Tyrone Daily Herald from Tyrone, Pennsylvania on April 26, 1997 · Page 6
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•" •;* April 1 < ^ Clititott Doesn't Consider Himself a Lame Duck ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) Three months iftto his See term, President CHntoft says in a published interview that he does not consider himself a lame duck leader and denies being dragged down by the spotlight on Whitewater and campaign fund raising. "I'm not going to consider myself a lame duoc until after the midterm elections in '98," he said in an interview in today's editions of USA Today. "I'm going to keep working until the last day I am president with all the energy I have." As for the Whitewater and political money investigations, Clinton said he has learned to compartmentalize such "distractions" in his mind into "the smallest box you can in terms of your times and your emotional energy and your intellectual energy." The president described his place in history as helping "shepherd" the nation through a time of transition. He told the newspaper that he believes "we have been successful in changing the course toward the direction 1 wanted the country id go." Among the accomplishment he cites are cutting the deficit, promoting economic development, expanding trade, fighting poverty and crime, improving ecfuca'i'.n and bridging racial divides. At the end of his term, Clinton "would like to know that we have preserved and Strengthened Social Security and Medicare, but we've also made sure it's adapted so it will handle what's Coming in demographic terms." On other issues, Clinton said: —Me is working "like a bulldog" for a balanced-budget deal. He praised Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott, R-Miss. "He shot straight with me, and that's all you can ask." —He has "fully cooperated" with Kenneth Starr, the Whitewater independent counsel. —He no longer has pain, six weeks after emergency knee surgery, and is moving "every week, slowly, toward being golfable." Dream Hotline Interpreting the Symbolic Messages By KAREN TESTA Associated Press Writer SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — A nervous executive walks into a crowded boardroom and suddenly realizes he's paked. Many people find themselves in that uneasy situation, if only in their dreams: It's one of the most Still paying toooo much for ^ your prescription medicine?? Better call the "MEDICINE MAN" and stop playing silly tricks with your$$Money$$M One Touch Strips* (50 tests) $32.50 each TiPTON Pharmacy Tlpton, PA Phone: 684-RXRX (7979) *while quantities last! SAVE u P ,o75% --MU 'lilfi I' APRIL 26,27-MAY 3,4 'Wndmi'Hs ; C^dpn's Furniture Canopfes lf> iu Air Tire Wagons ack Swing Set Access. Many Misc. Items Crafts Flower Boxes & Carts Toy Trains All Kinds of Planters SPECIALS 12'Covered Bridge Fire Engine . Horse & Buggy Airplane Tractor Trailer 12x 18 Shed 50% OFF Weather Vanes » common ones recounted by callers to the National dream Hotline. Dreams are messages that shouldn't be ignored, said Laurel Clark, vice president of the School of Metaphysics, a southwestern Missouri college that for 25 years has studied dreams. "Dreams are a communication from the inner self to the outer self that tell you about your own state of awareness," Clark said. A typical dream finds the dreamer back in school, realizing there's a test to take though he hasn't been in class all semester. "It means ... they have opportunities for learning in their waking life and they're missing out on them," Clark said. "They go to work, they take care of the physical things they need to in their life, but they forget life is for learning. The hotline, an annual project of the college, will open for business this weekend. "We receive thousands of calls every year," Clark said. "The people who answer are usually teachers who have studied dreams and their meaning and how to interpret them." About 100 people will take phone calls at the college's main- campus in Windyville and 14 satellite campuses in seven states — Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma, and Texas. The so-called dream interpreters, help callers decode tneir ^ypms^yrhboirand" what'they -tight mean, but don't offer ^"duhseling. Arid Clark said a dream's significance must be determined by the dreamer. "The dreams are in symbols and they tell you about your attitudes," she said. "They are not telling you about the literal events in your life." Not Valid With Any Other Discount Or Coupon. Monarch Dry Cleaners 1401 Valley View Blvd.»Altoona (814) 944-4561 or 1-800-468-6002 FREE Home Pick Up/Delivery Available In Tyrone Area A member of the International Fabricare Institute, the association of professional dry cleaners and launderers I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ann Landers Great Essay Appreciated Dear Readers: One of the rnosl frequently requested essays since I have been writing this column is "The Station" by Robert Hastings. That talented writer passed away recently, but his work will be read and appreciated for many years to come. What follows will be familiar to many of you. I believe it was his best. The Station by Robert J. Hastings Tucked away in our subconscious minds is an idyllic vision in which we sec ourselves on a long journey that spans an entire continent. We're traveling by train, and from the windows, we drink in the passing scenes of cars on nearby highways, of children waving at crossings, of cattle grazing in distant pastures, of smoke pouring irom power plants, of row upon row of cotton and corn and wheat, of flatlands and valleys, of city skylines and village halls. But uppermost in our minds is our final. destination. -- for at a certain hour and on a given day, our train will finally pull into the station with bells ringing, flags waving and bands playing. And once that day comes, so many wonderful dreams will come true. So restlessly, we pace the aisles and count the miles, peering ahead, waiting, wailing, waiting for the station. "Yes, when we reach the station, that will be it!" we promise ourselves. "When we're 18 ... win that promotion ... put the last kid through college ... buy that 450 SL Mcrccdcs- Bcnx. ... pay off the mortgage ... have a nest egg for retirement." From that day on, we will all live happily ever after. Sooner or later, however, we must realize there is nojslalion in this life, no one earthly plaf c to arrive at once • and for al 1. The journey is the joy. The station is an illusion -- it constantly memory; tdmo'rrow s, Fossil Find 'A Gold Mine' Of Evidence PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Scientists said Thursday that fossils recently found in China offer exciting, clear pictures of ancient life, including a chicken-sized dinosaur that appeared to have downy fluff along its spine and •the first fossilized internal organ ever found from a dinosaur. "Nowhere else in the world are fossils from such a critical time so well preserved," paleontologist John H. Ostrum said in an interview before speaking at a forum at the Academy of Natural Sciences. The Yale professor, who suggested in 19/3 that birds directly descend from dinosaurs, recently returned from Chinese museums where scientists examined fossils found last summer in the western Liaoning province. While many fossil sites only preserve the bones of ancient animals, the Liaoning site preserved surface features like claws, scales and skin, according to paleontologists, "There are plant remains, inr sect remains, fish remains and land animal remains. It has just begun to be exploited," Ostrum said. tomorrow bcmnijs 16 God. Yesterday's a fading sunset; tomorrow's a faint sunrise. Only today is there light enough to love and live. So, gently close the door on yesterday and throw the key away. It isn't the burdens of today thai drive men mad, but rather the regret over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. "Relish the moment" is a good mono, especially when coupled with Psalm 118:24: "This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it." So stop pacing the aisles and counting the miles. Instead, swim more rivers, climb more mountains, kiss more babies, count more stars. Laugh more and cry less. Go barefoot more often. Eat more ice cream. Ride more mcrry-go-rounds. Watch more sunsets. Life must be lived as we go along. Copyright 1986 by the Southern Illinois University Press. ANN LANDERS® ©1997, Creators Syndicate Chicken NOTICE To Tyrone Area School District Residents And Employers: 1997 Wage Tax and Occupational Assessment Tax Payments Now Due Will Be Accepted By Statewide Tax Recovery At: Farmers & Merchants Bank Bldg. 1051 Pennsylvania Ave. Tyrone, PA 16686 ON April 29 — Noon to 6 p.m. April 30 — 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 1 — Noon to 6 p.m. Only 1997 tax payments will be accepted at this office. All inquiries should be directed to: Statewide Tax Recovery, Inc. Tax Billing Division P.O. Box 722 Sunbury, PA 17801 717-286-8538 FOR SALE Yes... You Can Own This Beautiful Completed Home Spring '97 The Chesterfield This 3 bedroom with gas heat and central air is sure to please every member of'the family. Under construction now, do not miss this exciting opportunity, at this price it will not last long! 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SUGAR BAKED HAM SANDWICH $2.75 BREADED CAULIFLOWER $4-39 HOMEMADE CHILI $1-90 CLUB CHEDDAR CHEESE SOUP $1-90 LASAGNA DINNER W/MEATBALLS AND BREAD $3.89 NAVY BEAN SOUP ' $1.65 ZESTY ITALIAN VEGETABLE $1.65 BEEF & CHEDDAR SANDWICH $249 PIZZA BURGER $1-95 TOMATO FLORENTINE $1.90; CREAM OF BROCCOLI $1-65 FISH FILET $|.85; W/CHEESE $1U95 MACARONI & CHEESE $l-?5 CREAM OF POTATO $1-90 BEEF VEGETABLE- '• $1-65 NELSON BROTHERS CHRYSLER ^ Spring Service Rt. 220 DODGE/JEEP/EAGLE Specials Mon.-Fri. 8-5 684-1331 [LUBE: "T| noe" " "1 [COOUNG SYSTEM ~ """ •OIL, oi'yaDw'^n n SERVICE $9Q95 ^^^^^^ ^^^^^nluc tav New Mopar antifreeze I FI LT E R I - --, ,- ••••••^•B | i t Inspect hoses and belts Complete chassis lube, genuine Mopar oil filler, new oil (up lo 5 qls. cars/6 I 1 - • _. ... . . . . I qts. trucks). Check and top-off las needed) the following fluids: trans..brakes. I I (j g a |. max.) p. steering, washer, differ, transfer case and coolanl. Check lire pressure, air J ^ , Pressure test system I filler and wiper blades. I Vehicles requiring special/extra oils and diesel fillers slightly higher) JEEP AND DODGE TRUCK PRICES MAY VARY plus tax with coupoi I Must present coupon when order is written. Additional hazardous waste dis- (I (I • Complete cooling system flush (Chemical flush, V8 engines & additional parts/labor extra) JEEP AND DODGE TKl'CK PRICES MAY VARY • ;MUSI present tuupun wiicn uiuci is wuiicii. rvvjumvjiiui uutuiwuu.. .-U...W «... i i Musi present coupon when order is written. Additional hazardous waste dis- I posal fee. if applicable. Cunnoi be useifwilh any oilier coupon or special. May 1 I nosal fee. if applicable. Cannot be used with any other coupon or special. • only be used at Nelson Chrysler. Jeep. Eagle. I I Ma >' <">>y be used al N* 150 " Chrysler. Jeep. Eagle. • •M MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MMI MM MM MM MM MM MM MM MMi MM .. MMI MMI . . . ^M . MM MM MMi ... . 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