Sunday Register in Sandusky, Ohio
27 May 2000

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27 May 2000

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Sunday Register (Newspaper) - May 27, 2000, Sandusky, Ohio Obituaries Jameson c. Barnes nov. 9,1985-april 18, 2000 Burgoon Omo Jameson c. Barnes 14, of Bur Goon died april 18, at Home. He was born in port Clinton. He was in eighth Grade at Lakota Junior High school where he was a member of the band and football team. He also played guitar and had Many interests and hobbies outside of school. He is survived by his parents James and Amy Barnes two Brothers Jonathan and Christopher at Home and his grandparents Patsy and Gary Mazey of Van Buren Ohio and Ken and veda Barnes of Hastings Mich. Services were april 21 at Keller Ochs Koch funeral Home Fremont. Ricott Betty 0. Robinson june 12,1930-May 25,2000 Bellevue Betty o. Robinson 69, of East main Street Bellevue died thursday at Home. She was born in Dillonvale Ohio. She was a homemaker and enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren. She is survived by one son Thomas Dawson of Xenia Ohio one daughter Cynthia a. Ridings of Dayton seven grandchildren one great grandchild and two Brothers Robert Robinson of Bellevue and Charles Robinson of Galion Ohio. She was preceded in death by her parents Wilbur and Lennie o. May huh Robinson and one brother Thomas Robinson. Friends May Call from 1 . Until services at 2 . Tuesday at Foos amp son funeral Home 311w. Main St., Bellevue. Burial will be in Bellevue Ranee Isaac May 23,2000-May 23,2000 Mansfield Alyssa Ranee Isaac was stillborn tuesday at me Central Mansfield. She was the daughter of misty Melton and Phillip Isaac. There will be no calling hours. Graveside services will be 10 30 . Tuesday at Mansfield memorial Park with the Rev. Thomas Blair officiating. Wappner funeral directors Mansfield is in charge of arrangements. Dale Strecker May 26,2000 Bellevue Dale Strecker of East main Street Bellevue died Friday evening at Home. Arrangements will be announced by Harris funeral Home l Ricotta dec. 13,1940-May 25,2000 Sandusky Peter l. Ricotta 59, of 2708 Hinde ave., Sandusky died unexpectedly thursday morning at Home. He was bom in mount pleasant pa., and was a . Air Force Veteran serving for eight years. He retired from new departure Hyatt in 1988 after 22 years. He was a member of its. Peter amp Paul Catholic Church am vets and Mills Creek menus Golf league. He was an avid golfer and Lascar fan. He is survived by his wife of 25 years Marie Loehn Ricotta four daughters mrs. Scott Debbie Mellon of Dayton Annemarie Roeder of new London mrs. Bill Michelle Ross of new London and mrs. Todd Tina Wise of Norwalk two sons Robert c. Steler of Sandusky and Peter j. Ricotta of Martin Luther Hartman sept. 20.1906-May 26,2000 Clyde Martin Luther Hartman 93, formerly of South main Street Clyde died Friday at the arbours of Clyde. He was born in Bellefonte pa., and had lived in Clyde since 1928. He was a pump line operator for Whirlpool corp. In Clyde retiring in 1974. He was a member of first presbyterian Church Clyde and the Clyde eagles. He is survived by one daughter Kay Zumwald of Bellevue and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents Peter Burton Hartman Cincinnati eight grandchildren three Sisters mrs. James Antoinette Grimm of Sandusky mrs. Andrew Margarette Haren Char of mount pleasant pa., and Marie Ricotta of Avon Lake and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Pietro and Mary Vissari Ricotta and three Brothers Anthony Anthony j. And John a. Ricotta. Friends May Call from 3-8 . Monday at Groff funeral Home 1607 e. Perkins ave., Sandusky. Funeral services will be at 9 30 . Hie Day at the funeral Home followed by a 10 . Mass at its. Of Eter amp Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Frank Kehres officiating. Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. Memorial contributions May be made to the american heart association Northeast Ohio affiliate inc., 1689 e. 115th St., Cleveland of 44106-3988 or to its. Peter amp Paul Catholic Church. And Sarah Ellen love Hartman his wife Helen Vanator Hartman on aug. 5,1920, whom he married july 14,1934 one infant son James Hartman three Brothers and two Sisters. Friends May Call from 11 . Until services at 1 . To tuesday at Mitchell Auxter funeral Home Clyde with the Rev. Alex Mclean officiating. Burial will be in Mcpherson cemetery. Memorial contributions May be made to the american cancer society. Lawrence i. Larry Hancy May 26,2000 Huron Lawrence j. Larry Haney of Huron died Friday morning at Home after a lengthy illness. He was bom in Cleveland and had lived in Huron for 18 years. He was a . Army Veteran serving in Japan and the Philippines. He was a former member of the West Shore unitarian Church of Rocky River Ohio and a member of Huron yacht club. He was a self employed artist and sculptor and was chosen As an outstanding Young american artist and was listed in Quot who a who in Interior his works were exhibited in los Angeles Aspen Colo. Berea Ohio bar Harbor Maine and Alford England. He also taught creativity classes and wrote several books on creativity open ended Art and hand Herbert Myers nov. 5,1921-May 26,2000 Sandusky Herbert l. Myers 78, of 323 /2 Jefferson St., Sandusky died Friday morning at Providence Hospital after a Brief illness. He was born in new London Ohio. He retired from Dixon Ticonderoga after 15 years prior to which he worked at the Apex co. Until it closed As Well As the Schaechterle Nursery in Norwalk and on boats in the great lakes. He enjoyed gardening animals and watching sports. He is survived by two Sisters writing analysis. He also wrote two books of poetry. He was Active in the renovation of Many older Homes in Berea. He was an avid admirer of classical and jazz music and a charter member of the North coast storm watchers club. He is survived by his wife Marian two daughters Dawn and april Haney of Cleveland two stepdaughters Laura Nemeth of Sandusky and Clara Heinrich of Oak Harbor Wash. And two Brothers Ray Haney of new Mexico and Paul Haney of Cleveland. He was preceded in death by one sister Jane Schneider. A memorial service will be at 3 30 . Wednesday at Christ episcopal Church 120 Ohio Sandusky with the Rev Gene Smercina officiating. Memorial contributions May be made to the american cancer society northeastern Ohio Region Western area 43099 n. Ridge Road Elyria of 44035 or to Stein hospice 1200 Sycamore line Sandusky of 44870. Rose b. Finlay and Vivian pen Field both of Norwalk one brother David Weimer of scotch Plains . And numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents Horace and Catherine Hahn Myers. Friends May Call from 5-8 . Monday at the Groff funeral Home. Services will be at 1 . Tuesday at the funeral Home. Burial will be in new London cemetery. World liberian government rebels release 180 More hostages by the associated press Freetown Sierra Leone Sierra Leone guerrillas released 180 More . Hostages Friday even As the country a president announced that rebel Lead foday Sankoh will be prosecuted. The . Peacekeeper captives were handed Over to authorities in Toyah a Border town in neighbouring Liberia a statement released world Roundup compiled from wire reports London students refection by Oxford unleashes debate Laura Spence has outstanding grades and is heading to Harvard on a $25,000-a-year scholarship. The British government says that a a scandal. Not because the 18-year-old Public school graduate is going to Harvard but because she was rejected by Oxford University a move that has reignited a Long running debate about elitism in the British education system. A i think its a scandal if a child has to go to Harvard rather than getting into Oxford Don t you a education Secretary David Blunkett said Friday in an interview on British broadcasting corp. Radio. Spence earned top grades of Quot a Star Quot in All 10 subjects she attempted in the general certificate of secondary education exams taken by some 600,000 students per year nearly All British 16-year-Olds. Still she was denied admission to oxfords Magdalen College. Nairobi Kenya 64 governments eur sign environmental safeguard sixty four governments and the european Union on Friday agreed to safeguards aimed at reducing the risk that genetically modified plants will harm the environment Klaus Toepfer executive director of the . Environment Agency warned that the genetically modified organisms could enter the environment without such an agreement. He said they pact seeks to minimize risks posed by International movement of such organisms. It addresses fears that without proper policing plants that have been altered genetically could pass on traits to other plants with undesired results or that imported plants May threaten the ecology of their new Homes. In Monrovia said. Liberia said the latest release left fewer than 100 of the original 500 hostages still in rebel hands. In the governments first announcement on Sankoh a Fate since his capture earlier this month president Ahmed Tejan Kabbah accused the rebel chief of committing serious crimes. A this time around Sankoh will be prosecuted a he said in comments carried on state radio and television. Kabbah did no to say what charges the rebel chief would face or when a trial would be held. The government has said that any prosecution would be for crimes that were committed after the signing of a peace Accord a year ago that ended Sierra leones eight year civil War. The government has been investigating Sankoh a role in the deaths of 21 people at the hands of rebel gunmen during a protest in front of Sankoh a Freetown residence earlier this month and Well As allegations that rebels have been involved in Diamond smuggling. . And human rights officials have also charged that rebels have continued to carrying out killings and rapes in the parts of Sierra Leone it still controls. The developments came As the United nations revealed that it believes several mutilated corpses found this week in War ravaged West african nation were the bodies of . Peacekeepers. The bodies Are believed to be four zambians and one or two nigerians . Spokesman David Wimhurst said. They were badly decomposed when found monday and in some cases Only whitened Bones remained. Peru faces isolation by the associated press president Alberto Fujimori Heads into sundays presidential Runoff alone running toward certain Victory a and a possible future of International isolation and Domestic turmoil. Criticism rained Down Friday after Fujimori a decision to go ahead with the Runoff despite the Boycott of opposition candidate Alejandro Toledo violent Street protests and the withdrawal of foreign monitors. President Clinton urged Peru on Friday to postpone the Runoff saying that without a delay there is no Way to ensure the election is fair. A free fair and open elections Are the foundation of a democratic society a Clinton said. A without them our relationship with Peru inevitably will be analysts said that by running uncontested Fujimori risked having the legitimacy of his Rule questioned. A what he has done is suicide a said political scientist Fernando Rospigliosi. A it will be a government considered illegitimate by a Large portion of the population and will be questioned monitors from the organization of american states insisted the elections be postponed at least 10 Days to give their experts time to evaluate ballot counting computer software. The Oas said it would reduce its Mission to an absolute minimum because by International standards Peru a electoral process is tainted. Fujimori is seeking a third five year term despite a constitutional ban on three consecutive terms. A if Fujimori forces the election on the 28th and he is proclaimed president he is not going to last until the end of the year a predicted Julio Carrion an authority on peruvian politics who teaches at the University of Delaware. A people have been mobilized. The International Community is clearly against a photo an unidentified Christian Speaks out against the government of president Alberto Fujimori Friday in front of the presidential Palace in Lima Peru. A continuation of his Fujimori has shown surprising resilience in the past. International criticism of his actions seemingly has no effect on him. Polls released this week show Fujimori with a comfortable Lead of eight to 10 percentage Points Over Toledo prompting Many to wonder Why he did not agree to postpone the vote. A by allowing the postponement to go on it was a win win situation for president Fujimori a Eduardo Stein head of the Oas Mission said Friday. But hard liners within the government particularly military commanders apparently feared Public opinion could swing to Toledo again during a prolonged Campaign. Fujimori has ruled in close Alliance with the military which supported him when he temporarily shut Congress and the supreme court in 1992, accusing them of blocking his War on leftist rebels. Fujimori s running mate Francisco tudela told foreign correspondents thursday that it was possible the United states might impose sanctions but he was confident latin american countries would not Man charged with Domestic Sandusky a Sandusky Man was charged with felony Domestic violence thursday afternoon after he allegedly grabbed a woman by the Throat. Police were called to the Home of David w. Smith 30, and Tara Thatcher 24, in 1500 Block of Sagamore St. At 12 34 . When they arrived both Smith and Thatcher told them everything was Fine now. Smith said they a been arguing about him not going to work that Day. Thatcher told police that while they were arguing Smith grabbed her by the Throat scratching her. Smith also had scratches which Thatcher said were from her trying to get him to let go. Simple cremation 575 w a w Complete no hidden service fee 1877-827-Foos toll free Call for free brochure pre need arrangement available Foos Klein funeral Home serving the entire Sandusky area the Mea $ lowest cremation Cost provider Oppositi Onen arrested in Haiti by the associated press port a Mil Nib Haiti haitian rights activists on Friday denounced the arrests of dozens of opposition politicians after an apparent election Victory by former president Jean Bertrand Aristide s party. At least 34 opposition figures have been arrested since sundays vote for parliament and local offices. Fifteen Are members of the struggling people s organization and 19 from the five party space for Concord coalition. Several More space for Concord members were arrested in provincial towns said space for Concord spokesman Evans Paul. Louis Roy director of the National office for the Protection of the citizen an autonomous state Agency condemned the arrests which he said were conducted without warrants. A we Are troubled by the fact that police have singled out members of the opposition a Roy said. At least seven detainees were candidates a including former parliamentary majority spokesman sen. Paul Denis accused of illegal firearms Possession. By Miller food stores a touch tree a state of the Art technology Cleveland amp Rye Beach Road Huron Craft amp toy show auction fundraiser $10.00 Deborah Alex Saunders for Erie county commissioner May 31, 2000 6 pm 9 pm Holiday inn Milan Road near route 2 paid for by committee to elect Deborah Alex Saunders Carol Babcock 3509 Milan Sandusky of 44870 pubic Welcome refreshments served

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