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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkCountry club diners sought Onondaga county health officials still Are trying to find out what caused people at the Skaneateles country club last weekend to become ill. Kevin director of the county health depart ment s food Protection said inspectors Haven t deter mined whether the illnesses Are because of a virus or a Bac Teria. They also Don t know How the illnesses were but Are scrutinizing the cold water and ice that were served if you were at the club last and inspectors Haven t contacted you. Zimmer Man asks that you Call them at 469-5064. Were several people around Here who got sick and did t eat the restau rant manager Gary said. He would not say How Many. Zimmerman said inspectors have not concluded their work and do not know whether anyone became ill without having eaten. Ten of the 15 employees who worked at the club Between april 27 and april 30 became ill. Inspectors still Are talking with patrons. Zimmerman said 44 of the 70 patrons contacted thursday said they became ill. Rivalry at Root of fire in a gym locker Camillus school Blaze probed by Esther Gross staff writer jealousies Between groups of sixth Grade girls Are being blamed for a gym locker fire at Camillus Middle school earlier this week. Police chief t Arry Fleming said arson investigators arid the Depari ment s youth officer have been at the school for several Days questioning pupils. Fleming said youth officer Robert Larochelle also planned to Aiu and a dance at the school fonday night to make sure things stayed Cairn. Are going to go said superintendent Rudolph Rubeis. Going to continue to Moni Tor the the department has notes from different groups of pupils that refer to jealousies among Fleming said. Have several suspects who Are students at the Flem ing said. A grave matter when you intentionally Start a fire at a one gym locker was set on fire tuesday morning and another was Singh try damaged by the Rubeis said. A wooden Bench was also damaged when items from the burned locker were placed on it. No one was injured. Rubeis said the does t know whether the locker was singled out for a particular reason or How Many pupils were involved. Believe it s a very Small number that were actually involved with setting the Rubeis said. To ii believe it s but we Don t Rule out two or about 400 pupils in the sixth through eighth grades attend the 140 male and female sixth graders. Both rufa Eis and Fleming say they re St Iii trying to find out what. Is at the Root of the argument Between the groups and How Many sixth Grade girls a re involved. Parents and students have been questioned As pan of the investigation. Rube is said. Pupils have been what opened and urged to discuss it with Rubeis said. They should Contact the District if they have any he said. Have cliques that Rubeis said. It results in negative behaviour you have to get control real saturday. May 5. 1990 Syracuse Herald journal Stan metro editor 470-2265 metro Page a4 Dinah a fourth grader in the Jordan Elbridge school takes notes at a display of Model schooners built by Paul d Anel j. X photographer j. Carroll of Syracuse. Winners of the canal museum transportation Model Competition this weekend will be on View until May 20. Models illustrate Syracuse s heritage by Charles Jackson contributing writer Pete Daino has been fascinated with air planes since child Hood. He s been building Model aircraft for More than 25 years. Daino of Lyncourt entered two radio controlled Model air planes in the Erie canal museum s 1990 transportation Model show. He won the aircraft Competition in 1986. This he s entering a Green and Brown super Marine spit fire mkt and a Green and White North american p-51d Mustang. Both planes were popular during world War ii. Each plane has a five feet wingspan and a detailed cockpit displaying the instrument and control panels. Love Daino said. I think it s a healthy Enterprise that All Young people should be involved in. It s satisfying and fun. It s a healthy Pursuit and does t have to be expensive to he flies his planes on 10 acres of open Field adjacent to Cicero Airport. Daino builds planes from ply Balsa Wood and glue. It takes about months to com plete he said. The Cost of a Model varies depending on the Type of material and amount of but it can be As Low a Daino said. Daino has built 50 models in his basement at 300 Hamden drive. He s a member of the misstate Modellers of Cicero. The Model show provides area hobbyists such As Daino an Opportunity to display their trucks and air planes. Each entry must have a past or present real life counterpart. This is the fifth year of the modelling and prizes will be Given in five Best Best truck or Best air Best train and Best of show. The models will be judged on craftsmanship and authenticity. The builder of the Best Model in the show will be awarded a desk clock. Fifty models were entered. University hires Dean for school of education by sue Weibezahl Naylor staff writer Syracuse University has hired a new Dean for its school of Educa filling a Job that became vacant last june. Or. Steven t. Currently chairman of the department of educational administration at the University of Utah in Salt Lake will Start aug. 1 at us. This is the second departmental appointment made by the univer sity this week. The first was the appointment of George r. Burnam As Dean of the school of which came after the school was placed on probation by the american Assembly of collegiate schools of business. The school of manage ment had been without a Dean for nearly two years. The University still has three Dean s positions vacant in the schools of human development and said Gershon vice Chancellor for academic affairs. About 120 people were Nomin ated for Bossert s said or. David chairman of the Dean search committee and a pro Fessor in the education department. University officials narrowed the Field to then spent months reviewing candidates qualifications and conducting he said. Very pleased with our Krathwohl said. Think hell be just great. He s very concerned with children and that the Quality of schools in Syracuse develops even further than it Bossert replaces or. Philip who has served As interim Dean of the education department since june when Joan Burstyn retired. Bossert said he will spend most of the month of August getting to know peo ple in the educational Community and hearing about their needs and issues they d like to see Syracuse University a Long standing tradition of excellent pro Grams in education. I m looking Forward to the Challenge of helping the faculty think through what a school of education should be for the 21st Bossert said. Utah has about 70 faculty Mem Bers in the education Syracuse has Bossert said. He will be responsible for the fiscal and professional management of the school and its four divisions. He has a Bachelor s degree in sociology from the University of California at san Diego and a doctorate from the University of Chi Cago in the sociology of education. Said he intends to teach in addition to administering the department. Some of his past positions include teaching at the University of Michigan and director of the state policy a unit located at University of Utah that specializes in educational research. Adult students earn degrees at Empire state College adult students will be honoured sunday when the Syracuse unit of Empire state College holds its graduation recognition Celebration. Ceremony celebrates a group of highly motivated and self disciplined adult said Douglas Johnstone Dean of the North Central regional Center. Represent All walks of life skilled workers and senior citizens who have dedicated themselves to their studies and have achieved a Long cherished personal dream As Thev balanced outside obligations of family or John Stone said Johnstone and Paul executive associate to the presi Dent at Empire state College will present the awards at 2 . At the Marriott hotel. Cheryl a. President of the Syracuse a and Carol a member of the Suny alumni student association also will attend. Students who have earned associate s degrees Dolores l. Bud West Joann Anne m. Halpin. Liver Amy e. East Syra Michael baldwins Rosemary and Mary Lou Lafayette. Students who have earned Bachelor s degrees Mary Ellen Little Thomas Barbara s. Carmela Irene Degraff Damian Charles d. East Kathleen Helen Kerniski. Bald Barbara Earl Rosanne liver Dean James m. Jane f. Barbara Ernest Elizabeth Boris Celia h. Sil and Susan e Syracuse. Adult students Over age 25 com prise one half of the country s 13 million students. They represent the fastest growing segment today in higher education. Spouse of accused rapist takes the fifth by Jimo Hara staff writer in Vivian Outley gave City police two statements detail ing admissions her Boyfriend made about two including one in which a teen age nursing student was abducted from the University area. A month Outley and her Stephan married. On she invoked her fifth amendment rights More than 30 times in her husband s kidnapping and rape refusing to testify about the admissions she told police about last year. Most of the information ended up before the state supreme court jury anyway. Assistant District attorney Mary Felasco continued to ask about specific details of the statements while the reluctant 18 year old witness sat mute on the stand. Throughout questioning by Felasco and defense attorney Ste phen Lance lawyer James Resti responded that Vivian Mcmullen to answer the on fifth amendment grounds. Justice Walter Gorman assigned Resti to represent Mcm i Len s wife in court after Felasco called her to the witness stand and she refused to respond to any questions at All. Felasco later said Vivivan Mcmullen wanted to recant her original statements to but could have faced perjury charges by doing that. She refused to answer any questions related to what Mcmullen told her about the two crimes and what she told police about those admissions in her two affidavits. Her responses to other questions were so inaudible that either Resti or the court reporter repeated them so the seven women and five men on the jury could hear. Of 202 e. Colvin so is charged with first and Sec Ond degree first degree first degree attempted first degree robbery and fourth degree criminal Possession of a weapon in connection with a sept. 24 attack on an 18-year-old student from the Crouse Irving memorial Hospital school of Nurs ing. The victim was accosted in a nearby parking forced at knife Point into her car and driven to an East Side where she was raped. Mcmullen also is accused of forcing her to Telephone her parents from a service station in an attempt to extort s500 from them. The first degree kidnapping charge could Send Mcmullen to state prison for a maximum of 25 years to life. Mcmullen also is charged with first degree first degree first degree robbery and fourth degree criminal Possession of a weapon in an aug. 23 attack on a 28-year-old woman in a Field near Van Duyn school on the City s South Side. At the time of the Mcmullen was free on parole from the rape of a Counselor at Hillbrook detention Center in 1985. He was arrested several weeks after the attack on the nursing student. In her statements to police on october the Mcmullen s then Girlfriend said he admitted both victims. She also the clothing he wore on the Days both attacks. P although she admitted in Friday that she talked to a police mrs. Mcmullen said she was coerced into giving statements she would not acknowledge. On Cross examination by Cimino. She said the investigator Threa a tend to take away her child and put her in jail Vivian Mcmullen was the witness in the trial. Felasco the prosecution Case after her Testi and Cimino rested defense without calling any Nesses. Both assault victims earlier in the week. Although victim from the August attack was unable to identify the who attacked her from the nursing student positively fied Mcmullen As her assailant. The jury is slated to begin deliberations monday after closing arguments from Felasco and Cimino and Legal instruction from Gorman. Defendant returned to drug treatment program by Jim Oudara staff writer Jami Fineberg was plucked out of a Utica drug rehabilitation pro Gram thursday to be arrested by Syracuse police on a drug charge that could Send her to prison for life. About 24 hours an Onon Daga county court judge ordered the 26-year-old Fineberg released from jail and returned to the rehabilitation program. Definitely needs rehab Ilita judge William j. Burke noting he had kept Fineberg in the Public safety building jail earlier until there was an opening for her at the insight House treatment Center. She was released to the program on april 26. Fineberg is the daughter of Law yer Lewis Fineberg. And the plea bargain Deal that landed her in drug treatment has come under fire by Syracuse police. District attorney Robert Wildridge admit Ted he personally arranged the but made sure Fineberg pleaded guilty to several felony charges in the process. Fineberg pleaded guilty in february to two counts of fourth degree criminal Possession of a controlled substance and one count of second degree criminal pos session of a forged instrument the drug charges originally were felony charges carrying a maximum penalty of up to life in prison. Syracuse police were angered by the Deal because of extensive criminal record. In the last seven she has been arrested on dozens of charges primarily related to forgery and bad Check allegations which officials said mostly related to her addiction to prescription pain killers. Police obtained the warrant in the newest Case March but did not choose to file the Case against Fineberg until the same Day Burke asked whether such a warrant existed As he sentencing in the plea bargained the new Case accuses her attempted first degree criminal Possession of a controlled suit stance. I

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