2C - News-Press • Monday, January 1,1996 * * * Rose Aim F. Babiii Clara B. DePeugh Mrs* L^ee M. Highsmith, Anute Lou Tyson Georgia lawmakers Mrs Rose Ann Flournoy Babm, 87, died Saturday at the Medical Center of Central Georgia while visiting her daugh- ter She was born in Chatham County and BEAUFORT Clara Nursing Center in Beaufort. Brooks DePeugh. 96, died Sunday at Bay View She was born in Kmghtsville, Ind , and lived in Athens be/ore coming to Savannah storyteller, dies at age 94 MIAMI Mrs Annie Lou Tyson, 96, died Tuesday at Parkway General Hospi- tal in Miami. She was born in Burke County and lived m Savannah most of her life until expect '96 session was a retired sales associate for Asher's Dress Shop, working there for many years. She was a communicant of the Catholic church Beaufort 10 years ago. She was a mem- ber of the Athens Garden Dub, the Order of the Eastern Star and was a past mem- ber of Coral Gables (Fla.) Women's Club. Julia Coney "Doodle" Highsmith, who turned M on Christmas Day, died Saturday at Azalealand Nursing Home She was a life- moving to Miami eight years ago. She was educated in the Burke County public schools and was retired from Meddin Brothers Meat Packing Company She to be full of politics SURVIVORS two daughters. Elaine She and her husband were charter mem- long resident of Sa- was a member of St. Mark Baptist Hamilton of Byron and Ann Lamet of Sa- bers of Four Corners Methodist Church in vannah and was the Church in Savannah, where she served on By JOM Kirchner "We're going to be vannah; five grandchildren, Bubba La The Associated Press nier, Juli Marsh and Judi Lanier, all of Silver Springs, Md . and she was a mem- ber of First United Methodist Church in oldest and a lifelong the Senior Usher Board and in 19J83 re- ceived the church service award for val- doing the best we can to member of the First ATLANTA - Against the back- Savannah, and Edward E. Hamilton Jr Athens Presbyterian ued and faithful service to the church. drop of a US. Senate race, legisla- convince people they and Elizabeth Ann Hamilton, both of Ma- SURVIVORS: a daughter, Theodora Church. She was a SURVIVORS: a son. Leonard Gould con ; and several nieces and nephews. tive races and a new congressional should trust us to run the SchuJtz of Beaufort; two grandchildren; charter member of of Savannah; four daughters, Bernice GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2 p m Tues two great-grandchildren; and several the Junior League of Johnson of Miami, Margaret Makins and map, Georgia lawmakers are racing day in Bonaventure Cemetery, Green nieces and nephews. Savannah and was a Melvina Gould, both of Newark, N.J , and to the Capitol with an Olympic-sized government, and the wich section. FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Tuesday at The Gray Lady for the Faye Price of Savannah; several nieces serving of political shenanigans. VISITATION: 6-9 p.m today at the Baptist Church of Beaufort, burial 11 American Red Cross during World War and nephews; and other relatives While ill sessions of the Legisla- Democrats are going to funeral home a.m. Wednesday in Evergreen Memorial II. She was active in children's theater FUNERAL: 11 a m . Tuesday at ture overflow with political postur- try to position themselves VtGIL SERVICE: 7 p.m. today at the Park in Athens. and was a remarkable storyteller. Sever- Bynes-Royall Funeral Home chapel, bur- ing, lawmakers and political observ- funeral Koine. VISITATION: 7-8 p.m. today at the al Savannah News-Press features were ial in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. ers say the 1996 session may drown to stay in power. It's the REMEMBRANCES; American Dia- name of Theodora Schultz, 2719 North St., written about her and "Effie the Pig," Bynes-Royall Funeral Home. fn it. betes Association or the American Leuke- Beaufort, and from 10-11 a.m. Tuesday at the character she created to amuse her "It's going to be a dominant fac- first time we've ever been mia Association The Baptist Church of Beaufort. many younger friends. Ginger Veriion Hubert C Baker Funeral Home REMEMBRANCES: The Baptist SURVIVORS: a sister, Retta Coney WAYCROSS Ginger Vernon 29, tor every day," said Senate Presi- in this position." Church of Beaufort, P.O. Box 879, Beau- Jelks; a niece, Retta Jelks Vance; four died Saturday from injuries sustained in dent Pro Tern Walter Ray, D-Doi'g- John D. Brogdon John Daniel Brogdon, 83, died Sunday fort, S.C., 29901. nephews, Freeman N. Jelks Jr., R. Lee an automobile accident. las. at St. Joseph's Hospital. Copeland Funeral Home of Beaufort. Highsmith, Lemuel M. Highsmith and Al- She was born in Summerville and "The Legislative sessions have House Minority Leader He was born in Mar low and was a re- bert G. Highsmith; and numerous great- lived in Waycross for the past two years. become increasingly complicated Bob Irvin, R-Atianta tired mechanic for the Southern Railroad Elizabeth ^. EKert nieces and great-nephews. She was employed with.Goddard Mobile and fractious," said House Majority Company. He was a member of Calvary TUCSON, Ariz. Elizabeth W. GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 11 a.m. Home Esdort Service in Waycross. Leader Larry Walker. D-Perry. "I Baptist Temple. Ebert, 60, died Saturday at Northwest Tuesday in Bonaventure Cemetery. SURVIVORS: two sons, Thomas A. was hoping that would not be the U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrjeh. SURVIVORS- his wife, Gladys Hair Hospital in Arizona. REMEMBRANCES: First Presbyte- Carver of Nicholls and pavid G. Strick- White Democrats will be united land of Alma; two daughters, Ashley L. case this time, but I'm not encour- Brogdon of Savannah; two daughters, She was born in Savannah and lived rian Church, 520 Washington Ave., Sa- during the session, but they -may vannah, Ga, 31405, Tanner of Florida and Kayla M. Vernon aged by what I see." Linda Hammond and Peggy Jane Lanier, in Tucson for the past 32 years. When the session adjourns, have a hard time winning the sup- both of Savannah; two sisters. Julia B. SURVIVORS: her husband, David Sipple's Mortuary. of Alma; her mother, Laura Jean Tallent Hollis of Alma; Jier stepfather, Johnny they'll rush to the campaign trail to port of black party members/who McCormick of West Palm Beach. Fla., Ebert of Tucson; four children; two are still seething over the disman- and Dorothy Jeske of Spokane, Wash.; grandchildren; an uncle, Marion Brady W. Hollis of Alma; three brothers, Ricky try to get their messages out before Elaine M. M alp hug Vernon, Charles Vernon and Stacey the; Summer Olympics in Atlanta tling of two black congressional four grandchildren, James W Driggers, of Savarrhah; and four cousins, Joe . ORANGE, Calif. - Mrs. Elaine Mc- seats at the hands of Democratic-ap- Ashley'A. Lanier, Olivia R. Lanier and Sauers, Mike Brady and Patty Olson, all Treat, all of Alma: a sister, Kristi Hollis overshadows them. Gabriel A.H. Lanier, all of Savannah; of Savannah and Bill Brady of States- Kinnon Malphus, 91, died Thursday in of Alma; and a stepsister, Pearlie Ann All 236 lawmakers are up. for re- pointed federal judges. and several nieces. boro. California. Hollis of Blackshear. election in 1996 and all will scramble "When we as African Americans FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Tuesday at Les- FUNERAL MASS; 9 a.m. Wednesday She was born in Coffee County and FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Cros- stand back and take a look at what's was a homemaker and a retired farmer. by Funeral Home chapel, burial in Mims to impress voters back home with ter L. Hayman Funeral Home chapel, at Scared Heart Church. lofty speeches, voter-friendly bills happening, we are very, very dis- burial in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens. She was a member of Wayfare Primitive Cemetery. SCRIPTURE SERVICE: 7 p.m. Tues- Baptist Church in Douglas. and numerous news conferences. turbed." sa4d Rep. Tyrone Brooks, VISITATION: 2 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 8 day at Abbey Funeral Chapel in Tucson. VISITATION: Friends may call at the D-Atlanta, predicting that, blacks p m, today at the funeral home. REMEMBRANCES: charity of do- SURVIVORS: a son, Clyde Malphus funeral home after 1 p.m. today. Republicans are. particularly Jr. of Columbus; a daughter, Evelyn Crosby funeral Home Chapel of gleeful because they believe 1996 is may side with Republicans on some Lester L. Hayman Funeral Home. jior's choice. Millane of Orange; a brother, Hubert issues this session. Juanita M. Curtis Abbey Funeral Chapel of Tucson, Alma. ^-' the year they can take over the Ariz. McKinnon of Douglas; two sisters, Nettie Georgia Legislature, They need "We can't just be yellow-dog Juanita Miles Curtis, 83, died Satur- Wilson of Waycross and Rosa Lee High- Thomas K. Woinack Democrats and anti-Republican. We day at Memorial Medical Center. Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors of eight more seats in trie Senate and 25 Savannah in charge of local arrange- smith Anderson of DouglalT; and 10 LUMBER CITY . - Thomas K. Wo- in the House to claim a majority. «, have to be willing to form coalitions She was a graduate of Georgia State grandchildren. mack, 67, died Saturday at Jeff Davis College for Women and later earned a ments. "We're going to be doing the best whenever possible." FUNERAL: 11 a.m. today at Wayfare Hospital. * The racial divisions and partisan master's degree in history from Emory Bertie R. Hayniaiis Primitive Baptist Church, burial in He was bom in Jasper County and we can to convince people they University. After teaching in the public AUGUSTA Mrs. Bertie R. Wayfare Cemetery. should trust us to run the govern- sniping will make for a rough ses- lived in Telfair County for the past six sion, for 71-year-old House Speaker schools of Metier, Waynesboro and Moul- Haymans,68, died Friday at St. Joseph's Ricketson Funeral Home of Douglas. years. He was retired from the mainten- ment and the Democrats are going trie, she joined the Georgia Department Hospital, ' ance department of the state.of Georgia. to try to position themselves to stay Tom Murphy, who begins his 22nd of Education, where she served as a She was born in Screven County and Inez S. McGregor SURVIVORS: two brothers, Jimmy in power," said House Minority year as ruler of the unruly roost. counselor in vocational rehabilitation un- was a longtime resident of Savannah and Womack of Charlotte, N.C., and Larry Gone are the days when Murphy, the til her retirement. She was a longtime At- AILEY - Mrs. Inez S. McGregor, 93, Leader Bob Irvin, R-Atlanta. "It's Rincon before moving to Augusta recent- died Sunday at Wheeler County Hospital. Womack of Milledgeville; and five sis- the first time we'^e ever been in this nation's longest serving House lanta resident and a member of Druid ly. She was a member of Garden City ters, Shirley Terry of Hazlehurst, Caro- Hills Baptist Church, the Atlanta Histori- She was born in Toombs County and position.'' speaker, could seal deals in smoky United Methodist Church. lived most of her life in Ailey. She was a lyn. Morgan of Dublin, Naomi Ivey of back rooms. cal Society and the English Speaking SURVIVORS: a son, Danny Haymans retired teacher and a member of Ailey Prattsville, Ala,, Peggy Witsell of Dallas, Gov. Zell Miller, sensing the need Union. , of Rincon; her mother, Lola T. Roberts of Methodist Church, where she served as for a drastic resuscitation of his "He is still going to be the domi- SURVIVORS: several nieces and " Texas, and Barbara Womack of Mil- Vant player, but in the past it was as Augusta; a brother, Elder Audley Rob- church organist for a number of years ledgeville. Democratic Party, fired the first nephews; several great-nieces and great- erts of Augusta; three grandchildren; She enjoyed researching family history GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 3 p.m. to- shot in the session's partisan war. if he was the only player," said Uni- nephews; and several great-great-nieces and four great-grandchildren. day in Salem Cemetery in Wilkinson With the lieutenant governor and versity of Georgia political science and great-great-nephews. and is credited with getting the McLe- FUNERAL: 11 a.m. today at Massey rhore Cabin in Montgomery County on County. House speaker at his side, Miller an- professor Charles Bullock. "It will FUNERAL: 2^p.m. Tuesday at Ken- Chapel Funeral home, burial in HHlcrest the National Registry of Historical Wainright & Parlor Funeral Home of appear to be a much messier pro- nedy-Morgan Funeral Home, Kennedy nounced in mid-December that the Abbey fiast. Places. Hazlehurst. Democratic leadership has agreed cess, with debates in public rather Chapel. Massey Chapel Funeral Home of Gar- VISITATION: 6-8 j).m. today at the SURVIVING: a niece, Laura Link of to pass a lax cut in the first week of than deals behind Hosed doors." - den City. Atlanta. ^ The Legislature's more partisan, funeral home. the session. Kennedy-Morgan Funeral Home, FUNERAL: 4 p.m. Tuesday at Mount cantankerous nature is prompting ElzieMcNear "I would not like to be the gover- Kennedy Chapel of Metter. Vernon Methodist Church, burial in Mc- TWIN CITY - Elzie McNear, 84 Jied Gregor Cemetery near Long Pond. Friday at Emanuel County Hospital in Carolina judge nor where one or both houses went Republican," Miller said in an inter- many to give up politics. Towery is one of several lawmakers expected VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at the FUN Swainsboro. He was born in Emanuel County and funeral home. Stewart Funeral Hdme of was 9 retired farmer He was a member Vidalia. Ronnie L to delay lawyer view. Even Republicans admit the gov- to announce they won't seek reflec- tion "I think more and more;people ernor's timing was impeccable. BUCKINS — Mr. George B: Funeral services for Mr. George B. Buckins of Mount Zion AME Church in Garfield. SURVIVORS: three sons, Tommy De- kle of Swainsboro, Willie Dekle of Sum* Thurston D, Paulk Jr. discipline system "It's tantamount to us being in a football game, and the opposing team are wondering why they come to the Capitol and'beat up on each other will be held 1p.m. Tuesday, January mertown and Sonny Dekle of Twin City; DOUGLAS - Thurston D. Paulk Jr r , has just thrown a touchdown pass in year after year," Towery said. "The 2, 1996, Rev. Eugene Brown, officiat- and two sisters, Dasie Davis of Ml lien 65, died Friday at Coffee Regional Medi- The Associated Press the first 10 seconds," said Rep. Matt approach to politics is kill or be ing. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery. and Mrs. Vinnie Clark of Twin City; cal Center in Douglas from a heart at- Towery, R-Atlanta, a confidant of killed. I'm just sick of it." Surviving are Mrs. Alfreda Mars FUNERAL: 1 p.m today at Reno tack. COLUMBIA, S.C. - South Caroli- Buckins, Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Buckins, Tapley Mortuary chapel, burial in Cole- He was born in Coffee County and had na Chief Justice Ernest Finney has Sr., Mr. James Pennington, Jr., Mrs. Mattie Thomas, Mrs. Delores Strong, Mr. Arthur Buckins, Mr. & Mrs. Eddie man Chapel Church Cemetery in Swains- boro. - Reno Tapley Mortuary of Swainsboro. been a Coffee County Commissioner for 20 years. He was a livestock buyer and transporter and a member of College delayed plans to reveal the Supreme Court's new system for disciplining bad lawyers. ; Officials: Labor laws not Buckins, Mr. James Buckins, Mr. & Avenue Baptist Church in Douglas. Mra. William Buckins, Mr. Robert B. Buckins, Mr. Amos Buckins, Jr., 5 Theriiion Wigley SURVIVORS: his wife, Betty Gibbs BAXLEY - Thermon "Son" Wigley, Paulk of Douglas; two sons, Dennis Finney had said he toped to an- nounce the plan this month. But he said this week tha^the plan would be stopping teen work deaths grandchildren, several nieces, neph- 83, died Saturday at Appling Convales- Paulk of Ambrose and Mike Paulk of delayed because Gov David Beasley ews, cousins, and other relatives. Re- cent Center. Douglas; a daughter, Susan Coffee of The Associated Press to be assembling firecrackers in a posing and services in the Chapel of He was born in Jeff Davis County and Douglas; three brothers, Raymon Paulk did not include money Finney want- safer area but instead was loading Williams & Williams Funeral Home. of Ashburn. and David Paulk and Law- ed for the new plan in his budget.CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Most teen- them into a-flatbed truck The explo- was.a retired night watchman- agers killed knd many injured on the BROWN — Funeral services for Mr. SURVIVORS: a son and daughter-in- rence Paulk, both of Ambrose; and seven Now Finney will, delay an an- sion at Southern International Fire- Allen T. Brown will be held Tuesday, law, James and Nina Wigley of Baxley; a grandchildren. job in North and South Carolina nouncement until he gets a chance to works in Rock Hill, S.C , killed him January 2,1996, at 2pm, from St. An- sister, Ann Middieton of Miami; a grand- FUNERAL: 3 p.m. today at New have been hurt while working on talk about it with state legislators, and a 21-year-old college student in thony Catholic Church. Fr. Hagans son, Jimmy Wigley; a granddaughter, Hope Baptist Church, burial in New Hope machinery or tasks forbidden under who come back to Columbia next June 1993. officiating. Intermont, Catholic Ceme- Katie Wigley; two great-granddaughters, Cemetery in Ambrose, child labor laws, according to stud- week for the 1996 General Assembly "He was supposed to be a mile tery. Survivors are: Miss Sierra How- Jessica and Hailei Wigley; and several Ricketson Funeral Home Douglas. ies and officials. session. away," said Hoffman's father, ard, Mrs. Felicia Brown, Mr. Marian nieces and nephews. Enforcement of those state and Denmark, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Brown, FUNERAL: 3 p.m. today at Mount Mary R. Smith "I could do it today, but I don't James Hoffman "He wasn't sup- federal statutes is spotty because in- posed to be working down there." Sr., Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, Mr. Leon- Zion Baptist Church near Haz4ehnrst, GLENNVILLE - Mary Rogers like to dangle carrots in front of peo- vestigators are few and penalties ard JosjgflK Mrs. Anna S. Brown, Ms. burial in church cemeteryr" Smith, 77,;died Sunday in Glennville. ple," Finney said. Three state and federal labor di- Tywanda Roberts, Ms. Selena Mitch- Swain Funeral Home of Baxley. , She was born in Tattnall County and are inconsistent, The Charlotte Ob- visions investigated Jamie's death, ell, Ms. Melissa Brown, Ms. Aleshia Finney said he was pleased that server reported Sunday. lived in (JlennviHe most of her Kfe She Beasley recommended new mon^y with results .ranging from a $10,000 Brown, Ms. Aleana Brown, Ms. Eonia was a farmer elementary school teacher More than 105,000 people under 18 federal fine to a state warning.! Tfce Griffin, Mr. Allen Brown, Jr., Ms. for other court programs, including work in North Carolina, up 30 per- Monica M. Denmark, a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Rosary services, Monday, FUNERALS and owner of the Glen-Dee Shoppe in Glennville. She was a homemaker and a member of Glennville United Methodist permanent funding for nine new judges. cent -since 1991. South Carolina offi- cials say they also have seen a rise plant now is closed. ; : "He should not have been worfr Ing in the portion of the coi WILLIAMS — Funeral services for Mr. Church. in teen-age workers. "It may have been that I did not 6-7pm, at the Chapel. Sidney A. SURVIVORS: her husband, Hugh D. where fireworks were stored"; Jones Funeral Home. Holsey Williams will be held Tues- "There's been a lack of recogni- make the presentation sufficiently," handled," said Jerry Stuckey with day, 11am, from St. Benedict The Smith of Giennville, two daughters, Alice tion about how much kids are work- McGovern and Patricia Kennedy, both of he said. "But I am hopeful we are the U.S. Department of djabor's Mppr Catholic Church. Fr. Jim Mayo ing/' said Carol Runyan, a re- going to get the funds. I believe the MEMORIALS celebrant. Remains will rest at the Glennville; a brother, Eddie Rogers of searcher at. the University of North Wage and Hour Division in Colum- mortuary for viewing. Christran wake Glennville; a sister, Ethel Rogers of Legislature is going to be respon- bia, S.C. Glennville; a grandson, Chad Kennedy of sive .•" Carolina at Chapel Hill, who ana- John Richard Proctor, 17, of Cor- will be Monday, 6-7prn, at the Mortu- ary. Interment with full military hon- Glennville; a granddaughter. Lisa Oliver lyzed the work-related deaths of 71 nelius, was electrocuted in August t)f Reidsville; and a niece and two neph- The governor supported Finney's North Carolina teen-agers in the ors, will be Woodsville Cemetery, top two goals, judicial travel money 1990 while working for Fred Lang- under the direction of' Sexton-Hall ews. 1980s. Males died most frequently in ford, a Charlotte electrical contrac- Mortuary, 118 E. 3Sth St. FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Tuesday at and the new judges, said Robyn accidents involving tractors and Rimes-Stewart Mortuary Chapel, burial Zimmerman, a Beasley spokeswom- tor. Langford was fined $840 for MURCHISON — Funeral services for fork lifts. Females died most often in Glennville City Cemetery/ an. She said Beasley's top priorities in job-related homicides. safety violations. Mrs. Audrey M. Murchison will be Langford said his supervisor did held Tuesday 2:00p.m. from Browns- VISITATION: 7-9 p.m. today at the were education money and addition-Runyan said; as many as 85 per- ville Baptist Church, Rev. William funeral home. al property tax cuts. * cent of teen-agers in the two states not properly check John's age when franklin Stokes, III, officiating. Re- Rimes-Stewart Mortuary Chapel of the youth was hired. He said -tfc$ ac- Glennville. will hold a part-time job before they Fintiey wants to spend an extra cident happened because the yojith mains will rest at the mortuary for graduate from high school. viewing and at the Church Tuesday * $200,000 to pay for new lawyers and was. not careful enough, and ad^ed "People think of child labor as aides to help investigate and punish 10:00a.m. until the hour of funeral. F.E. Strickland young children in coal mines at the teen-agers "haphazardly do things." Visitation is Monday 7-8p.m. at the F.E. "Eddy" Strickland, 68, died Sat- lawyers and judges who break the The boy's parents could ndt be mortuary. Interment is in Steven law or behave unethically. turn of the century. That's not hap- urday at home. pening now, so people think every- reached for comment. »| Grove Cemetery, Pembroke, GA un- He was a lifelong resident of Savan- der the direction of Sexton-Hall Mor- That money would more thanthing's OK," Runyan said. "But ev- Records show* that 520 workifS in IN LOVING MEMORY 1 nah and was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran double the current $140,000 annual OF OUR LOVED ONE tuary 118 East 35th Street. of World War II. He was the recipient of erything's not OK." North Carolina and 194 work^ in GRIFFIN — Funeral services for Mr. the Purple Heart $nd was a member of discipline budget. Finney said theThe National Institute for Occu- South Carolina ages 14-17 received Mrs. Mary M. Sawyer extra spending is needed to improve Who entered thto Eternal Rest Donald Chance Griffin win be held the American Legion. pational Safety and Health reported workers' compensation bertjefcts Tuesday, January 2, 1996, at 11am, -SURVIVORS: his wife, Judy Strick- and speed up the system for punish- 13 deaths since 1990 of workers ages since 1990 for injuries s^rijws Five years ago Tuesday- JaTi.'l, 1991 from Sidney A. Jones Chapel. Apos- land of Savannah; a daughter,' Lola ing bad lawyers. 14-17 in North Carolina and South enough to require medical treatlnerH Your tender love watched over us like a tle Ledbetter officiating, interment, Strickland of Birmingham, Ala.; a broth- guardian angel. Carolina. "If we're going to move it into the and lost work time. /* , Beaufort National Cemetery, Beau- er, Jimmy Strickland of Savannah; and You have gone from us, but the Lord that fort, SC). Survivors are Mrs. Amy Labor departments in one of the 21st century, we're going to have to Runyan said such youth injuries unites our soul can never be severed. several nieces and nephews. two states investigated five of those are imderreported to workers'" com- Your life is a beautiful memory, your si- Miree, Mr. and Mrs. George. Platt, FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Tuesday at Fox revamp the whole thing," he said. lence is a Silent grief, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butler, four and Weeks, Hodgson chapel, burial in deaths. Authorities found safety vio- "And you just don't do that without pensation agencies because n^any You sleep in God's beautiful garden lations and issued penalties. Two employers are violating child labor amid sunshine and perfect peace. gratidchildren, four great-grandchil- Bonaventure Cemetery, Greenwich sec- requiring some funding." dren, a host of nieces, nephews, oth- tion. teen-agers were electrocuted, two laws. ;' Sadly missed by husband, George er relatives and friends. Reposing at VISITATION: 6-9 p.m. today at the Finney's plan is expected to were killed on farms and one was Officers of the federal Wage and Sawyer, children, mother, grandchildren, the chapel. Visitation at the Chapel, make th« system for disciplining killed in an explosion at a fireworks other relatives and friends. funeral home. Hour Division state labor depart- Monday, January 1, 1996, from Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors, bad lawyers more open. Current factory. ments are staffed thinly and agents 7-8pm. Sidney A. Jones Funeral Hodgson chapel. • rules impose a near-total secrecy. are swamped by complaints frorn Home. Jamie Hoffman, 17,was supposed adult workers, officials said. In 1993, Stuckey's offices as- sessed $96,055 in penalties, while in To Honor and to Demember 1994, it assessed $712,034 - most ofit There is much you should know in selecting a coming from a settlement against Monument. 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