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10A The Mountain Messenger, Thursday, November 1, 1990 m l r Democratic Ticket Pocahontas County Republican Ticket Pocahontas County Democratic Ticket Monroe County Republican Ticket Monroe County United States Senate United States Senate United States Senate United States Senate Jay Rockefeller John Yoder Jay Rockefeller John Yoder House of Representatives Harley O. Staggers, Jr. Oliver Luck House of Representatives House of Representatives Harley O. Staggers, Jr. House of Representatives Oliver Luck Attorney General Attorney General Attorney General (Unexpired Term) No Candidate (Unexpired Term) Mario J. Palumbo Mario J. Palumbo Attorney General No Candidate State Treasurer State Treasurer State Treasurer State Treasurer Larrie Bailey Elvin F. Martin Larrie Bailey Elvin F. Martin State Senate State Senate State Senate State Senate Wall Helmick Ashley Morrissette Leonard Anderson Stephen W. Snuffer House of Delegates House of Delegates J. E. Martin Judy Guye Bill Proudfoot County Commissioner County Commissioner Dana L. Moyers (Full Term) Albert L. Wilfong (Full Term) Dick Goseclose Mike Mynuk House of Delegates Mary Pearl Compton House of Delegates No Candidate . County Commissioner County Commissioner Sara Wickline Barry G. Booth Pocahontas County Polling Places if you don't know where you are supposed to vote, call the Poca- hontas County Clerk's Office at 799-4549. If you are handicapped and need information on accessible polling places, you may also call the County Clerk's Office. # 1 Durbin B-F-D Fire Station # 2 Bartow The Rock Inn # 3 Green Bank School # 4 Cau Community Center # 6 Dunmore Community Center # 10 Marlinton Elementary School #11 West Marlinton Senior Citizens' Building #12 Campbelltown Edray Community Center # 13 Br-.Jhhy Flat Central Union Community Center #15 Slaty Fork Seneca Trail Community Center #18 Buckeye Marlinton Middle School #21 Frost Fire Station #23 HtmtersvUle Presbyterian Church #26 Mill Point Buckeye Trinity Baptist Church #27 Hlllsboro School Cafeteria #29 Droop Woodrow Kershner Building Monroe County Polling Places If you don't know where you are supposed to vote, call the Monroe County Clerk's Office at 772-3096. if you are handicapped and need information on accessible polling places, you may also call the County Clerk's Office. # 1 Alderson Town Hall # 3 Bellview Old Wolf Creek School # 5 Locust Grove Old Sarton School # 7 Sinks Grove Old Sinks Grove School # 8 Highland Green Old Second Creek School #12 Union Elementary School #13 Union Fire Hall #16 Gap Mills Junior High School #18 Sweet Springs Community Building #19 Waitevllle School #22 Greenville School #23 Rock Camp Vocational School #29 Peterstown High School #30 Peterstown Elementary School #31 Red Sulphur Community Building #32 Lindslde Rurltan Building #33 Cashmere Community Building #34 Bozoo Old School Absentee Voters Still Have Time 1984 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME ;4 DOOR V-8 engine, air, Brougham equip., speed control, am/fro cass., 38,000 mles 1985 OLDS "98"4 DOOR Brougham equip., dual leather power seats, ETR arn/fm cass., wire wheel covers, black 1985 CHEVY CAPRICE CLASSIC 4 DOOR V-6 engine, air, am/fro, 50,000 miles,It, blue 1987 CHEVY FULL SIZE PICKUP V-8, air, Silverado Pkg., speed control, am/fm cass., tilt wheel, 49,000 miles 1988 DODGE CARAVAN air, speed control, ETR am/fro, p.l., 7 pass. seating, "SE" equip., 32,000 miles 1989 CHEVY CORSICA 4 DOOR V-6, "CL" trim, ETRam/fm cass., power windows & locks, speed control 1984 BUICK LeSABRE 4 DOOR limited t m, power door locks & windows, driver power seal, speed control 1986 OLDS DELTA 88 4 DOOR driver power seat, Brougham equip., ETR am/fro cass., power windows 1987 CHEVROLET CAVALIER Z24 , "CL" interior, aluminum wheels, am/fro, 39,000 miles, black 1987 JEEP GRAND WAGONEER dual power seats, leather/cord trim, woodgrain, aluminum wheels, 40,000 miles 1987 CHEVY S-10 BLAZER 4X4 WAS NOW $5700 $4600 $8900 $6600 $7500 $6500 $15,500 $12,950 $13,500 $10,400 $9800 $8300 $16,500 $13,800 $15,800 $13,600 auto, Tahoe pkg., cassette & equalizer, power windows & locks, blue/white 1988 FORD TAURUS WAGON air, "gl" equip, speed controL, remote electric mirrors, 33,000 miles 1989 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME International series, 0nver power seat, dual air & radio controls 1989 DODGE RAMCHARGER. "LE" pkg., power windows & locks, aluminum wheels, ETR am/fm cass., 14,000 miles 1990 GEO PRIZM 4 DOOR, 16 valve 4-o/I. engine, auto, air, ETR am/fro, Dark ChesnuL 7,000 miles $9900 $8600 ****************************************************** 1989 CHEVY CAMARO "RS" auto, air, ETRam/fm cass., T-Tops, power windows & locks, black 1989 FORD MUSTANG "LX" auto, air, speed control, tilt, remote electric mirrors, am/fm cass., 19,000 miles 1989 CHEVY S-10 PICKUP "EL" equip, am/fro cass., bedliner, rally wheels, red, 7,500 miles 1990 FORD FULL SIZE PICKUP 6 -cyl. engine, 5-spd., am/fm cass., air, power windows & locks, white 1990 NISSAN STANZA 4 DOOR "XE" equip., arrVfm cass., speed control, power windows & locks, light brown about our Mechanical Repair Protection Plan & On-the-Spot Financing. "Every registered voter who cannot go to the polls on election day can and should vote by ab- sentee ballot," Secretary of State Ken Hechler urged. ""But don't let anyone persuade you to vote absentee illegally if you are able to vote in person on election day." Voting in person at the circuit clerk's offices began Mon- day, October 22, and will con- tinue through Saturday, Novem- ber 3. Applications for voting by mail received by circuit clerks by Friday, November 2, will be hon- ored. The Secretary of State has in- vestigated allegations that indi- viduals persuaded voters to ap- ply for a ballot by mall in the primary election, then obtained and marked those voter's ballots. The allegations will be presented to the grand jury. Absentee voting provisions are important for all citizens who, because of illness or absence, can't vote in their home precinct on November 6. Members of the military, students away at col- lege, people who are hospitalized or confined in nursing homes or at home are all eligible to vote absentee. Voters should call the local circuit clerk for detailed in- formation. Secretary of State Hechler of- fered two special warnings for candidates and citizens who want to comply with campaign law. =First, no anonymous adver- tising," he said. "Second, solici- tations by mail must carry the words "Please disregard if you are a public employee," when they are sent to a general marl- ing list. State law requires that all ads published in newspapers and other periodicals be designated "political advertisement' and state who paid for and author- ized the ad. "The standard =Paid for by..." line should appear on the ad. with the name of the committee and the treasurer or financial agent," Hechler ex- plained. Other publications, such as brochures, letters, flyers, printed signs and billboards must also list the source of funds. *Public disclosure is at the very heart of campaign finance law," he said, "and without this information the voter can't find out whose money might be influencing the candldate." "Fhese two issues account for many complaints filed with my office, and candidates and groups who fall to comply are of- ten stuck with expensive correc- tive efforts," Hechler said. The Secretary urged all candidates and their advocates to learn the requirements before advertising. Democratic Ticket Re Greenbrler County Greenbrler United States Senate United States Jay Rockefeller John Yoder House of Representatives House of Re Harley O. Staggers, Jr. Oliver Luck Attorney General Attorney (Unexpired Term) No Candidate Mario J. Pafumbo State Treasurer State Tre Larrie Bailey Elvin F. Martin State Senate State Senate J. D. Brackenrich Fred Sampson House of Delegates James J. Rowe James Gerl House of Bill Wallace County Commissioner County John H. Bowling, Jr. George Sively Greenbrier County Polling If you don't know where you are supposed to vote, call brier County Clerk's Office at 645-2373. If' need information on accessible polling places, you may a the County Clerk's Office. Eastern District # 1 Fire HouSe # 7 Asbury Community # 8 Alderson Elementary # 10 Dawson Methodist # 11 Alderson Methodist # 14 Renick # 34 Organ Cave # 37 Organ Cave Communit # 72 White Sulphur Spgs. # 73 White Sulphur Spgs. # 74 Je # 75 White Sulphur Spgs. #21 # 23 # 24 # 27 #31 #41 # 42 # 43 # 44 # 45 # 46 Central District Elementary School, Greenbrler East Greenbrier Junior Health Methodist Church, School House, Lewisburg Junior Western # 29 # 47 Smoot Junior # 48 Rupert Jtmlor # 50 Wooldrldge's Home, # 51 James Brackenrich's # 52 Rainelle # 56 # 61 RaineUe # 63 Greimbrier # 64 Rupert # 65 Rupert # 78 Harold Flint's # 79 Greenbrier County "The additional levy shall be on Class I property $100; on Class II property 1.88 cents per $100; any) 3.76 cents per $100; on Class IV property $100." "Special election to authorize additional levies years 1992, 1993, 1994, beginning July I, 1991 pose of: Restoring and reestablishing adequate -- expand care co6rdination and health "high risk" prenatal patients, provide cholesterol testing in existing clinics equipment and supplies, -- reestablish satellite cIlnics, -- restore home visitation services to elderly for maintenance, -- reestablish funding for professional cox the updating of skills, -- repair or replace outdated or broken -- offer new programs/services or community sponse to changing community needs, -- prevent implementation of charges for increases in permit fees, -- ensure prompt, adequate professional vention during communicable disease outbreaks involved with health promotion and disease level. According to the order of the County on the 11th day of September 1990. Pocahontas County The additional levies shall be on Class I cents per One Hundred Dollar Valuation; on - 4.29 cents per One Hundred Dollar Valuatior property - 8.008 cents per One Hundred Dollar Class IV property - 8.008 cents per One ation. To authorize additional levies for the fiscal' l, 1991 and July ], 1992. 1~ne purpose are needed and the approximate amount is To provide funds for emergency medical services County. Funds wlll be disbursed according to developed by the Pocahontas County Emergen4 ity and approved by the County Commission. each of the following rescue squads will receive per year: Bartow-Frank-Durbin, Cass, Little ton. The total approximate amount for said due allowance for delinquencies and ($I00,000 per fiscal year). This special election was authorized of the Pocahontas County Commission, g/n/a, entered on the fourth day of September