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VOLUME 23: NUMBER 13 TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2009

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Clean water

FCLA continues to fulfill its role

By M. LISA MONROE Express News Staff

DRIVER AL BRUSSEL

RETIRES AFTER

60

Leslie M. Bailey

YEARS

Friends and colleagues honored Al Brussel with a retirement party at the Thendara Golf Club on Thursday. School Transportation Supervisor Herb Schmid thanked Al for driving more than one million accident-free miles, driving students to and from school and sports competitions over the past 60 years. Herb said, "Al, you have been my best driver. You will be missed." Al was presented with a plaque and a school bus-decorated cake. But his real gift was an engraved pocket watch thanking him for getting the kids to school on time for all those years. Al will still be involved in the transportation business (it's in his blood, after all. His father was in the business, too.). He is the coordinator for the Community Transportation Services van and sometimes drives the van as well. ABOVE: Al Brussel (seated) with his colleagues from the school bus garage. Front row: Chris Stanley, Jon Bailey, Bev Rundell, Lisa Hanford, Don Farmer, Barb Murdock, Dan Murdock, and Carol Mitchell. Back row: Ron Leszyk, Ed Weidman, Carol Schmid, Shawn Chesebro, Herb Schmid, John Kawa, Gene Russell, and Chuck Hanford.

NCPR to broadcast live at Old Forge Library

North Country Public Radio will present an Adirondack News Roundtable live broadcast at the Old Forge Library at noon, on Wednesday, July 1. The broadcast will feature NCPR News Director M a r t h a Foley and Adirondack Bureau C h i e f Brian Mann with special guests

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Betsy Folwell and Lani Ulrich. The public is invited to join this firstever News Bureau live broadcast in celeb r a t i o n of the tenth anniversary of NCPR'?s Adirondack News Bureau. The audience must be seated by 11:45 a.m. to ensure a smooth start to the

live broadcast. Refreshments will follow the broadcast. For more information call the library at (315) 369-6008. This special broadcast is supported b y the Town of Webb Fund of the Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties. J

T h e Fulton Chain of L a k e s Association has been keeping an eye on one of the most important resources (if n o t the most important res o u r c e ) in this area, the F u l t o n Chain, for 41 years. The organization began as a grass roots effort to address a p o l l u t i o n problem with the l a k e s . Some homeowners along the lakes began to notice that the lakes didn't look a s clean as they had in the p a s t , so they had the water tested. Bacterial levels were so high that the water was not s a f e to swim in. The group looked to local and state gove r n m e n t for help, but none was forthcoming so they att a c k e d the problem on their o w n . The result of their efforts is that, today, the Fulton Chain of Lakes has some of the cleanest water around. To d a y, the FCLA w o r k s

Please see FCLA, Page 37

Festivities planned locally for Fourth of July

OLD FORGE

On Saturday evening, July Fourth, there will be free live music on the Old Forge Lakefront at 7 p.m. performed by the orchestra of The Floyd Community Ensemble. After the festive Independence Day music, a fabulous fireworks display over the Old Forge Pond will wrap up the evening. Arrowhead Park at 3 p.m., with some old favorites like the egg toss, croquet, and three-legged race. Bring a glove and join in a softball game. Arrowhead Park also has a picnic area. From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., Jamie Notarthomas kicks off Inlet's "Sunsets by the Lake" summer concert series at the Arrowhead Lakefront (rain location Fern Park). At dusk, Inlet will set off a spectacular display of fireworks.

INSIDE

Calendar . . . . .5 Cards . . . . . . .17 Classifieds . . .60 Dining guide . .8 Histor y . . . . . .55 Letters . . . . . . .4 Newsmakers .13 Obituaries . . . .6

INLET

The annual Ping Pong Ball Drop will be held at 1 p.m. in Fern Park. This event brings hundreds of children to the park who watch as Payne's Air Service drops ping pong balls onto the ball field from a seaplane. The children trade their ping pong balls in for prizes donated by local businesses. There will be field games at

RAQUETTE LAKE/LONG LAKE

The Fourth of July starts at 9:30 a.m. with a treasure hunt for small children on the Long Lake ball field. Children up to four years old, accompanied by an adult, can look for not so hidden treasures. Children ages five to seven will hunt for small treasures on their own. This is folPlease see FESTIVITIES, Page 59

M. Lisa Monroe

At school field days last week, the kids said good-bye to school and hello to summer. This area has so much to offer summer residents and visitors, and we, at the Express, hope your summer is filled with fun and good memories that last a lifetime of summers.

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LOCAL NEWS Meet Adirondack author at bookstore

Pete %lein, author of 0Adirondack Hikes in Hamilton County: as well as two vampire novels, 0The ?ancing Valkyrie: and 0The Vampire Valkyrie,: will be at the Adirondack Reader book store in Inlet from E p.m. to 3 p.m., on Honday, Iuly J to discuss and sign copies of his books. The vampire books are set in the Adirondacks and the Schenectady area. Allbooks Review says of them, 0This is an absolute must read if you are a vampire fan.: Adirondack Hikes in Hamilton County is a trail guide. Hany of the hikes described in the book were originally published by the Hamilton County ENpress

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where %lein is a reporter. It is the first published book to confine itself to hiking trails in Hamilton County and includes much information on ?EC campsites and other attractions.

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Outdoor Gear Clothing Store

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315-369-3838 www.webbhistory.org FUNDRAISERS Benefit Auction Something for Everyone Saturday, July 11th Preview 1 PM, Auction 2 PM Coin Appraisal Saturday, July 18 10 AM-3 PM Reservations required donation $10 Victorian Party on the Porch Monday, August 3rd 2-4 PM $15 adults/ $7.50 children HISTORIC WALKING TOURS donations appreciated Moss Lake

Girls Camp Wednesday, July 8th Meet at trailhead 9:30 AM Camp Mark Seven July 17, 24 31

Fridays Car pool from Hemmer Cottage 9:30

11 AM PROGRAM Playing Indian at Adirondack Children's Camps Thursday, July 23

7 PM Old Forge Library $3 EXHIBIT Camp Memories

Youth Camps Museum Hours, through October Coming in August Walking Tours

McCauley Mt. Ski Center Homemade Sauces Pasta Convenient Heat Eat Meals Catering Fresh Party Trays Homemade Meatballs Sausage Pizza Wings

Come For The Fun Of It and discover that find of a lifetime

Saturday, July 11th - Rain or Shine Preview at 1:00pm

Auction at 2pm

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AUCTION

miles, a !o.aw* 4anoe, and a F5@year@old .and@made doll .ouse: H.e au4tion ;review will be 5rom 1 ;:m: to J ;:m:, on Big Moose plans dedication ceremony

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Community C.a;el Soard o5 Hrustees would li*e to eTtend an invitation to t.e 4ommuni@ ty to a dedi4ation 4eremony at noon on >unday, Please see BRIEFS, Page 10

Blue Line Antiques Gifts

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ADIRONDACK CALENDAR Tuesday, June 30

8"#0 a'm'" Senior Shopping Bus leaves from the Long Lake Town Hall. 8"#0 a'm'" Yoga with Kathy Queen at the Arts Center@Old Forge. Call (315) 369-6411. ) a'm'" Rustic Slab bench@table workshop at the Arts Center@ Old Forge. Call (315)369-6411. 10 a'm'" Herkimer County department heads and legislators Bono and Russell will meet in the Town of Webb at the Park Avenue Building to talk about county services. Open to the public. 1 +'m'" Beginners Tai Chi Class at the Arts Center@Old Forge. Call (315) 369-6411. 2 +'m'" Tie-Dye Tuesday at the Arts Center@Old Forge. Call (315) 369-6411. -"00 +'m'" Karate Class with Joe TokarT. Call (518) 624-2003 (Long Lake). - +'m'" 3-day NYS Boater Safety Course begins at the Inlet Town Hall. Call (315)354-5211 to pre-register. . +'m'" The Inlet Historical Society will hold its inaugural annual membership meeting in the Inlet Town Hall. . +'m'" Adult Basketball in the Town of Webb UFSD gymnasium. Call (315)3699925. (Old Forge).

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Wednesday, July 1

- a'm'" Nautilus at the Town of Webb Schools. Call for time slot (315) 369-6033. ."#0 a'm'" CAA Board of Directors meeting. Call (315) 369-6983. 10 a'm'" Line Dancing class at the Park Avenue Building. [3@class. Call Joan Smith at (315)357-4407 (Old Forge). 12 +'m'" AA meeting at the Woodgate Library. 12 +'m'" Old Forge Library to host a North Country Pubic Radio Adirondack News Bureau Roundtable broadcast. Call (315) 369-6008. - +'m'" Weight Watchers meeting at American Legion Post 893. Call (315) 3573108 (Old Forge). . +'m'" Raquette Lake Library lecture series: TieDye T-shirts. Call (315) 3544005. . +'m'" Adult Volleyball in the Town of Webb UFSD gymnasium. Call (315) 3699925 (Old Forge). . +'m'" Old Forge VFD monthly meeting at the Fire Hall. . +'m'" Eagle Bay VFD Ladies Auxiliary meeting at the Fire Hall. 8 +'m'" AA meeting at

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An Adirondack Treat for the Classical Music Audience

Piano Afternoon ~ Sunday, July 12th

2pm Carrolle-Ann Mochernuk and Paul Kueter - Former Rutgers University Music Faculty, they have concretized in the US, Canada and Europe, played five recitals at the Library of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center and performed at the Montclair, Newark and Savannah Art Museums. Champagne, Lemonade Tea Sandwiches

Cabin ConcertKashiwa Series presented by Miriam Davis

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KITCHEN OPEN: Wings, Burgers Finger Foods

Open Nightly: Mon-Thurs 8pm-Cl., Fri Sat 7pm-Cl. (Closed Sunday) Forge St., Thendara (between Steak House Railroad Station)

NOTE: On Saturday, July 4th there will be FIREWORKS at the Lakefront at dusk! Enjoy! Our early shows through and including 7:15 pm will show as scheduled. We will delay the late shows until after the fireworks have ended.

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ADIRONDACK CRYPTOSOLVES are items of interest about the Adirondacks. In the puzzles, the correct letters have been replaced by different ones, and the same code is used throughout the puzzle. Clues are: Short words, the most frequently used letters of e, t, a, o, n, s, and i, and the popular word endings of ing, tion, and ed. Enjoy the challenge, relaxation, and satisfaction of solving these Adirondack puzzles. Good luck!

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AREA CHURCH SERVICES

Unitarian Church Big Moose Community Chapel

BARNEVELD BIG MOOSE

Sunday Service: 10am

Various Visiting Ministers South Shore Rd. Sunday Service: 11am

St. Olaf's Chapel

BLUE MTN. LAKE

Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration

Rev. Dr. Chip Lee Holly Eucharist - Sunday 10am Sunday Service: 9:30am Sunday School: 9:30am

Rev. Dr. Richard McCauhey Sunday Service: 9:30am 11am

St. Henry's Catholic Church

Rev. Peter Berg Saturday Mass: 4 pm Sunday Mass: 11am Confession: 1/2 hour before Mass or by appt.

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United Methodist Church St. Joseph's Catholic Church

BOONVILLE EAGLE BAY

Fr. Sean P. O'Brien Sat. Vigil Mass: 4pm Sunday Mass: 10:30am

Pastor Christopher Humby Sunday School: 10am Sunday Services: 11am 6pm Wed. Bible Study/Prayer Service: 6pm

Wesleyan Church

Calvary United Methodist Church

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St. Peter's by the Lake Episcopal Church

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St. Patrick's Catholic Church

Forestport Presbyterian St. Mary's Catholic Church

Rev. Sony G. Pulickal Saturday Mass: 4pm Sunday Mass: 9:30am

Fr. Sean P. O'Brien Sunday Mass: 8:00am Confessions: Sun. Before Mass Anne Reynolds Sunday Worship: 9:15am

Niccolls Memorial Presbyterian Church

Rev. Lawrence H. Bartel - 369-3475 Sunday Worship Service: 7:30 10am Worship Service Broadcast WBRV-101.3 FM Sunday 10am Nursery Care: 10am Sunday School: 10am

Rev. Joseph Giroux - 369-3554 Saturday Vigil Mass: 5pm Sunday Mass: 11am Confessions: Sat., 3:30

4:30pm

St. Bartholomew's Catholic Church

OLD FORGE

Rev. Gil Ott Sunday Service: 11am Sunday School: 11am

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St. Mary of the Snows Otter Lake Community Church

Fr. Sean P. O'Brien Saturday Vigil Mass: 6pm Sunday Service: 10:30am Various Visiting Ministers

OTTER LAKE

St. Anthony's Catholic Church

Rev. Joseph Giroux - 357-2811 Saturday Vigil Mass: 7pm Sunday Mass: 8am 9:30am Confessions: Sunday 7:30am

WEATHER...

Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

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Inlet Community Church

Rev. Don Speedy (315) 357-2291 Sunday School: 9am Sunday Worship: 10:15am Wed. Bible Study Prayer: 6:00pm

Presbyterian Church Pastor Robin Dwyer Sunday Worship Service: 10am 357-2115

Church of the Lakes

PORT LEYDEN

St. Mark's Episcopal Church

Sunday Service: 10am 348-6466

Rev. Joseph Giroux - 357-2811 Sunday Mass: 9am (July 5 and August 2 only)

St. William's Catholic Chapel

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Sales Service On All Brands Of Lawn Garden Equipment

We sell Jonsered Chainsaws, Georgia Boots, Carolina Boots, Encore Zero-Turn Mowers Troy-Bilt Lawn Garden Products.

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Columbia Clothing Footwear

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Fishing Camping Equipment

Open Sun thru Thurs 10am-6pm; Fri Sat 10am-8pm 315-357-2441

Main St., Inlet

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PROTECT THE LAKE YOU LOVE

When you Fertilize your Lawn You are Fertilizing the Lake

If you live near or on a lake, maintain as much vegetation as possible. Lawns are not a natural feature of Adirondack shorelines. If you must have a lawn, keep it small and far away from the shoreline. Don't fertilize unless you use a non-phosphate fertilizer. Look for the "0" in the middle (i.e. 23-0-24) Maintain a vegetative buffer along the shoreline. Fertilizer containing no Phosphate is available at our local hardware stores.

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Ole Barn

We offer that casual Adirondack atmosphere that has been drawing visitors to the area for years. We are situated one mile off Route 28 on the Limekiln Lake Road in Inlet. We feature nightly specials including Friday Fish Fry, We also offer seafood, Italian specialties, extensive children's menu late night burgers, pizza and finger food. Book your shower, birthday party, wedding reception, anniversary and all other special occasions with us. We can accommodate you whether it's for 10 or 320. Join us for Good Food, Good Spirits and Good Times. 315-357-4000 LI

Stillwater Restaurant

"One of the Best Kept Secrets in the Adirondacks." Nestled in the wilderness, 13 scenic miles north of Big Moose Lake or 26 miles east of Lowville on the Stillwater Reservoir. The extensive menu offers something for everyone. Favorites are: Escargot in mushroom caps, shrimp scampi, 5 cheese and meat lasagna, veal or chicken Oscar, and for beef lovers, prime rib filet mignon. Save room for Marian's famous desserts. Enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner in our knotty pine dining room. Reservations appreciated. 376-6470. L I G

Adirondack Pizzeria

Adirondack Pizzeria, Main St., Old Forge Serving delicious pizza, wings hot cold subs more!! Specials. Save time, call ahead. 315-369-6028 I L

Glenmore Bar Grill

Aliasso's Italian Deli

Centrally located across from Kinney's Drugstore, Aliasso's Italian Deli is a great place to stop for lunch or dinner. Serving subs, calzones, pizza, wings, assorted bread rolls, tomato pie, specialty sandwiches, fresh salads and deli salads, featuring Boar's Head Brand and other quality brands. Have an authentic Italian dinner in your own home when you choose something from our convenient heat and eat section including chicken and veal parm, chicken riggies, greens, homemade sauces (Alfredo, vodka, marinara), fresh sausage and meatballs. We carry a variety of imported cheeses, olives, pastas, olive oil, and other items in our retail section. Also offering catering and party trays for all occasions. (315) 369-1100 L I

Located on beautiful Big Moose Lake, 5 miles north of Eagle Bay. Come join us for a casual, laid back dining experience, or just drop in for a cocktail and the munchies. Our menu has something for everyone. Lodging available. (315) 357-4891. L I

Keyes Pancake House

Keyes Pancake House located in the center of Old Forge on Rt. 28, is one of Old Forge's oldest operating restaurants, serving hearty breakfasts and lunches at very family minded price. Serving: Pancakes, eggs, waffles, French toast and large omelets any way you want them all day long. Lunch starts at 11am, serving: Burger baskets, chicken baskets, hot wings, soups and chili, fish fry, Ruben's, turkey clubs, steak sandwiches, meatball sandwiches, and more. So stop in and see we're not just serving the best breakfast, we also have a great lunch menu, too!!. (315) 369-6752 G L

Tony Harper's Pizza Clam Shack

We are located just outside the village of Raquette Lake on Rt. 28, just 10 scenic miles north of Inlet. Famous for fresh dough pizza, steamers and whiskey wings. Visit our roadside "Tiki Bar" where the beer is always cold the game is on. Try a frozen "Raquette Rita". Join us for Mexican Mondays! Come by land or lake, eat-in or take-out. We deliver on the lake, order by 4pm. Late night menu. 315-354-4222. L I

Cruise-N-Dine on Raquette Lake

Nurture the mind, body and soul with a cruise and dine or just cruise experience aboard the W.W. Durant. The best way to enjoy beautiful Raquette Lake is from the deck of the W.W. Durant. Cool breezes. Breathtaking scenery. Fascinating history. Scrumptious food prepared by CIA Chef Jim Pohl. Call for schedule. Click or call for details. raquettelakenavigation.com 315-3545532 All credit cards accepted. Centrally located- 25 miles from Old Forge, Long Lake or Indian Lake! Your hosts- The Pohls I L

Wayback Inn

The Wayback Inn on Big Moose Road, is just a short scenic ride from Route 28. Come in Mondays for our All you can eat Wing Special, Thursday's Mangia, Mangia, Large Platter of Spaghetti for $1.99, Friday's fresh Haddock and Saturday's Prime Rib. We also serve hand cut steaks, seafood, pasta and chicken dishes including homemade soups as well as an extensive sandwich and appetizer menu. Well worth the short drive up our long driveway where Great food, Friendly service and Fair prices greet you. Rooms also available. 315-357-6000 G L I

Big Moose Inn

Warmth, Hospitality and Good Cheer abound at this Inn Restaurant overlooking beautiful West Bay on Big Moose Lake. Big Moose Inn is well known for setting the standard in epicurean delights, a spectacular wine list, and gracious service, for over 40 years. Wine Spectator Award for Excellence since 1999. Our Bar and Fireside room offer more casual dining with the same relaxed atmosphere and hospitality. Reservations recommended. Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and personal checks accepted. 315-357-2042, 888-924-4666 I

Knotty Pine

A local favorite for over 50 years. A classic Adirondack establishment with a knotty pine interior, featuring prime rib steaks cut to order, a variety of veal chicken dishes, lamb chops, cold water lobster tails, Alaskan King crab legs, shrimp scallops, Vegetarian Children's menu. Our chef is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Wine Spectator recipient since 1999. Visa, MC AmEx accepted. Located on Rt. 28 on the Thendara Stretch. 315369-6859 I

Red Dog Tavern

Located on beautiful South Shore Rd., 1.3 miles outside Inlet. This Adirondack tavern, originally built in 1923, offers a variety of fresh food and drink. Although the Red Dog has been famous for years for wings and "hot" hot sauce, we've also gained notoriety for many of our homemade dishes. Some of the house favorites include Roman Candles, quesadillas, brushette and pastas. We take great pride in serving awesome food with lots of smiles from our friendly staff. Hope to see you soon! 357-5502 I

Lion King

Big Moose Station

Casual dining in a very unique atmosphere. Start your day with a hearty breakfast or enjoy hot chocolate and a Philly cheese steak or one of your other favorite lunch items served all day. Then come back for a delicious dinner entree. Make the Station your Destination, located on Big Moose Rd. 315-357-3525 G L I

Chinese Restaurant. Eat in or carry out. Cantonese, Szechwan and Hunan cuisine. Delicious food and good service. Located on Main St. next to car wash. 315-369-2102 L I

Woods Inn

This historic Adirondack destination is earning a reputation for wholesome home-cooked favorites at honest prices. The newly opened and restored Woods Inn has been providing a century of service to the intrepid visitors attracted to our lakeside setting. Breakfast, Lunch and dinner served daily. Great children's menu, lakeside dining. Easy access for physically challenged. 357-5300. G L I

Mulligans at Inlet Golf Course

Screamen Eagle

It's worth the trip to Inlet to experience this favorite destination for original pizzas and "better than buffalo" wings . We have family style dining with a child friendly atmosphere. While you wait for a pizza you can enjoy one of the many beers on tap or a glass of wine in Matt's Draft House - a quaint little pub hidden inside the restaurant overlooking 4th Lake Channel, play quick draw or browse the latest DVD rentals. Computers and internet access available. Visit www.screameneaglepizza.com for upcoming events, web cam, menu, beer wine list 315-357-6026 VISAM.C.-AMEX L I

Eagle's Nest

Eagle's Nest is that "Cute little tavern where they serve the best food!" That place where the soup is homemade, the bartender remembers you, and you are bound to have a great time! We serve favorites like, a mean prime rib, PhillyStyle Cheese Steaks, awesome Pizzas, great Wings, HUGE Calzones and a variety of Finger Foods. We also have the best Steaks around a delicious Fish Fry! For your entertainment we offer live local musicians, an updated jukebox multiple TVs for watching all your sports. Stop in visit us! You'll be glad you did! VISA MC. 357-3898 I

Enjoy a full breakfast and lunch menu in the beautiful Adirondack-style Clubhouse or outside on the panoramic deck. Open 8am-3pm, 7 days a week, Sunday Breakfast Buffet. You don't have to love golf to appreciate Mulligans! Route 28, 1 mile north of Inlet, 357-4310 LG

North Woods Inn

Frankie's Taste of Italy

You know that little Italian restaurant with great homemade food, huge portions, a quaint atmosphere and reasonable prices where the locals eat? We're it! We specialize in authentic Italian food: Pasta, veal, chicken and seafood; prepared one dinner at a time. Handicapped accessible, children's menu available, most major credit cards accepted. A dining treasure in the Adirondacks. Located at Frankie's Plaza, 2824 St. Rt. 28. 369-2400 I

Enjoy a unique dining experience at The Mountaineer Restaurant where every seat has a beautiful view of Fourth Lake. A complete menu of your favorites with a few specials besides. Come for the fun of it! Route 28 overlooking 4th Lake. Come by boat or car. The Tap Room serves wings burgers, pizza, soups, salads, pasta and steaks. Kids menu and daily specials. Live entertainment on weekends. Separate game room with big screen TV, pool table and video games. Private room for up to 50 available. We accept all major credit cards. 369-6777. G I

Slickers

Come on down to Slickers for that snack or sandwich, an afternoon cocktail or that late nightcap, some easy listening music or just some good old conversation. Deluxe pizza, gourmet burgers, great sandwiches, homemade soups. 369-3002. L I

Old Mill

Old Forge. One of the area's most popular restaurants welcomes you to the Central Adirondacks. Visit our lounge and dine with us in an early Adirondack atmosphere overlooking the Moose River. Our menu features fine beef and seafood entr

es, house specialties and our famous soups salads. We also serve children's portions. Sorry, no reservations. VISA MC accepted. I

Steak House

Steak House, one mile south of Old Forge. Specializing in charbroiled steaks, seafood and chicken. Featuring delicious daily specials and a children's menu all at reasonable prices. MC, Visa, AmEx Discover accepted. Your hosts the Winslows. 369-6981 I

For more information, please see display ads for these Restaurants elsewhere in this newspaper.

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ANNUAL PICNIC MEETING

August 1, 11:00am - Fern Park, Inlet Meet Greet Date Changed to:

Bring a side dish or dessert to pass, we supply the rest! Fireworks at dusk over 7th Lake July 16, Mulligan's at the Inlet Golf Course - 6:30pm SEE YOU THERE!

Wine Liquor

sold by the bottle

Otter Lake, NY Open: Thurs., Fri. Sat. Package Store License

Kowalik's Hotel

Town of Inlet

Vino

Sunday...........1pm-3pm Monday........10am-1pm Tuesday........10am-1pm Wednesday. 10am

3pm ........................7pm-9pm Thursday.....10am

1pm Friday..........10am

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Each Office is Independently Owned and Operated

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Glenmore Rd. on Big Moose Lake, 6 miles north of Eagle Bay around the corner from Dunn's Boat Service

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While you=re in Old Forge for the Fourth of July, don=t forget to stop by the Farmers= Market located behind the Old Forge Hardware. Held every Friday during the summer, on July 3 the kids from Old Forge=s Key Club will be at the market painting kids= faces. The proceeds earned from the face painting will be donated to the local food banks. It=s the best of both worlds, fun for a good cause. Adding to the festive air at the market on July 3, father and daughter Iwen and Jim Tracy will entertain the crowd with their wide range of music.

July 3, The Kiwanis Club of the Central Adirondacks will sponsor a Food Cart Day. Kiwanis members and other volunteers will be stationed at DiOrio=s Supermarket in Old Forge, Dan=s Big M in Eagle Bay, Kalil=s Market in Inlet, and Kinney Drugs in Old Forge. They will have shopping carts available to collect food donations for the Webb Community Food Pantry. As shoppers enter the stores, they will be provided with a list of suggested, nonperishable, food items that are needed by the Webb Community Food Pantry. The shoppers will be asked to purchase an extra item or two and to deposit them in the Kiwanis food carts as they leave the store. At the end of the day, the food items will be delivered to the Webb Community Food Pantry for distribution as needed.

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The Robert Hazard Young Artists Fund awarded its first scholarship to Zachary Gerhardt Clemans of Old Forge. Susan Hazard Rimato and her sons, Remington and Rex, created the fund to support young artists in the Adirondacks to celebrate the creative life of their late husband and father Robert Hazard. The fund will make awards to young artists who demonstrate artistic merit and dedication. Programs and projects that further the development of the arts for children and young adults will also be funded. Zach will attend the art program at SUNY-Purchase in the fall. Robert Hazard was a popular and influential singer, songwriter and bandleader. As a young man, Robert had a deep conviction to become an artist. His love of the Adirondacks brought his family to Old Forge and was evident in his music and songwriting. ABOVE: Zachary Clemans receives a check from Susan Hazard Rimato.

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year after year, and the spectators. I would like to recognize and thank the committee who works so hard to put this event together; Co-chair Bob Gates, Chief Judge Scott Whitmore, Steve Hoepfl, and Jamie Loson. We all have our duties and everyone does theirs and then the event comes together pretty easily without even one committee meeting. Thanks, guys, for your commitment to this event year after year. Thanks also to the following businesses that donated door prizes: The Old Mill Restaurant, Frankie's Taste of Italy, Christy's Motel, Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company, Enchanted Forest/Water Safari, Old Forge Hardware, Ace Hardware Old Forge, Brooker's True Value Hardware, Piluso's Service, Don's Polaris, Souvenir Village, Clark's Beach Motel, Lakeview T's, Blue Spruce Motel, Smith Marine, Rainbow Zen, Wilderness Interiors, Helmer's Fuel Trucking, North South Connection, George's Things, and Adirondack Scenic Railroad. Cindy Beckley Event Chairman

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The Central Adirondack Association would like to announce the winners in the Father 's Day Frog Jumping Contest held June 21 at the Old Forge lakefront and thank all the participants and frogs. And a special thanks to Master of Ceremonies Bill Allen who was awarded a twentieth anniversary frog statue for his many years of organizing and announcing this Father's Day event. Frogulations Bill! For the lightest frog, first place went to Elizabeth Eddy, Old Forge; second place went to Nolan Fenton, Thendara; and third place went to Robin Yuckel, Thendara. For the heaviest frog, first place went to Brandon Merrick, Stittville; second place went to Abigail Delaney, Old Forge; and third place went to Ava Cappella, Connecticut. For the longest jump, first place went to Kelsie Simpson, Rome; second place

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The Polar Bear tent sale. held 6une MX. was a success. Than- you to eCeryone that donated items. helped set up. that wor-ed the sale. and the crew that cleans up on Hunday morningY *han9s) ;anine CAA thanks banquet attendees

The >entral AdirondacAssociation would li-e to than- all those who attended our Hpring Awards Banquet at the 9oods Lnn in Lnlet. on 6une MN. The large attendance was a true sign o< how honO ored our community is to haCe Al and @orraine Htripp as members. A special than-s to our guest spea-er. >urt Htiles. chairman o< the AdirondacPar- Agency. Also to Fay Hchoeberlein and Martha Qenio. who helped present the Htripps with the >AAGs @i Pat Williams appreciates support

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Thendara Station, Old Forge, NY

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The

Monday............2pm-8pm Tuesday. . . . . . . . . .10am-6pm Story Hour. . . . . . . .10:30am Thursday.........11am-7pm Sat. Sun.. . . . . .11am-3pm Phone: (315) 354-4005

Raquette Lake Library

Starting July 9th Round Trips to Old Forge Departing 9:15am return 6:30pm Thurs. Sat. Coming Soon: Sunday Dinner Trains Wine Trains, The Polar Express Adirondack Christmas

Union Station, Utica, NY

Old Mill Restaurant

Enjoy a Cocktail on the Deck!

Serving Dinner: Mon

Thurs 4:30

9:30pm Fri Sat 4:30

10pm

Sunday 4

9pm

Dine Overlooking The Scenic Moose River

Featuring fine beef seafood entr

es and an array of house specialties

Begin your meal with our famous family-style serving of soup, salad and fresh baked breads

On the Lighter Side...Try One of Our Sandwiches on the Bar Menu

For complete schedule and more special trains call or go online

June. 1st - Sept. 30th

www.AdirondackRR.com

1-800-819-2291

MasterCard

Route 28, Old Forge, NY

PIZZA

HOT COLD SUBS

WINGS

FINGER FOODS

PINBALLS

SKEE-BALL

AIR HOCKEY

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OLD FORGE, NY

dirondack Pizzeria

est. 1983

InStoreSpecialsAndManyNewW ines!

Arts Center/Old Forge

Just north of the village on Rt. 28

Serving Delicious Pizza, Wings, Subs, Draft Beer More

Save Time, Call Ahead 369-6028 Summer Hours: Every Day, 11am-10pm

SUNDAES

BLIZZARDS

SHAKES

LARGEST ARCADE PIZZERIA IN THE ADIRONDACKS

www.ar tscenteroldforge.org Mon-Sat, 10am-4pm Sun, Noon-4pm

info@artscenteroldforge.org

(315) 369-6411

Fairest Prices in the North Country

Case Discounts

155 Main St., Rte 28, Inlet 315 357-2477

Exhibitions: th June 13 - July 11

The Arts Scene

Drafty Acres

Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides

Friday Saturday

Noon-8pm 120 Forge St. Weather Permitting 315-397-2002

Jeff Danielle Dolan

(Behind Thendara Train Station)

ENJOY OUR NEW CLIMATE CONTROLLED DINING ROOM

Pratt/Munson Williams ProctorArtsInstitute

National Pastel Exhibiti on

Ted Graystone

Student Exhibition Watercolors

5 Annual Northeast

Gordie Bashant's 2008 workshop participants

A Whimsical Way With Watercolor

Events:

North St. Recreation Center 9am - 5pm In Thendara at a Cabin in the Woods July 12, Aug 16, Sept 13, 2:00pm

Craft Fair July 4-5

Cabin Concert Series Poetr y Reading

Prime Rib

Steaks

Seafood

Veal

Chicken

Pasta

Lamb Chops

Daily Chef's Special

Chef's Daily Special $15 Offering Lounge Menu

Featuring

Liz Ahl and Susana Case July10 7pm "Love Your Life Memory F ridays, Jun 26- Aug 14 10-11am

Paul Mitchell

TIGI

Nexxus Phyto Organics Rt. 28 Spring St., Spring St. Shops, Old Forge, NY 13420

Mon. Tues.-9-5; Thurs-9-6; Fri-9-5; Sat-9-Noon

Lisa's Cutting Corner Come in for your Summer-Do

Lisa Hall

Stylist

Call For Appointments

315-369-6300

Workshops:

Wine Spectator Award of Excellence Since 1999

Monday Friday 8:30 - 9:30

Yoga

Take-Out Available

Catering

Gift Certificates Make Great Gifts

Beginners Tai Chi Tie Dye Tuesdays

Tues 1pm Park Ave. Bldg. No Class Jun 30 Tuesdays 2 - 4pm

The

An Adirondack Tradition for Over 75 Years Rt. 28

Thendara, NY

315-369-6859

Knotty Pine

Riverfront Home

Open Daily at 4:30pm

Closed Sunday

Stained Glass Thursdays Stained Glass Suncatcher

Mondays Jun 29 - Aug 31 10-11:30am July 2, 9am-3pm With Bruce Wight Session I July 6 - 9 Mon - Thurs 2:30 - 4pm July14 16 Tues Thurs 2:30 - 4pm July 2-Aug 6 , 6:30-9:00pm Wednesday July 1, 15 29

DecorateaMugMondays

Rustic Slab Bench or Table Kids Pre-Teen Teen Wheel Thrown Pottery

Meetings:

every thursday thru Sept 4 9:30 - 12:00

Camera Club July 9 7pm Thursday Painters

Cruising Daily July 1st through Labor Day

147 William St., Old Forge, NY Beautiful Bavarian-style home. Square footage: 5,033. Located on the picturesque Moose River on an 88' x 267' wooded lot. Features tiered stone patios and walkways and a dock for direct access for kayaking, canoeing and swimming. Located one block from main snowmobile access. The property currently has an existing Bed Breakfast permit. Home features: Three floors with 6 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Balconies, fireplace, Cable TV, carpeted floors (new), dishwasher, washer/dryer, attached garage and two storage buildings. For more information and pictures go to www.AdkByOwner.com

Family Owned and Operated Since 1991

Stone Lodge ~ For Sale by Owner

Cruise Dine

Raquette Lake Navigation Company, Inc.

Luncheon Cruises: Wed-Sat 11-1 Pizza Cruise Tuesdays: 11:30-1 Soup St. Williams Sundays in July: 12:30-2:30 Sunday Brunch begins July 26! Traditional Dinner Cruises: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Sat 5:30-8:30 Intimate Dining Experience: Sun, Wed, Fri 6:00-9:00 Sightseeing (no meal): Mon 11:30-1:00. Tues, Thurs, Sat 2:00-3:30 Moonlight: Sat 10-11:30 pm

Monday, July 6: FULL MOON CRUISE WITH MITCH FRASIER! $7 pp, 10-11:30pm. First come, first served.

SHOW YOUR CARD AND SAVE! CAA members always discounted 5%.

Call (315) 369-6025

P.O. Box 100

Raquette Lake, NY 13436 (315) 354-5532

raquettelakenavigation. com

W.W. Durant

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Commercial Restaurant Building in Boonville. Multi-Use Building Bar - Restaurant - Lodging

FOR SALE OR LEASE

315-942-4434

OPEN DAILY

11am - 10pm

MINIATURE GOLF

An Adirondack Tradition!

18 holes of motorized action "A panic and a half" Still the Most Fun in Town

Celebrating 49 BIG Years!

Route 28, Main St., Old Forge (Across from Enchanted Forest/Water Safari) Tickets: oldforgelakecruises.com or (315) 369-6473

Join us for an experience sightseeing while cruising the first four lakes of the Fulton Chain. Sightseeing (2hrs.) Daily @ 11am, 1pm 3pm Kids' (1 hr) Tues.-Thurs. @ 5pm Mailboat (3 hrs) Mon. - Sat. @ 9:45am July 4th Fireworks Cruise Sunday Brunch (2.5 hrs) @ noon 8 - 9:30pm Sightseeing Cruise 9:30 - 10pm Fireworks Over Old Forge Pond Space Limited ~ Purchase Tickets Now!

SIGHTSEEING CRUISE

Right Next Door To...

Open Daily 9:30am-11:00pm

Summer Cruising Schedule

MEYDA

Tiffany Studio

The Largest Selection of Tiffany Lamps and Stained Glass Windows on the East Coast

UP TO 70% OFF

Open Daily at 9:30am

Main St. (across from Big M), Old Forge

315/369-6636

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CENTRAL ADIRONDACK KIWANIS

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WEBB COMMUNITY FOOD PANTRY

FRIDAY, JULY 3

10:00 AM until 3:00 PM

DIORIO'S SUPERMARKET

OLD FORGE DAN'S FOOD MART

EAGLE BAY KALIL'S MARKET

INLET KINNEY DRUGS

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The Webb Community Food Pantry, located at St. Bartholomew's Church, needs help. Visit one of the grocery stores above and help fill the Webb Community Food Pantry

Only nonperishable items will be collected.

A Story from 1893 to 1983 by William R. Marleau

Available at the Adirondack Reader; Old Forge Hardware, Old Forge Historical Society, Adirondack Museum, Hoss's Country Corner, Wildroot Bookstore, Charlie Johns Store, Departure or

BIG MOOSE STATION

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www.marleaufamilypress.com

The Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council, Inc.

The Syracuse Symphony Orchestra

Friday, July 31, 2009 ~ 8:00 P.M.

Arrowhead Park Inlet, New York

for the Eleventh Year

Proudly Presents

The Fulton Chain of Lakes Performing Arts Council, Inc.

"Under the Tent"

by the U.S. ARMY TENTH MOUNTAIN DIVISION

Free Concert

is proud to sponsor a

Free Children's Concert at 3:00 P.M.

For Children Ages 12 and under Accompanied by an Adult

Cocktail Party At The Woods Inn ~ 4-7 p.m.

$100 per Person Includes Preferred Seating at the Concert

General Admission ($25) Cocktail Reception Tickets Available at Inlet Tourist Information Office or Old Forge Tourist Information Office Also: At the Door on Performance Night

Sunday, August 2, 2009

2:00 p.m.

JAZZ COMBO BAND

Lawn space $10.00 (Bring your own chair) For more information please call

Arrowhead Park Inlet, NY Free Will Offerings Appreciated For more information please call

"UNDER THE TENT"

315-357-5501 or 315-369-6983

315-357-5501

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Pastel

from page 22

Award and $200 went to Carol Volz Begley for "Sunny Alley Behind Izzy Miller's." Adirondack Pastel Society Outstanding Still Life Award a n d $100 went to Pat Tribastone for "Vessels I." The F r a n k Mariani Memorial Aw a r d and $100 went to Stanley Maltzman for "Evening Embers." Outstanding Portrait Aw a r d and $100 went to Christine Swann for "Her Tears Were As Pearls." Outstanding Small Format Award and $100 went to Dan Michael for "Red Bird House." The Rooney Award and $100 w e n t to Sangita Phadke for "Juicy Cherries." The Vermont Pastel Society Award and $100 went t o Lucy Petrie for "Orange Slice and Lime Wedge." The William J. Kowalsy M e m o r i a l Award and $100 went to Lucy Petrie for "Great E g r e t . " The Holbein Artist Materials Award went to Janet Palmer for "Path to the Beach." The Great American Art Works Product Award went to Janet Shaw Amtmann for "Shelter from the Storm." The Artist's Air Award went to Phil Bates for "Taos Aspens." The Airfloat Systems M e r c h a n d i s e Award went to Alan Hopkins for "Cate." The Abbott's Lake Country Studio Award went to Carolyn Justice for "Farmer at the Market." The Colorfin Product Award went to Trudi Smith for "Chip." The Kitty Wallis Award w e n t to Charles Peer for " E v e n i n g Jewels." The Guerrilla Painter Award went to Wendy Soliday for "Glittering Marsh." The Strathmore Artist P a p e r s Award went to Pat Tr i b a s t o n e for "Blocks and Jugs." The Hahnemuhle Paper Product Award went to Brian McDermott for "Bowl, Green Apple Lemon." The UART P a s t e l Paper Product Award went to Kay Sandler for "Rose o f Sharon #1." The Pastel Journal Award #1 went to Laura Jo Sherman for "French Glen

Vi s t a . " The Ampersand Art S u p p l y Award went to Adrianna M. Meiss for "Island Pines." The Dakota Art Award went to Kay Sandler for "Hobbit's Magnolia." The Arts Center/Dick Blick Workshop Award went to M o n i k a ten Bruggencate for " M a x . " The Cheap Joe's Art Supply Award went to Z.L. Feng for "Eyes of Age." The Diane Townsend P r o d u c t Award went to Lisa Gleim for "Aslan." The Pastel J o u r n a l Award #2 went to Marianne Fyda for "Sunlit Iris and Hops." The Pastel Journal Aw a r d #3 went to David F r a n c i s for "Rookery and Pottery." !

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All Major Minor Repairs

NYS Inspections

(Computerized Emission Inspections)

Full Computer Diagnostics

Tires Brakes

Express Oil Change

Coolant Flush

Oil Changes $26.95

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8036 State Rt. 12, Barneveld, NY 13304

Exceptionally Clean Cars Trucks

All Vehicles Serviced, Inspected With Warranties

Financing Available, Trade-Ins Welcome.

BLUE MOUNTAIN LAKE BOAT LIVERY

ESTABLISHED 1908

Opening for the 101st Consecutive Season

Anniversary

Wedding

Divorce

Birthday

Family Reunion

Book a Private Cruise for your Special Event

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Sunfish Sailboats and Day Sailors

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M itchell S tone P roducts LLC

#1 Stone

#2 Stone

3/8" Minus (Driveway Mix)

1" Minus

1 1/2" Minus (State Spec Item 4) More Products to be available throughout the summer Call for prices and other products you may need.

Stone Products for Sale

Products Readily Available

Based out of Tahawus

Briefs

from page 23

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THE

OLE BARN

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Limekiln Lake Road, Inlet

357-4000

www.theolebarn.com

Open Daily at Noon

Sunday at 9am

Steamed Clams Daily

Sunday $ Breakfast Buffet

Lunch Specials

Homemade Soups Overstuffed Sandwiches

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Wide Variety of Salads Pizza Wings

Only $900 Haircuts

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Steamed Seafood Dinner Crab, Clams Shrimp. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16.99 Barbecued Ribs........................$12.99 (Half-Rack)..$17.99 (Full Rack) Friday Fresh Haddock (Fried or Broiled). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.99 20 oz. T-Bone Steak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $23.99 Saturday Prime Rib . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16.99 Our Regular Menu is also available including a wide variety of Seafood Italian Specialties, Beef Poultry Entr

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For a gr

eat hair cut stop by

2 Barbers on duty every day 118 Main St., Boonville, NY

CHILDREN'S MENU GAME ROOM

Book your Shower, Wedding, Banquet or Special Event with us. We can accommodate you, whether it's a party of 20 or 320!

HILL'S TREE SERVICE

TREE REMOVAL TRIMMING

Bucket Truck Climbing Services Brush Chipping Land Clearing

Allstate Pink Ribbon Road Ride July 27 28. For more info go to pinkribbonriders.com IVES CLAMBAKE October 3rd (tickets on sale soon)

We Need One Another

For Over 40 Years, In Cooperation with the Towns of Webb and Inlet, the Fulton Chain of Lakes Association has worked to protect our lakes by:

Free Estimates

Fully Insured Unbeatable Prices

(315) 831-TREE (8733)

Jonathan H. Hill

Town Residents, Hamlet Residents and Visitors

or 1-866-697-8487 for free patches, gum, or lozenges. *If you qualify, most smokers do.

Call 1-866-NY-QUITS

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Conducting water and septic dye tests insuring water quality

Insuring Safe Boating and Navigation

Developing and implementing a program for eradicating invasive water plants

Assisting in establishing programs for environmental protection

www.projectactionhfm.org

Help us Continue to Maintain the Pristine Waters of the Fulton Chain

Join Today, Be A Strong Link In The Chain

Help us Keep the Lakes Clean

Sponsor - $35 Patron of the Lakes - $100

Name:__________________________________________________________ Address:_____________________________________State:_____Zip:_____ Make tax deductible checks payable to: FCLA, P.O. Box 564, Old Forge, NY 13420

Basic Membership - $10 Family Membership - $25

Friend of the Lakes - $40

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Screened Top Soil Crushed Stone

Driveway Mix Beach Sand

Cobbles, etc.

Makers of Quality Stone Products Landscaping, Land Clearing, Septic Systems

Heroux Construction Co., Inc.

369-6061

Weekend Delivery Also Available

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T. F. WRIGHT SONS

Discover the traditional quality and craftsmanship that only T.F. Wright Sons Granite Foundry can bring to your kitchen. Visit our granite foundry for a tour or call for a private appointment.

Granite Foundry

Specializing in...

493-2963

609 Adelaide Street

Carthage, NY Open Mon. - Fri. 8am - 5pm; Sat 10am - 2pm

kitchen and bath counter tops, granite tables, fireplace mantles, patio furniture, clocks, hot plates and much more!

Woodsy colors and images inspired by the Great Camps that graced the Adirondack Wilderness. Our rustic lodge collection declares your home or camp is always Forever Wild! Quality is our nature and great design is timeless... sensibilities rooted in tradition!

Bedding D i n n e rw a r e Furniture Rugs Lighting A r t Prints Sculptures

Rt. 28 Thendara NY

315-369-6091

1-800-776-1880

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House

Foundation

Attic Sill Plate

Pole Barn

Docks and other Applications Bryan Ozog Serving the 845-6000 North Country

NORTHERN SPRAYFOAM

INSULATION

OutdoorLatinMass

Sundays at 10:00 am

333 Green Bridge Rd., Thendara (Across from Old Bottling Plant)

Kiwanis

from page 26

The Most Comfortable Insulation... at a Comfortable Price

have such a high percentage of participation. During the 2008-09 school year, Key Club members logged a total of 2,101 hours of community service. At their year-end recognition meeting, 16 members received certificates for 30 hours of community service, 12 members for 50 hours. Key Leader certificates were given to 15 members for participation in at least five

events throughout the school year. During the year, Key Club and Central Adirondack Kiwanis Club participate in many joint events. Some were community service events, such as ringing the bell to raise funds for The Salvation Army or wrapping gifts for the Kiwanis Christmas for Kids project. Some events were fund raising events, such

St. Pio's Old Roman Catholic Summer Mission

The Most Rev. Richard J. Euler, D.D. 369-2064

`THE KHOROS KIDS'

aka

Rain or Shine

"Duc in altum"

Kowalik's Hotel

Otter Lake, NY Open: Thurs., Fri. Sat. Breakfast Lunch - 6am-2pm

Friday Fish Fry 4-8pm Adult Beverages with Lunch or Dinner Richard Parent

Licensed Sales Associate

's Jelly Ja ean r J COFFEE SHOP

Monday - Friday, July 6th-10th 1:00-2:15pm The Arts Center/Old Forge Story/Play "Where The Wild Things Are" Call 369-6411 to Register

www.khoroskids.com Instructor Patricia Rickard-Lauri KHOROS Artistic Director

KHOROS 2009 Summer Theater Arts Offerings Basic Theater/Movement/Music Program for 5 6 year olds

Working Together for Results!

Full Time Professional Service

Local National Marketing Plan

Multiple Website MLS Exposure

National Relocation Referral Network

Thinking Of Buying or Selling? ... Contact me today for a free consultation!

4957 Commercial Dr., Yorkville, NY 13495 315-768-1680, Ext 203

Cell: 315-292-8617 homes@richardparent.com

Visit my website: www.RichardParentHomes.com

Mary's

FOR SALE BY OWNER

177 Morrow Point Rd. 3 bed, 2 bath, great room, dining, office, year round, oversized 2 stall garage, private location, close to town, several water rights $325,000

WHITE PINE BAKERY

as the annual free Car Wash, the Kiwanis One Day project, and the annual Kiwanis Winter Sports Challenge. Key Club Advisor Diane Amos, a Kiwanis member and teacher of Family Consumer Science at the school, said "We have had a very successful year, with more than half the members achieving over 30 community service hours. Our students participate in many school activities besides academics. They make the time to help others and the community. They have grown in many ways, such as taking responsibilities seriously and caring for their community." At their annual recognition meeting, the Key Club elected the following officers for the 2009-10 school year: President Sam Phaneuf, VicePresident Alicia Burnett, Secretary Taylor Payne, and Treasurer Parker Clemans. Key Club representatives from the Central Adirondack Kiwanis Club are Paula Tormey of Old Forge and Bob Baker of Inlet. They commented, "You could not ask for a nicer group of young adults. It has been our pleasure to work with the students as well as their outstanding school advisor, Diane Amos. They are a fabulous part of our community." J

Donuts

Muffins

Breads

Turnovers Bagels

Strudel

Cookies Pies, Cakes Special Requests made-to-order Open Daily at 7:00 am Inlet, NY

357-5170

Briefs

from page 25

315-369-4468

Bird's Marine

Rt. 28, Old Forge, NY

(315) 369-2136 Rt. 28, Raquette Lake, NY

(315) 354-4441

www.birdsboats.com

info@birdsboats.com

NOW OPEN

In-store Specials

7 Days a Week "Late Night Hours"

learning more about the DEC summer camps and how to register your child, visit www.dec.ny.gov/education/29.html or email edcamps@gw.dec.state.ny.us or call (518) 402-8014.

SALES

SERVICE

DOCKAGE

RENTAL

Located Between Walt's Diner Billy's 315-369-4405

Mon-Sat. 11am-10pm

Sun. Noon-9pm

Liquors

Old Forge

Auction fundraiser seeks donations

The Friends of the Long Lake Library will host an auction fundraiser on Saturday, July 25 at the Mount Sabbatis Pavilion in Long Lake. The group is asking everyone to check their attics and closets for tax-deductible donations. If you would like your items picked up, call (518) 6245162.

"Best Value" "Largest Selection"

Pontoon Boats, Fishing Boats, Runabouts, I/O s Deck Boats

Available Now - Grumman Electric 18 Pontoon Boat Tahoe, Lowe Starcraft

BUFFALO HEAD

10626 North Lake Road, Forestport

MON.-THURS., 11AM-9PM; FRI.-SAT., 11AM-10PM; SUN., 12-8PM www.buffaloheadrestaurant.com

"Historic Adirondack Restaurant"

Food $en$e orders are due

Niccolls Memorial Presbyterian Church is taking orders for the Food Sense package for July. Each "unit" costs $15.50. This program is open to all. There are no eligibility requirements nor is there any obligation to purchase food every

Please see BRIEFS, Page 28

WEEKEND SPECIALS

Louisiana Style Bourbon BBQ Baby Back Ribs

Campfire Steak

Blackberry Pork

SUN DOLPHIN PEDAL BOATS Venture pontoon trailers EZ Floating Northern Dock Systems Mercury Yamaha Outboards Volvo Mercruiser I/O s

Steaks

Poultry

Pastas

Entree Salads

Kiddies Menu

LUNCH DINNER SERVED DAILY

For Reservations, Call

"ALWAYS FAMOUS FOR FOOD"

392-6607

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ZONE 3

New

Cold, Hearty Perennials Shrubs

Herb Vegetable Plants Open Also at the Ol' Station May thru July in Blue Mountain Lake Routes 28 30.

Located in Inlet, across from Inlet Firehall

Inlet Hours: Mon - Sat: 9am-5pm Sun: 9am-4pm Blue Mtn. Lake Hours: Sun-Wed 9am-Noon, Thurs-Sat 9am-5pm

Landscape Nursery Garden Center

315-357-6337

Start your Christmas shopping early by ordering a custommade "heirloom" teddy bear made from a wedding gown, fur coat, baby blanket, school uniform or any other sentimental piece of material. Three sizes available and prices vary according to the material used. A unique gift that's sure to please your loved one. Gift Certificates Available

"By Appointment Only" (315) 867-3318

Unbearables by Brenda

It's Christmas in July at

www.geocities.com/unbearablesbybrenda

POSTER IS NOW AVAILABLE

The 2009 Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors poster is now available. Titled "The Adirondacks: Old Forge After Indian Rapids," this year's poster is from a 1985 painting by Don Getz. Mirnie Kashiwa told the Express that this painting was the inspiration for the poster series that was started in 1986 to promote the Arts Center's annual watercolor exhibit. Getz has painted most of the series. The poster is available for sale at the Arts Center/Old Forge. Posters signed by the artist cost $30; unsigned cost $25. Some of the previous years' posters may also be available for sale at the Arts Center. There is also a four-poster set available, depicting the seasons of the Adirondacks.

Photo submitted

WATERCOLOR

Let Your Dog Be A

Are you working long hours? Do you feel guilty about leaving your dog at home all alone? Going on a long vacation? We specialize in dog walking, dog sitting, at home visits, over night stays, bath/brush/nails, pet taxi and much more!

Lucky Doggy!

Hamilton County Public Health Nursing Service Immunization Clinics Scheduled

Hamilton County Public Health Nursing Service will be offering immunization clinics for children the first Thursday of every month. The first clinic will be held on July 9th, instead of July 2nd, due to the holiday weekend. The clinics will be held at the public health office in Indian Lake on White Birch Lane. Immunizations will be administered at no cost and parents should bring their child s immunization record to have it updated. A series of three HPV vaccinations are now available for girls ages 11-18.

For more information about vaccines that are available or to make an appointment, please call the Family Health Services Coordinator at (518) 648-6497.

Call Sarah Jo (315) 266-7449

Insured by Pet Sitters International.

OPENING FOR THE SEASON? Have Us Clean Your Bedding Window Coverings (315) 896-2726

Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm; Sat 8am - 1pm

New Location June 1st Next to Subway on Rt. 12 in Barneveld Personalized Shirt Laundry TRY OUR ECONOMICAL STEAM CLEAN

CLEANERS

Lewis County General Hospital

You are cordially invited to join us for our

Briefs

from page 27

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SECOND ANNUAL

DINNER Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009

Lowville Elks Lodge

This is a special evening to honor our breast cancer survivors and remember those who have their battle with the disease. Twenty-Five Dollars per person includes a delicious dinner, top entertainment and a chance to win great prizes. Please plan to join us for this once a year event. Seating is limited. Please call 376-5426 for ticket information.

`We Treat You Like Family'

RAUSCHER BROS., INC

For All Your Roll Off Needs in the Old Forge Surrounding Area!

West Leyden, NY

8 - 40 Cubic Yard Containers Available!

Competitive Prices Reliable Service For 25 Years!

Call 942-4111

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BARONE, HOWARD CO., CPAs, PC

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS

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FAX (315) 797-5413

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Literarily Speaking

Crosby Blvd., Old Forge

Park Ave. Building

$3 fee

Needed but not a must: exercise mat, hand weights water bottle

Any Age Welcome Please wear proper gym attire; including sneakers

E-MAIL: Mail@bhcpapc.com

The Old Forge Library oldforgelibrary.org

(315) 369-6008

AEROBICS

Monday Thursday 5:45-7:00pm Wednesday, 7-9pm School Gym

Personal Tax Planning Preparation Trusts Estates, Business Tax Preparation, Accounting, Auditing, Payrolls Business Valuations QuickBooks Certified Pro Advisor

FOR ALL YOUR ACCOUNTING NEEDS

OPEN HOUSE JULY 5TH 11am-1pm

REDUCED

Want to enjoy the lakes w/o waterfront prices/taxes? Buy our 3b/1b ranch w/finished fam rm in basement, walk out to yard and 2 car heated garage and dock your boat at marina.

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PRICE REDUCED $199,000

Mohawk Valley 1st Choice Realty

Selling the Adirondacks One Home at a Time!

NORTH COUNTRY SPECIALISTS

Pat Gurley (315) 404-7061 Associate Broker

RON STEWART-BROKER/OWNER

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EVENTS ** Adirondack Detective: The Years Pass John Briant, Author Reading Tuesday, June 30 7:00 PM North Country Public Radio Adirondack News Roundtable Broadcast Martha Foley and Brian Mann Wednesday, July 1 Noon Public Welcome: 11:45 AM Reception Follows. #Be Creative @ the Old Forge Library Summer Reading Program Kick-Off Program Registration: Join a Kazoo Band! Thursday, July 2 Noon-1:00 PM Regular Program: Thursdays, July 9--July 30 (Four More Sessions) ** The Adirondacks: A Postcard History Scherelene Schatz, Author Power Point Presentation Thursday, July 2 7:30 PM Adirondack Tales Bill Smith, Storyteller July 7 7:30 PM **Summer Writers Workshop--Our 30 th Year! Wednesdays, July 8-Aug.12 6:00 PM-8:30 PM Co-Directors: Dorian Gossy and Roger Mitchell Limited Enrollment **Adirondack Birding: 60 Great Places to Find Birds Gary Lee, Author Power Point Presentation Tuesday, July 14 7:30 PM MEETINGS Friends of the Old Forge Library Meeting Tuesday, July 7 1:00 PM Old Forge Library Association Board Meeting Thursday, July 9 5:30 PM RECENT ARRIVALS Michael Connelly Scarecrow (HC/CD) Nora Roberts Vision in White (HC/CD) Lisa See Shanghai Girls (HC/CD) Pam Grout 100 Best Volunteer Vacations to enrich your life Elisabeth Hasselbeck G Free Diet: A Gluten-free Diet COMING SOON: Adirondack Storytelling Festival, Crafts Demos; "Marketing your Book" Seminar; Authors Fair; McCarthy-Paisley-Cleaveland Trio; and more...

**Funded by New York State Council on the Arts: The Literature Program. #Funded by the Town of Webb *Tuesday Summer Series Sponsored by the Friends

VOLLEYBALL

ADULT

Saturdays Grades 4-6: 9am - 11am Grades 7-9: 11am - 1pm

BASKETBALL ADULTS

Tuesday, Thursday 7-9pm School Gym

Please wear proper gym attire; SNEAKERS A MUST

YOUTH

Town of Webb Parks and Recreation

Choose from Over 600 Wines From Around The World...

All your favorites

Liquor Store

New York, Argentina, Chile, Spain, France and more

Gift Baskets Available

Cigars

Wine Accessories

Flasks

We Deliver from Woodgate to Blue Mountain

2910 Main St., Old Forge (Across from FASTRAC)

OPEN DAILY 9am

SUNDAY NOON

(315) 369-3371 ~ (315) 369-3022

Only At... Adirondack Outdoor Center Rt. 28, Old Forge, NY (315)-369-2300

Red Dog Tavern

Since 1982

HAVE A BITE!

Daily OPEN at 4pm

Friday Fish Fry Sat. Prime Rib

An A

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1.3 Miles down South Shore Road, Inlet

Awesome Food

Casual

Fun

315-357-5502

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Goodsell Museum seeks auction items

The Goodsell Museum on Main Street in Old Forge is seeking donations for its annual auction to be held on Saturday July 11 under the big tent at the Goodsell Museum property at 2 p.m. All proceeds will go toward the operating costs of the museum. Items desired are auctionable antiques, memorabilia, collectables, furniture, and new or nearly new household goods with a value over $10 (no electronics or upholstered

Outdoor Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament

items). Donations should be dropped off at the museum before July 11 during business hours. Call the Museum at (315) 369-3838 if you have larger items that you would like picked up.

For First Friday, July 3, 2009

Immediately following 8am Mass until 12 noon Please stop by and spend a few moments with Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament

333 Green Bridge Rd., Thendara (Across from Old Bottling Plant)

St. Pio's Old Roman Catholic Summer Mission

369-2064

Writers workshop to start at library

The Summer Writers Workshop at the Old Forge Library will celebrate its 30th Anniversary this year. It will be held on Wednesdays from July

Please see BRIEFS, Page 36

NOW PEN O

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Exceptional Quality Second Hand Clothes

All Items "L Many Ne ike New." w with Ta gs. Featured Name Brands Include:

Abercrombie Fitch

Aeropostale

American Eagle

Banana Republic

Express

Gap

Hollister 3047 Main St., #6

Levi Behind Walt's Diner

Limited 1 door left of Billy's Restaurant

Old Navy Open: Daily 10am - 8pm

NY Co

Nautica, etc. 315-369-6066

Sizes Infant - Adult

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The Stillwater Shop, Inc.

315-376-2110 at the Stillwater Reser v o i r General Store/Gift Shop/Dairy Bar Northern Lights Bed Breakfast

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Starting THURSDAY, JULY 2nd at the

BINGO

Inlet Community Hall

(next to St. Anthony's Church)

Doors Open at 7pm Games begin at 7:30pm Summer BINGO Dates: Thursdays: July 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd 30th August 6th, 13th, 20th 27th September 3rd

Benefit: Inlet Volunteer Emergency Serv., Inc. Children under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult!

Flowers

Karam's

Cinnamon Glazed

Almonds, Pecans, Cashews

Wide Variety of Bedding Plants Vegetable Plants

4" 6" GERANIUMS

Oh Fudge...

Creamy, Smooth, Delicious and Freshly made at the

Best Prices in the Adirondacks! Check Us Out!!

One to Three. . . . .$20 ea. Three or more.....$18 ea.

Hanging Baskets

Candy Cottage

mrfudge@hughes.net candycottage.net

3031 Main Street

Oh Fudge, NY

369-2310

Open Daily 9am - 5pm

Main St., Old Forge Across from Lion King and Randy's

2938 State

Rt 28

Old Forge, NY 13420

www.dioriossupermarket.com

July 4th Savings

Certified Angus Beef Boneless

Bursting with

Red

Ripe Delicious

Whole Seedless Watermelon

$

STOCK UP NOW WITH SAVINGS FOR EASY SUMMER ENTERTAINING

California Driscoll

1 Lb Pkg

3

99

ea.

$

Fieldale Farms Grade A

Savings Pack

Top Round London Broil

2

49

lb.

Red Ripe Strawberries

$ 99

ea.

First Of The Season

1

Fresh Split Chicken Breasts

Bone-In Tender

Northwest Cherries

1.3 Lb Pkg

99

1

ea.

lb.

Baby Back Spare Ribs

$ 99

lb.

$

2

88

lb.

Selected Varieties 12.8 To 16 Oz Pkg

Shady Brook Farms Ground Turkey

Sliced To Order

2

$ 99

Russer Smoked Virginia Ham

$

3

99

lb.

40 Oz Squeeze Btl

Selected Varieties 10.7 To 12 Oz Pkg

Ball Park Beef Franks

2/$

5

Heinz Tomato Ketchup

3/$

5

Kraft American Cheese Singles

2/$

4

16.9 Fl Oz Btls 405.6 Fl Oz Pkg

Selected Varieties 16.25 To 18 Oz Btl

Selected Varieties 10.5 To 11.5 Oz Bag

Poland Spring Water 24 Pack

$

4

Kraft Barbecue Sauce

99

2/$

3

BUY ONE GET ONE

FREE

Selected Varieties 12 To 16 Oz Box

Lay's Potato Chips

Or Bud Light

12 Fl Oz Cans Plus Tax Deposit

Selected Varieties 30 Fl Oz Jar

$

Double Coupons Up To 60

16

Budweiser 30 Pack

Hellmann's Mayonnaise

99

Store Hours:

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Aisles Of Savings To Celebrate July 4th

Selected Varieties

14 To 16 Fl Oz Btl

Kraft Salad Dressing

Selected Varieties

16 To 32 Fl Oz Jar

Selected Varieties

128 Fl Oz Btl

In Oil Or Water

5 Oz Can

Selected Varieties

12 Fl Oz Btl

2/$

4 5

5 3/$ 5 $ 99 2 $ 99 3 2/$ 3 99

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Vlasic Pickles

2/$

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99

Arizona Iced Tea

2/$

5

Bumble Bee Solid White Tuna

4/ $

5 3

Lawry's Marinades

2/ $

4 4

Selected Varieties

16 Oz Or Microwave

7.5 Oz Cntr

Bush's Best Baked Beans

Selected Varieties

Makes 6 Or 8 Qts Or On The Go

7 To 10 Pack

.49 To 2.52 Oz Pkg

Classic Or Bacon Ranch

15 To 15.5 Oz Box

Selected Varieties

6 Oz Can

Selected Varieties

5 To 12.25 Oz Jar

4/$

Crystal Light Drink Mix

$

2

Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Twin Pack

2/$

4

Musco Pitted Black Pearls Olives

2/ $

Smucker's Ice Cream Toppings

2/ $

Makes 10 Quarts 26.5 Oz Cnstr

4.1 To 4.4 Oz Jar

IGA Iced Tea Mix

Selected Varieties 19 Oz Cnstr

Bacos Chips Or Bits

Selected Varieties 10 Oz Squeeze Btl

IGA Drink Mix

Selected Varieties 5 To 6 Oz Can

Grey Poupon Mustard

Selected Varieties 2.5 To 3.4 Oz Cntr

Pam Cooking Spray

Selected Varieties 10 Oz Btl

McCormick Grill Mates Seasonings

10 Oz Jar

A.1. Steak Sauce

Honey Or Spicy Brown 12 To 20 Oz Squeeze Btl

IGA Salad Olives

5.75 Oz Jar Or Thick Steak Sauce 10 Fl Oz Btl

French's Yellow Mustard

McCormick

Selected Varieties .71 To 1.25 Oz Pkg

Lindsay Stuffed Manzanilla Olives Lea Perrins Worcestershire Sauce

Grill Mates Marinade Mix

3 2/$ 5 3/$ 5 2/$ 4 3/$ 5 $ 99 2

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Selected Varieties 24 Oz Jar

Barilla Pasta Sauce

Selected Varieties 29 To 30 Oz Can

IGA Canned Fruit

Buttermilk 20 Oz Box

Bisquick Baking Mix

Selected Varieties 8 Oz Cntr

Kraft Grated Cheese

2 Oz Pkg

Lipton Onion Soup Mix

Selected Varieties 4 To 6 Oz Pkg

Keebler Ready Crust

5 $ 79 1 $ 69 1 $ 49 3 3/$ 5 3/$ 5

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IGA Maraschino Cherries

Botticelli Sweet Red Peppers Heinz Relish

Selected Varieties 19 Fl Oz Btl

Dinosaur Sauces

Selected Varieties .9 To 1.8 Oz Pkg

Knorr Soup Mix

Selected Varieties .3 To 3 Oz Pkg

Jell-O Gelatin Mix

2 2/$ 3 99

$ 39 3 2/$ 4 4/$ 3

$ 29

7 Oz Cntr

Selected Varieties 16 Oz Pkg

IGA Cookies

Selected Varieties Or Orange Marmalade 12 To 18 Oz Jar

Smucker's Jam Or Preserves

5 Lb Bag Or 64 Oz Cnstr

Domino Granulated Sugar

Crispix

Raisin Bran

Raisin Bran Crunch Or Raisin Bran Extra Cereal

12 To 20 Oz Box

Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats

Low Fat Strawberry Or Blueberry 10.4 Oz Box

IGA Fruit Grain Bars

Selected Varieties 46 Fl Oz Btl

V8 Vegetable Juice

99

2/$ 5 2/$ 5 2/$ 6 2/$ 5 2/$ 5

Save Big On Snacks Beverages

Twizzlers Candy

Packaged Bakery

2/$

2/$

4

Selected Varieties

9 To 10.5 Oz Box

Butterfield Potato Sticks

4

Selected Varieties

8.7 To 9.3 Oz Pkg

Hershey's Candy 6 Pack

Selected Varieties

Plus Tax Deposit

Selected Varieties

7 To 10 Oz Pkg

Selected Varieties

6 Oz Pkg

2/$

Or Cinnamon 14.4 Oz Box

7

4 10/$ 10

2/$

Adirondack Or Waist Watcher Soda Or Seltzer 2 Liter

10/$

10

$

Pop

Secret Microwave Popcorn

2/$

3

Nabisco Snack Crackers

2/$

5

$

Entenmann's Little Bites

2/$

6

4 $ 99 2 2/$ 6

2/$

23.7 Fl Oz Sport Btls 284.4 Fl Oz Pkg

IGA Honey Graham Crackers

Regular Or Mini

10 To 10.5 Oz Or Bites

2.5 Oz Pkg

Poland Spring Water 12 Pack Vintage Seltzer 1 Liter

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Selected Varieties

33.8 Fl Oz Btl Plus Tax Deposit

Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows

IGA Whole Cashews

Regular Or Light

12 Fl Oz Btls Plus Tax Deposit

Corona Extra 12 Pack

$

14

99

Selected Varieties 64 Fl Oz Btl

Gatorade Thirst Quencher

3 2/$ 1 $ 99 4 2/$ 3

99

500 ML Plus Tax Deposit

Coca-Cola Or Dasani 6 Pack

Potato Crisps

Selected Varieties 5.71 To 6.41 Oz Cnstr

4/$

Pringles Super Stack

Toasteds Or Wheatables

Selected Varieties

6.5 To 16 Oz Box

Keebler Townhouse Crackers

Perfect For Easy Summer Entertaining

Tostitos Tortilla Chips

10 2/$ 3 2/$ 6 $ 49 3

250 Ct Pkg

Selected Varieties 14.5 To 16 Oz Box

Nabisco Ritz Crackers

Selected Varieties 9.7 Oz Pkg

Cape Cod Potato Chips

Selected Varieties 8 Oz Pkg

Wise Potato Chips

Selected Varieties 16 Oz Jar

Tostitos Salsa

299 2 /$ 5 2 /$ 4 2 /$ 5

20 Oz Pkg

Freihofer's Split Top Bread

18 Oz Pkg

Freihofer's Donuts

Selected Varieties 24 Oz Pkg

Arnold Whole Grain Breads

STOP SAVE at IGA!

Dad's Dog Biscuits

Homestyle 24 Oz Pkg

Picnic And Household Goods For Less

Scott Facial Tissue

2/$

3/$

5

4

Or Hickory Briquets

17 To 18 Lb Bag

Kingsford Charcoal Briquets

$

699

7 $ 49 3 $ 99 2

$ 99

Dixie Plates Cups Or Bowls

Selected Varieties

10 To 100 Ct Pkg

Or 12 Pack Double Roll

Selected Varieties

2400 To 3696 Ct Pkg

2/$

4

2 $ 99 4 $ 99 4

3/$

Cottonelle Bath Tissue 24 Pack

$

699

10/$

Xtra 2X Laundry Detergent

Selected Varieties

68.75 Fl Oz Btl

Selected Varieties

2.75 Oz Pkg

2/$

Selected Varieties 96 Fl Oz Cntr

5

5 2/$ 7 $ 1299

3/$

Meow Mix Market Select Cat Food

2/$

Selected Varieties 3 To 3.5 Lb Bag

Or Competition Briquets 12 To 13.5 Lb Bag

Assorted

Forks Or Spoons 24 Ct Pkg

Premium

175 Ct Or Cube

95 Ct Box

1

Kingsford Match Light Charcoal

32 Fl Oz Cntr

IGA Plastic Cutlery

Selected Varieties 4 To 6 Oz Pkg

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12 Pack

Regular Roll 720 Ct Pkg

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18 Inch 37.5 Sq Ft Roll

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Selected Varieties 3 To 5 Ct Pkg

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Gladware Food Storage Containers

10 $ 1099 2/$ 6

IGA Ultra Bleach

Selected Varieties 80 Fl Oz Cntr

Meow Mix Dry Cat Food

Scented 14 Lb Cntr

2/$ $

9

Nice'n Fluffy Fabric Softener

Big Roll

Ultra Or Ultra Strong 4800 Ct Pkg

IGA Scoopable Cat Litter

16 Lb Pkg

Charmin 24 Pack Bath Tissue

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549 $ 99 9

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The Best Meats In Town Are At Your Local IGA

Certified Angus Beef Loin Bone-In Bone-In

Cut From Loin Savings Pack

Porterhouse Or T-Bone Steaks

$

6

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lb.

Center Cut Pork Chops

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$

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99

lb.

Fresh Whole Chickens

99

Bone-In

lb.

Certified Angus Beef

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$

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lb.

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lb.

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$

6

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99

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$

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5 $ 99 1

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ea. lb.

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lb. lb.

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2 $ 49 1

29

lb. lb.

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699 $ 89 3

$

ea. lb.

Y ONE GET ONE

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Selected Varieties 30 To 32 Oz Pkg

Packaged Meats

$

599

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1 Lb Pkg

Seafood Specials

99

ea.

Ken's Cocktail Sauce BU

Or Tartar

8 Oz

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99

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11 To 12 Oz Pkg

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2/$

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5

5 $ 1199

2/$

ea.

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Selected Varieties

14 To 16 Oz Pkg

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$ 99

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99

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$

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Ball Park Meat Franks ONE

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349 $ 99 1

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999

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16 Oz Pkg

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Selected Varieties

6.5 To 7 Oz Aerosol Cntr

2/$

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5

Sargento Shredded Cheese

3/$

5

IGA Butter Quarters

$ 99

$ 89

1

Philadelphia Cream Cheese

4/$

5

$

Reddi Wip Topping

2/$

4

2/$

Land O Lakes Margarine Quarters

Premium

Original Or Calcium 89 Fl Oz Cntr

Selected Varieties

12 To 24 Ct

2.62 To 5 Oz Pkg

Florida's Natural Orange Juice

3 $ 59 4

2/$

1% Low Fat

2% Reduced Fat Or Fat Free

128 Fl Oz Cntr Selected Varieties 64 Fl Oz Crtn

Meadow Brook Dairy Milk Welch's Cocktail Juice

$

2

69

32 Fl Oz Cntr

Meadow Brook Dairy Half Half Land O Lakes All Natural Eggs

2/$

5

Selected Varieties

Omega 3 Or Cage Free

12 Ct Or Organic Large Brown

6 Ct Pkg

1 2/$ 5

Whole Milk Or Part Skim

16 Oz Or Ricotta

32 Oz Cntr Or Fresh Mozzarella

8 Oz Pkg...$3.19

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Or Whips

Selected Varieties 4 To 6 Oz Cntr

3

99

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Coffeemate Flavored Creamer Land O Lakes Fresh Buttery Taste

Yoplait Original Yogurt

10/$

6

4 2/$ 4

Joy Ice Cream Cones

Frozen Food Favorites

2/$

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Selected Varieties

48 Fl Oz Crtn

Selected Varieties

8 Oz Cntr

Selected Varieties

6 To 20 Oz Pkg

Turkey Hill Ice Cream

BUY ONE GET ONE

Selected Varieties 15 To 30 Fl Oz Pkg

FREE

6 2/$ 6

2/$

Kraft Cool Whip Topping

5/$

Selected Varieties 24 To 36 Fl Oz Pkg

5

6 2/ $ 5

2/ $

Stouffer's Classics Or Recipe Entrees

2/$

Selected Varieties 10 Oz Box

5

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Entrees

Selected Varieties

6 To 11.5 Oz Pkg Or Desserts Selected Varieties

4.58 To 6.3 Oz Pkg

Regular Or Pink

12 Fl Oz Can

2/$

Klondike Ice Cream Bars

Luigi's Italian Ice Popsicle Novelties

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Soft 13 Oz Box

Selected Varieties

21 To 45 Fl Oz Or Hendries Stix Selected Varieties

24 Ct

42 Fl Oz...2/$7

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15 To 39.6 Fl Oz Pkg... 2/$7

Hood Ice Cream Novelties

JJ Super Pretzels

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4 2/ $ 5

2/ $

Texas Toast 6.75 To 10 Oz Pkg Selected Varieties 14 To 21 Oz Box

5

IGA Lemonade

2/$

3

4 2/ $ 5

2/ $

Furlani Garlic Bread

$ 59

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1 2/ $ 7

12 Oz Box

Stouffer's Macaroni Cheese

16 Oz Pkg

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$ 29

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2

Blackberries Or Red Raspberries

$ 99

ea.

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2/$

3

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Great For Slicing Or In Salads

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Summertime Flavor

Dole Special Blends Salad Mix

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$ 99

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lb.

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2/$

7

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$ 99

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1

ea.

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$ 99

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1

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3/$ 99

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Sweet Cocktail Tomatoes

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Selected Varieties

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$ 9a9 e.

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$

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299

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$ 49

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$ 99

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Russer Smoked Virginia Ham

$ 99

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3

$ 99

lb.

Land O Lakes American Cheese

4

$ 99

lb.

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6

$ 99

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$ 99

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7

$ 99

3

ea.

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Cabot Cheddar Cheese

16 Oz Pkg

BelGioioso Fresh Mozzarella

$ 99

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Sabra Hummus

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Selected Varieties 16 Oz Cntr

$ 99 2/$

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Santa Barbara Salsa

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5

ea.

Stella Slicing Provolone

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Selected Varieties

5 Oz Cntr

$ 9b9 l.

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3 $299

BBQ Chicken Wings

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Teriyaki

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$ 99

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2/$

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$

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ea.

$ 99

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Patriotic Decorated Cupcakes

$ 99

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$ 99

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$ 49

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ie Or Assorted Var g 17.5 Oz Pk

ties

2

$ 99

ea.

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The Town of Webb Historical Association is now selling prints of the original plans for the Thendara Golf Course. All monies raised will go to support operations at the association and the Goodsell Museum. The original plans, for nine holes of the golf course, were designed by Donald J. Ross in 1921. Ross is widely recognized as the leading golf architect of the 20th century--and quite possibly of all time. He is best known for his simple designs that use the existing natural landscape to challenge golfers of all skill levels. While growing up in Scotland, Ross studied golf club making, and later course design and greens keeping. At the urging of a Harvard professor, Ross came to America in 1899 to tap into the growing public interest in the game of golf. By the time of his death in 1948, Ross had designed more than 430 courses. He was also a successful player, finishing in the top 10 of four U.S. Open tournaments. The prints show the original design of the Thendara course and are suitable for framing. They are available in two sizes and can be bought at Old Forge Hardware, the Thendara Golf Club, and the Town of Webb Historical Association. Prices range from $15 for a small print in black white to $275 for a large framed color print.

The THRIFT SHOP of Niccolls Memorial Church says

THANK YOU!!!

To our volunteers To our patrons To those who donate items

WE COULDN'T DO WHAT WE DO WITHOUT ALL OF YOU! The Mission of the Thrift Shop is to promote the recycling of clothing other goods in ways pleasing to God. Some of the ways we do that:

Provide quality used clothing and other items at very low prices

Provide clothing and household items to fire victims

Provide a program that allows items to be recycled back into the community whenever possible, whil e generating income for mission projects.

Provide "overstock" items to non-profit regional agencies such as the Salvation Army, Hope House, Emmaus House, etc.

Provide items and funding to local, regional, national and international mission projects such as food pantries, gas cards gift cards to local families in need, Community Transportation Service (CTS), Habitat for Humanity, disaster relief, Hands of Healing medical aid to Guatemalan poor, etc.

Church Office: (315) 369-3475

E-mail: niccolls@frontiernet.net On the web: www.niccolls.org

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We accept the following items if they are CLEAN and in very good condition: Clothing accessories Children's items Household items PLEASE, NO Electronics (TV's, computers, telephones, microwaves, etc.) NO dirty, stained, broken or incomplete items. If you're not sure, please call us! Drop off anytime in the church basement. THANK YOU for your good donations and helping us to help others!!

If you'd like to donate items:

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According to Ellon Grunert, Program Coordinator of the Wellness Connection Cancer Screening Program, "Effective April 1, 2009 the NYS Department of Health Cancer Services Program will no longer reimburse providers for average risk women ages 18-39 for breast or cervical cancer screening. Screening services will be limited to the population of women age 40 and older and men age 50 and older." please contact Ellon Grunert at 3765454. These changes will impact local women ages 18-39, who have previously accessed preventative screenings through the Wellness Connection Cancer Screening Program. Women with little or no health coverage are more likely to choose not to receive preventative care because of the financial barriers. These choices will lead to higher rates of preventable cervical and breast cancer and diminish the detection of precancerous conditions. Over the last several years the local Wellness Connection CSP has assisted uninsured/underinsured women ages 18-39 in both Lewis and Jefferson Counties with gaining access to these services. Lewis County General Hospital and Lewis County Public Health have joined forces to form a partnership to react to these devastating cuts. The basic plan was to create a program within the County of Lewis that will fully replace the life saving screenings lost by the Governor's and the NYS Department of Health's elimination of funding for that portion of coverage. Together, we have created a new program to replace the services lost by the NYS DOH cutbacks. The Wellness Connection Cancer Services Program will continue to offer services to this age group for women at high risk of breast cancer or who may have a breast lump documented by their healthcare provider. Other services the CSP provides is case management, education, outreach and access to treatment funding. For more information concerning any aspect of the program please contact Ellon Grunert at 376-5454.

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with towns and villages along the chain to combat invasive s p e c i e s and monitor the lakes. They make sure that the B l a c k River Regulating D i s t r i c t has all the information it needs to take recreation i n t o account when deciding on lake levels. They also publish maps and boating regulations and help keep people inf o r m e d about matters that concern the lakes. One issue that the FCLA h a s been keeping close tabs on is the invasion of eurasian w a t e r m i l f o i l . Watermilfoil l o v e s the water in the Adirondacks and once it gets out of control it makes huge mats of vegetation that are not pleasant to swim or boat in. In many places in the Adirondacks, the tab to clean this weed out has been enorm o u s . Member Bill Faro b r o u g h t the weed to the F C L A's attention about 10 years ago. Working with the Town of Inlet they were able to get a grant and secure private donations of money and time to start fighting the milfoil in 2005. Since then tons of plants have been removed. " P e o p l e should realize that there has been an expend i t u r e of public money but

that a good portion was also volunteer and donated," said F C L A P r e s i d e n t Don Kelly. "About $1.5 million was spent t o combat milfoil on Upper Saranac Lake and we have not h a d to spend anywhere near that. By getting there early we were able to keep costs way d o w n and keep the problem under control. If we can cont i n u e to control this at the u p p e r end of the watershed. w e can keep from spending the millions of dollars it would cost if milfoil took hold in the lower lakes," he said. This year in the late summ e r or early fall, the FCLA w i l l help the Adirondack Wa t e r s h e d Institute look for weed beds so that a baseline can be established for the lakes. Now in its forty-first year, the FCLA is inviting people in the area to join them in keeping the lakes clean and safe. An individual membership in the organization is $10. A family membership is $25. There a r e also different levels of sponsorship available including a $100 patron sponsorship. If you are interested in becomi n g "A s t r o n g link in the Chain," contact the FCLA at www.fultonchainoflakes.org. J

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Please come and enjoy our lakeside patio Lakeside Dining and Laughing Loon Tavern

Now Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Late Night Tavern Menu Daily

4th of July

Watch Fireworks from the Lawn

Mulligans

at Inlet Golf Course

315-357-4310

Sunday Breakfast Buffet

Full Breakfast - 8-11 am Lunch - 11 am-3 pm

8am-Noon ~ $8.95 5pm-8pm ~ $9.95

Monday Night Dinner

Dine Inside our air conditioned Adirondack Clubhouse or outside on the deck with a panoramic view.

Proprietors Joedda Jay from the Woods Inn Welcoming Chef John Wright 1 Mile north of Inlet

Public Welcome

LAUGHING LOON TAVERN

Wednesday, July 1st -8-11pm

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

Serving Tavern Menu til 11pm

Jim Gwen Tracy

Friday, July 3rd -8-11pm

John Keller Trio

Lawn Party

Make Dinner Reservations

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on Fourth Lake Downtown Inlet

www.thewoodsinn.com

357-5300

Tuesday, July 7th GUEST BARTENDER

7:3010:30pm

American Canoe Association Certified Instructor NYS Licensed Guide

Guided Kayak, Canoe Hiking Tours

Lessons Rentals

Connie Perry

Fireworks/Sunset Tour July 4th - 7pm

Watch the fireworks from a canoe or kayak All Experience levels welcome Located on the grounds of the historic Woods Inn For Information or Reservations Call

Tips will be donated to Inlet Fire Ladies

friskyottertours.com

(315) 357-3444

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Car show winners announced

The 12th annual CAA Father's Day Weekend Car Show was held on Saturday, June 20 in Old Forge. There were 130 cars entered and 117 shown, with 540 paying spectators. The show was sponsored by the Central Adirondack Association and Scouten's Auto in Forestport. The following is a list of the award winners. Best in Show -- Antique/Classic 1957 Chevrolet pick-up truck owned by Bob Warrick, Clifton Springs Best in Show -- Modified/Street Rod 1956 Chevrolet Belair owned by Brittany Busa, Sauquoit Spectators' Choice 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS owned by The Lloyd Family Oldest Vehicle 1930 Plymouth owned by Kent Menges, Old Forge Longest Distance Driven 2004 Chevrolet Corvette owned by Bill Alsted, Williamsport, Pa. Class 1: 1900-1942 All First Place -- 1939 Ford Coupe owned by Bob Candy Dingman, Camden Second Place -- 1933 Ford Pick-up owned by Pete McCarthy, Holland

Please see CAR, Page 41

We Do It Right from Start to Finish!!

Herron Construction

J.B. Herron

P.O. Box 823, Old Forge, NY 13420 (315) 369-2386

Educated Experienced in all phases of construction from new homes to docks boathouses. Quality guaranteed!

General and spring cleanings all year (weekly bi-weekly). Seasonal openings and closings for residential, vacation homes and businesses. So don't delay, call today for reliable housekeeping professionals.

For Scheduling Please Contact Deanna Finster at 315-346-1465

Adirondack Housekeeping

Community Investment Program

"As a community bank, we recognize and welcome our role of taking a leadership position to develop strategies and programs that support and guide during times of economic uncertainty. We understand the real challenges being felt by families and offer our assistance to create opportunities to help. Providing affordable financing is something we take very seriously as we know it is a catalyst for growth and development. It Gary W. Kavney allows families to realize the dream of home ownership, provide President CEO education opportunities or simply the ability to purchase a new family automobile. Our Community Investment Program will provide $200 million in financing to promote economic growth and help local families now."

How does your own private island sound?

The Adirondack Bank Home Equity Line of Credit

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*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate based on Prime as published in the Wall St. Journal, subject to change quarterly. Rate floor is the prime rate in effect at time of closing, ceiling is 15.9%. Term cannot exceed 25 years. Minimum loan is $20,000, maximum is $750,000. Minimum draw is $500. Subject to credit approval. Customer Closing Cost Waiver required in which Adirondack Bank reserves the right to recover closing costs if the loan is terminated within three years. **Consult a tax advisor regarding the deductibility of interest. Other fees and charges may apply

please consult a Branch Banking Representative for more details and monthly payment information. Property insurance required.

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It's MONEY in your pocket!

A phone call to

Car

from page 40

First Place

1957 Ford Thunderbird owned by Pete McCarthy, Holland Patent Second Place

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air owned by Guy Pat Greco, Ellisburg Third Place

1961 Olds Dynamic 88 owned by Fred Antonucci, Dolgeville Class 4: 1965-1983 All First Place

1965 Pontiac Bonneville owned by Gerald Kosinski, New Paltz Second Place

1971 Dodge Charger RT owned by Joe Busa, Sauquoit Second Place

1970 1/2 Pontiac Trans Am owned by Mary Busa, Sauquoit Third Place

1967 Pontiac Firebird owned by Sam Anne Arcuri, Marcy Class 5: 1984-2000 All First Place

1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS owned by Bob Mindy Snyder, Canastota Second Place

1992 Buick Roadmaster owned by Roger Mary Anna Morrow, Clifton Springs Third Place

1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo owned by Stan Black, Syracuse Class 6: Mustangs First Place

1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 owned by James Rasmussen, Rome Second Place

1966 Ford Mustang Convertible owned by Dick Bronson, Rome Third Place

1990 Ford Mustang owned by Frank Swiderski, Utica Class 7: Corvettes First Place

1966 Chevrolet Corvette coupe owned by Ruth Sullivan, Watertown Second Place

1990 Chevrolet Corvette LS-1 owned by George Kahler, Jr., Rome Third Place

1991 Chevrolet Corvette owned by Mark Noble, Pulaski Class 8: Sports Cars First Place

1968 Saab Sonnet owned by Dean Mary Gordon, New Hartford Class 9: Pro Street First Place

1970 Opel GT owned by Frank Armon, Rochester Second Place

1956 Chevrolet Bel Air owned by Pete Busa, Sauquoit Third Place

1962 Willys Delivery owned by Jim Williams, Carmel

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Patent Third Place

1930 Plymouth owned by Kent Menges, Old Forge Class 2: 1946-1954 All First Place

1948 Plymouth Business Coupe owned by Bob Benzing, Lee Second Place

1949 Willys CJ3A owned by Ronald Johnston, West Winfield Third Place

1946 Willys CJ2A owned by Bernie Peck, Geneva Class 3: 1955-1964 All

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up to $6,000 and tax credits

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Goodsell Museum

"Where the Town of Webb's History Lives"

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Free Admission

Tues

Sat - 10am

3pm

lease see CAR, Page 42

ACCREDITED ORGANIZATION

OPEN:

Main Street

Old Forge

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Event Highlights

Event Location

200 Acre Gated Facility: Indian Lookout Country Club Mariaville NY - 1/2 hour west of Albany, NY

Mountain Setting

Camping

Showers

Food Vending

General Store

Classic Motorcycle Museum

Enduro/Quad Challenge Course ATV Drag Race FMX Freestyle Exhibition 4x4 Truck/Jeep Obstacle Course 4x4 Truck/Jeep/ATV Mud Bog Race ATV Sled Pull Youth Demo Rides Custom Truck/Jeep, ATV, Motorcycle Show Children/Family Entertainment Area Bounce Rides and Slides Live Music Nightly - 8 different Bands Non Stop Music! Fireworks Toy Hauler/RV Dealer Display Area Vendor Area 1/4 Mile Dirt Flat Track - Dirt Bike/ATV Want Ad Digest Swap meet Dale Earnhardt Jr NASCAR

Presale discount if purchased before July 20th Adult $32

$64 after July 20th 3 day ticket: Friday, Saturday, Sunday includes tent camping.

For tickets visit our website www.TrailRex.com

If you plan to build, Viceroy offers you the best value for your money in fine custom homes. Because we manufacture our own building materials, (windows, doors, skylights, siding, etc.) we can afford to put more quality features in your home than any other source. Call us today for more details.

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Car

from page 41

Class 10: 1955-1964 All -- Modified First Place

1962 Chevrolet Impala owned by Mike Roder, East Syracuse Second Place

1963 Chevrolet Impala SS owned by Skip Tompkins, Carmel Third Place

1964 Chevrolet Impala owned by Chris Van Lare, Canastota Class 11: 1965-1977 All -- Modified First Place

1970 Chevrolet Nova SS owned by Angela Fred Verity, Lake Carmel Second Place

1966 Chevrolet Impala SS owned by Michael Tompkins, Carmel Third Place

1967 Ford Fairlane owned by Jamie Carncross, Jamesville Class 12: 1978-2000 All -- Modified First Place

1990 Ford Mustang LX owned by Roger Smith, New Hartford Second Place

1983 Chevrolet owned by Randy Williams, Carmel Third Place

1981 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 owned by Ed Silvernale, Jr., Bridgeport Class 13: Street Rods Pre-1935 First Place

1923 Ford T-bucket owned by Wayne Smith, Palatine Bridge Second Place

1934 Ford 3-window Coupe owned by Dave Jean Harvey, Mexico Third Place

1934 Ford 3-window Coupe owned by Mark Devito, Dexter Class 14: Street Rods 1935-1948 First Place

1938 Chevrolet 2door Sedan owned by Ranse Brooks, Clifton Springs Second Place

1937 Chevrolet coupe owned by Quentin Hague, Camden Third Place

1947 Ford Panel Truck owned by Diane Stephen Kirk, Stormville Class 15: Customs 1949-1954

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Cell 315-369-5062

IN THE RESTORATION BUSINESS FOR OVER 30 YEARS MITCHELL AMIDON

HOME: 315-357-2613 EAGLE BAY, NY 13331

SHOP: 315-357-2713

ROGGIES' FLOORING CENTER

7576 S. State Street - Lowville - New York 315-376-8166 e-mail: roggiesflooringcenter@frontiernet.net

Offering the Latest Lines of:

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EFFECTS

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Limekiln Lake Rd.

Inlet, NY 13360

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aturday, July 11 Sunday, July 12

(

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Rt. 3 - Demars Blvd. - Tupper Lake)

Please see CAR, Page 43

Old Forge Library

Tuesday thru Friday: 11am-9pm Saturday: 11am-3pm Sunday Monday: Closed

For more information, contact: F

ADIRONDACK L AKE COUNTRY

Franklin County, NY

or vacation information: AdirondackLakes.com 518-483-9470

(315) 369-6008 Crosby Blvd. Old Forge, NY

ADIRONDACK CUSTOM BUILT HOMES ON YOUR LAND

Over 50 Year of Quality Custom Build Homes, Dependability Fair Prices

2 for 20

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We Remodel, Too!

Garages

Decks Additions Kitchen Baths

369-2567

DESIGNED-ENGINEERED-PRICED ESPECIALLY WITH YOU IN MIND

LET US DESIGN YOUR NEW "DREAM HOME" or Remodel Your Existing Home

Call for an Appointment Monday-Saturday

Mailing Address: Box 4625

Utica, NY 13504

Utica (315) 738-9458 Old Forge (315) 369-2567

Email: LABUILDERS_UTICA@HOTMAIL.COM

Rt. 28

Thendara, NY 13472

315-369-6091 Open 10

5 Seven Days a Week

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Catch Magician Ron Cain's Magical Museum Show MON., JULY 6 6:30pm

Woodgate Community Hall - Bear Creek Road

Car

from page 42

OPEN 7 DAYS, ALL YEAR (We haven't closed a day since March 1991)

Monday Night Pastabilities

Bar Menu Hours: 11am

9pm, Mon

Sat; Noon-9pm Sun

Call ahead and ask about

Breakfast at 7am Mon-Sat. Great Burgers, Fries Homemade Soups Liquor Wine Store

Hotel Rooms (ask about the new suite) 315-354-4581

Pohl Construction Co.

Barging

Land Clearing

Driveways Road Building Repairs

Bulldozing Septic Systems

Rock Walls

Landscaping Topsoil - Stone - Driveway Mix Floating Docks

Over 35 years experience

ORTHERN N LIGHTS

ICE CREAM

Come to Inlet for Ice Cream!

315-354-5532

Over the river through the woods to..

The Dessert Destination

Homemade Gelato and Sorbets

Soft Serve

Hard Ice Cream

Gourmet Coffee

When you can have the time to treat yourself special, take the ride on Big Moose Rd. to Stillwater Reservoir and enjoy a meal prepared especially for you.

Open Daily for

Hope to See You-your hosts: Marian Joe

The Road is Freshly Graded

Stillwater

Dining L o d g i n g

First Place

1951 Mercury owned by George Hartshorn, Jr., Carmel Second Place

1951 Chevrolet Styline Deluxe owned by Nick Lombardo, Syracuse Class 16: Trucks, Jeeps -- Modified First Place

1979 Chevrolet Custom Pick-up owned by Michael Teti, Utica Second Place

1955 Chevrolet owned by Sherman Tucker, Dexter Third Place

1974 Ford Bronco owned by Tom Cierek, Cicero Class 17: Sport Compacts First Place

1991 Mazda Miata MX5 owned by Albert Heinrich, Clark Mills Second Place

2006 Acura RSX-S owned by Bernie Naegele, Geneva Class 19: 2000 and newer First Place

2002 Chevrolet Corvette Convertible owned by Fran Charlie Moyer, Trout Run, Pa. Second Place

2007 Chevrolet Corvette owned by Dennis Morgan, Northumberland, Pa. Third Place

2008 Chevrolet Corvette owned by Donald Herb, Northumberland, Pa. Third Place

2004 Chevrolet Corvette owned by Bill Alsted, Williamsport, Pa. J

Screamen Eagle

Videos

OPEN DAILY

Noon-Midnight Salad Bar - Noon-9pm

Pizza

Serving Food

Come See Our New Artwork

AT NOON

Open Daily

Noon - 10pm

Rt. 28, Inlet, NY 357-6294

Reservations Appreciated

www.stillwateradirondacks.com

Breakfast, Lunch Dinner

Call 315-376-6470

Located 10 scenic miles north of Big Moose Station on Stillwater Reservoir

Compromise Nothing.

Draft House

Adirondack Tavern est. 1984

Chowder

Chili

Pizza

Hot Sandwiches

Crisp Salads

Nachos

Big Juicy Char-Broiled Burgers

Fresh Haddock

Shrimp Kids Menu

BF50_EFI

"Homemade Daily Lunch Dinner Specials" U pc o m i n g L i ve M u s i c

We offer complete service on all Honda outboards and take pride in providing the kind of customer satisfaction that you expect from Honda. Adirondack Mountain Sports 151 West Main, Rt. 28 Indian Lake, NY 12842 518-648-0215 adirondackmountainsports.com

Multi-port Programmed Fuel Injection

Exclusive BLAST Technology (Boosted Low Speed Torque)

Best in Class Fuel Efficiency

Lightest Weight in Class!

5 year, Non-Declining Warranty

Beth Piekielniak

Serving Great Food Daily: Noon - 10pm

Friday, July 10th

Clarks Marina Rt. 28 Inlet, NY 315-357-3231 clarksmarina.com

Jamie Notarthomas

Friday, July 17th

On The Deck Tues. Fri. 6-10pm 6/30 Gary Moon 7/3 Paul Case 7/7 Phil Henry

Internet Access 315 357-6026 Downtown Inlet

Music

Live

*Compared to similarly sized 2-stroke trolling speed. Always wear a personal flotation device while boating and read your owner's manual. 2009 American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

On the Lakefront, Old Forge, NY

315.369.3002

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Calendar

from page 5

Niccolls Church (Old Forge). 8 p.m.: AA meeting at Long Lake Town Hall.

Thursday, July 2

10 a.m.: Rummage Sale at the Church of the Lakes (Inlet). 11 a.m.: Free Blood Pressure Clinic at the Blue Mountain Lake Fire Hall for Hamilton County residents age 60 and over. Call (518) 648-6497. 12 p.m.: Summer Reading Program: registration and program kick-off at the Old Forge Library. Call (315) 369-6008. 5:45 p.m.: Aerobics at the Park Avenue Building. $3 fee. Call (315) 369-9925 (Old Forge). 6 p.m.: Karate Class with

Joe Tokarz. Call (518) 6242003 (Long Lake). 6 p.m.: St. William's on Long Point concert, with transportation by boat from Raquette Lake Village dock. Call (315) 354-4265. 7 p.m.: Adult Basketball in the Town of Webb UFSD gymnasium. Call (315) 3699925 (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Bingo at St. Anthony's Community Hall. Doors open at 7 p.m., games begin at 7:30 (Inlet). 7:30 p.m.: Presentation of "The Adirondacks: A Postcard History" with author Scherelene Schatz at the Old Forge Library. Call (315) 369-6008. 7:30 p.m.: AA meeting at the Woodgate Library. 7:30 p.m.: AA meeting at

Please see CALENDAR, Page 52

Serving OLD FORGE

and Surrounding

Sweet-Woods Memorial Co.

P O. Box 128 ~ Thendara, NY 13472 .

1-888-259-9434

Areas

Est. 1932

Home Appointments Welcome

Cemetery Memorials and Bronze

Cemetery Lettering

Memorial Cleaning and Restoration

WILDERNESS CRUISE to BEAVER RIVER

Schedule: Leaves Stillwater at 12:30 Returns Stillwater at 4:30 July 4 - September 7 Daily Except Wednesdays Lunch Available: Lakeside Dining at the Norridgewock Lodge Full Bar and Gift Shop

315-376-6200 Daily Luncheon Parking at Stillwater and www.BeaverRiver.com Dinner Specials thompson@BeaverRiver.com

Lakeside cottages and motel rooms...

The Thompson Family - Since 1911

CARPET TIME

Residential / Commercial

Free Estimates Expert Installers

TILE VINYL CARPET LAMINATE HARDWOOD

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(5 miles South of Boonville)

ADIRON-DOCKS!

Available Trailers:

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Contractor

Landscape

Dump

Car Haulers

Equipment

Snowmobile

Motorcycle

Utility

Enclosed We can customize our trailers with any options you may desire! 4' wide sections that attach together easily for wider widths

Aluminum Roll-in docks with cedar decking

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State Route 12 North

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315

369

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315

942

2399

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Great Food

The Perfect Pit Stop while traveling to from the Old Forge area! Lunch - Dinner- Ice Cream Desserts Let the Girls in the Poodle Skirts serve up some food and fun!

50's Style Fun

Levi Lumber Company

-- over 50 years --

formerly Payne Levi Sawmill

Turn at the Remsen flashing light on Rt. 12 Open Daily 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

www.thesoda-fountain.com

9698 Main St., Remsen

315-831-8400

Wakely

Thursdays Pizza Night

518-648-5011

Breakfast Saturday Sunday 9 - 11:30 am By Reservation Lunch In Club House Daily

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - 7AM UNTIL DUSK No Tee Time Needed

Call For Options Prices

110 Cedar River Road - Indian Lake

Golf Course

W L

Lodge

Dinner Friday Night by Reservation

Full line of pressure treated lumber timbers

Styrofoam dock flotation logs

Complete line of kiln-dried spruce framing

Plywood sheeting, siding insulation

Custom built trusses shingles

Dealer for Metal Roofing

Open Monday

Friday 7am

4:30pm; Saturday 7am

2pm

Limekiln Lake Rd.

Inlet, NY 13360

315-357-5911

Special Occasions

Banquets

Luncheons

Business Meetings Family Reunions

Inlet, New York

357-3442

P.O. Box 601, 102 Lakeview Avenue Old Forge, NY 13420 315-369-3123

Fax: 315-369-2733 rivetts@telenet.net www.rivettsmarine.com

Enjoy the Beautiful Fulton Chain of Lakes. ~ Be the captain of the boat of your choice ~

Pontoon Boats

Power Boats

Ski Boats

Fishing Boats

Canoes

Pedal Boats

BOAT RENTALS

OPEN DAILY 8AM-6PM

New Construction Home Camp Renovations Plumbing*Electric*Excavation Snowplowing*Well Pumps*Caretaking

USED PONTOON BOATS

Runabouts Fishing Boats FOR SALE

505 BOWRIDER

WAY BACK INN

Great Food

Friendly Service Fair Prices

Affordable Family Dining

Dozen Steamed Clams All Day/All Night $2.95

Thursday: Ribbin Night $ $ 1/2 Rk. .... 9.95....................Full Rk. 16.95 Friday: Fresh Fish Fryday. . . . . .$11.45

Fresh Boston Haddock

Slow Cooked Seasoned Ribs - Moist Tasty - Always a Treat

Custom Canvas Work

by appointment

505 BOWRIDER:

Length: 16' 7" Beam: 6' 7" Max HP: 125 HP Fuel: 24.3 gal. Max. Persons: 6

"Pride is the Difference"

Saturday: Bruce's Mouthwatering Prime Rib - Always Tender Tasty Queen Cut - ..$11.95

King Cut - . .$18.95 Sunday: Traditional Philly Cheesesteak...............$1.99

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Tamarack Drive, Old Forge-Adirondack Estate in the "Great Camp style" is tucked away in the private woods on a cul de sac just outside of Old Forge. There is 90' of frontage on Twin Pond. This custom built home is only 2 years old and features the finest in materials and boasts meticulous detail work from highly reputable, Adirondack builders. The Great room has cathedral ceilings, peeled red pine log beams, and features a dramatic two story, Native stone fireplace. The kitchen has been designed as a chef's dream with granite countertops, cherry cabinetry, Wolfe and Subzero appliances and opens to a unique, octagonal dining room. The first floor Master Suite includes a sunny sitting room, screened-in porch, cedar closets, and a fantastic bathroom with Adirondack tiles. Hand peeled twig railings in the stairway lead to two spacious guest suites set privately apart by a charming loft area that overlooks the Great Room. On the lower, walkout level, there is a finished recreation room with an impressive stone fireplace, full bar, glass doors, a fitness room, plus a full bath with sauna. In addition, there is an attached 3stall garage with finished bonus room above. Tasteful landscaping completes the scene for this exceptional offering...........................................................................................#2813 $1,950,000 Adjacent, 5+ acre lot with waterfront on Twin Pond available separately for. . . . #2816 $285,000

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Indian Lake-New rustic Log Cabin on a very private 35.5 wooded acres with deeded path to State Land on Lake Abanakee. Used year around with wood or gas heat, there is a large sleeping loft and screened porch, great for summertime and winter season for snowmobilers or skiers, just 30 minutes from Gore Mt...............$199,500 #2756

Old ForgeImmaculate, custom built, year round home with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths and attached 2 car garage, has 30 ft of frontage with dock for swimming and boating overlooking beautiful First Lake. ....$675,000 #2754

Raquette Lake-This camp has 1 or 2 small bedrooms depending on the setup plus an additional bedroom in the separate 1 room guest building which had a deck for barbeques or just relaxing with a view! Priced well below assessed value, so don't miss this opportunity for road accessible waterfront property on Raquette Lake. .............$299,000 #2807

Fourth Lake-This year-round chalet is situated on the north shore hillside of Fourth Lake. Enjoy panoramic views north south off of the front deck or from your living room. There are 2 bedrooms plus a master loft, full bath, modern kitchen, dining living room. Walk down a short set of stairs to the lake for 110' of the best sandy bottom swimming and added convenience of a single slip boathouse, electric boat lift, and lovely dock. .........$455,000 #2802

Raquette Lake-This immaculate 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath home is located on beautiful, Long Point. Just an easy boat ride from the marina or town. Lies in a well- protected cove between Camp Pine Knot and Camp Echo, two of the remaining Great camps on Raquette Lake designed by William West Durant. In excellent condition and meticulously maintained ............$472,000 #2789

Fourth Lake-You can't find 75' of great Fulton Chain lakefront with a 3-season cottage in move-in condition at a lower price than this! Cape Cod style dwelling has LR, Kitchen, Bath, 2 BR down, with barracks-style sleeping in the unfinished 2nd floor. Wood stove, LPG space heater, electric wall heaters provide many ways to take the chill off those spring and fall mornings. Drilled well, pumped septic.....$342,000 #2729

Inlet-Located in a very established association, with deeded lake right. Large, roomy home with 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths and a garage. Excellent location for year round activities, right near Clark's Marina for gas for snowmobiling and access to the lake. Also, right on the Uncas Road and Trail #5. Owner is installing a new septic system.............$184,900 #2781

Fourth Lake-Outstanding 3-slip dock sandy 4th Lake frontage provide fine vacations solid summer rentals. Fully furnished year-round home has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, many upgrades, covered porch w/panoramic lake view. Large, level lawn for picnics games. Direct snowmobile trail access in winter months. Located on the north shore of the largest of the Fulton Chain Lakes. .......................$529,000 #2806

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Located on the West branch of Fish Creek. 2 camps at road's end. Screen porches on both and amenities. A MUST SEE! Excellent fishing, swimming and boating for miles in the pristine waters of the river. Once in a lifetime opportunity, you'll never find a better spot in Camden.

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mile back sits a meticulously cared for 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with enclosed porch, dining/living area, great stone fireplace and kitchen. Knotty pine and Adirondack plank throughout. Backing up this home is an equally well cared for guesthouse with an elegant great room, natural wood wet bar, one bedroom, unique loft, kitchen and attached 3-car garage. Accompanying these two homes is a two story, two stall hip-roof barn. A screen house with large stone fireplace, two utility buildings/woodsheds, and 2 pre-civil war stone constructed and dug into the bank structures. One is a smoke house and one is a stone cellar. Beautiful lawns and meadows abound and there are two spring fed mirror ponds. Brook and brown trout fishing plus the occasional Atlantic salmon. Just 10 miles from the heart of Rome but very secluded and private.

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$449,500 3 BR, 2 bath, 1999, ranch home on 150 x 405 foot wooded lot on Elm Street, Andersen doors and windows, 36" doorways, hardwood floors in the dining room and kitchen, large front deck overlooking river, sliding glass doors to the deck in dining and living room, knotty pine cathedral ceiling and an LP stove in living room, town water, easy access to snowmobile trails. Property includes 2 car (over deep) detached garage with second floor storage, additional storage building, floatable dock and lighted driveway. Listing #1076

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BIG MOOSE LAKE: Just listed: 2 story year around home on 150' of sandy beach. This newly remodeled home features 4 bedrooms bath on the 2nd floor, full bath with Jacuzzi on the 1st floor with laundry room, living room with fireplace, kitchen dining. Also has access to adjacent association tennis courts. $850,000

Hosted By Sam Santino (315) 725-6793 LOOKS ARE DECEIVING! 1800 SQUARE FEET WHITE LAKE, ELMWOOD ROAD adirondack, rustic, year-round home. only 14 years old, over 1800 sq. ft., 5 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath. deeded lake rights and short walk to beach. located on a quiet dead end street, just a 40 minute commute to Utica Rome. $155,000 Directions: Rt. 28N, take a right at the White Lake Inn onto Maple St. 2nd right onto Elmwood.

WHITE LAKE, $144,900 This year round home with lake rights, can be your refreshing retreat at the lake in the summer, or your winter cabin with snowmobile trails right across the way. Totally remodeled, featuring 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, open DR/LR w/stone FP, laminate flooring in BR's. hdwd in LR/DR, great sunroom. 3 outbuildings including woodworking workshop. a five minute walk to lake, only 30 min. drive from Utica, 15 min. from Old Forge. Don't be fooled in it's size by exterior!

FOURTH LAKE, OLD FORGE $1,175,000. If you love3comfort, don't miss this nearly new, fully furnished, bedroom, 2 bath, modified A-frame in the

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heart of the Adirondacks. With absolutely nothing lacking for location, this year round home is situated on over 300' of beautiful lakefront. a classic, seaside cobblestone breakwall lines 85 feet of this fourth lake property . A wonderful, spacious, glass lined living room has a gas fireplace, breathtaking, panoramic view of fourth lake, and is open to fully applianced kitchen. Second floor bedroom loft overlooks living room. the rear deck is a masterpiece on its own; it runs the full length of home, overlooks fourth lake and has three sets of sliders that make it accessible from kitchen, living room and master bedroom. A fourth slider from the full, walk out basement brings you directly to your dock! Master bedroom has master bath. a truly impeccable year round retreat of lakefront luxury. CALL CAROL SCAMPONE/BROKER, FOR DETAILS 1-866-797-7100, 315-797-7100, cell @ 315-794-9096

Holiday Shores/4th Lake: 2 story chalet with 2 bedrooms bath on 2nd floor. Beach, dock tennis courts all included in this association along with panoramic view of 4th Lake. $550,000

Cleared 1 ac. building lot with lake rights to Hollywood Hills. $89,000

From White Lake to Long Lake

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3044 Main Street, P.O. Box 1158 Old Forge, NY 13420

Email: herron3@aol.com Visit us online at www.herron-realty.com

(315) 369-6910

#4756 ADIRONDACK CAPE

This home is located near 1st Lake offers an open floor plan with living/dining area, kitchen, cozy sitting room, 3 bdrms 1.5 baths. Attached 1+ stall garage has second story room. Lake access by association. ...................$299,000.

#4822 4TH LAKE WHAT A VIEW!

It's breathtaking, from the screened porch, open deck anywhere inside the great room or master bedroom of this 2 bedroom, 2 bath cottage on 3.4 acres with 105' of lakefront. Call to see it! ...................$425,000.

#4817 PRISTINE POINT LOCATION

Meticulously maintained vacation home on White Lake. 5+ acres of privacy 200' lakefront. Open floor plan offers living/ dining/kitchen, large lakeside screen porch, 4 bdrms, 2 baths laundry room. Furniture boats included! ..........................$595,000.

#4808 4TH LAKE COTTAGE

Exceptional cottage sits about 40' from the water w/ priceless 4th Lake views. 100' +/- of private frontage. Amenities include large deck, boat dock expansion possibilities. Cute as a button. ......................................... $349,000.

#4804 UPSCALE LAKEFRONT

This gracious home offers panoramic lake mountain views custom design that brings the outdoors in. Great room is warm w/log beams large stone fireplace, family room, loft, 4 bdrms 2.5 baths. 375' of prime sandy frontage on 1st Lake. 3 stall garage. ........................................................$1,590,000.

#4742 BIG MOOSE LAKE

Year round waterfront home, fully furnished. Open kitchen, dining, living, 2 bdrms plus loft. Upper deck offers great lake views. Heated insulated attached garage. 100' sandy beach. Easy access summer winter! ...........................................................$439,900.

#4824 THENDARA COTTAGE

Private setting yet close to village activities. 2 bedroom, living room, kitchen full bath. Very cute .............................................................$89,900.

#4805 OTTER LAKE

Year round lakefront home offering living room w/stone fireplace, modern kitchen w/large stone fireplace, 3 bdrms, enclosed porch 2 car garage w/workshop. On waterfront lot with 115' of frontage boathouse with many updates. ...........................................$469,900.

#4602A WHEN ONLY THE BEST WILL DO

Very unique lakefront. You'll love this 4 bdrm, 2 bath layout with family room, sunny rooms with lots of windows double garage. Fabulous view of 4th Lake. A rare find! ...........................................................$859,000.

#4728 BIG MOOSE LAKE

3+ bedrooms, 2 baths immaculate furnished. Prime waterfront. Sandy gradual bottom. Spacious deck screened in gazebo overlooks a pristine bay. Good boating. Easily winterized. Good access. Detached 2 bay garage. ....................................$545,000.

#4720 HIDEAWAY HERE

In the peace quiet of a wooded setting @ roads end. Adirondack stone fireplace, 3 bdrms, 2 full baths, lake rights to 1st Lake drive-thru snowmobile shed. $279,000. Buy lot across the road for an additional ...............$39,000.

#4826 4TH LAKE LAKEFRONT YEAR ROUND SETTING

Beautiful views for this 52' of sandy gentle sloping frontage. Living room w/woodstove, dining, kitchen, 4 bdrms, 1.75 baths, enclosed front porch, hardwood floors, laundry charming d

cor. Separate well septic from Eagle Bay Park. $525,000.

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Eagles Realty

Three 5 Acre lots with stream and access to Kayuta Lake $33,000 Each

.8 Acre lot on O'Brien Rd., Forestport $16,000

REDUCED

Looking for a well kept, seasonal property with acreage? If so, this cozy `A' frame on 18 acres could be the one you've been searching for. Offering a first floor kitchen-livingdining area with half bath and an open, second floor bedroom, there's space enough to comfortably sleep six. Possible subdivision potential, though, you may prefer to keep it all for yourself. Asking................................$199,000

On the north shore of Fourth Lake is where you will find this simply adorable cottage. From the bright and airy kitchen-dining area to the cozy living room with stone fireplace, this could be just the one you've been looking for. Features include two bedrooms, a TV room (could be another bedroom!), lakeside deck plus screened porch and a spacious dock. With a short walk from parking area to back door, this offering is priced right at .........................................$399,000

2.5 Acres to 5 Acres Access to Kayuta Lake

150 Acres in Forestport Hunting land, power available, good road access. $150,000

Beautiful Little Camp Brown Tract Rd., Remsen Perfect condition, 2 bdrm., 1 bath, large 1 car garage, new septic and well, 5 acres with lake frontage on Kayuta Lake. Furnishings included. $189,000

Call Mike Eagles

315-527-8646

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Privacy would be abundant with the purchase of this `neat as a pin' year around home. Set on 3.8 wooded acres, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath home is nicely appointed with a lovely, corner fireplace in the living room and hardwood floors in the bedrooms. A full basement, raised patio and detached garage add to this property's desirability. Located just north of Inlet............................$179,000

Eagle Bay is the great family oriented setting for this four season ranch with lake rights to Fourth Lake. Very spacious with 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchenliving-dining room plus attached workshop. A nicely fenced in yard is the ideal place for a summertime campfire. With an established rental history, you may be able to afford that second home after all. Asking...............................................................$149,000

50' of beautiful, sandy frontage with dock accompanies this home in Eagle Bay Park. Setoff by both a glassed sunroom and brick fireplace, the living-dining-kitchen is a great gathering place. The 3 bedrooms, 1 1/2 baths, attached garage and deck make for spacious living. Good rental history. Contact our office for more details and new price.

You'll find this delightful camp just outside Inlet, close to the Moose River Plains. There is room for family and friends alike with 2 spacious bedrooms upstairs, 1 bedroom and full bath down. The sunny kitchen-dining-living area is open and inviting while the nicely sized deck and neat, little workshop complete this wonderful offering....................................$125,000

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Formerly the "Twitchell Lake Inn"

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Built by the famous Earl Covey in 1899, its provenance is spectacular demonstrating some of Covey's finest work. A three season camp used as a private home for the last 50 years. One look inside and you can appreciate the special attention to details. This property will reward you with pride everyday you own it! Would make a great retreat, corporate getaway, or family compound.

REAL ESTATE: Approx 165' lake frontage, 13 bedrooms/9 bathrooms, 2 Fireplaces, Great Room, Dining Room, Recreation Room, 1 Rm Unfinished Cabin, 1 Storage Barn, Lg. Ice House/converted to work area, 2 second story balconies, Deeded use of Sawdust Point Beach

A once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Real Estate Co-Managed by: Constableville Auction Hall Mel Manasse Son Auctioneers June DeLair, Lic RE Assoc Broker Lic Real Estate Brokers Constableville NY 13325 Whitney Point NY 13862 315-397-8010 607-692-4327

Contents Managed by: Constableville Auction Hall Duane June DeLair Constableville NY 13325 315-397-8010

PARTIAL LISTING OF CONTENTS ORIGINAL TO CAMP: Earl Covey Furniture, Steinway, Mounts, Old Hickory Furniture, Books, Advertising, Signs, Art, ... and much more!

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Welcome to the Woods at Alder Creek

PHASE II NOW OPEN (Lots 11-23)

Phase I Sold Out

As the gateway to the Tug Hill recreation area, and just 25 minutes to Old Forge, our homeowners enjoy snowmobiling access from their front door to the most extensive trail network in the Northeast. Alder Creek, for the 2nd year in a row, recorded the highest snowfall totals in the area. Enjoy cross country skiing from your door to a vast trail network including the BREIA Trails. Downhill skiing options include McCauley Mtn. SnoRidge both within a 1/2 hr. scenic drive, and when the snow melts, you'll have direct lake access to Kayuta Lake, golf across the road at the Alder Creek Golf Course, as well as a network of scenic biking and walking trails. Come home to privacy on wooded 5+ acre lots that are protected by convenant and deed restrictions ensuring a sound investment in the years to come.

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Custom Homes from $199,900 Financing Available Call Developer: 1-800-577-0599

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All properties offered subject to prior sale.

BLACK RIVER HIDEAWAY Historic cottage, plus an authentic log cabin, right on the River s edge. ..............................$295,000

FORESTPORT CHARMER 12403 Woodhull Rd. Forestport (Just off the RT 28 steel bridge in Forestport) Beautifully restored, 4 BR period home. Easy commute to Utica/Rome. Priced for quick sale at .......................$99,000

BEAR CREEK LODGE Nearly new, 3 BR Yr. Rd. home on acre lot, overlooking the greens of this popular course. .......................$189,000

KAYUTA LAKE WATERFRONT Totally renovated 3 BR cottage. Great vistas and sunsets. Fully furnished and ready to enjoy. ......................$218,900

BEAR CREEK LODGE BEAVER MEADOW ROAD AREA Golfer s haven. Neat 2 BR home on 2 Custom built 2 BR, energy efficient. acre site w/ oversized barn. Unlimited Home on a private, wooded, 5 ACRE golf!....................................... $85,000 site on Crab Apple Dr.............$219,000

BOWER ROAD KAYUTA LAKE O BRIEN ROAD KAYUTA LAKE Modern 4 BR cottage on a double Immaculate 3 BR home on large, treed lot w/ deeded lake rights and dock lot, w/ oversized barn ...........$149,900. area. .................$85,000 furnished.

HINCKLEY LAKE FRONT Neat 2 BR cottage, on picturesque double lot w/ 200 + lake front near Trail s End. Dock................$159,000.

FOUR SEASON RETREAT ON KAYUTA LAKE. Meticulously maintained, 3 BR,, 2 bath home in the popular Buckhorn Association....................... $99,500.

HUTHER S POINT HINCKLEY LAKE Beautifully renovated home w/ 2 new BR, 2 new baths, new kitchen, plus a huge 30 X 36 barn .............$99,000

A RARE FIND AT NORTH LAKE Modern 3 BR cottage in a heavily wooded, secluded, 1.8 acre site with 289 lakefront....................$325,000.

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United Methodist Church (Long Lake).

Friday, July 3

6 a.m.: Nautilus at the Town of Webb Schools. Call for time slot (315) 369-6033. 8:30 a.m.: Yoga with Kathy Queen at the Arts Center/Old Forge. Call (315) 369-6411. 9 a.m.: AA meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge). 10 a.m.: Thrift Shop open at Niccolls Church until 3 p.m. (Old Forge). 10:30 a.m.: Preschool Story Hour at Inlet Public

Library. 12 p.m.: Horse-Drawn Wagon Rides from 120 Forge St., behind the Thendara Train Station. Call (315) 3972002. 2 p.m.: Old Forge Farmer 's Market on Park Ave. 7 p.m.: Raquette Lake VFD meeting at the Fire Hall. 7 p.m.: Thrift Shop open at Niccolls Church until 8 p.m. (Old Forge). 8 p.m.: AA Meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge). * Kiwanis Food Cart Day

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Many varieties of Pancakes, Waffles Omelets, Biscuits w/sausage Gravy, Breakfast Burritos, Grits, Stuffed French Toast, Ruebens, Burger Baskets, Turkey Clubs Wraps.

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Saturday, July 4

9 a.m.: Craft Fair at the North Street Pavilion. Call (315) 369-6411 (Old Forge). 10 a.m.: Thrift Shop open at Niccolls Church until 1 p.m. (Old Forge). 10 a.m.: Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts in Blue Mountain Lake will hold its 42nd annual auction. 1 p.m.: Ping Pong Ball Drop at Fern Park. Call (315) 357-5501 (Inlet). 3 p.m.: Field Games at Arrowhead Park. Call (315) 357-5501 (Inlet). 7 p.m.: Band Concert followed by Fireworks display at dusk, Old Forge Lakefront. 7 p.m.: "Sunsets by the Lake" free summer concert at Arrowhead Park, followed by a Fireworks display at dusk. (Inlet). 8 p.m.: AA meeting at Niccolls Church (Old Forge). 9:30 p.m.: Fireworks display in Raquette Lake Village. *Independence Day

WE BUY GUNS - TRAINS - MILITARY ITEMS

Planning Board public meeting at the Park Avenue Building (Old Forge). 7 p.m.: Inlet Area Business Association meeting at the Inlet Town Hall. 7 p.m.: Adult Basketball in the Town of Webb UFSD gymnasium. Call (315)3699925(Old Forge). 7:30 p.m.: Free performance by Storyteller Bill Smith at the Old Forge Library. Call (315)369-6008.J

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Remembering 19th 20th Century Life on the Fulton Chain by Ken Sprague Ray Carr of Old Forge kept a bundle of issues of Old Forge's first newspaper, The Adirondack Arrow (a weekly), that he found in the attic of a house he bought on Main Street Old Forge 48 years ago. The papers date from the 1930s when the economic climate was not unlike today. He had this idea to share them with readers of the Adirondack Express through this History Heritage column, defined his concept, organized the old issues and pinpointed articles he thought would be of special interest to readers. So in the weeks ahead, thanks to Ray Carr, readers will go back in time and see what was news some 70 years ago on the Fulton Chain of Lakes during The Great Depression.. The Adirondack Arrow's front page stories on December 11, 1930 included: IN FAVOR OF IMPROVING HIGHWAY Supervisor Pullman introduced a resolution at the meeting of the Board last week requesting the state legislature to add to its highways what is known to our readers as the South Shore Road. The Town of Webb has improved the road from Old Forge to the entrance of the Adirondack League Club and the Town of Inlet some little distance from the village, leaving a link to be improved of some ten and one-half miles. For the state to take over this road and add same to its system of highways requires the amending of section 120 of the highway law as now amended. With Senator Patrie and Assemblyman Thistlethwaite in Albany this winter and the advantages to the public by having the road improved, there should be no reason why the law cannot be amended as asked for by the Herkimer County Board of Supervisors. COMMENCES EXCAVATION M. Cohen started excavating for the basement on the old site of the Ferns restaurant and when completed the old St. Bartholomew's rectory will be moved upon same and rebuilt into a mercantile building. THE CHRISTMAS PARTY Twelve days to the Christmas Party that the Shriners are going to stage for the children of the Central Adirondacks. The Shriners want the Strand Theatre packed to its capacity with youngsters. The members of the organization met on last Thursday evening and perfected the arrangements and appointed the following committees to carry out their plans: General Chairman, H. L. Donnelly; Trees, B. F. Sperry; Decorations, B. B. Bullock and G. Ferris Williams; Gifts, Dr. R. N. Lindsay; Eats, John Given; Entertainment, H. L. Donnelly; Publicity, C. A. Thompson, Leon Eldridge, R. J. Dobell; Finance, C. O. Pfaff and G. G. MacFeggan, Jr. These committees are going to work to make this party the very best one that has ever been held. You will not forget the time or place, Tuesday afternoon, December 23rd at three o'clock at the Strand Theatre. Harry Brown has promised talkie pictures that will delight the hearts of every youngster, there will be the Santa Claus with his pack of presents and then the eats. The Shriners are going to be disappointed if a single kiddie misses this entertainment, hence it is up to the parents and friends of the children at Otter Lake, McKeever, Thendara, Old Forge, Eagle Bay, Big Moose, Inlet, Raquette Lake, Blue Mountain Lake, Long Lake, Indian Lake, Carter, Beaver River and Brandreth to see that kiddies are present and have the time of their lives.

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TURKEY SHOOT SUCCESSFUL The Turkey Shoot held under the auspices of the Inlet Vol. Hose Co., Inc. at Fern Park, Inlet, on Sunday, December 7, was a huge success, both in attendance and weather. Some of the best shooting seen in these parts in years was witnessed by a large and colorful crowd on a well laid out target range. There were three targets 40 rods from the shooter with a balloon or plate as the bulls-eye. The shoot started at 1 p.m. and lasted up until dark. People were present from Old Forge, Thendara, Forestport, Raquette Lake, Long Lake, Sabattis, Big Moose, Tupper Lake, Lake Placid, Utica and Inlet. The winning marksmen were: Jas. Maynard, Lake Placid (4 turkeys); I. Blair, Inlet (4 turkeys); C. F. Schmidt, Utica (3), F. A. Puffer, Inlet (3); R. C. Peacock, Old Forge (1); E. J. VanArnan, Inlet (1); Buster Bird, Raquette Lake (1); M. LaClair, Old Forge (1); B. F. Sperry, Eagle Bay (1); H. Ball, Old Forge (1); W. Gebhardt, Old Forge (1); Chas Martin, Big Moose (1); R. Head, Inlet (1); G. Baker, Inlet (1); Eri Delmarsh, Inlet (1). Roy Rogers and Leo Burke were the committee in charge and were assisted by other members of the Inlet Fire Co. LEGION TEAM WINS FIRST TILT If the Legion team keeps up the pace set at this initiatory game there will be nothing to the winning of the Daily Press Suburban Basketball League Championship. Poland, the opposing team in the first tilt, was defeated with a final score of 42-30. Altho (sic) the game was arranged for at the last minute and little publicity could be given there was (sic) some 200 fans who witnessed the game and all were enthusiastic over the showing made by the Legion team, despite the fact that there had been only a limited amount of practice. Chaffee was star scorer of the evening with 16 points to his credit, while the high man for Poland was Autenrith with a total of 10 points and his long shots kept the crowd on the qui-vive and kept the visitors in the running. At the half-way mark the score was 15-13 with B. Deis, Hardy and Hameline in excellent form the locals gradually increased their winnings during the second half of the game. J

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YOUR MENTAL HEALTH

Michael Jackson and me

Of course, there is no "real" Michael Jackson and me, insofar as I had never met him, but in this age of celebrity and in-your-face pop culture, everyone seems to think they have some sort of "relationship" with the iconic figures that come and go. My own best memory of Michael By Jackson takes me back to the ELIZABETH summer of 1984, to an outSZLEK, M.A., NCC door disco (yes, a disco!) in southern Calabria, Italy, where my musical group was doing a show. After we performed, the disco started up, and we got out on the dance floor in front of all the Italians, and started dancing to "Billie Jean" and "Beat It," two of Jackson's greatest hits. As we swirled and twirled, I felt almost the most American I ever have. It was quite entrancing, and I don't think I ever had such a sense of being "home," immersed in American pop culture. That was a lovely memory, which time cannot take away. Mr. Jackson was a truly gifted musician and dancer. I didn't know too much more about his music after that, and I never understood the words to his songs, nor did I need to at that time. The music was all, and it was packaged professionally and done well. It was all one could ask for on a hot summer evening in Italy. However, in the years since that time, many other images have been thrust into our faces concerning Michael Jackson, most of them not musical, and often, they were troubling and unsettling ones. THE MAN-CHILD MICHAEL It is being said continually that Mr. Jackson "didn't have a childhood." This is not true. What he seems to have missed is a happy one. What everyone on TV for the past few days has said is that he was the consummate professional. By this they mean, "When he was working at his music and dancing, he didn't mess around, but got right down to business, had no `attitude' and was a perfectionist, in that he did not accept anything but a polished, excellent product." Why? What drove him to this professionalism? The answer is, I think, twofold: He had a certain genius, or musical and kinesthetic intelligence, that allowed him to excel, and he relished this experience, working hard to get even better. This is true of most gifted people. When they find that they have a knack for something, they take pleasure in pursuing that activity, and when their intelligence is challenged by ever greater accomplishments, they learn to perfect their skill or craft. This is the good side of Michael Jackson, the part that is wholly his. There seems to be a downside to his early professionalism, and that appears to be the unrelenting pressure to succeed applied by his Simon Legree-like father, Joe. I am not aware of all the particulars, but it seems that the elder Mr. Jackson bullied and even abused his son to push him ever forward. This is where the idea that Michael Jackson had no childhood comes from. It seems he was always performing and had little time for "ordinary" activities, such as are enjoyed by "regular" kids. All I can say is, Michael Jackson seemed to delight in his performing, and you really can't fake that. Performing is a heady experience, and one which gives great pleasure. I don't know what Michael Jackson missed out on, and he had a very large set of siblings to share his life with, too. I think something else was the problem. But as we view his life as he matured physically, something seemed dangerously amiss. He really did seem like a man-child, and not a man. JUST MY OPINION Of course, let me say that I have no factual information to back up my opinions, just years of observing behaviors, and training to decipher them. But, having been a child performer myself, though of course not to the degree of Mr. Jackson, I do not think his childhood spent performing is what made him so exceedingly odd in many ways. Why did Michael Jackson seem never to grow up? What fueled his intense desire to be with children? Why did he decide to have his own children in such a strange way? To me, it looks as though Michael suffered some kind of experience which stunted him, retarding his emotional growth as his body matured. We have all heard, by now, of emotional intelligence, which is the maturation of the emotional responses bringing one into emotional adulthood. The ideal is that a person matures both physically and emotionally at the same time. This is what makes middle school and high school so difficult. Kids who are simultaneously maturing physically and emotionally are segregated from society and must do their emotional maturing surrounded by others who are struggling in a similar fashion. As there are few good role models, the kids take on tribal behaviors and cement themselves into their own world, rarely and reluctantly interacting with those who might be able to demonstrate the proper ways to handle their fluctuating emotional lives. But, that's another column altogether. In the case of Michael Jackson, it seems to me that his emotional development was arrested at about the age when he began performing in public, and I do not intend to say that performing was the cause, just that he seemed to stop maturing emotionally at about age five or six. I think he was stuck there for the rest of his life. By accounts of his friends, who have jumped at the chance to tell their tales of close friendship, Michael Jackson was a caring and loving man who would do anything for his friends. This is also consistent with my assessment, as the ability to love is present in all of us from the time we are born. His emotional immaturity would not preclude his being a good friend. But something else was going on. He never seemed to get the hang of mature relationships. He "dated" people, and even married a couple of women, but there never seemed to be any spark there. He also showed no interest in dating men. No, his main interest was in children, and this is understandable, because when one's emotional maturity is arrested, that person actually "feels" that they are the age at which their maturing stopped. I am not saying that Michael Jackson was inappropriate with children. I just believe that when it came to closeness, he felt most comfortable with youngsters, and not adults of his own age. He did not have the emotional maturity to understand the ways mature adults interact. This explains his penchant for childish things, the carnival-like atmosphere in which he wanted to live. It also may explain why he wanted his own children. He may have believed he could legitimately experience childhood through them, sharing in their delights and pleasures. But just think, this was a middle-aged man. How lonely he must have been! How sad that such a genius never was able to mature and grow into emotional adulthood. This is the real tragedy of Michael Jackson, and while we thank him for entertaining us, we should pray that he is finally happy. J

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By PEG MASTERS Town of Webb Historian

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Fifty years ago, J. Perry "Pitt" Smith accepted the dual position as the publicity director for the Town of Webb and secretary for the Central Adirondack Association (CAA). Tales of his remarkable talent for the promotion of the Old Forge region nationwide during his nearly 20-year tenure are legendary. A native son, Pitt was the only surviving child of Edward S. "Ned" and Gertrude Peebles Smith. He was born May 2, 1914 in his parents' home at the edge of Old Forge on the Eagle Bay Road. Ned and Gertrude, like many of our pioneer families, hailed from Lewis County. In his prime, Ned Smith worked along the Moose River at a pulp mill in Lyonsdale, then at a mill in Fulton Chain. At the time of his marriage to Gertrude in 1909, he was employed as a manager of Robert's boatbuilding concern in Old Forge. Later he worked as a guide and caretaker at the League Club. Gertrude's sister Luella, married to Samuel Van Atta, lived nearby on Park Ave. The first vintage photograph of baby Pitt shows him obediently posed in a hand-embroidered dress and high-topped button shoes. This likely established a tradition he continued into his adult life of always dressing impeccably in a business suit and tie for public appearances. Friends say Pitt was a daring, fun-loving youth and a person who was a genius at telling a good story. Clayton Villiere recalled how difficult it was to find work after high school in the 1930s. One winter, the two of them earned $2 a day cutting and storing ice at the League Club when temperatures hovered daily at 30-40 below zero. Pitt later obtained a guide's license and often worked along side his buddies Clayton and Leo Villiere, Bob Goodsell, and Red Perkins as "hounds" driving deer for sportsmen at the Club. In 1939, Pitt married his high-school sweetheart Elizabeth "Nibs" Williams. Nib's roots lay deep in Adirondack soil. Her grandfather, Charles Williams, bought land from Dr. Webb on Big Moose Lake to build Lake View Lodge. Her father, Fred Williams, took over the hotel after Charles' death and also owned the Seventh Lake House Hotel. Following a brief stint working at a defense plant in Syracuse during the war, Pitt and Nibs bought the Seventh Lake House and operated it from 1945-1953. His charming manner and entertaining tales kept guests coming back during a period of time when vacationers began to prefer shorter motorized trips to the Adirondacks.

Pitt always seemed to see life through rosecolored glasses. He once chastised his daughter never to mention black flies in front of their guests. The old hotel needed constant maintenance. Undaunted, Pitt secured a sizable loan for repairs from a League Club banker friend. For collateral he stated he had at least eight valuable boats at the hotel. Only later did the bank executive discover that at least three of them were leaky row boats and two were banged-up canoes. Pitt was a dyed in the wool Democrat and for a time served as a Justice of the Peace in Inlet. One of his life's most delightful moments was shaking the hand of Lyndon Johnson on a campaign swing through Syracuse. Pitt approached his new job in 1954 as a publicist with gusto. He sent out thousands of press releases to newspapers, giving glorious weather reports to radio stations, attending tourism conferences, and organizing special events such as country-western shows at McCauley Mountain. Among the top talents he recruited were Loretta Lynn, a wing-walker for air shows at the new Old Forge airport, and football and sports legends. Scrapbooks of clippings at the Historical Association from this time period are filled with photos of nationally-known celebrities that Pitt magically booked for winter carnivals and golf matches. The names included Sam Snead, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Miss America Lee Merriweather, Paul Horning, Jack Lescoulie, and Frank Blair. Pitt also solicited hundreds of prizes from the owners of sporting goods stores for popular fishing contests, and nearly every child in town went home with a new fish pole. He always had extra tickets printed for special events to hand out to locals who could not afford the price of admission. In the mid-1960s, Pitt helped organize local snowmobile races and he should be credited as the "Father of Snowmobilism" according to one friend. Pitt never met a microphone or camera he did not like, another friend told me. He loved to have himself paged in hotels, sometimes as "Senator Pitt Smith, you are wanted on the phone." He'd wink at his companions and stroll across a room, beaming at the attention. And the attention brought him into contact with the movers and shakers of his day, who all soon learned about the beautiful Old Forge Adirondack region Pitt called home. His short life came to an abrupt halt at age 57 in 1972, just after returning home from a sports show in Cleveland. His wife died of cancer the following February. Every now and then, mail still arrives at the Information Center addressed to the attention of Pitt Smith. Pitt's love for the region and ultimate tribute endures in the hearts of his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, many who continue to call Webb their hometown today. J

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SUGAR SPICE

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Writing this, I'm realizing that I must be a glutton for punishment: Fellow columnist Stan Ernst is gonna give me a hard time, I just know it, for being too "up-town" or "up-home" in my column again--for writBy ing about fancy little appetizLESLIE ers when I should really be WILLARD foraging for berries and edible weeds and grubs out in the woods like a true Adirondack gal. Well, sorry Stan. I've got lots of company coming from all over the country next week (for our daughter 's high school graduation), and I've got hors d'oeuvres on the brain. SOMEBODY has to feed all of these people! And when the wine starts a-flowin', my family just loves having tasty little tidbits to pop into their little mouths. So, this week's column is helping me to plan my menus and shopping trips. I hope you can use some of these at your next cocktail party or Fourth of July get together as well! BACON WRAPPED APRICOT SKEWERS Makes 20 20 dried apricots, soaked in hot water for 20 minutes and drained 10 slices bacon 20 wooden toothpicks, soaked in cold water for 10 minutes (to prevent burning) Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Cut bacon in half, crosswise. Stretch each piece of bacon by running the back of a knife along bacon slice. This will prevent shrinkage during cooking. Wrap one bacon piece around each apricot. Secure with a pre-soaked toothpick. Place each bacon-wrapped apricot on a baking sheet. Bake until bacon is crispy, about 10 minutes. Serve hot or at room temperature. NOTE: you may also use dates in this recipe, instead of apricots, for a sweeter version. TOMATO BASIL CROSTINI Makes 20 5 ripe plum tomatoes, seeded and diced 1/2 medium red onion, finely chopped 1 or 2 garlic cloves, crushed 2 tblsp. olive oil 1 tblsp. balsamic vinegar Salt and pepper, to taste 20 tiny basil leaves Prepared Crostini (see recipe, below) Combine tomato, onion, garlic, olive oil and vinegar. Add salt and pepper to taste. Spoon onto crostini. Garnish with basil leaves. Serve at room temperature CROSTINI Makes 20 20 1/2 inch thick slices day old baguette 4 tblsp. olive oil Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place slices on baking sheet. Brush with olive oil. Bake until crisp and lightly golden, about 10 minutes. Top with Tomato Basil mixture. MOZZARELLA, MELON AND PROSCIUTTO SKEWERS Makes 20 20 small mozzarella cheese balls (these come in an 8 oz. tub, packed in water) 20 1-inch honeydew and/or cantaloupe balls or cubes (I use both types of melon for color, and use a melon-baller for perfectly round pieces) 20 thin slices prosciutto 20 small wooden skewers Thread one mozzarella ball, one melon ball and one prosciutto slice onto each skewer. Chill until ready to serve. Note: if you don't care for melon, or are allergic to it like I am, you can replace with cherry tomatoes in this recipe. Just drizzle with a small amount of olive oil before serving. BROWN SUGAR BAKED BRIE Serves 10-20 1 large wheel Brie cheese 1/2 to 3/4 cup light brown sugar Slivered almonds Cut top skin only off of Brie, horizontally. Discard. Sprinkle generous amount of brown sugar over Brie. Top with slivered almonds. Place on foil lined baking sheet, and bake in a 325 degree oven until sugar starts to melt and Brie is just beginning to melt (watch carefully!). Serve with your favorite sliced baguette, slices of tart green apple, and crackers. Serve just out of the oven. GRAMMA NELSON'S VEGGIE PIZZA BITES Serves at least 20 2 cans refrigerated crescent rolls 2 8-oz. packages cream cheese, softened to room temperature 1 cup mayonnaise 1 tsp. seasoning salt (like Lawry's) 2 tsp. dried dill weed 1 cup finely chopped up assorted vegetables (okay to use a food processor), such as broccoli, cauliflower, green onions, red or green bell peppers, ripe olives, celery or carrots--a great way to clean out your refrigerator! Unroll the crescent rolls onto ungreased cookie sheets. Press the seams together. Bake for 10-12 minutes at 375 degrees. Let cool. Mix cream cheese, mayonnaise, seasoning salt and dill together and spread on cooled crescent rolls. Top with vegetable mixture. Cover and refrigerate for a minimum of 3 hours before serving. Cut into small serving sized pieces. Note: Mom says not to use tomatoes in your vegetable mixture, as they can add too much water. Happy eating. Please send all recipes or comments to P.O. Box 111, Old Forge, NY 13420, or email them to lnwillard@hotmail.com. J

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When I started writing this column in 1995 I was often asked to give my thoughts on By various subMART jects. It was ALLEN very helpful because I soon learned that coming up with subjects on a regular basis was more than half the battle. Shortly thereafter I was asked to share my thoughts on growing old. I subsequently did so, though I did not think of myself as being old at the time. I was in my late sixties and viewed my circumstances as simply being retired from structured employment to one of a less structured nature. It was all a part of my philosophy of believing that no one should ever simply retire. I feel that as long as a body can contribute to society, in a positive manner, they should work at something. I wrote a column at the time never realizing that I knew very little about being old. I am really at a point where I now believe that I do. Since it really behooves one to write about something they know about, I thought it was time to do another column on this topic. One thing that growing old does is sap your physical energy, which gives you more time to reflect on other things while you are resting. As I studied the subject of old age I discovered that there are at least two aspects of same. The first, one begins to realize, is there are two sides of the issue. One is the physical side and the other is the mental. Since the physical is in my case the hardest to reconcile I will share it first in this column. I have been extremely active in my life and to almost abruptly reach a point where it is really taxing to perform simple every day tasks is hard to accept. For instance picking up objects off the floor can become annoying. At first you assume that it is a temporary condition and you can work through it before the problem becomes permanent. When reality finally sets in and you find you have no other recourse, you learn to live with it. Getting dressed in the morning for example presents another problem you have to learn to live with. I can, on a good day, put my pants on one leg at a time balanced on one leg and then the other. Then I have mornings when I lean against a post in the living room or the back of my reclining chair for balance. Socks are best started by sitting on a fairly low stool or chair so that you do not need to bend so far at the waist. When I mentioned it to a friend in hunting camp he told me his uncle Charley had the same problem. He solved it by loosening his belt. I tried it and it helps. I was always doing an excessive amount of activity squatting or on my knees, roofing, cleaning fish, setting traps, gutting deer, etc. I still do to some extent but find it very hard to get back to my feet. I now plan ahead to have some near by object I can use to pull myself to my feet. I still do repairs and build small objects when I need to get low to the surface by sitting on a plastic milk crate, with a cushion on it to ease the pain in my right arthritic hip. I have more than one crate strategically located throughout the house and garage. It takes time to adjust to giving extra thought as to how to proceed with what once were routine physical projects. Getting ready for bed entails a whole lot more than simply brushing my teeth the way I did for ninety-nine percent of my life. There are the half dozen odd pills to take and, depending on the severity of joint pain emanating from at least four locations, whether or not to take a couple of Tylenol. Then there are the periodic spells of stuffy nose that call for applying the nasal strips that relieves nasal congestion and snoring. The final action is deciding whether or not taking something to regulate bowel movement, which is a guessing game dependent on several fluctuating factors since colon cancer surgery. The aftermath, depending on how restful the night's sleep was, is whether the joint pain you wake with on a regular basis is so severe you have to get up regardless of the hour. And forego the extra forty winks that often can be more refreshing than the previous hours put together. The pain is the one thing I notice one has to learn to live with that was seldom a part of my life. It is just something one has to endure. One of the biggest adjustments for me has been learning to have some semblance of patience after years of excessive impatience. Things do not happen as quickly as they used to. It is hard to accept the fact that I cannot do some of the simplest routine things and have to resort to some complicated thought out procedure to do them. I am sorry to admit that, if anything, I have less patience than I did before. One change however is I am quick to point out to my grandchildren it means nothing personal. It's just another flaw in the nature of a crabby old man. I have come to accept the fact that there are a great many things that I once took for granted that I can no longer enjoy simply because I have lost the physical ability to pursue them. Gradually I am coming to terms with my situation and seeing the wisdom in sharing the philosophy of Maurice Chevalier, "It is better than the alternative." This concludes a synopsis on the physical part of what it means to be old, now on to the mental part. In next week's column I will try to explain at least part of what the mental side of being old feels like. J

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Can be sold together Call 315-733-3399

MISC. FOR SALE

SMALL SOLID Maple Dresser - 2 Drawers $85 - perfect for a small bedroom! Call (315)735-9086. SOLID OAK bunk beds. 5 years old, includes mattresses if desired, $450. Call (315)357-5198. SPECIAL! BUY 2 chainsaw chains and get one FREE! Stop in at our NEW Stihl Equipment dealership location, Hud-Son Forest Equipment, 8201 State Route 12, Barneveld. Offer good for .325 pitch and 3/8 pitch chains only. Bring in your old chain. Call 896-SAWS. STEEL ROOFING-Pre-used, predrilled, 26 gauge,forest green, excellent condition.Large quantities, 5ft, 10ft, and 20ft lengths,$1.50 /linear foot.Discount for larger quantities.(315)516-0866. WESTERN SADDLE: Excellent Condition, (315)369-5285. Circle-Y, $600. LAKE RIGHTS, newly renovated, 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Large quiet yard at end of dead-end street. Call (315)369-8834. LAKEFRONT LOG CABIN Hollywood Hills, 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, Mint Condition, Fully Furnished. Large Boathouse, Drive-Thru Heated Garage and 2nd Waterfront Lot. $689,500. Appointment only(315)369-4448 or (845)786-7440. VACATION HOME- 4th Lake, waterfront, affordable, 4- season townhouse, furnished, with dock. $219,000. Pontoon boat w/50HP motor, excellent condition, offered with purchase price for limited time only. www.adkbyowner.com listing # RE0225. (315)733-4144. YEAR-ROUND 3BR/2BA ranch on 1+/- acre. Full finished basement, large garage. Eagle Point Rd., Eagle Bay. $275,000. (315)3693848.

MISC. FOR SALE

18 HP Garden Tractor, more/ snowblower, $650. Utility Trailer, $350. Garden Cart, $100. Call (315)369-3848. 20' HANCOR heavy duty 8" corrugated culvert pipe, $30. Call (315)369-2586. ADIRONDACK-6FT. DINING room table w/6 upholstered chairs. Large, pressure-treated,wooden swing-set. Antler chandelier. Other household items available, call for details. (315)369-6887,or(315)762-3050. CHAIN SAWS, Backpack Blowers, weed-eaters, lawn mowers from Husqvarna, Stihl and Snapper. Chains, Oils, Weed-eater line, sharpening, starter rope. Open daily 9 AM- 5 PM at Capron's, Old Forge, NY. www.Capron-Enterprises.com ELECTRIC STOVE, Condition. $125. Call 3289. Excellent (315)369-

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HOUSES FOR RENT

OLD FORGE- Moose River Trail. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, Year-round cottage. $575/ month, plus security, no pets. (315)507-4696.

INLET 3-4 Bedrooms, 2 baths, 1.7 acres. Owner Financing available.

SEASONAL RENTALS

3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, sleeps 10. Furnished living room, dining room, old-style 1930's kitchen. Homey, with antiques. All appliances, washer/dryer, and bedding included. Main St., Old Forge. $500/weekend, $1200/week. Call (585)738-6169. ADIRONDACK MOUNTAIN Property now booking summer and winter seasonal rentals. We also have spring, summer and fall weekly and weekend rentals. Would you like to make money from your home? Call Joe P. 315-357-5302. CAMPS FOR RENT, 4th Lake, Old Forge. Walking distance to Bald Mountain, boat dock, nice swimming, lawn, fireplace, no pets, $800---$1100.00 per week, full summer rental negotiable, contact Cathy (315)796-7635 or visit www.morningglasscamps.com. 4TH LAKE~ Beautiful 6 Bedroom Lodge. Private Lakefront, Dock. (315)348-8561.

Adirondack Vacation Rental Homes

In-House Caretaking Services also available

Visit our web site www.adirondackvacation.net

In association with

Julie Liddle's

GARAGE SALES

GARAGE SALE JULY 10th+11th (9am-4pm), 12TH (1pm-4pm). Antiques, wind-up Victor Victrola, chairs, vanity, etc. Computer desk, manicure table+chair, flat-bottom Sawyer canoe, electrical wire, more. 177 Morrow Point Road. GARAGE SALE----JULY 4th, 9am5pm. 119 Elm St.,Thendara. Look for signs. RUMMAGE SALE- Church of the Lakes, Inlet, Thursdays 10am-2pm. Clean, working items accepted. (315)369-2115. SATURDAY JULY 4th, 10am-4pm. #27 7th Lake Rd., Inlet. 1994 Polaris SL750 Waverunner, $1250. Dock Floats, $75. Framed mirror 41"X47", $60. Electric stove 21" $50. Coffee Table, knotty pine 40"X50", $100. Misc. items also. YARD SALE- July 3rd, 8am-4pm, 567-571 Okara Rd. East. 8ft. fiberglass dingy, $250. 8 new 32.5"X58" double-hung aluminum commercial windows with screens and tinted glass, $200 each (cost $800 each new). Bikes, snowblower, furniture, 110V hot-water heater, BBQ grill, toys, 34"X83" Stanley door, high-hats, baby stroller, range hood, antique bottles and much more. (315)369-6739.

(315) 942-5801

BUSINESS PROPERTY BUSINESS PROPERTY

$147,000

FIREWOOD- Split Hardwood For Sale. Serving Woodgate to Long Lake. Free delivery in Old Forge area. Call Kyle or Doug. (315)3693578. FORCED HOT AIR downdraft 80,000 Btu LP Gas Furnace. Brand New, $500. (315)369-5285. FREE GE Electric Kitchen Range -White (40X26). Four burners, oven with timer. Old but excellent condition. (315)369-3130 or (518)587-8288. FRIDAY, JULY 3rd, 9am-1pm. Wooden replacement door, secretaries desk, rocker, adirondack decor, laminate flooring, more. 141 Lakeview Ave., Eagle Bay. HANDMADE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER - Tall, dark solid pine, 2-3 upper shelves, room for TV, and components, $325. Call (315)7359086. LONGBOARD SKATEBOARDSurfOne Longboard Skateboard. 36 inches long. $100. (315)269-6516. MAHOGANY STEREO CABINET: 42" long, 18" deep, 32" high. Very nice condition, receiver may need some repairs. $15 OBO (315)3696291. PAPERBACKS COLLECTION: Adventure/ Sci-Fi, while they last. Good all-season reads. Kashiwa's Garage sale. Thendara. Sat's 2-4. PRE- CHARGED WATER Tank. Made by A.O. Smith, model V-60. $75. (315)369-3330. SEASONED FIREWOOD For Sale. $75 per face cord. Call (315)3466375. SEASONED FIREWOODhardwood, $75/ face cord. Delivered Old Forge to Long Lake, no minimum (315)348-6543 or (518)352-7202. SEASONED FIREWOOD-Delivered. $100 per truckload (2 cords). Call (315)369-2150 or email lupus1@frontiernet.net

(315) 369-6321

Excellent Condition! Limekiln Rd.

Inlet, NY

2,500 Sq. Feet

Concrete Floor

Electric

Insulated

12' Ceiling

Warehouse for Sale or Lease

Weekly Rentals

Pet Friendly

All Price Ranges

Courteous, Professional Service

Nancy Wells, Lic. R.E. Broker 136 Onondaga Rd., Old Forge, NY 13420

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VACATION RENTALS

ADIRONDACK

PET SUPPLIES

COME MEET your new friend! White male German Shepard,4 months old, very friendly, all shots, ready now. $450/obo. (315)7256921 or(315)527-1178. TOY CHIHUAHUA/CAIRN TERRIER PUPS. Parents are 3 and 7 lbs. Black, 2 males, 2 females, wormed, no shots. $200. (315)8267759.

Call (315) 369-2300

SEASONAL REAL ESTATE SEASONAL REAL ESTATE George W. (Bud) Hippisley

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

HOUSES FOR SALE

ADIRONDACK "BY OWNER" www.adkbyowner.com: Visit our website to see 1000+ photo listings of real estate for sale, vacation rentals timeshares throughout the Adirondack region. Property owners: List with us commission free or only $275 per year. Visit on line or call 518-891-9919 for details.

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Cell: 315.796.9222

315-369-3694

Need help finding your ideal Adirondack vacation property? Call me!

2972 Route 28, Old Forge, NY 13420 Office: 315.369.3951

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MFG HOMES FOR SALE

AMERICAN HOMES 1,800 sq. ft. ranch, under $46.00 sq. ft. www.americanhomes.info AMERICAN HOMES 2-story, bedroom $99,995 www.americanhomes.info 4

MFG HOMES FOR SALE

AMERICAN HOMES Modular 3 bedroom $49,995 www.americanhomes.info AMERICAN HOMES Save over $10,000 on select models www.americanhomes.info AMERICAN HOMES Single Wides $29,995 www.americanhomes.info

ACREAGE

ACREAGE

ACREAGE

BOATS, MOTORS

1964 EVINRUDE 5.5 hp and 1958 Evinrude 7.5 hp outboard motors. $350 ea., with gas tanks, 357-6030. 1980 SUNFISH SAILBOAT. Good Condition, asking $600. Call (315)831-5840 1991 HARRIS Flote-Bote. 24 ft. Classic. 70 HP engine, excellent condition, full curtains, with trailer. $5490. (315)369-2386. 1994 - 4HP Suzuki outboard motor witH manual and tools. Needs a tune- up. $100/ OBO. (518)6242699. 2004 NITRO 700LX Fiberglass Bass Boat. 17.8 ft., 90HP 2005 Mercury motor, and matching trailer. Like new, loaded, $9,500.Call Len(973)222-9200. 2005 HARRIS Pontoon Boat- 240 Cruiser. 130 Hrs., 24ft., 50 HP Honda 4-stroke, with trailer and cover, $15,000. (315)369-3574. BOAT CLEARANCE- Pontoon, outboard hulls, I/O's, sloops. Drastic reductions. New sailboats discounted $500. Palmer Point (315)357-5594. BOAT MOTOR- 1993 Johnson 48 Special (50 HP) outboard motor. Very good condition. $1500. Call Bill at (315)357-6595. BOSTON WHALER-13FT., 40HP Yamaha engine,runs great. Ideal for skiing,must sacrifice. Also selling 30+ waterskis, 6HP Evinrude motor. Viking Village. (315)357-3150. SUNFISH, LASER DEALER. Also Pico, Flying Scot, pedalboats. $500 discount on new boats. Palmer Point (315)357-55594. WAVE RUNNER- 1994 Polaris 650. 2 seat with shore station lift. Very low hours. $650 for package. (315)369-6354.

LaFargeville Area

120 acres, road frontage $60,000 Other Lots Available in Star Lake Area

www.adirondackexpress.com

315-782-2270

14 Acres with 2 streams, road front and utilities - $27,900 Close to Snowmobile Trails - $11,900 62 Acres with 900' river frontage with utilities - $69,900 With over 200' of frontage on Moose River. Priced to sell - $199,900

L A N D S A L E

5+ ACRES, NORTH STREET in Old Forge, $99,000. Mike Mitchell, 315-369-5058, Owner Financing. LAND FOR SALE: Thendara. Cleared, perked, surveyed, Town water, under-ground electric. Ready to build. $65,000. (315)369-3716.

CARS FOR SALE

1997 BUICK Skylark, V6, CD Player, power windows/locks, tan color, runs well. 126K Miles. In Daiker's driveway. $1500/ OBO. (315)368-7672.

REAL ESTATE

Tug Hill Region 10 Acres Road Frontage Oneida Lake

TRUCKS FOR SALE

1990 CHEVY 3/4 ton (Gladiator) Conversion Van. Hi-top, TV/VCR, power bed, only 95K miles, needs some work. $600/ OBO. (315)3488561. 2000 CHEVY 1500 SS Pickup, 2WD, Black, 19K Miles, really sharp. Call evenings (315)3486044.

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

2006 KTM 50 Mini ADV Dirt Bike. Like New! Bought as leftover in 2007. $1,775. Please call Len @ (973)222-9200. DIRT BIKE: 2000 Honda XR 50R Excellent Condition, good tires, $750.00 or bo. Call (315) 339-2613.

Moose River Vacation Home

Call for more details and private showing Greg Schrider Licensed Real Estate Salesperson 315-525-1684 with NY Land Quest

BOATS, MOTORS

14 FOOT fishing boat with Mercury outboard. Excellent condition. A must see boat and motor. $1450. Call (315)392-2244. 16' BAYLINER (1988) with Force outboard motor, in good condition. Complete, with cover and trailer. $900/ OBO. (315)369-3616.

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AMERICAN HOMES 3 bedroom double wide. $34,995. www.americanhomes.info AMERICAN HOMES Affordable Modulars at $45.00 sq. ft. www.americanhomes.info

CARS FOR SALE

V6, Auto, AC, Pwr. Windows Locks, CD Player, Pwr. Seat, All Opts. Only 14,000 Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., This Car Looks Great, Super Gas Mileage, Super Buy At ry

CARS FOR SALE

3/4 Ton, 4x4, All Opts., Including Snow VPlow, Auto, AC, New Tires, Trailor Pkg., Cap, 40,000 Miles, One Owner, This Truck Is Ready To Go, Steall At

CARS FOR SALE

Crew Cab, 4x4, Every Avail. Opt., Chrome Wheels, Z71 Off Road Pkg., Bedliner, 14,000 Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., Steal At

CARS FOR SALE

CARS FOR SALE

2009 CHEVY IMPALA

2006 CHEVY SILVERADO

2009 GMC CANYON

Check out the Adirondack Express Classifieds ON-LINE at

www.adirondackexpress.com

$15,995

$19,995

$20,995

Auto, AC, Pwr. Windows Locks, LT Pkg., CD Player, Alum. Wheels, Only 9,000 Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., MSRP New $18,700, Best Buy Of ty The Week e

Ext. Cab, Auto, AC, Only 50,000 Miles, One Owner, Many Extras, Spray-in Bedliner, This Truck Looks Runs Like New, Great Gas Mileage, Super Price r

2009 CHEVY AVEO

$10,995

Quad Cab, 4x4, SLT Pkg., All Opts., 40,000 Easy Miles, Pwr. Windows Locks, CC, Chrome Wheels, New Tires, Toneau Cover, Super Super Sharp, Two Tone e Paint, Like New

2002 DODGE DAKOTA

$9,995

Auto, CD Player, AC, All Opts., 45,000 Miles, One Owner, This Car Looks Runs Like New, Great Gas Mileage, Steal At l

2005 CHEVY COBALT

Ellis Cady

Ellis's Special

2004 FORD RANGER

Club Cab

Short Box 4x4, FX4 pkg., loaded, 4 litre V6, red, 60k

Adirondack Connection

$6,995

2002 CHEVY S-10

$6,995

Every Avail. Opt., Heated Leather Int., Chrome Wheels, ONSTAR, Sat.Radio, 11,000 Easy Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., This Car Is Super Sharp, Must See, MSRP w New $36,000 Now w AWD, All Opts., V6, Auto, AC, Pwr. WIndows Locks, CC, 30,000 Miles, One Owner, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr. This AWD Will Go Anywhere, Great Gas t Mileage, Great Price V6, Auto, Pwr. Locks Windows, CC, Pwr. Seat, Remote Starter, Alloy Wheels, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., Best Price t Of The Week f e

2009 BUICK LUCERNE CXL

$22,995 $22,995

That's Right, 2009, All Opts., Special Factory Wheels, Removable Top, 430 HP V8, Only 100 Miles, ONSTAR, Sat. Radio, Leather Int., 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., Super Super Price r r

2009 CHEVY CORVETTE

Drive in Style!

$42,995

SLT, 4x4, Every Avail. Opt., Leather Int., 3rd Row Seating, New Tires, Running Boards, 40,000 Very Easy Miles, Showroom Cond., What A Buy At t y

2003 DODGE DURANGO

2008 PONTIAC TORRENT

SOLUTION

$8,995

$16,995

New Style LT, 14,000 Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., This LS Has It All, CD Player, CC, Pwr. Windows Locks, Super Super Gas Mileage, Must See, Super Sharp r

Auto, Pwr. Windows Locks, CD Player, Great Gas Mileage, Rear Spoiler, Aluminum Wheels, Only 11,000 Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., MSRP New $19,000, Steall At

2009 CHEVY MALIBU

$ $

$16,995

95 19995 /mo.

5829 Rome Taberg Rd. Rome, NY

All Opts., V6, Auto, AC, Pwr. Windows Locks, CC, CD Player, This Car Looks Like New, One Owner, Showroom Cond., Great Gas Mileage, Steall At

2003 BUICK LESABRE

2008 CHEVY IMPALA LT

2009 CHEVY COBALT LT

$6,995

$11,995

$11,995

2007 CHEVY TAHOE LT

4x4, All Opts, Leather Int., 3rd Row Seating, ONSTAR, Sat. Radio, Chrome Wheels, Run. Boards, 30,000 MIles, One Owner, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., This Tahoe Is Super t Sharp, Must See

$27,995

2500 HD, Ext Cab, All Opts., V8, Auto, AC, CD Player, New Tires, 60,000 Easy Miles, Must See, Super Super Clean, Super Buy At r y

2005 CHEVY SILVERADO

$12,995

Cargo Van, V8, Auto, AC, Only 11,000 Miles, 5 Yr. 100,000 Mile Warr., This Is A Great Buy For A Cargo Van, MSRP New $28,000, Steall At

2009 CHEVY EXPRESS

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315-339-0650

$17,995

2009 CHEVY SILVERADO Ext. Cab, 4x4

MSRP

BUY FOR

PONTIAC-BUICK, INC.

Rt. 12, Boonville

315-942-2911

Facility Number 4330144

LEE

GM Rebates Discounts $5,500 or 0% Financing

Good till 6/30/09

$30,280

$2,000 Lease Turn In $22,780

$24,780

See Dick, Rick, Randy Or Mike

www.lpbg.com

Stk # Year Make Model 11982U 09 GMC Envoy Loaded SLE 11918U 08 Chevolet Uplander ILS 7 passenger...................................................31,500......$13,900 11963V 05 GMC Sierra Ext Cab SLE Loaded 42,500......$17,500 11960U 06 Pontiac G6 GT V6, Traction Cntrl. 30,000......$16,900 11738A 06 Buick Lucerne CXL Lux pk. Leather 43,000......$15,800 11848B 02 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 6cyl, PS 68,500........$7,500 11941U 06 Chevrolet Malibu OLT 4cyl 11947A 08 Toyota Yaris Standard Trans 43,500......$10,900 5,800......$11,900 Miles Price 9,000......$23,500

SUDOKU SOLUTION

GM Rebates Discount $3,000 or 0% Financing

MSRP

2009 CHEVY COBALT

$16,680

BUY FOR

Wilber Duck

$13,680

Good till 6/30/09

"It's a great day at Wilber-Duck Che v r o l e t Buick" s t yt k

Farrier Ave.

Broad Street

Main Street (Rt. 46)

Post Office

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Always 150 Used Cars Available

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Center Cut Bone-In $ Pork Chops 1/4 Cut Combination End $ Center Pork Chops

Bone-in Country Style Pork Spare Ribs

Bone-In Rib Eye Steaks

Bottom Round London Broil or Steaks

Bottom Round Roast

Combo Pack Chickens

YOU GET 3 Halves Boneless Breast 4 Thighs 4 Drumsticks

1 per lb. 59 1 per lb. $ 89 1 per lb. $ 99 6 per lb. $ 29 2 per lb. $ 29 2per lb.

99 $ 59

M M

MID STATE

BIG BIG

N'S DA

Russer Virginia $ 99 per lb. Baked Ham

per lb.

4 Slicing $ 99 4 Pepperoni Lorraine Low-Salt $ 99 6 Swiss Cheese

$ 99

per lb.

1 per lb. Plum Rose Sliced Bacon $ 99 20 oz. pkg. 4 per pkg. Sugardale Hot Dogs $ 69 1 per pkg. 1 lb. pkg. Bob Evans Entrees 18-20 oz. $ 99 Beef, Pork, Turkey or Beef Stew 4 ea.

Lays Chips

10.5 oz.

HAPPY 4TH OF JULY

BOGO FREE

Whole Seedless Watermelons Tomatoes on the Vine Large California Peaches Large California Nectarines Large California Black Plums US#1 Russet Potatoes 5 lb. Bag

3 ea. $ 99 1 lb. $ 89 1 lb. $ 89 1 lb. $ 89 1 lb. $ 99 2 bag

$ 99

Better Crocker Suddenly Salad

7.75 oz.

BOGO FREE

Kraft BBQ Sauce

$ 19

18 oz. 7"

1

Hefty Plates

$ 99

1

Hefty Bowls

20 oz.

1

Food Club Graham Crackers

16 oz.

A-1 Steak Sauce

$

10 oz

Kraft Grated Parm

8 oz.

$ 89

1

329

19

$

349

99

Capri Sun

10 pk.

Ronzoni Pasta

16 oz.

$

279

(Only Thin, Reg., Elbows And Ziti) $ 39

1

Marshmallows Reg.

2/$

16 oz.

3

Dart Plastic Cups

7 oz. or 9 oz.

Matchlight Briquetts

13.5 oz.

$

2

$

9

Luvs Diapers

34 60 ct.

Bush's Baked Beans

2/$

28 oz.

$ 99

7

4

Heinz Ketchup

40 oz.

2/$

5 7

Campbell's Pork Bean

11 oz.

French's Squeezable

Mustard

2/$

2/$

1

Hawaiian Punch

128 oz.

Food Club Butter

16 oz.

20 oz.

4

$

299 3

$ 99

Food Club

1

Kraft Individually Wrapped Slices

12 oz.

Tree Ripe Orange Juice

59 oz.

Friendship Sour Cream

$ 29

16 oz. 8 oz.

2/$

2/$

5

1

Cool Whip

2/$

Steamin' Veggies

12 oz.

2/$

3

We accept WIC Food Stamps

ATM - All major credit cards accepted

St. Rt. 28

Eagle Bay, NY 13331

NEW HOURS: DAILY 8am - 10pm

SALES Begin Tuesday, June 30, 2009 and are good thru Sunday, July 5, 2009

Valid on Items While They Last. No Rainchecks. Not Responsible for Typographical Errors.

(315) 357-4311

Located at Rt. 28 Eagle Bay, NY Attached to Dan's Big M JS Liquor Offers 3 Bottle Discounts Everyday! Also Offers Discounts on Full Cases. In Store Specials offered throughout the week.

Mon. - Thurs. 9am-7pm

Fri. Sat. 8am-8pm

Sunday Noon-6pm On premises Liquor Store Open all store hours

JS Liquor Store

Local Produce when available