The Post-Standard from Syracuse, New York on September 6, 1973 · Page 6
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6' SYRACUSE POST-STANDARD, Sept. 6, H7S BOCES Begins Push For Own Facilities By LOUIS A. RAPPAPORT Many veteran school ob-TTie local Board of Coopera- servers view 1973 as an ex-tive Educational Services tremely difficult year for (BOCES) yesterday launched BOCES to pass its proposal, its drive for approval of a designed to fund two occupa-$13.9 million building and tional education centers and purchase proposal. a school for trainable men-Hie proposition comes up tally retarded pupils, for vote Nov. 15. "We must have rocks in our heads," said Irvin E. school budget voting this past Henry, BOCES head and dis- spring and through the sum-trict superintendent of mer. The oistncts are Liverpool, at six lo cal districts which are com ponent members of the Onon* and cazenovia. daga-Madison BOCES suf- But Henry insisted that fered a series of defeats in BOCES plays a role in the LaFayette, Onondaga, Mar-cellus, Fayetteviile-Manlius Fayette Sewer Work Proposed at $130,000 t of its costly rental The Citv Engineer Harry E. Fayette Street Rook confirmed yesterday he improvement that has no of its it is the fifth largest cooperative educational unit in the state. Hie bond issue is designed to provide such facilities. Local cost is estimated at $7.5 rvillKAn The project will be sub- boces board is slated being mitted to competitive mooing, to decide the length of of the City Council Monday to reconstruct a section of the Fayette trunk sewer at an estimated cost of $150,000. Rook said the proposed reconstruction of the combined sanitary and storm water sewer would be restricted to a 200-foot area east from Onondaga Creek in W. Fayette Street. The trunk line sewer is one of the longest in the city, serving the entire area from Onondaga Creek easterly to Seeley Road. It is a 33 by 60-inch brick structured sewer and it dates from 1867. Rook said the section will be replaced with a 60-inch diameter reinforced concrete pipe sewer to provide ac tional needed capacity done in most cases where re- and the cost , will be charged ^nd issue at a meeting tc- placements sary. to the ment account. Shoppingtown Man Accused Of Taking TV DeWitt police yesterday accused a city man of stealing a $349 television set from a Shoppingtown department They said they believe he had accomplices whose function was to divert attention of Charged with third degree Ti,n «n»«tiif amwintprf Htv grand larceny, a felony, was engineer also said that while Robert R. Belanger, 21, of 481 the sewer is being replaced a Midland Ave. separate sanitary line will be Police said Belanger took a j i *t, n* th« rmrtahlf* tv set. which WES pror.": mc IC"eu' " EnTi-d as a disDiav mod- Madden and T. T. Murphy, TUswffl be done to serve el, and walked rapidly from made the arrest, said the in-theTustaess Places along W. the store. vestigation will continue. Belanger pleaded innocent before Town Justice George Kimball, who set bail at $1,000 cash or $3,000 bond. A preliminary hearing was scheduled for 11 a.m. Oct. 18. Investigator R. W. Carr, who. with investigators R. R. Repairs Completed On Gity Water Line day. Indications are that BOCES, despite $2 billion in true real property valuation in its 19 member districts, will select a relatively lengthy bonding term — perhaps 25 or 30 years. Federal aid estimated at $1 million for the two occupational centers would bring the bond issue amount down to $12.9 million. The cost, in terms of its impact on local school district taxpayers, would be "pennies per $1,000" of assessed valuation, BOCES officials maintain. Based on a 30-year bond term, the payment cost a year would be about $1,020,000. The aim of the proposal, said Henry, is to "get us out of the rental business." All local BOCES facilities are rented on a year-to-year basis. Rental costs for the 337,000 square feet sought in the bond issue could run as high as $2 million a year, said Henry. Current rental costs are about $300,000 for facilities, which BOCES officials characterize as inadequate. The proposal involves three buildings on two sites. One site, on state school and near the Route 5 bypass Rains Cool County A line of thunderstorms latf night brought much needed relief from the heat wave bet caused problems for firemen, police and power company crews. Hardest hit were about 5,000 homes in the southwest section of the county. Mohawk Power Corp. said lightning struck an insulator on a switch connected to 34.5- Falls. Power was cut to 2,355 customers on a line from Cam-illus to Skaneateles. Service to more than half of the customers was restored within a few minutes of the 7:45 p.m. blackout while another 805 waited until nearly 10 p.m. for service to be restored. About 2,700 customers of New York State Electric & Gas Corp. were affected by the switch failure on the Niagara Mohawk line. A NYSE&G i the area included Otisco and the E. Lake Road area of Skaneateles. Service to half of the cus- She's City's First Woman Trash Truck Driver Mary White, 28, of 206 Ashworth Place, is in a happy moot* at the wheel of a city Bureau of Sanitation packer truck yesterday, when she became the first woman hired as a driver by the Department of iPuMic Works. She will be paid $3.39 an hour. Holder of a "Class 3" operator's license she had driven a Qentro passenger bus since October, 1969, and previously she drove a bus for the City School District. She is classed as a heavy equipment operator, the pay scale for which ranges from ?3.39 to $3.69 an hour. waited two hours, the spokes- The stoi a quarter inch of water on the parched Central New York area, according to the Mausoleum, Coffin Target of Vandals Repair of a major water line break was completed by midnight yesterday but an official of the water department urged that conservation be continued so depleted supplies could be replenished. Deputv Engineer Richard F. Kun-der said repairs to the break near a railroad overpass at 7th North Street moved along rapidly. The city was able to increase its supply of water from Lake Ontario by -tightening valves/' Only a few places in the immediate vicinity of the main break were stil affected late last night, Kunder said. The break in the pipe, a city line, was traced to a 15-foot section of the 20-inch line. It was carrying Lake Ontario water which the city has been taking in an amount of about 10 million gallons daily to bolster the Skaneateles Lake supply during the long hot spell. Use of water in the city and dis tricts supplied from the city's system has mounted to 64 million gallons a day while 90-degree heat has persisted. Of the quantity being consumed, Skaneateles has been furnishing about 58 milllion gallons daily while the city has doubled the 5 million gallons it would ordinarily take daily in an emergency from the Lake Ontario system: In this way, the city has been able to provide water to meet all needs in thehotdrvsoell. However, the break that occurred tional about 3 a.m. yesterday and the Jact high school that an inestimable quantity oi waxer flowed away until a shut-off could be made, created a sudden emergency. One city reservoir has been empty of water while undergoing repairs (and the installation of a new lining. Two others and a standpipe have been kept supplied by conduits from Skaneateles Lake and bolstered by Lake Ontario water. occupational educcation center and a DeVillo Sloan School for trainable retarded pupils. These would be new buildings. The other, based around a building in use by BOCES on a rental basis, is on a site along Thompson Road in De-Witt near Hancock Field. Henry said BOCES plans to take its campaign into locai school districts with number of sessions of types — nor mereiy uic WATERTOWN — State police were seeking Wednesday unknown persons who broke into a mausoleum and disturbed the body of an early president of the New York Central Railroad. Investigators said they had not determined why the mausoleum of Henry Keep was vandalized and his body removed from its coffin at Brookside Cemetery here. Keep died July 30, 1869, leaving an estate estimated at $5 million. Investigators said they were trying to determine whether he was buried with any valuables, but they noted that records of that type were sketchy. Keep's remains were left on the floor of the mausoleum, and the vandals tore open a passageway to reach a basement, where two other bodies were buried. Those caskets were sealed in a wall, and efforts to chisel open one of them were unsuccessful* investigators said. The bre#k-in occurred sometime over the Labor Day weekend and was discovered late Tuesday. Earlier this summer, a grave in the Herkimer County Town of Russia was opened and the body of a man was stolen. Authorities did not link the two incidents. Lightning also kept city and county firemen busy checking on struck houses, trees and utility poles. County Fire Control personnel said at least three houses apparently had been struck by lightriing, but resulting 1 fires were minor. Most of the traffic accidents . reported during the storms involved only one car, usually with driver losing control and the auto skidding into a pole, guardrail or bridge abutment. No serious injuries were reported. Temperatures dropped 12 degrees in the two-hour storm period, but the mercury still hovered around 70 degrees near midnight. Yesterday's session was ;e Thompson Road center. S Onondaga Board OKs Park Sewer District County Budget Hearing Planned A public hearing on the tentative 1974 Onondaga County budget will be at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 9 in the legislative : the County Dead In Closet in addition, because the Norm city refuses to contract with photos of ruts and noli individuals for sewage trans- the road. One, he said, portation, the district now me iengm ui uic mau, may receive consideration should it want to use city Milk Price Boost Seen The prios of a quart of fluid milk to be raised to dairy cooperatives for a price milk probably will go up 2 cents a quart as a result of a ruling yesterday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The decision clears the way for the farm price of class 1 78 hundredweight (begin ning Sunday,) an increase of 60 cents from the price ordered earlier by the department. On the petition of major Police are investigating the death of a North Side man found hanging in his bedroom closet last night. Edward Miller of 709 N. Al-vord Ave. had been dead at least a week, according to The decision was made af- Askew Trial Jurors Six Sworn In By JAMES WOOLSEY The Onondaga Town Board last night unanimously approved establishment of Uni-vesity Park Sanitary Sewer District. The district, consisting of about 40 acres, falls on the town-city boundary and includes Syracuse University Research Corp., the SU administration building and the Skytop ski lodge. ana were more vwai, uuw- increase, a usda neanng vord Ave. had been dead at rorce raa,n!» una a Pum- « « ~— - was conducted last week in least a week, according to ping station and m the dis- board heard commente about Clayton, Mo. Sgt. Harry Burns. Burns said trict, so there will be no con- the condition of Old Hom- cr,^^,c« v, o a * a u artprpd .if. .1 0™0™ti,r stmrtfinn costs, accordine to stead Roaa. oj^urc »^M- UIC WUSC Ul uraui a^aiumjr — - " 7' " tU„ airorf hv was suicide. engineer rranK spina. ^ «"cvai^w' ~ , A spokesman for the medic- The engineer said the dis- the 25 to 30 persons who afc-A^^fs lcT^Tl trict will provide a basis for tended, dealt with unsafe Hie heariig will be conducted by the Ways and Means Committee of the legislature. A public hearing on forming Agricultural District II in the Town of Lysander will be at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 19 in the chambers. two per sons, neither of whom spoke. Residents showed in force NEDCO and Dairylea cooper ative were among petitioners. feet deep and is referred to by residents as "the Grand Canyon of Old Of the 51 ( on the road, Hughes said, many are only 3 feet tall. 'Tm sure it's great for bandage manufacturers, but it isn't great for mothers," he said. He also commented on soot which sets in after a rain storm and irritates allergies. Dairylea first vice president. said the action will help avert but the a shortage of milk in the heia area. autopsy will be performed, the town to take over mainte- conditions w 1C hpina with, nance and operation of the of adeqate +her in. station and mains to assess ana aaverse enecis w Sewer Plant Funds Sought FULTON Council Tuesday ized Mayor Percy E. Patrick Jr. to apply for federal fundi for the city's primary and secondary sewage treatment plants. The council was told by the mayor that the application would ask two separate sums totaling appro: $296,000. Hie first would be 1155,000, Two women and four men were sworn in as jurors yesterday in County Court for Thieves Take Band Items Burglars yesterday took band equipment valued at the trial of Charles D. Askew, 20, formerly of E. Willow Street. Askew is charged with the rape and murder of Mrs. Judith Giannirto, 30, of 332 Orwood Place, Lyncourt, and the rape of a student nurse Thomas Greco, 19, of 213 Carbon St., a member of the Judge Albert Orenstein adjourned jury selection to 9:30 a.m. today. Then Asst. Dist. Atty. John M. Shannon and defense attorney Edmund H. RFK Memorial Drive Announced Park Sought Downtown Plans revealed yesterday indicate that Syracuse terraces, with portable furniture convenient for may boast an oasis of tranquility in the midst of ^^ffSSVt park would be an am- downtown* phitheater effect and a stairs which would ftmnd The scene was an informal gathering of local ^Mte watcr as it cascades into pools. The part businessmen and politicians, brought together by would ^ ^ on the W. Washington members of the Robert F. Kenneay Memorial rare street side and ttees ^ situated on each level turn-around points lack of a place for school DUses 10 turn annum, xuo vehicles must climb a steep incline and back into a road that is not complete, he said, plaints from bus drivers. John Hooker said if lightning were to strike a house on Old Holmstead Roadt fire trucks would have a difficult time getting there. "When it rains, it pours," Hooker said and was backed up by be for $140,000 and would be designated for use for an ad* dition to the sewage facility* The federal monies would go toward the reduction fb debts incurred by the plants* construction, Patrick said. The mayor also reported to the council that the city is waiting for $165,000 from the state for the plants. FATAL CRASH PEMBROKE, N. Y. (UPI) a, or are lost with each Wednesday in a one-car era* Asociation Inc. at WSYR television studio. George Cregg Sr., co-chairman of the $150,000 fund-raising campaign, announced that preliminary plans place the park between W. Washington and W, Fayette streets, facing S. Salina Street, on the site of the old E. W. Edwards Co. building. According to architect William H. Scarbrough, the park would combine water, shade and sun eie- Af .kA 7C nAi.nt,, %*»ciH»ttta mntile »A P»utA 9 "nillAt tlUlTtnilll SD&Pe. TIM! Da fit. ITZKZ° «£ta? ««ed tor Jury Arty, only 17 which would be' about the width of two cars and a ™* ?™ two amp"lters' wLUrtn. half block te a block deep, would consist of sweral entry to the center, at 510 Jeschke will begin question-Catherine St., was made ing prospective jurors to fill through a side door, accord- the last six seats on the pan-ing to Policeman Joseph ej CominolU. to form a canopy. A texturai quauiy wouiu do created by masonry, brick or stone on the floor and wallr, of the park. The official kickoff of the fund-raising venture will be Oct, 9 at Temple Adath Yeshurun. Cregg said the association is not looking for large corporate gifts, but "participation" from many persons. ' Bobby Kennedy was a man of the people," Cregg said. "We want this to be the kind of me* mortal that will have been created by the people, who donated it and will use it", another resident, who - Edward Stankaittt, surface residents also listed tms Genesee uounry termed "minor, nity. The they personal inconveniences." Hooker said, "The mailman has to reach across a damn ditch to put the letters in the box, and if he slips, and falls in, we won't get any more mail," Charles L. Petrie, town supervisor, said an iterim study of the conditions will be CITY OF SYRACUSE long-rang^ solutions. n 311, City HAII. Syr»CuS«, N.Y., 11302 until Septemt>*r 1*, (Wedrt**d«y) W* «t 2:30 P.M,, for G«rter*l Conitructkm of Roberts School Playground for th* Dtpt. of Parki fc Recreation - A Mpotlt of two twenty (20.M)dollarcirtHM check* m*4t payable lo the Commluiofttr of Finance is required for each Mt of (riant and Dated: August 10, 1071

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