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Page 4 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., October 31,1990 6 vie for 3 Supreme Court justice positions I if I ■( i, f:: •MW • » .V ^ 1 'V ' '-i • V ' r- Six candidates will vie for three seats as justice of the Supreme Court in the Seventh Judicial Dis­ trict, which includes Yates County. Running on the Democratic party line are Elizabeth Pine, who is also running on the Conserva­ tive ticket; Stephen Aronson, and Donald Lamutds. Seeking the position on the Republican party line are David Brind, Edmund Calvaruso, and Thomas Stander. Calvarusd and Stander also are both running on the Conservative line. Elizabeth Pine Judge Elizabeth Pine, an in- cubment Supreme Court justice, has served the Seventh District with distinction since 1977. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Judge Kne, of Rochester, spent 10 years in private legal practice. Pine first became a judge in 1974, after she was elected to serve on the Monroe County the Otetiana Council of the Boy Family Court. As a trial judge on Scouts, the Rochester Rotary the Supreme Court, she has Club, and other civic and presided over cases throughout charitable groups, the district, as well as Manhattan Stephen Aronson and the Bronx. She spent two Judge Stephen Aronson of years presiding over violent-felony Canandaigua, was bom and cases. raised in Seneca Falls, and points She was first elected to the out that he is “not just another Supreme Court from the district judge from the big city.” in 1976 and was appointed to the Aronson has 10 years ex- Appellate Division in 1985. perience as city court judge in Judge Pine points out that she Canandaigua, 15 years experience is the “only candidate with a with Supreme Court cases as a strong background presiding over trial attorney, and is active in violent felony trials; the only can- community affairs, didate with experience as a Noting that he is “from a small Family Court judge; and the only community like yours,” Judge candidate appointed by the gover- Aronson has been cited as being nor to the Supreme Court’s pres- “firm, yet compassionate, a tigious Appellate Division — the quality which should be regarded highest court in Western New as an asset in a judge whose York.” Supreme Court caseload Pine is an active member of the predominately would involve Seventh District community, serv- divorce and other family ing in leadership positions with problems.” Donald Lamutis Bom in Geneva and now resid­ ing in Pittsford, Donald Lamutis has more than 10 years ex­ perience as an attorney for the Supreme Court and as a confiden­ tial law clerk and judicial counsel to Supreme Court Jusice Arthur Curran. As a Supreme Court attorney, Lamutis has assisted in the dis­ position of thousands of Supreme Court cases by doing legal research on complex issues, reviewing motions and helping draft Supreme Court decisions. An official Supreme Court matrimonial referee, Lamutis has presided over hundreds of matrimonial cases. Pointing to his experience, Lamutis notes that “At the Supreme Court level, experience is essential,” and that “a newly elected justice should not be ‘trained on the job’.” Lamutis earned his doctor of Delaware Law School of Widened* jurisprudence cum laude, and was University. He has served as a’ a law school professor at Continued on p ^ e 7 fCHRISTMAS BAZAARS 1 DRESDEN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Sat., Nov. 10,1990 • 10 am - 3 pm Bake Sale Luncheon 2 seek councilm an post By BOB GILFILLAN JERUSALEM — Voters in the Ibwn of Jerusalem will decide between GOP incumbent Steve Hulse and Democratic challenger Barbara Steinwachs for the un­ expired term created by the April resignation of Councilman Ron Nissen. Hulse was appointed by the ThwH Board to fill the vacancy in June. The unexpired term has three years to run. Barbara Steinwachs, 52, 1128 East Bluff Drive, Penn Yan, believes that cooperation is the key in solving many of the problems confronting the Ibwn of Jerusalem. As she stated, “I feel that you need to bring people from conflict­ ing interest groups together and work towards reaching coopera­ tive agreements between those groups. “You need to find common ground,” she went on to add, “between the various groups; lis­ ten to what they have to say; and try to work out the best solution.” Steinwachs also cites her ex- . perience as the volunteer director j of the Tbwn of Jerusalem summer j recreation program for the past ! four years as a prime example of j having people work in cooperation ! with each other. I As she noted, “We’ve received ; excellent support from the com- j munity as a whole for the summer * recreation program and I feel that | this has been a tremendous ' benefit for the young people.” j 'This year, Steinwachs reported, ' the Town of Jerusalem summer t recreation program served 227 ; young people at a cost to the Tifawn | of less than $2000. ^ “This program,” she common- ! ted, “I feel, shows how well people i from different interest groups can | work with each other towards a « common goal.\ | Aresident ofYates County since j 1983, Steinwachs serves on the I Yates County Youth Board and is j a member of both the Penn Yan | Area Chamber of Commerce and | the Yates County Democratic | Committee. ji Prior to moving to Yates County, | Steinwachs was a teacher in i Rochester. She is currently a * trainer and consultant specializ- j| ing in adult participative educa- * tion. I Among her recent clients in- ? elude; the American Red Cross jj Disaster Services; the United r Way; Youth for Understanding; | the U.S. Foreign Service Institute; ( Keuka. College; the Westport, CT, | Planning and Zoning Commission; 1 and several church organizations. | In addition, Steinwachs is a ^ former director of continuing j education at the University of ? Michigan and management I trainer for the federal govern- | ment. | She also serves on the board of ? the North American Simulation | and Gaming Association. | In speaking of the Ibwn of I Jerusalem, Steinwachs remarked, ? “It’s such a beautiful place to live I and there are so many strengths i in the community. I Keuka Furniture Stripping Qualify Refinishing & Repairs • Doors • Shutters • Porch Railings ■» Moulding • Metal Objects • Wicker • Furniture I Hand i Tank Stripping I \Spray .Painting Available We c a n help with all your refinishi.ng needs, \Don't replace il...Rc^msh it!\ Call in o d v a n c e 315-536-0489 137 Benhom St., Penn Yan “It’s important that we recog­ nize those strengths,” she added, “and use them to help solve our problems.” Steinwachs is married to Art Bechhoefer. She has two step­ children, aged 28 and 23. Steve Hulse, 43, East Valley Road, Branchport, believes that zoning and planning concerns are among the important issues facing the Ibwn of Jerusalem. “Pve been working directly with Butch Comstock ('Ibwn of Jerusalem assessor),” he stated, “to try to help revise and update our zoning regulations. “And,” Husle continued, “we’re tiying to have things in place for the re-evaluation (of property) in 1992. “It’s very important that we do a good job with the re-evaluation,” he stated. In addition, Hulse also stressed the importance of upgrading the present water and sewer systems for the town. “We’re working to rewrite the grant (for monies to improve the current water and sewer systems) proposal to have a better chance of getting it approved,” he stated. “We have a better idea of which things to add and which things they’re looldng at; so hopefully it will go through. “This (the sewer) affects the fu­ ture of the whole township,” he noted, “as well as tourism, fishing, and the general cleanliness of the area; so it’s important that we do everything that we can to make sure that it’s in the best (operat­ ing) condition possible.” Hulse, a lifelong resident of Yates County, has been employed with the St. Johnsbury 'IVucldng Company of Rocheser as a driver for the past six years. lYeviously, he was employed for fifteen y6ars with Penn Yan Express. Hulse was appointed to the Jerusalem \Ibwo Board in June. He also served on the Jerusalem Planning Board from 1983-1987. In speaking of the 'Ibwn of Jerusalem, Hulse stated, “There are lots of things that we (the Board) need to concentrate on, such as zoning and planning, to see that we do the best job for community.” Hulse and his wife Lynn have three children, Jeff, Mark, and Mathew. 2 - P i e c e P R O P A N E T O R C H K IT S u p J L $799 L a s t / BRflNCMPORT M6RDWRRE On the Four Corners, Branchport 595-6622 Daily 8-6; Sat. 8-5; Sun. 9-12 536-2613 107 Elm Street Penn Yan, New York OPEN H IES. - SAT. Professional Catering Prepjared with the Homemade Touch Mary's Catering All OoraBion Catering from email birthday parties to gredialicoe. shovere and a RiS veddng nsnu Call Mary a t <315) 595-2641 T0Sf Before You Invest! Rent a Culligan Automatic Water Conditioner or Drinking Water Unit. Also Available—Saltless Water Conditioners Call 1 - 800 - 724-5050 (Limited Offer) mcamNMM!: WE OPPOSE YATES COUNTY OTB! We, the undersigned, oppose Yates County membership in OTB and the establishment of an Off Track Betting Parlor in Yates County. Mary Ann O g l e s b y K r i s t i n e Brown Mary J . S i s s o n M i c h e l l e Reep H a r o l d W i l l i a m s J a n e t C. S i s s o n C a t h l e e n S o c o l a D o r i s E . B o r d e n N e i l L. C o m t o i s S r . L e w i s Hammond S h a r o n U p d i k e K e n n e t h L. S i s s o n T , O p a l S m i t h S a n d r a D. H a r r i s K a r e n S . S e x t o n R u t h C l a r k Donna C. Bay C h o l e n a E a t o n P r a n c e s M. Swanson C a r o l y n W a r r e n B a r b a r a M. P i n c k n e y R o b e r t G. F u l l a g a r L o i s R. K l a p p S u s a n G i b s o n C a r o l A. J o h n s o n L i l l i a n C h a p i n Jero m e L e r c h R o b e r t R u s b u l d t Nancy C a l l i p e a u R u t h E. H a l l B a r t A. J e n s e n B a r b a r a D i a z L o u i s e R o b e r t s R a l p h C. P r i c e P a u l i n e S h u g a r A p r i l S u t h e r l a n d C a r o l y n L. S c o t c h n e r J e f f r e y P . G i l l e t t e , Wanda llo w e l l P e t e r C. A g l i a t a D o r i s s a B o o s e r E d i t h C a l v i n E v e l y n B. K i n n e r W i l b u r Comstoc'k A c h l l l e D. Bruggeman D o r i s S t a p l e s D o u g l a s P a s s a g e Suzanne R . G o o d r i c h D o n a l d M, C l a r k e B e v e r l y F . P i n c k n e y L i n d a J a c k s o n F a i t h B e n e d i c t W i l l i a m C. C r a i n S u e l l y n N e l s o n J e a n B i s h o p V i n c e n t e D ' i n g l a n n i M. E l e a n o r C o o p e r M a r y - I l o w e l l R. M a r t e n s R o b e r t R. S c h o o n o v e r Wanda K. S c h l n p p i Thomas Gauss A l a n S k u t c C i n d y K a m h o l t z D o r o t h y J a n t z e n W e n d e l l C u r t i s C a l l i e Drake Edward S n y d e r D a n i e l W. O g l e s b y F r a n c e s C l i n g e r m a n K e n n e t h C. S i s s o n R o b e r t K e e p , S r . Mary Ann M u c h l e r C y n t h i a L. G e e r t s o n C u r t i s A. Hoose D.A. R o b i n s o n . S r . J u l i e A. C o m t o i s S a l l y H u l s e L o r e t a J . B i c k e l S h i r l e y Muench J o h n W. S m i t h S c o t t J o h n K a r r i s R i c h a r d D. Finew o o d L e i g h C l a r k G e r a l d M. Bay K e n n e t h P . E a t o n Jam e s E. W i l l s o n I r a S h e r d e l S m i t h S c a r l e t t E . S t e v e n s E l e a n o r . R . L e r c h C a r l R. K l a p p J e r r i e S h e p a r d Matney C l a r e n c e P a r n e l e e , J r . A. E l i z a b e t h S w i t z e r M a r c i a E. L e r c h Amy Moore G l e n n C a l l i p e a u B r e n d a J e n s e n J o h n F . W a r r e n K a t h l e e n A. L a B a r r Agnes T r a v i s R a l p h S i g a n o w i c h B a r b a r a L a B a r r Tam e l a A. P u l v e r P h y l l i s P e r r y R o b e r t S . S h u g a r L o i s A g l i a t a Norma Wigden E v e l y n R u s b u l d t M a r t h a R o b e r t s o n M a r j o r i e A y e r s ' M a r g a r e t Com s t o c k L u e l l a C. P a s s a g e D o r o t h y DeLooza J e n n i e C. B u r l i n g L a u r i e G i l l e t t e Edward S . B u r t C a r o l C r a i n I d e l l e D e t w i l e r D e x t e r B e n e d i c t Sue Logan V i r g i n i a B. E a v e s P h y l l i s A l d e r m a n Neena Hansen C h a r l e s W. C o o p e r R u t h E. G i l e s H e l e n A l e x a n d e r S c o t t C u r t i s J e a n n e t t e S k u t t J u a n i t a Condon G e r a l d K n a p t o n Audrey K n a p t o n D o r o t h y C u r t i s B e r n a r d L. Thompson C h r i s N i e l s e n L a w r e n c e E . Brown P a u l C l i n g e r m a n R o b e r t B. R e e p , J r . M a d e l i n e R e e p S a l l y R i b b l e W. D a v i d G e e r t s o n H a z e l L . Moose Edw a r d E. P e c k E l i z a b e t h Hammond Lena Hammond R u t h H o l l i s t e r W a l t e r G . A . Muench D o n a l d H a r r i s W a l t e r A. S e x t o n S h e i l a A. Finew o o d Don Simmons Munro H. S h e r r i l l Norma T a u b e r t Brown D a v i d R e e v e D a r l e n e P r i o e t t i R o b e r t D. Canham S a l l y E. O v e n s h i r e F r e d L. Hall. D a n i e l E. J o h n s o n D o r o t h y P a r m e l e e V. C l a r k S w i t z e r F l o r a J o h n s o n D a n i e l B. Moore R. W e n d e l l H a l l Cameron S u t h e r l a n d D a v i d R . L a B a r r D o r o t h y L . N a s e l b a s H e l e n M. P r i c e F r e d .Shugar H e l e n S m i t h C o n s t a n c e A. Thompson J u a n i t a D o m b r o s k i Anna K. F o r g i o n e R o g e r Thompson S h i r l e y W a r r e n E l s i e H. Pond E v e l y n E . Em e r s o n G l o r i a S a n d s Ruby M. Bruggeman H a z e l E v e l a n d R o b e r t DeLooza R o b e r t E . G i l l e s p i e C a r o l H. C l a r k e A l a n I . Doan D i a n e E . B u r t Nancy B u r t C a r o l y n S . J o h n s o n W a r r e n H. G i l e s E l e a n o r J . S c h o o n o v e r Em e r s o n A. E v a n s D o r o t h y B e r k e s K l a s s M a r t e n s , J r . Robyn B a l l a r d C h a r l e s S c h l a p p i L e n n e t t c G a u s s J a n i c e F u l l w o o d B e t t y Carman C o r a b e l l e T h o r p e D o r o t h y E. T e a r s L y e l l ' K . D r a k e L o r e t t a F r a n k H a r o l d B. J e n s e n P h y l l i s K. H e n d e r s o n Vadum C h r i s t e n s e n G e o r g e C h r i s t e n s e n , K e n n e t h S w a r t w o o d D i c k R a u s c h e r C l a r a b e l l e D. S c o t t Wendy K. O l n e y D o n a l d A'. S c h n e i d e r J o n a t h a n E . S p i n k M a r e t t a S n e l l I r e n e M a r u s a r z B e t t y W r i g h t Roy K i l t o n L a u r a L . S w i t z e r D a v i d F r a r e y Howard S o p e r E s t h e r Young J e f f r e y A. W e s t f a l l S u z a n n e K. Semans R u s s e l l D. S c h e e l L u c i a W h e e l e r Thomas H u n d e r C h a r l e s M. G a r v e y Andrew C. R i c e M a r g a r e t C l e m e n t M a r i l y n M o r a v e c E n g e l k e H. H e g g i e D e l o r e s D e n n i s M i l d r e d H. Long C l a i r e N. J o n e s A l a n W. N e s t e r B i l l D e c k e r B a r b a r a L e r c h C h a r l e s R. Marks Thomas A. G i b s o n D i a n a U, S c h n e i d e r B o n n i e O s b o r n e Ruby R i b b l e M y r t l e E l w e l l M a b e l S e a g e r Ray C. New Royce L e w i s Anna W r i g h t Sue McElwee D o r i s M. D i n e h a r t L o i s D a i l e y Eugene C h a r l a n d Mary Lou C h a r l a n d D o r o t h y H i l t o n A r l e n e S a n t e e D a v i d O p p e n h e i m e r J o n a t h a n L u c a s Kathy O r r Karen R. B r a d t L o i s A. M a l o n e A l i c e P . J a r e c k e S a n d r a S . H a y n e r P h i l M e i n n i s , J r . M i c h e l l e L . M i l l e r J e r a l d W o h l s c h l e g e l Waive W a r r e n F l o D a v i s Audrey F . S m i t h D o r t h a O l s e n B e u l a h J e n s e n C a r l S c h a d t R e b e c c a L. V a u g h a n B a r b a r a E . P i n n e o R o b e r t J . S m i t h R u t h E. M a c I n t y r e K r i s t i n B a i l e y D a v i d G a r d n e r H a r o l d W. S c o t t Raymond W. S m i t h R o b e r t a S . S t i l l m a n Bob C r i z e n k o J e n n i f e r L. M a r u s a r z A l i c e S h e l f o r d S a l l y M a l l o y B e t t y K i l t o n B r i a n L . (ju a c k e n b u s h M a x i n e H o p k i n s I r e n e S o p e r J o h n H. S o p e r W a l t e r H. W e s t f a l l R o g e r H. W r i g h t P h y l l i s B. S m i t h B e t t y H. S c h e e l W i l l i a m A l l e r t o n K a t h r y n K i n g s l e y C a r o l e Mack D o r o t h y Youngs K a t h l e e n M. Lombert R o b e r t S , H e g g i e E l a i n e I . R i c e J a m e s S . L o n g , S r . M a r i o n Morrow Boyd VanDyke E l e a n o r J . .Stempien M a r i e S m i t h D o r i s S u t t o n R o b e r t C. B e n n e t t Ann G l a z i e r L o u i s e P a y n e D o r o t h y VanDyke B a r b a r a C i f f o r d H a r r y S e a g e r M a r j o r i e C. R a t c l i f f e E l e a n o r New L e o n a W r i g h t A l l e e n K a l l o c k M a x i n e D. Peek Roy VanHousen L u l u J . G u y l e B a r b a r a W a l t e r s G o r d o n G i l b e r t A l b e r t S a n t e e R i c h a r d Brow L a r i l y n Buckingham Donna J . S t r o n g Dan B r a d t V i r g i e J . Eames M a r i a n E s k i l d s e n F a y e F i n n i g a n Ed M a l o n e A. R o w l e y H a y n e r F r e d e r i c k J . O r r Jam e s H i l t o n L e o l a W i l l i a m s J o a n E. W i r t Raymond W e l k e r G a i l J e n s e n E l e a n o r S . K r e s s E l a i n e S t e f a n i k ■ S h e r i l y n E. S m i t h L o u i s e C h r i s t e n s e n .V i o l a C h r i s t e n s e n M e l i s s a SwarCwood W. G a r r e t t Ju d s o n I r e n e C. Nowok Leon F , S t i l l m a n L a w r e n c e A. Semans K i m b e r l e y Sue Semans H a r r y L . S h e l f o r d P a u l i n e P o t t e r C a r o l Moore P a u l C r i z e n k o J r . S u s a n A. W e s t f a l l N e l s o n Hopkins Mary S o p e r i R o b e r t a Disbrow L e a n d r a D. M a r u s a r z G i l b e r t C. Sm i t h J u d y Depew T r u d y H i e t a n e n B r a d f o r d Hunt L a w r e n c e A. G l a z i e r D o r t h a H. N e s t e r C a t h y M c M i l len W i l l i m e H. Moravec J o a n Reddout P h i l i p B. Sm i t h M a r l e n e H. G u i l d W a l t e r E. Jo n e s R o b e r t S c M e k P a t r i c i a Hanen G r a c e Nussbaumer L o i s A. B e n n e t t L i n d a S n y d e r V i o r e n e S t e r l i n g J e r r y S n y d e r Shawn T e a r s M o n i c a C a r b i n o Mary C. McCann F l o r e n c e B r i g g s K e n n e t h . W r i g h t P h y l l i s P a l l a t t o A r d e e n L. W h it e - C a r y F i t z p a t r i c k C. C l a y t o n Comstock M a r g a r e t C h a r l a n d L a u r i n e Savage P a t r i c i a E. Savage R u t h Brow C a r o l A. H a l l R e b e k a h L u c a s D a v i d J . O r r Lanny H a l l C a r l E s k i l d s e n D o n a l d R. Buckingham J a n e I r w i n M a r t h a H e i n n i s J e a n n e S . O r r J u d i t h A. W o h l s c h l e g e l S a l l y W i l l i a m s Wanda Fox B e a t r i c . e Richmond R u t h D. K a i s e r A s t r i d S o r e n s e n S t a n S t e f a n i k Concerned Citizens-John Tharp

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