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Lehigh Valley Trader February 15-February 28, 2018 issue

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LEHIGH VALLEY TRADER - FEBRUARY 15-FEBRUARY 28, 2018- PAGE 2 Lehigh Valley Trader P.O. Box 244 Schnecksville, PA 18078 Main Office: 484-262-0686 The Lehigh Valley Trader does not assume responsibility for inaccurate information in any advertisement or article provided to us. The opinions expressed in the articles do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the publisher. We reserve the right to reject any article or advertisement submitted for publication at any time. In the event of a typographical or printing error in an ad, we do not assume responsibility beyond the cost of the ad itself. All guns must be transferred according to legal guidelines and transferring is the responsibility of the seller and buyer. AS SEEN ON TV: Brand new Pasta Express in original box. Never opened. Price on box is $19.99. Would make a nice gift! Only $5. Call 215-679-2118. 3-14-18 _____________________________ Sales & Service HALL RENTALS AVAILABLE: Diamond Fire Company, 110 Main Street, Walnutport, PA has hall rentals available Friday, Saturday & Sunday. For more information call 610-767-8476. _____________________________ “Clean, Quality Cars” BUY • SELL • TRADE COMPLETE REPAIRS WE FINANCE **Everyone’s Approved** 6931 PA Route 873 Slatington, PA 18080 610-767-1090 Facebook/kyleskars 484-262-0686. FOR SALE: ~ 1973 J.D. 110 riding tractor, very nice, 36” deck, $750. ~ New 36” door with jam, $40. ~ Freezer, 10 C.F., works good, $25. ~ Electric grill, never used, $75. ~ Load locks for box trucks, $15-$35 each. Call only, no texting. 610-714-1246. 2-28-18 _____________________________ 75 GALLON FISH TANK: With wood stand, storage, filters, pumps, plus extra items. $150. Call 610-760-0381. 2-28-18 _____________________________ FOR SALE: ~ Iron Fisher wood burning stove with fire brick liner, good condition, $350 OBO. ~ Mens 3/4 length khaki overcoat with zip out liner plus a hat, size 40X, new, never worn, $75. ~ Fur coat, $50. ~ Antique ironing board, $10. ~ Electric blanket for full size bed, $25, good condition. ~ Folding tables with steel legs, older type, heavy duty, $25 each. ~ Glass punch bowl set, $15.. ~ Student chair, good condition, $25. ~ 5 brick layers steel mortar pans, $15 each OBO. Call 610-928-0548. 3-14-18 _____________________________ VHS TAPES: ~ “Mission Impossible” with Tom Cruise, 50 cents ~ “A Night Out With The Backstreet Boys”, 70 minutes, 50 cents ~ “Reach” by Kathy Ireland, Stress Reduction and Body Strengthening, 50 cents ~ Two tape set: “Angels Messengers of the Gods”, interesting phenomenon! Very colorful box with picture of angels. Each tape approx. 45 minutes, $1. All tapes in good condition. Only $2 for all. Call 215-679-2118. 4-18-18 _____________________________ PORTABLE DOG BOX: Well made with 3/8” plywood. The size is 2’ x 2’ x 4’, $35. 610-799-2604. 2-28-18 _____________________________ We rent Rug Doctor carpet cleaners SMALL FARMETTE: One acre, Lower Macungie Township. 4 bedroom, 2 full bath, 1850’s, low taxes, 3 large outbuildings on property. Also subdividable up to 3 lots (check with zoning). Asking $294.900. Call 610-395-9155. 5-1-18 _____________________________ FOR SALE: ~ Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown, $110 OBO. ~ Derek Jeter 1995- 2014. Call 610-838-2760. 3-1-18 _____________________________ CHAMPIONSHIP RINGS AT REDUCED RATE: Phillies, 2 Paterno Penn State, Boston Red Sox, Rocky Marciano, Muhammad Ali, Winston, Joe Namath. Call 610-767-4493 for price. 3-14-18 _____________________________ FOR SALE: ~ Porter cable 24” Omnijig Joinery System, $300. ~ Craftsman 10” electronic radial arm saw, $125. Call 610-797-9075. 4-18-18 _____________________________ Pastor’s Comments In large print at: Northampton Assembly of God 3449 Cherryville Rd., Northampton • Sun. 10:45 am & 6 pm; Wed. 7:30 pm Daniel E. Lundmark, Pastor • 610-262-5645 • Broken Hearts Max I. Reich saw a sign in the window of a repair shop which read: “We mend everything except broken hearts.” When Mr. Reich entered the repair shop, a young Jewess came forward to serve him and he said: “I saw your sign, and want to ask what you do with people who have broken hearts.” “Oh!” she said: “We send them to the hospital.” “You are a Jewess, are you not?” responded Mr. Reich, “Did you ever read Isaiah 57:15? ‘For thus saith the high and lofty One that inhabiteth eternity, whose name is Holy; I dwell in the high and holy place, with him also that is of a contrite and humble spirit, to revive the spirit of the humble, and to revive the heart of the contrite ones.’ And,” continued Mr. Reich, “there was also He who read Isaiah 61:1, in his hometown synagogue at Nazareth. The verse contains the words ‘He hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted.’ And,” said Mr. Reich, “the Messiah added, ‘This day is this scripture fulfilled.’” Yes, Jesus Christ is the healer of broken hearts! Perhaps you have experienced the pain and hurt of a broken heart and it seems the future holds nothing for you. Maybe you have even considered suicide during some dark and hopeless moment. I have good news for you—the Lord is actually closer to you because of your broken heart! The Bible says, “The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit” (Psalm 34:18). It also says, “He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds” (Psalm 147:3). We are assured that “a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise” (Psalm 51:17). I urge you to let Jesus heal your broken heart! In Matthew 11:28 He promises, “Come unto me, all ye that…are heavy laden, and I will give you rest!” Just go to Him in sincere prayer, humbly ask Him to forgive your sins, and He will mend your broken heart! NEXT ISSUE THURSDAY, MAR. 1. DEADLINE FOR NEXT ISSUE: FRIDAY, FEB. 23, 5 P.M.

LEHIGH VALLEY TRADER - FEBRUARY 15-FEBRUARY 28, 2018 - PAGE 3 What holiday is sacred to all potatoes? Mash Wednesday. 1999-2018 FOR SALE: ~ “The Simpsons” 13 figures, in original boxes, $6 each OBO. ~ Porcelain collectors dolls, all in boxes, $10 each. ~ Blue glass dishware, $45 OBO. Call 484-838-2760. 4-4-18 _____________________________ Let’s play horse. I’ll be the front end and you be yourself. And now for the human dynamo who gets shortcircuited along the way. An easy way to get rich quick. Buy fifty female pigs and fifty male deer and put them together. Then you will have one hundred sows and bucks. You could get a job working for Maytag as an agitator. Want to enjoy more Syman Says? Go to Facebook and look for Syman Says, Thought For The Day Monday through Friday. FOR SALE: ~ Saints medals from the Bible, $3 each. ~ Beautiful bright red necklace, $30. ~ Championship rings, mostly baseball & football teams, exact replicas of real ones. ~ 2 video cameras for automobiles or commercial vehicles, brand new, view everything in front of you as you drive, helpful in accidents, $20 each. ~ Speed radar detector, $40. ~ 12 gauge single shot excellent shape shotgun, $100. ~ Hitler pieces, $75 for all. Call 610-767-4493. 3-14-18 _____________________________ NEW MATTRESS, BOX SPRING & BED FRAME: Full extra long Beautyrest Signature Series mattress, box spring & bed frame, new, $200. Call 484-747-3983. 2-28-18 _____________________________ FOR SALE: ~ Dining room table ~ Bathroom chair ~ Childs rocking chair ~ Lenox vase Lily of the Valley ~ From Pocahontas Roscoe the Racoon, great gift for age 7 & up, valued at $100, selling for $75. ~ Electric dolphin light Call 610-435-2375. 3-14-18 _____________________________ FOR SALE: ~ White refrigerator, $100. ~ Dresser, $30. ~ Older dresser, $20. ~ Sewing machines, $100. Call 610-791-3632. 4-4-18 _____________________________ EDEN PURE HEATER: Gen 4 model. Heats 1,000 sq. ft., seldom used. Asking $200 or best offer. Call 610-264-4420. 3-14-18 _____________________________ SOFA, LOVESEAT, OTTOMAN: Tan color. Recliner, burgundy color. For sale $175, good shape. Call 610-282-4244. 3-14-18 _____________________________ 2014 JOHN DEERE GARDEN TRACTOR: Model D170, automatic, 26 H.P., 54 inch cut, 167 hours. Bought new, paid $3,000, asking $2,200 OBO. Call 610-395-9155. 2-28-18 _____________________________ SMALL BUSINESS MENTORING AT NO CHARGE: SCORE of the Lehigh Valley is a chapter of SCORE which has over 340 chapters nationally. We offer mentoring for your start-up or small business at no charge. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with one of our certified mentors. or 610-266-3000. _____________________________ FOR SALE: ~ Rowing machine, $25. ~ 24” girls bike, $10. ~ Two tool boxes, $5 each. ~ Childs desk, wooden school desk (3rd or 4th grade size), $35. Call 484-553-4412. 4-4-18 _____________________________ CRAFTSMAN SNOWBLOWER: 21”, 4 H.P., electric start, $75. Excellent condition. Call 610-709-0685. 2-28-18 _____________________________ FLY FISHING OUTFIT: New! Never used. Renegade fly rod IM-6, 8 ft. line wt. #5-6. Pflueger fly reel #1856 supreme with original box and paperwork. New line & backing with Cabelas fly rod hard case, $175. Call Jim at 610-481-0181. Adv ____________________________ Old Ammo — Knives — Swords FOR SALE: ~ Stone hearth, 2 1/2 x 12 x 68, $45, never used. ~ Flue liners, two 8 x 8 x 24 $6 each, four 13 x 13 x 24, $11 each, all like new, hardly used. ~ Nine 4” round x 12” concrete pipes, $1 ea. Call 610-799-2604. 2-28-18 ______________________ Clutter Control By Janis Roth Kester, Certified Life Coach Are you tired of the mess? Getting irritated when you can’t find things? Do you want to make a change? If you said yes to these questions, you are not alone. Janis Roth Kester Certified Life Coach 610-597-7393 / Facebook: Happy and Content — Life Coaching When you get your clutter under control and become more organized, it will help your health—mental and physical. Cluttered spaces will drain your energy. Too much clutter can be a fire hazard. Cluttered homes collect dust, mold and possibly animal dander which are unhealthy for anyone, especially if you suffer from allergies or asthma. When my ‘cluttered’ clients call me for help, many of them tell me that they feel ‘overwhelmed’ or ‘suffocated’ every time they look at their clutter. This is no way to live. Many of my clients feel the need to clean an entire room, or a whole house at one time! My basic key is to start small. (*unless it’s necessary for a major decluttering in a short amount of time due to an upcoming event/party, putting your house on the market, a family member moving home, etc…) I recommend working on one room or even one closet or drawer at a time. It can be difficult deciding what goes and what stays. I have found this technique extremely helpful. Label 4 boxes or bags—KEEP; DONATE/SELL; TOSS; NOT SURE Anything you still wear or use—KEEP Something you have not used or worn in a year and it is still in good shape—DONATE/SELL Anything torn, stained, broken—TOSS Remaining items—NOT SURE Keep the NOT SURE for 6 months. If you have not used or needed an item, donate or sell. After you learn how to get rid of clutter, your next step is to organize. An important part of clutter control is having a place for everything and everything in its place. This is brief information concerning clutter control and organizing. As we all know, having too much clutter has an impact on many parts of our lives. Overflowing magazine racks, no space on kitchen tables, drawers with way too much shoved in them, items setting on stairways, stacks of unopened and opened mail, and the list goes on. This makes it difficult to find things, develops safety issues, and causes stress. Everyone who deals with clutter understands that something needs to be done! Sometimes all you need is a little help and motivation to get started. Please feel free to contact me; I’d love to get you started to living a clutter-free life!

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