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woman sues taco bell - page h -r- u fy t) .. 3c r' t x 1 m amherst news-time 33 tf) a tn xj c r- zr : q (tl cd -. n -t- d si ;i3 is ... nml i -i ro pj "i r llocal barstdreoarina to ao smoke-f 4 3 'i nascar settles death suit or f business owners say customers will have adjust when issue 5 becomes binding on thursday, dec. 7 by jason hawk ncws-tiirics reporter soon it be illegal take drag in public. but while the impending statewide cigarette ban causing grumbling from many smokers, several arc saying resentment short-lived. "sure, some people angry, as long everyone plays fairly this whole thing, though, three months for get used it," said larry niehart, owner of ziggy's sports bar park avenue. election day, voters across state lined up behind 5, smoke free ohio law that bans smoking all enclosed public places, including government property, restaurants, and bars. measure was passed nearly 17-point margin with 2,185,659 votes. now smokers just two are angry. niehart. more weeks puff away before new goes into effect 7. "the only talking about ones who mad jay murray, church street & grille. majority murray's 52 percent comes food sales, he believes smoke-free environment may provide an incentive even families visit his establishment. already considering designating part rcstuu-rant non-smoking, said, has pledged keep outdoor patio open smokers. exact rules where how patrons can continue unilcar, however, "can they right outside? entrance? these questions pretty gray areas," said. niehart did recently expand bar, adding non-smoking section received overwhelming response senior citizens families. doesn't know if upcoming actually continued pago7 "jl "ij needs osu you've got comets? raining. sleeting. cold. dark. didn't stop die-hard comets fans rocking stadium last thursday night freshmen sophomore, juniors class girls squared off powder exhibition game. battles field were spectacular, sidelines, enthusiasm scary steele boys-turned-cheerleaders appeared, decked out body paint skimpy outfits. tho event fundraiser emmy award-winning news live cast crew. seniors high school tv production travel york city january see taplngs behind-the-scenes action at espn, cnn, nbc studios. pictures event, justice shines light lorain drug world news-times there so much tragedy there, close (lie surface, susan begins share her story little pieces quickly spills hood, march 1975, alone friend. she offered first marijuana ciga- rcttc. point, rush. stops starts, life wreckage talks faster faster, jumping one horrid scene next. gach filled dark episodes abuse, alcoholism, joblessness, poverty, mangled relationships, violence. struggle addictions you want normal person," says 47-year-old author. "you don't trouble, way being anywuy." debut book, "streets darknoss," released july justlco pittsburgh-based rosedog books, novelizes true-life descent gritty underbelly county's world. product alcoholic family, says, grew detention homes ran parents age 15. within years, had coerced family salvation army few good volunteers jingle bells! them every year, front local stores witli smiles their faces ringing away. arrival marks real beginning not holiday season, true season giving. army's kettle campaign. need help. 'the area lias been hit hard job losses," don miller, leader operation. "we lost 500 jobs macy's purchased kaufman's. looming not-too-distant future ford closing, think. what we going do that?" economic conditions taken terrible toll rest county, which means bigger than ever coming year. during 2005 christmas shopping ringers collected $9,000 typically, great funding amount. miller budget $750 per month simply enough meet facing second week october, service unitls coffers dry. 6 vietnam through veteran's eyes szegedy relives history fifth grade art students nord unpleasant truths war younger kids can't handle. veteran helped graders middle begin explore chapter america's week, reliving days radio operator region between da nang hue. happened forgotten, think it's important understand context what's world," teacher amanda sears. avon lake, served u.s. marine corps august 1968 1971, 13-month tour duty vietnam. friday, shared memories 22 sears's class, trying explain jungle terms 10-year-olds could understand. "it rained continuously, single minute, everywhere," "when went oh patrol, carry everything (hat needed sustain your existence." "why go marines?" asked student drake mckelvey. lie father, allen szegedy, 58, father sears, recounts outside nang,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-11-22|
|Date of Original||2006-11-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-11-22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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