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April 30, 1976     The Glenville Democrat
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April 29, 1976 The GlenvUle l)emocrat/Padw 7 Jay Rockefeller is the one candidate who has been addressing himself to the real gut problems in West Virginia today: jobs, the high cost of living, inflation. He has proposed a jobs program that is practical and realistic. It includes a job bank that will match people who need jobs with available jobs around the state. He will eliminate the 3 per cent sales tax on food, saving everyWest Virginia 'ly tequivalent of al- most two weeks of groceries every year. He has a program to lower your utility bills and to encourage energy conserva- tion at the same time. He will improve our secondary road system, making it possible for people to get to and from work more easily. When Jay Rocke- feller says that pubLic servants should provide public service, he means it. It is his career. That's the kind of creative leadership West Virginia needs. Democratic Primary, Tuesday, May 11 Paid flr by Ihe Rockefeller for Governor Committee: Ken i)unn. Treasurer 807 Virginia Streel. E.. Charleston. West Virginia 25301