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Local 2 Bradenton Herald Saturday January 14 1995 Deaths Sarasota lawmaker Grace Amalia DanM ' Grace Amalia Daniel 78 of Bradenton died Jan 11 1995 in Heritage Park of Bradenton " Visitation will be 6-8 pm Sunday at Shannon Funeral Home 5610 Manatee Ave W Funeral service will be 11 am Monday at the funeral home with the Rev Richard Rohrer officiating Burial will be in Fogartyville Cemetery - Bom in Bradenton Mrs Daniel was a lifelong resident of Manatee County She was a homemaker She waa a member of First United Methodist Church She was a member of Eutre Nous " She is survived by a son William J Jr of Orlando a sister Mildred Moseley of Waynesville NC and four grandchildren Norman Harmon Norman Harmon 71 of Bradenton died Dec 15 1994 at home There will be no visitation Service will be at a later date at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10141 Memorial contributions may be made to Veterans of Foreign War Post 10141 420 67th St W Bradenton Fla 84209 Universal Cremation Society Bradenton chapter is in charge of cremation arrangements Born in Toledo Ohio Mr Harmon was a resident of Manatee County He was a plant manager in manufacturing He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War H He is survived by his wife Linda a daughter Judi of Toledo and a son Ton of Toledo Fred B Hewitt ‘ ' Fred B Hewitt 91 of Bradenton died Jan 11 1995 in Freedom Village Nursing Home ' TTiere will be no local visitation or service Burial will be in Galien Mich Palmetto Funeral Hone is in charge of arrangements Born far Galien Township Mr Hewitt waa a winter resident of ManutAii County He retired in 1968 from Clark Equipment Co in Buchanan Midi where he worked as a supervisor for 43 years He was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Buchanan 'j He is survived by his wife Marion a daughter Marilyn Fairman of Shoreview Minn a son Russell of EUicott City Md seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren Mary E Klnsay Mary E Kinsey 86 of Bradenton died Jan 13 1995 at home There will be no visitation Service will be at 2 pm Sunday at Paradise Bay Mobile Home Park Recreation Hall 10315 Cortes Road Bradenton with the Rev Martin Keuning officiating Memorials may be made to Hospice cl Manatee County 406 43rd St W Bradenton Fla 34209 Bom in Renwick Iowa Mrs Kinsey moved to Bradenton from Fremont Ind in 1977 She was a homemaker and former bookkeeper She was an active member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Bradenton and long-time volunteer at HCA LW Blake Hospital She ia survived by two daughters Nancy Kinsey of Tampa and Deanna Kinsey of Baltimore Md two brothers Edwin Dean of Dunedin and Donald Dean of Kanawah Iowa and three sisters Dorothy May of Kanawah Iowa Ruth Kan-nenberg of Humbott Iowa and Darlene Brown of Angola Ind Eugenia F Madlgan Eugenia F Madigan 84 of An- na Maria Island died Jan 10 1995 in Greenbriar Nursing Home There is no visitation Memorial service will be 10 am Monday at St Bernard Catholic Church 248 S Harbor Drive Holmea Beach with the Rev Beqjamin B Gorr officiating National Cremation Society Sarasota chapter is in charge of cremation arrangements Bom in New York City Mrs Madigan came to Manatee County from New York 21 yearn ago She Vu an executive and fashion coordinator for Bonwit Teller Manhaa-aet Long Island NY She is survived by her husband 'John and a daughter Sharon of Alexandria Va Tyler Alan WRson ' Tyler Alan Wilson Infant of Bradenton died Jan 12 1995 at home Visitation will be 10-11 am Monday at Brown and Sana Funeral Home 5624 26th St W Graveside service will be 11:30 am Monday at Manaaota Memorial Park 1221 53rd Ave E Bom in St Petersburg be was a Catholic He is survived by his mother Cathlsen Sanginario of Bradenton his father Michael of Bradenton a sister Jennifer Sanginario of Bradenton maternal grandparents Holace and Jeanetta Smith of Bradenton a maternal grandfather Bernard McCluahey of Lanaing Mich and a paternal grandmother Jean of Bradenton Paid notices - Obituariea 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 748-0411 ext 4862 Calls for paid death notices are accepted from 8 ' am to 5 pm on weekdays The ' fax number is 745-7090 heads women’s caucus DAVID COX Hwald CsoHsI Bureau TALLAHASSEE — There will be a familiar face at the helm of the women’s caucus in the state House of Representatives for the next two years Rep Shirley Brown D-Saraaota waa elected chair of the caucua earlier this week There are 25 women ini the 120-member House thia year giving the bipartisan caucua enough clout to sway legislation important to it Brown said economic develop- AL ANDERSON Bradenton Herald Slaying suspect Manatee County Sheriff CharVe WeXa left escorts Ruthie Anderson to the Manatee County jal on Friday where she is being held in the Aug 18 1987 murder of Myakka City farm manager Todd McAfee Anderson who was a part-time housekeeper for McAfee was arrested In October in Shaw Mbs and subsequently extradited to Manatee County Haro's a brief look at what's happening around the state today: HOMESTEAD — 8:30 am Everglades “Recycling at Work program day and dedication ceremony Everglades Main visitor center Contact: Rick Cook 305-242-7714 MIAMI — 9 am NFL Ak-H-Out four-on-tour flag tournament aa part to the 8uper Bowl XXIX festivities at Tamiami Park Contact: Tom Purdue 800-680-7529 From Page 1 director of the state Division of Florida Land Sales Condomim- ums and Mobile Homes which formulated the proposal Subdivision residents throughout Florida pay mandatory fees to their homeowners' associations to maintain common facilities — such as club houses swimming pools and roada — oversee construction standards specified in deed restrictions and represent residents before local governments But residents have complained for years that developers are lax to tell them about deed restrictions and only find out that things such as dog houses are illegal in their neighborhood after they put me in their yard The report was the subject of a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday but the panel took no action Sen Fred Dudley chairman of the committee said developers devised homeowners' associations to get around regulations mandated for condominium associations "My strong opinion is if people deserve protection when buying a condominium then they deserve the same protection when buying a non-condominium” the Cape Coral Republican said To familiarize residents WHAT: Meeting to die-cuae proposed regulations for homeowner's associations being considered by the Florida Legislature Sarasota attorney Dan Lobeck an expert on homeowner's association law will review a report by the state Division of Land 8alea Condominiums and Mobile Homes suggesting various changes to the existing law WHEN: Monday 7:30 pm WHERE: Waldemere Fire Station meeting room 2070 Waldemere 8t Sarasota (one block seat of US 41 near Sarasota Memorial Hospital Heart Center) WHO: Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood Associations MORE INFORMATION: For a copy of the report contact the Division of Land 8a lea after Tuesday at 1-904-488-1631 For more Information about Monday's meeting call Bob Howell at 966-3200 This Weekend ment and reducing crime against women and children will be two of the top priorities during her term "Many people do not realize that women are six times more likely and children are 20 times more to suffer violence at the of loved ones in their own 'Brown said TODAY Bazaar — Anna Maria bland Privateers’ Thieves’ Market 8 am -3 pjn in Shell'i Restaurant parking lot 3200 East Bay Drive Holmes Beach Bazaar — Patio sale 8 am-2 pm at Heather Hills Estates 4926 Third St W Bradenton features white elephant ale coffee doughnuts hot dogs and Bazaar — Buckler’s third annual craft fair 10 am -6 pm at Manatee Convention Center One Haben BM Pabnet- "My primary goal will be to bring the women’s caucua together on issues that we can all agree on to benefit not only women but all people of our etate” to feature 200 craftspeople from acroee th United Stetete Aanbiion: (8 children younger then 18 admitted free Bazaar — Sarasota Visual Art Center manors the 21at annual Sarasota Bay Arte and Crafta Festival 10 am -6 pm at Sarasota County Fairgrounds 3000 Singling Bird Sarasota Admission: $8 adults children 18 and younger admitted free Basaar — Tin Literacy Council of Manatee County will hava a “Trash and Treasure sab at 8 am in the United Way parking lot 1701 14th 8t W Bradenton Proceeds ' will benefit the council’s work to teach adulte how to read and write Donation accepted Information: 746-8197 Bazaar — Flea market to benefit the Athletic Booster Chib of Bayehote 8chool will be 8 am -4 pm at 84th St W Bradenton Information: 7664)880 Bazaar — Annuel attic cob at 8 am at Bradenton Woman’s Chib 1706 Manatee Ave WH features antiques coUect-iblaa trash and treasures and food Breakfast — Pancake breakfast to benefit West Side Fire Department Vol-30-11:30 am Park Clark Road and Interstate 76 8arasota Tickets: 87 at tha gate to advance at Scots Cornsr Derideon Paper Pad and Books-A-Million in Sarasota or at Books-A-Million and Chop Shop in Bradenton Information: 963-6707 RtHt fair — Tha American Cancer Society Mantes County Unit and Vn-— County Rural Health Services Inc sponsor a hedth fob "tin Awareness A Family Affair 9 am-330 pm at Semoset Health Cen-tsr 2708 fith St E Bradenton Actiyi-- ties include free prostata screenfy free mammograms to qualified participant! patting aoo magic show foe punting end clowns Information: 768-6471 Laser shows — Laser Bishop Planetarium 201 Bradenton: “Pnchedelie P-m- Pmk Floyd's 77i Dwuion made of Rush at 1649 light shows at 1 10th St W 60 end “70s’ at 7:80 pm Bell st 9 pm music or itusn et iww Pink Floyd’s The Watt at mid- Admiaaion: 5-12 I&50 adulte 8349 7:30-11:30 am at Elks Lodge 2611 76th St W Bradenton Coot to adulte $149 children younger then 12 Breakfast — Palmetto High Twelve Chib sponsors a pancake ana sausage breakfast 8-12 am at Palmetto Masonic Templa 404 10th Ave W Palmetto Donation: (860 Museum — "Larry Cat In Spaced iter how at 1949 am followed by “Friendly Manatee" museum program et South Florida Museum 201 10th St W Bradenton Activities an designed for children 6-9 Admimion: 86 adults to seniors $349 children 6-12 Information: 746-413L Show — St Barnard Guild sponsors its 26th annuel Antique Show end Sab 10 am-6 pm et St Bernard Center Holmes Bench Admission: $249 et tha door Show — The Service Chib of Manatee County sponsors its 80th annuel Antique A Collectables Show end Sals Patty and Friend Antique Mall of Manbuiy “ ' caption 8-4 pm at 209 Ninth 8t Bradenton Sea members’ all-media ex-hlbitioo Free Information: 746-2862 i s Bazaar — Buckler’s third annual craft fair 10 am-6 pm at Manatee Convention Center Ons Habsn BtaL Palmetto features 200 craftspeople from across tha United States Admission: $8 adulte children younger than 18 admitted free Breakfast — Community breakfast served 9 am-1 pm at Templa Beth EL 2209 76th St W- Bradenton Coat: $376 adulte $249 children 7-12 Circua — Ringling Brae and Barnum A Bailey Circue will perform at 1 and 540 pm at Bayfront Center 400 First St S St Petersburg Tickets: 8960 11160 end 81346 available at box office 1-813-898-2100 or Tichetmastar Information: 1-818-892-6767 Concert — Southern Harmony gospel quartet 640 pm at Pictown (Hub-house 60th Avenue Plaza Wait off UA 41 free - ' t Cut-A-Thoa — 8aaay Hair Fashions sponsors a Cut-A-Thon 10 am-2 pm at Midtown Pizza 1291 8 Tamuuni Trail Sarasota to benefit United Cerebral Palsy of Sansota-Manatss and Southwest Florida Inc All services will be half-price and all proceeds go to UCP Appointments: 868-6626 light show at netarium 201 10th St W Bradenton: “CoolOldiea ’50 and l60e $340 16 pm children 6-11 8640 adults enton Municipal Auditorium 100 10th W Tickets 1 Ini Circue — - Brae end Baraum A Bailey Circue will perform at 11 am and 340 1 “ i end 740 pm at 1 ter 400 First St 8 St Tickets: 8940 $1140 end $1840 ebb at boz office 1-813-898-2100 or Ticketmeeter Information: 1-818-802-6767 Dane — German-American Chib of Manatee County sponsors a Snow Bird Dance at 7 pm at Bayshora Gardena Recreation Center 6819 26th 8t W Bradenton Music by A Band Called Fred Reservations for sight or man: 766-61901 Festival — Tha Scottish Heritage Society of Sarasota sponsors tha Sarasota Scottish Highland Games end Heritage Festival 9 am-6 pm at Twin Lakes St 792-2788 Show — Manatee Orchid Society sponsors its 81st annual show 1-6 pm at the Boys and Gbb Chib 6281 aJthl St W Bradenton Free admimion Thome b “Blizzard of Color Nineteen major awards end man than 200 ribbons will be awarded Ses orchids grown hy mom-ben of several societies commercial exhibitor and an educational exhibit from the World Orchid Canter at Selby Gar- Show — Manatee County Sheriffs Mounted Poses sponsors speed i hone show at 5 pm at the Poses Road t Show — Tha Service dub of Manatee County sponsors its 80th annuel Antique A Collectable! Show end Sob with Patty end Friend Antique Mall of 8t Petersburg 11 am-6 'p-m at Bradenton Municipal Auditorium 100 10th 8t W Tickets $3 Information: 792-2788 s Show — Manatas Orchid 8ociety sponsors its 81st annual show noon-6 pm at tbs Boys and Girls did) 6281 84th St W Bradenton Free admimion Them is ‘Blizzard of Color” Nineteen major awards and mon than 200 ribbons will bo awarded Sac orchids grown by mom bore of several societies commercial exhibitors end an educational exhibit from tha World Orchid Center at Selby Gar- na 2400 band racing flag race pole banding speed end stop Texes straight barrels hairpin keyhole anna no and buddy pick-up No charn for spectators Information: Pam Smith 747-1811 or Petersen 746-2029 SUNDAY Art — Art League of Manatee County's membership committee sponsors a n- Tribute — Manotea Opportunity Council sponsors the 13th annual Martin Luther King Jr Tribute 8-6 pm at Manatee Convention Center One Haben Blvd Palmetto Serah Greene national executive director of Hood Start will bo keynote speaker Entertainment will he provided by The Voioee of Praise Bingen end Faith Temple Mem Choir Admiaaion is free Information: 747-762L V CARS From Page 1 Department of Law Enforcement that has uncovered 14 more vehicle believed to be stolen authorities explained More arreata are pending Glades County Sheriff Berry Wal-- bourn stated in a preu release issued Friday The case may be important to some Manatee County residents because Bay is known to have sold vehicles through advertisements in Auto Trader magazine according to the sheriff’s office and court records That magazine ia circulated in the county "We feel thia guy has sold a ton of vehicles through the Auto Trader said David Bristow a Manatee County Sheriff's Office spokesman "We don't know specifically if he sold vehicle to Manatee County residents” Anyone who purchased a vehicle from Bay is asked to rail Detective Buchanan at 858-9441 or 747-3011 Bristow said The break in the case happened Dec 5 when Washington State Patrol Trooper Sid Grant “We feel this guy has sold a ton of vehicles through the Auto Trader” David Bristow Manatee County Sheriff ' Office spokesman noticed the vehicle identification number on the frame of a 1987 Toyota was ground smooth according to coprt records The truck was traced back to Bay authorities said Bay sold tha truck to Randall Gunning of Clearwater on Nov 4 at the Shell service station 7205 55th Ave EL in Manatee County according to court records Gunning shipped the truck to an automobile auction he owns in Washington state where the truck waa sold and tha buyer tried to get it retitled prompting Trooper Grant’s discovery All stolen vehicles add by Bay that are cited in court records and other documents were stolen in Missouri last year as recently as Dec 22 Deputies noted on their arrest report that Bay’s bond of $200000 should not be reduced because he ia a risk to flee to Missouri ' Bay remained in the Manatee County jail Friday night Home Delivery Bradenton Herald Call 748-6666 Dec Dec You laughed at me when I turned 40 Nowifsmy turn Ha! Hal Love FatAbert and Mom Myra and Michael DENTIST Ronald J Smith DDS announces the relocation of his office for the practice of General Dentistry and Restorative Dentistry on February L 1995 to die Manatee Corporate Center 6404 Manatee Avenue West Suite "C" Bradenton Florida 34209-2358 (813)798-3652 the report Lobeck will apeak at a with riu apeak ht of the Sarasota County Council of Neighborhood Associations Representatives of two Manatee County associations were unfamiliar with tha report when contacted Friday Among other things the state is recommending developers ha required to give control of the homeowners' association to the Lobeck said that was a positive recommendation in the report but was wary of others measures Those measures if approved by the Legislature would: Give potential home buyers 10 days to back out of a contract if they do not like the deed restriction in the development Impose a $50 a day penalty if the association fails to provide requested information to a home-owner within 10 working days - Require that each board member's vote on an issue be reported in the minutes of the datum's meetings I Require notice of each asaod- reddents within seven years after ation meeting be prated 72 hours leted Present- ahead of time or letters be sent to the project ia comp ly there is no deadline for developers to turn over the association each member at least one week ahead of time Hmeiican Cancer Sodeluy ean ar G'ANGERfAWARBNESSIBffAlFTAMiavl’AEFAIR SAM0SET HEALTH CENTER 2703 19th Street Court East Bradenton FL Join Us fora Day of Fun & Information That Could Save Your Life A part of the Health Fair we are offering: Mammograms to those Blood Bank donations who qualify & screening for Prostrate exams and blood work to check for cancer Cholesterol screens Childhood Immunizations bone marrow donation potential Referral for skin cancer potential For More Info Call 753-6471 Gospel Grou Petting zoo Face Painting and much morel Sponsored by: American Cancer Society Manatee County Rural Health Services 1 9 t i 1 I I I 1

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