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1 11 i swashbucklers on stage - page 2 missing checks a mystery pi amherst news-tim -r j v rn yj l h z r n :- ' to ff council accepts eswine's resignation dlano eswino students bid fond final farewell man they knew as 'their' pope by jason hawk news-times reporter he was visionary, fight er of oppression and commu nism, great communicator, healer wounds between the jewish catholic worlds, scholar, bridge for 2,000-ycar-old religion into new millennium. loss john paul ii blow one bil lion roman catholics across globe, but in hearts minds religious school children pontiff's death meant much more. "for many you here today, don't know any other pope," said father larry martello.on friday, address ing st. joseph during special prayer serv ice. "you have learned so from his example. like us." martcllo knows power world's most prominent leader's presence; 1996, made pilgrimage rome meet pope, shared memories with mourning kids friday. "he had such quiet confi dence about who was," said, recounting first meeting at peter's dasilica christmas live mass, well occasion spring 1996 when witnessed mother theresa bring sick people wheelchairs stretchers be blessed pontiff. didn't back down world," martello. need look life decide what makes us christians, too. ..the best tribute can pay is follow christ did." prayers, joseph's prayed that cardinals will 'soon enter conclave eledt leader divine guidance. "no matter hbw bleak things might seem no how homework .have, -yhat grade got qui; or test, dark it gets, continued oh 8 stained glass displays honor late dentist getting al pecora talk books never pulling teeth. wanted he'd read encourage them do same," former.' public library director judy dworkin, developed close bond over years. very articulate with, broad iranglng interests, eager share others. him amherst." now th& ever-smiling dentist, practjeed downtown amhprst 39 years before passing away april 2003, 0 eight months until end her term, city auditor diane iiswinc bowed out political game monday night. "i think i've been key per son keeping this finan cially sound," she told after unanimously accepted let ter elected post. qnly voting" -school twcw known," felt those feelings led mixed joy sorrow farewells their spiritu service balloon launch last friday morning. rswinc, whose husband thomas died march 5 lengthy illness six month hospitalization, resigned personal rea sons "looking forward track." retire effective may , com pletely instead searching job opportunities. enough going my life. it's time go hiatus." eswinc, has served since stock market marvels are caji't tell difference blue chips potato chips? "bull wirket" place buy steak? klamms help. sly eighth graders s u big splash wednesday, using $500000 monopoly money beat 73 teams area high schools faux wall street showdown. "it's all luck. 99.999 percent," leaun griebe, helped friands deal fake sliares lorain county community college's 1998. 2001, reelected post second term narrowly defeating republican opponent michael sutton 34-votc margin. calling benefits "poor," eswinc only real regret hoped office sec move toward charter form government. . really financial person we cial rather than part part-time challenge. trading simulated 60 days activity, received mock news releas es every 10 "days" an hour long period telling trends. the? hour, (the team moniker anagrammed letter each student's name) amassed $1.47 million, nearly $260,000 above the?r nearest competitor gold medal finish. weren't without rivals, especially early (lie game. ghetto weasels nord middle schoql, which fielded 36 nine teams, quickly dropped psge treasurer," adding caring $30- $40 million budget too responsibility handle 20 hours week. absence, bswine hopes continue examine health general fund, keep tight reign spending. president dietrich already several appli cations fill position rose corrigan curtis jefferies proud pneu matic pump constructed lego building blocks. olympians build class lesson there arc hurdles, bobsleds, high-dive platforms, goal nets, rackets. classroom buried deep heart school, handful preparing try skills against toughest sort competitors. athletes annual .con olympiad, battle whits pits cunning craftiness function form. hard finding exactly gears work together," says 11-year-otd alex bruce, twisting two plastic-toothed sprockets affixing twin rubber bands motor powers vehicle slowly taking shape hands. around advisor rosemary hesmond's range score science math just creating mad cap array pianos, windshield wipers, carousels, chairs, cars, assorted machines plastic toys. among inventors zack kordeleski, one-upped classmates painstakingly piecing together racer own design home help instruction sheets. "getting engine along wheels tough part," while clicking assignment teammates. making something up myself, feel accomplish more unique creation." product raced floor three four miles kordeleski project inspired pursue architectural dr engineering career. another corner classroom, 12-ycar-old partner, jefferies, beam smiles pneumatic pump. triggered bi-valve push button compressor, machine rais lowers platform effortlessly. pittak, also 12, did some on-thc-side tinkering well, crafting working blenders, tanks, carrier ships home. 3 members investment company review plans purchase additional shares. november. vying democratic candidate david c. kukucka 501 charles drive, j. dunn 163 n.lake though could opted seek third not file board elections january, citing called "bad care plan" officials. learning still 3'
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-04-13|
|Date of Original||2005-04-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-04-13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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