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moosehead moves in - page 3 scouts hike appalachians . n o l 9 x i g ru a fe?r to ' amherst news-tim tn r woman of the cloth march on l.ie -i ? m 5 hl d w jf tu r,j r- sister dorothy kazel worked with women and children war-torn el salvador until she was murdered by that country's opporessive regime 1 980. state report: more sex offenders move into 44001 zip number code is still the'-risc, "arid- new-state tallies show it doubling since summer 2004. according online informa tion posted electronic offender registration notification system (esorn), there are now 25 living code, as well handful working here. database, which main tained office ohio attorney general jim petro, may be accessed at www.esom,ag.state.oh.us. an article published news-times june 15, 2005, listed public information 19 order promote safety awareness neigh bors, especially children. previous report 2004 named just 12 local offenders. seven new additions list (one former individual continued city cop returns officer eric layfield mm brjf- fmtgbbbbm jsj 'sue jm members steele high school concert choir belt out during last month's gallery success induction ceremony. woekmthe singing group given green light for april trip tour1 flew york under direction vocal teacher$ark skladan. sisters honor work nun jason hawk reporter twenty-five years ago, jungles salvador, warlords brutally beat death teacher noel marra loved. marra, who director religious education st. joseph catholic church amherst, planning georgia join demonstration military base believed have trained latin american monsters responsible murder. grew up euclid became ursulin academy cleveland. her locat ed down hall from marra's locker. "she vibrant. always smile face," said. "you were drawn her." after school, took mission field, alleviate poverty, feed children, witli hospi- far away life" layfield's 'get involved qx shut up' mantra lands him active coast guard duty themuddy post-katrina mississippi basin new×' only three months before found self knee-deep muck refuse mississippi, uniform but without power or water, armed teeth. "it looked like bomb hit," he 34-year-old had signed warm, months, when hurricanes katrina rita hadn't yet formed. father, served vietnam war, prohibited joining army ranks age 17, mounting tensions middle east past year con vinced finally time enlist. "itienj's point we war iraq you either get up," said, "i'm notpronc shutting up." isi member elite port security unit 309, gtusrd can tals, spread catholicism refugees civjj wars plagued central america. marra' said missionaries' teachings completely apo litical, government viewed activities subver sive. dec. 2, 1980, other nuns stopped national soldiers roadside, taken secluded place, abused, killed peasants later their bodies hidden alongside road. sharing story martyred catechism students, fifth- sixth-graders will praying travels protest fort bcnning nov. 19. year, 16,000 human rights, anti-war, arab jewish relations activists marched u.s. army's americas, where five kazcfs executioners trained, "they'll all help ipbibibbiiffbpykbipbbhhr?lpb' layport helped resupply rebuild this gulfport station, wiped hurricane katrina. dispatched lraq. tyas ussembled uss cole bombed terrorists while yemeni october 2000. its mis sion prevent harming ships, scrambled full fcrce anywhere ths world forceitlrin 96 hours. some he'imit havo already seen action iraq, rumors strong 309 graduate, plan events kazeps life work. 'stop violence,' even though they come different backgrounds," wall has been erected around compound, 11 protesters including maryknoll sen traffic woes highlighted feud football lights road rage run-in between frustrated motorist pedestrian stcclc$high,school following-thc,fridayr,scpt-23l game against olmstefalls exerting heavy-handed effect policy." parking along one driveway restricted, slew vehicle-related precautions being eyed board ask police take hand controlling post traffic. changes discussed board's oct. meeting, president ronald yacobozzi outlined his role lot incident. couple dumbbells doing something stupid not thinking about consequences," told news-times. witnessed junior high-aged student walking through stadium lot's one-way washington street exit, followed slow-moving car, driver crept closer walker right yacobozzi's eyes struck boy, knocked leg slipped bumper. ran car confronted 40-something driver, "egging on" "got what deserved," boy deliberately. "this could very serious. easily run over broken," no signs sprouted cramped alleyway, wants eventually sec closed zone headed back tojpp spongy t'f , first sjdp type zones oulport, miss., arrived blurry-eyed a.rh. sept. 3. 309's goal vas to; rebuildjwp coti$t instal latjohtthat' hal;eh61iinktely 38-foot-tall surge pushed ashore. ago tenced federal prison supporters called non-violent civil disobedience. two released month. thought built withstand storm, thing left intact roof. walls, sup plies, rations, gasoline, weapons swept torrent, servicemen's' pets evacuated killed. several 87-foot-long cutters stationed gulf area mado landfall, returned find every destroyed. sturdiest mortar concrete buildings standing, those post-holocaust skeletons rubble-strewn land scape, brute strength stonn brick structures broke win dow jn entire region. week, lived sweat, filth, showers, band guardsmen established camp, set defenses, jind fended off cont!nod fm 0 .1
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-10-12|
|Date of Original||2005-10-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-10-12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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