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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkNew Law would restrict Access at malls by Jon Craig a propose s ate dec ares Large sheep re 0.1 e e areas d a Coj a restrict t re r use pc c put c a the soc he of Cis in great a the mails or eerie or re and me use of instruments u of of rhe b the would not discriminate based on political or Deli cd Ca co in the pc j e the z. T a b designate 25 Percer. Be r in is a i is g. Spokes11 for Syracuse me in Zirner. A pushing for defeat of the by l so a Ore pre Cise Law can rapid cd it a Democrat. Ire has too Many on Falls that Sei it up for a the Orosi glaring son Saiq. Is that the b docs not take Mio account that Orosi of s recede Simc of g in the form of Public sen Ces As read a Ard a or tax Breaks or Low from both the galleries of Syracuse downtown and s200 v on Carousel Center org a. Ai 0.1 have beefed pal c no deals. The Bill was written d 3n.c-. Aro co Sporis urea six Ortr asset Nelv men it is to go to the full As Serrah for a although ire has i been postponed once Veldran s Bill Okcu d give Rall of Auer the of re w to he d exp oils and pre tests in it def shooting centers As i in at least 10 stores 100 000 Square feel nails would be affected they e Ai least 20 stores spanning Square feet traditional of burrs for such so ech up Otic str Xis and to an squares been retraced by Large shopping centers n s Bim Sav s saturday. March 1990 Syracuse Herald journal two nabbed in Coin thefts Manlius police officer Kevin Barry was ing Down cos Tello Parkway Friday when he not ced a car swerve across the Elbow line t the or a As so the car instead of a Drunken arising arrest. Barry Enaena up charging two men w in Stu Frorer new boxes. Bam no1 cod a a r of Bolt at a a of cars a the rear seat of the car stones of ire dryer and passenger d in i a d breaking into three newspaper in Manilla my Tanner 20 of Aid an t of 2783 Perry Vine Road. in Vivere changed w i h one corf of criminal of b s tools i tee counts each of put a a i degree chef Tanner was charged with third degree . Stan Elmhorst. Metro de Tor 470-2265 metro buckling Balsa Bridges by Dawnne Kingsbury contributing writer the inst Ron fatigue a hulking beast of hydraulics and groaned As it bore Down on the tiny Balsam Wood Bridge the built by three Rochester area High school Stu took 20 hours to make in a moment it would be destroyed before their eyes. Inst Ron moaned. Its Piston moved slowly toward the Model Bridge. Around the other Stu dents watched. As the machine bore Down on the the Wood buckled. It then it snapped. The students cheered. None of the Bridges built by 21 teams of students survived inst Ron. The machine crushed them but that was the Point it was a Competition for Bud Ding engineers. They spent the past several Days building Bridges from Balsam Wood to see whose Bridge could withstand the most weight. The Competition was staged at the state University of new York College of environmental science and forestry. It was organized by est student Edward president of the school s student construction association. Craftsmanship is num Ber said Jim an advanced architecture teacher at South Jefferson High school in Jefferson county. In he Long straight pieces of Wood with Little support were bad As were straight trusses. Seem to be doing bet he said the construction association invited High schools and colleges within a two hour radius of Syracuse to participate. Young said responding were 21 teams from six High schools each team had one to three students. The Bridges All had to meet specifications set by the association. Dimensions were precisely and the Bridge could not be treated or painted in any Way. The strength of each Bridge was determined by dividing the amount of weight it supported by its own weight the winning constructed of is by is Inch Balsa by three students from Allen Dale Columbia High school in was created with the help of a computer. On the photographer second place Winner Ira Cook of South Jefferson High school shows off his Bridge to his Jim and his Frank a civil Engineer. Cook won from the student construction association at the College of environmental science and forestry. It came up with a High Reading of 494.5 team member Richard Ham a said he created a computer program to test Vari Ous designs. Hahn and his team s Bridge was less conventional than some of the other entries. One entrant described it As a due to its Sharp Angle of incline. The winning team received a certificate and the second prize Winner was Ike Cook from South Jefferson High school. He received third prize went to Frank Duver of Fulton City High who won this was the first contest of its kind said Rafaat m. Hus associate professor of Wood products engineering at est. Hope this will give students an Opportunity to apply what they be Learned in their Hussein said. Wick m de Shanshan of Syracuse danced with a d i cd properly attired Syracuse University Orange Friday at the St. Patrick s Day kick off Celebration. The pair were among dozens who attended gaelic gala at the galleries of Syracuse featuring music and boxing. Syracuse police cutting phone Bill by the Syracuse police depart Mentis doing what Many Consumers would like to do on a much grander scale. Thanks to an elaborate new Tele phone system that comes with a whole set of Nev. Phone the department expects to reduce its phone Bill by More than a year. Beginning at 8 . All the department s Telephone num Bers will change. In an callers who accidentally use the old number will be transferred to a dispatcher. The new system is costing the City and is expected to reduce the annual phone Bill from to less than new wiring will be purchased do the eliminating costly rental fees the department also will have greater flexibility in Telephone trunking allowing the trunk to be adjusted depending on the Load of incoming or outgoing Calls Syracuse police use these numbers after 8 . Emergency 442-5111 hearing impaired 442-5136 non emergency 442-5140 is expected to reduce costs. There will be a feature that routes outgoing Long distance Calls through the least expensive path. All the some dating Back to the will be replaced with touch tone phones non emergency callers who to be put on hold will hear one of the Standard features of the new system despite the jury convicts Man facing life in prison in drug conspiracy Case by Jimo Kara staff writer despite tainted a jury convicted Leonardo Nunez Friday of participating in the Sale of 2.2 pounds of cocaine to an undercover officer last year after the the jury fore Man said the fact the cocaine involved in the Case was tampered with did not play a role in the deliberations. Assistant District attorney Robert Mascari had conceded the cocaine contained in an evidence bag apparently is not the same cocaine a state police chemist tested last april 21. That chemist dropped a Bombshell in the court room earlier Friday when he Testi fied the cocaine in the bag is about 10 percent while the drugs tested last year were about 50 per cent pure. State police and prosecutors Are investigating the incident and the tampering with a second kilo of cocaine used As evidence in a related Case last week. The jury of seven men and five women deliberated about 90 minutes before finding the Nunez guilty of first degree criminal Sale of a controlled substance. Of now faces a Maxi mum penalty of 25 years to life in state prison county court judge Patrick j. Cunningham scheduled sentencing for March 30. Defense attorney James Mcginty had argued the evidence presented by Mascari simply did not support the charge against Nunez. Mcginty asked the jury to con Sider the fact state police surveil Lance investigators said Nunez brought the package of cocaine to the East Genesee Street residence where the Sale occurred. But Frieda a co defendant who has been promised lifetime probation for cooperating with the testified she and another Man brought the cocaine to the Sale location. Mcginty said the problem with the evidence tampering will be brought up when he makes Post trial motions before sentencing. Nunez is the third defendant convicted in As Many weeks in a series of Small trials that spun off of a larger five defendant trial that originally was started in the Case. The five defendants Are accused of participating in a conspiracy to Dis tribute cocaine to the Syracuse area Over a period of several months last year. The alleged drug ring was Bro Ken up april 30 when investigators staged a buy bust following the Sale of another kilogram of cocaine outside a town of Clay restaurant. Lawmakers hire another person by Don Cazentre staff writer estimates on the Cost of a new Onondaga county jail differ by Mil Lions of dollars a million convention Center project stalls Over complicated debt restructuring deals. Welfare systems and sewer sys tems need constant attention what s a county legislator to do in the face of All if your answer is to put a new staffer on the Public then you re thinking like legislature chairman William Sanford. A Salina wants to add the aide As part of reshuffling the legislature s exist ing seven member staff the Job Sanford has in mind would pay a year to Start the aide would help the 24 Law makers research and Analyse Sanford said. Two staffers already perform similar duties. County executive has All those resources to come up with a lot of information that he throws at us to Deal Sanford said. Supposed to be the checks and but we Haven t really had the resources to do Sanford the debate Over a new county jail in which county executive Nicholas Pirro s staff and consultants issued Mounds of reports arid drafted dozens of Casl estimates and comparisons is a Good Case in Point. Some legislators including Sanford have said they re not sure All the executive s numbers Are Nghil had our staff running around on this one and we still Don t know All there is to Sanford said. Certainly would have helped to have another per son out there to help the new position was approved by the legislature s personnel committee Friday. All members except Clarence voted in favor. Dunham abstained. Don t mind adding the but i Don t think one person s going to make that much Dunham said Are sometimes caught off guard on and there should be checks and balances. Maybe we need More than Dunham said the legislature s democratic caucus has discussed the idea of having a staffer work strictly for but that idea has never been pushed. Are the so naturally they re going to take up most of the staff Dunham said. Love to see us have our own staff to combat Only two of the current legis lature Richard Jahnke and Thomas do research and is sue analyses for lawmakers. The new staffer would do similar work under s the director of legislative budget would direct the work of Dydyk and the new but would not get a boost in pay. Jahnke now makes a year and Dydyk makes work of legislative counsel John who is paid a year for the part time Job of providing Legal advice to lawmakers and helping draft resolutions the legislature staff also includes legislature clerk Nancy who is paid Deputy clerk Cynthia paid assistant clerk Deborah paid and Secre tary Susan paid

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