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woman donates hair page "j o a x co k-t m c y 3 a: n cnih w p h v. t- -v. r- a. t amherst news-tim mbor into tov win new history book on sale 1 2 ja gs ftl friday ceremony opens weekend of family fun in the minds amhcrsto nians, july equals jamboree time, and this year's downtown district celebration which falls both its own 30th an niversary ohio's bicenten nial is expected to blow away festivities previous years. historical soci ety's annual old-time planning committee, comprised ahs president john dietrich, past ruth haff, co-chairs terry trastcr da vid williams, sat down week review festival's fi nal plans grade their effort. after thorough breakdown weekend's events, they gave themselves three fs shared high-fives for reaching goals. that's because goals arc bring lots families, fun, food am herst, said. "we have something everyone, from opening until closes sunday at 4 p.m.," said trastcr, who will help kick off events front city hall south main street. itself be special attraction, with tribute our country those still stand harm's way protect freedom, he it begin 5:45 p.m. friday. "wc sought out entertainment that would appeal people all ages," has slated performances by wgar's billy currington, walking cane (named best blues band northeastern ohio scene magazine), joe bell swing lizards, coordinators promise deliver performance as lively name suggests. saturday's activities include betterment association car show noon, continue pet show, pizza-eating contest, watermelon seed spitting competition, storytell ers, silly clown. com munity chorus perform p.m., followed 6 great lakes dixieland 8:30 wobl personality tcity lcc goffcc, sing covers music classics johnny cash, george jones, others. sunday's starts parade led grand mar sliall evan nord. participants line up washington street follow route cleveland avenue, spring street, park ending hall, continued kids hocked tho public library's "mad sci ence" demonstrations avenue's center last week, where akron-based science gurus taught scion- local reservist serves; asks coolers jason hawk news-timos reporter saddam may deposed, but one employee, struggle freedom middle east continues. sergeant james douglas 15 years (while not military duty) served amherst's sewer foreman, was activated join his army reserve unit janu ary first now reportedly camped kuwait city. 20-ycar veteran service, jones under orders assist transportation operation hauling equipment supplies. told mayor higgins via satellite telephone fellow troops depart iraq sometime next month lack commodity most mainland americans take granted. without nice, fresh, cold water. "he degrees shade there, day before 130," higgins. "those poor guys sleeping tents no air conditioning, night, if ihey get little breeze, means sandstorm coming. then stay inside flap tent covered up." what's worse: there's water quench troops' thirst, plenty sand, 'it's mad, mad world" tific principles such pressure. above, how pressure allow dryer sustain hovering " r ping-pong ball or even soccer big enough compressor. auditor's voted county race using heads edge suzuki head dale barris nated about $1,000 worth safety equip holps police officers ptl. troy ment pd, during sum donaldson kurt oehlstrom mer months uses two motorcycles protective gear. do- crease ability patrol. youth performing groups stage plays 11-12 sunshine company sandstone apprentices ore going through changes year, including home, directors, 28 participants. theater ex cited working brand facilities ju nior high school, host 11 12. (second fifth grades) per forming musical "charles ton!" guidance vet eran director monica olcjko. set i.i roaring twenties, play tells time when criminals swindlers run wild, ziegfeld follies flappers are craze, cioud mystery hangs over "ice garden" diamond necklace. (junior school ages) panding knowledge many work shops, seminars makeup application, design, expression dance. also "musi call bard back!" direction sarah kozak. production story group producing version "romeo juliet" put 20 cast bat tles "the curse hilltop stage," liets, crazy mother, over-the-top playwright, hearing impaired pianist. friday, u, saturday, evenings 5:30 appren tices start 8 vote could meant upheaval government, democratic party chose keep auditor diane eswinc her avenue office duration term. seven candidates eliminated appoint lorain recorder. had she been elected, forced relinquish post "you never know go ing behind scenes. thing you icam politics. it's understand just votes fell," eswine real estate transfer supervisor judy nedwick named job. "i think do good job, though. i like her, she's very petent person." eight area officials scrambled position bid wed nesday night serve term former recorder mary ann jamison, died age 70 month. procedure dic tates individual leaves elected any reason, members elect replacement numbers, among die contenders were nedwick, es wine, avon council at-large jack kilroy (who dropped moment), ward rep lori kb koski, north ridgcville dcanna hill, agent kara afrates, retired administra tor thclma adams, chief deputy jeanncttc bozsoki. garnered only 152 uic eswlno central committee's six round elimination process, candidate walk. didn't job contacting voted," explained. others began candidating did, really hurt my chances...you're always disap pointed don't want." although seek again, recorder's held her. "it interesting see what happens level government," "it's same librarian's making information avail able ns service. can others." eswine, ,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2003-07-09|
|Date of Original||2003-07-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|