The Bradenton Herald from Bradenton, Florida on October 20, 1994 · 1
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Jl II l TV i'vinrir TT- 'V '4 1 s - ‘ v 1 THURSDAY Sunshine - No rain in sight ' High 86 low 64 j Front Page 14 BACKLASH High-calorie foods making a comeback Taste Page 1 Canes’ district streak on line atRiverview Sports Page 1 no no no Santa will be his Jolly self on Internet this year Front Page 9 VOL 73 NO 36 THURSDAY OCTOBER 20 1994 BRADENTON FLORDA 25 CHITS $225WEEK VERDICT Jury clears Bradenton man in roadside murder Local Page 1 Mays will not face charges Switched-at-birth teen Kimberly Mays wont face charges for making false abuse accusations against the man who raised her a lUfc prosecutor Mays said Wednesday in Sebring Kimberly who disowned her biological family before abruptly moving in with them earlier this year told authorities Robert Mays had abused her since she was 7 She later broke down and admitted to making up the whole story Entertainer Raye dies at age 78 Martha Raye who enter- " tained generations of American moviegoers and servicemen with her spirited singing and raucous comedy died Wednes- Raye day She was 78 Raye died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after a lengthy illness said hospital spokesman Ron Wise Amish call police to teens’ surprise Six teenagers allegedly attacked Amish people with rocks and brooms because they thought their victims' religion wouldn't allow them to call police These Amish however did call police in New Holland Pa The teens were arrested The victims were Plain Sect Amish and "our Plain Sect people do call the police "Officer Rodney Hartman said HaralditafTuS wira report ( 1 "nr?": - j t " - NJ- V O jO A & t $ 1 V J f JJ '$Vi it' J V Jii w V ' i f M vT n j L - VA -L r-vv-r & fi jMtTTV ? SL' ' -V Tf ) J v tJt 'Y j' jt1 rf-wisy s -S ASSOCIATED PRtUU An Israefl sokfier carries a bloodcovered woman to an ambulance after the bomb blast Wednesday in downtown Tel Aviv 20 killed Israelis stunned jjfBomb expiodeTon busl JOHN DONNELLY KnWS-flkWw Nwwpaoers TEL AVIV — An apparent suicide bomber blew up a crowded Tel Aviv bus Wednesday in the deadliest Arab terrorist attack here in 16 years The blast killed 20 people wounded 48 and left fresh doubts about the new era of peace with Palestinians In an anonymous call to Israel Radio the Islamic militant group Hamas claimed responsibility for its third bloody operation over the past 11 days wad vowed that its God would continue to "torment” Israelis HWe need a separation between us and the Palestinians not Just for days but as a way of Ufa” Yitzhak Rabin teraei prime minister Israel threatened “exceptional” retaliation sealed the Gaia Strip to prevent Palestinian workers from entering Israel and warned PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat to crack down on Hamas — or risk the end of peace After several hours of deliberations with top aides Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin said late Wednesday night that his hands would not be tied in hunting and interrogating Hamas tighten “We need a separation between us and the Palestinians not just for days but as a way of life” Rabin said There is no doubt that we have a war against the Hamas” he said ' £mbaaey To Page 8 Jfs-: Borden clued ASSOCIATED PRESS oraphic Woman jailed in old killing Farmer Todd McAfee was found dead in 1987 in a tomato field near the DeSoto County line TONY ATTRINO Herald Stan Writer A 7-year-old Manatee County murder mystery unraveled sane Wednesday as sheriffs deputies announced the arrest of the victim’s former housekeeper The sheriffs Investigative Criminal Enforcement (ICE) unit earlier this week charged Andereon Ruthie Anderson 41 of Shaw Miss in the murder of tomato farmer Todd McAfee McAfee’s murder on Aug -17 1987 was overshadowed the next day by the shooting death of Florida Highway Patrol trooper Jeffrey Young McAfee 27 was found dead Aug 18 1987 in a tomato field near the DeSoto County line He was shot to death at his home and his body wai iway depu' dumped about a mile away ties said The same day McAfee’s body was found Manatee County deputies joined other law enforcement officers in a manhunt to capture a suspect in the shooting of Trooper Young Sheriff Charlie Wells said deputies focused moat of their attention on the Young murder because they had a prime suspect in that case - ARREST To Page 6 Rain slows in Texas The death toll climbed to 10 on Wednesday BRUCE TOMASO KnMiHSddar Tribuna News Wira Mammography guidelines call for teamwork minanti of Mammography written to foster a a 1- ill! ku ItHMltnilff Nearly 182000 new breast cancer cases are expected in 1994 RACHEL L JONES KnlohWddar Newspapers WASHINGTON — Even though 90 percent of mammography facilities have met federal certification standards they must work even harder to provide high-quality testing And women must demand it That was the word Wednesday from Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala I ffeEfljfrIiTifclttII - For a free copy of Quality Dotambanta of Mammography and Thbga to Know About Quality Mammognma call 1-800-358-9295 To locate a certified mammography dlnlc near you call the National Cancer Inatitiite'a hot line at 1-800-4-CANCER tmnn approach to mammography by involving radiology technicians medical doctors — — bj physicists And most importantly the woman receiving the test at each stage of the pro- who outlined new federal guidelines designed to improve the mammography process She unveiled a 169-poge book Quality Deter- A companion pamphlet Thinga to Know about Quality Mammograma is geared to help women make informed decisions about choosing a facility understanding the process and obtaining test results as quickly as possible HOUSTON — The sun show brightly Wednesday for the tint time since the weekend and Houstonians expressed cautious hope that the week’s disastrous flooding was over ' No new rainfall fell in most of waterlogged southeast Texas and in much of the area swollen rivers lakes and bayous began to recede But residents of Liberty and Hardin counties hunkered down fa more' high water as the Trinity River was expected to hit a record crest Wednesday night near the town of liberty and Pine Island Bpyou was expected to do the same this afternoon The death toll rose to 10 Wednesday as the body of a 14-year-old boy sucked into a drainage To Page 6 FLOODS To Page 8 Running mate Feeney voices persistent passionate TERRY NEAL Volcee of Florids Project Just one week before the Sept 8 primary election little Jebbie Bush spotted a' BushFeeney bumper sticker turned to his father Jeb and asked the question that was on the minds of so many Floridians "Dad who’s Feeney?" IndeaL Who is Feeney? Feeney Well that would be Tom Feeney a 86- Judge refuses to free Simpson asks for book interview delays ROBIN CLARK Knijfttfllddsr Nwnpepen ubematorial candidate flush shocked and sur- OF FLORIDA prised just about every-1 one in the inner-circle of Florida politics LOS ANGELES — After pushing for months for an early court date attorneys for OJ Simpson asked Judge Lance Ito on when he picked Feeney tp be his running mate Wednesday to release the former football star on bail a Feeney had only four years Of political experience all in the state House of Representatives Hardly any of his bills passed And he was considered primarily a leader of the I and postpone his murder trial for a year to allow the "media furor to burn itself out” ' Ito while denying the request signaled for the first time his intention to sequester cent furor in the case Defense lawyer Robert Shapiro said the publication Monday of the sensational book about Nicola ’ Simpaon’s last days had added to a flood of "leaks innuendos accusations and falsehoods that (O J Simpson) cannot over- the Simpson jury and appealed to television programmers to delay broadcaatix To Page 8 sting inter- ed case views with a Nicola Brown Simpson friend whose tell-all book has caused the most re- "This unprecedent-requires an unprecedented To Page 8 i

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