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B8 Star-Tribcne. Casper, Wyo Wednesday, Sept 17. 1986 jurovich resigns JP post in Thermopolis THERMOPOLIS (AP)-Ronald Jurovich, the Hot Springs County justice of the peace since 1977, has resigned from his position because he is running for election to the Wyoming House of Representatives. Jurovich said a judicial ethic holds that a judge may not remain on the bench while seeking election to a non-judicial office, although the ethic may provide some leeway in the case of a justice of the peace. "I thought it would be better to err on the side of the ethic," he said. "1 think it's time to do other things. 1 really do want to represent the county." Beware of economic cons, Karpan warns LARAMIE Democratic candidate for secretary of state Kaihy Karpan warned at a recent news conference that the state should not rush blindly into the economic development arena. She said she is leery of direct government loans to the private sector. "We must be very careful in scrutinizing such proposals because of our responsibility to the taxpayers to make sure their resources are wisely spent," Karpan said. Karpan,' 44, said government should merely provide incentives and supplement the efforts of the private sector in stimulating economic ventures. Democrats field full slate in Fremont LANDER Fremont County Democrats will chose from a full ticket of candidates in November for the five seats in the Wyoming House of Representatives. Four write-in candidates who have paid the required fees with the Wyoming secretary of state are eligible to challenge incumbent Democrat Scott Ratliff and four incumbent Republicans. The write-ins are Will Murphy, Lander; Eli Bebout, Riverton; Jim Rutter, Pavillion; and Steve Gyorvary, Atlantic City. Ratliff had been the only Democratic candidate on the primary ballot for the House. Republicans on the ballot include incumbents Bob Baker, Mary Odde, Harry Tipton and Dennis Tippets, along with Richard Emond, who is running for the office for the first time. Cheney tells voters to look at record RIVERTON (AP) U.S. Rep. Dick Cheney believes that if the voters examine his congressional record, they'll elect him to his fifth term as Wyoming's lone delegate to the House of Representatives. Cheney is being challenged by Democrat Rick Gilmore in the Nov. 4 general election. Gilmore's campaign to date, including his primary campaign, has consisted primarily of attacks on Cheney's record. Cheney, though, said he is proud of his voting record and believes that it has helped Wyoming. Gilmore has charged that Cheney failed to uphold a 1984 campaign promise that, if re-elected, he would help lead Wyoming to better times. Cheney denies making such a promise. "I don't remember promising anybody prosperity," he told Riverton radio station KVOW. "My basic philosophy is the less government the better. I don't know if you can blame government for prosperity or non-prosperity." Gilmore chastises Cheney for stance CHEYENNE - The Democratic contender for a seat in the U.S. House says incumbent Congressman Dick Cheney has supported ideological positions to the detriment of Wyoming residents. Rick Gilmore says Cheney's position as chairman of the Republican Policy Committee in the House has made him a cheerleader for the minority view. "It is impossible for Cheney to be an effective advocate for Wyoming when he has alienated most of the House members, and cannot win votes across party lines," Gilmore said. "Now, even if he tried to help Wyoming, he could not get a bill passed." Gilmore said import fees and trade policies would greatly benefit Wyoming, but Cheney dismisses them on ideological grounds. Gilmore was also critical of Cheney accepting campaign contributions from groups who do not provide jobs for Wyoming and do not invest money in the state. Gilmore said he will not accept donations from such "corporate high-rollers." Abuse, abortion, pornography tackled by NOW members during Riverton conference RIVERTON (AP) - Resolutions on abuse, abortion, gay and lesbian rights, and pornography were adopted by Wyoming National Organization for Women members during a recent conference in Riverlon. The resolutions call for the mandatory arrests of people who abuse women and education of NOW members on abortion availability in Wyoming. NOW's resolution on mandatory arrest of abusers supports state legislation requiring that people accused of such offenses be arrested when police investigate beatings of women. It gives police the right to press charges, rather than have the abused individual sign a complaint, said Lisa Brabo, a NOW member and stale manager for the Coalition on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. NOW members did not agree on a timetable for introduction of legislation. While debating the resolution, some NOW members asked that legislation be introduc ed during the 1987 general session, but Brabo warned more preparation is needed before it can be considered. The abortion resolution calls for educating people on the subject through personal stories of women who have searched for abortion services. "You want to have the services so you can make the choice," said Debbie East of Lander. She said an abortion in Lander costs $700, and abortions are not performed in Riverton. "We arc about to lose this right," Priscilla Morec of Laramie said. "I really believe the Supreme Court is going to dump this right back at the slate level." l-rancine Berkey of Lander said women seem to be apathetic on QQSE EOS P3" MM "SI For Fine Dining 473-8838 abortion. "I think what we fight is women saying, 'That's no big deal,' " she said. On the resolution regarding gay and lesbian rights, NOW will take an active stance to support those rights because Wyoming does not guarantee a safe place for such activity. The pornography resolution calls for educating NOW members on obscenity and pornography. "I know the pornography issue is an emotional issue," Moree said. "If we do not take a stand on this issue we will lose it because the right wing already has (taken a position). I don't want to tell you what your definition of pornography is," she said, adding people should decide for themselves. 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