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Ktt LlbKAiU ew Faces For imergency Crew .1.. anv differently than an Two new faces recently added to the Fayetteville Volunteer Fire Dept's Am bulanee Unit are Ann Chase and Kathv Cook, the first two women to contribute their services during the dav when most volunteers are unavailable MIKS Cook who joined the .inihularn e < rew m April, works at the h ,c vette\ tile Home Fair when her em plovers allow her to leavt to ,i nswer calls She is ,tlso on the Manhus amhulanc »• i rew with her hushand l«arrv Cook .lr i nd has alwavs wanted to be a urii 1'his v\ ,ts th» next best iing Mi. finds th» v\ork ->atis s ,ti K in.'. tb» re.u ti\f to ,. v\ .iiuti! rew m an \ er \ .., M ti\. I he\ don t tr« at in» 1 any differently than any one else,\ she says Mrs Chase, who was ap­ pointed to the fire department in June, is a wife and mother who has lived in Fayetteville most of her life. She has taught cardio­ pulmonary resuscitation at the Fayetteville fire house and saw volunteer ambulance work as an ideal opportunity to help out\ while her children attend Fayetteville elemen tarv and Wellwood schools during the day She lives with her husband and their three c hildren at '«>:_' N Manhus St . Favetteville Both women have taken the extensive Ml hour emergency medu a! te< hnieian course and have parsed th» N • w York ^t.ttt exam ALL SPORTS Pages IB - 12B Kathy Cook, emergency medical technician, checks out the equipment inside a Fayetteville ambulance Mrs Cook answers emergency calls during the day when most volunteers are unavailable 53 *»j TJ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ {«.• lEagle-IBuUetin 1 'USPS 163-6601 Neighbors Question Wednesday September 19. 1979 Vol 90-17 No 37 Second C,8SS Pos,a » e PaKi a ' N Y 13066 250 Copy Manhus neighbors of tht proposed Verheck residential development project on the former Manhus Military Academy voiced their concerns about the project at a two hour public hearing before the Manhus Town Planning Board Monday. Michael Suttom, architect for the project, and Edward Dietrich, attorney for the developer, answered questions from the group of ap proximately f>0 residents Don Cortese. H (»62 Cazenovia Hd expressed concern for the traffic problems which already exist and which, he feels, will be made worse hv the additional traffic from the new residences He felt that traffic controls and speed limits should be • - • •• »—* * Proposal Election Slates Set u.. WKMntnnp Rd . oointed out ™ • k,,f >ilon aooear on th« Whetstone Rd . pointed out that it is already difficult to enter Rt 92 from Whetstone Rd. and the addition of some 500 cars from the Verbeck development will create \a dangerous situation, ex pecially at rush hour \ Mr Dietrich responded by pointing out that traffic statis tics say that Rt 92 can handle the number of cars that will travel this route when traffic from the development is added but suggested that the homeowners in this area \keep pressure on New York State\ to install adequate traffic con trols Planning Hoard member John Greenfield suggested that the homeowners contact the New York State Dept of an d spee d limits snuuiu i>c Transportation and discuss installed a t th e development their problems and concerns access road. with the traffic engineer and Edwin L Williams, regional director in hopes of president of the Limestone- finding adequate traffic Whetstone Homeowners Assn., who lives at 4481 (Continued on Page 3) Democrats, Republicans and Conservatives plan an ac­ tive campaign for local offices, fielding candidates in Manhus, DeWitt and Pompev Tuesday was the deadline for nominating petitions, and Thursday is the final date for candidates who wish to decline Major question is whether there will he a separate independent candidate for the Manhus Town Board Election officials are still verifying the signatures on the nominating petition filed bv Wmthrop Collins of Manhus Mr Collins said he had \H signers and needed r >0H named to he of finally nominated Whether <> r not hi> independent petition is accepted, Mr Collins will have a spot on the ballot because he has been nominated by Manhus conservatives He had earlier tried to force a Republican pnmary for the Town Hoard nomination, but his petitions were ruled in valid. At the top of the Manhus ballot, it will be a race between Keith Morgan Republican and Jack Cottrell, Conser v ative for the supervisor post Democrats failed t o field a can didate For Town Board positions Democrats nominated Ronna Segal Isley, Barton K Feinberg, and I>aurence D Martel Conservative can didatcs will be hhzabeth Cadv Mr Collins, and Neill DeW 'ald Republican nnmjneea are ( ampbell J Tellman, Richard Cote and lister McDermott all incumbents For tax collector, the I )emo« rats nominated Rosemarv M Mulligan to oppose incumbent M Elowene McDermott who will he on the Republican and C-onservative lines Police Justice Franklin Josef will appear on the Republican and Conservative lines with no Democrat candidate Town Clerk Gloria Miller and Highwayighway Superintendent — i miser also appear vative line Republicans have nominated incumbents Carl Dennis and Helen M Mills Mrs Mills, who was appointed recently to fill the vacancv created hv the death of Geraldme Guynup will also appear on the Conservative line lncuml>ent Doris \ Holt will be the Republican candidate for tax collector, opposed by Manlyn Dean on the Democ rat and Conservative lines For assessor four vear term it will be a race between -John Dady. Democrat. Harold J Jenkins. Republican and Mian H Decker Conservative For the two vear assessor term Robert H Hvla Democ rat will be opposed bv Austin W Morley. Republican (onservative DeWitt Democrat Roland Bouchard has been nominated by his party to oppose Burton W Ixjwitz, Republican Conser and H ?>uperinienueiii »~ , Charles Bender are unopposed vative for position as DeWitt with both Republican and supervisor. Mr. Bouchard has been the unsuccessful Democ­ rat Candidate for the post several times, coming closest four years ago, when he lost to Royal Maxwell by only 344 votes. Democrat candidates for Town Board are John T mm- w 3 ' Conservative backing, and no Democrat candidates. Pompey Harold A. Frediani, a Democrat who previously served as Pompey supervisor — for four years, will run against McKenna, Paul Simonoff and incumbent Al Chartrand for Elena D'Arriga. Republicans supervisor. Mr. Chartrand running in the aHarge race are succeeded Mr. Frediani. Elayne O'Brien and Raymond Candidates for Town Clerk Greabell, both incumbents, will be Catherine G. Phelan and S. Barry Sherlock, the Democrat and Conservative, and incumbent Carole Guynup, Republican. John Palladino, incumbent highway superintendent has Republican and Democrat en­ dorsement. In the at-large race for Town Board positions, Ronald L. * 1-11 . . -n auu yj. . j . Republican nominated for the position being vacated by Mr Lowitz in his try for the town's top executive position. DeWitt Conservatives have endorsed Mr. Greabell, Mr Sherlock and Mr. McKenna. Veteran town justice Edward N. Schepp, who has i ^ ditchontheiniortn44* of Man •o^a-j nnaitions KonaiQ U . JMiwaru v». «~>v-\~t»*-. St ar^ Elton Brown are the the Republican and Conser- SocTat nominees. Mr. Brown, who is the Pompey posed by Peter A. Baum, Conservative chairman, will Democrat candidate. —,<»H »«iim «Mi i \ MI j r i«u..Ai *smaa

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