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Published: Monday, 10/18/2004

Today's log

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Nichole Purcel, Sylvania, girl, Sunday.

Flower Hospital

Carmen and Michael Sosby, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

St. Luke's Hospital

Rachel and Chad Moll, Napoleon, boy, Saturday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Dorian Powell, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Toledo Hospital

Christina and Woodrow Bowers, Wauseon, girl, Saturday.

Elizabeth and Luca DeLatore, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Wendy and Michael Poitinger, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Laura and Jason Reineke, Temperance, girl, Saturday.

Roberta and Bradley Wente, Perrysburg, girl, Saturday.

Michelle and Rob Avers, Bowling Green, boy, Saturday.

Robin and Robert Lutz, Sylvania, girl, Saturday.

Alisha Thomas, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Laura and Jason Smith, Toledo, boy, Sunday.

Sheryl and Daniel Stevenson, Northwood, boy, Sunday.

Coroner's rulings

Lucas County

Frances Parsels, 88, of Napoleon, Sept. 18, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, subdural hematoma; deceased fell from bed at home.

Charles Tippie, 35, of Lima, Ohio, Oct. 9, at Medical College of Ohio Hospitals. Accidental, multiple blunt trauma; deceased was bicyclist hit by SUV.

Municipal court

Toledo

Driving while intoxicated

Eric Westbrook, 58, of 1764 Richards, arrested June 4; three days DWI program, $250 fine and costs, license suspended two months. Judge Gene Zmuda.

Harry Galashaw, 68, of 2125 Parkwood, arrested Oct. 9, 2002; active probation six months. Judge Thomas Osowik.

Sharon Wilson, 37, of 3915 Willys, arrested June 29; license suspended three months, active probation 18 months. Judge Zmuda.

Robert Johnson, 34, of 3501 East Manhattan, arrested May 29; 60 days suspended, $250 fine, license suspended three months, inactive probation six months. Judge Zmuda.

William Beebe, 33, of 805 Mson, arrested May 16; three days, $250 fine and costs, license suspended six months, active probation one year. Judge Zmuda.

Andrew Reyes, 39, of 12369 Wilson, Perrysburg, arrested April 18; three days DWI program, $250 fine, and active probation one year. Judge Zmuda.

Craig Ridenour, 22, of 5713 Dornell, Sylvania, arrested May 24; three days CCNO and three days DIP program, $300 fine and costs, license suspended Oct. 4 to Nov. 24, active probation six months. Judge Judson Spore.

Reckless operation

Major Wallace, 56, of Cleveland, arrested Feb. 3; $100 fine and $75 costs. Judge Mary Grace Trimboli.

Restaurant inspections

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations:

Cottage Inn Pizza, 5318 Heatherdowns, in-

spected Sept. 30. Violations: Provide hair restraints for all employees working in the kitchen. Provide scoopers with handles. Eliminate all solo cups used to draw bulk food items. Clean and maintain gaskets on 3-door preptop reach-in cooler next to hand sink. Properly thaw frozen potentially hazardous food. Upon inspection shaved beef ribeye was thawing on prep table. Proper methods to thaw: under running water in prep sink or in refrigeration unit. Replace gaskets on 3-door reach-in prep top cooler. Remove labels from all clean dishware. Provide correct sanitizer. Currently using Chlorine. However, bleach was scented. If using bleach it must be plain bleach and approved as a dishware sanitizer. Remove all jewelry from forearms and reduce excessive ring jewelry. A simple ring is fine. This will reduce physical contamination of food product and en-

sure easier way to clean hands. Reduces crevices for food and bacteria to get in

jewelry. Upon inspection two large unopened bags of chicken were found th

awing above a heat lamp. Corrective action as taken. Inspector: Kevin Halligan.

Milo's Food Market, 4508 Lewis, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: All food handlers must wear a proper hair restraint. A hat or hairnet is acceptable. Hair restraints must be worn while slicing, cutting, and processing of food. Wire shelving in small walk-in cooler are very rusty. Clean shelving, repair if needed. Observed a pair of shoes on salt bucket, cell phone and keys on work space. Keep all personal belongings separate from any food or food content surface. A three-bay sink is needed for wash, rinse, and sanitize of utensils and equipment. If no three bay sink is installed, a combination detergent sanitizer must be used in two bay sink. Clean and maintain walls in back room. All refrigerated, ready to eat foods must be date marked. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

7-Eleven, 537 Woodville, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Observed baby food out of date. You must check the discard date on baby food. Rotate stock. Do not place price sticker over discard dates. Do not place foil on your cooler shelves. Foil will not allow the air to flow correctly. Corrected at inspection. Observed beer & pop stored on the floor. All food, drinks, cups, etc., must be stored at least 6 inches off the floor at all times throughout the establishment. Observed frost build-up in the reach-in freezer. Make sure the cooler and freezer are draining and working correctly. Monitor temperature. Store your containers for hot days and nachos upside down to prevent the inside from contamination. Corrected. Store the spray bottles with the other chemicals away from food and utensils to prevent cross contamination. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Schweizer Fruit Farm, 4114 Seaman, in-

spected Oct. 3. Violations: Observed potatoes, onions, sweet corn and squash stored on floor of back room and in retail area. Store all produce at least 6 inches off the floor to protect from contamination. Inspector: Jaclyn Kistler.

American Petroleum, 5001 Douglas, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Store pop, juice, beer a minimum of six inches off the ground. Raw eggs are to be stored on bottom shelf in cooler to prevent a potential cross contamination with other foods. Remove food equipment which are no longer being utilized from your facility. Replace all damaged ceiling tiles in store room. Chemicals are to be stored separate and below food or food products. Inspector: Bruce Keiser.

Marcos Pizza, 5248 Monroe, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Sanitizer in three-compartment sink registers 100 ppm. Sanitizer must register 200 ppm. Please increase to 200 ppm. Prep staff wearing bracelet and thumb ring. Food handlers may only wear plain wedding band.

Erie Food Market, 727 Galena, inspected Sept. 29. Violations: Observed chemical from GFS called Quat-San. This is a quat sanitizer not a detergent sanitizer. Supply a detergent sanitizer to use in a two-bay sink and supply a three-compartment sink with two train boards to properly wash, rinse and sanitize. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Sunoco Food Market, 1855 Woodville, inspected Sept. 28. Violations: Observed boxes of hotdogs held without date marking. Date the box when opened and hold for no more than seven days. Store tongs in a clean container, wash container daily. Observed hot dog tongs stored on counter top. All wrapped multi-ingredient self-service items must be properly labeled. Facility must locate ingredient lists for self service donut bagel care. Remove all unused equipment from your facility. Inspector: Kistler.

Rohrs, 5226 Monroe, inspected Sept. 27. Violations: Discard date incorrect on seafood salad potentially hazardous food may be kept 7 days.

Ottawa Hills Shell, 4310 West Central, inspected Sept. 27. Violations: Pre-made sandwiches were found to be without date marks. Sandwiches were discarded. All prewrapped sandwiches must be date-marked when removed from freezer. Inspector: Jim Herzberg.

Sports Arena, stand No. 4, 1 Main, inspected Oct. 1. Violations: Unlabeled spray bottle observed. Label all spray bottles with chemical name. Provide a metal stem thermometer to check food temperature. Repair the keg cooler floor. Observed paint chipping. The surface must be smooth and cleanable. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Sports Arena, pizza stand, 1 Main, inspected Oct. 1. Violations: Provide a handsink for this stand. Stock with soap and paper towels. Unit will be stocked before event with gloves, thermometer. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Sports Arena, popcorn and ice cream, inspected Oct. 1. Violations: Thoroughly clean and sanitize the popcorn machine before use. Observed small amount of left over popcorn in machine. Remove the old popcorn after each use. Thoroughly clean vent fan. Buildup on fan from popcorn unit. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Sports Arena, commissary, 1 Main, in-

spected Oct. 1. Violations: Remove items around the handsink. The handsink must be clear at all times. Thoroughly clean the floor and tables before use. Observed dirt under tables. Observed 2 missing floor tiles under table. Replace missing floor tiles. Observed vegetable shortening on the floor. Place all items at least six inches off the floor. Remove foil from shelf. The shelf is a cleanable smooth surface. Observed food stored on the floor in the walk-in and in the pop room. Store all food products at least six inches off the ground at all times. Clean the ceiling of the beer walk-in cooler. Once the kitchen has been cleaned make sure you keep the chemicals away from food and utensils. All bottles must be labeled. Keep outside area clean and clear. Discard items no longer in use. Make sure you date label all opened potentially hazardous food that will be be used within 24 hours. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Olive Garden, 1919 South Reynolds, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Dishwashing employee must wash hands for 20 seconds or dip in sanitizer solution for 15 seconds at 100 ppm chlorine sanitizer before handling clean dishes. Inspector: Mike Brady.

Little El Camino, 2022 Woodville, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Recaulk area between wall of dish room and dish machine. Dish machine must seal to wall. Thoroughly clean the wall behind the dish machine. Thoroughly clean walls in kitchen and in walk-in cooler. Replace or repair cove base molding in the dishroom behind machine, under prep sink, behind prep top cooler containing sour cream, under handsink. Repair doorway frame in dishroom. Current frame is bent and sticks out from wall. Observed ice scoop stored on top of ice machine. Store scoop in a clean container to protect ice from contamination. Keep all chemicals and soap stored separately from food in storage shed. Discontinue the practice of setting containers and food items on top of the garbage can. The garbage can is not an acceptable work space. Corrected at time of inspection. Observed opened drink mix stored at room temperature at waitress station. Drink mix clearly stated - keep refrigerated after opening. Store all drink mixes requiring refrigeration in cooler. Discarded three bottles of mix. Observed wiping buckets with no sanitizer in them in kitchen. Fill all wiping buckets from the quat dispensor or add bleach to water in bucket to prevent the growth of bacteria. Inspector: Kistler.

Wynn Elementary, 5224 Bayshore, Oregon, inspected Sept. 30. Observed four door cooler holding at 50 degrees. Contact maintenance to evaluate problem. Do not use the cooler. Observed pooled water on floor behind stove and counter. Maintenance was contacted to evaluate and fix leak. Inspector: Kistler.

Ottawa Park Golf Course, 1 Walden Park, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Clean and sanitize inside of ice machine. Use quat sanitizer at 200 ppm to sanitize inside of unit, especially ice slide. Remove ice before cleaning and sanitizing. Date mark all refrigerated ready-to-eat potentially hazardous foods being held for longer than twenty four hours with date opened such as chicken salad or date taken from freezer for chili. Evidence of mouse droppings in dry storage room. Thoroughly clean and sanitize area control measures are in place. Monitor these measures. Remove all pallets from dry store room and provide shelving or dunnage racks which are 6 inches above the floor. Keep wet wipe cloths in sanitizer at 200 ppm when not in use. Corrected at time of inspection. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Waffle House, 2454 South Reynolds, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: All potentially hazardous food in hold holding must maintain 140 degrees or more. Grits at 127 degrees were voluntarily destroyed. Clean and maintain both steam wells. Upon inspection the basins were in need of a cleaning. Clean and sanitize the interior of the ice machine. Water mold was evident. Wash and sanitize prep sink before and after use. Clean vents on the ice machine. Inspector: Kevin Halligan.

Major Magic's All Star/Pizza Revue, Inc., 5838 Monroe, Sylvania, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Dishwasher does not have measurable amount of chlorine. Continue to use three compartment sink for washing all utensils, dishes, using sanitizer last. Remove old equipment. Remove old shelves from facility.

Kriegers Pub, 2150 West Laskey, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Refrigerator holding potentially hazardous foods at 48 degrees is not be utilized until required and verified. Repair ceiling over ice machine.

Brandy's Diner, 1508 South Reynolds, Maumee, inspected Sept. 30. Violations: Cook not wearing a hair restraint. Utilize a hat or hair net to protect food from falling contaminants. Observed opened package of ham and container of raw hamburger meat without date marking. All potentially hazardous foods shall be clearly labeled with a use by date when held in an operation for more than 24 four hours. The use by date is seven calendar days which includes the day food was prepared package was open or seal was broken when food is maintained cold at 41 degrees or below. Refinish shelving under prep table in the kitchen. The finish is peeling off, Surfaces are to be smooth and easily cleanable. Thoroughly clean and maintain freezer unit. Inspector: Cynthia Garcia.

Idle Time Club, 2044 Genesee, inspected Sept. 29. Violations: Observed homestyle refrigerator at 52 degrees. All potentially hazardous food must be held at 45 degrees or lower. All potentially hazardous food must be discarded. Repair the refrigerator or replace with a NSF approved commercial unit. No date marking observed; all opened and prepared potentially hazardous food must be date marked with date opened and date discard. You have a 7-day discard date when food is held at 41 degrees or lower. Observed raw meat above salad container. Store ready to eat food above raw meat to protect from cross contamination. Corrected at inspection. Observed handsink blocked with item. The sink must stay clear, clean and stocked with soap and proper towels for proper handwashing. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Reinspections:

The Clockhouse, 900 Anchor Pointe, inspected Sept. 8. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kistler.

Cafe Lourdes, 6832 Convent, Sylvania, inspected Sept. 7. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: James Herzberg.

Briskets, 2474 Navarre, inspected Sept. 7. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kistler.

New Chet's Hot Dog, 1024 East Manhattan, inspected Sept. 17. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Pizza Hut, 3320 Glendale, inspected Sept. 15. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Brady.

Pizza Hut, 5155 Glendale, inspected Sept. 13. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector Brady.

Arby's, 2223 South Reynolds, inspected Sept. 13. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Halligan.

Casa De Oro, 3111 Navarre, inspected Sept. 13. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kistler.

Cafe Lourdes, 6832 Convent, inspected Sept. 13. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Herzberg.

Fallen Timbers Fairways, 7711 Timber, inspected Sept. 20. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Sara Becker.

St. Charles Mercy Hospital cafeteria, 2600 Navarre, Oregon, inspected Sept. 21. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kistler.

Burger King, 6630 Airport, inspected Sept. 21. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Heidi Sanders.

Rally's, 6635 Airport, inspected Sept. 21. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Sanders.

Nick and Jimmy's, 4956 Monroe, inspected Sept. 22. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Cynthia Garcia.

Club Chablis Inc., 5405 North Detroit, inspected Sept. 22. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Sattler.

Ramada Inn, 141 North Summit, inspected Sept. 22. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Julie Shaw.

Ponderosa Steakhouse, 2080 Woodville, inspected Sept. 23. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kistler.

Camp Miakonda, 5600 Sylvania, inspected Sept. 24. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Bob Kurtz.

Consaul Food Mart, 2625 Consaul, inspected Sept. 22. All violations from previous inspection have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Kistler.

Erie Food Market, 727 Galena, inspected Sept. 9. Critical violation still pending: No detergent-sanitizer for the two-compartment sink. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

The Coffee Mill, 5001 Monroe, inspected Sept. 9. Critical violation still pending: Food and beverage employees must wear hats, hair nets or head scarves as a hair restraint. Inspector: James Herzberg.

Hometown Buffet, 821 West Alexis, inspected Sept. 7. Critical violation still pending: more attention is needed to make sure all dishes and utensils are clean. Inspector: Stephen Perrine.

JB's Food Mart, 1802 Bancroft, inspected Sept. 14. Critical violations still pending: Hot tamales are being sold that are not from an approved source. No three-compartment sink available to wash, rinse, and sanitize equipment. No hot water available at the hand sink. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Bambino's Pizza, 1928 Broadway, inspected Sept. 14. Critical violation still pending: All chemical bottles need to be labeled to prevent contamination. Other non-critical violations still pending. Inspector: Shaw.

Oakdale School, 1701 East Broadway, inspected Sept. 13. Critical violation still pending: All coolers must hold food at a temperature of 41 degrees or lower. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Rocket Fuel, 3023 Dorr, inspected Sept. 22. Critical violation still pending: potentially hazardous foods must be maintained at 41 degrees or less or 140 degrees and above. Pizza prep cooler must be repaired and may not be utilized until it maintains food at 41 degrees or less. Inspector: Keiser.

Saveway Market, 1936 Broadway, inspected Sept. 24. Twenty violations still pending, one critical: Meat in the deli case was not date marked, all potentially hazardous foods must be date marked to prevent the growth of bacteria that can cause food-borne disease. Inspector: Shaw.

Ricco's Lounge, 5825 Jackman, inspected Sept. 13. Three violations still pending from previous inspection, none critical, none added. Inspector: Steve Perrine.

Maumee River Yacht Club, 2735 Broadway, inspected Sept. 8. Two violations still pending from previous inspection, none critical, none added. Inspector: Mike Brady.

Broadway Bar, 1919 Broadway, inspected Sept. 10. Ten violations still pending from previous inspection, none critical and two added. Inspector: Julie Shaw.

El Reparo, 5859 Southwyck, inspected Sept. 8. Two violations pending from previous inspection, none critical, none added. Inspector: Brady.

Stop-N-Go, 434 East Broadway, inspected Sept. 16. seven violations pending from previous inspection, none critical. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Ponderosa Steakhouse, 3330 West Central, inspected Sept. 16. Three violations pending from previous inspection, none critical, none added. Inspector: Herzberg.

Jersey's Sports Cafe, 1001 Starr, inspected Sept. 16. Two violations pending from previous inspection, none critical, none added. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Miss Lucilles Southwyck, 5255 Heatherdowns, inspected Sept. 13. One violation pending from previous inspection, none critical. Inspector: Halligan.

Sofo's, 5400 Monroe, inspected Sept. 17. Two violations still pending, none critical. Inspector: Perrine.

Kroger, 6226 Summit, inspected Sept. 20. One violation still pending, none critical. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Bakery Unlimited, 4427 Secor, inspected Sept. 23. Two violations still pending, none critical. Inspector: Herzberg.

Deaths

Lucas County

McLaughlin, Michael, 54, Elmore, cardiovascular disease.

Meehan, Maryann, 72, 802 Colwell, Maumee, cancer.

Mish, Richard, 73, 630 Main, myocardial infarction*.

Mista, Adeline, 88, 4319 Lyman, coronary disease.

Mitchell, Anna, 106, Fort Myers Beach, Fla., congestive heart failure.

Molnar, Andrew, 89, 943 Argyll, Maumee, atherosclerosis.

Morris, Wayne, 45, Nanticoke, Pa., aortic aneurysm.

Morus, Henry, 87, 1708 Dority, myocardial infarction.

Mouch, Robert, 85, 2330 Densmore, focal glomerulosclerosis.

Murphy, Alvin, 91, 3140 South Byrne, suicide.

Neshkoff, Helen, 77, Temperance, cirrhosis.

Nix, Theodore, 80, 908 North Detroit, myocardial infarction.

O'Connell, Rosetta, 91, 4111 North Holland-Sylvania, Sylvania, chronic obstructive lung disease.

O'Shesky, M. Florian, 95, 6832 Convent, Sylvania, hypertensive heart disease.

Parsels, Frances, 88, Napoleon, pending investigation.

Peer, Michael, 87, Elmore, myocardial infarction.

Petersen, Geraldine, 63, 2752 116th, ruptured brain aneurysm.

Pilrose, Elaine, 59, 2401 Wildwood, sepsis.

Posadny, Sr., John, 88, 608 Northfield, Maumee, cancer.

Purcell, William, 81, 3336 Upton, congestive heart failure.

Quigley, Harold, 82, Adrian, congestive heart failure.

Ragland, Howard, 78, 2051 Collingwood, my-

ocardial infarction.

Rahe, Donald, 74, Pemberville, cancer.

Reddish, Thomas, 47, 3441 Fleitz, Oregon, pending investigation.

Rettig, Shirley, 73, 2 W. Poinsetta, cancer.

Riddle, Jr., Arthur, 47, Farmer, Ohio, cancer.

Rivera, Antonio, 86, Lindsey, Ohio, emphysema.

Roa, Jr., John, 19, 2233 Foxbourne, homi-cide.

Robb, Kathryn, 91, 5916 Cresthaven, coronary artery disease.

Robinson, Charles, 66, 2051 Collingwood, metastatic carcinoma.

Robnolte, Alice, 77, Defiance, aortic dissection.

Rode, Gertrude, 83, 623 Colima, cancer.

Rose, Glen, 74, 4824 295th, Parkinson's.

Ross, Aloma, 61, 4646 Naomi, infarction of bowel.

Rowlett, Constance, 79, 1661 Fernwood, coronary artery disease.

Ryan, Irene, 74, 256 University, cancer.

Sabins, Sharon, 62, Bryan, pneumonia.

Sanzenbacher, Richard, 79, 2060 South Kennison, myocardial infarction.

Schall, Esther, 82, Defiance, interstitial lung disease.

Schick, Donald, 69, Erie, Mich., aspiration pneumonia.

Schwanbeck, Arthur, 65, 3838 McCord, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Seeger, Ward, 83, Graytown, Ohio, Alz-heimer's.

Setlock, Lorraine, 78, Cheektowaga, N.Y., cardiovascular disease.

Simmons, Richard, 73, 301 Northdale, chronic obstructive lung disease.

Slovak, Robert, 86, Oregon, cancer.

Snyder, Mervin, 80, Luckey, myocardial infarction.



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