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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 2005, Syracuse, New YorkA step into space Lou Buda technical senders manager for the Syracuse University physics depart ment gets ready to open the department s cosmic connection exhibit at the Milton j. Rubenstein museum of Sci ence technology in Syra Cuse. Met 1-3 the Post Standard local thursday april Appleseed offers engaging production of much ado about nothing7 re i. _. Krnea ivies Vieages 10 Ena imy Uijun n Sime Mure urn Mother Marianne Cope s beatification delayed the beatification of former Syracuse franciscan Leader Mother Marianne Cope will not take place May 15. Diocesan officials confirmed wednesday that Pope Benedict Xvi will preside at ordinations the Day the former franciscan Leader was to have been declared the woman known for her ministry to leprosy patients in Hawaii is on the path to sainthood in the roman Catholic Church. Court postpones decision on Cynthia Pugh s parole an Albany appellate court reserved decision after Legal arguments wednesday on whether convicted murderer Cynthia Pugh should be released on parole or Given a new hearing. That Means the court will take More time to review the Case. Pugh 66, is serving 20 years to life in prison for the 1983 murder of roofing company executive James Pipines. A parole Board decided last year to release Pugh but rescinded that decision after criticism from Pipines family and Onondaga county District attorney William Fitzpatrick. Liverpool incumbents get gop nod to seek election the Liverpool Village re publican caucus wednesday nominated mayor Marlene Ward and trustees Gary White and apr Roll to run for re election june 21. The positions Are two year terms. Police say sex Girlfriend stabbed Man in the a Syracuse Man was stabbed tuesday night by a former girl Friend still upset about the break up police reports said. Michael Campbell 37, of North Townsend Street told police he ran into her at a Corner Market at South Avenue and West Kennedy Street at 9 . After he reiterated that the relationship was Over she pulled out a Kitchen knife and stabbed him in the police reported. He went to grouse Hospital for treatment but would not give police the woman s name they said. List your summer events in summertime 2005 summertime the annual Tab Loid Section listing summer activities throughout the Region will be published May 25. To list your organization s summer events Call 470-2275 to request a summertime form. Or Send the details including the name and daytime phone num Ber of a Contact person prices times dates the name and address of the sponsoring Organiza Tion location a Telephone num Ber for the Public to Call for More information and a description of the event. Send your information by Fri Day to summertime Calendar the Post Standard Box 4915, Syracuse 13221, by fax to 470-2141. Or by email to . Staff reports correction due to incorrect information provided to the Post Standard an incorrect Contact phone num Ber for the Dollhouse and Minia Ture show and Sale is published today in some editions of neigh Bors. For More information about the show which will be 10 . To 4 . Sunday at Holiday inn 441 electronics Parkway Salina Call 469-4253 and ask for Marian. Admission is Mike Grogan metro editor 470-2265 anti violence Effort kicks off file Fineberg a fabulous arrives for the mtg video music awards at new York s radio City music Hall on aug. 29, 2002. Hip hop artists fabulous and Gia Bella along with local artist born ii spit will perform in Syracuse. Hip hop artists fabulous Gia Bella to help promote teens advocating nonviolence. By Maureen Nolan staff writer National hip hop artist Fabo Lous is scheduled to perform a concert May 7 at the Onondaga nation Arena. During the concert local promoter Kay Newton will pro vide information about a group called teens advocating nonviolence. Newton is the local director of the group which she said is free and open to Young people Ages 13 to 21. It pairs them with mentors who Are professionals in the arts to help the Young people develop their talents and life skills including conflict Resolution said Newton of Syracuse. She said she launched the group about eight months ago about 14 youths Are involved. The May 7 program will Start with local performers competing in a Talent search. Also on the Bill for the show Are Gia Bella a 12-year-old hip hop performer from new York City and local artist born ii spit Newton said. Fabulous last visit to Syra Cuse was for the March 2004 hip hop Summit sponsored by the Syracuse school District. Russell Simmons hip hop Summit action network brought in a number of musicians to talk to students rather than perform. Fabulous lyrics sometimes glamorize violence. Newton said she does not condone violent lyrics. I still want to reach a lot of the kids that love that Type of music. I Don t want to exclude them because those Are the ones i want to reach out to. Those Are the ones that Are out there Mak Ashley Dart contributing photographer hip hop artists of Academy live shoot a music video wednes Day in Syracuse. Artists Back Row from left David Blanding sleeve saturday j High and born ii spit crouching perform As cameraman Peter Ventresca captures the moment. Ing the wrong on a in tickets to the show Start at Onondaga nation or by calling s30 and May be purchased at the the Arena at 498-6813. Dick staff photographer working wednesday on checks to hand out to the Community Are Westvale club members from left Ken osterhout Robert Virnoche Charles Doerrier Doug Ehlinger Carl Guy and Joe Mack. Goina awl a presents by Dick Clarke staff writer t he Westvale club like an old Friend was Laid to rest wednesday. The club was founded in the mid-1940s to help bring sewers and Public water to the Westvale area. Its demise was caused by an aging member ship and a Lack of burning is sues to create new member ship. There was no funeral. No Bells and whistles. Six Board members gathered at the sol Vay Geddes Community youth Center to essentially Westvale club distributes before its demise clean out the club s Bank account. Club chairman Carl Guy said we wanted to make sure what Little Money we had left goes to a worthy Pur the club wrote checks of each to West Genesee and Westhill school districts and one to the youth Center. The left in the account will be donated to the Solvay free Library treasurer Ken osterhout said. It s said Chris Root of the Westhill guidance department. We will Issue scholarships Over the next five Paul Pelton West Genesee s assistant superintendent said his school also will Issue scholarships Over five years. It s always out standing when it comes from a group like this rather than after an unfortunate where the Money went the Westvale club made the following donations to West Genesee schools to Westhill schools to Solvay Geddes Community youth Center the remainder to Solvay free Library Pelton said. Both school officials said the scholarships would carry the Westvale club name. Leonard Pfeiffer the youth Center s director said the Money will be used for the 5chourships, Page b-2 s r Charles Doerrier think we did our bit. Nothing re Mains to be done. It just became a so Cial Joe Guy we did have no and had a Mission of in we were doing to get it s an we All in. Group. Wanted become they die there s no it s to pick up Ken osterhout we used to have Winter dances every year with about 400 peo ple. We d name a Man of the year. It is a Bob Virnoche we have some older members. They always want to know what Ever happened to the Money. Now know killer receives 25 years to life by Jim o Hara staff writer George Geddes was sentenced wednesday to me maximum penalty of 25 years to life in state prison for murdering mar Garet Peggy reome 15 years ago. But Onondaga county judge Anthony Aloi said he wished he could sentence Geddes to serve the first 14 years of that sentence in a trunk since that was where reome s remains were hidden for 14 years before being found last year. The sheer wickedness of what you have done defies description. It s truly Aloi told Geddes. Geddes 47, of Palace court North Syracuse said nothing. Defense lawyer Richard Marris said Geddes continues to insist he never intended to kill reome and that he will regret her death until he Dies. County court jurors rejected Geddes self defense and Acci dental death claims april 7 when they convicted Geddes As Geddes Page b-2 fair Haven sits pretty atop Cayuga county Dick Case neighbourhoods a who would not have settled a Village around Lovely Little Sodus Bay of Lake Ontario who could resist visiting two shops called curious Moon i cafe and Fly by night cookie co.? i fair Haven s the place the i Community that curls around the Bay where Northern Cayuga county touches Ontario in a Sev j in mile wide wedge bracketed i by Wayne county to the West i Oswego county to the East. The first settlers Farmers and fishermen arrived in 1805. In the 19th Century this was a Busy port unloading lakers filled with Coal into Railroad cars. Today it s a recreational Community according to Dave hold ride. A 30-year resident real estate agent and merchant who s i president of the fair Haven area summer Page 8-6 j

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