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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - March 24, 1998, Sandusky, Ohio \ obit artist Alexande Rjoseph Alexanderjr. Sandusky Joseph j. Alexander jr., 50,1707 Filmore St., Sandusky died saturday March 21, 1998, in Providence Hospital Sandusky after a Brief illness. He was born june 14, 1947, in Montgomery Ala. He was employed by the former Vulcan materials in Sandusky and the Ford motor co., in Lorain. He was a member of few Jerusalem Baptist Church Sandusky where he served on the usher Board. He is survived by one daughter Tameeka Alexander Sandusky one son Robert Alexander Ogden Utah four grandchildren three aunts one Uncle several close friends and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents Joseph and Lula Lee Foster Alexander or. Friends May Call from 11 . Wednesday until the time of services at 1 . Wednesday in the new Jerusalem Baptist Church 1920 Shelby St., Sandusky. The Rev. Eddy Henry will officiate. Burial will be in Meadow Green cemetery Huron. Memorial contributions May be made to new Jerusalem Baptist Church. The Andres Toft funeral Home amp crematory 2001 Columbus ave., Sandusky is in charge of arrangements. Willa Brown Sandusky Willa a. Brown 80,1638 s. Putnam St., Sandusky died monday evening March 23, 1998, at Home after a Brief illness. Survivors and arrangements will be announced by Andres Toft funeral Home and crematory 2001 Columbus ave., Sandusky. John Caldwell Clyde a John Melvin Caldwell 23, Ralston Street Clyde died sunday March 22, 1998, due to injuries sustained in an automobile Accident. He was born . 15,1974, in Fremont. He attended first Brethren Church Fremont. He graduated from Clyde High school in 1995 and worked As a labourer for Rax on the Ohio turnpikes Erie Island. He is survived by one daughter Michaliw Myers Clyde his father John m. Hall Kentucky his Mother Connie Caldwell Raifsnider Clyde his Stepfather Garry Raifsnider Clyde one brother Kevin Glenn Clyde one sister Diana Glenn Clyde one Stepbrother Anthony Raifsnider Clyde one Stepsister Melissa Raifsnider Norwalk his grandparents Darley and Dianne Caldwell of Pomeroy Ohio Melvin and Bertha Hall of Kentucky and Pauline Raifsnider of Clyde. He was preceded in death by his grandmother Doris Caldwell and his Grandfather Charles Raifsnider. Friends May Call from 9 30 . Wednesday until the time of services at 11 . Wednesday in the Mitchell Auxter funeral Home 218 s. Main St., Clyde. The Rev. De Miller will officiate. Memorial contributions May be made to the family. Edna Klingbiel Long Beach Calif. Edna Klingbiel 88, Long Beach Calif., died thursday March 19,1998. She was born in Sandusky Ohio and later moved to California. She was a clerk at the Long Beach veterans Hospital for 30 years. She is survived by one sister Lenora Mcgory and a Friend Margaret Turk. She was preceded in death in 1990 by her husband Frederick who she married in Sandusky. Services will be at 10 . Today in St. Anthonys Church Long Beach. Interment will be in Riverside National cemetery. Stricklin snively mortuary Long Beach is in charge of Nusbaum Punta Gorda Fla. Kenneth w. Nusbaum 57, deep Creek Punta Gorda Fla., died sunday March 22,1998, in Punta Gorda. He was born Jan. 4,1941, in Tiffin. He served in the . Navy. He was a contractor. He moved from Sandusky to Florida in 1984. He is survived by one daughter Linda Nusbaum Punta Gorda and one son Mark Nusbaum Punta Gorda. There will be no visitation. Services will be private at a later Date. Memorial contributions May be made to the american heart association 28441 s. Tamami Trail unit 208, Bonita Springs Al 34134. Forest Lawn cremation port Charlotte Fla., is in charge of Dennis port Clinton Betty j. Dennis 76, formerly of 404 Brinker St., Bellevue died monday March 23,1998, at Magruder memorial Hospital port Clinton. She was born july 25, 1921, in Ironton Ohio. She was a Public school Secretary for the Bellevue elementary schools for 10 years. She was a 1939 graduate of Ironton High school. She was a Volunteer at the Bellevue Hospital gift shop for Many years was a member of first United methodist Church Bellevue and a member of the Green thumb Garden club. She is survived by one son Roger Dennis Bay Village Ohio two daughters Jeanne Pugh and Bev Erly Roach both of Bellevue five grandchildren one brother James f. Thomas Ironton and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her first husband Kenneth Volgares her second husband Robert e. Dennis and her parents Franklin and Roma Baker Thomas. Friends May Call from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 . Wednesday at Harris funeral Home 289 w. Main St., Bellevue. Services will be 11 . Thursday at first United methodist Church Bellevue. The Rev. Douglas Lewis will officiate. Burial will be in Bellevue cemetery Bellevue. Memorial contributions May be hard lessons in the Fields a Congress hears from child workers san Francisco a at age 16, Cesar Gonzales is already a Veteran far worker. A thick scar below his right Elbow reminds Cesar of his first Days in the Fields when he slipped and fell on some Sharp farming tools. His hands Are marred with old cuts and scratches a result of All the work he a done harvesting asparagus tomatoes watermelons pears apples peaches grapes and the like. Like Many far worker children Cesar went to work to help his family pay the Bills. He was a Good student until he dropped out at age 15. He Hasni to Given up Hope a but his family still comes first. A i just want to go Back to school a he told a forum on child labor in agriculture. A but i know if i help them i done to know where wed be right Cesar told his Story monday to rep. Tom Lantos a California Democrat rep. Tom Campbell a California Republican and a roomful of other child labor experts. 1 the forum was set up to investigate whether kids like Cesar Are being Given the same shot at a future As other children. Of particular concern was a new report that found that boys and girls doing farm work generally receive less Protection under the Law than children in other industries. I a children working in agriculture Are legally permitted to work at younger Ages in More hazardous occupations and for longer periods of time than their Peers in other industries a said the report com a photo Oscar Reyes 9, of Hollister Calif., shows congressmen the shears he has used to Cut paprika since he was four years old. Piled by the general accounting office Congress investigative . Released at the hearing and reported on last week by the associated press it also said that government agencies responsible for enforcement have devoted a a relatively Low level of resources to policing child workers in agriculture. John Fraser acting administrator of the wage and hour division of the department of labor which is responsible for enforcing Federal child labor Laws testified that his department is committed to promoting work opportunities for Young people while assuring that their work is positive Safe and does no to interfere with their education. He noted that the Clinton administration has requested increased funding for the enforcement of child labor Laws but Lantos and others argued that More needs to be done. Oscar Reyes just 9 years old has been working in the Fields of Northern California with his parents since age 4 a More than half his life. With droopy eyes and an electric smile Oscar can spend up to 10 hours a Day cutting paprika bagging onions and Topping garlic working after school and on weekends and vacations. He a so Small that his Black workbooks dangled above the floor As he sat. Quite shy he managed Only simple responses to his questioners. A is it pretty hard Oscar a Lantos asked. a yeah sometimes you get very tired a a yeah a Oscar squeaked. A and very hot a and thirsty and you a rather go swimming a How Many oscars Are there the Gao report estimates 155,000 children aged 15 to 17 May be working in agriculture based on the governments current population Survey which is the work of census takers. Even the Gao believes those figures May be Low. The Gao did no to try to calculate How Many of the boys and girls Are working illegally. They Are out there. In a five month investigation the associated press found 165 children working illegally in 16 states. A Rutgers University labor economist who Analysed workplace and population data for the a series estimated that 290,200 children were employed unlawfully last year. About 59,600 of them were under age 14. Oscars father Hurias Reyes of Hollister Calif., admitted knowing that it was against the Law for Oscar to work. Why do it because Reyes said his family needed the Money. Cesar who lives in Stockton Calif., is hoping to break out of that trap. He would like to become an electrical Engineer but for now his classroom is the nations Patchwork of Fields and his lessons the different foods he harvests. A i do not want my Sisters and Little brother a he said a to work in the Fields like my parents and weather i local tonight Clear Early then increasing Clouds toward Daybreak. Low 25 to 30. Light and variable wind becoming South 5 to 10 mph. Wednesday Light rain Likely. High 50 to 55. Chance of rain is 70 percent. Extended thursday a Chance of showers Early then fair and warmer. Lows in the 40s and highs in the 60s except lower 70s far South. Friday fair Windy and warm. Lows 45 to 55 and highs from the upper 60s to lower 70s. Saturday a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows 50 to 55 with highs 65 to 70. Data 24 hour High .84 1910 24 hour Low.11 1974 Sunset tonight .,6 48 . Sunrise tomorrow .6 27 . Lake Levels were unavailable. Lake Erie tonight West winds 5 to 15 knots becoming South. Waves less than 2 feet. Wednesday South winds 10 to 15 knots increasing to 15 to 25 knots. A Chance of rain. Waves building to 4 to 6 feet. The Lake temperature is 39 degrees. Nation a Rainy Day was on tap today from the Pacific coast across the Northern Plains and into the mid South while the rest of the country looked Forward to mild weather. Rain was expected to be scattered on the Northwest coast and steady through the Day in Central California then move South by evening. Moderate rain was forecast from san Francisco to Reno nev., with some thunderstorms and Gusty winds. In the Sierra Nevada Range the snowfall and winds brought the risk of hazardous travel mudslides and Flash floods in the lower elevations. Scattered rain also was predicted from Idaho and Montana into Wyoming with isolated showers in Utah and Colorado a turning to Snow in the higher spots of the Rockies. Clouds and Light rain or Snow also were expected in the Northern Plains. A trough pushing through the Northeast and great lakes was bringing mostly Cloudy skies and scattered Snow. Another system was bringing Light rain through the Day to Tennessee Northern Mississippi Alabama Georgia and the Carolinas. A Clear Day was forecast from the Ohio Valley through the mid Atlantic states in the Southwest and in the Southern Plains. Almanac k births fire lands a Karol and Ryan Spicer Castalia daughter. A Beth and Matt Kosior Sandusky daughter. Out of the area a tim and Kirsten Jackson 7053 rustling winds ave., Las vegas nev., Are the parents of a daughter Gabrielle born March 15,1998. Paternal grandparents Are mar Lene Canino Jackson and tim Jackson Findlay. Paternal great grandparents Are mrs. Celeste Canino 4613 Pinewood drive Sandusky and the late Anthony j. Canino. Ships log a motor vessel . Mcgiffin expected at noon today. A motor vessel american Mariner expected at 10 . Today. / / compare this adjustable bed before you buy and rest easy. 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State St. 800-837-9834 Ein Blay 402 Tiffin ave. 800-321-7833 Prepon 3246 Navarra Ava. 888-893-7413 Joni commission 8anpusky 5500 Milan re. 825-2804 800-444-9237 made to the first United methodist Church 901 Northwest St., Bellevue of 44811.therman Uland Shelby a Therman a a same Uland 54, Shiloh died monday March 23,1998, in Shelby of natural causes. Survivors and arrangements will be announced at a later time by Eastman funeral Home 49 w. Main St., Chaffee Norwalk Helen Chaffee 73, Riverview Road Huron died sunday March 22,1998, at Fisher Titus medical Center in Norwalk after a Long illness. She was born May 21, 1924, in Jerome a. She had lived the past 60 years in the Huron Berlin Heights area. She is survived by her husband Lawrence Chaffee Huron three sons Timothy Darrow Garland Texas Ronald Chaffee Collins and Stephen Chaffee Huron three daughters mrs. Frank Cathy Carrico Norwalk Helena Grossbeck Mansfield and Debra Massie it. Smith Ark. Two Brothers Andrew Richko Jeannette a and Steve Olenick Wintersville Ohio 12 grandchildren two great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents Andy and Anna Olenick Richko one daughter Margaret Louise three Brothers George John and Pete Richko and two Sisters Ann Vudrogovic and Mary Oakler. Friends May Call from noon wednesday until the time of services at 2 . Wednesday in the Hinman Tanner funeral Home 38 South St., Berlin Heights. The Rev. Len Goodwin will officiate. Burial will follow in Milan cemetery Sikela Avon John j. Sikela 91, Avon died monday March 23,1998, at new life St. Joseph hospice Lorain after a Brief illness. He was born . 1, 1906, in Czechoslovakia. He resided in Avon for 50 years coming from Lakewood. He was a world War ii army Veteran serving in Europe in the Battle of the bulge. He had been an Illustrator for . Comics where he worked on the Superman and superbly comics. He was a member of the disabled american veterans in Lorain. He is survived by one son James Englewood Colo. One daughter Joan Needham Huron and four grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Margaret t. Chalupka and his parents John and Mary pro Rasnic Sikela. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . Wednesday at the Busch Burmeister family Chapel 32000 Detroit Road Avon. Interment will be thursday at holy Cross cemetery Brook Park. Memorial contributions May be made to the disabled american veterans 500 e. 25th St., Lorain of 44052 or the new life hospice Center of St. Joseph 5255 n. Abbe Road Elyria of 44035. Mail mystery Columbus a a mysterious Black powdery substance in a package mailed to sen. John Glenn injured three workers and forced the evacuation of the Federal building. The package also contained a 12-Page Handwritten letter full of racial and ethnic slurs apparently from a a militia Type a said Vicki Butland a Glenn spokeswoman. The unidentified substance caused the workers hands to turn a purplish color and numbed them for several hours monday. . Molas furniture will be closed thurs., March 26,1998 to re set All floors for final markdown on All furniture accessories amp bedding clean carpet matters Hills expert cleaning methods Are not Only guaranteed they re also Safe for children and pets. So done to just sweep dirt under the us today for a clean you can Trust. A steam amp shampoo cleaning a area rugs amp Wall to Wall a stain removal a odor control 300 so. It. Stairs extra a Bill a. A interiors 38 West main St., Norwalk 668-4828 1-800-to Hills the Register covering your news family values. Steven j. Toft licensed funeral director John c. Jack Toft crematory manager like a family Friend we re Here to help with professional sen ice Trust and the value folks have come to expect from the Toft family. We re family owned and proud to be Active members of our Community. When we say a family values that just about says it All a Andres Toft funeral Home amp crematory 2001 Columbus Avenue a Sandusky Ohio 44870 419 625-8816 a full service funeral Home from traditional i burial to on site cremation facilities

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