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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, June 25, 1986, Image 2

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Seeks Fourth Term Congressman George C. Wortley has announced he will run for a fourth term in the House of Representatives. Mr. Wortley, who was first elected to Congress in 1980, rep­ resents the 27th District, which is made up of all of Onondaga County and most of Madison County. His campaign headquarters will be in the Trolley Crossing office park on Rt. 92 east of Man- lius village. Jeff L. Taylor is his campaign manager. In making his official re­ election announcement June 16, Mr. Wortley stressed his ac­ complishments and achieve­ ments in Washington, D.C., dur­ ing the last six years that have benefited his constituents. He cited several examples of federal funds being allocated for pro- To Receive Flag Camp Goodwill is this year's recipient of an American flag given annually by the Fayet- teville chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The chapter gives a flag each year to a worthy local organiza­ tion Camp Goodwill is operated by the Easter Seal Society for hand­ icapped children and adults. It is specially designed for people with orthopedic handicaps and operates on 70 acres near Chit- tenango Falls About 350 chil­ dren and adults will attend Camp Goodwill this season. A family weekend was held at the facility recently for children with spina bifida jects in Onondaga and Madison counties, including the clean-up . of Otisco Lake, extending sanit­ ary sewers to the Trush indiist--. rial park in the Town of Nelson,, and job training and job place­ ment. \Strong committed leadership — that's what the people of the 27th District need and for the last five-and-a-half years that's exactly what Fve given them,\ Mr. Wortley said, emphasizing the need for continued \straight talk, hard work and results.\ The Republican congressman serves on the Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, and Stan­ dards of Official Conduct com­ mittees, as well as the Select Committee on Aging. His Democratic opponent is Rosemary S. Pooler. The Public Service Commissioner an­ nounced her candidacy in April. Until Mr. Wortley's election to the House of Representatives, he was the chief executive officer of the printing concern that owns seven weekly newspapers, in­ cluding this one, and handles commercial printing. He re­ mains active in the firm. Before being elected to Con­ gress, he was a presidential ap­ pointee to the National Com­ mission on Historical Publica­ tions and Records Mr. Wortley's local civic and community activities have in­ cluded Boy Scouts, American Heart Assn., Fayetteville Senior Citizens Housing Commission, Crouse-Irving Memorial Hospi­ tal Foundation, LeMoyne Col­ lege and Greater Syracuse Chamber of Commerce. To Run For Re-election Onondaga County Clerk Elaine Lytel has been ' designated by the county ;< Democratic' Party as its candidate for re-election in November. Mrs. Lytel, a DeWitt resident, has served as county clerk since :;. 1983,; when she was elected . following.the retirement of i long-time -incumbent David Gorhani.- She is the first woman ever elected to the post, which is : responsible for keeping records of virtually every property transaction in Onondaga County. Mrs. Lytel oversees a staff of close to 40 employees. As a result of the designation, several' hundred committee volunteers are^circulatihg legal petitions. tblplace lier name on the No.vember'ballotV Mrs. Lytel previously served three terms in the Onondaga County Legislature, where she was chairman of the education and libraries committee. She was recently honored in Albany by the New York State Womens Political Caucus for her achievements in public service. George c. wortidy Named Campaign His professional involvement includes serving as president of the National Newspaper Assn., New York Press Assn. and Na­ tional Editorial Foundation. He attended Kings Point Mer­ chant Marine Academy after graduating from Tully High School and served in the North Atlantic and Pacific during World War Two. He was graduated from Syracuse Uni­ versity in 1948, earning a degree in business administration. He and his wife, Barbara, have three children and four grandchildren. Louise Jerome of Chittenango has been appointed Madison County campaign coordinator for Doreen E. Bianchi, Republi­ can-State Senate candidate. Mrs. Jerome, a former educator and Madison County STOP-DWI Program coor­ dinator, will be in charge of overseeing the day-to-day oper­ ations of the Bianchi campaign in Madison County. In making the selection the candidate said, \It gives me great pleasure to announce the appointment of Louise Jerome as my Madison County cam­ paign coordinator. Her background in education and her close involvement in a MEAT SPECIALS* Fresh Frying Chicken Legs 69! Choice Cut Porterhouse Steak *2,? 9 Fish of the Week Fresh Haddock Filets lb. Store Sliced German Style $1 9* I lb: — WEEKLY SPECIALS — Meadow Dairy ICE CREAM 1/2 gal. Asst. Flavors $] 49 Coca Cola FULL LINE Reg./Oiet M HQ 2liter 0 1 U5J • dep. I Supermarket THE PERSONAL TOUCH Call in Your Special Meat Orders in Advance - No Waiting MANLIUS • Manlius Mart • 682-6884/FAYETTEVILLE • Salt Springs Road • 637-3153 CHITTENANGO • 524 Genesee St. • 687-3110 CAZENOVIA • Albany Street • 655-2085/EAST SYRACUSE • Kinne Street • 463-8663 number of important commun­ ity projects, will prove invalu­ able to my campaign. We are certainly very fortunate to have someone of Louise's caliber on our team.\ Mrs. Jerome said \I am proud to have been selected to serve as Doreen Bianchi's Madison County coordinator. An analysis of where she stands on the issues reveals that she represents the, voice we need in Albany to suc­ cessfully deliver proper rep­ resentation to our area.\ Anyone in Madison County interested in volunteering for the Bianchi campaign can con­ tact Louise\Jerome, 687-9585. LEGAL NOTICES Yeomana Energy Program ^1986A Limited Partnership Village of East Syracuse, Notice to Bidders Village of Manlius, Public Hearing Town of Manlius Case Subdivision Town of Manlius Subdivision Town of Manlius, Special Permit Town of Manlius, Public Hearing NY Lien & Recovery Corp. For Sale D&H Poushter Realty Limited Partnership Village of Fayetteville Hearing; Lowe Fayetteville Cemetery Assoc. Annual Meeting Villag©-of-Fayette'ville Notice To Bidders TlmewiDten, but iigjht new ttiey're aVlow as 1 they've been in .a long.ilohg time. WtifchJs reasjan^^ to * talk with a SyracusyjSayin^Bah^ Loan ExpWtq ^get ^iW^ to get all cJyouf-k^ \ So ca8471-7101 ff you're looking for a lowinterest loan. 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