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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - November 8, 2008, Sandusky, Ohio Iron in the diet the ultimate a in a to a a a act chief chapter at Odd Sandusky chapter says Alexander botched elections flouts a act bylaws by Jason Singer Sandusky the local chapter of the a act is clamouring about presidential misconduct and their cries have nothing to do with George Bush or Barack Obama. According to a handful of members president Ida Alexander who runs the Sandusky a act has botched the local she just wants a life but Type 1 diabetes always turns up another complication for Sandusky teen Kassandra Bush a act elections. The members also said Alexander routinely disregards a act bylaws and runs a chronically disorganized chapter. Consequently she has Hurt the chapters image within the City. Quot the a act is supposed to be about Unity Progress and improving the Community a Richard Koonce said. Quot most members just want to help the people in our area. But we can to do that until we Start doing things the right Way most of the controversy surrounds the local a act elections. One Man who sought office Jacob Smith Ift Quot Ida Alexander is the Only spokesman for the a act. Other people can t talk. It s not official. It s a Ida Alexander Sandusky a act president was told he could t run for office because he Wasny to a Quot member in Good but other members who spoke with Smith said he is "100 percent in Good according to the 2008 a act manual on Branch election procedures Quot Good standing Quot Means someone who was a member of the Branch by april 1, 2008, and still lives in Sandusky. When the Register tried to confirm Smith s membership Alexander refused to provide documentation. �?�1 done to have to provide anything to anyone a she said. �?�1 done to need to do Alexander also condemned a act members for talking about the Branch s problems saying they had Quot no Quot you can write what other people say but its not official unless 1 say it Alexander said. Quot Ida Alexander is the Only spokesman for the a act. Other people can to talk. You can write what others say but it s garbage. Its not official. It s she then Hung up the phone. A see a act. Page a10 automotive Holvino Iwuc Union Leader hopeful for local Plant Register photo Abigail b0br0w Kassandra Bush 16, poses in her backyard with her family a dogs. By Annie Zelm Zelm Sandu sky regi Sandusky a a s Thile Many of her Peers complain Xixi about going to school Kassandra v v Bush wants nothing More than to be therewith them. The 16-year-old a who loves japanese anime cartoons hanging out with friends and watching horror movies a dreams of becoming a lawyer someday. She has a learner s permit Hopes to drive soon and would like to have a part time Job. Speaking in a tone that sounds mature beyond her years she is keenly aware of her family a financial situation and explains her desire to help out. But because of factors beyond her control All of these things seem far out of reach. Kassandra has Type 1 diabetes. Unlike the More common lifestyle driven Type 2 diabetes her condition is an autoimmune disorder that makes her dependent upon insulin. A it s crazy i feel Fine one minute and then want to help a the Pitcher family is asking the Community for assistance with medical Bills and has opened an account in their daughters name. Those interested in helping May visit vacationland Federal credit Union and ask to donate to the Kassandra Bush fund. Mimi Kassandra tells her Story at Sandusky Register com the next i m falling on the floor a a she said on a recent afternoon at the family a living room where she was watching to with her younger brother Mark Quot Wolfie or. The unpredictable spiking and plummeting of her blood sugar along with the coma like episodes that sometimes accompany them have interrupted her life for As Long As she can remember. Her Mother Valorie Pitcher said physicians first diagnosed the problem when Kassandra was still a toddler and became Quot Limp As a rag Quot in her arms. A Normal blood sugar level is below 100 milligrams a but hers was Between 750 and 800 at the time. Today she constantly monitors her blood sugar with a meter strapped to her Waist like a pager. The meter provides readings and signals to an attached insulin pump which she uses to control the problem. She also performs routine checks at each meal and takes medication to prevent kidney damage. Because of the unpredictable nature of her condition she a been Home schooled from an Early age and admits she a fallen a Little behind in her studies lately because of the migraines nausea and dizziness she frequently experiences. See Kassandra Page a9 save some Money help do Good Grace episcopal Thrift store celebrates 60 years in Sandusky by Annie Zelm _ Sandusky when a Small group of women gathered to raise Money for their Church in 1948, they never imagined their idea would become a permanent fixture of the Community. But 60 years later the Grace episcopal Thrift store 142 Market St., is still bustling with activity. As a consignment shop its Mission is to provide inexpensive Quality merchandise while raising funds for Church charities. Store manager Janet Senne said she believes the key to its longevity is the Community s constant need. A we have third generation consignors and customers a Senne said Between helping customers and balancing the books behind the inside today counter wednesday. Quot it s a personal sort of thing a we have a relationship with All our on this Day Senne helps a consignor carry in a bulging cardboard Box of items. In the Back room volunteers sort through the belonging Sale Celebration a what a half Price Sale to Mark 60 years of service a where Grace episcopal Thrift store 142 Market St., Sandusky a when a the store is open from 11 30 . To 4 30 . Monday Friday. Lafaette Vance buys a shirt tie and suit jacket for $7.50 at Grace Thrift store from Janet Senne on wednesday. Register photo Abby Verbosky and toss soiled or torn items. They Price them according to condition and Sale potential. Shirts and Slacks Range from $1 to $5, and Coats Start at $5. Most shoes Cost an average of $2, Senne said. A see Thrift store Page a9 Ach will sell parts despite Ford losses local 1216 chief says by Annie Zelm Margaretta twp. Despite a significant downturn in the automotive Industry a Union Leader said he remains hopeful a local Plant can weather the storm. Quot in a bad time we re in a unique situation a local Law 1216 president Kevin Furr said Friday after Ford motor co. Announced a $129 million loss in its third Quarter. Quot no matter How much Ford slows Down Well continue to make those parts for the vehicles. But the Bottom line is sales volumes is what has dictated salary and hourly cuts at our Plant so the automotive components holdings Plant in Sandusky which primarily manufactures automotive lighting systems Hasni to experienced any layoffs in the past few months he said. In late june the Plant announced temporary layoffs for 136 workers a though All but 53 of those were voluntary and Only five were considered indefinite. More recently nine production employees agreed to take buyouts. Furr said he remains optimistic that Ford will make a comeback running on fumes a Auto Industry will probably get bailout. A general motors mass Layoff plans include 1,000 workers at Lordstown. Stories Page Bio citing president elect Barack Obama a commitment to helping the automotive Industry regain its strength and the fact that Ford was in a better position than other automakers. General motors reported a loss of $2.5 billion this Quarter and announced plans to Cut another 10 percent of salaried employment costs on top of the 20 percent cuts in those costs already planned according to the associated press. Ford also announced plans to reduce its salaried personnel related costs by 10 percent by the end of2009, spokeswoman Marcey Evans said Friday. Because the plans Are for Cost reduction not head count reduction Evans said its too Early to Tell How Many employees might be affected. She added that about 2,600 Ford employees accepted buyouts at plants where they were offered until last weeks deadline for the Opportunity was up. Quot it actually exceeded the expectations of what we thought wed have in terms of acceptances at this time Quot Evans said. Obi spokesman Joe Kuo said the company declined to comment on How general motor is planned cuts might affect employees at Obi which operates the former Delphi Plant in Perkins township. Huron co. Plans to Cut $1.19m from budget sales tax Revenue Down Bacor Frolik Norwalk falling sales tax and reductions in other income sources explain Why Huron county commissioners plan to slash the county s spending by $1.19 million. Huron county s 2008 budget was $15.15 million. The proposed 2009 budget is $13.965 million. Leaner times Means significant reductions Are needed said commissioner Mike Adelman. But Adelman said the com Mission wanted to be fair about choosing where to scale Back costs. Commissioners Are choosing to give county departments roughly the same percentage of the 2009 budget As they received in 2008. Everyone gets about the same slice of pie they did last year a its just a smaller pie. Quot what we were hoping to do is make it As fair and equitable As we can a Adelman said. Take for instance the prosecutor s office. It received $507,608 in 2008 a about 4.6 percent of the available budget. See Huron county Page a5 Calendar All lottery All classifieds d2 obituaries a5 comics Bill religion a6 crossword Bridge d2 sports b1 dear Abby Bill weather to a12 4 sections 912"01554 36 pages vol. 186 no. 222 Sandusky Ohio obituaries Burrier Jack a., 79, Bellevue Currier James f., 83, Henrietta Ohio Gurney Dennis l., 65, Attica Reulem Keith a., 46, Sandusky Saleski Mary e., 84, Sandusky death notices Beatty Elizabeth c. A Bettye 85, Sandusky Moosbrugger Raymond 82, Sandusky Shephard Lillie 69, Sandusky Page a5 addresses wanted for a away for the holidays from staff reports Sandusky men and women of the United states armed services once again face the Prospect of being far from family and friends during the holidays. If your son daughter wife husband brother or sister is in the military and wont be Home for the holidays Tell the Register Send the persons name rank and full military mailing address. You May include a photo although it is not necessary. Please note the person s connection to the area in the information. As we have done for several years the Register will publish that information and invite readers to Send these servicemen and women a letter or card to let them know we appreciate the sacrifice they make on our behalf. Nov. 25 is the deadline. The information will appear nov. 30 in the Register. The information May be emailed to . Com dropped off at the Sandusky Register office during Normal business hours faxed to 419-625-3007 or mailed to away for the holidays Sandusky Register 314 w. Market St. Sandusky of 44870 fall sports photos and More at Sandusky Pix soard this weeks photos Page b4 saturday Erie county Marathon Man what kind of record did Tom Ferrell or. Set Page a3 ight years omits to attempted of girl rape Page a2 Vermilion Cliff Rescue Man plunges 30 feet Page a2 m november 8, 2 x 8 50 cents sports Blowout St. Paul hands Mcdonald a Goose egg in regional semifinals Page b1

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