Agri/Business B6 HASTINGS TRIBUNE Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 Tobacco child labor under scrutiny YOUTHS WHO WORK IN FIELDS SUFFER NICOTINE POISONING SYMPTOMS The Associated Press FREDERIC J. FROMMER The Associated Press WASHINGTON — Two years after the Obama administration backed off a rule that would have banned children from dangerous agriculture jobs, public health advocates and lawmakers are trying anew to get kids off tobacco farms. The new efforts were jumpstarted by a Human Rights Watch report in May that said nearly three-quarters of the children interviewed by the group reported vomiting, nausea and headaches while working on tobacco farms. Those symptoms are consistent with nicotine poisoning, often called Green Tobacco Sickness, which occurs when workers absorb nicotine through their skin while handling tobacco plants. “I think that many members of Congress have been shocked that children are suffering nicotine poisoning from working in U.S. tobacco fields,” said Jo Becker, Human Rights Watch’s children’s rights advocacy director. “In response, they are pushing tobacco companies to adopt stronger child labor policies, introducing legislation and urging the Department of Labor to take action.” The approach includes legislation to ban kids under 18 from working on such farms, pursuit of a narrower federal rule than the one that was scuttled and public pressure on tobacco companies from lawmakers and health groups. There has been some movement within the industry. This month, the Tobacco Growers Association of North Carolina said it “does not condone the use of child labor” and said tobacco growers and farm labor contractors should not employ workers under 16 years old. Philip Morris International, which limits the type of work children can do on tobacco farms, says it would like to see ED REINKE/AP In this July 10, 2008, file photo, farm workers make their way across a field shrouded in fog as they hoe weeds from a burley tobacco crop near Warsaw, Ky. stronger U.S. regulations in this area. And the Labor Department said in a statement that its Occupational Safety and Health Administration is working to determine best practices to reduce worker exposure to nicotine during tobacco harvests. In 2011, the Labor Department proposed preventing some children from working in dangerous farm jobs, including cultivation, harvesting and curing of tobacco. The department tried to pre-empt a backlash from small farmers by excluding from the rule children who worked on their parents’ farms. Nevertheless, the proposal became a political punching bag for Republicans, who called it an impractical, heavyhanded regulation that ignored the reality of small farms. In an election-year decision, the Labor Department withdrew the proposed rule in 2012. In doing so, officials appeared to close the door on any action even after the presidential election: “To be clear, this regulation will not be pursued for the duration of the Obama administration,” the Labor Department said in withdrawing the rule in April 2012. But the release of the Human Rights Watch report, based on interviews with more than 140 children working on tobacco farms in North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia, sparked new interest in the issue. Last month, 35 House Democrats wrote to Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, calling for a new rule focused solely on banning children from working in the cultivation or curing of tobacco. The department hasn’t yet responded to the lawmakers’ letter. Reid Maki, coordinator of the Child Labor Coalition, a Washington-based advocacy group, called the prospect of action by the Obama adminis- tration a long shot, given the Labor Department’s 2012 statement. “When it comes to the health and safety of children, the administration should not worry about promises it made in the middle of an election, especially when that promise concerned a refusal to protect children from known safety hazards in the workplace,” he said. Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., who signed the letter to Perez, has sponsored a bill to amend the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 to ban children under 18 from jobs where they have direct contact with tobacco plants or leaves. There’s no companion bill in the Senate, but Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, chairman of the Senate committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, said in a statement that he’s working with other lawmakers and the administration to find common ground. In June, Harkin and 16 other Democratic senators urged several major tobacco companies to prevent children under 18 from working in direct contact with tobacco. Philip Morris International responded that it prevents children from working in hazardous conditions, including those that could involve physical contact with tobacco plants. The company does allow children to work with seedlings or in barns sorting dried tobacco leaves, but may prohibit those activities depending on specific circumstances. Philip Morris International spokesman Corey Henry said in an email that the company would “welcome strengthening of the U.S. regulatory framework for child labor in agriculture in line with international standards and the standards we expect to be met on all farms where we source tobacco.” Banker to discuss ag work in Afghanistan at HC HASTINGS TRIBUNE [email protected] A Lincoln banker who spent more than two years working as an agriculture adviser for the U.S. Department of Agriculture in eastern Afghanistan will speak on the Mexico beats Canada in bid to build Ford Fiesta engines experience Wednesday at Hastings College. Kevin Kock, an ag lender with Great Western Bank, was offered the USDA post in November 2009 and served until March 2012. He was stationed first in Kunar Province, then later at Brigade Headquarters at Jalalabad Air Base in Nangarhar Province. The presentation begins 7 p.m. in the Board Room of the Daugherty Center, which is located on the circle drive off Turner Avenue. Kock will speak to members of the (Ag)vocates, a new Hastings College organization promoting awareness of ag issues. The public is invited to attend. The (Ag) vocates kicked off their work in September with a Classified Ads 402-462-2131 Com pute r Re pa ir YELLOW PAGES House Calls/Free pickup and delivery 9 a.m .-9 p.m .daily 402-984-8001 or tollfree 1-800-383-8141 Visa & M astercard accepted. 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Ford wouldn’t comment on the decision. Unifor President Jerry Dias expressed disappointment with the Canadian government. “The auto industries that are flourishing around the world are ones where there is a deep commitment from government and an understanding of the importance and wisdom of investment — which always pays dividends,” Dias said. To Pu rc ha s e Ad vertis ing O n This Pa ge C o nta c t 4 6 2 -2 13 1 CLASSIFIED ADS SELL CARD OF THANKS AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILES A very sincere thank you to doctors Faris and Hervert for my excellent care while in the hospital. Also thank you to all other doctor's, specialist, nurses and therapist during my stay in the hospital. Thank you also to my relatives, neighbors, friends and co-workers for taking care of my garden and yard work, building a ramp, and taking me to the doctors and therapy. Thank you also for all the food, cards, and visits while in the hospital and at home. God bless you all! Robert Borchers 2008 BUICK LaCrosse CX: 29,500 miles. $11,750. Excellent condition. 402-517-7874 Tuesday-Saturday SPECIAL NOTICES See our inventory at thecarlothastings.com Hajny's AUTO SALES '11 Chevy Impala, 4 door, V6 full power, 46,000 miles, $8,950 '87 Chevy Corvette, automatic full power, removable top, 115,000 miles, $5,850 402-463-2636 2006 Dodge: 3/4 crew cab diesel, SLT package, 4x2.................$14,000 2004 GMC: Quad cab 4WD short box, leather, .............................$6,950 Deveny Motors 1013 S. Burlington 402-462-2719 EDGAR TOWNSHIP Board would very much appreciate your YES vote FOR our SPECIAL ISSUE election Nov 4th. HAPPY ADS Gene and Mary Kohtz 50th anniversary October 31st Family is requesting a card shower. 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HASTINGS TRIBUNE Monday, Oct. 27, 2014 B7 TRAVEL TRAILERS & HEALTH MOTOR HOMES CARE GENERAL GENERAL PART-TIME CHOICES COORDINATOR Registered Nurse needed to coordinate care for older adults wanting to remain independent in their own home in Clay and Nuckolls counties. Full-time. Flexible hours between 8-5 pm, Monday through Friday. For more information go to Job Opportunities at: www.midlandarea agencyonaging.org Phone: 402-463-4565 MAAA is an EOE. FULL-TIME DINING SERVICES HELP/COOK at large historic senior living community Experienced preferred. Must be flexible, hardworking, teamoriented, friendly, trustworthy and have good customer service skills. Starting wage $10/hour. Applications can be picked up at The Kensington 233 N. Hastings Ave Hastings, NE or filled out online at www.agemark.com HELP WANTED, meat processor. Full or parttime. Hard working, selfmotivated. Apply at The Butcher Shop, Fairfield. 402-726-2250 LEVANDER'S BODY SHOP in HASTINGS Looking to fill a part-time position. Duties include: washing/cleaning cars, checking in parts, and misc. shop duties. Apply at 208 E. J St. or call 402-461-3747. 2014 CLIPPER 14FL MRSP $14,423 Cash Price $9,725 Hail damage Units must go OFFICE / BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WOULD YOU like to deliver newspapers as an independent contractor under an agreement with the Hastings Tribune? Great chance to operate your own business. Motor routes available immediately. Carrier routes open in Hastings, Sutton, and Minden Call 402-462-2131 today to make an appointment, then see how much you can profit. CUSTOMER SERVICE is number one at the Hastings Tribune and we have part-time openings in our Circulation Department for the right people. We're hunting for candidates who do what it takes to make our readers happy. Must have valid drivers license and willing to work Saturday mornings. Apply in person at our customer service center, on the corner of 2nd and Burlington, or mail resume to Jim Headley Director of Customer Relations, P.O. Box 788 Hastings, NE 68902 ADMINISTRATIVE & PROFESSIONAL Telecommunications Account Executive Hastings area technology company seeking a high energy, aggressive sales professional to sell a full-line of telecommunication products and services throughout central Nebraska. This is a direct business sales position in a fast-paced environment, responsible for account growth and lead generation through daily prospecting and community involvement. Strong presentation, verbal, written and listening communication skills are a must. Associates degree in business and/or marketing, plus proven sales experience required. Complete job description available at www.shopglenwood.net Competitive base salary combined w/commission and an outstanding benefit package provided. Send resume and cover letter to: Human Resources PO Box 97 Blue Hill, NE 68930 or email [email protected] glenwoodtelco.net ACT MENTAL Health Therapist Full-time Mental Health Therapist for the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) with office location in Hastings. Experienced LMHP and LADC licensure is preferred. Provisional licensure will be considered; minimum PLMHP required. Candidate must also have experience with severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders. The team provides services in the communities of Hastings, Grand Island, Kearney and surrounding areas. Staff work as part of a multidisciplinary team. The job requires travel with rotating on call and weekend coverage. Company vehicle provided at work. Qualified bilingual persons are encouraged to apply. Closing date to apply is October 31, 2014. If interested, please apply online at www.scbsne.com EOE HEALTH CARE HEALTHCARE WORKER full time and part time every other weekend, 11-7 shift. Champion Homes 402-463-6021 CLERICAL First St. Paul’s Lutheran Church Part-time Secretary 24-32 hours/week. Please apply at 501 N. Burlington Ave. Hastings, NE by Monday, October 27 Oakeson, Steiner & Lindsteadt a local wealth management and retirement planning firm, seeks a friendly and energetic, Customer Service Specialist. The ideal candidate will display professionalism, a willingness to learn, the ability to work in a team environment and a desire to move up within the company. A base understanding of office technology is required and prior financial services experience and/or a college degree is preferred. All resumes should be sent to P.O Box 1046, Hastings, NE 68902 by November 12. No phone calls or walk-in inquires please. TECHNICAL & TRADE 2ND SHIFT MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN: Qualified candidates will have 2 years of technical training and 5+ years’ experience. Experience with mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics and electrical required. Duties include diagnosing problems, maintenance and repair of production equipment and general maintenance. This position requires being on call every third weekend. Drug testing and reference checks required. Competitive wage and benefit package. Benefit package includes health, dental, life, and disability insurance, 401(k), holiday, and vacation plan. Please apply in person at Standard Iron 4160 Gold Core Drive Grand Island NE, or online at www.std-iron.com Picture it sold, with the help of our classiﬁed section. TRUCKING DRIVER WANTED: Local grain hauling. CDL required. Home every night. Call 402-461-9136 NOW HIRING OTR drivers. Hopper bottoms, home weekends. Call Sean 308-455-7833 GENERAL Head Start Child and Family Development Program, Inc. Bilingual Parent Liaison Bilingual Parent Liaison needed for the Hastings Migrant Education Program. Responsible for home visits and parent outreach. Part-time position – 25 hours per week, year round with 40 hours per week in June and July, $13.40/hour, Paid Time Off, 401K, and training opportunities are available. An Associate’s degree in Early Childhood Education, Human Services, or Allied Health is preferred. Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be fluently bi-lingual in Spanish and English. Please call 402-462-4187 ext 149 or 1-800-7827850 for more information; pick up an application at 123 Marian Rd Hastings or visit www.hshn.org Applications will be accepted until 10-30-14. EOE JANITOR Needed to clean large office building weekday evenings. Experience and references required. Apply at T-L Irrigation Co, 151 E. Hwy 6 and AB Road, Hastings, NE. Preemployment drug/alcohol test required. EOE/AAE PROJECT ASSISTANT MS Office software expertise required. Hourly rate with either 1099 subcontract or part-time status. Very flexible. Please inquire via [email protected] ferroneassociates.com Harvard House Assisted Living Full-time housekeeper for 17-unit assisted living. Some meal service and occasional activity helper included in duties. Contact Ruth at 402-772-7591. ROYAL HAS multiple openings for production workers on 2nd and 3rd shifts. No prior experience required; training is available for all jobs. Positions include a great benefits package and employee ownership. Royal offers a 10% differential for all 2nd and 3rd shifts. HASTINGS CAREGIVERS needed. Assist seniors with housekeeping and errands. Days, evenings or weekends, you choose schedule. $8.50 plus bonus. Shift differential available Caretech 800-991-7006 GRADE OPERATOR Adams County Roads Dept. is accepting applications for a full time operator/blade position in the Holstein area. A Class B CDL is required or must be obtained within 90 days. A DMV records check and pre-employement drug/physical assessment screening are required. Pay rate is dependent upon qualifications. Adams County utilizes the E-Verify program. Applications and a full time job description may be obtained from the Adams County Roads office, 415 N. Adams Central Ave, Juniata, Ne, Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Deadline for applications is Monday, November 3rd at noon. Adams County is an Equal Opportunity Employer DRIVERS NEEDED: Must be 25 or older. All shifts. 308-390-6972. Action Cab Redecorate on a shoestring. Our Classifieds, coupons and special offers are waiting for you. Call 402-462-2131 to start your subscription today, or visit us online at hastingstribune.com. PART-TIME www.royalcomposites.com CLEANING: Residential/ Commercial cleaner. Background checks. Call Sandra 402-519-6279 SECURITY OFFICER needed in the Hastings, Ne area. Part-time and Full-time positions available. Background checks and drug screens required. Must be at least 18 years of age. Training provided on site. Please call 402-362-1111 for application. Adams Central Public Schools Currently accepting applications for the following positions: Food Service Personnel Activity/Substitute Bus Drivers More information can be found at www.adamscentral.us Interested individuals should contact the district office for an application and/or submit a letter of application to: Office of the Superintendent Adams Central Public Schools P.O. Box 1088 Hastings, NE 68902 402-463-3285 EOE Closing date: Open until filled. MOVE with the Classifieds Looking for a change of scenery? A new home could be just what you need for some extra fun. And there’s no better way to find a great deal on a new home than through the Classifieds. Whether you’re looking to rent or buy, you’ll see new listings every week for properties in every price range. Start looking today and get a head start with a great deal on a home in the Classifieds. Find what your looking for in a click. We offer our classified section online for free at hastingstribune.com. 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Excellent benefit package, Hours are 8-5, Monday thru Friday. We are willing to train the right person. Please Send Resume to: Attn: Director of Marketing P.O. Box 788 Hastings, NE 68902 FOR RENT FOR SALE APARTMENTS HOUSES HOUSES DOWNTOWN LOCATION: 1 bedroom efficiency for rent. Call Diane 402-4694777 VERY NICE 1 bedroom. No smoking/pets. Must have references. Call 970590-1611 3-BEDROOM: $1,500/ month. Agent/owner. 402461-1785. CHATEAU IMPERIAL Townhomes/Apartments Call 402-463-4111 IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! 2 and 3 bedroom unfurnished apartments. If you are 18 years or older you may qualify for rent and utility assistance. Sorry no pets. Call 402-463-5953 for more details. EMBASSY SQUARE is 100 percent occupied. 402-462-4032 EFFICIENCY AND 1 bedroom upstairs: no pets/ smoking. 402-469-7046 COME IN AND APPLY TODAY Begin Fall in your new apartment. 2 and 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath, w a s h e r / d r y e r hookups/basements for storage, large eat in kitchen/appliances furnished, central air and heat/off street parking/lawn care provided, onsite management/maintenance. See us for application at 945 W. H St Hastings Ne. Or call us at 402-463-5953. Affordable housing/utilities. Sorry no pets. FOR RENT SPORTS ITEMS DUPLEXES RADIO TOWER. Excellent shape. Call 573-3530369 Download an application online or visit us at: Royal Engineered Composites 1046 E. 9th Street Minden, NE 68959 PART TIME custodian needed at First St. Paul’s: 25+hours/week; snow removal; must be able to lift 50+ lbs. Evenings/weekends a must. Apply at 501 N. Burlington Ave., Hastings by Friday, October 31. 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Hastings Ave. 402-4624215 or 402-461-1770 FOR RENT FOR SALE FACTORY BUILT KINGSWOOD PLAZA New homes. Financing available 402-463-1958 FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES 2005: 3-BEDROOM. Will finance. Bonnavilla Plaza Call Diane 402-469-4777 FOR SALE INVESTMENT TOWNHOUSE: For sale; 2-3 bedroom, 2 car garage. Lochland $199,900$239,900 Agent owned. 402-461-1785 SALES AUCTION LOT KINGSWOOD PLAZA RV lots available. Call 402-463-1958 RANDY RUHTER, Auctioneer and Broker, 2837 W. Hwy. 6, Hastings, NE, 402-463-8565. FOR SALE HOUSES Korky Lightner Auction Every Thursday Night 5:30 p.m. 219 S. 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Fenced in backyard, interior remodeled within the last year. No pets/smoking. Credit/background check. $700/month plus deposit. 2416 W. 6th. 402-705-1544 HAY / SEEDS WE BUY damaged grain. Grain vacuum. available. 316-640-3203 SERVICES BACKHOE, TRENCHING, waterlines, electric lines, irrigation. 402-817-4279. Pasture Tree Cutters: Cutting of Cedar trees and trees of all kinds out of pastures, fence lines, shelter belts, river banks. Call for information 402-4606076 To place your want ad for the Farmer's Corner call 402-462-2131 At Your Service Up to 16 Words for 1 month ONLY 49.00 $ includes online Call 402-462-2131 for details AUTO GLASS HANDYMAN LAWN / GARDEN CARE ROOFING AUTO GLASS EXPERTS. 25 years combined experience in glass replcement. Jeff Fitzke, Brent Vorderstrasse. 405 West J Street. 402-463-0025 HANDYMAN: Roofing, concrete, painting, home repairs, snow removal. Fully insured. 15 years experience. Reasonable. 462-2660, 460-6756 14 YEARS Experience NeeMow Lawn Care. Fall cleanup. Commercial, residential, insured. Ken Neemeyer. 402-463-5720 CLOCK REPAIR JUNK REMOVAL VILLAGE TIME. Clocks and watches cleaned, repaired. Authorized service center. Will pick up and deliver. 308-832-0671 JUNK HUNK. Junk removal service. Clean out garage, basement, attic, yard. Free estimates; courteous service. Call Scott at 402705-6263 Olsen Roofing Incorporated Tin Roofs • Rubber roofing • Tar Roofing Free Estimates 57 Years Experience Crews wanting to work as soon as we know about it. Sooner you call, the sooner we get your job done. 402-382-8201 800-365-8677 CONSTRUCTION HYLDEN CONSTRUCTION. Gutters, siding, trim, windows, doors. Call Steve at 402-462-5439. Samy De Leon Roofing & Construction. Roofing, siding, painting, flooring, dry wall remodeling, concrete. Insured. 402-705-9406 Kulhanek Construction • Roofing • Siding • Seemless Gutters Call 402-469-3875 Fully Insured We buy: Scrap junk vehicles. 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