The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee on May 17, 1990 · 25
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The Jackson Sun, Jackson, Tenn., Thursday. May 17, 1990 3D Lineup change sparks Cards Associated Press The St. Louis Cardinals shook up their batting order. Then they shook up the Houston Astros. Ozzie Smith, replacing Vince Coleman as the Cardinals' leadoff hitter, had two hits, stole a base and scored three runs Wednesday in a 10-6 win over the slumping Astros. Coleman, moved to the No. 8 slot, hit his first home run since last September a two-run shot off Jim Deshaies that highlighted a seven-run fifth inning for the Cardinals. St. Louis manager Whitey Her-, zog shuffled his batting order in "an attempt to revive his team's anemic offense, which was ninth in the league in runs scored. "We've tried so many different things and this may not be the end of it," Smith said. "But maybe this is something we can hold on to for a while." ; Herzog indicated the Smith-Coleman switch would continue for at least one more game. That didn't please Coleman, who has been a leadoff hitter his entire career. "It's nothing I look forward to," Coleman said. "I don't see ; myself as an eighth-place hitter. I'll just go out there and try to do ' the job." . Willie McGee had a pair of RBI doubles for the Cardinals, while Todd Zeile drove in two runs with a double. Bryn Smith of the Cardinals had a no-hitter and an 8-0 lead before giving up a leadoff homer in the sixth to Rafael Ramirez. i Harris to sign CFL contract ' CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) After a series of contract-talk stops, ; starts and sidesteps that matched his best moves on the field, former " West Virginia quarterback Major , Harris is heading north to Canada. ; All that's left is for him to sign on : the dotted line. Harris and the British Co-. lumbia Lions both say they are close to signing a con- ; tract that would bring the Heis- man Trophy finalist to the Ca- : nadian Football League. Major Harris "My agent is finalizing it with them now," Harris said Wednesday from Pittsburgh. "I'm just sitting tight." Although both sides said the deal ; isn't completed, Harris left little ; doubt that the Los Angeles Raiders, ; who picked him in the 12th round of ' the NFL draft, are out of the run-; ning. Chauffeur supports Capitals WASHINGTON (AP) - The chauffeur of a limousine in which a 17-year-old woman allegedly was . sexually attacked by four members of the Washington Capitals ap-" peared Wednesday before a grand jury investigating the case. The driver, Whitney Valentine, told WRC-TV there was no indication that the woman was forced into the car and that they drove around , the corner from the Capital Centre to another bar. "Neil Sheehy suggested that he " wanted to stop there for a moment before we, in essence, went back to the Capital Centre. She stated that - she . . . she said 'I think I want to get out," and they moved over so she could get out. '' "I opened the door, helped her out " of the car. She turned around and ' said, 'Thanks, guys' and she left." Valentine had not previously been questioned by any law enforcement authorities in connection with the ' case, his attorney, Stuart Blatt of ' Baltimore, told WUSA-TV. Blatt, who was not in his office Wednesday afternoon, added that Valentine was appearing voluntari- - ly before the grand jury. .' The four players being investigated have been identified in by law enforcement sources as right wing Dino Ciccarelli, 30; left wing Geoff Courtnall, 27; and defensemen Neil ' Sheehy, 30, and Scott Stevens, 26. No charges have been filed in the case, " and all four have denied the allegations. " - ! , u.., i': Ik NATIONAL The Astros scored two more runs in the inning on RBI singles by Ken Oberkfell and Craig Biggio. Smith (5-3) was lifted in the next inning after giving up a total of six hits and five runs. "It was great for five innings," he said. 'The last inning and two-thirds wasn't very good." Houston has lost six straight and nine of its last 10. "We're under pressure, and today it showed," Manager Art Howe said. "We just need to start playing baseball the way we can." Giants 4, Mets 3 At San Francisco, Kevin Mitchell's two-out homer in the 10th inning gave the Giants a three-game sweep. Mitchell's eighth homer of the season came off reliever Alejandro Pena (1-1). Mets starter Dwight Gooden had a three-hitter and a 3-0 lead until giving up a two-run homer to Will Clark in the eighth. Kevin Bass then tied it with a homer off reliever John Franco. New York took a 2-0 lead in the second on Mackey Sasser's RBI single and Kevin Elster's run-scoring double. Jeff Brantley (1-1), the Giants' fourth pitcher, got the victory by pitching a scoreless 10th inning. Phillies 6, Padre S At San Diego, Von Hayes hit a two-run homer and drove in four runs as the Phillies survived a ninth-inning rally. Trailing 6-3 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Padres pulled within one run on RBI singles by Phil Stephenson and Bip Roberts. But with runners on first and third, Tony Gwynn hit a hard one-hopper that shortstop Dickie Thon turned into a game-ending double play. The Phillies took a 3-0 lead in the first off Ed Whitson (3-2) on Von Hayes' homer and an RBI single by Charlie Hayes. . . '...AS V vr"" vv'" : mi wfiiiiliiiiifti "-"'"' . - .lit ,' 1 McGwire rallies A's past Indians Associated Press Associated Press Atlanta first baseman Dave Justice gets airborne to avoid Chicago's Ryne Sandberg in Wednesday's action. Sand-berg was awarded second on the play because of a balk. Len Dykstra had two doubles and a triple for Philadelphia, raising his league-leading average to .395. Braves 4, Cubs O At Atlanta, John Smoltz pitched a five-hitter for his first major league shutout. Smoltz (2-4) struck out nine, including hot-hitting Andre Dawson three times, and walked one for his first complete game of the season. He also had a single and drew a key walk in the Braves' three-run fifth. Ernie Whitt started the inning with a single and went to second on Alexis Infante's sacrifice. Smoltz fouled off five 3-2 pitches from Greg Maddux (4-2) before drawing a walk and then scored on Oddibe McDowell's two-run double. Maddux held the Braves hitless until Jim Presley doubled with two outs in the fourth. Rookie Dave Justice, called up earlier in the day from Class AAA Richmond, followed with an RBI double. Dodgers 3, Expos 2 At Los Angeles, Hubie Brooks won it with a ninth-inning homer after catcher Mike Fitzgerald gave him a second chance by dropping a foul pop. Fitzgerald dropped Brooks' pop foul on a 2-2 count. Brooks hit reliever Drew Hall's next pitch over the center field 1 fence to give the Dodgers a three-game sweep. The Expos had tied it with two outs in the top of the inning when Tim Wallach homered off Mike Morgan. Down to their last swing, Mark McGwire swung Oakland's momentum. McGwire hit a two-out, two-run homer in the top of the ninth inning Wednesday night that rallied Oakland over the Cleveland Indians 7-6 and ended the Athletics' four-game losing streak. Oakland's skid matched its longest in two seasons. It looked like the Athletics were headed toward matching their worst slide since June 1988 when the Indians brought in Doug Jones to pitch the ninth with a 6-5 lead. Jones had not allowed a run this season in 20 innings and had been successful in all 12 of his save opportunities. He also had not allowed a home run to a right-handed hitter since Larry Parrish connected on July 24, 1987, a span of 241 innings. But after Carney Lansford blooped a one-out single and Jose Canseco struck out, McGwire hit a changeup into the left-field seats for his 11th home run of the season. McGwire hit two homers and a double in the game. In the fourth inning, with Oakland trailing 4-0, Canseco, McGwire and Ron Hassey hit consecutive home runs. That was the third time in their history the Athletics have done it, the first time since 1980 at Cleveland. AMERICAN Whit Sox 4, Orioles 2 In Chicago, the White Sox won their fifth straight game as rookie Jerry Kutzler combined with two relievers on a five-hitter. The White Sox (19-10) are nine games over .500 for the first time since 1983. Their 14-3 record at Comiskey Park is baseball's best home mark. Brewers 13, Angels S In Milwaukee, Charlie O'Brien hit a bases-loaded triple during a six-run second inning as the Brewers roughed up Jim Abbott. Abbott (1-3) lasted only Vh innings, the shortest start of his career. Tigers 12, Rangers O In Texas, Jeff Robinson pitched a four-hitter and Cecil Fielder got three of Detroit's season-high 17 hits as the Tigers routed the injury-riddled Rangers. Tony Phillips also had three hits for the Tigers, including a two-run triple and a two-run single. Mariners 4, Blue Jays 2 In Toronto, Jeffrey Leonard's three-run homer sent Seattle over Toronto. Leonard hit his sixth home run of the season for a 3-0 lead in the fourth inning. Red Sox 7, Royals 1 In Kansas City, Mike Boddicker struck out 10 in eight innings and Ellis Burks homered, tripled and drove in three runs. Twins-Yankees, rain In New York, Andy Hawkins retired all 13 Minnesota batters before the game was rained out in the fifth inning. David West shut out the Yankees for four innings. The game will be made up as part of a twi-night doubleheader July 6. .assoffiedl C-flONDA MAY SALE Memorial Day Weekend Sale May 24-25-26 Prices drastically reduced on every motorcycle, ATV and Scooter in stock. Our everyday competitive prices will be reaucea even lower, hunua Tor your honda riding pleasure! BOB'S HOUSE OF HONDA 23A Heritage Sq. 668-4191 Jackson, TN Akays wear a helmet, eye protection and protective clothing. Read your owner's maruatthoroughty. For rider training information, call the Motorcycle Safely Foundation at 1-800-447-4700. Elite" 80 a PUBLICATION POLICY The lackson Sun will not be liable for any damages or losses that might occur as a result of errors or omissions of advertising in excess of the amount charged for the advertising. Advertisers are requested to check the first insertion of an ad for corrections. The lackson Sun will not be responsible for more than one day if we are in error. Unless advertisers make written objections within 45 days from the rendering of any bill for advertising published, such bill will stand as correct. DEADLINES Ads to be published in the Tuesday thru Friday editions must be received or called in before 5 P.M. on the day prior to publication; Saturday ads by 3 P.M. Friday; Sunday ads must be in by 5 P.M. Friday; Monday by 10 A.M. Saturday. I0l Legols lOI Legals S&afre Up, If MODEL HC-1500 19.7" cutter blade Powerful 21.2 cc two-cycle engine Pro-Fire" Electronic ignition for quick, easy starts Lightweight only 10.1 lbs. $269" Was $164.99 Now $ 44099 MODEL GT-1100A Powerful 21.1 cc two-cycle engine Pro-Fire" Electronic Ignition for easy starts Centrifugal clutch for quick starts and easy operation Semi-Auto Cutting Head, Automatic line cut-off Lightweight under 9 lbs. Safety goggles included THE PERFECT COMBINATION OF PRICE, POWER AND PERFORMANCE. Powerful 21.2 cc two-cycle engine Hro-nre- tiectromc ignition lor easy starts Centrifugal clutch for quick starting and easy operation New Heavy Duty Echomatic dual line head "Underwater cutting attachments Converts easily for blade use Lightweight-under 10 lbs. withoptional kit Safety goggles included SRM-1501 $199" Was $219.99 MODEL PB-1000 Powerful 21.2 cc two-cycle engine Pro-Fire Electronic Ignition for quick, easy starts Lightweight Just 8.2 lbs. Maximum Air Volume - 300 cu. ft. per minute Maximum Air Speed -130 m.p.h. Was $159.99 $13995 JACKSON Duffey's Home Center Hamilton Hills Shopping Ctr. 668-1012 Murphy Tractor Co. 521 Airways Dr. 422-1361 R & R Hardware 1340 S. Highland Ave. 423-2422 HENDERSON Henderson Hardware 225 W. Main St. - 989-5858 LEXINGTON Wood's True Value Hardware 22 Natchez Trace Dr. - 968-7391 BROWNSVILLE Dyer & Dyer Tire Company 331 S. Grand Avenue 722-2683 INVITATION TO BID PROJECT: General Site Grading for Northwest Correction Center Medium Security Facility Tiptonville, Tennessee SBC Project No. 14201 6-01 -89A DESIGNER: Jones Man Gaskill Rhodes, Inc. Reaves & Sweeney, Inc. Allen & Hoshall, Inc. A Joint Venture Address: , Suite 400 51 18 Park Avenue Memphis, Tennessee 38117 Contact: Mr. Joseph Tomasello Phone: 901-761-2016 BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Site grading and compaction of approximately 480,000 cu. yds. embankment. Bids are invited for a General Contract for the Work of the above project. Bids will be received by the State of Tennessee at 3115 Field Artillery Battalion, National Guard Armory, 2610 East Holmes Road, Memphis, Tennessee 38 11 8. Until: 1:30 p.m., CDST, June 7, 1990 at which time and place bids will be publicly opened by the Designer. Bids sent by mail should be directed to the attention of Major James M. Long, P.O. Box 30429, Memphis, Tennessee 38130-0429. Bidding documents may be examined at the Designer's office and at the following Plan Rooms: West Tennessee Plan Room, Jackson, Tennessee; F.W. Dodge Corporation Plan Room, and Memphis Builders Exchange in Memphis, Tennessee. Bidding Documents may be obtained from the Designer in accordance with the Instruction to Bidders upon the Designer's receipt of a certified or cashier's check made payable to the State of Tennessee in the amount per set of $350.00. Bidders submitting bids equal to or greater than $25,000.00 in value are required to be licensed in accordance with state law. A five percent (5) Bid Security is required. Prevailing Wage law applies to any contract equal to or greater than $50,000.00 in value. Non-Discrimination policy applies to this project. A statement of public contract crime status is required in the Bid Form. The Owner reserves the right to waive informali ties and to reject any bids. 1 May 16, 17, 18, 1990 SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness and obligations secured by a certain Deed of Trust on property currently owned by Christopher Lee Osborne and wife, Tonya Lee Osborne, and which Deed of Trust was executed by Christopher Lee Osborne and wife, Tonya Lee Osborne, to Thomas E. Harwood, Trustee for Clarence D. Luckey and is recorded in the Register's Office of Madison County, Tennessee in Trust Deed Book 747, page 93. WHEREAS, the undersigned was appointed Substitute Trustee by instrument recorded in Trust Deed Book 817, page 353, in said Register's Office. WHEREAS, the owner of the indebtedness has declared the total amount due and has directed the undersigned to advertise and sell the property described by said Deed of Trust; THEREFORE, this is to give notice that I will on June 1, 1990, commencing at 1 1:00 a.m., at the North Door of the Courthouse in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee cause to be offered for sale and will cause to be sold at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property located in the Sixth Civil District of Madison County, Tennessee, and more particularly described as follows, to wit: Situated and being in the 6th Civil District of Madison County, Tennessee, and beginning at a stake in the center of Barnes Road at the southeast corner of Elmer Carter, now John McGough, and the northeast corner of W. T. Mathis, now Wm. Patten, and runs thence with the center of soid road in an easterly direction 8 poles to the west line of the Mary Frances Luckey Walters Long tract of land; thence with the west and south lines of the Mary Frances Luckey Walters Long tract of land and the center of a ditch or branch to a stake in the west line of Earl Plunk, now Johnny Cear-ley; runs with the west line of Plunk, now Cear-ley, in a southerly direct-Ion to the northeast corner of the Mary Frances Luck- 101 Legals ey Walters Long 46-acre tract of ground; thence with the Mary Frances Luckey Walters Long north line in a westerly direction 34 poles and 13 feet to a stake at W. T. Mathis', now Patten, southeast corner; thence with W.T. Mathis', now Patten, east line in a northerly direction 113 poles to the point of beginning, and containing 21 acres, more or less, and subject to an easement on the east side adjacent to the east boundary line that is 30 feet in width as a means of ingress and egress by Mary Frances Luckey Walters Long from her 46-acre tract of ground to her 23-acre tract of ground. Said property is known as 21 acres more or less on Barnes Road in Madison County, Tennessee. Said sole will be in bar of all right and equity of redemption, homestead, dower and subject to unpaid taxes, it any. Title is believed to be good, but I sell and convey only as Substitute Trustee. R. Bradley Sigler Substitute Trustee May 10, 17, 24, 1990 103 Special Notices PREGNANT? NEED HELP? Call 422-3797 Adult Day care. Jackson Oaks Retirement Village. Hour, day. week month. Vacancies In assisted living area. 668-4180, Betty Sullivan. 104 Personals ADOPT A childless couple wants very much to share their hearts & happiness with white newborn. We will provide a secure home, endless love and all the joys ot family life. All expenses paid. Let's help each other. Please call collect anytime Joellen and Richard 516-889-0428 or 516-432-4435 Adoption. Tom & Ellen, a white loving childless couple offer a secure family with lots of cousins for a newborn. Will provide good education opportunity In a healthy loving home. Expenses paid. Call collect 212-222-8325 ADOPTION WORKS! Traditional, secure, loving parents of adopted daughter seek newborn to ADOPTCHERISH. At-home Mom. Legal. Expenses. Call Nancy & Will collect 212268-4887. Tarot Card Readings 668-8207 Divorced white male, mid 30's, tall, mature, financially stable, Intelligent, but little shy, would like to meet a pretty lady who likes reading, travel, UT football games & country living. If you are tired of waiting & willing to take a chance send information K photo to P.O. Box 3v6, Parsons, Tn. 38363. All responses confi-dential. FREE Pregnancy Testing Stop worrying. Come by Birth Choice at 391 Wallace Rd, Jackson or call 664-8443. Happily married couple wish to adopt a white newborn. Will give lots of love 4 security, expenses paid. Call collect Maria Or Bob 516-254-3715 Loving couple wishes to adopt your white newborn love, security & lifetime of happiness. Expenses paid. Legalconfidential. Call collect anytime 516-264-4029 Terr! 8. Jim. Loving, Christian couple wants to provide lifetime of love, happiness & security to your baby. Legalconfidential. Please call Jean ft Gerry at 516-842-9053. Attractive male, mature & settled, financially secure, seeking attractive slim home body female, under age 35. non-smoker. 1-986-9212 after 7 p.m. Tall attractive black female, would like to meet tall charming gentleman for friendship between ages of 37-42 who likes horseback riding, tennis, movies, walking, dancing of any kind, nationality unimportant, reply to P O Box 7293, Jackson, TN 38302. With hearts full of love, childless couple hopes to adopt white newborn or twins. Will provide our warmth, our lov, our best. Expenses paid. Call Mary and Dan collect 718-788-4316. Would like to meet white female minimum age 23 for traveling companion, cross) country, IB wheeler. For more Info please reply w recent photo to P.O. Box 9171. Jackson, TN. 38314 T

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