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aber 19, 1997

Serving Sanford, Lake Mary and Seminole County since 1908

90th Year, No. 21 - Sanford, Florida

Sanford confidential Bi

Mayor disgusted, suspects criminal activity

over taped police department phone call

BRIEFS

Depression era glass show

The Sanlando Depression Era Glass Show &
Sale will be held Sept. 19 (6 to 9 p.m.), 20 (10
am. to 5 p.m.) and 21 (10 am. to 4 p.m.) at
the Sanford Civic Center, 401 E. Seminole
Boulevard, Sanford. Admission is 83 per day
or 85 for all three days. There will be door
prizes, an open snack bar, displays of depres-
sion glass and a special appearance by author,
Gene Florence.

Inspection checkpoints

The Florida Highway Patrol will be con-
ducting driver license and vehicle inspection
checkpoints during the week of Sept. 19
through Sept. 25 at the following locations:
County Road 15, Old Lake Mary Road. Orange
boulevard, Osceola Road, Celery Avenue, State
Road 426, E.E. Willlamson, General Hutchen-
son, Bunnell Road and Dodd Road.

Recognizing the danger presented to the
public by defective vehicle equipment, troop-
ers will concentrate their efforts on vehicles
being operated with defects such as bad
brakes, worn tires and defective lighting
equipment. In addition, attention will be di-
rected to drivers who would violate the driver
license laws of Florida.

Jazz legend at Leu

The internationally acclaimed “Nathan Page
Quartet” will play for a Leu House Museum
benefit for the crown of “Jazz Guitar King."
Nathen Page is one of the biggest musical
names residing in Florida today and his multi-
media credits are endless. He has appeared at
Carnegie hall, the Hollywood Bowl. the New-
port Jazz Festival and the Johnny Carson
Show.

A welcome reception starts at 7 p.m. fol-
lowed by the concert at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are
$15 per person, available at the Gardens Gift
Shop or by calling (407) 246-2620.

Free collectible stamps

The Central Florida Stamp Club will be giv-
ing away free collectible stamps to children at
the Winter Park/Orlando Stamp Show on
Sept. 20 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sept.
21 from 10 am. to 3 p.m. at the Sheraton
Orlando North Hotel (Maitland Boulevard at I-
4).

There will be free admission, free parking,
free door prizes, free stamp collection esti-
mates and over 20 dealers ready to help at
the show.

American heart walk

Columbia Medical Center-Sanford will step
out with 400 of Seminole County citizens in a
walk to fight heart disease and stroke, Amer-

/ ica's leading causes of death and disability.
"The event is held in over 1,000 locations na-
tionwide. Locally, the walk will be held on
Sept. 20 at 8:15 a.m. at the AAA building in
Heathrow.

Over 350,000 walkers all over the nation
will collect donations from family, friends and
co-workers to fund lifesaving cardiovascular
research.

Evil Weevil update

The public is invited to attend the Septem-
ber meeting of the Seminole Bromeliad Soci-
ety on Sept. 21 to hear Dr. Howard Frank
present an update on his research efforts to
stop Metamasus Callizona, the “Evil Weevil”
which has been attacking the native Brome-
liad population of Florida since 1989.

The program will be held at the Garden
Club of Sanford which is located at 17-92 and
Fairmont Drive, one block south of Lake Mary
Boulevard. Program begins at 2:30 p.m. and
there is no charge for admission.

By RUSS WHITE
Herald Staff Writer

Call it Sanford Confidential

The city's cops
and mayor are at odds again

The latest confrontation concerns a myster!
ous tape.
“You've got to hear it yourself,” Deputy Chief

Dennis Whitmire said Friday morning

Three of the Sanford city commissioners
have heard it, and a fourth - Kerry Lyons - will
listen to the tape sometime today according to
Police Chief Joe Dillard.

Mayor Larry Dale, who also will hear the
tape today, told the Sanford Herald this
morning that he expects some “criminal activ-
ity...I'm disgusted at this and a lot of other
stuff that's going on,” he said

Some detect the mayor's voice on the tape -
a telephone call made this past March by Lynn
Stogner. who heads the Pinecrest Neighbor:
hood Watch. As Stogner waits to be connected
to an officer at the SPD, someone in the back-
ground says, "what's wrong?

“Ah, they've got me on hold, they're giving me

See Call, Page 4A

Mayor Larry Dale

Rally around the flagpole for a moment of prayer

Riverwalk

tended.
Photo

Seminole High school students took
a prayerful moment before class this
week. The school was only one of
many in Seminole County which par-
ticipated in “See You at the Pole”
ceremonies this week. The national
event encourages students to rally
around the school flagpole to pray
for “God, school and country,” ac
cording to Seminole senior Jasen
Ryll, (pictured,) co-captain of the
Fellowship of Christian Athletes or-
ganization at the school. Ryll is also
president of the Venture Club and
plans to attend Bible college after he
graduates. The event was organized
by members of the FCA and at
tended by a school-record 350 stu-
dents, which topped last year's total
of 290, who arrived at 7 am. to par-
ticipate. Member of the school ad-
ministration and faculty aiso at-

construction
bumped up

By MARIA OREM
Herald Staff Writer

Construction of the Lake Monroe
Riverwalk has moved up one year,
however the project will no longer
be managed by the City of Sanford.

Jay Marder, director of planning
and zoning, reported to city com-
missioners Monday that the Flor-
ida Department of Transportation

would administer the project
“There Is good news and bad
news,” Marder sald. “The good
news Is that construction on the
riverwalk will begin one year ear-

lier tn 2001-02. On the down side,
the design phase will be delayed to
1999-2000."

Despite the change in adminis-
tering the project, Marder said the
city wanted to proceed with its Lo-
cal Agency Program (LAP) certify:
cation request for future state and
federally funded transportation
projects on local streets. There
was also a question on funding, he
said

The City of Sanford had planned
to become certified through the
FDOT's LAP to allow the city to

y of § High 8
staff

administer the project and to also
be involved in the design phase.
Marder sald even If the city had
maintained the management role,
FDOT consultants and contractors
would still be required for the proj-
ect. The FDOT will be responsible
for all aspects of the project, in-

See Riverwalk, Page 4A

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Seniors: Add more life to your years

By SHARI BRODIE
Herald Staff Writer

You may not be able to add more years to
your life, says Norma Smith, paraphrasing the
old adage, but with the Seminole Adult Learn-
ing Institute, you'll add more life to your years.

The Seminole Adult Learning Institute is a
newly formed membership organization de-
signed to provide college-level continuing edu-
cation opportunities for area residents age 50-
plus. It is sponsored by Seminole Community
College's Community Education Program.
Smith is on the steering committee that has
brought the program from its inception in
March of last year to the planned information
meeting and reception next Tuesday.

“Wow, there's a need,” Smith said was her
reaction when she responded to an invitation
to attend an organizational meeting. More than
75 of her peers also responded to the invita-
tion that suggested that such a need might ex-
ist in the Seminole County area.

Another steering committee member, Henry
Rosenthal, said he had been hearing things
from other older adults who, like himself, had
been taking classes at SCC. “Back home in In-
diana,” or any other state, he said they'd say,
they had been involved in Elderhostel pro-
grams.

Elderhostel programs are sponsored by uni-
versities and colleges and usually include
seminars presented by noted lecturers. Pre-
sented during breaks in the regular classes
schedules, older adults are invited to attend
the extended lecturer series and use the dormi-
tories on campus for accommodations.

At SCC, SALI will offer three six-week terms
a year with participants choosing from three
programs: study group, class or seminar.

“We cover the bases of different ways to
study,” said Rosenthal.

Unlike the Elderhostel program, SALI will
utilize college Instructors and facilitators from
outside of academia.

The curriculum for the first term, which be-
gins on Oct. 7, was culled from the pages and

SALI

MEETING

Tom Stoiber, Seminole Community College Community
Education coordinator, holds the SALI sign flanked by

pages of topics of interest suggested at the
first meeting, sald Smith. In the study groups,
participants will discuss classical novels or
contemporary events.

In the class series, students will learn con-
tract bridge or genealogy. And in the seminars,
such topics as introduction to blues and jazz,
exciting travel opportunities, the ABC's of lawn
care and gardens, practical first aid, better
photography and a study of the stock market
will be offered.

The session are two hours per day, two days
a week. The cost is $39 per term and entitles
members to discounts on selected Community
Education classes and free access to SCC

Herald Photo by Tommy Vincent
Norma Smith, SALI steering committee member, and
Pat Evans, Stoiber's administrative assistant.

amenities such as the library, theater presen-
tations, sports events and student activities.

“This is the first time a college-level experi-
ence has been available to those 50-plus in
our area,” said Tom Stoiber Community Educa-
tion Coordinator for SCC.

The SALI program is the first of its kind in
Seminole County. A similar program, called
Learning Institute For Elders (LIFE), has been :
in existence at the University of Central Flor-
ida and many area seniors have been traveling
to Orange County to attend.

Smith said the college is currently acting as
the “umbrella,” under whose auspices the insti-
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By MARIA OREM
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Don Pablo's, on State Road

16 near the 1-4 intersection
in Sanford, offers authentic
lex-Mex cuisine at afford
able prices. The expansive

restaurant is set up in a

warehouse style building
with high ceilings and ex-
posed brick walls, which are

covered by oversized painted
murals. The decor is pleas-

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with many bright colors
throughout

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favorites that were cooked
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the Mexican cowboys
worked on the ranches
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scratch fresh ingredients
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hot off the griddle. All meats
are cooked over mesquite
wood

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hot platters and accompa-
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tasty salsa and warm na-
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some very Interesting and
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to $12.95 for fajitas cama-

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wrapped in smoked bacon
and seasoned with a spicy

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beans, guacamole and pico
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4A - Sanford Herald, Sanford, Florida - Friday, September 19, 1997

Editor

This millennium thing is bogus
Time has no dates; it rolls along
whether we wear a watch or not. We
only have calendars because insur-
ance companies need to give away
something with their name on it at
Christmas

So when we equate the word “mil-
lennial” with the word “apocalyptic,”
we're just being silly. When day dawns
on Jan. 1. 2000 (or 2001, depending on
your point of view, no pale horses will
thunder across the sky, the seventh
seal will not break, and all 10-horned
beasts will stay under the sea.

But I'll shutter the windows and lock
my doors anyway, just to be on the
safe side. Millennium or not, things
are weird out there. Take Garth
Brooks. What's the deal there? He
seems like a nice enough guy, but
Garth Brooks Superstar? Garth
Brooks Mania?

Then there's the Farrah video, in
which we're asked to watch a de-
pressed 50-year-old woman romp
around naked. And why have all
sports, from hockey to croquet, sud-
denly become “extreme”? No wonder
people are lining up to buy real estate
on Mars — which looks amazingly like
Arizona (without the atmosphere of
course!

It may be just another bizarre mil-
lennial rumor. but it's said that Pope
John Paul II may exercise his infalli-
bility option and name the Virgin Mary
as “Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix of All
Graces and Advocate for the People of
God.”

According to Newsweek magazine,
which only wishes it were infallible, if
His Holiness makes this dogma, “...

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Millennial thing is bogus

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Catholics would be obliged ... to accept
three extraordinary doctrines: that
Mary participates in the redemption
achieved by her son, that ... graces ...
are granted only through Mary's in-
tercession with her son, and that all
.. petitions from the faithful ... must
likewise flow through Mary, who then
brings them to the attention of Jesus.”

Now, I'm just another pagan with a
word processor, but it doesn’t sound
to me like this new doctrine would be
doing Mary a favor. She brings prayers
to the attention of Jesus? What, she’s
screening His calls? What is she, His
secretary? His personal manager?

Back in 1950, didn't Pope Pius XII
declare that Mary was taken bodily to
Heaven, where she now reigns as
Queen? From Queen of Heaven to Co-
Redemptrix? Sure sounds like a step
down to me.

In other millennial news, we re-
cently commemorated the 20th an-
niversary of Elvis Presley's death
Much to our surprise (and his, no
doubt, if he's still around as some say),
he is rapidly being elevated to godhood
himself.

According to a story by Christopher
Reed from the London Observer Ser-
vice, “The 150 registered Elvis imper-
sonators fulfill the function of a
priesthood. They even have a liturgy,

the singer's words taken verbatim
from 12 concerts filmed live out of the
thousands he gave.”

Wait a minute, you might say, just
because a drag queen lip synchs
“Somewhere Over the Rainbow" that
doesn't make Judy Garland a church.
How does it make Elvis a god?

Well, there's more to the story. First
there's the spiritual side of Elvis.
Wasn't he reading a book about the

Shroud of Turin when he died? When
he performed, didn't he make his en-
trance to the strains of Richard
Strauss’ “Also Sprach Zarathustra,”
the ditty that heralded the appearance
of the god rocks in “2001: A Space
Odyssey”? Gee, how much proof do
you need?

Some claim that Elvis will rise again
in the year 2001. The proof? Elvis died
in 1977, on the eighth month of the six-
teenth day. Eight plus sixteen plus
1977 equals? 2001! Or you can add his
birth year, 1935, his age when he died,
42, plus eight and sixteen. Again: 2001!

What does it all mean? I don’t know.
But I added up the running time of the
Farrah Fawcett video, the number of
times I've seen the word “paparazzi”
in stern editorials over the past seven
days, and the number of Garth Brooks
CDs sold since 1996, multiplied them
by four (for the Holy Quartet, Father,
Son, Holy Spirit and Mary), then sub-
tracted my emotional age, and got the
exact distance from Earth to Mars.

If that's not proof of something, I
don’t know what is,

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BEN WATTENBERG

Thai baht not hot--so what?

Surely you've noticed the fall of Thai-
land’s baht. Just a few months ago it
was worth 25 percent more than it is
now. Is that bad? Should it bahther
Americans?

These days American economists
are of two minds. Some say: So Much
Is Different. Others say: So Much Is
the Same. It’s important to know who's
right, or righter.

If the people who say It’s Different
are right, that may well be worth an
extra 5,000 to 10,000 points on the Dow
average over the next few years, which
will make your pension plan fat, or
fatter. And that would be only a small
part of the change in store for us.

Those who say Different point to
some amazing developments over the
last decade. The Cold War ended.
Democracy is spreading. Markets have
become the economic philosophy du
jour. International trade has boomed.
Deregulation and privatization have
lessened the stultifying restraints of
government. Technology-driven ad-
vances in transportation and commu-
nications have made commerce more
efficient. And so, say the Differentists,
this is a new economic era. Inflation
has been whipped. The American
gross domestic product has been
growing almost 3-1/2 percent per year
during the last two years. This boom
will last forever, or at least for a long
time. The old rules don’t apply. We'll
all be rich, or richer.

What do the Same-ists say? Mostly,
“Ho-hum; been there, done that.” And
they have lots of history on their side.
Capitalist economies do seem to oper-
ate in cycles. It was once called boom-

and-bust. Recently it’s been more like
moderate-growth-and-mild-recession.
We're doing very well right now, say
the Same-ists, but just hold your
breath; it will change. It always does.

As a “for instance,” American En-
terprise Institute economist John
Makin points to what's happening in
Asia right now. The so-called “Tiger”
economies and China have been grow-
ing so fast that they are now facing a

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classic capitalist dilemma. En-
trepreneurs build more factories, pro-
ducing more goods, until the amount
of goods produced is more than cus-
tomers, foreign and domestic, will con-
sume. This “supply-shock” causes
manufacturers to cut prices. Deflation.
The value of the currency falls. Still:
not enough buyers. Employers lay off
workers. That cuts the demand for
goods still further. A recession ensues.
It can take a while to pull out of a re-
cession, as the Japanese have learned
since their bubble broke in late 1989.
The stark currency devaluation of the
Thai baht is but a case in point, and
it has been mimicked in Malaysia, In-
donesia and the Philippines.

The advent of a global economy,
says Makin, could make Asia’s prob-
lems into — America’s problems. For
now, deflation in Asia cuts prices in
America, keeping inflation low, or pos-
sibly even negative. But after a while,
even the startling American economy
could take a hit. American workers
could start losing jobs to discounted
foreign goods. Demand goes down still

further, and so on — into a recession
right here in America. Ho hum; been
there, done that. Cycles happen.

Both the Differentists and the Same-
ists seem to make sense. Who's right?
Both are. (I am a Bothist.)

Either the New Economy makes
sense, or economics itself doesn’t
make sense. We did so many things
right. Trade, markets, peace, democ-
racy, deregulation and technology
were just what the doctor had ordered.
We deserve an economic bounce from
all that. We're getting it.

At the same time, the laws of market
economics have not been repealed.
For example, there is no known way
to prevent over-capacity in a free econ- |
omy. (How many fast-food restaurants
can your neighborhood support? How
many athletic shoes are needed from
Thailand?)

So what do we get? A cyclical capi-
talist economy, but from a
higher base than before. Instead of
taking our mild recessions from a
growth rate of 2 percent, we will take
our recessions from a growth rate of
3 percent or 4 percent. If you think you
can time the actions of complex mar-
kets, then — at precisely the right
moment — move your assets from
stocks into bonds and cash. Then —
at precisely the right moment — put
the assets back into stocks.

Let us know

least a week in advance.

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the run around,” Stogner allegedly answers.
“It doesn’t matter....we're going to get rid of

them any how." is heard next.

Dale denies he's the one on the tape. “I know
Lynn Stogner but I've never been with him
when he made any telephone calls.
this may be another deliberate attempt to
make me look like the bad guy who's against
the police department. An attempt to diffuse

the problems.”

Chief Dillard told the Herald that he was
made aware of the tape in March when Stogner
said he was upset at the communications per-
son who took his call. “He (Stogner) calls fre-
quently,” Dillard said. “I listened to the tape to

check out what happened - if
wasn't served properly.”

The employee was found to have done no
wrong. There was no emergency. No neglect of

duty.

“1 didn't make much more of it (the tape). It
was no big deal,” Dillard said today. “That it's
come up again now is especially unfortunate.

Movie

We're trying to move on."

Dillard said he played the tape on Thursday
for commissioners Velma Willlams and Brady

Lessard. He also spoke to the mayor and to

I expect

Lynn Stogner

Stogner this morning. “I asked the mayor if he
wanted to hear the tape,” he sald. Dale told the
chief he did, and would be in today.

“There are voices in the background,” Dillard
said. “1 can't say who they are. There are
comments about the department. And there's
one that is most inappropriate.”

Commissioner
heard the tape last March, and had no way of
knowing who was on the tape. “I doubt anyone
does,” Eckstein said Thursday night.

Commissioners Williams and Lessard could
not be reached this morning for comment.

Whitey Eckstein sald he

“I have to hear the tape, myself," Stogner

to me.”

said today. “1 have no idea what's on it... I do
call there (the SPD) a lot. This is a big mystery

“Looks like we better get ourselves a voice
expert,” Dale said.
To be continued......

Continued from Page 2A

the city. L.A. Confidential is a
Juicy, engrossing drama about
police corruption. It has the
feel of a flatfoot, detective
story with pulp novel spirit.
It's the Chinatown of the 90's.

Like John Huston's China-
town, L.A. Confidential is ro-
bust film noir. Hanson concen-
trates on the characters of the
film, and how they are affected
by all the shady happenings
going all around them. And as
that is happening we learn
more about them--their aspi-
rations, their regrets. Wisely,
Hanson does not let his style
or presentation of the time pe-
riod stand in the way of telling
the story about these people.
Truth be known, it ts a de-
lightful pleasure to witness
Hanson--a director in need of
a big hit--so successful and at
ease with this material.

His support group comes in
the form of a tremendous en-
semble cast with Pearce, Kevin
Spacey (The Usual Suspects),
as an Image conscious cop,
Russell Crowe (Virtuosity). as
the department's short fused

“muscle”, James Cromwell
(Babe), as the Irish mentor
captain, Kim Basinger

(Batman), as a “star look alike”
prostitute, David Strathairn
(The Firm), as a wealthy smut
king and Danny DeVito
(Ruthless People), as the
unscupulous editor and writer
of a splashy tabloid magazine.
But let's not forget to mention
Hanson's helpers: production
designer (Jeannine Oppewall),
cinematographer (Dante Spi-
notti), costumer: (Ruth Myers)
and music (Jerry Goldsmith).
Those valuable players helped
Hanson to recreate the 50's
City of Angels.

L.A. Confidential deserves at-

tention. It is one of the most
involving films of the year.

Playwright Paul Rudnick
wrote the screenplay for the
comedy In & Out (Three and a
half stars). His story deals
with a fictional Indiana town
coping with the news that a
popular English teacher at the
local high school may be ho-
mosexual. From this, Rudnick
shows how the teacher, played
by Kevin Kline, deals with the
scrutinization of the town's
people and his own doubts and
discoveries. And In & Out also
pokes fun at homophobia --the
fear of gays.

Howard Brackett (Kline) is
“outed” much to his dismay by
a former student (Matt Dillon)
now an Oscar winning actor
who discloses the startling
revelation on the widely
viewed award show. Shocked,
Brackett's parents (Debbie
Reynolds and Wilford Brimley)
speed over to his house to
confront him and his equally
bewildered flancé (Joan
Cusack). The principal (Bob
Newhart) of Brackett's school
is leery to keep the teacher af
ter numerous phone calls from
concerned parents. A tena-
cious tabloid reporter (Tom
Selleck) hopes to kickstart his
career with doing a week long
series on Brackett. Even
Brackett, himself, takes an in-
trospective look at his life.

Rudnick adds humor to so-
cial issues, but he also pokes
fun at the absurdity of label-
ing. Society labels people ac-
cording to unwritten outlines
describing different personali-
ties, and Rudnick’'s satirical
wit captures it.

SALI

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tute is getting its
start. She sald the aim is to
become self-sufficient, utilizing
the knowledge and talents of
members of the institute to fur-
ther the goals of SALI “The in-
tent is that as the program de-
velops, the members will be-
come facilitators.”

Smith and Rosenthal are
both in a position to provide
the expertise to guide the insti-
tute. Smith, a Lake Mary resi-
dent, has a Ph. D. in early
childhood education and is re-
tired from Central Connecticut
State University, where she
taught multi-cultural educa-
tion. She is also the former
president of Lake Mary's AARP
chapter. Rosenthal, of Sanford,
who served on the stee
committee with his wife, Fran,
is retired from the Department
of Energy in Washington, D.C.
where he worked in Nuclear
Safety. Fran is a homemaker
who spent much of her time
doing public relations for vol-
unteer programs.

Riverwalk—

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cluding finances, permitting,
engineering and design and
construction. However, he
said, the FDOT is committed io
achieving design approval
through the city.

The riverwalk project, at an
estimated cost of $1.5 million,
is funded through state trans-
portation money. The concrete
riverwalk will be a series of
bicycle and pedestrian paths
along Lake Monroe's seawall
extending from Seminole
Boulevard and U.S. Highway
17-92 from Wayside Park to
Mellonville Avenue. The pre-
liminary plan also calls for
guard rails on the road side
and hand rails along the major

lakefront sections of U.S.
Highway 17-92.

Final approval of the man-
agement change, which was
proposed by the FDOT, will be
made by the Orlando Urban
Area Metropolitan Planning
Organization at its meeting in
November.

Members will have input
every step of the way, Smith
sald. Participants will decide
the topics of interest. And to
make things ineresting spe-
cial events are planned, such
as holiday parties and trips.
Smith said a possibility for the
second term would be a sea
cruise tied to the upcoming
solar eclipse.

“What we have is a program
that covers a broad cross-
section of Interest,” said
Rosenthal. “It will be whatever
the people want it (SALI) to
be.”

Stoiber added, “Senior Insti-
tute members will enjoy the
opportunity to develop new
friendships with people who
have common Interests, en-
hance their educational hori-
zons and share their own life

and expertise with
others-all with no test and no
grades!”

Any area senior interested
in joining, or obtaining more
information, should plan to at-
tend the information meeting
and reception on Tuesday,
Sept. 23, at 2 p.m. in the SCC
Fine Arts Auditorium (Building
G). To RSVP for the meeting,
call 328-2121.

DENZEL LUTHER
CARMICHAEL ;

Denzel Luther Carmichael,
59, West State Road 46, Ge-
neva, Thursday, . 18,
1997. Born Feb. 28, Se. in
Alapaha, Ga., he moved to
Central Florida in 1967. Mr.
Carmichael was a heavy
equipment operator. He was a
Protestant.

include son,

seph Scott Carmichael,
lanta; daughters, Tracy
McGee, Sneeds, Fla, Kelly
Young, Nashville; sisters, Linda
Pritchett, Cocoa, Marie Carter,
Macclenny, Fla.,, Mauadell
Horten, Willacoochee, Ga;
seven grandchildren.

Vossen Cremation Service,
Orlando, in charge of ar-
rangements.

Bringing out the comedy of
Rudnick’s script fell on the re-
sponsibility of director Frank

Oz (Little Shop of Horrors). Oz
brings a whimsy and comic
subtlety to the material, but
he also allows actors to open
up and let loose. Especially
Kevin Kline and Joan Cusack.
Both give two of the best co-
medic performances of the
year.

In & Out 1s an out and out
comedy that should not have
audiences hiding in the closet
no matter what your lifestyle.

Sheriff ‘s
Office
hosts 3
events

By MARIA OREM
Herald Staff Writer

The Seminole County Sher-
iffs Office is sponsoring sev-
eral programs this weekend.
The Hot Shot'97 competition
will be held today at 4:30 p.m.
at Sanford Middle School, 1700
French Avenue. Sanford. The
competition will features chil-
dren s 9 to 14 shooting the
baske L. from various dis-
tances on. the eourt within a
90-second time limit,

The. winners will advance to
the county's championship
scheduled for Oct. 26 at Sem|-
nole Community College.

The second event sponsored
by the sheriff's office is an auto
prevention rally from 10 am
to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Ala-
faya Square Shopping Center
in Oviedo. The rally will feature
Vehicle Identification Number
etching by the sheriffs youth
deputies.

Each year, 1,300 vehicles are
stolen in Seminole County and
120,000 were stolen statewide.

A bicycle safety rodeo will be
held from 9 to 11 am. Satur-
day at Red bug Elementary
School, 4000 red Bug lake
Road in Casselberry. Deputies
will discuss bicycle safety and
the rules of the road, including
the recent law requiring chil-
dren under age 15 to wear hel-
mets.

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teaching them to wash their han
Michigan study found that kids who
wash their hands four or more times dur-
ing the school day had 24 percent fewer
sick days lost to stomach liinesses.
Two studies in Texas and Sweden sup-
port mammograms starting at 40, not
50. Researchers found highly treatable
ows of breast cancer in women unde

At the Mayo Ginicin Sooususle Arizona;
postsurgery patients complain:
severe headache. Research found out
why: with no breakfast, they missed the
caffeine in their morning coffee.

Despite the cholesterol in shrimp, it can
enjoyed in a heart-healthy diet.
Researchers found it raised HDL's (the
bad LDU, } ny 9

New brand of prenatal vitamins, Prenate

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Religion

IN BRIEF

Family Weekend

Sanford Church of Christ, 1500 S. Park Ave., will hold a
Family Weekend on Sept. 20 and 21 with Dennis Jones,
President of International Bible College in Florence, Alabama,
as the speaker for the event. Saturdays service will begin at 10
a.m. and will feature a cookout at noon.

Jones will again present a lesson Sunday at 9:30 a.m. and a
covered dish luncheon will be hosted following Bible classes.
For more information call the church office at 322-7781.

Power Team to perform

The First Baptist Church of Oviedo is sponsoring John Ja-
cobs and the Power Team on their visit to the Orlando area.
During the week of October 8 to 12 the Power Team will per-
form nightly at the UCF Arena at 7 p.m.

This national known team of power men will be at the First
Baptist Church of Oviedo during the regular morning services
starting at 8:15, 9:30 and 10:50 a.m. on Sun., Oct. 12. The
Power Team has the world's greatest exhibition of power,
strength, speed, inspiration and motivation in the world today.

The Power Team has been featured in People magazine,
CNN News, Weekly International Television Shows, and ap-
pearances in over seven different countries.

The event is the most radical program of ultimate intensity
that will be live in Orlando this year.

For more information call the church office at 365-2712.

Renewal ‘97

Lord of Life Fellowship Church, 395 Tuskawilla Rd., will host
Renewal ‘97, starting with morning worship at 10:30 a.m.,
Sun., Sept. 21 and continuing every evening from 7:30 p.m.,
Sept. 21 through Sept. 26. Renewal ‘97 promises to be a rare
opportunity for everyone to step back from the hustle of every
day life, reflect, reach out and heal. The excite-
ment begins Sept. 13, with a sky sign over Walt Disney
World during Night of Joy. Look for a banner over Tuskawilla
Road, Sept. 21 and a searchlight to point the way.

For more information call the church office at 365-6363.

Pastor anniversary

The public is welcome to help celebrate Zion Hope M.B.
Church's’ pastor's anniversary. Pastor Ellas Caffey will be
honored on Sun., Sept. 21 at 11 am. and at 3:30 p.m. The
church is located on the corner of Orange Avenue and 8th
Street.

Church activities

Allen Chapel AME Church, 1203 Olive Ave., is offering free
tutoring in reading and math skills for elementary students :
§ Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 4 to 6:30 p.m., Wednes-

‘day from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Middle school students Monday, Tues-
‘day, Thursday from 5 to 5:30 p.m. and Wednesday from 3:30 to
:30 p.m.
Youth church activities for ages 13 to 18 meet the first and
th Tuesdays of each month at 7 p.m. Parents attendance is
required at all meetings. Youth services are held on the fourth
Sunday of the month at 5 p.m.

The mass choir will have a rummage sale at the
Saturday, Sept. 13 from 9 am. to 3 p.m.

For more information call the church office at 322-6864.

Choir to perform

“The of Brorize™ (8a Central Florida community hand-
‘Bell ‘tholr formed In Séptémber of 1996. The. miisic director,
Ruth McDonnell, holds a degree tn Music Education and is the
&.''| handbell director &t' Ascension Lutheran Church, 351 Ascen-
.'| sion Dr., in Casselberry.

“The Magic of Bronze” will rehearse Tues. evenings from 7:30
to 9 p.m. at Ascension Lutheran Church and is open by audi-
tion to advanced ringers high school age and over. The 1997-
998 auditions are being held Sept. 9 at the church.

For more information call the church office at 699-7184.

ommunity Day
0 of Refuge Ministries Inc. will be sponsoring a
mmunity Action Day” on Sept. 20. It will be held at 1001
Ave. from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
mmunity Action Day will feature choirs, groups, dancers
various other activities. There will be a health tent to take
pd pressures and blood sugar tests free.
Food and unique items will also be featured. The public is
ted to attend.
For more information contact Pastor Dora Richardson at
324-4711.

‘Women’s Conference
House of Refuge Ministries will hold its annual Women's
. Conference on October 10 and 11. The theme for this year's
event is "Armed and Dangerous.”

The speakers are Pastor Sigi Oblander, Dr. Elizabeth Hair-
ston, Pastor Dennis Johnson, Dr. Dannetta Fishburne, Evan-
gelist Daisy McCastler and Atty. Susan Williams. The confer-
ence will be held at the Ramada Plaza Inn in Orlando.

Registration deadline is Sept. 14. For more information call
324-4711.

Men’s Bible Study

Each Monday at 7:30 p.m. Sanford Christian Church is con-
ducting a Mens Bible Study. Presently the study is looking into
the seven steps outlined in Promise Keepers. The study is
open to all men in the area.

Call 322-0980 for more information. The church is located at
730 Upsala Rd. in Sanford.

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church on

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Craft event set

The Dorcas Circle of Upsala Community Presbyterian
Church, 101 Upsala Rd., is planning an Arts and Crafts Event
on Sat., Nov. 1 on the church grounds. Crafters and artists are
needed to participate.

For more information call 321-5595.

Save labels

Sanford Church of Christ, 150C S. Park Ave., is working des-
perately to save Campbell soup, V-8 labels, Prego spaghetti,
Pepperidge Farms, Vlasic and Swanson labels to purchase a
church van. Members are short on funds so this alternative
method can help provide transportation for youth activities,
those unable to drive, running errands and visiting other
church functions.

Anyone wishing to help with this effort please send labels to
the church office at the above address at the zip code 32771 or
call the church office at 322-7781.

Jeannette Stiffey will also pick up labels from those desiring
to contribute. Please contact her at 322-8234. One million la-
bels are necessary so much help is needed to make this goal a
reality.

Commemoration
The Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, 2525 Oak Ave., will

are
ng a salad or dessert as carry-in items, the other
food items will be prepared at church.

Regular Sunday service and Sunday School are at 10:30
i! | a.m. each Sunday. Visitors are welcome. For more information
| call the church office at 322-2464.

Highlight: Music Director Ellizabeth Jenkins

By CARTER GILMARTIN
Herald Correspondent

Quick ! An employment rid-
dle. What job requires a college
degree, 38-45 hours per week
of your time, only allows you
four or five meals per week at
home, sends you to church six
times a week every weekend
and send you back three days

and three nights during the
week?

Can't guess?

Here's a clue.

It's Easter Sunday. Instead

of eating a nice dinner at home

with your family, you inhale a
can of tuna and two crackers,
sneaked between services, on
the back steps of the church,

No, not a pastor.

All right, we'll make it easy.

You have the voice of an an-
gel and the focus of a juggler.
You are fluent in Spanish,
English, Italian and French.

No? Try this.

Once upon a time you
dreamed of teaching music
theory to college students. In-
stead you now strive for new
ways to explain sharps and
flats, contrasts and crescen-
dos, to choir members who
may not read music.

That's it. Your job is Director
of Music and Liturgy at All
Souls Catholic Church in San-
ford.

Elizabeth Jenkins has been
in that job since 1990.

Father Tom Burns hired her
based on her earliest work at
St. Francis of Assissi in
Apopka. Father Richard Trout
has kept her at All Souls be-
cause he is a very wise man.

In 1990 two small choirs
sang at two masses on Sunday.
A cantor sang at the third
mass. Parishioners planned
the Saturday folk mass.

Today, there are two choirs
for the two Saturday masses.
There are three choirs and one
cantor for four Sunday masses,
one of which is in Spanish.

Music Director Elizabeth Jenkins

There are specialty groups
that perform monthly and at
special occasions: the chil-
dren's cholr, ages 6 to 11; the
youth choir, ages 12 to 17; the
children’s chimes; and the
gospel choir. Hence, the re-
hearsals three nights per week
and directing and accompany-
ing all weekend.

The three days per week are
spent researching and plan-
ning. She explains that her
goal for All Souls “is to make
the liturgy come alive through
scripture and song for the con-
gregation.”

At a recent rehearsal of the
gospel choir Jenkins encour-
aged members to “empty your
lungs, then take a deep breath”
that would last through eight
measures, to perfect phrasing.

At a rehearsal of the chil-
dren's choir, Jenkins managed
to mold 30 independent voices
into one choir by modeling.

Reflecting on birthdays

1 Editor's note;, The following poem

(1 A0g comments mers, retrieved from
the church bulletin from Central

i Baptist: Churchnwhere the minister
pastors,

dy SUSAN WENNER
Herald Stafl Writer

My sister, Dianne Blanton
lives in Texas. She Is very
dear to me although many
miles separate us and 11
years in age separate us. Re-
cently, she celebrated her
50th birthday and clearly she
will ring my neck for revealing
her age and possibly her
poem | wanted to remind
readers to not only think of
loved ones during important
days but everyday tell them
and show them you care.

Even though a birthday
pricked my thoughts I want
her to know how much I love
her and care about her and
how special she is. A poem
she wrote 10 years ago also
made me reflect on my own
upcoming birthday in October
and realize just how short life
really is.

On this eve of being 40.

I look back at the years.
My body seems so different,
but my mind is the same it

appears.

The card from my Momma,

recalling the day | was born;

seems so fast the years have
flown

from year one to 40 more.

And yet from 12 to 20

it took forever to
through.

Why is it 40 seems

an odd sort of shoe?

get

The best of all my memories

are of one I love the best

someone has been there
when

I was only a guess.

For no one even believed

us until that fatal day.

Sept. 13, 1947

two months before my due
date.

Should 1 have waited?
Seems I was in a hurry.

Boy 1 sure have slowed
down a lot .

40 years later I'm feeling

two months behind, that's
what.

But as I write this I just
want to say,

Thank you Momma for my
birthday !

Pastor speaks on
used

language

Someday the nursery rhyme

might read: “Piper Peter
packed a peck of peppered
pickles.”

In a world that seems to be
constantly changing, the Salt
and Pepper Association, make
that the Pepper and Salt As-
sociation, want to turn the
English language outside in.

Actually, the “cheek in
tongue” movement which is
based in Alabama, Birming-
ham, goes ‘down and up the
land, attacking the problem of
poor words that always come
in second place with “tongs
and hammer, left and right,
forth and back, nail and
tooth, thigh and hip and
hammer and arm,”

But not so in the kingdom of
God. Jesus said,” The last will
be first, and the first last.”
(Matthew 20:16) So many in
our world today want the top
spot, first place and the posi-
tion of honor; but Jesus said,
“Whoever desires to be first

among you, let him be your

Rev. Jimmy Dale Patterson

slave.” (Matthew 20:27) |

The way to be honored in
the kingdom of God is to take
the last place. John the Bap-
tist knew that when he said,”
He (Christ) must increase, but
1 must decrease.” (John 3:30)
May it be so with you and me,
or should I say “me and you'?
No, the English teachers
would come after me.

The children - some of whom
are too young to read- memo-
rize words to new songs by
repetition.

All this is accomplished with
skill and good humor.

Jenkins played clarinet in
band through high school.
She's been singing In and ac-
companying choirs since the
age of 13. While at the Univer-
sity of South Florida she
played lin and viola in the
orchestra. As a music major,
her principal instrument was
piano. Although she studied
French four years she says she
minored in Italian in college, "1
guess just because I got tired
of French.”

Fluency in Italian served her
well when she took the com-
bined All Souls Choirs to
Rome, Italy, last year. They
performed a concert at St. Ig-
natious and sang a mass at St.
Peter's. The choir was given

cine minute to sing tor rope
John Paul himself. Because of
Europe's love affair with gospel
music and because it is so
American identified they used
the full minute in gospel voice.

Jenkins’ husband, Phil, lent
his voice to the choir during
their Rome tour and in the
month long preparation.

He is band director at Lake
Highlands Preparatory School.

The couple met at University
of South Florida School of Mu-
sic where both graduated in
music. Their two daughters
study piano. Shannon, age 9,
sings in the choir. Kimberly,
age 13, sings in the choir and
plays oboe in her school band.

For relaxation and the pure
Joy of it, Jenkins listens to Ba-
roque string music and the gui-
tar music of Ottmar Lefbert.

She seems always to be el-
ther performing, planning, ar-
ranging or listening to music.
But she does take time for old
movies, Seinfeld, and catching
bargains at consignment shops
and garage sales.

Spanning ancient times, to
modern, her heroes reflect
Jenkins’ spiritual life. First,
she says St. Paul “for his faith
and perseverance.” Next, Billy
Graham, “for his sincerity and
faithfulness in spreading the
gospel all over the world.” Last,
Mother Theresa, “for her hu-
mility and desire to care for the
poor and sick of the world.”

This gifted and sptrit-filled
music director lives the Bibles’
teaching to “Make a joyful
noise unto the Lord.”

Every month at All souls
eight different music groups
raise their voices with hers,
singing praises.

It is as they “lift every voice
and sing” that all her years of
training and all their hours of
rehearsal come together and
create something new. Being
director of music and liturgy is
not just a job. Done well, it is a
work of art. And Elizabeth
Jenkins is the artist.

Members of Mt Sinai Baptist
Church recently celebrated their
groundbreaking for a new addition
and major renovation to the church
sanctuary . The event took place
on August 31 at 5 p.m. The church
officers and members along with

Mt. Sinai Church breaks ground

friends and well wishers were on
hand to witness this occasion. The
Rev. R.T. Davis was the speaker
for this time of joy. The Rev. An-
thony Miller is the pastor for the
church.

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PALMETTO AVENUE HOLY CROSS LUTHERAN FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH OF LAKE MARY . OF LAKE MARY
2626 Palmetto Ave., 760 Sun Drive, Lake Mary, FL 128 W. Wilbur Ave.
Sanford, FL 32773 Paul Hoyer Pastor Lake Mary, FL
3348 W. SR 426 (Aloma Ave.) Rev. Ron Williams Senior Pastor Saturday evening 530 p.m 407-321-1021
(Â¥% Mile off Greeneway Bro. Brian Hudson Assistant Pastor Contemporary Worship Rev. AF. Stevens Pastor
SR 417 Going East) Rev. Charies Simpson Sunday morning 8:00 am Church Prayer Meeting 15am
Oviedo, Florida Sunday School Superintendent Traditional Service Church School 9:45 a.m.
Yeon Fonsi Bro. Jay Williams Choir Director Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
: Bocot Common Prayer Brian Brown Youth Pastor Sunday moming 15am. Youth Group 6:00 p.m
day ces Bill Simpson Junior High Director temporary Worship Wed. Choir Practice 7:00 p.m.
am, Said Eucharist Rey Dennis Thomas Sunday morning 10:30am. Thurs. Youth Choir 630p.m
9:00am, Sunday School School Principal Family Worship Service
(all 8008) Early worship Service 9:00 a.m Nursery is provided at MARKHAM WOODS
10:00am Sung Eucharist Sunday School Classes 10:00 a.m 9:15 am. and 10:30 a.m. services PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
(Nursary A) Services) 2nd Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Sunday School for adults $210 Markham Woods Road
Servic Family Worship Service 8:00 p.m and children ®15am Lake Mary 407-333-2030
Daily Morning Prayer ~~ 830M. pic Woek Service ? Bible Classes Rev. Emest H. Flaniken Pastor
Wea Holy Eucharist 7:00 p.m. Childrens Club 715p.m Sunday evenings 700p.m. Sunday School, all ages 9:00 a.m
Holy Eucharist 12:00 noon Teen Impact 7:18 p.m Holy Cross Story Hour Preschool Church Services 8:004 10:30 a.m
A) Payer Book on Adult Bible Study 7-30 p.m For Information Call 407-333-0797 Nursery Provided
Days noon N for [ : Youth Group, Sunday 530 p.m
The Difference is Worth a mind hia GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL pro.School Mon. thru Fri. 910 12
The Distance independent - Baptist UTHER CHURCH Monty Family Night Supper
Bible Fellowship Wednesday
Assembly Of ELCA Each Month 630
God uBeRTY CHRISTIAN Scoot 2017 Otando Dr. wy. 1740 R pm
Phone 322.7312 WEKIVA PRESBYTERIAN
CORNERSTONE Sunday Schoo! CHURCH
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Adult Bible Study 930 am 211 Wekiva Springs Lane
181 NCounuy on Rd FIRS TAFT J} CHURCH Worship Service 10:30 a.m. , Phone: 869-1606
prosfuy hh 5195. Park Ave., Sanford, FL Nurswry Provided o Thaw . Dr. John A. Dalles
Rev. Ron Clouse Pastor 407-322-8041 Methodist Sunday School $304 oo am
Rev. John Pasiay Assoc. Pastor Dr. Wayne Harvey Sr. Pastor :
Sunday School @30am. Rev. Tom Smith Minister of CHRIST UNITED (Al ages) 9:45 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 am Sra Sr. Aduits ap MOIST CHURCH
Sunday Evening 8:00pm thia Wolfe Chiidren/Preschool
Wed. Family Night rpm Coordinator FA sous oa Kpuchart Dr. 4 CRA27) Seventh Day Adventist
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ursery Provided a oreit Mule Telephone (407) sa 10 OM
Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Sunday School am SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISY
FAMILY WORSHIP CEN Sun. Evening Worshi ’ i Inter-Mission 10:90 am CHURCH
1770 W. Airport SouTEn Wed Prayer Bre Study Sam Morming Worship 1100am 65615 Coney a ar
Sanford, FL 32771 Nursery Provided Bile ;
322.9222 Thursday 8630p m 407.322.7910
Jeff Kral an Pastor Methodist Youth Fellowship Sanu fron 15am
Sunday School CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Saturday 6:00 p.m ng Worship 11100 a.m
re Nam 310YW. 16151, Saniord Children’s Time included in Worship Prayer Meeting (Wed) 700 p.m
Wednesday Service 7:30 p.m «IN I-24 Rigi sing olor After Bible Sat) 115 p.m
Jimmy Dale Patterson Pastor and Sma SANFORD SEVENTH DAY
Jerry Fugate Assoc. Pastor “Smait Enough To Love You ~ ADVENTISTS
ASSEMBLY OF GOD Jack M. Thomas Minister of Music Growing in Christ To Serve You" 800 £. Second Street
WORSHIP CENTER Jim Pagan Minister of Youth FIRST UNITED Sanford, FL 32771
1515 W. Sunday School 30am. MET
Mewes San 1METWOURT CHURCH LLL
Sai xn Evening Worship stam 407.322.4371 Phone: (407) 788.1236
Nursery Provided . Prayer Service pm Exizabeth Fogle Miller Pastor Sabbath School 0am
407-323-8999 Danie! Seiler Choir Director Divine Worship "0am
Randa Hall- Walker Pastor FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Coltes Fetiowship a" +4 - Wednesdays 790p0.m
nday Sunday School PAS am The Church Where Faith
Christian 891 E SA 4M Youth Feliowship “pm Works Through Love
Education Class 1000am ph Women's Fellowship
Morning Worship 11:00am 1
Evening Worship i hopin So - First United Methodist Church, 419 S. Park Ave., Sanford Harais Photo by Tommy Vincent 15 oo? a“ 1100 a.m Spiritualist
Bible am nd Monday SPIRITUALIST CHURCH
Bible Study 700 p.m Worship 10:45 a.m 3 ARENESS, NSAC
thy > Worship am Christian Science Congregational Eastern Orthodox Non-Denominational wuss prayer sais + 0" Pp ANGE, Wide,
Friday Prayer 1:00 to 2.00 p.m Wedhusdsy Worshy ie wren FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST CONGREGATIONAL WORD OF LIFE tat Thursday 80am of Bates Road, Orlando
Radio Time 7:00-7 1s am she y - Sve Sciewmer, LONGWOOD CHRISTIAN CHURCH (NACCC) ST. JOHN'S EASTERN CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST Men's Fallouship Dinner Sunday Service 1030am
Monday through Markham Woods Road 2401 8 Park A # ORTHODOX CHURCH B18 Sanford Avan Ira Thursday 80pm Service 730 p.m
WTRR 1400 AM Comer of EE WILLIAMSON ROAD “7 Avo Sa ond £743 Country Club Rosd Santord, FL pind Hursery Provided Mini-rwadings 2n0 Sunday
Baptist CELEBRATION CHURCH 407.788.7708 Rev. Thomas P. Tkachuk Minister . "16v. Donald Betios Pastor 407-323-0048 GRACE UNITED ; September thry April
MARY Sunday: Church Service Sunday School $30.10:30 Church Phone “OT 3141 Eider Johnaaron Henderson Pastor Of more info cell 407.678.3688
126 W. Lakeview Ave and Sunday School 1000am. Worst oom: DivineLiturgy 10:00 a.m Sunday School Ahm METHODIST CHURCH Co-Pastors Rey. Jean Lerch &
WESTVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH Lake Mary, Florigs Wednesday 800 pm Youth Meeting Sun 00pm Sunday School 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 130 am 429 Country Clut: Rosd Rev. Ann Otzeiberger
4100 Paola Road 8A) “ 4073210210 Child Care Avaliable ot li Services wea Bible Study 716815 pm Confession By Appointment Wiling Workers 8.00 p.m Asia Mary. FL. U.C.B.8 SPIRITUAL CENTRE
, Florida Kevin Chubb Pastor Asading Room Faliowship Dinner 6:00 p.m rWem p, i 102-4 Aspen Ave
Ot. | coer Sinday Mosving rn Monday thr Saturday Ed Inter-denominational Foasany Sender Somer” typed Orange City, FL
Sunday School SE0am mw a. . 00 p.m " Evary last Saturday, 8.00 am BEARDALL AVE. CHAPEL Bitte Sh. Ppa Morning Worship 10:30-11:30e.m (Across from
Morning Worship 10:00 a.m Teaching Ministry 700 p.m Phone 407.3% 1265 Er Siu Branitane 002 Boardall Ave DOoctrine/Gralt Class Sun. Coffee Fellowship 11:20am. Bwe Springs Auto Wash)
Shurgiii ining 505 m ary tat i huday. 5 75 ngs pa 407.302.9202 Wednesday Sih Mathodie Youth 500 p.m garet Ann Schmidt Pastor
Wed. Prayer Service Tom Catholic . . urch Of Christ a Pastor Chilgren 6.00 par Wed yor - 60am Healing Service 10:00 a.m
LONGWOOD CHUNCH OF CHRIST: Morning Worship 10.00 a.m Sys pow TCM Wed Night Covered Dish 6:30 p.m Service 10:30 a.m
COUNTRYSIDE ALL SOULS CA 1018 Hwy. 1782 1 mi. N/O Hwy 434 Evening Service 600 p.m " TPM. Chancel Choir Wed 7:00 pm Thursday
RYSIDE 3ASTIY eg SA THcnec Crunch 323.5830, 609.0832, 9047863170 Episcopal Tuesday Evening oa. Bunda JOY. (ust Older Youth All Massage Service 730 p.m
Country Club Rd, Lake Mary, F priopy ' Sun. Worship 10:30 am. & 6 P.M Bible Study 700 p.m ri (2nd Fri. of wa, Monthy 1200 p.m on Ghitch F
Avery M. Long May.A Father Richard W 3 Past You are invited 10 visit, study, and IOLESIA CRISTIANA doy ng — rh to United Methodist Wan nd Set
L {ro M Dinner
Sunday 45am Sat. Vigh Masses “008530 pm. WOrShIp with us in the near future. A Rl pit 2009 Marquette Ave A a Foam nar bette 14 {nas oles Month) 8:00 a.m Ou man
Preaching & Worshiping 10:45am. Sun. Masses 74510308 12am TOY resting sways awaits Sanford, FL 32772 4th Sunomy Youth 0 o Modiat omen
Bible &0pm. Spanish Mass «008m, tort, 07-321.1707 5th Sunde Gan WY om Ord Sato oa Month 100m
Sharing Tem Confession Sat. 200-346 p.m. : OF Cvmist Rev. C Alfred Cote, J Duk Fonnes. oui i biPaster abvanus loeanons " Sharing a Qrowns
ed, Ba Fo Tro —_ wan BADMMY. iil gy from Young Lunes Clits 4 a EE TY pa oF Pen DOW O REI FS ——
THOMAS MORE CHAPEL Sunday Services 1030am & Holy Eucharist 730 am lercotes: Oracion y Etugion is. Sanford, 1 Nazarene
Traditions! Roman Catholic dots | ep m Hoty Eucharist Beg Bibiicos +980 p.m 07321 8380
Tridentine Lain Mass Sunday Bible Study 90am Tuesday 70am ns Servicio FHS Mudiion Pastor FIRST CHURCH
CHURCH 181 and Ind Sunday Wed. Bible Study 130 de Jovenes rpm Sunday School 10:00 a.m OF THE NAZARENE
601 East Airport Boulevard of sach month $00am. Minister - ny osm Domingo EscusisSibica #48am Moming Worship 1100 a.m 2681 Sanford Ave, Sanford, FL
Sanford, Florida 3277 Confessions hears before sa. Mass Phone 407) 327.5008 i Olio Evangelists. 100am, | Tustdty SibleSiudy 7:30pm 4073223122
¢ Office 223197 Located al the ny Prayer 30pm. John J. Hinton Pastor Church
Sunday o Pastor Church Of God Non-Denominational Sunday School Sirgen School 15am
Sunday School 2021 Orlando Dr , Sanford, FL ST. PETER'S Moni Youth & Children
Morning Worship 8am, 872: CHURCH OF GOD EPISCOPAL CHURCH FATHEIA WORD MINISTRIES Jewish opi bi "o% ’ - 60pm
BOTW. 22nd St, Sanford, FL The Rev. B.. Barge. Rector tian Resource Center
a Christian om som meerPunen ton OpameAouEnE NEI ean Unity
Mid-Week Worship 700 p.m. Rev. Wesley Baker Pastor aly Suche d 800am Bo E Sorta Ste Santor Lake Mary Community Center
Children's Church 700p.m Sunday School 45am tian Education Alay 0am 208 N. Country Club Rd. Lake Mars CHRIST CHURCH
Thursday Visitation 30pm. FIRST CHRISTIAN Morning Worship 10:50 am - All Ages 900 am Chiidran’s Fellowship (407) 324.3097 AY Presbyterian UNITY OF ORLANDO
(Discipies of Evangelistic Service 600 p.m Hoty Eucharist 10:00 a.m (ages 4.12; 1100am gone (407) 760-3729 5035. Orange Ave
16078. Sanford Ave. Sanford, Fi. Family Enrichment Children's Church 10:00 a.m Family Fatiowship, Rash Wosha Evouz. Fn FIRST PRESOYTE Oriando, FL 32801
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev, Dr. Martha Wednesgay 700 p.m Education Wing) Refreshments RIE Lar rig oF IY TEmAN CHURCH 407.422.8655
OF LAKE MARY 45am Seminole Trinity Nursery Begins at 9:00 am Wednesday on 5 aay Marth ’ Bet FORD Rev. Phil Schiseter Pastor
407-330-1071 Fax Gospel Sing Along 10:40 a.m Christian Through 10:00 a.m. Service Fellowship Meeting 7:30 p.m y Service 7:30pm wean 3 4 41h St Sunday #304 1100 a.m
h 1100 am Pre-School thru grade 12 Wed: Friday - Christian F day Sava Service & Park § Os Downtown Wed. Prayer Service 6:30 p.m
A Coffee Fellowship After Worship 07321212 Holy Eucharist 7:00pm Counseling 200500pm. oi cier Frigaya) 816 p.m Phos hind, Fl. Music by Coco Ramos
St A Are Welcome Hers Also Day Care Starts (Please call 328.4300 for appt) urday Sabbath Services 9.30 am 6 407-322-2662 .
Sunday School 9:00 Nursery Available at 1 year to Rav. Stave Michels ep. haan Schoutana ob ob Wesleyan
am, pr pe Pastor/Direcior Judaic Nursery School Programs Where We Know Your Name”
Sunday Worship nam 323 Full G information Cait in The Heart Of The City WESLEYAN CHURCH
Nurscay Bibla Study pm, SANURD SHMSTIA Foursquare ospel SEMINOLE CHURCH (407) 788-3729 or (407) 7720477 Sov Bruce B. Scott Pastor OF PAOLA
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CORNERSTONE LIVING PROOF TABERNACLE Lake Mary Center py " Sunday Morning Worship 10:00 a.m Santora, Po 277;
JORDAN 307 W. 1st St heater u an g 4 , FL
BAPTIST CHURCH Jos Caputo Youth Minister dpe 8 (Across from Albertson's) Nursery (Off 1-4 (Exit 51) West
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Bible School S00 am ord, (407) 3240199 Wednesday 6:00pm, Leonard O'Donnell Past
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September 19, 1997

FOOTBALL FEVER

Game of the week: semi-
nole (2-0, last week beat Pine
Ridge, 42-24) at Lake Howell (0-2,
last week lost to Oviedo, 20-14,
oT), 7:30 p.m.

By JEFF BERLINICKE AND KELLIE WERNER
Herald Staff Writers

Before the start of the season, many might
have thought that a scrimmage between Lake
Howell and Seminole would be a conference
blowout.

Lake Howell, last year's Seminole Athletic
Conference champion, added to Seminole's
seven losses last year and appeared to be poised
to repeat its showing at the state playoffs.

However, the Sliver Hawks lost 27-18 to Winter
Park in the first week of the season and last
week suffered a tough overtime loss to confer-
ence rival Oviedo.

There is a lot of talent on this team, however.
Jesse Hannon is a promising quarterback with a
strong weapon in his favorite receiver Victor
Nespeca. Running back Kawika Mitchell is also
off to a strong start for the Silver Hawks.

Seminole is also a different team this year

Lyman almost closed the gap on the ‘Noles
before falling 19-14 in the first week of play and
Seminole earned its second win in an emotional
game against coach Jim Worthington's former
team, Pine Ridge last week, 42-24.

Key to the Seminole offensive attack is
sophomore quarterback, Garrett Goldsmith who
hasn't used his great arm much yet this season.
Deon Howard and Joe Knight are the dominators
when the ‘Noles are In control. In addition, the
offense should get a boost this week with the re-
turn of Tim Raines at the wing back position.

On the other side of the ball, last week's return
of linebacker T.J. Martin and lineman Steve
Brown gives the Seminole defense quite a punch.

Now, the tables have turned and Seminole is
the undefeated team visiting a Silver Hawk team
that desperately wants to earn a mark in the win
column. In fact, Silver hawk coach Mike Bisceg-
lia hasn't started a season 0-2 in many years.

Lake Howell will have to make sure there are
no personal fouls (which plagued the team in the
first week) and that the turnovers from last week
are a thing of the past.

In order for Seminole to have its best start in
years at 3-0, the ‘Noles will need to continue
what they have been doing without simple mis-
takes.

If the Seminoles can bring the same excite-
ment to the game that they mustered last week,
they might have a chance to earn their second
conference win. There will be a Silver Hawk team
in their way, however, that needs a win badly.
Should they decide to fight for it, there will be
quite a battle in Winter Springs tonight.

Lake Mary (0-2, last week lost to
Lyman, 16-14) at Pine Ridge (0-2),
last week lost to Seminole, 42-

In the swim of things
Lake Mary boys, Lyman girls split dual meet

From Staff Reports

LONGWOOD _ It was a tale of two meets at the
Lyman High School pool on Thursday as the
Lake Mary boys’ team and the Lyman girls’ team
dominated their respective Seminole Athletic
Conference swimming matchups,

The Rams boys improved to 4-0 on the season
by winning every swimming event (11 victories
in all) and placing second in Diving to swamp
the Greyhounds 122-59.

The win was also the 100th dual meet victory
for boys’ head coach Fred Tyler at Lake Mary.

“This was another real good, outstanding
meet for the boys,” sald assistant boys and
girls’ head coach Renae Taylor. “They got solid,
top performances from Tim Bojanowskl inthe
100 breast, Brad Goembel in the 200 free and
Bryan Sweeney in the 200 individual medley.”

The girls were not as fortunate as they
dropped their first meet of the year and fell to 3-
1 on the season. The Rams are now 3-1.

The final score was 48-28 despite Lake Mary
winning 10 of the 12 events.

“It was a good meet,” sald Renae Taylor. “We
got solid veteran leadership from Kendel John-
son, Jacquie Beitel and Jennifer Taylor and Ka-
tie Quinn and Katie Mann continue to swim
great.”

Next up for the SAC schools will be the Lake
Brantley Invitational starting at 8:30 a.m. this
Saturday. Lyman will host Seminole and Winter
Springs in a tri-meet at the Lyman High pool
next Tuesday starting at 4 p.m. and Lake Mary
will host Osceola High School from Kissimmee
next Wednesday starting at 4:30 p.m. at the
Longwood Acquatic Center.

QVERALL
LAKE MARY 150, LYMAN 107

GIRLS
LYMAN 48, LAKE MARY 28
(Lake Mary finishers only)
200 Medley . 1. Johnson, Taylor, Quinn, Mann.
2:01.30; 3. Sargent, O'Connell, Powell. Keenan, 2:13.66
200 Free _ |. Katte Mann, 2:11.30; 3. Brooke Vestal,
2:22.49: 4. Emily Reardon, 2:27.51
200 Individual . |. Katie Quinn, 2:25.50; 2. Jen
nifer Taylor, 2:30.00: 4. Rhiannon Powell, 2:43.49
B50 Free Style « 2. Jacquie Beitel, 26.79; 3. Elizabeth Keely
27.89; 4. Kali Keenan, :29.18
Diving _ 1. Catherine Arledge, 25.20

1C0 Butterfly _ |. Kendel Johnson, 1:05.60; 2. Jacquie
Beitel, 1:14.60; 4. Tami Tarr, 1:17.90

100 Free _ | Katie Mann, :50.06: 2. Sarah Richardson
1:00.50: 3. Kali Keenan, 1:06.20

80 Free _ 1. Elizabeth Keely, 6:18.71: 2. Brooke Vestal,

6:24.28; 4. Emily Reardon, 6:33.13
300 Pree Relay _ 1. Johnson, Taylor, Beitel, Richardson
1:48.60; 2. Keenan, Voroziichak, Powell, Vestal, 1:50.49

100 Back _ |. Kendel Johnson, 1:05.60; 2. Sarah Sargent,
1:16.80; 4. Lindsay Pamler, 1:22 50

100 Breast | 2. Katle Quinn, 1:17.60; 3. Jennifer Taylor,
1:18.060: 4. Danielle C'Connell, 1:19.30

400 Relay _ 1. Mann, Keely, Quinn, Beftel, 4:00; 2. Vestal,
Reardon, Sargent, Tarr, 4:28,

BOYS
LAKE MARY 122, LYMAN 658
(Lake Mary finishers only)

200 Medley Relay _ |. Taylor, B. Sweeney, Kostowicz,
D'Arcy, 1:46.00: 4. 8. Sweeney, Ackerman, Bojanowski, Hut
ton, 2:05.00

200 Free _ 1.Josh Robinson, 1:56.00; 2. Brad Goembel,
2:00; 4. Andrew Rice, 2:23.90

200 Individual Medley _ 1. Bryan Taylor, 2:11.90; 2
Bryan Sweeney, 2:19.50: 5. Shaun Sweency, 2:35.50

80 Free _ 1. Jim Kostowicz, :21.74; 3. Austin D'Arcy,
25.40; 4. Stuart Barks, 25 80

Diving _ 2. Jason Presicy, 28.8

100 Butterfly _ |. Brad Goembel, 2:03.30; 3. Tim Bo
janowski, 1:06.90; 5 Shaun Sweeney, 1:20.20

100 Free Style _ |. Jun Kostowicz, (52.29; 2. Jake Robin-
son, (57.24: 4. Stuart Barks, 58.09

800 Free _ |. Josh Robinson, 5:19.60; 3. Charlton Hutton
6:27.11: 4. Andrew Rice, 6:58 66

200 Free Relay _ |. Kodlowicz, D'Arcy. B. Sweeney. Taylor,
1:33.5; 3. Goembel, Barks, Jo. Rob Ja. Rob
1:41.29

100 Back Stroke _ |. Bryan Taylor, 1:02.50; 2. Austin
D'Arcy. 1:06.10: 3. Jake Robinson. 1:11.60

100 Breast Stroke |. Bryan Sweeney, 1:00.30; 2. Tim
Bojanowski, 1:10.30; 5 Andrew Ackerman, 1:22.00

400 Free Relay _ | Jo. Robi . Ja. Rob . Barks,

Goembel, 3:49.90. 3. Hutton, Rice, Ackerman, Bojanowsk!,

SEMINOLE'’S FUTURE STARS

Rams
win
titanic
battle

“From Staff Reports -

LAKE MARY _ The top two girls’
volleyball programs in the Semi
nole Athletic Conference over the
past decade got together for an.
other classic matchup at Lake
Mary High School Thursday night.

And the Rams and Oviedo did not
disappoint the crowd as the two
squads battled tooth and nail be-
lore Lake Mary survived with a pair

of extra point, 16-14, 16-14, game
victories to run its record to 11-0
on the season.

“It was a real good match,” said
Lake Mary head coach Cindy

24), 7:30 p.m.

The Rams come In on the footsteps of two
heartbreaking opening losses, while Pine Ridge
tries to fight back after a couple of their own.

The Sparks, Seminole Soccer's first Under-12 travel
team, wili venture to Jacksonville for the First Coast Labor
Day Shootout Tournament. Members of the team are (left
to right, front row) Katie Gillett, Chioe Dickman, Paige
Murray, Keilee Rush, Elena Miotkowski, Katie Szymanski,

{middie row) Emily Yero, Caitlin Mason, Keisey Harness,
Christine Darby, Jessica Magluta, Arden Caneza, Alex
Butera, Dawn Winslow, (back row) Praveen Singh, Tom
Sells, Andy Szymanski, Natalie Haerens and Nicole
Coplin,

The Rams had a golden opportunity to win at
Lyman last week before fumbling at the one-foot
line with time running out. The loss makes it five
straight for the Rams dating back to last season.

See Football, Page 2B

File Photo

While Lake Brantley still relies on the option for its of-
fense, players like Eric Lawrence give the Patriots a
new found passing option for quarterback Brian Criswell.

Henry. “There were a lot of really
See Rams, Page 2B

What a difference a week makes

Romps

From Staff Reports

K&L Lawn 1001000 _ 2 8

at
Chase

From Staff Reports

SANFORD _ The romps con-
tinued in the Sanford Recrea-
tion Department Men's Thurs-
day Night Chase Park Fall
See Chase, Page 2B

The final

SANFORD _ Unlike the first week of the season the
second week of the Sanford Recreation Department
Men's Thursday Night Pinehurst Park Slowpitch
Softball League turned into a series of routs.

Sanford Central Baptist Church broke open a
close game by scoring five runs in the bottom of the
sixth inning and handed K & L Lawn its first loss of All
the season 10-2.

Things then got out of hand as All Souls Catholic
Church of Sanford erased a 3-1 deficit by scoring
nine runs in the third inning and adding another
seven runs~in the fourth inning and going on to
pound EZ] Discount 20-6.
game was more of the same as ADAPCO
scored 13 runs in the bottom of the first inning and
costed to a 20-5, 4-plus inning victory over SEL

S.Y.F.A. wins three
of five in Deltona

Special to the Herald

The Sanford Youth Football Associa-
tion scored three impressive wins Sat-
urday against the West Volusia Wolves
at the Deltona High School Football
Stadium.

The first to win were the Mighty-
Mites with a 19-0 shutout: Dirk Ken-
drick, Gregory Priett, Okoye Manley
and Alvin Johnson all had great games
for the winner's. ;

The Junior Pee Wee's were not as
fortunate, dropping a 13-0 decision to
the Wolves. The e was still In
doubt until the final minute when they
Wolves scored an insurance touch-
down. Toby Martin, Travis Norvell and
Nick Martin played well for Sanford.

The Pee Wee's must have been in-
spired to avenge their little brothers’

loss as they whipped the Wolves 32-0.
The brother combination of Clifford
and Earnest Manley as well as Joel
Seyforth and Brodie Martin worked
well on defense, while Kendrick Knight
came off the bench in the third quarter
to rack up over 200 yards rushing in

just two qurters of play.

Julius Griffen had a spectacular day
for the Junior Midgets s he tossed
three touchdown passes in a 32-13 vic-
tory. Jamal Tennon came up with an
interception, while Terrence Poindex-
ter, O.B. Talley and Willie Anderson
also had outstanding games.

The Midget squad was humbled 42-6.
Reno Williams, Demetrick King and
Victor Blue made some big plays for
the Sanford Squad.

Tomorrow Sanford will play at home,
hosting Lake Conway at Thomas E.
Whigham Stadium starting at 8 a.m.

Sanford Central Baptist Church 023 006x _1013

All Souls Catholic Church of Sanford 109 73 _20 19
EZ1 Discount 30021_6 9
SEI 02008 _5 7
ADAPCO (13)60 1x _2018

Souls and Central Baptist are both 2.0,
ADAPCO and K & L Lawn are both 1-1 and EZ1]
Discount and SEI are both 0-2. i

Next week the tied teams all play each other. At
6:30 p.m., EZ1 Discount and SEI battle for fourth
place; ADAPCO and K & L Lawn compete for second
place at 7:30 p.m.; and Central Baptist and All Souls
square off for the top spot at 8:30 p.m.

Providing the offense were:

See Pinehurst, Page 2B

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IN BRIEF

Magic exhibition game tickets

ORLANDO _ Tickets for the Orlando Magic
1997 exhibition games are on sale. All exhibi-
tion games will be played at the Orlando Arena.

The schedule is: October 14 _ San Antonio
Spurs, 7:30 p.m.; October 17 _ Miami Heat, 7:30
p.m.;: October 21 _ Boston Celtics, 7:30 p.m.:
October 26 _ Houston Rockets, 7 p.m.

Exhibition game ticket prices are: $16, 822,
$31 and $40. They can be purchased at the Or-
lando Arena Box Office and at all TicketMaster
locations, or by calling TicketMaster at (407)
839-3900, Tickets also can be purchased via the
Internet at TicketMaster.com.

Flag coaches needed

SANFORD _ The City of Sanford Recreation
and Parks Department is still looking for two
coaches to head up flag football teams in the
youngest (7-9) age group.

Tim Raines is a Sanford native and Seminole
High School graduate now playing for the New
York Yankees. His stats for the 1997 season is
in the first column, personal-best season
totals in the second column and current career

RAINES GAUGE
CATEGORY

totals (including 1997 games) in the third
column.

Raines was O-for-1 as a late replacement as
the Yankees failed to clinch a playofl spot in a
9-7 loss to the Detroit Tigers Thursday.

Tim Raines

Pinehurst

Continued from Page 2B

Central Baptist: three hits _ Jefl Berryhill
(two runs, RBI); two hits _ Mike McCoy (run,
RBI), Todd Christensen; one hit _ Asa Evans
(double, run, two RBI), Jay Crutchfield (two
runs, RBI), Doug Luce, Mike Hartman, Jack
Doyle (one RBI each). Ken Perry (run): one run _
Mike Schwarz, Bill Rex, James Kincaid.

K & L Lawn: three hits _ B.J. Osborne
(double, run); two hits _ Noy Rivers (run); one
hit _ Ronnie McNeil (RBI), Bobby McPherson,
Ty Koke; one RBI _ Dave Goff.

All Souls: three hits _ Chris Bryson (triple,
three runs), Pat Larkin (double, two runs, four
RBI), Scott Ritenour (three runs, two RBI); two
hits _ Matt Keller (run, three RBI), Jim Ader,
Joe Santora (two runs scored and one RBI
each), Pete Holt (three runs); one hit _ Don
Macher (triple, two runs, four RBI), Pete
Baskauskas (run, RBI); one run, one RBI _ Pat
Giffin.

Chase

EZ1 Discount: two hits _ Jason Bender (triple,
double, two runs, RBI), Bill Cogburn (two
doubles, two RBI): one hit _ Jason Flanagan
(double, RBI), Michael Taylor, Chad Ansley (one
run scored each), Jamie Pitzer, Nate Fakess;
one run, one RBI _ John Lugering; one run _
Tony Taylor.

ADAPCO: three hits _ Chip Smith ( home run,
triple, double, two runs, four RBI); two hits _
Javier Camacho (home run. double, two runs,
four RBI), John Neubert (double, three runs, two
RBI), Terry Atkinson (double, run, two RBI), Bill
Michaels (run, RBI); one hit _ Chris Crouse
(triple, run, RBI), Larry Dillon (double, three
runs, RBI), Bobby Brown (double, RBI), Billy
Williams (two runs); one run, one RBI _
Leist, Donny Cerce; three runs _ Chris Pilcher.

SEI: one hit _ Omar Pabon (double,run), Pete
Quinlan (RBI), Terry Elmeier, Vernon Ford (one
run scored each), Jose Gonzalez, Don Basti,
Greg Llana; one run _ Ken Crossland, Larry

Continued from Page 1B.

Softball Léague as the winnin
teams “Combined to score pt
runs and give up only one.

Beer :30 used a pair of big in-

Howe.
“Donnie McCoy; one hit _ Tony
Sl itch Blake 00010 _1 9
owpite al 3S Boys Soe 1 13 - Johns pun), Joel Lipscomb,
Franklin Bail Bonds. iacekd 23 Bonds: four hits |
Power Team 0000x _ 0 2 Craig Merkerson (home run,

triple, double, two runs, five

nings, a five-run first and a six-
run third, and costed to its sec-
ond victory of the year, 13-1
over Blake's Boyz in five in-
nings.

Stooges also improved to 2-0
and did it the easy way as the
Syndicate did not show up and
handed the winner's a 7-0 forfeit
victory.

In the late game, Cragi Merk-
erson hit for the cycle as
Franklin Bail Bonds opened its
season with a 20-0, four-plus
inning thrashing of the Power
Team, which only got two sin-
gles.

Beer :30 and Stooges are both
2-0 and Franklin Bail Bonds is
1-0. Completing the standings
are Blake's Boyz (1-1), Bill
Heard Chevrolet (0-1) and The
Syndicate and the Power Team
(both 0-2).

Next week, The Syndicate
plays Bill Heard Chevrolet at
6:30 p.m.; Beer :30 battles
Franklin Bail Bonds at 7:30
p-m.; Stooges takes on Blake's
Boyz at 8:30 p.m. and the
Power Team has the bye.

Denton (double,

man (double,

Marshall.
Schaefer

Rams

up.”

Providing the offense were:
Beer :30: three hits _ Keith

RBI): two hits _ Jerry Governale
(double, two runs), Mark Clat-
terbuck (two runs, RBI), Mark
Huaman (two RBI), Mike Papoi
{two runs); one hit _ Mark Hoff-
two runs, RBI),
Kelly Denton (run, two RBI),
James Thompson (two RBI),
Clancy Wallace (run); one run _
Rich Jablonski; one RBI _ Mike

Blake's Boyz: two hits _ Jim
(RBI),

RBI); three hits _ Nakia Roberts
(triple, three runs, two RBI),
Raymond Hartsfield (two RBI);
two hits _ Tony Hollie (triple,
two runs, two RBI), Tony Smith
(three runs, RBI); one hit _ Cal-
vin Davis (home run, two runs,
two RBI), Myriel Reid (double,
run, two RBI), Willie McCloud
(two runs, RBI), Shay Burnside
(run, RBI), Arthur Barnes, Her-
man Talley, Burnett Washing-
ton, Greg Hardy (one run scored
each), Steve Dennis.

Power Team: one hit _ Stacy
Bilz, James Avilies.

two runs, two

Keith Acree,

Continued from Page 1B

long, hard fought
points. In the first game we got
a nice lead (13-6) and then
couldn't score for awhile and
then in the second game we got
behind and had to play catch-

Jeannie, Manz led the Rams
with a school record 20 kills,

while Jackie Van Looven had 28
assists. Stephanie Dale turned
in another strong performance
with nine kills.

The Lake Mary varsity will
step out of conference play and
travel to Middleburg tomorrow
to take on a pair of Jacksonville
area t before returning to
SAC action at Winter Springs
next Tuesday,

All games are played on Saturday mornings.
Interested persons should call 330-5697 for
more information.

Penny Hardaway Golf Classic

ORLANDO _ Orlando Magic All-Star guard
Penny Hardaway will host the first-ever An-
fernee “Penny” Hardaway Golf Classic the week-
end of September 27-28 at the Isleworth Coun-
try Club in Orlando.

The event will benefit the Boys and Girls Club
of Central Florida and the Edgewood Children's
Ranch.

Among the celebrities expected to attend are
New York Knicks forward Charles Oakley:
“Family Matters" television star Jaleel White,
Grammy winner Johnny Gill and NBA Hall of
Famer Julius “Dr. J" Erving.

On Saturday, Sept. 27, there will be an "All-
Star” Pairings Party at the Hard Rock Cafe from

7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

On Sunday. Sept. 28, the tournament will be
held with registration and breakfast at 8 a.m.,
tee off and tournament at 9 a.m., and an awards
dinner at the Renaissance Orlando Resort from
7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

For information contact RDV Sports at (407)
649-1073.

Syivan Lake Park Tennis

SANFORD _ Sylvan Lake Park's next six-week
tennis session has begun and will run through
October 25. Tiny Tots (5-7), Juniors, Adults and
Senior classes are available weekdays and Sat-
urdays (mornings, afternoons and evenings).
Classes are $30 for the six-week session and is
limited to eight players. Call 322-6567 to regis-
ter.

Doubles round robins are held every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7 p.m. to
10 p.m. No registration is required and interme-
diate to advanced level players are welcome to

participate, Cost is $3 per person and tennis
balls are provided at the park.

Private, group lessons and team clinics are
als offered.

Call 322-6567 for details on any Sylvan Lake

Park tennis offering.

Solar Bears exhibition tickets

ORLANDO _ Tickets for the Orlando Solar
Bears first-ever exhibition game to be held Sep-
tember 23rd are now on sale. The game, which
begins at 7 p.m., is against the Houston Aeros.

All seating is general admission. Adults ages
15-54 play just $8, and children ages two to 14
and senior citizens over 55 pay just 85. All pro-
ceeds benefit the new Orlando Solar Bears
charity foundation.

For ticket information call (407) 428-6600.

Seminole Booster Club golf
SANFORD _ The Seminole High School
Booster Club Golf Tournament will be held, Fri-
day, October 17th, at Alaqua Country Club.
Cost is $100 per person.
Contact Brenan Asplen at 320-5102 for more

information.

Historic racers at Daytona

DAYTONA BEACH _ Historic Sportscar Racin,
(HSR) and Daytona International Speedway will
host an all-vintage racing weekend October 3-5
for the first time in the 39-year history of the
Speedway.

Some of the most famous and rare sports cars
from the 1960's, 1970's and 1980's and NASCAR
Winston Cup stock cars from the 1970's and
1980's will return to the famous high banks of
Daytona.

Highly-recognizable racing personalities wil
be competing, including five-time Rolex 24 At
Daytona champion Hurley Haywood and current
Trans-Am Series champion Tom Kendall,

Please contact the Speedway at (904) 947-
6787 for information.

Newcomer Ste

Jay ges i

Football

Continued from Page 1B

Robbie Randall is having a big year so far at
tailback, grinding out 199 yards on the night
but he has to learn how to hold onto the ball.
Quarterback Cory Cooper and receiver Tim
Spivey have been the county's top passing tan-
dem, racking up four touchdowns already.

On defense, the Rams have been disappoint-
ing, giving up loads of yardage despite a strong
returning class, Cam Carter and Mike Steven-
son are among the leaders of the Rams’ defen-
sive attack.

Pine Ridge wanted last week's game bad. The
Panthers lost to Seminole, 42-24 and the ‘Noles
are lead by Jim Worthington, who coached the
past three seasons at Pine Ridge. The Panthers

bitterness all week and showed a lot
sounded last week.
r leads the Panther of
th are running backs
ith xander.

= - a
The game will be played at Deland's Spec
Martin Stadium, the panthers’ home until their
on-campus facility is ready.
It is also the third straight road game for Lake

Mary.

Edgewater (1-1, last week lost to
Apopka 38-16), at Lyman (1-1,
last week beat Lake Mary, 16-
14), 7:30 p.m.

The Greyhounds pulled off one of the biggest
wins in coach Larry Baker's tenure last week,
with a dramatic 16-14 win over Lake Mary.
Quarterback Brian Krause had a steady per-
formance against Lake Mary and the Grey-

hounds could be 2-0 if not for a tough loss at
Seminole in the opener. Tarik McCall and Brad
Harris are the real weapons for the Greyhounds
and Harris was the key in last week's win.
Lyman kicker Mark Lewis is having a big year
and nailed two kicks over 40 yard, last week, in-
cluding the game winner.
er is 2-0 after a loss to Apopka that
followed an opening come-from-behind win over
Lake Mary. Quarterback Brian Coates is the
leader of the Edgewater attack and he has time
to set behind an mountainous offensive line.
Maurice White is having a major year at tailback
and will be playing on Saturdays next fall.

Bramlett, Burkett claim Florida PRO victories

Special to the Herald

BITHLO _ The big feature at Orlando Speed-
. World last Friday t was the Florida Pro Late
Model 125 Series...That's 125 laps of super Late
Model action and action it was as 25 cars took
the green and major maylays occuring through-
out the race! 3
The first of many happened in turns 3 and 4
as they all seemed to pile up sending several
into the pits for repair,

The next bad crash took Wayne Jefferson out

of competition as he got “loose” in turns 1 and 2
and flipped.
As the race progressed a few more cautions,
but none serious, occured and and in the end it
was a winning night for Scott Bramlett as he led
green to checker avoiding all the obstacles and
home the “Big” money! In the top five it
was Bramilett, Rob Underwood, Lee Faulk, David
Pletcher and Tuffy Hester. :

Other winners were Earl Becnker in Limited
Late Models, Eddie Hartin in Modifieds, Dan
Zukoski in Sportsman, Conrad Grenier in Mini-
Stocks, Carl Peters in Bombers, Jason Hall in
Run-A-Bouts and Gary Ingram in Four-Cylinder
Bombers. i

Tonight, The American Race Trucks, Classic
Race

will be run in addition to the regular pro-
gram of Late Models, Limited Late Models,
Modifieds, Sportsman, Mini-Stocks, Bombers,
Run-A-Bouts and Four-Cylinder Bombers.
NEW SMYRNA ACTION

SAMSULA _ It was night number two of the

doubleheader weekend for the Florida Pro Late

s and a Classic Race Car Powder Puff
. (08) Rob Ui

Model 125 Series last Saturday night at New
Smynra Speedway!

A field of 24 cars qualified with Bobby Cole on
the pole. ‘

But after a series of cautions, the race came
down to a battle between Orlando's David Ro-
gers and Longwoood's Ronnie Burkett with
Burkett taking thecheckers ahead of Rogers,
Tony Ponder, Rob Underwood and David
Pletcher. *

Other class winners were Osteen’s Bobby
Sears in Limited Late Models, Jerry Symons in
Modifies, Butch Pierce in Sportsman, Richard
Clouser in Bombers, Bob Doxie in Mini-Stocks
and Jason Hall in Run-A-Bouts. ;

Tomorrow night, The American Race Trucks,
a Sportsman 30-Lapper, a Run-A-Bout 20-
Lapper, and a Racing Go Karts feature will be
run along with Late Models, Limited Late Mod-
els, Modifieds, Mini-Stocks and Bombers.

For FASCAR RACE information at either track
call (407) 568-1367 (Orlando) or (904) 427-4129
(New Smyrna). Information can also be ob-
tained by faxing (904) 426-1611 or onthe in-

ternet at WWW. NEWSMYRNASPEEDWAY.COM.

RESULTS
ORLANDO SPEEDWORLD
SEPTEMBER 12
FLORIDA PRO LATE MODEL _ 1. (22) Scott Bramlett; 2.
; 3. (12) Lee Faulk; 4. (74) Dave Pletcher;
5. (77) Tuffy Hester; 6, (99) Pete Orr; 7. (15) Tony Ponder: 8.
(41) Jeff Williams: 9. (37) Bobby Coyle; 10. (27) Rob :

11. (01) Bobby Newton; 12. (51) Jacob Warren: 13. (11)

Wayne Jefferson: 14. (92) J Briits; 15. (74) David L.
Pletcher; 16. (57) ; 17. (54) Tuck Trentham;
18. (65) Dale Mabry; 19. (91) Bob Hicks; 20. (97) Kent Bis-
sell; 21. (6) Derrick ; 22. (7) Debbie Santo; 23. (19)

Kelly.
James Powell; 24. (53) Richard Till; 25. (36) David Russell.

LIMITED LATE MODEL _ 1. (3) Earl Beckner; 2. (67) Chad
Allman; 3. (21) Von Pope; 4. (9) Bobby Scars: 5. (01) Jason

Boyd.
FLORIDA MODIFIED _ 1. (5) Eddie Hartin; 2. (2) David
Hartin; 3. (92) Ted Head: 4. (55) Shain Held: 5. (67) Darren

SPORTSMAN _ 1. (77) Dan Zukowski: 2. (2) Glen Carter:
3 (57) Butch Pierce; 4. (21) Kerry Bellflower; 5. (93) Shawn

urphy,

MINI- STOCK _' 1. (01) Conrad Grenier; 2. (73) Brian Bel-
Jaw. 3. (97) Kelly Jarrett: 4. (5) Pedic Allison: 5. (00) Ron

BOMBER _ i. (1) Cari Peters; 2. (50) Jeil Wright; 3. (0)
Bobby Owens: 4. (97) Jeff Crawford: 5. (57) Chad Pierce.
RUN-A-BOUT _ 1. (00) Jason Hall; 2. (74) Tim Weathers; 3
(X89) Kenny Watson: 4. (10) Brian Dussett; 5. (13) Phil Cox.
BOMBER _ 1. (74) Gary Ingram; 2. (21X)
Mike Dahm: 3. (27) Scott Tyler: 4. (45) Curly Tarpley: 5. (55)
David Shortt,

NEW SMYRNA SPEEDWAY
SEPTEMBER 13
FLORIDA PRO LATE MODEL _ 1. (31) Ronnie Burkett; 2.
(11) David Rogers; 3. (15) Tony Ponder. 4. (09) Rob Under-
wood; 5, (75) Dave Pletcher; 6. (41) Jeff Willams; 7. (54)
Tuck Tr : 8. (22) Scott Bramleit; 9. (99) Pete Orr; 10.

entham; 8.
* (2) Jefl Emery; 11. (16) Bruce Lawrence: 12. (74) Davki i.

Pletcher; 13. {48) Rick Carlton; 14. (36) David Russcll: 15.
(27) Rob Elting; 16. (92) Jimmy Britis: 17. (7) Debbie Santo;
18. (12) Lee Faulk: 19. (51) Jacob Warren; 20. (57) Doyle
Boatwright; 21. (23) Johnnie Gazdacko: 22. (1) Bobby New-
ton; 23. (37) Bobby Coyle: 24. (19) James Powell.
LIMITED LATE MODEL _ 1. (9) Bobby Sears; 2. (67) Chad
Allman; 3, (41) Ronnie Rucks; 4. (31) Paul Colgan; 5. (42)

Mark Tracy.
FLORIDA MODIFIED _ 1. (57) Butch Pierce; 2. (72) Bobby
Gonzalez; 3. (17X) Kathy Gainey: 4. (6) Glen ;
Ton Lufcy. i
MINI-STOCK _ 1. (2) Bob Doxde: 2. (01) Conrad Grenier; 3.
(71) Ted Vulpius; 4. (5) Jared Allison; 5. (9) Dale Casteel.
BER _ 1. (8) Richard Clouser; 2. (57) Chad Pierce; 3.
(90) Gary Vivian: 4. (18) Ron Adams; 5. (99) Greg Sayler.
RUN-A-BOUT _ 1. (00) Jason Hall; 2. (1) Gary Higdon; 3.
U3) doe Copeland; 4. (27) Joe Woodberry; 5. (96) Timmy
orton.

Winter Park (1-1, last week los
to Dr. Phillips, 35-14) at Ovied
(2-0, last week beat Lake Howel
20-14 O.T.), 7:30 p.m.

Last week. the Lions pulled off one of the big-

st wins In years, defeating Lake Howell in
ront of a crowd that charged the field at the
end of the overtime win. Oviedo is in the Semi-
nole Athletic Conference and District 4 driver's
seat at 2-0, led for the lead with Seminole.

Running back Jamie Scott has a couple of
touchdowns already and new quarterback Josh
Cullen has been steady. Coach Greg Register is
new but has already put his imprint onto the
Oviedo program.

At Winter Park, the Wildcats are coming off a

big loss to Dr. Phillips after an opening win.

Quarterback Brian Blankenship is a second-

team all-Orange County selection and has a

perfect connection in tight end Zac Yarbr
Running back Lee Hall 1s egming off a 104y
night for the Wildcats. «... :

Sarasota (0-2, last week lost to
Fort Pierce Westwood, 29-3 at
Lake Brantley, last week lost to
Deland, 24-19), 7:30 p.m.

Lake Brantley coach George Clayton is still
looking for his first win after taking over for
Fred Almon. The Patriots, as usual, keep the
ball on the ground and Ryan Pagan is the man
that gets the call. He and quarterback Brian
Criswell have each pulled off some big plays but
not enough as the Patriots are off to their worst
start in years.

Center Jess Lipsey is expected back in the
lineup tonight after missing a cov: i*'s of games
to injury.

Sarasota makes the bus ride, tra.li:lonally one
of the toughest teams in the state. Last week,
though, the Sailors fell 29-3 to Fort Plerce
Westwood. Aaron Cheesman is the new quar-
terback, replacing John Patella.

Legal Notices | Legal Notices
NOTICE OF LAKE MARY
COURT POLICE DEPARTMENT'S
EIGHTEENTH JUDICIAL INTENDED DISPOSITION OF
: hard 4. Sears iii
CASE NO. 97-2847-CC-20-2 EE
Florida Statute 705.103(2)(b)1,
BERT, of his intention to dispose of
& SIMMONS, PA. certain property described as
Plaintiff, | follows:
E. MILLER, Backpack, red & clothing
YVONNE J. MILLER, Bicycle, bik, 18"
oa NAL ROBERTS, Bicycle, i. bius, girs Ph
RUDOLPH ROBERTS, 10-spd
etc. ot al, Bicycle, Graf: boy
THE STATE OF FLORIDA TO: Bicycle, maroon, facies, 20°
THE ESTATE OF wibasket
EE acrtun | dca mmriors.
that STENSTROM, 10-spd. >
COLBERT, WHIGHAM & SIM- | Bicycle, pink, girls
, PA. has filed a | Bicycle, red, Boys, 24",
Complaint for Interpleader pur- | 10-spd.
suant to 1, Fla. Stat., in | Bicycle, tan, 10”
the Court of Seminole | Bicycle. tan, girls. 26°, 3-spd
County, Florida, and you are Bicycle, boys, 15-spd.
Toduiree to Surve a sopy of your Cr re: Moin
defenses, if any, on | Infant carseat
WILLIAM E. REISCHMANN, JR., | iron ni
ESQUIRE, of STENSTROM, | Keys :
MCINTOSH, COLBERT, WHIGH- | Phone, cellular
AM 3 ROM, PA. | Saw, reciprocating
Attorneys Plaintiff, whose. | Sleeping bag
address is Post Office Box Statue, parrot
4848, Sanford, Florida 32771, | Suitcase & clothing
and file the original with the | if not claimed by the rightful
clerk of the above-styled court owner by the 13th day of
on or before October 20th, | October, 1997, the Chief
1997, otherwise a default and | intends to donate said property
ultimate judgment will be | to various charitable organiza-
entered against you for the | tions. Persons wishing to clai
relief demanded in the |property believed to be theirs
Complaint; do so by making request
WITNESS my hand and official pig BB Bpii- Bg
seal of said court on the 15th | Department. 7 i
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Attorneys for 236 Rinehart Road
Publish: September 19, 26, and Lake Mary, FL 32773
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Sanford Herald, Sanford, Floriaa - Friday, September 19, 1997 - 38

Mr. and Mrs. George
Sawczuk of Sanford, an-
nounce the engagement of
their daughter, Janet
Pauline, to Wayne R.
Chapman, son of Ms.
Sheila Chapman of Mar-
gate, N, J.

The bride-elect is a 1986
graduate of Seminole High
School and is a former
dancer with Ballet Guild of
Sanford-Seminole. She is

currently employed as a
professional dancer and is,

Janet Sawczuk,

appearing in the show, Wayne R. Chapman
“Jubilee,” at Bally's, In
Las Vegas, Nev. rant at the Monte Carlo

Her flance, a graduate of
Atlantic City High School,
Atlantic City, N. J., is em-
ployed as assistant man-
ager of the Itallan restau-

Casino in Las Vegas.

The wedding will be an
event of Nov. 22, at the
Embassy Suites, Orlando-
North, Altamonte Springs.

’ i ———— — a BR QI
Blood Bank seeks donors
Central Florida Blood Bank is asking donors of all types of

blood - especially O-type donors - to donate at its Sanford
branch, 1302 E. Second St. For triformation, call 322-0822.

TOPS

TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Chapter #621 meets every
Monday at the Sanford Alllance Church, 1401 S. Park Ave.,
Sanford. Note new hours: in is from 11 to 11:30 am., and the
meeting is from 11:30 am. to 12:15 am. For information, call
322-3130 or 324-5541.

Sanford Rotary Club
Rotary Club of Sanford meets every Monday at noon, at the
Marina Hotel.

Employment Opportunities for Seniors
An employment program sponsored by AARP Senior Com-
munity Service Employment Program is held at the Sanford
National Guard Armory, 915 E. First St., Monday through Fri-
day. Interview hours are 8 am. to 1 p.m. Telephone: 324.8008
The program assists seniors, 55 and over, to return to the

work place.
Cancer Support Group

Support, Hope and Recovery, S.H.A.R., meets every Monday
afternoon at 5 p.m. at Central Florida Regional Hospital in the

Is fruit juice harmful to kids?

Fruit juice is a healthy bev-
erage, providing calories while

being low in fat and high in vi- |}

tamin C and some minerals.
However, several studies pub-
lished recently have contended
that fruit juice consumption in
large amounts could be harm-
ful for young children,

In a study conducted in up-
state New York, reported in
January 1997, seven-day food
records of 2 and 5-year olds
were collected, along with the
children's height and weight.
Children consuming 12 ounces
or more of juice per day were
more likely to be shorter (20th
percentile for height) and
heavier (Body Mass Index at or
above the 90th percentile) than
children consuming less than
this amount. Similarly. a 1994
study In New York “implicated
excessive intake of fruit juice
consumption as a contributing
factor in eight cases of nonor-
ganic failure to thrive in one
and two-year-olds”.

For infants, dental caries re-
sulting from feeding juice In

CONSUMER
FOCUS

BARBARA
HUGHES /
GREGG

nursing bottles acting as paci-
fiers is a recognized health
concern. Finally, high con-
sumption of fruit juice can re-
sult in gastrointestinal symp-
toms such as diarrhea. This is
caused by the large amounts of
sorbitol and fructose in juices.
Sorbitol 1s a non-absorbable
sugar and fructose is some-
times not well absorbed, lead-
ing to carbohydrate malab-
sorption symptoms.

Why is fruit juice, a relatively
new presence in the diets of
young children, so popular?
For one thing, the preference
for sweet foods and beverages
has been studied in newborn

Pay attention to t

I've been dating my boyfriend
for two years. It hasn't been
great the whole time, but even
though I've told him I didn't
want to see him anymore from
time to time, we've always got-
ten back together,

Last weekend he asked me to
marry him and I said I needed
some time to think about it be-
cause of the problems we've
had in the past and because |
don't want to get a divorce {if
and when | have kids.

My boyfriend was pretty
heavy into drugs when he was
in high school, but as far as |
can tell, he's over that. He does
drink a little and it seems like
it's when he's had a few drinks
that we have problems. He
loses his temper over little
things and a couple of times,
he's pushed me around when
I've tried to get him to stop ar-
guing with someone, or let me

drive if | think he's had too
much to drink.

I really love him, and most of
the time he's just great, but it
feels like something is holding
me back from making a com-
mitment to him for the rest of
my life. | think it's because of
what | have seen when he's
been drinking, although he
says that once we're married,
he will never touch the stuff
again.

I want to believe him, but I'm
scared. Do you think I'm just

infants and preschool children,
and it has been demonstrated
that children prefer the sweet
taste. Also, parents think fruit
Juice is healthy and nutritive.
And technology to extract and
process juice has made it a
convenience food, so juice has
easily displaced water as the
drink of choice between meals
and for snacks. In fact, chil-
dren under five drink more fruit
Juice than any other age group.

How does consumption of
fruit juice become a problem?
Fruit juice does help children
meet recommendations to eat
more fruits and vegetables.
Children from 2 to 18-years-old
are consuming 50 percent of
their fruit recommendations as
Juices; for preschoolers, juice
accounts for one-third of their
fruit and vegetable intake.
Juice does not offer all the
benefits, such as fiber, of
whole foods, however. Even
more importantly, the Increase
of fruit juice intake has been
paralleled by a decrease in
milk intake. This is a concern
since milk is the best source

being overly cautious?
Yellow Light Blinking

Dear Yellow Light,

I think that the small voice
of reason, in holding you back
from making a commitment to
this man Is the best friend
you've ever had. Make the
commitment to yourself to pay
attention to it!

Let me paraphrase what you
told me. This man is a recov-
ering drug addict who occa-
sionally drinks too much.
When under the influence, he
becomes verbally abusive and
is sh the early indica-
tions of physical abusiveness.

He says hell stop drinking
“tomorrow”. If you were a par-
ent, is this the kind of person
you would want your daughter
to choose for a husband and
the future father of her chil-
dren? Don't muddy the waters
with “yes, buts”. (Yes, but when

for calcium and children are
not meeting recommendations
for calcium. The cause of the
failure to thrive in children
consuming large amounts of
fruit juice could be the dis-
placement of more nutrient-
dense foods such as milk. In
other children consuming an
already adequate diet, fruit
juice could be providing extra
unneeded calories, leading to
obesity.

It could be difficult to change
the pattern of excessive con-
sumption detailed here be-
cause parents consider fruits
juices as healthy and nutritious
beverages, and they are right.
However, a reliable nutrition
education principle is relevant
here: If intake of something is
good, more of that something
is not necessarily better. The
recommendation for parents
and caregivers is to limit the
amount of fruit juice consumed
by children to less than 12
ounces a day to thwart the dis-
placement of more nutrient-
dense foods by fruit juices.

hat small voice

he isn't drinking, he's so
nice;...he says he'll quit drink-
ing;...I love him;... may never
find anyone better.) If he says
he's going to stop drinking,
that's great. Tell him that the
two of you can talk seriously
about marriage when he’s been
sober for at least two years
and has shown no indication of
verbal or physical abuse during
that time.

Please don't think that peo-
ple improve their manners or
behavior with their partners
because they get married. Ex-
perience indicates that it usu-
ally goes the opposite way. Set
your standards for a husband
high enough that only men of
character and integrity need
apply.

Mary Balk is a Certified Ad-
Profes-

Crooma
322-5742.

‘Frustrated’ must lighten up on her goals

far corner of the dining room. This is a self help support group ABBY: 1 huge expec- Since that accident, my son runneth over” refers only to
for all cancer survivors, whether In treatment now or finished tats DAR 41 BY: | have hues never insists upon being buckled in. If I fortune.
with it. Call 324-8737 or 322-7785 for more information. achieve my goals. For example, I ADVICE forget, he reminds me.
want to be a straight-A student, but _, Abby, I want to tell parents that o pueme? write to Dear Abby
c even though I study and study, I it’s a lot easier to tolerate your chil-
ontract Bridge en though | study and seady, dren's anger when you insist that FOF @ personal, unpublished
r for Bridge players are invited to play contract bridge every Mon- as I Bh Vas be beautiful. I eat they are buckled in than to regret feply, send a self-addressed,
, the day, at 10:30 a.m., at the Sanford Senior Center. For informa- right, I work out, I get enough ABIGAIL for eternity that you didn't. envelope to Dear Abby,
ar tion, call 322-6326. Bh Te var By enougs BCA EN SADTRIENDOF AEROKEN. = PO. Buk 00. Los Angles,
Irian lose the extra 10 pounds I carry. Calif. 90069. All correspondence
rian Narcotics Anonymous. om, 1 Yelk in se ar od all is confidential.
worst Narcotics Anonymous meets Monday at 8 p.m. at the Pres- I see is disorder. I want to be happy Eee DEAR Sab FRIEND: Thank
byterian House of Goodwill, 317 Oak Ave., Sanford. and surrounded by friends and fam- You toy Sharing this tragic
the ily. In reality, every time I start to gave me a problem with it. I told Story. If it prevents just one per-
ames Overeaters Anonymous get close to a man, | get scared and them that could either buckle sos from SÂ¥jer jencing that :
Sanford - Overeaters Anonymous meets every Tuesday, at 10 ruin it. And if I spend more than an up or walk along behind the car, â„¢'8' ima, 18 well wor CINEMAS 16.
y one | a.m. In Parish Hall Whitner Lounge of Holy Cross Episcopal hour with my parents, I'm climbing and because they thought I would ®Pacein u_— LAKE MARY CINEMA
veek. Church in Sanford. The meetings last about an hour. There are the walls. How do Yh : actually make them walk, they wx S80N HWY 17.924 324-01
di fees. Th I 1 t to attend is the desi n short, how do 1 change so . ; a
ar and begin enjoying life? Well, the day we were going to ania in Capistrano Beach, ~ a
FRUSTRATED PERFECTIONIST take them to Suzie's father’s home, bragged ; : = ON
back undry and a tight T-shirt to “lure the
—— Learn to play shuffleboard IN OAKLAND, CALIF. ay eat was fall of Ja my L50 salesclerks” so her husband could
es The Sanford Tourist and Shuffleboard Club practices every os 1 get help. She apparently is blissful-
me DEAR PERFECTIONIST: to sit in the front seat, but I moved
Tuesday and Friday siarting at 1 p.m., and plays inter-city You're already on the right it way back so he wouldn't be too ly unaware that she has been
any tournaments every Wednesday. Those interested in playing, track because you realize your close to the dashboard — then I insulted. koe 100 "
ON OF learning to play or joining the club may call Russ Kitner, 322- unhappiness comes from the buckled him in. Suzie's 3-year-old It probably takes 0 well
y 7751, for information. tint on the lenses through threw a fit about the safety seat, so groomed, hard-working Ley es810 ¢
a which you view your situation. she let him ride unbuckled. She fol Women to offset the influence o
uant to Weekly Lions Club Counseling is the answer. Once lowed me, and in my rearview mir- each Janis? | never have respent
ign The Sanford Lions Club meets every Tuesday at noon at the you get to the root of why you ror, I could see her son climbing p Yop ey wy id
bed. as Colonial Room in downtown Sanford. For information, call have such high expectations for from front to back and back to front. Squa opportu ty ani squa Pay
Joyce Fitzgerald at 322-7544. yourself that nothing you Suddenly a car turned in front of hey lear t 1
ng Th A ity is 2 d to donate used to th achieve is meaningful, you'll be me and I couldn't stop. I hit it and for their abilities and their contribu-
club Coutih ty asked {o donale used eyeglasses {9 the able to forgive yourself, and get spun around, coming to a dead stop tions to society rather than the size
ght program, on with your life in the middle of the road. Suzie was Of their bra cups.
26 your life, in e : i : ]
Bridge Club s0 busy yelling at her son, she didn't You ay prirs Wy Jetta if you
riage u wi see what was happening until it Wish, including my name and state.
3 Sanford Duplicate Bridge Club meets at noon each Tuesday a DEAR ABBY Ms. Barrett in wae op late. She Bat the) ot LEOLA FARMER, TULSA, OKLA.
26" at the Greater Sanford Chamber of Commerce, 400 E. First St., urora, Colo., wanted to encourage ugh my little compact car :
Sanford. parents to buckle their children in didn’t hold up very well, my son ALTAR MES. TARMUB: 1 give.
oys, 3 car seats. Perhaps my experience yelisd sway vith only a ew ins asten the day when “...
Sanford Seniors will impress parents with the ruises. Sadly, Suzie's J-year-o
rtance of this saf asure, didn’t fare so well. He was thrown
The Sanford Senior Citizens Club meets the first and third st, friend Suzie Biel Tears to around in the car and critically .
Tuesday, at 11 a.m., at the Sanford Senior Center. A bag lunch | take our sons to her father's home injured. He died two days later. Vd - - 831 -8570
follows. Visitors are welcome. For information, call 322-2353 to swim in his pool. Suzie had two Every day I think about how easily [od Na
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1997

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 18TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 97-788-CA-14-L

SOURCE ONE MORTGAGE
SERVICES CORPORATION
PLAINTIFF
vs.
ROGER A. SLOVER;
UNKNOWN SPOUSE
OF ROGER A. SLOVER;
ERIC DUANE HARE;
STANLEY COOLMAN
HARE; JONN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANT(S)
NOTICE

OF FORECLOSURE SALE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of foreclosure dated
August 29th, 1997, entered in
Civil Case No. 97-788-CA-14-L
of the Circuit Court of the 18TH
Judicial Circuit in and for SEMI-
NOLE County, SANFORD,
Florida, | will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash AT
THE WEST FRONT DOOR of the
SEMINOLE County Courthouse
located at 301 N. PARK AVENUE
in SANFORD, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 7th day of OCTO-
BER, 1997 the following
described property as set forth
in said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:

LOT 135, £\N LANTA, THIRD
SECTION, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 13, PAGE 75,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SEMI-
NOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 2nd day of
September, 1997.

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

MARYANNE MORSE

Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Jane E. Jasewic

Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J. STERN, PA,

801 S. UNIVERSITY DA.
STE 500, BLDG. M
PLANTATION, FL 33324
97-11945(SNW)

in accordance with the
American with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities need-
ing a special accommodation to
participate in this proceeding
should contact the Clerk of the
Circuit Court at the SEMINOLE
County Courthouse at 407-323-
4330 EXT 4227, not later than
seven days prior to the pro-
ceeding. If hearing impaired, 1-
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-
955-8770, via Florida Reiay
Service.
Publish: September 12, 19,
1997
DEI-100

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 18th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number: 87-715-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DONALD P. GRONDZIK,

GRONDZIK, deceased, File
Number 97-715-CP, is pending
in the Circuit Court for

of which is 301 N. Park Avenue,
Sanford, FL 32771. The names

and of the P:
Representative and the
Personal Representative’s

attorney are set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT:

All persons on whom this
notice is served who have

that challenge the
validity of the will, the qualifica-
tions of the Personal

Representative, venue, or juris-
diction of this Court are
required to file their objections
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's Estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served
within three months after the
date of the first publication of
this notice must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons havi Kling
or demands against the dece-
dent's Estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

Attorney for
Personal

Representative:
RICHARD P. GUMSON, ESQ.
JUPITER LAW CENTER
Ch:

Florida Bar No.: 168314
Publish: September 12,
1997

DEI-117

18,

UNCLAIMED
VENICLE AUCTION
Removal of the below
described vehicles was con-
ducted n compliance with F.S.
713.78. Notice that Butch's
Towing will sell said vehicles at
Public Auction for cash on
October 8th, 1987 at 10:00 am
at 200 Persimmon Ave.
Sanford, Florida. We reserve
the right to withdraw any vehi-
cles from this auction. All vehi-
cles sold AS IS. No title guaran-
teed. Butch's Towing reserves
the right to bid on any vehicle.
1987 Olds 2D
ID# 1GINF11U4HM217079
1977 Cadi 20
ID# 6D47STE673300
1985 Chev Van
1D# 2GBEG25H4F4150342
1985 Merc 4D
ID# 2MEBP75X8FB618286
1988 Chev SW
1D# 1GNCS18Z9K8150393
1972 Ford PK
ID# F10YNMB0019
1980 Toyt 2D 1D# TE720018425
1985 Ford 4D
ID# 1FABP4A3FOF2137266
1974 Olds 4D
1D# 3L69K4E144711
Vehicles may be viewed one
hour prior to sale.
Publish: September 19, 1997
DEI-182

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
iN AND FOR
SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File Number 97-738-CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
LOUISE E. REPETTI,

Deceased.
NOTICE
OF ADMINISTRATION
The administration of the
estate of LOUISE E. REPETTI,
deceased, File Number 97-738.
CP, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Seminole County,
Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Seminole
County Courthouse, 301 N.
Park Avenue, Sanford, Florida
32771. The names and address-
es of the personal representa-
tive and the personal represen-
tative's attorney are set forth
below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT;
All persons on whom this
notice is served who have

CITY OF LONGWOOD,
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING TO

CONSIDER ADOPTION OF

PROPOSED ORDINANCES
TC WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:

NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN by
the City of Longwood, Florida,
that the City Commission will
hold a public hearing to consid:
or enactment of the following
Ordinances:

ORDINANCE NO. 97-1372

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LONGWOOD, FLORIDA,
PROVIDING FOR THE GRANTI-
NG OF A NON-EXCLUSIVE
FRANCHISE TO STANDARD
DISPOSAL SERVICES OF
FLORIDA, INC. FOR THE COL-
LECTION OF COMMERCIAL
SOLID WASTE, TO IMPOSE
CERTAIN TERMS, CONDITIONS
AND REQUIREMENTS RELAT-
ING THERETO; PROVIDING
SEVERABILITY, CONFLICTS
AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

ORDINANCE NO. 97-1373

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LONGWOOD, FLORIDA,
PROVIDING FOR THE GRANTI.
NG OF A NON-EXCLUSIVE
FRANCHISE TO BFI WASTE
SYSTEMS OF NORTH AMERI-
CA, INC. FOR THE COLLEC-
TION OF COMMERCIAL SOLID
WASTE, TO IMPOSE CERTAIN
TERMS, CONDITIONS AND
REQUIREMENTS RELATING
THERETO; PROVIDING SEVER-
ABILITY, CONFLICTS AND AN
EFFECTIVE DATE,

ORDINANCE NO. 97-1374

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY
OF LONGWOOD, FLORIDA,
PROVIDING FOR THE GRANTI-
NG OF A NON-EXCLUSIVE
FRANCHISE TO WASTE MAN-
AGEMENT OF ORLANDO, INC.
FOR THE COLLECTION OF
COMMERCIAL SOLID WASTE,
TO IMPOSE CERTAIN TERMS,
CONDITIONS AND REQUIRE-
MENTS RELATING THERETO;
PROVIDING SEVERABILITY,
CONFLICTS AND AN EFFEC-
TIVE DATE.

Said Ordinances were placed
on first reading on September
15th, 1997, and the City
Cc ion will same
for final passage and adoption
after the public hearing, which
will be held in the City Hall, 175
West Warren Avenue,
L d, Florida, on Monday,

that ge the
validity of the will, the qualifica-
tions of the personal represen-

the 6th day of October, A.D.,
1997, at 7:00 p.m, or as soon

tative, venue, or juri of
this Court are required to file
their objections with this Court
WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served
within three months after the
date of the first publication of

fter as ib At the
meeting, interested parties may
appear and be heard with
respect to the proposed
Ordinances. This hearing may
be continued from time to time
until final action is taken by the
City Commission.

A copy of the proposed
Ordinances are posted at the
City Hall, Longwood, Florida,
and copies are on file with the
Clerk of the City and same may
be inspected by the public.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. CIVIL DIVISION

CASE NO. 97-931-CA-14-E
BANK OF AMERICA
NATIONAL TRUST
AND SAVINGS
ASSOCIATION, As
Successor by Merger
to Security Pacific
National Bank,

Plaintiff,

VS.
THOMAS F. YANDELL, JR.
and CAROL YANDELL,
his wife; ALAQUA
PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.;
HANOVER WOODS
HOMEOWNERS’
ASSOCIATION, INC;
ASSOCIATED MEDIA
PRODUCTION, INC,
a dissolved corporation;
PNC BANK, successor by
merger to Midlantic
National Bank; NATIONSBANK,
successor by merger to NCNB
Nationa! Bank of Florida;
SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO;
VW CREDIT, INC.; and
NEWS- JOURNAL
CORPORATION,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order or
y Final Judg t of
foreclosure dated August 20th,
1997, and entered in Case No.
97-931-CA-14-E of the Circuit
Court of the Eighteenth Judicial
Circuit in and for Seminole
County, Florida, wherein GLEN-
DALE FEDERAL BANK, FEDER-
AL SAVINGS BANK, is Plaintiff
and THOMAS F. YANDELL, JR.
and CAROL YANDELL, his wife;
ALAQUA PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC.; HANOVER
wOooDs HOMEOWNERS’
ASSOCIATION, INC.; ASSOCI-
ATED MEDIA PRODUCTION,
INC., a dissolved corporation;
PNC BANK, successor by merg-
or to Midlantic National Bank;
NATIONSBANK, successor by
merger to NCNB National Bank
of Florida; SEARS, ROEBUCK
AND CO,, VW CREDIT, INC; and
NEWS-JOURNAL CORPORA-
TION, are defendants, | will sell
to the highest and best bidder
for cash at the West front door
of the Seminole County
Courthouse at 301 North Park
Avenue, Seminole County,
Florida 32771, at 11:00 o'clock
a.m. on the 7th day of October,

property
Order or Final Judgment, to-wit:
LOT 5, ALAQUA PHASE 1,
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 33, PAGES 67
THROUGH 71, INCLUSIVE,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SEMI-
NOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA |
In accordance with the |
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities need-

NOTICE: All persons are ing ing a sovela) accommodation te
obeat amy decisions made a | should contact the Clerk of the

this notice must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

NOTICE
OF FICTITIOUS NAME

County,
Florida, under the Fictitious
Name of

anoj
Publish: September 19, 1997
DEI-190

claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOT SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.

The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is September
19, 1997.

these meetings/hearings, they
will need a record of the pro-
ceedings and for such purpos-
ed, they may need to insure that
a verbatim record is made,
which record to include the tes-
timony and evidence upon
which the appeal is to be made
(per Sec. 286.0156, Florida
Statutes) at his or her own
expense.

Dated this 16th day of
September A.D., 1997.

CITY OF LONGWOOD

GERALDINE D. ZAMBR!,

CITY CLERK
PUBLISH: Friday, September
19, 1997
DEI-184

NOTICE
OF FICTITIOUS NAME
alice is hereby given that |
at 2636

Personal R

JOHN MARGADONIA

91 Sable Court

Winter Springs, Florida 32708
for

Personal Re ive:
MARK A. KOTEEN, ESQUIRE
3100 Clay Avenue, Suite 177
Orlando, Fiori
Telephone: (407) 896-6798
Florida Bar No.: 151661
Publish: September 19, 26,

1997
DEI-187
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. 97-1321-CA-14-E
FIRST BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION TR U/A
DTD 9/01/96
(EQUICREDIT FUNDING
TRUST 1996-A),
Plaintiff,
vs.
MOHAMED A.
ABUKHDAIR, et al,
Defendants.
NOTICE
OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTE IS HEREBY GIVEN
as y Final
Judgment i? Foreclosure dated
we 20th day of August, 1997,
and entered in Case No. 97-
1321-CA of the Circuit Court for
Seminole County, Florida,
wherein FIRST BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION TR U/A DTD
9/01/96 (EQUICREDIT FUNDING
TRUST 1996-A) is the Plaintiff
and MOHAMED A. ABUKHDAIR,
FATIMA ABUKHDAIR, and TEN-
ANT #1, a/k/a YESSARA are the
Defendants, | will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at the West front door of
the Seminole County
Courthouse, Sanford, Florida,
at 11:00 a.m. on the 7th day of
OCTOBER, 1997, the following
described property as set forth
in said Summary Final

Judgment:

LOT 4, BLOCK E, HENSON’S
ACRES, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 9, PAGE 99,
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SEMI-
NOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA.

WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court on September
2nd, 1997.

(SEAL)
MARYANNE MORSE
Clerk of the Circuit and
County Court

By: Jane E. Jasewic
Clerk

Toni L. Kemmerle, Esq.
HOLLAND & KNIGHT
P. O. Box 1288
Tampa, FL 33601
: NOTICE
If you are a person with a dis-

impaired, call 1-800-955-
; if you are voice impaired,

: September 12, 19,

DEI-101

Publish:

S| Eim | a FL, 32773
Seminole County, Florida, under
the Fictitious Name of ALPHA
DIGITAL CONCEPTS, and that
| intend to register said name

with the Division of
Fonda, in accordance with the
Brovh of the Fictiti

Name Statutes, To-Wit: Section
865.09, Florida Statutes 1991.
Steven Welborn
Publish: September 19, 1997
DEI-191

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE 18TH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL
JURISDICTION DIVISION
CASE NO: 97-905-CA-14-L
FIRST NATIONWIDE
MORTGAGE CORPORATION
PLAINTIFF

vs.
VICTOR A. RIVERA;
WALESKA RIVERA;
DEER RUN
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
#7-A, INC.; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS
UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANT(S)
NOTICE
OF FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Final
Judgment of foreclosure dated
August 26th, 1997, entered in
Civil Case No. 97-905-CA-14-L
of the Circuit Court of the 18TH
Judicial Circuit in and for SEMI-
NOLE County, SANFORD,
' Florida, | will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash AT
THE WEST FRONT DOOR of the
SEMINOLE County Courthouse
located at 301 N. PARK AVENUE
in SANFORD, Florida, at 11:00
a.m. on the 7th day of OCTO-
BER, 1997 the following
property as set forth
in said od imary Final

“LOT 89, DEER RUN, UNIT
7°A", ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 26, PAGE 91, OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
SEMINOLE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Dated this 2nd day of
September, 1997.

(CIRCUIT COURT SEAL)

MARYANNE MORSE

Clerk of the Circuit Court

By: Jane E. Jasewic

Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF
DAVID J. STERN, PA.
801 S. UNIVERSITY DR.
STE 500, BLDG. M
PLANTATION, FL 33324
97-12385(FNW)

In accordance with the

American with Disabilities Act,
persons with disabilities need-

ing

should contact the Clerk of the

Circuit Court at the SEMINOLE

Courthouse at 407-323

prog 4227, not later than

seven days prior to the pro-

ceeding. If hearing impaired, 1-

800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-

955-8770, via Florida Relay
Service.

1997

Circuit Court at (407) 323-4330.
DATED at Sanford, Florida, on
September 3rd, 1997.
MARYANNE MORSE
As Clerk, Circuit Court
By: Dorothy W. Bolton
As Deputy Clerk
SMITH & HIATT, PA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2691 East Oakland Park
Boulevard, Suite 303
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
Publish: September 12, 19,

PUBLICATION
IN THE GENERAL COURT
OF JUSTICE
DISTRICT COURT DIVISION
FILE NO. 97-J-98
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF ONSLOW
DONNA RENEE PORTOLESE,
Petitioner,
vs.
MICHAEL
EDMUND DONNELLY,

IN RE: Brittany

Nicole Donnelly, A

Minor Child

TO: Michael Edmund Donnelly,
pondent.

Take notice that a pleading
seeking relief against you has
been filed in the above-entitied

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
IN AND FOR
SEMINOLE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO. 97-545.CP
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FREDERICK CHAPMAN,
Deceased.
NOTIC

OF ADMINISTRATION

The administration of the
estate of FREDERICK CHAP-
MAN, deceased, File Number
97-545-CP, is pending in the
Circuit Court for Seminole
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
is 301 North Park Avenue,
Sanford, Florida 32771. The
names and addresses of the
ancillary personal representa-
tive and the ancillary personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS
ARE NOTIFIED THAT;

All persons on whom this
notice is served who have

CLASSIFIED ADS -

Seminole Orlando - Winter Park
407/322-2611 407/831-9993
CLASSIFIED DEPT PRIVATE PARTY RATES

HOURS 14 consecutive times

8:00 AM. -5:00 P.M. 7 consecutive times...

MONDAY thru 3 consecutive times

Koay a row
CLOSED SATURDAY 4
& SUNDAY 3 Lines Minimum
r=

NOW ACCEPTING VISA A,
EN ZA

Scheduling may include Bargain Hunter at the cost of an additional day
Cancel when you get results. Pay only for days your 8d runs at rate earned
Use ful description tor fastest, resus Copy must follow acceptable

bj that challenge the
validity of the will, the qualifica-
tions of the ancillary personal
representative, venue, or juris-
diction of this Court are
required to file their objections;
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having
claims or demands against |
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served
within three months after the
date of the first publication of
this notice must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE |
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.

All other creditors of the dece-
dent and persons having claims
or demands against the dece- |
dent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.

ALL CLAIMS, DEMANDS AND
OBJECTIONS NOY SO FILED
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED

The date of the first publica-
tion of this Notice is September
19, 1997.

Ancillary Personal
Representative:

WINIFRED CHAPMAN

3150 Greenfield Road, #23-A

Royal Oak, M! 48073
Attorney for Ancillary
Personal Representative
MARGARET A. WHARTON
Margaret A. Wharton, P.A
456 South Central Avenue
Qviedo, FL 32785
(407) 365-7193
Fla. Bar No. 292151
Publish: September 16, 26,
1997
DEN-183

NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
TO CONSIDER A
CONDITIONAL USE
Notice is hereby given that a
Public Hearing will be held by
the Planning & Zoning
Sommission in the City
ommission Chamber: ity.
Hall, Sanford, Florida, Sol
p.m. on Thursday, Octobgs@nd,
1997, to consider a request for
a Conditional Use in a MI-2,
Medium Industrial Zoning
District

LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Twp 20S, Rge 31E, NE
SW 1/4 W of Mellonville Ave & E
of ACL RY (LESS N 25' & § 40’
for Rds).

The property being more gen-
erally described as the NW
inter of MM
Avenue and Cornwall Road.

Conditional Use Requested:

Alt of an existing non-
conforming structure (per LOR,
Schedule L, Sec. 1.2).

All parties in interest and citi-
zens shall have an opportunity
to be heard at said hearing.

By order of the Planning &
Commission of the City
Florida, this 15th

action, the Petiti is| of 8 ’
kil a terminati of

parental rights of Respondent |

to B y Nicole D Hy, a; I

day of September, 1997.
Helen Stairs, Chairman

minor child, based on abandon-
ment and non support.
You are required to make 83

08
Zoning Commission
ADVICE TO THE PUBLIC: if a
person decides to appeal a
ision made with respect to

fi to such pi
later than October 24th, Fey
which is forty (40) days from the
first date of publication,
September 12th, 1997, upon
your failure to do so, the party
seeking service against you will
apply to the Court for the relief
sought.

Dated: September 10th, 1997.
THE COXE LEGAL CLINIC
Lee E. Britt
Attorney for Petitioner
825 Gum Branch Square II

St. 107
N.C. 28540

Jacksonville,
910-346-9886

Publish: September 12, 19, 26,
1997 DEI-102

any matter considered at the
above meeting or hearing,
he/she may need a verbatim
record of the proceedings
including the ti y and
evidence, which record is not
provided by the City of Sanford.
(FS 286.0105)

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
NEEDING ASSISTANCE TO
PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF THESE
PROCEEDINGS SHOULD CON-
TACT THE PERSONNEL OFFICE
ADA COORDINATOR AT 330-
5626 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OF THE MEETING.

PUBLISH: September 19, 1997
DEI-162

lowing

#4-117-0205AM6.

ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
GIVES NOTICE OF INTENDED AGENCY ACTION
The District gives notice of its intent to issue a permit to the fol-
applicant(s) on October 7th, 1997:
PARADISE DEVELOPMENT GROUP, LISA EPSTEIN, 1711 A.
SOUTH 10TH STREST, SAFETY HARBOR, FL 34695, application
ji is |

ST. JOHNS RIVER.

LOCKHATCHEE RIVER.
available for i

Section 30, A 19 ) South, Range 30 East. The MSSW appli-
cation is for MODIFICATION TO THE PREVIOUSLY ISSUED PER-
MITS ASSOCIATED WITH CONSTRUCTION FOR A PUBLIX SHOP-
PING CENTER AT LAKE FOREST. The receiving waterbody is the

SEMINOLE COUNTY LAND TRUST NO. 1, HERMAN GOODMAN,
TRUSTEE, 8650 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE, #906, JENSEN BEACH, FL
34867, application #4-117-0464AC-ERP. The project is located in

nty, Secti 19, 20, 29 & 30, Township 21 South,
Range 32 East. The ERP application is for CONSTRUCTION OF A
SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO SERVE A MULTI-
PHASE, SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT KNOWN
AS LIVE OAKS RESERVE. The receiving waterbody is the ECON-

The file(s) containing each of the above-listed application(s) are

d in 8 le County,

holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the St. Johns River Water
Mi District Hi

gh Friday except for legal

ters or the app
The District will take action on each permit application listed

priate field office.

Shove uiiasa a petition for an

10 the provisi
hy 40C-1.511, FA.C. Ap

ring)
of ion 120.57 F.8., and sec-
hose sub | are

identified above

District Headquarters,

sions are subject to dismissal.
Permit Data Services Division
Publish: September 189, 1997

September 12, 19,
DEI-99

affected by any of the Districts p P
may petition for an administrative hearing in
accordance with section 120.57, F.8. Petitions must comply with
the requirements of Florida Administrative Code Rule 40C-1.521
and be filed with (received by) the District Clerk, d at
, Highway 100 West, Palatka, Florida 32177.
Petitions for administrative hearing on the above application(s)
must be filed within fourteen (14) days of publication of this
notice or within nineteen (19) days of the District depositing
notice of this intent in the mail for those persons to whom the .
District mails actual notice. Failure to file a petition within this
time period shall constitute a waiver of any right such person may
have to request an administrative determination (hearing) under
section 120.57, F.S., concerning the subject permit application.
Petitions which are not filed in accordance with the above provi-

Shannon Barican, Senior Permit Data Technician
St. Johns River Water Management District .

wl

d perm

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HEALTHCARE & REHAB Cen- o ie LAyTECH sr US @WATSON REALTY
ter of Sanford specializing in vorce R n 3
rehab. and restorative eM Adoption $75, Name us new expanded office in
950 Mellonville Ave 322-8566. | $55, EIC. (407) 522-0347 24 hrs Mary has openings for en
- | $5 off with this ad ergetic professional seeking an
1 ingo | bg career in a high-pro-
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new licensees
BINGO-Sem. Indian Casino. You Opportunities Welcome.
100 could win 1000's of $8$. Fun Call: TRUDY MEYER
bus ridge to/from Tampa 741. “AMAZING PROFITS" For a confidential
8477 Phone Card Routes. Great Rates 323-3200
ea & Locations.
15—Cemetery Lots Ind. Leader-$2kwk Pot!
a 1-800-700-7177-MC/VISA yas
2 Cometary lots Oaklawn BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY SUPERIOR YEARS
Memorial Park. Garden of Devo: NESS OPPORTY Due 10 reorganization within
tion Section A, 2 vaults, valued Not MLM 24 hr. mess ur, surrsing Sevartiout, $4 4:
$7,000 Will sel for $5,000 1-800-322-6169 ext 5083 Kir) psisci are avalible.
323-6813 | LPN - F/T & P/T available on
Et mi— | FREE BUSINESS SEMINAR 3-111 shit
2 LOTS for Sale in Oaklawn | The opportunity is realiThe time CNA- F/T & P/T positions on 3-
Memorial Park $1000. Call | is now! Biion dollar New York | [11 shift in both Long term anal
collect 423-579-6629. Stock Exchange Co (aca. units, must be Cert
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GC puter/TV seling appx n Course. Stan-
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SATELLITE DISH 10, drake ro. | NCREDIBLE POTENTIAL
"3 yrs ok $1300 OBO | PREPAID PHONE CARDS 3 DuBury Manor, 407-004.
a |" Saooaww poteNTAL | [ig or ogy within, 60 North
i | __ 1-800-880-8815 24 HRS. Highway . DeBary, ;
21 -Personals | WORK FROM HOME making | 198 Drv Free Workplace. EOE
ET — wooden frames Earn 10 $384/
ADOPTION | Boiron B04 DENTAL HYGIENIST needed 3
Living expenses WORK FROM HOME No cost for | Says Dot > bis; Fo4 dreu-
counseling supplies, eam to $360k mak- | hii ol
& medical ng rac. 834-8888 Fxt. #45
GIFT OF LIFE DNV 38e par cule
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Estab 1977. 1-800-922-4477 BONUS!!! «Santord Based
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BEST BUDDIES

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live. (407) 322-2166 tomer Service focus. Flexibility
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407-321-6948
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MRS. MICHELLE'S HOUSE
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Call for details. 321- Extra Stop Pay
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401K Retirement” Car & Insurance
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NOTICE OF ACTION Ror Oa A CL a
OF DISSOLUTION OF Sn Ko aa Sanford Horticultural Co. seeks
MARRIAGE 1-800-874-8050 a motivated, organized, self-
CASE NO. 97-3291-DR-02-W ri Only. EOE starter. Varied duties, including
TC: JAMES A, WIGHT Mont : - | order entry, processing shipping
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED | Customer documents and inventory re-
that an action for dissolution of | Looking for quality individual for | ports. Strong computer skills a
marriage has been filed against RELA- | must. Non-smoker.
you and you are required to | tions position. Call 293-3055 Fax resume 321-1607.
serve a copy of your written 2
defenses, if any, to it on Lorna
D. Wight, Petitioner, whose ITY
Pa. is 1405 Robin Ct., CELEBR CIPHER
Longwood, Florida 3ars0 by Luis Campos
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September 19, 1997 - .5B

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71—Help Wanted 71—Help Wanted
Florida
CAREER
CONSULTANTS, INC
The following positions are
Available Now!
[Assembly & Warehouse to
$14.50 hr. All Shifts. will '
Train! 339-9092 Now Hiring for
«Alarm/Cable Installer Seminole County
Trainees to iD 3140 i. Co. car,
niforms, Benefits!! 339-9092. Sales Associates
iw Assistants
«Bank Teller Trainees 10 $9.00 Full Time & Part Time
J . FT
an PT Local! 339- Up 10 $8.50Mour
Based on Experience
Small mail phorkg ind 339- Excellent Benefits
it Call our 24 hr Job Line today!
«CALL TODAY FOR DETAILS & 1-800-711-JOBS
INTERVIEW! EOE
407-339-9092 Sales/Stock
small fee WE ARE NOT FOR EVERYONE!
Army/Navy outdoor. Honest,
FRAME BENDER WANTED for , & Day
Marine Canv

sous Kyo

* and we

LPN
$11, PIT & Per Diem
For consideration, please apply

99—Apartments -
Unfurnished

2545 MYRTLE AVE. 272,
C/HA, newly redecorated.
$425/mo 328-9766
& 896-3881.

DUPLEX/SANFORD 1bdrm,
Central HWA, carpet, WD

up, $400/mo
MARINER'S VILLAGE

LAKE ADA 1 BDRM, $410/MO.
2 BDAM,, $470/MO. AND UP
323-8670

ROSELEA VILLAS
1 « $410/Month
HUD OKAY 407-330-6833

Recently restored 1 bdrm in His-

SANFORD 1 BDRM APT. Full
bath, kitchen & living room. All
utilities incl. & cable. Off street
parking . $450/mon. 321-0391.
SANFORD Studio, all elect. 1
adult, no pets. $269/mon + dep
Refs required. Call 323-8019
SANFORD-Historic area. 2 bdrm,
upstairs. New carpet/applianc-

SANFORD. Good area. Spotless
2/1. AC, hook-up, patio & yard.
869-0046

DUCT INSTALLERS

GRANT AIR, INC
Exp. duct installers & Wainses
Holidays, vacations, insurance

SANFORD Hist Dist-1 & 2 bdrm
apts. Some w/ utils. Good area
From $285/ mon 321-6757

Le]
100—Condominium
Rentals

Road,
FAX resume

makes i egal 10 advertise any
or any mana | Et i © 33
distributor of elec on , QO
tronic accessories, has an or, religion, sex, handicap, fa-
in its Lake Mary office A ———
or a Painter, 1st shift,
7:00AM -3:00PM. Prior spray $500 DOWN... WHY RENT?
When you can own this 3 barm

home w/ C/HA, new paint & car-
pel? Ask about HUD homes!
Hie Hiftanan Group Inc.

32 CHA, ey eg
mo + $600/dep, Ref req., Excel
lent condition. 322-1587

STENSTROM REAL
WE NEED HOUSES TO RENT!

| warehouse

KIT 'N’ CARLYLE ® by Larry Wright

ALON ENoW

«THE POINT OF Having
oT? | TRINK SHE'S

WHo DID 11!

7-1
CAREY
©1997 bu NEA ce. INC.
TR
103—Houses- 118—Office Space
Unfurnished For Rent
Bh. DI. L

, Lg.
jot $450 inci all but elect. Very
clean. Avail Oct. 1. 322-7879

A EO.
A MOVE IN SPECIAL!! 400 sq
ft. & up! $265 A MONTH. Office-
Storage. 321-0120 or 333-2554

SANFORD 112 Country Club
circle. Clean 3/1 Huge back
yard. Pleasant neighborhood

+ 330-0700.
SANFORD 3/15, Appliances
included. $575/mo + $450/dep
2839 Grove Dr. 330-4888

SE ——————————
105—Duplex/Triplex
——————————————————"

1 BDRM, priv. park, AC, nice
area. No pets. $300 + dep. Call
321-0495

1 BORM. Quiet area. Perfect for
single person. $325/mo + de-
posit. Please call 322-1083,

A ——
107—Mobile Homes
For Rent

A ————————
ELDER SPRINGS off SR 427-
Lg 1 Bd. Trailer w/ scr proh
$95/wk + $1 333-3964.

111—
Resort/Vacations
NORTHWEST AIRLINES

Voucher. Fully trans. Valued at
$151 will sell for $75. 330-6830
A ————————————

117—Commercial
Rentals

A ————— SS
| LEASE Prime [

SANFORD OFFICE SPACE
2 Suites available - 1100 SF &
1600 SF. 407-321-7004

EE ————————————
141—Homes For Sale

EASA ————
ASSUM. NON-QUAL 3/15 Walk
to elem. school. Great for 1st
time buyer. Asking $67,500,
FHA only 8.5%. Cail 349-9874

SANFORD $500 down % 1 or 2
bath. Quiet area, privacy fenced
back yard. $3500 Government
Gift. 24 hour hotline. 302-9359.

GOVERNMENT

| FORECLOSED
{ Homes from pennies on $1

i Tax, Repo's REO's
| Your Area. Toll Free (1) 800-218
| 9000 Ext. H-2206 for current list
i ings

$10970 sq ft. SA
441 frontage. 407-578-2500

Longwood. 17-82. 1sYmo FREE

2800 sq ft. Alpen. Store Frony |

Office. 333-9264 or 689-5117

SANFORD 3/2 spilt plan, vault
ed ceiling, FR, Reduced to
$78,500 Call Millie Samuelson
TRAVIS KILLGORE BROKER
| 678-1933 OR 372-1381

PARKING: BOATS/RV/TRUCKS
Covered & locked. §75/mo
Casselberry. Don 339-2422

CAREFREE COMFORT

train for grill cook. CAFE SOR-
RENTO 407-322-1968
Speciality vehicle manufactur
er/Sanford seeks a few experi.
enced Fabricators, Tig Weid-
to: Thomson ers. Aluminum experience a
Suite 528, 5728) must.
a i or | mi
19, or for more |
call Angie on 345-0811. Work fro hing. 35: DOW Plus
A drug free environment po ri ly elemred
‘IMMEDIATE
PLUMBER'S Helper OPENINGS*
Tub set & Pantaran PL > thoiele
Jendthsezs. poy 407-330-0021
3047145373 93—Rooms For Rent
AA Nf Lo]
Positions Available Sev
Nurses aids, first aid CPR req. Starting @ $77/wk
F/T & P/T wi benefits. Starting * Downtown.
pay $6/hr. 323-2545 -
EFFICIENCY
WANTED: Individuals who are Maid serv. - convenient location
seeking a , people ori- 323-8008
entated career. T employ- | Eiite Sanford area. Kitchen priv

WANTED EMPLOYEES F/T or
P/T. 2nd shift, flexible hours,
$6.00/hr. Raise after 1st mo.
Call befora 2:00 pm. 302-7994,

+ $160/dep

one of our stores at:

Fuli-time/Part-time ,
Sales Clerks
to $8.00/hour
pius monthly incentive

Cash America, ofises row potential along wits goat Da,
generous incentives and discounts on merchandise. If you
Ervin Shi Jos th worlds Iargest pam company by Ving

2397 S. French Avenue, Sanford

399 W. Main Street, Apopka
or call 407-856-7800 or fax your resume to 407-856-7800.
Cash America is an Equal Opportunity Employer

benefits,
have cus-

* Single Story Design

-

+ Friendly On-Site Management
* No One Below or Above * Furnished or Unfurnished Studios
* Energy - Efficient Studios « Electricity Furnished in Studios Only

STUDIO 1 BEDROOM
323-3301
- SANFORD COURT APARTMENTS

£ 3291 S. SANFORD AVE., SANFORD

ag a ———

112 MONT H FREE RENT

WITH 1 YR. LEASE OR ASK ABOUT OUR

MOVE-IN SPECIAL

—— harm}
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* Spacious Apartments with large Closets Lake i
Front + Volleyball «= Sparkling Pool + Tennis Courts

iF

Country Lake ‘|
Apartments z

ni dain Jive Sanford « * 330-5204

DeBary. From $169k. immd Occ
407-339-6648

SANFORD BY OWNER 37
| CHA, Security Sys, Fr pic, Fea
| yd w/20 X 38 work shop.

i EXTRAS $50k.
CALL 283-8694.

| WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN
{ remodeled, 3

OWN. Completely i
| 1.5 1050 sq ft. 410 Bay Ave,
| $61,800, $500 down, $540/mo
{ 324-8458.

| ST. JOHNS RIVER Fisherman's
| paradise! 1155 Lemon Bluff Rd,
i Osteen. 2/1, sea wall, boat dock
| wi! 3 slips. $149,000. 323-2120

FORDABLE HOMES
URE 1 PROPERTIES

Everything must gol!
GARAGE SALE
{| Fi & Sat, 9-77. Household

| 4425 Francis Ave. 330-4587

Model Homes “Close Out” 4/3

| LOTS OF NEAT ITEMS! Some
| collectibles, bicycles, toys. Sat
| Only, 7-2. 7369 Lake Dr.

| Snapper push mower, Toro Pro

~157—Mobile Homes
For Sale

PARK AVE. MOBILE PARK
Homes $3,000 to $6,000. Set Up
Financing. QUIET! 322-2861

159—Real Estate
Wanted

BUYING HOUSES-FAST CASH
Plums or lemons
Charlies 869-7287
181—Appliances &
Furniture For Sale

*KITCHEN TABLE and chairs.
Good

shape.

Call 328-8004
EXERCISE EQUIPMENT-Step-
per. Tuntunturi 401C, variable
resistance. Like new. $85.

333-2788 after 5PM.
*QUEEN SIZE BED WITH
FRAME LIKE NEW. ONLY

$100.00 Call 324-3358
SOFA DOUBLE RECLINING
Light Blue. Paid $800. Aski
$250 firm. Call 322-5684

187—Sporting Goods

GUN SHOW
THE BIG ONE!

OVER 600 TABLES
The Lakeland Center
Sept. 20-21, 1997
9-5 Sat, 9-4 Sun.
Sponsored by: Lakeland Rifle
& Pistol Club, Inc.

193—Lawn & Garden
HONDA Riding lawn mower. 11

hp, rear backer, 30" cut, AT, low
use, exc. cond. $900. 328-8596

BIG MOVING SALE
| Sept 19th, 20th, & 21st. 8-3. Ab-
solutely No Early Birds. 3840 S.

Beardall Ave.
TOOLS, Fum

323-6813.
household, misc.

ine 120 mower 52" cut 20 hp.
180 vs used. RAIN or SHINE!

tems, some fum, clothes, misc

GARAGE SALE

MOVING SALE
Thurs-Sat, 9-77. Wirbed, futon,
refrid, much more! 261 Shon St,
Lk Mary. 322-0508/324-8399

199—Pets & Supplies
+FOR SALE 48" x 36" dog cage.
Only used for 3 weeks. $100.
Cali 324-7752

201—Horses

ENGLISH HORSEBACK RIDING
lessons, camp, swimming.
GENEVA. 290-9391

223—Miscellaneous

AIR COMPRESSOR & complete

Flat board D.A. grinder, ratchets,
chisel, nibbler, saw, impact
wrench, paint guns, etc. etc. All
in perfect cond. Asking only
$800. cash FIRM for all. Call
323-5973

REBUILT Irrigation & Pool
Pumps. J.D. Cordell 2435 Elm
Ave, Sanford. 322-0478

211—
Antique/Collectibles

1975 OLDS DELTA 88 ROYAL
Convertible. Original paper
work. $1500 407-574-0956

MODERN FURN. & Antiques
1 PIECE or Whole Household
904-774-2225/407-860-3532

~ 215—Boats &
Accessories

‘92 STRATOS BASS BOAT, 100
hp Johnson, motorguide trolling
mot, cus trailer, low hrs, gar
kept, exc cond $7k. 328-8596

219—Wanted to Buy

CLEAN NEWSPAPERS
Alum. Cans Copper / Brass
Kokomo Recycling: 321-0004
918 W. First-M/F 8-5, Sat.9-1

223—Miscellaneous

REGINA Steamer Plus carpet
cleaner. 2 motor system. Used
once $125. REGINA House-
upright vacuum $40.
323-5973

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SECURITY BARS & DOORS
$5/sq ft. Offering keyless push
button fire release. 324-3166

231—Cars For Sale

'82 Olds Cutlass-$600
‘78 Camaro-$750
'90 Mazda Protege-$2500

‘82 Cadillac-$500

‘78 Cad8illac-$700

'75 Lincoin-$400

See at 200 Persimmon Ave.

Mon-Fri 8-5:30

239—
Motorcycles/Bikes
For Sale

1980 CB750K. 13k miles. Ex-
cellent condition. $1700 firm
Serious inquiries only. day
322-6110 or eve 322-0972

240—Boat Rentals

FISHING BOATS FOR RENT
Starting at $30 & up. Also:
24’ Pontoon. Call: 330-1612

7% APPLIANCE
STO E, Inc,

HAS MOVED

4011S. Hwy. 17-82, Casselberry

+ Reconditioned & Rebuilt
Washers, Dryers, Refrigerators
Ranges & Dishwashers

Let A Professional Do It!

PAUL OSBORNE

VENTURE | PROPERTIES
321-4764

153—Acreage Lot For
Sale

Osteen
Building Lot...$11,900
1.7 Acres Com'l...$48,900

Since 1959

CALLBART
REAL ESTATE, INC.
322-7498

155—Condominiums
For Sale

BY OWNER. Priced for imme-

157—Mobile Homes
For Sale

CARRIAGE COVE

R4nMo 272 83 Palm Sprig
raised Fl. room.....$17,

24 x 48¢c 3/2 '80
FL Room, Carport...

Call 323-8160

ine
16,500

Now's The Time To Get A New Pad

2 and 3 Bedroom

Apartments

DIRECTIONS:

’ II
\, On 25th Street (Rt. 464) between 17-92 3
and Airport Blvd. on Hartwell Avenue 3

APARTMENTS

252-Additions &
Remodeling
NEW REMODEL REPAIR
siding, decks & concrete.
323-4832 S.G Balint CBC19880

253-Air Conditioning

TAI NBCU.
AC FOR SALE. 3 TON & 5 TON
unit. For more info call 323-
7016 or 526-5599.

261-Accounting &

DG ———_——————————————————————
NEED AN ELECTRICIAN?

271-Electrical

MORRIS
CONSTRUCTION

Tree svc carpentry, it. hauling,
odd jobs & more. No job too
small. Free estimates. 574-0621

*LISC/ANSUR*
*All phases of lawn care
+1 time cut or monthly services
GREAT RATE!! 322-8048

Tree Susinyjoruning Landscape
grading. Top soil/fill dir/gravel.
Back-hoe/bob cat. Reasonable

Taxes Central Florida Lawn
—————————— 277-Hauling ment Complete fawn care. Free
ECON BOOKKEEPING. Cus- Men}
tomized/personalized pick-up HAULING
service 19-5625 Resid. trash, clean outs! SUNSCAPE LAWN MGMT

il Reasonable Ratesi! 349-0656 Free Estimatesl. ow Rates
265-Carpentry Rental shed | GREG GROSS LAWN SERVICE
prog ag 3 gi RES/COM QUALITY CARE.
Mle Bin brush. 407-568-2858 or FREE EST. 323-0938. :
ichard Gross Por 407-819-0217 PRIME CUTS BY DAN.

. GREEN C pL LIC/INS. RES/COM. Profes-'
DAVID sional and Friendly. 323-8476.
Home improvements, intext, re- 278-Home Sa
pairs, lic/ins 320-1915/987-5206 Improvements E IY

BUYING HOME/CONDO? Complete lawn care. 282-1145 _
268-Cleaning Call A. Paradise Home Instpec- Teo i :
Services tons. 320.1784 or Fax 330-8922 | Free est. 302-9053/pgr 675-6974

ALES D. (Dan) MILLER,
Ae CLEANING SVC Resid | CoE De 7288, Res/ We have a plan for youl Cal ki
comm. Free est. 324-0327/0r pgr | Comm., remodel, additions, a 5 on al 8 lly
for immed response 999-3169 pair. MC, VISA. ...... 407-3201741
APOLLO CLEANING SVC DAVID KEY CONSTRUCTION ]
Comm/Resid. Quality Sve/Sat- New/Remodeling/Repairs 291 Painting
isfaction guar. Lic/Ins. 321-6944 Lic: CGC057936 320-7202 BRUNNELL PAINTING, 21 Yrs.
1&W CLEANING: 322-6505 LITTON'S & Clean- | (8300495). Comm/Residential
Domestic to Offices/Business- | ing Svcs. No job too smallbig. | Carpentry. Repairs, Wall-paper,
es. Wedothejobright. | Free est 24 hr. svc 675-7218 Plastering. .......322-2591
KATHY'S KLEANING-Resid., REYNOLDS VINYL SIDING COMMRESID with 5 yr
wkly/mo., rental clean-outs. 11 Lifetime warranty. No paining, Warranty & Power Wash.
___yrs. exp. + refs. 330-5283 va & overhang, mem. Call Anibel 330-4261
LETS US LIFT YOUR CLEAN- ns. Estimates, Special K BARNHART Painti
ING BURDENS. Weekbi-week | counts. Call now! (407) 322- | puo'breseure Cleaning. Lisl -
__efc. 327-2935 or 525-1850. | 3545 Ins. Since 1970. 323-1162
PREFERRED MAIDS SPECIALITY CONTRACTOR
Resid, wklybi-wkly. Family | Paint and home repairs. Lio 298-Pressure
owned & operated since 1984, | BONDED Jack Tuttle 330-39 Cleaning
Lic/Bonded/Ins. 323-1897 or
260-5120 DUN RITE Houses, mobile
Professioanal Maid Servces. 279-Irrigation/Repair homes, walks, decks, drives.
jiomegOlc/Condapnatt © RAINMAKER IRRIGATION Frae asi. Lig/ins, 321-4122
DyBiwdyo LISCINSU Repairs & Installation. PRESSURE-Steam Washing
Free estimates Call 444-6374 Decks * Walks * Driveways
STEAM FACTORY 324.7666
269-Concrete 280-Laundry Service | 301-Tree Services .
“SWIFT CONCRET CONCRETE #091 535 “MARY'S LAUNDRY SERVICE Ef — :
alos Sidewalks | Will wash & iron, Pickup & | "Sues, resco. Pucker
Harold Swift: Deliver. rates. truck, stump , free
Deland: 904-736-1066 ———— pu i
-BUus! ogging
270-Drywall BE reg 302-Roofing
SRST | it Vos ey at | USSR
Wall & Ceiling Te SE available. 221448
Popcorn Reasonable rates. 349-1344 Lic. #RC0022890. :

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ROBOTMAN®

by Jim Meddick

New treatment option for psoriasis

DEAR DR. GOTT: Why has Skin-
Cap, a treatment for psoriasis, been
condemned by the medical establish-
ment?

DEAR READER: This product,
which is made in Spain, contains large
amounts of steroids that are not indi-
cated on the label. When applied to
psoriasis, significant amounts of
steroid may enter the body, causing
cataracts, immune deficiency, dia-
betes — even psychosis. No one com-
plains about the judicious use of
steroids in relieving the skin-irritation
of psoriasis, but health authorities
quite properly insist that all active
ingredients be listed on a product's
label. This isn’t the case with Skin-
Cap.

You may be interested to know that
a new medication, calcipotriene, has
been shown to treat psoriasis effec-
tively. Related to vitamin D, cal-
cipotriene contains no steroids. When
applied as a cream to psoriasis, it
leads to remarkable improvement.
Approval by the Food and Drug
Administration is expected later this
year.

To give you more information, I am
sending you a copy of my Health
Report “Eczema and Psoriasis.”
Other readers who would like a copy
should send $2 plus a long, self-
addressed, stamped envelope to P.O.
Box 2017, Murray Hill Station, New
York, NY 10156. Be sure to mention
the title.

DEAR DR. GOTT: I've read that
people in the Third World are becom-
ing sick because of construction pollu-
tion, What's this all about?

DEAR READER: It’s not just Third
World citizens: The problem extends
to the United States as well.

Known as “sick-building syndrome,”
this medical condition refers to respi-
ratory complaints, fatigue, headache,
rash and memory-loss that may result
from exposure — especially in an
office setting — to construction mate-
rials.

Some patients clearly suffer from
an allergy to building components
such as urethane and h; !
However, the basis for other patients’
complaints remains elusive. As
reported in the August 1997 Scientific
American Medical Bulletin, most
symptoms are caused by poor ventila-
tion. Fortunately, the ailment is not
serious and responds promptly to
improved ventilation.

I don’t understand the goal of many
modern architects to
that are chock-full of windows that
cannot be opened. Without some
cross-ventilation, vapors and fumes
can accumulate in such buildings,
despite air-conditioning (which may
be inoperative during periods when
electricity is lost or reduced due to
storms or simple overdemand). We
would all be better off if we could
windows to let in fresh air, but —

No choice,
not courage

By Phillip Alder

|}

How would you define courage?
Many people have tried, but I will give
Mark Twain’s opinion at the end of the
column.

Today's deal was used by Andrew
Kambites in a competition in English
Bridge magazine. At the table, it would
take courage to find the winning line
because you would feel sure that you
were just going two down when you
could cash out for one down. However,
when entering a competition, you
know the cards will be distributed so
that you can succeed, however unlike-
ly that distribution might be. Also, at
the table, the difference between an
extra undertrick is microscopic com-

to a lost slam bonus if you could

have made the contract. Courage,

MEDICINE

— that’s impossible in many new
office buildings. I beg architects to
design buildings that are more “user-
friendly,” rather than building offices
that may be mere monuments to their
own egos — and unhealthful, to boot.

Medical studies have repeatedly
documented serious health conse-
quences from exposure to industrial

silica, asbestos, platinum, radiation:
commercial solvents and hydrocar
bons. But no one has yet raised ‘
voice to complain about poorly venti:
lated modern office buildings. I'n-
going on record to object to sucl
design. Remember, you read it here.

DEAR DR. GOTT: I'm a 31-year-ol'
woman with dandruff. Is there a vita
min supplement that might help me?

DEAR READER: I'm afraid not
Seborrheic dermatitis, the most com
mon cause of dandruff, usuall
responds to medicated shampo:
(Head and Shoulders, Seisun Blu
and others). If these products are no
effective, you should be examined by
dermatologist, who will check you fo
other skin disorders — such a
eczema and psoriasis — and pre
scribe stronger treatment.

© 1997 NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN

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asking for dummy’s first-bid suit and
usually indicating a void in that suit.
So, when West leads a low diamond,
you finesse dummy’s eight. As expect-
ed, East ruffs. Then he switches to a
club. How would you continue?

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trumps, you will be stranded in the
dummy, unable to catch West's dia-
mond xing. As nlikoly as it seems,
you must courageously assume East
ruffed with a singleton trump. At trick
three, play a diamond to dummy’s
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Mark Twain wrote, “Courage is re-
sistance to fear, mastery of fear — not
absence of fear.”

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Saturday, Sept. 20, 1897
There will be a market for your splendid
imagination in the year ahead. Your ideas
will have good potential, but they must be
followed through in detail to a desired

conclusion.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You have a
manner and ambiance about you today
that members of the opposite sex will find
very appealing. The secret is to just be
yourself. Trying to patch up a broken
romance? The Astro-Graph Matchmaker,
.can help you understand what to do to
make the relationship work. Mail $2.75 to
Matchmaker, c/o this newspaper, P.O.
Box 1758, Murray Hill Stat.on, New York,
NY 10156.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Situations
where family members are in harmony
regarding common objectives should
work out to everyone's liking today. There

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is strength in unity.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Decisions
you make today should not be predicated
solely upon material aspects. All other
factors should be taken into consideration
as well,

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) If the
ways and means aren't available today to
advance your chances of getting some-
thing you strongly desire, they should be
soon.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You will
not have an absence of leadership quali-
ties today, but they are likely to be more
evident to others than to yourself.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) In endeav-
ors that are of a sensitive or secretive
nature, restrict information regarding
these developments to people directly
involved.

PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Confidential
information could be shared by a close
friend today. He or she might leave it up
to you as to whether others should be
informed.

ARIES (March 21-April 19) Conditions
continue to favor you where material
interests are concerned. If inspiration
urges you to move in a specific way, yield
to the inclination.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Success is
more likely today if you adhere to your
standards, regardless of what others may
say or do. You will know the path you
should tred.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Adhere to
your inclinations today to step in and
manage something that another is mis-
handling. Everyone will benefit from your
CANCER (June 21-July 22) Your charis-
ma is very strong today when dealing
with people on a one-to-one basis. For
best results, use this formula in all
involvements

~ LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be goal-oriented

today and know you can achieve objec-
tives to which you set your mind. The
heights can be scaled if you're inspired to

do so
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