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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, September 10, 1986, Image 3

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Motorcyclist Dies Question Pool Tactics CD © CO A 15 year old Chittenango rial Hospital by EAVES, where youth died following a motorcy- he died about 24 hours later. cle accident early Saturday morning on Bridge St. in East Syracuse. Dereck S. Muir of 132 Wood- gate Rd., Chittenango was rid­ ing eastbound on Bridge St. after leaving Rt. 690 about 2:18 a.m., Saturday, September 6, when the motorcycle he was rid­ ing struck the curb on the left side of the road. He became separated from the bike and struck the guardrail. He was taken to C rouse Irving Memo- Mr. Muir was operating the motorcycle illegally, according to East Syracuse police, because he did not have an operator's permit, and did not have the owner's permission to use the^t motorcycle. His companion, 16 year old Robert Newman, of the same address, was ticketed by East Syracuse Police with unlicensed operation and permitting un­ licensed operation. Officer Ed- mond Costello investigated. Driver Killed When Car Strikes Pole An East Syracuse man suf­ fered a heart attack and died in a one-car accident early Friday September 5. Robert A. Franklin, 62, of 306 Fremont Rd. was driving west on Rt. 290 at 5:17 a.m. when he suffered the heart attack, drove over into the eastbound lane, then drifted back into his own lane and off the south shoulder of the'road into a utility pole be­ tween Fremont Bowling Lanes and Puffy's Restaurant. A police officer from Manlius and one from DeWitt who were in Puffy's Restaurant heard the crash, ran to investigate and began CPR immediately. Mr. Franklin was taken to Upstate Medical Center by Minoa ambulance personnel where he was pronounced dead on arrival. An investigation was con­ ducted by the Town of Manlius Police Dept., the Onondaga Major Felony Unit Accident In­ vestigation Team and the Onon­ daga County Medical Examiner's Office. No skid marks were found at the scene. According to the Manlius police, Mr. Franklin was appa­ rently on his way to work for an area taxi company. In Serious Condition Three members of a Wil- hamstown family injured in an August 19 accident near Green Lakes State Park left the hospi­ tal and returned home, but re­ main in serious condition. Two people, including Ruth Fuchs of Williamstown, wife and mother of the injured, and Pamela Braund, 18, of Fayet- teville, were killed in the two- car crash on Rt. 5 near George Taylor Rd. According to information re­ ceived from Patricia L. Sasen- bury of East Syracuse; a friend of the Fuchs family, Michael Fuchs, 14, who received a bro­ ken arm, was released August 22 from Upstate Medical Center. Peter Fuchs, eight, who was also treated at Upstate, received a fractured vertebrae and is in a body cast. He and his father, Lawrence, who was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital for inter­ nal injuries and a crushed foot,\ were released August 26 and taken by ambulance to Sisters of Charity Hospital in Buffalo for further medical treatment. The three are at home now, according to Mrs. Sasenbury, where they are being cared for by a relative. Michael has been able to return to school. Peter, who is suffering \horrible nightmares,\ is expected to re­ main in his body cast for three to six months. Mr. Fuchs was re­ leased from the Buffalo hospital to be with his sons while he waits for an infection in his foot to clear before surgery is at­ tempted. \He is a sheet metal worker and is not sure if he will be able to return to his job,\ Mrs. Sasen­ bury said. The funeral for Ruth Fuchs was held Saturday, August 30. Discover A New World Of Fashion . . Opening Saturday, Sept. 20th COUGHLIN'S FOR MEN 205 Brooklea Drive, Fayetteville, N .Y. The issue of how and when school district issues may be publicized during the school day and in school buildings was raised at the Fayetteville- Manlius School Board meeting Monday, September 8. Just two days prior to the vot­ ing on whether to build a pool or not, members of the Citizens for Education group, which has op­ posed the pool, said they felt the \position of neutrality\ taken by the board of education has been violated within the school build­ ings and during school time. Nancy Sanders, speaking fo the Citizens group, reported tha an Eagle Hill teacher had urged his pupils to have parents vote \yes\ so that the pool would be finished by the time they (the pupils) got to high school. In addition, it was noted that the principal of the Enders Rd. Elementary School allowed stu­ dents to distribute \yes\ buttons in a classroom. Philip Martin, FM school superintendent, reported that the teacher had been asked to refrain from allowing distribu­ tion of the buttons in classrooms. However he noted it was permis­ sible to distribute campaign lit­ erature in non-classroom set­ tings such as the cafeteria and playground. Frank Heath, a former member of the FM School Board, pointed out that it might be pru­ dent to re-examine the board's policies toward.partisan ac­ tivities. In another part of the pool issue, Janet Oley predicted that FM district residents have be­ come more aware of the school through the pool publicity, and she said that she hoped the vote will be decisive, one way or the other. However, she noted that after the voting is over the commun­ ity will have to work together again, no matter what the out­ come. \If we don't work to­ gether,\ Mrs. Oley said, \it will not be the yes or no voters who lose, or the non-voters, but in­ stead our children who will be the losers.\ Tax Bills Late CO © •o (D 3 Tax bills for property owners the Fayetteville-Manlius school district will go in the mail this week, delayed because the equalization rate set by the state for the Town of Cazenovia was not ready until September 5. Bills have usually been mailed about Labor Day. A small part of the FM district is in the Town of Cazenovia. The delay will mean that Fayetteville-Manlius school dis­ trict taxpayers in the Town of Manlius have until October 10 to pay without penalty ac­ cording to Joanne Cunningham, town tax receiver who collects for the FM district. Property owners in the East Syracuse-Minoa and Jamesville-DeWitt parts of the Town of Manlius, who received their bills last week, will have until October 8 to pay without penalty. The FM tax rate has been set at $14.34; ESM at $15.05; JD at $15.91 and Chittenango at $13.47 per $1,000 assessed val­ uation. Property in the Town of Manlius is assessed at full mar­ ket value with an annual up­ date. There are about 11,000 par­ cels of property in the town. Many residents will not receive their bills directly because they are sent to the mortgage-holding institution and paid from an es­ crow account. CO oo <n m 0) (O rET 00 c 3\ »-» 3* indfield Designs, Inc. handcrafted wood. Silk screen-painted mini-village collection. Banks, candy box and recipe box. leisure gifl-browsing ^for those.you Jove.. Moa-fidL.9-5 419 East Cencsoc <Stoxt FayeUevillc 076639 Holland. America Line Caribbean Cruises (f?HE TRAVEL BUGy) 206 E. Seneca St. Manlius 682-8747 LATE SUMMER SALE • WINE PRICES GOOD THRU MONDAY, SEPT. 15 • SPIRIT PRICES GOOD ALL MONTH • WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES JOHNNIE WALKER RED LABEL SCOTCH 1.75 Liter S 21 .45 Mail-in Rebate 5.00 NET COST $ 16.45 HARVEY'S . TAYLOR BRISTOL CREAMI SHERRY ICHAMPAGNE SR75 %3 750 ML $429 *t 751] 750 ML BLACK VELVET CANADIAN Liter $ 9.80 Mail-in Rebate 2.00 NET COST S 7.80 TAYLOR ALIFORNIA CELLARS ROSE 3 Liter! New Size! BELL'AGIOI BIANCO $K85 %M 3 Liter IRISH MIST LIQUEUR 750 ML $ 16.96 Mail-in Rebate 5.00 NET COST $ 1 1.96 New! CELTIC IRISH VODKA 750 ML $ 11.49 Mail-in Rebate 3.00 NET COST $ 8.49 \ -A HAM v nau 4v*» 3 GALLO HEARTY BURGUNDY $458 Liter 1 AUGUST SEBASTIANI COUNTRY CHARDONNAY $A49 *t 1.51 fiR2-fifi77 \ 682-6677 independently owned and operated Liter Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 10 p.m. Fri. and Sat. 330 Fayette St., Manlius opposite Manljus Mart

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