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November 8, 1984

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NOVEMBER 6. nu It, GENERAL ELECTION us " V Unofficlollluuhs i the ' n of la. . we w i the William listof Lngfor "Km proud e wot! u Fi ' arts of ma! 04c.” 3. E 5 555 V; 00W .a 555 ’ U‘ :3" l III III I n '2. S 55 N 1.x It. i > 2. m 2 u V _m l 4: o i Q v Q 10 I l l , . 59 ..» .4 ,,' so 4 .~ i w h f if NJ oi y y, Co '. m m mum-mm ’ / I I'll“ I'IIII 'llllll m mam PATRICIA NOLAND SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE —— THURSDAL NOVEMBER a I984 7 Here’s How Jefferson County Voted Tuesday I], / ? 2‘! n l ME] GAIL VIANDS election to the office of Magistrate which he now holds, finished fourth in the voting with 3,843 votes. He finish- ed fourth in the voting on the Democratic ticket in the Primary elec- tion.This timehewas runningonthe Republican ticket, having beat nam- ed as a Republican candidate by the GOP Executive committee, following ‘- hisdefeatinthePrimary. DayandVianchwoneasilyinevery oneofthecormty’sflprecincts,WiIh Nolandwinningaoftbeflprecinm. losingouttollicksbyfiistsevenvotes inoneprecinct. Mrs. Noland has been saving as seu'etaryinthedficeofE.W.Dayand Mrs. Viands has been serving as secretaryintheofficeofflicks. -- Em mnnnmmrmmmm numnm unumll I mmnnnnnmn manual: am Elillfllllllflfliifl Pm. M“ ’/ ? I /~ a- /? .4? e/elé" 5/3? «a 5 39 3/5 e v a: a e s .,*/'~/* ~ 0 m ‘ m m m In "madam 33‘? mm m m ,lvm , Inmmmmmmmmwmuem * Ill-immanent mam m 33o _ U.S. How. of GOVERNOI Secretary of Commissioner 7.... w W!" VICE PRESIDENT U. S. SENATE I'- 5"”. Ammo.- tymw" “ “Mum” 30"“ r / , . z/ EBB!!!) mmmmm mum m m EH Hummus 3o: ‘ .g K EH IA: k '. I‘ 0 F s 4 Q a El sens 3; ~15 U“ ‘ seasons ‘ , seasons Ilaseeeesssens E ———- lob ———- E 3,739 37m. 9554 {m MAGISTRATE Survr i/ 55’ A; 5" COUNTY COMMISSION Kohl-town om. / /0/ Q.~l‘,? County Voters. Approve All Five Amendments The, 10.363 ,Democrats and amendment onthe part ofsomeot the Republicans who voted in the Tuesday Churches, but here in Jeffexsm County General Election {wowed pretty “well there was no organized opposition to the trench of the voters all across West it. Virginia with respect to thinking about 2/! 2/7 192. 23:: Amendment No. 2 which provides ’07 lain ’0 the five Constitutional Amendments {or housing bonds for {mowing for that were on the ballot, giving all five owner-occupied residences for of them their approval. qualified veterans, carried in Jeffer- ma we ‘" f"? W": Embravm‘mwiei Illnnmznm by ‘°”’ "ammonium l “AIMEE! oneness—s.... .— 334 I.“ 2.9: Is! In: we 21% 157 2.8! 7.51 2.9:: 255 . . . mammalian!!! an by a °‘ 5’3“ “ “““‘“ man “rim “lmmmm ram-mm: “mum z w; -:m' .41: . . . . . , . .. millennium . and controlled lotteries carried by 3 His Wife, Tressy, is the daughter of g vote of 6,356 for and 2,311 against. In Frank H. Ranalli of Ramon, W.Va. .57 Noland, Viands Winners unty Magistrate Races son Countians on all five of them with county, where the voter majority did the closest contest Coming on amend' not favor the amendment. It was the ment No. 4, which was Better Schools, only one of the five amendments that Roads and Public Works construction did not receive approval in every one amendment. But even it received a of the county’s 23 Precincts. favorable vote in every one of Jeffer- The No. 5 amendment - equitable son County’s 23 Precincts, with 4,133 taxation of property and exemptions favoring the amendment and 3,835 an of intangible property passed in the m 32‘ *Those Who Server: Michael T. Eastetday Michael 'I‘. Easterday, son of Paul of which 6,412 favored it and only 2.340 W. and Carol S. Easterday of 837 New 238 m “7 opposed it. York Ave, Martinsburg, has arrived The No. 1 amendment which calls for duty in Zirndorf, West Germany. 34‘ 3 66 for amending the State Constitution to Easterday', a cannon crewman contemplation, meditation or prayer in the state’s schools led the balloting in Jefferson Cwnty with a total of 8,752 o‘ \ & ~C i u 0 o (60 $694 \ I E I II I s 233 some parts of the statethere was The private is a 1983 graduate of some organized opposition to this Manmeurg High school, The United Way volunteer gives a gift that‘s hard to measure. Because without his or her contribution ol‘timc. energy and dedication. the community services and local programs of United Way simply cannot exist. United Way has much to do in our community. From day care for the young to services for the elderly. So this year. be generous. Give yourself. United \Nay THANKS TO YOU IT WORKS FOR ALL OF US. mam-- «sw« mwuwm, 0... H M. .. We“... \. mm M .