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blast from the past gung-ho for rugby pago 8 paqo4 amherst news-times mhn:fcwi.him sj i tlttwttt' - ; 1 catholic golden agers will meet today, july 21 , at 11:30 a.m. in social hall st. joseph's church, amherst. prior to meeting a mass be celebrated chapel remember all of our deceased members. mark group's 31st anniversary celebration, and its 101st member. entertainment, dollie koller perform her special brand music, talent enthusiasm. tickets luncheon, catered by sterk's, are $10. ticket information, please call joanne 988-3089. friends public library hold their monthly on wednesday, 28, new time, 11:15 a.m., library. help support pro- grams. members welcome. f ": i- f;.":;; . m-. ' pysanky egg program presented bev boiwka thursday, 29, 7 p.m. she share expertise fine art pysanky, decorating eggs with use wax very intricate designs. no resigstration required. i-,....... ...i,ii.jaa,.i;,ii,fmijii. .i,i..,j,i.i,.,u... ,q : it- cub scout pack 427 host yard sale saturday, 31 9 3 held northwest corner intersection north lake street west martin avenue. proceeds pack's camping purchase recognition awards. pig igii h z 83 4 ? u m pc r n stepa em 12 oban sctoncg qiwms .mil i"ul. w ... it .t if " y tmt if, brett depaola jason hawk reporter chances slim that find himself commando gear, dropped behind enemy lines an elite black ops team. but physics expert who graduated steele high school 1973 is son former mayor anthony could soon deployed anywhere world moment's notice brief american leaders allies top secret information. professor kansas state university one only people chosen this year serve as scientific advisor obama administration jefferson fellow. during visit last week his home "we're talking about really smart people, training isn 't science," said dr. depaola. "if can explain freshmen, these guys should easy." town, he told was inspired government after hearing then-illinois senator barack deliver keynote address 2004 democratic national convention. "he urged everyone do what they america," said. "it sounded much like john f. kennedy. me something extra i'd never considered before others." bags move washington, d.c., where starts work aug. 16 u.s. department state. job there research how science affects policy decisions foreign relations. b dispatched any time embassies around globe translate complex ideas into form that's easily accessible politicians agents. more interested than previous administrations. continued page li kj lij vk" j r. .ff'-:i v&mis v.;..-" prescription surviving heat wave: lots ice cream. it's coincidence july, hottest month year, cream month. area soft stands have been doing bang-up business recent weeks temperatures climbed mid-90s. "everybody loves can't live without it," laughed karen argenti, now 13th operating hastee tastee cleveland days, traditional vanilla, chocolate, strawberry still get due, summer's break-out treats frozen yogurt, tropical snow cones, flavor burst blue goo devin krieg, manager it'z berries stand route 113, day-today decide menu items big sellers. "chilly days mean 5 olivia horstmann, chows does hot summer evening. photo '''v,' t :'' (v. -.. .. .'. -.' ...... bank robber large heist firstmerit fbi agents working several leads robbed, investigators not releasing employees avenue called police 3:40 wednesday reporting tall white man mustache goatee had handed teller note demanding cash. suspect described 40 years old, standing six feet, two inches thin medium build. darker hair wearing baseball-style cap, dark long-sleeve t-shirt, athletic "swishy" pants stripe down each leg. made off money aren't saying ran toward olde town pizza. injured holdup. lt. joseph kucirek while detectives trail won't release information robber's said, conversation might employees, whether weapon, or involved other robberies. ii rr iii .i want identifying man, seen surveillance footage. forced $300,000 fine, council debates energy plan local taxpayers lurch least fines stemming investment low-cost coal power plant southern ohio. 48 cities 1980s bought cheap richard h. gorsuch station near marietta. 60-year-old set close december scrutiny over carbon emissions. environmental protection agency levied $15 million against shareholders including city wrestling handle payments. randy corbin, vice president municipal power, briefed monday. epa's grow even unless owners ways reduce 70,000 megawatt-hours. goal, asked -y buy $150,000 incentives must already paid next three years. would pay vermont corporation, non-profit aiming convince ohioans cut back electrici ty usage. company waives carrots under noses businesses willing energy-efficient. also gives coupons rebates residents green appliances light bulbs. first epa using efficiency pollution control, corbin councilman gambish has hard spending $50,000 characterized "double coupons." "to me, stinks," look violations force communities adopt aloha, andy w' ft v: r' v "! andrew csanady, 5, wears lei smile thursday library's reading fair, "shark fish" balloon made. fair photos, see 2. 1l 7!
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-07-21|
|Date of Original||2010-07-21|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-07-21 91 29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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