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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - March 17, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkSaturday Herald journal vol 114. To 33.972 March 1990 metro Button 1989 the Hera company i 30 cents dancers stepping Lively Carrie Maureen Kissane and Sheila stack Are three dancers from the Edward Murphy school of Irish dance who will compete on the Emerald Isle. Next Virginia us advances in Mcaa tournament past a Pesky Coppin state team. Government to nude take it All off somewhere else the associated press South the Only frolicking the Federal government wants on a nude Beach in Rhode Island is by a Small group of Birds whose existence is considered threatened. The . Fish and wildlife service has decided that the secluded and popular Moonstone Beach will be off limits for nude sunbathers this Slimmer in order to protect the tiny piping Plover. Moonstone has been the Only spot on the 420-mile Rhode Island coast and one of few along the new England Shore where nudists can Sun in the Buff. But Federal officials and environmental groups say that when humans the piping Plover exits. The Bird is listed on the Federal endangered Page a2 the associated press giant posters of East German prime minister Hans and party for democratic socialism chairman Gregor Gysi Are erected. Coalition Likely will Rule East Germany by John Gray Toronto Globe and mail East Berlin East germans will vote sunday in the first totally free election in East Ern Europe for More than half a Century. The result will put an end to the communist Rule that began at the conclusion of the world War ii. At the same whoever the vote will set the stage for the unification of East and West which have been divided since the War. Recent opinion polls indicate that none of the 24 parties and alliances in sunday s contest will emerge with a Clear majority. The result is Likely to be a coalition that will include at least the two most prominent the social democrats and the Christian democratic Union. The chief of an All party watchdog commis Sion has assured voters that the first free elections Are seeking to allay distrust in a country used to communist vote rigging. Most campaigning ended but a few political parties planned final pitches the eve of balloting. Both the spa and the cd have relied heavily on leaders from their sister parties in West Germany to be drawing cards of their campaigns. The Novelty of the Campaign has been the appearances of West German leaders such As Chancellor Helmut foreign minister Hans Dietrich Genscher and former Chancellor Willy Brandt. The popularity of the West germans has left Ibrahim Bohme of the spa and Lothar de Maiziere of the cd in comparative although either May emerge As prime minister sunday night. Along with West German political leaders has come West German political technique and razzmatazz everything from posters and newspapers to soft drinks and Bana Nas. Mood Page a9 i t3cgs charge of murder panamanian prisoner shot during . Invasion new York times news service Washington the army is expected to charge a sol Dier with claiming after an investigation the Soldier shot a panamanian prisoner during the . Invasion of army officials said Friday night. The if would be a blot of the army s handling of the Panama invasion. Until the army has portrayed the invasion As a nearly flawless operation in which care was taken to protect civilians and to capture panamanian soldiers alive. After the invasion dec. The army began 21 formal investigations of violent incidents. An official said that 11 of those investigations concluded charges were warranted. Army confirming a report provided by army which plans to publish it next said the murder allegation involved a senior noncommissioned officer in the 82nd airborne division at fort . According to the army invest the noncommissioned officer was among a group of sol Diers guarding a Roadblock. A car carrying panamanians drove and an occupant report edly threw a grenade at the Ameri cans. The . Soldiers were reported to have fired on the killing some of the panamanians. The other panamanians were taken prisoner. According to accounts of the investigation by senior army the noncommissioned officer allegedly shot one of the prisoners and beat another. Army spokesmen declined to comment on the citing the service s official policy on investigations. It col. Ned v. The spokesman for the 28th airborne corps at fort said no formal charges of any kind had been brought but an army who asked not be said the evidence is sufficient to warrant a court martial. Under army a court martial would be convened at fort Bragg by the commander of the 82nd airborne maj. Gen. James Johnson. About soldiers and marines were involved in the pan Ama invasion. Damp Chance of showers. Low about 45 tonight. Cloudy. Chance of High remaining near 45 sunday. A2. Today s features classified b4 obituaries a4 comics a7 religion a10 editorials a5 sports by he sat Day a12 television a6 lottery a2 theater a8 Ziggy 01ii19640v 24116iii13 Gorbachev gives lithuanians 3-Day ultimatum Toronto Globe and mail Moscow Lithuania has three Days to drop its claim of Independence. Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev told the Republic s government Friday night As the secession crisis deepened. The ultimatum did not specify what Moscow might do if the rebellious Baltic state does not respond by monday. Gorbachev has ruled out the possibility of using Force to keep any Republic from separating. Many lithuanians fear an economic blockade. Lithuanian president vytautas Landsbergis and communist party first Secretary Algirdas Brazauskas went on state television to urge lithuanians to remain Calm and United. Is not a problem that they do not recognize us now. The time will and they will recognize Landsbergis said. The lithuanian nationalist group whose candidates won landslide victories in parliamentary elections three weeks plans demonstrations sunday in the lithuanian to Back the claim of Independence. The lithuanian government also announced plans to set up 37 checkpoints on Borders with neighbouring soviet to prevent taking scarce consumer goods out of Lithuania ast Catao q uflmc1 Storte the world s w Nui diet first recipient of a heart liver returned Home Friday night with a stuffed Bear in Tow. A2 study. 28 1.7 million poor the associated press new York Only 28 doctors provide primary health services for the 1.7 million people who live in the City s poorest a study has found. The report released Friday by the Community ser vice society of new York said the patient to doctor ratio represents a shortage of about too based on the National average of Basic care for americans. The additional 500 doctors would be needed in order for each resident in the nine communities to make 3.6 primary care visits a year the National average. The study found there Are 70i physicians in the surveyed neighbourhoods but discovered Only 28 of them Are available to the majority of residents and Able to offer their patients the minimum elements of Pri Mary care. Nancy f. Director of the ass health told a City Council hearing Friday More doctors Are not the answer. There is an Mckenzie said. Are speaking most urgently about realigning the system of health care in analysing the the report said picture painted Here is frightening. The poor health status of people in Low income communities is exacerbated by the significant shortage of primary care providers in these customer

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