Cylinder Engine, black, 33,448 mi. $24,430 $24,430 #OP6567 2012 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Truck 4WD - 4.8L 8 Cylinder Engine, blue granite, 4,876 mi. $23,740 $23,740 #OP6561 2008 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Truck LT w/1LT 4WD - 6.0L 8 Cyl. Engine, burgandy, 53,765 mi. $23,160 $23,160 #OP6569 2011 Toyota Tacoma Truck 4WD - 2.7L 4 Cyl. Engine, silver, 53,573 mi. $22,980 $22,980 #OP6560 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Truck 4WD - 5.3L 8 Cylinder Engine, red, 38,214 mi. $22,570 $22,570 #OP6571 2008 Toyota Tacoma Truck 4WD - 4.0L V6 Cyl. Engine, tan, 49,934 mi. $21,390 $21,390 #OP6542 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT Truck 4WD 5.3L 8 Cyl. Engine, white, 20,434 mi. $21,495 $20,995 #OP6570 2006 Toyota Tundra Truck SR5 4WD - 4.7L 8 Cyl. Engine, silver, 53,787 mi. $20,050 $19,370 #OP6533 2008 Chevrolet Colorado Truck LT w/1LT 4WD3.7L 5 Cyl. Engine, rust, 64,421 mi. $19,995 $19,290 #OP6456A 2007 Chevrolet Colorado Truck LT w/1LT 4WD3.7L 5 Cyl. Engine, blue, 34,695 mi. $19,995 $16,510 #OP6493A 2008 Chevrolet Colorado Truck LT w/1LT 4WD3.7L 5 Cyl. Engine, black 79,196 mi. $18,650 $14,960 #OP6562 2006 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck SLT 4WD - 5.7L 8 Cylinder Engine, silver, 85,981 mi. $14,800 $14,800 #OP6549 2005 Chevrolet Colorado Truck Z71 RWD3.5L 5 Cyl. Engine, 64,110 mi. $12,995 $12,450 #OP6564 2004 Dodge Dakota Sport Truck 4WD - 3.7L V6 Cylinder Engine. $8,700 $8,700 #B20186A 2002 GMC Sierra 1500 Truck SL 4WD - 4.3L V6 Cylinder Engine, blue, 70,300 mi. $9,775 $8,080 #B20280A 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Truck LT 4WD 4.8L 8 Cylinder Engine, 93,324 mi. $13,450 $10,690 #TP2292A 2006 Chevrolet Colorado Truck RWD - 2.8L 4 Cyl. Engine, white, 53,521 mi. $13,995 $11,490 #TP2293 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Truck LS 4WD - 5.3L 8 Cyl. Engine, green, 67,044 mi. $12,999 #B20265A 2009 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 HD Truck LT 4WD - 6.0L 8 Cyl. Engine, grey, 304,974 mi. $19,425 $16,000 #TP2290 2010 GMC Sierra 1500 Work Truck 4WD - 4.8L 8 Cylinder Engine, 56,255 mi. $20,295 $18,730

'12 Dodge Gr. Caravan Crew Van FWD


#BP12501, 3.6L V6 cyl., blackl, 25,258 mi. Reg. $22,675


1 9,993

'07 Toyota 4Runner SR5 4WD SUV

#T4521A, 4.0L V6 cyl., Galactic gray, 66,630 mi. Reg. $21,500


1 6,843

'09 Hyundai Sonata Sedan GLS FWD

#BP12477, 4.0L V6 cyl., white, 85, 732 mi. Reg. 16,150


1 96 4,1

'10 Ford Flex SUV SEL AWD

#T4470A, 3.5L V6 cyl., maroon, , 63,049 mi. Reg. $24,500



'08 Toyota Highlander Sport 4WD SUV

#T4576A, 3.5L V6 cyl., green,57, 870 mi. Reg. $24,950


21 ,843

'08 Buick Lucerne CXL FWD Sdn.

#T4324B, 3.8L V6 cyl., silver, 36,101 mi. Reg. $18,875


1 7,995

'12 Toyota Tacoma Truck Dbl. Cab 4WD

#T4457A, 4.0L V6 cyl., Barcelona ,28,518 mi. Reg. $33,995



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