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'grandpa' turns 100 - page 3 soldiers respond to book drive 6 amherst newsftim kids speak against curt parents rail 'civil rights violations' by daylight o assembled combat the proposed curfew ordinance are dobblo sebok, rebecca sobok, paula judy, carol smith, jason sobiski, tristan soblski, and sloan sobiski. hawk news-times reporter a 90-minulc running battle was waged in city council chambers monday night as part of continuing war law. tliis time, on eve its passage, once again pummclcd into retreat opponents pulled out big guns: their kids. "i believe only passing laws that protect people, places, property," said 11 -year-old one third grade-school students take podium plead curfew. tristan, daughter crosse " road resident majority arc not vandals, but proposal assumes all criminals. also making statements law were sobiski sebok. many adults attendance at meeting expressed rage what they labeled "civil violations," drawing parallels between conditions 1940s nazi germany. "this is amherst, downtown detroit," smith. unfair, unenforceable, unnecessary... if we give our little bit pretty soon we're going have any left." curfew, which has been under consideration since may, would allow police charge school-skipping with minor misdemeanor $50 fine. it originally submitted chief lonnic dillon deterrent vandalism occurring during school day. current incarnation, be effective from 8:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. exempts enrolled home internet courses. ward two represent tativc ed cowgcr discredited. continued pago12 barrett gets local edge win 58th district seat when he won his long, hard-fought political race for an ohio legislation last tuesday night, matt didn't celebrate heading disney world. first thing councilman did buy hamster children. "they've so good through this whole process i thought more how victory will affect council, see editorial 4, story 5. least could do." laughed. just told them let get too close dog." 10 election day, 30 percent precincts reporting, darrctt had swooped behind secure two-point lead over republican incumbent dan white norwalk tfie house representatives. numbers, wednesday morning, stretched 11.7 lorain county though narrowly edged supporters huron seneca counties. -now holds tenuous 901-ballot race, columbus professor kent ; 5 veterans honored leaders future' ijigi isbk jk, ljjjififl 1 top, members clearview rotc drill, while (right) join singing national anthem. smiling showed gratitude toward "we thankful usa." kelley family shares lesson about respect children today don't understand concept way america's greatest generation docs. modem kids, far-away news bulletin, detailing conflicts fought technology death tolls pale compared tragedies world ii, korea, vietnam. that's why visit powers elementary week important day approached. want sec should honored," principal roth. there introduced assorted american legions, vfws.and amvets posts, including korean veteran richard kelley, grandfather second grader jacob kelley. "do you know flag really represents?" asked, showing rules proper etiquette. 'this represents men women who not, come back, .who died wars defending country. cannot disrespect memories." called "the next country 'the world" future." "tills great intelligent people here make mistakes, realize it, move on. oldest republic work," said. event featured drill routine all-female southview army junior rotc, closed honoring special rendition song firelands mourns loss eighth succumbed illness ! teachers classmates system robbed bright young student 16-year-old gabriel elijah kohut-randolph south life-long kidney heart problems. admired him. i've never seen anyone quite determined inspired us all," sard middle guidance counselor doreen lane. attended grade few short months year before being hospitalized summer, she made excuses illness, always completed work, "determined catch up stay class," lane said, even effort took heavy physical toll times. "he wanted much go high school. complain. he'd sit down rest while, asked home," "when felt handle walk class, exhausting him." courses ready start freshman fellow kept touch sent him postcards, diane zimmer talked those friends wednesday. "they touched crashes generate fatality rumors, details scarce confusion specifics car amherst's northern border earlier month spurred rumor mill. following incident around 11:20 saturday, nov. witnesses saw officers pulling sheet object oak point north route 2. vehicle run off northeast kolczun sports medicine center, rolling several times coming rest, confirmed lt. john wallace fire department. male ejected taken lifeflight helicopter medical treatment, stated. detective ralph gonzalez unable fumish information victim's identity or status. four vehicles responded scene pro
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-11-15|
|Date of Original||2006-11-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-11-15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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