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The Republican, Tuesday, August 2, 2005 WEATHER, OBITUARIES, STATE THE WEATHER FORECAST The Republican. DAILY AND SUNDAY ALMANAC National Weather Service Supplementary Weather Observation Station at The Republican TEMPERATURE Yesterday's high. 84 at 5:00 p.m. Yesterday's low 66 at 4:00 a.m. Normal high 82 Normal low 62 Record high 96 in 1995 Record low 40 in 1964 Normal, record temperatures and rainfall recorded at Westover Air Reserve Base ATMOSPHERE WIND Yesterday's high humidity Low humidity High barometric pressure 30.16 in.

Low barometric pressure. 30.00 in. Peak wind 10 mph at 4:10 p.m. Air Quality Yesterday. Good Today Good Pollen count Grass Low Trees Low Weeds Low Mold High Source: American Lung Assoc.

of Western Mass. PRECIPITATION Rain yesterday 0.02 inches Month total 0.02 inches Year total 16.34 inches NATIONAL FORECAST CITY Las Vegas Little Rock Albany Los Angeles Albuquerque Louisville Anchorage Miami Beach Atlanta Milwaukee Atlantic City Minneapolis Baltimore Nashville Billings New Orleans Birmingham New York City Boise Okla. City Buffalo Omaha Burlington Orlando Charleston, SC. Philadelphia Charlotte Phoenix Chicago Portland, ME Cleveland Portland, OR Cheyenne Salt Lake City Concord, NH San Francisco Dallas San Juan Denver Seattle Des Moines St. Louis Detroit Tampa Honolulu Topeka Jackson, MS DC WEATHER KEY (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy, -cloudy, sh-showers, -rain, t-thunderstorms, sf-snow flurries, sn-snow, WORLD FORECAST Today London CITY Madrid Amsterdam Mexico City Athens Manila Baghdad Montreal Beijing Moscow Berlin Nassau Bermuda New Delhi Bogota Oslo Budapest Paris B'Aires Rio Cairo Rome Dhahran Seoul Dublin Stockholm Hong Kong Sydney Istanbul Tel Aviv Jerusalem Tokyo Toronto Kabul Vienna Lima Warsaw Lisbon Zurich FOR THE LATEST FORECAST SEE mass Resignation Associated Press BOSTON A member of Harvard's top governing board says resigned over a proposed raise to university President Lawrence H.

Summers, accordto a copy of the board member's resignation letter released the university yesterday. Harvard Corporation memConrad K. Harper also cited dissatisfaction with Summers' leadership, including his controversial comments about women's aptitude for science math, as a reason for his resignation. "I saw a pattern," Harper told Summers in his resignation letdated July 14. "Your state- Roman J.

Porebny 1924 2005 TODAY TOMORROW THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY AN 7 Some sun Thunderstorm possible High 90 Low 61 High 91 Low Thunderstorm Thunderstorm possible possible 87 Low 62 High 80 Low 59 Temperatures over the next abc several days will average above normal. Watch abc40 weather at 5, 5:30, 6 11. and hot. High Berkshires: cloudy. Low 65- 89.

Tonight, 60s. 64 High 86 Low 63 High TOM BEVACQUA 1 Pioneer Valley: Partly sunny 86-90. Tonight, fair to partly 70. Partly sunny and hot. High 85- fair to partly cloudy.

Low mid- WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS WEATHER MAP SUN MOON 5:45 a.m./8:08 p.m. 2:52 a.m./7:12 p.m. Length of day 14:23 Day of year 214 New moon First quarter August 4 August 12 Full moon, Last quarter August 19 August 26 The Big Dipper is in the northwest these evenings, its curved handle pointing left toward Arcturus in the west-southwest. Jupiter is lower to the southwest horizon. Patrick Rowan TIDES Today's first high and first low tides.

Boston Harbor 10:28 a.m,/Lo 4:14 a.m. Provincetown Hi 10:44 a.m./Lo 4:32 a.m. Hyannis Harbor 11:31 a.m./Lo 4:45 a.m. Gloucester. 10:27 a.m./Lo 4:10 a.m.

New Haven Hi 10:21 a.m./Lo 4:17 a.m. BEACHES Cape Cod and Islands Partly sunny and seasonable today. Wind southwest at 6-12 mph. Waves a foot or two. Watch for a thunderstorm toward evening.

North Shore Partly sunny, warm and humid today. Wind southwest at 6-12 mph. Waves 1-2 feet. Possibly a late-day thunderstorm. South Shore Partly sunny, warm and humid today.

Wind southwest at 6-12 mph. Waves 1-2 feet. A thunderstorm is possible late. 80s 90s 7 41003 (WARM New York Washington Miami noon positions of weather systems and Temperature bands are highs for the day. temperatures are given for selected cities.

Warm Front Stationary Front Rossi In Loving memory Of ANTHONY E. ROSSI March 31, 1961 Aug 2, 2004 Just a thought of sweet remembrance, Just a memory sad and true, Just the love and sweet devotion Of one who thinks of you. Sadly missed by Mom Reprints of Obituaries The text of obituaries from the past year can be reprinted in 8 11 format. For more information, call 413-735-1645. HOLYOKE Roman J.

Porebny, 80 of Holyoke, died Saturday at Baystate Medical Center. He was born and educated in Poland. Roman was a machinist for H.M. Spencer Co. in Holyoke until his retirement, served with the British Army during WWII and was a communicant of Mater Dolorosa Church.

He is survived by his wife, Halina (Piekarczuk) Porebny, his children, Michael Porebny of Holyoke, Debbie and her husband Willard Brown of West Springfield and Aggie and her husband Adam of Chicopee. He leaves a brother-in-law, Dareck Piekarczuk and a sister -in-law Marcella Dyjach both of Poland and many aunts, uncles and cousins. He was pre-deceased by several brothers and sisters. The funeral will be held Thursday at 8 a.m. from the Barry J.

Farrell Funeral Home, 2049 Northampton Holyoke, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 9 a.m. in Mater Dolorosa Church. Burial will follow in Mater Dolorosa Cemetery, South Hadley. Calling hours will be held Wednesday, 3 to 7 p.m. Donations may be made to the Roman J.

Porebny Memorial Fund United Bank, 1830 Northampton Holyoke, MA 01040. Barry J. Farrell Funeral Home 536-3843 Roger W. Houghton 1923 2005 AGAWAM Roger W. Houghton, 82, of River Road, entered into eternal rest on Sunday, July 31, 2005, in a local nursing home.

Born in Montague City, he had lived in Vermont but spent most of his life in Agawam. Roger worked as a machinist for Pratt Whitney and previously worked for the former Bosch. He also worked as a courier for Bradley Airport and had worked for Kaman Aircraft. He was a 32nd degree mason and was a member of the Lodge of Masons 18 in Windsor, VT. He was a Shriner and member of the Mt.

Sinai Temple of Shriners, the Shrine Club and Consistory in Burlington, VT and the council and chapter of the Scottish Rite in Brattleboro, VT. 'Roger was an avid automobile fan owning many different sports cars. He was also an airplane enthusiast and had refurbished an airplane. He was an army air corp veteran of World War II and an air force veteran of the Korean conflict. He leaves four sisters, Dorothy H.

Wales of Nashua, NH, Jean H. Hinkley of Ascutney, VT, Marjorie H. Hinkley of Springfield, VT, Beverly H. Rabideau of Brattleboro, VT, and several nephews and nieces. He was pre-deceased by a sister, Marion H.

Schultz. The funeral will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Agawam Funeral Home, 184 Main Street followed by burial in the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Calling hours are Wednesday from 6-8 p.m. Donations may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Children, 516 Carew Street, Springfield, MA 01104-2396.

GAWAM Funeral Home IN MEMORIAM Talbot In Loving Memory Of BRUCE W. TALBOT Aug 26, 1956 Aug 2, 2003 If tears could build a stairway And memories a lane We'd walk right up to heaven And bring you home again. Forever in Our Hearts Love Debbie and Chad Groll In Loving Memory Of GERTRUD GROLL On the 25th Anniversary of her passing, -4 Ni Always in our thoughts. Sadly missed by your family Pierce In loving memory of MARGARET O. PIERCE who passed away Aug.

1, 2001 Times takes away the edge of grief; But memory turns back every leaf. Sadly missed by Husband Family Partly sunny Greenfield Pittsfield Northamp Palmer Westfield Springfield REGIONAL WEATHER MAP Temperatures are today's highs and tonight's lows. Quebec Montreal Ottawa Montpelier Augusta Toronto Concord Buffalo Albany Boston Hartford Pittsburgh New York City Philadelphia Forecasts and graphics, with Washington, D.C. the exception of abc40 casts, provided by NATIONAL WEATHER MAP tier -10s -0s 0s 10s 20s 30s 40s 503 60s 70s Seattle COOLER Billings San Francisco Angeles (HUMID HOT Minneapolis Detroit Chicago a Denver Kansas City (SUNNY Atlanta El Juneau Honolulu Shown are precipitation. Forecast 53 Showers -showers Rain Flurries Snow Ice Cold Front protests ments demeaned those who are underrepresented at the top levels of major research universities." Harper's departure became public last week, but he declined to disclose the reason or provide a copy of his resignation letter.

However, he said Harvard was free to release the letter if it chose. In the three-page letter, Harper said his concerns "came to a head" when the Harvard Corporation decided last month to give Summers a 3 percent salary increase. That would raise his salary to about $580,000. Summers earned about $563,000 in salary in the 2005 fiscal year. "Despite your apologies and your creation of important task Greene In loving memory of KEITH A.

GREENE On His Birthday, Aug. 1st Sadly missed by Anthony, Nakeisha Kala, goddaughter Nicole, Sharon, Mom Dad, Sisters, Brothers, and Family 4 Mattoon In Loving Memory Of Kathleen Marie Mattoon On Her First Anniversary The saddest day of our lives, was the day you passed away. We think of you in silence and speak your name. But all we have are memories and your picture in a frame. Although we cannot reach you and your voice we cannot hear, we know you walk beside us, nevler absent always near.

We love you and will forever miss you. Love always, Mom, Dad, brother sister, family and friends. Kane In Loving Memory of CHARLES E. KANE Oct 22, 1943 Aug 2, 2004 He had a nature you could not help loving And a heart that was purer than gold. And to those who knew and loved him, His memory will never grow cold.

From Jo Ellen Brunelle In Loving Memory Of HELEN (BARNA) BRUNELLE August 2, 2004 It's been a year since You went with the Lord, But you will always be In our hearts. "Moms" we love you. Ernie, Joan, Joyce families Piepul In loving memory of JOSEPH J. PIEPUL Apr. 16, 1921 Aug.

2, 1995 Your presence we miss, Your memory we treasure; Loving you always, Forgetting you never. Love, Frances, Jan Bernadette Piepul F. pay hike forces," Harper wrote, "I could not and cannot support a raise in your salary. I believe that Harvard's best interests require your resignation." Harper also revealed in his letter that on March 17 two days after faculty members took a vote of no-confidence he told Summers and other board members that he thought Summers should resign. Harper, who is black, was the only minority on the board.

Elected to the Harvard Corporation five years ago, Harper was on the search committee that selected Summers in 2001. A 1965 graduate of Harvard Law School, Harper is a partner at the New York law firm Simpson Thacher Bartlett. Donnelly In Loving Memory Of 4- WILLIAM DONNELLY Oct. 15, 1920 Aug. 2, 1985 We think of you every day.

We look at your picture And wish we could have one more day. Oh -how our family has grown. You now have 10 great -grand kids. Sadly Missed By Your Entire Family he ing by ber his and ter, Other obituaries on Page B4.

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