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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 2005, Syracuse, New York WAYS TO SAVE MONEY ON HEATING COSTS The Post-Standard Affiliated with 5yracuM.com MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 2005 FINAL EDITION 2005 The Post Standard SYRACUSE, N.Y. 50 CENTS be more seasonable, but it could be windy at times Dry weather will stay in the area for roost of the week and it could get a bit warmer Complete forecast, C-8 HIGH: 29 LOW: 10 Mother Marianne Comes Home Todaj, her religious commumt} will say its final e to Mother Cope during an Aloha Mass at Our of Peace Cathedral in Honolulu LOCAL, Page B-1 Killer seeking mental net deoth, soy Michael Bruce Ross the se- rial killer ho has pleaded v ith the to tafc e his I'fe, will ask not to be executed today as scheduled, two lawyers said Sunday He has agreed to under- go a psychiatric evaluation, the said The request by Ross will al most certainly bring a halt to his execution, scheduled for 9 p m Today. Ross defense lawyer, TR Pauldmg, to review new evidence that sug- gests that he pursued his execu- tion because he suffers from a psychological syndrome that af- flicts inmates on death row, one of the lawyers said Ross admitted to killing eight women in the 1980s including one at Cornell University After 20 late budgets, this year's may be worst _ t, SLtitV. C) ruled that lawmakers can't amend policies written into the governor s budget proposal NEW YORK, PAGE A-6 Jury selection begins in Michael Jackson triai Jury selection begins today in Michael Jackson's child mo- lestation trial. STORY, PAGE A-2 Crunch shooters prevail in overtime victory Three Syracuse players scored goals in overtime Sunday to give the Crunch a 3-2 victory over the Binghamton Senators STORY, PAGE M Israel, Palestine agree to plan for West Bank Palestinian police prepared Sunday to take control of four West Bank towns STORY, PAGE A-3 Corrections Name of Hamilton College Call Deputy Executive Editor Tim Bunn at 470-2240 to dis- cuss a correction Subscription questions'? Call 470-6397 Index Classified____M Movies. GOOD MORNING ALL CLEAR A high-pressure I system will bring mostly sunny skies to Central New 44 die in attacks; British troop plane crashes; turnout large jpank Rape Tn Untfi- 'We Have No Fear7 THOUSANDS OF IRAQIS make a trip on foot to the town of Al Alamara, fraq, to place their votes Sunday Iraqis defied cide bombings and mortar strikes at oollmg stations Insurgents strike, but cannot stop voters News service reports Baghdad, Iraq Entire families showed up wearing their finest cloth- ing Elderly people arrived in wneei- chairs Several were blind At first cowed by the gunfire and ex- plosions, hundreds, then thousands, and finally millions of Iraqis cast bal- lots for a new national assembly "We have no three women wearing all-encompassing abaya cloaks said in unison, heading toward a poll- ing center as a huge explosion shook the ground, one of several that rocked the capital on voting day Word of actual attacks ana rumors of insurgents targeting voters continuous ly made the rounds in the city of 6 mil- lion people V 'east 44 people were killed across Iraq m suicide bombings, mortar strikes and other attacks that began shortly after sunrise "Am I scared9 Of course I'm not scared This is my said 50-year-old Fathiya Mohammed, walk- ing alone at a brisk pace to a nearby polling station "The world is hearing the voice of freedom from the center of the Middle said President Bush, who called the election a success He promised the united wouiu continue uouuug Iraqi soldiers, hoping they can soon se- cure a country America invaded nearly two years ago to topple Saddam Iraqis had "firmly rejected the anti- democratic ideology" of terrorists, he said Shntes and Kurds in the ethnically diverse country voted m big numbers and did not conceal their joy Even turnout in mixed Shnte Sunru areas of the capital seemed higher than ex pected raising the possibility that Sun VOTERS, PAGE A-4 james Vellacott Daily Mirror Associated Press insurgents who launched deadly sui INSIDE The issues- The basics of jobs and health care brought man} Iraqis to the How it happened: U S forces Making history: A high school senior is proud to be an election worker "1 11 show him my finger and say, 'Now where is the mujihadeen9' Bush's reaction: "Resounding success" but continuing Vignettes: After a mortar strikes nearby, voters sweep up and get back in Day m Online: For the latest on the elec- tion, go to www.syracuse.com Teens grieve for friend killed in post-party crash Uti __ Comio ____ Editorials-., uxdnews 1 llfill 4wtu 04 Obituaries A-8 Saence 1-1 Sports A-2 Television D-4 M D-8 M D-5 THE POST-STANDARD By Mike McAndrew Staff writer In small groups, the teenagers came Sunday evening to Bear Road to shed tears, lay flowers in the snow, and write short goodbyes to 16-year-old Kaitlin Kozlowski Kozlowski, a Cicero-North Syracuse High School junior, died Sunday m a 5 17 a m one- car accident in the town of Clay that Onondaga County sheriff s deputies say was caused by a drunken dnver, Kozlowski's friend and C-NS senior, Danielle M fireman, 17. Detectives accused two Town of Clay men of hosting a parry Apartments home where Koz- lowski, Breman, and other mi- nors were consuming alcohol Kozlowski was a passen- ger in Bre- man's red 1998 Potmac Grand Prix when it slammed into a utility pole outside 5240 Kozlowski Bear Road and sheared the pole in half, accord- ing to witnesses awakened by the crash Breman, who resides at 5888 McKinley Road, Cicero, suf- Mike Grwilar Staff photographer NICOLE NORTON, 17, of Cicero, writes parting words Sunday night to her friend, Kaitlin Koz- iowski, 16, on a telephone poie on Bear Road, where Kozlow-
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