Valley Breeze

The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 04-17-2019

The Valley Breeze Newspapers serving the Northern Rhode Island towns of Cumberland, Lincoln, Woonsocket, Smithfield, North Smithfield, Pawtucket, North Providence, Scituate, Foster, and Glocester

Issue link: http://valleybreeze.uberflip.com/i/1105504

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 24 of 27

PAWTUCKET EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | APRIL 17-23, 2019 CLASSIFIEDS 25 ARE YOU plannig a Yard Sale? Advertiser here, in 58,000+ papers, for only $25. Call 334-9555. ext. 0, to place your ad, or visit www.valleybreeze.com, click on "Advertising" and then "Yard Sales" for forms. You may also place your ad online under "Classifieds," or visit our office and get a free sign, too. Ad deadline Tuesday noon. Good Luck! CUMBERLAND Yard/ Moving Sale: Sat. April 20th, 7 a.m.- 4 p.m. 18 Stephens Way. Everything must go. Rain or shine. LINCOLN Yard/ Moving Sale: Sat. April 20th, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. 226 Old River Rd. Household items, furniture, tools, books, clothing, antiques. PAWTUCKET WE BUY: Private party looking to buy coins, military items, gold in any form; dental, jewelry, broken jewelry, silver, American coins before 1964. Will beat any offer. Will come to you. Paid on spot. Please call 401-497-6494 ask for Bob. 401-725- 2591 ask for Phil. WOONSOCKET Indoor Estate Sale: Sat. April 20th, 9 a.m. -11 a.m., 302 Burnside Ave. Antique bed sets, hospital bed, grandfather clock, living, dining room furniture, all in ex- cellent condition. Mink coats, clothing, Hummel's, Regency dishware, records, kitchenware, etc. Entire contents of household is available for purchase. No reasonable offer refused. Rain or Shine. Place your classified ad online at classifieds.valleybreeze.com Classifieds The valley breeze do iT yourself: www.valleybreeze.com Four ways to place your classiFied ad 401-334-9555 call us weekdays 8:30 a.m. To 5 p.m.: The deadline to place an ad is Noon on Tuesday prior to publication. Holiday deadlines may be earlier — log on or call for details. The Valley Breeze Newspapers, 6 Blackstone Valley Place, Suite #204, Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865 fill ouT The form below and drop off or mail To: 401.334.9994 fill ouT The form below and faX To: Don't forget to put your phone number in the ad! all classified ads must be pre-paid and arrive by Noontuesday prior tuesday prior t to publication. FREE UNDER $50 Ads must be submitted in writing or online. No phone calls, please. THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS! Advertisers, Please Check Your Ad! We try very hard to avoid typographical errors, but sometimes they do occur. If you find an error, please call us at 401-334-9555 before Tuesday Noon of the following week so that we can correct the error. Credits cannot be issued for changes or errors that do not lessen the value of the classified ad. The Valley Breeze cannot be held liable for an amount greater than the cost of the ad in which the error occurred. valleybreeze.com: When you place your ad with us, it is published soon after on our website. With that in mind, if valleybreeze.com: When you place your ad with us, it is published soon after on our website. With that in mind, if valleybreeze.com: you then sell your item and cancel your printed ad, we cannot offer a refund. PRICING 4 Lines – $30 per week (additional lines – $2.50 each line per week) Better deal – 2 weeks for $50 (additional lines – $2.50 each line per week) Best deal – 3 weeks for $75 (additional lines – $2.50 each line per week) •Extras $7-$10 each per week Add an attention getter, border, bold headline, shaded background, color photo in your ad. Prices vary based on the package selected. •Payment Payment Your ad may be cancelled at any time. NO REFUNDS. place 1 letter in each box below (shaded boxes indicate additional lines). name: .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... address: ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... ciTy/ y/ y sTa Ta T T aT a e/zip: ......................................................................................................................................................................................... phone:........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ How many weeks do you want your ad to run? 1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks Between Neighbors My dog Charlie travels with me in the car everywhere. Although he's supposed to sit in the back seat, he often tries to sneak into the driver's seat when I get out of the car. Last week I pulled out of my driveway and realized that I left my purse in the house. I stopped at the curb, and hopped out to go get it. As I walked away from the car, I turned around and pointed to Charlie who was laying in the back seat. "Now stay," I said. "And don't move." I didn't think much of it until I saw my neighbor look over at me. "That's pretty impressive training," he shouted, not realiz- ing Charlie was in the back seat, "Normally I have to shift my car into park!" (Thanks to Marie D.) Reader Humor Laughs For Sale Duane "Cash" Holze & Todd "Carry" Holze www.ClassifiedGuys.com Fast Facts Dear Classified Guys, Every Sunday I open my front door and reach for the morning paper to read the classified sec- tion. A few months ago, I start- ed noticing that the paper wasn't on my doorstep at the usual time. I checked with the newspaper carrier and found he delivers promptly every day by 5 am. I thought he was just cover- ing up, until I also started notic- ing roses disappearing from my garden out by the mailbox. To figure it out, my son aimed his web camera toward the front porch and started recording. The next Sunday when my paper was missing, he reviewed the video. Turns out my neigh- bor gets up at 6 am on Sunday, takes the paper, and returns it around 7 am. I suspect he's behind the roses disappear- ing as well because he told me he started dat- ing again since his divorce. I thought I knew my neighbor pretty well, but apparently not. I like the guy and don't want to be mean about this. What's the best way to handle this problem without ruining a neighborly friendship? • • • Carry: You have to love tech- nology. Nowadays you can catch everything on video, even at 6 am. Cash: Whether you get along with him or not, neighbors are just a part of life. Sometimes they can be quite friendly and helpful, while other times they can steal your roses when you're not looking. Carry: In your case you're doing the right thing by not over- reacting to the situation. Often when neighbors infringe upon oth- ers, people can become irritated or angry. These types of emotions usually lead to complicating the disagreement rather than working it out calmly. Cash: The only way to resolve your dilemma is to let your neigh- bor know that his behavior is unacceptable. Since it seems that you are on good terms with him, he may actually assume that it's okay to borrow the newspaper on Sunday or cut a few roses every now and then. He may not consid- er his behavior inappropriate. Carry: Provided you stay calm when talking with your neighbor, asking him to stop should not ruin any friendship you may have. If you're not comfortable in dis- cussing it with him in person, you could leave a note first and then follow up with a conversation later. Cash: And when you do decide to talk to him in person, you could always be neighborly and bring him some freshly cut roses! Ask the Guys Does this business sell flowers or linoleum? ©The Classified Guys ® 04/13/14 Neighborhood Watch One of the most common dis- putes between neighboring yards involves trees. From falling leaves and pinecones to protruding roots and overhanging branches, neigh- bors sometimes take actions into their own hands trimming or even killing the tree. However, those actions may carry a penalty. Take the case of Douglas Hoffman. When his view of the Las Vegas strip was blocked by trees on a neighboring property, he topped or cut down more than 500 trees over the course of one year. A jury eventually convicted him of "arborcide" and sentenced him up to 5 years in jail. Celebrity Clash If you think neighbor disputes are limited to the average homeowner, think again. Even the rich and famous have their bouts with neigh- bors. Actor Jim Belushi feuded for years with his neighbor Julie Newmar, co-star of the old "Batman" series. And he's not alone. Neighbors of comedian Lilly Tomlin mistakenly accused her of cutting down two eucalyptus trees on their property. Even Hulk Hogan battled his homeowners association over his pets. • • • Got a question or funny story? Email us at: comments@classifiedguys.com. BUSINESS FOR SALE Floorist Shop, in business since 1993, owner retiring. Serious inquiries only. ©The Classified Guys ® 04/14/19

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Valley Breeze - The Valley Breeze Pawtucket 04-17-2019