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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, March 27, 1985, Image 19

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FM Board Of Education Saul H. Alderman Saul H. Alderman, well- known Syracuse attorney, died Tuesday, March 19, at his home at East Genesee Pkwy., Syra­ cuse. He was 83. Mr. Alderman lived in Syra­ cuse all his life. He graduated cum laude from Syracuse Uni­ versity's College of law in 1922, and was admitted to the bar May 15, 1924. At the time of his death, he was still practicing law as senior partner of Alder­ man Law Firm, which he founded in .1930. The New York State Bar Assn. presented Mr. Alderman with the 50-year Lawyer Award in 1978. He also received the Onondaga County Bar Assn.'s Distinguished Lawyer Award in 1972. Among \his survivors are two sons, Edward B. Alderman of DeWitt, and Richard B. Alder­ man of Manlius. Services were Thursday at Temple Society of Concord, with Rabbi Theodore S. Levy, Rabbi Laurence Schlesinger and Rabbi Irwin I. Hyman officiating. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Syracuse University College of Law Library Fund. Marian H. Morgan Former Pompey resident Ma­ rian H. Morgan, 96, died Tues­ day, March 19 in Liverpool. A native of Pompey, Mrs. Morgan moved to Liverpool 20 years ago. Surviving are two daughters, Elizabeth Curtis of Liverpool and Eleanor Morgan of Mayers, Ariz ; two sons, Kenneth E. Morgan of East Syracuse and Ezra R. Morgan of Chili; four grandchildren, and three great-gra ndchi ldren. Services were Saturday in Liverpool. Spring burial will be in Pompey Hill Cemetery. Other Deaths Raymond R. Wills, 63, for­ merly of Fellows Ave., Syracuse, died March 21. A native of New York City, Mr. Wills lived in Syracuse 60 years. He retired as an engineer with the state De­ partment of Transportation. Mr. Wills served with the Army in Europe and the Pacific during World. War .Two, ancL receiyjed five combat stars and t^PWrpJe Saturday, at 4 %>v ( e ^ay ;^r- eral Home, Mahlius r ContnbUr tionamaybe^ made\ to 'the Ato .eri- c^ri i^ng^Assn. or. the American UancerSoiciety. ...^ Valerie A, Fikes, 34,, of Griffin Rd., Syracuse, died March 20. A native of Forth Monmouth) N;. J., Mrs. Fikes had lived most of her life in Syracuse. She tended bar althe^QMayJLrm, ShfeStteaded St. Mary's iUhiirch, and,was a member of tn> - WBIC Wo­ men's Bowling League, and St. James and Orchard Valley, golf leagues. Among her survivors are her parents, Mr. And Mrs. James Tuck-of. Jamesville; two sisters, Vanessa Giarrusso of Minoa and Virginia Tuck of Jamesville, and two brothers, James W. Tuck Jr. and Jeffrey Tuck, both of Jamesville. Con­ tributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Nan Kilmer, 49, of Moore Ave., Syracuse, died March 20. A native of Lansing, Mich., Miss Kilmer-vinoveds. to Syracuse in 1970; She is survived locally by a sister, Eunice Shaw of East Syracuse. Contributions may be made to.thei NationaL'Ridney Foundation or the Adult Re­ search Center at Upstate Medi­ cal Center. Fairchild and Meech DeWitt Chapel had charge of ar­ rangements. • Ernestine Vr West,'50 ofHasfc ings, died March 20. She wasthe sister of East?Syracuse resident Libby G^ldih^ait.-Mrs. West was born*hi Syracuse and-jhad. Jliarcti of SAVES* BABIES lived in Hastings 31 years. • Henry A. .Krak, 68, of Thompson Rd., North Syracuse, died March 18 at his home. He lived in the Syracuse area all his life and was a retired carpenter. He served with the Navy during World War Two. Services were Thursday at Delaney 'and GreabeU F-unei;a\. Hp,m^s, fol- The three members of the Fayetteville-Manlius Board of Education whose terms expire this year have said they will seek re-election. Nominating petitions for the candidates and any challengers must be returned to the office of the district clerk in the Mott Rd. building by 5 p.m. Monday, April 8. Graham Ritchie, 7259 Wakefield Dr., Fayetteville, president of the board; Dawn Cottrell, 7308 Jamesville Rd., Manlius, board vice president, and David Manley, 7655 Stonehedge Lane, Manlius, will seek re-election. Mr. Ritchie and Mr. Manley are completing their In The Service Pvt. James P. Coyne, son of EdithN. and William M. Coyne, 6991 Manlius Center Rd., East Syracuse, has completed basic training at Fort Jackson, S.C. He is a 1983 graduate of East Syracuse-Minoa High School. Deborah L. Teska, daughter of Verilea Mayers, 603 Dyke Rd., Chittenango, and Gordon H. Teska of Minoa, has been prom­ oted in the Air Force to the rank of staff sergeant. She is a navigation equipment specialist at Griffiss Air Force Base with the 2019th Informa­ tion Systems Squadron. 1 She is a 1975 graduate of Chit­ tenango High School. first three-year terms. Mrs. Cot­ trell has served one, three-year term and is completing the last year of a three-year term vac­ ated last year by the resignation of Robert Salisbury. Election of new board mem­ bers, a vote on the proposed 1985-86 budget, a vote to ap­ prove an appropriation for the Fayetteville and Manlius lib­ raries and a vote to authorize the purchase of two new 59- to to to passenger school buses for a sun* not to exceedr$38,707 wiltbe held from 7 a.mffco'9:p.m. May 8. in Fayetteville Elementary School. Joan Bornstein, Jama DiS- orbo, Robert Frey, Constance Gidlow, Ida Grasso and Sidney Micek will continue as member* of the FM Board of Education for another one or \two years until the expiration of their u.rms of „ office. 3 Fellowship Chapter To Meet April 6 1305 Buckley Rd. The Syracuse chapter of the Full Gospel Businessmen's Fel­ lowship International will hold its monthly breakfast at 8:30 a.m. April 6 at the Ramada Inn, Edward C. Villanova, 47„ of Stinard Ave., Syracuse, died.. March 18. A^atiy^^^w/YprJk - City, Mr. Villauoya^q^ed.to Syracuse in, 1969. ^ifterided Iona College, and was a business analyst with Carrier Corp. Ser­ vices were Friday at Our Lady* of Solace Church. Fairchild and Meech ©e Witt•' Chapel - >had charge of arrangements. Emil \Babe Amos\ Antonacci, 74, of South Alvord St., Syra­ cuse, died March 21. Mr. An­ tonacci was a former welter­ weight and middleweight 'boxer who became a fight promoter after his boxing career with his brothers, John and Sam. Among his survivors is a son, Michael of Jamesville. • Francis K. Newman, 64, of Molloy Rd., Mattydale, died March 23. Among his survivors is his father, Fred L. Newman of Minoa.. • Florence A. Johnson,. 61, jof Medford Rd., Syracuse, died March 23. Mrs. Johnson, known ast^ie \Hat Lady of-Lyhcourt,\ was. the mother of^Wendy A. Johpson of East Syracuse. Bernard \Barney\ Silverman, 82; of 'Lorraine Ave., Syracuse, died March 14. Among his sur­ vivors is a son, Herbert A. of Fayetteville, and a granddaugh­ ter, Nancy L. Silverman of Fayetteville. - Marie L. Herzog, 81,- of Wadsworth St., Syracuse, died March 14. Surviving locally is a sister, Lu Zirbel of Jamesville. Willy F. Kraft of Carbon St., Syracuse, died March 15 at his home, Among his survivors is,& son, Robert of DeWitt. to S For further information or re- ~ m servations, contact Dave Wig- » gins, 469-7449. f 00 e _1L FULL SERVICE SALON PERFECTION IN TOTAL HAJR CARE FOR MEN AND WOMEN Just in time for Spring ... Permanent Wave Special vy/cut by appointment, with Robin & Theresa ohly^; )%Qff We also proudly welcome • Donna Fellows & Suzan McGraw 315 E. Fayette St. Manlius Mart / Hours: Mon.9-l,Tues. & Wed. 9-7,Thurs. &Fri.9-8,Sat.9-4 ,7\ 5\ ' V This year, ^ THE POMPEY CLUB WHY? To play one of the area's top golf courses. . Tp have the advantage of an excellent Pro To enjoy fun,tournaments To swim in an Olympic size pool \; To enjoy exciting intra^club swim activities: To eat fine food at reasonable prices K To be proud when you bring guests Circle one of these reasonable rates . . 1985 SCHEDULE OF RATES - SEASON'S PASS * CLASS A „ WZ' 1 Family Golf, Swim & Socia l Golf & Social SWi m & ~ Social Social Only a Age 3 5 & oye r Includes spouse & childre n under 21 unm'a'rried & still dependents., b. Age,30to34 Includes spo'Use;'& children under 21 unmarried & still dependents' c Under ag e 30 Includes spouse & childre n iS 970 79 5 720 V S : 825 '' ^650 575 - S290. » 290 S50 ,50 I 50 2. Slpgle a. Age 3 5 & over, b.' 'Age 30 to 34 _ CL . >^ge 25.to : 2a. *d r Age^^undfer e Age 18 & under 675 57 5 ' 500 350 600 500 425 27 5 i .150 \ '-'150 150- 150 100 , 50 -.5 0 -50, 50 ,; 3. Senior t a. Family.'age 65 & over includes spouse b Single age 65 & ove r 690 525 545' 450 290 - 150 50 ' . .safe. 4. Executive 1195 1050 290 50-•. •NO SALES TAX Than k you Name •• \ . Address Phnnp ' . . . —i\ - > . • > and mail to Judith Le^r^H^chatidgerKat: \ v JamesyUlf^^i''3678 Pnoher67<7&079 .

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