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may $ fun run ends in tragedy - page 2 caboose comes home pag kl 59. news- he u bay laki 197) hi and, ely) worl ami itt vcn) i st. am) radv wb st 37 ha.1 of a sisti chfi rep his haf s md cht lu ida be ch ati die, ho) lot foi ml ho ing lo wa sec wo oc fro al? amherst loses, grafton three men who died bvcrseas while fighting tor their country will honored, but not town. after monttis sparring, veterans group delivered knock-out punch to amhcrstonians sunday, choos build vietnam memorial 98 deceased soldiers includ ot ice cream? dairy dealers say milk prices spoil trade by jason hawk news-times reporter ' what's the scoop on bad news is that amherst's poncrics could dishing out higher because seasonal cash cow's costs arc rise. business owners at some city's hottest spots chill already getting creamed, seeing bottom-line effects have increased as much 60 percent last weeks. "i've felt crunch has gone up $3 gallon, and cream $2 tub," said doug gcorgo, owner sal & al's cooper foster park road. : for man uses 16 gallons each week just making milkshakes, increase significant. george's hamburger also jumped 20 percent, he's been forced raise menu's beef prices. so far, holding off passing buck costomcrs where involved, it won't long until cave in. "i'll putting table tents apologize customers,' george said. "there's no way avoid it. -have mark can't absorb costs." j . feeling echoed karen argcnti, cleveland avenue's hastcc tastcc stand, goes through four gal jons day. "i think people are being warned all time these rise," she "so far wc haven't had one complaint. lhink understand." " those dollar signs "uddcrly" ridiculous aren't alone suffered sticker shock too when vis ited ben jerry's avon commons paid $5.60 two single-scoop cones. "i'm an lover, don't like whacked pithcr," "people love still going eat -they're maybe cat little less." "we've busier than ever this year already." argcnti agreed, attributing influx early bout warm weather stop eating it's our national pastime." continued 12 thoss nurses molly anders (left) sharon detillil (right) help patient barb macon, former hospital employee, negotiate hallway afer reconstructive knee surgery. proclamation makes giant step they behind every good better woman -they same thing about doctors nurses. that's why mayor dave taylor partnered with health care executives orthopedic specialty services make official nursing week, recognizing un-sung heroes medical profes sion. handed down procla mation tuesday, declaring 6-12 flcmlne b. braincrd iii, wayne s. ilorvath, thomas i. snyder instead north lake street. prolonged four-hour deliberation, lorain county committee voted ll -2 2,500-squarc foot plaza honor nation's 2.7 million nurses, including dedicate lives serv residents. among brave women r,n.s detillil, together dedicated five years patients. grew my mother nurse sister nurse. grandmother was switchboard operator nt pennsylvania," anders, between 12-hour shifts entrance reservoir state route 57. "wc didn't coming either week," chair spanski monday. "(our members) overall site grafton." vote's outcome, admitted, fueled part got (center) talks customers dennis rlos carol weise rising teaches clinical? i-oruin community college. "when little, wanted mom, started volunteering candy-striper. couldn't believe you actually go school then get people." hooked way; eight old, her aunt exposed aspqet life medina hospital, from cdiatric unit inten 5 conflict over proposed building sites march, athletic program supporters denounced destruction beaver creek reservation mctropork soccer field memorial. "if problems amherst, would allowed come extra dollar? vendors face crack-down flea market license hunt vintage records retro clothing arthurian swords, home-brewed honey, antique lamps, everything can found jamie's any given wednesday saturday. investigators lottery tax limbo council members temporary impasse stuck half-way pas sage rejection, 1.5-percent tax' win nings cooler legal advisors struggle its implications. law director kenneth stumpltauzer asked city 10 meeting give controversial ordinance breather investigates whether justify taxing tery winnings ignoring other games chance, such bingo or casino profits. based request, 6-1 toss measure bade into consideration compiles opinion. at-large representative nick brusky lone dissenter vote, advocated trashing jaw altogether. seen anyone change mind, know what discussion hour," there hard feelings, though. kept stressing we're decision today, tomorrow, next year. 30- 40 ycar legacy." hearing news, called move significant blow products toll taking menu free dishes cream. ohio department taxation own finds 30-ycar-old 113 south cracking ven dors. effort enforce income laws, inspectors scout ed 1, returned 8 deliver six citations merchants operating without permits, anything matter," council's 4-3 split issue previous meetings, supporting (he prior occasions were word cowgcr, ward costilow, jennifer wasilk, bill vandcrwydcn. opposing brusky, joseph gainbish, terry traster. put forward chance rejected 3-4 vote month, retracted proposal monday, stating closer look revealed hurt organi zations boosters .bingo, which raised $1 2003. brusky's course swung; full circle; again asking peers discard legislation. personally creating new taxes whenever problem best w iu future tourism appeal. very disappointed. thought made legitimate offer thorough offer," told news-times. i'm surprised choose city. hand, respect position wish them well." precedent market's stability. "some sellers needed licenses, transient licenses. none all," explained general manager lorna balmcrt. 'there con fusion telling us us. laws regard 6 solve situation," meet ing, modification pro posed treasurer kathleon litkovitz
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-05-19|
|Date of Original||2004-05-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-05-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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