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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, April 16, 1986, Image 19

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Mr. Mosher Kirkville native Milton D. Mosher, 71, of Lestina Beach Rd., Bridgeport, died Wednes­ day, April 9. Mr. Mosher had lived in Bridgeport for 32 years. He was a chemical engineer for General Electric Co., retiring in 1974 He was a 1938 graduate of Clarkson School of Engineering Mr Mosher was a member of the Oneida Masonic Lodge and the Li\erpool Amateui Repeater Club Hv i- -uir\i\ocl !>\ two M)! T- Mtlton M O -I KM 'i< \! Cla\ atui Ion \In--|uM <>; K- ui >_r cp<;T- : ,i >i.uiL rl Hri Mar . \ i<y. \\ t -t h: • mi <>' 1 )< 1 Vv. Mi* \ \.1 ' '.IHK I ill I ' -» > : i i • i i' ! .l.i.!\ - I >• 1 , • • • t |.. .. U' (!_•• ; • • >\» .•! ' \I t • ,'Hr ' !' . . ' :>• II!. (!• I' . In 1. > 'ci <_ > I\ ••' >'i \' >ii: ' 1 1 i t [ ' ' I I 1 . ! , i ' 1 ' i ' it! I Mrs. Ballard h 'i i mi'i 1 A v t t'. i 1 1 1 1. I n' Mcl\!i 1 1 B.i 11, it : (I i c(i ^atuni.n \pril li Mr- Ballard s\a- a nicnibrr <>i the I)c\\ itt ( ommunit\ ( himli the Brock ua\ Farm Garden Club and the Corinthian Club She v\as the widow of Fre­ derick A Ballard Surviving are two sons. Ed­ ward J Ballard and William F Ballard, both of Fayetteville. and three grandsons Services were private Burial was in DeWitt Community Cemetery Fairchild and Meech DeWitt Chapel handled arrangements Contributions may be made to the DeWitt Community Church Memorial Fund Mr. Herb Karl F. Herb, 81, died Friday, April 11 at his home, 25 Burton St., Cazenovia. Mr. Herb was born in East Syracuse and had lived in Cazenovia 40 years. He was a re­ tired engineer from the New York Central Railroad and was a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Surviving are a daughter, Mabel Christina Darrow of New London, Iowa; two grandchil­ dren, seven great-grandchildren and two nieces. Obituaries Consider Updated Rules Dorothy Wishengrad Dorothy Wishengrad of 139 Alpine Dr , DeWitt, died Friday. April 1 1 at her home- Mrs Wishengrad was born in Albam and lived in DeWitt for the pa-=t six vears She was a member of the lndepe-nderu Be­ nevolent Societv in \lban\ and u :t^ a io'miet menihe' ot the ( ongi \Liat mi; Beth Xhraharr. I.uiiK in \Ih.u; Sh> l - -1) ! <. i \ eel In I v\ •• • -n' i - Bai i v W i-neiia i ad o! ' iii,e»\ I 11< ei'i I. i i \\ l-l -i ,e_:i ad i •! I .Mr >n a daughter, Estelle Freadman of Boston, Mass , two brothers Harry Ginsburgh and Morris Decker, and six grandchildren Services were held Sunday in the Independent Benevolent (Vnieterv Albany The Levine Memorial Chapel \lkinv handled arrangements ( antnhut ions nia\ be made • > tlie( arm.i: Coahtion I MO) 1 1 a-: (tern M ' ^, l'.iix »'•>_'7 ^ : .> (Ms' Evelyn A\ Shelley I \ • ! • \ 1 11 i Ie . : i siea 'i , \ \ • ' IIM HI i in. i\ ; i il.iv \ [ i I i ; >i I v i e - iv • ! i M 'Hiil iv i I ! 11 K U s<e i ' I i •si bejip a nil Nm F* 11111 • i. i i Hone in M i n o .i v. Mil bin l a I in >>! Mar\ s ( emeterv I )e\\ it I Mrs Shellev was born in Svracuse and lived in Kirk\ille for man\ vears before moving to Oneida 10 vears ago She was a \i ni.••in. i • .i Mm... Mr Sliel lev vvoi ked toi man vears for the I J t o-peril v ( o mi 1 i' !• a.si .S\ i acust Nil\- nur\ iv I n is are a daus.'h 11 • • Joan S Mallerv ofOneida ttirei grandchildren, several niece- and nephews Contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation A revision to the Manlius vil­ lage subdivision regulations that would streamline proce­ dures followed by both develop­ ers and village officials received a nod of approval April 8 from those involved Action by the Manlius Village Board to adopt the revised regu­ lations was delayed pending a referral from the Svraeuse- Onondaga Countv Planning Agencv The major changes according to losi'ph Bovvers ihanman nt tlie village pi,inning bo.it'd in c. I ude ,i breakdow n mt i MI.I .• < an.' minor subdivision an;._i. - irov a ..; t In v 1 11, e_; 1 boa> c no ' P' (i l . |s|(,I-v [II (K I - 'S • >. i < 11111 t ! i n i ! ni iii> \ •' i -. ' • 11.1. ! • i in a I. in.. . 11.11 v i - i 11 1 : 1 i s i. , , i \.. ! e ' . ) i ' II I . . planning liii.ii e die r • i . 1 . i 111 111 v 111 i' aiit 1 ! i it. '..ision Mayor Arkie Albanese ag­ reed \It will save a lot of confusion for the developer and applicant,\ he said. Current regulations require a developer to apply to the village board for subdivision approval The village then refers the prop­ osal to the planning board for an opinion After presentation «.•: the proposal to the plannin; board, the applicant must one. again appear before tii-• villae board ior ac turn 'Ihe new regulatu - ••••jur t he dev clone' on I v . ., nivar b In'-.' I in • pi a Ii ' ' • i I n ls ,- i i , ,>i • a • 11 . ni- i mipiete I • vision v. • t '.aldw j sin! I: i - i lllout ' 111 ' i! ior 1 I i. M ! iii i i i 11 anc' t>i in if roe '• I ! ions up to dale s;. I;'.\ HI asii r t o i cm and t\ .i in ini--t> It - : mi' m i.1111 e ii ' d Other Deaths imberGy The Best Backyard Fun on the Block Many Models—Many Sizes—Many Prices Dr. Hans Bauer, M.D , 88, of 811 Turtle St, Syracuse, died Thursday, April 10 Surviving locally is a son, Dr Herbert Bauer of DeWitt. Contributions may be made to Max Mainzer Memorial Found­ ation, Inc., American Jewish K.C Fraternity, in care of Self Help, 300 Park Ave. South, New York, 11010. • Angelina Costanzo Emmi of 200 Lake view Terr., Liverpool, died Wednesday, April 9 in Vero Beach, Fla. Among her sur­ vivors are a brother, William Costanzo of Fayetteville, and a sister, Lucy Garofalo of East Syracuse. • Howard P. Lukins, 80, of Green Acres Trailer Park, Weedsport, died Friday, April 11. Surviving locally is a brother, Ernest Lukins of East Syracuse Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society • Genevieve L. Wright, 84, of 1225 Grand Ave., Syracuse, died Friday, April 11. Surviving loc­ ally is a son, William J Wright of DeWitt, a daughter, Esther Jenks of Mmoa; and a foster son, Roger McCann of East Syracuse. Contributions may be made to the Nurses Fund of Van Duyn Home and Hospital. • Marjorie Meyer Pallix, 54, of 101 Maple Rd., Westvale, died Sunday, April 13. She is sur­ vived locally by a sister, Dorothy O'Leary of Manlius. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society TimberGym— the backyard playground with all the fun and excitement of a schoolyard or park. But at family prices. TimberGym. Swinging, sliding, climbing, crawling. Keeps children family centered. A delight for the most energetic child. Now on Display BUTLER FENCE CO. 422-8410 536 State Fair Blvd., Syracuse The Largest Clock Shop In Upstate New York Clock Feature Of The Month The Drop Octagon By Seth Thomas Reg. $299.00 $ SALE 149 #2358 Drop Octagon 8 Day Key Wind - German Movement . Porcelain Dial, Honey Pine Finish. 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