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j : Local 2 Bradenton Herald Friday November 4 1994 Digaot Compost planner will not appeal site rejection Host families sought — Eutward Bound Education Inc is coking host families for the 1995 academic year for students from Ukraine and Russia Information: Pauline 795-0777 KIM ATAMIAN Hftd Stitl Writer Participate In tha History Fair — Any fourth- through twelfth-grade itudent in Manatee County U eligible to participate In the 10th Annual Manatee County Hlitory Fair to be held Nw 16-17 at the Bradenton Auditorium 100 10th 8t W Student may write papen make diiplayi build modeli or create media and video presentation! to ihowcaie their hiitory and o-dal studies skills Students may choose topics in the fields of Manatee County Florida American or world history to research Students may enter ai individuals or in groups of up to five students Judging will be onthree levels Elementary (4-6) Middle (6-8) and Senior (9-12) PARRISH — A Port Charlotte businessman who spent eight months developing plans for a iludge composting plant in northeast Manatee County decided Thursday not to appeal a government planner’s decision rejecting the proposed site for the plant Harris Bowers general manager for Nutri-Cycle Inc said he spent nearly $100000 on the plana and suspects politics prompted the planner’s rejection At the same time he said county commissioners were in the middle of negotiations with a competitive business Prizes and ribbons will be awarded in all I "Wlu are we going to appeal to the county s are being offered in women's history I commissioners?" Bowers asked categories Special prizes are being offered in women's history Uadi history Palmetto history Cortes history military history maritime history business history agricultural history history of science and technology and the histories of Columbus Hernando DeSoto and Judah P Benjamin All students who enter History Fair will receive a certificate Deadline for entering fair is 7 pm Nov 16 The fair is sponsored by the Manatee County Historical Commission and the Manatee County Historical Society Information: 749-7165 BIRTHS — Angle Sandros Birtk records released by HCALW Blake Hospital! A jiri Tstum Alexandra to Todd sad Amy Shsshy (Amy Coiwsll) Bradsn-ton Beach Oct 22 1904 A boy Timothy John Jr to Timothy and Diane Psanoo (Diana Patanon) Bradsnton Oct 24 1994 AtHDanir ‘ Oct 351894 A boy Joshua Jamas to Ja ton Oct 25 1994 A iHTwesa Lyn to Ridiard Jr and MichalU 8padsr (Michelle Furlo) Bar- HyUL Uy5i £WlA A boy Cody Ryan to Jeffand Nikki Staraar (Nikki Osgood) Bradenton Oct 28 19Me Ajhj Janie Lea to Gary and Amy Wsasar (Amy Crsasay) Bradsnton Oct X girl Mecan MacKaniia to Bob and Laura Bernhardt (Laura Shannon) HfMIIABmB Octa S8a lB94i Birth records released by Sarasota Memorial Hoapitafc ' A bur to Debra Sue HoChnan Bradenton Oct 11994 A girt to Troy and Donna Hufhua (Donna Diialn) Bradenton Oct 1 1994 A girl to Grory and Donna 8taena (Donna Todd) Bradenton Oct 5 1994 A girl to Peter and MichellsSkokoe (Michelle Blair) Bradenton Oct 5 1994 A girl to Joseph and Wendi Stainbach (Wsndl Muaolino) Bradenton Oct 9 1994 A girl to Andrew and Cassandra Roes (Casmndra Trua) Bradenton Oct 10 A girl to Douglas and Melania Click (Malania Tisrce) Bradsnton Oct 10 1994 A boy to Carlita Elisabeth Alfard Bradanton Oct 11 1994 A gin to Michelle Doris Klimmer Miller Bndentoii6ct 11 1994 A girl to Kerry and Heidi Branan (Hsidi Carbone) Bradenton Oct 12 1994 A hoy to Chao and Lori Liberator (Lori Tseple) Bradenton Oct 14 1994 A gin to Stevan and Deborah Magnar (Deborah Gilbert) Bradsnton Oct 14 1994 CIVIL SUITS The following civil lawsuits wars filed Wednesday Oct 19 1994 in Circuit Court in Manatee County Veronica Lynn 8eward va Gunnar W 1 Manatee 8prinp Nursing DBA Madi Capsrton Benefit Bon Bocoursmaria I nese) Charles A Fowler vs Georgs Frank Waavm Martha Bandas 8 k D Trucking Co Inc (auto negligenca) Monday Oct24 1994: Republic Bank vs Jam— M Burchetta (mortgage foredoeura) Mark A Stone vs 8taven Hall and Joseph A Young (auto negligence) Char lee B Welie8heriff Manatee Co 8hariff regoryfiroenTNiod V iuto Salas Emms Yoder Auto Tuesday ednaaday Oct 26 1994b Pint National Bank of Chicago US Homs Equity Loan Asset vs William Dennis Dunes WT Keney (mortgage foredoeura) First National Bank of Manatee vs Pater M Bock (mortgage foreclosure) Federal Home Loan Mortgage — Msiytii RlHiUe Begte ffiJifc I nnwAmnlnl urn Association Eagle Creek Recreatioo Association (mortcaga foreclosure) BencBoaton Mortgage Corp Mortem Corp of South vs Jamas M Burchetts Trenice Loon Gibson Vonda Lais Gibson Manatee County Marians PhOlina Chariotte A Groan HamyJ Groan (mortgage fbrsdoaura) Federico A Goudie vs Netiooal Portland CsmsnTLnc Horst LohoHar and Christian Rixe vs Hana 8tockmanns (mortgage foreclosure) Thursday Oct 37 1994: Bank Uni ted of Texas va David Page AKA Walter David Page General Electric Capital Corp (mortgage foreclosure) Katherine GBimniiatva Allstate Tnamenae Pa (uta gH—ns)-Tama Tasley vs Tarry Alan Petssch (contract and indebtedness) Robert Soott Ward vs Major Newton Murdock Edythe Shephard v Nationsbank of FI per rep Clover Irma Hamer Thomas BAmeeon vs Donna Lants and Charles Lants (auto negligence) Friday Oct 38 1994i Barnett Bank of Manatee County vs Mercedes G Burlsjuuid John H Burley (mortfan fondoMui) Bisys Loan Services Inc vs Thomas KNendxe (mortgage foredoaure) Associated Therapists DBA Achievement Rehab vsTPinnade Caro Group i Rehabilitation of FL DBA Pinnacle Rehal A Co Allan T Goodman vs Bekins Moving A Storage Co Inc Capa Ann Leasing z Robert C Hilts C& Inc Bruce W Hildebrandt (auto negligancs) Bunbank Gulf Coast FKA Coast Federal Savings A Loan vs Jack L Drassn Second Bayshoro Condo Association Albert J Btrehia Jr James Edward HooperFrsderick N Clark Edward Malek Hsian Malek Beneficial Commercial FD&A Capital Financial Services United States of America Department of the Treasury I " - - Stanley KaxwelL Mary Lou Kaxwell First National Bank Manatee Jane Kidney Continental AutoTnick Leasing Corporation Information Serv (mortgage fortidotun) w w Monday Oct 81 1994 Barnett Bank of Manatee Cave Pamela Hembree Memorandum to Clerk Mary H Benaon Frankie Jean 8isco Joe Ruaaell Hembree Victoria A Bond Jamea B Cason (mortgage foreclosure) Janata L Roberta vs Lancs Palmer American International Ins Ca (auto MfliCiDoe) "RmI Estate Financing Inc vs Jimmie L Whitlock and Diane C Whitlock (inortgin (oradoMifi)e FintNationwide Bank vs AnnMaria Mangold BameU Bank of Tampa Florida State of fc MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS Theae oouplea appUed for marrUge lieena aa Monday Oet 17 1994 at the Manatee County Coarthouae Soott Joseph 8tortx 25 and Sheila Ann Francis 22 Samuel David Pickerel!) and Christopher Ralph Cantolino Tuesday Oet 1&1994: S3 Michael George Rhode 34 and JsnnifwArm Johnson 21 John ThonaaBysm 81 and Michelle Maris McGDimkki WvlnoHL Si end Melissa Dswn Aflworth 24 Michael Ralph Truax 32 and Teresa FaeCrsycraft 88 Bertram George Powers 68 and Dor MBoddaga 71 Thursday OoL SO 1994: p Jason William Pritchard 31 and in Brian Scott Smith 27 and Andrea Lynn TWSA Jack Junior Harper O and PatridoAnn Ray46 Robert Franklin Cornwell 24 and Bobfai8us Smith 29 Ronald Emory Bsaxley 62 and 8usan PutnaL40 MW89aSLindaGail8S89 Darina Edwin Robinson 28 and MeltriaUDeniaa Mays 29 Friday Oct 21 1994: - David Alan McKibbon 34 and Stacy MirhHt Williams 20 Timottor Shawn Groan 27 and Fawn Jodis Parksr 25 David Philip Nosl 28 and KarsnFkanessRanmsbsrgsr Fred Vondus Gentle Jr- 26 and Jannite Jsan ChaoaL Eugene Dugas 80 and Nancy Jean Paul 44 d Floyd Pope Jr 27 and Hope LamonteRunell 29 i LafougeGutierrss 38 and Kathleen Monica Kennedy 8 n tll IlfLU m a l m a mi F nmona84 Michael Raymond Nicholas' Thomsi Cmp6ell Whit® Robert LesWsavsr 60 and Margaret Ida Shanlsy 87 Michael Russell Rutherford 69 and Sandra FHeaa Vine 40l Stephan Walter Dowling 41 and Jean Yvonna —Comi 88 Nutri-Cyclo gubmittod its application in February to build a composting plant that would mix yard debria with sewage sludge Bowen laid planner! at fint rejected aeveral aitea but then let him move forward with plana to build Mississippi woman indicted in tomato farmer’s death on 100 acrea in the middle of a ranch near River Wilderness ) However that changed altar hundred of area reaidenta denounced the plan when they learned of it in Auguat After week of controversy Manatee County Planning Permitting and Inspection! Director Card Clarke decided laat month the facility would be incompatible in that area and would have to be built in an area xmed for heavy industry Meanwhile county commissioners — some of whom were up for re-election — were negotiating a 20-year contract with Amerecycle to operate a traah compoating plant at the Lana Road landfill Part of the contract would require moat yard debria generated in tbs county to go to that plant which would charge haulers more money than Harris' operation ' Clarke said Thursday her decision had nothing to do with politics She said her ataff apent months reviewing a facility never before proposed and did not realise its industrial nature ed until the end of the information-gathering pro- BHBe I’m sorry (Bowera) feels that way" Clarke aaid “What he proposed waa something new for this county" Meanwhile Parrish and River Wilderness reaidenta said Thursday that they presented scientific studies that documented advene impacts of auch facilities on residential ar- “Thera wai no political pnasure or contributions made” said River Wildemeaa resident Frank McCarthy who participated in the lobbying effort "It wai simply power of the pen and power of a group of people who were passionately opposed to it Harria would not reveal the company’s future plans He said tb company may choose to build a sludge composting plant in an industrial-zoned area but claimed those aitea' are limit- HART From Page 1 ANNETTE GILLESPIE n — - eus - — neraw row wnwr A Manatee County grand jury ‘ Mississippi me charge in mato farmer Todd McAfee Mawtoa County sheriffs deputies issued an arrest warrant Oct 13 for the victim's former house-' keeper Ruthie Anderson of Shaw Miss Anderson is being held in a Cleveland Miss jail when she is awaiting extradition ' Deputies said Anderson worked as McAfee’s part-time maid McAfee 27 was found dead Aug 18 1987 in a tomato field near the DeSoto County line Ha was shot to death Aug 17 at hia home and his body waa dumped about a mile y deputies said The television show Unsolved Mysteries profiled the murder about three yean ago Tips resulting from the show trickled in over the yean but detectives said their biggest break came from a prison inmate who claims Anderson told him about the murder Jacob Wesley Scott 44 met Anderson while both were inmates in the DeSoto County jail according to Anderson’s afrest warrant They became friends and exchanged personal notes according to the warrant Anderson and three accomplices went to the home end began stealing while McAfee was away the warrant states McAfee waa killed when ha came home and Interrupted the burglary reports state The couple lost their apartment on Ninth Street East more than a year ago when Hart could not find a job and Miles who had surgery could not work full time Whet little money Miles made Eighth St EL waa raxed "I’ve never been through this in my life” Hart said “I’ve never been where I didn't have a place to stay" Hart said Miles supported her decision to go to the shelter although she waa worried about leaving the area on Thursday "We’ve never been separated” Hart said “We’ve never been down like this” After sending Hart off to the shelter Davenport said she would “I’m so happy She’s a very nice lady She’s going to be taken very good care of at Loving Hands” Norma Davenport try to help Miles find a place to live The Manatee Opportunity Council la paying Hart’s first month of rent in the shelter program which will help her get reestablished "I'm so happy" Davenport said “She’s a very nice lady She’s going to be taken very good can of at Loving Hands” The council also is helping Hart determine if she qualifies for any benefits such as social security and health insurance Davenport said Doatho Dorona Allan Donna Allen 85 of Palmetto died Nov 21994 in Meadowbrook Manor Visitation will be 11 am-l pun today at Palmetto Funeral Home 204 Seventh St W Service will be 1 pm today at the funeral home with the Rev Ralph Wiley officiating Burial will be in Akron Ohio Memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church of Palmetto 830 First Ave W Palmetto Fla 84221 Born in Cleveland Mrs Allen came to Manatee County from Akron Ohio in 1975 She was e retired licensed practical nurse She was a member of the First United Methodist Church cl Palmetto She was member of the Order cl Eastern Star She is survived by her husband Edward D two sons Robert W Smith of Bradenton and Richard A Smith of Falling Water Va a sister Gertruds Maddox of Winter Springs eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren Catherine Maddwi Flood Catherine Madden Flood 82 of Bradenton died Nov 3 1994 in HCALW Blake Hospital There will be no visitation Funeral service will be in Lynbrook NY Burial will be in Long Island NY Memorial contributiros may be made to favorite charity Bay-shore Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Bom in Manhattan NY Mrs Flood came to Manatee County from Lynbrook in 1978 She was a retired secretary for Cadwalader Wkkereham and Taff Lew Firm in Lynbrook She was s member of Our Lady of Peace in lynbrook She is survived by e sister Frances Santini of lynbrook Frank M Gray Frank M Gray 76 of Sarasota and formerly of Bradenton died Nov 1 1994 it home ' There will be no visitation Memorial service will be 1 pjn Sunday at Christ Episcopal Church 4080 Manatee Ave W with the Rev John Hiers officiating Memorial contributions may be made to Christ ' Episcopal Church Organ Fund 4030 Manatee Ave W Bradenton Fla 84206 Bradenton Funeral Hone ia in charge of arrangement! Born in West Liberty Iowa Mr Gray came to Manatee County from Lexington Mich in 1981 He wee a licensed Amaral director in Iowa and Illinois and a retired insurance agent toe Provident Mutual cl Philadelphia He was a member of Christ Episcopal Church He was UB Navy Pharmacist Mata 2nd Class He is survived by hia wife Wre-ford G two sons Capt Rowland Welch of Fort Benjaihin Harrison Ind and Richard of Sanford two daughters Pamela Smith of Sanford and Judy Carlson of East Moline DL a brother D Wayne of Phoenix and five grandchildren - J Edward Hairy - J Edward Heiry 79 of Bradenton died Nov 2 1994 in Manatee Memorial Hospital There will be no visitation or service Brown and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Born in Baltimore Mr Hairy came to Manatee County from there in 1980 He was e Presbyterian He ia survived by a nephew Marcel R MaiUoux Marcel R MaiUoux 75 of Bradenton died Nov 2 1994 in HCALW Blake Hospital There will be no visitation Memorial service will be 10 am Saturday at Saints Peter and Paul The Apostles Catholic Church 2850 75th St W with the Rev Dennis Cooney officiating In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to American Heart Association 6028 26th St W Bradenton Fla 84209 Bradenton Funeral - Home is in charge of arrangements Bom in Holyoke Mass Mr MaiUoux came to Bradenton from Leominster Mass lSyears ago He wee a helicopter mechanic for the National Guard He was Catholic He was a retired master sergeant in the UB Army after 82 yean of He is survived by his wife- Violetta s daughter Carol Courte-manche of Bradenton two eons Robert of Worcheeter end Roger of Leominster and six grandchildren Lillian 1 Powall Lillian L Powell 80 of Bradenton died Nov 8 1994 in Regency Health Care Center Visitation wUl be 10-11 am Saturday at Palmetto Funeral Home 204 Seventh Sk W Service vnU be 11 am Saturday at the fo-neral home Burial will be in Skyway Memorial Gardens Palmetto Memorial contributions may be made to Hoepice of Southwest Florida 73 Palm Ave S Suite 222 Sarasota Fla 34236 Bom in Rubonia Mrs PoweU was s lifetime resident of the area She was a homemaker She was s member of Terra Ceia Baptist Church She is survived by niece Ruby G Savers Ruby G Severs 57 of Bradenton died Oct 30 1994 in Manatee MwiwH' Hospital Visitation wUl be 10-11 un today at Manasota Memorial Funeral Home 1221 53rd Ave E Services will be 11 am today at the funeral home with the Rev Paul Ruff officiating Burial will be in Manasota Memorial Park Memorial contributions may be made to Oral Roberto Tube Okie 74171-0001 Bom in Enterprise Ala Mrs Severs came to Bradenton from there in 1955 She was a homemaker She was s Lutheran She is survived by her husband Donald W three daughters Deborah Jean Grata of Mesa Aria Pa mela Renee Bloaser of Mishawaka Ind and Trina Maria Adams of Coffee Springs Ala three sisters Erma Steward of Witcha Falls Texas Doris Adams of Ala and Patricia Bayleaa of Phoenix two brothers Noble Dean of Enterprise end Wayne Dean of Fairview Park Ohio and eight grandchildren Paid noticat Obituaries are provided free in limited form by the Bradenton Herald aa a reader service Photographs are accepted If you wish to have a more detailed paid death notice please call Sandy at 748-4400 ext 4862 Calls for paid death notices are accepted from 8 am to 5 pm on weekdays The fax number ia 745-7090 ACLF Lianas MM5487 PALMETTO GUEST 'IteRihiieftoGXKStllonK has been &mily owned and opesfedsinoel977fthBsatobemttechoioeof &ndoc2an and caiivEis for the past 17 yeas Stopbyfbravisitarcanibratarocfauieandexpeaence ftepecxxialtoudkiiedienientlhingoffiaedat -theftfanetto Guest Home Home-like atmosphere for Akheimen personal care and independent living D In Memory of Jean Staples Maxwell Jeanie joined Jesus a year ago Now 4th before awakening to another day of pain caused by the incurable disease Amyloidosis Praise God! Well never forget her angelic personality which radiated everywhere Never a cross word always a loving touch a hug a deep concern for others and always willing to give I Love You Honey V Husband John :: :: 1 - -1 NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF SHIP ANNUAL REPORT Notice la hereby given that the Ctty of Bradenton has prepared Its Annual State Housing Initiative Partnership (SHIP) Report for the Community Development Block Grant program for period coveting State fiscal year 1992 through September 801994 A public hearing will be held on Wednesday November 9 1994 at 8:80 AM in Counci Chambers at Bradenton City Hal 500 15th Street West Bradenton FL to consider oral and written comments on the SHIP Report The SHIP report will be available at the City Clerk's office for during regular business hours commencing November 4 1 available until November 80 1994 The report will be maik Finance Agency Tallahassee Florida on November 14 1994 Any written Mumkami MniiTitHiis recovea 11-4-04 r public inspection 994 and wffl be to State Housing 011 HKXhAa'r J 90 MTIBUBISHi ECLIPSE TUrtro 43KmLI w£D $11000 ’ Kelly BayarUto 4 1 t t I

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