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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - February 10, 1991, Syracuse, New YorkC2 Syracuse Herald american sunday february 10, 1991 Nicholas photographer Ioc ramped1 Lorena Clark of Onondaga county a Luc Umi Lucrio participant in the 1991 special olym pics demonstrates her skating Steps saturday at Meachem rink. Approximately 320 athletes competed in the games. Still tops with fans Don t catch any is at this concert by Brian g. Bourke staff writer fifteen year old Susie Gertz of Watertown came to the Carrier dome saturday evening because she is As the song says crazy about a Sharp dressed i think they look really cute in those she says of guitarist Billy Gibbons and bassist Dusty Hill two thirds of Zzz top. Together with drummer Frank Beard the Only member of Zzz top without a Beard they entertained representing at least three generations of Rock Roll fans. Michael Kalinich looked cute in his Beard too even if it was fake. We were drinking at stutter s before the show and somebody gave this to said Kalinich 29, of Binghamton who had to remove his whiskers to talk. I figured it would be a Good Way to pay tribute to the boys in the band. I really dig this Southern style of Rock n Roll the Boogie despite the Success Zzz top has had with its glitzy video it was the band More than the beards which brought out the crowd saturday. I love the Way they mix their says de Fannetti 30, of Syracuse. It s that blues touch that i really the blues of Zzz top is not the Mississippi Delta blues or Urban Zzz top guitarist Billy Gibbons wails through the group s opening number at a concert saturday night Aaron photographer in the Carrier dome. The band played for about Rock fans spanning three generations. Chicago blues of the band s idols. This Milf of band from Texas May be True to its musical roots but it also recognizes the value of show Biz. Saturday s show was the blues Disneyland style. Recycler is the name of the current Zzz top album and tour and the stage set takes the theme to the maximum. A mock junk Yard was created on stage saturday Complete with replicas of crushed autos and moving magnets and compressors. Smoke pours out Sparks Fly and lasers dance on the dome roof. An hour into he act Gibbons and Hill Are apparently snatched up by a giant Crane dumped into a com Pressor and folded into piles of scrap Metal. Kicking their Way out of the wreckage their tuxedos exchanged for Matching Lavender suits the pair broke into Sharp dressed Man As a half dozen models in Short shorts halters and hard hats formed a rockette style construction Crew. I yet pretty girls fur lined guitars and explosions alone do not make a Rock n Roll show. Zzz top s music Speaks for itself. Officers arrest by Charles Miller staff writer a Man who missed his rape trial test year was arrested Friday a year after his Girlfriend was reported missing. George w. Geddes jr., 33, was taken into custody by Onondaga county sheriff s deputies and Federal marshals. He was arraigned on the out standing rape and sexual abuse charges and jailed without bail. Geddes also was charged with possessing a firearm and making a false statement. The officers arrested him at 416 s. Midler ave., where he lived with Alicia Tarbe 28. Geddes has been the subject of a missing person s probe for the past year. Margaret Peggy reome 32, was last seen feb. Her three children have not heard from her since january 1990. Deputies fear the Mattydale woman May be the victim of foul play. Geddes was to be tried october 1990 in Onondaga county court on charges he raped a 13-year-old girl on numerous occasions. He never showed up for the trial. An arrest warrant was issued on felony charges of rape sexual abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. Reome and Geddes lived together at 304a Raphael ave. Friends and neighbors reported they often fought deputies said. Geddes said they fought because he thought she was having an affair with another Man. Although detectives suspected Geddes might have had something to do with his Girlfriend s disappearance he was in jail on the rape charge when she was last seen. He was not released from jail until March 16. Deputies would not say whether he is a suspect in any foul play. Crash kills Rome Man b Lori Duffy staff Anler a 22-year-old Man was killed Early saturday when his car hit a Iree. Rolled Over several times and crashed into a Slyne Wall in the town of Floyd. Oneida county sheriffs deputies said. Brian Buna of Rabbit Road. Rome died at the scene of the Acci Dent deputies said. Deputies said Bunal was driving West on old Floyd Road at a High Rale of Speed when he lost control of i car on Black ice crossed the Casebound Lane and flew 261 feet before hitting a tree. The Impact broke the tree in half and Cal the car flying Over a driveway where it rolled several the car travelled another 150 fret and came to when it into old sons barn foundation deposes said. M. C p of Pfluf a rally at the James Geddes housing project on Onu Lff or ourruniispinks.3, Tuny Street was designed to show support for hides under a sign held by her Friend Nicole troops in the Middle East and to remember slain Perry 14, during a patriotic rally saturday. The Syracuse police investigator Wallet Howard or. Academic decathlon is brain busting workout m academic continued from Page cd april. In addition to a is and Cazeno via. Other school participating were Cincinnatus Liverpool Onondaga South Lewis. Tully West Genesee and we shill. Patricia Richards coordinator of educational programs for Onon Daga Cortland Madison boxes which sponsors the Competition said she d like to see More schools participate. But because the tests cover such a wide Range of topics it requires a commitment from a number of teachers. At a is. 20 teachers and staff help coach Ria Riley work with students. I certainly Airl do i she said Riley said the Competition gives the teen agers a sense of maturity. Team members who All wore Blue new York state academic decathlon to shirts also develop a camaraderie. They re diverse people of All Ages and Riley said. No one has All these subjects As their Best. They All feed off of each James Dixon of Cazenovia won the honors award for students with a averages and Paul Bol Ford of Liverpool won the varsity award for students with c averages. It s really a unique compete said Richards. Most com Only the Best students does your make the Grade these Are questions from last year s academic decathlon. All High school students should be Able to answer them completion organisers say. 4 1. Mca off a Nimy Mwiwa Frimitt a. Photosynthesis b. Respiration c. Gay Cotsis d. All of the above 2. Two to Uitz Yon if tar the and of world we i the economic Comto in the United storm my a. Continued Prosperity b. Inflationary c. Temporary depression d. Extreme Prosperity x Wahidi of by to Howing Toliu Xianu Weald you us to but of wow a find cart Truc turn a. Compound Microscope b. Electron Microscope c phase co frag Microscope newspapers award us scholarship journalism continued from Page cd Institute a Media studies institution affiliated with Florida s St. Petersburg times. After that i knew that is where i wanted to be. A journalist has the responsibility of conveying news to the Mckinney said. People rely on the Media for questions and in the course at the Syracuse newspapers Mckinney and other minority students recommended by their schools focused on beat reporting and writing news stories. Kisha was one of the Best Stu dents i Ever said Randy Mcmullen living editor for the Post Standard one of two teachers of the course. The thing that struck me most was that More than perhaps any other student she has newspapers in her blood. She is driven and motivated. It in t often that you find someone at this Point in their lives so focused on a Mckinney s English teacher at Fowler Muriel Connerton agreed. She has a certain maturity and integrity that goes far beyond her Connerton said. Kisha has a Talent that is quite at Fowler Mckinney is a representative of the student govern ment association academics editor of the yearbook and a member of Aswad Talibah an organization that promotes the positive self image of african americans. She is just so enthusiastic and warm and said her guidance Counselor Patricia Allen. Besides being a very Bright Viva Cious Young woman she is popular with the other students and Well respected by the fewer than 7 percent of journalists working in newspapers nation wide Are Blacks hispanics native americans or asians. Involving minority High school students in a special class at the newspaper and providing scholarships was the idea of Timothy d. Bunn executive editor of the Herald Jour american. Eight years ago Bunn proposed the program to Syracuse newspapers editor and publisher Stephen a. Rogers. Bunn found financial and moral support in Rogers and willing partners at the Syracuse City school District and Syracuse University. Each year the four City High schools identify students with an aptitude for writing. Those that choose to do so join the class at the Syracuse newspapers. From this group the University and the newspapers select one for the scholarship. Each year so far others from the class have been awarded other major scholarship packages by Syracuse University. Mckinney follows former Syra Cuse City school students Christine Coney Charles Jackson Kim Rohadfox Kayla Edwards Lee Burns Moi Khantsi Kama and Joanne Brown As Syracuse news papers scholarship winners. While at the University the scholarship winners work part time at the Syracuse newspapers during the school year and full time each summer. One of them Joanne Brown who completed her College degree last Spring is a staff writer for the Watertown daily times. The program gave me an on hands Opportunity to actually write to be around a newsroom with reporters and see How it is actually said Brown who was a member of the first High school class sponsored by the newspapers. It is a True partnership the school District the newspapers and the University helping Young people along the Way to achieve their intended said David Smith Dean of admissions and financial Aid at us. Kisha is an extraordinarily Well directed and Well prepared Young woman. Her obvious sincerity of purpose in respect to journalism she wears on the Mckinney is the daughter of Helen and George Mckinney of 462 Tallman St she has a brother Larence 13, an 8th-grader at Shea Middle school. Besides her family she credits her Church. Mount car Mel seventh Day adventist with encouraging her. Since i won they have been really supportive and want me to help other Young people in going further. I thank god for giving me the ability to briefs one killed 3 Hurt in Oswego Accident a Pennsylvania Man died saturday and three other people were injured after a truck and a car crashed head on in the Oswego county Village of Altmar. State police in Pulaski sail Brian Hoppy 21, of Hazelton died at Oswego Hospital nearly two hours after the Accident. Trooper Joseph Lamardo said he said Hoppy suffered massive internal injuries. The m. Randis 21, of Hazelton. Pa., and Thomas j. Golden 34, of Woodbury Conn. Were being evaluated in the emergency room of Lee memorial Hospital in Fulton according to a nursing supervisor. Police said they suffered minor injuries. A fourth victim Gregory m. Ronalter 25, of Walcott Conn., was in satisfactory condition at. Oswego Hospital a nursing super visor said. Ronalter broke a leg Lamardo sail Lamardo said Randis was driving South on state route 13 at 1 -35 . When he came to a a it erection with Pulaski Street he decided to turn left onto the Street forcing him to Cross the northbound Lane Randis drove his 1981 Buick into the path of a 1979 jeep wagoneer driven by Golden who was travelling North on route 13, Lamardo sail the two vehicles crashed head on. Hoppy was a passenger in the Buick and Ronalter was Riding in the jeep. Lamardo said. Lori Duffy
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