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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - May 27, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkO men ran 111. No. 5.719 May the Post Stan Dard the Hitatt company final edition irs prices can differ 000 for typical Funera by James t. Mulder staff writer Donna Buffington in Syracuse. She found Nicholas photographer visits the grave of her Mother. Mildred at Woodlawn cemetery the funeral much More expensive than she had expected. Like most Donna Buffington of North Syracuse did t shop around when it came time to arrange her Mother s funeral. Her Mother died of cancer last december. The funeral Cost about almost More than Buffington expected a lot of Buffington says. Kills you is the casket. It costs a had Buffington checked prices at other funeral she could have saved a bundle. That s because the Cost of the same funeral can differ by As much As in Onondaga depending on the funeral Home selected. Wide variations funeral. Page a12 summer s movies from to Warren Beatty s stars Magazine previews All the summer films. Stars Magazine Here comes the Sun but there will be some Clouds too. Bullish on winning Michael Jordan and his Chicago teammates Roar Back in the Aba playoffs. Coaster plunges pm into summer by Brian g. Bourke staff writer Darien Center they Call it it s the moment your body no longer is supported by the seat. With any kind of the two catch up with each other at the Bottom of the Hill. On the new predator roller coaster at Darien Lake amuse ment the first fall is a lung collapsing 87-foot dive at More than 50 Miles an hour. Before the screams there s another almost As tall As the first. And another. Free fall times three. Three half circles pin riders to either Side of the cars. A Cou ple of twists and More Hills Fol Low. There s a Beautiful View of the Lake Don t you la miss it a final Iso degree and it s Over. Two minutes in All. Possibly the most pulse pounding two minutes in new York state by mid afternoon opening Day for the there was a 30-minute wait for the ride that can accommodate thrill seekers an hour. The s2.5 99-foot-Tail monster is the state s largest Page a10 on the inside i a dim forecast kept the crowd at about half the Normal size for Green lakes state Park s opening but Early Sun buoyed c1 i some veterans resent the korean tag c2 i memorial Day parades Are planned All around Onondaga c5 Richard opening Day thrill seekers prepare for a momentary feel ing of on the new predator Roler coaster s big Hill. Boater in crash companion killed at thousand islands by Barbara Stith and Jon Craig staff writers Alexandria Bay state police searched the Choppy St. Lawrence River saturday for the body of an electrician from the town of Salina. Arthur j. Warren missing and presumed had been Riding in a Powerboat named the eyeopener. The boat was demolished As it sped full throttle into an eight ton Channel killing Maribeth Senecal a town of Clay Model Caruso killed Warren and bartender. Missing two other Clay residents were injured. None of the four people in the boat wore life though they had them on police said. Police Are trying to determine whether alcohol contributed to the but it was Caruso c6 apparent the boat was going fast. Was t a lot left of that said coast guard Boatswain s mate Ross Bissell. Lucky there s two people added an Alexandria Bay Volunteer firefighter who helped in the Rescue. A red Light on Marker no. 202 flashes on for a then off for a second. The boaters failed to heed it As they cruised toward the Southwest in their 22-foot fibreglass vessel. The boat smashed to pieces about . Satur Day As it struck the Marker in a lower portion of the Chan Nel just West of Alexandria Bay. The survivors boat owner Gene a. 27. Also of 8242 honeysuckle and Marlene a. Of 5007 Platinum drive. Clay were clinging to the Bow of the boat when coast guard rescuers arrived. Page a3 by says Well sue billion would repay loan made at Valley forge in 1777 new York times news service san Texas More than 200 years a wealthy Pennsylvania merchant named Jacob Dehaven Lent to the Continental Congress to Rescue Gen. George Washington s troops at Valley forge in 1777. The loan apparently never was repaid. Dehaven died penniless in 1812. So Dehaven s descendants Are taking the . Government to court to collect what they believe they Are owed. The s141.6 billion in 1990 dollars if the interest is compounded daily at 6 the going rate at the time. If com pounded the Bill is Only billion. The thousands of family Mem Bers scattered around the country say they Are not being greedy. Not the Money it s the principle of the said Carolyn Coker a Dehaven on her father s Side who lives in san Antonio. Have to wonder whether there would even be a United slates if this Man had not made the sacrifice that he she said. Gave everything he the Federal government on the other says the Money is very much the Issue spokesmen for the departments of Justice and the Treasury said they could not comment on the Case because it is in litigation. In a . Claims court judge in Washington ruled the stat of expired at least a Century ago. This week an Appeal was filed on behalf of the family with the . Court of appeals for the District of Columbia questioning the constitutionality of the ruling. A Treasury spokes Man Well take it but they Ain t going to win. You can t believe for a minute that anyone is going to get that kind of one win Al Elf a i Marion Gaida of h we i Dewitt lets Syra Cuse University s latest Lacrosse North know she thinks the Orange will win the next too. After Knock ing the tar out of the heels on saturday 21-10 the orangemen will play Loyola Maryland on monday at Rutgers stadium in for what would be their third straight Mcaa championship. Gary gait scored five goals for us against North goalie Matt Palumb had 22 saves and the no. Undefeated Orange s Victory margin nearly reached its average of 12 goals against the nation s no. 4 team. E1 Phoso Grantier customer 470-0050

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