Alexandria Polls are open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at 32 precincts. Call 838-4050 for election information.

Mayor

Charles E. Beatley Jr. (D), 65, of 4875 Maury La., is the incumbent mayor. He is a retired United Airlines captain. He first was elected mayor in July 1967 and served until June 1976. He then retired for three years and was reelected mayor in 1979. He is seeking his fifth term. He is a past president of the Seminary Hill (Citizens) Association, the Minnie Howard PTA and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. He is currently on the board of directors of Metro and a member of the Virginia Aviation Commission.

Robert L. Calhoun (R), 44, of 3204 Circle Hill Rd., is an attorney. He is the incumbent vice mayor and he has been on the council six years. He is chairman of the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' Transportation Planning Board, a member of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, and a member of the Historic Alexandria Foundation. He also is Northern Virginia's representative on the Interstate Air Quality Planning Commission.

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Bruce T. Adkins (I), 26, of 1000 Woods Place, manages the swimming pool at the Alexandria YMCA. This is his first council race. He has been involved with the city pools for the last nine years.

Donald C. Casey (D), 43, of 207 North View Terrace, is a patent attorney. He is seeking his third term on the council. He is past president of the Alexandria Federation of Civic Associations and past president of the Rosemont Civic Association.

Nicholas A. Colasanto (I), 77, of 21 W. Glendale Ave., is a retired attorney. He served on the council for 13 years between 1962 and 1979. He was defeated in the 1979 election. He was city manager of Alexandria from 1947 to 1949. He is a member and past president of the Alexandria Lions Club, a member and past chairman of the Alexandria Salvation Army's board of directors and a member of the board of directors of the Alexandria YMCA. He also is a member and past president of the Alexandria Bar Association.

Robert M. Gardner (R), 57, of 5500 Holmes Run Pkwy., is a retired industrial engineer. This is his first council race. He is a member of the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, a life member of the American Legion and a life member of the Disabled American Veterans. He is president of the Alexandria Condominium Association and on the board of directors of Place One Condominium.

William M. Glasgow Jr. (R), 55, 1601 Stonebridge Rd., is a retired Army officer and a management consultant for Shingleton & Associates in Winchester. This is his first council race. He is past commander of Alexandria Post 24 of the American Legion and serves on the National Legislative Commission of the American Legion. He is past president of the Alexandria Host Lions Club, and a member and former chairman of the city's George Washington Birthday Celebration committee.

Lionel R. Hope (D), 57, of 1107 Gibbon St., is the senior accountant at the University of the District of Columbia. He ran unsuccessfully for the council in 1976. He is president of the Alexandria Neighborhood Citizens Improvement Association, on the board of directors of Alexandria Hospital, president of the board of directors of Hopkins House, a United Way agency, and a member of the Alexandria Branch of the NAACP.

Margaret B. (Marlee) Inman (R), 55, of 2692 Centennial Ct., is a homemaker. She has been on the council three years. She has served as assistant to the mayor of Alexandria and as an aide to State Sen. Wiley Mitchell. She is a member of the state Hospital Cost Review Commission and a former member of the Alexandria Hospital Board. She represents the city on the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and serves on COG's Water Resources Board.

Gene C. Lange (R), 34, of 1235 Kingston Ave., is an attorney. This is his first council race. He is the Northern Virginia representative of the American Field Service, a foreign exchange students program, and is past president of the Alexandria Chapter of AFS. He also is a member of the Republican City Committee.

Richard B. Leibach (D), 40, of 5911 Edsall Rd., is a self-employed vocational rehabilitation consultant. This is his first council race. He is vice chairman for budget for the Alexandria Community Services Board and chairman of its Mental Health Committee. He also is chairman of the Budget Committee of the board of directors of the Alexandria Community Mental Health Center. He is on the executive committee of the Alexandria United Way and is chairman of its Social Services Planning Committee.

James P. Moran Jr. (D), 36, of 205 W. Uhler Ter., is an investment broker at A.G. Edwards & Sons. He has been on the council three years. He is on the boards of directors of the Alexandria United Way and the Alexandria Economic Opportunities Commission. He also is a member of the city's Community Development Block Grant Board, Police and Fire Pension Task Force and Hospital Task Force.

Mark Pestronk (D), 34, of 706 Little St., is an attorney. This is his first bid for office in Alexandria. He has been a member of the Alexandria Landlord-Tenant Relations Board for eight years, and chairman for the last three years. He is a past president of the Parkfairfax Citizens Association and was a founding member of the Northern Virginia Jewish Community Center.

Carlyle C. Ring Jr. (R), 50, of 308 Monticello Blvd., is an attorney. He has been on the council three years. He served on the Alexandria School Board for nine years and was its chairman for two years. He is chairman of the executive committee of the National Conference on Uniform State Laws, a member of the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission and a member of the Virginia Advisory Committee to the U.S. Civil Rights Commssion.

Patricia S. Ticer (D), 47, of 512 Prince St., is a residential real estate agent for Jacob & Roberts Inc. This is her first council race. She has served on four local PTA boards and is treasurer of Residential Youth Services, which operates five group homes in Northern Virginia. She previously was on the board of directors of Alexandria Hospital and is a past president of TWIG, the hospital's junior auxiliary. She also has served as cochairman of the Alexandria Community YMCA Christmas Walk, and as Alexandria chairman of FISH, an emergency relief service.

Janet M. Wilson (R), 30, of 820 S. Washington St., is product manager at M/A-COM Sigma Data Inc. of Rockville, Md. This is her first council race. She is a member of the Alexandria Human Rights Commission and the League of Women Voters.

Clifton

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Clifton Firehouse on Chapel Road. For further information, call Town Clerk Louise Achor at 631-1081.

Mayor

Robert F. Lindholm, 54, of 12714 Chestnut St., is regional vice president of National Marketing Co. in Falls Church. He has been on the council since October 1978. He is a longtime member of the Fairfax County Salvation Army Advisory Board and served as its chairman for three years. He has been active in Jaycees at the local, state and national levels, including a stint as chairman of the U.S. Jaycees Foundation in Tulsa, Okla.

Wayne H. Nickum, 38, of 7156 Main St., is an IRS agent. He has been on council just over seven years. He is treasurer of the Clifton Betterment Association and first vice president of Friends of Fairfax Station Inc.

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Robert F. Achor, 53, 12702 Chapel Rd., is an administrator in the bank holding company program of the Federal Reserve Board. He has been on the council for three years. He is president of the Clifton Cemetery Association and a member and past president of the Clifton Betterment Association.

J.B. (Brant) Baber, 30, of 12801 Ford Lane, is an attorney. This is his first council race. He is a member of the Clifton Betterment Association, treasurer of the Clifton Lions Club and chairman of the Clifton Board of Zoning Appeals.

Kenneth D. Buckley, 32, of 12642 Chapel Rd., is a statistician for the Department of Labor. He has been on the council since 1977. He is a member of the Clifton Lions Club, chairman of the Town Hall Committee and a member of the Clifton Betterment Association.

P. Diane Dygve, 35, of 7222 Dell Ave., is a homemaker. She has been on the council for two years. She is a member of the Clifton Betterment Association, the Clifton Horse Society and the PTA of Clifton Elementary School.

Mynor Floyd McIntyre, 69, of 12801 Chestnut St., is retired from the Navy personnel department. He has been mayor of Clifton for the past six years and was on the council for two years before that. He is president the Clifton Volunteer Fire Department.

Frederic Lee Ruck, 42, of 7151 Main St., is an attorney. He is president of the Clifton Betterment Association and a former county attorney for Fairfax County. He is a past Virginia state chili cooking champ.

Dumfries

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Town Hall, 101 S. Main. Call 221-3400.

Mayor

Olney A. (Butch) Brawner, 36, of 106 Eby St., is the owner of a car wash in Dumfries. He has been on council 8 1/2 years and served one term as vice mayor. He is a member of Historic Dumfries.

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Ernest M. (Top) Amidon, 60, of 101 Eby Ct., is service director for Jack Klawans Chevrolet in Woodbridge. He has served on the council the last two years and is a scout coordinator for the Boy Scouts.

Robert Brookover, 57, of 110 Eby St., is the owner of a security/burglar alarm business in Dumfries. He has been on the council for two years. He is a member of the Dumfries Lions Club, Historic Dumfries, the American Legion and several trade associations. He is retired from the Marine Corps.

Paul B. Clary, 71, of 118 Rose Hill Circle, is retired from VEPCO. He served on the council from 1978-80 and was mayor from 1974 to 1976. He was defeated for mayor in 1980. He is noble grand in the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and a member of Historic Dumfries.

Marjorie I. Davis, 58, of 208 Tripoli Blvd., is a contract specialist for the Army. She is not a current council member, but previously served on the council for six years. She is chairperson of the Dumfries fund-raising campaign for the Virginia Mental Health Association, chairperson for the Down Home Day Festival in Dumfries and president of Historic Dumfries.

Eleanor C. Gum, of 309 N. Fairfax St., is a retired federal employe. She is acting mayor and has been on the council eight years. She is the chairwoman of the Commission on Aging in Prince William County, the president of the Soropitimist Club of Woodbridge, vice president of the adult women's class at Triangle Baptist Church and secretary-treasurer of the Municipal League of Prince William County.

Fenton M. Herrell III, 37, of 107 Leonard St., is a supervisor for Estes Express Lines of Laurel, Md. This is his first council race. He is a member of the Dumfries-Triangle Jaycees and was nominated for Outstanding Young Man in America this year.

Lloyd D. Hinrichs, 29, of 2244 Fort Pickens Ct., is an attorney. This is his first council race. He is a member of the Dumfries Planning Commission, the Prince William County Bar Association and other legal groups.

Daniel G. King, 45, of 323 Possum Point Rd., is a program analyst for the Air Force. This is his first council race. He serves on the executive board of Historic Dumfries, is a member of the Historical Advisory Committee to the Prince William County Tourism Council and was cochairman of the Dumfries Arts and Crafts Show last September.

David L. Stumpf, 39, of 2440 Kilpatrick Pl., is a government auditor. This is his first council race.

Stacey L. Walker, 27, of 2244 Fort Pickens Ct., is an attorney. This is her first race for an elective office in Dumfries.

Clyde N. Washington Jr., 42, of 300 Fairfax St., is a teacher at Garfield High School. He is seeking his second term on the council. He is a member of the board of trustees of the Little Union Baptist Church and is on the board of directors of the Prince William Education Association. He previously served on the Dumfries Planning Commission and the Dumfries Bicentennial Committee.

James M. Willard, 32, of 206 Eby St., is a distributor for The Washington Post. This is his first council race. He is a member of the Dumfries Planning Commission and secretary-treasurer of the Dumfries-Triangle Jaycees. He is active in the PTA of Dumfries Elementary School and organized the 1981 Christmas Parade in Dumfries. He has worked actively for construction of a community center in Dumfries.

Fairfax City

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at six locations. Call 385-7890.

Mayor

John W. Russell, 58, of 3505 Cornell Rd., is a retired conceptual planner for the Defense Intelligence Agency. He is a former mayor and council member.

Frederick W. Silverthorne, 63, of 3629 Heritage La., is a retired Navy captain flier and is now committee executive for the National Security Industrial Association. He is in his second term as mayor. Before becoming mayor, he served on the council for two terms.

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Frances L. Cox, 57, of 4200 Chain Bridge Rd., is the former Fairfax City treasurer. She served for 24 years before being defeated in the last election. This is her first council race. She also has served as city clerk and was a member of the Westmore Civic Association.

Ronald E. Escherich, 40, of 10728 West Dr., is a design engineer for Dewberry and Davis in Fairfax County. He ran unsuccessfully for the council in 1978.

Carl J. Hemmer, 50, 3212 Beech Tree Ct., is an economist for the Agency for International Development. He has been on the council since 1978 and is running for his third term. He is chairman of the Community University Business Committee.

Rob Lederer Jr., 27, of 10908 Warwick Ave., is associate director of the Screen Printing Association, an international trade association based in Fairfax City. This is his first council race. He is a lifelong city resident, president of the Fairchester Woods Civic Association and a member of the Fairfax Alliance of City Taxpayers. He also helped develop the city's first Neighborhood Crime Watch Program, which started in January.

Gene P. Moore, 48, of 3899 Chain Bridge Rd., is a teacher at Rocky Run Intermediate School in Chantilly. He ran unsuccessfuly for the council two years ago. He is the president of the Olde Fairfax Mews, a civic association. He served eight years, three of them as chairman, on the Fairfax-Falls Church Mental Health, Mental Retardation and Substance Abuse Services Board.

John P. Perrin's name will appear on the ballot but he has withdrawn from the race.

Glenn L. White, 50, of 10600 Howerton Ave., is a management consultant. He has been on the council since 1972 and is its senior member. He is a member of the Fairfax City Commission on the Arts, which he founded, and a member of the Community Appearance Committee, which he also founded.

Lee H. Wigren, 58, of 10107 Alice Ct., is retired from the Central Intelligence Agency. He was on the council from 1974 to 1980 and ran unsuccessfully for mayor in 1980. He is a member of the Southeast Fairfax Citizens Association, has represented the city of Fairfax on the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission and was chairman in 1979 and 1980. He was previously a member of the Fairfax City Planning Commission and was vice chairman of the Fairfax City Board of Architectural Review.

Falls Church

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at five locations. For information, call the city registrar at 241-5085.

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Elizabeth L. Cesnik, 45, of 303 Sycamore St., is an accountant for the National Office for Social Responsibility in Alexandria. This is her first council race. She has been on the Falls Church School Board for six years, and was its chairman from October 1979 to October 1981. She is a member and past president of the Falls Church League of Women Voters and is a past treasurer of the Virginia League of Women Voters.

Carol W. DeLong, 51, of 213 W. Columbia St., is a homemaker. She has been on the council since 1974. She is a member of the Village Preservation and Improvement Society, the League of Women Voters and Citizens for a Better City, and is chairman of the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission. She is a past PTA president at Madison Elementary School and previously served on the Falls Church Planning Commission.

Robert L. Hubbell, 63, of 303 N. Lee St., is a retired federal employe. He has been on the council four years. He is on the board of directors of the Washington Metropolitan Council of Governments and is a member of the Friends of the Library. He previously served on the Law Enforcement Advisory Commission and the Crossroads Study Commission, and was president of the Village Preservation and Improvement Society.

Gary D. Knight, 34, of 6562 Flagmaker Ct., is a congressional relations specialist; he is director of House relations for the U.S. Synthetic Fuels Corp. in Washington. He has been on the council four years. He is the city's representative on the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission and a member of the Washington Area Council of Government's Water Resources Planning Board. He also is a member of Citizens for a Better City and the Village Preservation and Improvement Society. He is a former member of the city planning commission.

Hamilton

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hamilton Town Hall, 53 Colonial Hwy. Call 338-2811.

Mayor

Harry L. Lowry, 68, of 391 E. Colonial Hwy., is a self-employed Realtor. He has been on the council about six years.

Recorder

Virginia Austin, 33, of P.O. Box 213, is a homemaker. She has been recorder for three years.

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William J. Brown's name will appear on the ballot but he has withdrawn from the race.

Mary F. Diggs, of P.O. Box 247, is a computer scientist for Computer Scientist Corp. in Washington. She was appointed to the council two years ago and is seeking her first elected term.

Ruth A. Tillett, 55, of 50 S. Rogers St., is a retired school teacher. This is her first council race. She is a member of the Hamilton Planning Commision, the Northern Virginia Counselors Association and Delta Kappa Gamma, a group of women educators.

Robert W. Trussell, 55, of 37 N. Ivandale St., is a firefighter with the federal government. He has served on the council for 20 years. He is a member of the Hamilton Volunteer Fire Department.

Haymarket

Voting times are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Gainesville Elementary School on Route 55.

Mayor

Muriel Gilbertson, 77, of 15101 Washington St., is a retired musician and the incumbent mayor. She was elected to the council in 1974 and has been mayor since 1975.

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Gertrude E. Bean, 50, of 6712 Jefferson St., is a secretary. She has been on the council since 1973.

Lois B. Crewdson, 6750 Fayette St., is a homemaker who is active in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, where her husband is the minister. She is running for her second term on the council.

Samuel W. Crouch, 37, of 6700 Blight Dr., is a subcontractor. He has been on the council three years.

James R. Gossom, 59, of 5000 Washington St., is semi-retired from the hardware business. He has served on the council for 12 years.

Hugh H. Orndoff, 61, of 15221 Washington St., owns and operates a used-car lot, service station and restaurant in Haymarket. He has been on the council about 10 years, and served one term as mayor.

Anne Williams Smith, 74, of 6771 Medicine St., is a retired nurse. She is seeking her third term on the council. She is a member of the Women's Club of Haymarket.

Herndon

Voting times are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Herndon Elementary School, 231 Dranesville Rd., and Herndon Intermediate School, 224 Locust St. Call 385-8100.

Mayor

Thomas D. Rust, 40, of 1020 Monroe St., is a private civil engineer in Fairfax City. He has served six years as mayor and was on the council for five years before that. He is on the board of directors of the Fairfax County Chapter of the American Red Cross, on the board of directors of the Northern Virginia Community Foundation, a member of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University's Committee of 100, a member of the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission and a past member of the Herndon Planning Commission.

Haley M. Smith, 65, of 760 Grace St., has been on council 11 years. He is a semi-retired carpenter. He is a life member of the Optimists Club, the commissioner of the Optimists Youth Basketball program, a past member of the Fairfax County Athletic Council and a member of the Dranesville Advisory Council on the Park Authority.

Jack E. Guth, 54, is a retired Navy captain and also retired from a private engineering business. He is the prime owner of Coast Survey Ltd., a surveying and engineering firm. This is his first run for mayor. He is a member of the Herndon Chamber of Commerce, the Committee for Dulles and the Moose Lodge.

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Blaise B. Barnes, 35, of 738 Cordell Way, is the owner of a property management firm. This is his first council race. He was a town planner for Herndon for 11 years. He is a past president of the PTA at Herndon Elementary School, a past member of the Herndon Lions Club and a member of the Community Association Institute, a trade group.

Robert P. Jensen, 50, of 522 Fillmore St., is a construction consultant and part-owner of Contract Management Corp. in Herndon. He has been on the council two years. He is a member of the Herndon Architectural Review Board.

Lloyd H. Johnson, 50, of 872 Vine St., is the software manager of Burroughs Corp.'s McLean office. He is running for his third term on the council. He is a member of the Herdon Parks and Planning Commission.

Donald M. LeVine, 38, of 725 Center St., is a physicist. This is his first run for office in Herndon. He is a member of the Herndon Planning Commission and a past president of the Herndon Historical Society and was a member of the mayor's Business and Industrial Study Committee. He also initiated a program recognizing historical structures in the town, and he recently finished a 1,500-page history of Herndon from 1649 to 1900.

Howard A. Nachman, 32, of 649 Herndon Pkwy., is a retailer at Nachman's Inc. in Herndon. He has been on the council since 1976 and has been vice mayor since 1978. He is president of the Herndon Volunteer Fire Department and a member of the board of directors of Congregation Olam Tikvah. He received the Greater Herndon Jaycees Citizen of the Year award for 1981 and was nominated this year for Outstanding Young Men of America.

Sheila Petit O'Leary, 36, of 1258 Wilshire Dr., is an administrative aide at the Herndon Chamber of Commerce. She was on the council from 1978 to 1980, and lost a bid for reelection in 1980 by 15 votes. She is the treasurer and itinerary chairman of the Sister Cities program in Herndon and a former member of the Herndon Planning Commission. She also served on the citizens advisory committee on the Herndon Community Center.

Richard C. Thoesen, 37, of 400 Hillwood Ct., is a civil engineer at Montgomery Engineers in Reston. This is his first council race. He has served on the Board of Zoning Appeals and is an associate member of the Herndon Jaycees, president of the Fairfax Chapter of the Virginia Society of Professional Engineers, executive director of the Reston-Herndon Adult Softball Council and a past coach of local youth and adult teams in three sports.

Douglas D. Walker, 41, of 1005 Monroe St., is an attorney. This is his first council race. He is chairman of the Herndon Planning Commission and president-elect of the Herndon Rotary Club, and has been active in the Optimists Little League Baseball program. Hillsboro

Voting times are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Hillsboro Elementary School. Call 668-6949. Mayor

Byron Farwell, 60, of P.O. Box 81, is a writer of biographies and history. He has been mayor for five years. He is a member of the Loudoun County Museum Society and the Hillsboro Community Association.

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Randall C. Allen, 37, P.O. Box 28, is an attorney. He has been on the council five years.

Hugh J. McLinden, 55, of P.O. Box 84, is a mortgage banker at Virginia Mortgage and Investment Co. He has been on the council two years.

Alexander F. Muir, 60, of P.O. Box 33, is a retired government employe. He has served two terms on the council. He worked as a Boy Scout leader for 20 years and is a past president of the Loudoun County Fair Board.

Marie Roberts, 55, of P.O. Box 8, is a homemaker. She ran unsuccessfully for the council in 1980. She is a member of Shelbourne Parrish Unit 293 of the Ladies Auxiliary of the American Legion.

Martin S. Solliday, 73, of Rte. 3, Box 67, Purcellville, is retired. He has been a council member about eight years. He is a member of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program.

Marion A. Virts, 60, of P.O. Box 625, is a housekeeper. She has been on the council one year.

Leesburg

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at two locations. Call 471-7640.

Mayor

Charles A. Bos, 41, of 55 N. King St., is the owner of Leesburg Import Service, a foreign car repair shop. He has been on the council since 1980 and is currently mayor pro-tem. He is a member of the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce and a commissioner on the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission. He is on the boards of directors of the Loudoun Restoration and Preservation Society and the Preservation Society of Loudoun County. He also is serving as entertainment chairman of the August Court Days Committee

G. Dewey Hill Jr., 61, of 203 Anne St., is owner of Nationwide Insurance in Leesburg. He has served as mayor four years, not consecutively, and was on the council for nine years. He is a member of the Optimist Club and an honorary member of the Loudoun County Rescue Squad. He also has served on the Northern Virginia Planning District Commission and the executive committee of the Virginia Municipal League.

Robert E. Sevila, 38, of 158 Mosby Dr., is an attorney. He served on the Herndon Town Council and as vice mayor when he lived in Herndon. This is his first run for office in Leesburg. He is president-elect of the Loudoun County Bar Association.

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Reginald K. Gheen, 68, of 205 Anne St., is a retired banker. He served two terms on the council several years ago. He has served on the town's Industrial Development Committee and helped organize the Leesburg Downtown Business Association and the Leesburg Business Association, which ultimately became the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce. He also was one of the founders of the Loudoun Restoration and Preservation Society. He has served on the Loudoun County Board of Zoning Appeals and is a member of Loudoun County Sanitation Authority.

Marylou Hill, of 152 Mosby Dr., is a volunteer for the Loudoun County Chapter of the American Red Cross. She has been on the council four years. She is a member of the Loudoun County Museum Board, the Loudoun Restoration and Preservation Society, the Preservation Society of Loudoun County, the Chamber of Commerce, the Leesburg Downtown Business Association, the Virginia Municipal League, the Piedmont Environmental Council, the Loudoun County Humane Society and Keep Loudoun Beautiful.

Mary Anne Newman, 58, of 204 Wage Dr., is a sales clerk. She was on the council from 1974 to 1976 and was mayor from 1976 to 1978. She is a member and past president of the Loudoun Business and Professional Women's Club

John W. Tolbert Jr., 76, of 221 S. King St., is a chef-caterer. He has been on the council six years. He is a member of the Leesburg Airport Commission, the Leesburg Finance Committee, the Chamber of Commerce, and the Leesburg Kiwanis Club. He also serves on the board of directors of the Loudoun County Chapter of the American Red Cross and has been active in the Loudoun County Heart Association and the Loudoun County Cancer Fund.

Lovettsville

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at St. James Reform Church. Call 777-2633.

Mayor

J.R. Hummer, 56, of Rte. 2, is the owner of Hummer Corp., a custom control manufacturing firm. This is his first race for mayor. He is chairman of the Lovettsville Board of Zoning Appeals and chairman of the Lovettsville Business Association.

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Larry K. Bowman, 34, of Rte. 2, is an electronics engineer for the Defense Department. He was appointed to the council this fall and is seeking his first full term.

William F. Brown, 50, of P.O. Box 174, is semi-retired. He was appointed to the council about a year ago and is seeking his first full term. He is a member of the Lovettsville Fire and Rescue Squad and was named Fireman of the Year for 1981.

Grace Hummer, 53, of Rte. 2, is a professional appraiser. This is her first council race. She is a past secretary of the Lovettsville Planning Commission. She served on the Ad Hoc Committee for the redistricting of Loudoun County and is on the board of directors of the Loudoun County Chapter of the American Red Cross. She also is a member of the Lovettsville Business Association.

Manassas

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at four locations. Call 631-1090.

Mayor

Edgar E. Rohr, 65, of 9203 West St., is the owner of Rohr's 5 to $1 Store in Manassas. He has been mayor since October, when Harry Parrish resigned to run for the House of Delegates, and he has served on the council for 24 years. He is a member, past president and past chief of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Company and a member of the Manassas Chamber of Commerce.

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Robert L. Byrd Jr., 60, of 9006 Robson Dr., is the manager of Southern States Cooperative in Manassas. He has been a council member 17 years. He is past president of the Manassas Lions Club and a member of the Manassas Chamber of Commerce.

John P. Moliere, 39, of 9105 Traveller St., owns and operates All Emergency Repairs Corp., a restoration business in Manassas. He ran unsuccessfully for mayor two years ago. He is a past president of the PTA at Jennie Dean Middle School and past vice president of the Greater Manassas Baseball League, in which he has been active as a coach and umpire. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Northern Virginia Claims Association and the Osbourn Boosters Club at Osbourn High School.

James H. Payne, 65, of 9101 Sudley Rd., is retired from the National Security Agency, and received its GovernmentCivilian Meritorious Award and U.S. Citizenship Award. He has been on the council since 1959. He is a past president of the Manassas Lions Club and serves on the board of directors of Prince William Hospital and as president of the Prince William Municipal League.

A. Stewart Vetter, 53, of 9027 Longstreet Dr., is the owner of Vetters Home Entertainment Center in Manassas. He is seeking his sixth term on the council. He is president of the Manassas Volunteer Fire Department.

Manassas Park

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Manassas Park Town Hall, 101 Manassas Dr. Call 361-0124, Ext. 22.

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Dorothy B. Bello, 47, of 248 Manassas Dr., is a homemaker. She was appointed to the council in June and is seeking her first full term. She is running as an independent. She is chairman of Manassas Park Pride, a member of the Manassas Park VFW Women's Auxiliary and membership chairman for the Bull Run Republican Women's Club.

Thomas Calomeris, 37, of 140 Manassas Dr., is an electrical contractor. This is his first bid for elected office; he is a Republican candidate. He is a member of the Manassas Park High School Boosters Club, the Manassas Park Industrial Development Authority and the Manassas Park Vocational Education Advisory Board.

Frances T. Embrey, 228 Cabbel Dr., is community education officer of the Bull Run Alcohol Safety Action Program. She was appointed to the council in December 1981 to fill an unexpired term. From 1977 to 1980 she filled another unexpired term and ran unsuccessfully for the council in 1980. She is the new president of the Manassas Park Women's Club and past chairman of the Democratic Committee for Manassas Park. She is running as an independent.

R.S. (Griff) Griffith, 32, of 103 Adams St., is deputy sheriff in Prince William County. This is the first time he has run for council. He is running as a Republican.

Sally I. Ice, 42, of 109 Alpine St., is a homemaker. This is her first council race. She is running as a Republican.

F.R. (Frank) Jessee, 49, of 139 Old Centerville Rd., is a teacher at Manassas Park High School. This is his first bid for office and he is running as an independent. He is a member of the high school's booster club and a member of Manassas Park Post 1811 of the VFW.

James F. (Frank) Murphy, 46, of 173 Lambert Dr., is an industrial painter for the federal government. He served on the council from 1976 to 1978, when he was appointed mayor. He was mayor until 1980 and was defeated in the 1980 mayoral election. He is running as an independent.

Middleburg

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Town Office, 10 W. Marshall St. Call 687-6233.

Mayor

Loyal D. McMillin, 70, of P.O. Box 864, is a retired Boy Scout executive. He is seeking his second term as mayor. He is a member of the Piedmont Environmental Council and serves on the Boy Scout Council for the Blue Ridge District.

Council

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Betty S. Kirk, 47, of P.O. Box 143, is a secretary. She was appointed to the council 1 1/2 years ago and is seeking her first full term. She has served on the Middleburg Planning Commission.

Trowbridge Littleton, 38, of P.O. Box 891, owns and operates Melmore Enterprises, a Middleburg land development company. He has been on the council for 10 years.

Charles R. Turner, 70, of 111 E. Washington St., is retired from construction masonry work. He has been on the council since 1968. He is chairman of the Democratic Committee in the Mercer District and is a member of the Virginia Black Caucus and the National Black Caucus.

Occoquan

Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Occoquan Town Hall, 314 Mill St. Call 368-9171.

Mayor

Donald C. Lynn, 49, of 407 Union St., is a self-employed electrician. He has been mayor two years and a member of the council 10 years.

Council

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H.G. (Kicker) Bauserman III, 32, of 209 W. Locust St., is a policeman in Fairfax County. He has been on the council two years and is seeking his second term. He is a member of Historic Occoquan.

Hazel W. Dawson, 50, of 208 Commerce St., is a homemaker. She also owns a 28-unit motel in Cape Hatteras, N.C. This is her first council race.

Doris M. Green, of 204 Center Lane, could not be reached.

Ronald W. Houghton, 42, of 114 Washington St., is a builder. This is his first council race. He is a Boy Scout leader.

Andrew C. Lynn, 30, of 105 Poplar Lane, is the owner of the Lynn Co., a retail sporting goods firm. He was appointed to the council in the early 1970s and served about one year. This is his first council campaign.

Michael Mooney, 44, of 304 Commerce St., is a printer at Fort Belvoir. He served several terms on the council in the 1960s. He is president of the Woodbridge Kiwanis Club.

E. Lorraine Musselman, 52, of 312 Commerce St., is personnel director and office manager of T.C. Murphy Distribution Center in Fredericksburg. She has been on the council four years. She is chairman of the Second Annual Occoquan Days festival.

Willis V.B. Schoonmaker, 79, of 202 Commerce St., owns and manages Schoonmaker's Sandwich and Snack Shop in Occoquan. He is running for council for the second time, after being defeated in the last election. He is a member of the VFW and Crescent Lodge No. 33 of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

John A. Whittle, 26, of 310-B Commerce St., owns Pendragon Ltd., a retail china and gift shop in Occoquan, and is an administrative assistant for the Department of Defense at Fort Belvoir. This is his first council race. He is a member of the Occoquan Merchants Association.

Purcellville

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Purcellville Fire Department, 200 N. Maple Ave. Call 777-0380.

Mayor

Ronald M. Masters, 48, of 920 Country Club Dr., is a mechanical engineer at Fairchild Industries in Germantown, Md. He has been on the council six years. He has been chairman of the planning commission eight years and is a member of the Loudoun County Social Services Board, the Loudoun County School Construction Advisory Board and the Purcellville Group Home Advisory Board. He also is a past director of the Blue Ridge Speech and Hearing Center.

Council

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Thomas J. Hatcher, 82, of 311 Main St., is a plumbing and heating contractor. He has been a member of the council since 1955. He also is a member of the Purcellville Lions Club.

Walter E. Kemp Jr., 66, of P.O. Box 35, is an electrical contractor and retailer. He served on the council for two years in the mid-1960s. He is a member of the Planning Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals. He also is a member of the Lions Club.

Wade H. Palmer, 66, of 320 S. Maple Ave., is retired. He has been on the council four years. He is a member of the Volunteer Fire Department.

Currell M. Piggott Jr., 35, of 600 W. Country Club Dr., is in the antique restoration business. This is his first council race.

Basham Simms, 57, of P.O. Box 565, is a bricklayer foreman. He has been on the council 14 years. He is a member of the American Legion.

Roger G. Wright, 41, of P.O. Box 18, Paeonian Springs, is chief communications officer for the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Service. This is his first council race.

Quantico

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Quantico Town Hall, 405 Broadway. Call 368-9171.

Mayor

Lively C. Abel, 57, of 209 Fifth Ave., is retired from the Quantico Marine Base Post Office, where he was manager. He previously ran for mayor and lost by one vote.

Council

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Percy A. Brown Jr., 37, of 208 Broadway, is a food stamp worker for the Prince William County Department of Social Services. He was on the council from 1971 to 1980, when he did not seek reelection. He is a past president of the Prince William County Municipal League. He also is chairman of the Town Cleanup Day and has been active in the town's Arts and Crafts Show.

Edwin Cusack, of 404 Broadway, could not be reached.

James W. Davidson, 21, of 322 Third Ave., recently graduated from Northern Virginia Community College. He is working at Liming's Department Store in Quantico, which is owned by his family. This is his first council race.

Paul A. Loth Jr., 40, of 219 Potomac Ave., is a system analyst for the Viguerie Co. in Falls Church. This is his first council race.

Angelena Pandazides, of 221 Third Ave., is in the real estate business. She has been on the council about 15 years and has served as mayor and vice mayor. She is a past director of the Dumfries-Woodbridge Chamber of Commerce and the Manassas Chapter of the American Red Cross. She is a member of the Democratic Committee of Prince William County and a former member of the Prince William Zoning Board.

Ben Purvis, 59, of 212 Fourth Ave., is retired from the Postal Service. He has been on the council about 20 years.

Mitchel P. Raftelis, 59, of 240 Third Ave., is a self-employed accountant. He has been on the council since 1967. He is a member of the Quantico Planning Commission and is a former treasurer and clerk of Quantico.

Herbert J. Saunders, 67, of 211 Fourth Ave., is a retired public school administrator. An incumbent, he has served two terms oncouncil, the first from 1973 to 1976. He is a member of the Quantico Lions Club.

Round Hill

Voting hours are 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department, Route 719. Call 777-0380.

Mayor

Jeffrey H. Wolford, 40, of P.O. Box 99, is a self-employed land surveyor. He has been mayor four years and is seeking his third term. He is a member of the Purcellville Optimists Club, the Round Hill Elementary School PTA and the Loudoun Valley High School Booster Club.

Council

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Elizabeth K. Entwisle, 59, of Rte. 1, is a retired technical illustrator. She has been on the council about 10 years, and served one term as mayor in the early 1970s.

Ben F. Fordney, 51, of P.O. Box 14, is a retired government employe. He served on the council in 1979-80. He is a member of the Round Hill Regional Planning Council.

Robert H. Gardner, 34, of P.O. Box 167, is a film producer for the United Way of America, which is based in Alexandria. He has been on the council two years.

Donald F. Smith, 40, of Rte. 1, Box 162, is an engineer for the Department of the Interior. This is his first council race. He has been a Cub Scout leader and is currently institutional representative for the Boy Scouts in Round Hill. He also is a soccer and baseball coach in local recreation leagues.

Vienna

Polls are open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Vienna Community Center, 120 Cherry St. SE. Call 938-8000. For election results, call the Vienna Newsline, 938-4499.

Mayor

Charles A. Robinson Jr., 61, of 124 Courthouse Rd. SW, is deputy general manager of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. He has been on the council since 1962 and has served as mayor since 1976. A 32-year resident of Vienna, he is second vice president of the Virginia Municipal League.

Council

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E. Ross Buckley, 60, of 108 St. Andrews Dr. NE, is an attorney for the Justice Department. He has been on the council since 1976. He also has served on the Economic Advisory Commission, the Bicentennial Commission and the Charter and Legislative Review Commission.

George E. Lovelace, 45, of 425 West St. NW, is an engineer for Computer Sciences Corp. He is a member of the Fairfax County Planning Commission and past chairman of the Vienna Planning Commission. He previously served on the Vienna Charter Review Committee and the I-66/50 Task Force and is past president of the Malcolm-Windover Civic Association.

Vincent J. Olson, 50, of 603 Valley Dr. SE, is a distributor for The Washington Post. He has been on the council since 1976 and previously served on the Vienna Planning Commission.

Robert W. Robinson, 41, of 105 Wilmar Place NW, is a funeral director for Money & King Funeral Home. He is seeking his second term on the council. He is a board member and past vice president of the Vienna Volunteer Fire Department and served on the Mayor's Advisory Committee from 1978 to 1980.