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police warn of lotto scam - page 3 szakats earns all-ohio honor 8 amherst news-times public library 221 spring street iuiicdot nut j i"" jl i " rusit?es uibuubb imp-using no-vote property tax jump by jason hawk reporter a proposed .63-miil inside levy may be the first step to climbing out deficit in township, but it certainly will not silver bullet, according officials. last night, hearing was held at township hall discuss establishment that would max township's 10-mill millage cap". finance officer howard akin said monday while budget projections are ''the most important thing keep mind here is without this money, we run funding, trustee neil lynch. final, appears facing about $30,000 shortfall general operating fund 2008. does collect income from its residents. instead, survives mainly on personal tax, which has been reduced recent years due legislation jn columbus. local government funding state also frozen, leading problems for said. "it's one thing; it's number tilings. we've had spending couple years, and never addressed," he lynch issue appear november ballot. because deals with millage, trustees get decide whether enact increase. cost owner $100,000 residential an additional $19.29 per year, or $1.61 month, $150,000 home $28.94 continued jamboree rock amherst's downtown . x ; thc 34th annual old time weekend city parking lot park avenue, vj, across main .street community center, p. event kicks off friday evening 5:45 p.m. v;openlng ceremony, include rendition 'the i( star spangled banner" joy powell sarah mount. .,;..' .entertainmentjbr performers buckshot, haywire, terry lee goffee train sloye, patriots band, o-force, cherry .flavored elevator band. choir country line dancers perform. there rides euclid .beach "rocket ship car," saturday ,t .' pet parade pizza eating contest, l qri, sunday, feature bicycle deco-p rating all contestants earning spot ridding parade.. ' -the sunday 1 p;m, line-up will,be , shupe school route follow elyria avenue ! ik nvwiflninnnafhi m kameron tokus, 6. ol amherst, splashes around f8&&&-,i mfgwp jffs help lifeguard brianna remster during his day 'fsmwf- '' u-osss ffe2 swimming !essons a! anna schmauch pool g. '?t :5st--m- rose walther emily zichi lifeguards share tips successful sun baby, hot outside. thermometer popping up into high 80s 90s regular basis, nothing better than quick dip cool off. hole say fun everyone, easy rules remember water pain-free. rule easiest only takes minutes. sunscreen sunblock defense against injuries, says nick deitz chelsea remster. "when little kids sunburned, they sunburned bad," "they can't afford kind exposure such young age. can do some serious, serious damage." "sometimes so excited getting parents let them go 10 15 minutes before apply sunscreen. that's bad idea," should applied leaving house, plenty sink pores hit water, she very know place where you swimming, memorial maude neiding park, neighbor friend's pool, your own backyard pool. break "dp run. slow down. safe. water's going anywhere," grinned. their excitement best them, simply don't understand how crucial walk many crowded area, fall spill bound happen. could potentially much greater threat if child falls hits her head side "a big always talk stay touch," two girls cancer benefit dinner seven 11 -year-old summer outside, playing freeze tag, catching lightning bugs, trees. shouldn't have endure pain needles, punctures, radiation treatments. diagnosed acute lymphoblastic leukemia, life isn't easy. zichi, 7, walther, greatest challenges lives. emily, daughter tom laura suffered three months aches, leg back pain, fevers doctors discovered april leukemia. adopted jim dawn after mother, dawn's cousin, slipped coma 2003. mother died march 2006. leukemia 2 condition complicated what called "philadelphia" chromosome, making more difficult treat. t -: n : quarry not-so-ancient history foyster matlock men recall long, hard hours sandstone jobs quarrying again return capital world, locals still golden glory days stone pits. april, cleveland quarries ceo russell ciphers confirmed company move former lithonia lighting vermilion, south 140 business. made october, offices 113 road empty lifeless. some, though, memories daily grind company's warehouses, fabrication plant, grow dim. matlock, 93, hughes wellington, recalls well 30 spent working quarries. "there weren't any there," said., recounting long six-day weeks smoothing surfaces blocks loading onto railroad cars. moved age 36, wife children temporarily kentucky, coal miner. worked quitting, 1951 took another job bring family ohio. foyster's story part new book titled "sandstone center world: images stories lorain county, ohio" written matlock's grandson, james a. hieb. "matlock described work as 'down-right labor... work... no foolishness. building, other laborers load hand 80-plus-pound pieces come down conveyor 5
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-07-11|
|Date of Original||2007-07-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2007-07-11|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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