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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - March 18, 2005, Syracuse, New York McGWIRE: DON'T TAKE STEROIDS Mark McGwire, nearly in tears, refuses to say if he took steroids SPORTS, BRACKET BUSTER No. 12-seed Wisconsin- Milwaukee knocks off No 5-seed Alabama on the tournament's first day. SPORTS, Page D-1 EDELIN STAYS AT SU SU's Billy Ede'ln i-.lth the team for the NCAA Tournament. Also: Preview cf tne SU-Vermont game. T'p-off "s 7-10 p.m. today. SPORTS, Page D-1 FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2005 FINAL EDITION SYRACUSE, N.Y. 50 CENTS SING DSY There Kill be some duuds in :hc but a btcm u. ill con- tinue to keep btomii out of V-v. York. That's e.x- pcv-ted to change dunng the Complete forecast, D-14 HIGH: 37 LOW: 21 State talks of new bid for Syracuse's Inner Harbor A official for the first time raised the possibility Thurs- that the state Canal Corp. S' Harbor project back out to bid if negotiations ith the developer of USA remain stalled. STORY, PAGE 1-1 Woman critically hurt in (hittenango house fire A ear-old woman w as cntically injured Thursday in a fire in her Chittenango home. The ictim. Barbara Jean Hughes. as unresponsive when firefighters removed her from the rear bedroom of the house at 605 Lake St. STORY, PAGE M Senate votes to remove Medicaid cuts from budget The Senate voted Thursday to strip all Medicaid cuts from IK version of next year's budget and nearly double the value of tax cuts over the next five years. effectively gutting GOP deficit reduction efforts. STORY, PAGE A-11 General: U.S. could lower troop levels next year The U.S. Army could begin decreasing the number of troops m Iraq next ear in what would be the first significant drop in U.S. forces since the beginning of the war. according to one of the Amy's top generals. Abbas gets promises by militants not to attack Palestinian Authority Presi- dent Mahmoud Abbas won pledges Thursday from Islamic militant organizations to extend the suspension of attacks on Isra- el until the end of this year if the lull in violence continues. STORY, PAGE A-9 Walsh to Gerry Adams: Put the IRA behind you Rep. Jarr.eN Walsh met w ith Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams in Washington Thursday. urdng Adams to distance his organiza- tion from the IRA. Corrections Liverpool school district Bike ride to Green Lakes State Band playing at Bridge Street Ta-vera-E-l Caii Execuir-e Editor Tim Bann'at to GJS- cass a correction GZ> a IJJ-A s storv. Subscription Index Police: Teen Killed By DW1 Driver Girl was aetiverwg Girl Scovt cookies M SkoMatefes with other driUrni when VM hit her. BY Diana LaMattina A girl delhering Girl Scout cookies was killed a drunken driver Thursday night in the town of Ska- ncateles. State Police said. Brandi Woods, of 1396 Old Route 31. Memphis, in the town of Van Buren. was taken to Auburn Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, police said. Lawrence F. Mondore, 50, of 153 E. Senecj Turnpike. Syracuse, was charged with while intoxicated, police said. When he was arrested after the crash. Mondore had a blood alcohol level of 0.13 percent, according to police. The state level is 0.08 percent. About S p.m.. Woods and seven other children were standing alongside a Ford Taurus parked on the westbound shoulder 01 Stump Road. Mondore. who was driv- POLICE AND rescue '.voricers stand across from a van thai police ss'd h't a T 4-year-ola giri Thursday night rear the inter- section of Stump Road and School Street in the town of Ska- neateles. THE DAY THEY MEET THEIR MATCH D.ck KELLY WILLMAN of Syracuse, and Lisa Weisfelner, of Long Island, react at Upstate Medical University's Institute for Human Performance after they learn they are both going to Drexei University in Philadelphia for their residency training. In local news: The match, the scramble and the envelope please. Page B-3. Schiavo case sparks life, death debate By Renee K. Gadoua Stlrf wi ier When Rabbi Charles Sherman looks at his 23-year-old son, Eyal. he's convinced it's wrong to remove Terri Schiavo's feed- ing tube. "There is a solution." he said. "Tne solution is to allow her to live." Today, after years of family arguments that ended up in Flor- ida's courts and state Legisla- ture, Schia1. o's feeding tube was scheduled to be removed. But lawmakers and lawyers in Flori- da and in Washington were working late Thursday to try to stop the removal of the tube. Without nutrition, the 41-year-old Florida woman se- verely brain damaged since 1990 is likely to die in a week or rw o. In 1986. doctors told Charles and Leah Sherman their son's prognosis was bleak. The 4-year-old boy, the third of five children, suffered a stroke during brain surgery to remove a tumor. "They said he was going to live weeks." Sherman recalled. "He's outlived five of his doc- tors. We would not give up. and he would not give up." Eyal Sherman, a quadriplegic, spent about a year in a coma and has used a feeding tube for 19 years. In 1994. he made his bar mitz- vah at the Conservative syna- gogue where his father has been spiritual leader since 1976. He graduated from Syracuse's Not- tingham High School in 1999. He is a Syracuse University stu- dent, loves sports, and is an art- DEVELOPMENTS Deadline: By court order. Terri Schiavo's feeding tube was to be removed at 1 p.m. today. The Florida House passed a bill to block the withholding of food and water from patients in a persistent vegetative state who did not leave specific instruc- tions regarding their care. The Florida Senate defeated a some- what different measure. The U.S. House and Senate passed competing bills but a compromise was unlikely. State courts and the U S. Supreme Court rejected attempts to postpone removing the tube. Story, Page A-4 McAuliffe recalls victories, defeats, history unfolding By John Marian! McAuliffe stepped down in February as Dem- ocratic national vtiih plans to hit the lecture circuit and spend more time -with his wife. Doro- thy, and their five children. Las: Syracuse na- tive McAuliffe. 48. re- flected or) some of the key- events of his 25-year politi- cal career. PJOWS, TERRY MCAU- LJFFE taiks with ivs daughters Sally, S, and Mary, 10, eariier this month at a oasketbaii game rn McLean, Vs., in whsch his son '2, was piayir.g. McAu- liffe, wno re- centiy stepped down as chair- man of the na- Osrpo- cratic Party, is booing to soend more tiftie with his children. ir Force squadron coming toCNY New York will get new drone squadron. Source: It will be at Hancock Field. By Pedro Ramirez III Staff writer Hancock Field Air National Guard Base will be home to a squadron of Predator Unmanned Aenal drones, a government of- ficial said Thursday. The offices of Sen. Wary Rodham Clinton and Goi. George Pataki announced Thurs- day that the Air Force will place a Predator squadron in New York. An unnamed federal ment official confirmed that Hancock Field in Matty dale is the base the Air Force has cho- sen. No further confirmation v. as available Thursday night. Estimates on the number ol people working in the New York unit w ere not available. Announcements in early Feb- ruary about a Predator unit bems established in Austin. Texas, said that operation could require more than 900 people when fully AIR FORCE, PAGE A-4 New plan approved for Penn Traffic Company president says judge's decision provides a new beginning. Bj BobNiedt Twice in six years, grocer The Penn Traffic Co. has rebuilt it- self through Chapter 11 bank- ruptcy protection. This time is different. When federal bankruptcy court Judge Adiai S Hard-'n signed off Thursda} on Penn Traffic's "lat- est reorganization pian. setting the stage for a second emer- gence, an entirely new company was bom. It was. created oy a team of turnaround experts ar.c insiders who reshaped Foods' oar- erst over 22 months. consid- erable bloodletting, in Lie form 01 inousanos 01 JODS. Tr.2 company; !N half its former with deeper pockets and with entirely new executive and a nsw board ot directors soon to he Hardin confirmed Penn Traf- fic's reorganization plan in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in White Plains The plan draws a sharp con-
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