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Syracuse Herald Journal (Newspaper) - May 5, 1990, Syracuse, New YorkSunday is the 136th commencement at Syracuse University. A list of us and College of environmental science and saturday Herald journal no. 34.003 May Carl j. Photographer Robert Tappan walks with his Anne after he was sentenced to a Fine and 400 hours of Community service for temporarily crippling a computer network. Metro edition 1990 the Herald company 30 cents computer Hacker s Day in court ends with a smile As he avoids prison on by Matthew Spina staff writer the Fine is probably the stiffest part of computer Hacker Robert Morris sentence. His parents won t help him pay it. Will pay All of the As he will All of his Legal said his Anne Morris of my Bottom line he is she was in Syracuse on Friday and gave her 24-year-old son a big hug after hearing Morris sentence. Federal judge Howard Munson told Morris he won t be going to a Federal prison for crippling a National computer network in november 1988. Before Morris was facing the possibility of five years in prison and a Fine. He stood stiffly As he listened to Munson s Gravelly Page a13 kicks fix mean Green it s the Nasty season in the Aba and Boston and new York head for a sunday showdown. Coming sunday a most taxing part of year for Many area property it s time to complain about assessments. I the Herald american Good evening some Sun an evening then partly Low about 40 tonight. A mix of Sun and High about 60 sunday. A2. Today s features lottery.a2 obituaries a4 on a14 b1 classified b4 comics.a11 editorials a5 graduation a6 Husat Day a16 he sports .b12 sports television a10 theater. A12 Ziggy 6 St. Regis mourners Pray for peace by Jacqueline Arnold staff writer St. Regis Indian Reserva Tion mourners at the funeral of Mathew Pyke Friday Sang peace a and pleaded with their creator for a solution to the Vio Lence which has wracked this North country reservation for More than two months. After allowing journalists and out siders to attend the ceremonies at St. Regis Catholic . And Canadian police once again closed off the reservation. Police established a blockade tuesday after Pyke became the first fatality in an ongoing dispute Over gambling and leadership on the 12-Square-mile Reserve. One of two mohawks killed in separate shooting incidents was buried near the St. Regis where he had spent much of his childhood. Are stunned paralysed with the realization. Does it really have to be this asked the Rev. Thomas f. Addressing about 400 friends and relatives at the Church Friday afternoon. Funeral directors also began pre paring Friday for the monday morn ing funeral of Harold the second Mohawk found shot to death tuesday on the Reserva Tion. Services for Edwards also Wili be held at the so Regis Catholic which sits on the Bank of the St. Lawrence River on the Canadian Side of the reservation. The two deaths Are being investigated by . And Canadian author but no arrests had been made As of this morning. Royal Canadian mounted police and members of the Quebec peace Force searched the cars of mourn ers As they approached the Village. New York state police wearing bul b Page a13 a Mourner carries a photograph of Mathew Pyke during Pyke s funeral pro cession Friday. Was one of two Jon photographer Mohawk indians who were slain during bit Ter fighting on the St. Regis reservation earlier this week. A wooden Cross stands at the site where Pyke was buried. Police report quiet night by Dong Schneider staff writer St. Regis Indian reservation the Reserva Tion remained Calm As Mohawk indians mourned the death of one of their own Friday and pre pared to Bury another. But authorities closed off this violence torn reservation again after allowing outsiders to attend the funeral Friday afternoon of Mathew John the first casualty in an ongoing feud Over Casino gambling and leadership. Was a quiet a new York state trooper said this morning As Dawn was breaking in the Gray skies above the 28.000-acre territory that straddles the . Canadian Border. As far As i in the Village of so on the Canadian Side of the things also were so Regis police said. State police at Massena said they had not been expect Page a13 rebel . Cancels off base leaves in Philippines the associated press Philippines a suspected communist guerrilla fatally shot a . Marine near an Ameri can run officials said today. The slaying prompted cancellation of off base leave for All . Military personnel in the country. The Friday night attack occurred near Subic naval base. The slaying came after authorities said they had evidence communist guerrillas planned to kill americans before talks begin this month on extending the base s lease. The incident took place in the Liberty town of Olon Gapo near the about 50 Miles West of said la cmdr. Kevin spokesman for the Subic facility. He refused to identify the victim pending notification of next of Kin. But a police patrolman Romeo de identified the victim As gunnery sgt. John s. 34. Officials said he was on temporary duty while his Squadron from Al was undergoing training at Subic. Page a2 land mix urged for Adirondacks by Janis Barth staff writer the Adirondack Park must become a place where the Call of the Loon coexists with the Buzz of the Chain saw if it is to survive unprecedented pressure to develop wilderness a state com Mission will report tuesday. Land use controls once seen As daring and Strin gent have been unable to prevent Pristine mountainsides and lakefront from being carved into mini wilderness retreats for the the commission on the Adirondacks in the 21st Cen Tury will report environmental policies and Laws once heralded As being on the cutting Edge of wilderness preservation now seem the commission has concluded. Before unbridled construction turns the Park into islands of Woodland surrounded by strip malls and the commission said the state should impose a one year moratorium on development and subdivision in the most environmentally frag Ile areas of the Park and along shorelines and acquire hundreds of thousands of acres of still untouched wilderness. Gov. Mario Cuomo cited increasing property development and land speculation last year when he appointed the statewide panel to map the pagea2 de very Call 470-0050

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