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n - cops bust dopers page 5 santa comes down chimney t r ogx to u ro a : td c 2 m r- w tn $ l. ?h o aj x 3? h s 4 amherst news-time 0) si, hi z brewhouse brawl forces taser shooting elm street man charged with assaulting cop during fight involving 20 25 people the 25-year-old who allegedly threw punch at police officer massive bar earlier this month is in court morning, facing charges of assault and resisting arrest. between patrons rc's on church sunday, nov. 6, drew attention shortly after 1 a.m. troy donaldson pushed his way back establishment, where he spotted large crowd fighting. several attempts break up disturbance failed, deployed pepper spray against agitators. finally, fired gun combatants. "as i attempted pull fighting subjects apart, had drive-stun order get them comply," wrote report. but others picked melee, spilling out rear door into an alleyway. that's when said watched justin jacobs 22-ycar-old dennis corner another begin beating him. hit pair taser, shocking all three, place under as did, suspect turned the, officer, stepped backward reach. later, breaking trio fighters, managed handcuff still-struggling jacobs. many involved parties fled area could not be apprehended, wrote. by end ordeal, five sus pects been subdued . continued rice rezoning query may mean condos jason hawk news-times reporter builders arc preparing plead for new housing development amherst's southeastern corner, 46 acres were annexed city six years ago. architect james yorks lcavitt road informally approached planning commis sion members late last about 11.5-acrc swathe along dewey industrial parkway. asked land converted from 1-1 light indus trial property r-3 heavy mul tifamily zoning, secretary kay browning. park was 1999 zoned 2000, she said. that if made resi dential, owner will erect undetermined number high-end condo, townhousc, or apartment units overlooking beaver creek basin. "there aren't any truly upscale apartments can retire to," "this really just preliminary idea. we commission feel find whether they would open it." it far too early comment price range, square footage, other specifics," said, sole ingress egress 6 fire grant give hoses chief wayne northeim compares sprinkler system soon replaced influx money old grant. "every time seem test length, pops," "little streams water jump off hundred little pinpricks." now passed 2000 help replace four-inch all-new five-inch lines. receive $18314 feder al firefighter investment response enhancement (fire) act 2006. awarded office domestic pieparedness, part department homeland security. 2005, nearly 20,972 departments applied, odp expects award 7,000. existing deteriorating rap idly, ones allow firefighters draw much greater volume hydrants. flow useful dur ing "surround drown" oper ations heat usually residential blazes becomes searing volunteer fighters attack flames inside building. some cash also 7 '" silver bells seniors caitlln ritenauer, austin meggltt, lauren forthofor, shayla kotanldes, bridget coughlin, brian waller ring choir rehearsal friday afternoon. steele department, director mark skladan, present annual holiday alumni concert thursday, doc. 15, 7:30 p.m. lorain palace civic center. selections over world accompanied bells, piano, flute, violin. featured choir, madrigals, women's chorus, men's soprano-alto choir. tickets are $2 available member, booster club door. wishing participate ore urged call school. more information, 088-5246. home fought hitler, residents recall battles wged american front editor 's note: tliis second piece series veter ans, wars fought, issues face. 'talcs battlefront'will run through year. veterans stories share 988-2801. while uniformed men dying hail nazi bullets bombs battlefields normandy, stalingrad, rhine, burma, okinawa, entirely different type war being home. americans until ii considered marginal workers took battle cries across united states. women went work sheetmetal factories building ships. everyone scrimped saved gas, rubber, food. personal liberties toqk seat globe's greatest threat freedom everywhere. gas cqst 15 cents gallprj.jnijk-fwas 51 cents, stamps three cenfs each, car $810. tlie average family income $1 ,200 per year, never live spend drafted service german blitzkrieg, score local most whom their 20s hitler's armies marched europe, asia, africa gathered thursday evening main community center downtown memories living homefront. event meeting heritage house, here stories: war, 35 mph speed limit imposed save gasoline, recalled joan lias. motorist seen driving faster, pedestrians shout, "don't you know (here's going on?" sometimes, crowds gather streets sec groups draftees board school buses shipped training camps, there great need keep supplies streaming lines, free market states temporarily suspended commodities like eggs, milk, rationed government so country's resources directed effort, has. ration coupons used purchase common items, written permission required obtain extra even bananas wore scarce reserved only best customers, remembered. olive gerber read memoir former minister dietz, 12 st. louis heard pearl harbor. then, openly discussed school, one classmate enlisted year killed, each dietz make trip empty highways its pennsylvania homestead. night, windows shut tight shades drawn. no allowed out, effort enforced civil defense patrol. hosted japanese-american officer. because military, man's wife children released trom internment then came news atomic bomb dropped hiroshima. immediate exhil aration sense 10 lias tells her story enduring evils very battlefield: sb commander john pena, donna hauck, tom hauck. hauck named legionnaire first served country, community. south resident honored legion post u8's "it's long coming tom," commander, pena. "he's given volun teer, appreciate that." special dinner 13, actions u.s. army korea, two trustee. addition, pena has legion's charitable arm, helping disburse collect annually sports programs, red pago bourne releases album guitar, banjo, mandolin seems every angst ridden, lovelorn teenage boy pick guitar point. leap fourth grade, damon started trumpet. teenager, figured have better juck girls played guitar. now, decades he's laughing release cd. "the music play traditional old-time," 39-year-old describing celtic-bluegrass-appalachian mix helps create one-third wisconsin-based sticky fingers. fall, followed self titled 2002 album, picking grinning strings. it's skill now-vacant ron zchel's cooper foster road. fact, ." (loft), michael bryant tracy jane comer, fingers, photo mclnvaille. v)
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-11-23|
|Date of Original||2005-11-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-11-23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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