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Page 8-B Glenville Democrat/ Pathfinder October 28, 1976 We Support Equal Educational Opportunity For ALL Children Glenville Junior Woman's Club Jane Anderson Sharon Anderson Marilyn Barnes Anita Belcastro Sharon Boley Carla Conaway Nancy Cutlip Mary Eaton Sherry DeRossett Jeanie Fisher Helen Fitzpatrick Halite Hardman Rita Hayner Diana Kuhl Dana Kulp Glenda Martz Sharon Minne Barbara Moyers Dixie Moyers Bobbi Nicholson Jane Rastle Tessie Riley Betty Roberts Kathy Southern Sue Waggoner Won't YOU Help Us COVER OUR COUNTY WITH GOOD SCHOOLS C TANNER TROY GLENVILLE "C SAND FORK NORMANTOWN VOTE NOVEMBER 2, 1976 gHBanDlleaalaueaaa! Meet your T. V. SERVI candidates Coupon Good tor $2. OnAnyTV Antenna Boosters Installed Davy Lee Miller Republican, Sheriff 1) I am a candidate for Sheriff, because we need law enforcement at a county level. I'm not sure about the entire county, but in our area, it is very seldom we see the Sheriff. Investigat- ions are carried out by the State Police. 2) I have no special qualifications except hnesty and a desire to see the Sheriff's office again become a law enforcement agency. 3} I'm waiting to hear Sheriff lames' answer on this one. 4} I would try to cover the whole county at intervals and keep communications open to the people wh o need assistance by use of C.B. Radios, Telephones or whatever means are available. Sometimes, in the outlying sections of the county, it is very difficult to get in touch with any law enforcement, state or local. Eric Spelsburg Republican, State Senate 1) I saw the need for honesty and understanding in government. I care more about morality and telling the truth than about wealth and power. The kind of power and riches I want are the kind a person gets from a strong spiritual faith and by doing the right thing. I care about people and families. The changes which face our area can make or break us and. as your State Senator. l could ensure that whatever decisions are made in government, they will be made with concern for people before profits, tempered with common sense. I believe that you can walk up to a person and, like a bell, "strike them and see if they ring true." Running for office is an obligation honest people must face up to whenever they sense that there is something unfair or illicit going on. I am running out of a sense of obligation to truth and decency. 2] I have voted for people who turned out to be crooks. I will never disappoint people the way I have been disappointed, because my whole life and peace of mind require that I do what's right. I have worked and I know what it is to become part of the land you work. The land must be preserved for our own benefit and out of a sense of reverence for its Creator, I have been educated through college, but I know how to keep my mouth shut and listen to people who have learned more than I ever could in school. 3) I would end food taxes and other taxes on necessities while raising taxes on luxuries such as liquor and cigarettes. My opponent would not, I would open all areas of government and campaigning to the public and press. My opponent tried to "kill" such legislation, I would seek to keep all levels of education inexpensive and close to the community, My opponent did nothing to keep a low-cost, quality community college in Clarksburg while "perform- ance" in our public schools has been on a steady decline. I would do everything possible to see that our economic system benefits the people and not just the priveleged, economic elite. I will not make empty promises, I will abstain from liquor {the worst drug problem there is} and will visit Gilmer County every month. Mt. Carmel revival planned There will be a revival at the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church on Steer Creek. starting Oct. 31. at 7:30 p.m. Elder Darrell Hashman, pastor will hold the services. Everyone is welcome. t 27 0CT'76 Form43 lcli : EstFraeetes Sutton  Mein Street- Sutton - | IlmHDBgiHgliHiBOmBil JOHN G. WOLFE Democrat For Magistrate * Gilmer County native * 1972 Graduate of Gilmer County High School * 1975 Graduate of Glenville State College in History and G overnment * Past President of the Gilmer County Young Democrats * 4-H Member and Leader for eight years "Following graduation from college I had the opportunity to work for the Finance Committee of the W.Va. House of Delegates under the leadership of Billy B. Burke. Ath that time I followod the passage of the new law creating the Magistrate Court system, I have thoroughly studied this law and the effect it will have on you, My only pledge to you is that I will work hard to carry out the duties of this position." Poiiticai A Paid for by John O. Wolfe To+the People of County: THANK your support at Election throughout the Pol adv paid for by Slack for Congress committee. Michael TO THE GILMER I, Clark James, am a Sheriff of Gilmer County. I be unfair and a neglect to and voters of Gilmer County from the Sheriff's office to to house campaign. Please a personal invitation to voter to vote for me for County on November 2, ] outside interests or I pledge to the people of my full time to this office if will " continue to serve impartially-and efficiently as to do in the VOTE Clark R. Sheriff of Gilmer +November 2,