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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, April 17, 1985, Image 2

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There are signs to warn motorists of the possibility of deer crossing the highway, so why not signs for ducks? This marker has been spotted on the Fayetteville- Manlius Rd, Photo/Graham L. Johnson. Shown with the new advanced life support ambulance for the Minoa Fire Depart­ ment are: David Van Marter, fire department member; chief; Henry Goldner, presi­ dent of Fremont Lions Club; George Hollenbeck and Glenn Swanson of Fremont Lions Club, and Bob Wolf and Ray Klocek, Minoa Lions Club. A New Ambulance In Minoa National Secretaries Week April 22-26 Take-a-Break Bouquet S 12.S0-M5. Area-wide delivery. Whistlestop Florist 628* I'nmoni Rd . I Ssr.ui.sc. 656-2236 A new advanced life support ambulance has been purchased for the Minoa Fire Department through the efforts of Operation HeartBeat III Begun as a joint effort of the Fremont and Minoa Lions Clubs and the fire department, the EARLIE BIRDIE HALF PRICE SPECIAL Lobster Surf n Turf. Prime Ribs. King Crab. Veal Oscar BBQ Ribs. Gourmet Burgers and on and on.. Including Coco s all-you- can eat Garden Carousel J Salad Bar \~ ~\*~ Mon-Thur 4:30 6 PM Choose any dinner and pay only half price when purchasing another of equal or greater value pstx valid w«h Oinr A Mate oth*« coupons ot ipeoah A very vrry unique 3180 Eite Blvd. Dewttt 445 2757 Bwighamton Syracuie Albany Rochester and King of Prussia Fremont's Easter Bunny sales accounted for most of its $7,500 donation, while Minoa's came from the Gerald Stanton Fund, established primarily for the purchase The rest of the cost came from a special fund set up to update and maintain the ALS equipment A fire department spokesman said \This was a demonstrator vehicle that was offered to us. It allowed us to acquire a top-of- the line vehicle at a significant discount.\ Richard Martin, fire depart­ ment vice president, stated that \It was an economic decision. We felt that the savings provided by purchasing this vehicle were too good to pass up. However, we are fund drive also benefited from contributions by the two Lions clubs since the last Heartbeat drive in 1979 hoping that through continuing donations we can restore our ALS fund \ Bob Carhart, an Operation HeartBeat committee member, added that Fremont Lions Club members Glen Swanson and George Hollenbeck and Minoa Lions Club members Robert Wolf, Ray Klocek, and Joseph Ciancaghni were instrumental in the success of Operation HeartBeat III \I think the drive's success is 41 direct reflection of their efforts. They have assured fiye depart­ ment representatives, Brian Regan, Al Tompkins, and my­ self, that the two clubs are al­ ready raising money for Opra- tion HeartBeat IV,\ he said START YOUR SPRING REDECORATING WITH SAVINGS! B.B.L CONSTRUCTORS, INC. 5017 HOPKINS ROAD LIVERPOOL, NEW YORK 13088 ASPHALT PAVING r • Driveways j JCJR| Parking Lots I ^0 • Resurface & Repair j LIMIT I PER CUSTOMER ! ! - EXPIRES 5-15-85 ' o.f\n/ WINE STARTER SAVE OU U /0 RACKS ADD-ON Now $55 Now $39 SAVE 35% WHITE VINYL VENEER BOOKCASES ' Now $ 49 SAVE 40% CHROME WIRE (padded) DINING CHAIRS Now $ 49 SAVE 50% OUR FAMOUS E-Z BACK CHAIR Now $ 50 SAVE 35% 100% Nylon High Density Foam Now $OC FLIP CHAIRS (make up as a single bed too!) 9 Asphalt Sealer 451-3515 Member of Better Business Bureau ...even for. folks with more taste than money tOCALL Y.-dJNNED & OPERATED • SEE OUR ADS IN NY. TIMES WEEKLY 2910 ERIE BLVD. EAST 446*3773 M-T-W: 10-6; Th. & F. 10 to 8; Sat 10 to 5:30. Maple Lawn of Manlius (BOARDING HOME) 215 Pleasant Street, Manlius Retired? Living alone? Tired of cooking and eating out? Laundry and housekeeping a problem? Why not live at Maple Lawn, \an old-fashioned\ boarding home for singles or couples, desiring good food, congenial companionship, private or semi-private rooms in secure surroundings with fully automatic fire safety protection and off street parking at very reasonable rates. Phone 682-6822 or 682-6461.

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